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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: December 3, 1970
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 28 NO. 37 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA DECEMBER 3, 1970



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For New Acey-Deucey ClubJax


The Nelson Construction Company of Jacksonville has been awarded a
$598,212 contract to build the new Acey Deucey Club at the site of the.old club.

The company will begin tearing down Bldg. 600 and 601 this week and will begin .
construction as soon as the site is cleared. (

; ic The new club, estimated to be
t completed in about 10 months, The ball room will i include two featured is a 54-foot contoured
will be similar in design to the dining rooms and a 350 square bar. (
Petty Officers' Club at the foot dance floor centered around Adjoining the ball room is a " Norfolk Naval Station, with brick a roll out stage. Folding doors split level lounge with television. \
and exposed agregate concrete separating the two dining rooms The self service package store
siding and a copper colored from the dance area can be rolled will be located at the rear of the
i mansard roof. There will be a back in the late evening. Also building.
half circle driveway at the front
..
: entrance.
Ll.T Inside the club will be a
t spacious 200,000 square feet.
There will be two dining rooms, a
5000 square.foot'ball room, one
banquet room, a kitchen, self -
service package store and TV
lounge all complete with
recessed, adjustable lighting. 0

tI'M.;, More Early

adtMCapt.
: Kincaid presents the Bronze Star and Navy Commendation '
w Medals to retired Chief Boatswain's Mate Jack Rhea. OutPlans SetJax
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.. Retired Chief Earns Operations- The has Chief announced of Naval

another early out program to
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meet personnel and, fiscalcut
; Navy Commendation backs for fiscal year 1971. ,.".
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Personnel in ratings of, ADR, : \
" CT, ML and SD whose EAOS is in ..
Jax A retired chief boatswain's mate has been
: June and
' April, May, July 1971
awarded the Bronze Star and Navy Commendation will be separated in January 1971
& Medals with Combat 'V's for his meritorious service in and those whose EAOS is in
, Vietnam from Aug. 1969 to July 1970. August and September 1971 will
i. A resident of Orange Park, Jack Rhea retired from March.A be released. in February and 4 2 iKX

the Navy here in September. He was presented with the nine month early release
awards last week by Capt. J. R. Kincaid, NAS commanding program is already in effect for
.. officer. Construction Group VIII per
In Vietnam Chief Rhea served sonnel but further programs
with River Divisions 553 and 593 had been evacuated, he beyond this month are dependenton
and participated in 200 combat redistributed the crews and actual losses incurred within
. patrols. He boarded and searched moved the boats closer to the kill the Seabee community, ac
numerous junks and sampans, zone to direct artillery fire into cording to Adm. Zumwalt.
intercepted cross river traffic, the enemy positions.' Therefore, Seabee personnel
enforced curfew and transportedAllied Following his Vietnam tour, whose EAOS is beyond Sept. 30, x
Troops into enemy battle Chief Rhea was assigned to 1971 are cautioned not to make
zones. Project Transition here in personal committments based on w
He was awarded the Bronze August. a possible nine month early out. Pal I Day Mascot
Star for an incident on Aug. 10, ..;'1
1969 when his base camp came .

under his enemy citation attack.he Accordingto called in .. USO Invites Military To

assistance from the .... ..
emergency tactical operations center from '?','.. .. .. '"

his position out on the river. St. Augustine's Pal Day
Another incident on March 12, II.I. ", .. _.l.
1970, earned him the Navy I' ......". -
Commendation Medal. He was .. ..; t. =:.:. Jax Saturday Pal Day in St. USO information points will be '
the patrol officer of a three boat "". j"'I'f1',,.. ". ............ ,'.. .. .. .. .. Augustine and area servicemenare available in the information
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patrol of the upper Saigon river ... '.. .................. .I. ........... k invited to bring family and center at the USO Club in the
; when they came under enemy .. friends to enjoy a fun > filled dayin Lightner Museum.
rocket and automatic weaponsfire 1, the historic city courtesy of the Also, the USO will serve a free
which wounded everyone .; local USO. ham dinner at the Lyceum on
except the boat captain.His ..t. -' .. As host for the annual event, south St. George St. from 3:30: til
citation read ... -J. the St. Augustine USO is spon 6:30 p.m.
'Disregarding his own wounds, -- soring tours of the nation's oldest Parking spaces for buses and
Chief Rhea immediately manned city by horse drawn carriagesand cars will be conveniently locatedat
.. a machine gun to suppress the y1, trailer trains; sightseeing at the Visitors Information
deadly machine gun fire coming y the many ancient museums, Center a block north of the Old
from the beach. Upon clearing historic houses, alligator farms, City Gates at 10 Castillo Drive.
t the kill zone he moved to the bowto Hispanic gardens and Trailer trains, carriages and
administer first aid to the SELF HELP SERVICE Guard mail delivery will receive a boost Marineland-all free of charge to buses will depart from the center
forward gunner while taking thanks to Aircraft Maintenance Department personnel who installed servicemen in uniform. frequently during the day while
.. charge of the medical this aluminum mail divider shelf in the Guard Mail truck upon request USO aides will be posted buses will provide round trip
evacuation. AMSAN James McKim (standing) and AMSAN Gale Lauer are two throughout the city at various transportation to Marineland.See .
wounded attractions to assist visitors and for bus schedules.
'After the personnel of the men who finished the project in just two weeks. page 19
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to "-

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.

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I Since taking over as of Naval Operations,
1 I ...1.9 fiw"r'. --1' Catholic has been studying the problems of the modern Navy, with an eye

__. _.,';l;.., __:::.IiSs_--- 04. ..,. toward making things more efficient from an administrative stand.
?:- ; well livable from individual standpoint. He has
:- NAVAL AIR STATION point, as as more an
'WASHINGTON (AFPS) An individual involved in a motor- recognized that in order to have an effective naval service our
I ''cycle accident has a greater chance of being buried than one involved Saturday Mass-5 P.M. Sunday Navymen and women and their dependents- must be satisfied that
in an automobile accident. the Navy is looking out for them.In .
That is the conclusion drawn from a study conducted by Navy Mass- 8 and. 11 A.M. Daily Mass- keeping with this attitude, he has put out a series of messages
Captain Bruce H. Smith, director of the Armed Forces Institute of Monday 11 A.M. Tuesday which
outline by we can improvethe
which call'Z-Grams'.These steps
Pathology (AFIP), and Navy Lieutenant Louis P. Dehner. through Friday 11:30: A.M. we
According to the study-"Fatal Motorcycle Accidents of Military Saturday Confessions 10:30: efficiency and habitability of our Navy. You might say that the .
chain of command is a two-way street, and Admiral Zumwalt is
Personnel" motorcycles represent 2 per cent of the registered 11:15: A.M.
vehicles on the road, but are involved in 1.3 per cent of all ve- NATTC widening the return lane.
hicular accidents. They also account for 3.4 per cent of all fatal Sunday Mass -9:30: A.MWdg. 500 In order to implement these changes as quickly and efficiently as
accidents.The possible, I feel it is necessary they be made available to everyone.
study went into detail on 219 motorcycle accidents resulting So I am taking this opportunity to publish a list of the Z-Grams, by
in 223 fatalities. The most common type of accident involved a number with their subject. The complete file will be available at all
single'motorcycle with its driver as the victim. Excessive speed and Sunday Worship 10 A.M. ,
commands within COMFAIRJAX, and if you see a subject which in-
loss of control on a paved roadway. were the most common circum-
stances of a motorcycle accident. terests you, please r'-e time to check the message. There may be
Protective headgear-required for motorcyclists in 36 states something you didn't know about. You owe it to yourself'as'' well as to
did not protect some of the victims. The study indicated that helmets ProtestantNAVAL the Navy, to keep informed.'A
showed a tendency to shift the injury site from the top of .
the head to the base of the skull. Chest and abdominal injuries Z-l New CNO '
caused many deaths, but in 80 per cent of the cases the victims AIR STATION Z-2 Retention Study GroupsZ430DaysLeaveAuthorizationonAllPCS
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suffered head injuries. '
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Capt. Smith and Lt. Dehner concluded that the chances of surviving '
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a motorcycle accident "may be enhanced if the potential operators Sunday Z-5 Civilian Clothes Aboard Ships for First Class Petty Officers ot
are tested and licensed separately, laws on speeding and Z-6 Dependent Air Charter
drinking are rigorously enforced, and wearing of protective head Holy Communion 8:30: A.M. Z-7 Navy Sponsor Program ,. !,t '
gear and other protective gear is made mandatory." Bldg.750 ChurchSchoolall( ages) Z-8 Officer Assignments ,; "
They also recommended some type of light rigid vest as a means 9:00: A.M. Z-9 Meritorious Advancement Superior Career Petty Officers >: '
of reducing chest and abdominal injuries Junior Church (nursery-grade Z-10 Services to Crews of Transient Aircraft ,. ,f .t
- 6) 10 A.M. Divine Worship Ser- Z-11 Enlisted Requests to Remain on Sea Duty ",\, "'"

