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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 21, 1967
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Greetings from Commanding OfficerBright .. j
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colored lights od cards from friends, hoUy and mistletoe, the bustle of busy shoppersin .)
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crowded stores all herald the approach of Christmas. 1 :
But Christmas is more than this. It Is a time to take stock of oneself, "What am I and what Y I ,
do I stand for?" This is the season for optimism and joy, for love and compassion. It is a time to 4 .;:
/ renew faith and conviction, a time to count our blessings. / .. :
I I During this, the Christmas season, people throughout the world are joined together in the .
common bonds! of spiritual belief. Our loved ones, be they with us or in far distant lands, are
joined together through the bonds of religion through the memory of Christ, who died that we
may live. .
I Unfortunately! not all of us can be borne for Christmas, but wherever we may be in the Navy .'
r we are with family. The Navy family Joins hands to:encircle the world in the spirit of com- .' u .
radship that unites men of all beliefs and origins In search of the true meaning of Christmas- '
Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward Men. ..
I Mrs. Stack, Sheila and Bill join me in wishing each and every one of you and yours a very
merry Christmas and we hope that the true meaning of Christmas may enrichen, your lives. In .
'the wonderful that lies ahead of .'
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; I Editorial View Points I Chapel Holiday Schedule SetWith I'


the coming of Christmas, the Chaplains aboard the air:
station have announced: the schedule of services to be held
Movies for Children Decline Christmas Eve and Day. '
on Chaplain R. M. Harrison, senior Chaplain, will deliver the
Christmas message at the All Saints' Protestant Chapel duringthe
.' morning worship service at 10 a.m. Sunday.
Church School classes will be conducted at the Chapel Annex,
The quality and content of mov While parents are concernedover Daily" pointed out that the film
Bldg. 722, at 9 a.m. Sunday. The Junior Church services will
ies for children has caused a movies being shown aboard Industry has "a policy of lettingthe follow at 10 a.m.
great deal of concern among base, the problem has no real parents decide what films A Christmas Eve Candlelight Carol service at 7:30 p.m.
American parents in recent solution at present nor does the their children should see after for
Sunday in the All Saints' Chapel will give the opportunity
years. Sixth Naval District have any con availing themselves of the Informational family worship. .
Movies suitable to show at base trol over what movies will be material supplied by
Chaplain H. L. Biemiller will conduct a Protestsant Worship
theaters at weekend matinees The Charleston reasonable film authori- I
are distributed. rating
service at the Naval Hospital at 10 a.m. A Lutheran Holy
becoming hard to get accordingto S. C. agency attempts to obtain ties." Communion service will follow at 10:30 a.m. and a Christmas
a recent letter from the Sixth the best motion pictures from the Kane also wrote, "Theaters I
Eve Candlelight Worship service will be held at 8:30 p.m.j .
Naval District Centralized Motion film industry however, only a- have had difficulty booking j Services at the St. Edward's Catholic. Chapel have been announced -
Picture! Booking Office. bout one fourth of the new motel -- children's matinees Hundreds by Chaplains J. T. Dimino and V. J. Mahoney. The
Hard to Get currently being produced are have been forced to abandon them Sunday services will include, in addition to an 8 a.m. Mass at
letter .expiiins t rated. as suitable fort, \ young. or limit them drastically for the Naval Hospital, Masses at 9 and 11 a.m. There will he a
The book-
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lack of suitable product. Midnight Mass service that evening. On Christmas Daytherewill :
ing office's' berplexlng problem Parent's ChoiceA The writer concludes: If pa: be Masses held at 9 and 11 a.m. and at 8 a.m. Mass at
in trying to obtain desirable family rents follow this formula, they'll"be the Naval Hospital.
type films for showing onbas- recent Sherwin Kane edi- leaving their childrenbehindwhen
es within the Sixth Naval District. torial In the "Motion Picture they attend the theatre,
and will be denying their
young
It's Still Christmas permission to see almost three '
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play their' neighborhood theatre. -
." By Lt. Ralph Weaver ."

Despite cries on every hand that Christmas has become too Check Shows

commercialized 'and it's losing the true meaning of Christmas, The only solution that parents
etc., Christmas is about like it always was only better. aboard base can follow con-
Time was when a couple of apples, an orange or two, and a handful cerning base movies, is to inform -
of hard candy per child constituted a season of plenty. A themselves on what movies
doll -''; home made of rag and yarn, like as not for each girl, are being shown before sending'the
and a jack knife or bundle of firecrackers for each of the boys children off to the matinee.

were enough to brighten young eyes on Christmas morning. Sixth Naval District and Jax i,.J

