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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: January 11, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 30 NO. 41 Published_ In' The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air' Station, Jacksonville, Florida JANUARY 11, 1973



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Because "some have not abided by the rules," L-

RAdm Lawrence R. Geis, ComFairJax, has ordered a
crackdown on grooming, uniform neatness and military
courtesy

Noting that most of the station personnel have stayed ,
within the relaxed guidelines initiated by Chief of Naval R f

Operations Elmo R. Zumwalt, RAdm. Geis said,
however, that a minority have not conformed and "their $ a
unsightly appearance has hurt the overall Navy image. t

"This observation I find true not only aboard stations, ; 44 ? r

.but also when personnel depart the station in civilian
''clothes, said RAdm. Geis. "There are too many

personnel going around, our bases looking shabby and

going on liberty wearing all kinds of military uniform ,
civilian clothes combinations plus having hair, ,beards
,(and) sideburns that :do not meet the neatly trimmed
appearance standards' required by Naval'regulations."In -
HAPPY ENDING-EM1 Lamar McMullon, assistant chairman for the Christmas party for
addition I find a rising trend the. of
on part our
Jacksonville underprivileged_children presents one of the many gifts provided by donations from
Navy people to be ,lax in the requirement for proper NAS Jax'perse nel..The party marked the end eta, month-Jong prefect( '.that showed tfw spirit. of '
military courtesies. Here I am'talking about giving and Christmas was_.atlv* and welt'at NAS Jax. ,,..
receiving salutes and extending proper deference to ;' ;>

seniors up.and down the .ft'RAOOl. New 'Mad Fox'
SkipP
Geis called upon every officer,and every petty : .
:officer to"make.a greater effort to lead by example and

,to require: full' adherence to established gr90m g-
1'.:c :appearance'standards."Jtcan.be ., ro. ',Score' A. Navy First-J.: ;

: doae:by;every'one:of.us' firmly; resolving I y yCdrsFrank yr 't f" ..' ... +
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.that he himself will look shipshape at all times,'.wear the Jax;-' Woodlief will becoroejhjb! first, Naval Flight'Officer in the ; ;" : 1

right: fornismar: !ly and.with. pride. and require.. .that. history.of:Naval l;Aviation to:assume command:of.an aviation patrol, squadron. ;.'. ':\.-fA.fr; ; I'
every sailor do the. same."'' .. when he:rellevesCdr.; Harry A. Hoover tomorrow its VP''-5's"r PF, X". :.', : :. t;: t

For a Naval Flight Officer Nevertheless, despite the critical being selected for'command, his',
command of the, top Atlantic nature of their positions and their tour TACRON 13 was cut short '
NAP Era To EndJax
Fleet patrol squadron, that numbers these officers were not and he returned to the East Coast ''I
currently holds the COM eligible for command.In for refresher training in the
The Pilot NAVAIRLANT Battle Readiness"E" 1965 an.effort was made to tactical employment of the P-3 3
of Aviation
era the Naval (NAP) will '
award,it is a gaint step from bring appropriate recognition to aircraft.He .
come to and end Feb. 1 when the last four Marine the opportunity available to ,the this community when they were
enlisted pilots on active duty 'retire. Naval Aircraft Observer of 1958. redesignated Naval Flight Of- reported here to assume the
Although there were enlisted during World War II. F/om 1942 i A new breed of aviation officer, ficers (NFO). However, it was duties of VP-5's Executive Officer
pilots) during World War I, the through 1945 more than 500 the Naval Aircraft Observe not until early 1970 that, by an act in January 1972.
term NAP wasn't officially used enlisted Marines were designatedNAPs. (NAO) came into existence at of Congress, the NFO was Cdr. ,Woodlief's unique'com-
until 1919. .Many NAPs later received that time in response to the privileged to command an mand begins at a very busy time
Over the years, they have been commissions and also flew as demands of more advanced ( aviation squadron. for the squadron. The "Mad '
called ''Flying Peons, Enlisted officers. aircraft and increasingly com When tills act became public Foxes" are not only making l
Pilotsand Flying Sergeants. The plex missions.As law, Cdr, Woodlief was deployedto plans for deployment to Naval
NAPs themselves adopted the "The contributions and exploitsof the Navy modernized, the Vietnam as the ''Executive Station, Rota, Spain and Lajes a J
Flying Peon name and a patch the NAPs are a legend." Gen. "NAO" community grew. Officer of TACRON 13. After Air Force Base,.Azores in March, I
that depicts wings through an R. E. Cushman, Commandant of but are also preparing to par-
enlisted chevron. the Marine Corps,said in a recent Finish Is A StartJaxWhen ticipate next month in a fleet-
The program reached its peak message., wide exercise.

readiness
1 r Pre-deployment
i M'YE' .'."_ 1- the helicopter piloted by Chief Aviation exercises are also on the agendafor
Pilot Ira L. Shellhart settled down by the CPO club. Jan February and the squadron is
1, it marked both_an end and a beginning. scheduled to switch to the
computerized"Charlie"model of
For Chief Shellhart, it was the flown everything from the P-3C "Orion" aircraft after
last flight he would make as a helicopters to jets. He was still returning from deployment.Cdrs. .
,Navy pilot..The 31,year veteranwas flying regularly up until last Hoover and Woodlief will-
retiring. And with his year. read their orders following an i1
retirement, the Navy lost its last For the six years before address by guest speaker, RAdm. \
enlisted pilot on the East coast. coming to Jacksonville, Chief Mayo A, Hadden, Jr., Com-
But at a young 51 years of age, Shellhart was the admiral's mander, Fleet Air Wings,
J Chief Shellhart isn't ready for the personal pilot at Roosevelt Roads Atlantic Fleet. ._
mothball fleet and, after a short Naval Station in San Juan, Among those attending the
period of relaxation, he's going Puerto Rico. change of command ceremonywill
back to school in anticipation of When he came to JacksonvilleNAS be RAdm.Lawrence R. Gels,
starting a second careerthistime he become training officerof I COMFAIRJAX:: Florida State
as a carpenter Air Operations Department. :Senator Lewis B. Bradley; Capt.
Chief Shellhart entered into the A native of North Dakota,Chief 'William J. Vaught, COMFAW-11;
'JI Enlisted Pilot Program in 1946 Shellhart and his wife live in ,and Walter W. Honcur, head of
LEARNINoTHE'ROPES-M1ss: Louise Diver, Field Representativefor
after serving in World'War II Jacksonville and plan on .Jacksonville's Environmental
taeliefspeIks to Navy wives about services available to them
Navy { Since earning his wings, he has remaining in Florida. I Control Agency.. ,
at Navy Relief's annual training course. .. .. I.
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I of the Department JJF ..of f t the Navy""' .nor do the advertisements,i 'r.constitute Department. of the,Navy endorsement" ,of products.* or services'advertised.l u,;' ry :. 1 '
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BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Chilled Tomato Juice Fried Eggs to
FridayJan.12BREAKFAST Macaroni w.Cheese and Tomato, Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggsto Order, Home Fried Potatoes, Soft or
: Hominy Grits, Boiled Pinto Beans, Buttered Brussel Order, Scrambled Eggs w.Cheese, Hard Boiled Eggs, Choice of Bacon or $ rnW
Chilled Plums, Fried Eggs to Order, Sprouts, Salad Bar, Strawberry Short Choice of Luncheon Meat or Pork Ham, Creamed Dried Beef, Pastry =
Grilled French Toast w.Maple Syrup, Cake, Peanut Butter Cookies. Sausage, Baked Pork & Beans, Pastry Bar. NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Choice Ham or Bacon, Home Fried SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham. Bar. DINNER: Cream of Tomato Soup, =
Potatoes, Creamed Dried Beef, burgers or Cheeseburgers, French BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Split Pea Soup, Southern Fried Chicken, Snowflaked
Chilled Apple Juice, Pastry Bar. Fried Potatoes, Sliced Tomatoes, Hot Roast Pork. Sandwiches, French Potatoes, Hot Biscuits w.Honey, Sunday
DINNER: Oyster Stew, Deep Fat Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles, Fried Potatoes, Brown Gravy, Chilled Cranberry Sauce, Gravy, seasoned
Fried Fish or Baked Meat Loaf, Mustard, Catsup, Salad Dressing, Apple Sauce,Salad Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Green Beans, Salad Bar, Boston Divine Worship 8:30 a.m.
Tartar Sauce. Brown Gravy, Baked Dessert Bar. Raspberry Jello. Cream Pie, Oatmeal Cookies. at All ,Saints Chapel.
SUPPER: Barbecued Chicken, Church School 9:30 a.m.
Barbecue Sauce, Mashed Potatoes, SANDWICH LINE: Chill Dogs, Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Carrots, Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped All Saints Chapel.
.J, X: A I l\T WS.: Southern Style Greens, Salad Bar, Onions, Dessert Bar. Junior Youth Fellowship
___ ___ Yellow Cake, Pumpkin Pie. SUPPER: Spaghetti w-ltalian Meat 12:30 p.m. Senior Youth
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The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper BREAKFAST: Hot Oatmeal, Fried Bread, Parmesan Cheese, Broccoli Evening Worship 7.30
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot Cakes w. Vanilla Spears, Salad Bar, Oatmeal Cookies, p.m. at the Small Chapel.
Maple Syrup, Choice of Bacon or PUdding. ;
Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a
Ham, Cottage Fried potatoes, Chilled Wednesday, Jan. 17 Tuesday
privatefirm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Tomato Juice, Pastry Bar.' BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Fried Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 :
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Cream of Eggs to Order Minced Beef on Toast, p,",. at Bldg. 750 and !
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monddy b.eJore'publication.. Potato Soup, Grilled Hamburgers Hashed Brown Potatoes, Choice of Christian Science Service 8
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Beans, Salad Bar, Boston Cream Pie, Pineapple Juice, Pastry Bar. HOSPITAL
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SUPPER: Roast Fresh Ham, Brown Brown Gravy
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Whipped Potatoes, Apple Potatoes, Ap.
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to Sauce, Boiled Navy Beans, Buttered plesauce, Seasoned Green Beans, NATICProtestanf
race, creed, color, national' origin or sex oj the purchaser, Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Oat. Buttered Corn on the Cob, Salad Bar Worship ;
< meal Cookies Boston Cream Pie. Pumpkin Pie, Yellow Cake 10:30 a.m. In I
user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Service,
will result in the MondayJan.1S SANDWICH LINE Shipwrecks Building 500. j
policy of equal opportunities! by an advertiser ,
BREAKFAST: Hominy Grits, Fried French Fried Potatoes
F. refusal to print advertfslr: from that source." Eggs to Order, French Toast Maple Tartar Sauce, Relish trey, Salad Bar, CATHOLICSaturday I
Syrup, Choice of Pork Sausage or Dessert Bar.
I I' Advertisements are solicited by ,the publisher and queries Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork & Beans, Thursday.Jan.II Mass 5 p.m. at
concerning such shduld be directed to:- Chilled Orange Juice, Pastry Bar. SUPPERi Roast Chicken, Bread St. Edward's Chapel.
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I Beef Natural Gravy, Seasoned Lima Beans, Thursday and
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I t'I' 'to' Spinach', Cream Style Corn Salad Chocolate Krlnkles, Creamy Rice Mass 11:30 ..m. at
','u.' Telephone' 388-2755 ,. Bar, Strawberry Cream pie, Easy. Pudding. me Naval Hospital Chapel.

