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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: December 5, 1974
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I Cecil Field War Memorial set for dedicationCecil I



Field-Cecil Field's that the memorial be of a

Vietnam War Memorialwill perpetual nature for the
be officially dedicated use of all.Admiral.

Saturday at 5:15: p.m. Geis approvedthe
behind the air station's basic idea and
decided that Cecil Field

Chapel.The outdoor ceremony is would be an appropriate j r lr : L_

planned to last about an location. Overall coor-

hour, concluding after dination responsibilitieswere _
dark amid the. glow of assigned to Com- IFS
torches and candles. mander Light Attack Wing

Dedicated to the "Killedin One, homeported at Cecil ;
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Action, Missing in Field, and NAS Jax's CBU- :
410 supervised the con-
Action, Prisoners of War
and Veterans" who servedin struction.
Southeast Asia from Capt. Leland S. & 4I

1960 to 1963., the memorial Kollmorgen, Cecil Field ;N
consists of a scoopedoutbowl C.O., will serve as Masterof
150 .feet in diameter Ceremonies.The -
with four interconnectingpools program will include I
the Orange Park _
colorful plants, rock
gardens and walkways. High School Band under
the direction of Mr. J.K.
Completion of the Smith; the Terry Parker
memorial is attributed to High School Band,
the generosity and effortsof directed by Mr. Wayne
many people; but the Bailey; the Edward White
basic concept and funding High School NJROTC
lies with one involved Color Guard; soloist Mrs. Work is underway on Vietnam War Memorial.

woman. In January 1973, George P. Coyle; boy
Mrs. Michael G. Hoff, wife scouts and
a special firing
of an MIA, suggested to detail from the NAS Jax Pearl Harbor day rememberedThis
Admiral Lawrence R. Geis Marine Barracks.The .
(then COMFAIRJAX) thata general public is

Vietnam War Memorialbe invited to attend.In .
built. the event of inclemen Dec. 7 marks the 33rd anniversary of.the bravery long remembered.When .

Mrs. Hoff proposed a weather, the dedicatioi Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. On that Sunday the surprise attack ended, the battleships .
generous donation to start ceremonies will be hel. morning, thousands of Navymen dressed in crisp Arizona, Oklahoma, West Virginia and
the project and suggested inside the Chapel. whites, were eating breakfast and preparing for California had been sunk; Tennessee and Maryland
the day's liberty; high in the Hawaiian skies were afloat but badly damaged and Penn
,enemy bombers were beginning to launch their sylvania rested damaged in a demolished

.. surprise attack.At drydock. The Nevada was aground, seriously
damaged from enemy fire. She was the only
7:50: a.m., the attack started and lasted for battleship to get underway, and was beached to
a devastating hour and 50 minutes. The attackersleft avoid the risk of being sunk in a position that
:;r. FRONT PAGEILLUSTRATION twisted wreckage that only hours before had would close off the entire harbor. Three light
been the might and of the US. Pacific
power cruisers and a destroyer were floating in flamingoil
Fleet. and two destroyers in drydock had been
Navy gunners stood at their mounts while completely destroyed. Altogether, 19 naval
decks disintegrated around them. vessels and Pearl
BY were damaged beyond repair
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\; t; "',, '' Crews worked below in ships that grew Harbor's air arm was little more than scrap
furnace hot in tides of flaming oil.
metal.
t.4.: PH3 JIMMY ,:;fl t. ) Damage control parties entered suffocating

", -:. holes and boiling enginerooms. } to make battle Aboard ship and shore, 2,008 Navy officers
PILBEAM repair. and men were dead or dying. Fatalities included
Fire fighting details, gallant doctors and 109 Marines, 218 Army officers and men and 68
hospital crews; all held their posts to the last and civilians. Including the wounded, the causalty
did their utmost. figure totaled 3,581 Americans.On .
For outstanding valor displayed in the face of this Pearl Harbor Day 1974, it is appropriate
enemy fire,. 14 Medals of Honor
(10
postu- that we, the active duty men and veteransof

.,,,,: > ', :-:. .... .'$::" '., :: :.':": mously) and 52 Navy Crosses were awarded. the U.S. Navy, lake a few minutes to remember
Scores of men were cited for
courageous per. the heroism of those who served at Pearl
formance and countless men battled with a Harbor.

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Jacksonville. Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a :
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR : ,
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, j'
NAS Jacksonville by 12:00: noon on Monday before I:. .
sa publication. News items are welcomed from all sources. :
Telephone 772-1111 or 311.
,. "Everything advertised in this publication must be made 3 CHRISTMAS BAZAAR TODAY
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to
race, creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser
*! user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this 8 AM TO
4 policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in 10 PM
the refusal to print advertising from' that source" 4,
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries %: AT NWCA
concerning such should be directed to: ..Y

t t e THE Shirley HOLT Ave..PUBLISHING. Jacksonville.COMPANYt Pla. 32210 JAX 86 CLUBHOUSE
Telephone 387 3566

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Cdr. McDonald taking Woodpeckers helm I



Jax-Cdr. Gerald McDonald will assume commandof

VP-49 Monday, relieving Cdr. Victor S. Gulliver.

Cdr. Craig W. Campbell, who recently joined the

"Woodpeckers" after graduating from.the National War

College, will be the new Executive Officer. R =
Guest speaker at the Change of Command ceremonywill

be Capt. Richard S. Zeisel, Chief of Staff for

COMPATWINGS Atlantic and a former VP-49 skipper.Cdr. .
McDonald has served over 13 years in the ASW

community, including assignments with VP-18 here, A
VP-30 at Patuxent River, Md, and VP-26 in Brunswick, >

Me.He fxif. 7
has accumulated over 6,000 flight hours and flownas f
a Patrol Plane Commander in the SP2H (P2V-7)) and
the P-3 "A", "B" and "C" models.'

The new skipper's ASW tours also include an

assignment as Operations and Plans Officer on the Staffof

Commander Iceland Sector Antisubmarine Group at -
NS Keflavik Iceland, where he was awarded the Cdr. McDonald Cdr. Gulliver

Meritorious Service Medal for outstanding service.In I
May, the "Woodpeckers" obtained the highest Reservists end CPW-11 course

readiness score ever recorded .by a Patrol Squadron.
VP-49 flew its 95,000th accident-free hour in October, Jax--Eleven Selected Air Patrol Wing 11, qualifying themto Completing the 80-hour course
continuing a safety record that 12 ]Reserve officers and enlistedmen serve as Staff Duty Officers at were: LCdr. R.D. Atkisson,
spans years.
recently completed a two- the Wing's Tactical Support LCdr. G.G. Clark, LCdr. R.E.
Holiday Clinic schedule :week course of instruction at Center. Dorman, LCdr. E.T. Napp, Lt
L.T. Smith, YNC R.E. Bowman,
*Jax-During the-Christmas-New Years season, all clinics at the .. AOC D.E. Brooks AWCS H.L.
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Naval Regional Medical Center will operate as usual except for / ;, King, RMCS D.R. Thomas, R.L.
Pediatrics and Family Practice.All R&S TEXACO K Weeks and AX1 R.T. Vann.
clinics will be closed from noon on New Years Eve through New .
Years Day. The emergency room will be open as usual for Capt. A.P. Lesperance,
emergencies only. COMPLETE AUTO CARE! Commander of Patrol Wing 11,
The Family Practice Clinic will be open from 8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m. presented certificates to the
from Dec. 23 through Jan. 3. MECHANIC ON DUTY reservists and expressed his
From Dec. 23 to Jan.3,the Pediatric Clinic will be open from 8 a.m. confidence in the ability of eachto
to 5:30: p.m. The Pediatric Clinic will be closed from noon on Christ- AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS serve as his representative in
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Store price rise


below Wholesale Food IndexJaxIn 0 0vs



the last year, the Navy's Commissary Store shelf prices have risen at a
rapid pace, but not as fast as the Wholesale Food Price Index.
During Fiscal Year 1974, Commissary Store shelf prices were up 15.6 percent,
while the Wholesale Food Price Index.climbed 22 percent. In the first four
months of the current fiscal year, the Wholesale Index increased another 14.9
percent, while Commissary Store prices went up 10 percent.The Great buys at Clinton's 2nd new car lot!
most recent price comparison survey, taken at 13 Navy Commissary
Stores, shows that Navy customers save 21.3 percent, despite the higher prices,
when compared to average commercial supermarket prices. CLINTON1!
The impact of inflation on Navy Commissary Store prices has decreased
during the past three months. Last year during the same period, Commissary
Store prices were up 17 percent; this year the prices are up only 10 percent. AUTO SALES
According to the Navy Resale System Office (NRSO), consumers will continueto
see price increases, but not at as drastic a rate as during the past year.It .
is suggested that consumers alter their buying preferences as one means of 0
coping with higher prices. Consumers are also encouraged to buy items that are
in good supply as substitutes for items in short supply. 6706 103rd ST Ph 7721895HOURS
Future prices, to some extent, depend upon the consumer.. Heavy buying of r
items in short supply can drive up the prices. : 9.6 Monday thru Saturday
A good example of this is sugar, which has increased price by 171 percent in
less than two years-yet people are still buying it in great quantities despite the
substitutes that are available. i 72 BUICK ELECTRA Ut


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NA RF-J X ;?\\ New facility opens at NARF

T P j'l\ By Doris Card
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'ys: 1 bon-cutting ceremony conducted by VAdm. Kent L. Lee, Commander of the

Naval Air Systems Command.The .

Navy's Project TRUMP is a new concept in updating technical in-
.. formation to assure that the aircraft mechanic on the production line or in the
field will have the latest technical information at his fingertips without having to

leaf through voluminous paper manuals.

