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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 13, 1972
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).
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CDR Taylor 4:I

Goes 10 YearEh:1t..

To Tour Jax .
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Jax-Cdr. R.R. Taylor, the

Jax The "Mad Foxes" of Bermuda, Puerto Rico, Cuba, Atlantic Fleet Minority Affairs
Patrol Squadron Five set the Philippines and other Assistant and Inspector General, .
another milestone in their bases in Southeast Asia. will visit NAS Jax and Cecil Field w

award winning safety record In 1968, the squadron captured January 19-20. ;
yesterday as they observed all the awards availableto ..
their tenth year of totally east coast patrol squadrons,
accident free flying. Their no including the Chief of Naval
He will be touring the two bases .'
accident record is higher Operations Safety Award. 4'c
than any patrol squadron's in Last August, the Foxes won to make a survey of Jax area ,
the Atlantic Fleet the coveted Battle Readiness"E" photographic facilities in support of
VP-5 has amassed 86,900 and was named the top of a current study the Inspector "

flying hours since January 12, patrol squadron in the Atlantic General is doing and he will makea
1962 with the P-2 Neptune and Fleet. presentation and hold a E
P-3 Orion patrol aircraft discussion of minority affairs '

without logging any mishaps. Last Wednesday, the with VA-174. : I

This would amount to fifty squadron skipper, Cdr. I
trips to the moon and back George Barker, expressed his ,
again without incidents. appreciation to the men of VP- Cdr. Taylor will be' accompanied Jj

During those years, the 5 for their conscientious efforts by LantFlt MCPO *
Foxes have flown in many in maintaining the A.T. Johnson AVCM, who will be '
parts of both the Western and highest standards of per- attending briefings and site visits '

Eastern Hemisphere. They formance. of self-help projects January .;

have operated from almost VP-5 is scheduled to deployto 19. MCPO Johnson will also .
every Naval Air Station in Sigonella, Sicily in late accompany Cdr. Taylor on ,his '" :
Europe,in addition to Iceland, March. visit to VA174.

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VOL. 29 NO. 41 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville,' JANUARY 13, 1972
The Navy Wives Service Information School, which keeps local <
wives informed the and benefits of 'r
military on rights a Navy career,

Warrant Offficers Can Get Degrees NowJaxThe resumes relevant look.Trimmed normal. schedule Monday, but with a leaner and more ;.

of all but lectures on the most significant and frequently
Chief of Naval a chance to earn an associate's academic achievements.The encountered problems, the original five-day course is now three days
Operations has inspired a new degree while in the Navy. applicant must also state long. It is held from 8:30: to 12:30: Monday through Wednesday every .
educational program, similar to Florida Junior College is one of his choice of colleges, four fieldsof other week in Room 230 at Hangar 1000. i
ADCOP, to give warrant officers the ten colleges which have study related to his Navy job At the school,wives may learn about many facets of their husbands'
t contracted for the Navy's and a statement that "Upon careers that they were either misinformed of or were afraid to ask. (
associate degree completion completion of the Associate The classes are held in an atmosphere of informality where students

: Driving Classes program. Degree Completion Program, I are free to ask questions and discuss any problems. :
: : This new step in education has agree to serve on active duty for The response to the comprehensive study of Navy benefits is *
: Start On Base been ,authorized by Adm. 'Elmo one year for every six months or overwhelmingly favorable and enthusiastic.Of those who attended the I

..\'syj '." -, Zumwalt for the many outstanding portion"thereof that is spent in the course, many agree that they have l learned more in a few days of in- \r
warrant officers, W-l Associate Degree Completion struction than they had in many years as Navy wives. Some claimed .
j .., Jax-Every year the number of through W-4, who may not have Program." they knew more about the Navy than their husbands. "
off-duty, private vehicle accidents already earned enough credits to Other participating collegesare However, the Service Information School is not limited to the wives. \
;" involving Navy personnel enroll at the Naval PostgraduateSchool : Southwestern College in Their husbands are welcome to attend at the same' time, at the .
.. as drivers and passengers resultin in Monterey. Chula Vista, San Diego City discretion of their department heads, who are being encouraged to

unnecessary deaths, injuries Students will be sleected by a College, Palomar College in San grant liberty to those who do want to go to school. .
',' : and property damages. Con- board of officials next month. Marcos, De Anza College in Classes are also open to all military personnel on station, both active
sequently, productive man-hours Those who are picked will begin Cupertino,Foothill College in Los duty and retired. Some students have reported from Air Force and '
have been reduced, the school year in September. Altos Hills-aim in California; and Marine commands in the area.

, ". hospitalization requirementshave According to Zumwalt, 21 men Del Mar College in Corpus While many women receive a personal invitation from the NAS
increased and auto in- will be selected each year. Christi, Tex.; Pensacola Junior Career Counselor,any one who is interested may sign up for classes by
surance rates have been inflated. To be .eligible, candidates for College, State Technical Instituteat calling Chief Gage at 3161 or Miss Black at 2597..
With these thoughts in mind the the program must have at least Memphis, and Tidewater
station Security Department will two fitness reports from their Community College of Ports Class Schedule
be holding an eight-hour mouth Va. '1
command, have a high school Monday : !
Defensive Driving Course.
equivalency certificate or 9OOCommanding Officer's Welcome .
.8:30 :
be conducted the
Classes will
diploma from a State Depart- 9:00: 9:30: Navy Wives Club
third week of each month in
ment of Education or authorized 9:30: 11:30: Household Goods and Moving .
CBU-410
Hangar 1000, Room 240 on.three high school, have at least six : 12:00 Housing Referral .. ,'. '
consecutive evenings, Monday transferrable' college credit 12:00: 12:30: Special Services .
. through Wednesday, 6-9 p.m. semester hours from an ac- ....:.;: A.:'"
I Instruction in defensive drivingwill credited institution and must not Tuesday :J
be given to all Navy military be within six years of retirementby CelebratesAnniversary .
personnel as scheduled. by the 8:30: 9:30: Navy Exchange
September 1 of the year they
department heads and special 9:30: 10:30: Commissary
includes attend. 11:30 Hospital Champus .,,
10:30 ,
assistants. Training for the fall term ? ; -.1 t.. ; '
basic, refresher, remedial and Applications 11:30 -12:30: Lunch at Galley 1 '''' ",.;;;*':4}'
must reach the Chief of Naval '
disciplinary courses. Traffic Operations no later than 12:30: 1:00: Estate Planning, Investing and Saving. r,
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r violation records will be used to February 10 and must include the Wednesday '., i.;*,
determine the need for refresher,
candidate's date of birth date of
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t remedial and disciplinary rank, high school transcript and 8:30: 9:30: Pay and Allowances ;
training. (See Pages 8; S) 930.: 10:00 Navy Relief
diploma or equivalency certificate .
Survivors Benefits :
Enrollment can be made by of 10:30: .1100: .
college transcript
calling the Traffic Summons 11:00: 12:00: Promotions and Advancements
other
and
college courses any .
Control Clerk, Ext 2665. 12:0012:30: : Graduation 1It.


It.: .' -Convention Celebrates WAVES 30th Anniversary': II H


lax-This year the WAVES will event to take place during the This will be a time to have fun stadium' and dinner at the Education Services Officer has at ,.... 'J d
200, Ext. 2595, more
Bldg.
celebrate their 30th Anniversary three-day convention. make new friends and renew old Stadium Club.

a* an Integral part of the Navy. Headquarters the reunion will acquaintances.The The reunion begins, with information To on in/ormation the reunion. and
get
underway to be the Hotel Muehlebach In program includes what
Already, plans are
registration and coffee at the cards, write the
registration
make this occasion extra special, downtown Kansas City. everyone wants to see in Kansas
Hotel'Muehlebach A fee of WOO Project Officer, Cdr. Helen Huus,
with a gala anniversary con All WAVES are invited to attend City. But those who come early,
covers registration and of Reserve
many USNR. Naval Public
vention and reunion in Kansas and bring their families or stay late or have their own interests
and meals the
the events on Affairs Company, Naval and
friends unforgettable time can take advantage of
City Mo., August 3-5. for an
agenda, excepting an extra $5.00 Marine Reserve Training
A committee, headed by complete with tong Jests, late- other attractions. One for ball Corps
for additional tour, Brush Creek
I .an East
3100
: National Chairman Margaret E., night" sessions, briefings, fans, including their husbands, is Center
f Enisgn Carolyn Black Blvd., Kansas City, MOo 54130.
I .. Grant, Cdr., USNR, is planning banquets, receptions and tours. a baseball game in the fine new i'

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of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised' .
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11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Your
Friday Friday,Jin. 14 SANDWICH LINE Chicken Salad,
11 a"m. to 2 am. lIa.m..lI p.m. BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters,
Friday b Saturday Tues.-Thurs. Sunday Juice Hot Buttered Cereal, Fried
French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips,
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. l1a.m..lIp.m. Noon to ,
Midnight Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes w- Baked Beans, Dessert Bar.Tu.sd.V .
9 a.m. to 2 a.m. FriSatham ,
Syrup Choice of Sausage or Luncheon ,Jan. 11
Sunday /lam. Monday thru Thur Club Meat, Baked Beans, Pastry Bar. BREAKFAST: Chilled GrapefruitJuice

