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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 16, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised"

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11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday

Friday 11 I.m. to Midnight Sunday U a.m. to 1 a.m. Your WEEKDAYS

111.m. to 2 a.m. 11a.m..11 p.m.
Friday b Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday

Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 arm 11..m..t1pm.. Noon to Midnight Friday,December 17 Dessert Bar.SUPPER .
t arm to 2 a.m. Fri Sat BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange : Beef Pot Pie, Boiled
Sunday 11..m..1..m. Monday thru Thur Club Juice, Hot Buttered Oatmeal, FrlJd Franks, Buttered Egg Noodles,
t I.m. to Midnight. it a.m to Midnight ; Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes w- Steamed Sauerkraut, Buttered
Syrup, Choice: of Sausage or Luncheon Broccoli Spears, Salad( Bar, Coconut
Meat, Baked Beans, Pastry Bar. Bars, Peach Pudding.
DINNER: Oyster Stew, Fried Fish SANDWICH LINE; Chicken Salad,
Portions or Beef Pottles Jardiniere, Grilled Hamburgers,or Frankfurters,
Christmas Day Menu Tossed Green Rice, Buttered Broccoli French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips,
Spears, Tartar Sauce, Buttered Corn, Baked Beans, Dessert Bar.
Steamship Round of Beef Lemon Meringue Pie, Apple Dilly Tuesday, December 21
Cake.
BREAKFAST: Chilled Grapefruit
Baked Chicken SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Hamburgers Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Hard Boiled
Brown Beef Gravy or Frankfurters, Deviled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, French
Ham, French Fried Potatoes, Potato Toast Syrup, Choice of Sausage or
Snowflaked Potatoes Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert Bar. Ham' Hashed Brown Potatoes,
, Buttered Green Beans SUPPER: Ginger Pot Roast of Corned Beef Hash, Hot Chocolate,
Beef, Vegetable Gravy, Mashed Pastry Bar.DINNER.
Au Gratin Cauliflower Potatoes Lyonnnaise Wax Beans, : Onion Soup, Steamship
Sauce Buttered Spinach, Blueberry Pie, Round of Beef, Brown Beef Gravy,
Cranberry Christmas Sugar Cookies. Mashed Potatoes, Seasoned Green
Chef's Salad SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy Joes on Beans, Tomatoes ft. Okra, Salad Bar,
Mexican Cole Slaw Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor Coconut Cream Pie, Applesauce Cake
Frankfurters, French Fried w-Ralsins.
NAS Salad Bar ServicesSt. Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans, SANDWICH LINE: Ham Salad,
Dessert Bar. Grilled Cheeseburgers or Frankfurters -
Salad
Assorted Dressings
Saturday, December It French Fried Potatoes,
Fruit CakeStrawberry .Edward's Chapel BREAKFAST: Chilled Grapefruit Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert
Chiffon Pie Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Bar.
Dec. 24: 11:30 p.m. Mass, Order, French Toast w-Syrup, Griddle SUPPER: Simmered Corn Beef or
"Christmas" Cake Confessions from 3.5 Cakes, Choice of Bacon or Ham, Chili Macaroni, Boiled Potatoes,
p.m. Cottage Fried Potatoes, Hot Buttered Carrots, Fried Cabbage,
Ice Cream Dec. 25: 11 a.m. Mass (no Chocolate, Pastry Bar. Salad Bar, Raisin Cookies, But
Hard Candy-Mixed Nuts Saturday afternoon Mass) BRUNCH at 9:30: Minestrone Soup, terscotch Pudding.

Hot Dinner Rolls"Holiday" Dec. 26: 8 a.m. Mass Grilled Cheeseburgers, French Fried SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham
Potatoes, Salad Bar, Dutch Salad
Apple Egg
Frankfurters
Jan. 1: 11 Mass burgers or
a.m.
(
no Cake, Devil's
Fruit Punch Food Cake, Vanilla Sandwich, French Fried Potatoes
Saturday afternoon Mass) Wafers. Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert
Jan. 2: 8 a.m. Mass, 11 a.m. SUPPER: Braised Pork Chops, Bar.
Mass; Confessions heard % hour Brown Gravy, Steamed Rice, Ap Wednesday, December 22
before each Mass plesauce, Boiled Navy Beans, But. BREAKFAST: Chilled Apple Juice,
tered Greens Yankee Corn Bread, Hot Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to
JTAX AIR NEWS Salad Bar, Dutch Apple Cake, Cherry Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup Choiceof
All Saints' Jello w-Topping.
Corn
Chapel Ham or Bacon, Southern
Bread, Pastry Bar.
Sunday,
Dec. 24: Christmas Eve BREAKFAST:December19 Chilled DINNER: Tomato Rice Soup, Swiss
Pineapple Rissole
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Candlelight Service Order Juice, Hot Farina, Fried Eggs to Steak Potatoes Tomato, Buttered Sauce Lima, Beans,

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station. Dec. 26: Church School at 9:15: Cakes,,French Choice Toast w-Syrup, Griddle Buttered Spinach, Salad Bar Pump

Jacksonville/ Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company._ a a.m., Morning Worship at 10:30: Sausage, Hashed of Brown Ham or Potatoes Pork, kin Pie, Yellow Cake w-Lemon'toes lang tn;
submitted In the JAX AIR NEWS Dec. 26 Church Pastry Bar.BRUNCH. SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy
private firm. All Copy for use : School at 9:15: Hamburger Buns, Grilled Ham
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2. NAS a.m., Morning Worship at 10:30: Soup, Grilled at 9:30: : Beef Noodle burgers or Frankfurters, French

Jacksonville/ by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News a.m., Youth Worship at 10:30: French Fried Potatoes Cheese Sandwiches Salad Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or a.m., Youth Fellowship at 1:30: Peach Pie, Iced Lemon Cake Bar,, Beans, Dessert Bar.

3119. p.m., Evening Worship at 7:30: Chocolate Cookies. SUPPER: Grilled Salmon Pattiesor
p.m. SUPPER: Potatoes Pan Baked Veal Loaf, Tomato Gravy,
Gravy,
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Jan. 2: Same as regular Fried Cauliflower Mashed French Baked Macaroni 4 Cheese, Buttered, Salad
without regard to race, schedule Buttered Mixed Brussel Sprouts, Buttered Corn .
available for purchase use or patronage Vegetables, Salad Bar, rw
Peach Pie, Bar, Iced Fruit Bars, Orange
creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser user, or Pineapple Pudding.Monday ding.

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal BREAKFAST, December 20 SANDWICH LINR: Grilled Ham'

opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Juice, Hot : Chilled Tomato burgers or Frankfurters, Deviled
Hominy
Grits Potato
Fried
to Eggs Ham, French Fried Potatoes
Order,
from that source. Griddle
advertising Cakes Bar.
Choice of w-Syrup, Chips, Baked Beans Dessert
Bacon
Minced or Luncheon Meat, Thursday, December 23
Beef,
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Pastry Bar. BREAKFAST: Chilled Orange
concerning such should be directed to: F iedNChickeinke: Rice Soup, Oven Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to
Cream Choiceof
Gravy, Mashed Chicken Order, French Toast w-Syrup
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Dressing, Potatoes Cornbread Luncheon Meat or Ham, creamed
Buttered Potatoes
Polonaise Spinach, Chipped Beef, Cottage Fried
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Sauce. Salad Cauliflower, Cranberry Pastry Bar.DINNER.
Bar, |
Telephone 388.2755 :1' Marble Cake. Pineapple Pie' : Cream of Turkey Soup-,
Gravy
SANDWICH Roast Turkey Log, Turkey

VOL. 29 NO. 39 DECEMBER 16, 1971 : Cheese or JV F Rye ank,urterGrilled: Hamburgers &- Mashed Fried Hominy Potatoes, Buttered Cranberry peas sauced w.
French
Potatoes Potato Fried Bar, Pecan Pie Banana CakeVanilla
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Breakfast Anyone?

I f Early risers need not go
NextYear Plan For
without a square meal be/ore
1 e work each morning since the
Supply Department hat rolled out
the Chuck Wagon to make break
Family Night Out fast quicker and easier.
i. Capt. Richard O'Loughlin,
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Supply Officer has initiated the
Enlisted personnel are Fried Potatoes, Potato convenience of the Mobile Break-
cordially invited to enjoy Salad, Baked Beans, fait service for the station
Family Night (Chuck. Frankfurter Rolls, Salad military and civilian employeeson
wagon Meal) at the NAS Bar, Dessert Bar, Western 1 t weekdays.The .
Dining Hall January 5. Fruit Punch. r. truck drives to major
All guests must be ac. Please make reservations commands at an appointed time
companied by an Active no later than each morning with a Continental
Duty Military Sponsor.The January 3 by calling Ext. Breakfast. This includes milk
menu is as follows: 3302 or 3257. ROLL OUT THE WAGON, PARDNER Capt. R. C. O'Loughlin pastry, cereal fruit or juice.
Chili Hot Dog or Bar. Meal hours will be 4-6:30: Supply Officer,and CW02 William T. Wilding, Food Services Officer, The .schedule/ Is NATTC 5JO -
beque Spareribs, French p.m. sample food from the "Chuck Wagon. The Chuck Wagon will be 8.-JJ, Hangar 1000 from 6:30 to
making stops throughout the station to refresh you before you head out 7:00 and Hangar 123 from 7:10 to
on the range, flight line, etc. 7:30.

