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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 16, 1967
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VOL. 25 NO. 34 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA NOVEMBER 16, 1967




Fire Damages WAVES Barracks -





Fire, apparently started by a smoldering cigarette, caused
I extensive damage to the WAVE Barracks, 1J710, Tuesday morn-
ing, less then an hour after most of the 70 occupants left for work. .' '
When the fire was.discovered, about 7:45 a.m., only 15 girls remained tw yi
in the barracks and all
were evacuated safely. to the building at $3,700 and
Sailors 'working In a clean- contents at $1,000.
ing detail in a neighboring barracks Three station fire trucks responded -
spotted the fire seconds to the first alarm. Min-
after the first alarm was sent. utes later, a second alarm was
The sailors, PHAN W.C. Fish- sent in for two city trucks. How-
bourne, AMS2 R.L. Christman, ever, the fire was brought under
AN R.E. Tomlinson, AME2 J.A. control before the city trucks
Eberle, PRAN H.G. Turoq, CY- arrived on the scene.
NSN W.P. Scott, AXAN J.E.Oakly Firemen remained atthescene
ADJAN P.F. Hefton and hours alter the fire was put out,
ADJAN S. Ray raced throughthe to insure smoldering wood and -Jti __________
barracks and attempted to extinguish wires would not start anew.
the flames with extinguishers All residents of the barrackswere i
and hoses. evacuated and are temp- _____
The fire started on the second orarily billited in the Transient, s
floor of the building, causing Bachelors Quarters.A .
heavy damage to the east wing. full-scale investigation as to ___
The station Public Works department the cause of the fire is presently -
estimated the damages underway.

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\ FIRE DAMAGES -- The burned rooms on the second floor of WAVE Barracks #710 were a smoldering
j\ .mass of' ashes and debris when, the fire was finally brought under control. '

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,Capped During CeremonyAfter



six weeks of training 36 Red Cross Volunteers received caps during a semi-annual cap-
ping ceremony at the officer's club Nov. 8. The graduates were awarded their caps by Cdr. Lenore.
Simon (NQ) chief of nursing service at the Naval Hospital here. Mrs. Harold Brown, chairman of vol-
unteers of the Duval County Chapter of the Red Cross and Mrs. Helen H. Husted*, the hospital's Red
r Cross field director presented the graduates with pins and certificates. Before being capped, the vol-
unteers must complete 20 hours of class 'room lectures and 10 hours of actual job training. '
MAYOR HAS HONORS Jacksonville's Mayor Hans Tanzfer "
The volunteers are the wives ot
cuts the cake at the Naval Hospital's celebration for the 192nd station officers and enlisted men.
birthday of the U.S. Marines. Naval Hospital Commanding Officer Mrs. G. E. Dotson, vice chair- selles Ruth Garst and Peggy Har- A recreation program Is set
Capt. W.S. Baker, Jr. (center) and Jack Valentino past man, Red Cross Volunteers, led low.The up so patients'will have plenty'to
commandant of the Marine Corps League of Jacksonville look the graduates of class ?49 in the first few days volunteer do even if they just want to
Red Cross Volunteer pledge. training consists of orientation play cards or read a book.
Receiving were Mes- lectures on Red Cross work and Capt. Martin J. Stack, NAS
caps
Mayor Tanzler Cuts dames Rudolph Abel, Fred L. the functions of the hospital.The commanding officer, extended
Anderson, Joseph V. Arlgo, Roy remainder of the time is greetings and best wishes to the
R.Bond Donald spent on on-the-job-tralnlng. new volunteers on behalf of the
Birda, John ,H.L. ,
Cake For Marines Jimmie Gibson, Billy Harklns, Volunteers work on the hospital station. Capt. W.S. Baker, naval
Alan Honig, Keith Huber, Clar-: wards and in the library. A hospital commanding officer extended -
Huwe and Francis Jaquette. majority of them work In the clinics his 'congratulations and
Jacksonville's. Mayor Hans piece of cake from the ence,Also, Mesdames C.P. Jones, as chaperons receptionists. welcomed them to the working
Tanzler officiated at a cake'utt mayor, and it is good to shakea staff of the hospital.
Marvin L. Jones, Liza J King i ,
ceremony held Friday morning mayor's hand anytime:' John V. Lawrence, William T. ..........
at the Naval Hospital here In Mayor Tanzler personally feda Mahoney, Arthur Merz, Joe Mid-
honor of the 192nd birthday of the slice of cake to Sgt. William dleton, Stephen I. Page, Charles
Marine Corps. E. Faircloth, also of Florida Rousseau, Lawrence L. Stewart,
The mayor accompanioned by whose arm was immobilized due Alvin Stone, Micky ThweattJohnL.
t Jack Valentino, past commandantof to treatment being administered.The Treutel,Richard Vandersteen,
the Marine Corps League of mayor offered tickets to Fred D. White, Ruth Witney,Wil-
u Jacksonville, escorted from the home football and hockey ber R. Wiley, Landrv A. Wintz,
t the main gate to the hospital by games to the patients who are Manly Wuebler and Mesdemoi-
i Marine Honor Guards, Capt. Joseph -' able to attend.
1 Dwyer and Sgt.JamesBlack, Other officials present for the
f both Vietnam veterans ceremony were Capt.W.S.Baker,
The scene was Ward A-7 Jr., commanding officer of the I- inside I
;, where an assembly of patients Naval Hospital and Capt. V.R.
Berry, executive officer. .
recovering from wounds received *
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in action inVietnamgathered to The mayor departed after EDITORIALS. "

r.. .. witness the cake cutting.After the an hour's visit In the flurry of CIVIL SERVICE. : .5
handshakes and wishes
to
cutting of the cake, which was good ,
made by Sgt. Joseph Willis and the patients. NN f
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Cpl. Al Borg of NATTC's galley MOVIES..9
three, the mayor was introduced Due to the Thanksgiving /r..9
and spoke to each of the patientsas WANT ADS.
holiday next weeks editionof
r; 2 he distributed slices of cake. the Jax Air News will bea SPORTS.,. .. .,. . 10

.r_ The first slice of cake was day early.Deadl ine,for copy NATTC." .. Vii . .8 (
U" I f give to LCpl Stanley S. Loganof being submitted for next' ENSIGN CAPPED Ens. Peggy Harlow one of 36 Red Cross
Florida, who said, "I feel week's edition is" noon Mon-' SPORTS. ..YjV. ... .11 Volunteers is capped by Cdr. Lenore Simon, chief of nursing
proud to receive the first day. service at, the Naval Hospital.
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To Agree or Dissent; CJworc/'s/ 'Chapel

SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m. t

We Have the PrivilegeWriting ..and 11 a.m.DAILY MASS11:30a.m.. f

SATURDAY MASS -- 9:00 a.m.
or speaking about the United States brings out the best CONFESSIONS Saturday J
-- or worst -- in just about everyone. 5 p.m. 5:30 pm.7730 p.m.
There is not another country in the world that has the culture, .

money, movement and vibrating society as that of America. A4 This aircraft Is of the type which participatedin
"Skyhawk" -
((7.5. Naval
Authors dig deep into their repertoire of emotion packed Hospital
words; to stir the feelings of potential readers. Other choose the Veteran's Day fly-over at Daytona Beach .v

cold, cutting words to portray what they feel is wrong with a SUNDAY MASS8 a.m.

particular facet of our country. Effective ,
Thousands of Americans stand before their fellow citizens each Advancements ;
year and warn of the threats of communism or the need of social PROTESTANTAll
reform. Bearded, unwashed bodies march against the Pentagon
enmass to denounce government policy in foreign affairs. For 36 NAS'ers Today Saints Chapel
Journalists write column inch after column inch while takinga ,
slap against suspected corrupt elected officials. Elected offi- DIVINE SERVICE -10 a.m.
cials leap upon platforms and harrangue taxpayers about the "Great Thirty-six NAS'ers were advanced ADJ1 B. Reynolds: CS1B. Sarla: SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
Society" and its many accomplishments. In rate today off the second C. Sowers; DK1 J. F. Steib: CS1 Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722CHURCH
Teachers instill in students a love for their country during increment of the Aug. 1967 Navy 'T.' Suddeth: MU1 E. Swlatlowskl: SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
history and civics classes. Professors tell college freshmen wide advancement exams. ADR1 J. C. Taylor: ADJ1 J. Chapel Center, Bldg. 751
about the government's "Political atrocities" in Viemam. Advancement certificates were Thibodeau; ACl H. Whitfield; WEDNESDAYChoir
Thousands of Americans fly the Stars and Stripes on their presented to those advancingby ADJ1 E. C. Wood: DTP1 N. Rehersal -,- 7 p.m.
homes on July Fourth and other holidays. Others have recently NAS Commanding Officer, Pritchard and TM1 T. Cravens. THURSDAY
flown the North Vietnamese flag political protests.A Capt. Martin J. Stack during a Advancing to second class is Young Adult Group 7 p.m.
great majority of Americans are responsible citizens and brief ceremony at the education ADJ2 D. Anderson; AK2 J. Armstrong Christian Science Service
supporters of democracy. A minority chips away at the respon- services office.Advancing ; A02 R. Baldock; ADR2J. . -8 p.m.
sible citizen with a voiceful ferocity of how terrible the United to chief today will A. Bunch; AK2 J. H. Cre.to; SECOND MOND .;f Each Month '
States has become. be ENC H. Briscoe; ADJC L.E. AE 2 J. Daniels J ADR2 J. R. Chapel Women's Guild ,
Whether a detractor or supporter, no other people in the world Jones: ATC F. Sullivan and PNC Jenkins; A02 I. F. Krick, SD2T. -------9:30a.m.
have such latitude in saying, writing or portraying their thoughtson B.L. Turner. Manzon; ADJ2 G. Nemethand (Chapel Center)
just about any subject. New first class petty officers ATN2 J. W.: Ribblett.
Americans have been loudly proclaiming the best -- and the worst Include ACl J.P. Allen: ADR1L. Putting on new crows today
U.S. Naval/
-- about United States for over 190, years now. It is a privilegefor R. Beliveau: SDl R. Gutierrez will be SD3 A. C. Angel; AZ3C. Hospital
200 million people to live under the Stars and Stripes. Mil- : ACt R. II. Hamel; AK1 A. Dahl and AMS3 A. Winte-
lions of the world's population wish they too had. such a sacred A. Hartman; AOl J. L. KEbbyj mute. SUNDAY SERVICE- -- --10 a.m.
privilege.
NAS lax Goes Over Top

