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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 18, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 29 NO. :is
PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF PERSONNEL OF THE NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA >j2V.(. AABER 18, 1971




Minority Affairs AdvisorTo



Visit NAS JacksonvilleJaxAdmiral {


:
Elmo R. Zum- shore-based commands here eluding tenant commands but not
walt's Special Assistant for have been invited _
to send five counting ships, according to a
Minority Affairs is to visit NAS persons each to the meeting, recent survey.
Jax today (Nov. 18)) to confer which & ,,, ,
will be held in the The Navy's minority affairs k4 I
with Navymen from shore-based auditorium at Hangar 1000. program was put in motion in r.
commands throughout the LCdr. Norman will have mid- December 1970 when Admiral ; ,:,,.
Jacksonville Navy complex.The morning conferences with area Zumwalt issued Z-Gram 66. It b"I.., /
minority affairs specialistfor commanding officers and their directed that all commanding b
the Chief of Naval Operationsis minority affairs assistants, officers "appoint an aware
Lieutenant Commander following an 8 a.m. meeting with minority group officer..who .q
William S. Norman, who will be Rear Admiral Lawrence R. Gels should have direct access to the
stopping here as part of a five and key officers of his Fleet Air, commanding officer and will be tg&&
day tour of Navy installations in Jacksonville staff lie is to meet consulted on all matters involving r
Southeastern states. with Admiral Geis at the end of minority personnel." _
His schedule here includes a the day, also. Zumwalt's minority affairs '
two-hour afternoon session to There are about 400 Black program was triggered by
discuss equal opportunity with Navymen at NAS Jacksonville, meetings he had with Black officers DISTINGUISHED VISITOR RAdm. J.D. Watkins confers with
minority personnel. About 40 Cecil Field and Mayport, in- and enlisted men and their AIMD officials LCdr R.T. Schoonover and AMSC J.F. Hall, duringone
wives. of his many discussion periods.
Pal Day ScheduledFor "Prior to these meetings."
Zumwalt said in Z-Gram 66, "I RADM Watkins Visits
I was convinced that comparedwith
St. Augustine the civilian community we

had relatively few racial Enlisted Aviation MenJaxRear
problems in the Navy. However,
Jax-Uniformed servicemenand tending admissiort-free cour I have discovered I was wrong,
their families from all tesies. Included in the USO and it is my intention, and that of
branches of the U.S. Armed itinerary of sights are alligator the Secretary of the Navy, to take Admiral J.D Commanding and Executive
Forces will be the guests of the farms museums, historic prompt steps toward their Watkins, recently appointed as Officers of the .Jax-based VP
USO at the organization's annual solution." the Director of Enlisted Per Squadrons as well as with a
houses, the restoration area, old sonnel at the Bureau of Naval random selection
of squadron
Pal Day in St. Augustine Along with appointing minority
Spanish fort Castillo de San
Personnel visited the Jax Naval enlisted .
personnel.The
December 4.Invitations. affairs officers at all Navy
and Marineland
Marcos of
Air Station and Fleet Air Wing tour led
have been extendedto commands, Admiral Zumwalt was by CaptainW.J.
nearly 70 bases in several Florida. Horse-drawn carriageand called for "new avenues of Eleven last week as part of his Vaught, Commander Fleet
trailer train tours of the aviation enlisted rating Air Eleven. Other
southeastern states. More than city communication with not only our Wing mem-
will be available at no charge. familiarization tour. bers included Cdr R.B. King and
15,000 military personnel, accompanied black personnel, but with all
their Buses and cars can be parkedat and noted The object of the Admiral's LCdr T.J. Leshko from the
by dependents, minority groups" a
the Visitors' Information visit was to observe the enlisted Bureau of Naval Personnel.In .
need for all
to
are expected for the day-long Navymen "developa
Center located one block north of aviation rated personnel in their addition to NAS Jax, Adm.
event which starts at 8 a.m. far greater sensitivity to the
the old city gates at 10 Castillo] of all working environment. Watkins also made visits to NAS,
Most of the ancient community's problems our minority
Drive. RAdm Watkins toured the VP Norfolk, CINCLANTFLT,
attractions are ex- groups so we may more effectively
Trailer trains and city buses go about solving them." complex, speaking with the COMNAVAIRLANT, EP-
Jax Air News Sets can be boarded at this point and Z-Gram 66 directed con enlisted men at work in their DOLANT. USS Franklin D.
free buses will leave the parking sideration for minority groups in respective shops. At the con Roosevelt, NAS Oceana,
Early DeadlineThe lot to and from Marineland Navy exchanges, commissaries, clusion of the tour an informal FITRON 101, ATKRON 42, and
the discussion held with the FITRON
during day. barber and beauty shops and was 84.
next issue of the Jax Air In addition, the St. Augustine libraries. It also announced that
News will appear Wednesday, USO Council will serve a free LCdr. Norman would visit major AN Gray Selected As
November 24. The deadline for ham dinner at the Lyceum, south naval installations to meet with
submitting copy, pictures, etc. St George St, from 3 to 6 p.m. individual commanding officers, I
will be Noon, Monday, November Watch the Jax Air News for minority personnel and their
22. further information. dependents. Sailor Of The Month

I
Jax Selected as servicemanof Operations Officer, cited AN
COMFAIRJAX Team Saves MillionsJaxA the Month for November is Gray as having many fine attributes

Airman James M. Gray. as well as promoting
AN Gray who is attached to the good morale and also for being an
maintenance team from the staff, COMFAIR JAX has been credited with Air Traffic Control Dvision of Air excellent team man.

saving the American taxpayer at least $5 million.The Operations has responsibility for For being awarded the Sailor of
general maintenance and upkeepof the Month, AN Gray will receive.
savings evolved from a spaces within his division. He a free trip to St Augustine.
familiarization trip to NAS Key is also responsible for issuance of
West last April, according to Lt. supplies and the operation of the
K.L. "Duck" Drake, Ground assigned vehicles for the division.
Support Officer for r Working at a job which is
FAIRJAX, and the sometimes looked on as menial,
primarily responsible AN Gray performs all work
savings. assigned in a cheerful and efficient
At Key West, Lt. manner. Since Gray has
plained,he and four been responsible for the main- "'
chiefs who tenance of the ATC spaces a .
found that,the station grade of none less than out-
25 percent more ground standing has been recorded
equipment than required.2)A during zone inspections.AN .
lot of that excess was Gray also performs all art
needed elsewhere tasks for the division which he t
Fleet..or could be used has put to use in completion of
future." ? Lt. Drake (third from left), graphic displays for training { .'. 1
Accordingly, Lt. Drake ) ( right), back to camera) manuals and the drawing of )r
team transferred the found at NAS Key West and illustrations plates for the I
gear to air stations savings to taxpayers of $5 current Air Operations Manual. I I

(continued on page ) Cdr. A.J L. Philips, Air AN J.M. Gray I

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11 ..In. to 2..m, It..m..n p.m
Friday & Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday
Saturday 11 am. to 1 '.m. ila.m..11p.m. Noon to Midnight Friday, November U Tuesday, November 23
9 ..m. to 2 ..m. Frl'.Sat BREAKFAST Chilled Orange BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit
Sunday 111.m..11.m. Monday thru Thur Chub Juice, Hot Buttered Oatmeal, Fried Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Hard Boiled
9 '.m. to Mldnlg" 11 am. to Midnight Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes with Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, French
Syrup,Choice Bacon Ham, Home Toast with Syrup, Choice of Sausageor
Fried Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Ham, Hashed Brown Potatoes
DINNER -. Oyster Stew, Fried Fish Corned Beef Hash, Hot Chocolate,
t. Portions or Beef Patties Jardiniere, Pastry Bar.DINNER.
Tossed Green Rice, Buttered Broccoli .. Onion Soup, Steamship
Thanksgiving MenuJaxGalley Spears, Tartar Sauce, Buttered Corn, Round of Beef, Brown Beef Gravy,
Blueberry Pie.SANDWICH. Mashed Potatoes, Seasoned Green
Beans Tomatoes &; Okra, Coconut

One is planning a on ComRats,75 cents for children rn w Hamburgers or Frankfurters.LINE Grilled Cream SANDWICH Pie. LINE .. Ham Salad,
big Thanksgiving Day Dinner for under 12 and $1.50 for other SUPPER .. Ginger Pot Roast of Frankfurters

enlisted personnel and their guests. Make reservations for Potatoes Beef, Vegetable, Gravy, Mashed SUPPER .. Simmered Corn Deef or
guests from 1-5 p.m. your guests by Monday at Ext. mwPROTESTANT Buttered Spinach Lyonnalse, Vanilla Wax Pudding.Beans, Chill Macaroni, Boiled Potatoes,
Buttered Carrots, Fried Cabbage,
The price: $1.00 for enlistees 3302 and 3257.
.
Peach Pie.SANDWICH
SANDWICH LINE ..
Sloppy Joes
on
..
LINE Grilled
Hamburger
Bun or Frankfurters.
MENU Hamburgers or Frankfurters.

