Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00962
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 19, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
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System ID: UF00028307:00962

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Under Secrefflry'Baird Ii I

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.' Under Secretary of the Navy 3rd Amphibious Corps. He t
:, .M Charles F. Baird will be aboard was recalled to active duty dur- j
; the air station today ,to speakat ing the Korean hostilities and I
a luncheon meeting of the local served as a captain with the Ma-
'M "Y"
't Armed Forces Management rines. I Il'
Association chapter.The .
under secretary will dis- .
cuss "Progress In Solving the ,
Navy's Management Problems," "

t ,at the Officers' Club manage- t '
,,. '' *w :, t. ."+- ment group's 11:45 morning r: 4
meeting. e
ht tR 1.
Under Secretary of the Navy ;
} since August 1,. Baird entered
k government service as financial
management under secretary for
.. f ,the Navy after leaving private s
a '' c business in 1965.
The former Marine officer's .\
topic will be delivered to local
AFMA members Navy officers 1
and civilian employees in mana-
et gerial positions. i
A. W T i 1y
1 M i 9 d ,dtiwdi Baird is a Dartmouth College
graduate and in 1960 he completed -
the Advanced Management
Under SecNav Baird
Program at Harvard University
Graduate School of Business Ad-

,ministration. During his commercial bus-
"t- During WW n, he served in iness career,the under secretary
.. the Pacific with the rank of lieutenant held a variety positions In such .
TOUR HERE'-Universlty of Florida homecoming'sweetheart finalist ((1 to r) Patty Bohannon, with the 3rd Marine Division places as New York, Paris andLondon.
Janice Blewend and Carol Sfe////// wished Marine LCp//. Stanley L. Logan of Jacksonville a and in China with the j

'happy 21st Birthday while visiting patients at the Naval/ Hospital, The girl selected home- Adm.- Moorer- Delivers- -

'coming sweetheart will be announced? of the F/a/ -Vanderbilt game Ode 28. Logan was wound

ed In Vietnam. ,,1

I O Jax Navy Day AddressNavy

Day is October 27, ,
and Adm. Thomas H. Moorer ,. <
r'' chief of Naval Operations will be : !
in Jacksonville to help mark local t
observance of the Navy's 192nd
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:. 25 NO. 30 V u.<.NAYUUR STATION jCKXnyiLLt. rL&RIDA' OCTOBER 19, 1967'Rework. four -star officer will
speak on the "Surge of Sea Power -
at 8 p.m. Navy Day at the

"E.acilityS i c h.d.le., Jacksonville:Nav ''and Marine Civic'aviation Auditorium.cadets
( .: .
4 *',from .the Naval ;Air.Basic I
Training Command atJPensacola,
will,present a Flag Pageant depicting -
Engineer Technique Seminar the history our country

through the change in the nation's. j 1j

The Naval Air Rework Facility don as part of standard Navy Engineering> I Training Agency, flag.Ten cadets will be dressed in
will host a two week seminaron :; requipmenr. Value engineering 'Rock Island (W.) Arsenal military uniforms that were
value engineering> tecnmques approaches the study of items Also attending will be re worn when a flag of a particular I
beginning Monoav. from a variety of :views. Stud- presentatives from commercial period of U. S. history is pre- Admiral Moorer

UuDoed PAVE. -- Principlesand ents will 'seek answers to companies that provide equipment sented in the pageant. Seventeen Tickets for the Navy Day Program
Applications of Value Engineering such questions as, "Is the item to Defense agencies. flags that portray influences In! will be available free of 1
-- 40 Departmentof serving its designed purpose functional -I Coordinator for the seminaris our country's past will be in charge at major tenant activities -
Defense personnel will attend 1v. at the lowest possible L. J. Sellers of the local clud .d. ofNASJacksonville.Anyone i

the seminar under the sponsor-: cost and with the greatest a- facility's Quality Assurance De- The 50 piece Naval Air Bas unable to obtain a ticket may call ;
ship of the Naval Air Systems mount of efficiency?" partment. ic Training Command Band under the Public Affairs Office, COM-
Command and the Office of Civilian Study projects will Include Capt. C. T. Faulders Jr.,commanding the direction of Arthur L. Sym- FAIRJAX, extension 2591. j
Manpower Management, wheels from Navy jets and small officer of the Rework ington accompanies the ,cadet's -
,. Washington, D. C. aluminum covers that fit over a Facility, said the seminar will performance.Since lost Sail Clvb
Students uill get a first hand section of the engine. The "assure the development of significant its debut in June 1962, i
indoctrination Into the prindples students will have the job of cost reduction savings." the pageant has gained national

of value engineering. Following coming up recommendations | PO Certificates | acclaim performances throughthe Hosts RegattaSome i
initial lectures on such diver- on the possible redesign or replacement United States before an estimated .
sified subjects as"Problem solvIng ,of the study items. New Petty Officer Certificates two million Americans. of the top sailors In the
and Creativity" and ,"Cost Opening 'the seminar will be of Appointment will be presentedto Jacksonville NavyLeague, Southeast will be competing for j
Estimating "' the students will be RAdm. Daniel K. Weitzenfeld, personnel upon advancementto Chamber of Commerce and the top honors in the second annual I
broken into, small research., of the Naval Air Systems Com- pay grades E-4, E-5, E-6, chamber's Armed Services Committee '''Navy Day Regatta which will !
teams. mand,who will speak at the first beginning with the advancementsfrom are sponsoring the local be held October '29 at NAS Jax.
Reserach teams will select session Monday" the August examination. Navy Day observances. Approximately 150 parts j
one of the prepared projects and Instructors for'the course will cipants are expected to register I
analyze its'design, cost and func be from the Army Management for the Regatta, and about 70 I
boats comprising 15 different :i
Region of Merit Medal classes are slated for the rac- (
ing events which are sponsoredby I
the NAS Sailing Club. j
Awarded Officer Each class must have threeor J
; Supply more boats and the classesare A''
? divided into three divisions: I
Capt. Donald A. Hempson, NAS Jax supplyofficer, has been cited fast, medium and slow. a
for the Legion of Merit by President Johnson. Four classes comprise the fast
Secretary of the Navy, Paul R. Ignatius stated In the accompanying division: Star, Thistle, Catamaran ,
citation: "For exceptionally meritorious service from June ,.. ;. 4H and Flying Dutchman !
1964 through June 1967 as l advisor to the Director, and 1 r : The fast division will be the ;
'. member of the Commander in Chief U. S. Atlantic Fleet Reserve : main event of the Regatta witha r
P Management Planning Group, as chairman Operation Forces AE', four'mile race.
1. Working Group; as member of special committees on allocation :'\" The medium division Includes t
'". of CINCLANTFLT military and civilian personnel augmentation ., the Rebel Windmill, Fireball,
;' ,for resource management. Captain Hempson successfully developed Snipe, Bantam, Gannett, and Day ,
the conceptual and operational guidance for the CINCLANTFLT Sailer. The medium division
' Resource Management Planning Group and Its subordinate working w races will be three and three
, groups." H lw rb quarters miles long.
I. The citation continued: "He was personally responsible for Pelican Sailfish, Sunfish and .
planning, developing and coordinating the implementation of the Optimist are the classes which "
Afloat Consumption Cost Effectiveness Surveillance System; !and s' make up the slow division. This ,.
I was principal contributor to the development of the Naval Comptroller r a ; is the division in which the young- ,|
Interim Cost Reporting System for the Operating Forces" sters get to show their sailing
further stated: "In addition, Captain Na ability by competing with other j
repress 1psOperatians
to the CommandeV In Chief 'rof. : young sailors of the same age. 4
Review Group By his outstanding accomplishments inspiring WHO'S 'BOSS..Sue Zellft caught up with her husband, .Bill The top contenders from the '
;devotion duty, he upheld thehighest traditions of the United Jacksonville area will be George ,'
StatesMaval Service, (center), at least rank wise Monday when she sewed on her Brown and Ed Burroughs in the

V.2 Captain Hempson was presented vlth/the.. Le 1tlim'D(/Merit.A Vjd.al, .Urshcl. .as.. .COW.Sh..w. .. .c..ne.oI53.. Y . ROs. : .W O.IeC8V.eJ.'p'/O".. .'. . 't. .
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lEditorial\ View PointsNightmares r\ _


May Haunt , Edward's Chapel

SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m.

and 11 a.m.DAILY .
Forgetful Car TradersBy MASS- ll:30a.m.,
Gary Ward 1 CONFESSIONS - Saturday
5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.7-7:30 p.m. "