Don't Add Ingredients With Drive ContributionsThe Traffic


Units of this year's Combined Federal Campaign in the ViolationsThe
For Holiday Accidents Jacksonville area are still reporting their totals, therefore the
final figures of this year's campaign are not available at this
time. However, NAS lax went over the top with its contributions.. following Is a report
That time of year referred as the "Holiday:Season'Ms approaching Just before %his retirement. RAdm.- H. H. Caldwell wrote a letter of motor, vehicles accidents and
again. of appreciation tt:," to Capt.. Martin t J. Stack, commanding officer of traffic violations for the period .,
The three big holidays -- Thanksgiving,Christmas and New Year's NAS Jax. Nov. 7 through Nov. 13.
-- mean long weekends or leaves' for most of us. There are also The letter stated: "It Is noted with pleasure and appreciationthat Number of Accidents
parties and shopping trips that become more frequent during,_this sea- your command has attained 117 per cent of your objective in This Week -------9
son of the year. the Combined Federal Campaign In 1968., This accomplishmentis Total Accidents this year through
With the long weekends and family get togethers, we'll be spending Indicative of the energy and enthusiasm with which your chair- Nov. 13 - - 317
more and more time in our automobiles. making full use of the man and keyman organization undertook their assignment." Number of Accidents through
highways and city streets. Rear Admiral Caldwell further stated In the letter: "The re- Nov. 13, 1966 - -315
However, the additional traffic helps create more than season- results further attest to the high degree of support and cooperation Total number of days since
.excitement. It creates more and more opportunities for traffic received by those associated in this achievement. well done." last injury In a motorvehicle accident -
accidents of all ypes. Couple the increased traffic volume with The final figures of this year's Combined Federal Campaignwill - - -20
longer hours of darkness, winter driving conditions and driving be given In a later edition of the Jax Air News. Number of ViolationsThis
fatigue and Inattention and you have the ingredients for real holiday Week - -'- '-42 '
tragedy on the highway. Officer Rttirtmeiit Speeding ----------6
Now is the time for everyone to give serious thought to their driv- Resignations Reckless Driving - -0
ing habits before getting involved in the holiday season ahead. Going through Stop Sign -1
We are going to have to be more careful more alert and more Deferred Under Revised PolicyWashington Other Violations35
courteous than ever on the highway. Twenty nine drivers -
appeared
Constantly and conscientiously apply all the rules of good before the Traffic Hearing
driving which are all too often neglected. And remember,that (AFPS) -- Vol- officers with personal or family Board at the meeting held on
courtesy, consideration and defensive driving will help you -- and untary retirements and resigna- hardships; officers statutorily NON 14. Disposition of the cases -
the other guy -- have a safe, happy, holiday season. (AFPS) tions of some regular Navy officers retired; those with skills or qualifications included the following: Eight
will be deferred under a not in demand{officers lost
driving and parking privi-
with separation dates already set

Have You Not Read? Navy revised Those department.policy affected announced will be officers by the by officers the Secretary with previous of the Navy 12-month and leges periods aboard; 17 station were ,assigned for various to

complete an eight hour coursein
with rank of extensions.In .
commander and below
By LCdr. F. E. Sims who have more than four similar action, Marine One remedial received driving at NATTC;
suspension ; Seven
Corps officials have announced-
years experience and can fill
Care to read a good book? The library is full of them. Care to havea billets at sea or in Vietnam. bout 60 regular Marine officers were dismissed given warnings; Two were
One fined U. S.
good book in your barracks or home? You can get most of the However,Navy officials Indicatethe will be retained for the same Commissioner; ); was and Nine refer-(
classics In the paperback editions at a reasonable price. majority officers extended period. Those officers affectedare red to commanding officers for
Books are now readily available at the price that practically will be unrestricted line and sup- in aviation, including naval
possible disciplinary action.
everyone' can afford. So many new books are published each year ply corp lieutenants. aviators and naval flight officers- Twenty eight drivers were
that it would be impossible for one person to read them all. Navy officials anticipate post-' motor transport; maintenance; assessed 85 traffic points.
poning retirements or resigna- engineering and odnance.
On the other hand books were once so expensive that only the tions of 550 officers during the
wealthy could afford the luxury of books. In New Testament times period fromjanuarythrough .
the books of the Old Testament were available to the common 1968. The extension will not
man only at the synagogue. Due to the shortage of the written word, exceed 12 months.
* the Old Testament law and prophets( were memorized at the synogague Officers not subject to the deferral 'IAX AIR NEWSThe
school and sabbath services.Yet policy are those In such
groups as; Medical Dental,
Jesus did not feel that the shortage of the Law and the Prophets Nurse and Medical Service JA\J : AIRLIS;\\ is a ( inl.au, Lntrrpruc. ,Newspaper
was an excuse for their not being familiar with the Scriptures.For Corps, limited duty and warrant ,,.bneea* Thuudcl, *' at/' the" (11 J,, S lash '\If Stanton,
on at'. least eight occasions Jesus asked "Have you not officers. Additional groups are J ad:scult'ilh', Honda' b\' the' Hall l>ubfjhm', read ..?" If Jesus felt that a person of his day should be know- u. priraif jirm. \M (0'\' :snhmiiied, foi use in ""h' J \\
ledgeable of God's Word is there any excuse for you and me not Scoots Meet Medsy \1 It NCttS:\\ must ho foru-ordfd lo' Hie" Publu) Affairs Or
.
? hf. Box \ \S jaa-so.inllr, h.U: UU) noon Manda\'
being knowledgeable in this day when the printed Word Is available en
he ,
The NAS Boy Scout will fore publication.ru/ ,
troop 'HOMS' anuvKomfd" ,, (ram all
No, it Is not the shortage of God's Word or the cost of God's Word, hold a meeting Monday night at *,11"..> "" "/"plll"i.! JUS" or .1119.' )
but our failure to read God's Word.God's .
the Annex 772
Chapel Bldg. at
Adrcrlisemouis! arc >olu' 'urd' h\ the
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Word can prepare us for living with ourself, our fellowman. pm. ics ronccrnintl; ") MI, |II should he dir, .*f i.&*d 10. .
and with God. Will you read a portion of God's Word each day or The purpose of the meeting Is The Holt "
will He ask you, "Have you never read. .?" to form a committee, made up Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
of interested parents to assistin Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388., -2755,

governing the activities. of the ,
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VA-2 Hosts Families Atlantic" Flut Attack Squadron 46 "f


I Plans to Say. Gets 93 Commendations }I

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Ninety three letter of commendation \
Fit! Xmas
at
were awarded to the
j Clansmen of VA 46. Nov. 8.
_
t WASHINGTON To save moneyon The commendations were the result -
fuel and to/give the crews a of individual acts of heroismand
f s &J little more time at home, the superior performance during
. j ;, Atlantic Fleet'has declared a the FORREST AL fire in the Gulf
jJ partial moratorium on ship of Tonkin on 29 July. They were
J movements and,exercisers during signed, by FORRESTAL's Com-
"the holiday period/* manding officer, Captain John
This means that from Novem- Beling.

ber 22 to January 1, most Atlantic The Clansmen, have also been
Fleet ships will be in port recently cited by ,COMNAVAIR-
Reports from Norfolk,which is LANT on completion on their
Fleet headquarters, originally second consecutive accident free
spoke of a "drastic" curtailmentof have
year and been awarded the
training exercises. Chief of Naval Operations Avia-