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In this weeks
\ NAS CECIL -
around Cecil column the spotlightis
on VA-83 with three reenlist-
t ments.
AMII2 James T. Tolbert of VA- 4
on 18 ,. ..
83 reenlisted for 6 years "
I, November 1971. The oath was AZ3 Raymond i D. WinslllTD1
administered by AEC Alfred A.
Wagemen in the squadron ready
I room Tolbert first enlisted in the
1 Navy In February 1968. lie
resides with his wife Anna and r slIt
their son James in Orange Park,
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Florida
I ADJ1, Kenneth R. McMillenof ,
VA-83 reenlisted for five more R
on 16 November 1971. The t
years ,,
ceremony was conducted by Cdr.D. t1 i1 .
B. Gilbert in the squadron
ready room. McMillen who first
enlisted in the Navy in May 1967, "-
resides with his wife Sandra and .
their two children at 3522 ColjeanRd.

James T. TotbtrtI ., Jacksonville, Fla. ... .__ David 0. Scruggsrmrrmtl
I D. Winsell of : BaaugMmB --oUIIift
I .... AZ3 Raymond
VA-83 reenlisted on 19 November
1971 for another 6 years. The
ceremony took place in the I
squadron ready room. Wensell
and his wife Terri Ann presently < t

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'\:. Jacksonville, Fla
or,; TD1 David 0. Scruggs recently I
I reenlisted for 6 more years.
I Scruggs is attached to FaetulantDet.
Cecil Field and has been in
\ V I 1 the Navy for 17V4 years,with this,
; < reenlistment he will be on his way
to 24 years. Scruggs and his wife William H. Higgins
Carmel reside in the Jacksonvillearea.
Cecil CommissaryCommissary
William H. Higgins recently
received $110 at ceremonies held Store Patrons are CHECK fr'
: by the Commanding Officer for advised that the President's price
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hangar doors. His suggestion was moved into Phase II. Ac-
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has an estimated annual savingsfor Store prices will be the
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Jax-SFl Earl F. Parker, how" in handling people under
Master-At-Arms in charge of the normal and abnormal situations."
THE NAVY'S NEWEST FIGHTERthe F-14, made an appearance here Friday. Pirates Cove, has been named
The F-14 will replace the F-4 fighter that has been in Navy service for the past 15 Serviceman of the Month. For winning the honor, SF1
years. He is responsible for the Parker will receive a free trip to
security and assignment of St. Augustine, courtesy of the
personnel to potential trouble local USO and free dinner at
Station Introduces Newest spots within the club to maintain the Candlelight Restaurant.SERVICEMEN.
appropriate conduct and prevent
major disciplinary problems.
According to a citation ...
Pollution Control nominating SF1 Parker for the
FacilityJax honor, he has shown "out At holiday time-
standing leadership and Initiative
far beyond his and
of
NAS Jacksonville will add significantly to the Navy's efforts to help military service age experience.years
control pollution and clean up the St.Johns River with its new$2 million sewage "His ability to organize,

treatment facility. -- --____ ___ _________ supervise and follow through on
assignments Is indicative of his
The facility, which modifies military aircraft. both Jacksonville worth and potential to the Navy. )
parallels similar aid and Among the dignitaries companies. "His primary asset is his "know
control
water pollution
attending the
efforts by the city of tomorrow morning ceremony will be Fishermen Find ]rowning Victimboat
Jacksonville other
Navy
Congressman Charles E. Maharajas Do It!
organizations or area Bennett, Jacksonville Jax-The Navy's search for the was swamped by high
commercial enterprises, Mayor Hans Tanzler and young NATTC student who waves. Petracci disappearedand
will be dedicated at drowned December another who
a 5 while sailor was
RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis
grand opening ceremony fishing on the St. Johns River fishing nearby attempted to
Commander Fleet Air ended Saturday.The rescue the other two but his boat
. at 10:30: tomorrow mor- Jacksonville. Capt. W. B. also capsized.The J
body of 18-year-old Anthony
ning. Jones, commanding officer three men were rescued by
L. Petracci, an AO School
The new plant can treat the station SAR helicopter and
of Southern Division
student, was found by some
than million taken to the Naval
more two Naval Facilities fishermen about 500 yards from Hospital
Dowagers Do It!
where examined and
gallons of domestic and Engineering Command at where he fell into the water when released.they were
industrial waste daily, his boat capsized about 1:30:
Charleston, S. C., will also p.m. Petracci's body was returned h
with the quality of its effluent be on hand to officiallyturn He was fishing with two other Monday to his hometown of JJ 4
output exceeding all over the facility to AO School students when their Haddon Heights, N.J. for burial.
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air station, it will also &plaxa

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Santa gives presents to all the I

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SANTA climbs on board the Cherokee 110 with his pilot for a single-engine "sleigh ride" to Cecil a

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Cecil It look like all hit pre season committment would keep white Cherokee-150 owned by the Flying Club and piloted by a member .
Santa Clout from making too many personal appearances during the En. Ralph Whittle, 01.001 VA-81.
Christmas rush. Not the (east surprised by the man of many surprises, the children
But true to hit style, old St. Nick couldn't turn down an Invitation to greeted Santa's unique arrival with enthusiasm and took turns for a
hot VA-81's annual children' Christmas party at Cecil Field super sleigh, ride 'in the single' I engine plane while Santa gave
Saturday morning presents to all the children. RTU-62
Field to his reindeer' Santa was
pick
Before Herlong
leaving for up
He ran (Into one big obstacle, however. Jet traffic( was much too
heavy at the air field( to allow hit eight timid reindeer a soft landing. hosted to a tour of the squadron's hangar area where static displayswere
set up for the open house event. ACDUTRA
Undaunted by the unfortunate circumstances, Santa decided to Lt. Sewall even allowed him to 'inspect his A 7E Corsair 17 as a
join em" (Instead of taking a risk with Rudolph and the rest. So possibly' more elective means of travel in the future. It seems,
with the aid 0/Lt. Andy Sewall a VA-81 pilot and a member of the Jax however that Santa prefers. traditions to the Navy's super sonic Jax-RTU-62 has completedtwo
Navy Flying Club at Her long Field he was able to make his 11:15 jet way and will again appear on the Big Night with his trusty sleigh weeks of ACDUTRA in.
appointment at the hangar on time. and eight tiny reindeer. cluding transition to the P-3A
He wax whisked to the party in spectacular style in a red and. Orion.

Extensive transition trainingwas
'accomplished by both flight

ffO4 ALL YOU CAN EAT! crews sonnel.A and maintenance per

Santa'f pack 'Is brim- total of 22 officers and 132
enlisted men participated in the
ming with gifts and $4)25 cruise which saw 188 flight hours
greetings. We've addeda logged. In addition four enlistedmen

special thank you for !k., CHILDREN attended one week schools
our fine customers. :::a $1.00 for P-3 seat positions and anothersix
enlisted men attended a 20-
TUESDAY thru
SATURDAYBERKSHIRE
i hour CNARESTRA Jezebel
HERLONG AVIATION, INC. HOUSERESTAURANT course.
OFF NORMANDY BLVD. A 781-263S Two pilots, Lt. George Anderson
DELICATESSEN CATERING SERVICETHE and Lt. R.B. Hodge
VILLAGE SQUARE LONDONTOWNE 1579 LANE AVE. SO. requalified as P-3A PPC's.As .
an additional highlight to
the training three navigational
flights were made to the Azores
Martin.-j WESTSIDEJACKSONVILLE'S I LTh T and two more flights to Puerto

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SPECIAL PURCHASE STANDARD EQUIPMENT patrons are advised that the
President's stabilization
,BLEMISH TIRE SALE WHILE THEY LAST INCLUDES: / program has price now moved into

.Reclining Bucket Phase II.Accordingly.
,
.........................r CuaRAntcc ........................" Seats 1 increases in
White Wall Tires Commissary Store prices will be
These art all premium tires with full 4 ply polyester cord. They have Nylon the result of increases in vendors'cast
Carpets
slight appearance blemishes most un-notlceable. Mechanically they all

.have our 12 month.......road.......hazard..........guaranteeSIZE ................................................... Wheeltovm Front President's prices as permitted. by the
disc brakes > UP TO 14 Ml program.Commissary
REPLACES PRICE Stores are
Tinted glass PER GALLON
C-78X13 6.50x13 16.00 Limited required by law to sell at cost
E-78x14F78X14 7.35x14 16.50 Supply plus a mark-up to cover specified
7.75x14 17.00 operating expenses such as
G78X14H78X14 8.25x14 19.00 SANTA'S BIG 'UNS utilities maintenance of
8.55x14 22.00 operating expenses ,

J-78X14 ,I 8.85x14 24.00 Come & Get Urn While They Last! miscellaneous services and
F78X15078x15 '' 7.75x15 17.00 spoilage of merchandise.The .
," 8.25x15 19.00 71 BUICK RIVIERA,Loaded! Commissary Store
H-78X1S 8.55x15 22.00 71 OLDS 442' Auto. PS, "' Alr'( Console< ,. U7U operates on, a non-profit basis,
Map
.. 9.00x1 25.00 Loaded I Wheell, which is reflected in the mark-up
LJ8X1S 9-15x15 26.00 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL,4 dr,LO'dtd uns policy,and all labor, both civilian
70 DODGE SWINGER 340 S429S and is from
2-door military paid ap
F.E.T. $1.92 to $3.19 HeaterWS.W. Hardtop' 4 speed Radio,
propriated funds.t .
Some an tube type. Price Includes tub*..All have dual stripe whitewall. t* FORD GALAXIE| 4-door SlstSR.dlo
Hardtop. .
,Heater W.S.W.Tinted olass,Factory Auto.trans air. ,V t, i p PB,
Call us for a complttt lint of 4 ply nylon I steel belted radial sports .. 41 CADILLAC 2 Dr. Hard Sl49S
Imported car tires, MICKEY THOMPSON HERCULES 60 & 70 series Top loadedl6IftLYMOUTHSATELLITEWAGONLoad!
raised white letter side walls.We have a tire for all need's. S2"St
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BUSHELS OF OYSTERS types Fresh& SCALLOPS Seafood AVAILABLEAll .; :' r..t?,: p sure. i*;Toyota;,::*.VolvokTrIumpk ; 4118 PHILIPS HWY. INC 737-4366

