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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 12, 1972
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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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VOL. 30 NO. 30 Published In The Interest of Personnel 1 of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida OCTOBER 12, 1972Navy
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Jax-The following are highlights of the past week's Navy News.
New Title For Radarmen
A change in title is in store for all Radarman.
Effective November 1, the Radarman (RD) rating will be changedto
Operations Specialist (OS).
The new name resulted from a recommendation made by the'
Radarman Retention Study Group. In its presentation to the CNO in
May, the study group stated that since the concept of the Combat
Information Center was established, Radarmen have had to be pro-
ficient at more duties than operating and monitoring radar receivers. _
. : ,It was felt that "Operation Specialist" was more descriptive of the

rating. _
The change will be in name only, and will have no effect on the
Radarman NEC's or the insignia.

Help For Norfolk Sailors
Fleet and shore-based enlisted personnel in the Norfolk area will
have an opportunity to speak directly with their detailers later this
month. !

Under a pilot program,bringing BUPERS to the fleet,Rear AdmiralJ. a
D. Watkins, the Bureau's Assistant Chief for Enlisted Personnel
Control,will lead a contingent of over 50 enlisted detailers to. that area
for a series of meetings from Oct. 25-27. 4
The admiral will speak on the new centralized detailing system to .
entlisted personnel from the various Naval activities.
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- Following the initial meeting, smaller groups, representing each _
rate, will be formed at which detailers f9r each rate will be availableto
answer individual questions.The BIRTH OF THE BIGGESTCapt..William G. Sizemore, HAS Jax, CO, cuts the ribbon to officially
open the newly expanded section of the Navy Exchange. As a result of the added floor space, the NAS
program is intended to better acquaint Navy people with the
Jax Exchange becomes the largest Main Retail Store of its kind on the East Coast. Watching the
detailing process, and to provide an opportunity for more personal
contact with the detailers.If ceremony are Cdr. Donald F. Springer (Left), Exchange Officer, Lt. David Jenkins, Assistant Exchange
Officer, and a group of happy shoppers. In the background at left 'Is Mr. Meyer, Facilities'
successful,plans calf for visits to West Coast Naval activities later
this year. Manager.

New ID Card Policy
Changes the procedures for obtaining new or replacement ID YN3 Johnston Selected ,
cards of retired service
by dependents deployed Navymen, or by
personnel have been announced by BUPERS. :
'In the past, applications for ID cards had to be made directly to the Serviceman of The MonthV :;
Naval activity holding the service members ,official record. This .
caused a hardship for -dependents of deployed Navymen, due to I 9 ,
/ mail delays or operational commitments. Jax YN3 Jeffery M..Johnston Assistant Admin Yeoman at the Correctional

Under the new policy, eligible primary dependentsspouse( and those Center, has been named NAS Jax Serviceman of the Month for September.r. .
children between 10 and 21 years of age) can apply to the nearest .,
Naval activity authorized to issue ID cards. : -- j ',< ; His duties consist of typing when a .replacement reported
The activity will contact the Bureau of Naval Personnel in Wash- .", daily, weekly and monthly aboard. ,
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ington,by phone or message,to verify the claimed dependency.In < '. reports, typing prisoner data
cases where dependency cannot be verified from the existing ; cards, and a number of other "In his handling of prisonersconfined
Bureau records, the issuing activity will request the verification from clerical tasks. at the Correctional

the deployed ship or unit by message. ,*,'. Center," CWO-4 Stubbs says,
The BUPERS offices handling verification requests are: officers, According to CWO-4 J. E. "Petty Officer Johnston has dealt
PERS E-241 Autovon 224-2887 and enlisted, PERS E-34 Autovon 224- \J,,<' Stubbs, Corrections Officer, YN3 with each prisoner in a firm and
Johnston has shown "a high "
2254.Retirees needing new or replacement ID cards for themselves or 'J(;. degree of professionalism" while fair manner.

their primary dependents, no longer need to apply to the Naval J",,:,... l',, assigned to' the Correctional "Petty Officer Johnston is an
Reserve Manpower Center in Bainbridge, Md. \. Center. outstanding sailor and yeoman.
The recent change allows them to apply at their nearest Naval When he is told to do something,
activity. As a Seaman, he alone per- you can "mark it paid."
formed the duties of the Admin
Yeoman of the Correctional "YN3 Johnston is highly
\ f' ', Center in a timely and accurate motivated and dedicated to his
j
) 4 manner from December 1971 work and is well deserving of this
when the Yeoman First Class award", CWO.4 Stubbs con.
YN3 Johnston was transferred until May 1972 cluded.


RAdm.Geis

.NAS Jax Commended


L < on TVTomorrow For Aviation Safety'Jax

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NAS Jax has been cited by VAdm. F. H.

Jax RAdm. LawrenceR. Michaelis, COMNAVAIRLANT, for excellence in
Geis COMFAIRJAX
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aviation safety.
will be on the "Today in ;
Jacksonville" program at The citation congratulates NAS Jax for "meritorious

9:30: a.m. tomorrow on achievement in aviation safety" during the period from

Channel 12. July 1, 1971 until June 30& 1972. during which the air

II originally The admiral scheduled to was be station operated. free of major accidents. __
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DID MORE THAN THEIR SHARE LtCol. David A. Teichmann, on the show today, but a
(Right) MATSG CO, presents a,check for$5484.00 to Mr. Arthur Doss, scheduling change movedhis "This performance contributed directly to the safest .
treasurer for the Combined Federal Campaign in Jacksonville, on interview to tomorrow, year in Naval Aviation history", VAdm. Michaelissaid
behalf of his command.' Looking on are Mal. John D. Way, (Left) which is the day the Navy "To the officers and men who made this .
MATSG XO, and Lt.; Kevin,Kelley, MATSG's drive chairman. MAT- will celebrate its 197th achievement possible I extend a hearty :,
SG's assigned goal had, been $2981.00, or less than 60 percent of the birthday. congratulations." :
obtained.
amount actually
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"Published by the Holt Publishing Company which is in no way connected with the Department of the Navy. Opinions contained here are not official I expressions
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Oysters, Baked Beef Noodles, Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Hash BREAKFAST Chilled Grapefruit Salad Bar, Yellow Cake, Raspberry Divine Worship 8:30: a.m.
Tartar Sauce, Parsley Buttered Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar. Juice, Buttered Hominy Grits, Fried Jello. at All Saints Chapel.
Potatoes, Buttered Broccoli, Buttered BRUNCH at 10 a.m. Chicken Rice Eggs to Order, French Toast Syrup, Church School 9:30: a.m.
Mixed Vegetables, Salad Bar, Lemon Soup, Chili Con Carne or Grilled Choice of Thin Pork Chops or Ham, Thursday,Oct. IT Divine Worship 11 a.m. at
Layer Cake, Pineapple Pudding. Frankfurters, Steamed Rice, Salad Hashed Brown. Potatoes, Pastry Bar. BREAKFAST Chilled All Saints Chapel.
SANDWICH LINE Submarine Bar, Pumpkin Pie, Raspberry Jello. DINNER Chicken Noodle Soup, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs Orange to Junior Youth Fellowship
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Catsup, Mustard. Salad Dressing, Fried Rice Simmered Pinto Beans, Creamed Peas & Carrots, Simmered Beef on Toast,
Pastry Bar. Evening Worship 7:30
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Fish Sticks, Franconla Potatoes, or Cheeseburgers, French Divine Worship 10 a.m. at

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Spears, Buttered Corn Kernals, Salad Onions,Lettuce Leaves,'DIU'Pickles ,.NATTC:
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Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing/ Company, a Pudding. Dessert Bar.SUPPER& Service, 10:30 a.m. in
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS TuesdayOd.17 : Mexican' Pork Chops, Building 500. '

must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS BREAKFAST Chilled Pineapple Natural Gravy, Steamed Rice, Applesauce
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication News Juice, Hot Oatmeal Fried Eggs to Buttered Spinach, Seasoned CATHOLIC
Order, Griddle Cakes Syrup, Choiceof 'Mixed Vegetables, Salad
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items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118
or Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Pastry Chocolate
Krinkles, Creamy Rice Saturday Mass 5 p.m. at
3119. Bar. Pudding. St Edward's Chapel.
DINNER Puree of Bean Soup. Sunday Mass 1 a.m. and 11
"Everything advertised In this publication mutt be made Yankee Pot Roast of Beef or Simmered Human Goals is a.m. Daily Mass-Monday,

\f available for purchase use or patronage without regard ta race, Corned Beef, Nautral Gravy r Tuesday.Friday-11:30 Thursday a.m. Wed and
Oven Browned Potatoes, Seasoned, '
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origin or sex of purchaser, ,user, or I If
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Cabbage Buttered Lima Beans.Salad ; ,
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Bar, Raisin Nut Cake, Vanilla Pud : ; the Naval Hospital Chapel.
opportunities by an'advertlser will result!: In the refusal to print ding. I \,: Saturday Confessions 4IS:
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concerning such should be directed to: Brussels Sprouts, Boiled Black yed \ 'l ...:
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Minority Report Retired


{,{ By TSgt. Ray D. McCleese
Seminar
Publicity Committee, Minority Affairs Counsel
Jax The question i 13 often asked, "What are the minor-
nties"The answer is that minorities are really the result of a state of r '
a ReminderJax
mind of majorities.
When the greater number of us think we see something different or
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alien about a group of people, we often mentally stamp them as A seminar ,for retired
strange-sometimes as Inferior. j Navy families has been
This sort of twisted thinking goes by the name of intolerance.The \ scheduled for the NAS Jax
victim of such intolerance, whether he be a Black, Jew, r theater, Saturday, Oct. 21
Mexican, Puerto Rican, Indian, Etc., is set apart from the rest of his / 1",1 M 1! f starting at 9 a.m.
fellow men because he appears to be different by reason of faith,color, y .' LCdr. R, B. Cantwell, who is
dress or speech.Fundamentally. \ r heading the project, said the
he is not different He has the same needs,and I 1'- seminar is designed to provide
desires as all of us, the same range of intelligence. We let him carry a .: ,b'I. retirees a chance to' discuss

rifle beside his fellow citizens and accept other duties of citizenship. : t:! I .." .'., family problems both which locally affect and the retired Navy-

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It is often difficult to catalogue minorities into neat pigeonholes. A ..-: wide.
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:\ minority in one community may not be such in another. A minority ,lIi ., "/ Topics to, ,be discussed, ac-
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. may be racial religious and, within! racial or religious minority. : -"':7V"\i._ '. ,, "VIIr.-JI'
.t there may also be other minorities. >> Social l Security and Sur
As a people we declare our belief in goodwill toward one another. I ,. : i ) t Of vivors' Benefits; CHAMPUS to
J' But there is sometimes'a gap between what we declare and what we jSc MEDICARE at age 65;
do., As Bishop B.J, Shiel put it during World War II, "Those who Congressional bills; VA benefits
preach race hatred and intolerance among us are traitors to our lonely and disability compensation.Items .
from the Secretary of the
moral
democracy. They menace our unity.
The need for tolerance is equally vital now. It is not good for us as a Navy's Advisory Committee for
people to give voice to one code and live by another. Our conscience is Retired Personnel will also be
hereby blunted. discussed and a question and
Nor can we afford to waste the talents of a great part of our fellow answer session will round out the
countrymen who can never fully exercise their abilities because of the ..RETIRING AFTER 30-Lt. John E. Jackson, Assistant Officer in activities.
prejudice of society. Charge of the Aircraft'Maintenance Nondestructive Inspection School LCdr. Cantwell emphasizedthat
Finally,people the world over watch with critical eyes the citizens of (NAMTRADET) and his wife,Rena, are piped over the side at NATTCto a second seminar will be
America, the leader of'free nations, We have set high ideals for mark the end of a 30-year career. held Sunday, Oct. 22 at the Glynco
ourselves and all people; if we fail,a universal faith is shattered.It Naval Air Station.
is folly to lay the whole blame for America's ill feelings at the doorof
majority. As a minority group smarts under injustice it often
exaggerates its differences. NOW THRU SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14th
Most people forget that the gun kicks when fired.

They may organize around their self-pity and push their case so :. AT'CEDAR HILLS.PENNEYS '
hard the majority becomes afraid of being dominated. What is more, ': ...". ,.., ..,
a few minority members to shield their weaknesses with the .r y .
try : ..,, ,.I,.. 't"" ,I"
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cry of discrimination. I"
Constitutional rights, legal rights, etc. are rather cold comforts to
those in our population who feel they are being socially and JCPenney ,
economically discriminated against. ,
Finding the solution to this problem is the job of all of us.
Every American who opposes inequality, every American who
helps, in even the smallest way,'to make equality of opportunity a :, '2l' / "
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living fact, is doing the business. .America. ; ". (
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ApplicationsDue Jax -- The typical young American 18 to 24 years old, ;
voting for the first time in 1972 Presidential Election, 'J;
SoonJax will be single, living in a family, not going to school but a \
high school graduate, holding a job, and living in a 1
metropolitan area. 1
a This is the profile drawn up by The 18-to-24-year-old is likely to
( ) the Census Bureau of the U.S be in the labor force Most recent 1
Department of Commerce.The figures show 63 percent of the \
to \1 18-to-24 group is projectedto men are in the labor force and not .:
I : number some 25 million by in school, while 4 percent are {i
are November 1972, or 18 percent of neither in the labor force nor in (
career the potential electorate. Women school :
are outnumbered men in this group, For women, 47 percent are in
a full making up slightly over 50 per the labor force, and 30 percent- ; ,
cent.Most primarily housewives-are not in I
leading
of them are single. Ac the labor force or attending
Degree.If cording to latest figures, 92 school. 1 :
you percent of men 18 and 19 are Sixty-six percent of the 18-to-24 !
meet ( ) and Lt. unmarried, as are 77 percent of year-olds live in metropolitan ;
designations the women. Among the 20-to-24 area 30 percent in central cities,
: group, 56 percent of the men are about 35 percent in suburbs, anda
plication single, as are 37 percent of the similar proportion in non-
Bureau women. metropolitan areas.
sonnel Even though most are single, a How many of these new voters ,
In large majority are family will take part in the 1972 electionsis
for members. For men, 61 percent of course, not known. \
live with their parents or other The Census Bureau points out
P02 or relatives, and 29 percent head that in the 1968 Presidential
+ their own families. Election,only 33 percent of those
Among women, 42 percent are 18-to-20 who lived In states where I
five wives of family heads and 45 they were eligible, said they had .
active percent live with their parents voted.
A and other relatives In all states, 51 percent of the
high As for educational attainment, 21-to-24 year-olds said they had
70 percent of the 18-to-24 group voted, compared to 70 pprc nt of I
(GED) are not enrolled in school. those 25 and older.
If you including 53 percent who have Census Bureau demographers
GED high school diplomas and 17 estimate that even with the large
percent who have not finished number of new, young votersrthe
high school. Of the 30 percent median age of the electorate in
three enrolled in school, 26 percent November will be 43.

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( USO Schedules II I HI KecruiterS Celebrate. $' "*"" i;.'


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{ Halloween DanceJax ; r Navy DayJax

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( The Jacksonville USO is planning a Masquerade Ball for j
Navy Recruiting
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} Saturday Oct.28 at the Prudential Auditorium from 8 to 12 p.m. A '
The local USO junior volunteers are inviting all Armed Forces Normandy Mall will
;. personnel and young ladies between 16 and 23 years of age to this big celebrate the 197th an-
dance with a Halloween theme. ,. niversary of the Navy
; Elaborate or simple costumes are a must. Prizes will be awarded I 1 _- f tomorrow and Saturdaywith

\ for the funniest,prettiest,etc.,and there will also be door prizes. ,J .......__ live entertainment in
The live band "Three's a Crowd" will perform.
t Transportation will be provided from the local USO Club at 318 N. ,.f'I1t I the Normandy Mall
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Ocean St.and from the Jacksonville Beach USO Club at 601 N. 1st St.. .. shopping Center.

t Any questions should be directed to Mr. Edward Bailey at 354-0652. At 6:30: p.m. Friday and
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NEED YOUR CAR SOLD? : Hills" will entertain with
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LET LIST-A-CAR DOALL THE WORK .
WE HANDLE ALL PAPER WORK ADVERTISING t I ..""" .' '.t,. ," satisfy all music lovers.

