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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 21, 1971
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Navy Day Special Edition .;



WKTZ Lauds :(:

Tomorrow Becomes t ra Navy Day .;<\

Dear Sire: .'
On this occasion of the United ..
Credit Union DayJax States Navy's UCth anniversary,

the management and staff of ..,
WKTZ-AM and FM would (like( to
extend birthday greetings to
has been declared Credit Union
Day, every command at NAS .
the climax of a Credit Union Week proclaimed by Jacksonville. ,
RAdm. Lawrence Geis to mark the 20th anniversary of At a time (In our history when it '
the Jax Navy Federal Credit Union. seems to b* more and more ;
The Credit Union has served more than 30,000 popular to criticize our military,
we would like to pledge our :
members and issued 215,000 loans since its organizationand a support and show our appreciation \
now holds $26 million in assets. for the fine job our '
The Credit Union offers free financial counseling, free Navy (I. doing.
life insurance up to $2,000 and lifetime membership. All ToallNavymen In Jacksonville [
loans covered credit life insurance.In and on ships or stations around
are by the world we at Jones College '
a proclamation declaring the Credit Union Week, Radio wish you every success In 4
RAdm. Geis stated, "On this occasion, I extend to the ? the future (In your job of keeping (
leaders and members of Jax Navy Federal Credit Union ., -. our country lree. J|

greetings congratulations and sincere wishes for I 11
my GENERAL MANAGER of the Credit Union, Don Athearn, watches Sincerely, i
continued success in serving their fellow men. with Rod Pinney, assistant to the NAS executive officer, as RAdm. T. J. Thorne '
Don Athearn is General Manager of the Credit Union. Heyworth signs the proclamation declaring Credit Union Week. Public Affairs Director :'

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Annual und Drive iJ

J :R E S. .


W Nearing CompletionHOT j


:Jax After six weeks, military $250,000, according to reports .:
VOL. 29 NO. 31 U.S.NAVALAIRSTATIONJACKSONVILLEFLORIDA. OCTOBER 21, 1971 1 contributions to the Combined from 87 of 93 participating
I Federal Campaign now exceeds commands. '
R
, The goal for the campaign -
Pride Of Dixie which ends tomorrow
\! Tops j Y k $220,000A was

4. Y campaign spokesman noted
that there are significantly less
\ Other Seabee Reserves
people to draw from this year
than last, when the military
contributed an all time high of
'. Jax Navy Reserve Mobile Construction Battalion 14 $281,000.In .
i of Jacksonville will be honored as the top Seabee unit of the lead of NAS Jax after
i: their type in the entire nation and a local chapter of the five weeks were the staff of Fleet
t, Naval Reserve Association will be chartered in separate Air Wing 11 and Fleet Weather
Facility, which reported 223 and
W. here' Saturday.
ceremonies'>:
206 percent of their goals,
RMCB-14, which is M respectively. 4
headquartered in Jacksonvilleand Columbus, Ga.; Mobile and .t { FAW-ll Staff, along with five :
includes about 500 men at 13 Montgomery, Ala.; and other NASJax commands, also
posts throughout the Southeast, Charleston, S. C. reported 100 percent par
will be awarded the RAdm. JohnR. Adm. Kossler will also officiate 1 ticipation and 100 percent of or
Perry trophy for being ceremonies for the chartering of exceeding their goal. Others
selected top unit among 18 across the Jacksonville chapter of the j were: Printing and Publications-
the country. Naval Reserve Association, 156 percent, DSSO 159 percent,
RAdm. H. J. Kossler, Com- scheduled for 7 p.m. at the Of- Disease Vector Control Center -
mandant Sixth Naval District, ficers' Club. 174 percent, Regional Storage
will present the award at a The charter will be accepted by A Management Office-1M percent,
luncheon scheduled for 1 p.m. at Capt. Robert L. Overman, USNR ROCMM .100 percent and 679th
the Chief Petty Officer's Club R, interim President Radar Squadron 120 percent .
here. LCdr. W. R. Bruce, com- Other Jax commands which :
The Battalion, known as the manding officer of the Navy equalled or bettered their goal,
"Pride of Dixie," is commanded Marine Reserve Training Center but did not have 100 percent
by Cdr.John T.Larsen,USNR-R downtown, will be secretary of LINE ON DRUGS Need halp or Information on drugs The participation last week were:
l, (CEC>, who will accept the the Jacksonville chapter, which men of the Com Fair Jax Drug Awareness Team have set up their new ComFairJax Staff 113 percent,
award from Adm. Kossler. will include 100 members. Hot Line this week to answer questions from local military personneland FICEUR159 percent, MARTD -
Representatives of the bat He explained that the NRA is a their dependents. And, like Dick Gutshall, each member is a fully 115 percent, MATSG 143 per-
talion's sub units are expectedto national organization, with about qualified and concerned authority on the subject. Each call is held in cent, Naval Hospital 113. per
attend the luncheon. They are 13,000 members world wide. strict confidence. Each weekthe line (Ext. 3366)) will be open from 8 cent, NamTraDet 136 percent,
based at Jacksonville, Orlando, NRA's purpose, he said, is to p.m. to midnight Monday through Thursday and 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. NARTU 101 percent, NAS113,
Tampa, Miami, St Petersburg promote the Naval Reserve and Friday and Saturday. Although team members are specially preparedfor NATTC130, Navy Finance 101
' and Rivera Beach, Fla.; Atlanta, provide professional assistanceto the lob, they will train any volunteers, preferably those with percent, VP 5 147, VP45120
s Savannah, Augusta and reserve officers. background knowledge on drugs,to help man the hot line. and VW -100 percent.
Moving into the final week of
the drive, Mayport based ships

Optional UniformJax Dentalman Wins Top Sailor TitleJax five continue weeks to ,set the the USS pace.Salish After

reports 344 percent, the Yosemite
The optional NAS Jackson- noted for assisting the duty Warfare Range where he 268 percent, The Salinan 245
uniform period for and the Catawba-230.All but the
the Month dental staff administered stannous
and ville's Sailor of on his liberty Yosemite had 100 percent par-
Navymen womenis for September is DN time and helping the men flouride treatments for ticipation.
effective throughout Daniel E. Moore of the of CBU-410 with their Self- dependent children, often
November. rehabilitation of the normal working
Dental Department. Help after What's. Inside ?
Beginning Decem- Nominated for the Dental offices.As hours.
ber 1, the service blue monthly award by Capt. J. his' division officer As serviceman of the
uniform will become, W. .McA eer, Dental Officer wrote in his letter of Month, DN Moore will MENU PAGE2

mandatory.The he was cited for his nomination for ,the Top receive a certificate for MOVIES PAGE '
new utility outstanding interest, Serviceman ,title, Moore two for the Candlelight
working uniform may initiative and ability with also volunteered for Restaurant on station anda SPORTS PAGES 14,15

not be worn in placeof which he does his job. temporary additional dutyat free trip to St. Augustine,
undress blues. He has been particularly Pinecastle Electronic the nation's oldest city. WOMEN'S NEWS PAGES



"Published by the Holt Publishing Company which is in no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained herein are not offlclaleapre'ons' of the ;j

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 -


I MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY

ACTIVITY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY I SUNDAY October 25 October 26 October 27

October 21 October 22 October 23 October 24 -



Tom ott Soul
Jon Jon Phil Cay
with the
Ronnie Ronnie Treatment
Prates & the
& the and the
Dark .
and the and the '
Australian
Australian Chancels ;:
Cove Vamps Vamps Soul Society Soul Society .. Entry ._-.


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Archie
Leslie The The Veterans The
Acey-Ducey A La Carte End Four Day Goodtlmers

Club Menu What& Result, Clubs .

Fair' .
'

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; .. Navy Day
Formal

CPO The Phil and Cay the Jimmy The Reservations
Jimmy
Royal. Strickland Bingo Only
Chantels Royal Strtckland'
Blue .. ,
Music by'Three's
Club Blue ; .
A Crowd




Beefeaters Happy Hour Brunch Buffet 1t "anNlght
Officers Night 4.6:30: p.m. The 1130am. 6.30.9p.m.: Steak Night
:
6:30.9: p.m. The. Four to '. Package Menu starts 6:30.9p.m.:
Four' Clubs" Store at$1.05
Club Prime Rib
1 1:30: p.m': Open
Buffet Clubs
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CLUB HOURS


Pirates CPO Officers Acey.Ducey :Support :


Cove .,.... Club Club Club .. .Jt J1 t

Monday thru Thur .

11 arm to Midnight Sunday thru Thursday Cloud Mondays Friday & Saturday your
11 a.m. to Midnight Sunday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Friday WEEKDAY.
l1a.m. 11 ---- -
p.m.
11 arm to 2 arm j
Friday 8. Saturday Tues..Thurs. Sunday ,
Saturday 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. 11..m..l1p.m. Noon to Midnight Friday,October 22 Tuesday,October 26 I
9 a.m to 2 a.m. Frl.S.t
11..m.-I..m. Monday thru Thur Chub BREAKFAST Chilled Orange BREAKFAST. Chilled GrapefruitJuice
Sunday Juice, Hot Buttered Oatmeal, Fried Hot Oatmeal, Hard Boiled
9 '.m. to Midnight 11 a.m. to Midnight Eggs to Order, Griddle Cakes with Eggs, Fried Eggs to Order French
Syrup,Choice of Sausage or Luncheon Toast with Syrup, Choice of Sausageor
Meat, Baked Beans, Iced Cinnamon Ham, Hashed Brown Potatoes,
.. Rolls Corned Beef Hash, Hot Chocolate,
Veterans Day ScheduleFor DINNER. Oyster Stew, Fried Fish Jelly Filled Doughnuts. DINNER.
TIfF c'."', "h 'f''""';F9. fus'${';: %!\i i Portions or Beef Patties Jardiniere, Onion Soup, Steamship Round of Beef,
Tossed Green Rice, Buttered Broccoli Brown Beef Gravy, Mashed Potatoes,
Spears,, Tartar Sauce, Buttered Corn, Seasoned Green Beans, Tomatoes 8.
Exchange ActivitiesThe Blueberry Pie.SANDWICH. Okra, Coconut Cream Pie.
w
LINE Grilled SANDWICH LINE. Ham Salad,
Hamburgers or Frankfurters, Deviled Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters.

Navy Exchange Commissary Location Bldg. 1511 will be r I Ham. SUPPER. Simmered Corn Beef or
,
SUPPER. Ginger Pot Roast of Chili Macaroni, Boiled Potatoes,
closed all day Saturday, October 23.: Beef, Vegetable Gravy, Mashed Buttered Carrots Fried Cabbage,
The following Navy Exchange activities will be open Monday, October iln Potatoes, Lyonnalse' Wax Beans, Raisin Cookies, SANDWICH LINE
25: Buttered Spinach, Blueberry Pie. Grilled Hamburgers or Frankfurters.
SANDWICH LINE. Sloppy Joes on
Hamburgers Buns, Grilled Ham Wednesday,October 27
Cafeteria, Bldg. 118 open continuously19th burgers or Frankfurters.
19th Hole Lounge to 6 p.m. PROTESTANTNAVALA1RSTATION BREAKFAST .. Chilled Apple
Bowling Alley Snack Bar noon to 11 p.m. Saturday,October 23 Juice, Hot Hominy Grits, Fried Eggsto

Service Station,Bldg.26 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. .. Order, Griddle Cakes with Syrup,
BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit Choice of Ham or Bacon Baked
Express Store, Bldg.931 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. SUNDAY Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Beans, Southern Corn Bread, Iced
Pirates Cove 9 a.m. to midnightPro Church School (all ages) 9:15: Order, French Toast with Syrup, Bear Claws.
Shop, Bldg. 1877 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. a.m. at Chapel Annex. Divine Griddle Cakes, Choice of Bacon or DINNER Tomato Rice Soup,

Hospital Snack Bar,Bldg. 112030 11 a.m. to8:30p.m.: Worship 10:30: at All Saints' Ham Chocolate, Cottage, Glazed Fried Doughnuts.Potatoes, Hot Swiss Rissole Steak Potatoes with, Buttered Tomato Sauce Lima

NATTC Cafeteria, Bldg. 554 noon to 8 p.m. Chapel. BRUNCH .. Minestrone Soup, Beans, Buttered Spinach, Pumpkin
Youth Worship (Jr. and Sr. Grilled Cheeseburgers, French Fried
All other Navy Exchange activities will be closed to observe High) 10:30: a.m. at Chapel An Potatoes Dutch Apple Pie. Pie.SANDWICH LINE Sloppy Joes on
Veteran's Day. nex. Junior and senior youth SUPPER Braised Pork Chops, Hamburger Bun, Grilled Hamburgersor
Brown ,
Gravy Steamed Rice,
Ap- Frankfurters.
The Pirates Cove will be open from 9 to 2 a.m.Sunday. Fellowship.l:30 p.m.at Bldg. 722. plesauce, Boiled Navy Beans, But. SUPPER. Grilled Salmon Pattiesor

