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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: October 7, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Jax The Nas Jax Petty Officer's Mess (Open) was officially opened at a dedication h
ceremony Friday afternoon. p
Hancock HallDedicated The $650,000 facility is named in memory of HM2 E. Scott Hancock, a posthumous ,
recipient of the Navy Cross who lost his life trying to save a wounded Marine in Vietnam.
Honored guests at the dedication were members of Hancock's family, including his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hancock, both retired Navy lieutenant commanders; and
Sgt. Robert Hancock,a brother stationed at Albany,Ga.

Sgt. Hancock's wife broke the traditional bottle at the ceremony (Above left), Barbara
Howard,president of the Jax Navy Wives Club,helped her husband,B.J. Howard,presidentof
the club advisory board,with the ribbon cutting (Above Center),
Dedication speakers were Capt. John R. Kincaid, NAS Jax CO, and Capt. Vernon L.
(Open to All Petty Officers) Micheel,chief of staff for RAdm. Lawrence Geis,Commander of Fleet Air Jacksonville.
4 Jerry Gardner (Above Right), owner of the Nelson Construction Company, received a
Letter of Appreciation from Capt. Kincaid for the company's efforts in building the facility.





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VOL. 29 NO. 29 U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA OCTOBER 7:1971:

the first time since
1968'the Battle 'E' Pennant is wf
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" ,..w flying den in over Hangar the Mad 1000. Foxes home New Crows At NAS Jax

.. The highly coveted 'E' Award .
.was officially presented to Patrol

Squadron VAdm.Five Robert Tuesday L. Townsend morningby Set To Try Their WingsJax

commander of Naval Air Forces,
Atlantic.Cdr. George Barker, the
accepted the -Advancements were the order of the day around NAS early this week,but by the twinge in the
squadron skipper, .
award during an early morning pocketbook,it was quite evident rates are getting tighter.
inspection at the Hangar. Very few Navy men and women were actually advanced to make the increments in November,
December and January.Many others,while advanced,will be classed as'Selectees'-to be advanced
The Battle Efficiency "E" is a upon notification after January.The .

highly competitive award in the ____Advancement__._n___.._.__reports thus far come from NAS and VP'45:
Navy. This year it singled VP-5 I
out of all East Coast t November 1
competing Steven Long AC3; George McAdams AC3 and John Hoffman ASM3.
units, ships, squadrons or Dennis Connors AC2; Evelyn Durant AI1;Mark Papke AC3; Edmon Pierce
commands as the superior AZ2; Cynthia Freeman J01 Clyde AC3; Maria Pogorelow YN2; Charles Selectees
combat ready outfit during the Bumke ASM2; Manuel Mabanta DK3; Sander AC2; Gene Stevens AC2 and
Grady Marr ASM2; Anthony Millusls James Willson AC2 David Corkrum Alexander ASE3 Alspach AE2
period of competition, from AC2 and Sagabaen AAR2.December AC2. Asthalter RM3; Basher ADJ3; Bell
January 1970 until June 1971. January 1 CYN3; Blddulph AX3; Blackman
1 SHI; Brooks A01; Bullock DTP3;
During that period the Mad CDR. BARKER accepts "E" Floyd Brown CSC; Delllvenirl AC2; Buttersworth AE2; Carpenter CS1 and
Foxes deployed twice to the award. Anderson AC2; Merlyn Jones PN3; Lynn Foucher PN3; Preston Williams Oanflchl' ACC
Mediterranean where they Correa RM3; Dabrowskl ASH2;
aircraft. Davis ADJ3; Degler PH3; DeguzmanDTP1

supported operations. U.S.In February Sixth Fleet 1970, The squadron is planning a AT2; ; Duffield Dombrowshl AC1 AZ3 Duke Dranzek RM2;
under the command of Cdr R.T. transition to the new P-3A Difar I FAW 11 Tops In CFCJax I Erickson RM3 Farnsworth A02
Thomas, they departed for equipped Lockheed Orion, the Faucheux ASE 3/; Faunce AE2 Fisk
Signonella, Sicily for four type currently flown by VP-16 on (Continued on Page 16))
months. At that time, the its Mediterranean deployment. -Ten NAS Jax units, led by According to reports from 69 of
captured the CNO For the next few months the the staff, Commander Fleet Wing 92 participating commands, total PreventiveDentistry
squadron
Aviation Safety Award and squadron will be sharpening its 11, are among 34 commands in donations at the end of three
Maintenacne Award. ASW skills to a fine edge on the area who have made better ., weeks stands at $184,853. The
Cdr. George Barker becameCO routine exercises in the area. than 100 per cent of their objective goal for the campaign, which
in January this and two This training will enable the midway through the ends October 22, is $220,000.
months later the squadrons year left Mad Foxes to retain a permanent Combined Federal Campaign. Percentage of goals reportedby
Jacksonville for another four- position as in the nation's first FAW-11 now reports 187 percent other commands at NAS Jax Jax-Dental appointments for
month rotatingcrews line of defense around the world. of their goal. They had 120 at the end of the third week were: dependent children whosesponsor's
deployment, per cent of their goal in the Fleet Weather,. 99 per cent; birth month is Octoberare
Lajes AFB between in the Rota Azores., Spain While and Flu Shots opening week of the campaign.The ComFairJax Staff, 96 per cent; being scheduled at the Dental
all Navy Audit Site and the Air VP-56,91 percent; NARF, 68 percent Clinic, Bldg. 8.Dependents .
deployed the Foxes met
Force 679th Radar Squadron are FAETULANT, 62 per cent, of active duty and
antisubmarine committments, primarily patrols in flying the Slated HereJaxIt's the only other NAS Jax units NAS, 55 per cent; VW-4, 49 per retired personnel between the
cent of 6 and 23 and for
Mediterranean and North reporting 100 per par- cent.Mayport ages eligible
Atlantic returned to flu shot time again. ticipation. The Airmen also have based ships continueto the continuing stannous flouride
They The shots are an annual 120 per cent of their goal. set the pace overall. The USS treatment.
Jacksonville in with
than accident July free hours more of requirement for all active dutymilitary Other NAS units exceedingtheir Salish has taken over the lead of Appointments may be made by
83,500 belts personnel and will be goals are MATSG, 133 per all participating units with 268 the sponsor at the dental
under their from more
flight than nine of flying time. administered this month. cent; FICEUR, 132 per cent; VP. per cent of their goal and 100 per department desk, Ext. 3504.
years entitled to Each unit and department will 45, KO percent; MARTD, 115 per cent participation. The USS Each child will receive an
VP-5
wear the personnel'E' on their are sleeves and contact the DispensaryExt. 3538, cent; NATTC, 110 per cent; Salinan hit 245 per cent of the goal examination, an application of
Hospital 102 cent and and 100 per cent participation the stannous flouride and oral
the will the big 'E' for a date for administration of per ;
squadron sport the vaccine. NARTU, 101 per cent. first week of the drive. hygeing information.
on each of its nine P-3A Orion

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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


TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY
October 12 October 13
October 7 October 8 October 9 October 10 October 11



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Happy Hour Buffet package Night
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Officers Night -6'30: m. Steak NightClub
Fours 11:30.a.m.: Store 6:30-9: p.m.
6:30-9p.m.: .
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11 ..m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday Your .
11 ..m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.mm to 1 a.m.
Friday i 11..m..11 p.m. Breakfast. Nattc personnel will be served from 5:50: 6:30: a.m.; NAS and all
11 a.m. to 2 '.m. ,
ocher tenant
commands after 6:30.: :
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Friday Saturday Tues.-Thurs. Sunday .
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 1I..m..l1p.m. Noon to Midnight Lunch. Nattc personnel served from 11 to 12. a.m.; NAS and other commands.
alter 12Dinner::
9 a.m. to 2 '.m. Fri Sat ..
11a.m..1a.m. Chub All personnel served from 4 to 6-15: D.m.
Sunday Monday thru Thur

9 '.m. to Midnight 11 '.m. to Midnight Friday,October.BREAKFASTChilled 8 SUPPER-Grilled Liver or Beef

Grapefruit Porcupines, Baked Macaroni &
Juice Buttered Hominy Grits, Fried Cheese, Buttered Mixed Vegetables,
Eggs to Order, French Toast with Boiled Navy Beans Orange Cream
Columbus Day ScheduleFor I, Syrup Choice of Luncheon Meat or Pudding.
Ham, Baked Beans, Hot Chocolate SANDWICH LINE-Grllled Hamburgers .
L Jelly Filled Doughnuts.DINNERManhattan. or Frankfurters Ham &
Clam Cheese on Rye.
Exchange ActivitiesThe Chowder, Baked Meat Loaf or Baked Tuesday, October12BREAKFASTChilled
Tuna and Noodles Brown Gravy, Pineapple
rn w lltEfl1E Mashed Potatoes Hot Spiced Beets, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to
Buttered Green Peas Lime Jello with Order, Griddle Cakes with Syrup,
Navy Exchange Commissary location, Building 1511, will be Whipped Topping. Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Meat,
closed all day Saturday. OOWPROTESTANT SANDWICH LINE-Chlcken Salad Creamed Chipped Beef, Iced Cinnamon

The following Navy Exchange activities will be open Monday on Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters. Rolls.DINNERBeef.
Columbus Day.Cafeteria n. SUPPER-Deep Fried Fish or Beef Rice Soup, Grilled
: with Vegetables, French Fried Ribsteak, Beef Gravy, Snowflaked
Potatoes, Rice Pilaff Buttered Potatoes, Buttered Asparagus,
; Bldg. 118 Open Continuously Broccoli Spears, Tartar Sauce, Buttered Spinach, Brownies with
I.' 19th Hole Lounge 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Mexican Corn, Strawberry Short Powdered Sugar.SANDWICH .

