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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1972
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Credit Union WeekJax


This week has been declared Credit Union Week by RAdm. Mt1 W _, fr
, Lawrence R Geis, COMFAIRJAX. !..

In a proclamation signed Monday, RAdm. Geis urged personnel at
NAS Jax and Cecil Field to give "fitting recognition., to the many f '
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benefits brought to them through credit unions. d y

RAdm.,Geis,also proclaimed October as Inter ationa! Credit Union r ,"
Month at NAS Jax and Cecil Field as tribute to the many benefits
brought to men of all nations"through credit unions".

The proclamation cited credit unions for "enabling individuals who
serye in the same branch of the Armed Forces, live in the same
community, work in the same industry or worship in the same churchto '
pool their savings and provide their own source of low-cost con _;A
. sumer credit".

i- "Credit unions not only promote the economic security of their
;. members," the proclamation states, "but alsostrengthendemocracy,
promote consumer education,encourage individual responsibility and
the practice of true brotherhood."
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.r. members, representing a significant percentage of the Jacksonville
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MAKING IT OFFICIAL RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, COMFAIRJAX, signs the proclamation
f There are more'than 40 million credit union members throughoutthe declaring this week Credit Union Week. Watching the signing are Rod D. Pinney (Left),Jax Navy
United States and in over 80 free world countries. Federal Credit Union President and Don Athearn, General Manager the Credit Union.

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fc... i 29 Commands Top CFC Goal ;

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.ii: ,.., Drive Moves Into Final Week
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*>! reporting they have met or exceeded their suggested Combined Federal Cam- "

paign goals in the first five weeks of the six-week project, a drive spokesman said
Tuesday.
Ai) i ir 'r f Ninety-seven military commands reached or beat their goals in the Hurricane Hunters of VW-4,
I k "I I are participating in the fourth week.Matching. Naval Air Maintenance Training
: s campaign, which ends Sunday or topping their Detachment,Marine Air Reserve
Latest NAS Jacksonville suggested goals earlier in the Training Detachment and Naval
f & ;, commands to match or top 100 drive were Fleet Weather Air Technical Training Center.
.- percent of their' recommendedgoal Facility, Defense Manning and And, Commander Fleet Air
are the Naval Investigative Hydrographic Agency Center, Jacksonville staff, Patrol
Service Patrol Squadron 16 and Regional Office of Civilian Squadron 45, Patrol Squadron 56,
w- the Naval Air Rework Facility., Manpower Regional .679th Air Force Radar Squadron,
Management Office, Attack NAS Jacksonville and Reserve
Fleet Intelligence Center Squadron 203 and District
LITTLE HANDS, BIG JOB Kellie Springer. daughter of Cdr. D.F. ]Europe, Patrol Squadron 24, Printing and Publications.Also Carrier Topping_Air the Wing campaign 20. as it
Springer, Navy Exchange Officer, cuts the ribbon to re-open the Patrol Squadron 5, the Fleet Marine Barracks, Fleet headed into its final week
Mainside Theater with a boost from LCdr. R.J. Fitzsimmons,.Special Aviation Special Operational Air Wing 11 staff, Marine Monday was the Naval Ordnance
Services Officer. Watching Kellie's big moment are Cdr. and Mrs. Training Group Detachment, Aviation Support Training Systems Supply Office of
Springer, the rest of the Springer family, and other theater patrons. Naval Drug RehabilitationCenter Group, Disease Vector and Mayport with 450 percent of .its
and Defense Surolus Sales Ecology Control Center, The suggested goal.
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Second and third best con-
Is Your '_n tributors percentage-wise are the
Department Naval Reserve Officers'Training
Corps unit at Jacksonville

The EffortJax a I Marine University with Barracks 375 percent, NAS and
Helping
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Y Next are Attack Squadron 81
from Cecil Field the Cecil Field
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President Nixon has designated the week of Oct. 1 detachment of Composite

14-20 Drug' Abuse Prevention Week. .1\ scu aa Squadron 2; Navy-Marine Corps
,During this week Departments aboard NAS Jax Reserve Training Center, \
should assess their drug' abuse prevention program. Jacksonville; Attack Squadron 37
from Cecil Field and FAW-11
Is the Drug Exemption Representative the right man staff.

for the job? Fourteen Cecil Field Units are
What rapport does he have with the CARE Center? at, or over, 100 percent, with
Are you utilizing the drug education training available Attack Squadrons :37 and 72 r
it in the fifth
making week.
COMFAIRJAX Awareness Team?
through the Drug .
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The USS Salina joined the
The CARE Center is most interested in working with' Naval Ordnance Systems Supply !,

you to make the Navy's efforts to prevent drug abuse, KEEPING UP WITH THE TIMES, NATTC's completely new displayfor Office in going over the 100
and to rehabilitate members identified as drug abusers, the Greater Jacksonville Fair presents its theme "A Day in the percent contribution mark according -
to their fifth
week
worthwhile. Life of a NATTC Student"with modernistic flair. NATTC's approach
t! For more information on the CARE Center, turn to demonstrates the modern technique of learning expected by, today's Naval reports Station, giving 13 the commands. Mayport at ;
; page 11. youth. that plateau. ..
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I ; h BREAKFAST, Hominy Grits Chilled, Fried GrapefruitJuice Eggs to Ground Bacon or Beef Luncheon, Hashed Meat, Creamed Brown Salad Cheese Bar Sandwiches, Relish Tray, Potato, Dessert Chips Bar.,
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; iiim: ; ,; : : I.llll"r"11 ilt Order Dried Ham,Beef Griddle or, Pork pastry Cakes Sausage Bar.w.Syrup., Creamed Choiceof Potatoes DINNER, Pastry: Vegetable Bar. Soup, Country SUPPER Turkey Pot Pie or Sim.

mered Corned Beef, French Fried
Chicken, Creamed ,
Style
BRUNCH: Creole Soup, Salisbury Gravy
Steak, French Fried Potatoes, Salad Whipped Potatoes, Bread Dressing, Potatoes, Simmered Pinto Beans,
Friday,Oct.20 Buttered Green Beans, Salad Bar, Buttered Greens.Salad Bar, Easy
Bar, Lemon Layer Cake, Pineapple 'Cranberry Sauce, Buttered Corn,
Apple Brownie Cookies. Chocolate Cake, Jelly Layer Cake.
Pudding. Seasoned Broccoli, Salad Bar, Jelly
.BREAKFAST Chilled Apple Juice, Layer Cake, Chocolate Pudding.
SUPPER Roast Pork Loin, Brown
Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Order, Saturday,Oct.21
Gravy, Applesauce, Snowflaked
French Toast Syrup, Choice of Hamor BREAKFAST : Chilled Orange
Potatoes, Hot Spiced Beets, Buttered SANDWICH LINE : Submarine
Pork Sausage, Corned Beef Hash, Juice, Hot Oatmeal, Fried Eggs to Sandwiches,
Green Beans Salad Bar, Chocolate Potato Chips, Sliced
Hard or Soft Cooked Eggs, PastryBar. Order, Griddle Cakes, Choice of Tomato, ,
Onions
Krinkle Cookies Pineapple Pudding. Lettuce Leaves,
Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Syrup. Monday,Oct.23 Catsup, Mustard, Salad Dressing,
DINNER: Oyster Stew, Fried Fish Hashed Brown Potatoes, Pastry Bar., BREAKFAST: Chilled Pineapple Dessert Bar.SUPPER rn w
Sticks or El Rancho Stew, Baked BRUNCH: at 10 a.m. Cream Potato
Juice, Hot Oatmeal,
Fried Eggs to
Macaroni w-Cheese, Tartar Sauce, Soup, Fried Ham Steaks, French
: Baked Virginia Ham,
Order, Griddle Cakes w Syrup, Choiceof
Buttered Asparagus, Seasoned Fried Potatoes, Salad Bar, CherryPie Bacon or Luncheon Meat, Minced Pineapple Sauce, Baked Macaroni w- FElliEE
Carrots, Salad Bar, Marble Cake, Sugar Cookies. Beef on Toast, Home Fried Potatoes, Cheese, Boiled Cabbage and Carrots, .'
Lime Jello.SANDWICH. SUPPER: Southern Fried Chicken, Pastry Bar.DINNER Buttered Peas, Salad Bar, Apple Pie, NAVAL AIR STATIONPROTESTANT
LINE: Chili Dogs, Cream Gravy, Whipped Potatoes, Cherry Jello.
: Cream of Tomato Soup,
Potato Chips, Salad Bar, Chopped Cornbread Dressing, Cranberry
Roast Beef Au Jus, Snowflaked
Onions, Dessert Bar. Sauce, Buttered Greens, Simmered Potatoes, Brown Gravy, Buttered Thursday,Oct.24 Sunday
SUPPER: Italian Spaghetti w-Meat Navy Beans, Salad Bar, Sugar Carrots, Seasoned Mixed Vegetables BREAKFAST: Chilled Apple Juice,
Balls. Parmesan Cheese, Pizza Pies, Cookies, Lime Jello. Salad Bar, Coconut Cream Pie,; Cooked Farina, Fried Eggs to Order, Divine Worship 8:30: a.m. \
Cherry Jello.SANDWICFI.LINE. French Toast w-Syrup, Choice of Hamor at All Saints Chapel ,\
Pork Sausage, Corned Beef Hash,
: Sloppy Joes on Church School 9:30: a.m.
Hamburger Buns, French Fried Hard Cooked Eggs, Pastry Bar. Divine Worship n a.m. at

Potatoes, Salad Bar,. Relish Tray, DINNER All Saints Chapel.
a.AX AIR NEWS : Mulligatawny Soup
Dessert Bar.SUPPER Junior Youth Fellowship
Fried Shrimp or Baked Veal Loaf,
: Grilled Hamburgers or Tomato Gravy, 'Seafood Cocktail 12:30 p.m. Senior Youth
Sweet Sour Pork, Steamed Rice, Au Fellowship 1:30: p.m.
Sauce,
Buttered ,
Parsley Potatoes
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Gratin Cauliflower, Buttered Green
7:30
Seasoned Mixed Vegetables, Hot Evening Worship
:Distributed each Thursday art{ the U. S. Naval Air Station, PeasTSafad Bar' Coconut Cr am; e* Spiced Beets, Salad Bar,.Jelly Layer ip.m. at therSmall Chapel.
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt, Publishing Conipany, a Angel FoOl.Cakl!, I Cake, Chocolate Pudding..
private'firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR NEWS Tuesday>: ,Oct.24 Tuesday I

must be'forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS BREAKFAST Chilled Tomato Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Juice, Hominy Grits, Fried Eggs to Human. Goals is .. .i v. p.m. at Rldg. 750 and
Jacksonville by 12:00 noon on Monday before publication. News Order, French Toast w.Syrup, Choiceof r .r-----=- Christian Science Service 8
items are welcomed from all sources. Telephone 772.3118 or' Ham or Pork Sausage, Cheese p.m. at the Small Chapel.

