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Vol. 68, No. 48                                               www.cherrypoint.marines.mil                                      December 2, 2010                                        See A3

MALS-40 receives highest
DOD maintenance award




                                                                                                                                                                       LANCE CPL. CHRISTOFER P. BAINES
                                                                            Gunnery Sgt. Michael Eason, an administration chief with Officer Candidate School, Marine Corps
                                                                            Base Quantico, Va., holds a rubber rifle while using his assault pack as a floatation device during a
                                                                            demonstration for the new Marine Combat Water Survival training Nov. 19. The new Marine Corps
                                                                            water survival course has a renewed focus on familiarizing Marines with gear in the water at even
                                                                            the most basic level.



                                                                            Swim qual gets new rules
                                                                            New water survival qualification streamlines
                                                     CPL. SAMUEL A. NASSO
                                                                            training, enhances individual Marine safety
Lance Cpl. Eduardo Thompson, a ground support equipment                     LANCE CPL. CHRISTOFER P. BAINES         marksmanship program, he add-          over in the water, egress situa-
                                                                            HEADQUARTERS MARINE CORPS
mechanic with Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 40, Marine                                                         ed. It allows commanders and           tions are going to come.”
Aircraft Group 40, Marine Expeditionary Brigade-Afghanistan,                   The Marine Corps has imple-          unit leaders to know how com-             Another goal of the new Ma-
replaces the relay on a generator Dec. 17, 2009, in Afghanistan.
                                                                            mented a new qualification sys-          fortable their Marines are in wa-      rine Corps water surival program
MALS 40 received the 2010 Phoenix Award, the Department
of Defense’s highest maintenence award, at the DOD’s
                                                                            tem for combat water survival.          ter with the name associated.          is to enhance the abilities of Ma-
maintenance symposium in Tampa, Fla., Nov. 17.                              The new system enhances safe-              In addition to the new quali-       rines that may not be as strong
                                                                            ty, increases effectiveness and         fication ratings and mission en-        in the water as others, allowing
CPL. RASHAUN X. JAMES                                                       simplifies qualification require-         hancement, new elements have           those who usually complete the
MCAS CHERRY POINT
                                                                            ments.                                  been adopted to give Marines           minimum score, combat water
   A 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing squadron took home one of the                    “The new Marine Corps Wa-            practical skills for the combat        survival class 4, to learn and be
Department of Defense’s highest awards for maintenance perfor-              ter Survival training Program           zone. One such element, known          proficient with gear in the water,
mance, Nov. 17.                                                             provides a more streamlined and         as the gear drop, evaluates the        which isn’t required with the old
   Marine Aviation Logistics Squadron 40 received the 2010 Phoe-            expeditionary-force-relevant            Marines’ ability to shed all of        program.
nix Award, part of the 2010 Secretary of Defense maintenance                program, while simultaneously           their gear while submerged.               “Instead of Marines coming
awards program, at the DOD’s maintenance symposium and exhi-                reducing training requirements             “One of the biggest changes         in and just achieving CWS-4, it
bition in Tampa, Fla.                                                       on the operating forces,” said          is the gear shed,” said Gunnery        allows them to do the gear side
   The award recognizes military maintenance groups for their per-          Capt. Andrew Snyder, program            Sgt. Roy Partin, Marine Com-           of things,” said Cpl. Katherine
formance. The recipient of the award is selected from the six Secre-        manager, Marine Combat Water            bat Water Survival instructor          Smith, an administrative clerk
tary of Defense field-level maintenance award winners. The winner            Survival Program, Training and          trainer, Marine Corps Combat           with 4th Marine Corps Recruit-
is recognized as the best maintenance unit within the DOD.                  Education Command.                      Service Support School, Marine         ing District and a Combat Water
   After activating in 2009, MALS-40 spent a year deployed to Af-              This new program breaks              Corps Base Camp Lejeune, N.C.          Survival instructor. “In the case
ghanistan, where the squadron provided maintenance support to               down the qualification levels            “The battlefield is changing so         you’re in a combat zone, you
various types of aircraft, ranging from AV-8B Harriers to MV-22B            from six to three – basic, inter-       we have to adapt our training to       know exactly how to use it and
Ospreys. The squadron, which was part of Marine Aircraft Group              mediate and advanced – much             coincide with that. They’ve got a
40, Marine Expeditionary Brigade-Afghanistan, was less than one-            like the rating system for the          lot of gear on. If a vehicle turns               See SWIM page A9
half the size of a normal MALS.
   “MALS-40 Marines provided 275 intermediate-level support ca-
pabilities for the air combat element,” said Maj. Lowell Schweick-
art, who served as MALS-40’s operations officer in Afghanistan.
“This support enabled the ACE to generate and sustain more than
35,000 combat flight hours. The true beneficiaries of our efforts
were the MEB Marines who received quality air support whenever
required.”
   The unit, comprised of Marines from a dozen separate aviation
units throughout the Marine Corps, was deactivated shortly after
its return in March.
    “It was a privilege to serve with the Marines of MALS-40. We
all learned a lot and pulled together to accomplish the mission,”
said Schweickart. “As we all disperse back to our units throughout
the Corps, we will take the lessons that we have learned and pass
those along to our fellow Marines. I firmly believe that the Marines
of MALS-40 will continue to strive for excellence and will demand
the same of those around them.”

                                        See MALS-40 page A9


    Renovated Marine Mart replaces 7-Day Troop Store                                                                             Suicide survivor
                                                                                                                                 brings story to Cherry
                                                                                                                                 Point Marines
                                                                                                                                 LANCE CPL. CORY D. POLOM
                                                                                                                                 MCAS CHERRY POINT


                                                                                                                                     In recent training, Cherry Point Marines and Sailors
                                                                                                                                  were given a unique look into suicide, breaking down
                                                                                                                                  stereotypes and building up their awareness.
                                                                                                                                     Throughout the third week of November, 2nd Ma-
                                                                                                                                  rine Aircraft Wing and Cherry Point Marines visited the
                                                                                                                                  Training and Education Building to talk with Dr. Dan
                                                                                                                                  Reidenberg, the executive director of the Suicide Aware-
                                                                                                                                  ness Voices of Education.
                                                                                                                                     “Every 15 minutes we lose someone in America to
                                                                                                                                  suicide,” said Reidenberg. “What people don’t realize is
                                                                                                                                  depression is not an emotion. It has been proven to be a
                                                                                                                                  sickness.”
                                                                                                                                     Marines met suicide survivor Kevin Hines who talked
                                                                                                                                  about his sickness and the pain he felt in the days leading
                                                                                                                                  up to his suicidal jump off the Golden Gate Bridge.
                                                                                                                                     “I had a tough life growing up,” said Hines. “One day
                                                                                                                                  I just decided it was time to end the pain. Like Dr. Re-
                                                                                                                                  idenberg said, ‘The people who commit suicide do not
                                                                                                                                  want to die – they want to end the pain.’ And it’s true.
                                                                                                                                  I wanted the pain to end, and death was the only way I
                                                                                                        CPL. SAMUEL A. NASSO
                                                                                                                                  thought it would.”
    Jawanna Foreman rings up Lance Cpl. Clinton Clements Nov. 23 at the recently renovated Marine Mart,                              Pfc. Gloria M. Arevato, an administrative clerk with
    formerly known as the 7-Day Troop Store, located in Building 293, on the corner of E Street and 4th                           Headquarters and Headquarters Squadron, said Hines’
    Avenue. The new and improved store features free samples of food and drinks, an increased menu for                            painful story gave her valuable knowledge about the
    the food bar and product giveaways.
                                                                                                                                                                  See SUICIDE page A9
A2 December 2, 2010                                                                  The Windsock


Cherry Point supports Toys for Tots program




                                                                                                                                                                                                       LANCE CPL. SAMANTHA H. ARRINGTON
Toys for Tots donation boxes, marked like this one at Cunningham’s, are set up around the air station, accepting holiday donations to the Toys for Tots program.


From the Chaplain:
LT. CMDR. JAY KERSTEN
MWHS-2 CHAPLAIN
                                                    Freedom requires responsibility
                                        most from the day our country
                                        was born, has been the role of
                                                                               and churches, in our public of-
                                                                               fices and social gatherings. He
                                                                                                                                Legal:
   Our Declaration of Indepen-          moral leadership ... (we need to)      was looking for what he called the               How to prevent identity theft
dence emphatically states every         teach our young people to believe      genius of America. He came to
American is “endowed by the             in the responsibility of one to an-    this conclusion and he wrote these               CAPT. AARON F. DEBRUIN
Creator with certain unalienable        other, their responsibility to God;    words after surveying the Ameri-                 JOINT LAW CENTER

rights.” The central theme of these     to the peoples of the world. Teach     can landscape: “America is great,
rights is “life, liberty and the pur-   them to believe in themselves, to      because America is good, and if                     Last week, I explored what victims of identity theft need to
suit of happiness.” Every time I        believe in their worth as human        America ever ceases to be good,                  know. This week, let’s go over how to avoid becoming a victim
see our glorious American flag I         beings, to believe in their place in   America will cease to be great.”                 in the first place.
am reminded of the freedoms we          leading the world out of the dark-        In our homes, in our churches,                   I know the perfect gift you should give that special someone
have as Americans, such as free-        ness of oppression.”                   in our work places and in our                    this year to really show that you care. When you are searching
dom of speech and freedom of               Our children need to under-         social gatherings we need to be                  for those romantic gifts, don’t look in the perfume isle or the jew-
religion.                               stand the price of freedom and         good so that we can continue to                  elry store, remember, nothing says romance like a paper shredder.
   As we enter a new age of post-       that it needs to be guaranteed by      be great. We live in a global com-               This little device can be found in many stores for a reasonable
modernity we need to reflect upon        the accomplishments of each gen-       munity and the goodness in which                 price and goes a long way to prevent identity theft.
our freedom and heritage. It is my      eration. The United States has         we believe we are established                       How many credit card applications do you get in the mail per
personal feeling and thought that       often been called the beacon of        must be visible for the sake of the              week? Most of us get at least five to 10 per week, and if you
many of us take our freedom for         freedom and liberty, and for many      world community, for possessing                  are like most Americans, those applications go right in the trash.
granted. Others take their free-        oppressed peoples they reinforce       this much power, we must assure                  Without a shredder, those applications become easy pickings for
dom as a license to do whatever         this American idea when they call      the world that we mean it for the                identity thieves. Also, you need to be aware that thieves use oth-
they desire regardless of the con-      out to us in their need. This hope     greater good of humanity, and not                er commonly discarded documents to steal your identity. These
sequences. Freedom has conse-           of theirs lies in our physical and     to dominate it.                                  documents include charge receipts, insurance forms, physician
quences.Freedom requires re-            moral strength, and in our belief         The challenge for us all is to                statements, checks, bank statements and expired charge cards.
sponsibility.                           that all peoples have the funda-       take our freedom seriously. We                   Anything that contains your personal information may be used to
   One of the troubling trends in       mental human right to be free as       must take the responsibility that                steal your identity. Even if you tear the documents to pieces, they
our country is “moral relativism.”      we are.                                history has clearly given us to be               can be put back together to gain your personal information. I bet
Expressions such as, “If it feels          History gives us a plumb line       a “light in the world of darkness”               that shredder is looking pretty good right about now.
good, do it,” or, “You’re okay, I’m     by which we can measure the            and to lead with moral strength by                  Shredding documents is only one step in preventing identity
okay,” are indicative of moral rel-     present and, under the sovereignty     our core values so that freedom                  theft. Guarding your Social Security number is another major
ativism. However, there are moral       of God, guides us in to the future.    can ring throughout our world.                   step. Social Security numbers should be kept in a secure location,
absolutes – things that are clearly     Alexis de Tocqueville, a French        Our flag, our national ensign, is                 not in your purse or wallet since purses and wallets are easily lost
right and wrong.                        statesman, historian and social        our standard waving brightly be-                 or stolen. Do not give out personal information over the phone,
   Adm. Arleigh A. Burke once           philosopher published the book         fore us as a symbol of the moral                 through the mail or on the internet unless you initiate the contact.
stated in a manual, “Moral Lead-        “Democracy in America” in 1835.        ideal for which we must strive as                Remember, your bank will never contact you asking for your in-
ership: The Protection of Moral         He looked around the landscape         a nation and a people. It waves                  formation. Identity thieves are creative and may contact you pos-
Standards and Character Educa-          of America in many different           its bright colors before a world                 ing as bank representatives, internet service providers and even
tion Program,” “America’s most          places, towns and villages, cities     in need as a symbol of hope and
important role in the world, al-        and country sides, in our schools      freedom.                                                                                                             See LEGAL page A9


