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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 24, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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After Six-Month Battle


A,X AI, Ft, N E WS i iI i I
: ;, PassedJax
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I Bill
.. .. New Pay

The JAX AIR NEWS .It a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper In addition, the bill eliminates propriate Dependents Assistance:
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station Secretary of the Navy much of the inequity between the Act allowance increase for some
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a John H. Chaffee, as well as the 1.6 million service members 270,000 junior enlisted personnelin
private/irm. AU Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS other Service Secretaries played living in government quartersand pay grade EM with less than
must be forwarded to the Public Affalra Office, Box 2, NAS a major role in winning the the 1.0 million members who four years service and below,and
Jacksonville' by 12:09 noon on Monday before publication. News passage last week of the military are required to secure civilian provides single and married
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone' 772-3/19 or pay raise bill. economy housing. rates in much the same manner
3119. In a Joint letter tent per- The rates achieve 85 percent of as the Basic Allowance for
sonnally to each Senate memberand the Federal Housing Ad Quarters is provided to the
"Everything' advertised 'in this publication must be made the President of the Senate, ministration's standard for
available purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, the Service Secretaries wrote, based on a remainder of the force.
creed color, national origin' or sex of the purchaser, user' or "...Any further delay may Nationwide housing expenses The bill provides pay increasesfor
survey.
patron. A confirmed' violation' or rejection of this policy of equal Jeopardize beyond redemptionthe The bill adds up to$87 a monthto 80 percent, or approximately
opportunities by an advertiser will result 'In the refusal to print prospects achieving an All the tax free quarters 2,069,325 members, of, the active
advertising, from that source," Volunteer Force by July 1, M73." allowances of officers and duty force.
In the six months since the bill basic
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries first came to the floor of the enlisted men for, bringing the to the All in all, the bill substantially
allowance quarters up
concerning, such should directed to; Senate on May 6, it had been the FHA determined improves the attraction of
subject of more than 64 amendments 85 percent military service and will, con-
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY and 400 speeches, plus formula. currently, have an important
4747 Sap Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 hours of debate, delays and Dependents Allowance impact on retention of ex

Telephone 388-2755. threatened filibusters. pensively trained, highly .
Those Affected The bill provides an ap- skilled personnel.
VOL. 29 NO. 36 'NOVEMBER 24 1971 and
Some 50,000 junior officers
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enlisted active A ft
1.4 million men on
duty will be affected by the basic Raise Effect
Sets $6,000 PurseMayport pay raises, as well as about Pay .
525,000 Reservists and National
Guardsmen participating in
Will Host inactive duty training periods.In NEW BASIC PAY RATES

round numbers, the increases GRADE YEARS NEW
designed to attract 2 $570,30
enough men so that draft calls 0.2
$495'00
PGA be eliminated by June 30, .2
Navy TourneyMayport can 0.1 'f,,
1973-are$131 for an E-l; $150, E- ....: ,, .2 $515.407
2; and $131, $74, $39, $39 and $44 ;_2 $433.40
for E-3 through E7. Raises of E- :,", .2 $382.80E6
-What will probably be the first professionalgolf about$45 a month are also set for $336.30E5
association tournament to be hosted by a U.S. Naval second and first lieutenants with .2
$323.40
Base will take place next month at the Mayport Naval less than two years. E-4 .2, 2 $341.40

Station. BillIncludes ,3 $361.20
1beNavy.Mayport Open,with expand to$10,000 plus by mid 4 $389.40
an expected field of some 200 top December, making the NMO one .' .':
of the richest PGA Tourneys on .6
professional golfers, is scheduledfor ,
the weekend of December 18 the Florida Winter Tour.A $405.00" 8 : .p $405.00
will also be awardedfor ', ,
new car : ( $311.10
and 19 at the Naval Station Golf .2
the first hole In one scored
New E-3.
Course. The guaranteed DraftJax 2 $328.20
minimum tournament purse has any time two during. day,the 36 .tournament.The hole stroke. .,R .).4.LYJ I I '..:\ ::3 fl t era ? I' $341.10

been set at $6,000 but is expectedWanted play tourney will be open to the' Just how does the new .: .t.) ; 'j.. t ..t". '!i.. 4 U-: ., : ''I'l \ .$354.60
public and admission will be free. Military Selective Service' Act, : ':-," :t'; 'IJ '6 $354.60
Admission will also be free for which Includes the military pay .' ',\'\ ', .2 $299.10
spectators at the Pro Am event raise, increase retention rates E-2' :t:;'h\\' \ : "
scheduled to preceed the NMOon among the lower ranking ,'; 2 $299.10
Friday, December 17. enlistees and Junior officers? \ 3 $299.10
Pal DayDrivers Local amateurs are Invited to While the pay raise is one of the 1.3 $268.50
register now to participate with most significant steps toward the E.1 .2 $268.50
the pros in the Pro -, Am com all volunteer force, the bill also '.:' $268.50
petition. Entry blanks are introduces important, additional 2
available at most local golf reforms to the draft to make it as
courses and at the Mayport Pro fair and equitable as possible as NEW BAQ RATES
Shop. Amateurs may register, or the military progresses towardits WITH
Jax Once again the nation's PAY WITHOUT
non golfers may sponsor an volunteer force. DEPENDENTS
oldest city is extending its amateur under the Blue Gold The draft extension was signed GRADE DEPENDENTS
hospitality to all local ser Sponsor for$20. This will include into law on September 28 by 0.1 $230.40 $288.00
vicemen and their guests for a Greens Fees, the cocktail partyon President Nixon. While he hopes 0-9 $230.40 $288.00
fun-filled day on annual "Pal December 17th, complimentary this is the last time he must signan $288.00
Day" December 4. golf ball, a cap with extension, he will retain a 0-8 $230.40 288 00
In cooperation with the St. emblem and their names on the standby draft system beyond 0-7 $230.40 258:30:
Augustine USO Council, the cityIs Blue Gold Sponsor Board. July 1, 1973 in the interest of Q-6 $211.80
opening its many attractionsfree The field for the NMO will be national security. 0-5 : $198.30 $238.80
of charge to military per restricted to 200 entries. If less "The Administration,"he said, ":. $215.40
sonnel and their immediate than 200 professionals apply, "is committed to achieving the 0-4 $178.80 $195.60
family, including girl friends or positions will be made availableto reforms in military life as well as 0-3 $158.40
boy friends of unmarried per amateurs who may compete in the public support to cur Armed 0-2 $138.60 $175.80
sOMe!. Wives and families of the NMO for $25. Checks shouldbe Forces which will make possiblean 0-1 $108.90 $141.60
men overseas are also invited to made payable to the Mayport end to peacetime conscription.The W-4 $207' 90
attend by showing their iden-- scales $172.50 $191:70:
Open. more equitable pay W.3
tification cards. In order to participate in the provided by this Act are essentialto $155.40
Plans are underway now to Pro Am event, amateurs must achieving this goal." W.2 $137.10 $173.70
arrange free bus transportationfrom have a current USGA Handicapand The legislation amended W.l $123.90 $160.80

NAS Jax to St. Augustinefor hold a full golfing mem- certain provisions, primarily E-9 . $130.80 $184 20'
about 130 people. However, bership at a club. Amateur en- giving the President the E-8 ? r $172:20:
volunteer drivers who are tries must be attested by 'their authority to end college deferments $122.10 $161 40
licensed to drive Navy buses are club or professional. except for bona fide E.7 $104.70 $150'00
needed to drive to and from the Amateur division will be: 03,4- divinity school students. Also, the E-6 $ 95.70

city.The 6, 7.9 gross basis and 10-Over net Senate rider, known as the E-5 $ 92.70 $138.60
day's activities will beginat basis.The maximum for the Pro. Mansfield Amendment, urging E-4 (over 4)) I' $ 81.60 $121:50:
8 a.m. and end at 6:30: p.m. Am will be 18. him to withdraw from Vietnam $121'50
with 28 tourist attractions offering For further Information, nine months after the law was E-4 ((4 or less) $ 81.60 $105'00

free admission and tours contact the Mayport Golf Pro, signed and after American POWs E.3 $ 72.30
throughout the day.A Dave Hull, at 246-5380 or visit the were repatriated, was acceptedas E-2 $ 63.00 $105.00
free ham dinp r will be Pro Shop on station. the intent of Congress but with E-l $ 60.00 $105'00
served by the USO at the Lyceumon The 17th, 18th and 19th of the objectionable nine month
S. St. George St. from 3:00: December will be Red Letter Dayon deadline removed. The raise in Basic pay and in quarters allowances provided by the
6:30: p.m.Licensed. the local golfing calendar and The act calls for further pay draft act of Sept 28 went into effect on Nov. 14. The day Phase I
drivers who want to the general public is invited to reductions in military man of the economic freeze ended.
volunteer to drive the buses and attend and see some top. notch power: lowering the Army's Pay of entering E Is Is nearly doubled from $134.40 to $268.50 a
take advantage of Pal Day play.If manpower by 50,000 while Saw That$268.50 will be paid as long as a man is an E .1. Under the
festivities as well are urged to successful, the PGA Tour- reducing the Navy and Air Force the$134.40 went to$143.70 after three months and$191.10 after
call Arthur Slocumb at Ext. 2370or nament will become an annual by 3,000 each. These reductionswill two years.
2379. Florida Winter Tour event at have to be achieved by the E-ZS also will get the same amount of money $299.10 as long as
Bus schedules will be announced Mayport and the golfing public is end of FY 72 and are based on they are in grade. The old under two year rate was $149.10 and the
in next week's Jax Air encouraged to attend and support "average" not "year end" over two rate was $208.80. For the most in this grade the Increase also
News. golf in the Jacksonville area. strength. is a virtual doubling of pay .

