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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 21, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Fried Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes w- SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Jots on NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
Grilled Beef Burgers, French Autumn's Delight Cake.
Syrup, Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Hamburger Buns, French Fried Soup
Salad Bar, SANDWICH LINE Grilled
Potatoes, Salad Bar Relish Fried Potatoes
Meat, Baked Beans Yankee Style Tray .
Strawberry Short Cake, Peanut Hamburgers or Cheeseburgers,
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Potatoes, Buttered Peas & Carrots
Whipped Potatoes, corn Fritters, at All Saints Chapel.
Noodles, Cranberry Sauce, Buttered Dressing, Dessert Bar
= I Brussels Sprouts, Cream Style Corn, SUPPER Fried Shrimp or Fried Church School 9:30 a.m.

Salad Bar, Cherry Jello, Ham Steaks, Parsley Buttered ,Divine Worship 11 am. at
Strawberry Short Cake. Potatoes, Seasoned Green Beans, .All Saints Chapel.

Sunday, Dee.24 Fried Cabbage, Cocktail Sauce, Salad Junior Youth Fellowship
BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato Bar, Jelly Layer Cake, Chocolate 12:30: p.m. Senior Youth

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dttributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Order, Griddle Cakes w-Syrup, Wednesday,Dec 27 E Evening Worship 7:30
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French Toast, Choice of Bacon or BREAKFAST: xChllled Orange p.m.
Jacksonville, Florida, by the host Publishing! Company, a Luncheon /Meat, Baked. Beans, Juice, Hot Farina, Fried Eggs to Tuesday

private firm. Ail Copy submitted for use! in the JAX AIR NEWS Hashed Brown Potatoes. Order, French Toast Syrup, Choiceof

must be forwarded to. the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS BRUNCH: Chicken Noodle Soup, Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Baked Senior Choir Rehearsal 750 and 7
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Potatoes, Salad Bar, Lemon MeringuePie Pastry Bar.DINNERS.
items are welcomed from all sources Telephone 772-3118 Chocolate Cookies. p.m. at the Small Chapel.
: Cream of Potato Soup,
or 3119. SUPPER Breaded Veal Steaks, Stuffed Pork. Chops, Mashed Sweet NAVAL HOSPITAL

Brown Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, Potatoes, Brown Gravy, Applesauce, Divine Worship 10 a.m. at
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available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to Green Beans,' Salad Bar, Lemon Tomato Gumbo, Salad Bar, NATTC

race, creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, Meringue Pie, Strawberry Jello. Strawberry Cream Pie, Easy Protestant Worship
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user, or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this BRUNCH 7-10 a.m Chilled Chocolate Cake.SANDWICH Service, 10:30: a.m. In

policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result in the Pineapple Juice, Hot Oatmeal" Fried LINE Chill Dogs, Building 500.

refusal to print advertising from that source." Eggs to Order, French Toastw Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped
Syrup, ,Griddle Cakes, Choice of Onions, Dessert Bar. CATHOLICSaturday

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Grilled Ham or Minute Steaks, SUPPER: Italian Spaghetti w- Mass 5 p.m. at

concerning such should be directed to; Hashed Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Meat Sauce or Ravioli, Garlic Bread, St. Edward's Chapel.
DINNER 1.5 p.m Golden Roast Parmesan Cheese, Pizza Pie, But. Sunday'Mass 8 a.m. and 11
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Turkey, Baked Virginia Ham, Brown tered Brussels Sprouts, Salad Bar, a.m. Daily Mass.Monday,
Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes, Candled Bread Pudding, Easy Chocolate Cake Tuesday, Thursday and
4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville( Fla., 32210 Sweet Potatoes, Au Gratin Friday.11:30 a.m. Wed.

Telephone 388-2755 Cul flowtl'. Cranberry Sauce, Chef's Thursday, Dec.21 nesday Mass 11 30 a.m, at
Salad Mexican: f::ole Slaw, Salad Bar, BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice, 'the Naval Hospital Chapel.

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As we approach this joyous Christmas season, we are 4
reminded of the many servicemen and women less
fortunate than we who will be spending the holidays in
out-of the way places around.the world,'far from home
and friends, In the seemingly never-ending fight for } 's' ,
freedom for all mankind. ,
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However, let us be thankful that we have such loyal
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sacrifice their very lives to preserve and guarantee the \ A Wry ilernj _
rights and freedom of others. Let us also have faith that
their sacrifices will not be in vain but will soon lead to a
goodwill for all 'mankind. 'I (!!1 Ihri0tma0: !InJAut

Those of us who are fortunate enough to enjoy the
Christmas season at home with families and friends can

,show our compassion pausing, at least briefly, duringthe inu i
season to offer our thanks and prayers for those who
are not able to enjoy this blessing.
', My family and"! extended our very best wishes for a gf.
happy and safe holiday season to you, the wonderful and ?
dedicated Navy Jacksonville military and civilian

employees, and.your families Merry Christmas and a 'tkstall

Happy, Prosperous New Year/ i (

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LCDr.R.B.Lufbke ORIENTAL BEAUTY .
:.' CHC, USN In 1973 I Jacksonville'.Most Bucrtih l .
This Christmas, mend a quarrel. Seek out a forgotten friend. TOPLESS DANCERS
; Dismiss suspicion, and replace It with'trust.Write' a love letter. Share .
'. some treasure Give a soft answer Jax-This will be the last issue TOPLESS BARTENDER
Encourage Youth. Manifest your loyalty (In word and deed. Keep a of the Jax Air News until Jan. 11, BAR OPENS AT NOON
promise. Find the time. Forgo a grudge. Forgive' enemy. Listen. 1973.
Apologize If you'were wrong. Try to understand. We thank all the people who TOPLESShave
.. Flout envy. Examine your demands on others. Think first of supplied us with stories, GO GO DANCERS
someone else' Appreciate. Be kind, be gentle. Laugh a little. Laugh a pictures,suggestions, etc. during JtoitiiHwvi tfow*IFM.2AMSHAKtASYROOM NOON TIL2PMI
little more.Deserve confidence. Take up arms against malice. Decry the past year and ask for your
complacency. Express your gratitude. continued support in the year
; Go to church. Welcome a stranger. Gladden the heart of a child ahead. 43u%*$ iliT LOOKS!*
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To Support Navy Relief ,r.+ i'r wr. Accepted .


Jax-RAdm. Lawrence R. Gels, COMFAIRJAX, has Issued the
following letter for wives of the naval community: For TARJaxThe
"I know that many of you: are already familiar with the alms and ti_
of the Relief However if there who
purposes Navy Society. are aorae Chief of Naval Personnel
\ are nol-and others who would like to know more-In January, Miss air has announced that
Louise Diver from the Navy Relief Society Headquarters in will
9r4r women play an expandedrole
Washington will be here to conduct the Navy Relief course. in the Naval Air Reserve,
"This includes a brief history of the Society and covers its, basic
including the Training and Administration
policies and principles, and how these may be applied to volunteer if of Reserves (TAR)
work. In addition, extremely valuable general background information
Program, which is now to
open
I about the Navy will be provided. "
women for the first tune,
1 "1 hope that you will find it possible to Join this course and to help us Future plans call for the
In this tremendously important service to our naval personnel.As you number of women Selected'
know,the work of the Navy Relief Society is carried on by Volunteers
Reservists to be increased from
"The classes will be held in Bldg. 501,Naval Air Technical Training the
present 1,440 to 3,870 by July
Center, NAS Jacksonville, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays 1975.
from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, from Jan. 3 through Jan. 24. Free child care c e The only restriction placed
will be provided by Navy Relief at the Station Nursery while classesare affiliation t
upon by women hi the
In session.Credit toward the 1OO4 our pin will be given for each ( Naval Air
Reserve is that duty
hour spent in class. may not be: performed aboard
"It will be much appreciated if those planning to attend this course I j3r combat shies or aircraft.
will so inform the Navy Relief Office, 772-3515, or 778-0353 not later ,\" Immediate openings exist, in r
than Dec. 29,1972.Sincerely r '
the Continental United States for
yours, L.R. Geis, Rear Admiral, U.S. Navy; President, '. former Hospital 1 Corps Navy
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Mistletoe Lied 'r' ';f' program. I
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BARS-N,wly-promofed Us. fig| ) at the Naval
Hospital aro through the Naval Air Reserve .
More Than Decoration (L-R)a MerldtthS. Bird Mary M. Frkker end Mary Town. Recruiting Office NAS Jax.

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Arceuthobium, or dwarf mistletoe maidens caught the boughs in
annually destroys thousandsof white cloths 110it would not ; FAMILY NIGHT t ;

acres of valuable trees, says touch the ground. STEAK tour choice of .
the National Geographic.To Romans believed a sprig of CHICKEN &
'forestry officials and scientists mistletoe assured safe passage $179 DUMPLINGS or 79
mistletoe is more thana across the River Styx into N IGHT
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temperate zones on all conti- grow on the ground like other
nents except Antarctica. But plants. It is found! only on trees
their classification is incomplete. and bushes, brom which it
and little l Is known of their evo. draws nutrients. Since it ,Is

lution. green in winter, when its host I
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Yes, Virginia. Relations


"la There a Santa Claus?" is the question Virginia, daughter of Specialists

Dr. and Mrs. Philip F. O'Hanlon, put to the Editor of THE SUN i in
September, 1897. Her letter Needed
was tinned over to Francis Pharcellus ,
Church to answer. The product of his fine
nature, mellow wisdom Jax-Thsre is an Immediateneed
and
sound craftsmanship was the editorial "Is There "
"Dear Editor: a Santa Claus for enlisted volunteers to fill

a significant number of recently
I am 8 yearn old.
authorized Race
of fh Relations
Some of my little friends toy there it no Santa Claw, r a ; i II Education Specialist RRES

Papa says, '1 f you tee it in, TA. Sun it'. $o.' billets.

