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 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 11, 1973
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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year, thousandsof list, but don't hesitate to debtedness requesting that NROTC Unit at TACAIRLANT, 123 per-
servicemen and women seek help for any problemyou his unit commander insure Jacksonville Universityleads cent; CVW-6,122 percent;
learn expensive lessons may face.WILLSThis. payment of the debts. the local Combined VA-72, 119 percent; MAR
because they did not seek is a stan- Any serviceman who is Federal Campaign with a BKS Cecil, 119 percent;

legal advice before they dard, problem, that you having problems with grand total of 335 percent VA-15, 108 percent;

signed a contract for some may want legal assistance bills, or 'who.is; being, pledged. NAVFINOFF: 107 per-
service or before they with. If you're concerned hounded about a debt Others over or at the 100 cent; NAMTD Cecil, 104
signed a lease for a new about providing for which he feels that he percent mark are: USS percent; FWF Jax, 103

home. someone particular upon doesn't owe, had better Waldron, 223 percent; percent; VS-30, 102 per-
Most serious legal difficulties your death, want to change get legal help. An COMASWING 1,181 per- cent; VA-174,101 percent;
could be avoidedbe your will, or want to appoint arrangement can often be cent; VA-81, 180 percent; FASOG Cecil, 101 percent;
getting expert advice guardians for your made with creditors to CVW-3, 179 percent; VC-2 SUPSHIPS JAX, 101
when the problem first children in the event of the make smaller or delayed Det., 177 percent; percent and VA-45, 100

comes up. It's often too death of you and your wife, payments. If the serviceman COMLASWING 1, 164 percent.As .
late if you wait until you're a legal officer can draw upa doesn't actuallyown percent; VA-83, 151 per- of Friday, Oct 5,
already in trouble and then simple will. It's also a the debt, legal actioncan cent; DMA Hydro Cen., $131,140.72 had ,been
ask an attorney to "make good idea to review your be taken to stop ,the 144 percent; VA-37, 131 pledged to the Drive. Thisis
r' it n right. will periodically to make creditor from trying to percent; COMPATWING 40 percent of our

here sure it's up to date. force payment. 11, 130 percent; assigned goal for this year.SpeakOut' .
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DEBT COUNSELING Sometimes members of
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a sampling Members of the military the military may find '
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;' office:'Your" problemmay because of an inability to debt with no apparent way ,' : -.
legal not be included the pay debts or they may out. In such a'case, the ,'
receive letters of'in- legal officer can advise Yes Sir I fundsavailable
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him on the wisdom and about the
Hobby Shop are insufficientto
,, JT AX: AI 'Ft :NEWS process of declaring here. It's suppose to be... defray all costs of
.bankruptcy. the way I understand it's operating the. numerous
; The JAX AIR NEWS la a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper DIVORCE-Legal help is run by our Recreation Special Services Facilitieson
distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station, often sought by a serviceman Fund. But here of late you the base. Some supplemental
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a who either wantsa have to pay to use the funding is
private firm All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS divorce or is faced by a racks and ,
the
grease
j>. must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS divorce or a support action required. The most c
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication.News grease pits and different equitable way to accomplish -
his wife. if his
;;' Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118. by Usually, things at the Hobby Shop.It this is to assess
wife is divorce
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.or HI9. is run by our Recreation nominal user fees on those
Ii ""Everything advertised in this publication must be made the man's concern is witha Fund do
why we have to utilizing the facilities.
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race, creed color, 'national origin or sex of the purchaser custody of children, or pay for it? That's basicallymy Costs, of materials,
user or patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this with the amount of question. equipment and worker
policy of equal opportunities by an advertiser will result In the support Dear Speak-out... salaries continue to rise
23 refusal to print advertising from that source. payments. Yours is a popular and adjustments in user

Advertisements are ,solicited by the publisher and queries Often it is desirable to misconception and the fees ,become necessary.
concerning such should be directed to:
delay the proceedingsunder confusion is un- User fees at NAS Jax were
tr the Soldiers' and derstandable. Special recently changed and are
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY
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""IL.I", ;. Telephone 387.3566 until the man can return supported by profits from other bases in the area.
t, MfMl\ 1E1t home to protect his in- non-appropriated fund Complete information on

:' r VOL. 31 NO.,30 OCTOBER 11, 1973 t terests or until he can activities and under optimum the new rates are ..
work out an agreementwith conditions would be available in NAS Jax f

his wife. free to the user. However, Notice 1710 of,Aug 7,1973.I .

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Petty Officer Second Class Charles R.Starr was recently reenlisteo Commendation for his superior
for THREE years aboard the aircraft carrier USS JOHN F. KEN. performance while embarked in
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A t. Bank's mobile unit will be in requiring 13. "?,: : ",
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( 8)) at 8:15: a.m. on Wed- contribute are asked contact '::1':1'L;' ,
nesday, Oct. 17, to accept their supervisors so that they can !II j[,
donations to the Navy-Civil be scheduled between 8:15: and !!r i! .
Service Blood Account.. 11:15: a.m. {It; .

All civilian employees are Volunteers are urged to eat Ij;\j\ I\I ,
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eligible to draw from this accountfor breakfast, but the breakfast 'I! I
1 themselves and their legal should consist of very little fatty |
! it' dependents at no cost for the foods and liquids if it is eaten 'I I(
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units would be collected; instead, A volunteer who is under 18 :: i!
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N more than half the need for the Also, employees with a history "|' f';
period from March 14 to July 11, of hepatitis, malaria diabetes or I,
i '.. the last two Blood Donor Days. low blood pressure, as well as '';
t \ The number of units released colds, flu or fever cannot be li
:... : between these dates to civilian accepted.Pregnancy is also a bar r.
employees and members of their to donating. j
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Members of the South West Chamber of Commerce held their r I

luncheon meeting in the Officers' Club aboard NAS Jax Tuesday.. More than 60 members were r !
present for the meeting.The meeting was held as a special I tribute to the Navy In conjunction with the : i .
Navy Birthday week. Shown (l-r)'are: Capt. J. E. Marshall, C. O. Cecil Field Lou Parrish, Vice .',. \

NAS President,Jax.of the South West Council; Capt. C. D.Gilpin. ,C.O. NARU, and Capt. W. G. Sizemore, C. O. Shore Sailor of Year' i, '; : .

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seminar will be Capt; JohnM. 71 NOVA 2 DR. Like New. AC. Pwr Str. Pwr. Brakes, w

Waters USCG (Ret.), Radio MOTOROLA
who will speak on"How the'Reti PONTIAC GRANDVILLE Loaded Extra Clean
'ee Can Best Serve the 72 DODGE CORONET' Station Wgn. Full, .Pwr.. AC.
,Community.Topics ."- 'II", .' Like New.
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according to LCdr. R.B Clean Car '"> WORWSERiEI
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Security Chairman and include Survivor's Social PRESTIGE LIST-A-CAR ,

Benefits; CHMPUS and 7805 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 786-7543 .' r:
CHAMPUS to'MEDICARE
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Items from the Secretaryof
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Personnel; will also be

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Pool PatiosBalconies 70 PONTIAC k$;i 71 FORD PINTO ---------------------_" .
Automatic, Radio & Heater ,
WTW Carpet-Drapes Trans-AM Loaded! jf.|
Central Heat&Air i'.
Modern Kitchen Appliances $2295 : : WIILAtCEPT' ',
Laundry Room .,, SID j"I,
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$115 up : Power Steering, Power Brakes :
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Land buyers warned IJaxBuying


and selling land It Is important not to waive any

billion dollar businessin right to see the Property Report
six
I was a last year. when signing a contract.
States
the United
Z the land was purchased HUD officials warn Navy
Much of
personnel not to sign .
any
"sight unseeen" by Navy contracts
before discussing
women stationed them
and
men and at home.In first t with a legal officer.They say
overseas
passed the land buying represents a considerable .
1968, Congress
Land Sales Full investment and shouldbe
Interstate
done cautiously.
Disclosure Act which requiresthe
to Federal law requires a
of the property
seller
i I'f "cooling off" period in
land
the buyer with a copy of a
provide purchases and this right should
Report.
xu Property This report explains the basic not be waived by the buyer.

sold. All Buyers are warned that
nature of the land being
: U.S. land sales, whether or not registration with the Federal
Government does not
constitute
the contract is signed overseas
_
under the jurisdiction of the endorsement or inspection of the
a rfJ come
Department of Housing and property. Registration is only to

Taa..a Urban Development (HUD). give the buyer full information on

Most developers must have a the land.
Property Report on file with The Office of Interstate Land

." HUD's Office of Interstate Land Sales is interested in receivingany

______ Sales and must give a prospec- type of complaint or comment *
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I OBJECTIVES EXPLAINED- Joe Lewis (facing front) explains the objectives and the means tive purchaser a copy before the about land developers,even

I i of achieving the objectives of the new Alcohol Rehabilitation Center to some of the 15 men who will contract to buy land is signed. though the complaint may not be

i then go on to explain what they have learned to the men and women of their units and commands. The purchaser can cancel the covered by the 1968 law.
More information on land
contract and the developer must
i refund all monies paid .if no purchasing can be obtained by
Alcohol Rehabilitation Center
Property Report is received writing to HUD Interstate Land

before signing. Sales, Washington, D.C. 20410.

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j sponsors education program Pair cited at 679th ,\


Jax -The Alcohol that will have 74 beds to accommodate their respective units and I
Jax-Two members of the 679th Manchester received the Air
Rehabilitation Center ARC) that persons applying for commands.The 1
have been cited Commendation Medal for
was recently instituted here at rehabilitation treatment. objectives of the ARC and Radar Squadron Force ,
by Maj. Kenneth P. Tevebaugh, meritorious service as Non-
NAS Jax was welcomed aboardby Attending the courses conducted its education program as explained
the alcohol education program by Lewis were 15 men by Lewis will be: squadron CO, in ceremonieshere. commissioned Officer In Charge :

that was conducted at the from various units and com- 1)) To promote attitudes of of the Unattended Ground Sensor
counseling and Assistance mands aboard NAS Jax. After responsibility with respect to Staff Sergeant Thomas A. Maintenance Section while

Center. attending the classes it becamethe alcohol in those persons who Cimino was awarded the Air assigned to the 2146 Com

P01 Joe Lewis, the drug abuse job of these 15 men to returnto choose to drink and the social Force Commendation Medal for munications Group at Osan Air

education specialist at the CAAC, their units or commands and acceptability of an individuals' outstanding achievement as a Base, Republic of Korea.

1 conducted two four hour courses spread the word as to just what decision not drink. Radar Maintenance Technician During the period from Dec. 30,

on the objectives of the alcohol the objectives of the ARC will be 2)) To achieve general acceptance while attached to the 679th duringthe 1972 to Jan. 29, 1973, "the outstanding

'. education program which will be as well as to determine ways of of alcoholism as an period from Nov. 1, 1972 to professional skill,

an important part of.the new ARC achieving: these objectives in illness that is preventable and .May 31, 1973.According leadership, and ceaseless efforts,
treatable. to the citation accompanying of Sgt. Manchester resulted in

3) To remove stigmatic effects the award, "Duringthis major contributions: to the effectiveness

associated with alcoholism which period,Sgt Cimino displayeda and success ,of the
THE HAREM militate against proper referralfor high degree of professional Pacific Air Forces Sensor

J treatment and subsequent dedication in the relocation of an Program", the citation stated.
aer restoration to full duty. AN-FPS-6 Height Finder Radar "
New Summer Hours: Open 4PMI 4) To teach supervisory per- Set and supporting equipment." THE FIRST UNITEDPENTECOSTALCHU

ALLNEWTOPLESSDANCERSTOPLESSGO sonnel how to detect alcoholism Master Sergeant Albert W. CH
4PM-2AM in its Extends to You a Cordial
early stages, how to induce
j" Raised Show Bar the alcoholic to seek treatmentand 5) To acquaint personnel with Welcome to All Servlcn'Sund.y
10 W. Church St. JS4-N7i the most effective methods of
to provide knowledge of the Sunday School 10:00: a.m.
treatment facilities,available. treating alcoholism. Morning Worship 11:00: a.m.
6)) To encourage the treatmentand Evangelistic 7:30 p.m.
rehabilitation for alcoholics Thursday
Bible Study 7:30p.m.
and alcohol abusers. Friday

7) To promote the acceptanceof Youth Service 730pm.

the recovered alcoholic as
a REV. W.L. COHRON PASTOR
useful, reliable member of. the
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.. .::!(,,., S Army engineers release
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:..p. two environmental reportsJaxThe
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Engineers has announced the vironmental QualityThe
completion of two environmental draft environmental study
statements on Florida of the Upper St.Johns River
impact says
r ",..,.. public works projects.One there will be a temporary
i r IY is a final report on the deterioration of water quality

.......... effects of aquatic plant control during construction of the levees
and the other is a draft en- and temporary water shortage
vironmental statement con reservoirs and an increase in
cerning the Upper St. Johns nutrients caused by flooding
River segment of the Central and vegetated areas.

