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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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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Christmas .f Jax The Navy is continuing its search for the young

NATTC sailor who was lost and apparently drowned

Early OutsPlanned after a boating mishap Sunday afternoon on the St.
Johns River at the south end of the station.

Eighteen year old An-
ii thony L. Petracci, an AO The rescue helicopter, .
School student, fell into the piloted by Lt. (jg) Mark

Jax-Commanding officers river when his boat cap- Warner, picked up the
have been authorized to separateor : ; sized in rough waters. He three sailors just north of .
transfer personnel whose : and two other studentswere the Buckman bridge. They
I normal EAOS will occur between .' : )" fishing in a small had been in the water
f and 3, 1972 in ,
today January ,
< half hour.
"" boat had rented about about an
they
J order to allow them to be '. .
F.,
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separated before the Christmas \\\\L." .,\\ ." "" 300 yards offshore shortly The two men, Marian
holiday period.Personnel )" ,'' after noon when the ac-
;, : : Carnine, 20, and Timothy
in the following .. : ',:':' { V cident occurred. Bryson, 18, were airlifted
categories will not be separated _
"'<" '! 'I" Adverse weather con- with Parker to the Naval
early: '
ditions at that time caused
a. Personnel in Vietnamb. Hospital where they were
Reservists undergoing \ ; .' < :", high winds, and huge examined and released. ;
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ACDUTRA. ... waves swamped their All three are NATTC AO :
desire c. Personnel early separationd. who do not "L} ';D\//;" ;: ;' < '. .. <};::, .. boat.mediately Petracci disappeared im- School students. :i

Those scheduled" for
Search vessels from the
transfer to the Fleet Reserve or beneath the waves, said
sheriff's
retirement list.e. witnesses. Navy, department -
Personnel whose loss Another sailor, Steven and the Coast Guard ;

would, in the judgement of the Parker, 18, went to aid the were assisted by private <
Officer adversely in their search for I
Commanding two other men after he boaters
affect the operational capa- the missing sailor, but I
heard their cries for help,
bilities of the command.
in their ef-
f. Personnel whose EAOS will but his boat also capsizedin were slowed :
f occur in the period between today the water when they forts by steadily increasing -
and Jan. 3 as a result of any other tried to cling to the sides. winds and the .
release program. approach of darkness.
The three
men were seen

: Free Bus floating in the water by Navy rescue units are

i residents from the shore, still searching the area,
including Capt. John according to LCdr. Olaf

To Airport Kincaid, NAS com- Andersen, Security Of-

manding officer. ficer. They are assisted by

.,' '.... Available Capt. Kincaid im- Jacksonville Fire
COMBAT AWARD SMI Glenn Williams, I counselor at Jackson mediately called the AirOperations' Department rescue boats, ;
vllle's NDRC here, is presented the Navy Achievement Medal with I
f. search and the Coast Guard and in- I
will Combat "V" by commanding officer, Cdr. Orville Elliott. Petty
Jax-Free transportation Officer Williams was cited for meritorious achievement In Vietnam rescue unit after his son dividual boaters. I
be available for military per-
sonnel to and from the with a Naval Advisory Group at the Naval Support Activity In Saigon reported seeing the men as '
r Jacksonville International from January to October this year. He reported for duty here last they drifted toward the -

Airport through Dec. 31 on a once month. Buckman bridge.

daily The basis.vehicle will leave the Post Offices
Marine Enlisted Advisor Due HereJax
parking lot at Building 13 (Area
Transportation Office) at noon Extend HoursThe
daily and proceed to the In- The Sergeant Major of possible and review local while serving as Company
ternational Airport with stops at the Marine Corps, Sgt. Maj. recruiting procedures.A Gunnery Sergeant with a Marine
the Greyhound and Trailways Joseph W. Dailey, will visit the reception and dinner will be Infantry Company.Sgt. .
Bus Stations downtown.The Jacksonville area Dec. 16 and 17. held for Sgt. Maj. Dailey Dec. 16 Maj. Dailey arrived in NAS and NATTC
. return trips will also In- As Sergeant Major of the at 7:30: in Hancock Hall. All area Vietnam in August 1966, where he post offices will be open for
clude these stops. Marine Corps, he is the Marine Staff Non-Commissioned Officers became Battalion Sergeant the next two Saturdays,
Usage between now and Dec. 31 Corps' Senior Enlisted Advisor. and their guests are cordially Major with the 2nd Battalion, 1st December 11 and 18, for the
will determine the need for During his visit, he will speakto invited to attend. Marines, 1st Marine Division.In convenience of customers
continuation of the service. as many enlisted Marines as Sgt. Maj. Dailey is a veteran of November 1966, he was who will be mailing
Christmas
World War II, the Korean Con- medically evacuated from packages.
flict and Vietnam. Vietnam as a result of injuries Mailing windows will be
VP-5 Crews Claim Alpha lie was awarded the Silver Star sustained in a vehicle accident. open from 8:30: a.m. until
during World War II and the Among his other medals and noon,or until the lobby has '
Navy Cross and Bronze Star with decorations, Sgt. Maj. Dailey been cleared. ;
Jax-Three VP-5 flight crews Crew 31, led by Lt. Ken Arthur Combat "V" during the Korean holds the United Nations Service .
have joined the ranks of the (PPC) and Lt. Bob Nolan (PPT- conflict.He Medal, Wharing Medal with Gold a
seasoned "Mad Foxes" by 0); also received the Purple Star and the Cross of Gallantrywith
achieving ALPHA status in the And Crew 32,led by LCdr. Make Heart for wounds received in 1953 Silver Star.
DIFAR equipped P3A "Orion" Gavlak (PPC)and Lt.Jim Milam 4I
aircraft. (PPTC).
The new ALPHA flight crews Crews 20, 31 and 32 join three ::
include: other VP-5 crews who have Two Squadrons Leave, VP-49 Due In :1

Crew 20, led by the Executive achieved ALPHA status by
Officer and Plane Commander demonstrating in ASW exercises
'(PPC) Cdr. Harry A. Hoover and that they are fully ready to ac- Jax Patrol Squadron has readiness exercises and According to a Fleet Air Wing ;
Tactical Commander (PPTC) Lt. cept any of the tasks that can be scheduled its four month operational readiness 11 official, two squadrons will be ,
Homer Hawkins; assigned to patrol aircraft. deployment to the Mediterraneanto examinations to sharpen their deployed at all times because of
begin next week. Leaving skill as a mobile, adaptable, the increase in the patrol :
December 15, the Pelican quick reacting airborne unit in squadron members at Hangar ,
r I Recruiting Station Opens I Squadron will take VP-ll's placein anti-submarine operations. 1000.
Rota, Spain. VP-45 is one of two squadronsto Preparation is currently un-
I With crews operating from deploy this month. VP-56 left derway for the arrival of VP-49 .
Jax RAdm. Frank B. Stone first six enlistees, including his Rota and Lajes AFB in the last week for their annual from Patuxent River, Md. later
(Ret. USN), was special guest at son Randolph, who joined the Azores, the squadron will patrolthe deployment site in Keflavik, this month. Another squadron,
the Grand Opening of the combined Army. Mediterranean in support of Iceland. VP-24, is scheduled to arrive "
Services Recruiting Stationat The others were Patrick Fiala, U,S.Sixth Fleet ASW operations. Meanwhile, the Eagles of VP-16 early next summer. .
Normandy Mall last Saturday. Navy; Walton Campbell and Until they deploy, squadron returned last week from their These squadrons will arrive
He was asked to join in cuttingthe Margaret Waters, Air Force; personnel will be practicing four month deployment to with the new computerized patrol
ribbon to officially open the Robert Hedge, Marine Crps; and carrier evaluations, fleet Sigonella, Sicily. aircraft.
Recruting Office and swear in the Miss Joann Mattox, Army.

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TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY Dec.,15
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Pirates CPO Officers Hancock Support JI{

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Monday thru Thur .

11 am to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday &; Saturday WEEKDAYS

Friday 11 a.m to Midnight Sunday it a.m. to 1 a.m. Your

11 a.m, to 2 ..m. "'.m,.11 p.m
Friday & Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday Friday, December 10 Bar.
Saturday II to 1 II..m..ltp.m. SUPPER: EI Rancho Stew or Baked
'.m. a.m Noon to Midnight BREAKFAST : Chilled
Hamburg Pie, Buttered Egg Noodles,
Frl Sat
2
9 '.m. to am GrapefrultJuice/ Buttered Grits,
Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Harvard
Sunday 1t..m..la.m. Monday thru Thur Fried Eggs to Order, French Toast- Beets, Dessert Bar.
11 '.m. to Midnight IiI with Syrup, Choice of Ham or Pork
C '.m. to Midnight SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy Joes on
Sausage, Baked Beans, Yankee Corn
Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor
Bread, Pastry Bar.
Frankfurters, French Fried
DINNER: Mulligatawny Soup, Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans,
Editorial Italian Spaghetti Italian Meat Sauce
I, and Meat Balls, Pizza Pie, Garlic Dessert Bar.
Bread, Parmesan Cheese, Buttered Tuesday,December
I I Asparagus, Buttered Carrots, Peach BREAKFAST' Chilled Tomato
How Fair Is It ? Pie, Iced Lemon Cake Lemon Icing, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to
Chocolate Cookies' Cherry Jello w- Order, Griddle Cakes w-syrup, Choiceof
.fit rnijWijWl topping, Pineapple Pudding. Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Baked
SANDWICH LINE: Chicken Salad, Beans, Pastry Bar.
Jax Somehow it just doesn'tseem And eight or ten usually take
DINNER Vegetable Soup, Hot
Grilled :
Hamburgers or Frankfurters,
fair that a handful of peoplecan the time to attend the meetings: French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips,. Turkey Sandwich, Turkey Gravy,
pretend to speak for more It's obvious than a lot of peopleare Baked Beans, Dessert Bar. Snowflaked Potatoes, Cranberry
than a thousand people. being cheated. SUPPER: Seafood Platter of Fish Sauce, Boiled Pinto Beans, Buttered
Portions, Scallops and Shrimp or Green Peas, Pecan Pie, Banana Spice
There are more than a The people that are doing the ,. I Barbecued Beef Cubes, Baked Cake.
thousand enlisted men and cheating are the people who don't Macaroni Cheese, Buttered Mixed SANDWICH LINE: Ham Salad
women aboard NAS Jax (schools to the meetings.And Vegetables Tartar Sauce, Peach Pie. Grilled Cheeseburgers or Frankfurters .
included) who can attend the go SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Hamburgers .' French Fried Potatoes, .
if you happen to be an PROTESTANT or Frankfurters, Egg Salad Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert
Men's Club.
Enlisted
NAVAL AIR STATION Sandwich, French Bar.
enlisted man, you're the one Fried Potatoes,
There is one seat on the EM that's being cheated. Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert SUPPER: Baked Virginia Ham,
Club Advisory Board for each SUNDAY Bar. Pineapple Sauce, Mashed Sweet

