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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: January 6, 1972
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).
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]ax..Everyone hat already The new pay raise will give E.l who already' are receiving the raite. The bill provides for a 5.5 President will probably proposean =
celebrated the coming. of the new recruits a $J 9.50 per month increase legal maximum of 13,000 a month per cent increase in civil service alternate plan for the yearly' ..
I year but all military personnel ('n basic pay, bringing 'in basic pay. pay. adjustment.The :1
will have cause to celebrate their pay to $288.00 a month. 0-1 swill The new pay raise (Ii a direct
again on January 14 when they get a $37.50 increase a month, result of a law passed 'In 1970 The 1970 law also. provided for new raise makes the third ,
receive. a 7.2 per cent .increase .in E-5s with six years service' will which stated that military pay civil service pay to be adjusted raise for military personnel in a
get $30.90, 0.4. with eight years should be raised an equivalent every October 1 beginning in year. At the beginning of 1971 all :
, pay.The pay raise. which .Is effective service will get $70.20 and three- amount every time civil service October of 1972. But since the military basic pay was raised 7.9 1
as of January 1, was star admirals and generals will pay is raised. new pay raise gives civil servants per cent across the board and on *
signed 'Into law by President get 17610. The bill that the President and military personnel all of the November 14 the historic 2.4 *,
J Nixon even though he had made it The only military personnelwho signed, making the military pay raises they will be entitled to 'in billion increase (In military pay t
known that he didn't want it to go won't receive the 7.2 percent raise possible' actually made no 1372 under the new Wage Board was passed ltto law.
f} into effect until July I. 'Increase will be the E-7 E-Ss, direct mention of a military pay guidiine 'it appears that the (See page 18 for paychart) ;r-
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! .1'AX: : yk. R NEW.. .S1 FJC Sets Dates j



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! VOL. 29 NO. 40 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, JANUARY 6, 1972 '1

Jax-Today is the deadline for Non-credit evening courses at 'J
registration for Florida Junior $2.00 each are a recent addition to 4-
Tries. For Title College evening credit courses on the expanding on-station college <\
J station. program. Registration for these a
? Jax Mrs. Barbara Howard,a +t, The winter term begins courses will be from 11 a.m. to 1 I..
Navy mother, community leader January 10 and ends April 21. p.m. January 11 at the Education 4
I and president of the Navy Wives Classes will be held Monday Services Office in Bldg. 200.
I .Club of America,Jax 86has beenI through Thursday evenings at The class schedule is: .'
t selected by a panel of Corn- Hangar 1000. Automotive Mechanics and Body *]
Fair Jax officials to represent Sub The sign up for these courses Repair Wednesday and Thur- :
Area B in the 1972 Military Wife ends today at 4 p.m. at the FJC sday, 69 p.m.; Woodshop t
'*: of the Year contest. North Campus. Tuition is $25 per Tuesday, 6-9 p.m.; Art and Oil ".
:, The wife of AMS1 Billie J. course. Check with the Painting Tuesday and Wed-
i Howard of NARTU, she was rt Education Services Office at Ext. nesday, 6 9 p.m. ".
-: selected from four Sub Area B 2596 about Tuition Aid, through All art classes will be held on
nominees based on her active which the government pays 75 the secQnd floor of the Hobby 1
I.. participation' In' numerous Navy percent of the, cost. Shop in Bldg. e98. The woodwork '''II''.
\ and community activities.She Schedule for Credit Courses area will be reserved for :
will now compete for the Monday English 102 Woodshop classes on Tuesday ;I
Sixth Naval District title which Tuesday Speech 105, Intermediate evenings. Automotive classes ..
she won last year on the,eve* of Algebra 103 will be held at at FJC facility '
her installation as president of Wednesday College Algebra downtown on the corner of Hogan
.3 NWCA, Jax 86. 105, American Federal Govern- and State Streets. .
', The district winner will go on toy ment 201Thursday Another course, Speedreading,
compete in the all-Navy contest .General Psychology will be taught at Hangar 1000
and, if selected will then compete DIGGING IN-RAdm. Lawrence Gels, commander of Fleet Air 105, American Society 102, from 7-9 ,teach ,Monday night
\ for the inter-service title. Jacksonville, loins city officials in turning the first shovel of dirt in Western Civilization 101ZGram beginning January 17.
I The Military Wife of the Year willI groundbreaking ceremonies for low-rent Navy housing between here
be determined in May when and Cecil Field. With Adm. Gels are (I to r) William Walton, past
finalists appear before a president of the Home Builders Association of Greater Jacksovnlnville Restates
prominent panel of judges in ; Jack Demetree, local builder and member of Homebuilders ;
;' Washington.The Association Forrest Howell, area director of the US. Department of
winner of that title will be Housing and Urban Development; Representative Charles Bennett
taken on a three week tour of the (D-Flaand) Frank Allcorn I III, local banker and past president of the ,Grooming Rules' f I
United States to visit military Jacksonville Council of the Navy League. The project will be a 152.
installations and major cities. unit,two-story concrete block and stucco apartment complex worth $4 P

t She will meet with governors Jax'-With Z-Gram 57, the Navy been observed in public wearing 'I
t mayors, celebrities and will million.VIVA was liberated from what Adm. dirty or torn uniforms and I
: appear on television and radio Selling PO W BraceletsJaxVoices Elmo Zumwalt termed haircuts or beards which fall .
| interviews wherever she goes. demeaning and abrasive below Z-70 standards.The .
The winner will also appear on regulations.
;. the "Life With Linkletter" in Vital America are being worn by Americans Today however, Navymen are responsibility conduct and for ap- :
pearance, per- ,..
': television show. (VIVA) recently began everywhere. The Navy's own gradually relaxing their formance is still up to the in"I
The Military Wife of the Year distributing POW and MIA famed Blue Angels wear them; traditional good standards of dividual, but commanders and
contest began in 1967 as a feature Bracelets to honor individualswho military men throughout bases appearance and shifting into officers must also .
commanding ;
;t;,; of Art Linkletter's European tour have been captured or lost in all over the world wear, them; what he calls a "permisive reemphasize military courtesies 't
y, to'military families. The contest action in Vietnam. even celebrities such as John Navy." to all hands, he said. This in- '
f, has, been enlarged in scope tot These bracelets have inscribedon Wayne, Martha Raye, Sonny and This, according to the Chief of cludes saluting and deference to ,:
include candidates from military and Cher and Charleton Heston wear Naval Operations :Indicates thata
them the name of a man seniors, complying to traditional .
;y installations around the world. the date he was lost VIVA them.If few are misinterpreting his new standards of cleanliness neat-
Army wives have won the Bracelets serve as a constant you would like to be one of the standards as an excuse for their ness and smartness. ."' ;
t competition twice; the Air Force reminder of these courageous many people wearing these appearance and actions.To "These standards.," said the .' .j
1; and Marines once each and the men who are daily sacrificingtheir bracelets, a donation of $2.50 for end this confusion among Admiral,,"are essential elements \'
r', Navy for the first time last year. freedom for us and as a nickel plates or$3.00 for copper is the ranks, Adm. Zumwalt of a proud and profession force :t,w ,
| The current title holder is a reminder to write that extra asked. For those who feel copper reaffirmed his definition of acceptable -. and commanding officers will t, I"
I vivacious, petite brunette, Mrs. letter to Hanoi or to our has a therapeutic value the grooming and clothing continue, as alwayr, to enforce '
t Jan Squires, wife of PN1 Jim representatives in Congress. bracelets are left unlacquered. standards in Z-Gram 102. these regulations." > ,:
Squires, stationed at Lowry Air A recent retention study group
Force Base in Denver, Cola Many people' who wear them You Scan mail your check or' unanimously.stated that there is. .
Barbara Howard is mother of vow not to remove them until the, money order' 'to the Lest 'We a need for firm standards. For What's Inside. ..1
man whose name appears,on the Forget Committee, 4645 AmherstSt '
four children. Active in many example he said, Z-57's policy onerasingUChkkenRegs"
bracelet home or is accounted Jacksonville Fla. 32205. .. -'
projects, she has extened-' for.comes has been Menu Page 2, ';,'," ,t
extended her volunteer servicesto
erroneously interpreted by some '.
Sports page 19
;, the Jacksonville community by In general, they serve as a Proceeds will be used to buy to suggest that saluting and other Club Schedules 'Page 2 ..; t
1 participating in many health fund conversation piece to keep this POW-MIA flags to be flown in military courtesies can be Bob Hope Special I Page 10,11 .....,
drives. vital issue alive. VIVA Bracelets Jacksonville., dispensed with, Men have also



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

11 a I' to 2 a.m. l1a.m..l1 p.m. Friday,Jan.7 SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy .Joes on
Friday a Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday IREAKFAST: Chilled GrapefruitJuice Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor.
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11..m..l1p.m. Noon to Midnight Hot Buttered Grits, Fried Eggsto Frankfurters, French Fried
9 ".m. to 2 '.m. Frl-SatSunday Order, French Toast w-Syrup, Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans,
n..m..1..m. Monday thru Thur Cub Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Dessert Bar.
; Cottage Fried Potatoes, Pastry Bar.
9 ..m. to Midnight 11 am. to Midnight -
DINNER: Mulligatawny, Soup, Tuesday,Jan.11BREAKFAST
Italian Spaghetti, Italian Meat Sauce *. Chilled'' Tomato I
J kit &Meat Balls, Pizza Pie,Garlic Bread, Juice; Hot Oatmeal, Fried, Eggs to I
Parmesan Cheese, Buffered
Order,Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choiceof
dk Asparagus, Buttered Carrots, Peach Bacon or Sausage, Baked Beans,
M Y 3 .; ," ,, (, I.' .. Pie, Iced Lemon Cake. Pastry Bar.DINNER..
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SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salad, : Vegetable Soup, Hot

"? Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Turkey Sandwich, Turkey Gravy
French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Snowflaked Potatoes, Cranberry
Baked Beans, Dessert Bar, Sauce Boiled Pinto Beans, Buttered
zer SUPPER: Seafood Platter, of Fish Green Peas, Salad Bar, Pecan Pie,
Portions, Scallops & Shrimp or Banana Cake.SANDWICH.
dIIPROTESTANT Barbecued Beef Cubes, Baked LINE: Ham Salad,
Macaroni Cheese, Buttered M'xed Grilled Cheesebrugers or Frankfurters .
Vegetables, Tartar Sauce, Salad Bar, French Fried Potatoes,
Chocolate Cookies, Pineapple Pud Potato Chips, Baked Beans DessertBar.
ding. .
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SUPPER:' Baked Virginia Ham I
Saturday,Jan. Pineapple Sauce Mashed Sweet !
BREAKFAST: Chilled PineappleJuice Potatoes, Southern Style Greens, :
-.- Hot Cereal, Fried Eggs to Buttered Broccoli Spears Salad Bar, '

...... .w.4 AVAL.Alit STATIONSUNDAY Order, French Toast Griddle Cakes w. Bread Pudding, Lime Jello.
"' ._ Syrup, Choice of
Bacon
.r or Luncheon Grilled
: SANDWICH LINE
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Meat
Cottage Fried
-" Potatoes, Pastry Hamburgers or Frankfurters Deviled

': Church School '(all ages) 9: Bar.BRUNCH Ham, French Fried Potatoes Potato !
: at 9:30 ,
Chicken
". : Rice Bar. '
Baked Dessert
Chips Beans
a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine Soup, Grilled Hame and Cheese,
WHERE OH WHERE This sad looking little dog was found French Fried Potatoes, I
Worship 10:30: at All Saints'Chapel. Salad Bar, ,Jan.12 .\
trudging through the rain last week near the Hospital by Mrs. Had Lemon Merlnque Pie, Apple Dilly BREAKFAST Wednesday: Chilled Pineapple

Davis.The dog lumped Into Mrs. Davis'car when she opened the door. Cake. i i
Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. SUPPER. Juice Hot Wheat Cereal, Fried Eggs ;
The dog is female, is fawn'colored, has brown eyes and a black collar. a.m. Tomato Breaded Veal Cutlet, to Order French Toast w-Syrup,
'High) 10:30: at Chapel Annex Gravy, Steamed Rice, Buttered
is asked to call Mrs. Davis Choice of Sausage or Luncheon Meat, i
Anyone who knows who the dog belongs to Squash, Green Peas &
Junior and senior youth Celery, Minced Beef, Hashed Brown Potatoes, J i
at 384-4935. Salad Bar, Chewy Nut Bars, But
Fellowship-1:30: p.m. at Bldg. 722. terscotch Pudding. Pastry Bar.DINNER.
Evening Worshi -J:30 p.m. at : Cream of Potato Soup ]

small Chapel. Sunday,Jan.9 Grilled Beef Steak, Mushroom Sauce ,
Baked Potato w-Sour Cream ;
BREAKFAST: Chilled
1 Orange
Juice Hot Grits, Fried Creamed Peas & Carrots Buttered
Eggs to Order,
JAX AIR: NEWS Tuesday French Toast, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup; Brussel Sprouts, Salad Bar, Boston
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Choice of Ham or Pork Sausage, Cream Pie Tomato Spice Cake.
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Pastry Bar.BRUNCH. SANDWICH LINE: Grilled

Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel.. : at 9:30: French Onion Hamburgers or Frankfurters Ham &
Fried
Cheese French
Soup, Grilled Cheeseburgers, Potato on Rye
The MX AIR NEWS is' a, Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Salad, Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Potatoes, Potato.Chips, Baked Beans,

distributed each Thursday at the V. S. Naval Air Station, NAVAL HOSPITAL Pineapple Cream Pie, Cream Puffs. Dessert Bar.SUPPER .
the Divine Worship-11 a.m.. at SUPPER: Pan Roast of Beef, : Fried Liver & Onions or
Jacksonville., ,Florida by Holt Publishing Company a Brown Gravy & Mushrooms, Beef Sukiyaki Onion Gravy Fried
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 500. Potatoes w.Sour Cream, Buttered Baked Rice, Seasoned Lima Beans, Buttered .

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS French Fried Broccoli, Apple Sauce, Corn Salad Bar, Peanut Butter
12:00 (News CATHOLIC Scalloped Tomatoes' Salad Cookies, Chocolate Pudding..
Jacksonville by noon on Monday before publication Bar .
Saturday' Mass-5 at St.Edward's Cherry Jello, Vanilla SANDWICH LINE: Grilled
Pudding.
welcomed all p.m. .
items are from sources Telephone 772-3118 or Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Egg

3119. Chapel. Sunday Mass8a.m. Monday,Jan.10 Salad Sandwich French Fried 1

and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- BREAKFAST: Chilled Apple Juice, Potatoes, potato Chips Dessert Bar.

"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Hot Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to

available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race, Friday-11:30: a.m. WednesdayMass Order Luncheon, French Toast Syrup, Choiceof BREAKFAST Thursday: Chilled,J.n.n GrapefruitJuice
Meat
or Ham
creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser user, or 11:30: a.m. at the Naval Ground Beef, Hashed Creamed Brown Hot Grits, Fried Eggs to Order,

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Hospital Chapel. Saturday Potatoes, Hot Chocolate Pastry Bar. Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice of

opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Confessions-4l5: and 5 p.m. DINNER: Cream of Tomato Soup, Bacon or Ham, Home Fried Potatoes,
Oven Roast of Beef, Brown Beef Pastry Bar.DINNER.
advertising from that source. NATTC Gravy Mashed Potatoes, Creole Snap : Chicken Rice Soup

Sunday Mass-9:30 Beans Buttered Spinach, Salad Bar, Savory Baked Chicken, Chicken
in
: a.m.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Pumpkin Pie, Yellow Cake. Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Bread
Building 500.Yellowstone. *
Dressing, Peas
SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Hot Spiced Beets
be directed
such should to
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concerning Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Egg Celery, Salad Bar, Lemon Merinque

THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Salad Sandwich, French Fried Pie, Apple Dilly Cake.
Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans, SANDWICH LINIZ Sloppy Joes on
4747 skn Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Dessert Bar.SUPPER Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor
388-2755 National Park's : El Rancho, Stew or Baked Frankfurters. French Fried
Telephone Steamboat Geyser, consideredthe Hamburg Pie, Buttered Egg Noodles., Potatoes Potato Chips, Baked Beans

VOL. 29 NO. 40 JANUARY 6, 1972 largest In the world, eruptsas Beets Buttered, Salad Mixed Bar Vegetables, Iced Fruit, Harvard Bars Dessert Bar.SUPPERa. Italian Meat Sauce
high as 300 feet.
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j i I ALL HANDS 4t $1,000 Check Goes i ,


Tells F4 1

RightsJax To Ex-Navy ManJaxIt J

Are you up-to-date t ,
j on the rights and benefits I
you should be enjoying in has been almost a year After developing his initial idea i
the Navy? If not, you can k' and a half since''Kermit L. Prine into a "soap dish" model,he then ,.
read all about it in this ( f got out of the Navy but the Navy built the final model, using a i
issue of All Hands. certainly hasn't forgotten him. styrofoam coffee cup as a
I The December.January : Prime received a nice little gift chassis. :
I publication of All Hands from the Navy just before
After getting out of the Navy asa f
i is a double issue which Christmas in the form of a check Tradesman Second Class, ;
j I includes an excellent for $1,000. The check was a Prime entered the Florida (
a comprehensive summaryof reward for Prime's efforts in Technological University in J
the laws, regulations, inventing an anti-electronic '
Orlando where he is now a senior.
grants, tuition assistance, countermeasures device for use
medical and other He is majoring in Industrial
care, on radar at the Pinecastle
benefits now in effect Electronic Warfare Range wherehe Engineering and was recently
voted the Outstanding Junior at .:
stationed for three
was years. FTU the Florida
by Engineering
Marine Wives Club He first conceived the idea for Society.
his invention while he was
Jax-Because of the Y' ra, f'k K Y assigned to Bomb Scoring Prime, a native of Cross City,
holiday routine, the Central at the Pinecastle Range. Fla., may yet, receive an additIonal
Marine Wives Club has Prime got the idea for his invention award for his inventionas J

scheduled their ;meeting SPEAKING or MONEY-( to R) LCdr. Ray Mosmon, Kermit L. after observing that the the Navy is pushing the ap !
Prime, LCdr. J.C, NJ, Pinecastle officer in charge, and LCdr. W.J. radar being used was losing trackof plication of his invention throughAir
Monday: January 10 at 8 Force channelsAtlantic
Fordham have an lru"tal discussion about how Prime plans to spend aircraft in many practices.
p.m. at MATSG, Bldg. 572. the$1,000 the Navy aw:X.'xl him for his invention

