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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 14, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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. 39 Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida DECEMBER 14, 1972


Navy Newsgram t


Apollo 17 Astronauts



:. Thank Fellow Sailors
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?:' Jax-The following are Navy News highlights of the past week:
Astronauts Salute Fellow Navymen
Prior to the launch of Apollo 17, astronauts Capt. Eugene Cernan
' and Cdr. Ronald Evans extended a special invitation to their fellow 4Iw
Navymen and women around the world to be part of their flight to the
', ; .. r moon. The,two Navy astronauts agreed that, "Seventeen is a Navy
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flight, too".
f1 Apollo Commander Cernan also thanked Navy people "...for what '
you're doing throughout the world-things that we're not able to do in i! tW I
t terms of being operationally involved with our Navy, because of the _
l program we're in".
j He added, "So many people are doing jobs that we are very proud of-
-friends of ours,contemporaries of ours,and it's all the same Navy" .
Navy Gals March On
1 BUPERS has amplified the policy concerning entry-conversion of
enlisted women into all ratings,as described in Z-Gram 116.
Effective immediately, all ratings are open to women enlisted
members. However, while federal statutes continue to limit women
from duty aboard cOIl'batanfvessels,women will not be assigned to a 'a.
Class "A" School whose graduates are immediately assigned to such
ships. SANTA GAGE'S WORKSHOP EMI Lamar McMullon arranges some of the toys purchased for
The ratings affected are: AW,EW, FTB,FTM, GMM, IM, ML, OM, the underpriveleged Jacksonville children. McMullon is the party's assistant chairman, and a. NAS
PM AND ST. Navy women may still enter those ratings through on- Jax Career Counselor.NATTC.
.. the-job training, except where completion of Class "A" School is a
prerequisite for rating entry. Takes Leading Role
Further information may be obtained from BUPERS Notice 1306 of
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Dec. 8, 1972. Augmentation Policy Changed As Christmas Story Unfoldsby f :

BUPERS has partially changed the selection' procedures for ,
1 Reserve officers requesting augmentation to Regular status.In Paul Lucas
the past the augmentation board could only either or disapprove
." an applicant's request. Officers disapproved had approve to wait one Jax? (Mysterious things happen these days, but, who would expect them to f

\ ." year'before re-submitting their application happen in the following manner. ., ,) ._ ,Ai ,,.
For the October 1972 selection board, applications from officers A ,
qualified,but not selected due to personnel limitations, will be held in It was reported l last week in the Underpriviledged children and party Chief Gage states that he f
abeyance for consideration by the next board. Jax Air' News that Chief N. L. that he had received a telephonecall has received:at least- 60 individual : '
Reservists who are not placed in thiscategory be so notified and Gage the Air Station's Career telling him to go to a certain telephone calls from these
will not need to reapply.Officers whose augmentation applications are Counselor, was arranging for a place to pick-up! an envelope.It students asking if they can help
disapproved must still adhere to the one year waiting period. Christmas Party for Jacksonville was later discovered that the with the actual party. '
New Weapon System Tested envelope contained $700 to be "Even though we have more 1 i
The Naval Ordnance Systems Command has announced the Navy is ZumwaltOn used for a children's Christmas than $1,000 for the,party so far"; ,
testing a new 30mm weapons system for use against high-speed party. contributions can still be used,
surface targets. and moderate-speed air targets under all weather Wen, turn of events this week Gage said.Beverage.
conditions. have disclosed that the companies, ice
The lightweight,twin gun mount,Mark 74 Mod 0, can be operated in Tube mysterious caller was from cream companies' and pastry
either local control using a lead computing sight, or under control fIts NATTC and that the money companies from the local area
associated optical director. Maximum rate of fire for each gun is contained in the envelope was are donating their items toward
donated students of the school, helping to make this ,the bestchildren's
: 550 rounds per minute,and the maximum range is 10,000 yards. TomorrowJax by
i.L The guns are fed from a mount magazine which holds 2000 rounds of "Contrary to some beliefs, Christmas party ever
r linked ammunition. Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt, there wasn't any canvassing to held.
J The new 30mm gun system is designed for installation as a secondary Jr., Chief of Naval Operations, collect this.money," Chief Gage "At present time, we are"
battery on large ships, or as the primary battery on smaller will be a guest on the "Dinah's said. shopping for about 60 children '
. ships. Place" television program To further illustrate the interest the NAS Jax Career Counselor

...-.. .tomorrow (Channel 12 at 10 and desire the students at said.
the Christmas (Cont. on Pg. 2)
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Accompanied to the taping by 1' pM
50 sailors based on ships at Long
I"I' s r1% Beach, the CNO talks about his .
new rules regarding standards in \

L I :. lengths of hair and beards.,, "I ,4
: think of the beards and long hairas
a return to the conservation of
our founding fathers," he said,
"rather than an exhibition 'of
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radicalism"
He says that not only are
sailors happier, but enlistmenthas
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problems have decreased.: '\
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reflected enthusiastic approval of
girl a'w "'" 'wri1w1RN G1ta -ppa,q- M.. ,... Adm. Zumwalt's ideas. vi

During the show, hair stylist
Chris Wyant demonstrates how to
.. trim and shape a beard using .
CHIEFS HELP BOYS RANCH- Duval County Sheriff Dale Carson sailors as models.
admires a check for $1000 given to him by Chief J. B. Johnson, The show ends with the admiral SPOT INVENTORY Chief N. L Gage and DP3 Micky Burgoon w
president of the CPO Advisory Board. The NAS Jax Chief, Petty Of. serving the sailors bowls of Navy take a spot inventory of the money left for buying toys...Mickey is
fit*,fa, donated the money for use at the Florida Sheriffs' Boys Ranch bean soup prepared in Dinah's known as the children's Christmas part .s Super Telephone Talker as
in.'Uvt:' Oak, Fla. kitchen. well as Chief Runner for the prolect. t


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FRIDAY SUNDAY.THURSDAY SUNDAY 11a.m.to1a.m. FRIDAYS|

11amto2amSA'TURDAY; 11 a.m. to Midnight 11a.m..11p.m. SUNDAY 6p.m..10p.m.
THURSDAY Noon to Midnight SATURDAYS
h.m. t02a.m. FRIDAY SATURDAY 11a.m..11p.m. 6 p.m..11:30p.m.
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of Ham or PorK sausage, Creamed Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Cake, Chocolate Pudding.
{ HHW" Dried Beef, Pastry.Bar* DINNER Vegetable Soup
I .1J'Pt(k%l. BRUNCH! at 10 a.m. Creole Soup, Country Style Chicken, Creamed SANDWICH LINE Grilled Ham &
fJIJi4l Salisbury Steak! ,. French Fried Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Bread Cheese Sandwiches Potato Chips,
& : l.I\'I"lfH Potatoes, Salad Bar, Lemon Layer Dressing, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered Salad Bar,' Relish Tray, Dessert Bar.
Cake, Pineapple Pudding. Corn, Seasoned Broccoli Salad Bar, SUPPER i Turkey Pot Pie or
--I -- 1 .- SUPPER: Roast Pork Loin, Brown Apple Pie, Vanilla Wafers. Simmered Corned Beef, French Fried
Friday, Dec. 15 Saturday,Dec. 16 Gravy, Applesauce, Snowflaked SUPPER Baked Virginia Ham, Potatoes Simmered Pinto Beans,
BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice, BREAKFAST! Chilled Orange Potatoes, Hot Spiced Beets, Buttered Pineapple Sauce, Baked Macaroni w. Buttered Greens, Salad Bar,
Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Green Beans, Salad Bar, Chocolate Cheese, Boiled Cabbage & Carrots, Autumn's Delight Cake, Chocolate
French Toast w-Syrup, Choice of Hamor Order, Griddle Cakes, Choice of Krlnkle Cookies, Pineapple Pudding. Buttered Peas, Salad Bar, Vanilla Pudding.
Pork Sausage, Ccrned Beef Hash, Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Syrup, Monday, Dec. II Wafers, Apple Pie.Thursday.
Hard or Soft Cooked Eggs, PastryBar. Hashed Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. BREAKFAST! Chilled Pineapple Dec.21
BRUNCH Cream Potato Soup, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to DINNER Mulligatawny Soup,
DINNER Oyster Stew, Fried Fish Fried Ham Steaks, French Fried Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choiceof Fried Shrimp or Baked Veal Loaf,
Sticks or El Rancho Stew, Baked Potatoes, Salad Bar, Cherry Pie, Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Home Tomato Gravy, Seafood Cocktail
Macaroni Cheese, Tartar Sauce, Sugar Cookies.. Fried'Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Sauce Parsley Buttered Potatoes, rn w
Buttered Asparagus, Seasoned SUPPERi Southern Fried Chicken, DINNER! Cream of Tomato Soup, Seasoned Mixed Vegetables, Hot
Carrots, Salad Bar, Marble Cake, Cream Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Roast Beef Au Jus, Snowflaked Spiced Beets, Salad Bar, Jelly Layer
Lime Jello. Cornbread Dressing, Cranberry Potatoes, Brown Gravy, Buttered EE1ill1EE
SANDWICH LINE Chili Dogs, Sauce, Buttered Greens, Simmered Carrots, Seasoned Mixed Vegetables, LayerChristmas
Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped Navy Beans, Salad Bar, Sugar Salad Bar, Coconut Cream Pie, Ap. NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Onions, Dessert Bar. Cookies, Cherry Pie.Sund.y plesauce Cake.SANDWICH ( from Pg. 1))
SUPPER Italian Spaghetti w-Meat Dec. 17 LINE! Sloppy Joes on This
Balls, Parmesan Cheese, Pizza Pies, BREAKFAST Chilled GrapefruitJuice Hamburger Bun, French Fried year's Christmas shop. Sunday
Buttered Green Beans, Salad Bar, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Potatoes, Salad Bar, Relish Tray, ping is being done on an individual
Apple Brownie Cookies, Marble Cake. Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choice Dessert Bar.SUPPER basis. Divine Worship ':30 a.m.
Grilled Hamburgers or Because the party is still at All Saints Chapel.
Sweet Sour Pork, Steamed Rice, Au growing in the amount of Church School 9:30: a.m.
Gratin Cauliflower, Buttered Greed children Divine,Worship 11 a.m; at
JTAX AIR N.E1lVS" Peas, Salad Bar, Cherry Jello, Applesauce expected to be there' the date! of All Selnf-ft( Chapel. ',
Cake. Friday pec 15- has 'beer). Junior youth Fellowship