Evening Worship-7:30: p.m. at tered Greens Yankee Corn Bread, Baked Veal Loaf, Tomato Gravy,
small Chapel. Vanilla Wafers. 'Baked Macaroni 8. Cheese, Buttered
Brussel Sprouts, Buttered Corn,
Tuesday Sunday,October 24
Orange Pudding.
Senior Choir' Rehearsal-7 p.m. SANDWICH LINE .. Grilled
UTAX AIR IMEWS at Bldg 750 and Christian Science BREAKFAST .. Chilled Pineapple Hamburgers or Frankfurters.
Service-8 p.m. at small Chapel. Juice, Hot Farina, Fried Eggs to
Order, French Toast with Syrup, Thursday, October 28
Griddle Cakes, Choice of Ham or Pork
NAVALIIOSPITAL Sausage, Hashed Brown Potatoes, BREAKFAST Chilled Orange
The JAX AIR NEWS Is Civilian Divine Worship a.m. at Glazed Snails. to
a Enterprise Newspaper .. Juice,. Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Bldg. 500. Grilled BRUNCH Cheese Beef Noodle Soup, Order, French Toast with Syrup
Sandwiches, French Choice of Luncheon Meat or Ham,
Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Fried Potatoes Peach Pie. Creamed Chipped Beef, Cottage Fried
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS CATiIOLICSaturday SUPPER .. Spanish Steak, Pan Potatoes Jelly Filled Doughnuts.
must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office Box 2, NAS Mass-5 p.m. at St.Edward's prV'rMhed?! Potatoes French DINNER .. Cream of Turkey Soup,
Jacksonville by 12'00 noon on Monday before publication. News Chapel. Sunday Mass-8 Vegetables, : Buttered Mixed Roast Turkey Log Turkey Gravy,
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or a.m. and 11 a.m. Daily Mass- Pineapple Pudding. Mashed Potatoes, Cranberry Sauce,

3119. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Monday,October 2S Fried Hominy, Buttered Peas Pecan

Friday-ll:30: a.m. Wednesday Pie.SANDWICH LINE Variety Meat

"Everything advertised in this publication must be made Mass 11:30 a.m. at the Naval Juice BREAKFAST, Hot .. Chilled Tomato Sandwich, Grilled Hamburgers or
Hominy Grits,
Fried
available for purchase use or patronage without regard to race. Hospital Chapel. Saturday to Order, Griddle Cakes with Syrup Eggs, Frankfurters.SUPPER Yankee Pot Roast,

creed color, national origin or sex of the purchaser, user, or Confessions-4:15: and 5p.m. Minced Choice of Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Brown Gravy, Baked potato with Sour

patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal NATTC DINNER Beef,..Iced Pecan Rolls. Cream, Buttered Beets, Seasoned
opportunities by an advertiser will result In the refusal to print Sunday Mass-9:30: a.m. in Oven Fried Chicken Chicken, Rice Soup Spinach, Pecas Pie
Building 500. Cream Chicken Ham Salad
SANDWICH LINE
that Gravy
advertising from source. Mashed Potatoes, Cornbread Frank
Dressing, Grilled Cheeseburgers or
Buttered
SpinaCh
,
furters.
Polonaise
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries \. Sauce Pineapple Cauliflower Pie. Cranberry

concerning such should be directed to: Mky.[ .. Hamburgers SANDWICH LINE .. Grilled
or
THE HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY Cheese on Rye. Frankfurters, Ham b "Any featherhead can have

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Franks SUPPER, Beef Pot Pie or Boiled confidence In times of victory,
Steamed Buttered Egg NOOdles, but the test is to have faith
Telephone 388-2755 Sauerkraut, Buttered when things are going wrong,
Broccoli

VOL. 29 NO. 31 OCTOBER 21, 1971 'SO 1NSu q tStt 1AS Grilled SANDWICH Hamburgers Spears LINE., Peach. Chicken PUdding.Salad cannot and when be things explained happen in public-which

or :
Frankfurters
-Sir Winston Churchill




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Civil Service Highlights- SecurIty .;t





Lucille Hubbard Named 4t C trl


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Civilian of The MonthJax INswINcs


-Lucile D. Hubbard of the portatlon specialist for the she handles all the administrative
Public Works Department has department's transportation details connected
been selected as Civilian of the division, a job which she has held with issuing, transferring,
Month for September.She for the past 14 years. renting, disposing or loaning
is an automotive trans more than 950 vehicles in the
She was nominated for the transportation division.
Merit monthly title by her supervisor, Mrs. Hubbard was first
Charles Nelson, based on her assigned here in 1956 when she
invaluable contribution to the was was transferred from NAS
division. her Civil Service Cecil Field where she
Promotion During was employed
career, she has received seven in the Public Works A IJNITED 5>
outstanding performance Department.
IssuedJax ratings, five quality step In- She has been cited by her
creases and a sustained superior supervisor for her lively interestin
performance award for outstanding people, a quality which is
The following Merit work.According reflected in her devotion to her

Promotion issued this week Announcement: was to her supervisor, job. a very special living

Painting Worker, WG 7 (95-71))
Employees are urged to look
for Merit Promotion Announcements NARF Top Donor
on the official
bulletin boards in their work area Luxury 1,2 and 3 Bedroom
at least once a week. To Blood BankJ. 3 Bedroom
They are also encouraged to
contact the Employment Office, ENVIRONMENTAL
Ext. 3448, or the Rating Branch, N CARPETING DRAPERIES
Ext. 2320, Employment Division, Jax The NAS Civil Service D. Dewberry, L. J. Ashton, J. .. DISHWASHER DISPOSAL
PRIVATE PATIO OR
Blood Account received con Retta, C. Bazzie B. M. Linton
Civilian Personnel Department A. .2 POOLS, TENNIS COURTS,
to Inquire about positions in tributions from 64 employees on Pink, M. M. Mowbray and F. K.
which they are interested. the latest Blood Donor Day. Baldwin.
The Civil Service Blood Account The Data Processing Department
t serves all employees and exceeded its quota with IOMAly/A MO IAIAsT MCAOUM
4 HonoredAt their dependents.The eight donors, including A. M.O'Loughlin .
42 NARF donors were: W. R. B. Langille, J. 0. MIYAl1 ICMOOI M AUCTACcow.rAr
A. Yacewych, R. H. Van Matre, Gay, M. J. Phillips, R. M.
HospitalJax Jr., C. J. Paresi!, J. D. Rio, J. A. Croxdale, M. Newport, N. F. MAVALae raro? !
Wiggins, J. L. Anderson, J, H. Barncord and M. E. Gavilan. rte,
Dias, D. D. Haley, W. E. Donating from Public Works SIt"I
.. Four civilian Besecker, E. F. Leslie, W. M. were: J. T. Fieselman, R.. S.
employees of the Naval Crouse.J. Willi, R. Estebanez, G. D.
Hospital, with a combined Sullivan, G. S. Edwards, Jr., L.
0. Wooten E. H. Craven J.
total of 110 years of E. Cheatham and D. S. Vann.
CONVENIENTLY
G. Fuller C. R. Moore G. L. :
service have Other Air Station employees
government ,
been presented service Kansteiner, J. E. Bradstreet, H. donating to the JacksonvilleBlood San Jose Blvd. at
awards. C. Church, K. A. Loomis, L. J. Bank's Mobile Unit were: Model open 11-6 daily, 1-5
Mrs. Georgia Ellison, Vogel, III, G. R. Berry, J. F. B. Weiss, A. Jones and J. Cut. Phone: 737-4634
Mr. Leatha C. Davis and Bonts,S. Bevan, J. D. Dickinson, cliffe,Supply; E.Harris and J. A
Joseph Strain received 30 H. R. Hiedeman, B. J. Hinman, I. Bellinger, Civilian Personnel; OGREAT ATLANTIC
pins. D. V. Hatcher, F. Schum. and M. R. Bolduc and M. C.
year Margaret Laffery Also, C. R. McDaniel, H. B. Fahnestock, Resources
received a 20 pin. York, Jr., A. W. West, E. D. Management.
year Palmer. R. Hess, W. F. Beasley,


Ride WantedFrom

SNAKE STORYA
SNAKE HEARS WITH St.Nicholas Centeroff
ITS TONGUE! SINCE Atlantic Blvd. NARF. i
THEY HAVE NO EXTERNAL. Work daily from 7 a.m. to
EARS,THESE REPTILES 3:30: p.m. Call Thomas
GET ALON6 VERY WELL Rowan at work, Ext. 2107or
BV LISTENING WITHA 3776.
SUBSTITUTE!

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GOLDEN FRIED SCALLOPS -(Small )
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DUNGENESS CRAB AU GRATIN .. .
LANGOSTINO SCAMPI . . .. .
SHORE PLATTER-Fried Shrimp,
Shuffleboard We have 6(yes six and) Swimming badminton pools,i i:I Withcongenial Plus' ,,,,,,,. 2045 Phone James: 781.3818 Rd., Jacksonville Fla. Oysters, Fish Fillet . . . .. .
young neighbors 'to help l enioy 'them T RENTING HOURS: MARINER'S PLATTER- Fried Shrimp,
Cl l All only one block from qolf andn .---" Mon thru Sat 8.306.00: : Sun. 1 6:00: Fish Fillet, Snapper Fingers,
school with o'her001\, shopping . . .
elementary' T DIRECTIONS: Out Roosevelt Blvtf. Deviled Crab Cake .....
centers and boating minutes away You T turn right on San Juan-Continue past CHILEAN LOBSTER AU GRATIN ... .
can get 'to Cecil Field, or the Naval Air Station .- .. f Cedar Creek bridge to Jammes Road BROILED FISHERMAN'S PLATTER-Vi
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in 10 minutes downtown Jacksonville I in
Apartments have individually controlled --turn left to apartments. Lobster, Snapper, Shrimp, Scallops,
heating and air conditioning, carpeting '"- Deviled Crab . . . . . .
draperies, and sliding, glass door to courtyardor + Above Entrees Served with Hush Puppies,
balcony And you move into a I or 7 L ARLEN
bedroom apartment today Furn.'>hrd or un :. MATE'S STEAK-Top Sirloin . .
furmshfd STEAK ON A SKEWER . . . .
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X11 : A02 Robert H. Wildermuth of ,

Attack Squadron Eighty-two re- i; ,1.' rrv
enlisted recently for five years.
Upon his re-enlistment Bob
received orders to NAS
Jacksonville. Cdr. J.M. Gleim,
r Skipper of VA-82 presided over Y
the ceremony in the Squadron 1w
Ready Room aboard the U.S.S.
America on deployment in the
Mediterranean. With this re-
enlistment Wildermuth will be on

his way to a total of nine years. ..
Eileen'shome .. ....
Robert and his wife
is in Memphis, Tenn. AE2 Henry Shelly re-enlisted Oct. 4 for six more years. Shelly and
r his wife Frances reside at 9359103rd St. Shelly has been at Cecil since
ADJ3 Gary A. Flowers of At- August, 1971. With this six year re-enlistment he will be on his way
tack Squadron Eighty-two re- toward the ten year mark.
3 / enlisted for four years on the .
eighth of October. Flowers has
been attached to Eighty-two ,
f since December 1, 1969 and will
r- be transferred to NAS Lemore In
A02 Glen T. Edwards of VA-83 re-enlisted for six more years on February. This re-enlistment
I Sept. 24, 1971. The ceremony was held In the VA-83 ready room. Edwards puts Gary on his way to eight
resides with his wife and family at 7725 Civic Club Dr., Din- years. Gary and his wife Hilary's T. %

smore, Florida. home is in Eugene, Oregon.

