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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: July 11, 1974
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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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Jax The senior Naval officer in the Jacksonville area, Rear Admiral

$ r Lawrence R. Geis, will be relieved of his command here tomorrow in ceremoniesthat
will also mark his retirement from active duty.
Rear Admiral Norman K. Greenwho recently assumed duties as CommanderSea

Based Anti Submarine Warfare Wings, Atlantic, will relieve Adm. Geis of his
coordination responsibilities over Jacksonville area Navy activities, and Rear

Admiral John C. Dixon, Jr., will assume duties as Commander Tactical Wings
Atlantic. Adm. Dixon will move his headquarters to Naval Air Station, Oceana,


Va.Adm.. Geis will be bringing to a close a Navy career that began with his
: % rTkM graduation from the U.S. Naval Academy with the Class of 1939. He has accepted

Ma employment with Florida Junior College and will reamain in the Jacksonvillearea.

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Prior to reporting to this area in June 1971 as Commander Fleet Air,

Ek Jacksonville, Adm Geis served for three years as the Navy's Chief, of In-
k formation in Washington, D.C. Other assignments since he was promoted to
Rear Admiral in 1965 have been as Chief of the U.S. Naval Mission to Brazil andas
Commander Carrier Division 4 in the attack aircraft carriers USS Americaand
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USS Independence.Adm. .
Geis was serving on the destroyer USS Mahan at Pearl Harbor on
December 7, 1941 when the Japanese attacked and saw further action with that
ship in the Battles of the Gilberts, Marshalls and Midway. He received his

"Wings" in 1943, returned to the Pacific theatre of operations as executive of-

ficer of Patrol Bombing Squadron 54, and participated in the Palau, Leyte,
Mindoro and Lingayen Gulf campaigns.After .
the war his duties included command of a fighter squadron; commanderof

a Carrier Air Group; an Executive officer to the USS Lake Champlain;

commander of a Fighter Air Development Squadron; Command of USS DuxburyBay
flagship of the U.S. Middle East Force; and commander of the 77,000 ton

attack aircraft carrier USS Forrestal.In .
I addition to his flag assignments, Adm. Geis had duty ashore in the Office of

RAdm. Geis the Chief of Naval Operations; Naval Air Test Center, Patuxent River,
Maryland; in the Net Evaluation Sub Committee, National Security Council; and
as Executive Assistant to the Chief of Naval Operations.Adm. .

Geis has completed the National War College Course and a course in
VP-30 here
moving Advanced Management at Harvard Business School. His awards include two

Legions of Merit, the Air Medal, Navy Unit Commendation Medal, and numerous
Jax-VP-30 will be moved here from.Patuxent River, World War II campaign medals.

Md. by May 1, 1975. Rear Admiral Norman K. Green, who has his headquarters here, will assume

VP-30 is a training squadron for P-3 pilots, crewmen Adm. Geis' area coordination responsibilities. Adm. Green's selection for the

and support personnel., rank of rear admiral was approved by President Nixon on January 30, 1974, and
he was promoted to that rank last month.
The move of VP-30 will result in the co-location of Adm. Green received his first command assignment in June 1964 with Air

training squadrons with fleet squadrons. Besides saving Anti-submarine Squadron Twenty-Six. His shipboard commands were the

about one-half of the temporary duty money expended, amphibious cargo ship USS St. Louis and the anti-submarine warfare aircraft
the move will allow for increased readiness and stan- carrier USS He left the
Ticonderoga. Ticonderoga for duty with the Bureau of
dardization of tasks. Naval Personnel where he served until his assignment in Jacksonville.

With the move of the squadron to NAS Jax, all Atlantic
Fleet VP squadrons will be located either here or at NAS AtEEO

Brunswick, Me.

DIVINE'
About 67 officers and 554 enlisted men are per- .

manently assigned to the squadron. SERVICESNAVALAIR Coming .
soon.,. .

VP-30 trains about 450 dicers and 1,550 enlisted per STATIONPROTESTANT
Jax
Plans are being made for observance of
year. Sunday "Federal Womens Program Week''during the last weekof
Divine Worship at 8:30: August.
a.m. at All Saints Chapel
Church School 9:30: a.m. The program will be held in conjunction with
_Cfl r1 f1 Z'$ f.G & &lim'_ Divine Worship 11 a.m. "Womens Equality Day"
1 at All Saints Chapel. proclaimed by the President
Junior Youth Fellowship for Aug. 26.
12:30: p,m. Senior Youth All employees invited
are to take part in the activities
Fellowship 1 1:30: p.m.
JAX. .AIR. ..\NEWS. rj b Evening Worship 7:30: planned for the week and local EEO officials wish to be
f p.m. at the Small Chapel informed of any suggestions and ideals you have.

''::, ::1 Tuesday Contact Samuel Demps at Ext. 3305 or Lorraine Cap-
1:1: Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
: piello at Ext. 2694.
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, Christian Science Service 8 To provide program support to the Federal Womens
by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm. All Copy submitted 1'- p.m. at the Small Chapel. Program Coordinator the
for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public : following have been appointed
:..' Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday "I:" NAVAL HOSPITAL to serve as members of the program's sub-committee:
: before publication. News items are welcomed from all sources. Divine Worship 9:30: a.m. Doris Kasnias
(Supply Dept.) Barbara Davidson
,'. Telephone 772-3111 or 311*. at St. Lukes. ,
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made (Public Works Dept.), Georgia Braun (Civilian Per-
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, NATTC sonnel
creed,color,national origin or sex of the purchaser,user,or patron. I Protestant Worship Dept.) and Claudia C. Brown (Commissary
A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal op. Service 10:30: a.m. In ,Store).
portunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print advertising Building 500.
from that source." CA THOLICSaturday
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher. and queries con
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Secretary of Defense William P. Clements has signed a
Department of Defense directive which expands current military
leave and liberty policies.The .
new policy establishes leave programs as a military
requirement and directs commanding officers to take all necessary
steps, including dropping nonessential requirements, to ensure that
their personnel have ample opportunity to take leave.In .
addition, the directive is designed to encourage all service
members to take their 30 days leave a year and to discourage per
sonnel from intentionally accumulating leave for the purpose of \
"selling"it at the time of retirement,reenlistment or separation. _
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Under the new policy, "officers in command shall encourage and >>
assist all members to use, on the average, their entire 30 days leave
each year. L 1A. t
"The Congress has provided compensation for members who were
not able to use their leave because military requirementshave :
prevented it, and personnel should not be required to use leave
immediately prior to separation simply for REAL PRO"-Mr. Jay Beasley (Center),also known as "Mr. P-3", receives a squadron plaque
leave balances."On the officers and chiefs of VP16. A Lockheed test pilot, Beasley has logged 16,700 landings in the I
the other hand, use of. the leave and flown with over 410 Navy pilots. During his week-long visit with the "Eagles", Beasley
program, either as a method of classroom and air training sessions with the squadron's pilots.
tinuation incentive, defeats the intent of the
the health and welfare of service personnel."It AS cited for protecting environment
is, therefore, specifically intended
shall not be accrued expressly for Jax has won the 1974 Secretary of the Navy Environmental Protection Award for out.
release from active duty. environmental protection programs accomplished by a naval shore facility.
The directive also seeks to reduce the award is one of four presented annually to stimulate outstanding performance in the pursuit of
especially leave for which there is no and protecting the environment and to provide added incentive for progress in en
personnel accumulate more than the 60 days protection.
mitted by law,individuals will continue to be winners this year were Marine Corps Base, Camp LeJeune, N.C., for the outstanding en
days accrued leave, in accordance with protection accomplishment by a Marine Corps Activity; the Destroyer Escort USS
retirement or reenlistment.The for the greatest initiative taken by a Navy ship toward operating in an environmentally ac
new DoD policy amplifies a policy manner; and Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, Calif.,for the most significant en
NAVOP. In the NAVOP, the CNO directed all protection activity conducted by a research and development activity.
encourage their personnel to use their 30 years ago, Naval Air Station, Jacksonville embarked on a program to curtail water
least one leave period each year of 14 to 21 to the St.Johns River. The first major step in the program came in 1971 when a $2 Million
Further details on the new DoD leave Pollution Control Facility was constructed in tandem with an oxidation pond to handle the
directive 1327.5 of June 28. domestic and industrial waste.
Navy leave policy guidelines are contained the facility has been in operation, efforts have continued to reduce pollution of the river with
Dec. 26, 197 and in the BUPERS Manual.Full Discharge" the end goal. Most of the recent projects have been concerned with diverting
small amounts of effluent from the storm drain collection system to the domestic waste

addition system.to alleviating water pollution, several steps have been taken here to reduce air

JIM MARTIN'S of the. air station's steam plant burners have been converted to a dual burning capacity which
uses natural gas.Smoke density alarm systems monitor each plant to aid in smoke control.
HIGH PERFORMANCE i fumes from NARF's new Paint Stripping and Corrosion Treatment Facility are collected by
and scrubbers.
is also developing the country's first cross-flow nucleation scrubber for a jet engine test cell.
LOCATED I AT NORMANDY & I closely with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA's) Research Triangle in North

NARF acquired sophisticated laboratory equipment and, after many hours of testing,
Brings to you, this I I ped a scrubber that reduces particulate emissions by 90 percent. Two new test cells with
are now under construction next to the prototype scrubber system.
efforts planned to control air pollution here include a general purpose incinerator, a
these Tire & Service 1 pathological waste incinerator and hydrocarbon vapor emission controls on the Aviation

w tanks.help reduce solid waste,NAS Jax has turned to recycling.