9 I.m. to Midnight 11.I.m.. to Midnight DINNER Oyster Stew, Fried Fish ; Hot Oatmeal, Hard Boiled
: Portions or Beef Patties Jardiniere, Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, French
-- Tossed Green Rice, Buttered
Broccoli Toast w-Syrup, Choice of Sausage or
,\ Spears, Tartar Sauce, Buttered Corn, Ham. Hashed Brown Potatoes
J x, .X _>,' .. Salad Bar, Blueberry Pie, Sugar Corned Beef Hash, Hot Chocolate,
., n' Cookies. Pastry Bar.DINNER .
SANDWICH LINE: Chicken Salad,
Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters, : Onion Soup Steamship
DOdDtllEf French Fried Potatoes, Potato Chips, Round of Beef, Brown Beef Gravy,
"Straight Baked Beans, Dessert Bar. Mashed Potatoes, Seasoned Green
/act* from the
SUPPER Italian Meat Sauce, Beans, Tomatoes & Okra, Salad Bar,
DopOn e ComFalrJax Drug Awareness Team" 4 Boiled Spaghetti,Assorted Pizza Pies, Coconut Cream Pie, Raisin Cookies.
oow ll Parmesan Cheese, Toasted Garlic SANDWICH LINE: Ham Salad,
V L7 V Bread, O'Brian Summer Squash, Grilled Cheeseburgers or Frank
Seasoned Snap Beans, Salad Bar, furters, French Fried Potatoes,
Raisin Nut Cake.SANDWICH Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert
LINE: Grilled Ham Bar. _
burgers or Frankfurters, Egg Salad SUPPER: Simmered Corn Beef or
Sandwiches, French Fried Potatoes, Chill Macaroni, Boiled Potatoes,
PHOTKSTANTNAVAL Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert Buttered Carrots, Fried Cabbage,

Alit STATION Bar. Saturday,J.n.1S Salad Bar, Applesauce Cake, But-
DopeThe BREAKFAST: Chilled Grapefruit terscotch Pudding.
SUNDAY Jujce, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Hamburger
Order, French Toast w-Syrup, GriddleCakes or Frankfurters, Egg Salad
Church School (all ages) 9: Choice of Bacon or Ham, Sandwich, French Fried Potatoes,
a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine Cottage Frleo% Potatoes, Hot Potato Chips Baked Beans, Dessert

Worship 10230: at All Saints' Chocolate, Pastry Bar. Bar.
BRUNCH at 9:30: Minestrone Soup,
Chapel. Grilled Cheeseburgers French Fried Wednesday,Jan. 19
Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Potatoes, Salad Bar, Dutch Apple BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice,
marijuana plant has been known to grow over 40 feet high. High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An Cake Devils Food Cake. Hot Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to

nex. Junior and senior youth SUPPER Braised Pork Chops, Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choiceof
Brown Gravy, Steamed Rice, Ap- Ham or Bacon, Baked Beans,
t Fellowship-1:30: p.m. at Bldg. 722. plesauce, Boiled Navy Beans, But Southern Corn Bread Pastry Bar.
Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at tered Greens, Yankee Corn Bread, DINNER: Tomato Rice Soup Swiss
small Chapel. Salad Bar, Vanilla Wafers, Cherry Steak w.Tomato Sauce, Rissole
Jello. Potatoes, Buttered Lima Beans,
Tuesday Sunday,Jan. U Buttered Spinach, Salad Bar, Pumpkin
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple ) Pie' Iced Fruit Bars.

AX AIR NEWSThe at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Juice, Hot Farina, Fried Eggs to SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy Joes on
Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. Order, French Toast w.Svrup. Griddle Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor
Cakes, Choice of Ham or Pork Frankfurters, French Fried
Sausage, Hashed Brown Potatoes, Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans
NAVALIlOSPITAI. Pastry Bar.BRUNCHI. Dessert Bar.SUPPER .

JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise' Newspaper Divine. Worship-11 a.m. at at 9:30: Beef Noodle Soup, : Grilled Salmon Patties,
Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Baked Veal Loaf, Tomato Gravy
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station Bldg. 500. Fried Potatoes, Salad Bar, Peach French Pie,( Baked Macaroni & Cheese, Buttered

Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Chocolate Cookies. Brussels Sprouts, Buttered Corn,
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS CATHOLICSaturday SUPPER Spanish Steak. Pan Salad Bar, Yellow Cake Orange

must be forwarded to the ,Public Affairs Office Box. 2. NAS Mass-5'' p.m. at St.Edward's Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, French Pudding.
Fried Cauliflower SANDWICH LINE
Buttered Mixed : Grilled Ham
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Vegetables Salad Bar, Cherry Jello, burgers or Frankfurters, Deviled
items welcomed all. a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Ham, ,
are from sources.-Telephone. 772.3118, or Pineapple Pudding. French Fried Potatoes Potato
3119. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Monday,J.n.17 c Chips Baked Beans Dessert Bar.
Friday-11530: a.m. Wednesday BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato!
Thursday,Jan.20
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Mass 11:30 a.m. at the Naval to Juice Order, Hot, Hominy Griddle Grits Cakes, Fried Eggs BREAKFAST! Chilled Orange

\ available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race, Hospital Chapel. Saturday Choice of Bacon or Luncheon w-Syrup Meat,, Juice Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to

creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser, user or Confessions-4:15: and 5 p.m. Minced Beef, Pastry Bar. Order Sausage,Griddle or Cakes Bacon w-Syrup Creamed Choiceof
DINNER
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal NATTC Fried Chicken Chicken Creamed Rice Soup, Oven Chipped Beef, Cottage Fried Potatoes

opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. in Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Cornbread Chicken Pastry Bar.DINNER .
advertising from that source." Building 500. Dressing Buttered Spinach, Polon-' : Cream of Turkey Soup
nalse Cauliflower, Roast Turkey Log Turkey Gravy
Cranberry Sauce,
Salad Bar, Pineapple Mashed Potatoes Cranberry Sauce
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Cake. Pie Marble Fried Hominy, Buttered Peas, Salad

concerning such should be directed to: Two former Presidents, SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Bar Pecan Pie, Chocolate Krlnkles.
Ham
Thomas Jefferson, author of the burgers or Frankfurters SANDWICH LINE: Variety Meat
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY'' Declaration of Independence Cheese on Rye, French Ham & Sandwich, Grilled Hamburgers or
Fried
and John Adams, one of its most Potatoes Potato Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 outspoken supporters, both died Dessert Bar. Chips Baked Beans, Potato Chips, Baked Beans, Dessert

Telephone 388.2755 on July 4, 1826, the 50th ann iSUPPER: Beef Pot Pie or Boiled Bar.
versary,6f the document's ado p' Franks, Buttered Egg NOOdles SUPPER: Yankee Pot Roast, Brown
VOL. 29 NO. 41 JANUARY 13, 1972 tion by the Continental Con- Steamed Sauerkraut. Buttered Gravy, Baked Potato w-Sour Cream
Broccoli Buttered Beets. Season Spinach
Spears'Salad
Kress. Bar
Bars Peach Pudding. Coconut ,Salad Bar, Banana Cake, Bread
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Are Brown Eyes Best ? :1'' Open to P03s


By Capt.James Anderson,CIIC,USN : .

Jax-The CPO Advisory Board
; pt- has unanimously recommendedto
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"Brown-eyed people are cleaner than blue-eyed people. They are Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt that
more civilized than blue-eyed people and they are smarter than blue- __ third class petty officers should
eyed people," said the teacher, Mrs. Jane Elliott, to her class of third k I s become authorized patrons of
graders.At what are now senior petty of
the beginning of a two-day experiment Mrs. Elliott constantly ficers' and first and second class
praised the brown-eyed group in her classroom, pointing to their petty officers' messes and clubs.
accomplishments as proof of their superiority. At the same time, the The CNO in his NAVOP
blue-eyed children were told that mistakes were to be expected from message announcing the CPO
their type. Advisory Board recommendationsaid
"I have approved this
Mrs. Elliott found that the brown-eyed group excelled. When the recommendation, realizing that
blue-eyed group fell behind she said, "It is just what you can expect the variable factors of petty
from blue-eyed children." The brown-eyed group was given special officer population, current
privileges in reward for good work. Scholastic achievement soared average mess patronage and
even beyond what was expected. The blue-eyed children fell into a available space in buildings will
pattern of failure and depression.Mrs. necessitate phased im
Elliott was concerned that the experiment was having a bad plementation. Since we are
effect on the blue-eyed group. She decided to continue the work, ; i limited by space, It will probablymean
reversing the roles. The brown-eyes found themselves the inferior 1". .... 11 I a that during peak load
group. Their self-esteem and superiority was threatened. Their periods some messes may be
performance dropped dramatically.The reverse was true of the blue- ", e ,,;, filled to capacity."
eyed group. Commands that indicated in
A HELPING HAND Mrs. Michael Hoff helps place I POW-MIA response to NAVOP 152 issued in
bracelet- RAdm. Lawrence R. Gels, Commander Fleet Air, September 1971 that they have
Mrs. Elliott asked the children why they believed her assertions Jacksonville.Mrs. Hoff's husband Is LCdr. Michael Hoff who has been the capability to accomodate
about superiority and inferiority. They answered that they thought eye listed as missing in action In Southeast Asia since January 7,1970. The Petty Officers Third Class in
coloring made the difference. bracelets are to be worn until either the POW-MIA's are accounted for their Petty Officers' messes and
How does this relate to everyday living? I don't think it is unfair to or returned to the U.S. The bracelets may be bought at the Navy Petty Officers sections of EM
say that people tend to behave the way we expect %tem to and accomplish Exchange,the Barnett Bank and the Commissary on Friday, January clubs are requested to extend this
what they think is expected of them. 14 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The bracelets are also available from Mrs. privilege immediately.
Catherine Yonke, 4645 Amhearst Rd., Jacksonville, Fla. 32205. The All other commands are expected -
Mrs. Elliott tells of another teacher who found a series of numberson nickel plated bracelets are $2.50 and the copper bracelets are $3.00. to pursue phased im-
her desk ranging from 120 to 140. The teacher assumed that these Checks are to be made payable to Lest We Forget. The money gained plementation and to extend this
were the IQ scores of her students. That semester'her students excelled from the sale of the bracelets will be used to further publicize the privilege to third class petty
the grades were very high. The principal omplimented her on plight of POW-MIA's. officers as rapidly as possible.
the outstanding job she was doing. "But it's only to be expected from
such superior students," came the reply. "Why you yourself gave me
the list of intelligence ratings."
The truth was that the cards contained the students' locker num- S'S ca reC.erlas
bers. Blanding Boulevard .
Cedar Hills Shopping Center
House of Quality I Food
Phone 7719223'
Can we use these fascinating lessons in our lives? The third gradersdid. Every THURSDAY is
They became more compassionate, less aggressive and more Every FRIDAY Night is
considerate., Grades improved The children felt they could do YOUR Day at I FAMILY '
something to make the world better. CHOICE OF... Your
I see a great promise for our future if we can put'these lessons to COUNTRY o
work. The expectation barrier is a basis for racism, a foundation for S"gS Chicken I 'GHT79
our failure to improve, the start of "you can't teach an old dog new HAMBURGER 8 d1
tricks,"a factor in many of our:social and personal problems.Once SMOTHEREDChicken..with Hash Browns

we have broken through this expectation barrier, I feel we will Chopped
find basis for freedom. We will see patterns of bahavior changeas ?with Vegetable, Bread and Butter
a new dressing Roll and Butter ...and any 2 vegetables;
records of all sorts will
the third graders' behavior changed. New
LUNCH 11 AM.til2 PM DINNER PMtil8 PM
be broken.