Bowling Alley Snack Bar noon to 11 p.m. Cake. LINE-Variety Meat
Sandwich, Grilled Hamburgers or
Service Station,Bldg. 26 9 a.m.to 3 p.m. NAVAL AIR STATION SANDWICH LINE-Ham Salad, Frankfurters.
; Express Store No.1, Bldg.931 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Grilled Cheeseburgers or Frank SUPPER-Barbecued Pork Loin,

Pirates Cove, Bldg. 46 9 a.m. to midnightGolf SUNDAY furters. Barbecue Sauce, Snowflaked

Pro Shop, Bldg. 1877 8 a.m.to 5 p.m. Church School (all ages) 9:15: Saturday fBREAKFASTChilled Green Potatoes Peas, Apple, Buttered Sauce Buttered Carrots,

Hospital Snack Bar,Bldg. H2080 11 a.m. to 8:30p.m.: a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine Orange Strawberry Cream Pie.

NATTC Cafeteria, Bldg. 554 noon to 8 p.m. Worship 10:30: at All Saints' Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to ..SANDWICH LINE-Ham Salad,
Order, French Toast, Griddle Hot Grilled Cheeseburgers or Frank'
Chapel. Cakes with Syrup, Choice of
Bacon or furters.
All other Navy Exchange activities will be closed to observe Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Minute Steak, Lyonnalse Potatoes,

i Columbus Day. Iced Bear Claws.BRUNCHFrench. Wednesday, October 13
High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An-
: The Pirates Cove,Bldg. 46, will be open Sunday, from 9 to 2 a.m. nex. Junior and senior youth Toast Griddle BREAKFAST-Chilled Apple Juice,
Hot Cakes with Syrup, Chicken Rice Hot Farina, Fried ,Eggs to Order,
J Fellows hip-1:30 p.m.at Bldg. 722. Soup, Grilled Hamburgers or Grilled French Toast, with Syrup, Grilled
Evening Worship-7:30 p.m. at Cheeseburgers, Potato Chips, Apricot Bacon Slices, Creamed Ground Beef
small Chapel. Pie. Baked Beans, Hot Chocolate Jelly
SUPPER-Grllled Pork Chops Filled Doughnuts.
= Tuesday Brown Gravy, O'Brien Potatoes, DlNNER-Pepper Pot Soup, Roast
: Senior Choir Rehearsal-7 p.m. Chilled Applesauce, Buttered Carrots, Veal, Brown Gravy,Mashed Potatoes
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Buttered Brussels Sprouts, Cherry. Buttered Broccoli Spears, O'Brien
Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. Jello with Topping. Corn, Dutch Apple Pie.
Sunday October 10
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper NAVALIIOSPITAL BREAKFAST-Chllled SANDWICH LINE-Grllled Ham
Tomato burgers or Frankfurters, Egg Salad
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Navql Air Station Divine Worship-11 a.m. at Juice, Hot Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs Sandwich.

Jacksonville/ Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, 'a Bldg. 500. to Order, Griddle Blueberry Hot SUPPER-Beef I Pot Pie, Buttered
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Minute Cakes with Pork Syrup Choice of Ham or Egg Noodles, Tartar Sauce Polonaise

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS CATIiOLICSaturday Potatoes Iced Chops Pecan Rolls.Cottage Fried Cauliflower Devils Food, Simmered Cake with Lima Coconut Beans,

Jacksonville/ by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. Newsy Mass-5 p.m. at St. BRUNCH-at 9:30: delete: Griddle Marshmallow.

I Items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass8a.m. Blueberry Hot Cakes, Cottage Fried SANDWICH LINE-Grilled Hamburgers .

;. 3119. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Potatoes Bacon Lettuce, At. 9:30,: and add Tomato: Creole Soup, or Frankfurters. Deviled
4 Sandwich Ham
? Monday, Tuesday, Thursday andFriday.U French Fried Potatoes,-
"Everything advertised in this publication/ must be made ::30 a.m. Wednesday Chocolate Cream Pie. Thursday,October 14

f: available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race Mass 11:30: a.m. at the Naval UPPER..Chlcken Rice Soup, BREAKFAST-Chllled Tomato

t, creed color national origin or sex of the purchaser user, or.f' Hospital Chapel. Saturday Mashed Country Potatoes Fried Steak, Brown Gravy, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Hard Boiled Eggs.
Seasoned Fried Cakes
Greens, Eggs to Order, Griddle
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Confessions-4:15 and 5p.m. Buttered Hominy Angel Food Cake. with Syrup Grilled Minute PorK

opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print NATTC Monday,October 11 Chops, Corned Beef Hash, Home

J advertising from that source." Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. i in Juice BREAKFAST-Chllled, Orange Fried Potatoes, Iced Bear Claws.
Building 500. Hot Buttered Grits, Fried Eggs DINNER-Vegetables Soup, Fried
to Order, French Toast with Syrup, Chicken, Whipped Potatoes, Sausage
t" Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Choice of Pork Sausage of Luncheon Bread Dressing, Blackeyed Peas
Meat,
; concerning such should be directed to: Potatoes Minced Beef, Lyonnalse Creole Green Beans, Cranberry
Glazed Snails. Sauce, Applesauce Cake with Light
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY --Torkey Noodle Soup, Butter Cream
.... Roast Turkey Log, ,
Brown Salad
t 4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 I'm still waiting for some Gravy, Bread Dressing Turkey Grilled SANDWICH LINE-Ham Frank-
Cranberry Cheeeburgers or
t Telephone 388.2755 college to come up with a march In Sauce, Buttered Green Beans Beets furters.
protesting student Orange Sauce, Apple
ignorance- SANDWICH Turnovers. SUPPER-Swiss Steak with Brown

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Ham. Frankfurters, Deviled Corn Seasoned Spinach, Yankee Corn
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Wage Freeze Effects Us All ;

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WASHINGTON-The wage and their pre-military service em- the property was rented.A .
price stabilization program an- ployment during the freeze are landlord cannot require a
nounced by President Richard entitled to all the increases they new renter to purchase furnitureto
Nixon on August 15, 1971. affects would have received had they not rent a garage if such was not
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of the wmr r wwrwNMM'N MMUna
every part American served in the military. his established practice prior to
economy. The Cost of Living Council August 15. In the same manner, a 'sKATHY
During the 90-day freeze, every made an important distinction landlord may not require a tenantto ., -
American will be called upon to regarding promotions. While pay utilities after August 15 if .s ...". BROWN
support the Administration's wage rates for particular jobs are prior to that date utilities had .. I: w ,., .
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program. frozen, if a person Is promoted to been paid by the landlord.A rI ese", ..,
The U.S. customs zone is the a new job or a job with greater landlord would also be in IIIWr. :l L Monday through Saturday
boundary for the freeze, and responsibility, he will be able to violations of the freeze if he at- Uih 4vr, !rru M SUNNY favorite
Singing
since Puerto Rico is winthin the .get the additional wage tempts to evict a tenant for I country&your western songs

zone, it is included. Not included, associated with that job. refusal to pay rent in excess of pNMuNNNN/ww/w S'OOI'JO: .....'.:.......LN.,1.L,,,
_howeverare the Trust Territories Prices of Goods the ceiling rent applicable to his SPECIAL RATES
whicharelocatedoutsidet heOnequestion:: which -vas rental house. --- per person
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customs zone.Everyone recently answered concerned the New policy Is provided daily by "fOflERVTCEMEnmmtt'o(( v---
is included in the increase in prices charged by the Cost of Living Council and Is Entertainment mtely. Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood
Restaurant 750 Beautiful Rooms with TV. Direct Dial Phone\ ; Olympic
wage-prlce-Federal, State, and military commissary stores disseminated to newspapers, Swimming Pool, Free Undercover Parking
municipal employees, membersof during the freeze. In its answer, radio stations and television
the Armed Forces, employeesof the Cost of Living Council deniedthe stations throughout the United
companies and businesses commissaries the right to States.If '
regardless of size of operation, increase their prices. you have questions, need "
and Americans working abroadfor Individuals, businesses, firmsor information on certain policies, U'limJACKSONVILLE
companies incorporated in sellers of any type cannot or have a complaint, visit the
the United States. charge more for their productsor nearest office of the Internal
Operation of the Program. services than they did duringthe Revenue Service or the / (>'t.
A newly established Cost of base period prior to August Agricultural Stablization Con-
Living Council determines the 15, 1971. the Cost of Living servation Service.
policies of the freeze, and the Council :decreed. Price ceilingsare
:Office of Emergency to be established at no
Preparedness has expanded its greater than the highest price at SuggestionsPay
'operation to monitor, administer which a substantial volume of Our
'and coordinate the wage-price transactions were carried out by Off
:freeze. If you have questions, the firm's individual normal
need information or have a pricing'area, regardless of
complaint, you can visit the whether these pricing areas are Jax--Four NARF civilian Noon Buffet
nearest Internal Revenue Service national, regional or individual employees recently were
Office for assistance. The Officesof stores. awarded for beneficial
the, Department of The freeze covers both retail suggestions, they had submittedfor
Agriculture's Stabilization and and wholesale prices.In consideration.Tom is all you caneat
Conservation Service will also addition, professional fees Brown, an aircraft engine
assist persons with questions. such as those charged by doctors mechanic at Shop 96242, receiveda
During the90( day period, State and lawyers are covered by the $1,000 award for designing a
local governments may not increase freeze. simple means of boring worn rod and eat
charges or fees for Raw agriculture prices are bores. The method suggested by
government-provided services exceptions. These include those Brown has saved $131,611. I
such as fees for water, gas, products that retain the same Cillen W. Wynn and Albert Kay A delicious selection
sewer or similar services. physical form that they are each $305 richer for a of pizza and salad. $11Q
However, State and local tax possessed when they left the farm suggestion they submitted ALL YOU CAN EAT.
rates are not frozen and.may be gate. All other agricultural and dealing with the process of
increased. food products would be con- screening excess material for 11:30 A.M.til 1:30 P.M.
Wages and SalariesAs sidered processed and subject to possible usage. Their suggestionhas Monday thru Friday
used in the Executive Order the freeze. Thus, live cattle are saved NARF $12,347. Both
which set up the freeze, 'wages exempt, but carcasses and meat men are planners and estimatorsat Pizza inn
and salaries' include all forms of cuts are covered, raw milks is Shop 531.Newell .
payments or inducements to exempt, but when pasteurizedand W. O'Brien from Shop 4420 Blanding Blvd..772-8000
employees. These may be processed it is covered; 96135 took home $695 for 1111 Cesery Blvd. .725-9566
bonuses, vacation or holiday pay, wheat is exempt, but when suggesting a repair technique for
night shift, overtime and other processed into flour it is covered. J79-10 afterburner parts.