... Fleet i
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charges.
From 't he Bookshelf A Japanese sergeant named 66 Years Old "
Yoshida, personifying the
reluctant soldier, is guilt-ridden Jax-The Atlantic Fleet "
because he was captured alive. celebrated Its anniversary last
Through a series of interrogations Saturday, January 1, !
by the Yankee On that day, 66 years ago, the
Psychological War section Navy established the Atlantic
f Yoshida is shown that his valuesare Fleet to serve the nation's
: World War II continues to and props. It is much like watching annoying. Unfortunately, a result of militaristic defense system.
'( fascinate authors and apparently a meticulously made movie however, he chose to begin the propaganda. Their attempts to Adm. Charles Duncan, the
.;' readers, too, who are helping shot on location.That is also whatis American side of the story with motivate Yoshida into Fleet commander-ln-chlef Issued
make successes out of books like wrong with the story. You can one all too familiar personality cooperating with the enemy are his greetings to all Atlantic Fleet
Barbara Tuchman's Stillwell and forgive a movie for not including usually restricted to grade B war similar to those, according to personnel. (
: the American Experience in certain details because of the movies. He is a loutish, bragging press releases, used in the Chieu "The Atlantic Fleet faces "
China and Herman Wouk's The limits of time and the medium, machinegunner who only lacks Hoi program in Vietnam. challenges as vital as any In Its
Winds of War. but you expect more from a book. chewing gum and a Brooklyn Thana Feather is history," he wrote In a message
The critics have called the Mr. Westheimer's charactersare accent to complete the picture.But Lighter Little Brown and to the Fleet. "I am confident that
former,"history as a novel,"and never given enough time. out of a cast of thousands, a published by the men and women serving In!
Ask
for
Co.and retails $7.95.
Wouk's new bestseller, "the The author was trying to tell so handful of stereotypes isn't bad. It's your the Fleet today will meet these
librarian to order it if not on
I novel as history." There's an much he could linger for only a More memorable probably challenges with success and
i unheralded third book which few pages with each character. because they are 'less familiar, the shelf.I 'J progress." '.
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1 might be called "an historical Just as Westheimer bad breathed are the Japanese. We meet
fantasy."' It is David enough life into his sketch to kamikaze pilots, peasants and -. '
Westheimer's new book, A Novelof make the people human, the intellectuals and one young !:
the Invasion of Japan: character was either killed or the American-born Japanese girl ,
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November 1945 Lighter Than a scene cut It may be that this was who was deported from an intern ;, ..
Feather. just one more way for the authorto camp at Santa Anita racetrack in "
Westheimer's first big success tell us that war is wasteful. Cal forma. ,- .
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action novel about allied POWs. among his players which made Westhelmer explores the warrior
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With the end of 1971, Cecils
reenlistments and retirementsseem
to be plentiful. The Lat-
winger is overloaded with theseso
if you don't see yours in the
next paper please be patient it
should be there soon.
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December 10 was an importantday
for ATKRON 105. Two key
Gunslingers, the Personnel
Supervisor and the Admin
Supervisor, took the oath of
f s reenlistment. Both men have
,. ;: 1 done outstanding jobs, and the I :
squadron, needless to say, was
A delighted to retain their services.
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H. PN1 Allen L. Daugherty, the AMHC Jean R. VargoCecil
; :: Personnel Supervisor, reenlistedfor ,
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1h1J' ,rti? four years. Daughtery hails P
& from Pennsylvania and has beenin
JI! the Navy on duty in New York. f t_ .
Other assignments include a
sly stinth with Fitron Fourteen and
PNI Allen L. Daughertya several years with various
N.YI! destroyers and auxiliaries.
vs i3 t YN1 Gabriel P.Bill, the Admin

Supervisor, reenlisted for six 4SD3
years.Bill is a Pennsylvanianand
a veteran of ten years in the
Navy. He served aboard the USS
Wasp and worked four years in
Bupers on enlisted career
programs. A Gunslinger since
July 1970, Bill was this years Eduardo G. Lamugq
winner of the William C.
Niedecken Award in recognitionof ,
f outstanding performance and t
potential.
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AMHC,Jean R. Vargo of VA83is
shown being piped over the side
AMS1 Hillary CornAIMOU with his wife Nancy in retirement
ceremonies held on December 6,
1971. After 20 years of Naval
service, Vargo plans to pursue a
CAN EAT! second career as a professional ,fk
baseball umpire. The Vargo'sand
their three children will
reside at 6151 Georgewold lane,
$125 Jacksonville, FJa.
AMS1 Hillary Corn of VA-45
CHILDREN recently reenlisted for another
Marr
a $1.00 four year tour of duty.On the 24th

TUESDAY thru SATURDAYBERKSHIRE of November 1971, LCDR. Frank for six years.Lamug was born in Cecil Marr of the public works
Green presided over the San Augustine, Philippines. He department recently retired with
HOUSERESTAURANT ceremony which starts Corn on has been in the Navy since twenty nine total years of
his way to 20. February, 1966. and is
a veteranof federal service. Marr was in the
DELICATESSEN CATERING SERVICETHE
SD3 Eduardo G. Lamug, at-
two years and as many cruises from 6.42 to 16 45
Navy 1 10- ,
VILLAGE SQUARE LONDONTOWNE 1579 LANE AVE.SO. tached to VA-105, has reenlisted
with the
Gunslinger. and has worked with the Gov't.
since. He and his wife Martha
reside in Melrose, Fla.
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Chief of Naval Operations has taken a new step which will j
recognize the Navy's top performers. tEach
year,a representative from both the Atlantic and Pacific Fleet '1
units afloat will be selected as Sailor of the Year, a special honor for ,
outstanding POIs and below. E-7s and above are not eligible for the 4
award since their advancement is in itself recognition of high quality. ,
According to Adm.Elmo Zumwalt in Z-Gram 103,the top sailors will 1
; :: be invited to Washington, accompanied by their wives, if married, 4
where they will be honored for their selection. They will then. be
allowed R&R. to choose any location within the United States for five days of ]

i ___ In addition to an automatic meritorious promotion to the next rate, ''
aw they will, if they wish, be ordered Atlantic or Pacific Fleet Staffs for ;
NEW FELLOWS-Adm. Elmo Zumwalt, Chief of Naval Operations and Secretary of the Navy duty as assistant to the Master Chief Petty Officer of the Fleet. ..
John Chafee (seated) discuss their new Fellowship Program at the Pentagon with the first appointees "Although only two men will finally be selected," said Adm.
LCdr. Donald Gentry and LCdr. Bernard F. McMahon. McMahon, former CO of the fleet Zumwalt, "I believe this is an excellent opportunity to recognize the .
minesweeper USS Detector;and Gentry,assistant navigator of the aircraft carrier USS Kitty Hawk, individuals at each command who symbolize the pride and
will.work closely with high-level Navy leaders to observe and participate in the development and professionalism Inherent in the outstanding performance of many I
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Board Meets for military and civilian use. It is Committee.The WAVE Recruit S-3A VolunteersNeeded ,
expected to produce two to three '
times the electrical energy of the memorial will be a bronze !
Jax-The Petty Officer Quality current silver-oxide battery bust of the late congressman, Training ProgramJax
Control Review Board will located In small park in the
without emitting any pollutantsinto a Remember Ladies Jax The Navy is looking for
convene In March 1972 to conduct the atmosphere. heart of Old Charleston. Columnsof
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when Boot Camp meant highly motivated volunteers from
of
a quality standards review Combining to support the studyare granite adjacent to the
slipping and sliding through snow the aviation ratings to undergo
master senior and chief petty Environmental will bear inscriptions
the pedestal and ice on the way to chow, the advanced training for fleet introduction -
officers.A Protection Agency (Office of Air eulogizing the Congressman who barracks or classes..and of the S-3A. I
quality control review func- Programs), Urban Mass died on December 28, 1970. At the
standing in line in a chilly20 The S-3A is a high performance
tion is an integral part of theNavy's Transportation Administration time of his death he was chair-' automated
goal of insuring that theNavy's and the Army Signal Corps. man of the House Armed Ser degrees. weapons system
the S-2
Well, all these memories of designed to replace series
enlisted force annd had
career The Naval Underwater vices Committee
WAVE Boot Camp in the win- aircraft.
consists of the highest caliber Systems Center in Newport, RhIs served as a representative in tertime will become a thing of the Factory training courses will
personnel available. serving as the overall project Washington for 31 years.
past New recruits may look require mature, experiencedpetty
As tool to assist In achievingthis
a coordinator.The forward to a warmer 10 weeks of officers, pay grade E-5 and
goal, the Petty Officers sodium-sulphur power unitis According to Gen. Clark, the training when the Navy moves its above.
Quality Control Review Board expected to last much longer monument in of this I
memory Recruit Center for women to A few billets will be availablefor
was first convened during FY and require considerably less great American can be erected sunny Orlando sometime before E-i'sin the AT AE AND AX
1970 and has' since met. maintenance that the current one appropriately only if.sufficient July 3.About. ratings and for AD-AM Plane ..
periodically \ in use. contributions are received to 62 permanently assigned Captains.For .
Sodium Sulphur underwrite the project. Gifts women and 500 recruits will be further information, see :
Mendel Rivers should be mailed to Rivers ,-
moved to their new location,by BUPERSNOTE 1326.
Battery Memorial Monument, Charleston, S.C. July 3. No civilian jobs will be
29401. involved in the move.
About one-tenth of all the
Jax-The Navy has joined three Charleston, S.C.-The drive to Funds remaining after The relocation is part of the Earth's land surface-an area
other Federal agencies in raise $30,000 to construct a monument expenses have been Navy's continuing drive for a about the size of South America
studying new electrical battery memorial to the late paid will be placed in one of the more consolidated and -is permanently covered
that might become a key factor in Congressman L. Mendel Rivers scholarships already establishedin streamlined organizations. with ice.
reducing pollution.The has reached the halfway point, memory of CongressmanRivers.
compact sodium-sulpher according to Gen. Mark Clark, .
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To 'Doctors Draft'JaxAssistant


