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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 19, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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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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90-DayWoge Freeze Chills Military Pay Hike :1 j



I I, 1 Jax-The proposed military pay
hike which was scheduled to go
Into effect October 1 following
approval by both the House and
Senate has been delayed indefinitely *
as a result of President
11
Nixon's 90-day wage price and
.
tax freeze announced Sunday.
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The future of the 12.4 billion ;
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VOL. 29 NO 22 'Published In The Interest of Personnel of Naval Air Station Jacksonville pay hike has appeared dim all
,Florida AUGUST .
19, 1971 summer long, as the House' has
refused to ratify the bill which
contains a deadline for Vietnam '
troop withdrawal and abolishes
Sixth Wives Class the draft. Congress Is presently
adjourned and will not debate the
bill again until summer vacation
ends next month. If the proposalIs
Convenes
MondayJax killed when Congress reconvenes .
4 a Civil Service pay boost
t; scheduled for January 1 will
Continued response by local Navy wives to the Wives automatically raise military
Service Information School is expected to make night classes a g ',.,N basic pay by an estimated 7.4
possibility. percent. Passage of the bill will
According to a program coordinator, night classes will be result In a lowering of the
scheduled sometime next month if enough students sign up to January raise,
attend.Call Chief Gage at 772-3161 to enroll now. Now with the President's wage .
five hOol will n again' halt In effect until November .
Monday morning.Both wives and their husbands ace Invited to : : military personnel may encounter -
attend these informal classes,held from 9'* 12 in Room 230 at yet another disap
Hangar 1000. ; pointment.
An addition to the agenda will be a break for lunch Wednesdayat Unless verification proves ,
Galley One.Transporation. < otherwise, you may sew on that
to and from school, if not already available, new stripe In September and not
can be arranged with the program director. Also, free nurserycare i"q a see any change in your paycheckfor
is available at the Navy Wives Club Nursery on station. at least two months.
Longevity pay, alsowill not be
Monday the halt Is
u recognized until wage
9:00-10:00: : Command Presentation HOMEFRONT NEWS NAMED BEST-On behalf of the Fleet ended.
10:10-10:15: : Coffee Break Hometown News Center FHTNC) In Great Lakes, III., Art Slocumb, Navy Finance Is presently ,
10:1512:00: : CHAMPUS, Dental Dispensary, Medical, Out NAS Jax Service Information Officer,presents the FHTNC Certificateof waiting for verification of how
Patient Clinic : Excellence for FY 71 to MATSG's commanding officer, Col. LE. the wage freeze affects the
Blanchard. Of all commands submitting hometown news to the military. When word is received
Tuesday : Center, MATSG was selected as the one unit with a high level of excellence from the Navy Comptroller that
In both and Information will be publishednext
quantity quality concerning Marine students and
.. 9:00.: 9:45: Housing. Referral, On ...'Base Housing,j Family. graduates here at MATSG. week. ,..
Services :.4 Dv" .
9:45.: 10:00: Coffee Break 4.4\ : :' 4 ''LIgRtThn/
. 10:00: -11:30: .Household Goods, Moving'and Storage NARF Heads List of Top;

11:30: 12:00: Legal Assistance \\1


Wednesday Donors to Navy Relief DriveAir

9:00: .,9:45: Special Services ,' .
9:45: 10:15: Project Transition ., u ,"
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Jax activities Jacksonville stated
Eight
Fleet
,10:25: 10:30: Coffee Break ((1,040 percent) ; ,
10:30: 11:30: Survivors Benefits, Dependency,-Social" Security, located aboard the Naval Weather Facility $192.39 that 'Although' the drive
Insurance Air Station here finishedup ((134 percent) ; Commissary fell a little short of our
11:30 12:30: Lunch at Galley One :' ,'* this year's Navy Relief store $97 ((126 objective, I am very

Thursday Drive with collections percent) ; Navy Finance pleased with the final

meeting or exceeding 100 $151.65 ((115 percent) ; results. The target amountwas
9:00: 10:00: Navy Exchange and Commissary percent of their Marine Corps Recruiting equitably apportioned

10:00: 11:00.: Pay and Allowances established goals.Personnel Station $678 ((100 per- among participating
11:00: 11:15: Coffee Break_ .. < .
"
11:15.12:00: VA Schools, Scholarship .Program/.Educational" of the cent) ; and Navy Reserve activities and those

Opportunities, GI Bill ; >: following commands are Training Center $26 ((100 activities that attained or
.
', +::'...' congratulated for their percent). exceeded their goals are
.. Friday :
*
outstanding achievement: considered outstanding,

9:00: 9:30: Air Charter and Travel Naval Air Rework Facility In a message to all The efforts of all who

&;30 10:15: Chaplain, Navy Relief $2,595.86 ((1,248 percent) ; hands, RAdm. Lawrence contributed time and fundsare
10:15: 10:30: Coffee Break Naval Fuel Depot $52.00 Geis, commander Fleet greatly appreciated.'
10:30: 11:15 Wife Line
11:15: 11:45: Closing Remarks, Summary'
11:15-12.00: : Graduation Hickman Named Top SailorJax

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"'C:1;:: : ATI Robert L Hickman, Jr. of the AIMD Radar Work Center has been

'>;';",L", ; named Serviceman of the Month for'July He was selected from among other

,,," '0 ;HI nominees for the monthly title based on a nomination from his division officer,
/ citing his dynamic, aggressive personality and outstanding knowledge of his

,,;,;;.; j"1'\ rate. ________ _______ ___
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.fr 1.i. ....(;;.'.>.. ATI Hickman is assistant NARTU 'as the avionics shop 1964, he saw an opportunity: to reenlist -
;...., supervisor of Radar Shop 640 in supervisor and was temporarily in the TAR Program.
<' ;';' ..'. Hangar 1000. lie is an electronics assigned to AIMD earlier this Although he is not involved in
,t///'. j. mantenance specialist who year when ,AIMD and NARTU NARTU activities, one of his
'.".',1..:''.: (ll.,, ',:r......,. 'J''' A oversees the repair of various maintenance departments were additional tasks with AIMD is to
II. ';!'.."", .t.' .41. ,...';. aircraft electronic components.In merged. At that time, accordingto coordinate and supervise a
f a, 'i,4'J: \ ,.i..,/,...,' ". I I' I addition, he is the collateral LCdr. Schoonover, he acted as weekend training program for
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).) .,:.'. ,, ./. ;:.) duty quality assurance inspector, the avionics liaison in planningand visiting reservists.The .
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". ,. .4.' /__ As supervisor of 14 men, Petty arranging the merger within
:. : ''A" Officer Hickman has been noted two days instead of the expected 32-year old Navyman is
\ ;! /" married and has four children.As .
.tl': t. '''; '' for 'exceptionally fine leadership two weeks.A .
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\ .;4ii wW..a., ability.' In nominating him for native of Gays,Illinois, Hick Serviceman of the Month, he
.;it, Jr'__ .... the top serviceman award, LCdr. man joined the Navy in 1959 aftera and his family will be hosted on .
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>i q. R.T. Schoonover, AIMD officer, year of study at Sl Joseph's an. all-day tour of St Augustine, '
IN RADAR SHOP 64o at Hangar 1000, All Robert Hickman, Ser. described Hickman as a highly Junior College in Westmont, 111. the nation's oldest dty. He will
viceman of the Month for July, tackles a familiar task-aligning an respected and professional in- He served a four-year tour with also receive a certificate for two
I aircraft component. He is the assistant shop supervisor and directs dividual.He VP-6 in Hawaii before his release to the Candlelight Restaurant on
/ repairs on such equipment as radars. was formerly assigned to from active duty. However, in station.



