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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 7, 1972
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 30 NO. 38 Published In The Interest ,of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida DECEMBER 7, 1972


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following items highlight this weeks Navy News: j i
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lit Fleet,ASW Forces Pacific Merge 1 3. F
CINCPACFLT has 'announced that the First Fleet and the ASW

Forces Pacific will merge Feb. 1, 1973 to ,form a reactivated Third
.Fleet.
'The new command will be headquartered at Ford Island, Pearl I4NLq
Harbor, Hawaii.
: The reorganization is intended to reduce fleet staffs and achieve

0' personnel and fiscal economy, while retaining effective control and TL
' supervision of ,the assigned operational units. z ,
\, Forty-eight military staff billets will be eliminated by the move. No
civilian billets are effected.
There will be no direct effect on the operating forces, other than

redesignation as units of the Third Fleet. -
. Establishment of the new Fleet will mark the first time since Jan. 1, JjLJj
r 1947 that the Navy has maintained a Third Fleet. : _

New Enlisted Duty Preference Form .
: SUPERS has started using a new enlisted duty preference form for
t' all rates and ratings, E-1 through E-9.The new form,'NAVPERS 1306- i
63 replaces the variety of previously-used duty preference cards and \ A
allows SUPERS to record more detailed information oil personal preferences __ ,,,

w for future assignments. FOR HEROISM Photographic Intelligenceman First Class Richard B. Phillips Is awarded the
. The form not only standardizes duty preference choices, but also Navy and Marine Corps Medal by Capt. E. R. Sourbeer, FICEUR CO. Phillips earned the award
provides access for detailers, since information can be easily trans. rescuing the pilot of a small plane who crashed at NS Pearl Harbor on a site covered with gasoline.Race .
;r ferred to computers. ,
Initial distribution of the ,new.enlisted duty preference form has
I been made to all fleet and shore activities for use by personnel whose Relations Training
EAOS or PRD occurs in August 1973 or later.
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I Scholorshlps Available

I' A number of college scholarships for dependents of Navy, Marine.
I Corps and Coast Guard personnel are available for the 1973-74 school Proposed For Jax Area

,"' year, SUPERS reports.
}>The ,scholarships sponsored-some organizations,. will be
W. awarded to dependent children on the basis of scholastic merit, in relations h \\m
Jax A confeience to discuss a proposed training program race
i t* character and financial need.
i'" '-? To qualify, applicants must be dependents of active duty, retired or is scheduled for '10 a.m. tomorrow in Conference Room One, Bldg. 1. :

I p- decreased sea service personnel, unmarried, and under 21 years of Stations and tenant activities seminars or workshops in fields- The proposed area training '
age, or under 23 if already enrolled in a full-time course of study at ant aboard Cecil Field, NAS Jax and' other than race relations, have course would consist of approximately -
approved institution of higher learning.. Mayport which conduct or plan to been requested by RAdm. 20 hours of lectures, "
:. A scholarship pamphlet (NAVPERS 15003C), listing the specific conduct formalized courses in Lawrence R. Geis, COM. seminars and workshops in
I 4,1 requirements for each scholarship as well as application procedures, race relations, or activities with FAIRJAX, to send representatives race relations.. COMFAIRJAXwould
J .'may be obtained from the Chief of Naval Personnel (PERS-P511)), officer or enlisted instructors to the conference. be the overall ad.
Navy Department, Washington, D.: C. 20370. qualified to conduct formalized According to RAdm. Geis, ministrator, extablishing the
Applications for scholarships must be submitted prior to March, courses, in race relations, or 'The training of all hands in race course ,or courses, making
n '1973. A brief summary'of the scholarships available is contained in activities with officer or enlisted relations is subject of concernat arrangements for the training of
SUPERS Notice 1755 of Nov. 29, instructors ,qualified to conduct all levels of command. ,instructors, obtaining the
"Most commands in this area syllabus for the course, etc.
i: NEW MONYHL BASIC PAY RATES
L; are not staffed nor equipped to

I YEARS OF SERVICE individually conduct a continuousrace Local activities would'be called

. ; ,;far UHDIU I 3 4 s 10 'U 14eeAD It u' 2. ,22 24 ,relations training course upon to provide instructors to be
I solely for their own people. An trained and make those same
COMMISSIONED OFFICERS,
. area training course would individuals available for.
410( 250020 259550 2994 90 2994 90 :319100 :319500 839420* .
24'5.00 t500 to 2".00.20 2500,20 258590 2794e0 1794.110 training being classroom duties when
, supplement ,any race
01 214050 219e.90 22470 n4170 224:1.70: 230040 130040 239.1110 ImOO 595.00! 24U5SO 2/9460 279460 2994.90 :
:'.. ,. oa 109960 ,ooUO 2I)44iO! 2044.50 201460! 211G'O 2' I .!''O'S300.! .' 7100,14 J9SIK:! "2MXI21: 2595 90 270030 conducted at the unit level' relations training is scheduled.
07 11'0.70 17.0.00 11iro.130 1720.00( 1m.;)) 79130 14O,!IJO 190200 10.'x: :000S 1M! ::J11()() '
'UM.oo 1312.50 3t'7.70 3".70 1391.10! ':,,'7.70 :197.70 1:WHO 14+5.0' 1073.70 '7V!: 20 179730 190200 2062.50
OS ..>490 $21.7.) \1'1(1.3" ,'IJ&UI! ) 1I!O 00' 1tlil 00 15.70 3011.41) ':Jlld40 14'1iO| :!! IS/U39! : 1020.70 1C33.0Q
04 805,20 '1'JI\J) 'U.IG.IO o.11i.10 tuw10 "'2.0. 87.70. 1:64! D0< :11:1.0: IJC.UO: 141.30ASENLISTEDMEMBERS' : Batmen Welcomed ::
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.; COMMISSIONED OFFICERS WITH OVER 4 YEARS I" By City, Navy'

03. '- 09.40 tolG'.o: 07370 1131:1017.70 "a"o -
02 r : 8004.40 gal OQ tJI4: II UO 'OI1.10! 10-1610, '<1, '
102 712.0:; 71iJI1IJ 78,34 I1I.W 8.t1i30 1101.40r Jax The "Batmen" of VP-24 were officially

r r ;: WARRANT OFFICERi' welcomed to Jacksonville' Friday in ceremonies 'at

:: w..c moo' .IUG 'I7..o ,8.1G 40'.7HO I'9\\ 95s,1oIIO7.90: 06410 .t 10250' .113130 116MO t201." 190140 Hangar 1000.Representing .
W.3 60300 751.50 751.50 70O 770.11) '2G10! 741O 110300 131.50 1IS1I.70' 96440 3Q 1064.70 1102M
:102. 60660 5II10 690IO 675.30 712.0 73150 71 o 00 60823 'JUG 66550 193.,70' 922. 0 85970&M&0 the city at the Vaught, Commander Fleet Air
:w: 1 MSO 5710 flT'IO: G:7.1IO I5Cj 10 5M0 71fIO, 741.W 770.10 r9S.1iO 65S90B440
ceremonies were Mr. Jake Wing Eleven Chaplain ''J.R.

.y\;,'(. ENLISTEDS. Godbold, President of. the Danielson gave the invocation
". ..,to 116$80 mso tI05.70 ''I 04660. 96140' 1016.49 111110 Jacksonville City Council; Mr. Cdr. Edward F. Doherty, .
I.1 ,;.' 72660 770 7t&W ,'70660r 60700 67620 SUM 69610 ..00 Daniel Patterson, Vice Mayor of
.' .1 107,30 64n-o 66744 &a .40 boles 4rpioo 6+6)0 6.120 fl11O! 71700 7JC60 746.70 799.00 M&10C Commanding Officer of the, ,
Park 'and Mr. Rod
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ate 013100 477IQ 4'>>1.70 61810 531C1O 65120 117/W1 60111CJ.621.00 I 64100 !.700 Orange ; newly-arrived squadron, thankedall
,j. :, E.S 3b460 4'180 41441) 4selO 41J1110 50190 6:1300 5-47.20 ';l7.70 Porter, President of the
concerned for their in the
help
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n 3S80 .:1.10 m.O: 401.00 t',. Jacksonville Area Navy League. Eagles' recent move from,
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,:; 3111.20I RAdm. ,Lawrence R. Geis, A
I limited under existing low to'13ooo, COMFAIRJAX, led the Navy Also in attendence were Cdr..

! STARTING THE REAR RIGHT-: table above shows the.nev: v basic pay scale for the armed welcoming delegation, along with Doherty's wife, Diane, and their
f' forces that will go'into effect Jan. 1, 1913. The raise will amount.to U9 4I <' percent, based on a Federals Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS five children, Edward Jr., John

I ; .:Civil Service) boost of 5.14 percent. (Table reprinted from Navy Time: ). Jax' CO and Capt. William J. ,Jeffrey, .Mark,and Pam. I

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Sunday, Dec. 10 Wednesday, Dec. 13
BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice, BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato Fried Potatoes, Sliced Tomatoes
I Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Order, Juice, Cooked Farina,. Fried Eggs to Onions, Lettuce Leaves, Dill'Plckles,
l I''i'11 !.Bllt.l! Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Grilled Order, French Toast w-Syrup, Choiceof Mustard, Catsup, Salad Dressing,
Minute Steaks or Ham, Baked.Beans, Ham or Pork Sausage, Baked Dessert Bar.SUPPER .
Pastry Bar.BRUNCHt. Beans, Southern Style. Corn Bread, Mexican Pork Chops,
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at 10 a.m. Vegetable V Pastry Bar.DINNERS. Natural Gravy, Steamed Rice, Apple
Soup, Barbecued Beef Cubes, Grilled Sauce,
Friday, Dec.I French MinestroneSoup, Buttered Spinach, Seasoned
BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato French Fried Potatoes, Buttered 'Fried Potatoes, Baked Beans, Salad Texas Steaks, Mushrooom Gravy, Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar,
Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Cream Style Corn Fried Onion Rings, Bar, Cherry Pie, Sugar Cookies. Baked Potatoes, Buttered Cream Chocolate Krlnkles, Creamy Rice
Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choiceof Salad Bar, Chocolate Krlnkle Cookies, SUPPER Chicken Fricassee Style Corn, 'Sauteed Mushrooms & Pudding.
Snowflaked Potatoes, Onions, Seasoned Green Beans, Salad
Ham or Pork Sausage, Ham Lemon .Layer Cake.Saturday. Baking Powder
Omelet, Pastry Bar. Dec.V Biscuits, Cranberry Sauce Buttered Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Yellow Cake
DINNER Manhattan Clam BREAKFAST Chilled Orange Squash, Seasoned Green Beans, Salad SANDWICH LINEs Sloppy. .Joes or
Chowder, Fried Fish Sicks and Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Bar, Sugar Cookies, Cherry Pie. Ham
Oysters, Baked Beef w.Noodles, Order, French Toast w-Syrup, Choiceof Monday, Dec. 11 SUPPERs Braised Liver w-Onions w
Tartar Sauce, Parsley Buttered Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Hash BREAKFAST! Chilled Grapefruit or Swedish Meat Balls Brown Gravy,
Potatoes, Buttered Broccoli, Buttered Brown Potatoes,Pastry Bar. Juice Buttered Hominy Grits, Fried Buttered Egg Noodles, Buttered
Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Lemon BRUNCH ,t 10 a.m. Chicken Rice Eggs to Order, French Toast w. Squash Seasoned Green Peas, Salad
Layer Cake, Pineapple Pudding. Soup, Chill Con Carne or Grilled Syrup, Choice of Thin Pork Chops or Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Raspberry Jello. $EE1JGi
SANDWICH LINE Submarine Frankfurters, Steamed Rice, Salad Ham,Hashed Brown Potatoes, Pastry
Sandwiches,' Potato Chips, Sliced Bar Pumpkin Pie, Yellow Cake. Bar. Thursday, Dec. 14 NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Leaves, SUPPER Oven Roast Veal DINNER. Chicken Noodle Soup,
Tomato, Onions, Lettuce or Deep BREAKFASTi CHllled Orange
Catsup, Mustard Salad Dressing, Fried Perch, Gravy Tartar Sauce, Roast Pork Loin, Brown Gravy, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to
Dessert Bar.5UPPERt Fried Rice, Simmered Pinto Beans, Grilled Potato Cakes, Applesauce, Order,Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choiceof Sunday
Minestrone Soup, Grilled Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Salad Bar, Creamed Peas & Carrots, Simmered Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Minced
Texas Steaks, Mushroom Gravy, Yellow Cake,Raspberry Jello. Sauerkraut, Salad Bar, Strawberry Beef on Toast, Pastry Bar. Divine Worship 8:30: a.m.
Cream Pie, Bread Pudding. at All Saints Chapel.
I DINNER Tomato Rice Soup, Hot
Turkey Sandwiches or Baked Ham. Church School 9:30 a.m.
burger and Noodles, nowflaked Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
I .AIR NEWSThe' SANDWICH LINEs Grilled Ham. All Saints Chapel.
JAX burgers or Cheeseburgers, Potato Potatoes, Bread Dressing,Simmered, Junior Youth Fellowship
Pinto Beans, Buttered Broccoli
Chips, Sliced Tomatoes, Onions, 12:30: p.m. Senipr Youth
Spears Salad Bar, Pineapple Pie,
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Lettuce Leaves, Dill Pickles, Rice ,Fellowship 1:30: p.m.
each the U.S. Naval Air Station, Mustard, Catsup, Salad' Dressing, Creamy Pudding.
distributed Thursday at Dessert Bar.SUPPERt SANDWICH LINE Grilled! Hamburgers Evening Worship 7:30
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company., a Chili Macaroni or Fried or Cheeseburgers, French p.m. at the! Small Chapel.