Please tell me the truth, it there a Santa Claus Eligibility requirements for

Virginia O'Hanlon 1'A, rt these assignments are E-5 or

115 West $5tk Street" tit above with a minimum of 24

Virginia, your little friends are wrong. They have been affected f months obligated service. Personnel -
by the skepticism of a skeptical age. They do not believe except tl"' to be considered must be

they nee. They think that nothing can be which Is not compre '. ''III' highly motivated and capable of

hensible ,by their little minds. All minds, Virginia, whether they be ., )iitl__.. "). ,,,I', .. '),! contributing constructive thoughtand

men's or children's, are little. In this great universe of ours man i ia is r a:.; .,'''0'r '> hard work to the resolution of
mere insect, an ant, In his intellect, as compared with the boundless "" racial problems.
world about him, as measured by the intelligence capable of FROCKED TO CWO-CWO John VY. Huston (Center), Resident Volunteers should submit an
ing the whole of truth and knowledge. grasp Officer In Charge at the Commissary 1 Is "frocked" to his present title Enlisted Transfer and Special

Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus. lie exists as certainly as by Cdr. Nels P. Jensen, Commissary Officer In Charge, as CWO Duty Request Form (NAVPERS

love and generosity and devotion exist, and you know that they Huston's wife, Louise, looks on. 1306-7)) to CHNAVPERS (PERS-

abound and'give to ;your life its highest and ............. ...... ............... B2021)) via their
beauty joy. Alas! ::: :::::: ::.:.xo:::::::.::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:::::;:::;:;:: :;:;:;;:;;;:;.:;;;::;;:;;;:;:;;:;;; commanding
how dreary would be the world if there wero no Santa Claus! It officers and EPDOLANT.

would be as dreary as if there were no Virginias. There would be Traffic Violations

no childlike faith then*, no poetry, no romance to make tolerable this BatgirlsReady

existence. We should have no enjoyment, except In sense and sight.
The eternal light with which childhood fills the world would be Jax The following is a report Other Violations 32
extinguished.Not of motor vehicle accidents and Twenty-six drivers. appeared
traffic violations forthe period of before the Traffic Hearing Board
believe in Santa Claus! You might as well not believe in i Dec. 410. on Dec. 14. Disposition of the
fairies! You might get your papa to hire men to watch in all the Number of Accidents cases included the following:
chimneys on Christmas Eve to catch Santa Claus, but even if they This Period 6 For Party

did not see Santa Claus coming down, what would that prove? This Period a year ago 6 Two lost driving and parking

Nobody sees Santa Claus, but that is no sign that there is,no Santa Total accidents this year 386 privileges aboard the station for Jax-The VP-24 "E" Wives

Claus. The most real things in the world are those that neither Total accidents through this various periods; twelve were Club met Dec. 13 at the Eclair

( children: nor men can see. Did you ever see fairies dancing on the period last year 341 assigned to complete an eight- Apartment Club House in Orange
lawn? Of course not, but that's no proof that they are not there. Total number of days since last hour course in remedial driving; Park with 14 members present.

Nobody can conceive or imagine all the wonders there are unseen injury in a motor vehicle accident eleven received suspensions;.ten Guests included Mrs. Doherty
and unseeable in the world. 40 were given warnings; one was and Mrs. Demand.
a You tear apart the baby's rattle and see what makes the noise Number of days since an injury dismissed; five were fined (U.S. Elections of new officers were

inside, but' there is a veil covering the unseen world which not the last year at this time 170 Magistrate); and sixteen were held. These new officers will be
strongest man, nor even the united strength of all the strongestmen Number Violations referred to
commanding officers installed at the club's next
that ever lived, could tear apart. Only faith, fancy, poetry, love, This Period 44 for possible disciplinary actioA1.e regular meeting, scheduled for
romance, can push aside that curtain and view and picture th Speeding 7 Jan: 10.Reports.

supernatural beauty and glory beyond. Is it all real Ah, Virginia, Reckless driving 0 Fifteen drivers were assessed were given the
on
in all this world there is nothing else real and abiding.No Going through stop sign 5 forty-five traffic points. Christmas Party to be held

Santa Claus! Thank God he lives, and he lives forever. A y. .. ... ........ .... tomorrow Everyone is looking
thousand years from now, Virginia, nay, ten times ten thousand I @ r:1: :: :;: :;: ::::':::>==>*m.:<< ::X ->>:: : ::::::::>:;>::*o-----i: :::::.:::::::::::: forward to a wonderful party for
;years from now, he will continuue to make glad the heart of : $ the entire family to enjoy.
childhood. :$:::: iH Batmen, don't forget! The
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4drH.T.equipped with with
P.S.P.B.auto trans.air' cond.,. P.S.P.B.turbo hydramattcalr
P.W.P.S.&Radlo.Two! to select cond.V.T.&Radlo.Save up to$1200.Originally ilm@lwwa11i:

1 from.Save for $5876.90.Starting up to SlWO.Origlnallysold now at 1497).Priced for you at sold Just- for : : : .{ f.v;:h.pe : -Military paydays for the,
ices,. I first half of Calender Year 1973
$3995 $3783 are as follows:
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72 PONTIAC CATALINA BRCH Jan. 15, Jan. 30, Feb.. 15, Feb..
72 PONTIAC CATALINA BRCH4dr.H.T.equipped 2dfH.T.equipped with' a 28 March
15, March 30, April 13,
with P.S.P.B.turbo ,
P.S.P.B.auto transalr cood.- cond.Rally WheelV.hydramatlc T.&AM.FM air' April 30,May 15, May 30,June 15,
I P.W.&Radlo.Two to select Stereo Rad.Io.Save\ up to June 29.The .
from.Save up to SlWO.Orlglnally 1
Sl300.Orglnally sold for
sold for SSieo.76.Startlng now at SMM.W.Prlced to go at lust. first payday of each month
lust. will include enlisted and officer
$3967
$395 ((other than DIFOT) flight pay

72 PONTIAC LEMANS n PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 2 I I provided flight certificates arereceived
2drHT.equipped with dr. H.T., equipped with -
I P.S.P.B.auto trans.alr con. PS..P.B..turbo hydramatlcaird&radlo.Flvetoselectfrom.Save TRANSMISSONS.. in the Navy Finance
cond., V.T., Rally /II Wheels I Office by 8 a.m.of the sixth day of
up to S1300.Orlglnally sold for P.W.&AM-FM Radio.Save up to I the month following
$42M.90.Starting now at |lust. $1200. Orla. sold for $54405. theflight pay
$4264 THE AAMCO WRITTEN CAR OWNERSHIP GUARANTEE I period.
$2995 This transmission has been rebuilt by the licensed Officers and enlisted members

72 BUICK SKYLARK 72 PONTIAC BONNEVILLE 4dr, AAMCO Dealer issuing this certificate,. utilizing the 1 under permanent DIFOT orders
2dr.H.T.,.quIPP.d withP.S..P.B..auto equipped with P.S., P.B.., turbo AAMCO "CAR OWNERSHIP" Assembly Set. This will receive flight pay at the same
trans.air' con.hydramatic.aircend.P.W.P.S.., j time as basic
pay.
dltlon. radlo.Three to select VT. & Radio. Save up to S120Q. certificate guarantees the transmission and torque

from.Save up to siTOO.Orlglnally $4296 converter (if your car has a torque converter) against
sold for S4392.05.Startlng now a J
111 I 'I".: failure of 'material and workmanship.. It will be
$3195 :5 72 PONTIAC ORANDVILLE FRIENDLY, RELAXED&
4dr.H.T.,equipped with honored by any,licensed AAMCO Transmission Dealer QUIET ATMOSPHERE

72 PONTIAC LUXURY condP.W..P.S.tllt PS.P.8.turM hydramatlcalr wheel.P Wet for as long as you own this car, provided that it is IIIMIIIIMHIIMHIIIIIIMIIIIItlMIIIIIIIMMIDEALLY
y LEMANS Adr.H.T.equippedIoka I .T.AM.FM Stereo delivered to any licensed AAMCO Transmission
with P.S..P.e.auto.trans.air I LOCATED FOR
., .iRadlo.Save to$1000.Originally Radi&Saveover$160o.Origu.lly Dealer in the United States
up 'annually for service with
told for S6610.1t.S.v. lots at lust CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.
sold for ,....
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in 30
days of the Service
S4 ". ,Priced to go at lust'S3757 54 9 I Date indicated: below. The CLOSE TO SCHOOLS
charge for annual service is $13.75 payable at the CHURCHESANDSHOPPING
((72 PONTIAC GRANDVILLE time of service, and it covers the ARES
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72 PONTIAC CATALINA 4dr.. P.S.P.B.turbo.quIPPed hydramatlcalr with transmission fluid and all preventive adjustments. ytA*T IIRbl' :.:..Nye..>. .. ...
t sedanequtpped with P.P.B.- cond.P.W.,V.T..Rally II FREE TOWING at no extra charge ONE DAY Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.
SERVICE
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d..ra originally' for $4907.3 .Save lots sold for 575505.Ready to go at FINANCING available ,f necessary with approved credit. Past Forrest High School
'lust.
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'I Your NEX In January'



Jax-Don't get short-sheeted in to replenish the youngster's
17111! The Exchange will once school supplies. New notebooks,
again be holding its annual white binders, filler papers pens and ;,
sale from Dec. 27 to Jan 22. pencils, as well as 'some new
Soft, luxurious sheets and warm winter clothing for school,
matching pillow cases in twin, will all be highlighted in Januaryat
double and queen sizes can be the Exchange.If I iE
yours at specially reduced prices. the new year means a new 1 ''e
Also remember that the white addition to your family, the
sale isn't limited to bed linen. nursery section of the Exchangewill
Face, hand and bath towels in be able to take care of baby's -ii'' ,
the latest fashion-coordinated most basic needs. Diapers,
colors will also be available nursing bottles, blankets, layette .
during this sales event. sets and other basic items can all D Dkj ?
be found in the Exchange's baby
With the advent of "ping'pong boutique.Be i.

