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Creation Date: November 2, 1967
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Adm. Caldwell Decorated, Retires .. -
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During Fleet Air Jax Ceremony l'i''i't,l

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i RAdm. Robert J. Stroh became the 12th commander of Fleet Air Jacksonville, and RAdm. H. H. Caldwell t ? ,
hauled down his two star blue and white flag and retired after 44 years of naval service during
ceremonies here Tuesday morning. Admiral Caldwell who had commanded Fleet Air Jacksonvillefor F. t s t tb \ :
25 months, was decorated with the Legion of Merit'before being piped ashore for the last time. :1
Following an introduction of guests, VAdm. C. T. Booth II, commander Naval Air Force U. S. Atlantic
Fleet, delivered_ 'the keynote remarks to assembled military and civilian guests. Among those present 1, I
were officers and men who had 9 x e
served with Admiral Caldwell of the President, and an accom- In the Atlantic and Mediterranean i.I
during his career, including a panying citation signed by the areas could be effectively met
chief petty officer who was a Secretary of the Navy, cited the despite the deployment of many '
plane captain under the admiral retiring flag officer," for exceptionally aviation squadrons to the Pacific ',
during World War II. meritorious serviceas area in direct support of the \
Guns' Sound head of Fleet Air Jacksonville growing conflict in Southeast (
since September 1965. Asia," the citation said of Ad- ,
During the a i iqA" a Ir
ceremony separate For Service miral Caldwell.It .
13 gun salute echoed continued, "His foresight, !
across the air station's< runwayas "Exercising outstanding lead- planning and execution were in !
a tribute to the incoming and ership and managerial and opera- large pan instrumental in smooth ,
outgoing; Fleet Air commanders. tional capabilities, RAdm.. Cald- transition of Atlantic FleetNaval 'I
The Legion of Merit which was well ensured that ever -increasing Air Force reconnaissance attack e't
presented to the admiral behalf $ commitments of his forces facilities from Naval Air Station, ,
Sanford Fla. to Naval Air Station -
Albany, Ga. By his
distinctive accomplishments and WELCOME HOME ADR I Robert S. Palmer is given a
inspiring devotion to duty.RAdm/ big welcome home by his wife and five children after a
Caldwell upheld the highest traditions six month deployment with VP-7. The squadron began
of the United States naval returning Sunday afternoon.
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service.

F fg; The Legion admiral of Merit not only, but receivedthe duringthe 350 Return Here Following

past week he has.been honor ,
ed by Jacksonville, civilian organizations :- H 1
and was lauded in an Tour in Mediterranean '
editorial in a local newspaper.In l \'
final remarks before order-

$ d (Continued on Page 2)) The murmur and chatter of The squadron was relieved by
waiting wives of Patrol Squadron VP 21 and returned to Jax via
Nike Waits Seven men turned to shoutsof Rota, Spain, Lajes and Bruns- {'
Pay joy and laughter Sunday after-7 wick; Maine. 1
noon as the first VP 7 Nep- During its six-month deploy- <,
Senate tune touched down here with a ment, the squadron was assigned <(
ApprovalThe crew of 12. the mission of flying anti sub- {1
Five more squadron planes marine protection for the Sixth +i
$2.7 billion military pay and crews landed Sunday, bring- Fleet and NATO units, while op-
increase that has been in Con- ing 72 VP 7 "Black Falcons" erating over the central and eastern -
gress for several months was home after six months duty in sections of the Mediter- (
K approved by the House Oct. 26, the Mediterranean. ranean.
retroactive to Oct. 1. Monday evening, 210 of the During the Middle East Crisis v
The proposal must now be approved squadron's officers and men in June, the squadron flew ship- (
,( sd by the Senate and signed landed at Cecil Field to be greet ping surveillance missions. During
yKJ g! by the President to become law. ed by families and friends. The the tension the squadron ,
If approved, the raise will bringa final contingent of five, patrol worked closely. with Sixth Fleet: r
5.6 per cent increase for 3.4 planes and 55 men,including Cdr. units. (.
million military men and women'- J. R. Swadener, squadron com- Black Falcon planes and crews 1
: ranging from $112.20 a month for manding officer,landed here yesterday searched thousands of square i
officers In pay grade 0-10 afternoon.
miles daily and sighted -
reported
L to $5.10 for seaman recruits. Operating out of Sigonella, Sicily and photographed significant (
: Along with the House approvalof the Black Falcons have been shipping movements. .
DECORATED -. Pinning Legion cf Merit on Admiral Caldwell the pay increase came a pro- flying under the operation controlof In August and September VP- '
posed guarantee that the militarywill Commander, Anti-Submarine 7 participated in Sixth Fleet and
are Admiral Booth and Mrs. Caldwell. In backgroundare <
receive a pay raise each time Warfare Forces, U. S.Sixth Fleet \
Captain Stack (C) and Admiral Stroh. government workers do. since early May. (Continued on Page '2)) .
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I Admiral Moorer Stresses -Navy's Diverse Capabilitiessonville 11


Never have Navy pilots faced sailors in South Vietnam. A- At Da Nang the Navy Is unloading Honored at the Navy Day observance Area Chamber of Commerce -
such fierce antiaircraft and missile board powerful Seventh Fleet and supplying ground for was retiring RAdm.U. = and the Navy League. ,
fire as they are over North sbips off Vietnam are 75,000 ces at a rate of two tons of H. Caldwell, who will remain In Flag Pageant''
Vietnam said the Navy's top admiral more sailors and Marines. equipment a month for each man the Jacksonville area. Admiral t
at Jacksonville's Civic Other actions being conductedby ashore. The admiral pointed out Caldwell was cited by the Jack- Following Admiral Moorer's :
Auditorium Friday night. naval forces include "Oper- that the port is the busiest in address, the Basic Air Training ,
Admiral Thomas'H. Moorer'', ajtion Sea Dragon," which includes the world. Command at Pensacola presented f
chief of Naval Operations Was:: In destroyers, many fron May- Ten "Seabee battalions have its "Pageant of Flags," high- i
town to speak at special Navy< Dayobservances. port, which fire over 1,000 completed many construction lighting the growth of the United r
:: rounds a day into targets along projectSjhe added. States through the presentation \
The admiral said the Navy Vietnam's coast. Admiral Moorer stressed the 17 flags which.have flown over (
has: stressed the developmentof Stop Infiltrations Navy is also meeting its responsibilities our country during Its history.
a general purpose capability world wide as Attending the evening's activi-
since World War II and It is "Market Time" is the Navy's well as in Southeast Asia. He ties were 40 young men who were c{
paying off with the challenges in effort to halt Infiltration of sup- told the audience the Navy is wounded in Vietnam and are cur- c
Vietnam. plies and men by sea. Navy and active at the South Pole and the rently patients at the Naval Hos- &
Accurate Attacks Coast: Guard unit.s search as manyas Sixth Fleet Is strong in the Med- l pital. Admiral Moorer saluted 1
1,500 junks a day along coast iterranean. the veterans saying, "You have t
Deferring to Nay pilots, the line which stretches as far as Soviet Challenge been tested and have measured
four-star officer said pilots are from Maine to Key West. up. You can be proud of what j
hitting their targets with pin Over 76,000 mile\ of risers lie argued that the United States you have done for the rest of .
point accuracy despite concent- and canals are being patrolled should put more emphasis on its your lives. "
rated enemy fire. .by t'.S. Forces utilizing riverine military and .commercial[! ship The Jacksonville Chamber of I
Fighting for the sea services warfare tactics similar to those building efforts ta meet the Soviet Commerce and the local chapterof
are 78,000 Marines inthel Corps used during the Civil War, according Union's priority ship the Navy League sponsored the \
area, with an additional 33,000 to the guest speaker. construction program.; Admiral Moorer event. I

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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER November 2, 1967Editorial



a R Wave PO Selected'

View Point


....:.'""- October ServicemanFor



Lifter Things Mean a Lot the first time In two yearsa fic control" and all associated
WAVE has been selected as functions.

the Serviceman of the Month here. She considers her work not

''If*,all starts rather Innocent Litter creates jobs which are AC2 Norma Jo Stubbs of Air Op- only exciting and challengingbutalso

ly' -- one person drives along costly both in money and man- erations has been named as the highly rewarding. ller pattern -
the street and throws a paper hours of work. If each of us Serviceman of the Month for October of perfection is so ingrainedthat

cup out of the window and never would put forth a little effort by at ceremonies in the commanding her work Is accepted without

gives It a thought. Another.person helping keep the grounds and officer's office. question by her seniors and con-

thoughtlessly throws down an streets at NAS Jax clean, this Miss Stubbs works as'approach: tempories alike."

empty cigarette pack as he walks needless waste of time and money controller at the Radar Air Traffic The,letter continued: "Duringthe

down the sidewalk. Still another could be used for many other Control Center. past 18 months Petty Of-

person drops a candy wrapper on worthwhile jobs. "It Is a thrill and honor to be ficer Stubbs has qualified in all
the ground. It all begins to add named as the Serviceman of the brandies of the division and Is

up to a costly problem. The slogans, "Every litter bit Month. I've always been inter currently and categorically listed

