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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: November 9, 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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VOL. 30 NO. 34 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida NOVEMBER 9, 1972
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. New Crows OK'd For Take Off,



Some Still In Pre-Flight StageJax Happy Birthday


Forty-seven NAS personnel are putting on, their first "crow", 58 are ..
adding another chevron, and eight are trading in their white hats for chief's hatsas Marine
a result of February's advancements tests. Corps

From the ADMIN Department, AC3 John Shaffrey.Air Selectees at AIMD Include:
PN2 Merlyn Jones and PN3 Ops selectees include: AZ2 Peggy Dombrowski, AZAN
Nolan Nerren advanced to their ADR1 Richard Carroll, AC3' Elizabeth King AX2 James
present rank Nov. Ii; JOSN James Francis, ABHAN Mario Rewis, AMS2 Harold Segar, AX3 n
ti.' Richard Beck and PNSN Jeffrey Garrigaca,AC3 Steven Long,AN Morris Van Heusen, ASM3 John
Eckholm will move up a rank David Martin and AMS3 Michael Wilkens and AX2 William
Dec. 1 and PN3 Evelyn Foucher Morton. Walton.At .
will tack on her new crow Jan. Ii; At COMMUNICATIONS, ETR2 WEAPONS, A02 Phillip 0a
I PN2 Dale Akers and PN2 James Anderson was advancedto Calbert was advanced to his
Rosauro Macaraeg were his. present rank Nov.. ATR3 present rank Nov. Ii; AN Jesse
it designated Selectees. Dennis Jangiel, RMSN Judith Stern and AN Joel Mueller will
f' At SUPPLY, AK2 Ely Kephart and ETR3 Charles become petty officers Dec. 1;
.l J. Barachina was advanced Nov. 1I Spaulding' will move up a rank Selectees were TMT2 James
and AK3 Robert Pangilinan will Dec. RMSN David Amy RMSN Strickland and a future chief,
add another chevron Jan. 1. Harold Roark and RMSN Larry TMT Valentine Okar.
"; Selectees at Supply include: Roark will tack on their new Moving up through the ranks at
AKAN Lee Beards, CS1 Ellis crows Jan. 1, DENTAL are DT3 Robert Scar-
Crooms, BM3 Alan Farrar, CS1 Selectees at Communications borough, who was advanced to
R. Herrin, SD3 Reynaldo include: RMSN Fred Deig, ETR3 his present rank Nov1; DN
Raquipiso, AKAN Nancy Leonard Crowder, ETR3 Derek Michael Gibson will put on his
Richard,SD2 Armando Silva and Duane, RM2 Lynn Owen, ETR2 crow Jan. 1.
AKAN Kathleen Wicker.' Johnny Solomon, RM3 Jeffrey Dental selectees, include: DN
Advanced Nov. 1 at NARF Waters and ETN3 Robert Weiss. Kenneth Engquist, DTG3 Fletch
were: AMH2 Clarence Moore, .Scheduled for advancement at Skipper and DN Kenneth Watts.
AMS2 Thomas Trout and AME2 the NAVY FINANCE OFFICEare Three men from CBU-410 will
John Wallace., ADJAN Mark DK3 Glenn Clingenpeel, move up a rank in the next two N
Lakin will move up a rank Dec. 1. who'll add a chevron Dec. 1, and months. BUCN Jimmy Harvey 1r
Five AIR OPERATIONS selectees DK3 M. Bishop, DKSN will become a petty officer Dec.
personnel advanced Nov. 1, they ::. Hulbert, DKSN Denise Jer- 1. CM3 Alvin Keuhn and CMCN is ,
were Jessie Beadle, AMH3 John nigan and DKSN Larry Miller. Timothy Sperry will advance r
Colgan,AC3 William Guynn, AC3 AIMD personnel ,advanced Jan. 1.Advancing.
Richard Hart and AMS3 Robert Nov. 1 include: AX2 Edward at the DISPEN
Kurneta. Barr, AE2 Ronald Dyre, AE2 SARY will be HN Stephen
Also, AC2 Patrick Moran, AC3 John Duncan and AE3 Robert Douglas, who'll put on his crow
Deborah Noble, AC3 Scott Ellis., Jan. 1, and three selectees:'HM1 uTHE
Palmer, AC2 Mark Papke, AC3 Slated for advancement Dee 1 Langford, 11M3 Larry Nix and
Robert Parish,AC3 Dale Tucker, are: AZAN Melanie Hook, AZAN HM3 J. Vitelli.STRAGGLERS.
AMS3 John Westfall, AC2 Presto Beverly Krywalski and ASM3 include: ASM2 SCENE WAS THE SAME from the War of 1812 to Viet. ,
Williams and AZ2 Joseph Wilson, Warren Walter. Timothy Flynn,advanced Nov. 1; nam-United States Marines in the thick of the battle. The
AT3 P. Swierblewskl and PRAN HT3 Bertram Toth, SN Pamela "Corps" celebrates its 197th Birthday this week. Turn to Page
Francisco Toledo will advance The following will advance Jan. Winker and YNSN Marcus for more on the celebration.Brace : -
Dec. 1.Scheduled. 1: ASMAN Paul Holtan, ASM3 Langdon will move up Jan. 1.
to move up the rank Michael Kammann,AE3 William Selectees are: AS1 Alfred
ladder Jan. 1 are: AMSAN Mottel, ASEAN Michael Nelson, Anderson, ASE2 L. Arenas, AS1
Kenneth Campbell, ATAN ASE3 Frederick Roewe, ATAN James Coker, AKAN 'Karen
William Carney AC3 Edmon Glenn Thompson and ASHAN Carson, MM1 Thomas Sheridanand YourselfFor
Pierce, AN Dewey Pounds and Edward Villhauer. PN3 Robert Surface.


.. New Bus Station Dedicated This One !

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Jax You've heard of "fly BOYS".
Y Well, the "FlyLADIES" are one the way!
The Navy is starting a trial program to train womenas
Naval aviators in order to ensure "equal opportunityfor
and increased utilization of Navy women in pursuitof

our One-Navy concept"
Although limited by l law in the assignment of women

r I to combat missions, there are many assignments for
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i Applicants are being sought from active duty women
n officers and officer candidates. Applications should be

itJ : tr.r submitted by message to CHNAVPERS, citing NAVOP
/ MSG 0218572 Nov 72 as authority and flight physical
: results and AQT-FAR scores must follow as soon as

possible.
I. Jax -NAS Jacksonville's new $70,000 air-conditioned bus station was dedicated last Thursday at Eight candidates will be selected by the end of
ceremonies attended by Jacksonville Mayor Hans Tanzler, Mr. Bill Fowler, from the Florida calender year 1972. r
w Department of Transportation, RAdm.Lawrence R. Geis, COMFAIRJAX,and other City,State and After these women have completed approximately 18

Navy officials. months of training and served for about six months in
In the photo at left above,Fowler (Left),Mayor Tanzler and RAdm.Geis share the ribboncuttingduties
to officially open the facility. flying billets, the program will be evaluated and a final
The bus station, shown at right above, was originally conceived as a community project. The decision made on numbers to enter the program on a
cooperative efforts of the Chamber of Commerce Department of Transportation. and the City of continuing basis. ,'
Jacksonville were responsible for.funding, design and construction. .1 .

Ir- of the Navy. Opinions contained here are not official' expressions t tf
..."Published by the Holt Publishing Company which is in no way connected with the Department .,
'1. of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised.
F L of the Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department t

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11 a.rn to Midnight SUNDAY ))1 a.m. to 1 a.m. FRIDAYS
SUNDAY.THURSDAY
FRIDAY 11a.m..l lp.m.
6p.m..10p.m.
11 l a.m. to Midnight SUNDAY
11a.m.t02a.m. TUESDAY.THURSDAY Noon to Midnight SATURDAYS
SATURDAY FRIDAY a SATURDAY lla.m..ltp.m. 6p.m. 11t30 p.m,
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SUNDAY 1 11 arm to Midnight'
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Sunday, Nov. 12 of Ham or Pork Sausage, Baked SANDWICH LINES i Grilled Ham.
BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice, Beans, Southern Style Corn Bread, burgers or Cheeseburgers, French
; Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order, Pastry Bar.DINNER Fried Potatoes, Sliced Tomatoes,
. Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Grilled : Minestrone Soup, Grilled Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles,
tl!!::? : ..II"I'i" Minute Steaks, Ham, Baked Beans, Texas Steaks, Mushroom Gravy, Mustard, Catsup, Salad Dressing,