A Change In PositionBy vice 10 A.M. BIdg. 750 Junior Z-12 Civilian Clothing at Naval Shore Establishments ., .,* ", !""
Youth Fellowship 1 P.M. Bldg. Z-13 Post-Deployment Leave, Policy "
722 Senior Youth Fellowship 1:30: Z-14 Collateral Duties
,
Cdr. Gilles Morrill, CHC P.M. Bldg. 722. Z-15 Statement of Earnings to All Navy Members '; ,
Z-16 Swaps "
Tuesday Z-17 Personal Check Cashing Ceilings at Naval Activities :' .
Perhaps you've heard the story of the Tennessee
Z-18 Navy Finance Center, Cleveland 24-Hour Service
farmer wh ,during the Civil War, couldn't decide which Christian Science Service 7 Z-19 Below Zone Percentage Limitation Suspended
side to support and finally tried to remain neutral. To P.M. Z-20 Lockers and Wash Facilities for Personnel Who Wear DungareesZ21

prove this to people he began to wear a Confederate Compensatory Time Off
jacket and a pair of blue Union pants. Tuesday Z-22 Improving Shore Establishment HabitabilityZ23

However, the whole plan backfired the first time he Senior Choir Rehearsal P.M. Z-24 CPO Wives Advisory OmbudsmanZ25 Board to CNO '

ventured out into the combat area: the Yankees riddledthe Bldg. 750 Forces Afloat Liberty Policy

top half of him while the Confederates let go at the I 't Z-26 Revised Approach Shore Patrol Staffing and Training t

seat of his pants. NATTC Z-27 Forces Afloat Operating Tempo

The same thing is true of anyone who tries to straddlethe Z-28 Retention Study Group Progress Report
Divine Worship 11 A.M. Bldg. Z-29 Leave Policy for Deployed Units
fence in the matter of moral principles-the man who
500 Z-30 Commissioned Officers Messes Open
refuses to take a position and stand fast for it. He's the Z-31 TYCOM Shiphandling CompetitionZ32

loser in the long run. He ends up with no ground to standon Reenlistment CeremoniesZ33

at all-except shifting sand. .. Navy Exchange and Commissary Store Advisory Boards .

Oddly enough, many people attempt to do just that-to Traffic Z-34 Uniform ChangesZ35 "

change colors like a chameleon, according to the place Z-36 BOQ-BEQ Standards Conveniences of Service .

you happen to be, or the people with whom you happen to ViolationsJax Z-37 Aviation Squadron Command : v

be associating.The Z-38 Holiday Routine at Sea "' .
fact of the matter is this: right is right and wrong Z-39 Extended Commissary Hours.

remains wrong whether you're in Toledo or Topeka. The following is a reportof Z-30 Command Cash-Check Excellence Option at Payday I. ,,iI., ',

God's moral laws apply just the same one place on earthas motor vehicle accidents and Z-41 Z-42 Junior Officer Requests Forum for Sea Duty {" ':
another the His laws of traffic violations for the period of
just same as physical Z-43 Disbursing Claims Processing I..':
nature matter who with who be Nov. 16 to Nov. 22. Z-44 Watches ,(
no we are or may Quarterdeck ,,.
watching. Z-45 Assistance to.Pow-MIA Families '
Number of Accidents
Jesus knew of the human tendency to want to be a Z-46 Refinement of Ships 3-M&: MCCS Sub System 01:

'good guy'. However, He made clear in the matter of This week 0 Z-47 Z-48 CO Ships Inactivating for *,,. .
Programs People '
This week
moral that there is middle He saidit a year ago 5
principles no ground. Total accidents this year 286 Z-49 Medals &: Awards '
straight and clear. 'You are either for me or against Total accidents through this Z-50 30 Day Cold Iron Status ,: :

me.' period last year 389 Z-51 Small Craft Insignia .

Make no bones about it. Our Christian faith puts eachof Total number of days since last Z-52 Officer Billet Summary ,; "*
Z-53 CNO Discussion with Navy Personnel ; '
us on his honor. In the name of God, never be injury in a motor vehicle accident Z-55 Human Resource Management .

ashamed to choose your position, check it with God, and Number of days since an injury 58 Z-56 Exchange of Duty Program for Officers
then hold on to it. He'll help you to stand fast. last year at this time 180 Z-57 Elimination of Demeaning or Abrasive Regulations
Z-58 Acceptance of Checks in Ship's Stores
Number of Violations Z-59 Progessional Development ProgramZ60
Action Line TelephoneZ61
This week 55 Reassignment of Communications Watch Officers-Registered
JTAX AIR NEWS Speeding 12 Publication System Duties
Reckless driving 3 Z-62 CNO Senior Officer Forum
Going through stop sign 7 Z-63 Excess COMTAC Publications Aboard Ship

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Other violations 33 That's the lot,as of the time we went to press, but there are probablynew
ones by now/Again, I extend the invitation to write to in
distributed each the me, care
at
Thursday V. S. Naval Air Station 27 drivers appeared before the
of your station newspaper, if you have questions or comments on any
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a Traffic Hearing Board on Nov. .
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS 25. Disposition of the cases Included subject.'PAGE
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS the following: ,.,..
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News foR 'fH IR SAKE,,,, .
Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or 17 lost driving and parking
3119. privileges aboard the station for
various periods; 60 were
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries assigned to complete an eight-
concerning such should be directed to: hour course In remedial driving;
11 received suspensions; 2
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY were given warnings; 1 was

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 dismissed; 4 were fined (U.S.
Telephone 388 2755 Commissioner) ; and 0 were
referred to commanding officer

VOL. 28 NO. 37 DECEMBER 3, 1970 for possible disciplinary action.
11 drivers were assessed 11
traffic points.

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4 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER


Chapel Memory DedicatedThe AVCM Forrest


new chapel memorial bearing the names of base and squadron
personnel who have lost their lives in the service of their country,was Retires
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dedicated on Sunday November 15th. \,
The memorial is located in the front nestibule of the chapel. The e :v
name of each man is engraved on individual brass plates. The After 23 Yrs.Cdr. .
memorial is fronted by a large bible and Is( illuminated from above by

means of Indirect lighting. Jack Perkins, com-
The memorial provides a place of meditation where one can pause to manding officer of Attack
remember fallen comrades.The Squadron 105 congratulatesAVCM
memorial was financed by contributions from base and Harold Forrest after his
squadron personnel and their families. reenlistment ceremony on the a
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bridge of the USS Saratoga CVA
60 presently deployed to the Sixth i
Fleetin the Mediterranean Sea.

Master Chief Forrest is
completing 23 years service and
has previously served with

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also Attack Squadrons 44 and 66,
deploying on aircraft carriers
USS Essex, Bon Homme
__ Richard, Enterprise, America
and Kitty Hawk. The chief em-
phatically recommends career AVCM Forrest Rttnllsting on the Bridge of the Saratoga
naval service to all men that are
willing to serve and want to see 7
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the world 'As It Really Is' plus .
giving his family also the opportunity ,'' ,.
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Wives of Lost servicemen, Mrs. Linda Kelley and Mrs. Baroara -
Bennett attend Memorial Dedication with Chaplain Jensen.

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. fte r Law Center BriefsLEGAL


JIt / J ASSISTANCEBy

Lt.C.B.Smiley Jr.,JAGC, USNR


For the vast majority, the service rendered by the Law Center of

The two air station dining halls serve the same menu, but observe different greatest benefit is legal assistance. The service is available to all
meal schedules. Dining Hall No. 1, Bldg. 4, serves week-day meals as follows: service personnel and their dependents free of charge, regardless of
breakfast a.m. to 7:30 a.m. dinner 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and supper 4 p.m. to service branch or duty station.
5:30: p.m. Dining Hall No. 3, Bldg. SSI serves breakfast 5:30: a.m. to 7 A.m.1
dinner 11 a.m. to 12:30: a.m. supper : p.m. to ':15. Both Dining halls ob There are four lawyers assigned to handle legal assistance, each of
serve the same hours on week-ends and holidays: early breakfast ':30 a.m. to whom is a member of a state or federal bar association as well as
1:30 a.m.;brunch':3Q: a.m.to 12:30 p.m.and supper.4 p.m.to S:30 p.m. General
being certified to act as counsel by the Judge Advocate of the
for
Personnel on comrats may purchase breakfast and early breakfast 25 -
cents;dinner and brunch for 4$cents and supper for SO cents. .u Navy.
Each client receives personal interviews conducted in the lawyer's
Friday,December Baked Macaroni & Cheese, Buttered private office, and all matters discussed are kept in strictest con

BREAKFAST Cornmeal Mush, Mixed Vegetables"Glazed Crullers. fidence. Since these lawyers also serve in other capacities, only one

