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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1974
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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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I E lgles", "win 2nd "E in .. a .row I


Jax-The VP-16 "Eagles", under the command of Cdr

L.L. Maloy, have been awarded the coveted Squadron

Battle Excellence Award for the second year in a row.

The "E" award is presented to the Atlantic Fleet

Squadron tbat demonstrates the highest degree of

combat readiness over an 18-month competitive period.During .

.. their recent five-month deployment to

Sigonella, Sicily, the "Eagles" displayed their readinessby

meeting 100 percent of their operational com

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ON PATROL-With Sicily's Mt. Aetna in the background,an "Eagle" P-3C patrols the coast duringthe
squadron's last deployment to Sigonella.
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NROTC deadline extendedJax



The Naval Recruiting Command has announced a two-week extension on

applications for the 1975 Navy-Marine Corps NROTC Scholarship Program.The .

change, which moves the application deadline to Nov. 15, 1974, was madeto

allow more candidates to participate in the selection process. f 1Follow

In addition to submitting applications, individuals must take the American

College Test no later than Oct. 19 or the Scholastic Aptitude Test no later than -

Nov. 2 and have their scores forwarded by the testing agency to the ? ROTC

Division at CRUITCOM (Code 0656)) no later than Dec. 15 of this year.

Acording to CRUITCOM, approximately 6,000 young men and women will be
attending 58 colleges and universities on NROTC scholarships this Fall. 1I.t": .','
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Ben's exampleIt's

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time for all Americans to help conserve energy. Let's lock
DIVINE at two simple ways we can do this, with our thermostat settings
By and with our dress this summer.

SERVICESNAVAL The Federal Energy Administrator has asked homeowners and

businessmen to raise thermostat settings to 78 degrees and to

PHAN Vince Jakucenis STATIONPROTESTANT dress more comfortably for higher indoor temperatures.
Gentlemen, this means taking a hint on summertime infor-
mality from the ladies who are way ahead of us. Ever see a
Sunday
Divine Worship at 8:30: woman bearing the summer's heat with a buttoned shirt collar
a.m. at All Saints Chapel jacket and tie?
Church School 9:30: a.m. Of course not! So this summer let's turn up those thermostats,

-c; 'jM! at Divine All Saints Worship Chapel.11 a.m. collar.remove jackets,loosen ties and live by the ethic of the open shirt

Junior Youth Fellowship
12'30 p.m. Senior Youth Why these simple acts of energy conservation?
: Fellowship 1 1:30: p.m. Anyone who has spent the day shivering in an air-conditioned
I'' JAX AIR NEWS Evening Worship; /:30 office where the
thermostat the
p.m. at the Small Chapel was set too low will welcome
;( more natural feel of 78 degrees. '
n \ Tuesday There's also the comfort of informal dress. Americans have
i\\;Y i: S Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 always dressed
informally. It is said that Ben Franklin's simple
li The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed }k. p.m. at Bldg. 750 and attire so charmed European him
Christian Science Service 8p diplomats that it helped
\ each Thursday at the u,5. Naval Air Station Jacksonville.. Florida ti negotiate America's
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>' m at the Small Chapel, political independence. This summer all
by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm All Copy submitted ': Americans
for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public can return to our tradition of informal dress to help
NAS Jacksonville 12:00 noon on Monday NAVAL HOSPITAL the nation achieve its
Affairs Office Box 2 by : .'. energy independence.
Divine .
9:30
Worship
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News items are welcomed from all sources. There's also
before publication the
advantage of
St. Lukes. health. There have been reports
Telephone 772-3118 or 3119. for
years about
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made the increase in respiratory ailments in the sum
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race, NATTC mertime caused by people moving back and forth from overly
creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or patron.A Service Protestant 10:30 Worship chilled homes or offices into the summer heat. People who have
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confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal op. taught colds! from this should
Building 500 temperature round robin
change
portunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print ad. understand
vertising from that source." CATHOLICSaturday this point quite well.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher. and queries con. Mass 5 p.m. at Next, there's the money we can save. A simple raising of the
cerning such should be directed to: St. Edward's Chapel home or office thermostat by 6 degrees over your normal settingcan
Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and 11 cut
your air conditioner's Is
electricity use by 47 percent.
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7.xy,1. THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Tuesday Thursday and anyone these days who can afford not to make such savings
Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 with a painless
'tfiJ.4565 Shirley Friday 11 30 a.m. Wed twist of the thermostat dial?
Telephone 387 3566A'tlLIATF nesday Mass 11 30 a.m. at Finally, let's remember that achieving greater energy self-
MCVtE the Naval Hospital Chapel sufficiency for the
nation is not government's job alone. The
Saturday Confessions 4:30: American
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I VOL. 32 NO. 24 AUGUST 29, 1974 I If to 5 p.m. ethic. people must help by supporting the energy conserva.tlon

:' So let's keep those thermostats where they belong, at 78 de-
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faithful to these two small acts of energy conservationwhich
are good for us and good for the nation.



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I It Brig Guard takes more than a biff: sti k----m ) I IBy



Lt.M.O'Connell
Jax-What does it take to be a guard working at the Brig? Maybe all
it requires is that you be a strong fellow who carries a big stick. But if .({
the Brig becomes a Correctional Center, and if that implies working
with confinees to help them solve their problems,then the job becomes a
much more complex.To .
tackle a job of administering a program combining the
seemingly contradictory tasks of discipline and helping requires a
staff that is more than highly motivated and well-intentioned. They
must also be trained and presumably skillful in dealing with people in
crisis situations.
The Florida State Division of Corrections provides training to
correctional officers working in the state prison system at the
Correctional Institute in Raiford, Fla. A large portion of this training
\ is devoted to developing skills to be used in dealing with prisoners in
; this dual role of authority figure and helper. 1.1.M
I i SSgt Fred Sames, Assistant Corrections Supervisor at NAS Jax's
'j Correctional Center, recently attended this four week course at CTI
f Besides earning himself nine credit hours from Lake City Community
College, SSgt. Sames said, "I received the best training in the
corrections field that I've ever had. It definitely enhanced my
professional knowledge."
Apparently the instructors at CTI were as impressed with SSgt.
Sames as he was with them. Two weeks ago Dan Bogart, Assistant b k b
\ Director of the Institute, and two of his instructors, Bill Dowling and ---' --'--'-"-
DAN BOGART, Assistant Director of Correctional Training gives a lecture on the methods of
1 J.D. Subor, were on vacation. But that week was spent at NAS
; Jacksonville,conducting a Corrections Seminar for ten staff membersof counsulation.were .
the NAS Correctional Center. "We were so pleased with SSgt. and in being able to recognize them in the interactions of others.It .
< Sames' interest and inquisitiveness, that we wanted to continue the may be hard for a guard to act in a helping role towards a
) association with your staff," said Mr. Bogart. prisoner.One class member related how,when he was stationed at the UT''ON ';
J About the first one-third of the week was spent in demonstrating and Naval Disciplinary Command at Portsmouth,he got himself into a bad O e
developing respect for individual differences, understanding the situation by authorizing a confine to write a special letter to solve a o '
t learning process and seeing how these individual differences effect special problem. All the other prisoners, he feltsoon, started testing.<, 2
i learning. Having comprehended this,the class was ready to integrate him. As a result, since then he'd been very reluctant to get involved Q
this understanding into specific skills. Mr. Bogart observed, "The with the prisoner's problems.But,it was brought out,when he offered U m
i Marine and Naval personnel participating in the class not only gained the assistance in this case,he told the prisoner, "I may get my -in a a 2
this comprehension at an amazing rate of speed,but they also were the sling for this." This wprd got around and the other prisoners got to $:
\ most highly motivated correctional group that the instructors had work fabricating a sling for him. The class learned how this guard "b "
occasion to train." virtually set himself up to get into trouble. 176.19 6
The second step involved recognizing and analyzing helpful versus The final step of the seminar was practicing,role playing and rating
instructive ways of dealing with others.Again,this class was superior each other's effectiveness. In all, it was an informative and exciting
i to others in the trainer's experience in learning what these conditions week for both the students and the instructors.TheOneAccount.

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I 'Woodpeckers host German flight crew I


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Jax--VP-49 recently played host to a German
"Breguet Atlantic" aircraft and its crew.
Ltsjg( ) Scott Atkinson and Bruce Konya met LCdrs.
Michael Sasse and Klaus Rudermacher when the
German pilot and TACCO brought their crew here.


The long range navigation training flight and goodwilltour
made a stop at Brunswick, Me. before coming to
Jax, then visited Bermuda and Lajes before returning to
"Graf Zeppelin" dt Nordholz.

Built in France in cooperation with Germany and

Great Britain, the "Atlantic" flys essentially the same
mission as the P-3C and has a 12-man crew. The w
"NFOs" are fully trained in the United States and the
pilots and operators have had short familiarizationcourses
with the U.S. Navy.

Ltjg( ) Konya used the opportunity to brush up on his
German, having studied a year there and just returned
from a three-week vacation in the land of the Rhine.

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4d. L TORRANCE'S I KITCHENJaxA



few years ago there appeared in The Readers Digest an
article about "The Great Chilli Debate." One of the contestants in the

debate was a Texas Journalist Wick Fowler Wick was a great
proponent of the virtues of 'Texas Chilli' and a great opponent of the
i "cheap imitations" which were made with ground instead of chopped
: beef

A more recent article we read about chilli referred to the late Wick
Fowler. Wick was a rather large person and having met him several
years ago when he was covering activities in Southeast Asia and
listening to him loudly expound on the virtues of Texas Chilli it was
with a bit of remorse that I realized his debate was over.
Wick is probably supervising the chopping of the beef in that great
I chilli kitchen in the sky now and it is doubtful that he would approveofour

recipe this week. But that is what Chili his debate was all about.