Tuesday, Dec. 19 changed.. This' deserving event 12:30: p.m. Senior I Youth\; ,
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato will be held on Fellowship 1:30 p.m.
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Wednesday, Dec.
20 in the 7:30
Evening Worship
Order, French Candlelight Restaurantat
Toast ,
w-Syrup Choiceof
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a Ham or Pork Sausage, Cheese 3 p.m. p.m. at the Small Chapel.

private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Omelet, Baked Pork and Beans, Some of the children Tuesday
must be forwarded'to'the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Pastry Bar.DINNERI. for are asking
bicycles Rehearsal
and Senior Choir
tricycles but
Jacksonville :by ; J200; ,poon Monday before publication.. Baked Stuffed Pork obviously these p.m. at Bldg. 750 ,and
Chops, :Chicken Gumbo Soup, Brown items are too
News Items are welcomed from all,sources. Telephone 112.J118 Christian Science Service 8
Gravy, Candled Sweet Potatoes, expensive to purchase. Chief --- p.m. at the Small Chapel.
or 3119. Chilled Applesauce' Creole Squash, Gage has asked me to extend to
NAVAL HOSPITAL
Seasoned Lima Beans, Salad Bar,
"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Chocolate Cream Pit, Angel Food my readers a plea that If, you Divine Worship 10 a.m. at
available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to Cake. have a bike or a trike in good St.,Lukes.

race creed, color national origin or sex of the purchaser, SANDWICH LINE Grilled condition or in need of minor NATTC

user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this Hamburgers or Cheeseburgers repairs, please contact him at i Protestant Worship

policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in'the Onions Potato, Lettuce Chips, Leaves Sliced>:; Di'il;Tomatoes Pickles, 772-3161. He will see to it that the Service Building,500.10:30 a.m. In

refusal to print advertising from that source." Mustard, Catsup, Salad Dressing, article is picked up.
Dessert Bar.SUPPER A sidelight to the whole
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Italian Spaghetti w- arrangements is party CATHOLICSaturday
a little
concerning such should be directed to:. Meat Sauce, Baked Lasagna, Garlic which I found gem Mass 5 p.m. at
Bread, Pizza, Parmesan Cheese, quite amusing and St. Edward's Chapel.
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Seasoned Mixed Vegetables, Salad makes the Christmas part of this Sunday Mass a.m. and 11

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Bar, Angel Food Cake, Coconut so real: A 3tt year old girl made a.m. Dally, Mass-Monday and,
Pie. Tuesday Thursday
Cream out her list
to
Telephone 388.2755 Wednesday,Dec.20 Santa and it en- Friday":30 a.m. Wednesday .
eluded
the Mass 11:30 a.m. at
following items :
BREAKFAST Chilled Orange : Baby
Juice" Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Doll,Racing Car and,of course a the Naval Hospital Chapel.
I VOL. 30 NO. 39 DECEMBER 14, 1972 Order,Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Choiceof BABY BROTHER III! Saturday Confessions ":30

i Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Creamed O. K.ChIef Santa .What do to 5 p.m
Ground Hashed we
Beef Brown
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( MODEL AIRPLANE GLUE
II I GASOLINE, PAINT j
THINNER AND OTHER
VOLATILE SOLVENTS -
r HAVE BEEN REPORTEDAS
ABUSABLE
SUBSTANCES. WHAT ARE
THEIR EFFECTS?
-* I These substances, which were
: obviously never meant ,to be
taken by man, contain a varietyof P M
: chemicals, some quite dan-
gerous.. Others are toxic only
when used over long periods. .I 'It
They provide a clouded mental ;1 L ,{ >II
state that can develop into a
coma. Temporary blindness has : : HLrL
been reported. Death is knownto :
occur when the solvent is inhaled _
without sufficient oxygenas
for example, when the individual "
loses consciousness and
his mouth and nose fall into the
plastic bag containing the sol-
vents. Damage to bone marrow,
_
kidneys and lungs has been de.
scribed in autopsy reports.
ELVES-VP.5 Wives Detachment, give their RaggedyAnn .1
Dolls last minute Instructions before the dolls deployed to local
NavyRelief SEABEE OF THE MONTH-BU2 Dennis A.James has been selected
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children, from the JOWC Christmas Bazaar
CBU-410's Seabee of the Month. James was selected for his "out
standing professiona I,performance and dedication to duty".
'Mission Accomplished'At
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JOWC Xmas Bazaar CourseJaxThe F_ Miss Mercy:|'

Relief t H
Navy
: ORIENTAL BEAUTY. ;
Wives Course will begin 1 \' l-
Jax-Last week's JOWC VP-5, showed the most profit Jacksonville's Most Beautiful r "-
Christmas Bazaar has been from their "Winnie the Pool Wednesday,Jan.3 at Bldg. It TOPLESS DANCERSI t
termed "a great success". Corner" booth. Later in the day,, 501, NATTC.
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TOPLESS BARTENDER-
Officers, wives and their invited Mrs. Nelson Moore, NDRC, There are nine coursesin : t tIt
their turned their tc BAR OPENS AT NOON' '
profits over
purchased
guests all, from 9 a.m. to noon A
items and completed their JOWC, showing a larger profit, >f
Christmas list of gifts for family The'NAS and Marine Barracks each Monday,, Wednesdayand : : T TOPLESSGO
and friends. booth came in third, with Mrs Friday from Jan. 3-24. GO DANCERS :
Childers,NAS, turning in their Free nursery care is fI)
Mrs. Nita Parks was Bazaar Csehm .wu vvsPM 2AM NOONTIL2PMI
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profits at the air station
Chairman. Co-chairmen for the provided SMAKEASYROOM I-
event were Mrs. Isabel Latham Holding winning tickets for nursery.
and Mrs. Martha Childers. prizes were:Mrs.Beverly Marte, Those desiring to attend Out of SIGHT L0UNGI*
All the items at the Bazaar VW-4's three gold Wisemen; Mrs. should phone 772-3515 or
were hand-made by all com- John Hicks, NDRC's quilt; and F I* * 1080 CASSAT AVE. 388-9016* *
mands involved. Proceeds from Mrs. Sue Mffler, RESFORJAX's 778-0353. -.
the Bazaar go toward the JOWC basket of cheers.,, I ,
scholarships and local charities. The JOWC extends its thanks toaD .
Profits from each bo'h were NAS commands for oar. .
turned in to the JOWC's ticipating and working over the WOMEN
'A
treasurer, Mrs. Pat Mosman, at long period of months to make the I Y

the end of the Bazaar. At 4 p.m. JOWC Bazaar another successful .. ,,
Mrs. Katy Hoover, representing year.NOW ,
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EARN CHRISTMAS MONEYI! MONEY FOR CLOTHES I I
HEAR THIS! ...AND ALL THE GOOD THINGS' OF LIFEI' r

NOW HEAR THIS! OLSTEN'S OF JACKSONVILLEHas 1


Excellent Temporary Office 'Positions Available .

f1cetkino Start work Immediately:for Top Companies HIGH PAYI- I
Work One or more full days per week
WE REQUIRE: .
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DICTAPHONE OPERATORS *,SECRETARIES & STENOGRAPHERS .

1.\, .* KEYPUNCH OPERATORS COMPTOMETER OPERATORS .

DEMONSTRATORS *. and all BOOKKEEPING MACHINES. \;
Steer a; course for action- '
Make Avis your first port o' ...PLUS all other office, skills. .
call and feel free again to

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AVIS OLSTEN'S OF JACKSONVILLE I .
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CECIL FIELD: NASi FLORIDA NATIONAL' BANK BLDG., SUITE *OJ, PHONES. JSI-WI '.
Base Service Station Corner Enterprise and Keiley 1
Phone 771.3211 Ext.392 Phone 772.2896 .


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I Wells Is only 43>I years of age and resides In the Green Cove Springsarea
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Recently aboard the USS AMERICA In the, Gulf of Tonkin, three ::.r<
Good Conduct Medals and one Navy Achievement Medal were handed ift
out. From leftto right are ADJ1 Grover Pitts, AE1 James Hobbs, AE2

Baker,
Apolonla Anino Bongabong
reenlisted for an additional TWO !\ >
1 I 11
years, putting him well on his
EDWARD F. CONNELL way toward the 20 year mark. q.
CDR Gilmore presided and
congratulated him upon his y P

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'72 CORVETTE.CPE..AHUUTMI.HMMI, ........... ... $6387
73 CAPRICE CONV. UADtD.II..n.d,...... ,"........._ $5387 in:#i 6425 NORWOOD AVE PHONE 744-241 J

72 CHEVELLE MALIBU IONOLEUCEETIAIB..R$3387 ....:':.:.:.:')...................................................................................................;. ......,....... .. :->>:'.J.!..'l:l,
72 PONTIAC GRAND SAFARI wI.unsnao _$4187 ::::::::::::%Y.::::':ti::{:::}:::ti: :::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::;:::::;:;:::;:;::::Q:.:;..::::..: krii=::-m ti.:..:Y}::}}rrtii'i: tititiSSQ : :: Ii +

71 PONTIAC GRANDVILLE lIADtDIIICt. _.....,...... $3287

71 CHEYENNE Vi TON fLlUlIDtAIRAUTI._.... .,...$3687
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72 CHEV, MONTE CARLO MMnnmt... .3787 \i

72 VEGA HATCHBACK AIRAUTIPS.. ..._..._....2087 AG \

71 DODGE / TON'VAN .EUN.CE. 3387 I
72 CHEV. IMPALA 4Ow.OTAIAAUTS.-- 2987 iI 1

72 CHEV NOVAAOArsAUTo.rssus., __..._..;._-.... 2887 "

-72 CHEVELLE UII.YIAIIIIUTOPS........ ...._..__ 3087 AhoGENERAtP>EuCTRIC

71 HONDA 350 CYCLE IPECIAL,......._"...._.-487 KflOEHUR U ZBOY BRQOKWOOD. WESTERN!

71 BSA 650 CYCLE (WEEKEND meiu) _.__ 487

71 MONTE CARLO tomo. ____...3087 MODERN COLONIAL
3PC. BAR SET ROCKER
1912 CHEV.IMP.ui.Mi,**._ '3587 1913 CHEY MALIBU*.*.-t.,. _'3581 Comfortobl 4

1912 MALlBU4* .,...wi t.-'3387 1911 YEGA2.1IMsIIftt_'1187 With man all beautiful rods.
1972 CHEV.IMP 2*......___'3487 1970 OPEL RAUYKAOETbnckN_'1287 I i gold lint trim Danny L. Quinn received
1970 CHEY.IMP.2t.SiltlAl) _'2187 1910 FORD MAVERICK.,..tM_'1287 on Mat the and arm rungs.Suptr ., congratulations from CDR JohnF.
1911 CHEY.IMP.CIM..rs.'l*_'2287 1911 OPE12..hl\flltalsecIll_'1187 Donahue, Commanding Officer -
1912 CHEY.IMP.t*.UK, !.*._'3587 1971YW BUS to '2481 of Attack Squadron Seventy-
1910 CHEV. CAPRICE......**_'2487 1969 BUICK SKYLARK AIII.ir_'1787 / QQ95aee Two, **.*n he reenlisted for

1912CHEY.IMPse.rwmnt.3487 |S69CEY[ .IMP.Ie.arx.t.PS1681 M FIVE IS years.

