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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: November 2, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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VOL 30 NO. 33 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida NOVEMBER 1, 1972


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we need your help to make it a reality. T
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The name-plate you see at the top of this page has

been the mark of our paper (with only minor revisions)

since'the first issue of the Jax Air News appeared in ,

1943.

Like the Navy itself, we are proud of our tradition, butf'

also believers in staying up-to-date. If you take a closer

,. look at the name-plate you'll see it's'definitely NOT up-,

f' to-date. '


We want to remedy this-and that's where YOU come

in. PARIS ISLANDT-No, it's right her at NAS Jax. If you want to find out where they're headed-and
why-turn to Page 9.Credit.
We are issuing an invitation to EVERY Jax Air News

j reader to suggest ideas for a new name-plate for YOUR

I paper. Union Offering: ,

4 The only limit we place on your imagination is that the ...
.) words "Jax Air News"appear somewhere on the name- ',,> ;.J
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f i plate. j ,
New Credit Service ,

>, If you have an idea you'd like to see in print every
week send sketch of it office at Box 2 NAS
a to our s'ervic.eavailable
Jax-The Jax Navy Federal Credit Union has announced a new credit
/. Jacksonville, Fla. or, better still, come up to Bldg. 1, to its 37,000 members. .
Room 230 and show us your idea in person., \

> We don't ask that your sketch be a masterpiece, just The service, called up to that limit. order to have the card availablethat
SURECHEK,is a form of "point- Credit Union General ManagerDon is accepted by the store
that it be understandable.
; of-purcbase" credit., After' a Athearn stated, "We feel the where the purchase is to be
Please include your name, address and phone number member has applied for and been credit union is offering a service made. SURECHEK eliminatesthis
with the sketch so we can contact you if there are any approved for a credit limit, a that gives members an op problem because they are
.
SURECHEK "Money Book", portunity for greater flexibility in universally accepted by mer
questions. which contains a number of their credit transactions. Many chants in much the same manner
drafts, is issued to the applicant. families use credit cards as a money orders or checks are."
convenient way of purchasing Mr.Athearn went on to explainthat
New Bus Station Each draft has a specific limit merchandise. there is no charge for the
SURECHEK service other than
that is determined by the amountof
credit approved,but the drafts "Unfortunately, it is necessaryto the interest charge on any out
may be filled in for any amount carry many credit cards in standing SURECHEK loan
: Dedicated Today balance. No interest is chargedon
a SURECHEK draft until it is

CFC Over The Top actually used and credited to the
member's account.At .
"
Jax The new all-weather bus facility, located near
that time there is an interest
> the ,Main Gate, will be transferred officially from the charge at the rate of one percentper
;. ,City of Jacksonville to the Navy'in ceremonies at 10 a.m. As Drive FinishesJax month on the unpaid balance

. today. ((12 percent APR), which is
considerably less than the one
[ Jacksonville Mayor Hans Tanzler heads the list of Navy contributions to the Combined Federal and one-half percent per month

r: :: City officials! invited to participate in the ribbon-cutting Campaign in the Greater Jacksonville area\ totalled (or 18 percent APR) on credit
.Fdedication" :: ceremony, along with State Department of '$307,064 as of Tuesday-135_ percent of the suggested card and department store ac.
counts.
1'.V', Transportation officials; RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, dollar goal of $228,000. "We have had an enthusiastic

fc(' COMFAIRJAX; Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax Seventy-five commands met or Commissary Store, Navy acceptance of the SURECHEK
fi& ? CO, and other City, State and Navy officials. exceeded their goals; three ships Regional Medical Center, VP-49, ,plan by the Jacksonville merchants -
had not reported as of Tuesday.The NARU, VP-62, Naval Investigative ," Mr. Athearn said. "In
e.4-..:. Originally conceived as a community project, ,the remainder were short of Service, VP-16, and addition, SURECHEKS have
NARF from NAS Jax. been used by members in
all many
their suggested contribution,
r cooperative efforts of the Chamber of Commerce, DOT total. Also, Air Wing Staffs 3 and 16, locations throughout the United
kgI'r: and the City of Jacksonville were responsible for Top contributor-percentage Attack Squadrons :37, 72, 82, 86 States.We are confident that this
,:. seeking and obtaining approval for funding, design and wise-was 'the Navy Ordnance and 105 of Cecil Field; Navy new credit service will becomethe
: construction of the $70,000 air-conditioned facilitywhich Systems Support Office at Ordnance Systems Support Of future way of handling point-
";, ; will accomodate NAS Jax personnel waiting for both Mayport with 743 percent of their fice, Mayport; COMCARDIV 6 of-purchase financing"Persons
recommended goal. staff,USS Saratoga,USS Tattnall interested in additional -
;' distance buses.
: local and long The NROTC unit at Jackson. and USS'' Salinan of Mayport, information on

i- > Commenting on the coming transfer and dedication ville University was next with 389 along with, the Navy Fuel Depot. SURECHEK service may contact
: The Combined Federal 'any of the credit union offices,
percent,followed by the NAS Jax
'I" ceremony, Capt. Sizemore said, "It is undoubtedly one Marine Barracks with '320 per. Campaign is an annual federal which are located in Bldg.39 hereat

'.!j: :.', '. of the more elegant' and well planned of its type in the cent.. charity drive to support 37 NAS Jax; Bldg. 26 at Cecil
I. area," and that he plans to properly thank all those Commands which met or agencies of the United Fund, four Field, and Roosevelt Mall

,.' persons involved in making it available for use by Navy topped their suggested goals in International Service Agenciesand Shopping Center, corner of
the final two weeks of the six- eight National Health Roosevelt Blvd. and San' Juan
personnel.
f f week drive include: Agencies Ave.
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:' "Published by the Holt Publishing Company which is in no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained here are not official expressionsof
the Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the-Navy endorsement products or services advertised."