Defense Department sources tion Safety Award for fiscal year '
Young pilot gets assist from LC/r./ Donfcor of VA-82 Family said, however, that many shipsare 1967 Cc/r Dunning presents awards.
normally at home over the
Day. holiday and this year the situation -
would be' "more normal
Attack Squadron 82 held Family than usual" in that respect.
Day here last week with more These sources said that the
than 500 people attending the extra holiday 'slowdown would ,VISIT '
show. VA-82 is one of Cecil's PH; .
Atlantic .
\ new A7-A ,Corsair II squadrons.The apply to the Fleet only. .'

program was centered a- "During this seasonal lull in .
round static displays of the Cor- ," R operations," a statement said, CLAUDE NOLAN

sair II. One plane was equippedwith "Commander 'In Chief Atlantic .... .:.,... .. ... .. .. .. .
:
a variety of weapons and ., rYIWYA Fleet has authorized units to '.' ': ... .; : ... ,:-. '. .. .. .'.
two others were available for \j .tel.t take maximum advantage of the V
, children to explore, and experience traditional holiday) season. He ''CAD1LLAC'PQNTIAC'. : .
imaginary aeriel escap- r has ordered ships not required .- (M fN"ATORAN., '. ; ..; :
ades. for essential operations to remain
The Avionics shop provided a in their homeports duringthe o. Ni, QN.'r; R.o..,$. tQNl!: g'' M'.
of the squad- J< ', .\. ; ): '
glimpse into a part w usual holiday period. ''' '';,:' : : : \ :

ron's mission through eyecatching .', '," '."',',:'.:i.:..' .' ... .
electronic gear, blinking It was said that crews might '
PH.ONEEl.3.3922'
lights and video representationsof take leave, use the time in port ::
spoken sound waves. 1 for upkeep and possibly for training -
Children were treated to a at schools ashore. A spokesman -
"Coney Island" exclusive with said there would be some
parachute rides in a parachute money saved.
swing across the hangar deck.
By the end of the day the swings
were in great demand for back
yards.
The highlight of the day was i
an aerieldemonstrationbyVA82pilots. ;klTcLAW! 1Tt1rM

The air show included I I
.
formation take-offs, diamond and t
echelon fly-overs and high-speed
low and high level passes.
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Home" c5a guan I



The pilots of FDRdeployedVA172
have recaptured the \ c Was
"Bleu Max" after having lost it
for the first time to VA-12 last .
month. The bombing accuracy San Juan at Niblick
award was given to the "Blue Phone 384.. 44:)6J. 1
Bolts" for a 50-foot average. i _
Cdr. Tom Francis,LCdr. Marv 1 J. 2 G 3 Bedrooms
Nascheck, and Ltjg( ) Dave ., Garden Type Apartmentswith
Johnson comprised the winning Country Club
team. Atmosphere
The squadron also won the Kitchens equipped with G-E
"OK-3" award for saftey, initiated Ranges IV: Refrigerators'
by Cdr. Max D. Barr to Individual' Air Conditioning'

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ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

To Agree or Dissent; 4y Edward's Chapel

SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m.

We Have the PrivilegeWriting and 11 a.m.
w g ",aA, ..DAILY MASS11:30a.m..
.
SATURDAY MASS -9:00 a.m.
or speaking about the United States brings out the best CONFESSIONS - Saturday
-- or worst -- in just about everyone. 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.&-7:30: p.m.
There is not another country in the world that has the culture, .
money, movement and vibrating society as that of America. A4 This aircraft is of the type which participatedin
"Skyhawk" --
U.S. Naval
Authors dig deep into their repertoire of emotion packed Hospitals
words to stir the feelings of potential readers. Other choose the Veteran's Day flyover at Daytona Beach.

cold, cutting words to portray what they feel is wrong with a SUNDAY MASS - -8 a.rn.
particular facet of our country. EffectiveFor ',
Thousands of Americans stand before their fellow citizens each Advancements '
year and warn of the threats of communism or the need of social PROTESTANTAll
reform.' Bearded, unwashed bodies march against the Pentagon
enmass to denounce government policy in foreign affairs. 36 NAS'ers Today Saints Chapel
Journalists write column inch after column inch while takinga
slap against suspected corrupt elected officials. Elected offi- DIVINE SERVICE -10 a.m.
cials leap upon platforms and harrangue taxpayers about the "Great Thirty-six NAS'ers were advanced ADJ1 B. Reynolds; CS1B. Saria; SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
Society" and its many accomplishments. in rate today off the second C. Sowers; DK1 J. F. Steib; CSl'T. Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722
Teachers instill in students a love for their country during increment of the Aug. 1967 Navy Suddeth; MU1 E. Swiatlowski; CHURCH SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
history and civics classes. Professors tell college freshmen wide advancement exams. ADR1 J. C. Taylor; ADJ1 J. Chapel Center Bldg. 751
about the government's "Political atrocities" in Vietnam. Advancement certificates were Thibodeau; ACl H. Whitfield; WEDNESDAYChoir
Thousands of Americans fly the- Stars and Stripes on their presented to those advancingby ADJ1 E. C. Wood; DTP1 N. Rehersal -,- 7 p.m.
homes on July Fourth and other holidays. Others have recently NAS Commanding; Officer, Pritchard and TMl T. Cravens. THURSDAY
flown the North Vietnamese flag political protests.A Capt. Martin J. Stack during a Advancing to second class is Young Adult Group 7 p.m.
great majority of Americans are responsible citizens and brief ceremony at the education ADJ2 D. Anderson; AK2 J. Arm- Christian Science Service
supporters of democracy. A minority chips away at the respon- services office.Advancing strong; A02 R. Baldock; ADR2J. - -8 p.m.
sible citizen with a voiceful ferocity of how terrible the United to chief today will A. Bunch; AK2 J. H. Cresto; SECOND MOND ';f Each Month
States has become. be ENC H. Briscoe; ADJC L.E. AE 2 J. Daniels i ADR2 J. R. Chapel Women's Guild .
Whether a detractor pr supporter, no other people: in the world Jones: ATC F. Sullivan and PNC Jenkins; A02 I. F. Krick, SD2T. - 930am.
have such latitude in saying, writing or portraying their thoughtson B.L. Turner. Manzon; ADJ2 G. Nemethand (Chapel Center)
just about any subject. New first class petty officers ATN2 J. W. Ribblett.
Americans have been loudly proclaiming the best .. and the worst Include ACl J.P. Allen; ADR1L. Putting on new crows today U.S. Naval
-- about United States for over 190, years now. It is a privilegefor R. Beliveau; SD1 R. Gutierrez will be SD3 A. C. Angel; AZ3C. Hospital
200 million people: to live under the Stars and Stripes. Mil ; ACl R. H. Hamel; AK1 A. Dahl and AMS3 A. Winte-
lions of the world's population wish they too had' such a sacred A. Hartman; A01 J. L. Kibby; mute. SUNDAY SERVICE- ---10 a.m.
privilege.
NAS lax Goes Over Top