/; Project TRUMP (Technical Review and Update of Manuals and Publications)
converts information from paper manuals to 16mm microfilm for distributionand
., automatic "push button" retrieval on film readers set up throughout the

Fleet.
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The Navy has more than 17,000 maintenance manuals for out-of-production
category aircraft. With the figure expected to double within two years, a faster
and more economical method was needed to provide current data to production
people working at various work sites.

The original TRUMP team, consisting of employees from the local rework
facility and Naval Air Systems Command Headquarters, researched and
developed a new procedure for automatic data, processing and computer
graphics which would transmit the required information to its intended points
substantial to the Navy in time and effort.In .
electronically with a savings
NEW AT NARF-VAdm. K.L. Lee Commander Naval Air Systems
Command, cuts the ribbon to open NARF's new TRUMP facility.
Looking on (left to right) are A. Fenaughty RAdm. C.C. Andrews, addition to running text material, the system transmits illustrations,
Naval Air Systems Command Representative, Atlantic Fleet, Capt.
complex tables and all pertinent paper-based information to a computerlanguage
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novel flying machine. First tests I
first in in
flight history
of an airplane by the Army were B
which machine
carrying a man
a
begun at Ft. Myer, Va., with the
raised itself into the air in free
1908 Wright Flyer,but these
tests
flight lasted only 12 seconds. The
second and third flights were a little ended abruptly the same year
after the aircraft crashed
killing
longer and the fourth lasted
59 seconds,coyering a distance of a young,lieutenant and seriously
injuring Orville Wright. .
Undaunted
852 feet against a 20 mile wind.
the Wright
Orville and Wilbur Wright, the aviation brothers
built a new plane and returned to
pipneers who designed and
constructed: the first flying Washington the following year
machine, used air propellers anda with a modified Model A airplane
which became known as the 1909
12 horsepower motor. With their
first four flights on the morning of Military Flyer,designated Signal

December 17 1903, at Kitty Corps No. 1, the first military airplane -

Hawk on the outer banks of North IM+ ...t in the world.
f r
Carolina, the course of aviation The one hour endurance test

history had begun. 1141:111 requirement set by the Army was

The mind of man had been occupied met in early July, 1909, when Orville .

with the dream and prob- Wright remained in the air

lem of (flight from ancient times. for one hour, twelve minutes and

Cave paintings from early chili. forty seconds with Lt. Frank
zations show that man,who could Lahm
as passenger The speed
not himself soar from the earth,
test requirement was met later
endowed his gods with wings ana The'first In No. 1, was tested and thatmonth, when Orville
military airplane the world, Wright Type B later designated Signal Corps Wright,
the gift; of flight. Mercury, accepted at Ft. Myer, Va., In 1909. Now In the Smithsonian Institution,Wash., D.C.,this plane was launched by with Lt. Benjamin Foulois as pas
with his sandals and
winged dropping a 1400 pound weight; it landed on skids since it had no wheels. (Photo: Air Force Museum, senger, flew over a measured five
helmet in Roman mythology, and
Wright-Patterson AFB) mile course from Ft. Myer to
Pegasus, the winged horse of
Alexandria, Va., and back at an
Greek antiquity, were able to fly
; speed of 42.5 miles
fasterbnd more adroitly than any took up the subject in 1896 only a tunnel and began calculating the air propellers. Thus, the first hour.average Because the airplane per
bird. Icarus with his wings of few aerodynamical works of scientific pressures' produced by various machine of 1903 was designed the exceeded
speed test
waxed feathers, the,Griffon, and validity were in existence. thicknesses and shapes of surfaces entirely on the basis of their own require
ment of 40 miles hour the
the flopping-winged Orinthoper After two years of experimenting when exposed to air at different experimentation.Report Wright brothers received per
soared only in man's imagination.The with the air pressure tables of angles. Conducting experiments of the flights at Kitty $25,000
for the plane plus $5,000 bonus
flight dream was imbeddedin Lilienthal Duchemin and Lang- in 1902, using curved instead Hawk greatly increased scientific a
the human psyche. Over the ley, the Wright brothers became of plane surfaces, they con interest in the airplane both at In the years that followed,
world records in flying and
centuries as man's knowledge increased convinced that these tables were centrated on the effects of varyingthe home and abroad. But it was not flying
his attempts to make greatly in error and of no use in depth and location of curvature until five years later that the first machines continued to be made
and broken and the
flight a reality became more scientific designing their airplane. In 1901 By 1903, they had developedthe flights in 1903 were equaled by airplane.

Yeti ashen_the.. Wright.s they constructed a small wind- screw propulsion theory for others than the Wright brothers quickly advanced from the experimental
themselves, and then only on a stage to practical use

machine based on the early draw- Once off the ground modern

Inn ings of the Wright airplane.In man achieved in less than a century

Sheraton the next few years, the U,S. what ancient man dared only

IS' military became interested in the dream for milleniums. ,

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FALKLAND ISLANDS These British South Atlantic dependencies
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Last week we provided our readers with two
recipes to help utilize their left over turkey. For those
who still have turkey, it is time for a nice turkey salad

and here is our recipe for that.Turkey .
Salad

3 cups diced cooked turkey iz teaspoon pepper

1 cup diced celery 1 cup mayonnaise
J1 r i r M 7 rt Vz cup diced sweet pickles 2 boiled eggs, chopped
1 teaspoon salt
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leaves, or may be used for sandwiches.If .
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you don't happen to have any left over; turkey, we

have an alternate recipe for you. .

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ar 1 Boz package macaroni 1 cup water
1 7oz can tuna 1' cup grated cheese

i1F 3 boiled eggs V4 cup chopped onion

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collar insignia after being promoted to his present rank. Capt. Peek's wife, Pearl,does the honors as ingredients in 2& quart baking dish. Bake 30 minutes at
Capt. Karl Bernstein, NAS Jax skipper, looks on. 425 degrees.
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A STITCH IN TIME-John J.Walsh,a NARF Inspector,Is made a member of-the Wise Owl Club of .
America by NARF C.O. Capt. C.E. Boeing,as Frank J. Denny, NARF Safety Director, looks on. An Cost Reduction Program ': :
accident which hurled ba large piece of metal at his
eye might have blinded Walsh If he hadn't been
wearing approved safety glasses. The National Society for the Prevention of Blindness? sponsor of
the award,cited Mr.Walsh for"conscientious adherence to safe employment practices."

A 'word _--
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warning... MCAl YEAR 1974 COMMANOfR.NAVAl AIR SYSTEMS COMMAND.


Jax -- Thousands of Patrol Safety Officer will home at the .end of the
people from the Jax Navy present a film and program.
NARF CITED FOR COST REDUCTION-NARF has received the
Complex will soon take to discussion on accident Department heads are award shown above for attaining 260.5 percent of its Fiscal Year 1774
the< road to spend the facts at the NAS Jax directed and tenant cost reduction goal. Naval Air Systems Command field activities
Yuletide Season with their Theater Dec. 9 and 10. commands strongly urgedto saved $126.1 million through cost reduction during the past Fiscal
loved ones. Morning sessions are schedule officer and Year, with NARF contributing $6,161,000.

They will encounter scheduled from 9:45: to 11 I enlisted personnel in both
various driving hazards a.m. and attendees may go leave groups to attend the
throughout the country directly from the Theaterto presentation.
and may become prime chow. Afternoon Quotas should be
traffic accident candidatesby sessions are slated from established by calling the
driving while sleepy, 2:30: to 3:45: p.m., with NAS Jax Safety Office at
driving after drinking, attendees allowed to go Ext. 3082 by tomorrow. A4K4gI

driving too fast' for con- JI WE'LL
ditions, etc.Drivers .
don't have to CHRISTMAS BONUS (No 1 )
become accident victims: .
= Although 103 Navy Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on
members were disabled 8 LESSONS WITH your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick
lastyear's FREE courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor
and 17 killed during
holiday leave GUITAR PURCHASE Dial talk shop Finance unless you want. us to.

period it is possible for
We don't want you to like us just for our money.
everyone to get there and 40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 .
.back alive. WARE7fS MUSIC 5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895
With this end in mind, an 4721 San Juan Ave. 384-2314
interesting program has 1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764-2583
here to Sleiman Lone Star Center ,
been arranged 2211 BLANDING BLVD PHONE 387-3416
remind individuals how to 6681 Arlington Rd. 724-9555

avoid traffic accidents.The .
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By Lyn McNichol bers and their dependents on The ministry has changed since

a !. Jax? --On Thanksgiving Day many personal,problems relatedto more 1776. The training Chaplain of 1974 needs
and
Navy Chaplains celebrated their the service.To more
dedication than
ever
before.
198th birthday. His
keep in tune with the men ministry consists of everything
Although the date has passed, and new events and problems, from visits to the Correctional
the celebration continues the Chaplain finds that he must Center to provide counseling to
throughout the year,for theirs is be involved with the men at work overseeing the preparation of
a celebration of dedication.In and dependents at home. This is Thanksgiving baskets for the
addition to spiritual the reason for the line ministry: needy.As NAS's Senior Chaplain,
guidance and comfort, the visits to the men during working (Capt.)John T.Goad puts it, "We
Chaplain is often called upon to hours and home visitation are the extended arm of the
give counseling to Navy mem programs. church in American society"
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McPhail, LCdr. Theodore J. Rodgers, LCdr. Robert Hodges and Capt. Francis Urbano. Seated Is
Capt. John T. Goad, Senior Chaplain.