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                                                                          The Windsock                                                                       December 2, 2010 A3



                                                                                                                   2nd MAW Band
                                                                                                                   tunes up for
                                                                                                                   holiday concert
                                                                                                                   LANCE CPL. SAMANTHA H. ARRINGTON
                                                                                                                   MCAS CHERRY POINT


                                                                                                                      The 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Band is scheduled to hold its
                                                                                                                   free annual Christmas concert at the Cherry Point theater Dec.
                                                                                                                   10 at p.m.
                                                                                                                      The band’s performance is open to residents of Cherry Point
                                                                                                                   and the local community. The gates will open to the public at 5
                                                                                                                   p.m. for patrons with or without an air station decal. The air sta-
                                                                                                                   tion will have special event signs posted to direct attendees to the
                                                                                                                   theater.
                                                                                                                      “After the rave reviews we received from last year’s concert,
                                                                                                                   we feel very good about this year’s performance,” said Staff Sgt.
                                                                                                                     ristofer P. Hutsell, the 2nd MAW band enlisted conductor. “We
                                                                                                                   have added a couple of special numbers to the performance.”
                                                                                                                      The band will perform classic Christmas songs, and patrons
                                                                                                                   can expect exciting twists to their favorite holiday tunes.
                                                                                                                       “Our goal is to bring back those special memories of family
                                                                                                                   and friends during our performance,” said Hutsell. “We spice up
                                                                                                                   the performance by adding different genres and themes to make it
                                                                                                                   interesting and enjoyable.”
                                                                                                                      There will also be a Toys for Tots donation box located in the
                                                                                                                   theater lobby for anyone who wishes to donate.




                                                                                     LANCE CPL. BRIAN ADAM JONES
Staff Sgt. Jerry M. Williams, a musician with the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Band, plays taps on the
trumpet during a performance by the concert band at Indiana Southeast University in New Albany, Ind.,
April 27. The band is currently gearing up for its Christmas concert at the Cherry Point theater, Dec.
10,at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.




                                                                                                                                                                                  DOUG PAYNE
                                                                                                       AMY TRAIL   Master Sgt. Christopher Hansen sings a line from “Rudolph
The 2nd MAW Band plays during its annual Christmas concert, Dec. 11, 2009, at the air station theater.             the Red-Nosed Reindeer” during a Christmas concert at the
The concert included performances from the band and its barbershop quartet, a variety of skits,                    station theater, Dec. 9, 2007. This year’s Christmas concert
including “The 12 Weeks of Boot Camp,” “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and a visit by Santa                       will be held Dec. 10 at 7 p.m. at the station theater and is free
Claus. The band is once again holding its Christmas concert, at the station theater Dec. 10.                       and open to the public.




                                                                                                                                                                   LANCE CPL. BRIAN ADAM JONES
Staff Sgt. Kristofer P. Hutsell, the 2nd MAW Band enlisted conductor, leads the concert band at through a performance at Indiana Southeast University in New Albany,
Ind., April 27. The band is currently preparing for its Christmas concert at the Cherry Point theater Dec. 10 at 7 p.m.
A4 December 2, 2010                                                                             The Windsock



East, West coasts work under one
hangar serving one mission
CPL. DEREK B. CARLSON
3RD MARINE AIRCRAFT WING (FWD)

CAMP BASTION, Afghanistan
– Each squadron of the Marine
Corps aviation community has a
rich history and die-hard pride of
belonging. Taking this into con-
sideration, putting two squadrons
under one roof in the middle of
the desert and expecting them to
collaborate, does not sound like
the best idea, however, the 3rd
Marine Aircraft Wing (Forward)
has done just that.
   The Marine Heavy Helicopter
Squadron 361 “Flying Tigers”
were reinforced by one of its sis-
ter squadrons from Cherry Point,
HMH-366, to ensure the squadron
could meet the rigorous demands
of a heavy lift rotary squadron.
This reinforcement was necessary
to compensate for the squadron’s
reduced manpower, due to an
HMH-361 detachment currently
operating aboard the 31st Marine
Expeditionary Unit. The newly
augmented squadron became of-                                                                                                                                                          CPL. DEREK B. CARLSON
ficially known as HMH-361.                          CH-53E Super Stallions with Marine Heavy Helicopter Squadron 361 line the Camp Bastion, Afghanistan, flight line, ready to support
   The squadron, which operates                    International Security Assistance Forces operations within the region. Being the only CH-53E squadron with 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing
under the HMH-361 flag, is now                      (Forward), the squadron was reinforced with additional manpower from HMH-366. Together, under the HMH-361 flag, the squadron’s
approximately composed of 50                       17 aircraft have transported more than 4.5 million pounds of cargo, 26,000 personnel and flown more than 3,100 flight hours since
percent HMH-361 and 50 percent                     they arrived here Aug. 1.
HMH-366 Marines. The leader-
ship of the squadron, as well as                   sumed they would butt heads and       their predecessor. HMH-466, who         million pounds of cargo, 26,000     sured by the success of future
each individual section within                     their operational styles would        combined forces with HMH-464,           personnel and flying more than       squadrons, not their own.
the squadron, has been structured                  conflict. Fortunately, under the       to become the first squadron to          3,100 flight hours. These accom-        The Flying Tigers have formed
to equally represent personnel                     “adapt and overcome” mindset,         deploy to Afghanistan with two          plishments are a direct represen-   an irreplaceable working rela-
coming from both CH-53E Super                      the Marines came together flu-         squadrons working as one.               tation of the capabilities of the   tionship, but the Marines are anx-
Stallions squadrons.                               idly – gaining and growing the           By learning from the proce-          Super Stallion community col-       ious to return to their respective
   “We had the opportunity to sit                  entire way.                           dures of HMH-466 “Bigfoot,”             laborating to undertake a com-      homes.
down with the staff and figure out                     “It was certainly a transition,”   the Flying Tigers were able to          mon mission.                           “The bonds and friendships
who the main billet-holders were                   said Lance Cpl. Michael Cap-          put a solid plan in motion before          HMH-361 will remain in Af-       these guys are making are
going to be, who would run the                     rett, an aviation technician for      deploying, and stepped on deck          ghanistan for two months, when      incredible, but we can’t wait to
shops,” said Maj. Jacob Matt, the                  the Flying Tigers. “But there is a    ready to support International Se-      they will transfer authority to a   go home,” said Matt. “We are
executive officer for HMH-361.                      vast amount of knowledge to be        curity Assistance Forces through-       third-generation reinforced Super   going to separate coasts, but
“Then we had to take these two                     learned from it. I’m able to take     out the region.                         Stallion squadron. Lt. Col. Doug-   this is a small Marine Corps and
squadrons, these two personali-                    in the best of both squadrons and        Since their transfer of author-      lass Glasgow, the commanding        within a year, we are all going to
ties, and mesh them together.”                     expand on it.”                        ity, which took place at Camp           officer of HMH-361, said that        see each other again somewhere,
   Many of the Marines were un-                       The planning and development       Bastion, Aug. 1, the squadron has       despite the accomplishments of      somehow.”
sure of what to expect when the                    of this hybrid squadron can be        supported countless operations          the squadron in Afghanistan, the
merge began. Most of them as-                      attributed to lessons learned by      by transporting more than 4.5           Flying Tiger legacy will be mea-

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                                                                                                                                                                     LANCE CPL. TYLER J. BOLKEN
Service members and their family members lined up outside the Marine Corps Exchange at 5 a.m., Nov. 26, for the biggest shopping day of the year, Black Friday. The
exchange started receiving deliveries of merchandise in the October to ensure the shipments were in on time and the low prices could be locked in.




Troops line up for savings
Cherry Point Marines, Sailors take advantage of Black Friday sales at Marine Corps Exchange
LANCE CPL. TYLER J. BOLKEN                                     tor for Marine Corps Community Services Cherry Point.       security manager for MCCS Cherry Point.
MCAS CHERRY POINT                                              Most people headed straight for the electronics depart-        The exchange started receiving deliveries in the month
                                                               ment, where some flat screen TVs were priced less than       of October to ensure the shipments were on time and the
  The day after Thanksgiving, dubbed Black Friday, is          $200.                                                       low prices were locked in, explained Ross.
the biggest shopping day of the year and has become as            “It’s our busiest area when the doors first open,” Ross      She added that the MCCS headquarters in Quantico,
much an annual tradition to most as a turkey dinner.           said of the electronics department.                         Va., buys all the merchandise and decides the quantity to
  The Cherry Point Marine Corps Exchange held its                 To prevent dangers like the 2008 story of a Walmart      meet the demand based on the size of the exchange, and
Black Friday sale Nov. 26 as well, where Marines and           employee being trampled by customers, the exchange          each year it gets better.
their families stood outside the doors as early as 5 a.m. to   passed out tickets for specific items to make certain a         “The day was a little more stressful,” Rowe said, “but
get in line for deals and discounts on probable presents.      customer could get what they came for.                      it was really just more people.”
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                                                                                                                                                                        Gun Team Five reloads an
                                                                                                                                                                        M777A2 howitzer during a live-
                                                                                                                                                                        fire exercise in the Ojojihara
                                                                                                                                                                        Maneuver Area in Camp Sendai,
                                                                                                                                                                        Japan Nov. 24 during Artillery
                                                                                                                                                                        Relocation Training Exercise 10-
                                                                                                                                                                        3 Ojojihara. 3rd Battalion, 12th
                                                                                                                                                                        Marine Regiment, conducted
                                                                                                                                                                        live-fire artillery training to
                                                                                                                                                                        maintain operational readiness
                                                                                                                                                                        of the artillery battalion in
                                                                                                                                                                        support of the U.S. – Japanese
                                                                                                                                                                        security alliance.
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help somebody in water survival situation.”                                                science of suicide.
   Unit instructors who are unable to receive the training are cleared to continue with       According to Hines, even if a person has the perfect life, with a loving family and no
the previous system until their training has been updated. The deadline currently in       abnormal stressors, they could be genetically predisposed to depression and at a higher
place for those instructors to get the required training is March 1, 2011.                 risk for suicide.
   For more information, read Marine Corps Order 1500.52D at: http://www.ma-                  In Hines’ case, he departed the loving arms of his father, knowing he would attempt to
rines.mil/news/messages/Pages/MARADMIN650-10.aspx.                                         take his own life and believing it would be the last time they saw each other.
                                                                                              Arevato said she felt her heart race as she listened to Hines speak about his experi-
LEGAL from page A2                                                                         ence.
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                                                                                           is to increase awareness about suicide.
government agencies in attempts to obtain your Social Security number, account                “The only way to save lives is through education,” Reidenberg said.
numbers, and other identifying information. Thieves will often send out e-mails               Statistically, members of the military suffer from larger suicide numbers than the civil-
posing as your bank requesting identifiable information. They want you to click on          ian populace, bringing about the need to educate Marines about the causes, to increase
a URL or website that looks similar to the bank’s website and provide your informa-        suicide awareness and prevention.
tion. Look closely, most have spelling mistakes or random characters in the URL.              “We as a Marine Corps have had 10 of our brothers and sisters attempt to take their life
If you get contacted from someone at your bank, do not give out any information.           in a 12-day span,” said Lt. Col. Edward T. Lang, the Director of Safety for Cherry Point.
Instead, call your bank and confirm whether they attempted to contact you and if            Lang said Reidenberg and Hines were chosen to conduct the training because of their
they did not, notify law enforcement.                                                      unique expertise and experience.
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of your Social Security Number or your phone number. Use random combinations               anyone to put their families through this and that is why I came to tell my story, to hope-
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                                                                    By RICK MINTER / Cox Newspapers