Your old jalopy has just about had it, so you decide to trade it in ;'' .,.
on a new or used car. Before you trade it you wash it, shine it U.S. Naval Hospital
up and try to make it look better to raise the trade in value. But
you've forgotten one very simple, yet most important task.
You think to yourself, "I've cleaned it inside and out, I've got SUNDAY MASS -eo. -8 a.m.
the title and I've got the money. I know there's something else I
should do, but I can't remember what." j PROTESTANT
You proceed to go to new and used car lots to look over the "beau
ties" to pick out the one that fits you and your bank account.
Finally, there it is, the car and the deal you've been looking for Looks nice," says w/fe-Mr //tmpson, looks at the/ Legion/ All/ 'Saints Chapel

over the past few months. You make the deal and drive off in your of Merit Medal which has just been presented to her husband
new car and look back once more at your old jalopy. There is still Copf. Donald A. Hempson, by Capt. M.J. Stack. (See storyon DIVINE SERVICE .- -10 a.m.
SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 a.m.pelAnnexBldg.722 .
something haunting youtelling you there is something you've for- Page 1)).
Months go b> and you forget all about the old car, and you go CHURCH SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
about your daily job and everything goes along smoothly. Hope Displaces Dispair Chapel Center, Bldg. 751
Then it happens I It is the middle of the night and you are awak- WEDNESDAY
ened by loud knocks at the front door. You sleepily stumble to the Choir Rehersal - 7 p.m.

door and open it. You're confronted by a policeman who says, Through ContributionsToday THURSDAY
"You're under arrest." Young Adult Group 7 p.m,
The next thing you know you're down at the police station dazed for Christian Science :Service
of tell that with is day for thoseof National Society : -
the all. charged
by unreality it They you you are pay
robbery and first degree murder I us who are fortunate enoughto Crippled Children and Adults SECOND MOND ; Each Month; ;
Finally, after being subjected to what seems to you like millionsof be physically and mentally Chapel Women's Guild -
ridiculous questions, you find that a man fitting your description able to work. However, there This program provides* care - 930am.
robbed a bank, killed a man and was driving the old car you are many people less fortunatewho and treatment and other services (Chapel Center)
traded in months ago. have no way to better them- annually to nearly 250,000 handicapped -
Here is when it hits you, and hits you hard I You suddenly remember selves because of circumstances people in the United U.S. Naval Hospital
that little something you forgot to do before tradingcars. beyond their control. States and Puerto Rico.
But the circumstances ARE
The police finally let you go after they find that the car doesn't NOT beyond our control and we International Service AgenciesThe SUNDAY SERVICE10 a.m.
belong to you anymore and that you could not possibly be the man can help these people to help
who committed the crimes. themselves through our contrib- International Service
You return home after many hours of embarrassment, confusionand utions to the Combined Federal Agencies include: Traffic
bewilderment. This entire nightmare was caused by one little Campaign.This .
simple thing you forgot to do -- SCRAPE THE NAS DECAL OFF one-time solicitation of American Korean FoundationThe
the bumper of your car. the voluntary Health and welfare
The above story is just hypothetical and perhaps this sort of Fund, National Health and Intern- American-Korean Found- Violations
thing would never happen. However, you can be fined for leavingthe ational Agencies is in progressnow ation helps Korea stand against
NAS decal on your old trade in car. in the Jacksonville area. communism and become self-
1 To be on the safe side be sure you remember to perform the This week we take\ a look,at" supporting through vocational
simple task_ of scrapping off the NAS decal before you trade cars. the National Health Agencies and training for orphans, 4-H Club The following is a report of
the International Service Agen- support, scholarships and med- motor vehicle accidents and traf-
ical services. fic violations for the period Oct.
cies.The National Health Agencies 10 through Monday.
Understand Policy include: Project Hope Number of Accidents.
National Society for Prevention The hospital ship S.S.HOPE -5
This Week - - -
of Blindness. carries teachinghealing Total Accidents this year' through
Seeking to prevent needless programs to developing nationson Monday - - 289
By Reading Contract blindness through early detection three continents. Number of Accidents through Oct.
the Society has public
programs 1966 - - -
and professional education pro- CARE Total numbers of days since
The Importance of adequate life insurance coverage cannot be grams for eye research. CARE delivers life-giving last injury in a motor vehicle
emphasized too strongly. It not only provides financial security food, self-help: and medical aid accident ----------6
for our families in the event something happens to us, but servesas The American Cancer SocietyTo to million of needy men, women Number of ViolationsThis

a savings program, an investment and a foundation for: financial protect yourself,you should and children around the world. Week - - -43
growth.It know cancer's warning signals Yes, today is day for
Speeding - - -12
is particularly important to the servicemen and women assignedto and have a yearly health checkup. many of us and before we spend Reckless Driving ------1;

the Republic of Vietnam.Due The American Cancer Society all of our nay check we should Going through Stop Sign -3
to the increase in military personnel assigned to combat fights cancer on three fronts: give our fair share to help the Other Violations27
zones, a number of commercial insurance companies have included research, education and service. less fortunate people of the world. Thirty drivers appeared before -
restrictive war clauses or exclusion riders in their pollcies.Many
of these policies are purchased by personnel already ordered to Muscular Dystrophy Assoc. the Traffic Hearing Boardat
who do realize that the 'limi( be the meeting held on Tuesday.
a combat zone not policies pro- This program supports an in- Regatta Disposition of the cases includedthe
tection to their beneficiaries.
tematonal scientific researchand
following: Ten lost drivingand
Premium can create additional obstacles. Normally,
payments nationwide patient care
pro- (Continued aboard
an insurance contract is not valid until the insurance company has which brings hope and from Pg. I) parking privileges
gram station for various periods Eighteen -
received the first premium payment. In cases where payment may comfort to millions afflicted by fast division and Bert Verwey and
not be received for as long as two months, during which time the dystrophy and related neuro- Fred Collins In the medium divi- eight were-assigned hour course to completean in re -
insurance is not in force.
muscular diseases. sion.
Delays in the allotment system can further postpone the effective The rules of the North American medial received driving at NATTC Five
date of insurance coverage.To American Heart AssociationThe suspensions Five were
YachtRaci Union will
be sure that your family will receive the insurance benefits, American Heart Associa- ern the racing event and gov-two given warnings; One was dismissed -
follow a few simple rules when purchase commercial insurance ; Fourteen were finedU.
you tion spearheads increasingly launching and
ramps a crane ( S. Commissioner); and Two
: successful programs against will be available at the club. referred
to officersfor
Read the contract thoroughly and make sure you understand all heart and blood vessel diseases Trophies will be awarded at commanding
of it. (Your legal office can explain it for you and advise you ac- affecting 22 million Americans. the clubhouse immediately following possible disciplinary action.
Twenty three drivers were assessed -
cordingly.) Heart disease accounts for more the last race.
AT LEAST month's in cash with the a total of 61 points.
Pay two premium application deaths than all other causes com-
and indicate that the insurance company is, in fact, receiving pay- bined. .
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ment.(AFPS) National Association for Re-
tarded Children

Marines Invited to Birthday Ball Through research, the pro- JAX. .A.IR NE'W'S
gram establishes well-rounded I

All retired and active duty Jay's Band from 8:30 p.m. to community programs and pro-
Marine staff noncommissioned 1:30 a.m. vides better care for America's The J AX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
officers in the Jacksonville area LadiesIress will be semi- six million mentally retarded. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
have been Invited to attend a Mar- formal or formal. Men on active Cystic Fibrosis Research Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company,
ine Corps Birthday ball on Nov- duty will wear Dress Blue (Med- FoundationThis a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX
ember 10 at the Cedar Hills als or Ribbons) or Winter Ser- program heads the fight AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Of-
National Guard Armory.The fice, for 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 10:00 noon onMonday
fibrosis which
vice "A". Dress for retired against cystic
before publication. News items
invitation was sent by the are welcomed from all
Marines will be the same as an inherited disorder that causes sources Telephone 772 3118 or 3119.
staff Noncommissioned Officersof above or appropriate civilian chronic lung disease in American
the Marine Aviation Detach- clothing.$ babies, children and young adults. Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and quer
ment, Marine Barracks, Naval les concerning such should be directed to
Retired Marines March of Dimes :
Air Station,Marine Barracks Cecil in the Jackson-
Field and I & I Staff, 4th ville area can get Informationand The National Foundation of the The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.