Chaplain Holderby

C.F.C.Military ... I,
Reports To CecilThe pt.L'" '?.,''

k Chapel Staff has been contributions to the
complimented and is once againat C.F.C. exceed $250,000 after five '
full working force with the weeks of the six week drive, P
arrival of Lieutenant A. Byron according to reports filed by 87 of ..
Holderby, CHC, USN who 93 participants.The .
'
reported for duty to the Cecil goal for the campaign j
Field Memorial Chapel on Oc- which ends tomorrow was
tober 12.Chaplain. $220,000.A .
.
attendedthe campaign spokesman noted \
Holderby
that there are significantly less
Lutheran Southern
Columbia, South Carolina Seminaryin and people to draw from this year From Enlisted man to Commissioned Officer
than last when the military In November 1954 and after recruit
was ordained in 1963. In 1967 he Ltjg. Harwell joined the Navy ,
was commissioned in the U.S. contributed .an all time high of training was sent to AO 'A' school. Upon completion of this school he
Navy Chaplain Corps. $281,000. was ordered to VAAW( ) 35. Three years and 4 cruises later, he got out
\ Prior to coming to Cecil Field, Leading the way at Cecil Field of the Navy as an A02. In March 1961 he rejoined the Navy andcompleted
Chaplain Holderby was stationedin after five weeks were VC-2, CVW3 AO 'B' school. He then received{ orders to VF-51 at NAS
---L Yokosuka, Japan with Landing staff,and VA-12,which reported Marimar. After 4 more cruises, Ltjg. Harwell was ordered to In-
... k__. Ship Squadron 9 and at Camp 100 percent participation and.178 structor school at Memphis. He made CWoO-1 in June 1968. After a
Lejeune, North Carolina with the percent, 166, percent, and 144 tour as Air Gunner on the Ticonderoga, he received orders to Attack
Second Marine Division. percent of their objectives Squadron Fifteen. In June 1970, he was promoted to CWO-2, and on
: HON.DA respectively. October 1 1971, he was promoted to Ltjg.
Chaplain Holderby was Thirteen other Cecil units
MOTORS & CYCLES CO. married in 1956 to the former reported meeting or surpassing 12, 101 percent; VA-83, 149 per- Comlatwing I staff and Featulant
4949 BLANDING BLVD. Barbara Thiele. They have two 100 percent of their objective cent; VA-86, 103 percent; VA-87, 166 percent; Namtradent, 146
PHONE 7718244F. daughters, Barbara and Anne, after five weeks. They are: VA- 159 percent; VA-174,120 percent; percent; NAS, 125 percent.
ages fourteen and eleven. week of
--- -- Moving into the final
the drive, Mayport based ships
continued to set the pace. After
NEWEST CONCEPT five weeks the USS Sailish
reported 344 percent of their
IN APARTMENT LIVING
goal; the USS Yosemite, 268
1, 2 .3 BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS percent; the USS Salinan, 245
percent and USS Catawba, 230
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FJC Offers ans Editorial Tribute \



Tax CoursesJax ) 'The Ballad of


-Florida Junior College at
Jacksonville, in cooperation with The
the Internal Revenue Service, is Quiet Fighter'Editor's
offering a series of courses in
basic income tax preparation.The .
next class will last from Note: The staff of the Jax Air News d.dlcattllhls Issut of our paperto
November 15 to December 15, all those who hive given their lives, whether in Body or Mind, that we might
walk' this land free and equal."The .
and
including day evening
sessions on Mondays and Wed- Js

nesdays.The Ballad of The Quiet Fighter"Oh
classes will be held on

FJC's Cumberland Campus, with I stood watching.I .
day classes meeting from 9 a.m. AFPS stood waiting.
to noon and evening classes from Oct 25 And as the rivers of freedom run through this land, I'll be there, for
7-10 p.m. to lend you my hand.
Certificates will be issued the A telegram from a Etcher of peace and faith In America. I Well,I listened to the shouting of those with their lies
final day of class to persons Elementary School teacher In would toy that your father paid Who tore at the heart of this country of mine.
successfully meeting course the But here's where a Quiet Man with truth in his hand
Cincinnati[ Ohio, Mil Tanya highest price man can pay for
requirements. Womer, asked President Nixon freedom, not because he wishedit Can make a stand and be heard in this land.
Cost of the 30-hour course, what the could tell her second but because he had the So I stood by the watchroad the October of their days,
including all study materials, is grade student about Veterans courage to face the total consequence When the winds from the Left-and then, far from the Right were

$15.Registration Day. Her telegram read: of his country's call to blowing my way.
applications can la I'm without flinching. But now is the hour-the time I can see-
duty
"My name Tanya. a
be made by calling 389-1321, Ext. second teacher and In When we'll win the truth that has made us so free.
295. grade "1 would toy Tanya, I honor
Oh, I stood watching.
charge of the Veterans Day
your father In full today, as a I stood waiting. .
assembly. I wanted my father to man and on behalf of his country.We .
,... give a talk on what Veterans Day
him much. We honor him
'-,/ owe (Written by John Stewart and by the Kingston Trio in record
.Ji .IMr.r-, ,.,l-. ] means but he can't because he and own spirit and sung
'. / your courageto
t
album "Number 16", produced by Capitol Records, 1963.)
./. '\., I; ,, died in the Korean War. Since the endure his loss. His valor
.tJ.y", I'",. President It supposed to be our helped save freedom.
guiding light and father of the
country, would you take the place 'In saving it he provided you "Straight facts"from the
of him now and give me some all of us- with the freedom to ash Dop e ComFalr lax Drug Awareness Team'
: fatherly advice on what to do and questions today about the
*11automatic say as If you were on that stage In blunders of our past that per
mitted his death In Korea.
hit place?
On behalf of the President, "He was a man, as were all
Donald E. Johnson, head of the who walked beside him in battle.
Veterans Administration in "In remembering his sacrificelet OnDope
Washington, D. C., and chairman all Americans remember the
of the President's Veterans Day need to keep alive the spirit of .
National Committee, replied in unity In America, to help
part: revitalize our sense of one nation,
"Dear Tanya: Your lather one people, dedicated to Peace
washers Jl:! desired and deserved to live as with Honor for all mankind."
much as any American and any (AFPS Editorial) No matter what name you give it- Purple Haze, Orange Sun Shine,
FOR lather. No man, however Chocolate Chips, White Lightning, Blue Cheer, White Osli It's all
much he caret for hit -. LSD.
I RENT country and hit family, willingly ito
$ per i wants to die to save them. That
8 have the,r'lgh-t,
month some do is the tragedy of ::. ::::::::::::::::::::::::::':':':;:;:;:;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:
humankind. It is a deeper number; I j jlJ ..
WE DELIVER ANDMAINTAIN tragedy for those he loved and don't. want 11 PUBLIC WELCOME/ ;IfI

left In sorrow."What to ta1Kt
246.3420 I would say in your I I III
<
father't place, Tanya It that all you '. ALL YOU CAN EAT!I
October 25 Is a day for

CLIPPER/ .VERL'HE/ / Americans woman whose. every heart beats man with and 1 W* lUAf

T.CRAFT pride and love to stay strong in II r II

MERCRUISER search of peace. I would say that $195
every man who defended his
STERNDRIVES << <<
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r Navy Plans


Hobby
w v
x Study GroupsJax

Classes
A schedule of Retention
Study Groups has been set for the
SlatedJax final months of this year. The
schedule is as follows: Critical

.t Rating (BT), October 18-22; 1st
In cooperation with Feedback Group (Junior of.
Florida Junior College's Cum- r fleers), November 8.12 and
berland Campus, the Education ,4 Commanders ((0-5)), December 6-
Services Officer is planning a 10.The schedule for 1972 is still in
series of evening classes in .. the planning stages and will be
hobbles for military personneland .. released at a later time.
their dependents.
.. Courses will Include Beginning The goals of these study groupsis
Painting Arts and Crafts to provide valuable forums to
."" Woodshop (furniture refinishing, surface high impact items which
rnNrJ woodworking and carpentry) and affect the quality of Navy life and
Auto Mechanics (maintenanceand PORTABLE DESK Preparing to set out on a patrol during a retention Navywlde as well as
repairs) all at $2.00 each. guerrilla warfare exercise on their Oct. drill weekend, GySgt. R. I. within various communities.
According to The Education Fetterhoff, (center), and Sgt. R. C. Knowles (right), use the back of
TOP SAILOR ATI C. E. Services Officer Ens. Cynthia LCpl. J. F. Jones as a mobile field desk to study their map. Sgt.Knowlei Future study groups will be
Denny Jr., an electronic quality Black the classes must begin as and LCpl.Jones are members of VMA 142, Marine Reserve. asked to review those programsand
assurance representative with soon as possible since they run GySgt. Fetterhoff I Is with MARTD Official policies initiated throughout
VP-4S, has been named the through December 17. However U. S. Marine Corps Photo) the past year as a means of
squadron's Sailor of The Month. at least 20 students must enroll gauging the effectiveness of those
Petty Officer Denny, who has with her (Call Ext. 2596) before White House Needs programs in meeting the needs of
been selected for advancement to classes can be planned. all Navy personnel.
Chief, works In the squadron's
Avionics Branch. More Military AssistantsJax
Classes are tentatively
I I
f > scheduled for 7-10 p.m. Wed- Don't Be Cold In *

FRIENOLYRELAXED & nesday and Thursday evenings at Applications are being as special assistants, White FL R IDA1'V'EXPERT /
QUIET ATMOSPHEREIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIMnilllllHIIIMHIIIIMMMII the NAS Hobby Shops.A schedulecan accepted from career personnel House Fellows participate in an
be arranged to suit popular of the Armed Services who wishto orientation education program > FURNACE
demand. Wives Clubs are also House conducted by the President's
participate in the White INSPECTION AND SERVICE
IDEALLY LOCATED FOR encouraged to take advantage of Fellows Program which gives a Commission and White House : CECIL FIELD N.A.S.
,
this opportunity to arrange hobby limited number of men and Fellows StaCf.Selection SERVICE FOR ALL HOME
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS classes for their groups. level AND INDUSTRIAL HEATING
hand
first high
women ,
CHURCHESANDSHOPPINGAREAS will be limited to AND AIRCONDITIONING
Instructors for the non-credit
experience with the workings of
courses will be provided by the Federal government.In career motivated personnel OilCorporation
Clay
//tll & I.J! II 1IIlliil-ll! : Florida Junior College Cum- the past White House between the ages of 23 and 36 who

Take 103rd to FirestoneRd. berland Campus.For Fellows have been afforded have demonstrated unusual
., Turn South 2 Blocks ability high moral character
information call either special assignments with the
Past Forrest High School. outstanding motivation and Call 264-9548
Ens. Black at Ext. 2596 or Paul White House staff the Presidentand show
at Cumberland each of twelve Cabinet Of leadership qualities;
McCoy Campus,
of future
developmentand
COLONIALOREST 389-1321 Ext. 256. ficers. In addition to their duties promise
are dedicated to the In-

WAVES HelpRecruiters stitutions of America. FURNITURE

APARTMENTS Although the White House
Only the female mosquito Fellows Program does not lead to Values!
S928 FIRESTONE ROAD bites. Mouth parts of the male an advanced degree, the ac-
771.6666 are not equipped for biting. Jax .- Local Waves are ceptance of this award is con-
volunteering their assistance at strued to be of significant value to PRICE TO M R YOKE
the Greater Jacksonville Fair the recipient and require relief
Choose The Career That Offers i throughout the week to tell young from regular duty.Therefore, the OPEN
girls what its really like in the additional service requirement of
t 4u The Most Out Of Life! EVERY
Navy. three times the length of study ((3 PA*
The Navywomen will be on for 1) as set forth in SECNAV V v ,,
FOR A"JET-ACE"CAREER WITH THEAirlines.
TRAIN
hand at the Navy Exhibit as Instruction 1500.4C of April 17, SUNDAY
assistants to the Jacksonville 1970 is binding. TIL PMSURPLUS
Navy Recruiting Office in an-
challenge A career with for young the airlines men and offers women a. swering any questions about the Individuals may apply or be
Waves. nominated, but a White House
r Prepare for jobs in reservitiont. -
''c ( ?,.' operation, ticketing, pastenger (Women accepted for Volun- Fellows application must be GOODS
service, ramp agent etc. teer Emergency Service). submitted in either case. Prior to
Many trlvel.Motel.company benefit including The girls are not involved in applying, or being nominated, DISCOUNT STORE
Navy Recruiting and have permission to complete must be
AN INTERESTING CAREER FOR MEN-WOMEN-COUPLES agreed to devote their off duty obtained from the Chief of Naval 10135 Beach Bivd n* 2MJ

,GIs' Management time to the job. Personnel (Pers C312)),

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W Train for stimulating well paying
positions as managers atit managers .
desk clerks housekeepers
hostesses. Training Includes practical WINNING DOG RACING
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motels.


