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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 10, 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>.
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Tradition has always been the enduring strengthof 1
the Naval Service because tradition has its rootsin
the actions of people. Throughout the Navy's .
nearly two centuries of growth, the individual deeds
that have given birth to naval traditions have, at
times, fired the imagination of the entire world and
settled forever in the pages of our nation's history.On .
other occasions, far more numerous over the years,
countless individual acts of courage and sacrificehave
often remained unrecorded, perhaps even unnoticed,
but have been no less a vital part of the Navy's )
tradition-making process.In .

each instance the motivating force has been

the same--the professional commitment to duty bya .
Navy man or woman, military or civilian, in aspiritof
pride in self, pride in the Naval Service and pridein
our country. It is that heritage of commitment, ;''.,:
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Navy's commitment to its own people and a pledgeof
continued commitment to the people of our nation.It .
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we pause to honor the Navy's tradition-makers of the I
past and present, and dedicate. ourselves, in a spiritof .'
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our Navy celebrates its 199th Birthday, we are
in the midst of important changes in the Navy as we know
iU .the modernization of our Fleet, the realignment of
certain command and support organizations severe fiscal
constraints, the realities of the All-Volunteer Force,
and the dramatic expansion of the Soviet fleet.

But throughout the past year the United States Navy
has met each challenge, answered each call and, in every
rs J case, lived up to the finest, traditions of its 199 year
history. In fact, it is during times of crisis and
challenge that our Navy's proud tradition has its
greatest influence.

For almost two centuries American patriots have
sailed the oceans of the world, under sail coal steam
and nuclear propulsion, in ships of wood and ships of
steel, in a constant vigil to protect this nation and
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The story of the Navy in Jacksonville began in 1935 when interest in
military aviation in this locality led to an investigation by the Aviation
Committee of the Jacksonville Area Chamger of Commerce. This
Committee investigated the possibility of securing an Army Air Corps
Myi,. Ha .o-4.arrR; Base here,but the Army was interested in the Tampa Bay area
The campaign to commission a military installation in this area
continued in 1938 when a special board, authorized by Congress and
named the Hepburn Board after its president, Adm. A. J. Hepburn,
visited Jacksonville as part of a tour through the Southeast in searchof
possible locations to build a Navy aviation complex. After viewing
yr M u + proposed sites,including one at Miami,the board recommended. that a
t' i Y site at Jacksonville be chosen.

The following year Duval County citizens, anxious for the Navy to
establish bases in the area, voted a $1,100,000 bond issue to buy the
area known as Black Point and gave it intact to the Navy.
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} installation in the nation established by direct gift of local citizens.
In 1940, with war being waged in Europe and America's inevitable,
eventual involvement, the government invested $15,000,000 in what
was then intended as a training base for Navypilots.Congress passed
authorization for the expenditure of $68,000,000 for the base. The base
was commissioned on October 15, 1940, with Captain C. P. Mason
(later admiral) as its first commanding officer.

...) Almost immediately after its commissioning, the first aviation
cadets began their training. Following the United States' entry into
World War II, the air station became more important than ever as a
training base. The station's population numbered in the thousands,
and by the end of the war more than 11,000 pilots and 10,000 air
crewmen had undergone primary and operational training here to
earn their wings.
With the increase in demands on the station because of war, a
massive buildup program was carried out. By 1945 over 700 buildingshad
been built here, where pine trees and the remnants of Camp
A LOOK AT A GIANT-Navymen, Marines and civilian employees stream into HAS Jax throughthe
Johnson,the old Army training post, had stood only five years earlier.
I Main Gate. NAS has changed greatly throughout its history and the changes are continuing todayas
The Naval Air Technical Training Center at NAS Jacksonville
new squadrons and facilities arrive on the scene.
taught thousands of civilians in uniform how to handle the complicated
instruments of war before sending them on to join forces engaged with
Axis,forces in the Atlantic and Pacific.
Following the war, hundreds of Navy men and Waves were
discharged at a separation center operated here. The Naval Hospital
cared forhundreds of men wounded in combat.
With the close of the war, NAS Jacksonville continued as an active
naval installation; and in May 1946, Seventh Naval District
Headquarters was established aboard NAS with Rear Admiral Ralph
Davidson, then Chief of Naval Air Operational Training, assuming
duties as Commandant.

Seventh Naval District had previously been headquartered in
Miami. In 1948, the Naval Air Technical Training Center (NATTC)
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striking force in the Atlantic area from pole to pole. It is also a major

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complex in Northeast Florida, including the Naval Air Station at Cecil
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wNW171Y With WWII fast approaching in 1941, the Navy purchased a 2,600-(
"/ acre tract of forest and farm land in southwestern Duval County,
l lX Florida for the sum of $16,851.In .
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Ii1I1IULfi1r could support flight operations, and it was commissioned as the U.S.
t'1 Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Cecil Field, in honor of Commander
Henry Barton Cecil, USN, who lost his life in the crash of the dirigible
Akron in 1933.
At this time Cecil Field could boast only two hangars, one 2,000-foot
diameter circular landing mat, and a small; number of living, administrative
and maintenance buildings; however, as the United
States became more deeply embroiled in the war, Cecil Field' expanded -
to keep pace with the expanding Naval flight training
program. Tangential extensions to the landing matformed four 5,000-
foot runways to meet the needs of training pilots in combat flight
operations, and the support facilities were enlarged accordingly.Like .
t a t r all other military installations of the time, Naval Auxiliary Air

$ I k Station, Cecil Field operated at full capacity during the war years, but
qQ 1 ,, i L1J:1 when the war ended Cecil Field went into a partial maintenance
stat uS.Its days as an operational station seemingly numbered.In .
5 November, 1948, Cecil Field was rejuvenated as an operatingbase
for fleet aircraft units and proved to be the locale that brought the
Jacksonville area into the "jet age."
In January, 1949, Carrier Air Group 17 reported to Cecil Field with
the first jet squadron ever to be based here. One month later, Carrier
Air Group One and Fleet Aircraft Service Squadron Nine reported,
and Cecil Field became fully operational again, with fleet units con
: ways.ducting gunnery, bombing, and rocket training flights from its run

The outbreak of hostilities in Korea in mid-1950 put Cecil Field back
into business to stay, and its growth was given further impetus when
the station was selected l for development as a master jet base under a
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plan proposed in 1949 by Captain R.W.D. Woods.
i I "TODAY'S MISSION WILL B'E'..." Student pilots are briefed by a Cecil Field instructor back ,; I The Woods Plan called for the establishment of a small number of
.... naval air stations designed specifically for the operation of jet air
AIP :t LF " is".tIeM bases to draw on them for logistic support jet aircraft. These stations
had to be near enough to the Navy's seaport bases to,draw on them for
logistic support yet far enough from main population areas to serve as
a base for further expansion of facilities to keep pace with the ad-
vancing technology of the jet age.
$ t Cecil Field was one of only four bases selected for such develop
ment, and it was thus that the long-time auxiliary field served as the
foundation on which could be built a major base capable of serving the
Navy's newest and biggest jet aircraft.
Early in 1951, the land area of Cecil Field was increased to 4,600
acres, and by July of that year a multimillion-dollar construction
program was under way to fit the field for its new role. Four'new, I r,
8,000-foot runways, laid out in right-angled pairs, began to take form,
and new buildings to serve a growing population began to rise. !
One year later, on June 30, 1952, the auxiliary field became a full- .
fledged naval air station, Naval Air Station, Cecil Field, and the ;
Jacksonville area had the South's first master jet base. !
11 The commissioning of the new air station, though, was only a formality J
: that added impetus to its growth. An immense building J
program, already underway in 1952, has continued to the present day,
and today Cecil Field Naval Air Station boasts one of the biggest and
most modern'plants of its kind in the Navy. ::
Naval AIr Station, Cecil Field is in fact a small city that is a valuable g j
part of Jacksonville's industrial complex.Now occupying 19,664 acres, .J.
including its own outlying field, near Whitehouse, Florida, the station
boasts an annual payroll of about 22 million dollars for its 6,000 I
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million dollars to the American taxpayer.

Cecil Field's runways, including a 12,500-foot strip, handle a year-
CAN'T BEAT THOSE PRICES-Cecil Field sailors hit the cafeteria chow line in 1944. Notice the round average of more than 16,000 takeoffs and landings per month in
I price list. an operational and training flight schedule that functions around the
clock. So well designed and constructed are Cecil's runways that in
':"" ", i : 1973 NASA announced that NAS Cecil Field was one of three bases
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io'f": A giant, million-dollar jet engine repair shop provides complete
::, repair facilities for the aircraft based here; a flight physiological
training center keeps pilots "sharp" against the physical demands of ..
J : flying today's high performance aircraft; complete administrative
; : and logistics facilities assure that fuel, ammunition and provisionswill
.ff' be available when they are needed and in the necessary quantities -
..' 't'o ; ample recreational, medical and subsistence facilities providefor

.' l...:. the more than 5,000 military personnel who are homeported at the
base.
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,'t depot. Covering over 8,600 acres of land, Weapons has the job of I
procurement, storage, maintenance and issuance of all types of !
weapons used by the Navy attack carriers. Included in this depart ,
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V II IIry : Naval Air Station, Cecil Field was, until recently, the U.S. Atlantic
+ Fleet's only light attack aircraft base; however, 1973 brought with it a
change to the base loading concept, which now includes the support of
the Atlantic Fleet's carrier based, fixed wing, antisubmarine warfare
aircraft and mission. It is the home of Commander, Fleet Air Detach-
wn .r ment, Cecil Field; Commander Lght Attack Wing One; CommanderAir
Antisubmarine Warfare Wing One; two carrier air wings; twelve
attack squadrons; five ASW squadrons; and three training squadrons
tasked with training both pilot and enlisted support personnel.
Far enough from populous areas that residents are not unduly an-
,.' noyed by jet noise, clear of commercial air traffic lanes, and
possessed of all-year flying weather free of icing conditions that
r. l A BIT DIFFERENT BACK THEN-ln 1952, NAS Cecil Field opened a new tower, plague other areas, Naval Air Station, Cecil Field takes great pride in
'.t, being a living and growing member of the "Bold, New City of the
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LETTER TO THE EDITORTo

arriving this monthJax


the Editor: Electronics Technician. My request. After completing the

I'm writing this not so much as recruiter informed me I had to school I finally felt I was ready to
The newly-enacted 5.52 pay raise for both a rebuttal to Mrs. Curtin's letterof enlist immediately to hold my do, and would get a chance to do,
military personnel and Federal employees will be in this a few weeks back, "Screwed guaranteed seat in Avionics "A" the job I joined the Navy for in

months' paychecks. Again", but to perhaps give her School. I did. the first place. But alas, the very