Featuring Specially Prepared .j 1 4 ; #Fiat.ti t:Austin' .JIcaley ..: 1I'I' 5070 NORMANDY BLVD. 387-6489
Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs : 1. & Used/ Mobile// Homes
gSERVICEPAR'S'e.SLM'ERITTIRES'thonec! ; : }; 1 '; Over 750 New
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IS eight-hour course in remedial BUY U.S.SAVINGS.
Speeding received oN
I Reckless driving 0 drivingfourteen ) { THAT
I Traffic ViolationsJaxThe 7 suspensions; six were given
Going violations through stop sign 29 warnings; one was dismissed; BpNOS I AGREE!
Other
ten were fined(U.S. Magistrate);
following is a report Total accidents through this appeared and four were referred to commanding -
of motor vehicle accidents and period last year 302 Twenty-five drivers Boardon officer for possible
traffic violations for the period of Total number of days since last before the Traffic Hearing of disciplinary action.
November 29-December 25. injury in a motor vehicle accident December 9. Disposition rt 2AmericaNoirelle1fNm
Number of Accidents 163 the cases included the following: Six drivers were assessed
Number of days since an injury Twelve lost driving and thirteen traffic points.
aboard the
This period 7 last year at this time 72 parking privileges
This period a year ago 11 Number of Violations station for various periods;
Total accidents this year 327 This period 49 twelve were assigned to complete










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There's no faster-acting remedy for health insurance Last year we paid out over $580,000,000 in health care

worries than Blue Cross & Blue Shield. Just flash your benefits to our Federal Employee members. That's

ID card and you'll get In or out of our member hospitals millions more than any commercial health insurance many

.. without delay. Anywhere In the U.S.A.
company paid out in health care benefits that same
Besides, your Blue Cross & Blue Shield coverage is So, prescribe the best of care for your family year.and

remarkably soothing. In fact, we offer Federal Employees 'yourself. Blue Cross & Blue Shield: America's No. 1
the most comprehensive benefits available. relief from
health insurance. worries. .: ';'.' .
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Coral Sea To RVNUSS
Calif., November 7 after completing 3. Is serving a sentence imposed NEX Holiday to Admiral Zumwalt, where he j
CORAL SEA-The a sixth successful by a court-martial. will be one of five officers on theCNO's
sailors deployment to Vietnam where All requests for discharge '1
who Schedule Executive Panel.SERGEANT .
"recognized, understood
and
met their they completed construction at should be submitted in writing by tk
duty" when the aircraft seven sites. The men also the member to the Chief of Naval Jax-During the period between
carrier USS Coral Sea made its completed two important coastal Personnel via his commanding December 18, 1971 and January 2, ,
on-time
departure for Southeast surveillance radar stations and a officer, and may be submitted 1972, hours of operation for the }
Asia received high praise by key intermediate support base only by the Navy member concerned following Navy Exchange
Secretary of the Navy John for Vietnamese Riverine facilities will be:
Chafee and CNO Adm. Elmo operations. The following information must NATTC Cafeteria, Bldg. 554,
Zumwalt. be included: : full name, grade- Mon. Fri. 8:30-3:00: : Sunday
Appartently, some dissidents rate, file-service number-social noon 6:00: ;
among the crew had voiced their Surviving Member security number, branch of NATTC Laundry Pickup, Bldg.
objections to the Coral Sea's service, relation to the memberof 554, Mon. Fri 8:00-4:30: : ;
coming WestPac deployment and DischargeJaxA the family killed, captured, or Snack Bar No. 2 (East Side), .P r
were actively encouraging other missing in action, or as much of Hangar 1000-Closed;
crewmen to join in boycotting theship's this information as can be ob- Snack Bar, Bldg. 200-Closed.
departure. However, only service member whose tained.
25 sailors actually missed the father, brother or sister was New SkipperFor
movement,only four of whom are killed in action or died in the line
believed to be associated with the of duty while serving in the Armed Uniform Changes VP49 MAJOR Joseph
dissident group. Forces after Dec. 21,1959, or Jax-Cdr. Robert A. Hall is W. Da I ley, the Marine Corps' top
Adm. Zumwalt spoke on behalfof died after that date from injuriesor Jax-Because weather has scheduled to relieve Cdr EugeneA. enlisted man and senior advisor,
the entire in disease incurred in the line of is visiting NAS Jacksonville
Navy commending continued to be warm, RAdm. Tansey tomorrow as Com
those who did sail with duty, or is in a captured or Lawrence Geis, commander, manding Officer of VP-49. today to meet with enlisted men
the ship for their support to the missing status, may apply for Fleet Air Jacksonville, has The "Woodpeckers" of VP-49 and review Marine recruiting
commander in chief and the and be granted an administrative authorized Navymen to wear arrive here in January from procedures downtown. He will
nation's committments. discharge if the surving family their tropical uniform Patuxent River, Md. attend a dinner in his honor at
member meets the following round. year Cdr. Tansey will report to the 7:30: tonight at the Petty Officers'
conditions: Office of the Chief Club. All area Marines and their
However, he noted that on cool of Naval
...As Seabees Leave 1. Was inducted mornings many have been seen Operations as Special Assistant ladies are invited to attend.

2. Has not reenlisted or wearing "odd jackets" with their _
Jax-The famed Seabees finally otherwise voluntarily extendedhis uniforms. --mRRY CIIHIJTmnS -
brought their Vietnam period of active duty in the "
com "This will
practice stop, he
From All
the Staff at
mittment to a close as Mobile Armed Forces, and says. "The only coat or jacket
Construction Battalion Five 3. Is serving on active duty authorized for off-base wear with ASTRO MOBILE HOME _
departed their base there. with the Armed Forces on or the tropical uniform is the
The men of MCB-5 recordedthe after Sept. 28, 1971. raincoat. The blue working Phcet Start At $3499 NeMentyDowfiiirVA
final chapter in the Seabee These discharge provisions do jacket may be worn with
involvement in Vietnam, which not apply when the member is in dungarees." .
the following situations: Mobf/* Horn* taler _.
began at Chu Lai in 1965. At the The year-round summer -
peak of the build-up, there were 1. Has court-martial charges uniform policy applies to Waves, ,
12 Seabee battalions deployed pending against him also. The women may wear the Sstro homes
!there. 2. Has been tried and con- men's blue dungaree working
In more than six victed by a court-martial for an jacket with their LAk.I.
years dungarees or
VAI.IANKFINANCING 3 Mies $ B ot I m
offense and whose case is being ; pu
Seabees produced about $200 slack outfit on-base only.
appealed &0, 60Kill ORANJE( PARK
million worth of projects, including
logistic bases for Viet
namese naval forces as well as
support facilities for the
Americans. 1r _J *
Seabees were also active in \", A ; :
Civic Action to aid South Vietnamese t. \ YOUR HOLIDAY 1"4.B NKbVMAILII i;
families in Self Help '
projects. / SPECIAL
MCB-5 arrived at their
homeport in Port Hueneme, ., ANEW'72SEDAN with ,

HELPSUPPORTTHE ;;:: EXCISE TAX REMOVED \
ORANGE PARK"RAIDER BAND" .

"RENTAKID"Students l. @ \
to do all odd|lobs. 53 72
Work wilt be done Dec.23Jan.3 for
CALL: only Monthly Payments

Jeff Gortney Nelson 264.5148 264.2527Bill 1 st Payment-45 DaysDelivered

Mark Stud2645287 In Jacksonville Including tag title & Sales Tax.
Berry Boland 264.9606 ANNUAL PERCENTAGE RATE 8.4 percent Interest$228.37;
Documentary Stamps $3.00; Total Note $1933.92; Trade.In
Ray Canova 264.6846 $468.50; 36 Payments $53.72.
Diane Rondeau 264.6401
WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN
Carol Wight 2604.6776
Claire Davis 264.6072 1150 LANE AVE. SO. PH. 781-5511


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I Have a MERRY CHRISTMAS all year round... our monthly statement will make it easy for
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you to find the errors your ways.