Wednesday, November 24
NAVAL AIR STATION Saturday, November 20 BREAKFAST Chilled Apple
Roast Turkey Chefs Salad BREAKFAST .. Chilled Grapefruit Juice, Hot Hominy Grits, Fried Eggsto
Baked Virginia Ham Assorted Salad Dressings Juice, Hot Oatmeal", Fried Eggs to Order, Griddle Cake with Syrup,
SUNDAY Order, Griddle Cakes, French Choice
of
Toast Ham or Bacon, Baked
Pineapple Sauce Fruit CakePumpkin Church School all with Syrup, Choice of Bacon Beans,
( ages) 9:15: or Ham, Southern Corn Bread, Pastry
Giblet GravySnowtlaked PieMincemeat a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine Cottage Fried Potatoes, Hot Bar.
Chocolate, Pastry Bar. ..
DINNER
Potatoes Tomato Rice Soup,
Worship 10:30: at All Saints'Chapel.
Sausage Bread Dressing Pie BRUNCH At 9:30: : Minestrone Swiss Steak with Tomato Sauce,
Ice Cream Soup, Grilled Cheeseburgers, French Rissole Potatoes, Buttered Lima
Candied Sweet Potatoes Hard Candy. Mixed Nuts Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Fried Potatoes, Dutch Apple Pie. Beans, Buttered Spinach, PumpkinPie.

Sauteed CornSeasoned Hot Dinner RollsThanksgiving High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An ,SUPPER .. .
Braised ..
Green Peas Pork Chops, SANDWICH LINE Grilled
nex. Junior and senior Brown
youth.Fellowship Gravy, Steamed
Cake Rice, Ap Hamburgers or Frankfurters.
Chilled Cranberry Sauce -1:30: p.m. at Bldg. 722. plesauce, Boiled Navy Beans, But. SUPPER .. Grilled Salmon Pattiesor
Waldorf Salad Holiday Punch Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at Devils tered Greens Food Yankee Corn Bread, Baked Veal Loaf, Tomato Gravy
small Chapel. Cake. Baked Macaroni & Cheese, Buttered
Brussel Sprouts, Buttered Corn,
Tuesday -_, Sunday>< ,November Orange Pudding.
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. HK0ArV? Chilled SANDWICH LINE Grilled
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Juice, Fried Pineapple Eggs to' Hamburgers or Frankfurters.
AIR= Service-8 at small Chapel. Order, French Toast with
a AX NEWS p.m. Griddle Cakes, Choice of Ham or Syrup Pork, COMFAIRJAX Saves Millions
NAVALIIOSPITAL Sausage,
Hashed
Divine Worship-ll a.m. at Pastry Bar.BRUNCH. Brown Potatoes, (continued from page 1))

Bldg. 500. At 9:30: : Beef Albany, Ga., Chase Field, Texas,
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Soup, Grilled! Cheese SandwIches Noodle, and as far away as Sigonella,
distributed each Thursday at the IT. S. Naval Air Station. CATHOLIC French Fried Potatoes, Peach Pie. Sicily.

Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St. SUPPER .. Larger and more expensivegear
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Gravy, Mashed Spanish Potatoes Steak, French, Pan relocated by Drake and his

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass Fried Cauliflower, Buttered Mixed team include avionics test sets

Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Vegetables, Pineapple Pudding, .an aircraft cleaning machine,

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772'3ll8 or Friday-ll:30 a.m. WednesdayMass engine analyzers, and mobile

3119. 11:30 a.m. at the Naval 1 Monday,November electrical aircraft starter and
Hospital Chapel. Saturday BREAKFAST .. Chilled Tom.to power plants
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Confessions-4:15: and 5 p.m. to Juice Order, Hot, Griddle Hominy. Grits, Fried Before returning to Jackson
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race NATTC Cakes with Syrup, ville, AXC Ted Odle revamped

creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser user, or Sunday Mass-9:30: () a.m. i in Choice Minced of Beef Bacon, or Luncheon Meat, the outmoded custody control

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Building 500.Highway. DINNER ..Pastry Bar. system at Key West, to include
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Oven Fried Chicken Chicken, Rice Soup, provisions for periodic IBM

advertising from that source." Gravy, Mashed Potatoes Cream, Chicken readouts which indicate when
Travel HintA Dressing, Cornbread
Buttered calibration is
Spinach, required.
Polonaise
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher/ and queries brightly colored triangle Sauce, Pineapple Cauliflower Pie. Cranberry Besides Odle, LT. Drake was
concerning such should be directed to: accompanied by AKC Bob
mounted on the back of a vehicle SANDWICH
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY identifies it as a slow- Hamburgers or Frankfurters LINE -. Grilled womack, who handled inventory ;
moving. vehicle -one traveling and cataloguing ATC
Wayne
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4747 San Juan Aver, Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 25! miles an hour or slower on Franks SUPPER, Beef Pot Pie or Boiled Straub, who identified avionics "

Telephone 388.2755 the highways It is 14 inches Steamed Buttered Sauerkraut Egg NOOdles, support equipment and ASO Paul v
and has
high fluorescent
a orange Broccoli Buttered
center and reflective red Spears, Peach Pudding Culberhouse, an expert on yellow
NOVEMBER 18 1971
VOL. SANDWICH .
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MARTD Names Woods, VW-4 Becomes

I Snow SeekersJax


'Marine Of The Quarter'JaxTbe hurricane- The season close of is the rapidly 1971 i ____ DI GPENGARYrf,

approaching, but this will not
mean the end of the year's work
outstanding per. for VW4.The .
formance of duty of
Corporal first of November markedthe
if\'NI\ /l >
George W Woods, safety beginning of the winter storm 1 '
Equipment Man in the Main-
season and the Hurricane ,,,
tenance Section of the Marine Air
Hunters began the transition to
Reserve Training Detachment
their wintertime role "Snow
as
here, has earned him
a Seekers" when Cdr. Paul L.
1) J1'L
Meritorious Mast from his the L '
Siverly, squadron's Commanding *
officer and
commanding honoras
Officer launched with l v .
the Detachment's Marine of }
Flight Crew Five for the first 4'4 L: k
the
Quarter. winter deployment in the new .
Cpl. Woods was cited for his
VW-3A aircraft. .
performance during the period of Until March 31, flight '-i
crews xc _
July through September of this <
L
will deploy weekly to East Coast
and received
the
year
bases to provide oceanographicand
Meritorious Mast
during
a
winter storm reconnaissance
Detachment ceremony. services.
The Mast cited Cpl. Woods'
high degree of personal initiativeand T naissance By fliglow inlwinter lowpressure
his ability to convey his LCpl. Woodsnoncommissioned -P5 __
will "
systems they play
survival officer in
knowledge 'complex key role in providing vital information \ ,
systems in training both regularand every respect. .
reserve Marines. He con The 21-year-old Marine enlistedin about paralyzing snow "Her temperature and her PULSE,Corpsman!"

sistently set a noticeable the Marines in November 1969 storms that may threaten major .. .. _. .

example for his co-workers and and has served with MARTD northeastern--.-.cities.... --_. Judo ClubJax lation The united is declining States, but farm enrollment popu.
proved himself an outstanding since July 1970. at agricultural colleges
-The NAS Jax Judo continues to climb. Four out of
Club will be participatingin five students now come from
a State Wide Tour cities, not farms, to study rural
1" C nament this Saturday at sociology, environmental toxicology
..._ and other
"' 11 the Orange Park High subjects to fit
.
School at Admission them for Jobs in the growing
11:00:()() a.m.
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Attack"THE Squadron MARAUDERS"EIGHTY-TWO of !1' ; : A t1IIi,

have added to their already
Impressive reenlistment rate. t:;lws!
Counselor ADJI Walter
Career '''I
Jackson poses with A01 i""I': '
1 Lawrence Clark and AQC Robert ', ,.t.1.. "_ _
Steivater and the reenlistment
officer LT Rich Brydges. AMS3 S.H. AdklnsonIIT I
Ceremonies were held 18 October
1971 in the squadron ready room
aboard USS AMERICA (CVA-
66)), currently deployed to the
U.S. SIXTH Fleet In the

-4I Mediterranean.