premiumns, cost-of-llving
allowances, expense accounts, Lists of the exempted Items -
commissions and all other and those covered by the freezeare
'fringe benefits. available at IRS and
No cost of living Increases will Agricultural Stablization and

be permitted during the freeze; Conservation Service offices , ,
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however, veterans returing to Rent Policies ;; l"I
Rents and ; '
on Apartments "
houses cannot be raised duringthe < .
Take your baby freeze period. Even if an -
agreement had been signed
before August 15 and scheduled to
... go into effect after the 15th, the ey /
increase is not allowed. Tr
to a specialist.WE Even if a lease provides that a '
tenant will pay increased, r f'9
MAINTAIN IT property taxes, such increasesmay rHM your
WITH LOVING CARE not be passed on to the i iw
tenant during the freeze period.In .
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addition, if a rental propertywas f
Rtl/eI1bI s9uf vacant during the base
period, the ceiling rent is that auto
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Cecil..In this weeks side for the final time. Chief to his present rank, during
Around Cecil column, there are a Sawley entered the Navy October ceremonies held last week. LTjg
variety of retirements, re- I, 1941 and retired October 1971. for 16
in the Navy
enlistments, promotions and Chief Sawley and his wife resideat Enis has ben wilt-Dorothy and have
I awards. 5510 W. Duvile Street with their years His
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children and they reside at
A02 D.C. Vinson, of VA-15, re- four children. 2 Author Durham Ave r t;
the for five JW. Enis was promoted
enlisted in Navy more LTjg
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four.Chief ____ _
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after thirty years of Naval
Service in ceremonies held at the
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his wife Ruth were piped over the -
;, side for the final time last week. /J" Chief Sawley .
AEC J.D. Hunnicutt, VA-45, reenlisted ,
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SHOP if- 6. was the first draft choice of ". '.
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MECHANICS j ball season is almost upon us, 1. Tom Dempsey, New Orleans .d' ... Mf
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2. is the oldest player in pro Raiders, 44 this year.
INLET MARINE football? 3. Baltimore Colts, Cleveland
3. transferred to the American Browns, Pittsburgh Steelers.
Soles & ServiceHwy division, as the result of the realignment 4. Minnesota Vikings, 12-2. \v
of the two leagues? 5. Boston Patriots, 2-12.
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FJC Offers Course To P Blood Donor

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Expectant Mothers Day At NAS

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Jax-The Jacksonville Blood
I Jax-Florida Junior College at assist the expectant mother in Bank's mobile unit will be in
Jacksonville (FJC) is offering a labor will be provided in the Ward A at ,the NAS Jax
siw-week course in Childbirth classes which include practice : Dispensary October 13,to accept
Preparation through the Adult excerises for mothers-to-be to : donations to the Navy-Civil
Education Division, South enable them to cope with labor H Service Blood AccountAll
Campus. pain. k t civilian employees are
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The comprehensive course in eligible to draw from this accountfor
held alternately at Memorial Fathers are encouraged to take themselves and their legal
Hospital and Baptist Hospital the course so that they may be 1 iT dependents at no cost for the
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every 6 weeks. Classes are held better trained to play on active blood needed.

from 7:30: to 9:30: Thursday role in childbirth, giving supportand Since the last Blood Donor Day,
evenings. Persons may registerat assistance to their wives. M 101 pints of blood have been

the first class meeting of the As a prerequisite of taking the released to employees or

next series beginning November course, expectant mothers must .dependents. __ ---------- ---- --
4. in the have-their doctor's to' wish
-- Baptist Hospital permission All employees who to
Auditorium. enroll and preferably should be in contribute are ,asked to contact
'Expectant mothers and the last three months of their supervisors so that they can
fathers are urged to enroll in the pregnancy, Mrs. Linebargersaid. be scheduled between 8:15: and

Childbirth Preparation classes 11:15: a.m.Volunteers.
because of the emphasis placedon The fee for the course is $5. who are under 18
making their roles easier,' Additional information about the 7 x years of age, unmarried, and do
said Sandra Linebarger, RN and FJC course may be obtained by l not have written permission from
FJC instructor. dailing either I their parents will not be allowedto
Methods and techniques to Memorial Hospital.Baptist Hospital or _n'___'___._ _'__ __, '_ .w donate.
Ed Tanner, Traffic Manager on the Staff of Commander fleet Air, Employees with a history of
Jacksonville, is presented with a plaque by Mal.| R. J. Cahill, com hepatitis (jaundice), malaria,
I Two Cited At FICEURJax manding officer of Company D, 4th AmTracBn, for Troops, FMF, diabetes or low blood pressure,
United States Marine Corps Reserve, Jacksonville, in apreclatlon of as well as those with colds, flu or
his service to the Marine Corps here. fever cannot be accepted.

Pregnancy is also a bar to
Two FICEUR Navymenwere service from May 2, 1970 to July Cancer : A Deadly RealityJaxOne donating.
awarded Navy Com 16, 1971 while serving as Leading

mendation Medals. Personnelman and Ships Office of the several Health exposure to the sun; 3)) from
Receiving the Navy Com Supervisor on board the USS Service Agencies aided annuallyby colon-rectum cancer by having a
mendation Medal with Combat Garcia (DE-1040)). the Combined Federal procto every year, especiallyafter .
"V" was Lt. Stephen E. Herrick The citation read in part, Campaign is the American the age of 40)); 4) from HONDAMOTORS
and First Class Willard S. Roby "Petty Officer Roby was highly Cancer Society. cancer of the mouth by having
Lt. Herrick was cited for successful in implementing Cancer killed nearly 330,000 dental examinations regularly; & CYCLES CO.

meritorious service from August advanced administrative Americans last year, and an even 5) a woman can help protect 4949 BLANDING BLVD.
1970 to August 1971 while servingas procedures which improved the greater number will die of this herself from breast cancer by PHONE 7718244
First and Second Military effectiveness of the Ship's Office, disease in 1972.Researchers. practicing breast self
Region Operations Intelligence in accomplishing myriad personnel seek clues to examination each month; 6)) for
Analyst in the Republic of matters, and in training cancer's cause, physicians help uterine cancer, she should have a

Vietnam. subordinates" to increase their cancer patients with increasingly Pap test each year; and finally 7)) Don't Be Cold I In ft
The citation read in "Lt.
part, proficiency. effective treatment techniques.But everyone should have an annual
Herrick worked in close NARF still the figures rise. health checkup. FLORIDA !
cooperation with elements of the Employees
What else can be done to halt These are the What
weapons. FURNACE
Naval Intelligence Field Receive Awards this dreaded disease? each of us must do, is use them. EXPERT
Organization to provide intelligence Actually there are two INSPECTION AND SERVICE
support and things..like the Cancer slogen And make that pledge to the .I. >'EEP FULL FUELSERVICE
> SERVICE FOR ALL HOME
of hostile Jax-The following NARFemployee's
forewarning" possible awards goes..a check-up and a check. Combined Federal Campaign AND INDUSTRIAL HEATING
received for
actions. The check is self-explanatory; today while you're thinking aboutit. AND AIRCONDITIONING
Petty Officer Roby was Sustained Superior Performance.
you can make your contribution .
commended for meritorious William D. Estes, Julius I. through the Combined Federal Clay OilCorporation
Lusher J.D. Wooten, Eugene F.
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October 22. if she works like a horse ,
Switzer Leo W. Cox, Jr.,WilliamD. says
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The check-up she wants to look like one.- Call 264.9548
Taylor, Dorothy D. Faraday,
which you can do for yourself. Shelby Friedman.
James E. Carroll and Joseph F. That is to be aware of the seven

Stazenski. Safeguards against cancer.If .
Also, Moody W. Gay, William cancer is detected and
A Morris, Virginia B. Dail, treated early enough it is one of
Phillip Smith, Jesse J. Nichols, the most curable diseases. The
William T. Maloney, John T.
power each of us has to help
Keene and Charles F. himself against this disease is

1 Junegemann. simply this-to take advantage of 1i
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Exchange Lets established.

