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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 19, 1974
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Fleet (CINCLANTFLT) Advisory Group on Career Development of Navy

Women was held recently at the Navy's Human Resources Management Center

in Norfolk, Va.
The conference was held in response to a recent announcement by the office of

the Chief of Naval Operations (CNO), regarding intentions to develop a career

plan for Navy Women comparable to that for men.
x of broad cross section of Navy
The advisory group is composed a personnel,
'1--N male and female, enlisted and officers, primarily from the Norfolk area. Also i in
attendance were representatives from the Bureau of Naval Personnel in

I :o Washington, D.C. and the Recruit Training Center for Women at Orlando, Fla
s Rear Admiral J.C. Sheppard, Assistant Chief of Staff for Logistics Readinessat

CINCLANTFLT, addressed the conference, stating the Navy's intent to work

toward equality for women.
The main objective of the conference was to identify problems pertaining to

assignments, career development and retention for women in the Navy and
recommend solutions to at least 10 of these. By the end of the four-day session 16

individual problems were identified and their proposed solutions were submittedto

CINCLANTFLT who will, in turn, forward the group's findings to CNO for

evaluation.This .
a group will continue to function in an advisory capacity, conducting
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The 1974 NAS Jax Combined Federal CampaignCFC

( ) was officially kicked off last Friday and with

seven commands reporting in excess of their goals on

the first day, success seems assured.
The NJROTC Unit at Jacksonville University

reported in with a phenomenal 235 percent of their goalon '

Friday while the 679th Air Force and Civilian Peri
WHAT DO YOU THINK? Three members of the CINCLANTFLT Advisory Group ->n Career
sonnel were close behind with 194 percent and 193 I
Development for Navy Women discuss problems faced by women in today's Navy.
percent, respectively. Also reporting in above their

goals were VP-49 with 140 percent, MARTD with 130
percent, CBU-410 with 121 percent and NEX with 106 Kudos to HospitalTo
percent. DIVINE

The money collected will go to help 48 local agencies The Editor
help people like yourself in times of need. Last year over SERVICESNAVAL :
So often people complain about the medical servicesat
190,000 Jacksonville residents were served by the CFC.
AIR STATIONPROTESTANT the Jax Naval Hospital. This is a letter of praise.
Someday it might be you. Do your fair share.

Sunday I was recently a patient there. Truly I could not ask for
Divine Worship at 8.30 better care.I .

: :: :#f:,,*::'.: rftm ..i1W Divine Worship 11 a.m. especially thank Dr. Skinner,
at All Saints Chapel Becker, Ens. Susan Terrion, Ens. Mildred Jones, LPN

v 12 Junior 30 p.m Youth. Senior Fellowship Youth Debbie Hollingsworth and Terry Rudberg and all the
M JAX AIR NEWSThe Fellowship Evening 130 p.m. other people who were so instrumentaal in my care and
Worship / 30 comfort.
F. 4. p.m. at the Small Chapel.
i.(l li Evangeline "Angle" Vansant
Tuesday
#'i\\\\ JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
@., each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida, p.m at Bldg. 750 and
*, by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. All Copy submitted Christian Science Service 8
for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public f.=:' P m at the Small Chapel
Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday jA.
before publication News items are welcomed from all sources. .,: NAVALHOSPITAL
Telephone 772-3118 or 311*. Divine Worship 9 30 a.mat
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made I St Lukes. LITTER
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race
creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser user or patron (fJ NATTC
.A confirmed violation or reaction of this policy of equal opportunities i; Protestant WorShIp
by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print advertising }!.:. Service 10 30 am ,in
from that source." 4 Building 500. HOT LINE
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries concerning CATHOLICSaturday
such should be directed to:
I Mass 5 p m at
St Edward's Chapel,
6 >,"#1. THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Sunday Mass 8 a.m and 11 DIAL 2568
'tfit.6.- 4565 Shirley Ave.. Jacksonville Fla. 32210. I a.m Tuesday Daily Thursday Mass Monday and,
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12 here This recently.was the last cruise for the 28 Reserve officers and 83 enlisted personnel of the unit as an RTU
reorganization of the Naval Reserve.
due to a wide-sweeping
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Under the command of Cdr. E.C. Combs of Miami, RTU-62 flew 253 hours training i its crews in
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STAMP CIRCLESBy 5 ffj..r. .

ng Albert B.Close

APIA, Western Samoa-Here in this tropical l paradise, the most
run unusual of all the current,Universal Postal Union centenary stampswas
released this month.As .
> pictured below, the 50 sene item shows veteran seaman William
an Willis,who at age 70 made his second trip by raft from Callao,Peru to
the Samoan Islands.That's a distance of over 6,700 miles.Tacking on a
inne jaunt from Samoa to Australia, after completion of his second trip, Y
Willis's total journey was between 10 and 12 thousand miles ,
altogether.The .
ce first trip was completed on Oct. 14, 1954 when Willis was 61.
With 44 years then as a seaman,the New Yorker took 115 days to reach
- Samoa with a raft of seven balsa wood logs.The raft was named"Las
'IJ Siete Hermanitas" (the seven little sisters).On board with him were a 1w
cat and a parrot in a cage. Two days before he made Pago Pago, a
dolphin leaped aboard and its thrashing caused the parrot's cage to f1i-1i
burst open. The cat then killed the parrot.
Death was not very far for Willis on both the Samoa trips,for his raft
prey.was quite often circled by schools of sharks waiting and looking for

The second trip was completed to Samoa in November 1963. This r.
time his raft-4'Aged Unlimited"-was made of three steel pontoons
filled with plastic material to prevent sinking in case of leakage.This
raft cost $15,000, weighed five tons, and was designed by space r
engineers and veteran draftsmen. July 5, 1963 it was towed off the
Peruvian coast and cast adrift in the Humboldt Current.
When Willis arrived at Upolu,Western Samoa 130 days later,he was
so tired he had not realized that his radio was broken. .. .
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Little did Willis realize that his feats of seamanship helped to underscore -
the archeological theories of Thor Heyerdahl who made "FLEET ANGEL" RETIRES--AFCM William J.Hobson Is piped over the side at HC- 2 after
similar journeys with his "Kon Tiki". All of these journeys helped completing 31 years of Naval Service. Master Chief Hobson spent the last four years as the "Fleet I
prove the theory that Peruvian Indians in ancient days had the Angels" Maintenance Chief Petty Officer.
capability to visit Melanesia and Polynesia, and did in fact journeyand
mix with people from those areas.
The complete Western Samoa U.P.U.anniversary set has a souvenir ttWftSSra
sheet containing the 50 sene stamp and depiction of Willis's trips,while
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TRAFFIC VIOLATIONSJaxThe n
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following is a report Going through Stop Sign 13 u's
of motor vehicle accidents and DWI 1
traffic violations for month to Other Violations 143 -I-
date: Forty-three drivers appeared -s
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis before their Commanding Officers
month 21 Disposition of the cases
This month year ago 37 include the following:
Total accidents this year 380 Four lost driving and
Total accidents year ago 498 parking privileges aboard stationfor
Number of injuries this month 1 var. time; none assigned to
Number of injuries this month complete Motorcycle Defensive
year ago 3 Driving Course; fourteen admin. ..
NUMBER OF MOVING action; ten dismissed; none '
VIOLATIONSThis article 15 UCMJ; forty-five t
month 170 fined UJS. Magistrate; ten dept. 'h ,. I
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HURRICANE WATCH IN EFFECTI! ALL JAXCXCLUB PATRONS STAND BY FOR. ,

One of our faithful followers of the column who desires to remain SHIPWRECK
anonymous submitted a recipe last week for those readers who are HURRICANE !
looking for additional ways to utilize hamburger in their menus. Don't
let the name scare ),:bu.' EVACUATION SHELTER: NAS JAX O'CLUB
Slutngullion
1 Ib. hamburger 2 tablespoons shortening ENTERTAINMENT: Two Bands Featuring World Famous-All Navy
% cup chopped onion % cup chopped celery
Vi teaspoon garlic powder i can No. 303 tomatoes or STEEL BANDAll
tomato sauce
Combine first four ingredients in skillet and brown over high heat. SURVIVAL RATIONS: the Shrimp you can Eat
Add celery and tomatoes or sauce and cook on medium heat until ((7:00-10:00): ) All the Beer you can Drink (Bring a Tin Can)
celery is transparent. Salt to taste.
Tropical Rags Long or Short (Ultra-Casual
Cook % cup of elbow macaroni in 3 cups boiling water with 1 DRESS: )
tablespoon oil and 1 teaspoon salt until tender. Drain and add to meat
mixture. PENETRATION TIME: 7:00: P.M. Sept. 21

Add one cup of cubed chedder cheese and a pinch of oregano or .
to above TICKETS: On Sale at O'Club ,$6.50
rosemary mixture and cook over medium heat, stirring
constantly, until cheese melts.A .
tossed salad, hot garlic bread and dessert turns this into a com- MIDNIGHT SURPRISEI Sponsored by VW-4 VC-2 and NWSF Jax
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I Reserve_ unit to support NARF .