AK1 WJD. Watson, VA-81's ,,
leading maintenance control ,
._I' ___ MA,_ Petty Officer has presently

. r __.. The Marauders -_,." reenlisted. Watson has put in 14 L .
of continuous service. With
yean
t ; this reenlistment be should be _

M1'.r' It'dry r well on his way to retirement
R AMS3 S.H. Adkinson of VA-81

has reenlisted for six more years. ..T...
Adkinson's reenlistment is under AQ1 Kurk D. Larson I
the SCORE Program and puts _._.-....
him on the way to the 10 year
mark.

AQ1 Kurk D. Larson of VA-83
reenlisted for four more years on
1 Nov. 71, which will give him a
total of 14 yean of Naval service.
The ceremony was conducted by
,
-- CDR W.M. Shewchuk in the
AK1 W.D. Watson
squadron ready room. Larson
and his wife, Lois reside with
their three children at 402B
aboard Cecil Field.
NEWEST CONCEPT

IN APARTMENT LIVING Philip F.Riglick of the public
works department retired Nov. 2
1, 2 .3 BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS
after 29 yean of federal service. Philip F. Rlgllck It
Spacious rooms, wide windows Kingsley Philip came to Cecil Aug.24, 1959.
central heat & air cond. Private
patios, sundecks swimming pool rms
and party room. lie submitted ten suggestions
S 264-8102 which were adopted and for
which he received cash awards.He .
1800 KINGSLEY AVE. and his wife Mildred reside at 4M1
5507 Norde Drive, Jacksonville.Also .
DIRECTIONS Between Blanding
Blvd.' & Orange Park Minutes retiring this month was
away via new I 1-295. Ernest R. Ethridge of the public
works department. Ernest has 26 t
= J years of federal service and has
been at Cecil since Feb. 2, 1953. M1
lie received a letter of com-
mendation from CO NAS Cecil a
1a Field DTD Jan.1954. He and his
., WESTSIDEJACKSONVILLE'S I wife Pauline reside at 5226 At- t =
tleboro Ave., Jacksonville.
Ernest R. Ethridge I

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N CHEVY IMPALA CUSTOM 2.Door Hardtop. V-8, Auto. lli Isn't it time for a
trans.. Factory air Power steering Tinted glass R&H,Vinyl I Metropolitan Family
roof. 2W t $195 ?
Security Check-Up
PLYMOUTH SATELLITE Door Sedan. V-8, Auto. trans.. :;:
:: Call for details.
Factory air, Power steering, R & H. SU21if :; :S:30 ::::
VW BUS Ideal for anything,wall to wall carpet. I'"S
TUESDAY thru SATURDAYBERKSHIRE ALVAUGHNLlUSNRel ;
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WESTSIDE + I : 353-6552 7720863Metropolitan :
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1310 CASSAT AVS. PHON E 389461'HOUSE RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN CATERING SERVICE 1; : New York. N. Y. :
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THE VILLAGE SQUARE LONDONTOWNE : We sell life insurance. :
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FJCCourses YN's EncouragedTo J,/




Switch To PN

At Jax


Jax-Yeomen in pay ministrative lateral change
Jax-Registration for Winter grades E-4, E-5, and E-6 of rate. Selected YN1
Quarter, Florida Junior College and designated strikers personnel shall be placed in
courses, to be held on board NAS who are serving in personnel "in-service" training for
Jacksonville, is scheduled for s billets, or who have PN1 and will be authorized
Thursday, 2 December 11:00: to had experience in personnel conversion upon passing a
1:30: p.m. and 3:00: to 4:00: p.m. in ri administration, are Navy-wide examination for
the Educational Services Offices, I being encouraged to PN1.
Bldg. 200.Courses. change rating to Per.
to be offered sonnelman. Additionally, eligible
during .
designated strikers YN3
,
the Winter Quarter from Jan. 10 With continued emphasis
YN2 and YN1
through April 21 include: ; being placed on standards personnel
'\ to convert and
English 102 Monday m. .. of service, particularly in may request
-- ---- advance at the same time
Speech 105 TuesdayGen the "face to face" skills, it
by taking the PN ad-
Psych 105 Thursday OLD FRIENDS Some of the local NARF personnel who recently is desired to increase the vancement examination
Am. Society 102 Thursday performed emergency field team work on RASC BUNO 156636 at NAS personnelman strength. for the next higherpay
West. Civ. 101 Thursday Alameda were on hand to welcome the "bird" aboard NAS Jax Friday Selected designated
Int. Algebra 103 Tuesday for processing. Pictured with the ferry crew, LCdr. G.C. Wileen and strikers, YN3 and YN2 grade.
College Algebra 105 Wednesday Lt. W.L. Johnson of RVAH-3, are (from left) C.H. King, Production personnel shall be Contact the Personnel
Am. Fed. Gov't 201 Wednesday Controllman R.E. Willis, K.F. Kyall, and R.H. Smith, Metalsmiths authorized an ad Office for details.
Classes will be held for all A.R. Carlson, Planner and Estimator, and Brian Llebst, Structural
courses from 7:00: p.m. to 10:00:
p.m. in Hangar 1000.
Cost per three college credit Engineer.VP18 T-
hours $25.50.Tuition ReunionSet
Last !
aid for those persons Coming at
eligible to receive it will pay 75
percent of the course's cost.

Tuition completed aid and applications approved shouldbe priorto For Dec. 3Jax ARTS & CRAFTS

the Dec. 2nd registration.
Registration for non-credit The upcoming reunionfor Tickets are available through Florida' most complete line of art supplies
courses will be accepted the first all ex Flying Phantoms of members of the Reunion Com- and craft material for Decoupage, Macrame,
week in January. Courses to be VP-18 is shaping up to be a grand mittee: J.M.Bodin of the Career Papier Mache',Candle Making and many others.
offered at.a $2.00 fee per course affair.The event is scheduled for Information Center, P. E. FREE CLASSES WILL BE PROVIDED

include: December3 at the Candlelight Nadeau of AOMD, J. Bobbitt of Grand Opening CelebrationDec.
station.So .
Restaurant
Automotive Mechanics on
VP-5 and Zagorac of VA-174 at
Automotive Body Repair and far, the response from Cecil Field. 4th, 9AM to 9PM
former Flying Phantoms has
Refinishing Reservations are limited and
Commercial Art been heartwarming, showingthat those interested in attending are Refreshments, Games and Prizes
Beginning Art the Phantoms are eager to urged to call before tomorrow.For .
Oil Painting renew old friendships and ex- further information, call J. k. 1926 PARK AVE ORANGE PARK A
Cabinet Making, Milliwork, & change memories of duty with M. Bodin at Ext. 3531.
Furniture MakingFor the squadron, which was
additional information, decommissioned.Those .
persons may phone the attending are encouraged
Education Services Offices, Ext. to bring momentoes,
2596. pictures, etc.


Three Boots entered a roadsidebar 'I'll take an orangeade'was the
and, looking around quiet.dignified reply. To prove the wetness of Rise
cautiously made their to the ,
way
Disgust written on his face,
bartender. the bartender glared at the third. this shaved
'I'll have a coke,' said the first. man
The bartender looked at the man 'Just a glass of water for me'
on the next stool. was the request, 'I'm driving. :;

-- .--__.'.' ._ __"dO. without using any water.