IMS"A boxes are collected and packaged by balers at the Commissary Store, the Supply
4 Warehouse and the Navy Exchange. Boy Scouts run an aluminum can recycling
which draws cans from the clubs here and also operate a collection station at the Com-

Iflll\\'. addition. the NAS Jax photo lab recyles various types of film processing products to extract

i < SMOOTH most unique waste problem was posed by an old radiation dump used during World War II.
RIDE from the Public Works Department discovered that numerous radium-contaminated paint
WHITEWALL vials were buried in a way that was not environmentally acceptable.
testing revealed possible radiation danger, especially to children that will live at the new
1121AIC( F (.T, housing site.
[Fll114 n111 Si.s 11.11... 12.21$2.22 | 1 $30,000 project was funded for station forces to remove the top soil and contaminated vials under
71i14 121.11 $253 supervision and planning of the Army Engineering Center's Radiological Affairs Support Office,
Nllill 121.11 12.1! Belvoir, Va.

All -prices include an effort designed to study the problems of noise and land use,the NAS Public Works Officer and
staff participated in a special Urban Affairs Subcommittee to draft a zoning ordinance for
lw.rl rr_ and commercial airports.Public Works is also working with a consulting firm to produce a
WITH THIS COUPOh Pollution Abatement and Land Planning Study for NAS Jax.
Works officials work closely with the Federal Environmental Protection Agency, the State
OIL I of Pollution Control and the City's Bio-Environmental Services Division in order to gain
assistance in the NAS antipollution effort.
Up to 5 qh. cooperative venture has also been established
!! with EPA and the city to utilize NAS as the
Ouaker Stat. 6tI lion for a pilot program to monitor atmospheric ozone.

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Jax-Navy Wives Club of America Jax 86 met July 3 at their
clubhouse with President Mrs. Harry McAllister presiding.
Mrs.John Morton was welcomed back from Iceland and Mrs. Bill
Paterakis, sponsored by Mrs. Ray Shafer, became the club's newest
member. '.
Mrs. Paterakis is the new audit chairman and snack bar co-
chairman.In .
an election held at the meeting,Mrs. Leslie Becker was chosen as
vice-president, Mrs. Thomas VVoffard as chaplain, and Jackie Peel
and Mrs. Morton to serve on the nominating committee. s m
Mrs. Joseph Hagan and Mrs. Richard Lane are the new chairmanand t 0(:
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cochairman for game nights. ';
The meeting.ended with two minutes of silence in memory of Mrs.
Raymond Ganthfierv p sister. member who passed away June 21. A
fund which will be sent to the NWCA Scholarship Foundation been
started in her memory.
The next meeting is scheduled for July 17 at the clubhouse ((716
Enterprise). Sheila Wexler Fuller, marketing director for the Jax
Navy Federal Credit Union,will be the guest speaker.A .
farewell luncheon is slated for July 24 at the CPO Club to honor
Mrs.William G.Sizemore,club sponsor,and departing club members.NCOA .


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Association (NCOA) has scheduled its monthly meeting for Tuesday,
July 16, at 7:30: p.m.in the Meeting Room of the Orange Park HolidayInn. TOP "PELICAN"-SD3 Bert Henry has been chosen VP-45's Sailor of the Quarter for his "con-
sistent outstanding performance, professional competence, and devotion to duty. Petty Officer
All members and interested E-4 through E-9s are welcome.The Henry is the squadron's First Lieutenant Division Leading Petty Officer and Training and Safety
NCOA is a military fraternal organization serving non- Petty Officer.
commissioned and petty officers in paygrades E-4 through E-9,active
and retired.
Members come from all branches of the Armed Forces, includingall ............ ........_._."_............................... .:...... ._..,.,.,...,.,. ,,"'.'.'.-.'.'.'.....'..,S...,.,.'''''''.,.:: ........,...Si:..:..-':...7f.k' '}'............''-''..........."-"...........2.."Y............"'....:....:..F.....
Reserve components, the National Guard and veterans who have
served honorably in any of the five Armed Service branches.
Worldwide NCOA membership now totals more than 1,750,000.For ? NOW OPEN !
additional Information, drop by the Service Center at 6459
Roosevelt Blvd. or call 388-5601, or contact Chairman Joe Balser at
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{Woodpeckers return home to roostJaxThe


"Woodpeckers"of VP-49 returned home to NAS Jax this week,completing a five and one-

half month deployment to Naval Station Keflavik, Iceland.
Cdr. Victor S. Gulliver. VP-49's commanding officer, turned the responsibilities of the Iceland
Sp11CTUARY !N THE patrol missions over to the VP-45"Pelicans",who began their first Iceland deployment in the P-3C.
have VP-49 crews operating over the North Atlantic from
The past five and a half months seen
>f 0 SEEP Labrador to Norway and from Bermuda to high above the Arctic Circle.
The Woodpecker banner has been carried to Norway, Denmark, Holland, Great Britain and

Canada as part of the United States commitment to NATO.
VP-49 has also hosted crews from these same countries in Keflavik as part of the reciprocatingeffort
of NATO countries to familiarize themselves with each other's aircraft,airfields and facilities.The .
return to Jacksonville marks the end of the squadron's fourth consecutive deployment to

Keflavik.
Last year the squadron endured a severe North Atlantic
winter in Iceland with treacherous weather and dark days"brightened"by the Northern Lights.The
1974 deployment was brighter, however, stretching from Spring to Summer with many days of
almost total daylight.
The Woodpeckers will soon be settled in their nest at Hangar 1000 and will resume training and
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FRA 91 to install;



new officer slateJaxThe

new officers of Fleet Reserve Association (FRA) 91 and its
Ladies Auxilary will be installed Saturday at the Branch Home ((5391

Collins Road).
Robert Nolan,National Executive Secretary of the FRA,will install
the new Branch 91 officers and Joseph Heald, Past President of
Branch 91, will install the new Auxilary officers.
The new Branch officers are: Joseph Bodin, president; Bernard
I Henke, 1st vice president; Willard Lewis, 2nd vice president; J.A.
Wadelin, secretary; and Billy K. Young, treasurer.
Members of the incoming Board of Directors are: Arthur Flowers,
Jarry Gearheart, Edmund Grant, William Eager, Bryce Nugent,
Thomas Lancaster, Kenneth Munsch, Charles Benson, Daniel
Dickson, Donald Caraway, Gerald Hartwig, Robert Harris, William
Wasson,Joseph Heald and Billy Owen(Junior Past President).
rutsj r Incoming Ladies Auxilary officers include: Doris Heald, president;
Johnnie Wadelin, vice president; Alice Howie, secretary; and

Ai Mercedes Pugh, treasurer.
The Auxilary's incoming Board of Directors includes: June Breeze
Pat Garwood,Betty Bodin, Ruth Caraway, Stella Lodesky, Kathleen
Munsch,Sandy Kemper and Kay Lancaster(Junior Past President).
"HEY MAN, GOT A WHITE HAT?"-These youngsters are part of a Navy-sponsored program for A covered dish dinner will precede the installation. The dinner is
I disadvantaged children in the Jax area. The program, "ProlectBreakthrough", is in need of old scheduled to start at 7 p.m.with roast beef as the featured item on the
White Hats. If you have one doing you no good,put it to good use for someone else.Take them to Bldg. menu.
.411, NAS Jax or call 772-2684. An Installation Ball will follow the ceremonies.An .
open house for Nolan has been scheduled for Saturday from 1-4

S&;S p.m.All interested FRA members, Unit members and eligible membersare

Blanding Boulevard Phone cordially invited to attend.r .

Cedar Hills Shopping Center <<-a i& LCt r 18 411. 771.9223 '

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MOTORCYCLE TIRES & ACCESSORIES offers fishing. I
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By Ron Bayles
Jax-Adverse publicity is what the station Master-at-Armsforce has ,'
been getting in the past,due to the attitudes of either the force itself or
the people who have to be reminded how to wear their uniform!
According to AZCM H.S. Williams, CMAA, the consistent violatorsof
a neat and military appearance are transit personnel rehabilitation r n
centers and the Naval Regional Medical Center.The other tennant
commands are a pretty squared away lot, with the exception of the t.
small percentage that have to be constantly told how to maintain a
neat appearance.
Master Chief Williams works directly for the Executive Officer and
,his main job is to see that good order and discipline is maintained on
the base, in such places as.the base theatre, clubs and the bowling
alley.
Since people still try to sneak off base in dungarees, checking cars t / di 7 d' ..d.
going out the gates has become necessary. Checking personnel to .
make sure they are wearing the right combination of dungarees is also I

necessary.For f
health reasons, tney also check personnel going into the dining .
haymaking sure that the right attire is being worn. ii-i : r
The MAA's perform the duty of escorting for conflnees to Captain'sMast
and returning U.A.'s who had been awarded a sentence to the
Correctional Center.So .
if you've got your personnel appearance "together" youshouldn't tiJIs
have any problem with the Master-at-Armsforce. But. also '
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TRACTORTRAILERDRIVER 72 VW Blue Super Beetle $ 1 $1895 69 VW Powder Blue $}*SS $1195

S Blue Interior. One owner. Sunroof. Dark Blue Interior. Dependable transportation. @

S 72 VW White $ $1795 68 VW Red $"Et.$995
S Slack Interior. Chrome wheels. Wide tires.
Dark Blue Interior. One owner.
68 VW White $J2& $995
71 VW Red (Fastback) $1&$1695
Red Interior. One owner. Low Mileage. @
White Interior. Extra clean.

