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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 23, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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to give special thanks to the Almighty for the many many ::';:=}:

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, adfl promises of world peace which may soon be realized. :
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Southern Fried Okra, Salad Bar, or Cheeseburgers,. French Navy Beans, Buttered Peas, Salad
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m 1tRr.( tltowrtti Saturday, Nov.25 Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles, SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham &

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Juice Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Dessert Bar.SUPPER Salad Bar, Relish Tray, Dessert Bar.
Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, : Fried Shrimp or Fried SUPPER Barbecued Spareribs or
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Nov.23 Friday, Nov. 24
Thursday Sausage, Creamed Dried Beef, Potatoes, Seasoned Green Beans, O'Brien Potatoes, Buttered Squash,
BRUNCH: 7.10 a.m. Apple Juice BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit Lyonnalse Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Fried Cabbage, Cocktail Sauce, Salad Seasoned Spinach, Salad Bar, Apple
Juice, Hot
Oatmeal,
Cocktail,Hominy Grits Fried Eggs to Chilled Apricots,
BRUNCH at 10 Pea Bar, Autumn Delight Cake, Chocolate Cookies, Lime Jello.
Fried to a.m. Split Soup, Brownie
Order, French Toast, Griddle Cakes Eggs Order,Griddle Cakes w-
Syrup, Choice of Bacon Grilled, Beef Burgers, French Fried Pudding.
Syrup, Choice of Grilled Bacon or or Luncheon
Potatoes, Salad Bar Wednesday,Nov.2t
,
Meat, Baked Strawberry
Minute Steaks, Hashed Brown Beans, Yankee Style
Short Cake. BREAKFAST
Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Corn Bread, Pastry Bar. Chilled Orange
Sunday,Nov.2( Juice, Hot Farina, Fried Eggs to
DINNER Chicken
DINNER: 15pm. Tom Noodle Soup,
Turkey
Roast Beef au. jus, Giblet Gravy, Fried Ham Steaks, Cream Gravy, BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato Order, French Toast Syrup, Choiceof rn woow'
Juice, Hot Bacon
Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to or Luncheon Meat, Baked
Brown Whipped Potatoes, Corn Fritters,
Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes,
Order, Griddle Beans, Southern
Cakes Style Corn
Boiled w-Syrup, Bread,
Sausage Bread Dressing, Sauteed Blackeyed Peas, Buttered
French Toast, Pastry Bar.DINNER .
Choice
Asparagus, Salad Bar, Tomato of Bacon or
Corn, Seasoned Green Beans, Chilled Spice
Cake, Brownies. Luncheon MeatBaked Beans, Hashed : Cream of Potato Soup,
Cranberry Sauce, Waldorf Salad,
Brown Potatoes, Stuffed Pork
Pastry Bar Chops, Brown Gravy,
Chef's Salad, Assorted Salad SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes
on BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Chicken Mashed Sweet Potatoes, Apple Sauce, NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Dressings,. Fruit Cake, Pumpkin Pie, Hamburger Bun, French Fried Noodle Fish Seasoned Mixed
Soup Sandwich, French Vegetables, Okra &
Mincemeat Pie, Ice Cream, Hard Potatoes, Salad Bar, Relish Tray,
Fried Potatoes, Tomato
Salad Bar, Lemon Gumbo, Salad Bar
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Dessert Bar.SUPPER .
Candy Mixed Nuts, Hot Dinner Rolls,
Meringue Pie, Chocolate Strawberry Cream
Cookies. Pie, Bread Sunday
"Thanksgiving Cake", Holiday : Chill Macaroni, Grilled SUPPER Breaded Veal DressIng.
Steaks,
Punch. Cheese Sandwiches,
French Fried
Brown Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, SANDWICH LINE: Chili Dogs, Divine Worship 8.30: a m.
r I Simmered Sauerkraut, Buttered Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped at All Saints Chapel.
Green Beans, Salad Bar, Lemon Onions, Dessert Bar. Church School 9:30: a.m.

: Meringue Pie, Chocolate Cookies. SUPPER: Italian Spaghetti w.Meat Divine Worship 11 a.m.at
JTAX AIR: NEWS Monday,Nov.27 Sauce or Ravioli, Garlic Bread, All Saints Chapel.

BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple Parmesan Cheese, Pizza Pie, But. :Junior Youth Fellowship

The' JAX AIR NEWS la a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to tered Brussels Sprouts, Salad Bar, 12:30 p.m. Senior Youth
Order, French Toast w.Syrup, Choiceof Easy Chocolate Cake, Bread Pudding. Fellowship 1:30 p.m.
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Baked Thursday,Nov.30 Evening 7:30

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Beans, Pastry Bar. BREAKFAST: Chilled Apple Juice, p.m. at the Worship Small Chapel.

private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS DINNER: Vegetable Soup, Yankee Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order,.
Pot Roast ,of' Beef, Choice Tuesday
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Franconla Natural Gravy, of Bacon or Luncheon Meat,
Potatoes,
Cheese
Seasoned June Omelet,
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News Peas, Hot Spiced Beets, Salad Bar, DINNER: French Pastry Onion Bar. Soup p.m.Senior at Choir Bldg.Rehearsal 7SO and 7

items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 Apple Pie, Vanilla Wafers. Steamship Round of Beef, Natural Christian Science Service Ip
or 3119. SANDWICH LINE: Sloppy Joes on .m. at the Small Chapel,
Hamburger Buns, French Fried
"Everything advertised In this publication 'must be made Potatoes, Salad Bar, Relish Tray, NAVAL HOSPITAL
Dessert Bar.SUPPER Divine Worship 10 a.m.at
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to
: Chill Con Carne r St. Lukes.
with
race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, Beans or Fried Fish Sticks, Steamed' NATTCProtestant

user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Rice, Tartar Sauce, Augratln Worship .
advertiser will result In the Asparagus, Buttered Corn, Salad '
policy of equal opportunities by Bar. Service, 10:30: a.m In
; that Cherry Jello, Apple Pie. Building 500.
refusal'to print advertising from source. ,Tuesday Nov.21

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries BREAKFAST: Chilled Tomato CATHOLIC,

concerning such should be directed to: Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to ?
Order,Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, Choice Saturday Mass S p.m. at
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY )f Ham or Pork Sausage, Corned Beef st. Edward's Chapel.

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 ash DINNER, Hard Boiled Eggs, Pastry Bar, a.m Sunday; Dally Mass Mass'.m..Monday and 11,
\ Chicken Rice Soup, Oven
Tuesday, Thursday and
Telephone 388-2755 Fried
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Snowflaked Potatoes, Cranberry Mass 11:30: a.m. at
Sauce, Corn Bread Dressing, Boiled the Naval Hospital Chapel,
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" SAILOR OF THE MONTH SK2 Thomas A. Gilbert, October's
Sailor of the Month, Is congratulated by Capt. William G. Slzemore,
NAS Jax CO, following an award ceremony.


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-SK2 Thomas A. Gilbert, Supply Petty Officer at
the Pinecastle Electronic Warfare Range, has been from the Publisher and Staff of the JAX AIR NEWS/LATWINGER

selected NAS Jax's Serviceman, of the Month for October

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him for the honor, "SK2 Officer,and as representative to
, Gilbert is actively engaged in a the Recreation Council and Let us give
self-improvement endeavor withan Advisory Group, Gilbert con THANKS
ultimate goal of acceptanceinto tinually has the interests of his
the Navy's LDO program." shipmates foremost in his mind.
Gilbert has completed a coursein "Service to his community and
Political Science and has an his co-workers is Petty Officer \
active interest In the present day Gilbert's input as a good citizen."
political scene. During his spare SK2 Gilbert's responsibilities
time, he attends classes at Lake- Include preparation of c \ ,,\ '
Sumter Junior College and serves requisitions for all supplies and
his community by working in his materials: maintaining the
Party headquarters as a general requisition files and logs; and
helper. assisting the Officer in Charge In \
This service has been procuring surplus materials from
recognized and Gilbert has been the Defense Property Disposal \ \ \ \ \ \
asked to become an alternate Service.A \ \ \
member of the Lake County veteran of slightly more than \ \$\
Executive Committee for his five years of active Naval ser \
party. vice, Gilbert has been at \t
The letter concludes by stating, Pinecastle since, Sept.' 10, 1971.
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Graham reenlisted for SIX more years of service and took home a
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neighbors just hap. The Indians then showed up, i

pened to drop by as the Pil attracted by the banging blun

grims sat down to their first der-busses, and everyone set to r

Thanksgiving. spread. work on the communal meal.
They were Indians, and the Succulent SuccotashThe Dt; 9

