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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1974
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CPO "Speaks Out"POMO .



burgers below standard. ?


It is atrocious to think known hamburger chain- costs 70 cents; a regular The quality of the "burger" wmcn Is the

that hamburgers sold outlets to establish hamburger at the POMO hamburger used at POMO take-it-with-you kind,
aboard NAS at Navy themselves aboard NAS cost 80 cents-and this just cannot be of lesser quality costs 79 cents and the ones

Exchange facilities and Jax-next to the POMO begins one's "food" for because, according to the you buy at POMO cost 80

clubs cost more without a Club or NEX cafeteria.The thought. manager of the club, they centsserved at your table.

corresponding better hamburger sales at Signed: One person who use chopped sirloin for Recently the price of
quality than hamburgerssold our Club or NEX facility believes the NEX system their patties. According to beef took a huge jump but
by nationally known information we have POMO did not raise
would drop to near zero as should be totally done their
hamburger chains a result if this were done, away with and a $30 in obtained, the national prices as did one of the
This thought can be put in this writer's personal crease in pay per month chains use hamburgermeat other clubs on the base.
to the test by inviting any opinion.A used to replace this with a fat content of Instead, POMO removed

one of the nationally McDonald's Big Mac "fringe" benefit, YNC 25 percent whereas the the french fries and

Walter L. Weir POMO chopped sirloin hasa replaced them with

Commentary fat content of 20 percent.It "chips".
was found that the Another thing about the
Letters to ."Speak out" POMO jumbo hamburgerwith prices at POMO: the 80c

Black History Week letter are investigated from and this "the works" does tag for the deluxe ham-

our distraughtChief cost more than those burger is an all day price.It .
is
more'tokenism"By others. no different than purchased from the local does not cost more at
just
chain. The civilian4ype night.

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Jax Black History Week Ron Bayles is upon us. A message says HELPWANTED KITCHEN

we must celebrate it. I L I

"Special" arrangements are being made with the
Navy Exchange and the Enlisted Men's Dining Hall and
SAILOR OR WAVETO Jax-Noting that this was Black History Week we
clubs to have a "special" day set aside on which each
WORK FULL TIME resolved to provide our readers with a soul food recipe.We .
will have a "special" display, serve a "special" mealor ATNASPAO
not to soul food it
are newcomers as was everyday
have a "special" guest speaker. "Special" moviesare Call JOt Lucas
to be shown and a play about 400 Years of Changesto 772-2379 fare throughout our childhood and youth. We ran into a
be provided.All hitch though when we asked for a contribution from one
of the brothers and he came through with a recipe for
of these "special" activities were dropped us
upon
bread pudding. We looked it over and it appeared to be
by higher-ups, saying we should have a "special" week
assigned for Black Hstory-"To Make America Un- Oak Leaf wivesset in order. However, after he had left the office it occurred
derstand!" that the eggs in the recipe were given in fractions of a

This is fine and dandy, but what will happen after this luncheon cup. We were unable to convert cups to number and our

"special" week is over? Will we go back to being Jax-The Oak Leaf Wives contributor was unavailable by phone for assistance so

ignored, abused, misquoted, exaggerated and set aside Club has scheduled a we have substituted another recipe for bread pudding.
with I luncheon for Feb. 20 at This one is taken from a U.S: Department of Agriculture
no understanding the other 51 weeks of the year? 11:30 a.m. at the Club bulletin
Those among you who are still ignorant will interpretthis Continental in Orange
commentary as saying Blacks aren't satisfied. Let Park.A Bread or Rice Pudding
me set you straight.I'm Jacksonville jewelerwill INGREDIENTS:
be on hand to speak to 2 cups milk
only speaking for myself and from my observations,.
and I'll tell you that I'm not satisfied-will not be the group about gems. 1% cups soft breadcrumbs or. .,. ,. r
The Oak Leaf Wives Club .
1 cooked
satisfied-until,: all this "token" appreciation is done is comprised of the wives of cup rice
away with. Medical and Dental Corps 1 ,tablespoon butter or oleo

The Navy has made great strides forward in its officers. 2 eggs, beaten :. "

handling of minority members with the emergence of V, cup sugar (increase to 1/3 CUD"i'_ \ .

the race relations centers and seminars. But there are when using rice) .>{/t.fW"fc *\: _
still minds wallowing in discrimination-and; it is not all y teaspoon saltIJ3
in the minds of the whites! D aC cup raisins or nuts '

This "special" Black History Week, To Make America ww Heat milk; add breadcrumbs rice, and fat.

Understand, will not touch the multitude as it should andit Add sugar, salt, and raisins or nuts to eggs, then

won't touch the ones who still live in a fantasy world NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT slowly stir in the hot milk mixture.

like ,in The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman. Pour into greased baking dish, set in pan of hot water.

Black History Week should be like all history: 52 Sunday Bake at 350 degrees (moderate oven) 1 hour, or until
weeks a year. Divine Worship 8:30: am. set. Serves four.Exchange.

Can you understand that, America? at Church All School Saints 9:30 Chapel.a.m.
Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
All Saints Chapel.
Junior Youth Fellowship
expects
1J:30 p.m. Senior Youth
jrAX; A*** : ,w4 Fellowship 1:30: p.m.
Evening Worship 7:30
p.m.
at the Small Chapel. more from AmericanJaxThe
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspcrpe
distributed each Thursday; at the U.S. Naval Air Station. Tuesday
Jacksonville Florida bv the Holt Publishing: Company, a Senior. Choir Rehearsal 7p.m.
private firm. All Copy submitted for!.IoSen th-JAX AIR NEWS Christian at Science Bldg. Service 750 and Navy Exchange has changed from Shell Oil
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 7. NAS p.m. at the Small 'hacel 8 Company to American Oil Company products.
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News Only American Oil Company credit cards are being
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 NAVAL HOSPITAL honored and
applications
Divine for them available at the
or 3119. Worship 9:30: a.m. are
"Everything advertised in his publication must be made at St. Lukes. Navy two-week Exchange Service Station, they will be coded for

available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to NATTCProtestant processing.
race, creed, color, national origin or sex off the purchaser, Service, Worship To help eliminate some of the traffic problems at the
user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this E Building 500.10:30 a.m. in gas station, Langley St has *been made street
a
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the from Enterprise one-way
to
refusal to print advertising from that source" CATHOLICSaturday customers Birmingham for gas station
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Mass 5 p.m. at only.

concerning o.< such should be directed to: Sunday St. Edward's Mass 8 a.m.Chapel.and 11 The ten gallon per customer limit is still in effect.

"'10 THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY a.m. Daily Mass-Monday.
\:f:. .s 4565 Shirley Ave.,Jacksonville, Fla.32210 Tuesday Frlday.11, :Thursday a.m. Wednesday and-
AI"lIA"NlI""I"ono>?-, Telephone 387.3566 ,. Mass 11:30:: a.m. at CONSER VEENERGY
the Naval Hospital Chapel.
Saturday Confessions 4:30
I VOL. 31 NO. 46 FEBRUARY 14, 1974 to 5 p.m

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JAX AIR NEW-AIRWINGER PAGE 3


Medical discharges :

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some misconceptionsBy y 1Y

iHiLT R. A. ""::1[, t'S%IRC
It is not the purpose of the following Current guidelines for physical I
to give an exhaustive account -
disability separations not only IH 4t
of the medical discharge make it clear that a dP -rmina-
process but rather to clear up a tion of unfitness requires more iFa
common misconception regard than medical evidence, but also
ing such separations. That is, the provides for the retention of personnel ,.,. s
belief that the and 't'
process begins found unfit on a limited assignment f
ends when a doctor discovers a status.A -\.l\ : / .
physical disability.
determination of unfitness is
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a finding that an individual is
To many, the doctor's diagnosis unfit to perform the duties of his ?'.>"> ,. 'u.. Ii
represents automatic termination office, rank, grade or rating. As 1.1. _
of military service. For some,
long as a person continues to perform -
who share this
misconception, his duties, he is presumed to
the doctor's findings are a bless- be physically fit for duty. Al

though this presumption is undermined -
ing; but for career-oriented mili-
by clinical evidence of a
tary persons, particularly those '
nearing retirement, physical dis- physical disability, it can only be \,
ability separation can mean a overcome by evidence showingan .<
substantial loss of benefits. Regardless inability to perform There f."'>.. ... "....i '
fore,evaluation boards "'"' ...
must consider ,
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not only the doctor's findingsbut .
of the
differing reactions '
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both are incorrect becausethe also any evidence offered by :, ,:' .. A .
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discovery of a disability is just the service member's supervisorsand >> a
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the beginning of the discharge work associates as to his abil- -
PROFESSIONAL ACHIEVEMENT CITED-PT2 AlvIn E. Murphy awarded. the Navy
process. ity to perform his duties.
Achievement Medal by Capt. E.R. Sourbeer, FICEUR CO., as Petty Officer Murphy's wife, Kitty,
I looks on. PT2 Murphy was cited for "professional achievement in the superior performance of dutiesas I
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Mushrooms recalledJax I IFz


