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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 18, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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;:;: l and time to rekindle our
{ ( Itis, Christmas time once again
'.. ........ .> : of Peace. It is a time of
,:::.;to. : .:.:.: '.r' spiritual belief in the Prince
:
> { t..t:; earb will toward "
ffi earth good men
: and f "peace on ,
'tf: \ : '.' joy thinking

twenty centuries i after
J Iuring) i his holiclay I i season: nearly not prevail on earth: and

.. ft$. the birth of Christ peace does
universal.This i I .
is not
toward
will men
good i

Christmas. and PeaceOnce meditation us we recall Ills
is the season for (
the cross. This is the timeto
birth and His suffering on
again Christmas approaches and ont1i thoughts invariablyturn
in His service
rededicate our 1 ives ,
to "Peace on Earth renew our faith and
The Bible tells us that the three Wise Men traveled far to reach
the manger in Jerusalem where Christ was horn. i Each: Wise Man it is
presented a gift to the newborn child, thus the origin of giving Christmas is a joyous season for us in uniform as
gifts at Christmastime. Here also originated 1 the theme, as recorded for all. of us will be fortunate enough to spend
in the Holy Scriptures, which taught us the basic principleof Many families and friends. At the
mankind, "Peace on i Earth, Goodwill: Toward Men" this holiday season with our
This! in essence, i is: the basic policy of our Government.: This is time of our fellow servicemen will be away from
what the United States has been attempting to do over the years- same many the too
J. t
1 i e usn 0
trying to maintain peace in -a troubled world; giving to less fortunate home on the most joyous of .holidays.
peoples, sharing its bounty with those nations which are not busy to take time to think of those away from home at

so Our fortunate.country today is involved in a war in the! }Far J<:UMt. We still Christmas Let us pray that one day everyone on earth
have troops standing guard hi Europe: and Korea. Our planes patrolthe will be able to be home at Christmas and that true peaceon
skit,'!. Our Navy is on the high seas. '
Our country is striving for peace. Wo seek it not only for earth will prevail i I everywhere. .
what it means to us, but for the good it will do our fellow man '
around the globe. families and loved ones Mrs. Cutl"cr
,
each of-
To
The; path toward pane is difficult to follow hatred and bias; you your
pettiness and bigotry; thoughtlessness and trickery -- so many and I extend our most sincere wishes for a very Merry
things clutter the path. Yet we (continue to strive! for peace.As Christmas and a most joyous and prosperous cw1'enr.d .
members of the U.S. Armed Forces, wo are helping! our Government
towuid reaching its Ioul-u petmanent peace for all man ",? /'...0--/.
kind. It won't be easy but the results could be profound. Perhaps; if 1.' :
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we all work just! a little harder and, at this Holy time, pray a ;:. ,_ .. : .'_ .s' ... ..- '. .,t.. ..'' .I'.'
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little stronger, the realization may he a little closer. < .
Christmas is u time for meditation arid reflection, a time to ; !)fClJTI.: lR!
think about the Good: Lord and his profound statement! "Peace on ......-. .
Earth, Goodwill: toward men." (A(4'P8)) I. .



I NAS Chapels Schedule Celebrations Christmas


The Lord's Supper will be celebrated Christmas Eve

PROTESTANT at 9:30: p.m. according to the rite of the Episcopal Dining HoursJax

The All Saint's Protestant Chapel will be presenting Church. All Christians desiring to make their Christmas
Christmas dinner in
Christmas program Sunday at 7 p.m. Everyone Is invited communion. at this time are invited to this fellowship of the, general-- mess will be

to attend. Recitations and singing will be given by the Lord's table. served from 2:30: p.m. to

the junior, primary and beginner departments of the CATHOLIC 5:30: p.m. Breakfast will

chapel's Sunday school (ages 3 11)). St. Edward's Chapel will hold confessions from 11 run from 6:30: a.m. to 8:30:

A highlight of the evening will be the Silhouette aIn to noon and from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 24. There will a.m., with Brunch being
held f from 9:30: a.m.-to 11:30:
Pageant of the Birth of Christ. The creative .musical be no confessions before midnight mass that evening. a.m.

arrangements. of the Chapel Choir. will give special Christmas carols will be sung from 11:30: p.m. prior to

meaning to the pagenat. the mass. Enlisted personnel '

Santa Claus will make a short appearance to give The Christmas Vigil of Fast and Abstinance must be authorized to purchase
meals will be charged 60
child of observed by all Catholics on either Dec. '
every attending a bag candy. 23 or 24. cents for the Christmas

The Chapel will provide the opportunity to worship by To emphasize the religious nature of Christmas, dinner, Dependents guests

candlelight on Christmas Eve at 7:30: p.m.. The first special Advent masses with Homily will be celebrated In and officers will be

candlelight services were conducted in underground the Hangar 1000 (VP complex) area on Dec. 22 and 23 charged 85 cents for the
meal and children under 12
tunnels and covers which we now call catacombs, during the noon lunch hour. must pay 45 cents.

during the period of time that Christanity was outlawedby On Christmas day there will be a mass at 8 a.m. at the

the Roman Empire., All personnel are Invited to Naval Hospital, at 9 ain at St. Edward's Chapel (this No reservations for the dinner.are
necessary
attend this very meaningful and symbolical. service will be a special children's mass) and at 11 a.m. at St.

which will remember the dedication and sacrifices Edward's Chapel

made by the early Christians because of their love of

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THE JAX AIR NEWS' NEXT ISSUE WILL BE JAN & b .. Cream Of Tomato Soup '
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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from the staff Saltines to '

Iloast Tom
Turkey (5:trilled' Choice Steak

Giblet Gravy Mushroom!' and Onion Sauce
Candied! Yams
Baked Potatoes

Oyster:' (Bread Dressing!'!'
JA.X: AIR: NEWS Chilled Cranberry Sauce

Mexican
Corn
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Tossed Salad
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Holiday Fruit Cake
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MilitaryWives Silently Comrafs Up


SupportArmed Forces 3i11
,.. Seven CentsMore

Military wives are a rare breed of women.They serve their country J than one million militarymen
: 'j. ':" too. but not in uniform. They remain in the shadow and provide quiet and women will be affected