What's one little pieceof paper hurts, Stash that trash and Keep AT WORK--AC2 Norma Jo ested in the Navy and'the great as a control tower supervisor, ,

thrown on the ground going to America beautiful" may seem Stubbs charts the coursesof challenges it offers," she stated. flight clearance supervisor and

hurt? Besideslt'ssomuchmore like "old hat," but perhaps even incoming and outgoing Upon completion of boot campin senior controller whose respon-
convenient to throw litter on the more than slogans should be 19GO MissStubbsentereduA"school sibilities encompass the radio
ground.than deposit it In trash added to remind ,us to be litter planes and directs pilots for ,and -from there to and radar control of all aircraft
went
safe
container I conscious.We flights. Norfolk she arriving and departing this mili-
Va. where worked
This is the view many thought- tary complex. Miss Stubbs is
the land and
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as plane tower
sea
less people have concerning the can all help clear up the section leader. the epitome of subordination,

litter bits they carelessly toss litter situation by putting litter Dtvine Services "It Norfolk that I courage, zeal and attention to
was at got
away no matter where they might bags and baskets in our cars and first real duty. ."
happen to be. by depositing all litter in trash my experience as an Petty Officer Stubbs was recently -
air controlman and 1 became
Sure one little piece of litteris containers wherever we go. notified of her forthcoming
fascinated with the job becauseof
not much, but as the slogan It is not just a slogan -- every advancement to Act and this
ROMAN CATHOLICSt. the challenges it
presented,
says -- "bit by bit every litter litter bit DOES hurt I Remember, Miss Stubbs recalled. achievement comes after only
bit hurts." litter things mean a lot. Edward's Chapel seven years military service.
From Norfolk she wenttoMoffett For her accomplishmentNUss

SUNDAY MASS, /- 9 a.m. Field, Calif. where she held Stubbs was awarded a free tripto

Happiness Security and 11 a.m. the same position as at Norfolk. St. Augustine sponsored by the
DAILY MASS11aOa.m.. Since coming to NAS Jaxher USO. She was also given a $50

SATURDAY MASS 9:00 a.m. records speaks for itself.In Savings Bond.

CONFESSIONS - Saturday a letter of nomination, Cdr.R. Also nominated for the monthly
Back in the old days of Tin Pan Alley, songwriters and lyricists 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.&-7:30 p.m. A. Gibson of Air Operations award were SD2 Romeo D. Par-

made frequent observations that the happiness or success for which stated: ungao of the Administration

most people were looking was "Just around the Corner" or Back "Miss Stubbs Is recognizedas partment. AKAN Kathryn A.
in Your Own Back Yard." U.S. Naval Hospital an astute air controlmanwith Straw of Supply and A01 Francis

The same can often be said of investments, those elusive and important a sure grasp of air traf- J. Caisse of Weapons.
things we all seek in order to improve our financial status. SUNDAY MASS - -8 a.m.

Some Investments, although they do make money in varying amountsat
one time or another Involve either some risk or the chance of PROTESTANTAll COMFAIR Ceremoniesmand

losing it all.However .

there are safe, 'sound investments requiring a mini-
Saints; (Continued from Page I) of Fleet Air following dut-
mum of initial capital, yet which still offer a guaranteed return. Chapel

Fortunately, such Investments are immediately available to us.They're ing his flag hauled down, the admiral I, Joint ies as deputy director of the
U. S. Savings Bonds, Freedom Shares and the Uniformed DIVINE SERVICE 10a.m. recalled some of his past Strategic Target Planning
Services Savings Deposit Program -- opportunities familiar to all SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 a.m. experiences in the service and Staff at Offutt, AFB, Neb. '

of us. They are, In fact, so familiar to us that we may be inclinedto Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722 paid tributetotheofficersanden- The new commander Is a 1931
overlook their value in terms of thrift and sound investment.That CHURCH SCHOOL - 9 a.m. listed personnel that have served Naval Academy graduate: and

pot of gold "Over the Rainbow"Isa nice dream, but the likeli- Chapel Center. Bldg. 751 with him during his tour here served aboard cruiser?, and carriers -
before World War II.Short-
hood of "Pennies Heaven" The WEDNESDAY
getting from Is very remote. returns and throughout his career.
from small, sound investments are less spectacular thanthoseofferedby Choir Rehersal - 7 p.m. Admiral Caldwell began his ly after the war began, he was
rich schemes but THURSDAY ordered to London to serve as a
many get quick they are certainly more commissioned service after graduating -
reliable. Young Adult Group 7 p.m. from the Naval Academy special U. S. Naval observer in

The 4.15 per cent interest paid by U. S. Savings Bonds doesn't Christian Science Services in 1927. He served aboard the the United KingdomFor
sound like much until it and . later duties during the war
you convert, to dollars cents. For p.m. battleship Mississippi before
example, the $50 Savings Bonds you paid $37.50 for in January 1945 SECOND MOND ;f Each Month, earning his pilot wings at Pen- he was awarded the Legion of

was worth $75.56 in March 1967. And also remember that it's not Chapel Women's Guild sacola in 1930.Following Merit, Distinguished Flying
the financial that - -9:30a.m. Cross and Air Medal with two
only return Is important, but the security of your duty aboard another
investment as well. (Chapel Center) battleship and aircraft carriers, Gold Stars.

Freedom Shares work the same way except they pay 4.74 per Admiral Caldwell was orderedto lie has served in the Jacksonville -

cent interest in onl four and a half years. As for security, they U.S. Naval Hospital the Office of the Chief of Naval area on two previous
are just as secure as only Nation. Operations.In duty assignments. The admiralwas
The Uniformed Services Savings is reserved for formerly commanding officer -
Deposit Program SUNDAY SERVICE- -- --10 a.m. the fall of 1942 he led Carrier -
military personnel serving overseas and pays youback$10 for every Air Group 12 against the of the Mayport based

$100 you invest, a guaranteed return you seldom find in any invest- Japanese: in the Solomon Islands carrier Saratoga and later com-
ment. mander of Carrier Division Six,
and Central Pacific area and was
Remember, "Wishing Won't Make It So",but safe,sound investmentof Traffic awarded the Distinguished Flying also at Mayport.Falcons .

your money in solid saving program can,and you don't have to look Cross.

very far to find them. (AFPSFarewell> Following WWII he served in a Return

ViolationsThe variety of billets,including tour (Continued from Page I )
at the Naval Academy before NATO
exercises with British,
MessageAdmiral being promoted to rear admiral.In Italian and Greek naval units.
1956 he became chief of Naval -
In addition their
,Caldwell sent the following message this week to the following is a report,of Air Reserve Training, and operational commitments to meeting
,
many
vehicle accidents and traf-
officers and men who have served under him during his tour of motor commanded the Alaskan Sea VP 7 personnel qualified and
fic violations for the Oct.
dutyias, Commander fleet Air Jacksonville: period Frontier and was commandant of received aircrew wings.
"A- 1100 on Oct. 31, I will be relieved as Commander Fleet 24- 31. ,the 17th Naval Districtlater tie The Black Falcons also
Number of Accidents ; were
Air Jacksonville 'b'y 'Rear Admiral Robert J. Stroh. On thefollowing u L.g served In ?everal other f lag posUtlona active In the People to- People
This Week - -.- ,
day I will retire from active naval service after more before assuming command program, with presentations of
Total Accidents this
year through Hof
Fleet'Air
than 44 years. ""J I Jacksonville in 1965. school
:supplies> and other needy
Oct. 30 - - -305 :
"As I look back the + I find I feel the r
over
years same now alI :: items to
Number of Accidents through New Admiral orphanages, hospitalsand
did on a July day in 1923 -that, there is no more rewardingor other
organizations in
October, 1966 - -286 Sicily
honorable profession than that of serving your country in Total number of days since last Admiral Stroh assumes; com- and Crete.

your Navy. ,
1 injury In a motor vehicle accident '
"Today's world dictates unceasing vigilance and the need fora '
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strong and flexible Navy has never been greater. Today's Number of Violations .

Navy offers unparalleled opportunity in both personal and pro- .
Tills Week 34.
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"During the past two years you have given me unswerving Other Violations27
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support in a time which has seen increasing operational ,

commitments around the world, particularly in Southeast Asia. Twenty five drivers appeared .
The 1 AX AIR NEWS is a Civilian
Our naval air stations andnavalstationoperating: with decreased before the Traffic Ilea ring Board dutrlbuled each Enterprise Newspaper
personnel, have increased their vital support to the fleet. at the meeting held on Tuesday. Jacksonville! Florida Thursday by the at the Holt U. S. Naval Air Station
Publishing
"Our aircraft squadrons have maintained peak operational Disposition of the cases Included a private firm. All Copy submitted Company
readiness, deployed more than 75 per cent of the time. Manyof the following: 14 lost drivingand AIR NEWS must be! forwarded the for Public use in the J| A\
Affairs Of
them have seen combat action as part of our attack carrier parking privileges aboard fice. Box 2. NAS Jacksonville b>' 10:00 noon on Monday
striking forces in the Gulf of Tonkin. station for various periods; 10 before publication.; News items arc welcomed from all
"But ours is a Navy which has commitments around the globe, were assigned to complete an sources Telephone 772 3118 or J t19.

in the Mediterranean and Caribbean as well as Asia. And you eight hour course in remedial Advertisements

have met each of them in an outstanding manner. Your perfor- driving at NATTC; Five received les concerning such are solicited. by 'the publisher and quer-
1 :should be
mance has not been unnoticed. I am confident you will con- suspensions; Two were directed to:

tinue your fine support. given warnings; Four were dismissed The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.

