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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 26, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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k .t'/".Y1,Y 11ARhrh Id Admiral Caldwell Will Retire, r'

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A distinguished naval career the Jacksonville area. strategic nuclear planning and ,

( L1 t + spanning more than 44 years will Admiral Stroh reports here maximizing deterrent posture of
., trattCwxtil t come to a close Tuesday morn; from Offutt AFB, Neb, where he United States forces. ." :
ing when RAdm. H.Howard Caldwell served as deputy director of the The new commander will be .
:,\ retires in ceremonies here.In Joint Strategic Target Planning serving his third tour of duty In :
U' 'eYs 11 a.m.ceremonies Admiral Staff. the Jacksonville area. In 1956 ;'

Caldwell will be relieved as com- Before departing Offutt he was he commandedtheMayportbased .
mander Fleet Air Jacksonvilleby awarded the Distinguished Ser- carrier Saratoga and in 1962
RAdm. Robert J. Stroh. vice Medal for "exceptionally and 1963 he was commander of .

VAdm. Charles T. Booth n, meritorious service. insignificantly Carrier Division Six, also at .
commander Naval Air Forces,U. improving the status of Maypon. -:
S. Atlantic Fleet will deliver the

principal remarks to area civic

ab" and business leaders, as well as Airlines Set Holiday .
military leaders who are sche-
duled to attend.

For Admiral Caldwell it will Half Fare Schedule *" \
mark the end of a twoyeartour

as senior naval officer in the cen- s.
tral and north Florida area. As ,.
commander Fleet Alt Jackson- Personnel who plan on taking leave and travel at military reservation \

ville he exercises command of rates during the Christmas holidays should know that the

several Navy installations, including majority' airlines have set specified periods when they will not
military reservation fares.
aircraft squadrons and grant
ships. Below is a chart listing the periods when military fares will not

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'; Upon his retirement, Admiraland apply.Midnight Dec. 15 Through Midnight Dec. 16 *(
Mrs. Caldwell will remain in Noon Dec. 17 Through Noon Dec. 18 *.

Midnight Dec. 20 Through Noon Dec. 23 .
Committee Says Noon Dec. 24 Through Noon Dec. 25
Noon Dec. 29 Through Noon Dec. 30 \,,'

A'3 r; + Noon Dec. 31 Through Midnight Jan. 3 \

Yes on 5.6% Obtaining standby fares (half fare) on airlines during the holiday I

i't season will be difficult as unreserved seats will be limited ( or '
not available) on many flights.

.t Basic Pay HikeThe


PREPARED-Fournyear-old Leslie Martel, daughter of AKC House Armed Services }

and Mrs. John Martel of "VAP-62 selected her trick-or-treat Committee passed a 5.6 per cent I. NAS News Briefs .J I
hike last
military week witha
.' mask this week at the Main Exchange, in anticipation' of Halloween pay
unanimous 40 -0
. ( goodiecollecting; : ... ..... .* 'The-proposal must'vote.now be aCted -, if _. .. .-.4 j -*. -\ I_ .. -'Iv ./
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upon by Congress and signedby The air station's Special Ser- through Friday only The new ",
Navy DayFeature Activities President Johnson before it vices Officer has announced that issue hours ,became effective ,
can become law. If the bill (is shot guns will issued to personnel Tuesday. )
passed it will be retroactive to from noon to 2 p.m. Monday ******..
Oct. 1 and parallel a House '. The air station has available

CNO, RegattaAdm. passed' 4.5 pay hike for govern- Only Three Days Left two bedroom apartments in
ment civilian employees. Bldg. 800. Personnel in pay i
Also included in the com grades E 4, with over four
Thomas H. Moorer,chief The President further stated. In Federal Campaign
mittee passed proposal are years service and above may \
of
of Naval will "We are on the threshold
Operations highlight
requests 'for two more militarypay apply to the Housing Office for r'
and of for every -
observances of promise
local challenge
Navy Daytomorrow
American. The satisfying hikes within the next 18 There is still enough time leftto the quarters. Personnel who have (
when he speaks at 8p.m. assurance that our Navy is in months to parallel pay.boosts help make this year's Combined one or two dependent children of ;;
at the Jacksonville Civic
Auditorium.The step with the latest scientificand passed by the House for civil Federal Campaign contribution the same sex, but not over 12
military developments in the service employees. total reach new heights.As will be given preference. The a-
, admiral's topic will" be world is our constant source of If passed, the additional pay of the time that the Jax- partmentswill be furnished on the
of
the "Surge Sea Power.
hikes would become effective on Air News of assigned applicants.
request
was going to
Also at the auditorium for comfort as we meet this chal- press, ........
1 1968 and .
July April 1 1969.It
all indications
lenge. And our Navy's historic point to a healthy
the evening's activities will be
Naval commitment to freedom and to would be a basic pay raise of success for this the CFC'sthirdannual Special Services at Bldg. 704
the Air Basic TrainingCommand's
for the 20 per cent over the 18-month drive. is now selling tickets for local
t air cadets who will peace helps pave the way
. realization of unprecedented suggested period for men and "For us to reach and surpassour ice hockey games. Prices are
-
perform their famous Flag Pageant pro-
women in uniform.As objective we urge each $1.00 and $1.25 for reserved ,
mise for our citizens -- and for per-
American
depicting history of Jax Air News deadline son in the 109 campaign units of seats and 75 cents for general
and everywhere.
women
through the national colors. men
Tuesday there was no word on the Jacksonville admission.
to jnake
"I know that all my fellow area ........
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action in the House on the
Regatta Americans will join me in observing any every effort to help make this
Aboard the air station, the Navy Day with all the proposal A chart on Page 4 year's campaign a complete success The Candlelight Restaurant
Club details the House committee's ," stated Gordon King, sec- manager has ,announced that the '
Sailing will host a Navy gratitude and pride that it deserves \
Day sailing regatta Sunday It ," the President concluded. 5.6 per cent proposal by pay retary of the Jacksonville area eating facility will be open on
will be the second annual regatta grades and time in service. Combined Federal Campaign. Tuesdays from 11 a.m. until 2p.m. )

sponsored by the local sailing for lunch.........

enthusiasts.at 8:30 a.m.withregistration The event begins -, Chaplain Gets Commendation MedalLt. Military Identification Cards

be issued the air
will now by
followed by races in the morningand Jack E. Dorsey Chaplain Corps, who recently citation.In station's Security Office In Bldg.
afternoon. reported here for duty has been decorated March of this year the chaplain was reas- 9. Prior to the change, the per- 1
President's Message for his actions while serving in Vietnam.The signed to the First Reconnaissance Battalion and, sonnel office was the command's
President Johnson has sent a chaplain received the Navy Commendation "continued to demonstrate the qualities spiritual ID card issueing agency.
Navy wide message to the men Medal with Combat "V" from Capt. M. J. Stack leadership and dedication which characterized his ********

and women of the Navy. during .ceremonies Oct. 19. previous assignment. Personnel utilizing the station
"Today, more than ever before He received the medal for service while chaplain- "As elements of this battalion were similarly taxi service are advised the telephone -
our nation must assumea with the First Battalion First Marines and .later deployed ori patrols manning observation posts erbasbeench.anged.to
large share of the burden of with the First Reconnaissance Battalion, First and radio relay stations he conducted religious Extension 3750.
sea defense. New and sobering Marine Division In connection with operations a- services each Wednesday and Sunday evening to ..*.....
values are being imposed upon gainst the Viet Congbetween August 1966 and August ensure that a maximum number of personnel were Eastern Standard time will go into

the Navy's mission. Great and of this year.Throughout. given the opportunity to attend. effect Sunday at 2 a.m. when all
growing: demands are being placed his Vietnam assignment,"Lieutenant Visits Wounded clocks will be turned back one '1
upon the brave men and womenIn Dorsey brought great spiritual comfort and guidanceto "He constantly offered guidance to personnel of hour. Most people will be catch-
Navy blue," stated President the members of his units by his effective minis- the various sections and to patrols departing and ing up on the hour lost duringthe
Johnson.He try and personal example." returning to the base camp,in addition conducting spring when daylight savings
continued, "Navy Day 1967 Busy Schedule weekly visits to the hospitalized members of the time went into effect. An easY'
commemorates a nearly 200 While assigned to the First Battalion, First command." way to remember which way the
year old tradition of devotion to Marines, the chaplain established a busy schedule Lt. Gen. V. H. Krulak, commanding general, clock should be turned is,"Spring
duty courage under fire and victory that allowed him to spend five days a week with Fleet Marine Force, Pacific, said of the chaplain. Ahead, Fall Back."
in battle. It in the field."Displaying "His selfless efforts and outstanding performanceof
salutes the suc- troops
....... ....
;. cess of the U. S. Navy as it exceptional resourcefulness and initiative duty inspired all who observed him and con- **
Lieutenant utilized available trans tributed immeasurably to the morale of the Marinesin
proudly stands -- in perpetual Dorsey Beginning Saturday, children
vigilance -- serving and safe- portation to go into field and conduct religious combat. Lieutenant Dorsey upheld the finest will be charged 25 cents admis-
guarding the American way of services and minister the spiritual needs of the traditions of the Marine Corps and of the United sion to the Kiddie Matinee at the i
life." individual Marine at the platoon level," reads the States Naval Service." base movie theater.




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and tigers and bears, oh myl" It sounds like a line from a Edward's Chapel
the "Wizard of Oz" doesn't It? Well, the world of fantaiy will
come to life next Tuesday night as once again It will be Halloween. SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m.
and 11 .
Soon the spooks and goblins will be out In all sons of funny and I a.m.DAILY MASS11:30a.m..
scarey costumes and they will be going from door to door saying,
"Trick or treat!I" The "trick" is for ,us to watch out for the little 'SATURDAY DNFESSIONS MASS -9:00 a.m.
spooks and make Sure we "treat" them by driving carefully. "- v - Saturday
There are many happy events which turn out to be tragic becauseof ,; t 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.7-7:30 p.m.

needless accidents caused by careless people. .
This Halloween let's strive to make It a happy event for the young- U.S. Naval Hospital
sters by being especially watchful for them as we're driving on .
Halloween night. -
SUNDAY MASS - 8 a.m.
We can also protect our children by making sure their costumesare
brightly colored and can be seen easily at night, and by makingsure ,
the masks have large enough holes for the eyes so the view 1: PROTESTANTAll

will not be obstructed.
Well lighted streets also afford more protection for the little Saints Chapel
WELCOME ABOARD-RAdm.H.H. Caldwell and Capt. M.J.
"
"trick or treaters. Before your children begin their night'sadventure
be sure to instruct them to stay only on the streets where Stack chat with Under Secretary of the Navy Charles F. Baird, DIVINE SERVICE -10 a.m.

they can see as well as be seen. as they welcome him to Jacksonville.Effective SUNDAY Y SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
Make this Halloween a happy and memorable one for all the little Chapel Annex Bldg. 722
spooks and goblins by not only treating them with candy and goodies, ManagersA CHURCH SCHOOL 9 a.m.
but by "treating" them with protection by driving with exceptionalcare. Chapel Center, Bldg. 751

Must Says Baird"An WEDNESDAYChoir .
Rehersal 7 p.m.