Leave it with us and we'll sell if for your asking price and send ... .. 'i/ '0 '\ Visitors to the area are
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invited to
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WE HANDLE ONLY PRIVATE CARSijfLISTA.CAR
the music and recruiterswill

be available to answer
CHIEF McCREARY RETIRES-Senior Chief Petty Officer William any questions on Navy
M. McCreary,formerly attached to Special Services is piped over the
771 CESERY BLVD. PHONE 744-5311 side after a naval I career that spanned 30 years of service. programs.

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S THe K3DIS LearninG cemerThe VIOLATIONSI I


Jax -The following is a reportof
Kadis Learning Center is a special kind of motor vehicle accidents and
S S traffic violations for the period of
We
school with a specialized staff and program. are Sept. 25-Oct. 1.Number.
dedicated to the development of the child with of Accidents

average or above average intelligence who has This period 7
This period a year ago 9
problems in learning.If .
\ Total accidents this year 295

your child is suffering these problems, you- Total last accidents through this 262
period
and he-are not alone. There are many and they are Total number year of days since last

.l being helped. Why not call us for a conference injury in a motor vehicle accident

preliminary diagnostic test? 3
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: Number of days since an injury
last year at this time 100

p
Number of Violations

PROBLEMS PROGRAMS EVALUATION This period 80
Speeding 14
: Children who evidence any of The Kadis Learning Center is A comprehensive diagnostic Reckless driving 3

{ the following symptoms may dedicated to the development of and evaluative testing procedure Going through stop sign 6
/ have a learning problem: the, child with average or aboveis provided each child: Other Violations 57
average intelligence who has Twenty-three drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
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"" Oct.5. Disposition of the cases
., '" '.:. ,', specialized program with: included the following:
Fifteen lost driving and

Overactive .';,> Qualified Staff Psychological-Personality parking privileges aboard the
station for various periods; seven
Poor Reader Individual Instruction Evaluation

Short Attention Span Perceptual Development Academic Abilities Battery were eight-hour assigned course to complete in remedial an

\ Daydreams /""f 1 Speech and'Hearing Therapy Speech Hearing driving; one received a

Fidgety Reading Remediation Evaluation .; ... suspension; seven were given
i ,Poor Concentration Summer Classes Vision Analysis warnings; none were dismissed;
) Withdrawn 10 Children Per,Class Preliminary Interview and three were fined (U.S.
{ Awkward or Clumsy 1 Teacher-1 1 Teacher Aide Program Conference Magistrate); and nine were
Temper Tantrums All Academic Subjects' Perceptual Motor Screening referred to commanding officersfor

( Easily Discouraged Ideal Location Complete Physical possible disciplinary action.
t, Reverses letters, words Air Conditioned Classrooms Examination Seventeen drivers were
; '. assessed sixty-one traffic points.
Speech/Hearing Difficulties -; ,t ,
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ences wherein the ,specific learning disabilities of with parents. Diagnostic test results and specific .

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; professional staff for the remediation of specific ferences are conducted between teachers and \
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STARTING SEPTEMBER 5 ...ATKEYSTONE
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LIMITED ENROLLMENT MOBILE HOMESITES
217 JOHNSON AVENUE
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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 9


USO Offers Gift SuggestionsFor THE ARMY /IS GOING THE NAVY/ ALREADY-

TO HIRE CIVILIANS TO HAS. HAVEN YOU

DO KITCHEN POLICE HEARD OF "WOMEN

Overseas Servicemen DOTY. WONDER WHAT W VOLUWARr

THE /NAVY WILL' DO ENSLAVEMENT/

Jax For the seventh consecutive year, USO has comPleted its Christmas list SERVICE"' ? IT IS

familiar suggestion survey of military personnel 1 overseas and the results show the (-r -;: CALLED W I.\J E.S
desire for
"instant" foods Standard
and Iames. cosemetic items electronic accessories -

In addition, however, the transistor
radios,9-volt batteries,
rollers hair-setting lotion,
modem Armed Forces man and
woman, reflecting perhaps a pre-recorded FOODS music tapes. cologne, home permanents, dry Isrur %
: canned tooos, meats shampoo fashion magazines,
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more sophisticated taste, are & fruits, cheese packages &
also requesting, for the first time, Party snacks, packaged cocoa & lipstick Following, nail polish.are addresses of
gifts like paperback books and fruit drinks
fruitcake, candy,
USO clubs in Thailand, Korea,
hobby equipment. nuts & gum, Tobasco sauce, c
Iceland and Vietnam
Germany, ,
Although the American role in instant breakfast
drinks acting as gift distribution points:
Southeast Asia is
changing
as bouillion
instant
or soups. THAILAND: Director,USO U- J-
many thousands of servicemen GAMES (:
\ : miniature chess &
TAPAO, 635th CSG, CMR 3158,
continue to be withdrawn from checkers
sets
plastic playing
APO San Francisco 96330.:
Vietnam, G. Rodman Porter, Jr. cards adult
games & puzzles. Director, USO SATTAHIP,
cautions that 2 million
over dart boards.
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Camp Samae San, ,APO San
members of the American Armed
HOBBY EQUIPMENT:, model Francisco 96232Director .
Forces are too many to forget airplane, shipbuilding kits, art
during this year's holiday season. supplies-paints, drawing paper. USO NAKHON
He strongly counsels againstany MEDICAL AIDS: first aid kits, PHANOM, 56th Combat Support
decrease. of gift promotion foot spray & powder, medical Group, Box 2513, APO San Iclter
activities in "demonstrating that scrub brushes. Francisco 96310.

during this holiday season all MISCELLANEOUS: candles, Director, USO KORAT, 388th
Americans remember each and inflatable pillows, sewing kits, CSGP, Box 96, APO San Francisco 11

every serviceman and woman key chains, & key cases, 96288.Director. IT'S ME BONNIE!
;
remaining overseas." cigarettes, small leather kits, USO BANGKOK,

Following are the USO holiday. poster-type pictures of stateside HHD U.S. Army Bangkok, APO ; ...THE TALK OF THE TOWN,
gift suggestions: landscapes, pocket knives, San Francisco 96346. '
COSMETICS : ,shaving leather strips & leather string, KOREA: Director, USO COME SEE US!

equipment, Q-tips, soap, tooth- Christmas stockings, holiday TAEGU, APO San Francisco
brushes, hand towels, small decorations & Christmas trees, 96212. N

mirrors, deodorant, dry soap, small magnifying glasses,plastic GERMANY: Director. ILL1J
shampoo, small terrycloth containers for Kool Aid, small USO Frankfurt, APO New York THEGREATESTSHOWGROUPTO
towels. flashlights & batteries.STATIONERY 09757.
!
EVER HITTHE BOLD NEW CITY--
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT: & BOOKS: ICELAND; Director, USO ?
camera film, assette tapes, small ballpoint pens, small note books, KEFLAVIK, FPO New York Formerly Ronnie & The_Soul Society
.
self-sealing envelopes,wallet size 09571. LADIES DRINKS..19'MonThur
calendars, paperback books, VIETNAM: Director, USO
PlanningTo pocket dictionaries. SAIGON, APO, San Francisco OFHCI* STAG GIRL DRINKS
FREE Friday and Saturday
WOMEN'S ITEMS: shampoo, 96243.

Move ? 1'.[ i 1 1 1 1 1m1 11 1 [ 11 1 1 1 1 1 LOONGB "*.5916...*PHILIPS. 733-W92 HIGHWAY:

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Jax Now move'yourself
you can .:'":'.: :...:.:-:.
at the Navy's expense. WESTSIDE7aii
Interested? I
Here are the qualifications:
NDNDA .
1. You must have PCS orders i JAX
authorizing you to move. 1 i 1

2. You must have the en- @ Illliiiiiilllllllllillllllllllllliiiillllliilllllllllllili llilllliiil ;i
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titlement to move your Personal ::::::: 6425 NORWOOD AVEN PHONE 764.2419 |ti::|:
Effects.

3. U orders are to temporary. 1

duty the rental cost must be 'immt, Wtlti! ;W: Wb..-.c....ti :: :: :ti.. 4 7 YEAR/74,000 MILE
favorable with other modes. of -

transportation.4. You volunteer to move ,
yourself. FREE WARRANTY

5. You must be a Navy 3felcomedoaMt
member. Other services cannotuse
this method. II', TRUt! Everyone who buys a new Volkswagen from Westside
Volkswagen will receive ,exclusive 7 year.7 .OOO mile warranty
If you are interested, this is the new
) 1te which includes a full coverage two year or 24,000 mile Vollcswogm
way it works. fPt factory warranty plus additional live year and additional *0,.
Bring your orders to the 000 mile tostrol warranty on all paits and tabor (for the following
Personal Property Office, Bldg. parts and assemblies
110, first deck, and make an Since 1885
application. Contractural
1.Piston and rings
piston
have been made 11. Dlfferentlalsear.andbearings.
arrangements
2.Piston pins and bushings.
with two nationwide truck rental 3.Connecting rod bearings. .
companies, Ryder Truck Rental, HAVERTY'SFURNITURE 4.Valve lifters(Hydraulic 12.All wheel bearings.
and Haul International.The .
Inc. U only) 13.Universal I.joints.
interviewer will contact S.Valves(grinding except .
14.Drag link and tie rod
ed car
the applicable truck rental )
and chains. ings and bushings.
6.Timing gears
company and place the order as 7.Camshaft and bearings. 15. Upper and lower ball

required. 8.Crankshaft( and Main joints.
Trailer rentals are not bearings. 16.Steering box gears and
authorized under this system. 9.lubricated parts of front bearings.
Under this system a' truck, a J end suspension. 17.Transmission gears and
hand truck' (dolly), furniture 10.Rear axle. gears and bear- bearings.
pads and necessary packing DISCOUNT! ings. (AutemalicandconventienOnly -
MILITARY ( those not sealed at fac- at)
materials (wardrobe cartons,
tery)
mirror cartons, mattress car- ,

tons, utility cartons, ,tape, etc.) AVOID EXPENSIVE REPAIRS FOR 7 YEARS-74,000 MILES

are provided.The bill the There absolutely.no charge for this warranty and the only requirement .'
will
contractor is that your car lubricated at Factory recommended Inter-
government for payment. You vals in our Service Department.Castrol Oil and lubricant
simply pack your goods, move exclusively.This .
them to destination and turn the On ALL furniture in our huge new store...! warranty Is tranferoble and in writing and represents one of
truck in to a dealer of the rental the most extensive and liberal warranties offered anywhere!!
company involved. Military personnel ONLY!

This service is available for VOLKSWAGEN

long distance or local moves. You You can't buy better furniture at a better price anywhere In
are limited to your prescribed America ... period I Come In and let us prove you save more at
weight allowance at government Haverty'sl Easy terms Free delivery, free parking! '

expense.
For further details, contact the '5515 Normandy Blvd. next to Pic 'n' Save
Personal Property Office by It 505. LANE AYE. PH. 781.5 S 11 ..

calling 7722816.


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Carrot and Chef Salad Bowl, Tossed Salad :
Monday,Oct. 16 Cottage Cheese, Combination Salad, Fruit Cup'Plain
Minestrone Soup, Baked Meat Raisin, Stuffed Eggs. Fruit
Jello
Jello,
H Custard Pie, Devils Food Plain '
Loaf with Creole Sauce, Baked Egg Assorted Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cottage
t Chicken with Dressing, Barbeque Cake, Apple Pie, Cheese, Potato Salad, Health

Pork on Buns, 7 oz. Chopped Pudding.Wednesday,Oct. 18 Salad. i I

,:'Fi'rH -, Sirloin, Fish.Mashed Vegetable Soup, Macaroni and Pineapple Cream Pie, Layer I
Potatoes, French Fried Shrimp, Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Meat Sauce, Pudding. I
with Beans, 7 oz.
Buttered Peas, Pinto Beans, Baked Franks Friday Oct.20

Spinach. Chopped Sirloin. French Shrimp Gumbo, Trout I
Mashed Potatoes,
Chef Salad Bowl, CombinationSalad :
Almondine Fried
,Country
Steaks
Rice and Gravy,
Potatoes,
Jello Fried
Fruit Cup, Plain ,
Tomatoes, Great with Rice, Stuffed Peppers with
Zucchini and
Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage
String Beans. Creole Sauce, 7 oz. Chopped
Cheese Northern Beans,
Cheese, Fruit Cottage ,
Sirloin.Mashed.
Tossed
Waldorf Salad, Cole Slaw. Chef Salad Bowl,
Pie Chocolate Cream Salad, Combination Salad, Fruit Potatoes, French
Apple ,
Fruit Jello, Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, J
Jello
,
Pie, Banana Cake, Assorted Cup, Plain 1
.TIME FOR CONGRATULATIONS Simplicio D. Enriques is Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Squash, Okra and Tomatoes,
congratulated by Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO,, as he Pudding. Cottage Cheese, Cucumber Mix, String Beans. I
retires with 28 years of naval service, Before retiring Chief Enriquez Tuesday,Oct.7 Tuna Salad. Mashed Potatoes, French I
worked at TPO.WANT. Cream of Chicken Soup, Pan Coconut Cream Pie, Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, i
TO \f HECK, NO, DAD! Roast Beef with New Potatoes, Strawberry Short Cake, ApplePie Squash, Okra and Tomatoes, j
GO FISHING }\ I'M GOING TO Liver with Onions, Braised Pork Assorted Pudding. String Beans.
PEPPER? /V VOTE Chops with Apples, 7 oz. Chopped Thursday,Oct. 19 Chef Salad Bowl,Tossed Salad, ;
Sirloin,Fish.Mashed Pea Soup, Fried Chicken, Combination Salad, Fruit Cup,
...
-. Potatoes, French Brisket of Beef with Cabbage, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Chili and Rice, 7 oz. Chopped Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cottage
rf Turnip Greens, Blackeyes, Corn. Sirloin, Fish.Mashed Cheese, Beet and Onion: ColeSlaw .
Chef Salad Bowl, Tossed Potatoes, French I
Salad, Combination Salad, Fruit Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Almond Cream Pie, Peach \
Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Spiced Beets, Mustard Greens, Short Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted j
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Peas. Pudding.. J

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Jax The following positionhas you are interested in to the I
been advertised under the .Civilian Personnel Department, I I
Jax Merit Promotion Program Bldg. 907..
since our last issue: If the position you wish to be
s Packer Leader, WL-6 ((103-72); considered for has been announced .
Closing Date: 10-19-72( under the Merit I
Employees are urged to look Promotion Program, specific
for the Merit Promotion Announcements instructions for applying are j
on the official included in the announcement for
.
bulletin boards in their work the position.
areas at least once a week. You ean apply for a position .1
Domestic Action! They are also encouraged to announced under the Merit 1
contact the Employment Office, Promotion Program regardlessof A
Ext. 3448. or the Rating Branch, whether assignment to that I

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Department to inquire about reassignment or change to lower 1

\\j!< BY POPULAR DEMAND IN THE r i;;; positions in which they are in grade for'you. i
terested.Do If the position to which you :
..... PIRATES TAVERN I{ you want to be laterally wish to be reassigned or changed i
reassigned or changed to lower to lower grade has not been
grade? announced under the Merit j
,
!f If so, you should submit a Promotion Program, you may
DONANDTHE completed application, Standard obtain information about the x
Form 171, and any supplementalforms forms to submit by calling Ext. '
.V required for the position 2320.It's '

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:. SUNDAY 6 PM-11 PM'
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1- NTES Awy } ,-, :]: .'. 'j
I 'minil is free (of problems- problems.. /. ', ....*. ,. ';
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY =' like lot of + .
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and Beer you can drink.HAPPY. = at 1-295 I Don't !let money: problems, hurt your '' .-V ", :,"'. \,
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Wjp 3P.M..7P.M. I Newest and FinestAccommodations Services. ,
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I Transition Program Aids Flu Shots"Available