According to the Navy Finance Office here, military some insight as to how and why Upon completion of boot camp, day I returned to the shop I was

personnel will see the increase in their Oct. 15 checks some people come to be generally I proceeded to Memphis and was assigned to Corrosion Control for
and list all
disgusted just their assigned to two weeks mess three months.
and Federal will receive theirs Oct. 31.
employees grievances under the general cooking to be followed by 6 to 8
For Federal employees, the pay raise becomes effective heading of "screwed again". weeks of barracks support duty.So I have recently completed the

with the first pay period beginning after Oct. 1. I joined the Navy with am- much for my "guaranteedseat" three months in Corrosion

That pay period begins Sunday. bitions of becoming a qualified Control. But, to tell you the truth,
I've lost about all the ambition I

I finally completed the 20 week had when I first enlisted.I .
school and was given orders to

HS-1 FRAMP for 13 weeks personally haven't come to
DIVINE training and then I was to be believe that I have been
Front Photo
Page permanently stationed with HS-1. "screwed again" because I've
SERVICESNAVAL While in FRAMP I attended realized that incompetent

courses concerning ground scheduling seems to be the rule
By PH3 Jim JohnstonJAX STATIONPROTESTANT support equipment, corrosion rather than the exception, as I've

control, communication- seen in many cases. I've men-

Sunday navigation, electrical systems, tioned this to several of my
Divine Worship at 8:30: plane captain school and also supervisors along the way and
a.m. at All Saints Chapel. several weeks of on the job even had the audacity to put it in
Church School 9:30: a.m. training. Not in that particular writing while I was at FRAMP.But .
lir4t :t'::'a 1Wkm: tinMff@IT::a Mi&Wi;; iW mt.tt; ::!iy at Divine All Saints Worship Chapel.11 a.m. order. But I do recall that I had I've always received the

t:: "M Junior Youth Fellowship some OJT in the electronics shop same answer: "Well, it happensto
i 12:30: p,m. Senior Youth BEFORE I attended any classes everybody." But, I ask, "Does
Fellowship 1:30 p.m. concerning helo electronic I don't
I NEWS I that make it right?
AIR Evening Worship 7:30:
p,m. at the Small Chapel. equipment and that the final believe so.
.. : class I attended was system
::: .
: ':::i' familiarization It to that a little bit of
I Tuesday of the helo. It seems me
:1' It Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 doesn't appear to me that any foresight in the scheduling of
1
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper distributed # p.m. at Bldg 750 and foresight was used in one's training would be greatly
ti: each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, f.J..i Christian Science Service 8 schedulingme to
by the Holt Publishing Company,a private firm. All Copy submitted, 1 p.m. at the Small Chapel. while I was at FRAMP. beneficial to his or her quest of
@ for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public t.i attain a professional level
:r Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Mondays :a: NAVAL HOSPITAL I reported to my squadron and, performance.I've .
before publication News items are welcomed from all sources.! Divine Worship 9:30 a.m. after 28 previous weeks of some
M Telephone 772-3118 or 3119. r: at St. Lukes type of
training, was immediately written this with the hope
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Wr
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, iW NATTC assigned to three that it will be read, and taken as
.:r. creed.color national origin or sex of the purchaser, user,or patron.A i Protestant Worship months on 1st Street. By the time constructive criticism, by
confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal op. n Service, 10:30: am In I completed that and reported to who do something
portunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print advertising #W i' Building 500. the Avionics Shop we were in the about someone the seemingly can general poor
"
from that source. tm
CATHOLICSaturday midst of the
move down here. It
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries con.cerning t scheduling concerning new
Mass 5 p.m. at was almost two months'before
such should be directed to: we .
personnel.And
St. Edward's Chapel.
resumed
I. our regular flight
IIAf Sunday Mass Bam. and 11
t '1. THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY .i; a.m. Daily Mass.Monday, schedule.
y;'! 4565 Shirley Ave., Jacksonville, Fla 32210 IA"ILIAI Tuesday, Thursday and Mrs. Curtin, I hope you
Telephone 387 3566 Friday 11 30 a.m. Wed Upon arrival here I was might now realize how and why
g.MIMII nesday Mass 11 30 a.m at assigned to become
night check. After someone might
f'
the Naval
Saturday Confessions Hospital Chapel.4:30: just a few nights I came to realize somewhat disallusioned and fallInto
I VOL. 32 NO. 30 OCTOBER 10, 1974 .;- to 5 p.m. that It would be beneficial to me the rut of thinking everytime
if I could reattend the doesn't go as it
; :; course on something
.. ... ........;I.... communication-navigation I had seemingly should, that I've been
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t.m # f : : :::):{;r' :
mmDJfi illn1J : :
. ... gone through at FRAMP. I asked "screwed again".
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reattend and was granted my AT3 BarberaiAX'AtR


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OCTOBER. ; 1974 JAX AIR NEWS. IRWINGER. : AG!: 79I


I I Navy Sabbath to be celebrated Sunday I

Sunday's Navy Sabbath, will afford those who
worship in our Station Chapels the opportunity to hear
and meet two nationally prominent leaders in the fieldsof
religion and education.
Bishop Paul Francis Tanner, prelate of the Diocese of
Saint Augustine, will be principal concelebrant at the 11 _
a.m. Mass and Dr. Robert H. Spiro, president of : _
'
Jacksonville Protestant Service.University will speak at the 11 a.m. I r ri

Bishop Tanner is one of the best known prelates in the _
United States.As General Secretary of the United States
Catholic Conference for some 10 years, he has been
responsible for executing national Catholic policy as
determined by the body of Bishops. Bishop Tanner has
also served as Director of the Youth Department of the
National Catholic Welfare Conference.Dr. .
Spiro, son of a Baptist minister, is an active
Christian layman. In addition to his impressive accomplishments -
in the fields of education and history, he
studied as a Danforth Fellow at Union Theological
Seminary and has had articles published in ChristianLife
and the Southern Baptist Encyclopedia. An,active
Naval Reservist, Dr. Spiro holds the rank of Rear Ad-
miral in the Supply Corps.
Following Sunday's worship services both Protestantand f
Roman Catholic congregations will join in
fellowship at the Navy Birthday Brunch at the Enlisted
Dining Facility.In .
addition to the Navy Sabbath guest participants in
Naval Air Station Chapels, Navy Chaplains will be
in the local at '-<
preaching community morning worship
services at Hyde Park Baptist Church and Trinity RADM. ROBERT H. SPIRO BISHOP PAUL F. TANNER I
Lutheran Church and a talk and slide presentation on
the chaplaincy will be given at First Church of Christ, I
199 YEAR SALUTEto
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20 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER


I NARF marking Navy Dav with glimpse- of the past I

By Doris Card

NARFPAOJax
NARF will observe the Navy's 199th Birthday with a photo

display of its own local history.
Many employees have dug into their trunks to supplement photos
found in NARF'S historical files for a nostalgic view of "NARF
Through the Years."
Old newspaper clippings depict the NAS site in 1917 as Camp
Joseph E. Johnson, home of the Army's quartermaster training
p ogram After World War I,the Army post became Camp. J. CliffordR.
Foster,a rifle range for the Florida National Guard.
Only in 1939,when the Guard moved to Camp Blanding,did the Navy
acquire the land on which the present sprawling NAS complex was
built,heralding the beginning of naval operational and repair facilities
here.
u. NARF's history is linked to NAS as the station's Assembly and
Repair Department,which in 1941 consisted of two desks, two chairs
and a wall calendar. Staffed by one naval officer and a clerk, A&R
then began its search for aircraft tradesmen to form the nucleus of a
workforce to aircraft crippled on World War II battlefields.
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PWOC to meet./ Monday ipL-- .


Jax-The monthly meeting of the Protestant Women of unto .aroeonar
the Chapel (PWOC) will be held on Monday, Oct. 14, at +v
9:30: a.m. in the Chapel Choir Room. 4
Many interesting and refreshing thoughts unfold to the -.----
group as they continue to discuss Women of the Bible. AN AMBITIOUS NAS FLOAT in downtown
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Surplus auction 'setJax


A government surplus property auction will be
held here Oct. 16.

Bidder registration will begin at 7:30: a.m. with the
sale beginning at 9 a.m. at the Property Disposal. Officein t a sg
Bldg. 174. ? + d@
The general public is invited to attend.
Included in the sale are: steel doors, kitchen stools,
lube oil, exhaust fans, compressed cylinders, hydraulic
cooling units, hydraulic jacks, canvas covers, student
chairs, office desks, ( compressors, electric motors,
refrigeration unit, gasoline engines, automotive components .
diesel engines, fuel tanks, hospital beds, steam ." k;' td
cleaner, generator, office machines,photographic supplies i a1'.J -. MF

field equipment, air conditioners and P. y 'a ar'
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miscellaneous military clothing.
Items offered for sale may be inspected Monday \. ; : n 5 b Ps t
'
through Friday from 7:30: a.m. to 3 p.m. F, '
:
For additional information, call Mr. M.R. Hodges at Id: :: : cA
772-3411 or visit the facility during inspection hours. ;
'.

NAS Garden Circle begins. '>:?


19th year at NAS JaxJax

The NAS Garden Circle will start its 19th year
Friday,.Oct. 18,with a 9:30: a.m. meeting at the NAS Jax
Officers Club.
Mrs. Thomas J. Cummings will be the hostess. "EAGLE"OF THE MONTH-AOAN Steven Buckner is congratulated by Cdr. L.L. Maloy,VP-16
skipper,for being named the squadron's Sailor of the Month.Airman Buckner is an ordnanceman on
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Jax-With Halloween just around the corner, one of our anonymous
contributors has offered two recipes guaranteed to satisfy all the
ghosts and goblins who venture out in search of goodies.
7 Layer Cookies
1 stick melted butter

1 cup graham cracker crumbs .
1 cup shredded cocoanut
16 oz. package chocolate chips "
16 oz. package buttercotch chips
1 can condensed milk y
three quarter cup broken pecans I

Put all in 9x13 pan-one by one in order listed.Bake at 325 degrees.. for L
25-30 minutes. Cool and cut in squares. :
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Boiled Cookies 'tf.:1; mr !
2 cups sugar
1 stick butter or oleo
4 this cocoa
% cup milk
2 cups quick oats
Vz cup peanut butter
1 tbls. vanilla
t
Bring sugar, butter.cocoavanilla and milk to a rolling boil and let '
cook two minutes.Remove from beat and mix oats and peanut butterto A
mixture and blend well. D rap on wax paper by teaspoonful. Let ;L_ b
cool.