Accusing Wrong Man inability to zero in on the to justify an in-house program on THURSDAY Young Adult Group 7 p.m..

real problem getting managersto an economic basis. Christian Science Service
lopk at the whole problem, "There is no question but that . -8 p.m.
May End in Law SuitLate and to develop and evaluate all there is a premium on good SECOND MOND ;f Each Month
the available alternatives."were management in our NARF's." Chapel Women's Guild -' .,
management problems broughtout "he pointed out. "We must de- -------9:30a.m.
one,night a widow, living alone, heard footsteps approachingher by Under Secretary of the velopincentives for the managersto (Chapel Center)
bedroom. While she fay in terrified silence, an intruder entered Navy Charles F. Baird at a operate more efficiently."
the room, scooped up her jewelry and departed. luncheon speech here Oct. 19. In conclusion Baird stressed,
Feeling sure she had recognized the man as a neighborhood Baird spoke before members of "There is an urgent need for U.S. Naval/ Hospital
gardener, she filed burglary charges with the police. But at the the local Armed Forces Man- the integration of our man-
trial, the gardener produced such an airtight alibi that the jury agemt Association Navyofficersand agement structure to include SUNDAY SERVICE -- --10 a.m.
found him innocent.At civilian employees on "Pro economic and operational tech-
this point he decided to switch from a defendant into a plain- gress In Solving the Navy's Man- niques, good management communications -
tiff. He filed suit against the widow for damages on grounds of agement Problems," in an or- and management Traffic
"malicious prosecution." ficers'Club address. systems. .."
"Since her accusation against me was a mistake, he argued in Baird said It is vital that, He said, "more than ever the
court, "she ought to pay for calling me a criminal and making me go "Our managers be familiar with basic ingredients of good man- Violations
through the ordeal of a trial. and possess a practical working agement are imagination and in-
But the court refused to hold the widow liable. The judge said a knowledge of some basic man- genuity."
person cannot be held responsible for malicious prosecution so agement analysis techniques The following is a report of
long as he had at least "probable cause" for making the original which can enable them to analyze Navy Chaplain motor vehicle accidents and traf-
accusation -- even if the charge did not stand up In court.If alternatives and to arrive fic violations for the period Oct.
an accuser does bring charges without having probable causeto quickly at the best possible solution Killed in VietnamNAVNEWS 17 through Monday.
believe they are true, then he may Indeed be held liable for to a problem under a given ( ) A memorialmass Number of Accidents -
damages. For example: set of circumstances. was held at the 1st Marine This Week - - -8
One man was held liable for malicious prosecution because he Economic analysis of investment Division Chapel, Da Nang Viet- Total Accidents this year' through
brought unfounded theft charges against a business rival -- simplyas -- getting the most out nam, recently for Navy ChaplainLt. Oct. 23Number- - - -
a means of collecting a debt. of the tax dollar -- must be con- Vincent T. Capodanno,, the of Accidents through
And another man was held liable for malicious prosecution becausehe sidered by Navy managers pointed first Navy Chaplain to die a- October, 1966 - 297?
brought, unfounded trespassing charges against a neighbor simplyas out the under secretary. Fund shore in Vietnam. Total number of days since
a means of throwing a scare into other possible trespassers.But requests must be submitted with Father Capodanno was killedIn last Injury in a motorvehicle
as a rule, courts are cautious about imposing liability onan complete cost considerations, action while serving with the accident - - -13
accuser. For if such liability was Imposed too freely, people mightbe rather than on the basis of need 3rd Marine Division.
discouraged from reporting crimes to the authorities. Even the under new management criteria Even though shrapnel had torn Number of ViolationsThis
well meaning citizen might decide to keep quiet, rather than run with in the defense establishment. into his right arm and blew a- Week - - -47
the risk of being sued afterward for his pains. Good judgment, and awarenessof way part of his hand he stayed Speeding -------6
Law enforcement relies heavily on its lines of communication with all effectivemanagementtech with the Marines.As Reckless Driving ,- '- -1
the general public. Giving an accuser reasonable protection against niques must be foremost stressed wounded Marines fell a- Going through Stop Sign -3
claims of malicious prosecution is one way of keeping those lines the guest speaker.He round him, he gave last rites to Other Violations37

of communication open.Memories. pointed out that while the seriously wounded men and pray- Twenty drivers appeared before -
Navy's goal is always operational ed over the bodies of others until the Traffic Hearing Boardat

Are Made of ThisBy effectiveness, limited resources he too fell mortally wounded. the meeting held on Tuesday.
I must be put to work at max- Father Lawrence Lawry of Holi- Disposition of the ases' cluded
imum daysburg Pa., a fellow 'chap-
Dimino capacity.In the following: Six lost drivingand
Cdr. J.T. CHC
lain and friend said "He
the field of management a good parking privileges aboard
communications,'he said that the gave the ultimate, the most he station for various periods;
How good Is your memory? the more that fearful thing comes inability to obtain data essentialto could give his life." Three were assigned to complete

Some people have beenblessedby ,like a ghost out of the past to arriving at sound decisions is A day after his death, a letter eight hour course in remedial
God with remarkable powersof torture it. What we hate and often a problem. "We are far the
appeared on regimental com- driving at NATTC; Four were
retention.It is said that Themi- dread we remember the most. from the day when decisions mander's desk from Father Ca
stocles knew by heart the names No wonder Lady Macbeth asked, which time-sensitive betaken were given warnings; Fivewere
are can podanno "I due
saying, am to
of 20 thousand citizens of "Who can blot from the mind a with high of dismissed( ; Six were lined (U.
a degree con- go home1 in late November or '
Athens. It is recorded in history rooted sorrow?" fidence so that they reflect the early December. I humbly request S. Commissioner); and One referred -
that Cyrus knew the names of What is driving people todrink, best possible choice of avail- that I stay over Christ to commanding officersfor
every soldier In his army. Sev- and sleeping tablets Is to some able courses of action." mas and New Year's with my possible disciplinary action.
eral have extent driving them to psycho-
prominent Americans
Discussing ship procurementand men. I am willing to relinquishmy Twelve drivers ere assesseda
the reputation for never forget- analytical couches. They are In design, the former Marine 30 days leave. ." total of 53 traffic points.
ting a name or face. flight from what is distasteful said that the Navy has instituteda
As we grow older, memorycan and cannot be blotted out and program where private Industrywill -'
bring us many happy moments most often this is a sense of enter into the field of ship ,
as we relive happy events. guilt, a memory of guilt. design. He said, "we hope this .
But memory is also the sourceof Often we forget or do not will lead
new approach to
Improved -
JA.X.A..I: Ft N ,
unhappiness to many people realize that in order to dispel. American: shipbuilding tech- S
I today; hence their attempt to fears and anxieties there Is another niques facilities, more par-
1 stifle it with alcohol. What is remedy besides sleeping ticipating by industry In naval
the explanation for the vast a- tablets and that is to confrontour ship design, and economies in The TAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
mount of sleeping tablets soldto guilt and ask the forgivenessof the building of those ships." distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
the American public? It has God. Another way, of course, In the past the Navy has had Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company,
been pointed out enough are soil It to live right, so we won't haveto almost exclusive domain in the a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX
AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
Affairs Office -
to in the United to forget.
put every person try
of before bids
designing ships Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 10:00 noon on Monday
States to sleep twenty two were let with industry, before publication. News items are welcomed from all
nights a year, or to put nin I Correction I I Another Navymanagementproblem sources Telephone 772 3118 or 3119.
million people to sleep three- discussed by the under
hundred and sixty five nightsa The story in last week's Jax- secretary is the aeronauticalrework Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and quer-
year. Air News concerning Marine He said theNavyhas ies concerning such should be directed to:
Undoubtedly, some of this is NCO Birthday Ball Nov. 10 program.
about 40 per cent of its bud- The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
stated that the price for the
medically for the easing -
necessary
tied in its air and
get up arm Jacksonville. Fla.
of pain, but many of the evening will be $15 for couples the rework centers are not keep- 32210 Telephone 388 2755.

pills are taken in an effort to'forget" and $7.50 single, including din- ing up with the investment of an
or "get away from it ner and drinks. The prices are accelerated aircraft inventory.He VOL. 25 NO. 31 I OCTOBER 26
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all for dinner only and do not include -
said the rework cycle must
It is a psychological fact that drinks. Those attendingwill keep pace with demands in order
the more the mind fears a thing, bring their own drinks.