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,, assigned officially to NARF JAX under the provisions of a recently
'.N!, ,i" restructured Naval Reserve concept designed to develop an effective
Navy-wide contingency support capability

t: NAVAIR Rework 208,commanded by Cdr.William Ellis,a professor
nuclear engineering at the University of Florida,is one ot five reserve
units aligned with rework facilities to meet mobilization requirementsof
the Naval Air Systems Command. Fringe benefits to the parent
w command will be generated by using the talents of the reservists for
---- c'r ; special projects and absorbing them in the workforce during individual *
r two-week active duty training cycles.
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The Naval Air Systems Command announced the alignment of 22
\1 I reserve units to field activities in June,shortly after expanding specialand
.. general reserve support programs to provide backup forces in ten
:. kIt-4'' major mission fields. NAVAIR Rework 208, previously NASRU-F1,
will have a staff of 16 officers and eight enlisted men initially, ac
s'yAly cording to Cdr. W. B. Shapbell, Executive Officer, who recently
completed his Active Duty For Training (ACDUTRA)period at NARFto
',.. o+ 1 establish an operating plan and to gain a familiarization of the
r NARF mission.

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Cdr.Shapbell is enthusiastic about the program which he feels will \
provide mutual benefits for the reservists and the local industrial
.2 $ 4Iw complex. lie sees flexibility in the projects the reservists will undertake
,as the unit members have a sound background in engineeringand
management fields. His unit recently participated in a quality
WELCOME BOARD-Cdr.:William Ellis ( ), .
Right officer NAVAIR ,
commanding Rework 208 is
control project for NARF that resulted in a government contract with
welcomed by NARF Skipper, Capt. Charles E. Boeing. The newly designated reserve unit is one of ,
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the University of Florida,funded by the Office of Naval Rese?*
five to be aligned with Navy Industria I facilities to meet mobilization requirements.

Active duty periods of officers attached to NAVAIR Rework 208 will
normally be spent at the parent command for indoctrination, trainingand
special project work.In the meantime,NARF JAX will maintain
contact with members of the reserve unit through mailings of selected
WITHOUT ADVERTISING NARF publications.Cdr. .


Ellis recently presented his orders to NARF Commanding
YOU WOULDN'T KNOW Officer, Capt. C. E. Boeing, as official confirmation of the unit's
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AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE
Jax-Fourteen teams played in Austin, Julie Uitti and Bruce recreation is in full W L
a mixed four ball event Sunday at Houck and Barry and Julie swing on Saturdays and Sundaysat TRIPPERS 19 9 ADCOP No.2 1 20?

the NAS Jax Golf Course.It was a Williamson, Kitty and Bob the Dependent Rec Center, ONESBUNCII 18 6 WOODPECKER No. l 20
best of four ball and the com- Roman. Bldg. 523. "You all come and joinin LATE CHARGERS 18 6 RAMRODS :17
petition was tight. Afterward the the fun and games."Meet your NAMTD 3032 16 12 RED LIONS :
group adjourned to the Chief's THIRD .- Bill and Lassie new Rec Center Leader, Mrs. BUSHMAN 12 12 GEMS 17
Club for a party and the awards. Mahoney, Elizabeth Lorch and Carmen Sack.Remember RAG PACKERS 12 12 LEPRECHAUNS J?

Winners were: Bob Watson. we are open seven PIN BUSTERS 11 't3 HURRICANES },

FIRST Pat and Jack White FOURTH (tie) Alice and Ernie days a week. The hours are: BUSCH LEAGUERS 9 15 HAMMER SLAMMERS i
Betty and Walt Kelczewski Mills, Doris and Mike Calais and Monday through Friday 8 a.m. BUSCH BUDS No.1 5. 19 REBELS I 5
Jeanie and George Belhobek) to 9:30: p.m., Saturday 1:30: to FICEUR 4 20 BUSCH BUDS No.2 4
SECOND (tie) Liz and Bob Cookie and Blackie Kennedy. 9:30: p.m. and Sunday 12:30: to

8:30: p.m.NOTICE. CONTINENTAL LEAGUE PACIFIC LEAGUEWOODPECKERSNo.2
Ladies Volleyballhas W L
new starting times: Sunday 7p.m. 11500" 21 7 \V
to 8:30: p.m. and Monday SIX PACK 18 10 SEABEESNo.2 M
from 7:30: p.m. to 9:30: p.m. FLEET ANGELS No.1 16 8 SPLITMAKERS 21
Teen Club elections were heldon ZEROS 14 10 SEA HORSES 18

PERPETUAL Saturday, September 14, The THUNDERBOLTS 14 14 CONTROLLERS No.2 17 12
new officers are as follows: BALLERS 14 14 CPOS
SVtONEY PLAN
President Theresa Keuthan, ROTORHEADS 13 11 GRUNTS 11
Vice President Kim Deuser, LOOSE ENDS 13 15 ADCOP No.1 10
Secretary Tammy Duliakas, DIRTBALLS 12 12 BLIND BATS 9

Treasurer Paula McGuire, SCREWBALLS 4 20 FLEET ANGELS No.2 8
Sargent-at-Arms Kenny Fisher THE TEAM 1 19 3

Retirement income and Ronda Doer.Teeners,support .:= .. .... ......... ......
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Club and officers!
your your new
Parents, your support is needed ATLANTIC LEAGUE JAX 200CLUB
and also. Volunteer to chaperone at W L
the Club. See Mr. Matthews at MARINE BKS 17 7
Bldg. 523 or call 7723127. Your DRAGONSLAYERS 16 8

a family legacy. help is needed. BUDMEN 15 9
NARJAX 11
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Kids don't forget your Teen For the week of September
Club Pool Party at the CPO Poolon BATMEN 13 11CONTR'OLLERS AMERICAN LEAGUE
without touching a penny of your savings!! September 21 at 7 p.m. Get No.1 12 12 Robert Wallace. 208. Pin Buster
Ron
Garren 200 Bushmen
SEABEES No.1 12
your tickets early from Mr. 12 John Stephens 207 FICEUR
Sound farfetched? Not with our Perpetual Money Plan! Matthews at Bldg. 523.Swing and FALCONS 10 14 Perrle Boren 217 NAMTD 3032
dance FASO 9 15 Bill Greenwalt 226 Late
to favorites "The Charg
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As member have from $4 to $208 month
a you can a Genpdq HOSPITAL 3 21 Bill Hall 201 Late Chargers
FOREVER without reducing your savings! Or, even Roger Wadford 202 Trippers

higher monthly income is available each month from five CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
to thirty years! OUT OF SIGHT Clint Dycus 200. "500"
Carlos Swain 212 & 219 "s(
Bill Mitchell 228 Rotorheads
If you have accumulated from 1.000 to 550,000 savings, GO GO DANCERS John Oorsey 233 The Team
Henry Grom 213 Fleet Angels
let your free Perpetual Money Wheel show you what our All Topless *
Perpetual Money Plan can do for your future! ATLANTIC. LEAGUEBill I
) Argo 217 Budmen 1
BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCER Jim Middle 211 Budmen
And. for folks who haven't accumulated these savings, 11 AM til 2 AM Dally NATIONAL LEAGUE
there 200 ideas the 1 1080 Cassat Ave. 388.9016 Larry Skidmore 204 Busch Bud
are exciting right on same Perpetual George Splnger 202 WoodpeckNo. ,
Money Wheel for building income in the years ahead. 1George

Pick up your free Perpetual Money Wheel today. 1 Jacobs 213 WoodpeckNo. ,

PACIFIC LEAGUE
Mike Holmes 215 NarJax CPOS
: Jose Reyes 214 Splitmakers
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SOUTHWEST BRANCH FIVE POINTS BRANCH studio SPts Hall divider desks. hopeless
Ctdor Hillt Shopping Center 803 tomb Str"t ,
PH.771-0422 PH 3:8-1204 ''." mini' libraries, and study centers us for help.
Yes even round beds skin
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NORTHSIDE BRANCH REGENCY SQUARE BRANCH etchings and special decor We'll' send youa

Gateway Shopping C.M.r '101 Monument RoodP'H.7".5$3I effects for every personality decoratorfree.
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Officers bracing for 'Shipwreck'Jax .:"''; '"" .' --
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-The world-famous U.S.Navy Steel Band will be the featured I
NAS Officers Club patrons take cover for"Hurricane Shipwreck". entertainment Saturday night as I II
Formed in 1957 in San Juan,Puerto Rico,the Steel Band started after II I
to Trinidad (home of the steel band and RAdm. Dan Gallery traveled I
calypso) and heard
mers and chisels on 55-gallon oil drums. natives pound away with sledge gam I

Now based in New Orleans, the band boasts two I
command performances at the White House for I
President Lyndon B.Johnson five
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record
albums
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Brussels and New York
World
Fairs,and visits to the Mike
Douglas,Ed Sullivan and Today television shows.
Survival rations will be served from 7.10 p.m.and dress will be
casual). Tropical Rags Long or Short (ultra-

Tickets are on sale at the O'Club for$6.50. .

"Hurricane Shipwreck"is being sponsored by VW-4,VC-2 and the Naval Weather Service Facilitv.