diplomacy", table tennis is en- .:' '... ',,.,,. ..
Joying a new era of popularity.The sure not to forget her on } "
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most popular type of ping- Valentine's bay, Feb. 14. On this f;' lr
pong table is the roll-a-way play- sentimental day, you can Mw.. ; r ua th.t& .-_

back model, which makes for remember your loved one in so HANCOCK HALL HELPS NEEDY-AI Call man (Center), Hancock Hall manager, gives some of
easy storage when not in use. many ways. The Exchange will the canned goods collected by the Hancock Hall Advisory Board; to Santa for distribution to 20 needy
Ping-pong balls,paddles and nets be offering. assortment of 'families the Jacksonville area. Santa extended his thanks to all thoM who contributed canned
are available separately or in heart-shaped boxes filled with goods. Looking on is PN2 Skipper,secretary of the Hancock Hall Advisory Board.
sets at the Navy Exchange. delicious chocolates in a variety
of sizes.
If you don't get that power tool Retirement Plan Questions & AnswersThe I
you want for Christmas, stop by Perhaps some"glitter"Jewelryor
the Exchange and look over their perfume to add expression to following is excerpted one separate and distinct from like it, unless it's a constant
selection of power drills, electric your feelings. For somethingeven AFRTS interview with the other.In Eddingvon." Now, remember
saws and sanders. Get an early more personal, the Exchange from an that today's levels of retirementpay
of in
Benade us
Army Lt. Gen. Leo E. past years, many
start on household repairs by has an excellent assortment of Service have represent a floor. No one is
taking advantage of these attractively of in colors Deputy Assistant Secretary the career military
lingerie striking Defense (Military Personnel often told ourselves and I going to get anything less than
priced selections. and various Whatever
styles.
the levels of retirement pay be.
think all recognize the expression
Policy) you
your preference, look for the paid today. And by
-"We may not receive ins; any
For many Exchange special Valentine's Day display. QUESTION: If the proposednew very good pay while we're on standard, those levels of pay are
customers, cold weather means is devised to makeit active duty, but a liberal retire- extremely liberal. Nothing is
system
chapped lips and dry skin. Stop January is"Do Your Share For makes for it." being changed in that sense.We're .
effective as a manage- ment
"more system up
discomfort before it starts by Cleaner Air" Month at the Navy
the future
to ,
ment tool," doesn't this compro- I believe this approach, is no looking
selecting from an ample supply Service
Exchange Station.
\ system and to the people who will bescrvinJt'
whole
mise the career longer applicable.In
\ of moisturizing creams, hand Special low prices on oil changes, somethingother element in military Service in
lotions and lip pomades. You'llfind air and oil filter changes and and make the plan most every other
than a retirement system? of our society, the concepts of the future A fundamental
them in the drug and toiletry tune-ups will be featured. You
1\ section of your Exchange. can breathe easier knowing thatyour ANSWER: I certainly don't pay at the time service is being premise of the new plan is that
that it compromises the rendered and competitivelevel future members will be doing
think a
The mid-term school recess car will run well, and the air
provides an excellent opportunity you breathe will be cleaner. compensation system in any of pay while service is being their service at levels of competitive
way. I think what is very im- rendered are fundamental.The pay that their prede
portant to remember is that the military compensation system cessors never enjoyed. In and of
retirement system is simply one should be guided by these itself, that's a great plus.

... element of the total compensation same concepts.An There is one last thing we
system. And it's very im- have to 'remember. There are
portant to look at the compensation -' important factor, with respect two sides to this equation. Oneis

i : ,' system as an integrated to the retirement system, the Service member. He deserves -
$5 and interlocking whole, and nota is that in human nature there is to be and should be
1.M series of separate parts, each an automatic: feeling, "I don't treated fairly and equitably. But
the other is the United States
taxpayer, and we're all taxpayers
too. We have a right, as
will get you DUNLOP Service members, to fair and

POLY SPORT equitable treatment. The tax-
.I payers have a right to pay
: "78"c fairly, for the services: being
rendered to them.

$250ifYO 4 Ply Polyester

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= Wide Fashion Whitewalls Q.: What if an enlisted man '
separates at age 30, if he has 10 ". ,'1'r;
tin years of active duty service, and
4 0' FIT he elects not to draw. an annuity
it.itg
for taIJH until age 60, or the deferred annuity
in Far tin -what happens to this an-
AND nuity if he 'dies in this interim
OLD TIRE OFF YOUR CAR
period T
FREE :A.: There would be a pay-
'
: Mounting|
merit, hise on the lump-sum
The !N 1"ANTCREDIT cash, formula; that would be

ANY SIZE,LISTED. payable to the wife.. In other
words It's not a total loss. Theay.ment
then U made 'to theman's'
V.W. A 78.13 widowor estate.1' .
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MCIubut Special B & 14

5'60-1'5 BW.: C' 18.13 & 1'4

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$1495 s '
P a little away in the FIT F" 78.1&1

Christmas Club each Whitewalls-add G 18.14 & 15 .

+, week. Come next 2 H 18.14

4' 1 November you'll have BATTERIES:

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WESTSIDE 1495up We've got 'emf lea'a

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NAPE &P Picks Officers
,:';:, < ; i1;

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.rI# Jax-National Association of Works, Mayport; Edward Sickr, 'i
Planner Estimators and Public Works, Cecil Field; '

. 0* Estimators and Progressmen Harold Esposito, Henry \
" (N.A.P.E.&P), Local 14, held the Bradkowskl and Herbert Wright ,! I
:(, DRUG t final meeting for this year Dec. all from NARF. ; ,!'

}. <; The newly elected officers were '
14.After
t '. ; ABUSE : the business meeting, the given the oath of office by Andrew I I(

,.... : \ '" .. ,' following officers were electedfor Carlson, past board
,: a two-year term: member.

?,!. ;, Homer Eldridge, president, President Eldridge expressedhis

';:':, IS MARIJUANA HARMLESS?-"I NARF; Wallace Arnold, vice- appreciation to John Und-

'M1 testified to the committee to theo president, NARF; Joseph berg, NARF the outgoing
effect that marijuana was harm Cisiraano, treasurer, NARF; secreatry, for the work he had o'
less leost Stuart Bradshaw secretary done for the Association.
at
'. or relatively so. I
NARF.An NAP &P, Local 14, represents
have changed -na
my mind. After five T.. :
/years of extensive clinical experience : executive board was elected employees of the Production
I hove concluded that the from the following areas: Facilities trades at NAS Jax,

continued use of marijuana leads Herman Vick, SUPSHIPS, Cecil Field and Mayport Naval
Mayport; Tom Hill, Public Station. j
to.muddled thinking and a loss of J,
memory. I now also believe that

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the effects of marijuana ore cumulative : :: : :: ::::::::::::::::: :::;:;:;;:;:::::::;::;;::::;::;:;:-:;::->>>>>>>>>>
and that after prolonged
use, chronic changes occur which; ;= I
are similar to those seen .in organic JOINT-SERVICE PROJECT.Ma|. F.D. Green, USA, speaks the r Merit PromotionsJaxThe

brain disease-Islands of Personal Management Training Course on ways that all the armed
services can help in the movement of personal property. The course ." .
lucidity Intermixed with of 1
areas was oriented toward civilian and military personnel being assigned in .
loss of function." Prof. Harvey First Cut Date Jan. 4, 1973 I
;
the personal property field for the first time or persons already following positions
Powelson, Chief of the Deportmentof have been advertised under the Employees are urged to look :
performing the function who need a broader knowledge of the field.
Psychiatry, University of California Jax Merit Promotion Program for the Merit Promotion Announcements ll

at Berkeley. since our last issue: on the official :
bulletin boards In their work
Planner &: Estimator. .
Electrician ((118.72)), Open areas at least once a week.

New Gvt. Scale Continuously, First Cut Date: They are also encouraged to
Employee Pay Dec.20 contact the Employment Office,

Wood Craftsman, WG-10 (119- Ext. 3448, or the Rating Branch. .'
72)); Open Continuously First Cut Ext. 2320, Civilian Personnel
Jax-Following Is the new Government Employee pay scale which will become effective Jan. to inquire about
Date: Jan. 4, 1973 Department
7, 1973.New salary raises will be used on normal payroll for biweekly period Sewing Machine Operator, WG3 positions in which they are in.

((120-72)( ); Open Continuously, terested.
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GS-3 6128 6332 6536 6740 6944 7148 7352 7556 7760 7964

GS-4 68S2 7111 7340 7569 7798 8027 8256 8485' 8714 8943 d''

GS-S 7694 7951 8208 8455 8722 8979 9236 9493 9750 10007 WILL DOUBLE' YOUR :
GS-6 8572 8t58! 9144 9430 9716 10002 10288 10574 10860 11146 .