1 pound ground beef 1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons cooking oil 116 oz can red kidney beans
; 1 large onion 16 oz can tomato paste

2 tablespoons chilli powder 1 tablespoon sugar

__ _______mm.....___ '_ __ _.. V4 to 1 teaspoon garlic powder 1 tablespoon Worcestershire.sauce

NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL-Capt.l Karl Bernstein, NAS Jax CO, presents Lt. David T. Gay the
Brown beef in cooking oil, add onion, cook until tender add
Navy Achievement Medal for his professional achievement and superior performance of his duties as ,
NAS Jax Legal I Officer for the period from 11, April 1971 to July 31, 1974. be remaining added if ingredients.desired. Simmer 1 hour. Tabasco or chilli! peppers may


St. Nick's _preflighting at ToylandJaxYou


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There's been a great deal of behind the scenes preparation ever since the March annual New York

Toy Fair.Over 2,000 Items are arrayed for the delight of children from infancy to adulthood.One 74 HORNET

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L STAMP CIRCLESBy

Albert B.Close

Jax-Boy Scout Jamborees are the subject of two South Pacific area
stamp issues this month.
I e On August 1 Maylasia released three commeratives with these
e subjects; 10 cent-map of Maylasia; 15 cent-national flag and Scout
p flag with three Scouts saluting; and 50 cent-Scout Badge.
Tomorrow Fiji will have a trio of stamps with these themes; three
dA' cent-Cub Scouts making a fire; 10 cent-Scouts map reading; and 40
cent-different costumed Scouts and flag of Figi.
Boy and Girl Scout stamps are a popular topical theme for collec
ting.They are given official acceptance with the merit badges given
for mastering philately in general.The .
protectorate of Brunei has released a new definitive series of 16
values for regular mail usage. The sultan of that far eastern state is
1 b 1 / shown in portrait on the stamps.
Papua New Guinea has just issued two commemoratives. The six
/ S cent one depicts the "Pig Exchange", which is a ceremonial food
I I 1 / barter between neighboring tribes where song and dance combine for
both commerce and ritual.The$2.00 item shows a "Sing Song",a kind
1 1 1. / S of Papuan hootenanny of the Enga district. This is a ceremonial
.. '. songfest where each participant carries and plays the traditional
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hourglass-shaped native drum.
1 S Western Samoa has added another quartet of stamps to the Legendsof
Samoa series which first appeared as a set in 1971. Once again
1 ani tioii and you native wood carvings depict scenes from such legends as "Sina and
The Origin of the Coconut."
This Romeo and Juliet type story has two fueding families from
different islands of the area who raise off-spring The male child from
I one island is unique because he has a human head, but the rest of his
body is that of an eel.
Wmt automatic The outcome of the romance with the everyday type girl is the man-
an eel's death by opposing relatives.As he dies he sings a song where he
tells his lover to bury his head in a certain place. She does so, and
according to the legend,from that spot the first coconut tree sprang.It
goes on to say that every time you drink milk from a coconut you can
see the eyes and mouth of the eel-man which he left for his lover to
secondSincome kiss when she drank.
The Republic of Korea has added two more stamps to its series
showing fruits of the region.This third part of the series has pears on
the 10 won item and apples on the 30 won adhesive.
Thailand, also known as Siam, will produce a set of four stamps in
honor of the 100th anniversary of their National Museum on Sept. 19.
The 75 satang stamp will display on ornate royal chariot. Pottery will
appear on the 2 baht item, while a local goddess in sculpture is por
? trayed on the 2.75 baht stamp.King Mongkut,Rama IV is shown on the
3 baht to appear.
September is also a month in which a new Vatical State set will come
about.The series of 40, 90 and 220 lire stamps will commemorate the
death of St. Bonaventure of Bagnoregio.


SSSG Finance closed TuesdayJaxDue

disbursing officer to extensive reporting of FY 74 Military Pay Navy (MPN)
expenditures required by a SECNAV Instruction, the Main Navy
Finance Office here,as well as its Branch Offices at Mayport and the
for details Naval business.Regional Medical Center, will be closed Tuesday for regular

This includes telephone inquires.
Emergencies may be referred to the Officer Assistant at Ext. 2362.


:*. .it's great Open for your Closed convenience Sunday 8 a.m.-Sp.m.

be *PICK-UP & DELIVERY
to ROAD SERVICE

in the MECHANIC ON DUTY
AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
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SOUTHSIDE BRANCH REGENCY SQUARE BRANCH 8:30: pm til 1:30: am
Adams and Julia 1326 Prudential Dr.
101 Monument '
Road 5-7
Cocktail Hour pm
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occupancy
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BRANCH FIVE POINTS BRANCH BEACH Restaurant,250,."u"1 Rooms with TV. Direct Dial Phone,Olympic
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PH.7655538NORMANDY PH.358.1204
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BRANCH CLAY COUNTY BRANCH MOBILE OFFICE
5911 Normandy Blvd. 2221 Kingsley Ave. Serving Baldwin I
PH.781-1383 Orange Park, Fla. and Macclenny, Florida MOTOR HOTEL
PH.264-1257 9' 901 Main Street Phone 35SO744

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SPRING MOTORSVOLKSWAGENS
Florida Septic Tank Atoclation
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PACKARD BELL SALES SERVICE
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ORANGE PARK GREEN COVE SPRINGS "YOtI"OW Trade Ins are Worth Moro Cash at CAH VALUE"
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The following is a report of Other Violations 100 "'f ''r'"' ; y.. .." .............-'.W'.."" .!.... ..
before
Motor vehicle accidents and Fifty drivers appeared .! ..., "4
traffic violations for month to their Commanding Officers. .
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date: Disposition of the cases includethe It
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NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis following: I'. ." .'
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month 30 Six lost driving and parking .
This month year ago 61 privileges aboard station for var. -,2: .
Total accidents this year 342 times ,"'W7. -" e h r'F.
Total accidents year ago 498 None assigned to complete : ..:. "-, '
Number of injuries this month 4 Motorcycle Defensive Driving ""(),,;1:. -.
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Number of injuries this month Course ,. :
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year ago 7 Twenty-seven
NUMBER OF MOVING One Article 15 UCMJ
VIOLATIONSThis Thirteen warnings given :

month 139 Three Dept. Head Consel i :., x 1
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Speeding 19 Two dismissed .. k YY,pt th ,, '5 5 "
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Reckless Driving 1 Fifty-four S ;
Going through Stop Sign 16 Magistrate t
DWI 3 Twenty were military. S


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Q RECORD SETTER-Sikorsky Aircraft's YCH-S3E, a prototype helicopter under development for
Open 4PM! ,. the Navy and Marine Corps, sets a record for the highest gross weight carried by a chopper In the
ALL NEW TOPLESS DANCERS Western World. Traveling at 144 miles an hour, the prototype carried a payload of over 16 tons. A IS-

TOPLESS GOG04PM2AMRaised ton load of lead was slung from the cargo hook and one ton was carried Internally.
Show Bar
10 W. Church St. availableUntil
Low income credit


recently,banks and stores e Learn how to manage money you cannot afford to buy on credit.
considered low-income consumers and use credit. Remember when you apply
organizationthat for credit, a store or bank will
to be a poor credit risk. Their Find a community
thinking was that if your incomeis gives a course in family judge you on your answers to the
You will following questions: Where you
low, you might never completeyour money management.
payments; therefore, they learn how to budget shop for low work? What you earn? What you
35'967'i charged higher interest rates. credit costs, establish your credit ,do? A credit application also asks
1 But recent pilot projects run by rating, buy on installment plans about dependents, wife's or
E government agencies and by private and apply for loans if that is husband's job; whether you rent
industry have shown that necessary or own your home, how long
low-income consumers can be Work out an accurate budget you've lived there and whether
1 fit good credit risks when they get List your exact monthly expensesfor you always pay bills promptly.
training in how to manage the next 6 or 8 months. Your answers will help stores and

I money. Will your monthly income coverall banks decide whether you will be
these for low- reliable about credit.
/IiL'Ltlll.L.ri Experts give tips these expenses and leave extra
i I income consumers: .
money for emergencies? If not. a Study credit contracts carefully

Fish t Chips. .. . . .. . . 1.39 1 I .I' before signine
i delightfully crisp, golden iceberg filets ,! HOW -
small order . .. . . . .89 I I fI OPEN I
A The Truth-in-Leuwtng law says
Peg-legs I 1.39 I!i I contracts must give certain facts
1 miniature chicken drumsticks jJLsoBE Learn what to look for by gettinga

1 Treasure Chest . . . . . 1.69 t 7 agff copy of the booklet Truth-in-
fish & chips peg. ,legs. slaw I-- POSTOFFICE o Everything you need.... Lending Takes the Wraps oft Credit,

1 Golden Fried Shrimp. . . . . 2.29 FAST FREE .rt ANDTHE PRICES ARE RIGHTI which is free from the Federal and
& with slow I Trade Commission Legal
shrimp chips -

1 Fried Clams . ... . . . .. . 1.79 I i DELli VENETIA DRUGS D.C.Public 20580.Records Washington,
with slawOysters

I . . ... . . . ., .. 1.99I i "Your Neighborhood Pharmacist"i e If you are turned down for
i ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD PHONE 384 credit you have a right to know
I Pieces of Eight .. . . . ., .. 399 I -6452 why. You can get the reasons by
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8 pieces of our fish enoughfor .' reporting
I the credit
contacting
the entire crew ,,
DMthi company that prepared your
1 Silv.r's Slaw... . . '.'").i, .4* .. 35 ,p credit rating report. Learn how to
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a keg of slow w "I, ,'" 89 I handle this by asking for Federal
':'*!&-.? ,, free
Corn on the Cob. .. ......:,i iii.. .!.".. < .35 II I ONI Trade Commission's other .
'",,: : .: ". ; I booklets on the Fair Credit Reporting
Chips. . . . k'.r.*?.. ; ;. .',. .35 Act.
,I SALE \
i Hush Puppies) ............::.. 3 for .12 4 \ i
6 ''or .18 i NOW
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1 Desserts.. . . . .. . . .29 ii i

Er Me tty's Brew. .. . . : . .25 i I ONE OF THE WORLDS
I ruby-rich tea hot or cold FlNESTCARS /

1 Drinks . . . . . 20 t .25 !I TIM UQU,1N 1
Coke, Sprite, orange, coffee I ECONOMY+QUALITY

.f Delightful fixint, 28 MODELS-JAX BEST SELECTION TERRACE
j : "stowed to go"NEWSUMMER I I USED CAR SPECIAL VALUES ApartmentsPool.