Secretary of Defense (Health and

Environment) Richard S. Wilbur, M.D., held a news _.. -
conference last month and made it known that Defense -

officials are looking over a host of proposals to end the 5' / ___

so-called "Doctor's Draft" and still provide necessary ,
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VPATROL .
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According to Dr. Wilbur, the conference that the Depart-
some of the ideas under ment of Defense loses anywherefrom
examination include: 25 to :37 per cent of its
--- Reducing the use of doctors each year. He added that
physicians in non-professional he didn't believe the situation
duties. would improve much until the
Increasing the use of 1980's when medical schools will
technicians and other medical be turning out sufficient doctors
personnel. and the population will be CAR???What seems to be a customized version of VP-S's familiar P-' patrol plane Is the
-- Increasing the inter tapering service use of facilities competitive employment returned from a trip to Washington December 17 to find that his men.in the true spirit of giving had
Increasing regionalization. situation. converted the formerly drab red vehicle Into a work of art,complete with designated rescue hatches
Increasing the use of "The decade of the 1970s will and squadron emblems. Badly In need of a wax lob,the car Is now ready for takeoff In Its new coat of
civilian physicians in military provide the main challenge" he paint-an aircraft gray body with white top. The Hol Hoi Hoi can still be heard around Hangar 1000.
facilities. said.
of the Assistant Secretary Wilbur
Diverting part
workload to civilian facilities indicated the basic fix to the
when appropriate.Dr. immediate problem is two-fold;; Navy Unit Commendation
Wilbur pointed out during (1)) pay for military doctors
approximately comparable to
that of their civilian counterparts -
SHI Miller ; ((2)) liberal sabbatical Received FICEUR
leaves for armed forces doctorsto By
Friends attend military or civilian
Thanks
institutions of their
as part
Jax-The Fleet IntelligenceCenter objectives in the Mediterraneanand
medical education.
continuing
for U.S. Naval Forces in Middle East, especially
Jax-SHl Robert A. Miller Wilbur said he expects the
has been during Jordanian operations.The .
called to have Jax Air News current 15,000 physicians in the Europe (FICEUR)
awarded the Unit award recognizesFICEUR's
Meritorious
express his sincere thanks to all armed services to decline in the
Commendation behalf of the achievements from
his friends and neighbors who next two years by several on
in of September 1970 to June 1971.
Commander Chief U.S.
in time of
helped his family a thousand. The manpower
need. breakout at, the present is still Naval Forces, Europe.
His wife Catherine died Friday lacking in true volunteers, with FICEUR is an intelligence LCdr. Bass
morning at their home on 1314 only 1,314 of the regular medical support unit for the U.S. Sixth
Fleet and has been cited for its
Randolph Sl on station. He has officers not serving under some
six children. obligation or in training. contribution to the United States'

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. NARTU's Photographer I Reenlistment Corner ], I


Heads State's Jaycees


Jax-PH2 Henry Hensel Hensel who came to NARTU in .
... .... Jax DC1 John W. Campbell of
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NARTU's photographer was August from NAS Glenview, III, .1. recently reenlisted In
recently appointed State Director has been active in Jaycee work NATTC
.fIj.. in the CO's office.
ceremonies
t for the Jacksonville Jaycees since 1968. In February of that I ., c
after being associated with the year he joined the McAlester I
group for only three months. Okla. Jaycees and served with ,,,.,,,,\,.,.' .". ... 4 \ lf",'I
Taylor of the
Jax-MM2 Larry
that for five months. He : "'
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was transfered to Glenview in '' "" '' }. :.:1-1,1... ,: '. ,' Jax Shore Patrol reenlisted for
of and form .'. three years last week fa bring his
July 1968 helped a ;
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chapter at Carpentersville, 111. total time years.
Hensel amassed a fine record .. 1.1 .
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Jaycees in Glenview serving as ,' Jax-AO1 Harold D. Hood, an
State Director Assistant State AW TiglioAW1 instructor at NATTC's AO "A" AOll100d
Vice President (Illinois), and school reenlisted for four yearsto
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Assistant National Director in the f extend his career to 22 years.

field of chapter management. In
? this capacity, Hensel was
0.1' respqnsible for the internal Jax-AW1 James R. Edwardsof
management of every chapter in VP-U recently added two more
the state of Illinois. He also years to his Navy career.

served as Internal Chapter Vice .
President and was presentedwith R1DC1
the Keyman Award, which Jax-AN Benito M. Tiglao of
,..,: pays recognition to the top VP.16 was presented with a
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Here in Jacksonville, Hensel's week.
.Piq: appointment as State Director Edwards Campbell

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other chapters,according to EricP.
Smith, President of the
Jacksonville Chapter. : you are interested In man, a United States citizen, are SUPERS Instruction 1520, 104A
gqJJuUtt'fAJtQQag becoming a doctor, the Medical in good physical health or have at your Personnel Office and
) Osteopathic. Scholarship unqualified acceptance to an submit your application, now
Program provides an excellent approved medical osteopathic
to reach the Commander
opportunity for officer, enlisted school, you might be eligible.If Navy
Recruiting Command not later
and civilian men and women to you are interested and want
attend medical osteopathicschool more facts you should review than April 15, 1972.

JrJ under Navy sponsorship.

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DEERSPRINGS program Social Security concerned as well as the SSN if
Phone 384.4406 matriculated in medical schools
Number is the sole
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DITIONING AND HEATING MOBILE HOMESITES and Canada, to complete their Reserve prior to Jan. 1 will have military personnel identification
DRAPES FURNISHED Clyde W. Simpson & Co education under Navy spon- records retired to inactive files number whenever an entry of a
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Jax-Alcohol is an illness. It Is that the actual rate is five per- "I
serious. It is widespread. It is cent.

treatable. If that assumption is correct, : : : ..1
Alcoholism is also ignored by and it is the best available, there r:1 '
alcoholics, by people who are are 30,000 alcoholics among the a
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becoming alsoholics, by j
people 600,000 men and women now in .
who are friends or co-workers of the Navy. I .

alcoholics. But that is changing. For comparison, and another ',' rrs
Alcoholism has been a problem view of how widespread the ,.
since alcohol was first distilled. problem of alcoholism is, 54,621 ,.'".;. t
But only recently was it Navy personnel had undergone a ; LvrJ I
recognized as what it Is. Not until urinalysis to test for drug use as -:'! I
the 1950s did the World Health of December 10. Of that 54, 621,
Organization and the American only 173 had a positive reaction, '1AUTHomn : :
Medical Association designate which indicates drug use. That is :
alcoholism an illness. Before this a rate of about three tenths of one ,
recognition alcoholism was the percent.To '
subject of many myths, some of put it another way, only one ..
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which are still believed. One out of every 315 Navy personnel '.
myth is that the alcoholic is a real tested were found to be drug ,.'!,'
man, a two-fisted drinker, a guy abusers. Compare this with the

who can hold his liquor with the estimate that one out of every 20 ..... >- <
best of them. Another myth is Navy personnel are alcoholicsand .
that the alcoholic Is a bar-fly, a then remember that is a /,
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moral derelict, someone to be conservative estimate. .ry ,1+ ,1A ';' -t '<:
shunned and outcast. Drug abuse has been labelled ,.'Ii .. t
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Alcoholism is not a badge of and is a very serious problem. ; ...( (, : :
manhood, nor a sign of moral Then how serious and widespreada :, : :,

decay, It is an Illness.' It should problem is alcoholism? .U r i:'r : Se11100 :'. ,
not be admired, deplored or Is alcoholism treatable. Yes' 4
hushed up; it should be treated. but not if it is ignored. Treatmentcan ,
How serious is alcoholism It begin only after the alcoholic '11.'r .
can be fatal. It can also ruin recognizes that he is sick. ;
lives; those of the slcoholic and Treatment can be effective only .
the people who are close to him. after the people around the

How widespread is alcoholism? alcoholic recognize the same ,,(ilt.
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Health estimates there are nine alcoholic as a social derelict .. : ,f (" .JA. "< .' ;t.J:, ", : '. 4
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million alcoholics and problem any more than they would'con- '. ..:.; ';"
drinkers in the United States. It demn a person with cancer or a ,
estimates that the number of heart condition.In tn .<' ....'.' "..,.4 t 'f,' "
>'f' ; <
family members affected by most cases, alcoholism Is a _t tIJ !
alcoholism total 36 million. The progressive illness, getting t ,\ \'
best estimate of the extent of slowly but steadily worse over a
alcoholism in the Navy is con- number of years. Early '" .
tained in a report titled recognition of the problem is a .1.
"Alcoholism Among Military great help in its treatment in ; D 'i'

Personnel," which was sent to these cases. '. :
Congress November 2. That How effective is treatment of ,. 4.4 : .,'. : ,
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report estimated that between alcoholism There is no medical : .h......'.(J '.' ";Jf-i
for alcoholism.. But, ,the j
four and eight percent of all cure ', 1" H'J1 :,
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military personnel are person suffering from it can '" .,.' ti v.Na 4 : .
alcoholics. In order to have a' totally arrest the illness. He can ;: :
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then lead a completely normallife 't' .. .
the
figure to work with, report .'
made a conservative assumptionFRIENDLY ,with one exception-he must 'sh % .. ,::111,
not indulge in alcohol. SI
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The Navy, as the rest of t :-i
f: RELAXED& society, has only recently 1