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.' Weekly, 1971 Club Schedules .


MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
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Runners Runners Runners Children Beach Phases

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A cey-Ducey Smoked Crochets Archie Pork g Cheese Steak
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T ommy 'C' Three's :30.6:30: :
JImmy Johnny 4:30.6:30: : Pool
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Club Seminoles StrIckland : .= ;-.. .pm. Party

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Monday thru Thur ...

11 I.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday A Saturday Your
11 I.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 '.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday Breakfast- Nattc personnel will be served from 5:50: 6:30: '.m.l NAS and all
11 1m to 2 I.m. 11a.m..11 p.m. other tenant commands after 6:30.:
Friday 1. Saturday Tu.s..Thurs.. Sunday Lunch Nattc personnel served from 11 to 12 a.m.; NAS and other commands
Saturday 11 '.m. to 1 am lla.m. ltp.m. Noon to Midnight after 12.Dinner.
I.m. to 2 I.m. Fr'.Sat' -All personnel served from 4 to 6:15: p.m.
Sunday 11..m..la.m. Monday thru Thur dub

I.m. to Midnight 11 '.m. to Midnight
Friday,August20BREAKFAST Buttered Mixed Vegetables,
Chilled Pineapple Blueberry Pie.
Juice, Fried Eggs to Order, Scrambled
Eggs with Cheese, Choice of

I Secretary Completes 20 Years Creamed Bacon or Dried Ham,Beef Lyonnalse, Assorted Potatoes Danish, BREAKFAST Tuesday,.August. Hominy 24 Grits,

Pastry. Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs
A DINNER .. to Order, Baked Corned Beef Hash,
New
England
iU1flIE Clam Soft or Hard Cooked Eggs, Choice of
Chowder, Salmon Cakes
Jax-Mrs. Vivan Mayfield, Frankfurters Baked Macaroni or Grilled with Bacon or Pork Butts, Minced Beef
to the Administration Cheese, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.
secretary Seasoned Lima Beans,Yellow .
Officer, received a 20 Year Pin Cake with Chocolate Icing. DINNER Minestrone Soup, Baked
mW $
Beef Loaf or Turkey Ala King, Baking
Friday making 20 years of civil SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Hamburgers Powder Biscuits, Whipped Potatoes,

service. .. SUPPER and .Cheeseburgers.. Boiled Navy Beans, Buttered Broc
Stuffed
The pin was presented by Cdr. I 1. Brown Gravy, Rice pork Pilaff Chops, Ap., cola SANDWICH Dutch Apple LINE Pie. .. Ham and

William Parks, Administration plesauce, creamed Style Corn, Cheese on Rye or Simmered Frankfurters .
Officer. Seasoned Brussels Sprouts, Yellow with Sauerkraut.

Mrs. Mayfield has been aboard PROTESTANT Cake with Chocolate Icing. SUPPER .. Pan Roast of Beef,

NAS Jax for 12 years and has NAVAL AIR STATION Natural Gravy, Snowflaked Potatoes,
Saturday,August 21 Grilled Potato Cakes, Seasoned Green
served six administrations,
SUNDAY BREAKFAST -- Hot Oatmeal, Fried Beans, Hot Spiced Beets, Dutch Apple
including Cdr. Parks. Eggs to Order, Grilled French Toast Pie.
Before coming here, she Holy Communion-8:30: a.m. at with Maple Syrup,Choice of Luncheon

worked as a secretary for the All Saints Chapel. Church School Meat Potatoes or Pork Assorted Sausage Cake,Hash Browned BREAKFAST Wednesday..,August Cooked 25 Farina,
In Doughnuts.
Veterans Administration -=<1IIHU .F/ @\\ (all ages) 9:30: a.m. at Chapel BRUNCH Fried Eggs to Order, Fried Eggs to Order, Home Fried
Memphis and San Diego. Mrs. Mayfield Annex. Divine Worship 10:30: at Breakfast Meat or Grilled Ham & Potatoes,'Choice of Pork Sausage or
All Saints' Chapel. Cheese sandwiches, French Fried Luncheon Meat, Baked Pork& Beans,
Potatoes, Baked Creamed' Dried Beef, Southern Style
Beans Assorted
Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Cake Doughnuts, Pumpkin Pie. Corn Bread Pecan Rolls.
help_ us help + High) 10:30 a.m. at Chapel An SUPPER Cream of Potato Soup, DINNER. Vegetable Soup, Grilled
nex. Junior and senior youth Southern Style Fried Chicken, Beefsteaks, Mushroom Gravy, Baked
Fellowshi -1:3O at Bldg. 722. Whipped potatoes,CrapberrySauce; Potatoes with Sour Cream, Buttered
p.m.
Seasoned Peas, Hot Spiced Beets, Brussell Sprouts, Cream Styled Corn
Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at Pumpkin Pie. >f" >,, Kernels- Cherry Pie:
small Chapel. SANDWICH LINE .. Grilled
Tuesday fMr Hamburgers and Cheeseburgers.
JAX AIR NEWS Senior Choir-Rehearsal-7 'Sunday,August 22 SUPPER 'v. Barbecued Frank,
p.m BREAKFAST. Hominy Grits, furters or Beef Balls Stroganoff,
at Bldg.750 and Christian Science Chilled Pineapple Juice, Fried Eggs French Fried Potatoes, Buttered
Service 8 p.m. at small Chapel. to Order, Cheese Omelet, Choice of Cauliflower, Seasoned Lima Beans,
NAVALIIOSPITAL Ham or Bacon, Home Fried Potatoes, Cherry Pie.
The JAX AIR NEWS la a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Divine Worship-10 a.m. Assorted Cake. Doughnuts.

distributed each Thursday at the U. S< Naval Air Station NATTC Breakfast BRUNCH Meat Fried or'Eggs Grilled to Order, Thursday,August U
Ham
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Divine Worshlp-11 a.m.. at burgers, French Fried Potatoes, BREAKFAST .. Hot Oatmeal,
private firm. All Copy submitted for use irk the JAX AIR NEWS Bldg. 500. Baked Beans, Assorted Cake ChnledPlums': ,,Frled Eggs to Order,
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs 0//ice. Box Z, NAS Doughnuts, Banana Cream Pie with Grilled French Toast with Maple Hash
Topping. Syrup Choice of Bacon'or Ham
Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday be/ore publication. News CATHOLICSaturday SUPPER Browned Potatoes Iced Coffee Rings.
Split Pea
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items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Mass 5 p.m. at St, Smothered with OnlonsBrown Scup,Gravy Steak, DINNER *. Tomato Rice Soup,
3119. Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass Parsley Buttered Potatoes, Seasoned Grilled Beef. & 'Noodles Parsley
8 a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass Green Beans, Buttered Squash, Boiled Potatoes, Buttered Fresh