-All 2-ounce and 4-ounce cans of mushrooms with the following
label have been recalled by the Navy Resale Systems Command
Headquarters and the Navy Resale Office due to suspected con
tamination:
"Royal Treat Brand" Packed by Tite American Mushroom Co.,
Ecuador (S.A.), A Subsidiary of American Mushroom Co.,
Wilmington, Del., Product of Ecuador. j
Persons who bought these mushrooms should return them to the f/)
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14, 1974 JAX AIR NEWS AIRWINGER
-. PAGE I tO'Club
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plans Mardi GrasJax

The Navy Regional Medical Center will sponsor a "Mardi WE %
Gras"Feb.16 at the NAS Jax Officers Club starting at 12:30: p.m.
Steak,eggs and champagne will be featured on the menu and two DO ? !J
bands will furnish the
entertainment. .1
Dress is an appropriate costume or semiformal and prizes will be l IT t:
awarded for the best costumes.
Charge will be $5.50 per person.No 1NAVYACHIEVEMENTMEDALPO1B.T.Greeneispresented ALL!

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PAGE 6 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER


Supply Corps marks anniversary

"service to the Fleet I

197 of 1 .. .
years sophisticated electronics "black DOxes..tnsteadof
now supplies
... Jax-It
l. cannonballs and cutlasses,but it is still the same Navy Supply Corps
of"Service to the Fleet"on Feb.23.
179
f', which celebrates years
'I' \g,.. Supply Corps history started in 1795,when Congress created the post
t of Purveyor of Public Supplies. The first holder that position,Tench

i'z I i- :* early Francis Navy, was, which responsible consisted for supplying of six wooden material frigates.The requirements. to our

same legislation that authorized construction of those ships had
required that there should be one purser or warrant officer rank
aboard each ship. Since the purser's function was to keep enough
supplies on board, with support from vendors ashore, the combined
ashore and afloat responsibilities found in today's Supply Corps of-

ficers were created.
i Throughout the past 179 years, the Supply Corps has developed a
support which has made it possible for a rapidly
of logistics
.. krry capability
around the
f w +. .IY. changing Navy to project American sea power globe.
Through the years, the Supply Corps has turned to industry and the
public for officers and huge quantities of combat material.The .
first resupply of a Navy vessel at sea took place during the
blockade of Tripoli in 1801 when the ketch Intrepid transported fresh
r S ht er provisions for the blockading squadron. This early innovation was the
+ forerunner of modern transfer-at-sea methods used by the service

forces to replenish warships underway.In .
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u : the years which followed, the Supply Corps established general
: stores and central messing systems, modernized the Navy's accounting -
: methods and published the first standard stock catalogs..
K Y During the past 19 years, the Corps has been a leader in applying
computers and advanced business management techniques to

: military support requirements.
Inventory control points, stock points ashore such as the one here,
# and ships at sea now use high speed data communications between
their respective computers. The result is an integrated supply system
dedicated to providing rapid response to the demands of our operating

have changed, but the goal remains the same. forces.
TRIPOLI OR THE MED-.The methods may
Today's Supply Corps Officer is one of a team of 4,800 business
is demonstrated by the Navy Supply Corps.
at-sea
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reduction in fuel oils of all kinds. The pinch will iin d
ffeUM Job
be felt most strongly in the area of heating and power,but o O r

fuel for automobiles is going to be on the". hard to get"
list. There are many contributing factors in the so-called
"Fuel Crisis" and recent developments in the Yom Kippur
War are only adding to the problem.The obvious questionat
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The Car Pool-the practice of using one individual's
vehicle by a group of persons heading to work in the same
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ing. There are other benefits for the Car Pooler's such as MILEAGE THRU THE

use of"Fast Lanes"on the bridges and on highways JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER
leading into major cities-not to mention the personal WANT ADS!
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the ecology!
Here,however, the more tangible incentives for using a t7
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'400 Years' performed at NAS


Dy Jackie Hunt
Jax-There is,and in all probability will be for some time,controversy about the validity of Black
History Week. The celebrations are going to be defended to the last by those feeling it to be a
necessity in today's White oriented society. On the other hand, it is going to be seen by many as

"another piece of tokenism".

Whatever your views on the subject, you need to see the Afro-Theatrical Group's production "400
Years of Changes".A version of this dramatic play was presented by the Group in King Hall Monday ---wt
night in opening day celebrations of Black History Week. .
Kelly,
under the stage management of Mr.Marvin __
Despite a less than expected turn-out,the Group,
brilliantly dept t the plight of the American Black man for the past 400 years from the African
jungles and tribal dance to the American ghetto and the Saturday night party.
One of the most moving and best portrayed scenes of the play was the slavery and slave trading
scene. The Group adds emphasis to the scene with moving renditions of"Go Down Moses", "Swing
and "Morning is Here, Gotta Move On".These songs
Low Sweet Chariot", "Where is my Country"
combined with slave auction scenes and auctioneer cries of, "This Nigger claims he's the son of an
African Chief.Can I get$5 thousand for him?",adds an air of authenticity to the word"slavery".
the
The play moves rapidly through the annals of time,pausing to show changes in the life style of
Black man,but never in the happy-go-lucky attitudes which motivate him.
we1 left frr
The church is spotlighted with its collections and prayers and a powerful sermon. "When Z
Africa,we were not called Niggers.We were not called Negroes.We were not colored.Why should we
be now?," the screaming minister wants to know.
From the church the group moves into the party,noting that the ceremonies and rituals performedin
the two are not so unlike.After scenes of "partying"and "boogying"the play concludes with its

most In the powerful closing scene.act,a young boy is raped of his resistance to drugs by his junkie brother and Slimthe
drug dealer,while another of the boy's junkie brothers pleads with the pair to give the boy a chance to

live a normal life.
The play will be repeated in King Hall tomorrow at 7:30p.m.Uyou are one of the few who don't see
how Black History Week will help America to understand,maybe you should attend.

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S I;S saying,"This here Nigger claims he's the son of an African Chief. CanI
C'u lie c.e..i U"'" Standing; Boulevard get$5 thousand for him?"The scene was part of the play "400 Yearsof
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BytlUPLAINM. L. TK\\MCK
team llis coach showed him .1
how
When Johnny 6 .
was years old, to block
and at the r
he was with his father when they same time grab
were caught speeding. His father the the opposing end by the shirt so _1 ( '.; :
official
couldn't __ H" ( ,
see it. "It's
handed the officer
$5 bill ,
a with O.K., "
kid the __
manager said,
his driver's license. "It's O.K., "Everybody does it"
son." his father said as they drove
When he was 18, I
Johnny and
off. "Everybody does it." a
neighbor
applied for a college r
When he was 8, he was presentat -
a family council presided over ginal scholarship.student.Johnny His was a mar. I

by Uncle George on the surest in the upper3 per cent neighbor of his class was, J'2T .. ,
means to shave points off the income but he couldn't ,
play right guard.
tax return. "It's O.K.," his Johnny got the assignment "It's i .
uncle said. "Everybody does !
it. O.K. 'they told him. "Everybody
When he was 9, his mother took does it." \
him to his first theater
produc When he
was 19, he was
tion. The box approached ANaw
office man couldn'tfind
by an upper classman \
any seats until his mother who offered the test answers for _
discovered an extra $2 in her
$3. "It's O.K. kid," he said. \t
purse. "It's O.K., son" she said. "Everybody does it."
"Everybody does it." Johnny
was caught and sent
When he was 12, he broke his home in disgrace."How could you
glasses on the to school. His
way do this to your mother and me?"
Aunt Francine persuaded the insurance his father said. "You never l re M 0 >
company they had been learned anything like this at
stolen and they collected $27. "
home. His aunt and uncle also __ _.
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"It's i
O.K.
kid she added.
shocked.If
were .
"Everybody does it." BATEMAN RETIRES-Robert M. Bateman, former manager of the Navy Exchange Laundry
there's one thing the adult receives a plaque from Cdr. L.C. Gray of the Navy Resale System Office as he retires after nine
When he was 15, he made right world can't stand, it's a kid who years with the System.
guard on the high school football cheats. .




