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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 17, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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Civilian of the Month Title

Line
Jax-Janice Hogan, a secretaryto along with the monthly Ser-
the director of public Works viceman of the Month award for a
Maintenance Division and the military personnel.An l.
Shops Engineer, BIdg. 103, has official selection board
become the first civilian em- named Miss Hogan as the
ployee to be selected for the station's top civilian for
R Civilian of the Month honor. November based on her out
This award was establishedlast standing record for performance.
month by Capt. John R. During her 12 yea*- of employment
officer here, she has been
Kincaid, NAS commanding SD2 Sayas
and will recognize out. awarded eight consecutive
standing civilian employees for outstanding performance ratings GetsHonored
Jax-If you have a gripe, recommendation, suggestionor their contribution to the station and three quality step increases. Sayas
Last month she received her first
idea on almost any subject, there's a man who'swilling
superiour performance award.
to listen at NAS Jacksonville. FRA Sponsors As

And if it's valid, you can bet your peacoat that your

idea will be put into effect or your compaint or problem 'Vote' CampaignJax
solved. The first step toward the solution is as simple as Top Sailor

dialing the phone. Three local branches of
It's all part of the .air station's new 'Action Line the Fleet Reserve Association, Jax-SD2 Danilo C. Sayas, a 10-
'Telephone,' another move. to improve life aboard NAS under the chairmanship of year Navy veteran and assistantto
Jacksonville. Thomas F. Lancaster, presidentof the mess treasurer at the
Branch 91 are sponsoring Commissioned
a Officers' Mess
Listening to your recorded message will be Capt. John drive in early January to en- (Open) has been named
R. Kincaid, station commanding officer. Capt. Kincaid courage military personnel, November Serviceman of the
said 'I welcome any,comments from anyone, and I invite active duty, retired and their Month at NAS Jax.
all hands, including wives to dial Action Line and let dependents, to exercise their In nominating him for the
me know their thoughts.' franchise to vote. award, Special Services division
The captain also pointed out that the Action Line does This program primarily seeks officer LCdr. Robert J. Fitz-
those residents of Florida who simmons cited Sayas for 'his high
not in anyway replace his 'open door policy,' but is onlyan are eligible to vote and who have degree of leadership and
additional tool in his search for ideas from the men not previously registered. professional competence' in
and women who work aboard the air station.To Service personnel who are Miss H..nIn training and supervising all
residents of another state and are dining room service personnel.He .
get Action Line dial Ext. 2278. Dependents or those
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eligible to vote !in Florida'maydesire the letter nominating her for
reported to his present
calling from off station, may get the line by dialing 772- to change their official the monthly honor, her director assignment a year ago. .
2278. residence and,vote in Florida.To described her as an outstanding Capt. J.R. Kincaid, NAS Jax
NAS Jax is only one of many air stations and other eligible to vote they must employee and ''rated 'second to commanding officer presentedthe
major commands that;> have installed a recording have resided in Florida for one none' by her fellow workers. He award certificate to Sayas
telephone system as a result of Z-Gram 60. year and in Jacksonville for six named her ability to meet yesterday along with a certificateto
months since they last voted representatives with a pleasant
the Candlelight Restaurantfrom
In requesting that action lines be started at major
elsewhere. Before consideringthis attitude and her determination to the Navy Exchange. He will
commands, Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr., Chief of Naval option, service personnel\ assist'in every way as an in- also receive a tour ofSt..
Operations, wrote in a Navy-wide message, 'In order to cautioned to weigh the pros and valuable contribution to good Augustine from the USO.
encourage a free exchange of ideas and recom- cons of this 'procedure and relations between Public Works Other nominees for the award
mendations between all personnel and command ,on ,possibly consult ,their legal of-. Maintenance and its daily were AX2 James H. Rewis of

ways to improve all aspects of Navy life, I desire that ficer.Special registration stations customers.Miss Hogan has been a AMD Thomas, and F.Air Bass.Operations' AME3

each major shore station naval base install an an- will be set up on the Jacksonville secretary since she graduated Petty Officer Sayas is married
swering device on at least one telephone. The device Naval Stations on January 4th from'high school. A native of and has four sons. He resides in
should serve as a communications link between station through 7th, where members of Mound City, Mo., she attended Jacksonville and attends JU in
the Fleet Reserve Associationwill secretarial school in St. Joseph, his off duty hours.Chaplain's .
personnel and the area services and benefits council...
work with representatives of Mo. '
As the Action Line went into effect at NAS Jacksonville the Supervisor of Registration'soffice She has worked for the
Capt. Kincaid said, 'People can still call me at 2334or in informing military Agriculture Stabilization and Message.,
2335 if they want to talk to me personally. Those who personnel of the procedures for Conservation Office in Mound

do use the recording device and want a personal answerto registration and voting. City and, upon moving to By Chaplain V.P.Gerlock,
Registration may also be accomplished Jacksonville with her family, she
their comment should give their name and where Lt.CHC.USNR
,
at Room 108, Duval worked for the Ford Motor Co.,
they can be reached. It's not necessary to give a name.. County Courthouse, 330 East Bay prior to her present job.
What we really want is suggestions and recom- Street, Jacksonville. The closingof She is presently ,living in WHAT.A SEASON!
mendations to improve the air station and the whole registration is on January 30th. Orange Park with her mother.
It is that time of year again!
spectrum of the Navy.' Every time you pass a Church_ or

CO's Holiday GreetingsJax. Chapel tremendous it preparationgoingon.seems there! is

What a tremendous and awesome
JAX AIR NEWS The advent of the Christmas season, with Its age old messageof thing it is for humans to agree to
'peace on earth, good will toward men,' becomes"more meaningful say to one another through gifts,
today than at any time In our proud history. Nearly two thousand through speech, through actions .
years have passed since the day commemorating the birth of the 'I love you -'. We shall never
The JAX- AIR NEWS I Is a Civilian, Enterprise Newspaper Prince of Peace, yet conflicts continue to erupt around the world. fully grasp the depth or power of
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, The Christmas season traditionally one of joy and family reunions this God given ability to love:
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a throughout our great (land- also brings with it the need for a rebirth of
private firm All submitted the principles of and freedom all It reaches far beyond us, for
Copy for use In the JAX AIR NEWS peace for of mankind. This is truly a
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, !N.AS time to take stock of our abounding blessings, and to reaffirm and our love echoes the mysteriousand -
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on,Monday before publication. News rededicate ourselves to the Ideals for which He was born and suffered tremendous love of the
Items are welcomed from all sources Telephone 772-3118 or on the Cross. father for us. What tremendouslove
3119. Many,of you will be fortunate and spend this holiday season with the Father must have had to
your families and friends. At the same time, however, many of your create, what an all-embracing
.Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries shipmates will be away from their homes serving In the turbulent, love He must have had to make us
concerning such should be directed to: area of the Middle East, In Southeast Asia or a lonely outpost in some in His image, what a merciful
other corner of the globe.To love He has to redeem and save
\, THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY each of you your families and loved ones, Mrs. Kincaid and I us. What a generous love He has
tN 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 extend our heartfelt wishes for a very joyous Christmas and every by giving us the ability to reach
Telephone 388 2755 success and happiness In the coming New Year. out of ourselves in love.

"Of'1- What a season! It is always the
VOL. 28 NO. 39 DECEMBER 17, 1970 Capt. John R. Kincaid'Commanding right season, for like the love of
Officer the Father, the human ability to
NAS Jacksonville, Fla. love is timeless.r '
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., Homecoming for

Blackbirds Play
VA 12 and 72


Santa Claus W It's always different: the bandis
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anxious relatives, and the host of
By Ltjg K.M.Duncan rode the Navy bus to May Cohens 4 a aA dignaitaries. But it's always
where Santa and dedicated different. There's that deep,
An aura of excitement filled the employees were eagerly waitingto t sincere,personal note that makesa
air as the Blackbirds of Attack welcome the vivacious and : At squadron's homecoming a bit
Squadron Forty Five somewhat bewildered children. F different.For .
helped bring an early Christmasto Squeals of delight and healthy
twenty nine underprivileged laughter penetrated the store as the four squadrons of
children from Fairfield the children ran from counter to Attack Carrier Air Wing Eight
Elementary School last Satur counter, displaying sparklingeyes On time... Santa and families await the return of V A.121nd VA-172 to commanded by Cdr. Edwin D.
day. This year the Blackbirds and captivating smiles. Cecil. McKellar (a recent Captain
continue what had become a Among the favorites this year selectee), it's the end of the trip
squadron tradition. were the talking dolls, racing Talk : Action Line 8255 that commenced on 5 March 1970
Seven years ago, after findingout sets, and roller skates. When the ----- -- when the USS Shangri La
that many children at shopping spree came to a close Cecil,... Got a complaint or a The ACTION LINE is set up on departed Mayport enroute to the
Fairfield were unable to enjoy a the children joined Santa Claus at comment you would like to a 24 hour basis,7 days a week, so Western Pacific. Following a
Christmas filled with childhood the coffee shop for breakfast, make? that anyone can call at anytime. brief stop in Rio de Janeiro,
laughter, toys, and merriment, followed by a wistful tour of Well, now you can make your When calling the ACTION Brazil for refueling, they
the officers, men, and wives of Fantasyland.As feeling known by way of the new LINE at 8255 (TALK) you will be proceeded around Cape Good
VA-45 initiated a plan to make the children once again ACTION LINE: A new telephone asked to to give your name and Hope, through the Indian Ocean
Christmas time a'little happier climbed aboard the Navy bus, system has been set up so that an the organization where you work. and Straits of Sumatra to Subic
for as many children as possible. strains of Jingles Bells could be individuals praise, comments or At the tone speak clearly slowly Bay, Philippines where warm up
May Cohens Department Store heard all along the route to Cecil complaints can be brought to the and concisely. When you are flight operatons were held. From
provided a toy department filled Field. At the station theater command attention, and be acted finished simply hang up. It's that 11 April to 5 November CVW.8 as
with the latest wonders and twenty nine delighted faces upon. simple. a member of the U. S. Seventh
surprises. The 'Old Fellow were treated to an hours worth of Fleet conducted combat
<. Himself' came bouncing in with their favorite cartoons: Speedy boarded the bus for the trip Remember operations in the Tonkin Gulf.
: an enthusiastic zest to add to the Gonzalez, Foghorn Leghorne, home, their told the full Port visits during this time
eyes
\ magic of the morning. The trip and of course the Roadrunner. story one of thanks and lasting included Subic Bay, Yokosuka,
I was covered by the Jacksonvillenews Later the Galley showed they too, memories. In their hearts it was SantaHey Japan, and Hong Kong British
medias. could 'dig in' Navy style. obvious that the Spirit of Saint Crown Colony..
Throughout the year, the oCt Before returning home there
Nicholas much alive.
fivers, men and wives of VA-45 was one final stop: Hanger 113 was very Cecil kids! remember that On 9 November, CVW-8 beganthe
undertook numerous schemes, where lady Blackbirds assisted in Cdr. A. H. Gonzalez, com 'ole Santa will be here Monday last part of their around-the-
stunts, and plans to raise the outfitting the children, with manding officer, extended a afternoon at 2:00: P.M. in the world cruise with visits to Syd--
t needed money to add to the clothes collected' the previous special note to all the men and station theater parking lot. Don't ney,Australia, Wellington, New
glitter and joy of their little week. By now it had been a full wives at Forty Five for their forget to come over and tell Santa Zealand, and Rio de Janeiro. On
guests at Christmas time. day for twenty nine elated but efforts in this special project. A what you want for Christmas. Wednesday 16 December the trip
The day began as the children exhausted little children. As they special note of thanks to the will end as thirty four planes
chaperones who devoted their Remember Mom and Dad that from VA-12, VA-172, VA-152, and
day to assisting the children: it's advisable to walk over to the VAW-121 touch down at Cecil
AEAN Placido Bravo and his theater lot if you live on base. If Field. Serving as hosts are the
wife Rose, AEAN David Me- you do have to drive, rememberthat Blackbirds of Attack Squadron
Going home Callum and wife Cheryl, AE2 there will be no parking in Forty Five. The remaining 1000
Harry Reeve and wife Nancy, the theater lot, but that parking men and officers from the Air
AKl Bryan Moody, AMS1 Hillary space is available in the bowling Wing will dock at Mayport laterin
Corn, Cdr. and Mrs. A. H. Gon- alley lot, or the chapel parkinglot. the week.
for the zalez, Cdr., and Mrs. J. E. .
The Eubangis of VA-12 have
Paganelli,\LCdr. and Mrs. J. S.
Cdr. Daniel H. L. Gholson at the
Dillard, LCdr.T. R. MerryLtjg( ) Come on over and see Santa them to
helm. Plans call for
and Mrs. W.J. Heffernan, and Lt and make this Christmas the .
in
transition from A-4's to A 7's
(jg)K. M. Dugan. merriest of them all!
the near future.
holidalsilGellhe
The Blue Bolts of VA-172 are
led by Cdr. Conrad B. Olson and
BUSINESS are scheduled for decom
YOUR missioning.
WEWANT mm

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California and VAW-121 from

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continuing their flight home. The
TO SERVICEMEN veteran skipper of VA-152 is Cdr.
Gerald M. Sturm. LCdr. JamesM.
you need now. Ferry is the Officer in chargeof
30 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM VAW121. CVW-8 is scheduledto
move to Norfolk, Virginia in
SCHULT RICHARDSON January when it will dn-
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NAS Cecil, and A. H. Gonzalez,
every day. Action Center CO of VA-45. Miss Jacksonville
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LCdr. O.C. Andersen
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Almost 2,000 years ago, God gave to a troubled world \

His most precious Gift. He gave us Ills only Son who,

while still a young man, gave Ills life that we might

receive the gift of eternal life. His birth was a quiet s r
event but a time of reverant joy to those who had been

given knowledge of it. Wise men traveled from afar to

bring Him precious gifts and pay homage to Him. .,'I

The anniversary of Christ's ; .
birth is a time of rejoicing. We life. Our recaptured together u I
emulate the wise men by giving ness, with its giving and
gifts to our children.*Christmas is receiving of gifts expressing love
a time for families to be together, and thoughtfullness, is a time of
a time of good will to all men, a __
time to put away all the faults of joy.Today, unhappily, Christmas is
our life and start a new, better also a time of great tragedy for
many of us. For six weeks each
year we are pressed by the hustle
and bustle of preparation for the
big event We want to make sure
WHITTET GETS WOMEN'S VIEWPOINT-AFCM John Whiffet, who will assume duties In
that we forget none of our friends:.
Streets are crowded with vehicle March as Master Chief Petty Officer of the Navy,and his wife Helen were In Jacksonville last week,
touring area naval activities.Wednesday they met with members of Navy Wives Club M at a brunch
and pedestrian traffic stores are
with shoppers.; hosted by,Mrs. J.R. Kincaid at the quarters of the NAS lax commanding officer. Whlttet chats with
jammed } club vice president Rita Brown,right,as club president Barbara Howard, left, looks on. The Whittets
In this time' of rush, people
left NAS Jax Friday for their return to Norfolk where he is currently serving as Senior Enlisted
,become impatient or frustrated,
Advisor to COMNAVAIRLANT.
tempers sometimes flare and

some When relaxation we can't Is'sought.find the perfect Red Darters Continue SupportTo

,gift for a child we buy a ,sub
'stitute, often without knowing the
hazards inherent in its design or U.S. Mediterranean FleetSigonella
construction and a child's gift

