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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: September 23, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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CFC Shows 25 % In First WeekJax :.::.:.:::.. o>N 1:?:

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The staff of Commander Fleet Air Wing 11 set the The campaign, which Is the seventh annual combined fund :
pace here at NAS Jax in the first week of the 1971 Combined drive, began September 13 with a kick-off rally. It runs .. "
Federal Campaign, according to reports from 29 of 92 participating through October 22. :.:.. 0.:.;::-
units. Others who exceeded their objectives in the opening weekCo'nFairWing :-:.
11 reported 132 percent of their goal. were: Company B of the 4th Amtrack Bn, (a Jacksonville :::: r.:
Overall, the USS Salinan leads with 245 percent, followed by reserve Marine Unit) with 124 percent; VA-45 with 119 per. :::: .
VA7 from Cecil Field with 154 percent and NamTraDet cent; the USS Paiute with 117 percent and the USS Albany .
Cecil Field with 143 percent with 107 percent. :N::: :: 1.
Close behind were the Airmen of the 679th Radar Squadron Reported from other NAS Jax activities were: SUPSIIIPS
who got 100 percent participation and 120 percent of their Jax with 97 percent; MARTD with 92 percent; NATTC with
goal. 67 percent; VP-56 with 58 percent, VP-45 with 56 percent,
Contributions from reporting activities now total $56,232 Naval Fuel Depot with 38 percent, NAS Jax with 33 percent; I ; I
roughly 25 percent of the $220,000 goal set for this year's NARTU with 23 percent; MATSG with 15 percent and NARF
drive. with 15 percent.

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VOL. 29 NO. 27 SEPTEMBER 23, 1971 :


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Lodges Reduce :: JJ.


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Living ExpenseJaxNavy I I



Lodges, Includingthe sonnel and their dependents R ,
Navy Exchange Guest House traveling on PCS orders. :::: 25 %!::::
here, can greatly reduce out-of- Navy 'Lodges now have ?y, :.:.:: ::::: ::::: ::.::.
proket expense for Navy per- comodations at 44 installations k '
including most major i ', \ f11 i ;; j

in the U.S. and several overseas :.::.: 'SO HELP ::.::.
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NRS Cdr
with still
more planned

construction.These are modern, i s :

accomodatlons that sleep six ,'.. ..:., M''L\,\o .'.
Tours Area, include kitchen facilities
allow PCS travelers and
dependents to make
Jax-RAdm. Joe G. Schoggen, well.in advance.
Commanding Officer of the Navy Also authorized to use
Resale System Office in facilities are active duty personnel
Brooklyn, New York will be not on PCS orders,
visiting NAS Jacksonville next personnel, unremarried widows
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week. dependents of deceased :Fl ,
RAdm. Schoggen will arrive personnel, POW wives
here September 28 to visit and dependents, and official is'H
observe Navy Exchange and and visitors if there are
Commissary facilities at NAS cies after 6 p.m. daily. .. .... \
Jax, Cecil Field and Mayport. New Navy Lodges will be I
Ater visiting in Jacksonville for in the near future at Norfolk
two days, he will go to NTC Little Creek, Newport, DEPLOYMENT Patrol Squadron 16 in Sigonella, Sicily, the .. 0-
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Orlando. London, Bethesda, Officer, Cdr. J.F. Wetzel, discusses his squadron's '
Schoggen was commissioned In Memphis, Pensacola, with Adm. W.F. Bringle, commander in chief of U.S. Naval :::: :-:: .'
the U.S. Naval Reserve in Lemoore, North Island, Europe. As the squadron's guest the admiral toured the \\ f
November 1943 after completing Diego and Almeda. Reservations deployment site. VP-16 is the land-based anti-submarine .. .... '<
Midshipmen School at Notre at the NAS Jax branch of the U.S. Sixth Fleet and coordinates ASW and '
Dame University. He then at- House can be made by missions with fleet units In the Mediterranean. The
tended the Naval Supply Corps Ext. is flying the new DIFAR retro-fitted P-3A (D) patrol plane.
School in Wellsley, Mass.

regular After Navy transferring in 1954 as to LCdr.the 2549.Wave Sailor of The Month I I

he served in the office of
Director, Supply Corps Per- Jax A Wave has been Expediter for Priority Department.
sonnel, Bureau of Supplies and September's Sailor of the at the Aviation She is assigned to the second A
Accounts, Washington, D.C. as AK3 Marsha M. Julian Division of the Supply shift and, because of the skelton
head of Career Planning Branch. force, often meets situations that
On July 1, 1971 he was V. NROTC Dedicated are not normally encountered bya
promoted to RAdm. and orderedto J. third class petty officer
duty as commanding officer of Normally, an AK3 is assignedto l. ,1
the Navy Resale System Office in Jax-TheAssistantSecretary of vice Commission.The a specific area of respon- :
Brooklyn, N.Y. the Navy,James E. Johnson, will new NROTC unit has 45 sibility. However, Petty Officer
be the principal speaker at for Julian works in almost every
students-those handpicked .>> .:*:::.':.<;:'::?$:;:::':>.'$:>.':,:,x;:<
ceremonies today when Florida'sfirst scholarships by the Navy and facet of the Supply Support
Naval Reserve Officer's those who supplement their Center during her work day. WHAT'S INSIDE?
Training Corps unit is officially regular college program at the She has tried to learn every
dedicated at Jacksonville university The 19 Jacksonville aspect of the Supply Support Civilian News Page 5
University.He University students were swornin Center and, according to a letter
is winding up a tour of September 8 by Capt. Maurice from her supervisor recom- Club Schedules Page 2 '
Jacksonville, including a brief Muncie, the commanding officer. mending her for the award, "can
visit here at NAS Jax with be depended upon to see each '
ComFairJax officials lie will be Having successfully competedin task through to completion. Editorials Page 14
on hand for the dedication a nationwide screening processby "Her congenial manner and .)
ceremonies at 11 a.m. the Chief of Naval Personnel, pleasing personality never fail to Menu Page I
Johnson was appointed by these 19 young men will be ap- give a good first impression of the I
President Nixon in June to head pointed as Midshipmen in the department,' he said
I manpower and reserve affairs Naval Reserve. The program For winning the award, AK3 Sports Pages 18, 19
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for the Navy. lie is former vice leads to a commission in the Julian will receive a free trip to
I RAdm. Schoggen chairman of the U.S. Civil Ser- Navy or Marine Corps Reserve. St. Augustine Women's News Page 8 rI



I "Published by the Holt Publishing Company which is in no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained herein are not offlclole.presslons of the :,

Department of the Navy nor do the advertisements constitute Department of the Navy endorsement of products or services advertised"


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Weekly, 1971 Club Schedules -


MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY
September 27 September 28 September 29
September 23 September 24 September 25 September 26 -



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The Ronnie Ronnie The The

Pirates and the and the Beach Dark
Phil Dark
Cay Express
Soul Entry
Soul Cats
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A New Club Jimmy Montgomery
ceyuce1J Royal
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The Threes'; Happy Hour Poor Man's
CPO Tommy'C' The Steak
4:30-6:30: Night
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Royal Blue' Garber
and the A Bob 6-9
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Club Seminoles Crowd Review p.m. $2.00

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Seafood
Luncheon The Bloody Mary's Package italian

Officers Four 35 cents Store
Buffet Night
Beefeaters ti Steak
Open Night
Clubs 11 a.m..4:40: p.m.
Happy Hour 6:30-9
Night : p.m.
Club Club Closed 6':30.9 P.m.
6:30.9 p.m. :30-6:30: :

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Pirates CPO Officers Acey.Ducey Support

Cove Club Club Club eAIL41QI

Monday thru Thur

11 I.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday a Saturday Your

11 I.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 I.m. .
Friday Breaklast Nattc personnel will be served from 5:50.6:30: a.m.; NAS and all
11 I.m. to 2 I.m. I1I.m..l1 p.m. other tenant commands after 6:30.:
Friday L Saturday Tutl..Thur\. Sunday
Lunch Nattc personnel served from 11 to 12 a.m.; NAS and other commandsafter
Saturday 11 I.m. to 1 I.m. Ila.m..lIp.ln. Noon to Midnight 12.
9 I.m. to 2 I.m. Frl.Slt '
11a.m..1a.m. Chub Dinner All personnel served from to 6:15: p.m.
Sunday Monday thru Thur (

9 I.m. to Midnight 11 I.m. to Midnight

Friday September 24BREAKFASTHomlny SUPPER-Beef Pot Rice, Biscuit
Grits, Topping, Braised Spareribs, with
Chilled Grapefruit Juice, Fried Eggsto Sauerkraut, Buttered Egg Noodles,
Order, Minced Beef on. Toast, Fried Hominy, Seasoned Green
4 Uw MIS Lyonnalse Potatoes, Choice of Lun Beans, Pound Cake.Tuesday .
cheon Meat or Pork Sausage,
Carnival Assorted Danish Pastry. September 21

O rn w DINNER-Chicken Noodle Soup, BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, Fried
: Ji Seafood Platter of Fried Shrimp, Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beef
Flounder, Fried Scallops or Sweet & on Toast, Choice of Luncheon Meat or
Scheduled mwPROTESTANT Sour Pork, Steamed Rice, Tartar Pork Sausage, Baked Pork & Beans,
Sauce, Cocktail Sauce, Buttered Assorted Cake Doughnuts.DINNERVegetable .

t, ,,. Whole Kernel Corn, Buttered Peas, Soup, Fried
C! i Yellow Cake with Chocolate Icing. Eggs to Order, Creamed Dried Beef
y 1. i SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Cheeseor on Toast, Choice of Luncheon Meat or
Jax The Fleet Reserve Grilled Hamburgers. Pork Sausage, Baked Pork & Beans,

Association, Branch 91, is SUPPER-Breaded Pork Chops or Assorted Cake Doughnuts.

