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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 28, 1974
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I After the dinnerAfter u .

the traditional Thanks- How does the lead get into the rs
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giving dinner of turkey, stuffingand food? SPAIN "ANCOLONIESJOSB'
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all the trimmings, ,there are Toxic metals like lead and

always plenty of leftovers which cadmium are safe if dishes are

should be stored immediately in glazed ,properly. If they are made

the refrigerator.But wrong, there is a possibility that
how do you store these the metal compound in the glaze

leftovers? or decoration may be released by
If they're stashed away in extended contact with acidic

bowls or cups or pitchers from foods. The metal might then seep

your dinnerware.set, you may be into the food.A .
taking unnecessary risks.
few foods contain- :
common :
There have been cases of over- .
night storage where foods with an ing acid are fruit juices, cooked TI IVMAS Zl

fruits, soft drinks, cider, sauer-
acid content have picked up lead
from the glaze (the usually shiny kraut, tomatoes, wines and_ ,

coating) or the decoration on cer- vinegar.
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tain dishes. Lead is a toxic metal.If FDA does test dishes for the t

large quantities of it accumu- safety of the glaze and decorationand /
,
late in the body, lead poisoningmay stops the sale of any dinner- [ .

result. ware if inspectors find some

This is why the Food and Drug samples to be unsafe.
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Administration (FDA) ilia's rl :
Domestic and foreign factoriestest )
warned consumers that it is, dan
their own dinnerware, also,
to store food in dishes :
gerous 1\
and manufacturers of glazes test f
used for meals.
the glazes sold to amateur and .
FDA says all dishes are safe )
professional potters. They also w
for serving food. It's the storageof .#
urge potters to use only the glazes .
food -for a number of hours
labeled safe for dinnerware.But .
-that may be risky.

Only a small percentage of all your safety is your respon- -;;-__ CH,4P-
dishes present this risk in storage.But sibility also. Protect yourself by I

to be safe, you should follow storing what's left from your

this rule: Never store food in Thanksgiving dinner, as well as

dinnerware-whether it's inex- all your leftovers, in plastic or Turkey comes home to roastThe I

pensive pottery, moderate priced glass containers. An ounce of

earthenware or expensive china. prevention can save pounds of traditional Thanksgiving lar holiday fare on the continentand the supermarket is the 5.12

Instead, store food in glass or wholesome food, and your good turkey comes to the American in the isles. Colonists then pounder known as the Beltsvillc!

plastic containers. health, too. dinner table by a rather round brought domestic turkeys back to small white turkey, developed by

about route. In fact, the Pilgrims the birds' native North American -.the U.S. Department of Agricul

would hardly recognize today's shores. ture Beltsville Agriculture Research

holiday bird. Early settlers Selective breeding since then Center in Maryland,
d.x' 2ErxKdi3ma,s.AIwHan.+. _now1 cv..r aaavaw+:N.wnc t'Gofwn'nrYlkttirXe ; feasted '
on tough, gamy, wild has developed a turkey for any Poultry researchers at the center

t a .a turkeys that roamed the American size feast, ranging from 5 pound continue to experiment with im

:! JAX AIR' NEWS I;!J Jt7 forests. The fat, tender turkeys birds for small family festivitiesto proving the turkey !stock To

that we now take for grantedare the supersize! 60 pound varietyfor date, these geneticists have pro-

# I actually descendants of those the largest! family reunion. duced such hybrids as the chunk

r:. The JAX AIR NEWS IS a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Mt' wild birds' Mexican cousins. Pampered, table-bound turkeys (half chicken, half turkey ), the:
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval' Air Station, I
:::;:::., Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company. a :.;>, often lead computerprogrammedlives quick (quail-chicken), the phasan
i&; private firm All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR 14t .. Spanish! explorers found a do- seldom seeing a barnyard or (pheasant-chicken), and the phail
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2.
',. NAS Jacksonville by 17 00( noon on Monday before mesticated turkey strain in the chopping block. In contrastto (pheasant-quail).
publication News items are welcomed from all sources Mexico which they took back to their rangy, bronzefeatheredforefathers

Telephone'Everything 772.3118 advertised or 3119 this publication', must be made Spain. Before long, these Mexican today's turkeys have Although these! rare varietiesaren't

available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to turkeys were favorite barnyard lighter feathers, plumper bodies in the grocers' freezers
race creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser
user or patron A confirmed violation, or reiection, of 'this fowl for European and and more juicy white meat. yet science continues to modernize
policy of equal opportunities, by an advertiser will result in English farmers, becoming popu The most! popular variety at the traditional holiday bird.
the refusal to print, advertising from that source "
.y i Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
; concerning such should be directed to

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O "l' Tl'll'phonc 387 3566 4C)1ro" HAPPY

AI J ILIAT[ MEMBER

L VOL. 32 NO. 37 NOVEMBER 27, 1974 1

THANKSGIVING !

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NOVEMBER, 27, 1974 JAX AIR NEWS AIR WINGER PAGE 3
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Your Exchange in DecemberJax THEMOST"LIKE.NEW" USED VW's IN TOWNI


The Navy Exchange has ordered more merchandise for the Christmas CLINTON'SAUTO

season and it's now on the shelves for your selection.

There are hundreds of items that would make excellent gifts for everyone on
your list-at prices that provide considerable savings. SALES No. 1

Hours of operation have been expanded and additional sales clerks are standing -

by to assist you in making the right choice at the right price.
The Federal Energy Office has virtually assured the public that there will be

no ban on the use of Christmas lighting this year. Thus, barring any last minute w

developments, the word is that lighted Christmas decorations will make the 772-7716 ., 772-7766
holiday brighter this year.


Tinsel, angel hair, artificial snow, lights, live and artificial trees and other
festive adornments of the season are available at the Navy Exchange. They also

have a fine selection of greeting cards, wrapping paper, gift ideas, ribbon and '
other items that will add to your holiday gift giving. 'SUPER: BEETLES. -.-
Congress has approved the sale of electronic calculators by CONUS Ex
changes. This approval comes at a perfect time, since calculators make ideal 72 VW LIGHT BLUEwith

gifts. The Navy Exchange is offering a selection of these handy machines in Dark Blue Interior, AM Radio, New Tires One
different styles and price ranges. Owner, Extra Sharp, 23.000'mileage
t&$1995

Visit the Exchange's record department for a wide range of records, car-
tridges and cassettes featuring holiday songs and music by a variety of well- 72 VW DARK BLUEwith

known artists. Of course, there's also assortment, of recordings for your year- Blue Interior, AM Radio, Extra Clean Car

round listening pleasure if you enjoy classical, jazz, folk, C&W, rock or pop $ms-: : .. 1895
sounds.

Christmas is hardly the time to be thinking of gardening tools, or is it? A 71 BEIGE (TAN)

Battery-powered cordless electric lawn or garden tool might be a perfect gift for with Brown Interior, AM Radio, Air-Conditlon, WW
someone on your list. Cordless grass shears, shrub trimmers and extra heavy Tires'
duty hedge trimmers are functional, attractive, durable and labor saving. $m.$1795

The Exchange is featuring an outstanding; cardigan sweater buy in its womens 71
VW YELLOWwith
wear department (around $10)).
Black Interior, AM Radio, dependable tran

Small appliances are practical, but welcome, Christmas'' gifts.Such items as sportation

portable hair dryers, makeup mirrors, digital clocks and power tools are only a $1'8&.. $1695

few of the many gifts that are featured at the Exchange. .
'. $STATION WAGONS_ ;


72 VW REDwith

."... Black Interior, Auto trans. -
fI $395..: $1995 r
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with Black Interior, Air-Condition, WW Tires, One
DEER SPRINGS" Owner
IIOWSIISWItCOMID
1( $x.$1895
ESTATES
Nautical Accessories
... Gifts)
.ATKEYSTONE q '
HEIGHTS f ?: ': BOATS MOTORS, CANOES
HOMESITES c : Trojan, Slickcraft 69 VW DARK BLUEwith
(30( Min.from NAS.Jax) -c. -
I "\ 1 Thunderbird IV''UOI' White Interior, New WW Tires AM Radio, One
CLYDE W SIMPSON & CO. 0 J. Starcraft, Grumman Owner
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REALTOR 356.6849 '" \,
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III FASTBACK
1"2> PHONE 391 Idd9(Open Sundays)
HvW WI -- t
MVALUE Pier 66 Franchised! Marina.
71 DARK BLUEwith
SALE! Yacht Broker-Wet Storage-Marine Hoists.Hull Service
Expert Engine Service, .Outboard,Stern
Inboard Blue Interior, AM-FM Radio, WW Tires, Extra
1974 JOHNSON
9.9 HP ELECT. Sharp Looking Car

START OUTBOARD l:95S.: .. $1795
W6 Gal.TonM. Ho.t.BrandNtw
i 1569SliGHTLY

USED 1974 71 VW AQUA BLUEwith

,I1J' HMohn COBIA,on 17*Gels VBR Ml M. rt&Ituii; Th1IaE"VILLAGESONTHESQUARE"; Dark Blue Interior, AM Radio, One Owner, only
,
lie TitU-Rtg A $o( iy Kit 30,000 mileage
13395USED *
1913 COBIA $ &..$1795

15 TBR
1971 iv.nrud.60HP* 1913 70 VW LIGHT BLUEwith
Golv.Mr.
M695 CONDOMINIUMSA Black Interior, AM-FM SW Radio, Auto-Trans,
USED 1972 COBIA 15V One Owner, 36,000 mileage
1912 JohnionSOHP J. Golv. NICE PLACE $K&$1695] .
Till I,Trail,...
1595 TO LIVE. .

ALL NEW'75AmiricanFihirLiti REASONABLY PRICEDCONVENIENTLY 69 VW LIGHT BLUEwith

I 14 Pithing B,al. 6 Hf J.hnion LOCATED Black Interior, Sunroof, Auto-Trans WW Tires
& Golv.Till Trlr. WALKING DISTANCE TO (new)
895 .. $1295
$
DIPT. ORANGE PARK SCHOOLS! .
VISIT OUR ACCESSORY "'
FOR THAT CHRISTMAS GIFT. a QUIET COUNTRY SETTING 'BEETLES
.
liNK FIMNCIMG NO PIIMCNTI a 2 & 3 BEDROOM UNITS "
TILL FEL>1STSONNtWQUTmSOPENTIL9
$ 65 VW BEETLE
Z4 900'
MON. THRUFRISATURDAYS FROM ,
:306 $595
16I1VLhWkjk1MARINE OfxnFndayltil
Saturday Sunday J 21,16
c h.,Times byAppointmrnt i2 Bank & Credit Union Financing Arranged
9900 BLANDING BLVD.

2152 IteriMf IM. 1IM2I1 ((904)264-1617) opal niryg .. ,, 5829 BLANDING BOULEVARD
HOURS:,Monday thru Saturday 9 to 6U
ORANGE PARK f FLA. 320)3) w- _
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NOVEMBER:: 21, 1974
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WADCOP scuttled /r.. u. rd

Jax-The Warrant Officer Associate Degree Completion Program
\ (WADCOP) has gone the way of the enlisted Associate Degree

k, Completion Program, according to a recent ALNAV message.
Those currently enrolled in college will be permitted to completetheir v,
studies, but those selected but not enrolled will not be able to
attend college under WADCOP.

Warrant Officers are eligible for the College Degree Completion
Program, which leads to a baccalaureate degree. Chief of Naval
Education and Training Instruction 1520-4 covers the College Degree
Program for officers.

Congress cut funds for the ADCOP and WADCOP programs after -

the Navy failed to justify the necessity of the associate degrees for a ..wurewr
senior petty officers and warrant officers.