"I"thank each' of you foryour;, dedicated service. I will miss ; 10 were fined (U. S. Jacksonville. Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755. .

you. Commissioner); and Three referred -
<,to commanding officersfor
Rear Admiral II. II. CaldwellU. VOL. 25 NO. 32
possible disciplinary action. NOVEMBER 2, 1967
S. Navy Twenty drivers were assessed

51 traffic points. ,
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I ;' VA-174 Re-Up Champ Psr.I," PiiS liil ,


By Lucretia BroadbeamDear I II

With an overall reenlistment hands can present their view-

rate of 70.3770 the VA 174, points for discussion and, in reverse Cecil Field,
"Hellrazors" have claimed the are kept aware of command Happy Days are here again I II I
winner's spot in NAVAIR- action. have left my job as waterboy I
LANT reenlistment derby. Au- Future plans include a system -. for the Georgia Bulldogs and am T-
thority? See COMNAVAIRLANTNOTE to provide for better desim- ,now working for the Navy again.
1133 of 17 AUG 67. ination of information to Navy The Supply Corps School in Athens -
The squadron, under the com- dependents in regard to financial has been rescued. I did it.
mand of Cdr. W. F. Sallada, benefits and personal affairs Of course, you already know most

attributes its high reenlistment counseling. The rate of 70.370/0 o(my good qualities, so I won'tgo '
percentage to a unique com- for fiscal '67 is good, but the into detail except to say that :
bination of high morale and personnel "Hellrazors" are aiming for bet- the Supply Corps is now assured
awareness. Efficient pro- ter heights for '68. of continued operation.

grams designed to keep all hands VA 174 has a retention rate I went to a party Tueasay night
up to date on reenlistment bene- of 31.5870* for first timers and at the University. Actually It was ,
fits and make them aware of new 92.10(7o( for career personnel.VA-
given by a sorority, called Alpha -
programs are deemed to havea 174 .throws their hat into this Omycrom Pie, I think. Any- i"1'1
substantial effect on reenlistment competitive ring and says "Can how, it was a costume party
incentive. Morale promo- you top this?" but I didn't know it so I wentas
tion is another positive part of
my everyday, extraordinary, .'
the "Unit's retention program, ,, gorgeous self. And think of it, t' "
A FRA LadiesUnit "
"channel of Information" has I won the prize for the best "

been created through the aus- costume. I suppose it was "
pices of a highly trained career because all the others looked so
counselor force working in close 91 of the FRA auxiliaryhas tacky and the judge had good taste.

tention Board. In this way, all Introduced a project to col- I was stunning, enchanting,

lect canned goods for distributionto charming I can't get over how
CareerTalkWith needy families. good I looked. But you know how
********
good I looked anyway. The second
Chief D.W. Casson The Unit will sponsor a card place
prize was given to a Navy
Recent retirees are remindedthat party at the home of Mrs. ensign who went as the USS A-
if they were insured under :Frank Lodesky, 5318 Astral Ave. merica. He arrived the
at
servicemen's Group Life Insurance Nov. 11 at 8 p.m. in a giant washtub. party. ceci ,
(SGLD) while they wereon *{****** The prizes were made with -

active duty such Insurance The Unit welcomes as a new personal consideration for the I

continues (at no cost) for 120 member Mrs. Loetta Whiston. winner.. I was thrilled. I received ,
days after retirement. ********
a one way ticket to lit-
During the 120 days, retireesare The Nov. Board of Directors tle America The Navy knows Yvette Mimieux
authorized to convert their meeting will be held at the homeof how valuable I am.

group Insurance, without proofof Mrs. J. C. Pugh, 5149 Cane This is a wonderful place to "
good health, to an individual Lane.
live, but I am lonesome for the
plan of insurance offered by ********
any
sand dunes. Margaret Mitchell,
one of the companies participating The regular monthly meetingof who once lived in an Athens
in the SGLI be held Nov. 13
program. the Unit will surburb called Peachtree, madea
During the pre-retirement at the San Mateo Room, Blue- big thing out of re d mud butI
( processing, two copies of VA jackets Inn at NAS Jax at 8 p.m. don't think she ever tried to '
form 29-8284 Certification ofServiremen's
,
i
ride a mule up the Oconee Riv-
Group Life Insur- er during the monsoon season.
ance, 212 Newark Intrepid ReportSeveral
WashingtonSt. .
It's also a mite chilly here and
New Jersey 07102. Your DD ,
the police are taking every mea-
form 214 should have beenannotated Cecil Navymen deployed sure to protect me from catchingcold. c

in the remarks section (I- aboard the USS Intrepid I was out, one night in ,(
tem 32)) to show your status under have received commendationsand my black eyelet,velvet trimmed ,
SGLI at the time of your re- awards this month.A cocktail dress and Iwaswhishedoff
tirement.If Joint Services CommendationMedal wvr+ar
the street by a kindly cop, ,
you have received VA forms was presented to Lt. Irvin who turned pale at thethoughtofmy
29-8284, follow the instructionson Lovett of the Air Wing 10 staff not having a coat. I tried 1
the form. If you did not receive for his work In developing tech- reassure him but he turned his

the form, you may senda niques and procedures for handling head away and wept for my com- (\,
copy of your annotated DD nuclear weapons. fort. lie took me to the police (
form 214 to the address above witha Lt. David Thornhill of VA-15 (
station and let have room
me a
Ask how much loan will cost and .
request for conversion inform; received a Purple Heart for for the night. your t

ation and authorization. You wounds received In flying mis- I was able to look out the win \
will be provided with a list of sions over North Vietnam. dows andsee that there were four HFC will tell you -before you borrowBefore I Il

companies authorized to com'ertSGLI Receiving Air Medals were Lt. wrecks on my street and I was l
In the state of your re- Qiilton Jones of CAG-10 staff, flattered that the police would you make a purchase, you naturallywant
sidence. An SGLI form 103 which Ltjg D. I Keith Strickland of VA-15, take time to help me. I later to know the price. The same should
is your authorization to convert, Lcdr. Neuland Collier, Ltjg learned that the police had giv-
be true when borrow When
will be provided and should be Richard Havican, Ltjg Michael en me a new title, to make me v you money. you
sent to the company you selectin Krebs, Ltjg Carl Lawley Ltjg. feel Important. My registration come to Household Finance, HFC will tell \

order to verify your right to James Van Liere, and Lt.Ben paper said,"LucredaBroadbeamPublic you in advance what your loan will cost.

conversion. Whitten, all of VA34.cu Nuisance". I was so The HFC Manager will answer any

Important points to remember: : r'if- proud.That's. questions you have to make sure you
You take the initiativeto
must It for now. Keep those
understand about loan.
everything
t
your
convert your SGLI. Don't wait S/ birds in the air. t'Love "
until the last minute. '1 Remember, no matter what your need, I(
*You must complete the con- Lucretia wherever you're stationed, there's an HFC '

version action before the 120 office nearby, where you can get prompt,
days expire. understanding help. I
*You do not need to good money
prove ,
GIANT SWAP MEET
health in order to convert. Every year, thousands of servicemen
be the SHIPPING OUT??? borrow confidently from Household, because
Premiums should at
Bring your furniture, like business with who .
they doing people
standard rate for your age,with and misc. Items to sell ,
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out regard to your physical cond- F Blandlna' Drive-In.' .Theatre know their business. If you need a loan, ;
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OPERATION CLEAN-UP-Sgt. Leon M. Christy (right) of
the Marine Reserve Helicopter Squadron (HMM 765)) hands
4: r SSgt. Joey Wingate a bar of soap from the case he has dona-
ted to Marine Reserve Civic Action Program. The soap will
I be distributed to needy Vietnamese families. South Vietnam.flThrie1.