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ASTRO Why pay full price whwi you can get it for less?, occupancy.One .


MOTORS : .1
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Phone 781.497$ & Two Bedroom Apartments in
Good Transportationat 72 Capri all-adult rental community!
LOW Costs
.$}J:9i:8
71 Ford Pinto R&H SU9S 606 Park Avenue(Highway' 17))
72 Vega OT R&H 4Spd. Sim)
Orange Park,Fla.32073
70VWSd nR&H S109S $1895
71 Ford Pinto R&H S1095 70 Regent
4t Plymouth Fury III R&H AT SI'S Phone 264-2031 ,:'
69 VW Sedan R&H JW Mobile Home12'x60'
4 Opel Wagon R&H S69S
47 VW Sedan R&H U95
47 Opel Wagon R&H U95 73 MatadorAC
41 Ford Wagon R&H SI'S
UVW BUS $595 ,PS,PB,R&H ..1
44 VW Sedan 1495 ---- :.
45 VW Sedan S49S $5995
44 VW Wagon R&H $495 $2895
f0 VW PlI Truck $495 Gull Cove
47 VW Sedan $395
Mustang R&H 3Spd6Cyl $395
HAT 6Cyl $295 -
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45 Dodge R&H AT $295 I 384-7397..Eve/yn/ LaVarlo I
44 Comet R&H ATPHONE 1195' Phone I
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Wetcrewman enters the water Jax Last Friday HS-u and VA-46 participated pilot rescue
training in a water survival situation. EichingerPHAN
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HS-11 to the rescue of downed pilot 1 the St. Johns River by the Fire Department's' rescue boat. HS-ll's'
I helo,with the crew of Cdr.Mel\ Taunt, the squadron's' skipper; Ltjg( ) : Pilot nears safety.
Dave Cradduck and AWC George, flew over the "downed" pilot and Jeffrey A. Gesel --
dropped a rescue crewman Into the water to assist the pilot. r '
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wetcrewman,then positioned itself"on top"again,lowered the hoist,
and waited for wetcrewman to place the"horse' collar"around the Bob Grier WANT -
downed pilot. -4. ., ADS WORK WONDERS! ti IA II IV

I The wetcrewman hooked himself up,.also, and, on signal the hoist
operator raised both to safety inside the helicopter.The i iI
''I from the same murky steps waters.were repeated until all 19 VA-46 pilots were rescued

Also assisting in the training was another chopper from HS-11 with
the crew of LCdr Neumann, Ltjg( ) Hennig, AW2 Daniels and AW3
Davis.
Wives and children from both squadrons watched the training from
\ the river bank behind the NAS Jax BOQ.
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New savings certificate


offered at Credit UnionJaxThe

Federal Credit Union has added a new savings
Jax Navy
U
: services, according to Don R.
a F certificate program to its member

Athearn, general manager.
introduced as a certificate of
Certificate Series is being
The Silver
offered by the
other certificates
r investment completely apart. from
credit union.
Three forms of the Silver Certificate Series are available: a 9 per-
of $10,000, with a
minimum deposit
cent annum issue,requiring a
per
of six months; an 8 percent per annum issue, requiring a
maturity
L _____ minimum deposit of $5,000, with a maturity of 24 months; and a 7.5
minimum deposit of$2,000, witha
".. percent per annum issue,requiring a
.. "i.b.J....; maturity of 24 months.
// The credit union's board of directors has authorized a limited issueof
q.k $2 million of the Silver Certificates at this time. In keeping with
.-'r: : present credit union policy, the new series of certificates will be
available only to members of the Jax Navy Federal Credit Union.
Credit Union officials urge members to make sure that they fully
FSM understand the number of months required for maturity, the
minimum deposit,and any penalty for early redemption before buying
:':s K certificates of investment from any financial institution.



( PROMOTIONSJaxThe : ; ;:J


.' i : .. MERIT
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OVER THE TOP ALREA&Ya-Lt. "Mic" MacManus gives VP-49's contribution to the Combined
Federal Campaign to RAdm. Norman K. Green, Commander Sea-Based ASW Wings Atlantic Fleet. following positions have been advertised under the NAS
The"49 ers"collected 140 percent of their:goal by kick-off day. Jacksonville Merit Promotion Program since our last issue:
No. 179-74: Supervisory Technical Manual Editor, GS-12 (Closing

HELP SUPPORT CFC Date: Sept. 26) Local
No. 180-74: Supervisory Computer Programmer, GS-11 (Closing

Date: Sept. 26)) Local
No. 181-74: Engineering Technician, GS-7-9 (Closing Date: Oct. 3))
All Navy and Marine Corps Activities 6ND
No. 182-74: Supervisory Industrial Engineering Technician, GS-12
(Closing Date: Oct. 3)) Local
No. 183-74: Equal Opportunity Specialist (Employment), GS-5
(Closing Date: Oct. 3)) Local
iL /CHI All career and career.onditional employees are urged to look for
the Merit Promotion announcements on the official bulletin boards in
; their work areas at least once a week for new announcements.Thereare
I many announcements that are open continuously.
MOBILE HOMES INC. Copies of these are available at the Rating Branch, Civilian Per-
:
sonnel Department, Bldg.907,Room 111-A. Employees should contactthe
';" 9940 ATLANTIC BOULEVARD *, 724.8188 Rating Branch at Ext.2320 to inquire about positions which they
are interested.
((1 BLOCK EAST OF REGENCY SQUARE)

BLANDING BLVD.. ORANGE PARK 264-0569 RYDER TRAINS

4118 PHILIPS HIGHWAY 737-4366 TRACTOR TRAILER FRA 126

--- 1 DRIVERSTrain
I----------------------------- meetingtonight
.is $200 MUSTANG MOBILE HOMES. INC. $200Telephone rn I to drive tractor/trailers with a
series of Home Study lessons on
.i|Sg Issued to p' safety, rules of the road, etc:. Then
1- come to a Ryder Training Center forontherig
Address City State Zip DIQ experience.FOR .
m LOCAL INFO.CALL Jax-West Jacksonville
I: Only one Certificate may be used toward' By GOOD UNTIL :I 355-7036 Branch 126 of the Fleet
TEN DAYS
.0.. the Purchase of a Mobile Home. Date AFTER DATE ::: RYDER TECH. INST. Reserve Association will
MUSTANG MOBILE HOMES INC. Fla Nat'l Bank Bldg.Suite905
]; :Ii.e
1 u OF ISSUE Jacksonville, Florida hold its regular monthly
-------------- ------------ -EeaEa.. meeting tonight at 8 p.m.in
HOME OFFICE: ATLANTA CA.
I' -- --APPROVED FOR VETERANS EDUCATION the Branch Home ((7673
Blanding Blvd.)
I Reports will be made by
the four Shipmates who
attended the FRA National
Convention this month in
QUALIFIED MECHANICSNEEDED Philadelphia, Pa.
Branch 126 usually meets
the third Thursday of each

FOR FULL TIME WORK month enlisteds and are all invited career to

attend.
Jacksonville Shipyards, Inc. For more information on
the Branch, call Lowell
Has immediate openings for full time mechanics in the following class: Lorbeer at 7717403.


MARINE ELECTRICIANS INSIDE MECHANICS

SHEET METAL MECHANICS OUTSIDE MECHANICS Jax's Greatest

SHIPFITTERS WELDERSPart FURNITURE

Values!
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( time welders able to'work a minimum of 6 hours) .

WHOLESALE,
10 PAID HOLIDAYS Liberal Insurance benefits. Paid vacations PRICE tOF YE ft VON E

& non-contributory retirement plan.

Apply 750 E. Bay Sr. Phone 355-1711 J DAY

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Jacksonville Shipyards, Inc. SUNDAYSURPLUS


" An Equal Opportunity Employer GOODSDISCOUNT


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Ads shOUld be mailed to arrive not later than '
arriving, too late for this deadline', will be Tuesday for publication the fOllowing Thursday. Ads
Dublished the Open 4PM! ..
fOllowing week unless
the
otherwise. A publ.sher;
check or is Instructed -
money order for ,Ie cost of the ad must be received WITH the ALL NEW TOPLESS DANCERS "'
RATE: minimum. charge ((3 lines) ..$2.S0 Per copy. TOPLESS GOG04PM2AMRaised
additional
Mall to: HOLT PUBLISHING line ((4 words per line) ...60c
CO.,456S SHIRLEY AVE., JACKSONVILLE 32210 Show Bar

J 10 W. Church St. UI."" '

I[ MvMT: : I On this IMMEDIATE 3BR. home OCCUPANCY 1V/4I2'X(0'MOBILE HOME -
drapes, woW to W carpet, 2BR. Furn. compl., Incl. W&D, equity
range
refrlg., 2ACs.JACK 8.
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JANitORIAL less than equity assume payments, Call 786-2687 or
S36OO, or any terms, Call 765 5989.
Part & Full time, days 8AM-4PM. Today. -

Nights 4:3OPM: -iOPM. 5 days a week V. FOREHAND, .
paid holidays. Apply hanger 101 W. Rea ltor.M.L.S. g3BR..2BA. .. '72 DORADO MOBILE HOME