Similar programs conducted by the Army and Air Force were
.
funded by Congress because they led to commissioned status. 1 1 IR n. -iTr I


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I. TRAFFIC VIOLATIONSThe iiJ It _


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following is a report of Going through Stop Sign 29 -
Motor vehicle accidents and DWI 0 ,
traffic violations for month to Other Violations 66 _

date: Nine drivers appeared before
,
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis their Commanding Officers. fiKSSaa'B iw *, 1 -- -

month 26 Disposition of the cases includethe Survey Committee talk the
MEETING OF THE MINDS-Members of the NAS Jax Wage over stepsthey'll
This month year ago. 52 following: full-scale Jacksonville area Department of Defense wage survey.
follow during January's
Total accidents this year 428 Two lost driving and parking Committee members are James P. Kavin, chairman; Donald E. Neel!, management member; I
Total accidents year ago 498 privileges aboard station for var. alternate management member; James A. Barry, labor member; Joseph
V. Geiger
Number of injuries this month 6 times; none assigned to complete Raymond alternate chairman.
labor member and Mary H. Selby,
Moore, alternate ;
Number of injuries this month motorcycle defensive driving

year ago NUMBER OF 6 dismissed course; four; admin.none article action; one 15- Retiring? Convert SGLI to VGLIAnyone I

MOVING VIOLATIONSThis UCMJ; twenty-two fined U.S. II. I
month 119 Magistrate; three warnings due to separate or retire bers leaving active dut>,. As of August I I. 1974 VGLI I became .

Speeding 23 given; eleven were military; from the Service soon should available and becomes ef
Reckless Driving 1 none dept. head counsel. Coverage of the SGLI continues
give some thought to replacingthe fective upon payment of the initial

Servicemen's Group Life Insurance without' further premium premium by the veteran

MOVING OUT SALE (SGLI) coverage which payment for 20 days after mili- Premiums for the VGl I coverage '
tary separation or retirement and
after
will terminate !shortly an will be payable directly to

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VGLI which would, become effectitre ( ). Persons going into the
I MOBILE HOME MARTIS has enacted
The U.S. Congress
t upon expiration of the 120- processing for !separation or retirement -

MOVING TO A N EW LOCATION SOON AND legislation to allow persons to day grace period. should contact the VA
WE'LL SAVE YOU MONEY IF YOU'LL SAVE US THE avail themselves of a new military
Medical qualification is waived for additional information assistance.
EXPENSE OF MOVING THESE MOBILE HOMES! insurance plan known as Vet-
when converting SGLI. Also the .
eran's Group Life. Insurance .! ...'.. -. .
SAVE NOW! SAVE BIG $ $ !! ; same' wailer privilege"i applies if -
(\(il.Enaltcd I) 1 by Public Law
conversion of the VGLI to a com.mercial
* yV2S9.:! \il.l I i is a low-cost, nonrenewable THE RPARTmenTl
policy is sought at the end
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A WOMAN'S SPACE IS IN THE KITCHEN of the five-ear-term WITH
BEAUTIFUL54X24 DOUBLE WIDE plan available! to all mem- IWlmminC Pool

2 BR, 2 bath completely carpeted In beautiful French -
Provo (urn. Double door refrlg. Electric magic touch AnD

range, dishwasher, garbage disposal. This lovely home Is GUITAR PLAYERS THE GOOD LIFE:
accented In beautiful Japanese ash paneling with lovely
FROM $140
ermine exterior. The magic touch of this beautiful home
will entwine the most rasporous of all mobile homes of. STUDIO ViIklhcjewoodRoad

fered. See this lovely beauty at 950 Cassat Ave. Financing .
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arranged on the spot. One only this will not last. 'k GUITARS J045 Jammel

* J : ',''(. r AMPLIFIERS fl- 10 minutes. Out from Jevelfsonville.

INSTRUCTION on San
Right
TAKE OVER PAYMENTS Blvd. Then
Lovely 65x12 nice 2 BR, front LR, payments only $96.37 .."rI Sales RepaIrs.Rentals Juan to Jammes.
--- Music & Accessories apartments.
to
mo. We deliver a set up. left call
... ., Info
v:%> :;:';011NINOI/I IOOYI IIO/OIOM01.11 11"'____ For comptete
* OPEN 7 DAYS-A WEEK TIL XMAS
'. ;:;.4aNC.: ::::QO cSsApvrnaeneeaew/aww .... I _,- 781-3818
U FIX IT SPECIAL
p----I 5225 LENOX AVENUE PHONE 781-1080 f
65x12-3 BR, 2 bath. Apache. Can be financed. Hurry this I Ir rMN.::: OtrerCorr
::::::._ (Across from Pizza Inn at Norman Mall) I a IN "
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won't last. Will deliver & set up.: _.".'. *R e?Oii'i.o.r. o

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$66.77 PER MONTH

Will get you a lovely 2 BR, mobile home delivered and set


up. * Mustang


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TAKE OVER PAYMENTS

1973 Keystone 56x12 2 BR, 1 bath, pymts $87.72 mo. Won't


last Hurry * MOBILE HOMES INC. ,

TAKE OVER PAYMENTSon
this nice 3BR, 2 full bath model. Just $700 down and 9940 ATLANTIC BOULEVARD
724.8188
payments of $123.34 per month. Immediate delivery I 1 BLOCK EAST 0" REGENCY
SQUARE)

BLANDING BLVD, ORANGE
PARK 264-0569
*
DOWN PAYMENTSSTART 4118 PHILIPS HIGHWAY
737-4366
AS $350 ---------
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$200 --------e-
PAYMENTS AS LOW AS l| MUSTANG< MOBIL HOMES INC. Tr"p|

$66.00 ::M: Issued 10 Telephone$200 i.*"g

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Atldress *lla.

MOBILE HOME I.I a. Only City State Zip m
MART Certificate !
BY
may b.
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the Purchase of a MOb,.I. Home used /Iowa GOOD UNTIL :=
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"Hats Off" to Barracks 543Jax CLINTON'S


--Barracks 543 turned out in force this month to give the NAS Blood Bank a
much needed "shot in the arm". AUTO SALES
Thirty-three of the barracks' 120 occupants donated to the account.
Donating were: SN R.H. Sellers, AA E.G. Church, AR A.Ryals, AA R.W. No. 2
Tackett,SN G.R. Bilbery,SA F.L. Prather,SA D.A. Odom,SA G.T.Williams, FA
J.W.Skelly,AA S.G. Hadden,AA R.M. March, AN D.W. Egbers, FA P.E. Faulk,
SR L.L. Mock.
AR S. Mosley, FA S.D. Pefley, AN L. Cannon, SA C. Geiger, FN R. Davis, HN
K.B. Coker, AA R.B. Rhue, SA R. Wright, AA J.S. Dooley, FA L.M. Carter, FA 6706 103rd STREET
R.C. Hunte, SA R. Chilton, ABH3 M.E. Keylor.
And,AA J.Dulaney,AA C Pardue, FA N.R. Richardson, SN B.W. Massey, SA Phone 772-1895
T.B. Phillips and SR R.S. Johnson.
Any command that thinks it can beat Barracks 543's 27 percent turnout is HOURS: 9-6 Monday thru Saturday
strongly encouraged to try.
73 NOVA HATCHBACKYellow

with Black Interior V-8, Auto-
Some thoughts from SECNAV. Trans., Alr-Cond., Power Steering, Power
Brakes, Extra Sharp Car.

Jax--The following message was received this week from the Secretary of the Was $345..NOW $2995
Navy:
"Throughout our nation's history, Americans have paused on ThanksgivingDay
72 BUICK ELECTRA
the one holiday that is purely American, to give thanks for the unique good (Limited)
fortune we have attained and the blessings we have received. Door HT. Navy Blue Auto-Trans, Power
"Again this Thanksgiving we are faced with many challenges to our survival, Steering, Power Brakes, AA/FM Radio,
but we acknowledge the blessings that have been ours as individuals and as a Power windows, power door locks, New
nation. Tires, Low mileage
"As the men and women of the Navy and Marine Corps pause to give thanks for
freedom that transcends adversity, I join you in counting the many blessings that Was $ &95... N OW $3495
God has brought our country.
"Best wishes to you and your families, and Happy Thanksgiving. 72 EL CAMINO I SS
Signed: J. William Middendorf, II
Secretary of the Navy CUSTOM Green with Brown Interior 350-V8,
... Auto-Trans., Air-Cond.,AM/FM Radio Disc.
BraKes, Rally Wheels, Vinyl Top, White
Tunnel Cover.

: Was $2S5..NOW $2495


T-; 69 RANCHERO .

Blue with Blue Interior, V8-Auto Trans,
s Power Brakes, Power Steering, Chrome
Wheels, White Letter Tires, White Tunnel
: ) I- j Ik Cover

Was $1 5..NOW $1095


i :.: ;) h. 68 CUTLASS (Olds)

Blue with Blue Interior 2-DR HT, Auto-
Trans, Air-Cond., Power Steering, Power
Brake AM Radio, White Tires

1i Was $ # ...NOW $795

l ;
68 PLYMOUTH Sta. Wag.Blue .

with Blue interior, Auto-Trans, Air-

I Condo $495


66 CORVETTE STINGRAY

CONV. Red with Black top 327-V8, 4Speed
Trans., Chrome Wheels

$2395

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67 CHEVROLET

4 Door Sedan GreenV-8, Auto-Trans Power
Sterring, Power Brakes *

$795
U.S. 17 SO. at I 1-295
ORANGE PARK
i Phone 264-9513 ;" BANK & CREDIT UNION

FINANCING ARRANGEDNOVE1MBER2TI1I1974
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1974
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I Commentary I


Both rates !!ain from CS-SD mergerBy

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rate in receive, it would seem that theSD's required the Navy to accept 15
Nick Young someone in the Navy community the SD rating and the low
of its
the better of percent input from
Jax-I, for one, will be pleasedto mentions the word, "Steward"? the CS rating.Reenlistment. were getting Black the
see a word lost from the Navy's Hopefully, this is the word that rates have affected the deal. Blacks community. Initially,
vocabulary as of January 1. leaves the Navy vocabulary the advancement potential. But one of the reasons for the were assigned as
Having worked with words for first of the year. Advancement as an SD has been low rate of reenlistment among Stewards. But as the number of
much of my Navy career and The Navy has announced that slow, and CS's have enjoyed the CS's has been the sea-shore Blacks climbed rapidly, by
during my five-plus years as a the Steward rating will be relatively rapid advancement. rotation situation that developedwith necessity opportunities were
in other
civil 1 servant, I am well aware combined with the Com- Overall stability should be accomplished the civilian contract opened specialties.The .
that the connotation of a word far missaryman rating into the Mess with the Mess messman program. Shore duty
surpasses its dictionary meaningat Management Specialist rating. Management Specialist, possibly billets were lost when CS's wereno post World War II era saw
times. The reasons for combining the slowing down advancement for longer needed to supervise the United States enlisting againin
What comes to mind when rates are many. There is a some and at the same time accelerating messmen. the Philippines even after that
someone mentions the word, shortage of Commissarymen advancement for !More Shore Billets country obtained its in-
"Stewardess" I'm sure we're and an abundance of Stewards.The others.If CS's will see more shore duty dependence. It was not until the
together on that picture. reason is the high rate of this were the only benefit billets available at BOQ's and an late 1960's that Caucasians were
But what comes to mind when enlistment by first termers in that personnel affected were to improvement in their situation enlisted for service as Stewards.
from that standpoint.
Additionally, CS's will be ableto
Little
gain valuable experience in ImprovementBut
BOQ assignments. Surely, improved training in the
rate and the input of a small
preparing meals in the dining
Justbecauseyoualhisetliesametailor number of Caucasians did little to
room concept of food operations
rather than in the dining hall improve the image of the ratingor
; doeso'tnieanyourcalltliesamc. the connotation of the word
concept is valuable. And administration "Steward". '
of the BOQ is like
administration of a hotel or motel
complex.But It is interesting to note the

to me the main advantagethat handling of last week's storyon the

+ .. the Navy will receive will be integration of the Steward and
: rt the demise of its final vestige of Commissaryman ratings by
racial discrimination. And the United Press InternationalUPI
Steward rating has carried withit ( ). The significant feature of
throughout the years a racial the news was the junior officersin
connotation.One the Navy (ensings through
lieutenant commanders) "will
can go back through Navy
policy and find that in the pre- have to get used to making (their

Y : World War II era Blacks could own beds."

