Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 15, 1970
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( 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 )
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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HaPPY Birthday! '" '


NAS Jax Celebrates 30th AnniversaryJax

Today NAS Jacksonville celebrates modified from primary to operational and the "

another birthday to mark the day, 30 years ago, schools have been incorporated into the Naval )
when the 3400-acre naval complex was first Air Technical Training Center. 1

commissioned Jacksonville is an operational, repair and
A On July 18, 1939, after; a preliminary in supply activity and the center of a sprawling
vestigation to establish a 'southwestern naval airbase Navy complex which includes the carrier and .
,' Duval County citizens passed a $1 million destroyer basin at Mayport, a master jet base at I "

bond issue to purchase land near Black Point on Cecil Field and the industrial center at the ,j.' :
$thk the St,Johns River for the air station and land at station. \ '
\ Mayport for the'future carrier basin. Altogether there are more than 40 separate ;
Fifteen months later the Jacksonville Naval commands at NAS Jacksonville, each 'i:;' I'
,Air Station was commissioned with Capt. Charles on the air station for support. These include the ;1:. 'Ma

P Mason as'the first commanding officer and Army and Air Force, the Naval Hospital and the ..
NAS Jacksonville became the only military NATTC which teaches about 5,000 students a I"
*k* [ installation' the nation to be established by year. .. ,j
direct consent of the people. ,There is also the Naval Air Rework Facility "
Since then the air station has grown from a few one of seven rework facilities In the Navy, and( IJ
buildings and dusty dirt roads into the sprawling one of the largest military industrial complexesin

t N i 0 industrial complex it is today. Florida second only to Cape Kennedy '
WMNW.gyeixry In its earlier years NAS Jacksonville served as The station also supports several patrol ::-

CEREMONIES. Capt. Charles P. Mason a training base for pilots and crewmen during squadrons for the Navy's, antisubmarine, \S
reads his orders making him the first commanding officer of the World War II, and a special training unit knownas warfare mission; Weather Reconnaissance r '

Naval Air Station during commissioning ceremonies at high noon Naval'Aviation Trade Schools was establishedfor Squadron ,Four, the Navy's' famed 'Hurricane' r. c;..
,on Oct. 15,1940. At left is Adm. John H. Towers who was then chiefof this purpose. Hunters' and the Fleet Weather Facility at Air ,
Aeronautics and for whom John Towers ,Field was named. Today the station's training'mission has been Operations. I r'
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CNO CongratulatesNAS

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JacksonvilleIt I

\ is with great pleasure that I '\/

convey best wishes to Capt

,, Kincaid and all who will observethe ice,
30th anniversary of the Naval
Air Station'' Jacksonville.
This memorable occasion is a A RUSSIAN PATIENT at the NAS Hospital talks through "an Interpreter .
tribute to the dedication and (right) to Mrs. Barbara Howard of'Jax Wives Club No. 86.

professionalism, of all those who The patient-. Mrs. Marina Bespaulova ..was airlifted to Jacksonville
have served ,at this station over Monday from a Soviet supply ship 240 miles east-northeast of the city.

,the years. Since 1940 the people of According to hospital spokesmen, the Russian woman suffered a
# q.nM. M ;Mgs4, dFtN,11'11tNriill aN ,( b, .biari your command have'contributed 'ruptured tube pregnancy' and required surgery. Mrs. Howard and ,

@f'r :,,q.W-bI,,9 NIkIN x ,.. r 'I'markedly to the;:high state, of four other Wives' Club members presented a dozen red carnations to
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59 Ef 7" 1. readiness of naval aviation and Mrs. Bespaulova and talked,to her through nurse' Helen, Orinin who
the role it has played In the learned Russian as a child at home in Ohio.
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i'1 defense of our nation's freedom. +N \
My ,best, wishes for continued

tl r e; r3' f 4 v success.. 413 Get Promotions

BOTH WINNERS PN1,totty Harrow and AK3 Thomas Johnson
accept certificates honoring them at NAS Servicemen of the Month of Admiral,U.S.Navy From August Exams j

September from Commanding Officer, Capt. John ,R.,, Kincald, ,

Jax In case you've beenwondering about the sudden

Service Man of Month migration of birds to the air station, it's not an invasion;

it's merely the arrival of a flock of new crows which planto

perch on the arms of 413 local,,Navymen and women.
Title Awarded to Two t "
The advancement'
August McKay, ETN3 R. Modica, ATN3 '
',';' examination promoted a, total of William Peeples, CYN3 ,John Petty,' i/'
73,000 which, broken down by pay' YN3 Kathy Plew, AC3 Rabalals, AE3 j' ,
Jax-Because of a voting' tie, of transient personnel being D chiefs M. Ravens, HM3 N. Reed, DTP2
grades equals 2,145 3,742 .
will receive the AX3 Rosenberg, A03
two September'Serviceman' separated from the,Navy due to Robertson
first: class, 24,000 second class BM2 L. ,
of the Month" '' to Scarbrough A03 Schroeder ;
'the cutbacks.
rising According a and 42,361 third class petty of. Sessoms,' AC1 H. Sexton, ATN3 J.
honors. They are Wave PN1 her division officer she has a fleers., Shuster, ATR3 C. Smith, ,AMH2 E.
Ii Betty J., Harrow the ,transient maintained an even'work flow, z Listed below by commands and Smith, A03 D. Spence, ATN2 R.
;' Staver, J03 Pat Sweigart, AMS2,J.
military personnel department and met, all deadlines, often
k increments in alphabetical order I.
and AK3 Thomas' V Johnson of Sylvia, PN3 A. Talley, AMH2 R,
her free timeto
readily contributing
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are the names of local personnelwho 'Tisdale, HM2 Trusclnsk, TD3 Van.
J. I aviation' supply support division. get:the,work,done., will soon sew on that first devort,AC2 J,,Venes;ADR3 Williams,
r Both will,,receive a certificate chevron. ATI Williams and AK2 M. Zablto. '
crow or new
h t to the station's Candlelight In, 'her nominating letter it
states 'it is not for 4 December 1,1970' "
Restaurant and will tour St. uncommon a

Augustine as guests of'the,USD, man to report' ,at\ 1 p.m. for'separation HASNovember A03 Ballinger, ATN2 Brombaugh, }j .

I AK3 Johnson, who ,will soon, and. be released by, 4 1, 1970 AMH2 t Kenny Chin, ASH2 D, Colton, ,
', begin ', Project Transition' p.m.' 4 AEC C. Fincher, HM2 R. Guerin, AC2 t
,' AC2 Hatchell, AZ3 <
't training, has been in the Navy for PRCM G. Clarke, AE3 B. Alspach, L. Halcomb 'VVVt
;1 ''AC3 Anderson, ETR2 Armstrong, Kagimoto, PR3 Lanlsberg, DTP2 jj
three years and has served with AMS2 N. Bacon, GMT2 W. Borowlk, Llnhardt, PN2 C. Mallory, AC1! S. /
I VC-8 and Attack Squadrons 44 Inside ATR3 D. Brlglda, ATR2 B. Brown, AAott PR3 S. Noyes, HM2 R. Rodman, }} "
., and 106.,He ,was honor,graduate AE3 Butterswo, ADR3 Campbell, AK3R. ,HM2 Schlermyer and AX3 Vanheusen. \
;r of his class at AK"A school. Chaddon, ADR2 M. Coates, AC3 D. January 1,1 1'71 |
,Connors, AC3 D. Corkrum, HM3 M./ 'i
the Page
1 Presently assigned in '
Davis, DC1 W. Deans, DTG3 H. J.
Civil Service News 8, AZ3 L. Cabatic, A03 D. Fortner, 1 ,
status section of Aviation Supply Esser, A03 J. Fisk, HM2 L. Freeman, '.'1
Support Division, he handles all AC3 G. Fry, ASH3 M. Gaffney and PN3 AAcCarter, CS2 Tom Moore and" '
requisitions for parts submitted Club Schedule I "r!, '" II EVENING AT HOME .. DTG3 B. Gross. /C2 F. Quinn 'I'

\ by VP-45 and VW4.,! He receives Barbara :Fraunfelder models, a ATN3 'R. Hanson, DP2 G. Haught, February 1,1971 1 ,Ir I
from 500 to 700 requests a month Sports ', I,:' 14 Persian design hostess gown of AE3 L. Hilburn, ,HM3 W. Hoffman,
and has often J worked in his own shimmering rayon In a gemetric ATR3 R.' Hotham, ETN2 Humphries, .AX3 Bradshaw,A03 W., AC3 Shepard Delllvent, ETN2, PN3R. W.
.r Helfrey
free time to these Women's Newt 'I'' 8 This ensemble of AZ3 L. Jensen, SD2 A. Joaquin HM2
keep' squadrons' j .\. '' h, print. was one D..Jones, ETN2 L. Kagey, ADR3 R. Snyder and ASE3 D. Stevens. ,! '
supplied. many featured at' the''JOWC fall Kanlarz, AK3 D. Keesey, ATR3 J.
PN1 Harrow, 'called a 'More NATTCenter' 5 fashion show last week at ,the Kenney, PN2 Fred King, ADJ2 W., :
I'( than typical 'petty officer,' Officer's Club. See page 6 for Lewis, J03 Christy Lorentzen, ET1 L. MORE PROMOTIONS .

handles the increased workload more fashions. Mackey Shall! ETN3, ASM3 G.G.AAcGrlff Marr, PN1 AE3 Mar.D., ON PAGE 13 "l''If

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NAS' Jacksonville Florida VOL. 28 NO. 30
32212 OCTOBER 15, 1970r

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Volunteers Ficeur Names Top EM IJ

From Cecil Jax-Exceptional service to the enrolled at Florida Junior
Fleet Intelligence Center, U.S. College in Jacksonville where he
Naval Forces, Europe has earned twelve credits toward '
EldersFor (FICEUR) has earned PTI his degree during the last six
Help Frederick C. Miller the title of months. Miller also takes flying ,
FICEUR Enlisted Man of the instructions and aims to obtain a :,.
the last two months Quarter. private pilot's license in single ;I'
Thursday morning have found a' As Underseas Warfare analyst, engine aircraft. ,': \v,!
group of volunteers going from PT1 Miller has demonstrated i
the NAS Cecil Chapel to Unicare outstanding performance of duty, ARE ..S '
Trowbridge Nursing Home to giving special attention to YOUR :L
conduct recreational activities analysis and production of intelligence LEGAL AFFAIRS .'
Two of the ladies, Mrs. A. I, materials in support of i:.
Jensen and Mrs. Ann Caverzasi, Sixth Fleet operations. He has IN ) y f
have been providing cookies each also submitted numerous '
week, and several have donated production recommendationswhich ORDER! ;;7.
have resulted in ;
r needed items as bring prizes. significantcost i'
Mrs. Beatrice Slocum has reductions for the in- \
utilized her ,sewing talents to telligence center.In 5 :> ".
provide lap robes for the nursing addition to his dedication to f 1M
I home patients. military duties, PTI Miller ;} I ,'
I Mrs Carolyn McLtnn, Mrs. strives to improve himself r(1 .
f Charlene Hoopes, Mrs. Sandy professionally and is currently $ i' ';'
Mrs. Pam Hubbard,
j Morgan .(.( I
: Mrs.Helen Brown and Mrs. Lora 'To Earth-bated observers the SEE
' Gudbranson round out the group sun appears a hundred biiUon f
of volunteers who provide a PAINT YOUR WAGON.. Four firemen at NAS Cecil under the self times brighter than' any other l
service for the nursing home. help program have again taken the brush by the handle and repainted'' star However, National, the Geographic would says. OFFICER 4:
sun seem
J In addition, the protestant another fire department vehicle, saving the government some $e0. puny if matched at the same
chaplains, Lt.'Bob Hubbard and Two of the firemen, D. M. Johnson (left) and C. E. Gester, display distance against such brilliant 5oow/// .j',
Cdr. A. P.'Jensen, served communion -' their handiwork. The other two firemen art R. I. Compton and W. stars as Rigel, which is ''15,000
to the residents, of the Roberts. times more luminous. ;\'
,home on the first Sunday of each ;
month. Choir members accompany )'
the chaplains in orderto ;
furnish musical ac :

companiment.Contributions of clothing and Things arelooking
bingo prizes are being made by
the members of the Protestant I" ,
Chapel. : '," i'
I This project is one phase of the :: :
Protestant Mission Program.On :: {
Nov. 6, Inner City Young .
Life will be hosted aboard the up
base by the Protestant' Youth
Fellowship. A group of youth and ". I I1
adult chapel members are /1 ;
planning service projects from nI j "
the St.Mary's Home for Boys and '
A will less. And l'
Girls. Anyone interested in new car never cost

assisting, may.contact in ,any of Mrs.'these, Lora activities ." an auto loan will never be 'easier. ,.,w,. ,;,f1/

Gudbranson, ext. 8317. ,
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'' brand new model fresh off the \

4' )4 ; assembly line, or ayear-end; ..

close out'special, the fact I'' .

