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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 25, 1970
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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AMS2 Segar Named

Thanksgiving Reflections, 1970It

Sailor of MonthJax
is paradoxical that some of the people who make up the wealthiest
nation in this world seldom take time to be thankful; in fact, they
must be prodded every November into giving thanks. Fortunately Overall excellence in the
most of us are thankful for 'our bountiful blessings,' as the Chaplainsare performance of all assigned
wont to say, but rarely do we really reflect on this at any other duties combined with outstanding
time than Thanksgiving. leadership abilities and an
Thankfulness Thanksgiving, if one prefers is not necessarily a exemplary appearance have
purely American tradition,although we make more of a to-do about it earned AMS2 Harold H. Segar of
than most others. Jews, for instance, have been observing a king of the Aircraft Maintenance
Thanksgiving for more than 5700 years; their Feast of Passover is an Department the title of NAS
annual expression of gratitude to God for deliverance from slaveryand Serviceman of the Month for
a safe exodus from Egypt. October.A .

at 3 native of Everett, Wash.,
; ey e,7g AMS2 Segar is assistant work
&j center supervisor and collateral
f duty inspector for the Hydraulic
t; ; la wBEST- Shop at AMD. In a letter
nominating him for the monthly

title, Cdr. M.C. Premo, AMD
officer, reports, 'In addition to
DRILL TEAM MATS6 Drill Team members display Wit displaying outstanding qualitiesin
trophy they received for being ludged the best marching unit at the the areas of evaluation, Petty
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Arlington Shopping Center Parade Nov. 14. The award was presentedat Officer Segar possesses a cordial
a banquet held by the Arlington Optomist Club. Club President personality and a positive attitude
Walter T. Matthews was on hand to conduct the presentation. In. which serve to enhance his
<.... scribed on the trophy is: 'Arlington Optimist Youth Appreciation many other line traits.'
Parade .Best Marching Unit.: AMS2 Segar and his wife Vera
Those team members present at the banquet are (left to right) LCpl. Ellen reside in Jacksonville with
Other nations, civilizations and cultures have also been observing Ronald E. Ledford; PFC Glen E. Bowers, team commander; PFC old
various kinds of Thanksgivings for milenia; there is considerable Charles H. Kreminski, team guide; PFC Robert D. Wolf and PFC their 2 year daughter
Michelle. For the Serviceman
evidence that even several prehistoric societies had ceremonies of Michael J. O'Berry. winning -
giving thanks usually for a plentiful harvest year but sometimes fora of the Month title, Segar
number of other reasons as well. and his family will receive a tour

Of course there are always some Americans who might ask: 'What A Very Personal Type of St. Augustine, compliments of
have I got to be thankful for?' the USO, and a gift certificate to

We do, if we should be thankful so many that they would be impossible the Candlelight Restaurant.
to enumerate in this limited space. Also nominated for October
Perhaps the spirit of American Thanksgiving in this 194th year of Of Day : ThanksgivingBy Serviceman were BUt Nondas L.

our Republic might be summed up: 'Be thankful we are Americans!' Harrington, SeaBee Division;
Sgt. Ricky L. Sermons, Marine
- Barracks; AE3 Alston M. Atkins,

Thanksgiving GreetingsThanksgiving Thanksgiving is a very special thing. In fact, it's so personal that a Special Services; and ATRAN
look into its meaning may scare us. It may threaten our in- Joseph H. Vickers, AOMD.
America is a unique America. Families dependence. It confronts us with God.

gather to offer their prayers of thankfulness, to ask for We can paper over thanksgiving's meaning with a lot of platitudes

His strength and guidance in the coming year, and His about God's blessing our country, the greatness of .our religious THANKSGIVING
heritage,and the goodness of God.We may really believe what we say.
continued For those of who cannot
blessing. you gather But if we're honest with ourselves, we admit that what we remembermost
with your immediate families, please join with me, at at thanksgiving is the great four day weekend we enjoyed with -
least in spirit, as a member of the NAS Jacksonville our family or girlfriend, that successful fishing trip, or that lost sack MENU

family and let us pay tribute to Almighty God, humblyand time we made up.
These things are important-even crucial to our survival, in a world
sincerely, and thank Him for the bountiful blessingsof
1 where loneliness, boredom, and purposelessness are the, lair we BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal
our great country.As breath.But what about God-where does He fit? Fried
Eggs to Order, French
we gather to partake of the magnificence of Part of the problem is that we don't know much about God. God is an Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choice of
America, let us also be thankful for the heritage we intruder into our lives. He makes us feel guilty about things we do. He Grilled Bacon, Ham or Pork

enjoy as Americans. We are as rich in heritage as we worries us with all that stuff about judgement and Hell. He inhibitsour Sausage, Hash Brown Potatoes,
freedom by looking shoulder all the time. We wish His
over our Iced
are in material things a proud heritage that has Cinnamon Snails.
guardian angels would get lost so we could have some fun.
passed from generation to generation. To the many men We forget that God is a person. We forget that Heloves, hates, feels, BRUNCH Fried
and women serving in the Navy here today that are and hurts. We forget that we love hate and feel pain because He Order, Choice-of Grilled Eggs Bacon to,

adding to our heritage, I offer my heartfelt thanks. As I shared the part of Himself with us. Ham or Pork Sausage, Grilled
go around the station and observe our servicemen and The Biblical writers were thankful because 'the Lord is good' Hamburgers or Cheeseburgers.French .
(Psalm 100:5): Their experience of God convinced them that He cared
women and our civilian employees going about their Fried Potatoes, Potato
deeply about them and desperately wanted to pour His goodness into
duties, it gives me a unique feeling of pride of what is their lives. Their gratitude overflowed because they knew God, they Cake Chips, Baked Beans, Assorted

right with America. II, o humble,1! : gratitude,! as had t tasted His goodness, had savored His loving care.: Given a choice i Doughnuts.
another American 'onftbjs l (darof' r"ancsjgiying.i ( ; between God and another god, they would chooSe HIm enthusiastically j jSUPPER' .- TuMcey' i JJ|JlltSoupC i
ipa mjiute.( It's no contest because,'the Lord is good'* i jju, t. [ j/1/ I'
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Capt. J.R. Kincaid CO NAS Jax Get personal aboutThanksgivttig.Ask yourself if you know who God TurkeySteam hip
Round
is.Are know Him do Beef, Brown Beef Gravy,
you grateful you or you resent Him?Thanksgiving
Giblet
Gravy, Mashed Potatoes,
begins in confrontation-your confrontation with a personal God.
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JTAX AIR NEWS I Station Holiday; Schedule j 'CeleryVchilled+Corn, Sweet Buttered( Potatoes Cranbrrv Green\,!Peas Sauteed;$a,wlt"l. f t ,

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Jax L:The following facilities\ will be' Pen on Thanksgiving Day. [, Wedges i

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Hobby Shop 9 aim to 5:30: p.m. Tomatoes, Waldorf Salad,
Russian
distributed each Thursday at, the U$, Naval Air Station, Library 1 to 9 p.m Dressing, Fruit Cake,
Jacksonville/ Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Theaters 2pm, Pumpkin Pie, Mincemeat Pie,
private firm All Copy submitted Bowling Alley v Ice Cream,' Hot Dinner Rolls,
for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Noon to Midnight
must be forwarded to the Public 'Affairs, Off,-.., Box 2. NAS Indoor Swimming Pool Noon to 8 p.m. Butter, Assorted Beaverages.
Jacksonville by 12:00: noon on Monday before pufcfittirnn. iVrws Game Center ':.' .' ;: : 10 a.m. to 11 p.m.

items are welcomed from all sources- Telephone/ ""':.tllH, or Tower Cafeteria Continuous Meal Schedule
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3119. Golf Pro Shop 8a.m.to5p.m.
19th hole Snack Bar '
9a.m.to6p.m. Jax.-The traditional 1
Advertisement are solicited/ by the publisher/ and yu< -.s Bowling Alley Snack Bar ? Noon to 11 p.m, Thanksgiving Day dinner with
concerning: such should be directed to Pirates Cove 9 a.m to Midnight turkey and all the trimmings will