GS-7 9520 9837 10154 10471 10788 11105 11422 11739 12056 12373 ENJOYMENT OF AMERICA'S
GS-S 10528 10879 11230 11581 11932 12283 12634 12985 13336 13687
GS-9 11614 12001 12388 12775 13162 12549 13936 14323 14710 15097 FAVORITE PIZZA WITH

GS-I0 12715 13201 13627 14053 14479 14005 15331 15757 16183 16009 THIS 2 FOR 1 OFFER.
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GS-12 16682 17238 17794 18350 18906 19462 20018 20574 21130 21686GS
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GS-17 36103 37306 38509 39712 40915
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V* CHEESE. V4 SAUSAGE .1.20 2.76. 2.1S 3.23
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The Busiest Day Of The Year: I


when the'" directs; of
depends the year
the ensuing year
New n.'s family for can and
For a holiday Rome are deserted
visitor to step
may be the busiest day of the on the threshold first after midnight pedestrians, though a few years
the
year with all the goings-on$ across ago hospitals treated at least

aimed at assuring good fortunefor slower cltltens.
Invariably he's a man, for a 1,000 of the city's -
the next 12 months. .
dark-haired man or a blond carrying
Never during the year do of coal as antidoteto On the other hand, housecleaning -
lump
more people become more Involved a fortune. on New Year's Day,
hair is good
his fair
in trying$ to find what'sin reck- even sweeping the floor. may
store for them, and in tryingto Historically, women are threaten family fortunes for the
tip the scales of fate in their oned as anything but lucky.A year in homes of some supernti-
Is supposed to
lass
favor, the National Geographic bonnie witha tious Scots.
him at the door
Society says welcome In Japan houses are not only
but it's considered -
kiss
Often they live it up on NewYear' good luck furiously cleaned, but the Japanese
without knowing theyare the height of Highland: try to pay all debts and
her with
practicing some serious an hilarity to replace make peace in family feuds for
PROUDLY ON DISPLAY-Hawly promoted Master Sergttnt dent rites, dim in origin and some cooperative old crone. 'the New Year. This 'most ritualistic -
George T. Perry, Recruiter for MARTD, displays the promotion dark in supetstition. For in. Englishmen armed with sticks and important holiday of
warrant presented by Lt. Col. Carl F. Bergstrom (Right) Detachment may give their apple trees a
stance: the is soothingly nut-
Commander.Also shown are MSgt. Perry's wife, Trances Evelyn,and hog sound thrashing on New Year's year _
Hungarians hope to hug a rounded with year-forgetting
daughter, Martonna. for luck on New Year's Eve,and Eve and sometimes even with blast parties and year-welcoming' parties
a' restaurant obliginglyturns away at the branches a with
many all well supplied food
into
loose a pig amid the festive shotgun to intimidate it and drink.,

diners. producing a good crop. cakes In
From rice Japan to
Italians, particularly in Rome,
Germans like to shake hands central
pork in Europe, "lucky"food
r midnight
stroke of
with chimney sweeps, who turn wait for the is consumed in choking
I J out in force New Year's Eve and then bombard the streets sweetened whippedcream
quantity:
V and find their palms well, with a year's accumulation of in Switzerland, ham in
kettles,
crossed with lucky tips. Junk-tons of broken
''i e! ((0q discarded kitchen sinks, and Sweden, unleavened bread in

o Hogmanay High Jinks once even a piano-with the Scotland.One .
gobbled with each
idea that the more trash grape
0 Scots celebrating Hogmanay strike of the clocktower bellringing
the
windows,
: dumped out of the
-nobody remembers why they in the New Year keeps
.. ,. ) that-In- luckier the coming year.
call New Year's Eve Making an ImpressionThis Spaniards imbued with good
vented the custom of first foot- fortune. Eating. carrots and

ing: Whatever luck befalls a may be the only time of white cabbage means future

gold or silver for hopeful Ger


Holiday Schedule mans.In the United States, south

erners may eat turnip greens on
r I New Year's Day to assure a

bounty of greenbacks. Hoppin'
Special ServicesJax John-black-eyed peas and hog

Jowls-Is a tasty luck potion-

Following is the Special INDOOR POOL: Dec. 24, Noonto stew in Charleston South Carolina

Services Holiday Schedule for' 4 p.m.; Dec. 25, Closed; Dec. ,

various activities: 31,Noon to 4 p.m.,Jan. 1, Closed. Lucky Herring

BOWLING CENTER Dec. 24 NAS LIBRARY, BLDG. 930:
:
Herring is luckiest of all fish,
1 a.m. to'4 Dec. 25 Closed Dec. 24, Closed, Dec. 25, Closed;
p.m.; ;
in
especially But girl
Big Chief Say: Dec..31, Closed; Jan. 1, Closed.- Europe. a
p D. 31, 1 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Jan. 1, has to be careful: if she sees a

Closed. ,T NAS MOVIES: Dec. 24, 7:30 man in a mirror while munching

WE GOT GEAR ISSUE, BLDG. 704: p.rn..Dec.; 25, 7:30: p.m.; Dec. 31, a fish on New Year's Eve she
( u Dec.24., Closed; Dec.25, Closed; 7:30 p.m.; Jan. 1, 7:30: p.m. will inescapably become his
Dec. 31, Closed; Jan. 1, Closed. MARINA: Dec. 24, 8 a.m. to 4
bride during the for better
year
BIGGEST GOLF COURSE: Dec. 24, 8:30: p.m.; Dec. 25, Closed, Dec. 31, 8
or
worse.
44 a.m. to Sunset; Dec. 25, Closed; a.m. to 4 p.m.; Jan. 1, Closed.
Dec. 31 8:30 to Sunset Jan. STABLES Dec. 24 At the stroke of midnight,
: a.m. ; : 8 a.m. to 4
0 and CHROME 1, 8:30: a.m. to Sunset. p.m.; Dec. 25, Closed; Dec. 31, 8 raising a hullabaloo-tootint;

HOBBY SHOP: Dec. 24, 9 a.m. a.m. to 4 p.m.; Jan. 1, Closed. horns, blowing whistles, firing: :

to 4 p.m.; Dec. 25, Closed; Dec. TICKET SALES, BLDG. 704: guns: ringing! bells, and general

1 WHEEL DEAL s' 31, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.; Jan. 1, Dec. 24, Closed; Dec. 25, Closed; shrieking and yelling-is a longtime : -

Closed. Dec. 31, Closed; Jan. 1, Closed. method of driving evil

0 UH hlr 4 earshot.spirits away, or at least out of


: 4 CHROME wi .
: : Kissing at midnight report
REVERSED? ; l edly carries less of a guaranteeof

I j&. ...:...,'. I,..," luck than of an increase in
; .'\ 'l I colds during early January.
wiithtb lo" { k
AVAtLAIll
AT 95'f '
f fBCfORTIONATEtOW r : : 'i., The Ideal living I If for nothing else, the morning
44 fKICES ,t location after traditionally is a good

, Wt 44 C for Servicemen I time to look out the window for

and theirfamilies I omens of the coming year.

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V SET I Jax Starting Jan. 1, the

WIQTHST010"IER : 2 Pcols Nr following meal prices will be in

44 129 \ I effect at the Enlisted Dining Hall
Recreation Room for
' SET personnel receiving Com-
w'I I muted Rations
:
I Laundromats

Breakfast: 30 cents
I Appliances 8JiJ N ,Lunch: 70 cents

I I Dinner: 65 cents ,

n.t Night Meal: 70 cents, ', -

I ,Brunch before 9:30: ajn.: 30 cents

p : I Brunch after 9:30: a.m.; 70. cents
1 6017. ROOSEVELT BLVD PHONE 389.3486
(Near Roosevelt Mall, and Jax NAS) Night
1 I' Jan. 3 will be Family.

A 4 k A A the. Enlisted Dining Hall,
4 featuring a Chinese Men ., .

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extend a joy.f lled, Yule

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NAVY ACHIEVEMENT ME DAL-Data Processing Technician .' 'i'A\\yourfmily. _
First Class David.E. Schaff is awarded the Navy Achievement Medal .. :
by Capt. E.R. Sourbeer,Jr., FICEUR CO,for creating an automated & ..::t: wn
1
Intelligence file which became "the nucleus of the intelligence daa >fI..:':: < $
base for the Sixth Fleet and materially enhanced the Intelligence. tthI :
capability of the operational I forces"..

Marines Select Two New LeadersJax t ,. r.t

The Marine Corps will have a new Director r'r'Y.Y. .'
WomenMarinesanda new Sergeant Major of the Marine ., ,: '
Corps early next year. ,' ,'I".
,
Colonel Margaret A. Brewer The new Sergeant Major of'the ,'- ;,
has been selected to become the Marines Corps will be Sgt. MaJ. '.
seventh Director of Women Clinton A. Puckett. '
Marines, replacing Colonel SOUTHSIDE TOYOTA
Jeanette' I.Sustad who will retire He will assume! the post on Feb. .
Feb. 1,1973.Colonel 1,1973upon the retirement of Sgt., 4373 Philips Highway Phone 7373822
Sustad has held that MaJ. Joseph W. Dailey who has
post tine'Jan.'31,1969. held that post since August 1969.

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7.35-14 2.61.. 44.00 $39.60
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8.25-14 3.011 52.00 $46.80
' 8.55-14 3.31.. 57.00 $51.30
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special d A
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Theater at 2 p.m. Satur- ;
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f\\- day.The movies to be shown 1 +'y.I h tF / .
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Otis
are "Cricket on'the
100 YEARS OF FEDERAL SERVICE-C.pt. Paul Kaufman, Hearth" and "Rudolph the
Director.CO, NAVREGMEDCEN, looks on as Wilson Reynolds (30 y
Red Nosed Reindeer"Admission
years),Andrew Davis ((39 years Theodore Hawkins ((20 years) and
John Kaffcrlin((2:0: years)celebrate their combined total of 100 years of is FREE, -...Y.-_-.. .-_...-
Federal_*rvic__,*. repeat, FREE.
.r 11 SECOND PURPLE )HEART-SSgt. James Paw,
MARTD, receives the certificate: for his second Purple
from Lt.Col.Carl F. Bergstrem,Jr.,Detachment

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Bills, bills, bills. They keep pitals and other
piling up day,to day, month to just go ahead and
month for the military family their own.
just like any other family these
What they I h 0
days. When ft comes to medical
CHAMPUS officials
bills, though, military familiesdo
complete a claim :
i get a break. CHAMPUS- ward the bills to the
I the Civilian Health and MedicalProgram
for the state in
of the Uniformed
was received.
Services-will help pay a portion
The best to
way
of of these bills. ,
many right agent and to i
Many military families, how forms, they add, is
ever, are not aware of how to the nearest military
make use of GRAMPUS bene and ask for the
fits when they need them, according visor or Health
to CHAMPUS officials.So selor. If there is no
when they receive bills from stallation local
civilian physicians, civilian hos be able, to help.We're .