4 -- only enlist if they had lived the The announcement of the

_.../' last ten years prior to enlistmentin change was accompanied by the
\ ;" the South, and then they could fact that junior officers would
:.r.... only be signed up as mess at- accept more responsibilities forthe'
tendants-the forerunner of the cleanliness and upkeep of
,.. Steward rating. their quarters.
Navy Lily WhiteIt
ItJ L was in 1911 that Josephus UPI's final paragraph stated,
Daniels then Secretary of the "Now .only: :'officers n.i1g:
Navy, reportedly said that he commanders and above will
was going to make,the Navy lily "rate FILIPINO stewards-tamaJre-
At BarnetUve hste.; Prior to that time 'Blacks their beds "for them:'* emphasis(
know that there
s a unique personinsideregwtationijnifomiyoiire hE J served in all enlisted mine) Again, the racial con-

i- 'At_fc.'tiL J'L:..._ .'. t _wearing*'. An4thatvhile. .you specialties without notation of the word, "steward"
lisi! *K1lff 1 1 discrimination But with the
retirement of a chief hospitalmanin It now behoves Navy officials
youlpdjip 1924, the last Black left the and the people in the Com
S&when ydifbatik atB netfew ljftelpybtitoiMttap \ Navy that wasn't a mess attendant missaryman and Steward
yourmoneyinvhateverAvayisthebesfwavforvou f ratings to effect a rapid and
n U i-te \ An agreement with the smooth transition into the Mess

everybody right and treating everybody the I Philippines on the enlistment of Management Specialty rating.
same. heir 1: young men into the US. Rapid and smooth are not
1I
The Bank on the Base. 1I I Navy started the influx of dichotomous terms. The tran-
I Filipinos into the Steward ratingn sition can be a smooth one and a
I the early 1900's. It wasn't until rapid one at the same time.

]1942 that the Secretary of War Different Routines

One thing that cannot be done-
.
.... ,
C' 'C iake4.all the. exCommissarymen -
you 'ca ;; : '
and switch

YOU DON'T HAVE TO HAVE A .;.,ere-.t.. ;;' : .ex-Stewards them to.the BOQ and and switch take them all the t to

the galley. Routines are different
and there are differences in the
POINT \ qualifications for each of the two

ratings. Every exCommissaryman -
will have to bear in mind
'
'
"< '; TO HAVE A / L- that he will be tested in the future
1; ., ". on qualifications that are new to
him And ex-Stewards will have

x the same problem.So .
POINTThepointis

it would seem that personnel
would seek the opportunity for
on-the-job training to enhance
their individual chances for
VETERANS '
arecomingto advancement.

JONES COLLEGE In ever increasing numbers,
A It would seem that there is no
? necessity for an individual to
WHY Inquire now and find out! report to a command and then

remain at the galley or the BOQ
for his entire tour.

I It! would seem fair and.
JONES COLLEGEMAIN equitable to provide each individual
dependent on numbers
assigned the opportunity to workin

both areas.
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But! most importantly.
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I IMP lands at "Eagles Nest -I IJax



The new P-3 maintenance decal shows a little guy called IMP. His rating is ADJ, AMS,
AMH, AE, AT and AO.
IMP stands for Improved Maintenance Program:a new program introduced to the Patrol aviation
community a year ago that's been on the drawing board for over three years.
VP-16 officially transitioned to IMP this month, becoming the first NAS Jax squadron to adopt the
new program.
LCdr. Chuck Picard, VP-16's former Maintenance Officer, played an important role in im Y4elkle
plementing IMP at the "Eagles Nest". K' r r ti r 1 YI
Squadrons using IMP have reduced their periodic inspection time and increased their operationalreadiness.
.
In the past, the Navy's maintenance program was based on the calendar, with the check crew
inspecting an aircraft every 26 weeks.
The Improved Maintenance Program bases its inspection cycle on the number of elapsed flight a
hours per aircraft.Certain critical safety items covered on the 26 week check are still included in the 4K. IAi.Mill
IMP system.Pre and post flight inspections and dailies are carried out in the original fashion.
IMP concentrates on examination of all equipment, installations and structure within a specificzone. e
.
Commercial airlines have been using the IMP concept successfully for many years. ..rw
According to Robert A. Barnard, Lockheed's Director of Product Support, "the program providesa Y
unique combination of savings,each of which is a significant factor in cutting operational costs. I
"The fuel saved annually-enough to fly 173 P-3s carrying five-ton payloads on a 5,600 mile round '
trip-will ease the constraints imposed on available fuel supplies."
The savings are based on 15 months of Navy experience with the new program, including tests at
NAS Moffett Field and operational experience.
Barnard said squadron records show that it had reduced its annual scheduled maintenance
manhours from 17,000 per year under the old calendar system to 11,538 under IMP.
IMP is now being implemented throughout the Fleet, with all operational and reserve P-3
squadrons scheduled to be using it by early next year.
Projected on aft annual fleetwide basis, the 79 percent reduction in "downtime" realized with the
new program will add 6,534 days of P-3C availability. ,
VP-16's IMP check crew includes: AMSC J. Stewart,AZ3 L.W. Bennett, AN S. Begley, ADJ2 S.
Meni, ADJ3 T. Williams, ADJ3 R. Poag, ADJ3 W. Smith, AMHAN R. Swain, AMS2 J.L. Warren,
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1974 JAX AIR| NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 9


I New stamps unveiled for holiday season I IJ


By Albert B.Close
WASHINGTON, D.C.-Most difficult are the yearly choices made
:: here for the U.S.A. Christmas stamp issues. The usual push and pull
Influences as to religious motif or secular theme have been resolved in
the past by using one or both in a pair of Christmas stamps.
This year there are three ten-cent stamps with three different
designs.One .
has a picture of a dove: the metal weather vane which George
Washington chose for his home in Mount Vernon Another has a
painting of an angel: detail from a 15th century French oil painting
hanging in the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. The
r:1
third stamp has a reproduction of a Currier and Ives print showing a
snow sleigh on the road in winter.
Perhaps, without realizing it,the Postal Service Stamp Committeeand
k I, the Postmaster General chose two of the oldest symbols in the
Judaic-Christian heritage: the dove and the angel.
Since the time of King Solomon, the dove has been the universal
symbol of peace.Angels appear in both the old and new testaments of
ANChhII:I) the Bible, always symbolizing God coming down to Man, giving a
:1 : message,warning him,waking him from sleep or lethargy, or saving
him from disaster.It .
'
I I 1C is a tribute to the U.S. Postal Service Stamp Committee and Mr.
: Klassen that they have chosen designs for Christmas stamps which
tend to UNITE Americans by what they have in common,rather than
I accenting what could be devisive.A .
:., ''"';"f'." ., U.S."first"is realized with the angel-weather vane stamp,as it is
4 _"Jtt precancelled and seU-adhesive for use on Christmas card mailings.We .
are fortunate enough to be in the Tampa postal district, which is
one of the five chosen for this experimental variation.
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And don't bother hurrying down to the matter when it arrives because we'll go :. ,

bank only to wait again in line to deposit ahead and automatically credit your account :' 2;

it. Let Uncle Sam do it. Sign up for on payday."r":

Only "Westside's" Direct Deposit of Govern- So sign up now. You won't have to

ment Checks service. It's free to both active wait, but you will have to hurry-if you

12 Minutes and retired military and federal employees want Uncle Sam to do it for you this com-

and it can save you a lot of time. You ing payday. :']

and won't have to about the exact date '" ,
worry ':'
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One either. Instead, Uncle Sam will send your Telephone:771-6160 MEMBER FDic .)


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I Select toys for age safetyIn -, j' .. 1-'J, ( l1N ..


an effort to reduce he( number parents no longer ha\e to bear the mouth \\ hen xou choose a luI'M

md the seriousness ur l inv- sole responsibility, for protecting!! an inlant or small child, select

related injuries,, the C InM Prolix their children. front unsafe lo\\. one t that:
t lion and I loSatctx Net teas put t their obligation remains to choose (.
i. too large to he swallowed.does ,
intuIrect: in .lanuarx ll)70.) l >ndor tots carel'ul" '1
not luxe detachable
this Att. the ('", ,,umer Product .Ihe Consumer Product Saletx
small parts that can lodgein
SalctCoininiNMon ha the Commission advises i parents selecting -
the windpipe, ears, or
aulhont) to remote and keep tovs to consider the sue
nostrils.
Iron the market Cols and other and age I ol each child; his dcteritx. \- .
j.. not apt to break easily into
children's articles with electrical, strength, and maturiu: and
small pieces or lease lagged
mechanical and thermal ha/ards the area' in which he. plats.Manx .
Since that lime oxer a thousand toxs which are safe for edges:
.does' not have sharp edgesor
: toys have been removed older. children can he dangerous
Irom the market under I ederal points. ; 1IISLV
in the hands of infants and. toddlers
,
has not been together
put
tosal'etx regulations I !hose retailers I Ihey just don't realm. that
with straight sharp
who i ignore the law and sharp points and edges are. halo pins
nails., that
wires etc. might
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continue to sell banned tots are ardous and that small piecesaren .
subject to prosecution Hut while t meant to he put in the. he easily exposed.;

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I JAX 86 HIGHLIGHTS )I IV.

By Judy Becker
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showed club members how to
Jax-NWCA Jax 86 wjll hold a make a terrarium and answered November has found the club
Christmas Bazaar on Thursday, questions about plants, flowers members preparing
Dec. 5 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at and gardening.Club Thanksgiving baskets for the
716 Enterprise St. members attending the elderly. Chaplain Mrs. Thomas LNAMIC

Mrs. Ray Shafer, Bazaar October convention reported on Wofford asks members to keep I ......
Chairman,says items on sale will the .
week's events. Mrs. Reginald collecting canned goods and -- --- -
include handcrafts, baked goods Berry, an honorary member of containers for Christmas
and white elephant items. Jax 86, was made an honorary baskets.
This month's club meetingswere member of the NWCA national The club members voted to hoursJaxThe
highlighted by guest organization and Jax 86 brought close the Not New Shop on changes
speakers and reports on the home a special award for havingthe Thanksgiving Day. Jax 86 will
National NWCA Convention. most members at the 'con- sponsor a game night that Navy Acute Minor Illness Clinic (NAMIC) will change to
Mr. Ed Bailey and Mr. Pete vention. evening at the clubhouse the daily appointment system on Dec. 9.
LaComb were on hand at the first Mrs. James Dietz attended the December's board meeting will Long waiting periods were cited as the reason for the change. In the
meeting to tell about the work meeting as a guest of Mrs. Joe be held Dec 2 at 7:30p.m.: at Mrs. past, most of the patients had reported to the Clinic at 7:30: a.m. or
and needs of Jacksonville area Moldoon and Mrs. Glen Travis Harry McAllister's. earlier.
USOs. Last Wednesday, hor- came as a guest of Mrs. Richard The next club meeting is Under the new system, appointments can be made for the same day
ticulturist Larry Dingman Lane. scheduled for Dec 4 by calling 772-2281 from 7:30: a.m. to 2:30: p.m., Monday through
Friday.
Patients are urged to be prompt and keep their scheduled ap
pointment. Those who arrive late may be rescheduled on an available
basis or rescheduled for another day.
NAMIC was started this past summer to provide patients, who have
general medical problems an opportunity to be evaluated and treatedas
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iTORRANCE'S KITCHEN