QUIET ATMOSPHERE recognized alcoholism as an Our sincere aimis
MiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiMiniiiiiiiiitiniHiiiii illness and decided to do .."
something about it. There is nowa i ,
IDEALLY LOCATED FOR
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COLONIALOREST Alcoholic being setup rehabilitation in Naval hospitals units are we service yourv "

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entertaining American men and 1971's Miss World-U.S.A., has spotted and recruited'' top entertainer,performed at the
women in the Armed Services, Brucene Smith; baseball player through his travels. Schofield Barracks show in
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comedy and girls Hope's 1971 'h' TT countries and the United States
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VIDA BLUE-Superstar pitcher Hope's cast also included teen- nothing new for Hope. Each
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the South Pacific and .
Europe.In tertained the troops with a rare: actresses selected for the show
1948, he began his annual blend of singing and by Hollywood makeup artists and t'r
Christmas tours which have choreography. The three hiar stylists, draw plenty of
+ continued each year except a teenagers from Portland, Ore.,' "oohs"and "ahhs." Deb Stars of
short period during the 1950s showed why they have made it in 'past years have included Raquel
when, for health reasons, he was the soul rhythm and' blues Welch, Jill St. John, Anne UJ
prevented from putting on shows. field. Francis and Susan St. James. '
Jim Nabors, who starred as
Gomer in the CBS-TV show The Band That Backs Bob
"Gomer Pyle, USMC,"now hosts .
I his own CBS show, The. Jim
Les Brown,and his Band of Renown have made 18 Christmas -
Nabors Hour. Excelling in
trips with Bob Hope in the 25 years Les has worked with
comedy, Nabors is also a noted
the well-known comedian. Bob and Les and the band have
; singer. _
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only six years but has becomeone hold the record of traveling more air miles than any other : :..
of that organization's biggest organized band in the history of the music business.Les JIM NABORSSinger and television star Jim Nabors puts the
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The annual visitation from the First half winner AMD will be the arm.
jolly old elf curtailed sports on pushed hard by a rejuvenatedVA45 A total of eight teams comprisethe
the local scene; however, better six. VA-82, who recently volleyball league. x
days are coming. returned from deployment has a Basketball will commence at
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Our 1972 intramural sports host of proven players and should 4:40 Monday. Ten teams are in ,1? '
program resumes Monday, prove a strong contender for the the league for the second half. b 4l
January 10 with volleyball title.The return of Dick Gardner Squads from VA- 2, VA-86 and
kicking off at 11:30: in the station former All-Navy volleyballplayer VA-45 will field teams.
gym. will give VA-174 a shot,in Undefeated VA-81 still looks
-- like the class of the league
although the addition of heighthin
the center should give VA-174
the added boost they need to l ilitlt r 1u. .
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DISCOUNTS
The 6ND Basketball Tour- in Squash Tournament Champion LTJO Rich Felser (right)
nament will be held at Gulfport and runnerup LTJG Ray (left)show off their squash trophies.
Miss., starting January 31. "All"Cecil
WHOLESALE! Field needs to become a fN''v,
powerhouse is eleven 7* starters
J: 7c and one 5' coach. Anyone in- dip 1 Nr
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CYCLE colors to this fine tourney can
TIRES & HELMETSat
sign up at the gym. Those in-
great savings! terested in coaching are invitedto
call Tom McGuckin at ext..498.
FIBERGLASS BELTS 21.86 to29.76 Intramural golfers will tee off
4 PLY at 11:30: on January 12. VA174No.
NYLON 650-13 $10.50
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HEAVY DUTY 4-PLY From 12.95 the lead with 6 points each.A ..
NYLON squash tournament was held 1
POLYESTER or to 21.78
for the first time at Cecil Field
DISCOUNT SPEED EQUIPMENTROCKET The tourney stretched over a two
RACINGWHEELS*INTERNATIONAL CRAGAR week period. Competition was a
KEYSTONE MACS GABRIEL| HIJACKERAIR SHOCKS double elimination affair and
eighteen players participated.When .
tEk. Mud.Snow.Sand'K70-U&L78.1S (Replaces : the smoke of the battle If WWft SAJDRPAYS AND 5DMWY5 Off- AND
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY f CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
Publisher {i- Movie Schedule


JAXAIRNEWS CALL: 388.2755
NAS JacksonvilleLATWINGER =
Ads should be mailed! to arrive not later than
Tuesday for l publication| the following Thursday.
Ads arriving too late for this Deadline will be
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE( published the following week unless "R"
the Margotta and Bruce Dern.
Friday,January 7
= publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check
money order for the full cost of the ad must be or NAS: "Red Tent" Color VG (90 min)

received KITH! the copy for the ad. Drama, Starring Sean Conneryand HOSPITAL: "THE LAST
4747 San Juan Avenue I Claudia Cardinale. "GE" G RUN"

Jacksonville Florida RATE: minimum charge!3 lines) $200 (121 min)
i- Per additional line((4 words per line) .SO
11
Tuesday,January

HOSPITAL: "BROTHER NAS: "COUNT YORGA

.._ HOOD OF SATAN" Color horror, VAMPIRE" Color Horror,
-- --- ---------------- ---------
starring Strother Martin and L.Q. Starring Robert Quarry and

= EMPLOYMENTPART WE BUY& SELL EQUITIES MOBILE HOME Jones. "GP" G (92 min) Roger Perry. "GP" (91 min)

Call HOSPITAL: "DRIVE HE SAID"YednesdayJanuarylZ
us for quick service. .
Includes carpeting, Freezer, a c, 40
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. Ft. awning. Steel Bldg. $3,000. 772-
4543 Wesconnett Blvd. 3161 or 264.3290. Saturday.January 8 \
TIME EMPLOYEES 771.3502 737.3864 NAS: "KLUTE" Color Drama, NAS "CATLOW" Color
& weekends. Exp. Mechanic :
Nlte 1 ACRE LOT FOR TRAILER Starring Jane Fonda and Donald
Yul
388-2"23. Western Starring Brynner,
call HIDDEN WATERS ,
Fenced yd., landscaped, 264.5030.VA .
Sutherland. "R" VG ((115 min)
Black
Creek, Canal or Lake lots Richard Crenna and Diane

Put your skills NAVY to WIVES work. Interesting available. Excellent fishing, boating, FINANCINGNo HOSPITAL: "RED TENT" Cilento.UGP" (103 min)
swimming.
Mobile Home area. High, money down on New Star Mobile
"COUNT YORGA
for HOSPITAL
,
keypunches :
assignments typist,
wooded lots. E-Z terms. One mile E. Home. Ask for Ted or Bob.B Sunday,January 9
secretary, dictaphone operator, Lake Asbury on No. 209, LaRue. 725- NAS
clerks, bookkeepers.HIGH 3992. ft J Mobile Homes : "THE LAST RUN"Color VAMPIRE"c
3738 Philips Hwy. Suspense Drama Starring
PAY NO FEE 13
Thursday,January
CALL NORRELL 398-8M6 George C. Scott and Tony

396-5371 ''.'" ". CASH 1971 PARKWOOD12x60 Musante. "GP" (100 min) NAS: "SEVERED HEAD" ,
,We buy, sell and trade equities. Color Drama -
HELPWANTED '. Louise T.Bailey 2 BR Spanish Style, 387-2304 eve. HOSPITAL: "KLUTE" Starfing.iLeeRemick t
7713605 Broker Richard Attenbo OOgh.
Day or Night Shifts avail. Apply 6238 .
and Claire Bloom.uR" G (96
Monday,January 10 .
103rd St.
TRAILER FOR RENT
BURGER CHEF NEW HOMES NAS: "DRIVE HE SAID" min)
2 BR, IVj Bath, AC, Fenced yard
7710155HELPWANTED.MALE 3 S 4 BR., .2 Baths, Built.In Range, $110. 2646829. Color Drama, Starring Michael HOSPITAL: "CATLOW"
Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,300 up.
FHA or VA Terms, Fast Occupancy. ,
Hard work Full or part time. Niter Edward 0. Lyon, Broker '' I,.'
weekends. Call after 5:30: 3534441.MISCELLANEOUS 781.1412ORANGE ::[ TRANSPORTATION: ": '

PARK Want Ads Sell!

Beautiful 3 BR, 2' Bath house, WW 1946 VW BUG

carpet, self cleaning oven, near Radio,extras, looks& runs good. $775
LOST school, 2 years new. Call Diane or best offer. 2647293.
Vance, Assoc.
Female Siamese Cat Strayed from
"Jack Valentino"MLS
car on Dec. 4 In vicinity of Exchange Realtor Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-lO p.m.
GALAXY500
FORD
Motel office C. Field contact LCdr.
Ext. 405. 264-4367 398-8191 2 Or. HT.A.C.,Must sell. First$650.
Murphy Call 384.3658. o PICK-UP & DELIVERY

ARECORDEDMESSAGEBYALEADINOANNOUNCER PRESCOTT,ARIZONA
Offers best climate In the state. 68 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE D ROAD SERVICED
Historic old ranch developed Into 2. 4 dr. Sedan, V-8 eng.,AC, AT, PS, P B,
Tells.you how you may become a
DISC JOCKEY 'acre homesltes near Prescott R&H, Low ml., Exec. cond. 398.0616 or MECHANIC ON DUTY
National Forest. Two acres: $1995 3885551.
Call 3SS 2944 hourVAAPPROVED
any D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
low terms. For full details write Mrs.