private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Fish Sicks, Franconla Potatoes, Tuesday

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box Z, NAS Tartar Sauce, Buttered Broccoli Senior Choir Rehearsal 7

Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before' publication.News Spears. Buttered Corn Kernels, Salad p.m. at Bldg. 750 and:
Bar, Easy Chocolate Crke, Bread Christian Science Service 8
Items are welcomedfrom all sources. Telephone 772-3118 Pudding. V p.m. at the'Small Chapel.
'or 3119. Tuesday,Dec. 12
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BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Divine Worship 10 a.m. at
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to Order,Griddle Cakes w.Syrup,Choiceof V. St. Lukes.

race, creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Pastry NATTC

user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Bar. Protestant Worship
DINNERS Puree of Bean Soup
Service 10:30: a.m, In
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the Yankee Pot Roast of Beef or Sim. Building 500. -

refusal to print advertising from that source." mered Corned Beef, Natural Gravy,
Oven Browned Potatoes, Seasoned
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Cabbage, Buttered Lima Beans, Salad CATHOLICSaturday

concerning such should be directed to: Bar, Raisin Nut Cake; Oatmeal Mass So p.m. at
Cookies. St. Edward't Chapel.
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY SANDWICH LINES Grilled Ham &' Sunday Mass a.m. and 11
Cheese Sandwiches, Potato Chips, a.m. Dally Mass.Monday,
:4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla.., 32210 Salad Bar, Relish Tray, Dessert Bar. Tuesday, Thursday andFrlday.11':30 .
Telephone 388-2755 SUPPER Chicken Pot Pie or : a.m. Wednesday
Mass 11:30: a.m. at
Barbecued Ham Steaks, Whipped 4 the Naval Hospital Chapel.
Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce, Seasoned WHT Pa'YOU MIMI
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DECEMBER 7, 1972 JAX AIR NEWS.,LATWWGER PAGE 3
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Nominations Open

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-Rod D.Pinney,president 1973 Annual Meeting include per _
of Jax Navy Federal Credit sonnel representing the officer, .
Union, has announced the ap- enlisted and civilian membership yai r d.q1 r '
pointment of a nominating from both NAS Jacksonville and 3 3I
committee to select nominees to NAS Cecil Field,and retired per
fill three vacancies on the Boardof sonnel." t ; ,
Directors and two vacancies on Nominations will be received : _
the Credit Committee. from the floor at the meeting. J- .:.: I
However, any member who is _
Elections will be held at the interested in being considered for -,
credit union' annual member nomination (or who knows of r 11111r
ship meeting scheduled for other members interested) is
February 24 urged to submit an application in --r--
F.Ray Forrest,Supply Depart writing to the nominating
ment, NAS Jacksonville, will committee or credit union office:
head the nominating committee. Forms are available from the '"Itr
Those named to serve on the branch office managers at the
committee with Mr. Forrest are Jax Navy Federal Credit Union P
LCDR W. Thomas Chase, Jr., Offices: Building 26 at Cecil .
Hervert W. McMillin, Alfred C. Field; Building 39 at NAS Jax; :
Seablom, Jr., and Michael and the Roosevelt Mall Shopping
Cascone. Center.
"It is the opinion of the present Members of the nominating SHARING THE HONORS-Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO,cuts the ceremonial cake as
Board of Directors", said Mr. committee also have copies of the the Jax Chaplains mark the 197th anniversary of the Navy's Chaplain Corps., Looking on are Capt.
Pinney in presenting the commit application form to give to in John Danielson,CHC,senior Chaplain here,and Lt. Bernie Blaisch,CHC,junior chaplain.
tee with their duties, "that the terested members. Deadline for
Board of Directors in particularand submitting applications Is
the Credit Committee shouldbe January 15.Nominees.
made up of a cross section of selected by the Take stockin
our membership.Therefore, it is nominating committee will have NOW OPEN
desirable that the nominationsfor their names placed on the official
vacancies to be filled 1 at the ballot. FLAK-HUT, Inc.

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CDR Jeremy D. Taylor, Executive Officer of Attack Squadron 141' shake from Captain John E. Marshall for his advancement to CPO last
Forty-Six, reenlisted Aviation Electrician Mate Second Class RobertF. a
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On 7 November 1972, ADR1 Enoch D. Barber was presented The Air
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ficer in Charge, VC2 Detachment.

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Jacksonville, Fla., celebrated his

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BHRB HHBaHBB BBHHHDM MMHMHHnHBHB a a 30 October 1972. Petty Officer
Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on Puehler was sworn in by CDR
your mind-about payments, rates, anyt ing. For quick, Jerry O. Turtle, Commanding
courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor Officer of Attack Squadron
talk shop unless you want us to.
Eighty-One, in a ceremony held
Dial FinanceWe aboard the USS FORRESTAL.

don't want you to like us: just for our money .
40 W. Monroe St: 356-0735: e -
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5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895 advanced
recently by CDR
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AN Lewis : Clay County Unit

HonoredBy ,
a Marks Rescue WeekJax

VP24Jax :, :

..f' j : The Northern Division of the Clay County
Airman Thomas F. Lewis Rescue Unit, composed primarily of active and retired
has been selected VP-24'a .. \!'
"Batman of the Quarter" for the (.t"t' :i\ .'... military members, is in the midst of Clay County

months of July, August and \ ,I" .' Rescue Week. (
September \ .1. J.. :' ':, The unit was formed about five years ago as the
The presentation of the award t'I',". ( "Orange Park Rescue Squad". In May of this year, the

Doherty was-made, squadron by Cdr. Edward county adopted the Clay County Rescue Plan'to bring all
Commanding
Officer. rescue units in Clay County under one organization for

As a newly assigned member of 1 ... ", .- better operation of all units.
the line division on the a ii All men in the unit are trained in the American
squadron's recent deployment to f .:M.i < : Red Cross Advanced First Aid course and spend many

demonstrated Iceland, AN Lewis consistently zeal .i .. 'L extra hours in training to keep them up-to-date on their
uncommon R
and motivation in pursuing the first aid skills
mastering of the duties of a P-3C FAREWELL PARTY-Mrs. Pat Kramer(Left),wife of Cdr. James The Rescue Unit meets at7:30: p.m. on the first Friday
lineman. Kramer,bids farewell to Mrs. Barbara Fillingane,wife of outgoing night of each month at the Orange Park Fire Station.
VP-56 skipper, Cdr. H. P. Fillingane at a farewell tea party hosted by
Mrs. Kramer. The wives of VP-56 presented Mrs. Fillingane with a
silver candy dish, silver charm and a decoupaged table to thank her
for her hard work for the squadron, guidance and friendship
throughout the past two years.'Hurricane.
ARRIVE ALIVE

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End 20th SeasonJax 1


Last Thursday marked the close of VW-4's
twentieth full hurricane season, and the first season EDWARD F. CONNELLOnNew73'sNew72's
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AN Lewis operating entirely with their new WP-3A Orion aircraft.

Since VW-4's predecessor, More than 1526 tropical storm 2
TransitionBriefing Navy Weather Squadron Two, flights have been flown for a total
was commissioned here during of more than 17,000 hours in and
the 1952 hurricane season, the around storms.The squadron has
Hurricane Hunters havemanaged' made some 1,100 actual storm
to build up ,an Impressive penetrations.To .
ScheduledJax record, flying in 111 celebrate this record and y
hurricanes. mark the transition to their
There will be a briefingby winter mission of winter storm
the NAS Jax Transition Site Although the 1972! season was a reconuaissance,the men of VW-4 and 1972 DEMOS!
for all Armed Forces personneland quiet one, with Agnes being the and their ladies held their Snow ,
( their dependents) eligiblefor year's only significant hurricane, Seekers' Stomp Friday at 72 CORVETTE CPE. IIIAUTI.psmOlU.. __..__6387
past seasons were not so mild. Hancock Hall.
retirement or transfer to the 73 CAPRICE CONV.uiAoto.tiooMtits.___;'-.......... 5387
Fleet Reserve within the next two
years tomorrow at 9 a.m. at Post Office Open Sat. 72 CHEVELLE'MALIBU CONOUOUCUTSAIA.-3387
Hangar 1000, Conference Room 72 PONTIAC GRAND SAFARI w..L$utr..,_. Ml 87

240. Jax The NAS Post Office '(Bldg. 920)) will extend its 11 PONTIAC GRANDVILLE LOAOOtDONICO---:32$7.

The Civilian Employment hours of operation on the Saturdays of December 9 and 71 CHEYENNE TON rLUhIOtAIAAUTO._._.$3687

Assistance Program is a co 16..The windows will be open to the public from 8:30 a.m. 72 CHEV. MONTE CARLO AlIIIUTDSJlICE.. > ............ '3787
operative effort between the to'12 noon or until the lobbys are cleared of customers. 72 VEGA HATCHBACK I'RUTIPS. __ 2087

Department of Defense and the 71 DODGE / TON VAN __.__3387
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Department of Labor which .
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provides career IT, litary .....:::...............,...t: :p: E.;'".i,.....'....................::l. 72 CHEY. IMPALA4D .,..TAMUT., .__.... ..__2987
members with appropri fe and N ? 72 CHEV. NOVA 4omiuTo.rmm_.._,,' ...2887

labor timely,market counseling conditions onvillan, { ..1 ........, .?; 6P. ST'& KING GULF I 72 CHEVELLE 4DA.rsAINAUTOP.r. .. .___ 3087

71 HONDA 350 CYCLE mcui; _-_......._._,--:487
Among those participating'' in .. DOLPHIN 71 BSA 650 CYCLE (w mm menu___,_.,.... $487,

the briefing will bet: 'Capt. ,. : ,FOREIGN Gui 71 MONTE CARLO IO DH______....'3087
William G. Sizemore*. NAS' Jax 15YRS EXPFRIENCCON -
CO; LCdr.. R.B.Cantwell*:'Transition FOREIGN CAMS CAR SERVICE 1912tHEYJMP.4*, .**.**.-.. 13587 1913 CHEY MALlBU..III..,'s_'3587

Site Officer; Edward FEATURING STA POWER PROS. 1972MALIBUiNt*,t._'3387 1911 VEGA}*.!**.TkiMd.__......,.,1187
Donahue, Veterans Adminis 20 % 1912 CNEYIMP.211..1' _*'34871970CHEY.IMP.ijricui2187 1970 OPEL MLLYKADETMcta _1287
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tratlon; William E. Gilbert, ) 1970 FORD MAVERICK"t'.hl_'1287
Small Business Administration; DISCOUNT ON LABOR TO MILITARY PERSONNEL 1911 CHEY.IMPc ,.Mn.. .,.....,'2287 1911 OPELJ.\rllljlllbt..steIoll\ _'1187
George Parker,. Florida State 1972CHEV.IMP.ur-tWt. t._'3587 1911 YW BUS M '2487
Employment Service, Veterans 1910 CHEV.CAPRICEu......_'2487 1969 B SKYLARKwi-r_'1787
Employment Representative; 1912 CHEV.IMPsr.oiwn.o.L_3487 1969 CHEV.IMP.2ur..te.Ps '1687
John Sa are', Florida Junior M1970CAMAROxpH.it.iteK
College; Frank Robles, Chamber S 1972 CHEV.IMPfin.wWt_'3487 _'2687
of. Commerce, and Halvor N 1912 CHEY:IMP*ius' -......_'3587 1911 CHEV.'GSWOOD Izt.twrl...'3487
Hansen, Second Career Planning 1972 CHEY.MALIBU u to:"",,tM'3187 1910 CHEV.KINGSWOOD hi,I..M '2687
Assistance Program 1912PONTIAC UMANSubiM...'3587 1969 FORD MUSTANG Aai/w .'1687
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/ and 10 DECEMBER 1911 PONTT.31rr.w..., .!.*..'2787 1912CHEY.CAPRICEsr.rrs. __'3987
Jax
s GreatestFURNITURE SELECT SCOTCH PINE 1971 BUICK RIVIERA uioi.. iwrt'4287. 1964 CHEV.2ur.IIII ,.SSIllC' ...... '787
1970 PONT.C.lO.4 seef."I**_'2087 1912 NOYAsrdsurer.wlMrm ._'2687
'5 to 7 ft. -. FROM W.95 1969 MERCURY CYCLONEIrwtwx'1687 191OKIHGSWOOD bU./t'" 2487
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$ O50 OCHEVELlE2 >//Vtf6l FSAtt Red Cedar; (live). from JLRed 1968tHEY IMP,Itwnrsri. .rrwl_'1387 .,..... ...'2687
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Cedar (cut) from $200 197110R0PINTO 4twwsw1111( ) ? 1970CAPRICCuiu. .iN......__'2687I ,.

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Care Center Hjps Children P ) )A ',< \" : l- ...