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY NATTC Cafeteria 9 aim to 9:30: p.m. be served at allNASgalleystomorrow -
USNH Snack Bar
11 a.m. to 8:30:
p.m. and servicemen
invitedto
4747 San Juan are
Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210
bring their
Telephone 388.2755 On Friday all Navy Exchange and Special Services activities will be for dinner. families or guests
open regular hours except for the following:
Snack Bars'-Hangars 1000 and Bldg.200 On Thanksgiving Day brunch
VOL. 28 NO. 36 NOVEMBER 25, 1970 NATTC Cafeteria Closed will be served between 7 and 10
9 to 9:30: .
Candlelight p.m a.m.and dinner will be from 1 to 5
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Marines Get New
Civilians Get Tests .
Eye
ATTENTION!
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Commanding Office r '
: The LATWINGER has a .,
box of extra pictures and GLAUCOMA tests were givento w'w'
Major W.R. Bowers was lie is the holder of the Joint negatives. People having Civilian employees last week
relieved as commanding officer Service Command Medal, RVN had their pictures taken, ((17 and 18 November), Of the 301
of Marine Barracks, NAS, Cecil Cross of Gallentry with Palm, and desiring 'to have the persons who were tested 3 per
Field November 19 by Major D.A. The Navy Commendation Medal photos can come to the cent were referred to private
Powell in change of command with 'V', among others. Public Affairs Office physicians. Mrs. Mary Linning, a
ceremonies held on the parade Major Powell is married to the building 12 and pick them registered nurse with special
deck at Old Yellow Water. former Ann Fannon of Buzzards up. training in Glaucoma detection,
administered the test and was C
Major Bowers will report to the Bay, Massachusetts. assisted by Mrs. Florence Baker

commanding general of Marine and Mrs. Blanche Touchton, Red .
Corps Base, Quantico, Virginia ti Cross Volunteers. tI
where he will attend 'Amphibious r The examination is a service I
Warfare School' before provided by the Lions Clubs of

reassignment Duval County through an annual
: made to the Duval Branch
Major Powell enlisted in the ;,,{J.f' grant
'of the Florida Society for
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Marine Corps in 1953 and servedin
Prevention of Blindness.
the enlisted ranks as a 4r
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before
sergeant being com- '
': ; thief of sight' because it strikes
missioned as a SecondU. in 1958. slowly and painlessly. It has
Prior to reporting aboard, Major become a leading cause of I.
Powell was a staff member with blindness among adults in' the
Headquarters, MACV J-6 in the United States. Even though Prevention of Blindness, Phone
Republic of Vietnam responsiblefor glaucoma strikes mostly those 398-8879 or Glaucoma Screening
communications planning. over 35, Opthamologists Program, Phone 398-7091, for
recommend that information as to where and
every person
1 Scout News over 18 be tested periodically for when they can obtain this service (
the disease. without charge.
1 Cecil Field will be attacked this mot, Remember the best defense

I weekend. Ih wi against glaucoma is an eye RRRR
I No not radical examination at least once every /
by some group %4tmi
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but by the Cub Scouts. t e, i R two years or every year if it is HONDA r1 ,
f I in one's family Blood Relation.
Cecil Field's own Cub Scout Those who missed the
; Pack 365 will conduct a canned examination last week are en- MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
goods collection drive this 949 BLANDING BLVD.
couraged to contact Mrs. Linning
Saturday, November 21, between at the Florida Society for PHONE 771-8244
1 9 and 1 in station housing: Cub-

master Leo Gagnon anticipatesthat I J
more than thirty boys, most
of them sons of Cecil Field per- 'I ACCEPT SIR' Mal D. A. Powell receives the Marine Corps flag
sonnel, will participate in the from Mal.| W. R. Bowers during change of command ceremony at
attack. Marine Barracks.

The mission of the attack is to ---------- ----- --
gather canned goods from station, L. .
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residents. These will, in.turn, be '
assembled at the Chapel 'and. ..",. "
formally presented to.the
Salvation Army. They will be '1
distributed among poor families ,, t .fl 19t\ I t

whose Thanksgiving would not be .

happy otherwise. A ,small ..
donation from the Pack treasurywill
also be given.

Gagnon hopes Cecil Field i id'1
residents will dig deep into their
kitchen shelves and load the Cubs Luxury Apartments
down with goods. It's for a worthy
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STERNDRIVES presents for your family, you certainly don't want to have

MERCURY the unhappy feeling of being short of shopping money.
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ltt1W&PPil Christmas Club account. You'll never miss the little
fil.
EXPERT i1 deposit made each week but you'll certainly appreciate f,

REPAIR m\ 's / that one big check next November. Just choose the
SHOP f y% amount you'd like to receive and start decorating your

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4 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER NOVEMBER 25, 1970

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195 Years of Religious ServiceJax W4 f ,Y,:


I On Saturday Navy Chaplains will celebrate another birthday observingthe

founding of the Navy Chaplain Corps as an integral part of the Navy. .

When the Corps was established by Navy Regulations on Nov. 24, 1775, there d ,
were nine chaplains required to provide divine services aboard ships. Today 4
there are approximately 1000 on active duty serving theNavyMarine Corps and iF4'S ''" t'Yp

Coast Guard at sea and ashore; at home and abroad.

Today's Navy chaplain serves
in a unique and significant role as development and fulfillment; he significant period of their lives. 4 ; E Eb
he works closely with the men ministers to varied racial and Chaplains specialize in
and women who serve their ethnic groupsand he has an opportunity ministering to young people since
country. Wherever they are to work with young 80 percent of the total military
assigned, they are active in people from all backgrounds in a population is between 18 and 30
humanitarian and charitablework. years of age. To meet their
', '" t.t''1 spiritual needs chaplains have
In Vietnam chaplains have e I been in the forefront in using
distributed food, clothing, sewing innovative techniques to make
material, toys and teaching aidsto a religion significant and relevant.As .
hospitals, schools and or- a modern approach to
phanages, and have taken an religion, group discussions and
active part in medical care seminars, dialogues, folk
programs in villages to aid JPt masses, modern liturgies and
refugees. Working with visual aids are just some of the
missionaries and civilian many methods chaplains use to CHURCH SERVICES ABOARD SHIP A catholic chaplain ad-
religious leaders in foreign communicate with modern ministers the sacraments of the catholic church on the mess deck of
countries, chaplains organize youth. the destroyer USS E.A. Greene during a visit from the aircraft carrier
working parties among J The tireless effort of Navy aboard which he is assigned.
American sailors and, during \ I chaplains to bring the spiritual
their free time in foreign ports, word to military men and women
they work to promote good will has received the support of a \j
and understanding through Navy and MarlneCorps which are %
significant projects. open to new ideas and eager to
The Navy Chaplain is trained to encourage and maintain high
provide the best ministry for : S'Y \ ; standards of moral religious and

meeting the needs of service l 't.w' l:. "> ". ''"\., i">'' spiritual growth among their
personnel and their dependents.His ;...>. .2- : : ;!!.! personnel. In this environment, M
ministry affords an HOLY HELO- Smatter shipsdo chaplains feel that they can be
unequaled variety and is performed not have chaplains, thereforea wholly involved and completely
in an ecumenical setting circuit- riding chaplain tries to committed to their mission: to
unmatched in the civilian parish.He visit Navy vessels other than his bring God to men and men to
has many opportunities for own as frequently as possible, God.
personal and professional often by helicopter The significance of this is
expressed for all Navy chaplainsby
RAdm. Francis L. Garrett,
Chief of Chaplains, who said, 'We
are in a period which will surely
FAT CARS reject any idea of retaining the vf'
status quo ... our mission in the
naval service is ministry and that
holy task will be best accomplished -
DIE YOUNG as we re-enforce our
identity as clergymen together in VIETNAM Navy chaplain Merlen Seiders conducts protestant
the bonds of spiritual unity.. ...' divine services for Marines.
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:;' Fleet has extended
) l. iiff\ t\::;:: congratulations to all Navy
::; chaplains on behalf of the officers
: and men of the Atlantic Fleet as

HAIR STYLIST I L1 772-9687 the Chaplain Corps observes its
195th anniversary on Nov. 28.
5316'JAMMES RD at 103rd l: In his
Burdened with tons of chrome and useless l l f stated ... message Adm. Duncan
the
'From the days of
sheet metal collapse under 'STYLED TO YOU' 6326 103rd St. ::r.
some cars 1 continental Navy, through the
Not You To Fit The Style Grant Shopping Plaza :;t!;:
the strain at a tender age. it.In\ history of our nation, Navy
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OPEN EVENINGS BYAPPOINTMENT H
chaplains have accompanied the
But Volvos live to ripe old ages Because .:t, APPOINTMENTS r<
NOTALWAYS men of the Navy. and Marine
fat. I iV.
i Volvos are unfettered by NECESSARY, Corps in, and }in' war in
PH 172.0133 pfcape
it iI I TheyVe trim.Yet;they Ve designed to make ,,' fi\\ t I'I.'}! calm: and'in'\' crisis. ''Chaplainshave
good use of the space they take up. .);%; :: \Yi+.T' ";;y. :.11qZ1 1 mf. ;* ;i0 {m conveyed the strength of
faith, and ministered to the
That's why a Volvo's trunk holds more
personal, moral and spiritual
than a Lincoln's. And why a Volvo has more needs of Navymen.

leg room in front than a Cadillac and HOLIDAY CASH UP TO S600 'Unstinting in their devotion,
I more in the rear than a Buick.' unselfish in their service, i iij-

So take a look at our Volvos. Driving a ONE' CALL ARRANGES t IT ALL 'spirational 1 in'their example: and:
long-lasting, lean 4<' 'message, the chaplains of the
Examples Navy have rendered outstanding
car can help put :.x.;; :; Service to God and their nation.
the fat where it Amount of loan $ 84.30 $391.29 $599.97 'My personal best wishes to ,
::; each chaplain.'
belongs. Monthly payment $ 5.00 $ 23.00 $ 34.40"
In your bank r---------,
Months to repay 24 24 24 'HON.3..US
account. I I II
VOLVOPARRISH Total of payments $120.00 $552.00 $825.60 I

Annual percentage rate 36.50% 35.50% 32.75% (!