do having a carnival and NAVAL AIR STATION Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, Brown SANDWICH LINE-Varlety Meat
oo +t o rummage sale at their club Gravy, French Fried Potatoes Sandwich or Grilled Cheese.
. Chilled Apple Sauce, Seasoned Green
W'' u house at 5391 Collins Rd. SUNDAY. Beans, Harvard Beets, Yellow Cake SUPPER-Swiss Steak with Brown
Gravy, Fried Rice,
Boiled
Blackeyed
Saturday from noon until Church School (all ages) 9:15: with Chocolate Icing.Saturday Peas, Buttered Broccoli Spears, Iced

1 C dark. a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine Yellow Layer Cake.Wednesday .
,
?1 The public is invited to Worship 10:30: at All Saints' ,September 25

attend, along with regular Chapel. BREAKFAST-Hot Oatmeal, September 29
Chilled Apricots, Fried Eggs to Order,
Grits, Fried
members and their BREAKFAST-Hominy
guests. Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Grilled Hot Cakes with Maple Syrup, Cakes,
Eggs to Order, Grilled Hot
The event will feature a High) 10:30 a.m. at Chapel An- Choice of Ham or Bacon, Baked Pork with Maple Syrup, Choice of Ham or
L.j cake walk and games of nex. Junior and senior youth & Beans, Creamed Dried Beef, Bacon, Hash Brown Potatoes, Minced
chance for all ages. Lunch Fellowship-l:30p.m.: atBldg. 722. Assorted Cake Doughnuts. Beef, Assorted Cake Doughnuts.
4L-: BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Order, Baked
,
: will be served. DINNER-Beef Rice Soup
Evening Worship-7:30: at Breakfast Meat
wfNe p.m. or Grilled Chicken,Creamed Gravy, Snowflaked
small Chapel. Cheeseburgers, French Fried Potatoes, Cornbread Dressing,
Potatoes,
Tuesday Baked Beans, Assorted Cranberry Sauce, French Fried
Cake
Doughnuts,
Marble
Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Mocha Icing.SUPPER.Navy. Cake with Cauliflower, Buttered Mixed

at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Bean Soup, Vegetables SANDWICH, Blueberry LINE-Grilled Pie. Hamburgers
Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. Yankee Pot Roast Beef Natural
and Cheeseburgers.
OTAX AIR NEWS Gravy, Franconla Potatoes, Fried Beef
NAVAL HOSPITAL Cabbage, Seasoned SUPPER-Chlll Con Crane, or
Lima Beans, Porcupines, Steamed Rice, French
Divine Worship-11 a.m. at Marble Cake with Mocha Icing.
Fried Potatoes, Southern Style
Bldg. 500.
Greens, Buttered Squash, BlueberryPie.

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise' Newspaper CATHOLIC Sunday, 26BREAKFASTuHomlny .

distributed each Thursday at the U S. Naval Air' Station Saturday Mass-5 at St. Grits,
p.m. Chilled
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Order, Tomato Grilled Juice French, Fried Toast Eggs to BREAKFAST-Hot Thursday, September Oatmeal 30 ,

private firm. All Copy submitted for use 'in the JAX AIR NEWS a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Maple Syrup, Choice of Luncheon with Chilled Orange Juice, Fried Eggs to

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Meat or Pork Sausage Hash Browned Order, Cheese Omelet, Choice of
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday be/ore publication. News Friday 11:30 Potatoes, Assorted Cake Doughnuts. Luncheon Meat, or Pork Sausage,
: a.m. Wednesday
BRUNCH-Fried Eggs to Baked Pork & Beans, Yankee Style
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Mass 11:30: a.m. at the Naval Breakfast Meat or Grilled Frank.Order, Corn Bread, Assorted Cake

3119. Hospital Chapel. Saturday furters, French Fried Potatoes, Doughnuts.
Confessions-4l5: and 5p.m. Baked Beans, Apple Pie, Assorted DINNER-Chicken Noodle Soup,
Cake
"Everything advertised 'In this publication must be made Doughnuts. Italian Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, or
NATTC SUPPER-Corn Chowder Ravioli, Pizza Pie, Parmesan Cheese,
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race Baked
Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. in Virginia Ham, Pineapple & Raisin Garlic Toast, Buttered Spinach,
color, national origin' or sex of the purchaser user, or Building 500.Acey. Whipped Potatoes, Candied Sweet, Seasoned Asparagus Tips, PumpkinPie.
A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Potatoes, Boiled Carrots, Seasoned .
by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Brussels Sprouts, Apple Pie. SANDWICH LINE-Chili Dogs, or

g from that source." Ducey Egg Salad Sandwiches.SUPPER..Bralsed .
Monday September 27 Pork Chops
BREAKFAST-Cooked Steamed Rice, Tomato Gravy, Chilled
are solicited by the publisher and queries Slates OpeningJax Chilled Apple, Juice, Fried Eggs Farina to, Apple Sauce, Okra & Tomato Jumbo,

L such should be directed to: Order, Scrambled Eggs with Ham,, Corn on the Cob Pumpkin Pie.
The new Acey Choice of Ham or Bacon,
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Ducey Club is scheduled to Fried Potatoes. Iced Coffee Rings.Cottage
DINNER
San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 open Look next for week.the club's four. Breaded Veal-Knickerbocker Cutlets, Brown Gravy Soup, Optimism is patiently

Telephone 388-2755 with Spanish Rice Polonaise Cauliflower, unraveling a piece of snarled
supplement Buttered
page June
Peas, Pound Cake. string that know won'tbe
we really
15 NO. 27 SEPTEMBER 23, 1971 story and Jax pictures Air News., in nextweek's Hamburger SANDWICH Bun LINE-Sloppy or Grilled Joes Ham on r& long enough anyway.-Lion, 4-

Cheese Sap yviches.I 71 (Quote Magazine)

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23, 1971 JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 3
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Drug Discharges ReviewedJaxSecretary u4



of the Board within 15 years under other than
Defense Melvin R. Laird after the date of the honorable conditions for
recently outlined the discharge. drug use soley because he
policy to be used for the volunteered for treatment
review of administrative Notification Given under the Drug Iden-
discharges issued other tification and Treatment y Q1c
than honorable conditionsto Secretary Laird's Program of the Depart-
persons who used or August 13 memorandum ment of Defense.
possessed drugs. states in part: 'Each
The primary purpose of Secretary is authorized to .
the Secretary'smemorandum issue a discharge under
is to give honorable conditions upon
drug users who received establishment of facts

'Undesirable' dischargesan consistent with policy. ? Don't sleep
service memberswill
opportunity to have Former
their discharges be notified of the J
recharacterized to 'under results of the review. The in
honorable conditions' and Veterans Administrationwill your
also be notified of the
make them eligible to t

receive Veterans medical Administration names members of former whose service c "long handles"

treatment.Ex discharges are
Serviceman's recharacterized.' this winter...
ResponsibilityIt The memorandum said J)
is the responsibility of that the new policy 'shall (
a former service memberto apply to those service t\
request a review of his members whose cases are ;t. : LET US INTRODUCE YOU TO EFFICIENT
administrative dischargeby finalized or in process on EXPERT FURNACE INSPECTION AND
his former Service's or before July 7, 1971'. REPAIR. THIS SERVICE IS ANOTHER FIRST
7 memorandum to FOR CLAY OIL CORPORATION. WE NOW
Discharge Review Board. A July rt,; ;;;;::
of the : TYPES OF HOME AND INDUSTRIAL
During calendar years the Secretaries ,.. ; SERVICE ALL -
1969 and 1970 there were a Military Departments t; '' HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONER
total of 4,152 Undesirable pointed out that: 'Con- UNITS.
Discharges directly at- sistent with guidance from
tributed to drug abuse. the President of the United Call 264-9548
Former service States, it is the policy of
members who received the Department of Defenseto DON'T DELAY CALL US TODAY.
administrative discharges encourage military
under other tl1anhonorable members to submit
conditions themselves voluntarily for Clay Oil Corporation
because of drug use may treatment and
obtain applications for rehabilitation under the 1... '"

review of their dischargefrom Drug Identification and WITH 20 YEARS DEPENDABLE PETROLEUM SERVICE .
personnel offices at Treatment Program of the WMAMIlltalit. ( FOR ORANGE PARK AND ADJACENT CLAY COUNTY AR EAS
all military installations. Department of Defense.'
Application for review This memorandumnoted
must be submitted on DD that a military
Form 293. The forms are member may not be
self-explanatory and in- subject to disciplinaryaction
clude mail addresses. under the Uniform
Applications for review Code of Military Justice or

by the Discharge Review to administrative action Dad Knows Best
Board must be filed with leading to a discharge .


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kr NAS Cecil..In this weeks
Around Cecil column there Is a
variety of achievements. There:

are retirements, promotions, re-
rvt enlistments,and a whole bunch of x
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things.
Ltjg. (Penny L. Jones of VA-
174 was promoted to her current
Ltjg. rank in ceremonies held last
week In the Hellrazor hangar. H
., Miss Jones resides in the
Jacksonville area.
AMH1 W.E. Rocker, also from
the lIellrazor clan, re-enlisted for
four more years last week. I
I PNCM T. Fox has served 8
Rocker years
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privlously and with this four will '
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be headed for double figures. \
I hS PNCM T. Fox of NAS Cecil 1
Admin retired last week during <,

ceremonies held in front of the \ ; .
S Administration building. Chief :

Fox was well known to all as he _
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was Assistant Military Personnel. Earl E. Edenfieldta I
Officer. Chief Fox retired with 20 .:.< it,
years of Naval service.
Earl E. Edenfield boiler plant
operator here at Cecil retired last .t v
week with 18 years service.
j Edenfield Is also a retired y
Navyman, having served in the gf; L
Navy for 23 years. Edenfield

fi. worked his way up through the .
ranks serving as a seaman, '
fireman, Watertender second
class, watertender first class,
chief, and was later selected to %'xe I s YI
Warrant Machinist W01. He
joined the Navy in 1929 and ; i ji
retired In 1953. He then went to
Lila| (Penny) L. Jones <
work at Cecil Field in 1953 and j
retired last week. This gives _. .S c
Learn To FlyIntroductory Edenfield over 41 years Federal ---4V---
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I I Civil Service News J Stanley Civilian Connolly of The MonthJaxStanley Named j


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M. Connolly, be admired.' according to a
Supply Data Assistant at ohe citation recommending him for
r x 11M Aviation Supply Support Division the honor.
.e
ti1 Ir of the Supply Department has 'The maintenance personnelnever
H been named September's Civlian cease to offer favorable I
Employee of the month. comments to Mr. Connolly's :
He is responsible for screeningRFI supervisors on his congenial
and non RFI materials for disposition and devotion to
proper identification and serving his customers.
documents movement of
F material inducted into or 'lie is truly an outstanding
x p! tic f returned from AIMD. employee.'