3119. Omelet, Baked Pork and Beans. o ec- NAVAL HOSPITAL
Pastry Bar. () 10 a.m. at t
Divine Worship
"Everything advertised in this publication must be made DINNERi: Baked 'Stuffed Pork ,St. Lukes. ,
Chops,' Chicken Gumbo ,
available purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, Soup NATTC
Gravy, .Candled Sweet Potatoes,
creed color, national origin 'or sex of the purchaser, user, or Chilled Applesauce, Creole Squash, Protestant Worship
patron. A confirmed violation or rejection of this policy of equal Seasoned Lima Beans, Salad Bar, Service, 10:30: a.m. in
opportunities by an advertiser will result in the refusal to print Chocolate Cream Pic, Strawberry 1 Building 500.

advertising from that source." Jello.
SANDWICH LINE: Grilled Hamburgers C THOLICSaturday
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or Cheeseburgt-ri, Potato
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Chips, Sliced Tomato<< Onions, Mass 5' p.m. at .
concerning such should be directed to: Lettuce Leaves tiM Pickles, St. Edward' Chapel.Sunday .
Mass I '.m and 11
Mustard, Catsup, Salad Dressing. a.m. Daily Mass-Monday.-
THE PUBLISHING COMPANY SUPPER: Italian Spnghotti w Meat :: Tuesday. Thursday and

4747 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla., 32210 Sauce, Baked Lasagna Garlic Bread, Friday :30 a.m. Wedn .
Pizza, Parmesan Chmso, Seasoned T :2 *day Mass 11:30: a.m. attn
Telephone 388.2755 Mixed Vegetables, !,:tad' Bar, Angel ,Naval Hospital Chapel.

Food Cake, Chocol"ti- Cream-Pie. Saturday Confessions 4:15:
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Sailors, God Voting ,


Love ThemJax

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Somewhere in the insecure void between -

childhood and manhood, we find a fascinating glob of r \ I't you mail your Federal -

humanity known as SAILORS. Post Card Application

They can be found aboard ship, at shore stations, in (FPCA) for an absentee ballot

bars, in heads, on leave, on liberty, in love and ALWAYSin t \ from the vicinity of Zanzibar to
debt. Zanesville, 0., from Greenlandto
Galveston, Tex., or from Sal
Girls love them, civilians tolerate them and the U S. Kon to Sarasota, Fla., be sure

Government supports them.A to mail it in time to get your

true SAILOR bears tattooed arms, a deck of cards, -! A1 ballot, vote it, and return it to

sunglasses, a camera, a portable radio and the latest r rl rly meet your State's deadline.
There's one clear advantage
copy of PLAYBOY. ,
/ Y'A you'll have in using the FPCA
He has the energy of a slug, the speed of a turtle, the or in returning your absentee

slyness of a fox, the brains of an idiot and the sincerityof JI1 ballot to your local election offi
a liar. TOPS AT NATTC- SSgt. Charles W. Gilmore, Jr. receives I NATTC cial-and that's the postage-

His wants are usually indecent, immoral,. fattening or plaque from Capt. William Carrier NATTC: skipper, for being named free, airlift or airmail service

against Naval Regulations. NATTC's Serviceman of the Quarter. Watching the presentation is accorded voted ballot.the FPCA and the

He dislikes answering letters, wearing uniforms, his'I SSgt. Gilmore's wife, Cheryl. Transit time for airmail takes

superior officers, Navy chow and alarm clocks. approximately 5.7 days for delivery -
Only a SAILOR can cram into one jumper pocket: a SSgt. Gilmore Named to any point In the States

little black book, cigarettes, a pack of gum, his girl's from any land-based unit over.

picture, a comb, a church key, a light duty chit and the Top NATTC SailorJax seas, Service postal officials have
little that is left of his last month's pay. pointed out. If you're aboard
ship, airmail may take a mini.
He enjoys spending his money on girls, poker, women, -Staff Sergeant Charles W. Gilmore, Jr., a nativeof mum'of 5.7 days to get back

booze, broads, comic books, dames, games and the rest Unadilla, N.Y., has been selected NATTC's Ser- home. To ensure that your bal
of it foolishly. viceman of the Quarter for the period of Oct. 1 to Dec. 31. lot beats the deadline, allow 10

A SAILOR is truly an individual. You can lock him out SSgt. Gilmore has been revised lesson on Aircraft Wiring days' transit time in mailing it

of your home, but never out of your heart. You can assigned to the AE"A" School as and Repair Practices which was if you're at sea or in an isolated

scratch him off your mailing list, but never off your an instructor for the past two approved for inclusion in the outpost. .
While the majority of States:
years, both in the Aviation curriculum.SSgt. .
mind.If Fundamentals phase and the Gilmore is a member of require your voted ballot to
you happen to have a SAILOR as a son, a brother or Aircraft Line Maintenance the Rebinett-Shady Hills Civic reach election officials before the

a loved one, you might as well give up... he is your one phase. Association, contributing many polls close on election day-

and only, your away from home lover, your liberty During the short time he has off-duty hours to community Oklahoma and Pennsylvania require
absentee voted ballots to
minded, good for nothing bundle of wrongs. been assigned to the Aircraft relations.As ,
Nov. 3
reach officials by 5 p.m, ,
Line Maintenance phase he has Serviceman of the Quarter,
But all shattered dreams of what he "might havebeenu
your Ha-
1972. At the other extreme,
used his knowledge of aircraft SSgt.Gilmore received a letter of
are very insignificant when your SAILOR docks, electrical systems to improve the commendation,a NATTC plaque, wail requires that a ballot return -
runs down the gangway, wraps his card playing, dice troubleshooting capabilities and a certificate for a free meal at the envelope be postmarked no
shooting arms around you and looks at, you through material condition of the aircraft Candlelight Restaurant, a USO later than Nov. 6 and that it

those beady bloodshot eyes and says, "Boy, it's good to used for training.He trip to St. Augustine and a car must Nov. 13.reach, officials by noon,
be home"! also prepared a completely sticker for special parking.

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therefore gaining $8,000 in VRB and reenlistment bonus. AE2 J. D. Waggner and AQ2 J. N. Lewis both from VA-66 reup for 5 This puts Dial over the 10 year
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VIOLATIONSI I 'L'iIr! '" Mr. President, I hope I Ralph haven't J. MalphursDear disturbed you ".,

Jax -The following is a reportof By ringing on your line, .. ''

motor vehicle accidents and tJa\\ .. But I've got to talk to you.air, ',." :;'I:'
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traffic violations for the period of That Is, If you don't mind. i!*,'iof., '"

Oct. 2-8. 1' You see, sir, my daddy i Is a soldier, ")

Number of Accidents II'i! Fighting In some foreign land '
This period 8 \ ;t I don't know where he's at right now, ,

This period a year ago 5 But mommie says, "It's Vietnam." >
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Total accidents this year 303 ) Mommie says he's a prisoner of war ;:
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Total accidents through this I And that we might never see him again,
period last year 267 f t.( i But that don't stop us from praying for him, sir, "' .:.' I'
Total number of days since last i!..., :;:'.w want
Because, Mr. President, we daddy home safe again. .
injury in a motor vehicle ac cident -.,'. "
10 7Z .$} Mommie says his plane was shot down .
a'Ji And It crashed In some ole rice paddy.
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Number of days since an injury !Joo"I"V'.:.'., A
last year at this time 107 I ,... 0 She says, the Viet Cong captured him, '',
Number of Violations > "".!.AO,. ...". "..:... :"iI But Mr President, can't you do something about my Daddy. ': '

This period 89 ). ;.li- ,.;'.1 Can't you stop this ole war, sir "'"'\"' .
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Speeding 13 r.. Il; And maybe bring my daddy home? '

Reckless driving 1 .:. (;r.; You see Mr. President, my mommie needs him, "
Going through stop sign 10 ,' ,a.RETIRING!'" For this ole war is tearing apart. our little home. "..m'J.
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Other Violations 65 ... Sometimes, mommie wakes at : '
me night crying sir, 'k' y ..
Twenty-five drivers appeared AFTER 30-AMCS Taylor Callaway, accompanied by his
And It seems as tho, her heart will break. .
before the Traffic Hearing Boardon wife and son, are piped over the side at NATTC after completing 30 I do my best to comfort her, ,,;f\U\>
Oct. 12. of the years of naval service. Chief u !
Disposition Callaway was an Instructor at NAM. But
can't bring daddy home, Mr.
you President '
included the TRADET. :. !# cAt
cases following
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least for m mmle', sake. .ri;:,':< r
Eleven lost and
driving parking .
privileges aboard the station for 2 Mad .Fox Aircrews I've tried so hard to be the man of the house, sir, :: )':'*>$ j

various periods; ten were But a little boy can't take his daddy's place, ,:','

assigned to complete an eight- Gain ALPHA StatusJax For the responsibility Is just too much for me, 'L >, t.f

hour course in remedial driving; A little boy who yearns.to see his daddy's face. ', <,!r r',*
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two received suspensions; eight Two VP-5 aircrews have completed the advanced So you see, Mr. President, '. )...... ;'(...

were given warnings; one was antisubmarine qualifications necessary to This I is why I was ringing on your line, '*:',.t*:":: :
dismissed; five were fined (U.S. thought might could end this ole war, sir :
you ,1' :: : ;
Magistrate); and nine were achieve ALPHA status in the P-3A equipped "Orion". s.
And bring my daddy home In time. :
referred to officersfor This is the ", :
commanding prized designation operators; A02 Ed.Cox.theord-
I know my mommie would be thankful sir t :'t. "'
action. culmination of months of
possible disciplinary many nanceman. AT2 Dolan Sligar, thank
Eighteen drivers were hard work developing the the radioman; ADJ1 Tyrone Lee, And I you for your time
assessed 61 traffic ooints. teamwork necessary in an- the flight engineer; and AMEI But I guess 1 better hang up for now, Mr. President,
tisubmarine operations and Robert Burney is the second Because some other little boy might be ringing on your line.

exercises and indicates that the
FRIENDLY, RELAXED& mechanic. ATI Robert Dickersonis
QUIET ATMOSPHERE crew involved is ready to per- the inflight technician.The .

llllltllllUHIHMHHIIMHinmillllHIHM form any mission that the crew 33 lineup includes In REAL ESTATE matters, visit or call
"Orion" is capable of, anywherein Cdr. Bob Leslie, plane com
IDEALLY LOCATED N.A.S.FOR the world. mander; Lt. Alex Mato, TACCO; WAYNE SHRUM
CECIL FIELD,
Crew 32 and crew 33 completed, Lt.William Burdick, co-pilot; Lt.
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS, exercises in An associate of Y
their
AND qualifying Dick Sanchez, third pilot; Ens.
CHURCHES ARES operations with the USS Jim Cook, navigator. AMS1 J.E. BLANDING AGENCY Inc. '

b>'. .SHOPPING...... ,t,... Grayling, one of the Navy's Pyla and ADJC J.D. Logue are .
newest nuclear fast attack the flight engineers; AWl E.V. REALTORSHonesty
Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.
submarines. Harvey, AW3 W.N. Abernathyand
Turn South 2 Blocks
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AW3 J.R. McCachern are the Dependability,Sincerity In
Past Forrest High. School Crew 32 is led by Lt.John Dale, ASW equipment operators.A02 REAL ESTATE SALES

plane commander; with Lt JG) C.G. Shelton is the ordnancemen 5102 Blanding Boulevard
COLONIALORFST: John Sheridan, TACCO; Lt. Joel and ATI O.R. Sheltonis Phone 771-9513
Howard is the co-pilot; Lt. Rick the radioman. ATC Bill Boyd is
-I Hammes, the third pilot; Lt jg) the inflight technician.

