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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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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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VOL. 28 NO. 38 __ U_._ S. NAVAL AIR STATIONJACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA E'CEMBER 10, 1970 :
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Chief Aircraft Maintenanceman John D.

Whittet, newly selected Master Chief Petty Officer of 1
the Navy and senior enlisted advisor to the Chief of

Naval Operations and the Chief of Naval Personnel,
arrived here Friday for a week long tour of area Navy .
activities.

Chief Whittet, currently serving other Navy stations said Chief
as MCPO of Naval Air Whittet.
Forces, U. S. Atlantic Fleet, About Z Grams Chief Whittet
headquartered in Norfolk, Va., explained that 'our new rules and
has been chosen by Adm. regulations are designed not to be
Zumwalt to succeed Master Chief restrictive for the masses of
Gunners' Mate Delbert Black to Navy men but to be permissive
the Navy's top enlisted position in enough to let men work and live
March 1971.During in a relaxed atmosphere.' .1
his visit to NAS Although Chief Whittet named
Jacksonville, Cecil Field and long overseas deployments, I
Mayport, Chief Whittet, accompanied inadequate housing and low pay
by his wife Helen, will as major problems facing today's
talk with Navy men and womento Navymen, he... also feels that
'get their feelings and ideas on eliminating Mickey Mouse'
how we might improve today's regulations, especially restrictions -
Navy.' He explained that his on hair styles,.will do muchto
main goal as MCPON will be to improve modern Navy morale '
help reverse the Navy'slow and is 'happy that Adm.Zumwalt GETTING UNDERWAY-Capt. John Kincaid, NAS commanding officer, stands ready to officially
retention rates by 'accordingmore is changing things' get work underway for tearing down the old Acey-Deucey club where Nelson Construction Co. of
human dignity and better About Adm. 'Zumwalt's, action Jacksonville will construct the new $598,212 club. On hand at the ceremony, which was held Tuesday
pay and living conditions permitting Navy men to grow morning is Jerry Gardner, ((1)) President of Nelson Construction Co.; SHI Bill Hodges, Mess
He said, 'The Navy is ahead of sideburns and beards he said, 'I Treasurer YN1 Frank Anderson, President of the club Advisory Board and Capt. R.T. Hardy, Public
the Army and Air Force in feel that a man can grow Works Officer
relaxing workaday dress codes sideburns to his knees, if he's
and erasing 'chicken regsO) that neat and does his job well.' Standby Travel Restrictions Eased
impede service life.' He also Not forgetting the Navy,wife's
noted the. apparent. high morale problems Chief Whittet has
here at the air station. 'It looks brought along his wife to seek out Washington Military men and women homeward bound during the .Christ
like Capt. Kincaid (NAS com- female point of view about Navy
mas New Year season will find one important exception to the normal military
manding officer) has taken Z life She will meet with various ..
and reservation travel.
Gams to heart in advance of wives' organizations while here. standby
This year, major airlines will not add 'blackout' days which limit the periods
when military personnel can take advantage of lower fares. (According to the

Defense Dept. Authorizes NAS Jacksonville JAMTO office, Bldg. 13, military reservation privileges will be

I suspended only on Fridays and Sundays from 1 p.m. until midnight to ac-

Early Outs for Christmas comodate peak travel.) ___________________

'The major airlines will con fares, servicemen and women remaining after all reservationshave
tinue to offer services they have must be: on active duty, on leaveor been claimed. Standby
Washington (AFPS) The liberal leave during the holiday offered during the year,' said one pass, traveling at their own passengers on non connecting
Defense Department has good period. Leave periods announcedby official of the Military Traffic expense and in uniform. Service flights are not subject to bumpingat
news for thousands of ser the services are: Management and Terminal personnel must also have a DD stops en route. There are no
vicemen waiting for those Army 7 a.m. Dec. 19 through Service (MTMTS), a Defense Form 1580 if they are traveling by weekend or holiday restrictionson
traditional 'early out' an- 5 p.m. Jan. 3. Department agency responsiblefor air. military standby travel.
nouncements.All Navy No specified period. monitoring holiday travel. Current fares and travel By traveling under military
of the services will have Fleet and operational commanders restrictions: reservation, service people can
release which will leave MTMTS has rail bus and .
early policies prescribe urged save about one third the ticket
will let about air carriers to'' act to
generally people go periods.Air early Rail price and are guaranteed seats.
one or two weeks earlier than Force-Dec. 9 through Jan. coordinate their scheduling to However, as in the past, most
their normal separation dates. 3.Marine meet the holiday travel demands.To Railroads offer a reduction of airlines plan to suspend the
The Navy, Marine Corps and Corps-Dec. 16 through about 25 percent on one way and reservation privilege during peak
Air Force will permit early outs Jan. 9.The. be eligible' for reduced roundtrip fares.Thelower fares weekend hours during the coming

for ,men, and women whose are available on a yearroundbasis holiday period according to
normal release dates occur with no weekend or'holiday MTMTS officials.
between Dec. 9 and Jan. 19. The restrictions.
Army dates for early out rw
eligibility are Dec. 19 through rd; r Bus
Jan. 3.Navy. Make Christmas

and Air Force policies 1 Furlough fares during the
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\will be applied worldwide, except } 'Fn holiday period will be limited to Dinner Plans NowJax
that local Navy. commandersmay selected points in the Eastern
hold any personnel they feel states and between Eastern and Christmas Day
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are necessary to the operation of Midwestern states. They Dinner will be served at the
their 'command. generally apply to round trip Enlisted Men's Dining Hall
Marine Corps policy applies to travel.The fares are available all from 1 to 5 p.m. Dec. 25th.
personnel stationed within the year, with no weekend or Holiday Reservations for this
continental United States, Hawaii restrictions. dinner must be made by
and Alaska.Army policy includes Dec. 18th. Prices are as ..
only those stationed in the con Air follows: $1.00 for enlisted \
tinental United States, or in personnel drawing com-
overseas areas which are also Two types of reduced fare are muted rations, 75 cents for .
permanent areas of residence offered: standby and military dependent children under h
(commonwealths, trusts, reservation. There are restric- 12 years of age, and $1.50
dependencies, Alaska or tions on both types of travel. for all other dependentsand
Hawaii.) Winner'...R.T. Thornton Af rtCS, accepts trophy and two Gator The standby fare is about half guests.
Commanders also have been Bowl tickets from Capt. T.T.' Col 'authorized and urged' to grant Publishing Company looks on. military traveler seats

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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own anSI not to

be considered an official expression of any military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not

constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

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The Breath of FreedomBill L -J



of Rights Day Dec. 15, 1970 .. marks the 179th anniversary of

the occasion, in 1791,when: the first 10 amendments to our Constitutionwent
into effect. Few Americans celebrate the date anymore; as a 11' 1-
holiday, the event has fallen into disuse.It .

seems, we have become so complacent about the guarantees GI.1t
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provided by the Bill of Rights that we take them for granted. 1 ,
These first amendments were not an afterthought of the framers of I \ ,

the Constitution. In fact, even a casual reading of the document CatholicNAVAL
reveals that at least eight, and perhaps nine, of the provisions of the -
Bill of Rights are contained or I implied within the main text of the ,
Constitution itself. 1J4k AIR STATION


Saturday Mass 5 P.M. Sunday

Mass. 8 and 11 A.M. Daily Mass

4K1fY j b s Monday 11 A.M. Tuesday
through Friday 11:30: A.M.
r 1 Saturday Confessions 10:30: .

11:15: A.M.
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Sunday Mass -9:30: A.M&ldg. 500

SPECIAL GUESTS RAdm. and Mrs. Lawrence Heyworth Jr. (I)

chat with the guests of honor, Capt. John Waters, USCG (Ret) and his .
wife Peggy at the Com Fair Jax 'Guest Night' event held at the Of. Sunday Worship 10 A.M.
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r ficers' Club last Friday. Capt. Waters, who is the chief operating of-

fleer for the city of Jacksonville,was the guest speaker
Rather, the first 10 amendments were, it seems, an emphasis, an ProtestantNAVAL
assertion, that the rights'- to name several of free speech, free
press, freedom against unwarranted search and seizure and freedomto

a speedy trial by jury would never by infringed upon., either by the AIR STATION
Federal Government or the individual States.

Freedom such as is assured by our Constitutions is pretty heady JIt&J1r J Sunday
stuff for most people; indeed, in some nations of the world, there are
people who have surrendered their freedoms for what they think is
security; in most cases,what they really get is tyranny. Holy Communion 8:30: A.M.
Freedom for Americans is essential Bldg.750 ChurchSchoolall( ages)
an to our everyday living as
but observe different
The two air station dining halls serve the same menu
the very air we I breathe. Freedom, to remain freedom, must be meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows: 9:00: A.M.
exercised. We must use it-or lose it. breakfast i a.m. to 7:30: a.m.; dinner 11 a.m. to I p.m.: and supper 4 p.m. to Junior Church (nursery grade
5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. SSI, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m.: 6)) 10 A.M. Divine'Worship Ser-
Chaplain's MessagesNew dinner It a.m. to 12:30: a.m.; ,supper 5:00: p.m. to :1S.: Both Dining halls ob vice 10 A.M. Bldg. 750 Junior
serve the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast 4.30: a.m. to
1:30: a.m.; brunch V:30a: .m. to 12:30: p.m.; and upper.4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m. Youth Fellowship 1 P.M. Bldg.
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25 722 Senior Youth Fellowship 1:30
cents;dinner and brunch for*S cents and supper for 50 cent
Slate for 1971By P.M. Bldg. 722.