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I Thanksgiving. Message I I IIt 1 1DON'T


is entirely appropriate that our nation set aside a
special day for the purpose of pausing and giving thanksto

God for His many blessings and mercies.As .

Individuals, we need this traditional day to reflect
upon the countless things for which we can be thankful.We .
are grateful for our work, our families and friends.
We are thankful for our nation as the leader of all

freedom-loving people, proud of Its past and hopeful of
its future.

. I want to express my appreciation to all of you in
Naval Air Forces, Atlantic for your continued loyaltyand
devotion to duty In our efforts to achieve world

stability. We have every right to be proud of the accomplishments
of the past year. _.,. ,-
LET THIS BE YOUR FATE as you travel over the
This annual
observance the
provides opportunity for Thanksgiving Holiday. Are you In the habit of breaking the speed
us to express our deep gratitude for the dedicated limit,driving too long without a rest or taking that one last drink for .
service 'and sacrifices of all those who. are separated road?? (
RPRRTmenTI(
from their homes and families: prisoners of war, men These and many more can lead us to a similar disaster. Let's not THe
missing In action, those In hospitals, In ships at sea and wait until the mangled forms are our families and the twisted steel WITH
is our car. Get Involved In safe driving habits now.
those standing duty /icre and abroad.On 6/ujimminGPOOL/
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Thanksgiving
Day, us express our It
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(Complaints seem inevitable when far reaching fiscal .
changes are made, whether the change is made in a I
teenager's allowance or in the international balance of

payments.)
Some young enlisted men are griping because lower-
ranking officers also received substantial increases in

pay. "They're making too much money already!"

seems to be the most frequently heard rallying cry. So
On the other side of the coin (no pun intended), some ( In\ Many (( \

career men are saying things like "I started out at $78 a J
month and I always made ends meet. Those guys can do )) Reasons for1Drn'

it too." .
In the meanwhile, some of the people outside the
military community are complaining because ANY of

us got a raise.
The complainers seem to be over looking a simple,
but too often over looked, fact.
The Service is just what the definition of the word

states; "performance of labor for the benefit of

another".
And all the "Anothers" sink or swim together. "


The Spirit Of ThanksgivingIn
Neighbors, friends, a bright

the age of Aquarius For the love that makes us happy future there's so much to be proudof
Full of trials hard to bear For the tools that makes us free
The glorious thought of living For the thought that someone cares as citizens of this community. We
Brings a spirit to our ear. For all those about his feet.It .
are grateful to all our patrons and wish
solicits the |toy of giving For the child that cries In nakednessAs
it marches in infinite strife; In November's blistering chill you a "rich-in-togetherness" holiday.
Waging war against pain of hunger For the hope that someone listens
For the bare necessities of life. And today is listening stili.Elizabeth .

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NAS Cecil This weeks Around F
Cecil column has an assortmentof \4y i
P reenlistments and a
Iif vrJtf4 retirement. Featuring in this ry L T

weeks column is VA-83 and VA-
105. If you other squadrons
aboard Cecil or if any activities ,
have reenlistments or
retirements let the LATWINGER
know. ,
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VA-83 AMS2 James P. Havrad
AEC, Alfred A. Wageman of I
VA-83 reenlisted for another 6
years bringing his total Naval
Service to 22 years. Wageman,
his wife Frances, and their three
children reside at 6056
Georgewood Lane East,

Jacksonville, Fla.
CSt,Wayland E. Danley also of
I AEC Alfred A. Wagcman VA-83 reenlisted on 17 Sept. 71

for three years,bringing his total
Naval Service to 20 years.Danleyis a>v
presently attached to the Cecil
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klii Field galley. His wife Elizabethis
currently residing in Samson, "
Alabama M#
Attack Squadron ONE HUN
DRED FIVE is proud of two
recent Gunslinger reenlistees:
r{ tf AMS2 James Havard and HM3
i" Terry W. Smith. HM3 Terry W. Smith
II I Havard, a native bf Mobile, I
Alabama, reenlisted for four .. .. __ _
years. He entered the Service in
.....:' ''; 1967 and since then has com
:. pleted numerous Navy schools.
., / /;
t .'"r I '"J His present assignment is with
the check crew, a reflection of
CS1 Wayland E. Danley "know
... considerable maintenance

how"Smith is currently attached to

Government Personnel Mutual the dispensary. He entered the __
Navy in late 1969 and attended a __
Life Insurance sixteen week course in Great
Company Lakes, Illinois. He reenlisted for ,
'spe lalid" 'In service to the military' six years and hopes in the near '(t-
future to attend Car-
JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVEJIM diopulmonary Technician School.

RICHARDSON G.A. Dixon, the Fire Capt.,of

Cdr. USN NAS Cecil recently retired. ....,. ... ..
(Ret.) in of .. IL S c ;;.u.
Dixon came to Cecil Sept. :
11659 Jonathan Rd. 1952 and after almost 10 years I
G.A. Dixon
Jacksonville 32225 here retired Friday, Nov. 5.
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Tel: 724 6833 VA-72

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Chapel from 10 a.m. till noon. We will
ROOSEVELTcar LL be discussing our plans for our up.
h
.. coming Christmas party to be held on
December 18. So come on out and get
f acquainted with our small, but ever
growing group of the friendliest galsIn
wash town. Bring the kids, there's a
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Boy Scouts


Honor NARF


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I Lieutenant CommanderJohn
I W. Duncan, Engines and -
Special Projects Officer, and
I' AFCM Ray Meadows, AssistantA7 i
Projects Officer, at NARF -
have been cited by the Muskogee <; 4 E
District, Boy Scouts of America, .
for "outstanding leadership" 9 d rWi1
LCdr. Duncan received the
H: t "Shorty" Ingram Award as the 1 ;
I Outstanding Scout Leader and
I -- -- Chief Meadows received the //1
I Captain Philip W. Smith feels at home in the cockpit of his C. 118 Outstanding Cub Master Awardon / :
:. transport aircraft, which he files regularly as commanding officer of November 18 at the District N
I M i.:,, : VR-5J. Scout Leaders' Appreciation
in Jacksonville. HONOR GRADUATE, AW3 Lewis Sipka, receives I certificate of
Banquet
Achievement and a$50 check for academic excellence an Instructor
LCdr. Duncan's wife ,Mrs.
Aviator Beats trainee from Capt. Hugh Tate.
Dorothy Duncan, also received I

recognition Leader as the in OutstandingDen Muskogee A W3 Sipka Leads ClassJax

A 11- Time RecordJax District.
At a similar event, William H.
AW3 Lewis Sipka is one will be responsible for instructing
Baker, Aircraft Mechanic in the of many who make NARTU's Naval Air Reservists here as
A Navy pilot here thinks special crew and other unlogged Constant Speed Drive Shop, training department one of the radar operators for P3A and P3B
the score board in the Air Force miscellaneous flight time that received the Outstanding Scout most efficient in the Navy. aircraft.
ball park is not functioning can be verified. Master Award and Ray G. Like most TAR instructors he Capt. Hugh J, Tate, com-
properly.He Capt. Smith is a C 118 tran Splinter, Administrative has attended the instructor manding officer of the unit,
was referring to a recent sport plane commander and Assistant in the Production Office training school at Memphis, presented the award along with
article which appeared in the Air regularly flies Navy logistic was cited for his contributions in Tenn. And, like others, he ex- letters of commendation from the
Force Times claiming 25,000 support missions. He recently connection with Troop and Pack celled in both academic Chief of Naval Operations, the
flying hours were logged by an completed a three week organizations and extension achievement and class leader- Chief of Naval Technical
Air Force colonel for an all time mission flying the graduating work. ship. Training and the Chief of Naval
record for military pilots while Navy Test Pilot class from Teen Club Sipka, however, went further. Air Reserve Training.This .
quoting officials as saying the Patuxent River, Md. on their Graduating first in his class, he is not the first time Sipka
Navy hasn't anyone in the ballpark annual field trip to flight test has received the William 0. has excelled in class. Out of five
centers in Western Europe.A Holds HopThe Florstedt Certificate of schools he has attended in the
Capt. Philip W. Smith, com- Naval Reservist, Capt.Smith Achievement and a check for $50 Navy, he graduated with honors
manding officer of Fleet Tactical served in World War II and the NAS Jax Teen Club will for his excellence.The from all five, including AW Class
Support Squadron 50 (VR-50)), Korean Conflict with Navy patrol have a Record Hop Friday, Nov. "A" School at Memphis.
headquartered here at NARTU, and transport squadrons. In 26 from 8-11:30: p.m. award acknowledges Sipka first enlisted in 1964 at
has flown more than 25,000 duringhis addition to commanding VR-50's Pool and ping pong, dancing to outstanding Navy graduates of Annapolis, Md. After completingbasic
29 year Navy career. Ac- active duty and selected air records and refreshments will be the Basic Instructor training training and Class "A"
cording to the captain, his logged reservists, he is a practicing available. course. Graduates play a vital School he served at NARTU
flight pilot hours total 24,005.4 attorney in Miami and an active Admission is free to membersand role in effectively training Navy North Island, Calif until his
l plus an estimated 1,600 hours and DC.8 captain with Delta airlines. 50 cents for guests. personnel. Petty Officer Sipka transfer here in January.
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::: Tinted glass 350 engine, Tubo 71 Fleetside Pickup Full Fact. Equip., Tinted i to repeal the 7 per cent
: Hydramatic PS, PB WSW Heavy duty rear springs, radio, Glass' WSW Tires, WheelCovers excise tax on new
I: tires. pushbutton radio Fac gauges i-cyl., factory air. Push Button Radio, ,, passenger cars retroactive
Fact. Fresh Air Heater.
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Merit Promotions HI


Civil Service Highlights Jax The following Merit applications, the registers
Promotion Announcements were established are considered
Issued this week: inadequate Insofar as the number
Supervisory Supply of eligibles is concerned.