I in this DREAM BOAT! Don't just pay your bills '
Pounce on em.ORANGEPARK.
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The meaning of Christmas was traditions of Christmas, the officers The success of the day was I
reflected in the eyes of twenty men and wives of VA-45 revealed in the laughter, smiles,
six underprivileged children initiated a program to make sparkling eyes, and soft gigglesof
from the Mattie V. Rutherford Christmas a reality for as many excitement that projectedfrom
Elementary School last Saturday children as possible. This year. these children. Carryingtheir
The excitement of VA-45's for the second consecutive year bag full of goodies from the
little guests was displayed in the Blackbirds hosted children store, the children boarded the
their active participation of from the Mattie V. RUTHERFORD bus for Cecil Field jnd a morning
bringing in the yuletide season Elementary School. filled with touring Attack
with traditional Christmas Beginning with loud choruses of Squadron FORTY FIVE'S TA-4 r
Caroling. Thus began the "Rudolf the Red Nosed Rein aircraft and a ride in a crash e
festitive day as the Blackbirds of deer"and "Jingle Bells" the bus, crew truck.
Attach Squadron FORTY FIVE filled with children and An afternoon of hot dogs and
continued what has become a chaperones, mades its way hamburgers at Lake Newman
squadron tradition. toward May Cohen DepartmentStore along with the receiving of .. .
V Beginning in December of 1964, for a shopping spree in the Christmas Stockings filled with -- -'
after finding out that many toy department. Greeting the toys and candy, toothbrushes and
children at Fairfield Elementary children at the door were the shoelaces, began to bring the
School would be unable to enjoy dedicated employees of May party to a close. After
the laughter, surprises, and Cohen who eagerly participatedin distributing clothing gathered for
gaiety that are childhood helping to make the party a the occasion, to the children,
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huge success. With shrieks of everyone headed for the base
delight and faces filled with theater for cartoons. As the afternoon
captivating smiles ohe children drew to a close, the
NEWEST CONCEPT began their selection of gifts froma children wearily headed for
wide selection of the latest toys home. Their thank yous meant a
IN APARTMENT LIVING and games. Having completed an lot to all of us that came in contact
exciting hour of chosing sur with them for the
meaningof
1 1,2 1 BEDROOM 1 AND 2 BATHS
prises, the children were greetedby Christmas was reflected in
Kingsley
Spacious rooms wide windows
none other than Santa Claus
central heat & air condo Private their eyes.A .
patios sundecks swimming pool Armt himself who led the children
and party room. jovially through Santa's Land special note of thanks to the
264-8102 and then on to breakfast in the chaperones who devoted their FUftNItUREf
coffee shop.The trip was coveredby day to go along with the childrenand
Values)
1800 KINGSLEY AVE. the Jacksonville news medias. to everyone who helped make
DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding Throughout the year, various this Christmas project a success. WHPtEAlE
Blvd sundry stunts, sales, and plans
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1.M1UN1J men and wives of VA-45 in orderto _
insure that the needed money iT. :
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Limited Supply Available

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Supply Department,receives congratulations from LCdr. Calais after
completing 21 years of Civil Service,all at the Supply Department.

I.J6I Mrs. Chesser Named 1


Civilian Of The Month :

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Jax-Eunice P. Chesser, In- several hundred procedures and
ventory Management Specialistat instructions," according to a
Supply, has been named citation nominating her for the
whereyou're November's Civilian Employeeof honor, "and her accurate in.
... the Month. terpretation and application of
Working in the Control these instructions has resulted in
Division, Stock Requirements, outstanding support in supplyingall
going Commodity Analysis Section III, local units and ships with
Mrs.Chesser performs inventory provisions, thus enhancing better
control duties for provisions, customer relations.
including items that require Mrs. Chesser has performed
constant surveillance due to their over: the years virtually without
AIRLINETICKET highly critical nature.As error, always exercising sound
It coordinator for high judgement in her daily work
OFFICE demand and critical consumer scheduling and decisions as to
items, she has maintained an appropriate action in varied
(JAMTO) outstanding record of availabilityunder situations."
constant fluctuating work Mrs. Chesser received an
MAYPORT: Building 24, Phone 246-5427 loads, yet stayed within budget Outstanding Performance Rating
0800 1630 Monday thru Friday requirements."Mrs. and a Quality Salary Increase for
Chesser has a thorough the rating period April 1970 to
NAS JAX: Bldg. 13 Main Gate Ext. 2449 or 387.2811 and
knowledge familiarity with April 1971.
...- HOURS: 0745 1700 Monday thru Friday
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W.. (r.- 0900 1300 Saturday IMOMIRICMI, The poinsettia, admired for tive plants are Lilly of the Val.
:: 'NAS CECIL: Finance Office, Phone 771.3211, Ext. 8122 its crimson beauty and used as ley, mountain laurel, ground ivy,
0800 1500 a Christmas decoration, is pois hydrangea philodendron, del.
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,I Blue Cross Raises RatesJaxA


steadily increasing-and The Service Benefit plan include outpatient care,
still growing-use of health care (provided by Blue Cross and Blue collateral visits with the patient's
benefits has forced a 34.1 percent Shield) pays in full for all covered family, group psychiatric
increase in rates for the national services. The Indemnity Benefit therapy and services of a mental
Federal Employees Health plan (provided by the com- health team. u r
Benefits Program (FEP) of Blue mercial insurance +industry paysa In the early years of FEP,costs Vii Jnl
Cross and Blue Shield. fixed doll amount or an and use of services were
The increase, effective Jan. 1, established percentage of relatively stable. No rate in-
was requested "only after Blue hospital and physician charges. crease was necessary for Blue
Cross and Blue Shield experience Since FEP began in July, 1960, Cross and Blue Shield for the first 4
showed that coverage for federal benefits and their use have In- four years. Since then, however, e
workers will result in a loss of creased drastically. Among the both costs and use of benefits
more than $60 million in 1971", important FEP benefit ex- have substantially risen.
The increase was proposed by pansions by Blue Cross and Blue Especially noticeable has been
Blue Cross and Blue Shield and Shield in the high option programare the use of outpatient diagnostic
accepted by the Civil Service an increase in the number of benefits, which have increased
Commission in accordance with benefit days in the hospital from substantially since they became
its understanding of federal 120 to 365; the provision of usual, a part of basic benefits in 1968.
wage-price freeze guidelines. customary and reasonable During 1970, Blue Cross and rL
Under FEP, the largest charges for covered physician Blue Shield paid out $580 millionin ; 44k1
voluntary health care program in services; and full benefits for total benefits to FEP em-
the world, federal employees maternity care instead of an ployees,an increase of 26 percentover
nationally are offered two typesof allowance. 1969. They estimate the
benefits-service or indemnity; Coverage of confinement for benefit payments for 1971 will
and two types of coveragehighor nervous and mental disorders has increase another 31 percent to
low option. been increased from 30 to 365 more than $750 million.To .
days under the basic high option help improve the situation, SUGGESTION PAYS OFF-Jessit L. Batson receive a $20 check
program, and supplemental Blue Cross and Blue Shield have from LCdr. Calais for suggesting Improved containers for salvaging
benefits have been expanded to begun steps to ensure proper packing material for re-use by the Packing and Crating Section of the
utilization and pricing of all Material Division at Supply.riw3'BEST I
Hats OffAboard benefits.1I&w.lDrlWlDfmflWlDftlllfmnlll.

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longer have to be worn by personnel -
s at sea, except for specific
circumstances.
According to a message from
Admiral Elmo Zumwalt and the
commander in Chief of the
Atlantic Fleet, personnel on shipsin
the Atlantic Fleet will not be WISHES FOR
required to wear hats or caps
when the, ship is at sea outside
harbor limits, except for specific
'/;.fy.J! watches determined by the L !
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continue to be worn while in port ,
Hoping f Christmas The purpose of the change in
candles
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uniform regulations, the message ; : sing, ,
brightness lasts all year! states, is "recognition of special
children It's
conditions which exist in ships at laugh. Merry
INLET MARINESales sea, and for the convenience of
Naval personnel under these Christmas time..time to greet

& Service circumstances.The '
modification in no way I S our friends with every
Hwy 17 Orange Park alters or implies relaxation of the f
established standards or proper ) good wish for a happy holiday.

264-9835 appearance or correct uniform .
Christmastide
attire." May your

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for his idea for a tomato slicer '
at Public
men is
recognized for push arm. His suggestion I
Works have been
estimated to save the government
earned
achievements. Four Henning also
Mr.
$250.
r ,, : ; beneficial suggestion awards received a $35 award for his
while two received 20yearservice
dishwashers,
safety stop on
awards. Another
which resulted in $340 worth of
received a certificate designatinghis
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the government.The
savings to
completion of a training
two receiving 20-year pins
course. Theodore R. Brown, a
Capt. Richard T Hardy, Public were and John
machinist helper,
presented each
Works Officer Kindorf of the Utilities Division.

award.Willie Davis, of Public Works welder l'
John Cromer a ,
award for
Maintenance won a $50
for completing
certificate
received a
his air supply for sprinkler risersin training
; Hangars 117, 123, 124 and 140. an on-the-job certified
Douglas Wicks of Maintenance course to become a
welder. Having com
heliarc
measuresfor
suggested new safety
pleted the 240 course at NARF, he
the Gold Coast picnic area on
station and earned a $50 award.A is now qualified to do work with
$25 award went to John special metals such as stainless

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Indeed It Is not.. In fact, It 1 Is the basic foundation of our with air conditioning & automatic transmission as standard
new dealership and the personal enthusiastic oath of each of equipment, rightly called 'the Ambassador.
our courteous staff. Our philosophy always has been and always will be to
As your American Motors dealer, we've brought with us .- refrain from the so-called 'fast buck' practices. Our Interest
some old fashioned Ideas about courtesy, sincerity, Integrity, Is,onty In sincere, honest, lasting business tactics, together
and most of all, personal service to our customers. with quality products sold at honest competitive prices
., We are proud of the opportunity to sell all the exciting new backed up by service performed by qualified technicians
American Motors products the cute new Gremlin, under our rigid training program. wkN
America's Revolutionary 'FUN' cart the all new Hornet We do pledge courtesy and consideration for all D. Homfe
your needs Dossabhoy,i i.
Sportabout... the ladies car, the sporty Javelin & AMX, the and you can bet we'll keep our promises. Our people know
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PublisherJAX CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING :
Movie Schedule

Call: 388.2755
AIR NEWS

NAS JacksonvilleLATWINGER Acts ShOuld be mailed to arrive' not later than
Tuttaay for publication the following Thursday
Ads arriving, \ too late for this' deadline will be
published the following week unless the
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE Publisher' <''I ,instructed otherwise A check or Thursday, December 16 fantasy, starring Dick Van Dyke

wiV order for the full cost of the! ad must be and Sally Ann Howes, "G" E (156
received WITH the copy for the ad.
NAS: "KING, OF THE mins.)