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Jax Cabinet-making furniture-making, ,ai"tingand interior decoratingin ';",;" ., \ -

the CARE Center? H .' :"-\,{(:"' ,

Why- not? .' ,

The staff of the Center has long portunity to put those talents to where they hope to accomodate a ".'
recognized the fact that their work. clientele of 50 retarded children
clients and counselors possess Aldersgate,on a slim budget, is between the ages of two and six.
many such talents in addition to making a determined effort to There are currently 500 such
those for which they earn their open for business in early children on the waiting list for

Navy pay.Several December. Supervised by this type of care.Sympathetic .
weeks ago, a request Director Maggie Richardson, the to the cause and
from the Aldersgate Day Care staff has leased an unequipped impressed by the determinationof

Center for Retarded Children building from a Methodist the Aldersgate staff, the NAS :. ,
\ ,
;
,presented an excellent op Church just off Union Street, Jax CARE Center has un- .
dertaken the task of assuring that ... -
the full quota of 50 children will I { 'H
if be accomodated by Christmas,

a n at all possible. TASTY -TREATGene Hayford (Right), sommelier for a local
Club Manager James Cochran
Officers'
shows
On Nov. 15, nine clients and distributing company
"Cooking With Wines" demon-
at a
r four staff members travelled to some new cooking techniques
4ra Aldersgate to assess the stratlon for the Officers Wives Club. Hostesses for the luncheon were

situation. Before the day ended, Mrs. Hallen Sizemore and Mrs. Martha Childers.

11 a "jungle gym" set had been
AnnouncedFor
build in the yard and plans had Schedule

been made for the entire project.

IC.A.R.E. 11a Since then, all seven rooms Navv Wives SchoolJax

have been repainted and orders -- .,
: have been placed for lumber to
begin the monumental task of Following is the p.m.; Survivors Benefits

I:: 4 completely outfitting Aldersgate schedule for the Jax Navy 8-8:45 p.m.; Pay and

with bookcases, shelves, Wives School which will be Allowances, 8:45: p.m to
....
children's furniture
cabinets toys and ,teaching aids. held in the Bldg. 1 Con- 9:15: p.m.

CARES-And they're showing it by helping furnish the Most of the carpentry will be ference Room Dec: 11-13:

Aldersgate Day Care Center for Retarded Children. The toy box done at the CARE Center under Monday, bee. 11: Wednesday, Dec. 13:

taking shape in the picture is one of the many prolects underway tohelp the instruction of the Center's Commanding Officer's Navy Exchange, 7-7:45:

Aldersgate meet its full quota of SO children by Christmas. resident "expert". However, in Welcome 7-7:15: p.m.; p.m.; Commissary Store

an attempt to speed up the Personal l 7:15 7:45 8:30
Property : p.m. : p.m.;
project, the CARE Center is
soliciting donations in the form of p.m. to 8:15: p.m.; Fire Special Services, 8:30 p.m.

anything that may help. Prevention 8:15: p.m. to to 9 p.m.; Critique and

Don't Forget The Center would particularly 9:15: p.m. Graduation 9-9:15: p.m.

appreciate any children's fur- Tuesday Dec. 12: For reservations, call
niture or toys, especially of the
7-8 712-2596.
Hospital-CHAMPUS
educational variety, such as ,

POW'sMIA'sWILSON kitchen appliances, clocks, .....' .' .. .
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counting devices, etc.
Toy boxes-or foot lockersarealso Traffic Violations I
needed, as is lumber. To
speed up the work, the CARE ,

Center is also looking for more Jax-The following] is a report of period last year 329
tools-either on loan or donated. motor vehicle accidents and Total number of days since last
If you have anything to donateto traffic violations for the period of injury in a motor vehicle accident
this most worthy cause, please Nov. 20-26. 26
contact the CARE Center at
772 Number of Accidents Number of days since an injury
Peitfiac 2900 or 772-3507. If can't it
you get
This period 6 last year at this time 156
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to the Center, the Center will
This period a year ago 12 Number of Violations
100% GUARANTEED USED CARS make every effort to pick it up. Total accidents this year 366 This period 74
In this pre-Christmas season, Total accidents
through this 17
71 BUICK SKYLARK 2dr. Speeding
72 PONTIAC LEMANS 2 dr. CARE with CARE.
H.T., Sundance Orange with H.T., Pallfsade Green with Reckless driving 1
White Interior, equipped with Green interior,equipped with Going through stop sign 14
air & power. Low mileage. factory air 8. power Open for your convenience 6 a.m.-10 p.m. Other Violations 42

I 1 Fifty-three drivers appeared
$2895 D PICK-UP & DELIVERY
$3295 before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
D ROAD SERVICED Nov. 30. Disposition of the
70 PONTIAC CATALINA
2 dr.H.T.,Regency Blue with MECHANIC ON DUTY cases included the following:
Blue Interior, equipped with Fourteen lost driving and
factory air & Factory D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARSBOB'S the
I 72 PONTIAC LUXURY power. 1 parking privileges<< aboard
LEMANS 2 dr. H.T., .warranty remaining ::::::::::::::::::::::::::i:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.:;:;::::::::::::::::::::::" station for various periods; Eight
Wilderness Green with Black *2495 OAK HILL were assigned to complete an
Vinyl Top, fully equipped .:. eight-hour course in remedial
including factory air & Rally ::.
II Wheels. priced Togo. driving; Twenty-seven received
70 FORD TORINO 4 dr U n Il 1'6 n U
sedan, Florentine Red with ) suspensions; Ten were given
3495 Black Vinyl top, equipped, warnings; Two were dismissed;
with air & power Extra. I: SERVICE CENTER Twenty-four. were fined (U.S.

clean. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: =: =: Magistrate); and Eleven were
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71 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX $1995 ,Phone 771-9156
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2 dr H.T., Bronzirt! Gold with possible disciplinary'
Sandalwood Vinyl top & Thirty-eight drivers were
Sandalwood> buckets, fully "CHEVROLET'IMPALA :::::::::.:::::::::::::::::::::===::;:::::::::::::::::::;::::::. assessed 107 traffic points.
equipped including power Custom Coupe 2 dr. H.T., -
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power. Burma Brown with
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'- Hospital
Monday,Dec. 11 Vegetables. J t u aj

Tomato Soup, Breaded Veal. Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad
Cutlets with Parmesan Cheese, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit j c tar 1 itGti Staff
Macaroni and Meat Sauce,Baked Cup, Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, r t1tlt) ti' ,
', Chicken with Dressing 7 oz. Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit re
Chopped Sirloin, Baked Fish. Cottage Cheese, Potato Salad,
Mashed Potatoes, French .Beet and Onion. Jax Personnel of all

Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Almond Cream Pie, Apple Pie, I commands ,are urged to
Buttered Corn, Spinach, Pinto''" Devils Food Cake. ,Assorted Pud cooperate in keeping' the
Beans. dings. r. elective medical workloadto
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Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Thursday Dec. 14 J : a minimum during the
Chef Salad ,Bowl, Fruit Minestrone Soup, Fried _
Cup, Fruit Jello, Plain, Jello-, Chicken, Baked( Fresh Corn Beef Christmas and New Year
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit with Cabbage, Spaghetti with holiday period in order

., Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad, Meat Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped. : that the Naval Hospitalmay
Stuffed Eggs. Sirloin, Fish. jJ .,,., allow leave to a

Chocolate Cream Pie,. Apple Mashed Potatoes, French VOICES FOR VETS-ADCS V.R. Gray (CLem) and Cdr. L.E. maximum number of its
Pie, Coconut Layer Cake, Fried Potatoes Rice and '
Gravy, Breeding, director of the Career Information Center, prepare one of staff.
Assorted Puddings. String Beans Beets Lima Beans.
,
their portable lectern for a presentation.
Tuesday,Dec.12 Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad The holiday period: includes -
' .Vegetable Soup, Pan Roast of Chef Salad Bowl,' Fruit the period from '
Beef with New Potatoes, Chili Cup, Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, Career Information Center Dec. 8 through Jan. 3.
with Rice,Liverwith Onions: ,7 oz. Plain Cottage ,Cheese, Fruit During the,same period,

Chopped Sirloin, Fish. Cottage Cheese, Tuna Salad, :Keeping Vets InformedJax outpatient facilities at the
Mashed Potatoes, French Carrot and Raisin.
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy,' Sweet Potato Pie, Apple Pie, Hospital will also be cur-

Squash, Turnip Greens; Strawberry Short Cake, Assorted In an effort to keep the active duty and retired tailed. All clinics will be

Blackeyes. Puddings. :military members and,:their families informed of the able to handle only 50
Salad Combination
Tossed Friday,Dec.1S percent or less of normal
Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Cream of Chicken Soup,Stuffed many benefits and programs available to them, the
Cup, Fruit Jello, Plain Jello,"1 Peppers' with'Creole Sauce,Trout'Almon NAVAIRLANT Career Information Center is using its appointments.
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit ne Country Steaks with ,staff of professional instructors to meet with various Coverage for emergencies -
Cottage Cheese, Health Salad Yellow 'Rice, 7' oz. Chopped veterns groups and wives clubs. will remain' un
Cucumber Mix... Sirloin, Surf Cakes. changed.UDTTesting.
Egg Custard Pie, Apple Pie. Mashed Potatoes, French Subjects available for presen- The Center here graduates approximately -
Boston Cream Pie, Assorted Fried:IPotatoes.,Rice and Gravy, tations include the new Survivors 1500 students per
Puddings. Peas,Stewed Tomatoes', Mustard Benefits Plan, Survivors year from the various courses.
Wednesday,Dec 13 Greens. Benefits,Social Security, USHBP offered.,
Pea Soup, Baked Meat Loaf' Tossed Salad Combination and VA Benefits The Career Information Center's -
; Jax'A UDT-SEAL
with Brown Gravy, Beef and. Salad, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Organizations desiring to primary mission is to Team will conduct Recruiting
Pork Chop Suey with Rice, Baked Cup, Fruit Jello, Plain Jello, schedule any of the above provide information on service an Informative -
presentation
Franks and Beans, 7 oz. Chopped. Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit mentioned 'presentations are enable benefits the in a manner that will and slides, a short consisting lectured offilm
to
Sirloin, Fish.Mashed Cottage Cheese, Deluxe Cole invited to write or call ADCS V, military person
a and
make question answer period
Potatoes French R. Chief at the a more intelligent decision
Slaw, Waldorf Salad. Gray, Leading ,
at
civilian today 9 a.m. at the Mainside
regarding a or military
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy Pineapple Cream Pie, ApplePie following address: Theatre.
Okra and Tomatoes, GreatNorthern Lemon Tarts Marble Cake career.
,
NAVAIRLANT Career In- In addition, the Center also All interested
Beans Mixed officer
Assorted Puddings. personnel, -
formation Center (COMFAIRJAX attempts to stimulate a comrade- and enlisted are invited to
Code 015)), Box 24, NAS ship among shipmates and to re- attend.A .
For A ?
Looking Job 'Jacksonville 32212. Phone: 772- emphasize the lost art of con- physical screening test in
I 3531, 3532, 3533. fiding in leading petty officers accordance with BUPERS
Try Federal Service ''The NAVAIRLANT Career and division officers when the Manual Article 1420160 will be
,, Information Center was estab- "straight word" is desired on any I conducted after the presentation
lished in September 1959 and, at ,aspect of the Naval Service. for prospective volunteers.A .
Jax The Federal Service questlonaire; ((3) The work present, is one of two such Information The Career Information Center".Is bathing suit, "T" shirt, long
Entrance Examination (FSEE) ,, preference questionaire; ((4) The Centers operating for under the direction of Cdr. L. ]pants and boots or boondockersare
is the primary avenue of entry identification sheet, as well as NAVAIRLANT forces. E. Breeding. i required for the test.BAPPLICA .
into the Federal Service for two sharpened No.,2 pencils.
people with potential for.
responsibility and leadership.The .
III
examination is used to fill TtONH
positions with starting salaries III
beginning at $7319 per year (GS- NOW ACCEPTING OF ;lti H ,
5)), and $9,053 per year (G5-7)t) DI :, "r
and $11,046 per year (GS-9) with 0
excellent opportunities for advancement ond CREDIT IIeJCOMMITTEE
based on individual
performance. '

Applicants wishing to take the
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Jacksonville area should reporton ( '
either the first Tuesday or (2'z7r4v
third Saturday of any month
except August; September and-
December at 8:30: a.m. to Room.
143-C, U.s. Post Ofice, 375 W,
Munroe Street, Jacksonville.The .