Technician, GS-2005-7 (101.71)) Boiler Plant Operator, WG 7
StudentsDon't Supervisory Messenger, GS- (37-70))
Delay 302-3 (102-71))
Painter, WG-9 (103-71)) Refrigerator Mechanic, WG-lo
Although the following Merit (36-71)

Applying For Summer JobsJax Promotion open continuously Announcements for receipt are of Pipefitter, ((33-71))


High School and college a ltalnedeligibllity on the Sum- the written test 1972 Premium Rates
students must attain ellgiblity for mer Employment Examination. Tests are scheduled for
Federal summer employment as Those interested in such January 8, February 12 and I
soon as possible. summer jobs should review'Civil March 11.Applications.
Summer jobs with the Federal Service Commission postmarked after Released By CSCreleased
Government in grades GS 1 Examination Announcement No. February 2 will not be accepted.
through GS.4 and PS 5 (postal 414, "Summer Jobs in FederalAgencies" Applicants may obtain further
rates by the Civil
Service Clerk Carrier) will be issued on October 26, information and an applicationcard Jax The 1972 premium Service
filled by candidates who have and submit an application to take Form 5000 AB at the for the plans participating In the Commission.Plan .
._ -- --,- Employment Office, Bldg. 907, Federal Employees Health benefits for 1972 will be
between 7:30: and 11:30: a.m. Benefits Program have been the same as they were in 1971 and
premium increases have been
held to an absolute minimumthe
Commission explained. The
CiviliaiJax i MenuSteak premium changes become ef-
fective January 9, 1972.
The following are biweekly

Following is the Jax with Yellow Rice, Bar- deductions from employees' pay:
Civilian Cafeteria's menu for the becue Pork on Buns, 7 oz. Service Benefit
week of November 29.December Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Blue.Cross.Blue Shield
3. Mashed Potatoes, SteamedRice Self Only High Option: $8.25
Monday,November 29 String Beans, Beets, Pinto ((101))
Beans. Self and Family- High Option
Minnestrone Soup, Minute Combination Salad, Tossed $19.87 ((102)
Steaks with Mushroom Gravy, Salad, Chefs Salad Bowl, Plain Self Only Low Option: $2.40
Baked Franks and Beans, Baked Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage ((104))
3'=rr Meat Loaf, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Self and Family-Low Option:
Fish. Fruit Cup, Cucumber Mix, $5.88 (105)
Mashed Potatoes, French Stuffed Eggs.
Steamed Rice Coconut Cream Pie,Apple Pie, Indemnity Benefit
Fried Potatoes, ,
FOR A WORTHY CAUSE Mrs. Helen Kincaid, wife of HAS
(Aetna)
Okra and Devil Food Cake, Assorted
Commanding Officer, Capt. John R. Klncald/ presents the first Buttered Squash,
calendar In an Officers' Wives Club protect to Melvin G. Hawker, Tomatoes, Navy Beans. Pudding. Self Only-High Option: $5.89(201))
I Director of the Navy Publications Printing Service Branch OfficeIn Combination Salad, Tossed Thursday,December 2 Self and Family-High Option:
Bldg.721.The money raised from the sale will be used to help a local Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain $14.48 (202)
needy family at Christmas. ..... Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Vegetable Soup, Stuffed Self Only-Low Option: $2.68 (204))
Cheese, Fruit Cup, String Bean Peppers, Brisket of Beef with Self and Family-Low Option:
St. Louis, formerly was Salad, Waldorf Salad. Cabbage, Liver with Onions,7 oz. $6.40 (205))
known as "Mound City" for Almond Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Chopped Sirloin, Fish. AFGE
MOIMDA i> some 150 Indian temple and Layer Cake, Assorted Pudding. Mashed Potatoes French
,
burial mounds in its vicinity, Self Only-HlghOption: $4.68 ((301))
reminders of the Mississippian Tuesday,November 30 Fried Potatoes, Steamed Rice, Self and Family-High Option:
MOTORS & CYCLES CO. culture that flourished there Corn, Lima Beans, Mustard
4949 BLANDING BLVD. between the ninth and sixteenth Bean Soup, Broiled Pork Chops Greens. $12.79 (302))
PHONE 7714244 centuries, according to the Na- with Apples, Roast Beef on Block Combination Salad, Tossed Self Only-Low Option: $2.37 (304))
tional Geographic Society. with New Potatoes, Chili and Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Self and Family-Low Option:
Rice,7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage $6.91 ((305))
Mashed Potatoes, French Cheese. Employees' deductions for low
Fried Potatoes, Steamed Rice, Fruit with Cottage Cheese, option enrollments for the above
THIS IS WHERE Peas, Blackeyes, Turnip Greens. Fruit Cup, Beets and Onions, plans will be the same in 1972 as
Combination Salad, Tossed Tuna Salad. they were this year.
WE FLY Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, ,Plain Egg Custard, Apple Pie, Deductions for high option
Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage Banana Cake, Assorted Pudding. enrollments will be changed as
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese. follows: 101 increase $2.65, 102
Fruit Cup, Health Salad, Friday,December 3 increase $6.40, 201 decrease .44,
Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Clam Chowder, Fried Chicken, 202 decrease $1.14; 301 increase
Peach Shortcake, Assorted Trout Almondine, Swiss Steaks, .19 and 302 increase. 54.
Pudding.Wednesday. 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Tuna Employees who wish to enroll
,December 1 Noodle Casserole. and change plans or enrollment
Mashed Potatoes, French within their present plan should
Cream of Chicken
Soup, Fried Potatoes, Steamed Rice, contact their' division.
Chicken and
Dumplings, Country Mixed Vegetables.

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represents the Scheduled Airlines of the U.S.A., and Is here to
serve.the Military Installations In all their air transportationneeds. BAR-B-QUE

We have complete airline Information to show you that traveling '
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are only a few ways you can save money. h SomethingGood 7 DAYS A WEEK
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OFFICE INSTALLED FOR FUEL OIL

(JAMTO) COME IN AND LOOK AND KEROSENE
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M OR CALL 771.5118or724.7411 INSPECTION AND SERVICE
MAYPORTi Building 24, Phone 246-5427 Bank \'EEP FULL FUELSERVICE
0800 1630 Monday thru Friday Financing SERVICE FOR ALL HOME
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NAS JAX Bldg. 13 Main Gate Ext. 2449 or 387.2811 AIRCONDITIONING
; HOURS 0745 1700 Monday thru Friday RAY E.
0900 1300 SaturdayNAS
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CECIL Finance Office, Phone 771-3211, Ext. 8122 ADDITIONS
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NROTC

Eagles Of VP-16

Become 1r I,)i, ,;:,j ;dI :L
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BookseekersJax ; '.. n.t't: :\;;/';'" :i Flying Home To Jax

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Amid the bustle of }, Jax The Eagles of Patrol supported U. S. Sixth Fleet antisubmarine -
coordinating a recently Squadron 16 will return to their and surveillance
established organization, the home nest here next week after missions in the Mediterranean,
NROTC Unit staff at Jacksonville :'c,, winding up a five month missionat operating from their deployment
University have become .' ,J ".. '-,' Sigonella, Sicily. site at Naval Air Facility,
professional bookseekers for An advance party of 20 men Sigonella
their students. arrived Saturday and the rest of The squadron flies nine P 3A
The Unit is presently building a $25 men will arrive Monday Orion patrol aircraft
professional reference library for MINORITY MEETING Lieutenant Commander William S. through Wednesday. Cdr. James
the Midshipmen and Staff. They Norman, minority affairs assistant to the Chief of Naval Operations, Wetzel, squadron skipper, is
need current, professional, nonfiction discusses equal I opportunity In the Navy during one of several scheduled to arrive noon Wed- dJJlI
books or periodicals meetings he held here last Thursday LCdr. Norman visited nesdav with the remaining crew.
related to Navy and Marine Jacksonville as part of a five day tour of Navy Installations In.. While deployed, the squadron
Corps history, strategy and Southeastern states I
tactics, marine sciences,
seamanship, foreign affairs, Two Named "
political science, military <9
biographies etc.
,
Maybe you have some of these PO Club :'. 1.
books gathering dust on your ." ,,', mTHANKOOIYINO
bookshelves and would like to put '
them to use. The NROTC Unit AdvisorsJax
can give new life and value to
these books by putting them into I FOFt
the hands of tomorrow's Navy Two retirees, both
leaders Navymen have been elected to
If you would like to donate serve on the Petty Officers Mess
books or publications, either drop (Open) Advisory Group as
them off at the NROTC buildingat primary and alternate I DINNERs [
the north end of the representatives for all retired
Jacksonville University campusor military patrons eligible to use
the Jax Air News office in the mess.
Bldg. 1, Room 230 at NAS
Jacksonville. This is a first for the area and
will allow the growing military
New Station retired community a voice in the
operation of the club. I
For RecruitingJax
Elected as primary member of ,
The local Naval the group was E. "Red" Hammock ,
Recruiting Command has a retired ADI currently Je ..'
announced the opening of a employed in the AIMD Tower I'
new Naval Recruiting Plants section. The alternate is
Station in Jacksonville. Bob Casper, a retired ADR2 ,
The new station is employed in the NARTU
located in the Normandy technical Library.
Mall shopping center on
All retired
military personnelwho
Normandy Blvd. '
wish to seek information or '
The recruiting station
will have the experience of offer suggestions relative to & .. '
attendance and
Master Chief Arthur operation of the
Flowers, Jr., Petty Officers club are urged to contact or
phone either Mr. Hammock at
and
Jacky D. Hart
4056 Jammes Road, 771-1138, or
Lawrence W. Kuhtz, who
Mr. Casper at 2057 Huntsford !
have 54 years of naval
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I'' 196 Years Of Devoted Service obse.: I