VOLVO I II
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Phone 356-5654 5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895 : USED CAMERAS AND :

4721 San Juan Ave. 384.2314 I EQUIPMENT. WE PAY
Closed Thanksgiving Day 1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764-2583 JTOP DOLLAR 388-8535 J
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Navy Wives Club Holds ; "";."',.,,', w Stables Offer

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Thanksgiving DanceJax More ClassesJax i

Due to Increased t
-The annual Thanksgiving appreciation for his support of demand the NAS Riding
Dance held Saturday by the Navy Jax 86.The Stable it opening three
Wives Club of America Jax 86 dinner hour honored all the extra beginner classes In 1
was a great success, highlightedby club's local chairmen. Each } hunter seat
equitation.
surprises, food and live received 4 IXA r
en- a framed certificateof t 1. ii. This will permit exrollment
tertainment. for her efforts
appreciation of 21 additional beginning
Many guests were present at and hard work this year. The students. ti
the gala event including Registration may
Capt. following chairmen received be made by visiting the
and Mrs. John R. Kincaid ,
Fran Anderson
;Capt. recognition: ; stables, or by calling 772- e
and Mrs. William J. Pressler; Elaine Duval; Kay Wofford, Not 3178.
Capt. and Mrs. R. V. Berry; New Shop; Patty Cress, snack
Capt. and Mrs. Carl D. Simon- bar chairman; Pat Hillis, snack
sen;; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. bar co-chairman; Marilyn ., : '
Slocumb; Mr. and Mrs. CharlesS. Muldoon, nursery chairman; : "hi:;:,::: :r ':' < 'j

.Schroyer; Mrs.Evelyn Fifield, Sharon Havens, layette chair- ,::.._".,.t.' ,..' .',>,":AdSPYFOR : :..
president of Cecil Field No. 121 man; Terry Light, revisions
and Mrs. Helen Hall, vice chairman; Cindy Barnes, 0\0
A SURPRISE Wives Club Jax M President Barbara Howardr
president; and Mrs. Rusty home'purchasing chairman Sue
; ( ) receives a gift of appreciation and Rita
was congratulated by
Howard, president of MayportNo. Bradstreet, building fund;
Brown and Judy O'Rourke her
on reappointment as the NWCA
201.
Shirley Bame, newsletter editor,
National Mimeo Chairman.
A cocktail hour was held Maggie Lucas, audit chairman; RENT
honoring Cindy Barnes, past Flora Kubisiak, master at arms; three consecutive years at Jax nounced that Barbara has been
r president of Jax 86 and Barbara Rose Perry, luncheon chairman; 86's annual children's Christmas nominated by NARTU for ORANGE PARK
Howard, president. Mrs. Barneswas Rena Perry,pin chairman; Ruby parties. Military Wife of the Year and ,
presented a plaque in ap- Shafer, phone chairman; Louise Barbara Howard was the that NWCA Jax 86 has LIONS CLUBfor ',
, preciation for her leadership and Watson, foster child chairman surprised recipient of a dozen unanimously: endorsed the
:, contribution to the successful Evelyn Harmann, points long-stemmedredroses from Bud nomination. She proudly Introduced
endeavors of the club. Mrs. chairman and Lynn Quam, Barnes, a beautiful mounted her husband as the one PARTIES, BANQUETS
I Howard received a gift of ap publicity chairman.The gavel trophy from Cindy Barnes, who makes all the time she givesto DANCES
I preciation was congratulatedon chairman traveling from a lovely little golden apple from the club possible.The All Occasions I
her reappointment as NWCA the farthest point came from the Rose Perry and a Mayport No. CALL MR. CARROL NIX I
National Mimeo Chairman. Mr. North Pole. Capt. Carl D. '201 guard from Mrs. Rusty evening was climaxed with 244-2398 ,
and Mrs. Bob Perry were given Simonsen was presented a jolly Howard, president of the dancing to the musical notes of After p.m.
farewell presents, and Bud little old St. Nick trophy for Mayport branch. It was an the ComFairJax Combo.
Barnes received a certificate of having been Santa Claus for I I


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The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows:
breakfast a.m. to 7:30 a.m.; dinner 11 a.m. to I p.m.; and supper 4 p.m, to S SCt
5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m.; i
dinner-Ham, to,12:30 am.; supper 5.00: p.m. to :1S.: Both Dining halls.observe
the same hours on week-erds and holidays: early breakfast 6:30: a m. to l
8:30: .; brunch 9:30: to 12:30: p.m.;and supper 4 p.m to 5:30pm, 4f
w Personnel on.comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 2S
cents;dinner and brunch for AS cents and supper for SO cent S.

Friday, November 27 Tuesday, December 1 f ,
,
at BREAKFAST .- Hot Oatmeal, Hard BREAKFAST .. Hot Farina, Hard /
Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order,
Griddle Cakes, Fish Portions or Griddle Cakes, Grilled Pork
I'k Grilled Bologna, Creamed Ground Sausage PattiesCreamed Ground
\ ; Beef, Hash Brown- : .' Potatoes, Brown Potatoes. Glazed Butterfly
Blueberry Muffins. Rolls. t
DINNER Manhattan Clam
Chowder, Seafood Platter of Fried DINNER .. Chicken Rice Soup,
Shrimp, Scallops, Oysters & Fish Country Fried Chicken, Chicken
COMPLETES 29 YEARS Retiring to the Fleet Reserve after more Mashed
Portions, Baked Macaroni & Gravy, Mashed Potatoes
than 29 years in th Navy, Senior Chief William H. Goodman Jr. escortshis Tomatoes, Braised Liver & Onions, Sweet Potatoes, Creole Snap Beans,
wife as he is piped over the side. Potatoes AuGratin, Buttered Broccoli Buttered Hominy, Ginger Bread with b' vyp arqTRANSFERS
Spears, Cherry Pie. Vanilla Topping.
SUPPER .. Chicken Noodle Soup, SUPPER. Minestrone Soup, Boiled
Southern Fried Chicken, Chicken Spaghetti Spaghetti Sauce, Baked
Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Bread Lasagna, Toasted Cuban Sticks, fried
Time is running out. Dressing, Southern Style Greens, Egg Plant, Hermits.
.. Lime Jello with Whipped Topping.

f:' ,November 28 TO FLEET
Saturday December 2
Christmas is near. Wednesday RESERVE HMC Morris

EARLY BREAKFAST Hominy BREAKFAST Hot Rolled Oats, Gordon, is piped over the side
Grits, Hard Boiled Eggs to Order, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to after 23 years of active naval

Lay-a-way now! French Grilled Toast Bacon, Griddle, Ham Cakes, or, Minute Choiceof Order Creamed, French Ground Toast Beef, Minute, Hash Steaks Brown, service. He was assigned to the

Steaks, Hash Brown Potatoes, Iced NAS Naval Hospital. Upon his
Potatoes, Iced Bear Claws.
Cinnamon Raisin Rolls. retirement he plans to reside in
BRUNCH Fried Eggs to Order, DINNER Simmered Pea Soup, the Jacksonville area.
Breakfast Meat, Grilled Ham & Boiled Corned Beef or SimmeredBeef
Cheese, Egg Salad Sandwich, f French Natural Brown Gravy,
Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Horseradish Sauce, Boiled White
Beans, Assorted Cake Doughnuts, Potatoes, Buttered Cabbage 8, Hostile Zones Rate
Poncho Pound Cake. Carrots, Peach Pie.
SUPPER .. Grilled Ham Steak
or SUPPER .. Creole Soup, Swedish New Leave
Grilled Salisbury Steak, Cream Meat Balls, Turkey Pot Pie, Mashed Policy
i Gravy, Steamed Rice, Cottage Fried Potatoes, Club Spinach, Seasoned
Potatoes, Boiled Navy Beans, But Mixed French Fried Vegetables, Navymen who are entitled to
tered Tips, Assorted Cup
Asparagus
54100 Chocolate Pudding.
Cakes. hostile fire pay for periods of four