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Ire to operate cranes draglines.r& .
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,., ..j f Insurance Adjusting : .J 'V

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I lent salary, company car and ei
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I Aviation Landmark '


'I: ,/' I r 'Turtle'Flew 25 Years AgoThis



marks the silver pound baby kangaroo a gift Most of the flight, particularly
year of the most from Australia to a Washington, those portions over vast stretchesof
of
anniversary one the Turtle carried water, was made
of D. C. zoo without
events in the history
Important
it radio aids.
of giving a
," aviation, thanks to a crew of four 8,467 gallons gas
The
of 85,575 pounds. roughest weather
weight
gross was
and a plane ap-
l'1 1f Navymen called "Turtle". It was so heavy that it could encountered on the last leg of the
r propriately The event was the record only be partially fueled on the journey over the Rockies where
r breaking flight of the P2V from taxi stand. The remaining fuel the Turtle picked up so much ice
after it had been (itcarried de-icing
Perth, Australia to Columbus, was put aboard equipment)
Ohio on September 29 to October positioned on the runway for that air speed was reduced to 110
1, 1946. takeoff because preflight taxi knots despite the extra power
I RAdm. Thomas P. Davies, tests had revealed that the fuel applied.
deputy chief Navy Material load put excessive strain on the When the Turtle crossed the
development and chief of Naval landing gear. California coast, exactly 44 hours
development, was commander of The Turtle would have to lift from the time she left Perth, it
the night,together with two of his 268 percent of Its own weight to had already traveled more than
Annapolis classmates, Cdrs. get off the ground. That alone 9,000 miles, breaking the
I 20 YEARS OF SERVICE came to an end for CPO Ralph N. Herbert Eugene P. Rankin and Walter S. was a record. No other twin previous non-stop flight record of
(Center) as he receives his Fleet Reserve certificate from Capt. JohnR. Reid. The fourth crew memberwas piston engine aircraft before or 7,916 miles from Guam to
Kincaid, NAS Jax CO. CPO Herbert,surrounded here by his family, LCdr. Roy II. Tabeling. since has ever carried so much Washington, D. C., set by the
was assigned to the NAS Jax Commissary Store. Covering 11,236 miles in 55 tonnage.In Pacusan Dreamboat, a B-29
hours 17 minutes, it was the the event of an emergency Bomber; it had also made the
Wives longest non stop, unrefueled during the early stages of the longest over water flight in
Help Servicemen flight made to that date. It was a trip, fuel would have to be history 1,320 miles from Mid
record that remained unchallenged dumped through a special way to the Pacific Coast and had
for maximum per- gravity dump system that had remained in the air the longest
With Mail Order BuysCecil formance in any class for 16 been designed for the flight. The time without refueling.The .
years and still stands as the balance was so close that remainder of the trip,

-A catalogue department items are offered by the com- longest twin piston engine flight removal of the starters had been another 11 hours and 17 minutes,
where local military personneland panies at a military discount. on record. contemplated once the engineshad carried the Turtle over Ogden
their dependents can order The office is open from 10 a.m. The Turtle was the third In the been started. Utah, Omaha, Neb. and Peoria
household items at prices that to 4 p.m.; Saturdays from 9:30: first production lot of Neptunesand However, as LCdr. Tabeling III. The relatively slow time
meet their income has been set a.m. to 1 p.m. The ladies will help one of more than 1,000 P2Vs noted afterward, "If somethinghad covering this leg was attributedto
up in Bldg. 24 (topside) at NAS you order the items you need and manufactured to serve the happened before the ship the rain, sleet and snow over
Cecil Field's Family Service the factory will deliver the defense forces of the eight Free gained altitude,we wouldn't have the Rockies.
Center. purchase directly to you. World Nations. had much time to drop the fuel The weather was also
Terms for financing an order Outwardly, it resembled the before hitting the ground." responsible for excessive fuel
Manned by volunteers from can be made at the Navy Federal rest of the other early Neptunes. ..With all hands on board consumption which caused
\ Cecil Field wives clubs, the Credit Union. There were changes, however.All Davies In the pilot's seat, Rankinas Davies to put the aircraft down at
catalogue department Is the of the plane's armamenthad co-pilot, Reid at the fuel Columbus, Ohio.
place to go if you are In the Take stock in AmericaBUY been removed; its nose dumping station and Tabeling at The aircraft had ap-
market for furniture, pianos, fairing had been lengthened; the radio Davies gave the proximately 160 gallons of gas
organs, rugs, draperies, etc. All U. $. SAVINGS BONDS extra fuel tanks, including a 2200 Turtle full throttle, released the left and a good portion of that was
gallon fuselage tank, had been brakes and began his takeoff roll. trap gas which would not have
installed, and It was equippedwith The Turtle hit 90 knots before been available to the engines.
NOW OPEN in ORANGE a sound proof bunk room the JATO rockets were fired, Had it not been for the adverse
PARKNorth
where crew members could sleep accelerating the aircraft to 110 weather and the subsequent
Florida's Newest when not on duty. knots when it lifted off with 1300 heavy fuel consumption, the
and
Us engines, two 2500 horse- feet of runway to spare. Turtle more than likely would
Most Beautiful Mobile Homesl! power Wright Duplex Cycloneslike The great circle route flown by have landed in Bermuda, the
VA & BANK FINANCING those then used on B 29 the Turtle extended across crew's original destination,which
S AVAILABLE! bombers, were augmented with central and northern Australia, was more than 12,500 miles from
four JATO rockets for added over New Guinea, the Carolineand Perth.
takeoff power. Each of the JATO Marshall Island groups, The flight of the Turtle earnedall
astro: homes,1. bottles could provide 1,000 pounds passed near Eniwetok, Bikini and four crewmen the

BLANDING BLVD. 264-7900 of static thrust for 12 seconds. Midway and crossed the Distinguished Flying Cross.
The Turtle needed every ounce California coast north of San in
3 Miles South of 1-295 Today, the Turtle rests
of the combined power to lift Francisco. The route carried the
P.O. BOX 687 ORANGE PARK relative obscurity anchored to a
from the 6,000foot runway at the Turtle through all equatorial concrete pedestal at NAS Nor-
Royal Australian Air Force's weather belts and through both folk, a permanent monument to
Pearce Airdrome.In the northern and southern
its remarkable flight and to the
addition to its crew and a 35- hemispheres. four Navy airmen who flew it.
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1fef Davies and if
Now Davies, the aircraft
commander on the 1946 flight, Is now RAdm.
Y : development chief of naval development. The other crew
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Early Releases

AnnouncedJax Suggested Christmas Gifts ..




Early-Separation Additional Programs guidelines for for For U.S. Servicemen OverseasJax

enlisted personnel have been set
forth in the latest message from
CincLantFlt. Soap and toothbrushes Shake-a-pudding
According to the The USO has issued an updated list of holiday Plastic knives forks & spoons Psychedelic posters
the following ratings NEC's message are, gift suggestions for donors who wish to send gifts to Pocket knives Self-sealing envelopes

exempt from early release American servicemen stationed overseas. Small flashlights Shampoo
kits
provisions of NAVOP Message Postal authorities will not Shaving equipment Tobasco Instant Breakfast sauce drinks Sewing Insect repellant
175: ABE E-5 and above; ABF E- accept packages addressed to
Airplane model kits Christmas stockings Playing cards (plastic)
5 and above; ADJ; AMH; AS; 'Any Serviceman', However, gift (also car and train) 9-volt batteries Medicated cleansing cream
(including all service ratings); packages may be sent to USO Insecticide Pre-recorded music tapes Heavy duty work socks
BM E-5 and above; BU E-5 and Club Directors at specific APO First aid kitsShoeshine Pocket dictionaries CigarettesSmall
above SW GMG (NEC and FPO -
; ; 0091 addresses. equipmentFoot Paperback books notebooks
only); GMT; MM E-5 and above; Packages should be gift Spray & powder Ballpoint pens Small terrycloth, towels &
OT; RD E-5 and above; RD (NEC wrapped and labeled, indicating Foam insoles for combat boots 'Wash 'n dri' hand towels plastic bags
0335)); SF; UT: E-5 and above; contents. Surface mail parcels Packaged: cocoa & fruit drinks Small jigsaw puzzles For women in the service: any
NEC 5341, 5342, 5343, and 5311. should be mailed by Nov. 6 to 1-inch paint brushes feminime Item, I.e. shampoo,
Personnel attached to or ensure delivery overseas in time Wallet size calendars Small mirrors rollers, hair setting lotion,
serving on ships participating in for the holiday season. Q-tips Deodorant cologne, fashion magazines, dry
Unitas XII are also exempt from Following are USO's gift Miniature chess and checker Candles shampoo, lipstick and nail polish.
the previous early release suggestions, with emphasis on setsFlower Dry soapHoliday For additional information,
provisions but will be released servicemen in Vietnam,Thailandand and vegetable seeds decorations & contact the Jacksonville branch .
within 15 days of their return Korea: Adult games Christmas trees of the USO.

from deployment, unless exempt Blank assorted greeting cards Fruitcake, candy, nuts & gum ________________u________._
under provisions: in NAVOP 175 Canned foods, meats and fruits Inflatable pillows
or in the latest message. Camera film Blank recording tapes
Others who are exempted from Cheese packages and party Medical scrub brushes NOW... YOU CAN REALLY LIVE!

the early release provisions are snacks Key chains and key casesIts ...IN A FINESELECTION

those deployed in support of ........-.-..--. .-....--_.--.------_.---... --- OF HOMES
Diego Garcia.
The previously announced STILL AVAILABLE AT... $.

exemptions of FTGs E-5 and AWoman's
above are now canceled and ESEx.: :I:

personnel in this rating who are
presently otherwise eligible for WorldChristmas 3 & 4 BEDROOM HOMES

early release under the
$18,700 to $25,000VA
provisions of NAVOP
Message
l0X t M X X C00 C0 0M X0L0U0
109 of June 1971 and have not been and FHA FINANCING
released this week will be out
Formal PlannedBy
within 10 days of their return to 77i <' IlKLLilR C-IO:
!>-
>&
port.Waivers
may be granted on an
individual basis by commanding Officers Wives Club

officers of LantFlt units or activities
for those personnel who
have been exempted. Jax The NAS Jacksonville Wednesday to discuss their new
Officers' Wives Club (JOWC) are by laws and lay the groundworkfor y
already making plans for their a Christmas Formal,
Christmas activities. scheduled for December 17. Mrs.A. "
'i:
Their executive board met last L. Phillips hosted the meetingat .
1 1coc the NAS Officers' Club. l. ;- .' .:, I IS
FRA-91 Plans They are also planning the {
annual JOWC Christmas Bazaar. ..ti
p The project will be discussed in
fF Annual LuauJax detail at a Coffee for all membersat >>:
the home of Mrs. W. G. $19,850 to $22,500. '.
Sizemore next Wednesday at 10
The Ladies Auxiliary of Model C-10 p :;:M
Fleet Reserve Association 91 a.m.Members will plan their partin Add it all up and you will see why L.J..: :'
-- s Af this is so popular a model, 3 .. ':::::::r.J..: .
for their which is scheduledfor
have completed plans the Bazaar, W
Bedrooms, 2 Baths, large utility, o." "r. :::::::::.:::
:':'::': "
annual luau to be held at 5391 December 1, and will review long low sweeping line, truly a fine tJ W\\)
HONEST, LADY MY MOM Collins Road on Oct. 23 at 6:30: progress reports from individual home on a modest budget.Sidewalksand, o.o. t. .{. t:::.
ALWAYS LETS ME DRINK IT :::::::: ;::::.>.:::::.:
workshops. : ::: ::
:: ::: '::::':
AT HOME// p.m.After dinner, there will be a EI x.. :IIJII:: : ,
floor show and dancing.All Marine Wives Street Lights I I;: :!!!

gar-vs.----- fleet reserve members and Convenient to Churches, Schools :;::.:::::::::-::::::::::
I I PHONE II their guests are welcome. To Write GIsJax and Shopping Centers
Please call 389.7684 for
I
;
reservations. The Marine Wives Club DOWNtowN :: .
I II held a special business meeting iIElO CECIL 4 MArVORTNAS
r- (] RewardJax here Monday evening to discuss lo.e St
upcoming projects. Among these
1249.1251 King St. I A $5 reward is was the Operation G.I. Christmas I s ;.'::
t Jacksonville Florida 32204 ; offered to the person who Card Program.
I WANTEDUSEDCAMERASAND returns a wallet lost or The wives have agreed to buyor :

II I I week.stolen aboard NAS Jax last send make to our cards servicemen which they overseasby will h:::::: ;;:;:; ;:; :;,;;:; : :i;:::: :: ::::x :i
EQUIPMENT. PAY November 1. The project was I :
Contact LCdr. Gary by
I NEAR NAS JAX and CECIL FIELD
I DOLLAR-388-8535 in the the
TOP calling Ext. 2733 or writingto spearheaded area by
IBRJNG THIS AD WITH YOU/ 5757 Cherry Laurel Jacksonville Jaycees. '
call 1
6.awr..sosoiij. Drive Jacksonville 32210. The wives next regular
Jax A USS Saratoga meeting is scheduled November 1 79
lighter was recently lost at at 7:30: ( p.m. in Bldg. 572.