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2,00 GRIZZLIES" Color adventure HOSPITAL: "THE BOAT-
starring John Yesno and Chris NIKS"
Per additional line (Uword per line) SOC
Jacksonville, Florida Wiggins, "G" E (93 mins.)

HOSPITAL{ : "TWO LANEBLACKTOP" Sunday, December 19
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EMPLOYMENTNAVY READY FOR XMAS MOBILE HOMES Streisand and Walter Matthau,
Painting Int.rlor-exterlor, yards NAS: uTilE BOATNIKS" "G" Superior (148 mln.)
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WIVESPut after 6. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Robert Morse, Phil Silvers and CHITTY BANG BANG"
skills to work.
your Interesting
assignments for keypunches, typist, 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS clean modern Stephanie Powers, "G" E ((85
secretary, dictaphone operator, TWIN SIZE BED trailer and Apts. 389.3007.VA mins.) Monday December 20
clerks, bookkeepers.HIGH frame.New, box spring & matress with HOSPITAL: "KING OF THE
$75. 264-4831. FINANCINGNo
PAY NO FEE GRIZZLIES" NAS "WHO IS HARRY
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CALL NORRELL money down on New Star Mobile
396-5371 GAS HEATER,20,000 BTU Home. Ask for Ted or Bob. KELLERMAN & WHY IS HE

AIR CONDITIONER,5,000 BTU B&J Mobile Home Saturday, December 18 SAYING THOSE TERRIBLE .
KITCHEN SINK- 3708 Philips
ENAMEL Hwy. "
THINGS ABOUT ME? Color
SECURITYOUARDS .
Contact Woodrow between 12-12:30: 3 i em1t71 NAS "
Part.time. Uniforms furn. Must have PM, Bldg. 81-Cecil Field, Elect. : CHITTY CHITTY comedy drama, starring Dustin
phone and car. Phone 7435811 between Dept. BANG BANG" Color Musical Hoffman and Barbara Harris
10 am & 3 pm.BEEUNE PARKWOODMOBILE HOME
12 x 60. For Sale or Lease. Raised
RICK'S.LICENSED.HEATINGAir Front Kitchen, wall to wall carpeting
FASHIONS Cond. & Refrigeration, Service, .2 BR, $89.17 with small equity to buy. Openforyourconvenlence6a.mr10p.m. j
Needs managers and stylist. Earn Reasonable. 3885972.REAL Lease 1 yr. for $125. mo. Mobile Home
Extra Income and Free Wardrobe In Living of Jacksonville Lot 190 387. o PICK-UP & DELIVERY
your spare time. No( collecting No _. 2304 after 5 p.m.
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appointment call: 3581649. ESTATEWE
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GETTING READY TO RETIRE BUY SELL EQUITIESCall TRANSPORTATION D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
Boost your Income & retirement up us for quick service.
to $1000 mo. Sales & management.Part Morrison I.Taylor,Inc. '
or full time. 384.7321 after 5:30: 4543 Wesconnett Blvd. BOB'S OAK HILL
for confidential Int.rvlew.MISCELLANEOUS. 771.3052 7373844'HIDDENWATERS' ATLANTIC-RENT-A-CAR
17 yrs. & up. free delivery to most
areas. 6217 Roosevelt Blvd. In back of

Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots Hess Service Station. 3875413. uni@n

available. Excellent fishing, boating, Ti I
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also Bel-Air Chevy SERVICE CENTER
permanent home area. High, wooded 64 6 cylinder, A.T., P.S., R&H, new .
A RECORDED MESSAGE BY A lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake battery & 2 new tires, good trans: r ._ .
LEADINGANNOUNCER Asbury on No. 209, LaRue 7253992. $200 firm. Call 264-6223. 103rd & Jatnmes Road 771.9156
Tells you how you may become a
DISCJOCKEY CASH '52 MG TD Classic
Call 155-2944 any hourVAAPPROVED We buy, sell and trade equities. New parts. Sacrifice. 3887903.
Louise T. Bailey
For Veterans and serftcemen 771-3605 Broker '
70 FIAT

GEORGE'S KENNELS NEW HOMES 124 Spider conv., AM.FM, 12,000
Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. 3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built In Range, ml., like new. 264.4667.
Pick up & Delivery Available. Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,300. up.
Grooming, Defining & Bathing. FHA or VA Terms. Fast Occupancy.Edw. FOR SALE
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard 0. Lyon Broker, 7811422. One owner car, 1969 Buick Rlverla,
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 Loaded, $3195, 355.5505 or 388'<172.

Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. FOR YOUR RETIREMENTBUY LAND $10you

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS Values up every year!12'/z acres & up. '71450 HONDA CB
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Consoles some with AM-FM, tape Convenient to Bases, expresswaysand 3500 miles. $895. 771 6481,
players. At dealers cost to liquidate city. Country Atmosphere. $1,000
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& 10 711" SCATCRAFT
stock. Full warrantyl Phone 7710409. per acre & up. 30 percent cash
year mortgage to owner. Your Best 115 HP. Merc Gator trailer. Like

LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH Investment. new. $2150. 7716431.
OF FLA., INC.
WYNNE REALTY
Wilford's Fish Camp. 264.9707.
4653 Highway Ave. 389.5514
12 FT BOAT
FLYTOWHERE'Anywhere Steel tubing trailer, 12 hp outboard
you want, flight Instruction $500
motor. Best offer. Call PN-2 Jones
or charter. Call Dick or Bill RENTALSORANGE VA-174 Personnel office during

7812636. working hours, 771.3211, ext. 347.

LAWNS EDGING 8.MOWING PARK '68 PLYMOUTH STATION WAGON
Curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dish. Sport suburban, A-C & full power,
clean up the mess and leave It neat. washer, Drapes, Carpets, ElizabethApt. new tires, like new. $1425. Call
Call Hart, 771-3211 Ext. 8340. ., 771-1405 or 771-3355.WILMARAPTS.. Tanner, 772-3553 or 7339516.

If

HEATING Air Conditioned, 2-Bedroom, Living
Join
Central Furnaces, Wall Furnaces, Room, Kitchen, Bkfstnook, parking
Space Heaters, Clean and repaired. space for 2 cars water, sewage,
Tyler's Heating and Air Cond. garbage lawn service. Furnished-
388-SU1 $120 Unfurnished $100 plus 4 percent
BEST
4711 Palmer Lake Shore sales tax. 387-2541 Weekends, 389-0744.
The

BEINGTRANSFERREDTiei
New Year's Eve Party .
'who understands
Music, drinks, favors plus catered a retired YOUR Navy problems man managethe WISHES
breakfast. $10 per person. Tickets on
rental of your house until you
sale now. return to Jax.Bartleson .
Fleet Reserve Club ,O'Neil Payne, Inc.

Uti Collins Rd.SEWINGMACHINES. 1147 So.3889311 Edgewood Ave. ) Club


I have 41971 Golden Sew Singer Zig 'krp iiii -',
Zags. Used for display In model ?JtM '.,
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homes. Will sell for a fraction of /; \ YOUR HOLIDAY ;[(
their cost. $65 cash or terms. Free Put a little away in the
home trial. Call display manager : 1
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Merit Promotion Information I


t r 1Tt + Jax-An application, Standard In addition, your qualifications data by title on describing the Supplemental how and
without
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Form 171, is one of the most are ranked in terms of factors when Form it was used in the SF-171
important documents a Federal essential to the position.
with
employee will ever fill out. Therefore, it is vital that SF- will not provide the rater
and when required, Sup- enough information to fully
This form is used for 171's ,
promotions, reassignments and plemental Forms, be completedwith evaluate your ability to interpretand
other personnel actions.A clear, concise and complete use technical data. is
properly completed SF-171 information which can be clearly Detailed information
should provide a complete recordof understood by the rating panel. necessary to insure that you will
credit
your education, experienceand There is a direct relationship receive the maximum
employment history to between the experience allowable for your abilities.If .
prospective employers and to described on your applicationand you have questions about.
7,7. 'fCtf/f' rating panel members. the answers you give to the facts which are-and are not-
the SupplementalForm. important to include in your SF-
I As you know, rating panels questions on
compare your qualifications, as 171 or Supplemental Forms, your
1 described, to the Civil Service Applications and SupplementalForms Civilian Personnel Department
Commission's Standards to should clearly establish representative can advise you.A .
determine whether your trainingand HOW much skill you have for a representative may be
experience meet the job and HOW such skill was reached by calling Ext. 2320, or
i+ prescribed qualification acquired.For by having your supervisor makean
I requirements for a position. example, listing technical appointment for a personal
counseling interview.


i { THE NAVY COMMENDATION MEDAL with Combat "V" Is NAGEMeeting

.. presented to Sgt. Ma|. George E. Harbison by Lt.Col. L.E. Blanchard,
MATSG CO. The medal was presented for meritorious service in
( connection with Vietnam combat operations and while serving on ytti.
\ Okinawa.
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t It Fe I- Jax-The NAGE Union
e will hold a meeting at the
I Fleet Reserve Club on Old

\ Collins Road, Dec. 21 at LI.

r There's something to be said for. 7:30 President:Ken p.m.Lyons of NAGE, National, will be

