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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 16, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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30 NO. 35 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida NOVEMBER 16, 1972



; Personnel Cuts AnnouncedJax


The trend of rising personnel costs coupled with congressional action in

reducing' the military personnel (Navy) appropriation will necessitate the

following actions in FY-73 affecting all hands. _/ IFE

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a. A reduction of about 15,000in Officers in each grade is limitedto Examining Center.
enlisted strength below the a percentage of total strength. b. In addition, about 31,000
previously planned goal is to be The August and February exam advancements previously \
accomplished through reduced advancement list will reflect this planned for February through _
,; recruit input. This will result in reduction in promotions. Ad May 1973 need to be deferred into
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.: an automatic reduction in Petty vancements for November June.
t Officer promotions of about through January have been c. An early release program of
.f 23,000 since the number of Petty promulgated by the Naval enlisted personnel consisting of
an initial release in December of

I CNO Speaks Out those February whose EAOS 1973 is followed in Januaryand by a 0p

general one month early release. dp
,This program may extend .t.tsr
through the remainder FY-73 but
: 1 fJ On Racism Navy the need for its duration will be
reevaluated in early 1973. A
(;' separate NAVOP will be Issued

i;1. EDITOR'S NOTE: The following are excerps from ar providing specifics of the early
release.d. .
statement given by the CNO last week to all flag officers Officer Promotions: ,
4 in the Washington area dealing with the recent racial
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((1)) To Captain: A delay of
I \". incidents on Navy ships. Due to the length of the six months commencing 1

statement, the statement could not be printed in its December except for Medical ,,,
, entirety. Officers the delay will commence

:3 "Gentlemen,I have asked you to meet with me today because I findit 1 January 1973. Y
;. necessary to make clear not only my position on an important issue (2)) To Lieutenant Com -1
but my conviction that programs relevant to that issue must be Im mander: A delay of six months _
plemented.And by implemented I mean exactly that-down to the very commencing 1 December. _
lowest levels of command. Medical Officer promotions to
"When I took office 28 months ago I, together with then Secretary of this grade are not affected.

=' the Navy John Chafee,brought to Washington men and women of our (3)) To Lieutenant: further USO Pal Day .

:rr., officer corps who were members of minority groups. delay of months commencing 1 1
, "I went on record at that time saying how surprised I was to find so February 1973 ((45 months active

"'A';.:, great a misunderstanding between our racial groups. I also made commissioned service.) Set For Dec. 2
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clear the potential explosiveness of such a misunderstanding withinour
Navy and how important I consider the resolution of our racial (4)) To Lieutenant Junior
Grade: A delay of 3 months
tensions.
commencing 1 January 1973 ((21 Jax ,-- St. Augustine, 'the cars at the Chamber of Commerce
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...Approximately two weeks ago,I received the fourth in a series of
months active commissioned nation's oldest city, will fling Visitors Information
retention study group reports evaluating how effectively the more service will be required). En wide its historic city gate Dec. 2 Center. Also at the chamber lot,
than 200 minority programs we have devised are working. signs with DOR of 1 July 1971 and when the USO Council of St. free transportation will be
"It was immediately clear to me..that the Navy has made unac subsequent will be affected. Augustine and St. John's County available to take visitors around
ceptable progress in the equal opportunity area. And that the reason presents its now world-famous town or to Marineland. Buses will
for this failure was not the programs but the fact they were not being ((5)) All other ranks: No annual USO Pal Day. go to Marineland from 8 a.m. to 5
used. change This is the day which the
"At about the same time received. the report some, of the very ((6)) Promotions to Captainand council,along with the assistanceof p.m.Founded in 1565 by the Spanish,
things I feared 28 months ago might come to pass, did, in fact, take Lieutenant Commander. the entire community, sets St. Augustine is now in the midstof
place. delayed by this NAVOP are aside to say a simple "thanks" to a restoration program to
"...These incidents are not.the cause of racial pressures;' rather, expected to be made NLT 1 July the servicemen of our country recreate the historic city as it
'. they. are the manifestations pressures unrelieved. 1973. and their families by providing a was in the middle 1700's.
"...What we'are talking about here is not a call for permissiveness, (Continued to P. 2)) day of entertainment.! Weavers,candle makers, cigar
. or a direction to coddle..Discipline necessary for good order will and The only admission makers, silversmiths, potters,
must be maintained and..each officer and man will be held accountable requirement is that the ser woodworkers and many others
'. for failure to meet the standards of work quality we need WednesdayWill viceman must be in uniform and exhibit their crafts in the Historic
and must have. dependents must have ID cards if St. Augustine section of town-

"I am.speaking to you and, through you, to the Navy's entire BeThursday their husbands or fathers are on distinctive by the narrow,
tours. balcony-dotted streets and
command structure, to emphasize again that this issue of
costumed craftsmen:
The servicemen and their
discrimination be faced openly and fully.
must families or dates will be treated A particular highlight of this
: "...The most destructive influence on the resolution of racial
.visit will be Castillo de
to free admission to the cities year's San
problems is self-deception. It is self-deception to think you can many points of interest, a Marcos, the famous fort built in
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legislate attitudes, You cannot. Jax Next Wednesdaywill complimentary dinner at the 1672 and celebrating its tri-
41f"'j", ". "It is self-deception to feel a program is a reality.It is not. be Thursday for the Ketterlinus Junior High School centennial this year. Young and
:iot!, "It is self-deception to think that the Navy is made up of some Jax Air News. Gym and free .transportation old will delight in visiting this
I::!".> separate species of man-that Navy personnel come fresh to us from Due to the Thanksgivingholiday around town and to Marineland of great fortress, which was never
t '1 some other place than our world-that they come untainted by the Florida, located south of St. captured in battle and is now a
f,:'" ',; .J. prejudices of the society which produced them.They do not. ; the Jax Air News Augustine. national monument under the
;,: >, "It is self-deception to consider all issues involving blacks and will be in your hands on There is plenty of free parking direction of the National Park
'.- whites solely racial in motivation. They are not. Wednesday, Nov. 22 in- with visitors invited to park their Service.
: "And, finally, It Is self-deception to consider the Navy, or any stead of on Thursday.

r. : military organization, as free-wheeling- each his own way'- Therefore-, we ask that What's Inside
I/: civilian society..For a military society to fulfill its purpose every you hand in all articles,
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know his role-and live within it."
man must own Menu P.2 Movies
P.2 ;
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.:' r.: "There must be no substitution of one prejudice for another. TheN ,
.. ." prejudice against good order and discipline is as pernicious as the before Monday noon. r
prejudice of race. Our two-man staff willappreciate Civilian New' P.fi Sports P.21

'" "...What I am asking for.?!is a return to our oldest and most proven all the help you
tradition. Command by leadership." can give us.



,1. "Published by the Holt Publishing, Company which is In no way'connected with the Department of the Navy.Opinions contained here are not official expressionsof .

[[I the Department of the Navy nor do advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised" q

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.... ,.'" of Ham or Pork Sausage Creamed Creamed Ground Beef, Hashed Brown Steaks, Hashed Brown Potatoes,
I Dried Beef, Pastry Bar, 'Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Pastry Bar.DINNERS.
F Vegetable Soup, Country 1.5 p.m. Roast Tom
DINNER
: : BRUNCH I Creole Soup, Salisbury
ti'lmtllli'iL Roast Beef Au Jus, Giblet
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Brown Gravy, Snowflaked
Bar, Lemon Layer Cake, Pineapple Whipped Potatoes, Bread Dressing Gravy
... Pudding. Cranberry Sauce, Buttered Corn, Potatoes, Sausage Bread Dressing,
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SUPPER: Roast Pork Loin, Brown Seasoned Broccoli, Salad Bar, Apple Sauteed Corn, Seasoned Green Beans,
,Nov. 17 Saturday,Nov.18 Gravy, Applesauce, Snowflaked Pie, Vanilla Wafers.SANDWICH Chilled Cranberry Sauce, Salad Bar,
BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice, BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Potatoes, Hot Spiced Beets, Buttered LINE! Submarine Fruit Cake, Pumpkin Pie, MincemeatPie t
Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Green Beans, Salad Bar, ChocolateKrlnkle Sandwiches, Potato Chips, Sliced "Thanksgiving" Cake.
French Toast w.Syrup, Choice of Hamor Order, Griddle Cakes, Choice of Cookies, Pineapple Pudding. Tomato, Onions, Lettuce Leaves,
Pork Sausage, Corned Beef Hash, Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Syrup, Monday, Nov.20 Catsup, Mustard, Salad Dressing,
Hard or Soft Boiled Eggs, Pastry Bar. Hashed Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. BREAKFASTs Chilled Pineapple Dessert Bar.SUPPERi .
DINNER Oyster Stew, Fried Fish BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Cream Potato to Baked Virginia Ham,
Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs
Sticks or El Rancho Stew, Baked Soup, Fried Ham Steaks, French Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup Choiceof Pineapple Sauce, Baked Macaroni w. DOdOa[ I
Macaroni Cheese, Tartar Sauce, Fried Potatoes, Salad Bar, CherryPie Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Minced Cheese, Boiled Cabbage and Carrots,
Buttered Asparagus, Seasoned Sugar Cookies. Beef on Toast Home Fried Potatoes Buttered Peas, Salad Bar, Vanilla
Carrots, Salad Bar, Marble Cake, SUPPERS Southern Fried Chicken, .Pastry Bar, Wafers, Cherry Jello.Thursday oow
Lime Je1l9.SANDWICH. Cream Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, DINNER Cream of Tomato Soup Nov.23 "
LINE Chili Dogs, Cornbread Dressing, Cranberry
Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped Sauce, Buttered Greens, Simmered Roast Beef Au Jus Snowflaked BREAKFAST 7-lOa.m. Apple Juice NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Onions, Dessert Bar. Navy Beans, Salad Bar, Lime Jello, Potatoes, Brown Gravy, Buttered Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order,
Carrots Seasoned Mixed Vegetables, ,Griddle Cakes w.Syrup,
Toast
SUPPER Italian Spaghetti with Cherry Pie. French
Salad Bar, Coconut Cream Pie,
Meat Balls, Parmesan Cheese, Pizza Sunday,Nov. 19 Choice of Grilled .Bacon or Minute Sunday
Pies, Buttered ,Green Beans, Salad BREAKFAST Chilled GrapefruitJuice Cherry Jello.SANDWICH
Bar, Apple Brownie Cookies, Marble Hominy.Grits, Fried Eggs to I, LINE Sloppy Joes on Divine Worship 8:30: a.m.
Potato Personnel
Hamburger Buns Chips
Cake. Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice at All Saints Chapel.
French Fried Potatoes Salad Bar, Church School 9:30: a.m.
r I Relish Tray, Dessert Bar. Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
SUPPER: Grilled Hamburgers or Reductions All Saints Chapel.
Sweet Sour Pork, Steamed Rice, Au Junior Youth Fellowship
JT AX. AI Ft NEWSThe Gratin Potatoes, Buttered Green 12:30: p.m. Senior Youth

Peas, Salad Bar, Applesauce Cake, AnnouncedContinued Fellowship 1:30: p.m.

JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Coconut Cream Pie.Tuesday Evening Worship 7:30
Nov. 21
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato p.m. at the Small Chapel.

Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to ( from P.I ,,}. Tuesday
private firm.All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Order, French Toast w.Syrup, Choiceof Senior Choir Rehearsal 7

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, .NAS Ham or Pork Sausage, Cheese p.m. at Bldg. 750 and
Omelet, Baked Pork and Beans PCS reductions will require
e. Christian Science Service 8p.m.
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Jacksonville; by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News '
Pastry Bar.DINNERBaked. additional actions to remain at the Small Chapel.
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 Suffed Pork Chops,
or 3119. Chicken Gumbo Soup Brown Gravy, within funding'constraints which NAVAL HOSPITAL
Candied Sweet Potatoes, will result in fewer officertand Divine Worship 10 a.m. at
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Chilled Applesauce, enlisted moves in FY-73. St. Lukes.

available. for purchase. use or patronage without regard to Creole Squash, Seasoned Lima Beans, NATTCProtestant

race creed, color national origin or sex of the purchaser Salad Bar, Cake.SANDWICH Chocolate. Cream Pic, I fully realize ancfdeeply regret Worship

user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Applesauce LINE Grilled Ham that the above actions will placean Service Building,500.10:30: a.m.. In

policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the burgers or Cheeseburgers, Potato added burden on our Navy

refusal to print advertising from that source." Chips, Sliced Tomatoes, Onions, people and will call for special CATHOLIC
Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles,
effort on the part of many in
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Mustard, Catsup, Salad Dressing, fulfilling our responsibilities and Saturday Mass 5 p.m. at
Dessert Bar.SUPPERi .
St. Edward's
such should be directed to: Chapel.
concerning tasks. I solicit full
Italian Spaghetti w-Meat your Sunday Mass a.m. and 11
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY 'SauceBaked Lasagna, Garlic Bread, cooperation and understanding in a.m. Dally Mass-Monday,
Pizza,< Parmesan Cheese Seasoned Tuesday, Thursday and
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla, 32210 Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Angel executing the foregoing actions. Friday.11:30 a.m. Wed.
Telephone 388.2755 Food Cake, Strawberry Jello.Wednesday Every effort will be made to nesday Mass 11:30 a.m. at
,Nov.22 minimize the impact of those the Naval Hospital Chapel.

BREAKFASTS Chilled Orange units engaged in deployed Saturday Confessions 4:15:
|L VOL. 30 NO. 35 NOVEMBER 16, 1972 Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to operations. and 5 p.m.
Order, Griddle Cakes with Syrup,
Choice of Bacon or Luncheon: Meat, Signed: Adm. Zumwalt,CNO

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Adm. Duncan Retires ; ShopS



:: ; Lauds Fleet SupportJax SafelyJax

-The following Is a message to all members of the
Atlantic Fleet from Adm. Duncan, who has retired as ( 6 Whether you do your
Christmas
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i CINCLANTFLT after nearly 40 years of commissioned .14' and whether you shop at the Exchange
1 service: or at an off-station store-
j .."I have been the most fortunate of Naval officers, for -one thing to remember is to put
:4 It comes to few to command the Fleet. those packages in the automobile ;
trunk and lock it.
I "It Is the Fleet, In the final analysis, which Is the end
You have put lots of time into
I product and the only reason for the existence of the vast S selecting the gifts and part of

\ Navy system, and I have a natural attachment to the your hard-earned pay as well.
Fleet because I have been in the Atlantic Fleet and with i : Those toys and special gifts for

Fleet activities for about 29 of my nearly 40 years of : 41 your family and friends

commissioned service. represent them stolen too from much your love unlockedcar. to have

"As I haul down my CINCLANTFL f lag, I also take off .i: Don't tempt a burglar.

my hat to each of you. I am, and all the people of our NURSE PROMOTED-Cdr.Mari| an V.Nelson receives new sliver There are no statistics on the
i nation should be, extremely proud of and most grateful oak leaf pins from Cdr. Katherine Wilson,Assistant Chief Nurse after amount of merchandise stolen
i, for your performance. being promoted to her present rank by Capt. Paul Kaufman (Right), from unlocked cars and from
Naval Hospital CO.Galley. locked cars in which articles are
"Each and has made tremendous
!t, man woman efforts left in plain view, but it almost
I f each day and there could be no Fleet without you. certainly runs into the millions of
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\ Vitally important, too, has been the support your Schedules dollars.
':. families have given you and me. It is sincerely ap And there ARE statistics which
t tell about the number of cars
preciated.

"Please accept personal thanks for the superb fobyou Treat season stolen is every an especially year. Christmas bad timeto

all have done. Keep It up." Thanksgiving be without your car! A car

Signed: Admiral Duncan, CINCLANTFLT thief can find as many errands
Jax-Enlisted personnel and their guestt are Invited to have Thanksgiving that need to be done this time of
Dinner at Galley One. the year as you can. Be sure he
doesn't use your car.

Raises The menu: Roast Tom Turkey, Roast Beeau Jus, Giblet Gravy, The Insurance Information
Brown Gravy, Snow/Iaked Potatoes, Sausage Bread Dressing, Institute warns that a large
Sauteed Corn, Sea Green Beans,Chilled Cranberry Sauce, Salad Bar, proportion of the 941,600 autos
1 the stolen last year were easy thefts
I Fruit Cake, Pumpkin Pie, Mincemeat Pie, Ice Cream, Hot Dinner because the owner either left his
Rolls, and Holiday Punch. keys in the car or left the door
dough. unlocked.If .

For planning purposes, please make your reservations by calling you'd like to have your car
Ext.33"2) or 3669 by Nov.20.Dinner will be served from'-5 p.m. throughout the holidays be sure
Take stock In America. to lock it and pocket the keys.


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Recently promoted to Chief
Aviation Storekeeper was JamesP. a
Boyd of NAMTD Cecil Field.
ATC D.L.Bryan receives congratulations from the CO of NAS Cecil,
Captain Marshall,for his promotion to CPO. Bryan has served twelve
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to argeant.Mrs. Donaldson had the honor of pinning on the chevrons.
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For the best deal I in a DK2 Marcial F. Lopez was AQ3 R. H. Jackson recently extended his career with the Navy byk'f'
> NEWOR USED CAR sworn in for THREE more years reenlisting for SIX years. Attending the ceremonies were his wife
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Why The Quest TRAFFICVIOLATIONS


For Bla c Identity? ,


By Jax -The following is a reportof
TSgt.RayMcCleese N motor vehicle accidents and
Minority Affairs Counsel traffic violations for the period of
Jax-"Who steals my history?"Inquired Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, Oct. 30-Nov. 5.Number.
in words which symbolically represent the cry of the black man in of Accients
contemporary America. This period 14
The question is a cruel one. A man who lacks historical identity is This period a year ago 11
severely handicapped. A man who cannot relate his own experiencesto Total accidents this year 343
a past in which the weaknesses and strengths, the follies and Total accidents through this
wisdoms are in part his own is bereft of perspective.In period last year 294
the United States, past and present, the Mro. erlcan was the Total number of days since last
only indidividual who was denied his history.I personally have no idea e injury in a motor vehicle accident
of where in Africa my people came from. My great-grandmotherwas a ; 5
slave; so was great-grandfather; and so goes the Negro's family Number of days since an injury
history in America,beginning and ending on a bill of sale. last year at this time 135
In contrast to the millions of immigrants who settled in this country Number Violations
only the African was prevented from retaining his culture, his ACCIDENT FREE-As other transport squadron COS look on, Capt. This period 72
language, his historic links with his continent. The slave owners, James Prucha (Left),skipper of VR-54 from NAS Atlanta receives the Speeding 21
fearful of rebellions, systematically separated members of the same Naval Air Reserve Aviation Safety Award Plaque from RAdm. JamesD. Reckless driving 1
tribe. White Christians, fearful of their souls, felt the need to destroy Ramage, head of the Naval Air Reserve Force. VR-54, formerly Going through stop sign 9
the religion of the African. designated VR-50,was home-based here at NAS Jax until earlier this Other Violations 41
Having been stripped of his past, the Afro-American was forbidden Thirty-five drivers appeared
equal participation in a present.The Negro was made the outsider, the before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
.shunned man in America.He became the invisible man. year.Newly Bills Nov.9.Disposition of the cases
"Invisible", that is, as a being equal in dignity and potential. What Signed included the following:
was visible was a stereotyped figure of a comic clown or a primitiveman Twelve lost driving and
capable of physical violence and great sexual prowess. parking privileges aboard the
History books portrayed the African as slave from the moment he Up Vet BenefitsJax station for various periods; Eight
set foot on Jamestown soil in 1619-a statement of utter nonsense to were assigned to complete an
who knows of the complex between the in. remedial
anyone relationship Englishand eight-hour course
President Nixon has into law
Africans those crucial decades.It signed recently driving; Fourteen received
was contended that the institution of slavery was advantageous to several bills that greatly increase benefits to veterans, suspensions; Six were given
the slave. In the rationalization of words of the South Carolina Black the Veterans Administration reports. warnings; Two were dismissed;
Code of the 18th century,the African was "of barbarous, wild, savage The one bill that will affect another $18 per month. Ten were fined (U. S.
natures" wholly unfit to govern himself. most veterans immediately is an President Nixon also signed Magistrate); and Two were
Slavery benefited the African, wrote one historian in a widely used increase in the educational allow legislation authorizing$25 million referred to commanding officers
college text on the Old South, because "In America, the Negroes were ance for veterans attending .a year over the next seven yearsin for possible disciplinary action.
probably healthier than in Africa, lived in superior houses, had school under the G. I. Bill. VA grants to help build eight Sixteen drivers were assessed
medical attention, and came into contact with the Christian religion". The rate has been $175 per new medical schools financed 42 traffic points.
Ignored were the slave revolts, slave defiance of authority, the month for a single veteran attending mostly by state governments, but
runaways and the brutality of the system. The Afro-American's role school full-time. This which would use VA land and *
.in the national wars, the building of the country, explorations and rate has been increased to $220 hospital facilities.
scientific discoveries, the westward movement and the expansion of per month. The law also authorizes $50 An eligible veteran who has
the popular culture were unmentioned.Few were taught of the beauty The increase was effective with million a year for seven years to not completed elementary or
of black folklore, humor, prose, poetry and language. the check due veterans on the make grants to expanding state high school may receive VA
If the black man was ignorant of a significant portion of his history, first of this month, and is retro medical schools and for aid to educational assistance without
so, too, was the white man. After all, he was also a product of our active to Sept. 1. The bill also college education courses in the charge to his basic entitlement.
educational systems. Now, however, as witnessed by the struggle at calls for monthlv oavments to be health services field.
various lnstitutions'this situation is being dramatically changed. made one mo th'.in advance
Beginning with the civil rights struggle and continuing' with the instead of at the end of the month. NEW TO THE BASE?
urban riots and the black power movement, the black revolution has As in the past, the veteran will
been underway. Mass demonstrations, jailings and beatings, not be called upon to do anything your /!/J@&fl@l1lI/fJJ@JJ/li&b
thousands of meetings and considerable introspection have profoundly to receive an increase in allot
altered the black man's conception of himself, his race and his past. ment. It will be an automatic can provide additional fundsDomestic

There is a powerful sense of group identity, an awakened pride in payment. Finance is set up to make sure your
accomplishments. There is a fierce dignity in being black, as mani A veteran with one dependent money needs are handled the way you want them.
fested in the cult of "soul", the,wearing of African dress, the learningof and who is attending school on a Call or come in-we'll do the rest.
African languages, the slogan "Black is Beautiful", the expressive full-time basis will receive an .wry;
humor and the confrontations. Especially is the black man aware that increase of ash a month or a total \fu OMESTIC FINANCE S .
his position in society is no longer static and confining.In of $261. Veterans having two .
short, Black Awareness', Black History, Negro Revolution, etc, dependents will receive $298 'a CORPORATION SINCE nn
are means by which blacks have set out to capture their past and the month,. and for each additional 8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE LOANS TO UOO THE PHONE BOOK
first step is to protest the past as it has previously been presented.Some dependent the allowance will ..beS'S


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Civilian Cafeteria MenuMonday F 'a

,Nov.20 Sweet and Sour Sauce, Macaroniand Stuffed Peppers, Creole Sauce 7 p
Minestrone Soup, Fried Meat Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped oz. Chopped Sirloin, Liver with
Chicken, Braised Shortribs with Sirloin, Fish.Mashed Onions.
Cabbage, Beef Ravioli, 7 oz.
Mashed Potatoes French
Chopped Sirloin, Mackeral Potatoes, French ,
Patties. Fried Potatoes, Rice with Gravy, Fried Potatoes, Rice with Gravy, 1
Mashed Potatoes, French Spinach, Okra and Tomatoes, Mustard Greens, Green Lima .J
M+Mi r
Great Northern Beans. Beans, String Beans.Combination .
Fried Potatoes, Rice with Gravy,
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Turnip Greens, Corn, Black Combination Salad, Tossed Salad, Tossed 4
Eyes. Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
Combination Salad, Tossed Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello,
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain
Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Cottage Cheese, Carrot and Cottage Cheese, Cole Slaw, Tuna
Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain Raisin, Beet and Onion. Salad.
Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad,
Cucumber and Tomatoes. Almond Cream Pie, Boston Apple Pie, Pumpkin Pie,
Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Assorted Strawberry Short Cake, Assorted
Pie, Coconut Layer Cake, Pudding. Puddings.
Assorted Puddings.