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t. : ; Newsmakers Dependents :

.. .......... Party Oct. 28By 11
VF-62 ..
Awards
.1 Brig. Emil MillerA
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VA-86 Diamond, Melvin to ADJC usa party for dependents of
011 Walsh, Charles to PNl deployed personnel of all U. S. I
.0( Michael Carta to AME3 Military branches serving over- ,
!;:. ,:.. Plane Captain of the Month: Fogg, James to ADJ3 seas and at sea will be held at t

. Donald L. Peterson AMH3 Finlay, David to PN3 the Jacksonville Beach Auditorium -
: King, Larry to PR3 Saturday morning, October -
. VA-174 28, 1967, from 9:30 to 1 :30
. '.' VA-45 o'clock Admission is free. ,
r'. Plane Captain of the Month: Children must be accompaniedby r ,
Advanced to ADJ3: their mother or a responsibleadult.
James M. Sc/ifavone ATN3 Adams. TH; Amtsberg, W. N.; I
Bednorz B.M.; D'Amico, J.L. There will be entertainment 1S
Sailor of the Month Glenn, T.E.; Greiner, R.G.; Ir- and refreshments.In .
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by H.M.; MacPherson, J.D.; these days of unrest sitins,
John H. Parker Meriano, RJ.; Ninesling, C.K.; draft card burnings,protests,the \
Sammon, G.D.; Schneider, R.F.; families of our military personnel
Snycer, G.D.; Stewart,R.D.;Wil- serving overseas especially in <\
VA-64 son,JJ3.; and Wojtuniak, F. Vietnam need help in keeping up 1
Lancer of the Month Advanced to AE3. their morale and all that goes \
: Benson, T.S; Campbell: L.A.; with keeping America safe for 1
Kenneth Harold Barton ADJ3 Pomeroy, S.D.; Spiess, P.E.; democracy. USO is much con- cec 4
Advaced to AME3: Dunsmore, cerned about the dependents of \
G.A. men who are overseas, espe-
Nam trade t 1016 Advanced to AMH3: Potter R.E. cially the men in Vietnam.
Advanced to ATR3: Sunderland, This dependents program Is Y
Y
Instructor of the Month
: WJ. of
planned so that the morale
Advanced to ATR2: Krebsbach, these dependents is kept at a high
James R. Kieffer/ AT7 R.D. level. Sesta Berger ::

Advanced ot AZC:Carta Larry The USO Council of the Beachesis \
ReenlistmentsVA174 sponsoring the party and the
VA 172 (Continued) committee in charge made up
of Mrs. Ned S. Olin, Mrs. Mar- SBob's Oak Hill !
4th Increment garet B. Spainhour and Lt. Com- ,
'I t AQF2 Robert J. Fischer AZ2 Eddie BillingsTo Grusius DC-
To : mander Richard J. ,
ADJ2: William HolmesTo USN. Pure Service Center
four years. ABH3: Roger Ochs ,

4 To SDI: Anastacio QuintoTo Open for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
'. CFAD ADJC: Billy Thompson5th

YNJ Joseph W.' Teasley, YN3 IncrementTo : Leo GerstalTo Buy road service pick "p & delivery 1
ADJC Lonnie Glllean
four years. To A02: Allan: Havel mechanic OH duty. American & Foreign Cars ;

To ATN2: Wallace King
I Operations 6th IncrementTo Bonds
103rd & Jammes Road ti
AE1: David Thompson 771 -9156
ADR2 John H. Giles, Jacksonville, Florida


four years. New Booksat t

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AEI Robert L. Veazey,_ LibraryBy

I six years.AdvanceMeits Sharon Arnold, Librarian


j CHINA BOMB by Richard Tre-
gaskis. American intelligence
VA172 agents discover that the Chinese f
J 1st Increment have made and prepared to deliver :
j Advanced to ADJ3: Michael R. their first H-bomb. The .
Banks, William Jenner, Eugene target is to be the U. S. Seventh : : ;
1 Marron, Gary Matjasic, Anthony Fleet, and the Chinese premier
Mays, Herbert Wandel, Selby expects that the resulting wrangle -
Williams. in the UN will block any I': YJTN4VY
Advanced to ATN3: Theodore attempt at retaliation. A small
Fiscus, David Lawson, William group of American commandos,
Neal. most of them highly trained
To AMH3:'Joseph M. DeschampsTO Beret troopers, sets out to locate
AME3:William R. Mugg and destroy the bomb, aided by
YO ATR2: James Haas, Bruce friendly agents within Red China.
Hill A suspenseful novel of intrigueand October 27th 1 J
To A03: Dennis Cook warfare in the Far' East, ..
To AE3: Donald Heydt by the author of Vietnam Diary. if.
2nd incrementTo For the Science fiction fans, a :
AE2: Gilberto Delerme, Harold new novel by Keith Laumer, .,
Haynes.To PLANET RUN. Anoldtimer
ADJ2: Kenneth DuganTo among the frontiersmen of space, 1
AMS3: Milford Herrick3rd Captain Henry knew a few tricks SALUTING
Increment: the younger spacemen hadn't
To PN3: Murray ClaytonTo learned, and he put them all to I+
YN3: John Empfleld use in the rough and tumble
To A02: Russell JFlannery exploration of a new world that ., .the men and women of the U.S. Navy and Marineson
To AK3: Freddie'OwensTo had just been opened to pros- .)
ADJ1: Robert Rooney pectors. the 192nd anniversary of your service. We, of Westside/ <
i '
Atlantic Bank, like all good Americans everywhere, are
CAREER OPPORTUNITIESFOR .
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!I MD Degree Seekers Proposed Basic Pay I




I Granted Long LeaveThe

PerGr.d.. u...N a 0.... a 0.... J 0..r4 0.... 6 0.... S oYer I 10 0.N la 0_ 1 14 .0.... 16 0II Oret 20 0.N n 0.... 26

Under Secretary of the their own admission to an approved OFFICERS

Navy has outlined anew program United States or Canadian 0'IPrw.nf ........... SI"24.IO $1411.10 ...... ...... ...... 'IS3OA ...... ..IM1.20 ...... '17".11 ....?.. SH$: : .... ...... .. sffl -=
iroVa.d ......... II01.tO 1157.00 ...... ...... ...... "".40 ...... 1740.60 ...... 1141.10 ....
which enables regular Navy officers medical school, and will bear all hc,.... .......... n." 12.10 ...... ... ... ...... 15." ...... tz,4O ...... ".00 ...... 101'60 .. .,...... IIaio.
.. ..... ... ..... .,.... 11UG.60 ...... l64tio .. 176' "
take extended leave of the of the school. 0.3 Pr.r..f ........ IU1.1O 1291.10 SIIDJO .. 1751.10 1"11.70
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to ..
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expenses Prepe.e4 ......... IU1.tO 1167.70 Im,4O ...... ...... 1"12.10 ...... 1.I.tO ...... "".40 .. 1740. 1MI.11I.cr..N
absence without pay for the purpose Selectees retain their commission ....... ... 70,10 n.60 74.10 ...... ...... n.tO ...... n.JO ...... ..10 11)0'60 tz'4O $1712./0 .MAO....
o-t PteMIIt ........... 110.30 1177.10 1201.40 ...... ...... Im.1I ...... IJI6.60 ...... 1412.70 $1411.50 1611'10
} of obtaining a Doctor ofMedicine in the Navy for a period. Incro.N Pv.p..d .::::::::: lars: ::: 1343.10 M.00: I 1212.10 47J0 :::::: :::::: I 134770 72.10 ':::::: 113.10 75.10: :::::: 149ri:: 112:10: 1"40 15:10: 15.10:' ::::::
degree. of obligated service, and must 0.7 ProN.f ........... 949.10 1014.tO ...... ...... $SIOIt.tO. ...... $1121.10 ...... $111110 IM.IO 1..10. ...... ...... ......
for Prop.Nd .,....... 1002.10 I, ...... ....,. 1111.70 ...... 1104.10 ...... I$310 I 1M7.70 I 1442.20
who
Officers in all categories agree to apply appointmentin } !! !! :::::: :::::: ::::::
I IIC,.... .. ........ 13.10 _. .... ...... ,.40 ...... 12.70 ...... 11.00 11./0 77.40:
have completed two years of act- the Medical Corps in the grade 04 "......$ ........... 701.10 m.70 024.10. ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 1S2.3O "'.70 1417.10 105'.90 1121.40 121.50InhepeNd
( .. ....... 7.10 11.10 ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... toO.OO 104I.tO 1I1t.JO 111410 1214.
ive service are eligible. Naval and lineal position for which .......... ".M 41.20 14110 ...... ....,. ...... ...... 47.70 51.20 10535..2030 19M 6170 ..:10'....
Academy and regular Naval Re- professionally eligible six 0.1 Prow.f ........... 162.10 "1.10 7M10. 721.70 741.711 11130 110.20 910." Im'20 1047'90 99240
) serve officer training corps pro- months after earning the MD de- r.:: .::::::::: 111; : 400.40 MM: 714.10 11.40: :::::: :::::: :::::: 743.10 40:.00 010.40 42.00 M4.3 11.30: 323.40 43.20: 113.00 42.20 U:7'O:.' 11:10: :::.::.:

gram graduates who are not physically gree. Any previous obligation not o..e P.Nef ..::::::::: n/.3o 101.30 m:: tt:: :::::: 127.30 443.00 154.10 432.70.: m:: m:: m:: 00170$52.41 $14.7010cr 123.00..: .:.::.:.. .: :..::..:.::. .::.:...:.
.... .......... 26.70 n.40 14.10 ...... K..IO 74.40 3tJO 41.40 41.20 5.10 .10
qualified for appointmentin } fulfilled and six months for each 0.1 "...1It ........... "' 1." 491.20 126.10 $511.20 611.10 61J.3O 441.20 700,50 717." .. ... ...... ...... ....,. ....,..
I the unrestricted line but who year of extended leave will count Pr.po..d 1ecrwN .::::::::: 444.70 24.40: 120.00 21,40: 564.20 23.40: 411.30 12.10 415.10 74.20: 411.70 21.40: 704.70 27.50: 773.00 3t30: $1.00 4010: :::::: :::::: :::::: ::::!: '1..3:::

I are physically qualified for appointment toward obligated time. o.a Propa.d h.Nnl ..::::::::: : U:. 447.70 410.70 =: 160.10 121.40: :lUg :::::: :::::: :: ::: : :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: ::::.::. ::::::

}are also eligible.An in the. Medical Corps, naval Selectees activity will nearest be ordered the medi-to the 0.1 E..:::::::::: rii:: ..,= m:= :.23.10.:.... :..23.10..:... :::::: :::::: :: ::: : :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: ::::.. ::::::

extended leave period, nor cal school attended, and will be 11Ie,.... .......... 17.10 ISM 2.40 .... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......