.. Amphibious BattaUeo, USMGR, make reservations for the March of Dimes is the largest, Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755.
J acb vWe. evening by contacting Sgt. W.C. single voluntary health organization -
Admission will be $15 for Hamblin at 772.3014 days or 781- fighting birth defects. These
j couples and $7.50 single, for 4979 evenings and weekends. afflictions cripple more than VOL. 25 NO. 30 OCTOBER 19, 1967t' .

drinks and dinner. Music for' Reservations should be made 250,000 of our infants each
dancing will be played by Charlie before November 3. year. .

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October 19, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3

.I Career Talk : ADCOP. A 'Critic' Silver Screen Preview Iv Marian Drew --- -I

There is a motion picture which pesky and very greedy girl and and who 'Js supposedly to have f
The purpose of A D COP Pensacola Junior College. will soon be Jacksonville which appears to like radishes and a seduced a girl and his family no
is to raise the general educational contains all of the mistakes of the raw turnips with the din still longer speaks to him. How corny
level of enlisted naval Applicants are encouragedto industry for the past thirty years.It clinging. This girl is a bit cruel can you get? ,t
personnel by providing the opportunity list their school preferences is based on a first novel that and may be the original female The other gentleman is a sim- (
for highly qualified and however the final dicision of college was a literary disaster althoughit villian. She delights in pering pretty boy who reads i
career motivated sailors'to attain selections will be based upon sold quite a few copies. forcing her younger sister to poetry and cant chop wood. He
an associate degree as course of study credit given Of the leading players in the perform heavy labor and has lit- is the one who is married to ;
full time students at a civilian for prior college and or Navy movie only one is now alive tle compunction about killing the nice girl and is led astray h
college. Basic eligibility service schools and ability to which should the heroine. (
give you some idea people. She is also morally a by wicked
requirements for 1968 enroll- complete the associate degree of the antiquity of the film. The total loss which should delightthe The whole thing is a story !'
ment are as follows: requiremnts at the collegein scenery in places is obviously hip generation. about a country which never existed -
Must he a citizen of the U. S. less than two years. and the of the
phoney spectical a There is also a sickly female no matter what car I
May be male or female, marriedor Upon graduation' ADCOP students English woman trying to slur who is disgustingly.. sweet and bumpers say. ;
single. will be ordered to billets her "R's" is a farce. as in all good melodrama died, If you would like a fe w good '
Must be at least 25 but not over afloat and ashore in accordancewith The music from the film has in the end. And .naturally our: laughs at the ways of the old
40 at time of application. existing distribution policies degenerated into a football March nasty heroine who has pilfereu movie makers their paintedsets
Must be high school graduateor for the Dixie Redcoat Band of
that is, to billets callingfor this dear lady's husband is present and melodrama their attempts -
have completed three years of their specific grade Georgia and has been used to and weeping in contri at high comedy and their
high school and possess a GED and NEC. pay cheer a ex governor into of- tion. It's a riot. hopeless sentimentality try to
equivalency certificate or a fice.The Let's not leave out the men of see this movie.
diploma issued by a state department Application deadline for the film tells the story of a the story. One is a tall, dark Many of you have probably already -
of education or auth- class convening in September fool hardy Irishman who has no thoroughly bad pirate completewith seen the show and some ev- >
orized high school with a gradein 1968 is 31 January 1968. For better sense than to go Jumping black moustache who ram- en see it several times to watch <
the 50th percentile or abovein more information contact Chief around on horses in his old age. bles around and makes a fortune It get older. It's called "Gone <
each of the test areas. Casson at ext. 206. It Is also the story of a rather from the troubles of his friends With The Wind."
Must be a graduate of a class
"A" school and a class "B"
school.A .

For stituted class those for"C, a who school class do may"B"no have be school.sub-a EX-MEMBERS (to be) OF THE ARMED SERVICES

"A" school, "B" school or"C" I .
equivalent, 12 college credits : (!',; ..S ." '
may be substituted.
Must be a career petty officer : : : : : .,... :: j'
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Must have no record of con- "' '1 ___________ .
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viction by Summary Special, or g'Sn.:
general court martial con- k'r} ,}
viction by a civil court, for any
offense other than minor traffic -
violations or more than two
commanding officers non -Judi- ?7 4}{:;. ,. :.: I
cial punishments during the past -' -
two year period.
Must be enlisted in the regular

Navy and have completed at least ,.."... .',....... '.. .
one or more enlistments.Must S.WT*: ie
agree to extend period of \ )\ '
enlistment or re enlist fpr ;

six years at the time of entry l4 \ ". < : .
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October 19, $1967

I I NATT ft..1110. The Scene, I Ladies Exercises Can Be FunCan .. "i

fitness exercisesbe session beginning at 9 a.m. twice the world".
By Tom Raker physical There is a weight room that
fun as well as a Rood way weekly.
Exercises are led by Mrs. offers a variety of reducing'
to shed unwanted weight or keepIn
Freedman. The 20 or machines. such as vibrators and
shape? In the opinion of some Hylah machines.The .
50 women who gather aboard the so exercises take In the jog exerow
r* air station every Tuesday and and jump, scissors, rocking women give a variety
the classes
I Thursday morning to exercise chair, mule kick, flutter and reasons why they enjoy -
1 be fun.Dieting others; all designed to reduce ranging from "I feel great
--4 or trying to maintaina and firm the hips, thighs, waist- and have more energy", lilt is
something to do" to "It Is a
nice shape is not accomplished line and bust.
merely by eliminating certain At 10 a.m. the women are freeto chance to get away from the
fatty foods from a diet. Attempts use the steam room or the children.
to lose unwanted pounds swimming pool. Mrs. DonRoss, Whatever the best reason may
should be supplementedby proper a Red Cross water' safety Instructor be, ,the club cannot guarantee-

amounts of exercise that aid the >

% body in reducing extra weight and
', -E'm increasing muscle tone. Firm
muscles not only make a person
look better, but also make a
person feel bounder and health

housewives think theygeta
sufficient amount of exercise
cleaning house and chasing after
SCHOOL TWOSOME AEC Thomas A. Hargadonna an AE/A their children. As one woman

school instructor, presented his son, Samuel a certificate of said, "Most housewives do geta
graduation from the school' on October 12. lot of exercise daily,. but not
the right kind."
Receiving his certificate was NATTC CO, Capt. R. P. Kline, A woman who desires to lose
an extra special occasion for presented advancement certifi weight or maintain a shapely fig-
AE3 Samuel E. Margadonna when cates to 23 men Monday morning. ure can either join a possibly
he graduated from AE/A Schoolon The advancements cams zs a result expensive reducing club or else LADIES EXERCISES '-Sne., 50 wn gam' every Tuesday
October 12. The man who of the August 19 7'Navy- join the exercise club here at land Thursday morning for a round of exercising, swimming, use
presented him with the certificate wide examinations. The men no cost. The women who join of reducing machines and steam.room.

shook his hand and offered advanced were: A03 H. C. Ar- this club receive no booby prize is available for swim- that a woman will lose weight or
congratulations was his nold, AE3 G. D. Baker, AE3 for gaining a few pounds while ming lessons. unwanted Inches from her mea-
father, AEC Thomas A. Mar- M. W. Beasley, AE3 A. Bedard, enrolled reducing clubs
as some The women can also use the surements, but as most of the
gadonna. AE3 P. A. Biedrzycki' AE3 K. award. There are also the added steam room following the exer- women said, they feel great and
Chief Margadonna is now an N. Capps, AE3 R. P. Cerone, benefits of weight reducing equip- cises. The 130 degree temp- have a good time.Membership .
instructor inAE/A SchoolPhasebut AE3 O. G. Frederick, AE3 G. ment, steam room and use of a erature opens the skin pores Is open to any interested -
he arrived here too late to W. Frush, A03 M. C. King, swimming pool. and relaxes the muscles and in woman. Just come to
have his son in a class. AE3 J. E. Leather, AE3 F. A. The women meet at the Indoor the words of one woman"makesyou Bldg. 614 at 9 a.m. on Tuesdayor
The two men, the first such Lumsden, Jr., AE3 G. M. Ma- pool, Bldg. 614 for a two-hour feel like you could conquer Thursday and enroll.
twosome in AE school in over a garuh, A03 A. L. Maio, AE3R.
served in the S. Matheny, AE3 A. E. Phil-
year, together DatesWashington
Philippines and Vietnam before Ipps, Jr., A03 B. E. Reome, DOD Sets Christmas Mailing
reporting here. AE3 R. T. Shay, AE3 R. R.Sullk,
Chief Margadonna continue AE3 L. A. Tice, AE3, K. A. (AFPS) -- Early personnel will receive air tran- Gifts should be securely wrap
his instructor duties while his Toohey, AE3 A. L. Torgerson, mailing dates for Christmas sportation on a space available ped in cartons of wood, metalor
son goes to.VA -, 46 at Cecil Jr., and A03 S. H. Watty. cards and giftS'to Armed Forces basis between the continental U.S. double-faced corrugated fiber
Field. ******** personnel overseas have been an- and overseas areas Including board. Fragile items should be
******** AO/B School graduated four nounced by the Department of De- Vietnam. surrounded by cushioning mater-
men on October 10. fense and the U.S. Post Office Parcels and greeting cards ials such as excelsoir or shred .
51. JIM lody Shop Cdr R. K. Kunkle,superintendent Department.: sent by airmail should be mail- ded paper. Matches,lighter fluid '
of ordnance training, pre First class parcels weighingmore ed between December 1 throughthe and similar flammable items are
,Expert Painting, Body sented certificates to AOC LewisP. than five pounds should be 11.CO. prohibited. Mailers are reminded -
& Fender RepairWeldingeFree Bee AO2 R. Monroe AO3 1L. mailed by November 11. Greet- that thousands of packages
Estimates p. Stalinas, and AOl L. V. ing cards and parcels weighingless to PresideAt may fail to reach their destina-
Tipton. Bee, who finished with than five pounds and not mea- tion because they were poorly
5013 San Juan Ave. 389-3634* the l highest average, was cho- suring more than 60 inches in UNA MeetCapt. wrapped or addressed Incorrectly -
sen honorman for the class. length and width should be mailed Martin J. Stack, NAS or Illegibly. To insure
between Saturday and Dec- commanding officer, will presideat delivery, both mailing and return
ember 1, if mailed first class. the annual United Nations Week addresses should be placed inside

