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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1970
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. ,,28 NO. 29 U.S., NAVAL AIR STATION, ,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA' .OCTOBERS, :, 1970 '
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73,000, To Be AdvancedJaxResults .i


r i* from the mid-summer'' advancement "

mw'k.1 exams are due any day now and those who took the tests ,:

should have a greater'chance, to get advanced., .
Although some individual ,commands may have

.already received results,'the NAS,Personnel,office'' has

not 'yet received the results from the ,Exam Center.

When:they do arrive total of 73,000 are scheduled for

promotions.'
r The Exam Center will advance 2145 chiefs, 3742 first
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class, 24,574 second class, and 42,361 third class petty

,officers. Also, 212 alternates will be picked for master
chief I and'' 1081 for ''senior chief.



,,' ,Navy Leads CFC Drive ;


Jax-The Navy has'achieved its, Also VW4 with 46.8, VP-5 with
"" goal to' lead ,the list of .con '43.4: VA-66 with 42.8, USS,
<;C'Tata': (ft), Caff. OMt .dtaf osmmud sabta. tributions in the first weeks of the Yosemite with I'42.5,'VA-45 with '

..- ,.1970,'>Combined Federal;',Campaign -'<:I?,38.7,'Marine:Barracks with 36.4. J':
Oct 29. ,. Marine: rti u" Cecil Field
; ending : ; -s 4'
Nartu 'Gets' New' :SkipnerJax : According to RAdm, Lawrence with 36.1, VA-174 with 33.0, 679th
: Radar with NARF
... 'Heyworth Jr., cochairman for Squadron 28.8,
.- Capt. ,Hugh J. Tate position to achieve these aims & the drive, NAS Jacksonville and with 27.0, Naval Hospital with
became the 13th commanding thanthe military community. It is Cecil Field lead the large ac 25.6; VC-4 with 25.1, USS Waldron .'
officer of the Naval Air Reserve your responsibility, and one that tivities with more than $10,000 .. with 17.0, VA-86 with 16.2, VA-15
Training Unit (NARTU) must not be shirked.' having achieved ,123.4 and 105.8 with 13.2, USS TattnaU with 9.8
Saturday, relieving Capt.,Berton # Na per cent of their goal in the first and Navy Recruiting Station with I
Following Chappell's address, week Other Federal agenciesare 3.2.
R. Otto who will assume a new
post InWashington, D., C. RAdm. ,Michael Lorenzo, 27 per'cent of their goal. Late Rtsilts .:
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Florida i DemocraticRepresentative Washington 'representative for' Adm. Heyworth praised the
William V. the Chief of Naval Air Reserve outstanding effort of several Jax-At the end of the fourth ;
Chappel was the guest:speaker at Training, presented 'the Navy activities ,and urged the Navy week' of the' 1970 Combined i
the training unit change of Commendation Medal to Capt. activities to increase their efforts Federal Campaign Drive, NAS ;
command Otto.The citation with the award toward a ,100 per cent goal fax: and Cecil Field still lead the 1
retired ceremony.A captain in the Naval praised him for'outstanding k throughout the remaining three larger activities with more than '
Reserve,Chappel cited a need for performance of duty during' his ''weeks of the campaign. $10,000 in contributions each. J
constructive aggression on the tour here, listing the many 2 Among the ships contributingmore ,NAS Jax has 138.2 per cent and :
part of the American I public., contributions he made in, .improving than 100 per cent in the first Cecil Field has a 130.8'per cent ,'
'This is no time to be timid,' he command readiness and week are USS Salinan with 204.1 total. NATTC' Jax has come up '
stated. 'We must prepare to operating efficiency. per cent, and USS Catawba with with 92.6,per cent.
b cent.Squadrons the smaller, activitiesCo.
r 125.7 Among
per
defend our, ,country. We must
Capt. Otto leaves NARTU after
B of the 4th AMTRAC Bn.
'. regain the .strategic superiorityover completing a nearlytwo and one with outstanding (USMCR) in Jacksonville leads ':
the communist world that half : rebuilding achievements are VA-81 with
year program with 61.8 cent. USS Salinan is
<
per
we have lostDiscussing. 171.6 cent and V A782'with
which moved the command from per
second with 219.3 cent
the trying times in cent. Some of the per ; :
last place to f first in readiness and 142.4'per COMLANTWING One Staff is a
,which we live, the congressman efficiency among the 17 activitiesthat smaller activities, with\ a little i
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third with 215.5 fourth is the
a' said, 'No ,one is in, a better comprise the Naval Air Conflrtssman Chapptl short of phenomenal success are Fuel ; Jacksonville I
Co. B, 4th AMTRAC, Bn. with Navy Depot ;
Reserve Training Program. '
with 214.4 per cent, and next is :
'This is timeto 286.3 cent Navy'Fuel Depot
Capt. TateDecorated ,no per ; COMDESDIV 82 Staff with 211.9 i/
,Under his guidance, NARTUwon with 214.4 per cent, MATSG with cent. err
the Edwin Francis Conway be timid 167.2.per cent,. LATWING One per With two weeks remaining in \';
Memorial for overall Staff with' 160.6 cent;
I Trophy per r
'the campaign 60 out of 90 units ;:/
efficiency;,'and the Sheldon Clark Secretary 'of'the Navy. ,' Ex CRUDESFLOT 12 ,with 148.1, have reported progress. Five :
.Jax-Capt.,Hugh J. Tate, Naval Air Reserve Trophy for top cellence Award DESRON with 140.4, SUPSHIP activities have attained more 'i
NARTU's 13th commandingofficer combat readiness among reserve 'The''son of RAdm.,(Ret.) and 'Jax 140.1, DESDIV with 122.1, than 200 cent of their goal '.
was awarded, the flying units.Both were first times Mrs J. R. Tate, Capt. Tate was FAIRWING 11, with' 113.1 and while 25 have per more than 100 per .
Meritorious Service Medal awards for NARTU. commissioned and designated a MARTD with 104 per cent. cent. 'r
from Capt. Berton Otto Naval 1 aviator in 1943.. He joinedhis The total Navy contribution is :;.
during NARTU's change-' During Capt. 'Otto's tour as first squadron, Fighter Activites with less'than 100 per now at 01.8 per cent. .!
of-command activities. commanding officer, NARTU Squadron'21,'aboard the aircraft cent of their goal' are Naval
'He was' cited for''out- made achievements in the area of carrier USS Belleau Wood in the Station Mayport with 68.1;' USS New'Store Hours .
standing'' meritorious cost reduction while completely Pacific.While serving with VF-21 Sarsfield with 64.6; USS Escape ,
service as commanding re-outfitting the' command with he participated in the Guam, with 63.6; NATTC Jax with 63.1, Jax- Commissary hours are: '
officer of Aircraft Ferry new equipment and furnishings.It Philippine,Formosa and Ryukyu VP-45 with 57.8, NARTU with Tuesday, Wednesday and :i
.Squadron 32 from Feb. 23, topped all other reserve air Island campaigns. 57.2, FICEUR with 56.6, COM- Friday 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ,w
1968 til Aug. 28, 1970. His stations and training units in this In mid-1945 he joined, VF-19, FAIRJAX with 54.0, USS Forrest Thursday- a.m. to 8 p.m. f',
citation states that he was respect for the past two years and the,.first fighter squadron to fly Royal with, 52.4, NAMTD Cecil Saturday- a.m. to 2 p.m. I
an 'extremely,, competentand 'was the first such commandto Field with 52.2 and VA-83 with The store will remain closed on ,;.'
resourceful leader. be nominated, for the (Continued on Page 2)) 49.2. Sundays, Mondays and holidays ::1"n:!;
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i' To Write Is Right ii : :: ,


' 'I'm going to write my congressman!
:' How many times have we in the military heard that statement from
' one who feels he has been done an injustice? Writing our congressmenis

indeed, one our great freedoms, and, all too often, is one that is

: sorely Personal neglected-or injustic worse s-and, abused.they do sometimes occur-should be CATHOLICNAVAL

:., brought to the attention, of our legislators, but only after all other ;1g4 id ''i'l
methods to resolve them have failed. AIR STATION

',t Frequently, the, man' who writes his congressman does so Saturday Mass .,,5 P.M.
prematurely; he finds out later, occasionally to everyone's regret, l Sunday Mass 11:00: A.M. '
that the matter could have been set straight if he had discussed it with VftI Daily Mass 11:30: A.M.
the very people to whom the congressman makes inquiries. Saturday Confessions
However, writing our lawmakers only to air a personal grievance is x+ 10:30: 11:15: a.m.
in effect an abuse of our freedom.
More to the point for the majority of us is this question: How often do NAVAL HOSPITAL \

" we as citizen-servicemen write to our senators .representatives' Sunday Mass 8 A.M., ', .' "
I, governors-and yes,even the President advise them of our feelings ,
and views abut pending legislation? NATTC \

I"' Almost never:.!_ I IJ b kx Sunday Mass 930A.M. \ j. i
. Bldg. 500
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,.: NURSE CORPS PROMOTION -- Lt.lg(| ) Lonnle ,0. TMbodwux, I ,
member of the U. S. Naval Hospital's nursing staff, was promoted to

,> his present rank In a ceremony ,conducted by Capt. C. W. Lewis Jr. PROTESTANTNAVAL, .
'j" commanding officer of the'Hospital.The ..
11;: HOSPITAL '

,If: 1 Sunday Worship 10 A.M. .

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NAVALAIR'iTATION S S
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:,:. ,: Holy' Communion8:30: '"' '' '
A.M. Bldg. 750 ,
Church School (all ages) l, '