Health Skilled Personnel 1 1J
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J The Military Experience ities available to the
potentialcivilian.
1 Directed Into Health Careers .
(MEDIHC) program is assisting The Jax The period for
j military personnel trained cards are mailed to the
MEDIHC annual administration of
1 in health skills while in service Coordinator of the
state in which influenza immunizationshas
the individual
J their training in civilian
to use
wishes employment. The state arrived and vaccine is
life.The coordinator is responsible for f t a now available for this
MEDIHC program)
j sponsored the proper placement of the individual
by the Department of He purpose.
i makes
sure that
Health, Education, and Welfare ME D III C participants hear o Influenza immunizationis
a and the Department of Defense, from the Institutions l' an annual requirementfor
j begins: when base Transition that have openings or facilities for !4IJPA 4- .i{ all active duty militarypersonnel
j officers have determined an in which they qualify and is to be
j dividual's interest in the pro All interested personnel RANK. (|lg) William P. Ford, Phase (Six) Officer at (AE) accomplished in the monthof
gram. Interested,individuals fill should see their TRANSITION "A" School is promoted to his present rank as Cdr. J.H. Brady, October.It .
I: out a Qualification / Referral Counselor or write: Director of Training, and Lt (jg) Ford's wife, Betty, tack on the new is planned that the
Card outlining training, experience shoulder boards.
job interest, and educational administration of this
Ambitions.The HEALTH U. S. DEPARTMENT, OF vaccine will be conductedin
EDUCATIONAND
I Transition Counselor appraises WELFARE I NATTC Promotions I the respective workingareas
the individual's qualifications Public Health Service of tenant activitiesand
aptitudes and interests. National Institute of Health NAS departments .
He then describes the opportun. Bethesda MD 20014 ,
R g having sufficient military j ti.
THAT LOOKS LIKE (YEAH, I KNOW WHY. > personnel assigned to
YOUR WIFE STILL AFTER DRIVING' TO justify conducting the
FRANTICALLYIAYPORT/ WITH' .. MY program in their areas. .I
WAVE/AJG/ GOODBYE WIFE' BABY, KIDS' AND Each unit departmentwill
THE NEIGHBORS AND MLTH5IR contact the Dispen-
1 KIDS- I FORGOT
sary, Ext. 3538, for a date
r': ; TO LEATHER WITH THE ONLY SET -
1i nll ftll OF KEYS TO THE CAR AND HOUSE, for administration of the

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order to minimize
Li' manhour loss and to

conduct an ,effective
t t2l +
-a- ; program, it is necessarythat
NEW SHOULDER BOARDS complete the promotion ceremony as personnel scheduledbe
Lt (fig) 'Paul McManus, Phase One Officer at AO"A" School is present at the appointedtime
promoted to his present rank. Performing the honors are his wife,
-- Nancy, and Cdr. J.H. Brady, Director of Training. and place.
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:. Fire Prevention Week \l 'J<

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: Jax-On a warm Sunday evening in October of 1871, a
thoughtless, careless act sparked a fire at a modest city
home.It .
seemed small and easy to control.
.. But it wasn't,
Thirty hours later, 21,000 acres of Chicago were a
blackened, smoldering waste.
More than 200 of its citizens had perished, 100,000 were I r9 _'

homeless, almost 17,500 buildings were in ruins., _
F Direct losses were $168,000,000, the indirect costs 4
incalcuable.To .
mark the Chicago conflagration, Fire Prevention T
Week is observed annually during the week containing
October 9, its anniversary date.
It strongly reminds us that fires are not unavoidable
accidents. They are almost always the result of some a
thoughless act or neglect, and they can exact heavy w
penalties.
Don't gamble that you can escape the financial
headaches or family heartaches that fire always brings. GRAND OPENING-The newly remodeled Officers Club is officially opened as Capt. William G.
Make fire prevention your concern, at home, on the Sizemore, NAS Jax skipper, cuts the ceremonial ribbon. Looking on are Capt. R.C. O'Loughlin,
job-EVERY WEEK. Supply Officer,Capt.Donald J.Childers,NAS Jax XO,and Jim Cochrane,Club Manager.



Without AdvertisingYou New Christy MinstrelsTo

Wouldn't KnowIn

Appear At V Club

REAL ESTATE matters, visit or call

WAYNE SHRUMAn Jax The New Christy Minstrels will be performing at the Officers Club

associate of"'" Thursday.. Oct. 26.. at 9 D.m..
BLANDING AGENCY Inc. 4., "Of the many excellent young to.well..those who do not pure folk, with which they made,
singing groups around today' always feel 'with-it. their initial national impact a
REALTORSHonesty one critic has said, "the New number of years ago.
Christy Minstrels stand out as The group is made up of five Cost for the show only will be
,Dependability,Sincerity in the one that has most effectively boys and three girls that perform $3.75 and charge for the show anda
REAL ESTATE SALES '' narrowed the generation gap excellently as a unit or as individuals steamship round buffet will be t a
depending on the $7.25.The buffet will start at 6:30: {
between the more contemporary requirements of the song. p.m.,
5102 Blanding Phone 771-9513 Boulevard 'with-it'sound and style,and the Their songbook is wide- Ticket purchasers will be ableto
: more traditional kind of song- ranging, including everythingfrom choose their seats when they
making that appeals Jesus Christ Superstar to buy their tickets.



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TOP SAILOR-ABH1 David B.
Lane, attached to FASOTRA-
GRULANT DET JAX, has been
SAVINGS CALCULATOR selected as Serviceman of the
Quarter for the period July 1
through Sept.30.ABH1 Lam was
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\ initiative, intelligence, reten-
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PUBLISHING COMPANY = CLASSIFIED

Publisher :I *. ADVERTISING Movie Schedule

JAX AIR NEWS =

NAS Jacksonville i= CALL: 388-2755

Ads Should be
TueSday for mailed to arrive not later than HI IB IT m m m HI HI in HU W MTHTM HI Ib HI M
LATWINGER = Ads PUblication the fOllowing Thursday
arriving too
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE = published, the late for this deadline will be Thursday, Oct. 12
Tuesday, Oct. 17
fOllowing
publisher, Is Instructed week unless Ihe NAS: "KISS AND KILL"

money order for the full otherwise cost of the A U check or Drama,Starring Christopher Lee NAS: "NIGHT OF THE
must
4747 San Juan Avenue received WITH the, copy for the ad. be and Richard Greene. "PG" ((95 BLOOD MONSTER" Horror

Starring Christopher Lee and
RATE min.)
: minimum
Jacksonville, Florida Per additional linene chargeU((1 lines) SUO Friday, Oct. 13 Maria Rohm. "PG (89 min.)
Words
per line)
.50
NAS: "THE STEPMOTHER"Drama

l Starring Alejandro Rey HOSPITAL: "THE BISCUIT
.. m; m: ", m_.i<"'''' """,,,,,;,,,p'" _. u u... EATER"
q- ----7 rr '... and Katherine Justice. "R" (95
.............A. .... .. MODEL WINCHESTER 4 min.
WILMAR )

[r. ti Riliik! : Bolt action, quick detachable swivels, Condit.oned; APARTMENTSAir 2 bedroom, Living HOSPITAL: "KISS AND
military sling, .270 Cal. like
new, less room, Kitchen, Brfst. nook, parking KILL" ,
LOOKINGFORA
U than 30rds fired thru'barrel, w free space for 2 cars, water, sewage, Saturday,Oct. 14
box of ammo. $13S.772.1UI.MARRIAGES garbage, lawn service Furnished.
JOBSIJOBSiJOBS! NAS: "TilE MASTERS"Western

Shorthand Secretarys, Dictaphone $120, Unfurnished.$100. plus 4 per Starring Brock Peters -
cent sales ta. 387.2541 weekends, 389-
PERFORMED
Operators Typists, Clerks
,
Keypunchers.HIGH ANYTIMEANYPLACE 0744. and Burl Ives. "PG" (97 min.) NEW

PAY NO FEE Call I 733.8327 BEING TRANSFERRED HOSPITAL: "THE STEP-

Call Norrell Temporary BASS GUITAR & Let a retired Navy man who, understands MOTHER" CAREER?
396.5371 YOUR problems, Sunday,Oct. 15
managethe
Good cond., 15" Speaker, call Sam
LOCAL PART-TIME SUPERVISORSNeeded Sottile, 771.3211, Ext. 655. return rental to Jax.Bartleson of. your house until you NAS: "CACTUS IN TIlESNOW" If you qualifyand
Comedy Drama are willing to work,
for fast growing California ,O'Neil& Payne, Inc. it Is
corporation. 268-5977, 7716922.NEEDEXTRAMONEYt. CHIEFSUNIFORMS 1147 So. Edgewood Ave. Starring Richard Thomas and possible "
to In of
Set of Blues&set of Kackis! size 40' and 388.9311 Maggie King.uPG" (90 min) $20,000 earn excess
per year
one all weather black overcoat with
You can earn more than $100 extra belt& liner HOSPITAL: "TilE within 3.5 years.
,size 40-42' total $125. call 9 ORTEGA
monthly Income for |lust three sales a AM.2 PM, 724 1432. HILLS MASTERS"
month. Call 724 3596 before noon any 3BR House /Management training program,
771.1405' or 771.3355UNFURNISHEDHOUSE Monday,Oct. 16
day for further Information. MOVING SALE starting salary negotiable. Call -
Sacrifice prices, like new Items, NAS: "THE BISCUIT Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn,U.S.

REAL Dinette set, riding mower, slim gym EATER" Comedy, Starring Earl NavyRetlred), Sales Managerwith
ESTATE SALESMENWe
exerciser Hi.Fi, odds & ends. 2467. 3 BR, Fenced Yd., carport, screened Holliman and Patricia Crowley."G" Metropolitan Life Insurance
have moved our real estate office East Holly Point, Orange Park. (Left porch $50. dep. req. $125. mo. 781.7910. (100 min.)' Company at telephone number
from downtown to 4543 WesconnettBlvd.
356.2621 if Interested.
off U.S. 17)).
across from K-Mart. We need OKOLONA MOBILE HOME PARK HOSPITAL: "CACTUS IN

active real estate salesmen or NOW RENTING THE SNOW"

saleswomen with Florida Real Estate 11-Ilflf.ltIJIlfLIIIII!; JJ Brand new park adjacent to golf
License. Prefer one with experienceand course. Many trees. Conveniently

one who needs to make more than located to NAS Jax 8. Cecil Field. Vj '
$1,000 per month. A husband and wife mile from 1.295 Interchange. Underground 'WESTSIDE
team would be desirable. BEAUTIFUL MANDARIN '
utilities.
Conv.to Buckman Bridge Playground area,
MORRISON TAYLOR swimming pool and recreation

771-3052 REALTORS MLS UNBELIEVABLE multiple en. building planned. $44' and $49 In. VOLKSWAGEN/ .
tertalnment areas. In addition to
cluding sewer, water and garbage
HELP WANTED handsome Living & Dining rooms, collection.
there is a large Den-Lounge with Wet
Sarge American Service Station and ASK ABOUT OPPORTUNITY TO
Bar & Fireplace opening onto
Garage, all three shifts, 201 Hwy. 17, an even EARN FREE RENTI
O.P., Fla. 32073 larger enclosed, carpeted' Patio with Call 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 7815511Open
bar, which adjoins a paneled, car. 904-24-9591
peted GamcRoom with a Ping.Pong 904-264.9504 Daily 8 to 8:30-Saturday 8 to Sunday 1 to 6 PM .
PART-TIME
table,and opens onto an outdoor Patio
,Janitorial S1.91 hr. PRIVATE APT. 72 DELUXE BUS $3495
8. Pool. wooded, secluded fenced acre
on NAS 772.7661JANGO 1 BR, Furn. near Roosevelt Mall, Jax
plus lot. R&H, Air-Cond.
& Cecil, $100 mo. 389-5957 after 5. .
3BR, 2B, CH&A, Modern Kitchen, 71 DELUXE BUS $2795
Junior Army Navy Guild Carpeted and Draperies. Master, bath
GIVE US A CALL FOR R&H Extra Clean
Organization, teenage hospital has Chandelier and sunken Roman ,
Quick Rental
volunteers. Interviews will be held tub. of your Property 71 VW KOMBI 1 $2995
Priced In the mid 60's Edward 0. Lyon, Broker 389-0361 -
Sat., Oct. 14, 9:00: -12.00: AM at the
Naval Hospital, Mary L.Williard, Broker 249-2801 1A2BEDROOMAPTS. AC, R&H, Extra Clean

For Rent 69 VW SEDAN R&H, AT, AC $1795
WE BUY & SELL EQUITIESCall
I 786.5099 72 DATSUN 240Z ????
us for Quick service *"" "T "*"*"
; MISCELLANEOUS i "T"T ZZ
; Morrison I.Taylor,Inc. AC, AT, AM-FAA Stereo, 1,000 Miles
4543 Wesconnett Blvd. ,.:.
f[ l11 !glt1jill!
BE A DISCJOCKEY 771-3052 737.3864 TWO 70 VW SEDANS R&H, New Paint $1695

Call 355-244 for a 71 POP TOP CAMPER R&H $3495

Recorded message by ST.JOHNS COUNTY JUSTISS TRAILER PARK ONE-1970 KARMANN GHIA
Scott Edwards 26 miles from NAS, 1 acre or more on 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS. Clean Modern
COLUMBIA SCHOOLOF SRI3, 1.3 miles to public boat landing, trailers and apts. 3893007. New paint, R&H $1895
close to 6 mile creek, good fishing &
BROADCASTING! 1971 VW SQUAREBACKAT
Home School hunting, $3,500.00 8. up, terms. MO. HO. LOTS FOR RENT

1902 Van, Ness,San Francisco Adair Realty, Broker 771.5877 Close to Cecil up to 1 acre, w.trees, R&H, factory warranty $2595

Home Study MIDDLE BURG AREA 781-09"'S.' 1970 VW FASTBACK R&H $1795

Not affiliated with CBS, inc. 1 acre Mobile Home tracts in Sun. '70 HOLLY PARK 1969 VW SQUAREBACK AT, R&H $199J
Approved for Veterans A Servicemen Farms. Call 264.2086.NORMANDYACRES. 12x60,. 2BR, Completely Furnished,
nyslde
Local office 601 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg. AC, washer-dryer, WW carpet, 1969 VW FASTBACK AC, AT, R&H '. $1895
assume payments or rent 771-0990.
ONE 1970 VW BUS
NEW RCAand ZENITH STEREO
Consoles, some with AM.FM, tape 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road 1 YR.OLD NEW MOON Deluxe, 7 passenger, R&H $2495
12x65, CH&A, Shag carpet, LR, Den,
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate frontage, V to 10 acre tracts. Land Is
stock. 'Full warrantyl! Phone 771.0409. the best investment for the future. 2BR, W & D, D-washer, Exc. Cond.Must 1969 VW SEDANS
Other tracts available over Southwest sell. 4 mi. from Cecil Field. 781- New paint, R&H $1495 to $1595

LIVE CRABS Jacksonville.; 1518 anytime. ONE-1968 VW SEDAN R&H $1350
Wynne of Florida
Wilford's. Fish Camp Realty 72 SAFARI BOLD
264.9707 389.5514 389.8507 12 x 65, 3BR, 2B, no down payment. 66 VW SEDAN R&H $795

lust refinance. 771.5562.
LAWN MOWING ft EDGING, Nice Selection of other Model VW's
call Hart QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY 'SABRE

771 3211 Ext.8340 Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. 12x6O, 2BR, IB with double sinks, w.w
'Edward O. Lyon, Broker 389-03(1 shag carpet, AC, assume mortg. of 100 % GUARANTEE!

$5611.34' pmts. of 106.23, call work772-
TYLER'S'AI'1i COND: ERVICE
ATTRACTIVE HOME 3156 or Barrack 7L 772.3857.Ilfl1mI .
We service Auto AC, Central Units Oak Hill Park. 3BR, 2B, Central H andA We gave them the VW 16.point Safety and. Performance Inspection.Then .

and Window Units. Reasonable.388-5161 nearly new, Call Glad Rogers, we tuned up, tightened,and replaced everything that needed it.
,
4711 Palmer Lake Shore Associate. lltJ I And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all

GEORGE M.LINVILLE major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and

KIRBYVACUUMCLEANERResponsible Corp. MLS Realtors733.6620 double check.
party take up pmts.of$5. 64 FIAT ENGINETRANSMISIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE

a month. Call dealer. 772-8936.. 3BR, 28 PRETTY 4 door, rebuilt engine, new trans ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
mission, red leather
InterIor Make
,"fruit trees, nice, .
fenced yard very .
HARMONY ELEC.GUITAR offer 721 ?849.