L Jax-The holiday season is upon us and with the holiday season for '
many families comes an abundance of left-over turkey. We dedicateour
column this week to helping relieve the backlog of left-over roast ;
'
turkey. I 1
Turkey and Noodles '
Four ounces noodles (about 2 cups uncooked)
V4 cup flour I
2 cups mushroom liquid and water '
2 chicken bouillon cubes ,
V4 teaspoon salt .
Pepper as desired :
l/2 teaspoon poultry seasoning
1 tablespoon chopped pimento
4-ounce can mushroom stems and pieces,drained and chopped
2 cups cooked turkey, cubed
3/4 cup shredded sharp process cheese
1/3 cup fine dry breadcrumbs
ax 1 tablespoon butter or oleo
jLI Cook noodles as directed on package; drain. tIn ,
INEW
a sauce pan, blend flour with a little of the liquid to make a paste. "
Gradually stir in remaining liquid. Add bouillon cubes and seasonings.
---- -.-,,- ------"" Bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Reduce heat to simmer; cook one
FOUR STRIPER-Chaplain Francis J. Urbano is promoted to Captain as Capts. Donald J. minute longer, stirring as needed.
I Childers (Left), NAS Jax XO; and Karl. J. Bernstein, NAS Jax skipper, tack on his new shoulder Add pimento and mushrooms to sauce.

boards. In a 2-quart casserole place half the noodles and half the turkey in
layers. Cover with half the sauce. Repeat layers.
I Why use unleaded gas ? Top with cheese; sprinkle with breadcrumbs; dot with fat.
Bake, uncovered, at 350 degrees (moderate oven) 30 to 40 minutes.,
Turkey Pie
The end is in sight for leaded which led the team to study the stations make unleaded gas avail. 3 tablespoons poultry fat, butter 2 cups cooked turkey, diced
gas nationally partly because a possible relationship between able by I July and that nationaluse V4 cup flour 1 2/3 cups cooked peas and carrots
joint study involving Rutgers and traffic density on streets where of leaded gas be reduced by 1V4 cups chicken broth' Pastry for top crust ;
the New Jersey College of Medicine these children lived, and the lead 50 percent by 1975. Thus many 1 cup milk 1 cup flour
and Dentistry uncovered content in their blood. 1975 automobiles are equippedwith IVfc teaspoons salt teaspoon baking powders ;

atmospheric lead as an importantsource Considered as a whole, 35 per- restricted gas tank fillers teaspoon pepper % teaspoon salt ._
of poisoning in the blood cent of the children had levels of necks allowing the use of unleaded l/4 teaspoon poultry seasoning, 1/3/ cup shorteningif
desired IVi to 3 tablespoons water
of children.A lead in the blood that approachedthe gas only and catalytic
minimum to be called "poi converters to reduce further exhaust Melt fat for the filling in a saucepan; blend in flour. Add broth, milk,
emissions.The and seasonings. cook stirring constantly, until thickened.Add .
team of doctors from these! soning. Examined from the
turkey and vegetables heat thoroughly.For .
;
institutions became curious about standpoint of nearness to traffic research team studying
the pastry, mix flour with baking powder and salt. Mix in fat
the reason for the lead contentin 32 percent of the affected children blood lead content is now focus until mixture crumbly.Add a little water at a time, blending lightly.
the blood of 5,226 Newark, lived less than 200 feet froma ing on the possible influence of Dough should be just moist enough to cling together when pressedinto
New Jersey, children. Previous roadway. More than 57 percentof lead on learning ability suggest a ball.
off-the-cuff analysis had impli children residing within 100 ing that test scores might be Roll dough on a lightly floured surface; shape to fit top of 9-or 10-inch

Fated only chips of peeling lead feet of the roadway) had high correlated with the distance piepan.Make a few small slits near the center. -f,
paint, being eaten by the ki ung- blood-lead levels. r student" live from highways that Pour filling into piepan; top with pastry. Turn under edges andpress ,
have high density automobile firmly to pan. 1
into hunch These
sters. Curiosity grew a findings played a significant
exhausts. Bake at 400 degrees (hot oven) 30 minutes, or until browned.
role in the report of the

V,S. Environmental Protection

Agency which !set up regulationson FREE DRAWINGHELD
automobile emissions incorporated
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3. MecHonsoffcn occu\, in the
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emerged, a
m mI Jax-Tbousands of)years ago as primitive man 4.. Pressure on nerve branches
new age in history began. he pitted himself pam. may caUSe n ilgia-type _
and clever as
Early Man was strong 5.False teeth, (dentures
against animals in order to survive.\ His diet was coarse and teeth. )can seldom be Worn ov impacted : : .. _
unrefined and necessity his teeth and jaws were powerful and
6. Impacted teeth
cause
large. weakening of the ja ne and
sometimes lead to fractures
of the
r. Through' centuries of evolution\ and civilization a vast changein 7. Tumors are sometimes found jaws when in'' {occurs.i _
Man's diet and life style) has taken place. No longer is it pacted teeth. Several instances of around the i of im--
necessary for survival to have\ teeth strong enough to chewrough Cancer) have been reported Carcinoma form of
arising
d A foods and raw meat. Our foods are well refined and 8. Crowding and from impact [teeth.
overlapping of
; i ) (diets require much less chewing efficiency than in the past.Asa been reported from impacted wisdom f front teeth h has quentlytensive _i, _c
'_ ,. has much smaller jaws and teeth than his teeth' -
result, today's man Often times, symptoms do not
: / primitive\ ancestors did. damage has been done by the impacted develop u un''

; As jaws grow smaller,there is often too little room for all 32 older, bone becomes harder and more tooth.dense As, pie grow tooth i
adult teeth and many third molar teeth or "Wisdom Teeth" removal much more difficult in the mature adult t v g :
become crowded' \ and fail to erupt. Statistics also indicate that people. Ideally, impacted teeth are most easily |noved in young in ; !
slightly> more than 10 percent of today's third molar teeth are people between the ages of 18 and 25>'ears. | :

totally missing from the jaws..nature'sway of eliminatingexcess. Modern techniques, medicines, and equipment a' made
25 percent of all third molar teeth never erupt but are wisdom tooth removal much simpler today .
|the past. .1
present and solidly lodged in the jaw bones(impacted). Hospitalization is seldom required to remove$ eeth and : ;
Years of experience have proved that unerupted (impacted) most are extracted under local icsthesiaused ___ : i11r
teeth should be removed at an early age to assure the dental in the oral surgeon's' office.Relaxing medicatio ii 4 i.t i.
health of the patient. frequently to make anxious patients comfortable 1 at ease. r t
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What% complications may arise from impacted teeth if they At some point in the distant. future,man will U i io a wisdom A .." .j''
--- are not removed'? teeth.They will have disappeared due to lack ofn J i,just as >,>;
1.The crown of the impacted tooth presses against the root man's little toe and appendix are becoming smalltime Mil that ,
of the good tooth ahead causing damage and pain. when wisdom tooth troubles will be gone i irer, an !
L 2.Cysts) frequently grow around the impacted tooth,causing understanding of the need for early removal of< am teeth
destruction and weakening of the bone. will be of benefit to most people for better!> dental I
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': ,.,. :.,t;: dom Tooth

I .'. Ih I The Wis 01 -

3 3. Infections often occur in the
.. By Dr.M.S.Burch tooth. area aroundJ erupted
man emerged, a
Jax-Thousands of years ago as primitive 4. Pressure on nerve branches
lIt may cause n lieu giatypepacted
new age in history began. himself pain
I.I I.f I. against Early animals Man was in order strong to and survive.clever His as diet he was pitted coarse and teeth.5.False teeth, (dentures)can seldom'be wornov
and
unrefined and of necessity his teeth and jaws were powerful 6. impacted teeth cause weakening of the fe
large. sometimes lead to fractures of the jaws when !
Through centuries of evolution and civilization a vast change 7. Tumors are sometimes found around the In 23
in Man's' diet and life style has taken place. No longer is it pacted teeth. Several instances of Carcinoma
necessary for survival to have teeth strong enough to chew Cancer) have been reported arising from imD'' '
f rough foods and raw meat. Our foods are well 1 refined and 8. Crowding and overlapping of front teeth S
diets require much less chewing efficiency than in the past.. Asa been r reported from impacted wisdom teeth
result,today's' man has much smaller jaws and teeth than his Often times, symptoms do not develop until' .j.jI
primitive ancestors. did.. damage has been done by the impacted tooth As I
As jaws grow smaller,there is often too little room for all 32 older, bone becomes harder and more dense IL
"Wisdom Teeth"become removal much more difficult in the .
adult teeth and many third molar teeth or mature adult t to
crowded and fail to erupt. Statistics also indicate that people.Ideally, impacted teeth are most easily I
slightly more than 10 percent of today's' third molar teeth are people between the ages of 18 and 25 years.
totally missing from the jaws..nature'sway' of eliminating Modern techniques, medicines, and equipment e made
excess. 25 percent of all third molar teeth never erupt but are wisdom tooth removal much simpler today than t1le past.
present and solidly lodged in the jaw bones (impacted). Hospitalization is seldom required to remove th th and
Years of experience have proved that unerupted (impacted) most are extracted. under local esthesiain
teeth should be removed at an early age to assure the dental the oral surgeon.s office.Relaxing medicati re used
health of the patient. frequently to make anxious patients comfortable a at ease.
What complications may arise from impacted teeth if they At some point in the distant future,man will ban 10 wisdom
are not removed? teeth. They will have disappeared due to lack of D itman's J,just as
1.The crown of the impacted tooth presses against the root little toe and appendix are becoming smaller Jntil that
of the good tooth ahead causing damage and pain. time when wisdom tooth troubles will be gone ever, an
2. Cysts frequently grow around the impacted tooth,causing understanding of the need for early removal of wi ora teeth
of the bone.. will be of benefit to most people for better dental he
destruction and weakening i
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I Five Acre Clause important to land buyers I


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passed the communities
weekend vacation house developers. Congress
or -Existence of any liens on the
Full Dis-
Land Sales
for the whole family. Interstate
Act in 1968. If you ever property
closure
A retirement home away -Availability of recreational
intend to buy land promoted for
from the
city.
facilities and related costs or assessments -
We dream of these get-away- recreational, retirement or invest-
to you, the buyer,
be interested
will -
from-it-all places-in the mountains ment purposes, you -Availability of sewer and
of the
at the shore or in the coun: in some provisions and electricity,
water services, gas
try. Over the years, many peopletry law: _Soil and foundation condi-
to save a little extra cash to e First of all, virtually any
in
tions that could cause problems
buy a piece of land for that spe- land developer who is selling or
construction
cial dream house. leasing 50 or more unimprovedlots
Number of houses currently
of under Five acres each is
For many 'persons, however,
their required to furnish you with a occupied in the development
savings buy disappointmentsinstead
medical
Availability of schools,
detailed
of dreams. According to property report giving
and shopping facilities and
the Office of Interstate Land information about the land you

considering. Insist upon receiving public transportation,
Sales Registration in the Depart- are
Probability of receiving clear
ment of Housing and Urban De- a property report and
title to the land when you have
velopment, "Thousands of people study it before you buy. The prop-
2 for it,
ill every week are being misled or erty report, represents one of your paid
other features about
cneated when buying lots for rec- primary sources of protection under Many
law.Second. the land of importance to you in
the
r reational, retirement or invest-
LY 'I. ment purposes." e the property report deciding whether to buy.