"WELL DONE" FROM SKYLAB CREW-VW-4 has been commended by the Director of the
L Jax 86 HighlightsBy Pasedena Naval Research Branch Office for their contribution to a special Skylab Four project.
Participating officers shown with autographed pictures from the Skylab crew areLR): LCdr. J.T.
Byrom, Aircraft Commander, and CWOs R.G. Atchinson and P.W. Bennett, Flight Meteorologists.The .
Judy Becker project confirmed the existence of large-scale,turbulent,cold water eddies in a tropical current,
Jax-The October business meeting of NWCA Jax 86 was presidedover
contributing to an overall assessment of global ocean-atmosphere interaction theory.
by vice-president Mrs. Leslie Becker in the absence of the

president.Correspondence was read from the national and regional presidentsand Old saying comes true at VP24By

chairmen gave their monthly reports.A .
donation was made to the Duval Chapter of the American Cancer
r Society for their annual benefit show. Ltjg( ) F.C.Stark tification cards. was holding, because he
dub members are working on several projects, including Jax-VP-24 has provedthe The "Batman" aircraft had a copy of his leave
\ Thanksgiving baskets for the elderly,an NWCA Jax 86 cookbook anda truth of an old Navy taxied, lifted off and papers in the billfold.
Christmas Bazaar to be held Dec. 5. Mrs. John Morton will be in
saying.. inventoried
Carrera was, for a short The money was
charge of the annual Thanksgiving Dinner Dance, scheduled for Nov.
A few weeks ago a young time, a happy young and a "plan"

16.The club also sponsors a Game Night which is open to the public at sailor from the USS sailor. Plenty of leave, formulated to ease

the clubhouse every Thursday night at 7 p.m. Saratoga caught a "hop" plenty of money, and a hop Carrera's worries and
The next Jax 86 meeting will be Oct. 23 at 716 Enterprise St. For with a VP-24 aircraft home. return his money.
Information, call 771-0305 or 7812304. bound for Alameda
Suddenly his world Autovon came into play.A .

CHAIRS & the California. came apart. His billfoldwas call was placed to

J TABLES + good DPSN Jesus P. Carrerawas missing. His money Alameda and after

neighbor. beginning 30 days of and hopes for an enjoyableleave receiving permission from
4743 Blanding leave with a billfold
"Batman"Duty
were gone.Meanwhile Carrera the
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t-, : .., ---- ID bulging with over $500 in back at NAS Officer sent a
J cash and all his iden- Jax, the billfold was found Western Union "money

by Senior Chief Petty gram" for the $500. The

Officer Olson of the billfold was mailed the

"Batmen" and brought to next day.

/oa the squadron Duty Officer. The young sailor's world

The billfold's contents was bright again; and the

were examined for slogan "The Navy is More

Ifr/tfote ownership and possibly an Than Ships At Sea" was

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.AIRWINGER
NEWS
JAX AIR
PAGE 24 .
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I PI
Jax-It is an American practiceto
W. dedicate each of the 52 weeksof
the year to some special causeor
I event.

I Some of the weeks are set aside
: A POOL for frivolous events,while others
NOBODY BUILDS I are set aside for worthwhile and
1 serious causes that call for
special recognition. So,it is with
FOR LESS UNLESS IT'S A LOT LESS I the week of October 6-12, which
: has been designated as National
Employ the Handicapped Week.

wt It is with pride that we can
i POOL point to the fact that some of the
most outstanding employees here
are handicapped. In fact, the
Naval Air Station employs a total
of 77 handicapped employees.The .

k f [I NOW IS THE TIME I disabilities run

anywhere from hearing loss to
..i4r'V' I deformed upper and lower ex-
tremities. Most of these employees
ro j t,lit** ** I in the
TO HAVE YOUR are employed same
I position as non-handicapped
employees. The handicaps that
POOL BUILT these employees have has not
detered them from being among
JOHN KEENE AT LOW OFF the most productive employees of
work force.
2707 ADMIRALS WALK DR. E. our
SEASONPRICES
ORANGE PARK, RA This fact is better appreciatedwhen
-. it is recognized that our
fellow co-workers who are
w 44 handicapped hold varied
{ with positions ranging in grades from
,!.* *I : :* A GS-2 to GS-13. In the blue collar
area they hold jobs that run from
BANK.FINANCING the helper through the journeyman
level.
15 i 36 POOLSTAINLESS

STEEL UP TO All of this has not come about
'I FILTER SYSTEM because of a recent change but
I CLEANING ACCESSORIES because the Naval Air Station has
7YEARS
3 FT Of WAIX WITH taken the lead in assuring equal
KOOLDECX.AUTOMATIC opportunity for all persons
SKIER 10 YEAR and, in doing so, judges a per-
EQUIPMENT GUARANTEE son's ability and performanceand
ERNEST URNS 2392 RO OR W. JACKSONVILLE, RA. not his disability. Our han
dicapped employees have more
STEEL REINFORCED than lived up to their standards.

GUNITE CONSTRUCTION Aiming to attract and maintaintop
talent, NAS has made a
special effort to assure that the
,,/\
.< f. talents of the handicapped are
not overlooked and in pursuingthis
10 YEAR aim has made a special effortto
employ handicapped In-
dividuals. This has been ac-
complished by using a special
EQUIPMENT GUARANTEELIFETIME
hiring authority granted by the
??n i* Just
"" Civil Service Commission.
\k
recently four handicapped ap
plicants were hired under. this
authority.

STRUCTURAL


GUARANTEE

GENE MC KENZlE

8180 MONTASONTA AVE.JACKSONVILLE,fU if yourent


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your clothes furniture and
other personal belongings witha
low-cost State Farm Tenant
Homeowners Policy. Let me
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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE--25


I The Sweetheart of HS-1 FRAMP I

.,
By Lt.C.A.Curtin .
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Can:you pick the HS-1 FRAMP,Sweetheart out of the photo? -7T, : t ;, <<:Od, .:::4;' .i;':ri; 'f .;;
In haven't it's ,:
case you guessed, that VH-3 helicopter. "
No, the "VII" doesn't stand for "fixed-wing helo." VH-3A number ", ,
150612 was built by Sikorsky as a V.I.P. aircraft with a mission to "'
transport the President, high-ranking government officials, and
visiting foreign dignitaries on official business. Before becoming
FRAMP's sweetheart, 612 was trusted with many important people
from all over the world.

Her operational life suddenly came to an end when her pilot was Aii
forced to make an emergency landing at sea, somewhere south of VII, '
Miami. She was declared "of no further use" to the Navy and ship >d
to the NAS JAX Salvage Yard,battered and corroded from the effects
of the salty seas and the salvage operation. The future looked grim
indeed for old 612.

FRAMP Chief Petty Officers Rempert and r Sadler, on a dubious ii
1r
mission through the Salvage Yard,spotted the old tramp one day anda as .
knowing and crafty gleam come into their eyes. In spite of her I 1
damaged condition,they loved her at first sight.
The Chiefs' project was to provide an aircraft so replacement
technicians on their way to fleet If-3 squadrons could practice the on-
the-job training of the FRAMP syllabus. Only through the cooperationof
the Salvage Yard and Public Works' heavy equipment was this 7.Su 5 y. LI
project possible. (Our sweetheart is lovable, but she weighs several

tons!) ; ,.7r i, w bwa a.y ;a 0?
Once in her new home,spare salvage parts and supplies were sought ".fJM y ;a ,Rr7'S
and "donated." The project first involved making a cradle, for thehelo's I
___ __ ___ __. n'
base,then repairing the many heavily-damaged areas. Project
612 is now in full swing and will take many months for the FRAMP AFTER MUCH WORK, Old VH-3 612 Is looking much better-A marked contrast after her plunge
students to complete. Working carefully on her wounds, the students into the ocean.
think perhaps 612 made that unscheduled stop on the sea to give Davy
Jones a VIP ride before coming to HS-1,
Next time'you're in the vicinity of the Country Store, notice her
sitting in the parking lot at Building 414. Give her a wink and a wave
the old girl isn't just growing older,she's getting better! MOW OPl N."TRi( CITY


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74 VW BEETLE in Palatka Fla. FACTS Belted Construction
Wide "78"Profile
1-and 9-rib Tread Design 7
With: New Car Tire 3 47 Whitewall
AM RADIO '9-Rib in Sixes H-78 and Above.Smaller 3.27
UNDERCOATING $26 95 Sites in 7-Ri'b. FEY L.78.15INSTANT
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TUNNEL CONSOLE ANY MAJOR DEPARTMENT -
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PAGE 26 JAX AIR -
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; NAS Commissary Store


i changes pricing policyJaxThe '

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Commissary Store will no longer change the price of ,. ..> '

merchandise displayed on the salesfloor when a price increase takes ,, ,,. ; .<,',.

place.According to N.P. Jensen, Commissary Store OinC, this mer- I : : : "

chandise will be sold at the price established when the products were .
originally placed on the shelves.

However,if a price reduction takes place,stock on the salesfloor will '
be remarked to the lower price.
aV
The repricing policy has been revised in order to give the customerthe '4

full benefit of the lower price for as long as possible, according to ;M""}<"';',,, Vr
RAdm. J.G. Schoggen, Commanding Officer of the Navy Resale .'"':'i.,.,,,-' ,
'. :;
System Office.Commissary.
Store personnel performing restocking functions have
y been instructed to place higher priced incoming stocks to the rear of
a the shelves and move existing merchandise with the lower prices to
I, the front of the display until it is sold out.
I This new pricing policy is prominently posted in the Commissary ry t
Store in order for patrons to be fully cognizant of the policy change. :.. ....


Retired 0'Wives meetingJaxThe r

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KEEPING THE KIDS HAPPY-Mrs. Gayle Arrinson ((2nd from Right) thought the children at the
Retired Officers Wives Club will meet
Medical Center Family Practice Clinic needed something to brighten up their corner, so she did
Friday Oct. 18, at noon in the Candlelight Restaurantfor something about it. She painted the mural in the background. Looking on with approval are Mrs.

their first Fall luncheon. Arrinson's daughter, Susie; Dr. Charles M. Belisle;and Capt.Joseph Horgan, NRMC skipper.

