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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 17, 1974
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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I OutI OIL? All opinions respected



when properly presentedOur
address.
Speak-Out: same

"It is indeed a sad SPEAK-OUT EDITORI

situation when the NAS editorial last week on enforcement of uniform

Jacksonville MAA Force is Speak-Out: regulations drew an abundance of comments from our

forced to enforce "Thank you, Captain.Concerning readers.

grooming and uniform the Gas limits

regulations. If the Jacksonville Air News While the MAA Force personnel were understandingof

grooming and uniform editorial (Jan. 10 issue), I imposed againNavy our attempt to pinpoint responsibility for appearanceof

regulations had been agree presenting a neat Exchange gasoline personnel aboard the station, some of our readers

handled at, the division and well-groomed appearance stations in CONUS and expressed a different view.

level where they belong, should be a overseas have been or-
the MAA Force would not matter of pride. However
dered to limit their sales to Two of the strongest opinions were expressed by a
have to enforce them on it would appear that the and master chief officer
10 gallons per customer. lieutenant commander a petty
the station. job the NAS Jax Master- That action,ordered Jan. 9 from the same squadron. We have refrained from
"But because the at-Arms force is doing is a
by the Navy Resale identifying the squadron because we are familiar with
MAA's at NAS accept the necessary evil. Things are System Office, follows their outstanding reputation and excellent record of

responsibility of their getting pretty bad when similar measures undertaken achievements. We do not hold that the opinions expressed -

position, and take great Division Officers, Leading by Army, Air by the two individuals above are those of the
pride in their uniform and Chiefs, and Leading PO's Marine
Force and entire squadron.The .
the naval service, they cannot or will not enforcethe
stations..All in responseto
realize the sloppy appearance existing regulations. urging by the Federal lieutenant commander challenged our right to
of a few can be, Perhaps a long, hard look
Energy Office in address the subject in an editorial, accused us of takingthe
would be) at these irresponsibleleaders
(probably Washington, D.C. side of the uniform regulation violators, and

taken by the great numberof is necessary. Also, Navy Exchange gas demanded editorial space to present his views. Althoughhe
visitors aboard NAS Jax perhaps these minor offense -
station customers will be was denied editorial space,he was invited to expresshis
to be indicative of the chits are being
able to buy only 10 gallonsof views in a letter to the editor. At press time, the
written the
entire on
Navy. wrong gas at any one time, letter had not been received.The .
"Instead of being accused person." Thank you again, unless the necessity of
of 'needless sir.
harassment' the MAA Unidentified MaleI making change for each master chief petty officer took an entirely different -

purchase causes abnormally approach. When the Jax Air News phone was
Force should be com-
mended for doing their long waiting answered, in response to his call, he attempted to
lines to form. In that case, the editor with his knowledge of profanity
that overpower ,
utmost to ensure a Speak-Out:
more accurate picture of "In your editorial the stations can begin obscenity, and abusive language, drawn from his vast

the Navy is carried away "Needless Harassment at limiting sales to even reservoir of such words and phrases as can be accumulated -

by all who visit aboard Galley, Exchange", (Jan. dollar amounts, as long as over twenty-eight years of naval service. We

NAS Jacksonville." 10, JAX AIR NEWS), no more than 10 gallons of should emphasize here that such action is not only in bad

BTl Michael E. FlanneryDear although I would have gas is involved. taste, it is an insult to other master chief petty officers

worded it differently, I Further cutbacks in the who are able to express themselves intelligently, and is
amount of gasoline
,also illegal.
Speak-Out: ,agree with you wholeheartedly allowed each customercan
"I think that is what is Division Officers -
also be made if it Having watched the uniform and dress situation at the
the editorial and Supervisorsshould
implied
by appears likely that an galley for several weeks and knowing that some com-
(JAX AIR NEWS,Jan.10)). keep their men
individual station will mands enforce regulations with more zeal than others,
Read it again. If, in fact, squared away to leave theMAA's
exceed its monthly we felt the editorial was in order. These feelings have
the problem is with the for important
allocation of gas and run been greatly reinforced by the immediate and over
leaders of matters.
,
today's Navy
out before the end of that whelming responses of our readers.We .
what is the solution? Do we YN2 Pat Norton
month.
go back to the every day NASJAX will continue to present editorials which we feel

morning quarters and "tell it like it is." Our readers views in the form of

inspection? Or has our signed letters to the editor are always welcome.
Navy dipped below those w

high standards? Or is it too

inconvenient for our "Hot Line"Dial [ W
Early outs
present day standards? continuing
NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
If you can answer these

questions, Mike, and CAPTThe Sunday BUPERS has announcedthat subject to command-
solutions to these
propose Divine Worship 8:30 a.m. the Navy plans to concurrence, to be
problems, please send at All Saints Chapel.
to the Church School 9:30: a.m. continue its early release released from active duty
suggestions
your Divine Worship 11 a.m. at program for enlisted men up to 90 days prior to their
All Saints Chapel.
Junior Youth Fellowship and women who want to separation date, provided

12:30 p.m. Senior Youth pursue their education.The they have been accepted at
A X AI Ft N E WS Fellowship 1:30: p.m.
special
Evening worship 7:30 p.m. an- an accredited school or
at the Small Chapel. nouncement was made
to college and they meet
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspape-
distributed each Thursday; at the U.S. Naval Ar Station. Tuesday quell rumors which certain other
Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 resulted
Jacksonville Florida bv the Holt Publishing Company a p.m. at Bldg. 750 and from recent requirements.Full .
private firm. All Copy submitted Jor use In thlt JAX AIR NEWS Christian Science Service changes to the Army and

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS p.m. at the Small Chapel. Air Force early out information on the

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News .
programs.The
early release is
NAVALHOSPITAL program
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118
or 3119. at Divine St. Lukes.Worship 9:30: a.m. Navy program contained in article 3840240of

"Everything advertised in this publication must be made allows enlisted people, the BUPERS Manual.

available for purchase use or patronage without regard to NATTCProtestant

race creed color natibnal origin or tex of the purchaser Service, 10:30: worship a.m. In
user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Building SOOt I
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the CATHOLICSaturday
refusal to print advertising from that source." About
the
Mass 3 p.m. at
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries St. Edward's Chapel. coverA
concerning such should be directed to: Sunday Mass q a.m and 11
"" a.m. Daily Mass-Monday, LAZY DAY.. A long lens and an unseasonably
k \ THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday, Thursday and
warm afternoon
1S 4565 Shirley Ave.,Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Friday-11:30: ..m. Wed found AA Sammy Pierce enjoying
"noM Telephone 387.3566 nesday Mass 11:30 a.m. at his lunch under the trees here. Not at all bad for
A'I '0IjIf the Naval Hospital Chapel.
YeIM Saturday Confessions 4:30: January. Sammy is taking advantage of the

J VOL. 31 NO. 42 JANUARY 17, 1974 to 5 p.m. Florida sun..soon it will be replaced by the snow in

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J'; Flowering trees being planted?


b to aId Jacksonville environment.
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( Many a tree is found in the Service, and the North mous. In response, the
woods, East Florida Chapter of nurserymen distributed an
And every tree for its use the Florida Nurserymanand additional 300 "Flowering

is good, Growers Associationhave Tree" posters and built
I Some for the strength of combined in an effortto outstanding flowering tree:
the gnarled roots make Jacksonville the displays in Regency
Some for the sweetness of "Flowering Tree City of Square and Gateway
the flower, or fruit the South." Shopping Centers where "
I Some for shelter againstthe WJXT (Channel 4)) thousands of shoppers ,(
storm printed 500 "FloweringTree" viewed specimen trees and

And some to keep the posters and 15,000 flowers. { f
I hearthstone warm; instructional cards for Trees that were featuredand
Some for the roof and distribution among nur- sold at discount are

some for the beams, serymen and garden the Dogwood, Redbud, '.
And some for a boat to supply stores throughout Crepe Myrtle, SouthernRed
breast the stream... Northeast Florida who MapleMagnolia ,
In the wealth of the world wished to participate.The Jerusalem Thorn and
if since the, world began sign, posted in a Golden Raintree. oiMf(.ibb. ..

The tree has offered its gift place of business,would let Considering the things I' ,.,. ":":
I to man the homeowner know that trees and other plants do ii.\""'": ",. 'r'"A..'' .' <
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Fannie Price Herod flowering trees could be for our environment, like ... Y .
Jax After years of purchased at the site at a humidifying the air, -i: .

I' taking the tree for granted special discount price, as reducing glare, deadeningnoise I.t,I,.'. '.; f
it now appears that each store that posted the and creating oxygen,
I man, or man in the sign had agreed to sell the it's no surprise that Mayor \\ '
Jacksonville area, has trees at reduced prices. Hans Tanzler proclaimed t
began to appreciate the When the first 15 "Plant
a
January MAD FOX" CITED-AMS2 Jeffrey C. Cline is VP-5's Sailor of the
true value of the branched '
promotional spots were Flowering Tree Day. Quarter. Petty Officer Cline was chosen for his prompt and courteous ;
{ beauties. .aired by WJXT,requests to Maybe we all should planta service while working as the squadron's Ground Support Equipment t.:1
Television station participate were enor- tree. Branch Assistant_ Shop Supervisor and Training Petty Officer.

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Jax.-The Navy Jax Toastmasters j
I Club recently celebratedthe '
Toastmasters' 50th anniversary at !Af ,
and installed a new bt nv > IR t d 4'
slate of officers to start off the
new year.
j Guy Ballou, Area Eight
Governor for District 47 of 1 ;'
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Toastmasters International, 3 i f ,
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installed the new officers. R '\
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President, LCdr. Robert Cun-
ningham, III; Educational Vice F xw, P x $
President, LCdr. Kenneth
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Bygler; Administrative Vice C ,
j President, Lt. Larry Kop- x) $
I perhaver; Secretary, LCdr.
George Kuruzovich; Treasurer,
: Ens. Benjamin Hillman, II; and
j Sergeant-At-Arms, Donald
Bradt.
i Club members and their wives I
i enjoyed a prime-beef dinner at S I II
the NAS Officers Club on the
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occasion.
Guest speaker was Jack Roch-
ford, winner of the 1973 Florida ,
humorous speech contest.
The local club meets each
Wednesday at noon at the NAS f
Officers Club. Next time you have something planned on payday,

you won't have to work it around depositing a check. J
The Westside Atlantic Bank of Jacksonville is going
INTERNATIONAL '
to make things easy. We're offering both active and .,:. _
SCOUTS retired military and federal employees an automatic ': ". i
I ',.-, deposit service whereby your paycheck is sent "
From '<
O 6 to Choose *;- the You don't have to : ,,'
0 4 Cylinder Hardtop : directly to us by government. 'j
Models '(removeable) '1 : worry about when it arrives because your account is : .. ...,,;,.;,;. ,J
0 20,000 to 45,000 Miles ::R automatically credited on payday.- ," )

0. Second Ideal' for CarPrices Sportsmen v Don't spend another payday waiting in liner ', ;:-: j./,: ::":';: : )

Start at... to make a deposit. Just drop by the bank or Navy '.;:.r;.:, ,.
Finance Office and fill out form DD 1560. Let '. ':

$788 us handle your paycheck deposits through our ": .'
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TIRE'EXPERT" .'..., ... more' years of service. The oath was administered by LT. David M.
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following is a report of .. : .. j jIII ( Continued from last week) .