W.Case & Small amp. Perfect cond., VANSANDT$16,000. REALTOR 387.1213VA '72 CAPRIV6 DOMESTIC SPECIALS!

$85. 781.2260. __
AM.FM Radio, 5300 ml, Must Sell
SINGER TOUCH'N'SEW orFHA now, $3800 ? 7956 after 6 PM.
1970 CHEVROLET BELAIR $1850
't
Cost over (400, In drawer desk. Lovely 3BR home, only blk. off 103rd CORVETTE

'j Used 12 months Sews stretch fabric, St. near all schools. Newly painted Orlg./ Cond. blue coupe, 327-350 HP, 4. Auto, AC, Radio, Low Mileage

' makes buttonholes, fancy designs, Inside 8. out, quick possession! speed, AC, PS, PB, AM.FM Radio 69 CHEVELLE STATION WAGON $1295
11blind hems, monograms, overcasts, Louise T. Bailey $2,300 base ext. 3618 after S PM.
winds bobbin Inside machine. Bal. 771.3605 Broker AT, R&H $VWti
71 YAMAHA XS 650
$89. Cash or $6.50 per mo. Public
, 72 HONDA CB450
Exc cond.Must sell 11?
Discount Center, 805 S. Edgewood
Ave., 389.0494.. $850. 2642528 3,500 Miles

1 RENTALS'\( I roof'71,VW chrome SUPER wheels BEETLESun radials, 69 BUICK RIVIERA $2295

DATING BY'COMPUTERFor exec.cond., make offer, base ext. 2557or Air, All power, Vinyl roof

fun, friendship, or marriage. For home phone 786.2567. ....
unmarried adults only. Send name ORANGE: PARK
address, age In confidence to C.S.I.. 2 BR, Apts. furn. or unfufn,, Dish '66 FORD

P.O. Box 2270, Satellite Bch., Florida washer Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth Custom 500 Auto.Trans., 289 excellent
32935. Apts. 771.1405 or 771-3355. transportation $400. 264 3403'




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It Is only natural that the to cross, explore and map it. pi West became the object of ., ; + .... ...
first Americans, indeed the first Once they had laid the ground- close scientific scrutiny. Fre- ( ... :
humans, to set foot on the moon work, subsequent discoveries in mont, like many military men : '
should be members of the Armed the Northwest could be charted of the period was not only an .;.-..St a:..
Forces. They are simply following with reference to already exist explorer, but a man who could g A ,'.1r,.'
through on a tradition that ing landmarks. It is a tribute to maintain a direct correspondencewith 1
extends back to the very beginnings Lewis and Clark that their maps European scientists. a 14e .,
of the nation. were not only copied in this Lieutenant Zebulon Pike, after ,,
The expedition of Captain country but were widely sought when the famous Pike's Peakin
Meriwether Lewis and Captain after in Europe. Colorado was named had to ,.:.Ar.. '
William Clark of the U.S. Army face different dangers than :,/
in 1803-05 set the stage for Scientific Side those faced by the astronauts I;
R, later exploration of the North today. Not only did he have to 44 ":''I.NK ,' ,
'\ American continent. Their maps After Lieutenant John C. Fre cope with savage Indians in his
showed the vastness of the area mont's first expedition to the explorations of the area but
r and underscored the magnitude Uocky Mountains in 1842, exploration was also captured by Spanish
4 of the effort that was required In the trans-Mississip- cavalry. His men nearly starvedto
death and several never recovered -
from the frozen feet
NORMANDY.7il.233t that they got while scaling the
9,000 foot peak. I
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Normandy Mall THiATRE On the water, Admiral Richard
'v S 1 39 Nofmoody Blvd, Evelyn Byrd, so famous for his
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t 1 Q 1,2, and 3 Bedrooms graphic Ollice of the U.S. Navy. Today, .several nations have
J and Directed by QlUSS OO''J] 'Jt Wilkes also scientific
Q Garden type apartments was a scientist ofsome stations in the frigid
.. I D Individual air conditioning.and note. During the 1830's he Antarctic regions. That they are
.' Rll'roduced made one of the first voyagesto there is due in no small part to
heating the vicinity of the Antarctic.In the work of Admiral Dyrd and
i a high time!i Q Drapes furnished the years following he pre his Navy & civilian rredecessors
; Q'Wall to wall carpeting pared a five-volume narrative in that desolate region. ,
D Large Swimming Pools report of the expedition com- Impending Drama
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plete with atlas. In addition his
c f reports appeared in massive volumes On one of his flights'over the
',. meteorology and hy region he summed up his feel-
drography. ings in a manner that could be
;, '. Many of the military officers well echoed by the astronautson
) j 0 o D ttet the job done of the period were not only accomplished the moon today: "Of all the
scholars in many /flights: I have ever made, none
areas, they often encouragedand were so full of excitement and
assisted civilian scholarsand profit as this one. An air of impending !
artists. For example, we drama foreshadowedevery
might not have today many of mile of progress. North;
JUST CALL. the works of the famous artist east south and west-every-
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George Catlin had it not been thing that was there was un-
for the help that he received seen and untrodden and unknown '
from enlightened Army officers. ."

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ri'I|c. !in f' rH iiiiidrqujilcly. 'sl or not restrained at all <\'.. :;' .
Tnt ir iicriilciilH lire they leading" meat in children between ... .
'JC of one and ,M. horh: year HlMut one thouwtnd :
the atn l children under J, : ,
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miles/ r"T hClur, N child ridinJ' can thc, I lap of an adult i.s in dancer \" '" ; ';'1'
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serious; Injury. In u !sudden Ktop, a small child will .,;',
generate a :14
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sudden' f rrc c>r more than 400 pounds '
Kor Mirely'K Kalke, all )youn. ters i in any car should be seated ".1 .
or,
I in the CIUMr infants, lying in a special thildholder.Univrrhity ;:"
or California experts Ray that seat bell should not be
worn, until children arc 48 to GO inches tall, and then a firm plastic
lit .least five inches thick
should
cushion alr.o:; be worn. The cushion
nsl,, 'hold 1 the child up so that the scat belt will pull down acrosshis
thighs. : at a 4.r! degree angle.
Until it child i.s mature enough to use seat belts, special chnJ-
holders and car seats are now being sold. in most major departmentstores.
Thc:'' new child seats must meet Federal standards so be
sure that the label states that the device meets Federal Motor Vehicle
Safety :Standard; No. 213.
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.ADVANCED TO LUNCH 11 AM til 2 PM DINNER 4 PM til 8 PM
GUNNEY-Gy.Sgt. Bobby W. Wallance receives the
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Carrot and Chef Salad Bowl, Tossed Salad
,Oct. 16 Cottage Cheese,
Combination Salad Fruit Cup'Plain
Minestrone Soup, Baked Meat Raisin, Stuffed Eggs. .
Jelo| Fruit
Devils Food Jello Plain
Pie,
Loaf with Creole Sauce, Baked Egg Custard
Cheese Fruit
: Chicken with Dressing, Barbeque Cake! Apple Pie Assorted Cheese Cottage Potato Salad Cottage, Health

r'r Pork on Buns, 7 oz. Chopped Pudding.Wednesday,Oct. 18 Salad. .
Sirloin, Fish.Mashed Pineapple Cream Pie
Vegetable Soup, Macaroni and Layer
French
Potatoes,
Fried Shrimp Cake Apple Pie, Assorted
Sauce,
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Meat Pudding.
with Beans, 7 oz.
Buttered Peas, Pinto Beans, Baked Franks Friday,Oct.20
Sirloin.
Chopped
Spinach. French Shrimp Gumbo, Trout
Mashed Potatoes
Chef Salad Bowl, CombinationSalad
Almondine,Country Fried Steaks
Rice and Gravy
Fried Potatoes
Fruit Cup, Plain Jello,
with Rice Stuffed
Zucchini and Tomatoes, Great Peppers with
Fruit Jello, Plain Cottage
Creole Sauce 7
Beans. oz. Chopped
String
Northern Beans,
Cheese, Fruit Cottage Cheese,
Waldorf Salad, Cole Slaw. Chef Salad Bowl, Tossed Sirloin.
1 Pie Chocolate Cream Salad, Combination Salad, Fruit Mashed Potatoes, French
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Apple
Fried Potatoes, Rice and
Pie, Banana Cake, Assorted Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Gravy,
.TIME FOR CONGRATULATIONS Simplicio D. Enriques is Plain Cottage Cheese Fruit Squash, Okra and Tomatoes,
congratulated by Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO,. as he Pudding. Cottage Cheese, Cucumber Mix, String Beans.
retires with 28 years of naval service Before retiring, Chief Enriquez Tuesday,Oct.7 Tuna Salad. Mashed Potatoes French

worked at TPO.WANT. Cream of Chicken Soup, Pan Coconut Cream Pie, Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy,
TO \ ( HECK NO, DAD! Roast Beef with New Potatoes, Strawberry Short Cake, ApplePie Squash, Okra and Tomatoes,
GO FISHING, \ I'M GOING TO Liver with Onions, Braised Pork Aborted Pudding. String Beans.
PEPPER? 7 V VOTEc" / Chops with Apples,' 7 oz. Chopped Thursday,Oct. 19 Chef Salad Bowl,Tossed Salad,
Sirloin,Fish. Pea Soup, Fried Chicken, Combination Salad, Fruit Cup,
Mashed Potatoes, French Brisket of Beef with Cabbage, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Plain
Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy Chili and Rice, 7 oz. Chopped Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cottage
\ Turnip Greens, Blackeyes Corn. Sirloin, Fish.Mashed Cheese Beet and Onion: Cole
I' Chef Salad Bowl, Tossed Potatoes, French Slaw.
:r''''', Salad, Comomation Salad, Fruit Fried Potatoes, Rice and Gravy, Almond Cream Pie, Peach
"' Cup, Plain Jello, Fruit Jello, Spiced Beets, Mustard Greens, Short Cake, Apple Pie Assorted

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Jax The following positionhas you are interested in to the
been advertised under the ,Civilian Personnel Department,
Jax Merit Promotion Program Bldg. 907..
y since our last issue: If the position you wish to be
Packer Leader WL-6 ((103-72)); considered for has been an-
Closing Date: 10-19-72 nounced under the Merit
Employees are urged to look Promotion Program specific
for the Merit Promotion An. instructions for applying are
nouncements on the official included in the announcement for
bulletin boards in their work the position.You .
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areas at least once a week. ean apply for a position
Domestic Action! They are also encouraged to announced under the Merit

contact the Employment Office, Promotion Program regardlessof
Ext. 3448. or the Rating Branch, whether assignment to that

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Department to inquire about reassignment or change to lower
1 BY POPULAR DEMAND IN THE ;; positions in which they are in grade for you.
terested.Do If the position to which you
<: PIRATES TAVERN t; you want to be laterally wish to be reassigned or changedto
reassigned or changed to lower lower grade has not been

i grade? announced under the Merit
:; H.' If so, you should submit a Promotion Program, you may
:; C DON AND THERENEGADES T I completed application, Standard obtain information about the

Form 171, and any supplementalforms forms to submit by calling Ext.
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Transition Program Aids L Flu Shots
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. Health Skilled Personnel L; AvailableJax ;
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" to the potential s:3
Directed Into Health Careers civilian.
i (MEDIHC) program is assisting The cards ; The period for
j military personnel trainedin are mailed to the : annual administration of
+ health skills while in service MEDIHC Coordinator of the L a .*
state in.which influenza immunizationshas
the individual
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their training in civilian
to use Dishes employment. The state \\P arrived and vaccine is
, life. coordinator is responsible for now available for this
:. The MEDIHC program, sponsored the proper placement of the in.
by the Department of dividual. lie purpose.
makes
Health, Education, and Welfareand M E D III C participants sure hear that o Influenza immunizationis
the Department of Defense, from the institutions or facilities an annual requirementfor
begins when base Transition that have openings for .t' fay, all active duty militarypersonnel
officers have determined an individual's which they qualify.All and is to be
interest in the pro- interested personnel 1 UP A RANKLt fig| ) William P. Ford'Phase (Six) Officer at (AE) accomplished in the monthof
Interested,individuals fill
gram. should see their TRANSITION "A" School is promoted to his present rank as Cdr. J.H. Brady, October.It .
out a Qualification / Referral Counselor or write: Director of Training, and Lt (fig| ) Ford's wife, Betty, tack on the new is that the
Card outlining training, experience shoulder boards. planned
job interest, and educational administration of this
U. S. DEPARTMENT OF
ambitions.The vaccine will be conductedin
HEALTH, EDUCATIONAND
Transition Counselor appraises WELFARE I NATTC Promotions I the respective workingareas
J the individual's qualifications Public Health Service of tenant activitiesand
aptitudes and interests. National Institute of Health NAS departments

He then- -describes_! ...the_ opportun. Bethesda MD 20014 having sufficient military <

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YOUR WIFE STILL AFTER DRIVING TO justify conducting the
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promoted to his present rank. Performing the honors are his wife,
.- Nancy, and Cdr. J.H. Brady, Director of Training. and place.
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Week is observed annually during the week containing

October 9, its anniversary date.It .
strongly reminds us that fires are not unavoidable
accidents. They are almost always the result of some __

thoughless} act or neglect, and they can exact heavy _4 Ii
penalties. 1
.. Don't gamble that you can escape the financial
headaches or family heartaches that fire always brings. GRAND OPENING The newly remodeled Officers Club is officially opened as Capt. William G.
Make fire prevention your concern, at home, on the Sizemore, NAS Jax skipper, cuts the ceremonial ribbon. Looking on are Capt. R.C. O'Loughlin,
job-EVERY WEEK. Supply Officer,Capt.Donald J.Childers,NAS Jax XO,and Jim Cochrane,Club Manager.



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An associate of Thursday, Oct. 26, at 9 p.m.
folk, with which they made,
to..well..those who do not pure
"Of the excellent young
many
BLANDING AGENCY Inc. their initial national impact a
singing groups around today, always feel 'with-it'
REALTORS one critic has said, "the New number of years ago.
Christy Minstrels stand out as The group is made up of five Cost for the show only will be
k a3 aAqF boys and three girls that perform $3.75 and charge for the show anda 1
the that has most effectively
,Dependability,Sincerity in one
I Honesty excellently as a unit or as individuals steamship round buffet will be
REAL ESTATE SALES p narrowed the generation gap depending on the 725.The buffet will start at 6:30 {
between the more contemporary requirements of the song. p.m..,
5102 Blanding Boulevard 'with-it' sound and style, and the Their songbook is wide Ticket purchasers will be ableto
Phone 771.9513 more traditional kind of song- ranging, including everythingfrom choose their seats when they
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NA Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE/ published arriving tile too late for this deadline will be Thursday,Oct. 12
Tuesday, Oct. 17
PUblisher Is Instructed fOllowing week unless the NAS: "KISS AND KILL"Drama
Otherwise A check or NAS: "NIGHT OF THE
L money order for the full cost of the Id must be ,Starring Christopher Lee
4747 San Juan Avenue received WITH the copy for the ad. and Richard Greene. "PG" ((95 BLOOD MONSTER" Horror,

I min.) Starring Christopher Lee and
RATE
Jacksonville, Florida Peradditlon.lline(4! minimum charge((3(met) $200 Friday,Oct. 13 Maria Rohm. "PG (89 min.)
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words per line, ) .50
NAS: "THE STEPMOTHER"Drama

l Starring Alejandro Rey HOSPITAL: "TilE BISCUIT
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; MODEL 70 WINCHESTERBolt WILMAR APARTMENTSAir min.)

w7:EMPLOYMENT action, quick detachable swivels, Condit.oned; 2 bedroom, Living HOSPITAL:f "KISS AND
military sling, .270 Cal., like new, less room, Kitchen, Brfst. nook, parking KILL" .
Wl than 30rds fired thru barrel, w.free space for 2 cars, water, sewage, Saturday,Oct. 14 LOOKINGFORA
box of ammo. $135.7721641.MARRIAGES garbage lawn service, Furnished-
JOBSUOBSIJOBS I NAS: uTilE MASTERS"Western

Shorthand Secretarys, Dictaphone $120., Unfurnished.$100. plus 4 per Starring Brock Peters -
cent sales ta. 387-2541 weekends, 389-
Typists PERFORMED
Operators ,
Clerks
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ANYTIMEANYPLACE 0744 and Burl Ives. "PG" (97 min.)
Keypunchers. NEW
HIGH PAY NO FEE Call 733.8327 BEING TRANSFERRED HOSPITAL: "THE STEP-

Call Norrell Temporary BASS Let a retired Navy man who un. MOTHER" CAREER
GUITAR ft AMP
396-5371 derstands YOU R problems, manage Sunday,Oct. IS
Good con d., 15" Speaker, call Sam
the rental of your house until you NAS: "CACTUS IN THE If
LOCAL PART-TIME SUPERVISORSNeeded Sottile, 771-3211, Ext. 655. return to Jax.Bartleson you qualifyand
SNOW" Comedy Drama arc willing to work,
for fast growing California ,
,O'Neil & Payne, Inc.
corporation 261.5977, 771-6922NEEDEXTRAMONEY. CHIEFSUNIFORMS 1147 So. Edgewood Ave. Starring Richard Thomas and it Is possible 0 t. .

