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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 14, 1971
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 29 NO. 30 Published In The Interest 01 Personnel of Naval Air Station Jacksonville,Florida' OCTOBER 14, 1971 week Monday, boasting 50 of 93 .
participating military units who
have equaled or exceeded 100 :
percent of their dollar objectives, ..
Construction BeginsOn according to reports through the
NAMA1AlItATOM ,MLA WCppA fourth week of the six week
drive

FTAEAT AMOMtA FACILITIES/rTMEAN Narf FacilitiesJax The latest report also shows

DIY A NAND that only nine units had 100
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wr u percent participation.

Work on two major military construction Thirteen units had made no

projects, valued at a total of four million dollars, got reports through the first four

,. underway Tuesday morning at the Naval Air Rework weeks.

Facility with a ground breaking ceremony.On The staff, ComFairWing 11
continues to set the pace at NAS
Jax.They reported 223 percent of

:i hand to officially set off the will replace outgrown and ob- their objective through the first
projects were Capt. R. T. Hardy, solete facilities, used for the past four weeks. Last week, the wing
I PublicWorks Officer; Capt. An- 27 years,and will provide modern staffers had 187 percent.
drew Yates, NARF Commanding in house facilities for A5 Navy Disease Vector Control
officer; and Phil Howell, a Vigilante and A7 Corsair II Center has jumped into second
w'J representative of the W. E. Ar- aircraft and engine. place among NAS Jax units,
? .: nold Company which will be according to the fourth week
doing the construction. Each The other building, costing report, with 174 percent of their
44A building is expected to require $2,647,000, will be an Aircraft objective.
from 12 to 14 months to complete.One Paint Stripping and Corrosion Other NAS Jax units among
Treat Facility. Actually, it will those equaling or exceeding 100
P N j be a 150 by 233.foot extension to percent at the two thirds mark
of these is the Heat Treat, an existing 45 foot high bay in the drive are: DSSO and
Foundry and Die Forming building, currently designated as FICEUR with 159 percent, VP-5
Db'4 Facility, which will cost about Hangar 101 S at the Northwest with 147 percent,MATSG with 142
$916,400 to build. It will be a 112- corner of NARF near Wasp percent, NAMTRADET with 136
r by-200-foot insulated metal on Street and Albermarle Avenue. percent, Fleet Weather with 132

_._-_.- -' --- -- .-..,-----. steel frame building with 30 feet percent, NATTC with 130 per-
i!' overhead clearance and a This building,when completed, cent, VP-45 and USAF 679th
GROUNDBREAKING for the Rework Facility's new Heat Treat, complete bridge crane system.Its will
provide an environmentally Radar with 120 percent, MARTD
I i Foundry and Die project gets underway with Capt. R. T, Hardy, Capt. consteuction and furnishings controlled area for pre process with 115, Staff ComFairJax with
Andrew Yates and Phil Powell lending hand.
a
examination and evaluation, 113, Hospital with 102, NAS and
t disassembley, paint stripping, NARTU with 101, and VW-4, with
JNavy Sets More corrosion treatment and pre 100 percent.
u Early Outs painting. These processes can,be Total military donations at the
; done more economically than at end of the fourth week were
present in that about eight aircraft $241,000, bettering this year's .
r 'Jax Another out announced in thus
early program was Navop 109 71, ex- almost I
moves totalling two goal by $220,000, but shy of the
panding the Navy's voluntary early release program from two months to three miles can be reduced or military all. time high of$281,000

months. eliminated, and operations can donated last year.
Eligible active duty personnel, including Seabees, whose EAOS is in January be performed regardless of Top givers in the drive continueto
1972 will be released next month. Those whose EAOS is in February and March outside weather conditions. The be Mayport based ships,
expected quality Improvementand paced by the USS Salish with 344
will be separated in December. For commands separating their own personnel, reduced turn around timeon percent, the USS Yosemite with

separation may be effected any time during the month of release, at the aircraft under processing will 268 percent and the USS Salinan
separatees own option. greatly improve NARF's supportto with 245 percent.

Next month, commanding oincers are authorized to separate or transfer for the Fleet. Sixteen Mayport units, including -
separation all eligible Regular The multi Salinan, have equaled or ex-
strikers in the CTM and CTR ratings if their EAOS is anywhere from January projects are expected million to benefit dollar ceeded 100 percent, comparedwith

through May. Those whose EAOS is in June will get out in December. the local economy considerably, 14 at Cecil Field and 17 at

These early outs do not apply (to, anyone who has re-enlisted or extended his inasmuch as many area workers NAS Jax.

enlistment, or to those who do not desire an early out. Also, anyone in the BT, will be employed and a large partof

HM, HN, HA, DI, DN and DA ratings are ineligible for release. locally.the materials will be procured All-Navy Talent

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Call Ahead For Contest SlatedJax

If you're talented or
I Phantoms ReuniteJax think you are why not show
Hospital AppointmentsJax someone else at the Sixth Naval
District Talent Contest?
2243 The Flying The All Navy contest, spon-
Telephones are being Emergency
Phantoms of VP-18 will be
sored by the Chief of Naval
manned at the 7722201Information
Hospital Appointment -
holding a reunion here
Personnel takes place in
,
Desk Monday through Patients reporting in to the
PNANI December at the Can-
Charleston,S. C., October 27 -29.
Friday from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. Hospital without appointments, dlelight Restaurant. All
The contest is designed to
Getting through, however, at who are not acutely ill, will be former VP-18 personnelare
and
peak hours (early morning, noon referred to the Screening Clinicor invited to attend. discover, develop encourage
of former
talent
and around 4 p.m.) may still be a Pediatric Clinic, as ap The informal coat-and-tie regardless status.
tedious for the caller and propriate but well amateur or professional
process
; only babies affair will include a The first, second and third
the hospital staff. will be seen in the Pediatric cocktail hour, a buffet selected will
place winners go on
All clinics are on the Clinic on .
appointment Tuesday mornings.It dinner and a band for to the All Navy Finals at the
system. Appointmentsmay is recommended that entertainment. Reser- Naval Construction Battalion .
also be made in person or by everyone, if possible, make an vations for the affair must Center in Davisville, R. I.
mail. Numbers to call for the appointment before coming to the .' be in by November 19. All Naval personnel in the Sixth
various clinics are: Hospital i in order to receive the Tickets will be !3.00 per Naval District, including Coast
772-2281 Dermatology, Orthopedics best and fastest .
care.What's person and can be obtained Guard, personnel assigned to
Pediatrics,Proctologyand
from the VP-18 Reunion ships in the district and other

772-2283 Surgery- Family Practice, Inside 1 Committee.Anyone .interested is servicemen assigned to Navy .
Club TRO1 bases in the district are eligible.
General Practice and Urology Schedules Page 2
asked to call J. M. Bodin at Acts will have no more than
772-2285 OB-GYN; Eye, Ear, Menu
Page Ext. 3531 for further in- four performers and not exceed a
Nose and Throat; Neuro- .
Psychiatric and Internal Sports Page 18,19 formation. five minute time limit.
Medicine Women's- News Contact your department head
17 for additional information.
Page
772.224 .

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"Published! by the Holt Publishing Company which is in no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained herein are not official' expressions 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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Brunch italian
Beefeater Night
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11 '.m. to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Closed Mondays Friday & Saturday Your

Friday 11 '.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.

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11 m to I m
Friday L Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday Friday,October IS Harvard Beets, Orange Pudding.
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Saturday 11 '.m. to 1 '.m. 1I..m..lIp.m. Noon to Midnight SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on
Fri,Sat Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburger
'.m. to I am. BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit
1I..m..I..m. Monday thru Thur dub Juice, Hot Buttered Grits, Fried Eggsto or Frankfurters.
Sundayam Order, French Toast with Syrup,
11 to Midnight
am.
1// to Midnight
Choice of Ham or Pork Sausage,
Baked Beans, Yankee Corn Bread, Tuesday,October It
Glazed Doughnuts.

DINNER .. Mulligatawny Soup, BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato
1\ Italian Spaghetti, Italian Meat Sauce Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to
AdvancementsJax &Meat Balls, Pizza Pie, Garlic Bread, Order, Griddle Cakes with Syrup

ii: Parmesan Cheese, Buttered Choice of Bacon Sausage, Baked
Asparagus, Buttered Carrots, Peach Beans, Jelly Filled Doughnuts.

Here are the additional Falrless PN3 and J. Fisher AEC. Pie.SANDWICH: DINNER Vegetable Soup Hot

reports of advancements from Arthur Gray A02; Hardlman AE3 a rn llllE Grilled Hamburgers LINE-Chicken or Frankfurters.Salad, Turkey Snowflaked Sandwiches Potatoes, Turkey, Cranberry Gravy
W. Hudson BT1 D. Jackson YN2
NAS tenant commands: Johnson BT1, Sharon Kreft YN3sLeplanka SUPPER. Seafood Platter of Fish Sauce, Boiled Pinto Beans, Buttered
PN2 H. Portions, Scallops & Shrimp or Green Peas, Pecan Pie.
Parry AE2 P.
Barbecued Beef Cubes, Baked SANDWICH Salad,
Pflster AK2 L. Que PN2 and Robert oowPROTESTANT LINE Ham
November 1 Rase BT1. Macaroni with Cheese, Buttered Grilled Cheeseburgers or Frank

Also, A. Rennie AE2; J. Rohde AE1 Mixed Vegetables, Tartar Sauce, Iced furters.
Mary Odonnell PN1 and Lemon Cake with Lemon
Jerry W. Icing. SUPPER Baked Virginia Ham.
Splnks AK3 M. Taylor, AMH1 .
Ragsdale SF2. SANDWICH LINE .
Venables AEC J. Walker AK2 and L. Grilled Pineapple Sauce, Mashed Sweet
Wilson HMC Hamburgers or Frankfurters. Potatoes, Southern Style Greens,
December Buttered Broccoli Spears, Banana
RE1/REMEMT Saturday,October 1 Cake with Vanilla Icing..
C. Kaczkowskl PN1.January.
Grilled
NAVAL AIR STATION SANDWICH LINE -
BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple Hamburgers or Frankfurters.
1 Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to
SUNDAY Order, French Toast, Griddle Cakes
Claude Miller PN1 and George tts.a B NAS Church School (all ages) 9:15: with Syrup Choice of Bacon or
PrldhamAOI. Luncheon Wednesday,October 20
Meat, Cottage Fried
a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine Potatoes, Glazed Snails.
Selectees Worship 10:30 at All Saints' Pineapple
? : BRUNCH At 0930 Chicken Rice BREAKFAST Chilled
Chapel. Soup Grilled Ham & Cheese, French Juice, Hot Wheat Cereal, Fried Eggsto
William Alken HM1 B. Arnold Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Toast Fried Potatoes, Lemon Order, French Toast with Syrup,
PN3; D. Burnard AEC; James Cain Meringue Pie.SUPPER Choice of Sausage or Luncheon Meat,
AOC Christie AKJ Cochcroft AE2; High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An- .. Breaded Veal Cutlet, Minced Beef, Hashed Brown Potatoes,
Dletiman AOI D. Dodd AJD3 nex. Junior and senior youth Tomato Gravy, Steamed Rice, But- Glazed Doughnuts.