!j. MOBILE HOME LOTS !III IIIm NAS Office Educational during a Services testing duty All, retired members-wives or reserve of Marinesare active- -

m For Sale Ii, session. Anyone finding it cordially invited to attend.
;::: Restricted Mobile Home :::: should contact Lynn For information, call Mrs. Art
:::: Development for particular :::: Foucher at 2597. Slocumb at 264-9487
:::: people. Buy your own lot with ::::
:::: $350 down or taKe advantage of ::::

:::::::: a homes close which out sale are on set double up, ready wide :::::::: ........ ."..............:.:-:-.:::::::::::::::::::::::::.:..:. PEN 7 DAY A WEEK

:::: to move In. See to appreciate. i :::: r.SN.USMC.USCG l Snacks Beer *Cocktails
:::: and 1 tenth miles south of ::::
:::: Julington Creek off State Road :::: :::: now ann :::: EntertainmentCLUB
end
:;:; 13 near Mandarin. ;::: ASS OCIATE *

::: $: C Every Sunday Night
: Services :::>. $ t Dance to the Music of
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-Cecil Ceramics Shop I

I I.. Disinfecting or Deodorizing- I


Recently an activity ordered CAUTION: Phenol. Rapidly compound is truly a strong
liquid pine oil disinfectant under absorbed through skin Causes disinfectant and must be handled
FSN 6840-584-3129. This materialwas severe burns Do not get In eye with proper precautions to
to be used by Janitorial or skin or on clothing. Avoid protect the user. The substitutionof
personnel scrub water, moreas breathing dust or vapor. Do not such a phenolic disinfectant for
a deodorizer than as an actual take Internally, In case of con pine oil has ovious safety and
disinfectant. The material tact immediately remove all health implications.
received was a packet labeled contaminated clothing, Including Investigation revealed that the
Disinfectant, Germicidal and shoes,and flush skin or eye with pine oil disinfectant was being
Fungicidal Concentrate plenty of water for at least 15 phased out and that the substitute
(Phenolic Dry Type), FSN 6840 minutes; for eyes, get medical material, FSN 6840 530 7109,
7534797. Additionally, the attention after flushing POISON. should have been sent. The
following appears on each substitute liquid material may be T
packet: Obviously, this substitute anyone of several differentdisiniectantsbut

must parry the. "HOTHOTHOr. ..XfellTOJ WorkswnrSanta-Claus at tnt nas Cecil" .
following notation of hazards: I

WARNING: Harmful ifwallowed. Ceramic Shop. _.m_____ __
iiiii Do not get in eyes or
kin, wash thoroughly with soap
and water; for eyes flush with
JACKSONVItiE'S FIHE5T i plenty of water for at least 15
AVENO! minutes and get medical attention *
ANTIDOTE: (Supplier
4I'.WiYiL hall furnish antidote for ipeciflc
disinfectant.) 14ti

While possibly not as hazar
STANMRt) EQUIPMENT Rlx
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dous to use as the erroneously
substituted phenolic disinfectant
Reclining Bucket this material should also be used ,
Seals with due caution. (In the usage D 3.
While Waif "ftf** here, "disinfectant" is a
_._. .
Nylon Carper* chemical agent which destroys ----- -
Wheelcovprs pathogenic or disease-producing LADIES TOO. Ladies as well as men can enloy the Cecil Field
Front disc brak* i UP TO 34 Ml organisms. Both FSN 6840-584- Ceramic Sop.
Tinted glass PER,GAL ION 4797 and FSN 6840-530-7109 are for '
Limited Supply disinfecting latrine buckets, One of the many activities under Special Services at Cecil Field is
urinals, toilet bowls garbage, the Ceramics Shop. Ceramics can be an enjoyable hobby for the whole
Come and Got 'Em Spocialsll cans, etc. FSN 6840- 530 7109 is family. Everything for decorating the home can be made here. They
71 FORD PINTO.speed, R&H,Like Newl $155 also used for cold disinfection of have all types of molds for all seasons.
70 OPEL KADETTE. 2door Sports Sedan, Auto. trans. Air surgical instruments, gloves, The ceramics shop has Mrs. Lorentsen, a qualified instructor to
conditioned,Tinted glass, R&H,WWT. 11'fS etc.)' assist with all projects. Painting classes are held each Tues.
70 DODOE CORONET'440'. 2-door Hardtop, V 8, Auto. trans., you your
Factory air, Power steering, Tinted glass, Vinyl roof, In case of the substituted and Thur. evenings by Mrs. Lorentsen who, with the help of SN Chuck
R&H,WWT. JW phenolic disinfectant there was Fry, supervises the ceramics shop.A .
.
steering 70 CHEVELLE., R&H 2 door Hardtop, V 8, Auto. trans., Power 12.75: no ultimate injury or accident complete line of Duncan Supplies&Glazes and all types of brushes
70 FORD TORINO. 9 Passenger Station Wagon, V.8, Auto. because of timely and proper and equipment are in stock for your convenience. For those who don't
trans., Factory air, Power steering, Power brakes, Tinted action by supply and safety wish to pour mold the hobby shop handles Greeneware and all the
,
glass Luggage rack R&H WWT. IJWif
PLYMOUTH FURY III. Convertible, V.8, Auto. trans., personnel. The incident may fixtures to accomodate this hobby.
Factory air, Power steering, Power brakes, RI H,WWT. W75 serve to alert readers to potential The Ceramics Hobby Shop is located in Building 4 and the hours of
47 DODGE QT 2.door Hardtop, V.8, Auto. trans., Factory air, future problems. It is suspectedthat operation are as follows:
Power
st..dng'R&H.
$1375
67 PONTIAC CATALINA. 2.door Hardtop, V.8, Auto. trans, many commands and "activities
Factory, Power steering, Power brakes, R&H,WWT 11375 utilize the pine oil Tues. 12 am-8 pm
CHEVY bVA".2.door Hardtop. ,V.8,Auto. trans., disinfectant because of its Thurs. 12 am-8pm
S1025
R&H.
pleasant odor. That is, it is used Wed. am-6pm
not as a disinfectant in the true Fri. 12 am-6 pm
WESTSIDE Ul QMWoeASSATAVE. sense but rather as a dedorizer. If Sat. am-4pm
this is, indeed the case then the
phaseout of pineoil and the For all you sailors who have nothing to do stop by and make yourselfa
PHONE 39 *1'HOUSe substitution of other disinfectantmay beer mug.

OF QUALITY $ERVICr result in injuries unless

proper training and precautions that they really need a disinfectant -
are given to personnel involved in and not just a deodorizer.the .
mixing and use of the If only a deodorizer is needed, the
Gut outaihaitfosuppeE. materials. use of pine oil to eliminate odors
ps ''':; It is recommended that all could be supplanted by better

activities review their use of pine cleaning procedures or ventilation.
oil disinfectant and make sure .
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Movie Schedule

JAX AIR NEWS Call: 388-2755

MAS Jacksonville 1 ads
should
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Tuesday for publication, the following Thursday. u m arirm
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NAS'Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE publisher publshep the, ,fOllowing' week unless the Thursday.October 21 HOSPITAL: 'PLAZA SUITE'
II instructed otherw.se. A check or
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received the copy for the ad. Color horror starring Gloria Wednesday,October 27

Grahame and Milton Seller. 'GP'G NAS: 'THE ADVENTURES'Color
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Fri., 29 Oct., Dance
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NAVY WIVESPut 1 Dec. to 1 June. AC, TV, Dishes, cartoon animated
Fleet Reserve of Jax, Inc. Linens. Wish a couple or bachelors. starring Color war drama starring Brian
your skills to work. Interesting 5391 Collins Rd. 264-9166 cartoon. 'G' E ((78 mins.)
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Saturday,
3M-S371 BABY SHOES BRONZED
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JOE'S HANDY MAN SERVICE' 771-3100 for appointments. Not sold by 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, clean modern Color drama starring Michael NAS: 'A GUNFIGHT' Color

The Impossible we do Immediately. mall, retail stores. trailer and Apts. 389-3007 Caine, Trevor Howard and Curt western starring Kirk Douglasand
Miracles take a little longer. House
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BEELINE FASHIONS 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, kitchen, living money down on New Star Mobile Sunday,October 24
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m chine. Phone 7860721.MENWOMEN. swimming. Mobile Home area. Also 9 Pass. Wag. Auto, V-8, Power and NAS: 'THE NIGHT DIGGER' \

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lots. E-Z Terms. One mile E. Lake Like New. Original' owner Leave Patricia Neal and Pamela OCT. 21 7:30 P.M.
Part or Full time Nationally know 37
No. 209. La Rue 7253992. Number 772-3423 or BOO Room 104.
Asbury on OCT. 23 10 A.M. and 1:00 P.M.
yr. old Company. Possible earnings. Brown. 'R' G ((110 mins.)
$500 a mo.within 6 mo.$1,0000 within a EQUITY BUY CRUISE FISH

year. It's work & fun. Investment $50. Pay small equity and move in this 68 Model 27' All Flgerglass, Owens

Call 7710748. very nice 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath, home. Concorde Hard Top Cruiser, 300 hrs. FIRST TIME IN
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITYRet. New w-w carpets, drapes, air cond. Just top overhauled. Mr. Christy Off.

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career earnings unlimited. Be your Louise T. Bailey 70 LUXURY

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\ BR, IVi Bath, W to W carpet, Built In 771-9452 .
Range and Oven, AC, Priced to sell.
MISCELLANEOUSGEORGE'S FHA or VA. 5839 Wending Drive. 63 CHEVY STEP VAN $650 ti,
Louise T. Bailey 744-5930 7<<.5856

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CASH CLASSIC 56* 64
1925. Dogs and Cats Boarded.
Pick & Delivery Available. We buy, sell and trade equities. STING RAY COUPE Next Mon. ) 8:30
up ((25th :
Louise T. Bailey Both mint and loaded, your choice. i;
Defining & Bathing.
Grooming
771-3605 Broker $1900. Chief Forrest Jax Ext. 3822 or
Mastercharge & BankAmerlcard1 733.2485. RESERVED SEATS 354.2041
accepted. Visitors welcome. 5085
Edgewood Crt. 3890064. NEW HOMES
3 & 4 BR, 2 baths, Built-in-Range, LAST WEEK OF LEASE
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0. Lyon Broker, 781.1422 1967 VW Special Low Price Learn To FlyIntroductory
For more Information call 356.8351 1966 Chevrolet AC

any hour 1965 Lemans-Sta.Wag. AC
ORANGE PARK 1964 Thunderbird- Save Lesson
NEW RCAAND ZENITH STEREOS 3 BR, 2 B, Cent. Heat & Air, 2 yrs. old 1964 Valiant Clean FAA APPROVED
Consoles some with AM-FM, tape Walter Vance,Assoc. 1966 Comet AT
players. At dealers cost to liquidate Jack Valentino, 1965 Valiant Sta. Wag. Private FREE
stork. Full warrantyl I Phone 7710409. Real Estate Inc. (Make Offer) Commercial
398.8191 MLS Realtor 264.4367 Many More To Choose FromFINANCINGAVAILABLE Instrument Instructor.

LIVE CRABS AND FRESH FISH For Limited
OAK HILL PARK Smith Used Cars
Wilford's Royce VA Approved
Fish Camp. 2649707. Large,3 BR, trl.level, $6,000 dwn. $210 1557 Cassat Ave. 384-3658 Time
mo. Cdr. Murphy, 771-3211, Ext. 405, Available Only
FLYTOWHERETAnywhere Courses
or 7728209. CHARGER DAYTON A'500'
you want, flight Instruction
or charter. Call Dick or Bill Fully loaded. Must sell. Getting out HERLONG AVIATION, INC.
781.2636. OAKHILL-EQUITYBUY Navy $2100. 396.7560.ATLANTIC .
3 BR, Masonry, Air conditioned, OFF NORMANDY BLVD. A
LAWNS EDGING MOWING excellent condition. RENT-A-CAR
double carport
Curbs, sidewalk We 181.2636"l
and driveways.
Assume 5'/4' percent mortgage, 18 yrs. and up. Free Delivery, 387.
clean up the mess and leave It neat. $76 month. (Includes tax
payable per 5413.
Call Hart, 771.3211 Ext. 8340.
and insurance) Call Mr. Starling or

HEATING Mr. Hulslander, 396-4087 1962 OLDS DYNAMIC

Central Furnances, Wall Furnances, =: 4 Dr., $295. to good mechanic. THE t
Space Heaters, Clean and repaired.Tyler's RENTALS Probable burnt Valve. 264.5055 after 5 p gJ&

Heat and Air Cond. _

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Of Jack & the Hurricanes Drapes Carpets, Elizabeth Nautical Charts >Oufrl/t /'r' .Nautical Wear
Friday 22 October Apts., 771-1405 or 7713355.WILMARAPTS.. *Paint *Fish Boxes t.Burgee Jacket
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5391 Collins Rd. 264.2833 Repair Material *Accettorle t Other Goodie

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SEWING TO DO Room, Kitchen, Bktstnook, EXPERT ENGINE SERVICE OUTBOARD, STERN DRIVE, INBOARD
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lawn
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387-2541
PLANNING PARTY OR BANQUET 4 percent sales tax.
Call 264 9166 Weekends, 3890744. ANTIQUES ROOSEVELT/ BLVD it OITE6A RIVER