Command and squadron (a total How is your representativedoing Church School (all ages) 9: Saturday, December 11 Potatoes Buttered, Broccoli Southern Spears Style ,Greens Bread

of about 40)). ? a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple Pudding.
Juice, Hot Oatmeal,
Worship 10:30: at All Saints' Order, French Toast, Fried Griddle Eggs Cakes to Wednesday, December IS
Chapel. Syrup, BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple
Choice of Bacon
or Luncheon
Fly High With the Best Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Meat Bar. Cottage Fried Potatoes, Pastry Juice Order, Hot, Wheat French Cereal Toast, Fried w-Syrup Eggsto ,

U.S. Bonds High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An Choice of Sausage or Luncheon Meat,
BRUNCH
At
Buy Savings : 9:30:
: Chicken
Rice
nex. Junior and senior youth Soup, Grilled Ham and Cheese, Minced Beef, Hashed Brown Potatoes,

.Fellowship-1:30: p.m. at Bldg. 722. French Fried Potatoes, Lemon Pastry Bar.DINNER. ,

Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at Merlnque Pie, Apple Dl11C *e, Grilled Beef: Steak Cream, Mushroom of Potato Sauce Soup,
Chewy Nut Bars,
small Chapel. Strawberry Jello w. Cream,
Baked Sour
I Topping, Butterscotch Pudding. potato w-
Tuesday SUPPER Creamed Peas and Carrots, Buttered
: Breaded
JTAX AIR MEWS Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Tomato Gravy Steamed Veal Rice Cutlet But., Brussel Sprouts, Boston Cream Pie,

at Bldg 750 and Christian Science tered Butterscotch Squash, Green Peas and Celery, Peanut SANDWICH, Butter Cookies.LINE: Grilled Hamburgers -

Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. Pudding. Ham & Cheese on Rye,
Sunday, December 12 French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips,
The JAX AIR NEWS' Is 'a Civilian Enterprise' Newspaper NAVAL HOSPITAL BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange Baked Beans, Dessert Bar.SUPPERtFrledLiver.

distributed .each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station Divine Worship-ll a.m. at Juice French, Hot Grits, Fried Eggs to Order; : & Onionsor
Toast, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Beef.Suklyakl, Onion Gravy, Fried
Jacksonville, Florida' by, the Holt Publishing Company a Bldg. 500. Choice of Ham or Pork Sausage*, Rice, Seasoned Lima Beans, Buttered
private firm. All_ Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Pastry Bar. Corn, Dessert Bar.
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS CATHOLIC BRUNCH: at 9:30: : French Onion SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Hamburgers

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Saturday Mass p.m. at St. Soup Salad,,Grilled Potato Chips Cheeseburgers, Pineapple, Cream Potato Sandwich or French Frankfurters Fried, Egg Potatoes Salad,

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Pie, Vanilla PUdding. Potato Chips, Baked Beans, DessertBar.

3119. a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- SUPPER: Pan Roast of Pork, .
Brown Gravy and Mushrooms, Baked 'Thursday, December
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Potatoes .
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Friday-ll:30 a.m. Wednesday ScalloPed w Sour Cream, Apple Sauce BREAKFAST: Chilled GrapefruitJuice

available for purchase use patronage without regard to race Mass 11:30: a.m. at the Naval Cherry Jello.Tomatoes, Cream Puffs, Hot Grits, Fried Eggs to Order of,
Griddle Cakes Choice
w Syrup
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creed, color national: origin or sex of the purchaser user or Hospital Chapel. Saturday Monday,December 13 Bacon or Ham, Home Fried Potatoes,

patron A confirmed violation or rejection of this poficy equal Confessions-4:15: and 5 p.m. BREAKFAST Pastry Bar.DINNER.
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print NATTC Hot Hominy Grits: Chilled, Apple Juice.. : Chicken Rice Soup
Order, Fried Eggs to Savory Baked Chicken, Gravy,
advertising from that source. Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. in of Luncheon French Toast w-syrup Choice Mashed Potatoes, Bread Dressing,

Building 500. Ground Beef Meat, or Ham, Creamed Hot Spiced Beets, Peas, Celery

;\ Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Potatoes Hot Chocolate Hashed, Brown Lemon Merinque Pie, Apple Dilly

concerning such should be directed to: DINNER: Cream of Pastry Bar. Cake.SANDWICH
Soup,Oven Roast Tomato LINE: Sloppy Joes
t41' of Beef,
: THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY ,Mashed Potatoes. Brown Beef on Hamburger Bun Grilled Ham
A Veterans Beans, Creole Snap burgers or Frankfurters. French
Administration Buttered
;.Y: 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 campaign to provide more on- Pie Yellow Cake Spinach w.Butter, Pumpkin. Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked

Telephone 3a .275S the-job training opportunities Icing, Iced Fruit Bars. Cream Beans, Dessert Bar.
for returning Vietnam Era veterans SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham. SUPPER: Italian Meat Sauce.

VOL. 29 NO. 38 DECEMBER 9, 1971 provides help for employ. burger.Sandwich or Frankfurters, Egg Salad Garlic Boiled Spaghetti Bread Seasoned Pizza PieToasted Cabbage,
ers in setting French Fried
up training. Potato Chips Baked Potatoes, Buttered Mixed Vegetables, But
Beans, .
Dessert terscotch Pudding, Strawberry Jello.I



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: Tax Civilian Menu I

Civil Service Highlights Jax-Following Is the menu for Wedneiday.Dec.15
the Civilian Cafeteria for the Vegetable Soup,Fried Chicken,
r week of December 13-17: Chili Con Carne with Rice, Baked
Monday.Dec. 13 Fresh Ham with Dressing, 7 oz.
Mlnestroni Soup, Braised Beef Chopped Sirloin, Fish.
with Noodles, Pork Cutlets with Spinach, 'Pinto: Beans, Corn,
Highlights Of Changes In Apples, Swiss Steaks with Tossed Mustard Greens.
Mushroom Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped Salad, CombinationSalad
Sirloin, Fish.Spinach Chef Salad Bowl, Plain
Pinto Beans, Corn, Jello, Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage
Labor-Management RelationsJaxA Mashed Potatoes, French Fried Cheese, Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage
Potatoes, Rice and Gravy. Cheese, Beet and Onion,
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Bean Salad.
number of substantive the agreement-I.e.! they may not is binding, barring recourse the Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Sweet Potato Pie, Apple Pie,
changes have been made in reach matters beyond its terms- other way. The existing Jello, Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage Chocolate Cake, Assorted.
Executive Order 11491 which and this system becomes the requirements relative to appeals Cheese, Fruit Jello, Plain Cot Pudding.
covers labor-management exclusive procedure for procedures remain. tage Cheese, Potato Salad, Thursday Dec. IS
relations in the Federal service. prosecution of covered Meaningful Economic Items Carrot and Raisin. Tomato Soup, Country Steaks,
The changes, which were effective grievances. The current Section 21 Chocolate Cream Pie, Coconut Yellow Rice, Franks and Beans,
November 24,are coveredIn 3. Otherwise, the features and requirement that agencies Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted Macaroni and Meat Sauce, 7 oz.
Executive Order 11616. scope of the negotiated system, recover costs for payroll Pudding. Chopped Sirloin, Fish.
The changes are the product of including cost-sharing deductions of voluntary union Tuesday,Dec. 14 Spinach, Pinto Beans, Corn,
extensive study by the Federal arrangements for arbitration, dues allotments is deleted, and, Cream of Chicken Soup, Roast Squash, Peas, Green Dry Limas.
Labor Relations Council are matters to be worked out at instead, is left to the parties to Round of Beef,Chicken Ala King, Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad
following its October 1970 public the bargaining table between the work out between themselves at LiVer with Onions, 7 oz. Chopped Chef Salad 'Bowl, Plain
hearings on the first year's experience parties themselves-no longer the bargaining table. Sirloin, Fish Cakes with Slaw. Jello, Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage
under the order. subject to regulation by the Civil "If the agency agrees to no Spinach, Pinto Beans, Corn, Cheese, Fruit Jello, Plain Cot
Duplication of Rights,Remedies Service Commission.To service charge or reduced charge String Beans, Navy Beans, tage Cheese, Stuffed Eggs, Tuna
The most extensive changes ensure consistent ap- below actual cost of the dues- Spiced Beets. Salad.
deal with Sections 13 and 14, plication of the new policies, the withholding service," the Council Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Egg Custard, Apple Pie, Layer
governing grievance proceduresand ammending order makes the opines, "presumably it would be Chef Salad Bowl, Plain Cake, Assorted Pudding.
arbitration. According to the Assistant Secretary of Labor- done on the basis that off-setting Jello, Fruit Cup, Fruit Cottage Friday,Dec. 17 ,
Council review, "employees are Management Relations the benefits of commensurate value Cheese, Fruit Jello, Plain Cot- Clam Chowder, Trout
faced with complicated choices in referee in such disputes. would be obtained from the labor tage Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Almondine, Meat Loaf with
seeking relief, the role of the Uniform Unfair Labor Practice arrangement." Cucumber Mix. Creole Sauce,Chicken Pan Pie, 7
exclusive union is diminished and Looking toward a single body of A like approach attaches to the Almond Cream Pie, Apple Pie, oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fried Fish.
distorted by permitting a rival unfair labor practice precedentsand current Section 20 ban on use of Banana Cake. Assorted Pudding. Assorted Salads and desserts.IL4PJ.t .
union to represent a grievantwith uniform system for their official time by employees while
respect to the interpretationand prosecution, the ammendingorder engaged as union representativesin
application of the agreement revamps Section 18 (d-) bargaining with agency r
negotiated by the exclusive which currently permits resort to management. Here, too, the I
representative, and the scope of separate ladders for resolution of matter is put up for negotiation-
negotiations for agencies and unfair labor practice charges.All but within clearly fixed bounds. $3199
unions is unnecessarily limited." unfair labor practice Measured against a "reasonable- ric iSt r Ai NVMtntvOiwMtrvA
To remedy these faults, the charges will be processed and time" standard, the parties may Your moit complete,,
amendments provide: decided only under the bargain on these new options for Mobil*Home Dealer
1. All agreements freshly procedures now provided by the employee negotiators; .
negotiated, renewed or extended Assistant Secretary and the 1. Ceiling of 40 hours, or astro- \ .r-
after the effective date of the Council.In 2. Maximum of one-half of
ammending order must contain a mixed cases-where an issue the total time spent in negotiation BUNDING
grievance procedure. may be prosecuted either as a during regular working hours. VAttANK 3 M 2. Negotiated grievance- grievance or as unfair labor These alternatives may be FINANCE p fcQX |jj| ORANGE PARK
arbitration systems are confined practice-complainant may opt to applied to "negotiation of an
to interpretation or application of go either route. But his election agreement.