Motor vehicle accidents and HA
SOUTH CAROLINA Combat- same resident exemption as Con
traffic violations for month to
zone exclusion same as Federal. necticut. ;
date:
Drill and training duty pay of VIRGINIA-Combat-zone ex-
NUMBER OF
ACCIDENTSThis
National Guard and Reserve per. elusion same as Federal. No pen-
month 11 sonnel are exempt. $1,200 of alty and interest if filed within
This month year ago 45 : uniformed services retired pay is 180 days after return from.
Total l accidents this
year 11 excluded. All National Guard pay combat-zone service,or hospitalization
Total accidents year ago 498 is excluded. outside the U.S. which
Number of injuries this month
4
TENNI-SSEI--.No: interest or resulted from such service.
Number of this
injuries month
penalty on returns filed and paid WEST VIRGINIA Same as
year ago 0 within 90 days after return from Federal, including combat-zone
NUMBER OF MOVING
combat-zone or hospitalization as exclusion and postponement for
VIOLATIONSThis
_R a result of injury disease incur filing and paying. Members out
month
78 red in such zone. side CONUS orin Alaska granted

Speeding 9 UTAH-Combat-zone exclusionsame automatic extensions for filing.

Reckless Driving 2 r as Federal. If in a foreign Also has same resident exemp-
Going through Stop Sign 12
country 510 days of any 18 con. tion as Connecticut.
DWI 0 secutive months may file as a WISCONSIN me as Federal
Other Violations 55 1 non-resident for each taxable including combat-zone exclusionand

Thirty drivers appeared before year while so absent for three postponement for filing.
their Officers. 9 { '
Commanding months or more.VERMONTAll. $1,000 active or active reserve
Disposition of the cases includethe If : active-duty military pay exclusion or Fleet

following: military pay is exempt Also has Reserve retainer pay.MARION .
Five lost driving and parking

privileges aboard station for var. :
time; none assigned to complete 1

motorcycle defensive driving OAKS

course; nine admin. action; five

dismissed; none article 15 '

UCMJ; thirty-seven fined U.S. RESERVE YOUR FLORIDA

Magistrate ; seven warnings FUTURE AT TODAY'S PRICE I

given ; sixteen were military; "
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A TIME TO PONDER-.Sgt. Mal. Dan Hill pauses for a moment,of
'Eagles'turn reflection during his retirement ceremony at MARTD. Retiring after

30 years, Sgt. Ma|. Hill was described as "a self-educated man that not ON.tYA./

only received many awards for bravery..but won the respect and ocALa
into'storks'
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admiration of those who had the privilege to serve with him." (Photo

By SSgt. Boots Boutilier) ,

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Jax The "Eagles" of VP-16
were called upon to make two Consolidate Your Bills To 5000.00 us Marlon Oaks '
Is located onFlorida's
maternity medical evacuationruns ': uK.
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Route 484
TERMS TO SUIT YOU AT BANK RATES
from Sigonella to Naples 3 miles offInterstate ..J
last month. 75.. J;
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Two expectant mothers were Disney World 72 mi.

aboard for the first trip, and one OUTHERN / Orlando Ocala II I ml.ml.

for the second. Accompanyingthem MARION Rainbow Springs 2SMI.84ml..

was a three-member OAKS TampaU.ofFla. .
INDUSTRIAL BANK"The
medical team from Sigonella, I e w.w..a. $5 MI.

headed by a Navy nurse.

Little Bank with a Big Heart"' V SCALE: 1" approx. 7.85 miles. f
Medical evacuation flights

such as these happen frequentlyat
Member F.D.I.C.
Sigonella due to the limited The Deltona Corporation

facilities at the NAF Dispensaryand .; Our Installment Loan Dept. Is Open Until P.M. ,

a patrol squadron is usually 11 NORTH LAU RA STR E ET PHON 355-0622 ,
asked to make the flight becauseof i I ,
800 Marion Oaks Blvd. .
the P-3 aircraft's ability to
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make the 200-mile trip to Naplesin \ t: $ J:"_=T 4'P 'K A Mi:iW f t1 Ocala Florida 32670Please

less than an hour.

At the controls for both of the

VP-16 flights was Lt. Bill rush me additional information on Marion Oaks.

Carreiro, who now has a total of am particularly Interested in the following: I

eight Naples maternity flights to FLORIDA

his credit.Lt. gill []Homes QHomesitesQApartments .

Carreiro made six }.

maternity flights during VP-16's
1971 Sigonella deployment. ANUAR []Vacations/


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6. FORD Fairlane TR&H $495 j JAMES D. "
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44 RAMBLER StlcMcyl $395 I
CHEVY Malibu R&HAT S4"
DAWSONINSURANCE
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68 FALCON R&HAT $395 OBTAIN HUD PROPERTY REPORT FROM DEVELOPER AND READ IT BEFORE
A&HAT
47 MERCURY Capri S39S SIGNING ANYTHING. HUD NEITHER APPROVES THE MERITS OF THE
6d CHEV 6 CylStick U'S OFFERING NOR THE VALUE OF THE PROPERTY AS AN INVESTMENT, IF ANY. .
02COMET6CYIAuto AGENCY
*"* Distances indicated are from the locations mentioned to the center oi communities mentioned
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125 N. MARKET ST. PHONE 333-7534 the center ol the community I I

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for the NROTC Two-Year Program, which offers college
students who have completed their sophomore year the opportunity to
enter the NROTC program at the junior level.
Successful applicants receive $100 per month subsistance, uniforms
and naval science books.

Twenty percent of the successful candidates will be awarded .' m
NROTC scholarships which provide full tuition and all books in ad- \ t
ditioQ to the above. all

To apply,students should contact either the Jacksonville University fr \ :
Unit or any other unit convenient to them. _
Those who are accepted will attend a Naval Science Institute at _____________
Newport,R.I. from July 8 to Aug. 16 for which they will receive travel
allowance, room and board, pay of about $300 per month and the
necessary uniforms.
The Two-Year Program offers the full range of career opportunitiesin
both the Navy and Marine\ Corps.
Questions about the program may be addressed to NROTC Unit,
Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, Fla. 32211 Att: Two Year
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NARU skipper,as he retires after 20 years of active Naval Service. I
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MONEY PERPETUAL PLAN Vets due pension check increase I

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reflected in next month's The increase will average 10 permanently and totally disabled
Veterans Administration checks percent for 915,000 wartime from nonservice causes and to
for nearly 2.7 million disabled veterans and 859,000 widows on widows and children of veterans
Retirementincome veterans and survivors of VA pension rolls and 69,000 who died of nonservice-connected
deceased veterans.A parents drawing dependency and disabilities.
cost-of-living increase in indemnity compensation. Increased DIC payments are made to
these VA benefits is authorizedby pension benefits will also widows, unmarried children
and a a law signed by President go to 842,000 children of veterans. under 18, and certain parents of
Nixon in early December which Pensions are paid by the VA on veterans and servicemen who
died of service-connected

....:... .... ,:..:., ;:,*:':::"..::..;:::. disabilities. The new law increased
family legacy. ; DIC rates only for

: :; Cocktail parents.
f; Other highlights of the new law

without touching a penny of your savings! -- include:
..?...b&: Hour 1. Maximum pension payableto
Sound far-fetched* Not with our Perpetual Money Plan! f r veterans without dependents
As a member you can have from $4 to $208 a month increased from $30 to $50month-
indefinitely..without reducing your savings! Or, even ) 4w 5:00: to 7:00: p m ly, if hospitalized more than
higher monthly income is available each month from two months.
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five to 2. Pension
thirty years! for veterans with no
SPECIAL RATES per person dependents and incomes of not
If you have accumulated from $1,000 to $50,000 savings, FOR SERVICEMEN 600 double occupancy more than $300 annually in.

let your free Perpetual Money Wheel show you what our Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood creased from $130 to $143 mon
Perpetual Money Plan can do for your future! Restaurant 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV Direct Dial Phone, Olympic thly.
Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking. 3. Pension for veterans with
And for folks who haven't accumulated these savings. one dependent and incomes of not
there are 200 exciting ideas right on the :same Perpetual more than $500 annually increased .
Money Wheel for building income in the years ahead. (f JAEKSOimilMOTOR from $140 to $154 mon
Pick up your free Perpetual Money Wheel today. thly.
HOTEL 4. Widows with
.. /...._.. ._,. ... "" / 901 Main Street Phone 355.3744 incomes of not no dependentsand more than

t .''..it's great *' WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL POINTS OF INTEREST $300 annually increased from $87
to be to $96 monthly.
I the 1/ 5. Death pension rates for
children increased from $42
l c Fiat I monthly plus $17 monthly for

,family -A\ I =- m' ... each additional child, to $44
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The BIGGER and BETTER each Additional additional information child. on

PIISrPEDEI0Lavings pension benefits is available at
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&ELL.A.XB, any VA office, or from

and loari association Homes are now available in Clay County! organizations.representatives of local veterans

of Jacksonville Just North of Kingsley Ave.on Bellair Blvd.
Orange Park..See them today' ,
the
Tn present: a fire in your "horn
Insured + Red ('rt>*i wy In male wire di. -irdi'lniakht
Savings to $20,000 F.S.L.I.C.
up by and cigarette: are OUT !Ncu'MiHiU
10CONVENIENTOFFICESTOSERVEYOU $37,000- : in h.\I ColKxl" conihusliMe, ':rubhuh/, such.
mly' rag in enured nicl.il detainer ;and thr''''
ihim" .oul rcfuUirly: L'K a tir.-n'13r".nl niaUrniNI i
DOWNTOWN DURKEEVILLE BRANCH $40,500 < your t..i.f. Replace worn wiring, and.> Adams and Julia 1815 N. Myrtle Ave. uirdt. Mjndlc (.tuiliiw and ,imilac flaninuHiItquult
uh care and!iK\er "bring "" Iftnl..lh'
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PH.354.8443SOUTHWEST (VA or Cony. Terms) .
P.H.356.4175FIVE 0 "h.HiM kitp cjndlv'*and other,fxn d'oIm.'I 'IM u)
from('hr"I"''''live HJ\C the lohrOOIfQUO', '"'
of the fire vKp-irinH-nt handy and nulc.im'your
BRANCH POINTS
BRANCH SOLD ONLY BY i hi,Id no know how to call.
Cedar Hills Shopping Center 803 Lomax Street
PH.771.0422NORTHSIDE PH.358.1204 CLAY COUNTY
THE FIRST UNITED
BRANCH REGENCY SQUARE BRANCH REALTY PENTECOSTALCHURCHExtends
Gateway Shopping Center 101 Monument Road to You a Cordial
PH. 16S.3538NORMANDY PH. 725.1270UNIVERSITY EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR... .-- Welcome fo All Services
Sunday
Sunday School 10.00a m
BRANCH BLVD. BRANCH Morning,Worship 11:00a.m.
591 Normandy Blvd. 5631 University Blvd. W. ElELL.A.JB.: : Evangelistic! 7:30p.f".
PH. 78M343SOUTHSIDE PH.731.0833 HOSE BUILDERS: Thursday .
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Friday
BRANCH MOBILEOFFICEServing Youth Service 1.30 p.m.
1326 Prudential PHON 264-9579 or 264.2445
Dr. Baldwin Member of National Home Builders REV. W.L. COHRON, PASTOR
PH.398-7098 and Macclenny, Florida Association/
and Jacksonville Home Builders Asocfations 433 Druid Avenue
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BARTENDER CATERING FOR: -- ,.: l
HU".HU" PHONE 389-0338 -- PHONE 244-4900( "I .
I Conventions, Dinner Parties, Private Parties ( :'Pv:1 j':: Et.c1ron'tWh' BalAncing:;: "
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No Fault .1 Insurance For Everyon'e"Don't Openings Wedding Receptions t:! Total I Engine Performance
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get caught shorUBUY NOW! CaII BARSERV, INC ..':.,."; '.... FREE CAR. WASHS&HGREENTAMP .::.'?f: '"
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LaaJfflliJd .b't \ T.V. Sales & ServiceRCA&ZENITHCOLOR.BLACK&WHITE
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Ctar Plastic Slip COver ,
DELIVERY COMPLETE SET-UP SERVICE \ ., PJcK(JpOt1vERYt.atg WELCOME HERE _; "
ALLMILITARY PERSONNEL *SeIettnoJ atw iree ssrnistes WE SELL THE BEST A SERVICE THE "CST"
1438 Cassat Avenue Phone 384.3407 HUBBARD PHONE 3SlttFERGUSONS Grant Plaza at 103rd .)