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MINORITY HISTORYFrederick

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Douglass Douglass was born a slave in Lloyd Garrison. Sharing the plat
Perhaps no man is more challenged 1817 on a plantation on the eastern form of the Massachusetts AntiSlavery .
to break the shackles that shore of Maryland. But even Society with Garrison
bind him and to stride through under the most benevolent master from 1841-45,Douglass found his
history as a free and independentspirit there could be no peace within own voice and soon was speakingout 4 ate.A' .
than the man who is born a himself until as Douglass wrote on many of the moral and
slave. "I became my own master." political issues.of the day.
Frederick Douglass' life was a Escaping from slavery in 1838 His first book Narrative of the Life
monument to the free spirit which Douglass married a freed woman of Frederick Douglass, appeared in
also has a purpose. His life be Anna Murray who had helped 1845 and became a bestseller on
speaks a confidence in self in his him escape, They settled in New two continents. Douglass trav
race and in his country that goes Bedford, Massachusetts where elled to England where he spent r's
beyond doctrinaire and one-sided Douglass came to the attention of two years on the lecture trail.
answers. the abolitionist editor William When he returned to America
Douglass was a free man, his

J03 Rich Beck friends.purchased manumission by sympathetic having British been .


In 1848,he became the editor of

will not reenlist his own newspaper, The North
Star. In those pre-Civil War years,
Douglass'journal became a vehicle
By Nick Young of self-expression for other
The Jax Air News has been quite successful during the past two Blacks and an example ofwhat.agroup
The received Chief of Information Merit Awardfor
years. paper a Special could
accomplish by and L
its Navy Day issue published in October 1973 and was given a for themselves. 6; 4' +c?,

second Award for the period April June 1974. When the Civil War broke out, _

Although civilian enterprise publications such as the Jax Air Newsdo Douglass urged that its chief aim
not have editors per se, much of the credit for the success of the be the total abolition of slavery.He .
"TAKE IT EASY, CHIEF-HS-l'j! MCPO John Ma I toy relates true
criticized the slow
publication must go to J03 Rich Beck. Rich has coordinated the inputto process to
ward war stories to his son. But don't get alarmed: Master Chief Malloy
the paper working closely with the collateral duty Public Affairs emancipation and insisted
isn't really that mean and that's not really his son. Master Chief
Officers of the squadrons here at NAS as well as with the other that the government let Negroes
Malloy will be starring in Kurt Vonnegut's comedy. "Happy Birthday,
members of the NAS Public Affairs staff. All who have come in con fight in the Armed Forces- and
Wanda June" today through Dec. 14 with the Jax Beach players and
tact with him have been impressed with his professionalism as a on terms of equality with all other
Union soldiers. this was lust a rehearsal. Discount tickets for the play are available at
journalist and with his cooperative attitude.It Special Services.
is not an easy task to put out a publication that serves some 60
commands and have each command satisfied that it is receiving its
share of coverage in the station paper.Very few complaints have been r------------, VA puts VetRepson
made by contributors to the Jax Air News. 1 PHONE 311.1535 1
This is the final edition of the Jax Air News that will have the 1 II I
benefits of Rich's talents as a Navy journalist. A graduate of the I I
college
University of Rhode Island with a major in journalism, Rich has plansof :1-:...: I campuses
continuing his studies and obtaining a masters' degree after the I-::=. (] I
in that his I I Fifty-eight VA regional offices The new Vet-Rep program,
snow stops flying the North, is. Whatever plans are, we are
sure he will be equally successful in the civilian world as he has beenin I 1249.KSi King St j I have started recruiting and train- aimed at prompt delivery of G.I.
the Navy world. 1 Jacksonville: Florida32204 I ing programs for 1,300 VA "men Bill education and trainingon

We offer our thanks and the thanks of the commands Rich has I I campus" representatives who checks, was developed by a crack
served and wish him the traditional fair winds and following seas. I USEDCAMERASANDEOUIPMENT.WE I will personally distribute G.I. management team of VA and Of-
I PAY I student checks and serve as lice of Management and Budget
1 TOP DOLLAR 388-8535 I agency liaison personnel in con. (OMB) officials in response to a

L BRING THIS AD WITH YOU! J I tacts with colleges and veteranPresidential directive of last
,, OTV students. March 31.
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I CALL: 387-3566 Movie Schedule


Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
arriving too'late for this deadline will be TueSday for publication the following Thursday. Ads
oublishecJ
the
strutted otherwise. A check or fOllowing week unless the publ:Sher Is In.
money order for he - - -
cost Of the ad must be received WITH the 17" ..-;
RATE: minimum charge (C3 lines) $2S0 copy. .
Mall to: HOLT Per additional line ((4 words per line) ...60c Thursday, Dec. 5 Saturday, Dec. 7
PUBLISHING
CO.. 4565 SHI RLEY AVE., JACKSONVILLE 32210 "S P Y S" Action Drama, "WILD BLUE YONDER"Drama

Starring Donald Sutherland and ((97 min) Matinee at 2

ORTEGA HILLS Elliot Gould. "PG" ((128 min.)
BLACK CREEK p.m.
EMPLOYMENT >, | VA appraised at $28,500, 3BR.
2BA.,
kit. decor brick Dishwasher & 6 acres, 310 ft. on wide & prettiest partof Friday Dec.6 "KANSAS CITY BOMBER"

KINDERGARTENMature excellent condition. range, creek.. High. and dry, no flooding. "BRIAN'S SONG" Drama, Action Drama, Starring Racquel

( young lady to work In kin. NEAR NAS & CECIL 724 1592. Starring James Caan and Billy Welch and Kevin McCarthy.

dergarten & manage day care unit Almost new 3BR., 2BA. home, small LOT FOR SALE Dee Williams. "G" (87 min.) "PG" ((99 min.)
[ with
must be dependable,
experience dwn. pymt. &
|& references. 3560116. assume mtg. at lower'Interest Julington Creek Rd., i/iMI. off SR13.90'X125' .
rate,
carpeted CH&A owner will finance best offer
garage, lots of xtras. within
reason. 7241592.
F MISCELLANEOUS' 4BR. SPLIT LEVEL 1974 GOVERNOR MOBILE HOME

Super nice for $10,000 dwn. you fan FOSHEE REALTY k<: MOBILE HOMES 'I'IJUSTJSS | With 1'/4 acre lot, 3 B R., 1'12 BA., partly

LIVE CRABSWilford's own this lovely spacious home & Immediate cash for your equity, none furn., 6 mos. old shipping out, must

Fish Camp assume low pymts. too large or too small. TRAILER PARK sell, 2821505.

264-9707 ORANGE PARK 388-1581 Broker 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS clean modern
Owner ready to move, Ideal family trailer! and apts. 3893007. J[ '.' ,TRANSPORTATION: '''J ,
location, near schools & quiet neigh. :
, FURNACEREPAIRASERVICE $150. CLOSING COST

I wall & space heaters, heat pump, 3BR.borhood, Fncd., good shaded buy excellent terms No Down on VA Mtg., 3BR., plus extra NEW 1974MOBILE HOME 'CADILLAC J'

1 Tyler's Heat A AC, 3885161. DOCTORS LAKE yd. DR. room, BIRO, & refrlg., new carpet & 2BR., )12X50 AC Washer & dryer Brand new motor-completely rebuilt

Warm your toes near the fireplace In paint, very, very nice area. $23,000. connection. Take over pymts. 388- good body new tires Immaculant
VANSANDT REALTOR,389-3549 2907. interior, 350. or best offer. 2463006.
RESTAURANT EQUIPMENTMust this homey family rm., 3BR., 2BA.

sell going out of business, all sep. DR, equipt. kit., dbl. car garage SAVE CASH -
reasonable, good buy, like new cond., w-xtra working area. This home Is Seller will WE BUY AND SELL foE3's
all closing cost this A UP
pay on GOOD USED MOBILE HOMES NO CASH NEEDED
for Sandwich well built in
full layout or Short excellent
neighborhood. 3BR., IVjBA.' home w-Den, 'range, Phone 388-419 Financing arranged, for low mo. '
order restaurant 246-6336 or 246.8383.BUSINESSOPPORTUNITY Lg. corner lot & ready to move Into. refrlg., AC, fncd. Good
yd., $24,000. VA or pymts. dependable used. cars, a
Buy now while Interest rate Is right. good selection, 3886422.
ENSENADA FHA.JACK B & J MOBILE HOME SALES
V. FOREHAND,CORP.
Retiring Soon? How about a nice local 123BR., fncd. yd., partly enclosed R e a Itor-M.L.S. 771-8844 3738 Phillips Hwy.398.8926
ice cream business in an area free of patio area, sep.DR.. a steal at $22,500.Off Located on 103rd Street New 8. Used homes, special discountsto NO CASH NEEDED

competition? A turn-key operation, 103rd St. Between Cecil Field A NAS the military. See Bill Vernon CPO 1970 Dart Swinger, 2DR. HT, AC, tape
not a franchise, for $17,000. Box 317, BATLEYOne USN. Retired. We also do towing and player, sharp, low mo. pymts.

Atlantic Beach, Fla. 32233. House away from 103rd St. This ALL BRICK anchoring. Arranged. 3886422.
type property for only $20,500. Where
3BR. Home eat
w-Ig rms., sep. DR, 1913MINNIEWINNEGABO
else in the world?
STEREO COMBINATION in. kit., Ig. bk. yd. w-trees, $21,000.
CRASSIAA Loaded, excel. cond., reason for ONE OWNER
Turntable, amphlifler receiver, 2 frame home FHA or VA.JACK selling eye problems. 7712618. 1970
Chevrolet
w-knotty pine paneling.3BR. V. FOREHAND CORP. Pickup, L.W.B., like '"
speakers Excellent Condition. $100. ., family new,$1295. low
rm. &
garage carpet, or mo. pymts. 388-6422.
R I S.
264.5632, anytime. e a to r-M.L. 771-8844
entry area. Ig. kit., Invest now for Located on 103rd Street TAKE OVER PAYMENTS OF $87.72
future benefits. Just $350.downl lovely 2BR., 12tt.
Between Cecil Field A NAS
NEED YOUR HOME PAINTED? THREE ACRES wide, already set up In Park on NO CASH NEEDED

FREE Estimates Located in Middleburg, high & dry,w- HORSE LOVERS Mayport Rd. Move-In Today. 781-6027. 1967 Pontiac $595. or low mo. pymts.
Interior & exterior painting. Benson & trees, road frontage. Low dwn. Pymt. 388.6422.
This Is a Home you have been lookingfor
Forrest, 771-5464 or 7783421. Reliable FOSHEE REALTY
INC. REALTORS 4BR., 2BA., Barn, workshop, 3.car NEAR REGENCY ft BEACHES
sober, & Reasonable. 384.1006, Eve. 388-1S81 garage, more closets than you will Fncd. lot& Mobile Home,W-W carpet, NO CASH NEEDED

ever use & many more x'ras, $49,500.VA many xtras. Call 725-8220, after 5PM. 1965 Mustang, new paint, sharp
GEORGE'S KENNELS WESTSIDE or FHA. Mon.-Fri. or All day. Sat. & Sun. 3886422.