Hard Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Tuesday, December lawyer is normally acting as the legal assistance officer at any given
Order, French Toast, Choice of Fish moment, and an appointment system is used in order to allow sufficient -
Fillets, or Ham Slices, Eggs BREAKFAST Hot Oatmeal, Hard time with the lawyer and at the same time reduce waiting.
AuGratln, Hash Brown Potatoes, Iced Boiled Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order,
Cinnamon Twists. Griddle Cakes, Grilled Luncheon Navy Lieutenant Appointments can usually be given within two days of a call,
DINNER Manhattan Clam Meat, Creamed Chipped Beef, Hash however, the appointment system is not rigid., When emergenciesarise
Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Deep Brown Potatoes, Glazed Butterfly MedalJax or great inconvenience could result if an individual takes off
Fried Fish, Brown Gravy, Mashed Rolls. Wins Army
without
of the
from work to see a lawyer knowledge appointment
Potatoes, Macaroni with Tomatoes &
Cheese, Buttered Green Peas, DINNER.. Beef Rice Soup, Yankee system, one or more additional lawyers are normally available to
Pineapple Pie.SUPPER Pot Roast, Beef Stock Gravy, Rissole -- The Army Com consult with unscheduled clients. Appointments may be arranged by
Chicken Soup, Baked Potatoes, Steamed Rice, Lyonnalse mendation Medal was recently 7723482.
Wax Beans, Buttered Broccoli,Boston to Lt. William R. Dukein calling
Tuna & Noodles, El Rancho Stew, presented
Cream Pie.SUPPER. Unlike the Navy doctor who is able to render whatever attention is
Home Fried Potatoes, Buttered ceremonies at the Fleet In-
Broccoli Spears, Mexican Corn, Creole Soup, Barbecued necessary for the health of his patient, the Navy lawyer is restricted.
Center U.S. Naval
Blueberry Pie.Saturday. Pork Loin, Barbecue Sauce, French telligence Legal assistance is primarily advisory and legal opinions will be
Fried Potatoes, Fried Rice, Buttered Forces Europe (FICEUR). The
rendered almost subject not only involving Florida statutes
,December Green Peas, Coconut Cream Pie. Medal was awarded to him by the on any ,
but federal laws of other states and even foreign laws.
of the and
Secretary Army was
BREAKFAST- The Navy lawyer cannot represent his client in civilian court
Hot Hominy Grits, Wednesday, December any ,
E.R. Sour-
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Breakfast Meat, Grilled Hamburgers, Potatoes, Iced. Bear Claws. meritorious service during the Assistance will be given in writing letters which may make
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DINNER Pepper Pot Soup Roast
Potatoes Cheeseburgers, Potato,Chips French, Baked Beans Fried, Boneless Veal, Brown Gravy, Mashed period September 1969 to August reference to the opinion of the legal assistance officer, but the letter
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Grilled Pork Corn, Dutch Apple Pie.
Chops Combat Motion Picture Team
Cream Gravy, O'Brien Potatoes, SUPPER French Onion Soup,
Fried Rice, Baked Corn & Tomatoes, Beef Pot Pie, Scalloped Tuna Peas, (Navy) in Vietnam.
Buttered Brussel Sprouts, Assorted Buttered Egg Noodles, French Fried
Cup Cakes. Cauliflower, Simmered Lima Beans, The award citation reads in
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Prepare for Your Date : F n _


With the Fleet ReserveBy

GMCM D.p,Black

WASHINGTON-The phrase insufficient obligated service. It
'putting in your papers' should bea is well to remember that applications -
familiar one to all Navy men should not be sub-
and women wearing four or more mitted more than 12 months priorto
hash marks on their sleeve. The ) 'the requested Fleet Reserve
'paper! is an application form date.The best time to submit for
(NAVPERS:630)) and the whole transfer is during the first half of t
process to which the phrase the: year before the date you 1 1 1au
refers 'is ,the ,application for want.
transfer to the Fleet Reserve.Although To avoid hardships and missed
Fleet .Reserve employment opportunities,
transfers are everyday occurrences thoughtful consideration shouldbe v 1
the processing of the given to choosing the date of X>r
forms and the policies concerningtheir application. Ideally, the date 11a
approval or disapproval, should coincide with tour com w ,i'
and finally, the establishment of pletion date (TCD). However, fAi A
a transfer date, may not be, so authorization for a date within e 1 ,.., Ii
familiar to all hands. Here's what ,three months of TCD may be It lil ft
., l
happens to a Fleet .Reserve approved if it would provide $? 1 I H'pvt w M /7 x pa'd.aiawexyq
Transfer 'Application '*hen. it increased benefits or be more
reaches the Bureau of Naval. convenient for the applicant.For .
Personnel (BuPers). a date more than three t liii i !ti m I
It is first sent to the Favorable months after the present TCD, it s A.aatyy pb ; F
Separation Section (B222).A) may be necessary to complete (i i
copy of the NAVPERS 630 form is: present tour, plus one year on ,
also routed to the 'applicant's board the next duty station. The
rating control officer and only exception to this rule is
detailer.The detailer will provide, made for men who become I Ij
information to the Favorable eligible for the first timewith 19 .i 7
Separation Section about the. years, six months with con- j t
applicant's relief as well an any structive time. Then the Fleet ., .
other comments.The Reserve date may be authorizedup PIPING OVER LCdr. Leamon F. Carpenter receives his last salute as he Is piped over the side
application is then referredto to six months after TCD. In no during a ceremony which marked the close of a 30-year Navy Career
BuPers' Enlisted Services and case, however, will a member'stour
Records Division (E3)) which is completion date be adjustedfor
responsible for computing ser a period longer than six LCdr. Carpenter Ends 30-Year Career
vice for transfer to the Fleet months.It .
Reserve, setting the transfer may seem that Fleet Reserve Jax-LCdr. Leamon F. Car earned his commission in 1955, LCdr. Carpenter was a VIP
date, and issuing the authorizetioi n transfers come about only after a penter, a former resident of leading to his present rank. pilot in Washington, D.C. on
for transfer. Applications series of obstacles have been Jackson, Miss., retired from the During World War II LCdr. two tours of duty. Passengers
requiring special processing or hurdled and specific conditions Navy here Monday, ending a 30- Carpenter flew sea planes on included the late Secretary of
that are from personnel who may have been met. But these Career. reconnaissance flights, and was Defense James Forrestal.
be ineligible for transfer on the requirements are necessary to year LCdr. Carpenter attended forced to ditch one while His last Navy assignment was
date they requested are maintain a degree of stability Jackson Central High School in returning to the States from as air navigation officer on the
processed in the Favorable within the enlisted distribution Cuba. He rescued by a
the was
1935-36 and entered Navy staff Commander, Fleet Air
Separation Section. system. from Jackson in 1940 as an British destroyer after two daysin Jacksonville.
Some applications are returnedto The Chief of Naval Personnelhas enlisted man. He attended flight a life raft, an incident he calls
commands because errors expressed a desire to give ell training and was designated an his 'most memorable Navy He plans to spend his
were made or the individual career Navymen the opportunityto retirement here in Jacksonville.
enlisted pilot two later. He experience.
years
submitted it too late for the date transfer to the Fleet Reserve
he wanted or perhaps he had 'when eligible and as requested.' -

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guests are
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Tonight there will be dancing to Tonight's special is steak student alumni, Capital new program being instituted by the Chief of Naval
Phil Cay and the Chantels. dinner and wine fountain. Radio Engineering In-
Friday features the Dark Entry, Tomorrow there will be a Happy stitute (CREI). The Operations..
Saturday it's Standard Hour in the Main Brace from 4:30: meeting is scheduled for It has been noted by the CNO
Productions, Sunday night Will to 6:30: p.m. and a SingaLong 7:30: Monday night at the that many professional officers for a research assignment. A
Power, Monday night Lorenzo Piano. Saturday's entertainmentwill Fleet Reserve Club at 5391 have shown a desire to take time selection board will be convenedby
and his Soul Treatment, Tuesday include Champagne and Collins Road. off from their military careers in the CNO to screen all requestsfor
night the Dark Entry and Wed- Candlelight dining and dancing to There are about 200 order to complete a thesis, 'Investigate professional developmentduty
nesday the Camelots. the Jonny Jelinek Band. The known active students in the operation of dif- assignments.
Sunday Family Buffet will be the Jacksonville>> area ferent government agencies, or Applications for the program
ACEYDUCEYCLUB served from 5 to 9 p.m. Wed- come on and join the undertake similar research must be received by BuPers
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cing to the Four of Clubs and junior officers from 8 p.m. to either'Duke' Duliakas, Recognizing that such projects proposed research and citing
Saturday it's Jim Mann and the midnight. vice-president, at 387-3300 would benefit the Navy as well as specific ways in which the applicant -
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will be a Happy Hour. .. USO. be selected to conduct private
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the Seminoles will be on hand Saturday and Wednesday K Regular naval officers throughthe Participants will incure a service
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WASHINGTON (AFPS) and women are taking the tests ,
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Each month thousands of servicemen each month. More than half of \\V 'M Ny "'\\W":Wmt; My\ "1 ':::\ 'r }N\\NV t \:tm::::: : *w { ::::\44::1m +5:f: a

and women earn col- those examined since 1965 have
lege credits without setting: scored higher than the level A General Examination Sampler

foot inside a classroom. Their recommended by the American -
"school" is CLEP. Council on Education for grant-
the Level Ex- hour English Composition: This test measures the Sample Question:
CLEP, College ing semester credit.
various aspects of the ability to write English Dark lines in the Sun's spectrum are explainedas
amination Program, offers a
While the General Examina- effectively. The first part contains 35 questions resulting from the
five-part Examinations General Examination and Brief, tion is available at no charge designed to measure the ability to recognize correct (A) radiation of certain frequencies from theSun's
Subject
through base education offices, and effective expression. The second section atmosphere .
Tests. Through special arrange-United the Subject Examinations are also has 35 questions, each requiring the abilityto (B) absorption of energy by atoms in the
ments between the
available only at 59 CLEP test
recognize errors and unacceptable construc- outer layers of the SunC
States Armed Forces Institute centers and colleges and uni- tions. The last section contains 30 questions. ( ) radiation of ultraviolet light from sun-
(USAFI) and CLEP officials,
versities in the United States.
the Testees will be asked to "rewrite" certain sen- spotsD
General service personnel Examination.can take The Subject Examinationsare tences according to specific directions. ( ) continuous radiation from the coronaE
tied more closely to a spe- ( ) X-radiation from the Sun's atmosphere
The five tests comprising the
cific course or subject. Each is Sample Question:
General Examination are: Eng- intended to measure an individ- These rules for conduct were important not Humanities: Slightly less than half the ques-
lish Composition, Social Sci- ual's achievement in that par- only to those who aspired to invitations from tions in this examination deal with literature.
ences, Natural Sciences, Humanities ticular area. There is a $15char duchesses but also to those who dreamed of About one-fourth deal with painting, sculptureand
and Mathematics. The e for each subject exam- nothing more splendid than Mrs.. Jones's dinners. architecture; and about one-third with phi-
tests vary from 60 to 75 min- ination test taken at a test Substitute both for not only. losophy and music. Questions concern all periods,
utes in length and may be taken center. (A) also from classical to contemporary, including a few