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Each hospital, civilian or military, has its own "code" for ; ,. ( '.". '.<.{""f....", c
patients who are in cardiac arrest so that the news may be rapidly '
spread to the hospital staff without causing undue alarm to other
personnel. The Naval Regional Medical Center's code is "CRT", t
meaning Cardiac Resuscitation Team. tJ -1
Since keeping one select "CRT" available 24 hours a day would be :
impossible, the alarm response to a "CRT" call involves numerous 1L*
personnel,all of whom respond no matter what the hour may be. .
In these photographs,we have a patient in cardiac arrest arriving at ,I.
the Medical Center Emergency Room. As the patient is brought ;
through the door,the first available physician makes a rapid! check of i
the patient to confirm the tentative diagnosis. This exam includes a s ', f
rapid check of the patient for heart tones,distance pulses, respiratoryeffort
pupils, color, all within seconds.If \ :
the diagnosis is correct, almost immediately a flurry of activity .
begins while medical personnel sound the general "CRT" alarm. The 4't
emergency room physician begins basic resuscitative steps. '
Basically, three steps are needed; (1)) establish an airway, ((2)
establish ventilation, ((3)) establish circulation. A suction apparatusand
a "bag-and-mash" with oxygen are used to establish an airway '"'rV/ -
and effective ventilation while an assistant begins closed chest
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massage. "
As soon as more personnel arrive on the scene, an elect
trocardiogram machine is attached to the patient and an intravenousroute ::" .J. '" "
is established.The I. :
two major specialists responding to the "CRT" call are the ;'t/' :: .
Anthesiologist and Cardiologist. The Anthesiologist assumes :...... t. .
responsibility for the airway passage and ventilation normally bv i -
attaching the tube to an inflative bag with oxygen. He also assists the -TRANSFER patient from stretche
Cardiologist in keeping track of the metabolic functions which may L lI'd.; 4
need altering during resuscitation.The -= .' -

Cardiologist's major concern is with the heart itself and he is NURSE...- .. placing.... .. -"CRT". : call.
responsible for determining the type of arrest and making major
decisions in attempting to correct the problem. This involves interpretation r r
of the electrocardiogram, judging signs of proper cir
culation, administering medication and, perhaps the utilization of
"countershock" or defibrillation.If .
the resuscitation attempt is sucessful, the patient is then taken to
the Medical Intensive Care Unit where he will be given physiological
support and his condition stablized as much as possible.
He will require several days of close observation and varying
treatment by medical specialists and skilled nursing personnel beforehe
is allowed to leave the Intensive Care Unit for the wards, and
eventually home.
The training of the "CRT" members is a continuing process and
reveals its results in the many lives that are saved each year
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THE Jt NAS on 'Jot PCS orders For $41,600 264-8091
Flee-T MARKET
$ Sale Phone 7;1-8819

A FREE PERSONAL WANT AD SERVICE Complete Set of Whitehall
for Military and Civilian Employees rf HAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field For Sale: 7 year old PINTO, 3 DRUMS with Ludwig HI-Hat and

.------------ -a.a.a.a ----a.awa..ra.sj .' year old STUD, 3 year old mare. 20" Zlldian| Cymbal Excellent
U All three are ponies. Pinto & Stud Condition $250 772.1758

j FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM II I about 14 hands. Mare is smaller.All .

Green Cove Springs WANTED Cedar
(ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) I Tame. CAR POOL
284-9440 or 772-2379 Lucas Hills to NAS Bldg. 920Post( Of-

I ficeWork) hours 0800-1630 Mon-

1I I Assume payments: 1970 MONTE Fri Ron 772-2148 or 786.5181

CARLO 350 2 BBL 3 speed .
I
I Hydromatlc. HT PS, CAR POOL, Ride or Riders,

I I P B, AC, Radio, 8 track, 25 Normandy Village to NAS Bldg

payments at$98.12 per month 781- 27NX( ) area. Work hours 0900 to

I TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW 'I'II 2538 1730 Mon-Frl Brian 772-2184 or

BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. 781.3774
For Sale: 1965 FORD FALCON
I
Wag.: 6cyl Stick $300.00, Admiral
I I HOUSE for Sale: 3Bedrooms, 2
21.4 cu.ft.REF-FREZNo Frost,
BathsKitchen, Living Room,
; NameI Office or activity to which assigned Harvestgold, 2 mos old $285.00 Dining Room, Family Room,
II Modern Walnut BEDROOM
I Central Air & Heat, Fenced In
SUITE, double bed, chest of
Back Yard. 264.5258
i Rank.Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature drawers, & vanity with mirror

$110.00 Phone 38738385'By6'
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, Ie: Full I FREE PUPPIES to good homes,
I military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I STEEL BUILDING, White half Pekingese, 1 male and 2
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity I with Light Green Trim, 2 weeks females, Call 264-8814 after 1730

I 2. Free advertising In the "Flee-T MARKET" to which he Is assigned and office telephone. This old, $84.00 New will take $60.00
Information is for authentication only and ad I
will be limited to: Offers to buy,sell or rent housingfor your 771.4725 TIRES: Matching set, 400 miles,
I should be worded independently of this Information.
personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I
HR70xl5 Steel Belted Radials
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to
and from work; announcements of educational S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear in I 1965 CHEVY SS Impala 396 Sold Vehicle 778-2023
I courses offered by non profit organizations or -following edition Is MONDAY N.ON.' Ads I Rebuilt Engine, AM-FM Stereo,
arriving after that date will be placed In the
I governement agencies. Ads for rentais will be accepted Excellent Tires, $595.00 or trade
following week's edition. Ads will be run only one I For Sale 197216' Snlpesail BOAT,
only If the words "PCS" (for ,
military) or for
350 or larger 771-
motorcycle
I "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the time, unless submitted as prescribed above. I Inclu les trailer north sails and all

I Jacksonville area) are included In the wording of the 4725 other necessary equip. For more
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied 4. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I Information call 771.8761
I by the word "Free". "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR I For Sale 2 Utility Type
I NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide (Evenings)
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I TRAILERS $10 each. Call 772-
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed 2516 or 2517 0800.1600
In each edition of our Ads written In longhand 4 Firestone TUBELESS Tran-
I paper. 7. All ads'must be limited to 20 words each. No
will be rejected. more than two ((2) ads per week per person will be I For Sale, Portable REMINGTONQuiet sport 500 Wide Oval. 9.50x16.5

I accepted. Writer Typewriter Excellent Less than 2,000 miles. $300.00
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee.TMARKET" I
Editor, JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 1, Cond. $30 Adding Mach firm 786.7659
co
t. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I
I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above $25, Lawn mower $10. 384-7322
OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher I 1966 FORD Custom 500 Great on
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor, c.0 AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads I 72 FORD VAN paneled Inside gas, Motor |lust completely
I NAS Cecil Field Florida 32215. These forms
111 2, like tires
sleeps new clean In
_______ __ I overhauled $400.00165.7835DISHWASHER
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ForSale973:| CHEVY,ton Pickup $295.00 Call 384-6856 after 6PM Sale 9 PC. DINETTE SET $2750 will consider trade 264-4609 KENMORE,

L.W.B. V-8 Standard RH, AC with Wood grain Table Top-Like Avocado, 4 wash cycles, cutting

Low mileage $100.00 and assume 1966 PLYMOUTH VALIANT 2dr Brand New$50.00)AlsoSome( ) CPO 1966 AMBASSADOR V8-4door, board top, front load, 18 monthsold

payments Cecil Field Ext. 257 Slant 6 A.T. Good on gas $395.00 White tops 264-6198 after 6 PM. radio & heater Automatic $125.00 Excellent 772.3067

Call 384-6856 after 6PM transmission. Runs Excellent, ext. 43 or 264-4120

1972 MONTE CARLO, like new, BOAT, Motor, Trailer. 14ft Will sacrifice. For $375 or best RIDER or RIDER Wanted: To

PSPBACAT, AM Radio with 1965 OLDS 88 For Sale: Radio, Runabout Ski BOAT, 35HP offer. Call Charlotte at 249-4147 or Atlanta Roundtrip leaving NAS

'stereo tape,26,000 miles. Call 771- Heater, Factory Air Con Evlnrude, tilt trailer, Many 772-2914 Jacksonville February 15 Afternoon

7505 ditionlng. One Owner, less than Extras. $650.00 Call 771.9129 Returning February 18
Brick HOME, 3BR,2BA, 2 Car
56,000 miles. Asking $395 Call 264-
Spacious HOME & double LOT Evening; will share expenses:
RIDE Wanted from Gar, Room
Green Cove 9401 Family carpeted, 771.5977
with attached rental Income
Springs to Supply and return
Bldg. 110 apartment. Murray Hills $30,000 .!.{,
Mon-Frl 8:30.4:00: : 1968. DODGE Custom Sports v ,
Call LCdr Stover 772-3584 or 389-
shift. Call Mr. Parkinson Ext. Van
wagon Low mileage, one 6977
2911 ...._.... owner AT, very clean 339 u .

