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


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I I Seasons Greetings to all. .1.1I


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Secretary of the Navy

"During the holiday season we as Americans properly pauseto
acknowledge and give thanks for the good fortune bestowed
upon each of us and our nation. The strength of family unity, the
sustaining bonds of friendship and the joy of peace in ourselvesand
the world reflect the true feelings of this season." r

"During this holiday season there will be some men and ,
women of the Navy and Marine Corps who will be unable to join
their families and friends While your participation may be

A diminished we are grateful for your dedication and your
vigilance."

"To each member of the Navy and the Marine Corps and your
families I extend my very best wishes for a happy holiday
"
season

J. William Middendorf. U

WELCOME HOME-Thc Pelicans of VP-45 returned from a five-

; month deployment to Iceland last week and this was the scene createdas
l\!-' :, .J[: j they checked in with customs officials. As they were checking in,
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ql; the Batmen of V P.24 were checking out on their way to replacing VP.
45 as the ASW representatives in the "Land of Fire and Ice."


COMNAVA/RLANT Something to think about.

"During the holy and joyous Christmas and Hanukkah season TI
I hope that the traditional spirit of goodwill, peace and,
fellowship will be manifested so strongly that it wit! persist as you celebrate holidaysJax
throughout the entire year. Although this past year has been one I.-
tension' and crisis, our nation has been free of conflict. For '
12:01: p.m. January 1 ushers in the "New Year".
know we'all( join in prayerful thanks. Y
"As we look forward to family rt"unions. we are mindful of + Along with the new year a new Florida law will be

those within the force who will not be with their loved ones ushered in that makes it unlawful to drive with a blood

during the holidays./ U'e are grateful for your presence on the alcohol level of .10 per cent and above.
periphery o/ our forward defense line."
"Mrs. Michaelis joins me in wishing to each of you and your r If the drunk driver is caught and doesn't beat the rap,

families merry Christmas and a new year which will be rich in one thing is for sure his driver's license is revoked for a

the realization of personal and collective goals." minimum of 30 days.


\'Adm, Frederick Michaelis/ This new.law comes down hard on the first offender.

The judge no longer has the discretion to withhold

judging the person guilty.In .


I hit the past, many judges showed mercy to first offenders
Christmas
Hold everythingshortages and withheld judging the person guilty. This

meant a person's record was still unspotted and that

II\ lUck! >' Crew 1975. work stoppage could delay when they came back a, second ,time they were con
The following would probablyappt"ar Claus had blasted reindeer Christmas 1974 until late July. '
sidered a first offender. No more! The hew'law requires
as a news story if Santa ranchers earlier this year for The general feeling aroundthe
Claus really existed slaughtering reindeer in protestof North Pole is that mandatory ajudication of guilt. And, with the mandatory -

In a news conference today at low prices which promptedthe Santa Claus will not elect to lay ajudication goes the mandatory suspension of
the North Pole. Santa Claus resignation of Special off any more elves and risk a driving privileges.The .
announced that Christmas will be Reindeer Prosecutor Rudolph. walkout.

delayed this yea.. until mid- No decision was announced on Florida"Legislature did not change the penaltiesfor
Amid clamor,that Santa Claus
January. Claus gave the rising whether or not Santa Claus would would driving while intoxicated (DWI), but added a lesser
doubted
resign is that
costs of sleighbells and shortage make his yearly trip with limited
of reindeer as the deciding fac sleighbells on his sleigh. Claus will cut toy production included offense: Driving with an Unlawful Blood I

tors.The Last summer,when the costs of which would work to worsen his Alcohol Level (DUBAL). Anyone in physical control of I

decision to delay Christ sleighbells began to spiral a image even more. any vehicle with a blood alcohol level of .10 per cent or
mas came after an One of Santa's Helpers in a above is
emergency number of Claus' elves were laid violating the new law.
meeting of top ranking Santa off. Now with the prices going speech to the United Sleigh
Claus officials and the Senate even higher Claus faces the Workers hinted that Santa Claus
Christmas Sub-committee. A options of either laying off more would indeed cut down on the DWI PENALTIES

decision was reached that it elves, cutting toy production or number of sleighbells instead of
would be unsafe for Santa Claus cutting back on the number of limiting toy production of the elf FIRST CONVICTION: fine of $25 to $500, up to six

to make the trip before more sleighbells he will use. work force. The aide to Santa months in jail, license revoked from a minimum 90

reindeer could be acquired and Elf union leader. Geroge Claus also blasted criticism ofClaus' days to a maximum of one year.
that making the trip on limited Measley has stated that additional decision (to delay

reindeer could cause reindeer elf layoffs will lead to a Christmas until mid-January. SECOND CONVICTION (within three years) : a
ranchers to boycott Christmas massive elf strike Another elfJAX Following the announcement minimum of
today pickets formed outside the 10 days in jail to a maximum of six months,

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A- .il Christmas responsibilities over THIRD CONVICTION (within five years) : a

to the Easter Bunny. minimum of 30 days in jail to a maximum of one year,

,.. AIR' NEWS: I congregated Pro-Santa Claus and demonstrators attempted to and-or a fine of up to $1,000.DUBAL .


"" I shout the picketers down. Finally PENALTIES
::" I police had to be called in. Several
1l The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian' Enterprise Newspaper Z'e
from both sides taken into
: ,. distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station.Jacksonville. .t were FIRST CONVICTION: find of up to $250, up to 90 days
Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a ; custody. m jail both
or license revoked for of 30 days
private firm All Copy submitted for use m the JAX AIR >:.: During his North Pole news a minimum
HEWS mutt be '0.warded to the Public Affairs office, Boi 7.NA4 conference Santa Claus again to a maximum of 90 days.
Jacksonville by U 00 noon on Monday before
> denied charges by the North Pole
publication News 't'm.rt' welcomed from all sourcesTelephone
Post concerning alleged kick. SECOND
77JJ4U."Everything CONVICTION
(within three years) : a
advertised in this publication must be made backs from a toy bag magnate. of
available for pi-rchase. use or patronage without regard to Claus also stated that he had no minimum 10 days in jail to a maximum of six months,
race. creed color. national origin or set of the purchaser.user intention of resigning but would and-or a fine of up to $500. License revocation will be
or patron A confirmed violation or reiection of this
policy of equal' opportunities by an advertiser will result m work out his option until same as for second conviction of DWI.
the refusal to print advertising from that source Christmas of the year 2000.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Claus was quoted :THIRD
as saying, CONVICTION within ) a
concerning such should be directed totom ( five years :
"after that,the Easter Bunny can minimum of 30
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY have it and you won't have Clausto and-or days in jail to a maximum of one year,
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a fine of
u > hlrh'H'. j.uksom HO M.I jio kick around anymore." Bunny up to $500.
'6"ktto "'+'t1. .Itll i.MIrfQ vacationing at Camp David, was attend Anyone.convicted of either charge may be required to

as II "ii 1 '\I I1'1 k'VOL. : unavailable for comment. a driver Improvement course at the discretion of
( EDITOR'S NOTE: Crews, the court
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employed at NARF in a word-
study program is on the editorial Florida also has an "Implied Consent" law which
staff of the HALYARD, the states that if a driver to
take already under arrest, refuses
campus publication of theUniversity the
breathalyzer test his license will be
of North Florida) .
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I Santa visits NAS Jax

FOOTBALL FANS!