.' the guest speaker. a
; ) Mr. will speak to
p ti .. Lyons
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the National Association of "- -
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Government Employeesabout EARLY CHRISTMAS-Chrijtmas arrived early this year for the
n nI nF I Blue Cross-Blue children of VP-45 personnel as Santa unloaded his bundle of presentsat I
iooxing Shield price increases and Hangar 1000 Santa's early appearance was necessary due to the
other subjects. pre-Christmas deployment of the "Pelicans" to the Med.,


j Maintenance Division Praised For Safety I

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t Jax-The men of the Public hours, averaged at 386 days per program calls for a monthly
Works Department Maintenance injury lecture by guest speakers. Past
Division have recorded an out- Many Maintenace employeeswork speakers have included Ron
standing safety record during the at what are considered Elliott, executive director for the
past year.A high-risk jobs. Capt. Richard Greater Jacksonville Safety
Shop Safety and Supervisor'saward Hardy, Public Works Officer, Council; Jack Pomerantz, senior
you will go to each of the 250 attributes their successful recordto safety representive for the U.S.
civilian employees in the their high regard for personal Fidelity and Guarantee Com
division. According to NAS Sgt. Maurice Dupont of the
? safety, safe working conditionsand pany;
c Safety Officer, ADJC Donald keen awareness of the Florida Highway Patrol; and
West, the men worked 430 benefits of safety conservation of Don Tullis of Tullis and
leap. calendar days or about 980,000 manpower, material and moneyat Associates Insurance Company.BUD'S .
manhours since their last on-the-
all command levels.
job injury. The all-Navy averagewas
2,79 injuries per million The division's active safety


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A Special Christmas.

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EDITORS NOTE: The Parents of Keith Robin, Terry
'ill and Debbie, Mr and Mrs. Floyd Soileau wish to thank
t
ATC Russel J. Wise of VP'5 for acting as messenger
between Santa Claus and their children. PR1 Soileau 1
will be deployed with VP-45 before Christmas.Jwwstfl .

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RETIRING after 20 years In
the Navy,A01 Ralph Gunter was AIR.d, Jl; ,J a..L p ,
piped over the side at Hangar
1000 where he has been assignedwith
VP5. He was the squadron J fu.e a i241 mtis/1 e

Avionics Weapons Branch petty a9a'JIJ ct 4;uz1 lr ...",
officer and assistant squadron
and 'U&Ajirnif&*&en*A/ "
officer. He his
duty family & *
plan to stay In Jacksonville. c cttAfMxJ& wZ&MMlejUid
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USO NewsJaxThe (7 4na C& Ld a,0000al

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USO will offer Jacksonville both a feast Fk 'f !Z Qi7011l _. ,
and festivities to ser to a1 Ch4d: ae. _
vicemen on Christmas day. eru a(4 In7 i4 N -qjCLC. //.4.t"f/ ,i: .
The Salvation Army will ,4d NURSE ASHORE-Ftllow doctors and nurses at the Naval Hospital
tA.i/I h4, .., .
provide Christmas Day tH' mfr toIMI.t give the traditional I last salute to their assistant chief nurse, Cdr. Lucy
Dinner for members of the 4otassJb .zo a.-d.: U Ellen Hall,as she is being piped ashore to retirement after an active
armed forces and their / .4 tue ncase 21-years of Navy service. A graduate of Patterson General Hospital in
guestsat5 p.m.with turkey 4I.V7 dtntlh1JlH New Jersey, Cdr. Hall holds a bachelor of science degree in nursing
andallthe"fixin's"onthemenu. ,-LUrJ sn? from the University of Indiana. She has won the Asiatic Pacific Medal
1/4(1 bi&th 0 J it' while assigned to the Naval Hospital at Aiea Heights Hawaii the
Santa Claus will presenta W4 t7tU. Qacaak"u.IJ Korean Service Medal for serving aboard the Hospital Ship USS
gift to every serviceman tturm.T.k.wiI Consolation; and the Navy Unit Citation for her tour on Guam. She
there, compliments of the aH.onoIDnJ;' plans to make her home In Orange Park.
,
USO. Free phone calls 4 t}A mm i&J pc,4 -
home will be afforded by a -; cfMn 7o.meo r
the CommunicationsWorkers oo7Io .
of America td. fJ! riSA fAvENE .rISCOUNT
Christmas carols will be ; 0 csione4rL ,00 /"' .&4?c p tk ;:: : :
sung, accompanied by a Jtonil: MQBILEMMIISSaos
Salvation Army brass /z9 l' a41

ensemble, and slides of GAP ca-nl'J2, CItCLx / aSzl
Christmas around the
world will presented, SL)C cR{ pdrP71f >
along with other Christmas ;
films and specials.The rVJA ciwlC14.ptplO
Christmas' Dance & .
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will be from 7.11 p.m. with : Bank Serv ce Repairs
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t j ADCOP Makes Sailors Students
"Straight factt"from the
I!.' .1 :; Com Fair Jax Druf Awareness Team'
: Jax.."We can teach the each man will be associated with worries ionic of> the student Dop: e
students about lifc-but we won't his occupational rating, enablinghim sailors--it's the anti-military
try to cram our ideas down their l to perform his job more feelings they are almost certainto
+ throats." efficiently when he returns to the fare from some of their fellow
The words of a conservative full-time Navy life after his two students

'1'' .' university faculty member or years of study. "We're no different than the
t''I' parent? The men have obligated other students are." says one. OnDope
No, they are the words of a themselves for six years In the "Our uniform Is the only dif
; young Navyman who will be Navy following the date of their ference-and we'll do all we can to M
1., '. attending Florida Junior College enrollment In college. keep that from becoming II
1 ( ti" in Jacksonville starting next They will spend the first two barrier.
: semester through the Navy's years as full-time studentsand "They'll stare at us just like
\+ t 1.r, Associate Degree Completion the remaining four at their Navy we'll probably stare at the girls",
If a heroin addict began hit habit In hit teens, his average life
y Program (ADCOP). job. he concluded with a laugh.
Seventy-one Navymen All of the men have completedat The general requirements for span will extend only to about age 35

currently aboard NAS Jax will least one enlistment and many ADCOP are:
start classes at FJC January 10 acknowledge that the switch 1. Be a petty officer second
and both the Navy-and them. from a military to college environment class or above, Club
,4 $ sehes-will be richer because of may be a difficult one 2. Have completed at least fax Wives
't it. to make.It one enlistment
;.- Isn't the class work that
The curriculum followed by 3. Have completed at least
five years continuous Naval

111M service entering college immediately prior to Plans For Holiday

t1 4. Have a high school
diploma or equivalency certificate Jax-As Christmas draws goodies.The .
4 +r or diploma. closer, the members of NWCA wives are preparing some
1 Additional information is Jax 86 are busy with plans for special holiday treats for their
contained in BUPERSNOTE 1510 their holiday events. Christmas luncheon tomorrow at
} of June 8.Deadline. Compton Hall Mrs. Lawrence
The girls started off the season,
I for applications to Geis will be their guest for the
II December 2, with their annual
I BUPERS is Dec. 31. occasion. The event should hold
H Christmas Bazaar, Memberssold
many surprises in store as gifts
handmade items and home
and donations will be
PaydaysJaxFollowing baked goods at their club house at presented.
St. Nicholas will
Compton Hall and the proceedsare Sunday, ap
i' pear again. This time he will
being used to make Christ
are the arrive by fire truck at the club
mas happier for local needy
} military paydays for the families. house with a sack full of gifts for
'. first half of 1972: the members' children at their
t ..D'SAILOR 1r' 7 Jan. 14, Jan. 28, Feb. 15, Monday, Jax 86 asked Santa to annual Christmas party.
\ Feb. 29, March 15, March visit the Milnor Day Care Centerin The Jax 86 monthly business-
30, April 14, April 28, May Jacksonville to surprise the social meeting was held
__ua.__ ____ a .. 15, May 30, June 15, and children with a large sack full of yesterday to collect qualification
: :STUDENTS ADCOP students take care of Tnt final
June 30. gifts. Sharon King, club sheets on a new slate of officers
paperwork as they to enroll at FJC for the coming semester.
I prepare All paydays will Include chaplain, was there to help Santa for the coming year. January 5
Seventy-one sailors aboard NAS Jax will be getting Associate Degrees
through the Navy program. pay for 15 days. hand out stockings filled with will be the big night for elections.
Enlisted and officer
aJax -
1( New Per DiemJax (other than DIFOT) flight Commissaries Extend Hoursstores I
I pay will be included In the
CHRISTMAS GREETINGS FROM
The Navy has come up first payday of each month, -. Chief of Naval represent the largest sales
a with a new per diem rate for provided flight certificatesare Operations, Adm. Elmo Zum- outlets and are located in ,the
Navymen on temporary duty in received at the Navy wait, has announced in his Z areas of the highest concentration
the Continental United States. Finance Office by 8 a.m. of Gram 101 that seven Navy of Navy families.
i Per diem is based on the the sixth day of the month Commissary Stores will now be The six .. day sales week will
N 1Ir amount the traveler pays for following the flight pay open six days a week. reduce congests tion and improve
lodging. Added to that is $11.80 period. The seven commissary stores levels of service. After a year
f for meals and incidental ex Officers and enlisted that will be extending their hours long test it was determined that
penses. The total is rounded to members under permanent are located at Little Creek, the extension of operating hours
SLY'S"ORIGINAL" the next dollar.If DIFOT orders will receive Norfolk, San Diego, Miramar, provided substantial refuel from
BAR-B-QUE the resulting amount is more flight pay at the same timeas Long Beach, Moffett Field and overcrowding.
4909 BLANDING) PHONE 771-9920 than $25 a diem rate of $25 is basic pay, Pearl Harbor.These commissary Adm. Zumwalt said that this

prescribed. was done in recognition of the

extreme importance of these
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all The volunteer CNO added force.that as more
r MHIP; : --l funds are available additional

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program in the future.In .