"Everything advertised In this publication must be made Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Banana Cream Pie with Topping. Coffee Carrots Rings.SANDWICH, Buttered. Spinach, iced

available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race Friday. 11:30: a.m. Wednesday LINE. Grilled Cheeseor

creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Mass 11:30: a.m. at the Naval Monday.,August 23 Variety Meat Sandwich.

patron. A confirmed violation or ref eetion of this policy of equal ,Hospital chapel', Saturday Eggs BREAKFAST to Order, Hot Blueberry Oatmeal Griddle, Fried Cream SUPPER Gravy.. Southern, Whipped Fried Potatoes Chicken,

opportunities by an advertiser will rcjult'.in';' the refusal to print Confessions"4:15: and 5 p.m. Cakes Maple Syrup Baked Pork & Cranberry Sauce, Bread Dressing,
advertising from that source" NATTC Beans Choice of Pork Sausage or Buttered Mixed Vegetables Boiled
Sunday Mass 9:30: a.m. in Luncheon Meat Assorted Cake Pinto Beans; Iced Coffee Rings.
Doughnuts.
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Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Building 500. DINNER .. CreOle Soup Pan Roast
concerning such should be directed to: of Pork, Brown Gravy Snowflake
Potatoes, Chilled Apple Sauce, The martyred President
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Mexican Corn, Buttered Spinach, Abraham Lincoln handwrote the

4747 San, Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 If you're really pressed to say Blueberry Pie.SANDWICH. historic Gettysburg Address on
tomething nice about hot
Telephone 388.2755 pants, LINE Grilled White House stationery. You can
you can always point out that Hamburgers and Cheeseburgers. of
see the original in the Library
VOL. 29 NO. 22 AUGUST 19, 1971 they don't seem to be damaging Meat SUPPER Sauce Italian Spaghetti with Congress archives. Together with
or Baked
the ecology. (Franklin Jones
in Toasted Cuban Sticks Parmesan the first two drafts of the speech.

Quote) Cheese, Buttered Asparagus Tips (Hy Gardner in Quote)



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xr.t E I Poem I AE Instructor Is i

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The First Long Walt
Sailor of Quarter

-l. Time drifted by at the pace -

Of an aging snail; Jax-AMSl Eugene T. performance and conduct. His
Hours twice have slowly raced
Whitehead, an instructor at the dynamic leadership, dedicationto
Around the hands of the clock
; Aircraft Maintenance Non- duty and his impressive
I sit loneliness in silence,lockedIn contemplatingThe destructive Inspection School, military bearing, linked with his
was selected as Serviceman of reliability and sincerity, are
where I breathe.
the walls the Quarter for the period endingon qualities which have been
June 30. The presentation clearly evident in the conduct of
richness of his kisses
The
ceremony was conducted by his daily duties. They serve as an
Linger solidly on my cheek; Capt. John E. Kennedy in his example for others to follow.
For they are all to cling to been in
has
office August 5. Whitehead AMS1 Whitehead
Until time has seeked
received a NATTC plaque, a the Navy for over 12 years. lie
The path that again leadeth letter of commendation and a was stationed with VWE-6 at
Over the contented plains that certificate for two free meals at Quonset Point, R.I. prior to
breedeth. the Candlelight Restaurant. reporting to NATTC in August
While performing his assigned 1969. He claims his most
He is far over the rushing seas duties as an instructor, Petty remembered tour of duty was
TWO TEENAGED Self-helperi work busily tearing apart the old f I That pity not his mind want Officer Whitehead contributed to when he worked as a metalsmith
Interior of Building 537 which will,be replaced with the more attrative Or home his heart to be; the overall success of the Aircraft for VWE-6 In Antarctica. He is
need of consolation Of his
Nor
decor of the new Teen Club. my Maintenance Nondestructive married to the former Miss
affectionate palm Inspection School program. lie Nancy Carter of Silver Springs,
Filled tender declarationOf achieved improvements and have children
has many Md. they four
Sea bee-Teen Team love and reassurance.I school curriculum.and revisions The to most the Robin, Karen, Carol and Laura.HONDA .

cry in unavailing hope, recent was his addition and
That time will take its flight; subsequent refinement of the
And the will be kind ,
seas
Remodel Bldg. 537Jax To his youthful sight ultrasonics Petty Officer testing course.Whitehead
MOTORS & CYCLES CO.
And how so gentle with his fate constantly strives for perfectionand
For in vain I wish not to wait achievethe 494t BLANDING BLVD.
The building is Club Elizabeth Wright always endeavors to PHONE 7718244It's
standards of
cluttered and dusty right The renovation is a highest possible

now, but it won't be that Seabee self-help project

way for long, thanks to a where both the Seabees

seemingly tireless groupof and the teenagers share

teenagers and the the work. The Seabees will

Seabees. do all electrical and .

Building 537, formerly plumbing work. Fact !

used for NATTC training, The new Teen Club will a
has been abandoned for
be centrally heated and air
almost a year, but it came
conditioned with 4300 feet
back to life Monday of floor A snack bar 1
space.
when PTCM R. A
morning will be installed by the
Amell and of
a group
Navy Exchange.
young helpers began the
process of turning the November 15 is the

building into the new Teen target completion date.

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EditorialMilitary 4 M' SPECIAL SERVICES BLDG.
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Slang i}.: t d. 704 Friday, 8 a.m.: 4:30: p.m., Monday.

Jesus Christ, Superstar Aug. 27
$4, $5, $6Jacksonville
Suns Baseball .
Words DefinedJax General Admission $.50
Colts vs Raiders Football Sept.
116.50
-Every person who enters military-life receives a
free course in a foreign language military jargon.
None of us can survive for long without a working ,[ +S

knowledge of this language. Therefore, as a public !
service to our readers, we present the following
abridged dictionary of popular military terminology:
DUDE: any person who has at least a minute more Complete Line of
time to serve than you do, which makes you feel ex- > PARTS ft SUPPLIES I
tremely self-satisfied. MERITORIOUS PROMOTION-PFC Larenct L Schuftt rtttlvM
congratulations from Lt. Col. Lee E. Blanchard MATSG CO, after ? Special Service Dlicount
LIFER: any person who has already served four being meritoriously promoted to the rank of lance corporal and ) m ParkAvt.l>h.2H-)204 C
years, which makes you extremely jealous. receiving a meritorious mast-all the same day. Schulte received the 7 ORANGE PARK S
SHORT: a state of tranquility found between dudenessand meritorious mast for his work on the MATSG Drill Team while
liferness. achieving fine grades as a AO'A'School student.

FIELD DAY: a group of people doing today what they

didn't tomorrow.do yesterday in hopes of avoiding doing it 19 Hi Inventory ,

SECURE: to stop doing what you didn't know how to
do in the first place, usually the equivalent of an extended
coffee break.

CROW: an obnoxious predatory animal (if you are
below E-4)); or,a noble symbol of freedom (if you are E- A
4 through E-6)).