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$ uth of tq44.1ItonwAy I? orange I .fy r/ Fpte: ;If' ARE HALLMARKS"> ?5\ xuzjKXNO 00
Fatt Servk4Jcns.d Inpector '"ftlS\ : .J.T.!STRICKLAND
Fjrttfay 1 rV u-, USN (Ret) .
OpenO004E0Mondaythru
5039 TIMOTHY LANE PHONE 384-3921
MINOR REP4IRSAVAILAD : (WHERE LAKE SHORE CROSSES BIANDING) 4545 SHIRLEY AVENUE: 387-3 6

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REAL CHESS KING OF FLORIDATHE I i :a Planning tobwld.newnom.onawooddOr !

BEST SELECTION OF CHESS SETS IN THE SOUTH vacant lot,or purchase mobile, home?
Various woods,onyx brass Molokal& Ivory LAND CLEARINGMOWING*FILL DIRT
ELECTRICAL HOOKUPS LIME ROCK
Choice! Chess Tables& BurdiDISCOUNTSTOMILITARY&
SHOWROOM and WAREHOUSE WATER YSTEMS SEPTICTANKS'CONCRETE PATIOS
we IM..evrylbmq VtItrW.fDISCOUNT ; SERVING DUVAL& CLAY COUNTY
SCHOOL STUDENTS WITH ID CARDS
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WORLD GLOBES & GLOBE BARS ':."' PRICES! w'.x.: '
I'D: 771.2730 or ...282-5451 or...
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SWORDS,SHIELDS& PLAQUES I, PESEP1tYOUIM1LTARYJDCARD$ ; :- JJ 282.5452 or...282-4478
Musical Hummel S.Princess Art Pictures FORPECJSAVING$ $: .... .. Water Pumps and Part
fSO SO.EDGEWOOD AVE.PHONE 3I7-133I < :::: : tI': :J. :r" ';=& };4 !I 1 :: ROCK AND ARTESIAN WELLS
Open Mon.thru Sat.*:30 to S:00 .. : :'!,.'<;i'' .... Assistance wit:,!financing septic tank.Ic'rlcallnd move on permit


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SERVICE PARTS,SEMP RIT RADIAL* *
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;::::::)And lmf.'d"4 Wiper' eladasWMie .;: ..h. ,f, ; II I1IIIUjIIIIR- LIILJ f1
: $ urn;Of Orange Parkii1pttR4421) .". t
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TANK SERVICE ;:'" ':'" ... .::3itQfl5t( ) PIUS I \
w": : Family Bowl Spaghetti 2849209HIGHWAY
New Tanks Clean Outs o $'g':: Draft f Beer.Dtan.rwf rw$ :'...

Repairs Filter Beds ... Eati""T..k.,0u. Phone 73-824 ;:::
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ORANGE PARK GREEN COVE SPRINGS ':,..,:, PIZZA $e32Neoi12PM' SunIPM4tPM
264.4027 284-3860 X/:,): ".'...... We CATER TO LAROI GROUPS&CLUBt. "WALL Y" WOLGEMUTH SMITTY" H.E.SMITH '
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Edward M. Clune when the HC-2 "Fleet Angels" hold

'SS SS change of command ceremonies Tuesday, Jan. 22, in
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Cdr. Clune has served the past year as the squadron's

1 .\ sS Executive Officer. Prior to reporting to HC-2, he served
onboard the USS Okinawa as Assistant Air Officer on the
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: Marriott will become the first OfficerinChargeof

S 1 the Human Resources Management Detachmenthere.

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: provided SAR Detachments to ships in the 2nd, 6th and

7th Fleets, accounting for 12 rescues during the past

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a. Cdr. Harry P. Dews will become HC-2's new

b'd':4 : Executive Officer.

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Exchange Officer. Her quick thinking and immediate action during a recent electrical fire at her akCdr.
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1: :- Apply In person 515 Julia St.
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Your neighborhood Pu/a Inn has the most delicious e pijia' baked to tasty perfection Equal Opportunity Employer
EVERYTIME'Pzn'nn' uses the ripest tomatoes in our specially seasoned sauce dough I
made fresh daily and the finest mozzarella cheese Too this, rare treat with your choiceof
America Favorite Pirn Topping sausage pepperoni beef-or any of our delicious'
selection 01 19 varieties, Meal lime snack lime, anytime -ITS PIZZA INN TIME'KNOW

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I receive one pizza of' I.NEE.I IAC... 'r'r H 1 136 35 :: 73S5 15 3 55 I
I the next smaller size NUS NOON 145 SOS 110PI
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facility is located on the 1st deck across from the barber shop. Hours of A
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closings breakfast from 10:30: to 10:45: a.m. and lunch from 1 to 1:4S:
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NAVY EXCHANGE CASHIER Sandy Kincaid does the honor at the ribbon cutting ceremony for m Open Nightly 10pm to 6am
the new NEX Convenience Store at the Naval Hospital. The gentlemen, left to right, are Capt. A.L. I' I
I. Powell of the hospital, Lt. Ted Brooks of the NEX, and Capt. R.L. Gill of the hospital. The store will t-f' ""' : : : ._ .. .. d. .,
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in either a sa,inUs account or to purchase Saving Bonds You can bet that this; ,
model will have !something to fall hack on later in life. '
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,sowsres WILCOMID Only a short taxi down Normandy Blvd. from Cecil Field. \'
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Nautical Accessories Giftsjf )

BOATS, MOTORS, CANOES i

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I Community lauds Navy for sickle cell work I

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Saturday,to honor the Navy for its efforts to aid the local sickle cell
anemia prevention and treatment drive.
The guest speaker, the Honorable Charles E. Bennett of Florida's3rd
k rr,.. congressional district, lauded the Navy for its hard work and
financial aid to the program.
Many certificates of appreciation were awarded to both Navy
personnel and townspeople as Ms. Eddie M. Steward,President of the
local NAACP, challenged Capt. W.G Sizemore, NAS Jax CO and-
others in attendance to achieve bigger and better things in the cdming
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Clementina Weaver of Hancock Hall and P01 B.T, Green,a leader in the Navy's effort.WOULDN'T w t l t {)..4.,

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Cdr. Cornett relieves Cdr. Kramer as VP-56 CO ,, '

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in their P- Geck's crew carried the
By Ltjg( ) Tom Jemison of service to the civilian On April 4 the squadronwas transportation aircraft and thepatient's girl to Andrews Air Force
VP-S6 PAO informed of an 3C
community and to their
Base where she received
Jax--Cdr. James B. fellow servicemen, and Icelandic citizen who operation was a treatment for her kidney
Kramer completed his have used their' aircraft needed immediate trans- complete success. ailment.

tour as CommandingOfficer and their individual portation to Denmark fora Twenty days later, the Cookie Carriers
of VP-56 The ready alert crew was to
Tuesdayas talents toward this end. kidney transplant. the
During deploymentthe
he relieved Cdr. alert perform a similar missionfor
was by The early part of Cdr. squadron ready
Charles S. Cornett in Kramer's year of com- crew, headed by LCdr. the daughter of a U.S. squadron sent crews
back to Jacksonville for
ceremonies at Hangar mand was spent preparingfor Mike Nash of Orange serviceman stationed in
1000. the squadron's March Park, provided the Keflavik.. LCdr. Bob short periods on working
to
Cdr. Kramer's tour of deployment to Keflavik, trips designed provide
crewmembers the
duty has seen the"Dragons" Iceland. The "Dragonshad 1 opportunity -
-
for
training
assume rolesof barely made their
way
using the NAS facilities.On .
importance and north to relieve the
11A the return flights to
responsibility, both at "Woodpeckers" of VP-49
home and while deployed.The when they were'called Iceland, the crews found a
rather unique use for the
men have eagerly
upon to prevent two near
seized every chance to be tragedies. extra cargo space on their
aircraft. Over the courseof

a ) tc the deployment VP-56

QUESTIONSABOUT aircraft were able to

transport 4,600 pounds of
cookies for the Naval
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WE'LL ANSWER THEM.No troop."Dragons" again

showed their interest in

( I names. No I sales pitches.) youth activities by sup-

porting a baseball team in

Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on the Keflavik Pony League.The .
your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For'quick, men's individual!
courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor
talk shop unless you want us to. 4 contributions outfitted the
Dial FinanceWe team and several

don't want you to like us just for our money. squadron members
40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 e sacrificed their off-duty

5256 Beach Blvd. 396.2895 hours to coach the team
4721 San Juan Ave. 384.2314
Cash to COMMAND CHANGES HANDS-Cdr. Charles S. Cornett (Left) through a thoroughly
1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764.2583
$5,800 accepts the VP-56 command pennant from Cdr. James B. Kramer as enjoyable, if not winning,
Sleiman Lone Star Center
he becomes the new "Dragons" skipper. Seated are Capt. A.P. season.
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immediately earned a was heard by Cdr.Kramer's The P-3C crew was able get involved with their
The squadron said life-long friend.A .
own flight crew to quickly locate the neighbors.True .
goodbye to Iceland in late civilian while in the Mediterranean
pilot flying fishing vessel and vector a
August and returned here. alone at night in a single A Navy twin- helicopter to the scene the faces in the

On their return, the men engine plane had lost engine aircraft had lost its from the USS squadron do change, as

were able to resume nearly all electrical power navigation radios while Guadalcanal. The four has the VP-56 com-

participation in local in the middle of a rain- over the water on its way men were rescued and manding officer, but thereis