mally maximum of five years, placed in an extended leave sta- OFFICERS WITH OVER 4 YEARS' ENLISTED SERVICE

four years to. complete medical tus under the Excess Leave pro- 0.1 --t ........... ...... ...... ...... 111.20 '611.10 611.JO 417.10 700.50 721.70' ...... ...... ...... ;..... ......
Propound ......... ...... ...... ...... 6I1.tO ".M "' .7'0' 704.7'0' m.1O 769.10 ....., ...... ...... :..,.. ......
school and one year of intern- gram (Medical). IIIC..N .......... ...... ...... ,..... n,70 ...20 30:10 17.JO 3t30 40.10 ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
0'2 "..... ........... ...... ...... ...... 121.40 132.10 143.30 m.lO 600.00 6".10 ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
ship, is given. Although the selectees do not Pro.d ......... ...... ...... ...... 110.10 162.20 110.20 6'0.20' 133.40 51.)0 ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
The applicants must arrange earn leave while in a non pay 0.1 IncrNN Prn..f .:::::::::: :::::: :::::: 1 :::::: 420.30 2310: 441.0 2+:.70 Jg::; ..g:1: : 4/.30 71.40: 12t.40 31.50: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: ::::::
status, they may earn leave dur Propa.a..1..... ...... ...... ...... 443.70" m.70 491.40 lOt.10 126.10 150.50 ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
I.cro.N .......... ...... ...... ...... n.40 25.20 26.10 21.00 27." 29.10 ...... ...... ...... ...... ........
Local ing school vacation periods while
FRA assigned to a summer clerkship WARRANT OFfiCERS

program. W-4 Pr.NM ..::::::::: 47.40 443.40: 413.10 111.1'0:I' :::::: m: :lUg 131.20 141.20: :1:: 400.00 137.44: lli:: =:;: 411.20 104.10: 411.40 721.10: 712.10 712.10: 747.10Prop..d 110.40
f Hosts Nahill The excess leave status will 11Ie,.... .......... 21.20 27.00 ...... 27.t4 21.10 10.00 SIN n." n.lo 16.10 17.10 .1,70 7330 42.tO
W.I Prn.ef ........... 401." 40.10 ...... .....501 464.20 .7.10 111.70 1J1.50 14t.3O 161.10 111.20 605.7'0' 627.tO 650.40
end if the selectees fail to maintain PropoNd ......... 4.1.40 ....00 ...... m.JO 419.70 "".10 144.10 "2.20 110.20 197.60 6I1.tO 433.40 W.OO 616.70
24.10 20.20 25.50 21.30 21.00 23.70 30.30 32.70 35.10 74.10W2
an acceptable academic record Pr.N.f .:::::::::: 13::: 211.00: :::::: 3.t0: 420.30: 443.10: 450: 47.40: 003.20: I ag 524.00 JUg 545.00: ....
c Local Fleet Reserve Associa- or abandon the" study of PropoNd ......... a77.70 401.60 ,..... ,120.10 "' ..70 ....00 485.70 101.10 120.10 11I.10 564.20 In.tO 197.60 ......
,.... ..., ,, ......
126 and 290at IIIC .. 20.10 21.60 n,20 21.40 2"tO 25.10 26.70 27." 21.50 29,40 JO.JO 11.10
tion Branches 91 and medicine. W-I PNnf .. 542.00 403.00 420.30 437.40 414.20 457.10 104,13
will host Stanley S. peed ::::::::: rru: 341.20: :::::: m:: =:= 42.30: 443.70: 442.00: 413.70: mJ: 514.10: 132.10I.cn.N : :::::: ::::::
Mayport Eligible officers may submit .......... 16.10 It.20 ...... 20.70' al.60 12.10 n.4O 24." 25.10 26.40 27.JO 21.20 ...... .....,
Nahill, national vice presidentof letter requests to the Chief of '
the Fleet Reserve Associa- ENLISTED
Naval Personnel, B623. ...... ...... .. ...... .. .. .. .. .
round of 1.0 .. .. .... .. .. .... 110.60 12130,. 114.)0 146.110 1St.00 13140 m.lo 681.r. -
tion this week in a meet- I 0 144.30 53.20
and dinner. r.:: .::::::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: 21.10: "J:1: : 30.00: I7J:: 31,31.: 'tl:: 'IU: 4.31 74.30:
ings Your Career 14 "..... ........... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 21400.40 452.10 461.10 475.10 417.20 499,20 121." 51.11Pr.po..d
8 Nahill will 413.40 44510 477.30 4M.M 102.20 114.10 15.30 420.11I.cr..N
Today at p.m., .::::::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: 34.00: 21.40: 25.20: 24.10: 14.70 21.30: 'g:;: 70.70: 31.N:
attend the monthly business Box 1-7 743.10 112.10 1M.. 34410 He.20 16'60 JlUO "'.... 411.110 422.70' 414.40 ....40 443.00 121."
Question Propeid'::::::... 340.00 353.40 241.00 310.30 330.30 "; 415.10 434.10 414.40 45.10 434.20 550.30
meeting of Branch 126, 7673 r.: .., .::::::::: zn. :: 11.00: 11.40: 13.10: 20.10: 20.10: f1: 21.30 23.11: 23.70: 24.30: : 24.40: 23.10

I Blanding Blvd. He will speak on By Career Counselor E-6 Pra.M Pr.pe.d..::::::::: rJro =:: 237.40 NON: ::: 317.40 335.10: 347.10 321.00: =:= 350.20 210.30: m:: ::: =:: :::::: :::::: ::::::
the FRA's voice Congress.. IIIC,.... .......... l1.tO lI.tO ".10 17.10 17.70 11,10 It.20 20.10 20.70 21.10 21.60 ....., ...... ......
1-1 "..... ?......... 200.40 246." N." 270.00 217.70 19t,4O II 1.10 mlO 121." ...... ...,.. ...... ...... ......
\ All members and guests of 1. Is there a career personnel Propetted ??...., all.lO 260.70 m.oo 211.00 JOJ.tO 111.20 121.10 MOIO 147.10 ...... ....., ...... ...... ......
the area branches and the ladies incentive program upon re- 1-4 Ir..f 111111,00 .:::::::::: 140.40 11.10: an::: 222.30 14.41: 240.40 11.00: 212.40 1.20: ".!1410.:.. .!11.40.:.. .!11.00.;.. .!11.70.;.. :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: ::::::
auxliaries are invited to attend. enlistment? Propoeed ....... .. $177.tO m.20 DI.IO 254.10 266.70 ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ....., ...... ..:...
11ICrM. .......... ... 11.70 1J.60 II.JO 14.10 ...... ...... ...... ...... .... .. ...... ...... ...... ...
Other events he will attend 2. What are the eligibility 5-1 -t ........... 121.10 110.10 11110. ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .,.... .r.... ::...;
PVOPONd ......... $121.70 In.7'O' Itz.O ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ....., ......
include a Branch 126 ship- quirements? IIC,.... .......... 6.tO ,... 10.20 ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ..r... ...... ......
wreck Saturday Branch 91 bus- 3. When should 1-2 PrnM$ ....u..... 100.10 141,00 ...... .1311. ...... ...... ..1311 ...... n.... ?n.. 11.13. ...... ...... ......
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a person apply Prop .d I 150.20 ..
iness meeting Wednesday, and for this ? 11ICrM.. .::::::::: 1.70: I'.: :::::: .:::::: :::::: :::::; :::::: ::::::.. :::::: :::::: :::::: ::::.1 :::::: ::::::
program 1-1 PteMIIt ........... %.30 129,00 ...... .... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
the Mayport Branch 290 business 4. When will the applicant be ......... ICI1.IO $116.20 ...... .1....... ...... ...... ..;... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
meeting on Nov. 2. notified of acceptance into the ,.1- ,:." .;::.i.,:::::: ,:.: u.7.20.... .:::::: :::::: :::::: i::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: ,:::::. :::::: ., :ffi;: '.\ ::;::: ::::::

program? r:4.: ::::::::: 3.713 LIO: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: ::::::. :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: :::::: ::::::. .4..r.::: ::::::

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1024 F/oq/er/ Ave. South 4I1r stfwouij HAS Driver Coarse
uIRMI. ... ...rrIHtUUU. lrlruaSrfIMNNIMFOR aaJq1 uJ1Snu33J ] sqiuoui By Skip Foi'rffeMNARTU
r XIS .1Uat.l1SJIU3 jo uojiEjjdxa oj
Sax participated in the came to Miami. In September, she Ten military personnel were
JOJJd Stpuow aaaqi 4 Aiddy guojms
recent graduates of the air station -
""' jussaJd dedication of the new Veterans was accepted bv the program and
Amp uo
YOUR BOATING pjtoq Administration Hospital in will attend the University of Colorado Security Department's Dri-
stpuotu zi 3A'tq l isnjp
Gainesville, Fla., by providingfour for further indoctrination."I ver Survival course.
NEEDS. pajoaias lootps atp
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A4D jets for a flyover as decided to join the VISTA Receiving: certificates of com-
osja
joj aiojSfp aq jsnw
Inlet ( a pan of the ceremonies, Sun- program because of the existing pletion were Duane Wright, Albert -
anoj urban and rural }poverty which is N. Simpson Jr., Larry C.
jo uonuSjiqo *>JAJ3g
Marine Floridians in attendance the fly- tire United States",she said when Noggle, Errol L. Horton
jo saraC fri J3M q1)Oqe* over, provided the highlight for asked why she had joined. Charles Hutchinson, DonaldA.
p.I't fr 3 s&ippj iivatvj1do1ddv v 'Z
SALES sad SERVICE the ceremony. "Not that I am going to change Lee, William C. Clendeningand
sv ,.:>,. Jog ****.*.* anything but if I can help a fewindividuals Ronald F. Schneider.The .
,, ,, SSPD 'tootps pa31l1'tJm't
SN Carolyn M. Gregory, a get an education and free eighthourdefensive
Mercury and saajjo AAN auj. saA .t member of NARTU's Naval Air advance in any field that they driving course, designed by the

MerCruiserEXPERT Reserve staff, said farewell to choose to apply themselves, it National Safety Council and spon-
r fellow reservists here Sunday. will be a rewarding experience." sored by the Navy Security Department -

1 Carolyn will be leaving the Carolyn said, at first her for the command, is

1u r-B. area for Denver, Colo. and the mother objected to her joiningthe open to all military personnel,

u l VISTA Program. VISTA (Vol- program, however, after civilian employees,their dependents -

unteers in Service to America) learning more about it, and its and guests of Cecil Field and

is the domestic Peace Corps. aims, she fully accepted the idea. Jax.Police
i ""''II... BOldscfa She learned of this program With a Bachelor of A ns degree Sgt. Warren W. Easter-

1 when a VISTA recruiting team In English from Florida Atlantic ling supervisory policeman of

University, she hopes to teach the Security Department, is the
some of the less fortunate American instructor.

r JAX'S GREATEST Indians the three "R's" and Beginning each week, the classes -

FURNITURE help others attain a high school meet in Bldg. 13 on Monday
guan level education. and Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. and

c..o. Carolyn has been a Naval Air on Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m.
VALUESJ, Reservist for the past four years Anyone interested in attending

.WHOLESALE 1, and attended monthly drills here the course may contact the Security

r \ (Thilas while living in Uami.rr' Office at Ext. 2661.