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the United States, a single
: //c-cT\\ Y automobile engine may discharge -

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..: :: f ants into the air each year, according -
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< A Christmas Savings Account at Breathe: The Challenge of Our

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I The Night Before Christmas Two the night before Christmas and all through Admiral too.

I the ship, not a crewman was stirring not even And then in a twinkling / heard on the tipper
the ,leiI'. deck, the
whirring and whirling of each little
The dufflebagt were hung by the stacks with rotor.
care, In hopes that St. Nick would soon be As I drew in my head and was turning around
jJD there; Down the hatch came th<*Admiral in a bound.
The seamen were nettled all mug In their bunkt He was dressed in his blues, from hit hat to his
While visions of crow danced In their had; shoes, and his uniform was covered with
The OOD In hit helmut and I In my cap, had jutt bright ribbons and gold; A bundle o/Z-grams
settled our brains for a long """ht'. watch on his back with surprises untold
When out on the flight deck there rote uch a And he looked (like a peddler just opening his
clatter I sprang from my desk to tee what pack.
was the matter. His eyes how they twinkled/
A way to the porthole I flew like a flash the moon His dimples how merry!
on the breast of the great steel bow, gave the His cheeks were like, roses, the back of hit neck
(utter of midday to object below. was quite hairy

(With apologies When what to my wondering eyes should appear, And hit sideburns were as white as the snow, his
to Clement Mark Moore) but a helicopter soon followed by eight giant whole appearance gave off quite a glow,

Jets.A He had quite a trim belly, no one would have
by SN A.C.: Duce (Ret. VSN) young looking man stepped out of the copter, mistaken him for a chief,
he looked nothing like St. Nick. I raised my right hand at I had earned at a Boot,
I knew In a moment It was the Admiral by the He promptly replied with a snappy salute,
gold on his shoulders He was lanky and lean, a right jolly old officer
More rapid than rocket his coursers they came, And I grinned when /saw him, in spite of myself;
and he whittled and shouted and called them A wink of hit eye and a twist of his head, Soon
;) by name: gave me to know, this was one time not to get
Now Tomcat, now Orion, now Skyhawk and the OOD out of bed.
Phantoms, on Constellations, on Vigilantes, He spoke not a word and went right, to his work,
on Crusaders and Sabret and filled all the dufflebagt; and turned witha
To the top of the superstructure the top of the jerk .
mast! Now fly away/ Fly away/ Flyaway And laying hit finger aside of hit note, and s
all giving a nod. up the hatch he rote;
At the dry leaves that before the wild hurricanefly He sprang to his copter, to the pilot gave a
When they meet with an obstacle, mountto whistle and away they all flew like a polar
a the tky. mlttile.

So up to the bridge the copter it flew, with the But I heard him command as he flew out of tight,
cockpit full of approved request chits and the Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good
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Christmas without the tree, life. English home owners dance rather than a song, and it who called him "Sinter Klass", straw or hay on Christmas Eve so
cards,the jolly old man in the red hung holly in their windows as a was St. Francis who led the and he's been coming with his they may share in the humble
suit and all the other customs and symbol of Christian worship.It villagers In the joyous dancing bag of presents ever since. birth of Christ.
symbols associated with the was also believed that the around the Nativity Scene. Dutch children fill wooden
holiday, but do you know how plant would keep away evil The Nativity Scene can also be Other CountriesIn shoes with straw for Santa's
these traditions came into being? spirits. The red berries came to traced to St. Francis, who white horse on "St. Nicholas
Christmas TreeThe represent the blood of Jesus, and popularized it In the 13th century Salvic countries, children Eve," ,hoping in turn to have
holly has since become a symbolof At that time, St. Francis them filled with candy and toys.
Christmas Tree probably well-being. dramatized the Nativity to help .
originated in Medieval Germany the people of Italy understand the .
when trees were used in mystery The Yule LogThe meaning of Christmas. YOLKSAGEN,
plays to symbolize the Garden of Villagers took the parts of
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After the suppression of these Yule Log comes to us from the animals were used and a .
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home and the custom of burned a huge oak log once a yearto Child was placed in the manger.
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went right down to the the championship while the Good BasketballJaxAs
Find Touch In
wire last week in the Intramural and Bad team needed a two game Shooters
Bowling Round Robin before vp. split between VP-45 and the Pin
45 emerged as the 1971 Bowling Busters to at least tie for first and the Intramural MARTD scored a 61-48 victoryover point of the game turned out to be
Champs.In force a roll-off Basketball season entered its Medical as they were led by the third quarter when VP-16
Wednesday nights' semi. The Good and Bads'hopes were third week several players Boyer who scored 26 points. managed only three points while
final round Radar 17 took all four crushed, however, as were the seemed to have found their Douglas had 22 for Medical. NATTC was scoring 13. Anderson
games from the Pin Busters Pin Busters as VP-45 won three shooting eyes as six players Johnson scored and Warner and Shepherd both had 11
while the VP-45 No. 1 team was out of four from the Pin Busters broke the 20 point barrier. 21 for the Air Ops team last week points for VP16.In .
winning three out of four games on the strength of G. Bearing's Anderson of VP-5 led the only to lose to VW-4 6458. the closest game of the week
from the Late Chargers. 199-544 series and C Nelson's 191. sharpshooters last week as he Densford had 17,Wilson 15,Heath the Admin team held off a strong
Wednesday nights results 515 series to win the Bowling scored 18 in the first half and 12 and Dombroski 12 for the second half rally by NDRC to win
meant that any one of four teams championship.VP45 finished with 35 points to lead his winners. 3635. Admin led 21.17 at the half.
had a chance to win the championship finished with a 104 team to a 71-52 victory over NATTC won its first game of Attanasio had 14 and Hall 11 for
on Thursday night. The record followed by the Good and FICEUR. Bullock backed up his two last week 56-43 over FAW11on Admin while NDRC's comeback
Good and Bad team had an 8-4 Bad at 9-7,the Late Chargers at 8- teammate's effort with 13 points the strength of Kaelin's 23 effort was led by Cooper who had
record going Into the final night 8, the Pin Busters at 7-9 and while Pearson had 14, Martin 16 points and Goselin's 14 points. only 10 points but eight of those
while VP-45 had a 7-5 record, the Radar 17 at 610.O'Club. and Slack 12 for FICEUR.Football Brandt t had 12 and Cook 10 for the came in the last quarter.In .
Pin Busters a 6-6 record and the losers.In other games last week
Late Chargers with a 5-7 record. Hosts GalaThe their second game of the Hospital downed ComFairJax 55-
r, On Thursday night the Late week NATTC came back from the 38 as Marusov had 16 for the
Chargers took three out of four short end of a 23-15 score at winners and Mole had 13 for the
games from the Good and Bad as Jax-The NAS Officer's Club is event will begin at the Clubat halftime to win their fourth gamein losers; and the Bees romped over
E.Parsons led the winners with a sponsoring a Pre-Game Warm 11:30: with Brunch and appropriate a row 48-41 over VP-16. Kaelinwas MATSG 51-32 as Vogt had 15 and
185-185-182 for a 552 series. This Up for officers and their guests beverages. Tickets for held to only 13 points in this Stone 10 for the winners while
put the Late Chargers out of the prior to the Georgia vs North the Brunch will cost $1.00 and up game but nine of those came in MATSG was led by Sierra with 16
running as they needed to take all Carolina football game in the based on choice of menu. the last quarter. The turning and Long with 14.
four games for any chance to win Gator Bowl on Friday Dec 31. Commitments may be made in -..

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Transportation tickets must be sports Standings
picked up prior to 1:00: p.m.
LL
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E S O Thursday December 30 from the
Officer's Club desk. Bus ticketsto W L
the Gator Bowl and return will AMERICAN LEAGUE NARJAX 6 0
be $2.00 each. Free mixes andsetups MATSG 7 1
be each Basketball MARTD 7 2
will
provided on
NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCESNEW
FICEUR 5 3
& USED TV SETS bus.Buses
will depart from the W L A-C AMINT 5 3
NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS Officer's Club at 1:15: and arriveat VP-5 4 0 FAETU 2 7
AIR CONDITIONERS the Gator Bowl at about 2:15.: VW-4 3 0 MARINE BARRACKS 1 7
Sandwiches will be available in HOSPITAL 3 1 679th 0 10
Hrs 9a.m. 7p.m. Come I In Si Browser' ;
the Main Brace upon return to the 679th 2 1 W L
WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.WEseoNNetT Club after the game AIROPS 1 2 NATTC 11 0
FICEUR 1 2 HOSPITAL 8 1
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ADMINISTRATION 1 3 MEDICAL 4 5
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Noon Bar Bar Private Lunch 11.1300 Lunch& 1130.2000
Happy 16.1800 Hour Party CLOSED Noon Bar Sandwich Bar Happy Hour
Noon Bar 1600.1100
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i : c ciISPORTs" January 1, 1972 and that par- a virtual stand still until after the
'I1 ticular attention should be paid to holidays. Play Is expected to
NAS CECIL FIELD IN- resume in sports after Jan. 10,
::: STRUCTION 1710.3F. This In- 1972. Standings and tentative
By DTC J.D. Brewster
:::: struction outlines the new Cap- starting schedules are listed as