Jax-Santa Claus payedan their annual Christmas
early visit to the party.In BE PARTOF THE GATOR BOWL THIS YEAR: MEN
I dependents of VP-56 and NEEDED AS SECURITY GUARDS FOR DEC. 30th.
deference
to the
APPLY 9AM to 9PM
VP-24 last week in honor of
Florida weather Santa
Pinkertons of Florida
arrived at NAS Jax in a
four engine turbo-prop 4040 Woodcock Dr. Suite 108
instead of the usual sleigh. Phone 398-7317
While he was here he
presented the children
with gifts and listened to
their individual Christmas
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results in creativity awardsJaxAn


s, aluminum foil creation which appeared to

.t. eS' incorporate the best features of a bug, an airplane and

e :+r car r an ice cream cone, won an award for C.W. Lawrence at

? cPVN \ a recent Value Engineering seminar.
i t A: a,. .1kj1 Lawrence's invention, cited as the "most useless,"

resulted from a creativity exercise in which seminar

y participants from the Naval Air Rework Facility were

asked to make something from a handful of paper clips,

foil, pencils, paper fasteners and rubber bands.
The award for the "most humorous" item was

G presented to William Davis for a "solar parabolic water

: riuil 4t heater." Its rotating discs would attract the sun's rays
?! l : and generate enough heat for hot water and other

energy uses, according to Mr. Davis.

Ic-' tL1i11; 11t1 I I Russell Mitchell was the recipient of the "most

original" award for his target gun operated with rubber j

bands to shoot down aircraft or other moving targets.The .

: I I theory behind the creativity project is to put the ;

___ participants in the mood for tackling the production '
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4111 --II.l1.UII. problems assigned to them for evaluation, research and (

CREATIVE THINKING was rewarded by NARF Production Officer, Cdr. R.L. Komp! (second possible solutions. ;
I from right), as presented special awards at a recent Value Engineering Seminarto CL( to RC.W.) Working in teams, NARF engineering and super- .
Lawrence, William Davis and Russel Mitchell.
visory personnel are assigned to study specific r'
problems and find alternative methods to do the job "

I Sojourners share with less fortunate more effectively and economically. .

Among the problems considered at this seminar were

Jax-Chapter 508 of (the The boys arrived at NAS Jax on spection of a VP-49 aircraft. corrosion control on certain items, improved procedurefor
Sojourners voted to share the December 14 and were treated to reworking radar antennae and J52 combustion
joys of Christmas with others less a program that included a Following the demonstrationsthe chamber processing.
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deliberations at the seminar
Jacksonville to play hosts to the Aircraft Fire and Rescue arranged with the Navy Mess are $655,814, according to
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EXFILMEX '74 (U.P.U.) budgetary reasons. male in the
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Mexico to issue a 10 Gabon Africa Follow-on assignments for
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reproductions of stamps Mexico Elmhurst though a gifted musicianJ.S. started pilot program in November with their
was
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previous inter-American for the past 25 years. Their life", concept), Doctor Sch- have served on the women ship. requirements.

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DECEMBER 19, 1974
AIRWINGER .
_6 JAX AIR NEWS

I New concept in managerial training I comes to* _JNAS I,

-
Jax A new concept in managerial training whose
time has come is being unveiled this week at NAS Jax in
the form of a Managerial and Supervisory Skills I
Training Course for Chief Petty Officers. : ;
On Monday, 20 local Master Chief Petty Officers
began participating in the first five day course that
operates on the premise, "even the best can get better".
The object of the course is to introduce Naval personnel
at the management level to methods which will
enable them to practice fundamental and advanced
management principles, effective communications,
problem solving techniques and skills in personal and
professional growth. '
While the initial effort is designed primarily for the
CPO community, in the near future the curriculum will
be made available to officers and lower rated petty
officers as qualified instructors are identified and rAN
trained. Long range plans call for at least six instructorswho
will conduct two courses each week. i
The idea for the course originated as the brainchild of
three Chief Petty Officers at the Fleet Ballistic Missile
Submarine Training Center in Charleston,S. C. Throughthe
joint efforts of that command and the Fleet Mine
Warfare Training Center in Charleston, COM-
NA V AIRLANT has decided to adapt the course and as a
result has designated NAS Jax as one of three locationson
LINEUP-These Chief Petty Officer blouses make for an impressive display of
the east coast for the to be IMPRESSIVE
course taught.
that the
their future experience concerns new
experience but Its the men who fill them and
Classes for the first quarter of calendar year 1975 will Managerial and Supervisory Skills Training Course that is being Introduced to 20 Jax area Master
be open to all Chief Petty Officers, E-7 through E-9, and Chiefs this week.Don't,
quotas may be obtained, on a first-come first-served
basis, by calling either Master Chief Oak Grant or i
Master Chief Ron Garren at 7722934.
Courses for the first quarter will be conducted the
weeks of January 6, 13 and 20; February 3, 10 and 24; be fuelish.
and March 3,10 and 24. All classes will be held during '
normal working hours, Monday through Friday in Room
140 of Bldg. 500.
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CHINFO -, College-age Dependents Scholarship available by Navy- and character.A the Naval Personnel (PERS-
dependents of Navy Program. oriented clubs and pamphlet outlining and 7311), Navy Department
Marine Corps and Coast This program is associations. The various scholarships Washington D. C. 20370'

Guard personnel may be managed by BUPERS and scholarships are awardedon application procedures forms for Applications and schooitranscripts
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JAX NEWS-AIRWINGER PAGE 9r

Peruvians receive aircraftin ... t ,

$11 million package dealJax

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A ceremony here at NAS Jax last week markedthe
beginning of Peru's first naval aviation squadron
when the Peruvian Naval Attache, RAdm. Rafael
Durand accepted three Grumman S-2 Tracker aircraft
from RAdm. Bernard B. Forbes, Commander Carrier
Group Six.Declared.
excess, the three aircraft were in storage at
Davis-Monthan Air Force Base before,being brought to '
the Naval Air Rework Facility here for complete T, _

refurbishment.The three aircraft. are part of an $11 million purchase i54D '_ :

involving nine aircraft and aircrew training. Delivery of : '
the other six aircraft is not expected until November

1975.Trained through the Naval Aviation Flight Training _

Program at Pensacola and Corpus Christi, the six .
Peruvian pilots received S-2 training at Cecil Field from
Antisubmarine Squadron 30 (VS-30)).
The Peruvians departed Tuesday on an eight day, 3000
mile ferry flight to Lima. There the S-2's will be based

for maritime and antisubmarine patrol. FOR A SAFE JOURNEY-Chaplain Francis J. Urbano blesses one of the S-l Trackers that were
Introduced in 1952, the S2vas used as the Navy's presented to the Peruvian Navy in an ill million purchase- that Involved total of nine aircraft. I
primary carrier-based antisubmarine search and at-
tack aircraft. ,
Now being delivered to the Navy is Lockheed's S-3

Viking, the ageing S-2's replacement. The S-3 jet is a JetlJom !
part of the Navy's CV-Concept. No longer able to afford mtltyt 1
the luxury of having individual attack or antisubmarine .;
carriers, the Navy has introduced the CVConceptwhere
in the near future, carriers will have both attack
and antisubmarine aircraft onboard.




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relieves Cdr. Schussler I
Jesberg
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Li. TRAFFIC I ttilii.itmtJ Jax -- Cdr. Ronald H. Commanding Antisubmarine Officer of
Helicopter
Jesberg has relieved Cdr.
SEVEN. The
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The following is a report of Going through Stop Sign 15 Gerald A. Schussler as change Squadron of command

motor vehicle accidents and DWI 0 was held on-
ceremony
traffic violations for month to Other Violations 115
date: Two drivers appeared before board the USS Saratoga
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis their Commanding Officers. (CV-60)) with RAdm.
month 15 Disposition of the cases includethe Ronald J. Hays, Com-
This month year ago 43 following: mander Carrier Group
Total accidents this year 457 None lost driving and parking
Total accidents year ago 498 privileges aboard station; none FOUR, as the guest 1
Number of injuries this month 2 assigned to complete Motorcycle speaker.
Number of injuries this month Defensive driving Course; no With the completion of
year ago 6 admin. action; two dismissed; his tour with HS-7 as
NUMBER OF MOVING no article 15.UCMJ; fifty-four Executive Officer and
VIOLATIONSThis fined U.S. Magistrate; no
month 141 warnings given, twenty nine Commanding Officer, Cdr. w
Speeding 11 were military two dept head Schussler will report to the Cdr. G.A. Schussler