J-. Southern Florida Flood Control The report notes that favorable
'\. Project.The aspects of the work include
.. final report on aquatic development of a valuable
plant control notes that chemical fishery resource In three impoundment -
..j ../- control with 2, 4-D areas, a dependable
dimethylamine salt "has provento supplemental water supply for a
\t be the most effective and critically water deficient area
f' ,f t feasible means of control near Melbourne will be created
w A:::. available,consistent with limited
..- ...' and flooding will be sharply
:1-L : -,, "; ......... -. 1 funds, the need for control and" reduced through temporary
wJ- 41 ,:.v'? the safety of the environment. storage of water in the Impoundment .
I However, the Corps of areas.Alternatives .
JOIN THE NAVY' SEE THE WORLD-AMS1 Carrol Schoenhals (Center) snipped over for six Engineers is continuing researchinto
years with VP-45, now deployed to Sigonella, Sicily. Lt. Leon Temple (Right) and Petty Officer more effective alternativemeans to the proposed 1
I Schoelhal's fellow members of VP-45's Combat Air Crew 12 were on hand for the ceremony near the of control with fewer construction plan are also i
Parthenon in Athens, Greece. adverse effects. discussed in the report. i
Potential alternatives under Copies of environmental
If I PWOC meeting MondayJaxThe investigation are mechanical, reports are available from the '
biochemical and other chemical U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, j
methods. P.O. Box 4970, Jacksonville, Fla. .
Protestant Women of improve and beautify the Chapel This report has been filed with 32201. I
the Chapel (P.W.O.C.) have grounds and buildings; attract
scheduled a meeting for Monday, more families to Sunday Church
Oct. 15 at 9:30 a.m. at the NAS School and Worship Services; Give a USMC Wives to meet ;;1 1club
Chapel. and plan special events for youth,
At the group's last meeting, teenagers., young adults and
Capt. John Goad (CHC) told the families. pintsized- Jax -The Marines Wives Club projects.All .
members about the challenge If an effort to improve the will hold their first meeting after Marine Corps wives, active {
facing the Chapel of Faith. Chapel community, they are the summer holidays on Wed or retired, are invited to attend.
nesday, Oct. 17, at 11:30: a.m. in
With our Navy community trying to compile a roster of those d
growing in such vast numbers, who attend the Chapel of Faith. the NAS Jax Chief Petty Officers For additial information,
not only the women, but whole This will help the chapel staff Club. contact Mrs. Arthur Slocumb at .
families are needed to help the know you better, know what your At the meeting, the group will 264-9487 or Mrs. Ernest Moyer at '
Chaplains and their staff assure a needs are and what you can do to gift. be making plans for this year's 771-5177 after 4 p.m
balanced,well rounded program. help.
The P.W.O.C. are not. simply There is a tremendous need for
interested in Bible Study and voices in the choir, teachers and Give In REAL ESTATE matters, visit or :all
church pot luck suppers. They youth sponsors.
want to aid the Chaplians by If you have any complaints or WAYNE SHRUMAn
making all Chapel programs suggestions or want to help the associate of
interesting, inviting and P.W.O.C. meet these challenges, Blood.
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ceremony.Capt. Vaught received the award for his outstanding
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I "Eagles" presented 'CIAO Aviation Safety Award. I IJax



.... received the Chief of Naval Operations Annual Aviation Safety Award
......., -The VP-16"Eagles" of command ceremony.Cdr. .
\ last week at P A TWING l 1's accepted change the award 'for his officers and men from RAdm H. G. Rich,
Ronald G. Castle
Commander Patrol Wings Atlantic. efforts the
Fleet patrol squadron whose during precedingyear
Atlantic
The award is presented to the Through Safety It is intended to recognize dynamic<
did the most to promote "Readiness accident.free flight operations.The .
safety program and to give credit tar accumulated general excellence to the area or
the
for
keenness of the competition unsurpassed professionalism is ,conferred upon the squadronaviation
safety and the mark of

winning it.According. the squadron qualified for the
to LCdr.Alan K Jenkins, VP-16's Safety Officer, award
through an agressive accident prevention program that has produced over 65,000 accident.free- flight

hours during the P.3C last"Orions"eight years.have now been painted with an "S",symbolic of the safety award They
W.l6nalsTwerSe
Battle Efficiency "E", which the "Eagles" 'won earlier this year for outstanding;
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Jax-NWCA Jax 86 'welcomed Mrs. Dwight LaMar will,chair ,
-National President Mrs. Leon the Thankgiving Dinner Dance ,,
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Conley to their October business
with Mrs. Robert Judd as her co-
meeting. chairman. Mrs.Harry McAllister 9; t ;
During the monthly reports, will have charge of the Cocktail '
special reports and convention Hour ,
reports were given. Memberswere Mrs. E.J Wager presented the t
asked to bring canned goodsfor club a wall hanging of the 23rd
Thanksgiving baskets and to Psalm in Japanese.Due a ; ;, '
turn in all points and pin orders to the National Conventionof .
for the year to the appropriate the NWCA, there will be no '"

chairmen by the November social-educational meeting this g { ,.,,..; ,
business meeting.A 'month. r, ny
donation was voted for the The next business meeting is '
Florida Junior College Choral scheduled for Nov. 7. ,

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area. The "Hotel" model of the "Sea King" chopper Is designed for both shore and ship-based I
'"n operations to detect, track and destroy enymy submarines, as well as providing logistic support and
da search and rescue capability. HS-1 is scheduled to move f from Quonset Point to NAS Jax.

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1'Mad,: Foxes' solve"'retention problems. 11

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H __ Jax-A year ago, Patrol
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lowest re-enlistment rates in the
4. Navy. Today it has one of the
highest
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4 A year ago, only seven percentof
r\\ the men were shipping over for
another tour of duty.Today, that
figure is running at more than. 50
percent.
Behind this change is a new
effort at retention that began just
five months ago and has reapedits
benefits not only in the up
surge of enlistments but a new
: pride and morale in the outfit.
Item: During a routine career
x counseling session, Chief Petty
Officer James R.Lee noticed one
sailor's grade on his military
r intelligence test seemed too low
for the aptitude the man had
shown on the job. Chief Lee
i P.., t retested the man and his score,
I t 1 originally a typing error that had
I kept him, out of the Navy's
}I technical schools, doubled. The
man stayed in.
: STRAIGHT FACTS-Chief Petty Officer James R. Lee discusses ref STRESSING A POINT, LCdr. Don Walsh tells how VP-5 has Item: When Petty Officer
:f r enlistment propects with PN3 Harry Carter at the VP-5 Career skyrocketed its retention rate in one year. LCdr. Walsh is head of the Third Class Mark Mann ex-
/ f Counseling Office. squadron's Career Counseling Office.
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(Continued from Pg. 12)) After LCdr. Walsh's ';.'

I pressed a desire to fly, his evaluation, a career proposal is
,division officer and career drafted, tailored to the in- ,
: counselor devised a program that dividual's need. Finally, and 'i ;
would allow him to be trained as before the man commits himself, :
j a flight engineer, the No.3 seat in the Career Counseling Office
the cockpit, of the P3C. Petty takes necessary steps to
Officer Mann agreed to re-enlist. guarantee that such things as
technical schools and desired
Item: At morning
every duty assignments learn!cur
of the squadron's of. are available
meeting before reenlistment.The .
ficers and chief petty officers, ,',. :
members of the Career Counseling statistics show the ",
approach ,
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Office discuss a particular is working. The Navy: :
Navy education program. wide retention average is 25

percent, compared to VP-5's 50-
1'i According to Cdr. Frank plus percent.
1 Woodlief,VP-5 skipper,the result ,
1 Is "Every man is a recruiter in Keys to Success
my squadron. I insist that every From the growing pride in the
officer and CPO in my command working spaces to the wealth of
have a basic knowledge of the information being given the men
various programs the Navy has by career counselors, Cdr.
to offer." Woodlief said, "The Navy is an .

organization where merit and .
t! It has been under Cdr.Woodlief's too
performance the .
are only keys to
; direction that the success.
retention rate for the squadron ;",.:' .
experienced its marked turn :
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around. "A man is advanced because of .- : >'. :
his merit and professional per
Pride and Honesty formance in competition with his DOUBLE-CHECK-Chief Lee checks to assure that re-enlistment incentives can be fulfilled before

His plan was simple: follow peers, period! Social, racial or the man signs his contract. '- "r" ".. '"..)". .
j usual Navy practices of a strong previous economic factors have
chain of command to give a man nothing to do with his progress."
! pride in work, be honest with a Honest .
i 1 man about his usefullness to the "When led to responsibility and fair approach I

j Navy, and bolster the Career honestly consider their future, '
Counseling Office. many men clearly appreciate the is the answer' !
prime advantage of ,
a Navy
j The Career Counseling Office is
career", Cdr. Woodlief con- Cdr. Woodlief
headed by LCdr Don Walsh, a 25 cluded.
year veteran of the Navy.
Working with him is Chief Lee
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success has been laid. .Lots .: ..... ,, ,... Ir&rrlw1Iji ,J
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Candid Evaluations
From the hangar deck, the 1
retention effort moves to the
Administration Officer where a .rF
candid evaluation of the man is
conducted by LCdr. Walsh. Does
the Navy want him and what y. .

opportunities might he honestly
expect in civilian life comparedto s ,, !

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recommended for a program F-r JWtIi4L'I
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I : Mad Foxes' solve retention problems. >. I


By Lt.John Sheridan
Vk t.
f a iii' VP-5 PAO
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!. Jax--A year ago, Patrol
t Squadron Five had one of the
lowest re-enlistment rates in the
sfI Navy. Today it has one of the
6
highest.
IF A year ago only seven percentof
the men were shipping over for
another tour of duty.Today, that
.\ % r figure is running at more than 50
percent.
Behind this change is a new
effort at retention that began just
five months ago and has reapedits
I II' benefits not only in the up-
surge of re-enlistments but a new
pride and morale in the outfit.
.1 Item: During a routine career
counseling session, Chief Petty
Officer James R.Lee noticed one
sailor's grade on his military
1 intelligence test seemed too low
for the aptitude the man had
shown on the job. Chief Lee
retested the man and his score,
jl l, originally a typing error that had
,kept him out of the Navy'stechnical
schools, doubled. The
I man stayed in.
STRAIGHT FACTS-Chief Petty Officer James R. Lee discusses reI STRESSING A POINT, LCdr. Don Walsh tells how VP-5 has Item When Officer
I enlistment propects with PN3 Harry Carter at the VP-5 Career skyrocketed its retention rate in one year. LCdr. Walsh is head of the Third :Class Mark Petty Mann ex-
I Counseling Office. squadron's Career Counseling Office.
(Continued Pg. 13)
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JAX AIR 'NEWS-LATWWGER' PAGE 13 _


I I .squadron-wide effort provides solutionContinued .1



( from Pg. 12)) After LCdr. Walsh's ."'',.'
pressed a desire to fly, his evaluation, a career proposal is J/
division 'officer and career drafted, tailored to the in- ',
counselor devised a program that dividual's need. Finally, and TrThc 11 ";f''",. .

would allow him to be trained as before the man commits himself,
a flight engineer, the No. 3 seat in the Career Counseling Office

the cockpit of the P-3C. Petty takes necessary steps to ci I w wA'
Officer Mann agreed to re- nlist. guarantee that such things as t +a
technical schools and desired
Item: At every morning duty assignments
are available
meeting of the squadron's officers before
and chief petty officers, reenlistment.The ;. .. t ,

members of the Career Coun statistics show the approach -
seling Office discuss a particular is working. The Navy-

Navy education program. wide retention average is 25

percent, compared to VP-5's 50-
According to Cdr. Frank plus percent.
Woodlief,VP-5 skipper, the resultIs
"Every man is a recruiter in Keys to Success
my squadron. I insist that every From the growing pride in the
officer and CPO in my command working spaces to the wealth of .
have a basic knowledge of ,the information '''
being given the men Jti. \ .
various programs the Navy has by career counselors, Cdr. :
to offer." Woodlief said, "The Navy is an i
.
organization where merit and 7
It has been under Cdr.Woodlief's N '
performance are the only keys to .
direction that the _
success. .
retention rate for the squadron 4. ...-_:
experienced its marked turnaround / .,
"A man is advanced because of '' .
'-
his merit and professional per-
Pride and Honesty formance in competition with his DOUBLE.CH ECK-Chlef Lee checks to assure that re-enlistment incentives can be fulfilled before