Tuesday,Nov.21 Wednesday,Nov.22 CAFETERIA WILL BE MANY HAPPY RETURNS- pi.A.J.Yates, NARF CO, briefs VE
Tomato Soup, Roast Beef with Vegetable Soup, Roast Turkey CLOSED THRUSDAY AND Seminar participants on the monetary returns obtainable by applying
New Potatoes, Pork Cutlets with with Dressing, Trout Almondine, FRIDAY.Transition. Value Engineering.



Award Nominations NARF $eminar



Being AcceptedJax CourseJax The NAS Jax $tirs $avingsAnnual

Transition Site, in
Nominations are now be an incentive for increased cooperation with Florida savings in excess of $450,000 will be realized

being accepted for the William A. interest and high level performance Junior College, will con- when the team recommendations resulting from the
Jump Memorial Award. in this field and add duct "How to Value Engineering (VE) Seminar hosted by NARF late
a course on
The award is presented annually quality and integrity to the public
last month are implemented.Capt. .
GetAJob"Nov.27-Dec. 1
in recognition of out service.
A. J. Yates, NARF CO, lecturer and explained how the
standing service in the field of Information or assistance In from 1-4 p.m.
public administration and for preparing nominations may be Cost of enrollment is $2 launched the seminar by briefing NARF VE Program interfaceswith
notable contributions in this fieldto obtained by calling Mr. Ray and interested attendees on the results whichcan the Navy and Department of
the efficiency and quality of Datres, Incentive Awards Administrator personnel be obtained by using VE Defense programs.P.S. .
should contact the transi- served
Wade
the public service. at 772-3255. techniques.The as training
The award provides special Nominations should be completed tion Site Office at 772-3272 seminar provided trainingin coordinator.The .
recognition and encouragementfor and submitted to the to enroll. the principles and techniquesof 12 department and division
sustained interest, growthand Civilian Personnel Department, Value Engineering as used in VE Coordinators within NARF
development in the ,field of Attn: Mr. Datres, Box 22, Naval performing a functionally have the responsibilities of
public administration.This Air Station, Jacksonville,Floridanot oriented analysis of all elementsof keeping abreast of the VE
public recognition should later than Nov. 24, !1972. I design, procurement, Programs within their assignedareas
ffoS', r manufacturing,maintenance and and working with the

Itiii.X.t. procedures.The NARF VE Manager on potential
'-. .) overall objective of each VE projects and in areas where

WILSON Pontiac project team was to provide an savings can be realized.
SPR7NGS item equal to the assigned functions These representatives are: A.
DEER ,yet at the lowest total cost. F. Ziegler, P. N. Medlock, K. A.
100% GUARANTEED USED CARS The instructional team 'was Beier, J., W. Tweeddale, C. L.

71 CHEVROLET Vt ton P.U. ESTATES headed by M. J. McKelvie, Thomas, R. J. Kemen, LCdr. P.
72 PONTIAC LEMANS 2 dr. Custom Cab, V-6, P.S., tor. ...ATKEYSTONE Facility VE Manager. The other J.Gallagher,E.G.Shettel,Sr.,J.
H.T.. Pallisade Green with bohydramatlc & factory air, HEIGHTS team members were J. M. W. Andrews, W. H. Gentry,T. E.
black air &Interior power., Low equipped mileage.with long Sharp.wheel base. Extra MOBILE HOMESITESCLYDE Harris, F. L. Crosby, J. W. Andrews Stringfellow 'and H. C. Ward.In .

I W. SIMPSON & CO. D. A. Scott and D. W. addition, D. W. Bienkowskiand
$3195 Bienkowski.W. G. W. Meyers served as
2795 REALTOR 356-6849 T. Baker, NAVAIR- seminar coordinators for their

SYSCOMREPLANT, was guest respective commands. Each
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representative provided at least
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sedan burgandy with black
I 72 PONTIAC LUXURY. Interior, equipped with I one project for the seminar
H.T.
LEMANS 2 dr.
factory air & power. Extra studies.
Wilderness Green with Black
Vinyl Top, 'fully equipped clean.. SORRY. The teams presented their
including factory air & AM. study findings to management.
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FM Stereo Radio. Priced to $2195
31.The
go. seminar was concluded by
BUT WE'RE TEMPORARILY.
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presentation of Completion of
'3495 VOLKSWAGON Squareback Wagon,blue with Training Certificates by Cdr. H.
black Interior, equipped with C. North, Jr., NARF Executive
automatic transmission. )J Officer,to the following students:
Priced minded. for the economy R. E. Altwater, J. H. Baggett,

71 BUICK SKYLARK 2 dr. 6rVSOLD H.M.Bailey,G.H. Barrow,K.A. ,I
H.T., Wilderness Green with $ 1195tt Beier,J.Bowman,F. G. 'Brooks,
factory White top air,8.equipped power with W. A.Buczek,J.E. Donnelley,L.
V. Duncan, G. E. Flinn, F. F.
I $ dr.DODGE sedan, DART'equipped Custom with 4 I Fox, A.F.Fragale,J.M.Fraser,
2895 factory air & radial tires. M. Gonzales, J. P. Hagan, A. H.
Extra sharp. Hall, B. L. Mangum, G. W.
Meyers, R. D. Santangelo, B.
I 70 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 2 1495 i idr. Lr.OUT Siegel, L. F..Simonetta and J. D.
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Pressed For Time ? ,!



Jax Do you need more time to get started in college

than is authorized in an early separation program?

Does your prospective employer want you to start
work a couple of weeks before expiration of your
enlistment contract?

If so and you have leave on the books and your com-

mand can spare you, regardless of location, you may '
take leave of less than' 30 days on your way to a

separation activity.To .
further assist you in your return to civilian life, you
may elect to be transferred to a separation activity of

your choice, at no additional cost to the government, as
designated in BUPERS Manual articles 3810260. During the fighting in
during World WarII
This eliminates the requirement to return to your Italy Japanese-Americans or

present command at expiration of leave for separation Nisei of the 442nd Regi-

processing. mental Combat Team Buffered -
Personnel are cautioned, however, that reporting in at 9,486 casualties in
a separation activity earlier than seven days to allow for seven major campaigns,
separation is not authorized.For more than 300 per cent of

full details, read BUPERSNOTE 1050 of Sept. 19. its original infantry
I strength including 600
ADDING TO THE UNIFORM Lt. Gregory A. Parker, Asst. dead. Some of the men
Without AdvertisingYou ROICC, adds the Navy Commendation Medal to his uniform with the had three Oak Leaf Clus-
help of his wife, Beth. Lt. Parker earned the medal while serving as
ters their Purple Heart
on
Wouldn't Know Public Affairs Officer at Naval Facilities Engineering Command
medals.
Headquarters. More than 18,000 indi-
vidual decorations for val-
or were won by the men
This man of the 442nd, including one
Medal of Honor, 52 Distin-

was just asked to waitforanotherflight. one Medal guished Distinguished, 560 Service Silver Crosses Service Stars,

and Oak Leaf Clusters in
:
lieu of second medals, 22
Legions of Merit, 15 Sol-
diers' Medals, some 4,000
Bronze Star Medals, and
If time is money, Eastern's 1,200 Oak Leaf, Clusters,
Leisure ClassTmay be the most profit- 12 French Croix de Guerres -
able way you could waste your time. and two Palms to the
Leisure Class costs the same as Croix de Guerre,two Italian
you'd pay for a military reservation Medals for Military
coach ticket (% regular coach fare). Valor, plus nearly 9,500
But we don't guarantee you'll get on -- Purple Hearts includingOak
your scheduled flight because Leisure Leaf Clusters.As .
Class is a conditional reservation.If \ ; a unit, the 442d won
you do it's the same as Coach.If 43 Division Commendations -
Coach is full, you may fly First 13 Army Commen-
Class. (Without paying anything extra.) is ( dations, two Meritorious
Here comes the good part: If the Service Unit Placques and
whole plane is full, you won't get on at seven Presidential Distin-
all. But, you get your money back. And iLy1Q ,7 ,F rSf guished Unit Citations,
we put you on the very next flight that, the last of which was affixed -
has seats available to your destination. by President tru-
There are a couple of qualifica- man in a ceremony at the
tions. Leisure Class does not apply to ::4; White House.In .
some reduced fare tickets. Or to the awarding the Citation
Air Shuttle* or Bermuda,Jamaica, i a President Truman
Mexico and Bahama flights.Or $ : Lir said, "You fought not only
when the originally scheduled enemy, but you fought
plane is grounded due to adverse, prejudice-and you won.
weather conditions, failureor
equipment
Keep up that fight, and we
equipment substitutions. t-tIn will continue to win "
order to qualify for a free ride, l : tb; :
ask for a Leisure Class reservation and _
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present your ticket at the boarding : > X
gate twenty minutes before flight time. Lj : :
And if you have to wait, it will be from Bat GirlsArrive
several minutes to several hours. But if
you've got more time than money, you
probably won't mind at all. .0 3iQ>9
Call Eastern or your JAMTO
office for more details. (As if you didn't
have enough already.) Jax -The first meeting of the
VP-24 "E" Wives was held
Tuesday, Nov. 7, at the home of
Jan Coughlin, club president.
e EASTERN
Plans were made for a lun
The Wings of Maa cheon for Mrs. Doherty and Mrs.
J ,Demand, a Sloppy Joe and Bake
The W_of Mae it e rtjivitrtd ttrvicc mart uf EjMcm Air Lmct.IncEastern's
Sale and a Christmas party.

.f'.1ccif kf The Sloppy Joe and Bake Sale
r will be held Nov. 20 in VP-24's
:" a ;f: spaces in Hangar 1000 starting at

: :'rryryr 9 a.m. This Is a joint effort bet-.
ween the "E"Wives and the "0"
'Ff'.j I'' ..,.,... Wives.Proceeds will go toward a
't Christmas party for all children
,, a iC of VP-24 personnel.The .
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;. ;. t. will be a
1 .' planning meeting for the
A-
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will be held at the home of Teri

; Leisure Class. If we make you wait,we won't make you pay. Sauerwein, 8437 Barracuda.For .

further information,please
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Jax Care Center iiiy11 ij--: aim CPO Wives



Makes A ChallengeBy F }' 1 1 i I IJ s l Bazaar .