Pilgrims-outnumbered nearly
four hunters had bagged
two to one-graciously invited
wild turkeys, geese, ducks, wood
them to stay for a bite. They I
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pigeons, and partridge.
stayed three days, getting into There __ nU4 Y
nuts made stuffing. was
the spirit so well they slipped home-brewed beer and wine
back into the woods and huntedup
from wild grapes, plus lobster, .
five deer for the festive '
pot.
oysters, codfish, and eels. Pump ', ; .' ,
dinner'In :
The first Thanksgiving
kins were stewed to a steaming $ I
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pulp, and corn was made into
hardly sumptuous, according to
bread and into an Indian ape
the National Geographic, though
cialty they called succotash.
apparently much appreciated by
all. The Indians suffered chronic Priscilla Alden presided over

neav-staivation, and the Pil the largest open fire oven. Miles n fiT4.

grims had lived little better Standish paraded his 20manregiment
back and forth. In.
since arriving on the Mayflowerthe
previous December: All but dians with bow and arrow and b
with firearms displayed .
Pilgrims
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When the snows finally their marksmanship.Stern .

melted, the Pilgrims faced their religious services began

first spring planting with justifiable each of the three days. How

foreboding. Most were ever, heads bowed in the New x

townspeople, and what little Wot Id's first giving of thanksnot ..

they knew about farming bet in Plymouth, but in a Virginia ,: : .: ;)(,".

ter suited Europe and England.The .
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sponsored by the
Indians saved the day, Warwick,
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showing them how to plant corn, lorrie Peacock

beans, squash, and that antazing"mellon" the Jennifer Forest, Kathleen
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they called a pumpkin, date.(7"( ) Debra DuMond, Karen
and how to catch "fatt and ing

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Phone 2495649AAMCO
air,
Phone M8-7674 & fectory
white Interior, equipped with
Chief Robertson
Before Master long wheel base Extra
air & power. Low mileage. ,
left, Cdr H.A. Hoover, VP-5 CO,. Sharp.
I t
delivered a Letter of Com

mendation that pointed out his Will KEIF '3295 2795

"unmatched management

ability..and his untiring YOUR TRANSMISSION HEALTHY 70 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 2 '
dedication to the welfare of the GuaranteeAAMCO dr. H.T., Regency Blue with
72 PONTIAC LUXURY Black Vinyl top 8. blue
men of the command"and added I I
buckets, fully equipped with
LEMANS 2 dr. H.T.
his own personal appreciation for ,
Wilderness Green with black power windows power seat
Master Chief Robertson's efforts vinyl top, fully equipped & AAA-FM Radio.24,000 miles.
during his three years at VP-S. I Including factory air& Rally
II Wheels. Priced to go. $3 2 9 5'
VP-5's new, LCPO is ATCS TRANSMISSIONS
,
William Reed. Chief Reed will be

looking out for the welfare of'the 3495 70 CHEVROLETKINGSWOOD WAGON 9

Mad Foxes throughout thesquadr'on's GUARANTEEThis passenger, yellow with
OWNERSHIP
upcoming 'THE AAMCO WRITTEN CAR saddle Interior, fully
rebuilt by the licensed
transmission has been
deployment to NS ,Rota, Spain equipped Including AM-FM
this certificate, utilizing the, Stereo Radio & Cruise
AAMCO ,Dealer issuing;
and,Lajes AFB,.Azores.Jox's OWNERSHIP", Assembly* Set.. This 71 BUICK SKYLARK 2 dr. Control Extra Sharp..
AAMCO "CAR H.T., Palllsade: Green with
__"'tt 'certificate; guarantees the transmission and torque Green Interior,equipped with 79 5
converter (Of your car has a torque converter) against factory air & power.

material and workmanship. It will be
GreatestFURNITURE failure of I VOLKSWAGON I

honored by any licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer 2895 Squareback.Wagon,blue with

for as long as you own this car, provided that it is black Interior,equipped with
Values! licensed AAMCO Transmission automatic transmission.
delivered to any Priced for economy minded.
Dealer in.the United States annually for service within 71 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 2 '

WHOLESALE 30 days".of the Service Date indicated below. The I dr..H.T.. Bronzinl Gold with $ 1195I I
&
PRICE TO EVERYONE the Sandalwood Vinyl top
$13.75 payable at
charge' for annual service is Sandalwood buckets fully

OPEN time of service, and it covers the replacement of equipped Including power ( PONTIAC LEMANS
adjustments. windows. Extra sharp. WAGON turquoise with black
and all preventive
fluid
EVERY transmission
| Interior, equipped with
DAY 1rav FREE TOWING at no extra" charge ONE DAY SERVICE

: available in mqst cases FREE 19 point Multi Check 3695 r

SUNDAY .. FINANCING available if necessary with approved credit. i2i'5&NOVEMBER

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RAdm. AndrewsVisiting

NARFJax


-RAdm.Clyde C. Andrews,
who became Naval Air Systems Ij'
Command
Representative I
Atlantic recently, arrived from I
Norfolk last night to visit NARF.
From his staff headquarters at
NAS Norfolk, RAdm. Andrews
directs aircraft maintenance and
,a material support functions
necessary to insure operational
readiness of Naval aircraft.
His command includes, in
r addition to the local NARF,
similar maintenance depots at
TOP ''CIVILIAN .. Charles R. Tisdale and Capt. William G. 20 YEARS SERVICE. Mrs. Ellen H. Bethea of NATTC's Ad- Quonset Point, Norfolk, Pen-
Slzemore, NAS Jax skipper, look over the plaque presented to Tisdalefor ministration Office receives a plaque marking her 20 years of service sacola and Cherry Point. He also
being named Civilian Employee of the Month for October. from Capt. William CarrierRNATTC( CO, and W. L. Rambo Ad- commands the Naval Plant
ministration Officer. Mrs. Bethea has worked at NATTC since 1965. Representatives assigned as

liaison with commercial aircraft
Answers- to and support equipment
s S manufacturing companies.
the most frequently
.,
e.' C a ""ec.erlas .nd'n..d' asked questions RAdm. Andrews is responsiblefor
Cedar HUH Shopping Center| total work effort of
House of Quality Foods the more
W Phone 771-9223 = than 17,000 persons who are
Every SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night is dedicated to timely and

FAMILY NIGHT B" E economical aircraft and maintenance 6,000 engines of 1,300 an

STEAK four choice of -.t(!:,._... nually in plant facilities currently
CHICKEN & WHAT ARE THE MEDICAL valued at an estimated $340

I $179' DUMPLINGS or 79t USES FOR SEDATIVES? .million.
NIGHT I His visit here will conclude
CHOPPED STEAK In addition to inducing sleep today.
and relaxing tensions, barbitu-
V4: Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter rates are used for psychoso-

LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM DINNER 4 PM til 8 PM matic conditions such as high
blood pressure and peptic ul
VYafch Fprpur tihcte cers. CIVILIAN:


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w r s Tomato Soup, 'Baked Chicken
and Dressing, Meat Sauce with
Macaroni, Chopped Veal Cutlets,
7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish.
Mashed Potatoes, French
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy,
Green Lima Beans, Turnip
Greens, Corn.Combination.
Salad, Tossed
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello,
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad,
Cole Slaw.
Coconut Cream Pie, Peach
Cobbler, Apple Pie, Layer Cake,
Assorted Pudding.
Tuesday,Nov.28
Bean Soup, Pan Roast ,of Beef
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Freedom is a tradition in our great nation. From the + '

earliest beginnings, the courage.of our Pilgrim forefathers .: ; .k
." made it possible. The will and faith of our people have kept, .i I
it alive. It will remain ours with vigilance and dedication.M'

So-the past, the present and the future are inextricably .
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woven together. Through freedom. Today we give. thanksI.
\ i?:' for this precious legacy. We remember and cherish our' ''1'1,'

,,,; '';, tradition. We pray that freedom will become the in* t FRIENDLY, RELAXED&'
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I Mad Foxes 30 Years Young This Week I


have taken the The "MAD FOXES"fly the P-3
By it was then known, flew the PBYtlCatalina" Shortly after the end of the war Deployments to all parts of the "Orion", which they first
Ltjg( )John Sheridan aircraft in bombing the squadron was transferred to squadron and Western received in 1966. The aircraft is

\'P-5 PAO raids against the Japanese in the Atlantic Fleet and stationedat Eastern Hemispheres where crews have now retrofitted with the latest

Jax On Nov 20, 1942 the World War II. Later in the war, Quonset Point,R.I. In January flown missions as varied as acoustic sensors and is a formidable .
"MAD FOXES" were "born" as the squadron formed a select 1947 the squadron moved again, in the recovery of Air opponent for even the
assisting
Bombing Squadron (VBM35) at group known as the "Empire this time to San Juan, Puerto Force Captain Virgil Grissom most modern of nuclear sub.
commissioning ceremonies at Express" composed of personnelwho Rico. At San Juan, Medium the Project Mercury marines.In .
during
Whidbey Island, Wash. participated in the bombingof Patrol Squadron (VPLM-5) came probe in 196..;enforcing the thirty years many aspects of
The "Blind Fox Squadron", as the Japanese mainland. under the operational commandof space Cuban Quarantine< in 1962; and patrol aviation have changed
Eleven where
1.J._. .-:'tf{ ....... ,)1 Fleet Air Wing since.In repeatedly performing their radically. A sharp eyeball and
they have served ever
'
mission of an- binoculars have been augmentedby
with primary
n 25 years of service
FAW-11, the "MAD FOXES" tisubmarine warfare, from the sophisticated and very sen.
have changed continuously to cold waters south of Keflavik, sitive electronic sensors in an
effort to keep abreast of modern
Iceland to the MediterraneanSea.
meet the needs of today's Navy
submarine technology.One .
and today's ASW threat. .
I thing has not changed,
however. The spirit and enthusiasm
that set apart the
"Blind Foxes" of 1942 is still very

r ,much a part .of the present day
i "MAD FOXES".