AfFSOTLX Fellowship-l: p.m. at Bldg. 722. tered Squash, Green Peas & Celery, DINNER. Cream of Potato Soup,
Evening Worship-7:30 p.m. at Apple Dilly Cake. Grilled Beef Steak, Mushroom Sauce,
Baked Potato with Sour Cream,
small Chapel. Sunday,October 17 Creamed Peas Ii! Carrots, Buttered

AIR NEWSThe Tuesday Brussel Sprouts,! Boston* Cream Pie.
Senior Choir Rehcarsal-7 p.m. BREAKFAST Chilled Orange
at Bldg 750 and Christian Science Juice, Hot Grits, Fried Eggs to Order, SANDWICH LINE Grilled
French Toast, Griddle Cakes Hamburgers or Frankfurters.
Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel.NAVALIiOSPITAL with ,or
Syrup, Choice of Ham or Pork SUPPER Fried Liver & Onions
Sausage Iced Bear Beef Sukiyaki, Onion Gravy, Fried
Claws.
JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
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Buttered
BRUNCH. At 0930 Rice, Seasoned Lima Beans,
distributed each Thursday at the IS.. Naval Air : French Onion
Station.
Divine Worship-ll a.m. at Soup, Grilled Cheeseburgers, Potato Corn, Boston Cream. Pie.
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a Bldg. 500. Salad, Potato Chips, Pineapple! Cream SANDWICH; LINE :-; Grilled
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS Pie. Hamburgers |for Frankfurters. Egg
SUPPER Salad Sandwich.
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS CATHOLIC arown Pan Roast of Pork,
Gravy &
Jacksonville by 12 00 noon on Monday before publication. News Potatoes Mushrooms, Baked
Saturday Mass-5 p.m. at St with' Sour;Cream, Buttered
(terns are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772-3118 or Edward's Chapel. Sunday Mass8a.m. Broccoli, Apple Sauce, Scalloped
3119. Tomatoes, Chocolate' Cake with ,October
and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- IcIng. White Thursday

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday.and
BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit
"Everything advertised 'In this publication must be made
Friday-ll:30: a.m. Wednesday Monday, October i U Juice, Hot Grits, Fried Eggs to Order,
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race, Choice of
Mass 11:30: a.m. at the Naval Griddle Cakes with Syrup,
creed, color, national origin or sex of the purchaser user, or Hospital Chapel. Juice BREAKFAST .. Chilled Appl Bacon or Ham, Home Fried potatoes.
Saturday Hot
'patron A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Confessions-4i5: and to Order, French Hominy Grltl, Fried s Iced Bear Claws.
5p.m. Toast Syrup
advertiser will result with DINNER Chicken Rice Soup
in the
opportunities by an refusal to print Choice of Luncheon
NATTC Meat Mashed
or Ham, Savory Baked Chicken
advertising from that source." Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. in Creamed Potatoes Ground Beef, Hashed Brown Potatoes, Break Dressing Hot Spiced

Building 500. Rolls. Hot Chocolate, Iced Pecan Beets, Peas & Celery, Butterscotch

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queriesconcerning DINNER. Pudding.
Cream
of Tomato Joeson
SANDWICH
Soup, LINE- Sloppy
such should be directed to: Oven Roast of Beef, Brown Grilled
Mashed Gravy, Hamburger Buns or Frank
Potatoes Creole Snap Beans, Hamburgers Frankfurters.
or
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Buttered SpInach, ,
Butttr Yellow Cake with SUpPER .. Italian Meat Sauce

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 A core of forest soil measuring Cream Icing.SANDWICH Boiled ,Spaghetti, Pizza Pie, Toasted
' two LINE .. Garlic Bread, Seasoned Cabbage
Telephone 388.2755 by three inches
can con- Hamburgers Grilled Buttered Mixed Vegetables, Chewy,
tain 500 to 600 tiny insects, 100 SUPPER or Frankfurters. Nut Bars. .
VOL. 29 NO. 30 OCTOBER 14, 1971 billion bacteria, and tens of mil- Baked Hamburger" EI Rancho Stew or ..SANDWICH Variety Meat
lions of fungal cells. Noodles Buttered Pie. Buttered Egg Sandwich, Grilled Hamburgers or
Mixed

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The "Australia Vamps' will headline the activities in Hancock Hall MONDAY THRU SATURDAY
Saturday night when petty officers celebrate the (Grand: Opening of their new HOURS: 8:30: AM-5:30PM:
$650.000 facility.. The music will start at 9 p.m.

In addition to entertainment by Tomorrow night will be
the "Vamps", two happy hours "Surprise night. Rest assured
will be featured.For that a band of,the finest qualitywill
you early drinkers, the be on hand to entertain you.
first Happy Hour will be from 5.6 Sunday night will feature the
p.m. The second will start after mellow sounds of the Royal Blue.
you have had time to drive home The "Blue" play a complete
and pick up your lady and bring variety of music ranging from
her back for a few inexpensive country and western to modern
cocktails. It starts at 6:30: p.m. tunes.
and will end an hour later. Hancock Hall features some of e
The emphasis will be on Winingand the best food available preparedby
Dining, so while your lady is Scott 'Scottie' Strickland.
here, invite her for dinner, which Scottie has been in the business
features a 12 oz. T bone with since 1949.
trimmings and a 14 oz. Craft A buffet is served every week
Glass of Chablis Wine all for day from 11 a.m. until! 1:30: p.m.
only $3.See in the main dining room. Daily
( Menu) menus range from fried chickento
The "Vamps", who recently steak at only 1.25 a person.If .
completed a two-week recording you are considering a private
session for a private label, come party or dinner, the banquetroom
from Sidney, Australia. The is available. Arrangementsmust
group has entertained virtuallyall be well in advance by
over the world. After leaving telephoning 772-3521 or *2-2209.
Jacksonville, they will travelto The Stag Bar is open from 11
Hawaii and Japan and will a.m. until! the duty manager
conclude their tour by entertaining closes the area. Uniform
U. S. troops in Viet- regulations are relaxed in the
nam. Stag Bar only.FACTORYTOYOUPRICES.

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Bends

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AROUND CECIL WASHINGTON (AFPS) -
The Navy is testing an instru.
ment that may alert *cienti ti
to the onset of the bends a
decompression sickness, before
the symptoms are seen.
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taken but didn't show up in the The bends can affect divert
paper, don't give up hope! It will who decompress too quickly up.
get there. We go as space is '.... on their return to the surface
R f fP available. ' \ leading: theory of the causes of
% '.Lly the bends is that bubbles whichare
VA-15 ;: produced in the blood stream
AMS3 Daniel D. Rathbun re- block blood flow In the capil.
r enlisted last week for 6 more laries.
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years. Rathbun and his wife The test instrument, called a
Linda and their daughter Dana Ltg.| Jerry Btocktr dopier ultrasonic flowmeter,
'- can detect the formation of the
9 years. A02 Danny C. Vinson, first bubbles before there are
who hails from South Carolina, any ill effects.
f took the re-enlistment oath againat
\ By understanding the physic
j. the VA-15 hangar for 5 more logical mechanisms related to
:1;; years. Vinson also will be the origin of the bends,the Na.
heading for 9 years service time vy believes it can develop more
v... with this enlistmentVA81 accurate decompression tables.
.....'iL..,.... -- Present schedules are largely
A02 Danny C. Vinson based on experience and the
AMS3 Daniel D. Rathburn subjective observation of divers
reside in the local Jax area. With
NAS Cecil... In the Around this 6 year re-enlistment, Rath- 'Sunliner' LTjg Jerry Blockerwas A long-range possibility is
Cecil column this week, VA-15 bun will be on the way toward the promoted to his present rank that the flowmeter can be the
mark. from CWO-2 in recently held basis of an early warning device
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has the spotlight Three men year that will tell the diver undergoing ,
from the Attack Squadron reenlisted s r A02 Morris N. Rhodes re-- ceremonies. decompression that he is
during ceremonies held a enlisted last week for five more about to get the bends and per
last week. The Around Cecil years.,Morris, single, resides at Dreaming mit preventive action before
column would sure like to have 229 Broadview Dr Eufaula, bends symptoms occur.
all the rest of the squadrons Alabama. With this enlistment, Won't Do It
activities too. If your picture was A02 Morris N. Rhodes Rhodes is on the way to a total of

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get ahead in any profession these
days and that certainly holds true
in the military services. If you're .
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you what you'll need to get your
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M. Johnson retired for the Navy during World War II
from Federal Service recently when she went to work at
after 22 years. She spent the last Assembly and Repair, which is
20 years at NATTC and com- now the Naval Air Rework
pleted her career as the supervisor Facility.
of the Personnel Diary
Section. During her stay at NATTC, she
Cdr.Roy II.Paxon Jr.,NATTC worked at AE School in the r
Executive Officer curriculum section until 1956 .
presented her ', '
when she transferred to the
with a letter of appreciation at a
luncheon held in her honor at the Personnel Office.
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Chiefs Club, thanking her for her Mrs. Johnson is a native of
many years of devoted service. Marietta, Georgia and has one _
Mrs, Johnson began her work daughter, Barbara Ann Lundin.
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FIRST TRIPLETS HERE Triplets were born here September 3 at the Naval Hospital for the first
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\ in about 7,500 births. The Hills also have two sons, ages 3 and 4. AMH2 Hill is serving with VA.12.t
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EXO, presents Mrs. Julia M. Johnson a letter of appreciation wpr

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r AROUND CECIL ] -- .,;,> 1\1111,,) New Defects WASHINGTON Device Bends AFPS) -



t The Navy is testing an instrument .
that may alert scientist
to the onset of the bends a
decompression sickness, before
the symptoms are seen.
;.,. taken but didn't show up In the Ji
,. paper, don't give up hope! It will who The decompress bends can too affect divert
get there. We as is l Quickly up.
go space on their return to the surface
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I ? leading theory of the causes of
VA-1S ., '::, the bends is that bubbles whichare

AMS3 Daniel D. Rathbun reenlisted : ; block produced blood flow in the in blood the stream capillaries .
last week for 6 more \ .j ]1 .
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Rathbun and his wife L" "
years -'- -
Linda. and their daughter Dana Ltlg.| Jerry Blo k.r The test instrument called
" dopier ultrasonic fiowmeter,
can detect the formation of the
9 years. A02 Danny C. Vinson, first bubbles before there are
who hails from South Carolina, any ill effects.
I: "' took the re-enlistment oath againat
J,: the VA-15 hangar for 5 more By understanding mechanisms the related physiological to-

years. Vinson also will beheading the origin of the bends,the Na.
,,,,, for 9 years service time vy believes it can develop more