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j j GMTC William R. Padgett, Weapons Department, NAS, Cecil Field,
9 transfered to the Fleet Reserve on November 24, 1971, upon comnletion .
of 21 years service. He and his family returned home to
Pesgah, Alabama,to re-establish relationships In that area and settle

down to a lot of leisurely living.

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Harvey H. Smith,was awarded the Navy Achievement Medalon
December 6, 971, for meritorious service while serving as Main
tenance Chief and Senior Enlisted Advisor of VA-83 while embarked on .
USS Forrestal from January 7, 971 to July 2,'97' Chief Smith resides AQC Larry D. Moye reenlistedfor
with his wife Betty and their three daughters at 5547 Echanted Drive, 4 years bringing his total to 15.
Jacksonville. Moye and his wife Janice and i.
daughter Tamara reside at 499 Y
Alsey Drive, Orange Park.
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LrH C.E. Rewis reenlisted aboard VA-45,Detachment 11 for six yearson
; r c December 23. He will receive a guarantee for a career designationunder
i the STAR program. This was the first reenlistment for Rewis
who was shipped over by LCDR B.K. HasstII.
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ASE1 Charles K. Miller,was awarded the Navy Achievement Medalon ,:r"I
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December 6, 971. for meritorious service while attached to VA-83 : .', :
embarked on USS Forestal from January 5, 1971 to June 19, 1971. r
Miller,a 10 year Navy veteran, resides with his wife Sharon and their I4 .f Jf
two children at 6100 103rd St. \'" I''I
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AQC Peter A. Bundgard of VA- 'i":
174 recently reenlisted for 3 years
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routine checkup at one of under the Flight Test
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I Retired Chief Starts ROTC Unit At High School 1


by J03 duck ConradJuuA But why had the 29 girls joinedthe nonsense chief added. Warren, who has been in the "My grades are" better since
? education field for 17 years, I've been In ROTC, Alicia noted!
program Cadet Lieutenant Allen Carter, "NJROTC has "I don't know why, since I
that have
year ago if] a student "I wanted to learn leadershipand added ,
the Red Platoon leader and one of to do but
and more they lust "
together
held a door open for me I was I had a bad brought the students are.
ad thought several black students in the
never sure if he was being polite temper the NJROTC given them a sense of unit and
or going to shut it in my face." could help me learn to control iL program said, "The thing I like loyalty to both themselves and CapL Gordon P. Chase, USN
That's how Lynne Roy, a tall, And it has, explained Sabrian most about the program is thatyw're the school.Sometimes I feel a bit (Ret) is the ficer.lnchargethe of
attractive, 23-year-old English Fleming a black, 16-year-old treated like a man. You'regiven guilty about them; we take ad- Live Oak unit "We're only In
to do and then left
teacher began expressing her junior. a job on our first year of operation and
feelings about the activation of a Rebecca West,another 16yearold your own to do it How to get it vantage of them to work at our only one of 126 NJROTC units
Naval Junior Reserve Officer junior said, "It sounded interesting done is up to the individual. football games as ushers, sellers across the country. We have
When it's over you get just what and ticket takers and for school more than 150 students
Training Corps (NJROTC) at the and I thought I'd like iL enrolled
high school in Live Oak, midway I want to be a secretary and I you deserve,good or bad, for how plays and convocations, besides here but there are more than
between Tallahassee and think that someday I might like to you accomplished" the task using them as messengers duringthe 13,000 students enrolled in naval
Jacksonville in the Florida. be a WAVE" assigned to you. school day." junior ROTC nationally."he said.

panhandle. Edward "Hoss" Smith, a
'This year though things are retired master chief per The students meet five times a
completely different," she said. sonnelman, was the man whose week; four for academic classes
"None of them would even think idea it was to try to establish a u- and once for drill practice. A
of doing such a thing. I can't get unit at Live Oak. student can earn one course
over the change in them in one The trim, six-foot-two chief :];-.J..\ : \t'; t"" credit per year In NJROTC.
year." said, "The first thing I did was to d,. ;!' .t

Perhaps Miss Roy's statementis have a meeting of all the boys in : u' ;f : : ,' ':; "The curriculum is designed to
a hyperbole but it does point up the school to find out how many '.,... *,, 11"If,' "'"..; ,::.," .(.. "" ,., ',"':'\, give the student a broad
one of the advantages to Junior would be interested. About 400 I. :" .: ': ; .,,\.;.!.<. :' ?'fr..>11'if {; .
.,.. f "' : ... \... .\I':!: AN .,," background and Introduction to
naval ROTC. The high school in boys showed up and over half of .:.' ,' ; ,> t'i "'''\.,' the Navy," according to Chase.

Live Oak, an agricultural them said they'd like to give it a \i, ;,; \,,. '. ,': ;;' ; }:\,.:I "They study such things a& naval
of about ": .
community 7,000, was try. { >''i r. ; I'<' I' .kl 'oJl ,customs and traditions
and is- no modern day "Black "After talking it over with the ;HJ (' 'M.' F' ,
: I ,oceanography, navigation and
board but im- principal I went to the school ',: /
Jungle"
,
any l :: { : seamanship, astronomy, and
provement or change in students board for their approval. They ,. ",.1' f it i electronics and
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today does not go unnoticed. were very enthusiastic about the :;I\\\ :! ":':.I, ',: I. the modern Navy.
Miss Roy, who is sponsor and idea and gave me the go ahead. I ",
chaperone of the 29 girls in "Next it was up to the Bureau I
NJROTC, said she felt that of Naval Personnel They approved 'I." ". "We don't try to push the kids
the and into going into the Navy or any of
/'many of the students joined unit later told me
NJROTC because they either that one of the main reasons they the services for that matter," he
came from large families and decided to place a unit here was said. "What we do hope to accomplish -
were looking for individual the support we had from the is to instill them with
recognition or because they were community. Every club, social, 1 qualities that will make them

looking for discipline." civic and professional ..... ;I.. .. better equipped as adults. We
Most people can understand the organization in town gave us .;-. .-- emphasize orderly appearance,
reasons for a young man being their wholehearted support. -r '1 1 I respectful conduct, Individual
interested in any ROTC program "Before I knew it,I had quit my responsibility, self-reliance and a
since eventually almost all of job at the Post Office and was personal knowledge of the
them will be faced with military going back to high school; this responsibilities of citizenship."
service of some type. time as a teacher," the noSPECIAL Sixteen-year-old junior Cadet
THE NAVY OF THE FUTURE Retired Master Chief Per Lieutenant Pam Legg is the
PEAL sonnelman Edward Smith talks to some of the ISO students who are a leader of the girls platoon and
part of the NJROTC unit that Edwards established at the Live Oak with her the Navy is a tradition.
High School in Northern Florida (photo by PHI Bill Galligan) "My grandfather, my father and
even my boyfriend were in the
Ordell Warren principal of Debbie Howard, 15, a Navy. I want to be an Air Traffic
Live Oak high school, says that sophomore; and Alicia Roberts, Controlman. I don't know much
the NJROTC unit "has becomeone 16, a junior, honestly admitted about it other than what I've read
t h of the greatest assets the that there was more motivationthan but it sounds really interesting."

school has. just learning about the
astro homes- "It gives the non-athlete a Navy, leadership, responsibilityand All of the students in the
inc group to be in," said Warren other subjects. program agree and openly admit
who played football at Auburn
that when the first
"There program
certain
with are privileges
coach
Georgia Vince
Dooley. "It also teaches them you receive by being in ROTC. started they were met by a
that someday they will be out in We get to go on field trips and to mixture of youthful razzing and
jealously by their fellow students.
the real world and somebody, parades and other things.
Warren feels that even when
probably from among their own the novelty of the unit off
wears
uCotvipktLtu will "Of course we have to make
be
peer group, giving the up
after
the
first the
orders and somebody else will be all the work when we miss school, year,
taking them. Those are but we have' to have a Colusaverage continue enrollment in the program will
a frequently the hardest orders to to be able to go," theyDISCOUNTS to rise.
"I
accepL" said personally would like to see
it doubled and would like every
able student to participate in it,"
i be added.


