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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 30, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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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Pal Day THE USO COUNCIL Of ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
CORDIALLY INVITU YOU TO ATTEND ITS ANNUAL

Buses -- --"
Y l16 SATURDAY

.f';: !' begin Jax -loading Navy buses at will the U S D PAL DAY DEC 1972 2ND

. parking lots in front of -- -

barracks "D" Mainside ....
'" ; AH Sarvka IN UNIFORM

i :... east of the Naval Hospital, FREE -- AN AH W D.p VM......*.*...Immediate.1 Srvk Family_ Statlaftatf 10M...... -
.. and east of NATTC, Bldg. With I.D.Card

; 500 at 8:30: a.m. Saturday '
,
UIO "PAL DAY" RNAMBEROi,
STULORDRRYLA'
, Dec. 2 to transport FIRST STOP COMMERCE- 10 C

military personnel IN '* USD lafarmatiaa it F>.. Parking
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it Rt Rums -ft t Carrlaia 'ffr
UNIFORM to and from (
Fr.a Orlantatia* Film r "Pal Day" activities in St. U ,,.. IUIM ((9 A.M.-S P.M.) I* ..MIIIMI....." ... AlA Sawtk '

.. Augustine.
All buses will I FREE HAM DINNER FREESt .
pja; rendezvous r
/ a q' i M4M1 :RVED BY ISO AT KETTERLINUB GYM-BEH1NU THE i-; at the NATTC I 00_':00 P.M.
' parking lot at 9 a.m. for ) rr 1
' THESE ATTRACTIONS LOOK FORWARD TO YOUR VISITlft
1 final loading and will
CATORUND ALLY ATOR ARM tr OLD WOODEN SCHOOL HOtSC-S. St. C..A.
.i depart the station immediately UA I North tr MUSEUM OF YESTERDAY'S TOYS
thereafter. tr OLD JAIU-KT SM Narae Ay. St CwrctStA
.. of,FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH-IU Mtrnoli Amd RESTORATION AREA-ll Ruton4 HOM ...
Buses will return from Craft Shopt-N St. born lit.tr .
MISSION OP HOMBRE Dl DI03-4T 0at.
St. Augustine at 4 p.m., or RIPLEra BELIIVB IT OR NOT MUSEUM tr IORAYDA CASTLE-U Klnr Stf
OLD STORE UMf
It SM Hut Avt.fr MUSEUMArtOI.ry
, if full load ofl' .
sooner a
CA8TH DB SAN MARCOS (THE FORT { OLDEST HOUSE-14 St Frmndt StST
passengers desire to do so. I Cutlu..Drlv tr AUGUSTINE ALLIGATOR FARM-A1A S.
(f HISTORICAL DIORAMA Contort St tr MARINELAND OF FLORIDA-A1A S.
Seats on the bus are for

military personnel IN Why Ml.....tile wi.... . UNIFORM only, on a first- Ck.lo..d visit .... k a.tlM USO Ch.* .( a ...... Sired.NEB.

" come, first-served basis.Honesty .



r Lives !


Jax- In a rare show of selflessness, AMS3 Jeff Barnes -'

t of VP-56 has proved that not all refuse is worthless and

, that honesty still lives. VOL. 30 NO. 37 Published In The InttrMt of Ptftonntl of Naval l Air Station. Jacktonvlllt Florida NOVEMBER 30 1972
r While performing his duties in Hangar 1000, Barnes

spotted a strange green area in one of the squadron'strash

barrels. Closer investigation revealed that this CinCLantFlt Speaks Out .

was not some malignant growth which' threatened to .

engulf the Airframes Shop.It .
was a bundle of Uncle Sam's green tender. On Navy Dissent Protesti s sr
t Howit managed to crawl or fly into that barrell is ,

" anyone's guess, but after some no doubt intensive soul
t searching Barnes kept' his 'conscience' clear and Jax The following is taken from".a message received from CINCLANTFLTthis

relinquished the bonanza to the squadron's XO to solve week:
the mystery of its ownership. "The service member's right of "On the other hand, no com- A. Materially interferes with
"Well expression should be preservedto mander should be indifferent to the safety, operation, commandor
AMS3 Barnes' performance gets our hearty
the maximum extent possible, conduct which, if allowed to control of his ship or station;
Done. consistent with good order and proceed unchecked, would
What would you have done in a similar situation? .discipline and the ,national destroy the effectiveness of his orB.. Presents a clear danger to
security. unit. The proper balancing of the loyalty, discipline, morale or
these interests will depend safety of personnel under his
largely upon the calm and command; or
: \v 4'+ Pearl prudent judgement of the C. Involves the planning or
1 responsible commander; perpretation of an unlawful actor
"Incidents have occured acts.
recently on U.S. Navy ships and "The role of the commanding
Harbor stations involving sit-ins and officer has not changed. It is the
other group actions which indicate commanding officer who has the
the need for reemphasis ultimate responsibility for his
1 MemorialService (of the guidance set forth in the command. Navy regulations
"" preceding Department of provide the authority com
Defense guideline). mensurate with that respon-
i "It must be understood that, in sibility.
general,peaceful meetings of off- "I expect each commanding
}: duty personnel are lawful and officer to be aware of what is
Jax Pearl Harbor Memorial will not be prohibited Such activities happening in his command, to
Services will be conducted at are protected by the first initiate prompt and intelligent
. Mayport Dec. 7 by FRA Branch amendment of the U.S. Constitution solutions to developing problems,
A + to seek guidance and assistance
290, assisted by Branches 91 and
"On the other hand, a group from seniors where appropriate, ,
126.Services will begin at 10 a.m. activity is subject to control or and to keep seniors informed of,
ti Pierside with parading of Colors, prohibition if In the judgement of matters affecting operational
the commanding officer it: capability."
followed by a speech by Tom
FOD BARREL FORTUNE-AMS3 Jeff Barnes gives the money he
k found In ont of VP-54's trash barrels to Cdr. James B. Kramer, VP-54 Lancaster, Past President, Comment
XO as Lt. Harry''Hopcroft and LCdr. Harry Furmingtr voice their Southeast.A .
wreath will be laid Pierside,
f. appreciation.
followed by a closing prayer and '
f retiring of Colors.At YouSaidlt. .
10:45 a.m. members of the :

The Bat Is Here board FRA desiring a tug to to perform participate similar will "I do solemnly swear that I will support and defendthe

services at sea. Constitution of the United States against all enemies,
A light buffet will be served at foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and

Branch 290, 390 Mayport Road, allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of

See Page 10 following who the desire services.All to observe. or the President of the United States and the orders of the

participate are cordially invitedto officers appointed over me, according to regulationsand
attend and honor those who the Uniform Code Military Justice, so help me
died 31 years ago at Pearl Harbor. God." '

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"Published by the Holt' Publishing Company which is in no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained here are not official expressions !
,'." of the Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products services advertised,"


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11 a.mr Midnight
FRIDAY SUNDAY.THURSDAY SUNDAY 11 am to 1 a.m. FRIDAYS

11a.m.t02a.m. 11 am to Midnight 11a.m..11p.m. SUNDAY 6p.m, lOp.m..
SATURDAY TUESDAY.THURSDAY Noon to Midnight SATURDAYS
9armto2am. FRIDAY & SATURDAX 11a.mo\1p.m. 6p.m..11:30p.m.:
SUNDAY 11a. to 1 a.m, FRIDAY.SATUROAY MONDAY.THURSDAY
h.m. to Midnight tla.m..1am.: 11 am to Midnight.

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w.lIAI I Cranberry Sauce, Bread Dressing, meal Cookies, Vanilla Pudding. .SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Hamburgers
French Fries, Cauliflower, Buttered Wednesday, Dec. or Cheeseburgers, French
I rlMI I Peas & Carrots, Salad Bar, Peanut BREAKFAST: Chilled GrapefruitJuice Fried Potatoes, Sliced Tomatoes,
tFriday_! rMitm Butter Cookies, Cherry Jello. Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles,
Sunday, Dec.3 Order, Griddle Cakes w.Syrup, Choiceof Catsup, Salad Dressing, Dessert Bar.
BREAKFASTi Chilled Tomato Ham or Pork Sausage, Baked Pork .SUPPER! Italian Spaghetti w.MeatBalls
Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to & Beans, Pastry Bar. Pizza, Baked Lasagna, Par.
Dec. 1 Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choiceof DINNER Corn Chowder, Baked mesan Cheese, Garlic Bread,
BREAKFAST: Chilled Grapefruit Young, Chicken Fried Rice, Chinese Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Chicken, Brown Gravy, Mashed Seasoned Brussel Sprouts, Salad Bar,
Juice, Hominy Grits. French Toast, Chow Meln, Noodles Buttered Green Scrambled Eggs w.Ham, Pastry Bar. Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered Chocolate Krlnkles, Creamy Rice
Fried Eggs to Order, Choice of Baconor Beans, Salad Bar, Vanilla Pudding. BRUNCHi at 10 am. Cream, of Broccoli Spears, Harvard Beets, Corn Pudding. -
Luncheon' Meat, Cheese Omelet, Peach Pie. Tomato Soup Grilled Cheeseburgers, Bread Desslng, Salad Bar, Tomato
Pastry Bar.DINNERi. Saturday, Dec.2 French Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Spice Cake, Brownies.
New England Clam BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple Salad Bar, Lemon Meringue Pie,
Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Fried Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Chocolate Cookies. SANDWICH LINE Chill Dogs,
Perch, Scalloped Potatoes with Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choiceof SUPPER Baked Virginia Ham Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped w
Onions, Tartar Sauce, Brown Gravy, Ham or Pork Sausage, Minced Pineapple Sauce, Whipped Potatoes, Onions, Dessert Bar.
Buttered Broccoli Simmered Pinto Beef, Lyonnalse Potatoes, Pastry Candled Sweet Potatoes, Buttered SUPPER: Fried Fish Sticks or
Beans, Salad Bar, Peach Pie, Devils Bar. Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Frankfurters Cheese & Bacon, $ rnW
Food Cake.SANDWICH. BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Beef Rice Chocolate Cookies Strawberry Jello Steamed Rice, Seasoned Lima Beans,
LINE Submarine Soup, Grilled Veal Steaks, French Monday, Dec. 4 Buttered Cauliflower, Salad Bar, NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Sandwiches Potato Chips, Sliced Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans,'Salad BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Brownies Butterscotch Pudding.
Tomatoes, Onions Lettuce Leaves, Bar, Strawberry Short Cake, Cherry Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Thursday, Dec.7
Catsup, Mustard, Salad Dressings Jello. Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choiceof BREAKFAST Chilled PineappleJuice Sunday
Dessert Bar.SUPPER SUPPER: Roast 'Tom Turkey, Ham or Pork Sausage Home Fried Cooked Farina, Fried Eggs to
: Pork Chop Suey Egg Foo Cream Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, Potatoes, Corn Muffins Pastry Bar. Order, French Toast w.Syrup, Choiceof Divine Worship 8:30: a.m.
DINNER Navy Bean Soup Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Lyon at All Saints Chapel.
Southern Fried Chicken, Savory naise Potatoes, Pastry Bar ,Church ,School 9:30 a.m. 1
Bread Dressing, Brown Gravy, DINNER Split Pea Soup, 'Breaded Dfvlne/ Worship 11 am. at t
Buttered Beets, Seasoned June Peas Pork Chops, Cream Gravy, Mashed All Saints Chapel.
JAX AIR NE.1lV'SThe Mashed Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Potatoes, Chilled Applesauce, Season Junior Youth Fellowship f
Salad Bar, Coconut Cream Pie, Ap ed Asparagus, Buttered Corn, Salad 12:30 p.m. Senior Youth