Friday, December 11 SANDWICH LINE .. Chili Dogs
Capt.John M; Danielsen, CHC SUPPER .. Beef Rice Soup, El Tuesday
BREAKFAST Hot Buttered Grits, Rancho Stew, Baked Hamburger &
The New Year offers every individual an opportunity to make things Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Noodles, Buttered Egg Noodles, Christian. Science Service 7,
differen ,for every day will require new decisions, new ways of action. Order, French Toast, Choice of Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Harvard P.M.
We live always at the cross-roads of life and in every action we are Bologna, Fish Fillet, Eggs Au Gratin, Beets, French Apple Pie!
Hash Brown Assorted Cake ,
faced with a choice as to which way we will go. John Oxenham speaksof Doughnuts. potatoes Tuesday December 15 Tuesday

this in one of his poems: DINNER Mulligatawny Soup,
'To every man there openth a way and ways and a way Boiled Spaghetti, Italian Meat Sauce, BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Hard Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 P.M.
And the high soul treads the high way, and the low soul gropes the Pizza Pie, Garlic Toasted Bread, Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs, to Order, Bldg. 750
Buttered AsparagUs, Fried ,Summer Griddle Cakes, Grilled Bacon Slices,
low; Squash, Blackberry Pie. T'' Minced Beef, Hash Brown Potatoes,
And in between on the misty flats, the rest drift to and fro; SANDWICH LINE '- Fish'' Portion Iced Lady Fingers. NATTC
But to every man there openth a high way and a low; Sandwich. DINNER .. Vegetable Soup, Baked
SUPPER -. Oyster Stew, Seafood Veal Loaf or Chili Con Carne, Cream
And man decideth the his soul shall
every way go.
Divine Worship 11 A.M. Bldg.
Platter of Fish Portions, Scallops, Onion Gravy, Steamed Rice, French
No one would ever take the easy, the short, the undisciplined way, Breaded Shrimp, Scalloped Macaroniwith Fried Potatoes, Boiled Pinto Beans, 500
if the consequences were carefully considered. All actions, all Cheese, Tomatoes & Bacon, Buttered Green Peas, Oatmeal Nut
decisions correctly made require us to see, not just the beginning, but Roast Veal Loaf, Buttered Mixed Cookies.
also the end of the way. To see things not in passing moments, but in Vegetables, Cry Baby'Cookies. SANDWICH LINE Grilled
Saturday, December 12 Hamburgers.
the light of God's eternity.The BREAKFAST.. Hot Oatmeal, Hard SUPPER Knickerbocker Soup,
Bible speaks to this point in the following verses: 'Go in throughthe Boiled Eggs, Eggs to Order, French Baked Virginia Ham, Pineapple Traffic
narrow gate; for wide is the gate and broad is the way which leadsto Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choice of Sauce, Mashed Sweet Potatoes,
ruin, and there are many who go through it. Narrow is the gate and Bacon, Luncheon\ Meat or Minute Scalloped Potatoes, Southern Style
Steaks, Hash Brown Potatoes, Fruit- Greens, Buttered Broccoli Spears, Violations
hard is the way that leads to life, and those who find it are few.' Filled Coffee Cake. Chocolate Cream Pie.
(Matthew 7:13-14): ) BRUNCH .. Fried Eggs to Order,
To carefully, and consistently seek to obey God's moral and Breakfast Meat, Grilled Ham & Wednesday, December 16
spiritual laws as we deal with the choices of each day, is the best wayto Cheese or Tuna Salad Sandwiches,
French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, BREAKFAST Hot Wheat Cereal,
insure that the new year will be happy. Baked Beans, Strawberry Shortcakewith Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Jax The following is a reportof
Whipped Topping. Order, French Toast, Grilled Pork
Sausage, Minced Beef, Hash Brown motor vehicle accidents and
SUPPER .. Breaded Veal Cutlet, Potatoes, Raisin Cookies. traffic violations for the period of
HOLDING IV SHARi OF YOUR FU1UKE Tomato Gravy, Oven Brown Potatoes, DINNER .. Beef Noodle Soup, November 23 to 29.
Steamed Rice, Hot Spice Beets, Green Spanish Steak, Pan Gravy, Mashed
Peas & Celery, Banana Cream Pie. Potatoes, Baked Potatoes with Sour Number of Accidents
Sunday, December 13 Cream, French Fried Cauliflower,
.. Buttered Mixed Vegetables,
BREAKFAST Hot Farina, Hard
This week 5
Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, Pineapple Upside Down Cake.
French Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choiceof SANDWICH LINE Simmered This week a year ago 10
Bacon, Ham, or Pork Sausage; Frankfurters.with Sauerkraut. Total accidents this year 291
Hash'' Brown) 'Potatoes I Iced. DoubleS SUPPER Cream of Potato Soup, Total accidents through ,this
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$. i Filed Liver & Onions, Beef Sukiyaki,
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.. BRUNCH .., Fried Eggs'td: prderr. Onion Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Fried period last year 399
1 Breakfast Meat Western Sandwich t>r Rice, Seasoned Lima Beans, Lime Total number of days since last
y AJAX fpS Ham Salad Sandwich, French Fried Jello with Whipped Cream. injury in a motor vehicle accident
Potatoes. Potato Chips, Baked Beans, 65
Yellow Pound Cake. Thursday, December
Number of days since an injury
SUPPER Grilled Beef Steak, BREAKFAST .- Cornmeal Mush, last year at this time 187
Fried Onions & Mushrooms, Baked Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to
Potatoes with Sour Cream, Buttered Order,' Griddle Cakes, Grilled Bacon Number of Violations
Broccoli, Scalloped Tomatoes. Sugar Slices, Creamed Chipped Beef, Hash
AIR NEWS Cookies. Brown Potatoes, Iced Braids.
This
week
DINNER Chicken Rice Soup, 71
Monday, December 14 Savory Baked Chicken, Baked Salmon Speeding 16
Loaf, Chicken Gravy, Mashed Reckless driving 2
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper BREAKFAST .. Hot Hominy Grits, Potatoes Hot Spiced Beets, Peas & Going through stop sign 10
Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried. Eggs to Celery, Orange Jello with Whipped
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Order, French Toast, Ham Slices, Topping. Other violations 43
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Creamed Ground Beef, Hash Brown SANDWICH LINE Grilled 23 drivers appeared before the
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Potatoes, Glazed Doughnuts. Hamburgers. Traffic Hearing Board on Dec. 3.
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must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS DINNER. Onion Soup. Oven Roastof SUPPER Minestrone Soup, Disposition of the cases includedthe
Italian Meat Sauce,
Beef, Brown Beef Gravy, Mashed Boiled Spaghetti,
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Potatoes, Savory Bread Dressing, Pizza Pie, Toasted Cuban Bread, following:
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Creole Snap Beans, Club Spinach,* Buttered Brussel Sprouts, Strawberry 12 lost driving and parking
3119. Peach Pie. Cream Pie. privileges aboard the station for

various periods; 6 were assignedto
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Christmas Play Slated SundayJax complete an eight-hour coursein

concerning such should be directed to: remedial driving; 8 received
'0 At the 10 a.m. Sunday night of the miraculous birth of suspensions; 6 were given
THE HOLT PUBLISHIN&COMPANY service Dec. 13, the Christmas our Savior Jesus Christ. The warnings; 5 were dismissed; 6

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Cantata 'A Night of Miracles' by choir will be directed by Mrs. were fined (U.S. Commissioner);

Telephone 388 2755 John Petersen, will be presentedby Charles Dalton.On and 3 were referred to com-
the All Saints Protestant the same day at 7 p.m., the manding officers for possible

VOL. 28 NO. 38 DECEMBER 10, 1970 Chapel Choir. youth of the Protestant Sunday disciplinary action.
The cantata portrays the story School will present a Christmas 13 drivers were assessed 37
of' an unforgettable night the play. traffic points.

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CECIL
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, Protestant Chapel
1 Choir will present its well known
: 'Night of Miracles' on Sunday,
ii Decmeber 13th at 7:00: p.m. in the Peter O'Toole, Katherine
f Memorial Chapel. Hepburn, (color drama), RatedG.
Night of Miracles was writtenby Darker Than Amber .
John W. Peterson in 1958. It
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presents a musical expression of Rod Taylor,Suzy Kendall, Jane Monday
. < i r rkt: 1 wonder and joy at the love of God Russell, (color drama), Rated R.
,. .. 1 for man as seen in the birth of Horse In The Gray Flannel Suit
Chris Tomorrow
, The Protestant Choir has Dean Jones, Diane Baker,
presented 'Night of Miracles' Angel Levine (color comedy drama), Rated G.
, during every Christmas season
, for three years. Under the Zero Mostel, Harry Belafonte, Tuesday
direction of Mrs. Amy Hartmanthe (color comedy drama), Rated
, presentation has drawn an GP. Stiletto
r Malor D. A. Powell, presents Navy Commendation Medal to SSgt. increasingly large attendance.
1 D. O. Eriksson at the Marine Barracks The citation read in part 'for There is no admission chargefor Saturday! Alex Cord, Britt Ekland,
voluntary visits to field units that were operationally deployed in the musical. It is a Christmas Barbra McNair, (color drama),
1 combat for delivery of supplies, communications, health and comfort gift from the Protestant Choir to Doctor Zhivago Rated R
I I{ items to field advisors.' the personnel and families of the
SSgt. Eriksson is a veteran of 11 years in the Marine Corps. Navy community. Omar Shariff, Julie Christie, WednesdayA
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Those planning to attend are Geraldine Chaplian, (color
['1 Gunslingers Claim US API Record urged to arrive early to insure drama), Rated GP. Fist Full Of Dollars
getting a seat in the chapel.