/ Mr. Connolly is the only civilian Mr. Connolly has spent over 40
Ms in the Screening Section and 'his years in federal service, including j
ability to get along gracefully and 22 years active duty in
lead his military employees is to the Navy,

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t rBENEFICIAL I d nYl v..' y VA Gives Direct Loans I


Jax-The Veterans Ad. veterans in rural areas and small
ministration will sell direct home cities and towns where the Administrator
-- .. .----" ..--- ._--- loans to investors at prices which determines that
they determine to be reasonable private capital is not generally
SUGGESTIONS pay off for Robert L. Huskey and Wallace L. Small as they receive under prevailing conditions in the available.The .
their checks from Capt. Richard C. O'Loughlln, Supply's CO. Huskey and Small suggested new mortgage Industry. direct loan program
method of de-heading metal I drums that has reduced costs 800 percent Before this new law became provides that in designated

effective, no direct loans could be geographical areas where
sold for less than 98 per cent of veterans cannot obtain private
10 Civilians PraisedAt par. In FY.71, the Veterans capital for home mortgages, the
Administration sold $58.4 VA can make the loans directly.
millions worth of direct loans. Also, some 3.6 million veterans
Proceeds from these slates may qualify for direct loans
Supply CeremonyJaxEleven according to the VA ad' because of their location and
ministratorare desposited in the present status. For further in-
'direct loan revolving account' formation contact the nearest VA
and will be available for making office or local veterans service
members of the Irma Spires, Supervisory letter to Mr. Fudge, Capt. 0' direct home loans to eligible organization representative.
Supply Department, includingten Shipment Clerk in the Traffic Loughlin said, 'Your work in the ..
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civilians, were commended Branch of the Material Division, Supply Department was per
Friday by Capt. Richard C. received a letter of appreciationfrom formed with a sense of respon-
O'Loughlin, Supply Officer. the U.S. Army Reserve sibility and devotion to duty
Norma W. Jones, received $25 Training Center for her 'valuableand which has contributed TIIE tf
beneficial suggestion award for courteous assistance' in significantly to the effective
finding a better way to handle handling shipments to the Center. accomplishments of our assigned
and direct incoming telephonecalls LeRoy Mahler and James C. mission.' /EOWSEasWILCOMES
to the 12 employees of the Mauldin received certificatesfrom You can be justly proud of
Traffic Branch. The old methodwas Florida Junior College for having served your country in a i Nautical MPalnta Chart Kutrfgger Fish Boxes Nautical Burgee Jacket Wear*
to either personally call the completing courses at the Collegeof civilian capacity that trts been in Hardware! >Skill t+Table Wear IVIMUOI '
person being telephoned or call Advanced Traffic. keeping with the higL standardsand a Repair Mattrtali Acceiiorlet p Other Goodies
out their name to notify them. William G. Fudge was honoredon traditions of the Supply WET STORAOE MARINE HOISTS ULL ItRVICfYACHT BROKIR ,
Mrs. Jones suggested the in- his retirement after more than Department and the Civil Ser- EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTBOARD. STERN DRIVE, INBOARD
stallation of a system with 25 years of Civil Service. In ab0C vice.' SEE THE NEWEST BOATS. MOTORS CANOES and TRAILERS M

controls at the secretary's desk SEGRAV J7 MARINA
and buzzers at strategic locations
within the office, creating a : ; Corner ROOSEVELT BLVD it ORTEGA RIVER

smoother and more efficient deadl tlO p.4"*"," Jacksonville,IlorifaPltr bmUKIICMf
Mistletoe berries are _
office atmosphere. if eaten. Some other poisonous Ao M Franchhad! Marina Phoot M;4M* OPEN SUNDAY
Robert L. Huskey and WallaceL. plants are: wisteria, iris, lark- r yi .' ."... M HjiV'-f fA- / 4
Small won checks of $94 each spur, narcissus, castor beans,
for suggesting a new method of rosary pea and daffodil. That Line of
the ancient Greeks used hem Complete
de-heading metal drums in the
Disposal Branch of the Material lock for a suicide potion is well PARTSBSUPPLIESSpecial
known. But did know that ...
Division. The de-header you Service Discount .Ii" ,:7: '
the Delaware Indians used
suggested looks and operates likea mountain laurel for the same 1926 Park Ave.Ph.264-3204 r y
giant can opener. It is an easier, purpose? The rhubarb stalk, of ORANGE PARK
faster and safer method of course is safe to eat but the
operations than that formerly rhubarb leases are poisonous. Special
used and has reduced costs: 800 They contain oxalic acid.
I ,
percent.
Charles Beeson is $20 richer for
suggesting that laborers and fork Financingfor
lift operators work under the Pare
supervision of the Receiving vg
J
Section instead of the Labor and li
Equipment Section. As a result, er
the work load in Receiving is
more efficiently scheduled and
completed, providing more ef.
ficient accomplishment of the Service
overall work load.


HARMONYVILLAGE bestof Personnel !

all possibleChecking ,

788 Fruit Cov Road
Accounts II
Restricted Mobile Home /
Development for Adults. Smiles
south of 295 and St. I 1"b S
Rd. 13 and 12 miles from
Malnslde Gate. Buy your
own shady lot with $350. MEMBER I I
down or select a packageunit FDIC 9
of 2 or 3 BR that are on DUVA
display ready to move in. INz
All utilities underground.Ideal .
for retirement. See to 1 MOTORS B T A
appreciate.FOR z /d ri 1616CASSAT HJ& ;j jPh:3876541

ADDITIONAL Iiiiium

INFORMATION ORANGE


CALL 724-4125 US HIGHWAY. 17 PHONE 264 9526 ORANGE PARK
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Hail and Farewell'


Tonight at 0-Club


Jax A 'Hail and Farewell' celebration is slated at the NAS Of.
fleers'Club from 7-8:30: tonight to honor several NAS officers..
Being hailed as newcomers to the air station are:

I ., Cdr. and Mrs. Donald Springer Navy Exchange
LCdr. and Mrs. Robert Dvorak Resources ManagementLCdr.
and Mrs. Robert Johnson AdministrationLCdr.
and Mrs. Richard Cantrell Project TransitionEns.
t .and Mrs.Carolyn Black-Military Personnel Office
h Lt. George Evans Catholic Chaplain
Lt (jg) Dudley Stone Public Works
GySgt. Howells GySgt. Pickens LCol. Rothrock CVY021 and Mrs. William Wilding Food Services
W01 and Mrs. Rodger Leasure Air Operations
Bidding farewell are:
3 MATSG MarinesCommended Cdr. Matthew Ott, the Navy Exchange Officer; CW02 and Mrs.
LaVerne Rogalsky of Food Services; and CW02 Francis West of

I Weapons.


i By COJax Open for your convenience 6 a.m.40p.m.


-Three MATSG Marines Supply Clerk office. D PICK-UP & DELIVERY 'j'

were commended recently by The 21-year-old Marine works o ROAD SERVICED ( )
their commanding officer, Li. LCpl. Rothrock, an ad- with stock records, requisitions; MECHANIC ON DUTY
Col. Lee Blanchard. They are ministration clerk in the com- he is in charge of two gear rooms
LCpl. Robert II. Rothrock III, mand's Supply Office, was givena and often substitutes as a driver.At D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
GySgt. Thomas Howells Jr. and meritorious mast to recognizehis mast, he was especially noted
GySgt. John Pickens. outstanding work In that for devoting much of his off-duty BOB'S OAK HILL
time to update records and


KATHY warehousing Instructor gear.Cited I uni@nSERVICE ) 0


... :; BROWN meritorious CENTER
Also awarded a
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.ra. ) PIANO & SONGSTRESS mast, GySgt. Pickens was cited
.. & Jammes Road 771-9156
JOJrd
'IIf
jl: Monday through Saturday for outstanding work as an AE

.. .:..f!. .-w SUNNY "A"and "B" School instructor at
r 1 ..,.;; country Singing&your western favorite songs NATTC. lie is a recent AE "B"

5:00-1:30 School graduate.He We Offer the Largest Selection of
NN/wNNMNNNM/w/NNw1.Nw wIN nN1wwN1wM
was also cited for his work as

FOR SPECIAL SERVICEMEN RATES tfJpO.-.00 double per occupancy person Team.a member His devotion of MATSG's to off-duty Rifle 24' WIDE Mobile Homes in N. Florida!

Entertainment nitely, Quarterdeck Lounge Dine at Biter's Seafood competitive shooting is, ac- wealSo represent27 Manufactuers of 12'wide models.We .
Restaurant, 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial Phone, Olympic to Lt. Col. Blanchard
cording a
Trade
for
Swimming Pool Free Undercover Parking. Anything
great credit to the Marine Corpsin From Billle/ Goats Most All Models and
the eyes of civilian competitors to Floor Plans IN STOCK'
Battleships!
,as well as MATSG's partin
See US TODAY
the Marine Small Arms I
Corps For complete selection I II
U'thinJAEKSOIWLE Marksmanship Program '
j a ( VA s Bank Savings and Loan
I 1)) f '
Marine llonorman 7'l .o..Long TermFinancing
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GySgt. Howells received a e..L
commendation from LCol. iii ,J
:
Choose The Career That Offers
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.. t cU The Most Out Of Life! School.honorman The of his commendation class at AE "B"was y <. <:to*VH UTAft and CIVIL j DISCOUNTS SERVICE Pro"wel- .