  2010 NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Jimmie Johnson is interviewed                                                                                                   NOTEBOOK
  by host Kyle Petty (not pictured) during last week’s taping of SPEED
  TV’s “No Restrictor Plate.” (NASCAR photo)                                                                                                                     Busch gives Rock ‘gold star’
                                                                                                                                                                   Back in February of 2003, Kurt Busch fin-
                                                                                                                                                                 ished second to Dale Jarrett in the Subway
                                                                                                                                                                 400 at the track now known as Rockingham
                                                                                                                                                                 Speedway. This past weekend Busch was
                                                                                                                                                                 back at the Rock and again finished second,
                                                                                                                                                                 this time in the Frank Kimmel Street Stock
                                                                                                                                                                 National Polar Bear 150.
                                                                                                                                                                   The wintertime event, which is geared
                                                                                                                                                                 toward racers who prepare their cars in back-
                                                                                                                                                                 yard garages, is one of the major races held
                                                                                                                                                                 each year at Rockingham
                                                                                                                                                                 now that it no longer
                                                                                                                                                                 hosts NASCAR races.
                                                                                                                                                                   The victory this time
                                                                                                                                                                 when to Will Kimmel, the
                                                                                                                                                                 nephew of ARCA star
                                                                                                                                                                 Frank Kimmel, who led
                                                                                                                                                                 all but two laps.
                                                                                                                                                                   Busch led the other
                                                                                                                                                                 two.
                                                                                                                                                                   “It was a little intimi-
                                                                                                                                                                 dating to look back and Kurt Busch (NASCAR)
                                                                                                                                                                 see the No. 22 [Busch] in
                                                                                                                                                                 the mirror,” Will Kimmel said in Victory
                                                                                                                                                                 Lane.




                                                                                       Q&A
                                                                                       Jimmie Johnson                                                              Busch told reporters at the track that he
                                                                                                                                                                 was glad to be back racing on a track that
                                                                                                                                                                 was a favorite of drivers and fans back in the
                                                                                                                                                                 day.
                                                                                                                                                                   “It was as much fun as it always was,” he
                                                                                                                                                                 said. “There were all the lanes to choose from.
                                                                                                                                                                 We worked the low groove and the high
                                                                                                                                                                 groove. This place is so fun with the bumps
                                                                                                                                                                 and quirks. This racetrack, for sure, gets a
                                                                                                                                                                 gold star. Guys in our series [Sprint Cup] that
                                                                                                                                                                 are car guys – that are racers – should defi-
                                                                                                                                                                 nitely be down here racing.”

                                                                                                                                                                 Michigan track reduces seats
                                                                                                                                                                   Michigan International Speedway is joining
                                                                                                                                                                 the race track crowd as its track-improve-
                                                                                                                                                                 ment plans include a reduction in seating
                                                                                                                                                                 capacity. It’s a trend that has come to several
                                                                                                                                                                 motorsports facilities including Atlanta Motor
Newly christened five-time Sprint Cup champion reflects on win                                                                                                   Speedway, Daytona International Speedway
                                                                                                                                                                 and Talladega Superspeedway.
                                                                                                                                                                   Michigan’s latest construction project
                                           I wanted X amount of champi-           unique that is in all of sports.          “I think I’m in a touchy posi-
  One of Jimmie Johnson’s first tasks                                                                                                                            includes the removal of three sections of the
                                           onships or wins and stuff like         That’s been more of the angle          tion with my comment on the
  after defeating Denny Hamlin and                                                                                                                               Turn Three grandstands for a total of 12,000
                                           that. Since I was a kid, what’s        than anything.”                        Chase. If I say it’s great, every-
  Kevin Harvick en route to winning                                                                                                                              seats.
                                           drawn me to racing is the feel-                                               one is going to say, ‘Of course it
  his record fifth-straight Sprint Cup                                                                                                                             Track officials say they’re looking at track-
                                           ing inside of me, the passion I           Now that you got to five            is.’
  championship, was to dial in to the                                                                                                                            side camping or hospitality as uses for the
                                           have for the sport, the feeling I      championships, do you start to            “At the end of the day, what-
  weekly NASCAR teleconference.                                                                                                                                  area now occupied by grandstands, and other
                                           have while competing and doing         look at numbers in your mind,          ever we need to do to have [peo-
  Here are excerpts of the champ’s                                                                                                                               parts of the track are getting wider seats that
                                           what I do in a car, on a bike,         maybe you want to get to seven         ple] in the stands and people
                                                                                                                                                                 were acquired from the old Pikes Peak
  latest question-and-answer session.      whatever it’s been. I guess            to tie Earnhardt and Petty or is       watching on TV… if the masses
                                                                                                                                                                 International Raceway several years ago.
                                           someday when that goes away,           there a bigger number?                 feel it needs to be reworked, so
                                                                                                                                                                   “These aren’t sexy, splashy projects, but
                                           I’ll stop.                                                                    be it. I’m ready for the chal-
   Q.: What are you going to do,                                                                                                                                 they are completely necessary in making our
                                              “But I’ve always been a guy            “I would love to get to 10          lenge any way, shape, or form it
if anything, different this off-                                                                                                                                 guests’ time here more comfortable and bet-
                                           that when I focused on some-           straight. I don’t know how             shows up. My interest is to
season, and are you planning on                                                                                                                                  ter,” track President Roger Curtis said in a
                                           thing, and I commit to doing it,       ridiculous that sounds … The           make our sport as strong as it
racing in Daytona in the Rolex                                                                                                                                   news release.
                                           I’m going to give a hundred per-       realistic side, there’s no telling     is, and have as many people
again?                                                                                                                                                             “We are getting our facility back to where it
                                           cent. As long as I’m in that car,      how long it’s going to last, and I     watch it as possible.”
                                                                                                                                                                 should be capacity-wise. In 2011, we’ll be at
                                           I’m going to apply myself and          think we are all shocked it’s
  A.: This off-season we really                                                                                                                                  nearly 108,000 grandstand seats, so this
                                           do everything I can for the team       gone on this far. Being a realist,        As you went into the sport,
don’t have much planned.                                                                                                                                         reduced capacity will have a domino effect that
                                           and hopefully be competitive           I don’t know if it’s going to last.    did you look at any drivers or
Really just want to be home,                                                                                                                                     will help us with our traffic efforts, with wait
                                           enough to win races and com-           I’m amazed that we’ve been             any teams or anything in terms
enjoy the holidays with our                                                                                                                                      times at the gates, concession stands and rest-
                                           pete for championships …               able to do this for five years         of, “This is what I want to aspire
daughter. She’s so young, there’s                                                                                                                                rooms, and the overall experience here.”
                                               “I don’t have any major            straight.                              to, what I want to be like?”
not going to be much action, but           goals. If it all ended today, I           “I want to believe, and I do
just to be home, just enjoy what           would be extremely satisfied           feel in my heart, that we’ll             “Yeah, I looked around and I
we’ve accomplished, just kind of           and proud of what I accom-             have a shot next year, but I           saw different drivers, the cer-
hang out, really.                          plished, but I still have that         don’t know what those chal-            tain style about them, the way
  “I’m really dying for some               desire to work, do my job and          lenges are going to be, how            they raced on the track, how
downtime. The off-season is                compete.”                              competitive we’ll be, what the         they carried themselves. Once I
going to be busy with testing at                                                  competition’s going to look            moved back to North Carolina, I
Daytona and some other stuff                 Do you feel like people respect      like. It’s really hard to look         was really drawn to Bobby
coming along, but it’s going to            this title more because of the         that far ahead. I feel like I          Labonte. There’s just something
go by quick.                               way you won it?                        have my best chances at                there that I liked, paid close
  “I am going to compete in the                                                   Hendrick Motorsports, with             attention to.
Rolex 24, so that’s going to eat             “I don’t know if I’ve seen           Chad Knaus as my crew chief.             “Growing up, Jeff Gordon
into some of my downtime, as               much that led me to believe               “If I can seam together seven,      was a great inspiration for me
well.”                                     that the way we went about this        in any shape or form, to tie           because he was really the first
                                           one was more impressive. I             those two greats, I would be           guy with the non-stock car
  Are you totally satisfied?               haven’t been necessarily around        extremely honored. If I was ever       background to get a shot and
What is next? What do you see              the fans.                              able to surpass them, it would         make the most of it. He
out there? What do you want to               From the media side, there’s         be out of this world.”                 inspired me. Obviously, I was
accomplish after all this?                 been a huge push and a lot of                                                 able to get to know him, easy           Michigan International Speedway president Roger Curtis
                                           people recognizing the fact,             Do you really think the Chase        to feed off of his ideas, what          (left) in August with Leonard Wood, unveiling a plaque
  “I do feel satisfied, but I have         amongst sports, what we’ve             needs to be changed or tweaked         he’s accomplished, being a              celebrating the 60th Anniversary of Wood Bros. Racing.
never set marks for myself that            done, how that ranks, how              at all?                                teammate like I am.”                    (NASCAR photo)



Hendrick makes changes to three teams, looking to find ‘magic’                                                                                                                 NUMERICALLY
  Just three days after he was on stage at
Homestead-Miami Speedway talking about win-
ning a fifth straight Sprint Cup title, car owner
                                                              we thought we made some adjustments, and I
                                                              think we just kind of got complacent, and other
                                                              teams were just getting stronger and stronger.
                                                                                                                     run for a championship. I’m committed to that.
                                                                                                                        “It’s not for lack of effort on our behalf, or a
                                                                                                                     lack of effort on his. We had it going the first
                                                                                                                                                                              SPEAKING
Rick Hendrick was back in front of the media                  We were not where we needed to be, so we start-        year. We made a change [replacing Tony Eury


                                                                                                                                                                              85
explaining his decision to shuffle the lineup at              ed to really try to really step up our program in      Jr. as Earnhardt’s crew chief with Lance                             Drivers who attempted
his multi-car team.                                           every area, and I think that after the champi-         McGrew], and we thought we were going to get
  The changes essentially amount to moving                    onship we decided that these moves would               better. For whatever reason we have not, so we                       and/or qualified for
drivers from one team to another. Jeff Gordon                                               make all four teams      are changing it up.                                                  Sprint Cup races this
will be going to Mark Martin’s team and crew                                                better.”                    “We just gotta find, sometimes you call it
chief Alan Gustafson. Martin will go to Dale                                                  Hendrick insisted      ‘magic.’ But really it’s just trust and chemistry,                   season
Earnhardt’s old team, and Earnhardt gets                                                    the changes weren’t      and when you hit on it, you don’t know what