His plan was simple: follow peers, period! Social, racial or the man signs his contract. ',"," .. .
usual Navy practices of a strong previous economic factors have
chain of command to give a man nothing to do with his progress."

pride in work, be honest with a 'Honest fair
man about his usefullness to the "When led to responsibility and approach ;
Navy, and bolster the Career honestly consider their future, .
;
r'
1 Counseling Office. many men clearly appreciate the is the answer'
,
prime advantage of a Navy
The Career Counseling Office is
i
career", Cdr. Woodlief concluded Cdr. Woodlief
j I headed by LCdr Don Walsh, a 25 .
year veteran of the Navy.
Working with him is Chief Lee
i and Petty Officer First Class BOTTLE CLUB1
before HOP, SKIP AND JUMP., ,
But
Richard a
Anderberg.
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j possible reenlistment even gets
j to them,much of the groundwork F''24-43 HR' Gff1Y I"I = )
j for success has been laid.
Choice LotsAvailable ,: gjc .
Cdr. Woodlief, for instance,
...OVER TO OUR PARK WHERE YOU
places tremendous emphasis on
CAN BUY A MOBILE HOMEANDNEVERLEAVEICOLONY I t
the responsibility of a. man'sImmediate 'r4iI
Wf HAVE A NEW IDEA..
! supervisor--for on 1 _
the-job counseling and people-to- Pussycat Escorts
people communication.These .
Continuous (Dancing Partners]
supervisors, junior of- MOBILE HOME PARK & SALES topless Go GO -
ficers and chief petty officers are '" 244 W STlth St -\ 5lth Sf EXIT PH 351 f3f4'
given the authority to solve their G4 Open 4pm **m ( Sundays too) ..
men's CONCORD BARR1NG70NELCOWA SKYLINE
problems, reemphasizingthe )
F1
traditional chain of commandthat l'l8-3 eft lExpando1 124Xbo1 \10

has bolstered the squadron's 64.I'V' "" ... ie -

pride and morale. Some $300 to $500 off! Save $$$$$!

. That pride showed itself one 9359 103rd St.Near Cecil& Jax) P' ;1I. 275
day when a fire alarm sounded at See Ed Steve 3 (USN, Ret
Hangar 1000. It was no drill.

"Our men had our planes out of TRANSMISSION

the hangar and the hangar doors From mighty to mini
shut behind them is 11 minutes" ,
Cdr.Woodlief said, "far less tune; .
North .Florida
Honda & BMWof !
than, any other squadron. Their I 111

pride squadron in being-showed.a'member" .of this I has it all ,


Candid Evaluations 1M
From the hangar deck, the
retention effort moves to' the :

Administration Officer where a __ T _
candid evaluation of the man is S _
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conducted by LCdr. Walsh. Does I i.
the' Navy want him and, what iI

,opportunities might he honestly a
expect in civilian life comparedto kY/

the Navy? I COMPLETE

"In the past, a man was .
recommended for a program AUTOMATIC
merely because he asked," Cdr. .
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Woodlief said, "People were %V ) : {> iiILv
,losing pride in advancement %

and attainment of 'goals. It was r .FL'ORIDA'SNUMBERONE DEALER I :o I
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too
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"Now,we're working to clearly Prices and Service in Florida.

identify the career man 'with YOU MEET THE NICEST PEOPLE AT...
v potential. We have a choice of
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because that C A LI DAV NIGHT OR SUNOj
enlist a man just "
1\ man wants to stay in the Navy. J, ,. 540f PHI LIPS HWY
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have said. no." 531 CASSAT AVE
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,=i PAGE 14 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


y 1 Stop fires before they start.



Jax-PEOPLE cause most fires and PEOPLE can prevent most fires.
Not "the other fellow" but you..and you..and you! .
Good attention to fire prevention starts at home then carries through on the job or In the
\ classroom during leisure-time activities and while traveling, everywhere and at all times. In other

OKTOBERFEST words, "Never give fire a chance to start!"
At home,get rid of possible fire hazards and try to change habits which could be dangerous.Tour .
the house to weed out and discard everything no longer needed,especially from storage areas
where all sorts of "stuff" tends to accumulate.
OCT 26 th Then check throughout the house and correct all hazards such as faulty electrical appliances and

tt tr worn cords,combustibles stored too near sources of heat defective cooking equipment, and heating
N AS 0' CLU B systems which haven't been cleaned or had a safety inspection since they were used last.

Next,make a conscious effort to correct habits like carelessness with smoking materials,smokingin
bed, leaving matches and lighters where small children can too easily reach them or smoking

while handling gasoline-powered equipment.
On the job help stop fires by being careful with smoking materials and obeying all"No Smoking"
signs. Repor faulty electrical equipment, follow regulations for safe storage and disposal of com-

bustible materials,cooperate fully with the Navy's fire safety program.Do .
your share to help stop the fires which claim some 12,6001ives in the United States and Canada

each year and cost these nations approximately$3.2 billion annually.
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Q a a CALL: 387-3566 : Movie ScheduleThursday


Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
arriving too late for this deadline will be published Tuesday. for publication! i the following< Thursday. Ads
structed otherwise. A check or the fOllowing week unless the pUblisher Is In. .
money order - ..
for the cost of the ad must be received WITH the copy. w "r .

RATE: minimum< J| charge ((3 lines) ..$2.00 Per additional line (4 words per line) ...50e ,Oct. 11 Sunday,Oct.14

Mall to. HOLT PUBLISHING CO.,4747 SAN JUAN AVE..JACKSONVILLE 32210 NAS: "TIlE FIXER" Drama, NAS: "WALKING TALL"

Starring Alan Bates and Dirk Action Drama, Starring Joe Don

#if ] GEORGE'S Bogarde. "PG" (132 min.) Baker and Elizabeth Hartman.
( "T
.1 .. KENNELS COLONY MOBILE HOMES *
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"R" ((125 min.)
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: Dogs & Cats Boarded Sales 8. Rentals,5359103rd St. Call 771 HOSPITAL: "DAY OF THE

FEMPORARYJOBS Pick.Up 8. delivery services since 0275 Photostating and notary service.12'dl' JACKAL" Suspense Drama, HOSPITAL: "ASK ANY

FOR NAVY WIVESAll 1925. Grooming, training 8. shipping. Starring Edward Fox and Alan GIRL" ,
office skills needed. Long and Visitors welcome. BankAmerlcard ''WINSTON
& 15'.n
short assignments. No fee. We Pay Mastercharge honored. Off 1-10 near 2BR., front kit., AC, New Carpet, Badel. "PG" (143 min.) Monday,Oct.

You. Cassat Ave. & EdgewOOd Utility shed.$1500.781.4701 or 786-8407. Friday, Oct. 12 NAS: "GREAT BANK ROB

XTRA HELPERS 3M-51M: 5085 Edgewood Ct.,389.0064 NAS: "PAT GARRETT & BERY" Comedy Western,
'7131 FT AIRSTREAM Zero Mostel and Kim
BILLY THE KID" Western Starring
JANITORIAL WORK
AT NAS JAX Must sell! Financed with Jax ,
Hours 5.9:30 P.M., Call 3552741 and SCHWINN BICYCLEMen's Fed. Credit Union. Assume Navy Starring James Coburn and Kris Novak. "PG" (97 min.)
ask for openings at NAS. 3 Spd., Good Condition, 786- HOSPITAL "WALKING
5167. Payments. 398 5541. Kristofferson. "R" (106 min.) : "

Royal Services,Inc. HOSPITAL: "THE FIXER" TALL"

JOIN THE WONDERFUL WORLD MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS I'rMPSTM4" ,Yt] Saturday, Oct. 13 Tuesday,Oct. 16 .

OF KELLY GIRL NORWEIGAN ELK HOUNDS NAS: "ASK ANY GIRL" NAS: "LITTLE CIGARS"
70 L MANS SPORT COUPE
Like variety You Name It, We have AKC, 9 wks. old, Ea American. : Drama Angel
Comedy Starring
Love Seat Auto. Trans., PS, R8.H, AC, bucket Comedy, Starring Shirley
It Temporary, Part-Time or all the 264-7085.
seats,like new Make offer. Phone 733 MacLaine and David Niven. Tompkins and Billy Curtis. "PG"
time, convenient areas, Best firms,
Highest Pay. Call or 'stop Into our LINENS 2365. "PG" ((98 min.) ((92 min.)

Friendly office today. Bedspreads, Sheets, Pillow Cases 8. HOSPITAL: "PAT GARRETT HOSPITAL: "GREAT BANK

531 f:=la.Nat'l. Bank Bldg. Towels. All Used. Priced lOc to'$1.00. 72 CHEVELlE MALIBU & BILLY TIlE KID" ROBBERY" ?
KELLY GIRLS 3891257. (Ortega Hills). door hardtop,low mileage, all power
and AC, loaded with extras, $2,850

PART.TIME FLIGHTINSTRUCTORS WANTED GOOD HOME Phone 7332365.

For.Border Collie,6 mos. old, Black 8 '69HARLEY DAVIDSON SPEAKEASY
Call Bill Gardner White, Lovable & free. 3897573. .
"74"-1200 A1 Condltion.
Motorcycle cc
721 Mil
Best offer over $1,395. Phone BURLESK
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PART OR FULL TIME .:t"" '." <1,.EALESTATE'k.." 733.2365.

MECHANICSAfternoons WE BUY & SELL EQUITIES
Saturdays or Full-TIME NO MON EY DOWN
TOPLESS
Jax top Chevrolet Dealer. Apply in Call uSfor quick service 1968 Chevy Impala, 2DR. HT., V.8, .

person to Mrs. Foster, NIMNICHT Morrison I.Taylor,Inc. Automatic & Power, S895 3534575. NI Bartenders
4543 Wesconnett Blvd. Waitresses
CHEVROLET CO. 1550 Cassat X *
771-3053 737-3864 DANCERS: 11AM-2AM
Avenue FIAT"124"SPORTS COUPE
TRAILER LOTS WITH ACREAGETwo speed gear box, dual OH cams, AM- 5916 Philips Highway 733.9989

PARTTIME HELP (CUTCO) up to twenty acre, Tracts 5 mile FM Stereo tape deck. Absolutely like
Flexible Hours. $3.75 per hr. to start. radius Cecil Field & I 1.295 $2,000.00 to brand new, 15,000 mlle Must sell

We train. Must be neat, ambitious & $3,000.00 per acre. Prices are far Immediately. Best offer. Phone 786
have'car.. Call Mr. Searcy 398-5575 below near-future values. Call Tony 0721 or 7719262. a

between 5 & 6 P.M. George, Ret. Navy Chief 389-5514, NEWEST CONCEPT _
Eve. 7711976. BETTER CARS FOR LESS MONEY
SHORT.TIMERSExpanding WYNNE REALTY FLORIDA Used VW's Compacts, other foreign IN APARTMENT LIVINGS

Co., Will offer qualified Realtors SpecialistWE makes. Astro Motors, 6566 NormandyBlvd.
persons Immed employment as ., 7814978. 123 BEDROOM AND 2 BATHS : :y"C;:' rky,;

management trainee. 21 to 30 H.S. BUY EQUITIES Spacious rooms, wide windows, A
Grad. Sharp a, Outgoing. Phone 72136CO Louise T.Bailey NO CASH NEEDEDNOCREDITNEEDED central heat & air condo Private 4qa

771.3605 patios, sundecks swimming pool
Broker iF; c ti =:
E1 and up, 18 yrs;or older. and party, room .
BABYSITTING-ORTEGA HILLS CALL SHIPMATEJoe We can sell you a car and get complete S
Hourly Daily,Over-Night Ropiak RET Navy) financing arranged. 353.4575.. 264.8102
389.1257'KINDERGARTEN Licensed Real Estate Salesman
KINGSLEYAVE.
Representing 18QO ,
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TEACHER Blinding Agency, Inc. Realtors D DIRECTIONS: Between Branding
R&H
AC, Standard Trans
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Full-time at Day Care Center. DegreeIs Home 781.7715 Office 771.9513 Floor Blyd & Orange Park Minutes;
Shift, Gages, Michlin Steel
not mandatory. Must be experienced away via new_ I 1245,
Radials, New I. I'
Exhaust Mo.
with children. 356.0116 V-8 TERMS System 1 .
3 BR. Home, Immac. Cond., fenced Old $1500 Call 264.8684 after 4 =''C>