9A.M.
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I two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different S 'S.: "' I
meal. schedules. Dining Hall No. I, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows:II Junior Church (Nursery .
II I ibreakfast-4a.m. to MO: a.m.t dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m./and supper 4 p.m. to grade 6)) 10 A.M. ,
lathe 1:10 p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30 a.m. to 7 a.m. Divine Worship Service :
Likewise, how often do we role of constituentservicemenwrite dinner II a.m. to 12:JO a.m.supptr StOO: p.m. to 4IS.: Both Dining halls observe ,,
'.:, to our elected representatives to compliment them on what we the same hours on'week.end..nd holidays: early breakfast '130 a.m. to 10- A.M. Bldg. 750 .
", feel,was a wise vote on a particular bill, or conversely, to let them 1:30: a.m.i brunch 9:30 a.m.to 12:30 p.m.;and supper 4 p.m. to 5:30: p.m. Junior Youth Fellowship, '
Personnel' on comrats may purchase breakfast and early. breakfast for IS
know that we disagree with their decision,if that were the case? 'cents/dinner! and brunch for 4S cents and supper for SO cents. P.M.. Bldg., 722 .' .' .
Again, the answer is: Almost never, .. Senior Youth Fellowship '
J'\ A few years ago, CBS News commentator Harry Reasoner, in a ,Prlday,October 'SUPPER..Baked Lasagna, Pizza 130PM.: Bldg. 722' ,
; special' program discussing the pitfalls of conformity, said: ""This Pie,:Cuban Bread, Buttered Brussels ,
nation was established by men who .prized the necessary right of 'IRIAKF IT..Hot Oatmeal, Ham Sprouts, Fruit Gelatin, Whipped Tuesday' ,;
free unlimited inquiry. They considered it the precondition of any Omelet, Deep Fried: Fish Portions, Topping. ,
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Hash Brown Potatoes, Raisin Rolls.: ,
,government that would be responsible to the governed.' DINNIR-Cream of Tomato Soup, Tuesday,October 13BREAKFASTHot Christian Science' Service I' ,
He continued: 'When. ./.we fail to be responsible to ourselves Oven Roast of Veal, Natural Gravy, 7 P.M.
then we shall most certainly deserve the kind of government we shall Mashed Potatoes, Seasoned Green Oatmeal, Eggsto
Order, Hot Griddle Cakes, Baked
Beans, Spice Cake, Butter Cream,
most certainly get. Icing. Sausage Patties, Clnnnamon Rolls. Tuesday .
Here is how anyone-especially a serviceman or woman-can take a SUPPER.-Turkey. A ,La King, DINNER.-French Onion' Soup, '
more active, personal role in the government:, Buttered Egg Noodles, Broccoli Roast Turkey, Natural Gravy, Senior Choir Rehearsal -.
Find out who the elected officials are who represent your interests at Polonnalse Baking Powder Biscuits"Chocol.te Mashed Potatoes, Corn Bread 7 .M.Bldg. 750 : I
,
,
Dressing Buttered Fresh Frozen
Whipped Topping.
all levels of government-local, state and national. PUddIng Broccoli Pumpkin Pie, Whipped 1'//",
Find out how those elected representatives stand on the issues that Saturday,October 10 'Topping.. NATTCDivine 1 I
interest SUPPER..Btef Pot Pie with Biscuit
you. Worship 12 P.M.
issues. EARLY'fBREAKFAST..Hot Grits, Topping. Buttered Egg Noodles,
Write to them and describe your feelings on those Bldg. 500Evening I
French Fried Cauliflower, Southern
Eggs to Order Griddle Cakes, Broiled
Finally, obtain an absentee ballot at election time and cast your Bacon Slices, Cake Doughnuts.BRUNCH..Barbecued Style Greens, Ice Cream Cups. Worship 6 P.M.:' '
vote-to re-elect the officials you feel are successfully representingyou Beef, French Bldg. 500 '.
or to elect new ones you believe will do a better job of represen- Fried Potatoes, Buttered Fresh Wednesday,October 14 ,
Frozen Mixed Vegetables, Peach
ting you.People. Crisp BREAKFAST-Hot Farina, Eggs to
who neglect to write to their representatives on vital issues SUPPER--Grllled Pork Chops, Order, French Toast, Deep Fried Fish NartuContinued
also are neglecting a major aspect of their heritage: The guaranteedright Onion Gravy, O'Brien Potatoes, Portions, Hashed Brown' Potatoes, '
to participate actively in their government. By extension, the Seasoned Succotash, Raisin Nut Praline Roils.DINNERCream.
Cupcakes. of Potato Soup, ( from Page I)
same logic also applies to those who neglect to vote. Yankee Pot Roast, Vegetable Gravy,
Write to your congressman today, and let him know where you Sunday,October 11 Rice Pilaff, Buttered Green Peas, the F8F, Bearcat, and continuedto
stand; and cast you ballot on Election Day. Else you will certainly get, Pineapple Pie.SUPPER serve in the Pacific until the
as Mr. Reasoner, says, the kind of government you most certainly EARLY BREAKPAST-Hot Farina, Savory Baked Chicken, end of the war.
Eggs to Order French Toast, Grilled Chicken' Gravy, Mashed Potatoes,
e.. Ham Slices, Iced Bear Claws. Black-eyed Peas, Buttered: Fresh Duty as flag lieutenant for the
BRUNCH-Grllled Cheese and Frozen Mixed Vegetables, ApplesauceCake commander of Carrier' Division
Bacon Sandwich, Potato Chips, Hot Fluffy Icing.Thursday Five,and test pilot work'at Naval
Baked Beans, Ice Cream Cups.
SUPPER-Spanlsh Steaks, Mashed ,October IS Air,Test Center, Patuxent River,
Potatoes, Buttered Peas and Carrots, Md., followed until 1949 when the
Blueberry Pie BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Eggsto captain'was transferred to VF-
Order, Pineapple Hot Cakes,
171 where he served until 1952.
Monday,October 12, Broiled Bacon Slices, Raised
Doughnuts. He took command of Attack
PIRATES COVE BREAKFAST. Grits, Eggs, to DINNER--Chicken Rice Soup, in
Order, Minced Beef on Toast, Hashed Salisbury Steak, Brown Onion Gravy, Squadron 46 September 1960,
Brown Potatoes, Cake Doughnuts.DINNERBeef Hashed Brown Potatoes, Beets In and joined the aircraft carrier
Phil Cay and the Chantels are the featured artists tonight, while the / Rice Soup, Breaded" Orange Sauce, Buttered Green Beans, USS Boxer in December 1961 as
Mark Castle Combo appear here tomorrow. It's music by the Argus Veal Cutlets, Brown Gravy, Mashed Apricot Crisp.SUPPERGrilled. ship's navigator. In 1963 he
group Saturday evening and by the Epics Sunday On Monday, the Potatoes, Boiled Pinto Beans, But. Beef Liver, Chile moved to the Plans
Four of Clubs will be appearing. The Camelots are here for Tuesdayevening's tered Fresh Frozen Vegetables, Macaroni, Lyonnalse Potatoes, Departmentof
Scalloped Corn, Devils the NATO Allied
Peanut Butter Cake, Butter' Cream Food Cake Supreme
entertainment and the Four of Clubs to' the
return
stage Icing. Chocolate fudge Icing. Commander of Carrier Air Wing
Wednesday night.
Four before assuming his immediate -
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past post as 'com

;5 S Tonight's Cocktail Hour will be from 7 to 9 p.m. Dance to the sounds manding officer of Aircraft Ferry 5

of the Four Clubs tomorrow evening, and to Tommy 'C' and his Squadron 32.Airman.

Seminoles Saturdav. In the dining room. Sundav's special will be Beef JIAX AIR NEWSThe 5
,) Stroganoff for $1.25. Wednesday's Happy Hour will be from 4:30: to 6 Gets

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'! S On Friday there will be dancing to Phil Cay and the Chantels. Mark JAX AIR NEWS'f.is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

':',.: Castle will be on hand Saturday evening, and Sunday. Sunday's distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Jax' The Law Center here
/ special in the dining room will be Prime Rib Roast for$1.95. Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a announced Tuesday that a Cecil
,,' OFFICERS CLUB private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the lAX AIR NEWS Field airman has been,convictedof
", must be forwarded to 'the Public Affairs. Office, Box 2, NAS four specifications of use 'and

Reservations should be made for Ribs and Roast tonight for $3.25. Jacksonville, by 1 2:00.noon on Monday before publication. News possession of mescaline, LSD and

Tomorrow's Happy Hour will be from 4:30: to 7:30, with Sing-Along Items'are welcomed from all sources- Telephone 772.3118 or marijuana. He 'receives a bad
Piano. VP-45's Halloween Party will start at 8 p.m. 3119. conduct discharge, four months
Saturday is Oktoberfest with free beer, a Bavarian buffet and f', confinement at hard labor,
.';,' 'dancing to the Rhinelanders. Reservations are necessary. Sunday's Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries forfeitures totalling $352 and
\i Cocktails will be served from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. and reservations are concerning such should be directed to: reduction to airman recruit.

if .. also required for the Sunday Buffet from 5 to 9. On Wednesday evening THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Evidence presented at the trial

tit:( junior 4to6a officers rock to the Pipers and there will be a Happy Hour from 4747 San- Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 disclosed indicated his that use with the the accused hope of

USO CLUB Telephone 388.2755 obtaining an administrative

discharge. Instead, he got a
From 11 a.m. to2p.m. today Jr.Volunteers and servicemen will be VOL. 28 NO. 29 OCTOBER 8 court-martial and will spend the
passing out United Fund leaflets at 1970
Hemming Park. There will be a winter in the Naval Prison at
'Let's Be Kids'dance Friday night.
Portsmouth, N. H.


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Veteran Amputee BrideJax'I ;

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didn't know who would rehabilitation His attitude
'Catch a sail during a deep sea '
have to give up first, that big red toward life was so bad that no one fishing trip to Miami.' Since \ (
bass orme and my wheel chair. wanted to care for him. Nancy, a Charlie isn't one to give up now, ::1/
!: Those were the words of Charlie student nurse, was nominated for he told some of the hospital staff, ,\
t Hill as he visited the' U.S.: Naval the tough job. She taught him to 'This winter I plan to take my six. :
Hospital Friday, just after aJacksonville walk again and encouraged him wheeled amphibious tractor into .' :;
x fishing trip to learn to drive a specially Michigan woods for pheasant .
Charlie is a double amputee. operated car and to date other season' .I'
He lost his legs in a land mine girls. After a two-week honeymoon, ';
explosion in 1967 while with theArmy's Charlie learned to walk and the Hill's will return to their new'I''I t :'
'Ii 9th Infantry in Vietnam. drive a car, but he did not date home in Stevensville, Mich. --1."
Charlie and his bride of less other''' girls, and soon he and Nancy said, 'I've already bought i
than a week Nancy are sharing Nancy ,were engaged. In fact, wheelchair tractor tires for a 't:
,their honeymoon with, as they Charlie walked down the aisle with snowy return to Michigan. The ,
both said, 'The friendly people of artificial limbs when they were hospital won't let him use snow '\':
v4" the South' The City of married in Chicago on Sept 26.During chains like Charlie had planned.' ...\
Jacksonville and Veteran's of their 1 visit here in Charlie, will'' ,enroll in Lake
_, >> Foreign Wars, Crown Post 6922, Jacksonville, VFW Post 6922 Michigan College, majoring in
offered the couple a honeymoontrip made Charlie ''a member. Jim electronips and,Nancy will return: r
I % to' Jacksonville. Mayor and Powell of the post escourted the to her work: at St Joseph's, Mich
Mrs. Hans Tanzler, the Jaycees, couple to the Naval Hospital for a Hospital.
a city hotel,'florists,restaurantsand visit with the patients. Charlie ,\

HONEYMOONIMO COU"I-U>>. MftrvtH,fefttols. el'ttw U.S.: businesses have offered their was able to ,give them en- v_ '\
Naval Hospital staff escourtod the Hills through the wards to visit the hospitality to the newlyweds.After couragement for their: recovery \
Charlie lost his legs in from his own experience of long, .
veterans Charlie HHIf a double amput e>offered his encouragementfrom i ,
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1967 he sent to Wests IdeVeteran's months in the
was hospital.,
his own experience to prove to the patients that life does. not end <
for Injured Vietnam veterans Hospital in Chicago for Charlie said he has big plans to :.}


Scout Pro.ShotDComing'Saturday; .
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Jax Local scouts will hold their I

anntfal Pro-Sho on Saturday. at ',\ .. tj'
the Forrest High School ',. ',;' i
The day's'festivities will start ,. '
at 9 a.m. and end at 6 p.m. \;',, I.
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Cub Scouts will ,become full I
fledged Boy Scouts
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Displays provided by both Cub i
and Boy Scouts will be availablefor
viewing with a Blue and Gold I
Banquet being held at 12:30: p.m. "I,
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The day.will be climaxed with a J ,
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rally and. cooking demonstrationby
,the scouts. The public is invited I '. 'II' ,
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Relief Graduates Class
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Conducts Hour Award Ceremony- .' /. 1 1I


Jax-Stxteen Navy Relief Few and Mrs. Anna Harris One presented, at the ceremony to
volunteers were honored here hundred hour awards were Mrs Patricia Valliere.All E
Monday in an award ceremon3'conducted presented to Mrs Carole Navy and Marine Corps : _
by RAdm Lawrence Basford, Mrs. Ina Duplechin, wives are welcome to volunteerto .. ,
Heyworth Jr MMrs. Jane Heile, Mrs Evelyn aid the Navy Relief Society its
The awards were issued in (Cookie) Kennedy, Mrs. Rose missiOn of lending helping handto nI j
, recognition of the many hours Finn, Mrs. Lauren McClow, Mrs. sea service families The only '
which the ladies devoted, Mae Salisbury and Mrs. mandatory prerequisites are that r
working in the Navy Relief Officeas Rhoberta Young. receptionists have typing ability NEW OFFICERS .. HAS Commanding Officer, Capt. John R.
receptionists and-or interviewers Charms representing 600 hours and interviewers complete the Kincaid.Installed new officers for the Chief Petty Officer's Wive's Club'
and sewing baby were awarded to Mrs. Lillian Navy Relief Society Training at the CPO Club Friday evening Capt. Kincaid presents Cleo Schenckthe
layettes for Navy and Marine Ferris and Mrs. Jean Hand. One Course gavel of the office of president with other new officers left to right,
Corps families thousand hour awards went out to The 1971 Training Course Alice King, treasurer Marge, Fuller and Emma Taylor, advisory
Mrs Jane Chenault, Mrs session was completed Sept. 25. board members; Alberta Faircloth, Chaplain Ruth McLavish,
Certificates of Appreciation for Frances Searcy and Mrs Evelyn 'On that date sixteen more parliamentarian; Neva Hackelton, secretary; Doris Mims, treasurer.
10,000 hours of volunteer service Weir.A volunteers received. graduation The club 1 plans to continue its support of the Jacksonville Way Inn,
were received by Mrs Beatrice single 1,750 hour charm was certificates signifying com Sunland Center and the Chief's Club during the coming year.
pletion of 24 hours of training..