JAX AIR NEWS it a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper plesauce SANDWICH Cake.LINEr Grilled Ham. Bar Pudding, Pineapple Pie, Creamy Rice Fellowship 1:30: p.m.

distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, burgers or Cheeseburgers, Potato Evening Worship 7:30
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Chips, Sliced Tomatoes, Onions, p.m. at the Small Chapel

private/irm. All Copy submitted/or use in the JAX AIR NEWS Lettuce Leaves, Dill' Pickles, Tuesday
Mustard, Catsup, Salad Dressing,
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Dessert Bar.SUPPERi Vtrees Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News Stuffed Bell Peppers, p.m. at Bldg 750 and
Christian Science Service 8
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 Tomato Sauce, Snowflaked .Potatoes, 1 %. p.m. at the Small Chapel.
or 3119. Boiled Cabbage & Carrots, Seasoned !
Green Beans Salad Bar, Applesauce NAVAL HOSPITAL ti
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Cake Cherry Jello. a Divine Worship 10 a.m. at

available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to Tuesday, Dec. S 'St, Lukes.

race creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser BREAKFAST: Chilled Apple Juice, I NATTCProtestant
Hominy Grits Fried Eggs to Order, Worship
A confirmed violation or rejection of this
or
patron.
user French Toast Syrup, Choice of Service 10:30: ..m. In
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in the .bacon or Luncheon Meat, Creamed Building 500.
refusal to print advertising from that source." Ground Beef Pastry Bar.
DINNER Hot Roast Beef Sandwiches CATHOLICSaturday
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries or Baked Virginia Ham,
concerning such should be directed to: Brown Gravy, French Fried Potatoes Mass 5 p.m. at
Buttered Carrots, Southern Fried St Edward's Chapel
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Okra, Salad Bar, Raisin Nut Cake, a.m.Sunday Dally Mass Mass 8 a.m..Monday and 11,

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Oatmeal Cookies. .are (for swingers. Tuesday, Thursday andFrlday11:30
SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Ham & : a.m. Wednesday .
Telephone 388.2755 Cheese Sandwiches Potato Chips, They are also solid citizens Mass 11:30 a.m. at
Salad Bar, Relish Tray, Dessert Bar. who provide forest products, the Naval Hospital Chapel.
SUPPERS Grilled Hamburgers or protect watersheds and
'I[ VOL. 30 NO. 37 NOVEMBER 30, 1972 ,Cheeseburgers,. French Fried provide outdoor recreation Saturday Confessions 4.30: ,
Potatoes. Buttered Mixed Vegetables to 5 p.m.PAGE .
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Cycle. Drug- Help


Safety

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Jax The Motorcycle

Defensive Driving course __
scheduled for Dec. 20 has been _s __ LEARN TO FLYIntroductory
cancelled due to the holiday /
period. Lesson
FAA APPROVED
Motorcycle safety won't be
forgotten during December, COMMERCIAL PRIVATE FREE!
however.A MULTI-ENGINE
well-known motorcycle INSTRUMENT INSTRUCTOR

manufacturer will offer a Free ALWAYS A MARINE Retired Marine Gunnery Sergeant Walt VA APPROVED For Limited Tint

Learn-to Ride Safety Clinic Dec. Murr(Center)and his wife, Pat,admire the certificate making him an COURSES AVAILABLE Only
2-3 at the Gator from
Bowl 10
a.m. honorary member of MARTD presented by LtCol. Carl F. Bergstrom
to 5 p.m. (Right), Detachment Commander. Murr retired from active duty HERLONG AVIATION, INC.OFF .
This is the nation's first and
while a member of the Detachment and is now a member of Channel NORMANDY BOULEVARD PHONE 7II-MM
only motorcycle safety course 12's news staff.
designed specifically for
beginning riders and is supportedby
the Jacksonville Safety
Council,Jacksonville Chamber of
Commerce, Florida Highway I
Patrol, Jacksonville Police
Department, Florida Depart
ment ,of Motor Vehicles, the
1 otorcycle Industry Council and
the American Motorcycle
Association.In .
addition to instruction, free
motorcycle rides and refresh-
ments will be offered.


CPO Wives



MeetingJax LAST OFTHEDEMONSTRATORS RED HOT



The CPO Wives '

Club will hold its monthly I 72 I I

meeting Dec. 4 at 8 p.m.. at .

the CPO Club.

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DRUBABUSE ONLY 2500 MILES MORE COUPE

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All LOW MILEAGE


,. 1972IMPALAWAS'5712.

YOUTH KILLER-In a message to -. .
Congress on 17 June 71, President '" -
Nixon reported: "In :New York ,
11000
DiscountWAS:6425
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people between the agesof
City more -
fifteen and thirty-five years of ""' :;;'; Now I v u .. WAS f472o.ra. .

age die as a result of narcotics .y Ai.C .di/i.w
than from any other single cause.". 1 8 9 5'c WtIN fNf.

SPEED-The "speed freak" injects .11I- v t vs c.ei,..Now
methamphetamine which produces :-_ o.Mw..... C..I.Wh..l.
'"' "' 1.11'po .... Gw..
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a feeling of wellbeing for several :...,r.$4I w.,".U.y..TMNI.....M...r.r....t wi I.?d.w.-....III Tw.hydr.m.N,Tn..1..1..
hourS: Reinjectlon) is then necessary I w........ .......VIew. D"c..-...'., .._ 0)s w'e'.w57k,.. .. ,
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stimulation.
to reproduce the w. vwv w. w.
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The cycle continues for several :Opal .71 w.I.1.r.J.'''.YcIeotIII S p1,,AS.1.
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days with no eating or sleeping. :w..y........c_,.........,.w71.11...c-._. c.-.0.1...k.1 O.M..hww........,r..O.A.Oq TMNd" ei....,...wMd.w...........y.I-a s O........1M......O......b.,1.Ty. .VI.TI...c.hi .-
The "speed freak" then "crashes"from .,......... ._. .
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sheer exhaustion! Hallucinations I a. ..1 A r.Mw. i Owl h. I tirnhnft.wU'| T .... ..-... .. ...... ...... ........
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ing Injection 18-48 and .a to hours deep get sleep follow going com,Another-starts 10st- GET IN ON THE'72 CLEARANCE SAVINGS ATIf


another run.CHEMICAL.
ROULETTE-Medieval. You Don't AND
alchemists foiled In their effortsto Give Us A Chance To 28 NEW 1972's
IIMIICHT .
turn base metals into gold. To- Deal With You
day amateur alchemists mix alcohol We Both Lose Money. [ ALL MODELS

drugs, ,and unidentified ,sub-
stances seeking a "gold glow"
, without depression! or flashback
Results have not been encouraging. -
One serviceman furnished

positive proof that inhaling spray '
'):;
deodorant Is fatal. Other servicemen ,

have died before revealing ,.
their deadly formula. "Chemical
Roulette," also 1 called "Fruit
Salad, and "Rainbow Riding," con : '
.'be experienced by anyone, even a 1550 CASSAT COMPANY 389-7711 1 ',

.:small child, using just, the ItemsIn ;
o "medicine cabinet. "ChemicalRoulette" ,.
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Russian'variety and no gun permitis -," f : ,' .':'" "I:;; ;

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John F. Donahue, Commanding Officer of Attack Squadron
Seventy.Two, recently presented certificates of advancement to five a-
Bluehawks in a ceremony held at VA.72NAS Cecil Field. The men and PR2 Joseph S. Howell extended
their new rates (left to right) are: AME2 W. S. Pettis, AMH2 C. D. his career with the Navy v_
Goldsberry, AT2 S. M. Justice, AMH3 D. E. Law, and ADJ3 D.- B.Dodge. when he reenlisted for SIX years, : ;
putting him well on his way
towards the 20 year mark.

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Recently aboard the USS JOHN,F. KENNEDY (CVA47)), LT M. D. iNAMTRADETS tY'r; .(:
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Tracy reenlisted First Class Petty Officer Robert L Raveneau In the F:
Attack Squadron Forty-Six Ready Room.
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Cecil Field,
OINC CDR E. D. Jackson i f.
recently showed some of his men I'

IEE how its done when it comes timeto ...... .
improve the outside '"
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pearance of building 338. -
AMHC Donald L. Houghman Is I
OFCONSHOHOCKEN congratulated by Captain J. E. !
For the best deal in a Marshall, Commanding Officer .
: GT Radial NEWORUSEDCAR of NAS Cecil Field, on his recent
: See or Call Gayle today at. promotion to Chief Petty Officer.nmmumwumffmmmtmmmtmimff.

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2 + 4Polyester J The Veterans Administrationadvises

Cord every veteran who sellsa
MOTORS home purchased with a G.I.
Rayon Belt loan to get a "release of liabil
ity" before closing the sale.
1616
CASSAT AVENUE
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Business
CREDIT GAYLE COOPER Phone 388-4684
(USN Ret) Residence Phone 264.7465Before ,
v.w. CHECK OUR LOW LOW PRICES HONDAMOTORS

SMALL CARS 4 &CYCLES CO.
SPECIAL for + FET 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
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$ "1i195 78-15 you borrow, there may be questions weighing on OPEN EVERY |
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40 W. Monroe St. 356-0735 .
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Arlington Southside Normandy Orange Park 396-2895 GOODS,
11 OS Arlington: Rd. 6942 Univ.Blvd.W. S560 Normandy T4THihwiyl7 4721 San Juan Ave. 384.2314
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' ,: Questions And Answers About. SBP I


i
QUESTION: I understand
, that members QUESTION: Do members re- tion has made a permanent decision that time; but, if he later tired pay as the SBP "base

malically some in the Survivor are Benefit auto tiring now and in the near future on SBP concerning the acquires another child, he may amount. That it, he or she pro-

have choices other than extent to which he or she will elect to cover all eligible chil- vides a survivor benefit for a

).: Plan at retirement. Can you maximum participation In SBP participate to protect that dre spouse-or for dependent chil-
explain Just who Is automatic- ANSWER Yes. A : member spouse or child. Regardless of : exactly dren-equal to 55% of full re-
(,,;<; T ally in? with a child the "maximum participation" in
dependent
or
spouse
y how the dependency picture may tired pay. Costs, too, are basedon
;' I' ANSWER: Under the SBP at retirement.may elect to use change in the future ,or how SBP that can be automatic full retired pay., A 65-per

." law enacted on September 21, less than full retired pay (when many such survivor protection when certain members retire cent monthly payment based on

1972, all members who retire on that pay is as much as $300 a needs may increase as time ANSWER: Maximum participation retired pay of, say, $400 a