All retired officers' wives are welcome.

Reservations should be made by Oct. 16 by calling Rae Courtesy helps..Everybody

Gillespy at 264-9710, Billie Sherin at 724-3514 or Margit

Martin at 264.5308 Jax-'Tve been waiting for customer would be most ap mountains of stock must be
over ten years for you to come in. preciated. constantly replenishedand
Surely YOU can wait a few Understanding other people's thousands of answers will be
minutes for me to get to you." problems helps everybody given to as many patrons. Lines
Comic signs with similar will form at dressing rooms,
creates an
because it invariably
i messages are not new and have cashier cages and checkout
I ii TIIE B in commercial atmosphere of courtesy-an at registers. However,
i appeared shops mosphere essential in a crowded your Navy
} around the globe. The signs environment.The Exchange will do its best to cope
: anticipate the impatient shopping with the situation at the customer
IIOWSIMWIICOMIO customer and the point the owner Navy Exchange isn't contact points and behind the

Nautical Accessories Gifts hopes to make is that a little exempt from this ordeal. scenes and continue to provide
I { understanding on the part of the During the holiday season, quality service.
7 BOATS, MOTORS, CANOES The holiday season (which

. :. <-c.: )-'J Trojan Thunderbird, Slick raft f3 BEAT INFLATION carries a message of goodwill)
1. 1\1I"uOI calls for courtesy on both sides of
\ Starcraft, Grumman VOUR MONEY&CAN '
\t C. !EARN; the counter and between fellow
P p \N .. customers. Courtesy is con-
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F. % 1 5 promotes
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2 Pier 66 Franchised Marina RECORDED FIRST
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I Fire Prevention Week. :. October 6-12
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........ Jax The NAS Fire Department consists of 82 people assigned to the
,) ", .'". ."'" '>.,..'' -
f',.f : : > 1'i1TTm1: ; : !..<,f' "1>; .. .'; .'fI' 'w,."',":1.. Air Operations Department; the primary functions being protection,
,, m.' f.' v: ""1" f'" prevention, and rescue.
< ? ':' .:\ 1; J To accomplish this mission, the Fire Department is organized in
,',.'Ie ,'"';'.>;. ,<(;#: three Structural Fire Stations; two Crash Stations, a Rescue Unit
.. : t> comprised of a Rescue Vehicle and Rescue Boat, and a Fire
Prevention Division.
aI The Structural Fire Department has responded to 387 alarms in 1973
and 329 in 1974.The fire loss in 1973 was$53,939 and In 1974 was$42,782.
Two firemen were injured each year.
Crash has responded to 472 alerts in 1973 and 541 in 1974.
The Rescue Boat has been operating since May 1974 and has
responded to 19 rescue alerts,saving 10 lives from the river.The boat
has operated 68 hours training Air Sea Rescue people in conjunctionwith
Helo Squadrons.
Fire Prevention Division has inspected 5,141 buildings, discovering
3,369 hazards and correcting same; conducted 153 classes in Fire
Prevention and use of first aid fire appliances with 5,031 people at-
Vbw tending.
I III 1
There was no loss of life at NAS due to fire.
Onefirefighterwas retired at age 32 due to lung and heart damage
recived fighting an arson fire.

: Top 12 Fire HazardsHere

.
are the causes and how you can WIPE OUT most fire dangerson
..... ., your job.
1. TRASH Remove rubbish and waste materials. They invite and
: f<.:;t tI" help spread fire.
; ; 2. FLAMMABLE LIQUID (WASTE) Clean up spills, Keep oil-
,
.
w : ,r soaked cloths in a covered, metal container. -

.I'i-fi8n.._,". ;.<,.:_._...j.,1",'' .,. 3. FLAMMABLE LIQUID (IN USE) .Use in small quantities.Keep
: '
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"ri (' '2;;.t'l* liquids in approved safety cans.No smoking.Ventilate area.
"
\ 'iI 4. DUST, SHAVINGS, CHIPS Dispose of work scrap. Keep all
I combustibles away from machinery and motors.
5. "NO SMOKING" SIGNS They guard a fire danger and YOU. '

413BIaSin: 7713300LET'S CLEAN Obey 6.trash SMOKING them cans.always.AND MATCHES Dispose of them in butt cans-neverin

Phone
I : 7. WIRING Protect cord insulation from damage. Don't overload
)111 UP AMERICA cords or circuits.
8. ELECTRICAL REPAIR Remove damaged equipment from
service. Don't attempt makeshift repairs.
9. MACHINERY FRICTION Overheating bearings, motors, and
------------ slipping belts can ignite nearby dust, combustibles.
New Looks/New/ Sounds! New Girls! rI 10. WELDING-CUTTING Get permit. Protect nearby exposures.
WHAT'S NEW? EVERYTHING'S NEW!! I I I PHONE 3S3SI I I Guard area during work.Inspect for any smoldering after the job.
I I 11. STORAGE Aisles,fire doors,exists must never be blocked.
I I'I 12. FIRE EXTINGUISHERS Know how they opearate.Keep them
I -:::. f] 1 clear always. Recharge after any use.
t I I HELP US WIPE OUT THESE TOP TWELVE FIRE HAZARDS.
I 1249.ItSi'KingSt I PREVENTING FIRE ON TilE JOB IS LARGELY IN YOUR HANDS.
I JdCKsonvi'le: Florida 35204 I
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9900 BLANDING BLVD. ((904))264.1617 ORANGE PARK, FLA.32073 MANDARIN ROAD
Open Friday tll7 Saturday&Sunday 12 til 6 Other Times by Appointment PHONE 268-6623
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",'ould' be mailed to arrive not later than Tuesday for PUblication the
following
arrlving too late for this deadline will be oublishecJ the fOllowing Thursday Ads
week unless
the
Publsher; Is in.
structed otherwise. A check or order
money for he cost 01 the ad must be received WITH the copy. 1 -

RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines) ...$2.50 Per additional
line ((4 words per line) ...60c
Mall to: HOLT PU BLISH I NG CO.,4565 SHI RLEY AVE., JACKSONVILLE 32210 Sunday, Oct. 13 Wednesday, Oct. 16

'. "THE THREE MUSKE- TO BE ANNOUNCED

FOSHEEREALTY 3BEDROOMS,1>/,BATH TEERS" Comedy Adventure, Thursday, Oct. 17

[ EMPLOYMENT. j too Immediate cash for your equity, none 2 yr. old, brick home, Rayborn St. off Starring Michael York and "ARNOLD" Horror Comedy,

388-1SC1 large or too small. Ricker Rd., Ig. fncd. lot, $22,500. 772- Raquel Welch. "PG" ((107 min.) Starring Stella Stevens and
LOOKING FOR THE SECURITYA Broker 7243.
Roddy McDowell. "PG" ((95
second Income can provide? The
path to security Is only a declsion-and 6767TINKERBELLLANEGood MANDARIN AREA min.)
Monday,Oct. l'vWATERMELON
a phone callaway.We train you. VA FHA Buy $17,000. 3BR. CB, New brick home by Builder, 3BR., Friday,Oct. 18uJORY"
Phone or write your local Amway fncd. yd., very clean, by appt. only. 2BA., LR formal DR, FR w-fireplace, MAN"Comedy Western, Starring
Distributor. Paul C. Glass 1405 Palm Call Paul Davis, Ass. 771-2189 Redwood deck, Ig. tree shaded lot. Starring Godfrey John Marley and B.J. Thomas.uPG" .
Ave. Jax., Fla. 3995622.JANITORIALJOB. PAGE ASPINWALL, REALTOR Good financing, 12628 Longvlew Dr. E. Cambridge and Estelle Parsons.
$52,500. ((97 min.)
M.L.S. 725.3552 or 744.9446.
35S-9094. "R" ((100 min.)
Saturday, Oct. 19

Part & Full time, days 8AM-4PM. ORTEGA HILLS GOOD NEIGHBORHOOD KIDDIE MATINEE AT 2 p.m.

Nights 430PM10PM.: 5 days a week 3BR., sep. DR, 12'X20' Den, carport, 3BR., sep. DR, Ig. LR, refrlg. w-ice Tuesday,Oct.15 Selected Short Stories"BUTTERFLIES
paid holiROYALApply hanger 101 W. workshop, patio, lot 90'X155'. $27,500 maker, dbl!, oven-stove, fncd. yd., VA "THE CONVERSATION"Drama ARE
or FHA. $24,500.JACK .
call main office 355-2741. RAYMCKELVEY.RLTY.BROKER FOREHAND,CORP Starring Gene Hackmanand FREE" Comedy, Starring Goldie
or 384:4944 REALTOR-M.L.S. 771-8866 Allen Garfield. "PG" ((114 Hawn and Edward Albert. "PG"

MAINTENANCE WORK FIVE BEDROOMS +DEN min.) ((109 min.)

Room for advancement to manager Home w-l'/jBA., range, refrlg., L RENTALS .{ ..
position. Contact Louise McMullen. drapes, Cent heat, refinished hardwood .
Phone 244-7821. firs., W&D Conn., quick oc 2TRAILERSOne
2BR., wall to wall
VA carpet Cent.
cupancy. or FHA Terms. $25,200.
ALOHA JACK FOREHAND,CORP AC, & one 3BR., AC, I'/iBA. Pref IN THE DAYTONA BEACHES AREA
R EALTO R service personnel singles or couples.For .
Needed musicians to form new -M.L.S. 771.8866
Info. Call after 6PM. 7717384.
Hawaiian group & 1 girl to dance, will FAMILY INNS OF AMERICAIN

teach, must be Oriental Call Doris at MEADOWBROOKClean I MOBILE HOMES :::,:#: (
AM 641-1854 PM. ORMOND BEACH
396.2431 or 3BR. Home, WW carpet, AC,

range, refrig., xtra Ig lot, fncd. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK
I L M ISCELLANEOUS I $17,500. VA Call now. 1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS, clean modern $ 74
BARGAINS JACK FOREHAND,CORP trailer and acts. 389-3007 12
REAL TOR.M.L.S. 771-8866
New Mediterranean style headboard WEBUYANDSELLGOODUSEDMOBILE (TOTAL COST)' PER ROOM
w-flrm mattress & box
& frame NAVY SPECIAL HOMES

springs. $125. Lg. student desk $25.00. 3BR. home, between bases, ready to Phone 388.4619 2 Double Beds per Room !
One Pool table w- cue sticks & balls
move Into, range, refrlg. & windowAC
$25., new wooden drafting table $30., untl. Bk yd. fncd., nothing down. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE COLOR TV, BATH & SHOWER
19" DuMont Color T.V. Beautiful VA. $17,000. Special discounts to Military & Civil
Wooden Cabinet. $100., 7868023. JACK FOREHANDCORP. Service. SWIMMING POOLS, REC & GAME ROOMFor