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Gordon’s old ride and crew chief Steve Letarte.                                             made just to try to      you did or how you did, it but all of a sudden
There are no changes to Jimmie Johnson’s                                                    get Dale Earnhardt       you start running good with the same stuff. It’s
                                                                                                                                                                                             Drivers who attempt-
championship-winning team other than he and                                                 Jr. back on track        happened to me many, many times with many,                              ed and/or qualified
his crew will now be in the same building as                                                after two winless        many different drivers. And that’s one where
Earnhardt, while Gordon moves next door to be                                               seasons where he fin-    we’re going to put everything we’ve got against
                                                                                                                                                                                             for Nationwide Series
in a building with Martin’s team, the old No. 88                                            ished 25th in points     it and make it work.”                                                   races this season
outfit headed by crew chief Lance McGrew.                                                   in 2009 and 21st this       He said from what he’s seen in team meet-
  “The only things we changed were the seat,                                                year.                    ings, Steve Letarte will be just the crew chief
the driver, the sponsor and the [car] number,”
Hendrick said, explaining that the changes were
made because while Johnson won the champi-
                                                                                              But he also said
                                                                                            that getting
                                                                                            Earnhardt, the
                                                                                                                     Earnhardt needs.
                                                                                                                        “Steve is probably, of all the crew chiefs, more
                                                                                                                     of a ‘people person,’” Hendrick said. “He is very
                                                                                                                                                                              128            Sprint Cup races run
                                                                                                                                                                                             without a victory for
                                                                                                                                                                                             Jeff Gordon (the
onship and six races, his other drivers didn’t                Rick Hendrick (NASCAR photo) sport’s most popular      smart, but he’s got a tremendous personality. He
win a race all year. He said the changes were                                               driver despite his       knows how to get close to people. He and Junior                         longest winless streak
the result of a three-hour meeting several weeks              recent lack of success, back on track is some-         have a relationship; I’m not sure if it’s from
ago with key members of his team.                             thing he feels he must do.                             online racing or fantasy football.                                      of his career)
  “When we returned from Texas, I called a                       “I have never had as much pressure, and I               “I think Junior has a lot of respect for Steve,


                                                                                                                                                                              16
meeting with all of the crew chiefs, engineers,               knew that when I brought him on,” Hendrick             and Steve has a lot of insight on Junior because                     Career Nationwide Series
aero-people, engine shop,” Hendrick said. “I used             said. “The world was watching, and we needed           he’s mentioned it to me a couple of times in the
one of [Winston] Churchill’s quotes: ‘It’s not                to make it right.                                      debriefs and so forth.                                               victories for Kyle Busch,
enough that we do our best; sometimes we have                    “One of the things I want to do before I hang           “I feel like Dale needs a guy he can communi-                    which places him second
to do what’s required.’                                       it up, is I want to make sure I give him every-        cate with, who has a proven track record and a
  “And I think, in a nutshell, our whole organi-              thing he needs to get the job done. I want him to      really great team. I think Steve will be able to,                    on the all-time list behind
zation – after last year and ’09, winning the                 have every tool that’s available at our place to       because of that chemistry between the two of                         Mark Martin, who has 48
championship and being 1-2-3 in the points –                  get him where he needs to be to win races and          them, I think that will be very good.”
Section B                                                                                                                                                           December 2, 2010




                                                                                                                                                                           CONTRIBUTED PHOTO
The USS Shaw explodes during the second Japanese assault during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Dec. 7, 1941. The USS Shaw was one of dozens of assets of the Pacific
Fleet that were lost or destroyed that morning, vaulting the United States headfirst into World War II.


                                                                           A look back at the attack on Pearl Harbor, 59 years later
                                                                           LANCE CPL. BRIAN ADAM JONES                              deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the
                                                                           MCAS CHERRY POINT
                                                                                                                                    Empire of Japan.”
                                                                            Tuesday will mark the 59th anniversary of the              In attacking Pearl Harbor, the Japanese intended
                                                                          Japanese attack on the U.S. Pacific Fleet at Pearl         to preemptively impede the United States’ ability to
                                                                          Harbor – a day that altered the legacy of the nation      thwart Japan’s planned offensive in the Pacific. By
                                                                          and the Marine Corps like few others.                     all accounts, the plan backfired, as Roosevelt urged
                                                                            Although the great powers of the world had been         Congress to, “Declare that since the unprovoked
                                                                          entrenched in the second World War since 1939,            and dastardly attack by Japan on Sunday, Dec. 7,
                                                                          the United States had been determined to remain           1941, a state of war has existed between the United
                                                                          neutral.                                                  States and the Japanese empire.”
                                                                            That all changed in 1941, on a warm December               “With confidence in our armed forces, with the
                                                                          morning in Hawaii just before 8 a.m. when the             unbounding determination of our people, we will
                                                                          Empire of Japan launched its assault from six             gain the inevitable triumph – so help us God,”
                                                                          aircraft carriers carrying a combined 420 planes.         Roosevelt said.
                                                                          The Japanese attacked in two waves of roughly                As commander-in-chief, Roosevelt placed his
                                                                          200 aircraft each.                                        confidence in the Marines, who as both America’s
                                                                             In little time the U.S. Pacific Fleet was               force in readiness and its amphibious fighting
                                                                          decimated, having lost thousands of Marines and           force, led the charge in battles that have become
                                                                          Sailors, with more than 20 ships sunk or damaged,         legend.
                                                                          and most of the U.S. military’s Hawaii-based                 Over the next three years, the Marines
                                                                          aircraft grounded.                                        distinguished themselves in the Pacific through
                                                                             Petty Officer 2nd Class Lee Soucy, a pharmacist’s       battles in Midway, Guadalcanal, Tarawa, Iwo
                                                                          mate stationed aboard the USS Utah, provided              Jima and Okinawa. Time and time again, Marines
                                                                          a first-hand account of the attack to the Naval            assaulted heavily fortified Japanese positions,
                                                                          History and Heritage Command, which published             putting themselves between the Empire of Japan
                                                                          the story on its website, http://www.history.navy.        and family and friends back home.
                                                                          mil.                                                         Marines earned their legacy in the Pacific theater
                                                                             “A number of the ship’s tremors are vaguely            that followed, emerging from the conflict with
                                                                          imprinted in my mind, but I remember one jolt             heroes like Gunnery Sgt. John Basilone and Brig.
                                                                          quite vividly,” Soucy said. “As I was running down        Gen. Lewis B. “Chesty” Puller.
                                                                          the passageway toward my battle station, another             As Roosevelt said on Dec. 8, before the smoke
                                                                          torpedo or bomb hit and shook the ship severely. I        had hardly cleared from the devastation thousands
                                                                          was knocked off balance and through the log room          of miles away, “I assert that we will not only
                                                        CONTRIBUTED PHOTO door. I got up a little dazed and immediately darted      defend ourselves to the uttermost, but will make it
A Japanese Navy Type 97 carrier attack plane takes off from the down the ladder below the armored deck.”                            very certain that this form of treachery shall never
aircraft carrier Shokaku, en route to attack Pearl Harbor during the        President Franklin D. Roosevelt addressed the           again endanger us.”
morning of Dec. 7, 1941.                                                  nation the next day, informing the world that,               The Marines of World War II made sure their
                                                                          “The United States of America was suddenly and            president’s assertion was true.




                                                                                                                                                                           CONTRIBUTED IMAGE
                                                                                                  CONTRIBUTED PHOTO   This poster from the era depicts Uncle Sam urging Americans
The USS Arizona seen burning during the attack by the Japanese at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, the morning                   to avenge Pearl Harbor. “With the unbounding determination
of Dec. 7, 1941. “The United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air                of our people we will gain the inevitable triumph – so help us
forces of the Empire of Japan,” President Franklin D. Roosevelt said.                                                 God,” President Franklin D. Roosevelt said.
B2 December 2, 2010                                                                            The Windsock


Pharmacy enhancements and mail order prescriptions
LT. J.G. DAVID CAVALLARIO                                  automation and further reduce the chance          Tricare is encouraging beneficiaries to     livery option will save beneficiaries a
PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER, NAVAL HEALTH CLINIC CHERRY POINT
                                                           of medication errors.                          utilize the mail order option when fill-       great deal of money in copayments.
  Naval Health Clinic Cherry Point per-                       Pharmacy Department head and staff          ing prescriptions when a military facility       Tricare Online also offers the option to
sonnel are committed to meeting the                        have also rearranged the layout of the         is not convenient. In fact, the mail order    transfer any prescriptions that you have at
health care needs and expectations of our                  pharmacy. They recently relocated the          pharmacy can substantially save money         the retail pharmacies to the Tricare Mail
beneficiaries. One area of focus right now                  “Refill Only” window making the old re-         when used in lieu of retail pharmacies.       Order Pharmacy online, said Pharmacy
is enhancing the Pharmacy Department.                      fill counter a fourth window for prescrip-      According to American Forces Press Ser-       Department head Lt. Cmdr. Tim Thomp-
After discovering that wait times have                     tion services.                                 vice writer Donna Miles, eight percent of     son. No phone call or visit to the pharmacy
recently increased for beneficiaries using                     In just a short time, the layout changes    the 130 million prescriptions filled in 2009   required.
pharmacy services, NHCCP leadership                        have decreased the average wait time by        were processed through the home delivery         Beneficiaries can activate their Tricare
and pharmacy staff implemented changes                     approximately 10-12 minutes.                   program, but only 37 percent of prescrip-     Online account by visiting http://www.tri-
to maximize efficiency and effectiveness.                      Another means in which beneficiaries         tions were filled at military treatment fa-    careonline.com and selecting the “Register
  One of the Pharmacy Department’s                         can maximize their pharmacy benefit is          cilities with no copayment. Which means       Now” link. Once registered, beneficiaries
main improvement projects is upgrading                     to utilize Tricare Online for pharmacy ser-    55 percent of beneficiaries prescriptions      can navigate the website for their online
the prescription-processing computer soft-                 vices. Tricare Online allows beneficiaries      filled in 2009 were retail pharmacy pro-       pharmacy benefits to include prescription
ware system. The new software system,                      the ability to request prescription refills     vided medications.                            refills and Tricare Mail Order Pharmacy.
Pharmacy 2000, utilizes bar-code tech-                     online and select a pick up location for the      Needless to say, prescriptions filled at       Beneficiaries can visit NHCCP Phar-
nology to track prescriptions. Pharmacy                    prescriptions. Beneficiaries can also check     retail pharmacies are the most expensive      macy website at http://www.med.navy.
2000’s features will bring a higher level                  prescription status online when a refill has    option for beneficiaries. A 30-day supply      mil/sites/cpoint for hours of operation and
of security and accountability when pro-                   been requested, and access Tricare Mail        of medication from retail pharmacies is the   additional information about the Pharma-
cessing patient prescriptions. The software                Order Pharmacy to have your prescription       same price as a 90-supply from Tricare’s      cy Department.
system will improve workflow with more                      filled through Express Scripts.                 mail order pharmacy. Tricare’s home de-



    Tips to keep children safe this holiday season
        The holiday season is a very hectic time for families
     across America. Parents need to be mindful this holiday
     season to avoid letting their guard down, making their
     children vulnerable.
        According to the Center for Missing and Exploited
     Children, in a U.S. Department of Justice one-year study,
     more than 700,000 children were reported missing in a
     year-long period, with an average of 2,185 children be-
     ing reported missing each day.
        Here are some tips from the Center for Missing and
     Exploited Children so families can avoid becoming a
     statistic this holiday season.