Merit Promotion, Information
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Jax-Although there have been proximately ten days before their H employees nave not' submitted $2
no new Merit Promotion An- Notice of Rating is one year old, update Information and
nouncements since our last by submitting an SF-172 with the the anniversary date of their ,
publication, there are many notation "Update Information"in Notice of Rating has passed, they
announcements open continuously the upper right hand corner. should submit update information
now.
Employees are urged to look .- willgetyou

for these Merit Promotion An- ... For the best deal I In a
nouncements on the official NEWORUSEDCARSee
bulletin boards in their work or Call Gayle today at..
area. .. ,

Employees who have appliedfor ROBERTS $100
promotion to either a gradedor
ungraded position in responseto ,.' Hggiij CHI vuour r ;
an "open continuously" an- OlDSMOBflfL' -
nouncement and whose names Jur '
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Cove
Springs *
are on a list of those eligible for
promotion, are reminded that Jax Phone 264-4502
they should update their ap- Gayle Cooper Res. Phone 244-5583 f
plication each year. Join
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NAS Cecil This weeks Around
-, Cecil column has quite an
assortment of activities. If any
squadrons or other activities
aboard the base have
retirements, reenlistments etc.,
let the LATWINGER know We
think these people should be in tr4
the paper.
TD1 Albert C. Van Dervoort
recently retired -In ceremoniesheld
at Cecil Field. Albert after
spending over 19 years in the
service is only 37 years old. He
and his wife and family reside in
the Jacksonville area. Albert C. VanDervoort
TD1 I
'V'Va In recent ceremonies CaptainT.
T. Coleman presented ATI __
ti1A+N Ronald E. Hoadley, Jr. and
initialed award of $50.00 for his
/ Beneficial Suggestion for the
\ substitution of a fuse holder to lir
\, save the Navy money. ;
Sandy Sullivan recently r
enlisted for 2 years. Ceremonieswere K
Sandy Sullivan held by her father LCDR.
Sullivan, Assistant weapons
Not many act this way after enlisting. officer. Sandy was commissionedan
Ensign and will be stationed in ,1Ib !.1
the Navy Hospital. Mass. LCDR.
Sullivan and his family reside at
Ode To A Tidal Wave 7045 Hyde Grove Ave.

There (is a little Imp
That hot brightened up our bait
But now ,h,', 'leaving AttentionWives
And the sun may hide It', lac,. i
But the whole wide world
Has a special treat in tore,
For the Navy'e sweetest Wave .
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We send our love and blessings' problems which you may en
For the tasks that you'd purtue. counter. The school is the you ever question how the exchange question but it can provide you t
You left with u* a part of you "Towsend Prep"or Navy Service i or commissary store with a source of where to find the
To hold in memory; Wives Information School. Have i choose their products and what answer. This school was
Please know that we will mill you you ever had an unsatisfactorymove you could do to change them? designed to inform the wives and :
With (ove./rom Cecil' family. of household goods? Did The school can't answer every should not be ignored as just""
another way to take up your time.
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Ex-Flying Phantoms Get TogetherJax J

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Memories like old Anderson Capt. Walt Honour The award winning VP-18 was
soldiers never die. Capt. Robert Wagner and Cdr. once an integral part of the
And memories of a once Austin Zicht Capt. Honour, who Jacksonville Navy complex, but jiti
familiar local squadron were commanded the Phantoms from was decommissioned in 1968 Ja .
brought to life again May 1961 to January 1962 was along with 50 ships to meet DOD T t
Saturday night at the Patrol also a former Commander, Fleet fiscal restraints. The squadronhad
Squadron 18 Reunion at the Air Wing 11 here. been active in rescue
station Candlelight Restaurant. Many who attended the reunion operations combat readiness \
Ex-Flying Phantoms who have retired In the area while exercises and surveillance
served with the now decom some are still on active duty. Cdr. patrols in the Caribbean area
missioned VP-18 during its 11 Harry Hoover, a member from During its long career Ry
years of existence got together 1956 to 1966, is the executive squadron members have rescued
.for the first time in 18 years since officer of VP-5. Others have been burning ships helped the
the squadron was commissioned. scattered to assignments as far Icelandic Fishing Industry by
They numbered 130 (including away as Lakehurst N.J. eliminating killer whales which
their wives), and came from all The Reunion was arranged by a endanger herring schools off ,* r++ ,,
over the nation to attend the former Phantom ADJC Joe their coast, rescued disabled
Dinner and Dance. Bodin of the Career Information planes, successfully recoveredthe \.-,:, ..Z;; :,'. _;'!
Four of the former Jackson- Center. Assisting him was LCdr. nose cone containing the first
ville based squadron's commanding Les Breeding his officer in living beings to be rocketed into
officers were honored charge and a former member space monkey nauts Able and PLANKOWNERS- Four of the original squadron members go over
guests. They were Capt. Vernon also.i Baker; and were the first to spot one of VP.18's scrapbook collection of memories. AD1 William Mur
Scott Carpenter after his return phyL( to R)and Eddie Holmes are retired in Jacksonville while AOC
from the historic manned flight in Jim Brady is stationed at Lakehurst, N.J. ADJC Joe Bodin Is assignedto
outer space. The Phantoms took the Career Information Office here.THIS".
part in the Cuban blockade in 1962
and stood by during the
Dominican Republic Crisis in
1965.
VP-18 participated each year in
Operation Springboard to
maintain Atlantic Fleet combat
readiness during winter months.It .
also took part in Unitas
operations with Allied South
American navies. -.. e
I During the squadron's 14-year :
I existence, it has won numerous '' .
awards and commendations,
including the coveted Battle "E"
for outstanding combat efficiency ,
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a oK Y a f VP-18 was stationed here in I
U Jacksonville after its com-
missioning in 1953.Since then the
Phantoms have deployed to

PHANTOM COMMANDERS who got together at the VP-18 Malta Iceland,Argentina Sicily and, Rota the Azores Spain. t MY FOLKS WMilP; ME TO BE A SURGEoI, eorMY

i Reunion art (I Ito r) Capt. Walt Honour Capt. Vernon Anderson, Capt. The squadron was finally home KENDS ARE *0 SftAK1 :
i Robert Wagner and Cdr. Austin Zicht. based in Roosevelt Roads, P.R.,
where it was decommissioned. I
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Heroin Itself does no physical harm to the body. However, the
::1 iimiEEEi desperate attempt to get more heroin to avoid a withdrawal,
hooting with a dirty needle or overdosing lead to chances of a
speedier death.Vets .
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servicemen that is is a good ideato proceeds upon his death.
i keep abreast of the new Exempting insurance
benefits and programs providedfor payments and service-connected
them. disability or death, most VA
Citing one example, the benefits are based on at least 90
veteran's agency says that wives days of military service by the
and children of veterans (per- veteran or serviceman. Post
manently and totally disabled Korean and Vietnam Era
r because of service-connected veterans and servicemen must
FOLLOWING HIS OWN ADVICE,VP-5'i Career Counsellor, AEC Clyde C.Orender'shipped over disabilities) are now eligible for have at least 181 days of serviceto
by Lt.Tom Peterson,VP-S's career counselling division officer. educational benefits. qualify for G.I.home loans and
Also, wives and children of educational benefits.
servicemen (missing in action or
prisoners of war for more than 90
days) have schooling benefits
available to them. Furthermore,
widows and children of veterans
NOW THRU SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11eflfteqjcIFT (who died as the result of service-
connected disabilities) are also
eligible for educational help.
VA-guaranteed home loans are
IDEA available to wives of missing and-
or POW servicemen and for un-
remarried widows of veterans
whose deaths were service-
connected.VA .
points out that widows and
minor children may receive two
types of monthly payments "cu= lmslrrtR's' jcFa '/
dependency indemnity (DIC)
(if the veteran's death was
service-connected), or pension
payments, if his death was non-
true-to-life service-connected. In certain HONDAMOTORS
portraits cases VA said, parents may be
eligible for DIC checks. & CYCLES CO.
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Colors Can Improve Furnishings