Costs Rise Special Services will continueto
try to get suitable films for aFPS
Admittedly, an awful lot Is spent on gifts these days. It isn'tat matinees. When and If, the film *' JI' iI'r .J!' :Jt'Jr.JlJl! {.
all unusual for and half fill
presents wrappings to a room on Industry produces a greater num-
Yule morning. There's nothing strange about finding jewelsfor ber of family films, the result
mama; custom sports equipment for pop; battery operated will be more children's filmsat
robots, electric trains and high priced scientific toys for Jun- the matinee, however,accord-
ior; and walking, talking, laughing kissing dolls for little Suzie. ing to Kane, "from all indi
Credit cards, gift certificates, and club memberships may be ex- cations, it is going to get a lot Tomato Juice Cocktail
tended. Titles to new cars may change hands. Ownership of real worse before it gets better.
estate may be assigned. Trust funds for college educations may Turkey Rice Soup Crisp Saltines .

be given. y
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was commercial ViolationsThe ." Whipped Potatoes Buttered. .Green Peas
and meager gifts were given by parents, a man could '!. Z> :,.' :
work from sunup to sundown for 75 cents or a dollar. When Christ- 0"
mas still had its true meaning", a dozen eggs might bring 12 following Is a report of Giblet Gravy '
cents and a side of bacon might be bought from a neighbor for motor vehicle accidents and Brown
$1.25.In traffic vilatlons for the period Gravy

those days, a new automobile was worth five or six hundred Dec. 1118.Number .
dollars, an apartment could be rented "right uptown" for $15 of Accidents Oyster Bread Dressing Cranberry Sauce
per month, and admission to a local sports event was, more often This Week - - -11
than not, free. Good farm land sold for $50 an acre; corn, $2 Total Accidents this year through Assorted Pickles and Olives Assorted Cheese Cubes -
load and hard Dec. 18 - - 350
per wagon ; persona} property taxes ( to pay) mightbe
four or five dollars annually. Number of Accidents through Cole Slaw-

People didn't own two cars, automatic washers, TV sets or LP December, 1966 - -336 Stuffed Celery Sticks '. Lettuce. Wedges
; records, banlon shirts and sweaters, nylon hose, lawnfurniture, Total number of days since last

barbeque grills, split level homes, freezers, Central heatingand Injury in amotorvehicleaccident Carrot..Curls '.' Russian DressingAssorted'Breads..
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air conditioning, eye level ovens, automatic defrost refrig- ,. - ------6 ... -t.' .
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erators, etc. You name it, folks didn't have it. Number of ViolationsThis Tf Parkerhouse Rolls ,,; .1 I
Week - - -61 *.'. .,.
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So, when you get right down to it, Christmas hasn't changed; Going through Stop Sign -2 \ ,
times have changed. It is no greater strain on the budget now to Other Violations53 Pumpkin Pie W/Topping 'Vruit'CakeIce .
buy today's gifts than it was 30 or 40 years ago to buy a mean Thirty nine drivers appeared
little rag doll or a pair of clamp-on roller skates. And it's a lot before the Traffic HearingBoard Cream '
happier. at the meeting held on Tuesday.

Commercialized or not, "Spirit less" or not ( which It isn't) Disposition of the cases included Mixed,Nuts; '. Assorted Candies
it's still great to watch those who matter open their gifts on Christ Thirteen lost driving and parking *
mas. privileges aboard station for
Fresh Fruit Bar ,
" Do we really want to "de commercialize" Christmas, and go various periods;SLx were assigned ... .; .
back to the days of home made coaster wagons, tin handled jack- to complete a six hour courseIn Coffee -;:. :Milk,

knives, and dollar a day wages? . .. remedial driving; NAS Jax. 'I'. ; ,
Three received suspensions; Ice Tea it'/Lemon jltces'The .
Five were given warnings{Twelve -
The Two Words of Man were fined ( U. S. Commis- '
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Everyone's naval career, short ot' long, Is launched by the magic
word -- others. To all Navymen, orders means many things: JTAX AIR NEWS

separation from families; new scenes'' for new sailors; old haunts .
for old salts. Whatever the combination of external circumstanceswhich .

a set of orders will unfold, there is mixed with them the,internal FAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
complex of each man's private thoughts.It distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
Is a strange and sometimes mysterious dual world in which we Jacksonville, Florida, by the Molt Publishing Company,
live -- the noisy, busy world of people and places outside us, and a private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the I AX AIR
the silent thoughtful world of plans and persons within us. NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box r
The harmonious blending of these two worlds -- and we cannot 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub-
escape from either -- must be in each man's plan of the day, phone lication.772 News- 3118 items or 3119.are welcomed from all sources Tele-
else they will clash, and the fragments will be named Confusion,

Introversion, Trouble Disorder and Unhappiness.What Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries lU
Is true of the small world within each of us is true of this concerning such should be directed to:
world of millions of human souls, namely, that peace results from
the tranquility of order -- not necessarily from a set of orders. The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. ROM YOUR
Peace does not come authomatically, to be sure, but with sufficient Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 ,j
measure to give renewed hope that things are not alwaysso WSPA PF
bad as they seem. h
By so living everyday in manful maturity as to nurture tranquility VOL. 25 NO. 39 DECEMBER 21 $1967 STAFFI

of mind, by that much does each of us promote peace, not only in our
private world, but also across the face of this earth.