Reckless Driving 0 counsel. staff of Commander, Sea

Based ASW Wings,
Atlantic here at NAS Jax. MAC will test

Cdr. Jesberg reported to

HS-7 in November 1973 as new weight limit
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Executive Officer
FIRST TWO R.H. JesbergSuwnmmcrooL duty with Operational Test CHINFO-The Military Airlift
Command (MAC) is testing a
MORTGAGESPROVIDE PROGRAMS and Evaluation Forces, new policy that will allow some
AVAILABLE 1 RPMTmEn f where he served as passengers to carry more than 66
THE Project Officer for the pounds of baggage on MAC
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run ,
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rl_N.MMDWi MINT, MAC will accept up to 88 poundsof
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slot ofI Space available
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66 pounds and excess baggagewill
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10 minutes tr\m Jae"sonville commercial means. Personnel
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MAIITHISCOUPONJAN I San traveling on commercial (non-
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I .'. Big Band sound featured at CPO Club I



Jax-Shades of the Aragon Ball
Room! formed a complete show com had his own orchestra. The first Dance marking Valentine'sDay. their hands as conductor. To date
posed of all Marine entertainers. male vocalist with the brothers
Touch dancing and the big band He 100,000 amat. rs have tried their
sound will be featured at the NAS Marines spent and two years with the Dorsey, Bob discovered other Like other band leaders, Kaye prowess with the Swing and Sway
Jax Chief Petty Officer's Club was released to vocalists including Doris Day, has been successful at composingsongs aggregation.
inactive
duty in 1946 as a Starr and Gloria
Kay DeHaven.
well
throughout the holiday season lieutenant. as as playing them. Seventy-year-old William"Count"
and continuing through March. An Admiral in the Nebraska "Remember Pearl Harbor" is Basic will bring his
Crosby was another athlete Navy, a Kentucky Colonel, the most notable of his
Count Basie, Les Elgart, Bob who decided to devote his life, to honorary Sheriff of Honolulu probably orchestra to the Chief's Club on
Crosby, Stan Kenton, a compositions. February 20 Basic counts as one
Sammy music At the
of 15 he the
age was Texas and
Ranger Mayor of Tin Another frustrated
Kaye and Mervin Ellington athlete, of the major highlights of his
Pacific Coast
leading the late Duke Ellington's Boys Tennis Pan AlleySammy Kaye will have Kaye attended the University of career the personal invitation to
Champion. He started his
band,will all be making stops at musical in the chiefs and their guests Ohio on a scholarship after play the inaugural ball for
career 1932 while
the local club swingin' and swayin' on winning the Ohio high school low President-elect F. Kennedy.
during the next
attending law school and in
1935 February 13 for the Sweetheart hurdle
three months. For both Kenton championship. He is also The names he has appearedwith
and Elgart the trip to NAS Jax an avid golfer with two holes in* in concert are legend among
will be a return engagement. one to his credit. show people-Frank Sinatra
Ex-Navyman Les Elgart, the fl Like Tom Sawyer white- Sammy Davis, Jr., Ella Fitzgerald -
trumpet player's trumpet player, washing the fence, Sammywill Tom Jones and Tony
will bring his band to the Club on 1 __ get others to do his job for Bennett to name a few.
December 27 to brighten the ; him during the local appearance.His The Chief's Club will end its big
holidays for the local chiefs. A show features a "So You band sound on March 6 when
relative newcomer to the big Want to Lead a Band" contest, Mervin Ellington brings the late
band business,Les introduced his and in Jacksonville as elsewherehe Duke Ellington's band to
will be his baton
turning over Jacksonville.
orchestra in 1947 after his WW II
/ to members of the audience to
-'c I try
service In the Navy. A
After receiving several offersto

pitch in professional baseball, i -t- -J
he made the decision to stay with "
his music and traveled to New -q
York City. Prior to WW II he
played with some of the leading O 1 mm
bands in the country Bunny

Berlgan, Charlie Spivak, Harry t
James, Woody Herman, Hal
McIntyre and Billy Butterfield.
Stan Kenton will play here on
January 9 and will be followed by
Bing's brother, Bob, on January THEOTER
24. An ex-Marine, Bob Crosbywas f
sent to the Pacific in 1944 as a
member of the Fifth Marine
Division. Later he was transferred 1eLL HALF
to CINCPAC where he


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three day tour of Gibraltar in return.
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CALL: 387-3566 Movie Schedule


AdS,should b. mailed to arrive not later than
arriving too late for this deadline, will be Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads
strutted otherwise. A check oublishecJ' J the following week unless the publ.sher; Is in-
or money order for he cost Of the ad
must be received WITH the copy. ---- -- --- -
RATE: minimum charge ((3 lines) ..$2.50 per Thursday, Dec. 19 Sunday, Dec.22
additional tine ((4 words
l L Mail to: HOLT PUBLISHING CO., 4565 SHIRLEY AVE, JACKSONVILLE per 32210 line) ...60c "BLACK EYE", Mystery, "THE TERMINAL MAN",

Starring Fred Williamson, Suspense Drama, Starring

JUST REDUCED I Rosemary Forsyth, Teresa George Segal, Jean Hackett.

f EMPLOYMENTRETIRING ,f 3BR. |g. LR., refrig. w-ice-maker, BOSSEN Realtors M.L.S.REALTY, INC. Graves. "PG" (98 min.) "PG" ((107 min.)

stove with dbl. oven, fncd. yd., cony 'ROLLING HILLS 384.2336 Friday, Dec. 20 Monday. Dec. 23

SOON to both bases, already VA appraised, Good location between bases. Backs to "PETE AND TILLIE", "I WALK THE LINE", Drama,
Part-time now,full-time later, sell ourlead's 22300.
woods with extra deep fenced backyard Comedy Starring Walter Mat- Starring Gregory Peck
new 8. renewals Highlights for JACK V. FOREHAND, CORP. Tuesday
Children. Nation's most honored R ea ltor-M.L.$. 771-8846 3BR., 2 bath, Ig. MBR many thau, Carol Burnett. "PG" ((101 Weld "PG" (97 min.)
closets, All kit.
equipment.
W-W
children's magazine. Commission Pd. Located on 103rd Street carpets shows beautifully. min.) Tuesday. Dec. 24

dally. Bonus monthly. No IN. Between Cecil Field & NAS Saturday, Dec.21 "DEATH WISH", Action
ORANGE
PARK
Vestment. Write: Bill Butler, YNCS,
USN Retired, 2410 Musselwhite Ave. Montclair, Almost new In beautiful "MR. MAGOO'S CHRISTMAS Drama, Starring Charles

Orlando, Fla. 32804, or Call 305, 898- IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY condition. All brick 3BR, 2 bath CAROL" 2 p.m. Animated, "G" Bronson, Hope Lange. "R" (93
6467. 3BR. Home w.lg. rms., sep. DR., eat. CH&A, paneled family room. King "CHOSEN SURVIVORS" min.)
In kit, ig, bk. yd.with trees. size MBR, eat-in kitchen, many xtras. ,
$21OOO.FHA or VA. LARGE trees, beautiful yard. $48,800. Horror Drama, Starring Jackie Wednesday, Dec. 25

I LLMISCELLANEOUS., 'I JACK V. FOREHAND, CORP. BELLAIR.O.P.Nice Cooper, Diana Muldaur. "PG" "LADY LIBERTY", Drama,

R ea ltor-ML.S. 771-8864 neighbors & best floor plan In ((99 min.) Starring Sohpia Loren, William