Don't Add IngredientsFor With Drive ContributionsThe Traffic


Units of this year's Combined Federal Campaign In the ViolationsThe
Holiday AccidentsThat Jacksonville area are still reporting their totals therefore the
final figures of this year's campaign are not available at this
time. However, NAS Jax went over the top with its contributions. following is a report
time of year referred to as the "HolidaySeason"is: approaching Just before: his retirement, RAdm. H. H. Caldwell wrote a letter of motor vehicles accidents and
again. : of appreciation';',to Capt.. Martin, J. Stack, commanding officer of traffic violations for the period
The three big holidays ;.- Thanksgiving,Christmas and New Year's NAS Jax. Nov. 7 through; Nov. 13.
-- mean long weekends or leaves for most of us. There are also Theletter stated: "It is noted with pleasure and appreciationthat Number of Accidents
panics and shopping trips that become more frequent during,this season your command has attained 117 per cent of your objective in This Week - - -9
of the year. the Combined Federal Campaign in 1968., This accomplishmentis Total Accidents this year through
With the long weekends and family -togethers, we'll be spend- indicative of the energy and enthusiasm with which your chaIr- Nov. 13 - - 317
ing more and more time in our automobiles. making full use of the man and keyman organization undertook their assignment." Number of Accidents through
highways and city streets. Rear Admiral Caldwell further stated in the letter: "The re- Nov. 13, 1966 - 315
However the additional traffic helps create more than season- results further attest to the high degree of support and cooperation Total number of days since
.excitement. It creates more and more opportunities for traffic received by those associated in this achievement. well done" last injury in a motorvehicle; accident -
accidents of all ypes. Couple the increased traffic volume with The final figures of this year's Combined Federal Campaign - - -20
longer hours of darkness winter driving conditions and driving will be given in a later edition of the Jax Air News. Number of ViolationsThis
fatigue and inattention and you have the ingredients for real holiday Week - --- '-42
tragedy on the highway. Officer Retirement Speeding; -------6
Now is the time for everyone to give serious thought to their driv- Resignations Reckless Driving - -0
ing habits, before getting involved in the holiday season ahead. Going through Stop Sign -1
We are going to have to be more careful, more alert and more Deferred Under Revised PolicyWashington Other Violations - -35
courteous than ever on the highway. Twenty nine drivers appeared -
Constantly and conscientiously apply all the rules of good before the Traffic Hearing
driving which are all too often neglected. And remember that (AFPS) -- Vol- officers with personal or family Board at the meeting held on
courtesy, consideration and defensive driving will help you -- and untary retirements and resigna- hardships; officers statutorily Nov. 14. Disposition the cases -
the other guy -- have a safe, happy, holiday season. (AFPS) tions of some regular Navy officers retired; those with skills or qualifications included the following: Eight
will be deferred under a not in demandofficerswith ; lost
driving and parking privi-
separation dates already set
? revised policy announced by the by the Secretary of the Navy and leges aboard station for various
Have You Not Read Navy department. ,
Those affected will be officers officers with previous 12-month periods; 17 were assigned to
complete an eight hour coursein
with rank of commander and below extensions.In .
By LCdr. F. E. Sims who have more than four similar action Marine One remedial driving at NATTC;
received suspension ; Seven
officials have announced
years experience and can fill Corps a-
Care to read a good book? The library is full of them. Care to havea billets at sea. or in Vietnam. bout 60 regular Marine officers were dismissed given warnings'; Two were
good book in your barracks or home? You can get most of the However, Navy officials indicatethe will be retained for the same Commissioner; One) was and Nine fined refer-(CU. S.
classics in the paperback editions at a reasonable price. majority of officers extended period. Those officers affectedare red to commanding; officers for
Books are now readily available at the price that practically will be unrestricted line and sup- in aviation, including naval
everyone can afford. So many new books are published each year ply corp lieutenants. aviators and naval flight officers- possible Twenty disciplinary- eight drivers action.were
that it would be impossible for one person to read them all. Navy officials anticipate postponing -' motor transport; maintenance; assessed 85 traffic points.
retirements or resigna- engineering and odnance.
On the ,other hand books were onte; so expensive that only the tions of 550 officers during the
wealthy could afford the luxury of books. In New Testament times period from January through June
the books of the Old Testament were available to the common )J968. The extension will not
man. only at the synagogue. Due to the shortage of the written word exceed 12 months.
* the Old Testament law and prophets{ were memorized at the synogague Officers not subject to the deferral JAX .A.J.JR NEWSN
school and sabbath services.Yet policy are those in such
groups as; Medical, Dental,
Jesus did not feel that the shortage of the Law and the Prophets Nurse and Medical Service J JX ?r\lf N1: \\. is II (1I'llian Enttrprih' Newspaper
was an excuse for their not being familiar with the Scriptures.For Corps, limited duty and warrant JHiUlb"IC cash Thursday' at the U. S, \a'"di '\r SlallOtt,
on at' least eight occasions, Jesus asked, "Have you not officers. Additional groups; are JacfucHWW", rloflda, b)' the' //Joft PublncluIIH t ( ompan,
read .?" If Jesus felt that a person of his day should be knowledgeable a. ,private farm .\M ( ory ubmiiu, fur use III HIi \.\
Stoats
and Meet Merely \IK NEWS must/ be forwarded to the' ublu|
of God's Word is there any excuse for you me not A/fairs or]
being I knowledgeable) in this day when the printed Word is available? tff'J Box !' N XS la4 S'J/II'I"r./ h' ) The NAS Boy Scout will publ"'III1m. Jews ,
of God's Word the of God's Word, troop 1"H'/ veUomed from all
No, it is not the shortage or cost souiscs
hold a meeting Monday night at T"'plhII 77. JJ1S! or in, ).
but our failure to read God's Word.God's the 772
Chapel Annex Bldg. at
7 Adrertisements aie solicited' b>' the' :','uhllshc.-, | and
Word can us for living with ourself, our fellowman. pm. u-s ronccniin duct
prepare ; "t >u< II should. he diteeted. to.
and with God. Will you read a portion of God's Word each day or The purpose of the meeting Is The Holt '
will He ask you, "Have you never read. .?" to form a committee, made up Publishing Company ''950 Blanding Blvd.
of interested parents to assistin Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 383 2755.,
governing the activities of the

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I)1 Plans to Say. Gets 93 CommendationsNinety i


r Fie Vw, nt Xmas mendation -were three awarded letter of to com-the

I Clansmen of VA 46. Nov. 8.

Ij I WASHINGTON To save moneyon The commendations were the result -
IJ fuel and tchgive the crews a of individual acts of heroismand
j little more time at home, the superior performance during
j Atlantic Fleet has declared a the FORREST AL fire in the Gulf
panial moratorium on ship of Tonkin on 29 July. They were
J movements and,exercise's during signed, by FORRESTAL's Com-
"the holiday period." manding officer, Captain John
This means that from Novem- Beling.

.. .: 1'w ber 22 to January 1, most Atlantic The Clansmen, have also been
Fleet ships will be in port recently cited by COMNAVAIR-
Reports from Norfolk,which I is LANT on completion on their
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Fleet headquarters, originally second consecutive accident free
spoke of "drastic" curtailmentof year and have been awarded the
I training exercises. Chief of Naval Operations Avia-
Defense Department sources tion Safety Award for fiscal year
Young pilot// gets assist/ from LCoV. Dunbar at VA-82 Family said, however, that many shipsare 1967 CoY. Dunning presents awards.
home
the
normally at over
Day. holiday and this year the situa-
tion would be "more normal ...
Attack Squadron 82 held Family than usual" in that respect. .
Day here last week with more I : These sources said that the .
than 500 people attending the extra holiday I slowdown would VISIT .
show. VA-82 is one of Cecil's -.u .J' ..
the Atlantic Fleet only. .
apply to .
\ new A7-A Corsair II squadrons.The '.
program was centered a- "During this seasonal lull in
round static displays of the Cor- operations," a statement said, CLAUDE(NOLANCADILLAC -
sair II. One plane was equippedwith "Commander in Chief Atlantic
a variety of weapons and Fleet has authorized units to
,two others were available for take maximum advantage of the ,
,
children to explore and experIence : traditional holiday season. He & PpNT'' 'C,

imaginary aeriel escap Jir has ordered ships not required : 'IY1, 1 NAT"Q, ; R' Nj '.. : .
ades. for essential operations to remain '
The Avionics shop provided a in their homeports duringthe "..f; 6p :M \'TH, iji.i$' T :'9N1JL M
,, . ,: :
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glimpse Into a part of the squad- usual holiday period. "" ,"","" c"' ';'' "" ". < '
ron's mission through eyecatching "
electronic gear, blinking It was said that crews might; 'pHd 't.t.3'
lights and video representationsof take leave, use the time in port
spoken sound waves. for upkeep and possibly for training -
Children were treated to a at schools ashore. A spokesman -
"Coney Island" exclusive with said there would be some
parachute rides in a parachute money saved.
swing across the hangar deck.
By the end of the day the swings 2/Y4
were yards.in great demand for back 1

The highlight of the day was i iI
an aerieldemonstrationby I f.
pilots. The air show included ,I
formation take-offs, diamond and '
echelon fly-overs and highspeedlow f
and high level passes. -
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Geronfmo//

Max "Back
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Home"The -t tcV i


an Juan u ,
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pilots of FDR-deployed
VA-172 have recaptured the \
"Bleu Max" after having lost it OS
for the first time to VA-12 last I IA
month. The bombing accuracy 'San Juan at Niblick
award was given to the "Blue Phone 384 4406 /
Bolts" for a 50-foot average.
Cdr. Tom Francis,LCdr.Marv 1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms
Nascheck, and Ltjg( ) Dave Garden Type Apartmentswith
Johnson comprised the winning Country Club
team. Atmosphere
The squadron also won the Kitchens equipped with G-E
"OK-3" award for saftey Initiated Rana.cs! (:V Refrigerators
j by Cdr. Max D. Barr to Individual. Air Conditioningand

Improve pilot efficiency through In Inter-car- Drapes Keating furnished by (i .. E Florida Peaches boom early!
rier landing
Wall! to rail, ( arpetfna and
squadron competition. The com-
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Florida peaches reach the market a month or more ahead of peaches from Georgia and the Carolln l. -. r
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VT Now Underway of NAS JaxThe i

NAS Jax "Needy Family Gifts may be taken to the distribution be picked up at a central location I
center located on in mid-December by Navy
Christmas Sharing Program",an
r annual project to aid the needy the lower deck in Bldg. 930. personnel.
civilian families in our commun- The center is open daily for con- Several trucks, covering a 200
ity was kicked underway Tues- tributions. There will be free mile radius of Duval county,will
3 1 day by Capt. Martin'' J. Stack, unloading service whenever distribute the Christmas boxes to
NAS, CO, and will extend until necessary. Plans are to opena the families on Dec. 21 and 22.
Dec. 22. sharing center in the down- In the words of Chaplain Simpson -