II 3 78 VW Blue (Fastback) $J $..$1495 THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL! 3
Black 1 Interior Extra Sharp.
S 70 VW Blue .$1M5$1495) $100 OFF! 9

A Nation on Whee@needs truck drivers! S Black interior. Tackometer. 68 VW Blue $895

sel We can rigs.train Work you as to husband operate-wife the team big die-or (QI 69 VW Green (Fastback) $#95 $1295White I White/ Interior. New Inspection sTicker. S
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as an independent driver. Train at home Interior, Loaded 68 VW Gray $895
practical training at school- Black Interior AC. Si
followed by 69 VW Red $355 $1295Black
owned facilities. HM"IM 'lIIlttl' NHSC.
Interior Low mileage.
Approved for Vets & Inservice Personnel

Phone: ((305)) 642-0800 I CLINTON'S AUTO SALES I !
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RADM.GElS (center)received many tributes m the City;:of Jacksonville.Secretary of the Navy pay MORE. '
J. William Middendorf, 11and, Char .. -
Congressmen es s Bennett and William Chapell 11 were among the "" :
dignitaries.


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See Coupon Offer Below. any other bank or savings &

Mustang

A ''GET TO YM0W US" OFFER$$4.35flPIe8uY loan association Jacksonville.- .

[ one giant coUP" 1OTAL
Urge pizza $ $) 35
(Tx$ Jax Navy Federal Credit Union pays 6 per cent per annum, compounded .
tJ quarterly, on all share accounts. There's no minimum deposit and no notice
BRING THIS COUPON required for withdrawing your money..at any time I
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i cash allotment. Your savings earn more with usl!

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PHONE 384.1391
Tel.387.5622or Base Ext.201? I I 772.9894 or Base Ext.215
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Florence Anders of the Navy Disease Vector Ecology and Control
Office. One of those recipes allows us to follow our policy of providing
our readers with recipes that enable them to make use of produce thatis
in abundant supply and at an economical price.

Onion Casserole .
,, : 2 Ibs. (about 15 small l onions) ,
or large jar of precooked onions
3 tablespoons butter or oleo
3 tablespoons flour
IVi cups milk
l/z teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons prepared mustard
:r j"MAD 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
,,1 L Me cup chopped nuts

Cook onions in boiling salted water until tender; drain. Arrange in
/ greased baking dish.Melt butter;blend in flour.Gradually stir in milk
and cook over low heat, stirring constantly, until thick. Stir in salt,
: : mustard, and worcester hire sauce and pour over onions. Sprinklenuts
: : over top> Bake in moderate oven ((350 degrees) 10 to 15 minutes.
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FOX" RETIRES-AWC Bennie C. Rhoades is piped over the side at VP-5 after completing 20 L
I years of naval service. Chief Rhoades spent the last three years as the "Mad Fox"AW Division CZ JAWA RICKMANBSA
Chief.
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We refer,of course,to Thunderbirds,Volkswagens,
Demonstration Drive Barracudas,Cougars,Wildcats,Mustangs,as well as
JbreDollarcVinnerLOISA.HERRON most any other car you might want to buy.Is .

'y lacksonvlllt..Fla that all?Not for a minute.See HFC about a Shoppers'Loan
to cover repairs on the car you already have.To .
spend on shopping trips,on or off base.To buy most
anything you need.Or see,and think you might want.

'1 YOU, too, will win $1 to $1,000 The Finance.Shoppers'An equal Loan.opportunity Up to$2500 lender.HOUSEHOLD from. Household


when you play. .TOYOTA e FINANCECORPORATION


1 r. )errion$tration give or ))oUar TM .$ ATLANTIC& SUBSIDIARY, COMPANIES


1HE' Penman Plaza
vv-- a. Shopping Center
7 v" I. ; 1227 Atlantic Boulevard-PHONE
:246-6421
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\1 I NO PURCHASE NECESSARY JACKSONVILLEGrant
.A 1 W;;t,'.... 8445 ARLINGTON EXP. City Shopping Center
T'N: l q".c /-" y.BRING 6282103rd Street-PHONE: 771-9190
,; S't't' THE CARD PHONE 7213000TMOCopynghMd
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1 by Autonomy="' i:' tacK Ownondrmon Rita I lor DoDwt 5713 Beach Boulevard-PHONE:398-4541
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CALL: 3873566thVH' Movie Schedule


AdS should be mailed not later
than
Tuesday for
publication the
following Thursday. Ads
arriving too late for '"' will be
0ublis"J the .
following week unless the publisher; Is Instructed
otherwise. A check or money order for he cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy. -. .
I RATE: minimum charge (U lines
Mail' ) -$1.50 Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...60c Thursday, July 11 RABBIT" Comedy,Starring Tom
'tO.'HOLTPUBLISHINGCO.: 4565 SHIRLEY AVE, "CRAZY JOE" Action Drama
L- JACKSONVILLE: 32210 Smothers and Orson Welles. "R"

-v I Starring Peter Boyle and Fred (92 min.)

EMPLOYMENT':'' :: ". 19" PORTABLE COLOR T.V. JUSTUS TRAILER PARK Williamson. "R" ((101 min.) Monday, July 13
t
L :: Silvertone (Sears), Excel. Cond., 2 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern Friday, July 12 "BLACULA" Horror, Starring

Yrs. old, $150. firm. 2647166. trailer and apts. 3893007. "PLAY IT AGAIN SAM" William Marshall and Vonetta

AUTOMOTIVE SALESSECRETARY l .} REAL"ESTATE Comedy, Starring Woody Allen McGee "PG" (93 min.)

,. .. ",,_.,. .. -- .>& &I 1972 REMBRANDT and Diane Keaton. "PG" ((87 Tuesday July 16
L'Oht dictation required, excellent 60'X12', 2BR., Take over pymis. plus min.)
TRAILER LOTS "LADY CAROLINE LAMB"Historical
fringe benefits, including company WITH ACREAGETwo equity, AC, dishwasher, fncd. lot 5
paid Insurance. Westslde VW, phone up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile miles from NAS, 771-9239 Saturday July 13 Drama, Starring
radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to "BILLY TWO HATS" Western
Herb Lane, 7815511. Sarah Miles and John Finch.
$3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far
below near-future values. Call Tony WEBUYANDSELLGOOD Starring Gregory Peck and Desi "PG" ((123 min.)

JANITORIAL George, 389-5514, Eve. 771-1976. USED MOBILE HOMES Arnaz, Jr. "PG" ((100 min.) Wednesday, July 17

Part-tlme evenings 5P.M. 10P.M. WYNNE REALTY FLORIDA Phone 388.4619 Sunday.July 14 "SNOOPY COME HOME"Cartoon
NAS JAX. 3552741. Royal Services. Realtors
Specialist "GET TO KNOW YOUR
"G" ((89 min.)
LETYOURRENT
BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT
TEMPORARY INDUSTRIAL HELP- VERY NICE DEPOSITREQUIRED
PICK YOUR OWN WORK 3 Bedrm. Home with Air Cond. &
DAYSIf
SUMIT MOBILE HOMES
you have any days with 8 10 10 hrs. range serving bar between kitchen & 5210 Phillips, Highway, IJJ-9422 CAREER IN FINANCE
LR, fenced backyard. Only $17,000- .
free, and would like 10 earn extra BRING THIS AD FOR $100. OFF
VA. Call Today.
money, we have numerous lobs
available with warehouses, factories, JACK FOREHAND FOR MEN & WOMENCOLLEGE
4040103rd St.between( bases)
Import firms, etc. Pay ranges from I TRANSPORTATIONLOW I
Corp. Realtor-M.L.S.771.88663BR.,2BA.BRICK
$2.00 hr. up. We now have an office In
Cedar Hills for your convenience for DEGREE NOT REQUIRED.
further Info. call 355.2738 from 10AM. DOWN PAYMENT HOW WILL YOUR CAREER DECISION
3P.M. Range & refrigerator, enclosed 1967 Pontiac Firebird, 400 Cu. In., REFLECT YOUR INDIVIDUAL NEEDS & GOALS?