RESTAURANT EQUIPMENTMust Located on 103rd Street area. 3BR, 2 baths, paneled family Devon "PG" ((95 min.)
sell going out of business, all Between Cecil Field & NAS room, W-W carpets, CH&A, Large .
reasonable, good buy, like new COnd., corner lot. Lg. garage for work shop.
full layout for Sandwich or Short All terms. $39,500.SNOW .
1547 SQUARE FEET MILITARY'S
DREAMFantastic
order restaurant 246-6336 or 2468383. WHITE'S CASTLEIs
Qualify & move in on rental basis In
yours with this 3BR., 2BA., & Den.
this exceptional 3BR., 2BA huge LR., Unusual features. new 26' wide, double-wide ends all transportation
NEED YOUR HOME PAINTED? sep. DR., 'eat-In kit. & a 17'X10' vacuum system & covered CH&A, Cent problems. Imagine It, makes Into a single 10' wide. The newly

FREE Estimates panelled Den, could be 4th BR., but FHA Terms. $32,500. patio. VA. designed Magnolia priced right. Everyone should see this New
Interior & exterior painting. Benson & wait that's not all a 30'X17' kidney Home.
EQUITY BUY
Forrest, 771-5464 or 778-3 21. Reliable, shaped pool only $27,500.
Less than $3,500. equity to assume
sober, & Reasonable JACK V. FOREHAND, CORP. MOBILE HOMES BY
payments on this super $39,900 brick
Realtor-M.L.S. 771-8866 home, 3BR.. 2BA., FR.. CH&A, and RAY CARTER
Located on 103rd Street
dbl.
SOCIAL SECURITY PLATES garage.
Deluxe lifetime guaranteed metal Between Cecil Field& NAS CIRCLE ME 7726 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE 7718424SPEAKEASY

Plates, with naugahide carrying case I'm a comfortable 3BR., 2BA., home,
only $2. H. Colston. lmport-Export. YOUR FAMILY CRAMPED? w-CH&A, W-W carpet, covered patio,
Box 314, Starke, Fla. JAN. .In small bedrooms?, then this Is the & garage. My kitchen Is a cook's
home for you. Also Ig. FR with delight Only S23,900.BOSSEN .
fireplace plus much more. Call today. REALTY, INC.
ALTERATIONS DONE IN MY HOME
$39,500. VA or FHA owner
pays Realtors M.L.S.384-7334
Reasonable prices for women, closing costs. BURLESKTOPLESS

children, & men. Call Marianna JACK V. FOREHAND, CORP. k r: ,
J i i RENTALSWILMARAPTS. (
DIGeorgla, 2643578. Rea Itor-M.L.S. 771-8866

Located on 103rd Street

GEORGE'S KENNELS Between Cecil Field & NAS ..
2BR. Apt., water, sewage, & garbage.All !1
Dogs & Cats Boarded
ground floor, quiet St., House pet : Bartenders Waitresses
Since 1925. Grooming, training, & *
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$15,000
O.K., small child O.K., no yard dogs, DANCERS: 11AM-2AM
shipping. Visitors welcome. Don't miss seeing this 2BR, CB Home Furn. $150., Unfurn. $125., Washer
5916 Philips Highway 733-9989
Bankamerlcard & Mastercharge with Ig. corner lot Call Today. $10.00, 100 Ft. Clotheslines, new
honored. Off I 1-10 Near Cassat Ave. & JACK V. FOREHAND, CORP. aluminum siding, new roofs. 387-2541

Edgewood Ave. Realtor-M.L.S. 771.8866 or 384.2986.
5085 Edgewood Court,7831625. Located on 103rd Street

Between Cecil Field & NAS RESATERRACE MOBILE HOMES

CHRISTMAS LAYAWAY 12X60, 2BR.Pato! AC Ig. lot, child & Big Chief Say
Singer zlg zag Sewing Machine 1973 MOBILE HOME LOTS small pet O.K. $160. plus deposit. 5316 :

model. Must sacrifice this X'mas 1 acre sites, beautifully wooded, only Timuquana Rd. 772-9615. ,a, Come getVorld'S
layaway for balance S67.40 or need $200.00 dwn. will finance to suit your -

someone to pay $9.70 per month budget. Open weekends. I MOBILE HOMES J I IJUSTISS ( Best Tire Bargain!
payments. Zlg-Zags, monograms, PACETTI REALTY CO.8248114WESTSIDE
designs, appliques, embroiders, etc.
WILL TAKE TRADE. Phone 731.0255. TRAILER PARK T-
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS clean modern
Will deliver at no obligation. Ask for
trailer and apts. 3893007.
Credit Manager. $18,000 FHA-VA

Corner lot, good neighborhood 3 MAXIMUM
WEBUYANDSELLGOODUSEDMOBILE
JOEL'S PAWNSHOP OUTLET bedrooms, central heat, garage. Call HOMES

1644 Main Street, 356.2002 nowl! B.P.P. Phone 388-4619 SAFETYPlus J
Buy & Sell Watches, Jewelry, T.V.'s. $32,500 FHA-VA
Radios Stereos, Guitars, & Tools. Four bedrooms, 2Vj Baths, CH&A,
convenient to bases, below B & J MOBILE HOME SALES
garage,
Used.
New & J J J
market B.P.P. 3738 Phillips Hwy 398-8924
$15,500 FHA-VA New & Used homes, special discountsto EXTRA HIGHMILEAGE

LOST BLACK PEARL BROACHIn Three bedrooms, I'/jbaths, masonry, the military, See Bill Vernon CPO
shape of bunch of grapes with gold VA appraised, already sold twice and USN. Retired. We also do towing and '

leaves. Lost at Hancock Hall, Dec. 15 back on the market. Hurryl I B.P.P. anchoring.
1974. Sentimental value. Reward call $28,900 FHA-VA

778-0411 or 781-0314 after 5p.m. Between the bases, 3 bedrooms, 2 AMERICANA MOBILE HOME PARK

baths, dbl.carportCH&A, extra large Near NAS & CECIL. Lots 45'X97', $45. MONARCH
family room for parties! B.P.P. 1st. MO. FREE, Low Cost elect. J J r '
STEREO EQUIPMENTAll
Phone 7715147. FIBERGLASS r
$23,500 FHA-VA hookup. .3
types, nothing over half price
Just reduced I3 bedrooms, 2 baths, CH,
some trades considered, Especially,*- BELTED TIRE
MILE
36.000
,tT all appliances. Very attractive home. TAKE OVER PAYMENTS
guns. 264-7381. .
B.P.P. 1974 2BR., 12'X65'. With 7'X12'Ex- POLYESTER BODY PLYS GUARANTEEF78X14or _
: .. $27,900 FHA-VA pando CH&A, Carpeted thru.out, shed FIBERGLASS BELTS
LIVE CRABS Three bedrooms, 2 baths, CH&A, included, no equity required,
Wllford's Fish Camp garage, brick, 2 yrs. old. DEEP- $153.Mo., 772-3558 or 772-0661, Ask for
FOR..s91.80
264-9707 WOODI I .BP.P. Jim White. 15..4
$21,500 FHA-VA

FURNACE REPAIR & SERVICE Masonry, 3 bedrooms respectable, CH&A, In MOBILE HOME FOR SALE G78x14 or 15..4 FOR... 95.80

Wall & space heaters, heat pump convenient 2BR., I'/jBA, CH&A, Washer& Dryer.
Tyler's Heat & AC, 388-5141. LAKESHORE. B.P.P.ORANGE Private lot. Take over pymts. $80.Mo., t, H78x14or15 99.80' 4
PARK ...4 FOR...
$700. down. 768 5791.

| REAL ESTATE ]I 3 befrooms.FRESHLY T/2ba.'PAINTED home In FET from $2.50 to $3.13

Meadowbrook. Features BIRO, cpt. 'J LTRANSPORTATION'f9 I 1 PASSENGER TIRE GUARANTEE
TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGE and stor. Rm. with W.D. Conn. Near Guaranteed against all road hazards for the life of the original

Two up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile shopping, NAS and Cecil Field. /and'72 FORD tread. If tire fails, we will, at our option, repair It free or
radius Cecil Field & 1-295 $2,000.00 to $26,000. B.P.P. ECONOLINE VANSI replace it,charging only for the tread wear on a pro.rata shareof

$3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far EXTRA CLEAN Priced to sell) Call 3550336 for appointment the current"price plus tax.
below near-future values. Call Tony 3BR., 2ba home complete with Ch&A, to see. Ask for Steve. Guaranteed against wear-out a specific number of miles. If

George, 389-5514, Eve. 7711976. $32OOO.B.P.P. tread wears out in this period we will replace it. Charging for

WYNNE REALTY FLORIDA BEDROOMS E3'S 1. UP, NO CASH NEEDED mileage used on a pro.rata share of the current price, plus tax.
Realtors Specialist 3BA. Home with BIRO. Cpt. and Financing arranged, for low mo. Commercial vehicles excluded.

fenced yd. near cecil field and NAS. pymts. Good dependable used cars, a

FOSHEE REALTY $32,500. B.P.P. good selection, 388.6422.
Immediate cash for your equity, none LOVELY
too large or too small. 3BR., 2'12BAhOme features BIRO, Cpt. rr 3tfflL4
388-1511 Broker and Lots of storage. $35,000. B.P.P. '74SPORSTERXLHExtras
MUST SEEI good condition, Must sell.