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Marine Aviation Detach- Sgt. David A. Shaw spent three
, ... *, ment welcomed 11 new arrivals months with VMA 121 at Iwa-
Jii : .. & ... from WESTPAC recently. kuni, was transferred to the Marine -
:. ..y.i SSgt. Patrick L. Griffin spent Aircraft Group 12 at ',
13 months with the Marine Med- Chu Lai for six months and then '
ium Helicopter Squadron 165 returned to IwakunI for another.
to the Gate. HMM-165)( ) (at) Ky Ha. He is the three months.
.. holder of the Purple Heart Medal Shaw is assigned to AE school t
II and 11 Air Medals. as an instructor.
Griffin is assigned to AO school Cpl. Thomas R. Moo spent 13
as an instructor. months with the Marine Aircraft
GySgt. George L. Summer! Group 36 at Chu Lai. _
derved 24 months with l1 L\t-:362: Moe is assigned as galley mess
!I in Ky Ha, and Is the recipientof cook.
, five Air Medal.s. SSgt. George L. Trujillo serv-
. Summers is assigned to AE ed 10 months with the Marines
I 232 (VMF -
, school as an instructor. Fighter Squadron
I SSgt. Floyd W. Alford served 232)) at Da Nang. .
seven months with the Marines Trujillo is assigned to AE.
) Attack squadron-121 (VMA-1212) school as an instructor.
II at dm Lai.Alford Cpl. Robert J. Curcio spent
is assigned mAE school 19 months with the Third Battalion -
I I as an instructor. Fifth Marines at the Chu
SSgt. Walter A. Boucher served Lai and Da Nang area:.
13 months with VMA 311 Curcio is assigned i to Galley; -
at Qiu Lai.Boucher. Three as a mess cool
is assigned instructor Gy: t. Terrence G.Shownser-
duties at the Marine mechanical ved six months with VMA 223 "
ryCr Y ter', school. at Glut Lai.'shown .
GySgt. Richard: R.Kinnel Mjrv- i is assigned to AO school
ed 13: months at Iwakun: :. J- pan as" instructor.
with Headquarters and Maintenance Sgti Max L. Tenpenny served
Squadron15.. as supply chief for A Company5th
Kinnel U assigned toAD schoolas Shore PartyBattalion In Camp
!dC an instructor. Schwab, Okinawa.
Tenpenny is assigned as an
administrative l clerk in supply.


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gets you ror 11 Leathernecks Oct. 26 at the
monthly get -together at the Acey
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i l'C)I I IVI'J.ervlce. News J o Each number summer of opportunities there are a limited for Information of applications concerning and: acceptance the-

-- summer Jobs with the Federal types of positions covered by
Government. These positions the examlnationcan be securedby
Examinations
vary from office jobs to park contacting the Employment -
wA rangers and are located throughout Office nU Bids., 907,
Disclosed J the United States. 772 3448.

The U. S Civil Service Com-
mission has announced that applications ...
The Interagency Board of U.S
Civil Service Examiners for for summer employmentfor It's PARTY Time!
1968 will be
accepted until
Florida has issued the following
examination Feb. 1, or until April 15 depending -
announcements to
fill positions throughout the state upon for which the type of employment to, iHMimunnmiiinrannHiiHiniimtii'
the applicant
with the exception of 10 countiesin
is applying. BookYo'uri
the northwest
jponion.
Some positions will requirethe
The announcements
were as passing of a written test.
follows: Sales Store Checker, .Other PARTY
positions will require!filing -
GS 2 and GS 3 $3925
( to' of Standard Form 57, with
$4269 per year); Sheetmetal
where is de-
agency employment
Worker and Baker. in
sired. our
Salaries for these positions Appointments made as resultof
range from $2.11 to $3.40 per the examination are made PARTY
hour. 30 YEAR PINS .- Capt. C.T. Faulders Jrc( ), presented (L to it) without regard to race, religion

Applications will be accepted Charlton J. Hawkins, Leonard L. WoodWilliam L Purcell, and color national origin, sex or political -
until further notice and shouldbe Roy C. Smith with 30 year service pins in a ceremony held or personal favoritism. ROOM
sent to the Interagency Boardof Oct. 26MORE Applicants may not be considered -
U. S. Civil Service Examiners, for a summer job in the NOW!!
123 South Court Avenue,Orlando, same department in which their
Fla. 32801. father or mother is employed CeO Chris
Further information regarding unless they are selected from a :

these positions may be obtained list of eligibles resulting from 771-9927 .r 771-0721
from the Employment Office, tf'/\' .II .. this examination and employment ,
772 3448. ...f ,f bas first been offered to all other The RedBARN r
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same or higher scores.
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(Editor's note: Appearing per- AWARDS -. Also receiving 30 year pins from Capt.hau- HARD-TOP

iodically In the Tax Air News, Iders in this ceremony were (L ,to R) George W. BeaverJohnM.

piled"Your and Social written Security"by R. B.Is com-Don- Corely Jr., Henry W. Fanning, and Kenneth Gillis. 4434 1IIIdili Ilr tI. '

aldson, district manager for the. (NEXT TO (UAIlJY'S) SALE
security office in Jacksonville.) Current Leave Picture

62 CHEVROLET 2 Door. . . . $1295
If you are nearing age 65, CiviliansDid H/T, "283", standard transmission, R&H solid
you should enroll In Medicare Regarding red, red interior. -
of the three months
during one 61 CHEVROLET'2' Door . . . '$895
immediately before the monthof you know. that the 1967 leave year will consist of 27 bi- weeklypay I&- ,,
your 65th birthday. By enrolling periods? It began Sunday,Jan. I, 1967, and ends Saturday,Jan. H/T, V-8, A/T, R&H. Blue with blue fnte'rforu"; *: --

early you insure that your 13, 1968. 61 CHEVROLET 2 Door . '. $895
protection will start with your Here are additional facts on leave for Federal employees: HIT, V-8, A/T, R&H. White wIred.Interior.. .

birthday month. If you do not* Annual leave, for vacations or other personal business, must be 62 CHRYSLER "300". . . '. i ,. $1195
enroll until you are actually 65 authorized in advance, generally by the immediate supervisor, with 2 Door H/T, bucket seats. full power and factoryair.
or older, you risk loss of your the exception emergencies. .

\, medical coverage for several Annual leave is earned at the following rates: Full time em- THREE WAGONS to choose from. $495 to $1195
months or longer,' even thoughyou ployees with less than three years of service, 13 days a year; with
may still be working as a three but less than 15 years service,20 days a year;with 15 or more HUNTER'S SPECIAL ,
federal-
employee. years, 26 days a year.
When you do make your MedI- Annual leave may be accumulated within limitations. Certain over- 50 Willys JEEP. . . . . $695
care application, you will also seas employees may accumulate 45 days, other employees 30 4-wheel) drive, 4-speed transmission. Clean
be making a claim for your days. Additional annual leave cannot be accumulated." Employeesmust car. Extra front drive.
monthly benefit. It Is to your use all the leave earned each year, or lose the unused leave
advantage to do this, even though O WE BEAT ALL COMPETITION 771-4216
Thirty days, or the amount carried forward at the beginning of the
have Immediate retire-
no
you leave year, ( if more than 30 days) is the maximum for which lump-
An
ment plans. early applica-
sum payments can be made on leaving the Federal service.
tion will allow us to completeyour
case, and have everything Annual leave maybe taken all at once, or in pans, at the discretionof

ready when you do retire. This the employing agency.
insures that you will not have a Sick leave is granted for medical, dental, optical and other appointments SEGRAVESSERVICE
long wait for that first check for physical examination and/or treatment,and for illnessor
after you stop work. Keep in injury. Advance authorization is requested for known appointments, CENTER
mind that you do not have to be scheduled surgery, etc. Absence requires proof of inability to work,
retired benefit from Medicare. in the form of a doctor's certificate or other evidence acceptableto
to
the agency. 4669 ROOSEVELT BLVD. AT ORTEGA RIVER
When you call at our officeto
make an application, be sure Full time employees earn 13 days of sick leave a year, pan- i1i Hue 3St-111
to bring your social security time employees one hour for each 20hoursin a pay status. Thereis P IPS

number, the oldest papers you ceiling, on accumulation. 24 Htir Reid iT
have that show your age or date Court and jury leave is granted for employees summoned to courtas igi
of.birth. witnesses for the United States or District of Columbia III Wrecker Service

The, Social Security Office at Government, or to serve on any Federal or State jury They are .
400 West Bay Street in Jacksonville authorized leave with pay, and with no charge against annual leave, COMPLETE 7 APPROVED
Is open from 8:30 a.m. to but may not take fees for :such duty. GARAGE

4:30: p.m on weekday, and open Military leave may be given with pay for not more than 15 daysin AUTO SERVICE
Saturday mornings:: from 9:0fr- any calendar to or indefinite employees- the
year permanent
;
RENTAL CARS & BOATS*% '1f'u;
to noon. National Guard or one of the military reserve organizations when

called to active duty or training with the Armed Forces. Complete Marina. Sales Service. Storage

-V Leave without pay may be granted on request at the employing Thunderbird
Vj agency's discretion whether or not there is accrued annual or Boats & HeID.sEVINRUDEl FormulaHigh
/. S 1AltfnA' sick leave, for such purposes as education of benefit to the agency, Staroaft
recovery from illness or disability, pending final disability retire _
Drift
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Advanced leave is granted by some agencies in terms of annual or
sick leave in advance of its being earned. Under certain circumstances BOAT' "GAS N"".AT'..",, "REGULAR" STATION PRICES
_
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up to 30 days of sick leave may be advanced in case of

serious illness or disability. Body Shop Phone 389-4659

Administrative leave may be granted by agencies to employees
y without charge to annual leave under special conditions. Examplesto 4501 Irvington Street
vote, donate blood, attend job -' related meetings. Under this
AUTO BODY REPAIR AND PAINTING
category, too, come excused tardiness and early closing when weather
conditions are extreme and/or hazardous. 1 WRECKS COMPLETELY RESTORED

