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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: November 12, 1970
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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 )
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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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NAS Joins Camp Fire Girls In i

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Annual Christmas Charity DriveJax J

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more than one hundred of Jacksonville's canned goods or other non-perishable f
less fortunate families this year thanks to items and monetary gifts until'the drive ;

the; ,annual Navy'' Camp Fire Girls ends Dec. 4. Ens.,Mary Kallas, treasurer''f'

'Christmas ,Sharing Drive for the campaign, will also accept money f...

As.in the past, Naval ,Air Station per- to buy turkey for dinner baskets. J'', ('
,," sonnel are invited to join,with the,Camp This year the drive will end with the in- ::
' rn ,Fire Girls,in providing baskets of food for gathering of donated foods at the Marina :
needy families on a voluntary basis in Jacksonville's Friendship 'Park' at

Various station ,wives 'clubs and 10:30: a.m., 'Saturday' ,. Dec. 5. Navy it:r.

organizations are expected ,add their trucks will deliver the goods to the station

support.., ,Chapel where it will be boxed for delivery
AN/M/ \M u.rk I Last year 200 boxes of food and 208 to area families, t

turkey certificates' were donated, by the Chaplain Sheldon will'supervise the in-

''' Camp, Fire' Girls, ,and other interested gathering'' of food from the Camp Fire '

ANNUAL CHRISTMAS DRIVE BEGINS- Capt. J. R. kincaid, NAS persons and through funds ,donated bY'' Girls, collection 'of funds, purchase of, I
commanding officer, signs an NAS Jax Instruction Initiating the annual various' air' station departments, tenant additional food and the distribution of the
Camp Fire Girls' Christmas Sharing Program on station Mary commands' and wives clubs. Christmas food baskets. ''He will also be' :
Dunlap, executive director for the Duval County Camp Fire Girls,
LCdr George M Sheldon the NAS available to 'to.the various 't
witnessed the captain's signature and accepted the drive's first, cash' speak r
donation' from him protestant 'chaplain, and chairman for organizations concerning the drive. ,

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t Finds Old 'Rocks and Shoals'Jax .

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'Sailors never had it so good.' ..
This was at least a point ponder among Air Traffic Control personnel at Air

Operations Monday when one of their Navymen accidentally discoveredanAugust;
1942 copy of the Articles for the Government ,of the United States (AGN), a '

) forerunner of, today's Uniform Cpde",Military! Justice: .,.... .. ,
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AN.t, Jim ,Gray found ,,the old ,;}
document glued on the back'of a Unlike today the sailor did not ticles could be punished. by
framed"20 x 30 plywood board have the right' to appeal. In court 'catch'"article 22.
used by Air:,Traffic Control for a even a ,look of 'silent ,contempt' To make sure all hands 'were'
could earn punishment whereas aware of current rules,..it, was Y
SAR pilot call board which he ,
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intended toconvertintoa message today we can plead Article 31 required by Art. 20,that every \
board for the flight clearance The 70 AGNarticles date back to commanding officer of a war, '1
desk. the original British' articles of vessel read the articles to ships .i 1j

At first Airman Gray, war and have been amended company once a month, and placea THE OLD AND THE NEW.. Unperturbed by veteran opinions that ;
who is of modern, Navy vintage, many times throughout the years copy in a conspicuous area for modern-day Navymen are better off than their predecessors Jim
didn't realize just:what he had until finally replaced by the all hands to see. Gray and George Fry compare the current UCMJ with the old 'Rocks
discovered until his leading chief UCMJ,in May 31, 1951. This, particular copy at'Air, and Shoals'held by ACC James Worrell Jim Gray's discovery of the :\
. arrived on the'scene. It was then One reason why veterans agree Operations, 'however,I seems to old articles of.war ,caused Navy,veterans at Air Operations to muse ,',
i: determined that the articles were that life under the AGN was 'so have remained inconspicuous over the many changes made In Navy regulations over the years. '.
what was then commonly hard is that the'' rules never throughout the years in the guise
deviated and punishment for 'of a SAR pilot call sheet and Air,
referred to as the 'Rocks and Exams ;
Shoals' perhaps because 'the crimes:was consistently strict. Ops personnel may well have February Scheduleda
sailor who went'aground' stood a For instance, ,today's' liberal found one of the few <.1
very small chance against the policies concerning alcoholic remaining copies still hanging., Jax-Those of you who missedthe The NAS Educational Services ,,
unyielding 'articles of war' beverages might be' frowned Their only problem now is to August advancement examsor Office advises that all recommendations :
Discovery of the articles set upon by the preceding 'seagoing find, another 20 x 30 plywood were unsuccessful may have be submitted to their :
;f some of the department's more generations as the AGN states board suitable' for their flight another chance to make rate with office by Nov; 30 to give them
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.. veteran sailors to ,reminiscing that no 'distilled ,spirits' be clearance_menage board .... the February exams' ,time to process Fleet Reserve "
about,the 'g Cd? oP days' when allowed ,aboard ship unless approved :applications after Jan.l, 1971'are r
I'j I Rocks and Shoals were, the iron, for medicinal purposes by' :not eligible to compete for advancement 'k:
"I law,.however ,tough times; life the medical officer.A in February ,
I for the sailor of the' more serious offense than So far the ESO has not received .M
) Most ,tended to agree' that 'this may have been'Irreverant or word that any waivers will be ,-:,
, .sailors then did not have as many unbecoming behavior''' during granted in eligibility ""
!' rights as'do Navymen today, as divine services' and punishableby ,requirements for petty officer '1
I hapless sailors" caught for their courts martial. rates; ,however, there are some ','
i misdeeds :were"'automatically The death sentence could be i new changes that will be effective :
I:t'I,1 I guilty until proven'innocent. dealt for mutiny, disobeying.,a 'with. the February exams.An'overallperformance., :
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------- lawful order, murder, spying? mark ;;
desertion, sleeping on 'watch, .average of not less ,than 3.0 will :
-INSIDE- leaving a post, arson, surren- \be 'required for advancement .\
dering the flag to the enemy I or eligibility,but this is not to imply, \0{
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Page cowardice in combat. as stated in BUPERSNOTE 1418,
Menu' 2 Less serious crimes such'' as ,.- that' all, those who meet this ''t?.
,Club Schedules 4 swearing, drunkeness, lying, minimum requirement should be
theft, fraud, gambling, cruelty to considered eligible as other .)i.c
; Want Ads 11It others, assault, quarreling or overall performance qualitites "
E Movies 11 inciting' quarrel dueling or should be taken into consideration.
other scandalous behavior could OFFICIAL OPENING Congressman Charles E. '/emwft (I) cut Also in February the new OT
I Civil Service News 14 warrant stiff reprobate in courts the ribbon officially"opening the new Housing Referral and Family rating exam will be given and ..g
Sports 17 martial. Service Center at Bldg. 18 last week with assistance from Housing exams for ATR, ATN, AQB and I
Any other crimes committedbut Referral Officer Lt. Elsie Watkins, Public Works Officer Capt. R. T. AQF-being phased out of the
not mentioned 'in other ar Hardy,and NAS CO Capt. Kincald. (See story on page 15)) Navy-will still be given.
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Published by'the Holt Publishing Company private firm, Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein,are their own anpl not to ;r
be considered, an official expression. of any military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not '

constitute' an endorsement of any military department, of the products or services advertised. kYyY





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NAVAL AIR STATION
Saturday Mass 5 P.M.
+ Sunday Mass-11:00 A.M.:

WASHINGTON (AFPS) The increasing popularity of contact Daily Mass 11:30: A.M.. I-
lenses has brought into focus many alarming complications, medical Saturday Confessions -
officials are reporting. 10:30: 11:15: a.m.
More than a half-million people are fitted each year for contact .5 by
lenses, and most of the problems arise from a lack of knowledge NAVAL HOSPITAL
about the tiny lenses and how to wear them safely, Sunday Mass 8 A.M. '
Medical people offer these tips:
They recommend wearing contacts ajnaximum of 10 to 14 hoursa NATTC

day. ,
Contact lenses should not be worn during jobs where abnormal Sunday Mass 930 A.M. *
amounts of dust or irritating chemicals are produced. WINS MEDALS> In an official ceremony October 28, Capt. John J. Bldg. 500
Prolonged wearing of contact lenses increases the risk of infec- Demayo Jr., chief staff officer, Fleet Air Wing 11, was presented the
tion and corneal abrasion. Recently, the "overwearing" syndromehas Meritorious Service Medal by Wing Commander Capt. W. J. Pressler
become evident and manifests itself by severe pain and lid Jr. Capt. Demayo was awarded the medal for his role as lea er of a PROTESTANTNAVAL
spasm when a lens is removed. This is usually due to central corneal mobile operations control team during extensive anti. arlne
erosion or abrasions. Spontaneous healing usually occurs if a lensis operations in the Azore Islands last year. He was cited forWMlllful HOSPITAL
not worn for one or two days. Sunday Worship 10 A.M.
coordination of to the
Once a schedule is set for wearing contact lenses, six to seven flight operatlonswhlchcontributedsignificanrty
hours should be the maximum uninterrupted wearing time, after team's effectiveness and to the results achieved during these
NAVAL AIR STATION
which the lenses should be removed for a half-hour. missions.;
Blinking serves an important purpose for contact wearers, as it Sunday
keeps the entire surface of the eye moist and insures that the Holy Communion 8:30:
lens is kept in motion. Wearers are warned against sleeping with A.M. Bldg. 750
their lenses in place.Help Church School (all ages)

J1&iVQe 9A.M.Junior Church (Nursery -

grade 6)) 10 A.M.
On The HorizonBy Divine Worship Service

10 A.M. Bldg. 750
The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different Junior Youth Fellowship
LCdr Rchard A. Boyer, CHC meal schedules. Dining Hall No.1 1, Bldg. 4, serves weekday meals as follows:
P.M. 722
breakfast. a.m. to 7s30: a.m.; dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.; and supper 4 p.m. to 1 Bldg.
5:30 p.m. Dining Hall No.;3, Bldg. 551, serves breakfast 5:30 a.m. to 7 a.m.1'' Senior Youth Fellowship
dinner. 11 a.m. to 12:30: a.m. supper 5:00: p.m. to 4:15.: Both Pining halls ob 1:30 P.M Bldg. 722
:
The story is told that when theCommunists enteredthe serve the same hours on weekends and holidays: early breakfast 6:30: a.m.: to
8:30: a.m.; brunch 9:30: a.m. to 12:30: p.m. and support 4 p.m. to 5:30: p.m.
city of Shanghai they set fire to it. Among' those who Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and,early breakfast for 25 Tuesday
witnessed this spectacle were some newsmen from the cents; dinner and brunch for 65 cents and supper for 50 cents. '