Will Be ClosedCHRISTMAS instead of bringing joy,brings the Sicily-Patrol squadron is no stranger to Sixth providing Commander, Antisubmarine .
DAYCOCKTAILS tragedy of injury or death. Squadron 45 is back in the Fleet-Mediterranean operations. Warfare Forces Sixth
Christmas trees will be'rimmed Mediterranean! VP-45 completed an ,eight-and-a Fleet with a mobile, adaptable,
7S with hastily assembled returned to the half month
The squadron split deployment to quick-responding airborne ASW
CHILD'S PLATE 7&f' strings of uninspected lights. In Mediterranean, relieving Patrol Rota, Spain in July where they arm to augment Sixth Fleet
the gaiety of the season,trees will Squadron 26 as Patron Sigonellaand were tasked with operations surface units. In addition, the
be neglected and will dry. There commenced operations similar to those they now have in squadron conducts shipping
will be fatal fires.. lrom the Na val Air Facility there Sigonella.The surveillance flights to monitorthe
t' $1.50HALF These are the tragedies of The Jacksonville based squadron is tasked with heavy Soviet merchant trafficin
Christmas. The greatest tragedyof the Mediterranean..
all is that practically all of the
FRIED DOZEN OYSTERS $1.45 injuries and deaths are Film ,Encourages Holiday Safety Since its arrival Sicily, VP-45 I
preventable. All that is needed is has maintained a strenuous
FRIED SNAPPER common sense and a return to the Jax-It may be a dream,but it's altogether about 90 minutes. operational pace. The squadron '
FINGERS 1.45 real meaning of Christmas. not'an impossible one. The dreamis Naval Safety Center statistics provided antisubmarine
HALF DOZEN Remember: Fire never takes a to be free of injury and death indicate that more than half the protection for Sixth Fleet units
FRIED SHRIMP 1.4'jFRIED holiday! by motor vehicles during the Navy's fatalities (other than operating in the eastern
DEEP SEA holiday season. combat deaths) occur as a resultof Mediterranean during the Jor-
SCALLOPS 1.45 ,, oftCf YOUR EtCHA4tE.f Be courteous and remain alerton motor vehicle accidents. Mostof danian crisis, and has conducted
CO"'M the highways this month. these deaths were avoidable, other operations in addition to
O >-:_ Check your car's mechanical and future incidents can be routing patrol assignments.
$2.00FOUR the 'All' avoided the knowledge and
L' condition, and attend by Despite the heavy operational
Hands' safe driving presentation application of defensive driving
committment, the squadron Is
FRIED DEVILED rSA scheduled for two showings todayat techniques combined with conducting a vigorous trainingand
CRAB CAKES $1.55 : 9:30: a.m. and 1:30: p.m. habitual use of safety belts. orientation program for
SAUTEED SAMPLER: at King Hall, Bldg. 563. The This winter be extra thoughtfuland flight crews and ground support
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Shrimp Langostmos presentation will consist of a patient when you drive personnel.This .
and Scallops. 1.95 -.&1.MAKING a ONLYAUTVtOCltCD film,a lecture and a questionandanswer -
SHORE PLATTER: fUttW SE$ period which will last MAKE (ItRITMA HOPPING program includes lecturesby

Shrimp Scallops OystersFish NAF Sigonella personnel on
Fillet 1.85 local customs and places of in-
1- I terest as well as military training

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and
Staff
of UP TO $600 a:

.A RLA NS Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville.
5059 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 384 4595
Plaza West and Plaza 5635 ROOSEVELT BLVD VENETIA VILLAGE SHOP.CTR. I
East .
4331 Blanding Blvd. I Next to Wmn Dixie Phone 388 9374
5 other h".flciol elTctt icivt Ihll jacliioitvill ArwSt
Opening Soon at .phon book whitt pagti for lI.or.,'ode
Emerson Rd.& Philips Hwy. I C1970. BENEFICIAL' FINANCE CO.
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1It It Local Dependent RecoveringFrom




\\\<- Serious Burn AccidentJax



l to the ,aid Keith. Seeing Keith smiling and
he came
editionof the Friday,
In theNov.5
much than
walking so sooner was
visited with the Navy
Jax Air News, it was reportedthat station and who helped originally anticipated was the
and women
Keith Garrett, nine year men
reward that Fleet
and greatest
make his recovery possible
old son of Fleet Weather Facility
Weather Facility personnel could
family in
Garrett
the
who helped
Jack Garrett, was
employee
could while Mrs. receive for their efforts to restore
undergoing treatment for extensive every way they
.
with the boy's health.ON
burns at the Shrine Burn Garrett was In Galveston
a
1 Hospital in Galveston, Tex
Today he is home with his family
where he will enjoy an especially
happy holiday season,
highlighted by his reacquired

ability to walk.It .
\ y
\ r was through the actions of

FOR UNFORTUNATE CHILDREN Marie Slocumb (left) and Ida Navy personnel,headed by Fleet
r Bethea wrap up the last presents to be given to children at the Sunland Weather's LCdr. G. L. Struck,
Training Center by the Marine Wives Club. that arrangements were made to m r
have the boy treated at the Shrine
#
't
Hospital with no expense to the
December Project Set family. Although both of Keith'

legs were severely damaged in
the fire accident, he was able to
By Marine Wives ClubJaxThe walk again just one month after
entering the hospital Oct. 28. He
t Marine Wives Club of The project selected by the will return to Galveston in Marchfor
\. Jacksonville held their regular ladies for December is the baking a check up.
4 monthly meeting Dec. 7 at and distributing of Christmas Upon his arrival at the
: MATSG Headquarters. cookies to the patients at the Jacksonville International
: Several new members were Naval hospital. Mrs. Joe Mueller Airport, Dec. 9, Keith was
s welcomed to the organization. volunteered her services as presented a baseball bat and
? Attending for the first time were project coordinator.The glove by Shriner 0. B. Nail. The
t Mrs. Joycelyn Perey, Mrs. Larry annual Christmas dinner boy was delighted by the gift and
Roland, Mrs. Daniel Starch, Mrs. for club members and their plans to resume his Little League
S Elaine Wery, Mrs. Linda Redd husbands was held Saturday. Fun baseball participation as soon as
f: and Mrs. Ruth Sim. and relaxation were the order of his recovery is complete.
\. This meeting marks the conclusion the day and a good time was had When a wheelchair was offeredto
of the club's very successful by all. take him from the plane to his
November project, the The first scheduled meeting for family's automobile, Keith
collection of gifts for the Sunland 1971 will be Jan. 4. For further refused, stating, 'I never want to HIS FEET AGAIN-Refusing to ride in the wheelchair provided
Training Center at Gainesville.The information call Marie Slocumbat see another wheelchair,' and he forhim Keith Garrett walks from the airport with his father Jack,
wives wish to thank all thosewho 264-9487 or Becky Samberg at proudly walked the entire following a month.long stay at the Shrine Burn Hospital in Galveston,
participated. 388-6672. distance to the car. Tex.


IRS Reports


I. Military Immune to Some Moving TaxJax

t
The internal Revenue combat zones or temporary hunting round trips and tem-
GRANGER Service has decided to hold off on assignments. porary lodging and meals while
plans requiring military per- Servicemen may claim staying at hotels and motels for
sonnel to pay taxes on all moving deductions for any cash expenses up to 30 days after reporting to a
& SONS expenses paid to them by the exceeding reimbursements from new duty station.
government. the government. Under prior lawa Deduction for the new'expensesis
At least for the 1970 and 1971 taxpayer could deduct the cost limited to $2,500 of which not
HARDWARE lUMBER taxable years individual ser- of travel (including meals and more than $1,000 may be claimedfor
vicemen will not have to accountin lodging) for himself and his househunting round trips and
their tax returns for 'in kind' family plus transportation of temporary lodging. The
t reimbursements. However, household goods and personal deduction for travel and transportation -
South servicemen will not have to effects. The deduction has been such as actual or
1180 Lane Ave.
t report cash or 'in kind' reimbursements expanded to cover some of the excess transportation packing,
Ph. 781.4116 MMOWAAISTOOfS for travel where no costs incurred in selling and crating, intransit storage, trailer
.- change of residence is involved buying a home while moving; hauling and insurance costs paid
t such as transfers to and from settling leases pre-move house' by a member is not limited to
owned and HOLIDAY HOURS -
Locally locally
$2,500 and may be claimed in
operated Co-op with other Daily 8:30'til 8:30 BEAUTIFUL and NEW... addition to the new .
expenses.It
f'
3,600 stores to bring you the Closed Sundays DIRECTLY is beneficial to servicemen to
best brand names and prices. iI take full of both
+- NTiia advantage

;. C Ar r : MARCO expense categories deductions of expenses.are allowed Moving

I. N even if a taxpayer claims the
JIG t-j Presents Our...
standard deduction or uses a tax
table to find his tax. '
Taxpayers must add moving

; SAW WINTER MILITARY SPECIAL expense reimbursements cash allowances to wages and or

I D report the total on line 12 of IRS
[99 Form 1040.
f See Your Special Services Officer
rf 4
long life motor,Make straight, %" ELECTRIC DRILL September 1 February 1
.'; curved or'scroll cuts in wood .
metal or plastic. Drills ,in.- wood, metal, mason 2NGHTS3DAYSCheck Jax's GreatestFURNITURE

; Base tilts 14.99 ry.. Use to buff, 'polish, sand out 5:00: P.M.
for angles....!... with opt.. attach.
:Ya INCH DRILL . 9.99 1 We'll Buy The Gas! Values!

15 Gal. Per Roomor

tir Up to $10.00 per Room for Bus Fare WHOLESALE
PRICETO EVERYONE
Triple or Quadruple
total C teSS$15
M11V6FnwnM BothN'\ Occupancy OPEN *]1

1 I/r 4 air per person $1 A Single or DoubleOccupancy EVERY I]
1 U DAY I
-x 9 v *
I j BRING YOUR ID CARD & HURRY OVER I

\. = 450 199 15% Military Discount given on SUNDAY TIL 6 P.MSURPLUS

ti ANTIQUING KITS SHOWER HEAD REG. 3.93 .r Accomodations Sept. 1-Feb,1

3 easy steps. Enough to antique Enjoy new shower luxury. (Not Applicable on Special) GOODS
cabinets or table & 2 Shower head features easilyadjustable DAYTONA BEACH

chairs. Many colors. spray. DISCOUNT 1 STORE
i 935 South Atlantic Ave Phone 904/255-1941
!
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g3ERVICE SHOPPING GUIDE i




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J PIZZA PANTRY SARGE & HANK
sun )
ARM ERNIE GROSE 1 IC TAKE OUT ORDERS-DINING ROOM KNOX ENCO SERVICENTER
A. r s 1 PREMIUM BEER-CHOICE CUT STEAKS
1938 Blanding BoulevardINfURANC I .4 ITALIANSANDWICHES-SPAGHETTI Pti .----
PHONE: 387.7111 388.2423L.
a PHONE 389-0338 \ 'Jy "PIZZA", .
i
Automobile Insurance For Everyone I ;, OUR SPECIALITY! Electronic Wheel Balancing
ii: HOURS: Total I Engine Performance
,
SAME DAY COVERAGESTATE I Jt Sun Thurs 4pm t 11,30pm 1
i? o ,gyQ Friday 4pm I?,45am 1 Analyzed Electronically
FARMMUTUALAUTOMOBILE INSURANCE CO. t Closed Tuesdays Saturday
4pm 12:45: am
Home Office: Bloomington,Illinois I Ij II 3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 '''I 4710 SAN JUAN AVENUE
I 552 CASSAT AVENUE

j:$; :t:m :t::;:: :t r:: .::: :;!a 1;:% '> : ;r:<%: ::w 1:. !w m 1@1k1: mt:'ttSHRIMpT :I dah\. : aMa\4:a: V \x v. 4W I i, 'S A'tik.'? v''s>: s {+t' 'S'tid'SSy1: {''hNaSV{, \ +{4'M1M ar.4Xh'.x,:;

SPECIAL!
t .. I John C. Calhoun, USN (Ret.) >MON 771.040.. .
I OM 7 t :eat
CHICKEN ;: 1 Complete Line of i 7mstCal's
Tropical FI.U
Aquarium Supplies
ALL YOU CAN EAT ';. ; i I t.- '. I T.V. Sales S ServiceRCA

For Only..$1.29 '. I I d & ZENITH COLOR. BLACK A WHITE-
Includes French Fries I 0 tCS I : STEREO
.. .
Cole Slaw & Rolls .. -
BA KAMEP I AR )
TOP HAT I P:% 5854 ARLINGTON RD.725-7423 .

DRIVE IN j 6334103rd G.St.? .and..,.Blanding,,,? !. ..Blvd! :.!Grant, ,.?Plaza, ,) 772-8731 WELCOME HERE

2C45 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE 388-9553 t :,..?.?..OPEN?....?..n.NITESTILLXMAS...r r.rrrrrr...........?............!! ;, "WE SELL Grant THE BEST Plaza*SERVICE at 103rd THE REST"

tn:: m:$: 1' -t1__ W.1" $ma;

PHONE 264.9206 I Jay Jester. USN Ret., Mgr. PHONE 771 8780 i'I
( WE CATER TO SERVICEMEN!
OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION I
# WE HELP ALL Or'

I Need: Your car' Inspected I Ii I I JAY'S 103rd STANDARD ft ILANDING I.!3: WE CAN FISHERSCYCLE SHOP


RED GREENE'S GARAGEFour fi I COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRS :

Miles South 0/NAS.Highway 1.Orange Park I ACETELYNE & ELEC. WELDING ,, WE REPAIR
Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors I i! _.. I MINIBIKESWe

Open 0800-J800 Monday thru Friday We take better care STANDARD 1 ( repair all makes used cycles and cars)
MINOR REPAIRS AVAILABLE of your car.INDEPENDENT. IU0103RD STREET

J.: -. 1 ",
mt1t: ii: 1U1:; ::y:@:.. :m-a": t' w ;
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OPEN7DAYSAWEEKIt VOLKSWAGEN \ "Your Mobile Home ShoppIng.Center"

PORSCHE SERVICE CENTER

103rd STREET FISH MARKET i1 i1i i FACTORY MONTHLY Mustanq

4 1 TRAINED i S YW SPECIAL! I
'// Swims, We Have It' SPECIALISTS
FISHSHRIMPOYSTERSLOBSTERSCRABMEAT I":j! 4 COMPLETE
1\\ MOBILE HOMES
;f MILITARY i .,Brakes Relined m INC

IN SEASON M Y l DISCOUNT $24.95 I; 4118 PHILIPS HWY. 737.4366
Featuring Specially Prepared 1! 1I1I1..IIIIM.II..1. 5070 NORMANDY BLVD. 387.6489
Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs )r ROOSEVELT MALL ,SERVICE CENTER
fj:
Over'?150 New & Used MoLlie// Homes
1 i 4393 ROOSEVELT BLVD. Phone: 317-7511
6567103rd Street Phone 772-0981 choose/ from
i to
We Welcome BankAmerleard&Master Charge

t@i*:;;:'?;;::::':ti1W: :;:! t;m'mmmt:, : J;:;:;:U: ;?::_k"m: tm:di:* '>. $: tn;mn'' :';:1@miM1WwmMt:: :? 'tmmm; ir1 ;$ 1j'::S::i&_ t1 \ .
i
BLANDING BOULEVARD J. firtont I NEED PRINTING ? ??

OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION S! .
: ,! JIM THORSBY. (USN Retired,) Mgr.
4
: z
aid Service to
hurry
Tires. Service
HONEST, COURTEOUS .Iatteries.Froitu... .
u"u"m u "u u u n n n n.RADIOSTVs'
SERVICE ; II
t. BOLTPUNLIBHING'
We Aim Headlights,Replace Bulbs '::3 ,
And Windshield Wiper Blades f: FREE ESTIMATES 01ISIfl BRAKE( WORK ii I
Vt Mile South of Orange Park High f. co.
On Blanding (State Road 21)) -ll s) [ m'lq---,, iij

JAMES JACKSONU. m -...-.....-...-. Ie "
-' ,
S. Military Retired .. / i _I II i .' :. 4747 SAN JUAN BLVD. 387.3566
PHONE 264.5343 i 5998 Normandy Blvd. 786-0821 r
I .
j'::rm: ;;::"N;:' :: : :tJn: :; __ZJ.r.r.f: iJ ;:m. m t.$_$ m-<<
:f:1i :H-

i fFornc.PartsCo I Curter Whit ill of lax his

I beei weitiii foil
.
U/CK S
Q MILITARY DISCOUNT gbt Brand New 1971 Models
;" p Prices start at... ,
,,' MOBILE HOMES .:'JI'', Specialist IN Speed $ SIdT<
Discount Center Equipment ft Auto Parts .* aveaWacetopae 'Ij'If
ESQUIRE CRANBROOK I STAN GILL : I i 'Il f
FLEETWOOD BUTLER SKYLARK if. =- 3631 EMERSON Ph. 396.3658 .:. l
r.'DEAN, KITCHIN BETTER LIVING ;\i
742 S. LANE AVE. PHONE 781-9877 I L : 6417 ROOSEVELT Ph. 387-4468 IIr11 Iff 8985 Normandy Blvd Phone 786-2375 .

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Supply Dept. Receives v)11""M.:



1. Holiday Transformation : .1



r, Jax-The Christmas spirit is sometimes hard to find- J Ir

t' especially if you are spending it away from home. Mrs. /

Anna N. DeGrace, scheduling clerk at the NAS Supply

, Department, understands and tries her best to bring a :

:{ little of Christmas to the people around her.


: Mrs. DeGrace has decorated the small waiting room + w

;/. by her office on the third floor with her own money. 'It's

, my Christmas card to the boys. she said.

V .
. 'She is one of the better employees' her immediate

t,' supervisor said. According to him she has the Christmas

spirit all year round.


'I look for the good in people and then I'm happy..'

t,. she explained, 'I want others to be happy, too.' aYy


ti;.. Mrs. DeGrace has seven sons who have served during a

ti' war periods and she knows how they felt at Christmas

/:. time. In hopes of bringing a home away from home to

;". the men and women here she has been decorating the

< area around her for ,the past 16 years.

SEASON'S GREETINGS The Supply Department I Is transformed Into I Christmas wonderlandby
r, the colorful and imaginative decorations arranged by Mrs. Anna DeGrace.



11. Practice Safety for Accident Free Holidays

... ... ., ..
I
rt: Jax Christmas is the time to and set the child or house on fire. Check for the UL label and each Flameproofing Fabrics
'i', be merry but let's not forget to be Check for UL label on electrical year look for frayed wires, loose
!> careful. Christmas trees, toys, toys. connections, and broken sockets: For those of you who would like
wrappings,and other decorations Be sure the fuse of the electric to flameproof some of your
\ can be the cause of a fire in Be Cautious circuit you use for the tree is not fabrics here is a simple and
r YOUR home or office. over 15 amperes and that there inexpensive formula: Mix equal
'\. Buying Decorations Now that you know what to look are not too many cords in one parts of borax and boric acid with
f for, let's see what to do with our outlet.Turn your lights out before water making a solution suitable
'>, Here are a few things to keep in safety hazards. Once you buy a you leave the house or go to sleep. for spraying or dipping material.
LV c. mind when you are buying your real tree you should keep it fresh. This treatment is nonpoisonous BEGINNING A CAREERSgt.Edwin .
decorations: Put the tree in water and leave it General safety precautions and does not promote A. Halderman receives
All decorations should be flame oustide until you are ready to use include no smoking near the tree, decay. It has no effect on the congratulations from "Ma|. JohnC.
: proof (glass, metal or fire- it. decorations or wrappings and in color and does not feel damp. Weare, MATSG XO, after
resistant material). ? Just before you bring it indoorscut case of fire have two or more Before setting up your tree and reenlisting Friday for six years.
,, I If you plan to have a real tree the trunk at an angle about exits. A fire extinguisher, decorations notify the Fire Sgt. Halderman has been in the
be sure that it hasn't been one inch above the original cut. buckets of water, or...,a garden Department at Ext. 2452. They Marine Corps since March 1967
F l allowed to dry (branches will be Place the tree in some water and hose near by can save you and will inspect the area and check and is an AO troop handler.
brittle and will shed needles check the level once a day. your home, too.Religious. for possible safety hazards.to .
... easily). Arrange it so that your tree is
t t, If you buy an artificial tree find away from sources of heat anddoesn't Art begin their work now. VP-16 Wives
i L/. one that is marked as slow block the way out of the For further information or
r>:; burning and for those with room even if it was to fall. entry blanks, write: ReligiousArt
Elect NewOfficers
t.1 built in electrical systems check Now, what to do with those Show Taking Show, Box 8691, Naval
,! for the Underwriter'sLaboratories
artificial trees. Just rememberthat Postgraduate School, Monterey,
(, (UL) label. Stay metal trees may not be fire CaliCo 93940.
!y away from pyroxylin plastic toys hazards but they may be shock Contestants
V,, or nonflameproofed playsuits hazards. Use indirect lightingand Post Offices Jax-The VP-16 Enlisted Wives'
.ft. Also, beware of' alcohol, be safe. }MONTEREY, ..Calif..TheCatholic Club met at the Pirates Cove Inn
kerosene, carbide or gasoline Stay away from wax candles their
Chapel Guild at the Wednesday morning for
It.x operated toys. They may upset. and use electric lighting instead. Naval Postgraduate School will Open SaturdayJaxThe annual Christmas Party and

" present its eighth annual monthly meeting.The .
NAS
and
NATTC
;. Religious Art Show March 6 offices post wives elected new club
will
have
their
r through 12, 1971.Competition mail officers: Sundrea Nugent for
BEAUTIFUL NEW MOTOR INN windows open this Saturday for
president, Julie Newmann for
is to the convenience of
open the public.
vice president Ruth Brown
It It everyone and is expected to include Hours will be from 8:30: a.m. until as
secretary-treasurer
religious art in all media. noon or until the lobbies have Marge
t Potential contestants are urged been cleared. Bogel as hospitality chairman,
Bonnie Brown
as telephone
.
: chairman, Sonja Stout for
publicity' chairman and Ann
,
,
J. Zodiac SST Velazquez as nursery chairman.The .
wives announced that Cdr.

; INTERSTATE 10 AT LANE AVE. The most accurate Nordtvedt, commanding officerof
,. VP-16, would be the guest
rrr watch speaker at their next meeting this
COLOR TV IN EVERY ROOM. you month.

''Lp SWIMMING POOL can wear.
.:. COCKTAIL LOUNGE

t; RESTAURANT Guaranteed.The fJan

.t MINATURE GOLF
t\: SHUFFLE BOARD Zodiac SST(Split Second 'tlafl.z .
Timing). Guaranteed not to
.AND PLAYGROUND FOR THE KIDDIES
or lose than "
more
::. one minute, \
t per month. The most accurate

t;: Lr SPECIAL WEEKENDMILITARY watch produces.movement Self-winding.Switzerland 17 II II.h as

f jewel movement day-date + 5821 San Juan at Niblick
RATES
calendar water resistant. + Phone 384.4406
(SUBJECT TOAVAILABILITY) Stainless steel or 18k gold ; MDN,[?
I electroplate with stainlesssteelbacks.PricedtromS110. 1, 2 and 3 BEDROOMS
,j ; J GARDEN TYPE APARTMENTS .
CALL 786-0500 FOR INFORMATION (Watch shown. S115) Zodiac ; '
1212Ave.orrha Americas.. I I INDIVIDUAL AIR CON-
; DITIONINO AND HEATING
a P YOURSELF RAMADA INKS N.Y.C.1003G I I DRAPES FURNISHED
,)rip PI I ACfc Adjustment/ to thii tolerance. -WALLTO WALL CARPETING
.
COAST TO COAST. II necessary will be made at no cost :& LARGE SWIMMING POOLS
. for a period of one ,, '''ti;: :., ;
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K
Holiday Travel Offered Vietnam Troops .


Jax United Service Club and round-trip. .
will serviceman Prices include U.S.C. memo
$369 fly a
stationed in Vietnam round-trip bership fee, U.S.A. hotel accommodations -
for one night, a
leave.
to the States on a 14-day
The new program, called meal, and transportation to ongoing
,1 'Operation Reunion', is an effort ground connections.Jax .
I. by United Service Club (a non Navy Federal Credit Union
ati profit organization) and certificated has further information on
airlines to fulfill the U.S. 'Operation Reunion',
Government's promise to provide
14-day leaves for Vietnam-based
f troops with service of at least WHir' *M YOUR GooP IPIAS

four months but not more than YJlJIlSlIl",.,
"' liTo
eight months. (\ ))

...... 'Operation Reunion' will ri
charter flights from Vietnam and
LET'S BUY THIS ONE Little
return. Price schedule announced *
: f1 f+ Kenny Schoenhats helps his by U.S.C. will be:
mother make the big decision on Vietnam West Coast ... $369
"The men tell me you're 'rockhound,' Jones!" which tree to take home for round-trip i MAKe YOuR
Christmas from the NAS Jax tree Vietnam Chicago ... $422 -,
lot. Kenny's father,AMS1 Carroll round-trip 61'ION5A
Schoenhals.is currently deployedto Vietnam New York ... $479
tr Sicily with VP-45.


"Oh New Car For Christmas !_ _

c Say
New 1970
,
1 Can You h {' R-10 Renault
*fl ) :
<$ # ;

Sew... SIP j
C IMlMKtlCIM 9599jti ji


_.. $250 down,

VtJBKyiMVSPECIM. SIb $44" month.Ed Notrade
'
w1FI.
I. \ Baker Imports has made a special purchase of new
1970 Renault R-10's and Is able to sell these cars to you for

Christmas\\ .,, *. only $1599. This special, price includes all tax, tags and preparation.

Gifts tor

.C 1F1I1MPORTSLOCATED
,atl VELVETS
..,... Vi BROCADES per cent dstoupo} TEXTURED CREPES." SCREEN NYLONti

,.:It SSCWeS Ulfit} for Christ
1.\. (rnas or: New Eve. Howl ) 8061103rd STREET PHONE 772-1700

..... e HALF.
o \ LOHer I *"" '"
'" CEII
*, four
tlch..or
0 .
ClotheS..S1.5 '
t> 'Barble I
S5.001
for

.M"In 00I}!,I : K I outfits sewlnQCetoolsscou} perfect StlS I, Prime Riverfront

(.a t M glving...: CUTTING

*tr.C SEWING DRITZ PRES,CHESTS.DRITZBOARDS end WISS other CLOTHS SCISSORS sewing PIN 15 minutes from NAS JacksonvilleState

'S; CUSHIONS
notions"} l VESTS I Road 17 So. (To be 4-laned from Orange Park to Green Cove Springs)
FRINGED
I FORMING--FOR ,TOTAL COST 1{
NOW
WIt (INCLUDING for FABRIC 10' year- Sifor 1STRlCTI0N NAS Buy ONERiverfront
S1.'SI(I (ChOI (
S
;tC )with "
suede belt.
cotton and-or Lot
band j
heafi d
's to make ORANGE PARK !

holdiay season is here! I s and get FIVE
c The delightful moment with f amity ;
. tp' every And so Z
enjoy 'r-
May yo in true content and -.. \ ..NOffRiver Lots
',I!. A and friends famUits CREEK
BLpCK
t} ''if that we may wtll obe closed the wee 1 G

friends, we '
a" following Christmas.t 1 FREEPrice

;.I 1

:::
.' (q JAX so ,1r j $12000.
'ere 701e Sant NSewi

r, n9spe 1f f/me fa Det Stop First m N Cash or Terms

"f e ,0r Ch fort Light : Sq
!sine PING iiiiiii FSMgk0/
mas. past a !+* ; RIVERFRONT LOTS:
J D" a
t} Track LO_ t ,t Minimum 35,000 Sq. Ft.
,i Evaluation of $12,000 each
S {b
STILES
___ S.c5 '
OFF-RIVER LOTS:
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
as4range Minimum 20,000 Sq. Ft.
, ParkS Average evaluation $2,500.

Spectacular view all the way to Jacksonville- especially beautiful when

Jacksonville skyline is lighted at night

ShrUitlageSewing r ,aa. Salesman will be at Riverfront Lot No. 6



Nook TWIN REALTY ,



t 354 STILES AVE.-ORANGE PARK Ph. 244-4561 ...: Associate PHONE Residence: 1 WEST BAY ST. GREEN COVE SPRINGS PHONE Office ;

284.5475 HILDA T.NETH,Realtor 2843681DECEMBER
.
.. i. i.: } SiC'.' '.1-" CHARLES R.MOBLEY,Associate




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Cecil Sports DTC J. D. Brewster