Pastry Bar.BRUNCH Baked Potatoes, Buttered Cream Dessert Bar.SUPPER .
... : at 10 a.m. Vegetable Style Corn, Sauteed Mushrooms and : Mexican Pork Chops,
Soup, Barbecued Beef Cubes, French Onions, Seasoned Green Beans, Salad Natural Gravy, Steamed Rice, Applesauce -
Friday, Nov. 10 Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Raspberry Jello. Buttered Spinach, Seasoned
BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato French Fried Potatoes, Buttered Bar, Cherry Pie, Sugar Cookies. SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar,
Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Cream Style Corn, Fried Onion Rings, SUPPER Chicken Fricascee, Hamburger Buns, French Fried Chocolate Krlnkles, Pineapple Pie..
Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choiceof Salad Bar, Chocolate Krinkle Cookies, Snowflaked Potatoes, Baking Powder Potatoes, Salad Bar, Relish Tray, ,
Ham or Pork Sausage, Ham Pineapple Pudding. ,Biscuits, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered Dessert Bar.SUPPERS .
Omelet, Pastry Bar. Saturday.Nov.il Squash, Seasoned Green Beans, Salad Braised Liver Onions
DINNER: Manhattan Clam BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Bar, Cherry Pie, Sugar Cookies. or Swedish Meat Balls, Brown Gravy,
Chowder, Fried Fish Sticks and Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Monday, Nov. 13 Buttered Egg Noodles, Buttered DOd a[
Oysters, Baked Beef Noodles, Order, French Toast Syrup, Choiceof BREAKFAST 'Chilled Grapefruit Squash, Seasoned Green Peas, Salad
Tartar Sauce, Parsley Buttered Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Hash Juice, Buttered Hominy Grits, Fried Bar, Yellow Cake,Raspberry Jello.
Potatoes, Buttered Broccoli, Buttered Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Eggs to Order, French Toast Syrup, Thursday,Nov.U 11tJ
Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Lemon BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Chicken Rice Choice of Thick Pork Chops or Ham, BREAKFAST Chilled Orange $
Layer Cake, Pineapple Pudding. Soup, Chili Con Carne' or Grilled' Hashed Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to
SANDWICH LINE Submarine Frankfurters, Steamed, Rice, Salad Cakes Choiceof NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
: DINNER: Chicken Noodle Soup, Order Griddle w-Syrup
Sandwiches, Potato Chips, Sliced Ban Pumpkin Pie, Raspberry Jello. Roast Pork Loin, Brown Gravy, Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Minced
Tomato, Onions, Lettuce Leaves, SUPPER Oven Roast Veal or Deep
Grilled Potato Cakes, Applesauce, Beef on Toast, Pastry Bar.
Catsup, Mustard, Salad Dressing, Fried Perch, Gravy, Tartar Sauce, Creamed Peas & Carrots, Simmered DINNER Tomato Rice Soup,, Hot Sunday
Dessert Bar.SUPPER Fried Rice, Simmered Pinto Beans, Sauerkraut, Salad Bar, Strawberry Turkey Sandwiches or Baked Hamburger
Minestrone Soup, Grilled Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Salad Bar, 'Snowflaked Divine Worship 8:30: a.m.
: Cream Pie, Easy Chocolate Cake, and Noddles ;
Texas Steaks, Mushroom Gravy, Yellow. Cake. Raspberry Jello.. SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham Potatoes, Bread dressing,;Simmered' at All Saints Chapel
Church School 9:30
: a.m.
r I burgers, or Cheeseburgers, Potato Pinto Beans,< \Jittered Broccoli' I
Divine 11 tAll
Chips, Sliced Tomatoes, Onions, Spears, Salad'Bar, } I pineapple, pie, Saints Worship Chapel. a.m.. .
Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles, Creamy Rice Pudding.
a AX AIR :NEWSThe Mustard, Catsup, Salad Dressing, Junior Youth Fellowship
12:30: p.m. Senior Youth
Dessert.
Fellowship 1:30:
SUPPER Chili Macaroni or Fried p.m.
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Fish Sticks, Franconla Potatoes, Evening Worship 7:30

distributed each,Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Tartar Sauce, .Buttered Broccoli Why don) you*wear seat' belt?' p.m. at the Small Chapel.

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Spears, Buttered Corn Kernels, Salad ( \h i.1 .... Tuesday i!
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX,AIR NEWS Cake.Bar, Bread Pudding, Easy Chocolate .d, Senior Choir Rehearsal 1

must be forwarded to 'the' Public Affairs Office Box 2. NAS Tuesday, Nov. 14 p.m. at Bldg 750 and

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple I p.m.Christian at the Science Small Service Chapel.8
items are welcomedfrom all sources. Telephone 772.3118 Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to
or 3119. Order,Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choiceof NAVAL HOSPITAL
Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Pastry Divine Worship 10 a.m. at
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Bar. St. Lukes.
DINNER Puree of Bean Soup,
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to NATTCProtestant
Yankee Pot Roast of Beef or Simmered
race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser Corn Beef, Natural Gravy, Oven Worship
user, or patron. A confirmed violaticn or rejection of this Browned Potatoes, Seasoned Cabbage Service Building, 500.10:30: a.m. In

policy of equal l opportunities by an advertiser will result in the Buttered Lima Beans, Salad
Bar, Raisin Nut Cake.Vanilla Pudding.
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refusal'to print advertising from that source. SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham and CATHOLICSaturday

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Cheese Sandwiches, Potato Chips, Mass 5 p.m. at
Salad Bar, Relish Tray, Dessert Bar. St.
concerning such should be directed to; SUPPER Chicken Pot Pie or Edward's Chapel.
Sunday Mass 8 a.m. and 11
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Barbecued Ham Steaks, Whipped aIi a.m. Daily Mass-Monday,
Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned Tuesday, Thursday and
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla, 32210 Brussel Sprouts, Boiled BlackeyedPeas Friday.11:30 a.m. Wed.
Salad Bar, Oatmeal Cookies, nesday Mass 11:30: a.m. at
Telephone 388.2755 Raisin Nut Cake. the Naval Hospital Chapel.

Wednesday, Nov. IS Saturday Confessions 4:15:
|L VOL. 30 NO. 34 NOVEMBER 9, 1972J BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato and 5 p.m.PAGE .
Juice, Cooked Farina, Fried Eggs to God wanted me lo wear a trot b.ll.h.'
Order, French Toast w-Syrup, Choice would hove giv.n mt on.,



NOVEMBER 9, 1972 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 3


Mrs. Robinson Selected

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Top NAS Jax CivilianJax Wouldn't Know.HAVERTY'S.


Mrs. Mary Frances Robinson, Card Punch Supervisor in Data

Processing's Keypunch Section, has been named NAS Jax's Civilian Employeeof

the Month.In .

recommending her for the dedicated worker, promoting a w
honor, Cdr. C. E Harlow, Data spirit of teamwork within the
Processing Officer, said, "Mrs. department and her attitude
Robinson is very tactful and promotes harmony with all those
diplomatic in her dealings with with whom she comes in con-
department and customer per tact." I ?
sonnel anti displays a high degree In June, Mrs. Robinson -
of judgement and initiative. achieved an efficiency rating of -,
"She has an outstanding more than 100 percent while
quality of adapting herself to punching 19,900 cards during the
different and unusual circumstances month. Cdr. Harlow emphasized r ,,, Since166SYES.
not involved in the that this accomplishment was iV.(4,(.'/
normal requirements of her achieved without sacrifice in i tr
position. She is a willing and accuracy nor did it detract from +-.,..,..,i, ( )
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"There's No Place Like Home
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tact and adaptability have been military discountLaura
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V' mental personnel as well as at Duval
.;:2:1J J fJ customer personnel.", .Cdr.
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1'Iy Mrs Robinson's main duties
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keypunch operations on the first

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P m Her work extends to over 300 n Y I t't.
projects and embraces such '. C 4+ ..'1
.; fields as 3M,civilian and military
t .rJ: payroll and labor,bond additionsand
changes, financial reports,
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CFC HELPING HAND-Mr. Jim Gibson, Lockheed representative, such customer departmentsas
presents a check to LCdr. L. E. Brugh, FAW-11 Staff Combined Resources Management,
Federal Campaign chairman as Capt. W. J. Vaught, (Right) Com Civilian Personnel, Public
The check FAW- Works, Navy Finance Office and
mander, FAW-11 expresses his appreciation. gave
1 Vs stall a final! total of 250 percent 9!its CFC goal. ... NARF. .





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Reenlistment ceremonies were held Halloween night for AQ2 Daniel
I Murray. CDR A. A. Less, Commanding Officer of VA-12, reenlisted
Petty Officer Murray for SIX years. Unlike most reenlistments, the
ceremony was held at night in the presence of the dead fa a -

Walter Carter was advanced to Chief Electronic Technician last graveyard. _
month with the ceremony conducted by CAPTAIN MARSHALL. r
Carter has 13 years of active duty in the Navy and reported aboard
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HUGH who was advanced from CW02 to his present grade. A proud 1 |lust short of the 20 year mark. Nickless has served 17 years In the
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lax Traffic ViolationsJax I



'Jax MSgt. Robert D. Pum- The following is a reportof Other Violations 35

phrey, an AE Phase 6 instructor, motor vehicle accidents and Twenty-nine driv rs appeared
has retired after serving nearly traffic violations for the period of before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
20 years of active duty. Oct 2329. Nov.2.Disposition of the cases
lie came to MATSG in 1970 4 aI Number of Accidents included the following:
after serving tours at Parris This period 4
Island and Beaufort, S. C. This period a year ago 7 Seven lost driving and parking
The 36-year old native of Total accidents this year 329 privileges aboard the station for