United States One of them, Robert Abrams, while Christian Science Service ,
Frlcay, November 13BREAKFAST..Cornmeal Roast Turkey Log, Brown Turkey
watching the city burn wrote these cryptic lines: Gravy, Bread Dressing, Mashed 7 P.M. ;
Mush, Potatoes, Buttered Green Beans,
Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Beets In Orange ,Sauce: Strawberry Tuesday
Tonight Shanghai is burning Order, French Toast, Choice of Fish Chiffon Pie. {
And we are dying too. Fillets or Ham Slices, Eggs Au Gratin, SUPPER-Vegetable Soup, Braised Senior Choir Rehearsal '
Hash Brown Potatoes, Assorted Liver and Onions or Beef Porcupines.
What death more surely mortal ';(A. Doughnuts. Brown Gravy, Lyonnalse Potatoes, 7 P.M. Bldg. 750 ;

Than death inside of" you? -\} k \ &. DINNER Manhattan 'Clam I Baked 'Macaroni: & Cheese; Buttered, ,
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,; Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Deep Mixed Vegetables, Dessert.
Some men die of shrapnel Fried Fish, Brown Gravy, Mashed NATTCDivine
And some go down in flames, Potatoes, Macaroni with Tomatoes & Tuesday, November 17 Worship 12 P.M.
Cheese, Buttered Green Peas,
Bldg. 500Evening
But most men perish inch by inch /> Blueberry Pie.SUPPER..Chicken. BREAKFAST Oatmeal, Hard
In play at little games. Rice Soup, Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order, Worship 6 P.M.
Baked Tuna & Noodles, IH) Rancho Griddle Cakes, Grilled Luncheon Bldg. 500
Stew, Home Fried Potatoes, Buttered Meat, Creamed Chipped Beef, Hash
Broccoli Spears, Mexican Corn, Brown Potatoes, Glazed Butterfly
Perhaps the great tragedy of the twentieth century is Pineapple Pie.Saturday. Rolls.

not just the horrible slaughter of millions ,by two world November 14 DINNER Roast, -Beef Beef Stock Rice Gravy Soup, .YankeePot Rissole TrafficViolations

wars and a few powerful dictators, but the fact that Potatoes, Steamed Rice, Lyonnaise
?EARLY BREAKFAST Hominy Wax Beans, Buttered Broccoli,
millions more are dying Inch by inch in play at little Grits, Hard Boiled Eggs, French Martha Washington Cream Pie.
games.' In spite' of scientific progress: and the abund-- Toast, Griddle Cakes, Choice of SUPPER-Creole Soup, Barbecued
Bacon, Ham or Minute Steaks, Hash Pork Loin, Barbecue Sauce, French
ance of entertainment afforded; so many people haveno Brown Potatoes, Pecan Rolls. Fried Potatoes, Fried Rice, Buttered
goal to shoot for, no noble purpose in life, and thus BRUNCH-Frled Eggs to Order, Green Peas, Dessert; Jax-The following is a reportof
Breakfast Meat, Grilled Hamburgers, motor vehicle accidents and
lead lives of quiet, but very real desperation. and Cheeseburgers, French Fried Wedensday, November 18 traffic violations for the period of
Potatoes, Potato Chips, Baked Beans,
Beautiful is the story of the little lad, who, when called Pastry and .Dessert.. BREAKFAST Farina, Hard Oct. 26 to Nov. 1.

upon to recite the 23rd Psalm, forgot his lines and said: Cream SUPPER Gravy Grilled, O'Brien Pork Potatoes Chops,, Griddle Boiled Eggs Cakes, Fried'Eggs, Grilled Luncheon to Order, Number of Accidents

'The Lord is my shepherd; that's all I want.' ;He did no Fried Rice, Baked Corn and Meat, Creamed 'Chipped Beef, Hash
Tomatoes, Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Brown Potatoes, Iced Bear Claws. This week 5
could to the intent of stated a truth that Cup Cakes. DINNER-Pepper Pot Soup, Roast This week a year ago 1
allwhotrust
be affirmed by in the Lord Jesus Boneless Veal, Brown GraVy, Mashed Total accidents this year 275
Sunday, November 15 Potatoes, Sausage Bread Dressing,
Christ. Intermittent trouble and confusion, so much a Buttered Broccoli Spears, O'Brien Total accidents through this
EARLY BREAKFAST Wheat Corn, Devils Food Cake with Mocha period last 371
part of the human life, are not enough to frustrate one Cereal,' Hard'' Boiled Eggs, French Icing. year
who is able to see over the molehills to heaven on the, Toast, Griddle, Cakes, Choice of SUPPER-French Onion Soup, Beef Total number of days since last
horizon where the Lord stretches out His hand and Bacon, Ham,or Minute Steks, Hash Pot Pie, Scalloped Tuna & Peas, injury in a motor
says, Brown Potatoes, Iced Double Snails. Buttered Egg Noodles, French Fried vehicle accident 37
'Let ,your life by My problem.' BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Cauliflower, Simmered Lima Beans, Number of days since an injury
Breakfast Meat, Submarine Sandwiches .
Iced Fruit Bars.Thursday
; French Fried Potatoes, last year at this time 155

Potato Dessert Salad,, Baked Beans, Pastryand November 19 Number of Violations

SUPPERGrllled Beef Steak, BREAKFAST--Cornmeal Mush,
Mushroom 'Gravy, Oven Brown Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to This week 66
JAX AI NE S Potatoes, Baked Potatoes, Simmered Order, Griddle Cakes, Grilled Minute Speeding 13
Green Beans, Harvard Beets, Pecan Pork Chops, Minced Beef, Hash Reckless driving 1 :
Pie Brown Potatoes, Swedish Tea Rings. i
DINNER-Vegetable Soup, Fried Going through stop sign 6
Chicken, Chicken Other Violations 46
Gravy Whipped
The JAX AIR NEWS is Civilian Newspaper
a Enterprise
Monday, November 16 Potatoes, Blackeye Peas, Creole
, distributed each Thursday at the U.S. Naval Air Station Green Beans, Srawberry Shortcakewith Forty-two drivers appeared
Jacksonville(( Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a ? .BREAKFAST-Hot Buttered Grits, Whipped Topping. before the Traffic Hearing Boardon

private firm All Copy submitted for, use In the JAX AIR NEWS Order Hard ,Boiled French Eggs Toast, Fried, Grilled Eggs Pork to Steak SUPPER, Natural.Split Pea Gravy Soup, Mashed, Swiss Nov. 5. Disposition of the cases

must ,be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2. NAS Sausage Patties, Minced Beef, Hash Potatoes, Mexican Corn, Seasoned included the following:
Jacksonville, by /12:00noon; on Monday before publication. News Brown Potatoes, Glazed Pershlngs. Spinach, Peach Shortcake with Thirteen lost, driving and
items are welcomed from all sources Telephone 772-II18' or DINNER--Turkey Noodle Soup, Whipped Topping parking privileges aboard the

31 f9. station for various periods; 2

were assigned to complete an
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries's eight-hour course in remedial
concerning such should be directed to: driving'; received suspensions;

THE,HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY 21 were ,given warnings; two

4747 San Juan Ave, Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 were dismissed; six ,were fined
(U.S. Commissioner) ; and, two
Telephone 388.2755 were ''referred to commanding

officers for possible disciplinaryaction.

VOL. 28 NO. 34 NOVEMBER 12, 1970 I.EARN 'WAA IT 1$ ti, f"eAm WHAT l Ii' W&$f foR iw! .
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Transport Squadron Has New CoJax I


Capt. Phillip W Smith firm.
Jr. of Miami assumed commandof VR-50 is a fleet sized reserve
newly established Transport squadron manned and operatedby
Squadron 50 (VR-50)) November 1 Naval Air Reservists from
at the Naval Air Reserve Florida and southern Georgia.The .
yu7, ''tc'i V Ilii''i : Training Unit (NARTU) here. squadron flies C-118 Lift-
The squadron was establishedas master aircraft one weekend
part of the continuing each month and two weeks each
r 0. reorganization of the Naval Air
year
Reserve to achieve higher
readiness and more efficiency. Squadron personnel are
rsII Capt. Smith is a veteran of 28 veterans of active duty in the
,,f t4 ,t years of Naval service, most as a Navy voluntarily give their
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he is a captain with Delta augment regular forces in the
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Treatment,
The Ernie Bevins Entry, and
TAKES COMMAND ... Capt. Phillip W. Smith (right),,commanding officer of VR-50, accepts appearing tonight of Clubs
custody of C-118 Llftmaster aircraft in back ground from Capt. Hugh J. Tate, NARTU commanding Matsu. Phil Cay will Pepper go-go
officer entertainment from 11
and Saturday, and on from 4 to 6.
Advisory Board Meets Thursday there
shown in the

I' Pirates Cove Receives More Chan 6 10 to 8 cent p.m. beer with



Jax-The Pirates Cove Advisory Another new policy which is waiting to be created. However, tertainment schedule CLUB
Board gathered for its receiving an outstanding at present the rule is, shoes must specials
monthly meeting November 5 to response is the live go-go entertainment be worn, and Navy dungareesmay As result of is from 7 to 9
evaluate recent club changes and on weekday af not be worn with civilian a night Mel
the club's
initiate new ones. ternoons.Equally popular are the shirts. Individuals may otherwise has meetings, and suggestion'm Lazy Rhythm
It was announced that all sports films now being shown dress as they please as long as ticipated improved that 'food western
suggestions from the October Monday through Thursday from 6 their attire does not offend will become the stage, and
meeting have been approved by to 8 p.m. accompanied by free others. the future.a regular Holidays will
the commanding officer and snacks and 10 cent beer. Suggestions at this month's near Duane Munn
Navy Exchange officer, and that Lt. (jg) David C. Jenkins, meeting included adopting the Although there was Brass selec
many of the results are already in assistant Navy Exchange officer sale of pint liquor at the package improvement in 'C' and the
effect. and head of the EM Advisory store and eliminating the 'warm- month as compared be at the club
The Crow's Nest lounge, which Board, said that action is for-cold' exchange practice for tober meeting, about there
previously confined its servicesto currently underway to install bottled beer purchases. Also, the neglected to appear. from 4:30: to 6
E-5's and E-6's is now open to psychedelic and strobe lights board has recommended installing Pirates Cove caters to
all personnel in pay grade E-4 around the club's dance floor a mixed drink price list men and women
and above. As an extra con Additional efforts are being madeto behind the sunken bar so that station, it is important
venlence to club patrons, bring better and more varied customers may know in advance member attend.
cigarettes are now on sale in the bands to the club's stage, and what their drinks will cost. of the Clubs
Package Store at Navy Exchange Club Manager Joe Zilbert said Another proposal which If you have any and Saturday,
prices. Also, a Happy Hour that anyone knowing of a good received unanimous board approval the Pirates Cove there to hear
program has been instituted on group should contact him to was the distribution of proved; contact your favorites.
Tuesday and Thursday afternoons arrange an audition.A pocket-size calendars listing each representative in
from 4 to 6. standard dress code is still month's club activities, en and give him ,your CLUB


There will be a Happy Hour
tomorrow evening from 4:30: to

ATTENTION! Stereo Buffs! 7:30 Harvest: followed in by the the dining Fisherman's room.