Cr.age woW & D connection, fncd., 2DR., H.T., AT, Mag Wheels, extra

pecan trees, pay equity & assume nice. $1095. 388.6422.
LIKE TO HELP PEOPLE? If looking 'for satisfaction that with Involvementwith
pymts. $161.89 Mo. Vansandt Realtor, you are comes
.
Full or Part Time work available. 3893549. WANTED people, a challenge that utilizes your abilities, and advancement
Niagara Massage Equipt. 4300 MainSt. USED MOTORCYCLES that relates directly to your effort,then H.F.C.'s
3558550. Any shape size, year, model, or Management training program is your best opportunity. We are

FOSHEEREALTY condition. 387-OSS1 looking for career minded, ambitious people,21 or older who havea
I MISCELLANEOUS:;j Immediate cash for your equity, none flair for leadership and a mature business attitude to train for
too large or too small. NOCASHNEEDED executive positions in our branch offices. Unlimited advancement
1969 Ford XL, 2DR. HT, bucket seats,
Want To Be A DISC JOCKEY 388.1581
Broker
opportunity,secure future, outstanding benefits In nation's largest
runs good, $995. or low mo. pay. 388-
714-4126
Call Mike Taylor or
consumer finance company (VA Approved)
Columbia School of Broadcasting 356- 642?
83S1. Home school San Francisco, FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS
CONTACTJoe HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CORPORATION6282103rd
VWYELLOWSUPER BEETLE
course by home study, Approved for
Roplak (RET. NAVY) Realtor 1971, Wifes car, beautiful condition,
Nat'l.Bank. .
Veterans. Local office Fla.
St.or 5713 Beach Blvd.
Associate Representing
25,000 Miles, $1,600. Phone 2641378.
8th Year.
Our (not affiliated
Blanding Agency Inc. Realtors
with CBS, Inc.) OFFICE: 771-8036 RES t 781. 7715 NO CASH NEEDED Household Is an Equal Opportunity Employer and all minority &
female applicants will be considered on the same basis as other
1969 Impala 2DR. HT Vinyl roof, applicants without regard to race,sex,or natural origin.
REAL ESTATE runs good, 51095, or low mo. pay. 388-
LIVE CRABS New & used home sales, equities, 6422.
Wilford's Fish Camp appraisals. Our staff Is navy oriented.

264-9707 Room 604, First Federal Bldg/ Call NO CASH NEEDED
355-9094, 384-5212, 7712189. Your choice of 1967 Pontiac or 1967
Page Aspinwall, Broker Fury III, both sharp, $695. ea. or low B

AUTO AIR COND.SERVICEAlso mo. pay. 3886422. :-a: Chief
home Central units & window ONLY $13,000 Big Say:

AC. Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 3885161. For this 3BR., I'/jBA., Mobile Home, NOCASH NEEDED
w-Ig. attached den, completely fncd. 1967 Ford Galaxle, AC, AT, runs good, ''
Many xtras. $650., or low mo. pay. 3886422. U Don't have to

SUMMER CAMP FOR KIDS LARGE LOT (
Ages 8.16, Fishing, Horseback, Comfortable 2BR., Home w-Rfrig., w- 1973 CHEVY CUSTOM 10 PICKUP TOTE 'EM. Big
Swimming, Accredited Meals, 1,000 w carpet, lovely yd. w-lots of shade, '/? Ton, long-wheel base, new tires &
acres 246.7004, or 2499576. completely fncd. Only $14,500. low mileage. Call after 5PM. 7727023. Chief pv.ts, '4
LOW EQUITY
Neat 3BR., CA&H 1'Vgarage, quiet 'em on FREE!
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENTLike street,close to everything$19,900. Call
new cond., full layout for Sandwich now won't last I BGor mall... '
or Short order restaurant. 384- 7430 JADE DR. NORTH -. lit't MONARCH

5678 or 2468383. Like new 3BR., V/iBA.' brick-front l'
Rancher w-attached garage, CA&H, (I \dCa'.I.Illl '

SINGER ZIGZAG good equity buy. 1 awe PERFORMANCE
Sewing Machine, looks like new. 1973 NEED ROOM?

Model, zlg zags, appliques, Use this as private home or rent 1 or 2 i-"ii'' 4-PLY
monograms, etc. Need someone to units for xtra Income, floored attic,

pay balance 563,20 or assume$9.10 per basement,3 BR.,31/BA.,$40,000. tit POLYESTER 1'k1
month payments. Will take trade. PENSION VETS \ .

Phone 7310255. Ask for Credit Call us to see this neat 3BR. home, kit. 1 \ WHITEWALL

Manager. Will deliver, no obligation. equipt. w-w carpet, many xtras. Only need ;
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$21,000.WORKMAN 'em all! ,, \\\J /

SINGER Realtors-M.L.S. REALTY INC.388-9385 ( dI 30,000 MILEGUARANTEE

Automatic zig-zag, with drawer r'r
desk, makes buttonholes, sews buttons tit
PEACE & QUIET
knits, etc. Suggested list $248.00 4
4BR., 2BA., CH&A, more than 1 acre "
ONLY $4.00 I 1 1'BiLLE1
with another l'/i' acres avail. Plenty of
Cash or easy terms, 10-day home trail. trees, conv. to bases, 2825444. F78xl4 or 15 4 FOR 7980
H&N Sewing & Appliance Center, 7271

103rd St., 1 Blk. W. of '1295. Open til """,,,,,. & I l G78xl4 15 4 FOR 8780 /
9:00 p.m. 7711850. We accept trades. I" ; M: 'RENTALS_ ,,'" ...,." ", PROOF ,, or

LAKe HORE RESIDENTIAL APT. H78xl4 or 15 4 FOR *999a>>

1974 STEREO For couple,one Bedroom, quiet neighborhood t L78xl5 4 FOR 10795Plus
LARGE 60" ,$90. per mo. 4928 Dundee Rd. I.-.1 ;
New In carton 60" stereo, AM-FM i1ii
radio with AFC, & 8.track, four styles LARGE COUNTRY HOUSE F.E.T. of 2.37 to 3.13

of furniture to choose from. Some with 3BR., Den, Stove, Dryer, AC, curtains
Passenger lire Guarantee&
bars suggested list $269.95. & carpet, with Lg. lot, $200. mo. 388-

LIMITED TIME $138.00 S382: after 5:30: P.M. '! NI .Guaranteed.,.i".'.11!)read haiardt I.,.1..life. Cash or easy terms, hurry while .,..d.1f hr.fail. w. wn, .t.",.p".". r.p.ir,it fr...r r..
supply lasts. H & N Sewing 8. Appliance ORANGE PARK-HOUSE I the plot.it.ckueine.nly f.,the tr..d w..,.". p'.'.'..10.,..f
..
Center 7271 103rd St.. 1 Blk. 3BR.. 2BA., Furn., CH&A W&D, DW .Guer.nt..d.e.in.l curenPrice plus. w.ar-aul t. f.r. tp.cified number"'.....
W.of '1295.Open ill 9:00: P.M. 771-1850. Fncd. Yd.,fully carpeted, Avail. July. If .,..d wear out in Inn period, w.winept.c.t, charging
244-1397. fer""...,.u..d.n.p'.,.,..10.,..1 the cwrr.nl price,plus
r tu.C.mm.rci.lv.hicl..nclud.d..
GEORGE'S KENNELS
FOR RENT
Dogs & Cats Boarded 2BR. Mobile Home, '9- lot, 15 min.
Since 1925. Grooming, training &
welcome. from NAS, no children. $150. Mo. jff't11j
shipping Visitors : :
Bankamerlcard & Mastercharge Call 268.2620 _

honored. Off 1.10 near Cassat Ave.&
FIELD
CONV. NAS 8. CECIL
Edgewood Ave. 2BR. Mobile Home, Carpet, AC, Patio
508S Edgewood Court.783-1625 & Awning Lg. fncd. lot, married only. T RE COMPANY

$125 Mo. 771-5932. BJMI '
SOFA BED ( Open 8-4 Mon.-FrL 8-2 Sat

Simmons good condition $100. Danish !>r .I oMES /
Modern Chair,Ott Coffee table, 2 end L.M.Q I S44MAVf>ORT K0 JM 4IJJ0t5

tables make offer. 7811301. BRANDING VVJ> 771 340 J.31>H U *$ MWY 717 1144
,O'XU'DORADO '1 KNOW f1 E CAIJ f 1U20CEMTURNER D* flVlSJiI
2BR., I'/jBA., wet bar, completely
6HP JOHNSON OUTBOARD MOTOR !
turn., W-W carpet thruout, in park
IN
operating Stand, gas time tank. fresh less. water.than 7811301.25) hrs. near pool. Rent or pay equity and buy. It 11 E M IOI Ah A1 A
$175. Phone 771.2405 after 5:30: P.M.

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I.:.:0:.:.;.:.:.:................................. ..........-N>,...........,......._.._.._..........................................................................................To'....................................Fi................ ... I. :-:.;.:.:.:Sti...-' ... VW-1963 vv-70 Engine, Ki"rlTlli"I1" FOR SALE: Hoover portable
Ghia, Vinyl top. A-l Running. All washer 1 year old good conditionnew

THE FleeT MARKET : new tires. Radio AC. Call 771.9129 $130 will sell for best offer

First $550 takes call 786-5681

A FREE PERSONAL WAN TAD SERVICE ...,......
for Military and Civilian Employees rf NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field .
For Sale 23 Inch COLOR TV., 7ft. For sale- TRAVEL TRAILER

.. Padded BAR, Sears Silvertone $1200 self contained sleeps. 6 -

r------FREE .Wt Stereo in 5ft. temp cabinet. 264- stove refrlg hot water heater,
AD ORDER FORM 5248 shower Call 264.5408 (John)

I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS)
i For Sale: 1972 MGB, new Radial 3BR, 2BA, Country Kit, W-Biro,

tires new batt. Excellent con Foyer, Big LR, Paneled Dr, inside

diton $2795. Call 737-3363 util. room, Huge Closets,

large patio Storage area, CA&H

i 4 Acres Switzerland. $4500 per fenced yard w-many trees Oak

acre. Equity and assume 8 Hill Park
772.9552.
percent mortgage. High and dry .