Roanoke, W. VA. plans to live in ........ Total .accidents- through this various periods; Five were
Sumter,S.C. with his wife, Mary, ...... period last year 283 assigned to complete an eight-
and their three sons, Paul, .-- Total number of days since last hour course in remedial driving;
Douglas and John: injury in a motor vehicle.accident Eight received a suspension;
128 Fourteen were given warnings;
IstSgt James Stubblefield was, ........-:;' i ...-..i Number of days since an injury One was dismissed; Nine were
promoted to his present rank in a last year at this time 4 fined (l)!S. Magistrate); and
ceremony conducted by LtCol.! Number of Violations Eleven were referred to Commanding
AIRMAN OF THE QUARTER-A1C: Carson E. Adams (Right) is
David A. Teichmann MATSG This period 56 officers for possible
congratulated Ma K.P. Radar
by | Tevebaugh 679th Squadron CO, Speeding 15 disciplinary action.Twentyfive .
CO.He after being selected the squadron's "Airman of the Quarter. The
assumes duties the AO Reckless driving 0 drivers were
as Honor is based on job performance, military bearing both on and off
Marine First Sergeant, while Going through stop sign 6 assessed 66 traffic points.
duty,and his knowledge of military sublects and current events.
being relieved as AO Troop-

handler. USO Schedules
SEE THE NEW
GySgt. Gerald A. Stens was

awarded a Meritorious Mast by Active MonthJax ROLLING HILLS G16 TODAYI
LtCol.! Teichmann for his effortsas

Combined Federal CampaIgn' s qvs, .
keyman for AE"A" School and -The Jacksonville Beaches USO, located at 306 N. -' .N' kw
his role in the preparation of the 1st Street, has scheduled a wide variety of activities for I'r

MATSG slide presentation for area military men and women during this month.
the Greater Jacksonville
Fair. Mr. Thomas Batson, Program' to the Marine Toys for Tots 'Vf
His regular duties are Aviation Director for the Beaches USO program for Christmas. The
Electrician instructor and announced the following scheduleof ticket to the dance is a toy.
Program Writer for AE School. ; 'RCtrilti _
activities c:
: Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23,
The Marine Corps Birthday will feature a "Dinner and
Cpl. Joseph A. Marsaglia has Dance will be held tomorrow. The Dance" from 5-7 p.m: Turkey, L w. '
been promoted to his present junior volunteers will be the hosts ham and the "fixins" will be
rank meritoriously. and light refreshments will be served. USO junior volunteerswill
Working with MATSG's per- available.A be hosts for an after-dinner
manent personnel Diary, he "Hat Dance"is scheduled for dance, and also salute the many
recently attained a 100 percent Saturday. Everyone is to make a servicemen who have paid the /- 7724 LENOX AVE.
rating on the Action Statement hat and wear it to the club. A supreme sacrifice. a PHONE 781-1740
Exception Rating (ASER) and prize will be given to the person The USO's "Girl of the Month"will f
consistently maintains high wearing the "Most Weird"hat. be recognized Saturday,Nov. PATIO
ratings on the Statistical Analysis The "Ladies Night Dance" will 25. The outstanding USO junior

Transition Report. be held Friday, Nov. ;17. The volunteer will be chosen for her R DR II /R I

junior volunteers will choose hours of service, spirit and practical
DrugTesting their partners, but everyone will work for the USO. 1 + 11rAM.

dance. She will be crowned by last AM. (, c,
Nov. 18 is the day for the "Toys month's girl and receive a cor- 1 !
for Tots Dance". Everyone sage. The regular dance will +
should (used ) follow. MODEL CU y
bring a toy or new $5 3 .2
and place it in the big USO toy All of the above dances are You'll love the gracious front GARAGE
barrel which will be turned from
over 8-11 p.m.
ImprovedJax _______ J J-1 porch, spacious entrance foyer
and the huge family room In this
model. The dining area and I
Random insertion of 600 TIII: living room overlook the patio
quality control specimens among and the rear- garden through $25,500 to
the thousands received each sliding glass doors. Two car $32,000X&xwwtff&ti
week in the DoD urinalysis GIFTS garage, tool
testing program has insured the SIOWSIISWIICOMIO .
maintenance of top quality within *Nautical Chart Outriggers Nautical Wear
::if
.
the program, Department of *Paint ., t M foxes *Burgee Jackets lI

Defense officials say. *>Hardware Material >*Shift Art.lrOth..r/ .TabW..ar/ GoodiesWET IVIMUDIRepair ::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::.' ........:.:.:.:.:.:::::::::::::::::::::,: :
The "double blind" system is ci MARlETT ::'
STORAGE'MARINE HOISTS-HULL SERVICE-YACHT BROKER EXIT
used in the quality control EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTBOARD. STERN DRIVE. INBOARD
with the Armed Forces SEE THE NEWEST BOATS. MOTORS. CANOES and TRAILERS
program, N\

supplying Institute of the Pathology specimens(AFIP on a) w PIER 17 MARINAINC. \I

random basis to major com- a ROOSEVELT BLVD it ORTEGA RIVtK << LENOX .
mands.There, the quality control JsCtsom1Ne /lodd :
specimens are placed among the Pier M Frnch.Mxl Manna Phone M;'tut OPEN SUNDAY ,
thousands which are collected! a An,MOTORS,CANOES: r:; m are I :
Thunderbird. Starer aft.Mfg -Troan| .Grumman T-Craft
weekly. ZXZIZJg AJ Xjl L JTTTTrea=tas .. CECIL LL + NAS TO .,
} 103rd ST. ( ,;
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ALL 1972 MODELSDRASTICALLY [ouM IIOUSIIICoprmTUNITT' '
$25,500 to $32,000
REDUCED ANSWER THEM.No

ISO day service warranty, 90.95 Salesman on Duty lOam to 6 pm Daily
Low
bank financing.
percent
down payment. Easy terms. 24 ( I names. No I sales pitches.I )
Hr. Credit Approval, Parking
space arranged forBONUS t
Before you borrow, there ,may be questions weighing on
!III!! your mind-about payments, rates, anything. For quick, rolling hills
courteous answers. call us today. We won't ask your nameor
Three months Lot Rent paid on
talk shop unless want us to. .Jt.f.'W- ,.,
,any new home purchased by you % aw }:{ 1 "'" 1a. ,'M!""""" !iF
Nov..IS 72. Dial Finance

KEN ,PENCE'S Wa don't' want you:'to like us just for,our monty Y I
40 W. Monroe St.. 356-0735 .
PRICE MOBILE HOME 5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895 BELLAIR HOME BUILDERSMEMBER a

10407 ATLANTIC ILVD 4721 San Juan Ave. ''384.2314 Loans to
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: A G.I. 's Christmas? !


:t Jax Operation G. I. Christmas Card has been ; j jj I

designed as a personal "thank you" to our servicem j A

who are serving their,country in Southeast Asia.

Since this may be the last Christmas that our ser.

vicemen will be spending in the Vietnam War Zone,
drive coordinators have asked that we make it "the I .

present they have ever seen". Ie
largest going away squadron plaque from
receives a
address just ;for TOPS AT V P-4S-YN1 Gary Smith Sailorof
Santa Clause has a special mailing ,VPCO, for being selected the Pelicans
our G.I.'s in Southeast Asia..Operation G.I. Christmas Cdr.the P.E.Quarter.Herring Smith was cited for "initiative, enthusiasm and The National Guard

Card, FPO San Francisco, Calif. 96626. superior professional knowledge". mils from Puerto Rico
that
ran trace a lineage
This will be Santa's first stop, so you must mail your xtendi: all the way back

Christmas Card on or before Nov. 20. Don't forget your Registration Set to the fight with Sir Fran-

name and return address so the G.I. who receives your :is Drake in 1595. That,
for taking the time to incidentally, was about a
card or gift can thank you
remember him. For FJC CoursesJax fore quarter the of Pilgrims a century landed be-

All Christmas cards and gifts mailed after Nov. 20 Registration for Florida Junior College's Winter it Plymouth, Massachu-

must be sent via Air Mail or Parcel Air Lift-PAL i for Courses has been set for Nov. 16 from 10 a.m. to setts. This certainly I I
Quarter makes them one of the
boxes. 2 p.m. at the Educational Services Office,Bldg.200. ldest outfits in America.In .