:." support for their husbands. And when their husband is deployed with Jan. 1, when the commuted
'A.'""" ship or squadron they become both mother and father housewife and ration jumps from$1.32 to $1.39 a
i L< : handyman. day- the highest point in history.
.' career in the U. S. Navy is
:
' ,: By the time their husband has This raise will only affect
honorable and wonderful. I have
1tt.r finished a career, chances arethey'll eligible to receive
':""" '" been proud to stand by my persons
have become
as handy comrats or leave rations. There
.-. with a lawn mower as with a dish husband as he served our country r t, will be no change in the$2.57 paidto
; through the even whenI
washer and years yes e r
as proficient at men stationed where no mess
< '"t:: changing a tire as changing a felt in.second place. is available, or the $3.42 receivedby
< her husband'sretirement
:; baby. Recalling
,.-., i those working under
When retirement comes, it's ceremony, she said to emergency conditions.Men .
usually the military man who Capt. Cutler, 'As you reviewedhis on temporary duty will
looks back over two or three career, so many wonderful also be affected by the rations
: decades to recall the rewards, memories of friends and placeswe 1 hike, for as a result of 'the raise

,", benefits, trials and tough times of had been flashed back NEW PJ's FOR PEDIATRICS. Navy Wives Club President, Cindy their mess hall rates will increase
'r ',. through mind. How I
: wearing a uniform as a way of my can Barnes and Capt. M. E. Smith the Naval Hospital's chief nurse ad- from $1.32 to $1.40 a day.
thank the for
Navy the privilegesI
life.But mre the pagamas being presented to the pediatrics ward at the
what does the Navy wife too, have received as the wife ofa hospital. -
think about after her husband career Navy man?' ORANGES
.. retirees? And then discussing the Fleet Reserve Ladies Meet TREE RIPENED
We idea of many trials and problems
got an one lady's Phone-268-9669
thoughts last week in letter overcome through a number of
a
Local Visit
of
President our riverfront
grove
RegionJax
addressed to the commanding years as a Navy wife, she wrote, and bring camera
your
1 'Like a woman in labor, when its
< ;i,- ... officer. Mrs. Maria Davenport of over one remembers mostly the The members of the ments welcomed her to this area. WELP GROVES
Park whose
husband
Orange Ladies Auxiliary of Fleet Ladies from Unit 126 of
times. Gift
Baskets
happiest Fancy
retired as a master chief
petty
Reserve Unit No. 91 recently Jacksonville and Unit 290 of
; Still of the Shipped
thinking
M: officer a couple of weeks ago, many
entertained the southeast Atlantic Beach were among the Welp Grove la
hundreds of she her
days saw
: DIRECTIONS
wrote about her feelings as a long miles south of
of there to Mrs.
regional president the Ladies guest greet Unger
' ,:. time Navy wife. husband leave for work in Jullngton Creek on State
Auxiliary of the FRA. along with a few members of Road 13 at Switzerland. Turn
uniform she concluded 'For
: : .; She agreed to let us share her right at Hartley' Store.
: .; Mrs. J. Unger was treated to Branch 91, the male half of FRA
some reason I feel I should offer KEEP RIGHT to end of lane,
thoughts.Mrs. dinner and then taken to the 91. then turn RIGHT Into grove.V .
the condolences for
Navy my ,
wrote 'A
Davenport :
they have lost through clubhouse on Collins Road wherea Refreshments were arrangedby
retirement, a man who is com- short meeting and refresh- the unit's board of directors.

SPECIAL!!! pletely devoted to his country and Apprentice Club
was so proud to wear the uniformof

TUNE UP Navy.We a master chief in the U. S. Selects OfficersJax FAINT YOUR WAGON ]

$12.95 think Mrs. Davenport'sletter The Jacksonville Naval

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ALL. [ \ who have'honorably retired from elected the following new of- to the
PA UTS ",j active Navy service and have ficers:

INCl.lIl>EU. -. joined another their husbands career. in beginning Richard i Markle, EXCLUSIVE NORTH FLORIDA i I j PREMIERE

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t I Money Earning Ideas HighlightOf w ., ; }


Civilian Awards Ceremonies


Jax-SantaGlaus wears khakis! .replacing several parts for for suggestions, pins for service ,
At least that's what five Naval $22,634. A complete new system and promotions. By departmentsthey
Air Rework employees must would have cost around $107,000. are:
have bought when they shared Another $1,000 check was
$2,000 in beneficial suggestion shared by Maud L. Reed, EustusG. Security
checks presented by Capt. D. H. .Davis and Dominic Commisso.The 1 '
Heile, rework skipper,last week. trio devised a method to Hebert E. Thomas earned a TFL
Jerome H. Duis and James C. repair damaged windshield beneficial suggestion check while ,
Erwin split $1,000 for their joint panels on RA5C aircraft, savingthe fellow fireman Tracy G. Sweat \\S--
suggestion in repairing an air- Navy the cost of buying the was recognized for sustained t
craft antenna system that will new panels. superior performance.Data ..
save the Navy over $84,000. Other civil service employeeshave \
The duo came up with a way toput also been collecting checks Processing
the system back in service by "
4
Ronda Lewis moved up to GS-5 i "J .
I i and Gladys Clark was promotedto "
E> GS-3.Carolyn Zapp now has 15 ''-- -
Bobs Oak Hill years of government service anda BIG SPLIT NARF employees Eustus Davis, Dominic Commissoand
new pin to prove it. Maud L. Reed explain their money winning Idea to Capt. Heil.,
I CO. The trio split $1,000 for their suggestion to repair damaged AS
Pure Service Center.
Public Works windshield panels.

Open for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. Length of service pins went to
William Pickett. and RobertD.
.Thomas with 15 and 20 years of
road service. &
pick up delivery service.

mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars Beneficial suggestion checks
went to Donald W. Goodwin, E.
W. Crews, Charlie 0. Burke, ,
771 103rd & Jammes Road William H. Payne, Gene E. a L "Ybs
.9156 Jacksonville. Florida Walter Alton Scarboro, Bayne C. jr

Teague, Robert O. Johns,
Nathaniel R. Taylor, Edison
Young, Garland D. Presson andT.
M. Franklin.
'
Lewis E. Cheatham, KennethM.
,'. Sparkman and Sammie A.
.
': .. Whittington and Peter Raizis .
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were all presented with superior r : \

At holiday timedon't achievement Sustained awards.superior per-

j formance employees included
J Charlie 0. Burke, Christopher D. ENDS TWENTY --Hooert D. Thomas of Public Works receives 20-
forget Shari. Bugg and Robert G. Weldon. year length of service pin from Capt. H. 0: Cutler, NAS CO, after
completing two decades of federal service.

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HIDEBEDSS "fOil FoRtNE HOLICMrs?