PRICE TO EVERYONE I!_ r' I. .. oooR.aooooooooooMadam -

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Garden Type Apartments For Financing and Insurance Read Past Present and Future
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Kitchens equipped with G-E DYER M. BURR Today and be rid of them

Ranges 0 Refrigerators: GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES TOMORROW!!"
Individual Air
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Poster Children A


Are SelectedThe

sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles. Bullington have been
selected as the Muscular Dystrophy -
poster children of the
year' for Florida.
Bullington works at the Naval
Rework Facility here in the pow- 4.'i.
er Plant Division.
The boys, Stevie and Chuck, 1
will be assisting Mrs. Fred L.
Cotten Sr. who has been selected -
chairman of the 1967 Mothers MOTORS
March to be held Nov. 18 and 19.
4'The Muscular Dystrophy As- BARGAIN LOT!
sociation's muscle disease research -
is the hope for thousandsof '----c ca
children and adults;'said Mrs. 64 VOLKSWAGEN
Gotten) as plans were set for 4 1c u Convertible. $750
this year's drive. M1
\ 63 KARMANN GHIA

Eight at NARF ap # % 9B Convertible. $750
6 62 VOLKSWAGEN

To Be AdvancedAdvancement Jj Convertible. $595

60 CADILLAC
in rating has been s
authorized for 44 cent of the Convertible. $550
Naval Air Rework per Facility per VALUE ENGIN EERING..L.J. Sellers (L), seminar coordinator, demonstrated a cost reduction
sonnel who participated in the plan to Cdr. W.D. Harkins, acting executive officer, and Capt. C.T. Faulders Jr.. (R) commanding '
August service-wide examin- officer NARF during the value engineering seminar. 61 VOLKSWAGENS325
ations.
The following eight men of We Cater To
the Rework Facility and their Seminar Continues af NARFA ServicemenWe
advancement dates are:
On Oct. 16 AN W.D. Metcalfto two week Value Engineering to the men participating in PAVE Sztan, and Robert Reichenback.: hy-Sell-Fllilce
ADJ3; on Nov. 16 ADR1 R.F. Seminar, which started here -- Principles and Applications The vendors of various Industries -
Sorrel to ADCS and ADJ2 B.A. Monday, is being hosted by the Value Engineering -- accordingto across the nation will
Reynolds to ADJ1; on Dec. 16, Naval Air Rework Facility and L. J. Sellers, seminar co- be on hand Monday with displaysand 6566Normandy
AN C.L. Fox to AZ3; ADR3 attended by a select group of ordinator.The presentations to aid the instructors Blvb.
A.R. Hettrick to ADR2, AE2 T.R. representatives from various seminar opened with a in the seminar.
Nichols to AE1 and on Jan. 16, Department of Defense activities speech by RAdm. Daniel K.Weit-
1968 AMH3 SG Kingsleyto-Ar-.UI2 Producing the equivalent func- zenfield, and is progressing with Other seminar coordinatorsare 781-4978
and AN G.D. Taylor to AM I13. tion at a lowercosttothegovernment daily lectures by the three instructors Anthony Breda Peter,Pa-
is the main idea stressed : Saul Schwartz Louis cuk, Foy Crosby and John Cooke.



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--r___ marks the 192nd commanded BonHornme Richard, r-- 7' : ,
Tomorrow '
: anniversary of the U. S. Navyas the Serapis reduced d the Rfchard[ : LA : ,. ,:;" J
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the 45th annual Navy League to a critical state. Captain Pear- V VV ...;:' ..jt.. "N'j; ,.. V
son, sure of a victory, called to j71r j- V V ; '
V Is celebratedby .'i '> "
Day
Navy ,
Sponsored ', I I1
asking \Whether' he had >"
V V V VV'fV U. S. Navymen and women Jones --//1/'/ ':'
V V. V V T
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V ,. "
VVt' V i7i2'4 his
: V throughout the world. "struck his colors. Though .,f t .' ,
t V ship was severely damaged, t "
of Americahas
The Navy League J Jones thundered back with his ., V .
r sponsored Navy Day since famous answer, "I have not yet j V --'Fk' ,
a "V VV
1922. The date was selected for fight." V
to
V begun
VV'4VV V V observance of Navy Day (In honorof
hero and famous
Another great :
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President Theodore Roosevelt, .
quotation became known 34 years ;
who, (in his lifetime expresseda later, during the War of 1812, V .I'I
deep understanding of naval when Oliver Hazard Perry commanded I.
affairs and the need to developa the Lawrence during the ; I V ..
I martitime power. October 27 Battle of Lake Erie. With four- *, VV V
V____
__was his birthday. fifths of his crew dead or wounded __ ___________V V ______ V # l''
The first legislation for the establishment his ship crippled, Perry fac-- V V
of a navy actuallycame ed defeat, but' he transferred to ,

.' (in 1775, after the outbreak another ship, the Niagara. Maneuvering V ( : I ff ffV

V of the Revolutionary George his new ship through TEAM WORK--It takes team work to launch aircraft from :a carrier out ,'
Washington saw the need (for sea enemy lines, it took him but 15 at t sea, and every Navyman is a part of an important team. :t:
power to discourage the possi-- .
minutes to defeat the enemy. It ,to"I "" I
bility of a British seaport blockade.InearlyOctoberthatyearhe- after this battle that Perry .. >V '
was ;
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sent his famous message, "We .,
ON LAND-AVietnameseyoungster who suffered serious burns when an sent an urgent message to Con- have met. the enemy and they are //I'. !-'(" V
gress in Philadelphia urging the '"
accidental fire broke out in his home is treated by a Navy hospital corpsman immediate establishment of ours. V .
a Many great heroes have em- .
at a squadron dispensary located at the Da NangAir Base in the erged from the wars of the past, : !! '" 0.pV(' ;'\, '
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Republic of Vietnam. Hospital corpsman serving in Vietnam are among navy.On October 13, Congress finally ( and on this Navy Day,the world's' 'r the who remain silent heroes. "
many ,voted to establish a committee Navy continues it's task
-..- -. .... ..- of three, called the Marine of greatest defending liberty. AWAY FROM HOME-U's' hard to say good-bye to a family

__ V V V Committee, to organize a navy., The United States Navy, its .. \. yet thousands of sailors must do it to put in required sea

VV : ____ The three chosen, John Adamsof ships, its men and* women duty, where many remain on duty 24 hours a day.ServiceMenWelcome .
V V Massachusetts, John Langdonof the have been ... ..
they .
are doing Job
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IN THE AIR-U.S. Navy pilots are flying half the air strikesin ;
;: New Hampshire and Silas prepared for in the peacetimeyears -------------------

Vietnam. Many return, some do not, but each in his own Deane of Conneticut,were to con since 1 Korea.< A job that is

way leaves the mark of 192 years of Navy tradition of bravery struct a navy. not pleasant,nor comfortablebut,

patriotism and skill. On the same day the committeewas a job that has to be done. Theyare ,, '/i price admission any time

----- organized,John Adams drove the quiet heroes. ."a.-.I..... upon' presentation of I. D.
them (into action and launchedthe Today's' Navyman is a success AMMUNITION HANDLERS-pass clips of 40MM ammunition to mount it

project. Historians have put story, for wherever you go you loaders on board the USS Whl te River, (LSMR 536)) as they shell a Open 7 Days A Week
hear about the U. S. Navy
him on the books as the founder can Viet Cong infiltrated village near the coast.
BIG CHIEFHarold of-the American Navy. and its pilots flying- nearly half I I
the air strikes Vietnam, or
Stemming from the same war liOn Oct 13,1'l75thefirst, ,
Seabees. building, insteadof
Navy IIIL
was a man historians have nam- destroying in Vietnam, and r naval legislation passedbythe Fs
'
ed as the Navy's greatest hero Continental Congress provided -
and tradition maker, John patrol boat crews cleaning up the for two warships. In the
Mekong Delta rivers.
Paul Jones. 192 years since, the Navy has
F't.,' Jones became famous for his Navy scientists have reportednew made large contributions to _Roosevelt .llvd. .
and
in Anarctica
discoveries
,
P.,.." -b VVr refusal to accept defeat. Duringa our country in peace and war.
Next to Roosevelt
chart ( Mall
___ naval oceanographers are ) V
R.t. VxrV sea battle between the British Officers and have devoted
men
,... '
ing the oceans. They are another .
CPO 'w frigate Serapis, commanded by type of hero in the search for their lives gallantly, ably'and 384-3411 V i
0..., Pearson and the Jones'' V
) VV Capt. knowledge for the betterment of zealously for the welfare of OOOOOOOGOOOOOOO
\ America. Around the World .

own a: man.This year's' Navy Day theme, today you in our splendid Navy _n-o-n-o oo-o-n- '

}Farm' an Mayport V "U. S. Navy, Mark of a Man." serve with the same dedi-- ow !
Walter Nolan Roosevelt V portrays the dedication of the cation. I,.am proud to serve o :t
low* Webcr NormandySPEED motorcycle? men and women who serve our with you." ,
country around the world. Adm. T. H. Moorer ,

motorscooter?'? __Through_ loyality__ __ ,__hard_ work Adm. Moorer Chief Naval Operations o o
AT SEA-More than 1 I.800,]1. :ships I I': make up the U.S.. Navy fleet. allu aeaicauon' to duty, everyonein ,

Aboard. .. each ship. is a crew of highly: trained mendoing, a job the Navy uniform,from seaman 0o
) EQUIPMENT that must be. done.Rozrj. recruit to admiral, has earnedthe WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.

r title, "Mark of a Man." tU$ $ ;tKWi V V ''Lk/k(( / ,I I'V
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TREE | FREE I FREE -n- Located-- In Roosevelt St Mall Shopping- Center,. NEAR BOTH BASES ** Some people don't' need auto loam .-. .. .1
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775 15" 7.75 14" PR\CE\
13 jj.4" x x Hamburger ............15$ you immediately with Reserve NATIONAL RANK OF.I&CKSONVILLE o

00PfVs $ 95, I [E1131ciTJ-J I Motorcycle Liability Insurance. ALL APTS HAVE:
7 1095
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Shake................?..]$$ LOW. LOW RATES as lowas .WALL-TO-WALL I BEFORE yOU .rCOINAt. & OBPOCIT INCUNAMCK CORPORATION!, .. e.o e.