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FRIDAY SUNDAY.THURSDAY SUNDAY 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. FRIDAYS
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11 a.m. to 2 s.m: SUNDAY 6p.m.-10p.m.
S TURDAY TUESDAY.THURSDAY Noon to Midnight SATURDAYS
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French Fried Cauliflower, Buttered Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to SANDWICH LINES: Grilled Ham:
Peas & Carrots, Salad Bar, Peanut Order, Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, burgers or Cheeseburgers, French
I Butter Cookies, Cherry Jello. Choice of Ham or Pork Sausage, Fried Potatoes, Sliced Tomatoes,
r 1neIJUt Sunday, Nov. S Baked Pork & Beans, Pastry Bar. Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles,
BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato DINNER Corn Chowder, Baked Mustard Catsup, Salad Dressing,
Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Chicken, Brown Gravy, Mashed Dessert Bar.SUPPERr .
Order, Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, Choiceof Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered Italian Spaghetti w.MeatBalls
Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Broccoli Spears, Harvard Beets, Corn Pizza, Baked Lasagna, Parmesan .
Friday, Nov.3 Young, Chicken Fried Rice, Chinese Scrambled Eggs w.Ham, Pastry Bar. Bread Dressing, Salad Bar, Tomato Cheese, Seasoned Brussel
BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit Chow Mein, Noodles, Buttered Green BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Cream of Spice Cake, Brownies. Sprouts, Said Bar, Chocolate
Juice, Hominy Grits, French Toast, Beans, Salad Bar, Vanilla Pudding, Tomato Soup, Grilled Cheeseburgers, SANDWICH LINE: Chili Dogs, Krlnkles, Creamy Rice Pudding.
Fried Eggs to Order, Choice of Baconor Peach Pie. French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans. Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped
Luncheon Meat, Cheese Omelet, Saturday, Nov.4 Salad' Bar, Lemon Meringue Pie, Onions, Dessert Bar.
Pastry Bar.DINNER BREAKFAST! Chilled Pineapple Chocolate Cookies. SUPPER! Fried Fish Sticks or
New England Clam Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to SUPPER Baked Virginia Ham, Frankfurters Cheese & Bacon,
Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Fried Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choiceof Pineapple Sauce, Whipped Potatoes, Steamed Rice, Seasoned Lima Beans,
Perch, Scalloped Potatoes Onions, Ham or Pork Sausage, Minced Candied Sweet Potatoes, Buttered' Buttered Cauliflower, Salad Bar, w
Tartar Sauce, Brown Gravy, Buttered Beef, Lyonnaise Potatoes, Pastry Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Brownies, Tomato Spice Cake.
Broccoli, Simmered Pinto Beans, Bar. Chocolate Cookies, Strawberry Jello. Thursday, Nov. 9
Salad Bar, Peach Pie, Devils Food BRUNCH; at 10 a.m. Grilled Veal Monday, Nov. i BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple oow
Cake. Steaks, Beef Rice Soup, French Fried BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Juice, Cooked Farina, Fried Eggs to
SANDWICH LINE Submarine Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Bar, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order, French Toast Syrup, Choiceof NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Sandwiches, Potato Chips, Sliced Strawberry Short Cake, Peanut Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choiceof Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Lyon-
Tomatoes, Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Butter Cookies. Ham or Pork Sausage, Home Fried nalse Potatoes, Pastry Bar.
Catsup, Mustard, Salad Dressing, SUPPER! Roast Tom Turkey, Potatoes, Corn Muffins Pastry Bar. DINNER Split Pea Soup, Breaded Sunday
Dessert BarSUPPERi Cream Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, DINNER Navy Bean Soup, Pork Chops, Cream Gravy, Mashed
Pork Chop Suey, Egg Foo Cranberry Sauce' Bread Dressing.JTAX Southern Fried Chicken, Savory Potatoes, Chilled Applesauce, Divine Worship 1:30: a.m.
Bread Dressing, Brown Gravy, Seasoned Asparagus, Buttered Corn, at All Saints Chapel.
r. I Buttered Beets, Seasoned June Peas, Salad Bar, Pineapple Pie, Creamy Church School 9:30: a.m.
Mashed Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Rice ,Pudding. Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
AIR: 'MEWSThe Salad Bar, Coconut Cream, Pie, Ap All Saints Chapel.
plesauce Cake.SANDWICH Junior Youth Fellowship'
LINE Grilled Ham. 12:30: p.m. Senior Youth
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper burgers or Frankfurters' Potato Fellowship 1:30: p.m.
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Chips, Sliced :Tomatoes, Onions, Worship 7:30
Lettuce: Dill Pickles, Evening
eaves Mustard
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Catsup, Salad Dressing, Dessert Bar.
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS SUPPER Stuffed Bell Peppers, Tuesday

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2; NAS Tomato Sauce, Snowflaked Potatoes, Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News Boiled Cabbage & Carrots, Seasoned p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
Green Beans, Salad Bar, Cherry Jello,
Service
Items are welcomed from. all sources. Telephone 772-3118 Christian Science
Coconut Cream Pie.Tuesday .
p.m. at the Small Chapel,
or 3119. Nov. 7
BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice, NAVAL HOSPITAL
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order, Divine Worship 10 a m. at
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to French Toast Syrup, Choice of St. Lukev

race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Creamed NATTCProtestant
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Ground Beef, Pastry Bar. Worship
DINNER Hot Roast Beef Sand-
advertiser will result In the Service, 1030 a.m. In
policy of equal opportunities by an wlchesor Baked Virginia Ham, Brown ;
refusal to print advertising from that source." Gravy, French Fried Potatoes, Building 500.
Buttered Carrots, Southern Fried
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Okra, Salad Bar, Raisin Nut Cake, <. CATHOLICSaturday
concerning such should be directed to;: Oatmeal Cookies. S. Mass 5 p.m. at
SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham & St. Edward's Chapel.
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Cheese Sandwiches, Potato Chips, Sunday Mass a.m. and 11

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Salad Bar, Relish Tray, Dessert Bar. A NICE am. Dally Mass.Monday and,
SUPPER! Grilled Hamburgers or SMILE has snore be. Tuesday, Thursday .
Telephone 388.2755 Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes, hind it than white Friday.11:30 a m. Wednesday
teeth.
Playboy Mass 11:30: a.m. at
Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Cream model
Style Corn, Salad Bar, Oatmeal Debbie Day is Me her the Naval Hospital Chapel.
I VOL. 30 NO. 33 NOVEMBER 2, 1972 I Cookies, Vanilla Pudding. dentist twice year and prac. Saturday Confessions 4:15:

Wednesday, Nov. 8 tices oral hyKiene daily alter and 5 p.mPAGE .
BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit each meal.

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I Your Exchange TRAFFIC



In NovemberJax I t VIOLATIONSJax

The following is a reportof
Did you know that cents- itself because of the use of motor vehicle accidents and
off coupons received in the mail polyester or polyester blended ar traffic violations for the period of
or taken from magazine ads are fibers and their wrinkle-resistent Oct. 16-22,
redeemable at the Navy Exchange properties.The .
if the item is carried in no-iron characteristics Is Number of Accidents
stock? good for the life of the cloth. 1 This period 9
Don't let those valuable Commonly used synonyms for This period a year ago 7
coupons go to waste-use them this merchandise are "drip dry" Total accidents this year 325
Surround your Thanksgiving and "minimum" care /\J "- Total accidents through this
turkey in a beautiful table setting Ladies, look your best this aqb AW period last year 276
that will have dinner guests holiday season. The Exchange .- Total number of days since last
admiring both the table and the now featuring holiday clothing in injury in a motor vehicle accident
big bird. Have a look at some of the latest winter fashions. i. 7
the attractive tavle settings at Knit coordinates are still one of 1 Number of days since an injury
the Exchange, the top favorites for winter and
featuring
last at this time
NEW BARS-Ltln( ) Carolyn Black, ESO OIC, is promoted to her year 121
glassware, tableware and fine the various styles this year are
present rank as Capt. William G. Sixemore, left, NAS Jax CO, and
linens.
further accented by a striking Number of Violations
Capt. D. J. Childers, NAS XO,pin on her new bars.
Speaking of linens, the array of colors. From simple This period 76
following information 'Is' offeredto solids to ornamental prints, the ,Speeding 17
eliminate some of the con- Exchange has the style and colorto Exchange Doesn't Reckless driving 2
fusion in the terms used by table- keep you in the fashion swing) Going through stop sign 6
cloth manufacturers: this holiday season. Other Violations 51

Durable Press means that a For those trying to get a "leg Sell You 'Seconds'Jax Seventeen drivers appeared
finishing agent has been appliedto up" on Christmas shopping, be before the Traffic Hearing Board
the fabric prior to cutting and sure to visit the Exchange's gift "on Oct. 26. Disposition of the
hemming of the tablecloth; accessories boutique.. Gloves, One of the more frequent customer questions cases included the following:
durable press finish is good for handbags, belts and scarves brought before the Navy Exchange Advisory Board Four lost driving and parking
approximately 25 to 40 washings. always make attractive and "seconds". privileges aboard the station for
Wash n' Wear refers to a kindof useful gifts for family and concerns various periods: One was
built-in-memory of the cloth friends. At times, patrons will find .items to the Exchange. The fault assigned to complete an eight-
-- merchandise that is, below lies not with the Exchange, but hour course in remedial driving;
t FRIDAY standard quality and will assume with the manufacturer. Nine received suspension;
cot l' that the Exchange has ordered a Three were given a warning;
rmen Me November 3rd '; v:"''', shipment of "seconds". Should you purchase a ,par- None were dismissed; Nine were
t This is not the case. The Nvy ticular item which you feel does fined (U.S. Magistrate); and
IT'S NOT WHAT WE DO- Exchange does not sell not meet basic standards of Five were referred to com-
"seconds" or "irregular" items. quality,your Exchange employesa manding officers for possible
BUT HOW OFTEN WE DO IT!
Listings of merchandise liberal policy of "Satisfaction disciplinary action.
available to Navy Exchanges are Guaranteed" or your purchase Thirteen were assessed 29
developed by the Navy Resale price cheerfully refunded. traffic points.
System Office in Brooklyn, N Y. .