.'... .. -. ..., with this enlistment accurate decompression tables.
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Present schedules
A02 Danny C. Vinson are largely
AMSl Daniel! D. Rathburn VA-81 based on experience and the
reside in the local Jax area. With subjective observation of divers

NAS Cecil... In the Around this 6 year re-enlistment, Rath- 'Sunliner' LTjg Jerry Blockerwas A long-range possibility is
Cecil column this week, VA-15 bun will be on the way toward the promoted to his present rank that the flowmeter can be the
has the spotlight Three men 10 year mark from CWO-2 in recently held basis of an early warning device
from the Attack Squadron reenlisted A02 Morris N. Rhodes re- ceremonies. that will tell the diver undergoing -
during ceremonies held enlisted last week for five more decompression that he is
last week. The Around Cecil years. Morris, single, resides at Dreaming mit about preventive to get the bends action and before per
column would sure like to have 229 Broadview Dr. Eufaula, bends symptoms occur.I .
all the rest of the squadrons Alabama. With this enlistment, Won't Do It
activities too. If your picture was A02 Morris N. Rhodts Rhodes is on the way to a total of

Education is the best way to
get ahead in any profession these
days and that certainly holds true
in the military services. If you're
NOW THRU SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16GIFT
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M. Johnson retired for the Navy during World War II '
from Federal Service recently when she went to work at ''j i .
after 22 yean.She spent the last Assembly and Repair, which is i t'
20 years at NATTC and com now the Naval Air Rework .
pleted her career as the super Facility. '
visor of the Personnel Diary
Section. During her stay at NATTC, she
Cdr.Roy H.Paxon Jr.,NATTC worked at AE School in the
Executive Officer, presented her curriculum section until 1956
when she transferred to the R 1 3'a
with a letter of appreciation at a a
luncheon held in her honor at the Personnel Office.
Chiefs Club, thanking her for her Mrs. Johnson is a native of t ttP
many years of devoted service. Marietta, Georgia and has one
Mrs Johnson began her work daughter, Barbara Ann Lundin.
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time since its opening. The proud parents, James and Milania Hill, show their new daughters Benalene .
| ,Jertrudis and Jacqueline.Triple births art unusual,according to doctors,and occur only once
in about 7,500 births.The Hills also have two sons, ages 3 and 4. AMH2 Hill Is serving with VA.12lt
Cecil Field.
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LETTER OF APPRECIATION Cdr. Roy H. Paxson, Jr., NATTC z
EXO, presents Mrs. Julia M. Johnson a letter of appreciation. itw .f
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'. 1 1itl NAS JaxReEnlistments Flvine; Gators' Get New COJax

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Enlisting in the Marines in 1952
Recently Lieutenant and attending the Navy's night
Colonel Frank R. Pound Jr. and
t training at Pensacola Fla.,
PNC Robert W. Kelley, 3 relieved Lieutenant VMA-142 Colonel Corpus Christ!, Tex., he
III of
Walter J. Bryson aviator in
naval
: the Command Career r in Change of Command graduated as a
Counselor at NATTC, ceremonies held here.
1954.LCol.
reenlisted for four years. .I LCol. Bryson entered the Pound has served with
the Platoon such units as the 1st Marine
Marine Corps through
ADCS T F. Donnelly, --- ------ the 2nd
ADCS DonntJty| Leaden Class and was com Aircraft Wing in Japan
CVWR-20 Maintenance
missioned a second lieutenant Marine Aircraft Wing at Cherry
Coordinator, reupped for after he graduated from the Point N. C., and he also served
four years. University of Florida In 1952 as a flight instructor at Pen
later earning his aviators wings. sacola from 1955 1957. $ 4
Richard D.
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GySgt. has been commanding
tb He graduate of 1 /t
a ,
LtCoLPoundls
Llpka, AE School Instructor l officer of VMA-142 since 1969 and of Florida, where he ; v
at MATSG, Is now serving with the 25th Staff University received his BS and LLB degrees.He Lt. Col. Pound
reenlisted for two years Group (Aviation) at Jackson
Is married to the former
him total of 15 ville. New ContrabandLaws
giving a serving Armstrong. They have
LCol. Pound has been Betty
years of active duty. as the XO of VMA-142 and cameto three children and reside in
the squadron In 1965. Cocoa Beach, Fla. In Effect

Sgt. Michael M. Myrickwas

promoted to his PWC Kelly PO Paddock Is VP-5 Jax-Recently there has beenan

present rank upon 1 _........11 "" Increase in the incidence of
reenlisting in the Marine military passengers carrying or

Corps for a period of six Sailor Of The MonthGary shipping items in aircraft.contraband explosive

He is a MATSG AO
Instructor. Wayne Paddock was of professionalism so evident in Many times this hazard is
recently selected as the VP-5 that division. During the Fleet compounded when personnel are
Sailor of the Quarter. AZ3 Air Wing Eleven pre and post- unaware of restrictions against
Paddock, who joined the "Mad deployment Inspections this year, such transport until confronted
Foxes" in 1910,has been workingin Paddock was mentioned, by with this information at air
HONDA the Maintenance Administration name for his outstanding work as terminals, resulting in aban-
Division of the Maintenance Logs and Records donment of the hazardous itemsin
MOTORS A CYCLES CO. a "Foxes Den" and has been instrumental Yeoman. He has also been or near the terminal.To .
MI BLANDINO BLVD. \ in promoting and selected for advancement to alleviate this problem, a
PHONE 7714244 maintaining the high standardsIT'S second class petty officer, effective joint service publication that
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OySgt. Upka
clearly' defines prohibitingitems
: November 1, 1971.n
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J 1 Further 1 'boughtOn

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Marijuana
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I I By HMJ Bill Aiken BY UJI) C.l. Frank
Jax Jess Steam's The wit. The commentary bogs down Establishment." Although he .cho
not cause phy c disorder
may 'in
P Seekers is an in-depth, perceptive occasionally with abstract displays admirable open Because marijuana marked patholocal! change In the physically' the
sincere study of the drug philosophy, but generally Is very mindedness (probably through mentally sane or healthy,
scientific Investigator or even
<' abuse problem in the "new interesting. great effort) throughout his its dangers can get by a a practicing
.' nhy.chtatrist. Nothing short of a close personal relationship permit
generation. Unfortunately, there are two discussions with younger people,
Mr. Steam methodically deals major flaws with the information there is, nevertheless, a constant full realisation of the disastrous results matfuana use on personality. .
t with the whole gamut of drug presented. The first is the fact note of hidden, and sometimes Even a few months of habit undermines the willpower of the

abuse, ranging from the clean that much of the technical data not-so-hidden, disbelief, as when
user.Whenever
cut, sophisticated young occasional about the drugs is unavoidably he frequently becomes openly ayoungperson refuses to believe that personality change
pot smoker, through the outdated. Steam began his workon critical. may result from using marijuana he should undertake some observation -
"hippie" types, down to the The Seekers about 1964 and It This Is not to say that many of of his own of other young people who are using the drug.
pitiful hard core addicts. was published in 1969. Drug his attitudes deserve criticism, Without exception, young people are deeply shaken by the character
The format of the book is bated abuse educators today realize but the author did not maintain a changes In others-the changes they saw only after their attention was
on the author's personal encounters that any information, especially fair Impartiality. lie is, in many directed toward them.
and conversations with concerning the more controversial cases overly defensive of his So, while some 'Investigations may correctly find nothing 'wrong'with
drug users. The reader's Interest drugs, is seriously in generation and some of their marijuana use, young people may still go to pieces emotionally
Is held easily throughout the question, even after one year. basic concepts. because they were unwarned of lit more subtle dangers.You .
book, due to the variety of per. This may seem relatively In- This book would be valuable must know an enemy be/ore you can defeat him. Knowledge of
sonalltles dealt with and Mr. significant until one understandsthat reading for most adults today in an opponent Is uniformly the ultimate weapon In,almost every type of
Steam's professional eloquence the very essence of good that Steam shows great perception contest. Learn from what has been proven In order to make your own
laced with light touches of dry drug education today is telling and many of his insightsand intelligent decision on the use of marijuana. Adolescents and young
the truth telling it like it lal! realizations are commonly adults are the liveliest element of population. But look at those who
The youth of today have a accepted as basic tools in the have been victimized by joining the drug culture, a culture created by
ALSAGiiv fantastic propensity for "turningoff" psychology of understanding the insignificant personalities who realize that 'misery' loves company'and
[ ,or flatly refuting to listen to drug abuse problem of today's that use marijuana as most people chew gum. Drugs have
'- ._ any material with even a small youth. drained their initiative/ sapped their' will and destroyed their 'Inner
Item of misinformation, This knowledge could help stability. Their minds are dulled, their bodies wracked by drug-
propoganda or exaggeration In It. many parents understand and induced chemical imbalances. When they are lively, it (I. a frantic
This Is for the most part due to deal with the problems of drug liveliness. Overstimulated by drugs, they are distraught and dis
the fact that the majority of drug abuse before they begin! *- turbed.
abuse Information being put out It(I. real error to think that use of marijuana ,Is Incapable of harm to
until now has been propaganda, UfUC'I wolfs os IRAYEpILUT18CAt the user. Of course, discounting mental or physiological harm, it all
Eg: VOLKSWAGEN exaggeration and Irresponsible t'O1SS.' depends on how much an individual values his psychological com-

m RIDES AGAIN lies, delivered by almost totally r'IJI 4: .'.\ \ ItN@ positioned interpersonal relationship. Don't fall to ask yourself what
Ignorant "experts" or (\. \': ,, ,,,- would come next you're 'fooling around' with marijuana 'just for
"educators. kicks' or because 'everybody else Is doing it.'
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70 V.W. $2000VI through no fault of his own, very 1t !;i
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70 V.W. $2250VI j Dope ComFairJaxDrugAwareness Team" ij
511A Squareback,auto. radio,

air 70 V.W.cond. $1900 Learn To FlyIntroductory I. I

PI.257 Squareback, radio & 4 sp. On

70 V.W. $2300 Lesson ,', ,"
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air cond. Private I I
69 V.W. $1600 Commercial FREE
PI-160A Fastback, radio, 4 sp. Instrument Instructor Dope
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69 V.W. $1550 ApprovedCourses Tree :: :;i
PI-177A Fastback radio 4 r:
tp. Available Only $; All samples of mescaline analyzed in the Jacksonville area by 11
69 V.W. $1800
VI-540A Squareback, radio, air :g: the Federal Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs over the :8:::
cond. luggage rack B auto. HERLONG AVIATION, INC. :::jj::: past two and a half years have been found to be LSD. $::::

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air.70 cond.Opel $1295 shoring the whole ideal!