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Planning for retirementsoon coverage under the Servicemen's /:
? If so, there are several Group Life Insurance (SGU) We Like Our Readers ::
important things.to consider. plan. Long before that time,
however,consideration should be
One of these is the new Widow's given to the type of insurance
Equity program. Under this plan that will offer protection
program, every military retireecan during the retirement
leave his surviving depen. years. Please Drive Carefully ;
dents 55 percent of his retired pay Among others, the Veterans
at minimal cost. Administration (VA)can provide
Another point to consider is full available.information on policies
that a sailor leaving active duty
receives 120 days of freed Social Security coverage is yet .......-.... ......_......
another item worth checking,
before retirement: During active
duty years, a Navyman contributes at
Jo a Social) Security; .M
program.The amount I< benefits
he and-or his family may receive
will be affected by many things.

For full details, consult your
nearest Social Security Office. BEST WISHES FOR : ....

Perhaps you're considering W- I
employment after retiring from,
active Defense's duty.Referral The Department program of; (::fkhLoIa4

offers the services of a com "
1r puterized skills bank. :- .

This system is programmed to r < carolers sang, candies gleam
match the skill of a military manor
woman with job openings as children laugh. It's Merry
reported by industry In the
various parts of the United >" Christmas time..time to greet ;
States.A man may register in the i
Referral program up to six s : t our friends with every

May months before retiring. ; ,, good wish fora happy holidChristmastide .

songsof If not immediately matched
'
: :- > May
|oy with a job opening, his application : your
..nrlchyour will remain in the be filled with
many toys
I5f.. computer for six months after
Much thanks! retirement.

Above all,visit your Personnel ( \r. blessings of love and peace.F .
OM6 .U..SN..G C"MTa.SHIW'Y1701t : 1
Office before retirement and
KINGSLEYAVE make sure all your personalrecords :
ORAk'GE PARK Ph 264-6942 in order. _
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We are accepting applications for nomination to the:
I your foyal support.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS and CREDIT COMMITTEESee
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"OPEN DAILY 86 SATURDAY 8-2 CREDIT UNION OFFICE. .

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his car In ute 06R..n.II. V. He f a.seth tntmeetfenc the good driver remenv
and grade crossings with bereth that courtesy is
He driveth wtljr when rare. the first law of self-pres.
saber, *Rd seer, to great ervation.
weartnt ,\ VI. He obeyeth the law .( the,
I IHI. land knowing obedience: .
1X1 When ,he, iroeth on foot,
His mind doth not wader may Increase his years. the good driver remem-
for safe driving bereth the Golden Rule.
keepeth a man busy. VII. For the hazards of driving
IV. He keepeth always to the : In the night, he mak.
speed which givtth per eth allowance.!' X. DRIVETH SAFELYl '


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THANK YOU,SPONSORs-Mrs.Maria Bennett(Center),presidentof
the Jax M Wives Club,presents Christmas gifts from n.er!dub to Jax
r Vs sponsors Mrs. Marian Vaught (Left) and Mrs. HelM Sizemore
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Merry Christmas to all our fine

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WE STILL ARE THE PLACE WITH THE .,,
GREATESTTIRE BARGAINS IN FLORIDA

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to thanks to valued
z say. our We Join Santa In taking' this opportunityto
,'1 4 L t ; customers. We greatly wish all of our customers and/riends a Merry,
Merry Christmas. May your holiday b. rich
appreciate your generous with the joy and blessings' of happy family unity rand
warmfrlendhlps.,been our pleasure to serve you.ZISTO..
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JAXAIRNEWS. I i "'- .. Movie Schedule


HAS Jacksonville :I. CALL: 388-2755

LATWINGER AdS Tuesday shOUld fr,r be Pw-blfUtion milled to the arrive not later than ".':." .1 :. '. ".' _.;' .':;.l''. ." ., '.;..::.:I.'I.: .' }fi r
Ads following Thvrsday
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE I PUbls!"rIving' the too I.te 'or thIs cS' line wllt'tIt "Tbundl,Dee.Z1 Starring Glenn Campbell and

Ir I puhlisher Is Instructed following WH'k Unltn the NAS: "HATARI" Adventure Kim Darby. "G" <95 min.)
money otherwise A check fW Drama, Starring John Wayne
I the full cost of the .d HOSPITAL: "ULZANA'SRAID"
WITHor must be
4747 San JuanAvenue received the copy for the .d. and Red Buttons "G" (158 min.)

I HOSPITAL: "EVERY LIT- Sunday,Dec 21
RATE
Jacksonville/ Florida minimum charge("|.int) M TLE
i 'II. CROOK AND NANNY" ..
Per additional. line' (4 word e NAS: "RETURN OFSABATA"
;pKr line ,
J4
ti Comedy, Starring Victor Mature Western, Starring Lee

___ '," --_...._.j.k..T' ____"-44n and Lynn Redgrave. "PG" (92 Van Oed and Reimer Schone.
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'""' [ \; ; : ; [ : \ e:: min.) TG" (106 min.)

NORMANDY ACRES Friday Dec 22 IIOSPITAL:
4 Miles 71 KAWASAKI MT1 CYCLE "NORWOOD"l
west of
Cecil Field Road 75CC Good Cond.,3 NAS: "ULZANA'S RAID" '
Spd. Auto.
frontage, 2 to 20 Acre tracts Land Clutch* Monday Dec 25
the best I Is t50. Call 7251291. Western, Starring Burt LanNAS I'
Investment for the : "CITY BMEAIH THE
Other future caster and Bruce Davison. "R" I
tracts
WANTED available over t' SEA" Adventure Drama
SALESMAN southwest 1969 VW ,
JacksonviiteWynne ((90 min.)
l'f it Florlda Jewelers II W. Excellent l Condition Starring Anthony Quinn and
Forsyth st., 3530625. 319.5514 Realty of Florida M820M HOSPITAL: "HATARI"Saturday Robert Ryan. "G" (93 min.)

W4507IBR .Dec.23 HOSPITAL
:"RETURN OF
SERVICE COMPLETED? 64 COMET CONV. .
,IB
PRETTY NAS "NORWOOD"Drama
: SABATA"
[Military trained medical Technicians Fenced yard,fruit treos very nice Needs painting,$250. ,

[needed.Career Service System but no 516,000.VANSAKDT.Realtor. Call 282.5753

( required. Competitive salary 387.1213
exam vacation, sick leave Credit --.UJ_ _.-. iJCR 72 FIAT ;: ';;);::;$!::; : :::::::;:1-:::::: ::::;:::;:,
[paid BRICK HOME 124 Stattonwagen .
Union Group Medical and Life In. CHftA, carpet double garage, fenced Like New, Phone 2647906'MCHEV.IMPALA I SHERRY CHILDERS :::
yard, In c-
lurance. Rural location, amid ex. Orange Park. 1539 Bay Clr.
I E., 4.J2tY.: .
cellent hunting, fishing and other .-. T' COCKTAIL HOUR 51:30 PM
2DR., H.T.283 cu. In.,radio,htr., A.T.,
recreational' facilities. Write or calf QUICK CASH FOR YOUR
EQUITY P.S., EX. Cond.( $425. 786.0158.MOTORCYCLE) BUD
I personnel Manager Box 221 Ralford, Also, Equities for tale on easy terms. FRETWELL

Florida 320(3, Telephone 431-1212, Edward 0.Lyon, Broker 1I94341 ENTERTAINMENT NITELY

'72 Moto Guzzl' ISO, Windshield,
.. WE BUY A SELL EQUITIES ::: ::::: : :: ::: : : : :::
,'.;',fP>tRl4 'h' .. Cowling Highway Pegs, Police Racks, :: ::: ::: ::: : :::
Call us for Quick service
Saddlebags 8. Sissy Bar, Take over
i Morrison I.Taylor,Inc. pmts. 3884084. SPECIAL RATES
A per penon
454J Weiconnttt 00
"Ir Blvd. FOR SERVICEMEN doublfOCCupancy'
AIRE LITE INDUSTRIES OF JAX 111.3052 737-fM 71 MAZDA SPORT COUPE
Fabrication In rescreening, windowscreens Rotary Engine RX2, Wht. W-Blk. Int., Entertainment Nltely, Quarterdeck Lounge & Dint at Riser's Seafood
screen doors, patio & pool GREENCOVESPRINOSResidential AC, Fully equip. $2700., Call Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial, Phone, Olympic
enclosures, aluminum roofs & carports ,Lots,Acreage 7721020. anytime Swimming, Pool', Free, Undercover Parking.
free estimates. Owned ft Chas Moblty! Realtor 284.'36S
operated by: Norman. T. Abrams, Lea Duncan,Associate 264-6461

USN retired Paul Tinney,256ft Edison J8R,21 HOUSE ,

Avi, 3S4-1242. Ch&A Carpeted, panelled LR, fenced

back yard, carport Midway between MOTOR
HOTEL
A recorded message by Jax & Cecil,4000. equity, pmts. S137. '.
SCOTT EDWARDSTells e'!IX.
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you how to be a I per mo., 786-0858. 901 Main Street Phone 355-374.4 ,,,,..'.