Should you take part, in this operation as a group, Tenant command and 1759 almost two decades -
school or club, you can put all of your cards into one box The Winter Quarter will last squadron personnel should before the outbreakf

and address the boxes to the address given above. from The Jan.following 9 to April courses 19. will be request that their Educational the American Revolution
additional of
Officer send an a reorganization
Remember, when the boxes,are opened your card or offered on station from 7.10 p.m. Services of their tuition aid the Puerto Rican militia

gift will loose its identification if your name and return in. Hangar 1000: application copy to Ltjg) Black, NAS was accomplished by Mar
Monday,
address is not on each item. Rm.English 233 (ENG Composition 101)) : ESO, Bldg. 200, prior to the Nov shal Alexander O'Reilly,

Cards and gifts will be distributed by Chaplains. in English Composition: Monday, 16 This registration will ensure date.their eligibilityfor in Irish in the adveiuurei Spanish Army.serving -
exceed the number required, they Rm. 235 (ENG 102)Fundamentals
Vietnam. Should gifts only 25 percent payment of O'Reilly is known today
of
Speech:
will be given to Operation Helping Hand ,and or. Rm. 233 course cost at registration. as "The Father of the
Tuesday,
with the 1972-73 1869 how-
Beginning Militias. By ,
phanages.It Humanities: Thursday, Rm.
Winter Term, Florida Junior ever, with many of the
is suggested that all cards by MADE with your own 233Origins of American Society: College is requiring that ALL Spanish possessions fightIng .

personal message for a Merry Christmas. Wednesday, Rm. 233 students, regardless of their for independence from
General Psychology: Wednesday status, see an academic advisor Spain,the Spanish govern
Rm. 234 and receive an approved tenta- ment disbanded the militia,
College Math: Tuesday, Rm. tive course plan BEFORE they substituting the "Institute
ftii*
iinun may register.: de Voluntaries" composed

235Beginning Algebra: Thursday; The tentative course plan entirely of Spaniards.
MILITARY-AUTOMOBILE I Rm. 234 MUST be presented at registra- When U. S. troops landedin

Ml IB 11 M Personnel Management: tion.Counseling the islands during the
will be on
Thursday, Rm. 235 provided Spanish American War
I Business Law: Tuesday, Rm. station for military personnel and many former militia
MILITARY CIVILIAN their dependents from 1-4 p.m. served with the troops as
RATES MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN 234Cost per three credit hours is Nov..14 and from 10 a.m.to 2 p.m. scouts and. interpreters in .
lOW
:,,::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.::::::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.: ;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::;:::::;:::::;:::: $25.50.active Tuition duty personenl aid is available and will for Nov.In addition 16. counselors will be the Spaniards.fighting. with the

AMERICAN MAYPORT pay 75 percent of the course cost. available at the night courses Following World War I,
AGENCY Personnel encouraged to here the week of Nov.6 for those National Guard
are U.S.
INSURANCE
I a.
INSURANCE AGENCY:::::::: f.:.:.:.:.:.:..:.:.:.:..:.:..:.:..:.:.:..:.:.:.:.:..:.:..:.:..:..'.:.! apply for Tuition Aid as soon aspossible. students currently enrolled in unit was formed on the
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(Island in 1919. Today
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"TWO OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU" Puerto Rico National

Formerly Continental Insurance Underwriters Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-IO p.m. Guard has dual responsibility -
2990MAYPORT ROAD to both the United
6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD
(Near NAS) (Near NS) I Q PICK-UP & DELIVERY States and to the Com-
Phone 388.7676 Phone 249-5649 o ROAD SERVICED monwealth of Puerto Rico.
Tens of thousands of
MECHANIC ON DUTY
Puerto Ricans, both from
Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS the island and those who

HEAR 'THIS! : :::::::::::::::: : : :: ::: : : ::;: : : : ::::'. have migrated to the
NOW r ': United States have served
I BOB'S OAK HILL
with distinction in numer
NOW HEAR THIS! :: :::: ous U. S. Army units

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| SERVICE CENTER .n
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: AVIS FEATURES PLYMOUTH SPECIAL RATES per person Road
SERVICEMEN $6.00 2045 Jamme
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Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct bill Phone, Olympic Seafood \\\ out San r '
'SPECIAL RATES Swimming Pool Free Blvd.' R\g'\ on. 'Then .

Available to all military personnel :iawru- ,:..an to to a'partmen"Jammes :
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I Marine Corps Marks 197th Birthday. I


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Jax This November 10, United States Marines, A
regardless of where they are serving around the world,

celebrate the 197th anniversary of the United States
.
Marine Corps.

Although Jacksonville may be stating, "Gone to Florida to fight
noted as a "Navy Town" the Indians-back when it's over"
Marines are not exactly On Nov. 2, that same year, the
strangers here and in other partsof Marines fought in the battle for
Florida. Wahoo Swamp. Their last
Marines have been serving campaign was the battle of 4 A uFR6iet 6U>rwArgi
with the Marine Barracks aboard Hatchee-Lustee on Jan. 27, 1837.
NAS Jax and Cecil Field since the The Marines have found
stations were established.The themselves in 29 battles and
Marine Aviation Training skirmishes in Europe, Asia, the
Support Group has been here South Pacific, the Caribbean Sea,
since February 1942. Marine Mexico, Canada and our own
pilots have been training at United States during many of
Pensacola since Naval aviation's their 197 Novembers.
earliest years, and the Marine However, celebrating the
Air Station once located at Corps' birthday every Nov. 10 is
Miami, in the early years of more to a Marine than just

Marine Aviation.Jacksonville's. recalling past glories.It FRIENDLY, BUT FJRM Marine Barracks personnel are responsible for the air station'sphysical
Marine Air is each when
one day year
make all vehicles entering are driven by authorized
security. Guards at the main gate sure
Detachmentand Marines in
Reserve Training their Dress Blues, and
its Reserve squadron, VMA- their ladies in their finery, gatherfor persons and also offer assistance to persons coming here for the first time.

142 have been in Florida since a Birthday Ball. Preparationsfor ceremonies preceding each Lejeune's message reads in part: spirit which has animated our
assignment here after World WarII. the Birthday celebration Birthday Ball. These ceremonies "In every battle and skirmish Corps from generation to
begin months in advance.It include a Color Guard, Escort of since the birth of the Corps, generation and has been the
However, the Marines' first is doubtful if anyone knows Honor and an appropriately Marines have acquited them- distinguishing mark of the
connection with Florida goes for sure just when the Birthday decorated cake. selves with the greatest distinc- Marines in every age.
back 159 years, to February 1813. celebration began,but part of the From somewhere out of the tion, winning new honors on each "So long as that continues to
Twice during the War of 1812 ceremony became official on Nov. Corps' 197-year-history came a occasion until the term 'Marine' flourish Marines will be found
Marines found themselves in 1, 1921. tradition handed down for the has come to signify all that is equal, to every emergency in,the
combat in Florida. The Marines Then the Commandant of the cake cutting ceremony. The unit highest in military efficiency and future as they have been in the
fought the battles for the Indian Marine Corps, General John A. commander cuts the first two soldierly virtue. past, and the men of our Nation
towns of Payne and Bowlegs in Lejeune, directed that an official pieces of the Birthday cake and "This high name of distinctionand will regard us as worthy successors
eastern Florida in February 1813 reminder of the honorable ser- presents these to the oldest soldierly repute we who are to the long line of
and fought the battle for 12 Mile vice of the Corps be published to Marine and the youngest Marinein Marines today have received illustrious men who have servedas
Swamp in September 1813. all Marines throughout the worldon the command.To from those who preceded us in 'Soldiers of the Sea' since the
Then, in 1836, Colonel Archibald the birthday of the Marine a Marine, Nov. 10 is a day of the Corps. With it we also founding of the Corps."
Henderson, then Com- Corps. pride and honor. General received from them the eternal (Continued on Pg 9).
mandant of the Marine Corps, This same message is read
hung a sign on his office door annually during the officia'

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I ..Commands. Ready To Celebrate
uviiii; itrwuvvivw: uuijr n'lannes -
ministrative
are normally assigned to the four personal logistical and particularly when involving r
Marine Commands and four support to all Marines higher headquarters.The .
independent units attending either the AO or AE
permanently schools here. Additional Marine Air Reserve
located in and
Jacksonville.The around responsibilities include various Training Detachment (MARTD),
support requirements for all also located here, provides administrative .
largest organization is the Marines in the Jacksonville logistical and
Marine Aviation Training and complex. maintenance support to the attached -
Support Group (MATSG), Marine Corps units and
located here at NAS Jax and, A "second hat" worn by the supports all Marine Corps functionl -
commanded by LtCol. David A. MATSG commander is that of in the area as represen-
Teichmann. Senior Marine in the area, a tatives of the Marine Corps
requirement involving Reserve. MARTD, under the
MATSG has the primary dination of activities and efforts coor- command of LtCol. C, F,
mission of providing add by the separate commands Bergstrom, Jr., also handles the
.r..t.2r..:,r .... recruiting of Marine Reservists.The .

third Marine command
here is the Marine Barracks,
commanded by Maj. Joseph
Lavin. The Marine Barracks'
READY RESERVES-MARTD Marines sharpen their shooting ot,(
primary mission is providing
skills at the rifle mindful
of the
physical security for the air range Corps' philosophy. that every
Marine is, first and foremost, an infantryman.
station.In .
addition, the Marine MATSG and MARTD taking part. merce; and Mr. Jack Bush, head
At 12:30 Channel 4 will offera
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H i Y r. Barracks administrative p.m.
provides
of the USMC, branch of the
and supply supportand 10-minute live broadcast Military Committee of the
featuring the COs of MARTD
,
liaison for Marine con- Jacksonville Area Navy League.
+lP NAS Jax Marine Barracks and
tingents of local Veterans Ad-
A1r Kw MARTD will conclude its an-
the Cecil Field Marine Barracks.At .
ministration and
Hospitals niversary celebration, with its
security guard forces throughout 1 p.m. tomorrow the student Marine Corps Ball, scheduled for
Central America, South America Marines at MATSG, along with Hancock Hall tomorrow at 6:30:
and the Caribbean, as well as permanent personnel from all p.m. Honored guests ,will be
Naval ship detachments at Marine commands here, RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis,
Mayport.The will mark the anniversary by COMFAIRJAX,and Capt. Gilpin,
schedule of events reading the traditional messages NARU CO.MATSG.
marking the Marine Corps an- from old and new commandants.The .
niversary is'as follows: students will 'receive a will end its an-.
special steak dinner for the niversary, celebration with a
HELPING OTHER MARINES-MATSG Marines provide supportfor A 10-minute interview will be evening meal. Birthday Ball at Hancock Hall
Marine Students at the AO and AE schools. MATSG is the largest presented on Channel 17 at 11 Special guests for this event Saturday at 7 p.m. Guests will
Marine Organization here. a.m. tomorrow with the COs of will be: Mr. Pete Kirel, National include Capt. William G.