t ,i, J .NO. 441 JANUARY ,11, .- Chocolate SANDWICH cake LiMit: ,Grilled Ham 4 choIce DINNER Steak. Tom.to Riel Soup, Grilled ,Saturday Confessions 4:30:
1iL3O: _. .,... 12J| Cheese Sandwiches. potato Chip Club French Fried Potatoes.' to S p.m.
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Wives ,


Information


SchoolJaxThe POW's. and MIA's Need YOUR Help' '


1 Jax Navy Don't Let Them Be Forgotten ,

Wives Service Information

School will convene at 8:30:

a.m. Jan. 15 in the Small
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Chapel. The school is two l'

days, Monday and

Tuesday. ,

Topics include
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Household Goods, Moves, ;:

Special Services, Navy ,I ..:..

Exchange, Commissary '\

Store, Naval Hospital and ,
others of benefit to the STATEMENTOF

Navyman and his : i

dependents.NAS .
and Tenant

Command personnel are
; encouraged to attend and CONDITION

departments are

requested to extend liberty

.. to those personnel attending

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Child care is free to .
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; those attending the schoolat Comparative Statement of Condition -

the Station For .
Nursery. : '
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Enlisted Association will Member of the Atlantic BaneorporaUon In Florida

meet Wednesday, Jan. 17, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Cash on hand and due from banks $2,363,564.37 $2,639,162.57

at 7:30: p.m. in Bldg. 593. ,s Investment securities:
All U.S. securities 3,197,545.64 3,201,006.83 .
members are. encouraged OFFICERS Treasury .
"I'' to attend. B.'J. WAtKDt y ., Obligations of States and political r" "
Chairman of the Board subdivisionsFederalagenclesandothersecurities .:3,933,666.97 2461261.67
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,K t ; .- G. R Poura JL :. ___,: .?,'-h.06,273.97.. 2,611,844.19'
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h't ... ... .4'. Vice-president.'..... ..? ,. .: Loans and discounts 15,345,988.10.. 12,257:581.66.rr .. : t
'! ,.,:. A.':"jBAKtac&xi':" :,".' 1'1"1"'.... ;'. :" 'I+ti!"- ,_FederalfiJnds'sold'and'securities;..,.' **:i':;, *T*-"";; T r f
'. Vice.Pre.ident. ,.' ." purchased under agreement' to resell t \ ,..wrJ.ftr.: 1000000.00 800,000.00 .
ROBERT I* LEHTZ :.. Bank premises,furniture 8.fixtures(net) .- ;: 600,555.49 586,599.02 :
Cashier : ,', 8,000.00 14,182.75
? Other real estate
t ALLEH a..NouN Incomeearnedbutnotcollected "f 201,290.49 170,846.48
Assistant Vice-President '", .t.;;
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Assistant Cashier ...;.fc f and acceptances 141,187.50 0
DAVID C.Moon _. Other assets 61,948.69 29,785.21

Assistant Cashier .;1-K' -' TOTALRESOURCESLIABILITIES. $29,360,021.22 $24,772,270.38
MARGARET M. Ru&so :
Assistant Cashier ." "''*"" ". ', ,
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ORLAN S.MILLER "/ .(, ,'.. .... '.
i'ry Assistant Cashier _. >1 '/}< .s 9
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., 10,296,7..0.42
,. Demand deposits :1))t. 'N :"',"' 1. 't 11,691,716.65
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Time deposits u. .j: 14,393,157.02 12,128,555
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FLORA II WITHORN '. : Total Deposits 26,084,873.67 22.25,296.27o v
Assistant Cashier Federal funds purchased and securities
S sold under agreement to repurchase 01U77.24
DIRECTORSLORMZR ,
Mortgages payable 11,036.58
R BLITCR "1,"
Retired,Winn-I>txi.Stores,Inc. -,:.. Income collected but not earned ... ,1.125.175.33.' 630,178
JAMES A. CRANTORO Letters of credit and acceptances 141,187.50 0
Jacksonville Florida Other liabilities .. 212,655.81 176199.42

RALPH W. Hon( Total Liabilities -.' .. .,." 27574928.89 23,243X550.94
Vw-Pr.rident.K n/t/ High FWeltty Center,Inc.NAinnr .-: .11 '.,."J;' 'P'1 1"j'
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President Harry E.James Inc Reserve for Losses on Loans j; 233948.26 180,727.60
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marchof President,Wttttidt Atlantic Bank '?. EQUITY CAPITAL ..... 1
Jom H. Rornis -
President Ropers Miller Co. Common stock $10 par value authorized
1 Dimes CtoitcB Z. UTSET, Ja. and outstanding: 40,000 shares 400000.00 400000.00 ,
S President Uh'II',Inc. '" ,.... Surplus : .;;',1Eas; ':1,000,000.00 800,000.00
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1 1 of Jacksonville Reserve for contingencies! :. 0 ; 0

Total. Equity Capital \ .. 1,551,144.07 1,348,491.84
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December 1972 for an additional THREE years. Upon reenlistment, "

.. MM1 Wright completed 15 years of active duty. Congratulating him is 1 r*r ,,
CDR J. M. Gilmore, Commanding Officer of Attack Squadron Forty-
:: :>. Five. The man In the "Hot Seat" Is AQ2 J.C. Hughes, reenlisting for SIX I;
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''I" 264-8102 f '" AMHAN Michael P. Pen _

: nlngton recently earned the
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DIRECTIONS: Between Standing the grade of Aviation Structual
Blvd & Orange Park. Minutes
. S away via new 1295. Mechanic Third Class The
promotion was the result of his
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= dedicated, conscientious ,
professional performance and
demonstrated knowledge in his
field. ,


AMEC John T. Maxwell of

Orange Park, Florida,celebratedhis
ninth year In the Navy by

LOWESY reenlisting for TWO more years.
Chief Petty Officer Maxwell was

r sworn In by LCDR H. T.
Williams, Administrative Officer

.,, Attack Squadron Eighty-
PRICES One, In a ceremony held aboard

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Dream : ..{"'.,'it),',':"...'\";c:'.,,. -j jr Traffic Violationsr. Ii IiJax I"



; -The following is a report Other Violations 14 !
Sheet \ rf motor vehicle accidents and
;'{ traffic violations for the period of Fifteen drivers appeared i t! i
Jax-Want to tell your detaller ; ; Dec. 25-31. before the Traffic Hearing Board J|,j

about your preference for your Number of Accidents on Jan 4. Disposition of the cases f: ,;
next duty assignment? a This period 6 includes the following: ;"

Use the new Enlisted Duty irE1}.: "'. This period a year ago 4 t '
Preferences form (NAVPERS $ 1f1tk ;; : One lost driving and parking :
r 9 \. : Total accidents this year 418
y5 ,.. ,
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1306-63)). This new "Dream 'f .,. Total accidents through this privileges aboard the station; u
Sheet" gives you the ability to > fT' ; period last year 358 five were assigned complete an !ITV
describe choice of eight-hour course in remedial I a
your duty ;. '' Total number of days since last
better than ever! : ""I.1"j. injury in a motor vehicle driving; eight received ,
suspensions six were given ;
Plan on submitting your ( accident 12 ;
preferences 10 months prior to Number of days since an injury warnings; none were dismissed; I '
your PRD or EAOS tk t nine were fined (U.S. .
so your last year at this time 191 '
detailer will have recent input Number of Violations Magistrate); and nine were
from referred to commanding officers ,
you. This period 18
for possible disciplinary action, ,
The time it takes to completeand J Speeding 4 x

code the form is worthwhile Reckless driving 0 Twelve drivers were assessed

since it provides you an opportunity Going through stop sign 0 38 traffic points. .
to express preferences,
intentions and other information f.

which is important to you..

The initial distribution of the SEE THE NEW ..
NEW YEARS PRESENT-LT(|/g)Tim Creath receives a new Mt of
new form is already available at
silver bars from his wife,.Myra, after being promoted to his present TODAY
J 6
all ships and stations. See your rank by Cdr. VJ. Schuppert, VW-4 Commanding Officer. ROLLING HILLS C- ,
Personnel Office or Career .
,Counselor to get the form, and for Jax Reserve Center <
.t information on how to use the
,; Enlisted Transfer Manual to code
:: your choices. Named Tops In 6NDJax '

M Your choices'will be stored in
; 11it\
The Jacksonville Navy and Marine Corps
Y an automated file for rapid access A-- "
I: by your detailer, so it is Reserve Center has been named "Best Large Reserve

;; important that you code your Center" in the Sixth Naval District for 1972. mean

.1 preferences properly. After all, The selection was announcedby general administration, internal
:' no one else knows your desires as RAdm. H.J. Kossler, District communications, competitive

well as you do. Commandant in Charleston, S.C. standings and overall public /< N4 Y
", The chain of events is: The Jacksonville Reserve relations,program.
a. Commands receive reportsof Center was selected on the basisof Reserve activities in 12 other

individuals whose. duty results of the annual inspectionof southern cities,, were in com
preferences are desired by the Center and individual petition for the honor. 7724 LENOXAVE.