PICTURES Full-Size $139'!:'
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Shari's the gal to call for extra cash at Aetna GE11NE SAFELY/
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coming up, or you want to buy gifts, she'll
take care of you $100, $300 or more if you VINYL COVERED SOFA BEDS $49.95 SWAP MEET
need it. Money, or any'worthwhile purpose, BOSTON ROCKERS $17.95
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L CIVILSERVICENEWSJCivilian







Personnel Receiving ;$



Merit i Promotion ApplicationsJax j



Merit promotion op- Mechanic, 80-69 A-C Electronics- Management Technician GS-4,
portunities currently for
open Worker, 81-69 Accounts Main- 139-69 Teletypist GS-5, 1314049
of listed
receipt applications are
tenance Clerk GS-4,82-69 Planner Mechanical Engineering
below.
,& Estimator (Public Works Technician 7, 8 and 9 Ground
Applications for the jobs in the
Structures),83-69 A-C Instrument Support, 141-69 Mechanical
will be
following
group accepted Mechanic, 84-69 A-C Instrument Engineering Technician 7,8 and 9
from career or career con- Worker,85-69 A-C Electrician,86- Jet Engine, 142-69 Instrument
ditional employees of the air
69 Clerk (Stenography) GS-3 and Mechanic (General), '143-69 A-C
station, Naval Air Rework
Naval Air Reserve 4,87-69 Clerk (Typist) GS-2,3 and Paointing Worker, 145-69 Elec-
Facility,
4, 88-69 Electronics MechanicA'C trician, 146-69 Supervisory
Training Unit, Fleet Air
( Systems), and 89-69 Elec- Supply Clerk GS-4, 147-69
Jacksonville Fleet Avfation(
,
tronics Mechanic (Maintenance)' Military Personnel Clerk
Electronics Unit
Training
Also,90-69 Machinists, 91-69 A- Typing GS-5, and 152-69 A-C
Atlantic Det Jax, Fleet In-
C Electrical Worker, 92-69 Engine Mechanic.
telligence Center Europe, Planner & Estimator (Public Also, 153-69 Airframes

Commissary Stores, Naval works Electrical Systems), 93-69 Mechanic (Electronic), 156-69 A- ,-
Hospital, Navy Recruiting Industrial Tractor Operator, 94- C Metals Worker, 157-69 A-C
Station, Regional Storage 69 Apprentice (First Year), 96-<59 Examiner (A-C Electrician), 158- FOUR DECADES-Robert R. Abbott, long-time civilian employeeat
Management Office, Disease the Naval Air Rework Facility receives secretary of the Navy
Statistical Assistant GS-5 97-69 69 Welder, 159-69 A-C Examiner
Vector Control Center, Fleet certificate from Capt. Heile after 40 years of federal service. Other
Accounting Technician GS4,10169 (Airframes Mechanic), 160-69
Weather Facility,. Defense A-C Metalsmith, 102-69 Supervisory Supply Clerk, GS-5, NARF employees receiving awards last week are listed on Page 4.
Sales Office and
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GS-5, 107-69 Card Punch OperatorGS2 Graphic Arts Mechanic. Christmas Present
FLEET DISCOUNT TO and 3,108-69 Messenger GS2 Applications for the following

NAVY PERSONNEL and 3, 110-69 Production Con- jobs will be accepted from the

ALL MZESRECAPS troller GS-7, 111-69 Planner and same employees as in the first, STOPPaying
Estimator (Sheetmetal Worker), group, however, the first cut-off
112-69 Electric Accounting date for establishing registers S

$8.88 Machine Operator GS-3, 114-69 follows each position: RentI
plus tax & exchangeSHOCKS Pipecbverer and Insulator, 115-69 MPB No. 168-69 SupervisoryClerk

Plasterer, 117-69 Sheetmetal GS-5 (Dec. 11)), 170-69 Clerk

$5.55 Worker, 118-69 Refrigeration and GS-5 (Dec. 17)), and 171-69 Power

plus labor Air, Conditioning Mechanic, 119- Plant Controlman (Dec. 17)). STARTEnjoying
j 388-7371 69 Military Personnel Clerk GS-4, Applicants must be career or

32 Cassat Ave 120-69 Electric Accounting career-conditional employees of
Machine Supervisor GS-5, 121-69 the Federal government application Life
Boiler Tender Plumber for the .
122-69 Forms 171
...IN A HOME OF YOUR OWN FOR CHRISTMAS
124-69 Assistant Meat Cutter, 125- positions should be filed with the

DOMINICK'Szxzza 69 Laborer Cleaner, 126-69 Mess Civilian Personnel Department, Will Help I With A

Attendant, 128-69 SecretarySteno Box, 22 NAS Jax. Further in-
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strument Mechanic'(Electronic) bulletins or announcements or by

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Promotions, NCM Mad Foxes Receive AwardsJax I

n Capt. D.W. Herlong, up the rating ladder..
Awarded commander Fleet Air Wing 11, AT2 R.D. King was given a
officiated at the Dec. 11 Inspection letter of appreciation by his
; and awards ceremony at skipper, Cdr' H.C. Abelein, for
8
Patrol Squadron 5. his outstanding performance
Capt. W.R. r' Following his inspection of the during the squadron's recent
received the
Mad Foxes, Capt. Herlong deployment.
mendation Medal
presented an aircrewman certificate AEC M.A. Riccio received the
from LtCol.
to AT3 T.C. Berrey, who Meritorious Unit Commendationfor
commanding
recently qualified as an air-- services he performed while
NCM Capt.for Lane R crewman on the P-3 Orion. serving a tour of duty in Vietnam.

Vietnam. Sgt. AWl J.H. Pulliam, AWl S.H. Immediately after the
awarded the Smith and AWl P.M. McFacen ceremony, Capt. Herlong held an
received advancement certificates informal discussion with VP-5
Vietnam.
Sgt. officers on problems facing the
serving with from the captain
their most recent step Navy and Naval officers careers.
Section. marking -. B. ,
SSgt. Henry ,

Lester Meritorious Mast

performances of
duty with
and Carroll for I makes Y
Sergeant. at the Gator
Promotions the food and
Sergeants needed by
Robert Mowatt,
and Arthur


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com- SPECIAL SIX. That's what these men of VP-5 were at the Dec. 11
: sister Bahia-city awards ceremony. Singled out were (I I. r) AT3 T. C. Berry, AWl J. H.
4p Pulliam, AWl P. M. McFaden, AWl S. H. Smith, AEC M. A. Riccio,
and AT2 R. D. King.
mission of

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of the United
of South
joint air-
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Capt. the naval American and

as with U. by S.

commander
These
MOTORS & the USS
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PHONE well as the x
to the of Bahio
plaque Mayor
submarine, SS Grampus.
The two P-2V aircraft assignedthe
detachment departed
Jacksonville on 28 July on the
Bootsto first leg of their 11,000 mile M
journey that was to cir 't
cumnavigate the South American
fill? continent. Countries visited included

Colubia, Panama, Peru, SECOND TIME Capt. H. O. Cutler (I), NAS commanding officer,
Chile, Argentina, Brazil, presents a gold star in lieu of a second Navy. Commendation Medal to
Surinam, Trinidad, and LCdr. R. E. Chop of the NAS Air Operations Department. LCdr. Chop
Venezuela. received the award for meritorious service in Vietnam.