, community activities, storm. His call for help to Souda Bay, Crete. carried to safety, and soon a continuity of good will

including serving as was answered by a"Dragon" Cdr. Kramer's after the VP-56 detach- and service to the com-
crew was
scoutmasters or Pop munity that has become a
P-3C crew able to locate the S2"Tracker" ment returned here.
Warner Football tradition for the"Dragons"and
League which located him and led
which had The is it will
him to Jacksonville squadron just
coaches.Pilot's International -
drifted 40 miles off
Friend course, beginning to think about continue under the

After a brief post- was able Airport to make wherehe a safe and lead it safely to Crete. their next deployment, leadership of Cdr. Cornettas

deployment "stand- landing.A The skipper's crew had scheduled for early this the squadron says

down", VP-56 resumed been in the Mediterraneanas year.A farewell to Cdr. Kramer.

full-scale flight operations similar call for help part of a four aircraft, Navy patrol squadronis
Tn pn-uiil ii lire in jour hone 1h.1R.J '
.Ja.... five flight crew detach- often considered to be an + ("n%\$ay' In nuke mix di'cnrjiilnt.iii.his
ment sent to Souda Bay. isolated group of men who ,,,,,.Le in t>cJ.i Cullen/ind.loinhuMihU.JtMruks'arc rubbish OUT.Lurch Ntfvit untiy riji s in count) metal' u>nljim.rs, jnj throw
missions
Performing consider themselves than nut r.ul.lrly. ('",", a i fcn.-ntard.nt muttrialM
involving ASW services tour r.Hif RipliM: worn wirniE and!ixkimitlords
transients and too busy to .
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shipping, the VP-56
crews had been
sent to
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t hefped the "Tracker"later and party room .
had the chance to 264-8102 i

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Jax--Are you interested in Hobby Shop store. Membershipin : :
learning how to take pictures the Club is limited to military ,),::Trrr
how to develop film and print personnel (active and reserve), ,,
black and white copies? Maybeyou their dependents and civilians Jax-The board of directors of
already know and need a employed at naval activities in I' the Jax Navy Federal Credit
place to work. this area who are interested in Union has approved the
The NAS Jax Photo Club is not amateur photography. renovation and enlargement of
only looking for personnel who the credit union's NAS Jax
want to learn various aspects of Interested in joining? Come to branch office.According .
photography, but also those who the next meeting on Tuesday, to a credit union
would like to teach or help the January 22,at 7 p.m. or call Cdr. spokesman the present facilityin
novice. James Bradfield President, Bldg.39 can no longer meet the
The Club will be meeting on the 3324; AW2 Norman Tindell Vice needs of credit union members.
first and third Tuesdays each President 3679; or DPI Ray Remodeling the structure will
month at 7 p.m. in the Photo Kemp Secretary-Treasurer, 2927 provide 10,300 square feet of floor
Hobby Shop located above the for additional information. fast
space designed to provide
", ,, and efficient service.The presentcost
l estimate is in the vicinity of
...: $356,000 for the complete

Let GAC i 9 pY remodeling project.Preliminary .
feg
y plans and sket-
ches for the new building have
been completed and the con
struction contract will be signedby
o? March 1,with groundbreaking
scheduled for late spring.In .
put a jingle order to allow the continueduse

of the existing building,
completion of construction is
planned in two phases with the
first being finished by Sept. 15.
in The facility is scheduled to
yourdufflebag. FICEUR MAN OF THE QUARTER-PH1 Arthur K. Long has been become fully operational by Jan.
selected Enlisted Man of the Quarter. Petty Officer Long was cited for 15, 1975, upon completion of the
exceptional service as Supervising Petty Officer in Charge of the second phase.
Photographic Laboratory. The growth of the credit union
.' during the past five;years and the
projected growth through 1980
STARTTHE NEWYEAR WITH indicate it is imperative that
A PIZZA PARTY 41k preparations be made so that
credit union members may be
--"'\ effectively served the

\\i FRIIU spokesman the end added.At of 1967. credit union

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: more than 17,000 members.
,... F BEER 1 1x4 Today the credit union has over
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CAI!. 381356 6 Movie Schedule


Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
arriving too late for this deadline will be TueSday for publication the following Thursday. Ads
oublisht'd
the
Strutted otherwise. A check fOllowing week unless the publ.sher Is in.
or money order for he - - --------II
cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy.
RATE : minimum charge ((3 lines) ..52.00 Per additional Thursday, Jan. 17 HOSPITAL : "SUPPOSE
line (C4
words per line) ..SOc
Mail to: HOLT NAS "SUPPOSE THEY
PUBLISHING CO.. H65 SHIRLEY AVE JACKSONVILLE : THEY GAVE A WAR AND
32210 GAVE A WAR AND NOBODY NOBODY CAME"
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FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE CAME" Comedy, Starring SaturdayJan.19NAS
[ EMPLOYMENT 1 1 I CONTACT NEEDS l TRANSPORTATION Suzanne Pleshette and Ernest : "TAKING OFF"

IRONING IN MY HOME Associate Joe Roplak (RET. NAVY) Realtor. .]J Borgnine. "PG" (112 mm.) Comedy, Starring Lynn Carlin

Fast dependable service 4818 Representing NO CASH DOWN HOSPITAL: "THE LEGEND and Buck Henry. "R" ((92 min.)
Blanding
Agency, Inc. Realtors 1970 Barracuda, small v 8 Auto..
St. 3887540.JANITORIAL low
Plymouth BOGGY CREEK"
Comedy, HOSPITAL liTHE
OFFICE .' :
: 771 8036 RES 781. 7715 mo pymts. Call 3580881
Starring Check Pierce and Wiam HIRELING"

WORK AT NAS JAX SUMMER CABINSINTHESMOKIES SAVE GAS Stumpp. "G" ((87 min.) Sunday, Jan. 20
Hours 5.9:30P.M.: Call 3552741 and
Yamaha 360 Enduro, 1973, less than Friday Jan. 18 NAS: "A NAME FOR EVIL"
at NAS. Near
ask for openings Cherokee & Bryson
City, N.C. 1,000 Mi $750
Call
356.1251. for info.
ROYALSERVICES.INC. Paved Roads, Good Water, Beautiful NAS: "THE HIRELING"Drama Drama, Starring Samantha

Scenery. For Permanent or Summer '71 VOLKSWAGEN Starring Sarah Miles and Eggar and Robert Gulp. "R" ((92

GREAT JOB Homes. Jax Beach, Phone 246.8383 or Canary Yellow, radio & heater, $1300 Robert Shaw. "PG" ((107 min.) min.)
Earn $50-$75 per wk.. working part. BRYSON City, N.C. Phone 488 2714 786-0762. Call after P.M.
time calling on single girls. Earn
more with Incentive plan. Must be IIRENTALS J I
share! Phone 7'11600. 1969 CHEVY CAMARO Jax Theatre closing MondayJax
WILMAR APTS. 307, 3Spd., needs repair, $900 Call 772
2BR., Furn., water, 1027 aft 5 P.M.
&
PARTOR FULL TIME sewage
gar.
MECHANICSAfternoons bage, parking cars, small children, -The NAS Jax Mainside Theater will be closed Monday,Jan.

Saturdays or Full Time small pets o.k. $125. mo., Washer 'CAMARO RALLY SPORT 21, through Friday?Jan 25 in order to install a new electrical

Jax top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply in $8.00, 337.2541 or 387.0144.ORANGEPARK. 350 cu in. engine, 2 barrel carb.. 3.Spd distribution system for the theater's new air conditioning.
person to Mr Foster, NIMNICHT trans. Phone Dave, 264.7531 or 264.9775 .
after 6 .
CHEVROLET CO. 1550 Cassat p.m.1963FORD
2BR, Apts. Furn or Unfurn., Dishwasher .
Drapes, Carpets Elizabeth ,TON P.U. TRUCK
Avenue.EMISCELLANEOU Apts. 771 1405 or 771.3355. With paneled camper shell, Excel '-
I | cond., No rust 7720461. \ E3ndG C 1 14.1

GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPY ORANGE PARK 2BRDUPLEX FURN ::: : ffiiGcVVififeY MIJJ D
NO CASH DOWN
3 months old, AKC registered, .
housebroken 5 Mm from .
NAS, Conv to :1..
schools, 1967 -
and being trainedshots and Plymouth 2DR, H.T., 383 4Spd., clearance
will rent to bachelors or TAD Personnel .
wormed, black and tan, female, $60. 2646884. very low pymts. Call 358.0881.INTERNATIONAL '- '- -" ""'-
day 387.3566 night 781.4617.

GEORGE'S KENNELS 1.2 ACRE TRAILER LOT 6 to Choose from, 4 cylinder SCOUTS Hard top PHILCO .
Well & Septic Tank, lots of trees,
Dogs & Cats Boarded Models (removable) 20,000 to 45,000 1+
North 160 CU FT NO FROST Er
of Middleburg. 2825908. Call .v
Pick.Up & delivery services since after 4 P.M. miles. Ideal for sportsman, Second REFRIGERATOR WCt" 1
1925. Grooming, training & shipping. car. Prices start at $788, 2509 Phillips I W/BUIIMN ICE.MAKER -

Visitors welcome. BankAmerlcard & 2MOBILEHOMES Hiway, 396.2025. : (Shown Right)

Mastercharge honored. Off I 1.10 near W.W carpet, AC, Rlcker Rd. & 103rd .,: i. .' Revertible Door '
Cassat Ave & Edgewood. St., Conv to NAS & Cecil. 771.7384. \ .>i I| '
5085 Edgewood Ct.,389.0064A I .
i Ic* maktr torn+ 9 Ibt Ic.

recorded massage: by i :. MOBILE HOMES ""1 I

SCOTT EDWARDS
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK I
Tells how
you to be a
DISC JOCKEYCall 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern U.

355.2944 any hour. Approved for trailer and apts. 389.3007.WE .

veterans. Columbia School of BUY AND SELLGOODUSEDMOBILE
Broadcasting San Francisco Not HOMES vER
affiliated with CBS, Inc Course by Phone 388.4619
.. 134995Tod.
home study 9I,10'
COLONY MOBILE HOMES .:." pt. S SO 00

LIVE CRABS Sales & Rentals, 9359 103rd St. Call A, law With
Wilford's Fish Camp 771.0275 Photostating and notary A, $29995 T .

264-9707 service. Zl.II
II 9.U SET.Up
TYLERS HEATING & AIR COND. LET YOUR RENT ,

Central and wall furnaces, space BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT ,4 YOUR
heaters, clean & repair. Lake Shore, DEPOSIT REQUIRED 160 cu. ft.FROSUtSS W
UPRIGHT FREEZER FULL
4711 Palmer, 388.5161. SUMIT MOBILE HOMES ( I *
(Abo. ) W
5210 Phillips, Highway, 733.9422 $ Storet 344 Ib f'or." W SERVICE ,
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER BRING THIS AD FOR $100 OFF 29995 food, y STORE "'

Responsible party take up paymentsof EVEN LESS ,n"woI hgMIh :t In."loIoO" #
$7.00 per month. Rayfield's 6437 WITH TRADE WhM. Ao'odo
Wilson Blvd, 772.8936.CHRISTMAS w

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LAYAWAY
LEFT UNCLAIMED
Zlg Zag sewing machine, brand new i f't l U&L I t ta.. uMDAtit
1973 Model Balance$68 or assume 59. r----: :
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per month payments. Sewing machine itii4(
(l.N.port.Ioin )
left unclaimed customer left area, drum //iII7
cannot locate. Sews on buttons, makes Up front lint filte
buttonholes, appliques, does Permanent prut
140 Minute timer ,
everything. Phone 731.0197 ask for Evo" ta. :
credit manager, Will deliver, no $14995 With T.d.

obligation. Pussycat Escorts
6.2 CU. FT.