KT rhnnlnlns. .. will the 196th an.
Jax | avy Vi .1"n -
r- 9 '-iii niversary of the Navy Chaplain Corps Sunday-'u

__ At the present time, 950 active-duty chaplains, In.
cluding six at NAS Jax, are serving the spiritual needsof I

serviceman.The .
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"(' """.,,,,, ,':; ', ,, ministry of Navy establishing good community
'Ii''' )\ relations with schools
'' Chaplains is highly specialized, orphanages
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rf adult. Eighty percent of the organizations in ports of call.
I Id military population is between 18- Working with missionaries and
f 30 years of age. To meet the civilian religious leaders in these
spiritual needs of this youthful foreign countries, chaplains
community chaplains have beenin organize working parties amongthe
r the forefront in employing American sailors.
innovative techniques to make During their free time in
religion relevant. foreign ports they work to
Along with the more traditional promote good will and understanding
expressions of worship, many through significant
chaplains have been successful In projects that enhance the
communicating the Gospel's physical well-being, of the local
message through folk Masses, population.
dialogue sermons, group Human RelationsIn
'- discussions, seminars and other the area of human relations
r modern approaches. chaplains have worked tirelesslyto
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well as discussion groups, in women of various races, both
order to vary their worship within the military and in
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j 1 I The Story Of The Navy Chaplainschaplains I


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here at NAS Jax
the Atlantic, was the first vessel
participate in brig counseling and to observe this rite.CRCDO.
work with the Drug Hot Line

program.Chaplains. CREDO (Chaplains Relevance
have recommendedand to the Emerging Drug Order) is
given strong support to the an experimental project designed
, formation of human relations to provide chaplains with an l
committees aboard ships and at environment in which
they can
1 1I 1I I shore Installations. These gain an understanding of the drug -
1j I committees are composed of culture. T

j I officers and men of various The project, initiated in the San

backgrounds meeting together In Deigo area, draws upon the '
candor and honesty to reduce
I chaplain's potential as an agentof
tension while formulating plans spiritual health for those
for positive action In the militaryand persons who have become involved
civilian community.Lay in drug use. _

Leaders In pursuit of this goal, NAS Jax ... .
The continued development of chaplains are helping to provide -

the lay leader of program assures counseling at the Navy DIIC hereas ; c;:: ;::; ;
outreach
the spiritual ministryin well as taking part In "en-
the Navy and Marine Corps. counter sessions" with drug _
Lay leaders are carefully users who are trying to break the
selected and trained laymen who habit.

are designated by their com A Unique Ministry
manding officers to conduct The variety of opportunities for

appropriate services when no service to young adults, retirees
chaplain is present. and dependents make the NAS
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g38ft:; :'{< 'IS ;. tournament, reports that it was VA-37 bounced back from their
IMO o RTs- )I most successful. The entries in opening loss to best VA-174, 52-
CECIL all the events almost doubled 43. Johnson led the 'Bulls' with 23
those of the 1970 tournament, and points and Denson had 14 for the

::: By OTC J.D. Brewster ; :: it is hoped that the 1972 tournament 'Hellrazors'.

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only 7 points in the 1st half and
I VA-105,12. Seas from VA-105 led
t become the All-Events Champion The 1971.72' Intramural all 'scorers' with 9 points, while

Basketball season opened first Leonard had 8 for VA-83.
TIlE JAGUARS, a team from round competition with only 8 The Marines took their initial
Mayport, are the champs with a teams participating. In the early win of the season by downing
I series total of 2459. The memberson local have .
going, our cagers their Yellow-water playmates 39
I the team were Shirley Allen, started slowly, with low scoring 28. Tommy Webb scored over
Carole Voelker, JoeAnn Howell games the rule rather than ex- half of the Marines' counters witha
and Gloria The Drifters
Ludwig.
ception. 23 point effort. Despite the
from Cecil Field Helen
( VA-81 turned back a strong VA- excellent ball handling and hustleof
Fowler, Tootsie Estes, Jean 37 team,59.42. O'Brien scored 17 'Super Duck' Cunningham (as
Suart and Louise Waters)
came Williams 12 and Speckler
points, the Marines 'affectionately' call
in second place with a 2525 pin- 10 for the winners, while M. him), the Weps team failed to
.
fall.A Johnson had 12 points for the score in the 2nd quarter, and did
tied resulted for Doubles
l losing VA-37 squad. not break the scoring Ice until 4
Champs when Diana Moore and
Homer Jones' fighting AMD minutes of the 3rd quarter had
Isabelle Dutcher (NAS Jax)
five eased past the Marines, 40 -
rolled lapsed. Diggs was again the
and matched
1274
a
33. A.L Jones had 10 points and
Georgette Miller and Millie Weps scoring leader with 9
Meldrum and Blazer Brown 9
Powell who scored points.
(Mayport)
each for the maintenance crew.
BOWLING
earlier in the tournament. .
Tommy Webb and Jackson
L Trophies were awarded to all scored 8 apiece for the Marines. National League: Toth and
four members. Smith from Communicationsboth
VA-83 romped past a cold
Louise Cadenhead (Cecil rolled 525 series Thursday.
Capt. Shutt, X.O. of Cecil, presents trophy to Mrs. Paganelli Field rolled shooting Weps team, 33 12.
I ) head
a 676 to the Leonard was high scorer for VA- Williams ((522.200)) and Seel ((512200) -
Singles Event. In second place ) staked VA No. to
83 with 9 points, while Diggs led -174 1 a win.
was Rose Mary Paganelli with a the Weps scoring 'attack' with 8 McCantrey from VA4I1 tossed a

SERVICEMEN... Bowling 670.Special tallies. Weps scored but 6 pointsin 501 series and LCDR Germain of
Services at Cecil Field CLAW 1 had a 200 game. Stan-
each half, and were blanked in
At holiday time- TournamentThe recognized the scratch bowlersby the entire 3rd quarter. dings:
awarding five 30 inch bowlingpin
VA-174 downed VA-IOS, 48 26.
ice-buckets to the top bowler VA-174 No,1 34 6
Decsonhadl4torwinningVA.174quintet
2nd Annual Military in each event. Rose
Mary BOQ 24. 16Ed's
and Turner had 12 for VA-
Women and Dependent Women
Paganelli received hen for a 1654 Elbowbenders 23 17
105 in a l losing cause.
Bowling Tournamentcame
Handicap
scratch in All-Events
pinfall ; VA-1S 21 19
V A-81showed themselves to be
to an end Sunday, October
Louise Cadenhead for a 581 seriesin
VA-81
17. 15
J the class of the league by putting
31st after two weekends of exciting the Team Event, Mary AMD
20. 20
AMD down 6647. O'Brien
once
bowling at the NAS Cecil
Woodworth and Pearl Stankaitis
Communications 16y 19
again led the 'Sunliners' -
scoring
Field Bowling Center. (NAS Jax) for a 1031 pinfall in the Medical 12 24
punch by canning 19 markers.
Rose Mary Paganelli (Cecil Doubles
Event and
Mary Edge
A-174 No.2 121 27
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Wilson and contributed -
Field) rolled series of 557 652 and Specklair
(Cecil Field) for her 563 series in CLAW-I' 12. 28

Maharajas It! 670 for a total pinfall of 1879 to the Singles Event. Johnson 10 points of each to led VA-81 all cause. "'w"".." w.-.._ .,.,......., ....u ....u
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JAX AIR NEWS Call: 388-2755 For Holiday ShoppersJax

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LATW I IN G E R AdS Tuesday arriving for' publication too 'late' for the this following, Thursday "Tis the season to be ideal gift, walk over to the audio
published' the IOllowng week deadline will' be jolly" according to one of the center and look at the fabulous
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE unless the
publisher' is .Instructed otherwise. A check or popular Christmas carols. It selection of AM FM radios and I

received money order WITH for the lull cost 01 f the ad must be might be well to remember this clock radios including some of
the copy for the ad line as Christmas shoppers jam the latest digital time models.

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 the aisles and checkout registersof What better way to wake up in the

Jacksonville, Florida.EMPLOyMENT' Per additional line ((4 words per line) soc the Navy Exchange next monring that with the sound of
month and tempers start to flare. music.