TRAIN FOR A"JET-AGE" CAREER WITH THEAirlines. signed by Capt. John Ken ST. JOHNS MOS'LEHH' M S'
nedy, NATTC's Commanding
officer BACK AT 6263 ROOSEVELT BLVD., OUR ORIGINAL LOCATION

---a", A carter with the airlines offers a
; challenge for young mm and wom -
j. ..1 en. Prepare for jobs in reservations -
.
+' ,. I ..-. operations, ticketing pas-
'\, senftr service, ramp agent etc.
Many company benefits including Still
tr.v.l.Motel. Serving The Military. .

AN INTERESTING CAREER FOR MEN-WOMEN-COUPLES

Management

'f
Tram for stimulating, well-paying
positions as managers, asst. man
agers.,desk clerks, housekeepers,
hotlines. Training includes practical
instruction at school owned
motels.


TRAIN FOR A HIGH-PAYING CAREER AS A

e Heavy Equipment

OperatorLearn \ ill. \iw !U.: ,

to operate cranes,draglines,
[
/\>
pSy ,
clamshells scrapers bulldozers
loaders, trenchers backhoes, etc.
g
t i Earn high annual incomes!


AN EXCELLENT CAREER FOR MEN AND WOMENj1 CHIEF WOODROW "Woody" NANNEYUSN

Insurance
Adjusting
(
RET.)
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needed to settle billions of
11 dollars in claims each year. Excellent
I salary account, company usually car furnished.and expense VIRGINIA BELL REAL ESTATE

Ace..'" "*M,..t..N N S C. 1927 HIGHWAY 17, ORANGE PARK, FLA.

';i1 NATIONWIDE PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE Sales/ Rentals/ Management J
miovto roe VCTIMNS CeO INSIRVICI KRSONNUMul
Coupon Today ot For Immediate Infoiiration' rK.*.i ((90S 441-JJJl
-- -- -- -- YOU ARE INVITED TO CALL OR COME >s
I UNIVERSAL TRAINING SERVICE, Dept. No. BN<0 I IN AND DISCUSS YOUR REAL ESTATE
1901 N.W. 7 Street, Miami Fla.33125 NEEDS.
I mill SINO /iHfOHMinon on '"l TMININC. ,MOCIIM i NIVI CNICMO CHICK CHIT ONE I
1 O Arftmt' 0"l' l',""/C slal''r efnK. Q Ho,,fti.,"'.e1 0,.,,,,, I OFFICE RESIDENCE ANSWER SERVICE
t Q Mtlll lII.ftJ.ftl Q llHWIMf ut/Ift'| t'ti|'t'rN.nr.
I ...... ...., II 264.2488 772.0760'

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AitAIM '. f4
A.] ERNIE GROSE ': TAKE OUT OR DE RS.DIN" G ROOM KNOX ENCO SERYICENTER
PREMIUM eEBR-CHOICE CUT STEAKS
1948 Blanding Boulevard *i- ,ITALIAN ANDWCHES.PAGHETTI( ? PHONE 389.t161 or 388-2423
IPHONE 389-0338 ,. Electronic Wheel Balancing
4- "PIZZA". .
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OUR SPECIALITY!
Automobile :}
Insurance For Everyone '. ,' HOURS; :;--.., I Analyzed Electronically
SAME DAY COVERAGESTATE ; ,4. Sun; Thyrs .4pm n;30 pMY (e?. S&H GREEN STAMPS
? Friday J 4pm 17.Sam
FARM MUTUAL $ II- With AU Purchases4710SANJUANAVENUE
AUTOMOBILE
INSURANCE CO. :>" t Closed Tueaaay4 Saturday .t pm2:"$am r /
Hom.Offlc.: Bloomington, Illinois .
3619 Blandin9 Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 ;;;
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;::. JfRNIGAN'S Fords, SPECIALS, a.. ZENITH.COLOR BLACK ft WHITE
fj.:.,...> TEXACO SERVICE. i J Falcons,Novas Chevys, Plymouths Darts :
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,
(USN Ret.)
: .
;iGst x :. ooe <4 BLVD. pMONE: 771,3013 h "WE tELL THE BEST SERVICE: THE NEaT"
1 .i Orange Park Ph. 264-8661
n
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PHONE 264.920 x MONTHLYSPECIALt Complete Snack Bar-54 Hole Course
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OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION Ii SHRIMP or CHICKEN SATURDAYANDMONDAY


INetd Your Car Ils tcttd1 ALL YOU CAN EAT.FOrOnfy.$1.39 ,. a DOLLAR

RED GREENE'S GARAGEFour Includes French Fries DAY
Miles South 0/NAS Highway J 7-Orange Park >: Colt Slaw and Hush Puppies'
Fast Service-Licensed Inspectors ff: TOP HAT PLAY ALL DAY9AMto4PM

Open 0800-1800 Monday thru Friday I '. DRIVE IN 11 1 _. III
MINOR REPAIRS AVAILABLE PHONE 771-2803 4825 Blanding Blvd. '
I' 2045 BLANDING BOULEVARD PHONE 388-9SS3 I

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OPEN 7 AYS A WEEK m We Welcome BankAmerlcard & Master Charge "Yout Mobile Shopping Con'o,"

-j rtlifcfcfc1103rd }: VOLKSWAGEN Includes All Labor,NEW REPAIR HD Clutch& Pressure SPECIAL Plate ;
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STREET FISH MARKET) ALL SEDANS s4S a
HHJPP BHMMIt '55 to'66 '3895 4a0

'// Swim We Have Ilk .. '678. UP '4895Ij

FISHSHRIMPOYSTERSLOBSTERSCRABMEAT \Q' ..' 'n Air Condo Models : MOBILE HOMES INC
'. F... Y S8 EXTRA r. 737-4366
IH SEASON '':? I"" If > 4118 PHILIPS HWY.
Featuring Specially Prepared j:f Imported ServiCenter I. S070 NORMANDY BLVD. 387-6489
j Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs m (Formerly Roosevelt Mall Pure) Over 150 Mew 2 Used Mobile/ Homes
Y:: :' 6547103rd Si reef Phone 772-0981 447 ROOSEVELT BLVD. Phone 3I7-.7SI1 to choose from

74BLANDING: : !1 : ::::: : 1. '{:;::...:ft'":'" Z.-;: ':" vWtl .:: :. 1. .$J. n ;o .' l.l.Jiil,.'. f!'

OPEN 7 DAYS WEEK..7 AM TO 10 PM

OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHKlE BOULEVARD INSPECTION tl ',. FfrstoNe .I
JIM'THORSBY (USN. Retired,) Mqr.
aid Service t. Tlres-Iltterles-Frolt ENd ServiceIH.NINN.N.NIWNNHNNNNNI.NNNI..NIINHNIIININNNIINN. (Also 20 lb.and 30 lb. washers recommended .r
HONEST, COURTEOUS for rugs, blankets and heavy work clothes)
SERVICE 1 1 1 '. RADIOSTVS'FREE p No Waiting! 5.:

Wt Aim Headlights,Replace Blades Bulbs ._ I ESTIMATES ON BRAKE WORK 40 Top Load Washers tr/: .. i\\
And Windshield Wiper 1 -
t; '
19 30 lb. Dryers /\ .
i/jMile South of Orange Park High 1' \ '" V.:
On Blanding (State Road 21)) -tl 1! .. ....... ,," '1,1, 8024 HERLONG ROAD 71)) '.
JAMES JACKSONU. 1- ., i r" (Next Door to,." Store) i
S. Military Retired Ph.355-4463 ,
i L 5W8 Normandy Blvd. 786-0821 7
264.5343
PHONE
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Q Ii Performance Parts Co. : been waiting for!
;': UICK MILITARY DISCOUNT i!) 10\\\\e\ Brand New 1971 Models
t Prices start at..
HOMES 0 Domestic & Foreignl.pAUTO 1 "'a
1 rdn MOBILE '..' .3695.
a ,
PARTSSTAN I aye
r.\. Discount Center ";f-. GILL V lace\o pae I 111 JIM[,:

',:>.i.ESQ'UIRE CRANOROOKFLEETWOOD 3631 EMERSON Ph. 396.3658 :, \\ '\.-:' "t..
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:./1)f/X'.hf?: j4Z.' S.LANE A VE PHONE 781.$71"; ii'' 6417 ROOSEVELT Ph. 387.4468 8985 Normandy Blvd. phone 786-2375

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; Navy Wives School Report Cautions


I< Begins Night ClassesJaxNext Toy BuyersJax


In the interest of safety
week, night classes for reservations. for the consumer,a children's toy
for the Navy Wives School Ser According to EMI Snippert, a has been classified as hazardous
vice Information School will be career conselor, the night classes merchandise.The .
established. have been condensed from the
Scheduled once a quarter, regular day class curriculum to Army and Air Force
Services have
classes will be conducted from include only the most important Exchange advised
7:30-9:30: : Monday thru Friday in topics. School will be taught by that a dependent child lost an eye
the Education Service Office regular instructors and while playing with a toy
conference room. monitored by Chief Gage and ," described as a rocket launcher
The night classes have been set EMI Snippert.The (Exploratory Probe Launcher)
:'
for those wives who could not .
up ,,,
next day-classes are .-.. The NAS Jacksonville Navy
normally attend day classes. "'
October 18-22, November 1-5, 15- -9. 1 "''IIIIII! Exchange informed us that they
While some have already made
reservations for next week's 19, and November December NEW OFFICERS for the VP-54 Enlisted Wives Club are (I to R) do not carry or stock this item. Be
classes, there's still room fur 10 3. Betty Smith, president; Nancy Laszlo, chaplain Ellen Wyatt, wary, however other Navy
more students. Classes will resume as treasurer; Wilda Robinson, secretary; and Mary Ellen Moses, vice. Exchanges may carry the above
mentioned item.
Notify DPC Norman Gage or scheduled after the Christmas president.
KMlWilliam Snippert at 772-31R1 holiday. wWOMEN
Monday VP-56 Enjoyed Dinner Dance NEEDEDPART
7:30-9:30: Household Good
Tuesday into the treasurer and TIME. WORK
Jax--Getting Wyatt ; Car Necessary Fun 8.Profit
7:30-8:30 8:30-9:30: :: Survivors Housing Referral Benefits swing of things for fall, the Nancy Laszlo, chaplain. 786.0157 or 358.0867