FIREPLACE WOOD (Dancing Partners) .. CHEST FREEZER
Will deliver In local area Stores 211 4 Ibs.i .
282.5529 froten food
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Double tooled iteel
cobin.1
PROF. PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE 169.95
Commercial,Weddings, Portraits 91AW i..* L... With Trade

318-1401 ): :. ';:. '. .. .. ...:;.... ..:::. '.::' 1i 30" DELUXE ELECTRIC RANGE w o s

WITH AUTO OVEN
JEANS PROFESSIONALDANCE (Right)
tlm; clock
ACADEMY Oven ng
Infinite heat .",foc..
Westconnett at 103rd & Orange Park, unit eontroliWhite
Bellair Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap Toe, i ATTENTION Copp., Avocado

Jazz, Hula, Tahitian, Baton, &
;9'995 h... L... lIIIIIIIII
acrobatics Register Now, 771.2521, $ With ,.....
771.5464, 778-3655. Children & Adults. :ii NAVY PERSONNEL! .
: 30" STANDARD J Tomp lift upivrfoce
unlttIvan
USED ElECTRIC RANGE
FURNITURE MUST SELL With Commander Officer's Approval $169.95 ltTrad
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Castro .
Conv Matching swivel rocker, :; with
Black vinyl couch & chair, glass
tables Dinette set Best offer 772 YOU MAY MOONLIGHTAT

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ELECTRICMOTORS JAX SHIPYARDS TO Ke4 na'IDr

Small one.third H.P., several dif.
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$5.00 ea 388.7573I :, AUTOMATIC DISHWASHER
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Soft food di.
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TRAILER LOT WITH ACREAGE Outside Machinist, Full or Part Time ((6 Hrs. Min.). With T'....
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George, 389.5514, Eve. 771-1976. ;r 750 East Bay Street BESTABLISHEO a

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t. Allegheny CircleAboardNAS 778- New $15.00 289-7230
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I THE Flee-T MARKET i- ..' C477 Fender "Villager" 12 String

I AFREEPERSONALWANT r ADSEFVILEL j I r.: J Kenmore ZIGZAG SEWING Hollow Body Guitar Hard Shell
fvr M,' tars and C I an Employees'f NAS Jar and NAS Cel.1.i t F leld '
Machfne( with walnut Cabinet, Case and De Armond Pickup

----- -- -.. -----------J- .. Good Condition $50.00 Call 771- Good Condition $90.00 takes it All
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FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM I 0803 Call 772-9541


(ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) I 62 VW New Inspection, Runs good 17' Silver-line BOWRIDER 115

I $425 Phone 171'1595' Trailer.Power Trim Excellent Merc, Canvas Condition., Skis,

CAR POOL, Ride or riders, Extras $2600 3051 or 264-2352

II I II Normandy Village to NAS Bldg

125 Area Work Hours 0900-1730 For Sale 17' Wizard

I Mon-Fri.6rlan at 772-2184 or 781- REFRIGERATOR, Excellent

3774 Condition $50 Call 781-2304
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT ADABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW 'I ,.. ...

0 BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. Going to BIRMINGHAM via Attractive 3bdrm, 2 bth, brick

I ATLANTA to Pick up Camper & RANCH on Vz ACR E wooded LOTIn

I Return to Jax. Need Rider. BELLAIR WEST. Many

Name Contact Brian at 772.2184 781-3774 features. $12,500 and assume 7'/?
Office or activity to which assigned
VA mortgage. 264-6258
INDOOR ANTENNA For Color

TV UHF and VHF, RCA $10.00
I 67 CADILLAC Coupe DeVille
Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phjne: No. Signaturemust
Call 771-5977 (evenings) convertible. Full power, runs

1. Advertising will be accepted only from active provide all information requested ie: Full good. New tires, best offer over
military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and 72 IMPALA, 2 dr. hardtop, V-8, $600. Ext 2828 or 781-5604
NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature. grade or rank.rate, office or activity Autotrans, Power Disk Brakes,
to which he is assigned and office telephone. This
2. Free advertising in the "Flee MARKET"will Power Steering, Tinted Glass, 1973 Bradford AvocadJ GAS
information is for authentication only and your ad '
be limited to: Offers to buy sell or rent housingfor
should be worded independently of this information. Vinyl roof, air, perfect condition, STOVE Excellent Co-idltion.
personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell '
r personal property; offers of or requests for rides to 16,000 miles. Call 3216-3665 Reason for selling Convert to
5. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear in '
and from work; announcements of educational After 4:30
Electric $100 : weekdays
following edition is MONDAY N.)ON. Ads
courses offered by non profit organizations or 1 WATERBED Q-S w.frame 4
arriving after that date will be placed in the Anytime weekends 389-7291
governemenf agencies Ads for rentais. will be ac
following week's edition. Ads will be run only onetime 1 Mickey Thompson Mags 2 Sansui
cepted only if the wor"PCS" (for military), or
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the unless submitted as prescribed above. Speakers VS 30 Maint Admin Ext '72 BLAZER 4-W. D. 350 A.T.,
I Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the 8213 or 8212 Ask For Lauren
P.S., P.B., AM-FM Cur-
4. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I Mags,
carried
ad Ads for pets will be only when accompanied
I by the word "Free. "Flee MARKET" advertising The JAX AIR I tains, Hitch, 22,000 miles, Ex.
1 NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide For Sale 1971 CAMARO Red Cond. 786-7126
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I Sport Coupe, V8, Air Conditioned,
I "Flee MARKET" ad form which will be printed
I in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each.No I New Tires, Mag Wheels, Low 72 GRAN TORINO SPORT, Org.
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I Mileage, $2200 778-3348 Owner, 15000 miles Fully Equlpt

I accepted. I 302 Eng. Fireplace Screen Set
must be mailed to "Flee.TMARKET"
4. Complete ad forms
I Lake Lakeside Hills,
Georges ,
Editor, CO JAX AIR NEWS Bldg 1, B. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I 786-8795
I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above I 3Bedroom FURNISHED, Air
OR requirements will be rejected. The publisher Conditioned, New Bulkhead,
I "Flee.T MARKET" Editor, c.0 LATWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads I Lawn, Dock, Deep Well Call 389. '14 TRAVEL TRAILER Sleeps 5,
I HI, NAS Cecil Field. Flcrida 32215. These forms I 8961 Stove, Icebox, Sink. New Tires

-. -- --- ------------------ ----..---------. Used 1 season. Like New 786-7126

1959 EL CAMINO 3/4 ton BED, 1973 SCOUT II AT, 4WDr, Auto

Needs little work 786-6536 Hubs, Skid Plates, Many extras.
Take over payments Call 772-9626 Maple, Early American, Bunk or

i Spacious HOME and double LOT ....... .. t Twin.BED; SET Two dressers No

with attached rental Income For Sale: 16"MAGNAVOX TV mattresses Good Condition

FASHION apartment. Murray Hills $30,000 Black & White $60.00 or Best $150.00 264-8057WESTERN

Call LCdr Stover 772-3584 or 389. Offer Phone 786.1388 Ask for

6977 Harry SADDLE Custom

CAREER Pleasure Cutter-Double Cinch-
Wanted: SHOTGUN any gauge, ROOM SIZE RUGS 1 Green Breast Strap-All Hand tooled-

r reasonable Call evenings (except Nylon 1 Green Wool Shag Ex. Excellent Condition-Retails for

weekend) after 7pm 771-8075 cellent Condition Call 264-9401 $600.00 New Asking $250.00
Like to own a dress shop? .

YARD SALE: Furniture and For Sale: FORD Tot-Guard
2 STORY EXEC HOME In
'j All Name Brand Ladies Wear
Southside 2800 sq.ft. 4BR,2'/2BA,
Factory fresh Latest Styles
NOW LR & DR, Den w Fplc, Off Asume
Savings up to 50 Percent January Special! / 7V4 PCT. CTM$22,000 737.4061 Aft

5PM
Complete Inventory of Ladies Wear Complete 60 watt

Complete Redwood Fixtures AM-FM STEREO

Complete Training Program Record Player, with stand....
Visit our Stores, Talk to our Owners f I Antique platform ROCKING
POST OFFICE CHAIR. Completely refinished
Very high Earnings FREE DELIVERY
FAST
and reupholstered. Good Con.

dition. $125.00 cash Phone 264-
Investment$8950. Other Choice VENETIA DRUGS
4821 aft 4PM
Areas Nationwide. Call 904387.2163

"Your Neighborhood Pharmacist"

L 5501 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD PHONE 3846452ORANGE 17' Aluminum CANOE with car

top carriers, paddles, and life

preservers. All In good condition.

$175.00 or best offer. Phone 264-

4821 aft 4PM



Wanted: RIDE In car pool to and

t from St.Augustine. Work In Bldg.

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TOP "49ER" WHITE HAT-AMS1 Harry Wilhelm has been chosen
VP-49's Sailor of the Year. He was selected from the 300 enlisted men
in the squadron for his unsurpassed leadership and accomplishmentwhile
working as the assistant shop supervisor in the Maintenance
Department's airframes branch. AMS1 Wilhelm has also been
nominated as the Patrol Wings Atlantic Sailor of the Year. MustanqrHOMESINc.


I NWCA offers scholarships |


Jax Do you know a high school senior or graduate or college MOBILE .
student who needs a scholarship? If he is the dependent of an enlisted
member of the Navy,Marine Corps or Coast Guard,active or retired,
'he may qualify for one of those given by the Navy Wives Club of 5070 NORMANDY BOULEVARD 786.8110
America Scholarship Foundation. BLANDING BLVD., ORANGE PARK 264-0569
The national organization will be awarding 13 $500 grants this year. 4118 PHILIPS HIGHWAY
These scholarships may be used on obtaining college education, 7374366US
vocational, business or other training. One grant is designated for a HWY 17GREEN COVE SPRINGS 284.5616
student in furthering his Navy pre-med career.If .

you desire information,write to NWCA Jax No.86,P.O.Box 31317, ........GROWING...........BIGGER........AND.....BIGGER........TO...SERVE........YOU....BETTER.........AND.....BETTERI........'.........
Yukon, Fla. 32230 or ask any member of the Navy Wives Club of ,
MUSTANG MOBILE HOMES INC. $10000 :
$10000
N e
America. Deadline for application is April 15. .
=: Issued to _,_ __ ._____ ..__ _.___Telephone_.__ ____ :

:w Q( Address _____ __ _.___ City" .._ Stote_ Zip ___ D::
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GUITAR PLAYERS = Only _. C.ruhcot may be used "or", the GOOD UNTIL Purchos of a Mable Home VDtd unln pgned 9y .. TEN DAYS =:.
!! by art outhara.d eepresentona of ------- ---- -
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AFTER DATE :M: :
STUDIO d MUSTANG MOIILl HOMIS INC. OF ISSUE :w:
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;;v.. Saks-Repairs-Rentals!