Dogs A Cats Boarded 28SOO FHA-VA JACK V. FOREHAND, CORP.
Since 1925. Grooming, training & Already VA appraised masonry, Realtor-M.L.S. 771-8844
shipping. Visitors welcome. 3BR. family room, CH&A, large deep Located on 103rd Street Pr ,-wr

Bankamericard Mastercharge. lot. BPP. Between Cecil! Field A HAS

honored. Off 1.10 Near Cassat Ave. 8.
Edgewood Ave. $21,500 FHA-VA BETWEEN BASES Big Chief Say: 4 ,
SOlS Edgewood Court,783-1425. Masonry, 3 bedroom, all appliances, 3BR. home range, refrig. completely
CH&A, In convenient established fncd., any terms. $18,000.
Lakeshore. BPP. JACK V. FOREHAND, CORP. AI COME GETWORLD'S
WANTED
$28,900 FHA-VA R e a l t o r-M.L.S. 771-8846
Broken TV's, CB equlpt., Ham radio,
Masonry 3BR., 2BA., CH&A, dbl. Located on 103rd Street BEST
most any Electronic lunk. Needed for carport, enormous family room with Between Cecil Field & NAS (
experimentation. I 'will haul away bar and beamed ceiling. Oak Hill. TIRE BARGAINS
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384 5284 anytime. BPP. WHISPERING PINES

$21,000 FHA-VA Softly sing over your 3BR., 1'/2BA.' ,

CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY Normandy Village 3 bedrooms, all panelled den, CH&A, BIRO & refrig.,

Singer fig lag Sewing Machine 1973 appliances, many xtras, neat as a pin. loads of closet & storage space, huge
model. Must sacrifice this X'mas BPP. fncd. bk. yd., all terms available. Call

layaway for balance $67.40 or need 4BEDROOMS now $29,500
home with cent heat JACK V. FOREHAND,CORP.:
someone to pay $9.70 per month 2 baths, 2 story 1
payments. Zig-Zags, monograms,' and a 2 car garage. Over 2,000 Sq.Ft. Realtor-M.L.S. 771-8846
designs, appliques, embroiders etc. Below market at $26,500 FHA-VA, Located on 103rd Street LTR POLY 78
Between Cecil Field A NAS
BPP.
WILL TAKE TRADE. Phone 7310255.
Will deliver at no obligation. Ask for OFFICERS HOME 4-Ply Polyester / \
Credit Manager. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CH&A family YOU MUST SEE
room with fireplace, OAK HILL This cozy 3BR. home w-panelled
Reduced to 32500. FHA-VA., BPP. family rm.. DR & eat-in kit., w-BIRO, Blackwall
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS $25,500 FHA-VA much more all for $23,500. with termsto
Small AM Radio & Sunbeam Toaster, suit /
you.JACK
large family
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, SI
both) work very well. Dark blue run room CH&A. Conveneint to bases. V. FOREHAND, CORP. NIl' 25,000 Ml.GUARANTEE.
ner, approx. 2X6, small dark green R ea Itor-M.L.S. 771-8866
rug, several small striped rugs BPP. ORANGE PARK Located on 103rd Street

Kitchen utensils, pots & pans, MOVE RIGHT IN Between Cecil' Field A NAS I
casserole dish Fondue set w-4 fondue
This 3BR., 2BA home In Bellalr. I
forks Assorted glasses vases, etc. Freshly painted Inside and out. Call 1400 SQ. FT. DBL.WIDE HOME
Wooden wine rack Wooden Ice for details. $29,500. BPP. Close to Black .Creek & Public Boat I F78X14OR15 4FoR$758

bucket, like new. Other household NEAT AS A PIN Ramp. Land Is park like W-trees,

Items, all In good condition and very 3BR., 2BA. home, features CH&A, highest ground In area, 225X150,
reasonable. 384-4471, after 8:30P.M. thruout and equipped kitchen. Asking $25,400. or make reasonable
carpet
offer. Call 282-4248 aft. 6P.M. or leave 1 678x14H78x14 4FoR$798
$32,000.BPP.
I REAL ESTATE Ij I FOUR BEDROOM3BA number at 2825316. /

home with excellent floor plan.

DRIVE BY THESE 3 A 4 BR. HOMES Walking distance to shopping and t, ;z;:.:) RENTALSLARGE r 4FoR$8980P
BPP.
NEAR BASES,VACANT schools. $33,000. 4
MOVE-IN WHILE QUALIFYINGI! SAY HELLO TO A GOOD BUY 2BR. MOBILE HOME .
3BR., 2BA. home on a beautifyl lot. Nice Pvt. lot, water, sewage & gar. 80
6804 Snow White $
Split bedroom equip kitchen, bage furn. S135.MO., $50 dep.. Near
6159 Harlow Blvd.3815CambayPI.
private back yard with patio. $41,750. Bases, Married couple only. No L78x15 4 FOR /
children or pets. See at 7050 Camf held
2548 Hugh Edwards Dr. BPP. F.E.T. $2.41 to $2.82
MUST SEE Rd. 7729839.
6042 Commodore Dr. Tire Guarantee
This custom built home with 3BR. Passenger
5241 Helm Ave. 2BA BIRO, CH&A and carpet. $55,000. UNFURNISHED HOUSE Guaranteed ataiist all read hazards lor the We if Me original tread II tie tans.we will, atxu
Others
Call MANASSA for Details-Many REALTY BPP. Or. Pk., N. Y. Ave.,5 min. NAS. 3BR., optae,repxe it tree w replace ft.charting only tot Me tread well 01 a pro rata share

3823 771-5400 LOVE A CHARMING SETTING? Neat, Avail. Dec. 12th. $175. 3889886. St the tarmac price plus tat.
Blanding Blvd. Then see this beautiful. brick home on Ctaraitred agamst wear eyMor i specified umber el miles II tread eexs out ii this pe

Black Creek features over 2,100 sq. nod we win replace it.Charting tor inileate used on a pr oata share ol the current price
SEE THIS LOVELY HOME CH&A, equipt. WILMAR APTS. etcladed
ft. of living space aloe he Comeere al rtkrclre
INCEDARSHORESQuiet kitchen & swimming pool. $59,500. 2BR. Apt., water, sewage, & garbage.
retirement neighborhood, 1 blk. BPP. All ground floor, quiet St., House pet / !
to Cedar Hills Shopping area. 30000. A WORLD OF LIVING O.K., small child O.K., no yard dogs

MANASSA REALTY is found in this beautiful brick home Furn. $150., Unfurn. $125., Washer e

M.L.S. 771-5400 with 4BR., 2*8A.. extras too $1000 100 Ft. Clotheslines, new i

numerous to list 574.800. BPP. aluminum siding, new roofs. 387-2541 e
2740 DELLWOOD AVENUE WESTSIDE 387-1127 or 384.2986. I

2BR home, kit. equipt.. Fenced bk. ORANGE PARK 264.1222 to A MM.-
..,
vd.. 786.1685. BPP IS THE HOME WARRANTY Open 8.6 Mon. er ., Sat
CECIL
MILES
COVERS THE
TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo PLAN THAT AIR CONDITIONING 1 B R. Mobile Home, AC, carpet, no r }'
up to twenty acre Tracts 5 mile HEATING d ELECTRICAL pets bach only, $100.M6., 781-1369 0.

radius Cecil Field & 1.295 $2,000.00 to PLUMBING PLUS BUILT.IN AP-

$3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far PUANCES'FOR ONE FULL YEAR 1 BEDROOM TRAILERIn

below near-future values. Call Tony AT NO COST TO YOU.. shady Park, in Green Cove Srings J1
George 7711976.
389.551Eve VENER REALTY $125.MO., $75,Dep. 388.2907.
WYNNE REALTY OF FLORIDA MLS 317.1129 BPP
Realtors Specialist



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DECEMBER 5, 1974
16 JAX AIR NEWS-AIRWINGER -.,

For Sale: 1972 YAMAHA 100.
CHARM
GOLD _
LOST
.'.ti ::a'iS'J i.\\V.KS'.S r .'.! : ; \ ..... =.: BRACELET: Reward Call 264- Near Showroom Condition. Less


THE WWMKWWKWMARKET i .1;:] 7374 .-..-... than BIKE 1900 Call actual 772-2114 miles'Home, 'SHRINE 249. 784

A FREE PERSOIIIAL WANT ADSEAV'CE For Sale "CB" Base Unit Bearcat
for Military and Civilian Employ M NAS Jav and NAS Ctol l Field & Siltronix-Brand Newl only 2 Must Sell 20 Volume Groller's

months old Great deal Half the Collegiate ENCYCLOPEDIAVery
-. ------ 1
r------REE-W o 1 Original Price! I Ext. 2761 Reasonable Call 737-9257

:. : AD ORDER FORMADS after 6pm

.' 1972 TOYOTA CORONA MK-2
I ( MUST BE LIMITED TOO WORDS) . eeQ .
.. Sta. Wag AM-FM Radio, AC, God .e.o e

I Tires, God gas mileage, $1400.00 e .
COliC
Ext 3146 Nas Ask for Gill 284-5138 V

I I after 5pmJacquar c, C1 C e.JI.