'lVavy Relief Forms Committee ,The newly trained volunteers 86 Chooses
who will assist the managementin Jax DelegatesFor

II J ': To Aid Widows of RetireesJaxIt Navy operating Relief Society the Jacksonville next year National ConventionJax

are: Mrs. Rosemary,W. Gruber, ,
has been the practice of Now a special'Casualty Mrs Mary P. Hanrahan, Mrs.
the Navy Relief Society in the Committee comprised of Navy Wendy G, Imphong, Mrs. Ricki .. The members of the convention with the'' Jax 86
event of the death of an active Relief Auxiliary members Mrs. Keller, Mrs Helen L. Kincaid, Jacksonville 86 Navy Wives Clubof delegates
duty Navy or Marine Corps Sibylla Kline and Mrs. Dorothy Mrs Sallie S. Loy, Mrs Vera J. America are preparing to send The convention has NWCA
member to send a casualty Kunklehas been formed to assist McCulley, Mrs Dorothy M. their delegates to the National workshops planned as well as the
assistance officer to inform the retired men's widows in Merry, Mrs Darlene R Morton, NWCA Convention at Pensacola election of national officers, and
,survivors of the benefits which collecting insurance money and Mrs.."Shirley A Peterson, Mrs. Oct. 18 23 voting on bylaws changes for the
,
they are entitled to. However, other benefits. Victoria Powers, Mrs. Cecilia G. Jax 86 has elected President, NWCA. Maria Bennett is the Jax
until two weeks ago, the widowsof This is Just one of the many Smith, Mrs. ,Linda M Spicer, Barbara Howard to represent 86 nominee for national
retired personnel had no valuable services which the Navy Mrs Shirley A Taylor, ,Mrs. them as their speaking delegateand parliamentarian. Highlights for
means of receiving'such Relief Society offers to assist sea C.Walden and Mrs.
Betty Audrey the other delegates are: theweek, will be guest speaker,
notification. service families in times of need. G Wright Rose Perry, Rita Brown, Judy Chief of Naval Operations, Adm.
Petty, Darlene Morton, Fran Elmo R. Zumwalt The Florida
II JOWC Schedules Masquerade Party Bush, Kay Wofford, Nancy State Fair at Pensacola will
Wernet, Sally Cottrill, Flora'' sponsor an NWCA Night. The
Kubisiak, Kathy Sexton, Maria week will be one of learning and
,t Jax-The Jacksonville Officer's early this year at the air station. ball on October 24(Tickets will be Bennett and Patty Cress. further growth for Navy Wives
Wive's Club,predicts that ghosts The .JOWq will have a\\ $5 per person.'. A'See your JOWC Other Jax'' 86 members planning Clubs of America.
and goblins'will be on the prowl Halloween Masquerade' Ball at., ,command representative'or Pat : to attend are: Fran Anderson Betty Crocker coupons are
the Officer's Club, Oct. 24. Mosman at 771-6136. Ruby Shafer, Pat Hillis, being accepted at the clubhouseand
Masked and costumed witches Evelyn Hartmann, Helen Anglin, at the Wives club nursery.
Navy WivesWe and warlocks are invited to the Theresa Hagan and Cindy The couponswill be used by the
festivities from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Barnes. Past sponsor and an Gulfport, Miss. NWCA to pur-
cffer TEMPORARY There will be a happy hour with honorary member of Jax 86, chase a kidney machine for the
EMPLOYMENTI! sorcerer's brews and dancing to Ruth Berry will be attending the hospital.
S Secretarial 6 Clerical the devilish tunes of the COM-
$Accounting .Miscellaneous FAIR JAX Band. Prizes are
awaiting the most original
No'Feesl Work WHERE and WHEN RENT ECON
costume at the pumpkin patch at- (
!you like as many hours as you like.
the bewitching hour.
,lR\J"\ LlETSJ "
% 354-2057- Stop gazing into your crystal, -CAR
ball and make your com
., .U.; {-' job Employment mitments now to Join the fun and
t temporary Service Inc. merriment at the masquerade ,
drive around on pennies!
MAJOR CREDIT CARDS HONORED
'FIRST TICKETS .. JOWC MINIMUMAGE21 FREE
NATIONWIDE
RESERVATION
SERVICE
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Heyworth Jr., Commander
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Artoill,A',h, ; ,the_first tickets.to the Ball. We rent, General I Motors and other fine cars __
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Time. IID SPECIAL ,. minton O With'congenial) young neighbors to _PTO. RENTING
-. 'INCWDISPARTS 8 CYL help enjoy them. D All only one block from I; .., Mon. Thru HOURS Sat.: 8:30-6:30:: : ; Sun. 1.6:30: "
fc IfiVU. golf and an elementary school-with other
LABOR schools shopping centers and boating min s DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvd.,
: .l utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the < # turn Cedar right on San Juan-Continue .past
: Naval Air Station in 10 minutes downtown Creek bridge to Jammes Road
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, BIG; CHIEF: I4i. TT. Jacksonville in 15. O Apartments have indi ,,,,N apartments.-
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I .... Advisory... Board Innovates EM Club Changes jl,

By SN Johnnie Rodgers hosts and expressed hopes that station. In entertainment, too, At the last meeting only 11 .
they would promote a better the club is looking for only the commands and departments 1:
Jax .. The Pirates Cove is atmosphere among guests than best and widest possible range of were represented out of around ;
gradually changing its face, would patrol of the floor by Shore bands and groups, The club 30 who were asked to attend. It is
keeping abreast of the demandsof Patrol or MAA forces wants to sign special shows hoped that personnel will show
its patrons. The EM Advisory I Food and beverage promotionwas periodically, and is planning to more enthusiasm for the Pirates i.
: Board works at each meeting to discussed and many ideas schedule such names as the Cove by attending the November
l make the club one of the finest came up, such as the establish. Drifters and the Coasters duringthe meeting and adding their ideas.
relaxation and entertainmentspots ment of Happy Hours and next few months. .-
: of any on the station or specials on foods and drinks. The Advisory Board Is hin- :
:r 1ik'SMILE around the Also, consideration givento I
country.At was dered by poor representation by
JJ > its October meeting the problems arising over clothing the commands on the station. In ,1 (l :
LIEUTENANT -- Lt. board evaluated the club's' new regulations. There has been making decisions governing club i ,
'duty hosts'. These men attend to much disagreement over a set of :
Jeffrey Long, attached to 'Patrol activities the board needs to hear !
cfuuan :
difficulties outdated rules to be revisedin
or complaints yet
45, is all smiles as Cdr. any the voice of all who will parti-
Squadron
arising during the evening. black and white. A number of "
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in them
J, S. McArdle, Jr., commanding cipate
Pirates Cove people have been turned
the double bars Manager Joseph away $ q9illas :
officer, pins on Zilbert, praised the courtesy and from the club because of dif
his
marking promotion. respect displayed by the dutyIf" ferences of opinion on what is

mm.'! _.,. >,,'", ',..",,., .. ,'". :".'"."..,'. considered appropriate attire. WNlt U PToyDuRGoov |PA5 5821 San Juan at Niblick I ;
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to ,,
,;, ,\', ,, "\ Advisory Phone 384.4406 :
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: ,. : iI see attire, no matter how formal (\ ))
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{f .'' *. .' "', ;',",,' or informal, that is comfortable 'I 1, 2 and 3 BEDROOMS
,;'{ :\.., without being indecent or of. GARDEN' TYPE APARTMENTS I ,-
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i./tf: Pensive to others. .
INDIVIDUAL
AIR CON-
There have been many complaints '
DITIONING AND HEATING.
'that persons were askedto e
DRAPES FURNISHED
leave as early as 15 or'' 20 MAKE Yr VRSU6' WALL TO WALL CARPETING
minutes before the club's closing .LARGE' SWIMMING POOLS
times of midnight on weekdaysand iStON IGjjIwI

2''a.m. Fridays and Satur
t days. I Even: though the band

may have stopped playing for the
evening and sales closed, persons Hey LOOK/ WOW !
'!to'
( ,: ;, may remain in the clubvup
",:'J ,;1!{ > until closing time.
; ,(
kJ ;>'J.'j CAPTIVATING GO-GO GIRLS!
".'v, "'" :t : The Board is still working on

,.'.,\'W>'ii',:*" ..,,'If''' .,.. having cigarette sales in the BYOB & Stay From 4 P.M. to 6 A.M.
\ \ .AA\\ '" *" .1." Package Store atNavyExchangeprices. .
This would be done '" to 'WIlt.JAX'S MOST EXCITING
Hill I Shirley HH3 Harvey purely as a service to those ( ..w BOTTLE CLUB.PU9SYCAT .
authorized to buy cigarettes, ,
Servicemen of Quarter 'The Pirates Cove is always ClUB
trying to increase the quality of
food and efficiency of its serviceby
Selected at Hospital offering the best and most 244 W. 8th'STREET' PHONE 358-9394
plentiful servings of food on the,

Jax-HMl Haran E. Shirley'and HM3 Harvey, a native of Los
11M3 Cheryl J. Harvey were Alamos N.M., entered the Navyin
recently selected as the Ser- September 18. She reportedhere
vicemen of the Quarter at the from Hospital Corps Schoolin
Naval hospital ), Great Lakes, III., where she
graduated second in her class.
HMI 1 Shirley was selected as Her husband, HM3 Jerry A.
the Serviceman of the Quarter Harvey, recently finished a tour
representing ,the Administrative of duty with the 3rd Marine
Division, and HM3 Harvey as a Division in Vietnam
representative of the Nursing
Service. Both were selected in Free Repairs For
recognition of their professional

performance, military bearing, COMPARE.and 1
dedication to duty and ,demon- Norelco Shavers

strated leadership ability.,
Jax--If you have a. Norelco'
HMI 1 Shirley entered the Naval electric shaver that's in need of
service in November 1958 and has cleaning or repairs, take it to the
had a wide,variety of duty since, Main Exchange here,October 16,
then. Prior to reporting to the and a Norelco service specialistwill

Naval Hospital herehe was ser-. take care of,it for free.
ving aboard the USS Merrick, :
and has recently received orders, The event will last for one day' v
to the Nuclear Submarine only,from 9 am to 5 p.m. Also, if
Medicine Technic School in New your shaver needs new' parts, I' .
London, Conn. IIMI Shirley, his they will be available for purchase .
wife Diana, daughter Dawn and from the Norelco
son Derrick currently reside in representative who will install
YOU NEVER PAY MORE
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COMPARE your Credit' Union rates and you'll see how you SAVEI I