ROYAL SERVICES 12X60, 2BR., IViB, Step-up DR. wet ..
or call main office 355-2741.. bar, shag carpeting. Payments only
.
BRICK $112.63 Mo. Make offer
Range 3 call 388-0724
refrigerator, enclosed days, 771-2405 after
500PM.:
CHILD NEEDS PLAYMATEI garage
w W&D connection, fncd.,
I will babysit In my home. 1 child pecan trees, pay equity 4 assume
$15.00. 2 children $23.00. Near Cecil pvmts. S161.89Mo. V.nsandt< Realtor jfe'TRANSPORTATION f
Field phone 2893541.MISCELLANEOUS. 38'-3549.
Ih 8UP,nO CASH NEEDED

I CLAY COUNTY Financing arranged, for low mo.
5 acres, setup, W2 septic tanks 2 pymts. Good dependable used cars, a
LIVE CRABS electric poles, well & pump, best buy good selection, 3886422.
In area, off SR-218, Call Today.
Wilford's Fish Camp
JACK V.FOREHAND,CORP.
29707 '
R ea ltor-M.L.S. 771-88(4 63CORVAIRVAN

Overhauled 771.0762.engine,$595. .' BUY YOUR

AUTO AIR CONDo SERVICE CORNER LOT MOBILE HOME & LOT.
.
3BR.,2BA home,AC,drapes & carpet,
Also home Central units & window screen porch, BIRO, Conv. to Bases, 1973 IMPALA CHEVROLET2DR. ONE PACKAGE AT
AC Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 3M-SU1. .
Lg. equity or FHA. 772-7869. HT., fully loaded, presently
financed by Jax. Navy CR. Un., BAYWOOD!
assume pymts. 23 Mo. 7869051.
MISC. ITEMS OAK HILL Nice Shaded Lots
Lg. 3BR.,
IVjBA home w-range,
Simmons
gold naugahyde sofa bed,
avocado green Danish naugahyde refrig., drapes, 2AC's, Ig. fncd. yd., NO CASH NEEDED Beautiful Club House & Pool

rocker,adult size 3 wheel bike with Ig. VA or FHA. Call Today. 1970 Pontiac LeMans, 2DR., AT $995. Adult & Family Sections

rear basket call 2685059. JACK V. FOREHAND,CORP. or low mo. pymts. 388-6422.NOMONEYNEEDED. 10( pet. down, 9'/2 pet. 15yrs.
R ealtor-M.L.S. 771-88(6
S 4 Models on display now

14FT. LASER SAILBOATAlso 300'ROAD FRONTAGE 1967 Ford, 2DR., runs good, $595. or

trailer excel.cond.,great sailingIn 200' Deep on Rt. 21, 150' Zoned low mo. pymts. 388.6422.NO EAYWOODMobile

Ocean, River, or Lake. $750. 246- Business, 'Residential, backed by
9504. canal enter into Lake Santa Fe. Well, CASH NEEDED
septic tank, electric. Call James W. 1969 Dodge Coronet 110, 2DR. HT,$895 Park CondominiumsAct .
Robinson, Melrose, after 6PM. 475- or low mo. pymts. 3886422.
PIANOLESSONS771-9104
2035. now to get the best deal
Glenda Beloncik NO CASH NEEDED

Graduate of Oklahoma University FIVE BEDROOMS 1968 Mustang,V-8,AT,sharp,$1095. or LARGE DISCOUNTS TO NAVY PERSONNEL!
School of Music low .
mo. 388.6422.MOTORCYCLE
1'12 BA.,CH, BIRO I refrig., drapes, Ig. pymts.
All levels private and class ONE MILE SOUTH INTERSECTION OF 295& US. 1
fncd. yd., $25,200, VA Or FHA, Call
Today. FOR SALE PHON 268-2633
SINGER SEWING MACHINE JACK V. FOREHANDCORP. CB 125S Honda, 2,000 miles, 80MPG.
Like new-$550. Call 261.9085.WANTED .
In Maple cabinet$70. Realtor-M.L.S. 771-88(6


771-4105 ,I'!:. RENTALS. '" .<.? :l. [ USED MOTORCYCLESAny I


Sewing machine SINGER, looks ZIGZAG like new. 1973 38 R..2BA. HOUSE shape, size, year, model, or Big Chief Say:
CH&A Brand new In Orange Park. condition. 3870551.
Model Zig Zags, embroiders, ap
Avail. Oct. 1 to Mar. 1, 2644656.
:
pliques monograms, etc. Need ::4rc7 :
U Don't have to
someone to pay balance $64 80 or ------g.
assume $9.20 per month payments.Will 2BR.UNFURN.APT.WW OF
take trade. Phone 731-0255 Ask for carpet kit. fully equipt., Dish. I /J7'1 TOTE 'EM Big

Credit Manager. Will deliver, no washer CH&A, $165.Mo. Located on BY THE PEOPLE Ihj'1JJChief'
obligation. Smith St. in Orange Park. 354.7150. puts

: .. |[ AND) FOR 'em on FREE!
GEORGE'S KENNELS I.| t;: .,MOBILE HOMES:;. + -

Dogs A Cats Boarded JUSTI) TRAILER PARK THE PEOPLE. MONARCH

Since 1925. Grooming, training & 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS clean modern Th American Red Crow. t rf (

shipping. Visitors welcome. trailer and apts. 3893007, 11 1 tI
Bankamericard & Mastercharge
honored. Off 1-10 near Cassat Ave. & WEBUYANDSELL : HIPERFORMANCE4KY 4

Edgewood Ave. GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES TV'S
SOlS Edgewood Court,713-1625 Phone 388-4(19
4743 Blanding Blvd.

RESTAURANT EQUIPMENTMust MOBILE HOME 12'X60' Phone: 771-3300 POLYESTER 1

sell going out of business, all 3 bedrms,1 bath, den, screened porch, )UNITED I RENTm
2 sheds, furnished or unfurnished, set ,
reasonable, good buy, like new cond.,
canal off Lake Santa Fe, Lot size
on
full layout for Sandwich or Short up .
order restaurant 246.6336 or 246.8)83. 50' 200'. ; 1 30,000 MILE


FRESH Also JUMBO Fresh SHRIMP Crabs DAILY STORE OR SHIP YOUR CAR t GUARANTEEF78x14 4

Call I 264 0677

49 SPECIAL-DEAD STORAGE RATES
or 15 4 FOR 7980
CUSTOM MADE LEATHER GOODS INDOOR STORAGE

Caps, Hats Belts Sandals, Work Bags 24 HOUR GUARD SERVICE G78x14 or 15 4 FOR *878
Vests. Craft supplies.
guaranteed. 2499576. LOWEST RATES IN TOWNI I H78x14 or 15 4 FOR 9995


[ -::,REAL, ESTATE ;;} NATIONWIDEAUTO / L78xl5 4 FOR $10795


TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo STORAGE & RECOVERY Plus F.E.T. of 2.37 to 3.13
up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile /

radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to W. FORSYTH STREET PHONE 353-6159 Passenger Tire Guarantee

$3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far 639 .Guaranteed.,.,,,.!all,..d hor.rd.la the 1.1..1 the..."".1
below near-future values. Call Tony Ir.ad.If lire f.ili, we will,.I.u.ph.n. repair it free ai replace
George, 389.5514, Eve. 7711976. if,charging ."Iy f.,Ke tread wear.". p'.'.'.there ef
WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA the current price plus tai.
Realtors Specialist <-p>1r <<_.r.!.!} .Guaranteed.,.,,,..w..,-.",fer a ipecif>ed number.mile.
j..:. If tread wean.",in hot period we will replace it,chargingfer
mileage v..4.n a prarata(hare at the current pnce,plus
SMALL EQUITYIn TEXACOCOMPLETE tai.: .' vehicle*deludedBAMXAMMICMD .
this 3BR., l'hBA. home w-W to W I R&S .

carpet drapes, side.by-side refrig. .
r%' ..:::?:;:::- m, :
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':'
Cent. :'>
freezer w Ice maker, range AC. : :;:::::>r. "::": :
heat sep. DR., & eatin kit. Less than AUTO CARE!
$4600 equity ALL oday.
JACK V. FOREHAND,CORP. MECHANIC ON DUTY
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R ealtor-M.L.S. 111.'."
AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS TIRE COMPANY

FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS cna'Sirei chrgc]
CONTACTJoe CAR WASH Open 8-6 Mon.-Fri.! 8-2 Sat]

Ropiak (RET. NAVY) Realtor e(

Associate Representing about our FREE LUBE! H0MM'4N&Y.tt.vD 'IfOT ;iaMAYl0tJtD 417VBk.ANDiNQil.VD y.
Blanding Agency Inc.Realtors Ask Ed j ; ) 3 l Hi 11 r S HWY ?.)? 4

OFFICE r171./036 RES:781-7715 ED STEPHENS, Owner

AVENUE PHONE 389.9414
JUAN
4851 SAN
REALTY
FOSHEE
Immediate cash for your equity, none (Corner of Cassat & San Juan)

too large or too small.
388-1511 Broker






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$600 Call 771-2497 mobile home, 3 BR, 2 BA, Cent
I AC. Assume 7'/4 percent Interest
THE Flee-T MARKET
J tA FOR SALE 1973 YAMAHA 360 Loan. Call 771-7552 after 5 P.M.