The Exchange has increasedIts Portable transistor radios also

. . . . sales force to assist you but make ideal gifts especially for
patience is the watchword as you the youngsters. Lightweight and

BINGO EVERY SUNDAY 1f71 PARKWOOD browse and select your Christ compact, these instant music
-- 1130: PM Mobile Home 12 x 60 for sale or lease. mas gifts.This is the time to showa makers offer hours of en-
Turkey Shoot Sat. 8. Sun. Noon til Raised front kitchen, wall to wall
dark. little of the "good will toward tertainment anywhere you go.
NAVY WIVESPut Fleet Reserve Club carpet. 2 BR, $89.17 with small equity men" that this
prevails during
your skills to work. Interesting 5391 Collins Road to buy, Lease 1 yr. for $125 mo. Mobile
assignments for keypunches, typist, Home Living of Jax Lot 190. 3872304. holiday season. Children's Toys
secretary, dictaphone operator, REAL after 5 pm.MOBILE.
clerks, bookkeepers. __ ESTATE You fill the
HOME ON Vt ACRE LOT Stag Night can youngster'sChristmas
HIGH PAY NO FEE == = 15 min. NAS Cecil, well & septic tank, stockings from a wide
CALL 396.5371 NORRELL Call WE BUY& SELL EQUITIES all for $4390. Terms.V For the servicemen who need array of candies small toys,
us for quick service.
acre mobile home lots septic extra time to select something kiddie jewelry and other inexpensive
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. tank. IS min. NAS Cecil. $1995. Terms.
JOE'S HANDYMAN SERVICEThe 454)Wesconnett Blvd. 264 3003. special for the girls In their lives items. _,
Impossible we do Immediately 771-3052 737-314 the Exchange will feature a Also browse around Toylandand
Miracles take a little longer. House 70 CLAYTON
CRAFT
DATSUN "Stag Night" shopping event look at the wide selection of
palnthg, household repairs, minor 'HIDDEN WATERS'Black Pickup camper, Sleeps 4,2 burner gas
appliance repairs, screens, fixtures, Creek, Canal or Lake lots stove Heater and sink, Asking $1000. December 6 from 6 .. 8:30 p.m. educational hobby and good-old-
glass, etc. Joe Hurwitz, 264.4135 (USN available. Excellent fishing, boating, 2644874. Sales hostesses will be on hand to fashioned fun toys. And don't

R E T.1 swimming. Mobile Home area. Also 197012'ARCHER help with selections and door forget to stock up on batteries

BEELINE FASHIONS lots.permanent E-Z Terms.home area.One mile High,E.wooded Lake Trailer 2 Bedroom, full carpeting, prizes will be offered. Stag NightIs the mechanically operated Items.

Needs managers & stylists, Free Asbury on No. 209, LaRue 725.3992. $5400.or$2500.and $62.83 monthly, air for men only but, needless to Power tools make excellent
wardrobe twice yearly. No Collecting.No conditioned and furnished 7716396Ware's say the girls are the gifts for Dad. If you're looking for
Court. No. 76.
delivery. Car necessary For Info. CASH beneficiaries.Also something different this .
call 771.4452 or 2466259.NAVYWIVESI. We buy, sell and trade equities. year
FOR RENT scheduled that night will
Louise T. Bailey besides the shirt and tie combo
771-3605 Broker 19' Ford Star Trek Motor Home. be a Fashion Show with latest power drills and saws not only
Earn Extra Xmas Money. Work from Fully contained. 6. $150.
Sleeps
styles shown by Exchange make a fine gift but also be
your home phone survey. Evening week or $50. weekend. 246.4585.TRANSPORTATION. may
work. No selling. Good telephone NEW HOMES _._ ._ models. the spark Dad needs to take care
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Mon. to Fri. Exp. For more Info. call FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy.Edw. up. store will frequently highlightnew your friends and relatives do

246.1885. O. Lyon Broker, 7811422. and different items to help lots of entertaining at home bar

RETIRED NAVY MAN 5 x 7 HOL nCLAW you select the right gift Correlatives accessories are excellent gifts.
with: tieneral painting experienced FOR YOUR RETIREMENTBUY LAND Utility and motorcycle trailer. 2 new and friends. Look for Glasses ice buckets, mixing
Including design and sign painting fur cassat tape players and recorders. the marked Christmas
Values up every yearl) 2V acres & up. specially utensils and coasters are
time work In Jax Zoo. The op
part 264.7370.
Convenient to Bases, displays at the store. available
portunities could very well lead to full expresswaysand now at the Exchange.
time work with benefits. For Information city. Country Atmosphere. $1,000 171 HONDA CB 350 There will be sounds galore this They will also be useful for your
call Jax ZOO. 765.4431 8605 per acre & up. 30 percent cash & 10 Very good condition. $600. Call 772- holiday season and the best way New Year's Eve party.
mortgage to owner. Your Best
Zoo Road. year Investment. 3441 during day. to enjoy them Is with one of the For the woman in your life,

RETIRING WYNNE REALTY OF FLA., INC. 59 PORSCHE SPEEDSTER many musical reproduction whether it be your wife or

Modern 3 Bay station, malor oil 4653 Highway Ave. 389.5514 63 Super 90, Eng. and transm. Good systems available at the Navy mother personal grooming aids
company, good business located on mechanical condo $1000. 264.4859. Exchange. make thoughtful gifts. Electric
MOVING MUST SELL
Blanding Blvd. across,from Shopping
Center. Call 771.9913. 4 BR, 2 B/built In range refrlg. $300. Whether you groove with the hair curlers facial saunas,
takeover payments. 235 Program 71 CL 350 HONDA musical of Aquarius" or tap electric shavers and portable
Normandy Village. 786.4120 after 4 $500 cash. 771.9663. your toes to the tune of cham- hair dryers are always ap-

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1970 CHEVROLET TRUCK looking for somethingmore for
women are nylon hose per-
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells Low mileage, 2000. CB radio, 5
you how you may become a PARK channels, $50. 388366. 5040 Palmer compact and convenient fume cosmetics purses, scarves
DISCJOCKEY 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dish. Avenue.ATLANTIC.RENT.A.CAR. stereo tape recorders offer fine and belts. Men always need
Call 355.2944 any hourVAAPPROVED washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth reproduction of your favorite wallets socks cigarette lighters

For Veterans and servicemen Apt., 771.1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS.. 17 yrs. & up. free delivery to most musical sounds. pipes cuff-links and after-shave
areas. 6217 Roosevelt Blvd. In back of And if you're searching for an lotions.REGENCY .
PLANNING A PARTY OR BANQUETCall Hess Service Station. 387.5413.
Air Conditioned, Bedroom, Living
264-9166. Room, Kitchen, Bkfstnook, parking
Fleet Reserve of Jax, I Inc. space for 2 cars, water, sewage, CL/PPER'S/LVERL/NE/
5391 Collins Road garbage, lawn service. Furnished.
TOYOTA' '
GEORGE'S KENNELS $120. Unfurnished $100 plus 4 percent CRAFT
Est 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. sales tax. 387.2541 Weekends, 389.0744BEINGTRANSFERREDT .
Pick up & Delivery Available. MERCRUISER AT REGENCY SQUARE
Grooming, Defining & Bathing. STERNDftlVES
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard Let a retired Navy man who un af1 1 1971 TOYOTA COROLLA SEDAN
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 derstands YOUR problems managethe MERCURY BRAND NEW
& FULL
rental of your house until you III* OUTBOARDS
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064.
return to Jax.Bartleson :.-"Y ,. ... I FACT. EQUIP.
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...")f'J.m. .
,O'Neil& Payne, Inc. ., ,,,",,:::_mm-: 1fj(
/fr
SEWINGMACHINEGOLDEN ] '
SEWI 1147 So. Edgewood Ave. EXPERT j T

I have 5 1971 Golden Sew Singer Zig 388.9311MOBILE REPAIR JA 17V3
Zags. Used for display In model SHOP # "'S
homes. Will sell for a fraction of their HOMESJUSTISS FACTORY i I P.O.E.
cost. $65 cash or terms. Free home TRAINED \
trial. Call Display Manager 7376502. MECHANICS t 1: 1
TRAILER PARK e

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern i' __.'...."..,.,... .... !
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape trailer and Apts. 3893007. 264.9835 1449 Arlington Expnssway 7213000
players. At dealers cost to liquidate
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771 0409. VA FINANCINGNo
money down on New Star Mobile INLET MARINESales
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH Home. Ask for Ted or Bob.B .
Wilford's Fish Camp. 2649707. i J Mobile Home & ServiceHwy
J708 Philips Hwy.
17 Orange Park
FLYTOWHERE'Anywher. 391.1926
., you want, flight Instruction .
or charter Call Dick or Bill
7812636. HOLIDAY SPECIAL


LAWNS EDGING MOWING GRAND BAHAMAS
Curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We
clean up the mess and leave It neat. NEWEST CONCEPT ....
Call Hart, 771.3211 Ext. 8340. IN APARTMENT LIVING
CHARTER FLIGHT

Central Furnaces HEATING, Wall Furnaces, 1,2.3 BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS INCLUDES TRANSPORTATION 150

Space Heaters, Clean and repaired. Spacious rooms, wide windows, Kingsley 4 MEALS LODGINGat
Tyler's Heating and Air Cond. central heat & air cond. Private Arms the Inn
Holiday
3(8-5161 patios, sundecks, swimming pool
4711 Palmer-Lake ShoreBESELEROVERHEADPROJECTOR and party room. GUIDEDTOUR NIGHT CLUB TICKETS PER COUPLE