) $$30 a year. No red tape CARPETS o '
F'.H.T. 4t a Plus F .T $$7 6 r| P/vs/ F E T $$2 20WSW 0 ; ( '
French Fries .........22$ fast countrywide claim service. 8 DRAPES Check compare know what you pay! OFF'.CE.
:: Rev upl I Call me now I Vas CENTRAL AIR & HEAT Then get your loan the BENEFICIAL way! NAS JAX FACILITY o
Add $$2.00Alt other sues Low. Low, Low UTILITY ROOM Get up to $$600 take up to 24 months to
VV V 52C PORCH \C ASH repay! Just phone.. get cash in 1-visit to Building 39 Ext. 3870 I V
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ENGINE E OVERHAUL (Parts extra) 49/)5) up All for low as $$30 S the office.. .or drop in today! o

V REBUILD BALL JOINTS (pts. & labor) 15.95 up p Swimming Pool & Complete Get that BIG O.K.< at Beneficial! Monday Wednesday: 10:00: a.m. 3:00: p.m.
SMOCKS FRONT OR REAR (pts. & labor) 12.95"P A'loan./juicy)hamburger. Facilities Thursday: 9:30: a.m. 4:30: p.m. ,
BRAKE SHOES Any U. S. Car (pts. &; labor) 10.95up cooked over oO'e"' flames. CONTINENTAL Laundry LOANS UP TO $$600 Friday: 10:00: a.m. 3:00: p.m. o

SCIENTIFIC BALL JOINTS ENGINE REPLACED TUNE(pts.UP (&labor labor)) 29.95up 4 95wp' A critp.heaping golden bagful trench of fries.,. INSURANCEUderwriters Hear and Schools Parochial- Both Private,' Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville I o .MMNMUMaiM... .. .. .1 I.1i Ii


I A Thai"rich's a full-flavored real f Triple Treat shake!, U, inc. & Shopping CenterS 5635 ROOSEVELT BLVD.,VENETIA VILLAGE 388.937 SHOP. CTR. Cecil Field FACILITYOFFICEBullding26 -=: jMIMCKN
BIG CHIEF TIRE Co. Next to Winn-Dixie Phone: i NAS j
I I URGES 6479 Roosevelt i
388-7676 ,. .. ..
103rd at 3 other Beneficial officet erve the Jacksonville Area
Blanding Blvd. 6756 103rd, STREET See phase book white pages t'for,neorett. office Ext. 226 : 0

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5444. NORMANDY, I 6-207- QQOSEVEL T 0. i iWn ,.h1IIs.kwrf. .. ... L Ii Insurance BENEFICIALFINANCE Monday Friday, : 10:00: a.m. 2:00: p.m.. ,
RESIDENT MGR.-APT 7 U o .' Military Pay Days 9:00: am., 3:00: pan.I 0

l MI-UK rwnK .rrwmuaii, ,; SOAP on tlio Oo..Go Burger liof Home Company V D. W. Priest, USN (Ret) SYSTEM I l. VVV ,
Office: Chicago. Illinois ..
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I I INATTC Behiiidthe Scene | L J '-' f

Final financial returns for the
Tom Raker
By Commissary Store Jacksonville

Shiley Gibson and JacquelineStone hospital wards. This training will LIW complex were signed by Cdr.
wives of AE School per- continue until they receive Red W. D. Wolfe'officer' charge
sonnel, volunteered for the fall Cross caps on Nov. 8. 1 V ,, t ms a ,, October 17. Commander Wolfe
class of Red Cross volunteer They work one day each week will report for duty as executive
workers. They completed 20 for four hours. The girls have 1v *' officer of the Navy Subsistence
hours of Red Cross training in been very enthusiastic about their ; : office in Washington, D. C.

a two week period: at the Naval work and are caring for children, -V-.,... LCdr. V. L. Reeder assumed
Hospital during September. instructing patients in handi- duty as officer in chargeof
They are now completing on- crafts and participating in other the complex. His last duty
the job training in various Red Cross projects. was senior assistant supply officer -
........ at the Submarine Base,

Scout Meeting AO School Honorman: AA R. Pearl Harbor.
E. Banning, 84; Honor Class: The Jacksonville complex includes -
735A. the commissary stores
Slated FridayBoy AE School Honorman: LCpl.R. here, May port, Cecil Field, and
G. Chain, 94.31. Glynco and Albany, Ga.
Scout Troop 131 of NAS ........ During Commander Wolfe'stour

Jax held its reorganization meet- NATTC is included inthemany of duty, a Navy and Air
ing Friday. military installations represented Force commissary store were
Under the supervision of Scout- by exhibits at the Greater consolidated into the complex.
master Leo Nau, the troop inventoried Jacksonville Fair. NATTC'sdisplay r Sales increased from an averageof
its equipment and made is a combination pictures, $825,000 to$1,150,000monthly
plans for enlarging and improvingthe slides, tapes, and equipment illustrating A computer for centralized
troop. the variety of train- THE JACKSONVILLE COMMISSARY COMPLEX changed command procurement stock control and
.. Attendance of the meeting was ing offered by the command.AO Oct. 17 as Cdr. W.D. Wolfe (left) signed the final fin- accounting was installed and several -
fair but Nau stressed the importance School has rockets and missiles ancial return and welcomed LCdr. V.L. Reeder, the new of- major renovation projectswere
of increased member- on display. AE School has ficer-in-charge. accomplished to better
ship and parent panicipation. an electronic Jacob's Ladder anda serve the 75,000 patrons that utilize -
There will be a meeting at 7 Telsa coil which raises the the commissary stores each
p.m. in Bldg. 722 tomorrow.Pur- power of voltage. RadiographySchool CG Academy Exam month.
pose of the meeting is to forma is exhibiting a view finder The Orlando Air Force Base
charted committee, which is to show defects found metal commissary store will be addedto
a prerequisite for the scouts: through X ray procedures. the Navy complex duringCom-
to. participate in the activitiesof The display will remain at Applications Due SoonSailors mander Reeder's tour. I
the scouting program.All the fair through Saturday night.
interested persons are urged -
to call Leo Nau at Ext. 3398 on active duty between Science degree to men who suc- JOWC Honors
or 264 6168,or assistant Scout- WANT ADS 17 and 21 years of age may apply cessfully complete the four year
masters Dave Selleck and Tom WILL/ SELL FOR YOU for appointment to the U.S.Coast curriculum. Mrs. Caldwell
Robinson at Ext. 2909. Guard Academy and earn a com- Cadets are selected on ,the
mission as Coast Guard officer. basis of tests scores evaluations
Similar to the three major service at interviews, educational and The "O" Club was the scene
academies the Coast Guard leadership background and moti- of a coffee honoring Mrs. H. H.
institution offers a Bachelor of vation. Appointments: are deter- Caldwell Oct. 18. The J.W.O.C.
mined by the needs of the ser- sponsored coffee was attendedby
Club NotesNavy 150 people.A .
vice.To qualify, applicants must bea special song honor of Mrs.
Caldwell was sung by MesdamesS.
graduate of an accredited high
Wives Club # 86 held a school; have never been married S. Shea G. L. Trawick, I.. M.
business meeting in their club- and have at least three Connell, B. Chestnutt, O. W.
house aboard the air station Oct. yearsof Chenault, E. D. Priest and R. F.
and mathematics
English including -

18.Mrs.. Leon Conley presidedand coordinate algebra and plane or Scott.The guest speaker was Capt..
geometry. Physical
waeerr wap introduced Mesdames WalterJ. Martin J Stack,commanding officer -
qualifications of
are a height at
Glass Richard Wonderseeand least 5'4" and not more than NAS, who commended Mrs.
+ k Lloyd Hindel as guests. 6'6", with visionof20/30 cor- Caldwell on her work aboard the
Mesdames Gary Haney and
rectable to' 20/20 and otherwisein
Marion DeVane were welcomed
I excellent physical condition.
as new members.Mrs. .
Applications to take the college
Ask how much your loan will cost and .as Barbara club treasurer Howard by was Mrs.installed entrance exams are made directly -
to the College Entrance Examination -
HFC will tell you-before you borrowBefore urer Wilbert of the Wagner NWCA.national treas- Board. Plans to par-
ticipate in the exam should be
There will be a Halloween
by the end of the week
you make a purchase, you naturallywant costume party in the clubhouse completed Interested personnel may con- IiJitI
to know the price. The same shouldbe Saturday at 7:30 p.m. All mem- tact the Educational Services Of- a
bers and their husbands in-
are
true when you borrow money. When you vited. fice, Bldg. 955 for more informa-
come to Household Finance, HFC will tell tion. 1

you in advance what your loan will cost.

The HFC Manager will answer any

questions you have to make sure you OPEN \ !\_ SUNDAY

understand everything about your loan.

Remember, no matter what your need,

wherever you're stationed, there's an HFC Mrs.

office nearby, where you can get prompt, station. He Caldwellair presented her with

understanding money help. A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY the Navy Relief Society's highest
Every thousands of servicemen
year, award, the Meritorious Service
borrow confidently from Household, because We fatS them the VW 16 point Saf.ty end Perfonnenee Inspect Award from Adm. Thomas H.
ion. Then we tuned and replaced everything that
they like doing business with people who needed it. And guaranteed up. tightened them 1007 for the repair or replacementof Moorer, chief of Naval Opera-
all major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 mllea. Come tions and signed by VAdm. William -
know their business. If need loan
a In and
you on double check.
R. Smedberg Dr(CRet.),honorary -
-ENGINE TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE
see HFC. You're always welcome.
ASSEMBLIES "BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM president of the Navy Re-
lief Society. /.
67 VW FASTBACK AIR CONDo . . $2395 The J.W.O.C.'resented Mrs.
c... MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS
Y.u Get 66 VW FASTBACK, Radio. . . $1895 Caldwell with aframed scroll
24 II U 6
p IInII, 'EY*,Ss p IInII, paymis 66 VW SEDAN, Air Condo . . . $1795 and a silver dish in appreciationfor

S100 5.93 729 10.07 $18.48 66 VW SEDANS. . . . . $1500 I her many contributions and
assistance for the advisory
serving on -
I\\ 200 11.86 14,59 20.14 36.97 63 VW "1500" SUNROOF. . . $1095 council.

,, 300 500 28.97 17.79 21.88 35.85 30.21 49.75 55.45 91.78 631 VW SEDANS. . . ,. . . $950
.4IIf _, 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 62 VW SUNROOF. . . . . $895

h I Charts art computed at 3% on that part of 62 VW CONVERTIBLE . . . $995 HONDA
scheduled monthly oalanttt not txcttdint t30O
and 2% on any rtmairuJtr. This schedule it 63 VW KARMANNGHIA Coupe Air Cond. $1275
Hull 011 prompt payment and ineluJt CmoTf**.
62 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe. . . $1025 MOTORCYCLESwe

HOUSEHOWFINANCE 63 VW DLX STATION WAG EN. . . $1195 Give Merchants Green Stamps

63 CHEV. IMPALA SS LOADED. . $1395 ';

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--: WESTSIDE MOTORS. ..:JJ

25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683

VOLKSWAGEN INC. &CYCLES
I .' Cedar Hills Shopping Center ,
I COMPANY INC.
r 3734 Blanding Blvd.-771-9190 1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511

J 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.l 1 PM to 6 PM 4949 Blanding

_Ask abut*ur evening ...,,"_ PH 7718244r
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1 MA.A": : I I Club Schedules .