CHNAVPERS, Reserve Units attached to the The Center, located at 1453 PHONE 781-1740

b. Individual codes and sub Center, the local recruiting ,Morse Street, is comprised of 11 .

mits duty preferences., program, support provided different Naval Reserve: Units .h.'r-Ei: rAno
c. Preferences are entered into drilling units, by the Center, with approximately 700 personnelfrom 4i"_

each individual's record., ....... Jacksonville area. K 01 l1 111 j j7)J
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of reports which' show' the .. : a ., / 1
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received by CHNAVPERS., ...... HONDA iiiJAXd: IS
For own benefit you
your '
MODEL C-U ; f :
should submit any.revisions when I' ,E IRS 112 'I

your preferences change and ? You'll love the gracious front 1" GARAGE 'j ;
=
when significant changes (suchas ..::.,::.:.:::..) HONDA OF porch, spacious entrance foyer 2 ,:t
marriage) occur in your :: and the huge family room In this I ,

personal data. j..t.. IIIimilllimimimilllllllllllllUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIttHIHHHI kss o.., model. The dining urea and )
(
;; 6425 NORWOOD AVE PHONE 764-2419 : living room overlook the patio. '
ftj and the rear garden through $25.500 to I ,
ExpectingA
1U #Ity sliding glass doors. Two car J

SOT i :.{:. ;; ; 1;;;;;;;;;;;;; ;;;;; ;;;1 i; 1 i-.;t t 1i )}:im garage, tool $32,000 f";
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available at the Naval Hospitalfor .
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certain dependents residing in HOUSE OF QUAU HY SE RV C E'foydfa UiO lie EXIT. f i
Southside Jacksonville. _
CASSATAVENUE ::: :: ,
Previously, Nonavailability : ), ILENOX
Sales ASfrvr <:e
Statements, (to obtain care in ,
-
civilian hospitals) had been 1 ; ,

issued, as required for wives 973 COROLLA 34Ry.iI: .
residing with their active-duty

sponsors, to obtain maternitycare ,
in civilian hospitals.A 1990StcJ. ::) N iI;ti ::::
of Defense :. a :
Department :: CECIL TO :? \
103rd ST. HAS
JEcjuipmerVJ : FIELD BEACHES :::: t a
ruling says that dependents :. JAX : .
includes: ::: :;; MAYPORT :5
residing with their active-duty n

sponsors uniformed more service than 30 hospital miles froma do : iFrfyvt BMite*disc-. ; -: l:::::;::::::::: : :::::::::::::::::::x:::::::: :.::::::::::.:.:::;:::::::;; ;;::::::::::::::::::::::::::: !;

not need a Nonavailability / Whef covers iJ

Statement to obtain care in a Nyldn carpets VAandFHA FINANCING \
VVWtt waHlire
civilian hospital. PHONE 389 4561 3&4 BEDROOM HOMES 1..1

In Jacksonville, the area Delivered in Jax. on approved credit including tag sales tax, $25,500 to $. considered reasonable has been dealer prep, transport and title fees; Doc stamps $SJ.OO total .ti
note S1VI3.40; payment 3 xS55.10; 1454.33 cash or*trade down .
that west of the St. John's River' APR 10.20 percent Includes sales taxi tag and recording fees Salesman Duty lOam) to 6pm Daily
east of Route 301, south of the on approval.41TOYOTACOROLLA.
Trout River, and north of Green

Cove Springs.

d' SPECIALS| CK Up rolling 'hiIls
g of the week
However, due to the accessibility woS'9 $ '3

of the Naval Hospitalvia ::;:fta%::ft%%% 93 4_ .
the Buckman Bridge; ; f>L. h 'I? n.4n.':: -y

Nonavailability Statements will 72 FORD LTD SQUIRE lOpas,Loaded throe$3415
no longer be issued for maternitycare 71 TORINO WAGON 8cylATPSAC fins
of dependents residing in the 71 DATSUN WAGON 4spdR8HLk! New 3115 BELLAIR HOME BUILDERSMEMBER
area east of the St. John's River, 71 GRIMLIN 6cyl,3spd.R&H 31515
71 TOYOTA 4spdR&H 51415
west of Southside Boulevard, 71 TOYOTA AT.R&M fists OF NATIONAL HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION ,, ...
south of Arlington Expressway, TOYQ (ul a J e lwh dr $3113 JACKSONVILLE HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION! j' a
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; Vets' DependentsEligible ,1 a'" EaglesComplete



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Veterans' wives, widows and children who are UNITASJax

; : eligible for VA educational assistance may now take on-

I 1" the-job training or apprenticeships in lieu of going to c

I college, according to a VA spokesman. I -VP-16 has completed the

A law approved by the For each additional dependent in UNITAS XIII exercise in South
I President in October increased excess, a veteran receives an America.
allowances for this type of additional $8. UNIT AS is a yearly exercise
training by nearly 48 percent and The new public law broadened the types of training changed the rules on nations to improve their antisubmarine .
available under the Dependents' correspondence training to open warfare capability
Educational Assistance this form of training to eligible VP-16 has been chosen to

.. I Program, VA pointed out. wives and children, and to participate in these exercises two
I. In addition to training wages provide greater protection for of the last three years.
: I paid by employers, VA now pays trainees. The law also permits Two flight crews and main.
r I trainees a starting stipend of$160 greater flexibility in classroomfor tenance personnel left ,here for
I : per month.The old rate was$108. veterans in full-time farm : P".JI South America in late July with
?:, During October, 102,000 cooperative training. LCdr.D.W.Medara as officer-in. '

,t., : veterans were taking on-the-job Some of the required 440 annual charge while the rest of the
!,'l: and apprenticeship training, butt classroom hours may be "Eagles"prepared for a 5-month'
,i', trainees under the Dependents' rescheduled provided enrollees deployment to Bermuda.
i':1' Education Program were limited spend at least 80 hours in I RELIEVE YOU, SIR-Cdr. Walter N. Vance, III (Right) assumes They started in Maiguetia,
i;,1 J institutional training programs classrooom study in any three command of RTU-203 from Cdr. Raymond M. Currie while NARU'sCO Venezuela and continued down
"t' before the October law. month period.VA Capt. C.D. Gilpin looks on in background. the east coast through the citiesof
, I] For job-training veterans, the Recife, Salvadore, Rio de
'-,., starting allowance is $160 per education benefits, including Janeiro and Porto Alegre in
I .,,* month if Jie has no dependents. apprenticeship and other Cdr. Walter Vance Brazil, and Bahia Blanca and
..' For those wIth dependent,the on-the-job training, are available Buenas Aires in Argentina.In .
: allowance,was raised from $120,, to those who served at least 180 October the two original
to $179 monthly; with two days, any part of it after Jan. 31, flight crews rejoined the
dependents, from: $133 to $196. 1955. New RTU-203 CO squadron on deployment in
Bermuda and were replaced by
two other flight crews in Buenas
i. TWIN THEATRES Aires. The replacement
Cdr. Walter N. Vance III relieved Cdr. crews
Jax ,
continued up the west coast of
"a Raymond M. Currie as commanding officer of Reserve South America visiting Santiago,
NORMANDY
t BLUE Replacement Training Unit (RTU 203 at ceremoniesheld Chile;Lima,Peru; Panama City,

139 Normandy 711-2331 Normandy MailS BUd THEATRE: e Sunday at Hangar 115. Panama Colombia.; and Cartagena

Cdr. Vance, who lives here in NAS Atlanta and assume com

Jacksonville,is no stranger to the mand of RTU-205. LCdr* R. F. Testa was OiC
VA-203, RTU-203 organization, during the final phase of the
What ,; having served as instrument A fly-over had originally been exercise.
did happen f flight instructor for both units planned for the change of com Anti-submarine warfare
mand but due to inclement '
to assuming command of ceremony
i prior
training operations were con-
on the weather a simple exchange -
the RTU. ducted with air and fleet units of
Cahulawasseel ; of command was held on
the host nations. United States
He has also served as the the hangar deck with all of the
in the
commanding officer of VA-203 reservists from the replacementunit fleet units taking part

l Deli.eancl; ; from July. of 1970 until last in attendence. exercises surface included ships, as submarineand well as VP-
January.Cdr.
16 flying, the Lockheed P-3A
Capt.C.D. Gilpin, (NARU CO), "Orion" aircraft.
Currie was forced to give and Cdr. J.D. Maloney, NARU
A JOHN tOOAMAM F .M
,Starring. JON VQlGHf BURT REYNOlDS PANAVlSlON J up command of the squadron due Executive Officer also attended.
J 1 TECHNICOLOR..From warner BfOS A Warner Comfn rxatiOOS Company to a relocation in his civilian job.A RTU-203 trains and maintains a
resident of Decatur,, Ga., he pool of enlisted men and pilots for Join the Payroll
\ will affiliate with the Reserves at eventual use in VA-203.
Savings Plan.2J.
NORMANDY STARTS
II s. FRIDAY Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-10 p.m.
I
Normandy MoM THEATRE JAN.12th
DELIVERY
$139 Normond Blvd Q PICK-UP &

6; THEBIZZflREThe |JRATE .X Q ROAD SERVICE
Q MECHANIC I ON DUTY
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Unusual Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS

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Undercover ogenls, Entertainment Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.
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"'lull,Gots,and Restaurant, 250 Lounge A Dine at Biter's Seafood ., Turn South 2 Blocks
Beautiful
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Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking. Past Forrest High School:
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STATE FARM MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE e Closed : >
Home Office: Bloomington, Illinois/ :: 3619 Blanding i.