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.- YOU CAN HELP
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s n AMERICAN

WITH ONE CHRISTMAS CARD '

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jointhe
There are over 1,300 Americans listed as

computer missing or captured in Vietnam I North Vietnam

worldgo has refused to release the names of their

prisoners, which has caused great uncertaintyand

anguish to the families of the missing men.
to the leader. Massey Technical
Institute. Massey is one of the oldest Nationwide, Americans are being asked to
and largest independent business
schools in the South and when new send a Christmas Card to Xuan Thuy, the Chief
techniques are adopted by industry
Massey is first to reflect the changesin Communist negotiator in Paris, with a note
its curriculum. In addition to
Computer Programming taught urging the release of a list of Communist-held
with the school's own third
generation computer and the new, I prisoners, and the freeing of the men soon.

pioneering Computer Technology The Communists have little humanity but they
also offer
major Massey can you
related study in automation are listening to the pulse of public opinion in the
accounting business'administration,
management development United States, and a huge outpouring of sen
electronic technology electronic
engineering technology and timent from the U. S. would prompt them to at
automation secretarial courses.
least release the names of those imprisoned.
Massey is also the nation's only
private school to hold accreditations State department has been advised of the
from all three of the agencies
recoanized by the project, and has no objection to it.
U.S. Office of Education.To .
The cards should be addressed to Project
join the leader call 356-8402 todayi
Xuan Thuy, P. O. Box 2600, Washington, D. C.

They will be flown to Paris and delivered to

!. Xuan Thuy around New Year's Day.

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(NATTC) Christmas atop the last few
Ball
was years, his F'6H
held Friday night and it appears organization in, is Orange going to Park.a civic
to have succeded at
putting Snoopy has
promised all of us
everyone into the Christmasmood. that he will be r- 1 jl 1
keeping an eye on _
the Red Baron to make sure that :
There were about 1500 sailors he doesn't hijack Santa Claus to i
and Marines present to enjoy the Germany or somewhere. %
company of the scores of young All of the decorations that
ladies from Jacksonville. There adorn the area next to Bldg. 500 r
were groups of girls from the St. are the work of the 1st Lieutenant
Vincent's School of Nurses, the division and the Art t _
Shop.
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Navymen are some of the finest
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The dance started at 7:30: in the drivers in the world under ordinary
evening. The girls were piped circumstances.
Yet,
aboard every
by a bo'sun's whistle and
twenty four hours two
members of the Jaxon Lancers, Navymenare
killed in
car accidents. More
NATTC's precision drill team
,
are injured, some seriously.
acted as sideboys.

There were two rock bands, the These facts were brought out in
Month of May and the Phases of a film shown to NATTC militaryand

Fiction, to keep the crowd in a civilian personnel last
Thursday. This film, and a
dancing mood. Lots of the guys
second one, was connected with
though, were content to stand on
the sidelines and watch the girls the annual Holiday Safety
All around could be heard, 'Hello, Campaign put on by the Safety HANG ON. Snoopy, famous dog of the Peanuts comic strip has given up his biplane and taken up
my name is....'Glad to meet you'. Engineer. the let age for the yule season. Snoopy can be seen haunting the Red Baron from his private landing
Alcoholic beverages and field in front of NATTC headquarters.
Most of the officers, senior fatigue were listed as two of the .
petty officers and their wives, main causes.Everyone knows, or --- -------- w -- ---- --
who acted as chaperones lookedon whould know, that you shouldn't
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'with a 'I wonder how they do drink and drive; alcohol slows ,
it' expression on their faces, as reactions and suppresses ft.
they watched the gyrating judgment. Fatigue has about the \ : :I
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dancers. The floor show featuredan same effect. Waiting until the last 1.'f.iN.0.L.: !! ;:: !f/r:.:/.II:: :: t
minute to back and
Elvis Presley, Jerry Lewis, get then $
Ed Sullivan imitator all wrappedinto rushing yourself when you really : *\ fi & ( ;:
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Claus also in
was attendance segment of the film showed a 'iT
at the pre-holiday ball. sailor, who was on a short liberty,
The Christmas affair was held driving a long distance to see his 4 .
in King Hall gym in NA TrC.Snoopy's :r I
girl partying, going for a swim at J"
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from VF-101 in Key West. It is a signs, distractions from joys of Christmas be yours! ,
relatively new type aircraft, passengers, worn tires, slick
having come to the fleet around road, lighting a pipe while
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A Mystery Wrapping Gifts Baking CakesIf HOLIDAY CUSTOMSThe Christianity over the Byzantine
Julian. Later in Greece,
Mysterious things happen on When German tradition is the weather on St. Nicholas emperor
custom of exchanging of St. Basil were set to
Christmas Eve, say country followed, unwrapping a Day, Dec. 6, is misty, a Dutch at holiday time is older legends music and at Christmas and
greetings sung
of Switzerland. Young legend explain it. St.
legends Christmas gift can be an amusingbut can The custom of Year.St. .
Christmas. the New
than
foretell the future, if Nicholas is baking his cakes.
people
may complicated process.
the Christmas greeting card, Francis of Assisi led the
they drink from nine different One gift may have many Traditional cakes Zelton or
however is relatively new one. of Grecchio in singing
a villagers
fountains while the midnight consecutive wrappings, each Klosse are adorned with different -
cards originatedabout to the Christ
church bells chime. Then, if they with a different name on it, and figures. These, childrenare Christmas hymns of praise
hasten to the church steps, their the final wrapping may reveal told, are the marks made by 125 years ago, in England. Child when in the thirteenth
future mates will await them not a gift, but a card telling where St. Nicholas' donkey as he steps Despite this recent start, printed the century he created a manger
greetings quickly caught scene in this Italian town.
there. the gift is hidden. over the cakes on his way throughthe
of
public fancy and are today one
Somewhat less romantically, Other cards in other hiding mist. of
the most popular forms TRACING
older folk seek to predict the places lead to a treasure hunt,
weather for the coming year, ending in the discovery of the Driving Yule Out Christmas holiday traditions.
using onion peels filled with salt. gift. Santa's source legend says,
St. Knut's Day, Jan. 13, is the DECORATINGThe goes back to the fourth century,
How Many Holidays? {picturing NativityThe traditional time for taking down when St. Nicholas a bishop of
Christmas crib or presepiois Christmas greens in Sweden. gaily decorated tree so Asia Minor, was noted for his
Traditionally, Belgians an especially treasured part of According to custom, as the treeis much a part of Christmas has its generosity and giftgiving.In .
celebrate three holidays at the the Portuguese holiday dismantled, young folk dance counterpart in trees adorned with some countries, St. Nicholasstill
Christmas season beginningwith celebration. Every home and while their elders sing, 'Twen- colorful trinkets during the an- retains his role as gift
St. Nicholas Day, Dec. 6, church seems to have one, and tieth day Knut driveth Yule out.' cient feasts of the winter equinox. bearer. His day is, traditionally
when the good saint brings gifts some of those in the churches are This custom is believed to be This pagan custom of Dec. 6, and European children
for children. masterpieces of art. derived from the laws of King decorating evergreens became await him on St. Nicholas Eve,
Then comes St. Thomas Day, Especially famous is the Canute, written in the early 11th associated with Christmas observances Dec. 5.
Dec. 21. It's a sort of 'trick or presepio in Estrella Church, century and legends link it to A gray horse and a white
treat' day for school children, Lisbon. This Nativity scene the birth of Jesus. One such story donkey have each been credited
who try to play tricks on their depicts the people of Bethleham, Bringing The Tree says that on the night of the with the honor of transportinghim