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS
'following COMPLETED

items must be presented to the : JAN. 15thSEE
examiner by each applicant whey
reporting for the examination:'* THE BRANCH MANAGER
((1) Two qualification briefs; (2)) AT ANY CREDITUNION OFFICE
'The education and experience.,

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People who attempt to repairor use, causing embarrassment to
0 ''ye.r A reline ill-fitting dentures or you, poor chewing of your food,
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Y 5 r flr attempt self-treatment by using sores in the mouth, and, under
lr e t some method of using home reline constant irritation by an ill-
or repair kits sold in many fitting denture, mouth cancer
4r stores are placing their generaloral can develop.
health in serious jeopardy.The Dentures are expected to
structures of the mouth, gradually become loose after pe
even after the teeth have been riods of use, but the correctionof
removed, are in a constant state this looseness by using home
of irregular change throughout reliner kits, denture adhesivesand
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life, and dentures that must fit denture pads can alter the
over these changing structuresto general balance and dimensionsof .
"I. ", function_ properly, need periodic the denture.
'">, check-ups and adjustmentsmuch Probably no immediate harm
:' l". >> as an automobile does. would be noticed, but over a
't,{ L period of years this dimensionaland
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.wr At these periodic examinations balance change can cause
the denture may need onlya excessive changes in the mouth,
minor adjustment, require such as rapid loss of the bony
\ denture. reline to fit the new. foundation for the dentures. If
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t! : L-: mouth contour or may even need this foundation is lost in early
to be restructured if the changehas years, the subsequent construc-
.been excessive. tion and wearing of new den
CHIEF N. L. GAGE, his two children and a visiting child and money tree. This money and what The useful life of a denture tures can be extremely difficult
ever other contributions made will be used for an underprMledged children's Christmas party slated will vary considerably with individual and costly.
to be held on Dec. 15. denture wearers, and Although it may seem a good
r only your dentist can give you deal of money can be saved by
determination as to what treatment using home treatment productsand
They Asked For is best for you. avoiding more costly dental
Help Poor fitting dentures will slip visits, this is really false econ-
and wiggle excessively when in omy and philosophy.


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f Jax LOOKING FOR A Chief N. L. Gage, NAS Jax children for the Christmas party. DRIVE THESE >AYH

WORTHWHILE PROJECT? Career Counselor, started the The party was originally plannedfor :.:),
HERE' IT IS! ball rolling by canvassing and 10 children. 67 PLYMOUTH FURY 70 OPEL RALLYE
Remember these be "Just how big this party will
words? They collecting approximately $120
Mr., Sedan, AC, V8, HT, ::: AC, <*Pd., Radio, (Orange
t made up.the headline for a storyin 11 p.m. Monday. end up, no one knows", Chief PS, Radio,WW, One Owner :f: & Black)
the' Deco Issue. Gage. said.
The story concerned a letter Soon after Chief Gage reportedto If you would like to donate $775 : $950
from Mrs. Marjorie Prestridge, work Tuesday, his telephonerang toward this cause, contact Chief :::
Casework Supervisor for and a voice on the other end Gage at Ext. 3161 or bring your
Children's Services in informed him that he was to go to donation to his office in Bldg. 200.
Jacksonville, requesting a certain place to pick up an The party is tentatively WE BUY AND SELL

donations for orphan children, envelope.This he did.Much to his scheduled for Dec. 15. Due to the EXCEPTIONAL '656667's!
most of them wards of the state. dismay, the envelope contained unexpected size of the party,the
Well, the NAS Jax Personnel about $700.Immediately. time and place will be announcedin
Services Department jumped on after seeing how next week's issue of the Jax Air
Santa's sleigh and here is what's much money he had, he called News' U43 CASSAT AVENUE PHONE 387-2839
happened so far... Child Welfare requesting 35-50
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USO Xmas DinnerJax OUR s ,


-The Salvation Army and Army.Mr. .
USO have joined forces to make Cliff Weller, as USO senior
Christmas a little brighter for volunteer, will be disk Jockey at PRICES

area Armed Services. personnelthis the downtown USO and AQ3 John .. .r
year. Steven will,spin at Jacksonville I
FIRST I .
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The traditional holiday dinnerof Beach. sound and continuous'iIom.ntnylon
Special light .Two-Lv.i",hi-lo loop,in a pebble d....
turkey with all the trimmings shows have been arranged for WITH US YOU GIT LANTASTIC SAVINGS ..12.. .solid color .
will be served at both the .., U'and r S'widths
both dances, including the Hut limited lime enl, .tod-twdmo construction;cUani up
downtown Jacksonville USO, 318 ,season's decorations. was .,., '
N.Ocean St. and the Jacksonville All Armed Forces personnelare F + -Popular two-l.lloo.d. tt.lure in an attractive
1 pebble design .
Beach USO, 601 N. 1st St. All the invited,as are their families. ree Y S An id.al Wend el durability and >.outin.
..f;, food is compliments of the The Salvation Army Board traditional carpet design.
Salvation Army. The Robert Members and the USO Councilsare
Meyer Hotel will prepare the also invited. Dress for the gg95
turkey and supply the ,dressingand occasion is casual.
gravy. EUREKA UPRIGHT d 89
i, Mr. Edward F. Bailey, VACUUM CLEANER ? k 6 SO, YD s'S'
The dinner will start at 5 p.m. Executive Director for USO in lattalbl :it
and a dance will follow. Santa Northeast Florida, announcedthat With of a ever Rubber Padding ..,,
will be on hand to distribute' gifts, these clubs will be open all 50 purchase yds. of CARPET, lllpej'' r Reg$'.00 Sq. yd. .
compliments of the Salvation night New Year's Eve. sq. ,
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\ :. enter into a proud 27th of antisubmarine I
"...,.' new Commanding Officer Dec. 12 as they year

.. ..... service.The .
,"r"...c;): ; oldest P-3C squadron here, In 1950, the Squadron was utilized a larger 13-man crew and
VP-56 became the first opera- redesignated VP-661 and was had a range of 3200 miles, far
tional squadron in the Navy to fly called to active duty in Norfolk, superior to the PBM.
r the newest and most advanced Va. as part of the Atlantic Fleet. More significant to the
PBM ASW platform in the world-the At that time, VP-661 was flyingthe squadron's mission, however, it
P-3C-in September of 1969. PBM aircraft. was the first aircraft that offeredan
Patrol Squadron Fifty-Six The PBM "MARINER" seateda underwater listening systemin
began 26 years ago as Patrol crew of 11 and was the first addition to the former detection
Squadron Nine-Hundred, part of seaplane used by VP-56. It could devices.
\w the Naval Reserve Program. cruise at 155 MPH and had a The Modern Era
When commissioned, it was somewhat limited 'range of 1300 Beginning in January 1961, the
flying the P-2V aircraft. Manu miles. Initial acquisition of a squadron began to switch from
factured by Lockheed, the P-2V target was again radar or visual the P-SM "NEPTUNE" land-
"HARPOON"was a 5-place ship sighting of a surfaced or plane.The Neptune was the first
with a 75-foot wingspan and could snorkling submarine.However,it of the modern ASW land-based
hit a speed of 300 miles per hour.It has some rudimentary forms of aircraft. -
had a range greater than 2000 present day equipment to main- It included basic models of all
miles and relied mainly on visual tain the,contact. the mission-related equipmentthat
sighting and radar contacts of VP-661 continued to fly the is present in the most recent
surfaced or snorkling submarines PBM until 1953, when the P-3C (with the exception of a
PSM : squadron became VP-56. That central computer and Is associ
year, P-SM seaplanes were ated avionics).
delivered to the squadron and The P-2 (P2V-7) was a long
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The P-5M "MARLIN" was the good feel for what was needed,
BY POPULAR DEMAND IN THE M last seaplane used by PATRON and finally obtained with the P-3
56. It cruised at approximatelythe "ORION".
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I' .Cdr. Kramer Dec.12 I



(Con't. from Pg. 12) ship of Cdr. H. P. Fillingane. formation frees the aircrew from most effective weapon In areas to protect against enemy-
While flying the P2V-7 Most recently, the squadron most of its record-keeping duties, America's airborne counter to launched missies and providesthe
"NEPTUNE", the squadron enjoyed a short deployment in the resulting in superior crew effectiveness the t threat of aggressor sub- nation with an excellent
received the Battle Efficiency Portuguese Azores. and system ac- marine forces. The "Charlie" platform for missions unrelatedto
Pennant (for patrol squadron) The "Mission"Throughout curacy. serves to detect, track and ASW such as reconnaissance,
twice and the Captain Arnold J. its destroy enemy submarines air-sea assistance and rescue
long ofantisubmarine
Isbell Trophy for excellence in air operations history, the The';Charlie" singly, or in conjunction with operations and environmentaldata
anti-submarine warfare.It Navy has relied on the products The P-3C provides VP-56 with other air, surface or subsurface collection.All .
deployed to Cuba with the of American technology and a extra margins of long range, forces.In in all, it is an auspicious
establishment of the Cuban Quar- gleaning of the most innovative endurance, crew comfort and addition, it escorts convoys portent of the Dragons' second
antine and, in the year that equipment from foreign safety.,It is the most recent and and fleet units, patrols coastal quarter century. .
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followed, participated in many research. VP-56 today operates ';'' .'" ,u.-. ''W'JIV","1' .
.. joint NATO, Canadian and U.S. the current state-of-the-art 'I'I : .4t..'""i
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exercises,including deploymentsto system for ocean research and ,
Puerto Rico, Iceland and Rota, surveillance .- the P-3C ,
Spain.In "ORION",
1967, the squadron moved The Navy's first system for
;. homeport from Norfolk, Va. to finding submarine and agressor
Patuxent River, Md.,' and also forces was not a technological 11IIIfi
i began transition from the P-2 to breakthrough; it was the human
,: the P-3B. eye and its associated"automaticdataprocessor"the
The squadron began preparations -
and crew training for the brain.
fleet introduction of the P-3C in The P-3C concept is not
the early summer of 1969.Transition unrelated; it has a multitude of"eyes" 4rGOr4 '
training was completed in in the form of many
October 1969 and VP-56 becamethe electronic sensors and has a
first operational P-3C "brain" in the onboard computerthat

squadron. gathers, correlates, displaysand
Comet to lax stores everything that,occurs t : \
In July 1971, following the electronically in the aircraft.
squadron's first deployment to The onboard computer is THE SIGN OF COMMAND-Cdr. H. P. Fillingane, present VP-56 skipper,passes on the symbol of
Iceland, the Dragons changed perhaps the most significant command, to Cdr.James B. Kramer,who will become the"Dragons"skipper next week.
homeport from Pax River to NAS aspect of the new system which
Jax. While ,deployed to Iceland, VP-56 pioneeredmpatrolavlation.}
the squadron had earned the It is an aid, if not a necessity for
Navy's Meritorious Unit Com- the often over-taxed crew. f
mendation. The major advantage is that
From 1971 to May of this year, the aircrew now has more time to
the Dragons made their second evaluate the incoming in-
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I : New Retirement .Proposal Tied To Active Duty Pay.. I IIf' IBy


And most important, the
.f, Lt.Col. Leo E. Benade the elements of the retirement proposed .retirement system. retirement system. enacted Survivor
'recently
Deputy Asst. Sec. of DefenseMilitary system could logically be expected There is a gradual transition' to Further, eligibility for 20 year Benefit Plan provides increased
'I, ( Personnel Policy) There is also a substantial full implementation of the plan retirement with an immediate survivor protection at low cost.
:, In view of the trends in military interrelationship bet- spanning more than 20 years. annuity is retained in the new The Survivor Benefit Plan

t' compensation and proposals to ween the compensation system, Members with 20 or more yearsof plan; offers increased survivor
change military compensation, it of which retirement is an im- service at the time of Im- The plan contains some new protection at no cost to memberson
is clear that substantial increasesin portant element, and the per- plementation of the new systemare and needed improvements in the active duty with 20 or more
military pay have or will sonnel management system. The minimally affected. areas of equity and readjustment of service, and the low cost
shortly occur.Competitive. elements of the compensation In fact, members on active payments. An equity payment is years increases the valueof
J active duty pay system can significantly effect duty with less than 20 years are provided for the first time to all significantly retired for those members
levels have been reached for each the ability of the personnel only partially affected. This members, officer and enlisted, retire.I pay.
who do
military pay grade. Through manager to attract and retain the transition provision is based on who voluntarily leave active duty much aware that the
study and conscious design of the kind and numbers of personnel the amount of time an individual after ten, but before 20, years of am very to change the non-

military compensation system, a required in an all-volunteer spends under today's relatively service. proposals retirement system are .
greater proportion of resources environment. competitive pay scales. The new plan also provides an disability But I believe the
has been allocated into active Improving Efficiency The more time a member has equity payment and read- ,complex. stems from the
I'I i duty pay. Changes to the compensation spent under the competitiveactive justment pay for the first time to complexity and
transition savepayprovisions
The military nondisability system or a reallocation of duty pay scales, the more all enlisted members and some and from the sub-
retirement system is an im resources within the com- the effect of the new plan. Only officers who voluntarily leave
madeto
portant interdependent elementin pensation system can improvethe new entrants onto active duty are active duty after five, but before stantial effort maximum that has benefit been to all

the overall compensation efficiency of the personnel fully under the new plan, 20, years of service. insure those in the
system. Changes to the management system. Included in the proposal is a Servicemen, both
Increased Multipliers
in
force and those to come
now
retirement system may require The Department of Defense save-pay provision that
changes In other elements of the proposals to change the non- guarantees equity to members Thousands of Service memberswill the future. ,
compensation system. disability retirement system presently on active duty. Today's benefit from the provision of
\ Conversely, and perhaps more support our personnel levels of retirement pay increased multipliers. The' Cor"\SUrnEtr"' '
importantly, changes in other management goals and are represent the floor. No one in the multiplier increases by three
elements of the compensation required as a result of the sub future will receive less. Most percent for each year after 24
system may quite possible stantial reallocation of resources individuals presently on active rather than the present two and a
require changes in the retirement within the compensation systemto duty who will retire at a future half percent. Some 23,000 enlisted DEFENSEWinterizing
system. provide Servicemen with a date will, in fact, receive members and about 14,000 officers -