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Cadet Lieutenant Rick

Hingson,the Blue Platoon leader,
said, "Most of the students who
/ aren't In NJROTC don't un-
derstand it or appreciate it for
what it can give to them as in
of dividuals. They think that we're
just a bunch of guys who like to

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,.:,iCBU410: Celebrates MMPMaMMMIWMMHMIMMOTWM Anniversary Proves Success of Local Self Help Role. I



maintenancework. their first and most dramatic
include day-to-day
: Jax-Saturday,. the Seabees of to the Navy. explained, Seabees in Vietnam changes is Galley One, which
( CBU-410 will celebrate their first The Seabees here get that job earned a reputation as they and civilian employees
j anniversary as an organized unit done. professional builders as well as Unit410's primary interest is in completely remodeled includingnew
CBU-410 was commissioned fighting men. On returning home,
the benefit of enlisted personnel paneling, partitions, lightingand
; here last year to develop! skilled According to Lt Craig Pynn, they were often faced with dull barracks, ceiling.
military craftsmen who could the officer-in-charge, the men of assignments sometimes as by improving
clubs
com-
augment Naval Mobile Con- CBU-410 provide the technical nothing more than bus drivers or recreation areas, facilities
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and exchange
: ( : struction Battalions when advise and the expertise for messengers.As according missary to Lt Pynn. Other completed projects are
\ necessary. numerous Self Help projects the Navy Exchange parking lot, a
One of 18 such units in the throughout the entire Com- a smaller, organized con new Housing Referral Office at
Navy, CBU-410 exists primarily FairJax area. The actual work is struction unit, they are now ableto As a separate command, CBU- the main gate and remodeling of
to provide better living conditions shared by volunteer laborers maintain their construction 410 receives funds for their work offices at the Dispensary.The .
z, for station personnel through Self from the unit requesting help. skills through work that through NavAirLant. Self Help
Help. challenges their traditional "Can requests are forwarded from
currently
men are helping
The CBU concept was part of a Through Self Help, the Seabeesare Do" pride. individual commands and Public dependent children build a new
Navy-wide move outlined by the providing an inexpensivesource Works provides the material and Teen Club on station.
Chief of Naval Operations to finda of,morale and cooperationwhile plans for projects.
way to boost retention of they in turn receive a more And, it doesn't place the Navy Some of their more long-range
enlisted personnel by improving rewarding tour of shore duty.: in competition with local civilian construction goals will include a
his living conditions at little cost As Master Chief L.B. Tharpe contractors as Self Help does not "The$200,000 unit is in capable work in of a puttingout year," 36-trailer pad here and 50 more at

said Pynn. Mayport this year-all which will
add up to $200,000 in materials.

RAdm Enger Already, the Seabees have
created a new look: around the And the list'continues to growas
.- -' : J'p.,: ._ _-1 1x Praises CBU station through Self Help. One of requests for Self Help pour in.



,, Congratulation on ..the.ucc"ful
-- :
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rt1'U completion of

your first year of ,">
operation. CBU-41Q has set
aTiighly enviable record of
accomplishment in leadingthe
Self-Help program In
the Jacksonville area to
improve living conditions
ashore for all Navy men
and their dependents. The 4
r -m'a high standards set in I Il

professionalism resourcefulness lk
and deter '
mination have followed the
y highest traditions of the ?
Seabees. CBU-410 has met
the challenge and proven _
that wherever they are w. + =
Seabees "Can Do." -

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r. RAdm. W.M. Enger,

CEC, USN ''.-. 'Y

: ..iiti-if'" '" .. ..... .
Chief of Naval Civil Engineers

SEABEES.of unit 410 fashion a soft drink oasis at Galley One which, CBU-410 a 45-man unit is commissioned January 15, 1970 at the
when completed last March, proved to be one of their most dramatic Seabee compound. Lt. Dave Baumgartner. became the first.officer-in-. '
demonstrations of Self Help in action. charge. "'


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APPLICATIONS WASHINGTON (AFPS) -
B f
OARD r l Astronauts on future space mis-
NOW ACCEPTING OF ; N sions may breathe oxygen reclaimed
R from moisture in their

... erORScO"1rlE own breath and perspiration.A .
and
(rc: ; j trolysis prototype system water has been vapor devel-elec-

oped by the National Aeronautics -
and Space Administrationthat
will convert moisture in the
air directly into hydrogen and
oxygen and release the re-
claimed oxygen back into the.
air.


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-n Ic ,1 DEADLINE APPLICATIONS FOR UJITH 6w1mmRG' % POOL}'


JAN, 24th, Rno

I 11 II I II/ APPLY AT ANY THE GOOD lifE

CREDIT OFFICE UNION FROfflSttO.\


: Vilk\ d

JAx FEDERAL 2045 Jammes Road
r Jacksonville *
LOCATIONS "II;;. : 7 10 minutes\ Out from RooseveltBlvd. \

SERVE YOU... u Right on San
Juan to Jammes.Then

,_. ', f., 'left to apartments.

..,...,.....'". ".. ,.., For complete info call\ :

ROOSEVELT MALL HAS .lAX,lid,.Jt HAS CECIL, Iidg.26
SHOPP.INO CENTER T 1 .S622or Base Ext 2U1 Tel. 771-3211,Ext.215 781-3818
Hours: Mon..Frl.PHONE 10 4.1391.5:30PM Hours; Mon..Frl.9:30.4:30: : Hours: Mon..Frl. :30.3:00: :
Sat.9AM.1 PM ..."...4 er COPt'.
Ia A"UN MANAOEMENI
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-" .4 r. Jax 86 Selects Officers .11.11Jax


The next meeting of the The wives are busy making >l'
Navy Wives Club of America,Jax plans for the coming installation *
86 is slated for Wednesday at 7:30 and awards banquet on the 22nd.A .
p.m. at Compton Hall. rehearsal for the event will be
held tomorrow.

Job Openings Members met last Wednesdayat
Compton Hall to elect mem-
bers to fill the new offices at the
Posted HereJax installation banquet The 1972
officers are Mrs. Owen (Sharon)
The latest Merit King, president; Mrs. Phil
Promotion openings (Barbara) Blevins, vice -
president; Mrs. Raymond(Ruth)
available for NAS civilian
Ganthner
recording secretary;
employees are No. 1-72, Mrs. Henry (Sally) Holt,
Asphalt Worker WG-5; No. corresponding secretary; Mrs.
2-72 Supervisory Richard (Wiima) Goldsberry,
Firefighter (Structural) treasurer; Mrs. Gary (Evelyn) "
Hartmann,parliamentarian and
;
GS-081-6 and No. 3-72, Mrs. Charles (Gloria) Davis as
Supervisory Firefighter chaplain.The .

,,",,- (Airfield) GS-081-6. nominating committee for
L These announcementsare 1972 was also elected. They are ,
I'rlru. v
posted on official Mrs. Henry (Nancy/ Wernet,
J. ) bulletin boards in work Mrs. Martin (Marie) Sully, Mrs.
WORKING in tht.Flight Surgeon's Office at the Dispensary is one of several Seabees who were areas. Candidates for the Kenneth (Lillian) Black, Mrs
Bill (Rita) Brown and Mrs. Fran
tasked with remodeling office spaces in the building.
should
job openings Bush.
contact the Rating

," .&.. ri.. '. Branch, Ext. 2320, Em- The tri-annual meeting of the
''<' ployment Division Dixie Area Council is scheduled-
,
Self HelpIn '.' for January 18 in Orlando, with
Civilian Personnel
0 ,
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; the NWCA Orlando 267 club
Department. hostessing.

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NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS :;::::
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f-' :. I CONDITIONERS .t.....
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a,1 When you need advice on anything that i
has to do with money we can help. It could
THE FOUNDATION for the Navy Exchange parking lot Is smoothedout be as simple as saying "yes" when you. ask
in preparation for paving.The lot is now open for use. us for a loan. Or it could be as complicated as
working out an investment plan for your
future.
When it comes to a question about money
QUALITYMOTEL in any of its manifestations we'll always come
up with the answer. The best of all possible

*_-W1 .: AIEh ... answers. The right one for you. \

.. Oiuir SOUTH .
I "

::. I'IOTEL, at University and 195 Blvd.West 0 % / / 1'I

SEVERAL fabricate the -
men Phone 737.1690
unit's headquarters west of the .. 0CJOHI ofORANGE
Seabee compound. The buildingwas ,,-I. (
;jllllllrllllllllII.I jllllUlinilllllllllllllllimimilllllimilimilimillimilgDUTCH
completed late last year. PARK -

PANTRYRESTAURANT COCKTAIL

LOUNGE ,
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5821 San Juan Niblick. 5 TEst!..

Phone 384-4406 R,A."i s".URDA"iFRDl ,;

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1.2. and 3 BEDROOMS nUB.NE foR \. Y 4
GARDEN TYPE APARTMENTS ,,2-""" S\ o wwo. .w -- '-
INDIVIDUAL AIR CONDITIONING lTpit IRFAMILIE ; a :.j.--,: :.',,., ":,m., PHONE 244-952 f
> :t. l" .o
AND HEATING ANO'Tt\E\ i? 'f .. U.S.HIGHWAY)17 ,
DRAPES:! FURNISHED 0w_{,"f- ORANGE PARKMEMBER I.
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,. January 13 January 14 January 15 January 16 January 17 January 18 January 19

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COOKOUT
': .
: Open
Lunch 11.1300
Officers J Club Ltmch11.13oo' Noon Bar FaA Lunch 11.300' Lunch 1830.2000
Noon Bar Sandwich Bar Happy Hour
Noon Bar Happy Hour Party CLOSED
16.1800 Noon Bar 1600-1800



Dance Dance Plna Dining Room Dining Room
CPO Club Happy Hour Juke Bolt The Royal Blue Plan leperoni Sandwiches HappylHour 1' BINGO
16.1700 t.adln Drinks Package Store 2000
Ita Price 2000.0100 1000.1900 AlithiWV 1100.1300 1700.1800


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Poor Ntd'

Beacon Club Free Night Draft Ronnie Creation PHIL.ndttle KAY 81ackLabti H.ppyHour H.ppyHour
1900-2200 2030.0030 203().0030 CHANTELS Night 900.2000 900.2000