teachers. in terra cotta figures.. Unique Christmas trees were first Nativity, all woodland trees burst on his gift-giving journeys.
The third holiday, of course, is among the crowd are the figuresof introduced to France in 1837, into bloom and bore fruit.
Christmas. an elephant and a bagpiper.ARDSLCY'S GIVING
when Princess Helen of
Mecklenburg married the Dukeof SINGING
Orleans and brought with her Like greetings, gifts are
to Paris the Yule customs of her With voices lifted in harmonyfor synonymous with Christmas, as
native country.In 'Silent Night', 'The First Noel' part of a custom that probablyhas
spite of this and many later and other beloved songs, today's its beginning in the Wise
carolers on a Christmas Men's of gold,
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sleek jet fighters and huge /
military transports when} they
gave civilian pilots clearance to ::
land their private airplanes here Tc -1
Saturday.It _
marked l the first time that _
anyone can remember that sucha
large number of private planes
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have been given clearance to ,, :
land here. The pilots from the
Daytona Beach Aero Club, began P ,
landing at 8:30: a.m. and were .
guests of the air station for the b I
day. t _
Interested in learning the # !
functions of a military air i
facility, the group was met by
Capt. H. O. Cutler, NAS com- -f _
manding officer, and were givena JL 4
briefing on the station and its

air previously operations.visited a ,commercialair The club In the NAS Tower... ..and at VW-4

facility in Miami to get a
behind the scenes look at the
commercial air line.
The private pilots toured the 6. ". .
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Fleet Air Wing 11, and the =
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The following 'statement was sonnel were killed and many We must cty all
issued by the Chief of Naval thousands more were injured in direction.
Operations In a recent message. such accidents. 'Commanding
'During the coming holiday 'The very effective defensive others in
season, tens of thousands of our driving course of the National must take very /
navymen will be traveling the Safety Council which is now being steps using
higheways to be with friends and vigorously sponsored within the disposal to
loved ones at this special time of Navy Department has not yet are made
I good will toward men. reached a majority of Navy scious prior to
'Driving during the Christmas personnel. But we know from As a suggested
holidays is particularly hazar- experience the number of sonnel should : :;.::y;,.:>:!::1;; :.. .

dous because of the record automobile accidents involving drive def ;
numbers of vehicles on the navy personnel can be distance and i
nation's highway. Past experience significantly reduced by influencing driving; make ;
has shown that tragedywill the attitudes of Navy allowances for ..ii
strike some, as a result of drivers concerning the hazards of conditions;
automobile accidents. During FY driving and the techniques of speed; and rusrwu"I
1969, over 500 of our Navy per- automobile accident prevention. others.
'The Navy's

___-----------JIIDII,.,. cidents, zero' INSPECTION Cdr. Frank J. Dusenberry (foreground)
fatalities. more than 30 years of Naval service Nov.26 during a retirement
Start with a lot at the Naval Air Rework Facility. Capt. D. II. Heile, NARF
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for a lot less Many Wise Men?

.o wise men? and myrrh.
with this New Testament stories Another explanation for the
performer Nativity, only St. Matthew number three is the legend that
'wise men from the east' the wise men symbolized all
many wise men followed humanity, in turn represented by
to the manger is not the races of Shem, Ham and
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During the sixth century, the
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legends, the wise men were given
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the Angler Hdq. 1660 Blanding Blvd. 1-Door Hardtop V-8.. Auto trans., R&H.
Cent. H & A. Lg. family room.
Tel. 387.1841 Moderate down pay. Assume 514' per 66 VW Station Wagon $1595
cent loan. 771-8976.
VALUES1 Deluxe

HELPIOVERSTOCKED WHOLESALE 65 FALCON $895 '.
Sewing machines, Zig Zags $24.50. OAK HILL PARK .
Straight -sew 1450. Singer Golden }Door. V-8,,_Auto Trans., Air Cond. Radio & Heater.
Assume 511. per cent G.I. Loan, 3 BR. PRICE TO EVERYONE
Sew $39. Singer Golden Touch &,Sew 2 B., dishwasher, built-in stove big 64 RAMBLER $795
48. Several consoles, $14. Electrolux screened porch, carport, close to -.
vacuum cleaner, $14.50. Stereo con school, nice wooded lot. 7717268. Auto. Trans., Radio Heater
sole model $69. All guaranteed. Cashor
terms. Bank AmerlCard welcome. OVER SO CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
Come see or call.Open 8 to 8 daily, 1 to
6 Sunday. .
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NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS" Orange Park, House unfurn.,4 BR,3
Consoles some with AM FM, tape Baths, Built In kitchen, Large INC.
players. At dealers cost. to liquidate wooded lot. 264 4367. SURPLUS GOODS ,
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771 0409.