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!11 Adm.Duncan: 'Heads Atlantic Command

t
| Adm. Charles K.,, Duncan all possible measures to alleviate situations and contingencieswhich
| assumed the duties of com hardship and inconvenience It is have demanded a high
l mander in chief, U.S: Atlantic recognized that your families level of professionalism and
f Fleet last week, relieving Adm. share fully in all that effects the coordination by the component
? Ephraim P* Holmes.' Fleet man. Particularly to our services. This professionalismand
{ In a special message issued career people and the young men coordination was always
i immediately fOllowing' the who are about to decide on a present, and it was this, which Jay
\ change of command, Adm, career, the mid-range futue for enabled the Atlantic Command to
:: Duncan stated: 'We of the individuals looks promising.! perform'' its tasks in an out t
> Atlantic Fleet have grave Adm. Duncan concluded his standing manner. I am proud to
/ responsibilities to our country. I message as follows: 'We have have served with you vi 'Q''
| am confident that given the ships, fine programs of new aircraft ''In passing my ,command to
,} aircraft, and support needed, we and ships approved which willeventually Admiral Charles K. Duncan,' the
f can be successful. We will, in any l although admittedly message continues, 'I am leaving'' ;, :
| event, pursue a standard excellence slowly, result in working with with absolute confidence that he
) in'each unit so that the really up-to-date equipment.'With will lead you into a period of
country can be assured of the this and theawarenessof the continued success
pl1 iA
( maximum professional per- Importance of people in the 'I thank each of you for your t
i t formance. We will keep our units highest level, we should look splendid contribution, and I know' 'f.
? in the best possible state of forward to'a high quality Navy that, 'you will support Admiral ",w.:, t >g \(:
( readiness,, It is a great and Fleet Marine force. We need Duncan with the same degree of ,,,,(\vf'1.; !\\;'''! ft'
: ..,satisfaction and a matter of pride the best in effort and creative dedication and competence that tEFOR 'It; :,,, }
:
t. ", to be in a position to work with Ideas,from every level, seamanto you so ably demonstrated in the t)

.you.'! admiral past. VIETNAM DUTY, U. William A. Ferris receives Hit Navy
Speaking of the future effects of Adm. Holmes also delivered a Commendation Medal from Capt. William Hull, officer in charge,
Fleet reductions, the admiral 'brief message announcing his Disease Vector Control Center
continued: 'I am mindful of the retirement from the post ,of
( deployments and tempo of CINCLANTFLT. In the messagehe
operations largely resulting from stated, 'During my three year Admin, Officer From DVCC,
: the Vietnam war, and of the association with the'Army, Navy,
I turbulence and turmoil Involving Air Force and Marine Corps units V
; so many individuals and their which compose the Atlantic Gets Commendation MedalJaxThe
t families as a result of reductions Command have seen firsthand 3 :Yyf'v I
} of ships and aircraft,squadrons the' spirit and enthusiasm of a
'We will continue, to see additional truly unique military force. In Navy CommendationMedal the Naval Hospital In' Newport,
inactivations afloat and this period, the Atlantic Com- with Combat 'V' has been R.I.; with the First, and Third
ashore,and we will strive to take mand has responded to exercise awarded to Lt William A Ferris, Marine.1 Divisions, aboard the
MSC, the administrative officerat USS Paul Revere, Hospital Corps
the Disease Vector Control School in San Diego, at the Naval
1 Center. Station on Treasure Island,
Kin nn n tin He was cited for meritorious Calif;; and the,Marine Corps Air
service in Vietnam from Januaryto Station in Iwakuni, Japan.
MILITARY-AUTOMOBILE August 1979 as environmentalhealth
officer for the'U.S.; Naval qtr INYOWED
ItWWIIflll
t -Support Activity Danang.. He was
responsible, for'public health l in 1\f.\ rili: \ 1 '_ i
.
'
'MILITARYALl"RANKS I AGES Military 1 Region One. .

LOW RATES EASY PAYMENT PLAN :xx.t, 'n. ? ..qi His citation reads that, 'his
tt 1.s> :nnfts' hir'k: ntcnd professional acume"n"and -
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General Agents for NEWCOMER, Carol Cole, tenacious approach to problem
AMERICAN SERVICE MUTUAL,INS. CO. daughter of the late musician /
1
solving situations produced ; #! A o .
Nat "King" Cole, has foregone 11:' : :'t !tt.I !
CONTINENTALINSURANCE Broadway for a stint in Holly results which were outstanding .fljrmooo
I wood, where she has a',role in and. enhanced sanitary, and, R)
I Columbia studio ."The Mad health standards in the areas for ,
ONDERWRITERS'ROOS Room." (Photo,courtesy Colum.. which he was responsible. He
bia Pictures) responded to every request for' 1971 "SPANISH"
6479 public health assistance and,
t Blvd' 388-1616 Near N.A.S.: '
To,Earth-ba8ed"observers, the made himself immediately ((60'xl2'Coichts.)
'sun :appears a hundred billion available for consultation
times brighter than any other His preventive medicine unit 'Pinecrest' $3995

_,. ,star, National Geographic, says. was later transferred to the U.S. 'Aquarius' $4995'Georgetown'
-'. sa7\ a s '" Army ,and he established a $5995

Ii tJ.e td.'ZadHtj 'i4'- Udat Tien sanitation Sha section Dispensary at the"Ca where p,

according to his citation,' his

t wo4t ft&fxttwi fuvii- Mtutttet bfaont ffTONIGHT abilities administrative were readily and managerial'reflected' in' ,h'

the' wise use of ,the limited
'
\I medical personnel available. CAROUSEL MOBILE' HOMES
t Lt/ Ferris has also,served at UUNMIIHps Hw .' '7U47M
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II Lt. Newman Closes 28-Ytar Career >: > ": ''' ,r" ,: lf Tor' nN M1r ,'

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Jax-A former enlisted man He joined the Navy as a Medal, Navy Occupation Service > !,,' \_.: .
who worked his way up through seaman second class at the Great Medal 'European: Clasp,' ',"
warrant officer to become a Lakes Naval Training Center in EuropeanAfricanMiddleEastern -
commissioned officer in the Civil September 1942. lie was com- Campaign Medal;
Engineering Corps retired after missioned a lieutenant (jg) Korean Service Medal, United
28 years of active duty.Lt. March 20, 1963. Nations Service Medal and
..Lewis L. Newman, former He has served tours at the Vietnam ,Service Medal.
shops engineer and coordinatorfor Naval Station, Port Lyautey, r- :
the Public Works Department French Morocco; aboard USS USS: Roosevelt i,''"
maintenance, transportation and PC-580; with the 105th Construction ,"k ,
utilities divisions, retired Sept. Battalion; Amphibious Gets' New CO ,I'
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30. Construction Battalion Two; the '
a Rhine River Patrol in Weisbaden
1 Schiersteing, Germany; Disaster Capt. John E, Hansen relieved
:" ; Recovery Training Division,. Capt. Harry S, Sellers as com-
I I Mobile Construction Battalions manding officer of the USS I4
J"I" Four and One and the Con Franklin D. Roosevelt (CVA42)in ) ,,
1 1I struction Battalion Center at, a shipboard ceremony ,Oct. 3. S
Davisville, R.I. Guest speaker at the event was
i "' He has also served at NATTC VAdm. R.L. Townsend, com-
l Memphis, Tenn.; NATTC, mander Naval' Air- Force, U.S.
Jacksonville; Clarksville Base, Atlantic Fleet. ,
l Tenn.; NAS Cecil Field and NAS, Capt. Hansen is the Mayport, :
t Jacksonville. based attack, carrier's 28th
J Included among the many commanding'officer.. He'' was'
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awards he has won are the Navy commissioned an ensign in 1945 4 h .
Commendation and Navy after graduation, from the U.S.

I Lt. Newman accepts Mi. Achievement Medals with Naval Academy and served hit .. KKD wPNfy P9Gr.
retirement certificate from NAS Combat 'V,' American Campaign first tour of duty as fire control ........,.; .
CO Capt. John R. Kincaid. Medal, World War II Victory, officer aboard the battleship USS
Massachussetts '
J VMK beards out ti MM Jrertfl :*Mch' RMI$ Mk
The captain's' assignment squadron on their'rtcent deployment to, Fallen, Nev.
prior to assuming command of "
\ the Roosevelt was ''as 'com-
YELLOWCA68 manding officer of the USS VA-203 Returns
LaSalle (LPD-3)). "
Commissioned'' on October, 27, ,r
1945, the..Roosevelt'' ,will soon I Jax-Attack Squadron 203 VA.20sls commanded by Cdr. < ;..
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returned to the naval air station ,Wally Vance,of Jacksonville and ..
\ celebrate her 25th birthday. The .
its annual tw week it is of in ,
of from one I eight squadrons
Phone 354-5511 second of the Midway class
training tour,September 27.; Attack Carrier Air Wing Reserve '
carriers, she has seen .18
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commissioned ,
The newly 20 -,
Mediterranean cruises as well as
SERVING ALL OF JACKSONVILLE reserve, squadron, composed
service in the' western Pacific
of in, The reserve, air wing ,at NAS
RADIO DISPATCH primarily reserve personnel
JJg with the Seventh Fleet,where, she the Jacksonville and Miami Jacksonville :was established
flew than combat
t more 7,900, areas, deployed to the Naval earlier this year under the
"t support? missions ,Auxiliary Air Station in Fallen, command of Cdr. Robert'E, Holt
. Nev.. September 12 for extensive to increase combat readiness of
its, assigned reserve squadrons.CLIPpER.SIL.vERLIHE .
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
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NAS Jacksonville : for publication the following Thursday,, Ads .__. .. .. .. ......,.-.. -,- ",: -.- "
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NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE 'I.. published \the following week unless: the Monday, October 12
NAS: 'File of the Golden Goose' .
: publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check: or starring Yul Brynner' and, NAS: ''Flare;; Up' starring
I money order for the full cost of the ad must be .
\ Charles Grey. Color crime Raquel Welch and James Stacy.
4747 San Juan Avenue 1 I I. received WITH the copy for the ad. drama. 'GP' G. (105( mina)' Color crime drama. 'GP' G. ((95 ;'1
RATEi Minimum charge ((3 lines) 12.90
Jacksonville Hospitl;: 'Me, Natalie', starring mins.) 'I
Florida : Per additional,line ((4. ..words per line) SO'Centsi Patty Duke ,and James Faren- Hospital: 'Moonshine War' ,;.t\
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tino Color Comedy drama 'GP'. Tuesday, October ,\,

,-'.-- .. E. (Ill mins.) NAS: 'Twisted Nerve starring ;1

-_ FOR SALE Friday, October 9 Hayley Mills,and Hywell Bennet. ;'.