Gas Contract The seven safeguards focus on

Jax-Starting Thursday, sites of the body where cancer
October 26, the new Navy strikes most often,and suggests a
positive action each person can
Exchange gasoline con-
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GWAGEI4) Oil Company. Authorized best protection possible.The RESTAURANT AND COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Seven Safeguards are: 1)
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TW OIL RIGHTS f* children of the
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The Marine Wives Club Mrs. James Lynn was the installing opening of the new Petty Of
held their installation ceremonies officer during the can ficers' Mess. Mrs. Slocumb
Monday evening at MATSG, dlelight ceremony. presented two potted flower
the club
to
arrangements
Bldg. 572.
New officers installed were Refreshments and games were manager on behalf of the wives. Vf
Mrs. Arthur Slocumb, president; featured during the evening and The club meets every first and
Mrs. Carles Gilmore, vice prizes were won by Mrs. Art third Monday evening at 7:30: at
Franco,Mrs. Ralph Cocciolo and! MATSG 572. Anyone in-
Mrs. Richard Sim, Bldg.
president
; Marine Wives Club ( I)
Mrs.
OFFICERS for the jrtJM ArtSlocumb
Mrs. Ernest Moyer. cordially invited to NEW
secretary and Mrs. Dave Davis, terested is
Gilmore,vies president
Mrs. Charles ; Mrs.
"treasurer 'The'Marines Wives Club ttec: lr'264:9487 or 2646040for president
and Mrs. Dave Davis, treasurer.
Richard Sim, secretary
recently took part in hosting the information.
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VP-56 Wives

Plan PartyJax Bake Sale TomorrowJaxA Officers Club To

Thinking Celebrate OktoberfestJaxThe
ahead toward bake sale it on at the Naval Air Rework Facility tomorrow
morning at 6:39. NAS Officers'' Club will celebrate Oktoberfest, the
Christmas the VP-56
The event will be hosted by the Navy Wives Club of America. Jax 86 traditional Autumn festivities which originated in Old World
Dragon Ladies will be to raise money for community projects.The Germany,next Saturday,October 16,from 7 to 12 p.m.
planning a Santa's wives held their monthly business meeting September 22 at Oktoberfast will feature:
Helper Toy Party at Compton Hall and added flair to the regular order of business with a Free Beer Mug with Free Beer from 7 to 10
their next meeting demonstration by a local hair fashion consultant. Dance to the 'Rhinelanders' from 7:30 to 11:30
Several new members were welcomed Into the club by Mrs. Maria
Authentic German Buffet 8
October 14 at 7:30: p.m.
Bennett Installing officer during candlelight ceremonies. They are Enjoy all this at $4.75 per person. For reservations and
in Room 240 at Parrlsh Lee Fasnacht
p.m. Martha Kannalr o/OrangeParfeGlnger .o/NAS tickets, call Ext. 3042.
Hangar 1000. and Claudine Ballentlne.both transferring from Pax River 101.
,Bnng a guest if you Guests for the evening were Marilyn Smith and Joann lloefer of
like. Orange Park and Maxine Miller of Jacksonville


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commanding officer, presents the new officers of the Chief Petty
Officers' Wives Club, whom he installed by candlelight ceremony
September 25 at the CPO Club. They are (rtol I) Joyce Oliver,
bk president; Joan Pitts, vice president Ruth Boudreau, secretary
3X41 Gloria East, treasurer Esther Neal, parliamentarian Jean
,!..:" Harrison,chaplain and board members Betty Gill, Helen Christmannand
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Drug Abuse Week : A National Concern --


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1 call upon officials of the assistance (In this endeavor
Jax Following Is a liberty becomes license driver over reliant on pep Federal government under and I urge them to
statement by President and that license leads to pills; to the student leaningon the leadership of the new do so.
Nixon, declaring this weekas drug dependence which amphetamines to help Special Action Office for I also encourage the
Drug Abuse Prevention controls the bodies and him exams; even
cram for Drug Abuse Prevention, clergy, and all of our moral
Week. warps the minds of mn. to pre. teens sniffing glue.It '
and leaders
spiritual
: to
those officials
"What shall it profit a women, children and even particularly
man," the Bible asks, "If the unborn? hat become a problemthat In the Departments of make a special effort
he shall gain the whole touches each of us. Its Health, Education and during this week to take up
Not so long ago it was andDefense the,problem of drug abuse
world and lose his own manifestations are many Welfare; Justice
easy enough to regard the all and to offer those answersof
and varied. But grow
soul? It is a question with
to join
tragedy of drug abuse as the spirit which alone
from root -
a common
which the menace of drug and the medical
educators
"someone else's problem. psychological and physical' can fill the void where drug
abuse poses anew to all of profession In Intensifying{
needs unmet through and abuse begins;
us.
What can a nation pro/it But recent years have legitimate social channelsand programs to prevent And I appeal, above all,
from Its abundant good life brought that tragedy home all feed on a common reduce drug abuse among to those who bear the
often literally to the and among all
if the same technology and very Ignorance Ignorance of young special trustaol parenthood
all Americana. We have .
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have yielded that abundance learned that "Drug Abuse"refers does to himself and and local governments, as rededicate ourselves to the
permits millions of not only I to the crime society Drug abuse Is well as business and civic well being of America's

its people particularly Its prone heroin addict nothing (less than a life and groups, to cooperate in youth; and that we may so
that is the disease
though
youth to drift into the at Its with death matter for countless such programs and to seek teach them so guide them,
deadliest more
chemical modification of Americans, and for the out new methods by which so reach out to them in
mind and mood at grave than 1,000 heroin fatalitiesa moral fiber of this nation, the risks and dangers of understanding and com-
risk to their health to year In New York/ City the drive tomeetthis threat drug experimentation can passion as to help them

their very lives? the term also refers to the must command from us be communicated! to the avoid the problems that
What can a nation pro/it suburban housewife' our very best our at- entire nation. The communications arise from abuse of drugs
from its unparalleled Individual dependent on tranquilizers tention, our energies our media can and to attain the full
freedom if that or diet pills; to the truck resource and our prayers. render invaluable promise of their maturity.is .
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Drug Abuse



ComFairJax Team Combats




Problem Through EducationBy


Cindy Freeman

Jax-About 50 million people will have used marijuana by the end of 1971, ac-

cording to national figures-about V of the total U.S. population. These figures

testify to the growing threat of drug abuse in the nation, a crisis which has

caused President Nixon to declare a speical week of attention to the fight against

drugs.

While many States have laws Here, ComFairFax has come an independent organizationwhose
against illegal possession of forthwith a bold new approach to mission is to present
drugs, it is difficult to enforce the problem at its roots- 'straight dope on dope' to young
them itt the face of youth's ignorance.The military personnel. Informallyand
challenge to society's moral Drug Awareness Team, honestly.
laws. with eight Navymen and a The members feel that they
Like society in general, the Marine as members, is now know a great deal, about drugs
Navyis faced with growingdrug underway to bridge the growing and each shares a common in-

DRUG AWARENESS members (I Ito r) Mike Jackie, Arty and Dickr crisis.And, countless, newpapersand credibility gap between the terest-a sincere desire to help
( ) critique a slide presentation on LSD. Ken Deweese, (second from magazines direct an endless 'authorities' and young people clear up as much as possible the
right) who coordinates all education and exemption program for barrage of information at the concerning drugs and their ef- vast confusion which surroundsthe
NAVAIRLANT, visited the team to help them prepare their slide youths using warnings, threatsor fects.In drug crisis today.
presentations. pleas. no way connected with law Lt Fred Brindle, a Navy flight
Just what is the solution? enforcement agencies the team surgeon with Fleet Air Wing 11, is

the team director. In July he was
charged by the commander of
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The Drug Crisis notes.' explained
Brindle.
hours going through scientifically
FAW-ll with the task of settingup After undergoing weeks of acceptable facts and compiling I Iy
a drug information team like intensive training in downtown their own lectuir* and slide
the highly successful one at Jacksonville, the drug team has presentations before setting out
r
ComCrusDesPac on the West 'accurate resources They on their own. I"t t __

Coast 'It pleases me to hear them
The 27-year-old Navy surgeon argue technical points, pros and
views his new task with en- cons,' explained Dr. Brindle as he
thusiasm and it was this same observed the team critiquing
enthusiasm which he sought in their work 'Before joining the
his team members. In screeningthe teamsome didn't even know the

many volunteers, he chose ,r different varieties of drugs. Now Silit tr
only those who were racially L they can discuss the finer points.'I :
unbiased, sincere young men find that those those who
between 17-23-'not evangelistswho know the least about drugs are
would crusade to wipe drugs the ones who use them.They havea
from the face pf the earth.' lot of folk knowledge, but the

As Dr. Brindle explained, the r f. Drug Awareness Team is
team's purpose is strictly prepared to fight this 'dope 1 ',
_ educational.! fost kids between.' skinny! with cold facts.'-__ 1.
18.23 will use drugs today,and the Already completing their first $
only way to combat the problemis week 'on the road' the team Is
through education-not law DOUG NALL, who gives an looking to the weeks ahead. This
enforcement.'Give interesting and fact-filled includes setting up a Hot Line for

me a group of 20 who briefing on barbiturates, is busy area military personnel and the c....
honestly want to hear what we with some of the team's ad- dependents who want personal "
(the team) have to say about ministrative tasks. answers.In .
drugs and I feel certain that they KEN DEWEESE goes through the team's collection of color slides
will have a better chance to makeup with team member Arty Murray.
their own minds about drugs.
After all, the ultimate decisionfor
or against drug is theirs.'