A.L. Young, Glenarm Land Co., 2233 67 VW FASTBACK .. .. .:...
For Veterans and servicemen North 7th St., Phoenix 85006. New tires, brakes,battery. $795. 4 HP ;
Minibike, $40. 2 yr.; Dalmatian, $50. BOBS, OAK HILL
GEORGE'S KENNELS
284-5238, collect after 5. .
Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. WE REPRESENT MANYof

Pick up & Delivery Available. the Navy Personnel Interested in YAMAHA 125 ENDURO umI n
Grooming Deflealng & Bathing. purchase of land for future use or Rebuilt eng. $350. 772-3588 between 9 .
Mastercharge B BankAmerlcard profit. Also homes of value, FHA or 4 p.m.
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 VA financed, in all sections of city. SERVICE CENTER103rd
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. Please contact Tom Brooker, US 1966 KARMAN GHIA VW

Navy Retired your Interested good Cond Good Gas. 2644816. .. .
7,000 BTU CASEMENTAir
cond., Exc cond., AWl Taylor, protected.WYNNE REALTYOF FLORIDA 1970 KAWASAKI & /anames Road Phone 771-9156

388-0908. INC "175"CC, Good cond. Price $350. 388-
Realtors 5066.
FOR SALE 771-2082
389-5514
Edlebrock aluminum high riser, Holly 65 PLYMOUTH
785 dual seed carb. Duntov cam with $350 cash. 3843658.
,
solid 1255. lifters. $100 or best offer. 772- RENTALS


CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS ROOM FOR RENT GUARA NT'liEif
2.1971 Singer Zig Zags Sewing Run of the house. Kitchen privileges. LITTERBUG
Machines-left unclaimed. $64 ea. Cashor 5930 .LaMoya Ave. Across from :.2.
Terms.Call 737-6502 night or day. K-Mart. Off Wesconnett. HAS NO FRIENDS j.

Askjor Claims Mgf.
BEING TRANSFERRED?

COUCH AND CHAIR Let a retired Navy man who understands We gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
6 cushioned sofa$15.00 upholsteredchair YOUR problems managethe I we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
$5.00. Phone 7727623. rental of your house until you And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
return to Jax.Bartleson major mechanical partsfor 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
FOR SALE O'Neill 8. Payne, Inc. double ch.eck.
Bedroom Furn., Bassett 1147 So. Edgewood Ave.
Mediterranean Men's Chest & Ladles 388.9311 *ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
_
Dresser w-mlrror, Bed, Head & footboard ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
$275. 1969 Simca 3 Door Run. ORANGE PARK
about S895. 23,000 BTU AC $200. 1 2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dishwasher I
Upright piano S135. 772.3584. Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth
AptS. 771-1405 or 771.3355.ORANGE .

196730'BROADWATERHeld PARK

Galley, Needs windshield 2 BR Furn. apt. 5 min. to NAS. Cony. 70 VW FASTBACK, Sharpl! $203
$4900.
Call 388-2581. to schools, will rent to TAD personnelor 69 VW FASTBACK,Air cond., Auto trans. $1895 i
2646884.MOBILEHOMES.
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO bachelors. 69 SQUAREBACK Air Cond. $2095 :

Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape 71 "411"VW SEDAN Door, Air Cond., R & H $3575 i
.
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate :":
__ 68 KARMANN GHIA Radio and Heater $1575 1
stock. Full warranty I Phone 7710409.
70 VW SEDAN Radio and Heater $1895 t

LIVE CRABS JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 69 VW SEDAN Radio and Heater $1550 ".d

Wilford's Fish Camp 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean, modern 68 VW SEDAN Radio and Heater $1495 ',
2649707OBEDIENCE and apts. 3893077.
trailers ,66 VW SEDAN conditioned, Radio and Heater, Nice

COLLIE SABRE SPANISH MOBILE HOME carl) $1295 \

. Golden Reasonable sable to right& white.home. 268 AKC..5246.. 2 carpeted.BR., 12x60 Like with new.add on Reasonable.Small room. Fully. 70 MAVERICK Auto Trans., R & H, Low mileage. '$165068TORINOAutoTrans.'R&H

$1495
equity and take up payments.
HEATING 5355 or 771-5486. 67 OlDS 442.2 Dr. HT. Auto. Trans., Air,
Central Furnaces, Wall Furnaces, 771- hUU-. ._____.__._-_._m.m.. MIII'MIIIIIIIII" Power windows $1595
.. ,. .._"11I r w.
Space Heaters,Clean and repaired. "' w r.M. w w w.
Tyler's Heating ft Air Cond. II

4711 Palmer.388-5161 Lake Shore Government Personnel Mutual

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Life Insurance Company : ;:;: : ::; ::: ::: :: ::: ; ;: ;: :; : !@1'A .>.sJANUARY ::
REAL ESTATEHOME
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGENINC. I, ,.
specialist m service to the military' : : \\t,
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FOR Owner SALE)'814S00 JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVE .. .. .. ...
(By : ; I
3 BR, LR, Dinette, Paneled Family JIM RICHARDSONCdr.
Rm, Kit., Elec. appl.,WW carper Lg. ; .
,-, .
fenced yd., 24x24 garage & carport, USN (Ret.) ,.:..1 o' LANE: AV& 5.$0, PHONE: .
exec Cond. 5249 Marlene. 388-5664 for. ;

appt. ____ __ _. 11659 Jonathan Rd. OPENOAILY..TOB.. 3OSATURDA $ 'j i

..: Jacksonville32225 */ s SUNDAY OfOi PMJ >{
strength s .
Peak Marine Corps Tel: 724-6833 .
In Vietnam was 86,730 in M.y l .
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I I e r Civilian' Menu I




6I I Friday January 7 B-Cue Sauce, Macaroni and Meat

Crab Gumbo Trout Almon. Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish
dine,Stuffed Pepper* with Creole with Dressing, Peas, Beets,
Sauce, Chicken Stew, 7 oz. Cucumber Mix, Cole Slaw, Sweet
y. Chopped Sirloin, Fish, Stewed Potato Pie Apple Pie, Boston
'. M Tomatoes, Peas, Macaroni and Cream.Cake, Pudding.
G i Crab Salad Cole Slaw
\ Cheese, ,
r : Pineapple Cream Pie, Chocolate
\ t Wednesday,January 12
; Cake -
Pudding. Vegetable Soup, Chicken Pan
i ij a Pie, Boiled Brisket of Beef with
iI it.I t # Monday,January Cabbage, Franks and Beans,7 oz.
Chicken Ala
Chicken
t. Soup,
t Chopped Sirloin, Fish, Corn,
Morrison Chopped Swiss Steaks
,
Lima Beans Okra and Tomatoes
,
I
\ r $ Baked Fresh Hominy, Dressing,
\ Potato Salad Waldorf Salad
,
Sirloin Fish
7 oz. Chopped ,
Almond Cream Pie
: Apple Pie
4l1I4 Mashed Potatoes, French Fries, Chocolate Cake, Pudding.
Steamed Rice and Gravy, String

Beans, Squash, Salads, Jello,
i Enchiladas Fruit Cup, Cottage Cheese plainor Thursday,January
1 Add Variety With with fruit, Cherry Pie, Apple Cream of Pea Soup, Tuna
Pie, Coconut Layer Cake, Pud Noodle Casserole, Beef Stew wi thRice
ding. Broiled Pork Chops with
J .-. Jax-One of the most popular Mexican dishes wedges to serve. Makes 6 generous servings. Apples, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin,
( north of the border is the enchilada, a succulent Tuesday,January 11 Fish, Pinto Beans, Spinach,
4 treat that is a particularly satisfying cold Beef and Bean Enchiladas Cream of Tomato Soup, Roast Peas Stuffed Eggs Health
weather entree. 1M Pound Ground Beef Beef Round on Block with New Salad, Egg Custard Pie, Apple

Creative cooks for centuries have developed I Onion, Chopped Potatoes, Pork Cutlets with Bar- Pie, Banana Cake, Pudding.
.. innumerable ;variations to the enchilada, which 1 Can (15ft ounce) Refried Bean ;:
."
is basically a tortilla dipped in sauce, filled and I Teaspoon Salt '. ';!
topped with a garnish. They are made with M Teaspoon Garlic Powder Salon Sets
cheese, beans or meat and rolled, folded or One-third Cup Taco Sauce Beauty
stacked 1 Cup Ripe Olives, Sliced and Pitted
Stacked Cheese Enchiladas 12 Canned Tortillas
) 1 can (18 count) Tortillas Salad Oil 'Men
l 2 cans (10 ounce) Enchilada Sauce .2 Cans (10 ounce) Enchilada Sauce Only' NightJaxA
,. Salad Oil 3 Cups Cheddar Cheese; Shredded