APARTMENTS Rick Ownes, the navigator.
AWC Ben Rhoads, AW2 Mike
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771-6666 the ASW equipment

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Nylon carpets covers 4 Door ,, loan.

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dealer prep, transport and title fees; Apr 9.71 percent; In- i
terest$342.77; Doc. stamps S3.00; unpaid balance S2U7.J total, 'Time for a new 1973 car? Let us help ALL WRAPPED UP f
note S25D.S2 cash or trade-In down S433.2. '
you finance the car that you 4

want' to fill your present needs. AND
BLER Transportation 40066cyATAC Let our bank Auto loan help

Specials crtgtq RTOts795 you to enloy. your. car while you pay. .
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II' AFew Facts About AlcoholismAndAA. .. : : ., ., u.1 .

The recovered alcohOliC nas a
By Max AnonymousJax correction to some degree. In 1970 Alcoholics Anonymous chance of establishing a I i iI

The naval service is estimatedto membership was estimated at basis better of understanding with an I I
Alcoholism is in over 90
an incurable more than 475,000
have 30,000 alcoholics. The alcoholic who is temporarily
but arrestable disease. estimated cost per alcoholic is countries with roughly 25 percentof
The alcoholic is just as sick as the between and this membership made up of
$1,500 $4,000
man with diabetes, tuberculosisor per women. helpless, to provide proper
in decreased ,
year efficiency and to help the man
and the counseling
cancer yet alcoholic'sdisease
is perhaps the most poor decisions,and absenteeism.The These are people who would not get his feet planted firmly on the
cost in human and
suffering ,
normally mix socially. However, .
misunderstood of any. ground again.Alcoholics
wasted lives
is inestimable.
there exists among them a DPI Craig
.One belief, which has been
Almost no one cares to admit friendliness and Anonymous is a
discredited fellowship,
studies, is that by alcoholics authoritative are defeat. Every natural instinct understanding which is indescribably fellowship of men and women DPI CraigHonored
generally found on Skid Row. cries out against the idea of comfortable and who share their experience,
personal powerlessness.Admit with each
However, only approximatelythree honest. strength and hope
percent of today's Defeat other that they may solve their
The knowledge that they have and help other
alcoholics are derelicts. Most are But it is absolutely essential to common problem
found in middle class homes and first admit that alcohol has shared a common peril and alcoholics recover from Jax DPI Harold E.

executive offices or working completely humiliated and discovered a common solution is alcoholism.The Craig has been named
of what binds them together.
part
beside you on the job. defeated you and that you are only requirement for FICEUR's Enlisted Man
This disease attacks without to take whatever
willing steps are desire to
"Down That Road" membership is a sincere of the Quarter.
regard to social standing, occupation necessary before there is any
intelligence, education, hope for lasting recovery. And The ex-problem drinker who stop drinking. Our sober primary and help Craig was cited for
the hell of is to stay
national origin or race. A small even this admission alone is not has experienced purpose "exceptional service" to
unknown anxieties and other alcoholics achieve sobriety.To
percentage have an underlying enough to conquer this baffling, FICEUR during the third
fears reached the
unidentifiable ,
psychosis and many have per- incomprehensible obsession by the recovered alcoholic,
of the
calender
bottom limit of self-degradation quarter
sonality disturbances. the unaided will power of one
is simply a
attending a meeting
found his particular solution,
However, year.
many are not person.It administering

of or
session therapy
noticeably different from the rest is a statistical fact that returned to a normal pattern of of His assignments includethe
a dose awareness
and is armed with these
living
of us except for compulsive alcoholics almost never recoveron
Data
of to keep fresh in his mind the Processing main-
facts and an understanding
drinking in varying their An
degrees, own resources.
of humiliation and tenance and
depths production of
when the opportunity presents alcoholic must draw from a what an apparently helpless
alcoholic is is degradation from which he has the EOB
itself. source greater than himself the going through more fileAccordingto a
The National Council on necessary strength and will likely to instill confidence, inspiration climbed back toward self respect citation presented to DPI
and human dignity and to help
and the desire in the
Alcoholism says the alcoholic is to arrest and recover
power Craig, "Your expertise in
him from taking the
"a person who is powerless to from the self destructiveness of man to help himself than any prevent
stop drinking and whose drinking alcoholism.And other human, regardless of same fall again.A coping with the many

seriously alters his normal living this is what the fellowshipof training or education,who has not Simple ProgramThe changes and modificationsto
pattern. Alcoholics Anonymoussays Alcoholics Anonymous is all "been down that road". program is almost unbelievably this file is reflected by

alcoholism could be about! simple. If you are the fact that no scheduled

described as a physical Virtually every walk of life is FRA 91 experiencing a booze problemand production of this file has
compulsion coupled with a presented in AA; from are sincere about doing been omitted".
mental obsession. congressmen to common something about it, this is the
The first of AA's twelve laborers from business right place to start. Recognition of Petty

suggested steps toward recovery executives to technicians and a TurkeyShoot Meetings of the "Jax Armed Officer Craig's efforts
from alcoholism is "We admit we surprising number of our Navy Services Group" are held each were not confined to

were powerless over alcoholthatour men. Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. in FICEUR alone. Letters of
loves had become unmanageable' the Small Chapel, Bldg. 751.
Appreciation to him from j
A person who It is estimated that there are For additional information
experiences lack of control at any between 7 and 10 million the NAS Jax AA contact Jerry on at members of the Operation
time or compulsively drinks as a Americans who are alcoholic. Department recommended
264-3093
Tom
at 282-5457, or Max
I result of personal or family crisis This means that from,one out of Jax FRA Branch 91 at 7715178. him for the honor.
should consider himself in serious every twenty to one out of every has scheduled the first of .. .
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become unmanagable for an alcoholic. for Saturday at 1 p.m. at

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I ,,' i Chicken Stew, Chili with Rice, 7 Baked Meat Loaf with Brown fj f

I ; oz. Chopped Sirloin, Fish. ,Gravy, Beef Ravioli, 7 oz. 8 4. a fI
t, French Fried Potatoes, Chopped Sirloin, Fish.
( Mashed Potatoes, Rice and French Fried Potatoes, I
\ Gravy, Great Northern Beans, Mashed Potatoes, Rice and
I Turnips, Corn. Gravy, Baked Egg Plant, Lima
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,,.::' r Salad, Tossed Salad, Plain Jcllo, Tossed Salad, Plain

.\ Fruit, JeJlo, Fruit Cottage Cheese, Jello, Fruit Jello, Fruit Cottage
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Cheese, Plain Cottage Cheese,

t\ S Waldorf Salad, Stuffed Eggs. Fruit Cup, Health Salad, Beet I __ r' fpVRL r
Egg Custard Pie, Strawberry
and Onion. _
l, Short Pudding.Cake, Apple Pie, Assorted Chocolate Cream Pie, Apple -r _

Pie, Layer Cake, Assorted

Wednesday, Oct.25 Pudding.

Minestroni Soup, Fried Vegetable Friday Soup, Oct.,27 Stuffed 270 YEARS OF SERVICE A total of 270 years of Federal service Is represented by these HAS

Chicken, Smoked Ham with Peppers with Creole Sauce, Trout civilian employees, each of whom received a 30 Year Pin this week. Front Row (L-Rh) Louis F.
Cabbage, Shrimp Creole with Raymond Taylor, Hilry H. Franklin, James C.
Almondine, Vegetable Beef Stew Hysmith, Edward A. Roberts, Raymond Perry
Rice French,7 oz. Chopped Fried Sirloin, Fish. with Rice, 7 oz. Chopped Sirloin, Raulerson, Julian E. Helvenston, Francis L. Fore and Norman H. Smith. Back Row (L-Rt) Capt.
Potatoes, Chicken Fried Steaks. David C.More, Public Works Officer LCdr. Eugene F. Quinn, Communications Officer; Cdr. Luther

French Fried Potatoes, W. Peek,Assistant Supply Officer;and Capt. William G. Sizemore, NAS Jax CO.
Mashed Potatoes, Rice and Mashed Potatoes, Rice and

Gravy, Buttered Rutabagas, Gravy, Zucchini and Tomatoes,
Spinach, Okra and Tomatoes. String Beans, Macaroni and Questions And Answers
Chef Salad Bowl, CombinationSalad Cheese.
Tossed Salad, Plain Jello,
Chef'Salad Bowl, Combination I
Fruit Jello,Fruit Cottage Cheese, Salad, Tossed Salad, Plain Jello,
Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup, Fruit Jello,Fruit Cottage Cheese, On Financial ObligationsFederal
Bean Salad, Tuna Salad. Plain Cottage Cheese, Fruit Cup,

Cole Slaw, Cucumber Mix.
Apple Pie, Sweet Potato Pie, Almond Cream Pie, Apple Pie, employees have a responsibility state,or local taxes-which are imposed placed in the position of acting as
Boston Cream Pie, Peach Cobbler Cherry Cobbler, Assorted. to meet all just financial by law." collection agents for creditors, par--
obligations. A "just financial obligation"means ticularly when there is something
Assorted Puddings. Pudding. Ordinarily your agency does not one which is rightfully questionable about the debt itself.
concern itself with ,what you do yours to pay. It can be taxes, or a
with your paycheck,'unless you let bill you admit you owe, or one However, agencies will usually
your financial affairs get out of which a court has judged you duty cooperate with responsible creditors
hand. If that should happen, thereis bound to pay. You are expected to, and work with employees in
LEAVE COMING UP? a good possibility that your meet these obligations in a proper reasonable efforts to settle debt
.,' agency would find it necessary to and timely manner so as not to problems. A lot will depend on thecircumstances
.; I become involved in the interest of bring discredit on the Governmentas in each case. .
your lIJ o/J lll@lWlllll@ffiJ@P2'/Iill fJJ helping you out of your difficultiesand your employer. Failure to pay
What if
of preserving the good reputation just financial obligations in a Q. you are having
t I of the public service and its proper and timely manner can result problems?
the funds
\ can provide employees. in disciplinary action, possibly
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Below are several questions and even removal. you
Domestic Finance: is set up to make sure your answers that Federal employeesmay There is you may find yourself in deep dif
one factor that has
money needs are handled the way you want them. have regarding their responsibility important bearing on Federal em-an ficulty because of something unex
Call or come in-we'll, do the rest. for meeting financial obligations ployee debt policy. If you work for pected.outlay Whatever II the cause ahead, of if
: your getting
"--. 1 some employer other than the Federal income, had better
your stop
g. What b the Government Government, you
DOMESTIC FINANCECORPORATION policy on employee debts? be attached or garnished your salary for nonpayment can and take a long hard look at your
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LOANS ro tOO you are still unable to work
$ "An employee is to
expected to your creditors by a court. This
8 OFFICES IN JACKSONVILLE-SEE THE PHONE BOOK meet all just financial obligations, I is generally not possible in the out a satisfactory solution, you
need
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that it is not possible does not Financial! counseling services
mean that you can use this as a
are available from of
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shield to avoid payment of just sources, within the Governmentand
debts. On the contrary, this placesa
outside. Various Federal
HOP ON DOWNck pay special your bills.responsibility on you to hare designated employees agencies to
counsel on financial planning. Your
personnel office should be able to
Q. What if a debt Is said t. be
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the reenlistment oath for the his hand for five more years a Phase One Senior Instructor at served.
fourth time at VP-16. V P-4S. AE"A" Scholl l took the
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Surplus AuctionJax 5UREHEHS