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A.R.. Kobler ;
Center for :: "
B Challanger Motor Homes 5 (USN, Ret)
SPECIAL DISCOUNTTo 5
Servicemen*Civil = Clear
Service employees I PICK UP
Sales Service Repairs =_ Large Selection of / ;:
1431 CASSAT AVE. PHONE 314-3407 1040

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NEED YOUR CAR INSPECTED? I CHICKEN (
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French Fries Slaw

RED GREENE'SGARAGE i SHRIMP French Fries, Slaw, _

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4 Miles South of NAS-HIGHWAY 17-Orange Park =_ Mtchelob ,
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r CHAMP US
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: Register Today


For FJC CoursesJax M PolicyOutlined


.
Registration for on-board Art-Oil Painting: Tuesday and -tF
Florida Junior College non-credit Wednesday from 64 at the NAS
k ,, courses will be held today from 10 Jax Hobby Shop. Jax Retirees and dependentsof
, a.m. to 2 p.m.in the Educational retired and deceased
' Services Offices, Bldg.. 200. Typing I: Monday, Wednesdayand Uniformed Service members who
g All military personnel and their Thursday from 4-5:30 p.m. at have other insurance provided
dependents are eligible for the Bldg. 200, ESQ.Speedreading. through law or employment are
t' r courses. Following is a scheduleof : Monday from 7- generally required to utilize the
the courses to be offered 10 p.m. at Hangar 1000, Rm. 234. proceeds of such insurance
beginning the week of Jan. 15: before CHAMPUS can make any
Class limit
: ; Woodshop ( 15
Automotive Mechanics payments.
, :
Students : Tuesday from 6-9
Wednesday and from p.m. However, when their
Thursday f 6- other
at the NAS Jax Hobby Shop.
9 p.m. at Hogan and State Sts. insurance has paid some or all of
Auto Body: Wednesday and The courses will cost $2.00 the CHAMPUS beneficiary's
Thursday from 6-9 p.m. at Hogan each, except Auto Mechanics cost-share responsibilities duringan
and State Sts. which has an additional $3.00 fee. NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL-AMCS Curtis D. Mathews is "episode of care," as well as
congratulated by LCdr. A.H. Hilliard, NAESU DET JAX Offlcer-ln- some or all of the charges which
Calif. Offers Loans Charge, after being awarded the Navy Achievement Medal for "his CHAMPUS would have paid,
It exceptional professional ability, leadership, sustained initiative and such amounts are accumulated
;' To State's Veterans tireless dedication". Chief Mathews was recognized for services while as credits to be applied against
future treatment for the same
.
ATKRON 87.Without
'rJ'i attached to
., Jax Are you a native of State of California Department of episode of care.
t)' California or were you a bona fide Veterans Affairs. An episode of care under this
AdvertisingYou policy is defined all both
resident of California when you as care,
f"1 j entered the Navy? For further information, see Wouldn't Know inpatient and outpatient,providedto
If so, you may be eligible for a BUPERS Notice 1760 of Nov. 15, a patient which is related to the
j! home or farm loan through the 1972. same'illness,injury,or diagnosis.To .
illustrate the benefits that
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ma'y accrue to CHAMPUS
..- beneficiaries under this policy,
i officials at CHAMPUS have cited

: THe Kaois Learninc cenrer the"A following retiree example incurs :$20,000 in

medical bills for the same
episode of care. A first-pay in

The Kadis Learning Center is a special kind of r" surance employer plan with provided a $20,000 by his

school with a specialized staff and program. We are maximum benefit t payment

dedicated to the development of the child with provision pays all the bills. He

average or above average intelligence who has then receives $20,000 additionalcare
for the same episode of care
problems in learning. and submits a claim to CHAM-
PUS.A total of$40,000 in medical
) Jf your child is suffering these problems, you- charges thus accumulated."

t and,,he-are not alone. There are many and they are The $20,000 paid by the other
being helped. Why not call us ,for a conference and insurance on behalf of this retireeis
.' accumulated as a credit to
tl preliminary diagnostic test? '" : satisfy his 25 percent cost-

sharing obligations on any future
civilian medical care he receivesfor
.
> .,.,., .. Ii Ojj-,.:.'.'- '...;....".. this same episode of care.
'<'.i: r Since$20,000 is Vi or 25 percentof
PROBLEMS PROGRAMSThe EVALUATIONA $80,000, the retireee. can ac
cumulate total of up'to$80,000 in
Children who evidence an'y'of Kadis Learning Center is comprehensive diagnosticand medical bills for this same
the following symptoms may dedicated to the development of evaluative testing procedureis episode of care.
have a learning problem: the child with average or above- provided each child: With the retiree's 25 percent
"," average intelligence who hasa cost-sharing porton already paid,
learning problem and offers a CHAMPUS would be able to'pay
specialized program with: up to $60,000 without any out of
pocket expense to the retiree.
after that,the retiree would againbe
Overactive S Qualified Staff PsychologicalPersonalityEvaluation responsible for his 25 percentof

Poor Reader ., Individual Instruction ',.. any additional charges.In .
Short Attention Span 1' :- Perceptual Development "' Academic Abilities Battery the above example,

I Daydreams Speech and Hearing Therapy Speech and Hearing therefore, CHAMPUS would pay
,. the full $20,000 in additional
.
Fidgety "r Reading Remediation Evaluation : .
charges and the retiree could
Poor Concentration Summer Classes Vision Analysis
accumulate an additional $40,000in
: Withdrawn 10 Children Per Class Preliminary Interview, and medical bills for this same
Awkward or Clumsy 1 Teacher-1 1 Teacher Aide Program Conference episode of care, all of which
Temper Tantrums' ,All Academic Subjects '- Perceptual Motor Screening would be paid for by,CHAMPUS.
Easily Discouraged Ideal LocationAir Complete Physical
Reverses letters, words Conditioned Classrooms Examination S
Speech/Hearing Difficulties
KingMemorial
Emotional Problems
Frustration

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j ences wherein the specific learning disabilities of with parents Diagnostic test results and specific

I each child are assessed. Recommendations by the recommendations given to each parent. Con-
I professional staff for the remediation of specific ferences are conducted between teachers and -. A special

j learning problems provide the basis for instruction parents to insure a cooperative attitude toward the memorial service in
and therapy. concern of the child. memory of the late Dr.

.II Martin King will be observed -
Jan. 15 at
.Lanww Monday,
c&S 11 a.m. at All Saints

LIMITED ENROLLMENT iffl1lll-.s, APPROVED FACILITY Chapel.
Rev. D.A. Russell,
t :'t brand new building at... Chaplin at Edward Waters

! 217 JOHNSON College, and Rev. F.R.
II PHONE 264-9587 AVENUE Satchel of the Mt. Zion
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after Jan. 15 will be .Sy

processed on a first-come,
first-served basis as funds y R ,lr I
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INTO THE FLEET RESERVE-AMS1 Charles P. Kattau receives apply school Personnel this for quarter attending tuition should !!c.Iic-" .

best wishes from Cdr.James B. Kramer,VP-5d skipper,after entering assistance as soon as :: .
the Fleet Reserve.Kattau and his family plan to live in Titusville, Fla. possible.For I It t\j I
where he is now working for the U.S. Forestry Service. personnel not in-

terested in participating in I

FRA the Tuition Assistance
91 Marks
BirthdayJaxMembers Program, the In ServiceVA RETIRING AFTER 30-Senior Chief Petty Officer Harry C. Howell
and his wife, Elizabeth, are piped over the side at the Commissary <
is available. \
Store as Chief Howell completes a 30-year Naval career.
of members of the Branch II
Branch 91, Fleet Reserve and military officials in
Association will celebratethe the area have been invitedas I

27th Anniversary of the guests.

Establishment of the Donations for at- G7'Tiio
CItjI
Branch: Jan. 20 at 5391 tendance will be $2.50 per [

Collins Road. person and tickets may be
All members and their obtained through Branch

guests have been cordially 91 members, at the Branch

invited to attend the home, or arranged for by ,
I HOLIDAY BONUS BUY! I "
festivities. The celebrationwill calling 264-9166 or 264-2833.
begin with a buffet Branch 91 is the oldest

dinner at 7 p.m. and a and largest Fleet Reserve

dance will follow.Sev.eral Association Branch in
NOW GMPENOIK
charter Northest Florida.IIOWSEISWEICOMIO (

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TIIE 6. 543 1 Wesconnett Blvd. (at corner of Timuquana ) 1.



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Monday,Jan.IS VVednesdayJaD.17
Policies Bean Soup,Brisket of Beef with Tomato Soup, Fried Chicken
Cabbage, Liver with Onions, Braised Short Ribs with Rice',
Pork Cutlets with Apples, 7 oz. Barbeque Pork on Buns, 7 oz.
Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Chopped Sirloin, Fish Calces with
ChangedJax Mashed Potatoes, French Slaw.
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, French
-The use of dungarees as a Baked Egg Plant, Spinach, Fried Potatoes, Rice with Gravy,
Blackeyes. Turnip Greens, Lima Beans,
Tossed Salad, Combination Corn
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Tossed Salad, Combination
Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello,
.-..,- Cottage Cheese, Potato Salad, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
Carrot and Raisin. Cottage Cheese, Health Salad,
: Chocolate Cream Pie, ApplePie Beet and.Onion.

White Cake with Iceing, Sweet Potato Pie, Apple Pie,
Assorted Puddings. Layer Cake, Assorted Pudding
Thursday,Jan 18
Tuesday Jan.16 Vegetable Soup,
fellow Country
Pan of
Roast
Mushroom Soup,
C.R. Steaks with Yellow Rice
Beef with New Potatoes, ChickenAla ,
to pin Macaroni and Meat Sauce, Beef
),. King with Rice, Spaghettiwith and Pork Chop Suey with Rice, 7 I I
Meat Sauce, 7 ox. ChoppecLSirloin
oz. Chopped Sirloin.,
Fish.Mashed Mashed Potatoes, French i i!
Potatoes, French Fried Potatoes, Rice and
Fried Potatoes\ Rice with Gravy, Mixed Gravy,
Vegetables Pinto
Beans, 1
Broccoli Spears, Great Northern Beets. '
Beans, String Beans.
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad
warrants."I Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
? Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello,
Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Cucumber and
Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Tomato, Tuna Fish Salad.
Cucumber Mix.
.
Almond Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Egg Custard Pie, Boston
Devil Food Cake, Assorted Cream Pie,Apple Pie, Assorted.
Puddings. Puddings.