.', 1 I : ... 6 ( G7 ic /+' :

CAR PARTS-Very @)( } ( ( .
I (; @)A'
I reasonable, bathroom fan fix C9 ( )

tures Very nice guitar $75, 6 c 6 :
I TYPE : ( @)
OR
CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW II III (
need to buy double mattress & <
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. ( (!) .. I springs 772.7305. r @\I::
.
I I .. rc:@) @j(j0d

I 1969 FORD F.250 CAMPER d(!) (g G(i)GS
I Name Office or activity to which assigned I Seclal with 11' Fully Self- < >

I Contained Camper. Many Extras e .

II I Call:: 772-3395 ask for Room 325 JACKSONVILLE .

Rank Rae or GraOe Work Plxsre Nc. signature t S .
I
WPDQ-FM presentsRENAISSANCE
I CARPORT SALE: Dec 6&7 .
I. AdrM s.ry wm > atreped OI"ty" tfOI"\% active must provide all information requested, ie: Full 1
PortaCrib carseat
I Playpen, ,
military or c.*.KJM rrteicvre person<*4 auigned to name (typed or printed)of person submitting ad and I :
I NAS JalsORwtee er h&% Cecil Frets his Signature\ grade or rank rate office or activity games, ANTIQUES, glass & special I guestTRIUMVIRAT .
2. Free to which he is assigned and office telephone This prlmatives 184 Ursa St.-(
amwss+ n tie :
6 I np rtrT: UARKET" .
will t* limped to Otters.e 6w7 se* or rent' Sovs cftQ information is tor authentication only and your ad I Meadowbrook) Orange Pk 264-
I should be worded independently of this information Dec. 11 7:30P.M. .
,
Wed.
,
for .
personal use as a"' 9ei>ce oners to buy or sen I 3627

I personal property Driers d or reeves' tor rides to .......... Civic Auditorium .
S. Deadline for of to in
receipt advertising appear I
and from
work announcrYwents ol educational' e
I courses offered by non profit 6ftIJahOf\S or the .following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads For Sae: 1866 Buick Waldcat/ FIGHT FOR INFLATION

1 oovernement agencies Ads for rentals! wip be accepted arriving after that date will be placed in the AC, AT PS, PB, Heater, Radio tickets.$1.97
following week's edition Ads will be ruri only onetime 1 at' eSpecial
I only if the words "PCS"' (for military), or New Tires. Call! 264-4140 S
unless re submitted as prescribed abOve.
'Officially Reassigned (for civilians leaving me I Services OffIr
I Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the S .
ad. Ads for pets will be earned only when ac t. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I 72 LEMANS SPORT Spd, Vinyl
I companied: by the word 'Free "Flee T MARKET" advertising The JAX AIR I Top, Rally Wheels, AM-FM Tape, DEEP PURPLE :
NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide
I 3. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers I AC, You'll like itl 786-6209 special guest
"Flee MARKET" ad form which will be printed : Electric Light Orchestra :
I in each edition of our paper. Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each No I For Sale: Sears Kenmore
will be reiected more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be 1 Electric Four Burner RANGE. special guest

I 4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to "Flee accepted I Like New $150.00 Call 264.3827 : ELF :

I MARKET" Editor co JAX AIR NEWS. Bldg 1. .. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a I Sat., Dec. 14,8P.M.Coliseum .

1 NAS Jacksonville. Jacksonville. Florida 32212 business or which do not meet the above For Sale Besster Topcon Super D .

I OR"Flet.T requirements will be rejected The publisher with 28mm, 135mm, 30mm Lens SS advance tickets-$5 .
MARK-ET": Editor c-o AIRWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I
.
I 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215 These forms Many Extras .$425 Call Kleber S at
I ___ --I Ext 2145-2146 Special Services Office S
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For Sale: Sears 14 CF Priced for Quick Sale-1970 LTD, 50 Gal.! OIL BARRELL STAND : WISHBONE ASH :
72 CEASAR PALACE Bdrm 1
REFRIGERATOR Best offer 4 dr HT; excellent cond. Call 389- $30 Call 282-1381 or Ext 2539
Bath unfurnished-large yard special I quest
7100 or 786-0601
Over $50.00 Phone 387.1163 after
washer-dryer hook-ups, wet bar, :
4:30 PM BUNK BEDS, the best, sturdy, Cent-heat. down : Atlantic Rhythm Section
wwc $600.00
OIL HEATER with CirculatingFan heavy with 3-inch posts, new $99, S extra added attractionS .
Fran
assume payments. 2954 or
For Sale 1966 FORD runs good like new; 300 Gal OIL no mattresses. 3 Drawer chest 772-9811 CAMEL

ATAC,4dr new paint. $400 Call TANK, Half Full 387.1516DISHWASHER.Chopplng $15 Maple hutch new $195 771.1184 S FrI., Dec.20,8 P.M.

Roy Roach 771.3211 Ext 246 or Coliseum
1972 CHARGER SE, Many Ex-
Home 772-7759 Block FREE-6t/2 month old Kitten. .
advance tlckets-S
:
tras-318 cu in V8, Wide Tires,
for Sale $75 Phone 772-7245 '
Top White, Black & Brown Color
at
Hurst Shifter, Low Good
mileage
For Sale 1971 CHEVY 3/4 ton P.U. after 5pm Mixture. Very clean & very Mechanically: $2225 or Most : Special Services Office :
with High topper Camper Excellent healthy Female 771-3211 Ext. 210
Cond. 350 V-8 Standard 20' Coba Cabin BOAT, 1974 135 Reasonable offer 264-6163 Christmas Rock Spectacular! .

Shift R.H. 6,000 miles. 771-9041 Johnson, Gator Trailer $2500.00 Sale Double & Twin BED, BlACKOAKARKANSAS :
DOUBLE OVEN Built-in Unit :
after 12:00: noon Call Cecil Ext. 295 or 294 frame, Springs, Mattress, Head
For Sale. Magic Shef. Avocado, .
special guest
J ---- & Foot boards, two end tables.
For Sale 1974 CONCORD 12'x65' Must Sell: 1973 HONDA 250XL( ) New & Excellent Cond. Price Good Condition, Orlg. $450.00 : Pure Prairie League :
Used $300 best offer 264.6163
3BR, 2BA, WW Carpets, CH&A Good Condition $450 Firm Ext $160.00 for all Call 772-0604 or special guest .

Dishwasher No Equity, Assume 8406 ask for AE3 SmothersFor S
Loan 778-1503 CAMPER Coleman Pop-up WINNEBAGO 24 Foot MOTOR JO JO GUNNEextra

HOME, Sleeps Seven, 2 Air
Sale 1970 Viceroy MOBILE Sleeps 6, two burner stove, sink added attraction

WASHER & DRYER $200, GE HOME 12'x65' 2.BR, 1 BA, Furn. Excellent Shape $900 772-7964 Conditions, Thermostat Heat, All : KISS :

FREEZER, 21ft. $200 Grandfather Cent. Air & Heat, Exc Cond. Call Extras. Factory Warranty $8900
264.8365 S Sat., Dec. 28, 8 P.M. S
CLOCK, $600, McGreggor MacClenny 259-6803 or Jax 724- YARD Msc
i SALE-Frl-Sat-Syn .......... Coliseum eS
Golf Clubs. $100 LawnMOWER 8245 after 5:30 Items 7513 103rd St. Near RickerRd. eS
$60. Call Laura at Cecil Ext. 553 Call Cecil Ext 8209 FREE KITTENS-3 Tiger, 2 White advance tickets

For Sale: Living Room FUR. .-..... Tabby, 1 Black Tabby, 6 Weeksold at

For Sale: 1974 16ft COBIA with NITURE Couch & Matching 57 CHEV. 2Dr-Cut Out for:" Dirt Weaned and House Broken S. Special Services Office .

1974 70 HP Johnson-Outstanding Chair$200 Chaise Lounge $100 All Track 301 cu. (Solids) outside 772-3271 or 264-8365
.....
GRAND FUNKRAILROAD :
condition-$500 & assume credit In Excellent Condition 772-9121 Headers 3 Tire-Weels 8 Lng. 771- :

union balance call 786-8890 .....-... 9489 $250 For Sale 1968 VW $695 Good

74 Volkswagon BUG Exc Cond .N.. Condition & Transportation See : :

WASHER, 3 Cycle-5 Temp. Under Warranty $2350 Firm Call For Sale 1974 MOBILE HOME at 4751 Lexington Ave or PH 388- special guest .

DRYER 3 Cycle. 2 Yr. old Sears 181.8407 12'x65 3 BR 2 BA WW Carpet 7437 ERIC BURDON

Kenmore. $250 with one Dishwasher, Shed CH&A Assume S
year Books, ELECTRIC Items, Roof
For Sale Fri., Jan.3,8 P.M.
By Owner 21/2 ACRES eS
((8 .
warranty $220 without 771-3211 Coating, Outdoor XMAS Loan No EQUITY
Lots) Golden Gate Estates Coliseumadvance SS
Ext 501 or 778-7099 after 5pm LIGHTS, Misc. Cab. Hardware 778-1503
Naples, Fla. PH 388-7437 tickets-$5 .
plus more 2118 Hyde Pk Road 28 ...... .. at .
13'x15' Green Sculptured RUG, & 29 Nov. 1973 V? HONDA 175 Excellent -
Special Services Office .
30&20
with Pad. Good Condition $50 771- Condition Must Sell. Being Gal. All Glass S

3211 Ext 501 or 778 7099 after 5pm 69 OPEL WAGON Power Disc Transferred Asking $550.00 Call AQUARIUMS, Iron stand, gravel 0 .