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" Minority ReportBy

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,' TSgt. Ray McClcesc
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t Decal Jax It is often pointed out that crime rates are

( among darkskinned.Police .
l" } higher
jFj ti tiM 1 Info records show that this is often the case. But the
f
> figures also show that more crimes are commited by

* Jax The deadline for obtaining rraI poor people, no matter what their color Is. The crime

t fi the new non-government rate is also high in poverty-stricken areas where there
registration decals is December dark-skinned inhabitants at all.
I \ are no
t.4!: t(4. 1.The new automobile decals A poor man, no matter what his color, is far more

t( ( ( have been adopted Navy-wide for likely to steal moneyfood and clothing than a wealthierman

; ;11 the control of privately-owned I who can buy what his family needs.

r. < 4 vehicles which have been granted And the figures show clearly that the darker a man's

:,' 'I aboard driving and parking installation.privileges skin, the less money he earns. This is true both in the
a Navy
I" and abroad. People of darkerskinnednations
I The NAS Jax Security United States
,;. Department will issue the new earn less, man for man, than people of light-

decals to all eligible personnel. nations.It .
skinned
UP THE LADDER Capt. Richard K. BToedau, Jr., moves up the
J The decals are provided in four then that low scores on intelligence tests
y; colors as follows: rank ladder as Capt. J.F. lavin, Aarine Barracks CO, and Capt.Bloedau's seems ,
Blue: Commissioned and wife, Linda; pin on the new bars to promote him to his bad health and high crime rates are connected withpoverty

Warrant Officers (and retirees) present rank. not with color.
Red: Enlisted personnel (and Scientists have not been able to discover any inborn

retirees) 1st Black Ensign DiesJax physical or psychological reasons why a dark-skinned
Green Civilian .
: Employees.Black and
person cannot be as intelligent, healthy lawabidingas
Individual and
:
porate members of the public cor-and Dr.. Bernard W. Robinson, 54,, the first Black to anyone else-if he is given the opportunity.It .

special pass categories. be appointed an ensign in the U. S. Navy and director of is the historian, rather that the scientist, who can
4 The decals are to be attached to died show us why the lighter-skinned nations are more
the 840-bed Veterans Hospital in Allen Park, Mich.,
the left front bumper of recently at his home. healthy and powerful at the moment. It is nothing but
automobiles and trucks, visible
coincidence, a matter of, the history of the past few
from directly ahead, and on the
"Robby", as he liked to be VA hospital system as a staff centuries.The .
front fender of
motorcycleswhere called, was born in Chicago and radiologist. lie rose to suc-:
they can be readily seen. best proof that there is no connection between a
educated at Boston College, cessively higher levels of
Registration decals.are to be where he graduated cum laude, responsibility at VA hospitals and person's skin color and his mental or physical ability is

effective as follows: \ and at the Harvard Medical l clinics in Tuskegee, Ala., Detroit that the situation, is changing rapidly.All .
Active duty personnel: tour of School, where he received his and West Haven, Conn. over the world, increasing numbers of dark-
duty aboard NAS Jax, or for the
duration of current enlist. medical degree in 1944. He was appointed director of skinned people are beginning to organize their own
He then served his
mentwhichever is earlier' plus at Freedmen's internshipand the VA hospital in Martinez, political groups and nations.
residency
ninety days.Civilian Calif in 1967 and in May, .1969, and skills that
Hospital in Washington, D.C. and They are learning the techniques once
assumed the of director of
employees and Provident post to their neighbors. And
Hospital Chicago. belonged only lighter-skinned
retirees will be effective for a the 840-bed VA hospital in Allen
period of three years. Dr. Robinson was among the Park suburb of Detroit. naturally enough, they are prepared to challenge those
first Blacks to be appointed to the
,
who try to hold them back.If .
position of hospital director for His teaching duties included
the Veterans Department in the those of clinical instructor in this contest is not to end in disaster for all mankind,

department of medicine and radiology at the Chicago Medical we must learn to understand both the importanceandthe

surgery. School and assistant clinical unimportanceof the color of the man.
In 1949, he married the former professor of radiology at Yale --.
Agnes Thorne of Chicago, and in University Medical School, bothin JIM OWENS Sell:
1950, Dr. Robinson entered the conjunction with his VA post.

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CARE CenterWhat's JAX.. AIR NEWS.LATWINGER PAGI; 11. .
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double-deck
building facing Highway 17, just south of
the
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with the large blue and gold CARE! sign? gate,

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let in on a secret-because, relate, un.
derstand and
despite a massive and continuous empathize with .
personnel of all
publicity effort, far too few are and from all ranks and ages
of what this ethnic and social .
aware mysterious backgrounds. i' V 1r' ,9 w F,
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building is all about. While
This unfortunate situation is who have most clients are those .. ..
due largely to the fact that the Navy's voluntarily joined the u r
CARE Center's often-repeated Drug Exemption .
Program, the Center's
invitation for all hands to visit visitors regular
also include t ,
has seldom been accepted.So have several who 1 ,
come to .
enjoy the atmosphere
perhaps this Drug and
Prevention Week of Oct. 14-20 is a opportunity to appreciate the ,
good time to reiterate that in- with open-minded exchange ideas
vitation-and to to people.
attempt clear The
group sessions,
on
Monday
up some of the mysteries.First and Thursday nights and Wednesday
we should explain that
the letters CARE stand for have become and Friday mornings, 't Iii _


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Although primarily set up to the number of interested
help curb the growing problem of personnel increases. HUNDREDS OF HOURS HELPING Navy Relief volunteers are thanked by Capt. William G.
drug abuse, the doors of the Along with the NAS Jax CARE Sizemore, NAS Jax CO and RAdm. Lawrence R. Geis, COMFAIRJAX, for the time they have
Jacksonville CARE Centerandthe Center staff, Bldg. 451 also devoted to Navy Relief. Left to Right: Capt. Sizemore; Capt. Sizemore's wife Helen Patricia Ann
30 other CARE Centers houses the NATTC Drug Gerts (600 hours); RAdm. Geis; Dottie Allen ((100 hours); Nancy Wood (300 hours); Joan Hall ((300
hours) and Capt. S.E. (USN-Ret.).
around the world-are open to Awareness. Team, whose mission ; Wright
anyone who would like to "rap" is parallel- and the COM .
about any problem or, for that FAIRJAX Drug Abuse Education

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equipped with air & power. "< '
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a one owner. ,
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top, air & A \'.
power. 15,000$2mile ,.''' "" f"VJ':'( w J:"'< 'M\ ,
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71 CHEVROLET CORVETTE Interior, automatic transmission .. ". ,. together-1.49 each child ./'

Blue with white priced for the "
top, turbohydramatlc economy minded. "

transmission, air condition .
,. power windows, 1295

1 stereo radio. Extra clean. And we never charge afi 1


$5295. 49 H.T.PONTIAC green with G.T.O.green 2 vinyl dr. 1 for handling or delivery '. : : !

top, equipped with factory ..
air & power. f 1'
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I 2 dr. H.T, Bermuda Blue $1995 i Only at Penneys Age limit: 12years ;:

with black Cordova top All delivered to at store.
our
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windows & seat. Priced to 67 FORD MUSTANG 2 dr. '. ''.. .'
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Jax The Navy's S-3A Viking antisubmarine aircraft will arrive soon at the

a Naval Air Test Center at Patuxent River, Md. to begin 10 months of rigorous IthI

. carrier suitability tests.

Purpose of the tests at Pax 3A's folding wings, aft body, tail. the first quarter of 1973.
River is to demonstrate the in assembly, stores pylons and its Now halfway through its
tegrity of the Viking's airframe launching and landing gear, is scheduled 20-month flight test
and its flight performance under conducting static and drop testson program, the Viking has accumulated -
the punishing loads imposed by the airframe as well as the approximately 450 6r
the catapult launchings and carrier suitability demon flying hours and made more than
arrested landings of carrier strations. 180 flights.
operations. The Viking to be used for the According to the president of t .. 't
Specifications require the carrier suitability tests is one of the company building the S-3A's, .. 1i .
Viking to withstand landing four developmental S-3A's now "The Viking has passed all of its
in test contractural milestone READY TO WORK Members of the JOWC discuss plans for their
impact loads as high as 175,000 flying. Another is flight
pounds, arrest loads up to 162,000 engineering preparatory to requirements to date ahead of Christmas Bazaar at a Work Day held last week at the home of Mrs.
pounds and launch loads equal to making its first flight before the schedule and the entire Pat Mosman.
end of the developmental program coveringthe
184,000 pounds, year.
A Dallas-based aeronautics The remaining three are in first eight vikings is running Your
company is responsible for the scheduled stages of assembly. All under its contractual ceiling Open Eyes
, Viking's carrier suitability. The eight of the developmentalvehicles cost."

company, which produces the S- _...... _._.will....._._....be........in_._flight_.._..._._test... -in Two of the Viking test vehicles of five
completed scheduled the Navy second preliminary To Highway SafetyProponents

evaluations last week at a
California flight test facility. of automobile safety ual acuity requirement, 13 Plates
The evaluations, conducted bya requirements have been still issue unrestricted licensesto
team of Navy engineering test overlooking what is perhaps the those with 20/50 to 20/70
pilots and technical personnelwho major safety factor in driving acuity,
fly and test the aircraft, today and one in need of
provide periodic verification of "tron cr' reJulation-the driv The 17,200-member American
the performance results achievedby er's ability to sec, says the Optomctric Association points
i tiAVt the builder. American Optometric Associa out that stricter vision requirements -
4a r -,n r tion. for driver licensing will
'Nooners' not eliminate .drivers because
In a new pamphlet, "Open most vision problems can be im
Your Eyes to Vision in Highway proved or corrected once they
LuncheonJax Safety," the association points are detected
out that vision requirements for
driver licensing in many states ::::::: ::: :::::: :::

Bob Nolan, arc shortsighted. Yet 90 percent ;: .. 'It.\I"lt"'II... ...... ...... ? ..rrr
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Secretary of the Fleet based on what the driver tees.I .. .. ....
Reserve Association, will I Driving safety requires seeing
MEETING THE FLEET An S-3A Viking, the Navy's newest be the guest speaker at a safely
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carrier-based subhunter, crosses the wake of a Navy'quided missle special "Nooners" Lun- The association lists 'seven ; 1
destroyer during a recent test flight. cheon at the NAS Jax CPO visual skills needed 1 on today's(
complex driving environment: ................... ...................... t