FREE PERSONALWAWI-AD SERVICE Enduro. Excellent condition. Payment. $112.93 Monthly.
for Military and Civilian Employees cf NAS Jax and WAS Cecil Field $700. Call 772-9426 or Ext. 3007 at -.........

---- --- rl NAS. 1971 Brookfleld 12x52 Mobile
1 ......... Home. Partly furnished No
'r------itwN-t J AD ORDER FORM 1969 OPEL WAGON, 1.9 Liter equity. Assume payments of $97

WORDS Eng. 4 Spd. R&H. Fine cond. thru per. mo. Total loan pay-off $4900.
(ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 )
i i'I out. Perf. 2nd car, 28 mpg. Red. Call 771.3211 Ext. 8253
i for Quick Sale $795. See at 6481

Roosevelt Blvd. (near Pawn FOR SALE: Frigidaire

,1 Shop) 772-3277 Refrigerator Top Freezer Pink

Excellent Condition, $75.00.
WONDA CHAIR with ac Dehumidifier Make Offer Call
cessories. Good condition. 772.1621

,! TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINTAD ABOVE and REQUIRED I INFORMATION BELOW I. $100.00. PRACTICAL HAN-
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. DYMAN'S ENCYCLOPEDIA 22 69 Ply. Fury III, 318 ENG, 4 DR,
o I II volume set. Excellent condition Vinyl HT, Loaded $700.00 or

I $35.00. 7811666. Trade for Boating Rig. Call 268-

I i Name Office or activity to which assigned III 1964 THUNDERBIRD, loaded, 9660

I Excellent condition. $495 264-0357 73 YAMAHA MX, 250cc, Excellent
I condition $700.00. Call 268-
I Rank-Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signature I FOR SALE: BAR hand built 6 ft. 9660

\1 Black vinyl with matching stools
\. Advertising will be accepted only from active must provide all information requested le: Full 1
a military or civilian: employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I $150 6520 Wilson Blvd. Cedar For Rent, ORANGE PARK, 2
I. NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activityto Hills. 771.1806 BR, 2 BA, Furnished, Washer-
which he is assigned and office telephone. This Dryer included.Avail. 1 October.
II 2. Free advertising In the .VleeT MARKET" information Is for authentication only and your ad
will be limited to: Offers to buy, sell or rent housingfor should be worded independently of this information.S. 67 GHIA, NFW Eng. tires paint 1 March, 264.2118 after 5 p.m.
'I personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell 1 $800. 74 SHASTA Travtra AC
personal property; offers of or requests for rides to Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear in $1775. 67-72 VW Tra Hitches $10. Need Good Homes for two CAT'S
I and courses from offered work; by announcements nonprofit organizations of educational or the .following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads LCDR Mills 772.3133 or 264-5723 Free one all black and one calico.
arriving after that date will be placed in 'the
1 governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted following week's edition. Ads will be run only onetime Moving and need homes. Good
I- only if the words "PCS" (for military), or unless resubmitted as prescribed above. 1971 Mark III Continental. Orig. with Children Call. 772-0522
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the ..
Owner 28,000 miles. Immaculate
) Included in the wording of the
r Jacksonville area are
f. No phone calls will be accepted regarding O
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied condition $5,000 Jax Ext 2551 or FREE RABBIT, Brown new
I I "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR
by the word "Free". NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide 264-5826 Zealand buck Ext. 3184
I II 3. All ads must b. typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. '
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printedin i BOYS BICYCLE: 20 in. 5 Speed 12 CU. FT. Refrigerator $50. Also
Ads written in longhand All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No
in each edition of our paper. 7.
Columbia "Long-boy" $25.00. Floor Buffer $35.00. Both In very
will be reiected.I more than two ((2) ads per week per person will be ,
I accepted. I Lawn Sweeper, like new parker good condition. Call 772-1174
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T 36" Trallette, Te-7036 $115.00 Jax
MARKET" Editor C-O JAXAIR NEWS, Bldg. 1. I. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I Ext 2551 or 264-5826 WANTED: Television, Portableor
''I NAS Jacksonville.} Jacksonville. Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above I .
OR requirements, will be refected. The publisher Console; Refrigerator or
I. "Flee-T MARKET" Editor c-o AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I Truck Camper Sleeps four, three Freezer; .22 Caliber Pistol;
I' 111. NAS Cecil Field. Florida 32215. These forms Burner Range, oven, Aircond, shotgun any guage, and a 6' or 8'
.. -------------.-.. ----_------. ----------. Carpet Upholestry. Ideal for step ladder. Call 771-8075
:;r.--: ::-----::;--:- ---- --- ---- ---' -- -- -- new
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tt Ton Truck Call 771-7360

RENT 3 BR 2 BATH New 1971 Capri Radio, Heater, Air LAMPS Two for $25. TENNIS 72 240-Z. Outstanding Condition,
Mobile Home near base centralair. Conditioner. $1350. Call Chuck RACKETS 2 for $7. Call 264-3954 FOR SALE: 74 Olds Cutlass, 442 Yellow with Black Interior,

.. All conveniences $165, $75 Jones X2808 or 264-5915 ...._... Metalic Brown, 3 months old, Shelby Aluminum Wheels with
Deposit 771-7182 or 771-4443 8x25 One Bedroom Trailer, $2,100. take over payments, DK3 brand new Michelin Xas Radials.
Antique Square Grand Piano furnished, shag carpet, AC unit Rizzo 772-2365 or 786-1646 384-6348 4100.00 or best offer. .
17 FOOT OKEECHOBEE Made in 1828 by William Bourneof Excellent buy at $1000.00 2604

FISHING BOAT 115 HP. Boston. A real museum piece. Lake Shore Blvd., 388-8375 Bar Stools, Two: Chrome with 1973 HONDA 10,650 Dirt &
Evlnrude. engine Custom Run $1500.00 Call Chuck Jones X2806or Red vinyl Upholstry: Ideal for Street 350 Red White $650.00
On Trailer $1300. Call Willie or 264-5915 BOSTON ROCKER FOR SALE Apt or Family Room: $99. Call Fine Shape 771-2497

Joe Sheddan Green Cove Springs $12.50, Wedding Gown $15.00 and 264-3954
284-5744 FOR SALE 40" Frigidaire Pink Formal $5.00 All In Good Old & New Outdoor Life & Field
Electric Range. Good working condition. Call 771-5096 WINNEBAGO 24 ft. Excellent and Stream Magizlne's with
YASHICA ELECTRO. Case, 2 condition. Automatic oven, clock,* Condition All Accessories, Two covers Sell 35c each 771-2497

Lens, Filters, Strobe, Tripod $150 light.appliance outlet. Storage in FOR SALE: Boat Trailer for 17 to Air Conditioners, Sleeps seven,

CPO Uniforms, Green, Blue, side and bottom. $75.00. 20 foot boat, new, all aluminum, Dines Ten, Warranty. 264-8365 HIDE-A-BED Sofa Simmons,
Khaki J-38 Pants 32.30, $75 Phone Phone772-3558 12 inch tandem axle. 264-4297 double with sheets and slipcover.
778-0652 71 CHEVY 'NOVA' Excellent $50.00 Call 5-10 P.M. Weekdays.
Trailer lot for rent between 71 DODGE POLARA 4 dr. AT, Cond. New Tires, Red with Black .Anytime Weekends. 786-9301
SALE: Ex-condition 69 Super Orange Park and Middleburg, AC, PS, PB, VT $$1,000. Twin Vinyl top, 350 cu. in 4 spd, Call ........-
Beetle V.W. Dune-Buggy appv'd Large lot, $45.00 mo., water Beds, Box springs and Mat. 264-6523 after 1600 WANTED TO BUY: Ballantine
Road use Custom, Frame 6 New furnished: limit 2 children Ph. tresses $50.00. 264-8352 Illustrated History of World WarII

tire, W-many extras $65.00 or 282.5616 Chain Link Fence Approx 80 Ft. Books; Tank Force, T-34, PT "

best offer. Phone Ext. 2419-2900 Fender Acoustic Guitar, like 48" high with posts and all hard Boat, Airborne, Mosquito,
FOR SALE: 14' Bass Charger, new, large Flat body Folk style, ware. 772.8270I Hitler's Fleet, Pacific Hawk,
WILL BABYSIT jn my 50HP E-S Merc., Tach Del. Ped. with case and chord books. $125. rocket fighter. Call 264-4365

home..would like companion (s) Seats, live well W-Aerator, dry Phone 389-6570 I will babysit in my home. I will
for 9 mo. old daughter. Have storage, rod holders, depth fin give child FOR SALE: Baby Stroller like
your loving care. 4
fenced yard. love children. Call der, electric trol. MTR. 778-2693 FOR SALE: 8 year old Gelding miles West of Cecil phone 289-3541 new, asking $15. 781-7651
7715923. horse. Need training by experienced
FOR SALE: Antique Clock, rider. $50.00 or trade Oak Hill 4 bedrooms Console Stereo Antique Green
family
WANTED TO BUY Used C. F. Mantel, Excellent condition and! for calves of equal value.772.222" room, with AM-FM Radio; 18' of new 4'
dining eat-in
room, kit-
chain
Martin Guitar. Phone 751-0628 excellent running condition. $100. chen. CH&A. Carpets and drapes. link fence outfit. $15 each

after 4:00: and anytime on 778-2693 FOR SALE: COLOR TV, 25" Near schools. $36,500 VA, FHA. 772-2578 ._...._
weekend. Magnavox console in Early 772-8153 11 Sheets of Light Oak Paneling
68 VW Red Bug Good Cond. $750 America Maple W-Antenna being $3.00 sheet trade for Green or