Pal DayJax

C
Thinking about going to
the USO Pal Day in St. AugustineDec.
BIRTHDAY PRESENT-honor of VP-5'i JOth birthday Cdr. H. A.
Hoover, (CLem), squadron CO, presents Capt. W. J. Vaught, Commander YOU'VE COME A LONG WAY-at Left Is a facsimile of the "Blind 2? Here's what's waiting for
Fleet Air Wing 11, with photograph of one of the Mad Fox"Orlons" Fox"squadron emblem.This name,and the emblem, was used by the you.
firing a Bullpup missle.VP-5 has served under FAW-11 since squadron until late In 1,4I when the squadron was redesignated VP-S It is suggested that you make
shown the Right. your first stop at USO Pal Day
1947. and adopted the"Mad Foxes"theme on
Headquarters at the Chamber of
I Commerce, 10 Castillo Drive.
There you'll find USO in,

formation, a free orientation
film, free parking, free carriage
tours and free trailer train and

trolley car tours. Also, free buses
r will run from Headquarters to

LEST WE FORGET COMMITTEE Marineland. between 8 a.m. and 5

p.m.A
free ham dinner will be
4645 Amherst/Jacksonville Florida 32205/Phone 384.1320I
served by the USO at Ketterlinus
I Gym, behind the Chamber of

Commerce on Orange St., from 2-

\ '. .' 6 p.m.
i Other attractions looking

forward to your visit include:
Gatorland Alligator Farm, U.S. 1
North; Old Jail, 157 San Marco

.. Ave.; Fountain of Youth, 155
\
1 YEARS A P.0GW.I: :i '. Magnolia Ave.; Ripley's BelieveIt
or Not Museum, 19 San Marco
'
f'ji.: .' Ave.; Castillo De San Marcos
(The Fort), 1 Castillo Drive; St.
Augustine Alligator Farm, AlA
.1 HOMAS GOB South; Marineland of Florida,
'> G 6 rp AlA South and a host of other
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... \ j And it's all FREE for service

'. '; personnel In uniform, their wives
and immediate family and all
dependents of servicemen

.r"J.I stationed' elsewhere with ID

"YOU WOULD HAVE TO GO THROUGH HELL. l cards.It .
is anticipated that tran-

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OVER 1700 AMERICANS are either Prisoners Of War or Missing inAction 1

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Aside from the inhumane treatment witnessed by those few who have ; ZIP PHONE Jax The Navy Exchange -
returned, the most tragic aspect Is that most of the families of these men will feature an
do not know If their sons, husbands, or fathers are alive or dead. Hanoi l 1 Please send_nlckel-plated.or., unclaimed laundry sale on
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God's leadership in actively engagingIn In order to maintain the high
cessful in bringing
humanitarian work. Chaplains standards of professionalismamong
T' and women in
to men
message always find willing helpers Navy chaplains, an ex
families.
: their
well
uniform,as as
Marines in tensive program of
in among sailors end continuing
In discussing the ministry RAdm. accomplishing projects that education has been launched to
the Naval Service enhance the physical and provide opportunities to enhance
Francis L.Garret, Chief of Navy spiritual well-being of the places the chaplain's minesterlal skills
f Chaplains, said, "With theirChurch' visit. Selected chaplains participateeach
r ministry, Navy they
their In the area of human relations, year in postgraduate studieson
Chaplains are employing worked tirelesslyto the masters and doctoral
'f(;; :It talents and skills in response to chaplains have
levels at civilian
will and un schools.
( good
t 1.(' the physical and spiritual needsof promote
and
i derstanding between men
the Navy community.
both New Skills
women of various races,
"The interest in religion in
new Four-week
counseling
within the military service and in courses
America, especially among the community relations.The afford many chaplains the opportunity .
significant
has been reflected in the
young, to
develop
harmonious in- new skills in
,, need for
s military and has afforded relations and equal the counseling dimension of their
7 ,,.. chaplains important con terpersonal that ministry.
opportunity are principles
temporary opportunities for guide chaplains in their personal This past summer over 400
ministry.
work-as chaplains attended seminars on
"Whether it is aboard ship, or counseling and group the theme "Ministry
Today and
well as their sermons.
ward in base
on a hospital a Tomorrow.
chapel,in the field with Marines, Chaplains have worked senior
Twenty chaplains
energetically in the developmentof are
or in a dependent's daily vacation
enrolled each
year in the
the lay leader program to
Bible school, Navy chaplains
Chaplain Corps Advanced
assure the outreach of spiritual
continue to reach out as God'switnesses
with prophetic ministry in the Navy and Marine Course-a yearlong program of
study designed to
messages as well as with helping Corps. prepare
chaplains for future
hands and understanding heartsto Lay leaders are carefully supervisory
inspire, encourage, comfort selected and trained laymen who assignments.Five .
and support. are designated by their commanding times each year the Chiefof
officers to conduct Chaplains sends to each
900
Today,just over clergymenfrom
54 denominations serve in appropriate services or devotions chaplain in the Corps a

the Navy chaplaincy at Navy, when no chaplain is present. One Professional Packet containing
Marine Corps and Coast Guard of the most noteworthy contemporary professional
installations at home and aboard developments in lay leadership is material aimed at keeping
hundreds of ships. the fact that an increased chaplains abreast on the latest
number of ships and stations information relative to ministry.
Jax The Navy's Chaplainswill authorities in 1778 seeking to
DimensionsThe have received from the The variety of
celebrate their 197th anniversary obtain chaplains for the Many approval opportunities for
Nov. 28. RANGER and BON HOMME ships ministry of Navy chaplainshas Catholic Military Ordinariate to service to young adults makes

The history of the Chaplain RICHARD. Since then the many dimensions. Shipboard permit laymen to administer holy the Navy chaplaincy a unique
Corps dates back to the birth of Chaplain Corps has been chaplains and chaplains assignedto communion when no Catholic ministry. In an ecumenical environment
the Navy itself. The Continental dedicated to creating a better Marine units overseas provide chaplain is available. the. Navy chaplain
Congress adopted the second way of life for all seafaring men. ,nr" functions as a faithful servant of
article of Navy Regulation on Because the majority of Naval his own Church in providing
Nov. 28, 1775, which provided for Service personnel are young moral and spiritual nurture for
divine services aboard ships of adults, the ministry of chaplainshas the Navy's youthful community.

the 13 colonies. become highly specialized. '
The article reads! "The Chaplains have employed innovative ,

r iE commanders of the ships of the techniques in order to .Y(t" ,'." ".. ,., f' .. EcumenicalService '
Thirteen Colonies, are to take communicate effectively Avith J
( care that divine services be this youthful population. /

S performed twice a day on board, In addition to the traditional
and a sermon preached on expressions of worship, folk Jax A brief ecumen-

Sunday, unless bad weather or Massesdialogue sermons, ical service will be held at

other extraordinary" accidents discussion groups, seminars, the NAS Jax Protestant
prevent. spiritual retreats, workshops,
Chapel Nov. 28 at 11 a.m.
John Paul
Jones, recognizing contemporary music and
the importance of chaplains liturgies, and multimedia to mark the 197th anniversary

aboard ship, wrote to Naval presentation have been sue of the Chaplain

Corps. _
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Europe ton" the ohis, Thanksgiving from boyhood"Arn,U"tea--Reprinted in An Old" Fashionedby Thanksg' ivin