,:, or after that date and who have month at retirement) as his or passes, the retiree cannot later In SBP means that a month would be $220 a month.

spouses or dependent children at her "base amount. Or, a member participate at any higher level member uses his or her,full re-.
I I I L 1- _L 1 ..1.... ..I... _L 1. J.I
retirement get the benefit of may decline all participationin and thus leave for survivorsa * *.,* t * * wwww- w
r automatic SBP enrollment. Thatis SBP if this is the decision he spouse or still-dependent child

their participation in SBP at or she thinks wisest. In either -the maximum monthly payment : THE SEXY *

(. maximum level goes into effect case, the decision must be in provided by the law

automatically as of the first day writing on record with the mem- QUESTION: What if a mem- : SIX PACK !IJacksonville's I-

for which they can receive retired ber's Service 30 days prior to Most Beautiful *
ber who has a at retire-
pay unless, prior to retire- the first day for which the mem- spouse TOPLESS DANCERSI!
ment determines that, at this
ment, a member elects less than ber can draw retired pay.. An .
time, he or 'she does not need TOPLESS BARTENDER *!
maximum participation or de- example of less than maximum survivor
clines participation. Those mem participation would be electing, protection for the BAR OPENS AT NOON
the and declines all
hers who retire within 180 daysof say, $300 a month as one's base spouse par *
ticipation in the plan Can he [ TOPLESSGO
the effective date will be amount if retired pay were, say, enter i
or she the plan later and
given an opportunity to modify $400 a month. In this examplea SBP GO DANCERS
provide an monthly -
payment
this automatic participation af. 55-per cent monthly' payment for the spouse? CMIMHMWI howt IPM-2 AMSrEAKIAST NOONTIL2PMI
ter retirement. would come to $165 per month ROOM
ANSWER: No. Even though
QUESTION: What is the cost instead of $220 per month and
the member's financial health
or
of maximum participation in would cost $7.50 per month instead e sI
'
SBP picture changes significantly and
of $17.50 per month.
survivor protection under SBP
ANSWER: The exact figure QUESTION: It, ,at retire- later seems a desirable and I* * 1080CASSAT AVE. 3889016* *

will depend upon the amount of ment, a member does choose
needed asset the
member could
the retiree's pay, of course. The less than full retired pay as his
not
enter the
cost'fonnula plan to protect a
basic is 2%
per or her SBP base amount,
may
cent of the first $300 of such the retiree later up participation spouse.for Declining SBP participation EDWARD F. CONNELLOnNew73'sNew72's
a prior to
spouse re-
pay plus 10 per cent of retired to the maximum level tirement eliminates
future
pay above $300. This cost form any
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ANSWER: No. The member participation to protect a
ula provides a monthly survivor
who has a spouse or dependent spouse. However, a member who s
payment for a spouse followingthe child at retirement and elects has children at retirement
death of the retiree. Maxi. may
less than maximum partlclpaI elect not to cover the children at
mum participation being simply

full retired pay used as the re,

tiree's SBP "base amount,"' the

cost for a maximum participation
NEWEST CONCEPT
survivor payment based on
retired pay of $400 a month IN APARTMENT LIVING

would be $17.50 per month. Thatis 1 23 BEDROOM, 1 AND'2 BATHS and 1972 DEMOS!

2% per cent of $300 ($7.50)), Spacious rooms, wide windows

plus 10 percent of $100 ($10)), .. central heat & air cond. Private i
: ., or a I total of $17.50. This patios/ sundecks, .swimming( pool p .
amount would b'e,deducted from and party room. d .'

the retiree's monthly pay. 264-8102 4 speed, radio, heater
1 a full topper Y.P.
1800 KINGSLEY AVE.

Drug DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding *
Blvd & Orange Park, Minutes 2481
away via new I.295

Education a= -


CourseJax x287

DOWN
In support of the Drug

Education Program, a 5-day
course will be conducted by the I '16,87

COMFAIRJAX Drug Abuse PER WEEK Plu:
GOOD SELECTION
Education Specialist Dec. 4-8 APR 10.20.tool i o't $J631.72 MM*..*ii q f.w.1 a.w*.. Frei ght
from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the

NAS Jax, C.A.R.E. Center. 1973 VEGA NOTCHBACKr

The course will cover Phar- !rts& Crlfts $2087

macology, Group Processes,

Interpersonal Relationships and $287 DOWN $13.87 PER WEEK

Development of CommunicationSkills. 885 A.P.R..S21M total note.'
.The aim of the course is to
CREATE YOUR OWN
train individuals to work with

small discussion) groups within 1 .
their EXCLUSIVEGIFTS
respective commands. ,
Personnel attending:should'be
.." n CNEV 1m,'dr,bu'ound.equipt 12S1J"tH IV I...2dr..ulo,Vl"wln,1 roof I1J1Jn
DECORATIONS'from
selected on the basis of ORNAMENTS
maturity
CHIV Imp'dr.oreen.equlpt USlJ ALFA ROMEO.5spd.lr sill
ability to communicate and be n MALI IU.beIO..equlptd $3317 n FORD PIN"1spd.twonicecars spit
volunteers. our FANTASTIC selection of craft materials, n CHIV 1m,2dt.belo..equlptd U417 "CAMA.O C....GHft..uto&r, 11117
7.CHIV Im,2drbl (CSptCl.1J 12I1J"'0.0 Rancher.Auto.VS sill
kits and art .
Commands desiring quotas supplies.Kage&KStt n CHIV imp Auto.s.a.blue II2IJ "CHIVIU.I2drkyl.at.nd.tranL 11417

; should: contact HT1 Storch,' the I _>s >StfBMraa i f8IC..llBlllC lltcli/pitSZ _>::1Kii'' 12 71 CNEV CHIV Imp 1...,2dr.5r.sn.equlpt.burOuncty.ICI"lpt USl7 U417 71VISA nO"'L.all 2dr.speclal.TNsw..k KsM/Reel clean sits II1IJ
COMFAIRJAX Drug Abuse nCHlvtl"IcI..blut'pt' 12417 J"O.OMlYWkIlAltto&.1r 217
Featuring: l2CNEVImpldr.Lt.blue.equtptd U41J O..IL2drtranaport.tlOnlplClal 11117n
Education Specialist, ,. at Ext. CNEV Imp.LI.O'HfIlCIulpt UAIJ JI VW SNaa Camper Nice 11417
DECOUPAGE CERAMICS LEATHERCRAFT
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' 2650. 1",2dr.Lt.O'HfIeqUlpt SUl7 .nUICK SIIy"r1I Auto. '"' IIJIJ
t tb. BEADS& PEARLS, CANDLE-MAKING nCHIVA llMl"blutlCIulpt UII1 55CNsvImpSdr.HT.alr.auIo.PS 11617n
Orders are not required. > n CAMA.O JltKflllorldllla $24177t
PONTIAC LIIIII..2cIr.IOIdtd IUlJ
: OIL ACRYLIC&WATER COLOR PAINT SETS
. OLD Cvttass 2dr"" ..uto USlJ J1 CHI"Kiaqw1d Elt.loadld U4I7JI
MODEL SHIPS, PLANES AND CARS PONT T472dr..W.aut..vlfYIMIC. 127.7 71 CH IV KIft..Md Deme..I.auto. mn ?
IUttK.Ivler.16.000"'1I..Iotdld..21J nCHIV Kill......Ilt.loadld 12617
NEEDLEPOINTand much more 15'ONTGT04lpd"tdlo"ldy 12017 71 Navy CHIVY 3spd.V' 12m
MERCURY CyclaN..lr.autoMice Sill ''''0.0 Mtt.t.IIAuto.I, 11617JI
JIII CNEVELLE 2drturq.4cy.PS.nic. 11717 U IUICK Sp.ci.l AuloV"iw paint $5575OLDS
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DEER WE'RE CELEBRATING OFFERING
SPECIALS THROUGHOUT STORE


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HEIGHTS 'I I

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Colonel Ernest

; McClish, a Choctaw
Indian was one of the
JOWC HELPS SANTA Four JOWC members hold some of the. many Americans and Filipinos
Items that will be on sale at their Christmas Bazaar Dec. 7 at the Officers who continued the
Club from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Left to Right are: Mrs. Peggy. fight after the surrenderat
CoChairman
Latham
Johnson, Scholarship Chairman; Mrs. Isabelle Bataan I in World
; Mrs. Nita Parks, Chairman; and Mrs. Julie Mills, JOWC War II.
to raise funds for scholarships and
President. The Bazaar Is designed By September of 1942
local charities. he had an organization of
more than 300 soldiers
At The Batcave. with four machine guns,
150 rifles and bix boxes of
Jax The VP-24 Wives' latest The Batgirls are now making ammunition. H e later
project has been termed a "great plans for a Christmas party. The joined forces with another
A CALL FROM SANTA- Mrs. Nancy Robbins demonstrates how success"and the Batgirls want to wives hope to have a party for the American, Colonel Fertigof
VP-S's"A Call From Santa" project will work at the JOWC Christmas thank everyone who helped in family as well as the children so the Army Engineers.The .
Bazaar.After donating a quarter per family,the purchaser will fill outa any way with their Sloppy Joe all members of the family can two men decided ti
card with the child's name,age and some speclaI toy the child is sure and bake sale.Everypne participate. recruit men from the local
to receive at Christmas. Later on, the child will receive a special call from the enlisted and Workshops are scheduled for Filipinos of the four eastern
from Santa. Mrs.Vickie Patterson will also be assisting Santa. Along officer wives clubs gave their full Dec. 12 and Dec. 18 and the party provinces of the island i
with Santa's calls,VP-5 wives will also be selling stuffed animals. support and a special "thank will be Dec.22 at 1 p.m.in VP-24's of Mindanao.
you" is extended to all the Bat- spaces at Hangar 1000.
men and other men who sup- For more information, call 264- Their job was complicated
ported the project by buying. 4075 or 264-5953. by the fact that they
first had to subdue the
$50.000LIFE local robbers and bandits
Tax 86 Marks HolidayJax who terrorized the'' vil
.,
INSURANCE lagers. When these brig-
., UNDERAGE. 35MILITARY .... The Jax 86 Wives Club Thanksgiving Dinner-dance at ands were jailed, recruit-
.::;:.::: :::::::::::; : :: :;::' ::: **;;: ;::;:::::: ::r :; held its Social Education meeting the clubhouse on Enterprise rapid
ing proceeded at a
Covera0eCneSEOL last Wednesday at their Avenue. Attending the affair
.
erthan Family mo. clubhouse. were the club's sponsors, Capt. pace. l lIan.
3 extra After the opening rituals, and Mrs. William G. Sizemore, From Sept. 15, 1942 to
: guests were introduced and the NAS Jax CO. 1,1945. the guerrillas ",
: : :::: : :: ; I
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club's President, Mrs. Thomas J. fought' more than 350 en
ASSOCIATIONUNDERWRITTEN l
BEEFIT Bennett, welcomed Mrs. James Other guests included: Capt. counters with the Jap
BY Broyles (Mary) and invited her and Mrs.Donald J.Childers, NAS anese. One hundred and
M0NYThe to join the club. .Jax Executive Officer; Mr. and fifteen men were killed
MUTUAL Life Insurance Company of NEW YORK Mr.T. Rezla and Mr.-J.;Patten Mrs. Richard Middleton, and sixty-four wounded.
MARV BLACKMORE NICK'NICHOLS :J .of the Drug Rehabilitation Center manager of the Navy Wives Enemy losses were estimated -
358.1843 or 771-3007 358.1843 or 264.2454s spoke to the club members on Nursery; Mr. and Mrs. Clell at more than 3,000
what is being done to help Mitchell,representing the NWCA killed and 6,000 wounded.The .
Navymen with drug problems. A Cecil Field 121; Mr. and Mrs. guerrillas acquired
question and answer period Murray Dykes from NWCA launches and barges which
followed. Mayport 201 and Mrs. L. Oliver, had been kept hidden from
Last Saturday evening the Parlementarian of the Dixie Area the Japanese and were
members held their annual Council.
operated by using homemade