NEED EXTRA MONEY? yard, exclusive. area, under $20,000. 1
Part-Time 2637 Guerad. 1949 YAMAHA
'Evenings WINDSOR FOREST 180 cc. Excellent Condition

PMto11PM Make offer, lovely tri.level home, w- 2645446

Call 355.4321 Den, Foyer, Lg. LR, sep DR. Eat.In
73 OLDS DELTA 88 ROYALE
kit. fenced lot, approx. 200'deep.
4Dr., H.T., Low mileage, full power,
MAINTENANCEMANBldg. CH&A, Room to garden. An exclusive
AM-FM, 8-Track, 5 mos. left In fact
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Ma Int. & yard work. Mon-Frl. prestige area.5958 Windsor Forest Dr. 1-295
warranty $500 equity & take over
Must have valid drivers license. Good 3 TRAILER LOTS refinanced TAKE
Can be
pymts. as new car
benefits, free parking.. Call Mrs. Each with septic'tank & eight poles. ., .
at Credit Union. .
261.5378.ATTENTION ....
location
Trammell Conv.
at 3876471.
Louise T. Bailey : DIRECT TO.
BONANZASIRLOIN PITS 771.3605 Broker HUNTERS ..
Taking applications for Part time Bench Seat from Chevy Van. Never

.Help, at 5aO.c.Normandy Blvd., HOUSE FOR SALE used Holt,387-3566 excellent condition.$25.00 Phone. .. Y fi:::::;::::: ::::::::::::::===*:: : :;:::::::::;:::;=>>
Saturday, 9 to S. By 'owner, 3BR, Ito Ba., Carport, ,', :: ::
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.I Patio, Fenced yard. Conv. NAS 8. NO CASH NEEDED a' NOfI :

Cecil. 19500. 6716 Mopsy Lane. 772- 1964 Dodge Dart, GT, V-8, Auto., PS & ;;
A recorded message by,- 7155. PB, $35 mo. 353.4575

SCOTT EDWARDS W W >;:::''
nr :. -, Tells yo'howld 1Ht. 3 BEDROOMS BATH G S

lob' DISCJOCKEY"CaJt355'244 Paneled Family Room Carpets 1966 FORD FAIRLANE XL
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hour Approved for fenced, concrete Block, 18,500 BTU,
any
390 cu. in. eng., headers, Hi-Rise,
veterans Columbia School of AC, $23,000 Owner will carry mora WESTSIDE'
Cragger Mags, will run. Phone 781- loke ..
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Broadcasting. San Francisco. Not tgage or 9436. or. :: 8.tifIElO
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affiliated with CBS Inc Course' by 389- ::::. <:.t. ac 0:':

home stud 9.iiRiiiiiif.u ."" "' .:; !}
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!:< :' ._ ',. ., ,. ,: ",, %; Sportster, 1,000 c.c. King.Queen Seat ::. \\\\. HAS :'.'
LIVE CRABSWilford's '''\\:: .
WILMAR APTS. w-Slssy Bar. $1695 Days 781-4978 r ,\:::: : :: ::!: :::::
Fish Camp 2BR., Furn., water, sewage & gar Nights 786-6905.

264-9707 bage, parking:2 cars, small children, ._. :;', ORANGE PARK ::8Wi :
small pets o.k. $125. mo. Washer 2MEN/S BICYCLES ... ,., :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::Z &:.::'' ...a: =>> ft i:.::
AUTO AIR COND. SERVICE S8.00., 387.2541 or 387.0744..2NAVYMENONLY. 4.<: ." "
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1.3Speed,lOSpeed. Needs some work.
Room Units, Central Units, Tyler Call 246-1088 After 3P.M.,Make Offer.
and Park only
now
Heating & Air Conditioning 4711 The Bases Orange are

Palmer Ave. (Lake Shore) 3885161. 2BR.DUPLEXCompletely 'minutes ,away. Take 1.295 expressway to the
furn.., with washer & TV..
Normandy exit, then right IVi miles and one
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER AC $150 mo., water & garbage furn.,
Responsible party take up paymentsof 786-7915 or 786-7980 traffic light brings you to..

$7.00 per month. Rayfleld's
VOLKSWAGEN" COUNTRY
6437,Wilson Blvd., 772-836 ORANGE PARK
2 BR, Furn..Apt.,.AC,.5 MIn to NAS, .

GOLD VELVET COUCH Will rent to TAD personnel. or N It's a nice trip and so are the savings.
Custom Made, Seats 6 comfortably bachelors. No lease required 264 6884JUSTISSTRAILER .
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New Condition, Orlg. cost $700 Asking
$350. Call 731-1886 after' 6 PM or 0 O

anytime on weekends.DRESSMAKING PARK WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN

*ALTERATIONSIn 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern '

my home at corner of Edson and trailer and apts. 3893007. INC.

Madrla Call 264-3578. Call Marlanna. WE BUY AND SELLOOODUSEDMOBILE ,

HOMES

Phone 388.4619 T 1150 LANE AVENUE SOUTH ..

JEANS PROFESSIONAL TELEPHONE-SS11
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DANCE ACADEMY LET YOUR RENT

Westconnett at 103rd 8. Orange Park, BE YOUR DOWN PAYMENT

r:':Bellalr: Civic'Bldg., Ballet Tap Toe, DEPOSIT REQUIRED \. .
Jazz, Hula Tahltian, Baton, & SUMIT MOBILE HOMES OMa-rf4INa WRONG,BARCJ ,
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*acrobatics,' Register Now, 771-2521 5210 Phillips.Highway,7339422.. .

771-5464, 778-3655. Children. f., Adults.' ,' .... BRING, THIS AD FOR flMOFF, ,-. ..,:r'i.. ':' ;,' ..':-- .", *- :t < '

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I Canvas TOp anu CHI equipment.Good

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TWO CANAL LOTS 50'x100'Cross offer. 772-3303 or 26.4-4821 aft 4

F THE MARKET Creek, Sportsman Lodge. .....-...* ,
/" I i I. Orange Lake, Hawthorne, E. J. "N" GUAGE TRAINS and

A FREE PERSONAL WAN TAD SERVICE **-* > Hesebeck 781-5909 After five Layout Includes 21 Cars, 3
K
Military and Civilian Employees cf NAS Jax and NAS Cecil Field y y .......... track, tran-
[Dj| <_i_ 5i_ engines, switches,
,.----- ------------------ ----- .'I Swap or Sell 73 OLDS CUTLASS sformers, bridges. Layout
SUPREME (c) for 70-72 U.S. $125.00 264-
completed
FORM partially
I FREE WANT AD ORDER I
I Compact (Pinto, Vega Etc. ) aft 2352 ....-..

1 (ADS MUST BE LIMITED TO 20 WORDS) 5PM 712-8786. For Sale 12x65 3 Br MOBILE
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I HOME, Near Cecil Field, Furnished -
I I 5,000 BTU NORGE AC Thermostat -
take over payments unfurnished -
1 fan, used 1 ,
I 2 sp. year
$1,000 Take over
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I $75.00 Call 264-2729
it' I payments call 772-8735
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71 AAAVRICK GRABBER 6 cyl.,
Ft with
For Sale NIKKORMAT
Stand. Trans, Factory Floor Two Lens, VI vita r ,Zoom 75-25
: 1 II Shift, Radio & Heater, Air, Gages
TYPE OR CLEARLY PRINT ABOVEand REQUIRED INFORMATION BELOW Omm F4.5 Vlvitar Wide Angle
BE SURE TO INCLUDE YOUR PHONE NUMBER IN YOUR AD.J.t Michlin Steel Radials $1500 Call 28mm F2.5 After 5:00: call 771-

i 264-8684 after 4PM 5074 ........-
1I 1 TABLE professional,

I J.t;: 1 I' Name Office or activity to which assigned i I I PUPPYTerrler-slzed.AND Pet free GERMAN: MIXED SMALL SHEPHERD Has shots.DOG complete POOL SURFBOARD except sticks .$200.00"Hoble" $50.00


1 BUICK WILDCAT, Tires
1 House trained. Makes very good 1964
f ; I Rank.Rate or Grade Work Phone No. Signaturemust I family pet 772-7237 Gooc Condition $180.00 Call after
Six 781-5909
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r 1. Advertising will be accepted only from active provide all information requested, le: Full 1 '
1' 1 military or civilian employee personnel assigned to name (typed or printed) of person submitting ad and I Modified )INTERNATIONAL FAMILY WAGON
I NAS Jacksonville or NAS Cecil Field. his signature, grade or rank-rate, office or activity I TRIMARAN 18' Long 10' Beam MATADOR, 34000m, auto, -
I 3 I 2. Free advertising In the "Flee-T MARKET" to which he is assigned and office telephone. This Folds to 6',10" on trailer. Sail PS&PB, exc. cond. New-$4400,
information Is for authentication and ad
only I
will be limited to: Offers to buy sell or rent housing your area 185 sq. ft. Finest Materials Sacrifice $2050 or best call '771-
Information.
I should be worded Independently of this
for personal use as a residence; offers to buy or sell I used In Const. Price $1600 Call 4106 after ,3PM
I personal property; offers of or requests for rides to _
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5. Deadline for receipt of advertising to appear In 1 765-3018
,: and from work; announcements of educational
I the following edition is MONDAY NOON. Ads ROCKER Colonial with Cushions
SCUBA WET SUIT and boots
courses offered by non-profit organizations or 1
arriving after that date will be placed In the ELECTRIC GRASS TRIM.
$25
I. governement agencies. Ads for rentals will be accepted Used only five times 388-6657
o following week's edition. Ads will be run only one 1 Black & Decker $10 Curtains
only If the words "PCS" (for military), or MER, -
time, unless re-submitted as prescribed above.
"Officially Reassigned" (for civilians leaving the I Rods and Hangars etc. 771'
DINING
Jacksonville area) are included in the wording of the 5 PC. SET Highback
ad. Ads for pets will be carried only when accompanied 6. No phone calls will be accepted regarding I Chairs, Walnut Finish Table $65. 5977 (evenings)
I "Flee-T MARKET" advertising. The JAX AIR
by the word "Free". 1 Electric Guitar
NEWS and LATWINGER offices cannot provide Harmony
I Blackwall
3. AU ads must be typed or clearly printed on the typewriters or typing services for advertisers. 1 (Hollow Body) $60 All In Excellent RADIAL TIRE, ,
I "Flee-T MARKET" ad form which will be printed I Condition 358.1086 Dunlop SP-41 Mounted on
t I in each edition of our paper. Ads written In longhand 7. All ads must be limited to 20 words each. No Mustang V-8,14" Wheel, Size, 185-
, will be rejected. more than two ((2)) ads per week per-person will be I 1955-64 CHEVROLET 10 bolt 735.E 14: $40.00 771-5977

r. I 4. Complete ad forms must be mailed to ."Flee-T accepted. I 4.11:1: positraction differential.Has (evenings) ..._.....
MARKET" Editor, COo JAX AIR NEWS, Bldg. 1, 8. Ads appearing to be in the promotion of a 1 only 3,000 miles use. Working 1972 21FT COBIA, 100HP Johnson -
i I NAS Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Florida! 32212 business, or which do not meet the above
I' I OR requirements, will be rejected. The publisher 1 hours 772-3230 $100 Semi V, Saddle Tanks,
f "Flee-T MARKET" Editor, c-o LATWINGER Box reserves the right to omit any or all ads. I Center Console, Outriggers,
t i: I 111, NAS Cecil Field, Florida 32215. .These forms I Hooker 2 into 1 chrome plated Canopy, Many extras all In
1 e..---a. -----.------------------------.4 HEADERS for 650 Yamaha.Used Excellent Condition $2700.00 264-

For Sale 2 ACRES, High & Dry, Medical Meetings, Golf Tournaments (,t: REFRIGERATOR, Ex. two weeks $45.00 Working hours 7491 after 3
.........
cellent Condition Good 772-3230 >
j Wooded Excellent for D-W etc. References Please Running ,
Mobile Home, 282-5574 Work 3195 Phone 264-3524 For a Second Refrlg, $50, Contact 1972 TOYOTA COROLLA Good 1973 LTD Loaded 17,000 miles
Chief Baynard DT2 Waugh, Ext 3504 or 264-4765 Condition' $100 and take over Cheap 737-1808. -_

_.;,..... BUNK BEDS, Good Conditions After 5PMWINCHESTER...._.... ,payments of $72 per month'Call :" <... ..'"7.h -;
FIVE PIECE. DINETTE SET, 20" GIRLS BIKE, Child's Table Model 94 30-30 264-4770 or' 2511 ask for Jim 1973 -20W MIDAS Self Contained

Green Chairs $25.00 Good Condition Model MAGNUS ORGAN, Kitchen Shot forty times, excellent Francis CAMPER, Sleeps 6; many extras
.......
264-7204 Table 4 Chairs, Best Offer condition, two boxes' 150 grain $350 equity & take over paymentsCall
..-..-.- 264-6128 ....-.... shells call 387.1560 For Sale: SURFBOARD, 5'6", 771-2737 after 5:30 -
Wanted SOMEONE TO STAY Wanted: Original SEAT & like new, getting out of Navy,

WITH Two (Nice) Teenagers FORKS For '69 Triumph Bon For Sale ((2)) 1971 HONDA Ct-70 must sell, $75, 264-5120, or see OFFICER MESS DRESS

while Parents gallivant toY neville Call Martin 786-2536 Street-Trail Bikes Mileage 400 & Alexander, WC-660AIMD UNIFORMS Jackets Blue and
,
White Size 36 Trousers Blue Size
1 For Sale: NEW SUZUKI 125TC 3234. Call 264-9894:
still under warranty, low
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7 FT. Frederick-Willys POOL
264-5120 or see at WC-660 AIMD
TABLE. All ACC. Good Con-
A ditlon. $100 Ext. 174 Cecil Field
15' FLAGSHIP BOWRIDER, 45
Ask for Chandler After 5PM
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j through your Normandy Atlantic Bank.We.reth.k.Y people see. A 1929 PARK AVE, SOX 757 ORANGE- PARK, FLA 32073 ..