FOR SALE OR TRADE 19' 4751 Lex. Ave 388-7437 or Ext. transfered outside U.S. Price FOR SALE: Beginner's guitar, Brown Couch & Chair, must be
Aristocraft, 160 Mercruiser 10. 3368 Good Transportation.Home $400. Sold new for S700. 18 months never used, will sell for $25.00 nice No |unk. Cash Diff. 781-8849
New galvanized tandem wheel Old call 786-4767 Call 778-0329

trailer. Phone 751-0628 after 4:00: & Income or Investment. .......... 1968 CHEVELLE, 396, 3 speed
and anytime on weekend. Duplex Excellent Rental FOR SALE: New Sears 5,000 HURST, Rebuilt carb, new
Murray Hill 388-7437 or Ext. 3368 72 YAMAHA CT2, 175cc, Street. brakes
,
BTU house Air Conditioner, must sager mags. Hi-Jacker
MAPLE HUTCH and BUFFET, trail, W-S, Excellent condition. sell, moving will sell for $75.00. shocks, good tires. R&H, Tape
very nice, perfect, 3 months old CB RADIO, Base Rig W-Antenna $585.00 Call G.F. Fisher ext. 3244 Call 778-0329 Deck. $12000 7867438. NAS 3076
paid almost $300 sell $199 must Soper-8 Johnson Black face. $100 NAS Jax or 282-1434 Middleburg, ..........

see 771.11&.4MARLETTE for everything call CWO2 Painter Fla. eve. 1971 MGB 31,000 miles 25 MPG, PLYWOOD 1/4 thick Basin with

772.2362 388-8008 AM-FM, AC, Steel Radial Fausets Baby Clothing, 786-5496
FOR RENT: 2 BR, Furn. Mobile
$2395.00 Real Good
TRAILER 12x60 FOR SALE: 4 Piece Sectional Home, AC & Washer Carpets, Buy. 264-1129 1973-23' Critchfield Coddy cabin

with 10 ft Expando 3 bedroom, Sofa, very good condition. Convenient NASJOeposit, $175 per FREE, 2 White Female Black 165 merc 1.0 W-Pwr Trim,

central heat and air, fenced yard, ColorGold: & White. $100.00 Call mo. 78o-2829 male Kittens, (long haired), 6 Tandem Trailer W-Surge Brakes,

near NAS, Phone 388-5133 after 5:00: P.M. 765-5844 wks. old, to good home. 781-8258 full Carpet-Canvas, Pwr wench,
.....
UHF-FM Radiote
.,; evenings. 9 ch elechorn
1971 Model 19 Ft. Silverline Boat One Bedroom Mobile Home on 2 outriggers, 4 FM Rod Hldrs, CG
w-115 HP.Mercury Motor. Heavy 3 Bedroom House for rent, Brand Landscaped Lots on Canal at Half 12'x60' CAPELLA MOBILE Equip, Sleep 4 excell. cond.I7250.00$3000equity .
Duty Tilt Trailer. Outstanding new, fully furnished available. 1 Moon Lake. 10 miles East of HOME Excel. Cond. 2 BR 1 BA must sacrificedue
Buy 2450. Call C. Jones X2808or October to 1 March. In Orange Silver Springs on Hyw 40. $8500. Central AC. Top 112.41 Ph. 771. to orders 772-8895
264-5915 Park. 264-4656 Jax ,Fla. 771-8343 3808
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Semi. Chopped 350-four Honda, SALE 2000 sq. ft. 4BR, 2'/zBA.,
Colonial, CH&A, 2 ,
car garage
1973 Eight over Tubes Sportster
Intercom, ; fenced ,
t hk Tank &Seat. Many Extras 15,000 Biro carpeted.
miles, Excellent Cond. $14000. convenient, by appt. 264-2854
gals
r ... /i w 781.8970 SWING SET Good Condition
$15.00. Contact BOURGOYNE at
FOR,SALE: One set of Mufflers, .
Ext. 3710 home phone 772-9225
"Thrush Side Pipes", Slightly
used$40. Call Hovey, Days at 772-
with
Carpet gold nylon 9x12 pad.
3161
-........ Gold velvet wing chair. Both
excellent condition. 388.7382
Big Sale: 26"x36" Mirrors (new)
t r:; ::: $10 each, yard lantern, acrylic 11,000 BTU Sears Coldspot 95.00,
f 1 F with aluminum 7' post, new, 5000 BTU J.C. Penneys $55, 5000
double, single bed $10 each 772- BTU Reverse cycle whirlpool $65.

z: CJI'4yryl"+ 4: ,,. 7305 772.1320 after..6..p...m.
&r *fi 4 ..........
1972 Fairway M-H Front Den, 2
'.' k t' 4p 1w Sale: 15,000 BTU AC $85.00, BD, 1 BA., Refrig, Gas stove,
Kitchen Table Chairs $10, Metal washer &dryer, skirting. $7000.00 _
Cupboard with counter top, $10, Ext. 2686 7:00 a.m. 3:00: p.m.
Chandiller (new) $15, more. 772- 771. ,
7305 weekday ?! !.eve.. & wkends.

For Sale YASHICA Electro 8 LD- .
Portable Electric Oven, Like 6 Movie Camera. Remote Con
& f new, Save Energy $25.00. Call trol. Electric Zoom. Electric eye.
*&. .. .. .. . 771-6804 Super 8. $120. Call 771.8669 Free
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HOW ABOUT A LtT ILt: tttLP-FN Warren Russell (Left) and tripod ..........
USS SN Robert Ayer, attached to the
Saratoga, lend
I Public Works a hand by 67 FORD 2 DR. H.T. 68Cadillac
picking
up litter around NAS Jax How about 1971 HONDA BC-1000, 4600 Miles ;
them helping
out
by keeping your trash to yourself Good Condition, 95 MPG, $300.00or 4dr. HT. Honda Trail 70's 15'
Best Offer. X3244 Between 8:00 FG Boat. 55 HP motor & Trailer
AM and 4:00: P.M. Phone 289.2331 after 5 p.m.
O.UTOtVQ / NCOA Mobile Unit hereJaxThe

72 NOVA 307 CU. Excellent Cond.
For Sale: 1972 Honda 600' Coupe.
Q- Non Commissioned Officers Association's mobile unit will 26,000 Orig. MI. Radial Tires, 4 dr. AT, AC, R&H 4 new tires
C'm be in the Jacksonville area today thru Saturday to explain the Heater, Seat Belts. New cond. 45 2300 or best offer. Call 786-8149
Association's purpose and future plans mi. per. gal.$150 cash assume $53
Credit Union Call 765- 73 CUTLASS SUPREME Power
Today the unit will be at the Cecil Field Navy Exchange. Tomorrowit 6478 mo. pays. Brakes Windows and Steering 4

will be at Hancock Hall,then move to Mayport on Saturday.The .......... dr. Two Tone Vinyl top clean
-" local NCOA chapter will hold its monthly meeting tonight at 7 Exc. Cond Low mileage 771.3698

1';> 6-196 p.m. in the Orange Park Holiday Inn meeting room. All NCOA "70" FORD GALAXY 500, 4 dr.
members and interested persons are invited to attend. HT, PS, PB, AC, AUTO, Good 1974 SUZUKI GT380L Perfect
NCOA membership is open to E4 through E-9s of all services, Including Condition. $895 call 771-6732 Condition. Helmets, crash sissy
the Reserves. bars included. 2600 ml. Originalcost
$1455. Sacrifice $1150.
Tires Brand new BR 70-15 Good Kaufman Cecil X.506-507 or 264-

No one else year steel radial fits VW & 1506 ..........
Porche $65.00 268-6096
rigIInu 'tUngt 1956 CHEVY BELLAIR Completecar

can give us 1972 CADILLAC, White, Excel. except engine and Iran
smisslon $75 771-3211. Ext. 459
* Must sell. 387.1225

"VILLAGESONTHESQUARECONDOMINIUMS what you 1973 GRAN TORINO Sta WagonPS. 1969 CHEVELLE 327-375 h.p.; 4-