ZERO DOWN ZERO CLOSING To Appreciate this 3BR., 2BA. home Phone 772.0635.

4 large BR's, CM&A, range, refrlg., with split bedroom arrangement and I IRE COMPANY

Fncd., workshop, other xtras. Avail. more. $ 1,7S0.VACANT B.P.P. 63 CADILLAC lANXAMtRtCMO [mjst'c cha g

now. $25,000. Custom built 3BR., 2ba Home with Brand new motor, completely rebuilt, Open 8-4 Mon.-Fri., 8-2 Sat
VANSANDT REALTOR,3$9.3549
double gar., CH&A, and carpets. new tires, Immaculant Interior, and
Good Body. $450. or Best offer. 244. '
NEW LISTING $55,000. BPP.THEADMIRALSWALK. SJ.wNORMA.ND- vO 10':
3006, JAX. BEACH.
You'll like the house, you'll like the
with
itreet, you'll love the price, 3BR., 4BR., 2V BA Home, features FR
IVtBA., S18.500.VA or FHA. fireplace, dream kit and much more 1971 JAGUAR XKE 2+2

JACK V. FOREHANDCORP. $67,500. AC, Pwr-Steer, FM Stereo Excel.
Realtor-ML.$. 7714164 HEAVENER REALTY Cond. $4850. 7250922 Days, 737-4274

Located on 103rd Street Westside 387.1121Orange N Ites.
Park 264.1222
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and th* other Brown and Green Attractive Babyllne Crib, full size

FleeT I MARKET' j/": Mixture. $15 each. Phone 264.4416 only nearly$25.00.new PH.plus 389.8986 new Welsh Springs

1973 KAWASAKI Excellent Cond.
FREE PERSONAL WANT ADSEPVICEfor
3600 Miles Includes Towing Hitch and
Military and Civilian Employees NAS Jai and NAS Cecil' Field
2 Helmets. Call 772-3148 Ext 218
G.E. counter top Rotisserie.Broiler

---------------------------J (O J -I 1973 VEGA HATCHBACK Radio & with Rotating Spit Automatic Timer

: FREE WANT AD ORDER FORM I Heater, 25,500 Milts New Tires. $2,000. and Timed Outlet. Cost $60. Like New
S15. 389.8986
Tel: 2649735 lIfter 4:30: pm All day

I (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) Saturday and Sunday

I I i 73 Honda CB-350 Fairing, Crash Sissy

Ban Tra Box,50 MPG $800.00 Fisher,
r 1970 SHELBY COBRA GT-500 Fast.
I Jax Ext. 3244 or 282.U34 Eve.
back. Excellent Condition, 42,000

Original Miles. Call Cecil at Ext. 431 ..........
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For Sale Portable Dlswasher Ken- -

more Formica Top Best Offer over
FREE Very SMALL Mixed Breed $50.00. Phone 264-7654 after 4:30: p.m.

I TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT AD ABOVE and REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW II III WHITE PUPPY Perfect for Christmas .
May See Parent. 6018A Dragon
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD. Kills, 772.1256
Pool Table, Dining Table, Chairs,
Buffet, China Cabinet, Living Room
1I 1 .......... Set, Beds, and Chests. Phone 771-6781
For Sale Remington .35 Cal Model 8
I Name Office or activity to which assigned I Semi-Auto RIFLE. $130.00 Call 771-

I 5365 after 5 pm Maytag Dryer, Excel Cond; Hotpolnt,
I 30" Elect Range, Aqua; Traverse
I
I Rod. Rugs. Roller Skates; etc; 264-
Rank Rate-or Grade Work Phone Nc. Signature
I For Sale-Great Condition! 10 Speed 4086,3612 Mateo Place Orange Park.
I ITALIAN BIKE. $55.00 Call 2768
I.I Advertising will be accepted Oflly from active mutt provide all information requested te. Full I
I military or Ctv.Ian employee: personnel assigned to name (typed or printed! of' person submitting ad and I
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field his signature grade or rank rate, office or activityto Parts to fit all year Model Suzuki T500.
which he is assigned and office telephone. This I Seat, Tank, Handlebars, Fenders,
I 1. Free advertising ,n the "> I", T MARKET"I Best Deal This Yearl For Sale! 1969
information i for authentication and ad Exhaust Pipes, More. All Look Brand
is only I
your
be limited" to ,Otters to buy sell or rent housingtor ORANGE COUGAR Eliminator ATM-
New $75. AI Feldman ext. 2859 after 3p.m.
I should be worded independently of this information .
Runs Beautiful $2,000 Brand New
428
personal use as a residence otters to buy or sell I .
I personal' properly, otters ot or requests 'for rides to Engine Call 2768
and from work announcements of tduc.ton.1coun.s S. Deadline 'for receipt of advertising 'to appear in I
I -following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads
ottered
by non profit organizations' or I
I govrrnement agencies Ads for rentals will be accepted arriving after that date will be placed in the For Sale 1972 MOBILE HOME 12x50 73 Georgetown Mobile Home, 12'x60'
only ,' the words "PCS" (Itor military), or following, week's edition. Ads will be run only onetime I Impala 2 Bedroom, Tiedowns, SkirLing 28D, Spanish Design. Close to N.A.S.
I "Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the unless re submitted as prescribed above. I Heat and Air. Utility Shed $3.850. & Cecil. Equity $600 plus payments or

I Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the Call 772-2823 Ask for Smith will rent for $175 mo. 264-5247
.. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I
ad Ads for pets will be earned only when 'ccompanf'd
I ty the word "Free" "I--lee T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR I
I NEWS and AIRWINGER offices cannot provide For Sale Baby Furniture Best Offer
$. All ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers I For Rent 2 Bedroom TRAILER for Sale Coleman Camp Heater 5.8000
I "Flee T MARKET" ad form which wilt be printed Furnished Lg. Private Lot, Free BTU $20.00. Phone 778-2816
I
I in..ch.don, of our paper Ads written in longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. Nu Water 20 Min. from NAS Jax $75.00
will be reiected, more than two ((2)) ads per week per person will be I Per Mo. Ext. 284.3969