1972 CREY.IMP......,....,._'3487. t970CAMAROi' .*i,iMi1971CHEV.KINGSWOOOstiuM_'2687 .
au.carp.
1972 CHEV.IMP.2* i.1.3581 _'3481 ...w ur.+s 7
1972 CNEY MALIBU.*:*.._t_'3187 1970 CHEV.KINGSWOOD(d..... _'2687 Umlnattd .
High pressure turl ctt 026A
1972 PONTIAC LEMANS i*,...._'3581 1969 FORD MUSTANG MI./ae _1681 Stain and burn ,.alatl"'.. V+
2-ldd" JO"' bar ttoolt
1972 OLDS CUTLASS 2.ir..I1._'3587 1971 FORD TORINO i*.-.t., _...'2487
1971 PONT.T-3j*........"'.*'.'2787 1972 CHEY.CAPRICE**..M<._,'3981 fb BOSTON
I i 1911 BUICK RIYIERA HIM.*,tn. *'4287 1964 CHEY U.II..SSkt .. ..'787 ROCKER
: 1910PONT.C.Ti.si.e.i.sle.2081. 1972 NOVAMi9.HKik.tM. _",.'2681 All hardwood
1969 MERCURY CyCLONE...*..*, 9 1687 1970 KINGSWOOD ttIM s..a,..ItMy '2487 : otra Construction aturdi"for,,,.
OCHEYElLEut.....Kw_'1787 1911 PLY R.RUNNER*,!** *.._'2481 IF. Salem.MapUFinl.h.
1961 tHEY IMP a..II.u.t,! ,. _'1387 1967 CORVETTE cm...P.,.._'2687
1969 AlPHA ROMEO ".'IIM 111797 1972 CORVETTE c ,MW.*. --'5687 95
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DOUBLE PEDESTAL DESK
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I bottom drawers are lilt drawers,
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: HOME FURNISHING :CENTERS Commendation for
Home Owned&Operated by Thomas Walker meritorious service while serving
HIWAY 17at KINGSLEY AVE ORANGE PARK Ph 2444142 with Attack Squadron One
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Exam to., REA Schedules


Schedule Christmas PartyJaxThe


AnnouncedJax z ,Y, Retired Enlisted Association (REA) and

P Ladies Auxiliary will hold their adult Christmas Party
-The February 1973 Navy
wide examinations will start the "ct Dec. 20 at 7:30: p.m. in Bldg. 593.

last week in January The H /I"I All retired enlisted personnel are invited to attend.

schedule is as follows: A For reservations, call Mr. Harrell, REA president, at

Thursday, Jan. 25: Steward PA I 771.7413 or Mrs. Taylor, Ladies Auxiliary president, at
third class through chief steward a JVp 17.'

Tuesday, Feb. 6: Petty officer 7719181.
third class. :

Thursday, Feb. 8: Petty officer as


second first Tuesday class.class.,Feb. 13: Petty officer ya, r : :i- a e


Thursday, Feb. 15: Chief petty
officer.

The following are some item:
of interest to personnel taking the

exams: NAVY COMMENDATION MEDAL-Lt. Clifton H. Acre (Right) Is TRANSMISSIONS
1. Commencing with the February Edward Doherty,
presented the Navy Commendation Medal by Cdr.
1973 the CPO exam
exams,
Commanding Officer of VP24.
for all active duty personnel will
be given on an annual basis THE AAMCO WRITTEN CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEEThis
been rebuilt by the licensed
(There, will be no August CPC transmission has
exam cycle). AAMCO Dealer issuing this certificate utilizing the
2. Rating Qualification.Blblio- AAMCO "CAR OWNERSHIP" Assembly Set. This

graphy sheets pertaining to the certificate guarantees the transmission and torque

February and August 1972 I converter (if your car has a torque converter) against
examinations are being distributed ,I : failure of material and workmanship. It will be
to all commands. These r I, licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer
honored by any
sheets list both current qualifications t'h 1 1a 1j for as long as you own this car, provided that it is
and current bibliography
Transmission
AAMCO
licensed
delivered to
any
for each rating. If you haven'!
Dealer in the United States annually for service within y
seen one, ask your Educational
of the Service Date indicated below. The
Service Office about this very 30 days
useful information. charge for annual service is $13.75 payable at the

3. The RM (E-5 through E-91) time of service, and it covers the replacement of

exams have been upgraded ir transmission fluid and all preventive adjustments. r
classification from confidential FREE TOWING at no extra charge ONE DAY SERVICE
to SECRET NOFORN. All available ,in most cases FREE 19 point Multi Check
members are encouraged tc FINANCING available if necessary with approved credit r,

study cryptography equipment TRANSMISSIONS
AAMCO
operation instruction manuals,
memoranda and other registered e
publications. 5300. Philips Hwy, 737-3535

4. Due to a change in policymembers ,
who possess an ap NEW BARS FOR BATMENVp.24 acquired three new JAYGEE 1839 N Main St. 355-7671
proved Fleet Reserve date or who as Cdr. Edward Doherty, squadron CO, performed promotlo
have submitted a request for ceremonies.: Shown (L-R) are Cdr. Doherty and newly-promoted Lti
transfer to the Fleet Reserve arc ([lg| ) Earl L. Simpkins, Jr; Howard W. Hamilton and James R. Allen

eligible to participate in the a

February 5. An overall exams. performancemark

average of not less than 3.( WILSON Pmitiac $1': O';
is required for advancement ell ; >

gibility. 100% GUARANTEED USED CARS
.
6. Check your eligibility factors .
72 PONTIAC CATALINA4dr.H.T.equipped '
on your examination WORK 72 PONTIAC GRANDVILLB with Will
SHEET. Inaccurate information /d r.H.T.,equipped trans.alr I cond.with,. P.S.P.B.turbo hydramatlcalrP.S.P.B.auto get you I
cond V T.&Radlo.Save up to
could possibly prevent you from P.W.P.S.&Radlo.Two to select Sl200'Ol; lnally sold for
being advanced.I from.Save up to $1900.Originally $4971.Priced for you at just- :
I sold for $5876.90.Startlng now at 1

lust. '$3995 $3783 $50.:0: :

72 PONTIAC CATALINA BROH ::
I CorrectionJax I 72 PONTIAC CATALINA BRGH 2dr.H.T.equipped with
4drHT.equlpped with P.S..P.Bturbo hydramatlc, air '
P.S.P.B.avto transalr cond.,. condRally Whee ,VT.&AM.FMp.W.&Radlorwo
The article in last I to select Stereo Radio.Save up to I I

weeks issue of the Jax Air sold from for Save$5180 up.76.Startlng to $1900.Originally now at $5264$1300.Originally.90.Priced to go at sold lust. for

News dealing with the '""' $3495 $3967

arrival of the "Batmen" of 72 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 2
72 PONTIAC LEMANS H.T., equipped with Trie"1Ckib
VP-24, mistakenly called I 2drHT.equIPpid with dr.P.S.P.B.turbohydramaticair
, them the "Eagles". 4 P.S.P.Biakjto trans.alr con. cond. V.T., Rally II Wheels,
d&radlo.Flvttoselectfrom.Save P.W.8,AM.FM Radio.Save up to$428&90.Starting
: A merger with VP-lfc up to $1300.Originally sold for $1200. 'Orla. sold for 546405.
now at|lust.
was not part of the $4264

Welcome Aboard activities $2995 '
BONNEVILLE 4d .
72 PONTIAC !
and the Jax Air 72 BUICK SKYLARK equipped with P.\: P.B, turbo
News regrets the error.MOON 2drH.T.equipped with hydramatlc,air CC.'M.p.W., P.S.,
.,
air
trans
P.S.P.B.auto select V.T. 84 Radio. Save up to $1200.
dltlon,& radio.Three to
from.Save up to $1200.Originally $4296sold
for $4392.05.Starting now a
I lust.: 72 PONTIAC ORANDVILLE4dr I
$3195 .H.T..equipped with
p1 P.S.P.B.turbo hydramatic.air P Put a little away in the
72 PONTIAC LUXURY cond.,P.W..P.S.,tlt! wheelpower
I LEMANS 4dr.H.T. locks.v T..AM.FM Stereo Christmas Club each
with P.S.p.B.auto.trans.alr Radio.Save over$1600.Originally
cond.VT.8Radlo.Save up to sold for $6610.19.Save lots at |lust week. Come next
$1000.Originally sold for 4987 I 4! November you'll have
i $ 73.Prlced. to go at lust$3757
of money.
plenty merry
,'fl PHNT.equ RANOVwLh

sedan.equlpped 72 PONTIAC CATALINA with P.S.P.B.4dr.,. condo P.S.P.B..turbo.W.,V. T.hydramatic.air,R ally II WESTSIDE
MULLINSLCdr. turbo hydramatlcair con. Wheels&AM FM Stereo
dlradioSave up to S1300.Sold Radio.Save over$1200.Originally ,
( USN, Ret.) originally for $4907.36.Save lots sold for $575505.Ready to go at fJani
'lust. $4488 .
$3608
IS HAPPY TO BE BACK AT

: Claude' Nolan i 4328 BLANDIMG BLVD. AT HARLOWJACKSONVILLEFLORIDA32210

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ID Cards ImportantTo : J TRAFFIC