:: ; While deployed to the Med from claiming it to be a record. SundayLion Clint Eastwood, Marianne
:' June to November 1970 the USAFI Course Enrollment, 51 Koch, (color western),Rated GP,
:F} enlisted personnel of VA-105 Personnel in Winter excellent.
'(.1 compiled the following USAFI College Level Examination, 13 Cecil Field
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High School G.E.D., 5 Com-
pleted Wifeline'Christmas (Mrs. T.W.), Candy McLester Pot Luck
! Also the Gunslingers conducted (Mrs. R.G.) and Millie Gilley.
: USAFI Group Study for its Candy McLester was presentedalso The Medical and Dental wives
'" enlisted personnel with 35 men is coming, the with a baby gift. Most of the and their husbands joined NAS
MOTORS & CYCLES CO. enrolled in four courses in- goose is getting fat' and everyoneis morning was devoted to making Jax and Mayport Medical and
jf' 4949 BLANDING BLVD. structed by the Officers of VA- busy with holiday parties and plans for the club's seventh Dental l clubs for a pot luck supper
1i:; PHONE 771-8244 105. packages. .. annual Christmas party for Monday night at the Gator Den at
.I'.' M underprivileged children from NAS Jax. The den was decoratedby
';': VA-45 Party Fairfield Elementary School in the Cecil Field club and
" Jacksonville. Each year VA-45 featured candles made by its
VA-45 Officers wives met wives raise money to take 30 members. Sue Shetterly (Mrs.
AetnaS Wednesday at the home of Sharie children on a Christmas shopping Roger) was in charge of
1 The Kelly(Mrs. H.W.). Co-hostess for spree with the cooperation of decorations.
the morning coffee was Millie May Cohens downtown.
Gilley (Mrs. E.R.). During the Following the shopping, the Happy Hours
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Holiday Fund presented to Irene Lubberstedt party the only Christmas that Those who attended the Happy
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INSTRUCTOR TRANSFERSTO oath for another three years. Lt. AO 'A' Class 114 made Honor
FLEET RESERVEJax K.M. Nelson, phase officer of the Class with a total of 462 points.
Aviation Ordnanceman 'A' The Class Advisor is AOC Billy
AEC Robert L. Moser School, conducted the reenlist- Davis and the Class Leaders are
transferred to the Fleet Reserve ment ceremony in the Captain's AN C.E. Moriarty and AA
after 19 years and 10 months of office Raymond E. Sye. This is the
active duty in the Navy.NATTC's second consecutive time, Class -
Commanding Officer Capt. JohnE. Petty Officer McCoy joined the 114 has been Honor Class, last I
Kennedy conducted the Navy in February 1956. Duringthe time they had 448 points.Hospital -ni--
ceremony Dec. 1. 14 years and nine months of .
Chief Moser received a NATTC his naval career, he was Cuts'Appointments
plaque and a letter of appreciation stationed with VP-44 at Patuxent
for his devotion to River, Md., a duty station whichhe w
duty, his outstanding leadership claims stands out in his mind t0
abilities and the high level of because he was a flight crew Jax The NAS hospital is
professional competence he member there. Prior to reportinghere scheduled to cut its workload ,
displayed as an instructor in in January 1970, he was. capacity to half December 14 to
Phase III of the Aviation Elec- stationed at NAS Keflavik, January 8 in order to allow
tricians Mate 'A' School. Iceland. maximum holiday leave to its !
Chief Moser enlisted in the A01 McCoy, an instructor in personnel. NEW E 5's Capt. C. W. Lewis, Jr., commanding officer of the
Navy January 29, 1951, and Phase IV of the AO 'A' School, Emergencies will be receivedbut Naval Hospital, congratulates HM2 R. F. Stock (center) and HM2 T.
during his naval career he has lives at Enchanted Park with his NAS commands are asked to M. Whipple during a ceremony in which they were promoted to their I'
had duty with various ships, wife Erla and their four children.ADVANCEMENTS keep 'sick call to a minimum. present? rate.
squadrons and stations. He was
Red Darters
stationed here for the first timeas One senior chief petty officer,
a student in 1952 when he at- one second class and two third -
tended Airman Fundamentals class were advanced to their Select TopServiceman
'P'School and the AE 'A' School. present rates Dec. 1, during
He returned to NAS in February ceremonies conducted by Capt.
1956 and was attached to VW-4 for Kennedy. The four men were
two years. In 1962 he came backto presented advancement cer- st
NATTC for instructor duty, tificates and were congratulatedon Jax ADJ2 Jimmy Busby has
and in 1966 he attended the AE 'B' their promotions. been named the November Sailor
School. He was with VF-213 Those advanced are AECS of the Month for Patrol Squadron
aboard the USS Kitty Hawk priorto M.R. Tucker, AE2 A.M. Tibi, 45, currently deployed to
reporting here in June 1969. HM3 R.J. Wreford and A03 D.L.. Sigonella, Sicily.
Chief Moser and his wife Labrecque. His selection as the squadron's
Dolores have three children and HONOR CLASSESCongratulations a outstanding enlisted man for the
are presently residing in go to Class 113 #,r month was based on his superior
Jacksonville. He plans to take up of the AE'A' School and Class 114 j.t eVt performance and high standardsof
the carpeting business as his of the AO 'A' School for winningthe personal excellence. He works
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second career. Honor Class title for the week in the check crew branch of the
INSTRUCTOR SHIPS Dec. 7 through 14. 1 aircraft division and supervisesand
FOR THREE AE'A'Class 13 won with a totalof 1 Me iA inspects all scheduled
On the morning of Dec. 1, A01 990 points.The Class Advisor is maintenance of P3
Robert M. McCoy raised his right AE1 R.F. Webber and the Class ; powerplants and related ..
hand and took the reenlistment Leader is AA B.D. Cramer. i systems.
In presenting the award, Cdr.
S.J. McArdle Jr., the squadronCO
commended Busby for his
professional manner, 'good
RETIRES AFTER 30- LCdr. Alex M. Sills and his wife Mittie are humor and cheerful spirit.' He
piped over the side at FAW-11 headquarters. LCdr. Sills retired, concluded, 'Your military con
NARF Employees: wearing the same blue uniform he bought in Hawaii in 1945 when he duct and appearance has
made chief.The 25.year old uniform has never been altered and is in provided an example for others to
excellent condition. He plans to reside in Orange Park follow. Your loyalty and devotionto
ELECTION DAY, DECEMBER 17 duty have gained you the

respect and confidence of your
VOTE RIGHT VOTE NAGEHONEYMOON ''r
seniors and all of those with
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BONATIORGANHORN
September 1969 after a tour
with Helicopter Attack (light)
l Squadron Three in Vietnam. He
&VOCALMonday received the Vietnam Service
: and Campaign Medals, the Air
e"r through SaturdayMHIIMHIMIIHHNHNMmilHIHMNHHIMMnHMHNM
Medal with four strike
flight
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terested in caring for the sick and
injured may be eligible for the
Naval Hospital Corps School.
PIRATES COVE tickets sale for
$15
go on per
.. Those who are in
pay grades E-
couple. The party will be from 8 r
2 and E-3 with GCT and ARI test
Tonight's entertainment includes p.m. to 1 a.m. Dec. 31. There will
Phil Cay and the Chantels. be a Happy Hour Wednesday scores of 50 or higher and whohaven't
Tomorrow features the from 4:30: to 6 p.m.CPOCLUB. graduated from a Class
'A' school well their
are on way to
Camelots, Saturday night it's the
Dark Entry, and Sunday it's Bus 't being acceptable.
Stop.The main club will be closed ;II Beginning January 14 the
Monday evening for VA-37's Today's special is 20 cents off \ course will be 16 weeks long.
party but the Package Store, on all pizza. Tomorrow features Schools are at Great Lakes, 111.,
and Mark Castle. and San Diego, Calif. All Wave
Snack Bar, Dining Room dancing to Saturday
Crows' Nest will be open. The through Sunday it's the Four \ applicants will go to Great Lakes
Camelots appear Tuesday Clubs. Tuesday features a for their training. New classes
evening and there will be dancingto chicken dinner special for $1.45. start weekly at both locations.
the Four of Clubs Wednesday.Go Wednesday be on hand for a VIP Those who go to the school
Go Girls provide lunch ,. luncheon for CPO's only. The r'i : must have a 24-month active
time entertainment weekdaysfrom Wednesday night special is Rib ..: obligated service starting on the
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sports Eye Steak for $1.95 and Thur .a..l't.. '" day of graduation. For more
movies are presented Mondays, sday's special is 20 cents off on all information call the NAS
Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from pizza. ..".,. Educational Services Office at
1 to 8 p.m. There will be a dance Ext. 2597.
contest on Thursdays and a Go OFFICERS CLUB I s sr Requests will go to the Bureauof
, Go Girl Contest on Fridays. n 3 3.ij Medicine and Surgery for final
Steak Night will be featured in approval.
.ij
Acey Deucey Club the Dining Room this evening, .ij8f
and there will be Happy Hour
.There will be an advisory board tomorrow from 4:30: to 6:30:
meeting today at 1:30: p.m. followed by the Seafood Buffet.