Wednesday VP-56 wives and their Special guests for the $d y
7:30-8:30: : Navy Exchange husbands gathered at the evening were Cdr. and t
8:30-9:30: : Commissary Acey Ducey Club Saturday Mrs. Hugh Fillingane.
Thursday night for a DinnerDancethe -
7:30-8:30: : Pay and Allowances
club's first event since
8:30-9:30: : Navy Wives Club
Friday the squadron's arrival iinun n tin
7:30-8:30: : Film on Marijuana here in July.
8:30-9:00: : Enlisted Promotions The occasion was the MILITARYAUTOMOBILEMILITARY
9:00-9:30: : Graduation installation of the club'snew

Take your baby Officers officers. The gavel
was passed on to the new
CIVILIANLOW
president, Betty Smith -

4iitIta Electedto from outgoing president, C RATES MONTHLY. ..PAYMENT. .PLAN. ...
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Bev Fritz. Mrs. Fritz 'M'A'YP Ri'
to a specialist.
AMERICAN
NAS Jacksonville received a plaque in appreciation
WE MAINTAIN IT Officers Wives! Club has elected for a job well INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE AGENCY
the officers for the
WITH LOVING CARE coming following year done during her administration :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:::::::::::::::::'
with the club "TWO OFFICES TO BETTER SERVE YOU
TOM BUSH Volkswagen President Mrs. R.L. Reynolds
DIJ/IJMAH > Vice President: Mrs W.G. Other officers include: Formerly CONTINENTAL INSURANCE UNDERWRITERS'
$ #
i ;y n' "'Y QG"" tPr Sizemore Mary Moses, vice 6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD 2990 MAYPORT ROAD
9850 Atlantic Blvd. Secretary: Mrs.O.C.Anderson president; Wilda Robin- (Near NAS) (Near NS)
Treasurer: Mrs., A.L.Phillips Phone 388-7676 Phone 249.5649
son, secretary; Ellie
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accident ; \I. .
implementation the latest \ ,
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flying is held by Weather .. I
word is safety.
Reconnaissance 1
And in the Atlantic Fleet Naval (VW-4)) based here Squadron at NAS Four Jax. ( 'I'I' -

Air Force (NavAlrLant), there This squadron of \VC-121
hasn't been a more fitting tributeto Constellations has not had Super
this year's 60th Anniversary of single major mishap since 1957.a
Naval Aviation than the recent
announcement that NavAirLantwon Squadron Records

the Chief of Naval Generally, NavAirLant's best
Operations Readiness Through squadron community records are r
Safety Award for FY71. held byPatrol: -- wf

This: annual award was won (VP) squadrons completing _
locally by VA-81 at NAS Cecil their second full fiscal J
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Field. year free of major accidents;
Accidents Reduced Airborne early warning(VAW)

squadrons flying E-2 aircraft,
Naval Air Force Atlantic en-
with no accidents ; .
the reduction over the entire w,
joyed greatest in
FY 1971
period
aircraft accidents for ;
major any
Air anitsubmarine
fiscal period in the command's 28 (VS) -

year history. Additionally, cident squadrons; with only one ac GETTING THAT PLANE In the air and landing it safely again requires the efforts of all hands. I

NavAirLant's air safety record Reconnaissance (RVAII) Working together, the pilots, alrcrewmen, administrative personnel-the entire force-make Com. 9
was largely responsible for squadrons flying the RA-5C NavAirLant's outstanding air safety record possible.
achieving an all time Navywide
Vigilante, having 300 cent
aviation safety award.A a per from top Navy levels under CNO
better accident rate in the last 12
instruction it features the use of
congratulatory message months than in several previous flight and technical manuals NOW... YOU CAN REALLY LIVE!

from Adm. Elmo R. Zumwalt, years Light; Attack VA based on actual pilot and crew ...IN A FINESELECTION
squadronswith
Chief of Naval experience and manufacturer
Operations
OF HOMES
the A7 Corsair II, which
recognized that the Force guides. The manuals are con
was reduced by one half their numberof STILL AVAILABLE AT...
'...the first major fleet air forceto aircraft accidents. stantly reviewed and updated,
better the long sought major and have been the standard
accident rate goal of 1.0 (one increase Safety .awareness in continues to operating procedure for ElEx.. :IEI:: ,
accident for each ten thousand importance in every NavAirLant activites for the past
echelon of command, and the 3 & 4 BEDROOM
HOMES
hours flown by Navy aircraft.)' results have been improved skill 10 years. ; "

NavAirLant achieved a .98 ac- in carrying out operations. $18,700 $23,000VA

cident rate a reduction of 42.7 Several elements contribute to Adm.Zumwalt cited'a dynamicand and FHA FINANCING ,
cent FY 1970. > >v
per over greater appreciation of safety effective safety program' as
The Force was among seven values. Reminders are circulatedvia a major element in the bringingnew
major commands, including message through the chain of heights of aviation safety to The BELLA1R C-10
Marine forces and training unitson command.The effective handling NavAirLant and the entire Navy.
the east and west coasts, to of operational standowns where lie said that utilization and
compete for the Readiness- all flight operations of an activityare conservation of assets IIand
Through-Safety Award. Of temporarily suspended to '
Atlantic Fleet squadrons and air review safety practices, have professionalism at its best.'
stations, 72 per cent were free of been highly rewarding.

major air accidents. The five NATOPS--The Naval Air VAdm. Robert L. Townsend,
most outstanding units were also Training and Operational Commander Naval Air Force,
selected to receive the award. Procedures Standards program- Atlantic Fleet has high praise for

There are numerous examples has also had considerable impacton his officers and men. 'I realize
of the impact of effective safetyWASHINGTONAmerica's operational safety. Conducted that safety achievements such as

we have just established an only
happen when all hands shoulder
First Astronaut Admiralthe individual responsibilities.' he ""
observed.The $19,750-$21,000 {
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Model C-IO
Apollo 14 Lunar Landing crew Add It all up and you will see why _
this Is so popular model 3 -
and participated in two moon CNO Readiness-Through- a
first in is Rear
man now
ff
space
Bedrooms 2 Baths, large ::
hours. Safety Award is a prize belongingto utility
walks of a little over four
Admiral. long low sweeping line truly a fine i )
Alan B. Shepard received his The only other astronaut Navymen at all levels of home on a modest budget.EKEL. '
promotion in a ceremony August selected for star rank is Brig. command, in every phase of fleet

26 in the Office ofSecretaryof the Gen. James. A. McDivitt an Air aviation for whom safety has : : AJCJEg, I .. ;
become of life.
Force officer. a way
Navy, John Chafee. Sidewalks and Street Lights
Shepard was the first Convenient to Churches, Schools
American to reach outer space. BANKAMERICARDAMERICAN CXPRESS.STANOAROOILMASTERCHARGE and Shopping Centers
On May 5, 1961, in a Mercury Credit CardiROOSEVEIT Honored
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MAU M+roornceld
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5,100 miles an hour. The perfect a Downlown NSe
flight, from lift-off to splash-

down, lasted only 15 minutes I NAfeeLka
during which Shepard talked to
his ground operations control car washMONDAY l1"

center controlling the space
capsule manually.

LastFebruaryshepard becamethe THRU SATURDAY NEAR NAS JAX and CECIL FIELDElELL..A.JR:': : .' .
fifth American to set foot on yr.
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VA-81 Sponsors'Pop Hunters Beware I

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WarnerAttack NAS Cecil..The hunting seasonis It is emphasized that the
upon us and can serve as the number of off-duty injuries from
basis for re-emphasizing the small arms is considered son-
Squadron Eighty One Is Commander Jerry Tuttle,
fundamentals of small arms servative since only those that
the proud sponsor of a Junior Executive Officer, of VA-81 and required medical attention from
Batam Team entered in the Pop of the Warner safety.
promoter Pop
Naval Safety Center records military facility or resulting in a
Warner Football League this in the West Duval Youth
League .
indicated that there were 38 off fatality were reported.The
season. Named the 'Sunlineers'after Association, firmly believes that'Pop'
duty injuries Navy wide, including following actions are
their parent organization, Warner football Is one of 6 fatalities. These ac recommended to continue the
the team is made up of 27 boys the best characrer-builders a boy
cidents occured during the fiscal downward trend in small arms
between the ages of 12 and 14. VA- can experience. lie is taught to t
result of mis mishaps.
of 1971 as a
81 Is the only Fleet Squadron in have a winning attitude, but also year
handling personal small arms 1. Conduct a review of small
the Jacksonville area to sponsora how to experience defeat (a rare and _
during recreational activities. arms safety handling,
Pop Warner Team.FWRNlf happening to the little Sunliners),
where warranted
These mishaps do not Include requalify, ;;
Injuries are a rarity in this intentional woundings or those personnel required to -
league, because we furnish the suicides. Seventeen of the injuries handle or have access to such
kids with the finest equipment Including two of the weapons.
ORE money can buy, and thoroughly fatalities, were the result of 2. Where on-base hunting is
condition them before they even private hunting accidents. This is permitted, review the adequacy Pu
Values! put on the pads. As a matter of a decrease over the fiscal year of of existing control procedures. It w I''
fact,out of boys who participatedlast 1970 accident reports where 50 is recommended that personnelbe
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WHOLE year, there were no Insurance were injured, 2 fatally. However, required in writing to certify
PRICE TQEVERYQNt claims filed the number of fatal injuries rose that they have knowledge of the _
sharply in 1971. local hunting regulations.
... Monday, September 20 the During the same period, 7 3. Ensure that personnel who Tt1
Vt'N Y Sunliners held a drawing for a injuries,one fatal, were reportedas are issued recreational firearms MI
DAY new shotgun, proceeds of which a ,.a a result of mishandling small for off-base hunting are fully ev
went toward uniforms for the r
arms while on duty in non equipped in their use. g7,
little Sunliners. 41. combat situations. No injurieswere Hunting safety is everyone's R I
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HIGH PAY. Work when & where you White DIAMONDS VA FINANCINGNo comedy starring Dean Jones and NAS: 'MEPHISTO WALTZ'
gold wedding set, % ct., new, money down on New Star Mobile
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FEE.NORRELL appraisal 398.1354.WANTED Home. Ask for Ted or Bob. suspense
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396.5371 Cocker Spaniel AKC BUY rtl-eolor/ 3708 Philips Hwy. HOSPITAL: 'SABATA'Saturday