WE ARE NOWOPEN FROM 12-5 Thursday, December 1 consecutive months or longer are
ON SUNDAY TO SERVE YOUIHO'NDA Sunday,November 29 now eligible to collect amaximum
BREAKFAST Buttered Hominy leave accrual of 90
EARLY BREAKFAST Cornmeal Grits, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggsto
Mush, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggsto Order, Griddle Cakes, Grilled Ham days.
& BMW Order, French Toast, Griddle Slices, Minced Beef, Hash Brown
Cakes, Choice of Grilled Bacon, Ham, Potatoes, Swedish Tea Rings. Temporary absence following
L OF North or Minute Pork Chops, Hash Brown early arrival in hostile fire
Florida Potatoes, Iced Braids. DINNER .. Tomato Bouillon Soup, a area
BRUNCH Fried Eggs to Order, Sweet & Sour Pork or Barbecued (medical evacuation, TAD
6123 Philips Hwy. Ph. 398-3311 o? 398-4200 Breakfast Meat, Grilled Hamburgers, Spareribs, Rice Pilaff, Brussel outside the designated area,
Grilled Cheeseburgers, French Fried Sprouts, O'Brien Corn, Iced Marble leave etc.) not Involving
II emergency ,
D Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Cake.
Streussel Coffee Cake,RaspberryJello a full calendar month
with Whipped Cream. SUPPER .. Onion Soup, Grilled does not affect the continuous 120-(
Ham Steaks, Raisin Pineapple Sauce,
day qualifying period for
Monday,November Au Gratin Potatoes, Buttered
Cauliflower, Simmered Kidney Beans carrying over leave in excess of

BREAKFAST .. Buttered Hominy with Salt Pork, Pineapple Upside 60 days.
Grits, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggsto Down Cake.
Order, French Toast, Grilled This policy not only applies to
V Bacon, Eggs Au Gratin, Hash Brown personnel stationed in a hostile

Potatoes DINNER; Maple.. Knickerbocker Bars. Soup, I rE A 5Af61IlANK5 ,yNG.'Da'r fire area, but also to all members

Pepper Steak, Natural Pan Gravy, receiving hostile fire pay under
Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Brussel specified conditions.Included are
Sprouts,Sauteed Corn, Blueberry Pie. crew members of ships operatingin
SUPPER .. Pepper Pot Soup, Veal
and out of hostile fire areas
Loaf, Brown Gravy, Steamed Rice,
,\ Savory Bread, Dressing, Buttered DRIVE provided they are continuously
F.F. Brocolll, Sugar Cookies. entitled to hostile fire pay for at
least four months.

This policy is retroactive to

June 30, 1970.
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25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 62 VALIANT $190

Grant "Christmas Gift Center"WHATEVER Radio and Heater.
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M NATTC : Behind the Scenes

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By YNSN Stella M. Gawlinskl
Jax SSgt. David A. Shaw, an the 'School Night for Scouting.' here again for his present duty in
instructor at the Aviation He has won numerous awards asa October 1967 after a tour of dutyat
Electricians Mate'A'School, was member of the MATSG Rifle Whidbey Island, Wash.
selected as Serviceman for the and Pistol Team, and is also a Chief Helm, a native of
Quarter for the period ending on member of the Gateway Rifle Mason City, Iowa, is married to
r Sept. 30. The presentation was and Pistol Club of Jacksonville. the former Miss Jean D. Harris
conducted by NATTC Com SSgt. Shaw has been in the and they have three children. He
manding Officer Capt.John E. Marine Corps for nine years and plans to spend a few days with
Kennedy in his office Friday. was stationed in Chu Lai, Vietnam his family before going to work
SSgt. Shaw received a NATTC before reporting here in for an electrical company. The
plaque,a letter of commendationand October 1967. He and his wife Helms currently reside in Orange
a dinner certificate from the Linda have two children,Jim and
Park.Chief
Candlelight Restaurant. Theresa. Carter, an instructor at
L5, Ijli. SSgt. Shaw's outstanding the AE 'A' School, entered the
n professional abilities led to his TWO INSTRUCTORS RETIRE Navy on Nov. 17, 1950. He has
representing NATTC at the been stationed at NATTC several
recent Instructor of the Year AEC Lawrence D. Helm and times. In 1951 he attended the AE
competition at Memphis. His AEC John E. Carter Jr. have 'A' School; he returned again in
daily performance as an in transferred to the Fleet Reserve 1953 for the AE 'B' School and
structor reflects the same per after 20 years of active naval came back in 1961 and 1967 as an
fection which he demonstrated in service. instructor. Prior to coming to
the competition. He is liked and Both chiefs received NATTC NATTC in 1967, he was attachedto
esteemed by all of his co-workers plaques and letters of appreciation VA W-12 at Quonset'Point, R. I.
senior and junior alike. for their outstanding Chief Carter, an instructor at
Striving to improve his leadership abilities, devotion to the AE 'A' School, entered the
SSgt. David A. Shaw is congratulated by Capt. education, Sergeant Shaw has duty and high level of Navy on Nov. 17, 1950. He has
John E. Kennedy, NATTC commanding office ;for being selected as completed many correspondencecourses. professional competence been stationed at NATTC several
the command's Serviceman of the Quarter. He has manifested his displayed. times. In 1951 he attended the AE
devotion to his service branch by Chief Helm,an instructor at the 'A' school; he returned again in
his membership in the Marine AE 'A' School, enlisted in the 1953 for the AE B' School and
Corps Association and the U. S. Navy on Sept. 14,1951, and duringthe came back in 1961 and 1967 as an
> Naval Institute. He has also years spanned by his career instructor. Prior to coming to
maintained an active interest in he had duty on various ships, NATTC in 1967, he was attachedto
the local community by his stations and squadrons. He was VAW-12 at Quonset Point, R.I.
association with the Scouts stationed here at NATTC in July
.and GlUE Boy Chief Carter currently residesat
and received a letter of ap- 1954 for AE 'A School and for AE Jacksonville Beach with his
let us oreciation for his participation_ '8' School in 1968. He reported wife Carolyn and their seven
children. He plans to manage his
own service station in the
Beaches area.INSTRUCTOR.


THflNIISFor NAVY PREFERS



AEC George C. Peters, an
instructor at Phase V of the AE .
'" 'A' School, raised his right hand
Nov. 13 and took the reenlistmentoath
Our Still Priceless ? for the third time. Capt.
M Kennedy conducted the six-year
I Blessings and Freedoms 1 1rnrp,1t.
reenlistment ceremony in his
. . .for office.
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We are proud indeed to be a part fr.q'1 s'b 6 lir 1971 PINTO TUDOR .1600 CC ENGINE, BUCKET
of this thriving community ... SEATS, VINYL TRIM, SPEED TRANS- Chief Peters first enlisted in the
and to live among our wonderful MISSION, FLOOR MOUNTED SHIFT LEVER, Navy in February 1958. He
friends and neighbors.So HEATER AND DEFROSTER..... reported to NATTC in May 1968.
The chief petty officer is a
on Thanksgiving we pause with S native of Monongahela, Pa. He is
heartfelt thanks for our priceless 10 married to the former Miss
blessings and the privilege Wanda Kaye Register and they
of serving you have one daughter, Cynthia
PER MONTH Lynn. The Peters are presently
r s.l 'h'.r )r X 36 EQUAL
living in Orange Park.
PAYMENTSThis
AIRLINESTRAFFIC

14 POOL TABLES
payment based on cash price of $2074.37 less
down payment of(374,37 In cash or trade In of equal 2 MRS
value. The deferred payment price Is $1983.60 100 MIRRORS & PAINTINGSJAX'S
OFFICE THE ANNUAL PERCENTAGERATE LARGEST LOUNGE
IS 10.20 PERCENT
MEET ME AT
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NASJacksonville : (for publication the following Thursday.; Ads ..__________ ..__.__ .. m_........._......._mmHOSPITAL JJLIiLJiLJKJlLBOEJ

LATWINGER arriving too late for this deadline will be Wednesday, November 23 : 'BULLET FOR

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE : published the following week unless the PRETTY BOY'

publisher Is instructed otherwise. A: check or NAS: 'THE RESTLESS ONES' Sunday November 29

money order for the full cost of the ad must be Color drama starring Kim Darby

received WITH the copy for the ad. and Johnny Crawford 'G' E ((90 NAS: 'THE EXECUTIONER'Color

4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 mins.) spy starring George

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) SO Cents HOSPITAL: 'SABATA' Color Peppard, Joan Collins, and Judy

I I western starring Lee Van CleeC Geeson. 'GP' G ((107 mins.)

and William Berger. 'GP' VG HOSPITAL: 'SAVAGE WILD'Monday

FOR RENT ((102 mins.)