Jax-Suddenly .... that light cool shade of paint on mits, try putting up very
large bare room is intimate all four walls and ceilingsand narrow eight-inch
the woodworkthe bookshelves which lead
3 and paint
cozy
.V k welcoming even if some same color. To go even by their horizontalsuggestion

,1jri of its furnishings are a further, use a matching into the next
year's budget away. scheme in the same shade room.
Or, that narrow, for the room's rug and key 5..Need to create more
ti +i1M1 ,t'r cramped hallway now curtains and slip covers to harmony in a room? If
seems to have enough the same color note. But furniture really doesn't
space to walk through avoid monotony by match too well in scale or

without feeling squeezed. splashing brightly colored period, try painting it all
These are "magic" pillows on the sofa or the same color.Decorators .

transformations that can couch, or striking a vivid
be economically achieved note with gay ashtrays or than three say that
more colors in
a
with paint! other accessories.
like
room, too much
Color experiments have 2.. .Need to shorten a long
jewelry, distract the
shown that certain hues room? If you own few and eye
gives a cluttered look.
have effects of furniture yet
amazing on pieces
To pick shades
our eyes and emotions. have a long narrow rec- your usea
Warm colors .. red, tangle of a living room, try colorwheel which shows
orange and yellow at- painting a dark shade of a how to pick shades by hue
(the color itself) the
the end value
tract and stimulate to sucha warm color on
) (lightness or darkness)
degree that a wall walls.
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; painted with them will This will help "pull the and the chroma (brightness
or intensity.)
1/1 seem to advance or room together" and
.r become closer to the provide a striking And them put that old
.f viewer. background for the fur- color magic to work!

ib } ( Cool colors blue, greenor niture which is already

M iLiBEAUTY violet calm and there. Putting your sofa or | Merry Christmas from...
soothe, and walls so other large piece of fur- BOB'SArchery
painted appear to recedeor niture on one of these end I
give the viewer an walls will help "back it Confer

illusion that he is up" and lend a feeling of -

AND HAIR CARE surrounded by more space coziness. SPECIAL XMAS PRICES
PROTEIN. than he actually is. 3..Need "shadows"? ..On TARGET* HUNTING
HAIR ISt1 PERCENT Airlines have discoveredthat The hardest wear areas of BOWS

about the other 3 percent,the."oltur.dlUtrtntebe" conttnt'n color can stimulate or the house .- kitchen, Use including our Indoor both shooting sets lanes
Ever Even It think the Proteint tittl' J"pei ntacahn permanent.make tht waving. Enlron."ent.I to- depress the appetite. bathroom, playroom and &compare.. before you buy,

that' ''''mport.nt success and maY failure dry in or add too much Ntlthtr moisture ot whityour Green foods like salads all their dust-catching WALNUT STREET
conditions h'r GREEN COVE SPRINGS
brittle or over elastic make travelers feel serene woodwork need a
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sickness.But disguise their short-
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walls stay in one place 4.. .Need to widen a long, 1 BUD'SCYCLE
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Center in Jacksonville are en
joying a whole new outfit of
playground equipment, thanks to Weeks of planning and a lot of hard work payed off for the NAS
the men of Weather Recon Officers' Wives when they came up "first" in sales at the annual
naissance Squadron Four. Jacksonville Officers' Wives Club Christmas Bazaar at the Officers'
Earlier this fall, word reached Club.
Cdr. Paul Siverly, commandingofficer The NAS Wives competed with other local JOWC units in raising
of VW-4 that the Center funds for the club,and placed second for their decorative sales booth.
needed special playground Their sales contribution to the club was a big success, thanks to
equipment for the children and t. Chairman Helen Sizemore and Co.chairman Rita Parks, who helped
he set out to help."Operation create the booth.Meanwhile .
Playground"began the NAS Wives are getting ready for their Christmas
for the Hurricane Hunters party to be held at 7 p.m.December 17 at the Officer's Club.
and their wives as they held The big event for the evening will be a "Hail and Farewell"
weekly sandwich and baked celebration. The bar is open from 7 to 8 p.m. followed by a buffet
goods sales in the squadron dinner, and dancing to the Four of Clubs.
hangar. Lt. LJ Jackson and Tickets for the semi formal occasion are limited and reservationsmust
ATCS J.J Scanlon volunteered to OPERATION PLAYGROUND-William HoldforthO( ), national vice be made early. Tickets are available through each husband's
help raise enough money to add president of the FRA, and Tom Lancaster (r), southeast president, department.at 5.00 a person.
to the growing fund. present Branch 91's contribution for the Palm Avenue ExceptionalChild For further Information, call Mrs. Imphony at 2642883.
Chief Scanlon,a member of the Center to Cdr. Paul Siverly.

Fleet Reserve Association,
Marine
raised contributions from FRA Wives ; .
Branch 91 with help from the
FRA ficers.national and regional of Plan For 72 iSS

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"All the training:, discipline, Jax-The Marines Wives Club r : : '
and technical know-how in the met Monday night at Bldg. 572 to .
universe will not produce an discuss plans for the coming 4r .. :_/'
effective Armed Forces with year. #
out the demonstrated support of This was their last meeting of
the people of this nation.-
the Members discussed
General Leonard F. Chapman, year. .. ; .
Jr. their upcoming: Christmas party, '
which is tentatively planned for
Saturday night.However .
,details have not been U ,
arranged and club members will )
have to be notified by telephone.The .
-
club President Mrs. Arthur ifoj
k..lv wb aq'a
ggJum1 Slocumb, is still working on N _w
plans for the party and anyone rl ;y '
\ who is interested in more in- tit i (
t formation, contact her after 4 ip
"{ iQQag
p.m. at 264-9487.

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You don't have to worry If you wrong may be better than the
While most people What has to happen? (2)) During protect you from such even deal with a reputable local promise of a "free" replacement
wouldn't make a major purchase what interval of time after tualities. But If you get one, be dealer, or if you buy a well If a company offers you a
without receiving some sort of purchase? ((3)) Who will make sure it covers the whole productand advertised national brand. But If guarantee to repair the product,
guarantee on the product, there'sa good? and ((4)) In what way? not just a part. buy a known brand from a you know two things: (1)) that the
widespread lack of knowledgeabout Some guarantees promise to The guarantee slip should you little known dealer, be sure you company thinks its product is so
what a guarantee is, whatit make good If you discover a always say how long it is good. Be understand the "factoryguarantee" good that it won't need repairs
isn't and just what to look for mechanical defect in the productthat sure to read the fine print. If a he shows you. replacement for at least the or
when offered a guarantee. existed at the time guarantee says at the top In bold will
you
the
In some cases, factory guarantee period; (2)) that if it
Take the case, for example, of bought It. Others promise to letters, "Ten Year Guarantee good only if the merchandise does, you're safe the
one lady who went In to get a make good In case It doesn't work but then goes on to say,in smaller make is bought from an fix it for nothing. companywill The best
replacement for her 'Lifetime print, that the guarantor will fix
properly. authorized dealer. In almost all guarantee is usually one where
Guaranteed' muffler which had The second guarantee is much the product free if somethinggoes the will either
burned out. She wasn't with it during the first cases, the factory guarantee company repair or
given a better, for it's easier to prove wrong the
the product; replace a product, depending
new one, however, since the that a product just stopped 30 days after purchase, you may covers won't only make good if the what is needed. on
guarantee was for the lifetime of working than to prove that it find that you have to pay the full factory installationjob.
the muffler not the lifetime of stopped because of an inherent repair cost if anything goes dealer does a faulty
these
By keeping facts
the car or of the lady! mechanical defect. wrong during the remainder of about
litre are tome tips that may If the first type of guarantee is the ten year period. In other If the product you buy Is a guarantees in mind wheneveryou
help you avoid such incidents and offered to you by a reputable words it's really a 30 day mechanical one, the guaranteemay go out to make a purchase,
labor or you'll probably stretch
make you a smarter shopper.A dealer, it's probably a subtle hint guarantee. cover the parts your
guarantee is a promise to that you may be buying too cheapa You're safe if you have it in both or It may cover neither. shopping dollar by getting more
make good in case something product. A $3.95 watch may be writing that a product is un- Find out for sure. for your money and avoiding
unforeseen happens to the thing free of mechanical defects, but conditionally guaranteed for a A guarantee to repair a productat costly outlays for replacementsand
you buy. Keep these four main that doesn't mean that a part definite period of time. no charge if something goes repairs.
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II I I :. .. ; lax News Briefs ':\, -- -- I II ,

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Customs Uniform ,. --
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j InspectionJax RegulationsJaxThe Military f

PaydaysJaxThe ;'! ar

The Customs Bureau is following uniforms
are
: getting tough on military men March authorized for wear until military paydays for
31
: returning from overseas. : this month will be Dec. 15 and "
1 In the past months, inspections Male Officers and CPO's: Dec. 30.Both .
! have increased to atop the flow of Dress Service Dress Blue, Service paydays will include pay I
I heroin and other drugs into Khaki, Tropical Khaki for 15 days.Enlisted .