through Price Agreement In REAL ESTATE matters visit or call
Bulletins (PABS). At' no time
does NRSO list "seconds". WAYNE SHRUM
Samples of all new mer-
chandise to be added to the PABsare An associate of
reviewed 'and tested at the BLANDING
'r4ci'i AGENCY Inc. ,
headquarters office by Quality ,
Control specialists to [isure that REALTORS

.,.': a I I I'S the items meet quality standardsof ;
;+ performance and durability. Honesty, Dependability, Sincerity in
4J REAL ESTATE SALES
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Hours: Mon.>Thurs.9-4,Friday 11.8,Saturday. 10-5 I I D Garden type apartments
6483 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD D Individual air conditioning-
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Your Help..NOWJax


-The Navy, Marine, Coast Guard Residence in McLean, Va.,
known as Vinson Hall,faces a SERIOUS financial crisis.
Vinson Hall is a residence for widowsof regular and reserve officersof
the sea services-retiredofficers,their spouses and other designated
individuals, including dependent mothers and couples.
Throughout the planning stages of this residence and thereafter, the
Naval Officers' Wives Clubs and their Marine and Coast Guard
I l counterparts have played a major role through their fund raising
activities and other essential supporting efforts.
You may well ask"Why is Vinson Hall in such trouble?"
M.q AY4 q! t r Here are some facts:
Y The original planning was to raise a $2 million endowment. Con
struction was rushed because of this need.
t' + When Vinson Hall[ opened,only one-third of this goal,or$660,000 had
been reached.

This amount was not enough to carry the $5.2,million mortgage,
make up for operating deficits over the past three years and support
those widows who have needed help to pay entrance fees and monthly
rental.
It must be noted that many of these widows are caught in the"gap".
that is, before Social Security came into being and before the con
VP-16'S "CAN DO" SPIRIT came sparkling through recently when a group of men from the tingency option. Upon the death of their husbands, these widows
Maintenance Department took their own free time to completely refurbish NAS Bermuda's fishing generally received no Navy pension whatsoever. .
boat.The men completely overhauled the boat's engines, rewired the electrical systems (right downto Few people realize that military hospitals such as Bethesda, do not
the running lights), added night spot lights and repaired the fog horn and siren, not to mention a offer care to officers with terminal illnesses which require lengthy
new paint lob. Donating their services were: ATC Anderton, ADJC Bauguess, ADJC Bulger, AVCM hospitalization. Veteran's hospitals are overcrowded and cannot
Garren,AMHI Hargraves,AMEC Perkins, ATC Thum, AEC Wasson, ADRC White and AEC Wilson. always provide space. ,
In many cases when a widow enters Vinson Hall with no assets,it Is
REFERRAL Opens The DoorJax the terminal illness of husband, that has consumed all savings.The .
Navy, Marine and Coast Guard Residence Foundation providesthe
The Department of officer and enlisted personnelwill sources of employment assis- confidential assistance needed in these cases to permit them to live
Defense has a firm commitmentto be offered personal counsel- tance, both public and private. at Vinson Hall in dignity, friendship and security.
aid the men and women who ing which is geared to aid the However, service personnelmust Your support of this campaign to put Vinson Hall on a sound
have completed a full military about-to-retire servicemen or register while still on active economic basis is URGENTLY needed.
career and leave the military to women in establishing a job goal duty and at that time must certify Any questions you have should be sent to Volunteers for Vinson Hall,
return to civilian life. which will be sought during the their intent to retire. These in- 6251 Old Dominion, McLean, Va. 22101.
To assist these men and womenin retirement year and access to a dividuals are eligible to remain in All contributions are fully tax deductible. Checks should be made
finding employment in the DoD computerized service which the REFERRAL program for up payable to "NMCGRF Inc." and mailed to: Director, Navy-Marine-
civilian sector, the Department relates the individual's skills and to one year' after their date of Coast Guard Residence Foundation Inc., US Naval Observatory,
of Defense instituted the the established job goal with the separation from active duty. Washington, D.C. 20390.
REFERRAL program in mid- openings of industry in the area Servicemen and women
onoOo0 oonooonoO o o a
where the retiree will live. already separated from active ,
1970.Under i tt
LOOK 0o
REFERRAL all eligible Active duty servicemen and duty are not eligible to partici- J
women are eligible to register pate in REFERRAL; these DISCOUNT SERVICEPERSONNEI TO MILITARY & ,

RTU-62 t with the REFERRAL system if veterans may be assisted by the CIVIL -'"..'-..
they: Veterans Administration and the c Locally Owned and Operated
1. have completed, or are Department of Labor. Clay County's Largest Double Wide Display !
within six months of completing, Your most complete A

Starts the required length of service During the counseling process, i Mobile Home Dealer ,...... : -' l jtr:: ,
established for entitlement to REFERRAL counselors identify 0c
retired military pay, or abilities and skills the individualhas lij.dJL
homes ,
CruiseJax 2. are declared eligible for acquired during his or her astro Inc.
disability retirement, or Service career which may be BLANDING BLVD. 264.7900 co
Members of 3. are declared eligible for transferred to a civilian job. LOCAL BANKFINANCING 3 Miles South of 1-295 ,
6 P.O._BOX 687 ORANGE PARKnonoonooononosn.rOoo
and have 10
Replacement Training Unit disability separation 4IIII1i
(RTUK2) started their two weeksof or more years of active duty The essential element is the
annual active duty for training service at the time of separation. review of experience gained
Saturday. Participation in the through job assignments which
Approximately 100 enlisted REFERRAL program is entirely each member of the Armed
personnel and 25 officers will voluntary and in no way Forces participating in
participate in the two weeks of precludes the use by members of REFERRAL must undertakewith
training exercises here. the Armed Forces of other the counselor. LOVSTPRICES

The purpose of this cruise will

be aircrewmen pilot training and ground and enlisted support LEAVE COMING UP?


training.Members of the unit will be your fl]@flI1l@PfIIIil@IfJ@P'JIifecan '

flying in the P-3A aircraft and provide the funds
will also attend classes during
ground time. Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your
RTU-62 has the responsibilityof x money needs are handled the way you want them.
training individuals for VP-62. Call or come in-we'll do the rest.
The cruise is scheduled to end ',.
Nov. 10.Navy. DOMESTIC FINANCECORPORATION '

Ace At \ ;'Iia', lOANS SINCE TO ttOO Ill,? fh',,ia'1Jr" ":" 1 Special

8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK

Open House Financing
See the GREATEST
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Oct. 31America's EXOTIC SNAKE DANCE 1 ..11f; Yt for
first fighter-pilot ace fin
of the Vietnam War, Navy Lt. the U.S.A.
Randy Cunningham, is the latest
addition to the list of attractionsfor oiq*

the Cecil Field Air Show and .., .. ..' .,, tJPerson! nel
Open House, Sunday, Nov. 5. 1t "
Cunningham, who became an j $" '
ace knocking down five enemy SHEENATHEJUNGLEQUEEN ;
an F4 .
planes while flying \* t j* A U F Wr V"V
Phantom II,will be by a Phantomon feoturingherfriends 4:00 pm til 8:00 pm ,G 1A %; ,
static display Sunday to talk to JULIUSSQUEEZER Topless Go-Go .
visitors about his exploits and the Plus' TOPLESS BARTENDER
Navy in general.Cunningham JAX MOST BEAUTIFUL DUVA
was In I TOPLESS GO-GO GIRLS 12 NOON TIL ?11Out
Jacksonville this summer during 9pm til Jam MOTORS