Saturday will feature Champagne -
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4-CHA NNEL with music by the Holidays. On
Sunday the 0' Club will serve the
SOUND IS NOWAVAILABLE Family Buffet. Wednesday nighta
hard rock band will provide
entertainment in the Main Brace
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From the BookshelfBy It t I


Mary Deloach induce in individuals by subjecting emerging and expanding in our !
them to too much stress in country. The Roob is mass man, I i
Toffler, Alvin FUTURE SHOCK too short a time' He sees it not as a dynamic social force, that i
Random, 1970. a distant danger but a very threatens to impose his ideas
Ramo, Simon. CENTURY OF present sickness from which upon the total population and t
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MISMATCH. McKay, 1970. large numbers already suffer bring everyone down to one level
Price, Roger. THE GREAT This book was written with the through his powerful, unbeatable I
ROOB REVOLUTION. Random, purpose of helping rcadrs not weapon: his purchasing power.. SEVEN RECEIVE STRIPE Seven Marines were promoted to
1970. only come to terms with the 'If everyone doesn't want it, corporal last week by Lt. Col. L. E. Blanchard, MATSG CO. Those to I
Goldring Patrick future but also to learn to adapt nobody it,' is Price's First '
gets
receive a new stripe are (rear, from left): Jack R. Gellman, Patrick
BROILERHOUSE SOCIETY. successfully to realitites of Law. As a final word, Mr. Price G. Lang, Dale V. Sjoberg, Steven A* Hunt (front, from left), EdwardR. II
Weybright Talley, 1969. modern day stresses. suggests: 'Just in case it hasn't Nix,Michael.F. Burge and John J. Kennedy, III.
'The Century of Mismatch' by occurred to you, Roobs are not
Many of the new books reflect Simon Ramo, is written by a Other People.'
concern about the acceleration of technologist who defines the Another clever treatment of Navy Wives Appoint Chairmen 1
change in society and its problem as an imbalance, a modern society, this time by an
revolutionary impact on human mismatch between accelerating Englishman, is 'Broilerhouse Jax.-New chairmen and Goldsberry taking on
existence. The authors explore technological advance and social Society'by Patrick Goldring. He awards were presented at the co-chairman, Gloria Davis accepted -
every facet of the problem, tryingto adjustment. He believes optimistically pictures a regimented human Navy Wives Club of America Jax house purchasing
untangle the complexities with that the situation is society, comparing it to the 86 business meeting on Nov. 4. chairman and the Not New Shop
, which technology has enmeshedour not uncontrollable-man is logical existence of broiler chickensweare An 86 guard was awarded to gained Carol Rice as cochairman -
private worlds and complicated enough to reshape his illogical being 'factory-farmed', June Tracey for service hours to Linda Burgeon, Beverly
our daily lives. No living technological society. He envisions conditioned to live in neat the club at her last meeting VanCamp, Maria Rhodes,
person can escape; to survive he a richer, happier regulation boxes, to eat machine- before a transfer to Lemoore, Beverly Andrews, and Juanita
must try to understand what is existence through the control of prepared food, to conform to a Calif. Rose Perry received a'S' Schneller were guests.
happening and learn to cope with machines, and has 'thoughtful norm dictated by.people- membership pin with the spon- NWCA Jax 86 collected honorsat
inevitable abrupt changes that suggestions from the viewpoint of farmers. Everyone is being soring of her fifth member, the National Convention heldin
are far-reaching in their implications a technologist. drawn into the broilerhouse, and Marguerite White, into the club. Pensacola, taking 2nd place in
The 'Great Roob Revolution' is there are fewer and fewer opportunities Other new members initiated the Scrap Book Award; 2nd placein
A recent book that tackles this an entertaining satire on our to cop-out. He explains were Carol Rice and Sarah the Volunteer Service Award;
problem head-on is 'Future present American culture. why society feels such Travis. Ruth Ganther trans- and 3rd place in the National
Shock'by Alvin Toffler. The term Though the treatment of the regimentation is necessary, but ferred to Jax from Brunswick Theme Award.A fourth Blue and
'future shock'is one coined by the subject is witty, the author's when the need becomes no longer Chapter 163 to continue volunteer Gold Participation Certificate
author'to describe the shattering purpose is serious.He analyzes a valid, he does hold out a glimmerof service. was presented for cooperationand
stress and disorientation we new social class that he sees hope for a happier, post- Pat Hillis stepped up as snack participation in projects and
broilerhouse era. bar chairman, with Wilma requirements stated by the

......_..._........_.. .=. ..w..u.-.u ._.......... ................. national organization. Barbara
I m w.r: :t xf"* :J 1il VP-5 Wives Schedule ElectionsJax Howard, president of Jax 86, was

tative of local travel bureau will reappointed as national
I The Enlisted Wives Club a
chairman.A .
Time is out. be on hand to give wives mimeograph
running .. of VP-5 has scheduled a numberof a contribution to the Kiwanis
club presentation on the Navy's
activities this month and new Club made
to 10
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sponsor
asks Mad Fox wives to come out reduced fare air charter
I ; Christmas is near. and give their support to the club. program which will especially phan children show. at Forty a children'sbenefit Vietnam
benefit VP-5 families during the
The wives will hold their next squadron's coming deployment patients were hostessed at a pot
Lay-a-way now! meeting at 10 a.m. next Thursdayat early next year. luck supper and made guests at
the Jax 86 clubhouse Nov. 5.
the Pirates' Cove TV lounge
Also, the club has scheduled a
: and will elect new club officers.At bake sale at the squadron's Another project underway is the
: preparation of two Thanksgiving
the meeting a represen- hangar'area on Nov. 17.
baskets to be given to needy
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SON LIKE FATHER-VA-174 was recently Invaded by Cub Scouts of
Pack 303, Den 4.One of the participants is Ronald Sapp with his father
Lt. C. N. Sapp,checking out the cockpit on an A7.


Cecil Scouts Win AwardAnother I


award has been won contest. '

by NAS Cecil Field. Scouts representing Cecil I'I

Boy Scout Troop No. 365 Field's troop included Phil Auth,
received a first place ribbon for Rick Auth, Steve Baldwin, Larry
CDR.A.J. SMITH of Cecil Field receives a photographic scrapbook their display of a pioneer campsite Cunningham, Mike Gagnon,
of all the aircraft he has flown from Len Gray technical representative during the recent 14th annual Brian Gudbranson, Pat Granen, ,
for Douglas Aircraft Company. Cdr. Smith has flown all the Silver Springs Encampment near Cory Johnson, Jim Knight, Mark
aircraft Douglas has made for the military since the SBD, a World Ocala, Florida. Leis, Richard Leis, and Chip
War II dive bomber. He has flown 33 different type aircraft in his McKean. Adult leaders attendingwere
Naval Career. He is presently Aviaitlon Maintenance Officer at Cecil. Highlights of the encampment Karl Greeg, Dave Harden,
included a Saturday morning and Dennis Setzler.
Scouting-in-Action program in
which the 2,500 participants The troop meets each Tuesday
CDR. H. S. HATCHER retired
demonstrated various at 1915 in the
scouting evening Chapel
October 30, 1970 after 30 years of
Naval service Cdr. Hatcher skills, a giant campfire programof Fellowship Hall. It is supportedby
For thisChristmasl started his career In Septemberof songs and skits, a live rattlesnake the United Fund
exhibit by Ross Allen of '\
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1940 came to NAS Cecil
the Ross Allen Snake Institute, !
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and a conservation speech by
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stationed at Cecil Field. Cdr. Eagle Scout Mike Elison who
Hatcher has made his home In represented the State of Floridain Being Separatedin

Jacksonville with his wife, Mary, the Reader's Digest-
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n
Retirement Briefing Held Here '.1 /'

.
Jax-Local representatives of these programs are two of the ,

the U.S. Employment Service retired serviceman's most .:', : '. ; ':...: .: ; : ) : ,..t
\ :, : :.y:: i. ,: ,: ."., ::.;:, ;;
conducted a briefing here Nov. 5 valuable jobhuntingaids r',Kt;,;.!(' /;,1i#\';'+, ,i\'i'I\&tj1'.J.:\:; ,& : (*l'11(![;" ;' \I/i; !')':'YI\J\: ,!J:1i: i ::1:11
to acquaint prospective military but individual initiative is /1:': ,/\I'\I'i' :: (:\ :\::r1 it[: t .) :
retirees with the problems and the primary essential to a suc- ', i \ : .
opportunities they will encounterin cessful second career.A .- "I .' .#.
the civilian job market. staff member from Florida ;" ,
Approximately 200 military Junior College told of job .. "", \t
personnel and their dependents openings for teachers and \ ;. ;
."to '
,, '
attended the presentation whichis discussed the school's current i\ '
e (
conducted semi-annually to need for noninstructionalworkers. ." .
'i1.1.t.
bring up-to-date job informationto In addition to being a i '
those about to re-enter civilianlife. source of employment: to retired !
Sgt. Hopkins military personnel, FJC offers I
Opportunities and privileges them a chance to further their I
Marine Presented exclusive to service veterans educations and receive scholastic ;i\ )j; .

were discussed, ,and various and'career counseling. '.\'
AwardJax career fields which currentlyneed When the briefing had finished, ''JI!'
Certificate skilled, responsible workers the panel was opened for ..........'
listed and described. and the
were questioning, audience
Sgt. Jerry L. Hopkins,
who works in the Travel Sectionof The Navy's Project Transitionand responded with inquiries concerning
MATSG, received a Certificateof the Armed Forces Referral the prospects of military
described in in the civilian labor
Commendation Nov.5 from the Program were veterans
Assistant Commandant of the detail. It was pointed out thatA market

Marine Corps, Gen. Lewis W.
Walt 'll
The Certificate was presentedto aP t'J'' an v
the sergeant by Lt. Col. L. E.

Blanchard, MATSG CO. RETIREMENT ADVICE Navy League Viet President G. R.
Sgt. Hopkins was cited for x M Porttrexplains career opportunities for retired servicemen to Navy
'outstanding performance of duty I r personnel.
I while serving with Leatherneck :cV ? '

Magazine from March 17,1968 to' -- ... -. .... - .
September 21,1970.' 4 r> ( r> m* r+ b f*
1. & G.: .! :
'Initially assigned to the Ad- roraffi

vertising ministrative Section and circulation of the Ad- _..."'. !"Jt- *& *$. ? ceW4thru! ;

Department, Sgt. Hopkins .
demonstrated enthusiasm and I IWI'J SATURDAY .zE
initiative as he advanced to chief lI't#
clerk and noncommissionedofficer f.1/jIJ / / November 14th
in charge of that section.!
'In the meantime, he became
Bookshop Manager and volun- FINE FAREWELL First
teered as Safety NCO. He Sergeant Joseph W. Mueller, c1 {ar
initiated a system for the ef receives a Unit Plaque In appreciation
ficient handling of the for his fine work with ShiJUlage
I 'Guidebooks for Marines,' MATSG. Presenting the plaque is
brought the postal records and Lt. Col. L. E. Blanchard, MATSG & .
I <
mail handling procedures to CO. The first sergeant reportedto Seining >
1 excellent order, and was instrumental this command in September of I {)

j in enabling the 1968, and Is being transferred to .
t the staff to work well as a unit West Pac. AVE ORANGE PARK JOYCE M.PICKETT ,

i IJ J,I 354 STILES Owner&Operator ,op

GovtraiMiit Personnel Mutual ,
} totally 'NEW' approach to a FABRIC SEW- CENTER '

Lift Insurance Company .The Swedish made VIKING Sewing Machine. Our
j Florida Area.Professional featur'ng.I;

'specialists in service to the military'
HI- FASHION Instructional classes in the making of your )
JACKSONVILLE REPRESENTATIVES: v Walk away after ONE class In a custom fitted. quality garment YOU
I

; JIM RICHARDSON FRANK RORIE .i. !:" SELFI"...m'.......".".".."",/"""...NnaIINIIIYINIIIIIaan, iuinmiffliiiimHiwMiNiiiiiiimmiiiHiHinimiuwNiiiMiHimnMiiiMm, iiiimM, 1.i {<.')
t Cdr. USN (Ret.) MCPQ USN (Ret)

\ 11659 Jonathan Rd. 5825 Jaguar Dr. W. ,a Fabrics NEVER before seen In the Complete line of notions, zipper,and '
entire area I trims. i
Jacksonville 32225 Jacksonville 32205 .. (at

I I Tel: 724-4833 Tel: 771.7511 ,\ "Chlorine-treated swim suit fabric, V Handsome 'BARBIE CLOTHES' .