1 remains: your new car will

: "f j never cost you I less ,

The car you really

want is a decision'that's all up to you, ,

y', 4 '' "1" but when you've made up your mind, ; ,:

9 r come see us first before you buy. \

,b Its common knowledge that the best

,*c way to finance a new car is with a r ,

r'-' bank loan. So don't' I let t anyone,talk

F: 4e you, into any other kind of financing..

Before make mind :;
you up your ,
PLAYGIRL thins Playmate, w i arrange your financing in advance.You'll .
Carol Willis all military 4 \
types ;should wear a well see how easy an auto loan can
groomed haircut,so that she can
tell the boys from the girls. be and you'll buy that new car just \
(Photo courtesy Playboy. Magazine .' \ '
like cash
) a buyer-with complete ,
confidence. May we help ?
,, you,

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1.,:: Marine Earns Instructor of Year Title e eneCATHOLIC

;' Jax-SSgt, David A. Shaw has A..
won the NATTC Instructor of the
Year competition.
The AE 'A' School instructor
was presented a NATTC Plaque
and a Command Letter of
Commendation by Capt. John E.
Kennedy at a luncheon held at the NAVAL AIR STATION
Chief's Club Oct. 6 for Shaw and Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
the other Instructor of the Year
Sunday Mass- 11:00: A.M.
competitors. Daily Mass 11:30: A.M.
1'j o The Letter of Commendationcited Saturday Confessions .
SSgt. Shaw for demon- 1030.
: 11:15: a.m.
strating exceptional zeal and

professional proficiency in NAVAL HOSPITAL
winning the competition and for Sunday Mass 8 A.M.
his excellent teaching methods LCpl. Norvell
and te hniques. NATTC '
of tin Y ar
Serf ant Shaw competed Local Sailor Sunday Mass 930A.M.-
against 11 men in a series of Bldg. 500
elimination contests which
JaI. started in August and ended on Rescued By PROTESTANTNAVAL
September 24 when he presentedhis

: BEAUTY e&In Exterior winning Lighting lecture in competition on Aircraft LCpl. Norvell HOSPITAL ,
Sunday Worship 10 A.M.
CARE three other finalists. The
; IT c961; I other finalists were: First Jax-LCpI, Larry Norvell NAVAL AIR STATION
Runner-up AOC N.L. Daniels; received a Meritorious Mast Oct. Sunday
, Second Runner-up AQC R. L. 7 for first aid action that resultedin Holy Communion 8:30
'r Isaacs; and Third Runner-up the saving of a sailor's life.The A.M. Bldg. 750 .
," Phone AEC F.Parfumi young Marine was a student duty Church School;(all ages)
The next step for SSgt. Shaw NCO in AE Barracks 570 when a 9 A.M.
i- HAIR STYLIST I 'Uik d4 772-9687 will be the Naval Air Technical sailor's car ran out of control JuniorChurch (Nursery-

.\. 53UJAMMESRD.at 103rd Training Command September 29, and collided into grade 6)) 10 A.M.
') i. Schoolmaster of the Year Award AE Barracks 573. Divine Worship Service.
') 6326103rd St. competition in Memphis, Term .
ro you'Not 10 A.M. Bldg. 750
The lance corporal responded
where he will contend with instructors
'r, You To Fit The Style In Grant Shopping PlazasrviED from training com- immediately to the accident. An Junior .Youth Fellowship
t 1 P.M. Bldg. 722
ambulance was
APPOINTMENTS mands all over the Southeast. Senior Youth
NOT ALWAYS Shaw has been in the Marine before itcould arrive the injuredman Fellowship
.\. PH, 772.0733 NECESSARY Corps for nine years and was went into shock and stopped 1:30: P.M. Bldg. 722
it stationed in Chu Lai, Vietnam breathing. This happened three
) before reporting here In October, times, and each time LCpl.! Tuesday
\0 E 1967.He is married to the former Norvell administered artificial,
t. Miss Linda Palmer a home respiration while being careful Christian Science Ser-
I economics teacher not to move the injured man.t vice.1 P.M.

Make Yow HolidayROMrvftiois Tuesday

EARLYI Senior Choir Rehearsal.
Jewelers 7 P.M. Bldg. 750NATTC ;
l'i No Cash Needed Jonathan 1

'\ Divine Worship-12 P.M.
SSALES Bldg. 500Evening

J.1/2: SAME 'WATCH and ?; RING %' Bldg. 500 Worship.6 P.M.




tl :'rAND8Y' '' ON PREMISES y :v..y" Violations

I '17M Highway,'17,Oranft Park .
L ANY DAY OF ,I ,DAN anal LINDA BOATWRIGHT PHONE 24443M Jax-The following is a I reportof
THE WEEK! motor'vebicle accidents and

.. traffic violations for the period of
\r Sept 28Oct. 4.Number.

''i of Accidents

,This week 9
This week a 6
year ago
(Formerly Pritchett' Kitchen)
FARE Total accidents this year 255
3438 BLANDING BOULEVARDOpen Total accidents through this
period last year 334
''MILITARYRESERVED 11:30 A.M.to 10:00: P.M. Total number of
Friday and Saturday 11130: A.M.to 11 P.M.

ALL YOU CAN EAT Total number of days since last
I' injury in a, motor-
WEEKDAYS and SATURDAYS FEATURING' > y r \ vehicle accident 9
SHRIMP, $1.49 Number of days since:an injury
'f'1 last at this time 131
'' year
Phi Vi STANDIY ,md YOUTH, FARES! CHICKEN '$1.50 -1., :
CAT FISH, $1.60 ".
.Number of Violations
OUT' FOMETI AIL CmUANSDaptndanfs This week 64
Speeding,, 12
or Ofhtrwlst may take, ad ItJG -_ i Reckless driving 2
of 'aervicos'and' convenience'
vantaflt our 'SPECIALS '
Going through stop sign 9
LuN11s30 PM I -- Other Violations 43
I pNtll3oo
NINNININNNNMICHOPPED Thirty-three drivers' appeared
AIRLINETICKET before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
SIRLOIN STEAK October 8. Disposition of the
H OFFICE COMBINATION SEAFOOD PLATTER cases included the following:
(JAMTO) 0 HAM STEAK COLD PLATES Seventeen lost driving and
SHRIMP CREOLE and a delicious Parking privileges ,aboard the
3 Location to Strvt You assortment of Appetizers, I station for various periods; one

NAS JAX: Bldg. 13 Main Gatt,Ext. 2449 or 347-2111 Soups Salads and Sandwiches! I I1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHHIIIIIIIIIII'"lImll Ii was eight-assigned hour course to complete in remedial an
HOURS:, 0745 1700 Monday thru:;Friday driving
HAS CECIL: Finance Office, Phon"771-3211, Ext.,1122, lll-J suspension; one ten received a
00001500 ; were given
MAYPORT Building 24, Phone 24'496 Fine Food at reasonable prices and the best service in town. warnings ten were; four fined were dismissed;.
(U.S. Com-
OHO 100 Monday thru Friday
COMPLETE TAKE OUT SERVICE 771-5581 missioner); and none were
referred to commanding officers'
J for possible disciplinary action.

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, By YNSN Stella M,Gawllnskl spaces and must be alert to any the oath by CW02 C. W Carleton, ,.,
I hazards that might lead to a fire. AE 'A' phase officer.
Jax Five members of class With the condition of the AEC Donald Eugene Shiflet,
f. 023 of the Aviation Ordnanceman buildings in the NATTC area, any also an AE 'A' school instructor, J Jr
'A' school took advantage of a fire might be a major disaster. shipped over for four years with .
new accelerated advancement A01 Richard E. Broman NATTC Commanding Officer, '
program and were advanced to reenlisted for an additional three Capt. John E. Kennedy of VV'
petty officer third class during years. Broman, an instructor at ficiating.Shiflet is a veteran of 19
'. their graduation ceremonies Oct. AE 'A' school was administered years of active duty.
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newly appointed petty \ I
officers are the first from NATTC Marine GySgt. Wins q P
Jax under the instruction \ 1: r
recently issued by BUPERS: The B:' \\ 40 i\i1\
men with their orders are Robert \f t} t J';' lt\) ,
Commendation \,,,.t,'t! ,, :::,.;,.1 ,. ,
: L. Brown, USS Kitty Hawk; Navy \ .'+'\\(1"":, %'' ;' ,,.>'. '" "
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David L. Mitchell, USS Coral ),,'< ,".\, ,#<'j: ,\".f"\,,.\ '\ "''''''''';'{ '' }
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Sea; Charles M. Spain, Patuxent :
River, Md.; Michael D, Jax-GySgt. Edwin S. accurate, up-to-date personnel THE RKINLANDERS, a local (
Trevarthan, Cecil Field and Eisenhauer ..Jr., recently records and effective unit diary group,gave a bit of the old-world 14 ,POOL TAIIES '
,\ Warren D, Wilder, Barbers assigned to MATSG Personnel reporting.' tradition to 'Octoberfest' at theOfficers' 2 BARS'\ '1:.
Point, Hawaii Section, received the Navy 'His outstanding initiative, Club Saturday night 100 i ,
By taking advantage of this Commendation Medal with professionalism, enthusiasm, with their Bavarian style dance MIRRORS & PA'' TING5. ,j'
program, the E 2 personnel Combat .'v' for 'meritorious beg' music. The event featured JAX'S LARGEST LOUNGE- ,,',
immediately, increased their service while with friendly traditional, favorite German MEET ME AT r\
basic pay by $93 a month. They foreign forces engaged in armed dishes expertly prepared by THE OFFICE, :, r
have the possibility of further pay conflict aainst the North Viet European Chef Klaus Rebhan. As IT '\
advantages as they can become namese and Viet Cong Com- he explains Octoberfest'' Is ALL SWINGS.THE TIME (
eligible to participate in the munist aggressors in the celebrated each October In Ilj
second class exam one year from Republic of Vietnam from Munich and people from the OFFKILOUNOE, .y1 -\
graduation. The men were advanced January to September 1970.' world over gather there for the
upon recommendationthat Lt. Col. L.E. Blanchard, gala fest which lasts 24-hours a
they were capable of per. MATSG commanding officer, day for three weeks. stu PHILLIPS HWY. 73342ELLOWcABI.
forming third class requirementsand presented the medal Monday
it was necessary for them to with congratulations.
obligate themselves for a total of According to the 'citation
six years. For most this meant GySgt. Eisenhauer was cited 'for
signing a two year extension. his work Administrative Chief
Aviation Electrician's Mate for the Marine Corps personnel [
'A' School is allowed to recommend section on the Staff of Commander *
up to 25 percent of each United States Naval
graduating class and Aviation Forces, Vietnam.' He was GySgt'Elseehauerresourcefulness' 8
Ordnanceman 'A' school 15 responsible for 'supervisingdirect dedication,
percent,with preference given to administrative support for devotion to duty, diligent efforts, Phone ,354-5511 .
those with highest class stan over 300 marines assigned to sound judgement and keen
dings. units throughout the Republic of perception contributed;>> SERVING ALL.OF JACKSONVILLE
NATTC participated in Fire Vietnam.'
significantly to the ac
Prevention Week as NAS Fire 'His keen attention to detail and complishment of his unit's RADIO DISPATCH
Protection Inspector, William ability to 'coordinate and mission.' *> i.Vf
Hardenand Fire Fighter William supervise were evident as he 'GySgt. Eisenhauer was exposed -
Olive conducted a conferencewith carried out a myriad of duties to personnel hazard due to
31 NATTC Unit and Group with minimum supervision.' the imminent threat of enemy
Fire Mashalls. 'He was responsible for terrorist actions and on four .Lii
Harden told the conference the 1i;
initiating training programs occasions was subjected to rocket
types and classes of fires and which enabled his unit to provide and mortar attacks.'
methods of extinguishing them as 4 :
well as how to properly report a