Sed. RiH, 4 sp.
70 M.G. $1800
Midget Rost.
70 Fair Racer $1700 INTERNATIONAL CREDIT UNION WEEK 1971
hardtop
70 Maverick $1650 OCTOBER 17-23

Auto., air, radio
69 Ford $1600
Country Sed 10 past wagon,
loaded
69 GTO $1500
4 sp. R&H, 26,000 miles.
68 Old's $1100
Cutlass, 2D. ted.
68 Ford $1300
LTD. 4d. HT loaded.Jacksonville's .





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in over 80 countries will celebrate the anniversary -

of the founding of the
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movement this year. /I&/I
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I Chief Takes OOD' -PostJax ----




first recently- Navy when history an scored enlistedman a smaller ships, Including Deck to his present O.O.D. post.
took minesweepers and 31-foot-long The Chief,a veteran of 20 years
charge on the
bridge
Officer of the Deck aboard the as river patrol boats a small in the Navy, is no stranger to the
carrier USS comparison to the 1,039 foot aircraft carrier. From 1961 to
in the Mediterranean.Chief Saratoga., underway long Saratoga.Aside 1965 he served onboard as leading
Radarman from his experience with petty officer in a division of the
Wilfred other ships, Chief Evans
Evans is the first enlisted brings Operations Department lie was
his knowledge as a radarman again assigned aboard Saratoga
crewman to step into the and
post
with
him when he assumes the last November.
O.O.D.now stands- a regular responsibility duty as which the watch. As his primary duty, he Throughout his Navy career,
makes operational Chief Evans has
recommendations "captained"tank
puts him in charge of the Sara'soperation
to the bridge and landings ships (LSTs) and
directly under the works with a knowledge of minesweepers. In Vietnam from

James Commanding Sanderson.Officer, Capt. Saratoga's physical and handling 1969 to 1970, he was in charge of /Z
characteristics. This knowledgepaid two river patrols gunboats in a U, -
It was a study in contrast for off, as he advanced from S. river division and
the was an REPORTING for his watch. Chief Evans salutes
chief. lie has served Saratoga's
as
Junior
Officer of the Watch advisor for Vietnamese
a river I
commanding crewman of Commanding Officer, Capt. James R, Sanderson.
through Junior Officer of the 'patrol group.
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Scouts Visit Fire StationJax



Although Fire Prevention Week is a once a-year event, the men at Fire
Station No. 1 went out of their way to instill the year round spirit of fire

prevention in members of Cub Scouts Pack 129.

'" t1 The young scouts from Doc- submarine warfare field. Ray Meadows of NARF, brought
.:4' tor's Inlet were hosted to a tour of The leader of Pack 129, AFCM the scouts aboard for the day
.".. the fire station here last week. I
rI't They wound up their visit with a
..
tour of Patrol .
Squadron Five and -
lunch at Galley One. :
TT Mike Sweller of the Fire Station
"
"
ANka
I 4 presented a lecture and a PLY TO FREEPORT
demonstration of the elements of

.... fire, its dangers and the GRAND BAHAMAS
procedures for reporting a fire.
_
He emphasized the dangers in
Kt"i", "'"' common household items such as HOLIDAY SPECIAL

.. ,. gasoline, matches and papers.
Later, everyone took their turn TRANSPORTATION $2995
sliding down the fireman's brass LUNCH GUIDED TOURS
pole.Most of the boys tried on the
special 'crash crew' protective OPTION PLAN $3.00 Departure Fee

clothing that is used in fighting Flights Leave Jax 8 A.M. Sat. Oct. 16 & 23.

aviation fires. For Information, reservations Call
ADJ1 James Suddeth, a flight
engineer ,with the VP-5 Mad VIRGINIA E. BELL, Realtor

A SPACE MONSTE RTTf-Just young Rusty Suddeth In a fireman's Foxes demonstrated the
"Crash Crew;'helmet. squadron's newest D1FAR- 264-2488

VP49 Makes Special Delivery The equipped Orion P-3A is a long-range Orion aircraft, land- I or 356.2462 (Answering Service)

.. based patrol aircraft and is the
Navy's mainstay in the anti
I Jax Patrol Squadron 49, destrom Air Base, where it was
currently stationed in Keflavik, made ready for the final trip to
Iceland and due to arrive here Godhope by ship. The Rolling Hills C-JO
Jan. 1, made a few trips to The final shipment was made
Greenland recently.The September 17 by the Wood
pecker's Crew Four, under the M
object was not to take in command of Lt Mike R. Holland.
I. the sights or purchase some This marked the completion of s ., h, o _dt r
icebergs. Instead, the purpose of another job well done, thanks to
the flight was a "special the Icelandic Seventh Day Ad-
delivery" for the Greenlanders. ventist church and VP49.ATTENTION.
::
Here's the whole story. ..........i................

The Icelandic branch of the
Seventh Day Adventist church
group has a yearly project
designed to help the less for-
tunate people of Greenland. Each
September, they collect and
package clothes which are to be
sent to needy Eskimo families.

I| This year;the collection was so
large that pie Icelandic requiredsome 7726LENOxAVE. $23,000 to $24,700
assistance making their
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scheduled delivery.
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the cargo planet the Forty Miners ;: s-: :+ t io ':: utility, long low sweeping line;
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President Nixon has recommended legislation to repeal the 7 per cent excise tax on new passenger
cars retroactive to August 15,1971.General Motors and or Nlmnlcht Chevrolet Company will refund MAY NEVER
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and the date on which the tax is repealed. BE ABLE TO BUY

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WE GO AGAIN could be the thought going through Harptr's mind as he placesthe MONDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYNQONTOSrU' '
mail he picked upon the run In the appropriate box in the mail truck. Who's next? Every
I

Confronting Racial Inequai j!fines BOWLOMAT1C LANES.


aware that we must continue to reached the threshold of un-
AFPS EditorialBy make progress-that despite the derstanding that inequality has, ?600BLANDIN00UYI>: PH $84221AT
Col.Keith Christensen,USAF, great strides which have been in fact, existed. FOOT Q BRIDGE
taken, we must quicken our ef- We have just now reached the
It seems that every periodicalwe forts-that much remains we can point where public admissions
pick up these days contains are made that elements of: our
hundreds or thousands of words do.Perhaps some wonder what, society have not always enjoyedall
directed at the inadequate way how where?And, of course that's the freedoms they were THIS IS WHERE
our society has dealt with race the guts of the problem. I have guaranteed. And all we need to
relations. There is a very valid enough faith in our society to continue our progress is.com WE FLY
reason for that,I think. It is the believe that if a majority in this munication. There are better
most serious problem our country had recognized solutions to problems than those
generation will ever confront. inequality of opportunity for whatit which are reached through
have violence. It is to all of
The tenets of our republic, the was, restitution would important
very basic freedoms upon which begun sooner and without us that we collectively seek those
this country was founded, are violence. We have just now solutions.
being tested by the issues evolved s w'
in our admixture of blacks 6 -10 m.
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recent years must teach us to serve the Military Installations In all their air transportationneeds.
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I Help For Service Families In Finding Fair HousingWASHINGTON \Cecil & CFq(


-. Are the Investigating on their own to find on HRO's than Navy wives. authorized to live in the civilian
Services serious about the Equal out how to let the Services take And yet, the HRO is frequentlythe community, with a personalizedand NAS Cecil Field has surpassedtheir
Opportunity program? Do theyreally care of them. key to solving the most urgent conveniently available goal for the Combined
try to 'take care of their Homing Referral Offices and difficult problem facing the service to assist in locating Federal Campaign. Cecil had 85
own?' Consider Housing Referral bewildered and travel weary suitable, non discriminatory, percent of their goal by the
The Services do try, but Offices HRO's,), for example. A military family arriving at a new off-base housing. second week and now after the
sometimes the going gets a bit recent Navy survey revealed that installation. finding a place to This is how the program works. third week Cecil has gone over
rough especially when ser out of 7,000 Navy wives queried, live off-base in a strange community Each HRO is required to: the margin. Nine hundred and
vicemen and their wives don't fewer than half were aware of the And the HRO may proveto (o-Malntaln a complete,up- to- fifty four people have contributed
keep up with strategic items in existence of HRS's. be a special benefit for the date listing of suitable apart- $11,738.65. The original goal was
Service newspapers, daily Without checking with wives in black Service family that could ments, trailer courts, and houses 11,422. Cecil is 316.65 over the
bulletins, and on bulletin boards.Or the Army,Air Force,and Marine run a risk of humiliation or for rent within the commutingarea goal with a week left to con-
; if they to the it's that which available to all
are new Corps, a likely guess are tribute.
rejection by racially prejudiced
Service, if they fail to do a little they, too, are no more up-.to-date landlords, in addition to the usual military personnel without One more unit contributed 100
discrimination and 150 percent over
house hunting problems faced segregation or percent ,
by family not assigned to because of race, color, sex, their goal was the Naval Weather
every
on-base housing. religion, or national origin; list Service Environmental Detach-

The best way of describingwhat the rents asked; provide In- ment.
a HRO can do is to quote an formation on schools, churches, The following have contributed
example reported in a recent shopping centers, and other 100 percent:
issue of a Service in community services; and display
newspaper
Germany. If a certain staff maps showing locations. Civilian Personnel 100 pet

sergeant has his way, says the 0-Counsel military personnel on Dental 100 pet
article, newly arrived families how to obtain assistance IP Navy Exchange 100 pet
e eI will have much of the hassle and resolving complatins between Naval Weather Serv. 100 pet

/ legwork eliminated from their tenants. and landlords.
house hunting chores at his o-Act as ,a point of contact for NAMTD with 70 people
Installation. military personnel who encounter assigned contributed 1,306 which
I discrimination when was 146 percent over their goal.
Trouble Shooting SergeantThe seeking off-base housing. Congratulations Cecil for

-, \ sergeant,who is black, is a o-Advise commanders on oustanding participation and
s.
"s
'.\' troubleshooter for the local imposing restrictive sanctions keep up the good work.