MUSTER: a fully authorized excuse to stand still
when you should be moving around and working.

ABOUT FACE: to suddenly turn around and head
back in the direction from which you just came. In other 2HAVC' I flMIV FRIDAY-AUGUST I 20th I II
words, to look decisive and confident while completelylost. UULT SATURDAY-AUGUST I 21stf

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free time. ... MAJOR APPLIANCES
LIBERTY: expensively 1&1 .,
WASHERS DRYERS REFRIGERATORS FREEZERS
CHOW: a substance which may be either liquid or > RANGES CONDITIONERS
solid, but is almost invariably gaseous. The substance is % ft HOME ENTERTAINMENT
not referred to as 'food' because there is usually little V* STEREOS TELEVISION (Color&B-W) COMPONENTS

similarity to those qualities necessary for terming it C "LIVING ROOM
such. ., WE GUARANTEE
SOFAS CHAIRS TABLES CARPETING .

SALTY: what you are when you understand these oDINING ROOM
words and haven't taken a shower in two months. DINING ROOM SUITES BREAKFAST SUITES

BEDROOM
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NEWEST CONCEPT 5 t SUMMER ITEMS
PICNICTABLES PATIOPIECES LAWN MOWERS'
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LIVING SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPARTMENTYou
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8 pc. Bunkbed Set Complete 99.95
2 Door Hotpolnt Refrigerator 219.95Norge
Washer '159.95 Quitted Queen Matt.or Box Sp. 39.95
5,000 BTU Fedder Bed Spreads 5.95
,I IIIff Alrcondltloner 99.95 Pillows 1.49BACK
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Chest Freezers From 149.95 SPECIALS
'71 GREMLINThe LIVING ROOM Typewriters 59.95
Student Desk 19.95
Recliner 49.95 Zenith Radio U:95:

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5 pc. Sectional w-end tables 199.95
Table LampsDINING 4.95 5 pc. Redwood Picnic Set 38.88
Gossip Benches 29.95
ROOM 24' Bar Stools 4.95
"Sensibly Priced" Economy Car 5 pc. Dinettes Special 49.98 Walnut Bar with Stools 78.00
7 pc. Dinettes Special ".a8 Eureka Vacuum Cleaner 39."$
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I Supply Employee Is NASA Holds Annual



Civilian of MonthJax : :') : .';..' .:. : Elections MeetingJax

Robert B. Burnett, were ordered and for their ..";,
Condition 'G' Material ManagerIn delivery to NARF. iifiAMH2:;;; ;. Jacksonville Naval every member is needed. Guests
the Control Division of the 'Mr. Burnett's ability to The
": Association (NASA) may be invited, and door prizes
Supply Department, has beel'named \ maintain liaison and good Air Station Meeting to will be awarded. Free refresh-
July's Civilian Employeeof working relations with t the Naval will hold their Annual the ments and plenty of parking will
officers and review past
Air elect
the Month. Rework Facility and
per- be available, and dress will be
August
Mr. Burnett receives all sonnel from ICPs and other year's events on Friday, informal All NASA members
requirements submitted by commands make him an out r"- 27, at 7:30: p.m. in the auditorium are
r encouraged to turn out for this
NARF for repair of 'G' condition standing member of the Supply Robinson of the Peninsular Life Insurance
event to help strengthen the
components and receives all Department.. Building, 645 Riverside Ave.
carcasses to be placed in 'G' lie has held progressively VP-45 This will be a very important Association and benefit the Naval
Top
Air Station.
of
condition for storage. responsible positions in the meeting, and the attendance
He is also responsible for Supply Department since his
matching parts to the specific'G' employment approximately 11 Sailor
condition carcass for which they years ago."

I Promotion Openings Listed Selected

Jax The following Merit tenuously, see your otficiaibulletin
Promotion Announcement has board, or check with the Jax AMH2 Theodore: R.
been published: Employment Office, Extension Robinson has been selected as
3448, or the Rating Branch, Patrol Squadron 45's Sailor of the
Position Title: Clerk, GS-30H Extension 2320, Employment Month for August Cdr.C.F. Cook
For announcements previously Division, Civilian Personnel presented the award to Robinsonin
posted that are open con- Department. his office.
The citation read in part, 'Your

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member of Patrol Squadron 45 is
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performance as Air-
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Entertainment nicely! Quarterdeck Lounge ft Dine' at Biter's Seafood
and consideration for Elvin G. Lightsey Jr., training
Restaurant 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic your standing performance as officerin
Swimming Pool. Free Undercover Parking. shipmates add substantially to officer at NATTC's Aviation charge of Detachment One,
the morale of this command.' Electricians Mate School, stationed with the U. S. Naval
Petty Officer Robinson is a receives a Meritorious Service Support Force in Antarctica.
J4VEMOTOR native of Galveston, Tex., and Medal from Capt. John E.
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I VW-4 Hunts Hurricanes ;11 I Itg


.. Jax The Hurricane Hunters of VW-4 are currently 1 E

engaged in an interagency project aimed at gaining a
better understanding of hurricanes, and hopefully

taming them.
Project Stormfury, the U. S, Government's hurricane I
research and modification program, which began in
1961, will attempt repeated seedings of hurricanes this
season to learn whether the force of these storms can be

diminished. ,
Hurricane damage is caused by wind, rain and

flooding, but primarily by the wind driven storm surge
which sends the sea onto the land. If the wind speed, and
hence the wind force, of hurricanes can be lessened as
they approach land, both deaths and damage may be

reduced.
Since the beginning of this century, the hurricane
death toll has declined markedly as observation, ;
prediction and preparedness have, improved. In the i
decade 1900 through 1909, more than 8000 people were
killed by hurricanes in the United States. Since 1940,
hurricane caused deaths exceeded 500 in only one five

year period 1955 through 1959.
VW-4 has performed' reconnaissance for the U.
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out what is thought by many to be the most dangeroustype
of flying in the world. However, time tested
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hurricane. Dots on the photograph are Interference on the radar t
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I .. .And Tames Them Too I

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procedures and highly trained flight crews have F
reduced the danger to a minimum. In more than 24
years of Navy Hurricane flights in the Atlantic,
Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, VW-4 has lost only one a
plane. That occured in 1955 when a P2V Neptune was
lost with all hands in the Caribbean while penetrating
the eye of hurricane Janet.

With the advent of powerful long.range radar, a new
aircraft was added to the long list of planes making } vF
storm flights. In 1955, the Navy Hurricane Hunters r&2)
received the first of the WC-121N Lockheed Super
Constellations. New techniques were devised, and
weather reconnaissance-underwent a radical change.