REAL TOR.M.L.S. 7718866BEINGTRANSFERRED B & J MOBILE HOMES Reservations or more info call COLLECT
3738 Phillips Hwy.
BICYCLELike See Bill Vernon CPO USN Retired or ((904)) 672-7341
new, Schwinn varsity mens 10 ?
.
Paula Sanchez, 398.8926.rTRANsP0RTATI0N
speed, canary yellow, escellent Looking for a house? See me before
condltion! $80. 75M108 between 12- you buy or sell. Free appraisal. Call
9PM. 7 days-week. Assoc. Clyde Dempsay, Ret. f

HEAVENER REALTY CO.
E2's& UP, NO CASH NEEDED
$200 EQUITY 387.1127 781-4627
Financing arranged, for low mo. 4rA&dviI4 yAh4
Assume bank A
payments $44.84 or
pymts. Good dependable used cars, a
Lowrey Organ. Loaded with extras. SELLING YOUR HOME? good selection, 388.6422.NOMONEYNEEDED.
282.5830. Immediate cash for your equity. Sold
your home? Need help in financingthen Big Chief Say:

LIVE CRABS we can also assist you Or If you 1970 Valiant Duster,6cyl., AT, $895. or
Wilford's Fish Camp are leaving Jax. and want to keep low mo. pymts. 388.6422. 4' U Don't have to
264.9707 your home let us manage it for you. 44
Call Irene Manassa. I TOTE 'EM Big
BRICK 1972LINCOLN4DR.SED.Loaded .

AUTO AIR COND. SERVICE 4BR., 2 bath home, central heat 8. air, in outstanding cond., $3,995. Chief puts
Also home Central units & windowAC bit in range, 2 patios. Fenced. Nice Cmdr. Jackson 772-7741 or 7721364. !
Tyler's 4711 Palmer, 3SS-SU1. area NO WAITING-VACANT 29800. 'em on FREE
NO DOWN PAYMENT.VA3BR. NO CASH NEEDED

., 2 bath beautiful condition 1969 Ford, Red Conv., 2DR., runs
. THREEBEARSNURSERY thruout. WW carpet bit In range eat In good$895. or low mo. pymts. 3886422. t

I Night & Day kitchen fenced rear yard 24500. .

Licensed, all hours, 6952 Goldilocks COMPLETELY FENCED 1972 CONCORD REPUBLIC .: ; ; //

Lane, 781-0812 or 7865193.RESTAURANT Venetla Terrace-Neat 3BR., family in 12'X65',3BR.front kit.,CH&A : :: ; :.
room masonry. VACANT move
2647392NOMONEYNEEDED
EQUIPMENTMust while qualifying only $18,500. VA NO Heavy Duty ,( ':.} i..
DOWN PAYMENT. 'l'
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sell going out of business, all HOME
MOBILE
reasonable, good buy, like new cond., 3BR.DOUBLE, 2 bath WIDE, central heat & air 1969 Dodge Coronet, 318, 2DR., HT, 4-Ply I t ; /. \
full lay-out for Sandwich or Short 100X125 CORNER LOT PLUS extra $795. or low mo. pymts. 3886422. ) '.,

order restaurant 246.6336 or 2468383. 100X300 lot for garden, TOTAL Polyester r. (,, : i ..
'f' r

CUSTOM MADE LEA1HER GOODS $22,000.HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL 1968 Chevy NOCASH Impala NEEDED, 2DR., HT, red & Not 2nds or Blems \ rJ'rI r

Caps, Hats, Belts, Sandals, Bags, Small frame home In need of much white, $795. or low mo. pymts. 388-
Vests. Craft supplies. Work repair. No plumbing. 100X125 lot. 6422. 30,000 Mi.
guaranteed. 2499576. priced to sell at $6,600.LARGE .
t
FAMILY? 1970 VOLKSWAGEN GUARANTEEF18x14
home plus
NEW FURNITURE WHITEHOUSE3BR. Excellent Condition$1250
attached offers lots of
Spanish style sofa &chair,dark brown mobile home 264-5632
5BR., 3 baths,
w Black room making
trim. Coffee table & mat-
refrigerator w-Ice make, range1OOX137' /
ching end table w-lamp. Dbl dresser
w-mlrror, & misc. $400. or reasonable lot. $30,000. 1967$350.00 DATSUN or 15 .... 4 For $6980
Offer. Call John 264.9579 between STOP INHAVEACUPOF
.
9A.M. to 6P.M. COFFEEAnd 3892618.WOTOYOTASTA.WGN. $7380
let our Associates assist you with G78xl4 or 15..... 4 For

GEORGE'S Dogs& Cats KENNELS Boarded to your buy Real or sell Estate your needs home.,for Service a rental witha or Good Phone Condition 771-3705$475.00 H78xl4 or 15..... 4 For $7780F.E.T.

Since personal touch. Established 17 yrs.
1925. &
Grooming, training
Shipping. Visitors welcome. MANASSA REALTY $2,41 to $2.82
'72 MGB CONVERTIBLE"Like
Bankamerlcard & Mastercharge 31'3 Blanding Blvd. new,$2700. Passenger Tire Guarantee
honored. Off 1-10 near Cassat Ave. & R ea ltor-M.L.S. 771-5600 389-7573 .G"aan.d, ogointl oil r.od hotordt lor th.M..! lh. ..riginolIrtod
Edgewood Ave. OPPOSITE CEDAR HILLS THEATRE If lir.loil',. w. will ot.ur.pli.n 'ftpoir.fr..en nplow .
SOBS Edgewood Court,783-U25 d. .cwrr.nl pric. plus to..
.. .GwaranU.d agamtt wtor-.ut f.. a tp.cid.d numb.i. ,miUt
GARAGE SALE If".ad w.." .ut in lhi p.n.d. w.will r.ploc.d. charging
Must sell like l.r miUag.wt.d n a r..t0 lhar..'th.C"".",pric..plus'
new furniture & appl.
:
LJHAULAACTIVE
Groves tai. Camm.rcial .h of Orange Park North, Apt.
27. Call 2641704.


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FOR YOUR REAL ESTATE NEEDS TRUCK AND TRAILER RENTING
CONTACT
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Joe Roplak (RET NAVY) Realtor FURNITURE PADS p II R! COMPANY
Associate
Representing -__._ TOW BARS > BMXAMCRICAXO nwisiei ctiargc
Blinding Agency, 'Inc.Realtors RATES Mon. Fri. 8-2 Sat
OFFICE:771.803 RES:781-7715 ,.",- WE HAVE THE LOWEST Open 8-6 ,

1 MILE NORTH OF 295
TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE

Two up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile i
radius Cecil Field & 1-295 2000.00 to 771-7105 .J

3000.00 per acre. Prices are far
belOw near-future values. Call Tony
George, 389.5514, Eve. 7711976. 7434 BLANDING BLVD. Al

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.,.".,,<.,w.'oW ._ =.,. _.w w.w..w."w.w..y'w..,. ';....,.: In wall forced air kerosene For sale 1970 PONTIAC
PS PB, &
heater with screen piping, LEMANS 350 sport AC, ,

THE Flee-T MARKET flume, thermostat and 55 gal. 3 track tape. New tires. $400
: J tank and stand. For Info. 388.3856 Below Blue Book Value Call Ext

A FREE PERSONAL WAN r.AD SERVICE 8236 NAS Cecil.
for Military and Civilian Employees('f NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field 1974 National Bowrlder with 1974

.--- --- ----... ---------- ------ JI .. 75 horse power engine all FOR RENT 3 Bdrm, 2 ba home
equipment, excellent condition. Furn. Shed or Unfurnished.
I FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM I Assume payments and very Available 1 November 1 May.

I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) small equlty.Call 778-0503. Orange Park. 264-3233

I I. i I 4 Bedroom Brick home, Oak Hill, FOR SALE 30 Inch Roper

I.I I has every things Assume VA Electric Range, Excellent
Loan and small equity. Call 778- condition. Avacado Green Color,

I 0503 after 5 p.m. $50.00 264-8533


1i BOUGHT HOUSE. APPLIANCES CAMERA Brand new, never

TYPE OR CLEARLY PR INT AD ABOV E and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW N NOT NEEDED. used Nikkormat FTN, by Nikon,
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD iI Huge capacity washer, cop- 50mm 1.4 lens Still under
I i pertone $75. Electric dryer $50. warranty $330.00 264-8533

i I Electric stove, needs work $10.
T.V. outside antenna $5. Call 772- Reloading Outfit: Everything
I Name Office or activity to which assigned I 1599 needed to reload all rifles &

I I pistols, excellent condition, Including .
WANTED: Old 45 RPM large heavy table. $150.00
I Rank-Rale or Grade Work Phone No. Signaturemust Phonograph, Records, Rhythmand Call 287, Cecil Field or 781.3035