. MOVIES will be shown reg- NAS JAX V/ant S.CWO1rrrrrwr I

ularly at the NAS Jax Theatre '
at 6 and 8:15: p.m., Monday thru 0" CLUB: Enjoy the beefeater's buffet today from 6 to 10 Y,y, ., 'vm rv ritir'rfriativ n ti.titi. rvnvrr iWr +'+
Saturday. There will also be a p.m. Tomorrow and Saturday Is the Champagne special deluxe
matinee at 2 onSaturdays. prime rib dinner for two plus a fifth of diampagne or sparkling
Sundays and holidays.p.m. The Hos- burgundy for $9.50 per couple. Dance to the music of Sam Ross Ads should' be mailed tc the. Holt Publishing Company?
tomorrow 1950 Blending Bli'd. Jacksonville. Florida 32210 to
evening. Saturday evening features Johnny Jelinek. Take : arrive
Theatre will have
pital one weekly the family to the buffet dinner Sunday from 6 to 10 not 'later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs ,
:feature. at 7 p.m. Cecil Field dish night is featured p.m. Foreign day. Ads; arriving too late for this deadline will be published
Tuesday from 6
will have two shows during the the dinner for to 10 p.m. Fried chicken Is the following week unless' the publisher is Instructed other
week at 5:30: and 8 p.m. Mat- special Wed sday. wise. A check or "money order for the full cost of the ad must
inees will be shown on week- CPO CLUB: Enjoy pizza tonight for $.75. Dance to the music of be received WITH he copy for the ad.
the
ends at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY Moonliters tomorrow evening and dine on the seafood special
for $1.25. The Trio and 9Js! featured Saturday evening. Hear DO NOT SEND CASH

October 26 the is fried sound chicken of the for Bud Clark Combo SUnday. Tuesday's dinner special RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lin..). . . . .$2.00.
$.95.
NAS: "HIRED ,KILLER": Robert day. Dance to the music of A rib Mark-eye Castle steak that sells evening.for $1.35 on Wednes- Per additional line ((4 word por lino}. . .0.50

Webber and Jeanne Valerie. ACEY DUCEY CLUB: Have all the spaghetti you can eat tonight ,
for $.75.
Tomorrow
Is the Navy Day Dance -
beginning 8:30
HOSPITAL: "SPINOUT": Elvis at p.m.
Every other hour is happy hour. The band for the
Presley and Shelley Fabares. .Jim Glynes. Make plans to attend the evening will be FOR SALE PACKING BOXES DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
C. FIELD: "WAR WAGON": Prizes will be given for the best costume party on Saturday. for moving. 15 each. Phone 355- JOCKEY?? For information call:
costumes. Mel Gaden
will
John Wayne and Kirk Douglas. his music that evening. Hear the sounds of Mark Castle present Sunday. 8734 VAN'S 736 Dellwood Ave. 356 8351. Day or night.

FRIDAY, October 27 BLUEJACKETS> INN: Swing to the sounds of the Redcoats tonight. ZIG ZAG FOR $30
Phil n the "REAL ESTATE: We will help
NAS: "THE VISCOUNT":Ker- and Land elswillbeonhand tomorrow evening. Saturday Sewing Machine, makes buttonholes Sell Invest.
afternoon Buy, or
features the Wild Flowers. The Redcoats buttons, etc.Cashor you
win Mathews am Edmond O'Brien sews on
Bowen Real Estate Realtor
play ,
HOSPITAL: "HIRED KILL- Saturday evening. Hear the Muskateers Sunday. The Sixteens terms. Call Credit Manager
make their USN Retired 384 1376
ER": Robert Webber andjeanne appearance Monday evening. Plan to attend the Halloween 353 1946, Will deliver no
Valerie.C. costume party Tuesday. The Nu Sounds will play. Prizes will be obligation. 1606 Main Street.A STERO SYSTEM HI FI RADIO ..
FIELD: "TWO ARE GUIL- given for the best costumes. 1 SEWING MACHINE CO. has the works, Original price
TY" Monday through Friday is the buy one -- second $199. Has balance$78 or assume
: Anthony Perkins and Michelle get a one for FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
Mercier. one penny special. The specials for the week are hamburgers, Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & $8 monthly payment. A1 Ware-
french
7 fries, onion rings and soda. They will be served from 5 to FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. house 1606 Main St.
SATURDAY, October 28 p.m. Lunch specials are: Monday hamburger steak $
.40; Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret. FORSALEPOODLE PUPPIES
NAS: "EL DORADO": John Tuesday spaghetti, $.65: Wednesday veal cutlet, $.65; Thursday 264 2411. Orange Park Realty. Blk., AKC, Worm and shots. 6
pork chops, $.65; Friday fish fillet ((2)), $.65.
Wayne and Robert Mitchum. They will be served wks. old. Phone 771 ,- 2641.
from
11 a.m to 3 p.m. IF IT SWIMS OR CRAWLS WE
HOSPITAL "THE VISCOUNT"Kerwin
: HAVE IT. Fishers,.TheAngler's FOR ALE KENMORE DRYER,
Mathews and O-
Edmond
NAS CECIL 781
'Brien.C. Hdq. 1160 Blending Like New 7541.

FIELD: "SPINOUT": Elvis Beacon Club. Tonight enjoy a Shrimp dinner for $.60 and enter- ORANGE PARK WOMAN's CLUB AAA OPPORTUNITIESFOR
Presley and Shelley Fabares. tainment by the Strangers along with the"Game Night." Tomorrow Annual Christmas Bazzaar at 130 SERVICEMENIf

the Holidays will appear and Saturday night Evelyn Mee and the Tonics Kingsley Avenue (Clubhouse)Sat. you are in military you' may

SUNDAY October 29 should provide interesting entertainment. Phil Cay will fill the SpOt- Nov. 11 9:30 4:30: Handmade be trained on a part time basis
NAS:"TEN LITTLE INDIANS" light Sunday. Monday it's the Redcoats and Tuesday it's Dick Wilson gifts & items. Homemade for an executive position after

Hugh O'Brien and Shirley Eaton., on the schedule. Mel Gaden will be providing dance music on Wed- baked$ discharge. Earnings $50 to $75
nesday. week to start -- must have
TAKE OVER per
HOSPITAL: "EL DORADO": ORF Luncheon Is served daily from 11 a.m. to 1 Mon- PAYMENTS ON transportation. Married perferred. -
p.m. 3BR, 2 B home in Cedar Hills
John Wayne and Robert Mitchum.C. ,
day through Friday. A Happy Hour will be held each Friday from $89.53. Near schools bus For info. Call 359-1719.
city ,
FIELD "HIRED KILLER"
: : 4 to 6 p.m. with an A La Cane dinner being served until 9
p.m. avail. Nov. 771 J125. '
-
Robert Webber and Jeanne Valerie Paintings and other works of art are on display. 5 ACRES- WEST HALF OFTEN
MOBILE HOME
TAKE OVER
.
acre block bound by JammesRd.
MONDAY October 30 Payments $78.78 mo. 65 x 10 on East, Townsend Rd. on
,
expanding LR & BR, 2 BR. 3877341. North, Owner, 1108 C. St. N. W.

NAS: "CAPRICE": Doris Day t WANT ADS WILL SELL FOR. YOU I Ardmore, Okla. 73401.
and Richard Harris. 1 WHEEL TRAILER W/LOCK-
RIDING INSTRUCTION WEST-
HOSPITAL "TEN LITTLE
: ABLE Top Metal body Lights
INDIANS": Hugh O'Brian and and bumper hook up W/ ERN, Excellent, Registered

Shirley Eaton.C. spare wheel Good cond., 388- quarter horse. $4.00 per hour.
FIELD: "THE VISCOUNT" BILL the .. 8098 after 5 pm. Children 6 12 Call 384 -
BARBERis 3988 after 5
Kerwin Mathews and Edmond O- ... tI\, 1 FOR SALE O. P.RIVERFRONTBrick p.m.
'Brien. 3 BR, Fam. Rm., 11/2B. FOR SALE ORTEGA HILLS
TUESDAY, October 31 NOW Dble. Garg., C/H & A/C A real 4 l/2<55> GI Loan 3 BR, Fla. ...

manager of the beauty on bluff Reduced to Rm., WWCarpet, Patio, RW
NAS: "55 DAYS AT PEKING" >A-, -I' $32.000 Owner 264 6310. Fence, 389 3800 after 5 or

Charleton Heston and Ava Gard- VENETIAI 'iflfLLJL1 UPPER 2 BR APT. $75, 3668 ,all day week ends.

ner.HOSPITAL Boone Park Ave. 389 0893. FOR RENT UNFURNISHED
"CAPRICE"
: : HOUSE 3 BR, 2B, Hardwd.
FOR SALE 62 OLDS F 85
,Doris Day and Richard Harris. Shop.Shoe Repair Floors, Large Fla. Rm., Patio,
C. FIELD: "EL DORADO": Bill Dodson Sta. Wag. New tires and brakes,
Excel Cond 772 2922 or 284 Fenced }d., Garage. Util.Excel.,
John Wayne and Robert Mitchum. lie invites all his friends and customers to visit him at 2890. Storage. Kit. Equip., 6038 Sud-

WEDNESDAY, November 1 his new location. VENETIA SHOPPING CENTER 3 SETS DRESS BLUES, 3 SETS bury Cedar Hills Close to

NAS: "TRIPLE moss 8:30 AM til 6:30 PM 6 Days a Week. of DRESS WHITES For Sale NAS & Cecil 771 2377.

Christopher Plummer and Yul Medium in size 387 5487. FURN, APT. FOR RENT-Orange

Brynner. NAS OFFICERS!! Park 2BR, Children and pets

.HOSPITAL: "55 DAYS AT and Enlisted men and civilian welcomed-Will rent to TAD per-

PEKING": Charlton Heston and employees. Here is your opportunity sonnel or bachelors 2646884.