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Joseph H. Jones "Oh, these geese were in front of the meat market, legs through the wire mesh. Papa asked the grocer to
penned up in a wire cage along with chickens, ducks figure up his grocery bill for the past week. The grocer
Grandpa finished his dessert, pushed his chair aside and turkeys" Grandpa didn't wait for further inquiry.He took out a long box and fingered through it until he
and ambled into the living room. He thought this was was carried away in his own thoughts. got the proper pad-'Well now,' he said-just then
the best Thanksgiving he had"ever known. Then an "We lived three blocks from a grocery store withan mama came in. She had decided what turkey she
afterthought-Well, almost. attached butcher shop," he explained, "and as soon wanted and the storekeeper disappeared through the
This was grandpa's first Thanksgiving since his wife as we heard the geese we knew the Thanksgiving door to get it. While he was busy mama nervously,
died nearly a year ago. Usually he was complainingabout poultry had anived. Now there would be a rush to the complained to papa that the price would probably be
his "rheumatiz" which was a constant handicapto market to get the best bird.. too high, but that she wasn't going to settle for a
his enjoyment of everything, unless he deemed it "It was Saturday," Grandpa continued, "next Thurs chicken. Papa only grunted. "
otherwise. But today was a "good" day. day would be' Thanksgiving-the geese were late this "Against her better judgment, mama bought some
Grandpa was not. comfortable, he let his belt out a year! bananas and oranges which were shipped especially
notch and slumped into an easy chair. After a while he. "Papa came home at his usual time, a little after six. for the season.
began to relax, and soon he was almost asleep. It was pay ,day. In those days pay day always was "The grocer tied the turkey's feet together securely,
His grandchildren, Jamie and Eric, were quietly play. Saturday and papa worked every day from six in the figured the total bill and papa complained that it
ing on the living room floor. Sally, his teenage grand. morning to six in the evening, Saturdays, included. shouldn't be that much. This was old stuff to the, gro
daughter, went to her room 'after placing the dishes inwie Papa was momentarily wealthy, having received $18 for cer, who was busy putting gum drops, lollypops and
: dishwasher. the week's work. Mama hurried supper. 'We must get mints into a sack for us kids.
Suddenly the after dinner calm was shattered. to the market,' she quickly told papa, 'the extra poultryhas "The children thanked the grocer for this customary
"The horse knows the way to carry the sleigh arrived. Last Thanksgiving we had the skinniest gift, which came each time the weekly bill was paid.
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Grandpa was thinking aloud and was startled by his New York dressed chicken I've ever cooked. This timeI Papa picked up the turkey, which was sliding and kicking .
own voice. The boys were curious and came closer to hope we can get there early enough to buy a live in the sawdust, and we were on our way home.
hear more of grandpa's rantings. turkey.' Papa complained that there wouldn't be timeto "When we arrived home, papa cut the bindings with
"Grandpa, what do you mean about a horse carryinga fatten any kind of fowl properly." his pocket knife and placed the turkey in a small,
sleigh?" Jamie added. Grandma was brought back to reality by a tug on seldom-used chicken yard. Grandpa recalled that he
Grandpa was somewhat embarrassed and explainedthat the arm. It was Jamie. "Grandpa, what Is 'New York ran for some corn while his brother went to the houseto
he was thinking of a poem written a long time dressed?'" find some kitchen scraps. It was imperative. that
ago. It was about going to grandma's house for Thanks. Grandpa didn't care to elaborate, he wanted to get the fattening begin immediately.
giving-a sleigh?-that was a large sled pulled by a on with the story, so he quickly answered the question. "Every night we had papa feel the turkey's legs to
horse. "New York dressed is a fowl put on ice with its head, see if they were any heavier." Grandpa smiled at the
Grandpa began to reminisce about Thanksgivingspast legs and innards intact, but with the fathers off." 'Both thought.
and. the children immediately forgot about the Jamie and Eric screwed their mouths into expressions "Monday was school again, but it would be different
sleigh and grandma. of distaste. This didn't deter grandpa, who continued: this week-it always was during this special week.
"When I was young," he began, "Thanksgivingwasn't "After a quick dinner we were on our way to the The teachers were more relaxed. They would read
just a day, it was a season. Sure, the calendar market. As we entered, my brother kicked the Inevitable Thanksgiving stories to us.
showed Thanksgiving was on the last Thursday'of No. sawdust which was on the floor of the butcher shop.In "That week we made paper turkeys, colored turkeysand
vember, but to us it was a season! It began when the the grocery section we both took turns bobbing the talked about turkeys and Thanksgiving until the
air became crisp ,and frost was on the pumpkinbutthe pickles down into the grey-white brine in ,the big barrelon close of school Wednesday night. Then we took our
real harbinger was the sound of geese. Oh not the the floor. 'Everybody has to push the pickles,' paper turkeys home to mama, who would always say
kind that fly over going south in the fall." complained the storekeeper. how wonderful they were. "Papa came home as usual
"But what kind were they?" Eric asked, big eyed. "Mama stayed outside trying to feel the turkeys' (Cont. on Pg. 15)
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30 Year Pins Wilton E. Swilley tY
Lawrence Kimberly David A. Moed
Walter L. Dunce Herschel C. Conner fA
Donald Greatrex
James F. Burns 20 Year Pins ,/'I.i;
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Glenn F. Volp Jesse D. O'Quinn ..
Raymond J. McKelvey James T. Rowe ,
Fred. C. Hogg Roland E. Maxam '"'Jsi.d' ',.
Robert E. Ratchford, Jr. Wallace E. Arnold
Lloyd F. Kussmaul Michael Ceballos, Jr. I' '""1 By Ed; Beasley
Wilbert A. Eberle Carleton W. Bushman Strange as it may seem,
L. R. Fuller Louis J. Barilla perhaps 38,000 Black sol
Alfred Jones Walter W. Duncan NEW SENIOR CHIEF AECS Constantine J. DutUkas (Right) Is diers were killed in the
Aubrey Isaac George B. Sweat congratulated by Capt. William Carrier, Jr., NATTC CO, after being Civil War. Twenty-two
Johnnie L. Pandley advanced to his present rank. Senior Chief Dutiakas is an instructor at Blacks serving in the Un
Alton B. Haynes RetirementsJack AEV"B" School.Reviews. ion Navy and Army won
A, Pace the Medal of Honor.
Thomas R. Rosakranse William C. MartinJr. AvailableOn At the start of the war,
Thomas J. Doyle Leon L. Carter the Blacks were hardly
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Charles J. Lankford Joseph F. Perritt Drug DischargesA used at all, but as the
William A. Davis Duncan E. Merrow South began to use themin

Philip B. Eggert Henry Breitmoser veteran who received an than honorable conditions' solely such things as con-
Wilhelm R. Erickson Daniel R. Whiddon discharge struction work, the North
"other than honorable" on the basis of personal use'of
John E. Doane Calvin L. its atti-
Gray service because began to change
from military drugs or possession of drugs
Benjamin T. Fisher Gloria Psota possession tude. In time, the North
of
drug use or for such
use.
Henry C. Church Charles H. Fields (also received began to use them, spar
,
may apply for a discharge re- It was explained the purpose '
Willie E. Dobbs a 40 year service pin, certificate Ingly at first. then
Veterans .Administration
view, the of the review'p 1icy is to pro
Joseph P. Hagan and letter from the Secretary of offering freedom to,South
has reminded. for this
vide opportunity
an
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Julius C. Finney the Navy). slaves who would
ern escape -
months Secretary ,
Some ago, group, of veterans to become
of Defense Melvin Laird an- eligible for VA medical treatment and join the North-:
nounced that 'military departments -. VA has 44 ,drug treat em army.. At one point,
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rement centers, but is barred by
characterization administrative law from treating veterans with sailors were Black.
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E 78-14 !MURRAY. HILL BARNETT BANK 840 Edgewood Ave.

$1495 $;ET F 78-14 '*y NORMANDY" ATLANTIC BANK.. 6545 Normandy.Blvd

Whitewalls add G 78-14 & 15 '* WESTSIOE ATLANTIC BANK,'4328'Standing Blvd.'

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your tire needs, Florida Driver's License Number. '
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Publisher CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING;
...... Movie Schedule

JAX AIR NEWS
NASJacksonvlUeM CALL: 388.2755
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LATWINGERNAS. Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be Wednesday,Nov. Robert Ryan
published the following week unless the NAS: "MR KING "PG" (94
publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or WAR" Action Drama )
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money order for the full cost of
the ad must be
4747 San Juan Avenue received WITH the copy for the ad. John Saxon and Tippi BREEZE",
"PG" (92 min.)