the U. S. by thoroughly Aviation Long, Tropical White Long, and officer(other than r f fo
checking everything- including Green Working and DIFOT) flight pay will be included L,
Working Khaki.
personal baggage, household in the Dec. 15 payday
goods, military equipment, mail, CPOs Enlisted Men other than provided flight certificates had
ships and aircraft : Service Dress Blue, been received in the NAV-
made at Undress Blue, Service Dress FINOFF no later than 7:30: a.m.
Inspections are sea as
White, Tropical White ..
Long, yesterday. -; -
well as in the port of entry and Undress
White A and Dungaree.Hurricane.
overseas shipping point
i Customs agents may spend
! several days aboard ships Hunters ',,,.,.. t

and returning are assisted from Southeast by officers Asia, "READ YOU THE DICTATION? (C3(.IT,

a senior petty officers and Marines Get Meritorious MastJaxThe YOU'RE THE oNE WHO GAVE "IT

in their search for drugs or other ''
TO ME/
illegal contraband. '
Hurricane Hunters of operational
commitments
and
who is caught l is
Anyone subjectto VW-4 received
a Meritorious through your efforts minimizedthe
immediate disciplinary action. 'Mast Friday from the squadron's loss of life and property to the

commanding officer, Cdr. Paul citizens of our country and of NOW... YOU CAN REALLY LIVE!
ij.eliefEducation
Navy
L. Si erJy. those countries bordering the
...IN A FINESELECTION
The presentation marked the Atlantic Ocean, the CaribbeanSea ,
Loans end of the 1971 Hurricane Season, and the Gulf of Mexico." OF HOMES

a period made difficult by Cdr. Siverly also commendedthe STILL AVAILABLE AT... $ ;
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help your child complete a added load of changing to a new successful completion of Project ElEL. :JEI:: {:+ ir{k;;4?{
I college education. Last year aircraft while maintaining a full Stormfury operations, including S'r!,',' a:C.N5

alone, the Navy Relief Society operational schedule. successful seeding operations on 3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMES s '
I made $722,309 in educational "Despite these adversities, our Hurricane Ginger. 5N.

i loans to Navy and Marine Corps squadron accomplished its During the winter months, VW $18,700 to $25,000 <.,..: ;:

dependents. mission in an outstanding and 4 will be watching for severe VA and FIIA FINANCING a ; ;f>; ;
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:: Dear Friends, ratpHghl.ofthe
wily the dcsp
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them
notch to Chicken' Earles ((203)) and Lewis Hurst a Christmas Seal to especially honor
American League: Top sets belonged 'Super POW hat produced local artist, John
bowling efforts were turned in by Bryand (598); Dick Geselbracht (201). 'Mighty Mouse' (?) during the approaching holiday .ea.on. A seal. We are hoping
James Eytcheson(560( ,202.208)); (584)); Mighty Mouse Howard Howard had 'rousing 402,134 Manson,donated hi.talent In designing the both nationally and
Dale "Mighty Mouse" Howard ((580)), 'Super Kitten' Chlrichello 130 138, They should call him thl. commemorative .tamp will be used
183 206) Dick (550) Ralph Cameron (543)); Mr. Consistency. Internationally. "
(563, 174 ; ; and begin to. use the
Geselbracht ((555, 191 200)); LCDK 'Red' Beaudry ((543)); C. National League: The big Won't you please place your order today POW-MIA
witha Robby Roberts rollers on Thursday night were ? We would especially like( to see the
James Eytcheson (again?) Lambert (525); seal immediately the
((544, 174 209)); Dave Silver ((519)); Lewis Hurst ((512)); 'Socks' Seale ((542)); Dela Cruz ((541)); seal used on all mall going out of the United States. Imagine because (t.
(531, 183 181); Bobby Meeks Bowersox (502). 200 games were Sam Samu (529, 206)); Ed Smith Impact it could have a. It i. handled In foreign land -
((510, 190)); Bob Dremmel ((503, turned in by Bryand ((225 205)); (525)); Drummond ((511)); .Cline depict eight long years of suf fering by our gallant men.
189)) and Lee Hullum ((501, 181 Howard ((235 210)), Kyle Osier ((509)); Ralph Cameron((508 205)); The proceed from the seal will be used to cover our expensesin to the
171). Standings: (224); Chirichello (220)); AI Alcoran (SOl) and Mac Macko producing It and a great percentage will be sent andMissing
Boozers 22ft u* Geselbracht ((212)); Ed Smith ((500)). Chirichello only rolled two National League of Families of American Prisoners
Coarse Hairs 19 5 (201) and Lee (201). The games this evening but turned in in Southeast Asia to help with their national efforts on J
Screwballs 17 7 foregoing nicknames of the a fine ((448, 237 211)). behalf of the POW-M1A. i''
Marines 13 11 bowlers were supplied by The minimum out-of-state order we can accept I.tf.OO andorthat !
ElScavengers ,H 13 courtesy of Chirichello. in case amount you will receive 200 seals. Just a penny per stampf
VA-los 11 13 anyone thinks I deserve a poke in BASKETBALLLed There are 50 seals per sheet. No mall order can be honored and
VA-37 10 14 the nose. after December 10. Kindly send your check with your prder
by Mike Luchi's 19 points roder Is received. ..
8 / day the
% .eathe same
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Dinks / mail
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your
8 Atlantic League: Top bowlers and Mike O'Brien's 14, the VA-81 we to Colorado Springs for POWs.
16 were Chirichello ((540, 209)); Jake quintet overcame a cold shooting1st Make your check payable to honor the POW-MIA as they endure
A drive Is on to find an ap- Jacobs (528)); Wes Stearns (521); quarter to rout VA.105, 66-30. Thank you for helping lonliness and despair.
propriate name for Dr. Cohn'scellardwelling Frazier ((520)); John Dohse ((519)); Seas tallied 15 points for VA-105. their 8th Christmas of
five. Last week Al Copeland (516); Bryand (511, The 'Sunliners' made their
they ruined their image by taking 201)); Matthews ((511)); Dave second appearance also a win- Sincerely
four points by forfeit of Silver (505) and Dunn (500,200), ning effort as they eased past the Helene L. Knapp ''
course 200 games were rolled by Horace Marines, 81 -51. Four Sunliners MIA Wife Send to:
Men's Scratch League: High Hamby ((216)); Stewart ((204)), hit in double figures: Mike Luchi Colorado Springs for POWs
(20),Mike O'Brien (18)), "J" "J" Box 100,000
Wilson ((16)) and Bruce Stecklair Colorado Springs,Colorado 80901

tj,:;G&SSAt-AVENUE: : j l m: ((14)). in The past latter Issues has ,complainedthat we have

'l qlrsflgl.: spelled his last name incorrectly. Please.end sheet of POW-MIA Seals at 50 cents, per sheet..,
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Stecklair. see Brucie correctly! We can Talented spell .

FREEPortable Tommy Webb of the Marines took My check for Is enclosed.

TVwitn top scoring honors with a 24 point
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medical and uninsured motorists. Comprehensive, $100 Take 103rd to Firestone
WESTSIDE deductible Collision and Road service. Rd., Turn South 2 Blocks
Above coverage on' ?VW SEDAN. $161 ANNUALLY Past Forrest High School.
Above coverage on '69 CHEVY IMPALA. $185 ANNUALLY
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Movie Schedule
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JAX AIR NEWS : 388-2755

NAS JacksonvilleLATWINGER Acts .
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Tunde' for puti, i*. r,, ,hr i0iiowng, Thursday, IM H H m M M ffl ffl a a II I
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NAS. Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publisher"' ,s instructed, 0 hewwele A checktorr I II I

money order for the full cost of the ad mutt' be Thursday, Dec. 9 ((91 min.) j
receded, WITH the copy for 'the ad NAS: "CREATURES THE HOSPITAL: "THE TODD
WORLD FORGOT" Color KILLINGS"

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge Uline.12.00( ) Science Fiction, Starring Tony Monday Dec. 13

Jacksonville, Florida Per additional line ((4 words per line) SOc Bonner "GP" G ((95 min.) NAS: "SECRET OF DORIAN

HOSPITAL: "MACHO GRAY" Color Drama, Starring

____ _.__ CALLAHAN" Helmut Burger, Richard Todd,
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Friday Dec. 10 "R" G ((93 min.HOSPITAL .)

LIKE NEWMAGNAVOXSTEREO --- .- -.-- NAS: "BANANAS" Color : "THE COMPUTER -
EMPLOYMENT Comedy, Starring Woody Allen, WORE TENNIS
4 Spkrs., $75. 7728862. MOBILE HOMES Louise Lasser, "GP" G (82 min.) SHOES"
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NAVY< WIVES ZENITH COLOR TV
Put your skills to work. Interesting Large screen, 22 mos. old $250. 264- JUSTISSTRAILERPARK THE WORLD FORGOT" NAS: "HORNET'S NEST"Color

assignments for keypunches, ,typist, 2826. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS clean modern Saturday.Dec.ilNAS Drama, Starring Rock
secretary, dictaphone operator, trailer and Apts 389.3007. : "THE TODD Hudson, Sylvia Koscina, "GP" G
clerks, bookkeepers.HIGH RICK'S LICENSED- HEATING KILLINGS" Color Drama, ((110 min.)
Air Cond.
&
PAY NO FEE Refrigeration, Service, VAFINANCINGNo Robert F. and
Starring
CALL Reasonable. 388-5972. Lyons HOSPITAL: "SECRET OF
NORRELL money down on New Star Mobile
396-5371 Home. Ask for Ted or Bob. Richard Thomas, "R" G ((93 DORIAN GRAY"
AIR CONDITIONERSUsed. B&J Mobile Home min.) Wednesday Dec. 15
SECURITYGUARDSParttime. Exc. Cond., Two 8,000 BTU 110 3708 Philips Hwy. HOSPITAL: "BANANAS" NAS: "TWO LANE

Uniforms furn. Must have volt.Volts.$75.$125.each.771-3211 One Ext.18,500 8313.BTU 220 391-8926 Sunday, Dec. 12 BLACKTOP" Color Drama,

phone and car. Phone 743-5811 bet NAS: "THE COMPUTER Starring James Taylor, Warren

ween 10 am & 3 pm.BEELINE _n__ _______ 12 1 It7I x 60.PARKWOODMOBILE For Sale or Lease.HOME Raised WORE TENNIS SHOES" Color Oates, "R" G ((102 min.)