Trailer Lot November 30
EMPLOYMENTSERVICE $25. Lg. private lot 4 miles from Cecil RENTALSORANGE Thursday November 26
Field. Call 2843561.
NAS: 'GETTING STRAIGHT' .
NAS 'SMITH' Color Disney
:
WIVES FOR RENT PARK Color comedy drama. Starring
drama starring Glen
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS 2Br., Housetrailer with added room Dishwasher comedy Elliot Gould and Candice Bergen.'R' .
2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn.,
Ford and Olson. 'G' E ((90
Jobfinders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or and carport. Lg. private lot. Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth Nancy E ((125 mins.HOSPITAL.)
1022 Park Street, 354.7888. Wesconnett area. Call 7712287. Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355. mins.) : 'THEEXECUTIONER'
HOSPITAL: 'THE RESTLESSONES'
PART TIME JANITORIAL WORKOn
board NAS Jax. 4 hrs. nightly. 5 REAL ESTATE UNFURN. HOUSE.
days per week. Call 3558243. Leave 5142 Batley Rd. Conv. to Cecil Field & Tuesday, December 1
name and ph. number NAS.3BR., Den, 1 1B.,$125. per mo. Ph.
7720113. Friday, November 27 NAS: 'EL CONDOR' Color "
'HIDDEN WATERS'Black .
Creek, Canal or Lake lots western starring. Jim Brown and
MISCELLANEOUSBE available. Excellent fishing, boating, NAS: 'BULLET FOR PRETTY Lee Van Cleef.'R' G (102 mins.)
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also TRANSPORTATIONAUTOMOBILE BOY' Color crime drama 'GETTING
permanent home area. High wooded starring Fabian Borte and HOSPITAL:
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake Jocelyn Lane. 'GP' G ((90 mins.) STRAIGHT'
Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 7253992.
HOSPITAL: 'SMITH'Saturday
ANNOUNCER
FURNISHEDEast Wednesday,December 2
Recorded message by leading /announcer .
FOR SALE
OR RENT
tells you how. Call any hour. and West Coast. 3533691. November 28
RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for
your NAS
3552944. : 'CYCLE SAVAGES'Color
equity or let us rent your home.
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for NAS: 'SAVAGE WILD' Color drama starring Bruce Dern

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS map,sales and rental list Call Powellor 49 MGB outdoor adventure. 'G' VG ((103 and Chris Robinson. 'R' G ((98
Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. Yellow with black top, roll bar, ex mins.
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape mins.)
ORANGE PARK REALTY cellent cond. 16,000 miles. $2200. 264-
players. At dealers cost to liquidate MILITARY/FREE NOTARY. 6998. ....
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409.

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BEING TRANSFERRED? CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS IIM 1 1 1 \
WE BUY& SELL We buy equities 66 FORD RANCH WAGON \
Appliances & used furniture. Also Louise T. Bailey V-8,AT,AC,$1295
repair any make of home appliances. 771.3605 Broker 66 CHEVY LUVY VAN 4 i2
Brook's Furnitureand 6cyl.AT$109547CHEVROLETMALIBU
Appliance VENETIA C
725.2441 10061 Atlantic Blvd 2 lots. 3BR.,2B., Den,near NAS, low 2Dr., HT,V.8, Stand. Trans. $1195. (,
20's. 3883430. Call A.T. Madison Ext. 2431, or 387-
5622.
WASHER AND DRYER ORANGE PARK 'WE FINANCE'
Fast repair and installation. We 1141 Gano Ave. Grove Park.3BR., 2B.,
DR., Fam. Rm., Cent. H&A. 1
specialize in home service.7812790. or ,attached
7812404. garage, carpets, sprinkler system, Ig.
6S
RAMBLER WAGONAT
lot, fenced yard.'Assume equity'& 6
.
R&H, AC. WW, No equity.
per cent loan. Ph. 2642136.
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH_ Assume low monthly payments. Call

Wilford's Fish Cfc-np-264-9707, FOR HOME SALES. RENTALSIn 7727437. May be seen evenings. "COAT fl tlCllE l
Sherwood Forest Harborvlew and ,
Northwest Jacksonville area call or
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. visit: 62 RAMBLER CLASSIC
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. SHELLEY REALTY $100. Inquire 3812 NAS Jax or after 5 .
Pick up & Delivery Available. Soutel at Devonshire 765.5505 7716971.
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing.

Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard ............... ... ..... .
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 'Qr! F a?,r Y SY.ya'n: ,,9 Ya> xX? a a s kr>2 nS" ; ns8 r $+
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. ;Sii'r.Q':'
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cleaning & Alterations. 30 cents f>Jyt i; ;%. ., fbisn
wash 5 cents dry. Vt mile north NASin ::f:+''.% + ;r y x: skr

Yukon. Open 7 days a week. "
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NEW AM-FM STEREO
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Record Changer, Colonial Console. (' ,'.f 41 <
Cedar Chest-Deluxe Kenmore Sewing + h' /

Machine RIDERS((2years old WANTED). 2648638. f?'$ S'k': 'SlF>;I i Ii g .dW;;,. h '-


To share gas and driving to Tulsa, :.:,
Okla. by way of Memphis, Little Rock rIH
and Ft. Smith leaving Dec. 11 Joe r s Hrfy a'y A Time for
Miller Bks. 95 Room 320.

GARAGE SALE Sincere Thanks

Sat. Nov.28th.9-5 p.m. 1141 Gano Ave.
Grove Park. t .;

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MOBILE j HOMES sh*q, y .. ,R k.

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1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern WESTSIDEVolkswagen
trailer and, Apts. 3893007.
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MOBILE !DIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea Inc.I .
( Mobile Home Park4) mile .-
North of NAS/ lots and rentals. Near' "
schools and shopping center. Clean, /
and reasonable rates, Manager on : I ISO Lane Avenue South Telephone 781-SSI I{
premises.Children and pets welcome.
6301 Roosevelt3846264..
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That's what this holiday means

4 rScy a to us all. We send greetings to all of ..

our friends on this happy day.

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DEER SPRINGS ESTATES CLOSEDTHANKSGIVING


Keystone HeightsBy p ; I
Appointment M.H.. /H.; DAY


.. :' Clyde W.Simpson& Co. WEATHER'S WARM- Edy Williams reminds our reader's that the Come See Us Friday ..

REALTOR 356.6849 cold snap this week |lust put a temporary halt to those whose favorite

pasttime i It girl watching on the beach. Just think what spring will

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I PAGE 10 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER NOVEMBER 25, 1970
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Blackbirds Receive AwardsLCdr.


Cecil Sports By DTC J.D. Brewster r.. F.C. Green received the 96 aboard USS ENTERPRISEwhere
Air Medal (Bronze Star in lieu of he skillfully flew 175
... first award) during a commandfull bombing missions against enemy
I dress blues' inspection at concentrations and vital lines of
--- ,- .- ._ Attack Squadron 45. communications.CDR. .
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LCdr. Green was cited for A.H. GONZALEZ,
VA-174's fastbreaking that the Raiders would get their VA-45 Admin, while both VA-45 'continously distinguishing Commanding Officer of VA-45,
'Hellrazors'downed a willing, but lumps during the East Coast. No 3 and VA-45 No.1 (wonder himself for his extraordinary commended AMS1 Hilary CORN
outgunned VC-4 team, 56-34. Touch Football Cham- where this league would be if VA- courage and superb airmanshipin for his selection as 'Bluejacket of
Sharpshooting Luchi of VA-174 45 were uncharacteristicallydeployed combat missions against South the Month' and ADJ3 Eugene L.
pionships. That wonderful old-
led all with East Asia. LCdr. Green was also HOPPE his selection Plane
scorers 20 points. timer of touch football, ageless ) took a slight nose dive on as
Kennedy spurred the 'Dragon- Don Jackson and in the standings.Pat commended by messages from Captain of the Month. AMSl
flyers' attack with 12 counters. company Duncan took time from his Commanding General, SeventhAir CORN was cited for his im-
managed to silence their
VA-81 mauled B.O.Q.'s tiny detractors in a most convincing busy football schedule to roll a Controllers.LT Force and. by Foward Air pressive record and energetic
quintet, 72-8. Hendrickson tallied manner : fine 242 599 while 'helping' to creativity while serving as the
20 points for the winners, while take 4 points from the low J.R. HENGELMANN was BLACKBIRD'S Career Coun-
Laxa scored half his team's After the 6th Naval District handicap team... naturally the awarded the Gallantry Cross selor. ADJ3 HOPPE was com-
\ points. With only 5 players suited Tournament, in which the Midget bowls with the latter.... with a silver star for ex- mended for his consistently
up for the game, a tired B.O.Q. Raiders waltzed their way When we (VA-45No.1) find the ceptionally courageous per- demonstrated outstanding ability
I had to throw in the towel after the through,Cecil Field was chosento formula of a high handicap, we formance while attached toVAISX53SSSCBSC5SSES5S5S- and initiative.
.....
the 6th Naval .
third quarter. represent just might be as hard to beat as L .
I District in the East Coast tourney sound like
they are ( sourgrapesDuncan's
In a 2nd encounter last week, So potent were his Raiders, started
) game Check Our Prices Before
VA-81 capitalized on Blake's that Don only had to augment two with 6 straight strikes, but was You Buy
outside shooting to defeat the players to the rosters: Mayportsfine
ruined After SPECIAL DISCOUNTS
by a split. a spare, to Servicemen
Marines 67-39. Wilson of the blocker, John Pryor and Dune closed out with 4 more
Marines was high scorer with 20 Jax's irrepressible Bill Fertig. strikes. His average is a w : .t' D.. j Wn nl1lI!
points, while Blake had 18 From Cecil Field came Bob miniscule 153 fine bowling MOTOR HOMES I
counters for the winners. 'Bullet' Brown, John Mills, Carl Dune! TRAVEL TRAILERS