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Beneficial r

,. fulltttltle4tlai


Suggestions


_. .ijinii... "..,;;. W.. .mrffmt
......................... Bud ilttinin
AE1 Sheldon D. ( ) throughout the Navy.
WALTER of Attack'' Squadron
Mr. Leander A. Skinner
: EIGHTY-ONE has been awardedan received a check in the amount of
CheckUpTime initial sum of $50.00 for his $85 for his beneficial suggestionfrom
efforts in developing a frame
LCDR W.M. Garbe, Public
.: ? counter for the KB-18A camera Works Officer. Mr. Skinner is
carried aboard the A-7E aircraft.WALTER's
: currently assigned as an ap
: Isn't it time for a frame counter was
prentice refrigeration-air conditioning
: Metropolitan Family : tested extensively by VA-81 mechanic and has been
: Security Check-Up? during its 1971 Mediterranean
employed in the Public Works
-
: Call for details. ; cruise It found to be
was extremely Department at NAS Cecil Field
useful to the pilot by for the past four years. His
ALVAUGHNLt.USNRet. enabling him to keep track of i'ai suggestion recommended the Something
.)
353-6552 772.0863Metropolitan remaining in the camera installation of fieezestats with r Good ForTheWestside
magazine, thus making more '
manual resets for chilled water !
o Life effective mission planning systems. The implementation of

possible.In this suggestion is expected to ALUMINUM PORTABLE BUILDINGSWITH
New York N. Y its KB-18A project report, result in an estimated annual
We sell life jnsurance, VA-81 suggested that WALTER'S savings of $809.54 and will FLOORS, WINDOWS, WIRING, '42" LOCK DOOR

But our business is life frame counter be incorporated in prevent damage to major cooling NOW
............ .... ........... the basic KB-l8A system used systems throughout the station. MOBILE HOME ADDITIONS FOR CHRISTMAS


MONTEREY PICK-UP TOPPERS

NOW PLAYING for a Limited INSTALLED $245 AND UP.

.. ...
Engagement LOOK
COME IN AND

PIRATES TAVERN OR CALL 771-51 or 724-7411

Bank
Financing

:
-' .", ( RAY E. WHITTLE

Bullder-Also BDA Additions.Remodeling.Specialist Co. J

6416103rd St.Jammes Rd. 6716 Arlington ExpresswayAlso
at Orange Park Feed Store 264-5172 I

A.C. RUOLSTON,ADJC USN, (RET.)-Mgr. 103rd St. Location



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1 u I 30,000


TOMMY BROOKS PHASE II INSTANT GUARANTEE MILE

CREDIT F/127'
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imiimilimilllllllllllLJ MODERN VOCAL SOU N OS. .
NO DOWN
24 Hour A F71.14
| Day I POPULAR ROCK COUNTRY PAYMENT

I RESTAURANT IE LONG i G71.14 F71.15

TERMS G7I.15
'
MONDAYTHRUSATURDAY =
r SUNDAYTILLMIDNIGHT. = FREE
r
:=: ,, = "IK, Z ORANGE MOUNTING '
= = PARK FREE 1995

| DON'T FORGET THE l Wllnii.r Hori.lunS. TIRE
REPAIR
uitf UnolitiiiiHtiluNm
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RING OF ,
:7 1111 FREE

.. I FLAME&L FRONT END H71-4 H7'.U' POI ALL
h Steak and INSPECTION 173.14 24.95...
ofcxflaxii Pa..ng. Tir.Guarant.. m.ts .
1 j the Fret Salad FREE Tin.Rotation '00.'S F.lrT.41/l'.4rN
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cm : { I and Beer you 5 i \ SVWL/) I G .'.n.4.,.".t.11.....hn.rrls.4. .1d.cts 1.r th.IY..1lhs
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If'Ihn ,1.4 w WIll ??,rh.r j" 'h.cu,.
j 3P.M.- 'P.M. 5 .: INNKKCPCMffiffiiwfoCymfei 1511 ech..p piss.Lu"Mt4.11.r.11._.".."plus,."..
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. Bar Hi-Balls ,
'. IEF TIRE
40* .{ i. W* COMPANY

Free hot and cold | 120. MOTEL ROOMS COLOR TV { MONDAY.THRU SATURQAYu

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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING$ :

Publisher Movie Schedule
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JAXAIRNEWS =

NAS Jacksonville / CALL: 388-2755

= Ads Should be mailed to arrive not later than r. I, R
LATWINGER = Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
nHK.orlvlnttoolate. for thIs deadline will be
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE I the following week unless
the
.'. I publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or Friday,January 14 Tuesday,January 18
I I I : money rSLeV-r.fhe full cost of the ad must be NAS: "MCCABE AND MRS. NAS: 'THE TOUCH" Color

4747 San Juan Avenue i received the copy for the ad. MILLER"Color Outdoor Drama, Drama, Starring Elliott Gould,

i RATE Starring Warren Beatty and Julie Bibi Anderson and Max Von
Jacksonville :-minimum ch rgt(3 lines)
Florida Per additional line((4 words per line) uoos .50 Christie. "R" E (120 min) Sydow. "R" E (112 min)

HOSPITAL: "SEVERED HOSPITAL: "GRISSOM

HEAD" Color Drama, StarringLee GANG"

Remick Richard At-
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.. tenborough and Claire Bloom. VVednesdayJanual19

.. .EMPLOYMENTNAVY PRESCOTT,ARIZONA JUSTISS TRAILER PARK "R" G ((96 min) NAS: "ROMANCE OF A

Offers best climate In the state. 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean, modern HORSETHIEF" Color Comedy
Historic old ranch developed Into 2.
trailers and
apts. 3893077.
WIVES acre homesltes near Prescott Saturday,January 15 Drama, Starring Yul Brynnerand

Put your skills to work. Interesting National Forest. Two acres: $1995 TRAILER FOR RENT NAS: "OMEGA MAN" Color Eli Wallach. "GP" F (100
assignments for keypunches, typist low terms. For full details write Mrs. 2 BR, IVi Bath, AC, Fenced yard Science Fiction, Starring min)

secretary, dictaphone operator; A.L.North Young, Glenarm' Land Co., 2233 1110. 264-6829. Charleton Heston and Anthony HOSPITAL: "THE TOUCH"Tbursday.JanuaryZO
clerks bookkeepers.HIGH 7th St., Phoenix 85006.
PAY .NO FEE VA FINANCINGNo Zerbe. "GP" (98 min)

CALL NORRELL, WANTED. BR,2 B HOME money down on New Star Mobile HOSPITAL: "MCCABE AND
396-5371 Westside or Orange Park. Phone 388. Home. Ask for Ted or Bob. MRS. MILLER' NAS: "RAILWAY
7328. B A J Mobile Homes
WANTED-MALE 1738 Philips Hwy. Sunday January 16 CHILDREN" Color Comedy "Y

Manager for Fla. finest Mobile Home CASH 1988926TRANSPORTATION NAS: "NIGHT OF DARK Drama, Starring Dinah Sheridanand

Park. 500 spaces. Opening soon. We buy, sell and trade equities. SHADOWS" Color Horror Bernard Cribbins. "G" E
Beach Blvd. Eng. type desired. Top : (109 min)
Louise T. Bailey : ; Drama Starring David Selby
: ,
pay. Perm. position. NYSE Co. 771.3605 Broker HOSPITAL: "ROMANCE OF
Reply: 106 Willowlck Dr., Decatur, Kate Jackson and Lara Parker.
A HORSETHIEF"TICKETS
Ga. 30034. "GP" F ((98 min)
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION TORONADO
3 BR, Kit. equlpt., Ige. paneled den, 21-months old, less than 24,000 ml. 50 HOSPITAL: "OMEGA MAN"
MISCELLANEOUS fenced yd.,neat&clean. Conv.to NAS percent original, drive-away cost.
-& Cecil Field. FHA or VA terms. Exc. Shape. 7719452. Monday,January 17 ON SALE A?

S814, Moret Dr. E.LOUISE NAS: "GRISSOM GANG" SPECIAL SERVICES Bldg. 704:

ARECORDEDMESSAGEBYA T. BAILEY '67 CHEVROLETV8 Color Crime Drama, Starring Guy Lombard* January 14 .
Air
Power steering & brakes,
771.MOJ Brok.rORANGE
LEADING ANNOUNCERTells ond., One owner. Phone 3882770. Connie Stevens, Kim Darby and $2.50, $3.50 and $4.50BUTTERFLIES
how
you DISC you JOCKEYCall may become a PARK Scott Wilson. "R" VG (120 min) ARE FREE,

U5-2t44 anyhourVAAPPROVED Beautiful 3 BR,2 BA,WW Carpet,self 'SIMCA HOSPITAL: "NIGHT OF January 19- $2.50, $3.50 and$4.50
cleaning oven, nr. school. Call Diane
Vance, Assoc. 264.4367, Sat Sun. New Inspection. Good condition. $425. DARK SHADOWS"
For Veterans and servicemen "JACK VALENTINO" 7815167.

GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. R-E Inc., MLS Realtor 398.8111RENTALS )

1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. '71.21 FT.ORLANDO CLIPPER COUNTRY MUSICDANCE
135 HP-Mercury engine, 1971 Trailer
Pick up & Delivery Available.
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathing. :. w-electrlc winch,Includes refrlg,sink, JTHIS
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard marine toilet, Indoor-outdoor carpet, f'
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 ROOM FOR RENT skis, new life preservers, sleeps 4. FRIDAYONLY
Contact Cdr. JO. Tuttle, VA-81, Ext. .r"-\l;
Edgewood Crt. 389-0064. Run of the house. Kitchen privileges. 180. LADIES ADMITTED
5930 LaMoya Ave. Across from
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO K-Mart. Off Wesconnett. '69 CAMARO RALLY SPORT FREE DEERSPRINGS 4

Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape 307,4-sp.,new tires,battery. 786.5562.
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate BEING TRANSFERRED? $1750. BRING YOUR OWN ESTATES :
stock. Full warranty! Phone 7710409., LeA a retired Navy man who understands j i 920 NORTH-MAIN STREET t j
YOUR problems managethe 1966 VW BUG !
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA ...ATKEYSTONE
FOR SALE rental of your house until you Radio,extras, looks& runs good. $775or :
Edlebrock aluminum high riser, Holly return to Jax.Bartleson best offer. 264.7293. In the Carpenters Hall HEIGHTS j
785 dual seed carb. Duntov cam with O'Neill &Payne, Inc. Friday and Saturday Night MOBILE HOMESITES !
solid lifters. $100 or best offer. 772- 1147 So. Edgewood Ave.
1255. im CHRYSLER 11:00: P.M.-5OOA.M.:: Clyde W. Simpson & Co 4
388.9311ORANGE 4 dr., HT, PS, AC, Exc. cond. $850.
CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYS PARK Phone 264.6124. INFO:, 387.2726 REALTOR 356GUARANTEE -< *
2.1971 Singer Zig Zags Sewing
2 BR., Apts. furn. or unfurn., Dish CHEVY BEL-AIR
Cashor
(64
Machines-left unclaimed. ea.
Terms. Call 737-6502 night or day. washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth 6 cyl. auto. trans. good cond. 3882887.
AptS. 771.1405 or 771.3355.IS .
Ask for Claims Mgr. Call after 5 pm.

FISHING YOUR THING
Wllford's LIVE CRABS Fish Camp Small 3 BR house on Black Creek In 1966 FORD GALAXY 500 : .

264-9707 Mlddleberg near elem. sch. Elec. & P.S., P.B.,factory air, exc. cond.$575. 4 4
H2O furn. $110. Call 264.3340 after 6 Call 388.6924. 4
HEATINGCentral !

Furnaces Wall Furnaces, MOBILE HOMES 20'SAILBOAT'61, ii i
Space Heaters,Clean and repaired. CAL-20, sleeps 4, head, main and ii i
Tyler's Heating&Air Cond. working Jib 6 hp Johnson aux. pwr. i
We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspection. :
388-5161 Docked NAS Sail Club. $3,000. 772- Then tuned ,and
1971 PARKWOOD we up tightened replaced everything that needed it.
4711 Palmer Lake Shore 12x602 BR Spanish Style,387-2304 eve. 3313, 8 to 5.Martin. And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
POODLES AKC maor[ mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on in and 4
Wormed&shots,stud service, champ. double check. 4
background. 3843376.
*ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
FOR SALE TireCompany ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Bedroom Furn., Bassett
Mediterranean Men's Chest & Ladles 70 VW FASTBACK, Sharp! $2095

Dresser w-mlrror Bed. Head & Foot 69 VW FASTBACK, Air Cond., Auto
board. $275. 1969 Slmca3 door runabout
$895. 23,000 BTU Air Cond., trans. $1895

$200. 1 upright piano. $135. 387.3055.AKCGERMANSHEPHERDPUPS of Lake Shore 69 SQUAREBACK, Air Cond. $2095

1918 BLANDING BLVD. 71 "411" VW SEDAN 4-Door., Air Cond.,

Black & Silver. $50. Call 781-0807. R&H $3575 ;
Phone 387..u81C78x13
"GILDING" 68 KARMANN GHIA, Radioand
'3 yr. old. Black with white blaze.
Tennessee Walker & Arabian mix. "IA Heater $1575

Beau conformation One owner. 8846 L 70' VW SEDAN, Radioand Heater $1895 '

Bell Rose Ave.. SPEC 69 VW SEDAN, Radioand Heater $1550
ASEP
; ':REAL: ESTATE'WE U RC < 68 VW SEDAN, Radioand Heater $1495

ASH 1 ARE sBLEM 66 VW SEDAN, Air. Conditioned, Radio and

iS Heater Nice' I $1295
REPRESENT MANYof A E ; car
the Navy Personnel interested. 70' MAVERICK Auto trans., R&H, Low '
purchase of land for future use or mileage $1650'
profit. Also homes of value FHA or
VA financed. In all sections of city. 16.00 68. TORINO, Auto trans.: R&H $1495

Please Retired contact Tom Brooker Interested, US H78X14 22.00 67 OLDS 442, 2Dr., HT, Auto ,trans., Air,
Navy
your
protected. J78X14 24.00 Power windows $1595
WYNNE REALTY FLORIDA. H78-1S 22.00
r MOHHBHiBBlBBHBBMMi .
INC 24.00
?OOX1SL78X15
Realtors 26.00 ;
119-5514 771-2082 FET$1.92 to$3.19 WESTSTOEVOLKSWAGEN. '


WE BUY SELL EQUITIES dual stripe whitewall ,.. -
have
All
Call us for quick service. : :
Morrison Taylor,Inc. Complete Brake and Front End : INC. '

4543 Wesconnttt Blvd. ,. .. .. .... .?f
.
771-3502 737-JM4 and Wheel Balancing .. .... :.
Repairs ::1150 LANE: :AVE., .SOi.PHONE: 781>S5H .... ", -..- I
HIDDEN WATERS '
Black Creek" Canal or Lake lots Martin'sCharge "OPEN OAILVtTOet1. .SATUl ?"AVITO'S. : :
'
available. Excellent fishing, boating, IMKAM ICMI :
.SUNDAYTOPMJANUARY : : .. .
swimming.,. Mobile Home area. High: I '--'"
wooded lots. E.Z terms., One mile E.
Lake Asbury on No. 209 LaRue. 72$.
3992.
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I Jax Promotions 1 1t I II Policy On Traffic Tickets



Clarified ByAdm.ZumwaltJaxThe



the military driving records of
Navy's policy con- Naval personnel for off-base
Jax Two men at the cerning off-base, off-duty moving civilian traffic offenses.
traffic offenses has been clarifiedin
I Marine Aviation Training 4 This restatement of existing
recent NAVOP
a message
Support Group (MATSG) '' ?' from Adm.. Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr. policy by the CNO came after

k : have been promoted to ,'h ,F, Naval personnel will not several indicated retention that some study commandshad groups

their present rank. normally be punished either by established individual
court martial or nonjudicial
policies of imposing administrative -
punishment, nor will leave or restriction on
liberty normally be canceled for who had received off-
:S' \ civil traffic offenses,according to base personnel traffic citations.
the Chief of Naval Operations.
i ; They are Sgt. Maj. ,JMGySgt The only time a leave or libertycan

Brown Daniel Fraser, MATSG's Chief Brown be canceled because of a civil TrafficViolations
First Sergeant; and traffic offense may occur when

MGySgt. R.S. Brown, the .. { the person is in no condition to
AO Liaison Counselor. remain on leave or liberty, or
where the member will be jailedby
civil authorities if the Navy Jax-The following is a reportof
doesn't assume custody of the motor vehicle accidents and
i- traffic violations for the period of
,,' r person. Normally the person will .
December 22 January 2.
be to leave
permitted resume or
At NATTC, AVCM Number of Accidents
liberty as soon as his incapacityceases.
'
\ Donald J. Brown, an AE This period 4

"B" School supervisor; This policy does not, however, This period a year ago 3
rr and PN1 Claude Miller of preclude administrative Total accidents 1970 358
Total accidents 1970 318
t k' Personnel advanced separation processing in accordance -
were
.
with the provisions in Total number of days since last
in rate. the BuPers Manual in appropriate injury in a motor vehicle accident

r cases, nor does it 191
Sgt. Ma). Fraser FNl Miller preclude assessment of points on Number of days since an injury
last year at this time 100
Number of Violations
This period 58

I: ; JAX NEWS BRIEFS /Speeding Reckless driving 20 3

Going through stop sign 14
Other violations 21

Twenty-seven drivers appeared -
Hazardous Projectors New Toastmaster Nave aviators or Naval flight The type of ship, homeport and before the Traffic

Jax-Anyone who may have Cecil-Richard L. Vansandt is officers per year to be assigned to billet desired should be includedin Hearing Board on January 6.
bought or received a Bell and the 1972 President of Nomad cruisers or destroyers instead of the application. After January Disposition of the cases includedthe
Howell Slide Cube Projector for Toastmasters, who teach com- the normal carrier tour. 15 applications may be made by following i '
Christmas is being asked to munication and leadership.He Possible assignments for annotation on the remarks Fifteen lost driving and
check the serial number on the was installed at a recent lieutenant commanders would be section of the officer preferencecard. parking privileges aboard the

projector as it may be potentially meeting of the group at the NAS as navigators aboard cruisers station for various periods; nine
hazardous.Bell Cecil Field Officers' Club. and for lieutenants as assistant Homeport locations will adhereas were assigned to complete an
and Howell has given Serving with him are Donald Combat Information Center closely as possible to the eight-hour course in remedial
notice that all Model No. 975 and Weiermann, Education Vice officer aboard cruisers or desires of the individual officers driving; eight received

No. 981 Slide Cube Projectorswith President; Red Herring, Administrative navigator or assistant CIC officers selected., Officers so assignedwill suspensions; one was given
the serial number sequences Vice President; aboard DLGs. return without prejudice to a warning; four were dismissed;
beginning 1333000, 1334000, Hugh Powell, Secretary Volunteers scheduled for normal aviation career pattern fifteen were fined (U.S.
1335000 were shipped with Treasurer with Eric Sorensen rotation to sea duty in April or upon completion of a two year Magistrate); and none were
potentially hazardous line cordsat assisting him; and William May should submit message tour and minimum flight time referred to commanding officer
the plug end. McDougal as SergeantAtArms.Come applications to the Chief of Naval requirement waivers will be for possible disciplinary action.
All Navy Exchanges and Ship out next Wednesday at 7 Personnel prior to January 15. considered.