<. \ 1967 CHEVY BEL-AIR, 2dr. 283 McIntosh Ave. Orange Park 14' Razor Back BOAT 50H.P. ., ,. o
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Might restore the old desire.
Who himself would not take pay,
Ominous were the misgivings Not only served his people,
<7 MUSTANG Auto RH PS Fact.AC 289
Toward this man who courted fame, But gave his youth away engine $795 Cash

In that long log cabin near Newburgh,
THE FIRST UNITEDPENTECOSTALCkuRCH Where new revolts might have been bred, 45 MUSTANG Auto R.H. 289 engine $595 Cash
Not a dry-eyed soldier faced the sunlight,
Extends to You Cordial And the Newburg plot was dead! 64 DODGE 4dr Sedan Auto V8 PS PB
Welcome to All Services
$25 Cash
Sunday R.H. Fact AC
Sunday School 10:00 a.m.
NO MONEY DOWN !
Morning,Worship 11.00am.: 61 BUICK4dr Sedan Auto V8 PS PB RH
Evangelistic 7:30pm.Thursday : Like New Also $295 USSR
Drives
Fact.AC Runs & -
BibleStvdy. 7:30p.m. Financing for E2's and up! new tires
Friday HAVE OTHER SELECTIONS
Youtn Service 7:30: p.m. 66 MUSTANG

REV. W.L.433.Druid COHRON.Avenue PASTOR 66 .CHEVEllE 20R HT I NICK[SEGAS USED CARSHours J

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Off: 3497140 Res: 39? 5448 70 BARRACUDA L.SIT.H 8 Strip _
-.r \/t..A.J ----
PAT'S USED CARS "" : Sam to Born (Closed Sunday!)
890 CASSAT (Next to Uunkln Donut) 786.7990
1336 N. MAIN ST. PHONE 358.0881

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is the timeto CARNABYSHOPr 1 I I80UTIQUE II

call me for the best I

car insurance value anywhere.

Frank H. Tally [ ALL MEN



C.LU. ...present their Fantastic .

1645 Cassat Ave.
Ph. 384.2226 GEORGE WASHINGTON'S 242nd BIRTHDAY

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like neighbor a good stAn eState 'AIM SS IL J

Farm @7 Q>

is there.INIUUNC

SPECIALS ON KNIT TOPS
DOLLAR
COMMIT star rasa NOME MU''L'OmCI H10MOIHI:IIOOUINCTDI.IIUIIMt ILL. SILVER


FOR THE ULTIMATE PATRIOTIC PANT REDUCTIONS
SATISFACTION OF A ,


STAR & STRIPES SPORT COAT SALE .' .


GREAT NEW SPRING STYLES TOO!! oil


Florida's TOGETHER Fashion Shows

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HOURS: MONDAY thru SATURDAY 10AM to 9PM

SEEMOONMULLINSLCdr.USNRtt.AT ROOSEVELT MALL GATEWAY CENTER CAP ABY SHOPOOUTIQUEorALL 4

( PHONE 765-9664
388-9579 MEN'
PHONE
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poI oJ BENEFITS

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FROM..YOUR-STATE&BONUSES

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OF JACKSONVILLE

SALE > ..SERVICE PARTS Y

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4h- In .1 l.w passed! on July ;;.
1973. lima boc.inu1 the 13th
Py Suite to picnido a IHHUIS lot \eto-
i..ms and men and \\OIIKMI of the
1 tl'I1ll'dorn's who !sci\ed dining
r
the Vietnam eia
To qualify an individual must
hate had at least!! 120 days of
--
; "- honorable duty during the

6425 NORWOOD AVE. 764.2419 IK'iiods listed below must have
I been a legal resident of Iowa tor
SA at least months prior to entry on
active duty, and must meet the
followingBetween-

LeLGAC I period July 1. 1958.
; and August 4, 1964. inclusive,

I" ,< ,.;i,. + '" must have earned the Vietnam
: Medal the Armed
.10' Service or
.. ". .::. Forces Expeditionary Medal-
:. 1 '
Vietnam will be made
Payment

I put ajinglein "' 'l 1ItcS \ .-> ."" ... It"""" f, ....... at month the rate in the of Vietnam$17.50 for service each

t/U 1. area, not to exceed $500. Only
"" time served in the Vietnam service -
,........... ., -- '. mea is compensable; other
TIP FOR JAX SAILORS-Michelle Phillips, former member of active duty time is not compens-
.
the Mamas and Pappas now turned actress, shows NAS sailors what able.
your NOT to do in bed. Smoking in bed can be a definite hazard to you and
Between the
everyone else in your home or barracks. The cause of a recent fire in period August
5, 1964 and June 30 1973 in-
Barracks 7M was attributed to lust what Michelle is doing.
elusive if the individual earned
the Vietnam Service Medal or the

d fflebag. r----m Armed Forces Expeditionary
Medal-Vietnam payment will be
made at the rate of $17.50 for
Consolidate Your Bills To $5,000.00TERMS
I each month service in the Viet.
": ,- I'I'i '
service with bonus
nam area a
TO SUIT YOU AT BANK RATES
_. ,. .,., .' ._.. .-.-..:_._- v'i payment limited to a maximumof

;1.-..__, I I SOUTHERN $500.
/
\ I For individuals on active
"'.., / ,,\\.\ .
.., I duty between August 5, 1964,
I iW11'sk r
] fir., f I \'' \ l and June 30 1973 inclusive
.. i it II I{ NDUSTRIAL/ BANK .
,.. .. f \\ : who did not earn either the Vietnam
l' L \ [ Service Medal
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.' "The Little Bank with a Big Heart"Member
: ''' :rj if \\\'f\ ?' / I. Jax's Greatest

\ "; F.D.I.C.
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;i'f) .\f\I h :_. : : FURNITURE
.1 1 t' \ 1fV \ I'' ej "' .. Our Installment Loan Dept. Is Open Until 4 P.M.
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The way prices are going right now-you may need

more money than you thought you'd need. GAC
wants to lend you all the money you'll need to help ilnttlrOur FOR POI & 2's

beat prices and to buy the bargains you want before TODAY AT 2:30

they're gone.
You don't have to make a lot to borrow a lot at GAC. NAS JAXTHEATRE

The size of your loan depends on many things: the

bills you have or have had. What you own or want to

buy. The kind of work you do. And, because you

wear a uniform, the kind of work you do rates very

high with GAC. A steady income makes it easier for

you to get a loan. But, more important, GAC wantsto Our concept Is a simple one-a hearty drink, but Wi've the SERVICE Changed our Is the Name Sameat.

serve you because you serve your country. an inviting salad bar, a thick steak and ...