And he actuolly got a smooth, Slowly it seeps moist IB into your
TILE D t clean shave. beard and holds it there fo os long as
The reason he got such a clean it takes you to shave.
shave is the moisture in Rise? The point we're trying to
IIOWSIIS WELCOMED 1 A lather needs moisture, needs prove is this

-Noutfcal Chart *Outrigger Nautical Wear wetness,so your beard won't dry out II our man can get a smooth,
Paints Fish Boxes tBurget Jacket fjrf beneath it.And. clean shave using Rise with no water,
Hardware +Skllt >Table Wear IVINMJOI you can't buy a lather imagine what you can do using
*Repair Materials Accessories Other Goodies that's wetter than Rise. Rise with water.l .
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OUTBOAUD STERN OR.VE.. INBOARD
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,f'f't Hazardous I


t 4 Toys
a '
I Recalled bN x '


> Jax--Childrens toys,
' "Toddler Thumbelina"
! Its dolls, Models 0416, 0426,
0428, 0430 thru 0432, 0434,
0436, 0438, 0439, 0441 thru
0446,0448,and 0455;and the
"XPL Exploratory Probe
Launcher" are being ,
r 4a 'hF
voluntarily recalled by
their manufacturers due to

.4 f discovery of potential
hazards which may injure
youngsters playing with
them. Persons who may
have purchased these toys
A HELPING HAND Cdr. C.F. Cook,VP-4S's CO,
presents
money
from Navy Exchange WHAT BETTER PLACE for a Navy aviator to re-enlist than in a
donated from the Red Darters to Mrs. J.E. Springer and Dozer Var
facilities should contactNX plane thousands of feet over Jacksonville? Here ADR1 Wesley B.
It ner, Director of Recreation at the Duval Juvenile Shelter. VP-45 gave relativeto
clerks-officials Wightman is administered the oath by Cdr. A.L. Phillips, Jr. ADR1
over $100 to the Juvenile Shelter, enabling 200 children to have
return of the toys. Wightman shipped over for 5 years,giving him a total of 20Va years.
.refreshments and costumes for their Halloween party.


II Merit PromotionsJax I

WINNING DOG RACING

-- The following Employees are urged to
r Merit Promotion Announcements look for the Merit
were issued Promotion Announcementson
this week: the official bulletin
Supervisory Supply boards in their work area
TONIGHTJACKSON Technician, GS-20005-7 at least once a week.
((101-71)) They are also en-
Supervisory Messenger, couraged to contact the
\. GS-302-3 ((102-71)) Employment Office,. ext,
\ The continued interest of 3448, or the Rating Branch,
::11 all employees in the Merit ext. 2320, Employment
Promotion Program is Division, Civilian Per-
encouraged. Almost every sonnel Department, to
week there are new op- inquire about positions in
portunities for promotion. which they are interested.

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WHOLESALE ::1


NEW & USED FURNITURE
& APPLIANCES
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NEW & USED TV SETS

I I II McDUFF No. of BEAVER NEW NEW &DESKS USED AND REFRIGERATORS TYPEWRITERS& STOVES ::!!
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; 1ST RACE 8 o'clock Sat. Matinee 1ST RACE 1:30: .9 am. 7p.m.Come In& Browse :::


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J PHONE384.1391 IX i Tel.387.S622or Base Ext.2431 &j i: 'Tel.771 321) Ext.21$
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';- PREMIUM BEER-CHOICE CUT STEAKS
L INSUUNCI"IPHONE 389-0338 ITALIAN SANDWICHES-SPAGHETTI PHONE: 38?.fill or 388-2423 ;
., j Electronic Wheel Balancing
No Fault Insurance For EveryoneDon't ...- .' "PIZZA"OUR SPECIALITY. r1-'i- Total Engine Performance
p .r-
get caught short..BUY NOW! HV%\4 9 Sun Thurt HOURS 4pm II.50pmFndav Analyzed Electronically ,
S&H GREEN
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STAMPS
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STATE FARM MUTUAL A 4pm lj4S am
Home Office AUTOMOBILE, INSURANCE CO. Closed Tuesdays Saturday jpp 1J.45am 1 With All Purchases
: Bloomington illinois
3619 Blvd Ph. 4467 SAN JUAN AVE.
;; Blending 771-0170 %
j 1 201 HWY.UORANGE PARK
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SPECIALS
Fords RCA A':ZENITH COCOM.., BLACK"WMITC '
Chevys Darts
,:>>'.,::\:;,:; .;, TEXACO SERVICE Falcons, Novas,PlymouthS
,<,:,:.;:. AU,.MKCHANICAI: : ,WORK GUARANTEEDeshavc : < ,; q $3 t', 1,8"0,
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;!. ,a complete of' U-HAULS! ,., ::1 { WELCOME HER* :
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to-; ; : : ; : : : ; ,,: ,;, Grant. Plaza at 103rd. : .

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PHONE 244-92M :
V-SHRIMP WE CATER TO :SERVICEMEN!
OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION
I' or WE HELP ALL

[Ned Yovr Car IIIspecttd1! ALL YOU CAN EAT .1 WE CAN FISHERSCYCLE

SHOP
RED GREENE'S GARAGEFour J For Only..$ 1 .3 9 .. ;-

Ii. Includes French Fries
Mile South o/NAS.Highway 17.Orange Park r Cole' So( wand HushPuppltsTOP Riding Mowers
Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors HAT Lawn Mowers
RototillersWe
Open MINOR 0800-1800 REPAIRS Monday AVAILABLE thru Friday I .,;. ', DRIVE IN ( repair all makes used cycles and cars)

204.5BLAND'NGBOUlEV' PHONE. 3"9SS'3' 6457 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD
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OPEM7DAYSAWEJEK8AMT08PMdttflHHBttttte VOLKSWAGEN We Welcome BankAmerlcard REPAIR& Master SPECIAL Charge :'Your: Mobil' Nome Shopping' Ctnftr';; :f;' ;T
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Includes All Labor,NEW HO Clutch& Pressure Plate 1103rd STREET FISH MARKET ALL SEDANS NustiO : :

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We Have ft' ,
Swims 1 '67 b UP
3 SIZESOFSHRIMP 1 :.i. f489s MOBILE HOMES
BUSHELS. OF OYSTERS&SCALLOPS AVAILABLE' AIr Cond. Models IN
AH types Freh Seafood, j jI AvN I S3 EXTRA 4118 PHILIPS HWY7374366
+ I:' Fet+turing Sp* ,.::' Smoked Fish& Deviled' Crabs 1 I (Formerly Roosevelt Mall Pure) Over.;-'150(? Hew &' lW Mobil./ Homes
,:<:f 1''':>,' 4567103rd Street Phone 772' .09JJ../,#). j, 4477 ROOSEVELT BLVD Phone: 3I7.7JII ,:;?,", to c/iooie from

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BLANDING BOULEVARD j ;.,, OPEN7QAYSAWEEK... fMTO 10PM
i TrtfOnt ROAD COIN LAUNDRYRAIN
HERLONG
VEHICLE INSPECTIONaid
OFFICIAL (MOTOR j "
I JIM THORSBY (USN Retired,) Mqr SOFT WATE R..Cleaner Clothes with half the soap

HONEST, COURTEOUS Service I.I :':, Tires. 1!.H.N.N..HNINNN.NHNNNNNINN.N.N.*!ott er ies-Fro Bf Ead NNNN.INN.IN.NIN.RADIOSTVs' service. !}' No Waiting! _
SERVICEWe 40 Top Load .
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1930lb.
Aim Headlights,Replace Bulbs
Blades SOa. BRAKE WORK 8024 ;-
And Windshield Wiper l FREE ESTIMATES waSherso.
,Park High ; > I .
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(Next Door to 7 ) '
On Blanding (State Road 21)) -1j 1 0' \ .
JAMES JACKSONU : .-'j Ph. : 1h.J.