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Barbara
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Impossible we do Immediately. Call 396. 1 PARK DOVES' Color mins.).
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Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern
Miracles take a little longer. House 787."T trailer and Apts. 389.3007. HOSPITAL: 'COLOSSUS'
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painting household repairs, minor ; MOTORCYLE Tuesday, September 28
fixtures, REACESTATCASH \> FOR SALE
repairs screens
appliance : 3 Wheel chopper, For Sale 760712 NAS: 'DIRTY DINGUS
glassetc. Joe Hurwitz, 264-4135 (USN 12 x 45 Mobile Home Fully Furnishedand
RET. extras, $3,000 Call 398.3443 before 69 MA R K 1.390 MAGEE' Color western starring
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PERMANENT. PARTTIMEMen We buy, sell and trade equities. disc brakes. PS, Stereo, AM-FM Kennedy. 'GP' G ((91 mlns.).
needed to take retail Inventories.Week Louise T. Bailey : .' Radio. Mlchelen X radio, Price $2300. HOSPITAL : 'MEPHISTO
771.3605
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day evenings, Sat. & Sun. work Broker : 264.5058.69DODOE'UPER. WALTZ'
clean and professional, Approx 8 12 OWNERS LEAVING 1 .
hrs. per week No exp. necess. We Must sell In CITY BEE'Mallory Wednesday,September 29
a hurry! decorated Ignition, dual
3 exhaust,
(3 CHEVY II NOVA NAS
train. Reply to: DR : THE REVOLUTIONARYColor
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1914 Jax Beachway.32207AUTOMOTIVE Rd. 771.3605 Louise T. Bailey 6566 Normandy Blvd. 41 LTD and Jennifer Salt. 'GP' G ((100

Broker 197012 BELMONT 2 Door Hardtop, Brougham, Int. New mins.).
SERVICE 'HIDDEN WATERS' 3 BR with awning and storage shed tires & shocks, AC PS. PB, R & H, HOSPITAL: 'DIRTY DINGUS
Black Creek, Canal S1675, Bailey, Cecil Field Ext. 442
MANAGERWith or Lake lots $5500 or make a deal 772-3408 or 771 MCGEE'VOLKSWAGEN
GM experience. Must have available. Excellent fishing, boating, 8610.
swimming. Mobile
Home
mechanical background. area. Also

factory procedures. Exc.Knowledgeof benefits permanent home area. High, wooded 15 VALIANT 2.DOOR .. ........................ . . ,
& lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake New sticker, new tag, 6cyl. stick. $440 :: ::::::::::: : :: :: : : : : :..:
pay scale. Apply to Ted Theriault, Asbury on No. 209. La Rue 725.3992. MOTORS i)1: !!!:: :: : .
ASTRO .E.
Fred Davis Buick-Pontiac. 2649535. 6566 Normandy Blvd. ; : f.fJ..S.W.:;:: : :::".S.1.1) :: :


like BABYSITTINGWould to keep child around age 3 3 & 4 BR, NEW 2 baths HOMES, Built.In-Range, ANTIQUE JEEP ; : : '' jNP : '''i2 1
for working mother as companion for Cent. Heat, Prices from $18,300 up. : ,: ; ,
own child. Mrs. Cook, Townsena Kd. FHA or VA Terms.Fast Occupancy 1948 Willy's Sta. Wag 2-WD, wo-
772.7405. Edw. O. Lyon Broker, 781-1422 drive, Engine not running, Paint gone,
body & 72,000 actual .
Purchased
WANTED miles. from orlg. own.
VERY NICE NEIGHBORHOOD
SECRETARIES 3 BR, Home, AC, Kit equip. Screen Make offer, 744-5016. 100 %
Experienced Bank' Help, Full or Part Sunroom & Fenc. yd., $15,000 FHA.
time. Louise T. Bailey
1st Guaranty Bank& Trust Co. 771.3605 Broker tSGTOJJt, GUARANTEE!
1234 Kings St. Cam 4bbl 4spdlow rear end, nice
(between Park & Post) body & Int; chrome rims, $750. 246- .
MLS REALTORS 3242. We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspection.
Acreage ...Homes.,..Trailer lots. Then we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It,
AUTOMOTIVE MECHANICS 4653 Highway Ave. 389.5514 And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all ..
One for American car,one for Foreigncars II' BOAT-CORO NET major| mechanical parts*for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
WYNNE REALTY of Florida Inc.
Good pay scale& benefits. Apply 120 HP, Merc. Cruiser, Inboard, double check.
to Ted Therlvault, Fred Davis Buick. COOKING FOR A NICE HOME Outboard, 52150. 264 6643. ENGINETRANMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
Pontiac, 264-9535.
You must see this lovely 3 BR, I'/j B, ASSEMBLIESBRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
PART TIME JANITORIAL WORKAt W to W carpet, many extras, 1 block 63 DODGE DART
NAS Jax, 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. 3877581. Forrest High School, Priced to sell. Door, 6 cyl. stick.$340ASTROMOTORS
FHA or VA, 5839 Wending Dr. En 70 VW Sedan $1795Yellow

COUPLE WANTED chanted Park. 6566 Normandy Blvd. Speed Transmission, Radio and Heater
For part time work, Days or Eves. LOUISE T. BAILEY
Call for appt 2643365. 771.3605 Broker
70 KAWASAKI 69 VW Sedan $1795Air
350 Exc. cond. 8,000 mi. $525. 264 4793
MISCELCANEOU54GEORGE'S OAK HILL PARK after 5pm.ATLANTIC. Conditioned, Radio and Heater, White
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Large, 3 BR, trl-level. $7,000.$8.000
dwn. $210 mo. LCdr. Murphy,771-3211, 69 VW Sedan $1650Radio
RENT-A-CAR
KENNELSEst. ext 405 or 772.8209, and Free Delivery, 38754 and Heater, Speed, Choice of Colors
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. 18 yrs. up.

Pick up & Delivery Available. HOUSE FOR SALE J 3. ___ 66 VW Sedan $1295
Grooming, Defining & Bathlna.
3 BR, 2 B, Eat.in.Kit., Panel. 22'
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard Fence, Fla Rm. Utilities, Lot 170 x 102. 71 MGM MIDGET oeige, Speed, Air Conditioned, Radio and Heater.
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 $26,000 246.4619. Peal Blue, Tonneau cover Convt. Top,
Edgewood Crt. 389.0064. boot. Wire Wheels, fog lights, Low 68 VW Sedan $1095
BEACH mileage. Must sell, very low equity
BEARADIOORTVANNOUNCER FOR SALE-ATLANTIC assume loan. Contact Mr. Velez, Ext. White, Radio, & Heater
4 BR, 2 B, LR, DR, Kitch. Good util. 3067.
For more Information call 3568351 Fenced $14,200 246.0900 or 246.4619. 69 VW Fastback ?????

any hour. 6S VW SEDAN Factory rebuilt engine with 6,000 mile months guarantee,
Needs a little motor work Only $360 Auto. trans., Air conditioned, R&H, Beige./

NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS ,! : RENTALS 6566 ASTRO Normandy MOTORS Blvd. 68 VW Fastback $1495

Consoles some with! AM-FM, tape
Players. At dealers cost to liquidate FOR SALE Speed, Radio and Heater.
stork. Full warrantyl! Phone 7710409. ORANGE PARK 1969 Volunteer self contained camper.
2 BR., Apts. furn., or unfurn., Dish Sleeps 4, like new and truck. $1750. 69 VW Squareback $2095
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth 771.7397,
Auto AC, Room units, Central Units. Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355. Air Conditioned, Speed.. Diamond Blue, R&H

Repairs.Tyler's Reasonable.Heat and Air Cond. 69 VW Squareback $2195Air

388-5161
__ 4711 Palmer Lake Shore conditioned, New engine, speed, Diamond blue, R&H,
WWT.

Wllford's LIVE CRABS Fish Camp.AND FRESH 2649707.FISH FLY TO FREEPORT 68 VW Squareback $1895Radio

and Heater, Diamond Blue, Air conditioned.
FLYTOWHERETAnywhere GRAND BAHAMAS

you want, flight Instruction WE ALSO HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF

781.2636. or charter. Call Dick or Bill HOLIDAY SPECIALAIR GOOD, CLEAN IMPORTED COMPACTS AND

DOMESTIC AUTOMOBILES.urn. .