2BR. APT. FURNISHED DiSCdUNT STORE I 1150 lwe Ave., So. Phone 781-5511 ,

HORSES BOARDED Orange Park 5 mins. to NAS Will rent Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM t
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For Your Information GI GourmetsTo



Vets Have Reemployment Rights On Get Christmas Treat


Each ,year more than 700,000 Only military service counted position ,or another position for

... members of our Armed Forces toward the time limit is that which placement is being con- WASHINGTON (AFPS) -
'.._.n, return to civilian life and to their which interrupts the person's sidered.In American military personnel
f former jobs or seek other types of latest period of civilian em- addition to the above throughout the world will dineon
employment. The Military ployment which he left to enter benefits, a person must be con- traditional roast turkey-
Selective Service Act of 1967 military service.He sidered for all promotions for with-trimmings on Christmas.The .
; i., "I' provides reemployment rights, must apply for reemployment which he would have been con- holiday menu will include -
; (other than a temporary within 90 days from the sidered had he not been absent assorted nuts candy and
I" with
cocktail
'" 1" \,;/ position) as. set forth by the date of separation from active for military service. Upon return fruit shrimp with
crackers, roast turkey
1 1ACRC following conditions: military service or from from military service he is en- gravy cornbread dressing,
i' He must have completed his hospitalization extending for a titled to all seniority he would cranberry sauce, mashed pota
H. C. Barnes military service under honorable period of not more than one year have had, had he remained in his toes and glazed sweet potatoes,
conditions. after separation.He civilian job. A person is also buttered mixed vegetables or
There is no service limitationfor must be qualified to per- entitled to retention after peas, assorted crisp relishes,
FOR RENT r those inducted into the Armed form the duties of his former reemployment for a period of one hot rolls with butter fruitcake,
Forces. For enlistees the where separationfor mincemeat pie pumpkin pie
year, except
with iced
tea
ORANGE PARK LIONS CLUt limitation is five years, providedthat cause becomes necessary.An with lemon whipped topping.,
For service in excess of four FRIENDLY, RELAXED & whose
PARTY BANQUETS employee agency Every effort will be made to
DANCESAll years is at the request and for the QUIET ATMOSPHERE fails to restore him or improperly serve this menu to men assigned
Occasions convenience of the Federal iiimiiimiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiimimiiiimitn restores him after military to isolated units in Viet
, Call: Mr. Carrol Nix Government, (plus any period of IDEALLY LOCATED FOR service has the right to appeal the nam. Normally this is done by
264.2398After additional service under certain CECIL FIELD, N.A.S. action. Such appeals should be helicopter airlift. In those few'
4 P.M.M
conditions specified by law). The CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, filed with the Atlanta Region of instances where units are on
CHURCHES AND patrol during the holiday meal
the U.S. Civil Service Com-
11= ..I. I' ..............SHOPPING.........,......,..............., mission not later than 15 calendar be period provided this upon same their dinner returnto will

Mr.& Mrs. Payton Watson, days following the agency's base camp, usually within
771.6666 action.STEAK. 24.48 hours.According.
to the Directoratefor
Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.
: GOOD NEWS FOR ., Turn South 2 Blocks Food Service Office of the
Past Forrest High School. Assistant Secretary of Defense
(Installations and Logistics),
YOUNG SERVICEMENReliable (SoLONIALOREST 0o the same basic menu will be
served throughout the rest of
ca the world with
along any addi-
tions which local conditions will
auto insurance for E-1 1, E-2, E-3, E-4 F permit, such as offering ham as
and single NCO's is now available from Criterion a choice in addition to turkey.

Insurance Company. Criterion is a GEICO 5928 FIRESTONE ROAD estimates The Defense the Supply approximate Agency

affiliate and specializes in car insurance for pounds of major components to

young military personnel. You will enjoy Important be issued for the holiday dinnerat
: turkey. 3.360.000; shrimp
'
benefits like these: convenient pay. 504,000; potatoes J45,000' ; cran-

ment plans,countrywide claim service, driver berry sauce 4H0.719( fruitcake
420,000 mincemeat.
;
training discounts and complete coverage. 315,000; pumpkin. 304.584!> ;; and
candy 252,000.
Criterion is licensed and complies with Mil-

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Massachusetts. Call781-7600 for complete ,

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-.i--' : Tree Radiates Yule MeaningThe ... :,;j

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Christmas tree, a uni- an era when Illiteracy was read a rarity. }
versally recognized symbol of common and the ability to A play about Eve's eating i
T the merriest season, radiatesthe and the belief In Christ as the forbidden fruit In the
meaning of the Christ- the "Light of the world." garden of Eden was enacted 4
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mas story Although only a centuryand with only one prop on stage, ,
For many people, the tree a half old in America, .a single, apple-laden fir that
IdI:_ _ recalls the atmosphere of the the custom of the tree hasa became known as the Para- ,'
holiday home and thus reflects history that is measuredin dise Tree. The play ended
the joyful warmth of many centuries. The fore- with the promise of the com-
the season. runner of today's Christmastree ing of Christ and was usually ;;
presented Just before Christ-
As a religious symbol, the was seen in medieval
tree with Its lights and miracle plays, which were mas.
greenery represents both the produced as religious instruc- At about the same time, d
story of the garden of Eden tion for the illiterate in people also decorated for the
Christmas season with pyra-
? ... mid-shaped frames of light, s
{{
symbolizing the birth of
Christ as the Light of the


50%/ on world.Early Paradise efforts Tree to and combinethe the

Christmas Light pyramid are ;,'

}..; .f". ;>.. ;.t. .:..... recorded in manuscripts from
:;; Germany dating to the 16th
v ; :!L :: .j ; at Sheratonon
: .: 1:.:. : ;:. 1. century, collected by the
BOTH ELEMENTS THAT LED TO TODAY'S Christmas tree-
research li
Hallmark Cards -
the Paradise Tree and the Christmas Lights pyramid-are shown
in this antique Christmas card of the 1880's. The curd was published brary.
by Opbacher Brothers of Munich, Germany, and is part of weehends. The first tree was thoughtto
the Hallmark Cards Historical Collection.
have been brought to the
United States by Hessian
any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn soldiers during the American
Why Do You See In the Continental U.S..* at Vz the regularrate Revolution. These homesick
and soldiers and other immi-
on Friday, Saturday, Sunday
nights. grants carried the tree i
You don't have to be In uniform.All you throughout the country.A .
So Many Of TheseIn need Is your ID. J -
Next time you get a weekend pass, \ major setback almost
unwind in style at Sheraton. occurred in Cleveland in

p a pO Reservatlons are accepted on a 1851 when a pastor decorateda
[J "Standby Basis" only and are subjectto tree in his home. His
space availability at time of check-in. parishioners condemned the
Offer does not apply to the St. Regis- tree as pagan, but relented
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HotelGULF velt again nearly stampedout
Almost daily we are asked why it is that so many cars are sold LIFE CENTER the practice when, he
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this size? For instance in what other town of less than 3,000
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drive from wherever they are, and so much easier to reach and COME & GET THEM SO WE CAN MAKE ROOM FOR THE 70S. \-P.
shop in than more heavily congested areas. They like the ;( .
friendly treatment they find in a small town. They welcome the :,\
reasonable prices made possibly by the lower operating costs in R/10J
Green Cove Springs.They appreciate the fact that here they are R/I0's' ; .'
treated as valued customers not statistics on a sales chart. THREE TWO TWO R/16 s .
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and you'll SEE why so many cars are sold in Green Cove With Radio without Radio With Radiol50i69S .., _
Springs. Our slogan'Putting You First Keeps Us First' is the RETA'L' RETAIL'
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December 18, 1969 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER (
. Pare /17

you can help with the forest
Millions Up In SmokeBy problem. First you can use your

influence to help take steps to

prevent wild fires. Talk with your
friends and contacts in your
J02 Richard
Spunaugle I
business, profession, church, }