I Dependents, TooJax L VIOLATIONSJax


-One of the most valuable Also important t to Navy depen b,1 The following is a report
dents the medical benefits of motor vehicle accidents and
items a member of your family are
available. Two which ,rnd i traffic violations the period of
may receive is DD Form 1173- programs
the dependent's ID card This fall into this category are the Nov. 27 Dec. 3,
serves as the holder's entitlementto Uniform Services Health Number of Accidents
a wide variety of Navy privi Benefits Program (USHBP) and .T. This Period 14
leges and benefits, and Navy the Civilian Health and-Medical This Period a year ago 8
Exchanges and Commissariesrank Program of Uniform Services .' Total accidents this year 380
near the top of the list. (CHAMPUS). ; r Total accidents through this
8is0uick p
These facilities afford Navy period last year 336
people the opportunities to stretch Of course, everyone has per- Total number of days since last
their dollars and yet pur- sonal problems from time to time I r injury in a motor vehicle accident
chase top quality merchandise. and Navy people are not excep- r ; 1e 33
tions. Help and--r advice in this fit,.,,,, j} Number of days since an injury
area is available from several THANKSGIVING BASKETS Efforts and contributions by the last year at this time 163
BlackHistory sources. Some of these are: NDRC staff and residents provided four needy families with a Traditional Number of Violations
chaplains, legal assistant officers Thanksgiving meal with all the trimmings. Track III* Rehab This Period 57
Navy Relief Society, 61 and other residents and staff contributed$140 to purchase the food Speeding 5
American Red Cross, housing baskets. Navy Relief served as the clearing house agency for the Reckless driving 0
referral offices, Navy Wives project. Going through stop sign 6
Clubs, Family Services Centers, Other Violations 46

etc. Galley Offering Seventeen drivers appeared
CourseJax Yet another item in the great before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
wealth of Navy dependent Dec.7,Disposition of the cases

-A weekly course in benefits is that of schooling. Christmas Dinner included the following:
American Practically every Navy family One lost driving and parking
Afro Historyand shore aboard the station for
with orders to overseas privileges
Culture to 1877 will be duty wonders what finds of Jax Enlisted personnel and their guests are invited various periods; Seven were

offered onboard NAS Jax schools are available. The answer to have Christmas Dinner at Galley One. assigned to complete) &n eight.

beginning Jan. 11. is simple. Each of the military For planning purposes, please make your reser hour course in remedial driving;
Classes will be held departments is responsiblefor vatic/is not later than Dec. 21 by calling Ext. 3302 or nine received suspensions; three
Thursday night operating schools in geogra 3659. were given warnings; one was
every phical areas assigned by the dismissed; thirteen were fined
from 7-10 p.m. in Hangar the of Meal hours will be from 1.5 p.m.
Office of Secretary (U.S. Magistrate); and ten were
1000, Room 240.Registration Defense. The menu: Golden Roast Turkey, Baked Virginia referred to commanding officersfor

will be Jan. Perhaps you have a child approaching Ham, Brown Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, bandied possible disciplinary action.
4-5 at any Florida Junior college age. He or she Sweet Potatoes, Au Gratin Cauliflower, Cranberry Thirteen drivers were assessed

College campus. may be eligible to compete for Sauce, Chef's Salad, Mexican Cole Slaw, NAS Salad thirty-four traffic points.

Cost of the course will be scholarships which have been Bar, Assorted Salad Dressings, Fruit Cake, Strawberry
$25.50 with tuition aid made available to dependents of Chiffon Pie, "Christmas" Cake, Ice Cream, Hard
and Coast CAREFUL
available. Navy Guard, Marine members.Corps Candy, Mixed Nuts, Hot Dinner Rolls, "Holiday" FrUit ,
SHEILA/THERE'
unch.
Last, but not least, Navy I
dependents have a wide varietyof ARE LIMITS TO
recreational facilities at their QUESTIONS SECUJZJTDESPITe
,
\ I
facilities
disposal. These come
under the Navy's Special Ser- 1 THE
ABOUTIOANS?
vices program.. New, LIBERAL

If you're looking for more DoD SECURITY
details on these or other depen- WiliANitfERTHEWlNo
dent benefits, you might consult REC ,200.-R, ( /
the December 71-January '72 ( No sales
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Before you borrow, there may be questions weighing on
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courteous answers, call us today. We won't ask your nameor
talk shop unless you want us to.

S a Dial FinanceWe
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of commissioning.VP24 .
wa nicknamed the Bat Squadron" after participating! in the testing
first fully automatic guided missle to be used
1' and development of the"Bat"-the
successfully in combat'by any nation.
The Bat has followed the aircraft of VP-24 for 30 years,from PBY's and P2V'sto
the Navy's most advanced ASW platform-the P-3C.
Even Gotham City's most illustrious citizen has hailed VP-24 as one of the
foremost antisubmarine warfare Patrol Squadrons in the United States today.

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DECEMBER 14, 1972 JAX AIR NEW.s.L".TWINGER .. _
-- Promotions
Merit
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rY have been advertised under the
CIVILIAN HIGHLIGHTSJAX Jax Merit Promotion Program
since our last issue:
Supervisory Production
CIVILIAN MENUMonday Controller (Aircraft),GS-11(116-(
72)), Closing Date: Dec. 18
,Dec.18 Office Services Supervisor
Puddings.
Minestrone Soup, Pork Cutlets ( 1 (Typing), GS-342.0S (117-72),
,Dec.20 Open continuously, First Cut:
with Barbeque Sauce, Brisket of Wednesday
Beef with Cabbage, Swiss Steaks Vegetable Soup Fried Chicken, Dec. 18.Employees.
with Mushroom Gravy, 7 oz. Macaroni and Meat Sauce, Liver are urged to look
Chopped Sirloin. with Onions, 7 oz Chopped for the Merit Promotion An-
French Fried Potatoes, Sirloin, Fish Cakes with Slaw. nouncements on the official
Mashed: Potatoes, Rice and French Fried Potatoes, bulletin boards in their work
Gravy, String Beans, Blackeyes, Mashed Potatoes, Rice and areas at least once a week.
Beets. Gravy, Spinach, Green Limas, ,jI.( They are also encouraged to
Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad Stewed Tomatoes. ; contact the Employment Office,
Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit Tossed Salad, CombinationSalad COMPLETES 20-Mrs. Catherine O. Christofoll listens congratulatingher *s Capt. Ext. 3448, or the Hating Branch,
Cup, Plain Jello, Trait Jello, Chef Salad Bowl, Fruit William Carrier,Jr.,NATTC skipper, reads a citation Chrlstofoll has Ext. 2320 Civilian Personnel
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, for completing 20 years of Federal Service, Mrs.attached to the Department to inquire about
Cottage Cheese, Potato Salad, Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit worked at NATTC since September 1940 and Is' positions in which they are in-
Carrot and Raisin. Cottage Cheese, Waldorf Salad, curricular section of AE"A" School. terested.WE'RE -

Apple Pie, Pecan Pie, Beet and Onion. r
Chocolate Cake, Asserted Egg Custard Pie, StrawberryShort THAN
Puddings. Cake Apple Pie, Assorted MORE

Tuesday,Dee 19 Puddings.Thursday
Chicken Soup, Pan Roast Beef ,Dec.21
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Creole with Rice, Franks with Stew, Braised Pork Chops with
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The problem' of electing. the should make noise, require action Highlights
right toy for children in various and the use of the hands,
age groups has long been The child between these ages
one of the many frustrations likes toys to push, pull ride on
Jax Ten Marines of the
facing Christmas shoppers. and climb on. Again, toy for MATSG command were
children this must bo too
and age
'to case that dilemma presented Meritorious Mast
large to be swallowed.
help guarantee smiling faces on Suggestion: sheets by MATSG Commanding
Santa's big day, the Army and LtCol
balls and blocks tr Officer, D.A. Teichmann,
Air Force Exchange Service swings and teetertottersdolls 1 for the outstanding job they did in
has offered several tips to con. preparation this year's Marine
that talk and wet
alder before joining the throne. simple musical instruments Corps Ball The event, termed by
of AAFES toyland shoppers. crayons, chalk and finger paints many as the best they had attended
Toys for infants to children wagons, wheel barrows and : ,was successful, states the
2 years old should be too largeto pedal toys' masts, "due to efforts of the
be swallowed, have smooth doll accessories and small doll -i1 hardworking Marines".
surfaces, be lightweight, colorful carriages The ten were, 1st Sgt. O.W.
free of sharp points and simple dress-up clothes Mueller, Master Sergeant M.A.
corners and easily cleaned. picture books \," .."... .t1 Walker, GySgts P.E. Currie,
Since a child places objects In housekeeping toys RETIRED AFTER 30-AMSC"OE.: Mey-: piped ovtrtht lid at F.W. Alford, H.E. Mayes, and
its mouth, paint must be harm- The kindergarten child, 4 to fi AIMD as he completes a 30-year Navy career. During his years of R.D. Lipka, SSgts J.A. Fisher
less-non-toxic. years, is still interested! in active service, Chief Meyer served aboard eight aircraft carrier. and J.R.D. Roy and Sgts R.
Suggestion: .physical play. Johnson and D.F, Hamilton.A .
rattle and chime toys Suggestion: FDA Urges Fire Safety MATSG Marine, SSgt Robert
soft stuffed animals and dolls simple' gym equipmentdolls W Cavanaugh, was presented a
sand toys and things to pound and accessories The Food and Drug AdminIs- Problem areas identified d ,by a personal letter from Major
and bang cash registers and telephonescars ", tration has urged manufacturers FDA Injury Study Team Included General R.P. Keller, Com-
blocks to handle carry around and trucksconstruction of Christmas decorationsused easily broken glass orn. manding General Marine Corps
and pile up. toys in the home to correct po- aments, exposed lighting circuits Development and Education
Toys for 2to 4-year-olds doctor and nurse sets tential fire and electric hazardsin flammable decorations and Command, Quantico, Virginia,
should be easy to understand wheel toys, wagons and acooternpaints preparation for the 1972 trees, both ;synthetic and real, for his outstanding achievementwhile
drawing, wearing and classified fire the Staff Noncommissioned
and simply constructed. The" sewing sets Christmas season. which may be as attending
Officials of the Toy Manufac hazards. While the TMA does Officer Academyin
turers' Association and representatives not represent the natural Quantico.
r: !! All of FDA's Bureau of Christmas ttee industry, it was SSgt Cavanaugh finished as the
ROLESALEP RICENEW Product Safety met early this agreed that a public education number 1 man in his class of 146
year to discuss identification of program is needed to alert the Marines.The letter further states
problem areas, consumer education public to potential fire hazards. that Cavanaugh's name would bea

& USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES ,programs, redesign of products Synthetic tree manufacturersare permanent fixture on. the
NEW USED TV SETS and the need for safety developing safety standards Commanding. General's Honor
c'' NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES standards. Prior to the Wash. as to flammability. List.
NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERSAIR ington meeting, 60 representatives The Consumers' Insurance In. Sergeant James R. Edwards,
CONDITIONERSMrs. of 50 Christmas decoration formation Bureau reported 50 MATSG's student SRB NCOIC,
t..m..7 p.m.Come In I Browse manufacturers and importersmet fatalities from fires involving was awarded his first good

3 3rti in New York and agreed to decorations during the 1970 conduct medal by LtCol D.A.
{ meet with FDA to see how they Christmas season. Annual sale Teichman.Edwards is serving in
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Jrtt "10150 js might develop a program to of Christmas decorations has his second enlistment and a
eliminate potential hazards. been estimated at 'Si billion second year at MATSG.
_.. GySgt's Joseph Roy and
Ronald A. Knight were recently
promoted to their present ranksat

Don't let r,Warr, .' MATSG. GySgt Roy Is the
problems
money Marine Mess Chief at the NAS
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performance. have the
your MOTORS& CYCLES CO. been attached to
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19., Jax-President Nixon has / m y'r
slapped the civilian employee
Executive Branch Agencies witha
promotions and hirings freeze.It .
became effective Dec 11, RIAS
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Navy message dated Dec. H ). "'I,
1.'l' .(f pIr The message states that there I
r'- were to be no exceptions to the '1
freeze unless it was essential to .
preserve!!: human life and safety, -'("
to protect property, to preservethe ; ,
continuity of government or ADVICE FOR THE, FUTURE-Mr. Edward Donahue briefs military
for emergency situations. Even personnel on Veterans Administration services for retired veterans as
under these circumstances any other civilian leaders look on. The speeches were part of a Transition
request for an exception to the class held last week in conjunction with the Civilian Employment
freeze must be submitted through Assistance Program.
command channels to,the Office
of Navy the Assistant Secretary of the New Cards Available ..

The President's Freeze will For
remain in effect until the releaseof Magic Kingdom

... ':" the 1974 budget in January.The .
.. : freeze is to be relaxed then, Jax-The 1973 Walt Disney Magic Kingdom Club
'., lut only to the extent permitted
''l'\..' by the revised goals for membership cards are now available at the Special
spending
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HONORS- Cdr. James B. Kramer (Left, VP-56's budget Old cards expire Dec.31,1972.The .
new skipper shares the ceremonial cake-cutting honors with the
cards entitle you to discount tickets at Disney
squadron's outgoing CO, Cdr. H. P. Fillingane.
.,. World and are valid until Dec. 31, 1973. '

Cdr. Kramer At Helm

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As New Dragons COJax ( 'j .. N, '
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relieved Cdr. Hulon P FAA APPROVED
Cdr. James B. Kramer
Fillingane Tuesday as Commanding Officer of VP-56 i ir PRIVATECOMMERCIAL FREE!

ceremonies at Hangar 1000. e MULTI-ENOINE
INSTRUMENT a INSTRUCTOR
Cdr. Kramer reported to the the former Patricia Petry of"Dragons" rf VAAPPROVED For Limited Time
In November 1971 Champaign, Ill, have six COURSES AVAILABLE Only
Sir, Sergeant Brinner thinks he'scome
reside in
after a, period of refresher children and Orange
training In the P-3C Orion airPark. up with I way to make HERLONG AVIATION. INC.
Cdr. Fillingane will remain in those December PCS orders alifts.
the
craft flown squadron.
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OFF NORMANDY
He served as Executive Officer the Jacksonville area on the Staff 1 more palatable .
for one year prior to assuming of FAW-11. -
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Morrison's Mobile Unit: Closed Dec. 18 thru Jan. 1 :

Civilian Cafeteria, Bldg. 2: Closed Dec. 26 thru Jan. 1 m Jf' WEEKDAYS,MONDAY thru SATURDAYS 2AM : s
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'Space A'
FJC To Telecast .

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New Ecology Course a RegulationsChanged


JaxFlorida Junior College at Jacksonville (FJC), in

cooperation with Channel 7,-will offer a 3-hour televised Changes in "space available"

credit course in ecology beginning Jan. 9, according to regulations, which include higher
Bill Vockell, instructor of Biology at Cumberland precedence air travel benefits

Campus' and.. coordinator__.._ __ of, the program.. } for active duty military person-
---- w -- ---- in effect.
nel, have been placed
Vockell said the course is Ecology Crisis Two major changes are In-
patterned after a successful The documentary will not be a cluded In the Department of Defense -
program offered by Miami-Dade lecture-type presentation, new Regulation 4515.13.
last Vockell emphasized but is instead -
Community College year. One change establishes a new
The ecology course will be an up-to-date, interesting and lower category for retired -
shown on the educational treatment of topics of current active duty personneland
television channel from 6:30: to 7p.m. ecological interest. retired reservists who have
on Tuesday and Thursday Students enrolling for the reached age 60.
evenings with the Tuesday course will be required to be on The other change reverses the
telecast presenting an overviewof campus only three times duringthe precedences of college student
the week's topic and term-to register, to take a
dependents with active duty per.
Thursday's session offering a mid-term exam and a third timeto
sonnet on leave and their de
panel of knowledgeable people at take a final test .
the state and local level con Cost of the course is the pendents.The
students now in category -
are
cerned with the particular topic standard $8.50 per semester houror
3 and active duty personnelon
I being discussed that week. $25 for the course.
Cockell said that the ecology For information on CAREER ENDS AT NATTC-AECS John E. O'Sullivan, Jr., and his leave and their dependentsare
course, entitled "Man and His registration, contact the wife Dorothy,are piped over the side at NATTC as he completes a 30- in category 2 international for apace
Environment", is modeled on the Registrar's Office at Cumberland year Navy career. Chief O'Sullivan was the supervisor of Phase Two available travel on
state-wide course ECY-201, "The Campus, 384-6531. at NATTC's AE"A" School. flights. "
Under terms of "space A,
passengers are selected by category -
with all of those in the
lower numbered categories beIng
given transportation before
those in the higher numbered

1 categories.
Category 1 is unaffected by
the changes. This designation is
reserved for emergency travel,
on a round-trip basis, in connection -
with serious illness, death,
:
or impending death of a memberof
the immediate family of certain
personnel. These include
employes of DoD or the Coast
I Guard stationed overseas and
SUREHEH dependents of military personnel .
\ or U.S. citizen employes of
-
DoD'or the Coast Guard for an
emergency in the U.S. when
both sponsor and dependent are
stationed overseas at the same
location. Active ,duty military
personnel on emergency leaveare
excluded from this category
because they are moved on
I space-required basis.

Retired personnel, both'retired
active duty and certain retired
The SURECHEK"moneybook"
reservists, are in category 4.
This is a new, and the lowest,
is fantasticfor category. Reservists' in this

class must be retired from ac.
Christmas shopping...and it's a tive duty for physical disability
without regard to length of

great new way of financing things you want service, or retired with 20 yearsor
more of active duty, or re

most anytime of the year! tired at age 60, and receiving

: retired or retained pay.


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The SURECHEK "moneybook" costs less to use HancockSalutes


than a credit card and you can use it


s EVERYWHERE!
P ,

zI Ladies

H .
Jax-Hancock Hall

starts something new

r tonight-"Ladies Night".

Every Thursday night,
prices will be reduced so

low that almost can't
they
) "' Call your Credit Union for a SURECHEK application today. .
; refuse to come out.- In

,',t, addition, Thursday is
I normally a band night.

f Jax Navy Federal Credit Union Ladies without ID cards

,p ', can obtain guest .card
,;',' ) applications at the club.
ROOSEVELT MALL ',. .... These will in turn be
.a PHONE 384.1391 NA$JAX, Bldg.3' NAS CECIL FIELD, Bldt.U ,
( 1 1 Hours Tel.387.5622 or Base Ext.2431 772-9894 or Base Ext.21S issued by Security.
'- : Mon.Frl.' AM.S:30PM:
t Sat.9AM.1PM Hours: Mon..Frl.9AM.4:30PM: Hours: Mon.FrI.8:30AM.3:30PM( : : Ladies Night will start at

7:30: p.m. Come stag or

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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING :

Publisher Movie Schedule
i .*-r uui.i nnn y_iCALL,--, > ,_.
:

NAS JAXAIRNEWS Jacksonville i! : '388-2759

AdS should be mailed to arrive not later than M Ml K HI HI n M HI ffi Hi HI

LATWINCER I Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publisltfd Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be Thursday,Dec 14 Sunday, Dec. 17

:I publisher II the InsYucted following week unless I the NAS: "DRIVE HE SAID" NAS: "CONQUEST OF THE

I I I i money order for the full otherwise.cost of the A ad check must be or Drama, Starring William Topper PLANET OF THE APES"

4747 San Juan Avenue i received WITH the copy for the ad. and Karen Black "R" (90 min.) Science Fiction, Starring Roddy

I RATE HOSPITAL: "HICKEY AND McDowell and Ricardo Mon-
Jacksonville ) minimum charted(
Florida lints
: Per additional line(4 words per line) ) ll.M.M BOGGS" Suspense, Starring Bill telban. "PG" (87 min.)