fire.experiments He demonstrated with kerosene live and fire rM wa CLYDE E. CLIFT, !;

gasoline, showing the different < i}: !J YNC, U.S. NAVY (Retired) aoaa reason
burning points and the dangers '.:: Previously assigned to the
each create. 33\ Project Transition Site
The fire wardens moved the class #J,I Office US NAS' "
outside where Harden and Olive ,I); Jacksonville is now with.. 'borrowing

had ignited a low metal tank of i
gasoline and water. Each fire : LANGLEY .
warden had the opportunity to t is :
a reason :
put out the fire with the C02 OLDSMOBILE .
extinguisher.The : t
3494 Philips Hiway Phone 398-7511
fire warden is responsiblefor
checking fire fighting SEE TODAY FOR NEW"OR USED CARS. for lending ,
equipment in his working CAN HELP ARRANGE FINANCING. .

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We have 6 (yes six) swimming pools. 0 And 2045 Jammes Rd.,Jacksonville, Fl. up
2 tennis courts 0 Plus shuffleboard and bad Phone: 781.3818 ...... ....... ... .. ......... .. p
minton 0 With congenial young neighbors to ?;" RENTING HOURS:
help enjoy them. D All only one block from 1 .. Mon.Thru Sat.: 8:30-6:30: ( : ; Sun. 1.630:
golf and an elementary ,school-with other l DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvd., HOUSEHOLD .
schools, shopping centers and boating min turn right on San Juan-Continue past
utes away. You can get to Cecil Field or the Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
Naval Air Station in 10 minutes;' downtown -turn 'left to apartments. '
Jacksonville in 15. D Apartments have indi 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683
vidually controlled heating and air conditioning
Carpeting, draperies, and sliding glass Ltt1.' ... RLEN Cedar. Hills Shopping Center'
door to courtyard or balcony. 0 And you can I' 3734 Blending Blvd.-Phone:.771-9190
move into a 1 or 2 bedroom apartment today. ,t;
Furnished or unfurnished. $ 'I.L,,f
FROMHlOJACKSONVILLE I $ 3050 Beach Blvd-Phone: 398-4541 ;,j
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Penman Plaza Shopping Center JYj
Boulevard-Phone 246-6421
1227 Atlantic : "
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I L Wives View Fall Fashions at _TO we Luncheon I

Bold''' Colors Are 'In'By

.. .;.. ,!;;,>':". JOSN Pat Sweigart
1 .;:'7." .... .. ., ... .,
..'.. h'yfo'EPx Jax-TheJacksonville Officers'
Wives Club held their fall fashion
el ';A rrt show at a luncheon Oct. 7 in the
4 A
.. Officer's Club.
JOWC members modeled the
f' exclusive clothing as Cookie
r Kennedy, chairman of the
n Ih fashion show, described the en-
a sr sembles. Wives watched the
9 r parade of the latest fall fashions
\L 4! 9"\t .'f r amid the palm lined Walnut
11 Room.
Scarves, jewelry and fur play
i big part on the scene this year
r- with interesting {inovations with

..\ jewelry. Slits up the sides of.the.
> l pants and sleeves of.a lounging
gown were closed by large
cresent-shaped pins. Coat collars
"S and often hems are trimmed in
51 beautiful fur pieces. Scarves are
'-.. tied loosly around the neckline or

HOfner dons this 'V hemmed and The embossed velvet hostess falls Into soft pleats from the surrounds Betty Andersen In this stockings were worn under
black fringed peasant skirt,and outfit designed in trim lines witha empire waistline of the soft black eggplant purple coat trimmed several coats and revealed as a
vest, with rich black, rust, and stovepipe 'collar and slightly deep 'V' neck top that is worn by with a gigantic Norwegian blue part of the winter dress.It's typeof
: ,brown stripes accented,In white flaring hemline' is modeled by Bonnie Ford. Persian patterns In fox fur collar. The coat closes sexy 'long-underwear.
,. Marilyn wears a black long. Elsa Paxon. The outfit Is the red skirt are accented by with a self material tie belt that One dress featured a 'Snip-it'
I sleeved blouse with a tie scarf. enhanced by Elsa's'silvery hair, jewels and sequins sewn into the falls between two jumbo. welt hemline. You decide the length
:. Black boots and saddle bag purse silver chain necklace and shoes. brilliant colors.. Bonnie's 'dangle seamed patch pockets. want to wear this year,
the entire outfit The dress be mini, midi or maxi and snip the
v completes! can worn with or earrings. and shoes complete the
wftfcevt. fee slacks. ovofilnej dross, prefinished hems to the desired
.I'. length.
\ Maxi skirts and dresses that
'SUNNYthe open from the hemline to as highas
Singing Waitress f desired.
The wet-look outfits that are
x 'd k Cocktail Hours S-8:30: clingy and sexy may take first
1 > :
place among the younger set. One
wet-look,blouse and pants,outfit
: RATES FOR featured gold chains set

s3li E l ,' ; SERVICEMEN revealingly across the bustline.
:, $6.00 Bright bold colors and prints
'. per person particularly those inspired by thl
w double occupancy Persian Empire, were an
essential part of of the
Entertainment nltely, except Sunday, Quarterdeck'Lounge & Dine at i many
Biser's Seafood Restaurant, 250 Beautiful rooms with TV, Direct. Dial hostess and evening ensembles
+ Phone, Olympic Swimming ,Pool. Free Undercover Parking. favored by the many of wives at
the show

#ot. a s

MWSWWI FALL BALL. Pat Huber (en I) and Betty Anderson prepare a display 1971 "SPANISH"
((1.W MOTOR HOTEL that will be at the Jacksonville Officers' Wives Club fall charity ball.
901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 Tickets to the ball are $S per person and they are available through ( 60' x 12' Colchis.)
I command representative or by contacting Pat Mosman. The
Within walking distance to all points of Interest, your ball, 'Pinecrest' $3995'Aquarius' I
't a Halloween masquerade will be held Oct. 24 at the Officers' Club.
.. $4995
", 'Georgetown' $5995

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We Aim Headlights,Replace Bulbs
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., Beat Selection;.In Jax
Vi'Mile South of Orange ParK High
On Blanding ,(State Road 21)) 11 Inrn9iIiIIN i ESQUIRE SUIT OUTLET '
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t '

1; Jacksonville Area Civil Service News I It

t Bulletins Post

t Awards Presented r I

Job Openings

'i NARF Employees < 4 Jax-Civilian employees of

FAETULANT Det. Jax., Navy
..E f Jax-A $500 beneficial awards went to Samuel W. Shive, Commissary Stores, Naval

s| suggestion award and many airframes worker; Thomas D. Hospital Navy Recruiting
''" sustained superior performance Allen, ,airframes mechanic; Station, Disease Vector Control
awards were presented to a Anthony R. Marasco, electrician,
Center, Regional Storage
. number of civilian employees at Reginald E. Turknett, 'aircraft 'Management Office, Fleet
: NARF by Capt. D.H. Heile, engine mechanic (test); and Weather Facility, FICEUR

.. commanding officer Amuel A. Waller, airframes Finance Office, Regional
A for mechanic for their outstanding Navy
suggestion regrindingworn ,
Office of Civilian Manpower
rocker arm spacers insteadof performance.A .... : i Management and the Defense

control replacing specialist them won William quality A superior presented achievement to each of the awardwas men "....D"'.":....,",;,..,.mIW: \ '. V.....,.\, Surplus the official Sales bulletin Office should boards check in

Hallmark a check for $500" who recently completed twelve ;111\\
h \ ;
\ r their work areas for new job
: Hallmark suggested that worn aircraft (8 A-4E's and 4 A4F's)
\. spacers can be reground and with a discrepancy rate of 16.4 openings

:'. used with undersized bushings per 1000 hours. The old averagewas There are vacancies' for
without greatly increasing the 31.5 per 1000 hours and the ti( electronic engineer (general) GS-
clearance between them when old efficiency average was 82.4 '... \1. ""; 855-11, MPB 103-rO.; a

fitted per cent. .J'j. .. numerically controlled machinetool

Capt. Heile presented a These men are: T. J, Dobek, ...;.........fI' mechanic, MPB 106-70; a
sustained superior performance supervisory policeman, GS-083-6;
D.E. Cooper, R.E. Jones, C.H. .,
award to aircraft w... ,
Brown, C.M. Coleman, Darrell MPB 107-70; supervisory.
+ mechanic Charles E. Bagwell Powers, B.A. Patterson, R.L.;; financial systems analyst, GS-
; whose'thorough knowledge of the, Gottschalk, L. F. Holcomb, D. P. 501.12, MPB 106-70; blocker and
various and his skill with Mi last tevr In the efflce business, NAS
engines Kenny, T.G., Raysor, R.W. RETIRING FlftftMfli post bracer, MPB 109-70; foreman,
tools gives him that edge neededto Roberts, D.K.. Butler and R. L. Post Office superintendent Norman Chausse will retlrt tomorrow instrument mechanic (general)
consistently beat the standards Straitiff. after 30 years of postal service. He has worked at various post offices MPB 1 1.70i; photolithographer
.' A key man and a skilled In the Jacksonville area,and has spent; the last five years at NAS. (line) MPB 11.70 and a multilith
trouble 'shooter, Bagwell works They worked on 'the twelve Chausse,a Jacksonville native,and his wife Geneva plan to retire to a operator, MPB 11270. <<
with J52 turbojet engines. aircraft with an average efficiency life of fishing and traveling.
j,'' Other superior performance of 94.2 per cent

f 'Central Referral I
t, y \' b' $ Registers

i,... Candidates for PlacementRecent

t, cutbacks in the Department of Defense programs have resulted in

". reductions in force actions in many DOD activities and closure actions at others.