The sharpshooting VA-81 Blake 6 10-14 22 VA-174 No.2 14-30
& quintet waited nearly ten monthsto Wilson 4 1-2 9 Air Frames 11.33
f avenge last seasons close loss Evans 3 3-4 9 Power Plants No. 1 9-35
to VA-174 in the title game, by Henderson 0 0-0 0
swamping the 'Hellrazors' 63-47 Totals 21 21.34 63 We received word that the
,. Ancient Mariners (CPOs) of
N aN to capture the 1970-71 first round
,, basketball championship. BOWLING Wednesday Night Bowling 'fame1
; Nearly ten months ago, the recently rolled a 1111 single
'Sunliners' were leading VA-174 National League: Admin game. Some explanation of the
b,3 with less than ten seconds to go, finally overtook the fine BOQ circumstances are in order: The
when a foul was called againstthe team by taking all four games other team failed to make an
Crusade of Mercy Cites Sailor From Special Services Dept. V A. l pivot man. A Hellrazor from the 'Q'. As a result, 3 teams appearance, thus opening the
stepped to the foul line and are now deadlocked for the 1st door for the Rocking Chair Sets
Sailor Wins Citation calmly sank two charity tosses to slot, and only 5 games separatethe 'heroics.' On the previous
edge the Sunliners. frontrunners from the Wednesday, the senior citizens
VA-81 trailed by 3 points at half seventh place team._ dropped four games to their
y AQB3 P. D. Radjanski was work with. I hope next year's time.But roared back to outscore Thirteen bowlers hit the 500 opponentswhowere bowling. with
cited for his work in a citation campaign will have the same their opponents by 19 points in the barrier: DelVecchio ((578)), Vern but three bowlers.
,, from the Crusade of Mercy. caliber of men assigned to the second half. Blake with 22 Miller ((573)), Whit Eschete ((564)), Coming up after the holidays:
Radjanski, stationed at NAS campaign.As points and 'Dailey with 16 Byrd, ((546)), Russel ((543)), Don Basketball play will resume on
Cecil Feld, received his citaton in if this were not enough, the ((11 in the big second half) led the Farrand ((54)), Don Denno (535)), 18 January. A meeting of team
theofficeof CaptColeman, Cecil's Crusade of Mercy sent a letter to VA-81 attack. Luchi had 16 Marcus Bryant (521)), Emiliano captains will be held in the
commanding officer. Rear Admiral Lawrence counters for VA-174. Alcoran ((519)), Chuck Price ((514)), station gym at 1000 on 12
Radjanski's citaton read as Heyworth, Jr about Radjanskiand The big difference between the Toth ((512)), Rich Dumm ((503)), January. _
follows: in turnRAdm.Heyworthsenta two teams had to be the Sunliners and Claude Swasey ((500)). Sad (he Volleyball competition startson
'Phil performed his duties in a letter of appreciation to Rad- dominance of the defensive recently received, of all things, 19' January and will be
pleasant efficient manor. He wasa janski for his work, and also boards. Wilson, Hendrickson and sea duty orders ) Del Vecchio preceded by a meeting of all
credit to both the Navy and the complimented him on his attitude Dailey almost completely in rolled a 226 game, fcllowed by team captains at the gym on 13
United Fund.Many very positive and efficiency while working with timidated the VA-174 team. Joe Szymanski ((213)), Miller January at 1000.
comments were 'made about his the crusade. ((212), Farrans (201)) and Smooth The Continental League will
work and was a valuable memberof Radjanski, is married to Mrs. VA-174 IP Smith who came to life finally commence bowling at 5:00: on 20
the team and a pleasure to Cynthia Radjanski. Luchi 5 6-6 16 with a 200 game. Wonder if the January. An organizational
Dunnings 7 0-0 14 Midget is taking all this in? meeting will convene at 4:45: on
Stancil 1 1.2 2 Standings: the same date.A .
Dean 0 2-2 2
Blue LeagueGulfMeeting will
ESALE PRICES TO ALL! McAfee 0 0-1 0 be held at the Golf Club iHouse
WNOLNEW Johnson 2 0-0 4 Admin 30-14 on 19 January at 1000.Place will
Dominy 0 0-1 0 VA-174 No. 1 30-14 commence on 27 January. The
& USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES May 1 0-1 2 BOQ 30-14 Gold League will resume play on
Parker 2 2-2 6 NAMTD 28-16 12 January
NEW & USED TV SETS
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES Totals 18 11.15 47 Dental 28-16 SKEET A meeting will be
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS Medical 27.17 held on 1 February at 1000 in the
AIR CONDITIONERS VA-81 TP Operations 25-19 gym. Shooting starts on 8
Hendrickson 1 5-10 7 Weapons 16-28- February.
Mrs.1a.m. )
p.m.Comeln&Browse Dailey 7 2-4 16 Power Plants No. 2 16-28 HANDBALL: A meeting has

WESCONNET FURNITURE CO been scheduled for 16 Februaryat
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has tickets for the Johnny Cash
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for your convenience 6 a.m10 p.m. show
Tickets have come in for the
road service pick up I delivery Temptations show Dec. 18th and
all tickets cost $4.00.
echoic 01 defy Aneric.. ft foreifi Curs The Royal Lipuzzan Stallion
Show will soon be here and the
PHONE tickets for this performance will
103rd & Jammes Road
771-9156 cost $4.50, $2.50, and $2.50.
Jacksonville, Florida Monday evening Dec. 21st will
be the Gator Bowl Assn.
Presidents Ball. Former attire
Need extraholiday are is required.free. Tickets for this event

Anyone wanting tickets or
cash ? i information; about the up-coming
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See HFCNeed ,.;..sr rfl -:;.,

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for the folks at home? At HFC we understand .; wish I

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Jax Recreation Board


I.:, Offers- Advice to CO ri !

Jax Anyone who has a The Council works to advise the ?( : 'r.
suggestion or complaint to offer Commanding Officer, Capt. John r
concerning the recreation 'R. Kincaid, on recreation mat
facilities aboard this station is ters and the use of Recreation
urged to contact his command Funds. 3'' 'Sxata t
representative on either the The Enlisted Recreation C
Composite Recreation Council 'r vii%
or Committee also consists of ? lq'
the Enlisted Recreation Com representatives from all com- Yv ,wN
mittee. mands. Enlisted committeemen, it
The Composite Recreation however, do not have a vote on
= Council is an advisory board recreation policy, but are appointed -
formed by officers representingeach to assist the Council with
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J1iTL: I Iw Chaplain Wins Commendation Medal1- -


Jax-LCdr. Richard A. Boyer, frequently mined and subjectedto back to the battalion command
the protestant chaplain of hostile fire to reach widely post over a relatively unsecure 1
NATTC, received a citation and dispersed forward elements of road, visiting isolated small units a
the Navy Commendation MedalIn his battalion to provide worship on the way.
a ceremony conducted by services, religious counsel, and LCdr. Boyer was reassigned as .
NATTC's Commanding Officer, guidance for the problems faced chaplain of the Fifth Marines on
Captain John E. Kennedy, in his by men in combat. He actively July 2, 1970 and skillfully
office on the morning of Dec. 11. supported and participated in a coordinated all religious devotion.
Chaplain Boyer received the highly effective Civic Action His sincere concern for the
citation and the Navy Commendation Program, including the supportof welfare of his fellowmen inspiredall
Medal for his three orphanges. who came under the effects of
: meritorious service while servingas On Feb. 10, 1970, LCdr. Boyerwas his ministry and contributed
chaplain with the First Marine reassigned as chaplain of the significantly to the high morale of
Division in connection with Third Battalion. He continued to his command.
4 7I >combat operations against the distinguish himself by the superb p.
I t -q enemy in the Republic of Viet. manner in which he provided a 'Y1
nam from August 29, 1969 to warm personal ministry for his
August 19, 1970.Throughout men despite the hazards of
traveling 80 miles each Sunday
this period, LCdr. through dangerous areas in orderto
BASKETS FOR THE NEEDY Navymen with the HAS Chaplains' Boyer performed his duties in an reach five separate units to
Department, Ray Ford (m I) and Kenneth Sams, are busy packing exemplary and highly) provide religious services.
Christmas food baskets to be distributed to Jacksonville families professional manner. He was His personal courage and
Monday. assigned as chaplain of the Ninth devotion to duty were exem-
Engineer Battalion and displayed plified by his practice of :Aoo
leadership and initiative as he traveling each week to the
Jax Personnel, Campfire Girls worked tirelessly to enhance the remotest outpost where he would
spiritual and moral welfare of the spend the evening under the
Marines in his command. He threat of enemy fire and then
Bring Christmas to the NeedyJax utilized roads which were walk approximately eight miles Chaplain SoytrVVjoin
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Some of Jacksonville'sless from the NAS correction center
fortunate families will enjoya will be on hand to assist the .
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brighter Christmas thanks to department with final
the generosity of NAS personneland arrangements before the baskets
the Duval County Camp Fire are delivered Monday.The .
Girls. big'share of donations of
More than $300 worth of food canned goods and money have
has been collected during their come from the Camp Fire Girls
annual Navy Camp Fire Girls and the NAS Supply and Data
Christmas Sharing Drive and will Processing Departments
be distributed Monday at the However, only $217.79 has been
Chapel Annex to area needy donated to buy food and turkey
families. certificates, according to Ens.
According to Chaplain George Mary Kallas, campaign
Sheldon, who supervising the treasurer.
entire drive, there should be 125 Although the drive ended Dec.
baskets of food ready for delivery 5, Chaplain Sheldon is encouraging *
Monday, each complete with NAS commands to
canned goods, fruits, non- contribute their share through
perishable items and a food or tomorrow. c
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turkey certificate.
During the past two weeks FAY 1HE
Navymen from the Chaplains'
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food baskets and they estimate If ",'
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VA-46 X.O. t '.


Makes Centurion,

Cdr. Marvin D. Reynolds, the
Executive Officer of Attack
Squadron Forty Six has accumulated -
500 Carrier Landingswith
a landing aboard the USS
k John F. Kennedy. His carrier
Y landings were accomplished by
LI flying six different Navy aircraft
I -T-- aboard seventeen various air-
craft carriers. One hundred and
twenty night traps are numbered !

;, ..r.;.. among the total 500 landings. The I
'XO' is presently flying the A .7B
500 TIMESI I LUCK OR SKILL!I Cdr. Marvin D. Reynolds, 'Corsair II' in which he was over
Executive Officer of VA-46, proves that it is skill by making his sooth 700 flight hours. d Mn "
Carrier landing, aboard the USS John F. Kennedy.
Cdr. Reynolds is a veteran of i
Santa Claus made an early trip to Cecil Field last Friday courtesy of
two Vietnam combat cruises, one Television.
WFXT Channel 4
aboard USS Ranger.He reported Bill Grove, news director of WJXT, made all the arrangements and
aboard VA-46 in January 1970 narrated a film designed to send Christmas Greetings to Navy personnel -
from a tour with VA-174 which he USS All dependents
aboard the
K k of VA-46 and VA-72, Kennedy.
completed as 'XO'. The Com- Christmas and home.
wished their loved one's a Merry hurry
q mander is presently deployed to Santa Claus was there to chat with the kids and help those who had i
Mediterrean for the first timein
the stage fright. As Santa was leaving he was heard to say 'To Every
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his career. Serviceman wherever he might be, a MERRY, MERRY, MERRY
VA-46 was on the first A 7
Mediterranean Deployment and
CHRISTMAS.Head
now has become the first A 7 Nugget AppointedFledgling
Squadron to deploy twice to the
Med. The 'Clansmen' have flown Navy pilots, af .
over 700 hours in support of such fectionately referred as Room 267, Bldg T 26, USNAS )
Fleet Operations in the Eastern 'Nuggets, attached to units of Norfolk, Virginia' and to travel ,
01 Mediterranean. Naval Air Forces Atlantic, with the Admiral anytime the 1
1: received a big boost recently with welfare of'Nugget's anywhere in ]
: :t ;ii:;i' the official appointment of their NAVAIRLANT's broad domain ;
':'.' !:'' :: :?;:r.r* <' :':'>.irt11imr: : ; i n & ::< :
I leaer. In ceremonies conductedat shall require his presence. '

COMNAVAIRLANT, Vice According to LtjgTorio( ) the ,
Admiral Robert L. Townsend's need to be accepted as Navy *
headquarters in Norfolk, pilots and to feel part of Naval '
Virginia, Ltjg( ) Tmmas J. Torlo, Aviation induced the 'Nuggets'to '
USNR, was appointed COM- league together in an effort to G;I
Holy Night, all is calm, all NUGFORLANT with duties to bolster enthusiasm 'and morale \}t

is bright. We wish you the great giftsof bolstet morale of 'Nuggets' while' awaiting orders to 'fleet J.
within seat.
friendship, love and peace. a NAVAIRLANT.To everywhere. Ltjg( ) Torio, who hails from

insure that appropriate Flushing. New York, graduatedfrom
1704 Highway Orange Park Jonathan privileges go with the heavy Naval Flight training at ;
Dan and Linda Boatwrlght. b responsibilities involved, VAdm. Corpus Christi, Texas, on
Phone 24439 t'" Towsend's letter of appointment February 28,1970.He is currently

Jewelers LTJG Thomas J. Torso with specificallyauthorlzesLtjgTorio( ) assigned as Assistant Temporary
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING

Publisher :, Call: 388-2755 MOVIE SCHEDULE!

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NAS Jacksonville Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
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Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be
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NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or HOSPITAL : 'UN-
money order for the full cost of the ad must be NAS: 'PARENT TRAP' Color DERGROUND'
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received WITH the copy for the ad.
comedy drama starring Hayley

4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge (lines) $2.00 Mills, Brian Keith and Maureen Tuesday, December 22

Per additions I line ((4 words per line) 50 O'Hara. 'G' E ((129 mins.)
Jacksonville, Florida ,, cents HOSPITAL: 'HELLO DOLLY' NAS: 'PETER PAN' Color

Color musical starring Barbra animated cartoon. 'G' E ((76

Streisand and Walter Matthau. mins.)

'G' E ((148 mins.) HOSPITAL: 'JOURNEY TO
SMALLMINATURE POODLES ORANGE PARK THE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN'Wednesday .
EMPLOYMENT AKC reg. Shots & wormed. Call 771- By Owner 3BR., 2B., Brick home.
7839. Cent. H&A., Corner lot, fenced back Friday, December 18
yed.,Assume 6 percent FHA loan. 264- ,December 23


k-1 SERVICE WIVES : MOBILE HOMES>. "; 5296. OAK HILL PARK NAS: '2001: A SPACE NAS: 'TWO A PENNY' Color

[blinders CLERICAL, 1372 JOBS Cassat.OF ALL 387.5626 KINDS .:.... .,..<." ;':;.......,,;\ r 4BR., Split level, Cent Air, Fencedyd. ODYSSEY' Color science fiction drama starring Cliff Richards.
22 Park Street, 354-7868. or ., Best location for schools, Cecil & starring Keir Duella and Gary 'G' E (96 mins.)

MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea NAS. 534 percent VA. 771-4778. Lockwood. 'G' E ((150 mins.. HOSPITAL: 'PETER PAN'

AIR POLLUTION: ( Mobile Home Park) V mile
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ur weekly Income. Hours 6.10 p.m. schools and shopping center. Clean, RENTALSORANGE. ...... ...,.., ".W'W' :".'.:",\.<.".. .''".'d 4.,
all 765-3756 or 389.8086. and reasonable rates, Manager on Saturday,December 19 NAS : 'THOROUGHLY
premises. Children and pets welcome.
6301 Roosevelt,. 384-6264. PARK MODERN MILLIE' Color
: ax xxwsaxxmym w'rr.'My .xvxa, : 'Y i 2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dish NAS: 'DARLING LILI' Color comedy starring Julie Andrews,

MISCELLANEOUSBEARADIOOR. :. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth musical drama starring Julie Carol Channing and Mary Tyler
AptS. 77M405
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tells you how. Call any hour. ween Baldwin & Maclenny. 2596681. NAS: 'FINIAN'S RAINBOW'
52944. Sunday, December 20 Color musical starring Fred
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be assumed on both. 8415 CollinsRd. Inside, Clean & Dry. $5.00 Mo. Call
ock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. Goulet and Daniele Gaubert.'GP' MODERN MILLIE'
(off Shindler) or Ph. 771-1760. Mrs. Varnadoe 246-1615.
MMHIMHMnMnnHHMMMMHMMMWASHER G ((98 mins.)