woJE wusnlNol'PiN6 e Third, the prospective buyer
( Because it heard so many con- must tell youDistances
should be that not all
and aware pro-
paved
1AN1 sumer complaints about questionable over
)R motional land sales operations are
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sales practices by land unpaved roads in neighboring
'" the law. There
covered by are cer-
tain situations for which the stat

ute allows exemptions, and there

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workhouse 17X60 3BR (trailer with 2 lots on S.ml.i I ,-kiv,>r, ca IOUXI7.sepln I lull. ) "S P Y S" Action Drama,

JANITORIAL 37X16 ,addition CH&A. J20.000. 'Links installed', Vinnn' loiesl I. Monday. n..('. :2 Starring Donald Sutherland and

Part & Full time, days 8AM 4PM S21,000 FHA, VA, BPP phone 7/2 2/IH or 241. 10.11 "MONTH WAI. II" Western Klliol: ) Gould; "PG" ((128 min. )

Nights 4:30PM 10PM S days a week Immaculate 3 bedroom masonry Starring l.t.t'! Marvin and Jeanne Friday flee Ii i i'BRIAN'S
paid holidays Apply hanger 101 W. tncd, appliances Normandy Village l L RENTALSJAX ( "
Moreau. "P(; ((99 min.>)> SONG" Drama,
ROYAL SERVICESor S30.000FHA, VA BPP
3BR Dec.: Starring James Caan and
7BA enormous lamily Tuesday Billy
call main office 3552741. room BEACH TOWNHOUSEVisla
with bar CH&A Oak Hill Del Mar on
I r MISCELLANEOUSLIVE $22,000 FHA VA BPP model. sec airily iiiMrd. phone Comedy Starring Stacy Keach. Saturdav.lh',7

Buy some ot the cosmetic month' lor, surgery the man I who on ohis(,Indo 241 I OOIV or :IHH9HH6. Frederic Korrcsl and Margot "KANSAS CITY BOMBF.R"Action :

CRABS 3BR home with' ,t large lamily room WINNEBAGO Kidder. "U" (96 min. ) Drama Starring Racquet

Willord'sF-iShC.nnp: t26.SOOFHA.VA, BPP 1125 Mo., 2Hk c .' months rent for Wednesday, |)cr. I Welch and. Kevin McCarthy

264 9707 3BR ?BA l.tmily. room eat' in 10.11. deposit Call anytime Vans.tndl' kealEstate. "TIIK: CKISSOM: tAN<:" "PG"; (WJ! min )

dining room Normandy Village 389 JSI91BEDROOMFURN
t74.SOOFHA.VA. BPP I I
FURNACE REPAIR & SERVICE
3HH VBA ii.iraqo." cenl heal all
Wall & Space healers, heal pump, I APT.
appliance. Cedar Hills
Tyler's Heat & AC, 388.S16I. Near N.is Cecil, Pool AVlil.lbh'lR QUESTIONS
530,S00 F H A, VA, BPP
month 711 OJ.IKI
3BK I' ..nA. brick family room,
..'

RESTAURANT sell going out EQUIPMENTMust ol business all CH8.A 129,900 ROILING FHA HIUS V A, BPP I MOBILE HOMES | ABOUT LOANS?

reasonable, good buy like new cond., 3HR 7UA i.irun| brick. CH&A, 2
lull lay out for Sandwich or Short yrs old 01 I (PWOOD

order restaurant 246 6336 or 246 8383.BUSINESSOPPORTUNITY BPP IS THE HOME WARRANTY JUSTISSTRAILERPARK
PLAN THAT COVERS THE 1 Qtr Mile No. of NAS clean modern WE'LL ANSWER THEM.No

HEATING AIR CONDITIONING trailer and apts 389 3007 .


Retiring Soon How ciboul ., nice loot! SYSTEMS PLUMBING PLUS& BUILT ELECTRICAL.IN AP. NEAR REGENCY BEACHESI ( names. No sales pitches,)

ice cream business in in area Tree ol PLIANCES FOR nc cI l lot K. Mobile Home. W W carpel,
ONE FULL
YEAR
competition? A lurn key oper.ilion AT NO COST TO YOU.HEAVENER many xli.is, (,1111'1'18710. alter SPM/
not a Ir.incrme. lor 511,000.lox 317. REALTY Mon I I" or All clay Sal 8. !Sun Before you borrow there may bo questions wcthin| on

Atlantic HcYKh, I'la, 3723JGEORGE'S MLS387 1129 BPP your mind about payments, rates, .inylliiruj For quick,

WE BUY ANDSELLGOODUSEDMOBILE courteous answers, call us today Wo won't ask your nameor

KENNELS SELLER TRANSFERRED TO MICH. Phone 388.4419 HOMES talk shop unless you want us to.

WW AC, IbId '
carpel I'HA home
Dogs A Cats Boarded Dial FinanceWe
kit .
equip dr.iprs metal shed only
Since 1925. Grooming, framing & B & J MOBILE HOME SALES
3yrs old quick move in. VA $71SCO don't went you to like us just for our money.
shipping. Visitors welcome. 3138 Phillips Hwy 398 8976
JACK, FOREHANDCORP. 40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 e
Bankamencard & Maslercharge New &! Used homes. spec ',ll cll'" oiiivlslo
honored. Oil I 110 near Cassat Ave. & Realtor.M.L.S 771 8866 !the military See Hill Vi-nion ( CO11SN 5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895
Located on 103rd Street
Edge wood Ave. Between Cecil Feld & NAS krlire'l l We .il-.o till! 'IOWIIKI, ,ind 4721 San Juan Ave. 384-2314 (
SOBS Edgcwood Court 783-147 .IIC liar iiiq'
1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764.2583;

OAK HILL PARK SPECIALAll GOVERNOR MOBILE HOME Sleiman Lone Star Center
SINGER ZIGZAG:
brick beauty. JIIW I''HA' I Id. Walt |II i i ,u re 101. IHk l I' ,"A. partly
6681 Rd. 724.9555
Jusl pay balance 568.70 or assume Arlington
BIRO rrlrig CH&A.! W W carpel lulu' A IIH>S old slnppini) out, must
S9.40
month payments Absolute!
per
loads ol closet & slor.KMsp.if' f i>i<>ycookools sell!I. W I MIS'
one ol Singer's many line sewing in your own lik 'III. "/'.'>(1() VAr.&hh aViOS
machines, late model. Automatic
JACK. FOREHAND CORP. .'77PENTHOUSETI7X70HkV r
;bobbin winder jig .'
: zaqs designs
Realtor L.S. 771 8866 / lllA. 1'.1) nil fMihluii' flVHS
appliques, embroiders, etc Will t.'kp Located on 103rd Strict Norm.MKly... lot :;|SHA UI'/ Big Chief Say: \
trade Phone 731 0255, ask 'for Credit Between Cecil Field 8. NAS
Manager Will deliver, no obligation

ALL BRICK new 'motor 63CADILLACHr.ind omplelely irebuillti COME GETWORLD'S

STEREO COMBINATION IMk Home, WI h| inn sip I OK.I "-.11
Turntable, amphMu-r roteivrr, 2 in kit l I'| hk ill\ w ,Ir,.,",. 171,000 I ( UI. Stall or best oiler 746:1006: BEST

spciikrrs. Excellent Condition, $IS I IIA or VAJACKV

764 5632 anytime FOREHAND CORP. '69 FORD FAIRLANE

Realtor MLS, ill 8866 IDk At exc < Kent (condition 1 TIRE BARGAINS
Located on 103rd Street
NEED YOUR HOME PAINTED? 76I64SSI970FORD
Between Cecil Field 8 NAS
FREE Estimates.

Interior & exterior painting hrnson & NEW LISTING 24,000 MILE GUARANTEE
Forrest, 771 5464 or 778 3421 tteli.tblc. like, the I/O Cl I engine, complete' except (
You'll like 'the house you'll .
Sober. & Kc street you'll lov- the prici3BH 7.\11\

II ,HA \IH.'>()()

WANTEDOld JACK V. FOREHAND CORP. iIT1Ik4I.:1: : ::
UP, NO CASH NEEDED
Lawn Mowers that you ore going Realtor M L.S. ill t 8866 /
I m.incmg arranged lor low mo.
to throw away or gel rid ol Will Pi,, k Located on 103rd Street
pymls Good dependable used tars, a
Up 764 62S4.I Between Cecil Field & NAS 1
good !selection. Jill! 6422. AND IMPORT GARS /


I L REAL ESTATE | PLEASANT NO CASH NEEDED
',urruundingscaridfor'113k Home in : a
,it.111. I'M/ 1'0nl.,11'1 or low mo pymK
Orli-q.t Hills qre.ilrsl buy in aid
TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo IHH 61/7
\; .'>00 call l xliy lor dcl.nlsJACKV ..
up to twenty acre Tracts I S mile
FOREHAND, CORP.
radius Cecil, Field & I 1295 \7.000 00 to t
Realtor M L.S "I 8866 NO CASH NEEDED 550XI2..513.95600XI2..514.95
13,00000 per acre Pric.cMl' far Located on 103rd Street MS Musi,ing, exlr.i sharp new p.nnl, 1
below near lulure values, Call Tony ,
Between Cecil Field & NAS ''>'''> or low mo pymts IHH A4V/; .
George, 389 5S14, Eve 77i 1916 520X13 $15.95
.,
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WYNNE REALTY FLORIDA 4
Realtors Specialist MAKE OFFER SMALL DOWN PAYMENT c /560X13 ...... $16.95
On 'this IHW I' ;HA home w.d..n. 1'1111! () U.irt( "WillI'|>'r. 1DR( III I. A( Ii 560X14 517.95
AC unit. buy equity 8. .....
r.mgr. n Ing harp \I/'/', or low inn "pyinlMH ;a
BY OWNER mov m "today 64/7 t .: .560X15.600X15 .....$15.95 4
3UW kit & Dn Combo spar arias kit JACK V. FOREHAND CORP. '
...... $18.95
.
.. '" 8866
w lots ol cabinets, many "''r.. Realtor M L.S. I XN1' 1 X LI .I.I ,' .. :
Dialed at 3WJ5 HV"ClOlh77100 Located on 103rd Street I I Xo J PIUS

No Closing' Cost 781\ 591V, Between Cecil Field B NAS \ FROM $1.10 TO $2.05 F.E.T.

$ ><,
FOSHEE REALM OAK HILL A5SARv '
non ol .dr..... Ill Id 4' 1 250101
Immediate cash for your equity ( emir lol >w lo.nl' & /r ''' WHITI SIDE WALLS
too large or loo small I HA.flosi to M.IVA. Sc honk LOJV 1

188 1411 art'.."- ;III" all '".""'. 11.1' ''A'-.*" careened
? 1 'mtnl" 'Isf CIJunl"

tISO. CLOSING COST bh porn h \7l.MK( CORP Cuvintetf ghost t il Iud awards lor lilt lid 01 the oiifinil titid II tut larit wt will ittut

No Down on VA Mlg ink plus extra JACK MLS V. FOREHAND. 111.8866': 44 option itpan it litt or ttplut it.chrnlnl, lor the tread WUI 011 pit ate tkjic ol

room. HikO, & rang new carpet 8. Realtor Located on 103rd Street Si the orient' price plus t InCur

paint very very nice tir'-a 123,000 Cecil Field & NAS jntttt,("nsl w" out lor t vpetilied lumber ol miles II Iced ejfJ out M this. pellGd.'
VANSANDT REALTOR, 389.3549 Between wt tilt, replace It Char!m| lor miltat used I'a proata shirt ol the tlll".1 t puce plus t tCommtrcijl tu

PRIME CUT thirlet eicludtd 44

BLACK CREEK Lg 3BR honv. In choice. neighborhood .