WANT ADS. Oct.Mess 21.Nolan.(Open), Saturday, the bath ability eyes; to the see ability clearly to with see ..ii! :ii! witk!yourECONOMY!!! ii! i.i.

is expected to "out of the corner of your eye" .
address those attending on (side vision); the ability to ..:. ;:: :::: ::::: : ::.::.
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Call 388-2755 current legislation 'affecting judge relative distances between :.........::.......:.........::.....::::...:::.......:::....::.:::.....:.....:::::
Navymen. objects or between object and
Interested yourself (depth perception); the 73 GREMLINPlus
persons ability to see under low illum
should contact the CPO ination and in the face of glare;
Club, Ext. 3461. the ability to use both eyes together .
.1f/dcome A .--------e.-r as a team; the ability to
PHONE 311 ISJS I change eye focus from a distantto
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Since1885 I states do not test drivers' color Freight
.1 Jacksonville Florida 32204 and Your Favorite Options
I vision; half do not check depth
WANTED perception; and more than 73 HATCHBACK
HVERTV'8FURNITURE USED CAMERAS AND I. three-fifths do not check wide
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EQUIPMENT. PAY vision. And although the American .
I TOP DOLLAR-381 I Association; of Motor Vehicle
IBRING THIS AD WITH YOU/ I i 1 Administrators recommends
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On ALL furniture in our huge new store...! Entertainment Nitely., Quarterdeck Lounge & Dine at Biser's Seafood
Restaurant 250 Beautiful Rooms with TV, Direct Dial, Phone, Olympic
Military personnel ONLY! Swimming Pool, Free
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TAPE RECORDER MO. HO.LOTS FOR RENT
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EMPLOYMENT ) Professional model,solid state, reel to Close to Cecil, up to 1 acre, w.trees,
reel. 4 track, Dual RONNIE
speakers, many 781 0945. soz .
,u'Q extra features S200. 772.0870 aft 5 PM. ,
"COME ONE, COME ALL!

Shorthand JOBSIJOBSIJOBS Secretarys, Dictaphone ELECTROLUX BUFFER-WAXER [NI+DB I.:HOMES( ; ; ? enter the

Operators, Typists Clerks, 3 brushes Including buffing and DANCE CONTEST
cleaning pads. Almost
Keypunchers. new. Phone 772
EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT
HIGH PAY NO FEE 0857. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK

Call Norrell Temporary SMALL REFRIGERATOR 1 Qtr mile Na of NAS. Clean Modern ', 50 First Prize!

396.5371DARKROOM Good for cabin or Lake home trailers and apts. 3893007.

>30. Cecil Ext. 377 or 771.5462 Aft.5
TECHNICIAN
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Part.time, nights. Call 3873564 for LCDR 70 NEW MOON -k'- RONNIETHEGREATESTSHOWGROUP
Interview. UNIFORMSSize 12x60, 3BR, WW Carpet, CH&A,
38 Regular washer &dryer, Equity and take over
Call I Ted Merry 786.6094 pmts. Call aft. 5 26U36S.
pm
HELP WANTED CITY-
TO EVER HIT THE BOLD NEW
Sarge American Service Station and STEREORECEIVER

Garage, all three shifts, 201 Hwy. 17, "Pioneer" SX.990, $125, call Valez, 2 Formerly Ronnie & The Soul Society .

O.P., Fla. 32073 Jax. Ext. 3067 or 264.2136. 70 SABRE
12x60, 2BR, 1 IB with double sinks, w.w LADIES DRINKS..19'LOUNGE

ALTERATIONS & DRESSMAKINGIn shag carpet AC, assume mortg. of
PART-TIME TYPIST home687620ldMiddleburgRd. $5611.34, pmts. of 106.23, call work772- Mon-Thur STAG GIRL DRINKS
50 WPM min.;artistic ability helpful. my 3156 or Barrack 7L 772.3857.7THOLLYPARK. FREE Friday and Saturday
week, no weekends.
20 40 hours per :
Good pay, fringes, Westside. Phone 5916 PHILIPS HIGHWAY.VOLKSWAGEN ...

387.3566 for appointment.REAL TAKE OVER PAYMENTSNew "*- 7339992WESTSIDE ..
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set of Encyclopedias 12x60, 2BR,completely furnished, AC,
7723216,84RIDERTOLAAREA washer.dryer, WW carpet, assume
ESTATE SALESMENWe payments or rent, 771.0990.TRANSPORTATION.
have moved our real estate office

from downtown to 4543: WesconnettBlvd. ... ... .... ,... ... ..... ,
active. across real from estate K-Mart.salesmen We need or Spilt Expenses Call Don, ,Leave 264.3140 Jax. 7 Dec. I : ,i1; T.. : .;}!\ ::: :-:: : :r=j1f\:::::::\'


saleswomen with Florida Real Estate : / <<


License.one who Prefer needs one to with make experienceand more than 1111 REAL: ; l tiilll! 69 VW FASTBACKAir .. INC :;

team$1,000 would per month.be desirable.A husband and wife i Radio$1675, Std shift-264-8556 Exc condo ,

MORRISON TAYLOR
771.3052 REALTORS MLS WE BUY & SELL EQUITIES 72 CODA 1150 LANE AVE., SO. PHONE 7815511Open
Call us for Quick service 340 eng.,$500.down.Take over pmts.
Morrison I.Taylor, Inc. 733.7932 Daily 8 to 8:Saturday 8 to Sunday 1 to 6 PM

PART-TIME 4543 Wesconnett Blvd.
i Janitorial $1.91 hr.
''' on NAS 772.7661 :. 771-JOS2 7)7-3864 '71 OPEL STATION WAGE N 72 DELUXE BUS $3495'

__. 1900 Series, Low mileage R&H, Alr.Cond.


I I ![: MISCBULANfiOUSBEADISCJOCKEY$ !1J' 4 miles west NORMANDY of Cecil ACRES Field. Road 2645827 71 VW KOMBI v $2995

frontage to 10 acre tracts Land Is '71 YAMAHA XS 650 AC, R&H, Extra Clean

the best Investment for the future. Exc.condo Must sell., 69 VW SEDAN R&H, AT, AC $1795
Other tracts available over Southwest 264.2528
Jacksonville. $850. 72 DATSUN 240Z '????

Recorded Call 355-2944 message for a by 389.5514 Wynne Realty of Florida 389.8507 AC, AT, AM-FAA Stereo, 1,000 MilesTWO70

Scott Edwards '65 CORVETTE VW SEDANS R&H, New Paint $1695
COLUMBIA SCHOOLOF Orig Condo blue coupe, 327.350 HP, 4-
BROADCASTINGHome QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY speed, AC, PS, PB, AM.FM Radio 71 POP TOP CAMPER R&H $3495

School Also, Equities for sale on easy terms. $2,300, base ext.,3618 after 5 PM. ONE.1970 KARMANN GHIA

1902 Van Ness, San Francisco Edward 0. Lyon, Broker '".036 I
64 FIAT New paint, R&H $1895.
Home Study
Not affiliated with CBS, inc. I 4 door, rebuilt engine, new transmission .. 1971 VW SQUAREBACK
MIDDLEBURG AREA red leather Interior, Make
Approved for Veterans ft Servicemen
Bldg. 1 acre Mobile Home tracts in Sun. offer 721.2849. AT, R&H, factory warranty $2595
Local office 601 Fla. Natt.lank
nyside Farms. Call 264.2086. 1970 VW FASTBACK R&H $1795

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Consoles NEW RCA, some and ZENITH with AM STEREO-FM,' tape .."..'....*..".'....'...................'."..<....x"............"..'."."..,....,.,....."...'.'.'.'.'.. $700., good'44 mechanical CHEVY TRUCK cond. & good 1969 VW SQUAREBACK AT, R&H $1995

stock.players Full, at warranty dealers' !cost Phone to liquidate 771.0409. I I.[r':!!i!!!i1ijtjii.!! !;.;!!.! i!;RENTALSORANGE. ; ;...... .; !iiit!! "i!!: !i1l1iiiii 'II.1 week.tires, 282.5306 after 4 PM. thru next ONE 1969 VW 1970 FASTBACK VW BUS AC, AT, R&H -. $1895 r s.:;. .

Deluxe 7 R&H $2495 !:
LIVE CRABS CYCLE passenger,
PARK 71 TRIUMPH DAYTONA$00
Wllford's Fish Camp 2 BR, Apts. furn. or. unfurn. Dish Immac. cond., Real Low mileage, 1969 VW SEDANS .

264-9707 washer, Drapes, Carpets, Elizabeth $1175. Must see to appreciate. Call New paint, R&H $1495 to $1595
weekdays only. 1 pm to 9pm. 264.2014.
771.3355.
LAWN MOWING A EDGINGcall AptS. 771.1405 or ONE-1968.VW SEDAN R&H $1350

Hart VW BUS 66 VW SEDAN R&H, New Paint $995
771.3211 Ext.8340 Needs body work, has new engine
GIVE US A CALL FOR
installed, as Is $300. 264
Quick Rental of your Property which needs Nice Selection of other Model VW's
TYLER'S AIR COND.SERVICEWe Edward O. Lyon, Broker 389 0361 6884.
service Autd AC, Central Units
and Window Units. Reasonable. APARTMENTSAir 'TOYOTA CORONA [iIs1Me1IJIih'bWe !
WILMAR transmission, $950,
4711 Palmer Lake Shore 388.5161 Vinyl roof, auto.
Living
Conditioned, 2 bedroom 388-7903 after 6 PM.
Kitchen, Brfst. nook, parking
room them the VW 16 and Performance .
gave -point Safety Inspection.Then
KIRBY water sewage
VACUUM CLEANER for 2 cars
space Furnished- we tuned up, tightened, and replaced everything that needed It.
Responsible take of $5. lawn service
party up pmts. garbage 4 And guaranteed them 100 percent for the repair or replacement of all
$100. plus per
ajnonth. Call dealer. 772.8936. Unfurnished LOOKINGFORA
$120, ta. 387.2541 weekends 389 major/ mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Come on In and
cent sales double check.
HARMONY ELEC.GUITAR 0744.
W.Case & Small amp. Perfect cond., ENGINETRANSMISSIONREARAXLEFRONTAXLE

MS 781.2260.SINGER._ __ BEING TRANSFERRED ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Let a retired Navy man who understands NEW '
TOUCH'N'SEW YOUR problems, manage
Cost over $400., In drawer desk. the rental of your house until you CAREER? DOMESTIC SPECIALS!