Sesquicentennial Headlining Cecil's celebrations.air show will of SIGHT LOUNGE Nyf. .;...1;;.,..; i., 1616 Ph:387-6541 CASSAT ,.-'- -l;
be the Air Force flight demon 1080 CASSAT AVE. 388-9016 1NOVEMBER \
stration team the Thunderbirds.
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THE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT
THE SUPPLY DEPARTMENT, SO RIGHT
. WHY CANT I PUT THE FLEET BUT I DON'T
AS YOUR DEPENDENT? THINK WE .
WILL
Monday,Nov. __ Gravy, Spinach, Great Northern Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
Tomato Soup,Veal Cutlets with Beans, Squash. Cottage Cheese, Potato Salad, I GETAWAY WITH IT;
Parmesan Cheese, Baked Tossed Salad, Combination Kidney Bean Salad.
Chicken with Dressing,Macaroniand Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Egg Custard Pie, Apple Pit,
Meat Sauce, 7oz. Chopped Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Coconut Cake, Assorted Pud
Sirloin, Fish.French Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit dings.
Fried Potatoes, Cottage Cheese, Carrot and
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Raisin, Cucumber Mix. Thursday,Nov.9 '1 III a
Gravy, Turnip Greens, Corn, Cream of Mushroom Soup, 5"1 1 ? '
Green Lima Beans. Apple Pie, Chocolate Cream Fried Chicken, Country Steaks
Pie, Strawberry Short Cake, with Yellow Rice, Franks with
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad .
Sirloin,
Assorted Pudding. Cabbage, 7oz. Chopped
Fruit Cup, Chef Salad Fish.
Bowl, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Wednesday,Nov.8
Plain Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Minestrone Soup, Fried French Fried Potatoes,
Salad, Cole Slaw. Shrimp, Baked Meat Loaf with Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
Coconut Cream Pie,Apple Pie, Creole Sauce, Turkey and Gravy, Mustard Greens, Pinto
Peach Cobbler, Layer Cake, Dressing, 7oz. Chopped Sirloin, Beans, Peas.
Assorted Pudding. Fish. Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad
Tuesday,Nov.7 French Fried Potatoes, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
Bean Soup, Pan Roast of Beef Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello,
with New Potatoes, Chicken Pan Gravy, String Beans, Blackeyes, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
Pie, Liver with Onions, Tor. Spiced Beets. Cottage Cheese,Tuna Fish Salad,
Chopped Sirloin,Fish. Beet and Onion.
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Apple Pie, Pineapple Cream
French Fried Potatoes, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Pie, Chocolate Cake, Assorted
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Puddings.
I .

............................................ Merit

. : Promotions


Jax The following positions
book have been'advertised under the
i
money 1 Jax Merit Promotion Program
since out last issue:
Supervisory Travel Assistant,
GS-2132-7 (104-72)); Closing Date:
. A Nov. 2, 1972
. 2 Tools and Parts' Attendant
Foreman, WS-7 (105-72)); Closing
9 Date: Nov. 6, 1972
moneybook Budget Analyst, GS-560-9 ((106-
1 A 72); Closing Date: Nov. 27, 1972
2 Supervisory Inventory
Management Specialist, GS20109 -
11 (107-72); Closing Date: Nov. 9,
. A 1972

. Employees are encouraged to
J contact the Employment Office,
9 Ext. 3448, or the Rating Branch,
9 Ext. 2320, Civilian Personnel
00.
I-money A Department, to inquire about

9. positions terested. in which they are in-

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i . CSC Sets 'Open Season' '

1

For Health Plan ChangesJax


The U. S. Civil Service Commission has announced changes in benefits I

and premium rates for the 38 existing plans and two new plans that will be participating 1

in the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program in 1973.
-
Premiums for both of the which more than three-fourths of Carriers Plan, and the Kaiser j\
Government-wide plans will be all employees and annuitants are Foundation Health Plans for ea _
reduced for the first time in the covered, will be reduced in 1973. Northern and Southern t
Premium rates for the California, all of which will be I
12-year history of the program.An (
"open season" is scheduledfor Government-wide Service increased. / jI j--
Nov. 15-30, during which time Benefit Plan (Blue Cross-Blue Thus, since four of the six :I
eligible employees may newly Shield) will be reduced by 10 largest plans will have increased (
enroll and employees and percent in the high option and 15 premium rates while two will be ,
retirees already enrolled may percent in the low option. Rates decreased, the Government's
change from one plan or option to for the Government-wide In- contribution will be increased
another, or from self-only to demnity Benefit Plan (Aetna) from $3.79 to $4.04 biweekly for I
family coverage. will be reduced 5 percent for both self-only coverage and from $9.48to
Changes made by employeesand high and low option. $10.17 for family enrollment. .MI
annuitants during the open The Commission said these Two new group practice plans
season will take effect the first reductions were made possible in. have been approved by the 1
pay period in January 1973, the part by price controls which went Commission for participation in i
same time that new premium into effect in August 1971, 1973. They are the Community
rates and benefit changes resulting in a favorable financial Health Care Center Plan of New .
become effective. experience for both Governmentwide Haven, Conn., and the Rhode 'J
NATTC RETIREMENT-AOC Homer B. Waller and his wife, Gloria, ;
Premium rates for 32 plans in the last half of 1971 Island Group Health AssociationPlan
existing the side at NATTC as Chief Waller: ends 23 years of '
are piped over
and in
plans will be increased 1972. of Providence, R. I.
by naval service. Chief Waller was an Aviation Mlssle Instructor at I'
The to
varying amounts in 1973 to pay Government's contributionto The former will be available
improved benefitsto enable a premium cost is fixed by law at Federal employees in the New AO"B" School.
plan to meet its obligations to 40 percent of the average high Haven area and the latter to
subscnbers.or both. option premium of the six largest employees in Rhode Island and a 4 Pelican Crews
Premiums for the two plans,not to exceed 50 percent of few nearby towns in Massa-
Government-wide plans, underDEEJ any premium.In chuetts.
addition to the two Govern- Group practice plans provide Win ALPHA Status 1
mentwide plans whose premiumswill medical services in their own
,' be reduced, the "Big Six" medical centers. The two new
plans include the American plans bring to 40 the number of Jax Four VP-45 flight crews have attained ALPHA 1
,s'J t Postal Workers Union Plan, the plans that will participate in the status, indicating the crews have met the highest

.!I ). f National Association of Letter program in 1973. standards of proficiency in performance during ASW

exercises against submarine targets.

SPRINGS Pelican crews 10, 32, 21 and 11 to the newer and more sophisti-
won the ALPHA designation a cated P-3C.
ESTATES Vote Nov. 7It's short seven weeks after begin- The squadron now has six of the
...ATKEYSTONE ning to fulfill the various require- nine new aircraft they will
HEIGHTS ments and completing an Intensive eventually receive.
MOBILE HOMESITES transition course at NAS Working with these new air-
,I Up To YOU! Patuxent River to
CLYDE W, SIMPSON ft CO. familiarize craft, Pelican flight crews have
them with their new P3C"Orions" put forth a concerted effort to
REALTOR 356-6849
take part in as many ASW
Plane Commanders and training exercises as possible in I
TACCOS for the crews include: order to improve crew efficiency
t I It11 Crew 10: Cdr. Herring, PPC; when operating the P-3C's new
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Crew 32: LCdr. Troyer, PPC
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 9



j MART Hits The Road (. With A KO Punch)





I Jax The days of super GySgt.G.GSelby MAUTDPAO jets uy and souped-up cars don't s f .t tAA tN

mean a thing to the Marines at MARTD-not when it Y '

comes to training.
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Stretching their legs in 3 he .
con- they've done '
; Pretty well so far. '
junction with the Marine Corps' They made their first march ; -i s .., .'>y
; ,
that .., :, ; ; ; t
Marine .
every 'j ,
principle last
month, going only six '" .,'!I / ,
of his miles. <0'..... .. .... "
occupational '
regardless
However .. :
the "
MARTD Marines : -:": '\ \ :: (
specialty, is basically an infantryman made those six miles in one hour .....,,,, '> 1, MARTD has begun a and twenty minutes,and realized '
training program in one of theInfantryman' when it was all over that each
basic skills-field .nile seemingly
got hotter and
marching.For longer than the one before it.

more than a year now, the Taking it in stages, MARTD is I,
I MARTD Marines have been preparing for the big one- -the
; exercising and running around 25-milerscheduled
for this
:: NAS Jax in their daily physical December.As .

i I fitness program. Now, however, ,their weekly hikes increase

1 they've added another angle in in distance, so they'll increase in ,
; their activities that often make equipment. The Marines carried -,'

j station residents and employeestake only their canteens on their

a second look-and perhaps cartridge belts on that first hike;
I wonder about their own physical but this will change every ed-

abilities, or lack of then. nesday until their full load includes ..
7. MARTD's hikers aren't out to rifles, helmets and packsas S f5yl
set any marching records at this they approach December's rfi Ek y !
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early stage of their program, but "Biggie". R .as yyl '68Aa
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WITHIN THE SPEED LIMIT-On their first hike, the MARTD Marines knew they were setting' a
fast pace, but they didn't know lust HOW fast until they passed an F-4 Phantom. The Phantom was
only being towed, but the Marines completed the A-mlle hike in one hours and twenty minutes
unassisted.