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PIPED .ASHORE VAdm C.T.. Booth, commander, Naval Air S I
Force Atlantic: Fleet Is piped ;ashore at the conclusion! of the L I I \,
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\ % Caldwell for "exceptionally meritorious" service. VAdm. C.T. 1. '
., ,, 3. f Booth reads the citation before presenting it to Admiral Cald. ; S
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Building Ext. 3870 f ; ITALIAN SANDWICHES% SPAGHETTI ROBEAVIS ____. ______ S
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Thursday: 9:30: a.m., 4:30: p.m. ': :; -z;::.: OUR SPECIALITY! 388-3583 .6483Roos... ,. :: NEW & USED TV SETS Drive a little-Save a lot at
Friday: 10:00: a.m. 3:00: p.m. .
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I CFO Club Elects New President



A veteran of 12 war patrols in munlcations Chief Radiomen D.A. Weather AGCS G. J. Wallo. IW js ,
S boat submarines has been Bivens and A.G. Teppins. VW 4 AEC A. D. }Kenfieldand
elected president of the Chief FICEURPHC J.A. Herry ADCS S. Dlrsa.
Petty Officers'; Mess here. and Gy ,t. W. A. Bass. VP Marine Barracks GySgt. O- ..wnwwaaC+i.
EMC James T. Murphy will 16 AXC's R. C. Goode and wens Jr., Admin PNC W. B. wnIM1
assist the club's manager in W. L. Caffarella. Hospital Harden. NATTC AOC'. A. J.
providing entertainment and Herman, and J. E.Baker and AEC
social activities for CPO Club J.R.Lemir.. FAW 11 QMC J.G.
members. McLean.
Chief Murphy reported here in NAS ETC K. W. Allen. VP-
January and is currently chief 7 ADCS J. T. Detraz.
master at arms at the Naval Air FAETU AECS J. D. Moore-
Technical Training Center's head. VAP 62 AQC W. L.
Aviation Electrician's school. Julian. VP 5 ATCS W. Fitz-
The 27 year Navy veteran partick.
replaces AOC J. D. Baker as Operations AMC/AP I. L.
club president."We Shellhart. Finance DKC C.
hope to generate enthu- M. Abernathy. AMD PRC J.
siasm in the club," said Murphy. F. King.
He has also proposed a speaking

hopes program to for have the military CPO Club.and civi-He I NATTC Scene I IBy THE PHASING-OUT PROGRAM of helicopter repairs at the
Naval
Air Rework
Facility ended Oct. 27 the
lian VIP's speak at club meetings as log bookof
in the future. Tom Raker the last helicopter was returned to the pilot. Standing

The Georgia native has servedas When TM2 Gene P. (Frenchey) (I-r) are LCdr R.I. Ohi NARF's rotary wing test pilot and "
CPO Club president at two Gagner was six years old, he Lt. V.C. Secades, and Cdr. J.F. Wanamaker, pilot ahd copi-
stations. lot, and Capt. C.T. Faulders NARF's
previous duty CO.
EMC James T. saw a fire eating act at a carn-
The new president listed the Murphy ival in his hometown in Wis-

following men as current advisory HMC D. P. Smith. MAD MSgt.D. consin. Greatly impressed, NESEP
group members for the A. Hopkins and GySgt. T. W. he got some cattails and gas- ApplicationDeadline
club: Williams. oline and mastered one of the
ComFairJax AVCM H. R. NARTU AXC W. T. Higgins. many feats that he was to per-
Rnqq and AOCS W.B. Ba in.Comv Jr., and AOC L. F. Byrd. Fleet form around the world. Extended

I Gagner, who works in special .
services at NATTC, has fooled I ,
the masses from Jacksonvilleto The chief of Naval Personnel ments or request a waiver for
Aden.A has modified some eligibility judicial punishment where unusual -
member of a show family quirements and extended the circumstances warrant it.
THIS (his father traveled with carn- application deadline for the Navy However, the applicant must havea
WEEK-ENI ivals as aprofessionalwrestler), Scientific Education Program clear record except for minor
Gagner was caught up in the big (NESEP) to make more personnel traffic offenses, during a two
top circuit at an early age. He eligible. year period preceding July 1 of -
has appeared In as many as 12 Selectees receive a four-year the year of. plication.'The .
ftDIV : circuses, including the giant
college education leading to a application deadline has
t Rlngllng Bros., B a muni Bailey baccalaureate degree in a science been extended to Nov. 15.
Circus, and it was in circus or engineering field and a Interested personnel may contact -
schools that he received most of commission in the Navy. the educational services of-

TOi his formal education. Applicants must be U.S. cit- fice'Bldg.. 955, for additional
During his performing life he izens, have served one year of information.
has swallowed swords, driven active duty in other than aschool
nails in his head, lain on a bed environment, and have sufficient Your Career
of nails, served as a human obligated service to complete .

HAW1I pincushion, clowned, done card preparatory school plus one additional Question 'J.-
tricks, and hypnotized himselfas year. Box .
a well as willing members of '
They must be' 21but not more Questions:
the audience. His last actual than 25 by July 1 of the year of
1. What is the SCORE ?
show was in Jacksonville four program
Take the
a selection and be serving in the
2. What the
are eligibility requirements -
months when he
Short Route toDAYTONA ago escaped pay grade E-4 or above. A ?
,p from a strait jacket, bound in
waiver may be given on max 3. What are the incentives of
chains and in 59
padlocked,
sec-
BEACH. imum age on the basis of one the program?
onds.
year for each year of fully trans- '
Present circumstances 4. What are the source ratings
prevent ferable college credits, or for
"from which" conversions are
his
performing regularly,
outstanding ,applicants without
but he is working on new tricks desired (applicable to pay
x. for the organization of a one previous college credits and for grades E-3: (strikers), E-4 and
those outstanding who
applicants
E-5))?
4 man of show. Members In his family will be 19 by July 1 of the year 5. What are the ratings .'towhich"
eight sometimes in his selected.
conversions aredesired'lAnswers
show .
appear.In Academic requirements:: are a
4 spite of the lack of arranged high school education or three :

% L routine, Gagner will performat years of high school and GED 1. SCORE Is a program to increase -
AN ISLAND OF HAWAIIAN N ,. i g a moments notice if equip- equivalent with a grade in the career input into the
ment and space are available, 75th percentile or above in each critically undermanned technical
ENCHANTMENTSURROUNDED I' and he will always clown for of the test areas, and a combined ratings by means of selection,
-t children. His
I next sure job GCT ARI score of at conversion, and retention of per-
is as a clown for
underprivileged least 115.
BY
sonnel who are presently sen-
," children during the Christmas 'The applicants must have no '
Ing in less; technical ratings with
DAYTONA BEACH FUN season. record of conviction by court- a high manning level.
31 Ana C.....5.
martial or civil court other than 2. a. Be USN or USNR with
,1 The Combined Federal Camp- minor traffic violations. The two years active duty but less
I s 1 1i ir irChildren aign's objective for NATTC was commanding officer may recommend than 12 years of active military
set at 6420. The total collected -' outstanding applicants who service.b. .
was $13,282.68, or more than have had minor civil arrests Meet requirements for
i 20070* of what was expected. This but who meet all other require- "A" school desired.

percentage. ranks NATTC second c. Be career motivated.d. .
under among the contributing com lowe Charity Be recommended by
mands.A .
commanding officer.
4"
12 stay free flDIle.I'sO.I sizable portion of the dona- Benefit Slated e. Reenlist or extendto
I tion can be attributed to AE Scho- provide for six years obligated : -
ols, where four classes gave The Jacksonville Officers' service.
an average of $12 per man.Class Wives Club will hold its annual 3. a. Guaranteed assignment to
HlNANO AND THE HULA 743, 40 strong gave $492 the fall charity benefit No18 at class A school.b. .
IrioerPotl day it checked in. the officers club. Automatic advancement
******** i The theme of the ball this
DOLLS APPEARING t year from E-3 to E-4 if graduating
AO School Honorman: AA P.T. *will be "International Night:" with higher average than the
Full Day Comp Facilities Drake, Class 732A, 81.99. AE The club will be decorated to school average for the previous
Baby Sitters Available// / ,. 7 NIGHTS A WEEK School Honorman: LCcp.GordonD. represent five continents, how- four quarters.

All Rooms Face the Ocean Albright, Class 722, 93.48 ever, costume will be optional, c. Automatic advancement
IH THE DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOMadam according to Mr*. B. Chesnutt, from E-4 to E-5 upon graduation -
----- JOWC publicity chairman. from B school for thosenot
HAWAIIAN INN WAIKIKINOW. Lounge and Palm The event will begin with asocial previously advanced under
2301 SOUTH ATLANTIC AVE. I SCl Clb : hour at 7 p.m., followedby tile program.d. .
DAYTONA HACH,FLA. I Reader and Advisor dinner at eight.Entertainment Guaranteed assignmentto

I NAME ......................... I I ... Read Past, Present and Future] will be dancing[ for mu.the,:lc evening by the request B school after for successfully E-4 or E-5 completing at-

I ADDRESS...................... I at the "Dring your problems to COMFAIRJAX Band, and a floorshow one year of on-the-job
MADAM PALM featuring local talent.
CITY.......................... ,I IJ d. i Today and be rid of themTOMORROW Mrs. R. V, Berry (:$ the ball training.e. Reenlistment bonus when
"II"
I STATE ......................... n4ftu\\\u\\ chairman and Maj. and Mrs. S. applicable.
6505 Beach Blvd. F. Shea are In charge of enter- 4. ABF-ABH
ZIP. .. ........... 1I I tainment. AD,. AK. CYN,
I ;:::: ::;::;;; i Tickets $4 DK, DM. IM I, LI. ML, MN, PC,
I .....,....., ............*,. (jax\)I'\ 2507 S. Atlantic Ave. Jacksonville, Fla. be are per person and PH, PR, tIN, SlI, TD. ,
bought the
may at main desk
-------,------- Daytona Beach Shores 725 8697Soeecooooeoooooooood of the officer club 5. ABE, AE, AQ.ATBTCT.;
? JOWC or throughunit DS, EM, ET, FT, IC, DP, RD,
representative. RM, ST.