FASHIONS REAL ESTATEWE Front Kitchen wall to wall carpeting Comedy, Starring Kurt Russell, HOSPITAL: "HORNET'S
Needs managers and stylist. Earn --_.---- 2 BR, $89.17 with small equity to buy. Joe Flynn, Cesar Romero, "G" E NEST"
Lease 1 yr. for $125. mo. Mobile Home
your Extra spare Income time.and No Free collecting Wardrobe. No In BUY & SELL EQUITIESCall Living of Jacksonville Lot 190 387. ..._._._._.uu......._.n.._.n.._.n.._.nn........nn...._.nnu........__..nn.........,.....n.....n.nn........_.nnn..........n.u........_....n..nnn.....................on....

delivering. Use of car necessary. For us for quick service. 2304 after 5 p.m.
appointment call: 3581649. Morrison I I. Taylor, Inc. .
4543 Wesconnett Blvd. 10)( SO TRAILER
771.3052 737.3864 10 x 20 Fla. Rm. & Porch. Lot 100 ft.

Evenings PARTTIMEWORK after 6 pm. Need car and Pave Frontage $-,995. Buyer to fur.
'HIDDEN WATERS' nish 7819385. Want
financing. Ads
Sell!
phone. Call Mr. Simmons 737.2211,
Mon. Fri. 1 4 p.m.KINDERGARTEN. Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots
available. Excellent fishing, boating, MUST SELL
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also 1967 Hillcrest 17' x 56' over 760 sq. ft.
TEACHER permanent home area. High, wooded Extras. unfurn., Best Offer' Must see
Morning hours. Private school. Exp. lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake to appreciate. 772.0499. ,....,..to........................It,......"...,..,.........II.'.........II....."'11.11............
necessary. Call 3875339. Evenings Asbury on No. 209, La Rue 7253992.
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CASH TRANSPORTATIONRIDER
We buy, sell and trade equities.

MISCELLANEOUSMRS. 771-3600 Louise T. Bailey Broker Learn To FlyIntroductory


NEWHOMES Denver Area. Leave Frl., Dec. 17. Lesson

JEAN BAKER 3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built In Range, Arrive noon Sun. Split cost 4-sp. 737. FAA APPROVED
Teacher Secretary Chairmanof Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,300. up. 6410.
the American Legion Auxiliary of FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy. Private
Lake Shore Unit 137 Is Inviting all Edw. O. Lyon Broker, 781.1422. ATLANTIC ENT-A-CAR Commercial FREE
Legionnaires and guests to an open 17 yrs. 8. up. free delivery to most InstrumentInstructor
meeting to hear an address by Capt. FOR YOUR RETIREMENTBUY areas. 6217 Roosevelt Blvd. in back of For Limited
Billy Phillips, Commander of LAND Hess Service Station. 3875413. VA Approved
Readiness Attack Carrier Air Wing Time
Values up every year I 12'/s acres & up.
Four at the Lake Shore Post San Convenient to Bases, expresswaysand 1963 CHEVY. Sta.Wag. Courses Available Only
Juan and Lake Shore Blvd. on 12.13 at city. Country Atmosphere. $1,000 Good condition. Call 353.4641 or 387-

8 pm. per acre & up. 30 percent cast & 10 5339. HERLONG AVIATION, INC.
year mortgage to owner. Your Best 1965 MERCEDES DISEL
OFF NORMANDY BLVD. A 781-2636
A RECORDED MESSAGE BY A Investment. 1970 Eng., Radial Tires, Air, $1500.
LEADINGANNOUNCER WYNNE REALTY OF FLA.,INC. Call 772-2968 or 264-6187.
Tells you how you may become a 4653 Highway Ave. 389-5514
DISC JOCKEYCall 67 VW SQUAREBACK
355-2944 any hourVAAPPROVED OPEN HOUSE Clean, 1 owner, $950., R & H, exc.
6958 Rollo Road Sat.& Sun. Cond. 264 2826. 100 %
For Veterans and servicemen 5 Bedrooms, Den, 2 Bath,
Redecorated. Ready for occupancy, SHOPTHESE PRICESI!
GEORGE'S KENNELS
Est 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Pay equity and assume payments of 65 Simca $345 GUARANTEE!
Pick up 8. Delivery Available. $110. 65 Comet A.T, Air $500
Grooming, Defining & Bathing. Vansandt Realtor, 65 Fury I III I I A-T,Air $600
3S7-1213 66 Chevy A-T, Air $625
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard 67 Datsun Sta. Wag. $890 We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance inspection.
5085
accepted. Visitors welcome. Clean Then we tuned up tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. ORANGE PARK 66 Volvo A-T,Air Clean $890 And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
3 BR, 1V2bath,central heat and air, all 67 Monaco 2 Dr. HT major mechanical parts*for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on in and
SEWINGMACHINESSTEREOS brick home. Utility room, garage and AT,Air $1150 double check,
fenced yard. 6 percent mort payments ROYCE SMITH MOTORS -
1125 Arbor Circle, Orange *
$122.50. ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
I have 4 1971 Golden Sew Singer ZigZags 890 Cassat Ave. 384-3658
Park. 2644117. ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICALSYSTEM
and 4 1971 Electrophonlc
stereos. Used for display In model ORANGE PARK 67 INTERNATIONAL PICKUPV8
70 VW STATION WAGON, Red & White, $2495
homes. Will sell for a fraction of their This 3 BR, 2B w-w carpet, CH-CA, Make offer. 890 Cassat Ave.
cost. $65 cash or terms. Free home Home In walking distance of Bryan 70 FASTBACK. Sharpl! $2095
trial. Call display manager 7376502. Jennings School. Available Jan. 3. 64 VW VAN 69 VW FASTBACK. Air conditioned. $1895
Call Diane Vance Associate Rebuilt Motor Good Cond., $600. or
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS "JACK VALENTINO" swap for VW Sedan, 3844648. 71 "411"VW SEDAN 4-Door, Air Conditioned,
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape 264-4367 MLS Realtor 398.8191 R&H. $JS75AS
players. At dealers cost to liquidate KARMANN GHIA Radloand heater. $1575
stock. Full warrantyl! Phone 7710409.LIVECRABSANDFRESHFISH BOAT FOR SALE
RENTALS 16 Ft. Bowrlder. 1970 with 40 HP. 70 VW SEDAN Radio and Heater. $1895
,
Otbrd Motor, Tilt trlr. Many extras. 69 V W SEDAN Radio and Heater. $1595
Wilford's 264-9707. See at Qtrs. N. NAS Cecil or Ph. 771-
Fish
Camp..
8313. $1350. 68 VW SEDAN Radio and Heater. $1495
PARK 3211 Ext.
ORANGE Dish 66 VW SEDAN Air conditioned, Radio and Heater,
,
FLYTOWHERE'A"ywher. 2 BR,, Apts furn. or unfurn.
., you want, flight Instruction washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth Nice carl ms
or charter. Call Dick or Bill Apt., 771.1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS.. Savings Bonds make ideal stocking 70 VW POP.TOP CAMPER Radioand heater. $3195

781-2636. fillers. You can buy them in a wide 71 PINTO Red, Auto. trans., Air, Deluxe trim. Extra
fit in small pack.
price range, they
LAWNS EDGING i MOWING Air Conditioned 2-Bedroom, Living ages but grow bigger in value Sharpl! 8,600 mi. $2295
Curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We Room, Kitchen, Bkfstnook parking year by year. 70MAVERICK Auto. Trans., R & H, Lowmileage.750
clean up the mess and leave It neat. space for 2 cars, water, sewage, 68 TORINO Auto. Trans., R & H. $1495
Call Hart, 771.3211 Ext. 8340. garbage, lawn service. Furnished-
$120 Unfurnished $100 plus 4 percent

HEATING sales tax. 387-2541 Weekends,369.0744. Also 14 Assorted Demonstratorsl! Low mileage, Expert care,,

Central Furnaces, Wall Furnaces, BEINGTRANSFERREDTLet Air conditioned, Automatic transmissions etc.

Space Heaters, Clean and repaired. a retired Navy man who understands JrJ )
Tyler's Heating and Air Cond. YOUR problems "nonage' ..J'
388-5U1 the rental of your house until you .. -
4711 Palmer Lake Shore return to Jax.Bartleson,0'NelU.
Payne, Inc. DEERSPRINGS WESTSIDE
1147 So. Edgewood Ave.
New Year's Eve Party 3889311UNFURN.
Music, drinks, favors plus catered ESTATES
breakfast. $10 per person. Tickets on HOUSE IN '
sale now. ORANGE PARK ...ATKEYSTONE 'VOLKSWAGEN INC.

,Fleet Reserve Clyb 3 BR, 1 B, Fenced yd. $13$. and 1 HEIGHTS ,

5391 Collins Rd. month security. 264111613BRUNFURN.HOUSE. MOBILE HOMESITES 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781.5511 '..