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tti :" II made The contact guerrillas with finally the
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SPECIALRATES and Compacts
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FOR SERVICEMEN 00 double. occupancyEntertainment FROM $
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[; RTU-62 Ends ACDUTR4 Merit

.
RTU-62's 100 enlisted personnel aircrew flew one of the Orions to L PromotionsJax
and 25 officers have completedtheir Atlanta and hosted a group of
annual two week active duty potential AOC's and 10 NJROTC ( i q 1 0 J. -04
for training period. cadets aboard the plane for 45- The following positionhas
minute orientation flights. been advertised under the
Members of the Unit used the The Idea of flight demon- Jax Merit Promotion Program
two weeks in pilot and aircrew strations for prospective since our last issue:
training aboard P-3A Orions Navymen has never been used in Industrial Cleaner, Open
while ground crews kept the the local area and it may well q continuously (115-72)); 1st Cut
( patrol planes in the air. Ex- prove to be a valuable: recruiting = f Date: Dec. 11,1972.Employees .
tensive classroom study was held aid. are urged to look
for all hands. RTU-62 is responsible for for the Merit Promotion Announcements .
At the close of the cruise, as a training individuals for eventualuse '" on the official
service to Georgia recruiters one in VP-62. ; bulletin boards in their work
: at least week.
areas once a
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are also encouraged to
PLEASE BRING THIS COUPONI, ? They
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,,, 1FIRSTHANDLOOK ., contact the Employment Office,
Aviation Officer Candidates Ext. 3448, or the Rating Branch,
Prospective
PI7Z A M. make their way around on- board one of VP-42's P-3A Orions during .n Civilian Personnel Departmentto
orientation flight to show'the young men what It's like to fly aboard inquire about positions in
which they are Interested.but .
Men.thru Naval, aircraft.
Sun.nltt 2 for 1 ALL I
DC.IBuy SIZES .
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One PIZZA Get Ono FREE! Under CHAMPUS maternitycare Buying A Toy
GOOD ONLY AT is considered to encompassthe
BLANDING SAN JUAN HUTS prenatal care episode, the
Council nevertheless many poten-
National Safety
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Ph.772-OU2 Ph.7844411 and the treatment of reports that age 5 appears to be
complications arising out of the the most vulnerable single year sold, so it's wise to check before
pregnancy. for boys and girls to receive toyor buying.
play injuries. WHAT YOU CAN DO

1.49 each is all Park playground equipment, Avoid toys that have sharp
you pay such 1\s merry go rounds, edges and protrusions, such as
swings, and jungle gyms, ac-
a bird with a pointed beak that
for most injuries to the
count
for professional color 2-7: year olds. can be jabbed in your child's
be unsafe if eyes.
Any toy can
.
;s : given to the wrong child, Jo a Remove any splinters or
portraits of child.s: projecting nails from boxes or
your child at the wrong age, or when
it is misused.A other equipment before giving

Selector either large 5x7'J; '. ', the types child's of safety toys selected depends, the on them with surfaces.rounded to your edges child. and Select smooth toys

way they are maintained, and
the amount of safety training Make sure that plastic is
set of wallet size received in the home. used and not plate glass in toy
truck, airplane windows.
car, or
look
Bright-eyed dolls that
from several /'t' pretty on the store shelf, elec- Avoid toys that are poorly
poses. ; constructed, like a rattle that
: tric stoves that are just like"mother's
J break and free little
could
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1.t'., .' toys and others seem harmless, and noise makers and squeakertoys
,t. 't'. yet with careful inspection, you' with metal mouth piecesor
'.' '. may find they are actually a squeakers that fall out.
't : Avoid 'that have detachable -
toys
r. threat child's
: to your safety.
.
#" parts, such as button
f Although complete statistical eyes that your child can put in
information is not available, the his ears, nose, or mouth. Dolls
U.S. Public Health Service with embroidered or firmly
kZgt estimates that 700,000 childrenare glued eyes are safer.
injured each year as a result Check to see that stuffed
t of 'accidents from toys. toys are filled with hygienic ma-
There are Federal and State terial that Is washable and can
) r k ig laws regarding safety standards, be changed.
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Jax Civilian MenuMonday


,Dec.4 Combination Salad, Tossed Liver and Onions, Stuffed Pork
Minestrone Soup, Baked Ham Salad Jhef/ Salad Bowl, Fruit Cup, Chops with Dressing, 7 oz.
with Sweet Potatoes, Chopped Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain Chopped Sirloin, Fish.
1L Swiss Steaks with Onion Gravy, Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cottage French Fried Potatoes,
Fried Chicken, 7 oz. Chopped Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Stuffed Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
Sirloin, Fish.French Eggs. Gravy, Green Lima Beans,
Fried Potatoes, Apple Pie, Coconut Cream Pie, Mustard Greens, Baked EggPlant
4rWISE Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Assorted Pudding. .

Gravy, Peas, Great, Northern Wednesday,Dec.6 Combination Salad Tossed
,
Beans, Squash.Combination. Chicken Soup, Country Steaks
Salad Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit
Salad, Tossed with Yellow Rice, Chicken and ,
OWL Kermit P. Hayes, metaUmlth at NARF, works on an Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Dumplins, Pork Cutlets with ,Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello,
aircraft part-with safety glasses. Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit
Hayes' saved
safety glasses his
Plain Jello Fruit Jello
Apples 7 Sirloin
Cup, oz. Chopped ,
sight recently and made him the Cheese Cole Slaw,
50,000th member of the "Wise Owl" Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Fish. Cottage ,
and Tomato.
Cucumber
Cottage Cheese, Cucumber Mix,. French Fried Potatoes, Chocolate
,Banana Cake
.
Potato Salad. Mashed Potatoes, ,)dice and
Club.Eye For Egg Custard Pie, Apple Pie, Gravy, String Beans, Pinto Cream Pie, Apple Pie, Assorted
Safety Chocolate Cake, Assorted Beans, Mixed Vegetables. Pudding.

Pudding. Combination Salad, Tossed Friday, Dec.8
Tuesday,Dec.5 Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Vegetable Soup, Trout
Rewards HayesJax Tomato Soup, Pan Roast of Cup, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Almondine, Stuffed Peppers with
Beef with New Potatoes, Cottage Cheese, ,Health Salad, Creole Sauce, Boiled Corn Beef
Spaghetti and Meat Sauce, Tuna Salad.Pineapple. with Cabbage, 7, oz. Chopped
Hayes, a civilian employee at NARF, Barbeque Pork on Buns, 7 oz. Cream Pie, Apple Sirloin Fish.French .
has won recognition from the National Society for the Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Pie, Layer Cake, Assorted ,Fried Potatoes,
French Fried Potatoes, Pudding. Mashed Potatoes Rice and
,
Prevention of Blindness for escaping blindness in an on-
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Thursday,Dec.7 Gravy, Okra and Tomatoes,
the-job accident through'the use of personal protective'equipment. Gravy, Turnip Greens, Bean Soup, Baked Meat Loaf Macaroni and Cheese, String

Blackeyes, Corn with Macaroni and Tomatoes, Beans.
In receiving the award, Hayes "I've worked on this job for 13 -
became the 50,000th member of years," said Hayes, "and now
the society's "Wise Owl Club of I'm glad I never let my guard s .
America" down. Except for the industrial r ca reC.e..la S Biandlng80uleVird

safety glasses furnished by the House of Quality Foods Cedar Hlllt Shopping Center]
Hayes accident occured in line Navy, my family as well as Phone 771-9223

with his job as aircraft myself would have suffered." Every SATURDAY Night is Every FRIDAY Night is
metalsmith at NARF while he The American labor force is
was removing a steel drive screw struck by an estimated 1,000 eye FAMILY NIGHT
from the side plate of a bomb accidents every working day of STEAK tour of
rack.The screw head broke, flew the year, according to George C. S' | 79 CKENe &

up and struck the left lens of the Guenther, Assistant Secretary of 79
safety glasses he was wearing.. Labor for Occupational Safety NIGHT DUMPLINGS or.

The special industrial safety and Health.' CHOPPED STEAKS
glasses took the impact and "A full 90 percent of the injuries
which result could be = Lb. Club Steak with Baked Potato ...and any 2 vegetables, Bread and Butter
prevented injury to Hayes' eye.
prevented," he pointed out, "and LUNCH 11 AM til -2 PM DINNER 4 PM Ill 8 PMWatcMpf

thousands of dollars in com .
pensation and lost man-hours

saved, simply by widespread use
of proper safety eyewear.
The National Society, which
undertook sponsorship of the

Wise Owl Club in 1948, currentlyhas
over 6,700 chapters in in-
dustry and schools across the
MOONMULLINS country. The Wise Owl activity e a e Z-1" MAfAG
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I The 'Batmen' of VP-24 Have Arrived. ': : .1


.. : ,," ',' of the Jacksonville City crews were met by a number of
j "','t',, ,; Jax- "THE BAT IS HERE" president and Daniel D. Pat- squadron wives and personnel
Council
: The orange and black stickersnow vice-mayor of Orange already moved to Jacksonville.A
: In abundance, around NAS Park.terson,Following the "WelcomeAboard" reception was held on the hangar
Jacksonville, confirm the the squadron will holdan deck to unofficially welcome the
presence of VP-24's "BATMEN". house at 11:00: a.m. "Batmen" to their new home.
Recently returning from an featuring open static displays of Patrol Squadron 24 was
extremely successful deploymentto aircraft and survival commissioned at NAS Kaneohe
Keflavik, Iceland, the "Bat- squadron A cordial invitation to Bay, Hawaii in April, 1943.
men" have completed a equipment. extended to all Originally designated as a heavy
attend is being
1 fJ homeport change from Patuxent bombing squadron (VB-104)), the

River, Md. to Jacksonville. The hands.Cdr. E. F. Doherty became the squadron flew PBY-Ss on daily
move to a sunnier climate has Commanding Officer of VP- patrols In the Pacific. The
been anticipated by all for some 32nd October 19 of this year at squadron then received new
24 on
time and the squadron is looking
Patuxent River, Md. whenhe PB4Y-1 "Liberator" aircraft and
NAS
forward to an enjoyable tour in relieved Cdr. G. L. Petri. Cdr. In May 1943 were designated