Whatever your needs, whatever mammoth baked potato-served attentively .
the reason, let GAC put a jingle in by waiters in an Intimate dining room.

your dutflebag. HONDA
Ii
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA HAPPY HOUR DAILY 5 ti11PML

D 5132 Blanding Blvd. O 3120 Atlantic Blvd. L DRINKS AT HALF-PRICE!
7710940 391 167C : .
1001 Park St. O 5555 Norwood Avenue 6332 BLANDING
BLVD.
ROOSEVELT MALL (HIGHWAY
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... 355-5484O 764 7765 Finance PHONE 77M244 .
30 W. Duval St. 0 Highland Shopping Center PHONE 387-6488
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C $i'e o o $ CALL: 387-3566 Movie Schedule


AdS Should be mailed to arrive not later than
arriving too late for this deadlIne will be Published Tuesday the for publicaticn the fOllowing Thursday. Ads
strutted otherwise. A check or money order for fOllowing week u..mss the Publisher is in.
the cost of the Trr
RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines) ...$200 F'er ad must be received WITH the copy. -- -- ____u_ __ __

l Mail to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO.. 4$65 SH IRLEY additional AVE .line ((4 words per line) ..SOc Thursday, Feb. 14 Drama, Starring Rod Taylor and
JACKSONVILLE
32210 "THE MAN WHO LOVED CAT Theodore Bikel.) "R" (97 min.)
I

[ EMPLOYMENT .j i Bow-rider, walk 1972 COBIA-thru windshield JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Burt DANCING"Reynolds Drama and Sara, Starring Miles."PG" Monday, Feb. 18
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern "HORROR
TYPINGOR BOOKKEEPINGAT Galv. tilt trailer 85 horse Johnson. trailer and ((115 min.) EXPRESS"Horror
apts. 3893007.
HOMES $1995\ 78L389 Starring Christopher Lee

Yrs. experience as a legal secretary. MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS COLONYMOBILE HOMES Friday, Feb. 15 and Peter Cushing "PG" ((88

786.8023. Tape Deck & FM Radio for car, 4. Sales & Rentals, 9359 103rd St. Call "ICE PALACE" Drama min.)

LIKE GIRLS Chrome, 14" wheels, Mickey service.7710275. Photostating and notary Starring Richard Burton andRobert

Call on the nicest girls In town, full or Daytona Thompson 70's.rims,2 Daytona 60 tires & 2 Ryan.uG" ((114 min.) Tuesday, Feb. 19
part.time. 7867832. 30" fngidaire range, 7- LET YOUR RENT "HAROLD & MAUDE"Comedy
(jalousie windows
3841509. BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT
Saturday, Feb. 16 Drama, Starring Ruth
PART-TIME JOB GOING NORTH ? DEPOSITREQUIRED Gordon and Bud Cort. "PG" ((92
8 A.M..12 Noon,or 5 PM.10 P.M. $2.10 2 New Atlas Weatherguard W.W Snow SUMIT MOBILE HOMES "SAVE THE CHILDREN"
Hr. 355.2741 tires. H7814. 4 Ply.. $60. or best offer. 5210 Phillips, Highway,733.9422.. Musical Documentary, Starring min.)

Call after 5, 3873985. BRINQTHISADFOR$100.0FFWEBUYANDSELL Marvin Gaye and the Temp Wednesday, Feb.20

PARTOR MECHANICSAfternoons FULL TIME '70 ARROW GLASS L BOW-RIDER I tations. "G" (127 min.) "GORDON'S WAR" Suspense

Saturdays or Full-time 1965, 50 h.p. elec. start Merc. $100. GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES Sunday, Feb. 17 Drama, Starring Paul Winfield

Jax Top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply in equity & take over pymts. Includesgas _Phone 388-4619 "DARKER THAN AMBER" and Carl Lee. "R" ((92 min.)
person to Mr. Foster, NIMNICHT tank, vests, cushion, & paddles.
CHEVROLET CO., 1550 Cassat Call Boyd at work 771.3211, Ext 8346, '72MOBILE HOME
home 264.:2510.I LR, DR, kit., 2BR., 1 Ig. Ba., utility
Avenue. shed, AC, shag carpet, gold kit. equip.
GREATJOBEarn ,I REAL ESTATE \, Unfurn. Susan 771.3605,aft. 5 P.M. 778-
1486.
$50.S75 per wk., working part. TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE _
time calling on single girls. Earn Two, up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile 174 SKYLINE2BR MILITARY-AUTOMOBILE
more with Incentive plan. Must be radius Cecil Field & I 1-295 52.000.00 to 12'X54', $4995. Colony, 9359 103rd
sharpl! Phone 7213600. $3,00000 St. 7710275.
per acre. Prices are far __
below near.future values. Call Tony
SERVICEMANInside George, 389.5514, Eve. 771-1976. 1972 CAMERON
sales, part-time weekdays & W>'NNE REALTYOF FLORIDA Double-wide, 24' X44', 2BR., 2BA.,
Sat., Earn extra W, $2.00 hr. to start. Realtors Specialist furn.Heated & AC, Washer & dryer, fully MILITARY CIVILIANLOW

Apply at 1506 Prudential Dr. OAKHILL PARK 7211210. RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN

3BR., 2BA., fncd. yd., Sty. & refrig., BARRINGTON :::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: ;.:.:.:.:.:.:,:.:::.:.:::::::.:.:.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
PART-TIME carpet & drapes, near bases. Equity 12'X64', $7400., Colony, 9359 103rd St.,
Female or Male, fast-food service, 771.8747. 771.0275. AMERICAN MAYPORT
_
must be neat and pleasant WE BUY EQUITIES MOBILE HOMES INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE AGENCY"TWO
Managerial experience or will train. I. . .
771.0855. Broker Louise T. Bailey 771-3605 5MIN.TONAS.20MIN.TOCECILFIELD. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :.:=:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::0(.:,.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:...:.:.:.:.:.:.....,'.'


I NNEOUSTJ I IA FOR YOUR REAL CONTACTJoe ESTATE NEEDS 2BR By owner.Front 12'X60'kit. Sep Custom.DR, Unfurn.Range, Formerly OFFICES Conti .ntallnsurance TO BETTER SERVE Underwriters YOU"

recorded message Dy Ropiak (RET. NAVY) Realtor. Refrlg. W-Freezer, Washer. Cent.
SCOTT EDWARDS Associate Representing Heat Drapes.& Air. Cond. W-W Carpet. 6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD 2990 MAYPORT ROAD
Tells how to be a Blinding Agency, Inc. Realtors Skirting. Tie Downs, Cool
you Seal Stor. Shed, Xtras. Avoid 10 or 15 (Near NAS) (Near NS)
DISC JOCKEY OFFICE 771-8036 RES 781-
: 771$
yrs. pymts. This mobile home can be Phone 38J-7676 Phone 249-5449
Call 355.2944 hour. Approved for
any
BUDGET HOME paid for In |lust 4 yrs. Move or rent
veterans. Columbia School of
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not 3BR., w-Ig. eat.In kit., dbl. carport on present. lot In nice park for Info. 2642050. -

affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by corner lot, total price $20,800.NEAT&NICE -

home study. JI''l'TRANSPORTATIQN. r
Lovely 3BR, 2Ba. home w.FR, BIRO, ;;
LIVE CRABS carpets & drapes, Ig. corner lot fncd. RO MONEY DOWN -
Wilford's Fish Camp Total price $21,500.CONVENIENT 1968 Caprice, 2DR., H.T., select shift
264.9707 TO NASA CECIL hydro. Vinyl roof, very low mo.
3BR., 1112' Ba. home, W-W carpet, kit, pymts. Call 358.0881. Big Chief Say:

AUTO AIR CONDo SERVICE fully equip. Total price $22,500. ,1
.
Also home Central units & window OAKHILLLg. PANHEAD
AXC, Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 3S-$161. 3BR., 2Ba home, W.CH&A, also Fully chopped all chrome, call
swimming pool, total price $26,900. anytime 7863135. MAKE YOUR

KIRBYVACUUM.CLEANERResponsible VA Financing Available

$7.00 per party month.take Rayfleld's up paymentsof 6437 388-1581 FOSHEE REALTY Broker overhaul Clean, New Call brake 7782405'66 VW lOb & recent WHEEL A BIG ti4

Wilson Blvd. 772 8936. FOSHEEREALTY
I mmediate cash for your equity none '72 HONDA CB450
NEW ZIGZAG SEWING MACHINEJust too large or too small. 12,000 miles, good cond., helmet, sissy WHEEL WITH MAGWHEELS
out of layaway. Someone to 3J8-IS81 Broker bar, Call 771.4284 after P.M.772.3127 10
assume pymts. $68 Cash or $9.20 mo. days.
Call 389.5591. SUMMERCABINS /
IN THE SMOKIES '68 DODGE i4

JEANS PROFESSIONAL Near Cherokee & Bryson City, N.C. Window sport wagon Van, low
DANCE ACADEMY Paved Roads, Good Water, Beautiful mileage, one owner. A.T very clean.
Westconnett at 103rd & Orange Park, Scenery. For Permanent or Summer 339 Mcintosh Ave. Orange Park or
Bellair Civic Bldg., Ballet, Tap, Toe, Homes. Jax. Beach, Phone 246.8383 or NARF.R.B. Couture. Machine Shop 96506 / ETIV13"i3lf"

Jazz, Hula, Tahitian, Baton, & BRYSON_ .City, N.C. phone 488.271r' _
Acrobatics. Register Now, 771-2521 I INTERNATIONAL SCOUTS /ER SET
RENT ,* J
771.5464 778.3655, Children & Adults.GEORGE'S f S .
16 to Choose from, 4 cylinder Hard top WIDTHS TO
FOR RENT ORTEGA Models (removable) 20,000 to 40,000 /
Dogs & Cats KENNELS Boarded 3Bdrm., 2 bath house, air cond., Stove miles. Ideal for sportsman, secondcar. PER '109" 95