President of the Navy League; Sizemore, NAS'Jax CO; Capt. W.
Mr.Jim Mooney,President of the D. Carrier, NATTC skipper; and
Jacksonville Chamber of Com- RAdm. Geis.
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II Dental Department Aiding High School Students I


Jax The NAS Jacksonville The Dental Department Jacksonville they will make a
Dental Department has taken on volunteered to show the studentsall decision on the field that interests
the role of a high school of the phases of dentistry by them the most and during their
classroom the last two weeks allowing them to watch dentists second semester they will spend
with over 90 students in at and technicians at their various three hours a day five days a
tendance. jobs and to ask any and all week working at the facility
t The students are participating questions that might come to where their interest was aroused.
in a new program called Health their minds while watching. For the NAS Dental Depart-
Service Aid and the NAS Dental This is far from being all that ment, that means an opportunityto
Department is giving them a first the Dental Department will do, give all of the students who
hand look at the dental side of however. decide on dentistry a semester of
health services. After the students have toured practical experience in their
Health Service Aid is part of all of the various medical chosen field.
the senior curriculum at the facilities. around the city of
Stanton, Ed White and Sandalwood .
High Schools that
students take for credit towards

..... graduation.The first semester of
WATCHING CLOSELY- Health Service Aid students were given a the program takes place in the
chance to watch dentists at work in the NAS Dental Department last classroom with the students
week to help them decide if dentistry would make a good career for getting a basic knowledge of first

aid, anatomy ,medical terminology -
and the different
them.WE medical careers. f
FINANCE (J"T
During the latter part of the y

first taken semester on tours of the various students medical are ,' .r : =
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SERVICEMEN
facilities around Jacksonville so ,
that they can see exactly what is Y
...ON TOPLINE QUALITY NAME BRANDS involved in each field and this is
THAT YOU HAVE COME TO KNOW AND TRUST where the NAS Dental Depart-
ment comes into the
picture.
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gWTAGMn Talking Teeth A member of
the NAS Dental Departmentgives

tAsk NEWEST CONCEPT high school seniors par
ticipating in the Health Service
GENERAt ElECTRIC" '""" -. IN APARTMENT LIVING Aid Program some fine points on

: 123BEDROOMIAND2BATHS $, the making of dentures.

KROEHIERlA-Z-BOY BROOKWOOD. WESTERN I Spacious rooms, wide windows "'4il'k
central heat & air cond. Private s.r: a
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about our Badcock EASY PURCHASE PLAN. patios, sundecks, swimming pool If a CHAMPUS beneficiary is
Ideal for S and party room. ,+ medically and administrativelyeligible !
young Navy families lust starting out.BEtccJ.
for bent-fits
264.8102" a under both
the Program for the Handicap
1800 KINGSLEY AVE. ped and the Basic Program, the
DIRECTIONS! Between Blanding decision: as to which program i is
HOME FURNISHING CENTERS Blvd. & Orange. Park. Minutes wont advantageous will depend
away via new I 295.
Home Owned&Operated by Thomas Walker un the relative cost considerations
,' I HIWAY l7at KINGSLY, AVE ORANGE PARK Ph 2644942 d= involved

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.. Hours:Mon Fri IOAM.5:30PM FORESTAPARTMENTS
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Publisher i-: n
JAX AIR NEWS i

NAS Jacksonville : : 388-2755

Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than . .. .. .11I. .. .. .. ... ... .. ..
LATWINGER Tuesday for publication the following! Thursday. .

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISING Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be Thursday,Nov. 9
Drama Starring Godfrey
= published the following week unless the
publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or I NAS : 'WALKABOUT" Cambridge and Raymond St.

OFFICE money order for the full cost of the ad must be Drama, Starring Jenny Agutterand Jacques. "PG" ((101 min.)

4747 San Juan Avenue = received WITH the copy for the ad. Lucien John. "PG" (96 minJ HOSPITAL: "THE PRIME OF

Jacksonville, Florida RATE minimum HOSPITAL: "THE CANDIDATE" MISS JEAN BRODIE"
charge( ) 1200
Per additional line ((4 words per line) .50 Drama, Starring Monday, Nov. 13
Robert Redford and Melvyn NAS: "BUCK AND TilEPREACHER"

..; n t Douglas. "PG" (110 min.)
--- I .... I" Iek Western, Starring
Friday Nov. 10 Sidney Poitier and Harry
"" ,, CHIHUAHUA'S FOR SALE NAS "GET TO KNOW YOURRABBIT"
: Belafonte. "PG" min.)
EMPLOY M. >. $35. and$40. ) <' 'x<< < : < -f :;:'M \lr" (103
J"t r 246.4379 } ; MOBILE 'HOMESJUSTISS ,:. Comedy Starring Tom HOSPITAL: "COME BACK
... .
''"'>.. .', >. Smothers and Orson Welles."R" CHARLESTON BLUE"

_ SALESMAN WANTED RCA 21" CONSOLE COLOR TV (92 min.) Tuesday, Nov. 14
Apply at Florida Jewelers, 18 W. Good cond.,Rabbit ears TRAILER PARK HOSPITAL: "WALKABOUT"Saturday.Nov.il
|{Forsyth St., 353.0625.ATTENTION 180. 260908SANSUI4OOOX 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS. Clean,Modern NAS: "MELODY" Comedy,
Wallers and Apts.. 3893007. Starring Mark Lester and Tracy
PARENTS I NAS: "THE PRIME OF MISS Hyde. "G" (106 min.)
(interested In earning extra money? A Stereo Tuner,Amp.,160W, brand new, 70 HOLLY PARK JEAN J3RODIE" Comedy
arshal Field family.owned enIterprise no hours, Must sell $275. 388.5257. 12x60, 2BR,completely furnished, AC, HOSPITAL: "BUCK AND THE
is conducting a nationwideexpansion washer.dryer, WW carpet, assume Drama, Starring Maggie Smith PREACHER"

[ program. We are Interestedin TELEPHOTO LENS payments or rent, 7710990._ and Robert Stephens. "R" (116

hiring 5 persons In this area to work F 6.3, vivltar 500mm, wcase, like min.) Wednesday, Nov. IS .
days a week 5 hours a day. Will pay new, $100., 388.5257.FEMALE COBURN EMPIRE HOSPITAL: "GET TO KNOW
NAS "BEN"
12x62, 3BR, 1'/z B, full new carpeting. : Suspense
ItSOO minimum for 100 ales Injtervlews.
264.2106. YOUR RABBIT"
Call 724.3596 any morning. ST. BERNARDAKC Horror, Starring Lee Harcourt
registered,5 months, will sell for Sunday Nov. 12 Montgomery and Rosemary
best offer., 781.1497. FOR SALE 2 MOBILE HOMES
PART-TIME NAS: "COME BACK
Murphy. "PG" (95 Min.)
Live In
one, rent other. App. $200.
Janitorial/ $1.91 hr. GIBSON J-SO Dead Lake. 786.0712, 771.4040_. mo. CHARLESTON BLUE" Comedy HOSPITAL "MELODY"

on NAS 772.7661 Mint condition,w.case, $275,771.321 1,
EXPERIENCED NIGHT COOK Ext. 8214, Ask for Jesse. KNOX I* * *$ * * * * * *

{Good pay.& hours, apply In person, Furn., 2BR., 30 ft. Awning, 5x7 utll. ...-. *
Ole Red Barn, 428 Hwy 17 S., Orange 72 SANSUI STEREO COMPONENTS shed, anchors, AC, new gas heater, w-
I Park. Complete Value 600., Must sell $400, w carpet. Avail. Dec. 15. $3100. 772. THE SEXY
9779


I PART TIME NAS SECURITY JAX GUARDS POSITIONS 7819687.E -'.. -.---.." y : 1 SIX PACK :
NARF, Sat., Sun. and Holidays. Some 'ESTATENORMANDY' ; ;' TRANSPORTATION' !:"Jj
full time avail. HSG,$1.80 hr.Min. For ;.:;; J { .
:Moi"*: "'",, :',' ,&,v': t:: ,.N,......oiM.-........... # __No .. Jacksonville's Most *
I Info..38".3..77.COLOR. Beautiful

TOPLESS DANCERS! *
T.V.SERVICEMAN ACRES 70 CUDA CREAM PUFF
Part.time,pd.by hour or set 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road Yellow & Black, Like new. Lots of It *
Hours to suit, 3845284 frontage, V to 10 acre tracts. Land is extras. Still under warranty, $1495.
the best investment for the future. 388.8497. : TOPLESS ]