S. Military Retired .. ; J Jt& (Al.oO Ib.and 30 Ib. washcri recommend U,
PHONE 264S143QUICK' I 5W8 Normandy Blvd.:786-0821 1 for rug, blanket and heavy work cloth) f

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; Parts Co. I been waitiiu foil

},:. MILITARY DISCOUNT if 1''t Brand New Wl Models
Prices start at...
t J ,,\ MESt Domestic & Foreign I.: *er1(, J3695. !:
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ESQUIRE 'i 3631 EMERSON Ph. 396.3658 _
: +',"FLEETWOOD BUTLER SKYLARK ; DEAN KITCHIN / BETTER LIVING, .
742S.LANEAVE. PHONE 78W77 6417 ROOSEVELT Ph. 387.4468 I 8985 Normandy Blvd Phone 786-2375 J J1W't'

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Project Transition To Brief Jax Re-Up



Personnel Ready To Retire CornerSgt. d



<{ Jax-There will be a briefing Commanding Officer, NAS Representative, Florida State Bruce E. Morgan of r1 4

sponsored by the NAS Jacksonville Employment ServiceMr. MATSG, attached to Shore ,.. A.
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Jacksonville Transition Site for E.T. Leverenz -Jacksonville Patrol, reenlisted for six -
LCDR R.B. Cantwell
all Armed Forces personnel (and Transition Site Officer Project Chamber of CommerceMr. years in the Marine Corps. Sgt. MorganADR3 I
their dependents) eligible for Louis M. Ferrari -
retirement or transfer to the Mr. Rod Porter Vice President, Recruitment Division, City of
Fleet Reserve within the next 18 Navy LeagueMr. JacksonvilleMr.

months on Dec. 7, Bldg. 1000, Bob Kemp Coordinator Saville General Motors
Conference Room 240, at 9:00: Industrial Education, Duval Training Center ATI Guy P. White of VP-
a.m. County School Board 45, recently reupped.
, The Civilian Employment Mr. John Saare Assistant to Mr. Braden Small Business
Assistance Program is a Vice President for Instructional AdministrationMr.
cooperative effort between the Services, Florida Junior CollegeMr.
Department of Defense and the Ed Donahue Veterans lIalvor Hansen Project ADR3 E. W. Heaster of
Referral Counselor
of Labor whereby AdministrationMrs.
Department
career military members are Dorothy W. McAlilly YNC Howard Renforth Project VW-4 shipped over for six .! *>"
provided appropriate and timely Civilian Employment Superin- Transition Counselor more years. I

counseling concerning civilian tendent, NAS Jax Civilian Per AU armed forces personnel and HeasterShe
labor market conditions. sonnel DepartmentMr. their dependents concerned are
Among those participating will Jack Banks: Mr. Les Frye encouraged to attend. Supply Clerk Is

be: Captain John R. Kincaid Veterans Employment Service I


increased BAQ rates effective 14

NOW... YOU CAN REALLY LIVE! November. AU E-4 (I less than 4 Mrs. Nettie Jackson, was cited for developing a
years) with a "Q" allotment less In the thorough knowledge of the
...IN A FINESELECTION supply clerk, Inventory in-
;"''' than$161.50 and all E-3 and below
Division, of Supply Dept, has ventory management procedures
OF HOMES M t. W
with a "Q" allotment less than been named Civilian Employee of and also for her ability to detect
STILL AVAILABLE AT... will be to In-
MID % $145.00 required the Month for October. errors with a high degree of
W* K crease their allotments. It is
:EKEJ: :.. :IEI:: W M requested that allotments. be Working in the Auditor Branch accuracy.Mrs. Jackson cooperates fully
Division
tJlfmt of the Inventory Mrs.
changed as soon as possible,but
with her supervisors and has
3 & 4 BEDROOM R ffu for Marine members no later Jackson has responsibility for
HOMES ?$ than and for research and investigation of earned the friendship, respect
,twtmr November 24 Navy large value stock record and cooperation of all her fellow
money
$18,700 t to $25,000 : AWk members no later than discrepancies. employees.Mrs. .
VA and FHA FINANCING November 30.
WW ... Jackson has been
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JMUr.*;;. awarded an outstanding
The I1ELLAIR C-JO lHfiW ; Proficiency Rating in the areas of
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:':':w"-"':: Quality, Quantity and Adap-

\ tability with an accompanying
Quality Step Increase.

Red Darters

M s
Commended

9 Jax-Twenty-three members of
\ VP-45 received awards recently.
\ Red Darters cited included:
A02 W.I. Slocumb, Jr., Navy
Commendation Medal; W02 W.S.
Smith and AXC B.L. Phillips,
>> Navy Achievement Medal.
$19,850 to $22,500 La'i1 s Lt. K.E..Barnhart, COM-

: NAVAIRLANT Letter of Commendation -
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Model C-10 r. ; Lt. R.V. Williamson,
Add it all and will see why'
up you
this is model, A01 W.E. Laur receives the Presidential LL F.A. Hoik, YNC V.D. Cook,
so popular a ) Unit Citation (Navy) for
[j! : !1
Bedrooms 2 Baths, l large utility, extraordinary heroism while attached to RUNG SAT Special Zone ADCS R.A. Sylvester, AEC H.W.
long low sweeping line; truly a fine r-r. t:jY&: iii River Patrol. Group. LCdr. J.A. Landry Officer! in Charge, Miller, AOC E.W. Keller, PNC
{ home on a modest budget FAETULANT DET JAX presented the award. M.L.Jones, AMS1 W.R. Parham,
'1 ATI H.E. Gingras, III, AE2 D.L.
Rowe, PN2 F.X. Rudegealr,
Sidewalks and Street Lights ': ATN2 J.R. Parmley, A02 W.M.
Convenient to Churches, Schools glkIejMk Locke, ATN2 J.M. Kennedy, Jr.
and Shopping Centers and AMS2 R.T. Pritchard,
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v COMSIXTHFLT Letters of

:.' CCll DOWNTOWN F. Commendation.Also .
,
M :
ilElO t F y WGRAN AYNfPORT AMCS J.F. Bollinger,
or 3for
GAME < ADJ1 P.J. Kurek, ADJ2 E.J.
Smith and ADJ2 C.T. White, VP-

MONDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYNOON 45 Letters of Commendation.


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HONDA
NEAR NAS JAX and CECIL FIELD :::11Nmn< : LANES

.nt.wr. .. MOTORS& CYCLES CO.
,, 2600BLANDINGBLVD
,, ; call :::;:: ::=:.x.;;; PH 384-6221 4949 BLANDING BLVD.

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Menu for Nov. 22-24: OnDope


Monday,Nov.22 _

Vegetable Soup, Boiled Corn
Beef with Cabbage, Spaghettiand
Meat Sauce Broiled Liver Eight Reds taken at one time have the tame effect at one fifth of

and Onions,7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, alcohol (usually death).
Fish.

Green Beans, Mustard Greens,
Peas, Mashed Potatoes, French
Fried Potatoes, Steamed Rice.
Chef Salad Bowl,Tossed Salad, Traffic ViolationsJaxThe
Combination Salad, Fruit and
Cottage Cheese, Plain Cottage
Cheese, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, following is a reportof Reckless driving 0.
Fruit Cup, Bean Salad, Carrot motor vehicle accidents and Going through stop sign 9.
and Raisins. traffic violations for the period of Other violations 21.
Boston Cream Pie, Apple Nov. 1-Nov. 7.Number. Twenty-five drivers appeared
Pie, ChocolateCaVe, Assorted before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
----- Pudding. of Accidents November 11 Disposition of
WELL DONE, CHIEF KRIZ VP-43' Leading Chief, AZCM L.L. the cases included the following:
Krlx,receives congratulations from Cdr. C.F. Cook, Red Darters CO, Tuesday,Nov.23 This period 11. Fourteen lost driving and
after reaching the end of 30 years of Naval Service. This period a year ago 6. parking privileges aboard the
Total accidents this
Tomato Soup, Roast Beef year 290. station for various periods; seven
Master Chief Kriz Round on Block with New Total last accidents through this were assigned to complete an
period 281.
Potatoes, Creamed Chicken, year eight-hour course in remedial
Total number since last
of days
Pork Cutlets, 7 oz. Chopped driving; thirteen received
Sirloin, Fish. injury in a motor vehicle ac- suspensions; five were given