First class mail addressed to05ajuan luncheon In the Regency Roomof packages.
the Mayflower Hotel at noon
on October 26.
Ellwood N. Roblnold, who has
been diplomat in residence and
associated with the Universityof
Florida Political Science department fro
will be the guest

: '.'. < i Q,2dLas.) ; speaker.

Adm. Hylcmd to Assume

San Juan at Niblick Pacific Fleet Command

Phone/ 384 4406
Washington (AFPS--Adm.John .

1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms J. Hyland, commander,
Garden Type Apartmentswith Seventh Fleet, Is scheduled to
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RAdm. William F. Bringle, for
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Most of the Scheduled Airlines of the U.S.A. have this special -
fare available to Military Travelers on leave. You can makea 59 Opel 2 Door
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the week and on some days during the holiday period.

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Checkup 6 d ,

Urged : I

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If you have worked long enough
under the social security law,you
and your dependents can get
monthly social security insurance -
benefits when you retireor
: if you should become disabled.
jj- Monthly benefits can also be paidto ,
certain members of your a
family when you die.
Co// H.N. K/rfcmon director of These benefits will depend on
(Cl) Florida Department of I
the earnings credited to aYS ,?
yoursocial :
Public Safety, discussed upcoming November ,Armed Forces- security record.To .
State of Florida Traffic Safety Workshop with/ Cap MJ. check on your Social Security -
Stack (L), CO of NAS, and Copt. P.K. B/esfc/ chief of staff record, clip the coupon

COMFAIRJAX ,during an executive meeting held October 12.NARF's below, paste it firmly to a post-
al card, and mail it to: Social
Security Administration. Box Copt. C.T. Foulders Jr., commanding officer of NARF, pre-
Exhibits To Be 57, Baltimore Maryland 21203. sen ted a 20 year pin to his personal secretary, Mrs. Ann

You will receive a confidential House, in a ceremony held/ Oct. 5.
Featured at Jax FairThe statement of the earnings cre- '
dited to your record Current PromotionOpportunities
Greater Jacksonville tair engines, ejection seats and a special In filling out the card] be sure .
will feature exhibits from the display from General Elec- to give your Social Security number -
Naval Air Rework Facility here tric.Personnel 0 and name exactly as they Listedmerit
October 18 28. from the local fa- appear on your Social Security
ditty will, be at the fair to explain card
The Rework Facility's ex theTTunction of all itemson merit promotion oppor- NARTU COMFAIRJAX, Navy
hibit will include military e display.The * tunities listed below are cur- Commissary Stores, Jackson-
quipment and items used in the Greater Jacksonville Fair For a daily recording of base rently open for receipt of ap- ville, Fla. Applications will be
maintenance of aircraft and aero will be held in the Gator Bowl movies and tickets on sale please plications. The area of con accepted through the close of
nautical components. Memorial Coliseum area on call Ext. 2858 sideration and closing date of business Monday.
Static displays will include jet East Adams Street. each bulletin is as shown. MPB No. 158 67 Industrial
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D Engineer GS 5, 7, 9, and 11.
I grade levels GS 4 and below; Area of consideration: nation -
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C all wide. Applications will be ac -
REQUEST, FOR SOCIAL semi skilled positions pay level cepted until .the needs are met
SECURITY NUMIM" I I I 7 and below; MPB No. 83- and will be considered as re -
,ftrKi4 STATEMENT 67 Plan B all skilled positionspay ceived.
level 8 and above. Area of AU applicants for the above
OF EARNINGSDATE MONTH DAY YEAR consideration: NAS, NARF, positions must be career or car-
uRTH O 44 I I I I NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Navy eer conditional employees of
Commissary Stores, Jack the federal government. Appli-
Please send a statement of the amount! of earnings recorded in my social security account to: sonville Fla. Applications for cations should be filed with IRD,

.... : a these, ,.positions will be acceptedat NAS, Jacksonville. For further
MISS .. ., r ahy time. Applicants must Information regarding these
HAM! { .MRS........ ". ', ..,.,-.in'- file a separate form 57 for each postitions, see the copies of the
I o y'\ --ondM position in which interested. bulletins, or. call ext. 2320.
'. .,' \': -" '" ". AddtiuM MPB No. 157 67 Clerk Recruiting and Examining

'4. :',.' I' '.STREET. a"HUMIER, ..-, .... ., "J 'j.. .."ibiaan4: : .I.. ,..-._., '..,r3' .r ..... Or Ink.c tile Typist, GS -' 3 FAETU. Area Branch Fla. 32212, IRD, ,,'NAS Jacksonville. .
r ," .' .' of 'consideration: NAS, NARF, ?
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your name has been changed from that shown on your social security account number
card, please copy your name below exactly as it appears on that card. Prestige Career?


As an INVESTORS MAN,you would hold a respected place, .

Speaks in IdahoLCdr. in your community as a lifetime representative of the .
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Frank K. Ellis, of the 1
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be the guest speaker at the annual no ceiling to your future...and you'd be your own boss!.
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Commander Ellis, a naval a- w. cave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspect course while you keep your present employment.In fact,
ion. Then we tuned UP. tightened, and replaced everything that
viator, Is management services ..eeddU. And guaranteed them 100%; for the repair or replacement you won't need'to leave your present job until after you
officer and comptroller NARF. of all major mechanical perte for 30 days or 1000 mllea. Come
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"i< N- At ISO(' Education Is the Most Important Product C5; jJ J j

Operating an "education serve man", the station's' Educational Services Office t1-
,. (ESO) is geared to assist anyone from the lowest rated enlisted to the highest ranking
..._...-_.-:,- officer in obtaining anything from a high school diploma to a college degree. ---I-
IIItt.: .. '.. ,: Under the direction of Ens. Gloria Amatrudi., ESO offers more than 200 militaryand ______ i 7 I
United States Armed Forces Institute USAFI) correspondence courses, profes- _
:; ... ". ." ( ._' ,
sionally instructed high school and college ]level classes, 15 special enlisted and officer
,. ;;- programs and two education financial assistance programs. r'
..'..'_, "', ,. ,'. In addition, the education office maintains an extensive ]lending library containing i
\ '- ,, "< 'H-- Navy correspondence manuals for almost every rate, plus USAFI texts, ''tapes: and __
\ : records. -
: ESO personnel are responsible for administering USAFI end of course tests, .. I
4 : .t'.I"-- advancement exams from seaman to warrant officer, typing performance tests, and rv4
1itI < III, ,",>' : general education development tests, (GED). n fl4gt Y
,, ,, On a monthly average, ESO handles 70 military correspondence course and 10 USAFI ,_ :: .
course applications. __ .
'IIIP $ 4 M _
1. ___ '
: ,t-.',. ', Applications for tuition aid and the Cold War GI Dill are processed through ESO at ',, .., '. '' '. n .
l..; of about 15 month. cI. .1" : _
: a .
; ,. '.. : a rate rt \ n' '< '' '
I .f if' : Between 200 and! 300 military leadership and professional advancement exams are _
monthly.administered by ESO twice a year, and! advancement exams to E 3 are administered n ;:

Since reporting here last }year, Ensign Amatrudi has introduced: fivet new higher _
education programs to J Jax and Cecil Field personnel, military dependents and civilians.
: 'S'M The new programs include courses) in conversational French and Spanish, high school
review, reading dynamics and! future courses conducted by the St. Johns' River Junior
\ r # College.
More than 200 persons have profited from the courses with 58 registered in the last
4 high school review class and 33 presently enrolled.
The current reading dynamics class has 52 students and more than 50 people have
3:: ; completed conversational French and Spanish Classes.
)L Over 150 military and civilians completed courses offered by Jacksonville University -
earlier this }year.'
) Working constantly to establish higher education programs, the men and women at
; 1 ESO still find time to counsel and advise more than 100 personnel l each month.
*: Military and civilian personnel seeking advice on, "how to reach that educational ADVANCEMENTS John McGrath begins preparing list of r recommendations -
goal", are advised by ESO personnel. of persons planning on taking the advancementexam
Another service offered by ESO is assisting personnel in o b t a i n i n gt t texts t for scheduled for February.WESCONNETT.
MILITARY COURSES. Dottie Muburger, military correspon. courses or personal use. Books obtained through ESO include history, literature,
dence section, processes more than 70 applications for enlist grammar and reading. OFF DUTY COURSES Another applicant signs his name to
"We service to all, Miss Amatrudi. "What do ,
provide says ever we can to assist the list of FURNITURE CO.
persons taking advantage of the five off
ed and officer correspondence courses each month.. we will do." duty courses -
SPECIAL PROGRAMS Ronald Jones explains one of the 15 The Education Services Office operations are based on personnel l education levels, offered by ESO, as Education Services Officer, Ens. Gloria

special officer and enlisted programs offered through ESO. needs, and interest ________.__.__ Amatrudi looks on. AIR CONDITIONERS
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EDUCATION F1NAKCE--PNCS F.J. WiT..on', EStFs leading chief, checks over list of persons 1 'I
applying for tuition aid and the Cold War GI Bill, also offered through ESO. LENDING LIBRARY-Checjcing out a book from ESO's' extensive lending library, Robert Croft :' -} ;
(left) is assisted by Pete Hukki, of the education office.
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Pace 8 JAX AIR NBVS/AFTERBURNER 'October' 19, 1967

I jax. # 86 Returns with Four Winners

Four women from the Navy treasurer and Mrs. Leon Con- work shops dinners and teas.
Wives Club Jax t## 86 were elected ley was elected to the office of The delegates also visited the '
to national offices in the national secretary. Mrs. Hen- White House Capitol Building
Navy Wives Quo of America. ry Barnes was appointed as Arlington National :Cemetery
The elections were held at national membership chairman. and other famous shies in the N: S "
the 29th annual National Con- Other local delegates who attended capital city.Guests .
vention of the Navy Wives dub the convention were Mes- speakers at the many
of America at NAS Patuxent River dames Maria Bennett, Rena activities were Senator JosephD.
Md.. October 8 Saturday.Mrs. Perry, Marina Fitzsimmons and Tydings, (Md.) Admiral and
Barney Meyer was elect- Kay Martindale. Mrs. Daniel F. Smith, com-.
:ed secretary treasurer of the Over 100 delegates from all mander Naval Air Test Center
Scholarship Foundation. Mrs. the Navy Wives dubs, nation Chief and Mrs. Delbert Black r
WUbert Wagner was electedto wide met at the convention to master chief petty officer of the
the second term as national elect new officers to guide the Navy, Mr. and Mrs. John B. A- _
organization for the coming dams editor and publisher 6T tf HOURS totaled 38 for
NAVY L/EF/ --2,73a were by women
Stop Over Paying year. The delegates were hosted the U. S. Lady magazine Capt. the volunteer layette program.Sewlngare (l.r) Mesdames Jean
f and Mrs. Vernon P.O'Nellcom-
by the NWCA 101 in Patuxent., and Bobbe Faulders.
Simonsen Betty Harty
The week's activities includeda manding officer NAS Patuxent ,
Says New Notice memorial service meetings. and other officials of govern -

individuals receiving proficiency -mental- organizations.j .. Navy Relief Volunteers

pay would do well to
inquire if they are eligible for
the extra pay upon reportingto Contribute 43 Layettes
a new duty station.A .
Navy comptroller notice has
pointed out that some stations Thirty-eight women In the voluntary ette are diapers crib blanket
have paid pro pay to ineligible layette program totaled sacques, gowns, kimonos, diaper
members. Eventually, these individuals more than 2,730 hours in voluntary shins sweater under shins
who are credited with service for the Navy Relief receiving blankets, Doctor Spock
must back the full Society in the last quarter book, pins and plastic pants.
pro pay pay
sum received. July through September.The Mrs. Jean Simonsen is the
the the officerand enlisted chairman of the committee.In .
Therefore notice urges wives
individuals to take the initiativeand EVIIFiI made 43 layettes'which are dis- the words of Capt. ShermanE.
check the eligibility require- i tributed througlithesocietyonthe Wright, (Ret.) executive sec-
A HM retary of the Jacksonville Auxiliary -
ments when reporting to, a new basis of need.
Navy Relief Society,"these
The materials with which the ladies are doing a magnificentjob
station.CanYou layettes are made came out of and without volunteer ser-
Navy Relief funds and donations.The vices Navy Relief could not func
.items, contained in the lay- tion."


Stateside For Financing'' MTII and' Overseas.and YOU Insurance? Call J NARTU News and Views

'" By Sklo Fairfield I
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES ,1 ; ADR1 Clyde Bragg retired here NARTU's VR 742 took
in a ceremony in the office of honors Saturday morning by winning -
FINANCE CORPORATION and RETURNING DELE GATES-Eight delegates from the NWCA Capt. C. D. Simonsen, NARTU the quarterly "Mousetrap"
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE #86 returned from the National Convention of Navy Wives CO, October 8. recruiting award.
INSURANCE COMPANY Clubs held October 8 throuqh 14. They are (I.,) Maria Ben- The captain cited Bragg's accomplishments This award is presented quar-
5615 TJmuauana' Rd. 771-0527 nett, Rena Perry, Vivian Wagner, Marina F/fzs/mmons; Mar during his naval terly to the squadron attainingthe
garet Conley, Kay Martindale, Cindy Barnes and Alice Meyer. career and transferred him. to most points for recruiting.'
the Under
Fleet Reserve.; Bragg spent the leadership of Lt.
18 of his 20 year naval reserve James B. Thompson admin/per-
c. .. .. career here fe3' stationkeeper. sonnel officer VR '- 742
**...*** the squadron attained the highest
score for their recruiting efforts -
own amotorcycle for the months of July,
August and September.
Capt. Carl D.SimonsenNARTU's -
? CO, presented the trophy
to VR's skipper.Cdr. Ernest E.

motorscooter? Grant.

A 1968 Chrysler Convertible

I, was pesented to NARTU Jax by
". local Navy League, President
Harold A. Martin Sunday 15.
The Navy League presents 18
of these cars annually to the Na-
val Air Reserve Station and Train
ing units located throughout the
United States.
The cars which are son loan
from the Navy League, are used
by the Naval Air Reserve recruiting -
team on their visits to
university and college campusesIn
the search for future naval
aviation officers.
Martin, vice president of a
local bank in Jacksonville, pre-
sented the car to Lt.Jim Davey
hA recruiting admin officer.
4, ,
". o w. .,
0r ti
I- Boy Scouts

We're experts and can cover
you immediately with Reserve Meet FridayThere

Motorcycle Liability Insurance. ,

NO RED TAPE JUST GREEN CASH LOW. LOW RATES as lowas will be an organizational -
$30 a year.,No red tape meeting of Boy Scout Troop
fast countrywide claim service. 131 tomorrow at the Chapel An-
Tell us how much you need and when you need it. Call fora Rev up I Call me now I next, Bldg. 722 at 7 p.m.

personal (and top secret) appointment to apply for your $30CONTINENTAL military Troop 131 dependents, whose members, which was are j I

.. loan. You'll be surprised how low your payments will be. as low 'as deactivated reorganize under last May the,leadershipof plans to I I

Loans to $600 scoutmaster Leo Nau.A i

SEfiBOffffD FINRNCE COMPRNY '. ,' ,' INSURANCE formed parents to increase committee active will interest be- I

A lifesaver when you need cash Underwriters inc. and participation of the

I .*.. parents in the organization.All .
\ 3 Convenient offices In Jacksonville located at: 6479 Roosevelt 388.7676 boys between the ages of
11 and 16 and all interested
!. ': '' 34 W. Duval Street, Phone 356.3311 '. "T1 Reserve ents are invited to attend par-the

,; 215 American Heritage Life Bldg. Phone 356-2432 0( H Insurance meeting.For .
1959 Blanding Blvd. (Corner San Juan & Blending), Phone 389 3446 f" Company Leo Nau more information contact
jHome Office: Chicago Illinois at 3348 or 264-
6168.r .
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'1 Uftu: I Club Schedules!