YOU CAN EARN MORE. Other tracts available over Southwest '67 CADILLAC4DR. *

Part.time with us than full time in the Jacksonville. ., HT, loaded, exec tires, GO-GO GIRLS
service regardless of rank. Better Wynne Realty Florida reasonable or trade for late C.nhwws Ik.w.BPM 2AM IN 'HE LOUNcr 4-8 P.M.
retirement. 384.2885 for Appointment. 389.5514 389.8507 modellong wheel base pickup, 771- SPEAKEASY ROOM

3211, Ext. 8340.
EXPERIENCED NIGHT COOK Out SIGHT LOUNGE *
Good pay & hours, apply In person, 1970 VW of
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Ole Red Barn, 428 Hwy. US., Orange QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY $1350 or make offer
Park, Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. 781.9687 [* * 1080 CASSAT AVE. 388-9016* * .
Edward 0.Lyon, Broker 389-0361

KITCHEN HELPER A '47 BSA 500CC

PM Shift SHORT,CPO ORDER Mess open.COOK NAS CecilMISCELLA 1 acre Mobile MIDDLE Home BURG tracts AREA In Sunny. Excellent refused.condition.284.9947.'SSTBIRDCONV..No reasonableoffer ::::;;;:;

NE WW side Farms. Call 264.2086.3BR,2B 3 Speed ManualMr rt' lw ((.llltl

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A recorded message by 387-1213 & white, 6 cylinder, mags, air- '
SCOTT EDWARDSTells shocks, trailer hitch, $1,600, 264-7470. 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511
you how to be a
DISC JOCKEYcall WE BUY ft SELL EQUITIESCall Open Daily 8 to8:30: .Saturday 8 to Sunday 1 to 6 PM
us for Quick service '72V HONDA CB 350
3552944 for
any hour. Approved
Morrison Taylor Inc. Elec. starter-Sissy Bar
veterans. Columbia School of
4543. Wesconnett Blvd. 3 Helmets.Helmet locks
Broadcasting. San Francisco., Not
737-3864 Exc. cond-389 6029
771-3052 -
affiliate home study.with CBS Inc. Course by 72 VW SUPER BEETLE AT, AC Warranty $2595

'; ." '66CHEVY II WAGON 72 VW SUPER BEETLE AC R&H $2495
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO ttf'ii: 1 !/$ 6 cyl.! ,stick,air,good condition
'RENTALS VW SUPER BEETLE AM-FM Low $1995
> 71 Milage
Consoles, some with AM.FM, tape ;; :.-: ,, '_: t1 264 4726 Aft. 6
players, at dealers''cost to liquidate 70 VW SEDAN R&H, AC AT $1795
72 HONDA 500
stock. Full warranty) Phone 771-0409.
ORANGE PARK Must Sell A.S.A.P. 70 VW SEDAN R&H $1695
2 BR Apts. Furn. or unfurn., Dish Under 5000 Miles 3887172 '
69 VW SEDAN R&H $1595
LIVE CRABS Elizabeth ,
washer, Drapes, Carpets.
Wilford's. Fish Camp Apts. 771-1405 or 771.3355. '71 68 VW SEDAN R&HAC $1495
KAWASAKI
264-9707 "
Good cond.,Must sell now! 66 VW SEDAN R&H, New Paint .r: $995

TYLER'S AIR COND.SERVICE Let a BEING retired TRANSFERRED Navy man who under. $450., 2648141 71 VW FASTBACK R&H ,il., ., $2195
We service Auto AC, Central Units
and Window Units. Reasonable. rental stands of YOUR your house problems until,you manage return the to 69 VW FASTBACK R&H, AT, AC $1895

'4711 Palmer Lake Shore 388.5161 Jax. 72 VW SQUAREBACK Warranty ; .t $2795

Bartleson,O'Neil & Payne, Inc. S I rN Stereo Tape, AC S a 't.
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER 1147 So. Edgewood Ave.
Responsible party take up pmts. of $5 388.9311 70 VW BUS Deluxe R&H, AC71KARMANNGHIAR&H i''s $2795
j month. Call dealer. 772-8936. )tti
GIVE US A CALL FOR $2295
SINGER TOUCH 'N'SEW Quick Rental of your Property 69 KARMANN GHIA R&H, AT $1695
Cost (rover $400., In 4-cYawer desk Edward 0.Lyon, Broker 389.0361 (
Usedl2, months. Sews stretch fabric, 70 VW FASTBACK AT, R&H $1995

makes buttonholes, fancy designs,' WILMAR APARTMENTSAir 70 VW BUS Deluxe R&H .$2495
blind hems, monograms, overcasts, Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living -
winds bobbin Inside machine. Bal,$89. room, Kltche, Brfst.' nook, parking 69 CHEVY PICKUP Extra Clean "' $1495

Cash or$6.50 per mo. public Discount space for 2 cars, water, sewage, I'S"Okay 67 CHEVY CAPRICE I R&H $1095
Center, 805 S. Edgewood Ave., 389. garbage, lawn service. Furnished$120. ..
o.c9" ., Unfurnished-$100., plus 4 percent .
sales tax. 387-2541 weekends, 389-
wise IU1t"Dr.
0744. who's the

MARRIAGES PERFORMED Nice Selection of other Model VW's


ANYTIMEANYPLACE Call 7331327 R. TIMOTHY CARTER' 100 % GUARANTEE!_' S

Optometrist :

AIRE LITE INDUSTRIES OF JAX Announce the + '. We gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
Fabrication In rescreenlng, window Practiceto we tuned up, tightened,and replaced everything that needed It.
screens, screen t' pool Ms Optometric
doors patio Relocation of And
guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all,
enclosures, aluminum & "
roofs car major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
ports, free estimates. Owned I Jouble check.
operated by: Norman T. Abrams Park Central Shopping ,Center,, ENGINETRANSMISSION.REARAXLEFRONTAXLE
USN retired, Paul Tlnney, 2561 Edison \
(
.Ave.,'384.1242. 1592 Park Avenue Phone 4-Z4Z5 ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

. DAY CARE CENTER Orange Park Florida 3207)

Rlv.nld'Chrlitlan, Kindergarten (Green Cove Spring Phone 214-3452)
1650 Cherry St.,Infants thru 5th grade.
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LectureScheduled
,

: For 'Deep Freeze' .

., t tS6 tj Jax Cdr. Starr Block, Per.
at NATTC, will
t Enlisted volunteers are still needed for the Operation sonnel Officer
speak to the Women of the Chapel
Deep Freeze wintering-over party. Monday on Transactional
Volunteers are needed in the following ratings: BU, Analysis (T.A., a new

CE, CM, CS, EA, EO, MR, PC, SK, SH, SW and UT. breakthrough in therepeutic
More volunteers are also needed in other ratings in technique.
order to provide for optimum personnel selection.The Developed by Dr. Eric Bern, a
psychiatrist, T.A. offers the individual
deadline for applications for Deep Freeze is Dec. 1. the option in life that he

is responsible for what happensin
the future, regardless of what
has happened in the past.
4 LEAVE COMING UP? Cdr. Block will specificallyfocus
on applying T.A.to the drug
your fl@f1@P1IIIIiI@! @ // !? WELCOME'TO LAJES-LCdr. Phillip Black, Right, VP-56 Officer. problem facing our society today.He .
in-Charge, introduces Tactical Air Crew 11 officers to 'the Dragons presently serves as the
can provide the funds Laces| operations. Shown (L>R) are: Lt (|lg) Jack Summers, Lt. Merle NATTC Drug Awareness Officer,
Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your Thompson, PPC Lt. Donald Riffle, Lt. Sid White (Background), Lt. is active as Rehabilitation
J money needs are handled the way you want them. Glen Gray and LCdr. Black. VP-56 has had the Laces| Azores Director at the Way Inn--a
/v Call or come in-we'll do the rest. deployment for the past six weeks.Without therepeutic halfway house in
I 47f,1- Jacksonville-and is also
{DOMESTIC FINANCE chairman of a six county drug
AdvertisingYou
l agency for the State of Florida.
CORPORATION since HIT The talk Is scheduled to start at
Wouldn't Know
LOANS TO$m
8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK 9:30: a.m., following the 9 a.m.
business meeting.This will be an
I I open meeting and all interested
persons are cordially invited to
I hear Cdr. Block at the NAS
"- :.
Chapel complex.
..I" \( ;,1J., A nursery will be provided for
.:.;., I:, Jr-. t i, ., ,) me Kaois leammc cenrerThe pre-school children and transportation -

.
4a can be arranged by
contacting the chapel at 772-3051.
11'i'rra1 I The Kadis Learning Center is a special kind of -T;.;'

school with a specialized staff and program. We are Wives

dedicated to the development of the child with Information

N average or above average intelligence who has '"

problems in learning. :, SchoolJax
.. ,
If your child is suffering these problems, you-
and he-are not alone. There are many and they are "''*!". 'II 1P The Wives Service
., School'will
call for conference and' j: Information
being helped. Why not us a .
'
preliminary diagnostic test? .. convene Tuesday and
Wednesday Nov. 14-15 at
.... ,
> ': LS:' ', : Hangar 1000, Room 235.
r"
: a a" .>'a.. To make reservationscall
.' ,
,' Lt (jg) Black, NAS,

; PROBLEMS PROGRAMS EVALUATION" ,'. Jax ESO, at Ext. 2597.