It The policy of the DOD is clearly outlined in the Program for Stability of Civilian

.\ Employment by CMMI 330.8 contained in the Federal Personnel Manual.

:\1't. ______ __ h_
Several years ago, DOD set up
a nation-wide centralized sonnel exist in one and vacancies, These,, instructions further
4U'4 referral system which, is administered exist in the otheriPlacement ; provide that eligibles from the
by the Defense Supply of personnel to Centralized Referral System'
t.'A Agency through its activity at satisfy statutory or administrative should be utilized to displace

; Dayton, Ohio. Career and career- reemploymentrights. temporary employees (including
conditional employees who are temporary promotion selectees)
separated by reduction In force This means when Priority 1 currently serving on permanent
MASTER JUGGLING ACT' ce M well describe the efforts of candidates available
are positions.
actions in this'system'
are registered'
NARF employees as they move the first A-7 Corsair II let Into the
if available for reassignments, promotions or
!, north hangar assembly line In Bldg. 101 along with the A- 4 Skyhawks. outside they are their locales. transfers cannot be made unless The' 'stopper list' contains a
Relocating the A-7's was necessary to balance the aircraft workload. placement two weeks each DOD the situation meets one of the listing of the number of can-
,; The RASC Vigilante Is being relocated to the south hangar In Bldg. 101- Every exceptions listed above. This also didates who have indicated
is furnished of
W. Since being named the sole Navy A-7 rework facility, NARF has activity a listing precludes appointments ,from availability for'' graded and
had an Increased workload of A-7's and has converted from a dock. graded ungraded positionsfor competitive civil service ungraded positions. The positionsare

b: type operation to a moving production line.POLYESTER candidates which there available are registered for con- registers and reinstatements.,, listed by titles and levels. No
4 additional information is made
sideration for placement.. This When Priority 11 employees '
until 'a
r listing is known as the 'stopperlist' 'are listed on the 'stopper list,' available request 'for
certification is sub-
p since ,it serves to,'stop/ for appointments or transfers from Is'
mitted. A certificate then
FIBERGLASS the most part, the filling of outside the DOD component
forwarded.Once a certificate of
cannot be made.
vacancies in the areas indicated. .'
The Civilian Personnel eligibles is received, the
When Priority I employees are
available the to Department maintains a current requesting activity is committed
only exceptions
BELTED i i TIRE 30,000
to' select candidates to fill
filling a, vacancy from the 'stopper list'. and checks all ;
vacancies unless it
personnel actions to ascertain existing can
b MILE 'stopper'list'' are: "
M be definitely shown that the,
Reclassifications, promotions' whether the proposed actions can
GUARANTEI cannot be filled there is' '
and, other promotion actions be accomplished. Operating position or
officials'are' advised if mutual agreement that the
permitted as exceptions to the proposed
NSTANT .Merit Promotion Program; actions cannot be completed. candidates are not qualified for.
SIZES F-70 or Reassignments within a DOD Although the 'stopper list' does the specific vacancy being filled.
CREDIT F-78xl4 component'' of employees in. not prohibit temporary SECNAVNOTE 12300 sets theNavy's

+ volved. in reduction of force ac- promotions or the'' filling of policy. !

tions; vacancies on a temporary basis,
1 I* no DOWN! Reassignments, transfers of recently revised instructions \H
PAYMENT'I surplus personnel under make it clear that continuing 11'

jurisdiction of one personnel positions are not to be filled on a S
,,li I* LONG nor office providing personnel ''servicing temporary basis for the purposeof

;"., TERMS, te to ,two or more" DOD evading the use of the Cen- rig nan
.t, components when excess tralized Referral
per- System. ;
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'I. WE UNDERSELL ALL *p ns.ntst.res, 'SI2lSanJuanatNi Hck

.t'.tr.r compcny stow A'Wtp.n4.nf fire d 0ftrs. tOOSlWTcar I'LL Phone M4-44M

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OCTOBER 15, 1970 l"-f'

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Talks About Navy Life 0 y_ :::

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Jax-ATN3 James D, Parker is anything I dislike It's some of the ''IiAFf'
Patrol Squadron Five's most military restrictions, but that's
recent first-term reenlistee. something a Navy man must
Because the Navy is vitally interested learn .
to accept. For the hours I $
retaining qualifiedmen work, I think the pay is adequateand
Parker was interviewed to more than I could have made
find out just why he elected to working at home! ,.
ship over in the Navy. mmmmn BRING THIS AD WITH YOU '
Parker entered the Navy on a Parker feels that the one main
normal four-year enlistment thing which turns young sailors,
contract in September of 1967, against a Navy career are the, FREE CUBE'WITH
from his home in Hennessey, menial tasks, such as mess
Okla. He requested and received cooking and compartment
training at AX 'A' school in cleaning, that all Navy men, $flt. Blackburn OIL CHANGE & FILTEROil
including 'A school graduatesand
Memphis. Upon completion of
school, Parker agreed to extend even third class petty officers 679th Honors Change, $200.Oil Change and Filter, $6'00
are required to do. He
his enlistment for two to
years maintains that civilians could do Man of Month
enable, him to accept
automatic promotion to third these chores and keep the new '. FRONT END SPECIAL
class petty officer A further Navy'man from being soured or Jax-Alr Force Sgt. Daniel W. INCLUDES:
held back because of them., He Blackburn has been selected as '
request for duty with a VP CHECK FRONT END AC
squadron at NAS Jacksonvillewas also feels that all petty officers the 'Airman of the Month' for _CHECK,and ADJUST BRAKES' '", ii
approved ;,and Parker particularly third class,. needmore September at the 679th Radar CHECK SHOCKS 19 \t .

reported to VP-5 for duty in prestige Squadron. PACK WHEEL BEARINGS ,
December 1968. Sgt Blackburn was chosen for (Seals Included) ,
Parker enjoyed, his' first sea his outstanding performance,
duty tour' with the Mad Foxes, military bearing and behavior, TRANSMISSION SPECIAL "'::;I;
making two major ,deployments j' and his knowledge, of military REPLACE FILTER ","'
and participating in several subjects and current events. -ADJUST,LOW BAND '16 20 .
minor detached evolutions. He Assigned here from I Keesler CHANGE FLUID i,
received advanced training in AFB,Miss since Jan. 13, 1969,Sgt. -(All parts and fluid Included) 't'
Blackburn works in the AN FST-
electronics systems repair and ;
2B Electronic Digital Data ALL ABOVE PLUS TAX jl
was eventually assigned to the
'' Processing Section as a '
Aircraft 'Maintenance Department

specialist.Through communications as. a navigation.repair from repairman.The Venice 22-year-old. Fla. He sergeant joined the is TUNE-UP ( Minor) ,:." '\:}l'i;; :