CWO-1 Roger Leasure Jax The CPO Wives
Jax-The last workshop for 1972 will be held at the NAS Jacksonville Club will hold a Christmas
CARE Center,Bldg.451,from Nov.27 through Dec. 1.
... The staff of the CARE Center is inviting-ln fact challenging-all Bazaar today from 10 a.m.
those who can possibly attend to do so. Our challenge is this-you come to 8 p.m. at the Navy
and give your undivided attention to the business of this Workshop, Exchange Mall.
and we guarantee you will leave with many valuable tools with which
to conduct your future professional and private life. JAX M HELPS LIBRARY-Mrs. Thomas Bennett (CLeft), presidentof Items on sale will include -
The schedule of events is intentionally not disclosed In advance-this the Jax 86 Wives Club, presents I check from the club to Mrs. Christmas wreaths,
would rob the attendees of the pleasure of experiencing the Workshop. DeLoach, librarian at the mainslde library, as Mrs. Ronald Celmer baked goods and a wide
((2nd from Right), Jax 86 vce president, and Mrs. Gan-
For that is exactly what the Workshop Is-an experience in life, rather Raymond variety of other Christmas
than a teaching situation. thner, Jax 86 recording secretary, look on. The chick will be used to

We can tell you,however,that some of the"wares"on display In our buy books for the library items.

"shop" Include self-awareness, understanding of others, insight,
counselling techniques and knowledge in the area of "what's hap

pening These-and now".much more-can be all yours for the low, low price of ,< .'\
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patience, attentiveness, receptiveness and cooperation. And ALL .. '", ; ; .: ;
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The number of people who can be accomodated at the Workshop is I : .J IIJ
unlimited-as are the types of people. Attendance is open to all ,,..'
military, from E-l through 0-10, and civilians, regardless of age, sex, "
race, religion, status or whatever else there is that tends to classify c .
people. So bring the wife, girlfriend, boyfriend or even children ((16 FOR.
years of age or over).
Attendees at our last Workshop ranged from an Airman Recruit
member of the Navy Drug Exemption Program through secretaries,
senior counselors, to several residents of the Penney Farm
Retirement Home.There is no one who cannot find something of valueto i T THANKSGIVING DINNER
"buy" in the Workshop.The .
first four days, Monday through Thursday will run from 9 a.m.
to approximately 8 p.m. with breaks from noon to 1:30: p.m. and from
4-6 p.m. Comfortable civilian attire is the "uniform of the day".
Friday's activities should be concluded by 10 a.m.

The dynamics of the Workshop are such that full benefit can only be I **, ..." ,
gained through total attendance. It is therefore recommended that ..i, .I''"
be to allow for .,
plans arranged attendance at all events.If \ '"
possible, we would prefer to know of your intention to attend-but, .' t: .j ;
if for any reason you can'tget theword thus,come anyway.We enjoy a r.,;J' t'\k. ..,1
good challenge, too. Callus at 772-2900 or 772-3507 for any additional gslyi dr'>'''1''J'i'' .
information. I .(:Y;' : 'I I'I
Plan to attend the Workshop and bring a friend-or all of them. But if ,: .;
you just can't make it,drop in at the CARE Center for a cup of coffee .'I ,,,
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and a little rap anytime. We dare ya. .
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A test of a worldwide Ecology Spot Report
system will be conducted by selected Navy fleet units JA

during the six-month period which began Nov. 1. Give Mother a day off

The environmental reporting all sources; biological events,
system will use the widespread such as the presence of non-
operations of the Navy as a typical numbers of healthy or I to enjoy Thanksgiving
vehicle for reporting evidence of dead fish or plant life; air \
pollution and unusual occurenceson pollution phenomena; volcanic
the high seas which might activity and astrophysicalevents .
with
her
otherwise go unnoticed. such as meteor falls or i family. \
Data collected will be providedto fireballs of unknown origin.In .
federal environmental a previous message to the
organizations for evaluation and Navy (Z-114)), the Chief of Naval (i6 Join us for Turkey and Dressing or our Ham
subsequent study. Civilian Operations envisioned this reportto Dinner with all the trimmings being served from
scientists throughout the world be "of vital importance to the
will also receive the Navy's Spot expansion and analytical use of I noon until 10pm in the Ring of Flame and,Galley' ,
Reports from the Center for the world's environmental data Royale Restaurants. '
Short-Lived Phenomena of the base." .
Smithsonian Institute. Admiral Zumwalt also expressed -
his personal concern for '"

Included in a published list of protection of the environmentand STEAK AND LOBSTER Mix Your Own
sightings to report are: water urged Navymen everywhereto I WILL BE SERVED FREE SALAD and
pollution and discoloration from share this concern., All the Beer You
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she knows that it's best not to discuss vital information over the
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Jax Singing and promoting your first record is a lot fun-and. work, too. If :, .., f ',,'
i you don't believe it,just ask YN2 Wayne Douglas of NARU Reserve Personnelhe's ,' "' .;j'.".. \ .. 4...,:" ,."
doing it right now. -"... '
YN2 Douglas, a nine-year memorable experience. I had a perform, YN2 Douglas said, "I \.Ii'
Navyman, recently recorded a lot of fun." hope to enhance my career as a FRA '
91
Auxiliary
religious folk ballad written by The record is being promotedin singer by appearing publicly.
Bud Reneau entitled "The Hole four states besides Florida, He has no immediate recording
That Holds The Bones." including Connecticut, Penn- plans, being content to wait for Plans Feast
sylvania, Michigan and the results of this record. Holiday
The song deals with the need Louisiana. What does it take to be an effective -
for men to live together in harmony singer? According to
and for the sake of helpingone Petty Officer Douglas is doing Douglas, "You should put your Jax The Ladies Auxiliary of the Fleet Reserve
another.It goes on to say thatno much of his own promoting by whole self into the singing of a Association, Unit 91 is honoring the widows of the Unit
matter who we are, death will selling copies of the record and song.When you open your mouth with a dinner Sunday, Nov. 19 at 2 p.m. at 5391 Collins
take all races and classes of by introducing the record to you should have the audience Road.
people to "the hole that holds the various radio stations in the local captured."
bones". area. Douglas says the responseof For the present, Douglas must All Branch 91 and Unit 91 members and their guestsare
Commenting on the two and local stations has been quite be content to continue his voice invited to attend.
one-half-hour recording session, good. training and wait patiently on the
Douglas said, "It was a Hoping to continue to sing and public's response to his record. The ladies (excluding widows) are asked to bringa
covered dish to complement the turkeys being
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Taking this teat should give you some idea of how troversy among black people in the United States during 3. The first "wetbacks" crossed into America:
much or little you know about Afro-American historyand the late nineteenth century was: a. At Ciudad Juarez in 1846. ,.
culture. a. Ralph Bunche. b. Booker T. Washingtonc. b. At TiaJuana in 1922. '* .
1. According to recent national surveys, the designa- Benjamin Franklin. d. Geo. Washington Carver. c. At Plymouth Rock In 1620. .. .' .I ;; ...
tion acceptable to the majority of people of African 8. "Playing the dozens" involves: d. At Nuevo Laredo in 1882. .. \
ancestry in America is; a. Shooting marbles. b. Throwing dice. 4. To Chicanos "carnal" means: .
a. Black. b. AfroAmericanc. Harassing the Police a. Butcher. b. Used car salesman.
,Negro. d. Afram e. Colored. d. Exchanging nasty remarks with referrals to c. Sports car. d. Bcotli r.
2. The currently accepted symbol of status in the black maternal parentage. 5.. "La Jura" refers to:' '". *
community' is ownership of: 9. The people of African ancestry who were brought to, a. An Anglo Jury. 'fi
a., A Honda a. An English racer. America in 1619 served as: b. A popular people's song of the 20's. *,
c. A "Hog." d. A Deuce-and-Quarter.; a. Workers with the Spanish explorers. c. The cops. .
3. "Soul on Ice" is about the life of: b. Indentured servants. c. Slaves. d. Traders. d. A freedom fighter in Mexican history. .
a. "Rap" Brown d. Stokely Carmichael. 10. Translate the following paragraph: Man, I just 6. The 12th of December is: ,'. ;

c. Malcolm X. d. Eldridge Cleaver seen Joe, talk about rigid. Somebody eased into his a. Cesar Chavez' birthday. ";.. .t y:
e. Martin Luther King, Jr. crib and swung with his vee, all his ,vines and even b. The day of the Virgen de Guadalupe. .. t
4. A soul-food dinner would most likely include all but his sides. c. Mickey Mouse's birthday. '*>j* :
one of the following: d. The anniversary of the "pachuco" riots in Los
a. Collard greens. b. Candied sweet potatoes.c. ANSWERS: 1. (b), 2. (d means a 225 Buick), 3, (d), Angeles.
Corn bread. d. Chitterlings 4. (e), 5. (e), 6. (e), 7. (b), 8. (d), 9. ((10. Man, I just '7. A "Frajo" is a:
saw Joseph, and he was angry 1 Somebody broke into
e. Green peas and carrots. a. Short handled hoe. b. Cigarette.
5. The term "the man" has frequently been used by his apartment and stole his television, all his clothes c. Car. d. Drink made with tequilla.
black people to refer to: and even his records. 8. Of the four-year college enrollment in California
a. Any member of the white establishment. Taking this test should give you some idea of how about per cent consists of Chicanos:
b. Local authority. c. Any white man. much or little you know about Mexican.American his- a. 02. b. 15. c. 20. d. 05.
d. The police. e. All the above tory and culture. ANSWERS: 1. (c), 2. (b), 3. (c), 4. (d), 5. (c), 6. (b),
6. Negroes fought in which of the following wars: 1. Black is to Negro as Chicano is to: 7. (b), 8. (a). Based upon the number of correct responses -
a. The French and Indian War.b. a. Chinese. b. Latin.c. you can determine how close you are to the
The American Revolution War.c. Mexican-American. d. Chicano. Chicano culture: ((8-9)), You are probably a Chicano;
The Civil War. d. The War of 1812.e. 2. On May 5 Chicanos celebrate: ((7-8)), High-scoring for a non-Chicano; ((4.6)), Contact
AH of these. f. None of These. a. Mexico's independence from Spain.b. your nearest Chicano Studies Department; ((0-5)), You.
7. The man who by his pronouncements and influence The battle of Puebla. c. Chinese New Year.d. are culturally deprived.
on education and race relations provoked much con- The death of the Frite Bandito. MEDCOM EXAMINER-European( Med-Com)

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j'1 Veterans Administration rep. Jax-The new Navy Jax Toastmasters Club will meet
e4. 1 1r resentatives provide i bedside
4* } counseling on benefits for serv- every Tuesday at the Officers Club at 11:45.:
icemen at 184 miliary hospitalsas All officers and civilian personnel authorized to use
well as orientation for returnees the Officers Club are invited to join the "Men On The
at 300 separation points.
Move" at their weekly meetings.
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WATER SAFETY is something that's easily accomplished at
Northwest Florida's !Miracle Strip. As long as pretty Gloria Starris Q a Q s get tI1NU1); Il/I11E!
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signs on the dotted line for six more years as Capt. E.R.Sourbeer, ADRI BARNEY McGETTIGAN signed on the dotted line for two PT
FICEUR CO, looks on. Since the RM rate falls under the VRB more years at VP-45.
Program, RM3 Me Bryde had many good reasons to be pleased.

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a mobile home is that it

isn't. Mobile, that is. When you

pet beyond the 12-footer class-

and most of those being sold today X ?


acquire fall many into this features ca.tegory-you not item- Y Iai a r' LF t

ized in the sales brochures. ( Oo ". ,, '.'.. '. ?