.
Children who evidence, any of The Kadis Learning Center is A comprehensive diagnostic ."
:. the following symptoms may dedicated to the development of and evaluative testing procedure
have a learning problem: the child with average or aboveis provided each child: ", ,; 1973

:, average intelligence who has : .Y: AMBASSADOR"BROUGHAM"
:, a learning problem and offers a -: ,)','?. .

P", specialized program with: ,,' :'
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> :: Overactive ., ,,:, Qualified Staff Psychological-Personality"*' : J

; Poor Reader Individual Instruction Evaluation ,
Short Attention Span Perceptual Development Academic Abilities Battery r

Daydreams Speech and Hearing Therapy Speech and Hearing
Fidgety Reading Remediation Evaluation
Poor Concentration Summer Classes Vision Analysis r 4 Dr. Sedan >'
Withdrawn 10 Children Per Class Preliminary Interview and Top of the line sedan, 340 's
.1 C.I.D. V 8 engine, Torque ?
'. Awkward or Clumsy 1 Teacher-1 1 Teacher Aide Program Conference' Command, automatic

,...1 .' Temper Tantrums All Academic,Subjects Perceptual Motor Screening r': transmission, power
steering
Easily Discouraged Ideal Location Complete Physical brakes,' all power season disc air ?
Reverses letters words Air Conditioned Classrooms Examination conditioning, tinted glass, {
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custom steering wheel,
Speech/Hearing/ Difficulties '
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.. : Emotional Problems '_ ,, bumper guards, rear scuff ti
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Frustration I 'M ; ":" " 'r" +; moulding visibility group :

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:r The Kadis Learning Center conducts case confer The Kadis Learning Center works, In cooperation Fleet PLAN" <:
Discount
ences wherein the specific learning disabilities of with parents.. Diagnostic test results and specific I $731.17
\ each child are assessed. Recommendations by the recommendations are given to each parent. Con oow
professional staff for the remediation of specific ferences are conducted between teachers and 398463

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I Bill Turner Wins U-Pic-Em

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Jax .- Bill N. Turner, Jr. NARU and has been at
and
NARU stopped B. W. prevented them
of NAS Jax since February of
from
recording a perfect
Castelli's win streak at two

with a perfect ballot last 1971.While there wereno ballot.

week while the closest major upsets in the With only four weeks left

college games last week on the college schedule,
Yale's win over Dart- time is quickly passing for

mouth and Michigan all who wish to challengeCastelli's
State's win over Purdue
position as
1'
4 jt threw off several balloters season champ.

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turning on only turns off a man's interest in good things like Janie
t UPlCEMZBALLOT Villane of Pensacola Beach, Ha.

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(This week's games) I II
ARMY I Why Pay List Price?'

Bill N. Turner SYRACUSE
IOWA STATE CHECK WITH US FOR YOUR STEREO NEEDS II
Castelli could come was NEBRASKA CLIP THIS AD AND RECEIVE II

one miss. ALABAMA __.___._ LSU 1
Turner, a native of SPECIALDISCOUNT
Black Mountain, N. C., NOTRE DAME ___, AIR FORCE__ 1.

won when his tie-breaker UCLA .WASHINGTONPENN I II
edged out Phillip Keiper of
Cecil Field, who also STATE N. C. STATE Hours: Mon..Thurs.9-4,Friday 11-8,Saturday 10-5 II III
6483 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD
turned in a perfect ballot.
MISSOURIFLORIDA OKLAHOMA_ Next to NAS Jax
Turner is attached to the I
Supply Department at GEORGIA I. call 388-8815 or 771-8276 J
PITTSBURGH KANSAS .----------------
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Bowling Standings! MINNESOTA

W L Big Chief Say:

LITTLE BEARS 13 3 TIE-BREAKER: predict final score on the game between v
MACKIE'S RAIDERS 10 6 Georgia vs Florida.Indicate winners In other games by a check :; SAVf"FAP\

FRABRANCH-91 .. 10 6 mark.
ANCHOR KLAKKERS. 9"1' 7 Ballot boxes for NAS and Cecil Field are located*at the Navy 1
AUTO-BAHNS 8" 8 Exchange near the Lay-away counter and at Galley One.Ballots DIG 'HM M UM
THE DRUNKS 7 9 must be in by noon Friday each week or they won't be picked up. 44

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FREE MOUNTING All Other Sizes Proportionately
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10,000 100 II 1 Passenger Tire Guarantee
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50,000 500 I defects for the life of the original tread. If tire
falls,we will,at our option,repair it free or
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MATURITY: 24or48 months on a pro rata share of the exchange price plus
Bargain Lot! '
Interest Paid Monthly Principal I Paid at MaturityNO I tax.
Guaranteed against wear out for a special
PLENTY OF VW'S NO SALES CHARGE,BROKERAGE OR MANAGEMENT FEES / number of miles. If tread wears out in this ( -
&Other Foreign Makes For Appointment Call or Write NOW II period, we will replace It, charging the _
and Compacts I 1 current exchange price less "set dollar '
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OPNAV NOTICE 1531 of 28 obtain information from your 5. Unmarried and not previously
SEP 72 announces that ap Educational Services Officer: married.

plications from male enlisted 6. An enlisted member of the
personnel of the naval service 1. A male citizen of the United naval
service by 1 July 1972.
(Regular Navy and Regular States.
Marine Corps) for nomination to 2. Of good moral character. 7, A holder of the following test a
the U.S. Naval Academy*, are 3. At least 17 years of age and scores, as applicable, with no
being solicited. must not have passed his twenty waivers granted:
second birthday on 1 July 1973.
Personnel meeting the 4. A high school graduate or a. NAVY GCT-ARI score of at
eligibility requirements, may equivalent by 1 July 1973. least 120.
b. MARINE CORPS Aptitudearea
score of 120 computed by
.
;I aI dividing the sum of the VE, AR, --
and PA scores by 3.
a 12 Make CenturionTwelve

8. Required to have a minimumof
24 months active-obligated' pilots of Attack AMERICA. Grouped around the
service, if offered an ap Squadron EIGHTY-SIX achieved big carrier's "Fresnel lens"
pointment as of 1 July 1973. Centurion milestones during the which helped guide them down
I 9, Recommended by com- squadrons' current WESTPAC the glide slope to over 100 lan-
manding officer cruise aboard the USS dings each are (left to right), LT
TRANSMISSIONSI Rich Clover ((130 CVA-66-
landings),LT Dave Am.ersonUOO! (
HELD OVER! CVA-66)), LT Steve Jones ((200:
I THE AAMCO WRITTEN CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEE 11III3 CVA-66)), LT Chip Dudderar ((200
.r) This transmission has been rebuilt by the licensed .. ,. CVA- 6), LTJG Roy Stockard

AAMCO Dealer issuing this certificate, utilizing the, IT'S NOT WHAT WE DO... {. ;. ((100 CVA-66)), CDR Pete Yonke
AAMCO "CAR OWNERSHIP" Assembly Set. This d ((200 CVA-66)CDR Ben Short (200
certificate guarantees the transmission and torque BUT HOW OFTEN WE DO IT! : j.J: < .< CVA-66)), LTJG Art Borne ((100
\ ,CVA-66)), LT Terry Mullane ((100
has )
converter (if your car a torque converter against ( .
CVA-66), LT Mark Jacobson (200
failure of material and workmanship. It will be
CVA-66)), LT Frank Staarup ((100
Dealerfor I
licensed AAMCO Transmission
honored by
any '. CVA-66)), LT Fred Ameel ((100
as long as you own this car, provided that it is 0) tbj\ .. -:" '" f. CVA-66)). The "Sidewinders" of
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delivered to any licensed AAMCO Transmission D ..f VA-86 are homebased at NAS
Dealer in the United'States annually for service within OFTi :: Cecil Field.
'30 days of the Service Date indicated below. The
charge for annual service is $13.75 payable at the' O .A:
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time of service, and it covers the replacement of
transmission fluid and all preventive adjustments.
FREE TOWING at no extra charge ONE DAY SERVICE lit,.
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VP45 Slips Into First PlaceJax I
[g. JAX SPURT BRIEFSRod l .

The Marine Barracks Powell gave Lipscomb brief rests Lewis and Malorana one each.
football team was idle last week when they each scored a touchdown London scored two and Tuten one
and VP-45 took full advantage of Kirkland managed the touchdown for the losers with
And Gun Club !MeetingJax the situation when they beat VW4 only score for VP-56. Van Chef adding two points.
42-18 and moved Into first and Communicationslocked
VP-5 MATSG also took advantage of
The NAS Jax Rod and Gun Club will hold its place by percentage points in the up in a defensive battle the Public Works idle week to close
monthly meeting tonight at 7 p.m. in Room 232 of American League. first half of their game, but in the the gap between them for second
Hangar 1000. All interested military and civilian employees VP-45 had little trouble sub second half VP-5 put its offense to place when they scored a 16-8 win
are invited to attend. duing VW-4 as they held them work and came up with 20 points over Hospital. Hunt and Burnam
scoreless the first half and fora 20-0 win. Cook, Ronspiel and scored six pointers for the win-
allowed them 18 points in the Wahl took turns scoring six points ners while Branam scored a two-
Nautical Swap Meet second half, but only after they and Wahl added a two-pointer point conversion attempt and
had built up a big lead. Parmley In the National League Ramberg was credited with a
( Jax The Navy Jax Power Boat Club and the Navy scored enough points by himself NARJAX made it known to safety. Klimas scored six and
Jax Sail Club will be co-sponsoring a Nautical Swap to beat VW-4 when he scored Public Works,who was idle, that Cather two for the losers.