? Set of Blues& set of Kackis size 40 and 3389311ORTEGA Maggie King.uPG" (90 min) $20,000 to earn In excess of .
per year
one all weather black overcoat with
You can earn more than $100 extra HOSPITAL: uTilE within 3.5 years.
belt
& liner,size 40-42, total $125 call 9 HILLS
monthly Income for lust three sales
a AM-2 PM 724.1432. MASTERS"
month. Call 724.3596 before noon any 3BR House Management training program,
day for further information. MOVING SALE 771.1405 or 771-3355UNFURNISHEDHOUSE Monday,Oct. 16 starting salary negotiable. Call .

Sacrifice prices like new Items, NAS: "THE BISCUIT Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn, U.S.

REAL ESTATE SALESMEN Dinette set, riding mower, slim gym EATER" Comedy, Starring Earl Navy(Retired), Sales Managerwith
exerciser, HI-FI, odds & ends. 2467 3 BR, Fenced Yd., carport, screened Holliman and Patricia Crowley."G" Metropolitan Life Insurance
have
We moved
our real estate office East Holly Point, Orange Park. (Left porch $50.dep. req.$125. mo. 781.7910. (100 min.)' Company at telephone number
from downtown to 4543 WesconnettBlvd.
356-2621
.
if Interested.Jflw'DSP1sI
off U.S. 17)).
across from K.Mart. We need OKOLONA MOBILE HOME PARK HOSPITAL: "CACTUS IN

active real estate salesmen or NOW RENTING THE SNOW"

saleswomen with Florida Real Estate :REAL II Brand new park adjacent to golf -

License. Prefer one with experienceand ESTATEBEAUTIFULMANDARIN course. Many trees. Conveniently ............
one who needs to make more than located to NAS Jax & Cecil Field. Vt : : :;:: :

team$1,000 would per month.be desirable.A husband and wife mile from utilities.1295 interchange.Playground area Underground :: : ::: ; : ; ?:;;;IIIIIIIIIIII! r JliCfa.ii91II J\\:..

Conv. to Buckman
Bridge
MORRISON I.TAYLOR swimming pool and recreation

771.3052 REALTORS-q- -MLS---- UNBELIEVABLE multiple en. building planned. $44 and $49 including .1
fertainmeni areas. in addition to
sewer, water and garbage
HELP WANTED handsome Living & Dining rooms, collection.
there Is large Den. with
a Lounge Wet
Sarge American Service Station and ASK ABOUT OPPORTUNITY TO
Garage, all three shifts, 201 Hwy. 17, Bar & Fireplace opening onto an even EARN FREE RENT)
i O.P., Fla. 32073 larger enclosed, carpeted' Patio with Call 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 781.5511
bar, which adjoins/ a paneled, carpeted 904264-9504 9042649591 '
:.c 1 PART-TIME GameRooni with a Ping Pong Open Daily 8 to 8:30-Saturday 8 to 5-Sunday 1 to 6 PM .

table,and opens onto an outdoor Patio
i ,Janitorial $1.91 hr. PRIVATE APT 72 DELUXE BUS $3495
& Pool. Wooded, secluded fenced acre
" on NAS 7727661JANGO 1 .BR, Furn. near Roosevelt Mall, Jax
R&H Air-Cond.
plus lot. ,
& Cecil, $100 mo. 389.5957 after 5.
3BR, 2B, CH&A, Modern Kitchen,
DELUXE BUS ,
71 $2795
Junior Army Navy Guild Carpeted and Draperies. Master bath .' ,'" ,',, y
GIVE US A CALL FOR R&H Extra Clean
Organization, teenage hospital has Chandelier and sunken Roman ,
Quick Rental of
volunteers. Interviews will be held tub. your Property 71 VW KOMBI $2995
Priced In the mid 60's Edward O. Lyon, Broker 389.03611ft2BEDROOMAPTS.
Sat, Oct. 14, 9:00-12:00 AM at the '
Naval Hospital Mary L. Williard, Broker 249-280) AC, R&H, Extra Clean

For Rent 69 VW SEDAN R&H, AT, AC $1795

j. WE BUY ft SELL EQUITIESCall 786.5099 72 DATSUN 240Z ????
us for Quick
[ lltrsli'lll' service
Ij, Morrison 1.Taylor, Inc. AC, AT, AM-FM Stereo, 1,000 Miles :
4543 Wesconnett
771-3052 Blvd.737-3864 fflJllltttllfillJUSTISS? TWO 70 VW SEDANS R&H, New Paint $1695
BE A DISC JOCKEY
Call 355-244 fore 71 POP TOP CAMPER R&H $3495

Recorded message by ST.JOHNS COUNTY TRAILER PARK ONE-1970 KARMANN GHIA
Scott Edwards 26 miles from NAS, 1 acre or more on 1 Qtr. mile No. of NAS. Clean Modern
COLUMBIA SCHOOLOF SR13,1.3 miles to public boat landing, trailers and apts. 3893007. New paint, R&H $1895

BROADCASTINGHome close to 6 mile creek, good fishing ft 1971 VW SQUAREBACKAT
School hunting, $3,500.00 & up, terms, MO. HO. LOTS FOR RENT

1902 Van. Ness,San Francisco Adair Realty, Broker 771.5877 Close to Cecil, up to 1 acre, w.trees, R&H, factory warranty >I. $2595

781-0945. 1970 VW FASTBACK R&H 'j ., $1795
Home Study MIDDLE BURG AREA ;, p

Not affiliated with CBS, inc. 1 acre Mobile Home tracts In Sun. '70 HOLLY PARK 1969 VW SQUAREBACK AT, R&H V: t. $199,5
Approved for Veterans ft Servicemen Call 2642086.NORMANDY 12x60,. 2BR, Completely Furnished, .*
Local'office:601 Fla. Natl. Bank Bldg nyside Farms. AC, washer-dryer, WW carpet, 1969 VW FASTBACK AC, AT, R&H"H J;' $1895
assume payments or rent 7710990. *'
ONE 1970 VW BUS : '
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREO ACRES ,
Consoles, some with AM.FM, tape 4 miles west of Cecil Field. Road 1YR.OLDNEWMOON12x65 Deluxe, 7 passenger, R&H $2495
LR, Den,
CH&A, Shag carpet
players, at dealers' cost to liquidate frontage, Ito 10 acre tracts. Land Is
2BR, W & D, washer, Exc. Cond.,' 1969 VW SEDANS
stock. 'Full warrantyl! Phone 771.0409. the best Investment for the future.
Must sell. 4 ml. from Cecil Field. 781
New R&H to
Other tracts available over Southwest paint, $1495 $1595

LIVE CRABS Jacksonville.: -1518 anytime. ONE-1968VW SEDAN R&H $1350

Wilford's. Fish Camp Wynne Realty of Florida 72 SAFARI BOLD

264-9707 __ 389.5514 389-8507 12 x 65, 3BR, 2B, no down payment. 66 VW SEDAN R&H $795

lust refinance. 771.5562.
LAWN MOWING ft EDGING, Nice Selection of other Model VW's
call Hart QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY 'SABRE

771 3211 Ext.8340 Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. 12x60,2BR, 1 B with double sinks, w.w
'Edward 0.Lyon, Broker 319-0361 shag carpet, AC, assume mortg. of 100 % GUARANTEE!

$5611.34, pmts. of 106.23, call work772-
TYLER's'AI'R SERVICE
COND.
ATTRACTIVE HOME 3156 or Barrack 7L 772.3857.
We service Auto AC, Central Units We gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance
Oak Hill Park. 3BR,2B, Central H and Inspection.
and Window Units. Reasonable. A, nearly new, Call Glad Rogers, Then we tuned up, tightened,and replaced everything that needed it.
3885161
4711 Palmer Lake Shore Associate I i ; 1il tifl(1 And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all

GEORGE M.LINVILLE major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and

KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER Corp. MLS Realtors733 double check.
Responsible party take up pmts. of $5. 64 FIAT ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE

a month. Call dealer. 772-B936. JBR,2B PRETTY 4 door, rebuilt engine, new trans- ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
mission, red leather interior, Make
.
,fruit trees nice,
HARMONY ELEC.GUITAR fenced yard very offer 721 2849.

W.Case & Small amp. Perfect cond., $16,000.
$85 7812260. VANSANDT, REALTOR 387.1213VA 'CAPRI DOMESTIC SPECIALS!

V6, AM.FM Radio,5300 mi., Must Sell

SINGER TOUCH 'N'SEW or FHA ,now, S1ROO. 24A.7956 after 6 PM. 1970 CHEVROLET BELAIR $1850 '1" ,,
Cost over $400, In 4-drawer desk. Lovely 3BR home, only,1 blk. off 103rdSt. '65 CORVETTE -\
Used 12 months Sews stretch fabric, near all schools. Newly painted Orig Cond. blue coupe, 327.350 HP 4- Auto, AC, Radio, Low Mileage

makes buttonholes, fancy designs, Inside & out, quick possession I speed, AC, PS, PB, AM.FM Radio 69 CHEVELLE STATION WAGON $1295
blind hems, monograms, overcasts, Louise T. Bailey $2.300, base ext. 3618 after 5 PM.
winds bobbin Inside machine. Bal. 771.3605 Broker AT, R&H $1b9&..
71 YAMAHA X$650
$89. Cash or $6.50 per mo. Public
Ext condo Must sell. 72 HONDA, CB 450 111
Discount Center, 805 S. EdgewoodAve.
., 389.0494. $850 2642528 3,500 Miles
I liJI'l' 1tflll 11 '71 VW SUPER BEETLESun
roof, chrome wheels, radials, 69 BUICK RIVIERA $2295

DATING BY COMPUTER exec cond., make offer, base ext. 2557 Air, All power, Vinyl roof

For fun, friendship, or marriage. For or home phone 7862567. "'
unmarried adults only. Send name, ORANGE PARK
address age In confidence to C.S.I., 2 BR, Apts. turn or tmfurn,. Dish '66 FORD

PO Box 2270, Satellite Bch., Florida washer; Drapes Carpets Elizabeth Custom 500, Auto Trans, 289 excellent
32935. Apts. 771-1405 or 771.3355. transportation, 400. 2643403.




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It Is only natural that the to cross, explore and map it. pi West became the object of .
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first Americans, indeed the first Once they had laid the ground- close scientific scrutiny. Fremont :,:d .
humans, to set foot on the moon work, subsequent discoveries in like many military men : "
should be members of the Armed the Northwest could be charted of the period was not only an i1i1,, .
Forces. They are simply follow- with reference to already exist- explorer, but a man who could A e .'fir".,:
ing through on a tradition that ing landmarks. It is a tribute to maintain a direct correspondencewith \"
extends back to the very begin. Lewis and Clark that their maps European scientists. ,',:1;'
nin;s of the nation. were not only copied in this Lieutenant Zebulon Pike, after .
The expedition of Captain country but were widely sought. when the famous Pike's Peakin .. .er ....I.,..
Meriwether Lewis and Captain after in Europe. Colorado was named had to t
William Clark of the U.S. Armyin face different dangers than
1803-05 set the stage for Scientific Side those faced by the astrcnauts ,
R, later exploration of the North today. Not only did he have to
t American continent. Their maps After Lieutenant John C. Fre cope with savage Indians in his r ; I '
showed the vastness of the area mont's first expedition to the explorations of the area but /
and underscored the magnitude Rocky Mountains in 1842, ex- was also captured by Spanish
1/ of the effort that was required ploration in the trans-Mlssissip- cavalry. His men nearly starved I, '
to death and several never recovered -
from the frozen feet k\\: ; z
NORMANDY that they got while scaling the \
9,000 foot peak.
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Norman dy MollS139Normondy THEATRE On the water, Admiral Richard
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I Q 1,2, and 3 Bedrooms graphic Otlice of the U.S. Navy. 'today, .several nations have
t Produced and Directed by[RDSS.METER! y D Garden type apartments Wilkes was also a scientist of scientific stations in the frigid
some note. During the 1830's he Antarctic regions. That
they are
t Russ Meyer'sfor .I D Individual air conditioning.
made one of the first voyagesto there is due in no small part to
and
heating the vicinity of the Antarctic.In the work of Admiral Byrd and :
f a high time! Q Drapes furnished the years following he prepared his Navy & civilian predecessors '
: ) D'Wall to wall carpeting a five-volume narrative in that desolate region.Impending ?
D Large Swimming Pools report of the expedition com- Drama
I plete with atlas. In addition his .
reports appeared in massive vol. On one of his flights'over the
umes of meteorology and hy region he summed up his feelings
drography. in a manner that could be
j I 'i Many of the military officers well echoed by the astronautson

) j a ffet the job done of the period were not only accomplished the moon today: "Of all the
scholars in many flights I have ever made, none,
;\ 4 areas, they often encouragedand were so full of excitement and
assisted civilian scholarsand profit as this one. An air of impending
artists. For example, we drama foreshadowedevery
might not have today many of mile of progress. North,
: JUST CALL. the works of the famous artist east south and west-every
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George Catlin had it not been thing that was there was un-
for the help that he received seen and untrodden and un.
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For safely' sake, all youngsters in any car should! be scaled or : / '. .
in tin' ramof Infants, lying in'a special childholdcr. '
University of California experts that
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rat least five inches thick should
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Until a child is mature enough to use scat belts, special) child!
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BOWLING Last year's champions boasted of Jackson will again be at the NAME
CoNational: High sets and an All-Navy nominee: Buck Cecil Field reins in this years' .