Air'Force in December 1967.
scheduled interviews
with VP-5's unit career counselorand 14 His hobbies include writing folk r 8 $219SO'' 6 $17' ;
unofficial 'bull sessions' with music and.. playing" the. guitar.. .. Cyl Cyl j
I'M \ .. \
ATMS PIrbr (.
his work center career counselor, >, "" m'" "
Parker became aware of the fact On the subject of CNO Adm. : : 1II .J f t,: TUNE-UP INCLUDES "
I that he was losing money becausehe Zumwalt's programs to improve :;p; 'y c crr CHECK COMPRESSION
I was not career designated. In conditions in the Navy, Parker f'll'(->, CLEAN and.or REPLACE PLUGS J
i particular, he was not eligible to' had this to say: 'I feel he ADJUST and-or REPLACE POINTS AND CONDENSER. "1
draw proficiency pay. Fur- thermore, because of his rate he to improve the'Navy for all ADJUST CARBURETOR
was eligible for a handsome'VRB people in the Navy. Some of his INSPECT FAN BELTS .ft
if he reenlisted. After serious actions have already had a good CLEAN BATTERY CABLE
consideration of his likes and effect upon morale, particularly CHECK BATTERY WATER
dislikes about,the Navy and the by allowing us to wear dungareesto CLEAN PC VALVES AND CHECK AIR CLEANERS
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./J.) ." FOOTBALL( waiting in the wings to see who Dependent Women Bowling
,.;'" '".1, j., 'Hellrazors'' will Tournament at the
.*" f. The VA-1S4 they play for the league Saturday
\. i blanked VC-V<444), ,and turned:'',:championship before they lump Cecil Field Bowling Center.
;, back In, their heads against NAMTD for the The tournament is scheduled to
...; ,. '.. VA-45,324.;, game ,,
i I'. z f,<1 ff',.. a YE against the : 'Dragonflyer'Et.1\:\, station:t title run for two more weekends, Oct.
/ N;(,) Cicero JohJMon,, Woraha 4''J 17-18 and ,2425. Shortly
.'....t : l Lyons and Matted aU,Hoofed on .. BASKETBALL thereafter, the 144 ,women
,.\ DO-'AE2 ftobtrt W. Dean and his wilt Rita demonstrate ttM passes. Don Jackson:completes" ) ,?,With the accelerated usage of competing in the team event, the
\ commitment that many Navy families make to a career In the service the rout wittf 'a broktti field; 'the, station gym, it,has become'fobvious 106 in doubles and the 106 In
Dean reenlisted for six years In a ceremony conducted by Cdr. Robert scamper into tjp end-aeae.. VA-45' that basketball fever is in singles will trown the first place
j V B, Bristol commanding officer of VA-15, at the entrance to NAS Cecil felt'the' sting'ft 'Heflrafor' 'pay'dirt ;the air at Cecil ;,Field.: ;Athletic team champions,the doubles and
Field. Dean Is a member of VA-1's Electric Shop which maintains and passes to iforahain,Johneen,\ 'poctor' McGuckin has singles V champions and the all- ,
',' troubleshoots the complex automatic flight control and Instrument Smith and Owfc&s '' :4 ,prescribed the perfect remedy: events champ." :
; systems In the A-7. Major Bowers' Big Red,;Enter, a team now,,J in the in- Leading .the team event are
r.. {' Machine used tile pasting: of John f, tramural 'program'.: 'stated the four' Jacksonville area belles
\. 'Fran' Nelson and the running.of : sage old 'physician'; Play will calling;+themselves 'The Drif
'.;1 the ellusive Jim Rosa to swamp :.start on Nov. 16 and many teams ters';;'Tfce Differs are comprisedof
tIN: a bewildered Dent-Med team 32- have,, already commenced Charlotte Boyer, Cathy Long,
J, 14. Fran threw passes to Rosato practice.sjleservations for courtsnay Louis Waters and. Shirley
') ., rn ((12 and 30 yards), John 'Oleo be made at the Station'Gym Kinney;..r'T e 'lasses have a total
Fingers' Mills ((20 yards and but will limited to half court and score/'V of ,2418.; Mayport Pin-
r t Gene Telles (6 yards). Rosato for 1H hours only. spinners (Velda Kennedy, Peggy
;( scored on a 15 yard run around There are still openings for Finer;:Georgeanna Hernden and
YaAAvz the sputtering Dent-Med defense basketball officials Clinics will Cathy Thornton) are second witha
IIt. The score would have been start Oct. 26 30. If your are In- score of.2349.
;.;u:.,. 1 .greater had not defensive ace Lt ,terested in calling games this The doubjes event is headed by
A r 'Putty Hands' Batey Intervenedon year, call Tom McGuckin at Ext. Terry, F hey 'and Bonnie Dilley
f. the behalf of the beleagured 498. from Mayport with a 1230 total.
fJ. VA-"'. POWERPLANTSCHIEF corpsman quarterback Putty Second place also belongs to the
i.:.'..' ADJC James W. Hands dropped six cinch in SQUASH distaff keglers from Mayport
*; AEC CHARLES E. ANGEL oft Morgan, recently reenlisted for terceptions (the ball hit him in his Intramural squash will commence with Zane Comben and Jerry
: NAMTRADET has reenlisted for four years to bring his total active most vulnerable spot- the hands) on Oct. 19 at the Station Wiggs a close second,with a 1175-
U, two years. naval service to 30 years. and capped the outstanding ,Gym with six teams entered. pin fall. _
r.-..--'.----I I ii, exhibition by dropping an easy Last years champion, VA-105 is Another Mayport bowler,
r Wives I 'MONI a.\. PAT pass in the end-zone. Bullet now long gone, which puts the Maisle Widener, Is. leading the
Navy I .' Brown of Dent-Med thanks the Squash title up for grabs. singles ,event' with a 618 score,
t: Wa offer TEMPORARY good lieutenant. Preseason picks have to go to VA- and Nellie Smith (Mayport
,. EMPLOYMENT! [!W In other games, VA-45 downed 83 who has been practicing again) is second with a 615.
\ VA-81,16-8 and VA-82 beat VA-87, diligently for two weeks. Cathy Long from The Driftersis
secretarial 3420. VA-83 is making the strongestbid heading the All-Events with a
MlKtllanioutNo' r
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I 322O4 I1.1I The windup of the Intramural ever by a Fleet squadron for total for team, doubles and
Fell Work WHERE and WHEN I I football season is scheduled for the Captains Cup and may just singles scores of 1776. Second
you like, at many hours at you like WANTED! I.. Tuesday, Oct. 20. Barring make it, with a win in squash. place belongs to Louise Waters of
t'" unexpected upsets (a common Cecil Field with a 1770.
occurance on Saturdays and VOLLEYBALLTryouts Special Services Notes: Your
t 8' 3543057'joblmtioymtat. I EQUIPMENT. WE PAY J Sundays this season) the undefeated are still being con Special Services would like to
TOP DOLLAR,; ,3B8. 535 ,J teams from VA-174 and ducted in the, Station Gym on announce a reduced rate for golf
fr temporary Service' Inc. BRING THIS AD WITH YOU!'! the MARINE Barracks will lock Tuesday; Thursday, and Fridaysfor carts, 'IMondayc'through Friday;
fN: ;14.rrrrrrr..t.4r horns for the Station title on the volleyball team. You may now ride for 18 holes for
l 1.Vo'I' Thursday, Oct.22, at 4:15: p.m. at Jacksonville YMCA is forming a $4 or nine holes for $2.
.,. r 1 the Cecil Field gridiron. league with games being playedat Yes! Special Services has
;r4;, j i n i in n ri n The ComFairJax Football the YMCA Gym every Wednesday hunting licenses at Bldg. 4,
:[:,,: tourney will get underway Oct. night at 7 p.m. Monday through Friday until 4:30:
,,'t', .AUT M BILE 26-30 at NAS Jax. All fleet p.m. Regular:, $7.50, Combined
,I; commands are eligible to par- BOWLINGNational $10.50.
..lr I II 111HIllTAIYAll ticipate, and interested teams LeaguE: G. Roeller NOTE: The chilly weather of
.1" are requested to contact Mr. took top series honors with a 601, mid-fall is just around the corner,
:" RANKS t' AGES McCaffrey at 772.3239. The followed by Joe Toth ((540) and and with it comes the Specks
, winning team will represent Szymanski ((532)). Roeller made it (Crappies to the Yankee con-
: \ LOW RATES.- EASY PAYMENT PLAN ComFalrJax in the CINCLANT a grand sweep for the evening by tingent). If you haven't got your
..11 r General Agent*for Fleet tournament to be staged at bagging the high game ((243)). Joe fishing license yet Special
:., AMERICAN SERVICE MUTUAL INS. CO. the Naval Station Charleston the Ralph ((201) and Sad Sam Services can accomodate you at
following week. DelVecchio(199)) scored the other the same hours used for obtaining
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: UNDERWRITERS Blue League ended with how to tumble the Brunswick
. NAMTD defeating VA-174 in and took four big games in the
; 6479Roosevelt play-off, 11-1. Over in the Gold process. AJ
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\ -AG2 Kenneth P. Kelsey .. -. .... .. -- ---- '" ... .. .. ...
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i: from the Fleet Weather Facility
1;> here has been selected to attend
;": the Officer Candidate School in Football fans didn't have to by a third string Q.B. saved them chance to watch Notre Dame's
( Newport, R.I., where he will be listen very hard to hear the big from being embarrassed, but Orange Bowl Express, stoke up
''. commissioned an ensign after timber falling last week-end. they didn't belong on the same at 15 point win over Ole Mizzou.
',,r completing 18 weeks of officer Tennessee rang Georgia Tech's field with Florida last Saturday.
jit training. Bell, and at Grant Field. News Memphis State is 1.2 for the STANFORD AT
if; A graduate of Ball State reporters indicate that things season, and the win was a 1 WASHINGTON STATE
t, University in MuncieInd.Kelseyholds haven't changed at that historic pointer over hapless VPI.
a bachelor of science site; the fans still throw debris at Memphis State is building a good QB Jim Plunkett leads Stanford
degree in education. the visiting teams, and many football program, but will not into Pullman for this
;I. Following recruit training at Georgia Tech people still haven't make great strides this season. Pacific 8 game. Stanford now has
Great Lakes, he attended AG 'A' learned how to lose gracefully FSU's offense is still, after four an excellent chance for a Rose
;' School where he graduated West Virginia was taught what games, on the drawing board. QB Bowl bid and if they don't look
'1';' second highest in his class.,,Upon many folks in this area already Gary Huff's performance came ahead to U.C.L.A. next week can

,;' arriving here in April 1969, he was knew, that Duke can't be taken against Florida's second unit, go 3-0 in the conference by
I, promoted to AG3, and last lightly. Stanford's Indians stageda which is probably on a par with beating Washington State. The
second re-creation of Custer's last Memphis State's first unit. Bothof Cougars returned 25 lettermen
{i December he moved up to AG2 Kelsey
class. stand. This time it was General these teams are lackluster so including 12 starters. Coach Jim

Kelsey applied for OCS in May attend. John McKay of Southern Cal who it should be an interesting game. Sweeney has gone to Sophomoresto
,J' and was chosen to attend the Capt. L.J. Underwood, Fleet was wondering where all these Huff may be the key to unlock the fill out the starting team. The
Indians from. FSU offense. Seminoles by 7. results far indicate that the
class commencing Oct. 26, 1970.: Weather Facility commanding were coming so
,. That is the same class that officer, congratulated Kelsey on ALABAMA AT TENNESSEEThe NOTRE DAME AT MISSOURI Cougars are still one or two
President Nixon's son-In-law his selection and wished him the seasons away from respectability -
Crimson Tide got back on This is a nationally televised Stanford for
,''v. David Eisenhower is scheduled to best of luck in his naval career. the winning track against Vandy game from Columbia. It is also the Uclans with a 21 warming point victory.up

/([ last week. Starting QB Neb the first meeting between these
: Hayden hit 9 of 18 passes which two schools. Notre Dame will COLUMBIA AT YALE
included one touchdown, but bring in an undefeated team and

.:?i' U.S. Savings Bonds produced only 71 total yards. this is all the incentive the Tigers The Yalies are off and runningfor
Johnny Musso, who may be the will need. They lost a tough gameto a fourth consecutive Ivy
best back in the South, ran arch-rival Nebraska last week, League title. They have won
{ roughshod again.Tennessee went and the Huskers may well be handily in their 3 outings so far.
3-1 with their win over Georgia Notre Dame's opponent in the Yale returned 29 lettermen.

.; ,Tech.The Big Orange is coming Orange Bowl. Up until Saturdaythis Their defense is strong with 9 of
V J' along nicely under new coach Bill game was shaping up as a
Check Our Prices Before You Buy 11 starters back from last season,
of Missouri'sstrong
Battle.Against Tech they showeda including Jim Gallagher, 6'2" 185
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS fo Servicemen balanced offense and a quick running game and Notre defense end who is the stand-out
defense which among other Dame's great rushing defense. leader of the defensive unit.
%'ii'a 1ll0f f' lliiUI _' W6ltiUll!; I Ii highlights, stole 4 passes. One However the Tigers' Joe Moore, The Columbia Lions trying to
MOTOR HOMES"WflWIMM. thing that is giving Coach Battle who was No. 3 in rushing in the
TRAVEL TRAILERS improve a 1-8 season and Coach
is the Volunteer country suffered a shoulder
a problem
Fran is with
Navarro going a
TRAILBLAZER'Designed turnovers. They were the biggest separation against Nebraska, and of
and is lost for the Joe young green group
from the Inside outMOBILE factor in the loss to Auburn, and season. sophomores. They have been the
the ball Theisman (as in Heisman)
Saturday they gave up
in the
biggest surprise Ivy
six times on mistakes.Alabama continues to sparkle for the
backs fighting Irish. Last week he threw League this'year. So far they own
hits, and if the Tennessee
wins Harvard and La
HOMES over
' by can hang on to the ball this week 3 touchdown passes and ran for
and their loss
Fayette only was a
;!' \ SKYLINEALSO they should win by 7. one, then sat one out the second 2 pointer to Princeton. Columbiais
..' half. Missouri is a quality team
. FLORIDA STATE AT determined to be a first
with successful coach in Dan
t 13.<'1 mil iliiCIHE.j.:rnH:: :: 11ii1 MEMPHIS STATE a but Notre Dame has division team this season. Yale
will be set-back
a temporary as
',; USED UNITS 7-10 YEAR FINANCING better balance depth, and thatdefense.
P' The Seminoles are in for a long they have the defense to shut out
seasoa Some Jut mbm" *-*- awesome YOUI'PRESENTS Columbia. Bulldogs by 17.