Retires After 30JaxA Stewed Tomatoes,Lima Beans, Number cident of since 135. warnings; none were dismissed;
days an injury
Turnip Greens. seven were fined (U.S.
last at this time
Chef Salad Bowl,Tossed Salad, year 44. Magistrate); and one was
dress blues inspection Meritorious Unit Commendation Combination Salad, Fruit and referred to commanding officer
Number of Violations
marked the end of 30 years of Medals.A Cottage Cheese, Plain Cottage for possible disciplinary action.
active Naval Service for Master good portion of his 30 years Cheese, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, This period 63 Eight drivers were assessed
Chief Aircraft Maintenanceman were spent in the Jacksonvillearea Fruit Cup,Cucumber Mix, Potato Speeding 33 twenty traffic points.
LLKriz, VP-45 Leading Chief at both NAS Jax and Cecil Salad.
Petty Officer. Field, attached to several Sweet Potato Pie, Apple Pie,
The Red Darters'Commanding squadrons and commands. Strawberry Shortcake, Assorted
Officer, Cdr. C.F. Cook, Chief Kriz's last duty was Pudding. Cut moving costs
presented Chief Kriz with a assisting Cdr. Cook with the
squadron plaque, retirement presentation of awards to 23 of his Wednesday,No',24 Move-it-yourself one-way or localIn
certificate and a letter of appreciation fellow Red Darters. a Ryder One-Way rental truck
which read in part, Split Pea Soup, Roast Turkey
"you have earned the respect and with Dressing, Baked Ham with [NtViIAY
admiration of your shipmates Sweet Potatoes,Braised Beef Tip =H YD E R-
There's one Christmas gift
with Noodles, 7 oz. Chopped
through your outstanding per that never goes out of style-
Sirloin Fish. SPECIAL MILITARY
formance. U.S., Savings Bonds. And theyare RATES!
Cheif Kriz had been Green Beans, Mustard Greens,
previously practical as well as pa .
For arId Reservations.
Information
the recipient of eight Good triotic. Peas, String Beans, Corn,
Conduct Awards, the Armed Macaroni and Cheese. Call 7728477WESTS

Forces Expeditionary Medal, the IDE RENTALS
Asiatic-Pacific Area Campaign THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL
Medal, the American Area Oriental 65X12 save $$$ 5829 BLANDING BOULEVARDWE
Campaign Medal and two 1 VA& BANK FINANCING Q ALSO RENT NATIONWIDE TRAILERS
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J. lam. C. THANKSGIVING SPECIAL
te With every home bought this week you will receive
a free turkey, silverware dishes, pots and pans,
etc ... enough to set your
BazaarJaxThe housekeeping up 1 III'astro !!

homes. .
annual J.O.W.C. BLANDING BLVD. 264-7900
Christmas Bazaar will be held
IAcJNow
of 1.295FINANCING
3 Miles South
VA& BANK
Wednesday Club., December 1, at theOfficer's P.O. BOX 687 ORANGE PARKa

early.Mark your calendars and shop

The booths will be open from 10 very special living environmentwoodlake
a.m. to 4 p.m.
Add a personal touch to your
gifts this year from the selectionof
hand-made articles to be

displayed.A .
buffet lunchion will be served Luxury 1,2 and 3 Bedroom Apartments

from ll:30-lp.m.: 3 Bedroom Townhouses
No reservations are necessary.Jax's .
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CARPETING DRAPERIES
DISHWASHER DISPOSALS pYI
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I Jax-Premium rates for the option premium of the six largest !
.- ", ', high options of the six largest plans.
plans participating In the Federal Since this average biweekly
: I,. .. I,1'jIi Employees Health Benefits premium for the self-only
I \.",.... \ program were announced coverage will be increased in
recently by the Civil Service January from $8.65 to $9.75, the
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Commission. Government's standard con-
The new rates will become tribution will be increased from
effective in January 1972. $3.46 to$3.90 biweekly; and since
The new premiums have been the average premium for family
-.__ held to an absolute minimum, the coverage will be increased from
Commission said. $21.60 to $24.46 biweekly, the
While premiums generally will Government's standard con-
be higher in 1972, a few plans, tribution will be increased from
including the Government-wide $8.64 to $9.78 for a family
Indemnity Benefit Plan (Aetna), enrollment.
will be the same in 1972 as in 1971. Thus, for employees in some
0 As previously announced, plans whose premiums are not
benefits will not be changed in being raised, the higher
1972. Government contribution will
An open season will be held result in a slightly smaller pay
from November 15 through deduction in 1972 than in 1971

-.------- December 31,1971, during which The 1972 premiums for all plans
NEW NAVY SUB HUNTER.The S-3A carrier based aircraft,which made its debut In Californialast employees may enroll in a plan or and options in the program will
week, carries the most advanced ASW avionics systems developed to date. The pressurized change plans and options and be announced shortly, the
aircraft can operate above 35,000 feet in search operations at a speed of more than 300 knots and is change from self to family Commission said.SERVICEMEN.
capable of flying more than 400 knots. coverage; annuitants may
change plans and coverage but

New ASW Aircraft UnveiledThe may The not standard enroll in a Government plan. ...

contribution to health insurance At holiday time-

Navy unveiled it's newest automating routine jobs, the P-3C in ASW operations. The S- premiums is fixed by law at 40
antisubmarine warfare aircraft crew will be left free to analyzethe 3A,as now conceived, is expectedto percent of the average high-
last week in Burbank, Calif. data and make more effective counter the undersea threat of
Designated the S-3A, the new decisions. the late 70's.
jet powered aircraft eventuallywill The S-3A is powered by two TF- The S-3 weapon system is 1
replace the S-2 34 high-bypass turbofan enginesand flexible enough to accept ? )
"Tracker"' a propeller. is capable of speeds in excessof technical changes, Improvements -
driven, carrier-based aircraft 400 knots and a range of more and innovations.
which has been the backbone of than 2,000 nautical miles. These
The Navy's project
carrier ASW forces for more than turbofan engines are designed to managerfor
the S-3A is Captain Fred H.
15 years. consume fuel at a lower rate than
Baughman, a former combat
The ceremony's principal conventional jet engines of pilot and test pilot. He holds Maharajas Do It!
speaker was Rear Admiral comparable power.
Master of Science degrees in
Thomas R. McClellan, Commander In January the engine was first
nuclear engineering "Navigator to pilot, continueto
of the Naval Air flown B-47 testbed. The
Systems on a aeronautics and astronautics.First maintain straight and level
Command which manages the Preliminary Flight Rating Test flight"
development ef the S-3A. was completed in February. To night of the S-3A is expected Cartoon by Walker reprintedfrom
When introduced into the Fleetin date the engine has over 8,000 test In January, 1972. Rushmore Advocate, Ells-
early 1974, the S-3A, which is hours. worth AFD, S.D.
the Navy's first, jet powered ASW The S-3A, which will have an
aircraft, will provide antisubmarine all-weather capability to search
warfare forces with for, localize and destroy enemy Dowagers Do it!
speed and range more than twice submarines, will contain an V.A.orBank CASSAT AVENUE
that of the S-2. advanced avionics system Financing
The use of digital computerswill designed specifically to cope with MOBILE HOMES rJ
enable the four-man crew to existing and future submarine 4
perform its mission at least ten threats. The aircraft is con-
times more effectively than figured to carry a variety of
present carrier based ASW ordnance, including homing No Job Too Big or Too Small.
aircraft. The computer will be torpedoes, mines, depth charges, FREE ESTIMATES
able to analyze underwater rockets and missiles.
sounds and other required The S-3A represents a quantum Sales Service Repairs Even Corporation Presidents
sources of information and jump in carrier-based an- Do It!
present the data on television-like tisubmarine warfare capability.It 1438 CASSAT AVE. PHONE 384-3407
displays for interpretation. By will complement the landbased (You're welcome/ too)

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cooked to perfection, plus ample supply of delicious dressing and 647S Roosevelt Blvd.
our famous old fashioned giblet gravy. Your satisfaction is guaran 384-441
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money order IS inStruct for the full*otherwise cost of the A ad check must be or Thursday,Nov. 18 Sunday, Nov.21

received WITH the copy for the ad.
: NAS: 'MAROONED' Color NAS: 'NED KELLEY' Color

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $200 science fiction, starring Gregory drama, Starring Mick Jagger,

Jacksonville, Florida I Per additional line ((4 words per line) soc Peck, Richard Crenna. 'G' EXC Allan Bickford. 'GP' G ((104 min.)