Fleet Reserve of Jax, Inc. Call 264-4586 I JacisomiUe.llorifa |MU (IIUMI ;
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t:: '; EEt tE::::::: ::::;; c: third method, application
VA. (NAVNEWS) ... PMU-2 has initiated a regular The
for medical of insecticides, is emphasized for
'Anyone having the impressionthat training program
W. Lord of
ADJl Ralph They are
aboard medical personnel.
the pests are out of control and supply personnel
VP-5, was recently piped aboard Navy ships and are a ships of the Fleet. This training taught during their entire day of
over the side and trans- significant threat to the health of includes three phases: preven training which insecticides to use
ferred to the Fleet the crew does not have the tion of entry, sanitation methods and how to apply them most
Reserve. complete story,'said an informed and information about the latest effectively.To .
Navy official insecticides and methods of help them, most ships havea
'If you consider that probably application.The pest control locker that con-
GySgt. John A. Chlebo 95 percent of the houses in the first method, prevention of tains every standard item needed
received his transfer to the world have at least one ant, then I entry, is stressed primarily for for shipboard pest control.
Fleet Marine Force guess you can say that all those supply personnel. They attend a One of the newest and most
Reserve after 21 of houses are'Infected'. But, that, in half day of training at PMU to effective insecticides is baygon.It .
years itself, is not a serious situation learn how to inspect onions, flushes the insects out of their
service. if action is taken to curb further potatoes and other ship suppliesthat hiding places and kills them
growth of the problem. might contain the pests. rapidly. It continues to root out
GySgt. Chtebo Insect experts at the Navy The second method, good pests weeks after it has been
AMEC Gene Seward, a Environmental Preventive sanitation, is a command applied. It is completely safe for
maintenance chief of VP-5, Medicine Unit (PMU) here say responsibility. PMU-2 experts shipboard personnel.
retired after 21 years of the problem of pests aboard Navy stress that by eliminating spilled Research providing the latest
Naval Service. ships has been greatly decreasedwith food upon which the pests might methods for shipboard personnel
the introduction of new and feast, pests can be significantly using them, the problem of pests
more efficient control methods. reduced or even eliminated continues to diminish.
GySgt. Ricardo Mar- _.
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tinez Lopez of Marine Air 'ZM FIELD CHIEFS Marine
Reserve Training Detach- r fr Reservist, LCpl. J. Jones (left)
ment, NAS Jacksonville r and PFC J. Parrish members of
retired after completing VMA-142, take a few minutes to
19112 years of service. I ,w\ k WY ,y S cook up their rations during
guerrilla warfare exercise
.... conducted recently.
..
AMEC Seward.
Navy Needs

jSL Y'S Store KeepersJax

A shortage of
Storekeepers (SK) supervisors -
"Original"BARBQUE assistants (E5-E9)) in LantFlt
Submarines has created a need
for eligible volunteers to transfer
I from LantFlt assets to alleviatethis

OPEN 11 AM-? PM manning deficitCommanding

4909 .LANDING 7 DAYS A WEEK PH. 771-WO Marines Stage Guerilla War requested to screen officers all are SK

\ volunteers for eligibility and to
Jax A limited field exerciseduring this month put members of send all applications to CO
GySgt. Martins.Lop.: their drill weekend earlier Florida's 'Flying Gators' VMA- EPDOLANT using NAVPERS
142 In the position of asking 1306.
'Who's who' in guerilla warfare. Volunteers from ships
There were no 'good' guys or scheduled for inactivation are
'bad' guys in the exercises. The particularly encouraged. Applicants -
Marines split themselves into two who are accepted will be
forces. One, to locate and gather assigned to duty in the NLON,
To the wetness of Rise intelligence data on the other, NOR CHASN or KWEST type .
prove while the second force aimed at home ports. Duty preferences
countering all efforts' of the should be stated accordingly.
this man shaved seekers. Direct input (without submarine
The two groups departed NAS school) will be effected.
Jacksonville before dawn,
without using water.And Saturday, Oct. 2, and set up their set up ambushes and booby traps
any base camps at Camp Blandingwith for the opposing patrols.
a lot of woods and brush
Following a short truce in the
he actually got a smooth, Slowly it seeps moisture Into your between them. evening to remove a stalled
clean shave beard and holds it there for as long. as After setting up defensive vehicle from the exercise area,
around their base
The reason he got such a clean It takes you to shave ( positions own the opposing forces kept pressureon
each force
shave is the moisture in Rise? The point we're trying to .* 't tMw camps patroling to find and heckle began the each other through the night
A lather needs moisture,needs prove is this other.It and up until noon on Sunday.

wetness, so your beard won't dry out If our man can get a smooth, was a cat and mouse exercisefor They returned to NAS
beneath it.And. clean shave using Rise with no water, the Marines throughout the Jacksonville that afternoon to
you can't buy a lather imagine what you can do using day. Especially for these aviation clean and secure their equip-
that's wetter than Rise. Rise with water. oriented Marines. Even those ment, and followed up with
with combat experience found it talking over the 'rights' and
,. and realistic 'wrongs' in the exercise.
HM to glHtrf Iredtnark el Corl Wollcxt.'Inc. interesting enoughto
make the battle against
Florida's summer heat and Although they suffered one
tricky snakes worthwhile. casualty (the stalled vehicle)
Using blank small arms ammunition during the field training, the
smoke grenades: and aviation Marines successtully
other devices, patrols from both accomplished their mission.
forces were able to snipe on and They learned
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I! ComFair Jax Chief UPicUrn BallotNAME Bowling League ScoresAmerican



t' Wins U-Pie-Urn WON LOST

Late Charters 2 7 2
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r \ Jax YNC Walter S. Oliver ConFalrJax 12 8EZephyrs
1<( edged out three other 9 1 RANK OR TITLE AGE-PHONE 11 9
I, predictors this week to becomethe Evildoers 13 11

U Pic Em winner in one of SERVICE NUMBER ---
,i the closest battles of the season. Pacific League
'
Chief Oliver,from ComFairJax (This week's games)
Legal,was a runner up a coupleof WON LOST

'" weeks ago and this week one of I WASHINGTON OREGON STATE
F the balloters he edged out was L. MAD Foxes 171h 61h
i A. Wintz from NARF who won VP-45 .14 6

1 one of the season's opening L IOWA STATE KANSAS FiceurV 161h 71h
contests. All you other ballotersare Split Makers 12 8
"1 going to havelo really study. SOUTII CAROLINA FSU Dragons NOT:? 13 ill"--: -
up 11 you plan to beat Oliver and
< Wintz for the season cham Continental League
,C pionships.The NOTRE DAME USC
only game that caught WON LOST

I Oliver by surprise was Arkansas' ARIZONA STATE NEW MEXICO ,
i upset over Texas. lie said that if Pin Busters 21 3

\ he had known how many Texas Chokers 12 4
HOUSTON
starters would miss the game he ALABAMA CPO's 9 7
would have gone with Arkansas. Chiefs 11 9

Oliver, a native of South BROWN COLGATE ,____ Wildones 13 11
Carolina, has been at.NAS about
t Chief Oliver vile with his wife Lilla end three NORTH CAROLINA_ WAKE FORREST Atlantic League

children.

Take your baby Others who came up with 9-1 CHICAGO DETROIT WON LOST
records this week were AK1
James Keethler and MetallurgistGene Ney Bowlers 18 6
Bird. WASHINGTON KANSAS CITY VP-45No.2 17 7

Good&Bad 15 5

to a specialist. Dragons No.3 12 8
Gems 14
New Veterans Administration 10

WE MAINTAIN IT authority to sell mortgages it Tie Breaker: predict final score on the game between Washingtonand
WITH LOVING CARE holds from direct loans to vet Oregon State. Indicate winners in other games by a check mark. National League
erans at prevailing market discount Ballot Boxes for NAS and Cecil Field are located at Galley One and
TOM BUSH Volkswagen
rates is expected to make the Navy Exchange near the away counter.Ballots must be in by Radar 18 6
RfblJMAN g'lIAAJ more direct loam available to noon Friday each week or they won't be picked up.GOOD LUCK! Alley Cats 14 6
veterans who live in eligible Leprechuns 12% 7V&

9150 Atlantic Blvd. areas. Commodores 12V& 7tt
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Marines Slay Dragons In ,I..I..I..I..I.! !.I..I..I..I.I..I..I..I..I.! ! !,I..I.I.! !,I,!.I.!,I..I.! I.!.{ GOLF .
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NAS Football ActionJax Jax Sports Briefs STANDINGS American League


WON.. .LOST
Marine
The Barracks were shutout twice last week I''I'i'T'i'piTi'i, v Th TTTTJ-I".i'I'' T'I.1, 7 riTi, TTTTTT"
Touch Football team had a close making it five straight losses and NARJAXNo.l 4 0
call last week while trying to run five straight games in which they Hospital 4 0
their unbeaten string to six haven't scored. They l lost 12-0 to Jax Seven teams have indicated entry in the ComFairJax.Touch A..c Malnt. 24 24
games as they slipped by the MATSG as Grover and Long Football Tournament which will begin play on October 25. Prior to the Dragons No. 1 1'* 24
Dragons on a second half score to scored and ComFairJax beat start of play in the tournament a meeting will be held at 9:00: on VP-45 1 3
win 12-6. The Dragons fought the them 14 .0 as T. Zackowski and Monday morning for all of the coaches at the NAS Gym. Drawings for VW-4 0 1
Marine team to a 6 .6 standoff in P. Snow did the scoring. the bracketing.in the double elimination tournament will be held at Supply 0 4
the first half. Forney did the In the National League Com the meeting.
scoring for the victors and Sellers munications duplicated Air Ops Games will be played at 12:00: 1:00: and 2:00: p.m. on Monday, National League
scored for the Dragons. The five-game losing streak by losing Tuesday and Wednesday. The semi finals and the finals will be heldon
Marines also downed Hospital 14 to the Mad Foxes 22 0. Com Thursday and Friday" Teams that are entered in the tourney are WON LOST
A sis Forney,_ Waldrpp_ _andHazelburg munications-has slightdge-over-. VA.l1iJmlU-45 from Cecil Field and.VP-45, VP5. VP.- 6, VW-4 and! ___ _
took care of the Air Ops in scoring, however, as ComFairJax from NAS. VP-45 4 0
scoring chores. they have scored one touchdown NARJAX No. 2 311 11FAW11
NARJAX also remained unbeaten in five games. Anderson scored Jax On Friday October 22 at 11-30: a meeting for all personnel 213 11MARTD )
after downing the Bees 14 two touchdowns and Bullock interested in officiating Intramural Basketball will be held. Plans for 3 2
. 0 with Braswell scoring one scored one in the Mad Foxes' conducting a clinic will be held at the meeting.Jax 679th 1 2
touchdown and Abbot scoring one victory.In DRAGONS .2 1 4
TD and two point after attempts. An organizational meeting for Intramural Basketball will be FICEUR 0 4
VP-45 kept hot on the heels of other gridiron action last held October 27 at 9:30: at the NAS Gym. All units interested in par-
NARJAX as they edged MARTD week Medical only led VW-4 6.0 ticipating are asked to send a representative to the meeting.Jax .
8.6. Pratt scored for VP-45 and at the half but came back strong BEWARE OF
Gunter scored the winning point in the second half to win 26 8. .C .
15BOOBY
after attempt while Cameron Green led the scoring with two The Athletic Office is looking for anyone interested in TN !
scored for MARTD.It TDs while Spencer and Nix addedone coaching the Jax Navy Basketball Fliers team for the upcomingseason. TRAP
turned out to be another one apiece. Williams scored for Someone with experience is desired but experience is not
of those weeks for Air Ops as they VW-4. required. If you are interested contact the Athletic Office at Ext. 3239.