games eluded many keglers last Wooster of VA-45. tourney.If RANK OR TITLE ._I _AGE_ PIIONE......._._
week. Bob Samu ((563, 186-236)); The 1972-73 intramural you have never seen the
Ray Proctor (538,173-165-200)( ); Al basketball season will commenceon scrambler (Jackson) perform, DUTY STATION SERVICE"NUMBER.:...._...._..
Alcoran ((176-176-179,531)); Dick 16 November, preceded by an you better plan on attending the .
Maffett ((525, 170-190)); Larry Pool organizational meeting on 13 tourneys, because Don is (This week's games)
((525, 197-174)) and Paul Conaway Nov. in the Athletic Directors definitely (as usual?) retiringafter .
LSU _ AUBURN_
((522, 201-172)) were ,the only office. Commands and depart. this season. The loud sighsof
bowlers to boast 500 or better ments desiring to field teams will relief wafting over the tops of TEXAS. OKLAHOMA
sets.France rolled the high gameof be required to attend the Cecil Field's pines belong to the
the evening with a nifty 225. meeting. local department and command GEORGIA ,MISSISSIPPI
Standings: Intramural table tennis will football coaches who have had to
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CPO's 226 kick off 6n 23 Nov. A meeting of scrape and claw for the runnerupslot MICHIGAN ... MICH. TATE .
Medical 208 ,team captains will be held in the during the past three years.. "
a Athletic Directors office on 16 .the reign of King Jackson. MIAMI TULANE
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Marines NWSED 17 18 -11-10 Intramural squash will open on IOWA STATECOLORADO. ,/' ...' .. r.
30 Nov. The meeting of team Navy CelebrationNavy
VA-95 17 -11 WASHINGTONSTANFORD
... AIMD ".'16 -12 captains is scheduled for 23 Nov.
at the recruiting NormandyMall
gym. CORNELLPENN
a Admin 12 -12
NAS, Jax is the site of the 1972 will celebrate the 197th
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COMFIARJAX touch football Anniversary of the United ATLANTA NEW ORLEANS.___
Special Services 11 *17
tourney. States Navy on 13 and 14 October -
CLAW-1 11 -17
Cecil Field has three strong with live entertainment in DALLAS BALTIMORE
AIMDNo.2 9 -19
Weapons 8 -.20Fall's prospective entries: VA-174, VA- the Normandy Mall Shopping
45 and VA-12. All three teams Center.At .
Flounders 5 .23
boast potent offenses, and stingy 6:30: PM Friday and 3:00PM: TIEBREAKERpredict: final score on game between
UPCOMING EVENTS defenses. Saturday live music featuringJohn Georgia and Mississippi. Indicate winners in other games by a
Cecil Field Vollyeball Team: VA-174, led by ageless Don Thomas and "The Sons of check mark.
Positions are still open on the Jackson,has won the title for the the Hills" will entertain with Ballot boxes forNAS and Cecil Field are located at the Navy
Raider volleyball team. Players past three seasons,and should be selections that should satisfy all Exchange near the Lay-away counter and at Galley One. Ballots
interested in competing with a top seeded in this years tourney. music lovers.Visitors must hem in by noon Friday each.week or they won't be picked up.

top level team in America's most ComSix NAS, Jax touch will football also host the. to the area are cordially ;..;..._;...;...;...;...;..;....;..;....;..;...:..:..;:....:..;.:....................:...:.:...:.:....:..:............!......!...!-..!...!....!......!....!...!...-!..-!..!-..!-..!-..!-..!..!-..!...!-..!-..-.:-..:-..!-..:--!.:..-:-.:..:-..!-..:-..:-..:...:-..:.n:.:..:..:..:-.:.?.:.:.:-.:.:!-:!.
.rapidly growing sport are tourney.It
invited to listen to the
requested to contact Tom may.just be a coincidence, music and recruiters will be Wherever an unzipped
McGuckin at the station gym. but since Don "Bear" Jackson's available to -answer letter goes trouble
Cecil Field won the ComSix Cecil Field debut in the fall of any. .
\ questions on Navy programs. follows. Up to 5 extra r
f title this season,and are eager to '69', (not be confused with the s
repeat in 1973. During the past Summer of 1942)) the Raiders sorting operationsat -
\ decade, Cecil Field has' con have been unbeaten in ComSix A new, low calorie natural your local Post
sistently fielded excellent teams. play. sweetener from an African red Office alone. Then
berry has been isolated by a VA extra stops along the
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jax Everything wentas first
came
expected for all the top FICEUR against Intramural) Football NARJAX No.2 2 1 CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
by
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teams in the Intramural with Bell Score of 14-6 NATIONAL LEAGUEW HOSPITAL 1 1 W L
Football Leagues last and Parmley L MARTO 1 2 PATHFINDERS 441'h 11\
scoring the MARINE BARRACKS 2
touchdowns PUBLIC WORKS 7 I 1 HAWKS 36'h 19'h
week as Public Works and Smith adding a point NARJAX 6 1 SUPPLY 0 3 CHIEFS 36 20WEAPONS
stayed on top of the after attempt. Bowen MATSG 6 2 0 3 HURRICANES 30' 26
National League standings : scored for Ficeur. NDRC 5 3 AMERICAN LEAGUE COMFAIRJAX f1 29
Their FAW-11 W L VPoQ 26.tNORC
and the Marine 4 5
second
win of the week HOSPITAL 3.4 3'h 'h ADPERS ZS'h 22'h
Barracks continued to
came at the expense of VP- WEAPONS 3 5 679th 3 1 MARINE BKS 24 24
extend their lead in the 56 by a score of 16-12. MARTD i 5 MATSG 2 1 DRAGONS No.4 19 2i
American League. Three different FATSOG O. ADMIN 2 2 HOSPITAL 17'h 34t,
Public Works main- men NARJAX No.1 11l.e 1'h FUMBLERS 15 33
AMERICAN
handled the LEAGUEW
scoring chores FAW.11 '
1 1 FUMBLERS 15 41
tained its top spot last this time with Sawyer L AIMD 1 2
week with a 14-0 win MARINE BARRACKS 8 0
over holding top honors with VP-45 '6 1 COMFAIRJAX 1 2 NATIONALLEAGUE.
Hospital when Collins AIR OPS 2
eight points, Jenkins VW-4 4. 2 t W L
picked up eight points witha coming up with six and AIR OPS 4 3 VW-t 0. 3 FLAP JAX 29 15

touchdown and a point Fisher two. Thacker and FICEURVP56 3 4 NATTC 28 28

after attempt and Fruge Angell scored one touchdown VP-5 I .5 Intramural BowlingGEMS 5 ZS 26 21 19

picked up the other six for each for the losers. COMMUNICATIONS I I 6 7 PACIFIC LEAGUE WOMEN'S LIB 24 20
the winners.
CHASERS 22Yl 144
NarJax stayed close Intramural Pistol W L LEPRECHAUNS 20 24
VP-56 had picked its SPLITMAKERS 29 15
up NATIONAL NAMID 19 2SFwF
behind Public Works witha first win of the LEAGUEW GOOD AND BAD f1 13
season a L STIFFS 1a44 2544
Braswell 34-0 win over FAW-11. few days before their loss FICEUR 4 8NATJ'C SPECIALS 24 24 : QUACKS 12. 32
was NarJax'smost
to VP-45 when they 3 1 AFEES 23'
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prolific scorer in this MATSG AMERICAN LEAGUE
downed Communications 3 1 VP-45 No.1 23 21
game with two touchdownsand NDRC 2 2 'w L
6-0. Beatty was the only SPARKS 21 19
FAW-11 LATE CHARGERS 32
a point after attemptfor 2 2 DRAGONS No.2 19 25 12
to the
one cross goal line NARJAX 3 SAW BONES 28 16
2
14 points. Lewis added HUNTERS 16 20 ,
this ame. NFO 0 3 BEES 26 18
eight points, Scott six and SUPPLY 0 5 NUBS 6 34 ADCOP 26 18

Lvles six. NDRC and Weapons AMERICAN LEAGUEW BOOZERS 25 19
The Marine Barracks L FUBARS 24 20
tangled in a defensive ATLANTIC LEAGUE
extended it's unbeaten WEAPONS 4 1 W L HACKERS 18 22
battle last week that saw
VP-45 DRAGONS No.3 12 24
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streak to eight games both teams go into halftime MARTD 3 1 DRAGONS No.1 35 35 13 AIMO 12 32
when they scored a 26-8 without registeringany AIMD 2 2VW. RADAR 17 29 15 TOP FIVE 9 31

victory over Com- points on the 1 4 BUSCH BUDS 'Z1 17
munications. It was a close Scoreboard. NDRC came FAPL 1 3 GUTTER DUSTERS II 22th 211
game through the first half with Hattabaugh's VP-5 1 3 CHIEFS 20 28 L..J ON.I 0"
up eight on HOSPITAL 1 2 VP-45No.2 19 33 ", A'
with the Marines holding touchdown
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only a 10-8 lead at halftimebut Goslin's safety in the Intramural Golf CAG-20 ". 15 1816 21th'MOTORS 29 &CYCLES CO.

they broke open in the second half while conWeapons- NATIONAL LEAGUEW BUSCH LEAGUERS 1s 29 .9..9 PHONE BLANDING 771-8244 BLVD.

second half and handedCommunications tinuing to hold L ASOTG 12 32

it's scorelessand NDRC came VP-5 3 0
FICEUR 2 0
seventh loss of the season. of the
up with its' fifth win VP-45 2 1
Allston led the Marine season. VP-56 2 1
attack with two touch-' Save

downs followed by Daniels ,

with one TD, Demps and WE FINANCESERVICEMEN -.g it up. .

Stoner with point after nG4
attempts and Bryant,,who to live
was credited with two 1 1

safetys. Mouhourtis

scored the TD and ...on topline quality Name Brands it up
Traviwo scored the point
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il Three Upsets/ On U-Pic-Em .'< ':" 'fr n;I II I II



Fail To Fool C. L MangusC

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Jax-Last week's U-Pic- A native of St. Augustine, /

Em ballot had three upsetson Mangus said he has

r it, but it still failed to always been a Gator fan so

fool all the pigskin pickersas it was only natural for him ,

18 balloters ended up to pick Florida over FSU

with only one miss.C. while his pick of Auburnwas \ >.

r Y r L. Mangus of the "just a toss-up". < ', '
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Electrical Shop at NARF Mangus was a runner-up .
outguessed all of them on just last week when AK3 l (I ., >r

the tie-breaker, however, Chrispen of Cecil Field hada '
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championship. him. Another runner-up FISHING CONTEST WINNER Capt. William G. Slzemore (R),
.. last week who ended NAS CO, and Jerry Stens, commodore of the Navy Jax Power Boat
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Neither the Auburn or up
Club,were on hand last week to congratulate Gloria Foster and award
1 I1 Florida upsets threw a runner-up again this her with a trophy for the 10 pound bass she caught off of the South
Mangus off but Buffalo'swin week was Walter W. Jetties to win the Power Boat Club sponsored contest. Another contestis

L. MangusBasketball over New England did., Fenley who gets special on the drawing board' and an announcement on it will be made at a

... mention because he pickedthe later date.
Columbia vs Princeton
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JAX SPORT BRIEFS ,, the final score .on that

.r game was 0-0. ROLLING ,HILLS C-16 TOD VI

a 1 Other balloters who

missed only one were HM3J. v-r'--

MeetingJax more information and to make D. Palmer, SHI 0. S.
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All units and commands 3120 or 264- 239 or Earl Bennett at Ruggiero, AKl James
interested in having an intramural 3891524. 1
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start making plans now to have a 1'opIntramural White, Liz Gavilan, AQAN "is.. 5. 5 IJ

representative at the intramural BowlersJax Tim Stecker, Walter B. Y _

basketball organizational Stovall, ADRC Ben ;-
meeting to be held October 25 at -Veahman of the Hunters S *5J
9:30a.m.: in the Conference Roomof intramural bowling team rolled a Ridgley, ADJAA Dale W.
Bldg. 704. 630 with games of 213221.196 to Sowers, YNC Everett W. k

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The MATSG Rifle team You'll love the gracious front GARAGE
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Championship matches held at WE'LL ANSWER THEM.No and the huge family room In this
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.. establish a fleet to protect and preserve the freedoms upon
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honors the day on which the Continental Congress in comprising the history of the Nation
: 1775 .authorized construction of ships for an American
Navy -- and thus brought into being the United States .' are highlighted by a heroic j i

:.:.:.:. Navy. I Vii or full discharge of duty fi::
on the part of the ships, |
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: Navy. Those of us who serve today have inherited a aircraft: and ,men :::;-
proud and honorable tradition from all those who have '+ of the United States Navy. ': ;

gone, before us. They set the standards of victoryand January 23, 1971. i:::
excellence that we carry forward. Each of us hasa ..:...:.
duty and obligation to preserve these standards for
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In Civilian In
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tt attention Salute Salute
at Stand at :
. When the National attention Stand If under arms ((1)(2)(3)(4))( )( )( ) ((1)(2)(4))( )( )
.: Anthem Is played salute

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.. When the flag passes attention If under arms ((3))((5)) ((5))
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saluted
\ role in the lives of most military fort. Casualties were considered (1) Flag, if visible, is faced and ; is hand, palm open, over heart.
| members. low: four men killed and 24 visible face music and salute; if music
There have been many varieties wounded. recorded face front and salute. ((4))When in athletic clothing face flag or music,
\I of flags in America's early Convinced that the fort could ((2)) Salute is rendered at first note of music and remove headdress, and stand at attention.

. history, but the most famous of not be taken, the British fleet held until last note. MEN-remove head(5)( ) Salute (is rendered when flag is six paces from
', them all is remembered every withdrew and the city of Baltimore ((3)) When in civilian attire shoulder: with right handover viewer and held until it has passed six paces
time they play "The Star Spangled was saved from the fate of dress, hold at left hand beyond.his .
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heart; without hats, place right
, Banner. Washington, and other Atlantic

From childhood, Americans coastal cities-one of the few emotions. On the day following Henry was designated a na- Henry. She was paid $405.90 for
sing the impressions of the bright moments during the War his return to Baltimore, tional monument and historic her services in making the flagon
young Maryland lawyer who of 1812. 18 1813.
his widely shrine.In August ,
of were
watched bombs burst around the During the seige of the fort, copies through poem the city. Soon
big flag. It is ironic that the a young attorney by the name circulated
melody comes from the very of Francis Scott.Key, who had the poem was set to the musicof the vicinty of the Fort is Her flag remains, now in the
nation that opposed us in the come to Baltimore to secure the an English song", "To Anac- the Mary Pickersgill House. It Smithsonian; her receipt to authenticate .
War of 1812. release of a friend from the crean in Heaven. The new was in this corner row house, it is still in existence;
British, witnessed the attack American version," "The Star her home for 50 years, that and the house in which the flag
Poetry and WarIt from the decks of a United Spangled Banner, eventually Mary Pickersgill made the Star was made stands as a national
became our national anthem in Banner-the 15-star, shrine.
States truce ship anchored in Spangled
was on September 13, 1814
1931. There is, incidentally, no
the river. During the long night 15-stripe flag that flew over
that a victorious British fleet authorized version of it to date.
fresh from the burning of Wash when he could no longer see the Fort McHenry. Unlike the An 1812 War Military Museum .
; ington anchored just below Fort flag he knew that the fort still Francis Scott Key's grave in Betsy Ross legend, there is a one of the few in the
stood the British nearby Frederick, Maryland, is mountain of evidence that Mary
McHenry, two miles from the so long-as con country, dedicated to the war
of the few in the nation
one spots made this historic flAg.
of Baltimore.At tinued to fire on it. With the
city that would like
many to forget,
where the national flag is
coming of dawn he still saw the
dawn the 16 warships the authorized to be flown 24 hoursa was erected next to the Flag
flag
waving
moved in and began heavy bom defiantly over day. General John S. Striker and House in 1953. Exhibited hereis
fort.
bardment. During the next 25 Commodore Joshua Barney paida the receipt that Mary Pickers-
1 hours, between 1,500 and 1,800 Shortly afterward, even After serving various functions visit to Mary Pickersgill some- gill received for her flag as wellas
bombs, rockets and shells were before the British fleet had left, throughout the years after time in 1813 to commission her military relics of the War of
fired by the British, inflicting Key began to set down on paper its moment of glory, Fort Mc- to make a flag for Fort Mc 1812.




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left no avenue of aircraft em
Aviation's'R'Ole' : ployment unexplored.

In developing this new military
system, the Navy has also been
:',' f. ably assisted by the aircraft
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industry, whose engineers early
demonstrated the drive
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and creativeness that made the
United States one of the leadersin
world aviation. At the beginning -
naval planners foresaw
needs for fighters, dive bombers,
torpedo planes and scouting
aircraft.