Weather techniques, which once took days to acquire, L
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can now be gathered on a single flight. Conditions in a
200,000 square mile area can be observed in one sweep of -p *? _
the radar.
One Navy weather flight can provide information on w :
an area encompassing 1,500,000 square miles.
Although based here at NAS Jax, VW-4 also maintainsa ''i3 rw. w.w... 1 f.fiMttiN -,.
detachment in Puerto Rico during the, hurricane FLIGHT TRACK FOR SEEDING AIRCRAFT, (NOAA PHOTOGRAPH) .
season to provide more wide ranging weather recon-
naissance in Caribbean and Atlantic waters. VW-4 1-i:::::::: :: :: : ;::S;:;:;:x::::::xWtW:: :: ::%::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;;;

returned Saturday from Puerto Rico after making a BuPers TeamJax PUBLIC WEICOMEI' I;j jI
Project Stormfury practice run. They currently fly five
Constellation aircraft in addition to the newest -How can Navy life
super VP-3A Orion. be the improved topic of discussion? This will by be a ALL YOU CAN EAT!
Since aerial hurricane reconnaissance began, more team of Navy represen-
than 671 hurricanes and tropical storms have been in- tatives from BuPers I ,
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VW-4 will make its first seeding run of the 1971 will talk with junior officers ;ti 5:30101:30. $1.00 :::::

Hurricane Season when a tropical storm develops. mands in throughout aviation Com com- : TUESDAY' thru SATURDAYBERKSHIRE ::::
However, the storm must be guaranteed not to hit land FaIrJax area August 23.27
within 24 hours and be at least 50 miles offshore duringthe about improving Navy life. I HOUSE I
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There has been only one hurricane so far, Beth, but Hangar 1000 next : RESTAURANT DELICATESSEN CATERING SERVICE :R:::
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' Marines Hold ,11' Bombing Cecil VA's DerbyNAS in




Field MeetMarine
Cecil.. Nine Light Attack
Squadrons from NAS Cecil Field
Barracks, Cecil Marine Barracks Jax, are to compete in a bombing

Field held a competitivefield second with 107 points derby at PinecasUe Target area
.' f in Ocala National Forest August
meet with teams Marine Barracks Cecil .

from Marine Barracks, Field, placed 3rd with 97 I 17 The through meet 19. will test the

NAS Jax and Marine Air points but won the beer A7Corsair II pilots in strafing,

Training Support Group race demonstrating that dive bombing and minimum

also from NAS Jax. EventsIn alot of practice had gone altitude bombing.A .
the field meet included a into preparing for this readiness and training officer
the staff of the Fleet Air
Pistol Match of War particular event. on
Tug Command noted that the derby
Firemans carry, Hand events are tactics practiced
Grenade Throw, 100 yeard Following the tally of final regularly by Light Attack

dash, Dizzy Izzy Relay, 2 points a Trophy was Squadrons between deployments.He .

mile, relay, rope climb, presented to the winning said, "The derby adds the

circle Throw Out Free-for- team by Major D.A. Marine Competition!11(Young Marine leaps across the finish line as elements of competivenessunltand
indidual
pride.
all, Broad Jump. M-14 Powell, commanding a winner In the recent competition among the local marines. Squadrons set for the meet are

Rifle Assemble Relay anda offficer of Marine VA's 15, 46, 72, 87 and 174. These
Beer Drinking Relay Barracks Cecil Field, Lt. Marine Reserves squadrons will fly the A7B and
-*> Race. Col.! L.W. Blanchard CO of squadron's 12, 66, 81 and 83 will
fly the A7E, the latest version of
Matsg won the meet MATSG accepted the
the Corsair II.
scoring 108 points with Trophy for his command. First To Qualify Unit and individual awards will

be given following the derby.
Attack squadrons 37 and 66 won
NOW. unit honors in the last derby that
.. YOU AND YOUR ABOARD USS IN- carrier qualifications. This was was held in May of this year.This
DEPENDENCECVA62)Thefirst ( ) his first time at 'carquals' since time VA-37 will not be present for
FAMILY CAN REALLY LIVE! Marine Reserve squadronever he qualified aboard the USS Coral this derby as they are presently
tor qualify on an aicraft Sea ten years ago. deployed to the Mediterranean
Prior to his final qualifying
carrier completed its history aboard the USS Saratoga (CVA-
; making qualifications aboard the catpult launch, General Hubbardmet 60.)
r
Independence off the East Coast with Rear Admiral WlliamD.
August 5. Houser, commander of
LLrj The pilots were members of Carrier Division Two. Adm. flight deck and six arrested
t VMA-142 based at Jacksonville, Houser had followed the Marines'performance landings and catapult launches.The .
Fla., and VMA-131 and 133 from on the ship's closed. their
25 men completed
k Alameda, Calif. Also qualifying circuit television system and
t in three
qualification days.
/ in one of the Marine A-4's was the commented 'They're flying a
commanding general of the good, tight pattern, and looking

( Fourth Marine Air Wing, really sharp' \\t!"10;.
'This is dimension in
Brigadier General Jay W. a new
Hubbard. Naval aviation, to have a Marine
'This is the first time a Marine reserve squadron carrier
S reserve squadron has qualifiedon qualified.' the Admiral said. 'And 'If
1 a carrier.' General Hubbard it's particularly impressive when
I said. 'It really feels good to landon you look at the experience level of
a carrier after'aU those field the pilots. Some of them had
fli landings ashore. The ship just never landed on a ship before.'he REAL ESTATE

seems to reach out and grab you continued. FURNITUREANTIQUES
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The skipper of VMA-142, completion of the reservists'
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I published the following week unless the
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publisher Is instructed otherwise. A check or
: money order for the full cost of the ad must be Thursday, ((110 mans).
: received WITH the copy for the ad. NAS: THE HOSPITAL: 'HOW TO FRAME

4747 San Juan Avenue .: RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 and drama Geraldine starring FIGG'

Jacksonville Florida Per additional line (4 words per line) soc mins.)
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Monday,August 23
:
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.M t..QYMENT: 5t'', FOR SALE O'Toole. 'R' G ( ) ( mins.).
_- 2 Bedroom House, Carport, s'': TR l Ns'1 pitTA T'ION Friday, ) HOSPITAL: 'LITTLE MURD.
Breezeway, Utility Room. Approx. 6
miles from Cecil Field or NAS Low r NAS: 'IT'S '
GENERAL OFFICE Interest payments. Call 389.4219. 61 RAMBLER AMERICAN Color musical
Put your office skills to work and earn 4cyllnderR&H Stick $740 Brothers and Ike Tuesday, August 24
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impossible we do Immediately. FIGG' Color 69' i n.
Miracles take a little longer. House 47 CORTINA GT Don Knotts and
household 'HIDDEN
WATERS'
painting repairs minor
appliance repairs, screens, fixtures, Black Creek, Canal or Lake lots speed, R&H, $670ASTRO (103 mins.). Wednesday,August 25
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RET .. swimming. Mobile Home area. Also 6566 Normandy Blvd. THING starring Judy Garland

lots.permanent E.Z Terms.home area.One mile High,E wooded Lake PLYMOUTH-SPORT FURY Ray Bolger. 'G' E ((102
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Men needed to take retail Inventories.
Factory air, 27,000 miles, $1695.00 call NAS: '
Week day evenings, Sat. & Sun., work
after 5:30 .
clean and professional, Approx. 8 12 : p.m. 768.8324.'HPOUTBOARDMOTOR Color comedy HOSPITAL: 'NO BLADE OF

tirs. per week. No exp. necess. We MLS REALTORS Gould and Donald '
train. Reply to: Acreage ...Homes..Trailerlots.
Less than 10 hrs. $225. 771.2582
R.G. I.Inventory Specialists 4653 Highway Ave. 389-5514