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reflect the of
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our individual faiths and on the
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: blessings of our great country. .,
In this reflection,we continue to *
pray that the true spirit of Christmas "
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throughout the world and that ;
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all mankind in our time.
The AmerlcanN vymanand his ,
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realities of the un peaceful j jl
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In the duties have j
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again called on you to meet the ,l Service Personnel ,
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peace. As in the past, your response -- !
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I j To all Americans, your accomplishments ,\\

r: shipmates in 1967 and those have of been your a Every 5.99 to 74.99 /jfl '::
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pride. Those of you who serve
in Vietnam and combat operations
deserve a special measure of P 1
their Christmas.thanks and prayers during DRESS '

I salute each of you, and con-
sider it a honor to representyou
and the earned integrity of
the Navy Marine Corps Team.
I go about my duties, as do all YIn
Americans, In the wake of your Our Entire Stock is on 'i ;
accomplishments. God bless you r.
all. i:
Thomas H. Moorer f2. ..
Admiral, U.S. Navy Ew

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a Corsair and gifts poured from The children, from about 4
the cockpit as VA 174 hosteda years old to eight, were 0 given
Christmas party for their dependent cookies, punch and cake by the
children. combined squadron wives' club.
IIc More than 100 children of officers With only four days, left until
and men attended the the Great Day, Cecil has come
squadron party. Each received alive with Christmas. Lightsare
bags of candy and gifts from Santa strung on almost every building -
and met Ranger Hal, from and signs proclaiming the sea-
Channel 4. Ranger Hal spent a son are rampant.
quarter of an hour telling stories, Christmas has arrived. Ask
jokes and leading songs. He arrived any little "Hellrazor" from VA-
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To all our friends,
happiness symbolize the spirit of the Christmas season. With

neighbors and associates ,
these glad thoughts in our minds, we greet our friends and
the most joyous of.
neighbors, wishing one and all the very best of this bountiful,
Christmases and the
; beautiful time. May your holidays be merry and marvelous!
happiest of New Years!



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Yule ConferenceSet Foreign Training


for StudentsCollege Program BeginsEleven

students returning to Royal Thai Air Force
the Nation's Capital area for personnel are currently 'under
Christmas will be Invited to attend going engine maintenance train-
a two day federal career t ing at the Rework Facility.The .
opportunities conference at Civil group of six officers and
Service Commission headquarters five enlisted men are led by
Dec. 27 and 28. LtCol. Paitoon Charnpitayakif \
Agencies will provide exhibitsand and while at NARF are "learn- '
career films. Seminars will ing by doing" through anon-the-
deal with career opportunities in Job training program which has
physical sciences and engineering been tailored to their particular -
health and biological sciences needs.
,'ADP management and the L The training which encom-
social sciences. passes 50 work days will be I
The Federal Service Entrance 4d completed on Jan. 31. All facetsof
Examination {including the Management % depot level engine overhaul
Intern exam and the { I processing are being studied by
Junior Federal Assistant exam I ti the visitors in connection with
will be given each day on a walkin the 1820 84 reciprocating
basis. CHRISTMAS COMES EARLY- Eleven beneficial suggestion awards were presented engine.
1 Walk in ratings also wil be by Capt. L.W. Graves (front row L) public works officer, in a ceremony held last This incudes disassembly
given students seeking jobs week to (L to R) T. Kimbrell W.L. Bradley T.B. Tubbs, K.M. Sparkman, S. Pajclc. sub assembly, final assembly
through unassembled exams. A.G. Miley D.J. Williams, P.G. Ralzis, CJ. Williams A. Waterman and T.E. Young. minor repair carburet ion.cylln-
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rework ignition pump calibration Jt
When you give U.S. Savinp' test and preservation inspection -
President Okays Salary Hike Bonds as Chri \\f helping your loved ones! and In addition,some of the officersare

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rt t i. 14it Miss Cammaroti Retires;



,),, Logged 13 Years at CF '

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Cdr. Pulford presents retirement charm bracelet to Miss Cam-
maroti.
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Miss Frances Cammaroti 'of the Cecil Comptroller Dept. retired
last week after 13 years at the station and 17 years in Federal'ser- HAPPY NEW YEAR ..-
vice. She was an accounts maintenance clerk.A Lovely Ann Chatterton is
retirement charm bracelet was presented at a luncheon given by .a pretty reminder that anew
the department Cdr. S. S. Pulford, head of the department, made month and new year are

the presentation. Just around the corner.Looksas
;" if things will be greatin
Merry Christmas '68.