Used 12 months. Sews stretch fabric, return to Jax.Bartleson .

makes buttonholes, fancy designs, ,O'Neil& Payne, Inc. 'If qualifyand ...IJ

Wind hems, monograms, overcasts, 1147 So. Edgewood Ave you are willing to work, 1970 CHEVROLET BELAIR $1850
.
winds bobbin Inside machine. Bat.W9. ?88-9311
Cash or $6.50 per mo. Public It Is possibleto of Auto, AC, Radio, Low Mileage
earn In excess
Discount Center, 805 S. EdgewoodAve. 3BR BRICK $20,000 per year 69 CHEVELLE STATION WAGON. $1295
., 389.0494. floors, washing
fenced, HW
machine.Furn., $175. mo. Also Unf. 3BR, within 3.5 years. AT, R&H $.J* L

2B $150. 3BR, I B., $150 Management training program,
MARRIAGES $2295
PERFORMEDANY 387-IIU Call 69 BUICK RIVIERA
VanSandt. Realtor starting salary negotiable.
TIME. ANY PLACE
'Lieutenant Alton L.Vaughn, U.S. Vinyl roofl
All
Air power,
Call 733 8327 TRAILER FOR RENT ,
NavyRetired)4( ) Sales Managerwith
M baths, Ext. LR large
2 bdrs. Metropolitan Life Insurance
DATING BY COMPUTERFor fenced In yd.. 264-6829. Company at telephone number
fun friendship, or marriage. For 356-2621 If Interested. t
unmarried adults only. Send name JBR HOUSE
address, age'in confidence to C.S.I., Unfurn.30 min.from HAS

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r 1.3 mg.nicotine av.per cigarette.FTC Report Apr.'72. : I routKletll by xdenl6u, >ce'rl ixrPRwlyeilpalgngo' :s ganu will be I "
'. ">t ,", ( loon whoM decisions ire tinai No substitution' lor pn/es. TJKeS on '
I Trues. i If< any are'the responsibility, ,' .al l the winners.' Open to active' and I
nhredinrnberolltwUndedSIiit I ,Aimedrfucesandtheir) "
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.. I All ledpr.ll laws and reuul.itions" .'I'lllv For .tits'I l ol spouses, 1
Warning The Surgeon General Has Determined miic>r pate win ,.
I : 11}' "' ... /lflsUIIM l Uiroiiuh l third) send I."I"*'lt.| sell taidressdenvem ,to
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; PO Box 7 >5 RoM! 'l1krmh MIUlt'so'5068.' En "1
That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health; ,, !try IrIhlsswceh' !\l.rkescroislAuleslulirnnisslvi1nMlMishnames' .1""
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VA203To )t Marine Wives ClubJax

TrainAt
Members of the NAS Jax Marine Wives Club will gather for a
luncheon and business meeting at the home of Mrs.Ernest Moyer, 6829
CecilJax Medellin Court, at 11:30( a.m., Thursday, Oct. 26.
Mrs. Shirley Nichols, a representative and demonstrator for a
members of
Reserve popular, name-brand hair care and hair coloring firm, will also be at
Jacksonville's Attack
NAS the meeting to demonstrate proper hair care and coloring techniquesfor
will this
Squadron-203 spend the wives. She will provide those attending with samples of her.
weekend participating in firms products.

weapons training operating from Wives of all Marines,active,retired or reserve,are cordially invitedto
NAS Cecil Field. I attend and may.obtain more information by phoning Mrs. Moyer at
VA-203 will join six other 771-5177 or Mrs. Dave Davis at 7729921.A .
squadrons of Attack Carrier Air v rd door prize will be given
Wing Reserve-20 (CV\VR-20)) for
the exercises which will includeAir B 1.r
Wing attacks on simulated s Open for your convenience S a.m.-10 p.m.

targets. (D PICK-UP & DELIVERY
The squadron, which recently
received a grade of "Out D ROAD SERVICED

standing" during their MECHANIC ON DUTY
operational Readiness Exercise
D AMERICAN & FOREIGN CARS
while on two weeks of active dutyat 4 -
Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:;:;: i:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::;:::::::i:::;:;::::::::.. .
will also participate in photo 1F __ Y ::; BOLV5 OAK HILL i1i'

will reconnaissance be staged from missions Washington which, ...11.:. UflIfl, 1'j. .

D.C. 1i; 1;

: ;. SERVICE CENTER 11:

CARE CenterCon't. ::t.'......'......".......:...'....'.......'....'.....'..:"..'.:"..'.".:;...;....:...;..;...;..;.;.;.;.;.;.;.;...;.;.;.;..;..:.:.:.;.:..;..: :..:..:..::.:: 1

( from Pg. 11)) -- 103rd&Jammes Road Phone 771-9156me

Other phones at the CARE
Center include 772-2900, 772-3507 .
and 772-2650. All lines are open .
for any purpose--however: it is ,
K3Dis Learninc comer
requested that use of the "hot > .
line" be restricted to those .
personnel' whose need is more

immediate.All The Kadis Learning Center is a special kind of .
hands to .
are encouraged ,
visit or call the CARE Center if school with a specialized staff and program. We are

there is any question in your dedicated to the development of the child with "

mind whatsoever as to the Navy's average or above average intelligence who has. .
efforts in combating any human- .
connected problem. problems in learning. .,
Don't be mislead unin-
formed. Let's clear or up the If your child is suffering these problems, you- .....

.mysteries and misconceptions.The and he-are not alone.. There are many and,they. are r., ',:;.:\,''c r"'

information is as close as. 1 being helped. Why not callus fora conference_ (and!'" i";
.
your Of course phone., that's not what it's preliminary diagnostic test? : ', ;:f. ?:/t t'.'

ALL about-but that would take ... ':
"- : > ,i" :;f:'
up more space than this issue can : .. ';.."
spare. The people at the CARE > (t.J;
Center have many good ideas for ,'tt..
future improvement in the PROBLEMS PROGRAMS EVALUATION
'
Center-but you probably do, too. Children who evidence any of The Kadis Learning Center is A comprehensive diagnostic "' :'.. -

them Why? not come in and rap about .'- the following symptoms may dedicated to the development of .. ; and evaluative testing procedure' ,
the child with or aboveis provided each child.PsychologicalPersonality: average
have a learning problem, : .
;
'
intelligence who has .
average
and offers ,,0/' ,-, .
a
problem
Isl a learning : '.... .
.,. :.. .... .. '' i;>\' ', specialized program with: ..:., "' \ ..ill..".-...'....
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.. Poor Reader Individual InstructionPerceptual ," Evaluation -.':..; :*. ./".. '.'';;
Short Attention Span Development ,Academic Abilities BatteryJ \ : .._ .
DEER SPRINGSESTATES Daydreams Speech and Hearing Therapy Speech and Hearing
Reading Remediation Evaluation .

i.ATKEYSTONE Poor Fidgety Concentration Summer Classes Vision Analysis .....'.,
HEIGHTS Withdrawn 10 Children Per Class Preliminary Interview and "" .; ',, '"
MOBILE HOMESITESCLYDE Awkward or Clumsy 1 Teacher-1 1 Teacher Aide Program Conference ,1 'b f
.
W. SIMPSON CO. Temper Tantrums All Academic Subjects Perceptual Motor Screening ,,; .
REALTOR 356-6849 Easily Discouraged Ideal Location Complete Physical
Reverses letters, words Air Conditioned Classrooms Examination

Speech/Hearing/ Difficulties ,". ; ":: Y.,;::.' :
,1 I' \"
.
Emotional Problems ; : 1/

$ .FALL SALE $ Frustration ''' 'TUTdRING'\( '


1972 CLEARANCE KADIS NOW OFFERS :,

$$ SALE $ $ L to students who do not need full time instruction. "


DRASTICALLY ALL 1172 MODELS REDUCED The Kadis Learning Center conducts case conferences The Kadis Learning Center works in cooperation

wherein the specific learning disabilities of with parents. Diagnostic test results, and specific
160 90 M
day service warranty -
percent bank financing LoWdown each child are assessed.:Recommendations by the recommendations are given to each parent. Conferences
payment. Easy terms. 24 professional staff for the remediation of specific are conducted between teachers and *;\
space Hr. Credit arranged Approval.for Parking learning problems provide the basis for instruction parents to insure a cooperative attitude toward the' ;"1

and therapy. concern of the child. .
BONUSIIIThree !!

new months home Lot purchased Rent paid on.ny by THe UDlS 1BIrIII'.a 'clma -

Nov. 1, 7J.KEN. 0
A CHAMPUS APPROVED FACILITY

PENCE'S LIMITED ENROLLMENT_ See our, brand new building at., ..

PRICE MOBILE HOME' PHONE '264-9587 217 JOHNSON AVENUE' .-
10407 ATLANtic BLVD
(1 mile east Regency Square) ORANGE PARK.32073 .
Phone 721-2444 '



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4aw.Ananalrlar.RaaelTaMrtesraara -.....iraieara.ataatr..raraat
[ ; ; LDO-WO I

I'' I Christmas Mailing Guidelines I


! ____: III J972,II'In the pad, the Portal Serrke is C'rK'ourallll customers I MeetingJax
: fti 1 4'i to deposit .Cltrltmn mail by recommended dates. They not only I
IIt' assure drlia"1 prior to Dn' 25, "but they also help the Portal Serr'kt .
keep ahead oj the avalanche oj holiday season mail. I.A.Signorelli and
a R.A. Allwine of the Bureau of
i TA" do..,.,,', mean one ron't tI'poil Christmas cards and packages !
Naval Personnel's Aviation LDO-
Y after these tlnl..,. Postal employees will do their best to deliver them.floweter Warrant
< like those "lto I" their shopping Oil Dre. 24, late mailers Officers Assignment
I take their ..Ann..". Toi,.11' everyone receive 1M best po.i ssibie Section will be here Tuesday,
mall sere'ke. II "UI Pt/1' to b. "n "< i laollday mailing .1",.". I purpose of the visit is to
contact a maximum number of
Space aviation LDO's and Warrant
I Parcel evaiMleoirlilt mail SIl'/tlC'/ I Officers in an informal at
LlICat/c'/ Airmail (PAL) (SAM) malt mosphere.

i Mail bar armed fClren OI'c'r.I'fa.s: Warrant Officers can meet
I
Canada. Arr/ir-Grtm/md./ with the two-man team at 9 a.m.
I Labrador Newfoundland.. Dec. 8 Nov. 30 Nov 24 Nov..24 Tuesday in Room 240, Hangar

South and Central America .. tke. I Nov 17 Nov. 1 I Nov II I 1000. LDO's are scheduled to

I EU'c.lpt-Bclgium. Denmark, confer at 1 p.m.
England Finland, France, Topics to be covered in both
W Germany Greece, Italy meetings will include assignment
I't iI' Norway Netherlands Portugal procedures fitness In.
I't 1 I Spain ','..............'. Dec. I II I Dec. I Nov 27 Nov. 11 report
I terpretation, promotion opportunity *
A Jr/ca .If;: t'rc' (c'rducJitg education
programs,
I /'Iliol'iaJ, Conga. Liberia lA'c. 9 Nov 17 Nov II Nov 11
MARINE OF THE MONTH Cpl Joseph G. Weaver, III Is : : I preference card submission and
Near f.'cu/-Fthiop Iran I
.' t: congratulated by Mal J.F. Lavin, Marine Barracks CO for being proposals under consideration
W hracl. Saudi
Arabia, Turkey Ike I Nov. 7 Nov I Nov I .
which affect the Aviation
selected Marine of the Month for September. Cpl Weaver was cited for Fur last .Antarctica. Aus'Iralia I Warrant Officer LDO-

"outstanding proficiency and dedication to duty"as Unit Diary Clerk. Burma, Indonesia, IIe
Japan Korea New Zealand !
I Okinawa Philippines, .