All but the last had to be
relatively small and H

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they were only able to fly short
k distances without refueling.
Since these aircraft operatedfrom _
land bases, they had limited
value for wide ocean reaches
where the Navy wanted to roam,
as well as the faraway locations A look at the past..The FF.1, Grumann's first production aircraftwas
where conflicts might occur. the Navy's first Grumann and the world's first production fighter
with retractable landing gear. Twenty-seven FF-ls were produced at
It was soon obvious to air
The A7.E Corsair Ills the primary aircraft flown' from Naval Air pioneers that naval aviation Farmingdale, Long Island and delivered between April 24 and
Station Cecil Field. This light attack aircraft of today carries a pay could realize its full potential November 1, 1933, to fighter squadron 5B (VF-5B) at NAS North
Lad of 18,500 pounds at speeds of 600 MPH, plus. The A7.E's weaponry only if incorporated aboard a shipof Island, California. Fighting Five, the original "Red Rippers"
includes Conventional, Nuclear, and air to air missiles. The primary some kind.Despite squadron,operated the FF.1 from North Island and aboard the U.S.S.
mission of the Navy's A7-E is long range attack missions. The its tremendous ad- Lexington from 1933 through 1935. During 1936 these aircraft were
withdrawn from service for conversion to FF 2's and assignment to
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capabilities are a far cry from what early aviation could offer. vantages, a seabased system
Naval Reserve stations. Records indicate that 25 of the production
Cecil Undoubtly, the airplanewas planted it in some missions its presented formidable obstacles.The aircraft were available for conversion after three years of fleet serviced
one of the greatest future seems assured for some solution to these problems l I
forth the combinationland
developments of naval warfare.It years to come. brought
based, sea based system
introduced the third dimensionof
air to what had Pound for pound a'naval that the U. S. Navy has today. work, determination and
space aircraft is the most expensive With great dedication, a small imagination there are about as "
heretofore been a simple problemof weapon in the nation's arsenal, so band of aviators, barely toleratedby many different designs of air-
using the world's waters, bothat the aircraft system remains their brother officers duringthe craft as surface ships. Each is
and beneath the surface.A under constant scrutiny by cost early years, stuck to their designed for some special
second cousin in the Inventory analysts of the Defense Depart-- task of working out the mission requirements such as
of naval weapons, in its ment. To survive this sur- techniques of naval l aviation.In precision bombing interception ,
infancy, the airplane rose to a veillance naval aviation has to
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photographic reconnaissance or w
it is clear that
World War II and retrospect
peak during be able to perform some military their determination and transport.The .
has enjoyed pre -eminence in the missions better than any other imaginative theories saved the mainstays of naval
Navy for almost 30 now. It force. .
years Navy during World War II and aviation the fighter and attack
made the battleship obsolete and the of naval aircraft aircraft
Throughout history through changes during the patrol an-
revolutionized naval tactics. aviation the flying professionhas years, made naval aviation whatit tisubmarine planes and
Although other military attracted many inquisitiveand is today. A true peace through helicopters again show the U. S.
systems compete with naval intelligent naval officers. strength on the sea and in the air. Navy's great strength in
aviation today and have sup Their imaglnltive thinking has Today, through years of hard aviation.

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According to the slogan m.;aking the rounds these days'
"It's more than ships at sea''. Indeed it is.


,,I The Navy is the men and body or mind. Our Navy'slife

women who serve in it. depends on mobilityand
ojc Without them, the Navy is change and if its men
just the "mothball fleet"- and women wish to keep it
empty, silent, old and alive they must do the
4, R decaying.Just moving and make the
ILT changes.The .
as the ships and
planes that make up the changes are much
hardware part of the Navy more than bigger flight
have changed (most of us decks, faster planes,
P would say for the better), different hair lengths or
so have the people that abandoning the: white hat.
ride and maintain the The changes are an
hardware changed. indication that the Navy,
and the people who
There is no room for comprise it, are not going
stagnation in Today's to be caught with their
Navy. To stand still head in the sand again-
means to die, whether in whether it be lack of
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f .,... ..,, q' ." ., '.' '"' lack of concern for the
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man and woman who
wears the Navy uniform.

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part, regardless of rank,
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each of them to do their
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THA N K S Navy jackstaff flag. bearing the official

You have helped us become Jacksonville'sNUMBER These streamers commemorate
such events as the
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Operations against West Indian
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We are very proud of this achievement and we realize that Trade Patrol (184M861) and
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The first appearance of the
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streamers was at the Alfalfa Club
dinner in Washington, D.C., on
t .and HAPPY BIRTHDAY! January 23, 1971, where Admiral
.. Elmo R.Zumwalt,Chief of Naval
t Operations, delivered the
following dedication message:

"Those heroic and resolutemen
WESTSIDE TOYOTA those intrepid and self-
reliant men who serve their
country by going down to the sea
in ships, have passed down a
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T1 OT "Most of the truly significantevents
comprising the history of
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heroic or full discharge of duty on
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Minority J
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In Navy History I


Jax As we commemorate our 197th birthday, it is flWhy are so many moreji
fitting to reflect on the history and the present status of

race relations and minority
affairs in our Navv.., ;
Navy policy and practice In this the attacking aircraft.: .

area have been, at various times, For his heroic performance of people buyingthan AMC
a prime example of democracy at duty he was awarded the Navy rr
its best and segregation at its Cross. wt ,

worst; but we are now DID YOU KNOW THAT
irrevocably commited to pursuing Mexican American Pharmacist'sMate before?
the role of leadership in the Third Class Charles V. ever
field of equal :
opportunity and
Porras, who served in the U.S.
treatment for every Navymanand Navy during World War II,

women. earned the Navy Cross?

We have relegated the errors of He was attached to the Third

the past to history and we are Battalion, 1st Marine Division,
now devoting our efforts to during action against the tI

establishing the present and Japanese forces at Peleliu in T TCMn'

guaranteeing the future. September.1944.Unfortunately. 't ;

The pride and professionalismwhich his medal had to i
is our hallmark can find no be awarded posthumously.
greater application than in the lie was cited for gallantly

maintenance of harmonious race exposing himself to enemy fire _
relations which makes our Navya time and time again while ren-
stronger, more efficient and dering medical attention to
more effective organization.The wounded men around him. r '
stloel
fr.TTi.i .
following paragraphs tell a
part of the history of our Navy DID YOU KNOW THAT Ensign
that has been too long hidden-or Jesse L. Brown was the U.S.
ignored. Navy's first Black avaiator?
He became a Naval aviator
DID YOU KNOW THAT a slave following flight training at
crew escaped from the harbor Pensacola and here at NAS Jax.

area in Charleston, S.C. duringthe During the Korean Conflict, he
Civil War in a Confederate flew some 20 missions supportingthe
steamer and sailed past five Marines near Chosin
fortresses. The slaves turned the Reservoir.He .
ship and its cargo over to the
was shot down and killed
Union Navy. while flying a close support

The leader, Robert Smalls, was mission and was posthumously d
made Captain of the ship, USS awarded the Distinquished
Planter, until it was decom Flying Cross and the Air Medal.
missioned in 1866. The first ship ever to be named
Smalls was awarded $1,500 for for a Black Naval officer bears
the ship and cargo and after the his name and was launched at the
war was elected to both the South Avondale Shipyards in Louisiana'
Carolina and the U.S. House of on March 18 of this year.
Representatives for four terms.
DID YOU KNOW THAT during
DID YOU KNOW THAT Juneof '
World War II, 18-year old
this the keel laid for
year, was r-ii
Frankie Abasta, a Mexican
the USS Valdez,a new DE named
American from Los Angeles was
.in honor of HM3 Phil Isadore
the last to leave his sinking ship NEW FOR 73
Valdez. following a submarine attack in We care what happensto THE EXTENDED BUYER PROTECTION PUN.Tn .
Petty Officer Valdez, a the Pacific? CM MM M trim MttctM MM cntrm*/1. )1 ur toMitts M 21 111
you after you MIL whcttr*CMK hit m tot nw M cut it toetiti f/Nltil.a.IMMCs M MKktfcM
Mexican-American, was trull IIMrN.MIMMee abate M*t hit*d.gn.11.101 M mom
posthumously awarded the Navy While everyone else was buy car! tM i|. Mt N cmm i.niio dwck phs*itlw UMlictra scMiM nrmto
abandoning ship, Abasta your *Mti rw ur to aer KM bmt TM kst pra to M utnM SHIM
his heroic .
Cross for performanceof Ncj.t1+ n.s
duty while serving in Vietnam. remained at the Captain's side
11M3 Valdez exposed himself to manning a three-inch gun,
keeping the submarine at bay. .
constant enemy fire as he workedto <
aid his wounded comrades.His Not until the C.O. had left did
selfless devotion and valor Abasta think of himself, but the

were in the highest traditions of ship had already completely
the United States Naval Service. capsized. As he tried to put on a
lifejacket, he missed his footing,
DID YOU KNOW THAT as of sliped, fell, and disappeared into
February 1972, there were 111 the sea.
minority midshipmen enrolled at Abasta's heroism kept the
the U.S. Naval Academy, in- submarine from shelling the ship
cluding 83 Black men? and fleeing lifeboats, enablingthe
Some 45 Blacks enrolled this others to escape the sinking
past year, which exceeded the vessell.
total enrollment of the previous
three years combined. For this, Abasta was
posthumously awarded the Silver Gremlin Ta
DID YOU KNOW THAT the
U.s. Navy is the only branch of Star Medal.
DID YOU KNOW THAT the
the Armed Forces whose Chief
first Filipino Navyman to receivethe
has a Special Assistant for Medal of Honor was Fireman nee little

Minority. Affairs Second Class Telesforo Tidad? with yourS I
This position is currently filled He was cited for extraordinary
by LCdr. William S. Norman. In heroism in the line of duty at the
ECONOMY
this assignment, LCdr.. Normanis time of a boiler room explosion 1J
responsible for directing and aboard the USS San Diego on Jan. ,+
coordinating all of the Navy'srace 21, 1915. DON'T FORGET TO SEE THE UNCOM PARABLE. AMBASSADOR..
relations-minority affairs
Fireman Trinidad aided in the r
efforts. rescue of several wounded 'n
DID YOU KNOW THAT the shipmates despite explosions,hot Dossabbo 's -
USS Miller was launched in steam and scalding water,in and
June? around the deck area.
"Doric" Miller was a 2nd class DID YOU KNOW THAT there SOUTHSIDE AMERICAN
messman aboard the battleshipWest are currently more than 1,000 -
Virginia during the attack American Indians serving in the '
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on Pearl Harbor. U.S. Navy GREMLIN HORNET JAVELIN 'MATADOR AMBASSADOR AMXSSralHOIMSt
his mortally
He helped carry
to shelter and Lieutenant Roger C..Bucholz, a I I 1
wounded Captain
then manned an antiaircraftgun. member of the Santee tribe, is ? I 5415 PHI LIPS HWY. 7373400 .
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Although he no
Naval service, .
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NAVYDAY

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mark the 197th year since the enactment of legislation to

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which this nation was founded. Throughout the history of
t'r:' J the United States our Navy has remained ever vigilant.
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t.I :: I remain a marine freedoms passed on to us by former generations of Navymen.
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; honors the day on which the Continental Congress in
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comprising history of the Nationare
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x: Navy -- and thus brought into being the United States highlighted by a heroic

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on the part of the ships,
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October 13 is the 197th anniversary of the U. S.
:::: Navy. Those of us who serve today have inherited a aircraft and men. ..
: proud and honorable tradition from all those who have ?St of the United States Navy. '';

gone before us. They set the standards of victoryand January 23, 1971. :::
excellence that we carry forward. Each of us hasa
duty and obligation to preserve these standards for {
future generations of Navymen.

I ask all persons associated with the Navy to \ I
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memory of our departed shipmates -- and to dedicateour "
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I I ............-..... ..... ....... Allegiance Is recited ((3)) attention

I Old Glory plays a frequent only moderate damage to the palm open, over heart. WOMEN place right
I role in the lives of most military fort. Casualties were consid- ((1)) Flag, if visible, is faced and saluted; if not is hand, palm open, over heart.
members. ered low: four men killed and 24 visible face music and salute; if music
There have been many varie- wounded. recorded face front and salute. ((4))When in athletic clothing face flag or music,
ties of flags in America's early Convinced that the fort could ((2))Salute is rendered at first note of music and remove headdress, and stand at attention.

history, but the most famous of not be taken, the British fleet held until last note. MEN-remove head(5)( ) Salute is rendered when flag is six paces from
them all is remembered every withdrew and the city of Balti- ((3))When in civilian attire: with right hand viewer and held until it has passed six paces
time they play "The Star Span-. more was saved from the fate of dress, hold at left shoulder hand, beyond.his .
gled Banner." Washington, and other Atlantic over heart; without hats, place right

From childhood, Americans coastal cities-one of the few emotions. On the day fol- Henry was designated a na- Henry. She was paid $405.90 for
sing* the impressions of the bright moments during the War lowing his return to Baltimore, tional monument and historic her services in making the flagon
young Maryland lawyer who of 1812. 18 1813.
his widely shrine.In August ,
of were
watched bombs burst around the During the seige of the fort, copies through poem the city. Soon
big flag. It is ironic that the a young attorney by the name circulated
melody comes from the very of Francis Scott.Key, who had the poem was set to the musicof the vicinty of the Fort is Her flag remains, now in the
nation that opposed us in the come to Baltimore to secure the an English song", "To Anac- the Mary Pickersgill House. It Smithsonian; her receipt to au-
War of 1812. release of a friend from the crean in Heaven. The new was in this corner row house, thenticate it is still in existence;
British, witnessed the attack American version," "The Star her home for 50 years, that and the house in which the flag
Poetry and War from the decks of a United Spangled Banner, eventually Mary Pickersgill made the Star was made stands as a national
became our national anthem in Banner-the 15-star, shrine.
States truce ship anchored in Spangled
It was on September 13, 1814
1931. There is, incidentally, no
the river. During the long night 15-stripe flag that flew over
that a victorious British fleet authorized version of it to date.
fresh from the burning of Wash- when he could no longer see the Fort McHenry. Unlike the An 1812 War Military Mu-
; ington anchored just below Fort flag he knew that the fort still Francis Scott Key's grave in Betsy Ross legend, there is a seum, one of the few in the
stood the British nearby Frederick, Maryland, is mountain of evidence that Mary
V McHenry, two miles from the so long-as con- country, dedicated to the war
one of the few spots in the na- made this historic flag.
city of Baltimore.At tinued to fire on it. With the
that would like
many to forget,
tion where the national flag is
of
coming dawn he still saw the
dawn the 16 warships flag the authorized to be flown 24 hoursa was erected next to the Flag
waving
\ moved in and began heavy bom fort. defiantly over day. General John S. Striker and House in 1953. Exhibited hereis
bardment. During the next 25 Commodore Joshua Barney paida the receipt that Mary Pickers-
hours, between 1,500 and 1,800 Shortly afterward, even After serving various func- visit to Mary Pickersgill some- gill received for her flag as wellas
bombs, rockets and shells were before the British fleet had left, tions throughout the years after time in 1813 to commission her military relics of the War of
fired by the. British, inflicting Key began to set down on paper its moment of glory, Fort Mc to make a flag for Fort Mc- 1812.
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JAX AIR( NEWS-LATWINGER .. .. .. .. ... ..... PAGE 5Aviation's
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left no avenue of aircraft em
\ Role: ployment unexplored.In .

developing this new military r! '. I

system, the Navy has also been
: ably assisted by the aircraft
rTJI, industry, whose engineers early
demonstrated the drive, terracityand '
creativeness that made the 'T
United States one of the leadersin
world aviation. At the begin-
'r s. ning, naval planners foresaw
needs for fighters, dive bombers, I-j
torpedo planes and scouting
aircraft.All .