264-8102
FLIGHT LEAVES FRIDAY, DEC. 10, I A.M.
10" Fresnel lens Fan cooled, extra 1800 KINGSLEY AVE. RETURNS DEC. 11 AT 8 P.M.
bulbs & ace. 1,000 w pro), great for
light Show. 389.4286 or 389.8152, DIRECTIONS: Between Bland ing For Intormation reservations Call
Blvd. & Orange Park. Minutes ,..
FOR SALE CHEAP away via new I 1.295. VIRGINIA E. BELL RealtorON
Living room chairs, tables, windowfan

wardrobe COLONIAL, mattress.BEDROOM 7728029.SET l! ''I BASE 772.7697, OFF BASEl 264-248

1 yr. old with double bed, dresser and
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Thanksgiving Dinner Highlights crw; plSA




NWCA lax 86 Fall FestivitiesJax ,


t't't'
The Navy Wives Club of America, Jax 86 made a festive affair of their I

annual Thanksgiving Dinner Dance with homecooked Tom Turkey and all the _

trimmings prepared by the club members. Dance entertainment was providedby
the ComCruDesFlot 12 Combo from Mayport. ,

Members and their husbands Certificates of Appreciationwent Jax 86; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ,4 't- -
gathered for the holiday dinner at to Committee co chairmen Slocumb (Service Information j'
the Compton Hall clubhouse to Mrs. Conrad Hardy Office), Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cato
honor the organization's committee (Amblyopia), Mrs. Stanley (Mrs. Cato is president of NWCA
chairmen. Each honoree Cottril (Bingo), Mrs. Joseph Dixie Area Council) and Mr. and
received a special plaque with Moldoon (Luncheon), Mrs. Mrs. Murray Dike (Mrs. Dike is
the NWCA Insignia from Mrs. B. William Rice (Not New Shop), president of NWCA Mayport 201.
J. Howard, club president. The Mrs. Charles Davis (Nursery), Also Mr. and Mrs. Dean .
plaques were handmade by Mr. Mrs. Fred Flagge (Points), Mrs. :
Fifield Mrs. Fifield is
( presidentof
T. J. Bennett husband of Maria Kenneth Black (Snack Bar) and HONORED CHAIRMEN are (seated I to r) Mrs. John Hillis,
NWCA Cecil Field 121)), Mrs.
Bennett vice president and past Mrs. Henry Holt (Social Com- Wernet national (Amblyopia), Mrs. Martin Scully (Audit), Mrs. Calvin Anderson
Henry past pin
national pin chairman. lie was mittee). chairman, Cindy Freeman (Bingo),Mrs James Bradstreet (Building Fund),Mrs. Charles Davis
presented a framed certificate of Surprise presentations went to (Housepurchasing), and Mrs. Raymond Shafer (Luncheon and
Editor of Jax Air News, her
appreciation for the plaques. Barbara Howard, who was Phone). Standing I to r are! Mrs. William Wells (Membership), Mrs.
_.________un recently named National fiance Howard Neal Adams; and of Mr.Hancock B.J. Joseph Hagan (Mimeo), Mrs. Conrad Hardy (Editor of Jax 86
Secretary; and Mrs. Owen King, Hall enlisted, president club Advisory Newsletter), Mrs. Thomas Wofford (Not New Shop), Mrs. Perry
I National Mimeo Chairman. Mrs. (Pins), Mrs. Philip Blevins (Publicity), Mrs. Richard Goldsberry
Group.
Bennett presented each an (Revisions), Mrs. Kubisiak (Master At- Arms), Mrs. George Quam
engraved plaque signifying their The holiday season is here but (Foster Child),Mrs. Gregory Lucas (Nursery) and Mrs. John Morton.
respective roles in the National for many less fortunate it may

Organization not be a happy season. To help Christmas Bazaar December 2 help Jax 86 help others at the
Mrs. Charles Davis and Mrs. many needy families have a from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Bldg. same time.For the early arrivals I
Gray Hartmann each received a Merry Christmas, the wives club there will be free coffee or hot
Dixie Area Council pin for having will sponsor their annual 716.Buy a gift for a loved one andVP45 tea.
sponsored five new members.


\'.-' five mann.Mrs.member William who was pin Wells absent.for accepted Mrs. Hart the Club Hosts Santa Party I

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i Special guests for the occasionwere Jax Joan Sawyer Park. holiday season, the ladies
--- -- : Capt. and Mrs. John (Mrs. Larry.) hosted the
Club members elected
Kincaid, the club will host a children'sChristmas
SPECIAL PLAQUES sponsors; Capt.
monthly meeting of the
recognizing their roles In the and Mrs. John D. Collins, past and installed their new
NWCA National Organization are club sponsors of NWCA Brun- VP-45 Navy Wives Club officers. They are: Bar party
presented to Barbara Howard (I) swick 163 in Maine; Capt. and last Tuesday in the game bara Peeples (Mrs. Mike) December 4 from 10 a.m.
and Mrs. Owen King (r) by Mrs. Mrs. R. V. Berry, honorary room of the Bel Air as president Susan Miller to 2 p.m. at the squadronbay
T. J. Bennett. members and past sponsors of Apartments in Orange in Hangar 1000, where
(Mrs. Jerry) as vice
Santa will in for
fly an
president, Martha Hall
:'., (Mrs. Charles) as early appearance to give
'. to the children.
: presents
secretary Neva Pritchett
{ ,
The club will be
holding
'''''' (Mrs. Roland) as
: their ,December business
n treasurer and Mary
at that time and
meeting
Hembly (Mrs. Tom) as
will have refreshments
w i c Q 1 adp program coordinator.In cartoons and games for all

the spirit of the the youngsters.



.. 1Uv'flfl1P Flowers Show Care I

lax- The ambulatory patient dining hall..
UUUOklAJlXAiJORANGE at the NAS Jar Naval Hospitalwill When a member of the Garden
have a happier Club brought this news release to
Thanksgiving, thanks to a little our o//ice, the part about their
publicized group of people who many years of work for patientsat
care about their fellow man. the hospital was tucked awayat
The NAS Circle of the Garden the very end 0the last
Club Jacksonville have the paragraph.The .
Naval Hospital as their special
L. project and have decorated priorto last paragraph of
newspaper copy leads a perilous
all holidays since they were
organized in 1955. existence since it often ends up on
J the cutting room floor in order to
The group will meet at 9:30
meet limitations.That .
y a.m. today in the Gator Den space

across from the Naval Hospital to little paragraph is a
prepare 42 table arrangementsfor Thanksgiving story In Itself.It .
A the ambulatory patients' deserved to be printed.

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VP-45


Names
i1{Y.kiC, i frii> Y
7 th t l \v r'.nr' i
t City' ka
Top SailorJax


VP-45's Sailor of the
Month for November is AT2 Alec '
V. Monte. :
I
5 AT2 Monte' award citation I
read In part, "Your selection as -
the outstanding member of
Patrol Squadron Forty Five is
the result of your continual ex- :
h a{' c cellance in the performance of
your duties as an Aviation *
Electronics Technician.Your .

professional competence, .
devotion to duty, and willingnessto ---
work long hours were PIPED OVER THE SIDE ADRC W. L. Duncan of VW-4 retires
significantly beneficial in after 30 years of Naval service

maintaining the highest qualityof
workmanship within the SEE THE 1972 YAMAHA!
Electronics Branch and have
earned you the respect and ad- THE NEW OVERHEAD CAM.
miration of all with whom you DISC BRAKE ELECTRIC TART _
""w associate. 650 C.C TWIN

Your cheerful attitude and
-' vfC consideration for your shipmatesadd

WINS COMMENDATION Commander Neil Craig, Plans Officeron substantially to the morale of
the staff of Commander Fleet Air, Jacksonville, receives the Navy the squadron."
Commendation Medal from RAdm. Lawrence R. Gels for his work as As a result of his selection, AT2
officer In charge of Fleet Air Support Unit Two In U Tapao, Monte will receive special new f
Thailand from March 1970 until July 1971. Cdr. Craig's unit supportedand liberty. -w
maintained U. S. Navy patrol aircraft of the Seventh Fleet on AT2 Monte resides in i
Market Time Operations.Military Jacksonville with his wife,
Michelle, and two sons, Eric and
Brian. OVER 100 NEW MOTORS IN STOCK
Picture ContestJax 14 MODELS FROM,60C.C. 650 C.C.
STREET AND ENDURO MODELS
1 SAFE f AY sNG'OnN't FINANCING & INSURANCE

Deadline for submissionof Division, Defense Information SPECIAL STORAGE RATES FOR SERVICEMEN
entries to the ninth annual School, Fort Benjamin Harrison,
Military Pictures of the Year Indiana 46216. YAMAHA SOUTH
competition is January 15, 1972. Details of the contest are
14521 BEACH BLVD. PHONE
Photographs to be considered in contained in CHINFONOTE 5728 'DRIVE 246-1465
the contest must have been taken 01-225 dated September 27. Vi Mile West of Intercoastal Waterway

between January 1 and
December 31, 1971.
This competition is sponsoredby
the Department of Defense,
the National Press
Photographers Association,
University of Missouri School of
Journalism and Universal
Science News Service, Inc.
Competition is open to active It
duty members of the Army, T
Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps a.i kyk.'f >
and Coast Guard, including full.
time. active duty National
Guardsman and Reservists
assigned duty as photographersor
information personnel.
Entries may be submitted in
black and white or color. Photos
need not have been published
previously, but should relate in w
some manner to subjects O
representative of military or

activity. .
The top award in the com- I
petition carries the title 1
1I
"Military Photographer of the I
Year," awarded on the basis of
picture portfolio judging.
Mail entries, pre paid to:
Military Pictures of the Year Freedom is a tradition in our great nation. From the

Competition Photojournalism earliest beginnings, the courage of our Pilgrim forefathers v

made it possible. The will and faith of our people have kept ,.
ianksgiving"AMVrMCIUTITUOB it alive. It will remain ours with vigilance and dedication. '

So-the past, the present and the future are inextricablywoven +

together. Through freedom. Today we give thanksfor N r
this precious legacy. We remember and cherish our
tradition. We pray that freedom will become the

inalienable right of all nations.