DISCJOCKEYcall Within walking distance to oil point of Interest.
.
355 2944 any hour. Approved for
.. llil"W
viterins. Columbia School of

Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not ; 1I.
affiliate with C3S, Inc. Course by '
home study. ORANGE PARK
2 BR .Apts. Furn. or unfurn., Dishwasher
i NEWRCAindZENITHSTEREO Drapes, Carpets. Elizabeth
Consoles, some with AM-FM, tape Apts. 771-1405 or 7713355. .

players, at dealers' cost to liquidatestock. I. [: .
Full warranty' phone 7710409TYLER'S GIVE US A CALL FOR

Quick Rental of your Property
HEATING&AIR COND. Edward 0. Lyon, Broker 389-0361
Central &' Wall Furnaces, space 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781-5511

heaters, cleaned ft repaired. Open gaily 8 to 8:30: -Saturday 8 to Sunday 1 to 6 PM
Lakeshore 4711 Palmer 388.5161. WILMAR APARTMENTS

Air Conditioned, 2 bedroom, LI vino 72 VW CAMPER 7,000 miles, Pop Top, Tent $3795
KIRBY VACUUM(CLEANER
room Kltche, Brfst. nook, parking] '
72 VW SUPER BEETLE
Responsible party take up pmts. of$5 R&H,6,000miles $2095
space for 2 cars, water, sewage;
a month. Call dealer. n2.8936.WArHED.ORIENTAL 72 VW SUPER BEETLE AT AC
? garbage, lawn service. Furnished"S120. Warranty $2595.
Unfurnished.$100., 4
COINS plus per
71 VW SUPER BEETLE Auto R&H
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711M96or write Asiatic Coins, f-. 0., cent sales tax. 367-2541 weekends, 389- '1 $2095

Box 30353. Jax. 32230. 0744. a x 71 VWSUPER BEETl.E A/vVFAA/ Low Milage $1995

RIVERSIDE DAY CARE CENTER TRAILER SPACE 70 VW SEDAN R&H, AC AT $1795
Nursery thru Kindergarten, week t
days. 388.7689. 3 Acres 282.5753,fenced 1 70 VW SEDAN R&H $1695

COUCH A CHAIR _.\4 _,, 69 VW SEDAN R&H $1595
Wooden frame with 6 cushions i In ? ." ...
COUch & 2 In chair. Just right for then TRAILER 5. 68 VW SEDAN R&H r $1395
& In me., 2BR,ext. LR, AC, & Ig. fenced- ..
good cond. Call 772 9165 and
make offer aft. 4 P.M. In yd., SI 10. per mo., 2* -6829. L .A 66 VW SEDAN R&H, New Paint $995

r. ., 71 VW FASTBACK R&H
", '" .w "H g""a t "'s''-C; $2195
DATING BY COMPUTER i : .
For Fun,'friendship, "marriage.. For 6. .,Mh" .:.,: :. ;,. 69 VW FASTBACK R&H, AT, AC $1895
unmarried adults only. Send name, FIRE INSURANCE for your
address P 0. & age In confidence to C.S.1, JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Christmas Tree is a U.L. labelon 71 VW SQUARE BACK Auto, R&H $2595

Box 6264 Jacksonville, Fla.32205. 1 Qtr. mile No.of NAS. Clean Modern that string of lights unless 69 VW, CAMPER Pop Top, R&H '; $2595

XMAS TREES trailers and Apts. 3893007. you're lucky enough to hate 71 KARMANN GHIA R&H I a ,.4 $2295
Cut or alive soc per foot. Mr. R. G. Sunken Gardens, Fla. model '" "'/
waves, 10033 Kings Rd. Jax 32219 Call I| FOR SALE2MOBILE HOMES Carroll around to smother 69 KARMA'NGHIA, R&H, AT :. $1695
1T" Cathy
-B85, Dlnsmore. Live In one,rent other. App. $200. mo. .
Dead Lake. 7860712. 7714040. your fire. 70.VW FASTBACK ATR&H $J is'$

Wilford's LIVE CRABS Fish Camp 70 VW BUS Deluxe R&H "ltr ,, $2495,

264.9707OFFICER'S 12x6O. 2BR 71,W-W NEW carpet YORKER CH&A, W-D LOOKINGFORA 71 VW DELUXE BUSAC"R&H ', :4;' ;;: .. $2795 ,,
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Size UNIFORMS Compl. Furn., plus 10'x7' UNI. shed. 71 VW BASIC CAMPER R&H $3095
42. Blues & Whites, All ..c.cessorles. Call 771-6795

Very good condition., Must Extra Sharp
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jMil Make *
offer 396-5320. '72KINGSWOOD
12x65 2BR W-W Carpet CH W.O NEW 67,CHEVY CAPRICE R&H $1095

KENMORE ELEC. DRYER Mil 772-9439 (one 8,000 BTU AC). 67 VW SEDAN R&H $1095
Brand new$100. CAREER?

771-6757 '70 SABRE12x60 Nice Selection of other Model VW's'w.
2BR, 1 bath, W-W Shag 2AC If you qualify
o St RlWANTED Units Exc. Cond., Assume pmts. of and are willing to work
hlr. LOUis Will S106M Must sell, getting out of Navy. It Is possibleto
eave expenses & help' d Ives| Want to Call work 772.3156 or 771.9636. earn in excess of
on the 28th. Contact HM Tom
$20,000 per year '
urner, Bka. P40. 2004 or call 7723948., en ea. .eoroo.a ca ma ''x. atl4Qea within 3.5 years. gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection.
Then we tuned up, tightened,and replaced everything that needed It.
DISHWASHER Management training program, And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
RCA Whirlpool,$60. starting salary negotiable. Call major/ mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
264.5953MIDDLEBUAREA BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn,'U..S.NavyRetired double check.

Used VW's, compacts, other foreign ( ), Sales Manager *ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
makes. Astro Motors 6566 NormandyBlvd. with Metropolitan Life Insurance ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEMECEMBER
781.4978. Company at telephone number
-. 356.2621 If Interested. .
'70 MUSTANG MACH I

ere MObil. Hom. tr.cta In Sunny. AC 4 Spd. Dark green Exc. Cond.,
de rarms.: CIII 264.2OU. :Call LIst-A-Car, 724-0655.


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I Sends Greetimgs. To Woodpeckers

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; + Jax-If you think that this past weekend's cold snap
I 1 + was something to shiver about, consider the delights of

wintering-over in Keflavik, Iceland. .
I \ The Dragons of VP-50 know what it's all about.
\\1r Nd I''' Alternating rain and mountains of snow maRe life

/ $ miserable when they are accompanied by bitter cold
and hurricane force winds.
;f The Dragons take Perverse joy in welcoming home the
t+ry t Pu Woodpeckers of sister squadron VP-49. With long

memories of their own winters in "Kef", VP-56ers are
sympathetic to the tales of sunless days and endless

nights.
The Dragons have been enthusiastic in their supportof
the visiting Woodpeckers. Each returning flight from
the cold North is greeted with maintenance help,

r,ui, I tij refreshments, friendly faces, and best of all, warm

families.,
j / r ,1 ? ., r!I The Dragons also advise families of returning flight
schedcles and fete them while awaiting their home-

\ > coming crews.It .
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t cI. .,, will be VP-56's own turn up north in a few short
months, but this time they will miss most of the snow.
As for the crews more familiar with the warmer
climates of Jacksonville and the Azores, one can hardly
"WHY ME WHY MET"Is the question running through the crew's minds as they discuss whetheror say that,any are straining in their traces to return to the
not to open the door. land of fire and ice.
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Fair ;..,
HousingflLaw. ? :

M !YIM i Rules Out Discrimination

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r Iy MAN Jax .The Fair Housing Law should be the concern of all military
personnel and their'families. r
The law,based on Title VIII of the Civil Rights Law of 1963, makes
iiscrimlnatlon based m race,color, religion or national origin illegal
n connection with the sale or rental of most homing,and any vacant
and offered for residential construction or use. "'
The following discriminatory! acts are also prohibited by law:
efusing to sell or rent to, deal or negotiate with any person;
liscriminating by advertising that housing is available only to persons. ,
tf a certain race,color,religion or national origin. -
Also outlawed are: denying that housing is available for inspection,
tale or rent when it really is available; "block-busting",or,for profit,
XTsuading owners to sell or rent housing by telling them that minority
groups are moving into the neighborhood; denying or making difjferent .
tetras of conditions for home loans by commercial lenders,such
M banks,savings and loan institutions,and insurance companies; and
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Jax-If you think that this past weekend's cod snap
Mrr'' t i something to shiver about, consider the delightswas of

wintering-over in Keflavik, Iceland. .
TlieDragonsofVPSGknowwhatit'sallabout.Alternating .
rain and mountains of snow life

miserable when they are accompanied by bitter cold

and hurricane force winds.
p The Dragons take perverse joy in welcoming[home the

Woodpeckers of sister squadron VP-49 With long
memories of their own winters in "Kef", VP.;6ers are

sympathetic to the tales of sunless days and endless

nights. .
The Dragons have been enthusiastic in their supportof
the visiting Woodpeckers. Each returning flight from

k the cold North is greeted with maintenance help,
refreshments, friendly faces, and best of all, warm

( families.
The Dragons also advise families of returning flight
schedules and fete them while awaiting their home-

coming crews.It .
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months, but this time they will miss most of the snow.
As for the crews more familiar with the warmer

4 climates of Jacksonville and the Azores, one can hardlysay
"WHY ME WHY ME'"Is the qutstlon running through. the crew's minds s they discuss whether that any are straining in their traces to return to the
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The Fair Housing Law should be the concern of all military
personnel and their families ,
; The law,based on Title VIII of the Civil Rights Law of 1968, makes
+ : 4'X liscrimination based on race,color, religion or national origin illegal
n connection with the sale or rental of most housing, trad any vacant
and offered for residential construction or use "'
The following discriminatory acts are also prohibited by law:
NI f } efusing to sell or rent to, deal or negotiate with any person;
liscriminating by advertising that housing is available only to persons. ..
rf a certain race,color,religion or national origin. '
Also outlawed are: denying that housing is available for Inspection,
tale or rent when it really is available; "block-busting",or,for profit,
>ersuading owners to sell or rent housing by telling them that minority
groups are moving into the neighborhood; denying or making difjerent -
terms of conditions for home loans by commercial lenders,such
: is banks,savings and loan institutions,and insurance companies; and
denying to anyone the use of, or participation in, any real estate
services,such ai brokers organizations, multiple listing services, or
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U's aircraft. He Is a flight took the oath for four more years. DELVALLE reenlisted for six enlistment for three additional years in the Marine Air Reserve at
engineer with Crew II. at F1CEUR.) years at the Marine Barracks.ATI .- VMA-14J from Lt. Col. Frank R. Pound, Jr., Squadron Commander.