Pickup & delivery service since 1925. & refrig. Available for 2 years. Prices start at $699, 2509 Phillips SET (
FOX REALTY 775-4700 HIWay, 396.2025. Century 21 Imports.
Grooming, training & shipping. .
Visitors welcome. Bankamerlcard & ORANGE PARK BANK REPOS
Mastercharge honored. Off 1.10 near 2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dish '72 TOYOTA CORONA
Cassat Ave. & Edgewood. washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth '73 VW SEDAN
SOlS EdgewoodCt., lt-00<4 Apts. 771:1405 or 771-3355_ _- '73 HONDA CIVIC
'70 FORD VAN TRUCK DIAMOND
COFFEE MUGS 1-1... MOBILE HOMES _J 1 Call A-im
SPOKE WHEEL
PERSONALIZED INSIGNIA Custom 173 CONCORD' There are 542,000 women veterans

CATALOG.mugs and steins. All services. FREE 12'X65', 3BR., $6700., Colony, 9359 305,000 of whom are credo 4
Military Supply Com-
.
1 103rd St., 771 0275. 9WIREDISN
32601.pany Box 286, Gainesville, Florida ited with World War II service. FOR

..BIRD MINI.CYCLESATLANTIC
OLD ENGLISH SHEEPDOG PUPS RICKMAN BSA ...Parts..Sales..Service.
AKC registered, 1 male, 1 female, 10 t
weeks old, have shots, terms Call 772- '
1413. -

INCOME TAX RETURNS t
Specializing In Federal Employeesand '
Military.Norris W. Runkles, 786 14X6 95:4: '
149
6924.
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I .JJacksonville II
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1249.1251 King St.

Florida 32204 II /


I WANTEDUSED I II /

CAMERAS AND 8209 PHONE
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EQUIPMENT. PAY ATLANTICjLt
I IIBRING .... 725-5811
TOP DOLLAR BOULEVARD =-- 4vA'vA AYh
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First JAPANESE RESTAURANT in Jacksonville! Discount tickets availablefor REA Auxiliary


Home & Patio ShowJax holding


IEYASU of TOKYOORIGINAL -Courtesy passes entitling the holder to a 50 cent discount on meetingJaxChapter
admission to the Jacksonville Home and Patio Show are now availableat
of the
19
ROOMS Special Services.
Retired Enlisted
2S WEST DUVAL STREET PHONE 353-OU3
Hours AAon.Frl Lunch 11.2,Dinner 5-10.Sat,Sun 11.11 Admission with a courtesy pass is 50 cents for children and a dollar Association (REA) and its
for adults. Ladies Auxiliary will hold
their regular meeting Feb.
The show is being held today through Sunday at the Civic 20 at 7,30: p.m. in Bldg.593.
Auditorium and Exhibit Hall. All retired enlisteds and
their wives are welcome to
NEED REAL ESTATE attend.

ASSISTANCE? : .

We specialize In the
ORANGE PARK,
I
ORTEGA-VENETIA and
CEDAR HILLS area.

ROBERTS&GILMAN,INC )J-I-

This Week's SpotlightNew TIMUQUANA

three & four bedroom homes in Orange Park. TERRACE
Just waiting for your personal touch. Your chanceto Pussycat Escorts
coordinate floor coverings, walls counter tops Dancin Partners) Apartments
and etc.ROBERTS.
Pool Ratios'Balconies
& GILMAN INC. Realtors WTW CarpetDrapes
Central Heat&Air
Kitchen Appliances
Modern
5703 Roosevelt Blvd. MLS 384-4324
Laundry Room

---------------------------------- 1 BR FURNISHED
rI $115 up

Since everybody else is having a sale why not the Colonel? I 2 BR FURNISHED


.. : ;' J'/$165 miles from up NAS Jax
1 10 miles from NAS Cecil

I 30 OFF SMI SEABOARD AVE.

II (Just PHONE off Timuquana 772-730 )



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rr I rrI KENTUCKY FRIED I ASTROMOTORS


< II 6S66 Normandy Blvd.711-4971
"Good Transportation at Low Costs"

71 69 VW Ford Sta Custom Wag R Loaded H S139S$995
1 1I 70PordF'LaneRMSS S99S
CHICKEN DINNERS 49 Triumph GTARH $995
I <9 Cougar RH SS $895
66 VW Bus New Engine $195
49 Opel Kadette New Paint $895
I 67 Camaro R HAT 6cyl $795
47VWGhiaRH $795
I 47 Plymouth 6cyl SS RH $795
44 VW Sedan RH $495
I 66 Mustang 6cyl SS $495
I 45 VW Sedan $595
. I EVERYBODY
' 48 PLY Fury III RH AT $595
> 47 Cougar R H SS $595
I IN JACKSONVILLE LOVES -- I 6SGTO RH AT $495
48 Chevy Impala $495
I 1 WHAT THE COLONEL COOKS I 45 Ford Custom R H AT $495
48 Rambler Ambassador RH AT $495
,
.1 I 66 Rambler Wagon RH AT $395
WHEN YOU
; ESPECIALLY 44FordF'LaneRHAT $395
I 66 Chevy Malibu R H AT $395
I CAN SAVE 30' ON A REGULAR I 47 Comet Wagon RH AT $395
48 Falcon R HAT $395
I DINNER BOX OF KENTUCKY 66 Chevy kyl R H AT $395
y'.1' y I 48 Ford LTD Loaded $295
tua 6S0ldsmobile RH AT $195
I FRIED CHICKEN BY JUST
en I 53 English Ford SS $195

I 4 CLIPPING OUT I
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THE COUPON
I "II t BELOW I THE

I I I FRAMERYFormerly


I 30 OFF I I ( Frame Circus)


I _._\ On AKentucky I 5140 BLANDING BLVD.NexttoPic'nSaveat .
I : ( 103rd!t.)
> Fried I PHONE 772-0500
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I A Chicken Dinner I

Our Regular Dinner Box includes 3 pieces of I Large Selection of
II .
w Kentucky Fried Chicken, cole slaw, mashed CUSTOM & READYMADE
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1 ji- potatoes and gravy and dinner rolls. I MIRRORS FRAMES
I Save 30 at the Kentucky Fried Chicken I .
-- PRINTS andORIGINAL
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I T ;) AT THE JACKSONVILLE Store Limit in 4 Jacksonville.dinners per coupon. Offer good I 0 PAINTINGS
I
) through Sunday,February 1 11.1 1974. I

I I K tnt Ne kij fried. Ckf Ie k!K"J I 10% OFF!

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I .to all military personnel
I OFFER GOOD ONLY WITH THIS COUPON /
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WITHOUT ADVERTISING YOU WOULDN'T KNOW


Pia. Lnn


JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION

AMERICA'S FAVORITE PIZZA


REPOSSESSION!, SALE]


aUCJW Why pay full price when you can get it for less?

\ 73 CHEV. MONTE CARLOVT

E a70 PS, PB, AC


ONE ONE BUICK RIVIERAPS AM-FM Elect Seats Tape& Windows


PB, AC, R&H $4195



'PIZZA; FREE 69 LINCOLN$2195 CONTINENTAL


2 Door Hardtop Loaded$1195 )


BRING THIS COUPON 72 PARAMOUNT

55! MOBILE HOME

16 69 OLDS 442 3 Bdrm, Includes Set Up

FREE c I Plu.a!> inn. PS, PB$1195, R&H 3 Speed 50 mile Rad.