Operations used 5 iron men all Hall, Ron Worsham, Lee Ellwein, The Cecil Field Doubles Tour- W,NNiiiwio
'Ollie' Johnson Ken Owens Pat TRAILBLAZERMOBILE
the way to beat Supply Blue, 43 nament starts this weekend. Thus Designed from the inside out
Duncan, John Preschel, Mark
38. Newman had 14 for far the number of entries has
points ,.,....
Dievendorf, Mike Dominy and : ""' '''' :'''
Ops, while Roberts led Supply Dick been disappointing. If you want
with 9. Woody. this type of bowling to continue,
With Don triggering the attack, sign up now and help make the HOMES by
A fourth quarter flurry of 'all' the 6th Naval District
tournament a huge success.
baskets by VA-86 failed to representative did was turn backon Vacancies are open for squads on SKYLINEALSO
). overcome as insurmountable Com 9, 39 20, Com 10, 39-7, each day. Sign up now!
VA-174 lead, the 'Hellrazors' Com 5.32- 19, and edged Com 5 J 1<:i.f W""" 'iUl
hung on to record their second for the championship, 2113. Whata YOUR USED UNITS 7-10 YEAR FINANCING
'1 victory of the season, 71-61. shame touch football is not oftCf ExCHANGE '
mHmMimmMmHIHIM /IMUI MII
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Dunnings scored 22 for VA-174 includedon the All Navy slate. AtIp / / / IIIIIIIIIIIIinillllUlllllllinillllllllllllU
I and Holbrook 14 for VA86.FOOTBALL Our only regret is that is that we I Don Bufikln's >f

see did the not games have the in Norfolk.opportunity to COMtfi3Ai Motor: Homes of America

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In a feeble- minded moment of BOWLING :
I pride and boastfulness, this ,- 10366 BEACH BOULEVARD
'I column reported that Cecil Field Straight from the mouth of the ..6Y MAKING, ONLY- "WE TRADE"ORAHGE
had the finest footbal aggregation Magnificant Midget: 'Our AutKoru O vufo HASEs I irS
t_ on the East Coast. Such an American League Pacesetter:
,} allegation brought snickers from Medical, opened up their league
t some quarters and the suggestion lead to two games over runnerup

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New Volunteers CappedAt : -. --- I. -- : IY SecNav Sends


I jTN, Holiday MessageOn

Red Cross
LuncheonJax this uniquely American dayas

we count our many blessingsand

Forty eight new Red Gail Conway, Barbara Davidson, give humble thanks for them,
Cross volunteers were honored at Susan Davis, Janyce Goble, I suggest that it is again appropriate -
the Red Cross Volunteers' luncheon Edith Griffin, Louann Hatcher, to be especially
last week at the NAS of. Jane Henney, Jeanne McMillen, grateful that our country remains
fleers' club. Evaline Poppert, Marian a strong and free, true to its
The ladies, having just completed Thomas and Marion Turknett. t, democratic traditions at home
their six.week orientationand Two year pins went to Edith and its honorable commitments
hospital training, were accepted Anderson, Amice Billings, Judith abroad,that within the protective
for volunteer work at the Cherico, Cladys Crider, perimeter of their Armed Forcesour
Naval Hospital by Capt. James Catherine Crooks, Susan Futch, .\1, people are free to pursue
Sharp, MC, chief of surgical Corine Loll, Darlene Morton, 4 ::: ... happiness according to each
service at the hospital; and each Ruth Weaver and Germaine .' ".:. individual's desires.To .
received a volunteer's cap, pin Stanford. j :::,: those of you whose duty does

and certificate.The Lexie Ferris, Elizabeth .: :.:.,: not permit you to share the
graduating class includes: Mahoney, Martha Weaver, .. -.-.",. warmth of home and family on
Lynnette Allen, Louise Anderson, Dorothy Page and Mickey .. ."... ., this Thanksgiving Day we send
Margaret Armor, Lorena Ash- Thweatt received three-yearpins; ..-.... our special thanks for the
croft, Shirley Bagby, Lola Betty Becker and Olga Forehand .... .- sacrifices you are making for us
Barker, Linda Bass, Barbara received four-year pins; and .", all and the selfless tradition of
Bennett, Nellie Berry, Judith Penny Doherty and Margaret .. service which you continue and
Camberlain,Agnes Cross, Jean Nixon each received a five-year enhance.To .
Dullaghan, Ina Duplechin, Lynne award. "4 I
.
Farmer, Marcelle Ferrell, Linda Wilma Eldridge, Rita every member of the Navy I
Fulmer, Betty Hadley, June Jastremski, Kay Lancaster and .. and Marine Corps and to your j I
Harding, Clara Hodges Shirley Beatrice Taylor received pins for families I send warm greetingsand \I
Hollandsworth, Mary Hooper, six years of service each while the hope that all will share an
Carolyn Horn, Linda Kelly, Catherine DeLany, Ruth Ann enjoyable Thanksgiving.
Geraldine Lamar, Evelyn Latner Kozak and Lillian Simpson ,.
and Barbara Metz. received Pins ,
seven year pins. John H.Chafes,
Also Earlene Molotke awarded to Rita Brown and
: Sally were Secretary of the Navy j
McNulla, Mary Peterson, Margo Dena Cipolat for eight years of rrCHRISTMAS
Phillips, Carol Pilcher, Betty service and Maggie Dotson, Edna
GIFTS Kathy Ranney and Shirley Taylor (r)
Purcell, Nan Qurollo, Mary Ann Mattson and Barbara Pressler
examine one of the many gifts items which the NARTU wives offered
Readinger, Patsy Ann Ritchey each received a nine pin.
year
for sale at their Christmas bazaar and luncheon at the officers' club
Bessie Robinson, Marjorie Alice Cummings, who last week.
Rogers, Evelyn Rounds, Nancy presented service pins to the
Ryan, Sandra Scott, Nancy other members, also received a
Sibley, Yoshiko Sparkman, Faye pin for her 16 years of service at Wives Hold Bazaar Elect rolux
Spencer, Ella Stanton, Elizabeth the Naval Hospital.The .
Walker, Sharlene Weatherbee, Red Cross volunteers bid Jax- On Wednesday the wivesof whose .husbands have received Sales & Service :
and Luella Willard and Mary .farewell to their former chair NARTU officers met at the orders to new squadrons now I
Anne Malick. man Mrs. J. 0. Heft. Mrs. J. A. officers' club for their annual fall being established NAS Jax, I
Service awards went to current Mattson, current chairman, bazaar.. each received farewell wishes. Call Dave Burnsed
made the farewell to The wives sold handmade
members who have devoted presentation and a gift from the NARTU
Mrs. Heft and Arm- Christmas decorations items
Douglas gift wives. 398-1158
much of their time to
spare strong, field director for the and baked goods. They also helda
volunteer work at the hospital.One About half the total land area
American Red Cross at NAS luncheon at which two of their of the United States is devotedto
year service pins were Jacksonville, presented her a members were honored. farming. I I
presented to Ingeborg Conely, certificate of appreciation. Deda Davis and Fran Mayfield, ,I

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'Stag Night' at the main
Navy exchange store proved to
be such a success during last MIliTARY ALL RANKS & AGES

year's pre Christmas shopping LOW RATESEASY PAYMENT PLAN
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WITH ALL 3 ANDDISPOSALS
the full :amount BEDROOM MODELS

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need-for holiday shopping, holiday expenses, 88.10 month each
holiday enjoyment-then call Beneficial!We want to ..
5821 San Juan at Niblick lend the full
you amount you have in mind. Remem.
Phone 384-4406 ber:' you're good for more at Beneficial. 103 sl. g W NA3 > 264-2815.

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Mobile Homes Now FinancedBy .