Stores have been advised to p.m. as our guests at the Cecil Capt.
Vaught
check any of these models they Field Officers' Club. .'
might have in stock for the serial --- -- ..t.
For information, call Don .. /
numbers located on the inside of Weiermann at 771-3211 Ext. Greets VP-49
or ...,, .
the lamp access door. 8316.
Anyone who might have one of TilE 6 i Jax--Copt. William

these projectors is asked to Aviators on Cruisers .. Vaught, Commander Fleet
return it for full credit to: Bell Air Wing Eleven has
fi and Howell Company., 2200 Jax-Volunteers are now being ,. IIOWSIRSWUCOMID extended a "Welcome

Brummel Place, Evanston, 111., sought for a program being ___ Aboard" to the Woodpeckers -
ll 60202. ATTN: Mr. J. Oster. established to permit up to fiveritiuF t+Nautical Chart Outrigger Nautical Wear of VP-49 who have
Paint Flsh Boxes Burgee Jacket jjZj
Hard ware >Skii Table Wear tvimuoi just come to NAS '
Repair Material Accessories Other Goodie Jacksonville from

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they apply for an absentee bal- Hawaii will be registered when preference when applying tor
NOTING72 lot. You may: use an FPCA to they apply for an absentee ballot registration. Iowa has a primary -
do this. Be sure td indicate your by FPCA. Be sure to Indi- election on June 6-make
political party preference when cate your political party prefer- plans now to take part in it.
TR ATrO'nr you are applying for registra- ence. Send the completed FPCAto a
tion. While Delaware does not the County Clerk, county of KANSAS
permit voting in Primary elections residence, in time to be on the
Members of th" Armed Forces
you should make plans books and able to vote in the
now to vote in the November 7 Primary election set for October and their spouses and dependents
NOTE TO EDITORS: This General: election. 7. who are legal residents of
ARKANSAS Kansas are not required to be
page of registration re- registered in order to vote. You
In Arkansas DISTRICT IDAHO
OF
COLUMBIA
registration
quirements from all the is
FPCA-send it to
not may use an ;
states and some territories on the required for absentee voting Members of the Armed Forces In Idaho, members of the the Secretary of State, Topeka, ,
. is for use in your paper Armed Forces part of members of the and their spouses and dependents Armed Forces and their spouses Kansas, 66612-to request an ',
and their spouses from the District of Colum- and dependents lbe\\ regis-
during the month of February and absentee ballot. Be sure to indicate :
dependents.
which has been des- You may use bia may register temporarily to tered when they apply for an your political party preference i
an FPCA
to .
apply for an absentee vote in the May 2d primary elec- absentee ballot. You may use when you apply. Kansas (
ignated "Armed "Forces ballot. He sure to indicate tion and the November 7 gen- an FPCA to do so. Be sure to has a primary election on '.Au"*
Registration Month. This your political party preference eral election. You may use an indicate your political party gust 1-make plans now to take .1:,
information will be supple- when applying. Make plans FPCA to register and to request preference when applying for part in it. "J'\\ ,
mented in overseas areas now to vote in the Arkansas an absentee ballot. Be sure to registration. Send the completed .:.f "
by radio and TV spots. We Primary election on June 27. indicate your political party FPCA to the county KENTUCKY '* ,
have included n two-column preference when applying for clerk, county of residence. Idaho
Members of the Armed Forces '
CALIFORNIAIn registration. The address to use has a primary election set for
and a one-column logo for California, members of the is D.C. Board of Elections, District August 8-make plans now to and their spouses and depend'c,:'
use with this material. ents who are legal residents of '. ,
vote In it.
Armed Forces and their spouses Building, Washington, D.C. Kentucky ;
may register by mail. (I
February 1972 has been desIg- and dependents may apply for 20004. Make plans now to regis- Request an "Application for ::..'
nated "Armed Forces Registration registration when applying for ter and vote. ILLINOISIn Registration" form from the ,

Month." Here is informa- an absentee ballot. Be sure to FLORIDAIn Illinois, members of the County Clerk, county of resi is :,
tion on the registration require- indicate your political party Armed Forces and their spouses dence. Be sure to indicate your \:.,,+
ments from all the states, some preference when you are apply- Florida, members of the and dependents may vote in political party preference when < .
U.S. Territories and the Districtof ing. You may use an FPCA to Armed Forces and their spouses Federal, State and county elec- applying. Complete and return t.: :
Columbia. If you have any apply to the County Clerk, and dependents may register by tion without being registered.To the form to be registered. You r;.,"
questions on how to register or county of residence. The Cali- mail by sending an FPCA to apply for an absentee ballot, may use an FPCA to request an i
vote by absentee process, see fornia Primary election is set the Supervisor of Registration, send a completed FPCA to the absentee ballot. Kentucky hasa
your unit voting counselor, Your for June 6 -make plans now to county of residence. Be sure to county clerk, county of rest.* primary election set for May 'F
vote counts in 1972 but only if take part in it. indicate your political party dence. Be sure to indicate your 23-make plans now to take part
you meet the deadline of your preference when you are applying political party preference. Illinois in it. I
State in registering. COLORADOIn for registration. Florida has a primary election set
Colorado, members of the has a primary election sched- for. March 21-make plans now LOUISIANAIn +
ALABAMA Armed Forces and their spouses uled for September 12-make to take part in it. Louisiana, members of the I
Members of the Armed Forces and dependents may apply for plans now to register and vote. Armed Forces and their spouses
and their spouses and children registration when they apply INDIANAIn and dependents who are legal I

may register' by mail in Ala- for an absentee ballot. Be sure GEORGIA Indiana, members of the residents may register by absentee } j
bama. Use the FPCA to requesta to indicate your political party Members of the Armed Forces" Armed Forces who are legal process. Be sure to indi- I
registration questionnairefrom preference. You "may use an and their spouses and depend residents may apply for regis cate your political party preference '
the Board of Registrars, FPCA to apply for the absentee ents who call Georgia home may tration and an absentee ballotat when applying. Send a Y
county of residence. Completethe ballot from the County Clerk, register and vote by mail. Make the same time. Send a com- completed FPCA to the' Regis- ,
questionnaire and when it is county of residence. Coloradohas application to register to the pleted FPCA to the County trar of Voters, parish of residence
accepted you will be registered. set September 12 as the date Board of Registrars, county oft Board of Elections, county of and the proper State form I
Be sure to indicate your politi- for its primary electionmakeplans residence. Be sure to indicate residence.. Be sure to indicate will be sent to you. Louisiana-1
cal party preference when you now to take part.CONNECTICUT. your political party preference your political party preference. has a primary election set for
are applying for registration. when you are applying for reg- Other persons may register by August 29-make plans now to
register and vote in it.
Register now so that you can istration. Do so now so that you requesting an "Absentee Regis-
vote in' Alabama's May 2 Pri- In Connecticut, ''members of can vote in the August 8 pri- tration" form from the Clerk of
mary election, the Armed Forces and their mary".election. in Georgia. the Circuit Court, county of resi- t

", 4"',", spouses,and dependents may ap- ;;".. dence. Indiana' has a primary
ALASKA"4In ply for registration .by mail GUAM election set' for May 2-make

Alaska, any qualified voter using the FPCA. Be sure to indicate Members of the Armed Forces plans now to take part in it. H i
who is absent from his voting your political party pref- who are legal residents of Guam i
precinct may register and'vote erence. Send the FPCA to the may register by completing the IOWAIn
by absentee process. Send an Town Clerk, place of residence, affidavit on the back of the ab-
FPCA to the Lt. Governor, and request an "Application for sentee ballot return envelope. Be Iowa members of the
Pouch AA, Juneau, Alaska, Absentee Admission as an Elec- sure to indicate your political Armed Forces and their spouses (Continued Next Week)
' and will be
99801 to start your registration tor" form. Register now so that party preference when y" are dependents registered .,.
process. Your application you can take an active, part in applying for registration. Sendan to vote (if required) \ F
when the affidavit the back
)must be postmarked at least 30 your State's future. Keep in FPCA to the Election Com- on
days before an election in which touch with friends at home to mission as early as July 2 to of the absentee ballot envelopeis HONDA '{ I
you wish to vote. Be sure to find out when the party primaries vote in Guam's primary election accepted. You may use an :'"'t
FPCA to absentee
indicate your political party will be held.DELAWARE. which is set for September 2. ballot from request the County an Auditor, MOTORS ft CYCLES CO.. :

preference when you are applying HAWAII county. of residence. Be sure to 4949 BLANDING BLVD. ':,:5'; '
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good time to register to vote in In Delaware, members of the Members of the Armed Forces ,'
the August 22 Primary of Alas- Armed Forces and their spouses and their spouses and depend- .' "
ka. may apply for registration when ents who are legal residents ofDon't 'j
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ARIZONAIn .
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Arizona, members of the
Armed Forces only may apply Its tV h to do your best
for registration when they apply ', riwhenyou're
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Friday.January 14 Tburaday.JanuaryZO
Clam Chowder, Stuffed Pep- Braised Shortribs with Cabbage
pers with Creole Sauce, Country Fried Chicken, Swiss x1 (
Steaks with Yellow Rice, Trout Steaks with Mushroom Sauce, 7 t yM
Almondine,7oz.Chopped Sirloin, oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish, Lima
Fish, String Beans, Stewed Beans, Spinach, Corn, String
Tomatoes, Macaroni and Cheese, Beans, Stuffed Eggs, Pecan Pie,
Tuna Salad, Deluxe Cole Slaw, Strawberry Shortcake, ApplePie
a Lemon Merinque, Apple Pie, Pudding.
1t Strawberry Shortcake, Pudding.