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D PICK-UP & DELIVERY

MeetingJax D ROAD SERVICED

The CPO Wives MECHANIC ON DUTY

Club will meet Monday, D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS

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Club. l ROWS OAK HILL }

All interested wives are :J

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F Gliding A Downer..But Soaring Isn't!


'-' -
Jax Many of the thousands who watched the air '

show here last year left talking as much about the

gliders as about the Blue Angels, who headlined the

affair.

,1"J/, Those gliders will be back in action Sunday, Nov. 5, at
,. '1' Cecil Field's air show and open house.

This time they'll be teamed of the Society, wince at the words
:JK 'i}., 'i,:/ with the Air Force Flight "gliders" and "gliding".
?": .' 'ft\d: demonstration team, the "Gliding", Cdr. Horn explains,
,
::w < ,,' ;?1 \' Thunderbirds, and the Army's "is merely powerless flight.
,:
< : \ free-fall parachute team, the always a downhill ride. Soaring
>" "' .,. '<
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Or"
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: open
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: ,' .< < : < ,l, to ," and the show at aircraft
,oj;>' ", ,%" '.,'.j, ",<< J, ,;\.1;,, .': a.m. starts 2 engineered and at.
"'A-L. ". I '> ; 'I' \" p.m.). mospheric instability to provide
Cdr. Les Horn, COMFAIRJAX sustained flight in rising columnsof
Assistant Chief of Staff for air-called thermals-for indefinite -
Maintenance and Material, will ,periods.1
pilot one of the sailplanes.Cdr. .
Horn, who's also a test Perhaps it's because of their
pilot for NARF, explained that misunderstanding of the words
the gliders and pilots belong) to glidingandsoaring,but Cdr. Horn
the North Florida Soaring says, most people are surprisedto
Society, "an organization of local learn that sailplanes have
residents who've joined togetherto attained heights of over 46,000
share their love of flying and feet, traveled 'cross- ountry
mutual interest in the sport of distances of more than 700 miles
soaring". and remained airborne as long as
Sunday, the Society will 72 hours.
SIDE-BY>SIDE-A sailplane pilot gives the "once over" to the people in a conventional aircraft. demonstrate two techniques,
Which one do you think is jealous? thermaling and glider aero One of the highest performance
batics, Cdr. Horn said. sailplanes in the world, an 18-
Cdr. Horn, and other members meter Cirrus, a fiberglass ship

I crafted in West Germany which
has set many national distanceand
altitude records, will be on
static display at Sunday's show.


"A totally unique experience;
I you are alone, without power, the
sailplane an extension of
your
LEST WE FORGET COMMITTEE body, feeling for the,pulse of the
living air, where your skill,
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That's the way one glider pilot
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Cdr. Horn said he thinks the
people who watch the North
\ Florida Soaring Society perform
YEARS A P.O.W. Sunday will probably agree.


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THE POW-MIA BRACELETOVER I NAME WITHOUT 1973 MODELS PRICE NOW INCREASE STILL '

Dotiabhoy"wenl.you fo coniK/r'
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1700 AMERICANS are either Prisoners Of War or Missing In 1 PROTECTIONPLAN
Action In Southeast Asia. I CITY STATE '
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Aside from the inhumane treatment witnessed by those few who have ZIP PHONEPlease "'" PROGRAM
returned, the most tragic aspect Is that most of the families of these men I. ':: LOANER
CAR
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won't tell them.
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solid copper bracelets. Could chi,b.your loco)sot nlopron 's
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This bracelet honors the man whose name is Inscribed and includes the
date he was lost. It should be worn with the vow that It will not be
removed until the day the Red Cross Is allowed Into Hanoi and can assure To cover our costs minimum donation of $2.50 for
his family of his status and that he receives the humane treatment due all nickel or $3.00 for copper is requested plus .25 for
-7" men. postage.
P1DOSSABHOY's

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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY i CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Publisher : Movie Schedule
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JAXAIRNEWS i CALL: 388-2755
.. NAS Jacksonville :
'.. Ads Should be mailed to arrive not later than TueSday -------
for publication the
LATWINGER following Thursday
: Ads arriving too late for IIlls deadline will be Thursday, No",.2 Harrison and Alan Collins. "PG"
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE : published
: Publisher is,the Instructed fOllowing week unless the NAS: "RIVER RUN" Drama, (101 min.)
: otherwise. A check or John McLise and Louise HOSPITAL: "TROG"Monday
money order for the full cost of the ad must be Starring
i received WITH the copy for the ad. Ober. "R" (95 min.)
4747 San Juan Avenue Nov.
I "THE
Jacksonville Florida RATE: minimum charge( lines) $2.00 HOSPITAL: GANG" Color NAS: "THE MACKENZIE
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Per additional line((4 words per line) .so BREAK" War Drama Starring

I Comedy Starring Byron Mabe Brian Keith and Helmut Greim.'PG" .
and Hal Reed. "PG" (93 min.)
,\;'" ,m\\,, '" ="""""' ''"""I'" '" m, ((107 min.)
,,
.. '''' HOSPITAL: "VENGEANCE"Tuesday
Friday Nov. 3
.', '.,M'," Nov.7
'' < *" NAS: "THE DEAD ARE
EMPLOYMENTSALESMAN REAL ESTATE ;:: : MOBILE r\: DAYS' WONDER"
:< i,, HOMES NAS: TEN
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ALIVE"
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< Suspense Mystery
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WANTED WE BUY & SELL EQUITIES JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Alex Cord. "R" ((104 min.) Perkins and Orson Welles. "PG"

Apply at Florida Jewelers, 18 W. Call us for Quick service 1 Qtr mile N). of NAS. Clean Modern HOSPITAL: "RIVER RUN"Saturday (101 min.)
Forsyth St., 353.0625.ATTENTION Morrison I.Taylor, Inc.4S43WesconnettBlvd. trailers and apts. 3893007. HOSPITAL: "THE

PARENTS 771.3052 Nov.4 MACKENZIE BREAK"
Interested In earning extra money? A 73M864 FOR SALE 2 MOBILE HOMES NAS: "TROG" Science Fiction -
Live In one, rent other .
Marshal Field family-owned enterprise McCLENNY QUICK MOVE-IN Dead Lake. 786.0712, 771 App..4040$200, mo. Starring Joan Crawford and Wednesday Nov.8
Is conducting a nationwide New brick homes, 3BR, 2B, CH 8. CA, Michael Gough. "PG" (91 min.)
expansion program.We are Interestedin WW carpets, Kit equip., Lg Lots. KNOX 10x50
hiring 5 persons In this area to work DUKE LOSTUMBO Realtor 3892331 Furn., 2BR., 30 ft. Awning; 5x7 util. HOSPITAL: "THE DEAD NAS: "THE CANDIDATE"Drama

3 days a week, 5 hours a day. Will pay shed, anchors, AC, new gas heater, w. ARE ALIVE" Starring Robert Redford
$500 minimum for 100 sales In. NORMANDY ACRES w carpet Avail Dec. 15 $3100. 772. and Melvyn Douglas. "PG" (110

tervlews. Call 7243596 any morning. 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road 9779. Sunday, Nov. 5 min.) '
frontage, Ito 10 acre tracts. Land Is '70 NEW MOON
NAS: "VENGEANCE"Western HOSPITAL: 'TEN DAYS'WONDER"
PART-TIME the best Investment for the future 12x60, 3BR, Like new cOnd., ww
Janitorial $1.91 hr. Other tracts available over Southwest carpet, CH & CA, Washer & Dryer Starring Richard