separately or in various com- The Brief Tests are shorter '(B) as well as on mass media, jazz, graphic arts, dance, and
binations.General versions of the Subject Examin- (C) but other aspects of today's humanities not always
Learning ations and intended primarily (D) too included in courses. About a third of the 'exam-
are -
The General Examination is to measure achieve- (E) and ination asks for analysis of specific works.
the group
designed to measure general
learning of an individual com- ment. They are available onlyat Social Sciences: This 100-question examination Sample Question: _
pared with that of a regularly colleges and universities. measures the general knowledge and ability of All of the following accurately describe Greek
enrolled student who has successfully Multiple Choice persons with training approximating that of the drama EXCEPT: .
completed two years All of the General Examination college sophomore whose academic courses have (A) The actors wore masks. .
of undergraduate work. Al- tests have about 100 mul- included work in history and the various social (B) The dramatists competed for prizes.
though colleges and universities. tiple choice questions, with the sciences. Specialized knowledge of the subject (C) The plays were performed in sacred "
were slow to warm to the idea exception of the mathematicstest matter is not expected. The teat stresses basic temples by priests.
of granting credit for the which is made up of 75 facts and skills, but does not reflect any specific (D) The plays were performed as part of religious -
tests-only 55 schools in 1967 questions.A course of study. festivals.
said they would now almost person does not have to (E) Scenes of violence were usually performed -
400 are willing to give credit Sample QlNtltloa: off stage.
answer all, or even most, of the
When social scientists
seek through
Of their policies answers
course vary on
questions to earn an acceptable
the amount of credit allowed For critical but uncontrolled observations of their Mathematics: The questions do not include college -
and the minimum scores accep- who score.answers example only two-thirds, a person of subjects they are using a method called the level mathematics that a major in this area
table. the questions on the English (A) "biographical approachB might study during his sophomore year nor doesit
Scored by USAFI Composition test and has Incorrect ( ) clinical interviewC attempt to measure knowledge of any specific
The General Examination is ( ) experimental situationD mathematics course. Knowledge required for answering -
cored by USAFI and soon reports answers for about one- ( ) field study most of the questions could 'have been
fifth of them will still obtain a (E) research: approach from school
mathematics
are sent to any individual, well above when survey gained high supple-
college, or noncollegiate agency score average mented by one year of collee mathematics intended -
compared with a representative Natural Sciences: The content of this examina-
for students not specializing in the sub-
or organization indicated by the sample of college sophomores.The tion is drawn from three areas. About 10 per
candidate. The scores also are cent of the questions are based the history ject.
General Examinationscores on ,
Sample Question
stored indefinitely by USAFIin :
have no fixed values. A philosophy and sociology of science; 45 per cent
case the serviceman or woman score reflects a person's stand- deal with biological sciences, focusing on ma- Which of the following is equivalent to .
needs them at later date. I + -s
a in terial common to both botany and zoology; and .
relation
ing to the of
Between July 1965 and November others who have taken scores the the remaining 45 per cent cover the physical sciences for every real number i -ITA

service 1969 people more were than examined 703,000, tests. Colleges and universities the, including earth sciences.physics, chemistry, astronomyand ( ) -. :;lilt) :f-TJ:; : (C) ;-!_'I (D) I (6)) {

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The Jacksonville Navy new pay records for the paydayof given no less than four working
Finance Office will commence its January 15. Advancement in days notice when personnel are
semi annual military pay record rate vouchers effective Dec. 16 being transferred, discharged
I ( k VNIMATyP transition period Dec. 16. Current and received at NFO no later reenlisted, etc.
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the work schedule of the Finance payday. Allotments will continueto
special pay.
Office. be registered in the normal
Dec. 16 has been named as the manner during the transition Visits and telephone calls to the
n cut-off date for processing pay period which extends to January NFO should be held to a
vouchers. Vouchers received 15. minimum during the conversion
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41 Where Do Your Navy Exchange Dollars Go? I


Brooklyn You may be aware upkeep of ball fields and other marked up less than non .
that Navy exchanges are profit such projects.In essential items. Markups range
: making organizations, but did addition, all net profit from a low of IJ V4 percent to a highof
you know that every dollar of net generated by Navy Exchange 25 percent at retail. Guidelinesfor
profit is returned to Navy per. operated clubs for, enlisted men is this broad pricing policy are
sonnel in the form of entertainment retained by the clubs to provide issued by the Navy Resale
recreational entertainment programs for System Office (NRSO) in
facilities and equipment? patrons and to pay for Brooklyn. 7
The money is used for such renovations.The Overall, the markup for Navy
projects as outfitting the hobby average markup on Commissary Stores averagesfive
shop, bowling alley, and movie merchandise sold in Navy ex- percent. Four percent is
theater; buying recreational change retail stores is 15 percent. normally adequate to cover such
equipment and sporting gear; Normally,essential items will be costs as utilities at CONUS
t stores, packaging material,
supplies, paper bags and other
miscellaneous items. One per-
cent is used to support equipment
replacement and building '
renovations.
These and other areas are
covered in a customer in-
WINS AIR MEDAL Army Sp4 Samuel J. Smith" II, receives his first formation bulletin which the
through third Air Medals for service as a crewman en 25 combat NRSO has published. This
missions in Vietnam. Presenting the award is NAS Commanding bulletin answers 20 frequently
Officer, Capt. John R. Kincaid. asked questions about Navy
Exchange and Commissary
Stores. Distribution of this flyerto
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I GI Loan Conditions More LiberalA



bill the President signed Odell W. Vaughn, director of Another provision authorizesVA
recently allows millions of the St. Petersburg Veterans to make direct loans
veterans to use their GI loan Administration Regional Office, anywhere in the country to an
benefits whenever conditions are noted that before the law was eligible veteran who has a service -
favorable to them. enacted,veterans had to use their connected permanent and .
The new law (PL 91.506)) loan benefits before an expirationdate. total disability and who has
restored unused, expired loan received a grant for specially
benefits to 8.9 million World WarII One other provision of PL 506, adapted housing.A Gum Diseases Can Strike EarlyGum
and Korean Conflict veterans, which became effective October
and extends these same benefits 23,eliminates a VA funding fee of finance provision mobile authorizing homes VA for to disease is serious at any age, for, if left untreated, it may ,
indefinitely for approximately 7.5 .5 per cent on guaranteed and veterans and servicemen result in loss of teeth. In fact, gum disease is the major cause of
million other veterans who direct loans to Post Korean becomes effective December 22. tooth loss in adults.Periodontalgumdiseases. '
served after January 31, 1955. veterans. are often found in children. It is

.._- ... --... ____ _... .....'JJI estimated that about one in two children has some form of this
ailment. One of the more dangerous aspects of these diseases is
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that they are painless until they actually become damaging. As a
result, the victim is often unaware of the affliction until major
harm has been done.
Research has not yet pinpointed all of the specific causes of
n o a ,n 3 3r'y periodontal disease, although it is known that bacteria play an important -
M part. Oral bacteria unite with food particles and salivato
form a hard, crust-like material called calculus which clings to
the teeth. This substance collects more bacteria, which eventually
$ irritate the gums. As the gums become inflamed, they begin to recede -

",... and leave pockets of infection which continue to destroy the

<\ S i gum As tissue.the disease progresses, the inflammatory process may affect
the underlying tissue and bone as well. Bone loss may occur. It is
at this point that the teeth become loose, and it is necessary to
extract them.
Home care and regular dental care are of primary importancein
!, preventing and controlling gum disease. Regular brushing after
meals is most important in helping prevent calculus from formingon
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home care.
A more complex treatment is sometimes required if the disease
: has become severe. This involves surgical removal of diseased gum
tissue and cleaning the teeth thoroughly. With removal of diseased
: r tissue and other therapeutic measures, the remaining healthy gum
> f'p tissues become firm and stop receding. Good oral hygiene must be
"> ,t' continued to maintain the gums in healthy condition. (AFPS) (Reprinted '
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Publisher ;:, Call: 388-2755 MOVIE SCHEDULE !