The program, sponsored by town area in mid-December. "The progress to date is
Captain Stack, is coordinated this According to authoritative outstanding. The cooperation of
year by Chaplain Joseph C.Simp- sources, some 75 local mer- all organizations and persons Involved -

WORKING TOGETHER were VW-4's officers' wives and hos- son of the Protestant. Chaplain chants have pledged their is exceptional."
lie further
and will once again demonstrate stated 'Ibe driveis
Office. support
pita I wives in preparation for the JOWC charity benefit to be destined be
Christmas boxes, containing their giving spirit as to a success if
held Saturday night. Making decorations are (I l-r) MesdamesR. clothing, food stuffs and toys for they have done In the past. Some we at NAS, can catch, genuinely,
W. Hennessey.D.W. Lawrence, MA. Staab, C.L. Sharp and the children, will be distributedto local high schools in the immediate the spirit of Christmas'--SHAR-
F.L. Baca.JOWC. this year's goal of 200 fam- area have also promisedtheir ING. If we dare to share this
ilies with over 700 children. The assistance with the project. year as we should, the Needy
Charity Benefit gifts one person gives is aiding Mrs. Mary Dunlap, executive Family Christmas Sharing Driveis
five to six children. director of Duval County Councilof going to touch the lives of
Gifts in the form of monetary Campfire Girls of America people in 200 families in the
Slated Saturday Night value, food stuffs, usable clean said that their organization will civilian community around NAS
clothing and repairable toys are collect staples canned goods, Jax. If we dare to share as we
acceptable and appreciated.Items good wearable clothing (new or should, we will discover that we
The Jacksonville Officers'Wives Door prizes will be given, and
requiring repair work are clean-used), and toys. If toys have received for ourselves,whatno
Club will holds its,annual include a Console: Color Television
fall charity benefit Saturday at a silver tea service, and repaired by volunteer Navy per- are given in a wrapped parcel, man could give to us, the gen-
the offlcer's.elm. many others. Must be presentto sonnel In the work shop design- donators are asked to indicatethe iune spirit of Christmas" the
The theme of the ball this year win. ated for this purpose in Bldg. type, age group and sex for spirit of giving.

will be "International Night", Proceeds of the benefit will go 930. which appropriate. The gifts' --will._ I
The Costumes optional.The to the JOWC sponsored charity Personnel who are interestedin
event will begin with a projects. volunteering their time and
social hour at 7 p.m., followedby Tickets are $4 per person and service for this worthy project by
dinner at 8 pjn.Entertainment may be bought at the main desk repairing toys,making doll clothes -
for the evening of the-offlcers' club or throughunit or manning the distribution
will be dancing music by the JOWC representatives.Mrs. centers may contact Chaplain
COMFAIRJAX Band, and a four- R. V. Berry is the ball Simpson at Ext. 3051.
act floor show featuring local chairman-
talent. n_-... ADCOMPDeadline 4 y1-1
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Educational Services Office -
has announced that they
will accept applications for the ,
Associate Degree Completion t1I
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY Program until Jan. '1, 1968. ; _
ADCOMP offers an Associateof "
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w. f.... th.m th. VW 16 point Safety. end P.rfonn.ne. Inp.ct- ArtsScience degree to out- I
ion. Thin we tuned up. tliht n d. an rpUc everything that
n..4.d It. tad guaranteed them 100% ..r the repair or replacement standing career petty officers r { b ss /:
of all major mechanical parts for 30 day or, 1000 mllea. Come second class or above to Increase a 't N s 3.PA,,ey 9p
on In and double check. q9 a+s
I the
prpfessional proficiency -
ENGINE TRAMrUrONREAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE t S g yrS
, ASSEMBLIES .BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM of the critical ratings.To .
be eligible, personnel must
67 VW FASTBACK AIR CONDo . $2395 be enlisted in the regular Navy, w

67 VW SEDAN. . 0 .. 0 0 $1750 have completed at least one or

66 VW FASTBACK, Radio. .. . . $1795 enlisted more enlistments since March and 1 or have have re-an ) Mr 4

66 VW SEDAN, Air Cond . .. .. $1750 expiration of 'active obligated '1 :itW _______

65 VW SQUAREBACK. 0 .' . $1595 service prior to Aug. 1. Applicants -
must not be less than 25 i I.. Y
66 VW SEDANS. . . . . 0 $1495 40 of d U
or over years age at the W
65 VW SEDAN Air Cond. . . $1450 time of application.

63 VW SEDAN . . . . $995 Applicants must be a graduateof THE NAS
63 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe.Air Cond. $1275 have an completed accredited 3 high years school of high, or "NErnDYFAfllYJCHRISTMAS officially kicked! underway Tuesday SHARING by Capt.PROGRAM -

62 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe. . 0 $1025 school and possess a GED equi- Martin J. Stack, NAS CO, and Mrs. Mary Dunlap. executive

63 VW KOMBI . . .. : . $995 valency certificate issued by a director of 'the Duval County Council of Campfire Girls, as
State Department of Education the program s coordinator, Chaplain C.
or Joseph Simpson holds
63 CHEV. IMPALA SUPER SPORT Loaded. $1395 the football.
an authorized (high school witha
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LONG TIME -- Twenty years of service generally marks the end
of a mans military career, however, three employees of NARF who Guardian Premium
have continued serving their country through civil service were honored Nylon
Nov. 9 as they completed their fortieth year of service.
Honored in the ceremony were: (L to R), Charles W. .Miller
assistant production conttolman; Paul Sartor Inspector' (Aircraft Grade,lint,Itvit or quality representation relates to private standard of marketer.No industry standard exists.
airframes); and Evans B. Reese, inspector (aircraft assembly).
Capt. C. T. Faulders Jr. (far right) presented the awards. SIZES, TO FIT FROM COMPACTS TO CADILLACS

OCMM Plans January 6.50-13 7.50-14 8.25-14 8.15-15 8.55-14 8.85-14

7.75-14 5.60-15 .8.00-14 7.10-15 8.85/9.00/9.15-14

Wage Scale SurveyThe 7.75-15


Office of Civilian Manpower posed of representatives of the
,; Management Has planned various Naval commands In the
a full scale wage survey of the area. The committee will determine -
Jacksonville labor market area which firms to contact
to begin in early January. This what ratings to include in the 1. 8L! 20 21
will be a joint survey betweenthe survey select and train wage S
Navy and the Bureau of Labor data collectors, and in general BUOCWAllTUIIIUS IIAOCWAU
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planned for January on the basisof survey procedures. ,'ta 148 to piss 2.23 h ,fntl4tlit
the following criteria; best Opportunity will be providedfor 2.211.1. 244 F.I.T. M.T.
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'..... ,. ..full-scale; survey is_conducted Committee. Data and information .
by an Area Wage Survey i- Collected locally will be forwarded
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are surrounded byanocean one Is clearance delivery,where R. B. White, air traffic conOperations Is Cdr..., J. K. David _
-- "an ocean of Air" and justas the flight plan is cleared from' trol division training petty ofand. the division officer Is Cdr. iuirrItP' $$1
I the 'ooe !ns'\ of water are teaming NAS to t the desired destination.In fleer.. R. A. Gibson. 1
with activity, the "ocean of position two, the approach The officer In charge of Air ,,, i 1
air" in which we live Is also fill controller follows and watches '/., ::' ',' ; + ..
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ed with activity, but of a different over in bound .and out -bound : 'Ss 1
nature. Air traffic'has air traffic. ,
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I become so complex that ""high- Position three, ground control k ;
ways In the sky" must be controlled approach, guides aircraft to a :\. "'S
with the utmost accuracy. safe landing by use of radar and /
The Air Operations team at voice technique. tL : .
NAS lax operates with the efficiency Up in the tower there are I
and precision it takes to also three different phases with L" 'F j
control .and direct air traffic as three different positions. Posi-- ; .
safely as possible.A tion one is the flight data posi-- '.1 Tracking' Aircraft iy use. .f f radar ACI C.F. Sc.tt<< and 4 ACt
pilot departing NAS must tion where telephone messages ippi .'\ \:. *;iQ:. Richard Carpenter' keep cUse tabs on all' aircraft in die J Jacksonville
first go to the flight planning concerning flight plans, depar- ; .._ ,_ : area.
!section of the tower to file his tures and arrivals are taken .and ,
,
flight forms. The flight forms scheduled. .i 8 \

contain the flight pattern and the Position two, ground control, t"T.. : I ,t..____ ( Lowest Price
scheduled time of departure.The is where taxiing: aircraft to and U :juirit&i Ever ] 1
proposed flight plan is then from runways and vehicular traffic Ic... ., : ..
sent to the (flight clearance sec- are controlled.The .
tion where the time and flight local controller In position 4 # ? .
pattern Is checked .and cleared.. three directs all aircraft In the for RCA Victor TV!
Next, the flight plan is sent traffic pattern and clears aircraftfor : r : Flight Processing -- Flight plans and messages for out-bound .
to the tower and to the radar take off and landing. The local .. aircraft are processed by AC3 Steve DuMoulin. .
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air traffic control center. controller Is also assistedby -
When all the information con- the flight data and ground con assists Lt. J.G. $
Filing Forms ACCS A.B. Vickers, operations duty officer ( )
cerning the, flight plan is clear- troller<. -i: T i
ti. J. Goldstein with f filing a message. UD9S"
ed and the pilot has boarded his Air traffic control exercisedby l :
aircraft the tower gives him the the use of light gun signals IJEIi.HEZl
"go ahead." and radios. '
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Once the pilot is airborne, "The Air Operations team,
he is directed by the approach which consists of 70 people, ___ .t .
controller in the radar air traf-- .and the facilities we have at NAS L ?
fic control center. ]Jax makes for a training pro- Compare it
The center Is composed of gram that Is unsurpassed by any other against'TV any
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I NATTC: ..hi.dTk. Scene r T : r Meninak Club,