Brindle blames much of the NOW... YOU CAN REALLY LIVE!
current confusion about drugs on
...IN A FINESELECTION
communication.'The '
poor Navy,
he said 'has created a real OF HOMES

credibility gap. People in STILL AVAILABLE AT...
responsible positions put out so i
much false information behind ElEL: :J:
so-called 'scare tactics' that kids

nowdays discredit everything.'The 3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMES r
drug trend today is a w
symbol of youth independencefrom $18,700 to $25,000 Xfiyf{

traditional family styles DAT DIRECTOR Lt. Fred Brindlel, FAW-11 flight surgeon, VA and FHA FINANCING
and Is reflected in their }
hairstylesand discussing plans with team leader John Rachal. John is the oldest
dress. want to think
for
They member of the team and will supervise the others as they lecture at Bellair C-12 {
themselves. We just supply the local commands.
facts to help them make an in-
r
telligent decision.' possess a store of knowledge on their office In Bldg. 1 they
Although Dr. Brindle speaks many drugs-from LSD to Bar- are busy taping a collection of
with authority on the subject of biturates-and their effects.In popular tunes which center
drugs (he served his internship at training, they attended the around the drug scene. In addition ,
Los Angeles County Hospital Northeast Florida Council for to their store of facts, they
where he worked with drug Drug Rehabilitation, the Duval provide proof behind what they
patients), he leaves the actual Medical Center, the Halfway say-an O.D. Honor Roll with
talking to the young team House, Methadone Maintenance famous names in entertainment,
members 'because they can Hospital wards, Vice Squads like Janis Joplin and Jimi
comminute better with young Federal Bureau of Narcotics and lIendrix, who died from over-

people.: Dangerous Drugs and Customs. dose. ..rn.r..r......... .
'I don't care if they slaughterthe After of week of comparing notes As the team members explain,
English language if they with the Pensacola drug team the they are prepared to explode the
communicate.' he said. As they men wound up their final training many myths and fantasies of the $21,750 to $25,000Two

work, these'men present an session with agents downtown.The drug scene. And their weaponsare cars can rest comfortably in the roomy garageof
image, in their manner and team has spent to 1000 facts. C 12, and you still have lots of
up '
dress, which readily com- storage room, A classic court yard r.r' '
entrance, spacious living and dining l-
municates with the young. areas family room with optional J.,:
Working in three teams, the fireplace. bedrooms, plus too many =h .:1..
men lecture groups of 20 upon WESTSIDEJACKSONVILLE'S I closets to count all combine to r_ '
make this the 'livmgest' Bellair r.i'
request. (For an appointment, model built :f r{'
call Ext. 3366)) The audience is
limited to E-5s and below who are FINEST CASSAT1 : :L1ILL4.rE: :: ,
between the ages of 17 and 23. No AVENUE
officers are accepted for lec- Sidewalks and Street Lights
SERVICE
SALES &
tures. 'Young people will not be TOYOTA Convenient to Churches, Schools {='

as receptive to what we have to 1971 COROLLA SEDAN and Shopping CentersBELL.A.JEI
say in the presence of their

leaders if they think they are in STANDARD EQUIPMENT C u a Downtown\ NS i iOr.nor
the back of the room taking
INCLUDES :

Reclining Bucket
automatic Seats

White Wall. Tires
f .
hart :
:
washers j Eo"s Nylon Carpets
WheelcoversI NEAR NAS JAX and CECIL FIELD
I UPT034MIPERGALlON
FOR Front disc brakes
Tinted glass ., call
RENTi JJ Limited Supply o >r;
""" 264-9579
$ 8 month per ; Come and Get 'Em Specials!!

*, RAMBLER AMBASSADOR Door Hardtop. Fully Loaded,
>'*;$
air
with Factory
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69 SUNBEAM ALPINE Door Hardtop. Speed, Factory air
R&H. I02S
46 PLYMOUTH FURY I Door Sedan. V.8, Auto. trans., 1
246.3420 Power steering, Power brakes, Factory air, Radio and

CHEVY Heater BISCAYNE Door Sedan, V.8, Auto. trans.S97S,
I--------, --- F Factory air, Power steering, Power brakes,Nice Car. $1175
I I PHON E 3..53.5 II '7 PLYMOUTH SPORTS FURY 2.Door Hardtop. Full power
with Factory Alrl S999
67 PONTIAC TEMPEST Door, Auto. trans., 6 cylinder,
II Power steering and brakes, Tinted glass, R&H. Perfect condltion -
I Low mileage. SfSO
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OCTOBER 7, 1971
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Cecil Receives 2nd

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Fire Prevention Award For MARSIn 11IWASHINGTON'Review



Week Ends TodayThis December 1970 NAS Cecil squadrons aboard NAS Cecil who
Field received the Com allow volunteer radio operatorsto
municator of the Month Awardfor stand duty at the MARS Radio
the North Florida area. In Station in hew of their normal forrecharacterization'
week has been Fire Prevention Week, and today, Oc August Cecil again received a duty section assignments. of administrative
tober 8,we close another anniversary week of the Grew Chicago Communicator of the Month Operators presently assigned and issued
Fire. Just 99 years ago this week a brief lapse into Award this time for the Sixth responsible for the District discharges honorable
cariessness sparked a fire at a Midwest farm It didn's seem Naval District Each month over award are: AT2 M.G. DARIS under other than the basis of
particularly threatening or uncontrollable at first but it was. 100 military and civilian (VA-174 TAD AIMD) AT2 M.G. conditions solely on
Thirty hours later 2,100 acres of Chicago was a blackened, volunteer radio stations competefor HURELY (VA-81 TAD TO personal use of drugs for the or
smoldering waste. More than 200 of its citizens had perished, the sixth district award. AIMD) AD3 R.E. KRASNIGHAN possessions of drugs
100,000 were left homeless and almost 17,500 buildings were in The MARS Radio Station is a (VA-81)) AQ2 R.T. KEMPE (VA- purpose of such use has been put

ruins. Direct fire losses were $166,000,000. Special Services Facility which 87)), AQ2 C.S. PETERSON, (VA- into effect Melvin R.
sends and receives personal 174)) AQ2 J.D STEWART (VA- Secretary of Defense
Leaving lighted lantern where a frisky cow could topple it Laird outlined the policy in an
MARSGRAMS) for 174)) and ATI R.W. LEWIS (VA-
over was Just a little mistake. Every day, simple little mistakes messages ( 13 1971 memorandum to
August ,
military members and families 174 TAD TO AIMD),
fire In the United of
States.
cause many Every day an average the Secretaries of the Military
33 people, ((17 In the home) die in fires fires that could be of the Jacksonville Naval .
Complex NOTE: To send a MARSGRAM Departments.The
prevented.Fire The station is supported by contact Communications Ext. 210 primary purpose of the
Prevention Week Is a good time to look and learn the various departments and anytime. Secretary's memorandum is to
facts about fire and fire prevention. Fire Prevention Week is a give drug users who received
good time to start fire prevention year. Let's all try extra hard'to Bowline: Rule AmendedNAS 'Undesirable' discharges an

prevent needless fires, AND'MAKE EVERY WEEK WIRE Cecil..Rule amended for average, she may enter the opportunity to have their
PREVENTION WEEK. 'FIRE tournament..the tournament provided she has discharges recharacterized to
women's
'under honorable conditions' and
lWRTS"I community has made an established a 21 game summer make them eligible to receive
I amendment to rule number 7 to
with the Jax Women's Veterans Administration medical
read as follows: 'If an entrant average
treatment.ExStnlceman's.
:rattim:: :: :::::;:::*:::::::: ::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::: :::=*:::3?:: ;:::>,:::::::: :=::::: does not have a 1970-71 year book bowling Association. Responsibility

Buy U.S. Savings Bonds It is the responsibility of a

::::X:::::::w: *:::::*:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::;:;:;m::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 4' '; ::: Open for your convenience 6am. 10p.m. request former a servicemember review of his ad-to

D PICKUP & DELIVERY ministrative discharges by his
former Service's Discharge
':: D ROAD SERVICED Review Board. During calendar

RLL MECHANIC ON DUTY years 1969 and 1970 there were a
RACES TO total of 4,152 Undesirable
P II FOREIGN CARS
WN OIESaIE D AMERICAN & Discharges directly attributableto

.. drug abuse.
; BOB'S OAK HILL Former Service members who
:: NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES ; ;1 have received administrative
::::;: NEW & USED TV SETS '::::: uniiinSERVICE '4 discharges under other than
:::?;:: NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES :::;: honorable conditions because of
::::::. NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS ':;::: drug use may obtain applicationsfor

mt AIR CONDITIONERS ';1 11 CENTER review of their dischargefrom

:::1:: Hrs 9 am 7p.m. Come In 4 Browse ::1:::1: 3 K%'BWl personnel offices at all
103rd & Jammet Road 771-9156 military installations. Application -
WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.S3H for review must be

I" WESCONNEtt at 103rd W 0750 J submitted on DD Form 293. The

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include mail addresses.

Choose The Career That Offers Applications for review by the
Discharge Review Board must be
*o U The Most Out Of Life! FLY TO FREEPORT filed with the board within 15
years after the date of the

TRAIN FOR A "JE1-AGE" CAREER WITH THEAirlines. GRAND BAHAMAS discharge.
Notification Given
.
HOLIDAY SPECIALAIRTRANSPORTATIONQ Secretary's Laird's August 13
....
A career with the airlines often a memorandum states in part:
l 1:_:;. challenge. for young men and women. 'Each Secretary is authorized to
Prepare for jobs in reserva
t'c ( ., hone opera.tions. ticketing, pastenger issue a discharge under
"ij.2.\ service, ramp agent etc. LUNCH GUIDEDTOURS MW honorable conditions upon

Many Irav.l.Motel.company benefits including OPTION PLAN $3.00 Departure Fee establishment of facts consistentwith
this policy. The Veterans

AN INTERESTING CAREER FOR MEN-WOMEN-COUPLES Flights Leave Jax, 8 a.m., Oct. 9 and Oct. 16 Administrations will also be
,Information, reservations Call notified of- the names of former
k"'e' Management service members whose
VIRGINIA E. BELL Realtor
v discharges are recharacterized.'
Tram for ,
stimulating well
paying
The memorandum that the
positions as managers, asst man 264-2488
Y.I.I_ agers, desk clerks, housekeepers, new policy 'shall apply to those
hosteises. Training includes practical service members whose
or 356-2462 (Answering Service) cases
., instruction at school owned
motels. I are finalized,or in process on or
before July 7,1971.'