1 q.; elastic, and bra cups I during opening at $1.50 each I JO:

'" Presentations available for Wive's
Sweater fabrics, ours exclusively,v Clubs meetings. ;:
direct from the mill. It will not V <&!(>
BEAUTIFUL NEW MOTOR INN unravel when cut. Neck edges and \\Quality service and exceptional :
s*
:
I fringes to match I hospitality,
1 csfrK! JAO 1
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; Professional HI FASHION In. .l *..****..a Qjfc. :
I structional classes in the making of i ) 0lMB .XtT.

q.; your own garment. Open 9 a.m. til 9p.m. Now thru Christmas Jf3jh 1

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.. FOR CLASSES NOW BEING ACCEPTED. Q-'y.

.' 1 <:.. MAXIMUM 6 PER CLASS .

INTERSTATE 10 AT LANE AVE. ADVANCE PAYMENT REGISTRATION FEE REQUIRED .. .
(
HI FASHION FABRICS AVAILABLE IN NORTH FLORIDA ONLY
.
COLOR TV IN EVERY ROOM
THROUGH_ OUR UNIQUE PLAN
SWIMMING POOL c..rV I
COCKTAIL LOUNGE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PHONE ((904)) 2644561. :

'RESTAURANTMINATURE 1 RETURN. REGISTRATION COUPON TODAY.

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SHUFFLE BOARD R E a CLASS PREFERENCE & REGISTRATION FORM =
AND PLAYGROUND FOR THE KIDDIES
!r2 .
MON thru FRI. SATS
)! ; GARMENT-TIME.cOST 'AM IPM 6PM 9&1' .
Lr 5 TILES
SPECIAL WEEKENDMILITARY S ? 1-4 Hilii
SKIRT 2.1 Mill) U
RATESSUBJECT e T > Stop JACKET (I-URS) .
Light SLACKS 2aWes '10 f.
( TO AVAILABILITY) t Past GOLF SWEATER 2-314111 13 .
> U WATER 10 .
Dog 2.3MIII
j.; N .
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CALL. 786-0500 FOR INFORMATION LINGERIE 24 Mil : hJaX
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I GOT A MINUTE? Help A Prisoner Write A Letter Today!

-
WASHINGTON (AFPS) The plight of.American FRANCEHis CAMBODIAMr.
prisoners held by enemy forces in both North
H'4I and South Vietnam has been well documented. Like- Excellency Thay Sok
wise, the anguish of the prisoners' families and the Charles Lucet Charge d' Affaires
families of the more than 1,000 Americans listed as Embassy of France Embassy of Cambodia
missing in fiction has been for many years the con- 2535 Belmont Road, N.W. 4500 16th St., N.W.
cern of millions of persons throughout the world.In Washington, D.C. 20008 Washington$ D.C. 20011 "
1957, representatives of North Vietnam agreedto
adhere to the 1949 Geneva Convention relative to Delegation of the Agence Khmere Presse
the treatment of prisoners of war Articles of the Democratic Republic of Vietnan i Ministry of Information
Convention include: 8, Avenue General Leclerc Phnom Penh, CambodiaLe
e Prompt identification of prisoners, 94 ChoisyLeRoiParis
Depeche Du Cambodge
.
e Adequate diet and medical care for prisoners, France Phnom Penh, Cambodia
e Communication with other prisoners and their
families at home, Madame Nguyen Thi Binh SWEDENThe
e Prompt repatriation of seriously wounded and Representative of the Honorable Torsten Nilsson
Provisional Government of
ill prisoners andProtection
Minister of Foreign Affairs
South Vietnam
e from abuse and reprisals.For .
Stockholm, Sweden
the most part, North Vietnam has not abided 49 Avenue Cambaceres
by these articles. Recently, however, an effective Verrieres-Le Buissons His Excellency Hubert de ',.
I letter writing campaign seems to have had some ef 91 Essone Besche < .: I u
I fect in establishing contact with, and providingsome Paris, France Embassy of Sweden
comfort for, these unfortunate men, many of 2249 R St., N.W. .,,.
,. whom arc being held virtually incommunicado, with INDIA Washington, D.C. 20008 .
ray little or no contact with their families or the outside His Excellency
world.It Nawab AH Yavar Jung .
has been disclosed that fully 75 per cent of all Embassy of India U.S.S.R.
mail received from prisoners in North Vietnam has 2107 Massachusetts Ave., N.W 1, The Honorable Andrei Gromyko
arrived since October, 1969, although more than 200 Washington, D.C. 20008 Minister of Foreign Affairs
prisoners have been held captive for longer than four Moscow, U.S.S.R.
years, There has been no word at all concerning an
Anatoliy F.
other 1,000 men listed as missing in action. The increase UNITED'NATIONS His Excellency
in mail was coincident with intensified Secretary General ,U Thant Dobrynin
of the
\ letter-writing and other activities by wives of both United Nations HeadquartersNew Embassy
I MER\C"N\ SERVICEMEN RETURNED FROM NORTH and Union of Soviet Socialist
prisoners those missing in action, including York, N.Y. 10017
iN appeals to government leaders throughout th. worlH Republics
VIETNAM' PRISONS HAVE REPORTED INHUMANE 1125 16th St., N.W.
TREATMENT BY THEIR RED CAPTORS. HANOI WONT Persons wanting to make a more direct appeal LAOS Washington, D.C. 22236
may consider, writing directly to the Office of the
TELL US THE NAMES OR THE NUMBERS OF OTHER President. Democratic Republic of Vietnam, Hanoi,
AMERICANS STILL LANGUISHING IN THEIR PRISONS North Vietnam.In Prince Souphanouvongco t A
PRISONERS PROBABLY THINK WE'VE all cases, letters should be confined to remarks M. Sot Pethrasi
FORGOTTEN THEM. IF YOU HAVENX MfRE'S AWAY concerning the humanitarian treatment of prisoners. Neo Lao Hak Sat
Other agencies and publications to which personsmay RepresentativeVientiane 9 .
TO I4 ELP:WRITE A LETTER! write include: Laos 4, h h t I


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MERE I IS A GOOD CHANCE THAT WORLD OPINION -
U WILL FORCE HANOI TO HONOR BASIC Mobile Home Owners kA ..
CODeS OF HUMAN DECENCY. FOR. COMPLETE L lr.. >M : : u :. m ', <
DETAILS, WRITE TO:
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Washington, D.C. 20003' "d Gas or Oil FurnaceSALES p: { I IBYECATCHER
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you, it's important to us. And we'll provide help 1971 PINTO TUDOR -1600 CC ENGINE, BUCKET IGr W/
choice of convenient SEATS, VINYL TRIM, SPEED TRANSMISSION -
promptly on your repay
FLOOR MOUNTED SHIFT LEVER,
ment terms. Every year hundreds of thousandsof HEATER AND DEFROSTER..... t.::::::::::::::::::::=:=::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::

service people borrow with confidence from

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Need up to $600? 36 PER EQUAL MONTH IDEALLY LOCATED FOR

. . ... .. ... ..... .. .. PAYMENTSThis CECIL FIELD, N.A.S.
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS,
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE CHURCHES AND
a'I payment based on cash price of $2074.37 less SHOPPING AREAS:
; down payment of$374.37 In cash or trade In of equal II II J.lmlll: i.1l!! !!.,.;:""" ,_
value. The deferred payment price I Is $1983.60 Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 THE ANNUAL PERCENTAGERATE ., Turn South 2 Blocks
IS 10.20 PERCENTDUJA Past Forrest High School.
Grant City Shopping Center

6282 103rd St.-Phone: 771.9190 PRICE COLONIALFOREST

+ 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone 398.4541 ?pNC RA E AL T t

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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY I CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
I
Publisher I I'' MOVIE SCHEDULE
: Call: 388-2755

JAX AIR NEWS I Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday I'
NAS Jacksonville ", : for publication the following Thursday. Ads -.'-., .... c." ,_: :* .. '.W; .' m:-.'.....- '; m 'asm: .. ...

LATWINGER I arriving too late for this deadline will be

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE : published the following week unless the THURSDAY,NOVEMBER 12 McQueen, Richard Attenboroughand
Candice Bergen. 'GP' E ((180
publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or
I I money order for the full cost of the ad must be NAS: 'A BOY NAMED mins). '

I received WITH the copy for the ad. CHARLIE BROWN' Color HOSPITAL : 101

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 animated cartoon. 'G' E (86 DALMATIONS'MONDAY

Jacksonville, Florida : Per additional line ((4 words per line) 50 Cents mins).
HOSPITAL : 'THE ,NOVEMBER 16

STRANGER RETURNS' Color
NAS: 'THE LANDLORD' Color
western starring Tony Anthonyand
...... FOR SALE OR RENT Dan Vadis. R' VG ((90 mans). comedy drama starring Beau
EMPLOYMENT lI M[ t tH9M..j fu1 By Owner. 4BR., cent heat & air Bridges, Pearl Bailey and Diana
panelled fam. rm. w-fireplace. Many .
Sands. 'R' E ((110 mina).
NOVEMBER 13
extras. 5638 Dart Dr. 3890496. FRIDAY,
HOSPITAL: 'THE SANDPEBBLES'
SERVICE WIVES
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Y .. vw T 3 rw NAS: 'DARBY O'GILL &: THE
1 Mile No. NAS,
Qtr. of clean modern
Jobfinders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or LITTLE PEOPLE' Color fantasy
trailer and 3893007.
Apts.
1022 Park Street, 3547888. starring Sean Connery and Janet TUESDAY,NOVEMBER 17