::\ "EMPLOYMENT: rt.,'>[il.r tj r; mmcll: : ,_;>_'Im "t1' ': i lust Two south)lots, each of Palatka 100x162, located at San one Mateo lot, NAS: Hot Rod Action' starring, Color,drama, 'GP' GJ ((116 mins.) ''.,
'Flare
y. from the water with water rights. Will an all-star cast. Color action.IG' Hospital: Up'NAS "
I sell separately or 'us one lot. 100 ft. G ((95 mins.)
SERVICE WIVES JUSTISS TRAILER PARK road frontage on each lot-oak, palm Hospital: 'File of the GoldenGoose' '.
and,citrus trees on lots. For further
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS
1 Qtr Mile '
No. of NAS clean modern ::
Information contact N.V Beard, 384'2448
Jobflnders 1372 Cassat. 387-5626,
or trailer and
Apts. 389-3007
1022 ,Park. Street 354-7888. after 5:00: p.m.SUWANEERIVKRLOT, Saturday, October, ',I.,

NAS: 'Norwood, starring Glen
KEY PUNCH OPERATORS MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLE High, Campbell and Joe Namath. ,
Shady Buy equity 389-8811) Color,,, !tt
Secretaries, Typists. Gen. Office (Azalea Mobile:Home Park) V mile'North Warren C. Stokes, Realtor.AUTOMOBILE comedy 'G' G,. ((96 mina:) t ,
workers Ladles you qualify for the of NAS, lots and rentals. Near' ie .r
I above, we need you for temporary & schools and shopping center Clean,, >x L$ $ Hospital: 'Hot Rod Action' "...
I part-tlme work. ,No fee. Call Jennie and reasonable, rates, Manager on ( f. !DJ"rB" !11i] t NAS Matinee:" ''Island of the "
premises. Children and pets welcome < < F'' '
i 7259400., Blue
Dolphins' starring Celia '
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6301 Roosevelt.' 384-6264. r 1,1
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Kaye and Anne Daniel Color ,.
FURNISHED adventure ((93 mins
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[i.t iJMJ., :,rgBfjiJ! t r 2 BR., ,Furn,., Heat, ft. AC. $100. No East''and West Coast..353.3691.! Sunday, October '" It* I
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singles. 5516 Alph.a've. 3881900.
J: 'Moonshine, War.
6S RED VW'BUG' starring Patrick McGoohan and, ,'I11N '"'" It9'.( ,NMMJ

BE A RADIO OR Re-built. 50HP engine. $795. Call 771- Richard Widmark, Color

TVANNOUNCERRecorded T : 2871. comedy, 'GP"V.G.(1\( t mans) .
'message by leading an
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour '. .. -- 44 MUSTANG'

355.2944; FOR SALE OR RENT 289 V-8, 3 In.the floor transmission,
1 RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your new sticker exc.',cond. 7332252. T1r! !
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS equity or let us rent your home
REPORTING IN Call or drop by,for
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape IMPALA CUSTOM2Dr.
players. At dealers cost to liquidate map, sales and rental list. Call'Powellor ., HT, AC PS, Disc Brakes' Bluew I
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Mills USN Ret.
2642411.
stock. Full warrantyl I,Phone 77 .0409. MILITARY ORANGE,PARK FREE REALTY NOTARY white overseas.vinyl top.Call Must 771-2871 tell after Transferred 6 SELLING US ED".CARS I

p.m.

Auto AIR AC.CONDITIONING, Central & Window SERVICE Units "'HIDDEN WATERS' 100% GUARANTEE

serviced and repaired. Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots GOOD SECOND CAR
Tylers Heating 8.Air Conditioning available. Excellent fishing, boating, 1962 Rambler American Coiw. New
4711' Palmer (Lake Shore) swimming. Mobile Home area. Also tires, new brake lOb, good cond. 264-
388.5161 permanent home area. High wooded 2176. 69 CHEVY Pick-Up $2395
lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake
.11.G Asbury on No. 209..La Rue 7253992... RENAULT With\'CAMPER ,SHELL
' WASHER AND DRYER Sedan uphol, Fact. '
4Dr., BS Vinyl
,,r,. Fast repair I and Installation. We FOR SALE Air, Like',new.. $1095.. Call Ext.,. 313 C-IOVa! Ton;, Long Wheelbase, Heavy duty step-
;,J specialize in home service.' 7812790.. or' Nice Home, By Owner, Westslde, Cecil FIeld*-Ho! e ph. 3881004. bumper,..R&H. Camper 1 Is Ins lated.,Extra sharp)
i 781-2404. Close to school, church, & stores. '
!i' 3BR., \Vi B., Cent. H. 2 air condo units, .. CAMARO $1900

LR drapes, fenced I back yd. VA Super Sport, V-8, Auto trans.., power steering, R&H.
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH mortgage $88.50 per mo $2,000

Wilford's Fish Camp-264.9707. equity. Ph. 786.2958.BEAUTIFUL 'HONDAMOTORS 68, RAMBLER SI 175

NEW HOME American, Auto trans., Factory Air, R & H.
GEORGE'S KENNELS Corner lot, unusually Ig. rms., ,3BR., & CYCLES CO.
70 KARMANN 6HIA $2395
Est. 1925; Dogs and Cats Boarded. 2B., Ig. walk-In closets fam. rm. "
4949 BLANDING BLVD.
carpet, blt In kit., well, dbl gar.' cent..
Available. '
Pick up & Delivery EMPI exhaust system Deluxe steering wheel and shift
H&Ad9.2 111th St. Louise T Bailey, PHONE 771-8244
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Grooming Mastercharge Defining 8. BankAmerlcard> Bathing. Broker: 7713605. lever, R&H. Under factory; warranty

accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 69 KARMANN GHIA $2195
Edgewood Crt, 3890064.
speed, R&H.

COIN-OP LAUNDRYDry 70 VW Station Wagon $2350Radio

cleaning &.Alterations. 30 cents and heater
wash "* 5 cents' dry. V. mile north NASIn YS
Yukon. Open 7 days a week. 68 VW Squareback $1795

FOR SALE J R&H. WW tires, New pain,, Extra Sharp)

Snare Drum,I Temp Pro *.$30. Craig 66 VW Fastback $1295
Tape Deck Including speakers $75.
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2648964. R&H, New Paint almost new engine.

243CAL. BROWNINGNew 65 'VW SEDAN $ags

Bolt action.: Hi-Power. 388.4963 seats wheels, 'R&H.
4 7f Pleated Meg .
after 4:30: p..m.
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Minnesota, or anywhere nearby. 69, ,FORD, LTD. .Station Wagon
Oct. 17-20. Will, share' driving ex.
pens s. Call: Arthur La Point. 7722493. I Inf 'Special Price!

FOR SALE .
40-inch electric stove good condition, 67 CAPRICE Station
Wagon
$50.Tele388.6298files; or week-ends. d' 'avr3 '

Loaded!
CLOTHINGSize oYk,,' r'Nvr3 : : '
Jr:7,2 Pant Suits 1 Skirt, 1 Suit, 5 tx
Winter' 8 2 Summer Dresses (Some 67 BUiCK ,Sportswagon
never worn)-AII $30. 1 all white floor
length evening gown, $20. Call 389-6471: Loaded!
,after 4:30: p.m. ;% II .
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2 BR, LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit.,
Air Cond. Parking for 2 cars off
6 Sewage "f WESTSIDE
,street Water, Garbage ,
Furn. $95. Unfurn..$115. Furn. (plus
'tax Weekends 389-0744.,
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3872541.,
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BRICK 3BR.,2B. VOLKSWAGEN INC. '
'J Full carpeted, tree shaded fenced ,
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yard, Cent.; H8.A, all drapery rods H
installed.'DuClay Golf.Course. $175 a 1150 LJM A,.., So. ..... 711.5511
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Open Daily 8to8:30. Saturday 8 to S.n .

MURRAY 2BR.HILL, Kitchen OBSTACLE?-Lending a feminine form to this stone wall is lovely Sunday 1 to 6 PM
equipped.Unfurn. 771-2877 House. or 389-4275. Jill Donohue. (Photo courtesy Universal Pictures) Jill] [ 1




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I' t'\ ,,' High series have been rolled by Thursday's competition, Sad
,/ VA-174 28, VA876. Don Ron Rasmussen ((603)), Art Waller Sam Del Vecchio tossed a 564 for What is 'Operation White Hat'?
: Jackson passed for all four ((235)), Bailey ((234, Wayne high series and was closely Navy Wives Clubs of America 121
.l' scores as the 'Hellrazors' Ruebling ((232)), Miller ((222)) and followed by Miller ((557)), Rich in cooperation with several other
;;{ continued their winning ways. 'Der Midget' ,((221)). Stilley ((550)) and Byrd ((550)). Navy Wives Clubs' in the
"'" The 4th quarter TD on an interception While attempting to make, a Owen had the high game for the southeast area, are collecting
by VA-87 was only the turkey, the ,Midget forgot to evening with a 202. white hats for a camp in
VA.11's 'WARRIOR' PN3 second time VA-174 had been release his ball and followed'' it The Ancient Mariners (CPOs), Moultrie, Ga.
Murray Zwlckel has been scored on this season. An early down the alley. Art Waller found winners of the Wednesday Night The camp is run by the South-
selected as VA-1i's 'Golden TD pass by VA-87 was nullified bya the antics of, bowling's clown League, have vacancies on their west Georgia Community Action
; Warrior of the Month' for September penalty. prince'so hilarious that he rolleda roster CPOs interested in Council It provides camping
VA-45, 25 VC-4, 7, After absorbing strike ,,, on the wrong alley bowling are requested to sign up experiences for about 240 un-
a 25-7 loss to VA-ei, a American League After three at the Club children of the
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HONI J...e531 revamped VA-45 team used a weeks of bowling, VA-66 and Golf southwestern area of Georgia.
1 I 1' fine running and passing game to AMD are tied for first. VMS No. They are taught swimming,
i I 1 power themselves past the 1 trails by one slim game. Hank In the CFMGA Bi .Weekly Golf nutrition, dental and personal
'Dragon flyersIn / Hall rolled high set ((615)), and Tournament, the blind partnerlow hygiene. Through donations- they
other games, VA-83 won a has offered to share the secret of net team of Steve Davis and are provided clothing, shoes and
( 1 pair of games, blanking VA-86, his success: 'Just heave the ball Al Hardison tied with Mel Staub three balanced mews a'day. For
1 1a4/.Ias1KNa, .T ., 32-0, and squeaking past DENT and watch the pins flyl'!, Sound and Al Champagne for first many, these items are a new
JACKSONVILLE, ft*. SttO4WANTED I Med 2420. Lt. Tom Smith's too simple! Len Eddleman holds place. Tyir low net of 140 led a experience. The camp runs for
1 III 'Rampagers' are looking better high game ((226)). Len stated thatif tight field of 28 golfers Scheduled four,weeks two weeks for boys
each week he rolls another,200 game he events for the future are as and two weeks for girls.
I USED CAMERAS'AND I VA-86 slipped past AMD, 16-6. might consider .turning pro. follows: The children are divided into
II EQUIPMENT WE PAY BOWLING The bantam sized Midget small groups'and assigned
II TOP DOLLAR 388-8535 : crowded: 'A fine league as 17 Oct. Scotch,>Ball Partner counselors. The counselors all
Cecil Field Men' Scratch: Two usual. The team from Dental 31 Oct. Four Man Team Blitz different colored hats. Thisis
wear
BRUVG THIS AD WITH YOU1.a.!: weeks of bowling in this fine two-' looks strong in handicap again 14 Nov. Association Championship -
,) ,,,__"'lIIIiIIII'.__._"', where the white hats enters the
t man scratch league has produced 199% out of a possible 200 pins. (Handicap picture. They are, washed and
28 Nov. Blind Bogey (Pick dyed in the different colors, then
your handicap) distributed to the children so
It Dec. Low Individual Net they can match the color to their
IMPORTED IMPORTED
ALFA,ROMEO IENAULT counselor. Thus, the counselor
r1 The Women's schedule has not knows her To the
group.
CAR PARTS been finalized as yet. children, it means also
PAITS.m Football practice for,the forth-
t mltla( l something of their very own.
coming 6ND tournament will Because the hats are dyed, it
commence Saturday morning at does not matter if they are soiledor
COMPLETE STOCK OF-- BOSCHwSTEBRO'IMPORTED'PARTS 9:30: a.m. Coach Don Jackson frayed.You will find membersof
y ? LUCAS expects to field one of the Cecil Field 121 at the base
y ACCESSORIES SUPPLIES' II 'I\ AMC -GIRLING ]strongest teams ever from the chapel on the second and fourth
't'' world of talent.. aboard Cecil Tuesdays of each month. There
Field. will be members at the commissary -
Interested persons stationed at and exchange on Oct. 16,
i I Cecil Field are requested to or watch for our sandwich sties.
h report to the football field at 9:30:
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reporting directly to the regional directors In each of CSC's 10 regions. The

,regional directors are the coordinators'' of the Federal EEO:program In their

respective areas, and the representatives will'assist them fulltime in fur

thering EEO activities in all areas of personnel management.