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TORRANCE'SL Reserve Center I

KITCHENJaxThere ,


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disaster in Torrance's Kitchenlast rXi U.S.Navy&Marine Corps "At the same time the current
week. Reserve Center has moved from facilities are geographicallymore
Ourprize oatmeal raisin cookie its Morse St.site,next to the Gulf accessible to our drilling
recipe was published as requiringfour Lfe Center, to temporary reservists.
cups of nuts The quarters here at NAS Jax. The temporary reserve
proofreader has been severely The old reserve center had facilities here will serve as the
chastized and his cookie ration served as the site of Navy and drill site for nine Navy and all
taken away. Marine Corps reserve training Marine reserve units.
The correct measure of nuts is activities since August 1933
inshore
Two units including
Navy ,
one-fourth According to Cdr. Lawrence S.,
cup.
undersea warfare and ship
If you've already tired the Del Plato, commanding officer activation maintenance and
,
recipe are now aware of how 9 the reserve center, "The temporary
,you repair, plus the selected reserve
the cookies crumble!!! reserve facilities at NAS crew of the destroyer USS
If there are any followers after Jacksonville will consolidate our Merideth,will continue to drill at
,. units and support activities to a
the cookie disaster we offer our a ,
special Cherry Cobbler TA great extent, plus give us ad- Mayport. \'
very ditional potential support from More than 630 Navy' and
recipe. the Naval Air Station that we did Marine reservists will use the
Cherry Cobbler
not have before. new
Melt one stick of butter in deep facilities.'i',
casserole at 375 degrees. n

Mix 1 cup sugar, 1 cup flour, 1 Vi Welcome mat out, '
teaspoons baking powder, Vfe
salt. Add % milk
teaspoon cup
and melted butter. HS One
for Wing
Blend thoroughly, pour in ,
baking dish. Pour over batter one
No.2 can sour pitted charries and Jax HS Wing One will be officially welcomed aboard NAS -
all juice from cherries. Jax Oct. 10 at 10:30: a.m.in ceremonies at the sea wall. .
Distribute cherries evenly, but do Ready for the welcome' are HS-1,HS-3,HS-7,HS-11,HS-15, HC2 -
not stir. and NAMTD 1068.
Bake at 350 degrees for one ,SLATED FOR "BATMAN" HELM-Cdr. Daniel H. Demand will Welcoming the newcomers to NAS Jax will be RAdm.
hour. become the 33rd skipper of the VP-24 "Batmen" next week when he Lawrence R. Geis, COMTACAIRLANT Capt. William G.

Serve warm with ice cream or relieves Cdr. Edward F. Doherty in change of command ceremoniesat Sizemore, NAS Jax C.O.; Capt. A. P. Les erance, COM-
whipped cream. Keflavik, Iceland. Cdr. Doherty will be leaving for duty with the PATWING 11; Jacksonville Mayor Hans Tanzler; Daniel D.
Apples,peaches or blueberriesmay Commander-in-Chief, U.S.Atlantic Fleet in Norfolk, Va. Cdr. Demandis Patterson, Mayor of Orange Park; and the President of the
be substituted for the now serving as the squadron's Executive Officer. Jacksonville Navy League. :
cherries. The public is invited to take part in the "Welcome Aboard"

Tired of the ? festivities. .
ordinary Capt.William 0.Wirt is Commodore of HS Wing One.

the Jax A UDT-SEAL Motivation Team will be at the NAS Theater .

+ good tomorrow at 10 a.m. to give presentations, show films and test ap- CENTURY 21IMPORTS ,:{.

'ihbo : plicants. .
The AjMrkcii R4 Croat? After each presentation, tryouts will be conducted at the Indoor r
Pool. .

All interested personnel are invited and encouraged to attend. Call" 396-2035 .;

Each attendee should bring swim trunks, towel, sneakers and NET PRICES.'MANY BELOW WHOLESALE, 1.

SOUTHSIDEFORD I clothing suitable for running.. 'TRADE.INSGLADLYACCEPTEDAT; CASH VALUE ;- "

Basic qualifying standards for acceptance into UDT-SEAL Team .,. ';
73 CORVETTE Sting Ray $5990
Training are that an individual:
Convertible,9,100 miles,British Racing: Green,Radial Tires.AM.FM Rally ';
a. Between the ages of 18 and 31. Whls, 350 Eng. Auto Trans, Factory: Air Cond. ",

d b. Possess a GCT of 50 or more.c. 73 PLYMOUTH Duster 340 $2690Flame
service remaining Red 2 DR,H.T., with White Buckets & Console Auto Trans, R&H,
of 24 months obligated upon
Have a minimum Raised white letter Goodyears,
successful completion of training.d. 73 EL CAMINO Estate $3890Desert

4 Have good, performance evaluation marks: not a chronic of- Gold with Beige Vinyl Roof, Wood Grain Applique, Finned '
fender. Aluminum Wheels, AM FM Stereo, Pwr. Windows,.Elcc.: Door Locks, PS
PB, Fat: AC.

JIM TRICE Marine Corps personnel are not eligible. 73 FORD Bronco $3590Metallic
successful completion of the BUD-S Course, the individual Green with .
Upon White Hardtop 302 V 8 Engine, Pwr.Strg, Pwr Brks.,
Offers discounts to Navy starts receiving hazardous duty pay ($55 per month for enlisteds, $110 Auto Trans,.Whl. Dr.,Warn Hubs.,A Hunters Dream at a bargain Swing-
personnel&Credit Union memberson if in accordance with Away Tallaate. -
( most models) per month for officers) and is eligible,, qualified
advancement to Petty Officer 72 DATSUN 240-Z $3980Orange
Now offering SPECIAL PRICES, BUPERSNOTE 1430, for automatic
on all'71's left in stock I Third,Class, as applicable.After miles. with White Interior, AM,FM Auto Trans, Fac.: Air, Cond., 15000 .'.!.::

NEW*.USED TRUCKSCall completing Army Parachute Training, the individual starts 72 BUICK Electra 225 $321Custom

398-4513 or 786-5033 (res) receiving double hazardous duty pay ($110 per month for enlisted,$220 Cpe, Desert Snd with 'Beige Vinyl Roof AM.FM Stereo, Elec.
Windows & 6-waySeat.Fac.AC.: Tilt Whl. & Cruise Control. Luxury, At. an
5303 Beach Boulevard per month for officers). Economy: Price.: '

72 CHEVROLET Caprice $2780 ';

Dk Green with Lt. Green Vinyl top, 2 DR., Loaded with AM FM, PS, PB ?+
Elec.Windows&Seat Pwr Door Locks,Fac: AC. ,',
Growing Bigger and Bigger 72 DATSUN Pickup $2080Maroon

,R&H,1 Spd.Air Cond.,15,000 miles,Absolutely Immaculate.

to Serve You Better and Better! Silver 71 Special DODGE Edition Charger with Black halt-Roof., Pwr. Windows$2270, P.S. PB.. ;

;< Factory Air Cond., Wire Whl. Covers, 383 Eng. '
;, / 71 CORVETTES $4370 "
,; Three to Choose From., Two with hardtops, All have Auto Trans., Pwr 1
.: .' .. Eqpt., Factory: Air Cond., Take Your Choice.: .
.
71 MUSTANG Mach I $2170

? ,. Black: Black: ,R&H,ATConsole( ),PS,PB,351 Eng. Fac.Air '
: Mustanqr' 71 RALLYE Nova $1370 ,"

: fu Brindle 2 DR. with Black: Vinyl Top, Auto Trans, 396 Eng., Rallye' II ,',
: Wheels.

,'J;, ; 70. ROVER 3500 S $2460.,
t f $ Blue 4 DR.,14,000 miles Auto Trans. Pwr Windows Air Cond. d
N. : MOBILE HOMES INC.t 70 IMPALA Convertible $1360 '1,.

Maroon with White Top,32,000 miles, R&H,AT, PS,PB Eng., Factory Air "'
i"-r. Condition. ,
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!, 70 PLYMOUTH Duster
'Y <1-'" CONVENIENCE' 6 cyl Auto Trans,2 Dr.,42.000 miles Excellent: Economical '+
L. LOCATIONS FOR YOUR ,. A "
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,, ,: SPRINGS .cc': 70 CHEVROLET Camaro SS

"',':::'.''': '" JACKSONVILLE U.S.' Highway GREEN 17 COVE North 214-56,16, ,, British Racing G'tHn/R&H 350 Eng.,,PS_ PB.Auto Trans 2MW miles. ..!> .} ..,. M,
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Six Pack closes r .w aa.r- .................'..'..............'..'..,....................,....,,....,.....,............,......."."...,.......".....,................,.....,...........,.....,.....,..,'IL'S':'. .'
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Pack Each match will be best two out
Jax-The Six team of the
The Rat Pack FLEET AIR JAX FOOTBALL
NAS Jax Atlantic Bowling but they fell out not only lost four fourth place spot in the standings. COMING UP of three with games ending at 50. 'J;
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League was led to sweep of the into third when second and The Super Stars made sure that Competition starts at 6 p.m. "
Bean Burners team last week bya with the Rebels came this season didn't turn out to be a Jax-The Fleet Air Jax Touch each day and prizes will be ,;
204 game from Ron Fetterhoff up Mad Fox three wins against the total loss when they won their Football Tournament is awarded to the first place i
The four wins not only allowed Into No. 1 team and moved first game in 24 tries.The dubious scheduled to begin on October 15 finisher and the runner-up. J:
them to move into sole possessionof the second. Richard Beam led distinction of losing to the Super for the purpose of determining an If you're not interested in !,,
to
second place in the league but_ rolled way second place when he Stars fell to Rose's Raiders. area representative for the competing but you enjoy pool you ':
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also allowed them to gain a gameon the Rebels. CONTINENTAL LEAGUE CINCLANTFLT Tournamentthat might want to serve as a judge 11
league leading NarJax when FICEUR 5 moved to within one Another top two confrontationtook will be held at NAS Oceana for the tournament.All interested .:}.
NarJax lost one game to FASO. game of third place when they place in the Continental on November 5. If your team personnel should contact the ;
For the previous two weeks in Marine managed three wins over the League last week when the plans on entering but has not game Center at Ext. 3995. t.
the Atlantic League,second place Barracks. Ray Curti's GEMS and the Leprechauns met. done so already, call the Athletic GATOR BOWL TICKETS' .: }
three consistency helped the Marine's When the pins had stopped Director at Ext. 3239 im AVAILABLE 'd
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way to their only win when he rolled falling the GEMS were still in mediately. Jax-Tickets for the Gator Bowl :;V:
to an abrupt end last week
when came the three teams that three 163 games. first and the Leprechauns in LAST CALL FOR VOLLEYBALL game, to be played on December ,4
were Other National League action second, the only difference being Jax-All units and commandsthat 29, go on sale at the Special
tied all ended up winning a different saw the Lifers take three Services Ticket Office today
from that the ,
number of ; Leprechauns were now plan on participating In the ;
games the Dragon No. 1 team and the three games behind instead of intramural volleyball programare October 11, at 9 a.m. ,r
The Mo Fos fell to a half game Chiefs dealt the Hangovers four one when they lost three to the reminded that,this is the last Seats on the 45-yard line are ''i
behind Six Pack when they came losses. GEMS. week to indicate entry and also available and all seats sold, at :'j