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Jax There are nine teams entered in the Intramural Volleyball
League which will get underway on October 26. Any unit or commandwho
How They're Standing would still like to enter a team is asked to contact the Athletic
Office as soon as possible. st

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The events of the past year and the s _

drawn'increased attention to the,row'n' '
Navy'in maintaining' liability and '
At a time when national policy call
more of the burden of their own /, .s .,
lane of communication. and '

vital.Our ability to quickly respond to '
commitment remain' a keystone 'in
This' year'Navy Day theme, "True I
underscores the fact that those who (
mutt also" consider the mobility, / '
modern Navy'quickly able to answer'it'
The success of our efforts to maintain' (
today and 'in*the future, will 'in large '
lit nation' chance for the "Generation
neatly desire.' declaring Wed.
On this PIth anniversary' of the ( ) of the Navy League
hand Porcari(I), chief of
Godspeed and smooth sailing 'in
ahead. day in 1775 when the
of a fleet to protect the
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The basis for this year's Navy Day
Navy is surprisinly, a benediction .
luncheon in Denver. In that benediction, it
thewisdomnot only to recognize the need
take steps to insure that we maintained
No doubt, there are many who would
ry
asking Divine assistance in spurring us to
armed forces, and particularly our naval
actions taken in recent years to State of
something more is needed than the it
mortals. Our track record, so far as
and then applying our resources are
spiring. and free '
Fascinating indeed is the saga of those
used the seas to their advantage,usually
had the opportunity to do so, but failed to ; and
that they do so. So much of what has from
years has directly affected the continent '
part. Surely we cannot lose sight of the 'n r r,
the French contributed directly to our ; and
almost cost us that independence several ( proper
only the construction of the greatest and ;
us to insure our hard-won freedoms Just a and par
Yet today, with the size, strength all over {.
dangerously reduced,we find ourselves to
another major power shows us how to
fleet which soon will be showing us
causing such consternation in the world City of
growth is also the largest land mass. twenty-
contend it doesn't need maritime assets of and call
Could it be that there is more to the ob-
vival? Could it be that not only have they .
but also are going to apply what they have
There are many who, when they read
year will chide, indeed belabor, the
being so crass as to even suggest that
what many consider to be an
nations of the world were of the same
permitting the decline of their maritime
so loudly might have some reason for it. veset my
upon a truly'crash'program and spends seal this
resources men, money and day of
modern maritime force in the world 1971.
vociferous critics pause for a moment
mean? Will that force always be a peaceful
a solid position to challenge for supremacy
Our response cannot be just the
others can rattle them just as noisily. In
then must be a Navy which not only has
free, but which is inspired to keep them
task of creating a true and lasting pease.
the challenge at sea, someone will use the
just as have aggressive powers and
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Navy Day Honors Crusader of Seapowerby I

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Franklin Hibel administration.A harbor February 15, 1898 recruitment of three The victory over the
Editor,Mayport Mirror militant during those -with a tragic loss of 260 of dashing cavalry regimentsand Spanish Navy and the
hectic years, Theodore the men on board. Only 16 he literally rushed to resultant world attention
Mayport -- In the Roosevelt caused con- of the 354 man crew join his old friend Leonard fulfilled one of his greatest
dramatic development of siderable concern to his escaped injury or death. Wood in establishing the dreams. On May 1, 1908 -
the United States as a superior, Secretary of the There was a general "Rough Riders" for the tenth anniversary of
world power, no tribute in Navy John D. Long, and demand for war with the service in Cuba.Roosevelt the battle at Manila Bay-
its history was more even President William motto, "Remember the subsequently President Roosevelt sent
merited than naming McKinley, with his Maine," sweeping the became the Spanish the following message to
Navy Day in honor of belligerent advocacy of a nation. War with Spain American War's greatest Adm. Dewey: "Surely no
Theodore Roosevelt's strong Navy. came two months later. hero as a result of capturing man In any country could
birthday October 27 "No triumph of peace is Santiago when he hope for a higher reward
with the first such ob- quite so great as the led the unit of dismountedmen than is yours, for no other
servance established in supreme triumphs of up San Juan Hill. A man living stands to his
1922.Until war," he told the Naval ,. dominant political figure countrymen in quite the
the energetic War College. upon his return, Teddy same position that you
"Teddy" came along, no Bittered over his successively and suc- do."
American championed the inability to issue in- it-1, cessfully rose to New York Theodore Roosevelt wasa
cause of sea power as he structions of importance to ,.. governor and vice militant only where his
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did,first as a historian and the fleet, Roosevelt seized "J ,,,J JT president. country was involved.
then as a political figure. his opportunity one \ McKinley's assassina- Proof Is in his winning the
Yet, mention the mementous day when '1 tion put Theodore Nobel Peace Prize in 1906
dynamic Theodore Secretary Long was out. Roosevelt in the for his role as mediator in
Roosevelt and the average Obviously delighted, he "i. president's chair. the Russo Japanese War
person will immediately cabled Adm. George 'iI..,. The defeat of the and his intervention in the
identify him with the Dewey to prepare the fleet ., :' Spanish Navy at Manila, Moroccan dispute between
"Rough Riders," the for eventual action. The together with the defeat of .the great European
cavalry unit with which he admiral did so im- the Spanish fleet by powers.He .
was associated during the mediately. It was only the RAdm. William T. Sampson remained a staunch
Spanish American War.A year before that Roosevelt Theodore RooseveltWhen at Santiago,. Cuba advocate of a powerful
courageous and appointed him to com- marked the emergence of Navy throughout his
outspoken patriot, he mand the Asiatic it started, the United States as a lifetime. Even in
enhanced American naval squadron.It Theodore Roosevelt had no world power.In retirement, as World WarI
prestige in 1907 when, as was a strategic intention of missing the reality, it was "one of broke out, he warned at
President, he sent a fleet decision. Shortly after, the action while sitting behindan those feats," wrote every opportunity that the
of United States bat- battleship Maine was executive desk in the Theodore Roosevelt, United States should be
tleships on a cruise around destroyed by a mysterious Navy Department. "which mark the begin- fully prepared.
the world. Sixteen of the explosion in Havana Congress had authorized ning of new epochs." (Continued on Page 10))

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reviewed the fleet. That
was on February 22, 1909.
This show of strength to A SALUTE TONAVY YOU.
the world in general gave
meaning to the President's .

favorite expression,
"Speak softly, but carry a
big stick."
Theodore Roosevelt
initially became Navy-
oriented in 1879 as a seniorat : 1
Harvard University. He
discovered that no historyof
naval warfare of the
War of 1812 existed."I .
will write one
myself," he said and
immediately began the DAY
formidable task. It was
published in 1882 when he
was 24 and remains to this
day an excellent historical
The 27th day of October Is a Special Day for the more than 700,000 men and
study. r women serving in the United States Navy In military Installations throughout the
The Navy always world.Our appreciation Is given this day to all our Naval personnel.
remained his favorite s
branch of service, despitethe
fact that he rode a
nation wide wave of
unprecedented popularityas
the indomitable Army
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cavalry "Rough Rider." .r
And "T. E." rode that
wave to the presidency.
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connection with the Navy
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The NAS Jax Administration largest and most complex part of lions, each with Its own super
Department is made the Administration Department. visor.
up of: people who care regardlessof Personnel's mission is best The first section Is the administrative -
their rank or time in service, summed up by their motto,which force two Yoemen.
they work together at one says they strive to provide fast, Together they handle the incoming -
common goal helping people. accurate and courteous service In mall, correspondence,
Cdr. W.L. Parks Jr. is the the handling of official records security clearances and casualty
person with overall supervisionfor and requests by rendering reports for the entire air station
all Admin Department func- assistance and not resistance. The manpower section
tions.One of his primary duties is maintains personal diaries,
as space control officer for all Responsibility for Personnel ration reports and rotation a
billeting on station. He must also Office matters falls to distributions such as Seavey,
make sure that local policies Wave LCdr. Sandra Snodderly, Wavey and Osvey. They also
coordinate with Navywide who is assisted by Lt.jg( ) D.L. oversee Navy Enlisted
policies. Barber and her enlisted Classification coding and process
In addition, he It officer-In- representative, PNCM O.R. personnel and departmental
charge of classified control, yard Grant. allowances, authorizations for
mall, central flies, and lastly, pro-pay, inter departmental
protocol for visiting dignitaries. The Personnel Office contains transfers and muster reports.
Assisting Cdr. Parks in his jobis service records for all personnel The third section is Receiptsand
LCdr.R.G. Johnson and Lt(jg). stationed here a total of more Transfers, where personnel
J.I/ Franks The clerical work than 1100 men and women. To check in and out. The office staffis
for the office is handled by a handle the various aspects of an responsible for temporarily rte.. .'
civilian secretary Individual record the office Is assigned personnel, giving Career Counselor, Chief; N. Gape counsels a sailor on his benefits. .
The Personnel Office is the divided into four dUfcrwt secTh authorization for medals and
awards and processing BAQ Is the Transient Personnel Office. staffed by four enlisted people
requests for allotments or Here eight staff members are and Ens. C.F. Black, the officerin -
t dependency changes.In responsible for more than 400 charge. They are responsiblefor
addition, they handle students, medical holds, transients the Naval CorrespondenceCourses
separations, retirements, Fleet awaiting orders and for advancement,
Reserve transfers, leave and separation, limited duty personnel issuing' information on advancements
Ak evaluations. and those on legal hold or and educational
All responsibilities of the pending further transfer. opportunities, initiating school
Personnel Office are ac- The transient staff can accountfor requests from the Formal School
complished with the aid of 17 572 men and women whom Catalog and issuing texts to aid in
Navy Peraonnelmen, Yeomen they have separated since advancements, college courses
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the office will get done within finance record. tests for advancements in rating,
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not feasible, this kind of the direction of a master at also offer equivalency cer-
cooperation is the spirit which arms. His job is to provide accommodations tificates for high school and
makes dealing with them a little for the many college through the GED General
more pleasant. Navy personnel who report Ejduc.atlp.0. Development Program.A .
Another division within the aboard. new program now being offered
i .r all Administration Department-and Also in the Admin Departmentis Is the On-Board College, a
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The last division is Officer DCS' are'lome of his tasks.If administers the station's service
Records, a demanding job for reenlistment Is what you Information programs. lie also
three Yeoman who are respon- want, he will advise you on incentives promotes and coordinates special r
sable for more than 130 records. such as choice of duty programs or projects as assigned
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account for separations, leave, The Career Counselor has activities upon request.
receipts and transfers, officer's direct correspondence with
BUPERS. In this he Another division within AdminIs '
personnel diaries, security way is a
clearances, medals and many liaison between rating detailers Yard Mall, which coordinates
miscellaneous duties as well. and personnel. If someone needs all base correspondence, Internal
information be can get It. communications and
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tivities within the admin job is that of the postal director. Incoming mall and correspondence -
department and one of the more lie is responsible for redirecting going from department to
important to personnel is the mail to more than 5,000 people on department. In addition they
Career Counselor. He would like station. Handling between 2,000 distribute notices und la* '
to destroy the old adage that he's and 3,000 pounds of mail from tractions.
there just to ship you over; that's letters to packages keeps this The last division is the y
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t V airplane was one of the greatest developments of naval

1 Cecil lUnCuced the third dimension of air space to what had heretofore
warfare. both at and beneath the
waters
world's ,
(a. ...... y> been a simple -problem of using the
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A second cousin in the in- under the aircraft constant scrutiny by cost only if incorporated aboard a ship
ventory of naval weapons, in Its of the Defense Depart- of some kind.Despite .
Infancythe airplane rose to a peak analysts its
tremendous
survive this surveillance advantages
To
during World. War II and has ment. naval aviation has to a seabased system
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pre presented formidable obstacles.
military
f fi It be able to perform some
Navy for almost 30 years now
and missions better than any other The solution to these problems
made the battleship obsolete brought forth the combination

revolutionized naval tactics. force.Throughout the history of navalaviation. land based, sea based system
Although other military the flying profession that the U. S. Navy has today
i ,.. compete with naval
i"tt' systems attracted inquisitiveand With great dedication, a small
\,;_. ......"'" aviation today and have supplanted has Intelligent many naval officers. band of aviators, barely toleratedby
TODAY'S Today's ffffctor, tut A7B Corsair II, has a payload of It In some missions Their Imaginative thinking has their brother officers duringthe
11,500 pounds and a speed of *00 MPH, plus. The A7B's weaponry In- Its future seems assured for some left no avenue of aircraft employment early years, stuck to their
I eludes conventional nucltar, and air to air mliilln. The primary years to come. naval unexplored. task of working out the

mission of the Navy's A7B Corsair Ills long range attack missions. aircraft Pound is for the pound most, expensive a In developing this new military techniques of naval aviation.In .