4 ....n.... noil on wide & prettiest part Conv to bases, shopping 8.

of Creek High and dry, no Hooding schools Includes M r R eat 'en kit

l'iVfi\ W BIRO, intnrd ,bk yd. an A I horn. i

al' $73,500.
SEE THIS V. FOREHAND. CORP
(1\1"!//.,,,,. firth risi".. 1HW I' UA Realtor.M.L.S.JACK lit "**

.HIMO, mmtr.r... m'.'- Moor plan, Located on 103rd Street COMPANY 44

:>'..VXj V1.. I HA Between Cecil Field 4 NAS TIRE

JACK. FOREHAND, CORP r.
1
Realtor MLS ill "**
'Jo'f"6IOFF .
Located on I0)rd Street LUXURYMOBILE HOME ./' jt 44

Bi.twi-cn Cecil<< Field ft NAS | kingsi/c w Walk in closet, W NAND: sb SAY GrAY ,

7HW// '.h.ig carpet thru out. W&D ron AWAY 11220 LEM TURNER RD.
LOT FOR SALE Small equity orrefininc" FrlOMGCO,1fHfO
sec
"iiirvittoi, I r.:..t MfJ 4Mi oil '.M' II n.'f;ii jnMust r.cttWayneorBecky at,7864y1 ,

ViI I/',' onr gill fin. n'"' M-M off'-r t pleas" 1.,11 Again
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.".",...""W .;,.,...." .."..,,.......,, ..",..."W ..,....""""""W '.., ..,,"w."''' ..,,'..,,..,,'..,,''''..,,''w / 1973 Harley Davidson white 74 extra full For Sale 6 1965 Chevy standard truck shift with
dress. burgandy w- Camper, Cyl.
lights. In excellent condition. Good condition. 43,000 miles.
THE FleeT MARKET Contact: PN1 Ken Sterling Ext. $700.00 body excellent Ext. 3709

A FREE PERSONAL WANT SERVICE 2767 2768. Home 284.9350 after 5
for Military and Civilian Employees of NAS Jill and NAS Cecil Field p.m. Two Brand New Concorde Tires,

L60-14, $75.00. Phone 771-2961
.------ ------ ---------- ---1t- .,
For Sale: DT 250 A Yamaha. 5500

: FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM I miles. $650. Call Ben at 264-0187 70 Road runner 383 4-speed, many

extras. Excellent condition. $1300or
I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) i 65 BUICK ELECTRA Excellent best offer. Phone 771-2961

I Condltion-Loaded-5500 Ph 264- :

3718 1968 Mustang Conv. Rebuilt
I ..........
Engine, AM-FM Radio AC PS,
LOT for Sale. 65.182 Ft. on Dunns Automatic top Excellent. $1000.

I Creek Palatka Interested Call Patterson 329 or 786-0006

264.1737 after 5pm

For Sale 1965 Plymouth Valiant.
I TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW PORTABLE TYPEWRITER w-
Slant Six Like new tires, new
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. :s Case $25 or offer considered 771-
I battery. 21 to 22 Mpg. $350.
I 3211 Ext 8134 Mon thru Frl 9-2 Ask Patterson 329 or 786-0006
'
for "Agnes"

I Name Office or activity to which assigned I Remodeling Sale: Must Sell 24"
Newly reupholstered olive green Tappan Elec. range, Penncrest
I I COUCH-$50 Baby bed & Mat- Custom Port. Dishwasher. Both 4

I Rank.Rate or Grade Work Phone No.I. Signaturemust I tress-Antique Marble-Childrens years. old, excell. Cond. $100.00
books, clothing, firescreen &
I I ea. or best offer 264.5897
Advertising, will be accepted only from active provide all information requested ie: Full tools, tires 264.1948 .
u I military or civ.lian; employt-e: personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I
I.H. Scout 4-W Dr.
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field his signature grade or rank rate, office or activity For Sale 64
to which he is assigned and office telephone. This I 8mm MOVIE DEVELOPING RH, Good tires 4.0 cond. $695
I 2. Free advertising in the "rleeT. I MARKET" information is for authentication only and your ad I Equip-New-Half Price Call 387- best offer call 772.2428 Home 264-
will be limited to;: Offers to buy sell or rent housingfor
I should be worded independently of this information 2346 anytime .
personal use as a residence offers to buy or sell I 8726
personal property offers of requests for rides tot
I ; or in
S. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear I '
and from work announcements of educational the following edition, is MONDAY NOON Ads 1967 HARLEY 65cc MOTORCYCLE -
courses offered by non profit organizations or I
arriving after that date will be placed in the $75 Call 786.4151 .
I governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted Stereo record player Console
following week's edition. Ads will be run only onetime I
only if the words "PCS" (for military), or Model 3-D sound by Pennys. $35.
I unless re submitted as prescribed above.
I Room AIR COND. 5000 BTU $40
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the New condition. 771-3316
I Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the .. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I Call:I Helgemo 3063
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied
I "Flee MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR
I
by the word "Free"
I NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot providetypewrit.rs VW TRIKE 36hp engine, Honda For Sale 1972 Yamaha XS2 Four
3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the or typing services for advertisers. ,
end Fla. Sticker
front Inspect. Stroke 650cc Engine Ex Cond.
which will be printed
I "Flee T MARKET" ad form I
in each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No dependable, attention getter, $500 with luggage carrier Mirror &
I will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I cash or trade, call 786-0607 after tool Klt.$800.00 771.0913

I accepted. I 5:30:
4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee T
I MARKET" Editor. CO JAX AIR NEWS. Bldg 1, .. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I
and for 15
Auto Harp cover sale
NAS Jacksonville. Jacksonville Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above I 72 CEASAR PALACE-2 Bdrm 1
OR requirements will be rejected. The publisher Bath, unfurnished-targe yard keys good condition. Call 264-6652
I "Fltt T MARfET": Editor co AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I washer-dryer hook-ups-wet bar best offer.FANTASTIC.
I 111, NAS Cecil Field. Florida. 32215. These forms
-----------1 wwc, Cent. heat. $1200 and
J---is- fs -- ie is -- --is is is-.
assume payments. Fran 2954 or
OFFERI! 1974

772-9811 Corona Deluxe 4 door 4 speed,

19" TV, Excellent Condition only Refrigerator 18 CU. FT. Mon For Sale: : Bell & Howell 960 Slide Portable Typewriter $25 or offer AC, H, radio, beautlfutLconditon.

1 year old. & Repaired 8' Surf tgomery Wards Excellent Cond. projector/ Remote control & considered 771-3211 Ext 8134 Best offer, after s'p-m.778-4027:, :
.......... /*
board 778.2229 $50. Firm, paneling, Lt. Oak 3- Auto. Focusing. 4.100 capacity Mon thru Fri. 9.2 Ask for
16, New $2.25 Sheet (I have I il I slide drums included, $50 call Ens "Agnes" Slivertone Automatic Record

WANTED: Ford or Chevy Van. Sheets) 781.8849 Pritchett VW-4 Ext. 3918 after 4 .......... Player 4 speeds, walnut cabinet
Camper P.U., '68-'70, Good to 778-0644 For Sale Mobile Home 12x65 & speakers. Like new, perfect for

excl. cond. 6 cyl or small! V-8, Honda 750 for sale 72 model in Expando 3 bedroom 2 bath take Christmas $75. Call 264.4754

RMC Lynn 772.3473 top condition with extras.Asking For Sale: 3yr. old top loading over payments or refinance no
$1250. Call Frank at 771-2883 Kitchenaid Dishwasher Excellent equity 778-1538 For Sale; : 24' wide Magnolia

For Sale Simmons Hide-A-Bed. Condition and Great Buyat ...,...... Mobile; Home, 3 br. Fam. rm.,
$10 call: Ens. Pritchett VW-4 din. rm., 2 bth central: h&
To Give away, refrigeratorneeds Equity Buy Orange Park Bel-Air 1973 Kawasaki 500 2700 miles. ac.
front door Latch, Can; Area, Large lot, 2 Baths CH&A Ext. 3918 after 4, 778.0644 $900 Sears storage shed 9'x10' $75, (unfurnished) On a 100'x150' !ot,

anytime after Friday noon. Call Ail!! built-ins' 2 car garage, owner 12403 Schmitt Ct. (off NormandyBlvd. take over payments. 786.2701

264.1692 seiling.: Ph. 772-2940 before 3 p.m. Maytag Portable Washer and .) 781.1396'For
Di Folco Dryer Ideal for couple $75. Phone \.
...:.....
For Sale: 2 wheel hand carts $10 ........;.. 778-0767 Sale :AKAI) GX1800D Reel to 73 Peachtree Mobiie Home

each, Swivel! Stool $10, Single bed For Sale double bed and 2 twin Reel Tape Deck. Brand New 12'x70', 2 bedroom's, front & rear

with mattress & box Springs $25. beds like new or will trade for Girl's 26" Schwinn Middleweight never been used. Call 771-3211 2 bathroom's front & rear central -

772-7305 sturdy bunk beds good condition bike in very good condition $45 Ext. 8376 ask for Ottem. heat living room & Kit. Call
282.4618 room air purifier, $5; folding after 5:30: p.m. 786.1786

FOR SALE: Baby Crib Cail after music stand, 150. 731.4571 1973 Pontiac Bonneville, AC, AT, .......... .

5:00: Sat. or Sunday 387-1850 For Sale 1968 VW $695 Good R&H Cruise .Control, 30,000
Condition & See For Sale: 1968 Olds' Cutias. Has Chest 3 drawers $15, Nursery
Transportation miles. Needs some body work.
72 Ford Van. 6 cyi., 3 speed, at 4751 Lexington Ave PH 388-7437 AC, New Brakes, Recent Tune- Sell as is for $2,950,181.5904: aft 5 amp new sti. in box $8, Full size
paneled, carpet. $2500 67 T-Bird up. Good Condition. $700.00. Call mattress & box spring $35. Tiffany

4 dr. $650.00 will talk trades. 771- For Sale: By Owner 2'/2' Acres ((8 after 3 p.m. 778-3812. For Sale 1970 Viceroy Mobile style .amps new $15 each,
Ross AM-FM
8848 or 2516.2517. Chief Car. iots) Golden Gate Estates Naples Home 12'x65' 2 Br. 1 Ba., Furn Portable Radio new
For Sale Baby Crib $25. High In box orig. $30 set $18. 771-1184
penter. Florida PH. 388.7437
Cent. Air & Heat. Exc. Cond. Call
chair $5, and Baby Play pen $15.
MacClenny 259.6803 or Jax 724-
Transferred Must sell 1973 Free To Good home 4 year old, For more information call 778- 8245 after 5:30'
Honda CB100. Excellent, Con Mixed Breed. Female Dog 0329 1969 27' fiberg.ass Chriscraft twin

dition. Economical Trans (Spayed) Mostly Cocker Good 1970 Nova 6 Cly Auto $700. Call 307 engines, head, galley, electric
portation $350. Call Chief Whiteat with Children Phone 264.0047 For Sae 5,000 BTU Air Conditioner Hermann Ext 437 or 354 refrigerator approved Coast

3593 or 771-3379 $50 11,000 BTU Air .......... Guard safety package fully
18' Cobia Cabin Cruiser 85 HP Conditioner $110. and a electric equipped. Te.: 743.0315Home( ):

For Sale Solid State AM-FM 8 Johnson, :Tilt Trailer and Com side wa.k Edger $15.00, for more 13 inch White wall tire for sale 246-5731 (Work)

Track Hook Up and Record p.ete Accessories $24.00 Phone information ca.. 778-0329 less than 600 miles $20 or best

Player Oustanding Condition 771.0412 offer ext 8134 ask for Day
Ca. 772.8735 For Sa.e Bess.er. Topcon SuperD ..-...... (Continued on page 17))