!, To Sponsor

Ten men graduated from AO/B spoke to the group. lie said ? Charity Bowl '
School on Nov. 7. They were "that although technical know-
A02 G.L. Alford AOC D.LBar- ledge and everyday work Is important
ber A01 R.E. Bass, AOl G.T. in the Navy, it is the The Meninak Club of Jacksonville -
Hammond, A03 .N. B. Lang military aspect of their careers is sponsorlnstthe34thannual.
worthy, AOl W.S. Marlin, A03 that often holds men back," and Meninak Charity Bowl at the Gator -
R.A. Newcomb,.AOC P J. Walsh, emphasized that the Navy's need Bowl on Dec. 8.
A02 R. F. Westergard, and A01 for men who are willing to assume VP-5's officer and enlisted wives' celdbrated the squadron's The yearly event, the oldest
JR. Adams, who was honorman. responsibility. 25th' birthday with a bunch on Friday. Seated (I l-r) are Mes- football bowl game in the United
the 25 week ******** Ellen States Is sponsored by the clubto
During course, dames Heilani Keough Gloria Farrell, A.Wolfarth, Mary
the men studied such varied sub- AE School Honorman: Pfc.Robert Josephson, Hyea Friedman and Gail Jullie. raise proceeds to provide for
jects as administration, mathe- F. Farrell of Class 724, facilities, services, and other
matics, missiles, guns, muni- 92.71. needs of thecommunitywhlchare
tions, and the principles of lea- AO School Honorman: AAC.G, YP-5 Marks 25th not financed by public funds.
BirthdayAmidst Over the 34 -
dership. Sheldon 86.05; Honor Class: past year approximately
CW04 S. W. DeLoach, Jr., 733A.t.. 20,000 Jackson-
The Jaxon Lancers NATTC'sdrill the Veterans Day and Marine Corpsblrthday celebrations, ville residents have participatedin
Patrol Squadron Five celebrated its 25th birthday No10.. some capacity for the charity
dur-'
twice
team, performed
THE ing the long 'weekend commen- VP 5, presently on a six month deployment to WestPac scheduledto project, and more than $325,000has
Veterans Day. return here in early December, celebrated with an open house in been distributed charitable
orating
Friday,.the team was in Day- Sangley Point, Philippines. funds from these games.
SMROCKJUAM/ tona Beach for a parade that was The Mad Fox squadron was born at Whidbey Island, Wash., Some of the past charitable
viewed by approximately 20,000 on Nov. 10, 1942, and Inherited the name ,Blind Foxes for Its projects of the club include con-
struction of classroom for the
?TERRACES people. The next day the Lancers all weather raids on the Jap- mander Naval Air Forces Atlantic Pine Castle School for retarded
\ were in Jacksonville Beach as anese mainland. Flying Lock- Fleet Patrol Squadronsfor children furnishing of equip-
\
l" pan of a Veterans Day Parade heed PV-1 Vega Ventures, VB- fiscal year 1967. ment for children's wards in local .
at SIB tiC" sponsored: by the Veterans 135, made so many successful On the home front, the squad- hospitals, and constructionfor
Patriotic Observance Committeeof raids, that th&.squadron became ron's officer wives club spon- work shops in Jacksonville
I t> 2 BedroomsGarden Jacksonville. There were a- known as the Empire Express. sored a brunch Friday in the orphanages. Funds have also
T\pc Aptirintims bout 15,000 spectators, accord- After the war years, the Foxes Candlelight Club, and invited the been contributed to Girl and
!With Country' Club ing to Lt. D. F. Walsh, the officer moved to the,east coast,and their enlisted wives club to join in Boy Scout organizations,
atmosphere In I charge,of the drill team VPML-5 the celebration.Mrs. .
Kitchens equipped with G-0 designation changed to Tickets are $1.00 for military ,
Ranges & Rci'ritteraiots then to VP-5. In 1948, they received Mary Ellen Josephson, personnel and their dependents ,
GIANT SWAP MEET
Individual A.r C"ndu"n"'E1 the Navy's first MAD wife of Cdr. John V. Josephson, or dates, and $1.50 for .
and Heating bv G E.A SHIPPING OUT??? (magnetic anomaly detector) commanding officer of the squadron civilian personnel.
Drapes Furnished Bring your furniture equipped P-2V Neptunes, and a- presented a brief history of The Special Services Office,
Wall to Wall Carpeting and Blandinfl and misc.Drive-in items to Theatre sell gain changed their name to the the squadron to the 63 women attending Bldg. 704, has tickets available
t Large Swimming! Pooh( Every Sat. 7 A.M. 6,P.M. Mad Foxes.A the brunch. For information on tickets available -
PHONE 34 440b Sun I p.M. 6 P.M. 'unit of Fleet Air Wing Eleven, Mrs. A.Wolfarth, night managerof call Ext. 2558 or 3122.
r 76H.705H or 768.419Jf : the Foxes operated their Nep- the Candlelight Club, and a
tunes from this area, and from member of the Jasmine Circle
many foreign countries including Garden Club, was introduced as
Iceland, Italy, Newfoundland a guest and demonstrated both FURNITURE
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Malta, Norway the Azores, and natural and artiflcal floral ar-
I Morocco.In rangements. VALOJESt
: June, 1966, after 18 yearsof A committee Mesdames John WHOLESALE
operations with the Neptunes, Jospehson, Micheal Jullie and
VP-5 received the Lockheed P-34 Edgar Keough made the arrange-. PRICE TO EVERYONE
Orion a 400 knot, pressurized ments for the brunch.

high flying 'aircraft packed with
OPEN
electronic anti-s0bmarine war- M.rbi Wlv
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EVERYDAY !
,\ tf ,fare equipment*,: '
;.. On their 'deployment, 1'
IA' the squadron has flown over 7,200 Collect Toys 9-9
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1 hours during the past five months.In SUNDAY
July the Mad Foxes received The'Marine Wives Club is asking TIL 6p.m.
the :Chief of Naval Oper- for donations, of toys, old
!. ations Safety Award for the ComCanYou- or new, to present to the Jacksonville -
Home for Boys, as part
', of Company B, 4th Amphibian SURPLUS GOODS
; Tractor Battalion's annual DISCOUNT STORE
Christmas party.
I- The toys will be repaired,
Buy with cash and save! TAKE'YOUR WTH YOU CAR? Co.painted B. etc.,. by members of