This Is a far cry from the old Navy's short distance attack plants. weapon in the nation's arsenal,so system, the Navy has also been retrospect, it U clear that
ably assisted by the aircraft their determination and
The FF-1 Grumann's first Industry, whose engineers early Imaginative theories saved the
production aircraft was the demonstrated the drive, terracity Navy during World War II and,
Navy's first Grumann and the and creativeness that made the through changes during the
world's first production lighter United States one of the leadersIn years, made naval aviation whatIt
with retractable landing gear world aviation. At the beginning is today. A true peace through
Twtnty-stvtn FF-1 were naval planners foresaw strength on the sea and In the air.
produced at Farmlngdalt Long needs for fighters, dive bombers, Today, through years of hard
Island and delivered between torpedo planes and scouting work, determination and
April 24 and November 1, 19J3, to 4.II aircraft. imagination, there are about as
,. fighting squadron SDVF-SB( ) at All but the last bad to be many different designs surface
NAS North Island, California. t relatively small and ships Each is designed for some
Fighting Five, the oridlnal 'rtd maneuverable. Consequently, special mission requirements
Ripptrs' squadron, operated the they were only able to fly short such as precision bombing, interception
FF-1 from North Island, distances without refueling. photographic
California and aboard the U.S.S. Since these aircraft operated reconnaissance or transport.The .
Lexington from Iftt through from land bases, they had limited mainstays of naval
1915. During 1f34, these aircraft value for wide ocean reaches aviation the fighter and attack
were withdrawn from service for where the Navy wanted to roam, aircraft, patrol aircraft antisubmarine
conversion to FF 2's and as well as the faraway locations planes and
assignment to Naval Reserve where conflicts might occur. helicopters again show the U. S.
stations Records Indicate that 25 It was soon obvious to air Navy's great strength in
of the production aircraft were pioneers that naval aviation aviation.
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NAS Jax Takes on New Lookby


JOSN John Dooie Jax Air News itaff;:
Jax NAS Jacksonville
has
been around a long time, but if till loon on the drawing board but ai Aircraft Support Facility a.
you take a look at some of the at contracts are awarded In (Hangar 1000). The new in-
construction going on and plans January for the 1972 fiscal year, crement will be an exact replicaof
for future construction, the construction will begin. the other facilities and will
One
of the
station is looking younger contracts to be have a new apron area, This third
every awarded
in
January of next increment will
year. year begin the final
is
One example of the new look of a $1.6.million contract to begin total for the entire VPComplexto
construction
on the third and $10 million.
thing around NAS is the final Increment
to the Patrol Another contract to be awarded

in January plus a SeaBee Sell .
,. Help Project will make life a
little easier in the future for
married personnel at NAS 1' p

Jacksonville. ..
The six million contract will
be awarded in January and
construction is scheduled in

March on 300 new family housing ss _
units. The units will be located \
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south of the Hospital and will be
J built in a townhouse type design.
They will be two story, two and
three bedroom structures ..

.' complete with air conditioning.Early .
Y next spring the Sea
Bees will start work on a $100,000
Sell Help Project which will 'I '
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consist of laying 36 pads for '
mobile homes which will be used
for enlisted housing. : '
The bachelors are also going to -i: ::
see changes in their living s
quarters next year when construction
on a new two million
BEQ. It will house 672 men and
replace the five existing p r.

facilities. In January, con ,
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phones.All Is the VP-Complex when construction was first starting. This scene
I MILLION DOLLAR STRUCTURE The new Fuel Accessories of these projects promise to will soon repeat Itself as the third and final Increment to Hangar 1000
Overhaul Building scheduled to open in November is |lust one of the make NAS Jacksonville one of will begin construction early next year. The new Increment will be an
many new structures that will be springing up at NAS. the most modern stations in exact replica of the other facilities.
today's Navy.
Domestic and Industrial Waste
Treatment Facility located northof
the station's runways. When
the $2 million facility is
completed at the end of the year,
.it will include a new industrial
waste gravity collection system,
a new pumping station and a new
treatment plant.
Included in these construction
plans are modifications to Improve
the efficiency of the -
existing facilities and a new R yr'p-

operation laboratory.
The new facility will have the
capacity to handle 2.5 million
gallons of domestic and in-
dustrial waste each day and will

meet the requirements of the ..,
Florida State Board of Health as
well as those of the Federal
Water Pollution Control Agency.
Another visible example of
progress at NAS is the Fuel
Accessories Overhaul Building,
located near the Pirates Cove.
The $1 million structure,when
completed around November 1
this year,will be supplied with the
necessary plant equipment for
repairing, overhauling and
testing jet and reciprocating
engine fuel accessories in a semi-

clean atmosphere.Two .
other new construction

projects week that with just ground-breaking got underwaylast Finally. A big car as good as Volkswagen

ceremonies will soon add a new
look to NAS. These projects when
finished will be $1. million Have you noticed how everyone's trying thot eats gas and hogs parking spaces. fuel injection Metallic finish. Undercoating.
a
VolksSo what kind of automobile is it? And .
more.wagon
Heat Treatment Foundry and Die to build a small car as good as a
? It's a big cor with plenty of power. All standard equipment.
Forming Facility and a $2.5 Well, we think it's time someone built a Because we put the most powerful air. We've been designing and building and
million Aircraft Paint Strippingand big car as good as a Volkswagen. cooled engine we've ever built In back. testing the VW 411 since 1965.
Corrosion Treatment So we did. And there it is. But it still goes about 22 miles on a And for the post two years it's been
Facility. The 411 Volkswagen 4-Door sedan. gallon. driven millions of miles all over Europe and ..
The Heat Treatment facility The biggest VW sedan you've ever seen. Its a big car that's as nimble as many Africa. Under every road condition imagin
will replace outgrown and obsolete ) And the first VW with four doors. small cars. But doesn't need power steering. able. By thousands of owners.
facilities, used for the past So now that we've told you what our It's a big car with plenty of room Inside. Now it's here in America.
27 years, and will provide modernin big surprise is, we'll tell you what It Isn't. But it's only a foot and a half longer than So now, after all these
years, you condrive
house facilities for AS The 411 is not a big Beetle. our Beetle outside.
Vigilantes and A7 Corsair II Because it was built from the ground up Finally, it's a big car with a lot of extras a big car as good as our little car.
aircraft and engines.The to be a different: kind of Volkswagen. you don't pay extra for: And now everyone else can start all
Aircraft Stripping and With all the comfort and styling of a big Like an automatic transmission. Radialve.r again.car .
tires. Front disc brakes. Reclining bucket Trying to build a big car as good as our
Corrosion Facility will providean .
another big car seats. Rear-window defogger Electronic big car.ALSAGERVOLKSWAGEN.
environmentally controlledarea And the 411 is not |lust

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examination and evaluation,
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By JOSN Richard Beck, Jax Air News Staff


rl Jax Hangar 1000, home of Fleet Air Wing 11 squadrons, is a giant whose
bones are giant steel girders covered with a skin of barren concrete, but whose

vital organs are made up of something much more powerful people.
More than 14000 men some in greasy dungarees, some in flight suits and
FLYING OVER THE ATLANTIC-LTo(| ) Forte of VP-u checks and in the air in of
The others in spotless whites work on the ground pursuit a
to his heading.
screen In the cockpit (tower right hand corner) get
screen Is tied into the P-3C's computer system, relaying navigation common goal.
data and Information on submarine activity.
Their mission: to keep an ever according to Capt. Vaught, has Coast.
present watch over the South been the shift from the Neptuneto Although many people try, it is
Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico P-3's, especially to the new P- impossible to single out any one
WESTSIDETOYOTA letting this nation's potentialenemies 3C.The squadron as being 'the best'. The
know that submerged P-3 provided greater range men who compose each squadronhave
submarines can still be 'seen' and speed, additional safety tremendous pride in their
through the wonder of elec factors,as well as a new array of group and each flight crew is a
tronics. technical submarine hunting family.
Fleet Air Wing 11 has 36 patrol equipment.What When men fly, each member of
1It planes of the P-3 Orion series lies in the future for the the flight crew depends on the
carrying, anti submarine NAS Jax VP complex? others and the lives of all
equipment and crews of highly In brief,VP45 will have P-3C's, depend on the men on the ground.
trained technicians. before the end of the year and two The VP complex is enormous,
FAW-ll's newest arrival, VP- new squadrons, also with P-3C's, but every person in it is an in-
56, flies the ultra modern P-3C. will move to Jax. valuable part.Theodore.
I The P-3C has the inner appearance VP-49, now operating in
I II II of an airborne com- Iceland, is slated to arrive Roosevelt
I puter display, but, as Capt. January 1 and VP-24 will move
i William J. Vaught, commanderof here later in 1972 from Patuxent Navy Crusader
FAW-11 says, 'People still River, Md., making a total of six
make the decisions operational squadrons in FAW- (Continued from Page 3)
Anti-submarine warfare is 11. United States
ji When the
constantly taking on new facesas FAW-11 is currently one of
SalutesJacksonville's equipment is improved and the three major air anti submarine entered World War I,
men who operate it devise new warfare commands on the East Roosevelt asked per-
techniques.The Coast and, according to Capt. mission to raise and
biggest improvement in Vaught, is destined to become command a division of
the still young life of ASW 'the muter P-3C base on the East draft
Greatest volunteers beyond
r- -r
age. President Woodrow

Asset. Wilson refused the
request. Despite the old

I.I.I warrior's disappointment,
TheU. he spent his energies

supporting the war effortat

S. NAVY I'I home.
Even after the armisticein

1a 1918, Roosevelt was

1971 COROLLA SEDAN A1d violently opposed to
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STANDARD EQUIPMENT INCLUDES: 1. !, peace.
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Whit Wall Tires Reclining Bucket Seats }
Wheetcovers Nylon Carpets Tinted glass : ; J: 10' .... v..':, years of vigorous action,
Front disc brakes he died suddenly in his
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Day on October 27 would
1310 CASSAT AVE, PHONE 339 4561 not be fitting without

HOUSE OP QUALITY SERVICE CHARTING THE COURSE in the P.3C's flown by'VP-S6 Is made remembering this nation's
easier by the aid of a computer. This navigator is shown Interpreting great crusader for
data given him In!seconds by the console the background. seapower.II .

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I Mayport Enacts Anti-Pollution Measures I


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By JOC Joe Sarver
Mayport PAO sludge water Is oil water plant, where the also being considered in the fiscal the trash and garbage, it is the officers and men of the Fleet

Mayport In the past year or and separated from the oil year 1973 budget, now before buried in layers and covered with Training Center, working on an
so, more and more public at- leech discharged Into a sand filter Congress. The new system will dirt. Along with eliminatingsmoke Idea developed by the Illinois
tention has been focusing in on pit. After separation is collect ail sanitary waste water from burning, this method Institute of Technology. This
the problem of pollution, and any accomplished, the oil Is sold to a from each berth. also eliminates the problem of particular device, though, can
organization, large or small, company which specializes the Looking ahead, the station Is the trash blowing around and only be applied to one of the two
caught adding to the problem has oil.recycling The and reconverting waste Investigating the possibility of becoming a health hazard. types of training fires at Mayport
been severely censured. sold to resulting product Is then Installing a similar system to Additionally, the Fleet the open tank fire. The smoke
The present dilemma of an asphalt company and remove oily waste from the ships. Training Center at Mayport, from the structural mock up fire
Escambla Bay in Pensacola has Florida's eventually winds up as part of The system would be combined which In the past released billowsof remains a problem, but the FTC
reinforced that concern and modern highway with the sanitary waste collection smoke over the area from has requested that a f 1.3 million

brought home, finally, the full system. system and would resemble a training fires, has developed and smoke abatement device be
horror of pollution. EscambiaBay Many activities are now paying piggy back type of operation. put Into operation a smoke Included In the fiscal year 1973
is dead! Can it happen here? in to have the oil waste disposed of Sanitary waste would be abatement device. The new budget to take care of the only
Not if the Navy at Mayport can a non-polluting manner. By collected by one pipeline and sent device was rigged and installed remaining "smoker."
help itOver selling the oil, Mayport is, in a on Its way to the sewage treat during a bootstrap operation by Industrial waste is also being
the past several monthsthe manner of speaking, being paid ment plant and oily waste wouldbe eliminated at Mayport orderto
Mayport base has become to do the same thing. The results collected by another and operate the station's new cold
In a A ', ,As iron boiler plant efficiently, it is
vanguard planning and I+il III
to add certain
necessary
launching programs designed to
chemical solutions to the water
disperse pollution problems and
.; before it enters the boilers. The
"clean up" the environs of the "Fighting pollution Is everybody's job a job idea of discharging the backwash
area.
Mayport the Navy takes quite seriously." from the boilers into the river
The station has, In fact, Lwhich
would only add to the pollution
supassed the actual "clean up"
problems. Therefore, Mayport
and turned the
operation probleminto collects this backwash in a

a paying proposition. In the are, of course, savings to the transported to the oil water pci. rubber lined pit and neutralizesthe
past, Mayport has, In keepingwith .
taxpayer. Plans are presently separators. water to a non acid, non
procedures accepted and being made to further refine the It Is presently planned that the alkaline condition before it is
practiced by other Industry, procedure of separating the oil water from the separators will returned to the environment.
disposed of oily waste by pum- and water. then also be run through the In the areas of bulk waste,
ping it into the sea beyond the 50.
Neither have is recycling products
Mayport per- sewage treatment plant for even Mayport
mile limit. sonnel ignored the fact that there further treatment before Us whenever possible. Cans are
Not so now I is more to pollution control than reaches Its final destination.And being collected and sold to
Instead,the oil and sludge from
simply stopping the dumping of Mayport has not forgotten aluminum companies for
the ships at Mayport is collected oil.Mayport is also moving ahead about air pollution. Several steps recycling and scrap metal is
in barges and taken to an Interim in the area of the treatment of have and are being taken to being sold for disposal both

rfM+rt n sanitary waste. A new secondary eliminate or control smoke 4 paying propositions.
: sewage treatment plant is emission. Mayport Is not now, and

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NAVY DAY

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THE CLIPPER SHIP WAS THE FASTEST COMMERCIAL CRAFT THAT
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