One of the most dangerous and pollution.The school, or community. If you area .

devastating forms of destructionis yearly' wood crop income landowner take prevention
the Wildfire. Over measures to protect your land. As
130,000 acresof taken from the state's forests has
an interested citizen take an k ,.
open
Florida Forests lost
are each amounted to
over$1 billion in
stand against causes of fires,As a r -
in fires
year resulting from past years, however it is not the
nature lover forests
careless burning of trash or only protect your
camp justification for Florida
fires from and report all uncontrolled firesto !?
sparks cigarettes or r- i ;
Forests.As the cities
automobile exhaust, the grow peopleare county fire control units.
thrown closer and closer
malicious woods burner, and together, causing a demand and To actuate a program to keep ; pA

others. need for more outdoor recreation with the needs of the people, it
This fire which
causes all the areas. The areas needed are for will call for increased protectionfrom
damage kills smaller trees and such outdoor sports as picnicking fire, insects and diseases;
while it
seedlings scorches and
camping, pleasure reforestation; which will include

weakens.the their growth. older and trees, stunting them driving, hiking, photography, seeding forest with faster PN3 John Jackson and SN Dennis Doutrick stretch to tain control of

for leaving insects tree identification, bird watching growing and better quality trees; the basketball in the VA-44 Admin contest. (Photo by Binton)
and
likely targets hunting, fishing, boating, improved forestry managementand
diseases. Wild fires don't start by swimming and more..Within the assistance; informing and
72 PresentedThe
themselves, nineteeen out of next thirty years the requirementfor continuing of close cooperationby Trophies

twenty are started by people. recreation areas will be four State and Federal research

During a two year period, 1965 times greater than at the to provide solutions to
program
present lead in the
to.1967, Florida residents payed 'Blackshoes of Attack them to gain a 10 point
time. forest to meet the
over $13 million in taxes to problems Squadron FORTY FOUR tangled first quarter, and gradually in-
You might want to know how predicted needs.
protect forests in this state. This among themselves in a spirited crease it before the final whistle .
appropriation of funds was to basketball battle in the NAS Cecil had sounded. Doutrick's 'pencil ,.

pay, train, equip, and supply 225 ,. ... Field Gym on the 10th of pushing pals' gave him ample
December, and the result was support. SN Tom Sabin, YN3 Jim
fire of
fighting crews the ... .. ... .,.
Forestry Service. These funds :: '; Yeomen 74 points, Personnelmen Zerillo, and YN3 Dick McCoy

were allocated just to protect, the .x 52.The earned IS points apiece. Even
people and their property who :.. YEeoman was estatic breathless YN2, Gene lien-

live or visit in the great outdoors, about their victory and the 72 derson, managed one field goal
'
from their own careless and .' !i'' ;:. trophies they received that and two successful foul shots.
evening at the victory .
thoughtlessness.Recent ... ; The personnelmen were
ii. celebration. YES 72
years Florida's Forest blessed with the talents of Chiefs'Dunn
crop income was exceeded only j TROPHIES MARKED NO and Linder, but theycouldn't
DEPOSIT NO RETURN AND
,
by that income from tourist
: their going
trade. With the ever increasing _ FILLED TO THE BRIM WITH' right. Their get most game valuable
:ijL: SPARKLING 'middriff brew.
population the U. S. Forest ,< hoopster was PN3 John Jackson,

Service has made the predictionthat Famed sports skeptic, Snoopy who grabbed 19 points.He .
the use of wood products will Blackburn, officiated at the

double before the year 2000. r game, so both sides were happy also had the distinction of
While this,, population explosion with most of the calls on the being the most 'foul against'
continues to use more wood court. player in the game.sorry about
products it also is reducing SN Dennis Doutrick set the that!

available acreage needed for pace for the Yeomen in this

growing the timber.In the past 15 second annual basketball contestof The final score was con.

years,nearly two million of the 23 what has become the most vincingly in the Yeomen's favor,

million acres of Florida's Forestsare YN3 Jim Zerillo goes up for two points before the hapless Per. bitter rivalry in the 'hornet' so the only undecided thing
presently being utilized by sonnelmen close in on him during a basketball game between VA-44's administrative department. He remaining after the game was
the population for urban Yeomen and Personnel. (Photo by Binion) made 22 points.It whether or not the Personnelmenwould
was the overwhelming depthof process the Yeomen's
.
development.These
Sat. 20 Dec. Sole
DynmaicsSun.
the Yeomen team that enabled Christmas leave requests.
fires not only destroy'a
Beacon' ClubCome ., 21 Dec. Phil Cay and the
valuable crop but it also adds to Chantels .
the ever increasing pollution
problems. The smoke from one, come all to the

forest, woods, grass and muck Falstaff Sports night,Tuesday, 23

fires is a hazard to flying and December, 1969V The Falstaff '
highway travel and also pollutesthe Company will show sports filmson .
this day and during this time BILLS .
smut
air. Burning deposits
lakes and all Falstaff beer will be sold at .. : ,,, .
and debris in ponds, .
steams, and removes ground one-half price. ,
The Beacon Club is featuringthe '" ,; ;;, /
cover and humus, thereby con-
: out-rank
tributin to contamination and following bands on the nights :

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siltation of water. Forest "" : ':; ::1.
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Caution i4i Caduceus Edges FAETU


DriversJax To Win IM Golf TitleJax

-The NAS intramural golf Caduceus edged FAETU 54 in

-A special word of cautionto championship for fall was won bya the 18-hole finale and NARTU
all drivers has been issued by powerful Caduceus team but walked away from Hospital 6-3
the station Security Office con they had to give it their best shotto for third place.In .
cerning the heavy road con get past FAETU in the final the opening round of play
match. FAETU downed NARTU 6-3 and
struction presently taking placeon
Roosevelt Blvd from the Main ?7 Caduceus smashed Hospital, 7-2.