AAFES Starts Rain CheckArmy I. nam Taiwan..........Thailand............"_._.._..Viet-.. ...... Dcc I. Nov. 27 Nov.20 (kt. 27 I MATSG

I foml'.flic' uail.c (t''C'rl'l Alaska and llawaii): Parcels Leiters
and Air Force Ex. When a patron wants an item (a) Surfa, mail: (out uf towu) _....._._...__ Dec. 10 Dee.: 1SI HighlightsJax

change Service patrons who announced in handouts or flyers (b) Airmail "...............:...."...-.....--..............-....._._-._.-- EXc.20 o\"C. 21 I
hurry to their local exchange to
buy a special but find others as sale merchandise, which is f Alaska and ltawnii:: Frank N. Hepburn,

have beaten them to it should temporarily out of stock, he will (II) Surflcc: mall ....................................... ....._.?._.._..._ Nov.30 Dec. 1:1: an AE instructor, was presentedthe

be interested in the new Rain be given a rain check. The ..I (b) Airmail .........................-.--........;.__....__ Dcc. 20 Dec. 20 I Navy Achievement Medal by
Check program. check asks his pardon for the I Lt. Col. David A. Teichmann,
Introduced during the Ex. inconvenience and states the I' Surface greeting SII/ncti AI greetingS AI; I.. MATSG Commanding Officer.
change Service's anniversary rain check should be presented I"ttrtWlicl"ul Mail: parreb cards panel. cards ill
sale this past summer, the proto sales personnel on or before rl (a) Canada and Mexico ?.._ EXc. 2 Dee; 7 Dec. 14 0I.'c.19 I SSgt. Hepburn was cited for his
gram is the same as those used a given expiration date to take (b) South and! 1 performance of duty while serving -
by leading commercial firms. advantage of the special price. I America Central......._ Nov. II Nov. 17 Dt.c.1I Dcc.16.. with Marine Attack

( ) .........._..,.__._ Squadron 311, Marine Aircraft
I c Europe Nov. II Nov.17 Det. II Dec.16.
___ _______ __n_________ Group 12, First Marine Aircraft
I (d) AFrica -......-..- Nov. 1 Nov, 4 Dec. 9 EXc. 14e Wing in Japan and in subsequent

;, Jl ( ) Ncar East ....-.-..-_._? Nov. 1 Nov, 4 Dec..9 Dec. 14 combat operations in Vietnam

WINNING I (f) Far East t ".....---.??--..- Oct. J)4 kt. 2S Dec. 9 Dee; 14 .aIGtrrfsairamcrccascs from August 1971 to July 1972.

According to a citation accompanying -
sm csMCSNSnctlxs+xtuc, rrassrYrrwaceas racssrracsmc_
the award, "as
Noncommissioned Officer in
TONIGHT Charge of the Check Crew for

Without Advertising calendar inspections, Staff
Sergeant Hepburn expeditiously

., You Wouldn't Know accomplished all assigned tasks
DAILY and was instrumental in the
S2DAILY 53 PERFECTA DOUBLE superb readiness posture of the

squadron.
Ut TWO RACES 6th& 12th RACES LAST TWO RACES
"Working tirelessly, he im
QUINIELA WIN-PLACE-SHOW WAGERING EVERY RACE plemented sound operating
procedures and supervised the
calender inspection of all air

.\. ,1)- LOVSTPRICES craft, accelerating the check

.. cycles during" training
/ deployments.

The citation concludes by
stating, "By his consistent and
high level of efficiency, he
materially enhanced the
ORANfiPARK .!'..t..,..,,' ""\I\fL. ..'.,.\.,.r.,.. operational effectiveness of his
.
:1ei..; .".; :.J ({'J' l.l.'IrI ., ..\
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.r.\'. "t %S. : unit and gained the respect and
\ ., 1;' "') ,
"L. -",1.<.. ', admiration of all who served with .
\ 'II"ot.r him."

):."....\ll'"" .<.:,'d.4'>:;.ili>:M"I'. .."a.",\\1".,;,.,;,.;..: --
't LI Ur.' I.,
.Whr'. (,. !.''. i.r SpecialI
: ..:-::;;; I THE APARTmEnT. (\ /

WITH .
(; .MUKH.Hll.. ", \fIU'" Financingfor 6/ujimmmcpooL/

CLUBHOUSE ADMISSION_:, 1.50 ': tl! Srt') ROD
-
: Includes comfortable table seating for the nightl! THE GOOD LIFE:

DINNER served 6:30-10: ):$) : 1 ff.r1 Service FROm $120vngewcod.
:I..j .., ..{.......'.'!:" ;..( .,. i
II it t i?q Most exciting place to dine. Complete PRe-t}'}_4.!,'.:":'..\.1tl', /,'::I.'...1"'b'.1''.i '. PersonnelDUVA
$2.95 and "'1 -.1
delicious meals ,from you'llenjoy \ :
Road
., Jammes
2045
t 1 a spectacular view of every race!If 10 minutes from Jack \

RESERVATIONS iwsr ., !'$ ItYs'rtlebk":> sonvHle. Out Roosevelt'
t : R o
f + Blvd. Right on San
V, *. 1 WEEKDAYS until 3 ((904),388.2623.) +' Juan to Jammes. Then

f ; After 3 ((904)) 264-9575. left to apartments.

:, SATURDAY after 1 pm ((904)) 2649575. For complete Info call;
t 7813818w

!U GRANDSTAND ADMISSION Still only 50cents ft t( 41,'r:3ta';.! ':II, ; MOTORS g p .

; : z 1st RACE POST'TIME'8p.m.a: AT}qEE 1:30: ..:,'..;.,1.....,,':-i.::.j;:.....r: )t:..;.(.jf..1..1.,:;' 1616 CASSAT la M.nNd MMNMOIMN'pp ItMaltN tOil'.
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.t in BALLOT HOW. THEY'RE STANDING" ..


Intramural Bowling FICEUR 28 20 NATIONAL LEAGUE

NAME AMERICAN LEAGUEW WOMEN'S LIB 27 21 W' L
CHASERS 22';* 14 M VP-5 3 1

RANK OR TITLE rAGE..._ PHONE_ LATE CHARGERS 32' 12 L NAMTD 22 26 NARJAXNo.2 3 1
SAWBONES LEPRECHAUNS 21 27 VP-45 3 1
28 16
DUTY STATION SERVICE NUMBER BEES 26 18 STIFFS 191l 28',] MARTD 3.2
ADCOP QUACKS 12 32 HOSPITAL 2. 1
(This week's 26 18 1
games) FICEUR 2
BOOZERS 25 19
NavyMarineBowling VP-56 2 2
TEXAS ARKANSAS FUBARS 24 20 WEAPONS 1 3
HACKERS
18 22
SMU RICE... DRAGONS No.3 12 24 W L SUPPLY MARINE BKS 0 1 4 4
AIMD
12 32 MACKIE'S RAIDERS 4 0
MIAMI HOUSTON TOP FIVE
9 31 THE DRUNKS 3 1

WASHINGTON LITTLE BEARS 3 1 Intramural
.
SOUTHERN
CAL
.
PACIFIC LEAGUE AITTOBAHNSFRA.BR.91 3 1W

ALABAMA TENNESSEE L 1 3 Tennis
SPLITMAKERS 29 15 ANCHOR KLANKERS 1 3

MISSISSIPPI FLORIDA GOOD AND BAD 27 13 MAKEUPS 1 3 W .L
SPECIALS .24 20 STATION MAAs 0 4 VP-5 4 0

COLORADO OKLAHOMA FWF 24 20 FWF 4 0

VP-45 1AFEES 23 21 VP-56 2 1
WEST VIRGINIA _.TULANE IntramuralPistol t l "
23 21 HOSPITAL 2 2 "i o
CINCINATTI SPARKS 21 19 I. VP-45 2 2
LOS
ANGELES. .
DRAGONS No.2 19 25 MATSG 1 1

WASHINGTON I .____.._ DALLAS HUNTERS 16 20 AMERICAN LEAGUE W L VW-4 1 2
NUBS 6 34 NARJAX "1 2
WEAPONS 5 1 y
"
FAW-11 :/; 1 2
VP-45 5 1
CONTINENTAL LEAGUEW NDRC 1 3
TIE BREAKER: predict final score on the Colorado vs L MARTD 4 1 FICEUR 1:0' 3
:
mark.Oklahoma game. Indicate winners in other games by a check PATHFINDERS 45Vfe Wh AIMD '. 2VW4 2 4 3 NATTC 0' 3"CHECK

.
HAWKS '
Ballot boxes for NAS and Cecil Field are located at the Navy 39120t HOSPITAL' 1 4
CHIEFS 38 22
Exchange near the Lay-away counter and at Galley One. Ballots FAPL 1 4
HURRICANES 34 26
must be in by noon Friday each week or they won't be picked up. COMFAIRJAX 31 29 VP-5 1 5

.......,...,..........."..............................................................................................................................................................................................................,..,....,...,...,...,.......,...,..,....,...,...,...;...,...,...;...;...,...;...;...,...,...;...,...;."....; MARINE BKS 29 27 NATIONALLEAGUJ.;
ADPERS 28V2 231h W L
VP-62 28 28 FICEUR 6 0 *

NARU Predictor HOSPITAL 19& 36'/ii NATTC ,5} 1 A
DRAGONS No.4 19 33 MATSG 3 2
FUMBLERSTOOFUMBLERS 17. 43 NDRC 3 3 'MOTORS
15 41 FAW-11 3 3

Wins UPicEmJax ATLANTIC LEAGUE NFO NARJAX ',rr' .., 1 5 Lot!
Bargain
W L SUPPLY 0 7
YN3 Glenn S.< of NATTC, JOSN Richard DRAGONS No. 38 14 PLENTY OF VW's

Abbott of NARU came up Beck of Admin and ADRC REBELS 35 9 Intramural I & Other Foreign Makes

with last weeks winning U- Earl L. Jones of Com- BUSCH RADAR BUDS 17 28 32 :20 16 GolfAMERICAN and Compacts

Pic-Em ballot when he FairJax. GUTTER DUSTERS II. 22& 214 FROM $1 O |
guessed every game TARS 21ft 22K .' LEAGUECHIEFS 0TO

correctly except the '-_ 23 29 ", W L
"' NDRC
3te 1V4
VP-45No.2 2036
Miami Tulane -
vs game. 679th 3 1 $590
BUSCH LEAGUERS 16. 32
FAW-11 2 1
15
He won after his tie- CAG-20 13'' 29 AIR OPS 2 2 Full Price
FATSOG 35 SO To Choose
From
breaker came closer to the MATSG 2/ 2
NARJAX No. 1 2 2 BEST TRANSPORTATIONINJAX
14-13 Georgia vs Miss- NATIONAL LEAGUEW
L ADMINISTRATION 2 2 I
issippi score than four 1
NATTC 32 20 COMFAIRJAX p% 2'% 6566 NORMANDY BLVD.
other balloters who only FLAP JAX 31 21 AIMD 1 2 PHONE 781-4978

missed one game. GEMS 29 19 VW-4 0 3


The other four who out- '

guessed else

were HMC everyone T. T. Ramsey t FREE USE OF AN

of DVECC, A01 A. Toney IS MY PAINTING( DETWL6TIUNORMANDY
HARD.T Iff

...:....
ENGRAVING TOOLTO


711-2331 f GOLD SIG NITS

Normandy MollS THEATRE
139 Normandy 8Ivd.
'
RATED X ENGRAVE YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE NUMBER ON
JS
HELD OVER!
l' C
UNDER VALUABLE ARTICLES IN YOUR HOME IS AVAILABLE AT r
WILL BE ADMITTED THE FOLLOWING LOCATIONS:

FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK at LAKE SHORE 4617 San Juan AM \
\\ .u \
Cherry FIVE POINTS GUARANTY BANK 800 May St. ,,, !
s.
.....
_1IHarr111....rfIff: FLORIDA JR COLLEGE, Cumberland Campus, Bldg. C-S8 '; -

_. 1''if
> r VI MURRAY HILL BARNETT BANK 840 Edgewood Ave.