(144 mins.) HOSPITAL: 'YOG MONSTER

HOSPITAL: 'CANNON FOR FROM OUTER SPACE'

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: Monday, Nov.22

EMPLOYMENTNAVY ; WILSON Friday, Nov. 19
GOLF CLUBS MOBILE HOMES
5 Irons, 2 Woods Cart & Bag, $40. 7712492 NAS: 'CACTUS FLOWER'Color
NAS: 'EVEL KNIEVEL' Color comedy. Starring Walter

WIVES' action, Starring George Matthau, Ingrid Bergman. 'GP'
Put your skills to work. Interesting JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Hamilton. 'GP' G ((90 mins.) EXC (103 mins..)
assignments for keypunches, typist, REAL 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS clean modern
secretary dictaphone operator, ESTATEWE trailer and Apts. 3893007. HOSPITAL: 'MAROONED' HOSPITAL: 'NED KELLEY'

clerks, bookkeepers.HIGH .
PAY NO FEE VA FINANCINGNo Saturday,Nov.20
CALL NORRELL BUY& SELL EQUITIES money down on New Star Mobile
396.5371 Call us for quick service Home. Ask for Ted or Bob. NAS: 'YOG-MONSTER FROM Tuesday, Nov. 23
Morrison Taylor,Inc.4S4)WesconnettBlvd. 1&J MobUe Home OUTER SPACE' Color science

JOE'S HANDY MAN SERVICEThe 1701 Philips. Hwy. fiction, Japanese cast. 'G' G (85 NAS 'TORA! TORA1! TORA!
Impossible we do Immediately. 771-3952 737-JM4 __ 398 8926 mins.) Color drama of World War II,
Miracles take a little longer. House HOSPITAL 'EVEL Starring Martin Balsam E.
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'HIDDEN ,
painting, household repairs, minor WATERS'Black
applll nee repairs, screens, fixtures, Creek, Canal or Lake lots MOBILE HOME ON Vt ACRE LOT KNIEVEL' Marshall 'G' EXC ((144 mins.)
glass, etc. Joe Hurwitz, 264-4135 (USN available. Excellent fishing, boating, 15 min. NAS Cecil, well & septic tank, HOSPITAL : 'CACTUS
all for
RET. swimming. Mobile Home area. Also $4390. Terms. s FLOWER'
permanent home area. High, wooded Vi acre mobile home lots w-septlc
BEELINE FASHIONSNeeds lots. E-2 Terms. One mile E. Lake tank. 15 min. NAS Cecil. $1995. Terms.

managers & stylists, Free Asbury on No. 209, La Rue 7253992. 2643003. Wednesday, Nov. 24
wardrobe twice yearly. No Collecting.No I t
delivery. Car necessary: For Info. CASH NAS: 'SAVAGE WILD' Color
call 771-4452 or 2466259. We buy, sell and trade equities. TRANSPORTATION outdoor adventure
Louise T. Bailey Starring
NAVY WIVESI! 771.3605 Broker Gordon Eastman. 'G' -VG ((103
Earn Extra Xmas Money. Work from 4 min.)

your home; phone survey. Evening NEW HOMES EXCELLENT ECONOMYTRANSPORTATION HOSPITAL: 'TORA! TORA!
work. No selling. Good telephonevoice 3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built In Range,
TORA!
necessary. Work 3 hours per nlte Cent Heat, Prices from $18,300. up. Small V-8, Stand. trans., air, 68 r ,
Mon. to Fri Exp. For more Info call FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy. Torino, GT. $1200. 724-4999.
2461885. Edw. 0. Lyon Broker, 7811422.
48VISTACRUISER
HELP WANTED All power, AC, Very good cond., 282-
MALE OR FEMALE FOR YOUR RETIREMENTBUY 5700 anytime.
Chauffeurs, all shifts, to drive new LAND
taxi cabs In Orange Park and vicinity. Values up every year! 2W acres & up. jrJ ).
Must be familiar with area, over 25, Convenient to Bases, expresswaysand 1962 OLDS.DYNAMIC e. .. ..J
sober, bondable, with good characterand city. Country Atmosphere. $1,000 4 Dr., $295. to good mechanic. ,
willing to be Investigated. Apply per acre & up. 30 percent cash & 10 Probable burnt valve 264-5055 after 5 i
Holiday Inn, Orange Park, after 4 year mortgage to owner. Your Best PM. DEERSPRINGS
P.M. See Mr. Pozln. Investment.
WYNNE REALTY OF FLA., INC.
4653 Highway Ave. 389.5514 1948 PLY BARRACUDA ESTATES
P.S., R&H, Automatic, new tires,
MISCELLANEOUSARECORDEDMESSAGEBYA clean, V-8, call 3872602. ...ATKEYSTONE
NEW LISTING
5831 Tamplco Rd. Absolutely spotless. GIANT KILLER Deanna HEIGHTS
3 BR., 1 Vt Bath Masonry, AC, Assume 2 VW BUSES Lund, Keen regularly in ABC- MOBILE HOMESITES
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells Mortg., payable $110.50 a mo. Incl. $100 & $125. 389-4286 or 389.8152, TV' "Lind of the Giant," 8ug. Clyde W. Simpson & Co
you how you may become a PIT I. Hurryl I Must see to believe. Bests a fast visit to the nearest
DISC JOCKEYCall Hulslander ft Assoc., Inc. military library for people who REALTOR 3566849GUARANTEE
355-2944 any hourVAAPPROVED Realtors 396-4087 resolve to read at least one
ATLANTIC-RENT-A-CAR Rood book .In.. 1971.
For Veterans and servicemen 17 yrs. & up. free delivery to most
FOR SALE areas. 6217 Roosevelt Blvd. In back of
House & Garage Apt. Zoned Com Hess Service Station. 3875413.
PLANNING A PARTYOR BANQUETCall mercial 5856 Blandlng Blvd. Near
2649166. 103rd Shopping Center. 7715168.
Fleet Reserve of Jax, inc. By Appointment Only) NEW LOCATION
5391 Collins Road LOWER PRICES

GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. 66 Chevy AT, Air, $595 !
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. RENTALSORANGE 66 Comet AT, $595
Pick up & Delivery Available. 66 VW Clean$695
Grooming, Defining & Bathing. 67 Valiant AT, Air $695 We gave them the VW 16-polnt Safety and Performance Inspection.
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard 65 Fury III, AT, Alr$645 Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
{ accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 PARK FINANCINGAVAILABLEROYCESMITH And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
Edgewood Crt. 3890064.()) 2 BR., Apts. turn or unfurn., Dishwasher major mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on in and
Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth 890 Cassat Ave. 384.3658 double check .
Apt., 771-1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS..
SEWING MACHINE 41 FALCON ENGINETRANMISIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
. GOLDEN SEWI Bucket Seats, Ready To Go. Sticker 8> ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
I have 5 1971 Golden Sew Singer Zig Air Conditioned, 2-Bedroom, Living All. $125. Rea! Clean.
Zags. Used for display In model Room, Kitchen, Bkfstnook, parking 56 Ford Pick-Up $100 Good Cond.. 771- 71 VW STATION WAGON Air conditioned, Radio, Less
I homes.Will sell for a fraction of their space for 2 cars, water, sewage, 7397. than 20,000 miles $2995
I cost. $65 cash or terms. Free home garbage, lawn service. Furnished 70 FASTBACK. Sharpl! $2095
I trial. Call Display Manager 7376502. $120. Unfurnished $100 plus 4 percent CAMARO FOR SALE 69 VW FAST BACK. Air conditioned. $1895
tax. 387-2541 Weekends, 389-0744
sales
: 350 Cu Engine., A-T, A-C, Spoiler, 71 "411"VW SEDAN 4-Door, Air Conditioned,
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS R&H, and Console. Call 4:30 P.M. 38... SU7S
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape 3 BR. UNFURN HOME 3237. R&H.
Players. At dealers cost to liquidate FOR RENT 71 SUPER BEETLE Air Conditioned, R&H, Low
| stock. Full warranty I Phone 7710409. A-C, Dble Carport, 5822 Tamplco Rd. mileage. $2295
$145 mo. 398-4727. Fenced back yd. CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS
61 KARMANN GHIA Radloand heater. $1575
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| Wilford's Fish Camp. 2649707. DUCLAY ESTATES 6 cyl., 4-dr., Needs work. $600. 66 K ARM ANN GHIA CONVERTIBLE Radio and

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. FLYTO WHERE? Air Cond. Fenced Yd. $155 Mo. 771- AT, AC, PS, PB, Luggage Rack. 70 VW SEDAN Radloand Heater. WS