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Supposedly, the principal reasons y

for investing in the trans

portable dreamboat are its mo-

bility and its economy. 0 ,
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With a few bucks down, you --
have a home of your very own.
transit will be predicated upon The labels the
conveyor causeas
Then, when your travel orders .
attachment you might have fora <
"structural failure. And a1
through just drop the
come you
special gift from Aunt Min or guess who is stuck with the
and take off like
wheels
a
gyp- souvenirs from 1.' ti ..
Baja tab
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and Uncle Sam will pick any ,- A v ti -
sy, up any other intrinsic, associationyou 4, yfif't S f ,7, .11. Y'r w 1 iI K .4
the tab, right? Well, not quite. might have with
your
For instance, let's take a household goods. NEWLY-FOUND FRIEND-AA Elmer 0. Perkins shakes hands (or
hard, cold look at what Uncle Military transportation ex- he last week at the Stevens
perts agree that in most in- should we say, tall) with a friend acquired
actually pays. It is a flat 74 Is tall as Perkins.
stances the mobile home is nota Lake Target Area-a rattlesnake that nearly as
cents per mile, no matter what; The government, however, sound investment for the av- Perkins won't have to worry about his friend running away either.He's

the average conveyor of mobile will foot the bill if loss is due to enlisted The advan- dead. Who was it that said "The best friendships are short-lived".",
erage man.
homes charges around $1.08 per tornadoes, earthquakes or mon- .,."
tages are few, the pitfalls
mile. soons and such. It happenedjust

last month when one many. Don't Read This F:

man's dreamboat was completely ,

Then let's take a look at the splintered by a tornado. The Many states will not allow a

tires. They've Only got about rubbish collector picked up the mobile structure exceeding 12 Almost anything goes in advertising these days. All of it designed,
40 miles them and have been remains and Uncle Sam pickedup feet in width travel their
on to of course, to grab your attention and motivate you to buy. .this.. or
the tab.
jacked up for about two years.So their highways. The govern- that particular product. ':'

tires are the least of your ment's allowable 74 cents per Some of the ads are sophisticated. Some as corny as the old trickof

worries, right? But the record shows that mile will never cover the actual covering a show window except for one peep hole, then putting

"acts of God" in the transportation towing costs, even for the up a sign, "Don't look in here." That one still works, and so does

*JL ** of mobile homes are few smaller units. the one of labeling a printed message "Don't read this." You know

Wrong.. The rubber on them and far between.So about that one.
has long since "died," and if Human nature being what it is, most of us cant' resist the urge

you're going more than a coupleof And, of course, there is no to take a quick peek or read what's supposedly forbidden.
hundred miles, they'll never reimbursable allowance for tra- Human nature comes into play again around such warning signs as

make it. And the grease on the fellow travelers, be fore- vel preparations, such as new "Danger Keep Out," "Keep Off," "Authorized Employees Only,"

wheel bearings is dead, too. Af- warned. Before you purchaseany tires removing and repacking "No Smoking," "Exit Only," "Hold Handrail." They're an invita-

ter a little high speed travel, a supposedly transportable wheel bearings, lashing down tion to some of the more adventurous to tempt fate. Testing a

dry wheel bearing could burn domicile, check carefully with furniture and appliances. And "Wet Paint" sign may not hurt you but tangling with some of these

out or freeze, dumping the mo- your transportation officer. He'll the evaluation of any items lostor other warnings could be serious.
bile home all over the freeway. tell it like it really is. damaged or destroyed in Curb the urge to do what the sign says not to do

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t c"I : ; NEX Ready For Xmas Rush ui I I I


Jax-During the holiday shopping period, the Navy Exchange will be crowded

I({ ;. with Christmas shoppers. Extra sales personnel will be added to assist you with ASS THE CALORIES!

your holiday shopping and to expedite movement throughout the retail store. PEOPLE SUFFERING FROM ( .4\

,,\ However, the Exchange expects to be crowded, no matter how fast the sales DESIRE BULIMIA TO(EAT THE;MORBID HAVE 1 t/

clerics work. BEEN KNOWN 10
f The Exchange asks its utensils make useful and attractive Men always appreciate new CONSUME 384 IS SIX GAYS i
OF FOOD
customers to make shopping holiday gifts. wallets, cigarette lighters, after- '
easier for everyone by showing a Music'Gifts shave lotions, cuff links and tie //
.. little patience and consideration The Exchange's Music Center tacks, attache cases and um ;
t,1 to their fellow man (or woman) provides a melodious medley of brellas. o
during the frenzied days ahead- Christmas gift ideas. Special ? r
J In keeping with the spirit of Christmas albums, containing Bright, seasonal wrappingpaper
\ I Christmas. religious, novelty or popular ribbons and tape add a r
t Shopping early for your gifts songs of the season can add to the festive note to your Christmas
tt t will also help.Early shoppers cant holiday feeling.Selfcontained. gift-giving. Be sure to have an GET A GRIP...

t avoid some of the'"Crush" that stereo units, ample supply on hand when ON/ VOUR WAY MONEY!/ NMEN THE YOU PAYROLL NEAR
normally takes place as the amplifying every musical sound wrapping your presents.The SAVINGS PECPt4 COMPtAJ1 'IT'LT 60&"
holiday approaches.The can provide many hours of en- IW6GS5T THEY(AND YOU!) JOIN
Navy Exchange will be joyable music for that "special THE pt.VROLL SAVINGS ENJOY PLAN
Christmas Wrap and Card WHERE THEY WOIl/(AND
: highlighting many different person" on your gift list. If you Center is located in the lobby of TUB BENEFITS OF U.S. fMVINGS
items from now until Christmasto want something more compactand BONDS I
the old gymnasium in Bldg.3 and
help you select the right gifts convenient, stereo tape offers complete selection of 000000New
for relatives and friends. players offer excellent a
,* Specially-marked Christmas reproduction quality for all typesof holiday items. 3
will lead the to music.
displays way For Car Buffs PS
convenient and economical Bangles, bangles and more
The Navy Exchange Service
( Christmas shopping. bangles are the glittering fashion Station is the ideal place to get I1'
When the youngsters completetheir news in'bracelets this season. some excellent ideas. Car '
Christmas lists for Santa These inexpensive gift items will speaker systems,socket sets, test /MPORTI
Claus, the North Pole is only a dazzle any young lady on your and auto U.9. NAVAL HERO, JOHN
equipment, gauges tape .
PAUL JONES WA9 BORN W
short distance away when ,you Christmas shopping list. players are just some of the .r SCOTLAND AND NEVER BECAME A
visit'' the Exchange's Toyland. values available. NATURALIZED AMERICAN CITIZEN.1i !
There you'll find a selection of Finding the right gift for Dad t \

educational, hobby and good old- can sometimes be quite a Holiday time is entertainmenttime
r fashioned fun toys. Some of the problem. He usually has enough and your Navy ExchangeFood
most popularly advertised shirts, ties and socks. For Services Department is
national brand-name toys are something really special this ready to help you through the Career OpenedIn
being offered at very attractive year, the family's "do-it- holiday hustle. Whether you're
prices. yourselfer"might appreciate one planning a gala party or just a
The Flsher world of the fine tools now on the
-Spassky power "lift" after a busy day of Medical FieldHealth
championship chess tournamenthas market. Power drills, electric Christmas shopping, your Food
touched off a chess boom saws or any of the other compact Service facility can help you.
throughout the country. For the power tools can solve the career opportunitiesfor trists engaged in, private prac-
new devotees of this stimulatinggame problem of what to get Dad. The Candlelight Restaurant is men and women with one or tice, although career opportun.
,a chess set would make an available for large and small two years specialized training sties are also available In opto
ideal Christmas gift. Last Minute Hints gatherings. Call early and make beyond high school are rapidly metric clinics and with government

If friends or relatives are For those who put off shoppinguntil your party arrangements. opening up in the vision care agencies.
planning some home entertainment the last minute, here are a Contact your food service field where thousands of para- With some 18,400 optome'
during this holiday few helpful hints: for women, representative at Ext. 3519 for optometrics will be needed in trists practicing in over 6,200
season, your host or hostess perfume, cosmetics, jewelrycases prices and suggestions.Your the next decade to help ease the communities throughout the Na-
would shortage of optometrists.In tion, the employment picture
certainly appreciate some panty hose, accessories,
bar accessory items. Attractive such as belts and scarves,purses, use of Exchange a new pamphlet, "The looks healthy for paraoptome-
glassware, coasters, ice buckets, manicure sets, slippers and departments like laundry, Paraoptometrics," the American trica. Most will be able to choose
decorator pieces or mixing sweaters. drycleaning or tailoring may' Optometric Association pointsout what part of the country and
save you some time during this that 11 formal education what city they want to work in.
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busy time. Let the laundry do it programs are now available for
this week and use the valuable optometric assistants ( Paraoptometrists perform varied
time for shopping the Exchangestore of study) and optometric one tech year responsibilities under the

I I Toyland, etc. nicians (two years of study). direct supervision of optome-
trists. Depending upon the
While you are out shopping, bea Both courses include lectures amount of education, paraopto-
F-----1 "Santa's Helper" by returningall and laboratory work supple
I metrics may do laboratorywork
mented by actual experience in
I soda bottles to the racks assist with contact lens
optometric clinics and practices.
provided. Your recreation fund work, help with visual training,
I will profit from the zero bottle After graduation, most para-: do chairside assistance or han-
loss. optometrics work for optome-
dle office administration respon-

I I sibilities.
Through its National Regis
SECURED BY MORTGAGE try of Paraoptometric Personnel

THE ARNOLD CO. the American Optometric
UPON REAL ESTATE I Association offers a placement

I I II service to assist paraoptome-
ANNOUNCES... tries in finding jobs. The association
I the location of their also issues, continuing

AUTOMOTIVE PAINT STORE ON.. education materials to paraop-
EXAMPLE: II tometrics to help them keep
1927 CASSAT AVENUEA pace with new developments and
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Investment Check
Monthly procedures relating to their
I $5,000 $50 A Complete Line of Auto Paint duties and responsibilities.

I 10,000 100 I and Body Shop Suppliesr

20,000 200 Paraoptometric e d u cat i lon,
I 50,000 500 I training. and employment prac-
I II -Jm tices are discussed in the asso-
:I Customize that ciation's pamphlet, "The Para
MATURITY: 24or48 months COMPANY
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optometrics. A is available
Interest Paid Monthly Principal Paid at Maturity ole buggy copy
I METALFLAKE to those sending a self-
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NOSALESCHARGEBROKERAGEORMANAGEMENTFEES'I addressed, stamped envelope to
For Appointment Call or Write NOW I II PAINTS Do it yourself AOAR Registrar, American Op-

loinetric Association, 7000 Chip-

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MORTGAGE BROKERS I II' -- . I I

1929 Park Avenue Orange Park, Fla, 32073 '
Telephone 24-4400 I CHAMPUS -the' Civilian I ,
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policy that requires dental care

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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY i CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING

Publisher i i......* Movie Schedule

JAXAIRNEWS
NAS Jacksonville : CALL: 388-2755

Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than M IB M M HTM BfTT
LATWINGER Tuesday for publication the following Thursday
=
Ads
NAS Cecil Field arriving too late for this deadline will be HOSPITAL: "PORTNOY'SCOMPLAINT"
= published the following week unless the I Thursday, Nov. 16

ADVERTISINGOFFICE PUblisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or NAS: "WHERE IT'S AT"
money ttn-ruM1" full cost of the ad mUSt be Sunday,Nov. 19
Drama David
Comedy Starring
4747 San Juan Avenue received the copy for the ad. NAS: 'THE PROUD AND
Janssen and Robert Drivas. "R"
Jacksonville Florida DAMNED" Western Starring
,
RATEi
minimum (106 min.)
charge(I lines) $200
Chuck Conners and Aron Kin-
Per
f additional line ((4 words per line) .50 HOSPITAL: "BEN" Suspense
caid. "PG" (87 min.)
___uuuuU UUuU___.... Horror Starring Lee Harcourt
4"" "4..414 """ .444" 4 HOSPITAL: "FLAP"Monday
: : : .... # # ## It Montgomery and Rosemary
,Nov.20
Murphy "PG" (95 min.)
WE BUY 8. SELL NAS "HAIL HERO" Drama
;' t EQUITIES '69 KNOX 12X40 : ,

,, Mp r l YM NTSALESMAN Call us for Quick service 2 BR, WW carpet, AC, Washer Dryer, Friday, Nov. 17 Starring Michael Douglas and
Morrison I. Taylor, Inc. Financed Jax Credit Union,S37OO. 772. NAS: "PORTNOY'S COMPLAINT" Teresa Wright. "PG" (94 min.)
4543 Wesconnett Blvd. 0533 or 289.2531,
771.3052 Comedy Drama, HOSPITAL: "THE PROUD
WANTED 737-3844
Starring Richard Benjamin and AND DAMNED"
Apply at Florida Jewelers, 18 W.
Forsyth St., 3530625.EXPERIENCED MIDDLEBURG AREA 7RANS1'2.41 # Karen Black. "R" ((101 min.) Tuesday, Nov.21

NIGHT COOK 1 acre Mobile Home tracts In Sunny ILD1 HOSPITAL: "BEN"Saturday NAS: "THE DAY OF THE

side Farms. Call Nov. 18 WOLVES" Drama Starring
Good pay & hours, apply In person, 261.2086.3BR,2B ,
Ole Red Barn, 428 Hwy. 17S., Orange '67 CADILLAC4DR. NAS: "FLAP" Comedy, Richard Eagan and Martha

Park. PRETTY ., HT, loaded, exec. tires, Starring Anthony Quinn and Hyer. "G" ((92 min.) .