Munro. 'G' E ((90 mina).
MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea NAS: 'THE GRASSHOPPER'Color
LEAVING THE SERVICE? ORANGE PARK HOSPITAL: 'A BOY NAMED
Talk over your post service em. ( Mobile Home Park) Vt mile 2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dishwasher CHARLIE BROWN' drama starring Jacqueline
North of NAS, lots and rentals. Near
ployment plans with someone who Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth Bisset and Jim Brown. 'R' F ((95
schools and shopping center. Clean,
has been on both sides of the fence. AptS., 771.1405 or 7713355. mins).
and reasonable rates, Manager on SATURDAY NOVEMBER
LTC D. A. Bell (Ret.) Parker Career r
Children HOSPITAL 'THE LANDLORD
premises. and pets welcome. : -
Center 4415 Beach Blvd. 3987071.
6301 Roosevelt. 384.6264.FOR WIL-MARAPTS. '
2 BR, LR, Breakfast Nook, Elec. Kit., NAS: '101 DALMATIONS'Color .
RN'S RENT Air Cond., Parking for 2 cars off cartoon 'G' E. ((80 mins).
311117. Part time of Full time. Call 12x50 2BR., Mobile Home. Private street. Water, Garbage & Sewage HOSPITAL: 'DARBY O'GILL WEDNESDAY,NOVEMBER 18

7910241.. Ashley Cathedral St.LEAVING. Health Center 333E. fenced lot-Wesconnett. Walking Furn. $95. Unfurn. $115. Furn. (plus &: THE LITTLE PEOPLE' NAS: 'ANGEL UNCHAINED'Color
distance of shopping. Ph. 771-3717. tax) 387-2541. Weekends 389-0744. cycle drama starring Don

SERVICE? SUNDAY,NOVEMBER 15 Stroud and Luke Askew. 'GP' G
Let an military man help you get a : PIrMm} R gALR+11 ji;: !: : : 9 !!9 ][ j ((90 mins).
lob with a future In the Jax area. Call 1I15i: >
Pierce Mallory, Creative Personnel of VXXs-M-*yXs-KyhW. NAS: 'THE SAND PEBBLES'.color HOSPITAL : 'THE
Jax-2720 Park St. Ph. 3875666. war drama starring Steve GRASSHOPPER'
AUTOMOBILE FURNISHEDEast

REGISTEREDPHYSICAL BEING TRANSFERRED? and West Coast. 3533691.SSTBIRDCONV. r
THERAPISTPart We buy equities
time or full time. Call 7910241. Louise T, Bailey
Cathedral Health Center 333 E, AshleySt. 771-3605 Broker Buy Bonds
nnlana we
3 speed manual. $925. Cecil Field Ext. ....
FOR SALE OR RENT
442. Bailey.
RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your

:: IMI s:!U 1 ANEOUS lj'';]{1 y equity REPORTING or let IN.us Call rent or your drop by home.for Classic Jaguar 1952, XK150 Body In excellent

map, sales and rental list. Call.Powellor condition.$200. Ph. 387-3225 or Ph. 388- WESTSIDE
Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. 5807.
BE A RADIOOR. ORANGE PARK REALTY
ANNOUNCER MILITARY, FREE NOTARY. 1962 VALIANT4Dr. VOLKSWAGEN INC.
Recorded message by leading an ., S.S., looks & runs ok for $290. ,
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. Call p.m. 3895234.64STARFIREOLDS.
3552944. 'HIDDEN WATERS' SELLING USED CARS
Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots
available. Excellent fishing, boating, Good Condition. fully equipped. $550.
NEWRCAANDZENITH STEREOS swimming. Mobile Home area. Also Ph. 389-0274.
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape permanent home area. High wooded 100%
players. At dealers cost to liquidate .lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake GUARANTEEI
I 66 FORD RANCH.WAGON
stock. Full warranty! .Phone'771-0409. Asbury on No.,209 LaRue 7253992.
CREDITUNION REPOSSESSION I
VENETIA V-8, AT, AC, $1295.Call A.T. Madison.
WE BUY& SELL 2'/z lots. 3BR., 2B., DennearNAS, low Base Extension 2431 or 3875622. 68 Caprice 2195
Appliances & used furniture. Also 20'S. 3883430.NAUTICAL. 'WE FINANCE' Door Hardtop. One owner, only 20,000 miles. Loadedl I
repair any make of home appliances.Brook's '
Furnitureand 68 Coronet 440' $1695
Dodge
st'1.: .,.... .. }. :-t :t.'t.' :!; 'tW.
Appliance < "'-<
725.2441 10061 Atlantic Blvd : & .tVA'.I: : !.}j Gtr INVO VEp"E V-8,Auto trans., Factory air, Power steering and brakes, R&H.
.1i
b i : W ;b
$995
66 Ford LTD 4-Door
WASHER AND DRYER 1 @t11i.> ; tk 1M t
Fast repair and Installation. We E Door V-8, Auto trans., Factory air, Power steering and brakes, R&H.
specialize In home service.7812790.or

7812404. 69 and VW heater.Sedan $1695Radio

LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH 4

Wilford's Fish Camp2649707. ./"" LI U ...(;i ; 68 VW Sedan $1495Radio
t
:sf..a *W. U ;;#
1St' and heater.

1925.GEORGE'S Dogs and KENNELSEst. Cats Boarded. 3-65 VW Sedans $995'

Pick up & Delivery Available.
Grooming, Defleaing & Bathing. Choice of colors, Radio and Heater

accepted.Mastercharge Visitors 8> BankAmericard welcome. 5085 ,Chain Large Corner Link Fence Lot 122'Complete x 134' 70 Karmann Ghia $2295

Edgewood Crt. 389.0064. Concrete Block Garage 1969 EMPI exhaust system, Deluxe steering wheel and shift lever, R&H.
Mobile House 24' x 52', Central Under factory warranty.
Air Bedrooms, 2 Baths, w-w
COIN-OP LAUNDRYDry carpet, Living-room, Dining 3-69 Karmann Ghia's $20954speed
cleaning & Alterations. 30 cents Room Kitchen, stainless steel
wash 5 cents dry. Vt mile north NASIn stove comb'Freezer R&H. Choice of colors.
Yukon. Open 7 days a week. GAL Perky Refrlgerator-non wax tile
Marsha Murdock fa enough to floors. Many extras. 66 Karmann Ghia $1195

POODLES make anyone ship over. She ia Call 771-1760 after 5 p.m.or see Radio and Heater.
AKC, Dam and
white
Black Toy
or Lewis and Clark at 8415 Collins Rd. (East of
student at
service Sire can Call be seen 7864119., Terms, Also stud a College. Shindler West of Blending.'r 69 VW Station Wagon $2250Sunroof

(Pktto cewtesy Bob JoiuutoM) R&H.
FOR SALE
Practically new Montgomery Wards 68 VW Squareback $1895
best model electric range-coppertone,
thermostatic burner eye. Glass Door. Air Conditioned, radio and heater.
.. ... .
$150.00 Ph. 2643147. I imiHMIHIMWIIMNMIMHHimiltlMHHIMNMNMIMPAUL ''

,;. MOOREPiano 68 VW Squareback $1795R

Used,Good FOR SALE.CLARINET condition. Fiberglass with ,Vocals and Comedy- &H,WW tires, New paint, Extra Sharp I

case and etc. Ph. 264-3147. Monday thru Saturday
'SUNNY' 68 Opel Kadett $1195

'
Country Western Radio and heater. '
Every Night $ 895..
NNNMINIIIIINNNNNNINNININNNNINNNNNINNNNNISPECIAL 67 Opel Kadett

J Radio and Heater.
.J RATES per person
I'I t FOR SERVICEMEN $6.00 double occupancy

Entertainment nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge A Dine at Biter's Seafood WESTSIDE
DEER SPRINGS ESTATESKeystone Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV/ Direct Dial Phone, Olympic
Swimming Pool. Free Undercover Parking.

HeightsBy VOLKSWAGEN INC.
,

AppointmentClyde ., I4sIw1Ei 1150 lone Ave., So. Phoia 781-5511

W.Simpson I Co. Open Daily 8 to 8:30: Saturday 8 to S

REALTOR 356-6849 901 Main Street Phone 355-3744 Sunday 1 to 6PMNOVEMBER

Within walking distance to all points of Interest, MI I Ii



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FOOTBALL BOQ 24.4 NAMTD 13.19
f' Dental "., VA-83N0.1 1 3-19
12V' -19Vi'
11-10 VA-83 No.2
Operations
VA-174 the recent 10.22
r were Admin 17.11 Food Service
yt recipients of the following VA-174 No.1 17.11 AMD Stall 6.26
message from RAdm. Lawrence NAMTD U-12
Heyworth, ComFairJax : Medical 16.12 'Quoth the Midget evermore'once
'Congrats on your smashing Weapons Power Plants No.2 1S-13 9-19 ( again sorry Edgar):
a a victory. 'Hellrazors' consistently Air Frames 7.21 'Many bowlers have inquired
played up to their name.' VA-174N0.2 5.23 about the feasibility of holding a
American Destiny'sTot bowling tournament at the Cecil
'SMASHING VICTORY'is hardlyan League:
understatement when you the Midget has recuperatedfrom Field lanes. In response to your
Sailors have reenlisted in odd F. Skidmore reenlisted at a read the following scores: VA-174 his recent bout with requests, a handicap doubles
places, airplanes, and pressure division party at No. 1 picnic routed the USS Forest Royal 47-8, pneumonia and is happy to report tournament has been scheduledon
chambers, but NAMTRADET area. Chief Skidmore resides at the USS Orion 39-19, swamped the that an on rushing Medical team the weekends of Nov. 28-29 and
1034 has its answer to these USS Andrew Jackson 72-15 and in has taken over the third spot in Dec. 5-6. Entry fee is $10 per
places which pleased all hands. Qtrs 419A NAS, Cecil Field with team. The tournament committee *
Medical
the title game pasted the Orion by league standings. accomplished -
On October 23, 1970, AMEC John his wife and two children. the score of 5120. this move by taking has received a few entriesto
four points from VA-82 behind date but are looking for many
Coach Don Jackson of VA-174 Keith Mueller ((531)). Ken Beck, more.Lets make this tournamenta
took over the reins of the Cecil with an average of just 142'helped' success. Entry blanks may be
Check Our Prices Before You Buy Field Raiders, and in their his VA-66 team move obtained at the bowling lanes,
opening COMSIX tournament closer to the top as he bowled a Cecil Field, NAS Jax, Mayport,
SPECIAL DISCOUNTS to Servicemen game, blanked a highly great 573 set.After eight weeks of Bowlomatic and Classic Lanes.
regarded Memphis squad, 46-0. bowling,Hank Hall holds high set For more information contact the
I n l i jLm !;I1I! I Cecil Field is definitely the teamto scratch with a 618 and three Midget (Macintosh) at extension