I Blues, Rock and Roll Pre after 1700.
1. Advertising will be accepted only from active provide all information requested, Ie: Full
i military or civilian employee personnel assigned toM name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and 1 1959. Can use some 78 RPM
_ NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity Records. Ext. 471.261 1973 HONDA 175 Good cond.$600.
I
to which he is assigned and office telephone. This
I 2. Free advertising in the :.:':lee-T MARKET"I Call 778-3653
information Is for authentication only and your ad I
be limited to: Offers to buy sell or rent housingfor 14 FT. Starcraft Runabout 40H.P.
should be worded independently of this Information.
I personal use as a residence offers to buy or sell I Mercury Cox Trailer. Fully WANTED: Lionel Electric
'. personal property; offers of or requests for rides to S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear Jn I Equip. Many Extras. Full Cover Trains Call 264-5034 Frl Evening,
and from work announcements of educational
;
I courses offered by nonprofit organizations or the -following. edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads II Etc. $650.00 783.1427 Sat. or Sun. AM
arriving after that date will be placed in the .
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be ac.
following week's edition. Ads will be run only one .
1 cepted only if the words "PCS" (for military), or time unless resubmitted as prescribed above. FOR SALE: by owner 3 BR, 2 BA, FOR SALE: 6 Cyl. Eng., 258 CU.
Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the .
"Officially
CH and A, All Electric, one year In. Int.with carb., starter, clutch,
I Jacksonville area) are included In the wording of the
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied .. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I old, VA. 772-9355 after 5 p.m. and 3 speed Trans. 24,000 miles,
1 "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR
by the word "Free". I exc. cond. $250 or Best offer PH.
offices cannot
NEWS and AIRWINGER provide
J. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. I 1966 BUICK WILDCAT 4Dr.grey 778-2816
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed I color with blue vinyl upholstery -
I In each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No Inside, radiheater, air, power 8' SLIDING GLASS DOOR -r
will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I needed
I accepted steering; minor repairs. Sale. Special Screen, Frame &
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee-T i 264.4140 Hardware Included. Perfect
i MARKET" Editor CO JAX ,AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, .. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I Condition & less than half price.
I NAS Jacksonville Jacksonville, Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above I 1961 2-speed aluminum B- 2761 ..........
OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher
I "Flee-T MARKET" Editor C-0 AIRWINGER reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I powerglide transmission FOR SALE 1974 VW Camper,
I 111 NAS Cecil Field, florida 3221S.) These forms -------------1 beefed-up. Ready to go. $100.00 6000 miles, FM 8 Track Stereo,
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!l w l..o-------------------e.ot.rt.rttaar-wt. Ext. 459 or 771-7695 $5700, Being trans overseas, see
1GE Toploading portable dish. 'CLOTHING SALE? Girls twin Chess set in Kamagan and hip. on base 778-0029

washer. Chopping block top. outfits ((0-12 mos), Ladies size 11. pote wood. Staunton style 4Va Inch FOR SALE 1970 ZENITH 23" ..........
Excellent condition $75. Call 771- 12. Good condition and king. $30 Tel. 264-8747 Console Color T.V. Beautiful SHAG RUG: 12x14 lime green

.8448 reasonably priced. Call 772-1096 picture, must sell trans over- with pad $125. Gold shag, 9x12
after 5 p.m. FOR SALE: '71 PINTO seas, see on base 178-0029. $225. rubber backed $20. Call 178.2913'

FOR SALE 1972 MERCURY RUNABOUT Excellent conditlon. .

COUGAR AC, PS, RH, Disc 1970 FORD TRUCK, 'Camper, Large Engine, AC, AM- 1974 Crescent 12'x65 CH-A Front. 3 BR BRICK HOME, AC, W-W

Brakes $200.00 take over Boat Rack, V8 Va ton, Air Condition FM Radio, 4 speed, Michelin Don 2 BR must see to appreciate Carpet, Range, Refrlg., Drapes,
payments. Contact KIDD EXT. Radio, Heater, Reese Radials. Price Drastically 264.8621 or after 6 264-8920 Sep. Dining Room, Fenced yd.
158 or 8395 DAYS. Balance Ap- Trailer Hitch, Electric Trailer reduced. Call 387-5249 after 5. $23,500 Call 771-0519

prox. $1900. ONE OWNER Brakes, Cecil Ext. 157, 158, 159 SALEMOBILE: HOME, 1973

Home 781.3476 $1800 YARD SALE: Wesconnett, Sat & 12x60, 2BDR, 1 BA. Unfurnished FOR SALE: 1968 Mercury
18' VB Boat, 85 Evinrude 74, Sun. Aquariums and all types Spanish Int. Central Heat & Air 2 Parklane AC New tires Low
Harding TR 74 $2,000 7' Bar, 2 MOBILE HOME ((12x60)). Spanish accessories; books, household Util. Sheds $5700 771.8877 Mileage $1200. Also French Horn
stools, 3 built-in speakers, 3 bar Decor 2 Br. 1 Ba. Furn or Unfurn. Items a plenty. 5111 Blackthorn 771-9181 or 771-2268

clocks, plus many bar sign's $200 Take up payments. $98. 12 mo. Road, Phone 771.2985 1912 SUZUKI, GT380, Excellent
784-7659 112.2535 Condition 4400 miles, luggage 10'x15'x3"2' Swimming Pool Plus

FOR SALE: 55 gal. all glass rack and helmet Included, all accessories and some
Like country living or a weekend 59 PINK CADILLAC Wrecked aquarium with fl. lights, stand, $450.00. Call 771-4883 chemicals. Call) 264.7156 or ext.

home on water? /j acre on lake right front make offer motor good gravel and undergravel filters. .......... 2178 CH StegmanFor
interlachen 388.2135 call 358-3852 $100.00 firm. Phone 771-2985 after 1974 KAWASAKI 250, 2500 Miles,
1630 Excellent Condition asking sale: 1972 GRAND PRIX,
'
Need ride starting 15 October 73 PINTO RUNABOUT Ex. $850.00. Call 772.2581 (work) or Full power, transistor Ignition

Lakewood ((2722 West UniversityBlvd cellent Condition, 16,000 miles, FOR RENT: Small 3 bedroom, 778-2488 home after 5 p.m. 30,000 miles, AM-FM Stereo,

) to NARF by 0700. Marilyn AT, AC, R&H, $2000. Call LTJG CH&A, Carpet, on Black Creek at Black and Silver $2700.00 Call 772-
737-8415 or 3254 on base. Ellslager Nights 7719127. Mlddleburg, one acre fenced. 1966 BUICK WILDCAT4Dr.grey 2178
Avail Now. $240.00 772-9410 color with blue vinyl upholstery

72 VEGA STA. WAGON R&H, SEAL POINT SIAMESE mother Inside, radiheater, air, power Adler Sewing Machine In Cabinet

AT, AC, New tires, clean $1400 and three six week old Kittens One Commerical Hair Dryer steering; minor repairs needed with matching chair $50 call 264-

388.2135 free to good homes. Two male, $35.00 One Single Mattress and 264-4140 ........... 7156 or Ext. 2118 CH. Stegman
one female. Call 264.6289 matching Box Springs, VERY 197415' Warrior Bass Boat, 40HP
Seven room house for sale CLEAN $45.00. 264.0846 Mercury Galvanized Trailer, 1912 MONTE CARLO-Clean, RH-

Murray Hill Section of '67 DODGE WAGON, PS, Very Remote control Electric Motor PS, Air, AM-FM Radio. $2450.
Jacksonville $12,500 Phone 389- good condition $595.00 PH. 389- CAR POOL From Southslde Swivel Cushion seats $1950 Ext. Call PN2 Mahon nights at 772-

2980 7291 Sunday !!!!!.ry.oon. Beauclerc area to NAS 8:00: a.m. 2376 or 264-8811 1245.
to 4:30: p.m. Call 772-3115 Richard
FOR SALE Upright Piano Good
:
FALL SALE: 23,000 BTU Nykerk FOR SALE: Two Lamps, Height SALE: Tanberg Tape Recorder
cond. $100, NAT. Gas Stove Built-
WHIRLPOOL AC for only $150. 30 Inches, Gold Base with Gold $40 Mediterranean Coffee Table
Cools several rooms decorative in-grill $25.00 trombone excellent 13 YAMAHA MX, 250cc, Ex. Velvet Tiffany shade, $25.00. Call $30 Numerous Curtains and Rods
condition $100 or best
model. Excellent condition near cellent condition $700.00 69 PLY 264.3954 during daytime. Baby Crib & Playpln $14, 264-8987
offer. See at 2643 Lakeshore Blvd.
NAS JAX. 772-9162 FURY III, 318 Eng., loaded after 5 p.m.
772.3146 .......... $550.00 call 268.9660 69' Volks Beatle new engine and

Colonial style tubular braid rug. 1970 VW Beetle R&H New Bat. paint. Needs engine cowling 74 SHASTA 13ft travel trailer 5

9x12' red reversible rug in excellent tery, Paint, and Brakes 69 OPEL KADDET WAGON replaced (have cowling) and mos old air & extras cost $2100

condition. Near NAS JAX. Regularly maintained accordingto Disc. Brakes Rack & PINION 1.1 wlndshled Ext. 121.122 $750 or new sacrafice $1495 LCdr Mills
'
Only $35. 772-9162 factory specifications. Moving, SR 2 Single Carbs needs work best offer CH. Carey 772.3133 or 264-5723
must sell. Immaculate call $500.00 Firm Ext. 8326 786-0312
Michael 264-1531 Junior sizes mostly 9 and 11. Trailer Hitch for 67 VW Square
..........
Some 5's and 7's All excellent
1968 PONTIAC GTO. Yellow, FOR SALE: 12x65 LAFAYETTE back LCdr Mills 712.3133 or 264-

Black Vinyl top Tilt Steering 14 DUSTER, R&H, Shag Carpet, MOBILE HOME, Cent Air and condition Includes dresses, pants 5723 '

Wheel Rear window defrosternew 9000 ml, Rally Wheels, Metallic Heat, 2 BR, 2 BA, Carpeted thru suit, formals, sweaters some
tires, good shape, 772.3585 Green, Exc. Cond., Call 771-4215 out. Assume $112.93 per month never worn. Mens |jacket:- and WANTED: Ride to NAS Jax from
DWH 772-8070 and make offer payment. Phone 771.7552 after 5 sweaters. Starter golf clubs. Any Confederate Point Road area.