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I: MOVIES will be shown regularly HAS JAX !Want! I.fj7.I '
-e at the NAS Jax Theatre "0" CLUB: Enjoy the beefeater's buffet today from 6 to 10 p.m. & 1;1I
f( at 6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru Tomorrow and Saturday is the champagne special deluxe primerib % 38$ 88$8 I,
j, Saturday. There will also be a dinner for two plus a fifth of champagne or sparkling burgundy for
matinee at 2 p.m. onSaturdays. $9.50per couple. Dance to the music of the Moonliters tomorrow
Ads shfuld be moiled tc the Holt Publishing' Company,
f Sundays and holidays. The Hospital evening. Saturday features the Page Five. Enjoy the buffet dinner 1950 Bltfnding' Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida' 32210. to arrive'
t Theatrewillhaveoneweekly Sunday from 6 to 10 p.m. Foreign dish night is featured Tuesday. not later than Tuesday for publication the ,following' Thurs .
r feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field Dick McMeekin will be at the piano Wednesday from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. day. Ad;. arriving too late for this deadline will be published I
I' will have two shows during the Fried chicken is the dinner special that evening. the following week unless the publisher .Is 'instructed other- .
I week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- CPO: CLUB: Enjoy pizza tonight for $.75. Dance to the music of wise.' A check or money order for the full-cost of the ad must ,
inees will be shown on week- the Moonliters tomorrow evening. A seafood special Is featured be received WITH the copy for the ad.
; ends at 2 and 5 p.m. that evening. The Trio and One will appear Saturday evening Try 4
, the sirloin steak for $1.65. Sunday brings on the sounds of the Tune DO NOT SEND CASH :
\.i THURSDAY October Twisters. The dinner special for Tuesday is fried chicken for $.95. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . S2.00 I
':, $19 Dance to the music of Mark Castle that evening. The dinner specialfor Per additional line ((4 words per line;. . 0.50 :
NAS: "TWO LIVING ONE Wednesday is a rib-eye steak for $1.35. 4
;.. ., DEAD": Virginia McKenna and BLUEJACKETS INN: Swing with the Recoats today,Saturday and ....... /
Bill Travers. Sunday'' evening. Phil Cay will be on hand Friday evening. The SINGER IN 4 DR DESK HOUSE FOR RENT$50 mon.- j
HOSPITAL: "THE PROFES- Sixteens will play for your dancing pleasure Saturday and Sunday Like new, makes buttonholes, Normandy and Lane. Some rent 4
1 SIONALS": Bun Lancaster and afternoon. The Nu-Sounds will appear Monday.Hear the Wild Flowers
I ; \) sews on buttons, fancy designs, exchange for labor, Some Fum. 4
Lee Marvin.C. Tuesday evening. The Sixteens take over the spotlight Wednesday. satin stitches. Bal. $43 or $5 7811701. '
FIELD: "GEORGEY GIRL" Monday through Friday is the "buy one -- get a second one for mo. Free home trial. I
James Mason and Lynn Redgrave. one penny" special. The specials for the week are hamburgers, MORSE SEWING CENTER CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS :
french fries, onion rings and soda..They will be served 5 to 7 p.m. 1948 Blanding Blvd. 384 5821 '63 Chevy Impala Convert, R&H, I
FRIDAY October 20 Lunch specials are: Monday-hamburger5+ steak, $.40 ; Tuesday- A.T. New Paint: Job, Ex. tires- :
pork chops, $.65; Friday-fish fillet ((2)) $.65. They will be served FOR SALE PACKING BOXES $1095
NAS: uTIlE WAY WEST":Kirk 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.Halloween eve costume prizes and The Nu-Sounds. for moving. 15 each.Phone 355- '64 Valiant 2DR Sedan R&H, i i
Douglas and Robert Mitchum. ACEY DUECY CLUB: Tonight is wrestling, with"Bat Girl". 8734. VAN'S 736 Dellwood Ave. 4 sp. trans. $850 I,
HOSPITAL: "TWO LIVING Country western music will be played between bouts. Tomorrow '65 Pontiac Catalina Safari Wagon '
ONE DEAD": Virginia McKenna evening features the sounds of Mel Gaden and his Lazy Rythym DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC A.C., A.T., P.S., 9 Pass. $2295 :i':1':
and Bill Travers.C. Gals. Try the:.Oriental special that evening. The Tune Twisters JOCKEY?? For Information: '67 Olds Vista Cruiser Wagon, c(I
FIELD: "VICE AND VIR- will be on hand Saturday evening.Sunday, the music will be played by 356. 8351.Fay or night. 9 Pass, A.C., A.T., Like New. I'
TUE"Hossein.: Annie Girardot Robert Mark Castle. ZIG ZAG FOR $30 Price???? .\,'

Sewing Machine, makes buttonholes 100%/ Financing If qualified.. '" i
sews on buttons, etc.Cash "Come by & let's make a deal" I
SATURDAY, October 21 or terms. Call Credit Manager Contact Mr. Rucker or Mr.
NAS: "POPPY IS ALSOA lob's Oak Hill 353 1946, Will deliver no Thompson at Credit Union Office. I
FLOWER": Stephen Boyd and obligation. 1606 Main Street.A NAS Jax Base Extension 2431. .
Trevor Howard. 1 SEWING MACHINE CO.
Pure Service Center
WEST": Kirk Douglas and Robert Waterproof. idealforNavyfamily FOR SALE: 1965 HONDA 305
Open for convenience 6 a.m. 10
Mitchum. your p.m. transfers; also car top luggage DREAM. $300-Phone 388-2134
C. FIELD : "THE PROFES- rack, waterproof. Phone 264 Eve. 5 to 7.FURN. :
SIONALS": Bun Lancaster and road service pick rp & delivery
Lee Marvin. 9839.BRAND 1BR. APT.STEAM HEAT

mechanic OR duty American & Foreign. Cars Domestic sewing NEW ZIGZAG ma. out of la ya '1006 771-7612.Rubel St. $60 mo. 3534631or

:SUNDAY, October 27 way. Buttonholes, fancy designs -
HOSPITAL: "POPPY IS ALSOA 103rd & Jammes Road etc Bal. $36.50 cash STERO SYSTEM HI Fl RADIO
FLOWER": Stephen Boyd and 771 9156 Jacksonville Florida or terms. has the works, Original price 7:
Trevor Howard.C. MORSE SEWING CENTER $199.' Has balance$78 or assume
FIELD: "TWO LIVING ONE 1948 Blandlng Blvd. 384 5821 $8 monthly payment. A1 Ware-

DEAD":- Virginia McKenna and ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo OOOOOOQ "REAL ESTATE: We will help house 1606 Main St.
Bill Travers. you Buy, Sell o-r-Invest. "' -
o. Service Men WelcomeVi Bowen Real Estate, Realtor 'LOST JADE EARRINGat
USN Retired 384 1376 FieldOct.. 11 Phone 3890776IF
price admission any time
upon presentation of I. D.Openl7DaysA. 2920 Dellwood.. 4 rm. & Bath, HAVE IT. FishersTheAngler's ..
Week $50 mo. Phone 3556639.. Hdq. 1160 Blanding

Houses &' Apts. Equity, VA & FURN, APT. FORRENTOrangePark
FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. 2BR, Children and pets
1 F@ Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret. welcomed-Will rent to TAD per-
264 2411. Orange Park Realty. sonnel or bachelors 264-6884.r

HOME FOR SALE- Onega Hills
3BR-2B, Fla. Rm., Dbl. Gar,
Roosevelt Blvd.Next .. Patio Fenced Yard. 388-0923

( to Roosevelt Mall) wut
384-3481 Like New, $75. 781 7541.
ooooooooooooc* ooooooooooooooo
DUPLEX APTS. Conv. to both
bases, just off Jammes Rd., Kit-
SALE! } No Extra Charge ,For ; chens furn., -2 BR.Uvingroom,
breakfast nock. Parking tor 2
We always invite you cars & boat. $85 mo. includes
to shop us for real clean I LIFE INSURANCE I water, sewage, garbage, lawn
cars, honestly repre- care. Phone 387 2541.
sented and fairly priced I ,
Based On theJjrt1 OLYMIC CONSOLE STERO-$65,
Ex. Cond. Westinghouse 21" TV
IT RUNS! First $95. 1 Amount : $40 Call 389-3243 after 5:00 pm.