Cosby and Robert Culp. "PG"HI HOSPITAL: "TAKE THE

( min.) MONEY AND RUN"
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n .. .............,,;, ;, Friday,Dec. 15 Monday,Dec. 18

12x15 RED RUG FOR SALE MOBILE HOMES NAS: "DAUGHTERS OF NAS: "THE TRYGON

[ Fairly new and In good condition. $40. Live 'In one, rent other. App. $200 mo. SATAN" Horror, Starring Tom FACTOR" Drama, Starring

Call 772.7451. Dead Lake. 786-0712, 7714040. Selleck and Barra Grant. "R" ((90 Stewart Granger and Susan

RIDE WANTEDTo r min.) Hampshire. "PG" (90 min.)
WANTED
SALESMAN
at Florida Jewelers, 18 W. St. Louis or Chicago area. Will JUSTISS TRAILER PARK HOSPITAL"DRIVE HE SAID" HOSPITAL: "CONQUEST OF
Apply Forsyth St., 353-0625. share expenses 8 help drive. Want to 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS. Clean, Modern. THE PLANET OF THE APES"
leave on the 28th. Contact HM Tom trailers and Apts. 3893007.
Turner, Bks.,No. 2004 or call 772.3948. Saturday, Dec. 16
IMMEDIATEOPENINOS ,_ _
II.. "1 lalll.. NAS: "TAKE THE MONEY Tuesday,Dec. 19
and File
Steno's Bkp's
Typists, 'r: w
Clerks. No Fee No appt. Nec. Kelly It: if ii T AND RUN" Comedy, Starring NAS: "KING ELEPHANT"

Services, 531 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg. or !!!F ..,1tJ! !! it!! .._ Woo'dy Allen and Janet Documentary, Narrated by

Call 3540111. 1 ((96 min. David "G" min.
D 8'r 1.1' Margolin."PG" ) Wayne. (93 ) ..,..
NORMANDY 72 FIAT HOSPITAL: "DAUGHTERSOF HOSPITAL: 'THE TRYGONFACTOR" .
YOUR FEE PD. BY CO. ACRES 124 StationwagenLike /
MARKETING REP. 4 Miles west of Cecil Field. Road New, Phone 264-7906 SATAN".
TRAINEE TO$11,200 frontage, 2 to 20 Acre tracts. Land Is
International firm seeks Jr. Military the best Investment for the future. 70 MUSTANG MACH I
sales Other tracts available over southwest AC, 4spd, Dark green, Exc. Cond.,
officer with bus. deg. or profile.
Open for convenience 6 a.m.-JO
Call Jacksonville Call LIst-A-Car, 7240655.1M3HDTRIKE. your p.m.
Will be trained thoroughly. on
dealer accts. Training their salesmen Wynne,Realty of Florida
389.5514 389.8507 (D PICK-UP & DELIVERY
8 assisting solve their problems.
24" Extended Springer,Mags, Custom
Great poss. for advancement. FEE o ROAD
3BR,2B PRETTY seat, extras. Runs Good, $1500 or best SERVICED

PAID.JIM KING 8. ASSOCIATES Fenced yard,fruit$16,000.VANSANDTRealtor trees. very nice offer, Must sell, 264-8793. ) MECHANIC ,ON DUTY

438 Gulf Life Tower 3897371
II 1IlI1IIII 387-1213 '70 OLDS VISTA CRUISER Q AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARSxw'WXftwwxO'X'H'XWXtf'X'X'Xtt'X'X'X1

.. Christmas present for the wife.
.\\ y" ; { 1 BR BRICK HOME Reasonable offer accepted. 264-8735. ::: : : ::: : ::::::::: ::: ::::: :: :: :: ;::: ::::::::ii::.
CH&A, carpet, double fenced
/. garage I e 'S''K '
yard, In Orange Park. 1539 Bay Clr. '19 HARLEY 350 SPRINT I HILLunien
JA: E., 264.3239. helmet. Must : ilf!
AIRE LITE INDUSTRIES JAX Exc. cond., Including 1

Fabrication In rescreening, window QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY sell. $350. 7720709. ::: ::

screens, screen doors, patio 8. pool Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. 'TORONADO :f
%
enclosures, free, aluminum estimates.roofs Owned& carports & Edward O.Lyon, Broker 389-0361 Exc.shape. Loaded.$2300. :1 SERVICE CENTER 111
772-0510 of Cecil ext.408 or 409
operated; by: Norman T. A6rams, WE BUY& SELL EQUITIESCall !; ::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::ii:::::::::::;::::::;::::::::::: :::::::
UbN! retired, Paul Tinney,2568 Edison
Ave., 3841242.A us for Quick service '71 KAWASAKI MT1 CYCLE I03rd& Jammcj Road Phone 771.9156VOtKSWAGEN
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. 75 CC, Good cond., 3 spd.Auto. clutch,
recorded message by 454)Wesconnett Blvd. $150. Call 7251291.
SCOTT EDWARDSTells 771-3052 737-3864
you how to be a U"CAMERO
DISC JOCKEY MIDDLE8URG AREA 327. 3-Spd", 4 Barret, Clean, $1200.,
call 355.2944 any hour. Approved for 1 acre Mobile Home tracts In Sunny. Call 772-1027 after 7PM.;'
veterans. Columbia School of side Farms. Call 264.2086.
Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY 11M
affiliate with CBS, Inc. Course by QUICK MOVE-IN Used VW's, compacts, other forelgr:
home study. 3 BR, LR, DR, Ige. kit., Cen. Heat & makes. Astro Motors 6566 Normand)
Air, Garage. Fen. Yd. 6122 Autlan Blvd. 7814978.WITHOUT. f:SSti. f .

NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO Drive.
Consoles, some with AM.FM, tape MACCLENNYNew
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate Brick homes, 3 8.4 BR's, CH&A, 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781.5511
,stock. Full warranty I Phone 771.0409. WW carpets. Kit. equip. Gar. On Ige. Open Dally 8 to 8:30-Saturday: 8 t05.Sunda'y 1 to 6 PM

CRABS lots.Complete list of VA and FHA re-sales ADVERTISINGYOU 12 VW CAMPER 7,000 miles, Pop Top, Tent $3895

Wilford's LIVE Fish Camp. D.J.LOSTUMBO, Realtor 389.2331 WOULDN'T KNOW VWSUPER BEETLE R&H,6,000miles $2195
1731 Cassat Avenue
249707 72 VW SUPER BEETLE AT, AC, Warranty $2595'
HOME NEAR NAS
TYLER'S HEATING*AIR COND. Patio 71 VW SUPER BEETLE Auto, R&H $2095
4BR, IVfr' baths, Carpets, Pool, ,
Central & Wall Furnaces, space
heaters, cleaned & repaired. Blt.-In. Appliances. $32,500. 3888269. 71 VWSUPER BEETLE AM-FM, Low Milage $1995

lakeshore 4711 Palmer, 3885161. CHANCE OF A LIFETIME 70 VW SEDAN R&H, AC, AT $1795
Opportunity for Immediate profit and
.
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER a potential of $20,000 and up as a 70 VW SEDAN R&H $1695
of$5.a .
Responsible party take up pmts.
poultry grower. Be your own.boss. 20
month. Call dealer. 7728936.WANTED.ORIENTAL 69 VW SEDAN R&H $1595
acres, 4504' x 30' houses, 64M
COINS capacity, automatic feeders and
68 VW SEDAN R&H $1395
771-6496 or write Asiatic Coins, K 0. waterers, Egg processing house and
Box 30353. Jax. 32230. coolng: room. Modern 3 Bdrm. house, I 66 VW SEDAN R&H, New Paint $995
2 deep wells, 1 mobile home space.
RIVERSIDE DAY CARE CENTER Profit from broilers now growing. DEER SPRINGS 71 VW FASTBACK R&H $2195
Nursery thru Kindergarten, week. Many extras. 912.384-3678 after 6 PM.
days. 3887689. Douglas, Ga. $48,500. ESTATES 69 VW FASTBACK R&H, AT, AC7lVWSQUAREBACKAutoR&H $1895

...ATKEYSTONE $2595
COUCH & CHAIR HEIGHTS ..
Wooden frame with 6 cushions In MOBILE HOMESITESCLYDE 69 VW CAMPER Pop Top, R&H $2595
couch & 2 In chair. Just right for the
den 8. In good cond. Call.772.9165 and W. SIMPSON CO. 71 KARMANN GHIA R&H $2295

make offer aft. 6 P.M. ORANGE PARK REALTOR 356.6849 69 KARMANN GHIA R&H, AT $1695
2 BR Apts. Furn. or unfurn., Dish. .
EXPENSE PAIDTRIPTo asher, Drapes, Carpets. Elizabeth, 70 VW FASTBACK ATR&H $1995
and from Greensboro, N.C. for Apts.771-1405 or 7713355.
reliable person military preferred). 70 VW BUS Deluxe R&H $2495

Pick up 1971 Plymouth Sattellte and GIVE US A CALL FOR LOOKINGFORA 71 VW DELUXE BUS AC, R&H $2795
drive back to Jacksonville. For
Rental of Property "
details call 7720288.DATING Edward Quick 0.Lyon,your Broker 389.0361 71 VW BASIC CAMPER R&H $3095 '

BY COMPUTERFor Extra Sharp
Fun, friendship, or marriage. For
unmarried adults only. Send name, WILMAR APARTMENTSAir NEW 67 CHEVY CAPRICE R&H $1095
Conditioned, 2 t.'droom.Living '
address 8. age in confidence to C.S.I., $1095
67
VW SEDAN R&H
room, Kltche, Brfst. ne'*, parking
P. O. Box 6264 Jacksonville, Fla. 32205. CAREER?
space for 2 cars, K.,tor, sewage,
garbage, lawn service./ Furnished- Nice Selection of other Model VW's
XMAS TREESCut $120., Unfurnished.$100., plus 4 per; If you qualifyand
or alive 50c per" foot. Mr. R. G. weekends, 389, willing to work
cent sales tax.387-2541 are

-765.5385 Graves,,10033 Dinsmore.- Kings Rd. Jax 32219 Call 0744 ___ It Is earn possibleto In excess of 700 % GUARANTEE!


2BR FURN.APT. $20,000 per year We gave them the VW 16-point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
NEED DRIVING HELP NAS 8. Cecil within 3-5 years.
Near we tuned up, tightened,and replaced everything that needed It.
Leaving for Pa.- 122272. Need help $75. mo. 771-0348 And guaranteed them 100 for the
percent repair or replacement of all
Management training program ,
driving. Call 387.3566 before 5PM
weekdays. "" starting salary negotiable. Call major! mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
double check.
Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn, U.S.
OFFICER'S. UNIFORMSSize ; E\ \} :; NavyRetired( ), Sales Manager .* ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
42. Blues & Whites, All ac ..: with Metropolitan Life Insurance ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYStEMDECEMBER

cessorles. Very good condition. Musty Company at telephone number.
' y sell. Make offer, 3965320. '71 NEW YORKER ,356-2621 If Interested.
12x60 2BR, W-W carpet, CH&A, W.D.compl. .
KENMORE ELEC. DRYER 10'x7' UNI. shed.
Brand new$100.77H757 furn., plus r
Call 771-6795.
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slow-burning Reindeer, dimpled angels, and : .. "..... :. .;:.' ; -::AGE:;::..:{::6:35:;';::'" :?':;.: './ .: .