Fenced yard,fruit trees very nice reasonable or trade for late Claude Akins. "PG" ((106 min.) HOSPITAL: "HAIL HERO"QUESTIONS ..L s
LADIES $16,000.VANSANDT.Realtor. mOdellong wheel base pickup, 771- ,
Interested In earning exciting gifts for 387.1213 3211, Ext. 8340. i
yourself In your own home? All you do

Is Invite a few friends over, I take careof WO IMPALA CUSTOMAC
.
the rest. A great way to get your NORMANDY ACRES full power, equity and take up If
Christmas gifts! Call 3847234 Thurs.or .4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road' pmts.of$66 per month, 264.5923.,after [
Fri, MO PM. Sat. 8 10 AM. frontage, '/ to 10 acre tracts. Land Is 6 PM.
the best Investment for the future.

Other tracts available over Southwest FOR SALE ABOUT f F1vWW1iE?

[ II5CELUNEOUS1GIBSON Jacksonville. 1964 VW Karman[ Chia.$595., 771.0562or
Wynne Realty of Florida NAS Jax. Ext. 3111.MICKY .
389.5514 389.8507ORANGE
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Mint condition, w.case, $275.,771-3211, ,. 'YN>_ "";M( Chief AP) USN ret. your (contact)
Ext. 8214, Ask for Jesse. "" ;" for a used car, pick.up,or van. Talk at
., ,RENTALS : :"
: 'k+ M Q bMh eq'"hf\Wdt:',W i fti., J 1' : mel Whatcha look In' fer?? Call Duval (No names, No sales pitches.)

SINGERS$15 CASH Ford 353.9028. Request Micky Finn.

3 Sewing Machines, $15 each, does PARK Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on
CHEVY WAGON
everything with attachments. Fur. 2 BR Apts. Furn. or unfurn., Dish mind-about rates, anything. For quick,
niture Sew & Sound, 1564 Hendricks washer, Drapes, 6 cyl.,stick,air,good condition your payments,
Ave., corner LaSalle St. Apts. 771-1405 or 7713355.Carpets. Elizabeth 26 4 4726 Aft.6 courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor

\ I talk shop unless you want us to.
SOFABEDGood '67tll PORSCHE

cond., gold.color, $125., also BEING TRANSFERRED White w.black Interior, Exc. cond., Dial FinanceWe .
small dinette w-two chairs, $20., 772- Let a retired Navy man who under. Reasonable. Call 387.3625. don't want you to like us just for our money.

3067. stands YOUR problems, manage the 40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 .
rental of your house until you return to
Jax. 5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895
CHIEF UNIFORMS
Recently retired, have kackts, whites, Bartleson.O'Neil & Payne, Inc. 4721 San Juan Ave. 384-2314 Loans to

blues, hats, all accessories for sale,,. 1147 So. Edgewood Ave. 1436 Edgewood Ave. West 764-2583 $600
388-9311
sizes 34.29, 40 coat, reasonable 724M4 -
?. WITHOUT ADVERTISINGYOU
GIVE US A CALL FOR
WOULDN'T KNOW
ITEMS FOR SALE Quick Rental of your Property

Gas range, clean & good cond., Edward 0.Lyon, Broker 389-0361 :

bassinette, king-size factory head

board, maternity clothes size 10.12,
772.0414. WILMAR APARTMENTSAir .tIII.
Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living :

AIRE LITE INDUSTRIES OF JAX room, Kitche, Brfst. nook. parking

Fabrication In rescreening, window space for 2 cars, water, sewage,

screens, screen doors, patio & pool garbage, lawn service. Furnished$120. LOOKINGFOR
., Unfurnished.$100., 4
plus
enclosures, aluminum roofs & car. percent
1150 LANE AVE. SO. PHONE 781.5511Open
ports, free estimates. Owned & sales tax. 387.2541 weekends, 389- ,

operated by: Norman T. Abrams, 0744. Dally 8 to 8:Saturday 8 to 5-Sunday 1 to 6 PM

USN retired,Paul Tinney, 2568 Edison
Ave. 3841242. ,w1'" !; !'- "',,,.', \.!:.' 'fW\<.' \ NEW

. A :yt x1, +11d1. ::';:: HOM ES j
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recorded message by ,\< I'I'H r, '$ ?
I SCOTT EDWARDS CAREER 72 VW SUPER BEETLE AT, AC, Warranty $2595

Tells you how to bell JUSTISS TRAILER PARt If you qualify 72 VW SUPER BEETLE AC, R&H $2495

4 DISCJOCKEYcall 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS. Clean, Moden! to work,
355.2944 any hour. Approved for trailers and Apts. 389.3007. and are willing 71 VW SUPER BEETLE AM-FAA, Low Milage $1995
It Is possibleto '
veterans. Columbia School of earn in excess of 70 VW SEDAN R&H, AC, AT' $1795
Broadcasting Not
San Francisco.
'70 COBURN EMPIRE $20,000 per year VW SEDAN R&H $1695
affiliate 70
with CBS, Inc. Course by
12x62, 3BR, IViB' full new carpeting. within 3.5 years.
home study. 264.2106. 69 VW SEDAN R&H J $1595
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Management training program, ,
NEW 68 VW SEDAN R&H, AC $1495
RCA and
ZENITH STEREO FOR SALE 2MOBILE HOMES salary negotiable. Call
starting
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape Live In one, rent other. App. $200. mo. Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn, U.S. 66 VW SEDAN ,R&H, New Paint $995

stock.Players, at dealers' cost to liquidate Dead Lake. 786.0712, 771.4040. Navy(Retired), Sales Manager 71 VW FASTBACK R&H $2195
Full warranty I Phone 7710409., Metropolitan Life Insurance
'70 SABRE with Company at telephone number 69 VW FASTBACK, R&H, AT, AC. .. $1895

LIVE CRABS 12x60, 2BR, 1 Bath, w.w Shag carpet, 356.2621 If Interested. 72 VW SQUAREBACK Warranty .",,' ,'" $2795
Wllford's Fish Camp AC. assume mortg. of 5646.76 Call '
264.9707TYLER'S __ work, 772.3156 or Bks. 7L 772.3857. Stereo Tape, AC 7 'J
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70 VW BUS Deluxe R&H, AC71KARMANNGHIAR&H .. $2795
AIR CONDo SERVICE "

We and service Window Auto AC, Central Units :::::::::.:::::::::::::....:::::':::::;::::::::::::::::::::::: $2295
Units. Reasonable. 69 KARMANN GHIA, R&H, AT : $1695
4711 Palmer Lake Shore 388.5161KIRBYVACUUMCLEANER
ENTERTAINMENTNIGHTLY 70 VW FASTBACK AT, R&H' $1995

t 70 VW BUS Deluxe R&H $2495

Responsible party take up pmts. of$5.a 4. 69 CHEVY PICK-UP Extra Clean $1495
month. Call dealer. 772-8936. a '
67 CHEVY CAPRICE R&H $1095

SINGER TOUCH'N'SEW < \: '.: t., .
>'tv. Saturday
Cost over Wo In .. '. Monday through
drawer desk, '
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makes used 12 bu m
blind designs, .... ...,
hems! monograms overcasts, I Nice Selection of other Model VW's700GUARANTEE
winds bobbin Inside machine. Bal.$89.. SPECIAL RATES 00 per person "
Cash or$6.50 per mo. Public Discount $6 double occupancy
SERVICEMEN
Center, 805 S. FOR !
Edgewood Ave., 389-
049.... Nltely, Quarterdeck Lounge 3 Dine at Biser's Seafood
Entertainment with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
Rooms
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful
'.. Pool, F" Undercover parking. We gave them the VW U.point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
we tuned up, tightened,and replaced everything that needed It.
And guaranteed them 100 percent: for the repair or replacement of all,
:t$<' fLIADSDI1LEI major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
)
== -= double check.

QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY MOTOR HQTEL ENOINETRANSMISl6NREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
Also i Equities for,sale on easy terms. ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. r

Edward O.Lyon,BrokeroUI 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744

all points lntret.' .
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I I Around MATSG I dtl A 1. Top Wife


Jax Sgt. John Stacy of the resourcefullness. He was instrumental ContestUnderway
Jacksonville Area Shore Patrol in breaking many yf
and MATSG has received a cases which, except for his f :
Letter of Appreciation from Capt. perseverance and determination, + )
William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax would have remained unsolved. R

CO, for his efforts while workingon Also at MATSG, three Lance .
special assignment with the Corporals have moved into the Jax -The search is on for the
NAS Jax Detective Branch from NCO ranks. seventh annual Military Wife of

June 1 to Aug. 31. Promoted to their present tlr the Year.
During this period, Stacy ranks were Cpls. Michael Har- Wives of Navym attached to
worked long hours in criminal vill, William Kirksey and Albert units whose chain of command is
detection and investigation. Hardaway. Harvill and Kirkseyare through Commander Fleet Air
The Letter states that "Duringthe from MAjSG's Personnel Jacksonville and CommanderNaval

course of detective duties, Section and Hardaway is with AE, Air Force, Atlantic Fleet
Stacy completely handled Marine Liaison may be nominated under a

situations requiring not only a All three are first term I COMNAVAIRLANT program.
high degree of professional skill, enlistees who are nearing the end Navy wives whose husbands
but also much courage and of two-year enlistments. work with commands reportingto
1 the Commandant Sixth Naval

District may be nominated undera
program being conducted by
TILE COMFAIRJAX in his capacity as

Area Coordinator,Sub-Area"B".
The competition is sponsoredby

GIFTS Stokely-Van Camp, Inc., and
IIOWSMSWtlCOMID
,e K.., is produced by Harrell International
t-Nautirol Charts *OutrlgR Nautical/ Wear Inc., a Jacksonville
.Paint Fish Boxes *Burgee JacketsHardware fZJSkill : b ,1 based world-wide marketing
> > *Table Wear IVINSUDERepair '
Materials >Accessories *Other Goodies '- organization.The .
winner for the Navy for
WET StORAGE'MARINE HOISTS-MULL SERVICE'YACHT BROKER HAS Jax
William G. Sizemore,
MISSION ACCOMPLISHED-.Capt.
1 determined in
EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OutBOARO. STERN DRIVE INBOARD 1973 will be
SEE THE NEWEST' BOATS MOTORS CANOES and TRAILERS skipper, finishes pinning the Navy Achievement Medal on YN1 February and the finals will be

PIER 17 MARINA Thomas R. Castle's uniform. Castle earned the medal In FICEUR's held in Washington, D. C. next
INC. Support Department, where he developed new procedures that substantially May.