Florida.A. Doherty's previous tours have Heavy Patrol Squadron FOUR.
welcome aboard ceremony
The highlight to their Pacific
included VP-26, VP-30, the U.S.S.
o will be held for VP-24 at 10:30:
0 WASP (CVS-18)), the Naval War campaign was the sinking of no
1
December 1 in segment
a.m. on at'VP30 ships, damaging 152
p those College,VP-5 and another Japanese
of Hangar 1000. Among
welcome for transition to theP-3Cthe more, destroying 32 enemy
attending to officially is planes and probable destructionof
VP-24 to NAS Jacksonville will aircraft which the squadron
to VP-24 36 others during an eight
He reported
4 ba COM- now flying.
be: Capt. W. J. Vaught,
assumedthe month deployment.The squadron
and
William G. In September 1971
FAW-ll Capt.
;
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Officer at received two Presidential Unit
Executive
duties of
Sizemore, CO NAS Jax; Capt. J.
October 30 Citations in recognition of daring
that time.Arriving on
M. Danielsen, senior chaplainNAS
raids at Guadalcanal and the
with the remaining squadron
: Capt. W. W. Honour, USN
\ aircraft, Cdr Doherty and his
Retired; Jake Godbold, acting
;, mayor of Jacksonville and previously Maryland-based flight (Con't. to Next Page)

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11 . Receive Official Welcome TomorrowPhilippines I



,the only Patrol operations in Keflavik
Aviation Squadron to receive this while Iceland and "VP-24 BATMEN" have
coveted award twice. on deployment. In carried down through the years.
November
The present designation of of 1971, VP-24 was The squadron's assignment to
1
presented with [ ei l Ir iz
Patrol Squadron TWENTY- a COM- work on the "BAT" missile, the 1
NAVAIRLANT
FOUR was assigned in August citation In only Atlantic Fleet squadron to
recognition of the
1948. Since then the squadron has fiscal squadrons receive this assignment, also
year 1971 accident free contributed to the
P-2V squadron'sfamous
flown PBYs, NEPTUNES
,
record.
Also
presented to the unit
P-3B ORIONS and In March 1970 BATGIRL insignia. It is
in
1971 was the Chief of Naval
completed transition to P-3C unique as the only currently
Operations East Coast Main
authorized U.S. Naval
ORIONS. In July 1967, VP-24 tenance Award. squadron
insignia displaying a member of
officially changed homeport from
addition to VP-24's primary
the fair
NAS Norfolk, Va. to NAS mission of Anti-submarine sex.WELCOME.

Patuxent River, Md. which was warfare and secondary missions

their homeport for over five (including surface shipping ABOARD When

years. surveillance, the squadron has Cdr. Doherty arrived on October
The Battle "E", MeritoriousUnit participated in the testing of the 30 a reception was held to

Commendation and the ASM-2 "BAT" ((1946-1950)), the unofficially welcome the "Bat-

Navy Unit Commendation were Navy's first operational air to men"to NAS Jax and he is shown .

presented to VP-24 in March 1970 surface guided missile. As a here with his wife Penny cutting

in recognition of outstanding result of this project the the ceremonial cake at the

performances during classified nicknames "BAT SQUADRON", reception.



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DIANA ROSSI SHE DOESA BLUES'A -he.*..,N 1 P Jr Mm
Black man from Columbus *
MARVELOUS JOIP "ONE OF THE BIGGEST I
Ohio invented a I IOfM.WM+. RED
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new kind of telegraph that "A TRULY STUNNING SURPRISES OF I t
allowed messages to be PERFORMANCE HOTSHUSH THE MOVIE YEAR L:; Oy r 1 JW

sent to and from a moving | FROM DIANA IS DIANA ROSSr a1 0 W ,
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years ago, and, most people :: Sti
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cause never he invented unglam- FRIDAYIDECEMBER e t::::::::: ::;:;:!:;:::::: ::::::::::::::::: ::: : :; 1'I :;;; : : : ::::::: ;:

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brakes, electromechanical back in E g Gt 3&4 BEDROOM HOMES l.lS25SOO
brakes, and so on.
the saddle to 132,000 OPPORniNOY I :
Granville T. Woods was again and
and in his life
his name, stiU Salesman on Duty 10 am to 6 pm Daily
time he got patents on

about 150 of his inven horsingaround. r

.tions, many of which he ,COWR .I.1Jt3':
sold to American Bell Tel "TrinityXs SfeUJ Name
My
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with various kinds of TO TAKEN 1R BELLAIR HOME BUILDERSJr

machinery all of his life, HAMMER" THIS TOWN ,' y
and thought of ways to APART!
r'' MEMBER OF NATIONAL HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIATION
make things work better. ( *,FRED WILLIAMSON -*y JACKSONVILLE HOME BUILDERS ASSOCIA TIONNOVEMBER
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I The 'Batmen' of VP-24. Have Arrived. ,:. : T ::1


10 ,. ,,. if. ,' president of the Jacksonville City crews were met by a number of
.'I 1,'" 'Jax- uTilE BAT IS HERE" and Daniel D Patterson squadron wives and personnel .
Council
I The orange and black stickersnow vice-mayor of Orange already moved to Jacksonville A
I. In abundance, around NAS ,Following the "WelcomeAboard" reception was held on the hangar
., Park
i, confirm the deck to unofficially welcome
'"' Jacksonville, will holdan the
: :' the squadron
uBA TMEN". "Batmen" to their
; presence of VP-24's house at 11:00: a.m. new home
Recently returning from an featuring open static displays of Patrol Squadron 24 was
extremely successful deployment aircraft and survival commissioned at NAS Kaneohe
''to Keflavik, Iceland, the "Bat squadron A cordial invitation to Bay, Hawaii in April, 1943.
t men" have completed a equipment.attend is being extended to all Originally designated as a heavy
homeport change from Patuxent hands. bombing squadron (VB-10O), the
River, Md. to Jacksonville. The Cdr. E. F. Doherty became the squadron flew PBY-Ss on daily
move to a sunnier climate has 32nd Commanding Officer of VP- patrols in the Pacific. The
I been anticipated by all for some October 19 of this year at squadron then received new
24 on
time and the squadron is looking NAS Patuxent River, Md. when PB4Y-1 "Liberator" aircraft and
forward to an enjoyable tour in he relieved Cdr. G. L. Petri. Cdr. in May 1943 were designated
a
Florida.A Doherty's previous tours have Heavy Patrol Squadron FOUR
welcome aboard ceremony included VP-26, VP-30, the U.S.S. The highlight to their Pacific
held for VP-24 at 10:30:
will be
1 WASP (CVS-18)), the Naval War campaign was the sinking of no
December 1 in segment
r a.m. on those College, VP-5 and another at'vp.- Japanese ships damaging 152
i. of Hangar 1000. Among welcome 30 for transition to the P-3C.,the more, destroying 32 enemy
attending to officially Jacksonville will aircraft which the squadron is planes and probable destructionof
VP-24 to NAS
lie reported to VP24in 36 others during an eight
now flying.
be: Capt. W. J. Vaught, COM
month The
William G. September 1971 and assumedthe deployment. squadron
FAW-ll Capt.
; duties of Executive Officer at received two Presidential Unit
CO NAS Jax Capt. J.
Sizemore, ;
r that time. Arriving on October 30 Citations in recognition of daring
M. Danielsen, senior chaplainNAS
raids at Guadalcanal and the
with the remaining squadron
: Capt. W. W. Honour, USN
," aircraft, Cdr. Doherty and his
Retired Jake Godbold, acting
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, Philippines the only Patrol operations in
Aviation Squadron to receive this Keflavik, Iceland and "VP-24 BATMEN" have
while
coveted award twice. on deployment. In carried down through the years.

The present designation of presented November of 1971, VP-24 was The squadron's assignment to

Patrol Squadron TWENTY- NAVAIRLANT with a COM work on the "BAT" missile, the

FOUR was assigned In August citation in only Atlantic Fleet squadron to
recognition of
1948. Since then the squadrons receive this
the squadron has fiscal assignment, also
flown PBYs P-2V NEPTUNES year 1971 accident free contributed to the squadron'sfamous

P-3B OR IONS and In March 1970 in record. Also presented to the unit BATGIRL insignia. It is
1971 was the Chief
of Naval
completed transition to P-3C Operations unique as the only currently
East
ORIONS. In Coast Main- authorized U.S. Naval
July 1967, VP-24 tenance Award.In squadron
officially changed homeport from addition to VP-24's insignia displaying a member of

NAS Norfolk, Va. to NAS mission of Anti-submarine primary the fair sex.WELCOME.

Patuxent River Md. which was
warfare and
secondary missions,
their homeport for
over five
including surface
shipping ABOARD When
years. surveillance the squadron has Cdr. Doherty arrived on October
The Battle
Unit "E", Meritorious participated in the testing of the 30 a reception was held to
Commendation
and the ASM-2 "BAT" (194&-1950)), the unofficially welcome the "Bat
Unit
Navy Commendation were Navy's first operational air to men"to NAS Jax and he is shown 41
presented to VP-24 in March 1970 surface guided missile. As a here with his wife Penny cutting

in recognition of outstanding result of this project the ,the ceremonial cake at the .x I

performances during classified nicknames "BAT SQUADRON", reception. 0

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"ENTERTAINS'k. %.!.".......'.. SINGS I IS A JOY TO WALLOW IN and the rear garden through $25,500 to
THE WITH LUMP IN THROAT
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Of DEFINITE OSCARCONTENDERS ->**Crlrt._It*fefMlM

-a..-.....FOR....721"c.- 'LADY "DIANA ROSS DELIVERS
THE KIND OF

-AN EXCITING MOVIE SNGS! PERFORMANCE THAT .......:.:.:.:.:.::::::.::::::::::::::: :
THAT HELD ME FROM WINS OSCARSI" MARIETT ..
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brakes, electromechanical
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saddle 929,900 TO $M,AAA touts HOUSING'
OPPORTUNITYSalesman
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his name, and in his lifetime
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about 150 of his inventions horsing"TidrtitylsSmiMfrXTvLine'

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Company, West- : rolling hills
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Jax Are you bored with your There is a poster at the training vigor), they make their intentions r

Job? Looking for a challenge? center which continually remindsthe known and those "gray

Here's your chance, adventure trainees that their plight is ghosts" of the fleet are just a ,.

lovers. The Navy Special Warfare their own. It reads, "You are a gang plank away.

Group from the Naval volunteer. Volunteer in, The first weeks of training

Amphibious Base, Little Creek, Volunteer OUT." registers the greatest number of

Virginia will be here Dec. 7 to For this purpose they have a drop-outs, The emphasis is on

recruit volunteers for UDT-Seal bell which is neatly lashed to a physical conditioning, coordination -

Team training.A pole. A bell like that on any shipin and mental alertness.

slide presentation scheduledfor the Navy, but it serves a different All but the dedicated and

9 a.m. at the station theater purpose. It doesn't mark v determined falter by the

will provide the introduction. time. wayside.The .
Prospective candidates will It's for those who decide that

"show their stuff" at the indoor after having tasted the crunch of trainees' chant tells the,

pool from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and at, sand in their jaws and the aches story best of all: r

the training and weight room and pains of taking a 40-foot drop Who am I, sir?