I accepted I Sewmor Sewing machine Good. Cond.
.. Complete forms must be mailed to "F lu T
I Call 771-1989 $25.00
MARKET" Editor. co JAX AIR NEWS. Bldg. I. 1. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of" a I
I NAS Jacksonville Jacksonville. Florida 32212 business, or which do not meet the above 1972 MG Midget, See to appreciate
I OR requirements will be reiected. The publisher I $1995. Acree exf. 2583; or 388-8450 For Sale: Apartment size washer and
"F.lee T MARKET- Editor co AIRWINGEH( Boa reserves the right' to omit any or all ads I after 4:30: drier. Pair for $100 or will sell
I .111.i. NAS Cecil Field.' "''or..,. 32215 These forms p.m. separately. Call 778-3864
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1974 SUZUKI 125MX Has less than BR HOME in Virgina Beach Con 4 Slotted MAGS with Chrome Lugs CARPET Blue-Green. Approx 12x15'
SOHr. on Engine $600 or Best Offer venient to All Norfolk Area In. and Centers for Honda Civic. Also Includes Foam pad same size. Call
Must Sell Ph 711 1362 Call before 4pmor stalations. Telephone 264 8747 for Civic Shop Manual. All for $80.00 786- 772-3148 Ext 218

after 9:30: pm Information 6315 Evenings .. :
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For Salt: 10 ACRES. White House SINGER Sew MACHINE (Child) Dependable BABYSITTER needed 1.2 For sale by Owner 2VJ Acres ((8 lots) Hirethe
area Cleared with 2" Well Fenced $1500.) Football UNIFORMS ((2)) $600 nights per week. Live on NAS prefer Golden Gate Estates. Naples Fla. f
$200000 per Acre Call 778 1721 after ea. Child Size Excel) Cond.Ext. 3876 girl age 15 or older. Call. Bellanger, Phone 388-7437 $695.
5:00: p m. after 4:30: pm 778 0417
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Near NAS Looking for young womanto 1968 VW 695. GoodCondition Transportation -
. MERRY 1970 Green VW BEETLE New Paint
XMASl Share Two bedroom MOBILE
I 25 M.P. cat. See at 4751
I HOME. $108 per month Call Mrs. Brakes Battery and Muffler. Rear Lexington Ave. PH. 3887437:
McGinnis 771 6965 771)..4791 Window Defroster. $1200.00 Call 264-
BIG 1531 Weekdays 9:00: AM 6:00: PM

I BOX SPRING (Twin) Good Cond. vet
I $10 00 RUG 8' >xll Rose Beige $15.00 For Sale: 4 Piece SECTIONAL Good r.------1 BBBtf t;
brazier Set of' ENCYCLOPEDIA Excell Cond. Condition Gold i White $100.00 Call
J $35 00 Ext 3876 After 5:00: PM 765 5844 I

I IiIt DELUXE I I 1970 8Ft CABOVER. CAMPER, Sleeps I 1r Hire

4. Must Sacrifice Going overseas
$500 00 Call 264.2469 after 6pm I
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I o full quarter-. pound H bWhe; I IIli

I ..' 1973 GRAND I STRAWBERRY FIELD I
PRIX SJ Blue B.Top &
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,i '__ T L =--==- VALUE SALE! Interior Loaded Stereo, 12,000 Ml. PARACHUTE CENTER ability f.
a 'L Mags & Radials $3,900. Firm M.C.
-= "V-- = "F--. 4 1972COBIAC2ICC Cargill VW4 772-3588 I Now open In Jacksonville I
CABIN CRUISER CONTACT BILL SMITH
I = 175 HP j.Kni.n G.I"l Tan.dtm I PHONE 389.1754 they've done a job(for America. I II,
t Tioi!.'. Now let them do 1 fob tor you. I
I II This coupon worth They've lot! the drive the loyalty the I
3495 L I know how. All they ask is a chance.
-S-.000FFfirst jumpRYDER l
ciE. How about it? / i ll llFor
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........ I help in hiring veterans,
>OHMthnt. ,. contact
n Golv.Ml .1.| .l your local ollice bf the State it
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C Employment Service lor on the |cb
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One Get One forHalfPrice MJ595 training intormation., see your local r
Buy l
I TRAINS Veterans AdmmatrabonIhce. fj,
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1971 WINNER 18'INBOAPO.QUTBOARD TRACTOR TRAILER Don't forget. / !;' ,

Hire the vet. ,
I W 120 H' M.eu" T.nd..*i DRIVERSTrain I I
hot Itr. A gesmis.rn 'aull.
A quartet pound of char e.nd. I

bioiled l bee) a cool slice of I II 2995
I tomato on u b'd1 lettuce I. I 1
and Reasoned with our own 1973 COBIAI5TRIBOWRIOEA ii
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I and )",,'kl... on u toatiovi l t.71 ivinivd.00 HP A got, /
1'osamr<< stud bun hit ...,1., G,.ol. r.,Chntlmct.M695 I I

I I ac to drive tractor ttrailer. wtu;;?; a I I II I I

I 5' I series of Home Study lessons on
I '" L8 CESTSllttlOMOF safety, rules of the road. etc. Then I'I
II II :; QUalIfY SiltS III TOWN
I Ttr-EMiu' .TIM* come to a Ryder Training Center for ,
I cypotSSCAAOtNCHRISTMAS on-the-rig experience. Call now. Or I IrL '
Queen gla SPECIAL return coupon. to our local Information III t
< office. ,i 1 1I
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OFF '
;) 20%: OFF TO HEM wNiirsim RYDER TECHNICAL I r r i Ill i II III
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@ \ BUNK BEDS NEW, Sturdy, Heavy, Bultaco 125 Pursang ttv $ '41""*
:;) : @ with 3 inch Posts, No-Mattress $95, Knobby Tires Excellent Cond't' 'on Ins
I rJMMMt Gold Console Set. Mirror, Scones & Phone 771 5909
FLEE-T Table, In Box, New Orig $43 Sell $27
MARKET Solid Maple Two.Tier Table and House for Sale, Orange Par. JBB,
Lamp, New Sell $35 PH 771.1184 2BA, Seperate dining fenced
bad yard, AC,
Large Oaks refinance
72 YAMAHA 250CC Exc. Cond. 3800 For Sale 1974 DOUBLE OVEN.Delux Magic Chef-
CONCORD 12'x65' 3BR, or buy equity, 6 PCT FHA MTG
Must
Sell: 20 Volume GROLIERS'Collegiate J9*
Miles Includes Mirrors, Tool Kit, and 2BA, Green,Excellent Cond .
.. WW Carpets, Dishwasher, ENCYCLOPEDIA Very $250.00 264 6163 month, $24,950 total price. 264 5239
Carrier $450 387-1539 -
luggage af'6pm
CH&A, Shed,
No
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Equity Assume Loan Reasonable Call 737-9257 after 6pm
778.1503 1972 Dodge Charger Loaded with 1932 Ford Coupe 327 Chevy Eng
many extras must sell no reasonableoffer "Rod", Need paint, will take
1973 VW SPORTS BUG Must Sell This trade for
Must Sell: 1973 HONDA 250XL(
) Good 1948 JEEP asking $2225 264.6163 Van.
Condition$450 Firm Call 771-9183 after $800.00 Firm with 1968302 V8 Warn Hubs. Week $1800. Also 750 1972 KAWSAKI .......... Home PH. 781-2594WIVES.
PH
786.1615For $700
Ext 3585 PN2 Walker
6:00: pm weekdays FREE KITTENS 2 1 &
gray gray
........... black tiger. Also
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Sale: CORVETTE Conv 4Spd. gray black tiger
New 327 1974 SHASTA TRAVEL TRAILER13Ft adult cat 771.0305
Bored
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For Sale 1970 VICEROY MOBILE Carb, over. New 780 Air Conditioned, Stove, Oven,Ice
HOME 12'x6S'2 BR 1 BA, Furn. Cent. Accel Coil and Distributor BoxPorta Toilet, VW Can pull. Call
Air & Heat, Exc. Cond. Call Mac. Interior and Radials New. Body needs 264-5723 Washer$90 and Dryer$50 Both Sears
Clenny 259.6803 or Jax 724-8245 after Minor Work Call.: 8336 or 772.8468 Kenmore 4 years old only used 2
5:30: years. May be seen at the NWC Not 'i
73 MAVERICK 4Dr. Sedan PSAC, For Sale 8MM DEVELOPING New Shop on Kyley St.Tues& Thurs 8 v1 ,
Good Mileage.Tip Top Shape, $2495 EQUIP.New-Half Price Call 381.2346 am 2 p.m Call Ext. 3254
FREE: Female German 786.9439 after 5pm
N A -J
SCHNAUZER PUPPY; Approx. 2 Vyt

months old; Contact HM1 Ward Ext 1968 OLDS CUTLASS Supreme, Auto, If your rooms
405 or 778.2478 EveningsLike PS, 2dr. ,
hardtop new tires and .. \
Battery, no Dents, runs perfect, Ross took tired
New Gibson SG.1 with G-1D AMP AM.FM Radio New $15, 3 Drawer or
$300 or Trade for Upright Piano. Chest $15 771:1184 $799 COMEBACK
Butler 772.220 work or 264.0229 home T1MUQVANATERRACE hopeless call