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No matter what its size or an Fa l3 mo.fILITARY .

shape, the candle, a source of t I

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rates a place with the Christmas ttN BENEFIT ASSOCIATIONUNDERWRITTEN
tree and "Auld Lang Syne," the INSTRUCTOR ADVANCED-AOes
School Instructor Anthony Militello, an AO"8" BY
I National Geographic Society Is congratulated
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NATTC CO,alter Capt. mlllam Carrier Jr., M0NYThe i
ays. being advanced to his present rank.V .
The traditional light has comea MUTUAL Life Insurance Company of NEW YORK
long way since some ingenious PLEASE BRING THIS COUPON MARV BLACKMORE/ NICK NICHOLS
ancient discovered that he could 358.1141 or 771.3007 358.1843 or 264.2454

coat a fibrous wick with fatty f.Explrel ,.

substances'and produce a light .
superior to pitch knots or SEE THE NEW

grease-soaked reeds. Dee.2oth 2 f 0 r 1 SIZES ALL ROLLING HILLS C-16 TODAY

Ordinarily, candles brighten 1
some homes every night of the % Buy One PIZZA Get One FREEl|
GOOD ONLY AT
"A candle," says one glow- '
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Ing enthusiast, is the necktieof
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Few things in use today are ,,
as old as candles. The ancient I
Greeks made them by dipping rERTE1REE, A

papyrus or hemp impregnatedwith
sulphur into liquid tallowor
beeswax. The Romans Improved -

the Grecian candles by

using solidified oils. .
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In Colonial America, genera + e A
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grant candles from bayberries.The .

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Candles have long been usedin $ "
rituals and ceremonies. The r MODEL CM
ass lit 2You'll
Old Testament mentions both 2..t
GARAGE
love the gracious front
candles and candlesticks. Pres- ',' porch, spacious entrance foyer

ent-day churches are the larg- and the huge family room In this
est institutional users in the model. The dining area and

United States. o will get living room overlook the patio ,
Flames Fostered Legends ::. you and the rear garden through $25,500 to
While candles traditionallyare sliding glass doors. Two car
associated with religious .. garage, tool I $32,000
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leapt from the flickering i <

light. If a flame burns blue, $1' >r\

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against currents.In {s FIELD JAX BEACHES
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82ssions on January ,I I 1
their addresses r
year to report
to the Attorney General 1 during/

the month of January.
Aliens temporarily absent J ,, "
during \, '
from the United States '
the month of January shouldnot '' .,:',\J '

report their addresses but r !\'.
must do ao within ten ((10)) daysof f
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return to this country. Cards "'J." '<'

with which this report can be \" >

made' are available at any ,
United States post office during .
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the month of January and at '
offices of this Service at any I' f'O 0.

FAREWELL time. The cards should be filled /'"
SALUTE-AFCM W.F. McCluskey and his wife, ,1.31.i; ,.'.:
Mable, are piped over the side at FAW-11 after completing 30 years of out and returned to the clerk ,! .
M!: service. from whom received, or may be '.i
mailed to the nearest office of

I Hancock Hall Board the Immigration Service. and Naturalization .


"The act provides serious
Collecting For NeedyJaxThe penalties for willful failure to

submit the report" said I mm I-

Hancock Hall Advisory Board is sponsoringa g rat I Ion and Naturalization

drive to collect nonperishable food for needy familiesin Service Commissioner R. F.
Farrell. "Compliance with this
the area. AIR MEDAL AWARDED-Lt. Ronnie J. Leslie Onset) has been
requirement is therefore of Importance
Boxes have been placed in the lobbies of Hancock Hall awarded the Air Medal (First through Fourth Strike Flight Award)
to all aliens in the
and Bldg. 1, as well as the AIMD Maintenance, Control Armed Forces of the United for meritorious achievement in Vietnam aerial flights from June 171

Office in Hangar 1000. States," he said. to March 1972. Lt. Leslie 1 attached to FICEUR.


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JAX AIR NEWS.lSplitmakers ATWiurco PAGE 11
Bearden And Luchi -' -

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Hit For 40 Points Leading- BowloffsJax
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-jax Bearden of the VP-5 points each. The Splitmakers from Pathfinders rolled "
As unbelievable: as it the Commissioned some consistent Finishing out the ten spots were
intramural basketball team set a may seem NATTC still managed rolled their Officer's Mess sets to stay close behind the Good and Bad from MATSGin
season high for individual scoring to come up with the two highest way to first place last the Splitmakers. Deremer had sixth with 5173, Women's Lib
Monday in
when he scored the first round of the sets of 570 and 566 with
week 40
last scorers in the game when Spenk Intramural a high from Hospital in seventh with
points only to have Lucid of and Gilley both hit for 24 in a two Bowling Playoffs. game of 223 while his teammate ,5132, Flap Jax from the Fleet
NDRC come along two days later man effort to stop Hospital. After six games the Split- Brandt rolled sets of 562 and 559 Photo Labia eighth with 5071, the
and score 43 points. Hospital played a very loose makers total pin fall of 5441 led with a high game of 202. Dragons No. 1 from VP-56 In
Luchi got his 43 points in defense as they went the entire their closest competitors, the The third,fourth and fifth place ninth with 5045 and the Late
NDRC's 95-75 win over VW-4 He game without having a personal Pathfinders from FAW-11, by 64 spots after the first round were Chargers from 679th in tenth with
had only 13 points in the first half foul called on them. ]pins., Guttiedez was the top man separated by only nine pins. The 5020.
but he was unstoppable in the Hospital had a little tougher for the Splitmakers when he ADCOP team held third with
second when he picked up 30. time with Public Works. Public rolled games of 167-200-207 for a 5215,the Hawks form Martd were The final round of the in-
Hattabaugh backed him up with Works led 34-32 at the half but 574 set. In his second set he rolled, fourth with 5210 and the Rebels tramural bowling playoffs were
19 points as the entire NDRC ended up losing 79-73. Williams a 224 and finished with a 550. His from NDRC were fifth with 520$. rolled yesterday as the Jax Air
team had a good shooting night. had 24 and Kaelin 20 but Fuller teammate Garcia had a 213 and a Dearing of the Rebels had the News went to press. The results
Proof of this was their free throw was the leader of the comebackas 550 set. highest game of the first round win be published in next week's
totals. NDRC hit on 19 of 24 for a he scored all 12 of his points in Deremer and Brandt of the when he rolled a 244. issue.

spectacular 79 per cent. the second half. -ter marRr.. ".. ".._
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points came Medical remained among the
teams 74-58 victory over NarJax.He undefeated last week when ic-----
scored 19 in the first half and Johnson and Douglas hit for 26 I
21 in the second half. Anderson and 25 points respectively on the
provided some support with 18 way to a 92-73 win over VP-24.
points while Thomas scored 17 for Schellhase and Attanasio also hit NAVY 'Ojv\EN !
NarJax.If double figures for the winners. ,
NarJax thought running into with 16 and 14.Communications.
We have Clients who need your skills!I Why not augument thusband's
one man with a hot hand was its' your
put
enough the Hawks of Hospital threat to work again last triple week Income? Now Is the time, to get started looking for a
showed them what five men with when they fell behind MARTD 22- second Income. We've never had so many FEE PAID positions In
our history. We need applicants I Here Is but a partial list of our Fee
hot hands could do when
they 21 at halftime. Schuetz had crtJy!
Paid openings most of them on the west side:
dumped NarJax 106-56. The five two at the half but ended up with
man attack consisted of Cooper 16 while Hergenrother came up V.P.'s SECRETARY: Must type with short hand. Need experience at the
with 26, Bryan with 19, Klein with with 25 and Scheindel 18 on the executive level. $100 $150-wk depending on you.
15 and Und and Rugcrio with 14 way to a 72-43 win.
each. MATSG and FICEUR both BRANCH SECRETARY: "Girl Friday" for small, pleasant office. Duties
The Hawks also used) their five .sent AIMD down to defeat last vary. Must type some. $450-mo.
man attack on NATTC last week week with MATSG scoring a 65-49
when they rolled to a 117-37 win. victory and FICEUR a 77-42 GENERAL SECRETARY: Large, friendly office. Lots of room for future
Cooper again was the leader with victory.Hunt had 25 and Payne 19 growth.The type of company that promotes from within.110wk.
22,Klein had 21,Lind 16, Bryan 16 for MATSG while Pearson and
and Pearson came up with 15. Martin teamed up for FICEUR KEY PUNCH OPERATOR: Several positions for 1 yr. of expr. or technical
NATTC had the opportunity to with 20 and 19 points respectively school. $400 Up.BOOKKEEPER.
meet the other Hospital team last .
week and they may have had MATSG took a little of the : Must have experience In bookkeeping. Position leads to
trouble figuring out Just which treatment it gave AIMD when Asst.Office Mgr.quickly. Great potential with salary to$140 wk.
team was which when Hospital they met VP-45 and lost 9548' \
stopped them 106-54. Troupe and Pruett had 32 points for the ACCOUNTING CLERK: Work 10 key and do lite general bookkeeping. Mustbe
Fuller led the winners with 20 winners. good with figures. To $400 mo. ,

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PAGE 18 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER

-Twas TheTwos Night BeforeThey'd Christmas

CECIL SPORTS Must be delivered before
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him be/ore he got
the night before, Christmasand get Christmas day,
by DTC J, 0, Brewster out In the Med, near,