AND DRYER ORANGE PARK 67 FORD CORTINA HOSPITAL: 'DARLING LILI' Saturday,December 26
ast repair and Installation. We 12 x 60, 2 BR., Furnished, Mobile With Lotus engine, Dual Overhead
peclallze In home service. 781-2790 Home. Screened Patio, '/: acre lot. $80 Cams, Roll bar, Konl shocks, 3 sets of Monday,December 21 NAS: 'TOPAZ' Color Hitchcock
mo. 264-5505 or 2646059. radial tires, Must sacrifice. $900. 387-
3225 after 6. drama starring Frederick
WE BUY& SELL NAS: 'JOURNEY TO THE Stafford and Dany Robin. 'GP' E
Appliances & used furniture. Also :.>> 1965 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN' Color (125 mins.)
Repair any make of home appliances. REAL ESTATE'/j: 361 cu.ln. V-8, AT, AC, PS, PB, R & H, science fiction starring Roy HOSPITAL: 'FINIAN'S
Brook's Furnitureand Real clean. One owner. $800. 264-4480.
Appliance Thinnes, Herbert Lorn and Lynn RAINBOW'

25-2441 10061 Atlantic Blvd. -----
68 BSA LIGHTNING
MMB HHMMMM M M 'HIDDEN WATERS' $600. 3233 Ernest St. Jax. ,,.
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
z Wilford's Fish Camp264.9707, available. Excellent fishing, boating,
swimming. Mobile Home ara. Also INC.
MMHMn M
permanent home area. High, wooded ,
GEORGE'S KENNELSst. lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake
: 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 7253992. SELLING USED: CARS
Ick up & Delivery Available. N
rooming, Defleaing & Bathing
astercharge & BankAmerlcard FOR SALE OR RENT ,
tccepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your 100 GUARANTEE
dgewood Crt. 389-0064.: equity or let us rent your home. DEER SPRINGS ESTATES %
REPORTING IN. Call or drop by for
map or sales and rental list. Call
COIN-OP LAUNDRYry Powell or. Mills, USN Ret. 264-2411. Keystone Heights
) cleaning & Alterations. 30 cents 68 Caprice $21954Door
ORANGE PARK REALTY
ash 5 cents dry. 'II mile north NASn ByAppointneitClyde
,
MILITARY, FREE NOTARY
Yukon. Open 7 days a week. Hardtop. One Owner, only 20,000 miles. Loaded I

OIL HEATERS CLEANED BEING TRANSFERRED? W.Simpson Co. 67 Grand Prix 1695

f All types oil fired furnaces serviced & We buy equities REALTOR 356-6849
(repaired Tylers Heating & Air Louise T. Bailey Loaded I Gleaming Gold with white vinyl top.
[Conditioning, 4711 Palmer (Lake 771-3605 Broker
'Executive' $1095
[ 67 Pontiac
Shore) 3885161. -
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Factory air, Auto trans., Power steering, and brakes, R&H,
BEDROOM FURN. WWT.

[[with Mediterranean double mirrors style, ,triple chest,dresser night % LINING 66 Ford LTD 4-Door $995

{[new.table,771-4778.& king size headboard. Like BRAKE V-8, Auto. trans., Factory air, Power Steering and brakes, R&H.

a % ALL CARS *mAlton. Four-69 VW Sedans
... M\\ $1895
RESERVE YOUR BABYSITTING SIightIy Higher 13**** Air Conditioned, R&H, choice of colors.

I for New Year's Eve nowl All night 6u.roMad
service Thursday 31st from 7 p.m. til 1 30,000 MI.sGfefime 69 VW Sedan. 1695
Friday the 1st til 9 a.m. One child $5- / CuoronfctdBALL Radio and Heater., :
Two children $7.50. Ortega Hills Day ?
Nursery, 5029 Greenway Drive N. 384IU97. 68 VW Sedan 1495
HOCKS
23 Radio and Heater.

Cut or CHRISTMAS alive-52 and TREES$6 each. 10033 9 5 JOINTS CMSclutaf All 65 VW Sedan .. $995 .

Kings Rd. 7655385.. Includes 5 I .. >.rti* t...., Radio and Heater.

installation All SIZE I2,000M'/.6un.n1./ /t"I'-;
FOR SALE 65 VW Sedan j\ ;.795
Basset hound pupS, AKC tricolor, sad
!
FULL CAPS and Heater, Special
Radio
faced, long eared beauties. $100. and INSTANT CREDIT
up.. Also stud service available to
69 VW Station .$2595Sunroof
approved bitches. Call Green Cove NO DOWN PAYMENT WMITIWAUS 888 Wagon

Springs, 2845306. LONG TERMS ADO$1.00 ( Air Conditioned, R&H. .
i.nlrAmtrwofV M.>'"CIt." EXCH. WH1
69 VW Squareback $2295Auto.
FOR SALE
Double bed, new. Also portable stereo SPECIAL 6 CYL nil trans., Air conditioned, R&H.
record player. Call 264-3139. TUNE UP
INCLUDES& LABOR'ARTS 8 CYL 68 VW Squareback $1895

COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES Air Conditioned, Radio and Heater.

AKC 396-4787.

FOR SALE ::Bill VlllLl: i i i iIANNAMERICARO COMPANY e WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN

Ladles golf clubs, Mfg. power-bilt V S
prof set., 8 Irons& 3 Woods. new & In OPEN 8-6 MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
carton. Ex. Christmas gift for her INC.
Tel. 2649642. I' 5444 NORMANDY BLVD. 786-0721 If". l ,

60t5BLANDlNC BLVD. 771-3442 [nwsiiTh '
1150 Line Ave. So. Phone 781-5511
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS -,. I 2809MAYPORT RO 246-4825 ,
Guitars Drums. Repairs. Discount Open Daily I to 1:30. Saturday 8 to S.
Prices. Music Service. 233 6th Ave.
No. Jax Beach. Across from A&P., Sunday 1 fob PM

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Makes Centurion,

Cdr. Marvin D. Reynolds, the
r1 { y ,
54;q'r 4a; Praq ,t Executive Officer of Attack 4
Squadron Forty Six has accumulated -
500 Carrier Landingswith
a landing aboard the USS
John F. Kennedy His carrier
landings were accomplished by
flying six different Navy aircraft
aboard seventeen various air-
craft carriers. One hundred and
h.
twenty night traps are numbered
among the total 500 landings. The
'XO' is presently flying the A -7B
500 TIMES! LUCK OR SKILLII Cdr. Marvin D. Reynolds, 'Corsair II' in which he was over
Executive Officer of VA-44, proves that it is skill by making his 500th 700 flight hours.
Carrier landing, aboard the USS John Kennedy, Cdr. Reynolds is a veteran of
Santa Claus made an early trip to Cecil Field last Friday courtesy of
two Vietnam combat cruises, one
Television
WFXT Channel 4
aboard USS Ranger.He reported Bill Grove, news director of WJXT, made all the arrangements and
aboard VA-46 in January 1970
narrated a film designed to send Christmas Greetings to Navy per-
from a tour with VA-174 which he sonnel of VA-46 and VA-72, aboard the USS Kennedy. All dependents
'XO'. The Commander
completed as wished their loved one's a Merry Christmas and hurry home.
is presently deployed to Santa Claus was there to chat with the kids and help those who had
for the first timein
Mediterrean
the
stage fright. As Santa was leaving he was heard to say 'To Every
... his career. Serviceman wherever he might be, a MERRY, MERRY, MERRY
:. :. VA-46 was on the first A 7
Mediterranean Deployment and
CHRISTMAS.Head
now has become the first A 7 Nugget AppointedFledgling
Squadron to deploy twice to the
y Med. The 'Clansmen' have flown Navy pilots, affectionately -
over 700 hours in support of such referred as Room 267, Bldg T 26, USNAS
A Aa Fleet Operations in the Eastern 'Nuggets, attached to units of Norfolk, Virginia' and to travel
Mediterranean. Naval Air Forces Atlantic, with the Admiral anytime the
..,wh'"..,yXWs received a big boost recently with welfare of'Nugget's anywhere in
rlEf }: I'I'I' the official appointment of their NAVAIRLANT's broad domain
:t '?:>":t-Wf.! :>::: :;:::{::tiwm W1@2 m@'rt: ::: :*::: ::d
leaer. In ceremonies conductedat shall require his presence.
I COMNAVAIRLANT, Vice According to LtjgTorio( ) the
Admiral Robert L. Townsend's need to be accepted as Navy
headquarters in Norfolk, pilots and to feel part of Naval
Virginia, Ltjg( ) Tmmas J. Torio, Aviation induced the 'Nuggets'
USNR, was appointed COM- league together in an effort to
Holy Night, all is calm, allis NUGFORLANT with duties to bolster enthusiasm 'and morale

bright. We wish you the great giftsof bolstet morale of 'Nuggets' seat.while' awaiting orders to a 'fleet
everywhere within
friendship, love and peace. D NAVAIRLANT.To Ltjg) Torio, who hails from
insure that appropriate Flushing New York, graduatedfrom
llO4HIghwayllOranglPark Jonathan privileges go with the heavy Naval Flight training at

-, Dan and Linda Boatwrljht e- responsibilities involved, VAdm. Corpus Christi, Texas, on
Phone 24-4)94 f7' Towsend's letter of appointment February 28, 1970. He is currently

Jewelers LTJG Thomas J. Torio with specifically authorizesLtjgTorioto ) assigned as Assistant Temporary
citation 'fly his personal flag outside Additional Duty Officer.
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Indeed it is not ... in fact, it is the basic foundation of our new dealership and the personal en-
thusiastic oath of each of our courteous staff.
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As your American Motors dealer, we've brought with us some plain old fashioned ideas about
.,'"J courtesy,sincerity,integrity and most of all,personal I service to our customers. Sincerely.
We are proud of the opportunity to sell all the exciting new American Motors products; the cute
a new Gremlin, America's Revolutionary'FUN' cars the all new Hornet Sportabout.1.the ladies car,
: : the sportYJavelin & AMXThe Matador ...The True Family Car, and the only luxury car with air
conditioning&automatic transmission as standard equipment,rightly called'the Ambassador.' ,

I \ Our philosophy always has been and always will be to refrain from the so-called 'fast buck' prac :; .
tices. Our interest is only in sincere, honest, lasting business tactics, together with quality products *

sold at honest competitive prices backed up by service performed by qualified technicians under our D. Homie Dossabhoy,,M.Se. f\
rigid training program.
We do pledge courtesy and consideration for all your needs and you can bet we'll keep our PresidentSouthside i
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING


Publisher :, Call: 388-27S5 : MOVIE SCHEDULE!_

JAX AIR I NEWS iii

NAS Jacksonville Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than _ _ _ _-
: Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. ---..!.!11m.. _u_____ _.... _.. _.. __,_--. -
Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be
LATWINGER published the following week unless the Thursday December 17 Loring. 'G' VG (99 mins.) ;
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or HOSPITAL : 'UN-
money order for the full cost of the ad must be NAS: 'PARENT TRAP' Color DERGROUND'
:
received WITH the copy for the ad.
comedy drama starring Hayley

4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 Mills, Brian Keith and Maureen Tuesday, December 22

Per additional line ((4 words per line) 50 O'Hara. 'G' E ((129 mins.)
Jacksonville Florida ,, cents HOSPITAL: 'HELLO DOLLY' NAS: 'PETER PAN' Color

Color musical starring Barbra animated cartoon. 'G' E ((76

Streisand and Walter Matthau. mins.)

'G' E ((148 mins.) HOSPITAL: 'JOURNEY TO
SMALLMINATURE POODLES ORANGE PARK THE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN'Wednesday ,
AKC Shots & wormed. Call 771- ,
EMPLOYMENT reg. By Owner. 3BR. 2B., Brick home.
7839. Cent. H&A., Corner lot, fenced back Friday, December 18
yed.,Assume percent FHA loan. 264- December 23

5296.
SERVICE WIVES MOBILE.HOMES': : OAK HILL PARK NAS: '2001: A SPACE NAS: 'TWO A PENNY' Color

Jobflnders CLERICAL, 1372 JOBS Cassat.OF ALL 387-5626 KINDS .. -.. ":..<",. ." 4BR., Split level, Cent Air, Fenced ODYSSEY' Color science fiction drama starring Cliff Richards.'G' .
or
1022 Park Street, 3547888. yd., Best location for schools, Cecil & starring Keir Duella and Gary E ((96 mins.HOSPITAL .)
MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea NAS. SV4 percent VA. 7714778. Lockwood. 'G' E ((150 mins.) : 'PETER PAN'

AIR POLLUTION: ( Mobile Home Park) V mile JIll
Do Something about It and add S150 to north of NAS, lots and rentals. Near HOSPITAL: 'PARENT TRAP' Thursday,December 24
your weekly Income. Hours 6.10 p.m. schools and shopping center. Clean, RENTALSORANGE ,),'.i ; J t.-.

Call 765.3756 or 3898086.MISCELLANEOUS. and reasonable rates, Manager on Saturday,December 19 NAS : 'THOROUGHLY
premises. Children and pets welcome.
MODERN MILLIE' Color
... .. ... .,., 6301 Roosevelt' 3846264. PARK
.
MMi: 4 MY f0MYIk'" MM "V '> :+ S z'BR., ,
Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dish NAS: 'DARLING LILI' Color comedy starring Julie Andrews,

JUSTISS TRAilER PARK Apts.washer, 771.1405, Drapes, 771.3355."iiiANSPORTAri Carpets., Elizabeth musical drama starring Julie Carol Channing and Mary Tyler
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern or Andrews and Rock Hudson. 'G' Moore. 'G' E (138 mins.)

trailer and Apts. 389-3007., VG (136 mlns.HOSPITAL .) HOSPITAL: 'TWO A PENNY'
BE A RADIO OR ;" : '2001: A SPACE
: l Friday, December 25
TV ANNOUNCER LARGE TRAILER LOTS :?:,. '<:., '.......,.:."'.',<"" ...., .. '>>>>io<.':"", ODYSSEY'
Recorded message by leading an. $20. month. 15 min from Cecil bet.
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. ween Baldwin & Maclenny. 2596681. NAS: 'FINIAN'S RAINBOW'
3552944. Sunday, December 20 Color musical starring Fred
AUTOMOBILE FURNISHEDEast
169MOBILE HOME Astaire and Petula Clark. 'G' E
and West Coast.3533691.
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS
Consoles some with AM-FAA, tape 24x52 ft. Large corner lot.122x134 ft. NAS: 'UNDERGROUND'Color ((145 mins.)
players. At dealers cost to liquidate Chain /link fenced. Equity paymentscan MOTOR CYCLE STORAGE war drama starring Robert HOSPITAL: 'THOROUGHLY
be assumed on both. 8415 CollinsRd. Inside, Clean 8. Dry. $5.00 Mo. Call
stock. Full warrantyl Phone 771-0409. Goulet and Daniele Gaubert.'GP' MODERN MILLIE'
.
(off Shindler) or Ph. 7711760. Mrs. Varnadoe 2461615.
G ((98 mins.HOSPITAL .)