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I I November Honors I NEX "StrafRht/JcI/tom/ the (

D Corn Folr Jar Drug Awareness Team'
Holiday ope




HoursJax OnDope

The Navy Exchange
Commissary Store, BIdg. 1511,
will be closed tomorrow. The
store will resume normal hours
Friday and Saturday.The .
following Navy Exchange
activities will be open tomorrow. One ounce of pure LSD U enough to make about 300,000 hits The
out normal person it about 35 to 100
usual amount to trip a I
NAS: Cafeteria,bldg. 118 micrograms
Continuous19th
THE CIVILIAN Employee of/ SERVICEMAN OF THE Hole Lounge, Dldg.808
the Month title Is presented to MONTH Is AN James Gray of Air 11 a.m. 106 p.m.
Nettle Jackson, a clerk at the Operations. He receives the Bowling Alley Snack Bar
Supply Department, by Capt. certificate from his leading chief, noon to 11 p.m. I fax Promotions I
John Kincaid, NAS commanding ACC Theodore Austell. AN Gray Service Station,Bldg. 26
officer, while Cdr. Clifford works In the Air Traffic Control 9a.m. to 3 p.m. ,
Calais, assistant supply officer, Center. Express Store, Bldg. 931 ...... 1
looks on. 9a.m. t03p.m.Pirates 1J
_.
- Cove
I r- 1b 1r'i J
NAS Disposal Division 9 a.m to midnightPro I

I Shop,Bldg.1877 g U9'
Schedules Local Auction 8 am to 5 p.m. -1 (
Hospital Snack Bar, ,
U
Bldg 112080 1
Jax The NAS Jacksonville public is invited to inspect the 11 a.m. 108:30p.m: (
Disposal Division, located south property, especially the vehicles NATTC Cafeteria, .
of the main gate, has scheduled a which will be sold. Bldg.554 r <
.. local auction of government noon to 8 p.m. t
surplus supplies on December 1. Military and civilian Department tt t
Following registration at 7:30: of Defense personnel may All other Navy Exchange
a.m, the auction will begin at 9. attend.This excludes those under Activities will be closed to observe 1ra
Items to be sold are located at 18 and anyone connected with the Thanksgiving Day. The ]
the disposal yards at NAS Defense Property Disposal Pirates Cove will be open from 9 <
Jacksonville, Cecil Field and Programs, their agents, em to 2 a.m. tonight. r
Mayport Naval Station. The ployees and immediate families All Special Services activities UP A RANK .Lt.g(| ) Stephen R. Taylor Is advanced to his present
will be open tomorrow except for rank as Captain John R. Kincaid, HAS Jax CO,pins on his new bars. I 1 1e

the NAS Library, the Sail Club -... .
Gear Issue and Ticket Sales

V.FinancingCASSATAVENUE; I ; ;: .jI!..II.: which will) be closed all day. + r(


Bank 1?:i r :tJ j I:: ; Bg:,.; :.:J [111 111E Navy Out tI I

I

Of RVN ?
No Job Too Big or Too Small. k Y
FREE ESTIMATES 1 v N
Wash. -Press reports here say
Sales Service Repairs that the U. S. Navy will bow out
of its active role in Vietnam
1438 CASSAT AVE. PHONE 384-3407 before next June.
CHARLIE BOUCHER and NIEUPORT ESTES, Owners
The reports state this will be
accomplished by the turnover of
the remainder of vessels to the

South Vietnamese along with EXCHANGING NEW FOR OLD Ltlg{| )Ron Baker receives his new
bases and radar sites. The final shoulder boards from his wife Kitty, as Cdr. W. N. Vance, CO of VA-
WESTSIDE T 27 vessels include more than 950 203, removed the oldJ.tgDaker(| ) Assistant A-C Maintenance Officer,. Il
American vessels will have been was promoted from CWO 2 under the new policy which bypasses the
turned over to the South Vietnamese rank of Ensign. Looking on areLtgandMrs.(| ) Bakers children (I to r)
JACKSONVILLE'S FINEST CASSAT Richard, Elizabeth and Deborah.
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TOYOTA SALES & SERVICE A MESSAGE FROM A01 Starks

BE PREPARED!...
1971 COROLLA SEDANSTANDARD .
Gets MedalJax
EQUIPMENTINCLUDES ,, no obligation.Call .

: 396-5385 or 724-6979 A01 Fred T. Starks, an
J Ask for JOE BRACEWELL instructor at NATTC's AO "A"
r
Reclining Bucket School Phase III has receivedthe
Seats ...Fora better understandingof ,
T Navy Achievement Medal
White your SOCIAL SECURITYandVETERAN
Wall Tires
from NATTC Commanding Officer *
Nylon CarpetiWheeUovers BENEFITSalso John E.
LIFE INSURANCEJOE Capt. Kennedy.
He was cited for meritoriouswork
Front disc bratus UP TO34 Ml tiRACWELL GULF LIFE with Helicopter Attack

Tinted glass PER GALLON MAJOR, USAF, RETIRED INSURANCE COMPANYQUESTIONS (Light) Squadron Three, his
Limited Supply previous duty station.


70 TOYOTA COROLLA 4 spd trans., Heater $117
70 DODGE DART SWINGER, Door Hardtop, V.8, 4 speed, I :
R&H. $1743 TELEVISIONANNOUNCERS
70 FORD TORINO. 9 Passenger Station Wagon, V8 Auto.
trans.. Factory air Power steering, Power brakes. Tinted !
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69 PLYMOUTH FURY III, Convertible, V.8, Auto. trans., radio
Factory air, Power steering, Power brakes, R & H,WWT. Was announcers We've
$1593,Reduced to $1450 trained hundreds of those
69 CHEVY CAMARO Door Hardtop. V.8, Auto. trans., WEIL ANSWER THEM.No who are now on the air We'll
Factory Air., Power steering, R & H. U50 .
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69 CHEVY IMPALA CUSTOM 2.Door, Hardtop. V.8, Auto. you a free brochure
?i trans roof Was, Factory$2195,air Now, Power reduced steering.to Tinted glass, R & H.Vinyl siw ( I names. No sales pitches.I ) tellingh_ w we do It. Just call

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Before borrow, there be
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? SATELLITE Door Sedan. V-8, Auto. trans.,
; Factory air Power steering, R &H. $1321 your mind-about payments, rates anything. For quick
: 47 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE 2 dr. sedan. V.8, Standard trans., courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor
... 4. Air conditioned,R & H. $jjjS talk shop unless you want us to.

I .i VW BUS Ideal for anything,wall to.wall carpet. 'ns Dial FinanceWe School

1 don't want you to like us just for our money. of Broadcasting
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i I Downs Air Ops

: RANK OR TITLE j\GE.__-.PHONE,

For Tenth Straight WinJax
I SERVICE NUMBER .

(This week's -The two top teams in both point after attempt followed by
games) Intramural Football Leaguesmet Durham with two TDs, Peterson
I ARMY the two bottom teams and with one TD and a point after
__-____NAVY the outcome was about as expected attempt and Waldrop with a PAT.
as NARJAX showed no Marine Barracks recorded
I MISSISSIPPI as they rolled over another shutout earlier in the
_MISSISSIPPI STATE mercy
Palmer Edges I ,'I' Communications 50 0 and week with a 18 0 victory over
Marine Barracks almost matched FICEUR. Durham, Waldrop and
Former WinnersJax NEBRASKA.OKLAHOMA "'- I their score with a 48 0 Hazelburg took care of the
victory over Air ops. scoring.
MIAMI FLORIDA Hospital held down its second
It looked like we had a In the NARJAX victory Lyles place spot last week in the
season winner last week for the led the scoring with two touch- American League with a 19-6
U-Pic-Em but 11M3 J. D. Palmer ARIZONA '_, ARIZONA STATE __, downs and three point after attempts victory! over ComFairJax.
slipped in and defeated two followed by Malorana Wirtzbuerger, Johnson and
former winners with a 10-0 AUBURN ALABAMA I with one touchdown and two point Longest scored for the winners .....
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record. \1- I after attempts. Stapp, Thornton, and Otterstrom scored for
Palmer beat out YNC Walt S. and Godwin made one touchdown ComFairJax
TEXAS ,. TEXAS A&M while Flair scored PAT
apiece a
Oliver and EW Walter W. Fenley, .
and Vickers was credited with a Medical held the Bees to a 6.6
who are both former winners. standoff in the first half of their
Fenley had a 9 1 record and FSU PITTSBURG __ safety.It game but the Bees came back to
Oliver had an 8.2 record. Fenleyand was Forney who led the win 18 6 as Collins scored two
Oliver both had perfect Marine Barracks attack as he touchdowns and Murry scoredone.
scores in the college games but LOS ANGELES DALLAS scored four touchdowns and one Spenser scored for Medical.
the pro games upset their bids for

the season championship. SAN FRANCISCO N.Y. JETS Football StandingsNational -
Palmer, who is attached to the I
Dermatology Clinic at ohe Naval
League
Hospital, has been at NAS for American LeagueW
about three months and was a ATTENTION BALLOTERS Ballots must be in by 4:00: p.m. this W Lost
runner up himself about three ''afternoon. NarJax 10 0 Lost
weeks ago. Palmer is a native of TIE BREAKER: predict final score on the game between Nebraska VP-45 9 3 Marine Barracks 9 0
Indiana and now resides in Oklahoma. Indicate winners in other games by a check mark. Bees 8 4 Hospital 7 3
Jacksonville with his wife Cheryl. BALLOT BOXES: For NAS and Cecil Field are located at Galley One Mad Foxes 6 5 Dragons 5 3
This week's ballot is the last and the Navy Exchange near the Lay-away counter GOOD LUCK! j I MARTD 5 7 FICEUR 5 5
one and due to the fact that there Medical 4 7 ComFairJax 4 6
will be games played on VW-4 2 9 MATSG 3 6
Thanksgiving Day, ballots must Communications 1 11 Air Ops 0 10
be in by this afternoon at 4:00: Navy Marine Bowling -
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Bowlers End Season !