     A A
     •Always keep children with you at all times while shopping.
     •Always accompany and supervise children in public facilities, including restrooms.
     •Always have a plan in case you become separated, including a predesignated spot to meet.
     •Always teach children to look for people who can help, such as a uniformed security officer, salesperson or mother with children.
     •Always remind children to remain in the area where they become separated.

     N
     •Never dress children in clothing that displays their names, prompting unwelcome attention from people looking for an opportunity to start a conversation with your child.
     •Never leave children in toy stores or public facilities expecting supervision from store personnel.
     •Never go shopping or attend a public event with a child if you feel you’re going to be distracted. Make other arrangements for child care ahead of time.
     •Never allow younger children to shop on their own to purchase surprise gifts for friends or family members.
     •Never drop off older children at a public place without agreeing on a clear plan for picking them up, including: where, what time, and what to do in case of a change in
     plans.

                 CH D              A       N A N          H H         DA        A N NC          C            A N                    B       H                 N             A
     •When you make reservations for your child, specify that the child will be traveling alone.
     •Whenever possible, book a non-stop flight or direct route. Avoid booking the last flight of the day.
     •Plan to visit the airport, train or bus terminal prior to departure. Let your child know what to expect, so the experience will not be so intimidating.
     •In case of delay or cancellation, remain at the station or gate until the train, plane or bus departs.
     •Make sure children travel with proper identification and parents or guardian contact information.
     •Always have a back-up plan for the person or people meeting the plane at the destination, in case they are delayed.
     •Encourage children not to become too friendly with other passengers or to reveal any personal information.




     Now playing:                                                                                                                These films are playing
                                                                                                                                 at local theaters
     REINHILD MOLDENHAUER HUNEYCUTT                                                                       County Jail researching how people have tried to escape the facility.
     MCB CAMP LEJEUNE PUBLIC AFFAIRS
                                                                                                            After tackling such heavy themes as racism and the war in Iraq, the talented Hag-
         N         AB       ( - 3)                                                                        gis is trying his hand on this remake of the equally thrilling 2008 French film, ”Pour
        “Unstoppable” is an action thriller about two locomotive operators who team up to                 Elle” ( “Anything for Her.”)
     stop a runaway train filled with explosives.                                                            “The Next Three Days” is an explosive and compelling thriller that tackles an ethi-
        This movie is inspired by actual events that took place in Ohio in 2001.                          cal decision of breaking the law to undo injustice.
        Denzel Washington (“American Gangster,” “Training Day”) stars as Frank Barnes,                      The film gets a slow start mapping out the background of the characters involved,
     a veteran engineer who, with the help of a young conductor, tries frantically to stop a              but picks up speed towards the end.
     half-mile long freight train that is unmanned and brakeless, carrying enough combus-
     tible liquids and poisonous gas to wipe out a nearby city.                                                   NN                  ( - 3)
        Frank, who is soon to be laid off by his company, is nevertheless risking his life,                   “Morning Glory” is a comedy about a young TV producer who is trying to revive
     trying desperately to prevent the train from killing everyone in its path.                           a struggling morning show program despite the constant feuding of its high-profile
        Chris Pine (“Star Trek”) costars as Will, who traded in his blue blood upbringing                 anchors.
     for a blue collar existence. Now a rookie train conductor, Will is roped in to save a                   Rachel McAdams (“Time Traveler’s Wife,” “State of Play,” “The Notebook”) stars
     city from destruction by a deadly locomotive.                                                        as Becky Fuller, the bubbly and ambitious new television wunderkind who is married
        Rosario Dawson (“”Eagle Eye,” “Seven Pounds”) plays Connie, the train                             to her job. The up and coming producer has just started a new job and is in charge of
     dispatcher.                                                                                          pulling up the ratings of a pathetic morning program called “Daybreak.”
        Director Tony Scott ( “DeJa Vu,” “Man on Fire,” “Crimson Tide,” “Top Gun”) and                       Fuller plans to revitalize the show and persuades the grumpy and bitter Mike Pome-
     Denzel Washington team up for the fifth time and entertain us with this simplistic and                roy, a former top-rated evening newsman, played by Harrison Ford (“Indiana Jones”
     character driven movie.                                                                              Adventures, “Firewall”), to assume the morning chair.
        Inspired by actual events, this film is an adrenaline rush fueled by Scott’s signature                However, Pomeroy refuses to cover silly morning show staples like celebrity gos-
     mark of propulsive action rooted in the reality of ordinary people placed in extraor-                sip, fashion and crafts, and cooking shows, to name a few, and Becky has her hands
     dinary circumstances.                                                                                full babysitting him.
        “Unstoppable” is an action packed and high velocity disaster thriller in a race                      The show’s steady host is bubbly Colleen Peck, played by Diane Keaton (“Because
     against time that will keep you on the edge of your seat.                                            I Said So,” “Mad Money”), a former beauty queen and longtime morning show per-
                                                                                                          sonality, who knows her fluff and who is more than happy to cover morning news.
         H N           H      DA       ( - 3)                                                                As the two aging anchors clash behind the scenes, they soon bring their feuding
        “The Next Three Days” is a thriller about a married couple whose life is turned                   before the camera, and the show begins to unravel.
     upside down when the wife is accused of a murder.                                                       All the while, Becky has entered into a blossoming love affair with fellow pro-
        Russell Crowe (“Robin Hood,” “American Gangster,” Cinderella Man,” “Gladia-                       ducer, Adam Bennett, played by Patrick Wilson (“The A Team,” “Watchmen”).
     tor”) stars as John Brennan, a community college teacher, who is willing to break his                   Now she must struggle with saving her relationship, her reputation, and most of all
     wife out of prison in order to get her out of a murder conviction.                                   her job, along with the morning show “Daybreak.”
        Three years into her sentence, the desperate husband has only one option left and                    Also starring are Jeff Goldblum (“The Switch”) as Jerry Barnes, Becky’s boss, and
     is now hatching a prison escape plan for his wife, Lara, played by Elizabeth Banks                   50 Cent (“Righteous Kill”) as himself.
     (“Role Models,” “W.,” “The Uninvited”), who has been having a difficult time in                          Steve Park (“State of Play”) plays the wacky weatherman, who produces the most
     prison, even contemplating suicide.                                                                  hilarious gags in order to improve the ratings.
        Liam Neeson (“Taken,” “The A-Team”) appears in a cameo as Damon Pennington,                          Cameos can be seen from veteran newsman Morley Safer, Bob Schieffer and Chris
     an escaped prisoner who gives John tips and instructions on how to plan an elaborate                 Matthews and also Ty Burrell (TVs “Modern Family”).
     escape plot with impossible odds.                                                                       Roger Michell (“Changing Lanes,” “Enduring Love,” “Notting Hill”) directed this
        John plunges into a dangerous and unfamiliar world and ultimately is risking ev-                  mediocre attempt of another endearing comedy by Aline Broch McKenna (“The Dev-
     erything for the woman he loves.                                                                     il Wears Prada,” “27 Dresses”).
        Also appearing are Lennie James (“Outlaw”) as Lieutenant Nabulsi; Brian Den-                         The talented veteran stars Ford and Keaton are totally underused in this film and
     nehy (“Righteous Kill”) and Helen Carey (“Julie & Julia”) as Grace and George,                       McAdams is trying very hard to hold the storyline together.
     John’s parents; Olivia Wilde (“Year One”) as Nicole; Ty Simpkins (“Revolutionary                        Natasha Beddingfield is featuring her new song “Strip Me” for the film.
     Road”) as Luke; and RZA Hip Hop MC (“Repo Man”) as Mouss.                                               “Morning Glory” is a light-hearted and sparkly comedy that lacks a little polish
        Oscar winning writer and director Paul Haggis (“Crash,” “Million Dollar Baby,”                    and fizz.
     “Casino Royale,” “In the Valley of Elah,”) spent time at the Pittsburgh’s Allegheny
                                                                                   The Windsock                                                                December 2, 2010 B3




THE LOCAL BUZZ
Announcements
  Indicates new announcement                                   and locate winter constellations. Bring your binoculars          Tickets can be purchased via the Bank of the Arts web-
                                                               and dress accordingly for this fascinating evening of         site at http://www.athensmysterydinners.yolasite.com or
   Flu Vaccinations                                            sky watching. Complimentary hot beverages will be             by calling 229-4977.
   Seasonal flu vaccinations will be given to all enrolled      provided.
benficiaries Saturday from 8 a.m. to noon at the Naval             The aquarium at is five miles west of Atlantic Beach
Health.                                                        at 1 Roosevelt Blvd., Pine Knoll Shores, NC 28512. For
   The vaccinations will take place in the immunization        more information, see the Pine Knoll Shores section of           Marine and Family Programs
clinic on the first floor, patrons should follow signs guid-     http://www.ncaquariums.com or call 247-4003.
ing them to the clinic.                                                                                                        Marine, Family Programs Office Numbers
   For more information, call the quarterdeck at the health    The Nutcracker Ballet                                              The Family Member Employment Program,
clinic at 466-0266.                                               The New Bern Civic Theatre will host the 2010 Nut-           Transition Assistance Management Program,
                                                               cracker ballet Friday and will run through Dec. 12.             Relocation Assistance Program and accredited
  Trees for Troops                                                The show will start at 8 p.m. and guests will be greeted     financial counselors can be reached at 466-4401.
  The Trees for Troops Program will offer free live Christ-    by Christmas carolers when entering the historic Athens         • Child Development Resource & Referral – 466-
mas trees Wednesday. The trees will be given out on a          Theatre. Join in the magical adventure including a Christ-      3595.
first-come-first-served basis on Monroe Drive, which is          mas party, twirling snowflakes, a nutcracker soldier, life-      • Exceptional Family Member Program – 466-
the road leading to the Pelican Point Marina.                  sized mouse queen and a journey to the land of the sweets       7547.
  The trees are scheduled to arrive between 10 a.m. and        with its sugar plum fairy.                                      • Family Advocacy Program – 466-3264.
noon. Please do not start lining up before 9 a.m.                 Tickets are $10 per person. For more information, call       • Library – 466-3552.
  This offer is for authorized military patrons and retirees   633-9622.                                                       • LifeLong Learning – 466-4500.
only and is limited to one tree per family. Please bring                                                                       • Military Family Life Consultant – 876-8016.
rope or twine if your tree needs to be tied down to your       Bed and Breakfasts Open House                                   • New Parent Support Program – 466-3651.
vehicle. For more information, call 466-3001.                    The Christmas Open House Bed and Breakfasts of New            • Retired Activities – 466-5548.
                                                               Bern, will host its Christmas Open House Sunday from 2          • Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program
  New Bern Christmas Flotilla                                  to 5 p.m.                                                       – 466-5490.
  New Bern Parks and Recreation is pleased to bring you          Take a peek inside these elegant historic homes and join      Substance Abuse Counseling – 466-7568.
the 26th Annual Coastal Christmas Flotilla Saturday in         the yuletide celebration with beautiful decorations, house      • 24-Hour Victim Advocate for Confidential
New Bern, N.C.                                                 tours, refreshments, carols, Santa and much more.               Services relating to Sexual Assault or Domestic
  The flotilla features various types of watercraft, from         New Bern’s holiday tradition is an easy walking tour on       Violence – 665-4713.
small boats to large yachts, all decorated in their own        Pollock Street in historic downtown New Bern, N.C.
unique way.                                                      This event is free. For more information, call 1-800-         Budget for Baby
  This year, in addition to single boat entries, the New       633-5553.                                                        The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society offers
Bern Yacht Club will enter 14 boats, displaying a com-                                                                         Budget for Baby classes.
bined theme of “The 12 Days of Christmas.”                     Mystery Dinner Play                                              To register call 466-2031.
  The parade of boats will start at the Eastern Carolina          Athens of the South is hosting “The Miscreants’ Christ-
Yacht Club, sail down the Trent River past the Hilton          mas” mystery dinner play at the Bridge Pointe Hotel and         Breast Feeding Class
New Bern/Riverfront at approximately 6 p.m., then move         Marina located on 101 Howell Rd. New Bern, N.C., Dec.              The Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society offers
on to Union Point Park, Council Bluff Green Park and           10, 11 and 17.                                                  free breastfeeding classes to expectant mothers.
then return to the Hilton.                                       Performances will begin at 7 p.m.                             The purpose of the class is to help prepare the
                                                                 Audience interaction is a major part of the show, with        mother to be ready and confident to breastfeed
   Stargaze at the Aquarium Saturday                           diners being selected to do small parts on stage, and with      once the baby arrives.
  The sky’s the limit on Saturday evening, at the North        characters talking with them and answering questions be-           To register call 466-2031.
Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores. Guest lecturer         tween scenes.
Mark Joyner presents “Mythology and the Winter Sky,”             Dinner is provided by Annabelle’s. Admission is $40           Veterans’ Assistance
in a free after-hours program from 6 to 8 p.m.                 for general admission, which includes dinner and the              A representative from the Veterans Affairs Office
  After the presentation, participants will have an            show. Tickets are $35 for children under 18, service mem-       visits Cherry Point each Thursday in building 232.
opportunity to step outside, weather permitting, to observe    bers and groups of 10 or more.                                  Call 466-4401 for assistance.