Selected after a nationwide z
talent search, six of the will be instrumental in moving specialist in the commission's :
representatives were employeesof the program forward at the Atlanta Regional Training,
other Federal agencies, three agency field installation level. Center, with experience in equal F -
were Commission employees and Regional EEO representatives employment opportunity, per 4
one was, recruited. from State will give special attention to sonnel management evaluation,
government. improving opportunities for, and as an EEO counselor. He
'Regional EEO representatives employees in lower level jobs received his B.S.:, degree from tr Pi PiA
will be able to guide and assist fl. '.i\ r1"
Representative for the Atlanta Fort Valley State College'and his, "
Federal field managers in applying region Frank E. Matthews, 35, Masters in Education from '
policies prescribed, by former, employee development Mercer, University.
President Nixon under Executive
Order 11478/' Chairman Hampton
said 'The success of the,Federal 26 Civilians Retire
for
program equal employment
opportunity hinges largely on
what is done at the job site and in Jax-Twenty-six civilians have metalsmith helper; William B. .
communities':where government retired from the Naval Air Kori, airframes mechanic; RECEIVES PROMOTION-Jaini. HtMterslMt.. a eowMMiftr... at
offices,shops andlaboratoriesare Rework Facility in the past few Marian P. Hart steno secretary; Data Processing Department,receives a certificate promoting him to :
located.' By being close at hand, monthssix, of,them having more, and Edwin F,, Hubbard, air- OS-4 from Data Processing Officer, Cdr; R.L. Williams, while ,his
the regional EEO representative than 30 years of Federal service frames worker supervisor,. W.B.; I King I looks on.
Capt. D.H Heile, ,NARF commanding 'Aircraft examiner Robert R.
officer, presented eacha Creech completed 27 years and
AMERICAN NARF plaque. Charles J..Howard and RichardP
ALL!
Retiring '''after more than 40 Feagle (both airframes I I QLES ALEPRICES TO, ...
MOTORSHAS years of military and civilian mechanics)i completed 28 years.
service with the Navy is Pattie R., John S. Sail, Jr., also an air-
THE ORIGINAL Roqey, ,an airframes' mechanic.He frames mechanic,retired after 29 'NEW & USED FURNITURE, ;APPLIANCES
ALL AMERICANECONOMY served 20 years of active duty years at NARF. NEW ,& USED'TV SETS
in the Navy' and 20 with.NARF, Others who retired include NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES
John W Baird Jr., foreman Theron Byrd, aircraft NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS
aircraft metalsmith,retired after metalsmith; Ernest E. Hughes, AIR CONDITIONERS
CONCEPT more than 31 years of Federal foreman, (leadingman) air- Hrs;9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come In& BrovmWESCONNET '
service 20 years with the Navy''' frames mechanic; Claude
;,",, PRICE WISE! and 11 at NARF. Bennett, ,,hel eraAEM,3rdStep,, ;/ FURNITURE CO
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J. "' j ., .Elmer ,Osteen'completed '
STMItmWKE, ; H. 31 and Noma ,iE, 'Moody, aircraft'
\ 'tHE FUN'cAR'f years of, civilian service and metals worker,
N,; retired after 11 years at NARF..
; ,. I. He ,was an engineering drafts' ,,- .. .
man. Osteen plans to teach'
instrumental music,and devote
,more time to the Florida National
Guard in his retirement. y.
James N Walker, airframes ,
mechanic' completed 32 years of
military and civilian service and d' kr
John ,J,' Wensten, planner and I
'GREMLIN estimator (airframes:mechanic)
completed more.than 34 years of
6 Critter[EH! !*135 H.P. combined: military and civilian \
.Brill.. sSabcs 153 Sq.Is. service.
e T Cirde32JFtOilaeVSvsraI % ,David Jones, ah airframes
_n.r mechanic helper,. completed 22
.Cat_tti35LbI years, and Owen, .L. Cribb,
.EeesemyMest23M.PJYS..ItAte' production controller, and Clyde

.. ., :S.Boxx,aircraft electrician. ,both
completed 23 years. Y
Completing 24 years are helper r
SOUTHSIDE pipefitter Joseph Hills,
production dispatcher Bishop H.
AMERICAN Gardner and instrument
I mechanic: Arthur J.- ,Thomas.
oi inn ly
Nettie 0. Taylor, upholsterer,
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Ii CSC Proposes New White-Collar Salary System .:

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/ The U. S, Civil Service sibility to consult with employee 2. Extend the comparability terms. Congress would monitor the
Commission has submitted to organizations on specific matters concept embodied in the 1962 and policies, and practices embodiedin
Congress an administration relating to salary adjustments.: 1967 pay laws and thereby keep ResponsibilitiesThe the proposed law, and would
proposal for an Improved, permanent Further, it provides for review of Federal workers' pay comparable enact changes in the law as
system for adjusting the these actions by an impartial with salaries paid by Office of Management and members deem necessary. If in
salaries of Federal white. collar body which will resolve any employers outside of govern Budget and the Civil Service any year the President deter
employees. remaining issues or which will ment. Commission would continue to mines that the adjustment
The proposal gives the recommend to the President the 3. Reduce to a maximum of six serve jointly as the President's required by the law is not appropriate -
President the responsibility for means for resolving such issues.As months the time lag between a agent. They would consult fully because of a national
making annual adjustments in submitted to Congress the pay survey and the effective date with employee organizations on emergency or economic con-
pay in conformity with policies proposal would: of a Federal salary adjustment. BLS salary survey coverage, ditions affecting the general '
: approved by Congress and based 1. Afford an appropriate role to 4. Create an advisory com- comparability methods, and welfare, he must notify Congress ;
on surveys conducted by the the President, the Congress and mittee on Federal salaries, an results, and would recommend of the alternative action he '
Bureau of Labor Statistics. the Federal employee impartial body of three non salary adjustments to the proposes to take. Congress would '
i The proposal places upon the organizations in the setting of government members appointedby President.The then have the opportunity to
t President's agent the respon pay. the President to serve six-year Advisory committee would approve or disapprove his
review annual recommendationsof ''proposed action. Should the '
the Civil Service Commissionand Congress disapprove, the
f 1f the Office of Managementand President would have to make
Let fheWANTADS Budget,consider the views of the adjustment called for under
I employee organizations, Federal the permanent law.
officials and other experts on the Federal employee
; analysis and pay proposals in the organizations would be consulted
: 'k CSC '. OMB report, and recom- fully on survey coverage, the .
mend to the President the actionhe salary comparison process, and
.h should take on the schedules the adjustments required to
recommended. achieve comparability with '
The President would adjust private enterprise salaries. .
I'I schedules and report his action to
the Congress before '''October 1 Time Frame and
.' each year. He would furnish to Effective: Dates
Congress the reports and
I J recommendations of CSC-OMB, At present, surveys of salariesin
: Ji4 i and the advisory committee. the private sector are con-
ducted by BLS at of the end of
I mor, June each year. Following this
14 POOL TAILES2IARS time frame,for the present, the

proposal provides that Federal ,
:) I 100 MIRRORS & PAINTINGS salary I adjustments would be
made January of 1971 and 1972. ..'
1 JAX'S LARGEST LOUNGE Beginning in 1972, the BLS ..
MEET ME ATTHEOFFICF. survery would be moved up to the
1i Spring, and adjustments would ....
IT SWINGS. be made in October, six months

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Ifrti: by Paul MahlaLast ,

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week II right 2 wrong Season 73.2 percent __ "r-


This is indeed, a sad week for Alvarez and RB's Rich and
college football, The tragic air Durrance should keep everything
crash of the Wichita State team honest up front.This game shouldbe ,
plane, is a severe loss to the touch and go for four quar,
players'families and loved ones. ters I like Florida only because
It is a severe loss also to those of they have played against better r va
us who realize the special l quality than FSU so far > 1 a C"Z'

qualities these young men and KANSAS AT KANSAS STATE
their coach possessed. Self
discipline, dedication, unity, and The championship of the Wheat d 3
State is' also up for grabs this
of
singleness purpose, are some
weekend. Kansas State won a < .
of the
qualitites we are talking
close one over Colorado last week
about. When many of the young
in this and showed some of their pre-
people country today,
season promise. Kansas has been
seem bent on tearing down the
so-so and they don't have a QB
principles which have,made this
to match Kansas
Lynn Dickey
country great, one can realize State to win its second straight NARTU linemen puts past rush on Marine QB Bill Irylnt.'t
how special the loss was of these
young men. My thoughts go backto Big Eight victory.
September'of 1969 at FSU's OHIO STATE AT Martu Clobbers Marines 28OPa' '
Doak Campbell Stadium. Wichita MICHIGAN STATE :

State was the Seminoles opponentfor The Bucks begin their quest of
their home opener that year. the Big Ten championship at Jax ,.. NARTU's 'talented ComFair 18, 979th 9: ComFair the airmen; The new' l league ''
FSU won that game 24-0, but I East Lansing. Last week they lost quarterback Wayne Maridana climbed into the American leaders had a slim e-8 lead at the 'j

remember well, watching the first quarter, but ,won 'the marched his squad 63 yards in League's* ff-n top spot._. with i ,win overt half.
Wichita,State in a pouring rain other three against Duke., Ohio eight plays following the kick off
late in, the 4th quarter never State is doing what everyone said Thursday to score a touchdownand
giving up playing as though they they would, play great defense start the training squad to a GNiT'
were only 1 point from, victory and produce many points. Coach 28-0 win over previously' 'unbeaten ''
instead of 24 And now, many of Daugherty's :offense has yet to Marine Barracks
these same young men have been jell, and this will not be the weekto The win puts the Marines and PLAZA
laid to rest. Yes it was a special experiment. Ohio State to win NARTU in a two-way tie for the '
loss but consider for a moment, by 14,1. top spot in the station's National loanl St.tl.. .Miif
what they have left their con SOUTH CAROLINAAT League intramural race; Thur d ytundiYTUNE.UP