Veterans AdministrationThe ,

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Veterans Administrationhas Earlier this year, the financing for mobile homes also
announced it will finance President's Committee on the restores expired G. I. Loan .7
mobile homes for veterans and Vietnam Veteran, of which benefits to some 8.9 million World
servicemen starting Dec. 22. Administrator of Veterans Affairs Wa r II and Korean veterans who QUVER.ANp
Odell W. Vaugh, director of the Donald E. Johnson was served after January 31, 1955, E
St. Petersburg Veterans Administration chairman, recommended until they are actually used.
) Regional Office, legislation on mobile home Another provision eliminatedthe
said PL 91.506, which President financing. The committee said .5 per cent funding fee VA
ti
Nixon signed October 23, the legislation was needed to formerly required Post Korean "- 'NEWS AUAlAVS THE OLD
authorizes VA to guarantee or provide 'low cost housing for low veterans to pay on guaranteedand PfDea.M UMlfoKMS\ Too ""
make direct loans for this pur and moderate income veterans.' direct home loans. It was
pose. The law which providesWIIIHIINIIHHMmmNHIMNHIMmmHIIIIIIHHIHHHHI emphasized this provision does
not affect loans made before
October 23, the date the bill was
S passed. CSC Adopts Revised SystemFor

Vaughn noted these specific
/ provisions of the law on the Grievances
AppealsMajor
Hearing
.t.. AL BONATI financing of mobile homes: ,
Establishes a special mobile
.e. home loan guaranty or direct
a_ ORGAN.HORN loan benefit for veterans and changes have been made in the employee
r n &VOCALMonday servicemen who have not appeals and grievance systems, most importantly to

through SaturdayNMINIIIININNNMMNNINIMIMNIMNMNIINNMNANNI previously used any of their guarantee greater equity and due process in the

... $12,500 home loan guaranty resolution of grievances and appellate review of adverse
t eligibility to purchase con
actions.
RATES
SPECIAL eAA per person ventional homes.
FOR SERVICEMEN $O.UU double occupancy According to Civil Service Commission Chairman
Entertainment nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood Provides that if a veteran or Robert E. Hampton these changes were brought about
8 Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, 'Olympic serviceman used his mobile
Swimming Pool. Free Undercover Parking home loan entitlement, he may after consultation with representatves of unions,
not otherwise use his $12,500 professional organizations and federal agencies.Some .
home loan entitlement until he
juxsoimuMOTOR has repaid the mobile home in of the key improvementsin
full. the new system are: ducting hearings and will
f eliminate situations which tendedto
HOTEL An employee in active duty will
Provides that VA may approve make the examiner appear
901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 loans up to a maximum of$10,000for have a reasonable amount of less than an impartial, objectivethird
Within walking distance to all points of interest a mobile home, and up to official 'on the clock' time to party.
$17,500 where a suitable lot to prepare his case. This is to
place the mobile home on is significantly relieve the burdenon
the employee. Agency Appeals SystemsThe
purchased.

home Provides that the VA may Hearings, where applicable, agency must decide the
Going guarantee up to 30 percent of the will be conducted by a qualified selection of an examiner, the
loan for a mobile home, but use of examiner who meets commission conduct of the hearing, completion '
this guaranteed or direct loan standards and is not subordinateto of the examiner's report
benefit does not reduce the the official who will make the and decision on the appeal and
for the veteran's or servicemen's $12,500 decision. This change will assure ,submit time standards for
guaranty entitlement. the competence of those con processing the appeal to the Civil
Service Commission for ap-
-
-
proval.An .
IANKAMERICAR AMERICAN EXPRESS.STANDARD
OILMASTERCHARCE Credit Cards HonorMROOSOtl1 agreement between an
holidavsilGellhe
agency and a labor organization
MAILcar u holding exclusive recognition will
provide an observer from the
organization at every adverse
action hearing; however, an
wash employee may object to this on
grounds of privacy;

Agency Grievance SystemsA

extra cash MONDAY THRU SATURDAY .
grievance system must
HOURS 8:30 AM.5:30 PM
: provide for informal settlement,
and informal procedures must be

you need now. followed procedures may before get underway.formal

-In formal procedures a
ELIMINATEEXCESSIVE grievance is referred to an of.
ficial at a higher level than one
who could have resolved the
$300 Signature-only loans grievance under informal

procedures. If the deciding official *
for servicemen. TIRE cannot resolve the
,
grievance he refers it to an
h We loan $1,000QOO: examiner for inquiry.
WEAR
''I. '"j. -The examiner conducts an
everyday. : ; inquiry appropriate to the issues
involved in a grievance. 'The

300 offices coast to coastin inquiry mayor may not include a
NOW.. GUARANTEED WHEEL BALANCING AT hearing, at the examiner's
ARLINGTON TIRE CITY WITH THE ALEMITE discretion.A .
( case you're transferred) .
ELECTRONIC WHEEL BALANCERI! TIRES BALAN decision on the grievancemust
CED DYNAMICALLY AND STATICALLY FOR be made within 90 days
PROPER WEARAND:; ..MiLEAGE.GUARANTEED after informal procedures begin.
ci i AETNAFINANCE
FOR THE Negotiated Grievance Systems
Certain matters excluded from
LIFE OF THE TIRE! coverage under agency systems
' We're here to help you are also excluded from coverage
MASTER CHARGE OR BANKAMERICARD under negotiated systems. A

3 Aetna offices are conveniently located at: agency negotiated system system,must also, like includea an

U13I[ [ CITY procedure for the informal
46 West Duval Phone 355-7543 adjustment of grievances.
Otherwise, coverage and
8006 Lem Turner Rd. Phone 768-0501 5 LOCATIONS FOR ALLTIRE NEEDS& CAR CARE procedures are open to

AREA ADDRESS PHONE negotiation.
MasagerArheltou
5551 Normandy Phone 786-0191
UmrSlt IIYd. 725.1811 Bill Hornbtwr Effective Dates
Wtstsdt 532 Cassit Ire. 318-7371 (.minder.
from to
Loans $25 $600
SflvthsmtSpniftuls 33IIPMipsllwT.. 398-9510 torn"Nobles- These changes affecting
AETNA FINANCE COMPANY a financial service of ITT I ltb 1 M.St. 354-9051 Troy pUller agency appeals systems and
IMrSlde 205Stl tDlSt. 3884782 TtflOim
complaints of discrimination will
become effective April 1, 1971.

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:0: Drive Needs Contributions I
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1 v Jax-Want to share in a worthy money will be welcome.
llJlll'1 w' cause? The annual Navy Camp The Navy is helping area Camp
UU Fire Girls Christmas Sharing Fire Girls collect nonperishablefood
Program now underway is in items and will use donated
9 _lliEEln need of contributions for their money to buy turkey certificatesand
Christmas foodbaskets which will additional foods for the
II I go to needy families in the Christmas foodbaskets. The
Jacksonville area. campaign will end Dec. 5
According to Chaplain George Anyone who wishes to con-
Sheldon, the Navy Coordinatorfor tribute to the drive may do so by
NAVAL AIR the drive, contributions are contacting Chaplain Sheldon at
STATION slow. The drive will continue for Ext. 3051 or 3052. Ens. Mary
about two more weeks and Kallas at Ext. 3103 will also accept -
Saturday Mass 5 P.M.Sunday voluntary donations of food or monetary contributions.
.
Mass 8 and 11 A.M.Daily Mass ...
Monday 11 A.M. Tuesday x
through Friday 11:30: A.M.
Saturday Confessions 10:30: WESTSIDEJACKSONVILLE'S T
11:15: A.M.
_
NATTC TWO RECEIVE STRIPESStaff Sergeants Allan 6. Decroo (I) and
Sunday Mass-9:30: A.MWdg. 500 Robert L. Fawley Jr.receive warrants to their present rank from Lt. NEWESTandf FINESTTOYOTA
Col. L. E. Blanchard, MATSG, CO. SSgt. Decroo was a recent AO 'B' hI'
school graduate who is being transferred to MAG-31 at Beaufort, S.C. I \
Sunday Worship 10 A.M. SSgt. Fawley is an AO 'B' school student. _



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Midshipman Calls for Aid



(Editor's Note: Gary Andersen is the son of NAS Security Office!; LCdr. 0. C.
Andersen. Gary asked that this letter be printed in the Jax Air News as it appeared -
in the Nov. 22 issue of the Florida Times Union.)

Annapolis, Md. My name is
Gary Andersen, MidshipmanUSN has responded to-public opinion should contain at least the .r, .
,and I live in Jacksonville. I through letters. Starting Nov. 2, following:
am writing to you in order to the Brigade began its projectthat ((1)) human point of view
enlist the support of the Florida will show the nation, the
,,; Times Union and the people of world and especially the ((2)) no political or military
Jacksonville in a letter writing Republic of North Vietnam how viewpoint
y campaign to the President of we feel about their treatment of ((3)) show concern .1. 'd
North Vietnam. our POW's. ((4)) do not be'abusive, please
As you probably well know, The goal of the Naval Academyis
there are .1,400 or more to have 100 percent of the Since we have the cooperationof
Americans held prisoner or midshipmen participate and a the post offices across the
\ missing and possibly in enemy good showing from the country, the letters may be
'I hands in Southeast Asia.Of these, hometowns of each of the men. mailed postage free (drop in any
401 have been positively identified Our project will come to a point mailbox) to this address
I as captured while 1,000 men when the 10 million people
( are listed as 'missing in action.' watching the nationally televised POW CAMPAIGNU.S.
\ Some 3,000 next of kin, wives, Army Navy game see our .NAVAL ACADEMY
children and parents in every combined efforts in the center of ANNAPOLIS,MD. 21412I
state now endure what one calls a the field at half-time as we
., 'limbo state of anguish not present the letters that we have know that I can count on the
knowing whether their loved ones collected to the wives of the good people of Jacksonville to
are alive or dead. POW's. If we can cause international come through for such a worthy
Our POWs and MIA's are opinion to sway cause and I hope that I will see
suffering and dying in the against North Vietnam in the Jacksonville pin-pointed on our
prisoner of war camps in least amount, our goal will have large map of the United States as
Southeast Asia, and the Brigadeof been reached. one of the largest contributors. .
Midshipmen as well as other What the people of Jacksonvillecan Thank you. jc
service academies intend to do do to help is to write a letter IL
something about it through the expressing their feelings and Gary Andersen
only means that North Vietnam concern for our POWs. The letter