:. ... r:
E Seattle, Washington Call Mr.
62 DKW WAGON. .$219 ( l Or Borrow. {: Uhler 246-3935 before Friday...

: : :\ -- fj L.:: NAS OFFICERS!II!
62 CHEV. STA. WAG.$595With r{ l:) I.I It\ '" Every Insurable member :: and Enlisted men and civilian
Air Radio Heater. a gets the life Insurance 1
\ employees. Here Is your opportunity -
: f without extra cost. Up for a scenicwaterfrontlot
62 FIAT SPYDER CON to $2000 on the amount with paved roads, storm
VERT. ROADSTER. Best ti you save. Up to 55000 of $ drains, and purified water.system
Cash Offer This Weekend ::r 7 the amount you borrow f fl Metro Goldwyn Mayer present for better living. Good*sdlools.
Buys This Car! :f /l Coverage Is automatic" A Judd Bernard.twin Writer< Production churches. Go anywhere your boat
: The credit union pays all LEE MARVINgives will go. Excellent fishing at
the premiums. .r..: your own backyard. Also boat-
63 :
you ing and skiing. Go Middleburg
VERT. Radio Heater ;:E ,$ :"POINT BLANK to the big sign-BLACK CREEK
Automatic. Absolutely per SEE US TODAY AT HILLS and follow the arrows. .

feet. Must see to appreciate. I o.u..w r.,'r.ew war..1 All lots above hurricane Dora's
1tId high water mark. Buy now at
N4Un" J ;:
63 GRAND PRIX LOAD- 'r J&& ::; 'x'il.,;:: .;.::<:<..<..,:.,,<....,,.. discount prices for home or investment -
from $3, 450. Easy
ED 2 DR. H. T.
stMMg terms. Open Sundays from 2:30
66 MUSTANG FASTBACK. ANGIEDICKINSON til 5:00 p.m. Pyatt, Inc. R.E.
Brokers 733-8872 or 355-2222.
.. .
rrunrunorarrannnrma JAX HAS BLDG. 39Tel. CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26 In PinavlslorTind Metrocotor -
384.7391 orBase or starts FRIDAY 66 CORVETTE- 427-425 HP,
MARRIED E 3's. :;g: Ext. 2431 Base Ext. 205 f .-: 4speedAM.FMRadio.bothtops
Call 264-4525 :: Hours: Mon-Fri 9:30-4:30 Hours: Mon-Fr/ 8:30-3:00 : CENTER 4 New tires- Excel. Cond. 384-
:) 2386.

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Football Predictions l lf f


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(37-J2)) ((34.15)) ((32-J7)) (29-20)) ((29-20)) (25-24)) 4? A'.h L,

Florida/ St vs Texas Tech FSU FSU FSU FSU FSU FSU
I.' Aub Tech Tech Tech Tech i
: Georgia Ted vs Auburn Tech Y ir

Tennessee vs Alabama Ala. Ala Ala Tenn Tenn Ala it r

Texas vs Arkansas Tex Tex. Tex rex Tex Tex i

SMU vs Rice Rice Rice Rice SMU Rice SMUt t

Colorado vs Nebraska Colo Colo Colo Colo Neb Colo

Michigan vs Indiana InJ 'Ind 'nJ' InJ Ind InJ ;

Pittsburgh Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami Miami t
Miami (Fla) vs (
Duke Clem Clem Duke Clem Clem
Duke vs Clemson _
: Ohio Sf vs Northwestern Ohio St N'West Ohio St N'West N'West N'West t

I Touch Football ReviewThe
Training almost every day at day during lunch periods and
the station gym are eight wrestling after work. Tom Mc. VA 174 "Hellrazors"knifed down. A subsequent attempt at students who hope to forma supplied the future wrestling ,
through the VA 45 a two point conversion failed. Cecil Field Wrestling Team in team with all the necessary t
"Blackbirds" defense last The second touchdown came the near future. equipment and space for training.The \
Thursday to score a 12 to 0 when Quarterback Lcdr. Johnson Under the supervision of Don principal problem in
victory. passed to Wyatt for the VA,- Curtis and K. R. ,Brust, the launching the new team Is getting -
Both teams were scoreless 174 score. students plan to compete with local enough people to participate.
during the first half. VA 45 Don Cunis said that this
Hornets Edge WeaponsIn and out of state college pro-
was plagued by numerous pen- wrestling teams. blem is further aggravated by the
alties and the"Hellrazors" Monday's action the VA-44 air Doh Curtis principal in conflict with touchfootball.Mnay
unable to break through the "Hornets" edged past Weaponsby .x structor for students hasbeen football players would like to
"Blackbird" defense.In a score of 9 to-:<8. VA-44 involved in wrestling for a num- join the wrestling team, but sim-
the third quarter, a VA made a touchdown in the first t L1 1 \s 4L1 -, ber of years and K. Brust was ply do not have enough time to
45 pass was deflected by "Hell- quarter and scored the. extra 2 formerly Captain of the Bucknell include both sports in their sche-
razor Franklin and picked up points on,a conversion.In University Wrestling Team. dules. Anyone weighing 121
by Travfto, who ran 20 yards the third quarter, Weapons The students have formal clas Ibs. and up and interested in
into the end zone for a touch- and joining the new team may con-
struck back when Snyder passedto periods on Monday, Tuesday
Wilkerson for the touchdown. Wednesday at 4:30 p.m., but tact K. R. Brust of VA 36
GIANT SWAP MEET'SHIPPING' With the score tied at 8 to 8 most of them practice every at extension 528.
OUT??.? the game went into overtime
Bring your furnitureand to see which team could gain the \t\\ h I
misc. items to sell most yardage in an alloted time. VFP-62 made a clean sweepdownof
Blandina Drive-in Theatre VA-44 won and scored an extra the Tuesday Early League I
Sat. 7 A.M. 6 I\M.
Every point to come out 3rd place in capturing trophies for high game
Sun 1 P.M. 6 P.M.
768-7058 or 768-4193 the League. high average and high set. Cdr. II
1 Hayes skipper of "Fightin 1tr I

I Foto" poses with the team.

NewsNofes j -

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The winner of the VA 174 :
Marine game on October 17
will participate in the Jack "-
sonville Naval Complex Inter-
mural Championships.Teams .
from NASJacksonville,
t4. NS Mayport NATTC and Cecil
dJ .+ Field will compete for the Jack-
MO/tiY talrhrl .
sonville area championship.Tom
N r1 b
? ,
McGuckin of the station f .
gym said that the Intermural
games will give Cecil Field play- Ladies Learn 'Chop Art'
ers a chance to play nearvar-
sity ball and will prepare -
will cost and them for the Sixth Naval Dis Approximately 20 Cecil Field die McKinney.The .
1 Ask how much loan
: your trict games. women are taking Karate lessons women take their self -
** defense lessons Tuesday -
borrow from black belt holder EM3HarPIZZA every
HFC will tell you-before you and Thursday morning at the
station gym from 9 to 11 a.m.
Before"you make a purchase, you naturallywant They are all wives or dependentsof
to know the price. The same should : ,)h Cecil Field personnel.
McKinney Instructor for
be true when borrow When you
you money. -
k = TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM the women's group explainedthat
will tell
come to Household Finance, HFC there are 18 different stylesof
you in advance what your loan will cost. $f \.1 PREMIUM BEER-CHOICE CUT1'STEAKS Karate being taught. He teaches -
The HFC Manager will answer any ') ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI the Sho to Kan type of
questions you have to make sure you I Karate which is more or less

understand everything about your loan. "PIZZA". fense.chiefly McKinney designed earned for self his black de -

Remember, no matter what your need, \ OUR SPECIALITY!IOJ belt before coming in to the Navy
wherever you're stationed, there's an HFC while living In Chicago. He has
office nearby, where you can get prompt, HOURS: held it for the past four years.
understanding money help. O un.-Thurs. 4pm- 1l:30prr During Instruction periods
';:; A' Friday 4pm-lam :he girls do calisthenics for a-
Q Saturday JJ am-J am pout an hour and then go through

I.'..,JJ' Cash MONTHLY PAYMENT MANS 3619 Blandin Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 Kinney.formal Karate training by Mc-