LAWNS EDGING & MOWING TRANSPORTATION $2995 .. : ..--
Curbs, We -
sidewalk and driveways.
clean up the mess and leave It neat. LUNCH GUIDED TOURS
Call Hart, 771.3211 Ext. 8340. OPTION PLAN $3.00 Departure Fee WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN


HORSES BOARDED Flights Leave Jax, 8 a.m., Oct. 2 and Oct. 16
Pony and donkey rides, Lazy F Call
Ranch, 5922 Shlndler Drive. 772.8862 For Information, reservations DSC.

GAS APT. STOVE VIRGINIA E. BELL, Realtor ,

Magic Chef, pilot /lite & Broiler, 1150 LANE AVE. SO, PHONE 7t.$5N
Almost new. $50. 7711279. 2642488or
OPEN DAILY11 TO8:30( .SATURDAY11 TO$'

THINGS FOR SALE 356.2462 (Answering Service) SUNDAY TOE PMSEPTEMBER
Will buy treasure or unusual Items
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I. Veterans Can Get JobsJaxThe


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chances of military In addition to physical handicaps educational assistance and more
veterans getting a job in societyare a number of veterans than a million and a half actually
very high despite a tight job overcame seemingly Insurmountable entered one of the many
: market for college graduates. educational educational programs that q
The Veterans Administrationbases handicaps to achieve their qualify veterans for assistance.
this fact on handicaps that personal goals.
some veteran students overcameto Uner the VA program more These include colleges and
reach their educational goals.A than a million students were in universities, schools, below 1 1 [ c f V II f r {
former halfback graduatedfrom training last spring. More than college level, on the job training, c; ) rpv'1
Xavier University In two million of the five million farm training, flight training and
Louisiana after his spine was Vietnam veterans now in civil life special programs for
severed in a Vietnam helicopter have filed applications for educationally disadvantaged.
crash.

yet Two both veterans were blind.earned degrees, YNC Renforth AwardedCommendation '

One man who has lost the use of
his legs, earned his master's MedalJaxYNC
from Inter-American University SF
j at Ramey Air Force Base, P.R. --:1. :
',' while his wife and three children Howard Renforth, manding officer.He _
i' were in college.All who is assigned to the Project was cited for meritorious
of these veterans went to Transition staff, has been service in the office of the U.S.
.
school under Veterans Administration awarded the Joint Service National Military Representativeto
educational Commendation Medal by Capt. the Supreme Headquaters,

programs. John Kincaid, station com- Allied Powers, Europe in ...--..
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Belgium. He was assinged there
from July 1967 until July 1971. DISTINGUISHED SERVICE-MSgt. Herbert Cooke of the 679th
Radar Squadron is presented the Air Force Meritorious Service Medal
\LK'S.W: i\( ,ENINSIJR.ANC'E. BuPers Centralizes by his commanding officer, Mal.| Kenneth Tevebaugtyat a retirement
ceremony. MSgt. Cooke is ending a 21-year career. He was awardedfor
: Some RatingsJax distlnquished service as the noncommissioned officer-in-charge
of the squadron's maintenance section.Experienced in digital data
As of Oct. 31, 1971 the processing equipment became a direct asset to the squadron's
below listed rates will come electronics programs. He is retiring with his wife and three children to
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medical and uninsured motorists. Comprehensive, $100 With this new centralized Helps >
deductible Collision and Road service. detailing all rated and designated i ,
Above coverage on'69 VW SEDAN. SU1' ANNUALLYAbove personnel serving in any of the '
f coverage on '*? CHEVY IMPALA. $185 ANNUALLY rates listed who do not have a POW-MIA Families a*:: "
r duty preference card on file, will !;J
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN complete one and forward it to
Chief of Naval Personnel not Jax-Jax Navy Federal Shopping Center office or
later than Oct. 15. Credit Union will be by telephone at 3841391.
INC. This card is
duty preference assisting the Prisoner of Families may also
important to your future duty
Phone 781-5511 1150 Lane Avenue, So. assignments. War-Missing in Action contact either of the Navy
Public Affairs Office to aid Recruiting Branch

families of POWs and stations in Jacksonville "

MIAs with some of their

problems.By working. with the Are You

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wetness
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financial counseling and proud of it?
budgeting assistance. In Why not join the Irish

without using any water.And addition, the credit union Club If here you at are NAS interested Jax.

will provide consumer contact Veronica Hen-

he actually got a smooth, Slowly it seeps moisture into your loans and will help derson at 384-2530.
clean shave. beard and holds it there for as long as families establish savings

The reason he got such a clean it takes you to shave. programs. '\ I .,.
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I iea T S Cross. : There When You Need Them I

yule"" American n Red Crone ;;-is emergency. As quickly as a Red Cross office here would only -
verfication makes easier when
Red
can be made Cross Branch handles is things ser-
part of the integral there have
to
are times when families type out an advance safety classes and lectures vicemen know about the Red
for the do I
organization AmericanRed not
then dial the
know who to message phone Cross' Why not find out for
Cross serving the nation's contact in an number of a receiving TWIX As Mr. Armstrong said, 'It ?
emergency. yourself
armed forces and veterans. Armstrong According to Mr. station to send a message. ..
-
'most -
The field director of this branchis actually know families do not Another service of the Red
Douglas A. Armstrong. naval bases in which of the three Cross is counseling In family
Working with him are two staff relative is this area their matters, along wlthG!&Veterans -
members, two secretaries, an An attached to.' benefits. ,
assistant field director and a time-consuming easy way to avoid such Once again, the ARC is the link '
secretary from the sub branch at make situations is to when there's a breakdown in I. ,
Cecil Field. sure your family knows communication between the
These Red Cross workers havea Naval your rank base, service number, what serviceman and family. This r

24-hour-a-day responsibility to and the you're attached to usually occurs when a ser //
Navy personnel in emergency departmental viceman doesn't communicate in
organization.
situations, counseling and safety will aid These easy steps any form with his family. The 7,
the F
Red
Cross in finding Red Cross 1A
classes. All these services are you when helps by reestablishing
an emergency does communications
rendered with volunteer con- occur. and counselingon

tributions only, no funds are As part of the family matters.
alloted from the U.S. Government service, the ARC emergency will provide leave The ARC also counsels ser
Funds to support this non financial assistance for the vicemen on Veterans and GI i
profit organization come from serviceman in some cases. The benefits. If the NAS Jax branchdoesn't 't Y't
the combined Federal Campaign. monetary expenses include air have an answer, they \1'k
Perhaps the one question the travel to and from and if needed have the Jacksonville Red Cross
serviceman ask most is, 'What maintenance expenses. Theseare Chapter, the Red Cross home .
does the Red Cross do for .: "
me? non-interest loans and are chapter and the Veterans Administration
The American Red Cross actsas repayed according to the ser- office all ready to "
a middle man in emergencies.That viceman's give advice.
ability to avoid a MANY LONG HOURS are spent by Red Cross workers, such as Mrs.
istheygive a verification of
financial The last service the
hardship.A NAS Jax Wanda I
emergency leave, which can be new innovation that speedsup Schivey, who Is verifying cases involving servicemen.

initated by the family, ser- the Red Cross operation of
viceman or the commandingofficer. communication is
the TWIX, a
teletype machine that uses Right now you're 10 minutes
The ARC can verify an Western Union lines as a means only away
emergency case involving to send and receive. All that is
assessment of the situation, needed is another TWIX on the from Jacksonville's biggest apartment bargain.
whether it is in fact
an end of the line. For example, the

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shuffleboard and badminton. LJ With Phone: 711-3818
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All only one .block from golf and an Mon. thru Sat. 8:306:00: : Sun. 1.6:00:
elementary school with other schools, shopping .
DIRECTIONS:Out Rootfelt Blvo.,
centers and boating minutes away. You
can get to Cecil Field or the Naval Air Station r s } turn right on San Juan-Continue past
r w Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road
in 10 minutes; Jacksonville in 15.
-turn left to apartments.
tg Q Apartments have individually controlled
heating and air conditioning, carpeting, -
draperies, and sliding glass door to courtyard
or balcony. 0 And you move Into a 1 or 2 s a
apartment today Furnished or un ,,,
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TWIX relay system is one of NAS
Jax Red Cross secretaries, Mrs.
Sarah Padgett, while the Field

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Reader Survey Club Overcomes I


?Ax Proves Fruitful /
AI/t NdWf Hour of Darkness



Jax-'It got real silent everyone into operation were not tested.
Jax-'Stop printing this ran third In the 'always staff. seemed to take a deep breath. Tommy Marshall, who was on
Then it beautiful.' with the Shore Patrol,
was duty gave
trash and the time and read' column. Obviously, we can't
put That's the way Gordon Doyle, the band much of the credit for
money to better use!' Our least popular items know what everyone Is one of the duty hosts at the keeping the crowd under control.
'This paper Is the first were the church schedule, doing and many good Pirates Cove, described what it When the lights went out,
one I have enjoyed menu, women's club news, stories go unnoticed. was like when the club was Nancy Kay, drummer for the
reading. Keep up the good movie schedule and individual That's where you come in. suddenly plunged into darknesslast Australian Vamps, kept right on
work.' shipovers. If your unit or commandIs Thursday night at the heightof ploying as if nothing had hap
the evening rush. pened.
These comments show Feature stories on units doing something that The situation could have been Though the lights were out for
the wide spectrum of and commands were the you feel the Navy com far less'beautiful' had it not been almost an hour at the club, only
reactions to the Jax Air type of article our readers munity should know about, for the staff at the club, a female one incident of violence marredthe
News Reader Survey. most often said they would give us a call at 3118 or drummer and,most of all, the 400 blackout.Soon after the lights

There Is one thing we can like to see included in 3119. We can't guaranteethat patrons. went out, a patron was struck
Within five minutes after the
over the eye with a cane when he
be certain of, however. greater numbers. the story will be power went off, the Pirates Cove refused to hand over his wallet.
Our 'average' reader Is the What are we going to do covered, but you can bet staff had candles and flash lights It is not this single irrespon
37 year-old serviceman. about It? we'll do our best. throughout the building to sible act that will be remem

r- Photos and cartoons lead Much of what Is found In Likewise, If you see provide emergency lighting and bered, we hope.
had member of the Shore Patrol
a
The overwhelming majority
the popularity contest. the Jax Air News dependson something In our paper each
cash
standing by register to chose to remain quite and
Civil service news, you. There are more that Impresses you prevent any theft attempts; that peaceful-and the majority ruled.
promotion opportunitiesand than 40 different commands (whether the impression Is might arise.Thankfully. That's the way it should be.
pin-ups tied for here at NAS Jax. good or bad) let us know the precautions put

second, and our editorials We have five people on our about It.
The Jax Air News is I Family Night At Galley One I\

your paper-and it will be
I what you make It. Jax This month's Family Night feature at Galley One will be a
Our Yankee Meal. Reservations for dinner, which will be served Wed
( REE 1)OM9 nesday night from 4-6:30: p.m., must be in no later than Monday. Call.
l ) Ext. 3302 or 3257.
fj fouNnAtloNENtRIES Prices are:55: cents for enlistees on ComRats, 65 cents for adult
$119 Noon Buffet ,,. guests 13 years and older,and 30 cents for children 12 years old or less.