TRAIN FOR A HIG l.PAYING CAREER AS A I
N
0 Heavy Equipment
..

1I; .; .. Operator Right now, you're only 10 minutes away

ttaaeerr'r Learn to operate cranes, draglines,
1A,j h' clamshells, scrapers, bulldozers, from Jacksonville's biggest
loaders, trenchers, backhoes etc apartment bargain
Earn high annual incomes!
. 1IM

M, AN EXCELLENT CAREER FOR MEN AND WOMEN


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,k:!r' ; ; Adjusters, and Investigators are ur
f' gently needed to settle billions of
jN
I dollars in clam.s. each year Euel We have 6yessi( ) swimming! pools. i Plus
11 lent shuffleboard and badminton, With 2045 James Rd, Jacksonville Fla
II'
salary company car and e.1r ,,,
r I pense account I usually furnished congenial young neighbors to help enjoy them, Phone: 781-3818
LI I All only one block from golf and an ,, .. RENTING HOURS:
.l .
I ......... Mon ,
Nt l; tcoclilti HIISC elementary school with other schools shop 1 thru Sat 8:306.00: : Sun. 1 1.6:00:
A
t ,,,/ NATIONWIDE PLACEVINT ASSISTANCE ping centers and boating, minutes away You i t DIRECTIONS: Roosevelt Blvd..
I A//AOYI/toevilicoN! LeoIeslivictrtasn.iiiMnl can get to Cecil Field or the Naval Air Station turn right on San Juan-Continue past
M m 10 minutes, downtown Jacksonville in Cedar
IS. r Creek bridge to Jammes Road
,,: C Coupon: Tt>d.i" m tl' linn**dutr,' in/,>ir Ill,n Ph.".i |30Sl.4I-1331 '_: Ipartmf.'nthave individually controlled ? -turn left to apartments.
- -- -- heating and air conditioning carpeting, '+
UNIVERSAL TRAINING SERVICE. DepTNoTBrno draperies, findhdnq glass door to courtyard 1
I 1901 N.W. 7 Street Miami. Fla.33125 I or balcony And you move into' a I or 7 F p "
I bedroom apartment today Furnishrd, or unfurnish LEN
I' flit SI Sine iNfOiMtiiONOM INI IIININIOCIJM i mvt CNitllcNiI Opt exiQ
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HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY II I

Publisher CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING I

Movie Schedule

JAX AIR NEWS Call: 388-2755

NAS Jacksonville
ass
should 6f mfl led to arrive not i later than
Tuesday for pubi.cat.on the following Thwr Mv
LATWINGER I I, Acts arr'v'np too tate for this, deadline will *

NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE ,"': Ubti"'ftj the fOllowing' week unless trfe
Ubll'r "t ,instructed O''trwI" A check' or Thursday October 7 comedy starring James Garner,

receded man.or WITH.r for the full cost .' the ad must o* Joan Hackett and Walter
the
copy for the ad.
NAS: 'FLAP' Color Brennan. 'G' E (90 mins.

4747 San Juan Avenue RATE'Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 melodrama starring Anthony HOSPITAL: "BLUE WATER,

Per additional Quinn, Tony Bull and Shelley WHITE DEATH'
Jacksonville, Florida line ((4 words per line) SOC
Winters. 'GP' VG ((105 mins.)

HOSPITAL: 'C. C. & COM- Shots Automated

___H., PANY" Color cycle drama
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starring Joe Namath and Ann WASHINGTON (API'S) -

EMPLOYMENTGENERAL NEW HOMES CREDIT UNION Margaret. 'R' G ((94 mins.) Siniu ItV'lUt'I' think their Service
REPOSSESSIONS has carried( the '
((1111 putCfbL1l'lnIIA
3 & 4 BR
,
2 baths, Built in
-Range, 1969 VW SEDAN too fur.

OFFICE Cent.FHA or Heat VA, Prices Terms-Fast from Occupancy.118,300 up. $1175 Radio, Stand. trans., Good shape. Friday, October 8 On Okinawa the Navy has

Put your office skills to work and earn Edw. 0. Lyon Broker, 78M422 programmed/ \ a computer to remind
HIGH PAY. Work when & where you 1969 FORD FAIRLANE6cyl. NAS! "BLUE WATER, sailors when shots are due.
wish. NO FEE. Call: Stand. trans, Radio, 2 dr. HT, It automatically sends a card to
NORRELL CASH $1,000 as Is. WHITE DEATH" Color
each man when he needs an in-
'
Temporary Services We buy, sell and trade equities. 199 RAMBLER documentary starring Peter noculation.
6 cyl. 4dr. sedan,
394-5371 Louise T. Bailey needs work $650 as
771.3605 Broker Is.
JOE'S HANDY MAN SERVICE ms BUICK HOSPITAL: "FLAP'
The Impossible we do Immediately. OAK HILL PARK 4dr. Sedan. Make offer.
Large, 3 BR, tri CALL RON
Miracles take a little longer. House -level, $7,000-looo ROHRERExt. BARRY'S
painting, household repairs, minor dwn.$210 mo. LCdr. Murphy, 771.3211, 2431 or 387.5622 Saturday, October 9
Ext. 405.
appliance repairs, screens, fixtures, or 7728209. WE FINANCE &
glass,etc. Joe Hurwitz, 264 v Poultry
RET. 4135 (USN FOR YOUR RETIREMENT 71 MERCEDES BENZ NAS: "SUPPORT YOUR

Buy Land 4 Dr. Sedan, 280 SE Fully Equip. Exc. 'LOCAL SHERIFF' Color western Fish Market
WANTED Values up every yearl I 2V acres & up. Cond. Must sell 384-7939.
SECRETARIES Convenient to Bases, expresswaysand
Experienced Bank Help, Full or Part city. Country Atmosphere. Fresh Daily
time. $1,000.00 per acre & up. 30 percent ATLANTIC RENT-A-CAR FUN & MONEY
1st Guaranty Bank& Trust Co. cash & 10 year mortgage to owner. 18 yrs. and up. Free Delivery, 387. GRADE A CHICKEN
1234 Kings St. Your Best Investment. 5413. with

(between Park & Post) WYN,NE REALTY OF FLA., INC., Luzier Cosmetics Breast Leg & Thigh 4 5 e Ib
01 4653 Highway Ave. 389.5514 62 CHEVY IMPALA
MEN-WOMEN Good Cond., 771.9007 $200.
Part or Full time Nationally know 37 FOR SALE 389-6788 or 772.9717 2941 EDISON AVENUE
yr. old Company. Possible earnings. 3 BR, 1 Bath, Kitch, Utility 8. carport W3 CHEVY WAGON PHONE 384 1457
$500 a mo.within 6 mo.$1,0000 within a creened back porch, CB, New paint Ex. Cond. Call 353.4641 after 6 p.m. or
year. It's work & fun. Investment $50. inside & out. FHA $350 down plus 3875339.
Call 771-0748. closing. Total price $11,5000, Venetia
Terrace. Call 7716225. U ANGLIA DOOR
BEELINE FASHIONS New tag, runs very good. $320.ASTROMOTORS WESTSIDE
Needs managers & stylist, Free
wardrobe twice yearly. No. Collec 'HIDDEN WATERS'Black 6566 Normandy Blvd.
ting. No delivery. Car necessary For Creek, Canal or Lake lots _
Infor. call 771-4452 or 2466259. available. Excellent fishing, boating, ii CHRYSLER VOLKSWAGEN INC.
swimming. Mobile Home area. Also Loaded, Exc. Cond. 772.2460 ,
CASHIER WANTEDI! permanent home area. High, wooded
Apply In person S&S Cafeteria. lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake FOR SALE Jiulul
Cedar Hills Shopping Center Asbury on No. 209. LaRue 7253992. 70 Pontiac, CAT, Conv. AC Red 772-
3606 blandlng Boulevard 3250.

FOR SALE BY OWNER 60 VW SEDAN 100 %
Brick Home Cedar Hills area, 3 BR, New sticker and tag. $360.
MISCELLANEOUSGEORGE'S 2B, Dining Rm. Den Kitchen equip. ASTROMOTORS

-. Breakfast rm. screened patio over 6566 Normandy Blvd. GUARANTEE
-- looking'built In pool. Privacy Fence,
KENNELS plus fenced playarea. Fully Carpeted. 64 CORVETTE COUPE
Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. Assume 5 Pick up & Delivery Available. refinace./ 7728544. Total $24,000. 4 New Mobile Home Tires & wheels. Then we tuned up tightened, and replaced everything that needed it.
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathlna. all for $75. 733.2485. And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
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Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard ---- ---- --- -- major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on in and
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 LOST LEASE Must Sell double check.
RENTALSORANGE
Edgewood Crt. 389.0064. 1964 Thuderbird $486
1965 Valiant) Sta. Wag. $479 ENGINEtTRANSMISSION.REAR AXLE*FRONT AXLE
BEARADIOORTVANNOUNCER 1967 Chevelle $683 ASEMBLIESBRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
PARK 1967 Valiant AC
2 BR., Apts. furn., or unfurn., Dishwasher $692

For hour.more Information call 3568351any Apts., 771-1405, Drapes or, 7713355.Carpets, Elizabeth 1966 1965Simca-Clean Chevrolet.PS &AC $672$376 70 VW Sedan $1795

1964 Plymouth Con. AC $494
NEW Many more to choose from Must be Yellov/ 4-Speed Transmission, Radio and Heater
RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS HOUSE FOR RENT
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape 3 BR, Between NAS & Cecil Field. 2.3 Sold Financing Available
players. At dealers cost to liquidate children only. Call for appt. 2825858. ROYCE SMITH USED CARS 69 VW Sedan $1895Factory

stork. Full warrantyl I Phone 7710409. 1557 Casset Ave. rebuilt
FOR RENT engine with 6,000 mile or 6 months warranty,
384-3658 Blue, Air conditioned, Radio and Heater.
AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE 2 BR, Apt. Furn. AC, 5 mins to NAS.