_on NAS 772.7661EXP&'RIENCED Jacksonville 2643365.
Wynne Realty of Florida '
NIGHT COOK 389 5514 SABRE
Good pay &, hours, apply In person, 389 8507 12x60, 2BR, 1 Bath with double sinks,

Ole Red Barn, 428 Hwy. 17 S., Orange W.W shag carpet, AC, assume mortg.
Park. mo. pmts. of 106,23, call work 7723156or
NEWEST CONCEPT
Barrack 7L 772-3857.
QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY
., IN APARTMENT LIVING
: '. 'h :' : ,$> :'" '> Also
Equities for sale on easy terms.
MISCELLANEOUS Edward O. Lyon, Broker 389.0361 r
.. TRANSPORTATION
123 BEDROOM, I AND 2 BATHS

Spacious rooms, wide windows,
A recorded by
message MIDDLEBURG AREA '67 CADILLAC central heat & air cond Private

SCOTT EDWARDSTells how to be a 1 acre Mobile Home tracts In Sun. 4DR. HT, loaded, exec tires, patios, sundecks, swimming. pool
you nyslde Farms. Call 2642086. and party room .
DISC JOCKEYcall reasonable or trade for late .,
355.2944 any hour. Approved for modellong wheel base pickup, 771 264-8102
veterans. Columbia School of 3BR,2B PRETTY 3211 Ext. 8340.

Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not Fenced yard,fruit trees very nice '64 BEIGE PLYMOUTH 1800 KINGSLEY AVE.

affiliate with CBS, Inc. Course by $16,000.VANSANDTRealtOr. 387.1213 60,000 miles,$550, 772.300 or 791-0017, DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding
home study. after 5PM. Blvd & Orange Park Minutes

away via new I.275.

NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO CEDAR HILLS '71 VW BUS DELUXE f!

Consoles some with AM-FM, tape 3BR, 2B, BIRO, WW carpets, Cov. Factory AC, AM-FM stereo system, 8 c:7 =
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate patio, fenced yard, $123 mo. Sm. track tape, $2700, 7722967. .
stock Full warranty! Phone 7710409. equity Trees and shrubs.
DUKE LOSTUMBO, Realtor 3892331 '70 VW VAN
LIVE CRABS Interior Exterior 8. engine In absolute

r- Wilford's 2649707 Fish Camp .f 3BR home.CEDAR Hardwood HILLS floors, CH & perfect payments condo plus $100 Assume equity,balance 3.2239.,. :.:!;;;:;'!!'::::: :fjp: ;: ;:"""": '; ;IIIII!! I'I!'! I:

CA. Fenced back yard, beautifully
TYLER'S AIR COND. SERVICEWe
landscaped. Near shopping center. 1972 SL.175 HONDA
and service Window Auto Units.AC Reasonable., Central Units DUKE LOSTUMBO Realtor 3892331 1644 miles, $600, 733.5861, after 5 PM. L' ; mtf.illia

4711 i Palmer Lake Shore 3885161 ORANGE PARK AREA '64PONTIAC-BONNEVILLE ,

Immaculate 3BR, 2B home on lovely Convertible, good for 2nd car, $400.,

KIRBYVACUUMCLEANERResponsible corner lot, new w.w carpet 7722464. 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511

party take up pmts. of$5. throughout.Louise. Bailey 1972 HONDA 500 Open Daily to8:30-Saturday8to5-Sunday 1 to 6 PM
a month. Call dealer. 772.8936.
Broker .' 771-3605 Good cond., very good price, call 388.
7172 SUPER BEETLE Auto, AC $2395
HARMONY ELEC.GUITAR
W.Case & Small amp. Perfect cond., CEDAR HILLS '66 CHEVY PICKUP 71 VW SUPER BEETLE R&H, Extra Clean $1995

$85 7812260. Nothing down, Immaculate 3BR, 2B LWB,good mechanically & good tires, 70 VW SEDAN R&H $1695
home, nice area. Conv. to schools, $700., 2825306.
SINGER TOUCH 'N'SEW ,NAS & Cecil, 3825 Rodby Dr. 69 VW SEDAN R&H. $1595

Cost over $400, In drawer desk. Louise T. Bailey 1968 VW 68 VW SEDAN AC, R&H $1495
Used 12 months. Sews stretch fabric, Broker 771-3405
makes buttonholes, fancy designs, 2DR, Sedan, automatic stlckshift, 67 VW SEDAN AC, R&H .. $1295
blind hems, overcasts, BELLAIR WEST blue, $950. or best offer. Lt. Cmdr t
monograms BUY Sherman, NAS Jax, Ext. 3065. 66 VW SEDAN Extra Sharp $995
winds bobbin Inside machine. Bal. EQUITY .
*89. Cash or $6.50 per ,mo. Public: New 3BR, 2B home with CHS.A, 72 VW BUS Deluxe, AC, R&H $3495

Discount Center, 805 S. ,Edgewood fenced yard, Immediate possession. '69VWFASTBACKAir 70 VW BUS Deluxe, R&H $2495
Ave., 389.0494., Louise T, Bailey
cond.,
shift, exc.
Radio, Std.
Broker 771.3605 70 VW SQUARE BACK, R&H $2095
26,000 miles, $1600. Call 264-8556.
.. 69 VW KARMANNGHIA AT, R&H $1795
MARRIAGES ''''''
PERFORMED ''' -
ANYTIMEANYPLACE ..RENTALS- '70650 BSA.UNDER S950. 72 DATSUN 240Z AC, AM-FM Stereo $4195

__ Call 733-8327 \Oi"/< ..w.x: _, : Semi-chopped
724.3620THe Nice Selection of other Model VW's

DATING BY COMPUTERFor ORANGE PARK

fun, friendship, or marriage. For 2 BR, Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dish. 100 % GUARANTEE!
unmarried adults only. Send name, washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth :
address, age In confidence to C.S.I., AptS. 771.1405 or 771.3355. PflR1mEfl1'mmiflC

P.O. Box 2270 Satellite. Bch,'Florida We gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
3293?. W\TH tuned tightened, and that needed It.
GIVE US A CALL FOR \ POOllblW we up replaced everything
AIRELITE INDUSTRIES OF JAX Quick Rental of your Property \ \ And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
Fabrication window 389-0361 major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
In rescreenlng, Edward 0. Lyon, Broker
screens, screen doors, patio & pool double check.
enclosures, aluminum roofs & car. LIFE: ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLE+FRONTAXLE
APARTMENTSAir GOOD
Ports, free estimates Owned & WILMAR ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
'
operated by: Norman T. Abrams, Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living S20.VillageUJood\ .
nook, parking fROm
USN Kitchen, Brfst.
room
retired, Paul Tlnney 2568 Edison
,
Ave. 384.1242. space for 2 cars, water Furnished-, sewage DOMESTIC SPECIALS!
garbage, lawn service,
DAY CARE CENTER $120, Unfurnished.$100. plus 4 per
Riverside Christian Kindergarten, ta 387.2541 weekends, 389
cent sales 5
'450 Cherry St., Infants thru 5th grade. 0744 2045 Jamme 11'1 JaCk'i0 1970 CHEVROLET BELAIR $1850

Open all day,. 3887689. mlUt.t\ : g0osevettson"1 \ Auto, AC, Radio, Low Mileage I

r With BENSEN GYROCOPTER KIT BEING TRANSFERRED? \ e.R\ght\. o San 69 CHEVELLE STATION WAGON $1295
McCullheh motor, one-seater, who un 8\vd.\ then
Navy man .
retired es
,
Let a
AT R&H SWtf
original Jam
purchase price over $4,000 YOUR problems, managethe Juan to ,
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derstands
tmeflt5.
sell tryyj 733-;832. until you
house ap
to
of caiIFor
rental your \left Info 69 BUICK RIVIERA $2295
COCKER PUPPIES AKC return to Jax.Bartieson comple
Deposlt.wlll hold til Xmas, 396.4787. ,O'Neil & Payne, Inc. 88J \ Air, All power, Vinyl roof
1147 So. Edgewood Ave. 78%

MINIATURE SCHNAUSER PUPS 388.9311FOR

7 weeks, AKC, registered, $100., 772- M..q d:,AGf..E..t. tOA' "
.
3020 or 7910017, after 5PM. RENT "i 'i"" "; .DfVELOPNENT to"'
$105 per
12' wide, 2BR, "flLtN fltAL
Trailer, new :::',
MOBILE HOMES 573. per mo.
CLEANED mo. Also. trailer. 1'I2BR
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Jjtjular $20 $25, waxed $5.00, call 355. Call 771.6908 aft. 5PM.