Tonight's cocktail hour is from 7 Saturday there will be a .
to 9. Tomorrow's menu special is Christmas Dinner sponsored by 1I
shrimp Creole and the entertainment the Hospital Officers' Wives RETIREES AFTER 30 YEARS TMCM Robert L Justice, leading
includes Mel Gaden Club, and on Sunday the Family chief of the NAS Weapons Department piped over the side as he -eb
and the Lazy Rhythm Girls. Buffet will be served from 5 to 9 retires from a 30 year Navy career. He plans to work for a local insurance
Evelyn Mee and the Three company.
p.m.Make
Sounds provide Saturday's en- your reservations now
tertainment, and Sunday there for Wednesday's Italian Buffet, Marine Air Reserve Program Has OpeningsJax I
will be dancing to Tommy 'C' and and all junior officers are en-
the Seminoles. Monday's drink of couraged to attend the Hard Rock .. '
Openings are now active duty.The remainder of the visit the'
Marine
program, Air
the week is Bar Vodka. On Dance scheduled for 8 that
Tuesday New Year's Eve Partv evening. available in the Marine Air six year obligation is fulfilled by Reserve at Bldg. 900, or call the
,
.A Reserve six-month program in drills one weekend each month local\!recruiter at 7722950.
BANKAMERICARD-AMERICAII EXPRESS-STANDARD which qualified applicants may here at NAS, with two weeks
MASTERCHARGE Credit CardsHonoredROOSWHT enlist now and not leave for ac- summer training away from the 4A' Schools Offer
tive duty for up to six months.No Jacksonville area.
u drills are required while in the Enlistees in the Reserve
MALL
Fast
AdvancementIf
delay period. program have the option of at-
The Marine Air Reserve tending either aviation or
program requires its members to non-aviation type schools. For your are enrolled in the
serve a minimum of six months further details about this Advanced Electronics Field

car wash (AEF), Nuclear Field (NF), or
i graduate from one of more than
30" selected Class 'A' service

MONDAY THRU SATURDAY schools, you may be eligible for

HOURS:8:30AM5:30PMJACKSONVILLE'S: : : NARF Employees: accelerated advancement to
second or third class petty of.
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ELECTION DAY, DECEMBER 17 Personnel serving in the above-
mentioned categories may
T VOTE RIGHT VOTE NAGE receive automatic promotions
provided they (1)) Have a
minimum active duty obligationof
NEWESTand FINEST D D a six years; and ((2)) are
recommended for promotion by
TfWOTAAVENUF their commanding officer or
SALES AND SERVICE service school director.

1971SSHB < The following Class 'A' schoolsare
authorized to award accelerated -
Corolla BEAUTIFUL NEW MOTOR INN promotions to 25 per
cent of the members of each
Sedan {i graduating class: AC AE AG
AM AV (AW and AX ratings),
BT CT( less CTA),DC EM EN
4IAA1INTERSTATE: GMT HT 1C, IM MM MR RD
RM SF, TD, and TM.
1884: UP TO 34 Ml Fifteen percent of the
PFRGALLONStandard graduates from the following
Class 'A' schools may be advanced
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Wh.H. wall 11 res'Wheeic overs Nylon c. rpetsFro.nt COLOR. TV IN EVERY ROOM and YN.

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X;$: main concern and the contracting of work out their main objective. 'i"1

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..... work here at NARF, Jax and in other Government agencies. The parent union of '.
':: lAM (AFL-CIO) constantly lobbies for the work to go to private industry. Where "w .

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V ',4: conditions and the same problems you have had for the past years. NAGE Is the .
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-Unit 91, Ladies Auxiliary ments for the Christmas party all non ticket holders must leave
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hf 1 4 < 4 Fleet Reserve Association ex- meeting. Also ladies, please the club by 8:30: p.m. The party
tends seasons greetings to all. bring a non-perishable food itemto starts at 9 p.m. Come on time
Sunday at 2 p.m. Fleet Reserve the meeting for the Christmas because there will be no reserved
Branch and Unit 91 will have baskets for the needy. If you tables. Tickets are$10 per person
their annual Christmas party at forgot last month bring two this and will include everything.A .
w their home, 5391 Collins. Parentsare month. very merry Christmas and a
asked to bring a wrapped toy Branch 91 of the Fleet Reserve happy new year is wished to each
or gift with child's name attachedfor Association will celebrate its and everyone.
Santa Claus to distribute Silver Anniversary, 25 years, on
(Gift cost not to exceed$1)).There December 19 at Collins at '6:30:
will be a buffet of snacks, cup p.m. It will be a semi formal
I1r cakes, punch and sandwiches for dinner, dance and cocktail hour.
T- all the young and young at heart. All members of the branch and
All unit members are asked to unit that are planning to attend 4 RfltUTIOtsil
bring a plate of sandwiches. After this very festive affair are askedto
the party the drawing will be held make their reservations as
for the 'Basket of Cheer.' soon as possible because of : I1tE
The regular meeting of Unit 91 limited space. Call SM John .. N.
will be held Monday at 8 p.m., Scanlon, 722-9961, SM Dick
5391 Collins Road. Opening Atkinson 264 9166, SM Jack $
rituals will be observed and Wadelin 264.6045 or Mrs. James /'HIND
initiation of new members, but Breeze 387-5575 for reservations.
V W w W regular business will be Tickets are $2.50 per person.A s.
dispensed with so the ladies can big new year's eve
FINAL SALUTE Escourting his wife, LCdr. Frederick ReynoldsJr. 'exchange gifts (not to"exceed celebration is planned December
., Project Transition officer, receives a last salute before his $1.25)). Vice president, Mrs. 31 at the Fleet Reserve Club 5391
retirement after more than 30 years in the Navy. He joined 111'40! as a Thomas Lancaster and junior Collins Road. All beverages,-hats
seaman apprentice and worked his way through the'ranks to become past president, Mrs. Joseph and noisemakers will be includedin
;an officer. Pierotti! will,furnish the refresh- the cost of the tickets and the 1P
music will be by the Goodtimers. YbIR ORa
Some There will be no admission IISE CLANs r
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Christmas is a time of toys and 'But, there are some toys on the
Many electric are now
toys
happiness. But an ill chosen toy market which are not considered
available. Electricity is
may cause injury or possibly minimally safe,' Oswald states.
dangerous to adults and doubly so
death instead of the squeals of.joy One of the most important
to children who have no ideas of
intended. things to inspect on a toy is its its properties. New electric ,toys NARF Employees:
'Parents should extremecare construction. Kids
use give toys a
usually have no shock hazard or
in selecting toys for their rough workout. Actually, child
current leakage. But play stoves,
ELECTION
children Robert Oswald much the DAY DECEMBER 17
says toy accidents are not so
irons, and metal molding and
director of American Red Cross result of design, workmanship
poor
wood devices do hot.
burning get
VOTE RIGHT VOTE NAGE
Safety Programs. 'Although most or materials as they are
A child must be taught to respect
toys are considered safe, there of misuse. So a toy must be
are still a good many on the durable to stand up to such them. L1E oy [ J
market having features con- treatment. Like regular household ap-
sidered below minimum safety Plastic that shatters, metal plicances, these electrically *
standards or that could make with sharp edges and wood that operated toys do get old and
them potentially dangerous! splinters or has unsanded edgesare worn, and the insulation can fail. .
American toy manufacturers, dangerous. A toy should be
says the Red Cross safety put together so a child cannot
director, are generally very yank off a wheel or break it opento
concerned and have been very leave exposed sharp edges or,
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. ; The Cecil Field Chess Club won 4t Special Services still has
a 5 game rematch at the station tickets for the Hank Williams Jr., J. D. Brewster
r \ library last Sunday. Cecil and the Johnny Cash show. s
defeated a strong JacksonvilleCity --
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The Hank Williams Jr, show is L
club four to one and
games Jan. 12th and the price of the BasketballOps
Supply turned back VA-105,47-21.
< so far Cecil has won 7 out of 10
] games played between the two tickets are: $5.00, $4.50 and $4.00 Hall from Supply took top scoring
both their starts last
won honors with 13 points.
clubs. The Johnny Cash show is Jan.
I Playing the 5 boards for Cecil I 16th and the tickets will cost week, beating the Marines 57-37 VA-81 will square off against
were: Digno Sabio, Charles $7.50, $6.50, $5.50, $4.50 and $3.50. behind the hot hand of Little who VA-174 at 1700 on December 10 to
and
Phillips, Bob Allen, Gerald bagged 25 points, swamping determine the 1st half basketball
| Duncan and Jerry Steiner. Also, there are still tickets left VA-105, 7527. Little hit for 17 championship.Each .
.j In tournament play, in which for the hard rock performance by points to again take scoring team features a well oiled
'The Band'.This show will be this to
} the team winning the majority of honors. VA-105, according fast break. VA-81 has a decided
the five games wins the tor- Friday, and tickets cost $5.00 veteran fans (those with Duval height advantage, while VA-174
l nament. By winning the majorityof $4.00 and $3.00. County code numbers) set a boasts the best SET of guards at

games, Cecil has remained 'Big Three' ADJ1 Robert H. Anyone wanting tickets for any dubious record they failed to Cecil Field. The game should be
undefeated in tournament play. Barrett reenlisted Nov. 18th for of these preformances should score in the 1st minute- of play. rated a toss-up, and should
l To the Cecil Chess Club, three more years. contact Special Services. The Marines ended their victory provide a thrilling spectacle for
3 congrats for a job well done!!! famine by taking the our fans.
measure of VA-105, 6321. Personable Van Gogh Brown

,. Beer Machines In Last Vigilante AcceptedThe Redepenning and Telles tallied the 16 was given his unconditional
points each for release by coach Wilt Tate of VC4 -