'i'l'1 ; HOURS ,I 73 Toyota Pick-up.$2795 72ToyotaMXStawa Patios.BalconiesWTW
Sun. thru Thur.., 11 I AM 10 PM ,I Trucks. gS2695 C.rpet.orpes
i usa ; Car 6Cyl, AT, Central Heat A Air
r4AicLuo
., O< Fri.& Sat. 11 AM 11 PM from. Modern Kitchen ADD '"nces

650 PARK AVENUE, ORANGE PARK 72 Datsun..............$1495 You get fUSTiSS"JDr Laundry Room

,I Coupe. Auto trans, R4H. 71 Dodge Colt Sta Wag I BR FURNISHED
A Real Buy 48pd. R4H,One Owner.
I i 73 Toyota t Corolla.$1995 Nice ...""""-.....".....$1595 $120 up
2 BR FURNISHED
GLoni i
I 4 Speed Radio,Heater.Toyota's QUALITY SERVICE
i i Economy Carup to 30 M.P.G. PROFESSIONAL SALES. $170 up
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1\1 miles from HAS JU
I 1 1i Johni1verj i WESTSIDE 10 miles from HAS Cecil.

SEAFOOD SHOPPES JJ41 SEABOARD AV6PA'GE

i 1 i 'WlKTtSafaJtow xlalry. cur_only Specialty I T (Justoff PNONE Tlmuguana 772.7206 )

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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER
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NCOA Chapter meets .


,
Jax-The Jacksonville Chapter of the Non-Commissioned Officers
hF22 Association (NCOA) held its monthly meeting Aug. 20 at the Orange
Park Holiday Inn.

The honored position of "Permanent Trustee' was bestowed upon
five members for their efforts in establishing an NCOA Chapter in

1 e1 t Pq' ,i4 Jacksonville They are: Joe Balser from VP-5, Tom Dasch from the
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NAS Galley, Ed Newton of the NAS Jax Marine Barracks, Ralph
y > Schendell from VP-24, and Harry Wilmot (USCG Ret.) of Green Cove
4, : Springs.

i Chartered as a patriotic, fraternal, social, benevolent nonprofit
organization, the NCOA was conceived in 1960 by a small group of Air
Force men.
,
More than 170,000 members belong to the NCOA today.
: The NCOA's international l headquarters, located in San Antonio,
Texas, is sending a mobile unit to this area Sept. 19-21 to serve as a
rolling information and recruiting booth. Members of the local NCOA
Chapter will man the unit during its stay here. Exact locations where
the modified motor home will be parked have not yet been determined.
t For further information on the local NCOA Chapter, contact the NCOA
Service Center at 6459 Roosevelt Blvd. (Just North of the Main Gate)
1'"MAD or call 388-5601.Service Center hours are 9:30: a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdaysand
9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday.

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M WITItnui ADVERTISING YOU WOULDN'T KNOW) ]
FOX" RETIRES--AOC Edward Lee Simmons is piped over the side at VP-5 after com
pleting 20 years of Naval service. Chief Simmons spent his time with the"Mad Foxes"as permanent .
Assistant Squadron Duty Officer.
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l MERIT PROMOTIONSJaxThe .J I .



Musfaof .
following positions have been advertised under the NAS
Jacksonville Merit Promotion Program since our last issue: i c.i
No. 172-74: Supv. Aerospace Engineer GS-13 (Closing Date Sept. 16))
All Federal 6ND
No. 173-74: Cash Clerk (Typing) GS-4 (Closing Date Sept. 10)) Local. MOBILE HOMES INC.
No. 174-74: Supv. Firefighter (Airfield) GS-7 (Closing Date Sept. 11))

Local 5070 NORMANDY BOULEVARD 786-8110
No. 175-74:Budget Analyst GS-5 (Closing Date Sept. 12))Local
All career and career-conditional employees are urged to look for BLANDIMG BLVD.. ORANGE PARK 264-0569
the Merit Promotion announcements on the official bulletin boards in 4118 PHILIPS HIGHWAY 7374366US
their work areas at least once a week for new announcements. Thereare '
many announcements that are open continuously. HWY ,,17, GREEN COVE SPRINGS 284- 616

Copies of these are available at the Rating Branch, Civilian Personnel .--------,,.---r..s..isss---wssara1 I Il
Department, Bldg. 907, Room 111-A. $10000 MUSTANG MOBILE HOMES, INC $10000 P

Employees should contact the Rating Branch at Ext.2320 to inquire I 81I
= Issued
to Telephone I
about positions in which they are interested. 1-

Address City State Zip
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Only one Certiflcl'te-may be used towara _
By GOOD UNTIL
.. the Purchase of a Mobile Home Void =
nN DAYS
IlL unless signed by an authorized Date AFTII DATII =I

Dr. J. Padmanabhan M.D. :u:; representative MUSTANG MOBILE of HOMES,INC. OF ISSUE. M.
asa.rlsars---------------------------s.a
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Announces Opening Of Her Office -

For The Practice Of '-- ---
Pediatrics and Pediatric CardiologySuite .,- .

116 Kingsley Center. : Ctsrt 7
1279KingsleyAve.Orange a ..' _,-_ 1Y
Park, Florida CHAR 'Ht'OIh'iS'11i


264.5601 264.3541 284.5015 !t" '.






BEAT INFLATION 772-7716 772-7716

YOUR MONEY CAN EARN

12 CLINTON'S AUTO SALES _

5829 BLANDING BLVD. (Ooen6 Days Week, Mon..Sat..9 to 8 pm)

RECORDED FIRST 72 VW Orange Fastback $2495.$1995 69 VW Green Fastback $ms.$1095

MORTGAGES ON REAL ESTATE One owner Low milage, Extra clean
68 VW Cherry Red $995
7? VW Red Super Beetle $2S5.$1895 Chrome Wheels wide tires
within' th' "lMj>i I* anyrMMft Sunroof, Automatic Trans, txtra Sharp car.
68 VW Light Blue $895
72 VW Blue Super Beetle$2B5.$1895
64 VW $395
One owner Only 38,000 miles
Dependable Transportation
tiTLeiNSMMNCEAVAILAILE 72 VW White m5.$1895 '
LOOKING FOR A STATION WAGON?
Extra clean Dark Blue Interior
73 VW Blue Sauareback $25.$2695
reai.rsiaw-
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--------- VWOrangeSuperBeetlems$1795Formula Only 25,000 miles Extra clean
EVERS & ASSOCIATES, INC. -Vee Kit Stereo Radio
68 VW Beige Squareback $x.$895
1929 PARK AVE., BOX 757 ORANGE PARK,FLA.32073 71 VW Rally Yellow SB $& ..$1695
TELEPHONE 264 4400 New Inspection Sticker HOW ABOUT A MOTORCYCLE?
WHOLESAI F PRICES FOR CASHI I
NAME 70 VW Blue Fastback $I33S.$1595Low 71 CB 500 HOnda 4 Cylinder,Air $1050
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ADDRESS -- milage one owner. Automatic trans
Shield, Sissy Bar, Luggage Rack,8,000 miles one owner
CITY ,

ZIP TELEPHONE. .' ,' ........\..,."- .... : Jo. BANK & CREDIT_ UNION FINANCING ARRANGED



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10 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER _AUGUST 29, 1974


I Congresswoman Singleton speaks on equality ICONGRESSWOMAN



<.,dt; By Doris Card
r NARF PIO

f Jax "Before we can understand equality, we must first know what it is,"
.I' t" Congresswoman Mary Singleton !told a group of NARF supervisors and EEO
representatives during a recent visit to NAS. .
The recipient of more than 35 educational and civic awards Mrs. Singleton is
State Representative from Jacksonville's 16th Congressional District.
"Equalityis the state of being equal in political, economic and social rights," the
lawmaker said, pointing out that equality is guaranteed in the Constitution. She
noted that the mist flagrant inequities are leveled at the handicapped, the
elderly, ethnicamInority groups and women.
l{ To illustrate her point, Mrs. Singleton cited examples of handicapped
'i t Americans whose fortitude and example prevailed against great odds, resulting

,. in significant contributions to society.Of .
\ older employees, the lawmaker said, "If I were an employer, I certainly
t:1'F1M1n would like to have people with that kind of expertise. Because, you are 65, it
doesn't mean that you areimmobile.lt means that you have led a very viable life
in the community of which you still are working and want to work. I think we
miss the boat sometimes by not keeping some of these people on."