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\ Spanish Speaking ; Bus



Recruiters NeededJax Service
Ri
-If you're a Mexican-American or Puerto Rican- r l hir Changejax

American that's interested in telling the Navy story,

here's your chance. rJ -- Effective

There is an urgent need for officer Saturday, Nov 4, the
Mexican-
San Antonio:
officers and enlisted Navymen of
Mexican-American and Puerto American station bus will not operateon
Rican-American heritages who Houston: Mexican-American Saturday and Sunday
are fluent in Spanish at the enlisted from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
following Navy Recruiting Oklahoma City: Mexican- Bus service will be
Command centers: American enlisted between the
Enlisted LCdrs. and below of the unre- Mltjr s provided
MexicanAmericanNew Los Angeles: stricted line due .for rotation Pirates Cove and NATTC

York City: Puerto Rican- ashore and enlisted personnel area each night as in-
American enlisted eligible for shore duty and quali- dicated below:
Mexican- fied in accordance with Chapter 4 4
Albuquerque: Sunday thru Thursday:
American officer or enlisted of the TRANSMAN are encouraged CONGRATULATIONS are in order for Lt. John Thomson as he
Dallas: Mexican-American to submit a request for augments from the Navy Reserve to the Regular Navy with Cdr. H. P. p.m. to midnight.
enlisted this challenging and exciting Fillingane, VP-56 CO, performing the honors. Friday, Saturday and
El Paso: Mexican-American duty to their detailers holidays: 6 p.m. to 2 a.m.

I Marine Wives NewsJax available Base taxi for service essential is

TIMOTHY CARTER
Dr. R.
transportation on requestvia
Earleen The also decided to
-- Mrs. group
OptometristAnnounces Ext. 3750.
Harrington,a new member of the dispense with the regular
the NAS Jax Marine Wives Club,was November meeting and, instead,
Relocation of his OptometrIc Practiceto the lucky winner of a hair dryer gather with their husbands at a MinorityMilestone
and styler given at the group's local restaurant on Friday, Nov.
Park Central Shopping Center Oct. 26 luncheon meeting.The 17, at 7 p.m. for a dinner social.*

door prize was presentedby An invitation was extended to
1592 Park A venue Phone 264.2425 Mrs. Shirley Nichols who put all Marine wives and their
Orange Park Florida 32073 demonstration of the
on a ReachedJax
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active
husbands, reserve
(Green Cove Springs Phone products of a popular name- retired, to attend the dinner
brand hair care and coloring firm social. -Major General James F.
for the ladies. Hamlet recently became the first
2843452)I Members of the club agreed at For additional information and Black general to command an
Ej pR ES the meeting to bake and provide reservations for the Nov. 17 Army division in the continental
Esa cookies for Naval Hospital social, wives are asked to phone United States when he assumed
patients for Halloween and for either Mrs. Moyer at 771-5177 or command of Fort Carson,
the Christmas and New Years Mrs. Dave Davis at 772.9921 no Colorado, and the Fourth Infantry
j NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES holidays. later than Nov. 14. Division.
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BALLOTNAME Second Straight WeekJax



It finally hap- Anyone who plans on
pened.For the first time in taking the season

RANK OR TITLE AGE PHONE the last two years someone championship away from
came up with a winning U- Castelli or at least tieing
DUTY STATION SERVICE NUMBER_ -- Pic-Em ballot twice in one him had better make their

(This week's games) season and in two con- move now as there are
secutive weeks at that. only about five weeks left
SMU TEXAS. in the contest.A .

GEORGIA .TENNESSEE The winner this week special Fickled- .,' r
was B. W Castelli of Data Finger-Of Fate Award ; I
MICHIGAN STATE ....PURDUE_ _ Processing who also won goes to A.M. Carstarphenof r I

,NEBRASKA COLORADO last week's contest. By Special Services who ,.
missing only one this week only missed one on his "
DARTMOUTH _YALE (Cornell's win over Yale) ballot but he overlookedthe 1

SOUTH CAROLINA WAKE FOREST Castelli also became the Cornell vs Yale game
He does it again
first person this season to and didn't'check off either
AUBURN FLORIDA win without having to go to team so we will never

OKLAHOMA IOWA STATE the tie-breaker. His was know if he could have tied
the only ballot out of about Castelli and prevented him
OAKLAND KANSAS CITY..PITTSBURGH.. 100 ballots with only one from winning his second in

CINCINATTI _____ incorrect guess. a row. f

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TIE BREAKER: predict final score on the game between
check Georgia mark.vs Tennessee. Indicate winners in other games by a 1" HOW THEY STAND 1 MOONMULLINS

Ballot boxes for NAS and Cecil Field are located at the Navy
Exchange near the Lay-away counter and at Galley One.Ballots (LCdr. USN, Ref.)
must be in by noon Friday each week or they won't be picked up. Intramural Football
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I both operational and training The Thunderbirds fly the Army's counterpart to the Navy's I

I Air Show At CecilJACKSONVILLE models-will be on display in i the McDonnel Douglas F4 PhantomII Chuting Stars,who performed at
air show area. a Mach two fighter in NAS Jacksonville last year along
The air show is to start at 2 terceptor.Now with the Blue Angels.
Fla., Oct. 19 suppress flak and surface-to-air p.m and is expected to last about in their 20th season, the Normally the Knights do four
The Air Force flight demon- missiles for four other Corsairs two hours. team has flown more than 1,500 jumpsa baton pass,a diamond
stration team,The Thunderbirds, making high attack dives. Gates to the, air station will demonstrations in all of the 50 track, a cutaway and a for-
and the Army parachute team, Other attractions scheduled open to the public at 11 a.m. states and 48 foreign countries, mation. In each the parachutistsjump
The Golden Knights, will include performances by glider Both gates to the base-one off before an estimated ninety-. at 13,500 feet and open their
headline an air show and open pilots of the North Florida' Normandy boulevard and the million spectators. chutes at 2,000.
house at the Naval Air 'Station Soaring Society, a fire fighting other of 103rd Street will have The Thunderbird pilots,headedby The Cecil Field program is
Cecil Field near here Sunday, demonstration, and formation two-lane, one-way traffic to and Lieutenant Colonel TOM dedicated to American- POW)
Nov. 5.The fly-bys by front-line military from the air show site, where Swalm,are all Vietnam veterans MIA's.
show will also feature aircraft.An there will be parking space for with a total of 1,651 combat
Cecil-based A7 Corsair II flight assortment of jetpoweredNavy about 20,000 cars. missions. Collectively they have NWCA NewsThe
attack jets in a simulated combat combat planes along with The appearance of the Thun- been decorated with the Silver
maneuver in which fqur planes several propellor-driven aircraft derbirds at Cecil Field is part of a Star Medal, fourteen girls of No. 121 said a
----- program in which the Air Force Distinguished Flying Crosses and welcome home to the two girls
team works some of its shows 98 Air Medals.A who went to Groton,Conn for,the
WINNINGTONIGHT from Navy installations while the ground crew of 89' mpn National Convention from Oct. 8
Navy's Blue Angels perform at supports the fliers. to 14.Mrs.Geri Mitchell,was the
some Air Force locations. The Golden Knights are the delegate and Mrs. Terry Froit-
zheim alternate Delegate. The
JIM OWENS Sez: gals are waiting to hear all the
r..' news about the convention at the

WHAT OTHERS PROMISE, "\ next meeting.
t Oct.24 was our social education
I'IIPUTIN $ $ $ meeting with Mrs. .Marie