up with 3fe wins over Residue. AMERICAN LEAGUE The Gaffers, in the meantime, the last week to get your team Special Services will be sideline ,
Residue caused them to fall to The Woodpeckers and the used three wins over theWomen's roster in to the Athletic Office. seats. There will be a limit of six ,.f.
third when they tied them at MIMI Hurricanes went into last week'sAmerican Lib team to move into a Competition is scheduled to start tickets per person. Cost of the a ;
in the first game of their Bowling League action tie for second with the next week. tickets will be $9.50 each. .J(
match. tied for seventh place, but after Leprechauns. BASKETBALL OFFICIALS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL TEAM .
The Dirty % Dozen fell from they had rolled two matches 4 Also finding themselves winners NEEDED FORMING
their :former share of second against each other the Woodpeckers for the week in the Con- Jax-All personnel interested in Jax-Tryouts for the Jax Navy ;
place all the way down to fourth had moved into sixth and tinental League were the Pop officiating during the upcoming Varsity Volleyball' team will ;
when all they could manage were the Hurricanes fell to eighth. Tops with three over the Rookies intramural basketball season are begin today, October 11,at 7 p.m. ,,
two wins against the Loafers. Marvin McClain's 570 set led and the Hustlers with three over asked to attend an organizational, in Rosendahl gym. All eligible 'i
Kyle Jones'contributed, a 200 the Woodpeckers to,two wins in the Thunderbolts meeting on Monday, October '15 personnel are invited to attend 'I
game to the Dirty%Dozen cause. the first match and they took The CHAMECHS and Pin at 4 p.m.The meeting will be heldin the tryouts. .
AFFES and the Busch Buds three more in the second match.In Busters both claimed themselves the Athletic Office in Bldg.563: HOCKEY TICKETS
both had a chance to move up into the top half of the American winners when they split up four If you have officiated before or AVAILABLE
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met each other, but neither team Chargers fell from first to thirdas each other. services are needed.TOURNAMENT Scotia Voyageurs vs "_ the
managed to dominate the other, a result of drawing a bye for PACIFIC LEAGUE COMING UP Jacksonville Barons hockey
The result was two wins apiece last week. The top two Pacific League Jax-A pool Tournament will beheld game are available at the Special f
and they both stayed in the Both the Good and Bad team teams met each other for the at the Special Services Services Ticket Office.The game '
positions they had filled,the week and the Leftovers took advantageof second straight week and for the Game Center (Bldg.) 148)) October will be played on Friday, October
before.NATIONAL the Late Chargers idleness and second, straight week the Split- 24-26. It ,will be straight 12 at 7:30 p.m. in ,the ,CoUse m.
LEAGUEThe moved up with Good and Bad makers downed the Holy Rollers. pool, call-your-shot competition., Tickets are $2, $3,. $4 and $4.50.

two top teams met each taking the top spot and the Leftovers The Splitmakers took three '
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: ; ;, 33rd Invitational Golf Tourney All personnel *'*',

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!.I'I won by Gene Laws with 73 Phil Falcone being invited '


; j Jax -> The 33rd annual to golf tourney .
fl Jax-The ladies played an
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Invitational
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1 OSEN nine October 2 with winners Jax-All NAS Jacksonville
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Golf Tour- and as follows:
runners-up personnel, military and civilian
,
;; ) nament was won by Gene First Flight Winner Claire are being invited to participate in
Laws last weekend when Grosskopf 33&RunnerupLassie\ the Westmeadows Golf Club's Old
he carded a 73 on Satur Y Mahoney 35 Grandad Golf Tournament that
Chip In Ruth Bolin will be held October
t on Sunday,
day.All Second Flight Winner Jean
t t of Sundays efforts Davis 33Runnerup 21.The
tournament is open to both
; ; were washed out and the Jane Watson 36 men and women with the women
: p scores on Saturday Third Flight Winner Mittie using the calloway system in all

prevailed to determine the Sills 38Runnerup instances and the men using it
G 1 winners. Winners were as Pat White 39 only if they don't designate priorto
In Dot White
I '; follows Chip play that they already have an
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'4 Nine-holers played blind six -
1 a established handicap.
Winners Maureen McCartin
Trophies will be awarded to the
Championship Flight
Thelma Mullins 24.
four low the four
places,
Gene. Laws ((1st), Wally INVITATIONAL WINNERS NAS Golf Pro Joe McDonald (Far Don't forget the Naval low net gross places and to low
Left) and the NAS Invitational Golf Tournament Chairman, Phil Aviation Museum Tournament on
Mizelle ((2nd) Mike three
calloway with for
places
Blaylock (Far Right) were on hand after the 33rd annual tournamentto November 3-4; an event for the
: Manvele ((3rd) and Earl men and three places for women;
presentthe winners with their awards. The
I : flight winners were: (L- big Naval Aviation Salutes
,. Pearson ((4th). R) Gerald Adams, Joe Wiggins, Jim Price, O. E. Meyer, John Andrews Jacksonville weekend! Prizes will also be awarded for
F First Joe Vanvacter, and Gene Laws. longest putts, )longest drives and
Flight Bob Smith
nearest pins as well as the Old
: i ((1st), Frank Scruby ((2nd), Kadel l ((2nd), Ed Walker and Bob Page ((4th). Grandad Trophy that will be

; '' George Herider ((3rd) and ((3rd), Jim Potter ((4th). Fourth 0. E. given away in a drawing at the,
.John Flight dinner that will be held after'the
Third
t George McCarthy ((4th). Flight -
I Meyer ((1st) Gene Potter ,'
tournament. :
Second Andrews ) John Fox
((1st
Joe
(, Flight ; ((2nd), Mel Staab ((3rd) and 0J Tee-off time will be between 7a.m.
t Vanvactor ((1st. ), Frank ((2nd), Gene Jenkins ((3rd) Lamar Bennett (4th). .and 12 noon. You can choose

your own foursome,or you can
:: t Fifth Flight- Jim Pierce pair up on the first tee.
: ___ ((1st), Joe Luker ((2nd), Entry fee for the tournamentwill
: Tom Bruner ((3rd) and be $15.00, which will include

1 The Moccasin Shop Charlie Kilburn, (4th). : green fees', electric cart, T-bone
r,',. : ; Sixth Flight Joe steak and trimmings and prizes.
i iI Fees may be paid prior to the
I I h Wiggins ((1st) Guy Ponder
tournament to Mr. Sonny Stubbs.
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-- ALL LEATHER GOODS ((2nd),. AI Hospers ((3rd) at the NAS Jax 'Petty Officers

Custom made and Jack Drechler ((4th). Club.

Seventh Flight Gerald For further information call
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:':''''' : :':''' : : '''' '''> .. .. ..... .. ... career at the Naval Academy, Glenny has worked hard on his
champ made his bid for : : ''''''>''<'':''''>>">>>:::;:,:"::::"":,::-":::
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U-PIC-EM .' C: 7' quarterback Al Glenny has been passing. "I believe Coach Welsh
this year's :
"" U-PIC-EM stereotyped as a poised,intelligent has confidence in me as a passer.too .
championship when he / football player and as a better ,"he says. "Our game plan for .

turned in the only perfect t4f runner than a passer., Michigan was to throw more than
ballot of the week. BALLOTNAME There's certainly been little we did in the past and that

B. W. Castelli of Data question about his poise, showed he felt I was ready.I get a
{ especially during the Mids' little tired of hearing I can't
Processing was last years recent game with'Michigan. But throw the ball and we can't havea

overall winner when he his reputation of being more of a passing attack with me in

won two consecutive RANK OR running threat than a passing there."
in He TITLE AGE_ PHONE threat no longer holds true. With classmate and close
contests a row. won
"I have much more confidencenow friend Fred'5tuvek still on the 4;
last Week's contest by DUTY STATION in my throwing, "says the injured list, the signal-calling ..-

picking Texas Tech over (Games for the weekend of October 13)) senior from Fitchburg, Mass. responsibilities have fallen
Oklahoma State, which he "I'm throwing the ball like I did almost completely to Glenny., ,':

said was just a "wildguess" UCLA STANFORD near the end of last season." ';
Glenny finished strong in 1972, '

AUBURN __ LSU including a performance of 17 INTRAMURALGOLF
His wild guess enabled completions in 26 attempts for 277 .
him to beat 30 other' MICHIGANMICHIGAN STATE_ yards and two touchdowns
W'
balloters who only missedone FLORIDA against Notre Dame. STANDINGS
ALABAMA
Glenny had an excellent second .
and in
game every "
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i instance'. but, two, the one:' TEXASi, OKLAHOMA half ended against the Michigan contest recentlyand with 17 AMERICAN. LEAGUE" .,>. '

miss was the Texas Tech. MISSISSIPPI GEORGIA. completions in 30 attempts for 173 VP-49 :,:>"'h' 4 W'L. 1

game yards. The 17 completions FICEUR .; 31,2" 21,2.

::::::::::::::::::;::::::::C:::::::-::*:::::;:::;:::::::;:;:: :;:;:;:::::: NEBRASKA MISSOURI equalled his career high which he NARJAX 3 2.
established against Notre Damea .
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Middiesvs. DUKE TULANE .
__ year ago. VP-56 21,2 21,2AIR
"I though he did well against a OPS 2. 2 .
PITTSBURGH: ",... CINCINNATI____ team that prides itself on AFEES :f' 1 3
defense said Coach .
Navy VW-4 1 5
WASHINGTON NEW YORK .
George Welsh, a former' quar-
Ga. Tech terback for the Midshipmen. "He NATIONAL, "LEAGUE
'J'71': ;-: W L
was off on a couple of throws ,, :,
VP-5 6' 0
TIE-BREAKER: Predict final score on game between early in the game and you can't
November 17 Nebraska and Missouri. Indicate winners in other games.by a do that against a team like the VP-16 .,3 2
NDRC .2 1
check mark. Wolverines." As a result, two of .
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in theGator BALLOT BOXES for NAS and Cecil Field are located at the his tosses were picked off.But in SUPPLY '11;1i J:" 2 1
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Bowl brought to the respective newspaper offices. Ballots must be in pleted 11 of his 17 passes. "I liked MARINE BKS 11,2 45679th 2

by 1 p.m.every Friday or they won't be picked up and no ballots the way he came back," said MARTD :'. 1 ,4
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I Normandy Mall will open its cutting the doors of the Mall will COMCRUSESGRU 12, Mayor
I'' door this Friday, October 12th, open to business with many of the Tanzler, the City Council, Cap- t fib
amid ceremonies to help the local merchants giving a 10 percent tain Sizemore, Captain.Andersonand
Jacksonville Navy Community discount to any naval personnelwho Captain Gillpen. .
celebrate their 198th "birthday makes a purchase while in A simple ceremony which will
The festivities begin at 0900 uniform. The Mall management, include the cutting of the traditional .. "'. .
with benediction and a ribbon appreciative of the business cake, music by the It .
I'' cutting opening the Mall to Navy provided by the many naval CRUDESGRU 12 Band and the .y, .,
Appreciation Weekend which will patrons residing on this side of singing fo the Naval Hymn by the
last until 1800 Sunday evening.The Jacksonville, are sponsoring this ED White High School Glee Clubis V .
theme of this year's birthday weekend and are anxious to planned for 1000 Saturday. .
celebration is "Navy Birthday A demonstrate to the community at Aside from the opening ,.
Family Tradition" and will large just how many military ceremonies commencing Friday ,(', "" ,
exemplify this theme as members personnel are a part of and and Saturday mornings, the .'
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join in the celebration by Jacksonville. include various exhibits of Naval i! "
providing a color guard, band. Dignataries invited to par- hardware on display during the.
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precarious first place spot in the points Kirksey to contributed four Jax-The VP-49 ,.Woodpeckers '
National League last week with a kicking a rued MATSG's total by made it ten straight last, week
f 26-8 win over VP-56. point attempt goal and a one with a 38-14.win over Hospital..