Auto AC, Room units, Central Units. Conv. to schools, Will rent to TAD 66 MUSTANG 69 VW Sedan $1650
Repairs. Reasonable. personnel or bachelors. 2646884. cylinder, Stick, R&H. $490.ASTROMOTORS .
Tyler's Heat and AIr Condo Radio and Heater, 4 Speed
WILMAR APTS. 6566 Normandy Blvd.
388-5161 Air Conditioned, Bedroom, Living
4711 Palmer Lake Shore 66 VW Sedan $1295Beige
Room, Kitchen, Bkfstnook,
LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH parkingspace for 2 cars, water, Speed, Air Conditioned, Radio and Heater.
Wilford's sewage, garbage, lawn service WOMEN NEEDEDPART
Fish Camp. 2649707.
66 VW Sedan
Furnished-$120. Unfurnished $100 plus $1095Blue

FLYTOWHERErAnywhert 4 percent sales tax. 387-2541) TIME WORK Radio & Heater.
Weekends, 3890744. Car Necessary-Fun& Profit
or, charter.you want Call, Dick flight or Bill Instruction FOR RENT 786 0157 or 358.0867 69 VW Fastback ?????

7812636. 2 BR, Apt. Furn, Conv. to schools, 5 M Factory rebuilt engine'With 6,000 mile-6 months guarantee,
LAWNS EDGING ft MOWING mins. to NAS. Will rent to TAD per. t /C.Monl"S Auto. trans., Air conditioned, R&H, Beige.
Curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We sonnel or bachelors. 264-6884. .
clean up the mess and leave it neat, 68 VW Fastback $1495

Call Hart, 771.3211 Ext. 8340. HOUSE FOR RENT Speed, Radio and Heater.
Unfurnished,2 BR, DR, Kit, LR, Bath,
CHRYSLER AIR TEMP Fenced In yard, 585.00 a mo. Includes 69 VW Squareback $2095Air
3 ton compressor unit, & toll, for water up to $5.00. 6028 Hyram Ave. BORROWUPTO

central Schoeff 2644072.PEMBROKE air conditioning.. $125. K.E. Inquire at 6024 Hyram Ave. or phone ; Conditioned, 4-Speed, Diamond Blue, R&H.

WELSH CORGIS AKC 7712398. 1 S600 69 VW Squareback $2195Automatic

2 females, 12 weeks. Wormed & shots.
Paper trained. Call 264-5254 MOBILE HOMES ONE CALLARRANGES transmission, Air conditioned, R&H.

FOR SALE --- 71 VW Camper

14 ft. Sect. Bassett Couch, Gold chair,. It ALL! $3595
2 glass & wood end tables, 1 glass & JUSTISS TRAILER PARK Radio and heater.
wood round cocktail table. $300.50 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern
Very good cond. 7728516. trailer and Apts. 3893007.
Annual WE ALSO HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF
VA FINANCINGNo Amount Monthly 10 Total, 01 perc.ntage
REAL ESTATEOAK money down on New Star Mobile ot lean l I'.ymnt' "II'Y .yn..nl'' rate GOOD, CLEAN IMPORTED COMPACTS AND

Home. Ask for Ted or Bob. $ u.30. 5.00 24 120.00 36.SO-.4 DOMESTIC AUTOMOBILES.
R& J Mobile Home
HILL.EQUITY BUY 39t.29 23.00 24 552.00 :tS.SO%
3708 Philips Hwy.
3 BR, Masonary, Air conditioned, 398.8926 599.97 34.40 24 825.60 32,75%
double caport, excellent condition. .

Assume 5'/4 percent mortgage, Dial Finance WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
payable $76 per month (includes tax "
and Insurance) Call Mr. Starling or TRANSPORTATIONV64: The one for the money

Mr Hulslander, 396.4087ATTENTION __
40 W. Monroe St.
YACHT MAN COUPE 3560735 INC.

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See this PRESTIGE home
396-2895 1150 LANE AVE. SO. PHONE 781-5511
Shores, 1 blk north of Tlmuguana Rd. 6566 Normandy Blvd. _
LR with 4721 San Juan Ave. "
Lovely entrace foyer.
FOR SALE OPEN DAILY T08J30.SATURDAY TO5
formal dining room, Lrg. 384-2314
fireplace
1971 Honda K.), Ex. Cond. 3100 miles, SUNDAY
1 TOPMN
kit., breakfast room, Unusually Lrg. Ray Lepkowicz, AT2 771.3211, Ext. 359 1436 Edgewood Ave.W
playroom Pool, many extra feature or see at 400 Claremont Dr. W. Orange 764-2583
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I ,r It's Time To Get Ip.QThe Swim Of ThingsK

J, UJ; ifVSOJl iviiil IIVV""';
', Jax--NAS Jacksonville assist him. Abrahamlan,who has Clinic on October 16 and a Turn
f ft I 1CI 1\. produced a fine swim team this been coaching the team for about and Stroke Clinic on October 23.

t ) ,,"' summer which was the result of a three years, is a former Olympic
lot of hard work last winter. The water polo player. In addition to The Jax Navy Swim Team
I Jax Navy Swim Team is now ,expert coaching, the team has affords youngsters an excellent
t tII ,. preparing for next summer and available to it some excellent chance this winter for valuable
Iii r they're Inviting anyone Interested weight and tension equipment for lessons in swimming, self
; I' ,' in being a part of this toning muscles and last but not discipline and competition, as
fine team to join[ now and get in least.one of the largest and finest well as offering adults a chanceto
on the winter development indoor pools in the Jacksonvillearea. get involved in their children's
t .', '', h program. activities. If your youngster, or
.ft The Swim Team, which The swim team is also trying to even you are interested just call
.. tf' presently consists of about 55 get the adults involved with a Pat Kangas at 264-6084 or Timmie
tJL youngsters and is open to all couple of clinics to be held in Scott at 7717495. They will be
'dependents age 4-14 of military October for prospective officials. glad to give you any informationyou
I personnel as well as civilian will They will hold a Timer and Judge might need. .
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be holding four winter -

SWIM TEAM STANDOUTS-Victor Abrahamlan, Jax Navy Swim development meets in the coming
Team Coach, stands with some of his outstanding performers on the months,with teams coming from
team. Patti Mileswski (I) won two firsts and a second in the Florida all overFlorida and Georgia.The .
Junior Olympics, Diane Kangas (ir) won four first in the Greater meets will be held on December ,
Jacksonville meet and Jackie Brennock and Jim Scott also won 14, January 8. February 12 and
medals in the Greater Jacksonville meet for first place finishes. March 11.
Cdr. Jerry Taylor, president of
.J the Navy Jax Swim Teamsaid p A
that this is the best time for
youngsters to join the team
TIIE D t because it gives them time to
develop their muscles as well as 9
get a taste of competition beforethe ,-,- ..-:......... 'C:' I

iiowsmwiicoMio big summer meets. In their eagerness to get into the water, younger members of the
Cdr. Taylor believes in the swim team
display a variety of diving styles.
Nautfeat Chard .Outrigger/ Nautical Wear swim team so strongly that he
*Paint *Flh Boxei *Burgee Jacket [Zj makes the claim that they can
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j< \(, Chief Manning j r UPicUrn Ballot



Wins UPicUmJax !I I NAME I II


. ,.' RANK OR TITLE ;_PHONE" ,. .
is -For the second week in a The only game Manning
row we had to go to the tie missed was Duke's big upset of SERVTC?NUMBER,
breaker to' determine the U- Stanford. lie said he picked
PICK-UM winner as there were Washington over Dallas after (This week's games)
< seven prognosticators who came watching both teams on TV the -=- .
up with 9 1 records. week before. WI),.';' ,
" STANFORD WASHINGTON
1 IMC John F Manning, CMA at Last week saw five women 't. ; .,
entrants in the contest and, while .
the Naval Hospital, came out the ,
j winner with his amazing closely none managed a 9- 1 record, they I .' ..1 1 1t I PENNSYLVANIA DARTMOUTH_ .f
did come pretty close, missing r
predicted score of 35-20 for the /IL I
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Oklahoma USC game. The only two or three. Keep trying _: "'"c WAKE FOREST -N.. C. STATE -
ladies, there's still a lot of football -'--- "
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,;j t' 20. score game was 35- ahead. Chief Manning

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.. An organizational October 25.
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: Volleyball was held yesterdayand Jax Intramural Ping Pong
all units and commands who play will begin on October 18 All
were not able to attend but still units and commands interestedin
I IN ORANGE PARK like to compete are asked to call fielding teams are asked to
the athletic office as soon as contact the Athletic Office at Ext.
possible.Play.!is slated to start on 3239. -

Jax Tickets for the annual
1 Gator Bowl football classic to be
played on December 31, were
placed on sale yesterday at the
NAS Special Services Office,
Bldg. 704. During the period
through November 19,
the tickets will be sold only to
active duty military personnel
attached to units or detachments
aboard NAS Jacksonville that
i I., participate in the Station Com
posite Recreation Fund on "first-
t' a come, first-served" basis.
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starting a squash league or
ladder is asked to contact YNC
Walt Oliver at Ext. 3482. Squash
courts are available across from
the BOQ.