1972 I
those
) post- : SELECTIVE USED CARS :
tested
post- : All PERFECT & EXCELLENT CONDITION' :

not be Hours 9 AM to 8 PM Sunday 12 noon to 6 PM *
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24 Hours A Day = '' ENtERZA1WEE1c.RESTAURANT AAMCO Dealer issuing this certificate utilizing the

"'tESA AAMCO "CAR OWNERSHIP" Assembly Set. This
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certificate guarantees the transmission and torque
It MONDAYTHRUSATURDAY SUNDAYTILLMIDNIGHT = III converter (if your car has a torque converter) against

< ORANGE failure of material and workmanship. It will be:

I RING OF FLAME honored by any licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer

| RESTAURANT = .l PARK for as long as you own this car. provided that it is
delivered to any licensed AAMCO Transmission
| Steak and Lobster with 1 f
all
J US 17 Dealer in the United States annually for service within
E the Free Salad you can eat =
2 and Beer 30 days of the Service Date indicated below. The
you can drink. =
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If I HAPPY HOUR 1 13PM I t.rE won o sMNKEErEn time of service and it covers the replacement of

7PM 1 Northeast Florida's transmission fluid and all preventive adjustments.FREE .
I I Newest and Finest TOWING at no extra charge ONE DAY.SERVICE
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1 t.I INavySeif-ilelpers Remodel l Game; _.Center: :_ ::1

jax uapc.; wimam u. sizemore NAS Jax CO, and
Capt.William Vaught, COMFAW-11, combined forces 'I
Jan. 3 to cut the ribbon at the re-opening of the newly-

remodeled, Game Center in Bldg. 148. ;
Formerly a parachute loft, the facility was coverted ;;;
into a recreational activity when it was decided that .
such an activity would benefit the morale and welfare

of the barracks ,residents.The .
project started in early September and involved t

completely panelling the walls, lowering the ceiling, .
reducting air conditioning and making general repairs

. I throughout the building. .
',
J Ji{i The work was accomplished by Self Help assistance .
JI I from all the VP squadrons assigned here, coordinated "

!I by Capt. C.T. Walker, Chief Staff Officer, FAW-11.

Project Manager from CBU-410 for the renovation ;1
I was BU1 Ingram. .:;.;
: 1 The Game Center is open seven days a week from 11 .

a.m. to 11 p.m. with the following available for use by j

patrons:, ..
__ Ten pool tables, a Snooker table, two bumber pool '
tables, four ping pong tables, shuffle board, two game ( ,j
tables, a TV room and a refreshment room..

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f' GRAND OPENING-Capt.: William J.Vaught(LeftCOMFAW-lland) Capt.: William G. Sizemore, TENNIS.
NAS Jax CO,share the ribbon-cutting honors as the Game Center in Bldg.143 re-opens. ..


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6479 ROOSEVELTBLVD 2990 MAYPORT ROAD. {,
of the pool tables at the Game Center as Capt. Sizemore '
TEST RUN-Capt. Vaught tries out one
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(Near NAS) (Near NS) r
(Left)and Cdr. Edward J. Fischer,NAS Admin Officer,look on.NOW Phone 383-7476 Phone 249.5649 '\.:
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THEBEST GIFT OF ALL-Santa visited foster children from the HELPING SANTA..Capt. William F. Moore NDRC CO,presents a check for $116.00 to Mr. H.E.
Jacksonville area at a party held at the Candlelight Restaurant, McVeigh of the Youth Detention Center to be used for decorations and gifts for the Center's Christmas -
; thanks to MAS Jax personnel. Party..The staff and residents of NDRC collected the money through a car wash and donations.



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MeetingJax


Members of the NAS
Jacksonville Marine Wives Club
will hold their first meeting of the
.; d new year on Thursday,Jan.18,at
the home of Mrs. Ernest Moyer,'
6829' Medellin. Court Jackson. ,-

? t. ville.The "Pot Luck" luncheon will

SPECIAL begin at 11:30 a.m. and wives of
all active, reserve and retired
Marines are cordially invited and
: urged to attend.
: : TAKE A DEMO RIDE IN ANY OF OUR For planning purposes, those
who plan to attend the meetingare
A. asked to call either Mrs.
CIRCUS SPECIALS AND RECEIVE...
Moyer at 771.5177 or Club
President Mrs. Art Slocumb at
TWORESERVE FREE 264-9487 no later than Tuesday,
Jan. 16.Regular.
i club members are
especially urged to attend the
SEAT TICKETSTO Jan.18 meeting since the election
of new officers will be one of the
main items of business.
THE BIG RINGLING BROS. CIRCUS
NAVY WIVES,

APPEARING FEBRUARY 1 thru 4 MOTHERS
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JOBS
73 NEW CHEVROLET 73 MONTE CARLO I ImmedlateOpenings for Office skilled,
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PHONE NIMNICHTt kemp\ '.' 60 VW Sedan $140r -
rFiE 43 VW SunRoof $190
389-7711 63 CHEVROLET AT.R&H$240
43CHEV.WGN AT, R&H $240
47 RAMBLER AT, R&H $290
T 43 VW Sedan Red, R&H $440
.. 44 VW Sedan Red,R&H' $440
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Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than 1)<1" '':\tI r.
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NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE .'., published the following week unless the NAS: "HANNIE CAULDER" HOSPITAL: "PULP"SundayJan.14

i publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or Western Drama, Starring RaquelWelch
: money order for the full cost of the ad must be
and Robert
: received WITH the. copy for the ad, Gulp. "R" (92 NAS: "WHEN LEGENDS
4747 San Juan Avenue i iI min.) DIE" Drama, Starring Richard

Jacksonville I Florida ; RATE: minimum charged( lines) $2.M HOSPITAL:, "YOU'LL LIKE Whitmark and Frederick
Per additional line(4 words per line) .SO MY MOTHER" Suspense Forrest. "PG"HOSPITAL kF

Drama,Starring Patty Duke and : "COTTON COMES.

# \ n \ I ;, :, "" B B v..v. ..! .I .- Rosemary Murphy. "PG" (93 TO HARLEM" .

min.) Monday,Jan. 15
WE BUY & SELL EQUITIESCall '71 and'72 CHEVROLETBoth
-2t-' -"' Friday Jan.12 NAS: "NARCO MEN" Drama,
4:' t EMPLOYMENT \ us for Quick service low mileage Contact during duty r
NAS: "PULP" Action Satire Tom and Lorenzo
? .. Morrison I I. Taylor,Inc. hours 772.2426. Priced right. Starring Tryon '
4543 Wesconnen Blvd. Starring Michael Caine and Guerrieri. "PG" (97 min.)

771-3053 737.384 '69 FORD RANCH WAGON' Mickey Rooney. "PG" ((99 min.) HOSPITAL : "WHEN
HELP WANTED
Attendants and mechanics, all hours, 6 passenger, Auto. Trans., PB, PS HOSPITAL : "HANNIE LEGENDS DIE"Tuesday .
QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY Radio, Heater AC, exec cond., 264- CAULDER"
apply In person toSargt'sAmerian ,Jan.16
Also, Equities for sale on terms. 6223.
Service Station Edward O. Lyon, Broker easy 389.0361 Saturday,Jan. 13 NAS:, "BARON BLOOD" i
201 Hwy.17,Orange Park '47 FIREBIRD NAS: "COTTON COMES TO Horror, Starring Joseph Cotton

3BR.2B PRETTY 326 cu. in., AC, auto., $1,100, or best HARLEM" Comedy, Starring and Elke Sommer. "PG" (91
PART.TIMEFLOOR.WAXER Fenced yard, fruit trees very nice offer, Dietz'BKS. 580 NATTC. Must Godfrey Cambridge and min.) '
sell being transferred.
$16,000.
WANTED VANSANDT Raymond Jacques. "PG" (104 HOSPITAL: "NARCO
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REALTOR
Approx. 5 hrs. nightly, Sun. thru 381.1213 :
SI.75, experienced '71 TOYOTA
Thurs., apprentice MEN"y
NORMANDY ACRES $1950, 22,000 miles In good condition
$2.00, Call 396 4021, after 6 P.M. 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road automatic, AC, Corona Deluxe. Call * *,* * * * * y

frontage, 2 to 20 Acre tracts. Land Is after 5:30: P.M., 2644248..
OFFICE, HELP the best Investment for the future. r SATAN'S'j
Adding machine experience Other tracts available over Southwest ,
71 1 MAZDA SPORT COUPE
Convenient to NAS Jax & Jacksonville
necessary. Rotary Engine RX2 Writ, w.blk. int.,
Cecil. Phone 7860722.EXPERIENCED Wynne Realty of Florida # ANGEL1
AC, Fully equip. $2700., Call anytime
389 5514
389-8507
7721020.
SALESLADYFor # "The Devils' Own Mistress" .
ladles and children's. ready to WHITE FENCE FARMS
wear. 5-6 days, 9 to 5, apply at 5525 Located in the heart of Arizona's 'TORONADO TOPLESS BARTENDER 'j
Roosevelt Blvd. finest farming and hunting country, Exc. shape. Loaded, $2300 or best
near historic Safford (County seat of offer,772 0510 or Cecil Ext. 408 or 409. # BAR OPENS AT NOON

Graham County.) Great year.round
climate. 1V4 acres $1,100low terms. # TOPLESSGO
&i,._ ..__, '69VW FASTBACK
< ,AT,R&H,$1200,Call 771-4462 '
DANCERS
Mrs. A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co.,
After 5 P.M.
2233 North 7th Street, Phoenix 85006. Crnhnwvssh.ws3PM-2AM NOON TIL2PMI. !
AIR LITE INDUSTRIES OF JAX
SPEAKEASY ROOM
Fabrication in rescreening, window '70CHEVYTRUC'KDelray
screens, screen doors, patio &. pool CALL A SHIPMATEJoe I Camper Included 1.
enclosures, aluminum roofs & car. Roplak (RET Navy) Call 2&48680CAL.M -7.TIT: : Ibitci: k I .1IJtci
Licensed Real Estate Salesman
ports, free estimates Owned &
operated by: Norman T. Abrams, Representing
Blanding Agency, Inc. Realtors * 1080 CASSAT AVE. 388-9016* * "
USN retired,Paul Tinney, 2568 Edison
Ave., 3841242. Home 781-7715 Office 771.9513