, Senior PO BKS Yellowwaterites.VA45 and has been picked up by
, Navy has accepted its last North American Rockwell edged VA-82, 61-59. Rick Supply for bench strength. I'
RA-5C, the reconnaissance. Corporation at Columbus, Ohio. Haight from VA-82 paced all 'Van' scored 4 points in the VA-
., WASHINGTON (AFPS) version of the A-5A Vigilante. The The prototype go-ahead was scorers with 29 points, while Ford 105 encounter in just one quarter ,
' Commanders at U.S. Navy 140th RA-5C marked the end of a had 23 points for the 'Blackbirds'.
given ten years ago and the of play. :
bases and stations in the United
which the its trailed by 15 points en-
program gave Navy VA-82
in the
Membership Cecil Field 1
States and overseas are being aircraft was first operationally
advanced but ralliedto
tactical recon- tering the 4th quarter,
encouraged to install beer- deployed in 1964. 25 Point Club lagged uqtil the
vending machines in bachelor naissance system. The recon- The Navy's nine operational tie the game. However, Haightwas final week of play in the 1st half,
officers' quarters and senior naissance Vigilantes deploy on lost with less than 2 minutesto
when four
players finally enteredthe
all RA-5C; squadrons are based at the received his 5th
enlisted quarters. Navy attack aircraft carriers play, having
Naval Air Station Sanford club. Entrants are: Blake, 30
f Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt and have seen extensive servicein foul. Player-coach Keenan
.i Jr., chief of naval operations, Vietnam. Florida, when not deployed. scored the winning hoop on a points, Haight, 29, Hendrickson,
made the announcement. The RA-5C has multi-sensor 27. and Little 25.
1 The RA-5C's were built by driving lay-up.
Bowling
reconnaissance: capability A VA-Bi warmed up for their 1st
'canoe' attached to its belly National League: Eleven
round title match by swamping
contains most of the recon- keglers enjoyed 500 sets; D. "
SBob's naissance sensors. VA-105 81-28 and coming from Malone ((575)), Miller ((557)),
1 Oak Hill behind to best Supply 5750. '
The RA-5C reconnaissance DelVecchio (Old Mr. Consistency II'
Hendrickson ((27) and Blake ((24))
system operates in conjunctionwith the VA-81 attack { ) ((554)), Byrd ((537)),

Pure Service Center an integrated operational against triggered VA-105. Blake was nearlythe Swasey ((553)), Plourde (521)), \
intelligence center at its home Roberts ((516)), Meyers ((514)), I
entire show in the Supply
base or carrier. This permits Gesebracht ((509)), Russell ((505)), !
as he became the 1st player
Open for your convenience 6 a.m10 p.m. rapid processing, interpretation, to game notch 30 points this season. and Eptchete ((502)). Six 200 i(,
display and storage of collected games, were tossed: D. Malone ,.
':. rood service & intelligence.The VA-86, with 6 players scoring in ((237)), Gesebracht ((216)), Ken-
pick .up delivery double figures, routed VA-37, 83-
aircraft's main defense on tucky Kernel Meyers ((213)),
I' mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars its reconnaissance missions is its scored 38. Both 16 Worsham points for and the Holbrook winners. Miller ((204)), Plourde ((204)) and
speed, which exceeds 1,400 miles Bill Parker ((203)) brought up the
turnoversand
Despite numerous
per hour. rear for a change.
PHONE 103rd & Jammes Road a sputtering fast break, Standings:

771-9156 Jacksonville Florida POQ 30-10'
'j" VA-17414o.1 28-12

.' Admin 26-14
NAMTD 26-14

NARF Employees: Ops Dental 25-15 24-16

Medical 23.17

t ELECTION DAY, DECEMBER 17 Power Plants No. 2 16-24
Weapons 13.27

ti :. VOTE RIGHT VOTE NAGE Air Frames 10-30
VA-174-No.
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!;; : drawn carriage, many enjoyed going through the Old
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naval air station's largest tenant command, the Naval Air Technical Training ", .. \ '; :: I.

Center (NATTC), where they learn, the basics about aeronautical equipment. ," ; ,; ",
Specialized training, however, is taught at two small detachments that are a partof \ik .

the Naval Air Training Group (NAVTRAGRU), headquartered at Memphis.The ,',',' .. .......-
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training group has 53 M4 rka (..... ."",.. .'
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detachments all over the country take the school to the students Equipment, came into being. ::5' //'
with instructors teaching people rather than the students to the The officer-in.charge of the
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how to maintain aircraft, school. two detachments is LCdr. W. B. .
weapons and ground support The first detachment set up James. The leading chiefs are r i 555 .
equipment. Actual engines along here in 1956 was an F-8 detachment AOCS Claude Leasure of the Air
I with cut engines and mock-ups Later in 1960 a P-2 detach-- Launch Weapons Detachmentand
help the instructors in showing ment was added. The present Air ASCS Richard Pyle of the
future specialists how to work on Launch Weapons Detachment, Aviation Support Equipment rt \
the newest equipment. which is scheduled to move to Detachment.The .
These detachments are here Mayport in about a year, was set Air Launch Weapons and
because the need and studentsare up in 1968. In 1969 the other the Aviation Support Equipment
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NAS. Jacksonville Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday
LATWINGER Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be
published the following week unless. the December 10 Marianne Koch. 'GP' E ((95
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or NAS: 'THE LION IN WINTEH'Color mins.)
money order for the full cost of the ad must be
drama starring Peter HOSPITAL: 'STILETTO' Color
: received WITH the copy for the ad.
O'Toole and Katherine Hepburn. drama starring Alex Cord and

4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge (lines) $2.00 'G' S (134 mins.) Britt Ekland 'R' G ((99 mins.)

additional line (4 words per line) 50 HOSPITAL: 'Doctor Zhivago'
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cents Color drama starring Omar
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players. At dealers cost to liquidate Working Navy Widow and 14 yr. old
stock. Full warranty) Phone 7710409. FURN.TRAILER son will share spacious heat & AC
home with Navy couple. Near NAS.
2BR., Private lot, fenced yd. $85. a
Reasonable. Call 388-0851after 6 p.m.
WASHER AND DRYER month. 7710348.
Fast repair and Installation. We
RICKER RD.
OFF
specialize In home service. 781.2790 or
7812404. 3BR., I'/jB., AC, Mobile Home, $110 TRANSPORTATIONAUTOMOBILE I
per mo. 771- 789 or 771-6981. >K VOLKSWAGEN( INC.

WE BUY& SELL I J r
Appliances & used furniture, Also FURNISHEDEast SELLING; USED CARS
repair any Brook's make of Furnitureand home appliances. REAL ESTATE'HIDDEN and West Coast.353-3691.

Appliance 1969 VW FB
725-2441 10061 Atlantic Blvd. R&H, 4 spd., 17,000 miles, warranty, 100% GUARANTEE 4
WATERS' one owner, Ex. cond. $1500. 2644220.17'THUNDERBIRDTRIHULL '

LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH Black Creek, Canal -or Lake lots
Wilford's Fish Camp-264-9707 available. Excellent fishing, boating,
swimming. Mobile Home ara. Also '65 Model,75 hp Evinrude,mechanical 68 Caprice 2195
steering, heavy duty tilt trailer, with
'permanent home area. High, wooded
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake big wheels and new tires, coil springs, Door Hardtop. One Owner, only 20,000 miles. Loaded!
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. shock absorbers. All In excellent
Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 7253992.
Pick up & Delivery Available. condition. $1,295 firm, ph. 2646643. 67 Grand Prix 1695
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing.
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard FOR SALE OR RENT tl IMPALA CONV. Loaded! Gleaming Gold with white vinyl top.
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your AT, AC, Ex. shape. $1950. 2648763.
67 Pontiac 'Executive' 1095
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. equity or let us rent your home.
REPORTING IN. Call for CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONSYOUR
or drop by
COIN-OP LAUNDRYDry map or sales and rental list. Call CHOICE-5109S Factory air, Auto. trans., Power steering, and brakes, R&H,

cleaning & Alterations. 30 cents Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. 44 FORD WAGON WWT. '
wash 5 cents dry. 'II mile north NAS ORANGE PARK REALTY
V.8, AT, AC 66 Ford LTD $995
In Yukon. Open 7 days a week.OILHEATERSCLEANED. MILITARY, FREE NOTARYBEINGTRANSFERREDT 4-Door
CHEVY LUVY VAN
6-cyl.AT V-8, Auto. trans., Factory air, Power Steering and brakes, R&H.

All types oil fired furnaces serviced. & We buy equities 2 Dr.,47 HT CHEVROLET,V.8, Stand. Trans. Four-" VW Sedans $1895

repaired. Tylers Heating & Air Louise T, Bailey Call A.T. Madison-Ext. 2431 or 387. Air Conditioned, R&H, choice of colors.
Conditioning, 4711 Palmer (Lake 771.3605 Broker 5622.
Shore) 3885161. 'WE FINANCE'mTACOMINIBIKE 69 VW Sedan $1695Radio

FOR SALE and Heater.
RESERVE YOUR BABYSITTINGfor Two lots, each 100x162 at San Mateo,
New Year's ,Eve nowl All night lust south of Palatka, located one lot 3V HP Briggs & Stratton engine. 61 VW Sedan $1495Radio
service Thursday 31st from 7 p.m. til 'from the water with water rights. Will Front & back shocks. Excellent
Friday the 1st til 9 a.m. One child $5- sell separately or as one lot. 100 ft. running cond. Best offer over $100. If and Heater. ,',
Two children $7.50. Ortega Hills Day road frontage on each lot-oak, palm Interested, call PN1 Sabol 772-3070 :';"* ',
Nursery,5029 Greenway Drive N. 384- and citrus trees on lots. For further during working hours or 264 6128 after 65 VW Sedan $995Radio
1497. Information contact N.V Beard, 384- 5.
and Heater.
2448 after 5:00: p.m.