(Bldg. 614)) from noon until 2 p.m. from the cargo net on the obstacle A frogman am I.

UDT-Seal isn't for everyone. course, that a ship wasn't A UDT man
Indeed, only a few of the very that bad after all. I will be till I die. .

best are around at the end of By simply chiming it loudly For it's HOOYAH, Tigaree

training when they proudly pin three times and the instructors We're the men of UDT;

the trident and anchor emblemon encourage all those people who Damn, Bim Bam

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designs, overcasting, blind hems, PARK '66vw BUS
sews stretch fabrics,etc.Original cost 2 BR Duplex ORANGE, Furn. 5 fairs to NAS. Needs body work. Has new engine, but Open Dally 8 to 8:30: .Saturday I to 5-Sunday 1 to 6 PM

over$400.Balance 571 In cash or$6 per Conv. to Schools. No lease required. not Installed. $285., or best offer.,264-

month.805 Edgewood Ave.389-0494 Will rent to Bachelors. 2646884. 6884. 72 VW SUPER BEETLE R&H,6,000miles $2195

<< 72 VW SUPER BEETLE AT, AC Warranty $2595
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER ':'.N",: : o' :3.,>>;; Tak*.stock
Responsible party take up pmts.of$S. ;: ;,, 71 VWSUPER BEETLE Auto, R&H $2095
a month Call dealer. 7728936.
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK in 71 VW SUPER BEETLE AM-FAA, Low Milage $1995
.,SOO BTU
Window FEDDERS Air Conditioner. 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS. Clean,Modern' 70 VW SEDAN R&H, AC, AT $1795
trailers and Apts. 3893007. America.Buy
Phone 772-9914 70VWSEDAN R&H $1695

WANTED ORIENTAL COINS FOR SALE 2MOBILE HOMES
771-6496 or write Asiatic Coins,.P. 0. Live In one, rent other. App. $200. mo. US. Bonds 69VWSEDAN R&H $1595
Box 30353, Jax. 32230. 7714040. Savings ;
Dead Lake. 786.0712 68 VW SEDAN R&H' ; :jlr.: $1395

Nursery RIVERSIDE thru DAY Kindergarten CARE CENTER, week. 66 VW SEDAN R&H, New Paint <-1.: $995

days. 3887689. AVAILABLE TO FLORIDA RESIDENTS ONLY II 71 VW FASTBACK R&H $2195

2I"O.E.PORT.T.V. I PROMISSORY NOTES 69 VW FASTBACK R&H, AT, AC $1895 '
,
In good cond., with new stand. First II .
S50. takes It, 7716232. SECURED BY MORTGAGE DEED II 71 VW SQUARE BACK Auto, R&H : $2595

FOR SALE 69 VW CAMPER Pop Top, R&H ; $2595
BUSINES'SIncludes II
LAWN MOWING '
: 62 V-6 GMC truck-with top 71 KARMANN GHIA R&H $2295
Lawn equip & accounts. Some go all LI I -.
winter. Good part-time or full-time PAYING 69 KARMANN GHIA R&H, AT $1695
I
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moneymaker. 771.3211 Ext. 8340. 70 VW FASTBACK ATR&H $1995

GARAGE SALE I ANNUAL INTEREST I 70 VW BUS Deluxe R&H $2495
Dec. 2 Sat. 'Normandy Atlantic I

Bank. Benefit Ed White High School I .... ........ .... .:..ti.... ......I 71 VW DELUXE BUS AC, R&H $2795

Band. I : (nvctlmtnl Example: 'M'nlhly Chick : I 71 VW BASIC CAMPER, R&H $3095

EXPENSE PAIDTRIPTo I : $5,000. SSO : I'

and from Greensboro, N.C. for : 10OOOIN.N.NNN.NNNN..NN.-..NI............................ 100 : Extra Sharp :
reliable person (military preferred). I 20000..............................,._.................................... 200 I CHEVY CAPRICE R&H $1095
Pick' up 1971 Plymouth Sattellte and 000.............................................................?NNNMN 500 : 67
drive back to Jacksonville. For r'I..................... .. .......... ........e I
details, call 772-0288. MATURITY: 24 or 48 months I

I Interest Paid Monthly Principal Paid of Maturity Nice Selection of other Model VW's
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; .. ] I For Appointment or
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< I S2.000.00 MINIMUM I 100 % GUARANTEE!

. EVERS& ASSOCIATES
QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY I
Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. I MORTGAGE BROKERS We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspection..

Edward O. Lyon, Broker 119-0)41. I 1929 Pork Avenue Telephone 2644400 I Then we tuned up, tightened,and replaced everything that needed It.
ORP.O.to.7S7. And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repalcmr replacement of all.,
MIDDLE BURG AREA I ORANGE PARK. FLA. 32073 I major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 mllM. Come on In and
tracts In Sunny.side double check.
1 acre Mobile Home

farms. Call 2642086. I NAME ..............................................., I ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE .? c
., I ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
.
WE BUY A SELL EQUITIES I ADDRESS ....................... .....:.............. -
Call us for Quick service : I
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Morrison Taylor,Inc. PHONE ...........1.1..t1..1..1............

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1700 Men Information:


tL1N SchoolJax

The Jax Navy
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POW'sMIA'sWESTSIDE Wives Service Information,

School will convene at 9

a.m., Dec. 11, in the

conference room, Bldg. 1.
The school will be three

r evenings from 7-9, p.m.

Tr Topics include: House

: 4E4f hold Goods and Moves,

HOUSE OF QUALITY SifcRVlcrJacksonville' 1310 Special Services, Navy

*, FinstToyot CASSATAVENUE Exchange, CommissaryStore
*Sale* S rv,e?
Naval Hospital and
ADVANCED AT NATTC Moving up the rank ladder recently at! others of benefit to the
t NATTC were (Left to Right) DP3 Lynn M. Fontaine, who works at
per n h 1973 COROLLA Training Facilities YN2 Sharon M. Krefft, the clerical supervisor of f Navyman as well as his
the AO personnel office AE2 William K. Johnson: student at[ dependents.
1998 AE"B" School and PN3 Gary L. Walters of the NATTC Military NAS and tennant
J" Personnel Office.
commands personnel are
Std; Equipment
Includes: I encouraged to attend. For

1 reservations, call Ext.
VA Offering Tutors 2596. '

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PHONE 319 4541Dillvtrtd For GI Bill StudentsJax Sending
Yule
In Jax. on approved credit Including tag salts tax,
dealer prep transport and title fees Doc. stamps $3.00;total GI Bill students with academic problems can
note imj.40 payment 3ixSJ.U MS4.11 cash or trade down
APR 10.20 percent Includes salts taxi tag and recording fees get Veterans Administration financed tutoring more Packages?

ona proval. easily under the provisions of a law that became effective With the Christmas season

TRANSPORTATIO recently.The rapidly approaching, it becomes
PLYMOUTH Dusters Specials N VwSTA increasingly important that
11 6cy1,3spdR H W Week 4apdRd WGN new law.(PL-92-540)),which courses essential to their proper care and wrapping materials
also increased educational programs of education.For are used in preparing
benefits, removed the this help,VA paid tutors up parcels for mailing, according
requirement that a student be to$50 for each month or portion of to Postal Service officials.
71 71 COMET GRAND GTcylATR&HAC PRIX Loaded JW$2Wtuts failing a course to be eligible for a a month they tutored, up to a According to Military Postal

70 MAVERICK6cylATACR&Ht,000miles VA-paid tutor. maximum ,of nine months. officials, some of the most Important

71 71 TOYOTA PINTO AT.R&H COROLLA Cpe4spdR&HLlke ws s1S1S! It also made tutoring availablefor Under the new l law, however, items to be aware of in.
70 OLDS CUTLASS 2drHTLoaded $24 5 the first time to wives,widows VA pays tutors for the actual elude the following:
70 MONTEOO MX 4dr,8cylATPSR&HAC $175 and children studying under the time they tutor,up to a,maximumof Container-it should be of
Under Warranty agency's Dependents' nine months. This ends( to sturdy cardboard or wood..
Educational Assistance "stretch" tutorial benefits which Packing-there are many materials
program. eligible persons may continue to which can be used, suchas
use until a total of $450 is crumpled up,newspaper, popcorn
Tutorial assistance first exhausted. excelsior, styrofoam or
became available in March 1970 any other type of cushioning
Big Chief Say: 44 under Public Law 91219. It was Neither law changes tutorial materials that will completely
designed for veterans and ser assistance against the veteran's protect the article from shiftingor
vicemen studying on a half-time basic educational entitlement rattling. It might be said
uSAt' HEAP or more basis at post secondary during military service, VA officials that in most cases articles that
level,who needed in
help
passing pointed out. are not repacked when sent in

PUM original purchase boxes will not
4J.J iG waC M withstand the type of handling
44 SALE necessary in the Postal Service. _
OVING Exterior of the parcel-the
MONARCH'SRadial parcel does not have to be
wrapped in paper )if there is a
side of the box on which a leg
Ply High Performance
ible address can be applied.
Masking or other lightweighttapes
/ 111 are not acceptable as seal.
; ing materials. These can be usedif
other tapes such as nylon or
string are used In:addition. Asa
rule of thumb, self sticking
SpecialThis tapes, other than nylon are not
acceptable. Tapes that require
wetting are acceptable.The .
WeekvJ395
entire i parcel should
Merle Furniture Is moving back to their newly rebuilt never be completely covered
showplace soon I All prices have been drastically CUT with masking tape, officials said.
to reduce stock before moving day. Now's your chance Stamps will not readily stick to
to SAVE BIG on anything In'the house I this type of surface.



EVERYTHING LOOKINGFORA

,
REDUCED !

/ BUY AND SAVENOWI NEW
ER-7IX14 $27.' +2.42 FR78X15GR7IX15 S2MS+2.70 '
ff4 .
FR-7IX14 $2"'S+J.77 S3US+2.N CAREER? -'
OR-7IX14 31.t4+JJSHR7IX14 HR-7IX1S S33.V5+3.16S33.9S !
+7,.02 JR.7IX1S $3 ..f5+3.34 '
If
you Qualify'and
LR-7IX1S S3M5+3.4
1 are willing to work,
STORE HOURS : It Is possible ,
f.4 Mon.Fri I to earn In excess of
t Saturday Ih I $20,000 per year
Evening byAppointment within 3.5 years.