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III I Movies .1| Club ScheduleBLUEJACKETS ? f


t tl MOVIE will be shown regularly INN: Swing to the music of the Redcoats today. .: .Y..1J
Hear the of the
sounds Chantels
1 r at the NA> Jax Theatre tomorrow and Saturday evening.
The Nu-Sounds will be
on hand Saturday and Sunday afternoon.
at 6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru : : : : : :
Saturday. Mere will also' be a That evening, the Mu kateers will take over the spotlight. Danceto
" matinee at 2 p.m. onSaturdays. the tunes of the Clubs Monday evening The.Sixteens are fea- t
Sundays and holiday The tIo.I .;..- tured Tuesday. Wednesday brings on the music of the Nu-Sounds. Ads shfuld be moiled te the Holt Publishing' Company
I '111eatrewUlhaveonewecldyfeature There will be a matinee dance from 2 to 6 p.m. on Nov. 10 in 1950 Bldndlng' Blvd Jacksonville, Florida' 32210. to arrive'
feature 7 Cecil Field t honor of the Marine'Corps Birthday. The Redcoats will present the not l later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
at
t p.m. music. day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
1) will have two shown during the foliating: week unless the publisher is 'instructed 'other'
Tuesday spaghetti, $.65 Wednesday- cutlet &.65
week at 5:30 and 8 MatInees ; ; Thursday- wise.' A check order the
p.m. or money for full cost of the ad must
pork chops $.65; Friday fish fillet ((2)), $.65. They will be served .
will' be' shown on weekends from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. be received WITH the copy for...the d. ...
at 2 and 5 p.m. '
ACEY DUECY CLUB: Bring the family to the chicken and dump- DO NOT SEND CASH

November ling dinner tonisht. at 5:30. p.m. Dance to the music of Dick Wilson RATE: Minimum chorg ((3 lines) .
.J2.00
NAS: "COUNTERFEIT CON' Mark: tomorrow Castle will evening.play for Try the rib-eye steak special for $1.35. P.r additional tin. ((4 words p.r line! ). . .?. 0.50
STABLE": Robert Gary and your dancing pleasure Saturday and Sun-
I Diana Dora. ((99 Mln.) dayevenlng..
HOSPITAL: "TRIPLE Luncheon'specials this week are: Mondayspaghetti, $.60; Tues- r
CROSS'; Christopher Plum- 'day Salisbury 'steak, $.75; Wednesday-stuffed bell peppers, $.75; STEREO SYSTEM a
mer and Yul Brynner. ((126 Min.) Thursdaychicken and dressing, $.75; Friday seafood or liver and IF IT SWIMS OR CRAWLS WE
onions, $.75. They will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. WITH RADIO, walnut console like HAVE IT. Fishers.TheAngler's

CPO CLUB: Hear the country western sounds of Mark Castle new. Reliable party can pay off Hdq. 1160 Standing_

NAS: "BIG MOUTH": Jerry tonight and his pop sounds tomorrow evening. Try the seafood $87. or assume $8. monthly pay- FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
Lewis and Susan Bay. ((115 Min.- special "for $1.25 tomorrow. Dance to the music of the Johnny ments. A-l Warehouse 1606 Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
HOSPITAL: "COUNTERFEIT Arnold 4" Saturday exening. The Bud Clark Combo is featured Main St.ORANGE. FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.

CONSTABLE": Robert Garyand Suhday. Call Powell or Mills. USN/Ret.
Diana Dorn. "0" CLUB: Come to the nickel beer special today from 4:30: to PARK WOMAN'S CLUB) 264 2411. Orange Park Realty. .
6 p.m. Enjoy the beefeater's buffet from 6 to 10 p.m. Tomorrowand Annual Christmas Bazaar at 130
November 3 Saturday is the Champagne :special-deluxe:; prime rib dinner Kingsley Avenue (Clubhouse)Sat. ((3)) SINGERS $25

NAS: "NAKED RUNNER" for two plus a fifth of champagne or sparkling burgundy for $9.50 per Nov. 11 9:30 4:30 Hand- SEWING MACHINES $25. Each
Frank Sinatra and Peter : couple. Dance to the music of Charlie Jay tomorrow evening. Sat- made gifts & items. Homemade Guaranteed. Left in warehouse.

((111 Min.) Baughn., urday features the sounds of Johnny Jelinek's band., There is a baked goods. Good condition. Does everything, .
HOSPITAL "BIG buffet dinner Sunday from 6 to 10 p.m. Foreign dish night is Tues- "REAL complete with attachments. j
: MOUTH": ESTATE: We will help
day from 6 10 Yours for the storage charge only
to p.m. Tuesday through Friday fron'v 11:15: a.m. to
Jerry Lewis and Susan Bay.C. 1 p.m. Is the noon buffet. you Buy, Sell or Invest. $25. each. Call 353-1946 any-
FIELD: "TRIPLE CROSS" Bowen Real Estate Realtor time. Ask for Warehouse. Will
,
Christopher Plummer and Yul USN Retired 384 1376
BEACON CLUB. Tonight enjoy "Game Night" as usual and listento deliver no obligation. 1606 Main

Brynner. November 4 the Country Partners entertain. Tomorrow night the Border's Street.____
DO YOU
WANT TO BE A DISC
Edge group will liven things up on the dance floor and Sunday FOR SALE ORTEGA HILLS
??
JOCKEY
For Information
NAS: "THE LOVE r. S" night Phil Cay will appear. Monday it's the Tonics and Tuesday 356 8351. Day or night. call: 4 1/2 GI Loan 3 BR, Fla.
Richard Todd and J amt=:) Mac- Dick Wilson will provide dance music. Mel Gadden will be appearing Rm., WWCarpet, AC., Kite.

Arthur. '( 99 Min.) Wednesday. FREEPUPPIES- !! Equip., Patio, RW Fence, 389 -
HOSPITAL "NAKED RUN- 3800 after 5 or all day week -
: 1 Male 1 Female, Makes a-
NER": Frank Sinatra and Peter dorable pets. NAS 3564 or 388- ends.
Baughn.C. I WJQ wa @ m@lro ID$1 6147 after 5. GUNS HUNTING & POCKET
FIELD: "COUNTERFIET 0MILITARY KNIVES FOR SALE Sandy's
CONSTABLE": Robert Gary and GARAGE SALE ANTIQUES, Gun & Knife Shop 5013. San

Yul Bryner. Paintings, Good Used Clothing, Juan Ave. Hours 3-7._
Fri & Sat.
9:00
4:00 -
November 5 FAIRFAX MANOR SMALL FURN.
4841 Ortega Forrest Drive.
, NAS uBLOW UP" Cottage Adults only $12 wk. or,
t : : Vane;saRedgrave AUTO INSURANCE
, $45. mo. Utilities Inc. 388 -
and David Hemmings. '
t ((118 Min.) > SALE 1966 MERCURY 2 DR ,3540. 'rb
, All Ranks All Ages liT 10.Mo. .
HOSPITAL: "THE LOVEINS" T Warranty, 15,000 FURN. APT. NEAR NAS & '
-
Mi., A/C, A f/FM W
)
Re
/Dual
: Richard Todd and James; LOW RATES verb Cecil 1 & 2 BR, Swim.: Pool
MacArthur.C. Spkr. Sys., Pos. Trac., $65 $75. 771 0348.
Auto. trans., Marander 410V8 _
FIELD: "BIG MOUTH": EASY MONTHLY Mondero Interior, Call Ltjg FOR RENT APT. FURN., or
Jerry Lewis and Susan Bay. Patterson, 772 2111 or 389 Unfurn. Orange Park. Temp. or '

November 6 8496 Best Offer.EFFICIENCY permanent ''qtrs. Call wk. days
PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL 264-6884. _
NAS: uTIlE CROOKED ROAD *
O: )S. 61 DYNAMIC 88 SED.
Robert Ryan and Steward Gran APT. 1 LADY Al F. PS, 'PB, R & H, Excel.
ger. (98 Min.) INSURANCE Lakeshore Everything Furnished Run. Cond., $550 Call Boyd
HOSPITAL: "BLOW tIp": $50 389 6969. 388 0019
Vanessa Redgrave and David _
I lemmings. UNDERWRITERS INC. FOR RENT 3BEDROOMHOME FOR SALE AMANA 15 cu.ft.