1972 Penton (Street Legal and with 28 mm., 50mm, 135mm .

For Sale Kodak Camera Never Registered) with 3 rai. Bike lens many extras ca.. K.eber2l45 Now Looks/ New
Been Used Pocket Smile Saver Trai.er $400 384.1185 after 5 p.m. or 2146 $425 Sounds/ New GJrsiv /

Kit Call 772.8735 1969 Ford 34 Ton Camper Specia, WHAT? NEW? IVERYIHING NtVViI !

with lift. fu..y se.f.contained Adding Machine Sears, new, I THE FAt QUf
sti.. in carton. Se.. $50 I
,
I camper. Ca, 772 3395 ask for
For Sale 2 Brand new heavy Room 325.Garage Typewriter O.d Underwood,
excellent working order. Se.. $25.
biankets, 20" Girls Bicycie Good sa.e: 29 Nov & 1 Dec .
786 0683 after 5 p.m.
Condition 18" Charco Broi.er 09004:30: 6553 Lenc/yk Drive, *

Like New Call 772.8735 Ar.Ington, Variety of items. : HAVfe REMODELED
f\oo .........; ____ puTI !
" Cannon Pe..lx 35mm SLR outfit CAP & BALL REVOLVER ESCORTS (Dancing Partners)

f 66 Mustang 6 Cyc.. AT., New 55mm.1.4 pus many extras $700 rep.ica of mode 1860 Army in Confmuovv Door Admission HALF-PRICE!

paint Chrome Rims Shag Carpet. wi. consider trade of equa. wa.nut case. A.. accessories topless Go Go Mon thru Thurs 6 to 11 pm

Only 60,000 mi. 21 mpg in town. va.ue. Ca. 7/1 2175 after 1700 inc.uding back powder Se.. $80. 2<4WfTltHr MSIlhST EXitPH
$850. 786-5746 dai.y 786 0683 after 5 p.m. VlflH
OperMprh
am Sundays oo



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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 17 I

( };:*:': :" CHINA Service for 12 Including -

serving bows and p.atters 1
I "Norltake", casab.anca patternNo.
FLEET MARKET 6842. in perfect condition, *
BURLESK
(Continued from page 16)) used once. $180 264.5239

KITTENS, 2 weeb Qd, free to Dune Buggy a.1.a
Buffs
.
: 4 VW to Buy or Rent this .uxury Eage;
good homes. Ca. after S.3G Chevy Rim .1.p TOPLESS
D m Converters, for old Mobie Home. Located 2 mies .
Monday throuqh Friday. 744 84 VW's $10. Call Larry 384.2253after NAS in quiet park. Home is fUllY Bartenders. Waitresses
(Ar.ington area) : 1700 *
.oaded. No $ down. Can after 5 DANCERS: 11AM-2AM *
p.m, 778-4027 5916 Philips Highway 733 9989
Go.Kart, Competition Margay 91. 1972 Honda SL/O.KSpd Like New, .
B. Rebui.t Engine, Discs Around used very itfe, perfect: Xmas
super trailer. Race Souths best Gift, $275. Call Ceci, Fie.d Ext
track on 103 ST. $500 2648365 8287 Lee B.evins
58r s

FOR SALE: '71 Yamaha 175, new 'Home for Rent, 3 bedroom 2 ca.ie eJrIa.'I'

main bearings sprockets. $325. bath, Fami.y;. Room, dining area, House of Quality Foods
Firm. Aiso, used 350 Honda sma eat.in.Kitchen Utility
Engine $25. Call 786.1925 Room, Patio, fenced back yard 3606 BLANDING BLVD. CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
$200 771-0709

Sa.e Mobi.e Home, 1973 12x60 2
Br. 1 BA. Spanish stye, central;
heat & Air, 2 Uti. Sheds,an; set on
rented ot. 771.8877 LAST CALL !
Bunk beds with 3.in. posts, heavy
FOR SALE: CB Base Unit and strudy with mattresses, new
Complete with 2 Antennas, for not used paid $200 sell $125 Maple
home Best Offer Brand Newl! Hutch and Buffet new Orig. $300 PLACE YOUR ORDER !
Ext. 2768 sell $195 771.1184 TODAYI"t"
ORDERS MAY BE PICKED UP THANKSGIVING DAY "
1974 Shasta Trave. Trailer 13FT For Sa.e Minibike, 4HP Sears and
Air Stove Oven Ice Box Por Safety Heimet, Both Good

tatoliet VW can pun can 264.5723 condition p.m. Call 771.0457 after 4 ROAST HEN TURKEY... BAKED HAM...

Riding Lawn Mower $25.00, Back
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I --;",Has Kilroy- retired from military service ? .



"Kil of a few generals' quarters.
The three word proclamation
roy was here," with a sketch of his After ordering one soap-and-water
:.i nose and fingers hooked over the top policing of a latrine wall a satisfied
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of a wall, as he peeked unsurely at a colonel posted a notice for his men:
'e. H X 1 THOUGHT<: world ripped by World War II, once "Kilroy is now dead. Anyone believing

:I. YOU SAID\ we WERE THE appeared almost every here. otherwise, and writing on these
.. walls can have an interview with the
But he's in action.
now missing "
FIRST YANKS IN THIS Gone the three-word commanding officer. Kilroy was
are present-
back the next! day, but the CO heardno
; mAl and-accounted-for announcementsand
the simple line drawings that confessions.

magically materialized on any flat There were, in fact, 62 men in uniform -
:i: : V surface. named Kilroy. One of them,
lie is even missing where you'dthink fresh from his share of action, was
point blank "Kilroy there, and
you'd find him for sure: the : was

'- current world capital of graffiti New r he didn't like uB i iH"! "':BU___" u. ............
l H l 1 1t York's subway. Or if he is there he is
all but invisible amid the spray-can
slogans salutations and undcleted ex!
pletives that adorn the sides of sub-
way cars in the latest eruption of self-
expression. "Maybe New York todayis
\t : too scary for him to come out from T1MUQUANA 1

( tl cab behind driver.that wall," says a New York TERRACE

That protective wall may be why he Apartments
survived the war while still turning up
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I MARTDjAX goes "APE" inspection

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: Jax When a young Marine has a "wild hair", he
'. ., normally doesn't "go ape" over it.
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t commanding officer.
; NA The situation reversed itself last Wednesday when
WAY MARTD Sgt. Dennis W. Caskey's wild hair went ape at
MARTD's morning inspection.
Local radio station WAPE had sponsored a telephone
M contest where listeners called in their "wild hairs" and
the winners had them granted.Sgt. .
Caskey's wild hair was a ride to work in a
rdr chauffer driven limousine and a welcome aboard from
his commanding officer, LtCol. Donald J. McCarthy.
ci Y As the picture on this page shows, Sgt. Caskey got his
r- r lil I II jl+Pi! { \ t1 t- wish-in front of the entire 100-man Detachment.




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Admin keeps ;;:: ttt\ tmmm fmm mm;j 1t 1 11 111 1 1! j11?:t1 f 1; 1 ; i;f:;;;jm m::::;; Council and Fulbrisht


record cleanJaxAdmlnistration BASKETBALL STANDINGS lead HC-2 comebacks I

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{ scored AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUEV Jax--HC-2 found themselves in a supporting role for IIC-2.
victories over MARTD and W L L behind at halftime in both of their Jerry Samples had 23 for Supply.It .
Hospital last week to run their liS-I 2 0 VP-16 5 0 games last week but Bill Council was the same story again {in
record to three wins and no with 1S[ but it tookan
VP-56 2 0 ADMIN 3 0 and Joe Fulbright saved their their game -15
losses. IIS.11 1 0 MARINE BKS 1 0 best efforts for last and brought overtime period to win this one
MARTD fell 80-61 when Ken 11S.15{ 2 1 VW-4 5 2 their team back to score victoriesin after they had trailed 33-28 at
Folmsbee scored 31, Paul Hollan lIC-2 2 1 HS-3 4 1 both games. halftime. Council scored 16 of his
18, John Fruge 14 and Roy Mintz SUPPLY 1 1 NARJAX 3 4 Supply led them 41-33 at 27 and Fulbright 12 of his 16 in the
11. James Gammill tried to keep to second half to tie at the
679th 1 2 HOSPITAL 1 2 halftime but Council came on things up
MARTD in the game with his 37 VP-49 0 2 MARTD 1 5 score 20 of his 26 and Fulbright 16 end of regulation play. Hero

points. HAWKS 0 2 NWSF 1 5 of his 22 to reverse the tide and honors,' however, went to
Hospital made Admin earn a CPW.l1 0 2 AIROPS 1 2 bring on victory. Ed Clune had 16 Leonard Barefoot when he had
73-71 win when Mike Burt scored FASO 0 4 scored only three points in the
16 of his 20 and James Dove 14 of -
-- -- entire game but came on to score
his 20 in the second half but it Hurricane Hunters suffer Marines win five in overtime for the eventual

wasn't quite enough as Admin winners. Chris Cole was high

had Paul Hollan with 25, James technical troublesJames in overtimeJaxThe man for IIS-15 with 27 and Larry
Mathias with 16, Ken Folmsbee through Williams scored 19 which in
with 14 and Roy Mintz with 11. Marine Barracks
cluded all five of HS-15's over-
Jax-The Hurricane Hunters of Mulvey's 11 and Paul
Eagles extend VW-4 picked up an easy 53-34 win Calhoun's 10 combined to offset made endeavor their exciting initial and basketball successfulwith time points.
against MARTD last week but in Charles Grant's 17 for VW-4.
VW-4 had two technicals calledon a 65-61 overtime win against Dragons eat
winning streak their next two games they ran
ILS-3 last week.
into a lot of foul trouble and it their bench again in their
'., Jax-The Eagles of VP-16 won caused them to lose one of those game with NWSF but this time With the Marines leading 3426at
three games last week and ran games.A they scored a 66-61 win after the end of two periods, Dave 679th aliveJaxThe
their unbeaten string to five with leading by only two at the half. Boucher came on to score 16 of
wins over MARTD', NarJax and perfect three for three at the Hubert Pratcher with 21 was high his 28 points in the second half Dragons of VP-56 put
NWSF. foul line wasn't much help in for the Hurricane Hunters while and bring IIS-3 back to a 56-56 tie six mdn in double figures and
James Woods and Dennis their 59-51 loss to NarJax James Sith had 29 for NWSF. when the final buzzer sounded. forced five 679th men out of the

Mobley combined forces to score especially after having two Their win against MARTD wasa Fred Singer, who scored 31, put game on fouls to score a 116-69
over half of the Eagles output in technicals called against their complete contrast to the other the Marines back on top in the win last week.
all three games. MARTD fell 103- bench and losing two men to fouls. games as MARTD didn't even get overtime period with his five Leading the parade of double

43 when Woods scored 20 of his 23 NarJax was only able to make one attempt at the free throw points. figure men for VP-56 were Larry
in the first half then let Mobley nine of 25 attempts they had at line. Alan Parker was high man Rawlins with 25 and Ralph
take over in the second half with the line but Ken Tharp's 12, in the game for VW-4 with 17. Air Ops uses Calloway with 21. Harry Robbins

25 of his 39. When they weren't added 18, Terry Brown 14, Ed
open Art Dukes was, as he scored HS-15 downs Hawks 6053Open only three men Sullivan 12 and Mac Summers 10.
16. Ray Mercer had 20 for George Teasley had 17 for 679th.