W. Simpson & Co
Clyde
GARRARDTURNTABLECHANGER New OPEN DAILY"T08:30.SATURDAY. 8 TO]
112 blk off 103rd. St. Kit, equip.. '
'
paint Inside and out. REALTOR 356-6849 SUNDAYtT06PMDECEMBER
Amplifier,AM-FM receiver,80 watt. 2 Louise T. Bailey I
speakers Oil walnut woodwork $125. 771-3605 Broker ,
364-2033.
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I Red Cross Volunteers Hold Ceremony I



Jax-The Red Cross Volunteers Red Cross volunteers across the Armor, Lorena Ashcroft, Lola ;';>
of NAS Jacksonville met Tuesdayat nation before returning here. She Barker Dorothy Donnelly, Jean
the Officer's Club for their works at the Hospital's OB-GYN Dullaghan, Linda Fulmer Mrs. ,"
annual volunteer graduation and Clinic. C.K. Griffin, Madeline Guilfoyle,
award ceremony. Other awards are: Betty Hadley, Mary Hooper,
Seventy-five students of the Linda Kelly, Susan Kincaid,
Naval Hospital's Volunteer Class Alice Cummings 17 years; Geraldine Lamar,Evelyn Latner
56 received their caps from Capt. Louise Cannon 11 years; Maggie and Earlene Malotke. .
Marcella Smith, NC, Chief of Dotson 10 years; Dena Cipolat Also: Barbara Metz, Alice
Nursing Service at the Hospital. nine years; Catherine DeLany, Peterson, Margo Phillips, Betty :
Among the graduates was 19- Ruth Kozak and Lillian Simpson Purcell,Bessie Robinson,Evelyn tT
year-old Michael Louie,a studentat eight years; Wilma Eldridge, Rounds, Ruth Sourbeer (RN), M
Florida Junior College,and the Kay Lancaster, Beatrice Taylor Yoshiko Sparkman, Lisa Taylor,
first man to become a Red Cross and Margaret Wilson seven Carmen Thorp (RN) and Sally '
volunteer here. He works at the years; Margaret Nixon six McNulla
Hospital emergency room and is years; and Betty Becker five The graduating class includes:
one of 263 volunteers with the Red years. Dorothy Allen, Lorna Andrle, H.tU
Cross here and at Cecil Field. Also: Lexie Farris, Ruth Elizabeth Austin, Margaret
Each volunteer receiveda Garst, Elizabeth Mahoney, Bellflower and Betty Blanchard.
certificate and was accepted by Micky Thweatt and Martha Susan Brabenec, Betty U r
David L. Stephens, MC, Weaver four years; Edith Bracewell, Janice Bradshaw,
Chef of Outpatient Service. Anderson, Amice Billings, Judith Freda Britt,Mrs. Nedrell Brown,
y r Mrs. Lawrence Geis, Honorary Cherico, Gladys Crider, Pat Bushee, Ann Cannon, Beth
Chairman of Volunteers, Catherine Crooks, Corine Loll, Carter, Donna Cassell, Diane
presented service pins to 67 Darlene Morton, Germaine Coleman, Diane Crow, Emily
TWENTY-ONE YEARS Coats ( ) accepts a 21-year service
members for volunteer work Stanford and Helen White three Derby,Nancy Derby, Mary Ellen Billy. r of Red
award and from Mrs. Lawrence Gels Honorary Chairman
totaling 215 years. The highest years; Ingeborg Conely,Barbara Field, Elsie French, Sylvia Cross Volunteers pin in Jacksonville. I
award for 21 years went to Davidson, Susan Davis, Janye Godley and Cecila lIardenkoph.
Mrs. Robert C. Coats, whose Goble, Edith Griffin, Janet Heiss Mary Harrison, Mrs. Andy
husband is a retired captain. Her (RN), Jane Henney, Elizabeth Hess, Louise Hines, Debbie Marguerite Solomon,Jo Spencer,
21 years of service began when Howard, Susan Pease and Fran Holloman, Katherine Horton, Linda Spicer, Shirley Stark, SERVICEMEN...
she was capped here in Phillips two years. Wendy Imphong, Betty James, Ermine Stephens, Lana Swilley,
Jacksonville in 1949, she says. One year awards went to Michael Louie, Sharon King, Barbara Teemley,Sandy Tooker, At holiday timeS -
Since then, she has worked with Louise Anderson, Margaret Viola Lawrence, Nancy Bobbie von der Hyde, Fay
Longraph, Pat Lovejoy, Joyce Walker, Barbara Walkup,
LaMay, Michelle Mann, Claire Genevieve Warwick,Nancy West
Navy Credit Union Monroe, Margaret Morrison, and Teresa Whitehurst.
Marsha Nolan, Mrs. Lorrell!1 Special guests at the ceremonyand
I Oliphant,Mary Pekks,Constance luncheon were Capt. John
Peltier, Wilma Rhoades, Sheila Kincaid, NAS commanding officer
Starts New Program Rice and Sandra Rose. ; and Capt. Tom Coleman,
And: Luann Roy, Jane commanding officer of NAS Cecil
Scanlon, Missy Sharp, Field.
Jax-The Jax Navy the men in the squadronwant -

Credit Union has introduced and need in the way Maharajas Do It!
a new program to of credit union services.
promote the services offered ABH1 Frank Ham, ALL YOU CAN EAT!

by the credit union Career Counselor for VA-

and to encourage the men 174 at Cecil Field, is the l
to make full use of these first credit union $ 2 5
services. representative to be 2 v
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The Unit Representativewill selected.

act as a liason between Eventually, the credit
TUESDAY thru SATURDAY Dowagers Do It!
his squadron or union hopes to have a
command and the credit representative from every BERKSHIRE HOUSERESTAURANT

union,, keeping the Credit unit at both Cecil Field and
DELICATESSEN CATERING JJ
Union informed of what NAS Jax. SERVICETHE .d
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I Jax Traffic ViolationsJax i 111ffflr. .


-The following Is a report cident 156 .
of motor vehicle accidents and Number of days since an injury December 2. Disposition of the 11R P1AIilMil ". .
violations for the period of last cases included the following
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traffic year this time 65 :-. Iu ,>-
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16 lost ... ..
November 2228.Number driving and parking I r :.... .
Privileges aboard 'hI
the ,
station for 2? '
of Accidents Number Violations various to periods; 9 were assigned r )...\, "o :.t 77 t..: $,I'' :.:,,
complete r
an eight.hour
course IlIll 'liCJ
This \ il'fnl'Up "
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period 53 remedial driving; 16 received I r. / :,_.
This period 9 Speeding 17 suspensions; one was given a l''i MJ., 3h 4 DoiI -
This period a year ago 5 Reckless driving 0 warning; 2 were dismissed; 8 '- JSOD K.n$111\1
Total accidents this year 320 Going through stop sign 0 were fined (U, S. Magistrate); I ; Anyf r 11.J0IJvu \
Total accidents through this Other Violations 36 and 4 were referred to com
period last year 291 manding officers for possible ll i iIltimli
Total number of days since last 24 drivers appeared before the disciplinary 9 drivers action.
were assessed
injury In a motor vehicle ac Traffic Hearing Board on traffic points. 23 I

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Officers Mess (Open) is
sponsoring a New Year's /e P'o2&'i Plan IU
Eve Party for all retired .
and active duty officers in
the Jacksonville area. e
Say "So Long" to 1971
and"Hello"to 1972 in style. .i
1'r'CI Tickets are $17.50 per
couple and include a filet
mignon dinner served from
f 7:30-10 p.m., champagne,
dancing to the "Clubmen"from
HM2 WILLIAM AIKEN, Jr., a NATTC Drug Awareness Team 9 p.m.to 1 a.m. and a Y w Or
Leader, receives a letter of appreciation from NATTC CommandingOfficer buffet breakfast at 12:30:
CAPT John E. Kennedy. Aiken earned the letter by donatinghis a.m.
time to speak to civilian junior high school students regarding drug Reservations are
awareness. required and may be made
During his on-duty hours, Aiken is a part of a drug awareness team by calling 7723042.Reservations.
headed by ODR Stanley Block,NATTC Personnel Officer. The team Is are I BELIEVE YOU'LL FIND OSGOOD THAT E
designed to help NATTC"students who have used drugs combat their limited, so call early. THE NAVY DOESNT ASK ITS ACTING CORR3RAL5
problem. I TO 60 DOWN WITH THE SNIP






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overseas isDECEMBER

1200 Officers To Get

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Jax-Approximately 1200 obligated service) will not be
selected Reserve officers will transferred or separated until
receive early releases during final action is taken on their
FY72, according to Admiral requests.
S S Zumwalt. Officers exempt from this
co iec.erias
BlandingBoulevardHouse Citing "fiscal constraints and program include:
Cedar Hills Shopping Center
of Quality Foods. downward in
Phone 771 9223 adjustments a. Officers serving in Viet
THURSDAY Is authorized strength" as the
Every
FRIDAY I Night is releases, namb.
Every reasons for the early Nuclear-trained officersc.
YOUR Day at 5'S I the CNO said that Reserve of-
.. FAMILY NIGHT Officers with more than 4V4'
CHOICE OP. ficers who further
serevice
request
Your choice of years continuous active duty,:
COUNTRY Chicken & active through duty agreement augmentation or, The early releases will be effected .
HAMBURGER 89 79 agreement to extend for a normal by March 10, 1972 or
.with Hash BrownsSMOTHERED Dumplings tour of duty (in no case less than earlier as agreeable to officers
and commands concerned.
Steak one year beyond minimum
Chopped
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AM til 2PM DINNER PMtilBPMrsp ; Gloucester

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D etailerAccess r

APPRECIATION .. SSgt
jack Schell of the Marine
Reserve Training Detachment
receives a Letter of Commendation .
from the Commandant L -
of the Thai Marine Jax..As the transition to t >
Corps. The award, presented to Centralized Enlisted Detailing 1
him by Lt. Col. D. G. Ranney, continues the Chief of Naval
MARTD CO, cited his performance 4 F. Personnel is considering new
of duty as supply ad. ways to strengthen the Enlisted
visor to the Thai Marine Corps personnel division and providethe
from March 1970 to March 1971. best possible service.To .