.a Mobile Homes Now for a quick trip around the
f nation Georgia Tech travels to
of the plains of Auburn. The War
:::1. Eagles look like the power in the
South this year. Tech to lose its
: l 10366 BEACH BOULEVARD. CEDAR RIVERS BOTTLE CLUB second straight by at least 12. The
": "WE TRADE" Air ,Force meets Navy in

'! Washington DC. Navy played a
; tip" l bard fought ball game in losing to
" I "The Moonlighters"COUNTRY Pitt and they may be starting to
Jell. The Falcons are unbeaten
WESTERN and will remain so against Navy.
:' 1t PREMIUM of PREMIUM TIRESPREMIUM & ROCK & ROLL Michigan will play Michigan

Open Fri. & Sat. Nites State at home and the Spartans
i have been shutout the past two
10 PM till 6 AM
IiWc weeks.They may score this week
B'YO'B. P ,eachWe but the Wolverines will win. LSU

cater'to Squadron Parties begins conference play against
Seating Capacity 400 Kentucky in Tiger Stadium. The

; 5434 San Juan Ave. Call 388.9603 or 781-3826 Tigers are double tough at home
.1. and will handle the Wildcats..
Clemson returns to ACC play
against Wake Forrest, and the
I THIS TIRE WILL SET Deacons should be a welcome
. )1, THE STANDARD BY Bight to the Tigers after, playing
; WHICH ALL PREMIUMTIRES Auburn last week. They should

WILLBE RATED. WEEKEND SPECIALS also prove easier to' beat.
Clemson by 6. And finally on the

West Coast, UCLA, plays
*New Belted 65 CHEVY IMPALA California. After losing 2
Steel l Shield, $745'J
Dr. HT, V-8, AT R & H, PS, Clean was $995 straight, U.C.L.A. wins this one
*Two Alas
I by a touch.
. *Two Puncturgard AT.R ft H, was |750

Dynabelts 65 VALIANT .
Popular PricedMASTER 4 Dr., R & H was $695 $495. '

V-8 Engine, was |595

lU1EUEA1[ [ 65 PLYMOUTH AT FURY. was 1695 $495 f A '

1; :: 62 ACPSVArR&H FORD GALAXIE, was 1550 $445 t + 1 \27

:;, AREA ADDRESS PHONE Manager 4 ,
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Arlington 1044 University Blvd. 725.1811 Bill Horntrg

;' \' y:';'r.: .' Southside Westside 532 3388 Cassat Philips Art.Hwy. '398.9510 388.7371 lim Ovrei.Reeder Nobles 1 111 ROYCE 1 11! !M.CARS j11: : : :;: !1 1S'h 1:

r ,/ I" Springfield lth? I Main St.' 354.9051 Troy Spharler.a ...........,..,.. ... .... ........:.:.:..
.a<\ Riverside 205 Stockton St. 388.0782 Tom Dunn '1557 Cassat Avenue Phone 384.3658
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February 1, 1971 ATN3 J, Delk, YN3 J. Andrews. JIt 4 U"Jf j

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March, 1971 RM2 J. P. Slack. January 1 1,1971 H..'>;

A03 Hildebrand, A03 Hohensteln( March 1 1,1971 SD3 H. Orlal V,1
and HM3 S. Smith. {
PT3 T. M. Huges. February 1 1,1971 Friday,October 16 Monday,October 19 '
April 1 1,1971
AZ2 B. Curtis, AE2 Scarboro, ATN3 BREAKFAST..Hot Grits, Eggs to BREAKFAST.-HotGrits, Eggs to 11'
AC1 W. Cloud, ASM3 Dautreull, Stephens. Order, Home Fried Potatoes, Grilled Order, Peach Hot Cakes.Brolled Bacon '
DPC N. Gage, AMS3 A. Green, HM3 NARFt Ham Slices, Sugar Rolls. Slices, Cinnamon Rolls.DINNERVegetable (fi

Knox, AE3 S. Sanborn, HM3 J. Saylor, March 1 1,1971 DINNER-Pepper Pot Soup, Baked Soup, Beef Pot ''
PN3 Cindy Schnell, AE3 R. Skinner, November 1 1,1970 Chicken and Rice, Creole Scallops, Pie or Shrimp Curry, Steamed Rice, ':rr
and ETC Wldstrand. PT3 J. O'Neal Tossed Green Rice, Buttered Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Curry': j'
ATN2 Grlgolett, ADJ2 Jennings, Asparagus, Yellow Cake, Banana Condiments of Chopped Beans, Diced .' t
PINECASTLE RANGE ATN3 J. Beals, ADJ3 Duerbeck' April 1,197)1 ) Cream Icing.SUPPER..Frled. Eggs Toasted Coconut, Minced ,;'
AME3 "
W. Mlrtl. Fish Platter, Cherries, Pepper Rings, Chutney "
November 1 1,1970 Macaroni au Gratln, Stewed Sauce, Spice Cake. ;{
PNC M. Jones, ATN3 J. Gable,
December I 1,1970 ATR3 J. Johnson. Tomatoes & Okra, Buttered Brussels SUPPER.-Grllled Hamburgers, or .j

TD3 L. Barker, TD2 W. Bean, TD2 J. Sprouts, Baked Cherry Rice Pudding. Cheeseburgers, French Fries, Italian i
Broom, TD3 Chandler, TD3 S. Crook, PR2 A. Pipher, ADJ3 Bazemore. Baked Beans, Cranberry Crunch. I,
TD2 S. Curry, TD3 G. Dickson, TD3 H. VW.4November Saturday,October 17 "t

Henwood, TD3 L, Hoover, TD3 F, Tuesday,October 20 ';11 11"II
January 1, EARLY BREAKFAST ..Hot
Isbert E03 McLennan, TD3 L. 1, 1970
Powers, TD1 J. Sanders, TD3 M. Farina, Eggs to Order, Hot GriddleCakes BREAKFAST"Hot Oatmeal, Eggs '

Scott, AZ1 Thompson and AC3 Zim ADJ3 M. Cole SOl R. Brown, ADRI E. Cook, Baked Beef Hash, Cake to Order, Creamed Beef on Toast
merman. AE2'S Altemus, Paulick Doughnuts. Hashed Brown Potatoes, Claws.
R. AK2 D. Oven
BRUNCH .Vegetable Soup, Grilled
Dee, ATN2's Goodrich, R, Hinman, T, DINNER-Creole Soup, Roastof ''r
December 1 1,1970 April, 1971 Thomas, ATR2's Halterman, D, Frankfurters, French Fried Potatoes, Veal, Natural Gravy! Mashed
Boston Baked Beans, Ice Cream
Cups. Potatoes, Bread Dressing, Buttered
Martino, B. Morris, A. Rulll, A
ADJ3 F. Hill SUPPER-Southern Fried Chicken, Green Beans,
TD3 D. Bentley, TD2 B. Benton, TD2 Phillips, ADR2 J. Hastle, AMH2 S. Cream Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Topping. Fruit Gelatin', Whipped.
Carrasco, A02 B., Mayer, YN3 W. Haines, AG2's J.
Fults, A03 Sam Creole Summer Squash, Buttered SUPPER..Beef Stroganoff, Hashed
Peake and TD3 Jim Ramey. Kiser, D. Meyer, AMA2 J. Smith, Lima Beans, Upside Down Cake. Brown Potatoes, Buttered Mixed
ATN3 M. AE3's -: "
NATTCi: Badgett M. Crosbyn,
Fresh Frozen Mixed
R. Gray, ADR3 D. Flemming, BM3 Vegetables, "
January 1, 1971 Harvard Beets, (
November 1,1970 Galloway, AK3's G. Gilpin, Stephens, Sunday,October II Cherry Pie. :

TD2 G. Mlleskl. AG3 K. Smith, ATR3 A. Hunter, YN3'sN.
> ,
Knott, Wertenber, J. Mole, D. EARLY BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal Wednesday,October 21 ;

AEC James McNamara, AE2' Sargent, PN3 M. Ott, CYN3 Phillips, Eggs to Order, French Toast,' :Y
February 1 1,1971 Kenneth Allen, Carl Stover, Larry AMH3 C. Sandlin, DK3 0. Scheldon, Grilled Sausage Patties, Raisin Rolls., BREAKFAST-Hot Farina, Eggs to ',J
Order ',
French Toast Baked
Tillman, PH2 Charles Brocksmlth, AZ3 J. Valle. BRUNCH-Chlcken Noodle Soup, Sausage I,
,Cake .
TD3 D. Bybee, E03 McGlashan, PN2 Douglas Hodges, SK2 Olof( Baked Ham,Macaroni and Tomatoes, patties Douahnuts.DlNNER'.Knlckerbocker ':

TD3 D. Natt and TD3 Tadlello. Lundgren, DT2 James Ralney, ATN2 December 1,1970 Mashed Potatoes, Buttered Green Soup, i'
Carl Weller, HM3 Charles Barker, Peas, Ice Cream Cups. ,Oven Roast of Veal, Virginia Baked
March 1 1,1971 TD3 Jack Becker, AE3's David ATI Coughlin, ATR2 M. Dobrlch, SUPPER-Spllt, Pea Soup, Grilled Ham, Pineapple Raisin Sauce, Stewed
Hadaway, Harlow Parry, AK3's Peter AE2 S. Young, CYN3 M. Suite, HM3 Beef Steaks, Mushroom Gravy, Baked Sweet Potatoes, Blackeyed Peas,
ASM2 D. Nahrath Pfister, Jack Walker, A03 Jimmy W. Walters. Potatoes, Buttered Wax Beans, Club Seasoned Spinach, Ice Cream Sun
Yarbrough. Spinach, Strawberry Short Cake. does;

April 1, 1971 January 1 1,1971

AG3 R. Crossen, TD3 Gallagher, .ATR2 Crutcher, ATR2 S. Steffey', ;
and TD3 McGarvey. AE2 Alan Tlbl ADR2 J. Kelley, AE3 J. Largent. .S sS\

HAS OTHER COMMANDS January ", 1970 February 1 1,1971 :
November 1,1V70 I DTG3 Richard Brown, AEC Robert ATR2 Atchison, ATN2 Messinger,
May ATN2 Byrne, AG2 Dykes,

ASH2 H. Deer, PN3 D. Fisher,ASH2 Discount
to ServiceMtN
Gockstett, ASE2 B. Helm, SK3 E. February 1 1,1971 March 1, 1971

Ogrady, ASM2 John Sofka, AQF3
Teckenbro and DP3 Waksmunsk.. HM2 A. Marsh, HM3 M. Kaehler, ATR2 R. Degree, ADR2 Schneider
PN3 Leplanka Best Financing Anywhere
April 1, 1971 \
1, 1970
March 1 1,1971
AMHC B. Dearman, ADR3's C.
Eli D. Dukelow, A03 M. Eaton,
PN3 Donna Fassnacht Berrey, T, Overly, W. West, CYN3
, '
; ETR2 T, Farrar, HM3 T, Smith and
ASM2 Thomas''. ,"" 'I Laneheart AE3 Sonderman.FINANCE SEE USFIRST Discounts toServicemen
( April 1,1971
January 1 1,1971
AEC's D. Ball, Loveless, Weston, .

ASM2 J. Spitzer and A03 Woolhlzer AOC B. Small, PNC A. Gotlng, AE3 November 1, 1970

.February I, 1971 Cutshall. DK2 Thompson 'Wt AD : .

ASM2 J. Avirett
November", 1970 December"1,1970

April 1,1971,. AEC J. Carter, AEl's R. Fauland, DK3 J. Krafft and DK3 Sullivan/
L.' Isaacs, B. Younger, AE2's R.
W. Allen, ASC McKenzie and
ETC Stohlbom. Biggs, M. Caruso, Chastlan, AMS1 C. ,
Jordan, AMS3 L, Beam; AE3's R.
Bauer, Belmares, M. Brlnck, L.
COMMISSARY JACKSONVILLENovember STORE Bums, P. Butler, R. Cervl, D. Clark, 2200MavportRd. 6263 Roosevelt 4!,
DK2 J.
S.. Craft, G. Fetters, J. Gilmore, Atlantic Beach ,Boulevard. '
Girard, Griffith, D. Haddock, D. ;
1,1970CS3Karrlker Harless, 'Haynes: L. Hilburn, G. Ph. 246-1246, Phone *5* or 5565. )>>1;,| ",

Lawson, P. Lemay, M; Llppert, T,
and CS2 W. Virtue.
,. ;9t
Marsh, Martinez, M. Maybry, ';'
McKinzie, Orlando, V. Ramey, M. ,
Sherman, R. Ward, D. West, G. ":)
Woody, A03's W. Bailey, ,Farrington, 4 I .::
H. Latham, R, Lavelle, Pinkerton, r TOYOTA COROLLA : ;
November 1 1,1970 : ;
etc,,, ,
t ('*( t"" "- '.. ,;
HM3 Jim Burch. ii f .+
December 1, 1970 :"
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COMFAIRJAXl AOC J. Stegllk, AE3's Campbell, W. .' ,
Nelson, J. Palumbo. I RIC
November 1,1970 '+, f.\

AKC B. Womak, J02 D. Williams, February 1, "71 .,, ",,.!h5'H '
'YN2 Christie, RM2's V. Simmer, '
Skraastad, YN3, J. Bergren, BM3 AE3 T.. Nelson ,/;:!'J

Saunders, PH3's W Sewell, M.Tesslng. ,. .,""'I
( March 1 1,1971 y..'