'. 2 cups Sharp Cheddar Cheese, Shredded Sour Cream
i 14 J Cups Green Onions, (including tops), Saute ground beef and onion until meat is new innovation stylists will offer razor
Chopped browned and onions are soft. Stir in beans, salt, for Males ONLY is being cuts, hair coloring, scalp
Heat salad oil in one skillet, enchilada sauce in garlic powder, taco sauce and olives and heat offered in the Navy Extreatments, as well as
another. Dip tortillas, one at a time, in hot oil until bubbly. Dip tortillas, one at a time, in hot change Main'Beauty Salon, manicuring and all types of
just long enough to soften them and make them oil to soften; drain quickly.! Heat enchilada located in the Mall (Bldg. wig service.
puff. Then dip In heated enchilada sauce. Place sauce. Pour half! of sauce Into a shallow 3 quart 3).
one' tortilla in a small, shallow ungreased casserole. If you have been getting
casserole and sprinkle with I or 2 tablespoons of Place about one-third cup( of the beef mixtureon Each Tuesday from 5-8 your hair styled elsewhere,
cheese, about 2 tablespoons of onion and a little each tortilla and roll to enclose filling. Place, p.m. will be Men's Night or have considered having
sauce. flap side down In sauce in the baking dish. Pour for haircuts with that your hair styled, come to

Preparing each layer the same way, make remaining enchilada sauce over tortillas; cover special flair.Complete. Men's Night for a. substantial -
*> three stacks of filled tortillas. Pour remaining( with cheese. Bake uncovered in' a 350 degreeoven specialized savings| .
sauce over the stacks and top with. remaining for about 15 to 20 minutes, or until hairstyling service will be For appointments, call
I cheese. Bake uncovered In a 350 degree oven for thoroughly heated. Spoon sour cream over each available by appointment the Main Beauty Salon at

.... 15 or 20 minutes or until hot. Cut In pie-shaped serving. Garnish with olive slices. Serves 4 to 6. only. Ext. 3414. Call today to be

Male and female hairassured of an appointment.

If Aliens Must Register This Month


I Jax-Aliens in the United Statesor A registered alien who is to the clerk who issued it ......................................................................................................
its possessions who have been temporarily absentfrom the U.S. A registered alien who willfullyor
registered, fingerprinted and on January 1 must report his inexcusably fails to report his
issued alien registration cards address within 10 days after. his address is subject to serious "Straight/acts"/ the
are required by law to report return. penalties including deportation.I Dope:: ComFairJaxDrugAwarenessTeam"
their addresses to the Attorney The Address Report Card may .
General this month. be obtained from any U.S. Post r
I :: Corner I
This report is required even Office or any Immigration and I *
though the alien has not changedhis Naturalization Service Office. It
address since the last report should be filled out and returned By J. D. Faulhaber

Photochromic sunglasses are OnDope
not recommended for driving. .
The lenses do not instantly

I SERVICEMEN: clear areas when from entering bright sunlight shaded

thus a driver's vision could be
greatly impaired for a few vital
Handy loans seconds shaded areas.after entering heavily

Wearing ANY kind of sun Most of the grass bought in the U.S. Is grown In the U.S.

from offices that folded.glasses tantamount while driving to driving at blind nightis ......................................................................................................




are handy 1970 PONTIAC 19S9GTO1970TOYOTAWAGON
; This tiMiii$>.,1.2.r.IIT, 2a,.Mr.c,....""-'I.,. '*' I VW CW HII ti _
DIN. AT r.rrttrrraat. $229 5 JJ WI.1OtS ; 1171 fitlttU100'iUHtttt -
'f used car isguaranteed airrt.tltrp2195/

f.{ to get to. 1971MUSTANG Cinvirt.1969MALIBU Tuiuiiii withkiliHMIHATPJ, 1969 FIAT ISO

toinc trrta"a1.AANHiIeraal"kr .._ $1495
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100%. ..net mill" A,r.tnr PI.La..ni. PIlictirjiir.MM,.M faluO wtllNtkNY.rtln /
: .au.r MnHeuu 1969 MERCURY
\ eM.r,12895
6475 Roosevelt Blvd. 384.6461 19&9 PONTIAC trcb.r &.r. IM.MIUitiuu.cwtt.ir.rs
,. Trnpnt tiitM t.2 ir. wrtl riul Iter.IwA.
10242 Atlantic Blvd. 721.3030 At.rs. n. nr nel, : M895mvw
't 2200 Mayport Rd. Atlantic Bch. 246-6456 / 21.too, iciul, nilet.MINI i ..
tixt rllli l up.
Ir lIk II.IIIHIU'tlJ' Ulllitl_ *2295 PICKUP
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air" -.. MMIM.p 2195 *> pilii. ,tun HIM*MI<* *
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purchase, combine 1969 FORD 1111. rick .hlI... rloyl'
137 DUSTER IlUlZr.IT.lru./1Ik.J tt.UH. ,_ $2395 Wkiti vitk klack: vinyl l
I other bills..what- t0000artdiklawhit. |ilto.lT,psaC_ M 995 "'.Full pour A air,
i: ever the need..for up with: I kiosk.ASH.ter i.retlInltrler *2195 L...11".__, $1595

I ,- to $600 lust call

; friendly Bob Adams. 1970 TQM BUSHVOLKSWAGEN
I OpEL GTBrightyefowrodio-
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& heater, New ut of
c? radial tires.
GENERAL FINANCE
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Do You Know How To Move?


Jax-Remember the last
preferred to pack yourself,teM Remember how many items you

them moving company would not pack
as safely and securely as you would?
-
There seems to be an of debarkation when
they U.S. Government for
increase in shipments began leaking gasoline. damages to the warehouse

containing items packedby He was not only charged itself and every lot of

the owners and there is for the cost of air trans- household goods, both

nothing wrong with this. portation for the cycles, commercial and govern-
However, there are ob- but was recommended
for
ment, in storage at the
vious disadvantages in disciplinary action. time of the fire. ",
packing your own items. >> '
'
Unauthorized Items Dangerous Materials Claims Liability 'Jt..oJO

When unauthorized items Many who pack their own Generally, when a \

are detected in a person's property inadvertently carrier's inventory in- \
include ..
household goods shipment, such items as dicates property has been ,"_, ''i' :.' ..... """"
the result is a charge backto paint, cleaning fluids, packed by the owner, the w 4

the member and in explosives, aerosol cans, carrier is not
some responsible GOOD
etc. DENTAL HYGIENE Is a must during a child's formative
instances even not realizing their for damage to the ship- years.The station Dental Clinic offers military parents an opportunity

disciplinary action. potential danger.A ment, as such damage to have their children, age six to 23, scheduled for a routine stannous

For example a ser- recent non-temporary could have! resulted from flouride treatment. Appointments are being taken for dependent
storage warehouse fire children: whose sponsor's birth date is this month. Call 3504. Each
viceman returning was caused by flammable poor or incorrect packing. child will receive" an oral exam,a flouride treatment and oral hygiene
recently from overseas Information. "'-
materials packed in a lot Next time you'removing
had two crates each
,
of household goods., remember these
containing a motorcycle, Because the notation warnings about packing
with his household
shipped and "packed by owner" appeared your own goods. If you
goods appearing on WESTSIDIj
the have
on
any questions on
the
inventory as "packedby
," warehouseman's inventory what items you can or UIO .,
""owner. They were the man's claim cannot pack yourself, ASK s otj yitL; 'r #$%$* CASSAT
detected at the Aerial Port
"AVENUETbyd ,.,
for damages was denied check them with the

by the storage contractor.In Household Goods Office. A SAIES & StRVijCE

Traffic addition,.the contractor They're there to help you 1971 CdRQtlA SEDAN

brought suit against the have a good move.JanuaryWhiteSale .

STAN OAR 6 EQUIPME NT
ViolationsJaxThe INCLUDES: /
OnJaxTo

following is a report
of motor vehicle accidents and
violations for the of
traffic period start off your New winter clothing for children.
December 6 26.Number Year it be wise to WheekoversFront'
right, might Although winter is still around,
of Accidents check your linen closet now. Spring fashions are just ahead. : / disc brakes UP TO 34 Ml
PERGAUQHYEAR
This period 19 If you need more sheets, pillow The exchange has an assortmentof e
This period a year ago 13 cases, towels or other assorted accessories for the latest
'Total accidents this year 679 linens, be sure to check at the fashions In belts and, If you do
Total accidents through this Navy Exchange here where the your own sewing, you can add :.. '' M. "':' ;:;:::: ::: ;$; ; :' :; ;:;:;:::::;::::::::
period last year 492 annual January white sale is in your own whimsical touch with
'Total number of days since last full swing. buttons and buckles from the END CLEARANCE
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Reckless driving 2 nounced winter merchandise

Going through stop sign 11 ,specials which may be coming Valentine's Day
Other violations 69 your way.During Looking ahead to Valentine'sDay
the mid-term school ,why not send flowers to your
Thirty-nine drivers appeared recess, you can find a large' sweetheart? Personal Services
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon selection of school supplies- will send flowers by wire. Also,
December 16, 22 and 29. including notebooks, binders, look for heart-shaped boxes of MONARCH'SRoad
Disposition of the cases includedthe pencils and pens at the main delicious chocolates in a wide
following: store. This also includes new assortment at the Exchange.A .
Twenty-one lost driving and Hugger High Performance \
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1 certificate program for must earn at least nine credit Principles and Techniques will
: ,; $10 Quality Control Technicians and hours from S t. Johns River meet on Wednesdays. beginning
January 12.Students
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win St Johns River Junior College. scheduled to start at the Orange classes; however it is preferredthat
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cluding quality control principlesand right to cancel any of the coursesif registrations will be accepted -
techniques, statistical enrollment is considered after January 12.
bOO quality control, non-destructive inadequate. Scheduled courses Student fees include a 10.00
: inspection methods, introductionto for the program will meet once a registration fee(paid one time)a
reliability engineering,quality week from 7.945: P.M. $27.00 tuition fee for each course
control documentation Non-Destructive and approximately$8.00 to$16.00
technicalmathematics ( Q. C. 103 for books and materials.
metrology, Testing will meet on Thursdays,
u and elementary Any one interested in receivingthe
"J statistics. beginning today. Quality Control Technician
toin Students who successfully TY 105 Technical certificate and who has not taken
complete the course will receivea Mathematics I will meet on the Quality Control Principlesand
Quality Control Technician Tuesdays, beginning January 11. Techniques course should be
certificate MS 221 Elementary Statisticswill sure to enroll in this course. It is
Credit may be given for meet on Tuesdays,beginning mandatory course for the certificate
equivalent courses completed at January 11. and in all probability may
YOjjjiThe' accredited schools; however to Q. C. 101 Quality Control not be offered again.
receive a certificate, students