.NORMANDY ATLANTIC BANK 6545 Normandy Blvd.

tM"r WESTSIDE ATLANTIC BANK 4328 Banding Blvd.

JOIN OPERATION IDENTIFICATION AND STOP A THIEFI .

,. _.. :::: ",. ...d.._ I!.. .f.f14111t1C..S homel) With easy-to- .. .iI
I you've 1II..11HOSF...111- SOL'O' ) : "Operation Identification"! an excellent plan for burglar-proofing your an :.
never :- use engraving tool, you can permanently Identify your valuables by engraving them with you
l:cCIIC.'S... -.NIJV .iW Florida Driver's License Number. :
.:_
'crs Weepers! == Fill out the card you will receive and return It to the Office of the Sheriff where ,It will be kept on

...is the on lo see I file for identification purposes.

Produced and Oirtcltd: b,[[RUsS-ri Y II) Affix decals (which the Sheriff's office will send you) to your front and back doors to warn a

would-be burglar that your house is protected by Operation Identification. He probably will not
Russ Meyer's enter.and you will have STOPPED A THIEFI I I ; ."


for a high time!)
SOUTHWEST COUNCIL, JACKSONVILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE


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1 CECIL FIELD OPEN HOUSE .


NEWEST APARTMENT CONCEPTIN LIVING Sunday, 5 November 1972 I I

,
1.2 3 BEDROOM, 1 AND 2 BATHS
Spacious rooms, wide windows; Kingsley Honoring POW's/MIA's
central heat & air cond. Private
patios, sundecks, swimming pool Arms .':.;','
and party room. I ". "'
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264-8102 Thunderbirds F I ; ,
1800 ,'. '. '
KINGSLEY AVE. HONDA" ; .
DIRECTIONS: Between Blanding Golden Knights
Blvd' &,
Orange Park Minutes ,.
away via new I 1295. MOTORS&CYCLES CO. ,
f.J! 4949 BLANDING BLVD. {
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=t? PHONE 771-8244 I Glider Flights ; (

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"We're been playing with our bed again, daren't we, Wentworth?"


TI !1Y11TI ./>, 'N_>"I! 4f::" :'.{ *.,';:'q't:1.fD f m;& NOW HEAR THIS!
.,' ,)f$" "4'J-< ':, 'F4'.! ,'. ''I": ,'.1r. 'i3:,.,

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JAX AIR NEWS-LATWINGER PAGE 19

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Defense Dominates Intramural Play I
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JAX SPORT
I rfl. BRIEFS Jax In the five games that while Lyles scored a touchdownand half. The second half saw Woods

were played in Intramural Flair and Lewis added two- come up with a safety for

Football last week only one team pointers. Askew came up with MARTD and Myers a touchdownfor
came up with more than nine NDRC's only score of the af the winner.

COMFAIRJAX FOOTBALL TIMER AND JUDGE CLINIC points in a week where defenses ternoon.
TOURNEY Jax-The Navy Jax Swin Team dominated. FAW-11 and Martd finished up MATSG and FATSOG were

jax .- The ComFairJax is sponsoring a Timers and Hospital started things off last the week with another game of scheduled to play last week but

Football Tournament will be Judges Clinic to qualify people week when they downed Weapons defense that saw FAW-11 emerge FATSOG failed to show and

played at NAS Jax October 20-27. who wish to officiate at AAU 8-6 with the margin of victory victorious 6-2. Both teams were MATSG was declared the winnerby

The winner of the tournamentwill sanctioned swim meets. It will be being provided by a safety scoreless at the close of the first forfeit.

represent ComFairJax in the held at the NAS Indoor Pool, on credited to Finley. Hospital had
CinCLantFlt Championships to Saturday, October 28 at 9 a.m. to battle back from a 8-0 halftime Intramural Football Standings

be held at NS Norfolk, November The clinic isfree of charge and deficit to even up their record at
NATIONAL LEAGUE
5-5. Baker scored the other six AMERICAN LEAGUE
in the Com- 16
6-10. All games anyone years or older is W' L
FairJax Tourney will be playedon welcome. points for Hospital while Leahy W L 9 ,
PUBLIC WORKS 1
the fields.next to the NATTC FLORIDA N.C.TICKETS gave Weapons their 6-0 halftime MARINE BARRACKS 8 0 NAIUAX 7 1
AVAILABLEJax lead. VP-45 7 1
picnic grounds on Allegheny.
MATSG 7 2
vp-S and VW-4 locked in
up a VW-4 5 3
BASKETBALL OFFICIALS Special ($3.50)) tickets to NDRC 5 4
MEETINGJax the December 9 football defensive battle the following dayon AIR OPS 4 4
game FAW-ll 5 5
between the south field and when the FICEUR 3 5
An organizational Florida and North
HOSPITAL 5 5
dust had cleared VP-5 out 6
came 2
VP-5 -
meeting for all personnel interested Carolina in the Gator Bowl are MARTD 2 6
with 7-6 overtime Both 7
a victory. COMMUNICATIONS 1
in officiating during the now available for pick up atSpecial WEAPONS 3 7
teams were scoreless for the first VP-56 1 7
intramural basketball season will Services by persons who FATSOG 0 10
half but in the second half,
beheld October 25 at 11:30 a.m. in ordered them.POWER .
Chapman crossed the goal line
Room of $OAT CLUB OUTING
the Conference Bldg.
for VP-5 and Heath crossed at the
704. The basketball season is Jax All hands are invited to opposite end of the field for VW-4. The Flying "R" has it all. ,
participate'in the Jax
scheduled to begin on November Navy VP-5 penetrated the deepest ....
Power Boat Club's to
trip during the overtime period and
13.BASKETBALL
MEETINGJax Daytona Beach on Saturday,
awarded and the l-.
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victory. t
meeting for all units and com- the Jax Marina at 9 a.m. and will .,
While the VP-5 vs VW-4 game tt 'f )
mands interested in participatingin stay overnight at the Daytona was in progress another overtime
the upcoming NAS Basketball Power Squadron facilities. For
game NAS being played on the i
season will be held October 25 at more information and to make north field. This one involved Air

9:30: a.m.ln the Conference Roomof reservations call Jerry Stens at Ops and FICEUR. Air Ops held HORSES BOARDED :,
Bldg. 704. All units and com- 3120 or 264-3239 or Earl Bennett at the advantage at halftime on a '
mands interested should have 389-1524. touchdown by Hansen and a two- Three barns with twelve stalls.each for boarding of ,
Double size stalls available. Pasture and ,
horse.
LADIES GOLF TOURNAMENT your I\'Y.
team representative in at
pointer by Fireson. In the second wooded trail riding area.RIDING /t
tendance. RESULTSJax half Henderson came up with' a ..... .. .
ROD AND GUN CLUB OUTINGJax -The Ladies Golf Associa- touchdown and a two-pointer to LESSONS ,' .
The NAS Jax Rod and tion held a' tournament at the pull his FICEUR team into a 8-8

Gun Club will hold a membershipdrive NAS Jax Golf Course last week tie at the end of regular play.The A unique training system for teaching equestrians. Five
and charter night outing at and the winners, runner-ups and momentum changed hands in the training rings allow the rider to advance to different
stages of development.Each ring Is designed to teach a
the Skeet Club from 5:30: to 9 p.m. winners on putts in the individual overtime period, however,as Air particular phase of riding.A .
on October 20. All interested flights are as follows: 1st Flight. Ops penetrated deepest and'won

military and civilian personnelare Hilden Hart, Lannie Davis and the game 9-8. new manager,Mrs. Roberson Is licensed and has 30 years of horse
invited.Guest speaker will be Ruth Bolin; 2nd Flight Ruth Ann NarJax was the only team who handling experience. Insurance Is carried on both rider and horse.

Charlie Williams of Radio WTLV. Kozak, Cynthia Taeusch and managed to break loose last week
Come on out and bring the wife June Watson and Neldia Bradt; when they came up with a 30-6< ""THE FLYING "R" BOARDING STABLES:

and kids. Hot dogs and cokes are 3rd Flight Berv McAleer, Gen win over NDRC. Braswell scored
free. Stone and Dot White. three touchdowns and a two- i .::T :- 5268 neth- _._STREET.- .- # PHONE 778.0735 ---=T,

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) :" Draws 51 Entries
It ',' -: : ,: Navy Day Regatta I


\ Jax The annual Navy Day Cruisers Class A-Jim Ray in a :
) Regatta was held at the NAS Jax Morgan 27 ((1st),Dick Horton in a
y Marina last Sunday with a total of Morgan 27 ((2nd) and Harry JI "
f 51 boats entered in eight Individual Johnson in a Tartan 30 ((3rd).
I' classes. Cruisers Class B-Herb Elphick
The first boats across the finish in a Morgan 24 ((1st),Henry Milesin """
line took about four hours to a Venture 24 ((2nd) and Max w,
cover the 15 mile course as the Kornwebel in a Morgan 24 ((3rd),
early morning winds died down to Open Class -Myles Standish in p ,
a breeze in the latter stages of the a Sunfish ((1st), Lloyd Standish in
race. a Sunfish ((2nd) and Dave
Capt. William G. Sizempre, Mayfield in a Fly Scott ((3rd).
NAS CO, was on hand to presentall Snipes-Andrew Fox ((1st), Bert
the winners with their awards. Verwey ((2nd) and Richard
Among those Capt. Sizemore Burroughs ((3rd). -'
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congratulated was Lt. Ken Hespe Bantams Dutch Nix ((1st). I (
of CAG-20,who captured the High Thistles Robert Butler ((1st) _
Military Trophy in a Hobie 16. and John Fox ((2nd).
The winners in the individual Hobie 14 Bubba Ball ((1st)
classes were: Hobie 16 Bryan Cox ((1st* k-


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