Housing Referral Office His jobis against rental properties that are
black not made available to all per
to assist Americans -
sonnel without discrimination.
\ and white who are searching
Restrictive Sanctions
the German
for housing on
economy Just as important, Restrictive sanctions are a key
Now Sale! though, is his task of ensuringthat factor in eliminating housing

landlords do not discrimination.
Often a black serviceman only
offers... discriminate against Americansin suspects discrimination but
any manner.
doesn't think he can prove It.
of Defense
the best of all directive A Department states that if landlordsare Furthermore, he doesn't want to .
appear to be a complainer or
found guilty of practicing
possible auto loansSee discrimination in choosing arrives troublemaker at a new as base.soon as he Li''C
tenants, rental restrictions will
What the black (or Mexican-
Us Today And We'll Show You How be placed on their property and American or Indian or Nisei)
To Save On New Car FinancingORANGEPARK. they will be barred from rentingto serviceman may not realize is
American servicemen. that his report, added to other
At present there are HRO's at the HRO
reports, can help
& d more than 442 military In WHAT
establish a pattern which will HEAVENLY DAY BUT
c stallations.The prove that a landlord is actually THERE I GO TALKING SHOP AGAIN> !
scope of the program and practicing discrimination.
Its importance in the eyes of The two steps all servicemenare

Defense officials and Service urged to take to assist in WOMEN NEEDEDPART
chiefs indicated by the fact that '
U.S. HIGHWAY 17 PHONE 264-9526 ORANGE PARK combating discrimination are:
its FY 1970 budget was$8 million. o-Report to the HRO on arrivalat TIME WORK
Member FDIC The main objective, of the a new base. Car Necessary-Fun&ProfitUO

program is to provide military o-File a complaint with the
personnel and their families, IIRO if discrimination is en-

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Put your earn 398-8926
HIGH PAY. Work when & where you musical fantasy starring Gene HOSPITAL: 'BUNNY 0'
wish. NO FEE. Call: CASH 70 MOBILE HOME Wilder and Peter Ostrum. 'G' E HARE'
NORRELL We buy, sell and trade equities. 12 x 45, 2 BR, Part. furn., $3300. 353- (110 mlns.)
Temporary Services Louise T. Bailey 1251 ext. 36, 725-5818. .
771.3605 HOSPITAL: 'THE ANDROMEDA
3965371JOE'S Broker
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HANDYMAN SERVICE OAK HILL PARK HURRICANEAnchor Saturday;October 18
Large, 3 BR trI.level l' ".000.$8,000 Kits, Reasonable. 764.7136,
The Impossible we do Immediately. dwn.5210 mo. LCdr. Murphy, 771.3211 768.7982. NAS: 'RYAN'S DAUGHTER'Color j;....., )" '
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.
painting, household repairs, minor drama starring Robert "

appliance repairs, screens, fixtures, PRACTICALLY NEW Mitchum, Trevor Howard and
glass,etc. Joe Hurwitz,264-4135 (USN 3 BR IVj' Bath,W to W carpet, Built In TRANSPORTATION. Sarah Miles. 'GP' G (192 mins.) DEER
RET Range and Oven, AC, Priced to sell. HOSPITAL: 'WILLIE WONKA
BEELINE FASHIONS FHA or VA. 5839 Wending Drive. &THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY'Sunday SPRINGS ESTATES
Louise T. Bailey ATLANTIC RENT-A-CAR
&
Needs managers stylists, Free
wardrobe twice yearly. No. Collec Broker 771.3605 18 yrs. and up. Free Delivery, 387- ,October 17 ...ATKEYSTONE

ting. No delivery. Car necessary. For HOUSE FOR SALE 5413. NAS: 'VON RICHTHOFEN & HEIGHTS

Infor. call 771.4452 or 2466259. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, living BROWN' Color war drama MOBILE HOMESITES
room, dining room, fenced utility CHEVY-TON PICKUPV
WANTEDSECRETARIES John Law and
starring Phillip Clyde W. Simpson & Co
room. Call 721.2299.9:00 a.m. .7 p.m. Stick, Extra good condition. $740.
ASTRO MOTORS Don Stroud. 'GP' G ((97 mins.)
Experienced Bank Help, Full or Part QUICK MOVE IN 6566 Normandy Blvd. HOSPITAL : 'RYAN'S REALTOR 356-6849

time.1st Bank&Trust Co. S1200 equity, assume mtg. & pay 5101. DAUGHTER'
1234 Kings St. a mo. 2 Bedroom, 2 Baths, air cond., CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS
Recently redecorated.Call 2404 "1969 FORD FAIRLANE
(between Park& Post) today
Eudine Drive. 6 cyl. Stand trans., Radio 2 dr., HT,
PARTTIME FLOOR WAXERS Louise T. Bailey $1,000 as Is. "'-ESTSIOE
WANTED 771.3605 Broker 1969 RAMBLER
Approx.5 hrs.per night,Monday thru 6 cyl.,4-dr. sedan,needs work$650.as
Thursday. Apprentice SI.65, experienced Is. :
SI.85. Call 396-4022. FORYOUR RETIREMENTBuy 196.CAMARO VOLKSWAGEN INC.
Land Z 28, V-8, Stand. trans., Sport Group. <:::., .... :::
HELP WANTED Values up every yearl! 2 acres & up. Good Cond. $1995.CALL .
Typist, Accurate, 70 wpm on electric Convenient to Bases, expresswaysand RON ROHRER
machine, also general office work, no city. Country Atmosphere. Ext.2411 or 117.1'22
boring routine, $2 per hr. or more S1.000.00 per acre & up. 30 percent WE FINANCE 100 %
depending on ability. Holt, 387-3566, cash & 10 year mortgage to owner.
for Interview. Your Best Investment. 1948 MUSTANG
WYNNE REALTY OF FLA.,INC., V-8, Stand.' Trans., One'owner. Low
4653 Highway Ave. _389.5514 mileage. Exc. Cond. $1550. Call GUARANTEE
MISCELLANEOUSGEORGE'S Jeanne at Credit Union. 7722431.

EQUITY BUY We gave them the VW 16.point Safety and Performance Inspection.Then .
Pay small equity and move In this 62 FORD WAGON we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
KENNELS night. 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath, home. Auto trans., R&H. $190. And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
Est. 1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded. very New w-w carpets, drapes, air cond. ASTRO MOTORS major mechanical parts*for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
Pick up & Delivery Available. fenced yd. Total price $12,000. 6566 Normandy Blvd. double check.
Grooming, Deflealng & Bathlnq.
Louise T.Bailey
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Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard 771-3605 Broker 71 SUPER BEETLE ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085 $200. equity, Bal. $1600. 764-7136, 768- ASSEMBLIES tBRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Edgewood Crt. 3890064. __ FOR SALE BY OWNER 7982.
Brick Home Cedar Hills area, 3 BR, 2 70 VW Sedan $1795

BEARADIOOR B, Dining Rm. Den Kitchen equip. 61 VW CONVERTIBLER Diamond Blue, 4-Speed Transmission, Radio and Heater.
ANNOUNCER Breakfast rm. screened patio over Runs very cood. $440. '
For more Information call 356.8351 looking built In pool. Privacy Fence, ASTRO MOTORS 69 VW Sedan $1895Factory
any hour. plus fenced playarea. Fully Carpeted. 6566 Normandy Blvd.
Assume SVi' with large equity or rebuilt engine with 6,000 mile or 6 months warranty,
$24,000.6838CHERBOURON. Blue, Air conditioned Radio and Heater.
7728544. Total
NEW RCA AND ZENITH STEREOS refinance.

Consoles some with AM-FM, tape AM FM Radio 70! ,VW Like new. Under 69 VW Sedan $1650
players. At dealers cost to liquidate
2 Baths, Den, air cond., warranty. Call 772.9634 before 4 p.m.:
stork. Full warrantyl! Phone 771-0409. 3 Bedrooms Radio and Heater, Speed.
fenced yd. FHA or VA terms.

LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH 771.3605 Louise T, Bailey Broker LOST LEASE 66 VW Sedan $1295

Wilford's Fish Camp. 2649707. MUST MOVE Beige, Speed, Air lonomoned, Radio and Heater.
Must sell everything. All prices
FLY TO WHERE? WE BUYS SELL EQUITIES reduced. 66 VW Sedan $1095Blue
Anywhere, you want, flight Instruction Call.us for quick service. Royce Smith Used Cars
Morrison I.Taylor,Inc. Radio & Heater.
or charter. Call Dick or Bill 1557 Cassat Ave. 384-3658

7812636. MOWING _4543 Weiconnett 771.3053 Blvd. 69 VW Fastback ?????
LAWNS EDGING
Curbs, sidewalk and driveways. We 69 VW Factory rebuilt engine with 6,000 mile months guarantee,
ORANGE PARK Low mileage, very clean. 7863611. 68 Auto. trans., Air conditioned, R&H, Beige.
clean up the mess and leave It neat. & Air, 2 old 250 246.0884 .
3 BR,2 B, Cent. Heat yrs. DT-1 Yamaha Very
Call Hart/771-3211.-Ext. 8340. Walter Vance,Assoc. quick, Ready for dirt. 68 VW Fastback $1495
Jack Valentino,
6'i Radio and Heater.
; HEATING Real Estate Inc. 4-Speed
Central Furnances, Wall Furnances, 3988191 MLS Realtor 2644367 FOR SALE
Space Heaters, Clean and repaired. 1966 Triumph Sports Coupe$600. cash. 69 VW Squareback $2095Air
Call 388-3601.
Tyler's Heat and Air Condo Conditioned, 4Speed. Diamond Blue' R&H.

4711 Palmer 388-S161 Lake Shore I RENTALS, 6SSIMCA 70 VW Squareback $2195

clean make offer. 3843658.
60 FT.GOLD SOFA ORANGE PARK Speed transmission, R&H.

Gold chair, 2 wood-end tables & wood 2 PR.. Apts. turn., or unfurn., Dishwasher 71 VW Camper
coffee table. Fair' condition': T. R. Drapes Carpets, Elizabeth MUST SELL $3595Radio
Davidson 772-3156 between 8 & 4. AptS., 771-1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS.. 1970 Open, Blue, White Int. Exc. Cond. and heater, only 5,000 miles.
771-4257 Weekends.After 5 weekoays.
ST. BERNARD MALE 71 VW Bus $3095
AKC, 10 mo.old.Must sell. Best offer
Living
2-Bedroom
Air Conditioned passenger, 7,000 miles, R&H.
over S125. Cecil Ext. 8211.AKCMINATUREDACHSUND
Bkfstnook,
Room, Kitchen VALIANT WE ALSO HAVE A NICE SELECTION OF
parklngspace for 2 cars, water, Station wagon clean. 1st 5450. 384-3658.
sewage, garbage, lawn service GOOD, CLEAN IMPORTED COMPACTS AND
For stud. 771.3211 Ext. 8200. Furnished.$120. Unfurnished$100 plus DOMESTIC AUTOMOBILES.
4 percent sales tax. 387.2541
SEWING TO DO 64 FALCON
Ladles and school dresses, robes, Weekends, 389 0744. 2.Door Hardtop, 6-cyllnder, Stick, R & : .
paunchos, drapes, and curtains. 356- H. 5540. ''
0361. ORANGE PARK ASTRO MOTORS
2 BR,Apt. Furn.,5 mlns. NAS Conv. to 6566 Normandy Blvd.17UCOBIASEAQUEEN. WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
Schools. Rent to TAD Personnel or

REAL ESTATE" Bachelors. 2646884.MOBILE .