ROOSEVELT BLVD it ORTEGA RIVtN improved the administration of command travel The Military Wife of the Year
a arrangements. He was also cited for developing "a rapport with installationsand
Jacksonville f/offda :: will tour military
to the command that assured immediate and cooperative
Pier M Fr',nchited, fMrlne. Phom M;4M* OPEN SUNDAY personnel major cities across the
BOATS,MOTORS;CANOES! response to the command's unique travel needs. United States in May and June.
Thunderblrd Starcraft .T Craft
e Mfg Trolan Grumman -
According to the Harrell
candidates must be
r* wives of active duty Navymenand
Q @ should meet these
BOBBISCOiT :
qualifications:
.
r U4mn 1. Be a military wife, active in
The Girl with the : community services activities.

e : VA 44" Personality! .- 2. Have made noteworthy
Home ofAMERICA'S .. contributions to the improvementof

FAVORITEBIG : Jacksonville's Most Beautiful peoplerelations, not only in

Jt V.1 P TOPLESS DANCERSI # the military but in civilian
communities as well
: TOPLESS : 3. Be poised and sufficiently
,. articulate to be able to tell her
GO-GO GIRLS
story,and the American Military
Cntmv SPEAKEASY wt chews ROOM IPM-2AM IN rHE LOUNGE 4-8 P.M. Community's story, to U.S.
television audiences and the

Out oj SldBif tOUNGE* national Under press.the COMNAVAIRLANT

* 1080 CASSAT AVE. 388-9016* * program, each individual
I AIRLANT command is allowedto
nominate one candidate.

Nominations should go direct, to
COMNAVAIRLANT (Code 013))
to arrive not later than Dec. 15,

LOWESTPRiZES 1972.Sixth Naval District Sub-Area

"B" commands may each
nominate one candidate.
Nominations should be forwarded -
to COMFAIRJAX (Code)
013)) to arrive not later than Dec.

15.The
Sub-Area "B" winner will
be entered in the Sixth Naval
District finals.
GSss ii*
BIG 16" DIAMETERINTRODUCTORY THE COMNAVAIRLANT and

SPECIAL2forl Sixth Naval District winners will
be entered in the Navy Military
Wife of the Year finals in
Special
W February.The .
method of determining

} Financingfor winners at various levels of
H competition is at the discretion
the command.
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CC>rSUrnerDEFENSE








k more American than $20 motorists billion last spent year
I
for new automobile And, according -
to a recently published
study by the Federal Highway
Don't read this story if you have a weak stomach. For
Administration of the Depart-
the next 710th of a second" 1 I am going to take you through ment of Transportation, they

"Death in Slow :Motion. will spend about $40 billion (l-
It's night, you're tired, and you're late getting home, so more over the next 10 years to
you're driving 55) miles per hour on a road not designed 1 for operate and maintain these cars.
that speed. Your car reaches a curve in the road, but you The purchase price is only the
make A mistake! too late-the car goes out of control, and first step in a long line of costs
you hit a solid immovable object, CRASIi.110th incurred in operating and maintaining -
of a SECOND: The front bumper and chrome NEW TACCO'S Cdr. H. P. Fillingane, VP-S6 skipper, a car during its approxi-
"frosting" of the grillwork collapse Slivers of steel penetrate congratulates Lt (Clg) Carson Foster after he and LCdr. James Wood mate 100,000-mile, 10-year trip
the wall to a depth of one and a half inches. (Center) were designated Tactical Coordinators at VP-56 ceremonies. from the assembly iW to the
2/10thH/ OF A SECOND: The hood rises, crumples, junkyard.
smashes into the windshield. Spinning rear wheels leave the During this period, the owner
giound. The fenders come into contact with the \\' tll forcingthe of a standard size car, living in '
rear part out over the front doors. Your body continuesto Dragon DoingsPROUD a suburban area, will pay
move forward at 55' miles per hour-twenty times the $2,787, including tax, for some
normal force of gravity. You now weigh more than three 7,350 gallons of gasoline. He
thousand pounds. Your legs, ramrod straight, Knap at the will pay $2,147 to maintain and
knee joints. repair the vehicle, $1,350 to insure -
:.1/10th of a SECOND: Your body is now off the neat, ---- : : *r__ it ,and over $1,800 for
torso upright, broken knees pressed against the dnshboard. parking and tolls. His state and
The plastic and steel frame of the steering wheel begins to Federal automotive tax bill,
bend under your death grip. Your head i is now near the / F most of which goes to supportthe
sun visor, your chest above the steering column. .- roads he drives on, will
4/10ths OF A SECOND: The tar's front tW(>J1t '.foul' amount to $1,319-8bout 9,7 percent
inches have been demolished, but the rear end still! is travel of total costs.
ing/ at about thirty-five miles per hour. Your body is stilltraveling This information is contained
at 55 miles per hour. The half ton motor block in the 1972 edition of Cost of
crunches! into the wall. t f a +py. Operating an Automobile, pub-

5/10ths! OF A SECOND: Your fear-frozen hands bend lished by the Department of
the steering column jnto almost vertical position. The forceof Transportation. Single'copies of
I \ the booklet can be ordered from
gravity impales you on the steering shaft. Jagged steel ?
Consumer Product Information,
punctures your lungs and intercostal arteries Blood spurts
Washington, DC. 20407.
into your lungs.
6/10ths OF A SECOND: Your feet are ripped from your Tables in the booklet summar-
ize the costs of operating three
tightly laced: shoes. The brake pedal shears off the floor
of 1972 automobiles for
boards. The chassis: bends in the middle, shearing body types a
Geck accepts
ACCOMPLISHMENT LCdr. Robert standard
10-year period-a size
bolts. Your head !smashes into the windshield. The rear of
congratulations from Cdr. Fillingane( for being designated a Patrol "big 3" four-door sedan, an
the begins its downfall, spinning wheels digging into the
car
ADJ2 Steven Young
Plane Commander. At the same ceremony, American-made compact and a
ground. (Background) received a Good Conduct Medal. subcompact. "
7/10ths OF A SECOND: The entire writhing body of
the car is forced out of shape. Hinges tear, doors spring ',' ., I I
open. In one last convulsion, the seat rams forward, pinningyou
against the cruel steel of the steering shaft Blood

leaps from your mouth, shock has frozen your heart, you ]

are dead. HAS REMODELEDOUR
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, Thirteen key leaders representing schools, colleges, chambers of
commerce and private industry throughout Florida and Georgia got a first-hand
view of life in Today's Navy this week during the first V.I.P. Navy Jacksonville !
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Opportunity Coordinator at NARF, is bid farewell By Capt.
y r Yates, NARF CO, as he retires. Capt. Yates holds a framed
. I from Bellinger's friends at NARF caricaturing his retirement.
\ also received a Letter of Appreciation for his contribution to
Equal Opportunity Program.
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The following positions Employees are urged to look
been advertised under the for the Merit Promotion An-
Merit Promotion Program nouncements on the official
our last issue: bulletin boards in their work. .
Supervisory General Engineer, areas at least once a week.
((108-72)-) Closing Date:
30Aircraft They are also encouraged to
Loftsman Foreman, contact the Employment Office,
I (109-72)); Closing Date: Ext. 3448, or the Rating Branch,
Ext. 2320, Civilian Personnel
"r Aircraft Examiner (All op Department ,to inquire about
), Annct. 110-72; 1st Cut Off positions in which they are in-
: Nov. 22 terested.

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AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 19
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at 1 t lJibte Week Declared



Jax "Truth, inspiration, wisdom and poetry are available for anyone who r :

take them" Chaplain Damelson said today in announcing local plans for the
servance of National Week, November 19-26.

Worldwide Bible Reading ding, available free to anyone Jax CO, and the Young People of
declared for the who will ask, has the
onth has been answers to the Chapel will give Bibles,
nod from November 19 the questions that people are Scripture portions and Daily
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rough December 25. The theme asking. Bible Reading Plans to
,,11 be"For a Change..Read the National Bible Week,which has who will take them on Nov.anyone 18 at
News." wide interfaith and secular the f
ood Navy Exchange and Commissary j
Chaplain Danielson added, support, will be proclaimed by Store. re

he Bible, in paperback bin- Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Reading the Bible together, the w ,f p E

object of a program now knownas 1\

A PROCLAMATION Worldwide Bible Reading
Month, first originated when a
National Bible Week lonely Marine in World War II
asked his family in the U.S. to WELL DONE-RM2 Arthur K. Sullivan is congratulated' by Capt.
November 1926,1972There join with him in daily reading William G. Sizemore NAS Jax CO, after being awarded the Navy
from Achievement Medal with Combat "V" for "professional achievementin
a testament he had received
are times in the lives of each one of us when the inner from the American Bible the superior performance of his duties" in Vietnam. Sullivan was
rength by which we-face our daily challenges must be replenishedd Free Society. cited for his efforts in helping the Vietnamese Navy take full
Scriptures
refreshed. There is no finer source for such revival of our spirits the Society for are men providedby and responsibility of a tape relay center to which he was assigned much'
Writ. earlier than the scheduled turnover date.
|ian the Holy women in the Armed Services
There is a wealth of sustenance and inspiration in the lessons of and for Chaplains of hospitalsand
Bible and immeasurable comfort for those who seek its wisdom.
ie institutions.
is appropriate in this National Bible Week that Americans of all Dr. R. TIMOTHY CARTER
Although "Good News for
ges be reawakened to the gain and the good that can derive from' Modern Man", the Society'spaperback OptometristAnnounces .. ,. ;
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and devotion to the Scriptures.It
reading
quent New Testament in the
is especially fitting that we provide a full opportunity for the Today's English Version, never the \:,{.f
ounjr people of America to grow in appreciation of the Word of appears on the best-seller lists, Relocation of Ms Optometric Practice ". '/,
od so that they may be better equipped to do His work on earthor more than 31 million copies of it to
the good of all mankind.I have been distributed.This Park Central Shopping Center
call upon all fellow citizens during the occasion of Nationalible is another program of the
Week to make the teachings of the Bible the touchstone of Station Chapel to stress spiritual 1592 Park A venue Phone 264-2425
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CNO Speaks To Navy's Newcomers ,

... .,
.. On November 10 I addressed the question of overall disciplinary and confinement framework.Let The magnitude of his responsibilities

recognizing the importance of assuring rates reduced from, me speak to you, in turn, of has been made even
equal
opportunity the fact that
greater by world
their earlier to the
with Navy
figures commensurate your responsibilities
and fostering mutual understanding in race tensions are not always what we
reductions in Shore and our country. What is requiredof
relations at all command levels of the Navy. My Patrol requirements. I am proud you is self discipline, would like them to be. These past

remarks were directed primarily to all in a position of of Navy's performance, for it has especially in these times of extended nine months have been even

leadership, urging them to direct their fullest efforts at truly been superb.On deployments and reduced more strenuous because of the

ensuring these programs were being carried out in full. the other hand, it occurs to manpower. It is your duty to your increased efforts off the coast of
me that this is perhaps a good shipmates and those who are Vietnam.On .
At that time I also stated that before, it is through enlightened time to reiterate to those of our responsible for your welfare in

there must be no substitution of leadership that we obtain that more junior personnel who have time of peace and especially in the day that I took command .