1914 Jax.32207BABYSITTER Beachway Rd. WYNNE REALTY of Florida, Inc. 1966 CHEVROLET BELAIR,4 DR WANT ADS SELL!
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WANTEDIn HOUSE-2.$ACRES
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my home, Mon.Frl. One 2 yr. old 11313 Scott Mill Road, Mandarin, Exc Cond. $200 Cdr. Schoeff. Ext.
child. Must have own transportation. Custom Built Home with 2 baths, 2927 or 264.4072.
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Campbell Realty of Jax.lnc. 244.5494. 100 %
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between 9 and 4.30 ask for Mr. GUARANTEE

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NEW RCAAND ZENITH STEREOS 1965 VAILIANT STATION WAGON,. 69 VW Sedan $1795Air
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape FOR RENT .
384.3658.ATLANTIC
Call
players. At dealers cost to liquidate Clean 2 BR unfurn. House at 4609 5590. Conditioned, Radio and Heater, White
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AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE 18 yrs. and up. Free RENT Delivery'A-CAR 387' 69 VW Sedan $1650

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Repairs Reasonable. 2 BR., Apts. furn., or unfurn., Dishwasher
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want, flight Instruction .
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HORSES BOARDED 398.8926 69 VW Fastback $1850Auto
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LAWNS EDGING & MOWING 68 VW Fastback $1495.
Curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We
clean up the mess and leave It neat. Speed, Radio and Heater.
Call Hart, 771.3211 Ext. 8340. 23 Years In Business

69 VW Squareback $2095Air
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College Credits Now AuthorizedFor From the K ELF



CREI Electronics Students

i :fffh / J" .... u .......................
The Capitol Radio Engineering available to higher education. women throughout industry,
Institute (CREI) in Washington, Although CREI students have for government and the military.
D.C., and the New York Instituteof many yean received credit for New York Institute of The U.S.Naval the country build a fleet of new
Technology (NYIT) have their correspondence study innumerous Technology an independent, Institute'sAMualReview ships designed to support
joined In an educational af universities, this is our nonprofit, non sectarian, coeducational of Sea power military needs. The ships should
filiation that enables CREI first formal association that college has more be small in number and modest in
students to obtain college credit offers assurance that such credit than 5,000 students and a 370-() Because most of the new size, but of such character and
for their work. The announcement will be granted to qualified member faculty. The college is commercially successful mer- ready availability as to be able to
of the joint venture students.' chartered by the Board of chant ships being built in this carry most of the burden in the
r. was made recently by Bartley A. CREI students (approximately Regents of the State of New York country may likely become opening stages of an emergency.
Costello president of CREI, and 35,000 at the present time) will and accredited by the Middle military failures, Lane C. Kendall Such ships would need
Alexander E. Schure, presidentof earn credits while completing States Association of Colleges. writing in the U.S. Naval protection, and protection of
NYIT. their studies. Upon graduationthey NYIT has campuses in Old Institute's Naval Review issue of ships is the work of destroyers. In
I Since 1927, CREI has offered may transfer with full Westbury, Long Island, and in its monthly journal, the the same issue Richard F. Cross
# college level programs in credit for their CREI work, to New York City. PROCEEDINGS, advocates that III examines all the destroyers
electronics, entirely through NYIT and continue their studies built world-wide since the end of
l independent study.'The U.mehas either on or off campus. Credits World War II. He observes that
come,' said Dr. Schure, 'when earned by correspondence study DragonCrewmembersHonored the gun planned to go on our new
4 those who cannot for various from CREI may be applied destroyers has'remarkably low
reasons attend a college or toward an associate or bachelor's rate of fire. as well as limited
university must be given the degree. Each student however, elevation.' Perhaps as a result of

; ....., opportunity to pursue their has the option of applying for at Ceremony this, the Canadians and
education through Independent college credit as he completes Australians have chosen a
study and get college credit, assignments in his correspondence competitive Italian weapon,
even qualify for a degree program.A 'suggesting that perhaps the U.S.
According to Costello division of the McGraw-Hill Jax--During awards Cdr. Kish also awarded AMS3 positiorf needs examination.'
president of CREI, 'The affiliation Continuing Education Company, ceremonies held on July 30, R.E. Crocker and AW2 M.A. Mr.Cross further observes that
is based on the idea that CREI offers career oriented Commander Fleet Air Wing Worthington with MeritoriousUnit there 'is a limit to how much
there are alternate avenues home study programs to men and Eleven, Capt. William J. Vaught, Commendations. military value a single ship can
presented awards to the officers Letters of Commendation were have, but increasingly there ,
and men of VP56.Receiving awarded to Lt. LG. Labo for appears to be no limit to a ship's
the Navy Com- outstanding performance while cost. If this trend cannot be
REGENCY TOYOTA mendation medal for his Involvement acting as officer in charge of the sufficiently deflected, there is
as coordinator of the advance detachment during the considerable question as to how
AT REGENCY SQUARE P3C Weapons system demon- squadron's move to Jacksonvilleand long the surface Navy can last'
stration was Lt. Alvin N. Hum- to AWCS W.W. Baldwin for Naval Review 1971. 360 pages.
1 197! TOYOTA COROLLA SEDAN phreys. Capt. Vaught also his outstanding performancewhile Illustrated. Appendixes. $10.00
BRAND NEW & FULL presented the members of Crew 1 acting as leading chief.The Clothbound. $5.00 Softbound
with Navy Achievement Medalsfor final event during the programwas
FACT. EQUIP.fl7JCfk3 .
L w their superior performance the promotion of five officers More Paving
during that demonstration. Theyare to lieutenant. They were
: Lt D.C. Prickett, Lt G.W. Lieutenants P.W. Lablanc, J.S. Gets
Leatherbury, Ltjg( ) J. Garand, McRoberts, N.C. Curry J.J. UnderwayJaxThe
ADJC J.M. Papson AW2 J.F. Catania and A. Thacker. following paving
I Hlrllng. AT1 J.E. Cole, and AW2 The final ceremony was con- schedule has been announced by
( I t J.E. Finkhouse. cluded by words from Cdr. Kish, the Public Works Department:
Following Capt. Vaught's thanking the squadron for a job Portions of Saratoga near the
1445 ArlinttonExprujway 721-3000 presentation, Cdr. Steven E. well done during recent intensive Softball diamond and Franklin
Kish, squadron CO, awarded the ASW operations. near the Air Operations tower
following men with Good Conduct will be paved August 23 and 24
Awards; ADJ2 R.D. Eggleston, Mosquitoes will put more from 7-8
Choose The Career That Offers ADR2 W.O. Seabolt, ADJ2 R.D. clothes on people this summer Every effort p.m. will be made to
t Mckanna and SD3 D.B. Espiritu. than modesty. (Quote) keep traffic moving with the least
'" tcm: The Most Out Of Life! possible inconvenience.