JAX AIR I NEWS ,

NAS Jacksonville Ads should be mailed to arrive not later than
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
LATWINGERMAS Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be
published the following week unless the .
Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3 WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 9
money order for the full cost of the ad must be
: received WITH the copy for the ad.
NAS: 'HALLS OF ANGER' NAS: 'DOCTOR ZHIVAGO'

4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge (lines) $2.00 Color drama starring Calvin Color drama starring Omar

Jacksonville, Florida ,, Per additional I line ((4 words per line) 50 Lockhart. 'GP' G ((98 mins..) Shariff, Julie Christie and

cents HOSPITAL : 'CYCLE Geraldine Chaplain. 'GP' E ((197

1 SAVAGES' Color drama starring mins.)

Bruce Dem and Chris Robinson. HOSPITAL : 'ANGEL

REAL ESTATE 'R' G ((82 mins.) LEVINE'
Brick home on corner lot by owner. All
EMPLOYMENTSERVICE MOBILE HOMES extra large rooms, 2 BR., Separate
Dining Room, Fla. Room, Separate FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4
Garage, 20 x 24. In Lake Shore. 2105

WIVES MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea Vista Ave. NAS: 'FOR PETE'S SAKE'Color J I

CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS 1( Mobile Home Park) 1/4 mile comedy drama starring
Jobflnders, 1372 Cassat. 387.5626 or north of NAS, lots and rentals. Near RENTALSORANGE Robert Sampson and Al
If ask I will I
you me agree,
1022 Park Street, 3547888. schools and ,
Clean
and shopping center. Freeman. 'G' E ((90 mins.) think that I shall never see a
reasonable rates, Manager on
HOSPITAL: 'HALLS OF poem M lovely as a t'ree-A
HELP WANTED premises. Children and pets welcome.
Typist, Accurate, 75 wpm on electric 6301 Roosevelt 3846264. PARK ANGER' t'ree day pass made out to me.
2 BR., Apts., furn., or unfurn., Dishwasher .n
machine, also office
general work, no
Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth '
boring routine, $2 per hr. or more JUSTISS TRAILER PARK SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5
Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355.
depending on ability. Holt, 387.3566, 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern A bachelor-a selfish, callous
for Interview. undeserving man who has
trailer and Apts. 3893007. ORANGE PARK
NAS: 'TARZAN'S JUNGLEREBELLION' cheated
2BR. Unfurn., Stucco home, hwd some worthy woman
HOUSECLEANING SERVICES floors,walking distance of bank. $125.a Color adventure out of a divorce.
LARGE TRAILER
Guaranteed to pass Navy Inspection.Call $20. month. 15 min. from LOTS Cecil bet. mo. 771.3717 or 7723146. Chief 0. E. starring Ron Ely and Sam Jaffee.
Barnes Janitorial for free ween Baldwin & Maclenny. 2596681. Meyer. 'G' G (93 mins.HOSPITAL .)
estimate. 2643078. : 'FOR PETE'S Wife: "It says here that

2BR.,FURN.APT. SAKE' they've discovered a ship in

All elect., TV, Linen, utensils, etc. Egypt that's over 5,000 years,
MISCELLANEOUSBE optional. Will rent to TAD personnelor old."
REAL ESTATE bachelors. 2646884. SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6 Husband: "I'll bet it turns

out to be the troopship I went
NAS: 'RIDER ON THE RAIN' overseas in."

TRANSPORTATIONAUTOMOBILE, Color suspense drama starring
TV ANNOUNCER 'HIDDEN WATERS' "':':'" Charles Bronson and Marlene Student: "I always drink lots
Recorded message by leading an. Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots Jobert. 'GP' G (115 mins.) of milk because my doctor says
nouncer tells you how. Call any hour. available. Excellent fishing, boating, milk is a great bone builder."
3552944. swimming. Mobile Home ara. Also FURNISHEDEast HOSPITAL: 'TARZAN'S Coed: "Too bad it's gone to
permanent home area. High, wooded and West Coast. 3533691. JUNGLE REBELLION' your head."
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake
Consoles some with AAA-FM, tape Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 7253992. 14'MAHOGANY BOAT
players. At dealers cost to liquidate 35 HP Johnson outboard, new MONDAY,DECEMBER 7
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771-0409. fiberglass seats, new upholstry,
FOR SALE OR RENT battery, skis, trailer, many extras. NAS: 'DARKER THAN AMBER .
RECEIVED ORDERS. Cash for your 772.1528 After 5 p.m. Color drama Rod
WASHER AND DRYER starring
equity or let us rent your home. r
Fast repair and Installation. We REPORTING I IN. Call or drop by for Taylor, Suzy Kendall and Jane N
specialize In home service. 781.2790 or map or sales and rental list. Call CREDITUNION REPOSSESSIONS Russell. 'R' VG ((97 mins.) ,)
781-2404. Powell or Mills, USN Ret. 2642411. it FORD RANCH WAGON ,
HOSPITAL: 'RIDER ON THE
ORANGE PARK REALTY V.8,AT,AC,$1295
WE BUY& SELL, MILITARY, FREE NOTARY CHEVY LUVY VAN6cyl.AT$1095 RAIN'
Appliances & used furniture. Also DEER SPRINGS ESTATES .
TUESDAY,DECEMBER 8
repair any make of home appliances. 67 CHEVROLET MALIBU
Brook's Furniture BEINGTRANSFERRED? 2Dr.,HT,V-8,Stand. Trans.$1195. Keystone Heifkts
and Appliance We buy equities Call A.T. Madison Ext. 2431, or 387.

725-2441 10061 Atlantic Blvd. 771.3605 Louise T, Bailey Broker 5622. NAS: 'ANGEL LEVINE' Color ByAppointMCBtDydeW. .. .
'WE FINANCE'17'THUNDERBIRDTRI comedy drama starring Zero

LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH FOR HOME SALES RENTALSIn -HULL Mostel and Harry Belafonte. 'GP'VG .Simpson&Co.

Wilford's Fish Camp2649707. Sherwood Forest Harborvlew and '65 Model,75 hp Evinrude, mechanical ((104 mins.) REALTOR 3566849JACKSONVILLE'S

Northwest Jacksonville area call or steering, heavy duty tilt trailer, with HOSPITAL: 'DARKER THAN.
GEORGE'S KENNELSEst. visit: big wheels and new tires,coil springs, AMBER'
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Dogs Soutel at Devonshire 765-5505 condition. $1,295 firm, ph. 2646643.
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--- ...... .- ... .- how sneaky he is with
superlatives 232 and I had high
1 set with a magnificant 559 (The
Cecil SportsDTC Midget's modest to a fault). Jay
had to roll a high series to take
the pot ('pot' must be a local
J. D. Brewster ,
trophy). At least it was by 20
( pins rather than by the 1 pin he
rooked me in the last three
r
BASKETBALLVA86 points for the evening, and Wilson games. !n tl I" interest of 'j ur.
ff blasted VC-4, 60-26 and 19 for the Marines. nalistic' accuracy I must also
took the measure of VA-45, 7050. VA-81, 54 Ops 36. Ops was no report that Jay had an un-
a Against the 'Dragonflyers', match for the tall VA-81 quintet.. believable (the Midget's Incredulous -
Mossbengerand Durnil led a well Leading scorer was Dailey of VA- ?) 97. Medical in-
and Little from creased their lead to 2 games
balanced attack with 11 points 81 with 23 points
apiece. Kennedy triggered the Ops with 12. ,over VA-45 Admin. here come
,.j VC-4 'attack' with 8 points, VA-37 was involved in two the sour grapes again lots of
followed by Van Gogh Brown's 6 squeakers last week, easing past handicap and at least one 200
One of the teams competing In the Navy Bowl Is VA-174 Corsairs of the counters. Worsham, with 15 VCM: 42-39 in overtime, and game by a medical 'bowler' each'
'1 Midget Division. points was high scorer in the VA- edging VA-45, 49-46. Against VA- game has really helped medical.
45 game, while Hefferman tallied 45, Markoff was the leading VA- Standings:
t Annual Navy Bowl 14 for the losers. 37 scorer with 10 points. Davis Medical 33.11
t VA-174 remained undefeated, also scored 10 for VA45.In VA-45 Admin 3113VA66
29.15
4 On Dec. 5th, the West Duval an added attraction, the West rolling over VA-45, 69-44, VA-82, the VC-4 game, player-coach AMD 27.17
Youth Association presents the Duval Coaches will play the radio 77.52 and VA.37, 5842. Luchi was Peters of the 'Bulls' led all VA-45 NO. 1 26.18
j annual NAVY BOWL. This post station WAPE 'Good Guys.' high scorer for the'Hellrazors' in scorers with 19 points. VC-4's VA-82 25.17
I season bowl empasizes the ap Festivities begin at 1030 at the all three contests, rippling the Kennedy had 15 points. Coach VA-45 Dental No.3 23Vj-20V2 25.17
t r... preciation of the Association for West Duval Youth Association nets for 24,19 and 16 points. Fordof WiltTateof VC-4 scored a career NAMTD 21.23
the oustanding support provided home field, Wheat Field. This is VA-45 had 16 points; Haight high of 6 points ((4 more than he Marines 17.27
: by contributing Naval adjacent to the Jacksonville (VA-82) 24 and Markoff (VA-37)) scored all last season) and Food Service 15.29
organizations in the Jacksonvillearea. Heights Elementary School, andis 15 points in losing efforts. surprised himself by bringing AMD Staff 10-34
located two blocks south of Supply 65, Marines 52. The down 5 rebounds. Van Gogh National League: High series
Each of the four West Duval 103rd Street on Ricker Road, then flashy Supply 5, with Mumford Brown of VC-4 gunned in 8 pointsfor belonged to'Sad Sam DelVecchio
teams will host a Pop Warner one block west on Wheat Road. scoring 7 big second half baskets the 'Dragonflyers'. Regret- ((663)), Bill Parker (again?) 522,
football team from another area For those with hearty appetites turned a close half-time game fully, Wilt has announced that Romuar 563, Stilley ((542)),
in the football season finale. As a fish dinner ($1.00)) or a into a rout. Mumford had 20 due to circumstances beyond his Skidmore (533)), Meeks ((580)) and
.... .., ,, .. control Van Gogh be lost
'-'X''l.: '''"''''' --""""" ""'" "' -- ; may Speer ((520)). Laughing Boy
hamburger plate ( .75)) will be for the season. DelVecchio also snatched high
: served beginning at 1130. Come BOWLINGArt game (232)). Other 200 bowlers
COMPtftt L y44l early and stay late.SCHEDULE. were Eschete ((212)), Skidmore
Waller and Burl Burch ((211)), Speer ((208)), Pelark (207))
BEAUTY presently lead the pack in the 1st and Stilley ((206)). Standings:
"fit' CAR Armed Forces Doubles Tour-
nament (being held at Cecil BOQ 28.8
1&ofja4e 1030 West Duval 'STINGERS'vs. Admin 25.11
Greenfield Grey PeeWee Field). Art and Burl bowled on NAMTD 23.13
Division the 1300 squad Sunday, and both Operations 21.15
proved that 'clean living' really Medical 21.15
.: 1200 VA-174 'CORSAIRS' vs. pays off. Art had a 666 scratch VA-174 Dental No. 1 21-11 20.12
,
t h Phone Normandy CLIPPERS' Midget series on games of 232, 219 and Power Plants No.2 15.21
772-9687 Division 213. Burl's 520 set, combined withArt's Air Frames 10.26
HAIR STYLIST
Weapons 10.26
VA-44 'HORNETS' 666 and handicap comprisesthe
1:30 vs. VA-174 No.2 9.27
5316 JAMMES 1(0.at 103rd/ Wolfson 'WOLFPACK' Jr. tournament high (1315). 1266 Power Plants No. 1 9.27
SPECIAL! Tues.Wed.l ( \' Midget Division and 1249 are the 2nd and 3rd place
l 6326 103rd St. highs. A nondescript CPO from VP-16
',\ Haircuts 1.00 In Grant Shopping Plaza 3:00: West Duval 'HAWKS' vs. Openings are still available for (sometimes situated at NAS Jax)
with Shampoo&Set :, Paxon 'YELLOWJACKETS' the final weekend of ttu tourney has issued a challenge to the
OPEN EVENINGS BY t APPOINTMENTSAPPOINTMENT Pee Wee Division. (Dec 5 and 6)). The 'Midget' CPOs of Cecil Field to a darts