PB. AC, New tires AM FM ,speed; green metalflake; white
can. Radio' $500 and take over vinyl top; black roll-impleated
payment. Ext. 3518 interior; Corvette wheels. LIKE
Join Us. Please NEWI $1600 771.3211 Ext. 459
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N.Y. The Navy Resale System will be participating in the 199th
birthday of the United States Navy with a worldwide sales event that will feature
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savings of over 40 percent on some items. The sale begins on Monday, October 7,
and will]] continue for the duration of the week through October 12.. *
Navy Exchanges, commissary stores and ships stores afloat will be offering i
extra values on items selected especially]] for this sale.A .
highlight of this year's event will be a sale within the sale at most exchanges. I _rIECCaME
These mini-sales will feature merchandise items, foods and other services at a
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Navy Birthday price of $1.99. Exchanges will]] determine which items will be
offered during the mini-sales. t

In addition to the savings being offered in the retail store, many Navy exchanges ,.,
will be featuring special values and price discounts in their services
department. Adding to the celebration, Navy exchanges are expected to hold
some special events such as games, give-aways and contests during the six-day I1-iW ; S fRMEp FORCES ppI __ I IM Ix

affair. \ORLD
Over 120 merchandise items have been identified for price reductions as a y
result of negotiations with manufacturers by the Navy Resale System Office. A :
listing of these Navy birthday specials has been sent to all Navy exchanges so w 'r555'T : 1

that local buyers may select items they feel will generate the most favorable iS _
customer response. A similar listing of specially priced merchandise was sent to
resale officers operating ships stores afloat.
Navy commissary stores will join the festivities with reduced prices on a
number of items selected by each Officer in Charge as a result of negotiationswith
vendors and suppliers. The selection of items will be based upon their appeal -
to a majority of the local comstore patrons.The ,
Navy Resal System celebration is being held for all members of the Navy '.:;,.,. .' '. \ .
family. All authorized patrons are invited to join the festivities at their nearest /
resale activity and celebrate the"NavyBirthday-A Proud Tradition." WAITING TO MEET YOU Sea World in Orlando has special ad.
mission prices in effect this week for military personnel as part of its I
Appreciation to the Armed Forces Week. Special activities planned
include bands, drill teams and helicopter demonstrations.

Let's Clean Up AmericaFor


CZ JAWA RICKMANBSA

Our 200th Birthday TRIUMPH "BIRD,

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rriit IN JUST m DAY'A NEW KITCHEN M-X Parts

CABINET LOOK DIRECT FROM THE Street Sales

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AND MORE OYER NEW CABINETS I Before selecting your new Apartmenthome
INSTALLED OVER METAL OR WOOD CABINETS I Ifi we invite you to visit and COMPARE
NO JOB TOO LARGE.NO JOB TOO SMALL I Orange Park North.

Credit Terms Available
Wit, Choose from 5 different floor plans- One,
two, or three bedrooms, all on ground floor,
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Our ItyU.lif*r ds ,Cr >ftIMANINT IIAUTV r T-Kil .. separate and family sections.
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CALL TODAY, SUNDAY' OR ANT DAY FOR A NO-OBLICATION FREE ESTIMATE.

*\ SPACEAGEKITCHENSCRCDrr I Choice Three Bedroom Units Now Available I

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-- The Fleet Reserve Association (FRA) Branch

91, the Ladies Auxiliary Unit 91 and Club 91 are spon-
soring a "Flea Market" Sunday at the Branch Home

((5391 Collins Road) starting at 2-p.m. .
Anyone wishing to donate articles for sale is_ asked to

bring them to the Club Saturday.All .
profits will go to the Branch Home Mortgage
Retirement Fund.

For further information, contact Don Caraway at 264-
2833 or June Breeze at 3845575.

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UNF on-base courses


\ qi o} starting next Monday .


Jax-University of North Florida on-base courses will

begin here Sept. 2324.
Registration will be held the first night of each course.

.. Courses to be offered include:
tk Foundations of Land Economics (Real Estate):

Monday and Wednesday from 5:30: to 7:30: p.m.

THE WINNERS-These six members of HS-5 recently had the pleasure of washing one of the Organizational Management (MBA): Monday and
squadron's SH-3D helos.They'd been elected to do it. For a quarter a vote WITH proceeds going to Wednesday from 7:30: to 9:30: p.m.
the Combined Federal Campaign,squadron personnel voted for the people they thought should wash Principles of Marketing: Tuesday and Thursday from
the chopper (tropical whites,no less).The lucky winners are First Row, L-R: LCdr. D.P. Fisher, 5:30: to 7:30: p.m.
XO LCdr. E.R.Sands,C.O.; LCdr. Dave Wynne and LCdr.Jim Thompson.
l Quest for Identity: Tuesday and Thursday from 7:30:

to 9:30: p.m.


Take stock in America. All classes will be held in Hangar 1000, Rooms 231232.

Further information about classes and financial aid

for active duty military personnel is available by

calling 772-2477 or by dropping by Room 245, Bldg. 500.



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You'll get to see something Jacksonville's
WITH THE JAX AIR NEWS/AIRWINGER. wanted for a long time .

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Kerr and Mark Swoboda. -
League record to 5-2 with wins The second half scenario NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUEW
last week over HC-2 and Air Ops. to be much different than proved the NARJAX W L L

HC-2 was their most difficult first, however, and the EAGLES 6 1 FICEUR 7 0
encounter, for one half at least, responsible for that man 4 1 VW-4 6 1 Jax-FICEUR- retained their
change was'Don 11S '
as HC-2 held them at bay 12-0 in Sedam as he scored three VP-49-li 4 0 DENTAL 5 2 undefeated status in theAmerican
2 3 HC-2 Football
touchdowns. His 3 3' League last
HC-2 recovers two-pointers by touchdowns Bill Davidsonand and HS-1 VP-24 2 3 MARTD 2 4 week by shutting out both HS-15
2 3 HS-15 1 3 and the Marine Barracks.
Richard Reese
gave Dental a INDIES 0 3 MARINE BKS 1 5 Mark Ivy was the main man
with two wins come-from-behind Air 22-12 win. HOSPITAL 0 5 AIR OPS 0 7 that stood in the way of a win for
Ops was their other victimas
HS-15 when he scored three
Jax--HC-2 brought their they took a 12-0 halftime lead touchdowns and a two-pointer on
American Football League and went on to a 25-0 win. Bill VW4 the way to a 34-0 win. Jim Hen-
Davidson
strengthfor
scored saves
record back to a modicum of two of Dental's derson backed him up with two
touchdowns while
respectability last week after Richard Reese touchdowns and John Fruge
losing to Dental when they beat and apiece Mike and Gibson Richard added one second half winsJaxThe tossed in a two-pointer.
both the Marine Barracks and Provine Henderson took over the
MARTD. contributed a two-pointer. Hurricane Hunters of half battle but VW-4 again waited leading role in the 20-0 defeat of
Mark Swoboda made his touchdown VW-4 did the only thing they until the second half to assert the Marine Barracks when he
total for the week five whenhe HS-1 wIns two could do to stay in the American their strength and pulled out a 20- matched his totals against HS-15
added two in each game to his League race for first after losing 8 win.VW-4 was held to an 8-8 tie by scoring two touchdowns. John
one in HC-2's loss to Dental. Jax-After losing their first to FICEUR the week before and at the half of this game. Meyers added the other eight
His two against the Marine three games of the season HS-1 that was to win both of their points with a touchdown and a

Barracks were complemented by came back last week to score a games last week. HS-11 becoming two-pointer. .
Danny Roy's touchdown, Elbert 22-6 win over Hospital and a 14-8 MARTD did their best to pull Gagaiis destroys
Ashland's two point-after- win over the Indies. off an upset as they held the
touchdown attempts and RobertPierce's.twopointer Arthur Barbera's two touch- Hunters to a 0-0 tie at halftimebut shutout experts Narjax's record
to give HC- downs and Steve Weir's touch- they failed to contain Hubert
a 24-14 victory. Bob Cain and down, two-pointer and field goal Pratcher in the second half and Jax-HS-ll won their third and Jax-NarJax went into their
Glyden Brooks scored touchdowns were the instruments of VW-4 emerged with a 6-0 win. fourth straight National Football confrontation with the Eagles
for the Marine Barracks Hospital's defeat. Glenn Migues HS-15 also put up quite a first League games last week and both undefeated after five games but
while Rhoden Baker made the scored Hospital's only touch- were shutouts to give them three when it was over NarJax had lost
two-pointer. down. HS-15'discove.rs shutouts in four tries. 36-14 and Jim Gag .lis had left an
.
Swoboda's two touchdowns Steve Weir and Wesley Russell Hospital suffered through a 36-0 indelible impression on them.
against MARTD were the only did all of HS-l's scoring in the joys of winningJaxAfter defeat in which Mort McCarthy Gagalis scored all five of the
ones scored by HC-2 but along defeat of the Indies with Weir scored three touchdowns and a Eagles touchdowns, three of
with Robert Kerr's twopointerthey scoring a touchdown and a two- being shutout by two-pointer. received support which came in the first half to
were good enough for a 14-8 pointer and Russell a sixpointer.The FICEUR earlier in the week, HS- from Livio Capilla's six points, give the Eagles an 18.141ead with
win. MARTD's only points cameas Indies eight points came by 15 found out what it was like to be Mike Beaulieu's six points and Dick Lewis and Leroy Boykin
two points each from Ron NarJax close with their
keeping
on the winning side of a shutout Fejfar-
Mike Coakley scored six and way of six from David Shenk and
George Jordan two. two from Howard Blanton. when they handed Air Ops a 19-0 and Lawrence Harvey. touchdowns. It was all Gagaiis
defeat and picked up their first VP-24 fell 14-0 when Harvey again in the second half for the
NarJax backon win of the season.Touchdowns and Richard Grant scored the Eagles as he scored two more
for the winners touchdowns and Fejfar added a while his teammates held NarJax

were scored by Claude Page, J.S. two-pointer. scoreless.IN .
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11 'I
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i : second Navy Commendation MedalLieutenant :