Jacksonville Florida = RATEt minimum charged lines) 12.00 HOSPITAL: THE 26
Per additional line (words line) .SO
per THE WOLVES"Drama, Horror,
Richard Eagan and
and
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Thursday Nov.23
1f ':'<:>"Ii::: I.Ij1I$ ""< I EM LOYMENT/ti; Call us for Quick service Live In one, rent other. App. $200. mo. :
,:,' ,w '$,:>,{ I,: Morrison I. Taylor, Inc. Dead lake. 786.0712, 771.4040. venture Drama, WEST"m. .27
4543 Wesconnttt BlVd. Connery and Gert AND

SALESMAN WANTED 771.3052' 737-314 'BROADMORE (110 min.) Musical

Apply at Florida Jewelers, II w. 12x64,2BR,1 bath, CH & A,part furn., HOSPITAL: "MR. Angela Lans-
Forsyth St., 353.0625.EXPERIENCED NORMANDY ACRES 10x27 Awning, Util. shed 8. skirting.Set STREET'S WAR"
4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road up on landscaped lot In small "G"
NIGHT COOK frontage to 10 acre tracts. Land is secluded park. Equity 8. take up pmts.or Friday, Nov.24
Good pay & hours, apply In person, the best investment for the future. refinance. Call 264.2032 weekdaysaft. NAS: "COOL "
Ole Red Barn, 428 Hwy 17S., Orange Other tracts available over Southwest 4:30 PM. after Thanksgiving. Adventure Drama, .28
Jacksonville
Park. Wynne Realty of Florida Thalmus Pasulala and RISES .....,I.

389-5514 389.8507 J: St. Jacques. "R" (103 ) Starring

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MIDDLEBURO AREA '67 CADILLAC4DR.
Saturday,Nov.25 KNOBS
1 acre Mobile Home tracts in Sunny ., HT, loaded, exec. tires, "
AIRE LITE INDUSTRIES JAX side Farms. Call 264 2086. reasonable or trade for late NAS: "HORIZONS
Fabrication, In rescreening, window mOdellong wheel base pickup, 771-
screens, screen doors, patio & pool 3211 Ext. 8340.
35R,2B PRETTY
enclosures, aluminum roofs & car. ,
free estimates. Fenced yard,fruit trees very nice
ports Owned & $16,000.VANSANDT.Realtor. MICKY FINN iaJ
operated by: Norman T. Abrams, 387.1213 Chief (AP) USN ret. your (contact)
USN retired, Paul Tinney, 2568 Edison for a used car, pick-up,or van. Talk at NEWEST
Ave., 3..12..2.A mel Whatcha lookln'fer?? Call Duval CONCEPT
Ford 3539028. Request Micky Finn. IN APARTMENT LIVING
recorded message by

SCOTT EDWARDSTells '71 FIREBIRDV 1 21 BEDROOM, 1 AND BATHS
you how to be a AC, AT, PS, AM-8 Track stereo,
DISCJOCKEYcall Spacious rooms, wide windows,
Radial tires, Exc.
Cond.
$2895. 721. central heat 8. air cond. Private
3552944 any hour. Approved forveterans. 3930.
ORANGE
Columbia School of PARK patios, sundecks, swimming pool
2 BR Apts. Furn. or unfurn., Dishwasher -
'66 VW S and party room.
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not
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Drapes, Carpets. Elizabeth
affiliate with CBS, Inc. Course by Apts. 771.1405 or 771.3355. Very Good cond.. New paint lob 264-8102
home study. $650. 2466376
1800 KINGSLEY AVE.
BEING TRANSFERRED? 1972 KEYSTONE CAMPER .
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO Let a retired Navy man who under. Completely self contained,on a Dodge DIRECTIONS Between Blanding
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape stands YOUR problems, manage the chassey, low.equity & take over Blvd.' & Orange Park. Minutes
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate rental of your house until you return to. pmts., will consider trade for equity. away via new I.295.WESTSIDE.
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. Jax. 26C.7191.1H7CORVETTCONVERTIBLE.
I Bartleson O'Nelt&Payne, Inc. d=tJ
LIVE CRABS 1147 So. Edgewood Ave.
Wllford's Fish Camp 388.9311 Good cond., 427 cu. In., 390 horse, .4
364 9707 Speed, pos. traction, call7 PM.
GIVEUSACALLFOR weekdays, 264 6220.
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TYLER'S HEATING ft AIR COND. Quick Rental of Property
Central & Wall Furnaces, space Edward Lyon,your Broker 389-0361 '70 CUDA CREAM PUFF : : :
heaters, cleaned I & repaired. Yellow & Black, Like new. Lots of
lakeshore .4711 Palmer, 388.5161.SEW.SEW.SEW extras. Still under warranty. $1495.
WILMAR APARTMENTSAir 388..97. --

Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living
Hundreds of bargains, singer touch room, Kltche, Brfst. nook, parking TENT CAMPER
and makes button holes, fancy And Camping equip,Sleeps 6
sew space for 2 cars water, sewage,
designs.. blind hems, Call 246.7893 .
overcasting garbage, lawn service. Furnished-
1150 LANE AVE. SO. PHONE 781-5511'
sews stretch fabrics,etc.Original cost $120, Unfurnished.$100., plus 4 per. ,
over 1400. Balance S71 In cash or$6 per cent sales tax. 387-2541 weekends, 389- Open Dally 8 to 8:Saturday 8 to 5-Sundayl to 6 PM
month. 0744.
805 S. Edgewood Ave.389-0494 Take stock
3IR,2B HOUSE
Den with Fireplace, Cent. Air & Heat,
Responsible KIRBY VACUUM party take CLEANER up pmts. of$5. Fenced yd., Orange Park. Call GCS, 72 VW SUPER BEETLE AT, A"C, Warranty $2595

a month. Call dealer. 773-8936. 284-5558. inAmerica 71 VW SUPER BEETLE Auto, R&H $2095

a R 71 VW SUPER BEETLE AM-FAA, Low Milage $1995
MUST HAVE GOOD HOME 'x
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,$! ."' \*.'' ", 70 VW SEDAN R&H AC AT $1795
Free 9 mo.old Pure German Shepard ,
264-4248 aft.5:30: PM. 70 VW SEDAN R&H69VWSEDANR&H $1695

20,000. BTU AIR CONDITIONER JUSTISS TRAILER PARK $1595
Window type,S85. 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS. Clean,Modern 68 VW SEDAN R&HAC $1495
.
772 9914 or Base X3269 trailers and Apts. 3893007.
I -- 66 VW SEDAN R&H, New Paint $995

ORAPFLEX PRESS CAMERA4x5 71 VW FASTBACK R&H $2195
with flash attachment, like new, .,
$180. Contact Conroy, 7722535. (Fleet ( FRIW 69 VW FASTBACK R&H, AT, AC <*.!f $1895
Weather Facility). e '
M. NOVEMBER 24th 71 VW SQUAREBACKAuto, R&H t $2595

CHIHUAHUA'S FOR SALE 70 VW BUS Deluxe R&H, AC71KARMANNGHIAR&H ': L $2795
$35.and WO.
246.4379 'SEX SCANDALS $2295

ST. BERNARD PUPPIES 69 KARMANN GHIA R&H, AT ., $1695

6 wks. old, AKC, Shots & wormed, ROCK EUROPE 70 VW FASTBACK AT, R&H !j $1995
Deposit will hold til X.Mas. Call 772- '.,1t. .
8404 or 771.3211 Ext. 142. 70 VW BUS Deluxe R&H $2495

71 VW POPTOP CAMPER R&H, AC $3495
CHANCE OF A LIFETIME ,5.
Opportunity for Immediate profit and Extra Sharp
a potential of $20,000 and up as a
poultry grower. Be your own boss. 20 67 CHEVY CAPRICE R&H $1095

acres, 4504' x 30' houses, 64M
capacity. Automatic feeders and
waterers Egg processing house and
cooling room. Modern 3 bdrm house, 2 Nice Selection of other Model 1 VW's
deep wells, 1 mobile home space.

Many Profit extras.from broilers 912.384.3678 now after growing.6 PM. b 100 % GUARANTEE!

Douglas, Ga. $48,500.

-= We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspection
Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
i&iIIi TAT Q! CHEATING And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all,
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QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY SHOCKING EXPOSED! ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. SEX-FILE: CONFIDENTIAL X ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Edward O.Lyon, Broker M9-C36I
NO ONE UNDER 11 ADMITTED
3BR CEMENT BLOCK HOME WARNING PROOF OF AGE WILL BE REQUIRED
5753 Tlmaquana Rd.
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The following is a reportof
b motor vehicle accidents and
traffic violations for the period of
4. 5 Ir
Nov. 6-12.