April 1,1971 AE3 P. Berg. ::

l,1G "
YN3 T, Bowie, PN3 W. Frank. e April 1 1,1971 PO"E
,,$1798 ;,

FAETULANTDETJAXtNovember AEC R. Gibson, A01 McDaniel, AE3 "' & Handling .
Plus Dealer,Prep v!VI >
W'Mefghan, A03 D. Slone.
, ,.,'
", 1970 'VP4SNovember The Corolla is the car Toyota designed to beat every :J

TD2 D. Y. Chan, TD3's D. G. Lanz, other low-priced car around. It never needs a chassis'J..

J. D. Peppers. 1,1970 lube.-Seldom needs gas ((30 miles to a gallon)., Syn-, '

chromesh transmission, wall-to-wall Nylon carpeting, '\ ..'
Parker, ATI H. Dalton I ,
March 1,1971 ,reclining bucket seats a're standard. Yet it's priced
ATN2's Adomyetz, Kennedy, Par.
TD3 R. J. Seligman. mley, ATR2 Gensemer, AMS2'J, under most economy cars.

ADJ2' D. Horgan, W
Brysen .
FICEURt Morton, W. Self, C. White, AE2's 68 NOVA 4 Dr., Auto., R '& H. M397H397 ..1
Cosier, Cummings, T. Depuy, A02's
November 1,1970 T. Brown, W. Locke, HM2 M. Bryden, 67 TRIUMPH
PR2 T, Butler, AWA2's A. Iversen, C. Convert

CTOI C. A. Dolle, CT02' L. J. Johnson, YN2 Kucher, SD2 P. Molles, Wagon, *
Buscaglia, C. A. Kohl, ETR2 D. D. AWN3 M. Adams, PN2 J. Jackson, 63 .OLDS Loaded. Like new 797REGENCY
Cowles, DM2 B. L. Flournoy, DP2 G. PN3 Balchunas, AE3's R. Butler, L.
E. Hall, RM2 R. E. Motloch, YN2 P. T. Crepple, Hennessy, Schenecke, A03'sM.
Parry, CT03 T, E. Bronkema, YN3 T. Lynn, Neubauer, R. Rhodes,
M. Giza, PT3 J. R.' Landa, DP3 B. N. Robinson, C. Thomas, ASM3 D, TOYOTA
Lynn, RM3 F, J. Shumaker. Colbert, ATR3G. Dearing, ADJ3's C. HONDA
Dooley, G. Sewell, T, Lewis, AMS3 A.
Hauck, PH3 Schneider, PR3 Shaffer,
December 1,1970 AWA3 VermIIIio, CYN3 C. Walton. & CYCLES CO. 8445 ARLINGTON EXPRESSWAY


PT1 J. W. Henderson, CT01 R. C. December 1, 1970 PHONE 771-8244 PHONES: 721-3000 or 721-3081

Hill, CT03 W. L. Lipscomb. ATN2 Schuessle, AWA2 D. Glngrey,

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r): How They're Standing

Football Bowling

: American League American League

ComFatr 7.2 .773 R.s Raiders 21-3 .875 I t

'} VP-45 8-4 .667 King Pins 18-6 .667
VA-203 5-4 .571 Marauders 14-10 .583'
'jt MATSG 4-3 .556 Officers 11.9 .550
} Comm 4-4 .500 Gold 13-11.542
\ II
/ 679th 4-6 .400 Gunho 13-11.542 <,
( AFEES No. 2 12-12 ,500E'
National LeagueHandball Zephyrs 12-12 .500
Molar Rollers 114() .417
NARTU 6-1 .857
,\ MarBar .857 Continental League

\'\; Hospital 4-3 .571 FLIGHT WINNERS Flight winners In the Jax Invitational received golf bags at the end of the
;\ FICEUR 4-3 .571 Hunters 18-6 .750 tournament Sunday. Winners and flight are from right to left: Morley Vail, 1st,flight; Bob Watkins,
MARTD 3-6 .333 Mad Foxes No. 1 16-8 .667 2nd flight; Gene McDonald, 3rd flight; Art Kenfleld, 4th flight; Jim Donaldson, 5th flight, Walt
4 .. AirOps 1-5 .167 Tars 16-8 .667 Avery, 6th flight; and Herb Smith,7th flight. (Complete results on page 16)), !
J. VW-4 1-6 .143 Weapons 11-9 .667

Chiefs Chokers 11-9 11-9 .550.550 Jax Motorcyclists Form ClubJax

CPOs 0 11-9 .550
;; NARTU 3-0 1000 Trainers 111,2-121,2.480

." Medical 1-0 1000 MARDTNo.l 11-13 .458 Motorcycle enthusiastsat will be $5.Charter. 'Gus Guastamachio at 264-9748
Air Opa M .500 Quaks 11-13 .450 the air station have formed a memberships are Dave McGuire at 264-5693 or
MARTD 1-1 .500 Atlantic League cycle club and have invited all currently being 1 sought I by the Dick Gardner after 5 p.m. at 264-
+ MarBar 0-2() personnel at the air station Interested new club. Anyone interested in1 5370.
VW-4 0-2() Bee.s 161,2-71,2.680 motorcycling to join.A seeing the aims of the club fur- All active members are
\ Pin Benders 15-9 .625 thered is invited to attend one of
\' ... spokesman for the club said required become members of
Cats' 15-9 .625
') Alley 'We've formed the club to its meetings. Club meetings are the Universal Cycle Club Inc.
Torp Tuners 14-10 .583 feeling held each Wednesday at 8 p.m. in The first" dues will be
l Take Your Babyto develop a more friendly years paid
Good&Bad, 14-10
between motorcyclists and other Bldg 906 (NARTU area). by the newly formed 'Kings and
Five 13-10 .560
f Foggy 13-11 .542 vehicle users. We want to en- For further information call Queens Motorcycle Club.'
JIiiIt.j Engineers
courtesy among cyclistsand
.458 courage
Supply other vehicle drivers along
j Third Framers 11-13 .458 Jax Sports Shorts
with for all laws' and
a SpecialistWE Round Five 10-13 .440 a respect '
rules of the road. ,
MAINTAIN IT National League .
Basketball Coach Needed
the club's goals are -
WITH LOVING CARE ., GEM 18-6 .750 Among
aimed at Improvingthe
TOM lUSH Volkswagen 679th 18-6 .750 programs of cyclists and Jax -Atheletic Director Frank McCaffery has put out a second call
I' Radar 17 16-8 .667 for potential basketball coaches for the forming station'varsity squad.
: ::' RetleNP/ 2qaze' Uncles 15J'-8J% .640 bike teaching riders.In motorcycle. safety to Anyone with coaching experience; who would be interesting in prep-
Legal 14J9J .600 ping the Fliers through their 71 slate is asked to call McCaffery at '
order to bring the club to the
",;1\\\ 9850 AtlanticBlvd.. Blue 14-10 .583 Ext.3239.The Fliers;opening game is scheduled for the middle of next.
j FaidFolk 13-11 ..542lj attention of the public .a Poker month.
Road Rally is planned on Oct. 24
with trophies and prizes to be Grid Tryouts BeginAll
lj awarded. Entry fee for the rally
y GoverHMMt P.noll.I.lllal positions are wide open for those interested earning. a berth on
Coach Bill Fertig's varsity touch football squad. Tryouts and practice
j, Lift lisiroHM Company ) U 9ff f 1 sessions are being held Monday through Thursday at Enterprise Field
beginning at 6:30: p.m..The team will compete in the Sixth Naval

" 'tp cia fttt (In service to?the military' District tournament scheduled for NAS Jax Nov. 9-13.



'" .' USN (rUt.) MC PO USN (Ret)

; 11659 Jonathan Rd. 5825',Jaguar Dr. W. .CAR
1\ Jacksonville, 32225 Jacksonville 32205

', Tel: 724-4833 ", Tel:, 771-7511" t kcooo

II -- drive arwnd on pennies! : .

i Q-I returned from Vietnam
,'i'1 354-9001 764-3583 246-4801 or 246-8104 recently active, and duty was after separatedfrom serving

\'0! 50% on 835 Main Street 14670 Duval Road 2955 Mayport Road 21 months. As I plan to applyto

i We rent General Motors and other fine cars the.VA for educational assistance -
ta attend college,
\1"\ you tell ..me how many months
I ,of entitlement I will have
\. atSb
YO months of entitlement. Any vet
eran an other than dishonorable -
discharge who has served
I. < on at least 18 months on active

ioo OFF duty entitlement is,entitled to the maximum

Stay at any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn; Q-I I,am a World War II' vet
in the Continental U.S.'*.at Va the regular To SERVICEMENAAAVNNAWV eran with Service-connected 20

rate on Friday, Saturday;. Sunday) *; per cent disability.,The VA doctor
t who examined me recently
, nights' : ti, y 1' said I''must be for
t hospitalized
,: '
I ': Youdon't have to be fn'tmiform/AII you. : ..":'" 30 MODELS'TO''CHOOSE' FROM this condition for about six
need isyour ID. :' ,', I" .
I r \ weeks. I have no disability income -
Next time you'get weekend pass,;' ,{> ....-1.. :, SCHULT'' RICHARDSON' Insurance,, and, my >employer -
unwind hi style at Sheraton. ... ,,'.: does not have ,a sick:
1"I I plan. What I do to provide
LliERtY can
*llM/r-VtMSI dMtA mL f jM ft
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for my family while I am ..hMt -
I "IIWJtU :.;:::99 A"t M avNN ....1..' HALLMARK. ., :PEACHTREE. ,t all:ed 1AAny
...... .amud M.IoI -.-
...a. IM ft "., veteran who is hospitalized
r : t Htgit.
....... 'If" ". C"""' ".'I. ... ',.- "."I fi', :: Hart Mobile<<>>. HomeAction I connected by condition VA, for for'a SenieeI 21 days-

S *&* 'f f i ., 'or-!more is automatically rated
: C'eiier 100 per cent, disabled, and receives -
: ,
: compensation at that rate
0 Where Quality AnaV.lue, Are.Traditional from date of his admission. In
Siiei' ton-Jac4vso vllle Hotel I your case you should make sure
10407 ATLANTIC BOULEVARD PHONE 721-1544 that proof of your marriage and
l '
: GULF LIFE CENTER iMile East of birth certificates for
OF EEC Regency Square your
c children: are in your VA records.f" .



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Ross 'Rigtit'

You Pick-Urn
In 4th Week ,

Grid ContestJaxThe
Name, .Rank..Title.