F-G Day Cruiser, 75 HP, Evlnrude, INC.
Gator tilt trlr. C-G Equip. $1495. 771- ,
HOMES 2456, after 7.
'HIDDEN WATERS"Black usa LANE AVE. SO PHONE 781-5511
Creek, Canal' or f lots ,

available. Excellent fishing ooatlng Also, ---- 49MUSTANGMACHI I IR ,OPEN DAILY T09130.SATURDAY ITOS
swimming. Mobile Home area. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 8 track stereo. Candy apple
& H SUNDAY
wooded 1 TO. PM
permanent home area. High NAS, clean modern
1 Qtr. Mile No. of red. 351 cu. In. $2200. Call 264.2930after
E. Lake .
mile
lots. E-Z Terms. One
Asbury No. 209. La Rue 725-3992. trailer"! and Apts. 3893007. 5 pm weekdays. ,
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Nattc Continues _


r t. EYESIGHT LEGENDARY Football BattlesJax

; Someone is kill By the time an eaglet is
; trying to our. four weeks old its sight is On Tuesday, October 5,

eight times sharper than a NATTC students began their fifth
I man's. Its remarkable eyes week of touch football com-

f can focus from telescopic almost petition.Meetings.
to microscopic vision, on the South Field

t NATIONAL SYMBOL and a mature golden eaglecan were two very evenly matched,

detect a rabbit fully halfa and so far, undefeated teams. .

mile away. The Bengals and the Chargers
The eagles suffer unfairlyfor played a game which may proveto
l their reputation as hunt be the biggest of the season.
ers. Ranchers kill them for Half-time found each team
yi4e1 allegedly preying on sheep. scoreless. The Chargers team

nut studies indicate the birds captain J. M Grimm, was
live mainly on rabbits, squirrels leading his team in a beautiful

snakes, and smaller defensive effort against the
birds and rarely on sheep.A .
Bengals. With three minutes left

survey in Scotland show- in the game, a 30-yard pass playto
ed that in a region producingsome Dawkins of the Bengals gave

4,000 sheep in five them the touchdown and a six

years, only seven became point lead over the Chargers.

R ;? fe meals for eagles. These may They then came back with the
have been lambs that died at
two after play to defeat
point
birth, for eagles will feed on
their foes
80.
carrion.
,. The game on the North Field
Naturalist John Craighead
was proving to be no runaway
in the
reported September The Jets and the Oilers
WASHINGTON (AFPS) ters in Texas and New Mex- years before: the practice was 1967 issue of National Geo- both game.scored a touchdown in the
The of ico. banned In 1962. Today, both graphic that observations of \
killing: 48 eaglesin first half. A pass play to Manning ,
the remains of 980 animals
has golden eagles and bald eaglesare
Wyoming recently of the Jets, and a 20.yard run by
alarmed naturalists fighting CONTINUE TO DWINDLE on the Interior Depart found In 38 aeries in Mon-
Frey of the Oilers left them tied
to save them from extinctionin About 800 pairs of nesting ment list of endangered spe tana disclosed only two lambs, at 6.6. Both teams failed at the
North America. eagles remain in the United cies. Killing them is a federal and these may have been
About bald and States Assistant offense. dead before the eagles flew point after play.
30) golden Secretaryof
off with them. After a grueling second half,
eagles were felled by poison the Interior Nathaniel While the bald eagle is
the still the
bait presumably set out to Reed reports, and their fu- America's national bird, Per- The golden eagles' chancesof score was same
which meant an overtime sessionwas
kill Fifteen birds uncertain.In making comeback re-
coyotes. ture is a
sian armies and Roman legions
were electrocuted when they 1967 researchers found main slim. The birds matureat necessary, After four plays
marched behind the
landed on power lines. And only 18 pairs of golden eagles standards of the golden eagle. five years and may live each, the Oilers had the yardageto
although they are protectedby in a 1,260-square-mlle Shakespeare described it as more than 40. But a pair pro win the game 76.
federal law, at least three area of Montana, or one pair a "feather'd king." duces less than two eggs in Wednesday was proving to be
golden eagles were shot by for every 70 square miles. two years, and not all of another type of day, The Vikings
hunters. Poisons and hunting continueto In falconry, only kings and these hatch. team standings were taken over

The great birds that once take their toll, and con- emperors were permitted to Some eaglets die in falls by a completely new team due to
were seen over most of the servationists had hoped Wy- hunt with the eagles. The from cl iff top nests. Other graduation of its former mem-
United States are found today oming's remote canyons spirited birds were used for eagles elude hunters only to bers. Experience payed off for

chiefly in Wyoming, Mon might provide a refuge. hunting in the time of KublaI alight on power poles, cross their foes, as the Saints Cole,
tana, Idaho and California, At least 20,000 golden ea- Khan, and hunters still the wires by flapping their Martin, Nail, Woodley and
the National Geographic Society gles were shot by hunters employ them In parts of six-foot wings, and electro- Labaree led their team to a 44 0
: says. Some spend win using light planes in the 20 China and the Soviet Union. cute themselves. win over the Vikings.

The other game found the
,
j '- f. ',i"
Giants having a little trouble,
which cost them the game. The

Redskins scalped them 1.0.
The Chiefs must have had the

same trouble on Thursday. They
Choose The Career That
Offers Take your baby let the Colts defeat them 1-0 also.

'c The Most Out Of Life! The Browns and the Raiders on
the South Field were bumping
... heads in a real close game. A
TRAIN FOR A "JET-AGE' CAREER WITH THEAirlines./
touchdown by Steimer of. the

to a specialist.WE Raiders in the first half gave
them a lead. During the second
-.aye A career with the airlines offtn a
challenge for young men and worntn MAINTAIN IT 'f half the Browns held down the
l Prepare for jobs in rttervi- WITH LOVING CARE Raiders scoring and scored a
+ ra.( lions operation, ticketing, pas touchdown and after
"' a point play
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tenger service, ramp agent etc. TOM BUSH Volkswagen
Many company benefits, including themselves to end the game 86. "

travel.' P!7ete4f Squaw Scores for the Browns were by .
Stevens and Pena.
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it j U.S. Confirms GovernmentWill



!t i China PolicyWASHINGTONIn Mobile Ship HomesJax

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a policy statement in early
r Navymen on permanent
;',' August, Secretary of State William P. Rogers outlined { change of duty orders may ship
""f. the new policy of the United States with regard to the their mobile homes at govern-

) seating of the People's Republic of China in the United ment expense, but frequently
Nations.'No encounter delays unless they
provide proof of their orders.
question of Asian policy has common problems which affect Mlle Undue personal delays and
so perplexed the world In the last all of the member nations personal hardships have
20 years as the China questionand regardless of political dif resulted, particularly for men at
the related question of ferences.' sea or overseas whose depen-
representation in the United Secretary Rogers said that .: 'i.JJ dents stateside have tried to
Nations.' the Secretary of State 'consultations which began .. :-". move their trailer home withoutan
said. He added that 'basic to that several months ago have In- A .f( original of his orders.
question is the fact that each two dicated that the question of The Supply Systems Command
governments claims to be, the China's seat in the Security -_. 1' requires the original of the PCS
sole government of China and Council is a matter which many orders, on which will be placed an
representative of all of the people nations will wish to address. In SAIGON The Navy goat, traditional mascot of the U. S. Navy, endorsement, indicating that an
of China.' the final analysis, of course, prepares to leave Intermediate Support Ball Long Phu with U. S. application for shipping a house
'Deal Realistically' under the Charter provision, the troops following their turnover of the base to the Vietnamese NavyStpttmbtr trailer has been made. The
Secretary Rogers quoted Security Council will make this 14. The turnover of U. S. Navy assets to the Vietnamese original of the orders, thus en-
President Nixon's October 1969 decision. We, for our part, are (ACTOV) program Is designed to help their Navy Illume respon- dorsed, will be returned to the
speech with regard to Latin prepared to have this question sibility for supporting their own combat units. The Vietnamese Navy Navyman.
America in which he said 'we resolved on the basis of a decision has been carrying out all surface rivtrint and coastal combat Many excellent travel tips,
must deal realistically with of members of the United operations throughout the Republic of Vietnam since last December. including requirements for
governments..as they are' as the Nations.' Long Phy Is the 23rd U. S. Navy bast turned over under the ACTOV shipping mobile homes, are In.,
basis for the new policy. 'Both in He continued by adding that program, In addition to two radar sites. (OFFICIAL U. S. NAVY eluded in the Navy's publication
Asia and elsewhere in the world,' 'consultations have also shown PHOTO BY PHAN ART MONTENEGRO). "It's Your Move", which is
the Secretary of State said, 'we that any action to deprive the available through the Navy
are seeking to accomodate our Republic of China of Its Supply System.
StaffJax
role to the realities of the world representation would meet with Navy Vet On Bank
today. Our objective is to con- strong opposition in the General
tribute, in practical terms, to the Assembly 'Certainly,' the
building of a framework for a Secretary said, 'the United States William W. Loy, a 29- Jacksonville from 1963 to 1966 as
stable peace.' will oppose it.' year Navy veteran and former training officer of the Naval Air
In announcing the new policy, In his closing remark, executive officer of NAS Jax, has Reserve Training Unit. From l
Secretary Rogers said that 'the Secretary Rogers, said, 'that the joined the staff of the Barnett 1966 to 1970 he served in the
United States accordingly will decision we have taken is fully in Bank on station. Pentagon In the Aviation
support action at the General accord with President Nixon's He will be in charge of business Training Division of the office of
Assembly this fall, calling for desire to normalize relations with development at the banking the Chief of Naval Operations.
seating the People's Republic of the People's Republic of China in office.
China. At the same time the the interests of world peace and Loywhcwas the NASexecutive
United States will oppose any in accord with our conviction that officer here for the past year, 'Worker ants,' a Norfolk
action to expel the Republic of the continued representation in retired this summer. (England) school teacher told
China or otherwise deprive it of the United Nations of the A native of West Virginia, he. her class during a natural history
representation in the United Republic of China will contribute attended Potomac State Collegeand lesson, 'can drag pieces of wood
Nations.: to peace and stability in the the Cincinnati Conservatory. 50 times their own weight. What
Increased Opportunities world.' He joined the Navy in 1942 and do you conclude from that?' ---
The Secretaryof State continuedby served in the North Pacific A boy's hand shot up. 'They t.YE7 SIK I ....". GOOD 1"0
saying that 'representation in during the war. He has been with haven't got no union.' he said. NEAR\ 'OVR VOAGAUJ

an international organizationneed various ships and squadronssince Peterborough, Daily telegraph, iR '" BY 'l41 f: WAS SIR,
not prejudice the claims or I, .\ then. London. 12.10-71 (Quote WHO 1'5 ."
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NEWS.LATWINGER 17
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'" SSgt. Burriss r Traffic