: < one prejudice against good order true military'discipline about entered the Navy in this period of time of war to conduct yourselvesin of the Navy I said that I
and discipline is as bad as the which Admiral King spoke some transition to
and whom I have not a manner that contributes was assuming as my first task
\ prejudice of race. It is to this 30 years ago. had the opportunity to speak with the overall good and welfare of the improvement of all aspects of

i point that I would address all During the past 28 months I in the past year, my personal your division, your ship, your the naval career. I have

I / hands. have set as my objective bringing philosophy regarding their station and, in the long run, of dedicated myself to that task and
Admiral Ernest King, in about a Navy environment that responsibility to leadership in our your country. You have taken an have made many changes

It' speaking to my graduation class, would assist our naval com Navy. I do this especially since I oath to do so and the Navy will designed for that purpose. I also
stated that
\ discipline is the true military manders in providing that note that, of those who have been expect nothing less nor will it said, and I repeat, that those

, obedience 'Intelligent enlightened leadership that involved in recent incidents of accept anything less. changes will only be made within
of each for the effectiveness would ensure "Intelligent violence or other disruptive This self discipline and the framework of the maintenance .
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. of all. As I have said obedience for the effectiveness of
activities, the overwhelming subordination of self for the goodof of good order and
"
_'t-UWiW{ all. I believe that we have been majority are those in the 18 to 20 all is absolutely mandatory for discipline,and that those few who
pim successful. We have outstanding year age category and with less any organization, civilian or would abuse these privilegesmust
t ". performance by our people who than one of naval service. to function It
i % year military, properly. be held to account.
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:.W.::; LAST OF 72's!1 have responded with bravery and This says to me that many of cannot be any other way.

.<* ;. ,ki rs j dedication to the recent massive those who are new to the Navy The responsibilities of command For those of you who are new to

(Brand Spanking :;: invasion of South Vietnam. They very well may not be aware of the are not easy in this modern the Navy or who may not be
''
New) have done so in the face of greatly framework within which we have day of complex machines and aware of my statements in this

I extended and early deployments been working to make the Navy a even more complex man. Your regard, let me assure you that I
NEWr2MATADORNo. reduced shipboard manning and meant what I said then and have
challenging, interesting and commanding officer has
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NO. 859 4 dr., 6 cyl., AT, PS, ;v
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G1c/0/ NickBlasioli WinsU-Pic-Em I IJax


BALLOT Nick Blasioli of NARF Blasioli works at the Machine beat with his tie-breaker was
won this, week's U-Pic-Em Mill Section at NARF and has none other than B. W. Castelli,
contest when his tie-breaker beat been working at NARF for the who has won two contests
out six other balloters who last six years. The last time already this year and seems
missed only one game. Blasioli won a U-Pic-Em contestwas determined to win a third one.
Blasioli failed to foresee two years ago and it was the
NAME Washington's upset of UCLA but Georgia vs Florida game that Other balloters who only
RANK OR TITLE AGE_ he did have the foresight to won that contest for him, too. missed one were: Ron Huey,
PHONE predict that the Georgia vs That was the year Georgia and Walter B. Stovall, HMC EdwardJ.
DUTY STATION SERVICE NUMBER, Florida game would be a low Florida tied and Blasioli McCormick, ETR3 Dennis
scoring contest.A predicted that tie. Lowmaster and AE3 Jerry W.
(This week's games) native of Buffalo, N.Y., One of the six balloters Blasioli Boothe.

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The Cecil ) o f!
represented Come ;
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Tournament their competition, and ( (); ); );: h "V' ." :v'y: tE:

impunity, moving ( ) );

tourney Player undefeated.coach ( ) : _. "-. ," .--:

attributed the .. .. ._,
pionship win to an )
effort wherein ( )
starred. ( )
Cecil Field )
Com9, 34 28, Com u
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Washington in (
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title.During (( ) ...
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averaged 45 points
.< while the defense Posing with the U.S.A.F. Thunderbirds at NAS Cecil's recent alrshow are members pf the V.I.P.
I .1 their opponents to inspection party. L to R are: Rod Porter, President of the Jacksonville Navy League Capt. Mow,

per The game.1972 Raider -mantf.r Commadore..-..-... .1:1............,LATWING AI.". "1.......".'..;)..UIIYllnr.ONE.._..",._Capt. MarshalfC.O. NAS Cecil and RADM Lawrence Gels, Com-

through both the whose "act" is worthy of an Z GRAM 117Continued sibility. These include matters
Coast tourneys academy award: Henceforth, ( from Pg. 20)) such as personnel assignments,
blemished record. players who feign a foul in an to have an effect on personnel transfers, personal services, etc.
football is not ( ) behavior. I expect, and will These are not intended nor in any
Navy sport, which (is effort to con a referee into continue to insist upon, the way can they be construed to
since we suspect that awarding a foul to their opponent strictest possible adherence to mean an acceptance of "short
would give a good will be slapped with a technical our disciplinary standards in circuiting" the legitimate chain
themselves against foul. every respect. Those who do not of command.
best teams. accept these standards can expect -
to be promptly and fairly Commanding officers
Under
existing rules, those disciplined and held responsible recognize these for what they are
players who "dunk"
CONATIONAL : a ball even for their actions in accordancewith -a tool to be used when solutionsare
CPO lead dwindled during pre-game and halftime the UCMJ. outside his area of respon-
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assessed
Lyle Osier ((582, ); Wilt Chamberlain with a technical foul. assist both the individual and a solution to problems that
/ Wesley Sterns ((566, ; would doub those in command to draw on the cannot be solved within your own
tlessly have a nasty comment assistance of their superiors to command structure.
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Intramural Bowling In First Winter MeetJax


NATIONAL LEAGUE SPECIALS FWF 26 30 Swimmers representing fly event while Jacqui Brennockwon under boys.
25 31 several teams from south' second place ribbons in the The next winter developmentmeet
L DRAGONS No.2 24 28 Georgia and north Florida 25 free and the 100 IM events. will be held at the Navy Jax
FLAP JAX 41 27 HUNTERS 18 26 I competed: in a thirty event meetat Pam Kangas took a third place Indoor Pool on December 9. It
NATTC 39 25 NUBS 15 37 the Navy Jax Indoor pool ribbon in the 100 IM event and begins at 9 a.m. and is free to the
GEMS 37 23 Saturday. Navy Jax swimmers Connie Boltes won a third place public.
FICEUR"5" 37 27 CONTINENTAL LEAGUE finished in the top three in manyof ribbon in the 25 fly event Anyone interested In joiningthe
NAMTD 34 30 Brennock first Swim Club and getting In on
the events of the first winter John won place
WOMEN'S LIB 32 28 W L development meet. ribbons In the 25 fly,25 free and in their winter program should
STIFFS 32% 35% PATHFINDERS 56% 15% Patti Milewski took first place the 100 IM events for eight and contact Pat Kangas at 2646084.
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25 31 CHIEFS
LEPRECHAUNS 46 28 breast, 100 back, 100 free and 200
QUACKS 15 49 HURRICANES 44 32 IM. She also took a second place
AMERICAN LEAGUEW COMFAIRJAX 43 23 ribbon in the 50 free event. Susan
VP-62 40 32 Fitzpatrick took a second in the
W L ADPERS 39th 31"1 100 free while Judy Milewski tooka
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LATE CHARGERS 33 15 FUMBLERS 2550\ breast event and Carla Glaratonwon
BOOZERS 32 20 HOSPITAL 2Hi 54th a third place ribbon in the 200
SAW BONES 30 24 FUMBLERS TOO 21 55 IM event for senior women.In .
DRAGONS No.4 20 48
BEES 30 26 the senior boys events Jacob
FUBARS 26"1 29"1 Danner took a first place ribbonin
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HACKERS 26 30 the 200 breast, Steve Glazer
TOP FIVE 18th 33"1 took a second place ribbon in the
AIMD 37 W L 50 free and a third place ribbon in
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W L BUSCH BUDS 32 32 the 200 breast event. A third
FLYING FISH Shown above are lust a few of the many swim-
SPLITMAKERS 39 17 CIIIEFS 31 41 place ribbon was won by Scott mers from south Georgia and north Florida that competed in the Jax
GOOD AND BAD 33 23 TARS 25134% Baltes in the 11-12 boys 100,back Navy Swim team's first winter development meet held last weekend.
AFEES 32 24 VP-45No.2 28 40 event.
VP-4SNo.l 32 24 GUTTER DUSTERS 21lk 38lk Jennifer Fitzpatrick won first .. I
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.L SPORT BRIEFS
The MATSG Intramural It was a busy week for NDRCas London scoring the only touch- JAX
Football team missed a chance to they picked up a win and down of the game in the second

move into second place in the another loss In addition to the one half. ....'
National League last week when to Public Works. The win came In the American League the BASKETBALL OFFICIALS members and non-members alike
they dropped a 22-12 decision to 12-8 over Hospital with Luchi and Marine Barracks tied VP-45 for NEEDEDJax are invited to go along. If you are
Public Works after leading 6-0) at Askew scoring a touchdown first place with a 24-20 win over interested call Jack Watson at
the half. apiece. Pearson scored a six VP-5.Austin led the Marines with -- The Intramural Ext. 2872 or 7864612 or Jerry
The MATSG defense held pointer ahd Davis a twopointerfor two touchdowns while Bryant and Basketball season will be getting Stens at 264-3239.
Public Works scoreless in the the losers. The loss came at Daniels had one each. Bleecker, underway next week but
LADIES GOLF TOURNAMENTJax
first half but Public Works the hands of FAW-1122-20. FAW- Wahl and Ronspiez all scored referees, scorekeepers and
proved to be too much for them in 11 led NDRC 14-8 at the half and TDs for VP-5 with Ronspiez timers are still needed. If you
the second half as they scored 22 NDRC, came back to' outscore adding a two-pointer. would like to help out, give the
points. Collins scored 14 of those them in the second half but they Air Ops also stuck VP-5 with a athletic office a call at Ext. 3239as Association-The NAS held Jax their Ladies Golf

points with two touchdowns and a still came up three points short of loss last week when they dropped soon as possible. last week and monthly finishedoff

two-pointer while Stone picked up a win. Rehrig scored two touch- them by a scpre of 228. Warner, POWER BOAT OUTING meeting the day with a Nine-Hole Low
six and Fruge two. Blaylock and downs and a two-pointer, Cuvalaa Frierson and Richardson scoredsix Jax The Jax Navy Power Net Tournament. Winner of the
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Mast scored touchdowns for touchdown and Balboa a two- pointers while Hansen and Boat Club is sponsoring an outingto tournament was Penny Bennett
MATSG. pointer'for the winners. Johnson Collins scored two-pointers. Silver Springs on Sunday
with 36She followed
Public Works also pickedup a 14- scored two touchdowns, Nettles Ronspiez did: all of the scoring for 'November 19. The Club will meetat Julie a Uitti and Meredith was Leach by
0 win over NDRC last week to scored a touchdown and Cruthirds VP-5.- the Orange Park Kennel Club
for second
who tied at :37 place.
strengthen their bid for the top added two points for NDRC. FICEUR picked up it's sixth parking lot at 7 a.m. From there
Berv McAleer the second
spot that is presently held by The only other game in the win of the year last week when they will trailer their boats to with 36 won and Vi Pavlick
NarJax. The same three playerswho National League last week saw touchdowns by Lipscomb and Ocala where they will launch and flight in second a %with 40.EXMEMBERS .
figured in MATSG's downfall Weapons down MARTD 6-0) with Taylor downed VW-4, 12-0. head to Silver Springs. All club came a
figured in NDRC's as Collins
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two.

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