Number of Accidents
n a This period 8
This period a year ago 13
Total accidents this year 351
Total accidents through this
period last year 307
Total number of days since last
injury in a motor vehicle accident
12
Number of days since an injury
last year at this time 142

Number of Violations

This period 62

.. : Speeding 21
Pm .<;I-"' '/!" '" Reckless driving 1
DQNALD L WINDLE headed for the 26-year mark when he llll.i -." Going through stop sign 8
reenlisted for six years at the fifth Radar, Squadron with Ma|. Ken- YN1 RICHARD W. YOUNG signs his name for six more years at
neth P. Tevebaugh administering the oath. FICEUR with Capt. E. R.Sourbeer, FICEUR CO, looking on.
r """",," ........d Other Violations 32
rr Twenty-two drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
( Nov. 16. Disposition of the
L1 cases included the following:
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f'f Ten lost driving and parking

%h privileges aboard the station for
various periods; eleven were
t assigned to complete an eight-
hour course in remedial driving;
?4443 f e nine received suspensions; three
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dismissed; fourteen were fined
1 + lrp: (U.S. Magistrate); and seven
were referred to commanding
SSGT. BILLY M. MARRS officers for possible disciplinaryaction.
headed for 20 when he reenlistedfor .
two more years at the 679th Nineteen drivers were assessed
Radar Squadron. fifty traffic points.


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the oath for three more GY.SGT RICHARD P. HAR- ATCS GUSTAVE W. LAM-
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the Support Group. MATSG, giving him a total of 20. giving him a total of 20. .
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: have been advertised under the Dec. 5.Employees.
!i BY POPULAR DEMAND IN THE Jj J\\: Jax Merit Promotion Program are urged to look
since our last issue: for the Merit Promotion Announcements

f j 1 PIRATES TAVERN jj] f Safety Engineer, GS-803-11 on the official
((111-72)); Closing Date: Dec. 13. bulletin boards in their work
Equal Opportunity Specialist areas at least once a week.
(Employment), GS-160-11 ((112- They are also encouraged to
.* DONANDTHE .tf I 72); Closing Date: Dec. 21. contact the Employment Office,
Ext. 3448, or the Rating Branch,
Traffic Manager, GS-2130-11 Ext. 2320, Civilian Personnel
1 (113-72)( ); Closing Date: Dec. 21. Department to inquire 'about
RENEGADES Aircraft Instrument Mechanic positions in which they are in-
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IAnCo f Old. Fashioned Thanksgiving I Iat




6:15: and went straightaway to the woodshed
t
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sharpen the axe. I wanted to push the pedal on the saloon he went, laid his dime on the counter and i came "At last all w grindstone." grandpa recalled "but away with a pail full of beer. call. With
papa sent me for to a certain clalivoyanei1 we were .jiliuul>'
water instead. He placed the "Arriving home he filled his glass the \t:*. '
some water in an old tin and sat in his rocking in kitchen even papa.
can hung over the grinding wheel. The can had a hole chair. He jammed clippings into his corncob pipe "We: all took our places at the table. l'u'IImL' dll\\"

In the bottom which allowed the water to slowly drip and adjusted his spittoon so that he 'could hit it from first, ,at the head of the tn1.l'I\ nearly Htarvc, ,"

onto the stone. Soon the axe' was sharp as a any angle. grandpa recalled, "so without permission ,I begin jny
razor Then he ,
\Ve headed for the chicken yard. The turkey began to rock, while sniffing the short pi raYL'I'.J.t

nervous, he seemed to be almost in shock. was so heavenly"Mama aroma coming from the kitchen. 'God:' 1 is I''at"I. '. ({' *-'*\ ,' ",,
was still "
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busy In the
kitchen.
She fastened God is good.--
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"Papa told us that turkeys always know the meat grinder to the edge of the table." .
when it'8 Grandpa Let us thank him fur this foot}l. : '*f': /.
then
Eve." explained to Jamie 1 *
Thanksgiving and Eric how he helped make i
"How could they know ?" Eric asked. But he the mincemeat for the pies by turning the handle to "Papa said the prayer was, nice but expluine : I.\thut
didn'tget
grind the it didn't allow for the true of, the "
meaning
any satisfaction from grandpa who only raisins, apples, suet and meat. It was dif. or dignity < <
that he didn't know, but that they always do. replied ficult for Jamie and Eric to understand why meat was occasion-'Thanksgiving,' he said 'is what the word
included In a pie. implies-a time each year when people eveiywheie .

should reflect on their many blessings and give thanks.
"The turkey decided that he had to do something "Mama then placed the ingredients in earthenware We should be thankful not only for the food we eat but

about this rapid encroachment and ran headlong into crocks, mixed in the spices, precooked them and spooned for the freedom of thought we enjoy the right to,own

the fence. That was too much for us," said Grandpa, the filling into the crust-lined pie pans. The pumpkinpies property to choose a church to our: liking and to pursue

"so my brother and I ran for the gate. As I slippedout already baked, were set in the open window to cool., happiness in any way we desire so long as it does not

the turkey saw his opportunity and headed for the Mama allowed she'd keep an eye ,on them, as they hada interfere with the rights of others.' Papa was con

open spaces. Outside the yard and down the street he way of disappearing. cerned. 'We should go further,' he said. 'We should "'i-1

ran, gobbling all the while. With the mincemeat pies in the oven, she prepared include in our prayers a plea for the poor and hungry

the sage dressing, crammed it into the turkey and, witha those in ill health, the politically oppressed and others

"Soon the neighbors joined the chase and the exhausted large darning needle, sewed it up. less (fortunate so they, too, shall have hope for a

bird was caught and returned to papa. "The children Thanksgivingsuch as this."This ::
went to bed and papa finished his beer.
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"Mr. turkey didn't have sentiment '
on his side any Mama soon finished her basic chores, removed her is the real intent of h"
a Thanksgiving Day _
papa .
longer. Papa wasted no time in
chopping off
the
tui- apron, heaved a deep sigh of relief and'joined papa in said. Then he began to pray. It was not a long prayer **

key's head. the parlor. Soon they retired and upon conclusion we all said 'Amen. ,,.. I'-.
"We were all up before dawn. The sun was late this
"Papa strung: the bird, up by the feet and headed for Thanksgiving 'Papa carved the turkey and a huge portion',was .
morning, but the bright golden orb in
the kitchen. Momma, who was watching from the window the east placed on each plate along with potatoes gravy, dressing "
gave promise of a beautiful day. Papa broke
had already begun drawing boiling water from the lump in the kitchen and other special treats. Soon we were all silent
stove, and added more coal.
the reservoir ,of the kitchen stove. Papa took the Soon the except for the noises peculiar to eating. I was worried '.
hot
oven was and Mama put the prepared
scalding water to the yard and we watched him dress turkey in the that r wouldn't have room for my pie but I managed.
oven. All went well and after many ins ,
the With our stomachs full the that "
turkey. to point we thought
and outs for basting, she slid the. beautifully browned
bird they'd burst we all found a place to recline for a while..
from the oven and set it to cool.
"Soon he reentered the kitchen with a plump white
bird. Momma was delighted! It was a beautiful turkey. "We had eaten "After recovery we gathered the parlor around the
only a light breakfast-mama
wantedus piano. Mama
played some traditional and
Papa took a look around. There were pots and songs ended
pans to be hungry
so we would enjoy dinner. We with 'I'm Forever Blowing """
pes-
BubblesFinally she l hesitatingly
everywhere and, despite'the tantalizing aroma of bread tered her -
to
cut a pie, but it was to no avail so we gave closed the piano lid. Thanksgiving
cakes and cranberries he reckoned It was time to gethis and season was ,
up went out to play. With the "
tantalizing aroma over Grandpa said wistfully. He pulled Jamie and J
bucket of beer from the saloon.
corner coming from the kitchen, it was difficult even to play. Eric closer. & ,: ;

"Grandma recalled that Papa busied himself by sipping some wine he saved, \') db
preparation for the beer "
wasa "Yes Grandpa reassured himself *
weJ'ethe'{
'especially for Thanksgiving: "Those !> |
ritual. "To reduce the. foam, papa would take.a ,verysmall best Thanksgivings They didn't come .and'o, in 'a

portion of lard-an aver so small portion-" "Mama put in a leaf in the table and covered then single day. They lasted a season!

Grandpa had a gleam in his eye. "Papa would the table with her best linen and'began placing the brightly "No," grandpa had an afterthought: "They lasta
grease( the bottom of his dinner pail and off to the polished silverware beside the plates. lifetime!

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and women overseas still remain. Each area of theglobe

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Civilian Menu ,;" : :- P-16 Read .

(Cont. from Pg. 6)) dings.