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StandingsBowling Rules Outlined For
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Raiders
COVE
37.11 .771 Labor for labor management obtain permission to solicit and
Gold 34.14 ..708M's Tomorrow be hand for the Chuck and Mona Mitchell Floor Showat
on relations, in a recent case before approval for literature to be
Marauders 29119 .604 8 p.m. and dancing to Phil Cay and the Chantels. Friday featuresthe him, clarified the rights of employees distributed'The
King Pins 28-20 .583 Dark Entry.Saturday night it's Phil Cay and the Chantels, Sunday concerning solicitation of Labor and Employee
GunhoOfficers 27.21.563 night the Argus, Monday night Lorenzo and his Soul Treatment. membership and distribution of Relations SuperintendentCivilian
20VH9V4 .512 Tuesday night the Shirells and Soul Show return to bring you their hit union literature on board Personnel Department, has been
Afees No.2 23-25 .479 tunes.Go Go Girls hand each from for
are on day 11 a.m. to midnight government installations. assigned responsibility for approval -
Head Pins 20-24 .455 your entertainment. Sports movies are shown in the dining room 'The Assistant Secretary in of such material
Bean Molar Burners Rollers 2127Continental 21V&-26U .449.438 from 6 to 8 p.m. with free snacks and 12 oz. beer available at 10 cents. his decision, announced that 'Should any questions arise
ACEY DUCEY CLUB employees may solicit membership concerning employee rights
on behalf of a labor regarding solicitation of membership -
League There will be a Happy Hour from 4:30: to 6 p.m. Tomorrow's organization during oheir non and distribution of union
Thanksgiving special is roasted tom turkey & dressing all for $1.00. work time providing there is no literature, additional information
Chokers 281h.111,1 .707 Friday there will be dancing to the music of Mark Castle followed by interference with the work of the may be obtained from the Labor-
CPO's 28.16 .636 the Chuck Mitchell Floor Show at 11:30: p.m. Saturday features installation. He further ruled that Management Relations
MARTD No.1 25-15 .625 recording star,Jimmy Strickland. Sunday night it's the Magic Reign. employees may distribute Specialists or the Labor and
Mad Foxes No. 1 25-15 .625 Monday the drink of the week will be Bar Scotch at 30 cents. Tuesday literature in non-work areas Employee Relations Superin
Trainers 24-16 .600 through Wednesday cocktails will be served from 11 a.m. to midnight. during their non-work time. tendent's office, telephone
Chief's 25.19 .568 'Non-employee itprcMaUtiro; numbers 3352 and _I.'
Quaks 23-21 .523 CPO CLUB
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Tars 19-21 .475 evening there will be dancing to'Whatever's Fair,' and the Clubs will Your favorite Uncle casks
Pin Splitters 161h.191h .459 Be on hand Saturday through Sunday. Sunday special will be Prime
Rib Roast for$1.95, and noon buffet on Wednesday is from 11 to 1:30'' you to buy ,I IIjN6
p.m.
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Pin Benders 29-15 .659 be served from 1 to 8 p.m.Friday there will be a Happy Hour from 4:30: YOUR
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Bee's 241,1.191,1.556 special and candlelight dining and dancing to Johnny Jelinek's band. ** 0 0 WPPP V\//V/V fl
Round Five 231,1-201,1 .533 Sunday the Sunday Buffet will served as usual from 5:30: to 9 p.m.
Foggy Five 231h.201,1.533
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Legal 261,1.211,1 .551 SCHULT RICHARDSON\

MARTD Uncles 25-23 241,1.231,1 .521.510 .i. for Christmas? LIBERTY BILTMORE

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i Station's Foxes Take '


Linksters Golf CrownJax r'4

The Mad Foxes of $
,
DownJUJax 1 p pS1M 111[ arb ,
1R '
VP-5 surprised FICEUR,
BVfe1to win the station's
Bill Bernier and intramural golf title

Chuck Simons posted Friday during playoff .
identical 76's to lead the action.The .
station's varsity golf
Foxes, runner up in the
squad to a 13-11 victory
National League after regular
I over JacksonvilleUniversity trimmed American
season play,
\
here Nov. 18 League champion NARF before
Brain White toured the course getting a shot at Ficeur, 5-4.VP-
in 77 for the air station in the< 45, the second place team in the
squad's opening match of the American League,dropped out of
N season.JU's Roger Osterling was the playoffs due to deployment.
low for the day with a 74, while Scores for the Foxes (with Pistol ChampsJax
teammate John Thompson was handicaps) were: Vick Whalen,
next for the Dolphins with 76. 73; Chuck Johnson, 74; Bob
Bradbury, 79; Chuck Cordrey, -Out of eight pistol teams participating in the recent NAS Jax
match with
has
The station a .. 81; Doug Passen, 75, and Rick Intramural Pistol competition the FICEUR team came up first and
Dec. 3 at
Florida Junior College WINNER NARF's Nathan
Lunger, 77.Runner the Comm Center was second.Capt.J. R. Kincaid, NAS commanding
Beach and then the final Jax Air
the Jax course, Barber won
up FICEUR players officer, was on hand to present trophies to the first and second place
match with FJ(
hosts a return News>Latwinger You Pick-Urn completed the playoff as follows: teams.
Dec. 10 aboard the station. contest for 1970 with a 9.1 slate
Fred Miller, 75; Larry Gilliam, The FICEUR team from left to right is DP2 J. D. Batty, PT1 J. R.
Results of the qualifying round and a tie breaker score of 17.14 in 84; Chuck Futch, 86; Dick Bradley,LIC F.C.Baker,Lt. (jg) R.E.Edwards and the team leader,
Ohio
the State Michigan
for the station's gold team were Other 9.1 marks were turned game.in Moberly,80; Tom Castle, 84; and CWO 2 H. T. Huggins.
announced last week before the< by Grady Crawford of FAETU, Gary Steiger, 77. TheComm team at right is((1 to right) ETC L. C.Jones, AMEC W. E.
opening match. The station scratch title was Laverack,ETI R.F.Sherman and ETR2 A.0.Douglas.
Whited of NATTC.Thedate
and R. M. expected to be announced this
The round consisted of 36 holesof awards will be given out will week following the final play.
medal play, with the top 15 be announced soon.
finishers making the squad., GRANTPLAZA
Station team members and their
qualifying rounds are: NATTC Picks Bowling CommitteesJax

Bill Bernier, 148; Walt Kelc-
zewski and Brian White, 155; Gus .Five men have been Ott, 209; Milt Walker, 211, Roger
Duliakas, '158; Chuck Simons,, named to the NATTC trophy and Willingham, 210, and John Lit- 103rd St. at Blanding
159; Bob Floyd, 165; John banquet committees as the tleton, 201. Thursday Sunday Nov. 27-29
Mabanta,.165; Fred Miller, 167; command's intramural bowling ,
STANDINGS
NATTC
Guy Durant,Dick Bailey and Don season winter competition drawsto '
Bower all with 168; John a close. ; 'WIDE CAT'SALE2777
O'Loughlin, 169; John, Joe Berry and Bob Blunt will
McGeachan, 172; F. Shumaker, handle trophies, while Roger Salt&Pepper 29.11 .725
175; and Larry Gillam, 176. Gregory, Dick Girton and Lou AE 'B' 2712/ .688
Military personnel aboard the Ruggiero will set up the banquetthat Busch Swacked 25.15 .625
station wishing to try out for the follows the end of winter Reserve Bias 23.17 .575 MpvZy.N7ry.: T.I
Village Lounge 22.18 .550
challenge the 15th competition.The
squad may Short Rounds 21.19 .525 ; E 78-14 & FET 2.35
man on the roster. If they win, league will bowl Dec. 15, r
then they can move up the roster and then break until Jan. 5, 1971, Untouchables 20-20 .500 N
by subsequent challenges.L it was announced last week. Top The Bombers 19-21 .475
bowlers in last week's competition Officers 19-21 .475 NO EXTRA CHARGE
were: Chuck Simons, AE'A'Instruc. 15-25 .375 .
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CUSTOM MOUNT SPEAKERS
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AGENCY 1AP SALE 777 777
SALE
Powerful I. efficient.

389.3483 W.1165 OF S.ROOSEVELT EDGEWOOD Plugs into lighter.


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