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Responsible party take Up pmts of $S. _.4Z : >. .h'.ld'TJT'A' C S.,.{;"{?>\\ff K: .

a month. Call dealer. 772.8936. YOU2L.F: MY '

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A recorded message by ORANGE PARK x :
SCOTT EDWARDS 2BR, Apts. Furn. or Unfurn., Dishwasher OF US KNOWS 1n'l.MNINjfS
Tells you how to be a Drapes, carpets, Elizabeth P
DISC JOCKEYcall Apts., 771-1465 or 7113355. NEW POLICY

355.2944 any hour. Approved for UNTIL we r REAP .
veterans. Columbia School of WILMAR APARTMENTSAir 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781.5511
Braodcasting. San Francisco. Not Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living VoV SECURITY' Open Dally 8 to 8:Saturday 8 to 5-Sunday 1 to 6 PM ,
affiliated with CBS, Inc. Course by room Kitchen, Bftstnook, parking Re.G. 52OO.I-S/
home study. space for 2 cars, water, sewage,
72VW.SUPER BEETLE Factory Warranty R&H $2195
garbage, lawn service. Furnished
LIVE CRABS $120., Unfurnished $100. plus 4 percent 72VWSUPER BEETLE Factory WarrantyAutoR&H.AC$2395
Wilford's Fish Camp sales tax. 387-2541 weekends,389-0744. 71 VW SUPER BEETLE Factory Warrant. R&H" Air Cond.$2097l

'264-9707 71 VW SUPER BEETLE Low MlleageAutoR&HSpecial $1907

10MINUTESCECIL2BRTRAILERCarpeting. 71 VW SUPER BEETLE Extra Clean, R&H $1838
AC, patio & awning Ig.
TYLER'S HEATING &AIR CONDo fenced lot no pets, adults preferred ar 9i 70 VW SEDAN R&H Special ,,' $1595

Central & Wall Furnaces, space $115 mo., 7715932., 70 VW SEDAN R&H Extra Clean $1395

heaters, cleaned & repaired. x 69VW SEDAN New Paint, R&H $1495
Lakeshore 4711 Palmer, 3885161. NEW 1973MOBILE HOME 69 VW SEDAN R&H, Special : ," $1295

$155 mo., water furn fenced yd., no 48 VW'SEDAN R&H, Air Cond Extra Sharp;;"' $1395

NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS small children, 3547233. 48 VW SEDAN R&H, Clean, Special ;,% $1195 "
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape ;
players. At dealers cost to liquidate GIVE US A CALL FOR 47 VW SEDAN R&H, New Paint $1157.J.
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0..09. Quick Rental of your Property i 47 VW SEDAN New Paint $1095 \

Edward O.Lyon, Broker 389-0361 44 VW SEDAN R&H Extra Clean $"5 a

WANTED.ORIENTAL COINS 45 VW SEDAN R&HOneOwner.,.. $895 .:
771 6496 P. O. .
or write Asiatic Coins
Box 30353 Jax. 32230. _r 65 VW SEDAN R&H Good Transport :,_ \ ,$750 :
72 VW CAMPER Poptop, Radio &Gas Heater v- PItS
RIVERSIDE DAY CARE CENTER 1ot-w POtS ,
Nursery thru Kindergarten, week. 71 VW CAMPER R&H ;-'. .
days. 388-7689. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 69VWCAMPER Poptop, R&H ; $2495

1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern 71 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, Air Cond $2895 .
DATING BY COMPUTERFor trailer and apts. 3893007.
'71 VW BUS R&H,Air Cond,Special'a $2495 .
For
Fun, friendship, or marriage. '
unmarried adults only. Send name. '71 NEW YORKER 70 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, New Paint $2395 :

address & age in confidence to C.S.I.. 12x6O, 2BR. W-W carpet CH&A.W-D 70 VW DELUXE BUS R&H Special $2195 'I"-:,
P.O. Box 6264 Jacksonville Fla.32205. Compl. Furn., plus 10'x7' Utll. shed. 49 VW DELUXE BUS R&H, Extra Clean, $1995

Call 771-6795. 49 VW BUS R&H, New Paint Special 51795' "

BLACK MALE MINIATURE '69 MARRIOTT LOOKINGFOR 71 VW SQUAR E BACK R&H Auto Tran. $2295 1

POODLE 12 x 52 Fully furn., ready to move In, 70 VW SQUARE BACK R&H,Auto Tran. $1995
AKC Registered exec.cond.Assume balance of",900. A 49 VW SQUAREBAC.K R&H,Auto Tran. >J795

317.5253BUY.SELL.ORTRADE &3566,aft. 5 P.M. .I HEW. 47 VW SQUARE BACK R&H Extra Sharp. $1395

71 VW FASTBACK R&H V-Top, Clean $2295

Used guns,furniture,antiques,fishing 28R.BROADMORE, best offer over S6900. CAREER? 70 VW FASTBACK-FM Radio, Auto $1995
HOUSEOF 64 .
and misc. (unk. J A J 12 x
gear DEALS lust north of NAS at 6073- Call weekdays after 4:30: P.M.. 264- 49 VW FASTBACK R&H, Auto,Alr-Cood. $1795

B. Roosevelt Blvd. 2032. If you qualifyand 49 VW FASTBACK Auto Tran $1595

are willing to work CHEV VEGA Low Mileage, Air Cond $1495 .
FOR SALE FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES It Is possibleto
STATION WAGON 1963 FORD $150.PIANOLightOakUpright Live In one,rent other. App. $200. mo. earn In excess of Nice Selection of other Model! VW's
$200 Dead Lake. 716-0712, 771-4040 $20,000 per year
STEREO Floor MOdel within! 3-S years. We gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection.
Tel efunk.". $150, Then we tuned up,tightened,and replaced everything that needed It.
Call 772-7673 d Management training program And guaranteed them ICO percent for the repair or replacement of all.ajor .
starting salary negotiable. Call ( mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn, U.S. ,ouble Check.ENGINETRAMSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE.
=- '72 FIAT NavyRetlred( ), Sales Manager >4, -
4 door Wagon,$2150 Metropolitan Life Insurance ASSEMBLIES BRAKE.SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM.
Phone 264.7906
Company at telephone number

GREEN COVE SPRINGS BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY )56-26211' Interested.

Rts\.dentlal.Lots Acreage psed VW's compacts ether, i
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I ''86 'Picks Officers\ :' ;'r" Batmen ""

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1 The 1973 officers' of the dinner dance at the CPO Club
t i Jacksonville NAS Navy Wives Rehearsal for the incoming Select TopWife
} .' Club will be installed Jan. .flat officers will be held Jan. 26 at '
} the Catholic Chapel. 7:30: p.m. at the base chapel.A i':
joint board meeting will be
;. Elected at the first meeting of held, Jan. 16 at 11 a.m. at the A
the new year were Mrs. Richard home of outgoing president Mrs. ", C Jax VP-24 has chosen Mrs.
Celmer, president, Mrs. Harry Thomas J. Bennett. :. Mary E. Doughfman as the
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McAllister, vice-president; Mrs. All comittee reports will be .tjj squadron's nominee for the
Raymond Ganther, recording given at the next meeting Jan. 17 I NAVAIRLANT Wife of the Year,
secretary; Mrs. Conrad Hardy, at the clubhouse on Enterprise jt4 which also makes her a candidatefor
corresponding secretary; Mrs. the Military Wife of the Year.
Eugene Kubisiak, Treasurer;. Ave.Members planning to attend She is the wife of AXCS Larrie
Richard Croley, chaplain; and the Dixie Area Council Jan. 18 at J. Doughfman, Assistant
Mrs.Martin J. Scully,parlia- NAS Glynco, Ga. should notify Maintenance Chief at VP-24.
mentarian. the club's secretary, Mrs. Joan Mrs. Doughfman has I been
Chaplain Bernard Blasich will Hardy, in order to make the extremely active in both the
be the installing officer. The necessary arrangements for civilian and military com-
installation will be followed by a transportation. munities. While VP-24 was

i\ stationed at Patuxent River,Md.,
she was a Red Cross Volunteer, a
Girl Scout Leader and an adult
supervisor of the United
.t Methodist Youth Fellowship.She .
continued her unselfish
toft work after the squadron's recent
," 1 MARINE OF THE MONTH-Cpl. David R. Dollens I is congratulatedby move to Jacksonville. Along with
0 Take stock in America. Mal.| J.F. Lavin,Marine Barracks CO,after being named Marine of her husband, she is the adult
Buy US.Savings Bonds the Month for November. education, coordinator at their
church.She is also a First Grade

PUASE BRING THIS COUPON) Room Mother and, once again, a
Without, AdvertisingYou Red Cross Volunteer.
Mrs: Doughfman is ajso. Vice
I1zz4IgiExpires Wouldn't Know President of VP-24's Enlisted

2 Wives

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QUINIELA.WIN' -PLACE-SHOW WAGERING EVERY RACE I


? hr : .,:;.. Were wall to wall in 1973 Volvos. ,. .
',. J1ft ,' And although their model number differ 10-oullet,3-speed heaters.(The 164 E comes. with.. ;: f.
have number of in A sunroof is ,;; f'
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.' ,. Our new Volvos have redesigned instru- Our 1800ES moves two people and.35 cu.. : t
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ment panels energy-absorbing bumpers baggage a style to sports car owners t'
reinforcing'bars, new colors, improved,rustproofing are unaccustomed.Our 145 wagon has three wind: ...
and windshield wiping., shield wipers five doors and room for a six-foot sofa;; t
::' All,Volvos also have fuel injection. Stop by. Once you've test driven a 1973 .
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Power Plants Branch CPO, reenlisted for three years at
shipped over for two years. NATTC, where he Is a student at
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RIDING HIGH-There was little honing around when RM3 Albert Green reenlisted for six years
with Capt. C.M.Walker,FAW-11 Chief of Staff,performing the honors. i.r

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r HOCKENSMITH shipped over shipped over for six years at VP. 'at AIMD,putting him over the 10- 62.
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! L, .Ii j ; Presidential Sports Award Challenges Your Abilities I I



r f (AFPSWould) you like to win (In each sport,requirements nuut be fulfilled within period of four months.)