MONKEY FOR SALE 4 BR. SPLIT LEVEL HOME 65 VW Sedan $795Radio
Squirrel monkey (6 mos. old) w-large For sale by owner. 53per cent VA.
cage. For additional information Ph. Fenced yd. Many and Heater, Special!
$157 mo. payments.
7728788. Xtras. I Nice location, near schools, '3 VW Sedan $750Radio
,
Cecil & NAS Jax. 7714778.
PETRI V6 SLR CAMERA and Heater. Nice!

old Light with meter leather Electronic case. $95.flash.Call One Larry yr. OAK HILL PARK Af '(OUItff. 6' VW Station Wagon '25956ry
cent .
3BR., 2B., Cent H&A. 51per ,,"
Schutt 8 a.m.-4 p.m.772-3570. mortgage. 771-8292. orfictf Air Conditioned' R&H. "

Squareback $2295Auto.

trans., Air conditioned, R&H. (

61 VW Squareback $ 1895Air M

Conditioned, Radio and Heater.
NARF Employees:


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By Appointment ..a.-

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Commandant's Inspection Team : <'/

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Scrutinizes Jax Marine Units

'
Jax.During the course of a year, a Marine undergoes '"
:J
numerous inspections some each day, others once a rl.A .

week, ranging from clothing inspections to rifle in ,i( I
spections and everything in-between. But the most
important inspection a Marine is likely to undergo is the 3t ,

Inspector General's which normally occurs once every ',.
two years "
Recently, Marines from the Marine Air Reserve
Training Detachment (MARTD) aboard station com r
pleted a two day IG Inspection, with a team of top notch '
problem finders from Headquarters Marine Corps, '.N;J xk wp

acting as official representatives of the Commandant of

the Marine Corps.
Personnel from the command, about 80 strong,
prepared weeks in advance, standing many pre in-

spections to weed out problem areas and. any L t
discrepancies that might be found.
The final inspection covered three main events: drill

and personnel, clothing and equipment and the ever S
famous physical readiness test.
Administrative, training and supply sections were
not left out, as they too came under the scrutinizing eye 1
of the inspecting team. -S rr
The results were very satisfying. Numerous

'noteworthy's were found and the command as a whole, IF YOU'RE EVER going to do it right, do it now, thinks Cpl. William Coleman, of the Marine Air
ranks. among the top MARTD's in the nation. Reserve Training Detachment, as he executes inspection arms for a member of the inspector
..
""" $?:Fn 0r4hh"1J:! :"' general's inspection team from Headquarters Marine Corps. The four man team recently completedthe
;1:ttr1! W ; {iltl ''i $,;tjJ1': ,i,; tt't( 7i'jt; iJ inspection of all Marine detachments aboard NAS.
$ 1 K {4\i tt i:: .;JZ: ;t t1f.i; 5)) (ji1t.. --------
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? ;: :" fXt!; %? 'z }. Awarded to MarineJax ;
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j'h"'."it!-, ,..'.t<.h','i'h'.;,_ ,,.''','vr'. '" '...,.;"t\"$.i&'.,
\: .';""" .J.\t\\\.'.,t'l"...,.,t.-<*,,"..":'r,'.''''.'it:. %.:'\'$->tf\'... 10., Marine Cpl. Glenn L. '
.,,;; ,..." w.. :
; '; .".*.V"'w""' .f !.J>> ,..f-.ow:'.,) .,..ra<'" Jernigan, who was dischargedfrom 4rr:
(
i ";;ck'>;, ,\;" 1'. the service last week, has
.. f'y. ,,.. f1< *
.' ",[' received the Navy Com
i.1f *>{ty( \ f' ',2J'1Z, '#
mendation Medal with Combat
p'\1i1,\ < !\ "t"'' .\ .It-",4*
fr.'J''y' ,, < M ', 'V' for meritorious service in
*" :.,; ';'j1:'' t Vietnam.The .
19-year-old Marine was
awarded the medal and a letter of
appreciation from Maj. J.F.
Lavin, Marine Barracks CO.
v In Vietnam from February to
i t; tidaq August this year, Cpl. Jernigan
served with the First Marine
Division. He was cited for his
superior performance of all
assigned tasks, his outstanding
support to his unit and his
composure under fire in combat.Of .
particular note was an in-
STACK ARMS but cident in May while his unit was
was one of many movements the drill platoon
from MARTD executed for members of the IG Inspection team from on a cordon and search operationin
Headquarters, Marine Corps, during the recent two day inspectionhere. Le Nam village in Quang Nam
Province. According to his
citation his unit was attacked by
an enemy force and Cpl.Jernigan
moved out to a vantage point
ELIMINATE from where he was able to sup- FOR SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE Cpl. Glenn L. Jernigan
press the enemy fire, thus receives the Navy Commendation Medal from Mal| J. F. Lavin in
r EXCESSIVE enabling the Marines to force the recognition of his outstanding service in Vietnam.

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dler at MATSG, receives a meritorious mast from Lt. Col. Blanchardfor
his efforts as keyman in the 1970 annual Combined Federal
Campaign. Sgt. Englade collected approximately 90 percent of the
command's assigned objective and was directly related to the successof
the campaign.






SHIPPING OVER GySgt. Edwin S. Eisenhauer Jr., chief clerk of MATSG's Personnel Secflofi. ,
receives a hearty handshake from Lt. Col. L. E. Blanchard, MATSG CO, after reenlisting for three
years.The Gunny has been in the Marine Corps for 12W years.
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GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL-Sgt. Howard R. Readlinger,who works -
at the First Lieutenant's Division in Bldg. 509, receives his first Good
t Conduct Medal from Lt. Col. Blanchard for the period August 26, 1966
't :i : to August 25, 1969.NARF.

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THANKS :GUNNY GySgt.
William M. Gropf, an instructorat
the 'AE 'A' School, receives a
unit plaque from Lt. Col. Blanchard -


work checking WestPac.with in appreciation out the of command MATSG for for prior his dutyat fine to \ &(}ou@ [F&rnu)


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IK Adm. Guinn Discusses Navy ChangesIn al, ..a.



In a periodic newsletter entitled then give the time necessary to reduction in personnel strength.'I :
0"" 'Tides and Currents', intelligently counsel and advise am mindful that this rush of
VAdm. D.H. Guinn chief of Is in Inor- rr
;( them. activity resulting an q
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4 Naval Personnel, made the dinate number of transfers and
'Much has been done in housein
4' following comments about recent permanent changes of station.We .
the last several months to
changes in Navy policies and the
are striving mightily to ease
make the Navy more responsiveto :
4/ effects they have upon in.
dividuals. the needs of her people. At the as much as possible the undesirable -
:I effects these moves will
same time emphasis by the
'You all of
are by now aware
have on our tamilies. But by its
most of these important changes administration on achieving a 'no
in our policies which have come draft' environment by the end of very nature, transition is ...
A dynamic and seldom accomplished
FY-73 will probably result in
Ill to the Fleet in the form of special
:
NAVOPS now famililiarly knownas increased benefits for: all service as smoothly as we
personnel.. would like. We are attemptingto
Z grams. The most notable of
make these reductions work to
these include the dependent air 'This is a period of great our advantage while we, at the
: charter program, enlisted transition for the armed forces same time improve the qualityof
'., requests for successive sea tours, and the Navy, in particular. our services.'I .
Jf post deployment leave policy, Transition is often accompaniedby
*'. swaps, compensatory time off, much turbulence. The current am looking to each of you for .
.: extended commissary hours, and reduction in the size of our your personal efforts to alleviatethe it
tf : a new Navy wives ombudsman military force has caused a strain during this period of '

tI(. program. considerable amount of readjustment. I can assure you
'However, despite this activity, disruption. at many of our that the final result we producewill
administrative action at the military installations. A numberof be a more efficient, modern
1\ ADVANCED C. W. Lewis Jr., commanding officer of the
,\ Washington level is not sufficient ships and shore stations have and cohesive Navy, manned by a Capt.
Naval three staff members who were ad
Hospital congratulates
that these been will be deactivated and of motivated
w. to ensure or group highly careerprofessionals'
vanced to HM3 in a recent ceremony. The new petty officers are (I tor
needed,changes actually benefit we are experencing a sizable .
H' ) HM3 R. Guenther, HM3 A. Carrillo and HM3 J. McCoy.
: our people. The direct responsibility
,. for implementing both the

I' letter and rests spirit with of commanding these directives Red Cross Offers Services to Militaryworkers

: .officers and supervisory per-
t:! sonnel at all ships and stations. WASHINGTON -- AmericanRed provide services to nearly 72,000 emergency SERVICE AT VETERANS
Without their assistance and Cross services to membersof members of the armed forces, messages about the welfare of ADMINISTRATION OFFICES
support, our efforts are in vain. the armed forces and their veterans, and their families in servicemen and their families. (SVAO) Red Cross field directorsin
'Full implementation of the families and to veterans and their local Red Cross chapters and at SERVICE TO MILITARY VA offices work closely with