DAILY J }r.. Davenport giving us ;,alL hints
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S2DAILY 53 PERFECTA ; about Ceramics. We said hello to j
DOUBLE AMBASSADOR T ADOR'GR EM.ll-JAVELIN'HORNET
6'guests, we do hope they will
1 5t TWO RACES 6th& 12th RACES LAST TWO RACES come back.
Oct. 28 saw the gals and their I
QUINIELA& WIN-PLACE-SHOW WAGERING EVERY RACE V I AMERICAN husbands get together for a

Halloween Husband & Wife 1
rn "Sold With Integrity...Serviced With Sincerity"American Social in their club room.Hostingthe i
i. ;;; Motors 5415 PHILLIPS HIGHWAY PHONE 737.3400
& Mrs.
.\ party were Mrs., : I
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Clell E. Mitchell, Jr. The oc-
casion was two fold 1st a
covered dish social and secondlya
SORRy. time to give the gals who
... worked hard the last few monthsin
volunteer services for their
ORANGPARKI BUT WE'RE TEMPORARILY... hard earned pins. Those getting

pins were Mrs.Judy Etzold,Mrs.
Diane Klein and a label pin
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1t ( )J earned by Mrs. Geri Mitchell for
/ her husband Clell.:Good food and

lots of games made everyone

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CLUBHOUSE ADMISSION : $1.50 i

Includes comfortable table seating for the nightl! .. Values!

DINNER served 6:30-10 WHOLESALE
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delicious meals from $2.95 and you'll ,........HOWEVER are planning more OPEN
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I r'uLtj1 ; ;SPORT BRIEFSATHLETIC ;;' ;;1 Narjax Upends Public Works 16-6 m


Jax Action was light in the

\ I Intramural Football Leagues last
week with only three games
ADVISORY tramural Basketball season that being played, all of which oc
COMMITTEE MEETINGJax begins in two weeks should cured in the National League.

The next Athletic Ad- contact the athletic office as soon NarJax and Public Works
visory Committee meeting will as possible as clinics for officials started things off last week in a
be held on Wednesday are now underway. Personnel battle for the top spot that saw h
November 8 at 10:30 a.m. in who need a little extra money and NarJax replace Public Works in x
Room 236 of Hangar 1000. It is Who enjoy basketball can also be that position with a 16-6 win.
important that all units and used as Timers and NarJax held an 8-6 lead at the
commands in the NAS Composite Scorekeepers.JAX half then held Public Works
Recreation Fund have a NAVY SWIM TEAM scoreless in the second half while

representative at this meeting. Jax The Jax Navy Swim they were scoring one more
Many units and commands have Team will hold the first of its four touchdown. Braswell and Lyles
not been represented at previous Winter Development Meets scored NarJax's touchdowns and
meetings and are thereby Saturday Flair added the extra points.
November 11 at 9 a.m. ..
missing out on taking part in in the NAS Indoor Pool. The Collins provided Public Works .: :\ .>> :....,
...
,
important decisions that affect public is invited free of charge to with their only score. .k-, .; ., _. .Z ...
Hospital and MARTD hookedup !I'
the NAS sports program that they view teams from northeast ;; .,
in .:: ......;.. _ltI.:
a battle that ended in 4l'.d
may be involved in. Florida and south Georgia as overtime with Hospital comingout "1Jt., .; '. #- .
they compete in 32 events.
ahead 17-16. Hospital held a FOLLOW THE LEADER The NarJax quarterback attempts to
JAX NAVY VOLLEYBALLJax POWER BOAT CLUB 16-8 lead at.the half but MARTD avoid the onrushing Public Works defenders in action that occured in

-The play of Bill Aaron of Jax The Navy Jax Power took over in the second half and the National League last week. The quarterback was successful in
NATTC "A" School and Willy Boat tied the game up at 16-16 at the most of these encounters he had with the defenders as his team took
Club will hold.its
Brandt and Rick Erdman of monthly end of regulation play. Hospital over first place with a 16-* win.
meeting
on
Tuesday November
NarJax enabled the Jax Navy 7 then came back in the overtime
Volleyball team to bring home a at 8 the p.m.at the NAS Marina.Alsoon period to penetrate the deepestand Michaels and O'Dell took care of NDRC's only touchdown in the

first place trophy last week in the Club agenda for the Power Boat escape with a win. Longest the point after attempts.The second half.FAW11 .
is a Nautical Meet that
B-Division of the Jacksonville Swap scored a TD, Baker scored a TD only other game played
YMCA Invitational Tournament.The they will co-sponsor with the Sail and a point after attempt and last week saw MATSG down was scheduled to play
Jax team won with a 12-2 Club. A date has not been set yet Cather also added a point after NCRC 16-6 to keep their hopes for Weapons last week but they
win-loss record with Lake Como but plan on bringing anything you attempt for the eventual winners. the title alive. Hunt led his team failed to show up for their game
coming in second and Winter might want to sell or swap for Cameron and Phillips took care with eight points, Payne had six and Weapons picked up a win by
Park third. something someone else might of MARTD's touchdowns while and Masi two. Askew scored means of a forfeit.
have.

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BASKETBALL OFFICIALS
LADIES GOLF RESULTSJax

NEEDEDJax The NAS Ladies Golf .s sco
All personnel interestedin
Association held a tournamentlast li'eC.erlol! ; .'.ndln.8Ou1..rd
officiating during the In-
week with Betty Kelczewski Cedar Hill/ Shopping Center
House of Quality Foods
winning the Silver Cup. Flight Phone 771-9223

winners, runner-ups and winners SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night is
FRIENDLY, RELAXED& on putts for' the tournamentwere
QUIET ATMOSPHERE : 1st Flight Lassie FAMILY NIGHT

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SHOPPING CHURCHES ARES AND McAleer.Kelczewski,Dede Grow and Berv CHOPPED STEAK

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Take 103rd to FirestoneRd. Navy-Marine I LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PAABe DINNER 4 PM til 8 PM
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t, VA-174 Downs VP-45, 64-20,



cof t,, For Fourth ComFairJax TitleJax


VA-174 football team attempts.
won it's fourth straight Com Jenkins and Parmley were the
Fairfax Football crown last only ones to penetrate the VA-174
week with a 64-20 victory over defense for VP-45 as Jenkins
o VP-45 in a replay of last year's picked up 14 of his team's points
final game that saw VA-174 down and Parmley the other six.

.. VP-45, 520.VA174 VA-174 was virtually un
jumped out to a quick stoppable during the Com
38-14 lead in the first half on the FairJax Tournament as they
accuracy of Don Jackson's downed VW-4 55-3 and VA-45
passes to his fleet-footed 64-0 before meeting VP-45 for an
receivers. VP-45 failed to come average of .61 points per game.
up with the answer to stopping VP-45 reached the finals as a
m them at halftime and VA-174 result of a 20.13 win over VW-4, a i" &
continued to roll up the score in 36-0 win over VA-45 and a 12-6 loss '
the second half to VA-45. '
Even though VP-45 lost in the
Don Jackson's main target was finals, they will be :the Com '9
Larry Jackson as the two com FairJax
representatives at the \
bined for four touchdowns and a
P CinCLantFlt Tournament to be
.
two-pointer.When Larry Jackson held at NS Norfolk next week .. :
wasn't scoring Walker and High J
because several of the VA-174 '
to. took up the slack as they scored will be
players representing Cecil
FOURTH TROPHY-Cdr.John F. Finn of Com Fair Jax was on hand two touchdowns apiece. Ennis INTERCEPTION Kranz of
Field
at the
6ND
Tournament in
last week to congratulate Don Jackson and present him with the scored the other touchdown of the VA-174 leaps up to take the ball
this
Memphis week and will not
Com Fair Jax Football Championship trophy that his VA-174 team won game and Lipke, Don Jackson be back In time for the Cin- out of the outstretched arms of a
with a 44-20 victory over VP-45. and Kranz scored point after CLantFlt VP-45 receiver In the finals of the
tournament.
ComFairJax Tournament last
L week. When Kranz returned to
Without AdvertisingYou earth he carried the ball'80 yards
for a touchdown only to have it
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