temporaries to emulate.PITTSBURGH NORTH CAROLINA NARTU took a 14-0 halftime leadas
AT NAVY four players picked up TD's in
will decide the
This ball game the win John Flair, Dave
Pittsburgh well,have the
may ACC championship., If N.C can Harden Ed Graves and Bill 'SPECIAL
,
beginning of a respectable (
year win this one at home, they shouldbe Borries. -j-7: ,
under way they are now 2-1, the :home free in'the conference.
loss being a close one to UCLA. They won a Ught.game last week In other games:
Two years ago this school had ,against Vandy ,while South i i
people turning down their head Carolina bounced back against FICEUR IS, MARTD 0: Tom 00
coaching position Enter Carl 'VPI This one went 14-6 for the Bass scored a pair of six pointersand 4
DePasqua; he rolled up his Gamecocks last year. Look for a Mike Glenn/added one for '
sleeves' and the Panthers went 4-6, 'close game 'again'this year>with insurance.. :; SUE ', a aI11J11
last year. This season they' 6 VA- .
the Tar Heels on top. COMMUNICATIONS jilli :"
returned 31 letterman and 13 In the East Penn State will try 203 0: Henry,Lamb scored the 11
starters which includes AllEastLB to get back on the winning track lone TD in the opening half as I.qbj : ., ,
Cindrich and FB Tony against Boston College. The Communications squared its I "' ,
Esposito who gained 755 yards C Adjust Carb. ,
Nittany Lions by 9. The Air Force season record at 4-4. "
rushing in 201 attempts. The plays Tulane and the Falcons Air Ops 6, VW'4 0: Lucius Timing & Points
offensive line is green, but the seem to' get better each week. Boddie'sparked Air Ops'first win ALL CARS ,
receivers and the defensive front They will be tested by the in the current campaign with a f
four are accomplished The Greenies but should win by' 10. TD, late in, the second half. GRANTS
Middies are now looking at a long Auburn meets, Clemson, and the Hospital 6, FICEUR 2: A
season after the rout at War Eagles are going to have a scoreless tie after the first half, PERMANENT
Washington last week. Coach say about the SEC championship Rester Bryan invaded
Forzano, also in his second year this' season. Clemson has the FICEUR's end zone for the ANTI FREEZE
was looking, to last year's first home field, but Auburn has the'horses. game's only,.TD, Dick Iovino was L Gram
underated Plebe team' in six ,' War Eagles by 14. credited with a safety in a losing FREE,
years to add depth and quality.So Michigan; travels to Purdue for effort. ,
far he is still looking. The an important" Big Ten game. VP-45 30, VP 5 0: The Red INSULATION
defense is a puzzle, as",15 let- Purdue pulled'major upset by Darters built up a 24-0 halftime
termen returned to this unit. :Yet beating Stanford last week, while lead in downing winless VP 5. iS.! A quality ytar-around
in 31 games they havesurrendered Texas A-M scared Michigan. Thisis Troy Hammons, Joe Bretton, antl-fretzt which'' also
!over 120 points. Last a head up game and I will go Randy ,Parmley and Howard : i acts as a coolant Get
season they averaged 30.7 for the with Purdue,on the home'',field. Mullholland all scored TD's for : yours'now be,ready for
season. If this situation isn't The TV game of the week is the the Darters. freezing weather.
reversed soon, Navy,may, again Annual Texas Oklahoma classicat MATSG 16, 979th 0: Aviation
have another 1-9 season. Pitt will Dallas The Sooners will be Marines Tom Edwards and Bill
put them at 1-3 this Saturday. well prepared having been open Vlahos were the offensive starsas 13)LIIMMENT
,FLORIDA AT'FLORIDA STATE last week; 'Texas' was hard- MATSG improved its recordto

,The biggest ball game of the pressed to beat UCLA, but, you 53.
year in the state of Florida takes can be surethey will be ready for VA-2031, VP 50: Decides on N.1 uj.
place this Saturday at this annual 'War'. Oklahoma has the penetration rule following a :
Tallahassee. This will be a been a pleasant; surprise this scoreless contest.
critical point in the' season for season, but 'against Texas they _
will have to playa near perfect
these teams as both have been r
lackluster so far. Florida State's game. I don't think the Longhorn SPECIAL
offense is still;after 3 games ,a. !defense will allow' this. Texas by Jax s GreatestFURNITURE
question mark, Coach Peterson' 7 And finally, a most important t t <.; Align Front End
has statedthat histeam must win Big 8 clash at Lincoln, Nebraska: ;< w; Pack Front Wheels
a big game soon. He has decided,! 'Coach Dan Devine's Missouri Values! .;i Adjust Brakes, '
on QB Frank Whigham .and,with, ,Tigers meet the surging Huskers w Spin Balance And
1% games under his belt, he of Nebraska. If I could pick' a WHOLF'jAI E Rotate ,Wheels
should show more confidence this game this weekend to attend, this PRICE TO E VLRYONF ...
it. One of these REG. 24.50 VALUE
one would be
week. The running game must be 1
established to aid his passing and teams will be the Big 8 champion, -,
this shouldn'tbe and this game could well decide
against the Gators, /Nowl $1688'
difficult.) : FSU's defense is who it is to be. Both' teams have

respectable, and should they, balance, depth, and excellent 411
contain Florida's QB John coaching, Nebraska gets the nod
Reeves, will probably decide the here in a close, hard-fought ball
ball, game. Florida must show game. 71llZnM KNOWN FOR VALUES
more snap and hustle than they
did against North Carolina State.
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Warrant Officer Ken Cochran
ended NAS Jacksonville's two
week dominance by winning the
third week Jax Air News.

Latwinger You Pick-Um grid .
e.i
contest.

Cochran posted a 9.1 mark, .
slipping by VW-4's YN1 John lea 1
I } Coleman with his 31.24'guess on a r
r dr. R t'Y the outcome of the Mississippi. e''
A1 Alabama game. Coleman figuredit t +, p : ii .
to be 3117. Both missed the "

Tulsa vs. Memphis State clash, %<
as did about 80 percent of last < s' ;!

week's contestants.An .
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had posted 8.2 ballots in the first 'om- \(>J:{;'
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two weekly contests.It :
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was the second week in a row Jt\ .:
that a Hurricane Hunter had lost .t,
out on the tie breaker. VW-4's Lt.
SIGN UP .. NAS Jax golf pro Joe McDonald (I) signs up Dave
R.E. Brooks finished second a
r P i. r 6 r s i Sweeney, one of the 128 local golfers that will be playing In thisweekend'lannlyersat'V
week earlier, and, YN2 Jimmy
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golf tournament the station.
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Summers of the same squadronwon
( b9 the initial contest.
tl0ea ;: Sixteen You Pick-Um contestants .
eight at Jax and eight, 128 Tee Off SaturdayIn

PRACTICE NJST Coach Victor Abrahamian, goes over workout at Cecil came up with 8.2 marksin
schedule with squad members Jane Slemmons, Carol Kanlosky and the third week's balloting of

Nancy Alexander.Forty. grid guessers. Links InvitationalJax


Try for lax SwII im TeamThe -' Retired Master Chief Quillen, Len Pavelka John
Petty Officer Al Miller will be out Kennedy, Gen. J. P. Stapleton.
to defend his '1968 'title as 128 10:12: -- Charlie Davis, Al
Jax-Forty youngsters work outs in preparation for youthful swimmers churn golfers tee off Saturday in the 36 Hospers, Jack Shelly Earl Kelly
'reported to camp' last week as upcoming winter, developmentthe up water at the.indoor pool .for hole, NAS Jacksonville anniversary 10:20': '- Bill Crement Art Ken-
Navy Jax Swim Team began meets. two hours each evening and ,tournament. field, Fred Fussell, Bob Huskey
Saturday mornings under the Miller, 47, put together a 35-41- 10:28: -Norm Clive, Joe McAleer
guidance of Victor Abrahamian, 76 to win the 1968 affair, finishingtwo Len Wallace, Jake Morris.
team coach.A strokes ahead 'of Frank Sixthlight; 10:36: .- Walt
native of Iran, Coach Scruby Last year's tournament Avery, V. L. Micheel, Gary
Abrahamian urges the same zeal was rained out. Another contender Steiger,Richard Schweizer. 10:44:
from his team members that he 'for'championship honors Ed 'Sapp, R. L. ,Watson, Ed
showed in developing himself into will be retired Captain' Frank Kregloski, Joe.Vaughn, 10:52: -
one of Iran's top swimmers. He Heyer winner of the 1966 and 1967 Ernie,Taylor, Al Kirkland, J. P.
was a member of the Iranian titles.A Drechler, Cy Simpson. 11 .. Walt
water polo team that competed in practice round will be Schub, Dick McCorkle, Wade'

,the 1964 Olympic games. in Tokyo. allowed Friday,and a buffet will Rizk,.Guy. Ponder. ,.
Learning to swim at seven, the' close the .tournament Sunday it "
youthful team coach started afternoon, along'' with the First Tee:
"nagy. swimming competition at.11 and presentation of awards.

1 R won top honors in Iranian Pairings and starting times for First Flight: 9 Joe Van-
national swim meets. Saturday: Vactor, Ray Barnett, George
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Potential NJST'cemhe11Nr1 The coach came to Jackson Tenth Tee: Mullins, Fred Miller. 9:08: Curt
ville In 1966 and enrolled at Championship flight: 9-Frank Thurmond, Bob Smith, Tom

WE CAN PROVE IT! Florida Junior College. The Navy Scruby, Jack Allen, Guy Durant, Shepperd, Mike Hollak. 9:16: -
Jax Swim Team has been under Frank Heyer. 9:08: Jim Kinder, George Herider, Larry Gillam,
his guidance for the past two and Bob Bicker, Scott Mills, Al Joe Brinkley, George McCarthy.
( one half years.Currently Miller, 9:16: John MaBanta,
:, Hirtpan Motors has the 9:24: Mayor Tanzler, Adm.
a psychology majorat' Walt Kelczewski, Bill Maran-
Heyworth, Rod Pinney, Morley
,Largest and Cleanest Selection of Jacksonville University, his ,ville, Clint Floyd. 9:24 Bill Vail

UsedVW's, in Jacksonville philosophy and coaching Bernier, Pat Grosskopf, Dave Third',night: 9:32: George
technique has produced a team of Sweeney, Richard Bailey,
ALL CARS GUARANTEED Fowler, Comer Perryman, 0.' E.
outstanding competitive Secondlight: 9:32: Frank'Kadel
Myers, Bill' Wright. 9:40: Gary
swimmers. ,Bob Page, Barry Goettlicker, Gene McDonald, J.
65 VW 895HIREPAN The Jax swim team is open to Williamson, Jack,Willey 9:40: K..Cooke, Blake Holland. 9:48: -
everyone and perspective Don Onstott Adraln Poulin, Ken Burdett Houck, Ed Walker, Guy
members are invited to try out at Nield, John O'Loughlin. 9:48: .. Battiste, Mike Boyett 9:56: -
any daily practice at the indoor Bob Reynolds, Jim Phillips. Ralph Ghioto, Charlie Kilburn,
MOTORS pool. Active duty personnel of all George Harris,Del Burton.9:56- : Hugh Bush, Bill Leonard.
brances of the armed services as Jim Potter, Bob Watkins, John FfthlIght: JO:04.. Donlohnon
well as dependents can take a
Andrews, Dan Conroy.
Marvin Duncan
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New Z-Grams Bring More ', You PickUrnName




Changes In Regulations Rank-Title'


Duty Station Phone No.,,._
Jax-Working to up-date Navy an annex where young officerscan Leave Grants
policies in conformance the listen and dance to the tunesof For Deployed PersonnelThe
needs of today's military per- 'hard rock' bands, an en- (Team listed first is visitor) '

sonnel, ,Adm Elmo R. Zumwalt tertainment practice never Chief of Naval Operations'latest