,/ +" but the last had to be
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maneuverable. Consequently,
they were only able to fly short
HoQ distances without refueling.
Since these aircraft operated
from land bases, they had limited
a r value for wide ocean reaches
t n where the Navy wanted to roam,

as well as the faraway locations A look at the past..The FF.1, Grumann's first production aircraftwas
where conflicts might occur the Navy's first Grumann and the world's first production fighter

with retractable landing gear. Twenty-seven FF-ls were produced at
It was soon obvious to air
The A7.E Corsair Ills the primary aircraft flown from Naval Air pioneers that naval aviation Farmingdale, Long Island and delivered between April 24 and
Station Cecil Field. This light attack aircraft of today carries a pay could realize its full potential November 1, 1933, to fighter squadron SB (VF-SB) at NAS North

Lad of 18,500 pounds at speeds of 600 MPH,plus. The A7.E's weaponry only if incorporated aboard a shipof Island, California. Fighting Five, the original "Red Rippers"
includes Conventional, Nuclear, and air to air missiles. The primary some kind.Despite squadron, operated the FF-1 from North Island and aboard the U.S.S.
mission of the Navy's A7.E is long range attack missions. The its tremendous ad. Lexington from 1933 through 1935. During 1936 these aircraft were
withdrawn from service for conversion to FF 2's and assignment to
capabilities are a far cry from what early aviation could offer. vantages, a seabased system -
Naval Reserve stations. Records indicate that 25 of the production
Cecil -Undoubtly, the airplanewas planted it in some missions, Its presented formidable obstacles.The aircraft were available for conversion after three years of fleet serviced
one of the greatest future seems assured for some solution to these problems I
forth the combination
developments of naval warfare.It years to come. brought
land based, sea based system
introduced the third dimensionof
Pound for pound, a'naval that the U. S. Navy has today. work, determination and
what had
to
air space aircraft is the most expensive With great dedication, a small Imagination, there are about as
heretofore been a simple problemof weapon in the nation's arsenal, so band of aviators, barely toleratedby many different designs of aircraft ,J
using the world's waters, both their brother officers duringthe
the aircraft system remains as surface ships.' Each is
at and beneath the surface.A under constant scrutiny by cost early years, stuck to their designed for some special l
second cousin in the inventory analysts of the Defense Depart task of working out the mission requirements such as

of naval weapons, in its ment. To survive this surveillance techniques of naval aviation.In precision bombing, interception, ,g + 1:
infancy, the airplane rose to a naval aviation has to '
photographic reconnaissance or ,
retrospect, It is clear that I
peak during World War II and be able to perform some military their determination and transport. i{
has enjoyed eminence in the missions better than other
pre any imaginative theories saved the The mainstays of naval
Navy for almost 30 years now. It force. Navy during World War II and, aviation the fighter and attack
made the battleship obsolete and Throughout the history of naval through changes during the aircraft, patrol aircraft antisubmarine 'r
revolutionized naval tactics. aviation, the flying professionhas years, made naval aviation whatit planes and ik i
Although other military attracted many inquisitiveand is today. A true peace through helicopters again show the U. S.
systems compete with naval intelligent naval officers. strength on the sea and in the air. Navy's great strength in
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I; More Than ;Ships AtSeaMuchMoreI: -: \ I


''"., Jax What's the Navy?
According to the slogan making the rounds these days, I

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The Navy is the men and body or mind Our Navy'slife
I, women who serve in it.: depends on mobilityand
4 : J Without them, the Navy is change and if its men
4 just the "mothball fleet"- and women wish to keep it
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... empty, silent, old and alive they must do the
decaying.Just moving and make the
changes.The .
as the ships and
\' planes that make up the changes are much
hardware part of the Navy more than bigger flight
have changed (most of us decks, faster planes,
would say for the better), different hair lengths or
so have the people that abandoning the: white hat.
ride and maintain the The changes are an
hardware changed. indication that the Navy,
and the people who
There is no room for comprise it, are not goingto
stagnation in Today's be 'caught with their
Navy. To stand still head in the sand again-
means to die, whether in whether it be lack of

military preparedness or
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wears the Navy uniform.

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the best way to get
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let each person know he is
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should be carried out
EVERY day of the year-
by EVERYBODY.

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streamers are authorized by the
Secretary of the Navy to fly froma
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I lift I lfOa! You have helped us become Jacksonville's These streamers commemorate

such events as the

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Thanks again !! ft Navy flag bearing battle
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WESTSIDE TOYOTA men, those intrepid and self-
reliant men who serve their
country by going down to the sea
in ships, have passed down a
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Minority GroupsIn )I'J'.

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As we commemorate our 197th birthday, it is flWhIiomanViori. 'i.

fitting to reflect on the history and the present status of

race relations and minority affairs in our Navv. ;

Navy policy and practice In this the attacking aircraft.
area have been, at various times, For his heroic performance of \
a prime example of democracy at duty he was awarded the Navy I
its best and segregation at its Cross. f.

worst; but we are now DID YOU KNOW THAT ;J
irrevocably commited to pursuing Mexican American Pharmacist'sMate
the role of leadership in the Third Class Charles V. 4

field of equal opportunity and Porras, who served in the U.S.
treatment for every Navyman
Navy during World War II,
and
women.
earned the Navy Cross?

We have relegated the errors of He was attached to the Third
the past to history and we are Battalion, 1st Marine Division,
now devoting our efforts to during action against the
establishing the present and Japanese forces at Peleliu in
guaranteeing the future. September.1944.Unfortunately. Y i

The pride and professionalismwhich his medal had to
is our hallmark can find no be awarded posthumously.He .
greater application than in the was cited for gallantly
maintenance of harmonious race exposing himself to enemy fire
relations which makes our Navya time and time again while ren-
stronger, more efficient and dering medical attention to
more effective organization.The wounded men around him. ua rrlI'
following paragraphs tell a
part of the history of our Navy DID YOU KNOW THAT Ensign
that has been too long hidden-or Jesse L. Brown was the U.S.
ignored. Navy's first Black avaiator?
He became a Naval aviator
DID YOU KNOW THAT a slave following flight training at
crew escaped from the harbor Pensacola and here at NAS Jax.
area in Charleston, S.C. duringthe During the Korean Conflict, he
Civil War in a Confederate flew some 20 missions supportingthe

steamer and sailed past five Marines near Chosin a I
fortresses. The slaves turned the Reservoir.He .
ship and its cargo over to the
was shot down and killed
Union Navy. while flying a close support

The leader, Robert Smalls,was mission and was posthumously r
made Captain of the ship, USS awarded the Distinquished
Planter, until it was decom- Flying Cross and the Air Medal.
missioned in 1866. The first ship ever to be named
Smalls was awarded $1,500 for for a Black Naval officer bears
the ship and cargo and after the his name and was launched at the
war was elected to both the South Avondale Shipyards in Louisiana'
Carolina and the U.S. House of on March 18 of this year.
Representatives for four terms. ;
DID YOU KNOW THAT during
DID YOU KNOW THAT in Juneof '
World War II, 18-year old
this year, the keel was laid for _
Frankie Abasta, a Mexican
the USS Valdez,a new DE namedin
American from Los Angeles was
.
honor of HM3 Phil Isadore
the last to leave his sinking ship NEW FOR 73 :.
Valdez. following a submarine attack in We care what happens THE EXTENDED BUYER PROTECTION PUN.TNCNWMltlltlqWNtKtlNnNH .
Petty Officer Valdez, a the Pacific? KIIMM I)Uf tt M Mitt*24.101win.
to you after youbuy.yourcar .vtwkrar mm hit ft tot aw M nit il tact*)riprri iMtHHct it anKttfcM
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posthumously awarded the Navy While everyone else was MNSSM CUM Simctt.til*Ht CM* bl 4 Itka MlKt> KfefcM NfMttH
abandoning ship, Abasta m MtM fw u to iM J4 Mrt/M III Hk kMl tte kit trig to DM utnM trip
Cross for his heroic performanceof Mkl S111.s .
duty while serving in Vietnam. remained at the Captain's side
HM3 Valdez exposed himself to manning a three-inch gun,
keeping the submarine at bay.
constant enemy fire as he workedto
aid his wounded comrades.His Not until the C.O had left did
selfless devotion and valor Abasta think of himself, but the

were in the highest traditions of ship had already completely
the United States Naval Service. capsized. As he tried to put on a "'
lifejacket, he missed his footing,
DID YOU KNOW THAT as of sliped, fell, and disappeared into
February 1972, there were 111 the sea. 1r.
minority midshipmen enrolled at Abasta's heroism kept the Ci
the U.S. Naval Academy, including submarine from shelling the ship
83 Black men? and fleeing lifeboats, enablingthe
Some 45 Blacks enrolled this others to escape the sinking
past year, which exceeded the vessell.
total enrollment of the previous
three years combined.DID For this, Abasta was
the posthumously awarded the Silver Gremlin V
YOU KNOW THAT 1 i/
Star Medal.
U.S. Navy is the only branch of
DID YOU KNOW THAT the
the Armed Forces whose Chief 1

has a Special Assistant for first the Medal Filipino of Honor Navyman was to Fireman receive. ave a little
Affairs? I
Minority. with
Second Class Telesforc Tidad? yourECONOMY1
This position is currently filled He was cited for extraordinary
by LCdr. William S. Norman. In heroism in the line of duty at the i
this assignment, LCdr. Normanis time of a boiler room explosion J-'
responsible for directing and aboard the USS San Diego on Jan. I \
coordinating all of the Navy'srace 21, 1915. DON'T FORGET TO SEE THE UNCOMPAR ABLE. AMBASSADOR.. ,
relations-minority affairs
Fireman Trinidad aided in the
efforts. rescue of several wounded WmSOUTHSIDE .
DID YOU KNOW THAT the shipmates despite explosions,hot Dossabhov's = = ,
USS Miller was launched in steam and scalding water hi and

June? around the deck area.
"Doric" Miller was a 2nd class THAT there
DID YOU KNOW 1 I AMERICAN z
messman aboard the battleshipWest are currently more than 1,000
Virginia during the attack American Indians serving in the

on.Pearl Harbor. his mortally, U.S. Navy GREMLIN HORNET lAVElIN MATADOR AMBASSADOR, AMXotMSt M1
He helped carry
shelter and Lieutenant Roger C.Bucholz, a ,
wounded Captain to It 1
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' 2995' he is a vital member of the team.
;J' 3795 0 The Navy has several programs to help make life more enjoyablefor

the individual,to restore the "fun and zest"of Navy life.!herJ' are

recreational programs; ample opportunity for promotion; liberalizedswap
policies; realistic grooming and uniform policies; legal
72 BUICK SKYLARK 2dr., if FORD TORINO G.T. assistance and financial advice at no cost; liaison offices to deal with
H.T., air & power. 4 to FASTBACK Burgandy with personal
problems; Family Service Centers; command wife and
choose from. OOO/O burgandy bucket seats.
Loaded and extra nice. minority affairs groups. The list goes on and on.
3495

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disaster strikes. The Navyman has the resources of the Navy Relief

Society, the Navy Federal Credit Union, the American Red Cross,plus
/ 72 PONTIAC LEMANS U / liberalized emergency leave opportunities and chances for
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I R 1 continuing education. The USAFI Program offers over 6,000 courses-
349500 199500 ,The Navy Tuition! Aid program pays UP to 75 percent of a student's
tuition while he attends classes part-time at a civilian college or
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The Navy has two main programs to assist the enlisted man on
71 CHEVROLET COR. N obtaining this "door opened"* to
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c. 269500p6ic1 civilian program whereby eligible persons can obtain treatment at
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of the Navy in -
jax -The story military installation in this
Jacksonville began in 1935 when continued in 1938 when a special area Navy to establish bases in the million in what was then intendedas Air Station in the post-war period
interest in military aviation in board, authorized by Congress, area, voted a $1,100,000 bond a training base for Navy pilots. came in November 1948, with the
this area led to an investigationby visited Jacksonville as part of issue to buy the area known as Congress passed authorizationfor change of the mission to that of
the Aviation Committee of the tour through the Southeast in a Black Point and gave it intact to the spending of$68 million for support of Fleet aviation units.
the
Jacksonville.Area Chamber of search of possible locations to Navy. the air station, which was With this came the establishmentof
Commerce.This build a Navy aviation complex. Thus,NAS Jax became the only commissioned on Oct. 15, 1940 Commander Fleet Air,
committee investigatedthe After viewing proposed sites, military installation in the nation with Capt. C.P. Mason (later Jacksonville, with RAdm. Calvin
possibility of securing an including one at Miami, the board citizens.In established. by direct gift of local admiral) as its first skipper. Durgin as the first com
Army Air Corps Base here, but recommended that a site at Almost immediately after its mander. Today the mission of
the Army was interested in the Jacksonville be chosen. in 1940, with war being waged commissioning, the first aviation NAS Jax is to maintain and .
Tampa Bay Area. The following year Duval Europe and America's cadets began their training. operate facilities and provide
The campaign to commission a County citizens, anxious for the inevitable the eventual involvement, Following the United States' services and material support to
.. -. government invested $15 entry into World War II, the air aviation activities and units of
\1$ i", ...' station became more importantthan the Navy's operating forces and
tii \,it.IrIA", <" ':' ever as a training base. for other activities and units as
rLo W'C"' ,i.''." ,ttt; ). :'Ooeol'. ;.." ""., ..'., /,,,, The station's population designated by the Chief of Naval
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t': '",' .)"i'.ft'V..I. If', '." '" \.'",I W4k >'' 11,000 pilots and 10,000 air' "service and support."
1'.t'of.', ,. 'i<}' crewmen had undergone primaryand NAS Jax is a major supply
')'..:t}, :';::0 operational training here to point, providing logistic support
(; y ;;:. earn their wings. to Navy and other government 9
.' \ Jtl With the increase in demandson activities in Florida and portionsof
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k i.t' massive buildup program was Aircraft carriers, destroyers,
r>. carried out. By 1945, over 700 and other Fleet ships operatingout
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buildings had been built here, of Mayport are supplied fuel,
i where pine trees and the remnants food,spare parts, and equipment
of Camp Johnson, the old for normal requirements, and in
Army training post, had stood addition, for deployment tours to
only five years earlier. locations throughout the world.
The Naval Air Technical NAS Jax operates one of the
Training Center here taught busiest airports in the nation and
thousands of civilians in uniform is a port of entry into the United
how to handle the complicated States.

instruments of war before sending Occupying 3,400 acres, NAS
x them on to join forces Jax is the hub of the vast naval
engaged with Axis forces in the complex in Northeast Florida
Atlantic and Pacific. and it remains as vital to

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God, puts you in a uniform,

and as immediately one of her own.acceptsyou for 197 years of proud service

You are not only part ofthe

Navy.Navy-you are the ...and we are proud of our service to you during the past years.

the Normandy Atlantic Bank offers the very latest and
modem Navy
What makes you so Like our .
important most modern techniques and facilities. These modern banking services, com-
? Because tradition of growth assure of the finest in
you're good looking? bined with the Atlantic Bank's long you i

Because you have pull or fast, Full Service Banking convenience.We .

influence? Because you cordially invite you to join your many shipmates who have shipped-over to ;
were the star halfback at complete and friendly banking is the watchword.
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"Day is done, gone the sun, from the lakes, from the hill, from the sky,

all is well, safely rest".... < Navy Day Prayer

The haunting refrain of "Taps" echoes across our land today, as it has .

throughout our Navy's history, for Navymen who made the supreme sacrifice !
Jax 0 Eternal God, Creator of the Universe and ,
that we and our loved ones might live in freedom.
Nations Most beseech
Governor of the : heartily we thee
We will not forget the Prisoners of War. with Thy favor to behold and bless Thy servant, the !

We will not forget those Missing in Action. President of the United States, and all the officers of our
We will not forget 20 sailors on the Newport News.
} Government, and so replenish them with the grace of
We will not forget the crew of the Thresher, or any of the other hundreds of
Thy Holy Spirit that they may always incline to Thy.will
proud ships that are gone forever. and walk in Thy way Bless the governors of the several

And we will.not forget the men who are being shot at, and possibly dying, as states, and all who,are in authority over us; give them

you read these words.If Grace to execute justice and maintain truth that peace

we don't remember them, nobody will. a J.. and happiness, ,religion and piety,. may be established r

among us for all generations.May .

the ships of our Navy be guarded by Thy gracious

Providence and care. May they not bear the sword in

vain, but as the minister of God be a terror to those who

do evil and a defense to those who do well. p,

Graciously bless the officers and men in our Navy. F

NEW '72 VW May love of country be engraven on their hearts and

," may their adventurous spirits an<* severe toilr be duly :'

appreciated by a grateful nation; may their lives be

i iy precious in Thy sight, and if ever our ships should be ,

engaged in battle, grant that their struggles may be "'

under an enforced.necessity for the defense of what is

right.. .
Bless all nations and kindreds on the face of the earth

$67.97 per mo. and hasten the time when the principles of holy religion

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