1 FOOTBALL -VS28-= -1 2 James E. HUDSONwas and management ability, Maintenance Officer on the !

t'\'1, Well the football season finally VS-Wing /i 3V4 recently presented a gold Lieutenant HUDSON performedhis COMATKCARAIRWINGTHREE
got started last Tuesday in Want to earn some extra income star in lieu of a second Navy demanding duties in a con- Staff.Lieutenant \
between rain storms. All'games ? Special Service is in needof Commendation Medal by Captain sistently outstanding manner. HUDSON enlistedin i
had been cancelled the previousday football officials. If you have a Jerry O. TUTTLE, USN, Com- His superb management of the the United States Navy in June i
':: when the lines on the field general knowledge of football mander, Attack Carrier Air Wing total aircraft maintenance 1946 and advanced up through the I
,: floated away. Playing underwater rules, we can teach you the rest. THREE. program resulted in his selectionas enlisted ranks to Chief Petty
11 VS-22 upset a strong If you need money and exercise, d...' J n In _,... MEDIUM ATTACK WING Officer. In March 1966, he was
P Marine team by a score of 6-0. On contact Mr. McGuckin at ex- ONE Maintenance Officer of the promoted to Warrant Officer
.. Wednesday nite NAMTD bruised tention 498. Year for 1973. The aircraft status and subsequently selectedfor I
VS-28 to post an 18-0 win and a 1974 Intermural ProgramFor availability in ATKRON 75, the Limited Duty Officer '
sharp looking VA-45 team those squadrons who have coupled with superior systems J Program three years later.
coasted by VA-72, 336. Thursdaysaw just returned to Cecil Field, the a performance, greatly influencedthe Other military decorations
VS-32 get behind Don following programs will be I >a too Chief of Naval Operations in include six Good Conduct
Jackson and trounce PASO 270. available during the remainderof selecting ATKRON 75 as the 1973 Awards, a ,Navy Unit Com-
Russ Munson's strong arm and calendar year '74: 1 1r recipient of the Rear Admiral C. mendation, the Vietnam Service
pin point passing was too much Event Start r WADE McCLUSKY Award, Medal, National Defense Medal
for VS-22,as VA-15 won their first Table tennis 10-16 1000 gym 10-28 denoting the most oustanding and the Republic of Vietnam

I'' game handily, 3012. Paddle ball 10-15 1000 gym 10-21 Attack Squadron in the United Campaign Ribbon.He .
'I The surprise team of both Basketball 10-17 1000 gym ? F FLT. States Navy. His plans and and his wife "Max", the
leagues may just well be the Volleyball 10 18 1000. gym ? coordination of maintenance and former Maxine Guest of Green-
h NAMTD contingent, who never training requirements ville, South Carolina, reside in
t allowed VS-28 a first down. This Bowling (winter) significantly assisted the Jacksonville, Florida while their
f speaks highly of their defensive Atlantic (Tues) squadron transition to the A-6E daughter, Debbie, is a senior at
I' unit, but when does the offense Co-National (Wed) aircraft without loss in main- CONVERSE COLLEGE in
get to rest, the ancient teachers American'Thur( ) --"-- tenance efficiency. By his un- Spartanburg, South Carolina
can't stand much of that. All bowling leagues will start J.E. HUDSON tiring devotion to duty and majoring in operatic voice.
Golf Standings early in October with the oustanding effectiveness _____._..__ .".U"'..... ""
VA-45 3V4 V* meetings to be announced. Lieutenant HUDSON was cited throughout, Lieutenant HUDSON W <:'m\ ;

VS-30 2 0 Handball Standings for meritorious service while reflected great credit upon t
Supply 1 1 1.VS-28 16-4 serving as Maintenance Officerin himself and the United States Y
Ops 1 1 FASO 8-7 Attack Squadron SEVENTY.. Naval Service.
VS-32 1 1 3.VA-174 6-4 FIVE from 28 January to 31 -zL t' ,
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I Ladies Doubles Tennis Teamof



wins first outing year handily

'->
Story&Photos
By Vince Jakucenis their game and feel that it helps have the -
to determination and
keep in shape and
Jax-The NAS Jax Ladies recreational outlet provides a dedication to finish in the top half
Doubles Tennis Team held their husbands are at while their of the standings when their
initial meet of the season last deployment. work or on fourteen game schedule ends in
The
weekshutting out Beauclerc 7-0. which has Jax team, May. k
The team,coached by Caroline been twenty members, has As for the future, well who
practicing
since
MacKenzie and Nancy Herrick, Ms. MacKenzie July and knows; does Operations have a
is in it's first year of competitionin feels the_girls hop to Forrest Hills?
Jacksonville ... "'-"'- __ .... IIIIIr
the Ladies
Doubles "C" League. Ms.
MacKenzie explained the "C"
League is for novice players witha
desire to play competitivetennis.
Basic skills are stressed k f
with the ladies learning game ILe'f
strategy and court position. -
These ladies are serious about

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; AND TAKE IT SHE DOES-.One of Beauclerc's team members
-counters with her own backhand. I



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TAKE THAT-Rita Kiser sends a backhand towards her opponentsas
_"" 1IIiII her partner, Ann McLamb, looks on.IOWUISWUCOMIO. TQYQT 4

COACH CHECKS THE

ROSTER-Caroline MacKenzie, .,..
coach of the Jax Women's
Doubles Team, checks the roster
before matches get underway to

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" Navymen participate in America's Cup competitionNEWPORT I



R. I. (NAV. other well-known sailing eventsas Club from England in 1851.I t ,
"
?:t NEWS) Australians and the Cape May and Bermudaraces. Despite attempts by international ;t- .' '",, \ '

\ Americans are meeting here for yachting groups to win :.

the 22nd:! defense in 123 years The three enthusiasticallyendorse back the award the cup has : : : -
I ;\o"
of competition for international the Navy's policy on remained bolted to the floor in ; ;
\ .
.I :
',1.(I sailing's most coveted prize competing in international New York.In ; : :" .n

,V the America's' Cup. Three sports. "If you can qualify," describing his feelings

f. naval officers are part of the O'Brien said "the Navy will let about the cup races, O'Brien '

n 14-man Courageous crew repre. you participate:' Tight tactics, said, "It's the chance of a life i" :

v senting the United States. in the teamwork and a group of committed time; if you get the chance, \ 1ft; : % : : :

races which began Sept. 10th. people mold into a you just don't, pass it up:' ::

\. Navy Lieutenants (junior on ce.i n.a.1i fctime experience ;, -f;
grade) Tom Ternes and Tom what Pierce calls the premier "-" ..

O'Brien .and Ensign Reggie event in sailing. "Competitiveness Oops !

k. Pierce spent more than 1,000 is why we sail," Tcrnes %

r" hours this summer competing said.

for the right to defend the Ternes and Pierce are :
Jax-The announcementthat
\, America's Cup. As members of "coffee grinders," so called because '
an organizational
the Courageous crew, they have they operate winches of
r meeting for tennis was to
earned the right to be called the same name. Located below
r be held last Wednesdaywas
f "among the best" the sailing decks, the winches control ad.
P incorrect in that it
world has to offer. justment of sail position.
was a meeting for hand-
!: Each of them came to the O'Brien operates the main sheet
ball and not tennis. So, if
I' competition: as already skilled winch.It .
you missed the meeting, ,
sailors. takes a lot of money to
for whatever reason, give Q A 4 +
Pierce, who began sailing buy one's way into a chance to f
the Athletic Office a call at
with his father on Long Island compete for the America's Cup ..:. '
Ext. 3239 as soon as ,.. .., ,...
Sound when he was eight, with a I 12-meter:! sailboat. r
possible.
combined his love of sailing Ternes. O'Brien and Pierce have

with his last job. One of his paid a different price. (Hard

duties at the Naval Academywas work and a love for sailing have

to help coach the varsity put them in the middle of the

dinghy team. world's premier sailing event. D

Ternes and O'Brien honed Their boat. Courageous,

their sailing skills as midshipmen bears little resemblance to the America's Cup contenders meet in Narragansett Bay during practice

at the academy. While schooner yacht America the sessions. Official U.s.
( Navy photo by J02 Jerry Atchison) I
there, Tcrnes skippered boats ship that brought the America's

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