SSgt. Schell is presently non. improve the responsiveness
commissioned officer.in-charge detailers, the following acticns
of the MARTD supply section. have been taken:

I A) First of all, expanded hours u
are now in affect to provide
greater accessibility for response
to detailers.

B) More additional telephones
have also been installed to Increase
access to detailers.
MERITORIOUS MAST-SSgt. Rudolph Singleton receives a
With the new changes in effect,. Meritorious Mast from Lt. Col. Let E. Blanchard,MATSO CO, for his '
CITED Cpl. George Crosser activities are encouraged to take work in off duty activities. SSgt. Singleton was cited for his efforts to
was cited in a Meritorious Mast full advantage of the expanded help the"Karen Robinson Fund"buy a Kidney machint. Ht was also
with his commanding officer, Lt. services. It should be noted that commended for his work in founding the NAS Judo Club.
Col. D. G. Ranney. Cpl. Crosser this service is Intended for
was commended for his out- queries concerning individual s s
standing work with MARTD's members of the activity.
aircraft maintenance section. SISTER RUBY
When queries are made con-
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fift laid out. The Jog's conditioned and ready, shooting, and leave 'quick draw' gun play to the
Hunt'"i and'the alarm'is set for an early hour. experts ', .
But stop and consider for ,a minute-will you 11. Unattended guns should be unloaded. Guns
be hunting game or trouble T and ammunition should be stored separately beyond
Plenty of trouble may be waiting, to lower its the reach of children and thoughtless adults.
/ sights on you if your head isn't loaded with such Ammunition should be locked up
.
For'TROUBLE precautions as these: 12. Never lay a loaded gun down in a boat.
1. Treat every gun with respect due.a loaded Never lift a gun from a boat by the barrel.
,' :' gun. This is the first rule of gun safety. 13. After a fall, or a climb or after walkingover
!
r\ 2. Guns carried into camp, home and automobile plowed ground, examine your gun to make
1( or when not in use, must always be unloaded sure that the barrel is clear. In fact, always insure -
)) ifi:' and taken down or have the actions open. Guns that your gun or rifle is in good operating
I always should be carried in cases to the shooting condition. The barrel and breech should be free
.. area. It is not only unsafe but also unlawful to and clean from any foreign matter which may
have in your vehicle any shotgun or rifle containing tend'to clog them.
shells or cartridges in the magazine or 14. When in any area where other hunters may
chamber. be, wear bright colored clothing; red or yellow
3. Always carry your gun'so you can control hat and shirt or jacket. Yellow has been provenas
the direction of the muzzle, even if you stumble. the most easily seen color and is preferable.Know .
cj Don't lift a gun by the muzzle and keep the what you are shooting. More men are
safety on until you are ready to shoot. killed each year by fellow hunters who swear it
4. Always be sure barrel and action arc clear was the biggest buck they had ever seen..
j of obstructions, and you have ammunition of the 15. Be sure you read and understand the hunt
proper size for the gun you are carrying. Re- ing rules and regulations pertaining to the area
move oil and grease from chamber before firing. in which you are hunting. Obtain current game
5. Never pull a gun through a fence. Hand it laws from your local sports store where huntingand
1- over to someone or lay it down on the other side fishing licenses are sold.
before you start through. Point it away from 16. Each year there are many cases of people
ruiy H ti yourself and others. dying from heart attacks while hunting. Make
.. 0, Don't lean a loaded gun against a tree or a sure you are in good health and do not overexert
fence, where it might be knocked over and dis. yourself Know your limitations and do not go
charged. beyond them.
7 Be sure of your target before you pull the 17. Prior to leaving on a hunting trip make
trigger. Know the identifying features of the sure that some responsible person knows, in detail -
game you intend to hunt. Be sure no person is where or in what area you will be hunting,
in the line of fire. and the estimated time of return. Report back,
8. Never shoot across roadway or in the direction either personally or by telephone upon return.
cf living quarters. Never hunt alone.
Cut moving costs 9. Never shoot a bullet at a flat, hard surfaceor Make the hunting season a safe and enjoyableone.
the surface of water when at target practice.Be And remember that safety is always in sea
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NDRC FINAL STANDINGSW Jax-An organizational meeting 1972 Spring
teams are just getting a fell victim
good many look at each other. Anderson 66-36.14, Recorla had 19 L Intramural Bowling League was held yesterday and
Arthur and
NATTC completely dominated Barnes 11 Davis had nine 12 for MATSG 10 0 anyone who is interested in entering a team but was not
MATSG last week as they won NDRC. NARJAX 9 1 able to attend the meeting is asked to contact the
handily 70-27. Greley led the Hospital,who fell victim to the NATTC A-CMAINT 8 6 2 4 athletic office immediately.
NATTC attack with 17 points balanced VP-5
attack in the first 679th 6 4
while Dufney backed him up with of
game the
12. Long had nine for MATSG. little balance season of their displayed a FICEUR 4 6 Jax-TheJax Navy Golf Team will meet the Mayport
NATTC also played NarJax week as they dropped own the last Ad- NFO NAMTD 3 3 7 Navy Golf Team on Friday December 10 at noon at the
last week and while they allowed ministration team 6742. VP-45 3 7 7 NAS Golf Course. The match was originally scheduledfor
NarJax to score a little more than Marasov had 15, Lind 15 and HOSPITAL 2 8 last weekend but was canceled because of bad
MATSG they still managed to win Bryan 13 for Hospital. Hall had MARTD 1 9 weather.
with few problems 7048. Jenkinswas 17 for Administration.The .
high point man with 20 and Bees played their first
Dufney had 19 for the winners. game of the season and came out aloeal.to .cssoetaaltalonroc aatfioaWattStloea/ot/ K aiACr4
Abbott scored 14 and Canfieldhad winners over MARTD 56-40.
12 for the losers. Buckley had 15, Vogt 12 and a
VW-4 won its second game of Collins 10 for the Bees. Franklin
the young season 64-33 over had 18 and Tuggey 11 for
ComFairJax. Heath scored 14 MARTD.In .
and Denford 15 for the winners the closest game of the week
while Mole had 10 for the losers. in relation to all the other scores
VP-5 is showing signs of havingone the Marines won over Medical 45
of the most balanced teams in 36. Forney had 17 for the Marines
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Slips By Bees Pin Busters Take Lead ,



For Position In PlayoffsJaxThe In Bowling Round RobinJaxThe


Intramural Bowling Radar 17 promptly came back
Round Robin got underway last from their loss to the Good and
VP-45 Intramural the final game of the season for week and in games through last Bad to serve the VP-45 No. 1 team
Touch Football team clinched each team. Monday the Pin Busters led witha with a three games to one loss.
second place In the National The Bees made it known that 6-2 record followed by the Good Wood led the winners with a 190-
League Last week after a coupleof they wanted into the playoffs as and Bad at 8-4, VP-45 at 4-4, the 559 while Manjuck rolled a 203-551
scares to gain the final positionin they held off VP-45 for a 6-0 lead Late Chargers at 4-4 and Radar in a losing effort.
the playoffs which come to an at halftime in their battle for 17 with a 2-10 record. When it came time for the Late
end at 4 p.m. today. second place. VP-45 finally put ---- In the early rounds the Pin Chargers to meet Radar 17 it was

The Mad Foxes were the first to things together towards the end, BIG BASS Tom Foulk proudly Busters were led by Duckett witha the Late Chargers who came out
throw a scare into the VP-45 team however, and pulled out a 16-14 displays the fiVj pound Black 202-537 as they defeated the on top three games to one.
last week as they downed VP-45 victory for sole possession of Bass which he caught last weekIn Late Chargers three games to Parson led the winners with a 204-
22-14. The game was deadlockedat second place. Guzzardi! scored a the Casa Linda Lake here at one Forgrave led the Chargerswith 565 series followed by Marrs witha
14-14 at the half but'the Foxes point after attempt and a TD, NAS Jacksonville a 201-540 while his teammate 205-547 and Plummer with a 203-
held their foes scoreless while Swift scored a TD and Gunter Plummer was close behind with a 541. Wood again led Radar 17
they scored the winning points. scored a point after attempt for 208-536. with a 223 and a 209 for a 579
Anderson, Lago and Brown the winners. Collins and Murray Pistol Duckett led the Pin Busters to series and he was backed up by
scored touchdowns while Cathey scored TDs and Stone scored a another three games to one Linsenmayer with a 213549.
and Van Diver scored point after PAT for the Bees.In StandingsAMERICAN victory, this time over the Good Lipka fed the Good and Bad to a
attempts for the winners. and Bad team. Duckett had a 223- three game to one victory over
Guzzardi! and Parmley took care other games last week
579 while Jack McCarley gave the VP-45 No. 1 team as he rolleda
NarJax downed MARTD 14-0 to
of VP-45's
scoring. LEAGUEW him a lot of support with two 204 199-218-197 for a 617 series.
VP-45's loss to the Foxes put end its season with a perfect 14-0 L
and a 563 series. Blunt had a 200-566 and Fletcherhad
the Bees behind record while Medical finished off FICEUR 9 0 games
only one game
Earlier the Good and Bad team a 202-549 to back Lipka.
VP-45 and as it turned out VP-45 by losing to VW-4 15-14 and to NATTC 9 2 up
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was scheduled to play the Bees in MARTD 3018. WEAPONS 8 3 winners
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Radar 17. Coots 195530.
MARINE BARRACKS 4' 6
with a 199-200-216 for a 615 series The Final Round to determinethe
I I I VP-5 FAW-11 4 1 7 8 while Blunt added a 207573. champion will be held tonightat
Football Standings NFO 1 10 Linsenmayer led Radar 17 with a 6 p.m. at the NAS Bowling
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