Monthly and Weekly Events
Courage to Change
   Cherry Point and Havelock Cour-
                                          Together For Life
                                            The “Together for Life” one-day
                                                                                   Marine Corps League Meetings
                                                                                     The Cherry Point Detachment of
                                                                                                                                OFF
age to Change is a support group for      premarital seminar is held for active    the Marine Corps League meets the              FRIDAY’S NIGHT CLUB (AKA CLUB INSOMNIA)
friends and family of alcoholics.         duty personnel age 26 and under,         third Tuesday of each month at the             MCB CAMP LEJEUNE AREA
   Meetings are held at St. Paul’s        within 90 days of marriage.              Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7315             BELL AUTO SALVAGE II
Lutheran Church in Havelock,                Please call the chapel at 466-4000     in Havelock, at 7 p.m.                         BOTTA BOOMS
Tuesdays at 8 p.m.                        for more information.                      For more information contact                 CARLAND
   For more information, call 241-                                                 Owen Smith at 444-5420.                        CENTENNIAL ENTERPRISES, INC.
                                                                                                                                  DOLL HOUSE
6155 or 670-6236.                         Domestic Violence Victims
                                                                                                                                  EASY MONEY CATALOG SALES
                                            A support group for victims of do-     Disabled Veterans                              FANTASIES
Al-Anon Family Group Meet                 mestic violence is provided by the         Chapter 26 of the Disabled                   ILLUSIONS
  There are alcoholics anonymous          Carteret County Domestic Violence        American Veterans meets on the                 JACKSONVILLE SPEEDWAY AUTO PARTS
family group meetings Tuesdays at 8       Program.                                 third Tuesday of each month at the             JOSHUA EXPERIENCE/ CLUB ACCESS
p.m. for family members and friends         The group meetings are held every      Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7315             LAIRDS AUTO & TRUCK CENTER
                                                                                                                                  MILITARY CIRCUIT OF JACKSONVILLE
of individuals who may have alcohol       Wednesday at 6 p.m.                      in Havelock at 7 p.m.
                                                                                                                                  PAR TECH
problems.                                   For more information, call 728-          For information, contact Doug                PLAYHOUSE
  The meetings are held at Havelock       3788.                                    Matthers at 447-2761.                          PLEASURE PALACE
First Baptist Church.                                                                                                             PRIVATE PLEASURES (AKA CARRIAGE HOUSE)
  For more information, call 447-                                                                                                 RACEWAY AUTO PARTS
8063 or 447-2109.                                                                                                                 REFLECTION PHOTO
                                                                                                                                  SOUTHERN COMFORT
                                                                                                                                  STUDENT ASSISTANCE COMPANY
                                                                                                                                  TALK OF THE TOWN II
                                                                                                                                  TENDER TOUCH (AKA BABY DOLLS)
                                                                                                                                  TY’S R&R
                                                                                                                                  VETERANS AFFAIRS SERVICES




  Dec. 3, 1944           Marine air assets from the 1st and 2nd Marine Aircraft Wings arrived in the
                         Philippeans to support Army forces.                                                                  Hotlines
                                                                                                                              2nd      A    Command n ec o              ene al
  Dec. 5, 1929           Capt. Alton N. Parker became the first pilot to fly over Antarctica.                                   466-5038

  Dec. 6, 1928           Marines participated in the Battle of Cuje during the occupation of Nicaragua.                           ou a e a vic im o e ual a aul
                                                                                                                              Immediately call 665-4713, which is monitored 24/7.
  Dec. 7, 1941           The Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor left thousands of Sailors and Marines killed                     The person answering the call will help you decide
                         in action.                                                                                           the next steps to take. You may remain anonymous.
                                                                                                                              This procedure is not to replace calling 911 if you are
                                                                                                                              in immediate danger. Remember, it’s not your fault.
                                                                                                                              Support is available.

                                                                                                                                eve e ea he and o ce             o ec ion
                                                                                                                              in o ma ion
                                                                                                                              Military personnel call 466-3093.
                                                                                                                              FRC East personnel call 464-8333.
                                                                                                                              DDCN personnel call 466-4083.


     Acquiring Supplies                                                                                                          aud       a e and A u e
                                                                                                                              If you know of or suspect any fraud, waste or abuse
                                                                                                                              aboard MCAS Cherry Point, call 466-2016.
                                                                                                                              This line’s automated answering service is available
     Are you aware of anyone attempting to improperly acquire                                                                 24 hours a day.
     explosives, weapons, ammunition, dangerous chemicals,
     uniforms, badges, flight manuals, access cards, or identification                                                         Interactive Customer Evaluation
                                                                                                                               Put your thoughts on
     for a key facility; that could be used in a terrorist or criminal act?                                                  I.C.E. You can use I.C.E.
                                                                                                                             to comment about quali-
                                                                                                                             ty, timeliness and overall
                                                                                                                             satisfaction of products and services available at
                                                                                                                             MCAS Cherry Point.
                                                                                                                               For more information, visit the website at
                                                                                                                             http://www.ice.disa.mil.
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 may only be run as paid ads. Likewise, ads
                                                            today
 promoting fund raising activities sponsored
 by any organization, or events for which
 a fee is charged, are also not authorized
                                                           anytime
 under the free ad provision.
    The Windsock will only publish free ads for
 animals which the owner is giving away.
                                                             24/7
 Real estate for sale must be exclusively “By
 Owner.”
    Failure of an ad to appear in The Windsock
 usually indicates the submission did not
 meet the criteria for free publication.
B8 December 2, 2010                                                                                                     TheWindsock




                                                                                                                                              112 Knollwood Court ~ $220,000                                                     148 Laura Drive ~ $249,499
                                                                                                                                         Brick home on private cul-de-sac in River Bend. Open and                        Create a lasting impression in this custom built home. Many
                                                                                                                                         light living areas. Large eat-in kitchen plus dining room;                      upgrades: hardwood floors, ceramic tile countertops, tile
                                                                                                                                         3 roomy bedrooms, 2 baths; sunroom plus huge deck. Re-                          backsplash, stainless appliances, vaulted ceiling, unique light
                                                                                                                                         cent 30-year roof shingles; sprinkler system; instant hot                       fixtures, dual vanity, whirlpool tub, double
                                                                                                                                         water; garden shed; oversized concrete                                          bonus room, outside storage building, cus-
                                                                                                                                         driveway for boat or motor home.                                                tom paint colors. Great front porch!
                                            www.enchomefinder.com                                                                         MLS#78763 Joan LoCascio 252-229-7706                                            MLS#76144 Barbara Crawford 252-670-3733




      1322 Spencer Avenue ~ $280,000                                     109 Baden Lane ~ $285,000                                             11610 Hwy 17 North ~ $298,000                                                    205 Mellen Road ~ $299,000
  Elegant 5BR/2BA 1917 house, stunning archi-
  tectural details: wide wrap around porches, grand
                                                                 Custom built brick home on spectacular 1 acre lot. Back yard
                                                                 private w/woods, PVC fence, deck, screen porch. Gorgeous
                                                                                                                                         4BR/3BA, Beautiful equestrian setting in the country. 1st floor master suite
                                                                                                                                         w/whirlpool bath & sep. shower. Hardwood floors in foyer, DR, LR & FR with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Lovely open split plan is full
  colonnaded entry, original mantles, 10’ ceilings,              Quartz countertops, spacious kitchen w/bar, tray ceilings
  dramatic dining room. Recent UPDATES in-                       in DR and master BR.Rinnai hot water
                                                                                                                                         mouldings. Stainless steel appliances & wine cooler in large, eat-in Kitchen.
                                                                                                                                         Carolina Room, plantation blinds throughout. BR2 with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         of light in Taberna.
  clude: Kitchen HVAC, 40yr Roof,                                heater, central vac, whirlpool tub, all
  Electric, Nanny Suite.                    GOReal Estate
  MLS#79260 Sarah Afflerbach 252-633-0322 & DEVELOPMENT
                                                                 appliances. Split floorplan. Lovely home
                                                                 MLS#74686 Barbara Crawford 252-670-3733
                                                                                                                                         private BA. BR3/4 w Jack & Jill BA. Huge FROG.
                                                                                                                                          MLS#78245 Ted Michaelsen 252-658-0187                                           MLS#76743 Connie Sithens 252-474-4054




    3003 Peppercorn Road ~ $349,500                                    242 Drake Landing ~ $425,000                                               214 Ticino Court ~ $455,000                                                4836 Bluebell Trace ~ $554,000
                                                                 Lovely Neuse river view/pond front full of wildlife. 4 Bedrooms
  Come in and see all the upgrades in this gorgeous Greenbriar
  home.Backyard is your Private oasis with inground pool and     3 Baths, Solid Birch hardwood floors in several rooms, high ceil-        Custom built all brick home                                                     Unique home on gorgeous cul de sac lot.Chef’s kitchen, quartz
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         countertops, open to family room. Double tray ceiling in master
                                                                 ings, gorgeous kitchen w/zodiac countertops that opens to the
  tiled screen porch.Brazilian cherry hardwood floors, tiled
  shower, whirlpool tub, corian countertops,                     family room. 3 car garage, large deck & patio.
                                                                                                                                         with fabulous views of 3rd hole                                                 bedroom, tile shower, Renai hot water.Tile and wood floors thru
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         out house.3 car garage, 1 car 2-story work-
  natural gas heat, hybrid heat pump, lawn
  irrigation, central vac, oversize garage.
                                                                 Owner is a licensed Real Estate Broker. $5000
                                                                 FLOOR AND CARPET ALLOWANCE.
                                                                                                                                         at Taberna.                                                                     shop, potting shed, screen porch, custom
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         deck, security system. View of pond.
  MLS#79389 Barbara Crawford 252-670-3733                        MLS#77862 Jack Morton 252-259-4736                                       MLS#79326 Connie Sithens 252-474-4054                                          MLS#77763 Barbara Crawford 252-670-3733

                  To advertise a real estate property call Celia Rolison (252) 635-5640 or Matt Gifford (252) 635-5645

                        NEED TO RAPIDLY SELL A HOME?
                Advertise it on the Real Estate Rapid Seller Page
  Simply Call Celia Rolison at (252) 635-5640 or Matt Gifford at (252) 635-5645 for Details
Your Local Real Estate Directory~Call these local estate agents’ or visit their offices anytime to see the best area homes.
           K AT H I E J O N E S                                                                                                                      WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME A
                                               Office: (252) 638-4242
                                               Direct: (252) 634-7838                                                                               GREAT HOME DROPPED OUT OF
                                                 Fax: (252) 637-3311
                                                                                                                                                        THE SKY FOR BUYERS?
                              www.homesinnewbern.com
                                kathiejones@live.com
                                                                                                                                                  Realtors help buyers find their dream
                                                                                                                                                home, and there’s no better place to start
                                                         2305 Grace Avenue
                                                        New Bern, NC 28562                                                                                  than right here.....