I 1Ij_. .. ".' Music,IIIIII &IIJlIIIIIII'm Accessories_'..__.'.;W MILITARY DISCOUNTS

CLOSED. WEDNESDAYS_. AND SUNDAYS... .
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Tubeless B78.13 S14.98 S15.98 S1.81
Mazda rotaryenginewarranty I 08.13 15.49 16.49 1.93
1 E78.14 15.98 17.49 2.22
i 1'P' 4-Ply F78.14 16.98 17.98 2.37
G78.14 17.98 19.49 2.53

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how about that H78.15 18.9a 20.49 2.80

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For our recipe this week we have reached back into history to
recover a recipe for cookies remembered from childhood. We have '
determined this recipe to have been used well over 100 years ago. I
At every visit to grandma's there was always an abundance of
cookies known as "tea cakes." Sometimes they contained peanuts or
pecans, but regardless of whether they were plain or with nuts they
were always delicious.
Grandmas are known for their generosity so they were also plentifuland
a real treat to satisfy the sweet tooth of young and old.
Grandma passed away 15 years ago, but the memories of her tea
cakes, cooked in the oven of a wood stove, are still remembered as is
the love with which they were prepared.All .
of grandma's recipes were carried in her head and we had long t
since given up hope of recovering her tea cake recipe. However, on a
recent visit home a distant cousin gave us a recipe taken from a cook.
book that belonged to her grandmother that we believe is the duplicateof
the one grandma had so long ago committed to memory. hal r f \ '" '
Back in those days, the families were large and a recipe to satisfy
their demands called for large amounts of ingredients.This recipe can
be reduced in quantity for the smaller family.

INGREDIENTS: 1 cup butter Tea or Cakes ft cup each butter and shortening, fS j0 -1' LI% '\ )

IVfc cups sugar, 2 eggs, ft cup buttermilk, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 1
teaspoon baking soda, 6-7 cups flour. :1\T\\\
Cream butter and sugar, add eggs followed by buttermilk and

vanilla. Sift flour and soda together and gradually add to mixture. + __ _________ __ .
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Roll out to /4 inch thickness and cut with cookie cutter. -'-
Bake at 350 degrees until browned around edges ((10-12)) minutes. HS-11 CHRISTMAS SPIRIT-HS-11
Executive Officer Cdr. Mel Taunt plays Santa Claus to
Makes 10 dozen cookies. squadron dependents and inner city children from the Jacksonville area late last month. The Jax Air
Leave News regrets a typographical error in our Dec. 20 issue that gave another squadron credit for the
earningstatelllent project and extends a hearty"Well Done"to HS-11.

to be issued monthly


Jax Beginning this month, Enlisted Leave and Earnings
Statements (LES's) will be issued each month by the Navy Finance Let's Clean Up AmericaFor

Center, Cleveland.The .
first issue has been received by the Navy Finance Office here
and will be distributed in the near future for delivery to the individual.At Our 200th Birthday
present, the enlisted LS only Indicated base pay, allotments in
effect, and reenlistment bonus information for members whose expiration -
of active obligated service is within four months.
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JACKSONVILLE

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Applications for nominations are now slate at the annual meeting on March 71 CHEVY IMPALA4dr.ATR8HACP.S.Sharp $1795
being accepted for terms on the boardof 16th. 73 PINTO SW4spR&HIdeal 2nd Car $2495
directors and the credit committee.All $995
68 RAMBLER .,ATP.SACNiceTransportation
members over age 16 are eligible. Applications are available from any 71 TORINO 500 2dr.HTDarkGreenSharp& Loaded $1795
There are no background or experience credit union official, branch managerIn $1395
71 VEGA Panel 4cylATR&HNice
requirements-just the each credit union office, or memberof 70 TOYOTA CORONA 4speed,R&HAC $1395
desire to be part of credit union activities the nominating committee, which is 71 FORD GALAXIE 4drACATR&H $1495
and serve credit union made up of F.Ray Forrest, chairman CHEVY IMPALA4dr.ATR&HAC.NIce $1095
members. ((772.2481)); W. L. Purcell ((772.2409)); J.
F. O'Connell ((772-2610)); Captain J. T.
Each application will be consideredby Janus ((771-3211, ext. 261)); Michael
the nominating committee who will Cascone ((772.3253)). 69-73 TOYOTAS from 1095
select a slate of nominees from the
applications. The credit union Deadline for returning applications Is Several models to choose from
membership will then vote on this February 1st, so pick up yours today. CALL FOR DETAILS


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HAS JAX. Bldg. n HAS CECIL FIELD, Bldg.26hI
317.5622 or Base Ext 2431' I PHONE 3U.1391 I 7729894 or Base Exl 215
Hours Mon. Fn 9AM.4 30PM HoursMon..Frl.10AM.S:30PM: Sat.99AM.1PM : Hours Mon Fn 30AM.3.30PM f SMALL CArt pEALtR

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CONSUMER PROTECTIONBy ,, 1jI,.


Virginia Knauer -,' ,
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Special Assistant to the Presidentand ..

Director r1T'
Oflice)( of Consumer Affairs tt.

Have you ever been absolutely
stymied
on a
complaint about something you've purchased? !to ; dIB IIB I'ptNl

The store says it can't help you. The manufacturer !_____N 7 Q r _

doesn't answer your letter And you're left i.
with no place else to turn.

Or are you ? Happily[ a few forward-looki11g i

industries are setting up helpful places where consumers '-1<- r

can turn. I call them CAPs-consumer action
panels.


CAPs have already been dustry Consumer his
Advisory
organized in four industries Panel), Box 931, High Point
-appliances, carpets, furniture \.C. 27261.
and automobiles-and AutoCAP
uses local
I'm proud to say that my Office and state panels organized
of Consumer Affairs has under the auspices of the National

been the guiding force behind Automobile
Dealers
the establishment of Association. There 1r
are 12 ;; /
these We
panels. hope that pilot panels to service consumers .
before long more and more in the -
industries will be jumping on areas: following NO. 1 "DRAGON"--AT1 Larry L. Seaman has been selected as Patrol Squadron Fifty-Six's Sailorof

the bandwagon to help consumers Automobile Trade" Association the Year. Petty Officer Seaman has demonstrated an extremely high degree of knowledge and I
with complaints.How National Capital, ( Aim. Suite 505. professionalism in his rating and has been called in as a "consultant" on problems by other P-3C
do the panels work? Sr.!8401! ,. Connecticut 20015. Axe.. Chevy Chase. squadrons.

The machinery for each is Cleveland Automobile Dealers
slightly different, but the Association. 310 Lakeiiile Ave.. NW, FRA meeting
basic approach is similar. ('Jev ln nIl Ohio I 44113.Metropolitan 'r
First : Denver Automobile POOL WATER PHONE
bring your complaint Dealers Axxodation. Suite 101. '70 Jax-Shipmate President Bud
to the dealer who sold West Sixth Axe., Penxer Colo. ANALYZED 264-4586
you the product. If he can't 80.:!04. Spitzner, cordially invites all
Central Floiida Dealers Association members and eligible guests to .
help you, contact the manu
Suite 221. 1350 Orange Ave., attend the
regular
facturer. If that mo"e fails, Winter Park, 10'1132'789.' monthly
too, write to the consumer Idaho Auto Dealers Association. meeting of West Jacksonville,
action panel, which will helpto 2230 Main St.. Boise. Idaho 83706. Branch No 126 at the Fleet Now YOU can install you own in-ground
work out a fair way of resolving Kentucky Automobile Dealers Reserve Home at 7673 Blanding
your complaint Ky.Association 40601. Dox 498 Frankfort Blvd. at 8 P.M., Thursday, MARK SPITZ SPARTAN

Always send copies of all Greater Louisville Auto Dealers. January 17, 1974. Refreshmentswill
bills, receipts, letters and Association! 1103 I Hevliurn Building be served. SWIMMING POOL
332 W. Broadway, Louisville Ky.
other
documents. Keep the 4020.J.
originals in your own files. Oklahoma Auto Dealers Assoclntlon. Elections will be held for of- SAVE MONEY...
Here are the addressesfor 1601 City National Bank ficers of the Housing Corporationthat (your labor our tech) -
Tower Oklahoma City. Okla. '73102.
the four industry panels: owns the building.In oaQ PD
Oregon Automobile Dealers Association OR install.
:MACAP (Major Appliance Box 14460 Portland Ore 7 we ..
Consumer Action i 97214. v (Financing Available)
accordance with the housing
Panel) 20 N. Wacker Dr. Pennsylvania Automotive Asso
,
BID
elation Box 29,IS, Harrisburg Pa. Corporation By-Laws elections of I
Chicago, III. 60606. 17105. 688 KINGSLEY AVE
officers shall be held on the first
CRICAP (Carpet and Utah Auiomrtltile Dealers AsaotrUlloiwBox
ORANGE PARK, FLA
regular meeting of each calendar
Rug Industry Consumer Ac** 1019. Salt Lake i City.
tion Panel}), Itox 1568, Dai- Utah 84101. year, by a majority vote of the

ton, Ga. 30720. FICAP (Furniture In- Building. Seattle. Wash. 98101. the following regular meetingfor
1 a one year term.
"AImIE 3 T PI'SGREATNESS


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but the SERVICE is the Same

at... All Topless uead and by s'

KENNETH FELD iCi
BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCERS C, Siagad and Dlraelad by
/( RICHARD BARSTOWNEW +
11 AM til 2 AM Daily
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SEE THE MOST AMAZING MIXED
WILD ANIMAL ACT EVER DARED I

6332 PHONE BLANDING 771.8244 BLVD. NO GAS PROBLEMS HERE! ALL NEW! 104th EDITION.

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SAVE GAS! SAVE MONEY!! < '3 All.50 Seats-'4.50.u" :'SDI'SAVE SAT FRIDAY, MORNING$1.00 at 4:15:ON at PM KIDS 11:00 UNDER AM 12


RIDE A HONDA !I IAccording TICKETS_ Tax Included NOW ON SALE AT JACKSONVILLE COLISEUM
.
THE .. _CIVIC BOX OFFICE AUDITORIUM HEMMING REGENCY PARK TICKET SQUARE OFFICE

.FOR TICKET INFORMATION PHONE 6332900

FRAMERYFormerly THURS. SUN.

31thruJACKSONVILLE FEB.3
/' >. JAN.
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( Frame Circus)
COLISEUMPERFORMANCESThurs.Jan.31)1t30pm

( ) (TV 12 Family c
SMO BLANDING BLVD. Frl.Feb.1)4:1S&I:1Spm) ( ) Sat.Feb.2)( s11OOam.3:00&t:00pns
(Next to Plc'n Save at 103rd St.) : Sun.Fcb.3)l:00&5OOpm( :
PHONE 772-0500
< JOJi'BESJ stA T$ Maif t ls COilpon t da," Mil

: .:::.,'. ::;":'::: .::::.:::: :" :':.:.::::;.;,:,;::..:;:;;;::.:'. RINGLING BROS. A BARNUM A BAILEY CIRCUS Mo'a 0
Coliseum 300 W Water St. An. C H.tf
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Large Selection of Jacksonville, Fla. 32202
.. CUSTOM & READYMADE Numb of adult tickets it $ pr ticket $ .
bike Number of) child tickets It $ par ticket I,
the moat popular
FRAMES to a cycle magazine (UNDER 12 YEARS)
MIRRORS for '74 may be the CB-200. Driven at 55 miles per hour It Total Amt. of Check or Money Order $

PRINTS andORIGINAL will exceed 75 miles +per gallon.SEE THEM AT... BILL MY BANKAMERICARD No EXPIRESBILLMYMASTERCHARGEN0. .
PAINTINGS EXPIRES. ...