Meet at the NAS Marina on Saturday, Nov 11, at 10 a.m. three touchdowns and a two. they were going to have to workto
pointer. Malloy, Jenkins and catch them when they came up
i interested in
Anyone swapping, trading, buying or
Jones matched his totals as they with two wins.
selling any type of nautical equipment is invited to at each scored touchdown and The first one came over FAW-

tend. Jenkins added a point after at 11, 24.(), when Lyles, Braswelland
tempt. Rust added the other two Lewis scored touchdowns,
Cecil Field 6ND Football points. Heath scored twice and Flair and Eckert scored two-
ChampsJax Wilson once in a futile second half pointers' and Vickers came up
comeback effort by VW-4. with a safety.
NAS Cecil Field, winners of the ComFairJax FICEUR evened up their The second one was a little
Football Tourney held at NAS Jax, won the 6ND record last week when LJpscomb tougher,for the first half at least,
Championships held at NAS Memphis last week with a. went on a rampage and scored as they came up with a 38-20 win 5821 San Juan at Niblick
four touchdowns and two point over Weapons. Weapons stayed Phone 7844404Q
42-12 win over NAS Pensacola. J.L. Martin of FASOTGand
after attempts to add 28 quick close to them in the first half,
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Mike Camedon of MARTD, both of the NAS Jax points to his season total in a 40-6 trailing only 16-14 but in the
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Navy team, were picked up by the Cecil Field team to win over VP-56. Pearson and second half NARJAX's superior D Garden type apartments
help them in their quest for the East Coast Tournament strength was more evident as D Individual air conditioning.and .
Championship at Little Creek, Va. this week. Intramural Football they scored 23 points to Weapons heating
six. Braswell came up with three
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MARINE BKS 8 I
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Jax If you live in the barracks and-are tired of VW-4 5 4
$50.000
spending your weekends doing the same old thing, the FICEUR 5 5
NAS Power Boat Club has a new program just for you. VP-5 4 6 LIFE INS!URANCEAGE

One day out of every month members of the club will VP-56 I 8 UNDER .,$.., .. ... .
COMM I 9 ::.::: .' .::..i t: ::::;'" ::::::*::::::: :::::::; :: :: ::::::::: ::.:;4:;:::;::::::::::
make their boats available to station personnel who

enjoy fishing or leisurely boat trips but have no access to NATIONAL LEAGUE $9.a I nonthFIT

a boat. If you're interested call Bud Lucas, NAS Marina W' L
NARJAX 11 1 :: : :: :
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ASSOCIATION
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Top Bowlers NDRC 5 6
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Jax Linsenmeyer of the FRA Branch 91 bowling 4 8 BLACKMORE NICK NICHOLS

team in the Navy-Marine League came up with a 639 MARTD WEAPONS 3 3 7 9 MARV 358.1843 or 771.3007 358.1843 or 264.2454

series last week to lead all NAS bowlers. He rolled
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games of 236169234. In the Intramural Leagues,

Dearing of the Rebels had the only other} 600 set when he s S
rolled games of 193-224-186 for a 603.. kr- CUI r eC-e..1.00!Iii Standing' Boulevard'
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Basketball HOW THEY STAND Lady Golfers BusyJax I


Season -The NAS Jax Ladies Golf Ruth Bolin; and Frank

Association had a busy week last Oberhausen, Dottie Hilton, Jean
week with two tournaments.The Potter and Elizabeth Lorch. Low
NearingJax Intramural Bowling CONTINENTAL LEAGUEW gross honors for the tournamentwent

NATIONAL L first was a mixed event to the team of Pat
-The Navy Jax Basketball LEAGUEL PATHFINDERS 565155 that saw the ladies and the men Grosskopf, Millie Mueller,
season will be getting underway FLAP JAX 40 24 HAWKS 47% 24% combining their skills. The George Bains and Edna Kinder.
in a couple of weeks and Coach GEMS 37 23 CHIEFS 44 28 competition was keen with a

Carl Hattabaugh of NDRC NATTC 36 24 COMFAIRJAX 43 29 three-way tie for 1st low net. The Other honors in the tournamentwent
believes that Jax will be fieldingone FICEUR"5" 3S 25 VP-62 40 32 teams that tied were comprised to Margaret Owens and

of the best teams the station WOMEN'S LIB 32 28 HURRICANES 40 32 of Art Decker, Polly Tieslau, Stan Nodland for the longest
has seen in quite some time. NAMTD 30 30 ADPERS S3% 31% Russell Rae and Arlene Howell, putts; Dave More and Claire
Coach Hattabaugh has pickedup STIFFS 291h 341i MARINE BKS 34 38 Joe McDonald, Lilian Grosskopf for longest drive; and
a new man who will add a lot 271i FUMBLERS 25 46 and
CHASERS 251h Oberhausen, ,Ken Anderson Frank Heyer and Ruth Ann
of experience to the team in Mike LEPRECHAUNS 25 31 FUMBLERS 21 51 Kozak for the nearest to the pin

Luchi, who was recently trans- QUACKS 14 46 DRAGONS NO. 20 48 CAMP ,...n'AIINIM& on a drive.
ferred here from Cecil Field. HOSPITAL 19% 54% -
Luchi college ball for the PACIFIC LEAGUE
played
W L The second tournament of the
of Cincinnatti! and IntralnuralHandball
University SPLITMAKERS 36 16 week for the ladies was a Ladies
feels that he be v ao
Hattabaugh may GOOD AND BAD 32 20 FICEUR 5 Ov Play Day Odd Hole Tournament.
of the best guards on the East
one AFEES 31 21 VP-56 4 0 Again the competition was keen

.Coast. VP-45 No.1 28 24 AIR OPS 4 1 with Elaine Honour and Betty
Mark Warner who played for
,
SPECIALS 26 26 DENTAL 2 2 Heyer tieing for first flight
last is also a
Jax
season,
SPARKS 24 24 VP-5 2 2 honors and Penny Bennett taking
of college ball with a
graduate FWF 25 27 MATSG 2 3 second flight honors.
of on theU.S.
J three. years Naval experience team. DRAGONS No.2 20 28 VP-45 1 2 "It appears, Margrave, that
.NI Academy for their second HUNTERS 17 23 MARINE BKS 1 2 Lieutenant Plumbson and his Winners on putts was also a tie
Warner
Joining NUBS 12 36 1 with Jane Watson Arlene Howell
with the Fliers will be Otis MARTD 3 Indians, by a clever ruse, have ,
season
McGee, Chris Douglas and ATLANTIC LEAG JE L VW-4 1 3 absconded with ,the Pilgrim and Merideth Leach sharing the
NDRC 0 5 women!I" honors.
James Attannasio.The REBELS 52 12
return of four of last years' DRAGONS No.1 50 14 Intramural Pistol :
players and the addition of Luchi RADAR 17 40 20 AMERICAN LEAGUE '

gives the Fliers a lot of experience BUSCH BUDS 31' 29 TOAll
w'L ESAlEPRICESNEW 't1
on their 12 man squad CHIEFS 30 38 8 01
that ranges in height from 6 feet TARS 251,1 301,1 VP-45 1
7
4Vfe inches to 5 feet inches. VP-45No.2 25 39 WEAPONS 2
The season schedule for the Jax GUTTER DUSTERS II 211,1 38lhCAG20 MARTD 5 3 & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCESNEW !t

Navy Fliers will be as follows: 19 37 HOSPITAL 4 5 & USED TV SETS ::1:=j
BUSCH LEAGUERS 19 37 VW-4 3 5 NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES :::=1:
Nov. 24-25, NAS Glynco, home FASOTG 16 40 VP-5 3 5 NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS ::11;:=

Dec. 1-2, NAS Albany, away AMERICAN LEAGUE AIMD 2 7 AIR CONDITIONERS :;;;::1:
Dec. 8-9, Moody AFB, away W L FAPL 1 7 : Hra.'..m..7p.m.Coma In I Browse :

Dec. 15-16, Patrick AFB, away LATE CHARGERS 33 15 NATIONAL. LEAGUE
Jan. 5-6, Moody AFB, home ADCOP 33 19 W L e J

Jan. 12.13, NAS Glynco, away BOOZERS 32 20 FICEUR 9 0 :

Jan. 19-20, Patrick AFB, home SAW BONES 27 23 NATTC 8 1
Jan. 26-27, NAS Albany, home BEES 27 25 MATSG 7 2
NARJAX 5 4
FUBARS 26 26
All home games will be playedat HACKERS 25 27 FAW-11 3 6 WINNINGTONIGHT
7
the Rosendahl Gym (Bldg.513)) DRAGONS No.3 18 34 NDRC 3 6

so plan on coming out aqd sup- AIMD 16 28 NFO 1 8
porting the Fliers. TOP FIVE 15 33 SUPPLY 0 9

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