Builder                                   Home Improvement                                                                                                                                                                                       At JL Kirkman’s Antique Mall, our
ADDITIONS, ROOFING, DECKS,                BLAKE BROTHERS INC. Windows                                                                                                                                                                              business is “Whole Estates” there-
 kitchen & bath, remodeling, floor,        doors, roofing, painting, plumbing,        Tree Service                                                                                              General                                            fore, our mall is always filled with
                                                                                                                                         General
 structural and foundation special-        electric, concrete. 17 years experi-                                                                                                                                                                    1000’s upon 1000’s of items for
 ist. Member of Better Business            ence. NC License # 69662. Fully                            A-1 TREE                                                                                                                                     sale! A huge selection of Christ-
                                                                                                 Tree removal and                                  Bay River                                                Craven County
 Bureau. P&R (252)633-6675                 insured. Call (252) 686-0432                                                                                                                                                                            mas stuff! Collections of bells,
                                                                                             trimming, stump grinder,                            Metropolitan                                               Schools needs:                         Precious Moments, Witch balls,
Compost/Topsoil                           Home Improvement
                                                                                               up to 95’ bucket truck.                     Sewerage District is now                                HVAC Mechanic I                                 figurines, pottery, musical instru-
CERTIFIED CLASS A Compost or              EXPERT TEXTURED ceiling re-
                                                                                             Mastercard/Visa/Discover                      accepting applications for                                                                              ments, sheet music, knick knacks,
                                                                                            Earl Temple (252)636-0611                                                                                   Person must have                           plates, knives, coins, jewelry, cast
 screened organic soil, $20 per ton.       pairs, repainting or removal. Kevin
 Will deliver. No order too large or       252-447-1313 or 910-524-5472
                                                                                                                                                                                                    experience and ability to                      iron pots, old records, etc. “A short
 too small. (252)633-5334                                                                                                                                                                             install, maintain, and                       trip across the bridge to Bridgeton”
                                                                                                                                                                                                        repair commercial                          9-6 M-F, 10-6 Sat. 252-634-2745
                                          Home Improvement                                                                                    Sewer District                                     ventilation, air conditioning,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   *Please keep Jesus Christ in your
                                          Painting, Carpentry, Garages, Ad-                                                                                                                                                                        Christmas and have a wonderful
                                           ditions.... Reasonable rates and                                                                   Superintendent                                           and environmental                           New Year.
Concrete                                   quality work! (252) 671-6606.
                                                                                                                                            This is a regular full time,                           control systems. Require
DISCOUNT PRICES Driveways, pa-                                                                                                                 overtime exempt posi-                                 working knowledge of
  tios sidewalks No one can beat my       Home Improvement
  price Daugherty’s (910)389-8575         Professional Interior Woodworks                                                                    tion. The Superintendent                               reciprocal compressors
                                            Inc. Interior, exterior trim work &                                                             is responsible for the day                               and pneumatic control                            CONTAINER OF ENGLISH
Drywall Repair                              light remodeling. (252)635-8165                                                                   to day coordination and                             systems. Must have ability                         ANTIQUES JUST ARRIVED!
NEW WORK or repair to existing                                                                                                                    implementation of                                to follow written and oral                     Dickinson Avenue Antique Market
 walls and ceilings. Free estimates.      Home Improvement                            .                                                                                                                                                           701 Dickinson Ave., Greenville, NC
                                                                                                                                               operations of a sewer                                 instructions, diagnose                                 (252)830-1455
 Call 252-633-4909
                                                                                                                                                district serving 2600                              equipment malfunctions,
Electrical Service                                                                                                                                    customers.                                         determine repair
W.C. ROUSE ELECTRICAL INC.                                                                   BECOME A DENTAL                                  Experienced Required:                                   procedures, and use
 Lic.#4843U Insured & Visa/ Mas-                                                           ASSISTANT IN 10 WEEKS                                  Five or more years                                equipment necessary to
 tercard accepted. 252-939-1661           ROOM ADDITIONS, garages,                             Registering now for
                                                                                            January 14th-March 11th                          experience in operations                               repair HVAC equipment.
                                           decks, vinyl siding and windows,                Mon., Wed. & Fri. 6-10pm.                                                                                                                             YARD SALE - SLIGHTLY WEATH-
                                           painting and roofing. Complete
                                                                                                                                                 and maintenance of                                      Apply on-line at:
Excavating                                                                                     DENTAL BUSINESS                                                                                                                                    ERED LUMBER! Any size or
BROOKS EXCAVATING SERVICE                  home      improvement.     (252)                    CLASS INCLUDED                                   wastewater facilities,                              www.craven.k12.ec.us                          length. $3.00 Discount City Have-
 Ditches, land clearing, footers.          571-8429 or (252)447-3215                      VERY flexible payment options                        Class III Waste Water                                                                              lock (252)447-1880
 $40/hour (minimum of 3 hours).                                                               Call 877-432-3555 or
                                                                                            www.NCDENTALU.com                                  Operating License with
 Lawncare also. (252)244-1200 or
 (910)300-0076
                                          Landscaping                                                                                        ability to obtain Class IV
                                          RANDY’S BED MAINTENANCE &
                                                                                                                                            license within one year of
                                           LANDSCAPING Fall cleanup, plant-
FIREWOOD                                   ing, mulch, sodding, pine straw, &         RETIRED SPECIAL ED/ ELEMEN-
                                                                                                                                             hire. Strong background                            Drivers
FIREWOOD SEASONED OAK 1/2                  irrigation repairs. 910-743-2951            TARY School teacher will tutor                           in administration and
  cord $70. Full cord $140. Call           home or 252-474-4491 work                   your child in your home or mine.                            supervisory skills                               EXPERIENCED LOG                                     “DOG SCHOOL”
  (252)633-5662 or 670-0859                                                            $15/hour. (252) 514-2234                                                                                                                                         Basic/Advanced training
                                                                                                                                                       preferred.                                    TRUCK DRIVERS
                                          Lawn Care                                                                                                                                                                                               for all breeds! wellerkennels.com
                                          FALL CLEANUP! Raking yards,
                                                                                                                                               Education: Bachelor’s                               3 years experience with                          New Bern, NC (252)636-5225
Gutters/Construction
   DAD & THE BOYS LLC                       pressure washing, mulching                                                                           degree or a two year                               class A CDL. Excellent
  Residential construction, lawn            flower beds, removing small trees,                                                                    associate degree in                                pay and equipment.
   care, seamless gutters, floor-           landscaping. Campbell’s Lawn                                                                      related field. Experience
                                            Care (252)342-1984                                                                                                                                        Apply in person to
   ing, painting, drywall, decks                                                      General                                                  may be substituted for
   cords of wood. 252-652-7335                                                                                                                                                                          Treeline Inc. at                         BEACH PUPPIES RESCUED Pup-
                                                                                                                                            education at the District’s                                  125 River Rd.                            pies for adoption! Puppies person-
                                          Lawn Service
                                          Lawn Care & Home Maintenance.                   CUSTOMER SERVICE/                                            discretion.                                      Vanceboro NC
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ally delivered, health guaranteed.
Handyman
                                            Good rates, better monthly rates.              DATA PROCESSING                                      Applications may be                                                                               Visit us at beachpuppies.com or
A QUICK SERVICE. Can Install or                                                           Free classes now forming in Data                                                                                                                        call (828) 675-9694
                                            Call Dennis, (252) 670-8548                                                                       obtained by calling the
 Repair anything Remodeling,                                                               Entry Instruction and Customer
 Painting, Tile, Roofing, etc. 30                                                           Service with focus on Income                          District’s office at
 years experience. Quality Work           Roofing                                         Tax Preparation. Day and evening                          252-745-4812
 guaranteed. Member of Better             ROOFING KING We get it right the                   classes available. Apply for
 Business Bureau We accept Visa,                                                             seasonal job opportunities.
                                                                                                                                                     or emailing
                                           first time. We beat any competi-                                                                                                                     Trades
 Mastercard, Debit. 252-633-6675.          tive price. 30 years experience.               JACKSONVILLE: (910)353-3880
                                           Free estimates. Shingles, rubber,                 HAVELOCK: (252)447-7878                      pwbrooks@embarqmail.co                                    Immediate opening for an:                    MOBILE HOME HEAT AND COOL
Handyman                                   metal, repairs and roof coating.                                                                         m                                              EXPERIENCED HVAC                               UNITS 24,000 BTU package sys-
                                           Member of BBB. Major credit                                                                                                                                                                            tem. $1499 Discount City Have-
A-1 HANDYMAN SERVICE No job
                                           cards accepted. Home of the                                                                                                                               SERVICE TECH                                 lock 252-447-1880
  too small. Reasonable rates!                                                        General                                                                                                     Must be able to diagnose and
                                           5-year warranty. 252-633-6877
  (252)229-7016
                                                                                      SELL AVON - Could you use an
                                                                                                                                          CLEAN YOUR                                             repair all types of heat pumps
                                                                                                                                                                                                 and gas furnaces. Valid drivers
                                                                                                                                                                                                         license a must.
                                          Small Engine Repair
                                          2-CYCLE/4-CYCLE TUNE UPS,
                                            repairs and overhauls. TW’s Small
                                                                                       extra $300 to $500 a month?
                                                                                       (252)775-2866                                        ROOM                                                       Call (252) 636-2090
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 SPECIAL BUY R-22 HEATPUMP
Hauling                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           CONDENSING UNITS 2 ton 24,000
                                                                                                                                               and sell your
                                                                                           Lost Something?
Fill dirt, topsoil, sand, rock back-        Engine Repair (252)626-2316
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  BTU $887. 3 ton 36,000 BTU
   hoe, grading, debris removal,                                                                                                                                                                                                                  $1,187. 5 year warranty. Discount
   demolition, drainage tile Reid         Structural repairs
                                                                                          Find it in the Classifieds! Or if you don’t
                                                                                          find it in the “Lost & Found” section, you
                                                                                                                                              unwanted items                                                                                      City Havelock 252-447-1880
   Avery (252)638-2801                    WE REPAIR JOISTS, seals, gird-
                                                                                          can place your own ad there and let the         COOL. CHEAP. STUFF
                                           ers, water/termite damage. All
                                                                                          finder... find you! The Classifieds are your
                                           home repairs! (252)756-2915
Hauling                                                                                   best connection to meet up with buyers,
                                                                                                                                                      ENC
LOT CLEARING, FILL DIRT, tree
 removal, bush hogging, stump
 grinding, debris sites, dump trucks
                                          Tractor Work
                                          MOWING, BUSHHOGGING, and
                                                                                          sellers, prospective employers or
                                                                                          employees. Call today to place your
                                                                                          Classified Ad.
                                                                                                                                            Classifieds                                                                                           SPECIAL BUY! 3-ton, 36,000 BTU,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  13 Seer Heatpump, split or pack-
 for hire and landscaping. FREE es-
 timates! Call (252) 723-3537
                                           Coastal Bermuda horse quality
                                           hay. Call (252)670-0555
                                                                                                    1-888-328-4802
                                                                                                         Windsock
                                                                                                                                            888-328-4802                                                                                          age system, $1,996. Discount City
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Havelock 252-447-1880
                                                                                                                    TheWindsock                                                                                      December 2, 2010 B9