\} The Presidential Sports Award. FIGURE SKATING

.1 You can. if you try. RAQUETBALL 1. minimum ARCHERY minimum of 3,000 arrows. 1. Skate a minimum of 50 hours. '
Play a of 150 games. 1. Shoot a
2. No than 60 arrows in any one day may be 2:'No more than one and one-half IV4)( ) hours in anyone
than four No
more ((4)) games in any one day may 2. more
total.
be credited to
J You can qualify at any of 31 be credited to the total. credited to total. day may
should include these elements: (a) fig re.
q distance is 15 yards. In field or roving 3. Skating
different It's All ROWING 3. Minimum target
\ sports. easy. you should be 14 different targets, eight work(patch); (b)free skating; (c) ice dancing.
1. Row a rowboat a of 50 miles archery there
have to do is participate minimum ; or. row a
,
wherry a minimum of 100 miles; or. row a shell a each at 15 or more yards. GOLF
:; i : regularly, as often as you can, minimum of 120 miles BACK PACKING 1. Play a minimum of 30 rounds of golf ((18 holes).
: and keep track of the amount of 2. No more than one and one.half (owbmden' ) anyone 1. Back pack for a minimum of 50 hours. 2. No more than one 18-hole round a day may be
day may be credited to total ( ): hours in one day may credited total.
time exercise. 2 No more than three ((3) any
r i you than three ((3)) miles in any one day may be credited be credited to total. 3. No motorized carts may be used.
to total (wherry); no more than three and one-half HANDBALL
: ((3Vi) miles in any one day may be credited tc BADMINTON .
When 1. minimum of 150
you'll games.
earn
qualify Playa
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you total (shell). 1. Play badminton a minimum of 50 hours.
; the right to wear a patch or pin RUGBY 2. No more than one and one-half ((1V4)' ) hours in any 2. No more than four (4)) games in any one day may
be credited to total.
;( \ that shows you've taken part in 1 1. Play rugby or practice rugby skills a minimum of 50) one day may be credited to total. ICE SKATING
hours. 3. Play must include at least 25 matches (best two of
of the most important 1. Skate minimum of 200 miles. .
one a
r" three games) of singles and/or doubles.
2. At least 30 of the 50 hours must be under the
: programs in sports. But the key supervision of coach 'BIATHLON 2 No more than six ((6)) miles in any one daymay be
total.
requirement is regular par 3. No more than one ((1J) hour in any one day may be 1. Run a minimum of 150 miles (cross-country skis or JOGGINGited to
credited to the total. on foot), either on a track or hill and dale.
ticipation. Because that's the SKIING (ALPINE) 2.. Fire a minimum of 330 rounds either small bore at 1. Jog a minimum of 125 miles. '
i kind that does the most 50 bore 150 2. No more than two and one-half ((24)! ) miles in any
you good. 1. Ski a minimum of 50 hours. meters or big at meters. total. .
be credited to
2. No more than three ((3)) hours in any one day may 3. No more than five ((5)) miles or 30/ounds in any one' one day may
be credited to the total. day may be credited to totals. JUDO .
So pick the sport you like best SKIING (NORDIC) 4. There must be at least 25 miles and 100 rounds of 1. Practice judo skills a minimum of 50 hours.
I and set your sights on The 1. Ski a minimum of 150 miles combined running-shooting. Rule 3 applies. 2. At least t.30 of the 50 hours must be under thesupervision
Presidential Sports Award. You 2. No more than 10 miles in any one day 'may be 5. All shooting practice must be under safe, sUp vised of a qualified teacher
conditions.BICYCLING 3. No more than one (1)) hour in any one.day my: be
can do it.And it could be the most credited to the total. credited to the total.
SOFTBALL '
important award you'll ever win. 1. Play softball or practice softball skills a minimum of 1. Bicycle a minimum of 1.000 miles (more than fiveKARATE. karate skills a minimum of '50 hours.
If you're 18 years old or over, 50 hours gears);or. bicycle) I a minimum of 650 miles (five or 2. At 'least 30 of the 50 hours must be under thesupervision
e." 2. At least 20 of the 50 hours must be in organized rs).
just send a card or a letter with more of a qualified instructor. .
league or tournament gamev. 2. No than 20 miles in be
any one day: may
,: { your name, address and zip codeto 3. No more than one ((1)) hour in any one day may be credited to total (more than five gears); no more 3.credited No more to than the one total.((1)) hour in any one day may be
: Presidential Sports Award, credited to the total. than 13 miles in any one day may be credited to
SWIMMING total (five or fewer gears). ORIENTEERING
Box 129, Radio City Station, New 1. Swim': a minimum of 25 miles ((44,000 yards) 1. Run a minimum. of 100 miles with no more than
BOWLING two and half (2V' ) miles in one day being
one any
York 2. No
N.Y.10019. more than three-fourths ((3/4)of a mile ((1.320 -
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: 1. Bowl a minimum of 150 games.! credited to the total.
yards)in any one day may be credited to total 2. No more than five ((5)) games in any one day may 2. Participate in at least four ((4) orienteering events
Before undertaking any TABLE TENNIS be credited to total. and locate at least 25 checkpoints within the time
physical. activity program you 1. Play table tennis a minimum of 50 hours. 3. The total:of 150 games must be bowled on not t I less allotted.
2. At least 20 of the 50 hours must be in organized than 34 different days.
should have a thorough medical league or tournament play.
3. No more than ((1)) hour in be VOLLEYBAllcredited
examination. This is especially one any one day may skills mini.
to the total. TENNIS 1. Play volleyball or practice volleyball a
important for persons over 40, or 1. Play tennis a minimum of 50 hours. mum of 50 hours. .
for who has not been WATER SKIING 2. No more than one and one.half (1'4)( hours in anyone 2. At least 20 of the 50 hours must be in organized
anyone 1. Water ski a minimum of 50 hours. day may be credited to the total. league or tournament games.
physically active on a regular 2. No more than two (2)) hours in any one day may be 3. Total must include at least 25 sets of singles and/or 3. No more than (1)) hour in any one day may. be
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VP45Intramural ". .
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f'I''f ATHLETIC ADVISORY LIFEGUARDS, INSTRUCTORSAND :f'.i
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Jax-The Pelicans of VP- r COMMITTEE MEETING POOL MAINTENANCE

45 have won the NAS Jax ) Jax-A meeting of the Athletic PERSONNEL NEEDED '
Advisory Committee has been "d
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Ironman Trophy for the scheduled by Cdr. Zackowski, Jax-NAS Jax Special Services ,

first time,in their historyat r chairman, to convene this afternoon is now taking applications for j

Jax with the closing of at 2 p.m.in Hangar 1000, lifeguards,swimming instructors :
the Fall 1972 Intramuralseason Room 233. All commands, and pool maintenance personnelfor z
departments and units assignedto the 1973 summer season. '1

NAS Jax and participating in Applicants for lifeguard must A
Winning the title with a the Composite Recreation Fund hold current Red Cross, or

total of 2866 2-3 points VP- are urged to have a represen- Y.M.C.A. Senior Lifesaving ,

45 edged out NarJax who tative attend this meeting. Certificates. Applicants for

finished with 2800. Specifically, units planning to swimming instructors must be :
participate in the Intramural Red Cross Water Safety In- j
Hospital finished third Golf program should have personnel structors or Y.M.C.A. Leader ::1
with 2100 while MARTD in attendance to discuss Examiners. Apply at Jacksonville ,j

and NDRC tied for fourth the handicapping system.INTRAMURAL Special'Services, Building 1

with 1800 and FICEUR, the GOLF 704.

defending Ironmen, JUNIOR LIFESAVING COURSE :

finished with 1750. SEASON CHAMP-Capt. William G. Sizemore, CO NAS, MEETINGJaxAn Jax-Special Services is con .i'l

VP-45 finished first on congratulated B. W. (Buz) Castelli of Data Processing last Monday organizational ducting a Red Cross Junior : 1

the strength of their first and presented him with his trophy for winning the 1972 Jax Air News- meeting for all units and com Lifesaving Course at the NAS ':
finish Latwinger U-Pic-Em Contest. Castelli became the season champ mands interested in participating Jacksonville Indoor Pool on L. ':1
in
; ;
place
pistol when he won two consecutive contests and ended up the only double in the 1973 Intramural Golf Tuesday, Wednesday and J
competition, their first winner of the year. Castelli was also a runner-up three times during season will be held on Wed Thursday evenings from 5-7:30: '
finish in the the year. beginning January 30 and
place nesday, :January 17 at 9:30: a.m. p.m.
American football league The meeting will be held in the ending February 22. Anyone 11 ..!
fi 4 \! rJi Conference through 14 years of age interested ,j
Room
and their second place .... -, \ t t of Bldg. 704
in taking this course register
'' f and anyone interested is asked to may j
finish in the football ". i : ; 7 I have a team representative at the pool on the first class '

playoffs. They also 1t present., session, January 30. 3,
finished third in tennis.

Their totals broke downto 2;

1050 for football, 1000 for

pistol 300 for tennis, 216 2-

3 for golf, 100 for bowling, DR. EDWIN N. ANGUAS
,
100 for ping pong and 100

for handball. OPTOMETRISTannounces

NarJax's second place
his separation from the Navy
finish resultof
was largely a
and the opening of his office at
their first place finish in

the National football 1279 Kingsley Avenue,Suite 106,Orange Park ,

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playoffs"and _their second '
place finish in golf. '\
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WEEKLY WINNERS Also presented with awards for winning
ShuffleboardTournament weekly U- lc.Em contests during the year were: (L to R) Bill N.