Mrs. Singleton spoke of the misconceptions surrounding the Equal Rights
Amendment which is awaiting ratification from the required number of states to
become law. The amendment states that, "Equality of rights under the law
shall not be denied or"abridgedby the United States or by any state on account of
sex." This single sentence is the essence of the amendment, she said, which
\Pr merely speaks to equal rights for human beings and the importance of human
dignity.
SINGLETON-"Stop judging people by what While Florida has not yet dealt with the Equal Rights Amendement, a bill has
you see. State legislator, Mrs. Singleton, makes a point during her been passed, according to Mrs. Singleton, dealing with discrimination on the
talk on "Understanding Equality" at a meeting of NARF and EEO
representatives. basis of sex. The legislation, known as the "little ERA" prohibits discriminationon
the basis of sex in the areas of loaning money, granting credit, hiring,
discharging and promoting employees, providing civil action with compensatory
damages, as an effective base.
Congresswoman Singleton favors the law as an asset to working women, observing
MILITARY-AUTOMOBILE that women are vital, intelligent, and capable of making unlimited
contributions."Where there is equality there is, in turn, quality," she said
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did not shelve her for "women only" called "Adam-
they have a difficult time today, feminine dress reform move less Eden."
just imagine what it must have
ment. She
continued to wear Dr. Mary Edwards Walker
been like in the 19th Century men's was
attire-striped
trousers an extraordinary woman. The
for a"little lady doctor in pants"! and a frock
coat usually,but a full most gratifying moment in her .
Doctor Mary Edwards Walker evening dress when lecturing or life must have been when she became
knew, but it didn't interfere with attending social
gatherings. Her the first woman to receive
her being a pioneer in many areas hair? Well, it was really the only the Congressional Medal Honor 4 kr

of women's rights. truly feminine thing about her on January 24, 1866, for her service -
While serving in the Union
everyday appearance. She wore it in the Union Army The
Army as the first woman Army in curls under
a top hat. medal was,however,retracted by
surgeon, 1863-65 Dr. Walker actively the Board of Medal Awards on
pursued liberation Second only to her medical
objec- pro
February 15, 1917, because the
tives of the gentler sex. She fession was her interest in the
criteria for receiving this awardwas
dressed like her fellow officers emancipation of her sex. She devoted pr
not recorded in the War Department -
(male) during the war, a regulation a great deal of time to the archives.Yes # .11 ''t" '

uniform: trousers with gold support of various women's rights Dr. Walker knew what it ....:... .. laB.a J. "'".Y.. 1 ..
stripes, felt hat encircled with movements. She organized the
a like
was to fight for liberation in
CONSERVE whenever Our recent fuel crisis wasn't the end of
first War Relief Soldier's Wives energy you can. our
gold cord, and officer's
greatcoat. the
19th
and Widows, and the first Congress Century. She learned problems, experts have warned. Brown-outs are expected in many parts of the
Not only did she fight for
of National Parents and when she invaded the terribly nation this summer. Actress Natalie Wood, pictured here, uses nature's air I
feminine dress reform while in
discriminatory field of medicinein
conditioner-the great outdoors to keep her cool.
the service, but official records Teachers. She founded a colony the 1840's.

show that she was the only -

woman prisoner exchanged for a
man of similar rank when she Specializing in Sea Food and ChickenSLY'S .

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and Advancement". From these came the various programs such as ''IAflp
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since the of the U.S. Armed Forces $ r ;': _____
Jax-Ever inception we have With the onset of race relations education, we have continually been
seen the need to maintain an effective fighting force one to maintainthe flooded with titles and acronyms such as "Race Relations", "Humam :
freedom and tranquility of the American people.In Relations", "Human Resources Management", "RAF'S"' "RRE", 4
$ developing that force, our weapons have come from the individual "RRES", "HRC", "HRMD", "Upward", "Upward Mobility", and I- l _________ S 5?
six-shooting, firearm to a complex weapons system capableof "HRO"; to name just a few. ::1

being coordinated from a central point and providing fire-power to At Naval Air Station,Jacksonville,we have established the "Human i
anyplace in the world, at a moments notice. Relations Center" and, although it got its start about 18 months ago, S
One prevalent factor in maintaining this weapons system has we feel that it is time we tried to clarify some of the confusion con- 5
t always been-and still is-the "human" element. For many years, the cerning our functions and programs from the minds of those who are S
Armed Services have functioned with intense emphasis on improvingand interested or simply curioous. '
Sophisticating production of weaponry. Unfortunately, we've' The term "Human Relations" is used to refer to those aspects of .- -I S
EXPLAINS ASSIGNMENT-RMHSS( J.W. ( information In overlooked the continuous growing needs of those individuals who 14I ,
) Young Jr. Center) explains presented relationships between individuals which affect their quality of life and ______
.a.case study on identity used in the Race Relation Program. must operate the weapons systems in the manner for which they were performance of duty.. Originally, the term was used primarily in :'
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designed.For conjunction with equal opportunity; the utilization of the term since -I
those of us who have worked with the system for a period of being broadened to encompass personal problems, needs and con- .
time, an overt thought might be simple "It' has worked so well in the cerns (race relations education). The concern for equal opportunityhas -- ---

past, why strive for change?"or "I'm' confortable with the system as not, however, been deemphasized; it continues to be a high
is,why take risks of failure in making changes?" priority concern in the overall field of human relations.
Lnn To this school of thought,one should offer that "change is usually not Let's' ask ourselves, do we have problems of minorities or people? EXCHANGE OF IDEAS-AZ2 J.A. Plapp exchanges ideas on the significance of the program in
initiated by those who are comfortable,but rather,by those who suffer Do we have problems of the Navy or the individual? No matter what is helping change attitudes of people.
(real or imagined) discomfort."With this thought in mind, the leaders decided, it can be said that "The Navy is not a weapons system
of our country, civilian and\ military alike, have pooled their abilities manned by the people; it is the people in the Navy who are supported
and knowledge in gathenng "mountains" of.information concerningsocial by a weapons system". Viewed in this light, "the problems of the
grievances and discomforts; thus prompting a necessity to people are the problems of the Navy."This is Human Relations.The .
eliminate, or in part, alleviate the varying sources of these problems pictures that you see were taken while an UPWARD seminarwas r-' -
within our social and institutional lives. in session for some of the NAS Jax Air Ops personnel and Jax
Since the late 1960's' and 70's' leaders have utilized the
early
our Area ADCOP students. These scenes were captured as one of our .
results of these information-gathering efforts in formulating "RAF" teams guided the group through the dynamics of the UPWARD .
corrective policies and directives that address those-varying, quasi- curriculum, addressing racial attitudes, presumptions, and
neglected, human needs.To some in the Navy, such directives and or prejudices (both individual and institutional). The "RAF" team at share
policies (programs) have been welcomed, and in turn, explicitly and work in these scenes are: RM1 (SS) J.W. Young, Jr., PN2 E.L. Our accounts
expeditiously carried out. To others, they have implied nothing more Foucher; and AZ2 J.A. (Skip) Plapp, (now working at AIMD, NAS
than confusion and additional unnecessary tasks, which foul-up our Jax).

already crowded list of priorities. If y you need consultations concerning individual or group problems, MORE.
Let's' take a look at some of the "programs" that have been in try to exhaust all efforts within your own normal Chain of Command.If pay .

stituted in the past few years.In you have problems going through your Chain of Command,or do not
1969, we began with "Equal Opportunity", later to lead to know the identity of your Equal Opportunity Representative, ask your
"Minority Affairs", "Equal Opportunity Employment", "Equal Leading Petty Officer,Division Officer,or call us for assistance.
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H-ii ./ commands in the disposition of alcoholism and alcohol abuse cases. ";
\ The Office offers a two-week VOLUNTARY program of counseling to people
who want help with their problems. If the person is not receptive to the ACAR
I ACAR RECR' ATION ROOM program,he may be referred to a more formal treatment program.
ACAR's services are available on a walk-in basis for military and civilian
personnel and their dependents. There is a multitude of free literature and films
that can be shown on the premises.At .
f 8 p.m. on Wednesdays, there is an open discussion meeting of the Jax Ar-
med Forces Group of Alcoholics Anonymous. Also at Bldg. 725, there is an Al-
Anon group for the wives, husbands and friends of alcoholics to discuss the
Here Comes problems of living with an alcoholic who is still drinking or recovering. An Al-
ATeen group meets in Bldg. 722 to discuss how to live with and accept alcoholic
parents.
Fellowship Hall, also located in Bldg. 725, is open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
the Monday through Friday to provide a gathering place for lunch away from
A pressures one may meet at a club or other places having an alcoholic at-
mosphere.Recreational facilities are fewbutfree,and available during the lunch-
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Fri, Enjoy the comfort of this 3BR., 2BA.
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Wilford's Fish Camp W3BR., range & refrig., 2AC's ww E:2's: & UP. NO CASH NEEDED 10 pet. down, 9Va pet. lSyrs.4 .

264-9707GEORGE'SKENNELS carpet,drapes & FR., only $19.5oo.VA. Financing arranged, for low mo. S Models on display now
JACK V. FOREHAND, CORP. pymts. Good dependable used carsa
Realtor 771-8866 good selection, 3886422.
Dogs & Cats Boarded
:: BAYWOODMobile
Since 1925. Grooming, training & FOR SALE BY OWNER NO CASH NEEDED ...

shipping. Visitors welcome 3BR., 2BA., 3634 Rendale Dr. 1970 Plym. Duster, red, 2DR., HT., 3- Park Condominiums
Bankamerlcard & Maslercharge 786.1685.FOSHEE Spd. floor, $1095, or low mo. pymts.
honored. Off 1.10 near Cassal AVP.& 388-6422.
Edgewood Ave. Act now to get the best deal

5085 Edgewood Court,783-1425 Immediate cash for REALTY your equity none 1970 FORD! LARGE DISCOUNTS TO NAVY PERSONNEL!
V8, Auto., no cash
dwn., low mo.
too large or too small.
SINGER ZIGZAG 388.1581 Broker pymts. Call 3580881. ONE MILE SOUTH INTERSECTION OF 295 & US 1
Sewing machine, looks like new. Zig PHONE 268-2633
Zags, embroiders appliques, NOCASH NEEDED
monograms etc. Need someone to FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS 1968 Plym. Satelite, 2DR. HT, AC
sharp, $795. or low mo. pymts. 388-
pay balance$64.80 or assume S9.20 per CONTACTJoe ''v-v
month payments. Will take trade. Ropiak (RET. NAVY) ,Realtor 6422.
Phone 731.0255 Ask for Credit Associate Representing -

Manager. Will deliver, no obligation. OFFICE:771-8036 Blanding Agency RES:781-7715, Inc.Realtors '73 Chevy REPOS V* Truck, $2900. ( : Big Chief Say: J

FRESH JUMBO SHRIMP DAILY : '73 VW, Superbeetle$1995.Call 786.1192 Days.NOCASHNEEDED. : : rc7.; )

Also fresh crabs RENTALS { : U Don't have to

Call 2640677. FOR RENT 3BR. HOUSE 196v Dodge Coronet, 2DR. HT., runs i TOTE 'EM Big

Stove, Refrig.freezer, Washing good,$995. or low mo. pymts. 388.6422.