However delays due to weather
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Work will also be beginning on
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II I Prepare 'for Jobs in reierva- along the gutters. This work will
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I AWOL Studies Reveal Reasons WhyWASHINGTONYou I


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may be one's
surprised to know that, whentoday's sider own country or as an out-- punishment as those for actual Possession or the District of in which he is trying to turn
soldiers AWOL in a foreign country. desertion. Columbia can apprehend a himself in. If the United States is
go or
deserts.it is for the same basic current that press accounts indicate AWOL punishments, althoughnot military absentee or deserter. responslble.absentee status ends
that soldiers have things can get pretty grim as severe.still are not to be Sometimes a routine traffic when the persons informs U.S.
reasons the long whether the place is Sweden, treated lightly. They can be as violation can disclose the identity diplomatic personnel he issunending.
for 'going over hilL'Only
given small Canada, Mexico-or the good old severe as a bad conduct of an absentee or deserter and Otherwise, absentee
a percentage
quit USA.
the military scene for political discharge, forfeiture of all pay lead to his apprehension. status cannot end until the persons
or because of sincere and allowances and up to 6 Through a nation-wide deserter arrives at a point where U.S.
reasons Desertion Defined months in jail.Fortunately. information system, maximum authorities have jurisdiction.
anti-Vietnam feelings. Current Articles 85 and 86 of the UCMJ an AWOL of. Information about U.S. military How going AWOL or desertingcan
show that about
statistics only 2.5 make pretty clear what con- fender who has been administratively absentees and deserters is affect federal benefits to
percent of today's AWOLs and stitues AWOL and desertion. which soldier his survivors
designated as a constantly available to the a or
deserters are so motivated. Both are punishable offenses deserter is not automatically military services, civil law en- might otherwise be entitled is
Instead, problems of financial under this code. Further, dismissed from the service with a forcement agencies, and the almost another story in itself.
or family troubles, or earlier Department of Defense Directive discharge under less than Federal Bureau Investigation.
misconduct that led to 1325.2 Don't Jeopardize Your Future
'Desertion and honorable conditions. The soldier Each Service
central
disciplinary action are the real Unauthorized Absenteeism who his operates a The fact of the matter is that
wants to put military Deserter Information Point
motivators the same as they have provides that when an absentee is career back on the right road (DIP) for the control, accountingand dishonorable discharge cancels
been since the beginning of AWOL for eligibility for virtually every
30 consecutive
days or often can do so by personal effort. dissemination of Information
military forces. Study of the more he is adminsitratively Current data indicates that classified deserters benefitotherwisedue the soldier.
on persons as
motivating reasons behind AWOL s classified deserter. Bad conduct and undesirable
a
nearly 11 percent of those who and, as warranted, can discharges jeopardize or cancel
and deserters reveal that con- include in the system persons
benefits too.
,
sultations with the commander, AWOL for less than 30 days. Each many One of the most important
the inlnspector General the Red DIP has a direct connection with Veterans Administration benefts .".'I..

Cross or the Chaplain might have the National Crime Information that can result from military
prevented the problem.Today's Center (NCIC) and updates information service is educational assistanceto

on its absent personnelas complete high school, attend
news coverage may
additional information
create the impression college, take a vocational
tend to opposite
develops or when status changes.In .
certain
or get
but AWOL and training course,
foreign countries, U.S. authorized
other job or
desertion rates now are not ex
attaches and mission
military training. When a
professional
'
cessively higher than might be
chiefs assist U.S. absenteesand
may connected
veteran has a service
under the cir-
expected deserters in to
returning illness he also
Injury or may
cumstances. Over the long haulof
control. When the absentee
military receive medical and dental care.
Vietnam, less than 2 percent of status ends depends on

the 6.7 million persons who saw whether the United States is Having a wife is something like

military service between June directly responsible for the walking in a cow pasture. It

1966 and January 1971 stayed person's presence in the country keeps you on your toes. (Franklin
AWOL long enough to be administratively Jones in Quote)

designated I _.... --e. ....._-- _.. --"_....
deserters. I ... .4.- tl
Fewer persons would take what ./
appears to be an easy way out if TILE

they only knew more about Desertion, of course, must be return to military control after t

possible punishments for extended proved if such charges are made being absent 30 days or more
AWOL or desertion or if when the person returns to were discharged under honorable
they knew how long the stigma of military control. Proved or not, conditions. MovmiswncoMioNautical

these actions can last during however, it is never a helpful r.r Chart 0utrlggtr Nautical Wear __-
their lifetime. Many who .succumb entry to have on one's personal ApprehensionIt VPaintt Flih Boxes .Burg.. Jacket f Z3
to an urge to quit the file. almost always works to the Hardware Skill/ Table Wear IVIMUDI
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Hurricane WatchIf
the hurricane threatens
coastal and inland regions, a
hurricane watch is added to the
advisory, covering a specifiedarea
and duration. A hurricane
watch means that hurricane
conditions are a real possibility;
it does not mean they are im
minent. When a hurricane watch
is issued, everyone in the area
covered by the watch should
listen for further advisories and
be prepared to act quickly if
hurricane warnings are issued.
Hurricane Warning
When hurricane conditionsare
expected within 24 hours, a
hurricane warning is added to
the advisory. Hurricane warn
ings identify coastal areas
where winds of at least 74 miles
per hour are expected to occur.A .
warning may also describe
coastal areas where dangerouslyhigh
water or exceptionallyhigh
waves are forecast, even
though winds may be less than
hurricane force.
Hurricanes are tropical cyclones The hurricanes that strike the 1914. were nearly 1.2 billion, while When the hurricane warning
in which winds reach eastern United States are bornin Since the beginning of this the figure for 1965-69 rose to is issued, all precautions should
speeds of 74 miles per hour or the tropical and subtropical century, the hurricane death more than $2.4 billion be taken immediately. Hurricane
more, and blow in a large spiral North Atlantic Ocean the Car- toll has declined markedly, as warnings are seldom issued
around a relative calm center- ibbean Sea, and the Gulf of observation, prediction, and Hurricane winds 'do muchdamage more than 24 hours in advance.If .
.. the eye of the hurricane., Every Mexico. Most occur in August, preparedness have improved. In but drowning is 'the the hurricane's path is unusual -
year, these violent storms bring September, and October, but the decade 1900 through 1909, greatest cause of hurricane or erratic, the warningsmay
destruction to coastlines and the six-month period from June more than 8000 people were deaths As the storm approaches be issued only a few hours
islands in their erratic path.In 1 to November 30 is consideredthe killed by hurricanes in the and moves across, the before the beginning of hurri
these giant whirlwinds air Atlantic hurricane season. United States. Since 1940, hur- coastline, it brings ,huge waves' cane conditions.
moves in a large, tightening Hurricanes also form along ricane-caused deaths exceeded raising tides, some 15. feet or Enter each hurricane season
spiral around a center of ex the west coast of Mexico and 500 in only one five-year period more above normal. The rise prepared. Every June through
treme low pressure, reaching Central America, but their effects -1955 through 1959. may come rapidly, and produce November, recheck your supplyof
flash floods in coastal lowlands
mAximum velocity in a circular are seldom felt as far
But the decreasing loss of boards, tools batteries, non-
in the form of giant
or may come
"band extending outward 20 or north as California. These
life is mirrored by the perishable foods and other
30 miles from the rim of the threaten shipping and aviation, dung waves-which Arb mistakenly
rising property damage equipment you will need when a
called "tidal waves". Waves
,eye. This circulation is count however, and are watched as the same period. Adjusting hurricane strikes your town.
ter-clockwise: in the Northern carefully as their Atlantic damage totals to the 1957-59 and currents erode beaches ,and When your area is covered bya
Hemisphere, and clockwise in cousins base of the Commerce Depart- barrier islands undermine waterfront hurricane watch, continue normal -
the Southern Hemisphere. Near On averagtsix_ Atlantic hurricanes ment's composite constructioncost structures, and wash ) activities but stay tuned to
the eye, hurricane winds maygust occur per year. However index, hurricanes caused out highway and railroad beds. radio or television for all National
to more than 200 miles per there are significant deviations less than $400 million in dam. The torrential rains produce Weather Service advisor
hour and the entire storm dom from this average. In sudden the ies. Ignore
age during the five-year period flooding; as storm rumors.
inates the ocean surface and 1916 and 1950, 11 hurricaneswere 1925-29, while deaths exceeded moves inland and its winds diminish
lower atmosphere over tens of observed, and no hurricanes 2000. For the five-year period floods constitute the
thousands of square miles. were observed in 1907 and 1960-64, hurricane damages hurricane's greatest threat.