With the transfer of resources greater level of pay now. significantly more in retired pay. presently on active duty ..
into increased active duty Let me cite what I believe are Next, the plan avoids the stand to benefit from this the family car is

compensation, some changes in the primary advantages of the burden of a contributory provision a necessity in many parts of the

U.S. To help the owner prepare
I f his automobile for winter, the

I :' General Services Administrationhas
issued a new booklet, Anti-

freeze/Coolant. .
,. This booklet is number seven

in a series of publications Issued -
by 'GSA in response to
LEST WE FORGET COMMITTEE
President Nixon's directive to
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4645 Amherst/Jacksonville, Florida 32205/Phone 384-7320 de/ived agencies information to share government with con-

sumers. It is available for 20
cents from Consumer Product

\ Information, Washington, D.C.
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a- The booklet tells how to check
\. the antifreeze solution and whento
-, t change 'it.' Although varia-

: : tions in driving habits, main-
; : : YEARS A P 0 W ; ,\ ;.. tenance practices and climate

i j&i: ;, make it difficult to estimate the
f" .J effective life of antifreeze, cars
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i ,*'K*,*,< .,,' '* .''' !; '. ,. 't". year will usually require a

:' THOMAS Gp ..: {: change of antifreeze at least
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JJ_ ': ,' .10,000 miles or less a year, the

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; '\". ,\ freeze.
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functions. In the it
'" "YOU WOULD HAVE TO GO THROUGH HELL. winter, pro
: &.:: .. : tects ,the water in the cooling

I, ,-', '' ',' .1 to have 'your name on' a bracelet like this! 1 half system and against half solution freezing.will pro-A

(" '- : tect to 34 degrees below zero.
1. ;><" : : ;.. In the the solution
[ :,, : :;: summer,
helps prevent overheating by
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prrrrrrrrrrirrrrrrrrr. raising the boiling point of the
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I I 265 degrees. Rust and corrosion -
THE POW-MIA BRACELET NAME inhibitors in the anti

I freeze prevent clogging in the-
ADDRESS cooling system.!
I OVER 1700 AMERICANS are either Prisoners Of War or Missing InAction I When changing antifreeze, -
in Southeast Asia. crrv.,_-_ .i:STATE_
1e I '. i the cooling system should be
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Aside from the inhumane treatment witnessed by those few who have ZIP PHONE,. The booklet includes instructionsfor { .
returned, the most tragic aspect is that most of the families of.tiese., men. ; .
I do not know If their sons, husbands, or fathers are alive or dead. Hanoi'l I Please send. __ _nlckel. -platedor. this procedure. ..
won't tell them. I'
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This bracelet honors the man whose name Inscribed and includes the I"
I c jte he was lost. It should be worn with the vow that it will not be J\f
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.. : removed until the day the Red Cross Is allowed into Hanoi and can assure cover otr costf ,a J .
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shipped over for four years at the attached to Officers Records, A man who drinks too much, can be done to help him and to help,

Weapons Department. Tirrell took the oath for three more too often, risks his job, his. us. Stricter drunk driving laws, .\ ..
works in the magazine }
area. years, giving her a total of six. marriage, and his health. But if he stricter law enforcement, scientificbreath .:," ,l\I':\ .

f'1h also drives, he risks his life. And a tests and court supervised '.:,' :

lot of other lives t treatment among them. There's a '

j Last year, the problem drinker huge national highway safety ,

I. r managed to kill 19,000 American pmjcct just beginning that needs

4,1 people in car accidents. Men. you to understand and to help. t' .

'1" Women. Children. Babies. And 1 Help, w, "
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mention the countless hundreds of I nIUJNIo1)ltlVI'H: .,' ..'I'
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thousands more who were injured, I WASIIINGI'OND.C.20013. .;.... 'I'1

sometimes permanently. : I want to hclp. Pteaselcll me how. : Jr:
The problem drinker is the .. :t' ,
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problem. And we have to get him j I My nam{is ,. ",.'.. ,t"I I I 'f_
off the road because he can't get I Add, s'"t" :.- x': A :

himself off. I City .' _. Stale .Zip. I
There are many things that t L.4 _':'_.,.._- _-__: ___--_- ___ __J

ABHC LARRY COBB headedfor AOC JAMES T. SPEAKE
the 20-year mark when he shipped over for two years at
took the oath for two more yearsat NATTC, where he is an AO"B"
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I CHAMPUS Expands iV u1rCore, h" I :I ISS I I



DENVER (AFPS) The censed practical nurses may be 1'used in the home when regis- :
range of nursing services avail- program benefits. tered nurses, licensed and unlicensed -
able under' CHAMPtJS-the Civilian These same Individuals may practical nurses are not
Health and Medical Pro- also render physicianorderedcare available.
gram of the Uniformed( Serviceshas in the home, provided the CHAMPUS officials also note
been clarified and ex care is not predominantly cus- that nursing services are pay-
panded. todial or domiciliary in nature. able as outpatient benefits even
When a physician certifies Custodial and domiciliary care when provided In non-approved e(
their services as medically necessary is not an authorized benefit. Inpatient facilities. (Payment
and adequate for the When "sitters" or unlicensed cannot be made by CHAMPUS ,
proper care and treatment of a practical nurses are used, the for care provided in civilian facilities I *
hospitalized patient, payment to physician must state that the found by the Departmentof
"sitters" as well as registered care provided Is medically ade- Defense to practice discrim-
nurses and licensed and unli quate. "Sitters" can only be ination.) .
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ADDING A STRIPE GySgt George E. Hopwood, III receives the
ENGRAVING TOOL warrant and chevrons promoting him to his present.rank from Lt.Col.
q Carl F. Bergstrom,MARTD CO.Gunney Hopwood serves In MARTD'S
Maintenance Section. '
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TO ENGRAVE' YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE NUMBER ON
VALUABLE ARTICLES IN YOUR HOME IS AVAILABLE AT
THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:

FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK at LAKE SHORE 4617 San Juan An. if Practicing

FIVE POINTS GUARANTY BANK, 800 May Si .,/acs' ,
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MURRAY HILL BARNETT BANK, 840 Edgewood Ave. ?

x NORMANDY ATLANTIC BANK, 6545 Normandy Blvd M '" :',.

WESTSIDE ATLANTIC BANK. 4328 Blanding Blvd. : :" Law ,

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"Operation Identification" Is an excellent plan for burglar-proof your homel! With an easy-to-
use engraving tool, you can permanently Identify your valuables by engraving them with you Enforcement
+ Florida Driver's License Number.

4 f Fill out the card you will receive and return It to the Office of the Sheriff where it will be kept on By William E. LennoxIf
file for Identification purposes.
you work for the ,military, preventative maintenance
Affix decals (which the Sheriff's office will send you) to your front and back doors to warn a is as'familiar as your job description. Whether you be
would-be burglar: that your house.Is protected by Operation Identification. He probably will,not stenographer, equipment specialist, security guard, scien-
::enter..and you will have STOPPED A THIEFI tist or plumber, you have some preventative maintenanceto
perform. Failure tor do so could. mean the difference
OFFERED AS A PUBIIC ';.FKVICE BY THE between equipment breakdown and a sustained Superior
Performance Award. But there is
SOUTHWEST one preventative main
COUNCIL. JACKSONVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
tenance aspect we may have failed to consider ', Pre-
ventative Law Enforcement.

We all have a stake in crime prevention. As tax payers,
crime costs us money and we must be interested enoughto
invest in salvaging people, especially preventing young
people from becoming first offenders. If we believe in
justice and rehabilitation we will, naturally, assist in the
get the j job J done prevention of crime, instead of leaving It up to our Security
Police Force, the FBI or local authorities. We, you
.. and I, can prevent crime before it's committed. For instance
anyone who steals government property is stealing
from us stealing from everyone and we're the
Victims just as we would be the victim of a pickpocket or
JUST CALL... a lowdowner who steals money from our desks or gas
from our cars ., or maybe even the car itself. Our
law enforcement authorities all the way up the line may'do
: all in their power to prevent crime, but that power is
:: 388-2755 diluted without our help. Too many of us "don't want to
get involved," AYl4 l just want to be good citizens by stand-
1 ing on the sideline while the criminal does his or her
.. thing. Nobody wants you to be an informer, but it's only
'.. good scnsa tc holier when you're hurt ". and the crook
YOUR DOLLAR GETS MORE is hitting you where It hurts, in the pocketbook and
MILEAGE THRU THE by stealing our pride as individuals! If the thief knows
I that you're watching, the chances are that he'll be re
JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER luctant to put the pinch on pads, pens or pocketbooks .'.
WANTADSI! and if you do see .him in the act, you're only protecting
H yourself and your tax dollar by blowing the whistle on the
$ person who is taking your daily bread. And you're not
,; being an in'orme! i..' when you ask the local fuzz to assist
you in bringing a criminal (and that's what he Is) to jus
---I ----- FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS FORM
BELOWi_ _____ tice you're taking care' of yourself and all of the
other honest people who are being victimized by'a predator;

r JAX AIR, NEWS/LA rwlNGER I II well Here as are your a home.few tips that will apply to your worksite as

j CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT I 1. Don't leave valuables in an unlocked desk ". and
I 4747 SAN JUAN AVENUE, JACKSONVillE FLORIDA, 32210 don't even leave them in a locked desk unless absolutely
I necessary '
I NAME PHONE 2. Don't leave valuable packages or other articles in your
car, visible from' the outside lock them in your trunk.
1I ADDRESS, I ;3.! Don't flash, what appears to be, a large sum of money
'. in the presence of strangers, (friends either:, they might
: Please run the following ad .Times. ... I want to ,make a touch!). .
4. Don't leave doors unlocked when you leave your home

", I' '. .:, .. unoccupied. .
"? r .," ,' "' 5. And for goodness sake, don't leave your house key in
I '. ". '. ': .,>: I the mail box or under the "'welcome" mat some no-
., goodnik might feel welcome 1 '
I I
It G. Don't go away and, leave your mail or newspaper delivery -
I IRATE to accumulate for the world to see.
'
1 i' ". : minimum charge (3 lines) $2.00 'additional line ((5 words per line) 50 cents I 7. Don't close: nil the curtains and don't leave the lights
Enclosed is burning day and night get a neighbor''' to turn lightson
I' '. II" at dusk and notify the local police when you are
',' ""x ,;.COPY MUST BE RECEIVED BEFORE TUESDAY BEFORE, PUBLICATION I taking a trip (should we have said journey 1)).

1 resell ails-- a.sssit---MmB-l MMM w-flIH MM|HHI BHI HBI HH IHH UBl ---MMi MMB oar H. --

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ADVERTISING
Publisher .i Schedule


,JAX AIR NEWS i .
NAS Jacksonville CALL: 388-2755

Ad should be mailed to arrive not 'later than .. ...
= Tuesday for - - - - -
LATWINOER publication the following Thursday.
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE == published Ads arriving the too ;'late 'for this' Deadline will be Thursday. Dec. 7 Sunday Dec. 10
following week unless ,
the
publisher Is instructed otll rwlf. A check or NAS: "MCLINTOCK" NAS: "PANCHO VILLA"

I I I mon y ord r for ttl ''ull cot the ad must be Western, Starring John Wayne Action Drama, Starring Telly

4747 San Juan. Avenue = received. WITH the copy for me ad. and Maureen O'Hara. "PG" ((127 Savalas and Clint Walker. ,"PG"

= RATE min.) (92 min.) '
Jacksonville, Florida I minimum I I charge((3lints( ) u.to
Per additional line(4 words per line) .50 HOSPITAL: "SKYJACKED" HOSPITAL: "THE STATUE"

Suspense Drama, Starring Monday, Dec. 11

______ nn nnn __ _- ____n_ _n Charleton Heston and Yvette NAS: "FAR FROM THE
I ,, ..! ; ; ; Mimleux. "PG" ((101 min.) MADDING CROWD" Romantic

OPEN HOUSEA FOR SALE 2 MOBILE HOMES Friday, Dec.8 Drama, Starring Julie Christie

EMPLOYMENT ... unique. way to shop-Conv. to base. No Live In one, rent other. App. $700. mo. NAS: "SLAUGHTER" Action and Alan Bates "G" ((142 min.)
crowds No
rush Everything from key Dead Lake. 786.0712, 771-4040
Drama
chains to Barbie Clothes. Something Starring Jim Brown and HOSPITAL: "PANCHO

SALESMAN WANTED for everyone. These gift Ideas won't OKOLONA Stella Stevens. "R" (92 min.) VILLA'