: The Pelicans only trailed 16-8 Jack Summers scored VP-56's The Woodpeckers record a
at the half but the MATSG touchdown and James Godwin iI remained unblemished after four
defense shut them off In the added the two-POinter. men took turns scoring touch-
second half as the offense went on downs.John Balk scored two and
t to score 10 more points. FICEURmoves Gary Miller, Ron Price and Ed
I rI Wells scored one each. Miller
,, Johnny Jackson, Bob Cain and dr also scored' two point-after at-
; Richard Brotski scored the tempts and Ed Mobley scored
w f touchdowns for MATSG 'while up one.
t Cain and Jackie Hunt scored two
pointers. a positionJaxFICEUR Bryant Fuller and Barre
Taylor were responsible for

Eagles stillholdinf moved from CAUGHT IN THE MIDDLE A Hospital player Is surrounded by Larry Hospital's Sumners two scored touchdowns the two-
fourth to third last week'' in the Woodpeckers as he trys to gain some ground,but he didn't get far,nor ointer.
NAS Jax American Football did his team, as VP-49 came up with. a 38-14 victory and their 10th
League standings when straight win without a loss.
third they Narjax No. 1
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Jax-The Eagles of VP-16, Their first win came 20-6 over remains second, -.. r
strengthened their hold on third I, the Hurricane Hunters of VW-4 Data Processing wins ,firstJaxThe
place in the National League last who occupy the second place spot
week when John Ashmore scored in the league. Jax-NarJax No.stayed a half

three touchdowns and MARTD Ron Lesley scored two touch Data Processing and a two-pointer. The other half game behind the National League
fell 18-6. Department (DPD) won its first leading MATSG team last week ,
downs and came by way of a touchdown by '
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scored for MARTD and Ashmore attempt. James Thomas scored Nar-
scored the first of his three.It Windell Stevens scored VW-4's DPD's points with a touchdown Jax's touchdown and David 7-2 with touchdowns from Glen
Abbott,Ralph Braswell and Rick
only touchdown hi the first half. Brown added the two-pointer.
was all Ashmore in the The Mad Foxes of VP-S were Lewis.
second half as he broke loose for the next team to fall victim to VW-4 drops "
two more scores while the VP-16 FICEUR and as a result,
defense was holding MARTD FICEUR replaced them in third Narjax twice
scoreless.Intramural. place.VP-5 fell to fourth with the
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I :t In 1778, when the Continental Congress moved for the first time to :
i :': >:.,.:.v.<. appropriate funds for the outfitting of ships, the foundation was f:3
I :, 't." established for what was to become the United States Navy. From :
that beginning laS years ago, our Navy has palled ever vigilant as a ::-:
'... protector of our shores and defender of freedom of the seas. :
1; ,: 0 ; Pp Throughout our history the deeds of Navy men and women have :::

; inspired succeeding generations and created proud traditions. An ra
essential element of those traditions has,been the role of the entire ::
Navy community-the Navy famlly-ln support of the Navy's mission $}
; Indeed the combined achievements of the Navy family-active duty :1
personnel, dependents, Navy civilians reservists and retirees-have
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f : shaped the enduring character of the Naval Service. That character si
," .' : : <<,. ;. ,.' ) has consistently reflected strength and commitment in the traditional
"'," .. >oJ".J. '; .r "9t' ,.,. ',,, .... <.h--"'.f! :.:';. manner of a close-knit family. ::
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THE SECRETARY OF THE NAVY The basic responsibility to meet the Navy's worldwide commltments ::)
,} ; 'J ? is. of course fulfilled by Navy men and women on active {
.:' WASHINGTON duty Navy dependents, in their daily sacrifices, embody the sense of :::r
purpose and dedication that sustains our active duty personnel. Naval :::
reservists also share fully in the Navy mission, strong in, their r:
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readiness and always prepared to assume greater responsibilities ::;
should the need arise. Retirees, too, have a special role In the Navy t::
'J' family for having served with honor they now offer sound support and
As the strength of our Nation rests with the unity of counsel based on their varied experience. And. of course, the. contributions ::"'
s, its families, so the Navy family has been the true and close association of Navy civilians also play a vital role
strength of the Navy since the founding fathers in helping the Navy achieve its goals. s
Like any family, the Navy family derives its strength from all Its ::
s authorized the acquisition and construction of our first
members in
for
working harmony a common purpose The 197S Navy
:: ships in 1775.,The accomplishments of our active duty Birthday is a celebration of the unity,.and an opportunity for every ..
:: Navy men and women, reservists civilians retirees member of the Navy family to reflect on the contributions of the other ::
:: and dependents have forged a proud tradition of service members,and the mission we all share of helping to make the Navy of .:r::}: 4''
the future dynamic the of the
as as rr
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:::: sense of purpose and dedication. This year we \ ", J

;::: pause to recognize and honor the deeds of all. is;.' ,4i .. ,", s 'S !"

::: During the past 198 years,'the Navy family has never ,' /, ,'" t ., 11 ,- CUMfAb JA, .''. ;.:. .

: ,hesitated when the call ,to duty has sounded.. Their ",, :'J'I..r': : '1 '. ..,..'. ,. "r. <1(" ,. .., Ada r (1, U.S. Navy'<' 4' K
} unselfish sacrifices have combined to make the Navy a ;j J ; } '. :: I; "i\ /.
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of the Navy as an essential link in our i ',.'.,. .., 1 ,:<. .. .
: Nation's future. As we build, we keep an eye on that
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:': which has gone before, incorporating the best, ever ; i "

i mindful of our heritage. As new members come into CHAIRMAN OF: THE JOINT 6mFS OF STAFF II IIFor

our Navy family, the are imbued with the same pride

and principles of service that characterized our first
seamen. the first time in nearly a decade Navy Day, 1973, will be observed -
In a United States Navy which is not involved in combat
J\ into.the future and a new era of
We are now sailing
future for
operations. The prospects for a peaceful are promising our
peace. But we must rededicate ourselves to the principles Navy and our N tlon.

I of peace through strength; The Navy family is But. as I view the immediate past particularly as a senior flag
a officer who bore significant command responsibilities throughout the
I our greatest asset for keeping the oceans free. For all
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.' conflict in Southeast Asia, I am especially proud of the manner: in
of these reasons, Navy Birthday is truly "A Family which our great Navy responded to the commitments it was assigned

.Y Tradition.." .. in a long,difficult and domestically turbulent war.I,perhaps more so
than any other serviceman, was fully acquainted with the restraints
;' : that gauged our operations and the political realities which motivated
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;: <. : these restraints from a national as well as International standpoint.
j '. : Yet I never yielded in my confidence and Indeed, In my pride of the
r : .. ........ typical "can-do" spirit which made our naval and military successes
.( Jon .. Warner 'pi .. possible Despite the problems that affected our Navy from time to to:.
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'. world peace for the American people and indeed all mankind, we
: 0 .. '. must,as before,stand ready to defend our great Nation. ,
: ; .I 1 For,peace without'strength is llluslonary. It Is for this reason that k
{{ leW9 iJI the men of the United States Navy must continue to maintain the very
highest standards in discipline professionalism and determination to {

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These next years and those that follow Into a new century can be as l:: '
exciting as they are challenging and satisfying. Technology and its
:: advances will invite each of you to share in the most sophisticated of '.
environments.The :
emoluments of a career In our Armed Forces have never been
: <. better and with the support of our fellow Americans will remain in ,
I: pace with our society. I'
And, U we continue the performance which is so Important to the :
achievement of our mission I know the American people will devote S

F 1 d the appreciation and recognition that are so essential! to a man in the .
: service of his Country .'
..... .l For the past forty-four years, I have worn a Naval Uniform. Our ,
''r, Navy has been my life. It has captured my energies and my devotion. ,
h ; .. It has commanded my greatest admiration. Despite some sacrifice. I > : .
would at this time in my life happily trade my rank and my position on f;:
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... f. To each of you who serve in dedication to the United States Navy. I
.tiS... ; commend you. To each of you who pledge your efforts and your in .
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past 198 years of naval reenlistment bounties for those them to go aboard for a ''look and equipment advanced; boat treated royally until all his j .J
history from have seen our fleet grow honorably discharged and for see." Once aboard, the crimp passage to the' ship and for money ran out. Soon be would be .* I i ,Min
a small band privateers leaves of absence.A produced a certificate stating the standing as the man's security; debt to the landlord and the .
to atomic ships that guard the temperance crusade was man had entered the service I at and a landlord's bill. Life, for only way out seemed to be to '1
freedom of all the seas of the budding at this time and, in the the rendezous, and gave it to a experienced sailors wasn't much reenlist and receive three !\ 1
world. It has been a long voyageto eyes of the reformers, evil rum naval officer. They then better than it was for recruits. A months' advance wages. :,
the present, undertaken by was at the root of the sailor's produced a bill (which amountedto newly discharged sailor was With the outbreak of the Civil j
men and women of dedication, problems. Although the daily nearly all the man's advance encouraged to put up at a certain War, reform movements took-a ,
courage and foresight.Today's grog ration itself did not cause wages) for the cost of clothing boarding house where he was backseat to the war effort. The I
Navy has become drunkenness, they felt it did whet Navy was, being outfitted to ,.
increasingly conscious of the the sailor's appetite for more blockade Southern ports and cut
contributions of its membersover liquor. The effects of over- deep inroads into the Con-
the years, and is currently indulgence were battered home federacy by steaming up'
placing more emphasis on the and sailors were urged to Southern rivers.
individual than at any other pointin renounce liquor voluntarily. During the Civil 'War, many .
its history. Equal opportunity Many sailors started giving up Blacks had their first opportunityto
programs, care for dependents, their grog ration in lieu of six serve their country as free I
specialized training and the cents a day which they donated to men. Fifteen hundred Blacks had "
realization that men and mission the American Seamen's Friend served in the Navy during the .
must be integrated to achieve Society Finally, on July 14, 1862, Revolutionary War, but most of ; ,
total success attest to this new President Abraham Lincoln these men were still slaves. The : .,
thinking. And this success hasfurther signed into law the abolition of first Black man to win the Medal
been enhanced by the the "two dips a day" for seamen. of Honor, Robert Blake, did so in :
interworkings of the Navy Recruiting of able-bodied NAVAL AIR I 1863 while he was assigned to the i i
Family: active duty, reservists, seamen was often a greater TRAINING UNIT Union gunboat Marblehead. .1! .
retirees, dependents and civilian problem in earlier days than it is Nearly one-fourth of the entire '
employees.In currently thought to be. Even Union Naval force was comprised ;
1775, the ideal of freedomwas with a bounty offered to men who of Black sailors; countless
beginning to spread throughthe would serve, a large portion of other Blacks ,served on con .
13 colonies; ,the Continental the personnel manning naval as federate ships.
Congress ordered the first out well as merchant vessels was In the decades following the f"
fitting of ships on October 13th. composed of foreigners. At each Civil War the life of a sailor.
Though ill-equipped and under- recruiting rendezvous (now I--t became somewhat more i'
manned,the early Navy looked to known as a station), were the bearable. The United States was I
its own spirit and tenacity to forerunners of'today's recruiters. beginning to build its "iron fleet"
overcome overwhelming odds to crimps. and living conditions were much
defeat British Naval Forces. Crimps Did Recruiting better on these larger ships than
After the War,public sentimentran Crimps were despicable they had been on the wooden-
against the Navy and our characters, despised by naval hulled ones. After the Spanish-
fleet was disbanded. Voices in officers, but tolerated to meet American War, President
Air
RESERVES CONTINUE TO SERVE The Naval Reserve
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favor of a strong Navy were not manpower shortages. Using TheodoreRoosevelt beefed up the
Training Unit of Jacksonville had their first flag raised over them in '
heard again until there was verbal persuasion as their Navy in the Caribbean. Each
1946 at Cecil Field. The Naval Reserve was formally established by
trouble with the Barbary piratesand In he asked Congress for in- ,
weapon,crimps preyed on men year .ICont.
Congress in 1915 and its role has become one of increasing Importance
the British began impressingour debt recruits to sign
persuading in the Navy Family ( .On Page 6) jl
sailors. shipping articles, then inducing
Reforms Sweep NationIn .. .. .. ... .. . .. ... ... ..... ... . . ,
the, decades following this ;: '
war, many reforms were it--ix .
sweeping our nation, including a .

movement to enhance the lot of,, .. ... . .. .. .. . .. .
American sailors and mer. ..., .. ... '- . . . ......... . . . t .

chantmen. Reformers suggestedthat
the life of a sailor was like Ii IYs1
that of a slave, but this was only
partly true, for a slave's life was
sometimes better than a sailor's. SALUTE TO YOUNAVYDAY
Flogging was a regular part of ''I
a seaman's life. Based on the .