Awarded MedalJax
ViolationsJax

SSgt. William Burris, an
a.M AO "A" School instructor,
received the Navy Com -The following is a reportof
mendation Medal with Combat motor vehicle accidents and
"V" last week from Ll Cot Lee traffic violations for the period of
M. Blanchard, MATSG commanding 27 Sept. 3 Oct.Numbuof.
officer.
He was cited for meritorious Accidents
service in Vietnam as noncommissioned
officer in chargeof This period R
{ the Ordnance Night Crew with This period a year ago 9
Marine Attack Squadron 311, Total accidents this year 258
\ MAG-11, 1st MAW. He was Total accidents through this
assigned there from September period last year 255.
r 1970 until May 1971. Total number of days since last
< .!.>..i.., vehicle accident
t His citation accompanying the Injury In a motor
F'e[ I Q I award notes his exceptional 100.
initiative and resourcefulness. Number of days since an injury
MAD FOXES who* became Patrol Plane Commanders' are (from left) Lt. Thomas Krekel and U.Douglas "Working tirelessly and with last year at this time 9.
Hatcher. Lt. Homer Hawkins (right) is now a designated Patrol Plane Tactical CoordinatorIn meticulous attention to detail,
the P2 Difar equipped aircraft,flown by VP.5.It's SSgt. Burriss skillfully analyzed Number of Violations
assets and anticipated future
requirements. lie initiated actions This period 41Speeding
which ensured the constant 11
availability of ordnance and Reckless Driving 0 .,
enabled his section to maintain a Going through stop sign 3

A Woman's World ] read rapid his response citation.to any situation' Other Violations 27

d 19 drivers appeared before the
--- Traffic Hearing Board on 7 Oct.

Disposition of the cases Includedthe
following:
6 lost driving and parking
privileges aboard the station for
From Pounds To Pennies various periods; 5 were assignedto
complete an eight hour coursein
remedial driving; 5 received
suspensions; 9 were given
Jax Member of NWCA Jax reporting aboard. New Shop, Chaplain and Layette warnings; 1 was dismissed; 7
86 were worth their weight (In They also plan to make a Chairman-tince joining the clubin were fined (U. S. Magistrate);
donation to the United Fund contribution to the Jim Moon and December 1968. and 1 was referred to com-
Campaign a* each lined up to Family Fund. Several new chairmanships manding officer for possible
weigh(In their share to the annual At last week's meeting, the were announced: Frances Anderson r disciplinary action.
campaign at their monthly club welcomed new member as the Foster Child
business meeting. Martha Kannair,Ginger Parrish Chairman Helen Ownby and
At Compton Hall last Wed- and Roberta Shockley. Farewellswere Theresa Hagen ai chairman and MOBILE HOME LOTS |
nesday night, the ladies each bid to Darlene Morton, as co-chairman of installations,
pledged a penny per pound to the she will be joining her husband in Elaine Duval of octal co- ti For Sale :i|:.
fund drive. Iceland this month. Mr*. Morton chairman and Martha Kannair at f:: Restricted Mobile Home ::::
Another campaign success was has been an active member of new poster chairman with I:;:: Development for particular |:.:x.:
the club' big babe sale at the Jax 69 as chairman of the Not Prlscllla Maurice.. as her co- :*; people. Buy your own lot with ::
$ 5350 down or take advantage of :;:$
chairman.
Naval Air Rework Facility last "-' -. ::: a close out sale on double wide ::::
week a* member once again President( Barbara Howard :ft::: homes which are set up, ready ::::
turned out delicious cake and I Vice President Maria Bennettand SSgt. Burriss ;':: to move In. See to appreciate. I ::::
f) Parliamentarian WilmaGoldsberry :ft:::; and'1 tenth miles south of S::>
pastries to bring In funds for their ;!) the V '.:<:: Julington Creek off State Road .:.:
are many
among :: %
activities. :: 13 near Mandarin. :::
the wives had agreedto .. NWCA delegates attending the
Already,
.It' Y Ride WantedFrom ij
Alameda,
adopt the Family Services ,,......, ( National Convention in
Center here In Bldg. 13 as their ......' '" I Calf/ this week. The three left
club project so that member ". Jacksonville Saturday night and Ricker Road and HARMONY
this Saturday.
may earn club point while .{.";.H.1Q expect Member to return of NWCA Jax 86 103rd Street to Timuquanaand VILLAGE
volunteering for the center. The Roosevelt every
invitation to
members had previously' raised M extend an anyone Tuesday and Friday. Will
who is interested to come out the
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!,t Upsets Don't Upset UPicUrn Ballot t' Barker FOInFirsts Wins



U-Pic-Um WinnerJax NAME I In Pistol MeetGySgt

Robert L. Barker, an
In another week of big AGE PHONE) AE "A" School Instructor at
upsets in college football UT2 RANK OR TITLE MATSG, shot straight and true
Ralph Norman of CBU very recently, capturing four first
perceptively spotted all of them SERVICE NUMBER, place awards at the Southern Fall
and became this week's U N Pic 1 , Um winner with a 9. 1 record. (This week's games) 23.
Norman, a native of Pitts- The competition was at the Jax
burgh, Pa., missed a perfect rr TENNESSEE, ALABAMA Police Pistol Range.
score In his first entry ever in the Firing as an National Rifle
contest as his Pennsylvania team J1i' Association Marksman (NRA),
let him down by losing to Dart '" NOTRE DAMEOKLAHOMA NORTH CAROLINA the Gunny captured first place In

mouth. each competitive area; the .22
There were no ties this week COLORADO caliber match, the Center Fire
but some people had been won It'I\H: "r"., I 1 "I 5., '.., match, the .45 caliber match and
dering how ties were determined.Ties In his Grand Aggregate Score.
j SYRACUSE PENN. STATE i I
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are not determined by total L The MATSG Rifle Team also
points scored but by the difference ,14' .j' .'. shined that weekend, grabbing '
in the two teams STANFORDFLORIDA" .
scores. t USC : seven first place awards at the '
So, if a team loses by eight points .,,., I -. .,,,' nj; 'I. ... Gateway 1000 Hi-power Rifle
the person closest to that point '-'"' ; ,;tf ; FSU" Match at Camp Blanding October '' .h .
spread is determined the winner I 23.
Also some people had been ,..* Three first Place Awards went
wondering about how many I UTAH COLORADO STATE to Sgt.Parrlsh Curry,who won .
ballots each person can turn in. the 200 yd.Slow Fire, the 600 yd.
There is no limit to the number of ,,' ," TEXAS. '.!. ____ ARKANSAS., T.' Slow ,fire and the Grand
ballots a person can turn in. f ; ( ,/'IJ J {'" / : Aggregate competition.Sgt. .
Now that everything is clear we ----- Curry was firing as an
should have several perfect UT2 Norman SAN DIEGO D NVER-, NRA Sharpshooter.Two .
scores'next week! first place awards went to ..

automaticwashers BUFFALO .N. Y. JETS' ,:'t', SSgt. James R. McNulty, who "
'., J ""JoI/I" "'t ," :( I'1 came,'out ahead In the 300 yd.
-1 t/, I' Rapid Fire Competition and
sirs Ji: achieved a top Grand Aggregate .
Tie breaker: predict final score on game between Tennessee Score. SSgt. McNulty Is an NRA
FOR and Alabama. Indicate winners in other games by a check Marksman.
"Original"BARB.QUE '' mark. MSgt. Robert D. Pumphrey
RENT BALLOT BOXES for NAS and Cecil Field are located at captured first place in 300 yd. '
$ per I Galley One and the Navy Exchange near the Lay-away counter. Rapid Fire Competition and SSgt. -
8 month Ballots must be in by noon Friday each week or they won't, be I James A. Fisher captured First ,, .
picked up. GOOD LUCK!! in the 200 yd. Rapid Fire Com
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location. a source of fun to members. ,
M Phone 384-4406 ,
This idea was initiated by Bud :
Lucas, Special Services The club has two representatives '
representative to the club, at from Cecil Field: John
U and 3 BEDROOMS their last meeting. Lucas McMananan at Ext. 100 or 786-
GARDEN TYPE APARTMENTS' reminded members that if 4652 and G. G. Hadley at Ext. 586.
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1445 Arlington WALL TO WALL CARPETING shop with parts and other boating representatives call Jack Bower ,'.
LARGE SWIMMING' POOLS accessories that would make the at Ext. 3313 or John Kilchrist at ,
NAS Marina one of the finest Ext. 3538 or 264-9373.

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t yi Invitational Golf





Tourney At NASJax
Jax The Jax Navy Golf Team
defeated the St. Johns River

Junior College Golf Team last
week 291.296 to start their season Last weekend the NAS Ghioto ((2nd), Jack Stephens
off on a winning note. Bill Bernier i Invitational Golf Tournamentwas ((3rd) Adrian Poulin ((4th);
of VA-203 carded a 70 as did held and.In spite of the weat Fourth flight Bill Crement(1st
Norman Secia of Navy Finance. 1r weather, the tournament saw ( ); Bill Wright ((2nd), Norm
Brian White of VW-4 had a 74 and some fine scores carded and it Clive ((3rd), Ernie Mills ((4th);

John Mabanta from Senior BOQ took a playoff in the Championship Fifth flight Butch Williams
carded a 77 in the winning effort flight to determine the ((1st, Herb Smith, (2nd), Jim