MOTOR HOMES TRAVEL TRAILERS beat on the East Coast this bowlers (M. Griffin, Larry 271, Cecil Field.
season. Frazier and Len Eddleman) are
W'"III _' TRAILBLAZERMOBILE tied for high game scratch with BASKETBALLBasketball
Designed from the nsIde out BOWLING identical 226 scores.
Our Midget sadly brought the returns to Cecil
following to our attention: 'Due to Field on Monday, Nov. 16. Teams
National League: BOQ con- a necessity (VA-83 is finally goingto representing VA-174, AMD, BOQ,
HOMES
by tinues to hold a comfortable five- sea) both VA-83 teams will Marines, VA-81, VA-82, VA-105
SKYLINE game lead after seven weeks of have to drop from the league.' VA-86, VC-4, Supply and VA-37
bowling. On Thursday night, Sad NOTE to all our VA-83 friends: have already entered. Three
Sam DelVecchio broke out of his The foregoing is a statement games will be played nightly at 5,
l''.t 't x y season long bowling doldrums received in writing from the 6:15: and 7:30 p.m. Monday

ALSO USED UNITS 7-10 YEAR FINANCING briefly, and gleefully tossed the Midget, and does not reflect the through Thursday.
evening high series ((562). of the we'll
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Don Buffkln's Roberts (535) and bespectacledhe miss you. Standings:
( recently had a new
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Motor Homes of America j followed in that order. Parkerwas VA-45 No.3 239Medical HONDA
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Sluverman ((197)) recorded near VA." 11-14 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
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I Look Out for Winter Driving HazardsJaxAs

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winter draws near and ((1)) Short winter days mean ((5)) Turn on directional signals twice as slippery as ice at zero
the holdiay season approaches, more hours of darkness. Reduce well in advance of your intended degrees.
vehicle drivers are confronted by speed when it's dark both day maneuver to give other driversas When weather conditions make
the twin hazards of crowded and night, so you don't overdrive much notice as possible. the pavement slick, it is a good
highways and adverse weather. your headlights. ((6)) On ice and snow, turn idea to have non-skid tires installed
Three out of four holiday accidents ((2)) Vision can be deceptive corners slowly and keep your on your car. However,
involve driving too fast during twilight, so slow down and speed uniform. recognizing the hazard and adJusting
for conditions or in excess of the turn on your headlights. Don't ((7)) Pump the brakes when to it are equally important
legal speed. Rain, ice, fog and use your parking lights while the stopping on ice or snow to accident preventives.When .
high winds call for slower speeds car is in motion. maintain control of your vehicle. starting your car on a
and extra caution to insure safe ((3)) Allow more 'space cushion' ((8)) Turn your wheels in the slippery surface, engage the
travel. Extreme cold is another between your car and the one direction of a skid to counter the clutch very slowly to avoid
hazard as it often causes ahead because poor weather direction of the skid. spinning the wheels. Avoid
mechanical failures which can conditions reduce visibility and (9)) Ice and snow are more sudden changes in the amount of
immobilize vehicles that are not the ability to stop. slippery when the temperature is driving power applied to the rear
properly maintained. ((4)) Keep the entire windshieldand at the freezing point than when wheels. Sudden acceleration or
Some points to keep in mind all windows clear of ice, snow the temperature is well below letup may start a skid.
about winter driving are: and frost. freezing. Wet ice at 30 degrees is Another common winter safety
hazard is carbon monoxide
.,
poisoning. To avoid this danger,
keep at least two vent windowsone
Know .and ( creates a vacuum) open
yourenemies. when driving, and inspect the
floorboard regularly for leaks.
Carbon monoxide is undetectableby RETIRES After 30 years on
the the senses, but symptoms of active duty, AFCM Barton H.
its presence include dizzyness, Sparks and his wife Reba were
sudden fatigue, and increased piped over the side during
pulse and respiration. By keeping traditional ceremonies held at
ScoreNumber your car properly maintainedand FAW'11 Headquarters on Oct. 28.
well ventilated, the threat of Chief Sparks was presented an
carbon monoxide may be virtually appreciation of service letter and

:::::::::;: ::::;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::;::;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;:::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: eliminated FAW-11 plaque by Capt. W. J.
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Christmas draws
As near, Pressler Jr.,- commander Fleet
there will be more pedestrians on Air Wing II. Chief Sparks has
of Americans killed in various kinds of violence.
: the streets as well as vehicles. been a chief petty officer for 25
Most of the pedestrians will be years. In 1966 he was nominatedfor
YEAR MURDERS VIETNAM DRUNK DRIVERS shoppers and may have their Master Chief of the Navy, and
vision partially obscured by in 1969 nominated Master chief of
packages and bundles. By the Atlantic Fleet. He served as
1967 12,090 9,378 23,600 driving courteously and defen- maintenance assistant and
sively you can enjoy an accident- leading chief,on the staff, FAW-11
free winter and help others do for the past 18 months. Following
likewise now and in years to retirement Chief Sparks intendsto
1968 13,650 14,592 25,000 come. reside In Orange Park.



1969E1T. 15,000 9,365 35,00'0


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Dolphin Items


Now AvailableJaxThe if MILITARYAUTOMOBILEWill niin n 11 n 'y '&


former many submariners submarinersand in the I Will 111 UP

Jacksonville area may now get I
Dolphin items locally, and RANKS & AGES
proceeds from all the items sold
will go to the Dolphin Scholarship LOW RATES- EASY PAYMENT PLAN 11 IiITII2II
Foundation. Xerox Copies Notary Public
Established following the loss AMERICAN SERVICE MUTUAL INS. CO.
of the USS Thresher, the Dolphin
Scholarship Foundation was CONTINENTALINSURANCE
orignially known as the Thresher
Memorial Fund. Its mission is to UNDERWRITERS This Is How Wt Began..

provide college scholarship
assistance to the children of all 6 ,
submariners.Some Roosevelt Blvd. 388-7676'!' NearN.A.S.$1500.UU .* 4J.4 94f ,
of the items that can be .x..,
bought include Dolphin tie clips,
cuff links, bracelets and charms,
lapel pins, stationary, cocktail
napkins, sweetheart pins and

others.Additional information con- I ESST This it how we've Improved with addition of 17 unit
cerning Dolphin items is gUSINE Service Dept. and Full Line Parts Dept.
available from Lt.Robert Magee, I YOUR
ComFairJax OPCON at NAS Jax. 1 wAH Jsf Anniversary Sales
Phone is 772-2551. *t
69 DODGE SWINGER $1595

1 M.. OFF Hardtop
AUSTIN HEALEY $1795

TO SERVICEMEN 68 JAGUAR XKE $$$$$$$
Hardtop, Air, 18000 miles, Like New Yellow
VWAAVAAAWV
68 MG HARDTOP $1595
'&-:3:' Ms 30 MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM
69KARMANNGHIA $1995
Like New
W7T'SPANISH" SCHULT RICHARDSON 69 TOYOTA CORONA $1795

CMchts) LIBERTY BILTMORE Fully Equipped
((40' 112' 68 CORONA $1695
HALLMARK PEACHTREE
'Pinecrest' $3995'Aquarius' Sports Hardtop, Air
I. TRIUMPH $1449

'Georgetown' $4995$5995CAROUSEL Hart Mobile Home Convertible


i.t i. Action CenterWhere REGENCY TOYOTA .

Quality And Value Are Traditional

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PHONES: 721-3000 or 7213081NqVEMBER
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I Outstanding Civilians Honored. HereJaxA

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number of NAS civilian military and civil service. McBride and David G. Nelson.
employees have received Fredrickson served in the Navy Several others who merited this
recognition for their outstandingwork. from 1941 until 1955and has been award were not present at the
employed at NAS Jax since 1956. presentation ceremony.
Judith E. Smith, shipment Sustained superior per Beneficial suggestions from
clerk, and T. M. HigginbothamJr. formance awards, presented for Public Works employees recently MMwpAFTER
., an inspector, at the NAS noteworthy performance on the rewarded have added up to
Supply Department each job, were presented to NARF $10,485 in tangible savings and
received a letter of com- employees by Capt. D. H. Heile, LCdr. S. R. Stokes, assistant
mendation from Supply Officer commanding officer. They are: Public Works officer, presented
Capt. R. C. O'Loughlin for efficiently Van Q. McLean, planner and $804 in cash awards to these
handling shipping at the estimator (airframes); John F. employees.
Household Goods Shipment Onstott, general foreman AIME They are: William A. Ed-
branch.Their work was called to ( ) I; James T. Kinchen, airframes mondson, Levi Boree, Lonnie E.
Capt. O'Loughlin's attention. by mechanic; Gregory B. Hayes Jr., William H. Payne,
letters of appreciation from Kane, foreman, AFM; John C. Leroy W. Amy, William C.
particularly pleased customers Home, general foreman IM (E) Dennis, Fernie E. Selby Jr.,
who received assistance in I; and Roger L. Boone, Virgil H. Smith and Martin 0.
getting their household goods production dispatcher. Phillips.
shipped from NAS Jacksonvilleto Superior Achievement Awardsfor Sustained superior per
their next duty station. completing FA-7 aircraft formance awards went to JosephJ.
Another employee, John F. through flight test in a record Arnold. Charlie 0. Burke,
Fredrickson of the Inventory amount of time with 143.4 William H. Payne, Edith H.
Division, received a plaque from manhours per aircraft were Brooks, Dottie M. Bonds, Floyd 28 YEARS John F. Fredericks of the Supply Depart-
Capt. O'Loughlin on his awarded to Harral Tomlinson, W. Linder and Janice R. Hogan. ment's Inventory Division accepts a retirement plaque from Capt.
retirement after 28 yejs of William G. Home, Roscoe J. Each received cash awards. O'Loughlin as his wife looks on.

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Bulletins Post
Narf Gets New

Job Openings
Budget ReportJax
Jax-Job openings are
available to civilian employees of -Another new tool for Cost
NAS NARF, COMFAIRJAX, Center Managers at the Naval
FAETULANT Det. Jax., Navy Air Rework Facility has been
Commissary Stores, Navy ;;, provided. This tool is in the form
Recruiting Station, Disease ., of a mechanized Cost Center
Vector Control Center, Regional fL' Budget Report, published weekly
Storage Management Office, and providing budgeted and
Fleet Weather FacilityFICEUR, actual data cumulatively for the
Navy Finance Office, Regional fiscal year.
Office of Civilian Manpower This report reflects the
Management and Defense allocation of the charges for work
Surplus Sales Office. performed by each Cost Center in
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Check the bulletin boards in support of other Cost Centers,
your work areas concerning job and spotlights performanceagainst
vacancies r,dq budgetary plans. The
I 1 purpose of this newly designedtool
14 POOL TABLES is to provide each Cost
CenterManager with timely and
2 BARS useful measures for cost effective
100 MIRRORS & PAINTINGSJAX'S It ti! determinations and for more

LARGEST LOUNGE meaningful management
MCEfME ATTHEOFFICE .. decision making.
:

IT SWINGS NAVY
ALL THE TIME

OFFICELOUNGE: rl CHECKS REPORT Cdr. L. I. Wood, lust prior to his detachment as NARF executive officer, I ': ':' :,
reviews the new mechanized Cost Center Budget Report with (left to right) W. A. Stanul, & rnJ'm' If'I @: "
Management Controls superintendent; W. H. McMlllln, Management Methods Division superin ,; .
5916 PHILLIPS HWY. 733-9992 tendent; and M. Swanson, Management Systems Branch Superintendent.