JAX SPORTS Jax-Three of the Fall Intramural with a 24-16 record and the Due
Bowling Leagues Fives from'FAETU took second,
finished up their seasons last with a 25-15 record.
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_. :::: week while the American League In the Atlantic League Good
? and the Pacific League still have and Bad from MATSG took first
Golf two weeks to go. with a 32-8 record, Ney BowlersNo.
VW-4 ,2 4Standings In the National League it went 1 from Food Services took
Supply I right down to the wire as the top second with a 29-11 record and
VP-45 1 6 Jax Golfers two teams met on the final night VR-50 from NARJAX took third
National League t of the season with the Alley Cats with a 26-14 record.

:: W L Tennis. :' Lose Match from the Commissioned Officers edge In the Continental League the
VP-5 7 3 *.*#.,,:,- Mess holding a one game
over Radar 17 from Air Ops. Pin Busters from VW-4 took first
NarJax No.1 61* 2'i3V4 ,. Standings Radar 17 rose to the occasionby with a 31-9 record, the Chokers
FAW-11
3V4 from FAW-11 took second with a
defeating the Alley Cats four
MARTD 4 5 Jax-The Jax Navy Golf Team
FICEUR 3 5 W L fellla.t week to the University of games to none to win the League 27-13 record and the Blow Bards
from took third with a
679th 2 7 NATTC 8 0 Florida Golf Team by a score of Championship. Linsenmayer led Weapons
Hospital 7 1 435462. Medalists.for Jax were the winners with a 202-232-183 fora 22-18 record.
American League Medical 3 3 Bill Bernier of VA-203 with a 72 617 series while Anderson was As soon as the American
2. only 10 pins behind with a 223182202 League and the Pacific League
VP-5 2 and Norm Secta of NFO with a 76.
for 607 series. finish their seasons a five team
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W L NarJax 3 Medalists for Florida were Andy '
NarJax No.,1 5 0 VP-45 1 4 Bean with a 69, Ben Duncan with The four games gave Radar 17 Round-Robin playoff will be held
Hospital 5 2 FICEUR 1 5 a 71, Mark Wilkins with a 72 and a 27-13 record for first place while for the 1971 Fall Intramural'
A-C Maint.. 2 4 MARTD 0 5 Ben Brown with a 73. the Alley Cats slipped to third Bowling Championship.

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\\J. r Galley One chefs talk turkey this Thanksgiving, they'llbe
WEEKDAYS talking big-that is 995 pounds of it
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t',:. Frld.yNov.mb.rU DINNER .. Tomato Bouillon Soup, guests will enjoy the traditional turkey dinner and all the trimmings ata
\ BREAKFAST .. Chilled Pineapple Barbecued Chicken or Barbecued nominal cost. Dinner will be served from 1-5 p.m. at $1.00 for I
1'I r'. Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Spareribs, Steamed Rice, Buttered enlistees on ComRats,75 cents for children under 12 and$1.50 for other
1 Order, Griddle Cakes with Syrup, Snap Beans, Hot Spiced Beets,
./ Choice of Sausage or Bacon, Hashed Cranberry Sauce, Butterscotch guests
f Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Brownies. Normally, about 1400 people eat dinner at Galley One daily.
t. DINNER .. New England Clam SANDWICH LINE- Sloppy Joes, Tomorrow's menu will be more elaborate for the expected 2000 guests.
k f' Chowder, Seafood Platter of Fried Grilled Hamburgers. -.---- --- The meal will require about 45 turkeys, weighing in at a total of 995
Shrimp, Scallops, Fish Portions or SUPPER .. Italian Spaghetti, BIG TURKEY II of salads rolls and
99S poundsof pounds, and 15 hams. A variety vegetables, ,
,\I Beef Balls Stroganoff, Boiled Spaghetti Sauce or Baked Lasagna,
: '. Potatoes, Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Parmesan Cheese, Toasted Garlic bird enough? desserts is included.To .
r Tartar Sauce, Cherry Pie Bread Seasoned June Peas, Buttered provide that special "At Home" touch, the Dining Hall's decor f
I "" SANDWICH LINE. Chicken Salad, Squash, Cherry Pie. .. will be brightened with festive holiday decorations, including corn
r SANDWICH LINE Grilled
Grilled Hamburgers.
\'. .. stalks and pumpkins.
SUPPER Italian Meat Sauce Hamburgers or Frankfurters. Movies
t ..; Boiled Spaghetti,Assorted Pizza Pies, Wednesday,December 1 MENU
Parmesan Cheese, Toasted Garlic BREAKFAST .. Chilled Tomato
v' Bread O'Brien Summer Squash, Juice, Hot Rolled Oats, Hard Boiled Thursday,Nov.25 Roast Turkey Chilled Cranberry Sauce
Seasoned Snap Beans, Vanilla Pud Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, French Baked Virginia Ham Waldorf Salad
.\; ding. Toast with Syrup, Choice of Bacon or NAS: "SCROOGE" Color Pineapple Sauce Chefs Salad !
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SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham. Luncheon Meat Hashed Brown
f'.i' burgers or Frankfurters. Potatoes, Pastry Bar. musical, starring Albert Finney, Giblet Gravy Assorted Salad Dressings ,
Saturday,November DINNER .. Simmered Pea Soup, Alec Guinness,'G'Exc. Ill min) Snowflaked Potatoes Fruit Cake .
I't, BREAKFAST .. Chilled Grapefruit Boiled Corn Beef or Simmered Beef, HOSPITAL: 'SAVAGE WILD' Sausage Bread Dressing Pumpkin Pie r
,.... Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Natural Brown Gravy, Boiled White Candied Sweet Potatoes
Mincemeat Pie
Order, French Toast with Syrup, Potatoes, Buttered Cabbage & Friday,Nov.26 1
Rt Griddle Cakes, Choice of Bacon or Carrots, Boiled Pinto Beans, Sauteed Corn ice Cream
Minute Steaks, Pastry Bar. Pineapple Pie.SANDWICH. NAS: 'ADIOS SABATA' Color Seasoned Green Peas Hard Candy Mixed Nuts
BRUNCH .. Onion Soup, Sliced LINE Grilled western, starring Yul Brynner, Thanksgiving Cake Hot Dinner Rolls Holiday PunchThere's
Bread French Fried and Frankfurters.
Corn on Rye Hamburgers
Potatoes, Baked Beans, Apricot Pie. SUPPER .. Swedish Meat Balls or Pedro Sanchez, 'GP' G (106
DINNER -- Grilled Salisbury Steak, Turkey Pot Pie, Mashed Potatoes, mins.)
or Grilled Ham Steak, Cream Gravy, Buttered Spinach, Cranberry Sauce, HOSPITAL: 'SCROOGE'Saturday
+ French Fried Potatoes, Boiled Navy Seasoned Mixed Vegetables, Peach
Beans, Buttered Asparagus Tips, Pudding. ,Nov.27
t Lr:: Baked Custard. SANDWICH LINE .. Grilled
/ Sunday,November 21 HamburgersFrankfurters.. NAS: 'JULIUS CAESAR' color
'r BREAKFAST .. Chilled Tomato Thursday,December drama starring Charlton Heston, something to be said for.
Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to BREAKFAST -- Chilled Grape .
; Jason Robards 'G' VG (117
i Order, French Toast with Syrup, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to ,
f Griddle Cakes, Choice of Grilled Order, Griddle Cakes with Syrup, mins.)
I Bacon or Minute Pork Chops, Lyon Choice of Ham or Pork Sausage, HOSPITAL: 'ADIOS SABATA'
t nalse Potatoes, Hot Chocolate, Pastry Minced Beef, Lyonnalse Potatoes,
s\ Bar. Pastry Bar.DINNER. Sunday,Nov.28
I BRUNCH .. Vegetable Soup, Grilled Grilled Beef Steak,
i Cheeseburgers, Baked Beans, Mushroom Gravy, Oven Brown NAS: 'FOOLS PARADE' Color looking
Strawberry Shortcake. Potatoes, French Fried Onion Rings, drama, starring James Stewart,
SUPPER.Southern Fried Chicken, Simmered Green Peas, Buttered
Chicken Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Corn, Boston Cream Pie. Anne Baxter. 'GP' G ((98 mins.)
Bread Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, SANDWICH LINE .. Grilled HOSPITAL : 'JULIUS
Seasoned Mixed Vegetables, Boiled Hamburgers and Frankfurters. CAESAR'
1 Pinto Beans, Coconut Cream Pie.
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