TYPE OR CLEARLY PR I NT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW .1 with many trees. After 4 P.M. 63 BUICK good cheap tran

I BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD.I 731.4923 sportation. Runs great $250 or

best offer. House hold Items,

I For Sale: MAGNAVOX 19" B&W clothes (excellent condlton) rugs,

I Name TV W-stand. Needs some work. assorted Items. 772.9552
I
Office or activity to which assigned
i Good picture tube, only $20.

1 I Phone 7861599. FOR SALE: 1 Oak Dinette Table.

:.. .. 3 sec. Sofa-Biege, Hoover
1 Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature
I I For sale: Maple rocking chair Shampoo & Waxer, 8 M.M.

1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, ie: Full I with avocado chair pads $18.00. Camera & Projector Studio
i military or civilian: employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I Encyclopedia set "American Couch & Bolsters Brown Call
NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate office or activity I Educator" plus childrens science 641.0938
2. Free advertising In the to which he Is assigned and office telephone. This
I :':Vlee-T MARKET"will encyclopedia $75.00 786.1599
be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housingfor information Is for authentication only and your ad I
I should be worded Independently of this information. Chris craft 26FT. New eng.
personal' use as a residence; offers to buy or sell
I FORD GALAXY 500 AT PS, $1400 in water. Needs
personal property; offers of or requests for rides to 70 Bargain.
and from work announcements of educational S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In I PB, AC, runs good $1195. Phone cleaning and minor top repair
I the -following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads
courses offEred by nonprofit organizations or 771-6732 725-5852 or Ext 3563
arriving after that date will be placed In the
governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted
only If the words "PCS" (for military), or following week's edition. Ads will be run only one .
I "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the time unless submitted as prescribed above. I Top quality shag carpet with Will do BABYSITTING In my

I Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the padding. Used one year. Two home weekends and evenings.Call .
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied /. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I
I green and one yellow. Call for 389.8938 after 5:00: p.m.
by the word "Free". "Fle -T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR
I
I NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide prices and sizes 264.1853
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. For sale: Waterfront Black
I "Flee-T 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 Oval dining table with two leaves Creek 3 BD RM, CH&A, Large
will be rejected. more than two ((2) ads per week per person will be I four cane back chairs like new covered patio, 1 acre completely
I accepted. $150. 737-0834 fenced, artesian well, un-
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T I
I MARKET" Editor, CO JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 1, .. Ads appearing to be In the promotion of a I deground sprinklng, carpeted,
I NAS Jacksonville Jacksonville Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above I For sale: 19" Admiral Black & $42,000. 772.9410
I OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher white TV. Good condition $30.00
"Flee-T MARKET" Editor, C-o AIRWINGER the right to omit or all ads. Iss
reserves any Also Polaroid camera w-case For sale 1966 CHEVROLET
I 111, NAS Cecil Field Florida 32215. These forms
1------------, woI, $15.00. 387-4547 IMPALA AT, PT, PB, AC for only
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: $300. Phone 778-1732
1970 PONTIAC TEMPEST, For Sale: 12'x60MOBILE HOME For :sale: : ROAD RUNNER Missing Important calls? Solve

2Dr.H.T. Economy plus, 6 cyl. AC ACWasherdryerdlshwasherutility (1970)( ), A.T., 3832brl. $1,000 firm. the problem with my phone For Sale: 1968 CHEVELLE-
PS PB Green with vinyl top. Good shed- shaded fenced yard- Call Steve Greer Ext. 3195,
mate 400. Six mos. old, good as SHARP Rebuilt 283, new 4 BRL,
condition phone 725.4994 nice quiet park264.9614GUNSI AOMD new. Only $100 2835.6 AT, PS. US Mags rear, chrome

reverse front. All new tires, call
For Sale: 1969 OPEL KADETTE Civil War Carbines for Norge 1500 BTU AIR COND. 1973 TS 185 SUZUKI. $500. Call 264.5408

4 Speed 30 MPG, New Tires Sale: Spencer, 1865, $350. Brand new 2 years warranty $200. 781.9093

Radio, Heater Good Cheap Galager, 1860-S110; Triplett & Whirlpool 21,000 BTU excellent Kroeler contemporary chair

Transportation. $700 Call Jerry Scott 1864-$85 771.1153 cond. $200.00 Call 7716135. '64 DART GT, 340, 4-speed (fabric) great for den only $20, 4
Gay, 2693 or 2694 ..........
schooler, edelbrock, holley I Kitchenette chairs $10, officer's
For Sale: 12x65 two bedroom For Sale: Early American couch hooker, mallory, Lakewood, l Uniforms reasonable. Call 781-
2 Swivel ROCKERS with Early MOBILE HOME, two full baths, chair, footstool and rocker. Slicks and More. $995. Call after 5 8466
American print slipcovers. $50 CH-A, w-D. Equity and assume $125.00 or nearest offer. 2641790. 389.8429

each Call 786-7083 payments of $129.69 Mo. 772-9597 1969 Triumph 650 (TR 6)) Chopper
SAIL I BOAT .
Montgomery
House for sale: Normandy perfect running condition, hard
BUNK BEDS
or TWIN BEDS Excellent condition used
Selling OVERSTUFFED one
CHAIR Village Large 3 bedroom & Den. tail', extended 6" In front, 16"
complete with mattresses and season. Can also be rowed
$45.00
or
Canary Yellow. Great
carpeted throughout available back tire, $1100 Ext 3118 or 384-
box springs In very good con- piece of well built furniture. Use motored. Galvanized trailer, Immediately for $21,500. 786-7829 6330 after 5, ask for John.
dition. Maple finish. $110 Call 786- for den etc. Call 778-3884 extras, $700 Call 264.3532

7083 evenings. For Sale BLACK 57 CHEVY, 2 70 VW SQUAREBACK. Radio,

1971 COUGAR XR7 351C 4V, dr. In excellent condition but Stereo cassette player, radials, 27
For Sale Child's
: large Spring Must sell PCS orders 12x60
4Speed, Loaded
Excellent
needs engine work. $500 or best MPG $1250. Call 778-3878 after 5.
HORSE $10, STROLLER $3, 30 Condition. Call C.F. ext 282 or 781- governor Mobile Home 2

Inch bar stool with back $10 1045 after working hours. bedroom, central air. assume offer. Call 772-7411 FOR SALE: Electrophonlc

Phone 781-8083 payments of 83.40. 771-8236 or ext.
Lane, Quality wood CampaignChest Stereo, '73 model, $80, Zig Zag

1970 HONDA CL 100 Excellent 2406. 1 yr. old, $375.00, was Sewing Machine, 1 year old, $50.,
BUMPER POOL TABLE Like Condition $200.00 771.6884 or Cecil $525.00, Gold llx8V2' room size 21" GE TV, excellent cond., $50.
New, with Balls and cue Sticks Ext. 8423 For sale 66 VW Rebuilt 1500 CC Phone 7813874.
rug& pad, $65.00, call 778-0527
$100.00 52", 50 Lb. pull Hunting Engine Hurst Holly and more

Bow $60.00 781.8145 $800 264-6667 or ext 2406 Temple .
1968 CHEV IMPALA Custom 2dr.

327 HP Power Steering and
Candlelight, Gown and ""
Wedding
70 FORD GALAXY 500 ATP- Brakes, AC, AM-FM White-Black .' ,
Veil, Size 16. For $75.00: Blue ,
Vinyl top Call 771-5204, after 5p.m.
SPBAC, Runs Good $1195 Phone
Crepe Formal, size 16 for $25.00. ". r-' p
,, ; .
771-6732 Call 731.1714 (Evenings) ":' .' 1 :,;.