I' NOT NECESSARY ALWAYS 4:30: West Duval Coaches vs. (tournament 'coordinator') has tournament. A little investigation
: ... PH. 772-0733 WAPE 'GOOD GUYS' Upper suggested that a certain 'ding-a- revealed the name of ths knight
: ::::::: Division ling' by the name of Brewster errant: 'Marty'! Marty is also
; ,
a R< should enter the tourney. I famous as the top tiddle1 on the
I decline for 2 reasons: ((1)) I have VP-16 tiddly wink team. It mightbe
the unique distinction of being well to remind Marty that the
Cecil Field's worst bowler and Cecil Field CPOs have engaged in
: am hesitant to tarnish my image rugby, basketball and softball
( and ((2)) I laugh so hard at the games, and to suggest that darts
'Midget's' bowling efforts, that seems somewhat tame by
( even lifting the ball is difficult. comparison. However, the Cecil
Fields chiefs will look around and
American League: (The see if they have anyone on the
Midgets Corner). 'Jay Bondgrenhad station old enough to remember
high game with a fine (see how darts are thrown.

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Eagle Detachment Returns Home
Fr m th. 1OOK SHELF


From South America DeploymentJax


Thirty eight men of VP-16 returned to Jacksonville Nov. 21 after

completing ,two months of operations during Unitas XI.

Unitas was a combined naval operation involving the United States Navy and

the major maritime nations of South America. Book Reviewed: 'Guide to the with missiles which can be fired

Comprising the flight and Soviet Navy.; 350 pages, 100 for hundreds of miles, 'are
ground crews of two P3A Orion illustrations c. 1970 dependent on an outside source to
patrol aircraft, the men engagedin Author: Sigried Breyer locate their targets and provide
anti-submarine warfare Published by: U.S. Naval In- guidance for their weapons.'
training with the navies of stitute, Annapolis, Md. 21402 Hence, they 'are themselvesnot
Venezuela, Brazil, Uruguay, List Price: $10.00; Available totally reliable instruments of
Argentina, Ecuador, Peru and from publisher by request war, except when their weaponsare
Colombia. The Commander-In-Chief of aimed at targets ashore, suchas
Working in coordination with the Soviet Navy, Adm. Sergei cities and air bases. However,
surface ships of the United States Gorshkov, comes in for high if these ships come within visual
Navy and the navies of South praise in a new guide to the Soviet range of a naval target, they shed
America, the aircraft patrolledthe Navy. Adm. Gorshkov is this weakness and under those
South Atlantic and described in the publisher's conditions, except for sub-
Southeastern Pacific using their atti d preface as a man who'has servedhis marines, there is hardly a ship in
sophisticated detection gear to rj country well,' and further, it the Western World that could
locate 'opposition' submarine is said, 'it might be that years engage them with much chanceof
VPlG's participation ,in hence, when we look back upon victory.'

Unitas began August 1 in San M .i this time, we will consider him The book, 'Guide to the Soviet .
Juan, Puerto Rico, when the the most important' naval officerof Navy,' which is probabl: the
operation commenced. At mid- the era. most complete record that
point, in Argentina, the first P3 .. # The Soviet naval leader earns anyone outside the Soviet Union
aircraft detachment was relievedby l1 \ .. this praise because 'most of the (and a few intelligence agencies).
the crews which returned last "" interesting ships described in this could construct, is written by a
month. Detachment personnel book have been produced under German student of Soviet naval
engaged in numerous civic action '. his leadership...' affairs, Siefgried Breyer, and
projects while visiting the South -' ;,; In discussing the Moskva classof translated into English by a
American countries. In Racife, helicopter carrying antisubmarine retired British naval officer. ,
Brazil, the men hosted a party for cruisers, the 'most LCdr. M.W. Henley.
250 school children. interesting and perhaps the most
Cdr. E.R. Nordtvedt, com- 1 Important of the ships built by the Breyer discusses almost every
manding officer' of VP-16, joinedthe Soviet Union in the Gorshkovera aspect of the Soviet Navy from
detachment in Bahia Blanca, ,' the preface observes that the organization of its hierarchyto
Jacksonville's Sister 'plainly' the Moskva and her the industry which builds its
Argentina, ,
CDR. E. R. NORDTVEDT, commanding officer of Jacksonville
and he and
ships, names
where he assumed sister set the for the
City, com- pattern
based Patrol Squadron U serves as host to the Bahia Blanca -
describes, and illustrates with
mand of the detachment for one cruisers of the future. If Soviet
Jacksonville Sister City Association during the squadron's visit toJacksonville's
profiles, ship the Soviet
officers succeed in every
phase of the operation. While in combining
Sister VP-16 In Unitas XI
City was participating
Navy is known to Thereare
Vertical and possess.
Bahia Blanca, the Jacksonville operations in South America Take-Off Landing
Bahia Blanca Sister Cities (VTOL) combat> aircraft with over one hundred
their Moskva-class cruisers photographs, some not
Association hosted a dinner in -
and tours. ment personnel busy inport outside of the
honor of the air detachment. and the Soviet Union appears to previously seen
LCdr. Nordtvedt also schedules maintained
was were USSR.
LCdr. Nils the air be more interested and further
Matolay,
award in the remainder of the
called
to prizes a during
ports
detachment commander, said, upon advanced than is the United The United States Naval In
held local school visited Lima Peru the
contest
'The conversation for the eveningwas among including States in that type of aircraft -' stitute which published this book,
children in Bahia Blanca. The Canal Zone and Cartagena
,
primarily centered aroundthe those ships 'will have no cause to is a private professional
children wrote letters to school Colombia.
cities and how they compare. children in Jacksonville and the fear any ship inferior,to an attack association established by naval
City plaques' on behalf of the chosen be for- This was the first year that aircraft carrier.' officers nearly a century ago, to
best
mayors of the two cities were were to P3A Orions have been used in Not all of the Soviet Union'snew further their professional
exchanged at the dinner and warded. Unitas exercises and many of the ships come in for unqualified knowledge. It is governed by a
other events during the week Though Bahia Blanca was 'Eagles' of Patrol Squadron 16 praise. The 'interesting and board of high ranking officers of
included a picnic, receptions for considered the highlight of the are hoping they can return for powerful Kyndas and Krestas,' the Navy,Marine Corps and Coast
both officers and enlisted men, cruise by many of the air detach Unitas II. the new Soviet cruisers armed Guard.