2-AKCBASSATS machine, & AC, Call 264.2131.28R.UNFURNAPT. WANTED Chief puts
Male 3.yrs., female 2 yrs., best suited USED MOTORCYCLES
for country. Reasonable call after Any shape size year, model or 'em on FREE!
6PM 7729165. w-w carpet, kit. fully equipt. Dish condition. 387.0551.NO i' f; 1.l
washer, CH&A $165.Mo. Located on /
Smith St. in Orange Park. 354.7150. CASH NEEDED MONARCH
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENTLike 1968 Mustang, V-8, AT Mag wheels, ,
new cond., full layout for Sandwich '
low 388- :
sharp $1095. or rf\o.\ pymts. '
or Short Order restaurant. 246-
6422. : PERFORMANCE
6336 or 2468383. NEAR NAS & CECIL
_____
rI
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SmaIl1BR.I Furn. Apt., AC, swimmingpool '72 VOLVO 'r
GOOD USED Avail. Sept. 1st. 7710348. 4-PLY
FURNITURELg. $75.
A"A
Station Wagon, AC, AM-FM
white recliner (Stratorester) $30. ,
Bahama day bed w-2 bolsters tan 53500..771.2514. k cr.7v POLYESTERWHITEWALL

background w-aqua yellow & black 1'
'i
print.$20. Breakfast set. table center.
leaf 4 chairs, white plastic seats, WILLIAM L. PARKS, JR. REALTORNEED n

2958.bronze. Metal legs & back. $30. 389- Park Cedar REAL-Hills.ESTATE Ortega ASSISTANCE-Venetia area.? We specialize New homes In the and Orange Con- / .\1\1 30,000 MILE /


AUTO AIR COND.SERVICEAlso domlniums MOVING IN are? We our represent specialty.many builders In these areas with 3 & 4 GUARANTEEF78x14

home Central units & windowAC BR homes from$25.500 to$75,500. Also many resales.
Tyler's 4711 Palmer,. 3(8-511.

THIS WEEK'S SPOTLIGHTLIVE or 15 4 FOR 79eo

1974 GLASTRON BAL HARBOR22ft. ORANGE PARK
I /
., w.188 Mercruiser & full camper 3 BR, 28, LR DR, Fam. Rm., eat-in-kit. Built-in G78xl4 or 15 4 FOR $8780
curtains. Includes xtras & 288.5 Gator Sri desk. Many built-in feature, W-W carp., Workshop, Xtras
trailer w-Auto. brakes. Call 2641704. galore. Mid.50's. Call 641-33U ,. .HlfflilIIOWSIISWIICOMIO .. H78xl4 or 15 4 FOR $9995 j

PIANO LESSONS WILLIAM L. PARKS, JR. REALTOR II :;1- L78xl5 4 FOR 10791 /

Beginners thru advanced students call 8600 Southslde Boulevard PHONE 6..3311 REALTOR'1JI

771.9104 for professional Instruction. f 1 Plus F.E.T. of 2.37 to 3.13


|L REAL ESTATE | (P r Passenger Tire GuaranteeS

Guaranteed ogointl, all road haiordt,'h.f..f' the ."9'01
TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo tread If lire fa.',. we will al .",aptien. repair il free.,,..
up to twenty acre Tracts 5 mile 0 place it, charging ...Iy f.,the tread wear ... a pr.rala.hor..1
trie current plus tai,
radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2.00000 to .Guaranteed price againtl w.a-.,,' ler a .pecif,ed"mb..f miUt
$3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far If tread wear*.ut in this p."..., we will replace d. charging
below near.future values. Call Tony k f.,mileage u.... ... a prerata thore el the current price, plus
George 389.5514, Eve. 7711976. toe.C.mm.ci.l..hs6..iclud.d.

WYNNE REALTY FLORIDA 1( Nautical Accessories Gifts;
Realtors Specialist *


1 T 7. BOATS, MOTORS, CANOES :] (f4ujfll

VERY NICE I Trojan Slickcraft fj
3 Bedrm Home with Air Cond. & ) Thunderbird ivixuoi
range, serving bar between kitchen &
\ .1
LR, fenced backyard. Only $17,000- 0 J.. Starcraft, Grumman TIRE COMPANY e
C .
VA. Call today. tN V- l
p1E
rrustfci charge]
p W. llIlICUI."i lANXAMCnICMByvekOfhc>
JACK FOREHAND O\ I 1r Open 8-4 Mon..Fri., 8-2 Sat]
6040 103rd St.between( bases) net*?
Corp. Realtor-M.L.S. 771-886 ROOSEVELT BLVD. AT ORTEGA RIVER
.ru > 3SM4e (Open Sundays) 5U NORMANDY lUVD niter?' }|0 MAVr 0 t *b JUJ
PHONE
.
,-...- : : Franchised Marina iO'ItlANDtNGIlVD' m JW J r HIUr $ HWV M7
3BR., 2BA. BRICK _._ __ Pier 66

Range & refrigerator enclosed Wet Hoists-Hull ServieT
Broker-
garage fncd., Yacht .OnboardStern Drive.lnboard
w-W&D connection
Service
pecan trees pay equity & assume Expert Engine It, Ah ,

Pymts $161.89Mo. Vansandt Realtor

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I ;' "m.....,;...........':;::: '::"'. ...,. ., .................''' .......... .. '''"'....v... ... .'-""' .,...J., ,-For Sale- or Lease- : Large HOMEIn Green BABY CRIB &
Orange Park's Lakeside $30.00 Call 282-5551

THE FleeT MARKET Etates. $56,000 or $400 per month
264-4170 FREE Blk & Wht

FREE PERSONAL WANT AD SEP VICE Gentle, w-Kids
for Military and Civilian Employees cf NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field .r 18,000 BTU AIR CONDITIONER: REFRIGERATOR $

.----------- .---------- ----- $130 or best offer; bunkbeds and Good Cond. Avable

f FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM I large, oak-storage cabinet. Call 384.2559
Lanl at ext 2844 771-5072 after 5.

I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) I PIANO, Upright
1968 MERCURY COUGAR XR7G Telephone Table

I PBPSAC, Power Sun-Roof, Combination. $15.00

I Radial Tires-Cail 268-6096 Electric RANGE,
I $135.00 Phone 781-2119

I I BOAT, MOTOR and TRAILERfor
I Sale: 1966 Thunderbird with For Sale-WORLD

'. i 1973.85 horse Johnson. CYCLOPEDIAS Set
I
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW I 16'runabout, Very good Cond. Supplements Up to

I BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. I $1800 firm, Call: 786.7615 Call 772-9463 after 5pm
-

I I FREE Two Young Male CATS(4( For Sale: 2

I I Mos. Old) 771-2497 CONDITIONERS, ,
Name Office or activity to which assigned GE85.00, 10,000

I 1971 TOYOTA CORONA MKII $65.00, Great Shape,

Station Wagon and 1970 DATSUN 2975.Robert Noble
1 Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I
Pick Up. Call 264.7362 for more
I Pfr Info. VEGA WAGON &
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested, le: Full
' military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I New Tires, 388-2135
NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity I SKI BOAT-14' Fiberglass

I 2. Free advertising In the ";:lee-T MARKET" to which he is assigned and office telephone. This' "Classic". SOhp MERC, trailer, 3 1968 DODGE POLARA,
information is for authentication. only and YOU ad I
I will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housing should be worded independently of this information.I props, all ski equipment, many 2 New Tires, Exc
for personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I
other extras, asking $775.00. 778- 2135
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to 5. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In I 3980 eveningsFor ..........
and from work announcements of educational
;
I courses offered by nonprofit organizations or -following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads Ii, For Sale. 1958 CHEV Vj
arriving I I after that date will I be placed In the
-I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be ac following week's edition. Ads will. be run only onetime I Sell 1969 HARLEY Davidson UP with Camper Top
cepted If the words "PCS" (for military), or
i only unless submitted as prescribed above. 350cc Also have saddle bags and Condition, New
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the I
I Jacksonville area) are included I in the wording of the two helmets. Will sell for $400.00 mission & Tires. $
'. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I
ad. Ads for pets will. be carried only when accompanied Call between 8 a.m. & 4 p.m. Chief Khula 772.2993
i "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR
,
by the word "Free"J. I
NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide 3088 Ask for Barger
I All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I Again Available-For :
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed
I 2 BEDROOM
in each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No 17 foot 6inch Okeechobee BOAT115H.P. .
I
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I, Evinrude Engine, Prk. Unfurnished. $
.1 accepted. II'I without utilities -
4. Complete. ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T Custom Drive on trailer-$1300
MARKET" Editor C-0 JAX ,AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, I. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I Ext 3453 or Green Cove Springs 71 KAWASAKI 500,
I NAS Jacksonville. Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above I 284.5744 Joe Sheddan
OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher eng, new rear tire,
I "Flee-T MARKET": Editor c-o AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I $500.00, ext 3195 or see
111. NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. These forms
____. WON DA-CHAIR with accessories AE-1 Goodyear
---- i uurrrr III.-JIII---------rrrtr--r-----,
$80.00 If interested call 781-1666
Maple Hutch ana buffet, very 72 FORD VAN, Carpet, Panejed, style wheel covers $10 x8359 or 1 bedrm. MOBILE

nice, perfect, 3 ,months old paid sleeps 2,6 cyl. 3 speed. 18-19MPG 771-5950 beautiful wooded 20)M

almost $300. Sell $199 must see $2500 -47 T-Bird, loaded 4 dr. Red Must Sell Fasti 1972 Eagle lots at Halfmoon

771.1184 with Black top $650 will talk For Sale-HORSE & TAC, 7 yr old MOBILE HOME with Everything east of Silver

......-.. trades,771-8848., Appalossa Gelding, Great for (CH&AWWC, 2BR, 2Bath) 3 mln Magnolia trees W.F.