YM ChI 24 rd U 6 Put your money
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$100 5.93 729 10.01 $18.48 ...... in America
.: 200 11,86 14.59 20.14 36.97 ..
'. 300 17,79 21,88 3021 55,45ra
; .. 500 28.97 35,85 49.75 91.78 VISITCLAUDE
600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
Charges as compiled at 3% on that pert ofdudeJd HONDAMOTORCYCLES
monthly oatancn not *r"fi*f$300
and 2% on ."y "....irul". TAi xMult it
Mud on prompt paymtnt and includtt karivi. NOLAN

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(AFPS Feature)

1. Who are the seven pro SZti.
golfers who have banked $100- ttCONVENIENTL '
000 or more in official: winningsthis
i w (r ''' t 3SANn 1F 2. What four teams are in
the NFL's Central Division? Y
; E.u :' :< 3. Who devised the baseball LOCATED
: diamond?
: ,
4. What player holds the NEAR BOTH BASES

/ AFL, all-time one-season scoring Only/ Min./ to Cecil/ /I HAS
,cs 5. Who was the third baseman e
on the Chicago Cubs club 71/ UNITS
included the double
that great
play combination Tinker to
.. Evers to Chance? APARTMENTS
55 S S ,i5'S* .S 6., What pro .football player 8
holds the NCAA major college
record for most field' *goals ALL APTS HAVE:

kicked in a season? o
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.SCAMPERING .,, Jackson, the arm of VAP-62 grid patting successeshows he can run with 6756 103rd STREET

the ball as he dashes for 25 yards against MARTD. VAP-62 won 300. .- PHONE 777-8844


D. W. Priest USN (Ret)

YAP 62 Blanks NARTU 30 0 :::: .

To Head National Grid League

;; .A nd The Plymouth Win
VAP 62 and NARTU clashed The, Reserve Training unit for another mark on the board. .
October 10 in NAS Intramural failed to come up with a singleTD With four minutes remaining -
action in a game that may proveto as. the photomen rolled up NARTU again hit for two You Over Beat Goes On"
be the deciding factor in post 30 points. 'Quarterback Don touchdowns. Winkle hit Charlie
'season?National ,League, stand Jackson and-his.VAP ... ,62, Nipper fo; a 40 yard score. On
teammates proved they are the' an on -, side kick by Marlin
station's top club as picked by Brandt Ed Owensby covered the
pre season prognosticators. ball for NARTU setting up the LETCLAYTON
The same evening the Na next score a 30 yard TD
tional League's third ranked pass from Winkle to Brandt.
team evened its series record NARTU's defense throttled ..
at 33 with a 12 6 decisionover FICEUR under the field lead- REVELS
Aircraft Maintenance.The ership of Leroy Oliver and ;
following evening the Jimmy Crews.
corpsmen from the Navy Hos While NARTU was :prov- Sa Y Many
pital shut out the air station's ing its scoring threat against on
medical squad 34 0 for a 3 3 FICEUR VAP 62 con tinued
record in the American division. toexpand its winning record with,
The reconnaissancemen of VW. a 30 0 romp over MARTD.In .g
4 blanked the Marine Barracks Monday intramural games 1 II
14 Q In another October 11game. COMFAIRJAX beat Medical 18 I
6 and VP 16 dropped the Hos-
NARTU bounced back from its pital squad 26 6. on a newCHRYSLER
yr 30-0 drubbing at the handsof
VAP 62 and chalked up 64 ,C..F.kJix FwtkillToiruy .
points October 12 against score-
+ less FICEUR. If the air training Stirtx MOM': o
squad couldn't beat VAP 62.
they at least proved they could The Commander Fleet Air

i score the most points this sea- Jacksonville annual touch football PLYMOUTHNEW
;,;, son in a single contest. V AI?. tournament gets underway
62 had, previously scored 58 Monday aboard the air sta
A. in a game with VP 30.
It was an air attack for NARTU squads had signed up for FURY
with Ken Winkle's] passes for six the tourney as of Monday according -
TDs and Joe Pittman's for two to 'station Athletic Director -
4 Deer Seda
MISS MODEL AVIATION that ran up the score against Frank McCaffrey. However -
Blonde blue-eyed Tere Rich Is hapless FICEUR.Pittman he said he expected more FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED A
the official hostess for the 36th also caught one of squads to enter the double elim- '
Annual National Model Airplane Winkle's passes for the carry ination affair before the end of "311" V.. Eagles, Twq.t.Flite LARGE

Championships at the U.S. Naval over and returned a kick off the week. transmission. power steorinf

Air Station. Los Alunitos. Calif. tinted glass, deluxe wheel corers SELECTION

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i .4\.: \: Whistling__ : The Rigging. Cedar HillsChevrolet

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By S. Hering '
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This is the last opportunity clean-up, ana some minor boat A Rhodes Bantam is availablefor
for this column to exhort repairs. We'll have about 70 reassignment to potential boat
members and interested bystanders boats here for the Regatta and we captains. Interested skippers the
to heave to for the Navy want everything really shipshape should apply to the Commodore.If .
Day Regatta. We have had one Navy style. .We are minus a few possible, we would like a
field day but two more are skippers and crews to get all 100> turnout for the next Tri-
.f' scheduled for this coming Saturday our NJSC boats entered in the Club race this Sunday.
and next. On October 28 races. We expect to have Bantam -
1 we will tidy up the 1,001 remaining Rebel, and Gannet classes TrniniH Center Grid
details. Please turn to at from among the club boats. Skippers at WILSON
'9 a.m. member or not,, tot and crews sign up at the
help us ready up the camp for our Clubhouse by October 28. Thereis LIII.1 Led by Support
i visitors on October 29. 'Thereis a trophy for the top military & BLAND INGorSPl,6601
painting to be done, general corer that we want on some Navy Navy Support and MAD AO
1 Jax Mantel. Personnel, NATTC's two top
Marines Win The FYC semiannual award intramural football teams, met
t dinner took, place on October 13 on October 12 for a bout that
with many of our skippers com- put Support in the spotlight as
In NA TIC Loop ing away with troI 1es. Lou the team to watch for the rest
Caron retained first place in the of the season. For its fourth
The MAD Permanent Per- Bantams for the spring series, undefeated contest, Support
sonnel football team chalked up but George Baldwin Jr (FYC) romped by MAD AO, 24 to 6.
their fourth straight triumph as captured it for the summer races, It, was MAD AO's first defeat. 67 IMPALA SPORTS SEDAN. . .$2989
they slammed to a 19-0 victory followed by NJSC's Kathy Grif- In the first half quarterback "283" '8 PS
VJ- 'engine, A/T. Factory A/C. ,
October 12 in '
over AO Navy 1 fith and ,Bill Harkins for 2nd Bill Sing made a touchdown and
Solid Madeira Maroon WSW R & H.
intramural touch football here. ,
f and 3rd place. Mark Johnsongot a two point conversion play
The MAD seven,were held to a 3rd for NJSC's first ser- from Sing to Paul McFarland
only one touchdown in the first ies ,racing as a fleet in the put Support in the lead, 8 to 6. 66 'CAPRICE SPORTS SEDAN.$2589
i half, but managed to stop Navy'soffense. summer ,series in the Day Sail MAD AO's TD was the resultof "327" V 8 engine, Factory Air Conditioned,
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were guests of honorat In the second half Support got
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the San Jose Yacht Club's to yard a
Kochon, the MAD squad seemedto annual Oyster Roast party, alsoon pass by Sing was intercepted. On V
327" 8
engine 4 transmission
alive. speed ,
come October 13. We exchanged the next play, however, Support
The second half found the leath- burgees, toasted one another,and got the ball back when Larry Pal- PS, PB, R & H, Bucket Seats, Marina Blue ex-
erneck's scoring 13 more points, all was gemutlichkeit in the sailing mer intercepted a pass and scor terior with vinyl top WSW.
while keeping the Navy off the community. We sail benders ed. The TD was followedby
board. Quarterback BillyHarold are coming into our .own a 2 point conversion from 65 IMPALA SUPER SPORT.$1989
f scored both of MAD's touch- at last amongst all these prop Sing to Bob Anderson. The fin- "283" V engine, A/T, R & H, WSW, Ermine
downs, and place-kicker Jerry jockeys. Navy Jax Sailing Clubis al TD was on a pass from Singto White exterior with Nantucket Blue vinyl Inter-
Harms MAD booted into the extra this week'sgame point. highly thought in this drcle, McFarland, and Sing and Ad- ior, Bucket Seats, WSW.
goes so let's' keep our image and derson were again responsiblefor
for its fifth straight
looking make the Navy 'Day Regatta the the extra points.
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