Management training program,
starting salary negotiable. Call
r t : 44I FURNITURE Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn,U.S.
/ Navy(Retired), Sales Managerwith .
Metropolitan Life 'Insurance
1918 US HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH ORANGE PARK Company* :telephone. number
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Family MARTD Wives Pass'Word' I


Jax-Passing the word home is classroom in Bldg. 900. At the
Meal the key behind MARTD's gather meeting,the wives will be given a
ing of Detachment wives for Drug Abuse presentation by
information and social meetings. members of the Navy Drug
StatedJax Rehabilitation Center.
Some of the Detachment'swives
pitched in to help with the Following the formal presentation
-Enlisted personnelare decorations for the recent Marine each week, the wives will
[ cordially invited to Corps Birthday Ball and mentioned be given the opportunity to meet
enjoy Family Night that more such meetings each other during a social periodset
between the wives could be informative aside before lunch.
(Chuckwagon Special) r and beneficial.
[Dec. 6 at Galley One. MARTD is hoping that these
The first of the scheduled meet informative meetings will be as
All guests are required
ings is set for Thursday, Dec. 14 successful as its Family Information
I to be accompanied by an at 9:30: a.m. in the Detachment Day,. conducted earlier.
active duty military

sponsor.
The menu will include:

! Vegetable Soup, Chili Hot A1 p SELL
Dog or Barbeque NAVY ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL. Ltg(| ) Richard L. Farley ,Is W BUY 67 SIECCEP'
awarded the Navy Achievement Medal with Combat"V" by Capt. W. 65 r66
French ALE
Spareribs, Fried F. Moore, NDRC Skipper. IO
Potatoes, Potato Salad,
Western Style Baked

Beans, Frankfurter Rolls, Without AdvertisingYou Before You Trade Your Car ,,4'
Salad Bar, Dessert Bar a To Any Dealer Call....<
and Western Fruit Punch. Wouldn't Know.

Please make reservations

not later than Dec. 1643 CASSAT AVENUE PHONE 347-2839

4 by calling Ext. 3302 or

3669. Meal hours will be 4-

6:30: p.m.


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Saturday, Dec. 9, from 7.11 p.m. }yt12' ,: ,
For entertainment, the &:'.:.,:,
your \ ",. :
"Back Alley"band will perform. .t ,
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Dress will be casual. I ':
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The public is invited to this I '" 1\\\ -,
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be $1.00 per person. Servicemenmust ; ;' ','
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We Do Have Some 73 Models

StlU without Price.,IncreaseINTERRUPTION4. money bOOk for Christmas shopping...
Ds .bl..y s..nss r. c. sd. ;F : ... .
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LOANER CAR .. ."
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application tOd v..hurry.Chrisfras! is sooner than you think!" f:: :


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:: PHONE 314.1391 Tel.387.5622 or Base Ext.2431 772.9894 or ease Ext.21S x
L415AMERICAN Hours: .5:30PM Hours I Mon..Frl.9AM-4:30PM Hours Mon..frl.l:3OAM-3:30PM:
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SSGT JAMES PACE, Training ADRC B.E. RIDGLEY signedon SKI DAVID L. LEWIS took the

Chief for MARTD, reenlisted for the dotted line at VW-4 for two oath for three more years.at the

six additional years. more years. Weapons Department.

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PELICAN BONUS BABY-AT2 McGriff Is congratulated by Cdr. P.

E. Herring, VP-45 skipper,after he shipped over for five years. In

addition to the plaque,McGriff also took home a $10,000 bonus.


J
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seowsuswttCOMEa .[' IS "INe

Nautical Charts .Outrigger Nautical Wear riI .
pPainls .Fish Boxes ,Burger Jacked EI::
.Hardware *Sktii Table Wear tvi .not ,_
.Repair Materials *Accessories'Other GoodiesWET ADR1 J.F. DIXON shipped
over for two more years in
STORAGE-MARINE HOISTS'HULL SERVICE'YACHT BROKE
EXPERT ENGINE SEVICEounOARD. STERN DRIVE INBOARD ceremonies at VW4.
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS, MOTORS. CANOES and TRAILERS

PIER 17 MARINA, INC.. WELL ON HIS WAY AX3 Williams Is well on his way'to a Navy

career with a 6-year reenlistment and a $8,000 bonus. Offerring his
ROOSEVELT BLVD at OITECA RlVtn congratulations Is Cdr. P. E. Herring,'VP-45 CO.
."[I JI
Jacksom leiorida ,eewee N
Pier M Frenihieed M.lIIN.Phone. J7 tttt OPEN SUNDAY jAn
BOATS MOTORS;CANOES: I 1 ri ,'
NEW TO THE BASE? *
Thunderbird- Starcraft Mfg Trojan, Grumman -T-Craft
I M I l I I M I I T TT J"J-F I ''T

your !fllIl1@LWIIIlf1fJ@PYi&
:$
can provide additional funds

WILSON Pontiac Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your :i _
!
money needs are handled the way you want them. :

Call or come.in-we'll do the rest.
100% GUARANTEED USED CARS


72 BUICK SKYLARK 2 dr. 70 FORD TORINO 4 dr. DOMESTIC FINANCE
H.T., Pallisade Green with sedan, Florentine Red with
Green vinyl Top &, Sandalwood Black Vinyl top, equipped CORPORATION SINCE 1HT
LOANS TO$000 H.D. FOSTER, attached to
with air & Extra
Interior/ equipped power.
8 OFFICES JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK
VW-4, four
I with air & power. Low clean. shipped over for
I years.
1995

*3295mileage. I I

70 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 2
dr. H.T., Regency Blue with '
I 72 Black Vinyl top & blue Hl.
PONTIAC LUXURY
FREE USE OF AN
LEMANS 2 dr. H.T., buckets, fully equipped with
windows, seat,
Wilderness Green with Black power power
Vinyl & AM.FM Radio. 24,000 miles.
Top fully equipped
including factory air & Rally $
I II I Wheels. Priced to go. 2995 ENGRAVING TOOL


$3495
N CHEVROLET IMPALA
Custom Coupe 2 dr. H.T.,
equipped with factory air&
TO ENGRAVE YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE NUMBER ON
71 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX 2 power. Burma Brown with VALUABLE ARTICLES IN YOUR HOME IS AVAILABLE AT
White Vinyl Top. Extra LOCATIONS
THE FOLLOWING :
dr. H.T., Bronzinl Gold with clean.
Sandalwood Vinyl Top &
Sandalwood buckets,. fully FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK at LAKE SHORE. 4617 San Juan Avt
$1 9 9
5
equipped Including power FIVE POINTS GUARANTY BANK 800 May SL I'c;>SP '
windows. Extra sharp. p a
*
I I FLORIDA JR COLLEGE Cumberland Campus, Bide C 58 > =-- ,
49 VOLKSWAGONSquarebtck
3795 : Wagon blue with MURRAY HILL BARNETT BANK, 140 Edgtwood AM. ,
black Interior, equipped with
automatic transmission. NORMANDY ATLANTIC BANK, 6545 Normandy Blvd.

Priced for economy minded. WESTSIDE ATLANTIC BANK. 4328 Blandmj Blvd.

I '71 BUICK, SKYLARK 2 dr. 1195[ I JOIN OPERATION IDENTIFICATION AND STOP A THIEFI ,4. .
(... H.T., Pallisade Green with "
Lr# n Green Interior,equipped with "Operation Identification" is an excellent plan for burglar-proofing your home I With an easy-to-f .
factory air & power. M PONTIAC VENTURA 4 dr. use engraving tool, you can permanently Identify your valuables by engraving them with'you '
H.T., Bermuda Blue with
Florida Driver's License Number.Fill .
White top, equipped with
1 2895 factory air & power, Lowmll1695 out the card you will receive and return It to the Office of the Sheriff where It will be kept on

file for Identification purposes. '
r
n Affix decals (which the Sheriff's office will send you) to your front and back doors to warn a

would.be burglar that yourhouse Is protected by Operation Identification. He probably will not
enter..and you will have STOPPED A THIEFI '

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! Wins UPicLmJax !
I U-PIC-EM Lee Simoneth II

II for that game again on this
-Lee Simoneth entered his there was usually more pressureon
.
BALLOTNAME the the unbeaten team. week's ballot.
contest of
I first U-Pic-Em
who entered the Since this Is the last week of the
As
he everyone
last week and as a result
I year week have contest B.W.Castelli has at least
contest last may
contest of
his first U-Pic-Em
won
noticed Notre Dame did not play clinched a tie for the season
the year.Simoneth. and will win it
Cal last week. There championship
who works in the Southern
,
schedule outright unless a previous winner
Reliability was a misprint in the
and
J'. Quality Assurance Department at NARF used to pick games for the ballotso comes up with this weeks winning
RANK OR TITLE AGE_ to make pick ballot.NOW .
PHONE won the next to last contest of the you'll have your ,

DUTY STATION \/I, SERVICE NUMBER, .year While with several a perfect people ballot.picked HEAR THIS! '

(This'week's games) Ohio State over Michigan and
several picked Oklahoma over NOW HEAR THIS!
NOTRE DAME SOUTHERN CAL__ Nebraska few managed to pick
both of the upsets as Simonethdid.
SMU TEXAS CHRISTIAN He said he picked Oklahoma
because Nebraska's record
GEORGIA TECH ._GEORGIA___ ___ showed them to be more TktWsm
vulnerable and Ohio State was his
MIAMI FLORIDA
choice because both teams had
about the same strength and
OKLAHOMA OKLAHOMA STATE.
Avis.
AUBURN ALABAMA-. -
It.
ARMY, NAVY ,. I \

LSU TULANE \\It. a .5
Steer a course for action-
GREEN BAY DETROIT._-_ : I Make Avis your first port o'
call and feel free again to
CLEVELAND PITTSBURGH I'I' \S. .
go anywhere,anytime.
I AVIS FEATURES PLY MOUTHS I '

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TIE-BREAKER: predict final score on the game between ;.
Army and Navy. Indicate winners in other games by a check 'd'.
.,
mark. t., '.- ........ \ ,' w SPECIAL RATES
Ballot boxes for NAS and Cecil Field are located at the Navy Lee Simoneth Available to all military personnel S
Exchange near the Lay-away counter and at Galley One.Ballots "
must be in by noon Friday each week or they won't be picked up.tf&$88$88 AMIS ,:
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NavyMarineBowling NAS:
CECIL FIELD:
and Kelley
Corner Enterprise
Base Service Station
Phone 772-2896
Dr. R. TIMOTHY CARTER Phone 771.3211 Ext.392
Standings

,. Optometrist L
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'",*-\. Announces the 7 WINNINGTONIGHT
Relocation of Ms OptometrIc Practiceto LITTLE BEARS 21
POWELL'S RAIDERS 17 11
FRA BRANCH.91 17 11
Park Central Shopping Center THE AUTO-BARNS 15 13

1592 Park Avenue Phone 2642425Orange ANCHOR KLANKERS 1513
Park, Florida 32073 THE DRUNKS 13 15
(Green Cove Springs Phone 284-3452)) WHITEY'S FISH CAMP 10 18
THE MAKE-UPS 4 24


\ S2DAILY i E '3 PERFECTA '5DAILY


1 st TWO RACES I 6th.& 2th RACES LAST TWO RACES

JLtt & 3eU4 QU1N1ELA WIN-PLACE-SHOW WAGERING EVERY RACE


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CLUBHOUSE. ADMISSION: $1.50
L They opened a Christmas comfortable table seating for the nightl!
Chili for this year, last Includes

year. Plan ahead, not! DINNER served 6:30-10:

Most exciting place to ,dine. Complete
:;', delicious meals from $2.95 and you'll
Just One .
view of race!
"' enjoy a spectacular every
PaymentWeek .', "
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RESERVATIONS;
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Every ci WEEKDAYS until 3 ((904)) 388-2623.