Jr., chief of Naval Operations, before popularized at Navy '0 word concerning leave, OKLAHOMA __TEXAS ,t. ':
has issued a number of regulation Clubs.In grants for personnel on r ",'
changes and adjustments, len- deployment is this; 'Com-
ding foremost consideration to another move to give junior manding officers are authorized FLORIDA FLORIDA, STATE._ .. '
the Individuality of Navy men, officers more recognition and 'and encouraged to grant up to

and women; experience scheduled the new CNO 'has five percent of their assigned OREGON._ UCLA _... +
a shiphandlers com- -- 'J,
personnel to be on leave while r
petition to next ;t
ModernizationThe commence deployed. This leave be in '
January.The contest will be opento CONUS or outside the may area of OHIO STATE'MICHIGAN STATE _-.;L
admiral has noted that all line officers in the grade of deployment ,as the Individualmay "t"
lieutenant commander and ,
although the condition of BOQ's below, except commanding of, elect. This percentage may HOUSTON__ _, MISSISSIPPI ,STATE __
and BEQ's has,been improving in be increased to 10 percent as soon
ficers and lieutenant
recent years through con- com- as the ship command begins its
struction, and remodeling, theNavy's manders serving as executive return to CONUS/ MISSOURI NEBRASKA.. .__._.....:oJ 4
officers.Winners will be awarded
bachelor do not
'afford their'inhabitants quarters many of their choice of assignments such Exchange and Commissary TENNESSEE. GEORGIA, TECH.: .__ ,:. ,
the conveniences and priveleges as ship type; homeport; Advisory Board
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enjoyed by personnel living in destroyer school PG study; area .. ... ', :
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KANSAS KANSAS"TATE. .
of CONUS shore duty'and '
base housing or private rentals., Concerning the Navy Exchange ..(<1 "(
also '
will
To remedy the situation he has overseas duty. They and,Commissary stores, PROS ;
receive a' letter of ,
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made a:written appeal; to I,Navy mendation. ;com Adm. Zumwalt congratulates the :iJ't 1

personnel on 'all levels and to improved :management :and ''BALTIMORE _' HOUSTON! \\1 .
commanding officers in par- 'operation which these stores .I
ticular asking them,to contribute Reenlistment,Formalities \, have increasingly gained.
their efforts and ingenuity to the However, he contends that'thereis MINNESOTA __,_,_,_ CHICAGO:. ,j;
cause. He has also instituted Recognizing the, symbolic still room for improvement,
several 'changes to traditional, value of Navy, customs and,. and has recommended' I'that the Tie Breaker: Predict final. score between Oklahoma
Navy policy which aim to make traditions, Adm.' ,,Zumwalt has stores, form customer' relations and Texas. Indicate winners In other games by a check

Navy men feel freer and more 'at called the,attention of all com, programs to accomplish! this goal. mark. Ballot boxes are located In Galley One and ,the I

home in ,their quarters manding officers to ,that ,Important Such programs are already in Main Exchange at NAS Jax and Cecil Field., :, '.

moment in the career ,use at many naval installations,
More, Consideration enlisted man's life, the and are ,,operated by advisory n
Of Junior Officers reenlistment ceremony,, boards whose' twofold mission is ; AD WITH YOU
'The admiral feels that to improve communications
The' interests of the Navy'syoung '
reenlistment 'ceremonies shouldbe between management and FRiES '

Zumwalt junior observes officers have, Adm been, formal occasions with special patrons, and to identify and LUBE WITH
,; honors accompanying for' the respond to customer complaints.
sorely overlooked by many of the reenlistee. His suggestion for
commissioned officers clubs I in raising the status of these Advisory board members in- OIL CHANGE & FILTER ,
operation around the Fleet, and ceremonies include: ((1)) cOn-. elude representatives of tenant, ";,
he has offered several, 'sidering the reenlistee's desires commands, detachments, fleet
suggestions as to how the clubs'' when determining the time' and commands in the area, wives Oil Change $2
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can gear, their acitivities to appeal place of the ceremony; ((2)) clubs and other appropriate
more to the under-SO set. having the CO, XO or'some officer management,and,organizational *6
,He has:} encouraged the clubs to chosen by, the ,reenlistee personnel. The admiral has Oil Change & Filter I. '
permit casual attire in at least perform the ceremony; ((3)) pointed out that those who utilize I ,
one room, and on'air stations to providing photographic coverageof these facilities most are the lower LUBE SERVICE INCLUDES, : Includes Parts:: .' ,
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permit flight suits in a special the event whenever possible; grades of married officer and CHECK BATTERY WATER- "
section of the club The admiralhas ((4)) extending invitations to the enlisted personnel and those with CHECK BRAKE FLUID
also recommended that of and friends of; the large families, and that, these ,
family CHECK POWER STEERING FLUID (If P-S.),
ficers clubs hold weekly socials,' should be adequately
reenlistee and providing transportation groups LUBE DOOR STRIKERS A HINGES
inviting select groups of young represented on the boards.
for them when .. CHECK TRANSMISSION FLUID '
ladies to attend unescourted. In a
necessary; and ((5)) conducting a CHECK DIFFERENTIAL''GREASE,
special experiment with con brief social gathering with CHECK TIRES "". ,. .,
temporary music,he has orderedthe refreshments ,after the, CHECK EXHAUST SYSTEM ,
commissioned officers clubsat TrafficViolations v ,
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ceremony. M CHECK SHOCKS ,
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five'naval facilities to
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CAREER, ''OPPORTUNITIES! '.. ALL ABOVE PLUS, TAJCTUNEUP t ,

ACCOUNTING COMP" PROGRAM jax-The following is a report of ( Minor) ,1''

BUSINESS MGMT TRAFFIC & TRANS. motor vehicle accidents and ,
LAW L.L.B. HOTEL & MOTEL traffic violations for the period of

LaSalle Extension,AND 12 MOREl!, UniversityA This Sept.week 2127.Number of Accidents 10 I I8_ Cyl '2195' 6 Cyl I $17'95 i


CORRESPONDENCE INSTITUTION This week a year ago 13 TUNE-UP INCLUDES: ,1

Total accidents this year 246 CHECK COMPRESSION ..
K.DAVIS juPuWra "L. WELCH Total accidents through this CLEAN and-or: REPLACE PLUGS ,(t I

Every ,Thurs: 0900.1400 p&fW Tues: 1100.1300 period last year 828 ADJUST and-or REPLACE POINTS AND CONDENSER' ,
NAS. JAX Wr&W Mayport NAVSTA. Total number of days since last SET DWELL and TIMING'' r,
BLDG.,200 E.S.O. ajjjjriX BLDG. 53 ESQ. injury in 'a' 'motor,* ADJUST CARBURETOR" 't'
764-9452 vehicle accident 2 INSPECT FAN BELTS \)
744.8218 ANYTIME CLEAN BATTERY CABLE '?\
Number of days since an injury a
last year at this time 124 CHECK BATTERY WATER ':';
p3' 'aNNNNNIINNNNNIeIeMMIIMNNNMNIINMNNIINIIN' 'Number of Violations CLEAN PC VALVES AND CHECK AIR CLEANERS -J
rca 'SUNNYthe ,,1,1'TUNE

f / Singing Waitress This Speeding week 50 12 -UPMajor( ) :


s; '' h HMUMMNNHNHHMNWNHWNIMNINHIHIMHNSPECIAL Cocktail I r .RATES Hours. FORSERVICEMEN. 5.8:30' .. Other Going Reckless Violations through driving stop; sign 28 7 3 18 Cyl .:$3350' '6:: Cyl26j; 1 '



Twenty-eight drivers appeared Tunt-up Include all of above plus Overhaul Carburttor ,:
66 t $6.00 before the Traffic Hearing Boardon PRICE FOR 'TUNE UP GOOD ON ALL AMERICAN',CARS' 4. ':<
per person October 1. Disposition of the Except High' Performance''Engines' *PINs| Tax'' a

double occupancyEntertainment cases included the following: OFFER ON ALL,ABOVE SERVICE EXPIRE 0.31.70. 'I rA'i

,I Lounge & Dine ..t81Itr' Twelve lost driving and :?$('i: ..<>:::::::: '
nltely, except Sunday B..utlful Quarterdeck rooms with TV",Direct Dial parking privileges aboard the J
Seafood Restaurant, 250 six r
Undercover Parking station for, various periods; :
Pool. Free ROBERTXi1
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were assigned to complete an :: : ',
eight-hour course in remedial :::: \

I driving; ten received suspensions CHEVROLETOLDSMOBIWWWWWHMWUHWU, .I
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I'i' two were dismissed; twelve were 264-4502
Green Cove Springs, Telephone Jmx
fined (U.S. Commissioner) and
;i' MOTOR HOTEL, ;

i i'i i'I 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 none manding were officers referred for to possible com !.. III SstnfcFtr SERVICE ",'
all of Interest
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facilities will be those that; are additional temporary lodging' ,
directly concerned witty ,Improviefi expansion' .J parking' facilities,
the ',working, recreation construction( of locker'facilities
and /;living conditions of Navy and (Improvement 'In welfare and
some ... people .I', ;' recreation' facilities. Some of the
In brder to lessen the housing! construction, and, renovation: '

By pear Admiral Heyworth problem, and, to' ov&omet4t+e projects wW( jbe accomplished by
_. poor Conditions sometimes found Seabees,. and...'ome: will .be' done".
in ',mobile home parks,, 'con. by other*naval personnel.
(Editor's tote.' RAdm. Lawrence Hey worth' ,Jr. is rate; struction will soon begin: '1 to I feel these programs Ire long

commander Fleet Air Jacksonville. As such, he is the Liberalised post-deployment provide| spaces and utilities''f r "overdue,.and deserve all the help
immediate senior in the chain and on-deployment leave policy;, Navy: personnel? to park, their that we can muster.I continue to
j of command above
the More liberty and leave for trailers, aboard our naval installations take a great! deal of personal
commanding officers of the Naval Air Stations ship's company.One (As an aside on interest in these matters, and you
Jacksonville, Cecil Field and Albany, Ga., and Naval of the most Important housing matters', I am extremely can expect to 'see welcome inv
Station Mayport He also has command authority over programs Is\, one intended to pleased to note that NAS Jax has provements occurring,around

the naval aviation squadrons and wings (other than improve the habitability of the' ,established,Just inside the main you in ,,the near future,
reserve) based at these 'various stations., )) shoreestablishment., As soon as gate, a very convenient and Very I would also, like :to see
Construction Battalion personnelcan much needed Housing Referral suggestions from our military,
As most of you, may have Civilian clothe aboard some be made available (and thisis Office, where new arrivals can civilian and dependent personnel
I heard, our new Chief ,of Naval in progress now) a great deal of, get the latest word on what is along these lines. If there are
I'; Operations, Admiral Zumwalt, ships Air for POl's; service effort will be expended toward available in the local market) improvements we can make. '
has begun a'new' and con charter fordependents building' new facilities and aboard our own stations, let's get

centrated effort to improve' theNavy's Meritorious; advancement in rejuvenating others. These Other projects envisioned 'are with it.
'People Program. I'd
like to use this column today to''
explain to you what is behind the

program, and how we are goingto

accomplish. ,
Admiral Zumwalt has 'noted

that retention the rate Navy's is much personnel too low. So : Imagine what you ,

low, in fact, that getting people to
'ship over' is the number one : can do with $20,000WIN ..
problem facing the Navy today.

THE'$20,000.00'' FIRST PRIZEWhat -
:: An important reason that more ,
;, people don't extend their 9",4: & THEN DECIDE!
;' enlistments Is i that we have (

allowed ourselves to concentrate t I r J a What would you.do?,Buy the home of your dreams..

:, too much on hardware' and '' buy a yacht.take a trip around the world. ,or a ,",,. '
:' operational considerations at the'' safari in Africa Win the first prize-then do what you, .', ,. ,
expense the hardware of the people whoop'rat.' 1x' wish. Enter Lever'Brothers' Military Sweepstakes.,, ,' [ ? ."
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The Nayy is now, however, 'r' ; better your chances to win by sending. in as many entriesas
itself 'from you want See rules below
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gearing top t ,
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on on Improving'the Lk
lot of our people. Programs
already underway are outlined in r I :
a series of ''what, we, call 'Z- bra 0iN : : I't '
: grams,' or messages from Admiral l',11 S \1'I
I Zumwalt which set forth
\ policy and guidelines Typical '
subjects are .1,11l\\\Y I
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