.. .......... Brakes, ATDual Carbs, 1.1SR 289-2291 flow& filters, silent giant pump, dyna : Advance Tickets by Mail :
filter
1913 H-D SPORTSTER XLH, heaters, hoodllght,
Engine, Motor Needs work, PN3 and .
Good Condition, Must sell $1,700or Conklin Ext 8326 or 781-7729 For Sale-72 HONDA 350 CB assorted African orchids. .Send money orders only, enclosing a .
.
Jim Dixon 724-3184 or Ext. 2164 Self addressed, stamped envelope to:
best offer. Call Dave Allen at Excellent Condition Only 4,500 .

3925 or 772-3050 Days. For Rent 3 Bed Room 12x60 miles. Must sell Call 772-2384 $115.00 (Name of GroupConcert) .

. MOBILE HOME, Furnished, after 5 Call 264.2315 FOR.NSALE 300 Water StreetJacksonville
FREE KITTENS, 2 months old. HOUSE Orange Fla. 32202
Located 3 miles from Cecil on
Fantastic Park orders received 3 days prior to
OfferM974 3BR
,
CORONA 2BA, Separate
2611 Ector Road, N. (off Merrill
Private Lot $150.00 781.3150 show will be held In box office for
you
Road, Arlington Area). 744.8495 DELUXE, 4 door, 4 speed, Dining, Fenced Backyard, AC, Se

after 5:30 ACHRadio, beautiful condition Buy Equity, 6 Pet FHA MTG. $96 For e
more Information
....-..- Best offer, after 5pm 778-4027 Month $24,950 264.5239
l call 9046332900 51Vz'
For Sale: Montgomery Wards Gold Mirror CONSOLE S, Scones e

WASHER and DRYER $150.00 and table, New In box orig. $40 SI Buy or Rent this luxury Eagle 1911.15' FG Critchfield V-

-f : 21" Portable COLOR TV Needs $25 Maple two tier lamp TABLE MOBILE HOME Located 2 miles BOTTOM & Needle Nose, gator : :

.* Transformer $25.00 Call 2247. 8- $35, Ross AM.FM RADIO New from NAS in quiet park, Home Is tilt trailer and 110 H.P. Merc. 50 .

". 4j39'Y"o.: : $15 Full; Size MATTRESS. & fully loaded. No$down. Call after mpg $1600. Jim Dixon 724.3184 or .

Boxsprlng $35 5pm 778-4027 Ext. 2164 ENTERPRISESPAGE .
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JAX AIR NEWS.AIRWINGER PAGE 17-
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HOME FOR SALE 3BR, 2BA, Two 100'xlSO' Lots, 600' from
LRDREat In Kitchen, Fenced George's Lake Beach and free
I FLEET MARKET 100x300 ft lot 724-6616 after 5 beat Launch. 771.6558 $1000.
'each. Contact Ray Allen' After 4
17' O'Day Daysaller/ Spinnaker p.m.

Main New JIB TRAILER $1600 .. ,........
1967 MGB-Mag wheels, Loaded Girls 26" SCHWINN LTJG Bowman X-558 Cecil or 771- "
1971 MGB Convertible
Mid Must Sacrifice: 1973 LINCOLN Excellent
with Extras May be seen at 2455 dlewelght BIKE 1322
In
very good CONTINENTAL MARK IV Condition $2250 Negotiable LTJG
Capt. Hook Dr Phone 249-0539 condition, $45,- room air purifier, Loaded with Lots of Luxury Save 1974 CRESCENT 12'x65 CH&A' Solomon VP-49 Personnel 772-
$850 $5;golding: music stand, $1.50 731- over $1000 Steal from Larry Apt Front Den 2BR, take over 3030 or 771-9162 (home)
4571 H-lTikl Apts, Orange Park payments 264-8621; after 6 264-
For Sale: Close-out of numerous .......... 8920 Seat, Tank, Fenders, Han
STAMP ALBUMS, Stock Books, 74 Starcraft Crank-up CAMPER BULTACO 125 Pursang MK.-.5. "dlebars, Exhaust Pipes. Fit all
Catalogs, Including over $2000.00 Loaded including Porta- Pottl and Like new Cond. $450 111.5909SCHWINN For Sale COUCH and CHAIR year Model T500 Suzuki. All look
Catalog Value U.S. and Foreign Awning. 5 Mos old. 743.5457 after with Slip COVERS $90 2 brand 'new $50. AI Feldman ext.
Mint and Used Singles. $95.00 6pm Blond Solid Oak End tables $30.00 2859 after 3 p.m.
Tremendous Bargain for .......... Excellent Condition Call388-4183
27" Varsity (Boys)
Collectors.: Call 264-2842 after Sears Fold-Down CAMPER withan Like New 10 Speed $65.00 771.1095 For Sale Large oil Space heater
5pm Add-a-Room. Sleeps four. For Sale Blond Heavy Oak (Duo-therm $45 771-3211 ext.
...**,-_. Asking $325.00 DINING ROOM Set Table Mon thru Frl
Call 786.5122 Good 1973.YAMAHA 175 Enduro, good (Large 8134 9.2' ask for
For Sale: All Leather Hand Condition condition Just 7000 miles, helmet with Buffet, 4 Chairs) Excellent Agnes! -
Stitched Western. PONY SAD. Inc. $435 771.4839 Condition $150.00 Call 388-4183
DLE With Lambs Wool Backing. Transferred.Must Sell-1973 For Rent FURNISHED

Also Halter, Bridle and Saddle HONDA CB100. Excellent Con MOBILE HOME for rent, new 1973 FORD RANCHERO, Ex. DUPLEX 2 bedroom, fenced
Blanket.: Like new Condition. Call dltlon, Economical Transportation 60x12, 2br. 4m NAS No pets, 1 cellent Condition, 350 miles yard, 10 mi. from base 145 per
264.2842 after 5pm $350 Call Chief Whiteat child, Ig. private yd $160 771.4839 351.V8, $3,000.00 1973 Four' Semi- month Call 282 1381 or Ext 2539
3593 or 771-3379 Chopped HONDA, Many Extras
BI KE For Sale Girl's 26" 3 Speed ROLLERSKATES, Boys Rink $1,000.00181.8910 74 New Moon MH. 12x65, front
$50.00 Brand New 264-9915 after 5 19" TV Excellent Condition Only Type, black, size 5, used once. den, 2 Dr, comp. furn., cental AH,
Ext 3802 on Base 1 Year Old & Repaired SURF- $15.00 Call 771.0859 after 1600 For Sale: Stroll -Chair Baby Fenced yard, Utility shed Call f
BOARD 778-2229 or 771-2098 furniture. still In very good 772-1320 after 5 p.m.
Like New Panasonic Solid State For Sale 1965 CHEVROLET condition also a Coleman Camp.
AM-FM-FM STEREO with 8 For Sale: 1968 Glaspar, V-hull, Pickup in Good Shape $600.00 23" Heater. 778-2816 650 Triumph Bonneville,
Track Tape, Turntable, and double. fiberglass bottom; includes Zenith Console COLOR TV CHOPPED MUCH Chrome,
Headphones Originally over $300 100 horse Mercury engineIn $200.00 Stelter 264-5629 Trailer Hitch 1970 VW Sg. Bach Excellent condition $1300. 1972
Asking $150 786-4581 anytimeFor great shape, 1 pair of skis with ....::.... r/s in Ball $12.00 Phone 771-8261 Kawasaki 750, runs and looks
belts and trailer Ext 3567 1974 Shasta TRAVEL TRAILER13Ft. or ext. 551 ask for Lt. Richardson good $800 CF Ext. 8392

Rent-TRAILER LOT with Air Stove Oven Ice Box .............
Pole, Welt & Septic Tank in 1971 FORD LTD Brougham 4 Porta Toilet VW Can Pull, Call 1974 Olds Cutlass S-442, four 1973 Pontiac Catalina, 4 dr. SD,
Mlddleburg.: Call 282-5382 after Door Hardtop, Deluxe, Air, 264-5723 months old, fully equiped, PS, PB, AC, AM-FM, Solid Blue,
5:30: PM $45.00 Per month Stereo, Excellent Condition, Only metalic brown $1,900 and take 16,000 Mile. Asking $2400. Call
$1950 Call 264-8526 WASHER and DRYER 2 yrs. old over payments. 772-2364, Rizzo, Ext: 3244 wed-sun. 0800.1630

NEED RIDE from Lakeshore used only 10 months All hook ups 786-1646 p.m.
Area to Cecil Field Mon-Fri, 7:30- You guys in the Barracks, This Included. Avacado Green $175 or .............. 1974 Kawasaki 500. Full racing
4:00: Starting :Jan 75. Call Mrs. would. save you money. (Refrig.) best offer for both Call 778-4200 Play Pen $15. Dro Pin Stove & fairing; expansion chambers;
Bell Ext 343.344 For Sale: $15 Jim Scherr or John Oven $35 New $200. Couch Bed low mileage; expertly main
Myers at 772.2535 MG Midget 1971 Conv. $1500. 772"- Simmons $40 New $200 Needs tained; excellent condition. Base

1969340 ENGINE For Sale $150 or 2353 covering. Phone 3984496. ext. 3146 after 4 p.m.

Best Offer after 4:00PM: Call 771- WALL FURNACE, 60,000 BTU
7047 Complete with Therm. 55 gal.
tank w-stand and 2'/z sections of

For Sale; 6 String electric Packer five lines..733.1562 SIMMONS BEDDING
GUITAR.- Fender neck with
hollow body. $30.00 Holzweg 2145- Blond DINETTE TABLE(4(
2146 chairs) by Wakefield. $75.00
Girl's 20" Bicycle $15.00 Metal FACTORY SECONDS-

For Sale: Epiphone 6 string Pole Lamp $3.00 Other Items Call

acoustic GUITAR, with case. 384-5870
Excellent:: condition $100.00 Call FREIGHT CLAIMPRICES
GARAGE SALE Dec.5.6-7 Maple
Hoizweg; at 2145-2146 -
Bedroom Set, Clothes, Chaffingdish ARE FOR COMPLETE SETS
For Sae: -Sears 12' JON BOAT Chest, toys, Chairold( )
$35.00 Sears 10' JON AT $25.00 Much more-6003 Hyde Pk. Circle 1 Twin 69* to 79* SAVE 120

Excellent:; Condition phone 772- 786-7599 __ i.