Anywhere, you want, flight In- 8383. $1895. 69 VW SEDAN Radloand Heater. $1595
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or charter. Call Dick or Bill
1'1j636. Wagon. "327" V-8, AT, PS, PB, AC, 68 VW SEDAN Radloand Heater. $1495
ORANGE, 5 PARK mins. to NAS, Needs work. $1250.Contact 66 VW SEDAN Air conditioned, Radio and Heater,
2 BR, Furn. Apt.
LAWNS EDGING A MOWING Conv. to schools. Rent to TAD per. Ron Rohrer Nice carl S1295
I curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We sonnel or bachelors. 2646884. 384-5941 71 VW CAMPER Radio and Heater, only 5,000
|clean up the mess and leave It.neat. S3495
Call Hart, 771.3211 Ext. 8340. miles.
70 VW POP-TOP CAMPER. Radloand heater. $3195

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t. I ftttStfm-x-" <<=& >' <:> straight, the Cecil bowling lanesIs Venerable old Jim Lee (last
In
: the slab
the place to be on 1819-22-23: hope of the south) toed
. f ECL; W.1 and 24 November. All you have to the curtain raiser and proved four
SPORTSBy In his
< do is roll 10 balls down the middle nearly untouchable
the officersto
J >> without touching the 4.7.6 10 Inning stint, limiting
, DTC J.D, Brewster :: but one scratch hit Jim was
pins and you've got your
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Interested bowlers are requestedto teammates. LTJG
t old
:I'' FOOTBALL earn the dubious distinction of one-handed catches ever seen in register at the counter in the dottering Curran was nearly effective -

. After viewing the antics of facing Cecil Field in the final this area for the 6 pointer.In CF bowling lanes, pay $1.00 and Larry giving up but 3 hits.

Cecil Field's passing combination Shootout at the Jax O.K. corral I the 2nd quarter, the Jackson fire away. The shoot will be held However, he was victimized by
of Jackson find Jackson early Saturday morning. boys again teamed up to score between 1300 and 1600 on the days rather unusual fielding
Pensacola sky high for the another td. With the ball on his mentioned above. If you roll nine some .
(no relation, and not a law firm) was support from his teammates.In
I in the recent 6 ND Touch Football game, but the deadly accuracy of own 15 yard line, Don found straight and elect to try and
tourney,local fans might well ask quarterback Don Jackson and Larry open on the 30 and layed convert the split you will win a the second game, the CPO's
"Sullivan and Beasley who"? Larry Jackson's sticky fingers the ball in. Larry found a tiny bowling ball of your choice. sent Tough Tommy Thompson to
Following their opening win proved too much. When a opening, broke through and American League Tuesday the mound (he was the only CPOto

over NAS, Meridian by forfeit, sparkling offense is paired with a romped the remainder of the way Nite Bowling: Four keglers have a grasp as to how slow
the Raiders routed NAS,Jax 46-6 stingy defense a team has the to pay dird. D Jackson com- tossed 500 sets: Bobby Meek pitch games are played) and he
and polished off a strong NCTC, ideal combination for a suc- pleted a pass in the end zone to ((528, 154-178-196)); Mark Bryant responded to the occasion by
Pensacola team 28.6 to gain the cessful season. give the Raiders a 140 lead. (514, 193-164-157); Carl Baver leading the CPO's to a 15.2 rout

finals and a crack at defendingtheir Late In the opening quarter, NCTC put 6 points on the board ((512, 162159.191 and Eytcheson of their antagonists.
6ND title.Meanwhile Don hit his namesake Larry in before the half ran outD. ((605, 138-170-198)). Dick The CPO's put the game out of
Pensacola moved the end zone with a bomb. Larry Jackson tossed another Geselbrach rolled a 209 and Keith reach with a six run outburst In
through the l losers bracket to made one of the most spectacular bomb in the 3rd quarter, but Kosse 205 (you should have seen the initial frame. The officers
failed to convert on the p.a.t Keith's other two games). Chic scored two in the final inning to
After the Raiders again gained Chirichello is reported to be in the avert a shutoutAs
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A EE NCTC tried an on-side kick Standings: the officers off balance.
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Double Losers By JOSN John DOOM


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Jax Emotions are always high when players are involved in a
championship game,whether it is the Super Bowl, Pop Warner or the RANK OR TITLE. AGE PHONE
6th Naval District Touch Football Championship.
It was therefore surprise last weekend that tempers flared duringthe
game betweenNCTC Pensacola and Cecil Field which Cecil won 20 SERVICE NUMBER
12 for the 6ND Championship. But it was a surprise that a team In-
volved in a championship game let their emotions get out of hand. (This week's games)
There were some bad calls made in last Saturday's game for both 4 4
sides, but it seemed that most of them were going against NCTC AIR FORCE COLORADO
Pensacola. The true mark of a good team is how well they react to
such a situation and Pensacola's reaction was anything but what is
expected of a team involved in a championship game. MICHIGAN OHIO STATE
Cecil's Quarterback was being decked well after he had released the
ball, threats from the Pensacola bench were directed at NAS Athletic USC UCLA --
Director Frank McCaffrey although' he was not in hearing distance of
them, comments that were in bad taste were directed at some of the
ladies on the Cecil Field side of the field and a very loud threat was MIAMI HOUSTON
made to one of the referees after the game was over. Bynum Wins
Pensacola had a very good ball club. The only team they lost to in NOTRE DAME LSU
the double elimination tournament was Cecil Field and holding Cecilto

20 points is a feat that hasn't accomplished by many teams this SOUTH CAROLINA WAKE FOREST ._____ UPicUmJaxIt
I year.
It was a shame that Pensacola had to spoil their good showing as a was another bad week
football team with a bad display of sportsmanship and just plain bad PRINCETON DARTMOUTH for the favorites in football and
manners. the only one who managed to

Boat Outing SYRACUSE WEST VIRGINIASAN foreseeit was HN C.W. Bynum
who managed a 9-1 record to
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FRANCISCO LOS ANGELES .
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QUIET ATMOSPHERE Club has organized a weekend
IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIMIIIIIIIIMMMIIIII outing for November 20 and 21 Bynum, who is attached to
IDEALLY LOCATED FOR which will depart from the NAS MIAMI BALTIMORETIE Medical Supply at the Naval
Hospital,picked Duke over Wake
CECILFIELD.N.A.S.CLOSE Marina at 9:00: on Saturday
Forest for his only miss.A .
morning. The group will go to
TO SCHOOLS,
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Shell Harbor which is known as
CHURCHES AND
SHOPPING AREAS the 'Bass Fishing Capitol of the BREAKER:predict final score on the game between Notre Dame been at the Naval Hospitalfor
World'. Motels and restaurantswill and LSU.Indicate winners in other games by a check mark. about 20 months and lives in
I III J Bill!: lf! !! Jacksonville with his wife Bobbi.
be available. All military BALLOT BOXES:For NAS and Cecil Field are located at Galley One
Take 103rd to Firestone personnel who don't have and the Navy Exchange near the Lay-Away counter. Ballots must be There are only two ballots left
Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks boats but would like to go along in by noon Friday each week or they won't be picked up. GOOD to fill out (counting this week's)
Past Forrest High School. LUCK! which doesn't leave much time
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first score making it 20-6 In favor of Cecil. intent on stopping him. Jackson receives trophy from LCdr R.E. Jastremski.


Jax-Cecil Field won their third pass. yards for the score. on Friday 22.14 for their second Glynco 16-6 before falling to
straight 6th Naval District Touch The first time Cecil had the ball An attempted on-sides kick by defeat in the tournament Jax Orlando.
Football title last weekend 20-12 in the second half they promptly Pensacola failed to go the had previously beaten Orlanao Cecil Field is now participating I
over NCTC Pensacola on the scored again as the Jackson to required 20-yards( before it was 21-20 in overtime then fell to Cecil in the East Coast Invitational
strength of Don Jackson's Jackson duo combined for a 65- recovered so Cecil Field took 46-6 but promptly came back to Touch Football Tournament
passing and Larry Jackson's yard score. over and ran out the clock. defeat Charleston 20.12 and being held at NAS Norfolk.
pass catching and running Pensacola finally got their Cecil Field had met the Pen-
abilities. offensive game working in the sacola team previously in the
Cecil Field led 14-0 at the halfas last quarter as Tom Meyers double-elimination tournament WANTEDPeople
Don Jackson tossed a touch- caught a pass in the end zone for and it was almost the same storyas
down pass to Michael Dominyand their first score. It was Meyers Pensacola fell 28-6.
Larry Jackson sprinted for again the final moments of the The Jax Navy team made an who need extra income!
30-yards after catching a Jackson game as he intercepted a Don excellent try for the Championship

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