C. FIELD: "NAKED RUNNER" West Jacksonville 1073 Melson Upright Deluxe Model. Perf.
(Formerly' McDoui\al's{\ ] Insurance cond., Make offer. Also ,Wash.
: Frank Sinatra and Peter Ave., Near Elem. Jr. & Senior
BaughrwFLORIDA 4479 lotstvtlt llvd. 311-7676 (Paxon High) Schools. Freshly Mach. Kenmore Model 500
Automatic 5 cycle, Deluxe Excellent -
painted inside and out. Sidewalks.
Call Us AnytimeLOOKING. City Sewage Street Lights. Kit. working order Make of-'
-----, equipped. $85. per mo. Call246- fer.. 771 5477 or 388 0019.,
131f./.n..,
awe/.we Starts 1 7792. 63 CRANBROOK TRAILER '-
1 I. I 10 x 55 3 BR, Lot in Lakeside
+ FOR SALE ENGRAVING MACHINE Hills 90 x 120 with lake pri-

i . Buy yourself a part veleges In Clay County 388 -
WARlijriG' 1 time job with excellent income. 3764 after 4:30._
1 from angle? Easy to learn. Call 781 2335or
+ at the new ones every 66 CORVETTE 427 425 HP,
781 1592! after 5. Also for
+ 4 speed, AM, FM, Radio, both
k sale 52 Plymouth $125. Good tops 4 New Tires, Excel.Cond:
: 11 Trans. 384 2386._. .

1 1 FOR SALE CPO Greens Coat BLACK CREEK HILLS!I
1 36 long Pants 31 31 "Like At Middleburg 40 wooded waterfront -
new". Complete uniform $70. lots anyone canbuy. Near
Call Green Cove Springs. 284- NAS & Cecil. Paved roads,curbs
3808. and pure water system. See sign
1 at Main St. and SR21. And fol

low' arrows. Open Sunday 2:30'
PRISCILLA CERAMICS HOMEof 5:00 p.rrt. or phone for brochure;'
the worlds most fascinating From $3,450. Excellent terms:
1i hobby. If you enjoy doing cera- PYATT, INC R.. E. Broker,733-;
.N
mics or want to learnComeout 8872 or 355 2222.
1 1 \ and see us. Start your Xmas _
1 1 1ATiEjLIjiM gifts now. Classes .50 Tuesday, FOR RENT UNFURNISHED

Now for 1 Wednesday, and Friday nights. .HOUSE ,- 3 BRR, 2B, Hardwd.
the first tee... I Phone 771 7036 7121 Shindler Floors, Large Fla. Rm, Patio,
THE SHATTERING Drive. Fenced yd., Garage. Utll.,Excel.
TRUE STORY Storeage Kit. Equip., 6038 Sud-',
Of11lEHD.lS 1 lilAi/ Let Us Help You Buy It TRADE FOR HOUSE TRAILER bury Cedar Hills Close to
i Equity In 2 storyhouseonlarge NAS & Cecil 771 2377.
ANGELS With A corner lot In Brentwood Area.
1 I MrdMri UtfvM I
1 Near school,shopping centerbus 65 COMET CALINETE 8 '
It CREDIT UNION LOAN! line & Expressway. Phone 354' A/T, PB & PS, Low. Mil., Bkt.

6191. Sts., R& H. 733 2404. after 4>

Eedeu&e HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWN- MEN BUSINESS WOMEN &.
1f t Ja x y ER 3 BR, Sept. Din. Rm., MOTHERS Lucrative pan time
Fenced backyard, Screened in work earn over$500 before Xmas
porch, Dble. Garg., Conv. loca- Guaranteed. Full time for those
1 OREDIT/iVION. tion. Nice Avondale neighborhoodBuy who quail. Transfers available

1 9 years equity at bargain ,if you have pleasing personality,
JtxmS.BLDG.39 Cttll' FI.IJ. au,. 26 price Total monthly payments and best references Call 733-
.,.... ral. ZO T.'. SP/ M2II En/. 205
Ttl. 384.1391
M";irf t AI_ Fit. 9:30 4:30 Hovnt M.... F". ':30. 100 includ. tax. Under $100 1302 7776 this Friday only between
--, -- Talbot Ave. 387 3768. 9:00 AM 9 PM.


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[. ;. Hunt Season Opens -Nov. 11 Football PredictionsTEAM


I WORTHY HOLT CASSON lEE HUNTER LUCRETIA
} Hunting will be permitted ont and Gun Club Membership Iden- '
<< the Naval Air Station,Cecil Field tification Card and appropriate ((44- "> ((42-17)) ((419)() ) ((36-23)) ((35-24)) ((31-28))

: Outlying Field, Whitehouse, and Florida permit. Guests'vho are California vs So. Calif. S. Cal S. Cal S. Cal S. Cal. S. Cat S. Cal.

Weapons Department in accord-' not member of the Rod and Gun Auburn vs Florida Florida Auburn Auburn Florida Florida Florida
ance with the federal and state Club Membership IdentificationCard
gme laws and pertinent hunting and appropriate Florida Georgia vs Houston Houston Houston Houston Georgia Houston Houston

regulations set forth by Cecil prmit. Guests who are not LSU vs Mississippi Miss LSU LSU LSU Miss. lSU
Field. AU hunting done on Cecil members of the Rod and Gun Oregon St. vs UCLA UCLA UCLA ULA UCLA UCLA UCLA
Field areas will be regulated Club may go hunting provided
and managed by members of the they pay a daily fee of $5.00 Navy vs Notre Dame ND ND ND' ND ND ND
Cecil Field Rod and Gun Club and are accompanied by a Rod and Texas A&M vs Arkansas Tex A&M' Tex. A&Mjex A&M Arkansas Tex A&MTex. A&M
and only member of the Rod and I' Gun Club member. All hunters Yale vs Dartmouth Dart Dart Dart" Darts Yale Dart
Gun Club and their immediate will check In at the OOD's Office -
family can participate. at the Main Gate.Bldg. No. Colorado vs Oklahoma <:010.;: Colo Colo Colo Co-Io. Colo..

LCdr. J. L. McCracken, president 327. Personnel desiring to hunt Mich. St. vs Ohio St. Mich. St. Mich St Mich St. Mich St. Mich. St. Ohio St.r .
I of the Rod and Gun Club in the Weapons Department,Yel- ,
had several warnings for hunterson lowwater area must check in and
the Cecil Field areas..'Hunt- < out with the Marine Guard, Post Football
ers please remember to park & '1 after obtaining prior permission .,a.gt'st, 6nd Clash
off the road so that you don't from the Weapons; Department ,' Marines
block the roads. Be extremely duty officer. Per r legins Nov. S Are
careful. with fire and comply mission from the Weapons Department ,".
with the Florida hunting laws." Duty Officer may be This Saturday morning wlllbe a Intramural
He continued by saying that obtained at phone Extension 6- busy one for Bob Scruggs and his
snakes are traveling at this time 31, when checking with the OOD. touch football boys as they pre- Ball ChampsThe
of the year. The Yellowwater Personnel desiring to hunt in the ... pare to leave for the Sixth Naval
I t area has a high population of Cecil Field magazine area shall District Touch Football Championship Marines Barracks won
rattlers Some have beer killedin check in and out by phone, Extension ....' .... competition to be heldat the Touch Football Championship -
that area In the past week. 223, with the Ordnance t the Naval Air Station, Memphis for the third year in a row
Hunters should use caution when Watch Supervisor. No private f Tenn as they defeated VA 174 18
traveling through all areas. vehicles will be permitted in the The Cecil Field team that Is to 8. VA 174 scored early in
Anyone desiring to hunt aboard magazine area. going to Memphis is composedof the first quarter on a pass from
the Naval Air Station, Cecil Field Varmit hunting is permitted F ... the better Intramural touch Johnson to Carmichael. The
OLF, Whitehouse, or Weapons provided all state regulationsand ; \r "' football players. Bob Scruggswill : Marines then returned, scoringon
Department, shall possess a Rod Cecil Field Regulations are ( again take the helm and a pass; from Stone to Reeves.
adherred to. hopefully will lead the team
1 -o.-o'-o"'o O"1 __.::;:;:,*,jj M;":: ",_, :':';: :'':::':'_ through the Sixth Naval District With 29 secondsleft in the half
'1 i SYM 8 RA Brassieres ? .t. i$] K:!: bI::t: illt[\ t:: J. Tourney and then on to the East the Murray Marines intercepted In his own a ball end for-
f 'Ok Coast Im'itational Touch Foot-
are Put your money where your heart is : fIJ< ";.II ball Tournament which win be zone. In two passes, both from
III' Nelson to Stone, and the Marines -
I -IN AMERICA held at Little Creek, Va.
different! ,.. -':\". Scruggs has high hope for the scored again for a 12 to
0-- Thomas W. Coggins, AT2 team, and he is sure that they 8 half time lead.

-I 1 VWI'i of VA-172, competes in will come home a winner. In the second half, a long pass
"AMERICA'SMOST o Spanish National Archery Scruggs said, "This Is one of the from Nelson to Murray gave
i Tournament in Barcelona better touch football teams thatCecil the Marines an 18 to 8 win and

EXCITING i. <.., Spain, in which he later wins. Field has come up with in the championship.
BRASS/ERE" :..- several years. They have weight,
,. Phone for Appointment ,! Invest In which usually presents a problem Nelson completed 14 of 27 pas-
but, they overcome that ses for 247 yards. Stone caught
S L .-o.o 264-6906 o o o j U.S. SAVINGS.BONDS Tom Coggins problem by being fast." six passes for 156 yards.