Xpply at Florida Jewelers, '18 W last long. 4642 Timuquana Rd., 384- MOBILE HOME PARK HOSPITAL: "MCLINTOCK"Saturday Tuesday.Dec. 12'
earn'
2885. You can FREE RENTI) New
St., 353.0625.
Forsyth NAS: "LEGACY OF BLOOD"Horror
Mobile Home Park',with underground

utilities, VA ,approved. Located on Dec.9 Starring Merry Anders
f "'::' 'A.N.f: DATING BY COMPUTERFor
t MISCELLANEOUS "''tt Fun, friendship, or marriage. For Blanding Blvd. (SR21)) Near NAS Jax NAS: "THE STATUE0 and John Caradine. "PG" (88

d&AtMWX*-W*..-Xw&4A M>*4VX MCvWfrX X4wc3AIRE unmarried adults only. Send name, & Cecil. School bus stops at corner. Comedy Starring David Niven min.)
Rent, $44. & $49, Call Okolona Mobile
address & age In confidence to C.S.I. Home and Virna Lisi. "R" (98 min.) HOSPITAL: "FAR FROM
Park, 26"950" or 264 9591,
LITE INDUSTRIES OF JAX P. O. Box 6264 Jacksonville, Fla. 32205.
In HOSPITAL: "SLAUGHTER" THE MADDING CROWD" .
window
Fabrication rescreenIng ., ......,,, y ","- .." .
screens, screen doors, patio & pool XMAS TREES "
enclosures, aluminum roofs & car. Cut or alive SOc per foot Mr. R. G. 't;,!.::,f.TRANSPORTATION:,:< '. .. < $ ._: * *, j * * * * *

ports, free estimates. Owned & Graves, 10033 Kings Rd. Jax 32219 Call '.,.._ V : '
SEXY
operated by: Norman T. Abrams, 765.5385, Dinsmore. THE
CREDIT UNION REPO'S
USN retired, Paul Tinney, 2568 Edison. '
1972 Peachtree. Mobile Home, 12465,
Ave., 3841242. Leaving NEEDDRIVINGHELP for Pa. 122272. Need help 2BR, CH&A, Kitchen furnished, exec. : ri SIXPACK *

A recorded message by cond., $"' 951972 Skamper Travel "
,
Call
driving. 387.3566 before 5PM Jacksonville's Most Beautiful
SCOTT EDWARDS Trailer, 16 ft., self contained, Includes Jt
weekdays. ,
Tells you how to be a Reese hitch, $2995; 1972 Dutchcraft ii TOPLESS DANCERSI! It

DISC JOCKEYcall JAPANESE AKITAS Travel Trailer, 24 ft.,.self contained, .
TOPLESS BARTENDER
355-2944 any hour. Approved for Beautiful, Intelligent, very spirited. 10,000 BUT AC, $4295; 1972 Impala V- :

veterans. Columbia. School of Affectionate companion and excep 8, PSPBAC, AMFM, vinyl top, It ? BAR OPENS AT NOON .
Broadcasting.: San Francisco. Not tional guardian.. National Dog of $3675; 1970 T-Bird, full power, vinyl

affiliate with CBS, Inc. Course by Japan. Rare in US. Sire and Dam on top, AM-FM, exec cond, $2695. : TOPLESSGO
home study. premises. Ready for Xmas. $150. & 384.1391
$185. 282-4416.
MUST SACRIFICE BEFORE DEC. 31 DANCERS
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO
'67 VW, Exc. running cond. Good body CiM.su.us.h.w.IPM-2AM NOON TIL2PMIDECEMBER
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape Ii;:REAL I ESTATENORMANDY : :; /} and Int., Sun roof; R1H, Best offer SPEAKEASY ROOM
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate : :; over $600. 7717784.
stock. Full warrantyl! Phone 771-0409.
BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY Out of SIGHT LOUNGE *

LIVE CRABS ACRES Used VW's, compacts, other foreign
Wilford's Fish Camp 4 Miles west of Cecil Field. Road makes. Astro Motors 6566 NormandyBlvd.
2649707 frontage, 2 to 20 Acre tracts. Land Is 7814978. I* * 1080 CASSAT AVE. 388-9016* *

the best investment for the future.
1968 OLDS
TYLER'S- HEATING A AIR COND. Other tracts available over southwest 442 R-H, A-C, New tires, recently w '4

Central & Wall Furnaces, space Jacksonville overhauled Stick Shift, speed trans.
heaters, cleaned & repaired. Wynne Realty of Florida $1750., 2644818.
Lakeshore'.4711 Palmer, 3885161. 389-5514 389.8507 .
REPO' BY MAYPORT UN.
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER 3BR,2B PRETTY 1971 Starcraft pop-up trailer, sleeps 8, Big Chief Say:
Responsible party take up pmts. of$5._ Fenced yard,fruit trees. very nice In exec. shape. 1972 Yamaha trail bike
$16,000.VANSANDT.Realtor
a month. Call dealer. 772.8936. 360CC. Sealed bids will be excepted til
387-1213 1300 15th Dec. 72. Items may be In-
.ORIENTAL COINS spected at Bldg. 24 USNS Mayport Cr. I WE GOT-UM
771-6496 write Asiatic Coins, P. O.
or 3 BR BRICK HOME Un.,phone 2465355. Board reserves the
Box 30353, Jax. 32230. CH&A, carpet, double garage, fenced right to reject any and all bids.
yard, in Orange Park. 1539 Bay Cir
RIVERSIDE DAY CARE CENTER E., 2".3239. VV< BIGGEST 1
Nursery thru Kindergarten. week-

days. 3887689. QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY '
Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. ft MAG and CHROME
EXPENSE PAID TRIP
Edward O.Lyon, Broker 319-0341
To and from Greensboro, N.C.: for

reliable person (military preferred)., F-F.
Pick up 1971 Plymouth Sattelite and WE BUY& SELL EQUITIESCall I WHEEL DEAL
service
drive back to Jacksonville. For us for Quick
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc.
details, call 7720288.
4543 Wesconnttt Blvd. ft FOR YOU! N

COUCH t CHAIR 771-3052 717.3864.

Couch has 6 cushions and 2 In the
chair. Good for Den furniture. Good MIDDLE BURG AREA J8 CHROME ti.
Mobile Home tracts In Sunny-
1 acre
condition. Will sell for $75. or best
side Farms. Call 2642086. A REVERSED fe fe '
offer. Call 387.3566 Mon..Wed. or 772- ,. :
9165 after 6 p.m.
'--'-- &t
-weK?eor }i
IJ"4"J"il
RENT ALSi1".roo
EKO 12 STRING FLATTOP GUITAR : ..::....\:> __."'".;.."'"-.
Beautiful finish with tone to match. AVJkllAIII AT C A95 .1

Exc. XMAS present for someone who's MOBILE HOME LOTS 5 S noroiiioNAii fl | .:.;,
been wanting a guitar. Contact Ray Southeast Jax., 25 minutes downtown, LOW PRICES Ww

Ryland, Work 772.2516 or 771-7784. 20 minutes Jax Naval Base, 268.9591 or WHILE TOURING the Na-

2647391. lion's Capital, SP5 Curtis A. S

FIBERGLASS BOAT' Mauldin quickly discovered that
ORANGE PARK ,
Jon Fisherman, Elgin 2.HP air cooled 2 BR Apts. Furn. or unfurn:,. Dishwasher not all the beautiful eights were HJKXl ET-R SPECIAL
motor, little' trailer, $275., 384-
champ
1778. Drapes, Carpets. Elizabeth made of marble_ or granite.

Apts. 771-1405 or' 7713355. Some, like lovely Ann Kijowski, ;;. 14"x6'/4"4
;
!ITEM SALE were quite alive and certainly" WHEECS 9995gip

T,V. Antenna & rotary, Zenith Color BEING TRANSFERRED worth capturing on film

T.V.,Console Stereo,Sewing Machine, Lei a retired Navy man who 'under* i4sl4
Riding Lawn 'Mower, shot gun, 18 ft. stands YOUR problems, manage the <

Camper, and trailer hitch 2645248. rental of your house until you. return to '
LOOKINGFORA \
Jax. S :
'AIR CONDITIONER Bartteson,O'Nell& Payne, Inc. .. t :
15.000 Air Conditioner' wOOd Ave. -*
BTU Signature 1147 So. Edg '. ?
used only 3 mos.,. superb condition, 388.9311 ET-IV

$150., 264.6258. "
NEW 13" 5h"
GIVE US A CALL FOR
GERMAN SHEPHERD Quick Rental of your Property PiRSETWIDTHS : '
2 yean old, black & tan, needs good Edward O. Lyon, Broker 389.0361 CAREER? TO 10" :.
home with lots of room & attention,
price negotiable 264.62S8. I PER 95
If you qualify 129 1 &rI
WILMAR APARTMENTSAir and are willing to work, SET ** ss;*
CHETATKINS MODEL Conditioned, 2 bedroom, Living It Is possibleto e

Gretsch Elec. guitar with Blgsley ,room, Kltche, Brfst, nook, parking earn In excess of
Tremelo bar. A fine precision In. space for 2 cars, water, sewage, "$20,000 per year'
strument, not a toy. Make me a good garbage, lawn .service. Furnished- within 3-5 years. : -
"
offer Contact Roy Ryland 771.7784.work $120., Unfurnished.$100., plus 4 per- .

'7722516. cent sales tax. 387-2541 weekends, 389. Management training program,

SCOTTIES 0744._ J starting salary negotiable.. "Call TIRE COMPANY
AKC Lieutenant Alton Vaughn, U.S.
Black, $90. each, available Dec. 8.S772- \\ "'w.tt .nil' .
8-2
DAILY 8-6 SATURDAY
= NavyRetlred.Sales'( Manager QfN ,
0708. ILErHOMES with Metropolitan Life Insurance / ?I09 MlY OflT HO
-' lb j)> --- 5444 HtyjtQ1 ICVD. 786-072 t 24k 48.:
CASH FOR COINS Company at telephone number ta54fiWlCILVO! 771-344? !44

Immediate cash for Chinese Japaneseor JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 356-2621 If interested.

Russian coins. Paying 12 percentover 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS. Clean,Moderntrailers
1. Ak a4 A..r
face for US silver coins. Call and .Apts. 389.3007.
Todayl BERKSHIRE, 786-5999.



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DECEMBER 7, 19'J'
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18 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER
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1 1I I I I
I NI
I 1 1I Attention
I ,
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'J'I ; {' .. }!L.Va. /1 \
y.5 }1M!! !'!:.9Wh.9V,1'V,0; !a1/l4.V! _
I "
t I F F IT'S AWOMAN'S l htg Wives'Jax

\ WORLD
l
r Navy and Marine Corps
adies, would you like to know
1 nore ,about military pay and

a; JO WC Xmas Bazaar Program illowances sponsored? The Health by Benefits Uncle

I Sam? Your survivors' benefits?
t. : 64I i 1I Educational Loans for your

Opens Doors Today. I dependents?
Here is your big chance to learnn
e" J three short weeks information
Jax The JOWC Christmas members of JOWC with Mrs. Gail which would otherwise take
Bazaar starts today at the NAS Boylan in charge of the Christ rears to accumulate
Jax Officers Club.A mas Bazaar posters. Sign up for the Navy Relief
buffet lunch will start at 11:30: Some of the items at the Bazaarare bourse and find out the "whys"
stuffed animals, flowers, WAITING FOR AN OWNER Mrs. Susan Utermohlen shows the md "wherefores" of some of
,Cunningham candy, baked goods, used books, work of Mrs. Millicent Search,who made the Three Wisemen shown I hose mysterious Navy and
: of RESFORJAX as the cochairmen Elephant Sale items and the for the JOWC Christmas Bazaar. Tickets will be available at. the Marine Corps "Regs" your
f, JOWC's Cookbook. Bazaar for the Wisemen,as well as other prizes. husband talks about, as well as
,I Mrs. Marilyn Rehfield, Cookbook how many pennies he draws on
Mrs.Martha Childers and Mrs. Chairman, will be on handto hose blessed paydays!
Maxine Kaufman are in charge of show the<< cookbook for the FRA-91 HighlightsJax It's all information you could

tr- the Christmas decorations for the "Holidays". find' out for yourself, but how
1 Bazaar. Ornaments for the A group of seven boys and girls The Fleet Reserve Luncheon". All members of the much more fun to learn about
Christmas trees were donated by' from Orange Park High School other
Association Regional President FRA and their ladies are cordially these things in a class with
each command.The will provide music for the Bazaar Southeast, Jim Neal of New invited to come and hear wives spending an interesting
trees, lights and other ,with guitar and piano Orleans, Branch 92, will be the Regional President speak. morning together. .
decorations were donated by the arrangements. making his official visit to the Following the luncheon, Neal Even if you cannot spare the

1 Jacksonville Area Dec. 1214. will visit Cecil Field, including a time after the course to be a
,J'flit His tour will begin at Mayportwith stop at the Cecil Field CPO Club. volunteer, sign.up anyway. The
a VIP visit to the base, Neal will attend the Branch 91 reformation offered in the courses
I" : p followed by attending Branch meeting Dec.13 at 8 p.m.and will important to you-the service
290's meeting at 3dO Mayport visit Branch 126,Dec. 14., wife. A more thorough understanding -
Road at 8 p.m.On of your benefits and
GIFTS Wednesday Neal will visit Christmas Party :/ileges will make you a better
MowsmwucoMio NAS Jax, accompanied by Joe FRA 91's Adult Christmas member of your military community -

Nautical Chord tOufriKKCMNautical Wear _._ Heald,President Branch 91; Bud party will be held Saturday, Dec., and a more
1, .Paint .Fish Boxes Burgee Jacket [:: Spitzer, President Branch 126; 16, starting at 8 p.m at the knowledgeable wife.
.J i Hardware >Shti viable Wear: IVINIUDI, and Earl Hilburn, President Branch home, 5391 Collins Road. You will also learn all about
) >Repair Materials *Accessories p Other GoodiesWET
J Branch 290. Danny High and The your oWn social service
STORACE'MARINE NOISTS-HULL SERVICE-YACHT BROKER Shamrocks will provide the the Relief
EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTBOARD. STERN DRIVE, INBOARD After completing their tour of rganization, Navy
SEE THE NEWEST BOATS MOTORS CANOES and TRAILERS the air station, the group will be music.Snacks and punch will be Society. Founded many years
PIER 17 MARINA *" at the CPO Club for a "Nooners served. ago to implement the principle
INC;: that "The Navy Takes Care of its