WASHER AND DRYER ORANGE PARK 67 FORD CORTINA : 'DARLING LILI' Saturday,December 26
Fast repair and Installation. We 12 x 60, 2 BR., Furnished, Mobile With Lotus engine, Dual Overhead
specialize In home service. 781-2790 Home. Screened Patio, Vj acre lot. $80 Cams, Roll bar, Konl shocks, 3 sets of Monday,December 21 NAS: 'TOPAZ' Color Hitchcock
mo. 264-5505 or 264-6059. radial tires, Must sacrifice. $900. 387-
3225 after 6.. drama starring Frederick
WE BUY 4 SELL NAS: 'JOURNEY TO THE Stafford and Dany Robin. 'GP' E
Appliances & used furniture. Also ,.., '., ,. .,""'-""" '<*!: 1965 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE FAR SIDE OF THE SUN' Color ((125 mins.)
repair any make'of home appliances. : REAL ESTATE ., : 361 CU.In. V-8, AT, AC, PS, PB, R & H, science fiction starring
:; .J Roy HOSPITAL 'FIN
Brook's Furnitureand w v:}5N":*<.<. .;;;:.,<,:,,,:.:.;, Real clean. One owner. $800. 264-4480. : IAN'SRAINBOW'
Appliance Thinnes, Herbert Lom and Lynn

725-2441 10061 Atlantic Blvd.
68 BSA LIGHTNING
'HIDDEN WATERS' $600. 3233 Ernest St. Jax. ,
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH Black Creek, Canal or Lske lots WESTSIDEYOIKSWAGEN
Wllford's Fish Camp-264-9707. available. Excellent fishing, boating,
swimming. Mobile Home ara. Also INC.
permanent home area. High, wooded ,
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 7253992. SELLING US :CARS
Pick up & Delivery Available. /AJ .
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. I \.rf
Mastercharge & BankAmericard FOR SALE OR RENT 1
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your 100% GUARANTEE

Edgewood Crt. 3890064.. equity REPORTING or let IN.us Call rent or your drop by home.for DEER SPRINGS ESTATES .

map or sales and rental /list. Call
COIN-OP LAUNDRYDry Powell or. Mills, USN Ret. 264-2411. Keystone Height
cleaning & Alterations. 30 cents ORANGE PARK REALTY 68 Caprice 2195
wash 5 cents dry. '/. mile north NASIn MILITARY,FREE NOTARY By AppointmentClyde .
Yukon. Open 7 days a week. 4-Door Hardtop. One Owner, only 20,000 miles. Loaded I

OIL HEATERS CLEANEDAll BEING TRANSFERRED'We Simpson I Co. 67 Grand Prix 1695

types oil fired furnaces serviced & buy equities REALTOR 35&.6.49.
repaired. Tylers Heating & Air Louise T, Bailey Loaded I Gleaming Gold with white vinyl top.
Conditioning, 4711 Palmer (LakeShore 771-3605 Broker
) 3885161. 67 Pontiac 'Executive' $1095

Factory air, Auto. trans., Power steering, and brakes, R&H,
BEDROOM FURN. WWT.

with Mediterranean double mirrors style, ,triple chest,dresser night BRAKE LINING 66 Ford LTD 4-Door $995V8

table, & king size headboard. Like ,Auto. trans., Factory air, Power Steering and brakes, R&H.

new. 771-4778. e e ALL CARS Four-69 VW Sedans
$1895
Anton.AdjSlifMlyHifhtr. 99
RESERVE YOUR BABYSITTINGfor 13 Air Conditioned, R&H, choice of colors.

New Year's Eve fowl! All night G .ranl. dS
service Thursday 31st from 7 p.m. til 30,000 Mifttliftfimt 69 VW Sedan. $1695
Friday the 1st til 9 a.m. One child IS- Guaranteed Radio and Heater.. 'I .; : ,
Two children $7.50. Ortega Hills Day .
1497.Nursery,5029 Greenway Drive N. 384- SHOCKS BALL 68 VW Sedan 1495

23 Radio and Heater.

CHRISTMAS TREESCut JOINTS HLCMS $995
65 VW Sedan
or alive-S2 and (6 each. 10033 .
Kings Rd. 7655385.. I Includes 595 Inttudine P.rlt> t.b.f Radio and Heater.

installation i All SIZE >.000 Mil. Gv.r.nIe.TNStANT 4" ,1.. -795
Sedan .
FOR SALE 65 VW )J .
Basset hound pups'', AKC tricolor, sad FULL CAPS Radio and Heater, Special!
faced, long eared beauties. $100. and CREDIT
up.. Also stud service available to 88
WHITIWAUS 69 VW Station Wagon .$2595
'. 8
approved bitches. Call Green Cove NO DOWN PAYMENT ADD$1.00 Pht'
Springs, 2845306. LONG TERMS nr4MJ Sunroof, ,Air Conditioned, R&H.
i."u"'I(''4 Mobs Cite.a EXCH. *
69 VW Squareback $2295Auto.
FOR SALE
6 CYL 14.88
Double bed, new. Also portable stereo SPECIAL trans., Air conditioned, R&H.

record player. Call 2643139. TUNE-UP INCLUDES& LABOR PARTS 8 CYL 17.8fl 68 VW Squareback $1895


COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES Air Conditioned, Radio and Heater.


AKC FOR 396-4787.SALE BIG( CHIEF J : i i COMPANY TIRE


Ladles golf clubs, Mfg. power-bilt WESTS1DEINC.
prof set., 8 Irons & 3 Woods- new & in OPEN 8-6 MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
carton. .Ex. Christmas gift for her.
Tel. 2649642. 5444 NORMANDY BLVD. 786-0721 [T : .
IANNANERICatiRI 6015 BLANDING BLVD. 771-J442 fmasiei f
Phou 781-5511
1150 Lane Ave. So.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 2809 MAYPORT RD 246-4825 V ,
Guitars Drums Repairs. Discount Open Daily 8 to 8:30: Saturday 8 to 5.
Prices. Music Service. 233 6th Ave.
No. Jax Beach. Across from A&P.. Sunday 1 to 4PMDECEMBER

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I 'Adm. Zumwalt Meets the PressWASHINGTON ;; LL



At his first Adm. Zumwalt, with a wide to discover the depth of emotionof
full-scale Department of Defense grin, answered, 'Yes, many their feeling that there is
press conference held in the times.. especially when I was a significant discrimination.. So I
Pentagon recently Adm. Elmo young ensign...' a remark that discovered that I have got lots to
R. Zumwalt Jr., met the press.. drew laughter. learn, and so have all of my
and they were his. More seriously he added, 'I people, about how further to
From his opening remarks think the major problem.. is that improve the situation for
'Gentlemen I am here in- it's just very costly to set up the minority groups.'
terested in responding to facilities on board a ship so that The approximately 30-minute
questions on the subject of naval there can be adequate privacy for conference of the Chief of Naval
personnel. That completes my women ... We have ample opportunity Operations received wide play in
formal comments which drew to make increases in the news media on the TV i
laughter from the audience the number of women in those .networks and in the newspapers.It .
Adm. Zumwalt operated in an ratings which do not require sea landed on the front pages of the
atmosphere of comparative duty and those specialty skills in New York, Times and the
relaxation a situation not very the officer corps which do not Washington Post. .
common at Pentagon press require sea duty.'
conferences. The chief of Naval Operationsalso And what about the reaction of
The Chief of Naval Operations answered questions on: the sailor In the street to Adm.
ranged over a wide variety of Hard rock clubs 'We have Zumwalt's efforts to treat themas
subjects he's been dealing with in going on in about five places 'grown and mature individuals *
his Z-grams Including his Z-57 (rock clubs) oo. It's obviously ?' On ABC television,
that discusses as he put it, going to be successful and I am segments of CNO's remarks were
'Mickey Mouse or chicken: regs sure we are going to want to shown together with an interview -
the kind of things that in a enlarge itWearing.' of a young sailor at a
reasonable Navy we don't need to of uniform during naval station. The sailor said,
do.' seasonal changes 'For years It's really great because now MERITORIOUS MAST-Sgt. Gary C. Smith accepts a meritoriousmast
The Chief of Naval Operationsis we've had the tradition that the with the new Navy among us from MATSG XO, Mal.| John C. Weare for his achievements as
pushing for activities that senior officer... could specify the the younger guys, as they call us, temporary MATSG armorer.
permit'the younger generation to uniform (and) when the weatheris we are finally being noticed and

.. participate in those kind of ac- doubtful, he makes it optional.It things are changing so that the Smith Gets Honors
h tlvities that are attractive to does not seem to be appropriate Navy to us is brighter and it Sgt.
them..to make the Navy a placein then for one com works a lot better. Conditions are
which the activities of manding officer meaning each easier for us to work with.: For Armory Achievement
reasonable young men have sailor can choose the uniform
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fuller play.' which suits his degree of warm or Blue Angels

"I In response to a question about cold bloodedness ... so we have Jax-Sgt. Gary C. Smith, a mory, performed the duties
how much resistance he is running said optional means optional to Stamp Needs MATSG supply Admin, clerk, related to cleaning, issuing, In-
into Adm. Zumwalt replied, the individual.' received a Meritorious Mast Dec. ventory, preparation for controlof
'There are something on the Racial problems...Last weekwe 10 from Maj. John C. Weare, Rifle Team Equipment Special
order of maybe 10 percent of the had in a group of black of- More InterestJax MATSG XO, temprorary MATSG Services weapons in addition to
commanding officers and unit ficers and their wives, and will In Armorer. ammunition inventory and
commanders who find real the future have a group of black -Give thanks to the Navy's Sgt. Smith was cited for the control.'

problems with this sort of enlisted and their wives. Had I Flight Demonstration Team period from Sept. 25 to Nov. 20, 'You have the willingness and
change. The overwhelming spoken to this group (press (Blue Angels) by supporting the 1970, during which time he was 'can do' attitude to get the job
majority.. are aggressively conference) two weeks ago, I printing of a 25th Anniversary assigned as the MATSG Ar- done and your attention to duty
.. the and in would have told that had
pursuing programs, you we Commemorative Stamp. morer. and knowledge of your work wasa
many many cases are well out relatively no problems In the The citation read '...although contributing factor in the'outstanding'
ahead of us here in Washington. Navy. After listening to (them) I The Blue Angels is the oldest your military occupational
marks and com-
One newsman asked 'I believe have to-in candor- say that we team and some believe the best in specialty is Supply Ad- command
ments given this
t the Russian Navy has women do.; existence. According to the Chiefof ministration, you were assigned concerning security and
aboard ship usually in medical 'I think our problems are less Naval Air Training, Pen- duties as the MATSG Armorerdue
of the the
by
operations
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I [ NATTC In The 1 I
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By Stella ? .
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Military Wife CandidateJax squadron, and waked with FD-1 ;u+ hiH -H r k (,+,
and FH-1 Phantoms. He was !jil
Mrs. Emma Sue Clark stationed at NATTC in 1942 for
was selected by a board of Aviation Ordnanceman 1P
NATTC officers and chief petty Management School and Aviation
officers to represent NATTC Ordnanceman Management
Jacksonville in the Military Wifeof Bombsight School. In 1951 he r
the Year contest. returned to NATTC for instructor
Mrs. Cark is the wife of AOC duty at the AO 'A' School and
Edward D. Clark, an instructor again in 1957 for AO 'B' School.
supervisor at the AO 'A' School. He was stationed aboard the
She resides in Orange Park and is USS Hornet (CVS-12)) when it
the mother of three children.In recovered Apollo 11 with the first
1967, Mrs. Clark was the two men to ever set foot on the E
recipient of the 'Hats Off Award moon and Apollo 12. Shortly
which was presented tp her by the afterwards, the Hornet was : :
local DeMolay Club and in 1956 decommissioned and Chief -
she was the runner up for the 6th Woods reported to NATTC in
Naval District 'Navy Wife of the April 1970 for his twilight cruiseas is
Year' competition., She has the leading chief of the
spoken before the Order of the Aviation Ordnanceman Schools.He iPI
Eastern Star and was active in -,will be advanced to master ,
Special Services at Moody Air chief on February 1, 1971. (
Force Base where she sang and During his Naval career, AOCS
performed in skits. She has appeared Woods claims his biggest thrill
and spoken on radio and was when his son, Sgt. Paul E.
television and entertained Rollins, Jr. was flown from Tan
hospital patients. San Knut Air Force Base in
Mrs. Clark has been very active Vietnam to his ship in the
in the civilian and base Tonkin' Gulf to watch his last
community. She was past reenlistment ceremony. %,_
matron on the Order of the Senior Chief'Woods is marriedto
Eastern Star and still remains the former Blanche Jane Petit t R fS
active in the Order of the Eastern and they have two sonsPaul E.
Star Chapter Organist, the Rollins Jr.and Norman Alan. He
Chaplain of District Past retires from the Navy on
Matrons and Past Matrons November 1, 1972 and plans to S
Association, and is a member of continue residing on the south
the Black Pond Baptist Church in side of Jacksonville. -
Jacksonville, She is also
Secretary for the Kent Girls Coworkers I REENLISTS FOR THIRD TIME
Club and the Secretaryof
the G. 0. Club. Her base activities AE1 Marshall W. Lanham
consisted of President of raised his right hand and took the
the Little Theater Group, the reenlistment oath for a third time
Women's Bowling League Singer for three years on Dec. 4.
with Marine Combo at the Petty Officer Lanham has beenin
Charity Telethon (March of, the Navy for 14 years and 8 SANT 'S FAYOR TE-No problem deciding which 'package to open first under this. ...... This
Dimes), the Woman's Judo Instructor months. He entered the Havy present the-beautiful l Jan Rossini, who plays tavern wench in American. International Pictures"
at'. the NAS Judo Club. on April 2, 1956, and was spine-chillinq color thriller, 'Cry of the Banshee.'
Chief and Mrs. Clark have stationed here for the first time in
started a holiday tradition by 1957 when he attended the AE 'A'
inviting some of the young men at School.. He was stationed with Opinions Sought About Navy Uniform ,
the base to their home on VA-155 aboard.the USS Oriskany -
Thanksgiving and Christmas.This prior to returning to NATTC on

is done on a very informal Nov. 20,1970, for his present dutyas Jax Someday J there may be concept for all Navymen using uniform concpt for all enlisted
basis by stopping by the barracksand a student at the AE (Advanced major changes in Navy uniformsas basic uniform patterned closerto personnel (E -1 through E 9))
inviting anyone who would ) 'B' School. a result of a survey which present day business suit.C. with a new' distinctive uniform.E. .
like to have dinner and spend the AE1 Lanham, a native of started Monday at Pensacola,
rest of the evening with them,Chief Evansville, Ind., is married to San Diego,Norfolk,and Newport, Desire to institute single Desire to maintain present
Clark remembers what it was the former Miss Edith Renner R. I. uniform concept for all Navymen uniform system.
like when he was a young serviceman and they have four children. The Approximately 3,500 Navymenof using basic uniform patterned
away from home duringthe Lanhams are presently residingin all ranks and rates will be closer to present day business The research teams from the
holidays. Invitations like this Green Cove Springs. asked to comment on the four stations conducting the
made him feel good and helpedthe following proposals: suit.D. survey plan to have the results by
loneliness disappear. A. Desire to keep present Desire to institutea single early next month.
CLASS 114 DOES IT AGAIN
uniforms for officers, chief petty
SEAMAN TO AO officers,and E1 to E .3 enlistedmen
to Class 114
LEADING CHIEF Congratulations go but provide new distinctive
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uniform for E 4 to E 5 petty ELIMINATEEXCESSIVE
AOCS Norman C. Woods Honor Class competition for officers.B. -
enlisted in the Navy on October the week Dec. 14 through Dec. 21 .,
from with a total of 470 points. This is Desire to institute single r
30, 1942. He graduated
Aviation Ordnanceman the third consecutive time this uniform concept for all Navymen I
Management School in class has been Honor Class. using present officer uniform TIRE

December, Seaman 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 week-day meals as follows:
breakfast i a.m. to 7:30: a.m.; dinner 11 a.m. to I p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to
l 5:30 p.m. Dining hall No.3, Bldg.551, serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 a.m. dinner
.na.m.to 12:30: a.m.; upper.5:00p.m.to:15.: Galley 3 also serves a sandwichline
;, In wings 5 and t at dinner only. Both dining halls serve the same hours on
weekends and holidays: early breakfast 4:30: a.m. to ':30 a.m.; brunch 9:30:
a.m.to 12:30: p.m.,and supper .4 p.m.to 5:30: p.m. N
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast for 25
cents, dinner and brunch for 45 cents and supper for 50 cents.

Friday, December 11

BREAKFAST- Buttered Grits, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order,
; iFt Griddle Cakes, Choice of Grilled Bologna, Fish Fillets, Eggs Au Gratin, Hash
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i?: j Brown Potatoes, Maple Bars.
-V DINNER Oyster Stew, Shrimp Curry, Curry Condiments, Roast Pork,
Brown Pork Gravy, Tossed Green Rice, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Buttered
Y Broccoli Spears, Pineapple Pie.
< N ;v K P SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburger
1 $ SUPPER Shrimp GUMBO, Pot Roast of Beef, Vegetable Gravy, Mashed
;; Potatoes, Lyonnaise Wax Beans, Club Spinach, Jello Roll.