HODAKA 125cc just 8 months old, p.m. reasonable offer accepted. 772- Hours 7:30: to. 4:00.: Call Sue at'"772-'

SIEGLER SPACE HEATER. Spare tire, 2 helmets, extra 9552 ,, 2401. days. ,i
BABYSIT In home. On 103rdSt. .......... : ,. .' .......... .
Good condition. Very Economicalon sprocket $600 going overseas my '
oil. $60.00 778-3008 after p.m. must sell 772-7305 or Noble 772- Near York Town.Apts. Phone CARPET Med. Green 12'x20'6", :t
.
........... 2975 771.6378 for more Information. with pad $150.00 778-4076 .*"-. -.'*. (Contimied'from page 31)) 7



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JAX AIR NEWS
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''':>'':,.;:-' ::i:':*''/..":','. ": <.: ., For Sale Deluxe TOWNHOUSE2BR $100.00; Ludwig Drum $45.00;

: .t ..... 2'/2 Bath, Central A&H, Adding Machine $50.00; Misc.
I L FLEE-T MARKET Carpet, Drapes, Pool, Exercise Furniture 733-4846

(Continued from Room, Sauna, 2 car carport .
page 30)) Washer-Dryer Hook-Up Club 1972 CAD I LLAC, White-Excellent
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House 12 miles from NAS In San Condition 387.1225
1971 CHEVY Station Wagon, 110Gallon FUEL OIL TANK with For Sale Jose Area, 733-4794 NAS Ex 3093
Steel Belted : HODAKA 125 C.W.1974
ACATR&HNew
25 gallons of fuel oil
$65.00 3393 1972 BOAT Motor Trailer for -
Radial Tires, Call Knowles 3072 .......... 5 Bks.mos 97 old Rm., $675.00 Before 5 Cecil, For Sale21,000 BTU Fedders AIR Sale 17' Silverllne; Bowrider, Full
209,after 5, Cecil Ext
or 389-4413 CPO Aviation GREENS 39 Blouse 8212 AT3 Moore CONDITIONER $165.00 220 Volts Canvas, 115 Mercury Motor, Tilt-
35 Trouser Cap Cover Size 7 $25.00 Call 781-2920 Trailer. Call 771.3379 anytimeTwo
59 FORD Step VAN ConvertedInto Whirlpool Refrigerator Cop 1956
Camper, Gas-Elec Refer, pertone Best Offer over $50.00 CHEVROLET BELAIR For Sale: MAG WHEELS 12 In. 9'x12' Two-tone Red CAR.
Gas stove, Double stainless steel 264.3318 anytime Body; Black; everything except for Toyota ((4)) with Tire Excellent PETS 1 Year old; Excellent

sinks, sleeps 5. Call Knowles at .......... engine Ext. 459& transmission. $50.00 Cond. $125.00 ADR1 Pryor condition$50.00 For Both Call 771-
or 771-7695
772-3072 or 389.4413 For Sale 69 RAMBLER AM 772-3156 3566

BASSADOR AATR&H $300
For Sale: 110 Feet Cypress Runs greatl I Good tires Darwin Chair Medlterrean gold velvet Furnished MOBILE HOME for 72 Scotty CAMPER, 15'. Sleeps 6,
FENCING 5 Foot Picket. 8 foot Days 772-2929 Nights 781-9093 wing chair in excellent condition. rent, 2BR,2Bath Washer & Dryer, Stove, Toilet, 3-way Refrlg,
Poles Included $130 PH 264-0820 Original cost $250 will sacrifice Carpeted & Draped. In Orange Towing Package & Extras $1500

BACHELOR PAD For Sale 388.7382 Park Call 772.1081 Cent. Heat & Best offer Home 771-0519 Work
For Sale: 1969 CAMERO, Like MOBILE HOME with built In Air 772-3078
new, low mileage, steel belted Waterbed. Two wall Aquarums! 50 GAL Aquarium with pump and
radial tires, 18 MPG plus $1250 Double Refrigerator, Washer & filter -$40 Ext. 2535 85 GAL. FUEL OIL-Gas Steel Sale $690-OPEL KADETTE
PH 264-0820 Dryer, and more Ph 264-3633 Tank Sell or Trade for Riding L- Wagon ((1969)) Fine Condition.
WILL DO BABYSTTING In my mower of equal value $75, 772- Excellent gaso.mlleage; 4 Spd.
For Sale: Proctor Silex Super home. 6:30: a.m. 6:00: p.m.; 8428 after 4:30: W-W. Etc. Neat! Falrco. 388-9889
POOL RIDE, Nassau County, Wesconett
Steam I IRON, Temp-u-Gulde area. 771.9150 or 264-4456 or 388.1684 See at 6481
near St. George, Georgia, to NAS
1974 HONDA CB125 2000 miles Roosevelt Blvd.
Teflon Bottom $7.00 PH 771.1184For .
Jax 7:00: to 15:30: Call Mortlme FREE Muscouy Ducklings call 80MPG Like New Call 264-9085 .......... ..'
879.1470, Work 772-2701 Ext 3959
786-4151 after 4
Sale: Two Tiffany Style p.m. B.&W. TV, Stereo,Radio Comb.
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For Sale: Eureka VACUUM .......... 781.2047

CLEANER, Runs good $15.00 PH Great Sale-ANTIQUES, books, WANTED: Shallow well water WILLIAM L. PARKS, JR. REALTORNEED
771.1184 new wigs, tables, beams, bottles,
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Car for Sale-1970 MAVERICK,
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For Sale-Lady Kenmore Lovely 1971 25" COLOR Home 771.8877 8600 Southslde Boulevard PHONE 641-3311 fEALTOR!

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!H'k,I \i! I', C with FICEUR perfect. finishes record



I i Jax-FICEUR concluded their Mark Ivy, Mike Jacobsen and
: 'f.1 regular NAS Jax American Mike Landry scored the touch.
: Football League season with a downs for FICEUR with Landry
':" perfect 14-0 record after winning adding a two-pointer and John
\ their final two confrontations last Meyers two two-pointers. Ward
week. Rath with a touchdown and
y4 VW-4 fell 24-8 to the league Hubert Pratcher with the two
winners and coupled with their point conversion accounted for
loss to MARTD later in the week, all of the Hurricane Hunter's
and Dental's two wins, they lost points in the first half.

_any hopes of making the playoffsin
the process. FICEUR's victory over HS-15
was almost a carbon copy of the
VEVERYTHING Eagles moving one over VW-4 as they took a 14-8
h halftime lead (they led 16-8
towards playoffsJaxThe against VW-4)) and then went on
to a 32-8 win. John Meyers scored
Eagles of VP-16 three touchdowns in his team's
moved two steps closer to a spotin
UP IN THE AIR-The ball is up for grabs In action that occured in VP.16's 12-4 win the intramural football final regular season outing while
I over NarJax last week and a playoff berth was also up in the air for both of these teams as they head playoffs last week with victoriesover John scored Fruge and Mike Landry
one apiece. George
into their final week of competition. I'I\ the Indies and Nar Graffagnino scored all of HS-15's
Jax. The first step in moving
points.
FOOTBALL their record to 8-1 was a 39-0
I' Dental makes playoffsJaxDental victory over the Indies that cameas

STANDINGSNATIONAL a result of three touchdownsby Hospital scores
Jack Breese, two by James
wrapped up the the National League action this Wood and one each by Richard
second place spot in the week in anticipation of meetingthe LEAGUE Marcott and Ron Gies. Wood also shutout victories

American League and a playoff first place finisher of that VV L scored their only ,successful
doubled their win
berth last week with victoriesover league in the playoffs tare HS-11 11 0 conversion attempt.The Jax-Hospital
HS-15 and HC2. scheduled to get underway next NARJAX 9 4 Eagle's next victory came output for the National League
last week with two shutout
HS-15 kept it close when they week. EAGLES 8 1 over a slumping NarJax team season
victories.A .
fell 12-6 after a 6-6 deadlock at VP-24 6 5 that has now lost its last three

halftime. Greg Bowyer and Cain scores five HOSPITAL 4 7 games. It was a close one all the scoreless standoff was the ,
Richard Reese scored the two HS-1 3 7 way with both teams unable to story of the first half in their
touchdowns for the winners while Jax--Bob Cain scored five VP-49 2 8 score in the first half but in the encounter with VP-49 but Mark
J.P. Parradise scored HS-15's touchdowns and led the way to INDIES' 0 '11 second half James Wood scored Erickson and Dave Duprie
first half touchdown. the Marine Barracks 48-0 win twice for the Eagles while Bob made it through the Woodpecker
Twelve points were again the over Air Ops last week in the AMERICAN LEAGUEJqx's Klein managed a score for defense in the second half for a
winning number for Dental in American League. NarJax in the 12-6 battle. 12-0 victory.
their victory over HC-2 when Rhoden Baker, with a touch- W L
Loren Bryant and Bill Davidson down and a two-pointer, Bill FICEUR 14 0 lIARTDvins two A scoreless first half was again .
while their with touchdown and DENTAL : -T- the story in their 8-0 win over the
each scored once Hunley a 11 3
Jax-MARTD has no chance to
Indies with Rester
defensive counterparts were Glyden Brooks and Joe Belinskywith VW-4 8 5 Bryan'stouchdown
make the intramural playoffs but
and Al Moscaritolo'ssafety
holding HC-2 scoreless. two-pointers, put the icingon HC-2 7 6
with their two victories last week '
Dental will now keep an eye on the cake prepared by Cain. MARTD 5 6 providing the winning
determined to at least
they seem
MARINE BKS 9 margin in the second half.
I 4
bring their record up and over the

OUT OF SIGHT, AIR US.IS OPS 0 2 14 8 .500 mark Coakley's of respectability.Mike touchdown. was HS-11 now 11-0

the only score in MARTD's 6-0
GO GO DANCERS Greatest win over VW-4 and it didn't come Jax-HS-11 continued their
until the second half in quite a quest for an unbeaten season and
All Topless defensive battle. moved to within three games of
their objective with two more
Their victory over the Marine
BARTENDER WAITRESSES DANCER wins last week.
Barracks came even tougher as
11 AM til 2 AM Dally a the Barracks took a 12-0 halftime The Batmen of VP-24 became
1080 Cassat Ave. 3889016Mustang S lead on Mike Young's and Bob their 10th straight victim when
Cain's touchdowns but ended up they fell 226. Bill Hoffman with
losing 13-12 when Bob Mercer and two and Lawrence Harvey with
Mike Coakley broke loose in the one scored the touchdowns for the

second half to tie things up and winners while Mort McCarthyand
set the stage for an overtime win. Ron Fejfar scored the two-
SUMDAYTIL pointers..
PMSURPLUS Mike Murphy was the con.tributer -
RYDER TRAINS of VP-24's only touchdown
TRUCK DRIVERS
Home study followed by resident .
GOODS training. at a Ryder training center. NarJax was the next team to
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LATE CHARGERS 23 9 RED LIONS 25 15.
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NAMTD 3032 22 14 HURRICANES 23 17
BUSHMAN 16 16 GEMS 21 19
RAG PACKERS 16 20 RAMRODS 20 20
PIN BUSTERS 13 19 LEPRECHAUNS 19 21
FICEUR 11 21 HAMMER SLAMMERS 18 18 <
BUSCH LEAGUERS 10' 22 REBELS 9 27"
BUSCH BUDS No.1 10 26 BUSCH BUDS No.2 6 30