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the competitive year in two, six meeting JAN 10, to commence
month intervals. The first period JAN 17. Volleyball 2nd half
BASKETBALLSGT eligible to compete. 182)); Bob Wissinger (514,177-160- will commence with the second meeting JAN 10, to commence
High six game series in all 177)) and Arlie Blount ((503, 170- half of basketball and volleyball, JAN 17. Golf. meeting JAN 10, to
Webb banged in 18 pointsto three events will be posted and 198)). Bob Samu rolled a 212 so practice should be hot and commence JAN 12.
lead the Marines past VA-105, remain posted until subsequently game. heavy during the holiday period.
47 43. Brown of VA-105 canned bettered. Teams may roll as The evenings activities was Standings: (top 10 only)
19 points to take scoring honorsfor many series as they desire as highlighted by the keglers of VA-174 165
the evening. The scores was long as two members are rotated Cohn's Crosshairs they ac- AMD 136V&
Marines 22, V A.I0521 at the half. each time. Participants in the tually won 2 games without VA-45 128
VA-174, 58, AMD, 50. The doubles event may roll as many benefit of a forfeit. Standings: Operations 97 ''HONDA.
'Hellrazors' parlayed 23 points by series as they desire if one Admin 75
L. Jackson, 15 from Moll and 12 member is rotated. Singles Boozers 231.1 41.1 VA-37 59
from Cole to ease past the entrants can try forever. This Coarse hairs 22- 6 Marines 54 V4 MOTORS. & CYCLES CO.
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make the difference in the game. Further information and Dizzy Dinks 12th. 15th
Competition in basketball is tournament rules may be obtained Cohn's Crosshairs 10 18
over for the holidays, but will at the bowling center. VA-37 10. 18
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BOWLINGBOWLING 599, 174-213-212. Other high CAPTAINS CUP
series: Jay Bongren ((569, 175- .
TOURNAMNET: A 176-218)); Dick Geselbracht ((551- VA-174 is hanging on to a slim
bowling tournament to determinethe 231.194)); Mark Bryand ((544, 190-( lead in the 1971 Captains Cup race
team champions ((4 man); 175-179)); Dave Silver ((538-222)); in a hot chase with AMD and VA-
doubles and singles champions of Jim Eytheson ((529, 212-188)); 45 in close pursuit. All Cecil Field will get you
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VP-45 Upsets Narjax For 1971 TitleJaxThe



VP-45 Intramural meantime had surprised the zone for the score. After the point
Touch Football Team pulled off a Marine Barracks with a 22.14 alter attempt to Scot it was
surprising 28.14 upset last week upset win to set up the championship NarJax 8 and VP-45 O. '
over a previously undefeated game between the two ; 3
NarJax team for the 1971 NAS National League teams. From this point on however, it -,
Intramural Football Cham- NarJax drew first blood in the was all VP-45's game. Colbert R
pionship. championship game when they caught a pass at the three yard ,
NarJax, who finished their intercepted a VP-45 pass on the line and carried it across for the
regular season with a 14-0) record, second play of the game. Two score. The point after attempt i' !
knocked Hospital 12-6 in the first plays and a 15-yard penalty failed and it was NarJax 8 and
round of the playoffs to run their against VP-45 later, Stapp of VP-45 6.Several. 0 111ri
record to 15-0. VP-45 In the NarJax caught a pass In the endI
plays later Pratt
-
caught a TD pass and the point
: after attempt fell incomplete to
make the score 12-8 in favor of :
I VP-45 which was the score as the "t
"1f :,Mr'f"'!!<< !'I'.r-"' t ... JJI" '. ;'"
half ended.In .

THE CHASE IS ON Colbert of VP-4S pulls in a pass and from the
the second half of the
4
__ VP-45 completely dominated game as expression on his face he had no Intentions of letting the NarJax
Colbert scored another TD, players catch up with him. Unfortunately they caught him but he
caught another pass on the next play for VP-45's third touchdown and
Guzzardi added a TD and Jenkins
t his second of the day.BALANCING .
scored two point after attempts to .
make the score 28-8. -- --- -

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After having several drives
stopped because of penalties and
dropped passes NarJax managed
another touchdown in the closing
moments of the game to make the
final score 2814.

4
In the consolation game the
HOTON HIS HEELS A NarJax player ((22)) tags Colbert of VP-45 Marine Barracks team edged
on the three -yard line after he caught a pass and set his sights on the Hospital 7-6 in overtime. Ward
I goal line. VP-45 scored two plays later to make the score 12 8 in their scored for Hospital while Forney
favor. scored for the Marines.



ACT-This NarJax player seems to be balancing the
ball on his finger tips in the end zone but a VP-45 player upset that I

I ; r, vra balance and the pass fell incomplete.



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I Can Your Medicine Cabinet Help... ? I Dispensary- Teaches First Aid I I


Jax-Ii your family's medicine tiseptic Every military person rescusitation; hemorrage,
chest a clutter of useless items Hydrogen solution to wash wounds. enemas, an atomizer and should know first aid and shock and burn treatment;
Peroxide would be have a Standard First Aid radiation health hazards
and out-dated medicines? Does it useful for the sometimes a humidifier for
lack the basic first aid items no 3. Universal same purpose. creating steam with small manual on hand for and drug abuse In-
home should be without? Antidote: For amounts of tincture of benzoin reference. formation; and advise on
Here is a list of what your National poisoning emergencies, the added in for relief of various To refresh local military fractures, dislocations and
medicine cabinet should have: that Safety Council advises forms of hoarseness.The personnel in first aid, the VD.There
1. Bandages i The National tidote you from get the universal an- medicine cabinet should be NAS Dispensary offers a has been little or

Safety Council recommends 4x4- and keep it your druggist now out of your children's reach. And continuing weekly lectureon no attendance at these
on hand. all medicine standard procedures. classes, according to IIM1
deteriorates
inch sterile gauze pads, two-inch- 4. with
Fever
ThermometerA good According to the training Perry, although they are
wide guaze bandage, adhesive clinical age-even prescription items so
tape and strip adhesive bandageswith thermometer should be don't keep them longer than petty officer, HM1 James free for all military per
available
and preferably two needed Perry, these classes are sonnel.
directed
gauze pads; and sterile one for taking temperature or by your held at the
by physician or the prescription Dispensary on Each division training
cotton. mouth and another for tem- Wednesdays from 10 11
label. In fact officer should schedule his
and strains prescriptionsshould
For sprains the
perature by rectum. Medical be a.m. The four-week course office personnel for one of
destroyed after the
ACE elastic bandage is recom-
Center fever thermometers made patient is well. includes rescue breathingor these classes," he said.
mended by doctors
many for home use have mouth-to-mouth
two-color Just call Ext. 3409.
Regular first aid
items whichare
because it "gives" as the sprain scale for
easy temperature
continues to swell for a time, reading. Baby thermometers listed here can be obtained
from a local drug store and each
whereas a regular bandagedoesn't. feature
a security bulb for added
item or package in medicine
Another elastic your
bandage
strength and safety. May New '
cabinet your Yearn
should be
clearly labeled.
the PEG bandage, which 5.
OtherEquipmentiln: addition While a good first aid kit is be blessed with
adheres to itself and not the skin, to these first aid items a peace,
is also recommended. It's also families should have a bedpan, most for families must for should every home, military Fe".ie joy and love. May all

said to be cooler than con- patients who are too ill to be either the NAS Dispensary always report the to good things be yours
or
requires ventional less bandages overlapping.because: it moved; a bulb syringe for Naval Hospital for treatment. throughout 1972. -

2. General Drugs:Glycerine is ,
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useful for many purposes. A few

drops warmed and dropped into ',
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the ear are frequently advised for ..
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earache. '
Pure aspirin the "great \' :

American pain reliever" is .,
much safer for headaches than

pyramidon, barbituric acid
derivatives, acetanilid, :
phenacetin or all the other coal-
,.
derivatives '
tar according to

doctors. .
,
.
Tincture of iodine is an ideal "," "
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antiseptic for cuts or small iv I : '"

wounds. ,
Vaseline petroleum jelly, cold
cream and zinc oxide ointmentare

useful for abrasions of the i'iir--as .A,

skin, chafing, sunburn, etc.
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Sodium bicarbonate or baking .
soda is useful as a gargle and is
often used for a "sour stomach." .
It's also good for bathing itching t' < ___ .ch, true meaning

skin; and as a relief for poison ivyor ;frz '
oak, and bee stings.
Aromatic spirits of ammonia is j/ W e1 Christmas, unites

used to revive a fainted person.

Boric acid is a concentrated Ihroughout
solution used as a home an- 1 ; the .0\



Doctor ,: 'y!;ay this Holy .:
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MC, Senior Medical Officer at 4

NDRC, has received the Navy -
Commendation Medal for ,, .-, and love .

meritorious service in Vietnam.His .

award was among several w I
presentations to the NDRC staff f

by Commanding Officer, Cdr.
Orville G. Elliot. .
In Vietnam, LCdr. Schwabewas
a psychiatric consultant for
the Commander United States t'1'i t1 s f I
Naval Forces Vietnam Drug "
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Rehabilitation and Detoxification

Center at Logistics Support Base,
Nha Be.

As his citation states, he
arrived at the center during its
fifth week of operation and im-

mediately applied his expertiseto .., .
refining the rehabilitation
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Academy in Wayne,Pa. and John .
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Make that 69. ----1 LOADS OF '72s!!
They're going too fast to keep track of.Car prices have gone up but
the new higher price didn't affect'72 cars we already had with the old \ NOW ON DISPLAY!
1971 price sticker.Here are the 72s you can still get at a'71 price. ,All Makes&Models 71's While They Last
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