.;;:' .. .. .. SIGNATURE
rl NAME
(PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY)

10 % OFF! ; r CITY ADDRESS. STATE ZIP o .


I NEVER MAIL CASH! Maks check or monty order ptyital: to Ringlinf Bros, Circus
-.to all military personnel Enclose sill Iddrtmd. stamped nvtlopt
t to r Toes thru Friday Sat *to41H3

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-For our recipe this week we have reached back into history to
recover a recipe for cookies remembered from childhood. We have
.determined this recipe to have been used well over 100years ago.
At every visit to grandma's there was always an abundance of
cookies known as "tea cakes." Sometimes they contained peanuts or
pecans, but regardless of whether they were plain or with nuts they
were always delicious.
Grandmas are known for their generosity so they were also plentifuland
a real treat to satisfy the sweet tooth of young and old.
Grandma passed away 15 years ago, but the memories of her lea *
cakes,cooked in the oven of a wood stove, are still remembered as is .'S c1
the love with which they were prepared.All I
of grandma's recipes were carried in her head and we had long f'I
since given up hope of recovering her tea cake recipe. However, on a (
recent visit home a distant cousin gave us a recipe taken from a cook.
book that belonged to her grandmother that,we believe is the duplicateof ; :
the one grandma had so long ago committed to memory. .
Back in those days, the families were large and a recipe to satisfy
their demands called for large amounts of ingredients. This recipe can
be reduced in quantity for the smaller family.
Tea Cakes
it;
INGREDIENTS: 1 cup butter or V% cup each butter and shortening,
; IVi cups sugar, 2 eggs, fa cup buttermilk, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 1 ii
teaspoon baking soda, 6-7 cups flour. ; ; II
Cream butter and sugar, add eggs followed by buttermilk and
vanilla. Sift flour and soda together and gradually add to mixture.
Roll out to \4 inch thickness and cut with cookie cutter.

Bake at 350 degrees until browned around edges ((10-12)( ) minutes. HS-11 CHRISTMAS SPIRIT-HS-11 Executive Officer Cdr. Mel Taunt plays Santa Claus to
Makes 10 dozen cookies. squadron dependents and inner city children from the Jacksonville area late last month. The Jax Air
News regrets a typographical error in our Dec. 20 issue that gave another squadron credit for the
Leave, earning statement project and extends a hearty"Well Done"to HS11.Let's .


to be issued :monthlyJax


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Center, Cleveland.The .
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present, the enlisted LS only indicated base pay, allotments in
effect, and reenlistment bonus information for members whose expiration -
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CONSUMER PROTECTION



Ky Virginia Knauer

pt'dalssi tant to the President
and Director
OHice of Consumer Affairs
,
y
Have: you ever been absolutely A
stymied
on a
complaint about something you've purchased?

The store says it can't help you. The manufacturer -

doesn't answer your letter. And you're left
with no place else to turn.

Or are you ?! Happily, a few forward-looking ;r .;.,
industries ::;;,
are setting up helpful places where con-

sumers can turn. I call them CAPs-consumer action

panels.


CAP have already been duatry Consumer
Advisory
organized in four industries Panel), Box 931: High Point
-appliances, carpets, furni- X.C. 27261.
ture and automobiles-and AutoCAP
uses local
I'm proud to say that my Of- and state panels organized

fice of Consumer Affairs has under the auspices of the National
been the guiding force behind Automobile
Dealers
the establishment of Association. There
are 12 / '
these panels. We hope that pilot panels to service con- -
before long more and more sumers in the -
industries will he jumping on areas: following NO.1 1 "DRAGON"T1 Larry L. Seaman has hen-selected as Pa'trol Squadron Fifty-Six's Sailorof

the bandwagon to help con- Automobile Trade" Association the Year. Petty Officer Seaman has demonstrated an extremely high degree of knowledge and I
sumers with complaints.How National Capital A 1'/1.' Suite 505. professionalism in his rating and has been called in as a "consultant" on problems by other P-3C
do the panels work ? Mil.8101, Connecticut 20015. Ave, Chevy Chase squadrons.

The machinery for each i is Cleveland Automobile Dealers
slightly different, but the ,\ssociation. 310 LAkt'liele l Ave.. N\V. FRA meeting
basic approach; is similar. Clevvlimil Ohio 44113. 'r
:Metropolitan Denver Automobile POOL WATER i4 PHONE
First, bring your com- Ot'lIlel"IIICOC..' lulon. Suite 101. 70 Jax-Shipmate President Bud
plaint to the dealer who sold Went Sixth Ave.. Denver Colo. Spitzner, cordially invites all ANALYZED .,. 244-4586
you the product. If he can'thelp 80J04.:
Central, Florida Dealer Associ members and eligible guests to '
contact the
you manu-
ation. Suite 221. 1350 Orange Ave..
attend the
regular .C
facturer. If that monthly
more fails, Winter Park Fla. 32789.
too, write to the consumer Idaho Autii Dealers A oclAtlun. meeting of West Jacksonville,
action panel, which will helpto 2230 Maine St.. Boise Idaho 83706. Branch No. 126 at the Fleet Now YOU can install you own ground
work out a fair way of resolving Kentucky Automobile Dealers Reserve Home at 7673 Blanding
$ your complaint Ky.Vnsocifltion.40601. Box 498. Frankfort Blvd. at 8 P.M., Thursday, MARK SPITZ SPARTAN

Always send copies of all Greater Louisville Auto Dealers January 17, 1974. Refreshmentswill
bills, receipts, letters and Association! 1101 HeUiurn'' Building, be served. SWIMMING POOL
other 332 W. Broadway, Louisville Ky.
documents. Keep the 1020.

originals in your own files. Oklahoma Auto Dealers Aswclntlon. Elections will be held for officers SAVE MONEY... _.....
Here are the addressesfor 1601 City National Bank of the Housing Corporation (your labor our tech)
.
Tower. Oklahoma City Okla. 73102.
the four bA
industry panels:
that owns the building.In .
Oregon Automobile Dealers Association.
OR .
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pliance Consumer Action i 97214. (Financing Available)
accordance with the housing
Panel), 20 N. Wacker Dr., Pennsylvania Automotive Association BID
Box 29'5; Harrisburg Pa. Corporation By-Laws elections of 1
Chicago, III. 60606. 17103. AM KINGSLEY AVE
officers shall be held on the first
CRICAP (Carpet and Utah
Automobile Dealers
Association. ORANGE PARK FLA
Rug Industry Consumer Ac** ..Box 1019. Salt LakejCity regular meeting of each calendar
Utah 84101. year, by a majority vote of the
tion Panel}), Box: 1568, Dai-l
ton Ga. 30720. Washington! : State Auto Dealers members present, and installedat
's+ocaton.! 826 Joseph Vance
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I 679th and- NATTC hand Air Ops edges Hawks


Pelicans two tough-- lossesJaxThe P? then romps by MARTD
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679th Air Force Mike Adams, VP-45's to Jax-Air Ops made two ad he led the point totals for his
basketball team had to take the scorer with 32 and John Brtnsc: ditions to their win column last team. John Fruge scored 12 and
VP-45 Pelicans into overtime with 14 both fouled out. That le week in the National Basketball Larry Sheridan 11.
before they could saddle them it up to Kevin Lover to try to kec League when they edged the Lynn Klein was the Hawks
with an 87-82 loss last week as VP-45 in the game. Lover score Hawks 80-78 and romped past leader with his 27 points, 20 of
action resumed in the NAS Jax seven of the Pelicans nin MARTD 100-60. which came in the second half.
American Basketball League overtime points and finished wit The Hawks kept it close all they He was backed by Gil Starr's 14,
after the holiday layoff. 28 points. His totals included a JIJ' way but were unable to surpassAir Nick Larsen's 12 and Mark
Neither team was able to for 11 showing at the free thro Ops and Garry Pope was a Bujno's 13.
dominate the other during the line. big reason that they couldn't. Garry Pope outdid his effort
course of the game as 679th led Fouls plagued the Pelicans in Pope scored a total of 37, 24 of against the Hawks by two points
36-34 at the half and then different way when they m 'l' which came in the second half as when he scored 39 in Air Ops win
regulation play ended in a 73.73
over MARTD.
NATTC in their second game ":/ Barry Randolph
tie. The Pelicans into foul
ran the week. :, NDRC slips scored 15 and John Fruge 13 in
trouble in the overtime period, ... support of Pope's totals.
however, and 679th took full This time it was missed free GOING UP-.Brady Bearden
advantage of it to pull away for throws that contributed to their ((25)) goes up for two while the past HS-1
the win. downfall when NATTC came NarJax defenderand teammateBill FASO wins
Jeff Hergenroether was high roaring back from a 32-21 deficitat Rutledge ((42)) can do no more Jax-NDRC had to stave off a /'
point man for the winners with 28 halftime to edge the Pelicansat than look on in VP-5's 71-43 strong second half surge by HS-1
points. He scored seven of thosein the buzzer, 6564. victory over NarJax. Bearden to hang on for a 71-68 win as they fifth gameJaxFASO
overtime for half of his teams VP-45 was only able to make finished the game with 38 pointsas won their fifth against only one
totals in that period. He was six of 14 attempts for 40 per cent he led his team to their sixth loss in the American Basketball ran their record up
followed by John Schurtz,with 21, at the. free throw line while straight win without a loss in the League.Ike to five wins and two losses with a
Bill Hayman with 16 and Dennis NATTC was connecting on 15 of National League. (Photo by Oliver with 21 and John 74-58 win over VW-4 last week in
Carignan with 12. 20 for 75 per cent. Vince Jakucenis) Troupe with 20 led NDRC to their the National Basketball League.
win but they had quite a struggleat Leading the way for FASO
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HS-15 takes ;:::.;.:.:-:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:-:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.- -'-- PAGE 21

sixth straight r Basketball I Dragons unbeaten after three: I


L StandingsAMKKICANLKAGUK their Jax-The Dragons of VP-5Q won as he scored 22 of his 36 points. hIS-11 hit on 18 of 26.
second and third straight Teammates Ed Sullivan
and The Dragons had much
against MPO a easier
games without a loss in the Terry Brown tossed in
: American 16 and 10, time of it against the Hospital
Basketball
League last respectively.Mort .
Jax-HS-15 left W L week with victories team when they scored a 100-57
no doubt in the I1S-15 over Hospital McCarthy with 32, Livio victory
Military Personnel Office (MPO) VP-56 6 0 and US-il. Capilla with 24 and Bill Hoffman Larry Rawlins
team's mind that 3 0 VP-56 handed IIS-11 their first was again the
they with
planned to HS 11 16 were IIS-11's scoring leader for VP-56 with
keep their perfect record intact NDRC 5 1 loss, 90-88, after five straight leaders.An lie followed 37 points.
was
when they won their sixth AIMD 5 1 wins but they had to come back indication of the evenness with 15 and Mac by Summers Ed Sullivan with
straight with a 117-46 margin. 679th 4 3 from four points behind at between these two teams in this 10.
Levie Hamerterwas only three VP-45 4 4 halftime to do it. game was the fact that both Hospital's top scorers consistedof
points shy of outscoring the entire NATTC 3 2 Larry Rawlins was the second teams had 35 field goals and VP- John Whitehurst with his 17
MPO team when he picked up 44 HS-1 3 2 5 3 half floor leader for the Dragons 56 hit 20 of 27 free throws while and Bryant Fuller with his 14.
for HS-15. Claude Page added 20 MPO J j
Reggie Walker 15 and BillManning HOSPITAL 6
14 to HS-15's totals. FAPL 1 6 .
Tony Mirabella was MPO's 0 6 THIS YEARJHERE'LL BE LESS
I high man with 12 points. NATIONAL LEAGUEW

6 W L 0 SPACE TO STOP IN.YOU NEED

Davis' 31 AIR FASO OPS 5 6 2 2 A VOLVO MORE THAN EVER.