Maple Dining set large, heavy .......... You & Children, See by Appt. 264- to NAS Located In Quiet Com Fla 771.8343
oval table, 4 captain's chairs, MUST SELL 1971 OPEL GT 5408 munity. Call 264-6792 after 5pm

solid hardwood, beautiful 3 excellent condition. $1900.00 or No Money Down For Sale: 25 Gal.

months old. paid almost $500 sell make offer. Call Gonzales 772- ORTEGA MANOR BR. 2BA with Stand and

$325 77M184 2195 7:30-4:30: : 772-3948 after 4:30 Spacious 1550 Sq.Ft., HDW cessories. Large 21"

..... ... Floors, Xtra Stor; Fireplace, For Sale: Crib-Mattress-Sheets- Floor Fan. Stamp
Pads $30, Stroller $6, Gerry back
PENTAX SPOTMATIC W1.4f Screened Porch, Wood Deck, COLLECTIONS. US
Sale BALBOA 20, 1970 Sailboat carrier $6 G.E. dish $5,
baby
50mm Excellent condition $150 or 10x14 Workshop, Prof. Landscaped Call 264.2842 after 5pm
Cabin, Sleeps i, J-fead, Galley, trade for movie outfit equal value 4665 Blount Ave. 388.5292 reclining car seat (blk) $12. Call(
Engine, heavy duty trailer $3850 or home 733.7938 771-2456
v whatever 1974 SUZUKI GT380L
249.0628 :*& ; .........: For Sale: New Sears 5,000 BTU Condition 2600 mi.,

... DEHUMIDIFIER, SEARS, house AIR CONDITIONER, used
Bars Helmets Included.
GTO-Dark Green, Good
1968 CHEVELLE, 396 3 speed almost new. Removes 30 PTS of once, will sell for $75.00 or best 1966 payments plus $200.
4 Trans.
Condition 389 Eng. Spd
HURST Rebuilt carb, new water daily. Automatic shut off offer Call 778.0329For .
Posltractlon Diff. $500 772-8647 Cecil I X.506-507 or
brakes, crager 'mags, Hi-Jacker switch. Brown cabinet on casters.

shocks, good tires, R&H, Tape $90.00 Exf. 3060 or 778-0429 Sale, 27 Foot CABIN after 6pmLABRADOR

Deck. $1200 7867438. NAS 3076 CRUISER. Twin Gray Marine For Sale-Complete

FOR SALE: Recreation set, Engines (Gasoline) as is $2500.00 Male Cond System, 4 Mo.
good condition, two couches and (Needs Haul Out) BUOY No. 11 Puppy Mos $229.00 Sell for $ .
.......... Old, YellowMlxed( ), Very
chair. cellent Cond Call 8-423
one 'Best offer over $25.00
NAS Marina Phone Ext 8209
BOAT; 17 DOU, 115 Hp. playful and loves children. Free
Call between 6:00 and after Spm
: p.m. 8:00: Home Phone 781.5091
Evinrude Full'canvas, travel
to Good home. Call after 5 pm
cover, CG Equipment Ski p.m. Monday-Thursday. 3553 weekdays, anytime Saturday and
equipment, trailer, like new, 264- For Sale: ((2)) Two Snow TIRES Sunday. & Monday. PH: 786-0779 1971 VOGUE 12x60, 2BR
4494 FOR SALE: 1969 Dune Buggy 6.95.14's Goodyear, Dinette SET; Cent H&R, 10x10 Shed,

Must see to appreciate $1600 4 Chairs and Table, Will Sell Cond. Must Sell, leaving

Phone 264.1093 after 5 p.m. or ext Cheap, Need Space: Phone 264- 66 MERCURY MONTEREY, cash, Assume note .

FOR RENT 12x60 mobile home 3593 NAS Jax 8805 ACPS, Inspected $695. Call 771-

unfurnished 2br, AC, WW Carpeting 2634
Lakeside Estates. For
& Drapes near NAS Jax One Single Inner Spring MATTRESS For Sale: 12x60 Hollypark Owner. Lg. 4-BR,

$165 month 786-7464 and matching box 2BRACWW Carpeting & REFRIGERATOR, Perfect Extras. Assume 8.5

SPRING Very Clean. $50.00 One Drapes, 10x7 Utility Shed $300 Working Condition, Will Make or Conv. Re-Finance.

FOR SALE 73 12x60 Regent. Velvet ROCKER Clean. $20.00 Equity and assume Loan 786-7464 Good Beer Box, $15.00 Call 771- Call 264-0952 _

Front Kitchen. 2 264-0846 2634
Fully carpeted. 1971 DATSUN PU TRUCK, New ..........
BR 1 BA. Half Furnished.
Refinance or Pay off balance of For Sale 2 AIR- Battery, New Tires, Runs on For Sale.1971
$3,900. Phone 771-3211 Ext 8227 CONDITIONERS 12,000 BTU regular Gas $1,650.00181.2454 SWAPI AK3 Stationed at VF-121 TRAILER, 12'

after 5 p.m. both for $150.00, one 10x12 wine. NAS Miramar, San Diego Cal., Excellent Condition,
Enlistment End 4 Mar '76, Shore on base. Call
rug $20.00, New Table, 4 chairs Would Like to do BABYSITTINGIn 778-0029. $
Duty-Contact AK3 Steven H.
$40.00 Call 266.9488 my home, Experienced
Grossman VF-121 NAS Miramar
4 SAIL: SEABREESE BOAT, Mother. Fenced In yard. For San Diego Cal 92145 GARAGE SALE
60 Evinrude, Trailer. All ac. Take over payments on 5 Information Call 264.1692 pi lances at 361

cessories included. And 1974 BURGLER-FIRE ALARMS. For Saturday Sunday

Registrations. $1350, 772.1862 more Information call 778-0329 For Sale Maple Oval DINING
1967 VW
63,000 Original miles
after 5 p.m.MOBILE TABLE & 4 Chairs $40.00
Spanish
For Sale By Owner-OAK HILL Nicest 67 VW In Town, Excellent
Coffee Table $15.00 Twin 1972
bed CHARGER SE
PARK 3BR 2BA Immaculate Cond. Clean Inside and out.
HOME on acre lot 2 br, Condition Call for details and $800.00 PH 264.0965 $5.00 double bed $7.00 264-3627 Low Mileage,

furnished, CH&A, carpet, $195, appt. all Financing Available 772- Mechanically, headers
$75 sec deposit 268636218'x4' Oval Tires. Retail $2750
.......... 9552 1969 CHEV IMPALA Custom 2dr. 1974 CRESCENT 12x65 CH&A, $2200, Total
Pool and Hardtop Vinyl Top AC, AT, Very Located on Shindler Drive. 264- 6163
Swimming large For Sale-Good used 8'/4 foot Good Cond. Very Clean $875.00PH $500.00 and assume payments ext
filter $200, Air conditioner 11,500
Hansen SURFBOARD $35 Also 264.0965 8389 Cecil Field or 264-8920
BTU 115 V-LIke new $190 771-8848
new 14" polished aluminum cone evenings (Continued page )



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I t[ MINORITY HISTORY: ; : :/',."#.'.".; ,



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The accomplishments of native number, i
only 6,509
American Indian men and and 331 lost their lives were drafted The onslaught of World War II

women may not be well known; for this country. fighting (WW II) gave rise to another II .

on many occasions, however, One of the episode of American history in M '< A r __ __
many
their actions have merited the respect Native Americans outstanding which Indians exhibited true 9

and admiration of the na deep sense of loyalty exhibiting a qualities of patriotism. Fighting
and
tion. Reports say that no other triotism during this pa. on all fronts in Europe and Asia,
group in the U.S. "can boast of a was Alphonse Bearghost bitter conflict they won, according to incomplete i % xo
percentage of volunteers a Sioux count, 71 awards
larger to from Cannon Ball of the Air
South
Armed Forces than the Dakota Medal, 51 of the Silver
our As a corporal in the 26th Star, 47 of
American Indian." he received Infantry, the Bronze Star, 34 of the Distin
the Purple Heart, the
guished
Victory Medal with Flying Cross, and 2 of
Battle Clasps the
Congressional Medals of
for Offensives
and a Defensive
The
,1111 Sector courage and dedication of
Clasp.
Corporal
: Bearghost Indian
a i participated in four military members are exemplified
campaigns in
the "Great by the actions of David
War": Montdidire- L. Colombe, Jr. A Sioux
serving
Noyon,
Aisne
-Marne, Saint
with the Timber Wolf
Mihiel, and Mcuse-Argonne. Infantry
Division, Colombe earned the
Awarded the Silver Star in 1919, Distinguished
he Service Cross i in
was described
as a "soldier
November
1944
by leaping into
with splendid
qualities of
courage an foxhole
and enemy armed with a
bravery.
knife and capturing two Germans
A
The impact of Indian .
participation -
A
Grabbing an enemy rifle,
and support of this nation at he continued an assault which to-
war initiated legislation of the Indian ,
tally "demoralized
In World War I, approximately the enemy
Citizen
Act of 1924, which
force,
resulting in the
collapse of
17,000 Indians were registered in
ironically only then granted Indians their defense."
the military services. Of this citizenship. kl'
Leaving the protection of

Picnic trenches on the battlefield meant
set at FRA 91 ,
going "over the top" through a .
no-man's land into enemy terri

Jax-The Ladies Auxiliary of Fleet Reserve Association (FRA) Unit tory. Phillip Jim, an Indian veteran 1, .g
91 will sponsor on old fashioned family picnic on Labor Day. from Greenville, California, Iw' '

Members of Branch 91, the Ladies Auxiliary, friends and eligible was said to have gone "over the ,g' b '
members are invited to the Branch home ((5391 Collins Road) to join in top" more than 30 times duringhis r i rte

the festivities starting at 1 p.m. tour of duty.In Aa ,,
Just bring along a picnic lunch and yourself. There will be fun and the Pacific Theater during < f f' 1,

games for young and old. WW II, a brilliant tactic devisedby A LOT OF PLUCK works well in the flower bed at Sunken Gardens, Fla., but .it.
Members are asked to donate cakes for a Cake Walk, the U.S. forces to confuse the takes more than pluck to succeed in a military career. Off-duty courses are a sure

enemy was the coding of an way to assist yourself on the road to success and promotion. See your educations
American Indian language. Thicode advisor today.KKX.
New Looks/New Sounds/New G/r/s/ !
I ,a highly sophisticated use of :::::::: : :::::;:::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::=:::::::::::::=::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:;:;: ;
WHAFS NEW? EVERYTHING'S NEW!! the Navajo language and dialects : f,

THE FAR OUT was so effective that it be ; YEAR ROUND MILITARY RATES i;?

came standard until the end of the

.tt I I war. ill Single w H X13 Double .|s15_Double TWIUw !