Ava Gardner.C. for a scenic water front DUPLEX APTS. Conv. to both
FIELD: "TEN LITTLEINDIANS" lot with paved roads, storm off Rd. Kit-
TEACH YOUR CHILDREN bases, just Jammes ,
: Hugh O'Brien and drains, and purified water sys- chens furn., 2 BR.Livingroom.
Shirley Eaton. tem for better living. Good breakfast nook. Parking tor 2
schools, churches. Go anywhereyour
cars & boat. $85 mo. includes
HOW TO SAVE boat will go. Excellent water, sewage, garbage, lawn
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Women of the HAS Cecil Field Women's Golf Association Death defeated.Pete Hend- Eight members of the HAS Cecil Field Rifle Team pose witha
1 meet together with girls from NAS Jacksonville awed NS Maya erlite of VA-44 was golfingon few of the 21 trophies won at this year's Gateway Match.
! the third hole fairway Diz center the overall winner of the match scoring -
i port to compare scores at the end of Friday's Tourney. Mick Tony ( ) was
last week and ran across
;, ey Hall (far right) won Low Net for HAS Jacksonville. this Diamondback Rattlerin a 947 out of a possible 1000.

J a Women's Golf the brush.Basketball. Cecil Field Sharpshooters

TheOrange
Park HoldsTourney Champions of Rifle Match
Season Opens
I The NAS Cecil Field Women's The NAS Cecil Field Rifle Team captured a total of 21 trophies
Pres yterian Golf Association hosted their Annual Intramural Basketball season the winning team position and the overall winner title at the Third
t I Invitational Tournament for aboard Cecil Field is just around Annual Gateway Invitational High Power Rifle Match held at Camp
J Church the Jacksonville and NS May- the corner and preparations are Blanding recently.
, port women's golf clubs Friday. under way at the station gym. Competing against a field of 88 shooters from all services and
i 242 Mclntesk Ave. On November third there will local civilian clubs the NAS Cecil Field Rifle team took first place
I Approximately 35 women from be a meeting at the gym for all with PHI Tony Diz capturing the overall winner title. 0
I Orange Park, Florida the three clubs competed for prizes team coaches and representa- Teams at the mtch shot a course of fire that consisted of 20
arranged for by the Cecil tives to form a Basketball League. rounds in a standing position shot at 200 yards;20 rounds in a
Minister club. Low Gross winner was The first game is scheduledto sitting position shot at 200 yards in 50 seconds or less; 20 roundsin
) REV. E. F. MONTGOMERY, JR. Edna Kinder of NAS Jacksonvillewith take place November 13th or a prone position shot at 300 yards in 60 seconds or less; and 40
: of 85. Low Net .
a score 20th.In
rounds in shot 600
a prone position at yards.
SUNDAY I winners from NAS Jacksonville last year's basketball action Last year the team won7 trophies at this match. This year beside
SCHEDULE I and NS Mayport were Mickey the Marines came out overall winning 21 trophies the Cecil team had five new shooters competingat
I Hall and Sue Karr with scores winners with VA 44 close se- Camp Blanding and they all classified as NRA sharpshooters in
8:30 a.m. WORSHIP of 72 and 70 respectively. Low cond. Departments representedin their first match.
SCHOOL Net winner from Cecil Field that league were Administration. -
9:45 liUU a.m. a.m.SUNDAY WORSHIPp.mr I was Betty Maranville with Irma Medical Dental Supply and Diz Captures No. I Position
t Dudley following a close se- with the
:PO YOUTH FELLOWSHIP Operations along num- PHI Tony Diz of VFP 62 took the overall winner position at the
cond. entered.
l erous squadrons Third Annual Gateway Invitational High Power Rifle Match with a
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the sitting match the first national match course and came in secondin
.. the standing match. Said Diz: ". This will be my last match till
I : ; ; perhaps October of 1968 as I am going to make the Med cruise aboard
KtlltlfckLOjii, CkiektKe : the Shangri La."
MMCS Vinsonof Cecil's Weapons Department AOl Ebie_clinchedthe
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Navy League Squad 'p.I'Il ANSWfeR nt amt suonaldwoJ

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second annual Navy-Navy petition included: Jlvq pa'lJ1d! lq .tsaLs'N .
League golf tourney was held a- Championship Flight : (Navy) '' ; satin t"Z z 1'1' sVM au .:
board the air station Oct. 18 Low Net Bob Watkins, 70; Low .L61!; ul, sawv2 1'12'.I1SZ' '.
and the traveling trophy, signi- Gross, Jim Kinder 74. (Navy : UOM .unoJV: qloH ZslsulpIVD
fying the top entry, now belongsto League) Low Net, Bill Mahoney 1 4.y xas : slno'I, 'S a'l1 1Iul-2.
the local Navy League contin- 75; Low Gross, Dale Klahn 76. Bans, PI.loA\. 8261 Pus 9Z61 eq;
gent for at least another year. First Flight: (Navy) Low Net, qjoq jo 9UIB2 qiJnoj a'l1 U) suns
Navy League linksmen out shot Bob Godman 71; Low Gross, w uioq a.rq; 11'1 "tDU aq1ra .1
their uniformed counterparts on Douglas 84. (Navy League) Low ar Cwfr 'IN
the NAS course 109 110 to Net, Wiggins 72; Low Gross SHARE
take the local classic. Navy won Pullin 87.Second. r : FREE POMJ.S..Savtinqs8pnc
the event last year. Flight: (Navy) Low Net,
Retired Navy Capt.Frank Hey- John Raiford 71; Low Gross '* <: '
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27th anniversary golf InvitationalOct. Low Net, Dean 72; Low Gross, w 1WATMETSHIPPING
8, fired a one, over par McCormack 91.
73 to take low gross honors in Third Flight: (Navy) Low Net, _z.i q1 _S ,p a Bring furnitureand OUT???
your
last week's action. Capt. M. J. Stack 72; Low Gross, -misc. items to self
Navy officer Ralph McClure D. Hempson 98, (Navy League) Blandina Drive-.Theatre:
took low net with a 70. Navy Low Net, Harper 72; Low Gross, FIRST TEE Golfers (L to R) Capt. U.L. Fretwell, RAdm. Every Sat. 7A.M.6 IM.Sun .
Leaguer Pete Kirill scored 135 Dawson 99. H.H. Caldwell, Pete Kirill and Hal Martin were the first four. 1 P.M. .. 6 P.M .
for the high gross spot. some to tee off in the 2nd Navy-Navy League golf tourney. 768-7058 or 768-479J
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2. What school holds the
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season?
3. What club record does
catcher Bill Freehan of the
Detroit Tigers hold?
4. What is the longest pass
play in Michigan State's Big ; 4 ; 1 '
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5. Who is the top all-time
Notre Dame passer?
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I Intramural Scoreboard. I COMFAIR .


Bowling Standings Stretches

t ft .4 1 American League National League ,

L __ Teams Won Lost Team Won Lost Grid
\ L a Playboys 23 9 NFO "A" 33 7 Lead
NFO uB" 21 11 Chiefs 23 13
Pin Teasers 21 11 Hard Hats 23 13 COMFAHUAX continued its::;
Cloak &Daggers 21 15 Blue 22 14 winning ways as the leader of
Hunters 20 16 Sky War. 21 15 the American League as the squad
lii Wonders 15.5 12.5 Tipplers 18 18 squeezed by VP 16, 6 0
___ Needlers 16 16 AOMD 18 18 in last week's action, bringing
Caduces f## 2 15 17 22
r Jt:: Hurricanes 18 their record to 71.
Electrons 16 20 CPO's 16 20
Crash aoo Fire 14 18 Sparks 14 22 Running a close second the
j Pin Benders 12 16 Fair Folk 10 22 American League is the F FAETU
Cannon Cockers 9.5 22.5 .Flap Jax 11 25 team who increased their recordto
'\\ Caduces f## 1 8 28 Splitters 9 27 6. 1 with a 60 win over
.. Marine Barracks last week.
Continental League' The blazing VAP 62 squad

1 JAX FAIR-Jacksonville Mayor Hans Tanzler RAdm. D. K. Team ,Won Lost ")'flflll' picked up two more victorieslast
t Chokers 27 13 week and allowed only six
: Weitzenfeld of the Naval Air Systems Command (R) and Capt. White Hats 25 15 Put your money when your heart is points to be scored against them.
C.T. Faulders discuss Naval Air Rework display at Greater Druthers 25 15 -IN AMERICA They smashed Aircraft Maintenance -
j J Jacksonville Fair Friday Rip Cords 24 16 46-0 then went on to soundly -
EWE Spy 24 16Pro's : ./iifftl., } : put down VP 30, 3 6.
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M King, Pins 18 22 to 8.0.

Ranks All Eagles 18. 22 The runner in the National
Ages MARTD" 16 24 up
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League, NARTU, also increased
If Strikers
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lOW RATES Marine Bar. 8 32 Invest In their record in the winning
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U.S. SAVINGS BONDS column as the team rolled over
1 Ii t; EASY MONTHLYPAYMENTS Atlantic League the 679th team 21 8.

Team Won Lost
!; Foggy 5 26.5 9.6
I BB Stackers 25 11 J.
\ Bean Burners 21 15

CONTINENTAL INSURANCEUNDERWRITERS Misfits 21 15 THIS Mr4
Handicaps 20 16
Chiefs 20 16 WEEK-EN1
INC. Vapogees 19.5 16.5
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Spoilers 19 21
(Formerly McDougall's Insurance Supply 17 23
47f lUmvalt IM. 318-774 AFEES 14 22 DRIYET
Gold 14 22
Call Us Anytime Chargers 12 24
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Five Squads Win


: = 1 In Local TourneyTen HAIl '


all the squads kicked off the open- _
on new ing round of the' annual Com
mander Fleet Air Jacksonvilletouch Take the _
football tournament Mon- Short Route toDAYTONA
day at NAS.
j, In the five games played VP BEACH
16 shut out COMFAIRJAX 12-0,
.i j.i VA 45 defeated VA 66, 18-
} 41X 8, FAETU topped VW 4,12 -6,
; VAP 62 downed VA 174, 11
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-S was winners against win- J\II
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t the tourney went into the second ,
I I day Tuesday.It .
was VP 16 against VA ISLAND OF HAWAIIAN
45 and FAETU against VAP 62
in the winner's circle and VW-4 ENCHANTMENTSURROUNDED
Oldsmobilesv
battled COM FAIRJAX, and VA -
66 took on VA 174 via their BY

Take a Little Drive and Save Big at ... losses in the first day of action.
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The winner of the CDMF Am- DAYTONA BEACH FUNChildren
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will leave Saturday to represent -
NAS Sax in the AIRLANT
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