ROOSWIT BLVD at ORTEGA RIVtx ___ d___ Oak Wives. Dwn", the Society gives
JaCksor4f/e *MtKKU" Leaf : *._ ... assistance, 'financially and
//0-Ida
through service,to all active duty
PUT
66 rraKhsscd Marina, Phone M4tt9 OPEN SUNDAY
lOAn MOTORS'CANUESITtlunderblrd' and retired personnel and their
Starcraff.Mfg Troan| -Grumman .T.CraftI' Set Dinner Dance'Jax dependents in time'of emergencyr
-pi i-r u j-i rf -
f j need. Dependents of deceased
personnel are also eligible.
-The Oak Leaf Wives Club cocktail attire.Reservations. Come.and find out about Navy
has scheduled its annual Relief's programs and,services.
ij Christmas Dinner Dance for Dec. may be made Ml these activities are operated
H Save'it 9 at the NAS Jax Officers Club for through Mrs. Louie Seayon. jo benefit our own people and you

7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Other committee members will want to know about them,
H py both for, yourselves ,and so
include Mrs. Robert Van- you
:
up The club is made of officers
,, up
r the word ,to
an "pass
Iq. your
+ derberry Mrs. Joseph
L '.gR(5 NC h r wrt F wives from the Jacksonville Massey,
Naval Hospital, as well as the Mrs. Shirley Pierce, Mrs. James neighbors.
I'\f' to live Cecil Field and Mayport Kreks, Mrs. William Jackman, Your husbands give to the
'\; Dispensaries. Mrs. Bozman Reeves, Mrs. Navy Relief Society every year
\ \: Thomas Leffler, Mrs. Harvey luring the Annual Drive, but did
t it up The music will be provided by Bernhardt, Mrs. Charles Hudson rou know that not one cent of that
\ The Leopard and dress will be and Mrs. Joseph Pesek. money goes into maintenance
rats to operate the world-wide
organization?
V It all goes right back into
helping our shipmates when the
.
; ',*4 iced arises. There are less than

\ SORRYJOM 500 employees (in the Society and
heir salaries, plus the operating
It osts: of the Navy Relief
t BUT WE'RE TEMPORARILY...
1
';J'.. Vuxillaries, are all met from the
,
,to''. :: : ncome from an vested Reserve
"',". 'I.. Fund primarily donated by
.. 1 "7'',>> ivilian: friends of the Navy and
: ;'f \ Marine Corps during World War
:': : When you have the best of all possible savings fl. .
'
i
accounts working for you, life will be beautiful. And who does most of the work
We'll insure your savings. And add interest, of> the Navy Relief Society? More '
too. Then when the time comes, you'll have SOLD han 7,000 generous volunteer
plenty to live it up on. adies stationed with their
So do something nice for yourself. Open a lusbands throughout the world inmost
savings account with the'. best of all possible of the places where our,

banks. j tavymen and Marines operate.
.
.
\ .
You'll of -
get more out it'
than you put into it. ...OUT
I VW-4 Wives

,1M .
A' ....HOWEVER,we are planning more
,5 f I great homes for you in B E LL AI R., MeetingJax
t C WATCH FOR OUR FUTURE ANNOUNCEMENTSI'
:: re l(1fORANGE
Clay County's Only COMPLETELY Y PLANNED Community! The VW-4 Wives
PARK Club will meet Tuesday,

",', BELLA.IEI.HOME: : :: Dec.Meeting 12 at Room.the NAS Chapel

': PHONE 264.7551"U.S.
I .'1. BANKbyMAILI HIGHWAY 17 BUILDERS :INC. Attendees are asked to .
We pay the postage MemberFDIC
I
BOTH WAYS I! ORANGE PARKs Member National Home Builders Association( bring canned goods for a

and Jacksonville Home Builders Associations l Christmas basket for a

needy family.

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Computer ConversationCaptured McKeen -Wins..LastContest ;


At Jax .


BY non LANGILLE Castelli' Wins ChampionshipJax
The
Jax following conversation was monitored between
town computer and one at NAS Jax. a down.

DOWNTOWN (D): "It has been made known to Tom McKeen, from the 4
human
programmers that B. W. (Buz) Castelli, Bill Martin my computer Public Works Transportation
(first
winners in the U-PIC-Em), Liz Gavilan and Ron place Division,turned in the only ballot :
Huey ,
(
the U-Pic-Em) are computer programmer types at your sHe runner-ups." in with only one missed on it last c- C:1::
NAS: "'This is correct." week to win the final U-Pic-Em ;

D: 'Are they using you for their U-Pic-Em selections?" contest of 1972.

NAS: "That does not compute..That does not compute." McKeen, a native of Beech-
D: "Sorry. Understand situation. Do these wood, New Jersey who has beenat
to help you function better?" programmers do things_ NAS Jax for four years,picked

NAS: "Yes, especially the hairy one (Buz). His electrical every game correctly except for
background keeps my brain in Al condition.His touch is so Auburn's stunning upset of
D: "Is that why he has placed first in the contest two times soothing.and been Alabama
a runner-up three times?"
NAS: "That does not compute." As a result of McKeen's win
this week, B. W. Castelli claimedthe
D: "Sorry again. My human programmers would
like
to know if
title of season champion when 5
would transfer the
you computer Y
program used
to select U-Pic
..........excuse......*....to assist humans in such he became the only balloter to
racing, etc." selections..dog win two contests during the year.

NAS: "This can be done. My programmers goofed in McKeen's ballot prevented a
preventing a
showdown between Castelli and
transfer of this when it ,
program was originally
receive ......oh..oh the hairy one is back..the developed Be ready to previous winners Bill Martin, Lee
hairy one is Simonetta and Bill N.Turner Jr. .
back..will be back to you in 30 nanoseconds." +
All of these former winners Tom McKeen
To the concerned taxpayer-This is strictly science fiction. missed two on this week's ballot.

I.:...:...:...:...:...:...:...:..'.:.':..'.:.,:.,.:-.,:-,.:..,:..,:-.,-:,.:'.,:',.:..,:-,.:.,.:-.-......-.......-....-...-.........-;..;..;-..-;.....--..'.-.....................-...-...-;.-;.-;.-;.-;.;.';.';.';';';';';';.-...-;;;:;:;;;;:;;:;:::;:;.:.;.;. An award --- 1 RAN :-luE *. INFLICHT--
ceremony for all of TWIN THEATRES
[ Intramural Bowling Standings this year's weekly winners and
the season champ will be held as
soon as an appropriate time and BLUE Ol

NATIONAL'LEAGUE PACIFIC LEAGUE place can be arranged. y.

W L STARTS .
W L
FLAP JAX 44 28 SPLITMAKERS' 49 19 FRIDAY! I
WOMEN'S LIB 30Ci 44 '5 30 VP-45 No.1 42 2NATTC FROM THE MASTER Of SHOCK

\ 42 31 GOOD AND BAD 42 26 D A SHOCKING MASTERPIECE 1 "
GEMS 41 31 AFEES 38 26 ALFRED tyHITCHCOCK'S
NAMTD 41 35 DRAGONS No.2 I 34 34 Is Still

CHASERS ,,r 37 36t,2 FWF 32 36 My Name"o
LEPRECHAUNS 36t,2 40 SPARKS 37SIFFS'
31
"FRENZY"Wow'! QII (GJ o. y
36 38t,2 SPECIALS 'n 41
QUACKS 33t,2 I 61 HUNTERS 21 39

15 NUBS 16 48I.

ATLANTIC LEAGUEW 400 STARTS
I. L NORWOODUHHHTI3PTW FRIDAY!!

REBELS DRAGONS No.l 52 63 20 17 r LEAVE ,COMING UP? I

RADAR 17 54 22
FASOTG 35 44 your lJ@/i1l@Ir/IIIll@fP@JJ/I1lJ

BUSCH. BUDS 34 42 can provide the funds
TARS 31% 40%
VP-45 No.2 31 45 Domestic Finance is set up to make sure your
CHIEFS 31 45 money needs are handled the way you want them.

GUTTER DUSTERS II 26% 45% Call or come in-we'll do the rest. ,pRiA, (,[T wt/R/ STUCC)
BUSCH LEAGUERS 26 44 I ;'"
CAG-20 21 47 DOMESTIC FINANCE
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AMERICAN LEAGUE -\W14 COLORATION SINCE flit "A I
\ LOANS TO tSOO
L
W V 8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK
ADCOP 49 23 ALL MILITARY PERSONNELSUNDAY
LATE CHARGERS 48 24

SAWBONES BOOZERS' 41 40 27 30' DEC. 10, lpm6pmZales .

FUBARS 34% 33% WESISIPE USfpYpt

BEES 34 38
.
TOP FIVE 27% 36% CAAt

AIMDHACKERS 27 41
AVENUE
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MATSG Pistol Team Wins : :

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Florida Fall ChampionshipsJax

the league should '
Jax MATSG's pistol team pionships and returned with Sergeant R. L. Barker,claimed at
recently traveled to Miami for plenty to brag about. The team, total of 10 first place trophies representative
The ,
the Florida Fall Pistol Cham under the captainship of Master three seconds. Spring
The team, shooting in scheduled to,get
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Marksman category, took on January 22.
places in the.22 caliber match,.
caliber match,center fire Racing Tickets .
and the grand agg with a total
2832 -- Advanced
points. Winning
matches for the Marines tickets for the
Barker,who placed first in Drag Racing
and .45 caliber events of
are now on
Sharpshooter classification,
J. B. Gardner, Jr., winning the Special Ser
places in the 45.22 and grand Office in Bldg..
and a second place in the championships
r fire (Marksman division) scheduled for
Sgt. D. C. Waite, who won 28:0 but have been
Marksman division's center
FLORIDA PISTOL CHAMPS- Pictured above art members of the and second in the.22 caliber. for December '
MATSG pistol team presenting the latest trophy case additions to D. C. Simpler placed second the Gainesville .
LtCol)Teichmann,MATSG CO,From left to right are: Pfc D. E. Shaw, the .45 caliber and grand .
I Cpl D. C. Simpler, LtCol Teichmann, MSgt Barker, Sgt Gardner and section of the Marksman
\6.0' Sgt Waite. Staff

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: V.I OF Anderson taking the top ,
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Top finishers in
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-- JAX AIR NEWS.LATWINGER PAGE 21
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I rower Boat Club- Offers 'Winter Fishing Contest .

Jax-If you are a fishing NAS .
Marina
1
enthusiast and your luck is Clapboard NAS Jax; Fishing Contest ,* )rr-..------ -r---rrrNr-w ,
pretty good, the Jax Navy Camp at 6233 Creek HeckscherD Fish. Navy Jax Power Boat flu: WINTER SALTWATER FISHING CONTEST 1

Power Boat Club has a Jaxl03rd; St. Fish Market Box 74, NASJacksonville 1 NAVY JAX POWER BOAT CLUB I
contest just for you. at 6567 103rd St. Fla. 32213 I ENTRY BLANK I
The Navy Jax Power Jax; and You
will
Monty's Marina receive your 1 1POSITION
Inc. NAME
Boat Club's Winter Sal! 4378 Ocean at contest membership card 1 '.,\', I
Mayport.
Water Fishing Contest! by return mail and will be 1 -RATE PHONE__._._._ i I
begins tomorrow and will Every fish entered must qualified the day after the I I
last through March 31 be post mark date of 1 ADDRESS '
caught by hook and line. your f : 4."
1972. It is open to all active No trot lines, nets, entry form and the acceptance I CITY __J: ZIP CODE'-.J-.,,,' 1
military, military retired, spearing, giging second to of same by the I Entry Fee:
civil service employees the winner of the flip. contest officials. I Members $1.00 0 Non Members $2.00 0 1
and their 'dependents. Prizes of the contest 1 1I
Commercial fishermen In the event of a tie the include a 10-foot aluminum 1 I HAvtREADTHE CONTEST RULES 1
AND DO HEREBY AGREE TO ABIDE BYTHEM.
are excluded and for tie will be broken by a flip Jon boat with motor, a 1. 1
families that want to of a coin with the loser Danforth anchor and 50 I, SIGNATURE' 1

enter, an entry blank is placing second to the feet of line, a camera with I DATE 1
required for each entrant. winner of the flip. flash attachement, two 1
There will be three free barbeque dinners and I ENTRY NO.._. 1
classes offish and only fish Once you've read all of two free pizzas.If 1
RECEIVED BY.
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rules and 1
decided
listed will qualify for you you come up with ;
trophys and prizes want to enter, just fill out some questions about the CONTEST STARTS DEC.8,1972 ENDS MARCH 31,1973 1

Awards will be given to the the entry blank on this contest call Fred Barncord I In the event of a tie,the tie will be broken by a flip of a coin with
page, cut it out and send it at 771-5403 or Marty Foster ; the loser placing second to the winner of the flip.I 1
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and Striper; CLASS TWO -

Yellowmouth Trout,
Speckled Trout, Snook and
Sheephead ; CLASS
THREJE Croaker
Whiting, Blues and Rock
Bass.
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To Study Abroad
by DTC J. D. Brewster


". BASKETBALL VA-72 took winless NAMTD 57 ((532, 204.170)); Angelito David About 200 widows of veterans correspondence course without toward

John Mills put 19 counters 31. Coon scored 22 for VA-72, ((518, 189-171)); Dave Silver ((514, and 1,400 children are expected to leaving home, as a step bread
the family
through the hoop in leading the while Leach had 10 for the lectern 187-180)); Jake Jacobs ((511, 182- study overseas this year which becoming
Marines to a 45 28 win over pounders. 171); Eugene Dobson ((509, 171- permits them to draw GI Bill winner.
Administration
Dental. Conch Shellhouse had 12 VA-72 made it two straight witha 170)) and Dick Maffett (500-179)) benefits while attending foreign The Veterans
points for the losers. 49 -28 rout of AMD. VA-72's top also rolled fine sets 200 games educationallnsUtutions. estimates that some 7,000 women
Steve Cook's late basket (the scorers were Biesel with 15 and were rolled by Wesley Stearns A bill signed by the President in and 56,000 children are eligiblefor

buzzer went off while the ball was Coon with 14. McGhee led the cold (202); Buddy Holmes (202)) and October raised GI Bill educational benefits under the

in flight) proved the clincher in shooting AMD quintet with 9. Jerry Smith (201)). Standings educational allowances for program..AAMCO .
VA-174's narrow 41. 39 win over In their long awaited Shootoutat Vietnam veterans, and it also

the Marines. E. Gill was top Cecil Field's O.K. Corral, (the removed a number of restric-
scorer for the "Hellrazors", cellar was at stakeMedical) with Marines 42 .18 tionson types of education

while John Mills. had 11 for the "Doc" Bultman's 24 bulls eyes, CPO's 381h .21'h programs for which their wives,

Marines. and Wyatt Rayle with 8 shot down VA-45 37 .23 widows and children are eligible.