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0 a R. HallComm-andsSquadron .1



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Jax-Cdr Robert A. Hall, a squadron to arrive later this outstanding operational
former staff member with the month. readiness record from January

Commander, U.S. Seventh Fleet The squadron will be officially 1970 to June 1971.
In Vietnam, is the new com welcomed to Jacksonville at 11
manding officer of Patrol a.m. January 28 at Hangar 1000.
Squadron 49, the latest arrival to Mayor Tanzler is expected to WEAPoNs
the Fleet Air -
Wing 11 patrol
complex here. attend to present the key to the
"'" city squadron officials.
The change-of-command
took VP-49 is arriving from
place last month when he 1 1I 1t
Patuxent River, Md. and will be
reheved.Cdr. E.A. Tansey.Cdr. homeported here with four other V
Hall was the squadron'sformer
patrol squadrons.The .
executive officer, a squadron has just receivedthe
MISS BLUE DOLPHIN Jacquie Mullins, lends a VA-203 plane position which is now filled by Navy's Isbell Trophy for ASW
captain a hand in washing down one of the Jacksonvillebasedsquadron's Cdr Jeryl D. Funderburk, who excellence their
recognizing I
A-4 Skyhawk lets while crewmen take five. Miss Mullins, has been commander-ln-charge 44'W( X8c4f/MA IW4TIONl

who Is the reserve squadron's official mascot, took time out from her of the squadron detachment here --
lob as legal secretary for a local attorney to visit the unit here. while preparing for the rest of the

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starts as a tiny trickle British warship., the thick of it. The early days of
back in 1775. Then it surges and The tradition was off to a good the war found the Navy fighting a Ali'
grows, as new streams add to its start,and it continued to grow. In holding action, greatly out-
depths, until now it is a mighty 1803, the Navy fought the Bar- numbered, holding on so that lE1 :
flow, rolling down to the sea. bary pirates off the shores of others to come later would have a
It is the tradition of the Navy, Tripoli. In the War of 1812, the foothold on victory.
and today it is wider and deeper men of the Constitution helped I There were only a few carriersat aftjd their guests
o rvic* persortnei
than ever before, fed by the gain American seamen their first, but they made lightning (/>V:|'51 for vcover charge ticketfor the
tributaries of the past and reputation as the straightest slashes against the enemy and
moving toward the future.t shooters and the best sailors in took heavy losses. The sub-

The tradition of the Navy is the the world. marine force fought not only the ytblfr second*htw Sunday (when
link between the past, the presentand The tradition grew in peace as enemy, but also faulty equipment : opri>through thursday V'
the future. It is the binding well as war. Commordore Perry and still posted clean sweep Pickup tickets at Special Services ...... '
force that welds men and sailed his small group of ships to records. It was in the early daysof
machines into a Navy. The men the harbors of Japan and openedup the war that one admiral
of today's Navy draw on the a new country to the world. commented he was looking for .. .......... o............. .......__.u fi.

tradition built by the men of Lieutenant Wilkes took six ships fast ships and good men, ready : '. :tTHE TERRACE ROOM '.
yesterday, and in turn, lay the far south and became the first to and able to go in harm's way. He '. "
foundations for the men of ever sight Antarcticcontinent. found them. FATS DOMINO, Jan. 10-15

tomorrow. The tradition continues onward Later in the war, things had JOHNNIE RAY, Jan. 17- Feb.2
Back in 1775 there was no changed. Whole fleets of carriers
through the Spanish-American PATTI PAGE is coming!
tradition. The men of the Navy sortied the
against enemy's
War with ,Dewey at Manila, .... .. ... ......
started from scratch. John Paul through the First World War with homeland. The amphibiousforces .e..e.... .. .......
Jones was there. lie was one of the men of the antisubmarine swept over the Pacific likea
the first officers commissioned in patrols rolling across the North tidal wave, crushing everything
the new Navy lie raised the first Atlantic on their four-stackers. before them. In the end, it was Thunderbird
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: Palmer Season Champ [- Navy Marine


1:1 In Football TJ-Pic-Um I Bowlingw L ;

i GOOD AND BAD 51 13 #
ARDSLEYS 43 21

Jax-With football talk still only one contest as his US 42 22 j
tie-
lingering in the air as the Super breaker fell short SPOTS 34 30
on of
one his
the end AOB No 2 30% 33
Bowl and of another perfect ballots and Walter % I
approaches it Stovall THE METS 27% 36%
season seems only prevented him from winning two ;
fitting to announce the season contests. SANDBAGGERS 25% 38%
champ in the U-PIC-EM Football NAV-MARS 2340t .t
AOB No. l 23 41
Contest.
Every individual d
winner was 7-GUNS
one won more than 20 44 to
Since no one also ,
a runnerup at least ei t
contest last year the winner hadto In some cases twice during once and the Indoor Pool Set _
be determined by taking each course of the contest so it For STEPPING UP-MARTD's "HAWKS" proudly hold their trophiesas
was Swim
winner's winning ballot and his quite a battle for the season MeetDue American League runner-ups In the recently completed Intramural -
three best ballots from weeks championship as is evidenced by to the scheduled AAU tournament. In the previous season they had finished far down
when he was not a winner and eachwinners'record on their four Swimming Meet, the indoor pool the list. They are,from left to right; (front) MSgt.William R. Painter,
then totaling up the wins and the best ballots. Each individuals' will be open for recreational GySgt. Ronald L. Fetterhoff and Cpl. Thomas J. Lynch (rear) SSgt.
losses on the four ballots.It record was as follows: Palmer- swimming from 1500 to 2000 onlyon Jack T. Schell, GySgt. George F. Selby and Sgt. Stephen A. Burnely.
was a tight finish but' HM3 37-3, YNC Walter S. Oliver364, Saturday, January 8, 1m. (Official U.S. Marine Corps Photo).
J.D. Palmer from Hospital came HN C.W. Bynum355, Grady
out the season champ on the Crawford356 L.A.
Wintz347
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strength of two perfect ballots. Walter W. Fenlet337, MR1 Jax Sports Briefs I
His record on his four best ballotswas John M.O'Toole328 and Walter
37 correct picks and only Stovall-30-10. (Some individuals
three incorrect picks. had total of POWER BOAT CLUB
a 41 instead of 40
Even though Palmer had two because the first ballot of the Jax-The 1972 BOWLING SEASON JAX NAVY BASKETBALLTEAM Jax-The nextmeeting of the ...
perfect ballots he managed to win had 1972 Intramural Jax Navy Power Boat Club is
season
11
games on it). Bowling Season is scheduled to Jax-The Jax Navy Basketball scheduled for January 11 at 8
get underway on Monday, Team will play its first two p.m. at the NAS Marina. For
January 10, but there are still games of the season I tomorrowat information call Capt. Jack
seven positions open for teams in 7 p m. and on Saturday at 2 Bower, commodore, at 3313,
the five new leagues. Anyone p.m. against the Mayport Chief John Kilchrist at 3538 or
interested in entering the leagueis Basketball 'team. Both games 264-9373 or Marty Foster at 771-
asked to contact the athletic will be played at the NAS Gym 7948
office at Ext. 3239 as soon as and everyone is invited to come
possible. out and support the Fliers.WEIGHTLIFTING .

c INTRAMURAL GOLFMEETING MEET :;SOUTHSIDE: .

Jax-The 1972 Atlantic Fleet
r Jax-An organizational Forces Afloat Weightlifting Meet ; AMERICANtavftfi : .
meeting for the new Intramural will be held ai Camp Lejeune, \ \ You To EfllBf The :
\ .
Golf season will be held on N.C. on February 1-2. It will be a :; .\:, ':,.:
January 12 at 9:30: a.m. at the Power Meet with Bench Press, SUPER
NAS Gym. All units and com- Squat and Deadlift events. Any : '
vW i m mands interested in being in the personnel who are qualified and COMEDY iOWLWEDNESDAY"
I league are asked to send a team wish to enter are asked to contactthe .' '
; /.T/Afilllll; t .ttfe!
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to the athletic office at Ext. 3239.
representative meeting.\ \ \\r: :.PM\:,IEf; {:4ii;.NChannef.;': : .1.;'\:



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ALL SMILES-Capt. William Size mort, NAS EXO, congratulates hWctbwcO ,
HM3 J.D. Palmer on selection as U-Pic-Um Season Champ as Dick .
,Holt of the Holt Publishing Co. which sponsored the contest,looks on 1 .-; ..
from the right. Other U-Pic-Um winners who received trophieswere :'
: (L to R) UT2 Ralph Norman, AAR1 John M. O'TooleWalter
Stovall, LA. Wintz, Grady Crawford, Walter Fenley, HN C.W. Bynum
and YNC Walter S. Oliver.





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