&I -- Lorw. II.M
MOJJAMUA CHMSf HIS USO IJJSI 1101
Buy any giant, large or me- ONION ,, ,90 ,? 111 66
PONTIAC
dium pizza at regular price GIHNOUVIIIAC OUVI: ,I33? ,190 190, 27S 271 111 113 4 Dr Sedan, PS STARCHIEF, PB, R&H
and receive one pizza of the citiN nmt us ,,to 233 133 73 HONDA 3SOCC
MUSMIOOMKMIIONI 1"! OJ 710 410
next smaller size with equal I33 ]IO 320 420 $650
:
LEI I 133 210MS 3 20 420 $695
number of ingredients FREE! JAUSAGI ,? 320 420
:
CANADIAN IACON IM 213 323 423
VALID THRU FEB. 23, 1974 MOT MIAPINO ITS |Ip 27S 113 73 DODGE MONACO2dr
ANCHOVY |4J ,M ,o, 401 HTACATPSPBR&H
; AT THE fOLLOWiNC LOCATIONS S NISI .S SAUSAGI :$111 I to tit 113 Vinyl Top 73 HONDA 450CC
SCMHSI III' |J3 i totu J73 1114tl
; 4420 Blanding Blvd. 172-8000 PIZZA INN SPECIAL ]M 170
am CMOMfD ONIONS ((70 2.20 2" 411
Blvd. 743-4911 $3395 $750
1111 Cesery ''''liON'' 4 MUSHIOOMWWIONI 170 230 1 43 411
5222 Lenox Avenue 781.26-41 I CMIN nnu 120 230 143 411
SAUSAGI i MUSHIOOMl I 120 230 141 411
. I PHONE 384-739T..D/CK WALLACE I

UTiA 'iNOMDimu nor ACOIO TO rum CMIISI PIZZAS
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LEAGUE BUSCIIBUDS 6 6
Jax-Vince Odenbrett's 234 and 211 for the Mad Foxes and AMERICAN: LEAGUEThe ATLANTIC 5
IV I. TRIPPERS 3
game for the Pin Busters in the Clint Poulin rolled a 201 for Six Mad Fox No. 3 team and the 5
CPOs 7
9 7
National League was the highest Pack for the only 200s in the PSSSSST team in the American AFEES
MAD FOXES No. 2 5 7
MAD FOXES No. 1 8 4
rolled in the five NAS Jax Intramural league. League both took four with the 4
CPOs 8 4 HIGH LIFERS 8
leagues last week. Marine Barracks No. 2 team '
FASO 2 10
CONTROLLERS 8 4
Several other bowlers hit for 200 falling to the Foxes and the
NATIONAL LEAGUEIn NARJAX 8 4 IIC-2 No. 2 0 8
games but no one managed a 600 Hurricanes falling to PSSSSST.
the National League the
SIX PACKS 612 5z!
set for the first time in the three Lionhearts took four from the Also the Late Chargers took three DIRT BALLS 6 6 AMERICAN LEAGUE L
weeks that the leagues have been from the Sea Kings, the Texaco W
and three from the
Gutter Rats the Red SEA HORSES 5!2 6z! BUSCH LEAGUERS 10 2
from
underway. Stars took two
Rotor Heads while Solex 5 took
BALLERS 5 7 LATE CHARGERS 4
Team results and the other 200 Barons and the Busch Leaguerstook 8
four from the WallBangers, the BATMEN No 1 0 4 PSSSSST 74 44
games rolled were as follows: three from NFO.
Marine Barracks took three from
SPARKS 0 12 NFO 7 5
ATLANTIC LEAGUE the Pin Busters and the Rebels
NATIONAL LEAGUE STARS
54
TEXACO
Sweeps in the Atlantic League The Mad Foxes and the Marine 64
took three from HC-2 No. 1. W L HURRICANES 6
included AFEES one of the Mad Barracks both were the 6

Foxes No. 1 team, the VP-45 Other 200s bowled in the league recipients of two 200 games as LIONHEARTS 16 4 MAD FOXES No.3 5 7

CPOs one over the Batmen No. 1 besides Odenbrett's includedeven Gene Williams rolled a 208 and SOLEX5 9 3 RED BARONS 4 8

team and the Controllers one 200 games from Sherwood Dan Ryon a 200 for the Foxes MARINE BKS 8 4 SEA KINGS 3 9

over the Sparks. Also the Sea Krause of the Lionhearts and while Lewis Jones rolled a 201 PIN BUSTERS 8 4 MARINE BKS No.2 3 9

Horses took 312 from Six Pack, Stan Szybowski of the Rotor and Bruce Harley a 202 for the GUTTER RATS 7 5 CONTINENTAL LEAGUEW

NarJax took three from the Dirt Heads, a 212 by Ron Smith of Marines. Also Foard Parsons REBELS 6 6 L

Balls and the Bailers took three Solex 5,a 206 by Ed Clune of HC-2 rolled a 213 and 'a 588 set for the HC-2No.l 5 7 GAFFERS 10 2

from AFEES. and a 202 by Willie Bonner of the Late Chargers, Ken Coots rolleda ROTOR HEADS 3 9 THUNDERBOLTS 9 3

Jeff Brandt rolled games of 200 Lionhearts. 221 for PSSSSST and Richard SPLITMAKERS No.2 1 7 HELP 8 4

Meyers rolled a 209 for the Busch WALLBANGERS 1 11 GEMS 7 1
PACIFIC LEAGUE Leaguers. PACIFIC LEAGUE WRECKERS 6 6

Pacific League action wit. W L ROSE'S RAIDERS 5 7

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from HC-2 No. 2, the Mad Everyone in the Continental ADCOPS 10 2 SCREWBALLS 5 7

Foxes sweeping FASO, the League either won three or lost SPLITMAKERS No.1 8 4 DOCS 3 9

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Hot Meats the Pelicans was high in the from FICEUR 5 and Help took

Supervised plan activities league but teammate John three from Rose's Raiders.

HOURS: 7AM-6PM Cunningham rolled the top set Vern Matteson with a 222 for Longest Nine was the Genny Hanley was winner, with

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Barrackssplits Intramural


twoJaxThe Basketball AIMD takes fourth place I


StandingAMERICAN
Marine Barracks and
Jax-AIMD
added a healthy throughout but could never 679th fell by a 76-64 score when
NarJax basketball teams met LEAGUE Portion
of wins to their record to much closer than AIMD 22
manage get was paced by points
each other twice last week in the last
week
W L and moved
VP.56 themselves six as even the halftime score from Dave London, 18 from
National Basketball League with IS-1 into a solid position where they found them trailing 38-32. Beaver Spencer and 14 from Jchn
end result being one win for can
the
NDRC 13 1 challenge for the American Beaver Spencer scored 22 and Meyers.
each team. AIMD 11 3 League title. Kevin Gordon 20 to insure the George Teasley had 18, Mark
The Marines were the first to 10 5 Their first win of three wins victory for their team. Dave Klenke 16, Bill Hayman 10 and
HS-15
taste victory when they dropped 9 2 came against HS-1 71-65 in a London added his support with 12 Dennis Carignan 10 for 679th.
NarJax by a 71-49 score after only 679th 6 8 game where HS-1 stayed close points. Both teams had few problemswith
leading 32.29 at the half. VP-45 5 6 HS-1 had four men with 10 or fouls in this game as AIMD
Gralyn Brooks and J.P. Baker HS'l 5 9 HS-7 more points when Bill Lemaster only had five chances at the line
both picked up 18 points on the NATTC 4 8 moves scored 18, Ed Brewly scored 17, and 679th had only four.
way to victory while Gene HOSPITAL 3 11 Reed Buford scored 11 and VP-45 was victim number three
Stiggers tossed in 12. MPO 2 12 into second Jerome Davis scored 10. for AIMD but they didn't go downas
NarJax's second half efforts FAPL 1 12 easily as the other two when
were hampered by the fact that NATIONAL LEAGUt Jax-HS-7 moved into second Pelicans they took them into overtime
their leading scorer, Bruce W L place in the National League last romp before losing 7675.
Ackley with 19,fouled out early in VP-5 10 1 week with the aid of a 55-43 win AIMD led 36-35 at the half but
the second half HS-7 9 3 over VW-4 and a 54-46 win over past FAPLJaxThe the Pelicans made up the one
NarJax came back later in the AIR OPS 8 3 MARTD. point difference in the second half
week to gain revenge with a 62-53 FASO 8 4 The Hurricane Hunters had 10 Pelicans of VP-45 tookon before losing it again in overtime.The .
decision over the Marine MARINE BKS 7 4 men who put points on the board the Fleet Air Photo Lab Pelicans actually had two
Barracks for their second win of HAWKS 5 4 for them but none had over eight (FAPL) in the American more field goals than AIMD but ..
the season. VW-4 4 6 while HS-7 had three men who Basketball League last week and AIMD hit eight of 12 attempts at
Ron Schranz was the key to MEDICAL 4 8 outscored all of VW-4's men. the result was a sound 111.52 win the free throw line while VP-45
victory for NarJax when he MARTD 3 9 Those three were Dave Clark for the Pelicans. only made three of seven.
scored 22 points.Supporting roles NARJAX 2 10 with 17, Almur Whiting with 11 Rick Pruett was the highest of Contributing to this win were
.were played by Larry Place with HC-2 1 8 and Mel Harvin with 12. four men in double figures for Kevin Gordon with 17, John
14, Bruce Ackley with 10 and Ken HS-7 took MARTD to task next VP-45 when he scored 28, Mike Meyers with 16, Alfonzo Fletcher
Tharp with 10. with Mel Harvin's 16 and Tom Adams scored 19, Kevin Lover with 14 and Beaver Spencer with
J.P. Baker scored 22 and D Wandishin's 15 paving the path to scored 18 and Ralph Dorsey 13.VP45's
Mitchell Allen 10 for the Marine victory. scored 12.Vince top scorers consisted of
Barracks. Jackie Hunt with 13 and James Jakucenis claimed half Kevin Lover with 19, Rick Pruett
Pugh with 12 were MARTD's of FAPL's points with his total of with 15, Steve Smith with 12 and
NDRC takes scoring leaders. 26. Denny Dellwo with 10.