Turner, Jr. (NARU), Tom McKeen (Public Works), C. L. Mangus 'j
(NARF), Capt. Sizemore (who presented the awards), Nick Blasioli

(NARF), Bill Martin Data Processing), B. W. Castelli (Data 1 00% GUARANTEED USED CARS 1
Branch No. 91, Fleet Reserve Processing) and Lee Simonetta NARF). The U-Pic-Em Contest is

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I of this writing, it appears as 15 would appear to be the dark VA-45 4630
though the league will be comprised horse. .".. --' CPOs ,- '.,. """""' cr <;---45tt-30H

: t CECIL SPORTS of 12 teams. Due to BOWLING AIMD ?' %, 4531
VA-72 CONATIONALLEAGUEOWy NWS ED 4333
'.I military commitments,
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!I;, I" .1 ,' by DTC J. D. Brewster will be unable to defend their 1st 4 games seperate the front BOQ 4333

; '.' a,. -.....- ",1,..-. half championship, so the station running Marine quintet from 4th Weapons : ? 4035%
I v title is up for grabs. If advance place AIMD. Top keglers were CLAW-1 3640
{ INVITATIONAL BASKETBALL The Jax Mobile Homes games publicity can be taken at face Irv Austin ((568, 221.183)); Frnech Medical 3442
:, TOURNAMENT will be played under AAU rules value, it would seem that the Eschete (558, 183.173.202)); Admin 3343
I \ NAS, Cecil Field will host a vice NCAA rules. Under AAU remainder of the league is Angelito David (552,202-204)); Al Fall's Flopping 5 32V4-43V&
f basketball tournament in the rules, "dunking" of the ball is destined to chase VA-15. LJchenberger ((545,178-212)); Bob Special Service 3244

station gym on 19 and 20 January. permissible.No 25 Point Club: The 1st half of Locke ((533,202-183)); Glenn Hurst Communications 2848
1 j Albany will meet Mayport at 1900 admission will be chargedfor basketball produced several .((532.198)); Ed Smith (523-202)); Ed AIMDNo.2 26%-49J,2
4 ; Friday in the curtain raiser, and the tournament. All Cecil entrants into the 25 point club: Smith ((523-202)); Dale Howard BOWLING'S RIDDLE OF THE

1 I i the Cecil Field All Stars will face Field basketball buffs are cordially Coon, VA-72 ((27 points), ,Kitts, ((516, 187.176)); Frank Nagel (515- WEEK: Who were the 2 bowlers
; ) top seeded Mobile Homes in the invited tournament.to come out and seea VA-45 ((32-25-25 points); Terrell, 195)); Ron Mallett ((514, 181.173)) ((7)), who somehow managed to

I i 2nd contest.. great VA-66 ((34.28.323125'points); and Dick Maffett ((500-176)). choke up so tightly that their 1st
i The consolation bracket will be MORE BASKETBALL: VA-72 Roberts, NAMTD, ((29 points); Standings; balls were tossed in the gutter
". ; i played at 1230 on Saturday with emerged from the back of the Bultman, Medical ((30 points); Marines 4927 during a "beverage" game.

. ; 1 the winners playing at 1400. Jax pack to .capture 1st round in- Woodard, VA-21 ((27 points) and ': ':J4
t Mobile Homes, the power-house tramural chaplonship honors. Gill VA-174 ). -' "
((26 points '
t : J of the Jacksonville City League VA-174 took the runnerup slot. GOLF ..' :; :,::; :;;:

. : 1 boasts of 3 former All Americans The 2nd half of intramural The intramural golf league ,

t. : : on their roster: Rex Morgan, ex- basketball will commence at will start January 19th. Several ....,-...-
Jacksonville University great, 1700, Monday, 15 January. Some teams who indicated their intentto -

and former Boston Celtic guard, new teams will compete in the enter over the holidays have ...-'-.. /
J. U.'s Greg Nelson and Lowell final half (VA-15, VA-87 and failed to sign up with the Athletic
Woods of Ohio State. Supply are the new entrants). As Director as promised. Entry

forms were sent out December27th

NEW TO THE BASE? and may have been lost !in r
the Christmas rush. It is still not
w
too late if you are reading this
: ) your Jj@I&&l@Ir'III/J@P@P2'lIff& article and are interested. Those

can provide additional funds wanting to enter teams are invited -
to fall in at the A-D's office Pacific an..Capfain James .I. Morris Commanding Officer of
Domestic Finance is set up to make ,sure your with their rosters and handicaps. ,the Cambat store Ship USS SAN JOSE (AFS-7) addresses his crew

.. money needs are handled the way you want them VC-2, last years conquerors of during one of their frequent rap sessions on the ship's fantail.
Call or come in-we'll do the rest. NAMTD and the station champions -

are back strong and readyto Admiral Zumwalt

DOMESTIC FINANCECORPORATION take on all pretenders to their

,' LOANS SINCE TO SUO 1H7 crown.VOLLEYBALL Stresses Communication

;,. 8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK Volleyball will also start 15 "I can not overstate the Im- to discuss on a regular basis
"., January at 1100. Currently six portance of sustaining two-way important items which concern
f Ir' teams are entered. VA-45, who communications,"stressed Elmo their crews. Through this

took it all last year will again be R.. Zumwalt, Jr., Chief of,Naval program,crew members can ask
.r i led by All Navy star Buck Operations, as he recently questions and receive
Ii< '. Wurster. VA-45 practiced all opened the way for the new authoritative responses by
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@) through the holidays and would Captain's Call program. communicating directly with

again appear to have the class of Captain's Call gives com- their commanding officer.

j"Plua JAn. the league. As in basketball, VA- manding officers the opportunity Many commands are steppinginto
j" the program with vigor and .
initiative. One CO holds weekly
For the best dea I in a meetings with the duty section to

\. S I WILL DOUBLE YOUR .. V. NEWORUSEDCAR' keep the size of the gatherings to
See or Call Gayle today at.. a manageable level for the ship's
t ENJOYMENT OF AMERICA'S mess decks. Other ships include

x ,i. FAVORITE PIZZA WITH !!. USS dependents Nashville in(LPD-13)their )program.hosted a

THIS 2 FOR 1 OFFER., lunch for dependents which was
followed by a question and an.
swer period with the skipper.
1616 CASSAT AVENUE
"These open, candid
Business Phone 338-4486 discussions," stated Admiral
SS >&&&&&&& && GAYLE COOPER
Residence Phone 2(4-7465 Zumwalt, "significantly enhance
(USN Ret.)
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Beginning in January 1973, all
flag officers, commanding officers -
BRING THIS COUPON AND RECEIVE .
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II VALUE. ONE COUPON PER VISIT, toward this program in the formof
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The ideal living I the Navy Internal Relations

..:'. location Activity, to all commands, in-
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used Commanders In
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viewpoints' said the CNO, "will

: : MENU benefit from the timely implementation
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Fliers ,Lose Twtir'To' MoodyJaxThe :::::::::::: : :fu::: : : j j :j: j : j:jj;


!I Jax Navy but in the second half the Navy-Marine
Fliers basketball team Fliers were struck by Bo'lingStandings

.. started off the new year on trouble with technical
; a losing note last weekend fouls and these proved to
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when they lost both games be the deciding factor in a
,, K k with the Moody Air Force closely contested game. w L
"' ; LITTLE BEARS 33 15
Base team. All of the second half GOOD CLEAN DRUNKS 28%19 V4
p t The first game at King occurrances over- POWELL PLYMOUTH 28 20
Hall was played on Friday shadowed a fine performance FRA BRANCH-91 27 .21
/# night and the Fliers justcouldn't by Vince Bell, ANCHOR KLANKERS 26 22WHITEY'S

get anything who scored his entire 12 AUTOBAHN'S FISH CAMP 22 23V424V4 26

going for them. Moodywon points during the last two THE MAKE-UPS 4 44
the game by an 84-67 periods. Mark Warner also

margin with Lundell hit for double figures with Pistol Club
pouring in 35 points for the 13 points. Lundell was

Air Force. The only bright again high man for Moody
spot in the game for the with 31 points.An Holds Meet

Jax Fliers were the 20 indication of how
points scored by Mark close this second game Jax-The Jax Navy Pistol and
Rifle Club will be
holding an 1800
FALL INTRAMURAL BOWLING CHAMPS-The Splitmakers from Warner and the 19 scored actually was and,how hot series match on January 13 at 1
the Commissioned Officer's Mess were recently presented with 'their by Mike Luchi. both teams were is seen in p.m. at the NAS Jax Pistol
trophies for'winning the Fall Intramural Bowling Playoffs. On The second game was, each team's free throw Range. Entrance fee is $3.00.
hand to present the trophies was LCdr. Richard E. Jastremskl,
played on Saturday afternoon totals. The Fliers hit seven and non-members are invited to .,
Assistant AMD Officer (standing at far right). Team members
presentforfhec.remonywere: Back Row (L to R)-SDC Oliver Rlley, and even thoughthe out of' 10 while Moody join the competition.
Ben Silva, Al Sarroca, Andy Silvaki and Front Row,(L to RJ) Resty Fliers led 38-36 at the, made 10 of 12. *
Gamboa, Fel'Garcin/ Eddie Gutierrez and Nick Nlcolasora. half, Moody was the This weekend the Fliers
Veterans'who receive an
eventual winner 8277. will travel to NAS Glyncofor
"other than honorable" discharge -
.. -LANTFLT Weightlifting Mike Luchi helped'the' ,two games. The Fliers from military service
Fliers to their two point ,opened their '7273.season may applications- for reviewof
lead at halftime with 18 of against Glynco with'a win their discharges from any VA
Scheduled .For February his game high total of, 32. ,and''a loss. office. '
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lifting weights and do -
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If your department or CD fe r S 81andingBouIevard
enjoy competition? If so, unit is attached to ,Com- House Quality Foods Cedar Hills! Shopping_Center; J
the LANTFLT sports Phone 771-9233
FairJax you could be
has just the Every SATURDAY is FRIDAY I is
program thingfiqJJuan eligible to compete. in Night Every Night

the LANTFLT power FAMILY NIGHT
weightlifting meet that STEAK tour choice of

will be hosted by Com- ,, *el 79 I CHICKEN & "

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Last year was the first LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM DINNER 4 PAA til 8 PM
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..; .' year for this competition Watch For Our Luncheon Meat Special 39 cents Monday Thru Saturday
5821 San Juan at Niblick in the LANTFLT sports
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Navy personnel was not
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up to 'expectations.
O Garden type apartments

D Individual air conditioning- If you are interested and .. ..' :' .
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D Wall to wall carpeting "
::, C Large Swimming Pools Athletic Office at Ext. 3239 ;i"

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