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I 389-3483
Hours: Mon..Thurs.l 10AM-5:30 PM Tel.387-5422or Base Ext.2431 Tel.771-3211, Ext.215 Tel.772-2448.Mon.,Wed. Fri. .op ROOSEVELT
Fri: 10AM.7 PM Saf.lOAM-lPM Hours: Mon.-Frl.9:30: -4:3Q: Hours: AAon.-Frl.8:30.3:00: : ,0 AMt.l. 2 PM
388.3583 6413 ROOSEVELTAT
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I Housing Referral Opens -




Newly Remodeled Office



Jax-A ribbon-cutting ceremony marked the grand opening of Housing
Referral and Family Services in its new location in Bldg. 13 at the main gate
Thursday Nov 5. On hand to cut the ribbon and officially open the new center a

were Congressman Charles E. Bennett (D-Fla.), NAS commanding officer Capt.
John R. Kincaid and Public Works Officer Capt. R. T. Hardy.Located .

in the old drivers
training office of that building, plete brochure which includesa 4 center will handle 100 new
the new HRO and Family Ser map of NAS Jax and the j arrivals a month and will set up -
vices Center was remodeled Jacksonville area, a hospital I sponsors to help each one in
entirely by Seabees of the NAS information booklet, a historicalfact I getting settled.
Public Works Department and sheet and information on Families arriving here may
was originally scheduled for area and Navy complex schools I find that locating a new home,
opening on Oct. 5 (the first day of and churches. Also included are ,apartment or trailer for rent or
fire prevention week.) However, information sheets on station :sale can be easier through
the office burned that day and commissary, exchange and guesthouse Housing Referral
had to be renovated again by the facilities, and area hotels, HRO maintains a compete and FAMILY SERVICES stiff member, CarrIe Sfcrdtawt, malMeia. *
Seabees,who completed the task motels and trailer parks.A up-to-date listing of Jacksonvillearea formation:
just two and a half weeks later. special service to new homes and apartments for
Thanks to the Seabees arrivals through the center is a rent or sale and can refer the Jacksonville ...... ..
customers now enjoy a more hospitality kit complete with such Individual to the proper real
conveniently located center necessary items as dishes, kit- estate agency or organization.Each .
with a pleasant atmosphere, chenware, ironing boards, baby housing unit Is personally
complete with new paneling, beds,cots and linen all availablefor Inspected by HRO staff for fire,
paint job and lighting. rent at 50 cents a week for safety or sanitation hazards andis
Under the direction of Lt. Elsie four weeks at a time. Families guaranteed to practice non-
Watkins, the Family Services awaiting their household ship- discrimination policy.
Center helps new arrivals at the ments may find this an added Families especially interestedin
air station and is a central convenience at low cost. buying a home may now take t-:
location where military familiescan Another program at the centeris advantage of three governmenthome
find assistance or referral to the Navy Sponsor Program subsidy programs
the proper office or agency. recently established here to aid available through Housing
Families reporting in receive a new arrivals through individually Referral where blueprints are
friendly welcome at Family assigned sponsors or assistants.Lt. available on a number of new
Services and are given a com- Watkins predicts that the homes.
For example, a second class
petty officer who is married and
has two children can buy a house
through the FHA 235 homebuying
program and pay one per cent
interest on his mortgage while the CAN DO UTCS Donald Redder and BUI Nondas Harrington
government pays as much as received'well done'for the entire Seabee unit on their work with the
seven and a half per cent. Housing Referral and Family Services remodeling project from
Housing Referal is designed to Congressman Charles Bennett and Capt. J. R. Kincaid.
protect the interests of the
military family, and the staff
/\1'\ advises military families and
even unmarried .persons who HOLIDAY CASH UP TO S600
'<
:
want to find housing to check with

....i'.........:'lJlfi;; :..,.,'.\):#:.\ their office for help. ONE CALL ARRANGES IT ALL

.r.k. .
..: : .'..,.".".': '" ". .r"I mutt 1tvt nl+NasaE f UfKwcI Examples
a., : ..< ,('!' Amount of loan $ 84.30 $391.29 $599.97
,,. .
"" "'1t: Monthly payment $ 5.00 $ 23.00 $ 34.40

Months to repay 24 24 24

LOW COST HOMES With assistance from MM1 Armour Luke at Total of payments $120.00 $552.00 $825.60
Housing Referral, Carol Coles looks over some of the housing
Annual percentage rate 36.50% 35.50% 32.75%
available in the Jacksonville area for her when she gets out of the MAKE ONI rAUTHORIZED
Navy this month. PURCHASES

Dial Finance.

110iNING RENT ECON The one for the money e
40 W. Monroe 356-0735

-CAR 5256 Beach Blvd. 396-2895
4721 San Juan Ave. 384.2314
1436 Edgewood Ave.West 764.2583

me around on pennies!
MAJOR CREDIT CARDS HONORED
MINIMUMAGE21 FREE NATIONWIDE RESERVATION SERVICE
FOR RENT DOWNTOWN AIRPORT NAS MAYPORT
764-3583 246-8104 MOBILE
354-9001 246-4801 or HOMES
ORANGE PARK 835 Main Street 14670 Duval Road 2955 Mayport Road

LIONS CLUBfor We rent General Motors and other fine cars"THE lirfc Discmt' to StrvictHti'


PARTIES DANCES, BANQUETS, ARBOLES"APARTMENTS Best Financing Anywhere.

All Occasions
CALL MR.CARROL NIX
,264.2398 imillllNMIIRIimNHHIMmHIIIinilllllllllNINHIIMNIIHIHNIIj. / '! Ideal location In Orange Park SEE USFIRST Discounts to
After 4 p.m. r To Jacksonville I I103rd | ont block from town 'CENTER' 0 0 ServicemenWIbrn
and shopping area
St. .
;A i i!! All units with complete carpeting
Tlmuquana
Take Your Baby Road |!!8 K 5 and drapes.
1
I CECIL P.< I. All units with walled-In gardens
FIELD y 0 or private balconies.' I'
NAS Swimming pool with adjacent
.JAX NAS I laundry facilities located In the
to a SpecialistWE ORANGE PARK c.ntr"lIard.n area.
Kingsley Ave. (SR 224)) I Located One Block East of U.S.11
MAINTAIN IT City Hall Stowe Ave One Block South o/Kings ley Ave.
A DIVISION OF MOBILE LIVING. INC.
WITH LOVING CARETOMlUSHYolbwafei
? N FOR FURTHER INFORMATION:
r 6263 koosevelt
2200 Mayport Rd.
!.J.g.'0....... THE | 'CALL 264.2711 Atlantic Beach BoulevardPh.
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4Peqetey gquoM 'O ? ARBOLES IMUUMHMWIIIIIHIIIIIimHIIIIIMIIIMIIIIIinNIUMIIIimii EDWARDM.LEWIS, .2460246 Phone 38 .558" or 5585
Manager
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I NA TTC Celebrates 30 Years of.. ServiceJaxOctober


11 marked the Some of the following The AE 'A' School trains Navy mament control, missiles, load. The Naval Air Technical
30th anniversary of the Naval Air schools that have been here in- and Marine personnel who have principle of leadership, super Training Center accounts for
Technical Training Center here.It clude the Instructor's Training just completed Recruit Training, vision and job improvement. approximately 2,700 of the
was first established as a School, the Fundamentals of Reserves, Coast Guard and The Aircraft Maintenance overall NAS Jax base loading
branch of the Naval Air Station Supervision School, the Aviation change-of-rate personnel from Nondestructive Inspection 'C' factor.
when NAS was commissioned in Ground Officer's School, the the fleet. The student undergoesbasic School is for experienced The Naval Air Technical
1940. The designation was then Aviation Guided Missiles airman training in this 22- ,Structural Mechanics, first class Training Center at Jacksonvilleis
the Navy Aviation Trade Schools.In SchooKredesigned( Naval Air week course and his instruction and chief petty officers and their a shore activity under the Chiefof
May 1942, the designationwas Weapons Systems School}), the covers the fundamentals of the marine and Civil Service counterparts Naval Air Technical Training,
changed to Naval Air Aviation Storekeeper School, the aviation electrical field, direct The curriculum RAdm. V. G. Lambert, and is
Technical Training Center and in Aviation Fundamentals School, current theory, applicable air- provides on-the-job training subject to the area coordination:
February 1943, it was assigned as the Aviation Ordnance Officer's craft power systems, alternating under actual flight line con- authority of the commander, ,
a subordinate of the chief of School, the Aviation Supply current theory and applications, ditions. This school pioneered the Fleet Air Jacksonville, COMSIX
Naval Air Technical Training. Officer's School, the Naval Air and basic electronics applicableto use of eddy current and sub-area coordinator 'B'. The
NATTC remained at NAS until Gunnery Range School and the aircraft systems. After lear- radiographic nondestructive commanding officer is Capt.
April 1948 when the schools were Marine Mechanical School. ning all the theory, the student inspection within the Navy. John E. Kennedy.
consolidated with the Naval Air NATTC's assigned mission is to moves to an aircraft hangar Radiography is the use of X-Ray
Technical Training Center in train aviation personnel in the where he applies his knowledgeby methods and techniques to
Memphis, Tenn. NATTC aeronautical technical phases of working on the aircraft examine aircraft parts for cracks ReservesArrive -
Jacksonville was reestablishedhere Naval Aviation and such other provided.The and internal defects not visible to
on January 8, 1951. related subjects as are directedby AE 'B' School consists of the human eye. The eddy current
In February 1942, the following the Chief of Naval Operations.In the Aviation Electrician's Mate process uses the basic principlesof
schools were in operation: order to carry out this (Intermediate) Course and the electro-magnetism and induced For
Aviation Machinist's Mate, mission, the Naval Air Technical Aviation Electrician's Mate current to provide a meansof I
Aviation Metalsmith, Aviation Training Center currently (Advanced) Course. Although inspecting external surfaces of I
Radteman, Aviation Gunnery operates five schools. They these two courses closely parallel aircraft parts for defects and Car QualsJax
Officer's School, Bombsight, consist of the Aviation Elec- each other,they differ in levels of imperfections. Graduates are
Aviation Radar Operator's trician's Mate 'A' and 'B' subject matter. The training qualified as Aircraft Main
School and the Aviation Ord-- Schools, the Aviation Ord- consists of mathematics, physics, tenance Nondestructive In Reserve pilots from
nanceman Schools. nanceman 'A' and 'B' Schools direct current theory and spectors.In Jacksonville based Carrier Air
.. schools Wing Reserve 20 and Norfolk -
machinery applied addition to these ,
ROAD-HOLDERS! FIBER GLASS BELTEDCAT' trigonometry, alternatingcurrent NATTC operates a 3-week based Carrier Air Wing Reserve
theory, transformers, A Leadership Training Program 70 will go through a week of In-
C machinery, saturable core for first class petty officers and tensive carrier qualifications in
devices, electronic devices, below. The program is patternedafter Jacksonville area Nov. 16-23.
'WIDE computers, navigation equip- the Chief Petty Officer'sLeadership NAS Jacksonville, NAS Cecil
ment, flight stablization equip- School in Pensacola, Field and the aircraft carrier
ment and aircraft electrical and it includes a study of Com- USS F. D. Roosevelt will be
FREE FRONT END systems. munism, American Government, providing services to the reserve
ALIGNMENT WITH The AO 'A' School trains Naval History, the principles of officers and men as they go
., PURCHASE OF COMPLETE personnel who have just com- leadership, public speaking and through their training cycle.
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;f SET OF from the fleet. This 18-week Today there are approximately along with the Norfolk and
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airman training, basic training graduated annually from these wings will be pilots from
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Duty Station Phone No._.