With 431 code terms for military |
phrases and terms for which j1 1! Q Q WEEKEND SPECIAL0. r

WE HAVE REMODELED: there were no Navajo word (iron ::r:i $13 TWIN DOUBLE |:==:
rain for fighter plane),it was a top ::
PUSSYCAT ESCORTS (Dancing Partners) : For Retired&Active Duty personnel. Enjoy ::j:=|
secret project. This technique ;j pool,restaurant,and live entertainment In lounge.
Door Admission HALF-PRICE! j ;1
Continuous began in 1943 with 420 Navajos,
toplejj GoGo Mon, thru Thurs. 6 to 11 pm the famous 4th Division of the i .IIK111111 WEST ;

Marines, acting as the Code Talk- !=;= I 110 at LANE AVENUE CALL 714-0500 ::

Open 4prrr am(Sunday stop} ers. :=::::;: .:::::::::::;:::.:::::;:::.:;:::::::=::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::-'::::::::::::;:::::::;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ;

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"" Colfri"/i OfH-n fi a.m. In 11 p.m. Loaded, our Volvo 145 acts like a wagon. With the rear seat down

----;5':- Spindrifter Restaurant you can fit in a 6'sofa and two chairs.
::4.A;, ."<< ''t Driven Volvo 145 acts like sedan. It handles
LUNCH served 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. our our as easily .
B\ p because it has the same four-wheel power-assisted disc brakes, fuel-
DINNER served 5 to 1J p.m.
'*' fl.JiL'/:;_ LOUNGE 11 p.m.o.m.'SU 2 a.m. injected engine and tight turning circle(equal to a VW Bug).

k. __ open Parked, our Volvo 145 fits anywhere our. sedan can. They're both. \
Dancing
A.
300 ORANGfPARK Park Ave.(U.S.17)) With Live Entertainment the same length. .

Phone 264.1211 .' Come in and test drive our wagon.

131 tntelepr IIetorJtr guest!reams You'll enjoy our sedan.PARRISH.
p''ldtllter
S..ral.Huh...waeCommercial ?.
& Military, Rates ,
7 Days a Week j

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BANQUET AND MEETING ROOMS FOR CROUPS 10 to MONo

( Come charge In for A VIlt..We banquet ire here when to food Serve Is You served I ) 2525 Philips Highway (US 1 South. ) Phone 396-5486

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over-the-shoulder j
totebag. :-

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Magnavox ; "" ,.
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clock digital radio. -=- -
Sheaffer 12K gold-filled
'z: pen and penal set.

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? Barlbocraft of Canada
s '" salad or snack set.
International Silver
silverplate center bowl.
i\" ,......, GiftAmerka sterling
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ered, a gear door .LReal
apparently lieutenant, to college
returning
Once each week, when "The Reel Man caught in the dry lake bed, flip He was graduated from California -
ping the vehicle. I remember the Man
Million-Dollar Man" flashes
Six Polytechnic Institute at San
first impact and the first roll of the
onto the nation's television machine." Luis Obispo in 1960 with an engineering

screens, the show opens with the degree and joined
Peterson
spectacular crash of a space vehicle was dragged from the NASA lie became a test pilot in
wreckage and rushed
The realism of this particular Edwards Air to nearby early 1962 and has held numerous -
Force Base
hospitalin
sequence leaves the audience national offices in the Society
a helicopter. After initial
wondering how much movie 4 Experimental Test Pilots.
treatment he was flown
to the
magic can be accomplished. hospital a lie long ago gave up keeping
at March Air Force Base
,
Actually, the crash was real. accurate track of the number of
and
a week and half later
a to the
flight hours he has, but figures he
The pilot, Marine Air Reserve x UCLA Medical Center.
.J
Lt.Col. Bruce A. Peterson servedas has stacked up "somewhere

the model for the hero of the arqund 5,600 hours, give or take a
Injuries included a fractured hundred"
series, who is portrayed by actor
skull
His whole forehead had

Lee Majors. been scraped off by the desert
rough

Peterson was a research pilot In comparing the inspiration for
: ; sand and the rest of his face r
for the National Aeronautics and the Six Million-Dollar Man with
was as though "it had been
Space Administration's Flight r the actor who portrays him, it is
sandblasted.
His
right eye was hard to find similarities. Lee Majors
Research Center at the time of the s
damaged, his teeth were badly
accident. The May 10, 1967 crash was a star athlete. He played
involved the experimental M2F2 Actor Lee Majors portrays the chipped as a result of the impactand Marine Air Reserve Lt.Col.Bruce A. football at the University of Indiana
injured astronaut whose body is he suffered a broken hand.
lifting body, a wingless creation Peterson, a NASA pilot and and Eastern Kentucky
rebuilt "Then there
tested through modem technology were complications engineer in civilian life, is the State College, where he earned a
that being as
re-entry
was
following a crash of an First I got an infection in
from lie still is Inspiration for the hero of the degree in education He was offered
vehicle
space.director of experimental space vehicle.The the damaged eye, causing per popular television series.It Is a tryout with the St. Louis
with NASA as safety
for result Is the superman of the manent damage. I developed actual motion picture footage of his Cardinals of the National Foot
the
and quality assurance experimental popular weekly television series, hepatitis and before it was over, I 1967 space vehicle crash that ball League, but decided to try

programs being conducted "The Six Million-Dollar Man." developed an allergy to penicillin opens each segment of the show. acting instead. Later he spent six
Edwards Calif. And he "
at Meanwhile, he continued to months with the Metro-
is still active in the Marine Air Reserve Admittedly he was rebuilt in a
undergo skin grafts, plastic surgeons he would have to fly with a copilot Goldwyn-Meyer drama school,

serving as commanding officer slightly more realistic fashion building a new eyebrowand Today, Peterson is qualifiedin learning his trade. Since his first

of the all-Reserve Marine than that employed by script a new eyelid, three of the four aircraft flown running role in "The Big Valley,"

Aircraft Group-46 at the El Toro writers in the TV version.All There were problems, too, in by the El Toro Marine Air Reserve he has seldom been idle.

Marine Corps Air Station. that he remembers of the proving to NASA and the Marine : the OV10A Bronco, the Perhaps the greatest similarity

"1 don't think' it cost any accident is"about what is seen on Corps that he was still fit to fly. AH-1G Cobra helicopter and the between the two men is their

$6,000,000 to put me back together the television screens every week. Although restricted,he continuedto CH-46D Sea Knight transport dedication and enthusiasm, even

after that crash," the Reserve That particular footage was taken fly for NASA until 1971, doing helicopter. All are two-pilot air though there are channeled in different

lieutenant colonel admits, by the cockpit cameras. I blackedout test work in the F-lll, the T-33 craft. directions.

"but I really don't have any idea of about the same time the and the F-104. At present he carries Peterson enlisted as a Naval "I've been told that Majors

what the total hospital bill addedup cameras stopped working, a card to show he is con Aviation Cadet at Santa Ana, wants to meet the man he is trying

to." Peterson was under "I was landing, fighting a sidered in top physical shape by Calif., in March 1953 and was to portray on the screen," the

treatment for well over a year, in cross-wind that had sprung up, the Federal Aviation Agency. commissioned a Marine Corps Marine Air Reserve lieutenant

and out of several hospitals, as when I saw a helicopter in my The Marine Corps allowed hima second lieutenant in November colonel says, "and I'd like to meet

plastic surgeons did their work. way. I tried to avoid it. As the waiver to remain in the Reservein 1954. He was released from active him. We'll have to do that oneday

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lflve -n activities available aljax .

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&- Boys Clubs and girls, age 8-18, are invited to join the 4-11 Clubs onboard NAS REC CENTER RAMBLINGSJaxWith
meet at Bldg 523 and members
can share
of other Duval County 4-H Community Club members. the fun and privileges

The Clubs at NAS include: Ceramics first and the summer about over and the kids returning to school,

at 6:30: p.m. (now meeting), Sewing first and third wJSf"ff each month! it's time to regroup for the fall and winter activities. With this in mind

at 7:00 p.m. (now meeting), Gardening each month we would like to start off with basketball. All girls between the ages of
month at 7:00: ( second and fourth Wednesdays of each 14 and 17, and boys between the ages of 11 and 13, and 14 and 17, interested
p.m. starting September 18)), Arts and Crafts second and fourth in signing up for a basketball team should contact Mr.
Tuesdays of each month at 6:30: p.m. every Monday at the NAS Stable at 4:00: p.m. dependents interested in playing basketball should also contact Mr.

For further information on the clubs Matthews.
call the
Duval
2074. County 4-H Office at 633- Volleyball is great for your conditioning program. Why don't you
come out and join the fun? Every Wednesday night at 7:30: p.m. in
Bldg. 523.