4 Saturday, December 19

BREAKFAST Hoat Oatmeal, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order,
.I French Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choice of Grilled Bacon, Ham or Minute Steaks,
: Hash Brown Potatoes Assorted Cake Doughnuts.
BRUNCH Fried Eggs to Order, Breakfast Grilled Hamburgers or
Cheeseburgers, French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Bear1. Blueberry
a' 1, Muffins, Dutch Apple Pie. steamed Rice,
CHRISTMAS CANTATA The All Saints' Chapel Choir presented a special cantata at the 10 a.m. SUPPER Braised Pork ChopsBrownGravySteamed Rice, Savory Bread ,.,
) Dressing, Boiled Navy Beans, Baked Corn& Tomatoes, Ice Fruit Bars. .' .
protestant service Sunday for the benefit and enjoyment of all who attended. ?

I Sunday, December 20 ..

!; SecNav Requests Discrimination Halt BREAKFAST Hot Farina, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried! Eggs to Order, French 1'l", '.'!A...-/,:<
Toast,Griddle Cakes, Choice of Grilled Bacon, Ham or Minute Pork Chops, Hash *
Brown Potatoes Iced Double Snails.
.t BRUNCH Fried Eggs to Order, Breakfast Meat, Grilled Cheese Sandwiches,
Jax Laws can state that this some progress in recent years According to the Secretary of Submarine Sandwich, French Filed Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Iced
must or should be done but the but the Secretary of the Navy, the Navy, lip service can no Horse Shoe Rolls, Blackberry Pie.Monday.
spirit of the people is what makes John H. Chafee, claims much longer be tolerated and equal
the law work. This applies to more needs to be done. Only little opportunity must become December 21

many rules and regulations but it more than one half of one percentof equality in fact so that equal BREAKFAST Hot Hominy Grits, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order,
I especially applies to those concerned the Navy's officers are black results and true equal treatment Griddle Cakes, Grilled Bacon Slices,Minced Beef, Hash Brown Potatoes, Glazed
I with prejudices. and only one percent of the become an unexceptional part of Crullers.
DINNER. Chicken Rice Soup, Oven Fried Chicken, Cream Chicken Gravy,
j The Navy has accomplished Marine Corps' are black. our everyday lives.
Mashed Potatoes, Cornbread Dressing, Buttered Green Peas, Polonaise
'Although minorities make up 18 The small tensions and the out Cauliflower, Yellow Pound Cake.
percent of the total,' said the and out fights are both situationsthat SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers.
Take Yof Baby secretary, 'they represent less must be overcome. 'Violence SUPPER Pea Soup, Beef Pot Pie, Boiled Franks, French Fried Potatoes,
Steamed Sauerkraut, ,
Buttered Broccoli Cookies.
than 3tt percent of the GS 12's simply adds fuel to the fires of Spears Sugar \Itjr":

and above.' racial tensions and misun Tuesday, December 22 ,
.. The Navy has sent out race derstandings' 'explained the .
relation teams and has appointedfor secretary 'All of us in the Navy BREAKFAST Hot OatmealHard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, French
Toast, Baked Sausage Patties Eggs AuGratin, Hash Brown Potatoes, Glazed
to a Specialist the first time a special family must work together Penh Ins.

assistant for equal opportunity to constructively and openly to DINNEROnion Soup, Pan Roast of Beef, Brown Beef Gravy, Steamed Rice,
WE MAINTAIN IT see that the rules are kept and to solve' our racial problems in a Mashed Potatoes, Seasoned Green Beans Tomatoes & Okra, Strawberry'i i
WITH LOVING CARE provide advice. Plans for more rational manner.' Shortcake with Whipped Topping.
.\ SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers .
TOM.USH'"b. NROTC units at black collegesare SUPPER Vegetable Soup, Barbecued Corn Beef, Lyonnaise Potatoes, .
,," also being considered. If you invest in Series H Buttered Carrots, Fried Cabbage, Peach Shortcake with Whipped Topping. ."

:.) RetjeIUII g However, all this is nothing if the current income Savings
q people don't work at having the Bonds, yonll receive semi-an- Wednesday, December 23
',' 9850 Atlantic Blvd. right spirit or frame of mind. nal teed interest cheeks., in guaran ,
amounts.
< BREAKFAST Cornmeal Mush, Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order,
Griddle Cakes, Grilled Ham Slices, Minced Beef, Hash Brown Potatoes, Iced
...fi Bear Claws.
DINNER. Tomato Rice Soup, Steak Encasserole, Brown Pan Gravy, Rissole
H Potatoes, Fried Rice, Buttered Lima Beans, Steamed Spinach, Butterscotch
} Pudding.
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.1,: SANDWICH LINE.. Grilled Hamburgers.
rq, .'"<,, SUPPER Potato Soup, Grilled Salmon Patties, Baked Veal & Pork Loaf,
4 Tomato Gravy, Home Fried Potatoes, Baked Macaroni & Cheese, Buttered
Brussel Sprouts, Banana Cake with Fluffy Icing.
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A BREAKFAST Hot Wheat Cereal, Hard Boiled Eggs Fried Eggs to Order,
f 1 .., French Toast, Grilled Luncheon Meat Creamed Chipped Beef, Hash Brown
; ;, Potatoes, Swedish Tea Rings
,';\.". I; DINNER Cream of Turkey Soup, Roast Turkey LogTurkey Gravy, Southern
." e' Sweet Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes, Creole Hominy, Buttered Peas & Celery,
r ) Chocolate Cream Pie.
'. SANDWICH LINE Grilled Hamburgers.
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ek r 0. 1s Phil Cay will be appearing at the Pirates Cove tonight, and the Dark ,
R Entry will be there tomorrow. On Saturday there will be music by
Standard Production,while the Phases of Fiction return Sunday. The
Rare Mandarin will provide the music on Monday,and the Dark Entry
: take the stage Tuesday night.Next Wednesday and Thursday hear the '
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sounds of Metusa.
e y'y'd I !E Enjoy a merry Christmas with music by Phil Cay and the Chantels.
The Chantels will be back on the 26th, and on the 27th entertainmentwill
3 be provided by the Phases of Fiction. Monday, Dec. 28, it's
Lorenzo and his Soul Treatment. The Camelots take the stage on the
27th.
Be on hand Dec. 30 for an evening of top-flight entertainment
presented by the Four of Clubs. New Year's EveandNew Year's Day
it's the Dark Entry.January 2 it's Phil Cay and the Chantels; Monday,
January 4, the Camelots. Kronic Blues will be appearing on the fifth
and the Dark Entry will be at the club Wednesday,January 6.
ACEY DUCEY CLUB
Evelyn Mee and the Three Sounds will be appearing at the club 1
_y Friday evening and Jim Mann and his Goodtimers will be highlighting
Saturday night. Sunday evening's entertainment will be provided by 1
: Mel Gaden and his Lazy Rythmn Girls. Christmas music will be ..Jj;'" 1
provided by a surprise band. Appearing Sunday the 27th will be 1
Tommy 'C' and his Seminoles.
NATIVITY PAGEANT Members of the Protestant Youth Group recalled the |oys.of the Christ Make your reservations now for the New Year's Eve Party. Tickets '
mas Sunday evening In a play conducted at the All Saint's Chapel. are on sale at $15 per couple. January 2 it's Mel Gaden and his Lazy .

Rythmn Girls; Sunday, January 3, a surprise band. There will be a :
Happy Hour from 4:30: to 6 p.m.Wednesday,January 6,
Jax SAR Crew Aids FishermanJaxA CPO
Today's special is 20 cents off on all pizza. Tomorrow features a 4
Seafood Platter special and for evening entertainment, Tommy 'C'
and the Seminoles will be on hand. Saturday Tommy 'C' and the
commercial fisherman later,the boat's engine failed and Lt. (j.g.) Randy Abshier of Seminoles return and Sunday there will be dancing to Mark Castle A
from Palatka was reported in Hall swam ashore where hesought Jacksonville. Crewman for the chicken dinner special for $1.45 will be served Tuesday and Wednesday
good condition Tuesday after help from the Orange rescue flight was Petty Officer it's Rib Eye Steak at$1.95.Thursday enjoy all pizza at 20 cents
being pulled from the St. Johns Park police. First James Vernitti.
River off Orange Park Monday The police notified the NAS Cothron could not swim and off.Christmas day we're closed. On the 26th and 27th music will be
night following a boating mishap. Jacksonville Search and Rescue stayed afloat by clinging to a boat provided by the Four of Clubs. New Year's Eve the Four of Clubs will
Gilbert Cothron, 42, was Unit of the mishap. The copilot of cushion, according to details be back, Whatever's Fair will be appearing January 2.
spotted by a Navy helicoptercrew the crew, Lt (j j.g.) Tom Imphong supplied by Orange Park Police OFFICERS CLUB
from NAS Jacksonville at spotted Cothron in the water and Chief J. C. Joines, and Clay Steak night will be featured in the dining room this evening, and
9:20: p.m. after his fishing the helicopter hovered above him County Deptuy Hal Blalock. there will be a happy hour tomorrow from 4:30: to 6:30: p.m. in the Main
companion swam ashore to until he was pulled from the Brace. Make your reservations now for a champagne and candlelight
summon help after their boat water by a rescue team. dinner Saturday.On Sunday the Family Buffet will be served from 5 to
capsized in rough water. The pair was taken to a doc- College CoursesPreregistratiqiu 9 p.m. and evening entertainment will be provided by the Clubsmen.
Cothron and James II. Hall of tor's office in Orange Park before There will be an Italian Buffet Wednesday and a hardrock band
Route 2,Palatka, were fishing off being transferred to Clay County from 8 p.m.to midnight.New Year's Eve party tickets are on sale now 1
East Holly Point In Orange Park Memorial Hospital for obser- for $7.50 a person. Reservations are required.
about sunset when water vation. j
swamped their boat. Moments The pilot of the helicopter was
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&illJlY@, Paper EditionIs ference auditorium tonight in Hangar at 7 1000.at the ItlMTADOGAPARTMENTS!

NAS Jax and the Florida Junior
January 7 College are offering high school
INSURANCE and college courses aboard the
Jax-The Jax Air station.A $;' : X'MONTH::** :: :: :::!::::::::::::::::':::::::':
News-Latwinger will sampling of interest will be
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publication for
cease courses to be offered. Don't be FREE
two weeks so that afraid to speak up and bring a j
staff members may friend because a minimum to MILITARY
take leave for the number is needed for each class.
/ holidays. The papers' Wives and dependents may attend with 12 month Lease I !
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edition will
next The classes are scheduled to 1, 2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments
appear January 7. start January 8, 1971. Any
Until then, the staff questions will be answered at the FURNISHED or UNFURNISHEDAN

$16 wishes everyone a conference tonight. Hurry and APARTMENT COMMUNITY WITH, SEPARATE
happy holiday'season get with the program. COMPLEXES FOR SINGLES., FAMILIES, ADULTS

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It Drugs : A Soldier's Gut Tearing Experience '



(Reprinted from the dope people. And they ain't any come down off speed or be so
better off than you, and they all messed up on opium that I
U.S. Army Command I have some sort of hangup, like couldn't go anywhere couldn'teven
Information Fact Sheet, bein' a speed freak (habitual think straight-I'd just sit

Aug. 21, 1970.) speed user) or smack catch there. And that's bad becauseover
I (hung up on heroin). The cats they you jus' gotta be
The story you are about to read blowing a lot of dope after awhile straight. 'Cause the man with the
h' i, is true. The identity of the 20- get depressed from it. You really ,bars needs you.
* i,' year-old soldier who describes want to break away from it. All 'Like sometime you're out on
J' i his nine year membership in the you're worried about Is keeping bunker guard and you don't even
drug club is, for obvious reasons, high. You don't worry about know what's happening. I used to
i; omitted. His story is a tragedy. It nothin' else. do a lot of speed 'cause it would
has no happy ,ending unless 'It's almost like a-you know-. keep me awake-but then on
telling it deters others from you feel-you knowWOWit'shard speed, man, you get paranoia.
getting strung out on drugs. 0 to explain but it goes in-you You're out there and there aren't
Today, hopefully, is the shoot it in-lit goes inyou shoot it any lights and you start
beginning of the end of this up-and if it's good skag you start imagining things. You're just
Vietnam veteran's nine year nodding right away-and then you sitting there-you start seeing
I nightmare. An admitted of pills. When I was 12, that's to the States I started hooking up like, dream.,man. I like to listento things. You say, 'Wow, what was
r! ; : 'hophead,' he is now receiving about.the time I started smoking with skags (heroin), and I startedgetting some jazz-some jazz-and jazz'dbe that? And you swear to God you
l' treatment to overcome his heroin grass. And I've been on drugs pretty ,well hooked. playing-and I'd just nod-it's saw something, but there was
!;.i: addiction: since then. 'My eyes were real dilated. I hard to describe-but, you know really nothing there.
{"" 'Let's see, the first time I was just looked terrible, you know. it's easy to do wrong, but hard to
'. about 11, and I took some of my Cool for Awhile'I From doing all that speed in Nam do right. Physical SIdeffects'In
'\ j r father's pills. He had different I'd lost a lot of weight and I was I
f 'Doing all this wrong for so long
A ,'t kinds of pills, tranquilizers and used to smoke cocaine in the looking really terrible Then I got it's pretty cool to be right for a Nam, you're tired a lot, and .,
stuff. He had some darvons.(pain States, and it was pretty cool fora orders to Fort.... The first t change. Not worrying about when you come down off speedyou're.
i I relievers). I got off, and it was while. In Germany, that's chance when I got there I got t gettln' busted and not worrying tired and you just don't, ,
t, nice. And then I started ex. where I got ahold of some hash some speed, and then I shot up I about, if I'm going to get high have any will power. Sometimesyou I
perimenting with different kindsORANGES (hashish), and I stayed high on some more. today.It's pretty nice-I like what get pretty edgy, and you :
hash all the time I was there. 'But about this time I started I'm doing'now don't give a damn about '
I Then I came down on a levy for thinking about it. You know, you 'Over in Nam I got six Article
": Vietnam, and I went to Nam, and hear guys say it's cool to get high, 15's'cause I couldn't make it. I'd (Continued on next page)
1 TKtCltlKNCD that's when I really started but there's a lot of things you
I rhon.268.966' getting hooked on drugs. I shot start to neglect in your life. You
Viiil our riverfront gi. bring your camtra'' twice because I was scared of you feel the need for something.
WELP GROVES getting hepatitis. You know, it might just be some
'j : Fncjf Gift t Baskets Shipped I smoked a lot of opium and love or some friends or
) DlrKtwnti! Wtlp! Grove I It locatrf took a lot of speed (methedrene, something like that,but when you
S four milts south of Julmgton crook and amphetamine). This con get strung out on dope, that's all
I \ .n Stet Read '13 at Switzerland. stant would worried
high keep me going you're about-dope.
Turn right at Hartlty'i itort. KEEP
RIGHT to sod .t( lon, thin turn and keep me happy, and I didn't 'Gotta have that dopegottastay
RIGHT into,rov.. want to get depressed.I stayed on high on it. You sorta lose
.' I speed and opium for almost a contact with real people.The only
year. But then when I came back people you really know is the