Jax--Bill Borries
grabbed a 20-yard aerial (Team listed first Is visitor) .: .

with less than two minutesto
play to lift the Naval Air Tr; College

Reserve Training unit to a

14.8 come from behind STANFORD FORCE _
AIR __, .
victory over CommanderFleet

Air Jacksonville in CITADEL FURMAN
the station's intramural
M ri"' 6
championship game here DUKE SOUTH CAROLINA _
last Thursday.

Following a scoreless first ((47 SYRACUSE, WEST VIRGINIA _
quarter highlighted by penalitiesand w d
turnovers, NARTU took the
U. NO.CAROLINA. ,
lead early in the second quarter CLEMSON
when Jim Reams scored on a 30-()
yard pass play as the training 3 UCLA WASHINGTON...
squad jumped to a 6-0 lead.A two- ,.
point conversion attempt failed.In FLORIDA KENTUCKY
the third quarter ComFairQB TD TOSS-ComFalr QB Dennis Mclaughlin gets off second half TD
Dennis McLaughlin marchedhis pass to Chuck Mallory to tie NARTU 6-4 during intramural playoff
squad 63 yards in five plays action. NARTU scored in the closing minutes to take the game.Cecil's CINCINNATI LOUISVILLEPros
before hitting Chuck Mallory on a
nine yard toss to tie the contest,6-
6. McLaughlin then hit Eric Thornton Wins
Saunders on a two-point con
version to give ComFair an 8-6 'CLEVELAND.CINCINNATI
lead going into the final quarter. Again in Grid ContestJaxAMCS
Borries' game winning touchdown -
came with 1:56: left in the DETROit MINNESOTA __
championship contest. ComFair R. T. Thornton employee at the Naval Air
marched to the NARTU 28 yard jumped ahead of the rest of our Rework Facility at Jax were near ( Tie Breaker: Predict final score between Stanfordand
line in a scoring threat before the weekly Jax Air News Latwinger Thornton's mark with 9-1 Air Force. Indicate winners In other games by a
gun sounded, killing their pigskin prognosticator winners in records. The 9-l's were turned in check mark. Ballot boxes are located in Galley One and
chances to turn the contest a bid for this year's top honors by Cecil's SK3 Charles Har-
the Main at NAS Jax and Cecil Field. Also
Exchange
around. when he came up with a perfect tensteiner and NARF's L. A.
ComFair, American League 10-0 slate to win this week's Wintz. ballots may be turned In at the Jax Air News and Lat-
champion,got into the final game contest. There's still a chance to win a winger offices. Ballots must be turned in by noon
by eliminating the Marine From NAS Cecil Field's Air trophy as one of the You Pick-Um Friday.)
Barracks, 14-6 a day earlier. In craft Maintenance Department, weekly winners. Fill out your
that game, McLaughlin scored Chief Thornton outguessed'email ballot and get it turned in.
both ComFair TD's in leading his including a couple of major
squad into a shot at the station upsets in posting a,10-0) recordin TIrn !
championship. *. our eighth weekly contest. He ; Plan Your
won the Oct. 29 You Pick-Um Holidays
Fliers Open with an 8-2 slate. Now a double
winner, Thornton will NOW
automatically be this year's top
Loop Slate pigskin prognosticator unless
someone can win the final two
contests back to back or another
Here weekly winner comes through FLY THE
FridayJaxThe with a winning ballot.
Thornton, who picked Alabamaover
1970 edition of Houston to take the Oct. 29 NrwyERE
the basketball Fliers debutin contest on a tiebreaker, stood
alone of contestants this
atop our
a home opener at 7:30 week.

p.m. Friday against One Cecilite and a civilian Thornton
Albany Navy, In the first of
J
a pair of weekend contests.Jax .
and Albany will tangle PREMIUM of PREMIUM TIRES

again at 2 p.m. Saturday. Both
games will be played in the Bldg. Some
3 gym. ANYWHEREI The AIRLINES TRAFFIC OFFICE
The only starting player from represents all the Scheduled Airlines of the U. S. A.We
last year's Flier squad is Tommy PREMIUMSST have complete airline information. Here are only a few
Bowie, who may not see action ways we can help you save money.
this weekend since he is playing As
football in the Sixth Naval S '/a FARE STANDBYS
District Football Tournament TWO THIRDS FARE MILITARY RESERVED
being held here this week. THIS TIRE WILL SET '% .o EXCURSION FARES
THE STANDARD BY FAMILY PLAN FARES
Flier Schedule WHICH ALL PREMIUM ; y ;f: y TWO THIRDS YOUTH FARESDon't
TIRES WILLBE RATED.
Nov. 13-14 Albany Navy here;
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11.12 Patrick AFB here; Dec. 18- lit Two Bias Plys I of our services and convenience.
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Naval Station opened up a winner
despite this 20 yard-galn by
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Koehn ((12)). At right: Player "
\/\ Phone coach Bill Fertigled defense that

HAIR STYLIST 772-9687 stayed atop Naval Air Training
Pensacola's QB Bob Rodriguezmost
5316 JAMMES RD.at 103rd of the afternoon. Rodriguezgot
this pass away for a 10 yard .
STYLED TO YOU' 6326103rd St. gain. Bottom right: Tom Mulroy l
Not You To Fit The Style In Grant Shopping Plaza goes around right end for a gain
OPENEVENINGSBYAPPOINTMENT early' in the second quarter In
APPOINTMENTS Weapons Station Charleston'sclash
NOT ALWAYS with Key West. Key West ,
PH. 772.0733 NECESSARY went on to win, 38-32, despite .
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Golf Four Squads Remain UnbeatenIn

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NARF VP-45 6-3 7-2 ,773.667 District Football TournamentJax

MARTD 5-3 .625
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Caduceus 4-3 ,571VW4
4-3 .571 Four undefeated teams slated for 9 a.m. Saturday, with a Atlanta lead 12-0 at the half. eliminate them from the two
NATTC 3-4 .429 put their unblemished Sixth playoff game to go at 11 a.m. if NCTC Pensacola 32, Albany 6: losses your out affair.
NARTU 3-4 ,429FAW11 Naval District tournament necessary. Games are scheduledfor Cossette and Bertucelli sparkedthe WeapSta Charleston 30, NavSta
2-5 .286 records on the line as the tour- 10 a.m. and 3:30: p.m. Communications squad's Charleston: The Weapons Station
Hospital 2-5 ,286MATSG nament moves into the fourth tomorrow.In second tournament win by came from behind to send the
2.6 .250 round of play here at 10 a.m. games played through scoring a pair of TDs apiece. cross town team home to
National League today, Tuesday night: Mayport 18, Key West 14: Charleston with their 22 point
Naval Communications NCTC Pensacola, 26, Meridian Mayport squeaked out the win scoring outburst in the final half.
FICEUR 8-1 .889 Training Command Pensacolagoes 0: The communications squad following a 6-6 tie at the intermission .
VP-5 71/i.11A .875 against unbeaten Mayport jumped off to a 12-0 halftime leadon Jim Pryor scored \ / piRY I ;uD soo scWU +
AETU 5-4 ,625AC Naval Station at 11 o'clock, while a pair of Dick Paulsen touchdowns twice for the winners. J +ut
Maint 5"1-3"1 .556 double winner Cecil Field takeson Randy Bertucelli and Cecil Field 46, Jax Navy 0: The r
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Weapons 5-4 .556 Glynco an hour earlier. Glynco Roland Cossette scored in the Raiders romped in scoring their -
Supply 5-4 .556 drew a bye on Monday and then final half to aid in the win. second tournament win. Cecil (
679th 4-4 .500 squeaked by NAS Atlanta 6-0) Mayport 32,NavSta Charleston jumped off to a 24-0 lead at the
Comm 2-5 .286 Tuesday. Cecil Field opened up 2: J.H. Roberts scored three TDs half before coasting in with 22
Air Ops 1-8 .111 Monday with a 46-0 win over' and teammate Dave Thompson second half points while picking ..
Admin o-a Memphis, and then came back added two in pacing the win. apart the Fliers. 1 "
Tuesday to turn back host NAS Key West 38, WeapSta Glynco 6,Atlanta 0: Dave Clery :
Bowling Jax by the same 46-0 score. Charleston 32: Jeff Jakowski scored and Atlanta didn't. 'I'in.I
American League The Communications squad provided the scoring punch with NABTC 14, Memphis 6: The '
jumped on NAS Meridian 26-0 in triple TDs in a winning effort. student pilots opened up with a 14 I
R's Raiders 34-6 .850 the tourney's opening game Charleston's Paul Missett not- point barrage in the first half to fUf'WPYn0 Wwu11Y FRafY(' DIP
M's Marauders 26-14 .650 before moving up In the winner's ched three six-pointers in a losing shoot down the Hellcats and ON 1\4 BOTTOM U"
Gold 26-14 .650 bracket of the double elimination game.
Gunho 24-16 .600 affair Tuesday by dropping Jacksonville 24, NABTC
King Pins 24-16 .600 Albany 32-6. Pensacola 8: The defensive unit
Officers 20-16 .556 In play yesterday,four one-time sparkled in harrassing NABTC's
E-Zephyrs 19-21 .475 losers played in win or be out of offense into turnovers throughoutthe HERE
Bean Burners 181h-211h .463 contention play. The winner of game. Four Fliers shared
Head Pins 16-20 .444 yesterday's AlbanyNABTCgames scoring honors in getting Jax off
AFEES No.2 17-23 .425 meets the Orlando-Key to a win in first day play.
West winner at 12 this afternoon. Cecil Field 46, Memphis 0:,
Continental League 1, the victor of the Meridian-Jax Gary Johnson, Jim Rosota and
MARTD No.1 25-11 .694 contest goes against yesterday's Carl Hall each scored two TDs as
Mad Foxes No.1 2511694 winner in the WeapStation and the Raiders scored at will againstthe
Chokers 241.111 .676 Naval Air Sta. Atlanta contest. out of town club.
Trainers 24-16 .600 Other games today will be NAS Atlanta 12, Orlando 6: 61Gerald
CPO's 24-16 .600 settled as winning teams in the Balcie East provided all the,
Chief's 23-17 .575 losers bracket move up in their scoring punch in leading the
Quaks 22-18 .550 bid to stay alive for a crack at the Georgia squad to victory. J
Hunters 21.19 .525 championship.The Orlando's TD was scored by Tom
Pin Splitters 16Ih.19'h .459 championship game is Hoody in the final quarter after Roberts
NFO 16-20 .444
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