3078 18' Cobia Cabin CRUISER, 85hp i---r Full 79* to 119 SAVE 160

For Saie-Custom-Fialred: Johnson, Tilt Trailer and Com
FIBERGLASS FENDERS for pete; Accessories $2400 Ph 771- Queen 129* to 179* SAVE 190

Late Mode, VW. Never Instated.:; 0412 ...........
Ca. Henderson Ext 121 Ceci.; DRUMS FOR SALE: 5 piece set
149 to 299 SAVE 380
with 3 cymbals. Hi Hat and King
For Sale. Large Oi SPACE throne. Very good condition, '
HIDE-A BEDST00!
HEATER (Duo-Therm) $45 Moving, must se;,. $250.00 PH 289- -
This is the worlds finest
bedding
771.3211 Ext. 8134 Mon. thru Fri 3511 ..........
9.2 Ask for Agnes manufactured by Simmons Co. Because
Wi,, BABYSIT In home. Have '
my '
one chi.d; of my own. Five miles .,.; ;; ._. .U. "' it may have incurred a flaw In the
For Sae: -SCUBA regulator: spear from Ceci; on Yellow;; Water Road r material or damage In shipment, we are
guns, buoyancy compensator Phone 289-3541 able to sell this quality bedding at LOW,
diving ,lght. Fisher stereo tuner-
.LOW prices, and the savings to
pass you.
RMS
AMPLIFIER, 35 Watts per For Sa.e 10 and 2 Gal.

channe, ET1. .'..O-dfield;: : Ext 209 AQUARIUM, 3 Air Pumps, II
Assorted Fl.ter; F.ourescent
For Sa.e: 1969 FORD
: w-fu. hood $35. 771-1597
FAIRLANE COBRA, 428, Ram Light Mattress Mart
Air, 4-Speed, Mags, Oii; Cooer: after 5:30Uti.ity:
$800.00 264.7121 After 5,Fri. Sat & Large
TRAILOR,
Between 1 & 5:30: Sun.
..__.u..u... 10'x6'x4' high $150, 10 Speed
1 Large Trlcyc.e baby car seat, Bicyc.e, generator headlight & Y --1' 5039 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 786-4414

03A3 springfie.d; stock, M1917 many extras $100 388.9028 Tuesday-Saturday 10am-6pm
Enfie.d; stock for sa.e.: Chief
Peney: 3074 or 389.4183 For Sa.e: Simmons HIDE-A .phone 731-2149 for.Sunday.Monday appointment
BED 'Ca.. 264.1692

Rent or se, 1973 12x65 Eagle
Mobi.e Home Comp. Furn. 2 GAS RANGE, Magic Chef and '' (,
washer Couch and Chair, Like new '
Bdrm. l' ? bath CH&A,
dryer $200 Mo or assume Pmts Reasonable 388.8023CHRISTMAS

$133.00 mo. 772.2353
GIFTS-Patchwork

Ladies Go.f Cubs; Bag & Balls Pillows, Decoupage Plaques,,
lust In time for Christmas like Purses, Flower arrangements
Dellwood
dolls 2357
new $120 Value $50. 772-2353 ceramics II'
Ave 387.0161

72'/a HONDA 450-New Sprockets 1/4 Carrat DIAMOND RING,
Chain and Tires,with one helmet. Solltare mounting, white gold
Very Good Condition. $750.00 Ray ,matching wedding band Call 7780306 -
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PR3 Charles A. Hartman are presently undergoing treatment at the Naval Hospital. Mrs. Kirkhamsaid
her son had been in the service and people were always good to him. She believes in returning the
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A TURKEY FOR A FAMIL Y..AMH1 L. Benjamin R. Green acceptsa
turkey from a Commissary patron for the Navy portion of WPDQ's
Our 200th Birthday city wide Food for the Needy Campaign.AMHl Green and PNl JamesE.

Brown organized the Navy's part in the event. In all,$857.50 In cash ....
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I _, 'Upward!, working for NARF employee__ I
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Jax For one NARF employee, Upward Mobility means much more than a
new career; she finds her status unique among all the Navy's rework facilities.
'.>,<' Elvin A. Roulhac says she always felt she could do better than those years she
,
'/' spent as an ungraded employee. "But now my job makes up for it," she added.
f't < She certainly has the enthusiasm and qualifications for a new challenge.Mrs. .
Roulhac attended Jacksonville's Edward Waters College for two years
t and graduated salutatorian of her class. She furthered her education at Florida
j). A&M University and has since earned a diploma in practical electricity from
Florida Normal College at St. Augustine. In addition, she received a certificatein
I advanced EEO Counseling from the Civil Service Commission in Atlanta, Ga.
4a jJt After college in 1941, Mrs. Roulhac taught physical education in Lake City in
a the Columbia County Elementary School system for one year. The next year she
i served as a substitute teacher in Duval County, before coming to NAS.
After 25 years at many different jobs at NAS and NARF, she discussed the
fr Upward Mobility Program with her supervisor and the possibility of upgrading
S i her
S t position. ,
3'Y "I was evidently in a typing and outgoing mood when I submitted my 171
form," remembered Mrs. Roulhac about the day she applied to the Upward
Mobility Program.The .
Upward Mobility Program allows the advancement of employees who v
would normally be ,considered unqualified for certain positions. Through the
program employee showing potential can advance from a dead-end job to
different fields.
y tf g a r 'h+ < The results-November 10, 1974 she was promoted to Quality Assurance
Specialist in the Avionics Division at NARF. In fact, she is the only woman
member of the National Association of Government Inspectors in any NARF in i
the country. .
"I always thought I could advance here,"she said.
ELVIN A. ROULHAC
One of her duties now is helping make decisions on what new equipment to use
on aircraft. All new devices have to be OK'd by a Quality Assurance Specialist
Retired 0'Wives before NARF can implement them. .
Teaching underprivileged children in Duval and Columbia Counties, as well as
being an exchange student while attending Florida A&M, made her "very,very
slate Christmas partyJaxThe aware of social and economic problems" created by discrimination against

minorities.Mrs. .
Retired Of- round dinner will follow. Routine has used the experience she acquired in education and teachingin
ficers Wives Club will Reservations should be her work as an EEO counselor. So farshe has achieved 95 percent success in
celebrate their annual made by Dec. 11 by calling resolving the problems brought to her by NARF employees who felt they had
Couples Christmas Party Betty Anderson, Pat suffered discrimination.The .
Dec., 13 at the NAS Jax Mosman or Nina Cantwell. Quality Assurance Specialist remains active off the job as well as on it. She '.'
O'Club. Cancellations should also works with the local YWCA, the League of Women Voters and the Liana
Cocktails and hors Toastmistress Club of NARF.
be made by Dec. 11.
d'oeuvres will be served at Mrs Roulhac also is an usher at the Seco Missionary Baptist Church of
6:30: p.m. and a steamship Cost is$13.50 per couple. Jacksonville. She participates in the mission society where she visits sick
members. and tends to their needs.
She sums up her political-social views by saying, "I firmly believe each per-
mm mtmmmvs NEWIIContinuous. son,regardless of sex or color,should have a chance to expand and advance. It is
the title Ms. saying it makes her feel
a sin to waste brain and talent. She likes ,
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Regardless of how busy she stays,Mrs. Roulhac has one form of recreation she (
refuses to do without. After a work day she likes to play ball with Helga and .
Shasta, her two German shepherds. i
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I "lnvestininAmerica" began in 1776 I

Treasury bonds were offered for World War Two, thousands of terest by Treasury check every six
individual purchase as far backas volunteers began promoting and months. As registered securities,
1776. There were "Liberty selling War Savings Bonds. they are "indestructible"; that is,
Bonds" in World War One and By the end of 1945, some six they will be replaced if lost, sto-
"Baby Bonds" in the late 1930's, million volunteers had sold $185 len, mutilated, or destroyed.
but the Savings Bonds Program, billion inTreasury securities to an Through the Payroll Savings
as known today, was launched in estimated 185 million Ameri Plan, the program provides a
1 1941 On March 19 of that year, a cans. Under the provisions of simple, automatic way for persons .
M x Defense Savings Staff was set up Treasury Order No. 62, effective to save for themselves and
in the Office of the Secretary to January 1, 1946, the Savings for the future security of their
k plan the national sale of Savings Bonds Division has continued the families and their country. It
Bonds-Series E, F, and G-and program. broadens the base ownership of
Savings Stamps, then exchange. Two series of Savings Bonds are the federal debt; it helps reduce
able for Bonds. now available Series E, an inflationary pressures.
On May 1, 1941 President appreciation-type security,sold at More than $60 billion worth of
Franklin D. Roosevelt bought the 75 percent efface amount, which Savings Bonds are held by mil.
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Robbins and Rawlins make e

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short work of Dragon foesjax -. !;

It was a short that lost three w _
men to
week last week so VP-56 fouls. ,

made short work of their VP-49 didn't fare much .