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(Drug's Continued) Air Station Schedule
Holiday

anything. One time we had a l%
rocket attack at base camp, and W1STM4I
I'd come off speed about an hour Jax-The following Christmas and New Year's holiday
before-and I didn't even get off schedules will be observed by the Navy Exchanges,
the bed to go to the bunker. NAS, NATTC and Naval Hospital activities. ) :' I

'I just laid there. That's how M.T

messed up I was-and I was lucky Thursday, Dec. 24 \
that time.It just wasn't in me to \I
off the bed. I
get just wasn'tmoving
All hours the
for anything. activities will be open regular except
following:
'When I first went to Nam I
used to write home three times a Pirates Cove, Bldg. 46 Open 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. BREAKFAST'Hot
Snack Bars and Barber Shop Hang. 1000 and Bldg.
week.I didn't want to ,
my parents
,
Wheat Cereal Fried Eggs to Order French Toast Griddle Cakes Choiceof
worry about me. And then I 200 Closed Grilled Bacon, Ham or Pork Sausage, Hash Brown Potatoes, Assorted Cake
started slacking off. Then maybeone Commissary Store No. 1 Open until 2 p.m. Doughnuts and Blueberry Muffins.
letter a week and then one
letter a month. BRUNCHFried

'In Nam I used to do so much Friday, Dec. 25
,
Grilled
Eggs to Order.CholceofGrllled Bacon Ham or Pork Sausage
speed I could take my fingernailand Cheese Sandwich or Grilled Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips,
squish it in and it would leavean All activities will be closed except the Pirates Cove Baked Beans, I Iced Cinnamon,Twists.

indentation. It just ruins your enlisted men's club, Bldg. 46, which will be open from 9a.m.
whole body. to 1 a.m. SUPPER
'Like when you're on speed

your pupils get big, like eight Cream of Tomato Soup, Roast Long Island Duck, Steamship Round of Beef,
balls.And when you come down it Saturday, Dec. 26 Brown Beef Gravy, Mashed Potatoes & Apples, Scalloped Sweet Potatoes and ...'.
changes your skin.And your hair Apples, Buttered Asparagus Tips,Au Gratin Cauliflower,Chef's Salad,Mexican

and scalp get all slicked down. All activities will be open regular Saturday hours, Cole Dressing Slaw, ,Fruit Lettuce, Apple Wedges Pie,, Quartered Mincemeat. -. Tomatoes Pie, Ice,Cream French, Hot Dressing Dinner, Piquant Rolls,

When look terrible.you come And down after you awhile really except the Laundry and Dry Cleaning Pick-Up Stationsat Assorted Beverages. .
don't know how to describe Bldg. 106 and554which will be closed. Breakfast and brunch will be served from 7 to 10 a.m. Christmas
you-I Day.Supper will be from I to 5 p.m.,and enlisted personnel are invitedto
it-your body just gets white. You bring their dependents to the meal. Prices for the afternoon meali
look terrible. You lose Dec. 31 '
just an Thursday,
are $1 for personnel drawing commuted ration: 75 cents for depen-
awful lot of Your heart-
weight. dent children under 12; and$J.50 for other dependent guests.
da-da-da-da. That's just bad for All activities will be open regular hours except the '
you. Guys just don't realize it. I
used to be able to run pretty well, following: Want Ads Pay
but now I'd be scared to run a Candlelight Restaurant, Bldg. 808 Open 11 a.m. to 2 pm.
mile-I'd fall out and die. and 7 p.m. to 2 a.m.

Pirates Cove, Bldg. 46 Open 9 a.m. to 3 a.m.
Everything Ruined Snack Bars and Barber Shop,Hang.1000 and Bldg. I HOLIDAY SPECIAL I I

'Drugs ruin a person's whole 200 Closed BAKED ENAMEL PAINT\ JOB
life. It gets so he's worth nothin'.
I won't trust any guy who's a Friday,January 1
junkie because he'll steal if he $::9 5 Now.$3995Oller
needs bad and will be closed the
something enough, All activities except following:
he'll always be trying to con you. Air Terminal Cafeteria, Bldg. 118 Open continuously ( expires Jan. 9th)

That on dope cat, that's you don't really know strung what out Pirates Cove, Bldg. 46 Open 9 a.m. to 1 a.m. [ALL AUTO REPAIRS OVER '50

he'll try to do. A junkie will do 19th Hole Lounge,Bldg.808 Open 9 a.m. to sundownPro
anything. Shop, Bldg. 1877 Open 8 a|m. to 6 p.m.. $1 0 off

'Just before I started treatmentI
was shooting a bag of skag a Saturday, January 2 t
day.I was never really strung out SERRANO !
on skag, but I used to do a lot of All activities will be open regular Saturday hours, ;

speed(marijuana and )smoke. a lot of hay except the Laundry and Dry Cleaning Pick-Up Stationsat PAINT I BODY SHOP CO., INC. '-

Bldg. 106 and554which will be closed.
'I tried to stay away from skagas
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too many of my friends get 'POM SfICION,

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week I'd hit up.I always tried to : IBSBEjjnJACKSONVILLE'S
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dudes get messed up on skag. ,- "" : 11"MOTORS& CYCLES
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for possession and I ain't goingto SALES D SERVICE
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make about $230 a month.
Now and again I'd lend my dust Corolla -
out and get a little income comingin.
And I used to go down by the
bus stop on post and pick up guys Sedan V
and drive them into town to make
money. Some cats, though, get
carried away and blow their at Sheratonon

whole paycheck on drugs. '1884 PER DC TO GALLON 31 Ml

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weekends. StandardEquipment
'Withdrawing is somethingelse.
includes : Reclining Bucket Seats
It's hard to explainyourwhole
body just goes through a White wall tires Wheekovers Nylon carpets
complete change. Your whole Front disc brakes .Tinted glass
body hurts, mostly you have Stay at the Sheraton-Jacksonville

problems with your back. Hotel*at /z the regular rate on Friday, JACK BUSH

'You get cramps in your Saturday and Sunday nights. CentralMgr.uys-
stomach, break out in cold SEASONS
sweats, you get chills and you You don't have to be In uniform. All GREETINGS
can't sleep at night. When I came you need is your ID.
down it felt like somethln' was in ..TO ALL .
my stomach trying to claw its Next time you get a weekend pass,
way out, just trying to get out. unwind in style at the Sheraton- Fresh Shipment

It lasts about three or four Jacksonville.
days. Myself, I went crazy. With- TOYOTA'SJust
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Ndrtu Receives Iron man 'I




To Top Sports ActivityJax

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The Naval Air Reserve Training Unit here was crowned king of the fall

f4I intramural sports program aboard station last week when the unit received the

Ironman Trophy symbol of sports excellence.
t !
(,,tot}, NARTU earned the trophy by
.
.: .t.J scoring 2,175 point The unit Top teams and the sport included VP-5 took the intramural title
received 300 points for taking the : trophy for the Mad Fox squad.
National League intramural title, HANDBALL Dr. Martin Other golf awards and team
'.. and another 1,000 points for McRoberts accepted the trophyon captains included: Scratch
<
(, winning the overall intramural behalf of the champion runner up, FICEUR, PT1 Chuck
football crown after knocking off Medical Department squad. Gillam; Scratch champion,
ComFair, the American League PING PONG- SSgt. Bob Wells NATTC, Lt. Chuck Simmons;
title holder. and Cdr. Roy L. Paxson took the American League title, NARF,
Fleet Air Wing 11 ended a five trophy back to NATTC The CPO Lonzy Mims, and National
: T year drought in station sports training command's Zeners took League, FICEUR, Gillam.
competition by finishing secondin ping pong honors.BOWLING FOOTBALL Tom Bowie
Ironman standings by virtue of PN1 Rose received the American League
fT-: 1,000 points for the intramural Wheeler accepted the American trophy on behalf of his ComFair
t I s bowling title. The awards League trophy for her Raiders. squad, while Lt. (fjgl) Bob
program also saw Capt. J. R. The Atlantic League trophy was Williams accepted the National
3 fk &. Kincaid, station commandingofficer accepted by SSgt. Bob Blunt for League and Intramural Cham-
\ present awards to league MATSG's Good &: Bad; and the pionship trophies for NARTU.
.: 6 winners in other sports played National League championshipwent Individual football awards
,, '1 since July. Individuals were also to CWO George Welch, went to SSgt. Tony Boyer,
I GAME BALL-Dr.A. D. Draper,president of tile Navy-Orttga Uttto
recognized. MARTD MVP and Sgt. Tom
,
VW 4's Blue
and CS2 Howard, ball to J. R. representing squad.
League Stanley present a game Capt.
Commanding officers from Edwards, MATSG, high scorer
AD2 Al Godinez the
accepted
:1:. Kincaid, as well as the league's appreciation for the use of the air
various tenant commands or their Continental trophy as well as the' with 66 points.Basketball .
: station's Mason Field for Senior League competition.Mason Field was
representatives were on hand begins a new cycleof
intramural award
: championship
utilized in addition to Blue Angel Field for Little League play this
and fall.TallahasseeNot. along with team -captains to for FAW-ll's Chokers. Ironman sports competition,
summer receive trophies. GOLF ATI Doug Passen of with the next winner in July 71.

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State Game Predict
H: Officials

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j r Record Season for Deer Huntersthe



.. every Florida hunter will bag his total deer populations. ,

t",.: \,' buck this year, however, there will be more deer harvested Frye pointed out that the credit s-Y
for the increase in
deer
mmust be
this season than during any previous year.
directed to sportsmen who have
According to the Game and exceed that of last season by supported wildlife managementand
Fresh Water Fish Commission, approximately one to three conservation programs over
.'', there are more white-tailed deer thousand deer. the years. While a deer hunter
/ in Florida today than ever before, Frye said, 'The total may even may purchase a license to hunt
and experienced hunters realize exceed the estimated number, as deer, this license provides con frd
;- how broad and impressive the this is the first time deer hun- servation funds that benefit all
white-tail's comeback has been. ters have had the opportunity to wildlife. Without the sportsmanand
1 Twenty years ago, Florida hunt under season regulations as his license dollar much of
/' hunters harvested about 6,000 applied by biological zones. The Florida's wildlife would not be as M
7 -* deer; 15 years ago they took ant seasons established according to healthy as it is today. "tIRONMAN
) estimated 8,000 animals, and five the biological dictates of the deer
/( years ago deer hunters bagged will make more legal bucks Lifesaving Class
y,; approximately 18,000 white-tails. available to the hunter and -Capt. Hugh Tate (r), accepts Ironman Trophy from
) At the close of the season last should increase the hunter op Set for station Commanding Officer Capt. J. R. Kincaid.
January
t year, Florida hunters accountedfor portunity.'
< a tabulated estimate of 41,900i According to Frye, ap
Beavers
deer. proximately twenty percent of Jax-NAS Jacksonville Gnaw Up
According to Dr. O.E. Frye, the state's deer herd consists of Special Services is offering
director of the Game and Fresh bucks with antlers five Inches or Red Cross Senior
a
Water Fish Commission, the 1970- longer. Hunters will harvest Course Jax Fliers 12266Jax
71 season looks good and the about one-half of this percentageor Lifesaving ,
hunter's take is expected to approximately ten percent of Tuesday, Wednesday, and
Thursday evenings in The station's varsity basketball squad fell to a 2

January to all military 6' season mark after being bombed by Beaver Enterprises

DAILY personnel and their of the Jacksonville City League, 122-66, Friday

>r> '/ 1 dependents 15 years of age night.The .

>* .' DISCOUNT and over. For information, Beaver squad brought only effort with 25, points, while
contact Mrs. DeWolfe, six men to take on the Fliers, but Tommy Bowie added 21. Restor
; 3112. four of them wound up in double Bryan,who started the season as
figures as they had little trouble the Flier coach, suited up and
: Iii i i"i PRICES GRlEIETIINGS against their hosts. added 12 markers in the Flier
i1; Randy James lead the Flier loss.The
station squad will be out of
action until Jan. 8 and has put outa
""i, ETCH-A-SKETCH BY r call to prospective ball playersto
try out for the team.
tY 'wf ?;R OHIO Any military man from the air
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t station or tenant commands
r ART
interested in trying out for the
r
Fliers is asked to contact the
v station athletic Director, Frank
)l xe 97 i McCaffrey, at Ext. 3239.
1 yAr
; The Fliers will continue to
1 practice until they reopen their
Ii'\\ y of schedule in January, according
.,," y. to McCaffrey.
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QUINIEIASTONIGHTS WINNING 'cs%: ; Slip by FliersJax
"Christmas Gift Center"WHATEVER
Florida Junior College
lllhli 12th
: RACESGRANGE ;; eased by NAS Jacksonville, 114* '
I: YOU WANT.. 912, in a dual golf match at the air
station Dec. 10.

4( l/j : PIC N' SAVE HAS IT..... PARKWINNING medalist Harry with Nesbitt a 72 for was the college low

AND HAS IT FOR LESS. squad,while teammate and Navy
) begins TONIGHT ot 8-Saturday 1:30: & 8
dependent Scott Mills, shot a 75 to
L S aid the win.

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I Patrolmen Continue To Fly..,.. Atop- Basketball ,


Ja* Two patrol squadrons player Randy James hit for 20 to basket for two Admin points. while Jim Thomas and Bill VW 4 61; MATSG 45: The .......'
continued to fly high in station lead Medical to the win. Top shot FICEUR 54; VA-203 45: Wil Reinhardt both got into the Hunters kept their record clean
basketball action last week, as of the game was Admin's Tommy Martin sank 21 for the winners double figures in a losing effort as Bill Heath headed the win j
VP-16's Eagles stretched their'record Bowie with 31,while Bob Mackey
to 5 0 to stay atop the shot for 16. Jim Quinn laced theaxi3acl
American League, and the Mad
Foxes traveled from their den to
the gym long enough to also go 5. gc acl rc3 l s cgsc
0 for the top spot in the National
League race.Medical .
is in second spot in the
American Loop with a 4.1 mark,
while the Hurricane Hunters of
VW 4 hold down second in the
National with a clean 30 slate.In ""
games last week: "
VP 5 94; Public Works 55: The :' "
Foxes stung the Bees behind the25point .t,, .tI' ;
spurt of Ken Arthur and ,
22-point effort of Don Anderson.
Guy Hitler sank 16 in a losing On a note of good cheer, we

effort for the Seabees. greet our many friends with : .,.::.:,,'Y'
679th 57 MATSG 48: The '
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best wishes and appreciation. ",:' :' .:
airmen grabbed a 26. 15 lead at .
the half and then coasted on to the .i4 i1l l:,:,:
win as Temie Render paced the ', :[oj -.
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for squad the with Marines.26. Pat Lang had 19 ', :\ I 7 '"i," ;>y

A-C Maintenance 57; FICEUR
45: Ralph Tisdale pumped for 24
markers to head the maintenancewin.
.Top man for intelligence was
Tony Dimerak with 12. I
Air Ops 56; NARTU 45:
Operations came out on top
despite the 21-point effort of :Jlg? : .o ,
NARTU's Dave Harden, top
scorer for both clubs. Jerry Chris mas
Kahaunaele had 16 and Sam brightness lasts all! year!
Liberatore added 13 for the
winners.
VP-16 59; Comm 48: Communications INLET MARINESales
lead 22 20 at the
half, but turned cold as the & Service
Eagles begin to soar in the final Inc.
periods. Ted Gary was top Eagle Hwy 17 Orange park Westside Volkswagen,
with 16, while Darrel Champman
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dumped in 18 for the Communications 264-9835
squad.
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