II Retention Studies ContinueRecent


retention study College to hold public meetings in
discussions between junior of. both the junior and senior
ficers and enlisted men and the courses. This forum would include -
senior personnel have been so a discussion on how to 4
successful that Admiral E. R. improve the Navy and'on things 4a
Zumwalt plans to continue them that can be done to enhance t a

next year. command appeal as well as on ..
BEYTEONli
Many useful suggestions to how toexecutetheNavy personnel
help the Navy's retention policy he and the Secretary of the .
"Buy AMERICAN" problems have been given and Navy have been pursuing.
the program will ,expand its Representatives from the
group discussions to include meetings will present their views
71 GREMLIN middle 1 and senior officers. personally to the admiral and the
Adm.- Zumwalt has asked the secretary on completion of the
president of the Naval War discussions at the college. QUESTION:


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By YNSN Stella M. Gawlinskt

Jax-Some people like to spend party finally reached Camp
11 their spare time horseback Francis. They set up camp in day.AMH1 McCreary received a
riding, swimming, bowling or shelters they made and attendedto NATTC plaque and a letter of
just plain relaxing, but two getting the evening meal.After appreciation for his devotion to
NATTC instructors from the the meal, the boys turned in for duty, his outstanding leadership
Aviation Electrician's Mate 'A' the night abilities and the high level of
_School like to scout in their spare Sunday morning the boys at- professional competence he .
time. tended church in Interlacken instructor at the
LEADERS OF VP-42-Cdr. Smith ( ), of displayed as an
D.I.| right skipper newly
AEC E. R. 'Gil' Gillespie has where a kind gentleman gave Aircraft Maintenance Non-
commissioned VP-62 at NARTU, Jax, meets his Executive Officer,
been the scoutmaster for Troup them a ride back to camp and destructive Inspection School.
Cdr. Sam Hembree beside a squadron aircraft at Atlanta.
304 since April and his assistant four bags of oranges. The boys Petty Officer McCreary joinedthe
AE2 Carl 'Smokey' Stover has enjoyed the ride.and the oranges Navy on Feb. 14, 1951 and
Reserve Squadron Comes Alive been his right hand since June. really hit the spot during his career, he has been
., Together these two men have That same afternoon, Chief stationed with numerous aircraft
Jax-Patrol Squadron 62 came P-3 Orions. devoted hours of their spare time Gillespie andAE2 Stoverput their squadrons, air stations, and ship-
: to life at the Naval Air Reserve Organized into two com- working with the boys in Troup teaching abilities to use and gave board deployments. He was
Training Unit here Nov. 14, when ponents,the other half of the ASW 304. These 22 boys come from instructions on the use and care stationed aboard the USS
Cdr. Donald J. Smith of North squadron is located at NAS civilian and military families of knives, saws, and axes. Each Oriskany (CVA-34)) before he
i Palm Beach, Fla., read his orders Atlanta. Active duty personnel residing in the local area. boy was required to demonstratehis reported to NATTC In April 1969
,I as first commanding officer make the squadron constantly Just recently AEC Gillespieand knowledge in using and caringfor for his present duty.
I: .r of the new squadron. operational, while veterans from AE2 Stover, along with 16 the tools. Before the boys Petty Officer McCreary is
t A part of the 'new look' in the throughout Florida and southern boys from'Troup 304 returned knew it, it was time to break married to the former Miss
Naval Air Reserve, the squadron Georgia spend their weekends from Camp Baden-Powell where camp and head for home. Plans Alsina B. Zapf and they have
consists of both active duty and flying as members of the they went on a backpack hike. were made to meet again and three children. The McCrearys
selected Air Reserve personnel. squadron.VP-62 is designed to be The purpose of this 10-mile hike hike the same territory until the plan to reside in Enterprise, Ala.
The crews will fly SP-2H Neptune ready for immediate action in the was to determine the best route best route has been found and the and Petty Officer McCreary
aircraft pending delivery of the event of a national crisis. for laying out a trail from Camp trail mapped. hopes to be employed ,with the
Baden-Powell to Camp Francis. Chief Gillespie and AE2 Stoverare NADI Programmer in a nearby
Several hikes will be made to proud of the boys In Troop 304 aircraft corporation
GRANTPLAZA determine which route is the best, and hope more parents will
and when the best trail is deter- become interested in the boys' TWO PERSONNELMEN
mined, it will be mapped, marked scouting affairs. The meetingsare TRANSFER
and submitted to the North held every Thursday eveningat
103rd St. at Blanding Florida Council for recognition as 7:30 p.m. at the Sacred Heart Farewell and best wishes go to
an official hiking trail. This trail Church. Parents are also invitedto PN1 Albert Guting and PN2
Thurs., Sunday Dec. 3-5 will be used by the boys attending attend. Douglas J. Hodges who left Nov.
summer camp at Camp Baden- 25. Both Petty officers will be
Powell. INSTRUCTOR RETIRES missed by all the personnel who
GRANTMASTER 120HIGH.MILEAGE Hiking through the woods and worked with them at NATTC.
fields, the boys noticed a small AMHI Arthur W. McCreary, PN1 Guting worked in the
lake and everyone shed their Jr. transferred to the Fleet NATTC Military Personnel Office -
r TIRE packs for a swim.All too soon the Reserve after 19 years and 10 since November 1967 wherehe
swim ended and the two Scoutmasters months of active duty in the was in charge of the Receipt
and the 16 boys were Navy. NATTC's CommandingOfficer Section. He will be reporting to
4-ply nylon cord once again on the trail. It was Capt. John E. Kennedy, the USS Allen M. Sumner
much later when a weary Scout conducted the ceremony MonBobs (DD)692)) ) at Mayport.
tread
extra-deep Petty Officer Guting, a nativeof
1 the Philippines, entered the'
77 Navy 18 years and six months ago
$
11 Oak Hill and was stationed in Guam priorto
reporting here, he is marriedto
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You Two months ago, Detroit police began an "Analysis -
Suppose Suspect Your Child Anonymous" program.A .
parent who finds a suspicious drug: can take it

Youngsters And The Drug SceneDrug to There the precinct he will station.pet an identification number.

Nobody asks for his name or any other Informa-
abuse? tion.
Children don't abuse drugs per cent will quit after the first or second cI aret. Three days later, he can call the police narcotics
they abuse themselves with drugs. If your child has gone beyond this point-smoking bureau und give his identification number. A chemist c..
And until parents understand why children take regularly or "moving up" to other drugs-there are will tell him whether or not the substance is an
drugs, there will continue to be a drug problem, physical. signs to look for: illegal or dangerous drug
say. psychiatrist3 Marijuana will leave a distinctive odoralmostlike What the parent does with the information is his
sage-on a person's clothing for several hours. .
business.But
It will require an own
awareness by parents of the .
emotional needs of their children along with Marijuana smokers experience an unusual appetite what's a parent to do when he's convincedhis
some for sweets and starches. Users call this a "food
child is using drugs?
self-education on recognizing the danger signs. "
When teen-agers begin using drugs freak. Some parents-from sheer anger--call the police.
regularly, .
there is usually a marked change in behavior. Tranquilizers, obviously, will make a person This action can break the final link between par-
and
Think of them as "signal flags." sleepy. lethargic. ent and child.
A child might: Opiates-like heroin and morphine-will cause Other parents launch into a tirade about the
eye pupils to contract. of drugs. They're horrified by the word
e Change his style of dress. When children start danger
drug, they often acquire a new sense of identity on Drugs containing atropine. (a heart stimulant) udru ." They don't stop to think that alcohol and
which will be reflected in what they wear. t. -- aspirin are drugs, too.
Change his social pattern. This could mean suddenly Most children know more about drugs than their
dropping old friends in favor of a new crowd.It I parents, and scare tactics! based on half-truths generally -
could also mean suddenly finding new forms of will be ignored.
activities with his old friends. Remember that children who use drugs are experimenting -
Change his personality. A child who has been outgoing in much that same way that today's
may withdraw; the loner may suddenly blossom 1)IUCr +I parents experimented with alcohol when they were
teen-ager
1 If a child is beyond the experimentation stage, it
.
.
Call for help.It usually means that he is seeking something outside
takes a willing ear to hear a child's plea for himself; that drugs have opened a gate; that he has (
help. a problem.
Children seldom speak directly, especially to their Find out what the problem is. Just listen; really
parents. They'll mask an appeal to protect them- listen.
' 1tfS
selves. There isn't a teen-ager alive who hasn't experienced
The simplest form goes something like this: feelings of emptiness, loneliness, confusion and
CHILD: "Hey, guess what? Cindy says she's worthlessness.

smoking poU"Translation! may cause the pupils to dilate. A user frequently He is filled with profound philosophical questions.
: "I've started smoking, and I like it, begins wearing sunglasses indoors. Many of which have no answer.
but I'm frightened" because I don't- know why I like One of the latest drug fads involves a capsule But that doesn't mean a parent can't listen.
it. Help me! that can be purchased without a prescriptionandfrom Drug-taking is an "acting-out" behavior just like
The parent who doesn't really comprehend will which youngsters have learned to extract atro disrespect for property, accident proneness and de
say: linquency.
"Stay" away from Cindy. You can't see her any- pine.LSD type drugs produce a sense of disembodi It means the child already has a problem too big
more! ment. A for him.
user may begin talking about feeling a
then wonder why the child turns resentful. "oneness" with love, nature, the universe or God. A Too often, the parent will scream: "You're ruining
Another way children seek to attract the attentionof "bad trip" on LSD is unmistakable-the user is me!" The child's sens.: of guilt, and his feelingof
their parents is to antagonize. locked in a personal nightmare and displays panic. rejection, can be unendurable.
Recently, a 16-year-old Birmingham girl, who felt A heavy dose of amphetamines shows itself in a Youngsters want their parents to be fair, and to
unloved, told her parents she was going to visit a great burst of activity, total loss of appetite, and in. hear them out before pronouncing judgments.But .
girl friend. She gave her parents the friend's name, ability to sleep. if a child becomes truly "hooked" on drugs,
address and telephone number-and made a point of Parents may also find some drug paraphernalia the problem is usually beyond the parent's ability to
saying she'd be home by 6 p.m. cigaret papers, hypodermic syringes and needles, a handle it alone.Counseling .
She went to the friend's house and waited by the
bent unusual tobacco-smoking devices and incense
spoon,
is needed. It could be a family friend,
phone until midnight, desperately hoping her par
burners to mask marijuana's distinctive odor.
school adviser, a minister or family doctor-not
ents would show some sign of concern for her safety.
They didn't. But for those who find suspicious-looking pills or necessarily a psychologist or psychiatrist.Very .