two American "League better under the Dragon

basketball opponents. onslaught as they fell 107-
Larry Rawlins took on 55 and again it was the

most of the scoring Rawlins and Robbins .. .
responsibilities during the combo that did the most i ; =
first half of the Dragons damage with 30 and 20 <' t1 3 1 i J 11t
119-53 win over HS-1 whenhe points respectively. Ed
scored 23 of his 30 Sullivan contributed 16 ,
points. The second half points.

responsibilities fell to Lonnie Johnson had 24

Harry Robbins, who points for the Woodpeckers 11441
scored 20 of his 32. 18 of which came
The two 30 pointers in the second half.Admin .
received ample support
from Ralph Calloway with stillundefeated > y

15, Ed Sullivan with 14 and

Wallace Irving with 10. ,""
Jerry Davis had 20 THE SPOILS OF VICTORY-The football season has come and gone but it will linger/ on in the
points for the HS-1 team Jax-John Fruge with 22 and minds of these men as they look at the reminders they were presented with last week by Capt. Don
Paul Hollan with 20 led Admin Childers, NAS XO.'Standing at Capt. Childers left is Jim Gagalis of VP-16 with his MVP award (he
last week to their fourth straightwin tied with two other men), Cdr. R.O. Moberly, FICEUR CO, with the station championship trophy,
Supply winsin without' a loss in the National Jim E. Smith with the league trophy won by FICEUR, Mark Swoboda of HC-2 with his MVP award
League. and John Richards of FICEUR. Not pictured is John Meyers,who was one of those who tied for MVP.C .
NarJax was the victim in their
overtimeJax 67-43 win that saw them extend :::; ::: ";: ::::::::;:::;:;:;:::::::;:;::;;:;;::::: :::::: ::::: : ::::::::::: ::::::: :: ::: ::
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After leading 4137at another Paul Calhoun 14 before and it was Ken all Tharp over. ; S iii.j; third

halftime against 679th, 'were NarJax's most proficient victory.
Supply had to comeback in i scorers with 13 points each.
Jax--HS-1 scored
78-64
a
overtime to win an 84-82 NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE
Pope leads Ops W L W L American League win over 679th
decision in the American ADMIN 4 0 VP-56 4 0 last week for their third victory in
League last week. Jax-Garry Pope scored 37 VP-16 3 0 3 0 four tries.
points and led his Air Ops team to HC-2 Tom and
Jennings Davis
Jerry
Kevin Gordon with 26 HS-3 3 .1
an 89-52 National League win SUPPLY 4 2 shared top honors for HS-
and Beaver Spencer with VW-4 ,3 1 ", scoring
the Marine Barracks last 'J-I' 'Ie with
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NWSF 2 3 IIS-1 3 1
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were sparks week. Lemaster
was one point
NARJAX 2 3 2 away
kindled fire fora The win marked Pope's third HAWKS 1 from
just enough MARINE BKS 2 1 679th l' 4 making it a three way tie
Supply win. straight 30 point-plus per- with his 1R
AlROPS 1 2 3
IIS-1S 0 of 679th was the
formance and marked him a Alfonso King, ;
George Teasley. with 19 definite contender for the HOSPITAL 1 QO 3 CPW-ll 0 3 games high man with 22 points. :
and Ken Lewis with 18 led season's scoring title. FASO 1 5 VP-49 0 5 His teammate, George Teasley) ,
679th's efforts. Marshall Young scored 23 for added 15 points before he fouled
the Marine Barracks. out.


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Patterson's 37 points was the strength behind their or -,
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, "( VA-83 5-0 VA-45 4-1 Field are sponsors for the Junior V VA-174 VA-45, VA-81, VA-72, VS. November and will be holding II i
t. FASO 3-2 VA-86 4-1 League Basketball at the Emmett 30 and VS-32. league tournaments at the Cecil
ATC 3-2 VS-32 4-2 Reed Center a part of the Field Gym sometime in
VS-32 3-2 AMD 4-3 Jacksonville Recreation This effort of community December.
Marines 2-3 VS-28 3-2 Department. The league is service was coordinated by the
VA-45 1-3 VA-82 1-6 composed of underpriviledgedchildren VA-174 and CLAW-1 Human Each of the sponsoring
VS-30 0-5 PING PONG STANDINGS from ages 13 to 18. Relations Division with the squadrons presented it's team
NATIONAL LEAGUE: AMERICAN LEAGUE: CLAW-1 and CVSW-1 togetherare assistance of Mr.Carlton Bryant with new uniforms to start the j
VA-174"O" 4-0 VA-83 15-0 sponsoring the entire league. the center's coordinator. The league off right. I I
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I,; Aussies dump Jax, but Mavoort losesJaxThe .:' ':' 'v ,,I I '.i!l ;' -," ; ;;
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t Melbourne, Australia saddled the second half. Mobley and 21 each for Harry BOWLING
Miller
Jax Navy Fliers with a 96-88 losson and Pete Patterson.
turkey day but they came back The Aussies had six men in This Friday and Saturday the

I on Saturday to thrash Mayport double figures to Jax's five as Fliers will pit their 3-2 record AMERICAN LEAGUE

108-57 with four men scoring over Dennis Mobley had 22, Pete against the Tyndall Air Force W L W L

20 points.St. Patterson 18, James Smith 15, team. Both games will be in King ONES BUNCH 44 20 F ALeONS 29 39
Harry Robbins Hall ( MARINE BKS
Kilda won the first half 13 and Uvio Bldg. 563)) with Friday'sgame NAMTD 3032 43 21
Capilla 11. p.K. beginning at 8 andSaturday's FASO 23 45
Yeisley
battle 43-33 and depended on that was St. p.m. TRIPPERS
Kilda's high man with at 1 4o 24 HOSPITAL 19 49
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lead for the win when the Fliers ; LATE CHARGERS '
Mayport suffered a 50 point loss FICEUR .
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to the Fliers on Saturday when D BUSHMAN 34 30 PACIFIC LEAGUE
four men took it upon themselves
BUSCH LEAGUERS 23 33
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petition. The result t was 24 points PIN BUSTERS 14 42 SPLITMAKERS 49th 18'h

i RAMBLINGS for James Smith, 23 for Dennis BUSCH BUDS No. 1 13 47 WOODPECKERS No.2 4S 23
SEA HORSES 41 'J:1
CONTINENTAL LEAGUE

'Saturday Jax-TEEN night CLUB was :a This most past en- ::: ?ttJj:::::::::::::::f?:f:: : :::t:t:tftttJ: t ttj::t:@:::: "500" 57'h W 224'zADCOP L POS BLIND BATS 37 33 3S 31 .

No.1 32 36
joyable evening at the Teen Club lf i.) ZEROS 50 26
TEE TALKJaxThe SEABEES No.2 31 37
with Mayport Teen Club as their SIX PACK
46 30 CONTROLLERS No.2 28th 39'h
guests.The band, "Leo",was one FLEET ANGELS No.1 GRUNTS 26 42
of the best bands yet. The com annual BALLERS 36 36
Navy vs Navy FLIGHT Shirley Laxton (1st), FLEET ANGELS No.2 17 51
petition in pool and table tennis League golf tournament resulted Lassie Mahoney (2nd) 2nd DIR BALLS 36 40

was won by Mayport, Boys 6-4; this year in a 21.14 win for the FLIGHT Lucille Rae ; ROTORlIEADS 34'h 37'h
((1st
Girls 3-5. NAS is looking forward Navy. Flight winners were as Gloria ), LOOSE ENDS 34 42 NATIONAL LEAGUE
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I Gortney ((2nd); 3rd
to a rematch January 25 at follows THUNDERBOLTS 33 43
: CHAMPIONSHIPFLIGHT
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-Lois Holt (1st), Hildur W L .
Both Clubs would like THE TEAM 24 52
Mayport. Capt. Barrow ((70)
Hart ((2nd); 4th FLIGHT Helen ADCOP No.2 53 15
to thank all who helped in making Dan Conroy ((71)), George McCarthy Harrison ((1st), Laurie Klein SCREWBALLS 20 52 RED LIONS 44 24

4 the night a success. ((72)),Dick Doeschler ((72)); ((2nd); 5th FLIGHT Elaine ATLANTIC LEAGUE WOODPECKERS No. 1 40 'J:1

) REC CENTER: Coed 1st FLIGHT M.J. Marriott ((66), Honour (1st( ), Dutch Decker W L GEMS 39 29

t Volleyball is still meeting every Steve Delany ((67)), Vic Hawks ((2nd); 6th FLIGHT Pat White CONTROLLERS NO.1 47 21 HAMMER SLAMMERS 37'h 30th

Sunday and Monday night at 7 ((68)), D.E. Rollins (69)); 2nd ((1st), Pat Ogelsby ((2nd); 7th BUD MEN 43 25 HURRICANES 33 3S

I p.m.The games are great and we FLIGHT- Sam Gartner ((69)), Ed FLIGHT Dot Woods ((1st), Jo BATMEN 42 26 RAMRODS 28'h 39thDRAGONSLAYERS

can always use new faces so Nimnicht ((69)), Walt Honour ((71), Hogrefe ((2nd); 8th FLIGHT 39 29 LEPRECHAUNS 28 40
i come join us for a little fun and LeoProchello ((71)); 3rd FLIGHT- Marilee Brockley (1st), Robin SEABEES No.1 38 30 REBELS 23 41

exercise. R.H.Lewis ((67),Emerson Wilson Gilroy ((2nd). NARJAX 30 38 BUSCH BUDS No.2 9 55
l Women's basketball is coming (70)), Robert Lenz ((72)), Richard

J to the Rec Center so watch for Meyers ((75).
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only has one game to report this play the NAS Jax Women's Golf
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