                                                                                                                                  220 Apartments for Rent

WALL OR WINDOW MOUNT                    INVESTOR SPECIAL 3618 Windy                       STRICTLY RENTALS : 2 bed rent-                www.neusebuilders               28X56 & 32X76 Clayton Homes            SOUTHERN SUN IV MOBILE
 18,000 BTU Heat and Cool units.          Trail, 2/1.5 Townhome, new carpet                als $550-$750 3/4 bed houses                   rentals.com                       with full finished sheetrock.       HOMES FOR RENT Call For Availa-
 $487 Discount City Havelock              & paint, $65K Chuck Tyson, Tyson                 $750 & up. Call (252)447-0222                                                   Energy Star rated. 2 off frame       bility. Includes stove, refrigerator,
 (252)447-1880                            & Hooks Realty Inc 252-670-5230                                                                                                  modulars. Heavy discounts. We        washer/dryer. James City Area,
                                                                                                                                                                          need the space for new models.        near airport. Over 55 receive 10%
                                        JAMES CITY! 2/1 on 1/2 acre, con-                                                                                                Nowell’s Housing Morehead City         Discount. (252)259-7716
                                          nected to commerical land. Electric             CLEAN FURNISHED NO SMOKING                                                               252 247-5805 or
                                          heat, new flooring. For sale by                  near Tryon Palace. for single. $100        GATED MAXI STORAGE/                 nowellshousing@bizec.rr.com
                                          owner! $65,000. (252)670-5117                    week & up 252-249-2200                         FLEX SPACE
                                                                                                                                          1,250 sq ft. $300
HUNTING CLUB OPENING FOR
                                                                                          220 Apartments for Rent
                                                                                                                                          2,500 sq ft. $550                                                    VANCEBORO 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath,
 MEMBERS Pamlico county area                                                                                                              3,750 sq ft. $800
                                                                                                                                         7,500 sq. ft. $1,200                                                   very nice mobile home on large lot
 near Oriental Still hunting only
                                                                                          1 BEDROOM Furnished Apart-                 (252)637-6667 or 671-5696                                                  in quiet park. No pets. $495 per
 $1,000. Call Mike with any ques-
                                                                                           ments Waterfront setting, weekly,                                                                                    month + deposit. (252)671-1946
 tions 252-671-9391
                                        107 RHEM STREET Great neigh-                       monthly 910-578-5777                                                         2 & 3 BEDROOMS Singlewides/
                                          borhood, 2/1, completely remod-                                                                                                Doublewides. Sandy Ridge MHP
                                          eled, no pets, no smoking, $650                                                                                                Bridgeton. No pets allowed.
                                          month. 252-626-4777                                                                                                            (252)637-9321 or (252)474-5058

                                                                                          1,650SQ.FT. 2 BEDROOM Deck,             3300 SQ.FT. Commercial Building
      #1 ABSOLUTE BARGAIN                                                                   fenced yard. $750/month. No pets.       $1200/m. ALSO: 24X40 SQ.FT.                                                Lot For Rent for 2 bedroom trailer.
   Brand NEW In Plastic Queen/                                                              (252)670-9297                           Storage or Shop! $175/m. Call                                                Locklear MHP. No pets. $200 mo
   Full Plush Mattress Sets $99!        1303 STALLINGS PARKWAY 2                                                                    (252)637-2340                       2 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, Great clean           /dep. References. 252-229-6165
     Queen/Full PillowTop Sets           bedroom, 1 bath, fresh paint, new                                                                                                home. New Bern area. $450 + de-
   $159. WE’RE LOCAL, 8 miles            carpet, no pets. $650/mo. Chuck                                                                                                  posit. No dogs. (252)671-0388
  from Main Gate. Better Quality         Tyson, Tyson Management Co.
                                         252-670-5230                                     2 BEDROOM 1.5 BATH. Screened
    and Will Beat Any AD Price                                                                                                                                                                                 BUICK 2004 LESABRE V6, auto-
                                                                                            in porch, washer & dryer hook-up.     3400-A TRENT ROAD Chelsea
     Guaranteed! Can Deliver/                                                                                                                                                                                   matic, AC, fully loaded, $6495.
                                                                                            Riverbend. Some pets allowed.          Square, 900sq.ft. building, Ideal
        Layaway Available.                                                                                                                                                                                      Cherry Auto Plaza (252)
                                                                                            $745 a month. (252)259-6660            office or shop. $875. Chuck Tyson
  Call Dion NOW! (910)325-7008                                                                                                                                          2/2, COLONIAL MHP, Recently re-         652-7494
  *************************                                                                                                        (252) 670-5230
                                        2 BEDROOM, 1 BATH! Large                                                                                                          modeled, washer/dryer, deck.
   5PC CHERRY BEDROOM SET!               fenced yard! 822 Haywood Place.                                                                                                  $495, no smoking (252) 229-8142
     Brand New-Still in the Box          $650 + deposit. (252) 648-7382
    Queen/Full $350! Will Beat                                                            2 BEDROOM, 2.5 BATH Nice, safe,
     Any AD Price Guaranteed!                                                               quiet, waterfront neighborhood.
Call Dion NOW! (910)325-7008                                                                Walk to marina, rec center, water-
                                                                                                                                  OFFICE SPACE for rent. 1400 Sq                                                 CAR INSURANCE
                                                                                                                                   ft, downtown New Bern, Ample                                                    BEST PRICES IN TOWN!
                                                                                            front dining and boat ramp. Large                                           3/2 NO PETS Locklear MHP, $515
                                        4/2.5 2011 PINETREE DR. New
                                                                                            bedrooms, cathedral ceilings, pets
                                                                                                                                   off-street parking. (252) 633-2470                                              GRADY & GRADY
                                          Bern. Pet with non-refundable de-                                                                                               mo., $525 dep. References re-
                                                                                            okay, cable included, $875 mo.                                                                                         3330 Neuse Blvd. New Bern
                                          posit. $1000. 252-637-2242 work                                                                                                 quired. 252-229-6165
AFFORDABLE BARNS! 12X16                                                                     252-675-0518                                                                                                                (252)638-5433
 $1,895; 12x20 $2,395; 16x16                                                                                                                                                                                         Non-Owner Insurance
 $2,795. Other sizes available. Built                                                                                             PROFESSIONAL OFFICE SPACE                                                          BEST RATES FOR DWI
 on your lot. Call (252)531-0664 or                                                                                                Ideal location! Call Whit Morgan                                                  Motorcycle Insurance
                                        423 SANDY POINT Rd. Small 2                                                                at (252)636-2200 for details.
 800-218-BARN, Ayden                                                                      ALL THE BEST DEALS Apartments,                                                425 SANDRIDGE RD Bridgeton.
                                          bedroom house, $495 per month.
                                                                                           Townhouses, Duplexes, Mobile                                                  3/2 doublewide, $700, References
                                          Call (252)636-1855                                                                                                                                                   VW 2002 WAGON GLS 4 cylinder,
                                                                                           home lots or mini storages. Sec-                                              No pets. 252-670-8302
                                                                                                                                                                                                                leather, full power, loaded, $5,995.
                                                                                           tion 8 accepted. (252) 637-5600                                                                                      Cherry Auto Plaza (252)
                                                                                           Management Services                    RETAIL SPACE 309 Middle Street,                                               652-7494
    CLEAN LONG LEAF
                                                                                                                                   Approx. 1100 sq ft $900 per
      PINE STRAW                             AVAILABLE HOUSES
                                                                                                                                   month     843-651-4853     or
                                               3 BEDROOMS                                                                                                               FOR RENT Clean well kept newer 2
   $4.25 per bale! Delivered!                                                                                                      843-997-4620
                                            Riverdale area. Fenced yard.                                                                                                 & 3 bedroom Mobile Homes in
        (252)244-1738                                                                         DOWNTOWN - E FRONT ST
                                                $850/month. No pets.                          3/2.5, spacious historic 2-story                                           quiet country setting in Havelock.    FORD 1999 WINDSTAR 3 to
                                              Lease, deposit & credit                          with off street parking and back                                          Close to base! $500 and up!            choose from. Fully loaded. Starting
                                          check required. (252)636-5818                       yard area, 2180 sq.ft. $1200/mo                                            (252)447-3625                          at $2,995. Cherry Auto Plaza
                                                                                             OrsusMgmt.com (252)649-0410                                                                                        (252) 652-7494
WINDOW OR WALL MOUNT
                                                                                                                                     1999 Zone II 28 x 70 Horton
 12,000 BTU Heat & Cool units                                                                                                           3 bed 2 bath. Excellent
 “heatpump”. $499 Discount City                                                                                                       condition. Must be moved.
                                          Deluxe Duplex Townhome                                                                     No reasonable offer refused.            HOMECREST PARK
 Havelock 252-447-1880                                                                                                                                                                                         CHEVY 2003 S10 Extra cab, 4x4, 6
                                           4242 Arbor Green Way, 3/2.5                    FURNISHED APARTMENT Small 1               Call Jeff or John 919-751-0622       2 & 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, $300 to       cylinder, AC, automatic, loaded,
                                            All appliances, yard care,                     bedroom, no pets, recently up-
                                                                                                                                                                          $550 plus deposit. Includes water,    $6,495. Cherry Auto Plaza (252)
                                             fenced. $925 + deposit &                      dated, $350 mo. + utilities, 142
                                                                                                                                                                          kitchen and laundry appliances, &     652-7494
                                               lease. (252)635-6358                        Lynnwayne Circle. (252)447-1629
                                                                                                                                                                          parking. No pets. 252-637-5549

BEAUTIFUL GREEN FRESH CUT                                                                                                           CLOSEOUT SALE!
 CENTIPEDE SOD Large 6’ rolls.                                                                                                          5 BRAND NEW Clayton
                                        DOWNTOWN NEW BERN, 2 bed-                                                                   Singlewides starting @$21,000!                                             FORD F-7000 FLATBED TRUCK
 $2.49 Discount City Havelock
                                         room, 1 bath Upstairs apartment                                                                 NO reasonable CASH             MOBILE HOMES for rent in New-           Diesel, good condition, must see,
 (252)447-1880
                                         with own entrance, $450, no pets,                     PROPERTY MANAGEMENT                          offer refused!               port area. Starting at $285. Please    $3500. Discount City Havelock
                                         no HUD. (252) 637-6667                                       FOR LEASE                     CALL NOW! (252)523-3680              call for availability. 252-223-6002    252-447-1880
                                                                                                HOMES & APARTMENTS
                                                                                                 New Bern Locations
                                                                                                    From the $675’s
                                                                                                     •Arbor Green
                                        HISTORIC DOWNTOWN 3/2 859                                  •Arcadia Village
  $50 PER MONTH! 8’x20’, 160                                                                      •Academy Common
                                         Pasteur Street, fenced yard, $900                         •Academy Green
  sq.ft., We deliver to your site.
                                         month. (252)670-6216                                     Havelock Locations
 On-Site Storage (910) 389-3659
                                                                                                    From the $595’s
                                        HISTORIC SPACIOUS HOME 3/2,                                 •Croatan Forest
                                                                                                  •Chrisopher Downs
                                          porch, deck, updated appliances,                           •Tucker Creek
                                          fenced yard, nice kitchen, lots of                         252-635-6800
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