Coleman (Hardtop) CAMPING For Sale: 3BR., 2 BA. Hollow tile, RIDE WANTED: Pacetti Road- ;;Y'

TRAILER. Sleeps 8, New Can. X-stor. Fireplace, 3 A.C.S, Gar Mill Creek Hi-way 16 to NAS Jax. :f ..

vas, 3 Burner Stove, Spare Tire, W.TolletWlred Workshop, Shady Call 3303 Bldg 506 H.F. Ortagus.For ... '.... 1 ';.

etc. Excellent Cend. $895.00 764- fenced yard. 4665 Blount Ave. 388- ..,. .., -, .-

1833 5292 Sale: MOBILE HOME, 1973 '; 'f;'''' ,.
Parkwood 2 bedrooms, set up on I '
lot Approx 5 m In. from NAS Jax. ,:/0 ;
HOUSE for RENT: 4 WANTED: Ride from Con
Call 264-0110 0
f BEDROOM, 2 bath, one car federate Pt. Road to NARF Jax. 0 cp c

garage screened patio and fenced Hours: 7:30: to( 4:00.: Call 778-2487 o
For Sale: Apt. Size Maytag Dryer
yard. Convenient to Cecil or NAS, after five.
((550.00)) 3 in one Stroller ($30.00)),
Jax. Call 26.C.6040WAFFLE.IRON
two 685.15 Recap Tires ($15.00 for
1968 V.W. fast back excellent pair) used 2 weeks. Contact

(Like New) $10; cond. new tires-paint, rebuilt eng. Norman Simms. Call 781.2890

19-Inch RCA TV (Needs Work) ; Best offer over $800 Ext. 2534

\, Phone: 772-8432 72 AMC Hornet SST Radio, ,

.-....... Heater, AT, New Shocks. Batteryand

4 ET MAG'S ((13x5.5)) Fits any 4- 71 CHRYSLER NEWPORT, PS, Retreads, 38,750 miles

Lug Pattern $80; Capacitive PB, AC, 4 dr. HT, 383 eng, 32,440 150000. Call 398.4410 after 5:30:

Discharge Ignition Unit $30; miles. Extra clean. $1495.00 call p.m. weekdays or anytime
Phone 772-8432 771.8962 weekends ,
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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRJNGER PAGE 17



Stamp CirclesEditor's x


Note: With this issue we begin a new hobby column-"Stamp> Circles"-written by Albert
B. Close,a clerk in the U.S. Army Veterinary
Activity located V
on Jacksonville Naval Air Station. As a =
Department of the Army civilian, Mr. Close recently spent five years in the Canal Zone where he
wrote a weekly stamps news column
for the SOUTHERN COMMAND NEWS (joint service
newspaper) and later for the English edition of THE PANAMA AMERICAN. He is recognized as an
expert in Latin American philately in general,and Panama and Canal Zone in particular.
Any people interested in the formation of a stamp club on the Jacksonville Naval Air Station may
contact this writer at extension 2878 or 2879 for further details. In the planning stages are swap
sessions,auction nights,and exhibits of topics and collections.

by Albert B.Close M ky fir/
New Zealand health stamps are one of the most popular postal tax stamps being collected today.
August 7th will see a new issue of three values to support the children's health camps throughout the
country

Three, four and five cent postage rates plus one cent on each for the health tax make up the set,
adding a miniature sheet of the 4c + Ic in two rows of five.
This health series for the first time features the theme of children's pets. Past issues have usually
shown the British Royal Family,birds,children at play and sport.
The Republic of Colombia recently released a commemorative honoring Madre Laura Montoya,
the famous Colombian missionary nun. Mother Montaya was born in Jerico, Department of An-
tioquia, Colombia in 1874.
In her 75 years of living this extraordinary woman founded 71 houses of her missionary order in
Colombia, 17 in Ecuador and 2 in Venezuela. Dedicated to the Indian population in particular this
work involved Mother Montoya in the deeper understanding of the native culture and language. As a
writer alone, she produced 15 large volumes about religion, mysticism, missionary work and
teaching as a science.
She did much research in the native Indian dialects, and helped the documentation and understanding
of native legends and culture in general. As a writer she helped found the magazine +
"Almas" (souls). Her autobiography is considered a literary jewel in Latin American literature.
Mother Montoya died in Medellin, Colombia in October 1949. She has been presented for
beatification as a Saint,and this matter is under study in Rome right now.
Loving care has gone into the Vatican City's recent'triptych commemorating the seventh centenary .
of the death of St.Thomas Aquinas.That philosopher writer is honored with the reproductionof
LEARNING EXPERIENCE-Welding students from the Technical
the"School of St.Thomas", Tullio Mele from in the
an etching by ,copied a panel-painting Libraryof
High School Summer School listen as Tony Fragale (Right), NARF
the Convent of St. Mark in Florence, Italy.That mural is by an unknown artist of the School of Fra
division foreman, explains industrial welding techniques. The I
Angelico.
students visited NARF's new Heat Treatment Facility with their instructor .
Spreading the picture in three parts over stamps of 50, 90 and 220 lire value, this isssue will George Newburg (Center)
probably become one of those prime investment items which are added to well chosen portfolios.you
are an art topical collector,this set is a must for your collection.The .
Canal Zone will have two new coil stamps issued in late summer according the THE CANAL
ZONE PHILATELIST.The currently issued 10 cent (Maj j Gen Harry F. Hodges) and 25 cent (John F. UTWW
Wallace) will appear in new vending machines.An .
outstanding article on Canal Zone stamps appears in the Second Quarter 1974 issue of the C.Z. CASH & CARRY!;
PHILATELIST.Originally appearing in the Los Angeles Times,this article by Stanley Meisler opensa TIRES
lot of eyes to the reality of the Canal Zone postal system in general. The Canal Zone Study Group
sponsors this publication. By becoming a member of that organization you receive a subscription to lowest PricesAnywhere ,
the magazine. Anyone interested may write Alfred R. Bew, Secretary, 29 X. South Carolina Ave., '
Atlantic City,N.J.08401.Yearly membership fee is$5.00.
Netherlands Antilles will issue August 12th three items to mark the golden jubilee of Lago, an oil
refining complex on the island of Aruba. Although the Netherlands Antilles islands have no natural ALL SIZESNATIONAL
petroleum of their own, they are situated so close to Venezuela, the oil giant, that the refinery industry BRANDSWHITEWALLS Mk
has become a logical development. e
Now owned by the Exxon firm,the refineries on Aruba are one of the largest of all employers in thisarea [
E78X14 $15.95
,90 percent of the work force being native Antilleans.The '_;
three new stamps are of 15c, 30c and 45c values showing various views of the petroleum i F78X14 16.95
refineries. G78X14 17.95 r
__ _
I II
H78xl4' 19.95

G78x15 17.95
SECURITY GUARD I' H78X15 19.95

f.. 'f' 23.95
L78X15
f .t .J Retired Military Welcome t 31RSIIf ,

..;i i\-: '.. ) I FET S1.86.$3.16
s- RAISEDWHITELETTER fti

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK ,
DEER SPRINGS"ESTATES t F 10x14 $21.97
OF ATLANTA G 70x14 23.20
MAJOR
....ATKEYSTONE JACKSONVILLE BRANCH F 10x15 21.97 i
HEIGHTS ...has an opening 'on Its Security Force. Must be in x% BRAND. G70x15 23.91
MOBILE HOMES ITES excellent physical condition and undergo strict STEEL F.E.T. 2.64 2.87IET1
security Investigation and firearms qualification test. BELTED
CLYDE W. SIMPSON & CO.
Salary$6700 yr. Apply In person, 515 Julia St.Mondaythru C7Ix14
REALTOR 356-6349 Friday. I OTHER SIZES $2195PROPORTIONATELY

An equal opportunity employerBE ,1 PRICED

F.E.T.J2.23.J2.28

If your rooms 14"x6% '%

look tired or MAG WHEEL


hopeless call OUR GUEST TO AN EXCITING $21 95 EA.

EVENING OF HORSE RACING AT I It.
us for help. t.r t.

We'll send youa GATOR DOWNS
[ 5 NIGHTS A WEEK 8 PM POST TIME
'
decoratorfree. TUESDAY THRU SATURDAYCLIP HIJACKERAIR

SHOCKS
1 BRING TO GATE
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GATOR DOWNS '\ .
1
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Penneys $5195

Custom A QUARTER HORSE RACING :. ? {

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Decorating at 5 .

Cedar Hills. FREE GRANDSTAND PASS .., U.T OTE..a M

771-6361 1974 SEASON : TIRE "

GOOD ANY ONE NIGHT : 5560 NORMANDY BLVD.

JCPenneyWe TAX ABSORBED BY MANAGEMENT L' ;,; 786-4430 (I Ii
and St. Augustine '
Jacksonville
/If
know what sq, U.S. t Between / i ill
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liLt, alr. Sands J takes flu.TTCf 5 helm


Jax-HS-5 held its annual change of command ceremony June 28 with LCdr. E.
R. Sands relieving Cdr A.L. Kruger as the"Night Dippers" skipper.
Capt. W. F. Meyer was the guest speaker and LCdr. D.P. Fisher took over the
duties of squadron XO.
LCdr. Sands attended Chicago Teachers College before entering the Navy in

1958. .
He reported to HS-9 at NAS Quonset Point after receiving his wings and
commission as Ensign. While attached to HS-9 he served as Airframes Officer,
Schedules Officer and Safety Officer.
: } In 1954 he was a member of a five-plane detachment from HS-9 that first
evaluated the CV concept while aboard the USS Forrestal for a two-month
exercise.
_
In May 1964, LCdr.Sands reported aboard USS Vancouver (LPD-2)) for duty as

j Air Department Officer. During this tour, the ship supported U.S. Marine troops
throughout the 1968 Tet Offensive. LCdr. Sands received the Navy Com-
mendation Medal for his actions during that period. From August 1969 to July
Jf: 1971,.he was assigned as Staff Communications Officer for Commander Fleet Air


J4 Quonset.Following Replacement Pilot Taining at HS-1, he reported to HS-5 in June 1973

as XO. .
I A number of awards were presented to squadron personnel before the changeof
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IT'S A TRADITION at HS-5 for outgoing squadron skippers to passon command ceremony.
their command-at-sea insignia to their relief. Cdr A.L. Kruger AE1 Dennis E. Rose received the squadron's Sailor of the Year Award and
I (Right) upholds the tradition as he presents the insignia to LCdr. E.R. AW2 Robert E. Fary and AE1 Gary M. King received Good Conduct Medals.
Sands, the new "Night Dippers" C.O.TO1. Letters of Commendation were presented to ATC L. E. Coy, ATI D. J.
d Gominiak, AW2 S.D. Kerlin, Lt. D.J. Myles and Ltjg( ) Gaston R. Buford.
Receiving awards for rescuing a downed A-4 pilot were Lt. W. C. Sears, Lt. T.
E. Corkern, AW2 R. E. Fary and AW3 P. C. McElroy.