They waited until she came home ther. scolded weeds in their children's possession, there's now a often the child just wants, and needs, an
way to determine exactly what they are at no risk understanding adult he can talk to. (AFPS)
her.It's this type of home situation that often pushes to the parents or their (Reprinted courtesy The Detroit News)

children into experimenting with,drugs, according to
\
doctors. children.'M

What are the chances that your child has ex- ( INTO 'The SPOILER'KlAATATtAII
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I Civil Service NewsBulletins :



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Post I 1T 1Tr Useful Suggestions Net


Job Openings More Than $150 MillionFederal

Jax-Job openings are I
I( available to NAS civilian employees r employees have made according to Civil Service
for computer technician. Y beneficial suggestions Commission Chairman Robert E.
I GS-5, MPB 129.70, computer throughout fiscal year 1970 that Hampton. .
technician GS-7, MPB 130-70, have led to more than$150 millionin Chairman Hampton said that a
meatcutter MPB 131.70 and savings to the government, total of 81,070 suggestions were
superivsory computer specialistGS12 adopted for which civilian employees
MPB 13270. received a total of I
Special vacancies for Narf XO Wins $5,296,566 in cash awards. The
policeman GS-4 are available, to average award was $65.
be filled through merit HE HAD A BETTER IDEA William F. Gouctmour, general Service Citation According to Chairman
promotions. Interested persons foreman of the NARF Machine Branch of the Metal Division Hampton civilian employeeshave
should file applications under the suggested a better way to repair gap doors on the A7 aircraft and won Jax-Cdr. Gerald R. Bell, the helped hold down costs of
continuously announcementNo. a check for $515 from Capt. D. H. Heile, NARF commanding officer. has their
open executive officer of NARF, the government through
70-70. Gouchnour's suggestion is estimated to be worth $9,244 in savings to He
been awarded the Meritorious ideas and performance.
the rework facility., Service Medal by Capt. D.H. stated that those who work for the
.
.'f' ''' ''' .. f'ci3 \ "' Pt .1. A .PJJ, 1 Heile for his outstanding service government are in the best
"F* fti&Is T r.V & b.Q I j I I with the United States mission to position to see where time and
4' :.. ;:3t.1l tfIew NATO from August 1968 to money can be saved and
4wt't'it: August i. 1970. welcomed employees to submit
.' Cdr. Bell was the director of more ideas and suggestions for
t the Naval Armaments Division improving operations.The .
she sewing more now ]t and was cited for 'professional largest single award for a
competence, leadership ability, suggestion went to Robert J .
and enjoying it less .. I initiative and dedication.' Surkein, a traffic manager for
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I the U, S. Army Munitions
According to his citation he Command. He won $7,105 for
C. .. {.I helped reorganize operating initiating a procedure to ship
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Give her the methods and procedures so that material direct to Southeast Asia
U. S. representatives received from east coast ports,rather than
c -e I 1 advance indoctrination into across country to be shipped
great new -g' r NATO operating methods as wellas from west ,coast ports. His
in overall U.S. objectives and suggestion saved the governmentmore
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I,[Here's What Overseas Folks Want Most for Christmas I I 1

tel WASHINGTON (AFPS) -
The fifth annual "most wanted"
holiday gift list for servicemenand "
women overseas has been f)"
announced by the United Service (
Organizations. VVVV
Persons and organizations tl'r
wanting the USO to distribute
ri' gifts should mail parcels earlyto
the USO Director at the
APO concerned. Emphasis this
year is being placed on gifts to V 7 ANA// \
American military personnel in f .
the Republics of Vietnam and ; l// Asps
Korea and the Kingdom of
Thailand officials said. To
i' iM1c: speed handling and distributionpackages Tire patching kits (for repairof Candles
should be gift-wrapped rubber mattresses, boots, Plastic containers for Kool-Aid
and contents labeled. Postal ponchos) Dry soapHoliday
authorities will not accept
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Packaged cocoa, fruit drinks
packages addressed to "Any Wallet size calendars decorations, Christmastrees
Serviceman," spokesmen noted. Q-tips -

CONGRATULATIONS FROM WASHINGTON Floyd H. The 1970 USO holiday gift Miniature chess and checker Shake-a-pudding
Waldrop (Senior member of the Inspecting General's Inspection Team list includes: sets Poster-type pictures of state
'A' from Headquarters Marine Corps, Washington, D. C.) takes time Blank assorted greeting cards Adult Flower and vegetable. seeds Self-sealing side landscapes envelopes
from a busy schedule at MATSG to meritoriously promote Glen E. Canned foods, meats, fruits Fruitcake games, candy, nuts, gum Shampoo
Bowers to the rank of lance corporal. LCpl. Bowers isan AE 'A' School Camera film Inflatable pillows Sewing; kits
student and is also commander of MATSG's Drill Team. Cheese packages, party snacks Blank recording tapes ((35- Insect repellant
Shaving equipment and 7-inch) Playing; cards (plastic) .
Model kits Medical scrub brushes Medicated cleansing; cream

Outstanding Harvest InsecticidesFirst aid kitsShoeshine Soap Key chains and toothbrushes and key cases Cigarettes Heavy duty work socks

equipmentFoot Plastic knives, forks, spoons Small transistor radios
spray and powder Pocket knives Christmas wrapping ,
Reported by HuntersLake Foam insoles for combat boots Small flashlightsTabasco ribbons tags paper
sauce Small notebooks
Instant breakfast drink mixes Small terrycloth towels,
City.. Hunters apparently (closed to turkey); Gulf Ham Pal Day Bus Christmas stockings plastic bags
made good use of the mock, 44 deer, 27 turkeys; Lake SchedulesDepart Batteries 11/2- and 9-volt,
hunting potential of the nine Butler, 128 deer, (closed to Prerecorded music tapes For women in the Service,
wildlife management areas in the turkey); Steinha tehee,68 deer, 50 NAS Barracks Pocket dictionaries all feminine items such as
Game and Fresh Water Com turkeys; Tide Swamp, 7 deer and 'D' at 9:10 a.m. Ballpoint Paperback books shampoo, hair setting lotion
mission's northeast region. 11 turkeys; Nassau, 29 deer and All buses will then "Wash 'N pens Dri" hand towels and rollers cologne" scented
According to Frank J. Smith, 20 turkeys; and Osceola, 80 deer, rendezvous at NATTC Small jigsaw puzzles "Wash, fashion'N Dri's, home permanents -
wildlife biologist for the com (closed to turkey). Bldg.500 and finish loading Paint brushes 1-inch shampoo, lipstick magazines and nail,polishare dry
mission, the deer and turkey Squirrel hunters also enjoyed before departing for St. Small mirrors considered appropriate.
harvest for the first nine days of successful hunting with the Augustine.The Deodorants
the current season totaled an Aucilla, Gulf Hammock and return trip for the
estimated 663 deer and 148 Steinhatchee areas producingbest buses Is scheduled for 4
turkeys.The results with an estimated p.m.unless passengers are
estimated totals of deer 6,300 squirrels being harvested. available for a full load Going home
and turkeys taken on the Hog hunting also brought good earlier.
respective management areas results with an estimated 601 There will be ,room for
included the following: Aucilla, ,hogs being taken on the Aucilla, about 185 personnel In
. 107 deer and 40 turkeys;. Camp Tide Swamp, Gulf, Hammock, uniform on the St. for the
Blanding, 169 deer, (closed to Nassau and Camp Blanding Augustine bound buses. V.
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Navy Wives Club Holds



Christmas Bazaar Today 4 0

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Jax-The Navy Wives Club of A clown will visit to entertainthe {.
America, Jax 86, will lend a children and free coffee will )
helping hand to share in the Navy be served while customers r'*
Christmas Sharing Program with browse through the bazaar.
its annual Christmas Bazaar Everyone is invited to attend and
today from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. at help make Christmas a little
the clubhouse on the corner of nicer for Jacksonville's less
Enterprise and Jason Avenues. fortunate citizens.
Kay Wofford, chairman, and Another project underway is
Theresa Hagan, co-chairman, the Defensive Driving Course to a j 1.
will head. the array of home be hostessed by NWCA Jax 86 on
.. baked goods, hand made items, Dec. 7,8, and 9. It is open to all
...; Christmas decorations and'white military personnel and depen-
elephants' to be sold. All dents. The three-day course
proceeds will help fill Christmasfood begins at 7 p.m. at the clubhouseand
baskets that will go to needy is offered free of charge by
families in the Jacksonville area. the Security Department.


. Jax Marine Wives Slate BAZAAR PREPARATIONS-Carol Rice (kit) assists Bazaar Chairman Kay Wofford (right) and
Co-chairman Theresa Hagman with preparations for the Navy Wives' annual Christmas Bazaar
which is being held today at the clubhouse _.
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Welcome Aboard MeetingJax Cecil Field

TO Mil! ::
The monthly meeting of potentially new members,. WHOUSME PRICES
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the recreation room of MATSG organization. NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES
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