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r| Movies. |r Club Schedules .1rt4'YSfOb
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"0" CLUB: Come to the nickel beer special today from 4:30to
MOVIES will be shown reg- 6 p.m. Enjoy the beefeater's buffet from 6 to 10 p.m. Tomorrow .,.SYr
ularly at the NA? Jax Theatre i is the champagne special deluxe prime rib dinner for two plus a
at 6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru fifth of champagne or sparkling burgundy for 9.50 per couple.
Saturday. There will also be a Dance to the music of Sam Ross. Saturday if the JOWC Charity
matinee at 2 p.m. onSaturdays. Ball. The club is reserved. Plan to take the family to the buffet Ads should' be mailed tc the Holt Publishing Company
Sundays and holidays. The llos- dinner Sunday:! from 6 to 10 p.m. Tuesday features another Wine 1950 Blinding' Bird.& Jacftsom/illt, Florida' 32210 to arrive
pital Theatre will have one weekly Tasting event. Domestic and imported white wines will be judged not later than Tuesday for publication' the following' Thurs'
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field There is a $.75 charge per person. Tuesday through Friday a noon day. Adt arriving' too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
will have two shows during the buffet is featured from 11:15 am to 1 pm. following: week unless the publisher It instructed other
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mar- CPO CLUB: Enjoy pizza today for $.75. Dance to the music of wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad mutt
inees will be shown on weekends the Johnny Arnold "4" tomorrow evening. Try the seafood specialfor be received' WITH the copy for the tJL
at, 2 and 5 p.m. $1.25.Saturday night features the sounds of the Moonliters.The .
dinner special is sirloin steak for $1.65. Hear Mark Castle's DO NOT SEND CASH
'w THURSDAY, November 16 music Sunday evening. Fried chicken for $.95 Is featured Tuesdayand RATE: Minimum thorp ((3 lin..). . . . .12.00
MAS: "FRANKENSTEIN CREATED a $1.35 rib eye steak is the special for Wednesday. P.r ocI......".! line ((4 word ,.. !"'.;. . .0.50
WOMAN": Peter Gushing, LUTHERAN SERVICE CENTER: There will be a square dance
and Susan Derber Rating;Fair. for all military personnel Saturday at 8:30 p.m. The center Is located -
((100 Min.) at 19 W. Forsyth Street. No admission charge and refresh- STEREO SYSTEM FOR RENT-APT. FURN., or
HOSPITAL: "TWO FOR THE ments will be served. Walnut console like new. Re- Unfurn. Orange Park, Temp. or
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ROA : Audrey Hepburn and Albert ACEY DUCEY CLUB: Dance to the music of the Crusaders tomorrow liable party can pay off, $87 permanent qtrs. Will rent to
Finney. Rating; Good. ((120 evening. Saturday evening features the sounds of Mel Gad- $8 monthly paymentsA bachelors. Phone 2646884.
Min.) en and his Lazy Rhythm Gals. Hear .the music of the Eight Balls or-assume 1 Warehouse 1606 Main St.
FRIDAY, November 17 Sunday night. Game night begins Sunday at 6 p.m. Monday and:! Wednes- ((3)) SINGERS $25
day is happy hour beginning at 7 p.m. Lunch specials for the week SEWING MACHINES $25. Each
NAS: "GUIDE FOR THE MAR- are: Monday barbecue chicken; Tuesday ham and yams; Wed- DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC Guaranteed. Left in warehouse.
RIED MAN": Walter Matthauand nesday meat loaf; Thursday chicken-In-the-basket; Friday JOCKEY?? For Information call: Good condition. Does everything,
Robert Morse.: RatingjVery; shrimp dinner. Tickets for the New Years Eve party go on sale 356 8351. Day or night. complete with attachments. _
Good. ((97 Min.) Dec. 1. Reservations only. Yours for the storage charge only
HOSPITAL: "FRANKEN FOR RENT OR FOR SALE $25. each. Call 353-1946 any
STEIN CREATED WOMAN:Peter What, Where and WhenSports Houses & Apts.( Equity, VA & time. Ask for Warehouse. Will
Gushing and Susan Denberg. Events FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. deliver, no obligation. 1606 Main
Call Powell or Mills USN/Ret. Street. .
SATURDAY, November 18 Jacksonville Gator Bowl Football At the Coliseum. Dec. 30. 264 2411. Orange Park Realty.
NAS: "ST.VALENTINE'S DAY Tickets prices; $7.75. "REAL ESTATE: We will help
MASSACRE": JasonRobardsand AFL All Star Game -- Tickets and reservations go on sale Mon- WILMAR APARTMENTSNear you Buy, Sell or Invest. .
George Segal. Rating; Good ((108 day. Jan. 21, 1968. Tickets prices; $3.00 and $5.00. JAX and CECIL, 1 blk. Bowen Real Estate Realtor
Min.) Kentucky vs. Florida -- At Florida Field in Gainesville. Nov. est of 5900 blk. of Jammes Road. USN Retired 384 1376.
HOSPITAL: "GUIDE FOR TIlE 18. Tickets prices; $6.00. All new paint, all ground floor. BARBERSHOP SINGING
MARRIED MAN": Walter Mat- Ice Hockey -- Gen. Adm. $.75, Reserved seats; $1.00 and $1.25 2 BR, LR, Brk. nook, park 2 Sweet Adelines and barbershoppers. -
thau and Robert Morse. for military persons and:! dependents. ,, cars and boat. $85 mo. includes Refreshments, BYOB.
SUNDAY, November 19 water, sewage, garbage, lawn 8 p.m. Sat. Nov. 18, K of C Hall-
Other
Events
care 387-2541! ; nights and week- 1501 Hendricks:! Ave., So. Side.
NAS: "PENELOPE": Natalie WAPE Holiday Spectacular --' At Coliseum Nov. 24. Ticket prices ends, 389-0744. ($2 Donation)
Wood and:! Dick Shawn. Rating; $2.00 and $3.00.Tickets .
Very good. ((98 Min.) WQIK Fall Festival -- At Coliseum. Nov. 25. Ticket prices CREDIT UNION REPOSSIONS "CONFIDENTIALLY"Murray
HOSPITAL: "ST. VALEN- $ 0and:! $3.00. ; 65) Pontiac Catalina Safari Wagon Hills Best Buys Near

TINE'S MASSACRE": Jason for the events above may be obtained through Special A/C, A/T, P/S, 7 Pass. $2195 Edgewood Ppst Shops
Robards and George Segal. Services, Bldg. 704. 65 Mercury Comet 2dr 5/5,6 cyl. 3236 Mayflower St.
good rubber $1195 for only $450 dn. FHA terms.
MONDAY November 20
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67 Ford Fairlan' 500" XL Brick 4 bedrooms, 2 bath, 2
NAS: THE HONEY POT" MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE Convertible, like new Stereo_ A/T, kitch \1S. Large living room with
Rex Harrison, Susan Hayward and:! Console real beauty '$1995 fireplace. Separate dining room.
63 V. W. Sedan Bargain ,$795
Cliff Roberts. RatingVerygood. Tile floored sun proch, hwd.
..((131 Min.) AIIRanksAIIAges lOO'fr' Financing If qualified. floors, lifetime roof, (or 3 bed-
HOSPITAL: "PENELOPE:" 1tOWIATESEASY "Come by & let's make a deal"Contact room home plus"efficience apt.)
Natalie Wood and Dick Shawn. Mr. Rucker or Mr. Big shady lot. '
Thompson atCreditUnion Office.
TUESDAY, November 21 MONTHLY NAS Jax Base Extension 2431. 3329 Plum Street

NAS: "OPERATION KID BRO- Total reduced price$8500 for this
62 CHEVY IMPALA- DR, HT,
THER": Neil Connery and Dan- realnicehome In a settled neIgh-
PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL Air & Extras 1 own. Extra
iela Bianchi. Rating; Good. ((112 bor hood, close to everything. 3
Clean Ext. 2431 (NAS) Mrs. L.R. DR.
Min.) big bedrooms, big big
HOSPITAL: "THE HONEY Loftus after 5:007711998. High & dry lot on pretty paved st.
POT": Rex Harrison, Susan INSURANCE VIOLET M. McKEITHEN
Heyward, and:! Cliff Roberts. FOR SALE 1963 PLYMOUTH4DR 356-1276 Realtor 1033 Oak St.

WEDNESDAY November 22 UNDERWRITERS, INC. R&H, Str. Stick, 6 cyl.,
Low milage 781-0217
NAS: UTIlE GIRL AND TIlE (Formerly' McPomuill's) Insurance COME TO.THE
GENERAL": Virna LIsl and Rod '47'"slweit Bit i. 311-774 GARDEN' CLUB OF ORANGE
Steiger. Rating, Not Available. ATTENTION, ADMIRAL! Park's Fall Flower Show "Aut-
HOSPITAL: "OPERATION Kid Call Us Anytime "Escape" To This Black Creek umn Enchantment", which will beheld
Brother": Neil Connery and for at the Orange Park Civic
Hide-away By yacht or auto
Daniela Bianchi. weekend or year round living. Auditorium Saturday, November
& ,comfortably furn- 18 from 1:00 to 9:00 p.m. and

[pXACf i $AVE BUCKS I Iat Completely air.ished 315'cottage of 'waterfront with elec. beauty.heat & Sunday 5:00! ,p.m.N6vember Donation 19$1.00.from 1:00to _

Deep water channel to Atlantic CERAMIC SUPPLIES FOR XMAS
Ocean. Reduced. price. Gifts, Music Boxes tree lights,
Bucks Used Cars VIOLET M. McKEITHEN crushed glass. electrical sup-
356-1276 Realtor 1033 Oak St. plies for trees, snow and etc.
DEALERSHIP Beginners classes Friday nights
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1M BASKETBALL SUMMARY Tickets OR Sole For Jar Events I

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B The American Football League
The Cecil Field Ticket Office
game will be in Jacksonville on