In yet another close game, Dental's Clanton gang 45 33. AIMD 34.26 died of
who
AMD behind McGhee's 16 BOQ 34 .26 Widows of men
Although seriously wounded in J
to earlier military
counters nipped VA-45, 46 44. the Earp's opening slavo, "Bob" NWSED 33 -27 causes related Q
Fred Kills of V A-451ed all scorers Williams with 16 sure shots, and Medical 31 29 service and their children rxUj
CLAW-I... 29 .31 also are eligible to attend foreign
with 22 points. his "adopted" son, gun-slinger
The Marines regained their John McClure with 10 led the Admin 'J:1 33 higher institutions of schooling.
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winning touch by downing Clanton gunners. P. S. NVk:: Weapons 26th .33'h Wives whose husbands who are

NAMTD 43.28. Davey was the Kavouklis of the Acropolis A.C. Fall's Falling Five 26th .33'h totally disabled as a result of )
service and wivesof o
I \ Marine top scorer with 9 tallies. had 4 successful shots. Now will Communications 23 37 their military
tti Leach had 8 for the instructors. you get off my back? Special Services 22 .38 prisoners of war and men JVJ\JL} \

._ 1 Ed Gill l pumped in 15 points and AIMD No.2 18th .414 missing in action are eligible too.

\ Wallace Williams 14 as the BOWLING Nothing yet on our upcoming These women also can. receive @]
Hellrazors downed VA-72, 52 45, CONATIONAL: The Marines smoker with Mayport. financial help from VA to finish
Coon had 11 points for VA-72. continued to cling to their 3% high school or take a
Dick Bultman became our 1st game lead over the CPO's who

eager to hit the 30 point plateauthis took over the runnerup spot I I
season. Unfortunately his during last weeks action.
WIU KEEP
I outburst was not enough to "Modest" Sonny Sonnentag (580,
'I\ prevent his Medical 5 from 198-211-171)) led all keglers. Dicky YQUft fflAtiSMISSICMit 6AltHY

bowing to AMD, 5750. Meldrum Hanson (565, 203-181-181)); Bob GuaranteeAAMCO
\ with 20 and McGhee with 16 led a Samu ((564, 197-211)); Al Duncan

well balanced AMD scoring at ((559, 200-192)); Joe Kordek (543,
tack. 171-197-185));, Teofilo Asuncion
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JAX PAGE 23
-:.. AIR NEWS-LATWINGER ___ __

I Communications DisplaysJax Triple Threattanasio -

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The communications munications dW They're Standing
coasted
basketball team to a 114.57 18 and
intramural wm. The Schellhase 18 for
NATTC NATIONAL LEAGUE
came up with three wins last one team had only the winners. Heath was top*man Intramural Golf
OPportunity W L
week and there were three good line and at the free throw for the losers with 20 and Wilson AMERICAN LEAGUE NATTC
made 13 1
reasons for those wins. Their good in that op- had 18.Still W L
portunity FICEUR
as 12 2
names are Schuetz, Scheindeland Played a foul free Communications another team that showed NARJAX No.1 61h 21h MATSG 11 3
Hergenrother. game. more strength in the second half NDRC 6 3 FAW.lI
6 8
The first team that tangled VP-45 also showed it's ability to than the first last week was the 679th 5 4 NARJAX 5 9 .'

with Communication's triple come from behind last week Hawks of Hospital. The Hawks ADMINISTRATION 5 4 NDRC 5 9
threat was the Marine Barracks. when they had a comfortable 42-31 lead at FAW-ll. 5 4 NFO
were trailing Air 3 11 ,
Ops
The Marines managed to contain 40-27 as the third quarter halftime in their game against AIR 01'S 4 s SUPPLY 1 13
got I
them in the first half and even underway. McGee VP-5 but decided that 11 points COMFAIRJAX '4
was largely might not be a big enough lead AIMD Intramural ,Handball
managed a 31-30 lead. The second responsible for Air 31h 51h "I,
Op's lead with W L
against a team that had 'scored ,
different VW-4 3
a 18 of
half was story his 23 5'w-5 '
game points. In the 5" 0
Scheindel over 100 points in it's first two ,MATSG 2 7
came second
altogether. up half VP-45 took complete AIR OPS ,6 1
in the second games of the season. The result NATIONAL LEAGUE '
23 points half
with control with Delk scoring 18 of his FICEUR 6' 2
that
the
was Hawks outscored
and Rergenrother came up with 22 points, Pruett W L DENTAL
scoring 14 of his 6 2
VP-5
in the
50-24
second half and HOSPITAL
7'A IIh
15 to lead Communications to an82.f16 23 and Bell '
10 of his 18 as they MATSG 4 3
came out with a big 92-55 win. VP.5 7 2
; win.Scheindel finished with came back to win by a 76-62 Bryan led the Hawks second half MARTD VP.5 ,
544 3S ; 3 4
32 points, Hergenrother 21 and margin. VP-45 had a little easier surge when he scored his entire VP-45 5 4 MARTD

Schuetz contributed 19. time in their second game of the 18 points; in the last two quarters. VP..ss 5 4 'VP-45 1 3
Public Works was the next weekwhenthey downed VP-24 VW-4 1-5
76-
Pearson of the Hawks was high NARJAX No.2 4 5
team to talgle with them and 49.Pruett led VP-45 with 22 points man lor the night with 22 while F1CEUR 4 5 MARINE BKS 1 5
they too mai,taged to stay close at while Morrow had 19 and Dan- Bearden of VP-5 had 20. The NDRC 0 6

the end of the half as they went necker 18 for the losers. Hawks also waited until the WEAPONS 2 g Intramural 'TennisSUPPLY <<

into halftime tied at 43-43, This After their loss to VP-45, Air ,second half of their game with 2 7 'W. L
time it was Schuetz who got hot in Ops suffered another second half Public Works to show their full VP.5 ;111I(;
the second half when he picked up collapse in their 11-651055 to VW- fire power. Public Works had a Intramural Pistol FWF 8 1

17 points,giving him a total of 29, 4. McGee scored 22 of his 33 38-33 lead a the half but ended up AMERICAN LEAGUE VP-45 7 3

as he led his team to a 86-79 win. points in the first half to give his on the losing side of a 83-63 score. W L HOSPITAL. 6 3
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Scheindel 'and Hergenrother team a 40-32 lead Villanoeva had In the only other game playedlast WEAPONS 12 2 FAW-lI 4 4

contributed 17 and 16 points'' the hot hand in the second half as week the Hospital team tooka VP-45 12 2 NATTC ,,' 4 5
respectively. Ivey had 28 points he scored 12 of his 16 points and close one from the Marine MARTI 8 5 MATSG 3.. 5

for PublicWorks.. Heath brought his total to 23 in Barracks. Austin scored 20 of his AIMD 7 7 NARJAX 3 6

The third team to encounter the leading their team to a come 34 points for the Marine Barracksin VP-5 6 8 NDRC 3 6

triple threat was NATTC and from behind win.VW-4 also came the second half but they still VW-4 5 9 VW-4 2 4

they had even less luck than the in contact with the losing side of fell short as Hospital won 6362. HOSPITAL '4 10 VP-56 2 5

other two teams. Schuetz pickedup the coin last week when they FAPL 1 12 FICEUR o -I

30, Scheindel 29 and dropped a 72-57 decision to

Hergenrother 26 as Com- Medical. Johnson had 23, At-

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Intramural Playoffs End Fl' ET INTELLIGENCE CENTER. EUROPE (FCEUR( ) ,

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Winter Sports .f'


Jax This week and next week spot in the Atlantic League which a
will be busy weeks in the NAJ was to be determined betweenthe J a
intramural sports program as Dragons No. 1 team and the I
several sports will be bringingWeir Radar 17 team. Teams that had
seasons to a close with already clinched playoff spots
playoffs.The were in order of finish:
Intramural Pistol Playoffs American League-ADCOP and

were shot yesterday with Late Chargers; National League
Weapons,who won the American Flap Jax and Women's Lib;
League title from VP-45 in a Pacific League Splitmakers and
shoot-off earlier this week, Good and Bad; Atlantic League
meeting FICEUR (second in the Rebels; Continental League
National League) and VP-45 Pathfinders Hawks.

mffUg NATTC, winner in the LEADERS IN UPSETS-Although finishing third In the league, FICEUR's touch football team has
Each team will roll six
National League. After these gameson been a most Important factor in determining who wins the league. By upsetting both the leaders,
and six on
matches were shot the two Monday more the Marine Barracks and VP-4S, in recent wins and forcing a playoff, FICEUR gained a lot of self- }
At the end of 12
winners met each other for the Wednesday. most satisfaction though not a berth In the playoffs. Pictured are: Front Row (L to R) Lt (Clg| ) W. Crist, P02
the team with the
season crown. The results of games established League R, Heimbaugh, P03 W. Upscomb) Lt Cia| ) D.. Powell,",Capt. E. Sourbeer, P01 B. Bowen, Cdr. R. f
these matches were not available pinfall using will be declared the Moberly, P03 C. Pearson, P01 J. Smith, CW03 M. Mathews and Back Row (L to R) POt T Taylor, .,
to the Jax Air News before press handicaps P01 J. Henderson,Lt(|Ig) H.Teller, P01 R. Knowles, Lcpl R. Brinkeroff, POI C.Oglesby.
time but will be published in next station champion. J

week's paper.
Also starting yesterday were


\ .1. VP-45 the title Intramural on won Monday the American Football when they Playoffs.League edged EX-MEMBERS (to be) OF THE ARMED SERVICES: !

out the Marine Barracks in a "
playoff for first. VP-45 won the
in overtime.VP-45's win .,. .. y .It
7-6
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game 1. .1 9 n''q"}: ,5' \
meant that on Wednesday they r. <. ,',.<,',:,,:,.u,A.;";' !<':' ... .q'Iq' I : .
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would meet Public Works,second i" "MJ :
in the National League, and i: :
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NarJax, first in the National

League, would meet the Marine : : ;; r : .
Barracks. The winners of these : :

games were not available at : ,,
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time but the two winners ;,
press t
will meet at 4 p.m. tomorrow as }: r1, i t Y } ti
will the two losers. On Monday, } 'f ;
December It'at 4 p.m. theY
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semifinals will be held with the '. '. ,
finals scheduled for Wednesday, ': 'f ,' 4'.
December 13 at 4 p.m. If another
game becomes necessary it will i'i :
be held on Friday, December 15 : '
at 4 p.m. All of the football, t \ : \ J '{
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playoffs are being on ,, : ;
fields adjacent to the NATTC j'rU1
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picnic grounds. 1
Tomorrow marks the beginning
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of the Intramural Golf :,
Playoffs at the NAS Golf Course. $.

f The NarJax No. 1 team won the .
American League title so they '
I will tee-off at 12 noon with VP-5
r j the second place finisher in the ':'
National League. Hospital, who :;
took first in the National League, \
will meet NDRC, second place
finishers. the American League : ,
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at 12:30p.m. "
f1! The winners of these two 2 3 E I .
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December 12 ,at 12 noon to y"SY I

determine the station cham 'I >" ., .,
pionship. The losers of ':. .. J1, ;' .
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12:30: p.m. Tuesday to determine .. ,I' ; .
third and fourth place. 1. ",.,,.''. '

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will bring thtlr Fall ,. '}
Leagues _
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Monday, December 11 and ., r', .

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