MARINE BKS 7
4
leads HS-1 HS-7 HAWKS 4 2 i
4 2
VW-4
Jax-Jerry Davis' 31 points MARTD 3 4
were the inspiration for HS-l's 3 4 .
MEDICAL <
second win against five losses NARJAX 1 4 ?ttw (Mf xfaa ..
last ,week when they dropped HC-2 1 6 ; a.
Hospital by a 73-53 score. DPD 0 4
0 6
Hospital had a lot of problemswith
fouls in this game as they Six straightfor ,
had four men foul out as well as yppyNNNwb.wbN YN.Y ..
having four technicals called
against them. Bryant Fuller was FoxesJaxVP5

their top scorer with 15 points. .
Jn F. asa 6.1. hs L.:
their
kept unbeaten
string intact at six games with a With more cars than ever on the road, there'll he less road than ever
Barracks takes 71-43 win over NarJax last weekin to stop in.

VW-4 the National Basketball So you should do your stopping with four-wheel, power-assisted disc
8680Jax League. brakes. And a pressure relief valve for the rear brakes to help prevent

Three men with over 20 Neither find the team seemed to be ableto swerving. And in ease of braking failure,you'll want a dual braking
points was the weapon used by hoop consistantly in system with each circuit about 80% effective. You get them all in a Volvo.Don't .
the first t half as the half ended .
the Marine Barracks last week to with VP-5 leading 2910. ,, stop with anything less.PARRISH. ,-.
send VW-4 l YYLO nrN/s A .YN7YAU0.
to an 86-80 defeat in Brady Bearden got things r..,
... :
the National Basketball League. rolling for VP-5 in the second half
Fred Singer with 26, W.J. when he scored 26 points to finish VOLVO
Bryant with 25 and Harry Hall up the game with a total of 38.Also'hitting'double .
with 22 combined to stop' the figures
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VW-4 trailed by 20 at the half Rutledge with 10.NarJax's .
and attempted a second half double-figure scorers
comeback on the strength of consisted of James Thomas with
Aubrey Wilson's 20 points. Wilson 17 and Harry Shorr with 10.
finished with 21 Alan Parker
scored 14.Spencer.
gel the job done
leads FRIENDLY I RELAXED
QUIET ATMOSPHERE

AIMD surge ;;'::': ,*
IDEALLY LOCATED FOR
Jax-Lee Spencer led AIMD to CECIL FIELD, N.A.S. JUST CALL... '
a 78-60 win over NATTC in the CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,
American Basketball League last CHURCHES AND ,
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pletely wipe out the one point lead Take 103rd to FirestoneRd. 3873566YOUR
NATTC held at halftime.Spencer's ., Turn South 2 Blocks
Past Forrest High School.
final total was 24 to
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I CECIL SPORTSBASKETBALL I

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are invited to participate in this
The Marine won the first half event. Initial possitions will be 4:'
basketball playoff game determined by a drawing to beheld
defeating VA-45 by a score of 76- 11 February 1974. Anyone
66. With a well balanced scoring entering the competition after
effort the Marines managed to that date will start at the bottomof
get six men in the double figure the ladder. For further information -

column; Craig15, Reynolds T 15, please contact ,
Davey14, Boutin -12, Mills10 ADRCRoberts at the station gym, 3V
and Frisby had 10. High point ext. 498.
men for the Blackbirds were OFFICIALS
Haas with 22 points and Garrett Officials for all sporting eventsare
with 20.The still needed. If you are interested L
game was tied 37-37 at you may attend an officials
halftime but as the third quartergot meeting January 22 at .
.
underway the Marines 1600. Please contact the station f
jumped out to a six point lead. It gym, ext. 498, for more information -
was a well played contest as the ,,; t"'Ii.b \!
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Marines displayed solid team- NOTICEAll ; _
work and discipline to win. sports Will be back in action ; /f 5<'
Congratulations to the victors on this week. Volleyball and .
a fine effort basketball both have a full TROPICAL ADVICE Actress Il
PADDLEBALLA schedule. First half champion Cecile Ozorio urges everyone to
Paddleball ladder will be Marines are the favorites to take have some sort of cohering when
going out in the tropical sun Iv- -I
with
Cecil Field the basketball crown
established at NAS even if it's jint a beach umbrella. -
soon. All active duty military NAMTD as the early favorite to (Photo Courtesy 20th Cen- A9&) diiIL _
personnel assigned to Cecil Field1oooooooooooooooooooooooo win the volleyball competition. tury-Fox) !

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I Winter meet hosted BOATING .N Fliers sweep two ; -


by lax Swim TeamJaxThe BITSBy

record
now 104By
Navy Jax Swim Team represented by Jennifer Fitz- Ron Howard
hosted its second Winter patrick with
her
third in the
Jax-Officers of the Navy Jax Jackie Hunt
Development Meet of the season breast
and fifths in free and fly. Yacht Club were officially in- JaxThe JAX FLIERS used a clutch basket by Garrypope and a
this Saturday at the indoor
past Brian Williamson was third in the stalled at a dinner held at a local stingy defense to sweep two games from Glynco this weekend and run
pool. back and fifth in the breast and restaurant Jan. 11. their record to 104.
The teams participating were free. Lin Jeffries was sixth in the Events included presentationof Pope's basket,his 16th and 17th points of the contest, came with nine
the 300 Club of Gainesville, back and breast events. door prizes, supplied by seconds remaining on the clock and gave the Fliers the final ad-
Halifax Swim Association, All swimmers over 12 swam in Graham's Boat Yard, introduction vantage of 74-73 in Friday night's game.
Leesburg Swim Association, the senior division where Judy of officers, speakersKen After leading 32-30 at the half, Jax used the second half scoring of
Daytona Beach Swim Milewski won first place ribbonsin Hespie, new commodore, Levi Hamerter,who scored 15 of his 17 points in the closing stanza, and
Association, Gainesville the 200 back and 200 breast. and John Landry, past com- Mort McCarthy, who had eight points in the second half, to hold off a
Recreation Department, Cocoa Kerry Fitzpatrick finished thirdin modore, dinner and dancing. A hungry Glynco squad.
Beach Swim Team, Good the back, fourth in the free and truly enjoyable evening, in- Glynco saw a chance to pull the contest out of the fire vanish when
Shepherd Swim Team and the fifth in the fly in this division dicitive of continuing cooperationto Bob Thomas missed a shot with two seconds remaining.
Arlington Company Swim Teamof while Barbie Langdon took fifth provide NJYC members the Pope and Hamerter led the Fliers scoring with 17 points each, while
Savannah, Ga. in the 200 back. best of social functions. McCarthy finished with 12.
Navy Jax swimmers per Bill Marriott made a fine The Navy Day Regatta has Tim Sullivan, Dave Johnson and Thomas led the Glynco point
formed admirably as evidencedby showing in the senior division been scheduled for resailing on makers with 21, 20 and 20 points, respectively.
eight-year-old Jacqui Bren- with second place wins in the 100 Jan. 20 due to unavoidable In- Defense was the name of the game for Coach Paul Tuggey's crew in
nock's four first place ribbons. free, 100 fly,and 200 breast. Briar. consistencies during the originalrace. Saturday's battle. Glynco's big guns of Friday night, Sullivan,
Jacqui won the 25 fly, 50 free, 50 Mason placed fourth in the 500 All those entered in the Johnson and Thomas,were held to a combined total of 14 points.
breast and 50 back events.For the free and 200 free and fifth in the October event have a prepaid Pope threw in 10 first-half points as the Fliers built a 38-27 half-time
boys in this age group Jimmy 100 fly and 100 free. His younger registration. New entries will lead. The Flier gun added eight more in the second half to finish with .
Lagdon was fourth in the back, brother, Markwas fourth in the have to pay the $2 registration. I, 18and combined with Hamerter ((17)) for nearly half of the Fliers totalin
fly and breast events and fifth in 200 back and Chip Lagdon was for one,would like to see an even the 71-54 contest.
the free. Jamie Brennock was fifth in this event. bigger turnout for the resailing. The Fliers play Patrick AFB Friday evening at 7:30: and Saturday
third in free and fifth in the back. The February meeting will be afternoon at 2:00: before facing Edward Waters College Sunday at 2
Patty Longo made an im The Navy Jax Swim Team is held on the 6th. A challenge to our p.m.All three games will be played at King Hall.
pressive showing in the 10-and- open to any child who can swim current membership is hereby
under events when she took first 25 yards and is interested in issued to bring prospective
place wins in back, fly and free. competitive swimming. Practice members, and a standing in-
Teammate Donna Jeffries took sessions are held at the indoor vitation to anyone interested in NO MONEY DOWN !

seconds in the free and back and pool Monday through Friday at 5 boating to attend the meeting.A .
for E2's and
thirds in fly and breast. In the p.m.For correction to the last articleis Financing up !
boy's division John Brennock was further information about that Ken Hespie does not own a -
second in back and free, third in the team contact Joan Glaraton Lazer. It's that other great sailor, 66 MUSTANG f --- \\

fly and fourth in breast. at 388-8737 or Pat Kangas at 264- Herb Elphick. Contrary to 66 CHEVELLE 2DR HT < S .
The 11-12 age group was 6084. popular belief, that was not a *

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resume my education. I will

THE GOLF MEETING? The price includes the round trip never forget the club nor the
Jax--An organizationalmeeting transportation costs from NAS wonderful acquaintances that I
for the upcoming Intramural Jax by Chartered coach and have enjoyed. You are a growingand
golf season was held at entrance fees to "SEAWORLD". progressive organization andI 1
wishesfor = Big Chief Say:
with best
leave ;
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yesterday. If your unit or com- restaurant facilities are continued success.

mand plans to compete but did available in the park. lf a lorn.ulo ihre.ilciis xmir' IHUIIC llw Free Front Wheel
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Guaranteed against wear.out for a specific number of miles, If
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