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Narjax Comes Out Of Loser's Bracket -'_..lfi';.>',..!..o."' ....,,. '.'.,.. .:.........;:.,."....... ..

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To Win NAS IntramuraLFootball, Crown" 0': Bowling I\


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Jax -The NarJax intramural football team came out \ Standings

of the loser's bracket in the NAS Jax football finals last ., ; w L

week towin the championship from VP-45 18-8, I LITTLE BEARS 28 12POWELL
In order to win the championship NarJax had to beat PLYMOUTH 25 15

VP-45 in two consecutive games since VP-45 had no GOOD CLEAN DRUNKS 23 17
into the finals AUTO BARNS 22 18FRABRANCH91
losses going and NarJax had one loss, a 20 20
defeat at the hands of the
28-26 Marine Barracks in the + J ANCHOR KLANKERS 20 20
first round. WHITEY'S FISH CAMP 18 22
With the first game being an absolute must for NarJaxto THE MAKE-UPS 4 ,36

have even a crack at the title,they promptly showed 4 4a

VP-45 their intentions with a 32-0 win. Braswell and INTRAMURALPING

Maiorana took turns crossing the goal lines for NarJax PONG "
with Braswell scoring three touchdowns and Maioranatwo.

Abbott added a two-pointer to the effort.In FINAL STANDINGS ,

the next game VP-45 made things a little rougher r MEDICAL W.L 11 ; 0

when they took an 8-6 lead at halftime. Ziegler scored NATTC \ 10 1

the touchdown and Holk added the two-pointer for VP- OFFICER'S MESS", k >oj 9" 2
45. Abbott scored NarJax's first half touchdown but NARJAX ; aK 7. 4..
their extra point attempt failed. MATSG 74:14'679th
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The second half was all NarJax's however 1972 NAS Jax Football Champs '. '......5 irJ...,6
as FICEUR, 5 .. 6, *
shut Braswell out VP-45.and Flair scored touchdowns and the defense Hospital Wins Golf Title Doyel's ; p: V*


This was a complete 'reversal of last '
years championship Bars \.
game when VP-45 upset a previously unbeaten After Nine-Hole Playoff ."...',. i.J{. ;"

NarJax team 28-14. '
Jax-K*pital of the National for scratch totals and when they ., t
League won the 1972 Intramural figured it out with handicaps they '"1 ",
Gels Championship last week were tied again at 4% points . ,
;hen they dropped the NarJaxNo. apiece.In ', .
1 team from the American
League 63. the nine-hole playoff Hines
It wasn't as easy for Hospitalas and Kelcrewski shot 40s
the final score might indicate while Mollencop was shooting a
however, because it took a 36. When it came time for the
playoff to determine the winnerof tabulations, both teams had
again tied with scratch totals but
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the intramural playoffs. This <:::>>
1 happened when NarJax tied this time Hospital won by han :7p 'I _" .
v") _ : dicap and claimed the hotly 'I fM''frJ0 ?
; both
_ Hospital scratch and han / c.::>
dicap in the finals .a nine-hole contested crown. .
match had to be played to While Hospital and NarJax
,1 determine the final winner.In ,were playing for first and second Ain't nobody comin' in our
t the 18-hole match Kelc- VP-5 claimed third with a 6-3 win barracks with reindeer manureon
his boots r
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to lead Hospital while Mollencop
THE STORY OF THE GAME The NarJax quarterback quickly had a 76 and Smith an,,82 for
evades an on-rushing V P.4S player and narrowly escapes his grasp. NarJax. When the final
The 1972 NAS Football Title also evaded VP-45's grasp as NarJax won tabulations were made, both
the crown with an 184 vfdcry. teams were awarded three points .' y


VP.5 Wins J I k



Tennis CrownJaxVP5 IEE willgetyou ,

won the NAS Jax
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intramural tennis title last week i
when they defeated the Naval ar
Weather Service team 3-2 in a OTRadial .
playoff for first..
The became
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when both teams ended their 2 + 4Polyester
regular season with records of 10 t
wins and one loss. Cord

David Beauchamp and Joel ffYouJoj ,
Howard both won their matches Rayon Belt
for VP-5 while Jim Sterling and
Don Anderson lost theirs. INSTANT
Beauchamp disposed of Bruce CREDIT The
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Anderson lost to Glenn Vaught 6- SPECIAL BR78-13&15 $12996 st to dub
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station championship. Whitewalls add GR7814&15LARGE $14680 SUti # 1 Put a little away in the

Beauchamp and Sterlingteamed $2.00 Christmas Club each .
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Jax Four teams in the NAS Schellhase with 10. game of the week but came back SPRING BOWLING LEAGUESJax
Jax intramural basketball BEARDEN LEADS VP-S later In the week to take a 70-63
leagues continued to sport unbeaten The VP-5 team returned to the decision from NarJax.In .
records through last form they displayed the first their loss to Public Works
week's action. week of the season last week the Marines led 35-33 at the half The NAS Jax Athletic Office held an
VPMedical and NDRC kept when they scored a 104-61 victoryover but Ivey and Hitler got hot In the organizational meeting for the upcoming Spring In-
their streaks going in the Communications and addeda second half for Public Works. tramural Bowling Leagues and very few ,team
American League while the 119-55 win over NATTC.In Ivey hit for 15 of his 23 points and representatives attended. If you plan on haviLfi a oiOiAin '
Hawks continued to lay claim to downing Communicationsthey Hitler hit for 10 of his 22 points. Office
let the Athletic :5
the only unblemished record in cut off Communication'spotent The big difference In the game the Spring Bowling Leagues :
the National League. three man attack duringthe proved to be the free-throws. know of your intentions as soon as possible.
The Hawks from Hospital ran first half and built up a 59-26 Public Works hit 17 of 31 while the
their record to seven straight lead. In the second hall Marines had only six op- CIVILIAN GOLF ASSOCIATIONJax
wins without a loss last week Scheindel hit for 19 of his 30 portunities and made good on
when they coasted to a 10044 win points and Schuetz hit for 11 of his
two.The in the NAS Jax Civilian Golf
over MARTD. Klein was the top 14 but it was too late to overcome Marine Barracks came Membership
Hawk with 29 points followed by VP-5's first half lead. back to beat NarJax later In the Association: (CGA) is now open to any civilian employees -
Cooper with 20, Pearson with 15, Hergenrother held to only six week when Stranko hit for 15, at NAS Jax, NAS Cecil and NS Mayport. All
Ruggiero with 14 and Newman points ,for the entire game. Daniels 14, Austin 12 and Wright civilian:solf ers are welcomed whether scratch player or
with 10.VP45. Bearden was the man responsiblefor 11. Thomas was high man, novice.
continued their unbeaten VP-5's big first half lead when however, with 26 for NarJax.
""' The next for the CGA will be at the Green
", streak in much the same manner he scored 23 of his 36 points. tourney
j as the Hawks when they sent ". Anderson added 21 to VP-5's FIEUR LOSES TWO Acres Golf Club on December 28. Anyone interested in
AIMD down to defeat by a 101-36 cause.' FICEUR just couldn't seem to joining the Club is invited to 'play in the tournament.
margin.Delk was the top man on In their win over NATTC find the hoop last week In their Contact Ralph Norton at 786-6787 after 4 p.m. for further
a list of six that hit for double Bearden saved his hot hand for game with MATSG and when information on the club and the tournament.
figures In VP-45's sixth win of the the second half when he scored 24 they did it was too late. FICEUR
season when he scored 22. He was of his 38 points and continued managed only 10 points for the
followed by Pruett with 17, Bell his quest for the league scoring entire first half as they went on to SENIOR LIFESAVING COURSE
with 16 and Lover and Dorsey title. Anderson added 20 and a 70-48 defeat. Pearson managed
with 10 each. AIMD just couldn't Herrington 15 to back up Bear- 18 points for, FICEUR In the Jax Special Services is conducting a Red Cross
seem to find the range In this den's efforts. second half to give him a total of
Senior Lifesaving Course at the NAS Jax Indoor Pool on
'J" game as they missed all eight of HOSPITAL WINS SIXTH 22 in a losing cause.
'. ,n their free throw attempts. The Hospital team remainedhot In their game with VW-4 they Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings from 5-
AIMD also extended another on the heels of their rival managed to find the hoop but still 7:30 p.m. beginning on January 2 and ending on January ...
unbeaten string when they fell to Hawk team with a 69-49 victoryover came up short when Heath and 25. Anyone 15 years of age or older interested in taking-
E NDRC 5934. Dauer and Bowmanled MARTD. Davis led Hospitalto Parker got hot hands and lead this course may register at the pool on the first class
NDRC to their fifth straight their sixth win against one loss VW-4 to an $2-78 win. Heath session
win with 10 points apiece. Sutton with 24 points. Tuggey' led, the scored 20 of his 28 points in the January 2.
s of AIMD was high man In the losers with 23. MARTD's only first half while Parker picked up
H game with 13. consolation in this game was 25 In the game. Brinkerhoff had
Medical's streak went to five their 53 per cent free-throw 24 and Pearson 19 for,the losers. Special Appeal Made
straight when Johnson scored 34 percentage as compared to VP-24 DOWNS AIR OPS
and lead his team to a 73-56 win Hospital's 29 per cent.. In'the only other game played .
i over AIr Ops. Also hitting for MARINES SPLIT TWO last week VP-24 took a close one To Holiday Hunters
double figures for the winners The Marines lost a tough one to from Air Ops when Morrow found ;, .
were Attanasio with 13 and Public Works 65-58 in their first the range in the second half and
lead VP-24 to a 73-71 come-from- 'Jax-With the hunting season in training program, indicated that
I full swing and sportsmen a number of hunting accidentscan
behind many ,
win. Air Ops led 40-35 at ,
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the half but Morrow scored 17 of preparing for a heavy holiday be traced back to a shooter's
i; his 22 points in the second half hunting schedule, the Game and anxiety, and reported that over-
H.L. (Pat) GROSSKOPF and led his team to victory. Fresh Water, Fish Commission anxious hunting practices can
Frierson had, 21 and Warner 20 made a special appeal for result in a seriously injured
C: ANNOUNCING HIS ASSOCIATION 1 for Air Ops. sportsmen to take a moment for fellow sportsman, or at' best, a
WITH themselves and for'their hunting damaged friendship.
f 'EVER"Ba'' ,ASlOfcWItS companions. "Sportsmen,whether:novice or
According to the Commission, old timer, should take extra care
1929 PARK AVE ORANGE PARK, FLA. 32073 D each sportsman that goes to the while in the field. Especially in
TELEPHONE 264-44M field is responsible for his own those times when many hunters
E safety the safety of his com- are prone to let their normal
Insurance *Investments panions, and safety of others. precautions slide," Carter said
Captain James Carter, coordinator "For example," Carter 'con
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I jax The Jax Navy Ferrand of Patrick was points and Breezed to their
sketball team traveled high scorer in the game fourth 'win against four
Ito Patrick Air Force Baselast with 29.The losses.