Sail Club winner as Wally Mizell defeated Shellman (3rd), Joe Ferranti
((4th); Sixth flight Fred
Kinder to out
Jim come on top.
The Navy Jax Sailing Club is Schneider ((1st), Guy Ponder
John Kincaid hand
Capt. was on
planning a busy fall schedule. It 4 at the banquet and award ((2nd), Ernie Taylor (3rd), Jake
will host the Annual Navy Day
ceremonies to present the awardsto Morris (4th); Seventh Flight
Regatta on October 23 24. the individual flight winners. Larry Fay ((1st), Jim Ferguson(2nd
Commodore Bob Magee anticipate ( ), G. 0. Adams ((3rd),
Included
Other winners
90 100 boats representing INVITATIONAL WINNERS (CL to R) Larry Fay Seventh flight : Charlie Hallums (4th).
a dozen classes will par winner;Butch Wllllams.Flfth flight winner Bill Clement fourth flight Championship flight Wally
ticipate in the event. It is expected winner, Ed Walker flight winner, Kirby Phillips. Second flight Mizell ((1st), Jim Kinder ((2nd), The National Safety Council
that Lt: Dusty Rhoades at winner,Morley Vail.First flight winner, Wally Mizell Championship Scott Mills (3rd), Frank Heyer charged remind everyone that a fully
FICEUR will be present to flight winner and Cap Kincaid and Walt Kelzewskl, tournament ((4th); First flight Morley Vail be carried fire in extinguisher their car should at all
defend his Top Military Point chairman.. Also pictured are Joe MAcDonald, NAS Golf Pro; Don ((1st), Bill Maranville (2nd), times. The beet type for this .
Trophy. The club will also conduct Onstott of Special Services and Bob Reynolds of the tournament Richard Bailey ((3rd), Charles purpose is the stored pressure
Racing Classes from 0900 to committee. Craddock ((4th); Second flight dry chemical type. It can be
1200 on Saturdays from Oct. 30 Kirby Phillips ((1st), Bob used on any kind of fire and
through Nov. 20 for all old and Reynolds ((2nd), Vernon Hayes do does vaporizing not create toxic erases as
new club members who wish to NARJAX Defeats FoxesJax ((3rd), Jim Heffner ((4th); Third should have llqiud at least types.21/2 It

improve or refresh their flight Ed Walker ((1st), Ralph pounds capacity.HH&tt& .
of tactics and rules. NARJAX and Marine attempt.
knowledge Barracks continued their winning MARTD led :;:::<:::: ::::: :{ ::*:m:: ::: : &::::!?::: :::x:: :: .: : *:;;;::; r<(::x.
Those persons who wish to join Medical 8 0 .
the club and participate in local ways last week in Intramural after the first half of play on a
sailboat racing are encouraged to Touch Football action to remain touchdown by Cameron but Green Cove Springs ti:
contact Lt. Bob Magee, the club the only unbeaten' teams after Medical came back in the second Z tiff
commodore, at Ext. 2178. four games. half to win its first game of theseason { <<

NARJAX defeated the Mad 12.8 on TD's by Givens kI'.L.. :...; ..... .... ......:.:. U
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Football Tourney Foxes 22 8 as Stapp scored three and Cobb.
touchdowns for the winners and p
MATSG and FICEUR fought to
Jax NAS Jax will host the Bullock did all the scoring for the a scoreless tie at the end of WtfmHUNTER'S
1971 ComFalrJax Touch Football Mad Foxes. The Marine but 1
regulation
play MATSG came ..
Tournament on October 25. Barracks knocked off Air Ops 14. out the winner In overtime 8.0 as .", 4 ::
Teams that have indicated entry 0 with Forney and Waldrop Grover scored and Mount added SS: : ::::
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far sharing the honors.In : :.t "" ::
so are ComFalrJax, RVAH-3 scoring the point after.
from Albany and VA-81 and VA- other action last week VP-45
174 from Cecil Field: All com moved ahead of the Bees to take Heath scored three touchdowns Ij.SPECIALS; I Iv
for VW-4 to lead his team to
22
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mands and units eligible for the sole possession of second place by
tournament who would like to downing the Bees 80. Larry 6 victory over a winless Com v Ar. USED
munications team Mounourtis ( )
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Athletic Office as soon as of the game and Leon only >> >>
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Thursday evening at 6:30: astro homes. ::r Vinyl roof. S25 5 ::::
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on Enterprise Field. All .inc. .:::: RAMBLER 4 .cylinder,Auto. trans., Nice clean carl I lilts ::
:: N VW. transmission,Air .
:j speed conditioned Excellent condition :
personnel are invited to try out BLANDING BLVD. 264.7900 :$:; sutsit .
for the team. LTJG Williams 3 Miles South of 1.295 :;. VW.Auto.stick shift,Low mileage. sits ::1:::
from NARJAX will be coach of P.O. BOX 687 ORANGE PARK .' ..
the team. 1j 71 CAMINO CUSTOM BRASS HAT $3395 11 1

11II'-' .. I ..NNN/wlNNwwNNNININNMINNINNNNN/xINIMINIrwNNNNNNNUwNNINNNINNI IawMNw :.:'.r' Never miles. been titled Loaded, Including Factory air. Only 2,000 :.:1:1:.

Military Discount 1 MAXIMUM SAFETY :: 41 OPEL2.Door. speed,one owner, New!tires. SItS 1 1
:.:.:: 67 PLYMOUTH BARRACUDA 2.Door Fastback V-6, Factory air, ::
BABY SHOES :: Auto. trans., PS. SItS :.:.
4 HIGH MILEAGE :::: 67 GALAXY 500' 2.Door V.8, Factory air, Auto. trans:, PS, Vinyl ::::
r BRONZEDNot plus EXTRA :::: roof. tits ::::
:::: U CHEVY 4 Door. cylinder,Auto. trans., A good solid car. W ::::

r 40,000 REYNOLDS MILE GUARANTEE 1 1 MORE HUNTER'S SPECIALS (New) 1

1:11972: CHEVY .Ton Wheel Drive ::1:

f( ? PREMIUM TIRE ::: V.8, 4 Speed, Post. Axle, Free wheel Hubs, Side Moulding, Wheel ::1::
Sold By Mail Or Retail Store POLY.BELT :::: carrier, Foam Seat, Gauges, Ready to go In the woods! :.::

The Senti-Metal Co. a, r 1 1 1972 LAND ROVER '88' 4-Wheel Drive 1m

F78xl4 :::;:: Door Wagon, Post Axle,4 speed, On.Off Road Tires, World's Finest :::;:
Representative
ED THURNBURG
PHONE 771.3100 TSa I 2495or :::: 4wD vehicle! :::1:
F78 15
Guaranteed Forever

,; Olhtfr, nit I pr p.ili norly low il I
CLIPPER.SILVERLINET/ / / / 'c 4 PLY r POLYESTER BODY CHEVROLET

2 FIBERGLASS BElTS

FREEWHEELALIGNMENT Four cross bias plies of polyester "I I
MERCRUISER provide a smooth resilient, bump. OLDSMOBILE
STERNDRIVES free ride. Polyester makes a more
AND BALANCED uniform tire. Stays balanced. Two
Ii f MERCURY tires fiberglass belts hold the wide oval
III r r; OUTBOARDS with purchase of 4 tread firmly and evenly againstthe
.....,...... .......:<..<<<"=:''W .,:Wj, road. You get a tire with extra I : I.
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:;$::;::N;:$'"";_.i:"<<';;;::k: INSTANT CREDIT! ordinary stability and up to double
EXPERT'S of conventional wide
:: NO DOWN PAYMENT the mileage
REPAIR tt I LONG TERMS tires. "
SHOP 'i:; ;;1 GET THE YEARS ;1

TRAINED FACTORY '..;>::4 Dir ruiPP TIRE LOWEST PRICES
MECHANICS ." i I/111 LI COMPANY !! j1
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OPEN 8-6 MONDAY 1HRU SATURDAY
264-9835 ;1
1971 CHEVY NOW! mj
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I IN JACKSONVILLE PHILIPS HIGHWAY IS THE PLACE FOR MAS JAX iiaii: ,:
AUTOMOBILE BUYING AND SAVING ACTIONI MORE iiiiitl1,,'i;: ,i
THAN 2500 NEW AND USED DOMESTIC AND :ft !!h do y
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FOREIGN CARS AWAIT YOUR SELECTION, i "- hjj! =!: _;,
.' AT PRICES AND TRADES DESIGNED TO HAS '.W-11'
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h MAKE EVERY CUSTOMER HAPPY.AND -
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JAX
PHILIPS HIGHWAY IS EASY TO REACH :;f/ftfi/ 1 S
FROM ANY PART OF TOWN JUST I A QUICK "
DRIVE ON THE INTERSTATES OR BEACH BOULE-
VARDS. SO COME AND VISIT THESE FRIENDLY.
COURTEOUS DEALERS WHERE THE AUT -ACTION ISI






THIS IS ONLY -

I THE 1972's ARE HERE!
HALF

\\ OF WHAT THE GUARANTEED CARS


YOU GET

( GREMUN HORNET JAVEllN

) Ml .... ::1 AMBASSADOR MATADOR

.' AL SAGER EMERSON RD.. __ When you buy I new 1972 car from an American Motor dealer, }f
.:: ...... American Motors Corporation guarantees to you that, except
.: kw ; + for tires,It will l pay for the repair or replacement of any part Itsupplies
QUALITY SERVICE W@:!:! C that Is defective In material or workmanship. This
s.:. ff : #{ e guarantee Is good for 12 months from the date the car Is first
-:: is the OTHER half. :! :+ ...... used or 12,000 miles,whichever comes first. All we require Is
{' :::::; Z Z : that the car be properly maintained and cared for under
}: IMfff: ::!: : m normal use and service In the 50 U.S. or Canada end that
::. ... ;t guaranteed repairs or replacements be made by an American
: :::;:;:;::: Motors Dealer-
AL SAGERVOLKSWAGEN !
8p' Get p Guarqnfeed Cor TocfaylSQUTHSlpE

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: *}M : AMERICAN'
OPEN SUNDAYS *H* i.|
5735 PHILIPS HIGHWAY ': .;: ;x i % HOME OF THE:.'6UARANTEED. ..:CARS. :FOR ttfi '

PHONE 737-1520 fli ;:5415::Philips Highway Jacksonville *.737-3400 .
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s UNIVERSITY BLVD.
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1 t : '1MIi :> ::> VW, BELOW FREEZE PRICES' q' t'. '' :r j j'I. ,
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'I. "' .;:: = f ON ALL NEW AND USED CARS IN OUR INVENTORY I'

$' 3919 PHILIPS HIGHWAY t1tm: .::Mjik1' }..b '71 FURY III :
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: PHONE 737-4200 r:>:::m:::':::: ::: Auto trans., ::
:. ttWm ,. t t, Power,steering* :? ..
:::::::::::::::::::: :;q; ; r Factory"air. Radio

5 Reasons why Yf:I?i.11Ij:[J. J->< i M'" :I'i. other WW tires extras., and many

NORTH FLORIDA LINCOLN-MERCURY IMf.? l -< 4-Door $ 31 88

is "Tho Reliable One"r:li:. .. i:tMM41 Hardtop

: \f : ?: : 0 1ili@@i1!!! !!i? Extended 11,000mile,18 month warranty '
". 1. Home owned and noerated for 25 years. ::::: ::: :.,;1:. {:::mf;:;: on all '71 Model Demo and Lease Cars! .

2.3.: Only Seven COMPLETE acres of cars U to coin choose Mercury from.dealer In Northeast gl\lMlii;?!:; !;?:! Q 1'1 Ji ii!l iJ l''!I'11' MasseyMixonChryslerPlymouth j 1,

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f Our huge sales volume' will give' you better prices." !! \II .:::1
5. Shop In air conditioned comfort. :::1*:::: :: ;t.=:::::: :::::::::::: ::
lIB :
MONTEGOOMERCURYoCOUGARfCOMEToCAPRI 5801 Philips I Highway
LINCOLN*MARK IV Open til 10:00
: p.m. Phone 737.1611


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