VC-4, VA-86, 24 VA-64, 46 AMD. 28 November 22nd \- 5:00): p.m. has tickets a complete on sale at new their selection office of in January 21, 1968. The Ticket Office -
has tickets for that game now.
Admin vs A m'
VC 4 Det, Cecil Field's The VA 64 Blacklancer Bas- 6:15 pjn. VA-37 vs VA-86 the Special Services Building,No. They are selling for $!S.OO a tIck-
4. It should be mentioned that
first basketball team in history, ketball Team won it's, first game 7:00 p.m. Medical vs VA-44 et. AU of these seats are located -
only Navy personnel, dependentsand
got off to an impressive start of the season by defeating a taller approximately on the 30
by defeating VA 86, 45 to 24. AMD team, 46 to 28, in the Don't Fear Tint these retired tickets personnel from the can buy to 35! yard line.
Special
Bob Reid, the Dragonflyer's 6- station gym Monday night. The The Jacksonville Rockets will
Services Ticket Office.
6" Center, was high scorer as well balanced scoring of the Heavy Hack Ball Here of the be in town on November 22,
he racked up 18 points. Blacklancer's was led by Ray are some events 26, and 29th. Tickets are avail-
Team Captain Len Schmidt is Jordan with 11 points and Chris Hey guys and gals, do you for which tickets are now avail- able for all of these games pric-
optimistic about the season in Ripper with 10. know what's new on the bowling able.The ed at $.75!
? Or of those University of Florida will
which VC scene are you one
4 wlllbepittedagainst Although the Blacklancer team
people who think bowling is for be playing at Gainesville on November -
11 other team. was at a height disadvantage,
the birds, and could it be pos- 18th against Kentucky.
Nick Caprola and Tom Petts Buy
sible that you think that it's sillyto There are still a few tickets left
both rebounded well.
VA-37, 53 Marines, 49 The tough zone defense of theBlacklancer's throw a ball down an alley for this game. The price is
and knock down lot of $6.00
try to a
\ A whirlwind came to the station was lead by ball- stupid pins? On December 8, 1967, the 35th) Bonds.
hawking Joe Stanley, who caused
to kick off the VA 37
gym Don't kid yourself, not every- Annual Mininak Charity Bowl will
AMD shots
to
Basketball season. many go astray. body can throw a ball down the be held in the Gator Bowl. The
The "speedy bravados" of The schedule for next week: alley and scramble all the pinson price of this game Is $1.00.
VA 37 set back the Marines, November 16th 5:00 p.m. the first roll. In' fact, it Military personnel do NOT haveto
53 to 49, in a stirring contest. VA-37 vs VA-36 takes most people quite a whileto wear their uniform to the gameto
Last season, the Marines were 6:15 p.m. VA-174 vs VA-45 learn how to release the ball enjoy this low 2 DOWN
the hoop champs of the station.It 7:30 p.m. VA-86 vs VA-44 correctly. The' Big APE Holiday Spectacular -
was a close battle all the November 20th5:00 p.m. VA- After many hours of hard work, will be in the Coliseum on
:-. way, but the VA 37 five came 36 vs Medical they might have the ability to November 24th. Tickets are now
out on top. 6:15 p.m. VA-44 vs AMD throw one strike in five tries. $2.00 and $3.00 for militaryper-
The winning effort was spiritedby 7:30( p.m. VA-86 vs VA-174 The real test oLa( good bowleris sonnel. 3 to
the 21 point performance of November 21st 5:00 p.m. whether or not he can pickup WQIK will sponsor a Giant Fall goKeep
John Trovanto. Jimmie Jones Marines vs VA-45 his spare. Most everybodycan Festival on Nov. 25th, at the
and Cleo Craig aided the cause 6:15 p.m. VC-4 vs Admin. get a strike every now and Coliseum. Tickets for this show
with 11 points apiece. 7:00 p.m. VA-64 vs VA-37 then will be $2.00 and 300.







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IntramuralBowling.. jQ .. '\. r.zl Navy Jax Sixth Naval District Champs;


1. When was the last time the
Detroit League Tigers pennant won?an American Enter East Coast Invitational TourneyVAP
Team Won
Lot 2, When did Notre Dame
Fog y Five 35.5 12.5 make its only Rose Bowl ap 62, representing Navy over NAS Cecil Field inanafternoon SERVLANT battled COM Nine.
Vapogees; 29.5 18.5 pearance? Jax, squeezed by Naval Basic contest last Thursday. The showdown for the champIon-
Bean Burner 29 19 3. What team holds the major Training Command Pensacola Then last Thursday evening ship will be played Friday night'
Handicap? 28 20 college football record for pass 6-0 Friday night to capturethe BTC Pensa cola edged Navy Memphis Members of the VAP-62 squadare
BB Stackers 27.5 20.5 defense? championship of the Sixth 6 0 as BTC scored its J. L. Jenkins, William Fer-
Misfits 25 23 4. When was the last time, Naval District in the football winning touchdown on a 15 yard tig, Don Jackson Michael Riddle,
Chiefs 24 24 prior to 1967, either the Yankees tournament at Memphis, Tenn. pass from Bob Clark to Jerry Ray Badovinatz, Pat Minahan,
Gold 21 27 or Dodgers failed to play The blazing VAP 62 squad Beck. Tom Parrish, Bob Franz Floyd
Spoilers 20 28 in a World Series? scored three straight wins in The undefeated Navy Sax team, Midget, Bob Cochran Don Eagle,
AFEES I 20 28 attendance 5. What record is the for single game Ten the double elimination affair to VAP 62, left Memphis Satur- Don Stacks, Mac Bell, John Wat-
Big
Supply 19 29 football? grab the title. day afternoon to enter the East kins and Wayne Greene.In .
X Impulses 18.5 29.5 ANSWERS Jax tallied its lone touchdownin Coast'Invitational Tournament at intramural football action
Chargers 15 33. '6S6I uJ .Ioq1V the final minutes of the third Naval Station Little Creek, Va. aboard the base last week MARTD
uuy I w uvJI'PIW} 9Ht-q[ 9118uJI'PIW quarter of the championship game which began Monday night.In crushed Aircraft Mintenance
Team Won Lost Paq)1M t Z'SOI 'S when quarterback Don Jacksonhit Monday's night's action in 26 0. FAETU topped Medical
NFO "A" 36 8 'tS6I ul 'bsased Bob Cochran with an eight that tourney, the Photomen drewa 26 0, COMFAIRJAX 'squeezedby
Chiefs 28 16 01 Luopalaldwoa yard pass. by as COM One downed Sur- Hospital 8-6, Nov. 8.
Sky Warriors 28 16 wa1 91W18 uU3d In other games in that tourney, face Force Atlantic Fleet 2512 Last Thursday night VP 30
Blue 28 16 8861 941 J sjuauoddQ *g: quarterback Hal Brazee passedfor and COM Five got by COM Nine brushed by NARTU 7 6 and
Hard Hats 26 '18. 'OI-LZ P10)UV1S two touchdowns and booteda 3213. FICEUR shut out 679th 14 0.
Tipplers 21 23 nq LaliL "SZ61 ul 'Z'St6I 15 yard field goal to lead Tuesday night the Photomen of Then Monday night FAETU
AOMD 21 23 "I '1 Navy Memphis to a 17 0 win Jax Navy took on COM One and downed VP 16 32 14.
Hurricanes 20 : 24
CPO's 19 25

Sparks Flapjax Splitters -12 15 18 28 26 29 EX-MEMBERS (to be) OF THE ARMED SERVICES .

PAID Folk 12 32

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NFO "B" 31 13
Playboys 29 15 '
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Cloak & Daggers 25' 19
. Pin-Teasers 23 21 :
Caduces No. 2 20 24 4
Electrons 19 25
Crash and Fire 19 25
Cannon Cockers 17.5 26.5
Pin Benders 16 28
Caduces No. 1-10 38

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Whistling The RiggingBy In I NARTU News' and ViewsBy I CedarHills 1


S. HeringIn Skip Fairfield :
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family reside in Orange Park. -
the relaxed aftermath of the What did Veterans' Day meanto ******** r
Navy Day Regatta, we have some you? A fly over by two NARTUA4 Chevroletat
Welcome letters of appreciation It should be a" day of remem- aircraft provided a snappy
from guests and participants and bering those in the past who have salute to open the Veteran's Day
the blue and gold pennants still given their service and their parade ceremony at Daytona
adorn the clubhouse. lives for we in the present and Beach Saturday. the
Good men and true are leavingus those of generations to come. Piloting one of the A4 "Sky-
again. First Sid Beaver and Was it just another day off hawks" was NARTU's LCdr Mil- BIG.....&
now Al Johnson(Rear Commodore from the busy office for you? lard E. Phillips, a Veteran of
), following the call of the Perhaps it was the first time in nearly two decades of Naval Avia-
sea per Uncle Sam. Fair winds months that you had a chanceto tion. Commander Phillips is
Al, and we hope we will be around sleep late in the morning. presently program manager for
when you return. Looking back to that day, just, jet training at NARTU Jax. WILSON
We sang all the old songs last a week ago, did you rememberor The second aircraft was piloted -
Saturday night after the Club understand the significanceof by LCdr. Chester G. Senf,
hayrack party and had a moment this memorial to brave men? executive officer of Jet Attack &BLANDINGPHOHI5P1134
\ of silence for those not present. Thousands of men died that you Squadron 741. Commander Senf
t. The Tri Club Race at they might have days like this to rest trains with his squadron one !
\ FYC on Nov. 5 bought a cold and have that precious time with weekend each month and In civi-
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