Gate to Lakeshore Blvd.
Large road building equipmentwill Basketball Caduceus
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be the
operating throughout
area and other such equipmentwill StandingsAmerican Walt Brittle 73
V John McAleer .73
be parked on all sides of the :
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Jim Kinder
road.
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As safe drivers we know that a )1' VP-45 3.1NAT1'C Bill Ferris .' .85

lot of accident producing factorsare .. ,. ;1 ,'. 2-2 Oscar Gray 89
present. Caution and .0 :' A-C Maint 1-2 "
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foresignt must be displayed when rk!(Q t ; J VW-4 rr:', 1-2 '" : ."
driving through that area at : : ,.,.- Admin 1-3
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night as well as in the day. W \ FWF 0-5 ..
N < t., Ernest Taylor 75
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All North bound motorists : "$< l t l National Kelly Reese 76
leaving the air station's Main Dave Traut 79
SHOES FOR CHRISTMAS DT1 Jim Strange from the Acey Ducey
Gate must.be extremely careful chief of Bob Thompson 82
Advisory Board presents a check to Howard E. McVeigh ComFairJax 3-1
r when to Roosvelt. Ben Greene 84Fina'i
entering on
Jacksonville Juvenile Facilities. This will help
institutions at the 679th 'l 2.1 t
Keep your vehicle under control Santa give at least 30 of the rejected or orphaned children new shoes Hospital : 2.1
t and at a low safe speed.
for Christmas. Marine Bks l 2.1
The commanding officer urges MARTD '.c' 2-2

4 each of us to leave home a few Round Five Wins Medical 2-2
minutes earlier than usual to MAD 1-2

arrive at work safely. and on Air Ops 1-2 BowlingStandings
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Round Five team first did
joyment., picnic Act built Today for I your Call:en- away with Continental League i TUESDAY, JAN. 13 THURSDAY,JAN. 15 Flap Jax No. 1 ; 40-16

EL VERANO MOTOR COURT champion CPO's (VW-4) 3-1 and AOMD No. 2 36-20
Mr. F. 8. Martin, aiana.e r then polished off National 4:30: p.m.Marine Brks vs Air Ops 4:30: p.m.Medical MARTD : Eagles 36-30
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Crown over FICEUR .... Ah ,
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Jax -- The pistol team from
K.E.
Partridge, and J.11.
MAD! was awarded the fall Intramural Johnson.

Pistol Championship at Kunner-up team memberswere
NAS Jax last week on the basis of : H.T.
Hugghins, D. Felps,
their 1,036.53 average points per F.C. Baker, K.R. Payne, and J.
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week.In Betty.

competition with 10 other Each of the ten teams in the
teams MAD edged out the competition is allowed a ." ,
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FICEUIt team that compiled maximum of ten team members Yet f .1 N
1,002.68 points per week. of which the top four scores are
counted. The program is con.
Members of the championMAD ducted under the direction of the
team included: K.U. station Small Arms .1 :: r '. .- .
Kinnel, K.L. Yoak C.G. Knutson, Marksmanship Instructor.
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they trounced Admin 98-29. unbeaten, battled it out for first
Center Jimmy Stevenson led place with ComFair taking a .
the Red Darters dropping in 26 Gary Honeycutt was top scorer may
St. Johns Mobile Homes points while teammates Fred for the Center firing in 21 and convincing 61-44 victory Thur-
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Jordon hit 25 and Randy Parmley Roger Mohr added 18 and Charles Guards Chuck Dettrey and
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Tony Bonura and Joe Webster
Art Cronk was high scorer for
scoring 14 and Mike Whaley 11.TheMlGHTYMite tively. Gary Wilcox notched 14
l ( Admin with 12. and Bob Grady added 12 for the

r"'HThMerriest m __ I __ ,, _-.a....I losers.
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they pounded FICEUR 5735.
CHRISTMAS : Harold Jones led the winners
: with 18 and Jim Grover added a

And The Happiest OUTPERFORMEDPIONEER0 Ji J JY with dozen high 14.The in. point support.man for Tom the Taylorwas losers

'Mad Foxes' from VP-5
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Safety ForHappier

t Holiday .




HappeningsJax .. Elaborate holidays F

decorations, attractive though
they may be, are frequently
responsible for costly fires
resulting in health injuries,
property damage and even death.
To help avoid such unnecessary
tragedies, the commanding officer
has issued a notice listing
precautionary safety measures
that should be observed duringthe
holidays.
Christmas trees are one of the
primary safety hazards, as they
tend to dry out quickly and
become easily ignitable. THE Q
NOTICE recommends allowingthe
tree to stand outdoors in
water for a few days before,
decorating it, and disposing of it
as soon as it has served its pur
pose. WHILE USING IT, THE
-' BASE OF THE TREE SHOULDBE
IMERSED IN WATER IN
o ORDER TO DELAY THE ON-
SET OF DRYNESS.
Christmas trees should be well
supported and placed away from
sources of heat such as fireplacesand
radiators. The tree should be
located in a place where, stan-
ding or fallen, it could not block
the way out of a room or house in
case of fire.Artificial .
trees present a different :
though equally : :

ones.dangerous Careful, hazard discriminationshould from live

be used when selecting an
artificial tree. Plastic and
metalized plastic trees can burn,
so use only those which are
clearly marked as slow burning
materials.If .
you are using a metal tree 1
this year, use only indirect -j
lighting. Metal trees will not
burn, but string lights could
caused them to become 'charged'
with electricity, producing a !
highly dangerous shock hazard. Tri -
Wax candles should never be
used when decorating trees or
windows. Instead, use only 1
electric lighting sets that bear the r' ..
Underwriter's Laboratories (UL) T ,5 .' .
label,and be sure that the fuse of
the elevtric circuit serving the : t The Management and Staff, of Big R
tree is not over 15 ,amperes. Chrevolet extend to you and your family, ,
Always turn off all tree lighting d their sincerest appreciation for your loyal
before retiring or leaving the ,
house. k4 patronage. Looking forward to serving you
Children's toys are also a S in the future we send you one and all best
frequent source of Holiday wishes for the Merriest Christmas ever.

danger. When shopping for toys, .
don't buy pyroxylin plastic dollsor ..
play items. Toys operated by may
flammable fuels ,' 4.
are especially ''J .
dangerous, as they may upset f> x t
and set fire to children's clothing, -
the tree or the house itself. HARRIS, FALK ..
Children's playsuits should be Manager
made of flameproofed materials.To .
insyre holiday safety
measures are followed aboard
station, the station fire 'depart LJs '
ment must be notified before
Christmas decorations may be
set up in barracks, offices and
places of public gatherings. The ;47J
number to call for a preliminary
inspection is ext. 2451.

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