; CNO'speople philosophy'calls fora dependents have continued to military installations and FAMILIES (SMF) is the channelof chapter SMF in developing
rededication and a reallocation mount in the last year and a halfto medical facilities in the United service in Red Cross chaptersin claims for Veterans' benefits,
of the time we spend on personnel the highest level since World States and in 30 other countries this country between the and represent veterans and their
I matters. It is more than a War II.The where U. S. troops are stationed. family at home and servicemanfar survivors with the Veterans
''.{ matter of promulgating Z- large volume in which ARC services to the armed away. Assistance to servicemen Administration claims board.
r 1 grams: it is getting to know well those services were provided was forces and veterans fall into five veterans, and their Red Cross staff also represent
'. { our subordinates their due mainly) to the continued categories: families by volunteer and staff veterans seeking a change in
j problems aspirations fighting in Vietnam the large SERVICE AT MILITARY workers is designed to help their discharge or military
;+ capabilities and limitations and number of men in uniform INSTALLATION (SMI) is given maintain family com- record. Last year at VA offices,
stationed in Southeast Asia and by Red Cross field directors munications, facilitate military 15,750 veterans and their families
"LET'S !HOPE SANTA WILL. the increasing number of those assigned to military stations decisions, assist in obtaining were helped each month with
v f SOCK IT TO OS WITH returning to civilian life as around the world. They include government benefits, meet claims for educational benefits,
I U.S. SAVINGS) ) veterans. counseling and other help to emergency financial needs, and disability compensation and
.
j' BONDS More than 136,000 volunteersand servicemen with personal and give counsel and help with personal pension claims, claims for death
1 /1\ .. nearly 6,500 career staff family problems, help with and family problems benefits for veterans' survivors,
''; communications and with related to military service. and other types of claims.
reporting on family situations Chapters work cooperativelywith ,
MOVE INTO The SPOILER' upon request of the military to the national staff assigned to

! 1 : : =.........................................................................................0; help improve servicemen's financial military installations and
fo.f: morale, and emergency hospitals and Veterans Administration NAVY
.., : assistance. Field directors also
offices. In chapterslast
it i )() coordinate Red Cross volunteer year, 765,200 different
activities at their installations. families if servicemen and &ruJU@INSURANCE

%i5MATADOllkd' VETERANS SERVICE IN MILITARY HOSPITALS AND veterans 111,000 different were given families assistance.of

(SMVII) In military installations,
\) APARTMENTS services include social welfare SUPPLEMENTAL RECREATIONAL -

help like that provided at ACTIVITIES
.
.::>.:::: *::::::::::: : :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: military installations, coor- .OVERSEAS (SRAO) provides

dination of volunteer activities, center and clubmobile recreation
and a program of recreation for programs of an audience par.
MONTH FREE patients as well. In Veterans ticipation type for U. S. troops in
Administration hospitals and Vietnam.Teams of young women
: to MILITARY other VA facilities, Red Cross workers, all college graduates,
volunteers assist the staff in their travel by helicopter, truck and
with 12 month Lease !
j care and treatment of patients.At jeep. Similar teams operate from
military installations and clubmobiles traveling to U. S.
1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments medical facilities, 2,500 Red troops in isolated sections of
Cross staff members, 35 per cent South Korea. In the two Asia
FURNISHED UNFURNISHED
or of them overseas, assisted countries last year, 24
..(i\ AN APARTMENT COMMUNITY WITH SEPARATE members of the armed forces recreational activities in 3,100 $16
'. COMPLEXES FOR SINGLES, FAMILIES, ADULTS worldwide at a monthly averageof planned program events each
CO.ORDINATED WALL TO WALLCARPETING 121,000 persons in the fiscal month. They were attended by a
'1 MEDITERRANEAN and year 1968 69. Each month field monthly average of 248,000 MONTH
FURNITURE COORDINATEDABUNDANCE offices and chapters handled servicemen. 19.24
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OF DRAPES
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RAMBLING AREA CLUB ROOM

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2 FULL BATHS CLUB SIZE POOLCHILDREN'S

WITH BEDROOM 2 and APTS 3 POOL HOLIDAY CASH UP TO S600

DRESSING ROOMS DISHWASHERSRANGES

t WITH BEDROOM ALL 3 MODELS DISPOSALSPERSONALLY AND ONE I CALL ARRANGES IT ALL

CONCERNED MANAGEMENTAND Examples I,

24-HOUR MAINTENANCE
Amount of loan $ 84.30 $391.29 $599.97

Monthly payment #' $ 5.00 $ 23.00 $ 34.40

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Months to repay 24 24 24
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Id Total of payments $120.00 $552.00 $825.60 ROBERT

IOS S>'. NAS Annual percentage rate 36.50% 35.50% 32.75%
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Civilian NewsHighlights I"'e r- Wives Write Letters
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iiiuiHiiiiiiHHiiiiiiiMMiNmiiiminimiHitiitiiiimiiuiiiiinnpm, i 'f" .. .! :".";,, ,", 'r S\1 To Expedite POW Releases ,-J

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Compensation PayJax ,, Jax NWCA Jax 86 will Whittet, wife of visiting Master
i' ", '. respond to Midshipman Gary Chief Whittet,was present to talkto
'. The Comptroller Anderson's (son of LCdr. An the wives.
General has ruled that environmental derson, NAS Security Officer) Officers for the Southeast Area
differentials paid to call to write letters asking for the Council were nominated at last
wage employees for hazardous release of prisoners of war held week's club meeting. Barbara
work, hardships and unusual by North Vietnam. Jax 86 Howard was nominated for
working conditions should be volunteers wull have some lettersto president, Rusty Howard from
treated as part of the employee'sbasic be signed tomorrow from 10 Maypor.1 201 was nominated for
pay. a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Main secretary treasurer along with
In line with this decision, the Exchange. Stand up for your Maria Bennett for parliamen-
Civil Service Commission country, stand behind your men tarian and Sally Cottrell for
recently issued the following 4 sign up for freedom! Do it now! chaplain.
instructions: Another long term project done Beverly Van Camp and Linda
'Environmental ,differential is '" annually by the wives' club is Burgeon were initiated as new
included as part of the em ployee's basic rate of pay and for amblyopia or Lazy ceremony.
shall be used to compute Eye Disease.The wives have just The final eledtion for new officers
premium pay (pay for overtime, completed testing their nursery is scheduled for the next
holiday or Sunday work), the school classes and will give teststo meeting Dec. 16. '
amount from which retirement pre-schoolers in the
deductions are made, and the Jacksonville area in cooperationwith Navy Relief Slates
amount on which group life in the Florida Society for the "ml::: '.
surance is based.' Prevention of Blindness.The Sewing Workshop
wives have announced that
Job OpeningsJax the Navy Wives Nersery will now The Navy Relief monthly
remain open on Thursdays only sewing workshop will be held
until 11 p.m., and that they will ,Tuesday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.
.. Job openings ire WELCOME ABOARD-LCdr. H.E. Mayfield (r) greets Chief Carr hold a tree-lighting ,ceremony at the Navy Relief Office in Bldg.
available to NAS civilians for upon his arrival with new C-118 for,VR-50. outside their club house next
computer technician GS.5, MPB Thursday at 7 p.m. 953.The monthly workshops are
129 70; meatcutter MPB 131-70, Gets Yesterday, Jax 86 memberswere normally conducted on the fourth
supervisory computer specialistsGS Transport Squadron guests of Mrs. John Kin- Wednesday of each month and
12 MPB 132 70, aerospace caid, club sponsor,at a 10 o'clock will resume the regular schedule
engineer GS 12 MPB 133 70, brunch in her home. Helen after the holidays.
refrigeration and air conditioning New Liftmaster AircraftJaxTransport .
mechanic, leader MPB 134.70;
and supervisory detective GS 8
had
Squadron 50 The new squadron
MPB 135-70. (VR-50)), the newest tenant at inherited three C-118s from
Check local bulletin board
your NAS Jacksonville and the only NARTU when it was establishedhere For this
for this notice.
The increase in
transport unit in the Navy Nov. 1.
Jacksonville complex, has addeda hardware marked the first ad- .
Labor ,Votes new C-118 Liftmaster aircraft to dition to the squadron on its own. -
the squadron. LCdr. H. Edward The C-118 was first used in the Christmas
Jax--Undgraded NARF employees Mayfield of 518 San Robar Dr., military with the Air Force in ,
will be able to vote for Orange Park, officer-in-charge of 1956 and'joined' the Navy in 1965. "
their choice of labor the squadron, accepted the It arrived here from Progressive
organizations to represent themin aircraft when it arrived. Aircraf Rework at Dolthan, Ala personal

negotiating agreements Dec.,
17; "
Official notices,,of the coming loan. -
elections are posted on bulletin
boards at the facility and all --
eligible civilian employees are NARF Employees: "

encouraged to cast their vote.
ELECTION DAY, DECEMBER 17 For next


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I The Navy Uniform .

I f Survey Reveals Navy Apparel Is Most' 'Appealing + g3b.