Monday,January 17 Course For h
Baked Meat Loaf with Creole
Sauce Broiled Liver and Onions,
Chili Con Carne with Rice, 7 oz. Wives At
Chopped Sirloin, Fish, Rice and
Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, French Navy ReliefJaxThe
Fries, Turnip Greens, BlackeyedPeas
NARF INSPECTOR Meeting before the Naval Air Rework Corn, Salads, Fruit Cup,
Facility's trienniel command inspection are Capt. Andrew Yates, Cottage Cheese and Fruit, Jello, Navy Relief Society'sannual
NARF commanding officer; and Capt. William G. Milner, who is Potato Salad, Beets and Onions, course for volunteer LORENE FAIRCLOTH,
heading the inspecting team from Naval Air Systems Command Chocolate Cream Pie,Apple Pie, wives is scheduled from employed at the NATTC Personnel -
Representative Atlantic. Capt. Milner, along with other specialists, Yellow Cake and Pudding February through March 8. Office, retired last month
will look into all facets of the facility's administrative and operationalset TUesday,January 18 Classes will be held Mondays, after 15 and a half years of service
up. Roast Beef Round with New Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 at the center. She was a
r Potatoes, Chicken Stew, Veal a.m. to noon in Building 501, typist for the office's transfer
We Offer the Largest Selection of Cutlets, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, NATTC NAS Jacksonville. Free section. Mrs. Faircloth will be
nursery care will be provided by
Beans
Fish, Pinto Beans, String retiring In the area.Briefing .
24' WIDE Mobile Homes in N. Florida! Peas, Waldorf Salad, Carrot and Navy Relief at the Air Station
while classes are in
Raisin Salad Egg Custard,Apple Nursery
We also represent 27 Manufactuers of 12'wide models.We Pie, Devil Food Cake, Pudding. session. Attendance in the course Team
19 will not only enable volunteer
Trade for Anything Wednesday January
From Billie Goats Most All Models and Country Steaks with Rice, wives to participate in the workof
Floor Plans IN STOCK I the Society, but will provide
to Battleships! Spaghetti and Meat Balls, Pork Comes To Jax
See US TODAY and Veal Chop Suey with Rice, 7 valuable general background
Chopped Sirloin, Fish, Green information regarding the Navy.,
oz.
For complete selection I IJ Jax-A briefing team that has
Beans, Mustard Greens,. Beets, All officers are requested to
{J VA Bank Savings and Loan been established for the express
I Cucumber Mix, Kidney Bean inform their wives about the
of advising career
d Long TermFinancing Salad, Pineapple Cream Pie, course. Those wives desiring to purpose
f and plannerson
counselors career
(
RI a Apple Pie, Coconut Layer Cake take advantage of this course are the various aspects of the
I and Pudding. requested to call the Navy Relief Naval Academy Preparatory
Society Office, at 772-3515 or 389-
Naval Academy
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS 5308, not later than February 15. School -
Program will be at Room 240 in
toMIUTARYand CIVtl SERVICE Personnel the Hangar 1000 on January 27 at 3
Seventy per cent of people -
ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES in the United States live in p.m.This.
FRA Branch 91 team was
two per cent of the total land briefing
BACK AT 6253 ROOSEVELT BLVD., OUR ORIGINAL LOCATION area of the country.ORANGE. established because of the
Has BirthdayJax decline in the last few years in the
number of regular Navy and
Marine Corps Enlisted personnelthat
I j ,Members ot .
r ;have applied for admissionto
FRA Branch' 91 at the Naval 'Academy

.'!;:' 5391 Collins Rd. are Preparatory School for further
:: _. :- :' invited to attend theBranch's education in preparing for (ad}
mission into the Naval Academy t

.. ''.: birthday
"'" WLbwcGI party January 22 at

the club house.

The party is a semi- a
Dv formal affair. Included Sv

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dinner and dancing. A

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Jax Fliers Split Pair




I In Basketball ActionHIGH t ,



Jax-The Jax Navy Basketball
team split a pair of games with
the Mayport team last weekend In
the Fliers'first two
,, games of the
\ season.In .
,J the first
game played on
Friday night the Fliers had a .
very cold-shooting first half and
fell behind Mayport 40-29 at the ? -
half.

1 : It was a different story In the ,,
rr second half, however, as Jax
: came from behind to take a 64-62
lead with less than six minutesleft
: \ *'" r in the game. The game was
tied several times after that and
the lead switched hands a couple HALTI A Mayport defender (13)) tries to stop Mark Warner from
: of times In the last five minutesbut getting his shot off, but to no avail as Warner's shot went in during
i the game belonged to the second half action in the Fliers Friday night victory.NEW .

x 1 .Fliers as_ they won 76-72.
___ r M Otis McGee led the scoring 4.
attack for the Fliers with 22
points. Horace Hooper and

Tommy McGee's Densford performance backed with up 17 in JAX!

dn1 and 12 points respectively.

Hooper scored IS of his 17 pointsin Now you can display .-
the second half and Densford
N+k scored nine of his 12 in the second
YOUR MEDALSwith 4
half. Mark Warner was also in
double figures for the Fliers with "
14 points. the honor they deserve!
Schiff and Allen led Mayport
with 21 points apiece while Best
had 14 points.In Bring ut your mwtete. and
the second wo will mount them for you.
'1R game, played on r r4t+ If you m entlllecl to modolt,
wa. Saturday afternoon, the Fliers you don't hov*.como and..*
again fell behind at the half, but *}''i' a M..wo will pot thtm for yau..
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\ 1.- In full Hit' or 'In mlnlatoro.Wo
FLIER Horace Hooper ((23)) leaps high over a Mayport failed to muster the attack they +q ? c will mount them 'In
defender for two of his 15 second half points in the'Fliers'76.72 victoryover used to win with on Friday and 'Fx : r nwMfconw wlwt lined that ttedowbOMMlntuchowty
w c they
Mayport. the Fliers fell 83-67.: un bo Mtlly romovod for
Otis McGee led the Fliers in r ...,and ropUcod& to dliploy
the and
( with dignity
horn
their l losing effort with 17 points -- ? pride they...,.,.,
while Mark Warner had 10 points.
VOLKSWAGEN I Mayport's balanced attack was
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led by Best and Brown who had 20 04Jt1
INSURANCENOW : points apiece followed by Reed 'l9S

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I : Jax Sports BriefsMILITARY Navy-Marine Bowling



GOLF NAS GYM HOURS Scores &\_!
CHAMPIONSHIPJaxThe Jax-The NAS Gym, located in -. j1v
Bldg. 3, will now be open every
1972 NAS Jax Military Saturday and Sunday from noon L
Golf Championship will be held to 5 p.m. starting this weekend.
January 26 through February 23. GOOD AND BADARDSLEYS 53 15
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1972. Contestants will be flighteciby INTRAMURAL GOLF 47 21
handicap in flights of 16 and MEETINGJaxAn US 45 23
match play, scratch will govern organizationalmeeting AOB No.2 34% 33% .
play. Entrance fees are$1.00 per for Intramural l Golf was SPOTS 34 34 n 1 x ss
individual. Prizes will be SANDBAGGERS 29384
held yesterday and any unit or
awarde4 to winners and runner command that didn't have a TIlE METS 27% 40% "
ups in each flight Eligible representative the meeting but NAV-MARS 24% 43%
contestants are all active duty is still interested in joining the AOB No.l 23 45 :
military personnel stationed GUNS 22 46
league is asked to contact the
within the confines of NAS Jax. athletic office as soon as possible. .:. i.. ,
Eligible personnel must sign up 4
prior to January 23 at the Golf
Course Club House. Further nit-prk-srx
information may be obtained at
the Golf Course Club House. _
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WEIGIITLIFTING MEET MEMBERS of the Jacksonville Ladies Golf Association sign up for r
;.. Jax-The 1972 Atlantic Fleet the winter golfing season at the NAS Golf Course. The ladies club,
Forces Afloat Weightlifting Meet headed by Penny Bennett,will play each Tuesday from 8:30: to 10:30:
will be held at Camp Lejeune, a.m. Prospective members dependents or WAVES are welcome to j
N.C.on February 12. It will be a loin the club for 18-hole and 9-hole teams. The membership fee is $10.
Power Meet with Bench Press, For Information, call Mrs. Bennett at 389-1524 or Mrs. Munsie at 737.
Squat and Deadlift events. Any 6102. i 6
personnel who are qualified and it t
wish to enter are asked to contactthe 1 I
athletic office at Ext. 3239.


NAS CIVILIAN GOLF t
NEWEST CONCEPT
FOOLING AROUND with fire. f
ASSOCIATIONJaxThe works is dangerous business un.' ratloe..aoao.--- IN APARTMENT LIVING r
NAS Civilian Golf der any conditions, and pratt! I I PHONE 3M853S II
Association will hold its first 1972 cal jokers add that much more I 1, 2.3 BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS. I
tournament at the Park risk. Use extreme caution this
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Golf Course January 15 and 16. July 4 if you plan to shoot the central heat & air cond Private
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works. For a quieter diversion, ( Arms
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patios sundecks swimming
Prizes will be awarded for first, find the six differences in these' I- pool ?
second and third place finishers. two cartoons. I S and party room
The entrance fee will be$1.50 per 12.9.1:51 King St. 264-8102
player. ANSWERS I Jacksonville Florida 32204 I
1) Right hand of sailor behind 1800
The NAS Civilian Golf I KINGSLEY AVE.
tree is missing a finger 2) Rot : WANTEDUSEDCAMERASAND
Association is open to all civilians torn line of Joker's jumper is DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding
attached to NAS who have low, missing.: 3) Ring around the I. I. Blvd. & Orange Park, Minutes' .
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high or no established handicaps.For knot in tree trunk is missing 4) EQUIPMENT. PAY away via new 1-295 .
more information about Top line of siding on house is TOP DOLLAR.388.8S3S I ,
the tournament or the missing 5) Foot missing off (BRING THIS Ab VV/TH.YOUI III =t7
association, call Ralph Norton at sailor ing off on top right of match 6) Circle box.miss. ._----'!! ------..
387-4824 after 4 p.m.

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