For 1973 -* .. After 3 ((904)) 264-9575.
Club
Christmas SATURDAY after 1 pm ((904)) 2649575.

NO : :: GRANDSTAND ADMISSION Still only 50 cents

NORMANDY BLVD. JACKSONVILLE LO 1st RACE POST TIME 8p.m.GMAT NEE 1:30: -

MONDAY 6545 THRU THURSDAY All(|Departments FRIDAY,00 AJ M"".fo I 00 P.M. -- -
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BASKETBALLAMD circle by nipping winless NAMTD Brindenstine ((508.221); Paul
slammed NAMTD down 40.37.Kitts with 19 and Barr with Conaway ((508-204)); Henry
in a big way,71.39.McGhee with 16 led all VA-45 scorers. Smith Stopinski ((506-189)() ); Dale Howard S
21 points, Meldrum with 14 and had 16 for the instructors. (505-182-178)( ); Bill Martin ((503, r
Rogers also with 14 led the VMS threw a scare into VA-12 202.176)); John McClure ((502,200-()(

maintenance crew's scoring. before bowing 5045. .176he's finally taking his
Smith had 14 counters for the Easley was VA-12 top point Wheaties regular), Jim Tyler

instructors.Gill man with 16. The games leading ((50M88)); Don Eriksson ((501-188))
scored 23 points and J. scorer was VA-45's Meldrum with and Ty "Sampson" Fusani (501-
Williams 16 in leading VA-174 to a 20. McGhee also had 15 for the 186-177). Bob Curran rolled a 200

68.40 win over VA-68. Walton had "Blackbirds". game. Standings:
14 and Sullivan 13 counters for the Dental found a new way to losea Marines 40 -16 W. F. Quarg presented CDR A. A. Less, Commanding Officer
losers; game when they forfeited to VA-45 36.20 of VA-12 with the first place trophies for slow pitch Softball. Individual .

The Marines cooled Medical 36 VA-72, 2-0., CPOs 3520 trophies were given to each member of the team. VA-12's
19. Big John Mills of football NWSED 32.24 vigorous participation In Cecil Field Intramural Sports is displayed by
fame had 14 tallies for the' BOWLING BOQ 31.25 Commander Less'toothless smile. He lost his two front teeth during a

Marines. Moore "blistered" the CO-NATIONAL LEAGUE: Medical .3026. football game against the Marines.
nets with 7.points in triggering During the past two weeks, the AIMD 3026

c the Medical scoring "punch". Marines lengthened their league Fall's Frazzled 5 2629. % ,.. '.,-
VA-12's diminutive guard, lead to 4 games over runner-up CLAW-1 26 -30 NewsgramNavy -
Eddie Easley, had 17 tallies to VMS and the CPOs slipped to Admin 24 -32
lead his team to a 50-43 win over 3rd.500 series: Albon Sonnentage Weapons 2332

... VMS Pete Barr had 15 points for (544, 199-183)); Dennis Vincent Communications 22 -34
VA-45. Both teams lost their (543, 214-181)); Wes Stearns (535, Special Services 20 .36 vs Pollution centrations. A program for
'
centers early In'the game on 188-186);Bob Shaw ((530, 213-178); AIMD No.2 1738 Significant developments in the receiving and treating bilge
pumpings and one for treating
fouls. Steve Azcueta ((526,. 188-177); Inasmuch as the Mayport Navy's air and water pollution
and oil
Medical fell to VA-12, 61 24. Eugene Dobson ((526, 199-176)); boxing team will not be properly abatement program are on their oily also water be recovering will
Woodard had 19 points, Easley 15 'Ron Mallett ((525-195); Tom conditioned to face. Cecil Field at the Naval Facilities implemented this fiscal
and Miller 12 to lead the Gillmore way year.Also underway at present is .
((524
scoring 175-179-170); Don this week, the boxing card has Engineering Command in
splurge. Bultman hit 10 for Parker (522;198-170)); Don Meyer been scheduled for a later date. Washington, including systemsfor a cost-feasibility study to develop
Medical. ((522 198)) Osier ship waste off-load systems. The
; Lyle (521, 180- Further information will be control of harbor'spills and
VA-174 continued their 174)) Dick Hanson study will compare, all alter-
winning ; ((521, 195-190)); promulgated in the near future. disposal of wastes'from ships In
ways by downing VA-45 by a 57 Don Eriklson, (520,180-180)); Ray natives for transferring sewage,
count.Gill had 24 points for the Proctor ((518, 199-173)); Angelito MAKE (HRIStMA\ SHOPPING, port.To combat harbor oil spills, galley and laundry wastes,liquid
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with more deliveries
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I Intramural Tennis L NDRC Standingsw 1 Fliers Basketball Team


VP-5 ., 8 1 NATTC 3 5
FWF 6 1 NARJAX 3 5
VIM5 6 3 VP-56 /' '.' 3 6 Splits Two With Glync.o

IIOSPITAL 5 2 MATSG 2 2

FAW.11 4 4 VW-4 2 1 4 4 Jax The Navy Jax Filers Otis McGee with 18, Mike Lucid Fliers will-be without the servicesof

basketball team started off their with 16 and Mark Warner with 14. Otis McGee, who scored 37

VP-5 Starts new season last Friday night withan This weekend the Fliers will points in their first two games, as I
BasketballWith impressive 93-66 win but travel to NAS Albany for gameson a result of the newly announced
turned around the next day and Friday and Saturday. The personnel cuts.

Two Biff Games lost 94-81 to the same Glynco ....., 'I!! ... !! --" ..-...... ..-_-
team that they had downed for -. .._
Jax While it still may be -with- two their first victory. J
wins was VP-45 The Fliers went into
halftime
of
football season in the minds of
many'people it's'also basketball FICEUR the was a 114-63 victim of their first game with a 47-40 lead
VP-45
season and the NAS Intramural attack that'was led by that was due largely to the hot
Pruett
with 26 and Bell with 23. hands of Otis McGee of Air Ops
stride.Basketball program is now in full Martin of FICEUR was high man and Mike Luchi of NDRC. McGee -1.I ,

cf the game however, with 28. scored 15 of his game high 19 .
After 18 it looks
games like the VW-4
managed to hold
VP-45 points in the first half and Luchi
team to watch could well be VP-5. below 100 F ;.y
in their game but still scored 10 of his 14. In the second
In their first game of the lost
year 80-44.
half the hot hands belonged to
VP-5 showed no mercy to the VP-24 also made victims of the Mark Warner of Air Ops, Howard
Marine Barracks team as they VW-4 team when they dropped Lind of Hospital and Jim At-
buried the Marines 130-56. the Hurricane Hunters by a 95-79 tanasio of NAS Personnel Office.
Leading the attack was Andersonwith score. Benttey dropped in 26 and Warner finished the game with 16
32 points and Bearden with Sheldon 22 for the winners
while points, 10 of which came in the
29. Anderson scored 22 of his Heath's 30 points and Parker's 20 second half. Lind also finished
points in the first half., failed to bring victory to VW-4. with 16 and Attanasio finished
VP-5 had 75 points at the half in Medical was led to two wins by with 14, giving the Fliers five
their first game and in their Johnson's 46 points last week men in double figures in their 93-
second they outdid that total by with 24 coming in their 80-70 win 66 win.
three points when they scored 78 over MATSG and the other 22 In Saturday's game it was a
points at the half. This time the coming in a 78-43 win over AIMD.In different story altogether with READY FOR ACTION Members of the Jax Navy Fliers
victim was MARTD and the final Alcaraz of Glynco playing the Basketball team who will be heading to NAS Albany this week are:
score was 114-43. Bearden outscored the closest game of the new part of the villian. The first halfof Standing (L to R) Jim Attanasio, MPO Vince Bell, VP-45 Ricky
Anderson this time as he season,NarJax held a 36-27 edge this game saw both teams Pruett, VP-45 and Paul Tuggey, MARTD. Kneeling (L to R) Steve
came up with 34 to Anderson's 25. over Public Works at halftime matching each other shot for shot Douglas, Hospital; Red Galloway,VP-56 and Mike Luchi, NDRC.
but
Twenty-six of his 34 came in the Public Works came back and going into halftime tied at 39-
first half.Another. strong in the second half to pull 39. In the second half Alcaraz
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Teams Decided For Football Playoffs I.


I JAX SPORT BRIEFS Jax-A few games are still left and forcing a playoff for that spot two-pointer. Bleecker- scored VP-

aFOOTBALL in the Intramural Football season and a spot in the playoffs. S's only touchdown.

--..... but the four playoff spots have NarJax won that game when With this win, all VP-45 had to
AND BASKETBALL already been clinched as of last Cuthbert was credited with a do was beat FICEUR on Mondayof
TICKETS AVAILABLEJax a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the old skeet week.In safety in the overtime period. this week to clinch first place : .
This is the
Tickets for the Gator charter range. last chance for the only National League Before Cuthbert's safety in the American League. :;
Bowl Football game and the which teaches membership in the club game played last week Public provided the winning points Lyles FICEUR, who had already been .:
Gator Bowl Basketball Tour small arms safety Works clinched second place had scored two touchdowns, eliminated from the playoffs,
nament are still available at the marksmanship additional for all ages.If when first place NarJax knockedoff Lewis one touchdown, Braswell a decided to go out in style, .
Special Services Ticket Office in any needed call AOC information is MATSG 32-30 in overtime. touchdown and a two-pointer and however, and defeated VP-451ast
Bldg.704. The football tickets are 2540. Speake at Ext. MATSG's loss to NarJax Eckard and Flair scored two- Monday by an 18-14 score. .
$9.50 each and the basketball prevented them from tying pointers. For MATSG Kirkseyand VP-45's loss to FICEUR means .
tickets are $6.00 each. POWER BOAT CLUB MEETING Public Works for second place Hunt scored two touchdowns that if the Marine Barracks team
while and wins the two ,it has .,
NAVY GAME AT MAYPORTJax Jax The Jax Navy Power apiece Kelly, Blaylock games left to '
The Mayport O'Club is Boat Club will hold its regular Brotski scored twopointers.There play, then they will be tied with
was also only one game VP-45 for first place and the two .
inviting all members, guests and monthly meeting on December 5 ;
in the American teams will have to to
played League play who
see
friends at
to view the Army-Navy 7:30 p.m. at the NAS Marina.
Plans will b last week and in that game VP-45 will get the top spot in the
game on Saturday, December 2 be made at the
the downed VP-5 by a 36-6 score. playoffs with NarJax and Public ,:
for
on large screen color TV that meeting a Club sponsored
will Three men took care of all of VP45's Works. .
they provide. The fishing contest. Watch the Jax
i I at noon and free warmupstarts hors Air News for further details on scoring with Parmley and No schedule for the playoffshas
/ d'oeuvers will be provided. And the contest. folk scoring two touchdowns anda been set yet but as soon as it JI
when Navy wins champagne will point after attempt each, and is, it will be published in the Jax .
be on the house. Hall scored a touchdown and a Air News. -;

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