1966 MUSTANG 2+2289 4Speed 71,000 GIRL'S BICYCLE 26", very SCHWINN good condition Middleweight, $45 us for help. TO NURSING !

ml. Restored. New-Tires,Original Box cash; Room air purifier gets rid of We'll send Your free time can be turned Into
Air $900.00 778-3435 stale smells $5 731-4571) Apartments youa cash by part time and: full time

decoratorfree. nursing in hospitals nursing
16'/V Orlando CLIPPER Bowrider w- homes and private homes. All
100 h.p. Mercury Motor, full Canvas 27" SCHWINN Varsity 10 Speed, Like Pool.PatiosBalconies types of duty available. We
top and galvanized tilt Trailer (Gator) new, $65.00 771.1195 WTW Central Carpel'Drapes Heat&Air understand Navy Family's

Ext.8124 or eve 771.5990 Modern Kitchen Appliances needs, Top pay. Work when you
For Sale 1974 GREMLIN Lt. Green Laundry Room want. You select your own

69 MACH I MUSTANG,Will Trade for PS.Auto.Air Cond, New Tires, Two 1 BR FURNISHED Penneys schedule benefits. No weekly.fee to Many register extra
Moor-Cycle In good Condition Prefer Crome Reverse Wheels $250.00 and "'
250cc or above will consider others take over payments or $2600 Cash $120 up Custom RN's & LPN's NEEDED
Ext. 8212HERITAGE Contact Justiss at 2959 CALL 356-5833 TODAY
2 BR FURNISHED Decorating at

SOUTH 3 BDRM, I'/j BA, For Sale: 1967 PONTIAC Executive
Garage, BIRO, OW, Refrigerator, Good Motor Parts and.Transmission.Good $170 up Cedar Hills. MEDICAL
Drapes, Fenced yard, storage shed for parts only $50.00 or best 2>,'a miles from NAS 4ax M o CM PERSONNEL
$8500 Equity, Assume 7 PCT. Loan offer. Call Justiss at 2959 10 miles from NAS Cecil 771-6361
786.3861 L Pool POOLe
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yard washer.dryer (Just off Timuquana) JCPenneyWe Home owned&operatedby
For Sale: 1969 Ford Fairlane COBRA. hookups, wet bar, wwc Cent heat' PHONE 772-7)06 Capt. BILL READ (USNR)
Best Offer Over$600.00 8424 Barcelona $600.00 down assume payments. Fran know what President
Ave.. O.P. or 264.7121 after '5 and 2954 Plus washer & dryer $200.00 Sell .i a you're looking for.

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passengers and driver is only about a foot tall. The coach was built by / RA
I Sam Martin,NARF,out of oak and shaved pieces of white pine. (Photo
,By Jimmy Pilbeam/

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FREE SAM MARTIN, a retired Chief Jax-A bit of the "Old West"rolled through NAS last week when a
GUITAR PURCHASE Metalsmith working at NARF, Overland Stagecoach and a Conestoga Covered Wagon stopped here.
kneels by his two.models used to The stagecoach and covered wagon were not authentic, but models
open up and tin( c the new frontier built by Mr. Sam Martin of NARF.
with the Eastern United States Mr. Martin,a retired Chief Metalsmith said the models were exact
(Photo by Bill Sommers) replicas of the stagecoaches and covered wagons used out west duringthe
WAREUOIUSIC: / I 1850s.
The Abbot-Downing Company first started building the coaches in
(NEAR JUAN) 1826. They built two models, one heavy one used for the rugged road
2211 MPhhlICIwaM; and trails in the West and a lighter version used in the Eastern United
BLANDING BLVD PHONE 387.3416 States.

"Most people think the covered wagon was only used to transport
people and trade goods to the West."The Conestoga wagon was first
originated in 1920 by the Pennsylvania Dutch to freight furs, farm
Sheraton Inn produce and trade goods to Philadelphia.Then .
as the frontier opened up, settlers streaming into the Ohio
(8) Valley needed a vehicle that would hold up under the hardship of the
mountains.The Conestoga wagon fitted the settlers needs and becamethe
'L1 important transportation link between the east and the new west.
:<.,J'of Oran e Park Taking a total of three years to, build both models,Mr Martin said
he got the idea to build the models after working at Hollywood in the
1940s around the props used in western movies.
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PRIME RIB DINNER + ENTERTAINMENT Choose from 5 different floor plans One,
two, or three bedrooms, all on ground floor,
BOTTLE OF YOUR CHOICE FAVORS and with separate adult and family sections

BUFFET BREAKFAST AT 2 AM. INDIVIDUAL COURTYARDS assure .

I :' CALL NOW FOR RESERVATIONS maximum privacy.

0 Choice /, 2. cV 3 Bedroom Units Now Available; !

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t With all the goodies that will be consumed over the holidays we
taxed our imagination trying to uncover a recipe that would do justiceto
our column and also compete with the usual holiday delicacies. We
were unsuccessful in selecting a recipe that has universal appeal to
someone who is already staffed with turkey and stuffing. So. we
present for our final recipe.of the year cookies that you munch on
while recovering. from the feast.
iiTiyi MOLASSES SNAPS
% % cups shortening fc teaspoon salt .
2 1r'a 1 cup brown sugar, packed M* teaspoon cloves
,;'" k' 2 eggs 1 teaspoon cinnamon
V4 cup molasses 1 teaspoon ginger
2V4 cups flour '<* cup chopped nuts, if desired
2 teaspoons baking soda If.! cup raisins, if desired .
Combine shortening and sugar and beat until creamy. Beat in eggs
and molasses.Mix .
AT2 STENBERG ,2N7RA.TEthe? ? computerized automatic test system for Basic Electronics dry ingredients and stir in raisins and nuts, if used. Add flour
I students from Samuel High School. The class was shown how the system is used mixture to molasses mixture and mix thoroughly.
to test parts sent to AIMD by the local squadrons. Drop dough by teaspoon onto a lightly greased baking sheet; space
cookies about two inches apart. Bake at 375 degrees (moderate oven)
I 10 to 12 minutes,or until set but not hard. Remove from baking sheet
Wolfson High students visit AIMDJax while warm. Makes,three to four dozen cookies.Torrance's .
Kitchen wishes our readers a Merry Christmas and a
Students Happy and prosperous New Year. Remember to drive safe over the
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from studying Basic Electronics equipment.The holidays) and refrain from consumption of excessive holiday cheer.
Samuel W. Wolfson Senior under their instructor, Mr. class ended the tour ,, r
High School toured the Arnold, a Navy veteran. by viewing the inside of a

Aircraft Intermediate The class was given a look P-3 Orion and its complex 111' ENTERTAINMENT
Maintenance Department at trouble shooting and electronical components.The .
Electronic Division at NAS maintenance proceduresused group then had lunchat : NIGHTLY
Jax on Tuesday, at AIMD for the the Af .--
Navy Exchange I 1:30
December 10. repair of electronic cafeteria. 8:30: pm til : am,

The students are Cocktail Hour 5.] pm

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SPECIALRATES '&...&00 per person
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FOR SERVICEMEN .u

Entertainment Nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge A Dine at Biter's Seafood
e WEST e Restaurant,ISO Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
Swimming POOl Free Undercover Parking.
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I Theodore. Green hasn't used sick leave in. 28 veal" I