The summer table pool tournament has been concluded and the Rec
Center champion is Mike Ergle'with Larry Garrels in second place
I f r rINTRAMURAL INGS'l and a three way tie between Jack Stephens, Garry Garrels and
BOWLING STAN Steven Huston for third place.All participants come by the Rec Center
and pick up your awards from Mr. Matthews.
"- J Persons that played in either the ping pong or badminton tour-

PACIFIC BALLERS naments and have not picked up your awards, please do so at your
LEAGUEW L TIlE TEAM 4 8 JAX 200 CLUBFor earliest convenience at Bldg. 523.
1 7 The Women's Singles Tennis League is planning an organizational
WOODPECKERS No.2 15 1 SCREWBALLS
1 11 week of August 19 meeting on Wednesday, September 11 at 9:30: a.m. at the Dependent
SPLITMAKERS 10 2 ATLANTIC LEAGUEW Recreation Center (Bldg. 523)). Register by calling 772-3127. No
SEAHORSES 10 2 L ATLANTIC LEAGUE. registration will be taken after September 6. Play will be on Tuesday,
James
BLIND BATS 7 5 Hougland 213 Falcons
DRAGONSLAYERS 12 0 Alex Andres 201 Seabees Wednesday and Friday mornings. The league is open to all military
CONTROLLERS No.2 6 6
SEABEESNo.l wives.
4
8 Ray Boles 224 Controllers
SEABEESNo.2 4 8 MARINE BKS 7 5 Franco Caplrcl 206 Marine Bks
GRUNTS 4 8 CONTROLLERS 7 5 Joe Munch 202 Batmen w
ADCOP No.1 3 9 BATMEN 6 6 ( Y
FLEET ANGELS 3 13 BUDMEN CONTINENTALLEAGUEManuel
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5 Cuevas 202 Fleet Angels
CPOs 2 10 Lit SPORTS BRIEFS
FALCONS 5 7 Richard! Johnson 205 ThunderboltsBilly
FASO 5 7 Smith 212 Zeros
NATIONAL LEAGUE
NARJAX 4 8
\V L NATIONALLEAGUERobert TENNIS MEETING WAS YESTERDAY
WOODPECKERS No. 15 1 HOSPITAL 1 11 Killebrew 211 HurricanesRon Jax-An organizational meeting for the new tennis season at NAS
ADCOP No.2 11 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE Dannecker 204. Ram Rods Jax was held yesterday at the NAS Athletic Office. If your unit or
RED LIONS 8 4 W L Jim George Cruthirds Spinger 214. 225 Rebels. Woodpeckers command missed it and still plans on competing give Ext. 3239 a call.
HURRICANES 8 4 TRIPPERS 12 4 George Jacobs 204 Woodpeckers ENLISTED RECREATION COMMITTEE MEETING NEXT WEEK
RAMRODS 7 9 ONES BUNCH 11 5 Jax-The Enlisted Recreation Committee of the Composite

GEMS 5 7 PIN BUSTERS 11 5 Reyes PACIFIC 203 Splitmakers LEAGUEJoe Recreation Fund, NAS Jax, will be meeting at 2 p.m. on Thursday,
LEPRECHAUNS 4 8 NAMTD 3032 10 6 Marvin McClain 210 WoodpeckersJoe September 5, in the Special Conference Room, Bldg. ((620. All units
HAMMER SLAMMERS 3 9 LATE CHARGERS 10 6 Farley 206 Woodpeckers involved in the Composite Recreation Fund are required to have
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REBELS 2 10 BUSCH LEAGUERS 9 7 Wayne Seibold 210 Woodpeckers representatives at this meeting.

BUSCH BUDS No.2 1 11 BUSHMAN 8 8 AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Russel Duffey 203 Pin Busters BOWLING LEAGUE FOR YOUNGSTERS STARTING
RAG PACKERS 4 12
Richard O'Neill 211- Busch Leaguers Jax-Registration for the Fall Bantam and Junior Bowling Leaguewill
CONTINENTAL LEAGUE BUSCH BUDS No.1 4 12 .
Charlie Hall 205 Busch Leaguers
be on Saturday, September 7, from 9.11 a.m at the NAS Jax-
\V L FICEUR 1 15 Foard Parsons 202 Late Chargers
500" 9 3 -- -- Bowling Center. The league is open to all active and retired depen-
dents ages 8-18,inclusive.Bring your I.D. Card and AJBC card (if you
THUNDERBOLTS 8 4 GED is here !
have one) to registration as well as$1.15 for membership.For further
SIX PACK 7 1
LOOSE ENDS 7 5 Navy Campus for achievement.Call information call Mr.Reynolds at 384-7656 after working hours.

FLEET ANGELS No. 7 5 POOL HOURS CHANGING
772-2477
DIRTBALLS 6 6 Jax-Pool (CPO) and Pool 26 (Enlisted) will be closed on week-
ZEROS 6 6 days and open only on weekends.Pool 10 (O'Club) will be open only on
ROTORHEADS 4 4DEER weekends as of September 3.
GATEWAY Pool 419 (Allegheny St.) will remain open during the month of
September from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. except Thursday when it will be

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ADCOP students VA-45 retires Captain's Cup I

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"That one of the smallest
informed of benefits
outfits keeps winning all the
_> trophies is indictive of the ., ISt
squadron's team spirit," i fia
proclaimed CAPT John E.

i'i'i MARSHALL as he presentedCDR '
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S.A.D. PICCIUOLO, VA-45
Commanding Officer, with the
coveted NAS Cecil Field Cap.
tain's Cup for the third con- :
a
r Htf secutive time. The athletic
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birds" speak for therr. elves. ,
During the last competition JfrJr /' ;

period VA-45 amassed 176 points, u
43 more than their nearest

competitor, VS-30. While com-
t, r. ", piling this record VA-45 took first r -, -3
dCV place finishes in Slowpitch Soft

ball and Golf, second in Sailing, ,
."", ., ",., '\. second and third in Bowling, kLL---r D V

ADCOP students are brought up to date on their benifits. --- ----

Students in the Associate Degree Completion

at the Florida Junior College were updated on
Program ..- CAPT MARSHALL (L)
the many benefits available to military personnel, by presents CDR S.A.D. PIC-
Senior Chief Scippio at the CLAW ONE Service Benefits M CIUOLO' CO VA-45 with the NAS
<(<
School. Students received information lectures con- Cecil Field Captain's Cup trophy.

cerning Educational Benefits upon completion of AD- r ,&

COP, Champus, Survival Benefits, VA Benefits, : .1..rr third in Fastpitch Softball, and
Selective ReenlistmentBonus, Survival Benefits Plan fourth in Skeet and Tennis.
The Softball and Golf teams
and Fleet Reserve.
played to win. The Slowpitchteam
Assisting the local ADCOP Program is one of the trounced the Marines 8 to 1

many functions of the CLAW ONE Service Benefits in the Play-offs to take the Cecil

School, in spreading good will throughout the area. Have Field Championship. The Golf
Team had a tough battle against
you or vnnr wife attended? 1
the VA-15 golfers in the playoffs I
for the Cecil Field Championship. f
I With each team member picking I

WILSON up at least one point, the "Black- j
Pemtioc birds" ended the match on top l
with a final score of 75. Ad- I
i ditionally, the Slowpitch team i
participated in the COM-
LTJG KENDALL, captain of the VA-45 Golf Team, is presented the TACAIRLANT tournament and

K Golf Trophy by CAPT MARSHALL (L). six members played on the Cecil

Field All-Star team that placed
fourth in the SIXTH Naval
District playoffs.

BE OUR GUEST TO AN EXCITING Captain MARSHALL con-
cluded the presentation by
EVENING OF HORSE RACING AT
reading from the trophy "An
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5 NIGHTS A WEEK 8 PM POST TIME Corps". The Captain's Cup
now found its final resting placeat
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JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER: PAGE 23

Leroy Boykins leads (

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Narjax to two winsJax


NarJax opened their 1974 half. Boykins managed to break
intramural touch football season loose again in the' second half
9 Sr
with two wins and Leroy Boykins while his defensive counterpartswere
established himself as their main holding the Woodpeckers
storing threat when he scored scoreless.

t three of their four touchdowns. VP-24 was their next encounterand
VP-49 fell 12-6 after holding at the conclusion of the first
NarJax to a 6-6 tie at halftime. J. half of this game neither team
A. Gavlick scored for VP-49 and was able to score. The second
Boykins for NarJax in the first half was a different story
altogether as J. T. Olsen and
Leroy Boykins both scored touch- i r .
VW-4 wins downs for NarJax with Rob Lyles -r
adding a point-after-attempt The
Batmen's second half scoringwas
two gamesJax done by Dallas Blevins witha

touchdown and Dennis
VW-4 was another double
Thompson with a PAT, to make
winner last week when they the final socre 148.
complemented an 8-6 win over
HC-2 with an 8-6 win over the Dental blanks

Marine Barracks.The .
Marines held a 6-0 lead at MARTD 140Jax
halftime of this game on Gerald ,
Crumps score. The Hurricanes MARTD won their first A LOOK OF FIERCE DETERMINATION by an on-rushing VP-49 player may have daunted
unleashed Geoffrey Roemer in game of the new football season NarJax's kicker momentarily but NarJax's determination won out in the end, 12-4,in one of NAS Jax's H
the second half, however, and 6-0 over Air Ops last week and season opening touch football games played last week.
used his eight points to claim Dental lost theirs 8-6 against
victory. FICEUR but when Dental and Eagles win first
MARTD met each other the same

week the roles were reversed Jax-James Wood's first half
FICEUR wins with Dental winning 140. touchdown was the only score in

second David Cox and Richard Reese the Eagles confrontation with fIQMQfI][ ] [ ] ]
! gameJax scored the touchdowns while VP-49 last week but the Eagles
Robert Bennett added a two- were more than satisfied as they
FICEUR followed
" upI pointer. claimed the 6-0 win. 11
their 8-6 win over Dental earlier _
! last week with a 16-12 win over

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