Gravy, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Thursday,Nov.30 1 f Y Before
Liver with Onions, Fish. Minestrone Soup, Country
Mashed Potatoes, French Steaks with Yellow Rice, *
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Spaghetti and Meat Sauce,Baked
Great Northern Beans, Squash, Franks with Cabbage, 7 oz. You BuyWhen
Spinach. Chopped Sirloin, Fish.
Combination Salad, Tossed Mashed Potatoes, French
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, it comes to manufac.
Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit JeUo, Peas, Mustard Greens, Pinto turers' guarantees or warranties -
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Beans. read before you buy, advises
Cottage Cheese, Cucumber Mix, Combination Salad, Tossed AAKES.
Kidney Bean Salad. Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit There's no difference betweenthe
Apple Pie, Strawberry Short Cup, Plain JeUo, Fruit Jello, two. Both are merely. a
Cake, Chocolate Cream Pie, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Plain i promise of quality or perform.
Assorted Pudding. Cottage Cheese, Beet and Onion, ance, but often the promise
Wednesday,Nov.29 Tuna Fish Salad.Pineapple means less than the customer
Vegetable Soup; Surf Cakes Cream Pie, Apple EAGLE AWARDS- Receiving awards at VP-U ceremonies' NAS expects.It's .
with Slaw, Braised Pork Chops Pie, Chocolate Cake, Assorted Bermuda were (L.Rh) AMS1 Donald E. Jordan, Sailor of the Month wise to understand be-
with Apples, Baked Meat Loaf Puddings. for August; AZ3 Rex A. Caswell, Sailor of the Month for September; forehand .just what the manu
with Creole Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped Friday,Dec.1 A01 Ricahrd C. Smith and A02 Douglas R. Slaughter,earned Aircrew facturer offers to do if his
Sirloin. Chicken Gumbo, VegetableBeef Wings AM2 Michael'- Moritz, flying over 5,000 hours as Flight product proves defective. If the
c. Mashed Potatoes, French Stew with Rice, Stuffed Engineer in the P-3 "Orion";and AZ2 Bruce N. Devall, Good Conduct guarantee seems really worth.ess .
A Fried Rice and Gravy, Peppers, Creole Sauce, Trout Medal.The awards were presented by Cdr.Mirise,"Eagles"CO. : at least the customer
Blackeyes, String Beans, Spiced Almondine,7 oz.Chopped Sirloin. knows-and buys at his own
Beets. Mashed Potatoes, French

Combination Salad, Tossed Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Rate ReductionFor risk.Here are some questions to
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit String Beans, Stewed Tomatoes,
ask: Is the entire item coveredor
Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Mixed Vegetables.
certain ? Is the
just parts
Plain Cheese Combination Salad, Tossed
Cottage Fruit
,
Blue CrossJax item guaranteed against defectsof
Cottage Cheese, Carrot and Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
Raisin, Potato Salad. Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, material or workmanship or
both? Are labor included
charges
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
Coconut Cake
Egg CustardPie
Apple Pie, Assorted Pud Cottage Cheese, Cucumber and A rate reduction beginning Jan. 1, 1973 for the hi the guarantee cover-
Tomato, Waldorf Salad. national Federal Employees Health Benefits Program age?
-- (FEP) underwritten by Blue Cross and Blue Shield was Some guarantees, AAFES
announced this week points out, cover parts only,
by J. W. Herbert, President Blue
some cover parts and labor.
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.. but for a limited period of time.
O "The actual amount of the reduction will depend on AAFES also notes that thereare

whether the employee has chosen the high or low optionplan" two types of guarantees:
the rata and the lifetime.
Herbert said, "with the government contributingover pro
G i p'N AV The pro-rata guarantee is usually .
40 percent of the cost of the high option plan, and 50 offered ,with sale of prod-

To win one of many exciting gifts offered at a SPOM percent of the cost of the low option plan". ucts that normally wear out in
(Shaklee Products Opportunity Meeting) use-batteries, tires, etc. Gen-
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7i JO P.M.-Wednesday,Nov.2f or Monday,Dec.4th administers the the manufacturer will
Ballroom,Guild Hall (oppositeswimming pool) program, designates a two-week periodas only pay part of the replace
t t. Londontowne Apartments.1591 Lane Ave.S. an "Open Season". At this time, employees may ment price.

Minimum age requirement II yrs. change carriers and-or options, or enroll if,they did not The lifetime guarantee can

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continue until Dec. 1. customer's lifetime, or maybe
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Six out of ten enrolled Federal
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OPENINGJax BOWLING LEAGUEJax U-Pic-Em NAME .

The Jax Navy
Fliers Basketball team for Bantams- A bowling league Jax-Airman William L. RANK OR TITLE __-____AGE_ PHONE

will open the 1972.73 and Juniors ( (ages 8-12)) Nunley won this week's U- DUTY. STATION SERVICE NUMBER
ages 13-15)) is
season with games Pic-Em 'I
now contest with the
being formed at the (This week's games)
scheduled for Friday only
NAS Jax Lanes. perfect ballot out of
November 24 at 7:30 The about NOTRE -
p.m. league is 100 entries. DAME SOUTHERN CAL.
and Saturday, November start scheduled to This week it was ARKANSAS_ '
on TEXAS TECH
25 at 2 p.m. Both games November Saturday, Missouri's win over Iowa
will be played at King interested 25 at 9 a.m. All State and SMU's win over FLORIDA. ._LSU ),.
Hall Building 563. Coach depepdents of Arkansas that '
proved to be
military MICHIGAN OHIO
STATE
personnel, retired the
Hattabaugh has some stumpers as
and many
active
added'talent this year and are invited to balloters missed these MARYLAND MIAMI
sign up at the NAS Jax
anticipates some interesting Lanes. For further in- games. NEBRASKA OKLAHOMA
entertainmentfor formation Everyone who plans on

your basketball Davis at Ext.contact 2584. Chief entering this week's MISSISSIPPI MISSISSIPPI ST.-___
pleasure. Come out and contest should take note of HARVARD YALE ', '
support your Fliers! a new deadline for this
MAYPORT OPEN GOLF LADIES GOLF TOUR. week only. Due to the WASHINGTON GREEN BAY- .J{

TOURNAMENTJax NAMENT RESULTSJax holiday schedule all KANSAS CITY OAKLAND ..
ballots must be in by 2
The Second'An. The Nas Jax p.m. ,today.

nual Navy Mayport Open Ladies Golf Association Next week marks the ATTENTION BALLOTERS.All ballots must be in by 2 p.m.this .
Golf Tournament will be held an Even Nine-Hole end of the regular college afternoon due to the holiday period.
Tournament TIE-BREAKER: predict final score on the between
played at the Mayport last week. football game
season and in turn Nebraska and Oklahoma.
Indicate winners in other
Naval Station December 8- Winners, runner-ups and the last U-Pic-Em ballot of check mark. games by a

10. The Pro-Am will be winners on putts in the the year. That means that Ballot Boxes for NAS and Cecil Field are located at the Navy
played December 6-7 and individual flights are as anyone who plans on Exchange near the Lay-away counter and at Galley One..
the Recruiting Commandof follows: 1st Flight challenging B.W. f.$::::::::::::::::: :::::::: :::::: ::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::;:::::;:::::::;::::::::.

Jacksonville will be Penney Bennett ((33&), Castelli's position as
represented by P01 Vince Gloria Gortney ((36)) and season champ should
McCann' of the Cocoa Ruth Bolin ((30)); 2nd Flight make their move now TILE p

Beach Recruiting Station. Dottie Hilton ((35&), before it's too late.
Complimentary ticket and Betty Heyer ((38)) and Polly GIFTS
gate passes are availableat Tieslau ((33)); 3rd Flight aowsiisvmcoMio
the Normandy Mall Lilian Oberhausen ((37), D *Nautical Charts Outriggers. >Nautical Wear
>Paints Fish Boxes *Bur gee Jackets Q
Recruiting Station. Interested Betty Kelczewski ((38&), HardwareSkiis. / Table Wear IVINIUOI
persons are asked Dorothy Bethea ((3816)) and Repair Materials .Accessories.Other Goodies
to the Sue Sourbeer ((36)). WET STORAGE-MARINE HOISTS. -IIUII SERVICE'TACHT BROKER
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raising funds to purchase
equipment for the
team. Team members are
ARNOLD CO.
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advance and tickets will be
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For ]Looking Worthwhile

I CECIL SPORTSby .

Project ? Here It Is ,f.