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I 1 VP-5 ComFairTax Softball ChHmn r-I'\UC IJ Lf f


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-0 Jax to become-VP.5 the defeated 1971 ComFairJax VP-451n two Softball games last Champions Friday nIght Mackroth Field by scores of 2.0 and 3 1

Doug allowed Passen only pitched two back to back shutouts out to lead the VP-5 team to its championship.Passen .

struckout 10 In the dSStanSS.tet victory' and allowed only three hits and

by Jerry Clay VanDiver Stewart, the and VP-45 Porky.ga only live hits In the 2iSS5t game but two were solo homers
proved to be all VP-5 to win
man past second base the as VP-45 never got a

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had teams was necessary to decide the championship because VP-45 -
In game in the double elimination tournament
the only run It needed the SW? final revenge for*this earlier loss by downIng VP4530. VP-5 got
Flanigan gave VP.5 A inning when Al I Breaux scored on a sacrifice by harry Bechtel. Phil
VanDiver, who had singled Insurance In front runs of him.In the sixth when he hit a two run homer driving in Clay I (

22-2.VP-5 VP-45 made made their their way':; Kafr, I.by defeating VA-12 by scores of 4.0 and 3.0 and by burying V A-83 .
way to the'championship game by trouncing VP-5617.4 and In
little closer a
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game they defeated A-459 4.ComFairJax .


STREAKING FOR FIRST.
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Dick Pratt of VP-45 Is .I'eon a
close play at first as the VP-5'
fisrtbaseman backhands the ball 0BASS
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2-0 by VPS.fig1.1'REV. .....,
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LIndsey of the ComFairJax
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.
r ".ft' displays the string of bass which
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Junior-Senior GolfJax
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-A Junior-Senior Golf Tournament will be held at the NAS Golf Course on Sunday September5The 4 F
18-hole medal play tournament is open to all active duty military retired and dependents; 10-17
years of age.Entrance 6 h 1
r. fee is$2.00 and scoring and play will consist of alternate shots selective. drives and one-
4 l half of combined handicaps. .' .
.. Anyone Interested may sign up at the Golf Course prior to Septembet 2 and pairing assistance willt
.
t; be available for juniors who don't have a senior partner. .
*" *':,,.,
4 -
St. Boat' '
a f Augustine Trip : .
Jo.' I
I Jax The Jax Navy Power Boat Club is scheduling a boat trip from the NAS Marina to St.' -' :
-
Augustine 21. z
on Saturday August ,
," It will be an all day outing which will depart from the marina at 9 a.m. All military non-members -- '''''- "'"T -
JUNIOR GOLF WINNER5-Tournament Chairman
I .who are interested in the club are also invited to come along. HMCM W. .t
Kelztwjkl stands with the winners of the NAS
lax Junior
-.".Anyone interested may call Oliver Domar 771-4474, BUl Fertig at 772-2947 or John Kilchrist 772- Golf Tour
.. 3538 or 2649373. nament after presenting, them with their trophies. Front Row (LtoR); 1

: .The next regular meeting of the club will be at the marina on September 7 at 7:30 p.m. Paul Ogelsby winner" and David Mullaney runner-up in 10-11 age 1.
.' ...I'I group, Frank Cape winner and Dan Duffy runner-up in 12.13 age
Pistol Initiations .' gro p., Back Row'' (LtoR)* Bruce Houlk winner and David Ogelsby ;

'. :e\1.Jax An organizational meeting was held yesterday for the initiation of Intramural Pistol into the runner-up In 14.15' age group' Kirby Shemmons winner and Mike
Iron Man Program at NAS Jax.Any interested units that were not able to make it to the meeting are George runnerup In 16.17 age group.
asked to in touch with the Athletic Office
b get as soon as possible.
3. When wu the last time

Bowling Rosters Needed I QZI I the that National the Pittsburgh League Pirates pennant won? .t.

4. Against whom did the
Jax-About half of the rosters that are needed to begin the Intramural Bowling season are still not United States recently and suecessfully *
;' in so it has becomo necessary to delay the start of the season for an extra week. Check to see U your 1. Who was the winner of the defend the Davis Cup? '
teams'roster is in and if it isn't please turn it in to the Athletic:Office immediately. first annual Dow-Jones Golf Answers'' I
1. Bobby Nichols, $60,000. l
Tournament and how much did
Track Meet PostponedJax he win? 2. Wayne, NJ., beat 'Camp.
bell, Calif., 20.
-The Track and Field Meet scheduled to be held here at NAS on August 27 has been postponed 2. Who won the 1970 Little 3. 1960. t
until next spring due to lack of Interest.Football. League World Series I ? 4.. West.. _!__ Germany... ,.
Officials Wanted '1
BANKAMERICARDAMERICAN' EXPRESS.STANDARD
.' Jax Officials are still needed for the upcoming Intramural Touch Football season. Anyone. in- MASTERCHARGE Credit. / Cards Henend I
terested in offica,ting is asked to contact Frank McCaffrey at theAthletic Office.. }

Orange Bowl Ticket PackageJax IOOSWIL t MALL s

-The Miami Branch of the U. S. Naval Academy Alumni Association is sponsoring a package :
program for the Navy,Miami football game at the Orange Bowl on Friday October 15.
Regular and reserve officers are invited to participate along with Academy alumni and their

wives. car wash ,
The package deal includes tickets and transportation to the game, hotel reservations and a pre ,
f game buffet and social hour. t.
Cdr.-E.; C. Powell (Ret.) who is coordinating the program, is also offering a bonus game betweenthe ')
Miami Dolphins and the New England Patriots on Sunday October 17.Any officers interested can MONDAY.THRU SATURDAY
contact Cdr.Powell at 11345 S.W. 108th Court, Miami 33156. HOURS: 8:30: AM-5:30PM )
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