CONTINENTAL LEAGUE PACIFIC
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"500" 32 8 WOODPECKERS No.2 29 11
SIX PACK 29 11 SPLITMAKERS 25 7 ..
ZEROS 24 16 SEAHORSES 24 12
FLEET ANGELS No. 1 21 15 SEABEES No.2 22' 14
THUNDERBOLTS 20 20 GRUNTS 19 21
LOOSE ENDS 18 18 CPOS lb 22
BALLERS 16 20 ADCOP No. 1 1'6' 20
DIRTBALLS 15 21 CONTROLLERS No.2 16 24
WHERE HAVE ALL THE BOATS GONE?..Empty stands and rough seas were the Saturday" ROTORHEADS 14 22 BLIND BATS 15 21
and Sunday as the Admiral's Cup Hydroplane race had to be cancelled due to a lack of cooperation by THE TEAM 8 24 FLEET ANGELS No.2 4 32
the weather. SCREWBALLS 7 29 "
For the week of Sept 30 ;
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f Sortes to host VS-22 'Checkmates'



I ,. .i: : t. ? Sports dinner for are on the moveThe

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localMistresses
: VS-22 "CHECKMATES"are puter, the first to be employed in
INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL VA-15 6 VS-22 0
Aircraft.
VS
now beginning the final step
SCORES VS-32 22 VS-28 20
toward becoming the first east
VA-174 28 VS-22 6 VS-30 14 VA-45 8
VS-28 30 VA-15 2 and Masters coast carrier based jet ASW The S-3A's high resolution
6ND FOOTBALLAll squadron. During September radar is specificly designed for
VA-72 20 Marines 0
personnel interested in one-third of the VS-22 pilots, the ASW mission and is excellentin
VS-32 30 NAMTD 2 .The month of October has been
trying out for the Cecil Field
TACCO's and aircrewmen began detecting small targets in high
VA-174 16 VA-45 0 football team should rcport to the"B" designated as International their RAG training with VS-41 at seas.To alert the crew of possible
VS-30 20 VA-72 14 Toastmistress month. Toast-
Circle field on Friday, ll
NAS North Island.The remaining hostile electronic emissions the
VS-28 8 Marines 0 mistress founded in 1938
October at 1600. was by
members of the squadron's flying computer assisted Electronic
NAMTD VA-45 6 Ernestine White. Toastmistress
Coach Don Jackson has a few
personnel will follow in October Survellience Measures system
VA-72 22 VS-30 20 vets returning from last year's training offers women the opportunity and November.In instantly responds to such
NAMTD 20 Marines! 6 to become more effective -
squad and states that he has seena emissions. An infrared detector

great deal of valuable talent in citizens, learn leadershipskills transitioning to the S-3A allows accurate visual in-
SPORTS the Intramural Games. The 6ND and achieve better un-
VIKING, VS-22 will be adding deintification of unknown targ'etsinj
Tournament will be held at NAS derstanding at work, at home,
new dimension to carrier based targets in darkness or low
CARS Jax from October 28 thru and in the community activities. antisubmarine warfare. The S3Ais visibility.With .
Through toastmistress training,
1.UPCOMING.
November
with various surface
1911( Porsche 5 9141970Pcrsche5speed,914 equipped
speed SPORTS women learn to overcome
and sub-surface search equip- the speed and range of the
The following intramural timidity, to maintain poise and to
ment with intergrated target VIKING more than twice that of
1970 think clearly when faced with the
Triumph Spitfire will hold meetings at 1000
sports acquisition and the S-2
sensor coor- TRACKER, with the ASW
convt. in the station gym on the dates unexpected.In dination systems. The entire technology and capabilities
1969 fctsun! 5 speeds indicated. Activities desiring to
2 keeping with the festivities weapons system is self-sufficient, rivaling the P-3C, the CHECKMATES -
tops,2000. all events should
enter any or
with on board capability to of VS-22
are challengedwith
of Founders Month, the Sortes
1969 MGB Field Athletic
Convert. contact the Cecil
collect, process, interpret and a unique
Toastmistress Club of NAS, Cecil opportunity; they
wire wheels1969.1rwliph Director at ext. 498 as soon as
Field, will host a dinner with all store ASW sensor data. Each sys- will bring back the first
J Spitfire possible. MEET 'BEGIN the toastmistress and toast- system is completely tied into aGeneral operational S-3A squadron to

c nvert. EVENT master clubs in the Jacksonvillearea Purpose Digital Com- NAS Cecil Field.
Bowling(Tues.) 10-17 10-29 t .
1968 MGB Convert. : g
invited to The ;
participate.
10-1( f
Bowling (Thurs..) 10-10
wire WheelS dinner meeting will be held at the ,
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Ping Pong 10-16 10-28( R y :rf:
1967.MG Midget NAS, Cecil Field Officers Club on
Paddle Ball 10-15 10-21
'1966 Porsche 5 speed 912 Basketball 10-24 T.B.A. Friday, 18 October. The theme, ,. : -

1964 TR-6 Sport convert. T.B.A. for the meeting will be "Womenof .
Volleyball 10-29 ,
1963 Volvo P1800 coupe. Vision" with Sharon Arnold, : >'.: '

1960 Corvette tops President of Sortes presiding and .

4 weed. Dorothy Davidson of the NAS
JAX Liana Club will be the
SEE THESE AT 'Toastmistress. Topic Mistresswill

be Ruth Allen from the
2052 MAIN ST.
Seacrest Club. Speakers for the

evening will be Maxine Hen-
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derson, Chairman of Council Six;

Floyd Sewell, Area Governor of
NO MONEY DOWN the Toastmaster Clubs; Ruth .

Pooser President of Ribault Club
,
Financing for E2' and up! and Cheryle Scott of ohe Liana

Club.
66 MUSTANG
This meeting will be open to the
66 CHEVELLE 2DR HT public and reservations can be

73 made by calling Sharon Aanold,
HARLEY DAVIDSON Sportster Cecil Field, ext. 311. Dinner will An S-3A' "Viking", same type aircraft VS-22 Is currently transitioning
to,makes a tailhook landing aboard a carrier.fHI .
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535 CASSAT AVE. 387-5648 "Formerly Al's Westslde U-Haui" Home owned&operated

1333 N. MAIN ST. 353-7581 4807 BLANDING BLVD PHONE 771-5092 by Capt BILL READ (USNR)
President
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VOLLEYBALL PLAYERS NEEDED CLUB NEWS: A the week Oct. 12. facilities available to the
Jax -the Anyone desiring to play volleyball for the Jax Navy Fliers pool tournament betweenthe ALSO: A big welcome whole family.
during upcoming season should
at Ext.3239 or AEC Bill Aaron at Ext.contact 3005. the NAS Athletic Director Teen Clubs of Mayportand aboard to James Hill, our Co-ed volleyball has
NAS Jax is in the new Teen Club custodian. been enjoying much

DEADLINE FOR TOURNEY ENTRY TOMORROW planning stages for Kids, please cooperatewith success Sunday and
Jax Tomorrow (Oct. 11)) is the deadline for all eligible I'teams to sometime in November. Mr. Hill by main- Monday nights. The games
enter the COMSEABASEDASWINGSLANT Touch Football Tourney Stay in touch with this taining maximum have been very excitingand
that will begin on October 21st. For more Information contact the column for future cleanliness and minimum our numbers have
Athletic Office at Ext. 3239.FLIERS .
developments or see Mr. breakage. increased so we are happyto

Matthew at Bldg. 523 or There was an announce we have two
GETTING READY FOR 6ND call Ext. 3127. organizational meeting of courts to play on now. If
Jax The Jax Fliers
workouts- in preparation Navy for the football 6th Naval team District is now holding regular Many thanks and a big the basketball signees you like volleyball and

Tournament that will be held here at NAS Jax beginning Touch the Football week of welcome to Chief Martel yesterday. Practice want some exercise come
October 28. and Ed West for volun- sessions will be held today on down. The action startsat

teering as chaperones for and tomorrow at 5:30: p.m. 7 p.m.
the Teen Club. More players are still The Rec Center hours

Sorry about the absenceof needed in the 11.13 and 14- are as follows: Monday

r PISTOL STANDINGSAMERICAN a band Saturday night. 17 age groups.Something through Friday, 8 a.m. to
This inconvenience was for the 9:30: p.m.; Saturday, 1:30:

probably due to the con- family: Mom and Dad, p.m. until 9:30: p.m.; and .
cert at the Coliseum The come by the Dependents Sunday, 12:30: p.m. to 8:30: .

LEAGUEW NATIONAL LEAGUE "Icehouse" is the band of Center In Bldg. 523 and p.m. Come out and join in

L W L check on the recreational the fun and exercise.Olltlt .
GEM 6 0 VP-24 7 0
VP-16 4 1 MARTD 5 2
WEAPONS 2 2 FICEUR 4 3
CPw-11 2 3 MARINE BKS 3 3
HS-15 2 4 VP-49 2 3
AIMD 1 3 VW-4 1 4 TIDYIIOITIA
HS-1 0 6 NARJAX 1 5
HS-11 1 6

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nS-11 5 13
VP-16 2 4 2299 p.O.E.
VP-49 2 10 JACKSONVILLESALES
HC-2 1 5 upto3o
NARJAX 0 6 SERVICE PARTS miles per gallon

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to drive tractor/trailers with a t .
series of Home Study lessons on P .:..J aws about certainaccessoties
safety rules of the road etc. Then
come to a Ryder Training Center for 6425 NORWOOD AVE. 764-2419
on-the-rig experience. FREE .

FOR LOCAL INFO.CALL during/ month of'eot.

RYDER 355-7036 TECH. IN ST. I 1 / I SUPER USED CAR_BARGAINS
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,Florida 74 TOYOTA 72 BUICK 72 TOYOTA
CELICAYellowAirAT SKYLARK COROLLA Wagon
HOME OFFICE: ATLANTA. GA
2dr.hardtop
APPROVED FOR VETERANS EDUCATION Alr.ATluggageracklikenew,2to
R&HSharp! AT.AIr.low miles
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1973 CAMARO
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Matt,ctntol TRUCK
1'100' ; $2787 AT l.newheelbaser.erburnp.r,let air, Uu than 7000 mils,
'ot1i.ll'n\ $3887

131'm. pTrps'M .\,lttoweo' IMPERIAL LEBARON $ 3 688
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wen,. "00\\ AT nir /Se, AM bucket power wlfHhwf 4 pewee tat, 74 GREMLIN .
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73 DODGESPORTSMAN
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73 DATSUN 610 VAN AT,. PS.fo 2 d,.,hdt., AT, air hI..w 12 pan AT PS n.r rod
OPEN $2687 $3887 $1587
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