DTC J. D. Brewster ,
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To All Hands: You may someday need care for
Since you are an importantpart your children .or your family BASKETBALL
of the Total Jacksonville may have to seek assistance in
Intramural basketball got off to
community,we are seeking your caring for your brothers and
a roaring start last week with all
help in our efforts to provide a sisters. We have children of your
10 teams seeing action.
happy Christmas for more than shipmates in foster care at this
600 dependent children who time. Too of Woodard of VA-12 scored 12 '
are many your coworkers I Ir It
.
points in leading his team to a 49
legal wards of the Division of are our foster parents.
39 win over VA-174. "Hellrazor"
Family Services. None of us are so isolated from
These youngsters are just like each other that we can avoid our Gill led all scorers with 22 points.

your own children, or yourS fellow man and his needs. Dental surprised AMD with a
brother's and sister's. The dif While we have funds to meet 38.29 win. Dan Shellhouse tallied
ference is that they cannot live in the basic needs of the children, 22 points for the winners, while
their own homes with their own the State of Florida makes no Roger McGhee was scoring 11 for
families. provision for extras such as AMD.

You may wonder why their Christmas. It is for this reason Medical made their 1972 debuta
parents cannot provide those that we must reach out to the successful one by downing
things which make a good community to seek their help. NAMTD 43.35. Gutting scored 16
Christmas for any child. The Knowing the generous spirit of for the corpsmen, and Howard 11
reasons are quite simple. Manyof the service groups, may I appealto for the instructors.
these people have scarely you to assist us in seeing that
enough money to exist on.To live, each child may have the kind of VA-45 snapped Dental's one
to have enough to eat at every Christmas you had, or wish you game winning streak with a 33 -
).Y meal, to be able to relax and might have had. 22 win. Fred Kitts led VA-45 '1 yP
scorers with 12 points, while .
few fill those
enjoy a moments are Help us empty
luxuries thay have never known. stockings this year. You can you Ernie Williams was putting 10 Some of the highlights of Cecil Field's recent smoker appear above.
These are the people who can't know, by contacting the Child through the nets for the crest- Upper left, Red Kackley vs "Pap" Papaneau. Center left, Smokey
help. Then, there are also those Welfare Units, 227 Park Street fallen Dental five. Buchko vs Abe Abernathy, lower left, Red Kackley vs Papaneau on

who ,cannot for other reasons. (P.O. Box 1199)), Jacksonville, Jones with 12 points and Walton canvas, center right, Hall vs Liacano, top right, Buxch vs Busch,
They may have problems whichare Florida 32201 or telephone 353- with 11 proved the difference in center top, Welch vs Kelly. Center, boxing coach Ramey, Beard,
so enormous that they 1251 Ext. 44. VA-66's 38 31 win over the McGowan, CAPT Marshall and Welch.
completely engulf them, where In the spirit of fellowship and Marines. Smith had 12 points for
their interest and concern cannotbe goodwill that the holiday season the Marines. VA-72 came to life in the final Annual GolfTournament
directed anywhere except means to us all, we need your stanza to nip VA-66, 45 42.
towards themselves. help. VA-72 nearly ran Medical out of Johnny Coon led the VA-72 with
the in their 65-11 victory.
Then there are those who won't Mrs.Marjorie Prestridge gym
Coon of VA-72 led all
because Johnny 15.Gill
help they won't accept
Casework
Supervisor,
the fact that perhaps if they had Children's ServicesEd scorers with 15 points. pumped in 21 points to lead The second annual Mayport
VA-174 past AMD, 63-44. McGhee Open golf tournament will be
been interested and concerned Coon had hot
Johnny again a
note: By all means call for had 12 for the maintenance crew. the
at Naval
their played Mayport
parents, family would be hand when he hit the nets for 16
information, but it would be niceif Station December 8th to the 10th.
intact.
You ask how does this affectme you could send a check also to points in leading the Marines.VA-12 to a 46.31 VA-66, with Grant's 19 points The Pro-Am will be played
win over Wayne
the above address. This certainly took an easy win over Dental,60.
? None of us knows when Davey had 10 points for Yellow December 6th and 7th, and the
life's problems may become sounds like a worthwhile projectfor 31. Although Ernie Williams' 10 Recruiting Command of
insurmountable, so that we a squadron at Cecil, NAS Jax Waters finest. points led the Dental "attack", 3 Jacksonville will be representedby
cannot solve them without help. and a Mayport unit to adopt. The Marines hit the winru% other team members (Cuddles P01 "Vince" McCann of the
trail with a 38.27 victory over Grace, Jose Zavala and Paul Cocoa Beach recruiting station.
VA-45. 'Smith had 14 for the Corso) FINALLY got into the ,Complimentary ticket and gate
Marines, and Freddy Kitts 12 for scoring column ((2 points each). passes are available at the
is. WINNINGTONIGHT VA-45. BOXING Normandy Mall recruiting

Every member of the VA-12 Seven bouts are planned duringthe station. Interested persons are
squad scored at least 2 points in 1st week in December when asked to stop by between 0800 and
their 53 34 rout of NAMTD. Cecil Field will meet the Naval 1630 daily
Woodard of VA-12 was the top Station, Mayport team at Cecil
point getter with 11. Boyd had 10 Field. The date and time of the
for NAMTD. card will be published in next Watch your

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I VP-45 Downs Marinejax Barracks For First Place I

With only about a second half '
week and a half left in the Allston to keep touchdown their by however, when they came position to at least tie added a two-pointer.,
hopes with Public Works for second
Intramural Football for the title up 32 points for a 38-8
alive. Win. Smith scored two place last week when they Pearson scored two
V P-45 and the Air had
season Ops
Barracks lockedup win picked up a touchdowns, Abbot and overcame Weapons by a touchdowns and Lund
Marine earlier
in the week Cuthbert scored one each, 28-14 score. Hunt and scored one to lead Hospitalto
in a duel for first place when they downed .
Flair scored touchdownand Burnham each scored
a an 18-16 win over FAW11 -
week and the result
last Communications 228. two point after at- two touchdowns with Hunt in the only other game
9-8 overtime victoryfor Warner
was a was the main tempts and Schranz and adding a two point attemptand played in the National
VP-45. reason for Com Smith added twopointersto Kirksey adding the League last week. Cuvala
and the Marines
VP-45 munications downfall l as round out the scoring for other two-pointer for the had two touchdowns while
went into their game last he scored two touchdowns, NarJax. ODell took care of winning totals. London Balboa and Myers took

week with identical 9-1 a two-pointer and was all of MARTD's points. scored both of Weapons care of the two-pointers for
records. Daniels scored a credited with
a safety. MATSG stayed in a touchdowns and Tuten FAW-11.
touchdown and. Stoner Richardson picked up the J .
added a two-pointer to give other six pointer for Air

the Marines an 8-0 lead at Ops while Whorton did all ,
halftime.VP-45 came backto of '
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they penetrated the VP-5 a 12-0 loss.

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I It Only Takes 1000 Falls. ,



. To Learn Barefoot Skiing-; -TV ( V

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Jax Florida is well Starting off trying to Force Master .Sergeant. ., ';

known as a haven for barefoot from a slalom ski The minimum time ., ,

waterskiers and there are LCdr. Boyette didn't have needed to qualify as a a 3w I: r,,;:
quite a few accomplishedones too much success so he member of the AWSA '.; "r'

around, but how tried it from a rubber surf Barefoot Club is one V ,(-',,,1'.
mat and had so much minute and even though he ',1I
many can waterski ,: ,
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without waterskis? success that he can now do qualified at over three \\1 ; ': \:i' :. ;.

While no one may know it from a slalom. minutes, LCdr. Boyette ';lij'1'I'
the exact number it's a An important factor in said that his next step is to :
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sure bet that only a small learning how to ski qualify at the five minute .', .'jt/. "1 <

percentage have enough barefoot, according to level. He said that he also 1'1III "..
skill to ski barefooted.One LCdr. Boyette, is a good hopes to learn how to ""

of those few peopleis boat driver. He said that barefoot by jumping from jI

LCdr. Jim B. Boyette, he was fortunate in having two skis, barefoot from a .

Officer-in-charge of the two his son Billie and Jim beach start and barefooton LOOK MA, NO SKIS LCdr. Jim Boyette, officer-in-charge! of the
Navy Finance Office at Woodall, a retired Air only one foot. Navy Finance Office, shows the form that enabled him to become a
NAS Jacksonville. member of the AWSA Barefoot Club.

,' LCdr. Boyette, a .
# member of the American

recently Water Ski became Association a, EX-MEMBERS (to be) OF THE ARMED SERVICES:

member of the AWSA

Barefoot Club by skiing
barefoot for three minutes w/1wZ..yM4nWr;

and five seconds. With his

boat going at about 40 .

miles per hour,that means
that he covered over two
miles without skis.

LCdr. Boyette has been ,,
skiing for 12 years and
when asked how long it

took him to learn barefoothe V :
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said he would rate his
time at about 1000 falls. V V V
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