weekend and returned second game with Warner was high man in
|with 110-76 and 98-51 Patrick went pretty much the second game with 23

[victories.The the same as the first for points. He was followed by
Fliers broke the 100 the Fliers. The only dif- Bell with 14, Luchi and

[point barrier for the first ferences were that their Paul Tuggey ,with 12 each
time this season when margin of victory was and Ralph Calloway and rt A V .
Mike Luchi led a group of larger and instead of five Jim Attanasio with 10

:i five Fliers who hit for men in double figures they each. fe
double figures. Luchi's 25 had six. The Fliers will take a Trr

were high with Mark At halftime of the second two week rest over the

Warner contributing 19, game the Fliers held a 44- holidays and will return to
Rick Pructt 17, Vince Bell 31 lead. Not satisfied witha action January 5-6 when

11 and Harvey\ Poole 10. 13 point lead the Fliers they play host to the PICTURE OF HEALTH and well-bvinK U reflected by Linda Walker
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and held the Presidential Sports Award Program by writing Box 129, Radio
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The Marines nearly pulled the John McClure led the romper set gray hatred wonder of the
upset of the season in their recent with 11 points. "hardwoods" wears a jacket on
encounter with league leading VA-66 scored a 91 .25 rout over his right arm between shots
VA-12. After trailing 39 28 in the Medical. Terrell took over the (even when the air conditioningis
early moments of the final scoring lead with 34 points whileteammates off) and brings.his own trainer
stanza, the Marines pulled to Hogan ((15), Sullivan Despite the intensity of Mel's 4V
withing 2 points of VA12. The ((14)), Walton ((13) and McMUlian interest in his own health, 'eve ...
final score was 52.50. Don Allen ((12)) each hit in double figures. have it from reliable sources thata
with points and Ed Easley with Gutting had 13 for Medical. little old lady beat the pants off
14 led the VA-12 scoring attack. GOLF him the other night.
Randy ,Tesh had 15 for the The VC-2 "Dragonfiyers" are Everyone have a Merry
Marines. the new Cecil Field intramural Christmas and prosperous New 4)I.
VA-66's Terrell scored 31 pointsto golf champoins. Cecil Field's Year.
lead his team to a 66 53 win smallest squadron downed .. .
over VA-45. Fred Kitts had 22 for NAMTD on Dec. 15, 7 points to 5 'Hi Daddy' >
VA-45 and Handy chipped in with to win the coveted title. LCDR Jerry F. Kennedy presented CDR Robert J. Kelly with the
16 for VA 66. Kitts connected on a The team members arc+ LTJG Film to be Aired silver mug for his outstanding achievement In the LTV Corsair II.
52 foot shot in the last 2 seconds of "Rob" Pharr ((94)), Dan McGinn From left to right art: Jim toad LTV representatives and seated In
'. the 1st half to provide the bulk ofVA45's (93)), LT Dick Dounltt, Pete the cockpit Is plan Captain Ted J Davies.
excitement. Craig,Dennis Holloway and Tom Bill Groves,.News Director of
VA-72 turned back VA-45, 56 Fox. WJXT television Channel 4, has WOO Hours
50. Johnny Coon scored.16 points It's a pleasure to see the Davids Indicated that Channel 4 is Logged
for the winners and in our midst rise up and slap the planning to air portions of the
Fred Kitts 25 for the losers. An Goliaths down. "Ill-Daddy".film which was shot CDR' Robert J. Kelly, memorating his achievement.The .
oddity of the game saw only three MISCELLANEOUSStill in early November at the Lake Executive Officer of Attack presentation was made Just
players score for VA-45: In addition nothing from Mayport on Newman Lodge. Last word from Squadron SEVENTY-TWO} after CDR KELLY and LTV test
to Kitts, Barr had 13 and the smoker, Perhaps after the Channel 4 was that the station recently logged his 1000th flight pilot Jim READ flew the '100th
Perkins 10 points. holidays the two teams can get planned on using the VA-45 Del. ihour in the LTV Corsair II. hour in the YA-7H Corsair II
VA-66 won their 2nd game of together.It portion of the film on Christmas LCDR Jerry F. KENNEDY, a experimental trainer. Coincidently -
the week with a 59 51 pating of would seem that every Eve, 24 December. former member of VA-72, test pilot Jim READ
AMD. Terrell had 28 points and "sport" breeds the genus prima presented CDR KELLY with the also just recently logged his
Hogan 11 for VA-66. McGee and donna, and shuffleboard as The film is shot annually and traditional silver mug com- lOfdOth) hour in the- Corsair- -- -II.-,
ft'j James Woods each had 21 tallies played in the Ancient Mariners gives the kids and the moms a '
for AMD. Spa (CPO Club) is no exception.A chance to extend their personal 73 W. O. Y. Deadline ExtendedThe
VA-12 turned back Dental 46 certain puck pusher by the Christmas Greeting to their
15 in an easy game. Easley had 18 unlikely name of Mel Frazier has who is 1973 Military Wife cf the select a nominee, prepare the
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To a this holiday season. COMNAVAIRLANT is now 10 COMNAVAIRLANT deadline.
I ESp lE pR1C Es January 1973. Entry forms are
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Jax-The Splitroafcers: ftoattheCommitfbe4 t and Claims
Offlcer'i Mess; finished with a 601 set.
} ) The Women's Lib team
won ,ie NAS Jax Intramural the Naval Hospital made a from fine Pistol Crown:
Championship last week
Bawling
showing in the male dominated "
vith a 12 game total plnfall of
playoffs
when they moved up Jax-VP-45 claimed (the NAS cad '
10,821.jficolasora' from their seventh place first intramural
pistol championship
538
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position to finish fifth witha recently when they out shot
523 that included a 215 game total of '
10,384 pins.
and Garcia rolled a 52:in the last FICEUR 2165 to 2100.
round to lead the Splitmakers to a The Dragons No. 1 team from The win was especially
i, victory margin VP-56 made a strong showing in
161 pilA satisfying for VP-45 since they
: The team that finished behind the last round to move from ninth i had lost their league title to
'' them were the, Hawks from to sixth. Hedgecoth's 61T set with Weapons in a shoot-ot'f) Just two
MARTD who finished with a total games of 215-194-208 and Nyseth's days before the playoffs.
of 10,660 pins.The Hawks were in 594 set with games of 201-201.192
fourth place after the first round were the principle factors in their f r ,, FICEUR, who finished secondin
but came back to finish second rise to sixth with a 10,379 total. 4. their league, took care of
Weapons 2149 to 2089 in the first
mainly on the strength of Jasko's Finishing out the standingswere
round) of the playoffs while VP-45
267 game and 621 series. ADCOP in seventh with
was out-shooting NATTC 2142 to
The Pathfinders from FAW-11 10,350, the' Late Chargers from WOMEN'S FALL HANDICAP WINNERS.. Pictured above are the
lost their first round position to 679th with 10,317 finished eighth winners of the Ladles Golf Association's Fall Handicap Tournament 2059.With
the Hawks by two pins.The Path. with Parsons rolling games of They art (L to Rh) Betty Kelczewskl ((1st" Flight winner), Dot Hilton the two league runner-ups
finders finished in third with 'a 203-210-188 for a 601 set, Good and (2nd Flightwinner), Hildur Hart (1st Flight winner), Ruth Bolln (2nd taking the top spots in the station
total of 10,658. Bad from MATSG in ninth with first f flight), Berv McAleer(3rd Flight consolation winner), Julie Uittl playoffs the two league winners
The Rebels from NDRC movedup 10,316 and Flap Jax from the (Ut Flight consolation winner), Lillian Oberhausen (2nd Flight had to settle for third and fourth:
from their fifth place positionin Fleet Photo Lab with 10,261 consolation winner), Ann Wright (3rd flight consolation runner-up) NATTC won third ,place when
the:first'round'.to'finish fourth finished tenth. and VI Pavlich ((3rd Flight consolation runner-up). they edged Weapons 2176 to 2151.
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NOT A DIME TO SPEND FOR MAINTENANCE

: 'You can double the Buyer Protection, Plan coverage on your'73 car to 24 months or 24,000
miles,whichever comes First,and also cover the cost of factory-required maintenance at the
scheduled intervals. Required maintenance includes oil-and-filter changes 15,000-mile
,/ t precision tune-up, emission control services, front-end check, plus all other manufacturer-
2637TRANSAM scheduled services to maintain your car for the 24.month/2 ,OOO-mile limit.The list price for
this extended service policy Is $149.00, but now It's Santa's present for Christmas to you
from Dossabhoy's SOUTHSIDE !

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