MARTD.It Jax-Before falling to HC-2 in points apiece equally over each for 86 pointsJaxAir NarJax foulsto
was Woods' turn to hit 30 in overtime last week, HS-15 won a half. Mike Hogan{ with 18 was puts

the 98-49 win.over NarJax hitting 60-53 decision against the Hawks. high man for the Hawks. Ops used three men to in 75-39 win
34 while Mobley was contributing With the score tied 25-25 at score all all but six of their 92 use

26.In halftime, the HS-15 team used Gammill scores 28 points in a 92-54 win over HS-3 Jax-After using fouls to beat
the Eagles 81.71 win over three men in the second half,who last week. VW-4, NarJax used them to their
Jax-James Gammill scored 28
NWSF they swapped positions had only scored sparingly in the points and helped his MARTD Garry Pope with 35, Barry advantage again against FASO
again with Mobley scoring 24 and first, to pull away and claim team on to a 78-42 win over FASO Randolphwith 28 and Floyd Small last week winning by a 75-39
\ Woods 21. Woods scored all of his victory. last week. with 23 all found the basket at margin.
points in the first half. Art Dukes Harry Matkin with six of his They didn't fare to well in
Gammill received help from will.Artis
and Harry Miller made a good nine,Steve Iverson with six of his Ray Mercer's 15 points and Murray had 24 and Jack respect to foul shots made,
back up duo with 18 and 15 eight and Paul Gimer with all George Jordan's 12. Jim Gibson 14 for HS-3.{ making only nine of 25, but with
respectively. James Smith with five of his led HS-15 in the second three of FASO's men fouling out
Zukewich had 14 for FASO.
27 and Davey London with 22 led half while Chris Cole and Larry Supply ivins 76-69 and James Mulvey scoring 20,
NWSF's efforts. Williams were spreading their 15 Larry Place 18 and Ken Tharp 12

.... Don't befuelish Jax-Supply scored a 76-69 win it was enough for victory.
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JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 21

Mile Race

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only few days awav i

_/ ;
Jax-There are less than two starting at 1:30: p.m. on the track
weeks now before the startinggun located south of the service
of the Second Annual station on Allegheny.
Nautical Mile Track competitionthat Competition will include r4 :4
will be held on December 10 an
invitational mile
relay while the : JJiJ: t1IiL
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nautical
mile itself will have h
PING PONG divisions for 29 years and under, '& i
30-39
years and 40 and over. -

STANDINGSV All competitors will be *. -... A'A
required to furnish any gear they
\ L might need Prizes will be
VP-24 7 0 awarded to the first and second ,A 4 t .
NARJAX 7 0 place finishers in the individual

FASO 8 1 events and to members of the .
VW-4 7 1 winning relay team. r1.r;( \
NFO 4 3 Deadline for entries is 'I
HS-15 '3\h' 5 6 December 6. Contact NAS Jax
AIMD 3 6 Athletic Director, Frank Mc
VP-49 2 2 Caffrey at Ext. 3239 for more
IIS-3 2 5 information.
11
679th 2 6
VP-16 2 7 SPORTS -, I
NDRC Ilk 51/ OPS L IT TAKES TWO HANDS to handle all the tropnles wnen you're a league winner and the station
AIR 0 8 BRIEFS
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champ and that was the pleasant problem faced by these VP-24 golfers when Capt. Don Childers _
(NAS XO) presented them with their trophies last l week. Pictured are: (Standing L to R) Capt.
TENNIS Jax-Special Services now has Childers, Russ Salyards, Eric Lekberg, Elmer Cook, Bill Schroeder and Cdr D. F. Demand (VP-24
Gator Bowl tickets for the
CO); (Sitting) Bob Edmonds,Mark Sheldon and Warren Abel.
STANDINGS December 30 game on sale. The
price will be$10.50 per ticket.The
w L price of the ticket includes a HANDBALL
HS-1 41 13 membership cost of$5.00 for each
NDRC 39 21 two tickets in choice locations, STANDINGS
ADMIN 38 10 pro-rated at $2.50 per ticket.RECCENTER no1MQJrnI
HOSPITAL 37 11 W L
VP-24 35 19 AND POOL CLOSED NARJAX 4 0
VW-4 33 15 Jax-The Dependent Recreation MARINE BKS 5 1
HC-2 30 24 Center and the Indoor pool will be VP-16 5 1
VP-16 20 28 closed Thursday, November 28, HS-15 3 2
!HS-11 15 33 Thanksgiving Day. Both activities VW-4 3 3
VP-49 6 42 will be open on Friday, AIR OPS 2 4 /
MARTD 4 44 November 29, on their regular 679th 0 5
schedules. HOSPITAL 0 5
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LADIES GULF
VA-82
Clansmen of Attack Squadron
The Cecil Field Ladies Golf VA-72 0-5
FORTY SIX, Skippered by CDR
S Association, one of the most
BASKETBALL Ron BOYLE, are spending
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active organizations on the Th4
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Thanksgiving 74 here in Yuma,
LEAGUE
AMERICAN
station,holds a "play day" every 4-0 ,p% __ AZ, while participating in
VA-83 '
This
\ Thursday morning. : ..-. training exercises in
is to all wives ATC 3-0 : __ weapons
organization open J
r- preparation for their 13th Med
2-1 'S
k of military personnel and Marines :.
e Cruise embarked aboard USS
L retirees, all you have to do is VS-32 2-2 k Sr4'
1-2 John F. KENNEDY (CVA-67)).
FASSO
come out on any Thursday.
The detachment here consists of
the results of VA-45 0-3
Listed below are
20 officers, 150 enlisted men and
0-4
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play for the month of November: VS-30. ; 4
., Lorraine Bremer NATIONAL LEAGUE 10 aircraft; with VA-46 pilots
11-71st flight -
in various events
,I, 72 2nd flight Avie Nick 73. VA-174"0" 4-0 competing
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including day-night bombing anda
;::: 11-141st flight-Joyce Fitzgerald Supply 3-1 : 1I m 4I Shrike Shoot for each pilot. The
73; 2nd flight -Pat Coleman 74. VA-72 3-1 ; Clansmen will return to Cecil
I 11-211st flight Lorraine Bremer NAMTD 3-2 :1
1 2-1 : Field on 2 Dec. 74.
Dottie Hilton VA-86
2nd 77.
I. -75; flight
Ace Day winner Lorraine VA-174"E" 1-2 The galley at NAS Cecil will be
VA-82 1-3 serving its famous ThanksgivingDinner
Bremer with turkey and all the
VOLLEYBALLLast Medical 1-3 I
VS-28 <0-4 trimmings; however, the
years battle between VA- p, _______ Clansmen Connoisseurs will be
45 and NAMTD will resume this RACQUETBALL _______ selecting from the followingmenu.
in the station AMERICAN LEAGUE
at 1200
:", ... Wednesday 21-0 .We suggest you try it also.
VA-83
". gym. Both teams are very strong
and still unbeaten. It should be a VA-45 7-7

,, real barn burner. VA-82 No. 1 4-14
STANDINGS: Dental No.2 3-6 Clansmen Culinary Cuisine
VA-45 4-0 VA-174 0-9 Entrees -

NAMTD 4-0 NATIONAL LEAGUE Turkey Burritos with Giblet

VA-86 : 4-1 Ops H-41 Gravy
VS-32 3-2 VS-28 8-7 Indian Summer finds Sunken Gardens model Patsy DeBee still ableto Stove top Stuffing Enchiladas
AMD 3-2 FASO 7-5 enloy rope swinging and other outdoor activities. If you live in a Sweet Potato Tostados

VS-28 3-2 VA-82 No. 6-9 colder clime, however, and summer sports are about to end, investigate Jalapenos Almadene
VA-174 1-3 Dental l 1-8 an indoor sports and-or physical fitness program. Staying in Scalloped Nachos

.. shape is a year 'round prolect. Refried Beans & Spanish Rice
CasseroleSide

#THt HAREM: *, 28 days till Xmas Guacamole Dishes Stuffed Celery

"Nut Bread" Corn Tortillas
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jax-TEEN CLUB: Saturday, BOWLING STANDINGS jq into with AussiesJax 1
game
November 30th, is the day we
have been waiting for. The --
Mayport Teen Club will be our AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUEW The Jax Navy They are on an eight state

guests for a pool tournament and NAMTD 3032 L L Fliers will be taking a 2-1 tour of the U.S. and
dance. The band for the eveningwill ONES BUNCH 40I2 18 ADCOP No.2 53 15 record into their meeting represent the highest formof
be "Leo". The officers are LATE CHARGERS 21 RED LIONS 44 24 with the Australian team basketball competitionin
asking all members to be presentat TRIPPERS 39 38 WOODPECKERS No. 1 40 27 tomorrow night at 8 p.m. Australia.The .
GEMS
4 Come cheer our NAS 22 39 29
p.m. FICEUR in King Hall after a 95-61 Aussies
29 have
27 HAMMER some
team on.Also, keep a close watchon BUSHMAN SLAMMERS 37th SOVfc
this column for the results of BUSCH 29 27 HURRICANES 33 35 win over Mayport last American transplants on

the activities scheduled for this RAG PACKERS LEAGUERS 22 30 RAMRODS 28Vfe 39 V* Friday.The their team, one of whom is

weekend.The PIN BUSTERS 13 19 37 LEPRECHAUNS 28 40 Fliers lead 40-33 at Eddie Palubinskis, a
bake sale was a tremendous BUSCH BUDS No.1 13 39 REBELS 23 41 the half and were never former LSU star.
43 BUSCH!BUDS
success. Thanks to all No.2 9 55 headed by the Mayport

concerned.REC PACIFIC team as Livio Capilla ,, .,
CENTER: The weekly LEAGUEW ; : ''':';'..'.'
CONTINENTAL LEAGUE L scored 18, Dennis Mobley
basketball scores found the SPLITMAKERS VOLLEYBALLSTANDINGS
W L 49V 18V
17 Pete Patterson 14
and ,
"Stars" winning losing close 500" 57's 224 WOODPECKERS No.2 45 23
ones.They won over the"Celtics" SIX PACK 46 26 SEAHORSES 41 27 Harry Robbins 14 and .
59-57 and lost a hair raiser to the ZEROS 46 26 BLIND BATS 37 31 Harry Miller 12.
"Orange Peel" 60-59. Bill FLEET ANGELS No.1 40 24 CPOS 33 35 The Australian team
Billings of the "Stars" was the LOOSE ENDS 34 42 ADCOP No.1 32 36 they will be playing W L
rebound and control player. HSW-l 10 0
DIRTBALLS 33 39 SEABEESNo.231 37
tomorrow
night recentlylost VW-4
HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO CONTROLLERS 8 0
THUNDERBOLTS 33 39 No.2 28fe 39th
an 81.63 decision to NARJAX 4 0VP56
EVERYONE. GRUNTS
BALLERS 32 36 26 42 ..
ROTORHEADS 30's 37th FLEET ANGELS No.2 17 51 Florida State University.DON'T 9 1 .

| TEE TALK |I THE SCREWBALLS TEAM 20 24 52 48 MISS IT! VP-49 lIS-I .1. 4 4 2 6

HC4
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Jax-It was turkey day for the VIETNAM WAR MEMORIAL 3 5
Ladies Golf Association last AIR OPS
2 6
Tuesday. Winners of low net in ATLANTIC LEAGUE DEDICATION NDRC
I 2 8MARTD
each received W L
flight a turkey
1 5
CONTROLLERS No. 1 43 21
Winners were: BATMAN 41 5:15: P.M.SUNDAY 7 DECEMBER AT NAS CECIL FIELD VP-16 1 5
23
A FLIGHT Lillian lIS-IS 0 8
BUDMEN
41
Oberhausen (1st), Lucille Rae 23
and Nelda Bradt (tied 2nd); B SEABEES No.1 38 26
FLIGHT Helen Harrison and DRAGONSLAYERS 35 29
FALCONS 30
Hildur Hart (tie 1st); C FLIGHT 34
Dee Quelland (1st), Elaine MARINE BKS 38 36 QUALITY EDUCATION IN A CHRISTIAN ATMOSPHERE
NARJAX 27 37
Honour ((2nd); D FLIGHT Ruth
Ann Zolner ((1st),Evelyn Roberts FASO 21 43

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