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VA-45 5-0 TUESDAY NIGHT

I r. 1 VA-174 4.2 LEAGUE STANDINGS
CECIL SPORTSVA83
AMD 4.2 VA-174 No.2 50 14
VS-24 > 3-2 VA-45No.l 47 17
I I VA-105 3.3 VS-30 44 24

51Marines NAMTD turned hot in the 4th VS-31 53 VS-32 ,> ... 1-2 VC-2 41 27
48 quarter. The overcome of a VA-12 50VS31 VA-12 1-4 SUPPLY 39 29
VA-83 overcame an eight point Rampager lead to tie up the overcame VA-12 in VS-31 1-5 A-45 No.2 37 31
difference in the 4th quarter to contest at the end and then take overtime scoring 4 points to VA- VS-22 03IIANDBALLTOURNAlIENT NAMTD No. 2 34Vfc 29V4
hand the Marines their second the win in overtime to spoil the 12 in the extra period. Harris hit 5 NAMTD No. l 34 30
loss of the season. Fulton tallied end of the Rampagers undefeatedseason. 'out of 5 charity shots in the 4th GALLEY 35 33
14 for the Rampagers. Reynoldsand Doherty had 14, McGull quarter for VS-31. Forgarty had VA-174 No. 1 35 35
Boutin had 16&14 for the had 4, Players had 8 points for a 16 for VA12.In LCDR Phil Jacobs of VA-45
Marines. balanced attack. Herth from VA. other games VS-24 downed defeated all his opponets last The high team game was rolled
VA-83 64 83 led all scorers with 17 points. VA-174 45-40. Marines SwampedOps week to win his third straight by the galley with a 1,009.
VA-37 48 VA-105 50 5330. AMD edged VA-12 49- TACAIRLANT Championship.Jacobs The high team series was rolled
The Rampagers put four VS-31 41Dakin 43. VA-105 took VS-24 5645. never lost a game as he by VA-45 No. 1 with a 2,869.
players in double figures runningby scored 21, Carasco had Cecil Field's 6ND basketball coasted to the title, beating out The high individual game was
the Bulls. Hertztiller led all 14 as the Gunslingers led all the team didn't fare well droppingtwo Joe Plant of VA-105 in the finals. rolled by Browne of VA-45 No. 1
scorers with 18, Slade had 16, way. straigth as Cecil suffered He then teamed up- with Dick with a 232.
Fulton 12 and Welch had 10. VA-12 38 from lack of practice time and Boltman to defeat Plant and The high individual series was
Robinson of VA-37 had a cold VS-24 35Allen's Operational commitments McLucas in the doubles com- also rolled by Browne of VA-45
night which led to 31's offensive 16 point including 6 for keeping several players home. petition. Jacobs was unable to No. 1 with a 627.
problems. 10 free throws in the 4th quarter VOLLEYBALLVA45 participate in the CINCLANT Other notable high games were
NAMTD 58 aided VA-12 to win a close one. and NAMTD tangle Tournament due to previous rolled by H. Linder, VA-45 No. 1
VA-83 57 Knight had 17 for VS24. Tuesday, 19 February at 1200, for commitments, therefore 217 and P.Smith NAMTD No. 1 a
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I r."m.- SAX .n-----.1 Jax Fliers take runner-up honors I H


I J at 6ND Basketball Championships I

BASKETBALL TOURNEY resume its annual status next
COMING UP year. By Jackie Hunt salvage another tie at 93 as time points and was instrumental in
Jax-The COMTACAIRLANT, Jax-The Jax Navy Fliers took expired for the second time. erasing a 47.35 Memphis halftime
Jacksonville area, Basketball INTERESTED IN SCOTCH runner-up honors in the 6th Naval Going into the second overtime lead.

Tournament will be held at NAS DOUBLES BOWLING District Basketball tournament, without the services of Levi The Fliers have
? revenge may
Jax February 23 through March last week, bowing to NAS Hamerter, who had scored 27 been sweet but it
was by no means
1. Jax-The NAS Jax Bowling Memphis In the finals. points, and Bill Hoffman, who long as Mem .is returned in the
The double elimination tournament Center will be the scene of a The Fliers had defeated Naval had contributed 15, proved second game of the finals to hand
Scotch
is open to units, commands Doubles Tournament on Weapons Station Charleston (64- disastrous as the Fliers were Jacksonville a 111-85 setback and
or detachments assignedto February 22 at 10 p.m. 60)), NAS Meridian ((81-59) and outscored 16-7 and lost 109100. claim the district championship.
COMTACAIRLANT and will be The tournament is open to all Naval Supply Center, Athens, The Fliers defeated NAS
held for the purpose of selecting a military personnel and their Ga., ((63.54), before being Pensacola ((67.57) to gain the Hamerter led Jax scorers with
Jacksonville area representativefor dependents and the entrance fee dropped to the losers bracket by finals and a rematch with 24 markers, 20 of which came in
the CINCLANTFLT Championship will be$6.00 per couple.All of that Memphis. Memphis. the closing half.

Tourney that will be money will be returned in prizes Regulation time ended In the Jacksonville gained a temporary Fliers coach Paul Tuggey may
held at Naval Station Charleston, except for the bowling fees. Memphis contest with the teams bit of revenge by blasting have summed up the squads fate
March 4-8. For more information, contact deadlocked at 81. Jacksonville Memphis 95-72 behind the scoringof perfectly saying, "Both teams
All entries must be in to the the Jax Bowling Center at Ext. lost two of their top scorers in the Livio Capilla ((21)), Garry Pope (Jax and Memphis) were pretty
NAS Athletic Director, Mr. 3493. overtime period but managed to ((20) and Hamerter (17). evenly matched. I guess it was in
Capilla had 19 second half the stars for "
Frank McCaffrey, no later than us to lose.
February 15. IS YOUR PISTOL ROSTER IN? Mad Foxes win streak .
For more information on the Jax-Is your unit or command start new .

tournament, contact Mr. Me entered in the 1974 NAS pistol Jax-The Mad Foxes of VP-5 11 wins and one loss. Vic Slider with 19 and Bill
Caffrey at Ext. 3239. program? If it is, make sure yourteam's recovered from their only loss of The first team to fall to the Rutledge with 10 were the top
TIME FOR LITTLE LEAGUE roster is turned in to the the season the week before the league leaders was Medical. scorers for VP-5 but FASO ...-
REGISTRATIONJaxRegistraUon 'Athletic Office before February win two games last week and run Medical managed to stay within claimed high man when Don
for the 1974 19, when the competition begins. their National League record to five points of the Foxes up to Johnson scored 36. -

Navy Ortega Lakeshore (NOL) ---- haltime but they lost steam in the Also scoring in double figuresfor
.f' ,1 . second half and were dropped by FASO were Jim Zukewich.
Little League season will get : ; $ .f'?:".;;<)-.jSHERRY <:t:::: m:1: r-
underway on Saturday, February an 84-59 score. with 14 and Billy Holmes with 12.
23 and will last through March 8. CHILDERS VP-5 had four men in double

Any boy between the ages of figures with Vic Slider scoring Miss tennis meeting?
eight and 15 who lives in the Country-Western 22, Rich Herrington scoring 20,
Jay Buchanan 14 and Bill Carter JaxAn organizational
Wesconnett, Venetia, Lakeshore, tip.. .
.. til 1:30 10. meeting for the intramural tennis
8:30
the Ortegas or Cedar Hills (east : pm : am
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) is
eligible to play. areas Cocktail Hour 5.7 pm stumble againstlthe Foxes when shortly was held
they held them to a halftime tie at yesterday at the NAS Jax
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