Jax Air News
and "
Latwinger pigskin pollsters who Duty Station Phone No._____ ,'t",
make up the You Pick-Urn poll r5

just about got beat by the (Team listed first Is visitor)
this week '
prognosticators when :
six.fans recorded '
9.1 slates. : Pros ;
If it hadn't been for the Oregon --
win over UCLA, there would have t,,:, \;
been six 10-0 slates ,and the DALLAS -' MINNESOTA.' J:;, 1

pollsters would have had to ,,'
search further for this week's BALTIMORE _, N. Y, JETS __ \,I,"I
games. (A pro game will be this
week's tie breaker),
AMH1 Carl Ross won this College

week's contest with a 24.7 guesson ,}
the outcome ''of' the Texas
clash. CLEMSON ____ WAKE FORREST. :')a
Oklahoma Others at Jax
LAUNCHES TD .. ComFllr's Dennis McLoughlin tosses I 15-yard
with 9-1 records were
touchdown pass to Jeff Wagner the outstretched
over arms of Marine OKLAHOMA COLORADO
Chuck Hunter .
dependent and
Ulysses Frier. Com Fair won, 86. r
YN2 Jimmy Summers of VW-4. 4
Summers was a winner in the COLUMBIA. YALE .', ,
contest a couple of weeks ago. Marines Nartu Still -., ,
Cecil grid experts with 9-1 slates
were AQB3 F J. Scheivelbein of DUKE NORTH CAROLINA ST._
Weapons and AMEC R. G. Boyd I

ofNAMTD, Tied in Grid LoopJax NOTRE DAME..,, MISSOURI

Powerful Nartu and the Marine Barracks '
remained deadlocked in the station National League WEST VIRGINIA PITTSBURGH

grid standings,this week, while ComFair maintained its
dominance in the American circuit. PURDUE, IOWA

Marine Barracks improved its record with a 10-0 win .
over one-win,Air Operations on a Ron Johnson touch

down and Bobby Hall safety. The Barracks now sports a Tie breaker: Predict final score between Dallas

6-1 record as does Nartu. -- and Minnesota. Indicate winners In other games bya
Nartu kept pace with the saved VP-5 from a shutout. check mark. Ballot boxes are located In Galley
Marine squad by shutting out NARTU 28, Hospital 0: Bill One and the Main Exchange at NAS Jax and Cecil
another Marine squad, MARTD, Borries notched a pair of TD's,
Field. Also, ballots be turned In at the Jax Air
AMH1 Ross may
behind the three touchdown
18-0); and Gene Conners and Dave
performance of fleet Bill Borries Hardin contributed one apiece as News or Latwinger offices. Ballots must be turnedIn
CLPPEWLVEffLNET.CKAFT/ / / In other intramural games; the training unit squad trippedup by noon Friday.
Comfair 8,.MA TSG 6: A close the Hospital.
. one with the Marines jumping to ComFair 18, VP-5 6: Tom
MERCRUISER a 6-0 halftime lead on a Ulysses Bowie, Dennis McLoughlin and Sight Sighting Day Set
STERNDRIVES I Frier TD grab off the hands of a Jim Goodloe teamed as the
MERCURY teammate. Late in the second touchdown trio in carving out the
,., ... ...
OUTBOARDS half ComFair QB Dennis win over the Foxes The Foxes
hit Jeff didn't back into their Military hunters interested in having their rifles ready for hunting
: 1ii]$ McLoughlin Wagner on get pushed ;
an aerial TD play. A two-point den until the final half. Don season may take advantage of the Gateway Rifle and Pistol Club's
EXPERT REPAIR conversion proved the difference Anderson's first period touch Sighting Days Oct.17,18,25 and 31 and Nov. 1,7 and 8.Sighting is )
SHOP Iftl:;:; Marine Barracks 26, VW-4 0: down made it 6-6 going into,theintermission available for$2 from 8 a.m.until 6 pm;on the above dates.The club is
FACTORY had located on Zambitto Road in Jacksonville.
Roger Dunlap an outstandingday
TRAINED I in scoring three touchdownsto
MECHANICS spark the Marine win. Ron
Johnson added a fourth
264-9835 Barracks Hurricane!TD Hunters in the win over the tJ.ad UU tfj U ItO'tidadffl1J4t

INLET MARINE'S.I.s' VP.4514;r VP-5 6: All scoring ft4IuttM m< came in the,first half as Joe

1 Strvlci, Bretton garnered two six- Q
Hwy ,,17 Orange,, Park pointers for the Red Darters.Dan
Rhey's lone Mad Fox touchdown

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You'll find,3 bedrooms, 2 baths and many roomy close ,
plus a free separate dining room.Why not Include a family room
fireplace(optional) In your plans?

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Scott Mills Fires 36-hole 140 the Victor and the VIPs

To Capture Jax InvititationalJaxEighteen.yearold

Scott Mills birdied the fourth hole,,sank an eagle on the y h y.i .

fifth, and then birdied the 12th, 15th and 17th holes in firing a sizzling 69 Sundayfor

a 36-hole total of 140 to win the NAS Jacksonville Invitational Golf Tourna

4 ment by nine strokes.It i pA,

was Mills' second cham-
,, pionship round In two months. 82.1691 Larry Glllam, 86-85-171 98189.'
The golf scholarship Florida Mayor Tanzler, 85-87.172. Fifth flight: Jim Donaldson, 85-79- F
Second flight: Bob Watkins, 78-78- 164 George Taylor; 85-80-165; Ernie
Junior College student capturedthe 156 Frank Kadel, 78-78-156 John Mills, 66-81.167 Jerry Sporlch, 85-66-
DuClay championship a few O'Loughlln, 78-80-158; Barry 171; Dan Lewis, 86.85.1711; Pete
weeks ago. In his first college Williamson, 78-81-159; Jim Phillips( GuShanas,84.90.1741 Bob Thlel, 8688. S7.
81-81-162; Bob Page, 62-81.163; John 174; A. A. Clpolat, 89-86-175; Hugh
Palatka he
match this In
year Andrews, 82.81.1631 Jim Potter, 8282. Harkins, 89-86-175 Mel Collins, 87-88-
fired a 69, including a hole in one. 1641 Jack Wyle, 82-82-164; Ken Nleld, 175/' Glynn Oglesby, 84-91-175; Joe
;' Walt Kelczewski and Al Miller, 86.79.1651 Don Onstott, 86.80.I 661 Del I Ferrantl, 85-92-177 Jack Fox, 87-91- a 3i .
the defending champion, finished Burton, 86-82-168 I Dan Conroy, 8781. 178; Al Marshall, 9189.180; Bill sI=
168 Adrian Poulin, 84.86.1701 George Snyder, 99.90.1891; Bob Kunkle, 100-90- flt
wlth'149's after regulation Harris,89-82-171; Bob Reynolds,83-90- 190.
with Kelczewski taking second
place on sudden death play. Dave 173.Third flight: Gene McDonald, 84-79- Sixth flight: Walt Avery, 61-85-166 f
also fourth in 163 Ed Walker, 79-85-164; Bill Wright Dick McCorkle, 8A81.11JGuy Pon 4
won place
Sweeney 84-81-165; Charlie Kilburn, 85-80-165 der,89.87-1761; Ernie Taylor, 92-86-198 !' '
the championship flight by Bill Leonard, 83.84.1671 Comer Dick Drechler, 92-86-178; Cy Simpson, L
sudden death after he and Guy Perryman, 83.84.1671 Hugh Bush, 83- 90.89.1791 Walt Schub, 86-93-179 Wade 4 ,
.. Durant both came in with 36-hole 85.168/J., K. Cooke, 66-84-170 Guy RlZk, 89-91-180)) R. L. Watson, 86-95- INVITATIONAL CHAMP -- Scott Mild (hoNIng. trophy) received
Battiste, 87-84-171 Ralph Ghloto, 86- 1811; 'v. L. Mlcheel, 94-88-182; Al
totals of 156. 86-172 George Fowler, 85.88.1731; Kirkland, 93.90.1831 Gary Stelger,, 91. the congratulations of (L to R) Capt. John R. Klncald, CO NAS Jax,
The second flight was also Burdette Houck, 87-68.175; Mike 93-184 Joe Vaughn, 95-90-165 Ed RAdm. Lawrence Heyworthcommander Fleet Air Jax, and I
decided by sudden death, with Boyett, 68-68-176 O.E. Meyer, 92-84- Sapp, 94-93-187 Richard Schwelzer, Jacksonville Mayor Hans Tanzler following his victory Sunday In the
Bob Watkins the 176 Blake Holland, 91.86.1771 Clayton 99-90-189 Ed Kreglowskl, 10388191.
taking flight Riley withdrew. Seventh flight (Handicap): Herb championship flight of ,the NAS Jacksonville Invitational Golf Tour.
after he and Frank Kadel battledto Fourth flight: Art Kenfleld, 84-78- Smith, 87-90-159 t Ed Ballard, 9291. nament.,
a 156-156 tie at the end of 162 Norm Clive, 86-78-164 Gary 165 Jake Jacob, 89-95-166 George
regulation play. Goettllker John Kennedy, 83.86.1691Len Nichols, 89-97068 Charlie Hallums,
Wallace,79-90-169 AI Hospers, 8387170 92101.1691; John Hoydlc, 94-97.171
; Bob Huskey, 8487.171 'Len Dayton Travis,8999.172 Bill Loy, 103- >
Complete Results Pavelka, 85-86-171; Bill Crement, 90- 90.1731; Ted Moo, 94-104-174; Tom Bob's Oak Hill'
82.1721 Charlie Davis, 84.91.1751 Jake Cuttino, 96-95-175 Bill Hllllg, 99-94-
Championship flight: Scott Mills, 71- Morris, 81-94-175 Earl Kelly, 87-69- 1751; AI Nick, 103-91-176 Norman
69.1401 Walt Kelczewski, 74-75-149 AI 176 Joe McAleer, 90.86.1761 Fred Helfrl, 94-99-177 Ken Anderson, 102- Pure Service CenterOpen
Miller,76.73.1491 Dave Sweeney,7680. Fussell, 9384.177 Gen. J. P, 93.1771; Dave Coburn, 99-103-186 Fred
1561 Guy Durant, 78.78.1561 Pat Stapleton, 90-87-177 Jack Shelly, 91. Jackson withdrew.

Grosskopf, 74.84.1581 Bob Ricker, 75- ,..,,, r@ 7N'1, 1xY + 71
83.1581 Jack 'Allen, 80.78.1581 Bill yf; 'ro tWt'i b 4tA'yVrS ;y/ 1 4",6urlnA++ tidy! r.V F' for your convenience 6 a.m 10 p.m.
.Maranvllle, 82.79.1611 Bill Bernier, n.

80-163 Richard John Bailey MaBanta, 82-82064, 81.82.1631 Jim Kinder rood service pick up' i delivery

Frank Scruby, Frank Heyer and
Clint Floyd all withdrew. MeckiMic OR duty Americu ft rorein Curs
First flight: Morley Vail, 77.73.1501
George Mullins, 8076.156 George
McCarthy, 78.79.1571 Ray Barnett, 79- PHONE 103rd & Jammes Road
79.1581 George Herlder,76-82-153 Bob
Smith, 80-79-159 Mike,Hollack, 77-83- 771.9156 Jacksonville Florida
1601 Fred Miller, 80-80.1601; Curt
Thurman, 81.80.1611 Tom Shepperd,
61-80-161; Joe VanVactor, 75-87-162; .
I Rod Plnney, 79.83.162; Adm
Heyworth, 83-83-166 Joe Brinkley, 87.INSURANCE .


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