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Statistics prove that I Creamy, readytoeat -
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 15


U-PIC-UM NAS GridGuesser NAS FootballIn
BALLOT'NAME
'Yr.fli'
Scores ...ri!.';; '".'I. Full SwingNational

U-Pic-Um WinJax

There were a couple of League
RANK OR TITLE AGE
PHONE upsets last week on our U-Pick -
Um ballot but they didn't throw Won Lost
DUTY STATION SERVICE Walter W. Fenley from NARF as w "y 'r Y ,
NUMBER._.__ he became the first winner in this Alley Cats 8 0
(This week's games) years U-Pick-Um contest. Radar 17 10 2
Due Fives
/ 5
Fenley missed only one game
where he Commodores 7 5
LSU picked Northwesternover
WISCONSIN Notre Dame for a 10 1 Trainers 7 5
score. He was the only entrant
PURDUE NOTRE DAME out of 65 who missed one game.
San Diego's big upset over
ARMY GEORGIA TPTU. Kansas City and Mississippi Atlantic League
State's upset over Florida threw
his competitors off. Won Lost
FLORIDAALABAMA
Fenley, a native of Texas, has
been at the Weapons Division of Good and Bad 9 3
TEXAS rE TECH NARF for about 10 months. Nay Bowlers No. 1 9 3
Recently retired from the Air VR-M 8 4
Force he AIMD No.2 8 4
COLORADO now lives In Jacksonville
OHIO
STATE__ GEMS 7 5
with his wifeMaryand a son age

USC .ILLINOIS 13.When asked about his picks of :
San Diego and Mississippi State
AUBURN TENNESSEE* he said "It was just luck." Continental League


ATLANTA LOS ANGELES A 1Y TEAM.i i I II I Won Lost

Chokers 7 1
OAKLAND SAN DIEGO Pin Busters 10 2
Quacks 8 4
Wilk Ones 7 5
U-Pic-Um Winner Hospital 6 6
Tie Breaker: predict final score on game between Auburn and
Tennessee.Indicate winners in other games by a check mark. -
Ballot boxes at NAS and Cecil Field are located atGalleyOne and at
the Navy Exchange near the Layaway counter. Ballots
must be in by S'S p. en reC-erlas
noon Friday each week or they won't be picked up.GOOD LUCK!II Blandmg Boulevard
I House of Quality Foods Cedar Hills Shopping Center
Phone 19223

Every FRIDAY Night is
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However, these troops
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WALL TO WALL CARPETING in getting into the j.
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Navy Marine I I I+I+I I I I I I '+I I I+I I I I NATTC Gridiron



Bowling WON Scores LOST Jax Sports BriefsTee Filled With ActionThe


US 13 3 ; : .{ ,t J... ..1..tK'frtd'1'1--1'11'Ii'd-'I'I'I'1'I
Ardsleys 10 6 second week of NATTC's Intramural Football Season proved to
;. Good and Bad 10 6 Tee Off TomorrowJax be twice as exciting as the first With one game under each team's
. Mets 10 6 -All Interested golfers eligible to represent NAS JAX having a belt, they were more experienced and had a stronger desire to win.
: A IB'No. l 8 8 handicap of six or less and who wish to participate as members of the One of Tuesday's games ended in a,1-0) score,the Redskins defeating
Sandbaggers 7 9 NAS Jax Golf Team are requested to report to the Golf Course Friday the Vikings in overtime. The second game saw a lone touchdown pin
7 Guns 7 9 September 24th at 1200, ready to play 18 holes. For additional information the Eagles, as the Giants scored in the last quarter of the game.
Nav.Mars 6 10 contact the athletic office at Ext. 3239. Harms was credited with the TD effort.
Spots 5 11 Four strong teams were paired in Wednesday's action. The Colts,
AO'B'No.2 4 12 Boat Club MeetsJax thanks to touchdown performances by Walker and Swain, appeared to
be towards victory. However, the Chargers were also
heading a
The next meeting of the Jax Navy Power Boat Club will be
Swim Classes Flake and Grimm of the Chargers contributed two
having a day.
held October 5 at 8 p.m. at the NAS Marina. Plans will be made at the
touchdowns and the out of reach with successfultwo
Harper put game a
meeting for the next outing.
HereNAS *point play and a safety.Final score: Chargers 16,Colts 14.
Begin
Fifteen persons attended the Power Boat Club's outing last
The female on the South field to cheer the
mystique was present
Saturday to Camp Blanding. Anyone interested in joining the club is
Jacksonville Special Raiders to 14-12 the Jets. Flottman and Gibbons of the
a victory over
reminded that don't need a boat to join. If are interested call
Services is offering fall and you you Raiders each scored touchdowns and combined talents for a decisive
Capt.Jack Bower at 3313 or John Kilchrist tat 3538 or 264-9373.
winter swim classes for depen- two point play. Mcllgrafe and Lawrence scored for the Jets in the
dent children ages four and over. Junior Swim Medalist loosing effort.Thursday .
Classes meet Tuesday and Jax Twelve year old Patti Milewski represented the Navy Jax afternoon proved to be a victorious day for the Lions and
Thursday evenings, beginning SwimTeam September 4th, 5th and 6th at the Junior Olympics in St. Redskins,and an agonizing day of defeat for their foes
.. October 5.Register. Petersburg and brought back two first place medals and a second
for these classes at place medal. The Lions roared their way over the Vikings, defeating them by a
Building 704, Room 105, Monday Patti won first place in the 100 yard backstroke with a time of 1:09.5: score of 14-. Scoring for the Lions was by Donner and Bartley. The
through Friday from 8 a.m. to first place in the 200 yard IM with a time of 2:29.3: and second place in Vikings lone score was a 6-pointer by Johnson scored in the first half.
4:30: p.m. There is a $3.00 the 100_yard free with a time of 1:00.0.: In the second game the Redskins scalped the Rams with a one sided
registration fee for each student score of 22-6. Farley, Pritchett and Husign scored for the Redskins,
and registration by telephone will Fall Tennis UnderwayJax with plenty of help from their fellow teammates. The only score for

not be accepted. The 1971 Fall Intramural Tennis League got underway this the Rams came early in the first half on a touchdown play by Powe...
Claases are limited so register week with nine teams in
early. from competition.Entered in the league are teams .......e..e..e...e.........................
Hospital, NATTC, NARJAX, Medical, MARTD, VP-5, VP-45, .
FICEUR and VW-4.
The rest of this week's schedule matches against Medical today and Top Priority
The only time most of us would VP-45 vs VW-4 tomorrow.All matches are played at3:30: p.m.
want to be president is around the Intramural Bowling TeamJax Anything more important
first of the month when we would : than your family's future? :
like to veto a few bills-Anna The scores seem to get higher every week in Intramural : .. Put first things first with :
Herbert. Bowling as Llnsenmayer of the Radar 17 team in the National League '
rolled a big 263 for a 640 series and close behind him were L. Swain of common sense life
Rose's Raiders in the Atlantic League with a 256 for a 618 series and ".r ,- Insurance. Call me today.
CLIPPER/ *VERLIHE/ / Norcross of the Flap Jax team with a 243-603 series. '. I

T-CRAFT Others who just missed the 600 plateau were Calande of the DragonsNo. ALVAUGHN
MERCRUISER 1 team with a 210.594 and C. Nelson of the VP-45 team with a 221- Lt., USN (Retj) :

4 STERNDRIVES 594. 353-6552--772-0863 :

MERCURY Touch Football In ActionJax rI J)
1
II< OUTBOARDS 0 Metropolitan Life
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'-jr.-,''':''(?!i H' In Intramural Touch In other games last week
New York, N. Y
EXPERT 1,1 Football action last week NAR Marine' Barracks downed .
REPAIR JAX defeated VW4. 32-0 as ComFalrJax 22-8 as Forney : We sell life insurance. ::
SHOP :; Williams scored three touchdowns scored two touchdowns and a But our business is life. :
TRAINED FACTORY ;;:;: and a point after attemptand point after attempt for the ..........................e............e............ '
MECHANICS 1- Stapp scored the other TD for winners The Mad Foxes won a
b : the winners. close one with the Bees 14. 12 and :;: : : : : ; :
MARTD and VP-45 also the Dragons won 1 .0 over MATSG,
264.9835 recorded shutouts last week with In Gridiron play last Monday r Green Cove ; 1 11I
Communications going down to the Dragons continued their Springs
INLET MARINE MARTD 2 to VP-45 8-0. Cameron, Gates and straight shutout 6 0 over 1I
Soles & Service Fischer scored TD's for MARTD FICEUR MATSG came back :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::...
j Hwy 17 Orange Park while Leon Tempel scored VP- after losing their first game of the
1 45's only TD. season to win 12.6 over Hospital.

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