;.. By J03 Charlie Green reason for all this 'mystique'we book written by VAdm. Leland P. contrary to a more recent rumor,
: supposedly radiate, but maybe it Lovette, USN (Ret.) Sailors'bell- it has nothing to do with 13
1 Do clothes make the man.., or, has something to do with the bottoms were worn large at the chances to say any thing, at least
(' at least, the sailor? unlikely deeds sailors have tried bottom for several reasons. The not in tradition. .
t. During a recent survey held in along with having the dubious maid one was that they could be After World War II, a hue and 3b.
major cities throughout the distinction of being 'world 'easily rolled over the knees for cry was heard from the enlisted
i: country, groups of young women travelers' with a few sea stories scrubbing decks and proved ranks to do away with some of
1: were asked a series of questions thrown in for extra measure.A invaluable for ,important things these long-time traditions The
about the military uniforms and recent Z.gram from the Chiefof like going over the side in shallow uniform board had various ideasof
the men.that wore them. Here's Naval Operations called for water to land pulling boats. uniforms ready to meet the SHIPS FOR FOUR.RM1
r- how the Boys in Uniform fared. certain ships,of the fleet to allow' The black silk neckerchief was problem but a vote by the ,men James V. Halman( added four
'"; When the young ladies were the wearing of civilian clothes on originally used as a 'sweat rag.' that wore the uniform resulted in years to his Navy Career recently
asked which uniform they found liberty by first class petty officers Black hid the dirt.In the old days, 79 percent in favor of the old during a reenlistment ceremony
It.. the most attractive, the voting as well as by chiefs. This it was worn around the neck or uniform, 13 percent for a new one conducted by Capt. W. J.
revealed that at the top of the list, experiment was tried on board forehead and served a purpose and eight percent really didn't Pressler Jr., commander Fleet
much to our chagrin, came the the Saratoga as a test to study the quite different from decoration. care.The men wanted to keep the Air Wing 11. Halman serves as
': Marine dress uniform, followed feasibility of a Navy-wide Some men used to wear the time honored, characteristic, watch supervisor at NAS Com.
II that of the Air Force. Then neckerchief in '
by program.But pigtail some daysto comfortable one of the 'Old munications.
chasing on the tall of the leaders because this new policy protest their rather warm Navy.'
.J came the familiar rustle of bell applies only to first class petty jackets.
With of better
bottomed trousers with the Army officers the Navy uniform is stilla The three rows of tape commonly a generation Billet DirectoryTo
,"\. green running a distant last. common sight on liberty in known as piping was educated better informed and
)', However, after all the ports around the world. Let's adopted from British uniform more demanding sailors, there Aid Officers'
still be the hint of the
questions were asked and all the take a quick look at some of the regulations of 1890. Piping was can found
t conclusions drawn, the naval tradition that formed the historyof chosen strictly for decoration Old Navy, right on down to the Duty Selections
uniform proved to be the one that today's uniform. which seems to be the only scruffy, sometimes objectionablechin
held that certain aura, and the Did you ever wonder about bell- significance, tradition to the whiskers. The only thing
\ man that wore it the most sought bottoms or some of the other contrary notwithstanding.Also missing is the traditional flat hat. Beginning next March Navy
after of the services.It's distinctive marks of the naval there is no basis that the 13 If we were to again ask those officers will be supplied with .
hard to know exactly the uniform? An answer is found in ai buttons on the old-styled young ladies the question: 'Does billet directories providing
trousers changed to pockets in the uniform make the man?', pertinent information for filling
J 1948 and recently reverted back they would probably answer: out officer preference cards.
\ again,represented the 13 original 'It's the man that makes the
i Your favorite Uncle; colonies of the United States. And uniform...' no matter what it is. The CNO Retention Study
Group has discovered in its .
.rt, MIY surveys that most officers,
asks you to buyLuxury Special Awards Available to especially junior officers, haveno
{ available means of identifyingthe
wide variety of billets which
i Navy's Meteorological UnitsAll the Navy offers. To remedy this
the Chief of Naval Personnel will '
publish officer billet summary
1 ships units and activities missions. Accomplishmentswhich which will be distributed annually
,f' with an attached meteorologicalunit may merit one of the two to all ships and stations.
} aboard are eligible for the awards include improved
: n annual Overall Performance techniques of forecasting, The summary will be divided
Award and the Specific Con briefing observing, com into several sections highlightingand
tribution Award. munications of other describing the most important -
The Specific Contribution meteorological and aspects of the billet
Award is available to individualsand oceanographic functions. structure. Included in the information
: I d units who have made a will be geographic
!tL.i positive contribution to the effectiveness Authorities will review the locations, required ranks and
of those
of their command. It performance commandsand designations, and the duties
may be presented as either a individuals who are eligible which each billet entails.
t' plaque or a scroll, as directed by during the period January
Apartments the commander, Naval Weather through March of the preceding Revisions are ,also being ap
Service Command. calendar year. Those which are plied to the officer preferencecard
221 The Overall Performance considered most deserving of the to enhance its effectivenessas
Award may be earned by ships, awards will be nominated to the a communication link between
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Jax,.-VP-16's high-flying Eagles, undefeated and with '1oi-- .. Jax-VP-5 and VW-4 with a pair of wins apiece are

four wins under their belts, are pacing action in the ..\:',. pacing action in the National League of the intramural ,
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American League of the intramural basketball '. '," basketball program. At press time VA-203 was undefeated

program. Hospital is hot on their heels with a 3.1 mark. .. .. ... but had played lust a single game. The 'Bees'
Medical and the Marine Barracks are knotted in third with a 2.1 mark are in third place.In .
place with 2.1 slates. Monday
games through : '
In games through Monday Mackie with 21 led Admin to its Bees 60,. 679th 47: Guy Hitler .36 points to lead the'Eagle onslaught
night: second win of '1 fired the attack in the Bees' first Ralph Tisdale was high
Air Ops 42, Admin 30: Chuck Chapman was the the high-point year. Tom win of the campaign.Len Wincek point man for AMD with 15
man
Sanders, Lou Boddie and Sam for the communicators with 24. and Junior Aguon paced the markers.
Libertore pumped in 10 points losers with 20 and 17 respectively.
Medical
,
Hospital 59 Randy
apiece to lead the winners. James poured in 18 points: as Fa VA-203 55, NATTC 41: James Post Office HoursJax
Wayne Clark was high point man Medical won their second Thomas netted 21 points and
for Admin with 13. a seat-squirmer. Howie gamein Lind fQt Harold Calvert added 15 to lead The NAS and NATTC
MarBrks 50, NARTU 40: Bill the winners. Bob Sutton was high post offices will be open for the
Forney ripped the nets for 18 and Rester Bryan led the losing point man for NATTC with 13 next two Saturdays for the
with and
18 14
cause points
markers to pace the Marine markers. convenience of patrons who will
attack. Denny Fitzgerald led the respectively. VP-5 70, MATSG 41: Al Breaux be mailing Christmas'packages..
losers with 13 points. \ dumped in' 11 buckets and five Mailing windows will be open
MAUTD 65, FlapJax 19: Steve Golfers Host FJC .. free throws for 27 points to lead, from 8:30: a.m. until noon or until
Carpenter hit 14 times from the .' ;1h the Mad Fox rout. Pat Lang the lobbies have been,cleared
floor and added a pair of charity Jax-The Jax Navy golf team ,,'; ","; paced the losers with.15 points. ,

tosses for 30 points to lead the will host the Florida Junior '... ... ;..itiN VW-4 52, Bees 44: Bill Heath
winners. Jim Goodloe led the College in a match this afternoonon had ,the hot hand for the
photogs with 13 markers. the station course. /if! i' Hurricane Hunters with 17 points.
VP-16 64, NARTU 42: Verdy Last Thursday, the station "- Guy Hitler was again the gun for
Smith and Al Posniak with 11 and golfers dropped a 917% the Bees with 11 points.
10 points respectively fired the decision to FJC on the Jax Beach FICEUR 47, MATSG 35: Will
Eagles' win.NARTU's high point course. Martin pumped in 19 points to fire
man was Rick Covens with 21. Jax Navy's Brian White of VW- the winner's offense.Ed Nix and
MarBrks 69, Comm 59: Tom 4 was medalist with a 72. Pat Lang led MATSG with 14
Hoffman and Ken Watkins with MARTD's Dick Bailey fired a 76. and 12 points respectively.
18 points apiece paced the ADMIN'S Tom Dowitsnartsa VP-5 68, and AMD 32: Don
Marines to their second win.Tom rebound Monday night on the way Anderson hit on 16 from the floor

Chapman 17.Hospital. led the communicatorswith Trees On SaleJax to 26- point performance. and added four charity tosses for

50. AirOps 41: Lynn
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BasketballAmerican
Jax-The Navy Jax Fliers for ,the locals.

journeyed Albany over the past On Saturday night, Dental's
VP.16 4 0 1.000 weekend and were zapped twice Randy James led the Fliers in
by the host quintet,105.79 and 113-
Hospital 3. 1 .750 their losing effort with 22 points.
Medical 2 1 .667 66.In Bowie again sparked the locals,
MarBar 2 1 .667 last Friday night's fray this time with 19 markers.
coach Rester Bryan of the
Admin 2 1 .667 Albany's balance again was the
NARTU 2 2 .500 Hospital paced the station five big factor, with seven cagers in
markers. Teammates
with 19
Air Ops 2 2 .500 double figures._
Tommie Bowie of ComFairJaxand
MARTD 1 3 ..250FlapJax Howard Lind of the Hospital Friday night the Fliers, who
0 3 .000 pumped in 18 apiece for the Jax are now 2-5 on the season, will
Comm 0 4 .000 squad. Albany's balance, with host Beaver Enterprises of the
five men in double figures, plus a Jacksonville city basketball
National League height advantage spelled defeat league at 7:30: in the NAS gym.
'FACTORY REJECTS' WIN TITLE Team captain W. E. Var- -- -
nadore presents first place trophy to MATSG CO in ceremonies held VP-5 2 0 1.000VW4
Wednesday. Team members from left are SSgt. Harold W Willis, .2 0 1.000VA203
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