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771.6666
["Tl 1 Den"";
CELICA ST Auto Air, VINYL TOP c Smugglers,
Yellow, Nice Car. $3888
THE
71 LANOCRUISER Station Wagon,
Torquoise & White, Radial tires, REAL $2795 LOUNGE'
ADULT
NICE! 'THE FRAMERYFormerly

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Air. $3295 designed for alt pleasure aid relaxation: ( Frame Circus)

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74 PINTO RUNABOUT Blue, Extra (Next to Pic'n Saveat 103rd St)
Clean.71DATSUNS105edanspd.trans.radio. $2695 I I OPEN DAILY fA.Ma'til 2 AMI PHONE 771-0500

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$1395 .
WW, one owner, very clean, light green. ..
"OU.t Large Selection of
y 73 CORONA.4., Brown, Auto, Air. ,,1tot. \\\1 CUSTOM & READYMADE .
w 2788 '4 \II' ., .... FRAMES
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Compact Special of Week 1 _cnt' PAINTINGS. .
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JAX AIR NFWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 19


I Navy Relief fund drive hits record high. I



Jax-This'year's Navy Relief Society Fund Drive reached a record
high for the Jacksonville-Georgia area.
A total of$55,016.89 was collected-110 percent of the$50,000 goal.
Leading the way were the three major Naval Activities under
: ; TACAIRLANT: NAS Jacksonville ($4,463.85)) NAS Cecil Field
(4046.29 and NAS Glynco Ga. ($5,102.22)).
r Full credit must be given to all keymen whose hard work and
dedicated support to the program ensured its success. Of particularnote
; are those who surpassed their assigned monetary goals.
Equal credit goes to the civilian employees who donated to the drive
? through their departments. NARF paced the individual commandswith
w J I IR'I I a 2922.75 effort
y I In addition the drive was aided by $4,218.72 in individual con
N tributions from Reserve and retired military personnel and various
j
-I civilian "Friends of the Navy".
IaI d
f, Activities: which met or exceeded their goal and their percentagesare

l 1 A NAS Jax ((106),NAS Cecil ((124)), NAS Glynco ((116)), COMLATWING
; I Ia One ((100)), COMPATWING 11 ((104)), COMHELASWING One ((130),
COMAIRASWING One (116), VA-45 ((100)), VA-81(113)), VA-82 ((104))
VA-87 ((102), VA-105 ((100), VA-174 ((116)).
Also HS-15 ((125), IIS-3 (121)), VS-24 (100)), VS-30 ((100), VS-32 (100),
VP-56 ((100), CVW-3 ((200)), CVW-5 ((174), VW-4 ((145)), CVWR-20 (135)),
A NAMTRADET (113)),NAMTRADET CECIL (111)),NARF (1605)),

_. NAVDISVECECOLONCEN (149)), NAVFINOFF (180)), MARCUISTA
(116)), NAVFUELDEP (217).
And NAVWEASERFAC ((109), MARBKS Ji x ((122)), MARBKS
CECIL ((100)), NAVDRUREHCEN (100)), CBU-410 (108)),
--.-. ..., ---R. ,_ __ H ALCREHABCEN (105)) and Naval Air Reserve (113)).

SUCCESSFUL END-RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, COMTACAIRLANT, presents a check for the
proceeds from this year's Navy Relief Society Fund Drive to Retired Navy Capt. Sherman Wright, WITHOUT ADVERTISING
I Executive Secretary of the Jacksonville Navy Relief Auxiliary. Looking on are (L-R): Lois Davis,
secretary for the drive drive coordinators Lt. Peter J. Leniart and Marvin Smith and Cdr. Luther YOU WOULDN'T KNOWSend
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1. All individual federal income 6. The best way for a taxpayer DO I KNOW YOU CAN VOTE

tax returns undergo being audited to present his side
selection to pick out returns to the IRS examiner is to-. WHEN YOU'RE 18 YEARS OLD?

to be audited. a. say very littleb.
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P c. computer 7, IRS conducts audits FEW BARS...
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return lead to an IRS audit if theyare a. by correspondenceb. :
the average deduc- .' at IRS officesc. i.'
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category.a. (all of the above)
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the number of schedules at. 9. Records documenting the **. .,
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obvious cheatingc. property or the purchase of stock W d

the probability of error should be kept -. .
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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 21


I To buy or to rent-?

I

To buy or to rent? That's the "We have had excellent
cooper
housing question facing a Service ation from various military com
family at least once during a 20 or manders who come down pretty
30 year military career. hard with the limited tools they
Everyone has his own personal have to bring about equal opportunity -
answer, but Secretary Housing ," he said. But, he noted
and Urban Development James that the ultimate resort for the individual 1
T. Lynn believes you should have '
in or out of uniform,
the likelihood of a three or four rests with HUD.
year tour at a given locality before
As he put it, "If we arc satisfied
even considering the buying of'a
that there is an equal opportunity
home.
violation and that the landlord
"If it is going to be shorter than or
homeseller does not shape up
three or four years, you are better i '
with respect to it, we turn it over '
the HUD
off renting, Secretary
to the
Department of Justice for
said. His reasoning is that in the suit." .i
short-term, the housing market
has its ups and downs. Specifi- Asked a series of questions
cally, he warns about those about the "happy acre" kind of

short-term situations in which advertisements pitched at military =*+, .y
you must sell your home and find personnel for retirement
there is no market for it. homes the HUD officials said the
best protection is to ask the adver-
If you decide to buy, hire a
tiser for a statement under the In.
lawyer to look over the deal and
regard the nominal fee as insur- terstate Land Sales RegulationAct. r

ance money. _.. .-
"Any who makes the Demanding the HUD Interstate
person
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most major purchase of his Sales Document is only asking for
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certificate for his .
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dollars of debt-without having a stressing
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the saying goes in the law," he should not deal with land sellers First; JAPANESE iEtAURANT in MteortvflieJ
who cannot provide this document
told Air Force Chief Master -

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TACAIRLANTGOLF SLOW PITCH STANDINGS: CO-NA TIONAL LEAGUE
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Cecil Field will host the VA-174 4.1
1974 TACAIRLANT Golf Tour- VA-45 4-2 BOQ 36-12 THE BEST WAY TO

nament on July 22 thru July 26. VS-32 5-3 AIMD 33.15 MAKE PROGRESS
All forces afloat are eligible to VS-30 3-2 NWSED 32.16CLAW1 & I

participate in the tournamentand VA-15 3-3 32-16 WITH ME.
should have their entries in to VS-22 2-4 Admin 30.18 ..
Mr. Bill Stott by July 15. VS-28 2-5 Dental 28-20
Maximum entry per activity is Medical 2-6 V A- 7 27-31
limited to four. The top four Weapons 23.25VA72
entries will represent the com- FAST PITCH STANDINGS:. 2226VA15
mand in the CINCLANTFLT VA.174., 40VA45 No,1 18-30
Tournament at NAS Oceana 5-9 2-1 VS-32 16.32AIMD0

August. AMD 2-2 15-33
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6ND GOLFA VS-32 0-2 A.15 No. 2 11-37
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the Cecil links July 27 and 28.The
top four will then represent Cecil BOWLING

All Field personnel at Pensacola with a 7 August handicap 19-23.or ATLANTIC LEAGUE 17 generations of VS-24 skippers I IWlsm

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plays who? When? VA-45 27&-12V4
Where? The duty rain cloud has OMD 26-14 M An historically significant
made scheduling an impossibletask Marines 23.17 meeting took place recently at
here recently. Chief Robertshas VA-72 23-1 NAS CECIL FIELD as CAPT
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trying to figure it out. The only FASO 20-20 RET, and CDR GEORGE M.
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PM "* """"""""" " CDR ZALUDEK is the present
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WILSON Ptmiloc Therefore, these two men

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I Fliers come out even at Mayport. Invitational I

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Jax The Jax Navy he drove in two of the Murray came up in the when they scored one run
Fliers went into the Fliers four runsand collected two runs in the
seventh and drove home but Cliff Murray sent the
Mayport Invitational collected two of their three the winning run and Jax team out front in the third inning.In .