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StandingsAtlantic


League < 4T
.' Won Lost
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Ney Bowlers No.1 14 4
Good"Bad 13 3
VP-45 14 6
VR.50 12 8
AIMD No.2 11 9
National League t
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Radar 17 15 5
i Alley Cats 12 4
+r MI Leprechuns 11 5
r Trainers 12 8
Commodores 10 6

American League HOLE IN ONE-YN1 Larry West, COMFAIRJAX Personnel,tries
2L' Won Lost to recapture the form that gave him i Hole-In-One here Sunday. West,

---- --- .,.4t..r.--. w ..... Late Chargers 14 who plays In the 80's (and upwards), scored an Ace on the US yard,
HIGH FLYING ACTION 2 Par 3,third hole. He used a nine Iron. Witnesses to the event were YNC
Godwin of the Hawks 15
NARJAx 5
Intramural
McAllister and
Harry Bill Otterstrom of Communications.
Touch Football team fights with a Communications defender for a ComFairJax No.2 12 8
pass as I teammate looks on. NARJAX defeated Communications 24.0 Evildoers 12 8 FOOTBALL STANDINGSAmerican
to remain undefeated after three games. Photo by Ed Smith E-Zephyrs 10 6

Pacific League League National League

Marine Barracks Wins Won Lost Won Lost NarJax Won 3 Lost 0

FiceurV 151h. 4V4 Marine Barracks 3 0 Mad Foxes 2 1
Mad Foxes No. 1 14Vi 5Vi Dragons 3 1 Bees 2 1
To Remain UndefeatedJax VP-45No.l 11 5 Hospital 3 2 VP-45 2 1
Split Makers 9 7 ComFairJax 2 3 MARTD 2 1 ,
Intramural Dragons No.2 10V4 9Vi MATSG 1 3 VW-4 1 2
In Touch decided
by a point after an attempt Ticeur
Medical 3
Football action last week, Marine last (Con't 2 3 0
week, Hoak went over on page 16)) Air
Ops Communications 3
Barracks won its third straight for two points to provide the 0 3 0
game by knocking off FICEUR winning margin for MARTD as
0, with Williams and Askew they defeated the MAD Foxes 8.
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I ETl Francis AC3 and Goodler AK3. Sunealltls ADR3 Sweeting AK2 December
) r James Gray ADJ3 Hanson AT2 Uhl CYN3; Ulman AAAH3; Vela YN3 William Heintz PN3.
J Hawks YN3; Dale Holt AMS3; Horner. Vernettl ADRC and Wallace AME3. JanuarylRegelio 1
1 Also,Watts AME1 Wheeler AMH3 Ilk
; HM3 John Hunt HM3 Hussey CS3 Ayag ADJ3 and Darrell
t' Huth YN3 Kammann ASM3 Lees Wheeler PNC; Wilkins ASM3 Colbert, ASM2.
Williams YN3 Wilson DTG3 Win.
HAA2 Long AT2; McCauley ETC ; Stltctm
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ADR2 and A01.
dlow Wyman
r Mlck'AZ3; Motes ADJ3 Nottel AZ3 Adams AWN2; Balchunas PN2; ,
and John Hart HM3. Bazemore ADJ2 Berry A03 Butler --.
Musngl MMC; Larry Nix HM3; VP.4S' AE2 Byers AMS2' Clemente ASM3; 1
'1" Oatsvall A02 Panek ASE3 Payne Creppel AE2; "DaviS AWA3; Davis
HM3 Peeples AT2, Pulliam RM3 November 1 AWA3; Dearlng Af2 Denny ATC
Reed RM3/ Rogers AK2 Rooks A01 Dorsey AZ3 and East YN3.
1> Sanborn AE2 Scarbrough A02 Michael Alexander ADJ2 Brad Also, Foreman AK2 Hauck AMS2 /
'j Shattuck ADJ3; Sramek HM3 and dock AZ2 and Clayton Vagnlnl AZ2 l.j Haye AKC Hennessy AE2 Lynn rT
". Steele DTG3. A02 McVay AE3; Meyer AWN3;
Nelson AME1 Parris AOC Pascual _
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World War Veteran AMS2.ADJ3; Rlnehuls PR3 and Roark -GUEST-STUDENTS- --from--- Iran (I to r) Mohammad Karbaf,

And, Rundell AX3 Santos SD3 Mohammad Monaeml| Hassan Zehnl, Gholan Rahgozar and Tarrakh
,j Dies Here At 61 Sawyer AWN2; Schenecke AE2Slngletar > Fathl are currently attending NATTC's AE 'A' School, Class 2M and
Smith
[ A02 Smith YN1
AMS3t Spicer AE2j Swedenbur AE3 are scheduled to graduate In February. They are civilians employedby
: and Weinmann ATC. the Iranian Navy, sent here for training In aviation skills at the .1
West. In this he
Key capacity,
Jax RAdm. Daniel F. Smith
invitation of the U.S. Before arriving here,they completed an English
(' Jr., a World War II Navy Cross headed an investigation here last with "extraordinary heroism in course at Lackland AFB In Texas. Aside from their studies the .
December into the oil off
r winner and a Jacksonville spill action against enemy Japanese students enjoy soccer and watching football and Intend to do as much 1
I resident since he retired from Mayport. forces during the Battle of Leyte sightseeing as possible during their stay. I
t', active duty July 1, died at the Adm's Smith's first assignmentas Gulf in October 1944. Cdr. Smith
I Naval Hospital here Tuesday a flag officer was as theNavy's personally scored rocket hits on Navy Charters Christmas Flights
Chief of Information from
morning. He was 61. -
and strafed a cruiser, contributing
The hospital listed the cause of 1960 to 1963. Subsequent to"the destruction of a Jax-The Navy has contracted Mediterranean. Reservations for
death as heart failure. assignments were as CommanderCarrierDivislonThree battleship, which was lefta withShoftour Charters, Inc. for a the $195.00 round trip flight may
Adm. Smith is survived by his in smoldering ruin. special Christmas flight to be made by filling out an application .
widow, Virginia (Griggs) Smith, the Pacific; Commander Naval "...On the following morning he Athens Greece, to help bring form and turning it in ,,
a native of Jacksonville; two step Air Basic Training, Pensacola, conducted daring rocket and Navy families together duringthe with a $50.00 per seat deposit.
children, Barbara (Mrs. Byron 1963.65; Commander Naval Test strafing attacks and aided in holidays. The flight will Thirty days before departure ,I
Campbell) of Chicago and Center, Patuxent River, Md., sinking one large carrier and in depart Norfolk, Va., (Oceana) (November 20)) seats will I be '
Stephen Mace of Los Angeles; his 1965 68 and Commander Naval Beverly damaging a smaller one. December 20 and return January available to all DOD personnel.
( mother, Mrs. Daniel F. Smith, forces Japan until August 1970 Later in the afternoon, he led a 2. For further information contact t
I Sr., of Premont, Texas; two when he was assigned to Key fighter bomber sweep that Priority will be given to Jonathan L. Miller, agent, 10229 .
sisters, Mrs. Myane and Mrs. West scored direct hits on both a dependents and families of the Valle Drive, Tampa, Fla., 33612or
Melton Page, also of Fremont; A 1932 graduate of the Naval battleship and a cruiser, inflicting Sixth Fleet serving in the phone ((813)935-0002.) '
two brothers, Air Force Col. Academy, Adm. Smith won his heavy damage on the t
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Hightower Smith of Corpus aviator's wings in 1936 following timber. .'" ,
r Christi!, Texas and Mr. Tom duty in the USS California and
Following World War II, he was
r, ', Smith; and two grandchildren. two destroyers.He executive officer of the carrier
[as ro OO EELth[ro I
Memorial Services will be held won the Navy Cross, the USS Independence and on the
at the NAS Jacksonville All Distinguished Service Medals, staff of the Chief of Naval Air Now I
Introducing

Saints tomorrow Chapel, Mrs., at Smith 11 a.m.has of the Merit Silver(with Star combat Medal, "V"the Legion), four Christi Advanced, Tex.Training at Corpus t.m 1M If@@[) 9roiled; 1

Distinguished Flying Crosses !
requested contributions to the ,
; Heart Fund in lieu of flowers. two Air Medals and the Adm. Smith took his first STEAKS
Arrangements are being Presidential Unit Citation while command the USS Randolph -
in following with the The most complete Mexican Menu (in Jax
completed for a burial at sea. commanding Air Group Twentyoff 1957 duty t
On his retirement, Adm. Smith the carriers Lexington and staff of 'Chief of Naval 1 Air Sill University Blvd.,W. Phone 737-2747
was Commander Key West Enterprise in the Pacific theater Training at Pensacola and as ((2 Blocks East of 1.95 Exit)
Force and Commander Naval of the second world war. Chief of Staff of Carrier Division

Base Key West with additional The citation accompanying the Six.Before
duty as Commander Fleet Air, Navy Cross credits Cdr. Smith his promotion to flag
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I NAS Holds Surplus Auction mander Second Fleet and ;

Jax-Vehicles are among the prospective- buyers are invited to Assistant Operations (Chief Fleet Operations of Naval). i Green Cove Springs |

many government surplus itemsto inspect the property.
be auctioned next Wednesdayhere BOWLING SCORES t&
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the vehicles to be auctioned are .
south of the main ( ::
yards gate. CONTINENTAL LEAGUE s
especially worth noting.
The tale is on at 9 a.m. after
; bidders have registered at 7:30: All military and civilian Won Lost I aysyaaraGOT
a.m. Items to be sold are located Department of Defense personnelare .
I in the NAS Jax, Cecil Field and invited to participate except Pin Busters 17' 3
Mayport disposal yards andREAL those under 21 or those connected Chokers 12 4 !; j ji
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