:; {( Roosevelt } CAR WASHOPEN Wins ArcheryChumpionship Hunting, Fishing PermitsTallahassee.

Mall .Egun Air Force be obtained at Jackson Guard Sta-
Base hunting and fishing permits;, tio, Highway 85 in Niceville.
MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM 5:30: PM required of each person under 65 Dove shooters for these special

AET2 Thomas Coggin.shaswon years of age entering the vast field hunts are rque sted to check
FREE CAR WASH first place in the Spanish Archery reservations, may now by pur- in and out through the Jackson
Championship held this monthin chased by mail,according Colonel Guard Station, rather than at towers -
WITH/ 15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL Barcelona, Spain. Cogginsa J. Y. Read, director of Civil since not all towers will
PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED sailor in Attack Squadron 172 Engineering, Eglin AFB. have personnel on continuous duty
on the USS Roosevelt, was the until the open archery and gun
As heretofore, permits will be
SPRAWAX .NOW ONLY 50C first American ever Invited to hunting seasons.
sold at stations; and towers, Col-
shoot in the match. He
received -
Located in Roosevelt/ Mall// Shopping Center the invitation through the onel Read said, but also may now AMD
Basketball
be purchased by mail, if desired.

USO.Coggins won the Military Invitational Orders must be accompaniedeither The AMD basketball teamis
meet in Pensacola in by money order,cashier's
1966 and placed in the Florida, check, or certified check made now having a recruiting drive
throughout their for
OPEN the. Southeastern, and the South- payable to U. S. Treasurer. Address department
\ SUNDAY players. Every division in AMD
ern United States matches lie is: Natural Resources
had never shot a European distance vision (PGUW), Eglin Air Force has a basketball team and is
tnatch before tackling the Base, Florida :32542. competing against each other to
Spanish. set up a fine AMD team. The
I Cost; of AFB hunting permitis department takes over the station
shootIng
Cecilbased Archer is -
i for the the Olympics of 1972 $4.00 per season, and fishing gym on Tuesday afternoons had
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY "It I'm good enough." The 1972 permit is $2.00 per eason. A three playoffs a week.
composite hunting and fishing
will mark On November 6th, all the team
spectacular
sports only
We gee them the VW 16 point Safety end Performance Inspect the permit costs $5.00, effecting a captains of the intramural teams
second time that has
Ion. Then we tuned end archery saving of $1.00 when
up tightened replaced everything that purchasedas will meet in the Station Gym
needed It. And guaranteed them 100., for the repair or replacementof been an Olympic event. Coggins combination I
a In
all major' mechanical part* for 30 days or 1000 ml lea. Come permit. for a coordinattonmeetings. Play 1
would
like be the first U.S.
on In and double check. to addition, the
persons entering will start on the 13th of Novem-
ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE "FRONT AXLE male world champion. reservation to hunt or fish must ber. 0
ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Following the Barcelona tour-
a valid Florida
possess huntingand For further information
67 VW FASTBACK AIR CONDo . $2395 nament, Coggins was made a honorary fishing licence; between and the Intramural Basketball Lea-

67 VW CONVERTIBLE. . . . $1895 Archers member of the and Spanish including the ages of 15 and 64. gue, call the station gym at
Association won a
67 VW SEDAN. -. . . . extension{ 498.c5a .
. $1750 perpetual invitation to the as:>oci- Colonel Red stated that the

66 VW FASTBACK, Radio. . . $1895 ation's facilities for the entire $1.00 daily dove field permitswill
Sixth Fleet. not be old by mail, but
may4OOOOOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOC
66 VW SEDAN, Air Condo . . $1795
guan
66 VW SEDANS . . . . $1500 *

65 VW SEDAN, Air Condo . .. $1450 Service Men Welcome

65 VW SUNROOF. .". . . $1250 iI i C
Yi price admission any time /
63 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe, Air Cond. $1275 upon presentation of I. D. t \in Z as

62 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe. . $1025 .

63 VW KOMBI . . . . $995 Open 7 Days A Week Juan of Niblick

63 CHEV. IMPALA LOADED. . $1395WESTSIDE Phone 384 4406

I 1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms
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November 2, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page II


'. AP-62 Takes Local! Tourney; V. 4'I


'I. AND WAT THE EflTlKE

Wins Opener- in Norfolk Action r UII. 'I'II


It was a hard Tought contestto with the penetration rule going With only one day's rest, the
the end as 10 squads battled into effect. VP 16 battled VAP 62 squad traveled to Nor-
for the championship of the an- its way across the SO yard line folk Va. to representCOMFAIRfor I
nual COMFAIRJAX intramural the extra point and the game. JAX in the AIRLANT tourney.It .
football tournament here last wa show down time Sat- In the first day of action in I.- 12 3438 BLANDING BLVD.
! week. urday as:: highly favored VAP that tournament Monday, GOM- at Cedar River
On Oct. 24, four contests were 62 took on VP 16 for champ- FAIRJAX downed Fleet Air Nor-
staged with VA-174 downing VA- ionship; and the photomen kept folk 41 13 and Fleet Air Ar- '
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66, 22 6, COMFAIRJAX defeating their unblemished record bytakgentia romped Fleet Air Quon- ..
VW 4, 14 8, VAP- ing the game 18 0. set 31 7.
62 shutting out FAETU, 26-0 Sports Director H.I Intramural Loop Meeting DAILY' 11:30 AM
and VP 16 putting down VA- ,
45, 20 0. t The air station's 1967 68 intramural basketball program begins TAKE-OUT SERVICE
With three games slated Oct. this month and an organizational meeting was held yesterday for IICE$
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25, the American League lead- prospective team entrants.
ing COMFAIRJAX team shut out Deadline for entering teams is Nov. 13 according to Athletic FRESH WATER HANNEL CATFISH AND HUSHPUPPIES'SIIRnU.'O'STI.ItS.
VA 45, 12 0; the league Director Frank McCaffrey. Personnel aboard the air station interestedin .
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leader in the National League, officiating during the loop season are asked to contact McCaffreythis
VAP 62, brushed off VP 30 week in order to facilitate setting dates for proposed clinics. ; ( S'I1"S. en.\\tU: I. t s..lnIC.. ...
28 16 and VA 174 got by Prospective officials may obtain more information by contactingthe .
VAH 13, 20 6. athletic director at Ext. 3239.
On the fourth day of the tour-
ney the undefeated VAP 62 I I IEXMEMBERS


On squad they the chalked same romped day up VP another, VP-16-,:30 victoryas 44 gave- 0. (to be) OF THE ARMED ,SERVICES: r

COMFAIRJAX a hassle as the
half time score read 6-6. But
COMFAIRJAX battled it out in
the' second half scoring 20 more .'W 1t .A., n 1 Y .
points to bring the final scoreto
26 12. :
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The other contest saw VA-174 : ,
down FAETU 6-0.
In the semi final action Fri-
COMFAIRJAX had their
work cut out for them as they
took on and barely squeezed by
VA 174, 12 8. Then the
COMFAIRJAX squad met their :
"Waterloo" when they played

their second game of the day . ... ...
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against a determined VP 16 :< :
squad. At halftime COMF Am- \ \

JAX led 8 0. But in the second ::..; ...... ...
half VP 16 picked up a touch I' /: \ ... Js
down and a safety to even up ( .. .: <:";::" .
the score and at the end of regular :: .
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play the score stood at 8 8 ; % '. ,.. :'
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MiriM Pistol Tt.. :.l';:'. t < '
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MatchFour ;
Wins Gateway .. : .' .:..,.....;. !!
members of the Marine I i.
Aviation Detachment pistol squad 4
came out on top at the -GatewayGun
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Club's pistol match Oct. 22. .! .
GySgt. John K. Maurer was the ;..:}
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over all winner of the local :
match with 884 out of a possible .:;)


900.Cpl.. John O. Taylor finished ". .... .:
second in the expert class by :
firing a 780. : :
A 760 in the sharpshooter'sdivision J :
gave SSgt. Ronald j; :
Christiansen a first. .'.. 'i.,.:;.:... ., ..';:
Cpl. John H. Sink finished second :' ;'
in the marksman class ; :
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shooting a 648. :i (.
The contestants fired the Camp ,

Perry course, which consistedof ... ,, ',' ...
10 shots slow fire 10 shots '; .::. :
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timed fire -- five rounds in 20 ft' : : :; ..., ..
seconds; and 10 shots rapid fire
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The match was shot from the
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A Johnson Captures MiIituryCupIn Hills c I






A brisk wind with ':

to 17 knots whipped ( I
St. Johns River
sizing[ boats bending )
hampering a few
the Jax Navy
second annual Navy :
Sixty fourboats:
in the races of sailing
from Florida and C :
( rant Officer Al WILSON
4 ashore from the
La, maneuvered his :
while earning 17 1/4 :
the Sailing Cup which I
ed to the high SP1-1341

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