On a tin can most people sleptBut ,, Then a bullhorn he grabbed, and
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out o'er the sea, In an SH-2L The helo flew on, the caution was to them he gabbed,
BASKETBALL scorer with 18 points. A vigil was constantly kept. gone Shouted "Hey You up there In
VA-174 breezed to an easy win Don Sumner of VA-C8 will Their eyes strained to catch the
Medical 83 31. Only two coach the Cecil Field Raider first sight, that Spite,
over About one hour prior, they had lit delivery point near, but I've
"Hellrazors", Walker with 22 basketball team this season and off the fire Of what kind of boat, submergedor My here,

points and Gill with 14 hit in is looking for players. If you are Launched and set up their track,,, afloat, had to the atop weathers so bad on this
double figures as the coach used interesting in playing contact Two hours to go and they'd windup Had alerted them this cold Cause
his entire bench. Ra>'Ics had 10 Sumner he can use you their Christmas night, night,

points AMD for with Medical.Meldrum scoring 24 BOWLING It sure would be nice to get bach Then suddenly A SUBa/ At you know in the' past,fact up to

downed the Marines in a CONATIONAL: The Marines motheattn tub) the year last,
points dldn'loccur
low scoring affair, '37 32.Yellowwater's continue to occupy the top slot, But uneventful this night, flight, But painted in bright green and Flying all the way was my bag,
finest were led by although only 5 games separatethe red, But now I don't dare cause, this
Davey! with 16 tallies. The top four teams. Dale Howard For the rear teat soon sputteredout And It tat In the rear, of eight polluted air,

maintenance led 24.15 at gives all appearance of returningto swimming reindeer, Cause me and my reindeer to
: crew "A contact I've got, a big one and
half time, but had to hang on by form as he tossed a 610,,256-179- hot, And the 'leader's nose was bright gag
175 set. Other top pin topplerswere red,
their teeth as the Marines limited It's live and It's real there's nc
their offense to just 3 points in the Bob Locke (561, 196-174- doubt" And It's starting to be, that even
final quarter. 191); Dick "The Milwaukee Came the clang of a catch, the tea,
Fred Kitts from VA-45 put 16 Flash" Hanson ((548 203-217)); Then the bird came alive, twai releasing a hatch, Is getting too filthy to live in

field goals through the hoop for 32 Lyle Osier (543,191-190); George like a beehive, And a strange figure climbed into For determined is man, to do
points (16 in the 3rd stanza) to Macleod ((543-226)); Dave Silver Each man doing his job, view, what he can,
lead his team past Medical by a (536, 205-176); AI Duncan (536. They ranged an4 they tracked, Shouting, "110 Donner Ho To ruin environment God Give
64.23 count. Cliff Perkins also 186-184)); Paul Conaway ((530, 200- then the ICS cracked, Blitzen, Ho Dancer and Vixen, em,
) -: had a big! night with 16 points. 181); Ken Swearengin (528, 178- And the TACO spoke out 'with a On this surface we'll have to
192)) Russell Germain ((514-210(; sob heave to;
Dental finally won a game ; But be as it may, I'll go on my
Irv Austin (513, 174-173)); Dave
when they beat winless NAMTD, He was short and quite fat, in red way .
Conditt ((508-190)) and Ed Smith This is hard to believe, but the
had for the aid I
Dunn 12 from
40 29. points costume and hat, Though some you
$ (508( ,172-187)).Jim Harris rolled a data received,
Teeth Fairies and Leach 13 for ,
With a long, long, beard colored beseech,
the instructors. Dental's Alumni 202 game. Says he's surfacing directly white, Radar you've got, as you see I

Association is commending to doa Standing: ahead And a great mass of belly, that have not,
better,job of recruiting. Marines 43.21 If he's missle-equtpped, we're quivered like jelly Can you lead me into the beach,
VMS 3925 sure to get ripped,
NAMTD blew a ten point lead As nis laughter boomed out
in the 4th quarter and missed a CPO's 38% 51% Right here In the midst of the through the night To this they agreed, and in they

golden opportunity to capture AIMD 3826 Med, did lead,

their initial win of the season NWSED 3623 From below'came a sleigh, and I Through fog, then back out and
\, BOQ 3430 But back the alert to
on can a
when VA-45 the Instructors *
nipped heard his voice say, back through,
5250. Kitts was again CLAW-1 3331' man Let's get loaded and. start on. our Flight aterlight, it went on all
high man for the VA-45 squad Medical 31 -33 Thanks to data link and other night,

with 25 points.Venerable old Ray Weapons 30% *331hDave's good gear For way these gifts and these toys, to ,Though they stopped for a "high
Darlings 28% -35 % General Quarters was set, twos
Bathurst had 16 for NAMTD.
bring holiday joys, drink" or two,
NAMTD lost their 3rd game of Admin 2836 an_ even odds bet, .-

the week when VA-174 swamped Special Services 2623 Came the dawning first sun, the
234)
them 61.16. J. Williams of the Communications last flight was done,
AIMD No. 2 21%- 42'r % ATLANTIC
Hellrazors was the evenings top and his final landing was made,
) RENT-A-CAR As they hovered nearby, he said

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JAX AGE 19
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vrend! NarJax Meet 6 s Illli 1/

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Jax VP-45 and NarJax Daniels a touchdown and

met in the finals of the two-pointer and Land down Cuthbert and a was twopointerand credited 4 c1 ) 111 I t ,

NAS Jax Intramural contributed a two-pointer. with a safety.If .
Football Playoffs last Abbot scored two touch- NarJax lastnight's
won
but the results were downs
night Braswell and another will
available to the Jax Air Leuck had game
not one TD apiece have to be played
News before press time and Flair had a two- tomorrow at 4 to
p.m.
VP-45 made its' way to pointer for the losers. determine the winner h

the finals by downing NarJax had an easier since both teams would EM
Public Works 28-12 and time of it once they fell into then have one loss. -v-,1w
disposing of the Marine the losers bracket when

Barracks by a 26-12 score. they dropped Public : L.
Public Works made it a Works
34-6. Abbot scored p
POSSIBLE FISHING CONTEST WINNER Capt. William 0.
close game with VP-45 two more touchdowns in Sizemore,CO MAS/is shown above as he filled out the first entry form
through the first half but this game, Braswell had a tot week for the NAS Jax Navy Power Boat Club's Winter Fishing
the VP-45 defense shut touchdown and a two- Contest. On hand to help him with any questions about the contest
were Fred Barncord (with tie), chairman of the contest, and Jerry
second half
them out in the pointer, Maiorana and
Stenns, commodore of the Power Boat Club.
and VP-45 went on to their Smith had a touchdown

first win in the playoffs. apiece and Eckard had a ""

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lax Swim Team Makes Good Showing

I JAX SPORT BRIEFS l ,.
In : .
Second Winter Development Meet :

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-- --- Jax The Jax Navy Swim place ribbon in the 200 back won third place ribbons In the 50
Filers Volleyball Team with 16 of his 28 points. Howard team won 27 of 84 Individual event. !breast and the 100 free event.
Jax The Jax Navy Fliers Lind contributed 14 and Vince, awards for a fine showing in their Jacob Danner and Steve Eight-year-old John Brennocktook
Volleyball Team traveled to the Bell 12 to the Fliers effort. second Winter Developmentmeet Glazier took two awards in the all three of the first place:
Sarasota Invitational Volleyball McElroy was high man for that was held last weekendat senior boys events with Jacob ribbons in the eight and under
.Tournament last weekend, split Moody with 24. the NAS Indoor pool. placing second In the 100 breast boys events.
up into two teams and returned This weekend the Fliers will Approximately 200 swimmers and Steve taking a third place For the eight and under girls
with a combined 11-9 record travel to Patrick Air Force Base representing seven teams ribbon in the 100 fly event. Ann Murray and Jacqul Bren
The Fliers team In the "A" for two games. competed Jennifer Fitzpatrick took first nock took two first place ribbons.
bracket finished third with a 7-3 Ladles Golf Results The Navy Jax senior girls took place ribbon in the 50 fly event Anne took a first in 25 back and
record while the team entered in Jax -The NAS Jax Ladies Golf eight of the twelve ribbons and second place ribbons in the Jacqul took a first in the 25 free
the"B"bracket finished with a 4- Association held a point tour- awarded in their events with 100 free and 50 breast events for event. Ann added a second in the
6 record. nament last week. The winners Patti Milewski leading the way girls ten and under. 25 breast and a third in the 25 free
Coach Bill Aaron singled out runner-ups and winners on putts with first place ribbons in the 200 John Brennock Pat Murrayand event while Jacqul added a third
the efforts of Rick Erdman, Zack were as follows: 1st Flight free, 200 back and 100 breast Paul Way took six of the place ribbon in the 25 breast
Taylor and Marlin Brandt as Penney Bennett Betty Hcyer and events.She also placed second in twelve awards in the 10 and under event.,
being big factors in the 7-3 recordof Julie Williamson; 2nd Flight the 100 fly event. Susan Fitzpatrick boys events. John took a first in On January 13, 1973 the Navy
the "A" bracket team. Coach Jenny Muncie BernIce Andersonand took first place in the 100 the 50 breast event and a secondin Jax Swim Team will host their
Aaron also praised the spiking of Dottie Bucker (tie) and Jane fly event and a second in the 200 the 50 fly event while Pat took third winter development meet at
Rich Hardesty on the "B" Watson and Arlene Howell (tie); free event while Judy Milewski his first place ribbon in the 100 the NAS Indoor Pool. The thirty
bracket team and said that the 3rd Flight Marion Vaught Berv took a second in the 100 breast free and his second place ribbonin event meet will begin at 9 a.m.
improvement of Hardesty in two ,McAleer and Lil Jacobs. and Diane Kanagas took a third the 50 breast event. Paul Way There is no admission fee.
months has been tremendous. -

p.' The splitting up of the Fliers


into playing member two time a teams chance in an gave to effort get every in to a make team lot of, EX-MEMBERS (to be) OF THE ARMED SERVICES: .


the Fliers a strong contender for It
the 6th Naval District tiUe which

c will be up for grabs next spring. :
Jax Basketball Team
Jax -The Jax Navy basketball
team traveled to Moody Air .
Force Base last weekend for two tt\:4t- <
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games and in spite of two fine .'
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Fliers dropped both games.
Moody held four lead at "
a point -"

even halftime though in the the first Fliers game played and a ; ; ; "

strong second half they came up '-j: ;;
one short as they fell by a 72-71 -
I score. Mike Luchi led the second "
half comeback attempt when he
scored 20 of his 28 points in the
i second half. Mark Warner had :
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11 of his 15 points coming in the : : :
first two periods. Ricky Pruett .
chipped in 13 points for the Fliers. ':;, ,
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i for the winners with 24. ', :' '-",

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Fliers with the only difference f

being the point margin. The ,
Fliers lost the second game by a ..

87-80 score. Mark Warner had the ""', '
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