British Rules of Discipline, the .

Continental Congress promulgatedthe .
Rules for the Regulations of "
the Navy of the United Colonies in
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1775. These rules were explicit in \ i :
the number of lashes a man could ',: ;1.!; ,
receive: "..no commander shall ,,' ...
inflict any punishment upon a ) ':.' 0'
seaman beyond lashes upon his : r ', .'
bare back with a cat-of-nine tails; .::
if the fault shall deserve a .\
greater punishment, he is to ,; ,." '11.;. .. : ..
apply to the CommanderinChiefof : '; :
the Navy, in order to the tryingof
him by a court-martial." tflC:

The captain of a ship had as ._ -. ( .
much power over his men as a !
king did over those he ruled. The
junior officers acted as noblemen
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while the seaman were at the "
bottom of the ladder and were The 13th day of October is a Special Pay for the more than 700,000 men and
treated as serfs, not freemen. women serving in the United States Navy in military Installations throughout the
Part of the aim of the naval world. Our appreciation is given this day to all our Navy personnel.

reform movement was to make a !
naval career more attractive to
younger men and boys. By doing
away with some of the Navy's
hardships, reformers hoped to
get idle boys off the streets of the
cities and teach them a trade.. ,

As an inducement to attract a
better class of'seamen, a small
movement was, started which
called for an increase in sailors'
pay. This movement died out,,,but -
captains were ordered to'stop ,
WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN INC.
having their men flogged.
Finally, on March 2, 1855, the ,
instituted a new' code entitled
Navy AVE.SOUTH-PHONE 8 to I Dally.Sat.lto5.Open Sun. 1PM to 4PM
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(Cont. From PageS) harass British shipping. The its "second line of defense," passed in 1799,stated officers and MAC aircraft while their
onehalfof dependents fly when
may
United were to receive accompanied
the continental seamen
ships were not organized into a guarding
if their
creasing naval power.In 1905, ten striking force but rather attackedat -States. Many officers in the their salaries for life naval by sponsor.
M new battleships were added and their captain's discretion, then Regular Navy held the belief that. disabled. Many personnel start a
: by 1910, the size of the fleet had retreated to fight again. personnel in, the Naval Militia Along with providing for the second career after retiring. To
; doubled. These privateers, as they were not "seafaring types" and disabled, the acts of 1798 and aid in beginning a new career, the

became known, attacked British were therefore against absorbingthe 1799, together with an amend- Navy assists with two programs:
Nurse Corps,Established shipping along the Atlantic Coast, Militia into the regular for ment in 1811, directed the Project Referral, a computerized

During the years 1907 1909 in the West Indies and in the ces. The need for men for Secretary of the Navy to levy a system used for sending resumesof

President Roosevelt sent his waters around the British Isles, seagoing auxiliaries and com- tax on all naval personnel for the retired members to

Great White Fleet on a cruise using the ports of France ashavens batant ships only increased, and establishment of naval hospitals prospective employers, and
around the world as a display of Other states and the Continental Congress authorized the \W cents a month). Hospital fund Project Transition, which trains

American Naval strength. Congress followed Massachusettsin President on May 4, 1898, to money was used to acquire or members for a, civilian job.

I' Concurrently, in 1908, the Naval issuing letters of marque to sea appoint persons from civilian life construct, in whole or part, U. S. Additionally, many retirees
Nurse Corps was established as apart captains who were eager for the as commissioned line, staff and Naval Hospitals at Brooklyn, continue to serve the active and

I of the regular Navy. chance to make a quick profit. warrant officers for the con- Chelsea, Pensacola, Portsmouth, reserve Navy by their participation
i Enlisted women were not to be Besides being profitable for the tinuance of the emergency. Newport, Philadelphia and the in such organizationsas

come a part of the regular Navy part-time fighters, privateering Waves Join Navy District of Columbia, and the U. the Navy League and' the
until after World War II, but they helped to make the war unpopular Naval Reservists were called S. Naval Home in Philadelphia.The Naval Reserve Association.
did serve during World War II as in England. Insurance rates for into active duty during World fund was completely When the Navy began, the only

reservists. During World War II, shipping soared, leading to great War I and again during ,World exhausted in 1842 and Navy dealings the Navy Departmenthad
Secretary of the Navy Josephus discontent in the Kingdom. Some War II. In World War II, the need pensions were thereafter paid by with dependents was on the
Daniels inaugurated the naval famous naval officers who arose to free sailors from con- appropriations until the fund was occasion of the death of an active

reserve program for the category started as privateers included tinental shore billets to serve on reestablished in 1862, using duty member when dependents
"Yeoman F." These Joshua Barney, John Barry, ships. Women had been servingas profits from the sale of prizes claimed death benefits.

yeomanettes, as they were Stephen Decatur, David Porter, nurses in the Regular Navy taken during the Civil War. Starting with the
called, freed men ashore for dutyon Edward Preble, John Rodgersand since 1908 and'now there was talk For years, personnel in the Revolutionary War, the Con

ships. Thomas Truxton. of starting a Women's Reserve. Army and Navy were treated tinental Congress passed a
The seeds of segregation in The signing of the truce left no Pressing needs silenced the differently by Congress: measure which gave death

naval policy appeared shortly one to be harassed, so the captains voices of discontent and women nondisability retirement pay for benefits to widows and childrenof
after the Spanish-American War. and their vessels returnedto were brought into the Navy as enlisted men in the Army beganin those who had died in the
By the time World War I erupted, a routine life of shipping to reservists early in the war. 1885,but not for enlisted men in service. Money for the benefitswas

i l0,000Black sailors were relegated make a living. State naval Called WAVES, their name was the Navy until 1899. Army to come from a portion of the
: to duty as messmen. Following militias did not reappear again an acronym for the enlistees were able to retire after proceeds of prizes taken by the

.! World War I and disarmament, until the Civil War when ships Congressional bill which 30 years active duty service at 75 Navy. After the War, in 1798,

the Bureau of the Navy ceased, all and their crews were taken into authorized them, "Women Ac- percent of their pay, plus another measure was passed
enlistments of Blacks. Filipinoswere service In the Navy. In 1861, the cepted for Voluntary Emergency allowances for quarters, fuel and giving widows and children death
now being recruited for Navy Department was Service." lights. Navy enlistees didn't benefits from prizes the Navy
duty as messmen. Under the new took on the high seas.

directive, Filipinos could only be .,..41.* Congress passed another law

cooks, mess attendants, laun- :' .....--- ldrv % on March 2, 1799, which had far-
drymen, dieticians, bakers, dish- :; "I'' .:iIi'1 reaching implications in the
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washers and other '. '
kitchen '' ,
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The law
mechanics or laborers. ,. : ;: dependent community.
primarily gave pension benefitsof
Blacks Recruited
actively one-half for life to officers
pay
i Active recruiting for Blacks
and seamen disabled while in the
began again in 1932 but only for
,
i
line of duty, but went one step
This ,
mess duty. policy was
this with the
; beyond provisionthat
continued until general 'serviceratings
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widows were to receive
opened to Blacks on June
payment for life if they were
:
11942. One Black messman was
married at the time the officer or
awarded the Navy Cross for his
i actions during the Japanese seaman received injury that
resulted in death.
attack at Pearl Harbor Doris"Done"
Miller. Aboard USS Prior to 1812, widows and or-
West Miller phans would only receive benefits
Virginia, helped "a ,
his if their sponsor died as a result of
move mortally wounded
., That
commanding' officer to of wounds received in battle.
a place z;
greater safety.He then manned a pus y.YJ year Congress broadened the
w, category of survivor's benefits to
machine gun and fired at several

of the attacking enemy aircraft Lax. ... include those officers or seamen
I until ordered below decks. who died as a result of contracting -
Segregation continued SHIPBUILDERS PART OF FAMilY-The USS Langley,the first aircraft carrier, and its modern a disease while servingin

1 throughout the war, with Blacks day nuclear counterparts have helped shape our country's destiny. But, they would not have been the Navy. This broadening of
I being trained separate from possible without the skills of naval,constructors, most of which come from the civilian community survivor's benefits lasted for only

Whites at Camp Smalls, Great and who Iso area part of the,Navy Family. 12 years before it was appealed

I I Lakes, Illinois. because of deficient funds.

Today, equal, opportunity is authorized to hire ships and'crews Today, Naval Reservists serve receive these benefits until 14 For a long time Navy salaries

guaranteed by the Navy for for the "temporary increase: of in every rating the Navy has; years later. It wasn't until 1907 lagged behind civilian pay for

everyone. No longer are Blacks the Navy." from piloting a jet aircraft to; y Congress'passed a1 uniform comparable, work. To partiallyease
from Whites and The movement for a Naval this' financial burden, exchanges -
separated navigating the murky depths of retirement law for'all branches of
everyone has an equal chance for Reserve,seemed to die out ,until the 'ocean in an atomic sub- the Service. and commissaries were
advancement according to his or 1887, when Senator WashingtonC. marine. The Navy's retirement opened, and with the openingscame

her ability. Although prohibitedby Whitthorne, of Tennessee, Retirement Replaces PensionA program today is, of the issuance of identification -
course
law from serving on com- introduced legislation to create a man would normally receive much more extensive: For in, cards to dependents,for

batant vessels, women will soon ,naval reserve of; auxiliary everything he required from the stance, Reservists retire at their use.
be in cruisers, officers and men from may With all that the Navy does for
serving nearly'every Navy service: food, clothing and age 60 after 20 years of federal
rating. To help meet\ he needs of the merchant marine. By 1887, shelter. When he became too old service. Also, retired increases dependents, the dependent
\ its men and women, the Navy has the United States had almost to be of any use, the Navy patted automatically pay as the- returns those services twofold.
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established four Human completed its continental ex- There are numerous wives
E him on back and sent him Consumer Price Index (cost of
Resource Management Centers pansion and was looking to ,organizations that offer
scurrying ashore if he was an living) climbs:
until
years
the become a leader in the world'sindustri81 ago, assistance to newcomers as wellas
'I across country. These centers enlisted man; if he was an of- 1908, there was a strict provision
are tasked with training the market. ficer, he had to stay aboard in prohibiting recomputation for the veteran family of the

I Navy's personnel in the im As the United' States became definitely There were no Navy retired officers. Navy.

,portance of people and the jobs more industrialized, it became provisions for retirement until Today when men and women Dependents Donate Time
they do.Reserves. increasingly evident that a strong the Civil War when a retirement leave the Navy after 20 of Many wives, mothers, sisters
I : Formally Established naval force was needed to proteCtits system was started to permit active service, they receive years 50 and brothers donate their time to
The Naval Reserve was not merchant marine. State naval departure of older officers from percent of their base each organizations such as the Red
*}' formally established by Congress pay Cross, Navy Relief (an all-
I militias were organized from the active duty lists. month as a retainer. If they elect
until 1915. Prior to that time the centers of the to volunteer staff of ,Navy dependents -
, population near sea stay on active duty for 30
Before the retirement
systemwas Services
states established their own ) and Personal
' or lakes, using men with little or years, they'll receive 75
I : naval militias; one of the first this introduced, the Navy had a their basic percentof Centers. Some offer their talentsto
no seagoing experience. At each
pay month in
' pension fund. The fund had its children
was established by Mas- time the retirement teaching dependent
Navy Department could In
pay. addition
origin in 1775 when the Con- toreceiving
and various
sachusetts in 1775. not foresee these sports of all kinds ,
using men on a government check
\or' tinental Congress specified that a
crafts. If there is an organizationthat
;.., The original act passed by the seagoing combatants or portion of the prizes,taken.by the each month, retires and their requires or depends on
' Massachusetts legislature was auxiliaries. The short. Navy were to be used to pay dependents are eligible for other volunteers to 'apply their services -
entitled,An Act for Encouraging sightedness of the Department disability benefits to officers and armed service benefits. will find Navy
: the Fixing Out of Armed limited these men to coastal and you
Vessels
death'
seamen: benefits to
were
harbor defenses. They have the privilege of dependents on the staff.
.r. and for Erecting a Court to Try be paid widows and children of using armed forces Dependents live with their

y".:. and Condemn all, Vessels that When war with Spain became those who died while serving in commissaries, theaters exchanges and, active'duty members abroad as
.r. shall be Found Infesting the evident in 1898, the Navy the Navy. Congress formally recreational facilities. U well as in the continental United
Same.What this law did was give Department took'steps to use the established the Navy, pension wish to travel overseas retired they States. When stationed overseas,
,
anyone with a ship the right to Naval Militia for what is, called fund in 1798 and another act, military ,
personnel
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