Softball Tourney over the hits in a 4-1 victory over collected his fourth RBI top of the seventh with his the sixth and final
July 4th holiday period Mayport. with his second and
single second two-run homer of contest of the tourney for
with enough fireworks to Schnieder drove in one third hit of the game. the tournament.
the Fliers it Parker
was
provide them with three of two runs the Fliers The Fliers third straightwin
and Mick and the
again
straight victories in the collected in the first inning came when they Jax's lead was short-
score was!'; 6-3 Parker.
beginning but the fuses with a single, then handed Mayport another lived, however, as Parker

evidently got damp as the homered in the third after loss, this time by a 3-2 came back in their half of Parker held a 6-0 lead in

tourney progressed and Jax collected an unearnedrun score. the seventh to score two the fourth inning of this

they dropped three in the second.Mayport's Doug Shepard wieldedthe unearned runs on four game before Jax started

straight. only run was an big bat in this game as Flier errors and no hits. stirring in the fifth. Pete
Pete'Schnieder provided unearned one in the second he hit a two-run homer in Schnieder was the man

almost all of the Fliers inning. the sixth inning that Jax met Cecil for the who did the stirring when

offensive spark in their Cecil Field was the next overcome Mayport's 2-1 second time in the tourneyin he hit his second tourney

first tourney game when team to fall to the Fliers lead and provided the their fifth game but they homerun, this one with two

and Cliff Murray was the margin of victory. didn't fare as well as the men on base.

Help main instrument of defeatin After having won two first time as Cecil shut

the 6-5 win. one-run games in a row, them out 2-0. That was all the stirringJax
Jax started off with two the Fliers found themselves or Parker could "

wanted.Every in the first inning when on the short end of a Cecil held the previously muster in the game as the

Doug Shepard and Murray one-run decision in their potent Flier bats to two 6-3 score ended up being

each singled in a run, fourth match when Parker hits, a double by Murray the final and the Flip C!

added two in the third and Mick, a city league and a single by Walt departed for f ""

when Murray homered team, handed them a 6-5 Swink, while they 3-3 tourney record.SPEAKEASY.
with a man aboard and

another in the fourth on loss.Parker started off big

day Jim Boyette's triple. with three runs in the first

Cecil in the meantimehad inning but the Fliers

of scored one in the third managed to tie it up with BURLESK *

and one in the fourth to one run in the second inning 1

make it 5-2 up to that point and two more in the TOPLESS.

but they went on to score fourth on Jim Boyette's

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DRIVE THE SPECIALRATES .&...&.00 double per occupancy person One Black One Green. Bern nave full power and factory Air
BIG RIGSTrain FOR SERVICEMEN .U Cond., Rallye Wheels, Vinyl Roof, Many other extras. Your
Entertainment Nitely,Quarterdeck Lounge ft Dine at Blur's Seafood Choice.
to drive tractor-trailers Restaurant,250 Beautiful Rooms with TV Direct Dial Phone,Olympic
with combination of home study Swimming, Pool', Free Undercover Parking. 74 Dodgo Dart Sport $3175Lt.
and resident training at one of Met. Green, with White Stripes and half Vinyl Top, R&H.AT,
our huge training centers. PS,PB,318 V-8 Eng.,Fac.AC,6050 miles.
Prepare for a brighter future
and better pay. Effective msmwMOTOR 73 Chevrolet Impalas $2650All
placement assistance provided. are 4Dr hardtop models, with full power & Fac AC AT, 350
FOR LOCAL INFO CALL HOTEL Engs., Variety of Colors. Come now while the Selection Is Good.

RYDER((904)TECH.355.7036 INST. 9901' Main Street Phone 335-3744 73 VWSuper Beetles $2150One

Fla. Nat'l' Bank Bldg. Suite 915 WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO ALL POINTS OF INTEREST Red One beige boin nave K&n, 4Spd., Low mileage.
Jacksonville Fla.32202 Showroom New Cond., Your Choice.
HOME OFF.ATLANTA.GA. 73 Olds Cutlass Supreme $3250
APPROVED FOR VET.ED.
Spt. Cpe., Dk Green with matching Vinyl Roof,Full Pwr, Fac AC.
TRAVEL TO EXCITING PLACES 73 Chevelle Ma IIbu's $2550Eight

4Dr Colonade Sedans to Choose From.All have Jsu Eng.,PS,
ASTRO 1 AIRLINE OPERATIONS/ PB,Fat AC,AT, R&H. Now Is your Chance to buy one wholesale

MOTORS CUSTOMER SERVICE 72 Pontiac GTO $2525
Silver with White Vinyl Roof, Buckets& Console, Rallye Wheels,
6566 Normandy Blvd.7IM97S R&H AT PS, PB, Fat AC.

"Good Transportation at Low -a- 72 Chevrolet Vans! $2025
Costs" C.10 Series, One Auto Trans V-8, Oe Std. Trans., 6 Cyl. Take.
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70 VW Sedan RH 112h S 1800Blue
72 Pontiac Ventura
70 Toyota Corolla RH 5n"
71 Ford Pinto RH 105 Cpe., Rallye II Wheels,6 Lyl.,12.700 miles Std. Trans Just
"VW Sedan RH *'" The travel industry offers interesting, like Brand New.
71 Plymouth Duster RH 6Cyl ("5 well paid careers for men and women. 71 Chev. Monte Carlo $2500Black
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44 VW Sedan RH I"S ticketing, operations, passenger AC.
Thunderbird R HAT *"* travel agent in this fast
service or as a 71 Datsun & Toyota $1000
67 Plymouth Wagon RH AC S475 at home and com-
field. Study
61 Ford Wagon RH *'" cinating in 1200 Series, 4 Spd. R&H Take your Pick.
6S VW Bus. U95 your training facilities
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60 VW P.U Truck 1S95 either Las Vegas or Beach. 70 Triumph GT6 $1575
69 Ford Galaxie RH 'SfS Inservice Personnel Turquoise, ip, 4 ::pd.
44 Ford Van 6 Cyl 1495 Approved for Vets &
67 Datsun Sedan R H *4** Phone ((305)) 642-0800 69 CMC / Ton P.U. $1050Black
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47 Plymouth Fury Ins .- "I'
64 VW Sedan 1395 AIRLINES PERSONNEL SCHOOLS.Dtpt AFN 'I '
un I UNIVERSAL.W.7 SlrMt.Miami Florida 3J12SNam I II Bank and Credit Union Financing available A
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I What's in a name? SPORTS ,}"" ,\ "

By LEON F POLLARD,BILLSEYE snrined in the hall of fame of his BRIEFSTENNIS

I Here is a list of nicknames for respective sport.Test your sports TOURNEY
30 well-known athletes. A knowledge-what are their. real ; '
TARTS MONDAY '.1
number of them may soon be en- names? ',>4.
I Jax-The COMWINGSLAN7
Nicknames
Real Names Tennis Tourney is scheduled to "
Galloping. Ghost Aasdtuo. a '1JUC 'OE get underway next Monday with
2. Mad Bomber 1tagloD:: f saiinef '6% singles and doubles competition. Lm3A
3. Butch Cassidy 9eZ[ Xuoj, -93 Anyone interested in the tourney
4. Sundance Kid tre mnS 1 uqofft{ should contact the Athletic Officeat
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% 5. Snake latunll Wit -95uiopo Ext 3239 for more in-
6. Golden Boy(football) uqof{ 'Q3f formation.
7. Broadway Joe ,;'" '" aagoo1nQ{: oaZ 3 BOWLING SEASON
8. The Toe ", :" 1JsJ.I.{ : 1Utu.: 't 3ojnzzjHITMd STARTING SOON
9. Mean Joe { '33; ; Jax--An organizational
10. Mercury : 8J.I1a{ j ,,noq,,Aiuan '13apsus ; meeting for the next intramural
11. Night Train ,. ujMpg bowling season was held just
12. Crazy Legs :. [rejsnjv UBJS '61 before the July 4th holiday but
13 Sultan of Swat uosuqof{ JajpA81 its still not too late to enter a
14. Charlie Hustle sArI1I JmM 'L.I team. If you are interested call tae.
15. Splendid Splinter oTBBeyrTQ' aoC '91 the Athletic Office at Ext. 3239.
16. Yankee Clipper swennM ,,pas,, aiopoaqx{ 'SI The season is scheduled to begin
17. Say Hey Kid asou aJ3d 'tl July 22.SHARK.
18. Big Train gln{ >i ?ages? a81oaj 'EI TICKETS AVAILABLE
19. The Man 1{:>SJIH +<0,13[ -31; Jax-Tickets are now on sale at
20. Duke (baseball) auej 1JJa[ 'II the Special Services ticket office
21. Iron Man sJ.I.IoW ua8n3 01 for tonight's Jacksonville Sharks
/ 22. Scooter(baseball) uaaiD aor '6 season opener. Tickets are $3.00
23. Fordham Flash .ezoJ noq '8 for seats in area two. -- -.

24. The Lip 11eweN{ aof ajinM 'L ,_. .' ..... '
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25. Bluemoon SunuaoH Ined '9 ., .
26. Catfish lalgetS U3)1 'S D
WINNING PITCHER-Dlane Abshier hurtles a pitch towards the
Boston
27 Strong Boy (11)1( wlr 'b
28.Man of Steel e'luoz::> LueZ 't plate on the way to being declared the winning pitcher for the HS-1S
Wive's Softball team in a contest against the HS-7 wives. The HS-1S
29. Gentleman Jim eJJuowe11.IJea Z;
30. Manassa Mauler a8ue1D pOJeH[ '1 wives are now 2-0 and looking for a potential 'third victim. (Photo by

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