By lUCkYrews; Green, adding, "you could be - --- J -- --

I Jax-"I'd go crazy if I had that gone a year and still be drawing For relaxation: the Production As far as retirement goes, Mr. what he has already earned.
much sick leave," a fellow your regular time." Control Helper General enjoys Green says, "I haven't even When asked about working on
worker.' --- once said to Theodore Theodore Green, Helper talking with friends he has made thought about it." He wishes to days when he was sick, he said,
General,has worked at NARF for over the years while working at accumulate as much more sick "I just come to work,hit the clock
28 years and five months without NARF. He says that he has seen leave as possible, stating that he and feel pretty good by the end of
using one single day of sick leave. many people come and go and is doesn't even think about using the night."
When asked what he planned to always gladto meet with some of
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leave he replied, "get some Mr. Green usually takes
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fresh water fishing, but not froma
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things. "We all
do a few bad the shore to fish is good enough.
things, well not so bad though,"
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he says. With 3,069 accumulated FRA -
hours of sick leave it seems 91 plansChristmas RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN

unlikely that he could do :::: : : ':': ":':': : : : ::::':
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bad things. He also has used very dance AMERICAN: 'NrX'yp RY
little of his annual leave.
INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE AGENCY
Beginning his career at NARF Jax-The Fleet Reserve ......
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the Power Plant Division, Mr. Auxiliary Fleet Reserve "TWO OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU"
--", Green started out) soldering nuts, Association Unit 91 and Club 91 Formerly Continental Insurance Underwriters
bolts and screws on the are sponsoring a Christmas
production line. Later he was dinner-dance at the Branch 6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD MAYPORT ROAD ,
promoted to Helper General and Home on 5391 Collins Road on (Near NAS) (Near NS)
ASTRO Assigned to Production Control. Friday, December 20, at 7:30: Phone 388-7676 Phone 249-5649

MOTORS After that he prepared routing p.m.
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454 Normandy Boulevard years.In This is a covered dish dinner
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aircraft that friends invited to come out)
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70 VW Sedan R&H $995 reworked. early and stay late.New .
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a grinding halt Monday nlte when VA-C6 4-4 decide the station championship. __
the VA-174 "0" team knocked off NAMTD 3-5 CAPTAINS CUP
VA-72 by a score of 5541. The VA-82 3-5 The "total points" column is
first half ended close, with the VA-174"E" 3-5 changing daily these days as the
"Hellrazors" on the long end of a Medical 2-6 Intramural Program comes to a
34-30 score. Cold-shooting VA-72 VS-28 1.7 break period over the holidays.
never sank a basket for six Only golf and ping-pong have yetto
minutes of the 3rd quarter while GOLFIn be added and it is going to be a 4 II
last week
Intramural Golf
VA-174 continued to pour them in. close finish. With NAMTD rrat,
VA-45, "who is way up there",
The "Hellrazors", utilizing a two leading all three remaining
platoon system, has been able to dropped out of the unbeaten trouncedby leagues, they will be closing fast
ranks when they were
trounce all opponents, includingan on the current leaders.
Jack :
NAMTD 11.1. Only
unbeaten VA-83 team in theplayorrs
Daniels of the "Blackbirds" was TIlE TOP FIVE:
in the
to post a 9-0 111
able to score a single point. The VA-174
column.
standings NATIONAL LEAGUE Professors, who were breathingdown VA-45 WV4 Cdr. D.E. Furrow, OinC NAMTRADETS Cecil Field, extends his
(lit half finals) VA-45's neck all season VS-32 76 congratulations. to the det's skeet team. After a blazing performance
VA-174"0" 8-0 needed the victory to win the 2nd VS-28 69 throughout the season,the team's 17-M record put them In the coveted
Supply 7.1 half of play. These same ,two NAMTD 52 number one position on the firing line. Team captain AOl Dale
Kallberg, AEC Ben Felt and AQ1 Ron Ratliff proudly accept the
trophy as the new base skeet champions. The team is looking forwardto
a even better season next year. Absent from the photograph is the
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violation of Florida law to release bass, Mr. Woods concluded. VW-4 16 0
14 0 AMERICAN LEAGUE
any foreign wildlife without a Lakes stocked NATIONAL
with the hybrid NARJAX LEAGt.EW
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permit from Game andFresh fish are: Lakes
Parker VP-56
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Water Fish Commission. Morton 6 '
EagleCrystai 115-1
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Tallahasse 11 5 VP-56 5 1 ADMIN 5 2
It cost a man $500 Winter Haven VP-49 .
and a 60-day< jail sentence plus Lakes.:Also included Chain-O- CPW-11 8 8 SUPPLY 5 2 NWSF '; 5 3
are Lakes 5 7 HC-2 4 2 AIR OPS 4 3
two probation for releasing Victor
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three monkeys a national Thonotosassa and NDRC
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AIROPS 2 8 679th 2 5 MARINE BKS 3 2
Owners of exotic pets are urgedto The dealine for the registrationof VP'16
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CPW-11 1 6 HOSPITAL 2 6
carefully control and secure power boats, 1IS-15
regardless
of size 1 11 HS-15 0 5 MARTD 2 6
Unwanted exotic is
them. pets January 1. MARTD
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should be placed in a suitable Boats with an auxiliary motor
zoological park or turned over to also must be registered.Boat I

the Humane Society for owners should take with
disposition. them the bill of sale or the Let's Clean Up AmericaFor
FISHING AND BOATINGDon't manufacturer's statement of
be surprised if hookon
you origin to their county tax
to a fish you've never seen collecter for
registration. If these
before.A items are not available, a Our 200th Birthday
new game fish has been Introduced complete description of the boat
to some Florida lakes. and its serial number. If no serial
The new fish doesn't even have a number is available, one will be

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According to John W. Woods,
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Fresh Water Fish Commission,
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female white bass, c.
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VP-49 sets new track recordJaxTwo

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new track records HECTOR HERRERA,
were set here last week duringthe RICH LAVOY FINALS1ST
annual Nautical Mile Race. JIM WOOD
:, Mike Bast from VP-49 shaved MIKE BASS
31 seconds off last year's record 2ND Place-VP-16 "B" TEAM PlaceBUDMEN2ND
with a time of 5:27.: This was the DAVE HARP Place-WOODPECKERS '
\ second year in a row that VP-49 DAN REED 3RD PlaceCONTROLLERS4TH
W had a man place first in the 29 CHARLES BATSON Place-ONE'S BUNCH
. I,i; 542Eii and under age group. JOHN VAN NESSSwim
\ In the 30-39 age group, Bill
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6,076 foot long course one second team
: under last year's, with a time of LADIESTENNIS
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\ Pat Gallagher, NARF, again Team meet will be held Jan. 25, 9
\,' : placed first with his 2,900 mile a.m. at the indoor pool. Volun- Jax-The NAS Ladies Tennis
,\.. tennis shoes. After running for 24 teers to act as timers and judgesare League is looking for new
\ YvIC "Ii months averaging two miles per needed. If interested call members to play the second half
'\1"'1"I f I day, Gallagher retired the shoes Mrs. Kangas at 264-6084. of the season beginning Jan.7.and
.\ last year. Brought out of The Swim team is still runs through April. There is a
\" retirement for, the race, recruiting members and Interested $5.00 registration fee to furnish
i Gallagher added one more mileto persons are invited to tennis balls and trophies. If interested .
the tennis shoes, plus one more stop by the Indoor Pool from 5- contact Mrs. Hoff at 264-
j jIt trophy. 6:30 p.m. dally> or call Mrs. 5128 or Mrs. Marsh, Extension
It VP-16, not to be out done by Glaraton at 388-8727. 3127 at the Dependent Center.
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2ND Place-FRANK SCHATZLEOPS -
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WITH OPPOSITION FAR BEHIND, Mike Bast of VP-49 nears the RELAY Women's Basketball and Coed badminton tournaments.
finish line. Bait placed' first in the J. and under age group and slashed 1ST PLACE-VP-16 "A" TEAM
Registration must.be, made before the first of the year.
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