From the Holt Publishing Co. CPO CLUB SCHEDULE
NASJAXCPO
{l : Pizza is featured today
1 for $.75. Western music will
t be played' by Mel Gaden. Dine on
the seafood special for $1.25
and dance to the music of Mark
r Castle tomorrow. The Johnny
Arnold "4" will be on hand Sat-
NATIONAL urday evening. Try the sirloin
steak special for $1.65. The club
' CAR RENTAL will be open Sunday, but closedon
You get a lot of Christmas Day. Dinner spe-
cials for Tuesday and Wednes-
day are fried chicken and rib-
}l : holiday happinessfree eye steak. Hear western music
; by Mark Castle on Dec. 28.
: .. ST JOHNS USED CARS INC. Dance to the music of the Page
t with loan ,
every Five Dec. 29. Dec. 30 featuresthe
sounds of the Trio Plus One.
agency for Ticket for the New Years Eve
from C.I.1:
i.'i' Party, which features Mark
Castle, are on sale at the club.
"" ", NATIONAl.CAR The club will be open New Years

Need a holiday loanThen expect to get your money Day.
1. '\""' fast when you come to Universal C.I.T. Reason? C.I.T. RENTAL SYSTEM,.**. May the ChristmasStar

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need money for holiday shopping or any other worth. 6455 Roosevelt Blvd. peace and joy for all.
.; while purpose. Come in and see us. But one word of
389-6617 .. 389-6618
;. caution: don't expect to leave our office so quickly that

we won't have time for a friendly holiday wish. (If you Thomas E. Cheek USN,- Ret. ....
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JAX Accident' StatisticsDue VW-4 Marks 25 Years

j
to the alarming number of traffic accidents that occurin .i F
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Marines Duval County Sax Ar( News, through cooperation: of the Duval %*>+*** '*+ S u' S3 County Patrol, publishes monthly statistics regarding accidents, ...tl. .
in this area, together with specific locations where accidentswere With the end of the 1967 storm been investigated.On .
LtCoU. E.Jamescommand- most prevalent.For season, which included Hurricane April 25, VW-4 attainedthe
Ing officer of Marine Aviation De- the month of November 1967 total accidents amountedto Beulah and three others that were mark of 55,000 consecutive
tachment, presented the Navy 649, with 360 Injuries,sevenof which were fatal. The estimatedcost brewing at the same time,WEAR- accident free flying hours,log
Commendation Medal, Combat V of property damage resulting from November's accidentswas CONRON FOUR better knownas ging over 10,000 of these In actu-
to SSgt. John W. Pickens during $239,480. the Hurricane Huntersmarked al hurricane reconnaissance. A
ceremonies here Dec. 14. Thus far, this year, there have been 6,729accidents, with 3,832 25 years of hunting. total of 886 penetrations into the
Pickens received the award for injuries, 64 of which were fatal. The estimated cost of property The silver anniversary was "eye" of hurricanes have been
heroic achievement while sere damage resulting from the year's accidents so far was $2,742,168. celebrated with a personnel Inspection made. Flying at altitudes below
ing with Marine Medium Helicopter and anniversary cake. 1,000 feet, the men of VW 4
Squadron 165. in Viet- Location Total Injured Damage During the inspection, new mem- ride their 70 ton Super Connie
bers of the "not so ancient order Into winds that often reach 150-
nam.The accompanying citation of Hurriphooners," those 170 miles per hour.
from LtGen. Victor H. Krulak, Beach Boulevard/ 39 26 14,125 men who have penetrated a hur- The 1967 storm season made :
commanding general of Fleet ricane with winds exceeding 100 necessary continuous surveillance ..
Marine Force Pacific, said University Boulevard/ -33 8 8,178Blanding knots at low level were recognized and exhaustive efforts of
"Pickens joined a maintenanceteam by Cdr. J. V. Lawrence/com- equipment and personnel. All
' which had just returned to / Boulevard/ 26 10 9,765 mandlng officer of VW 4. in all, this season was a fitting
Ky Ha to pick up needed men and Commander Lawrence also way to end ,,25 years.:of hurricane :- ,
equipment to recover a downed Edgewood Avenue 21 8 9.805 presented special awards td. hunting.
CH 46 transport helicopter. ADRI W. L. Dcrrett, and AN
"Arriving over the area the Atlantic Bouevarc20/ 24 9.285 A. D. Hansen, the Navy Unit
team learned that the Marine Commendation Medal, and AG2H. ( ground troops were heavily Lem Turner Road 20 14 5,625 ., W. Graham, Naval Weather
engaged with the enemy who were Service Award.
attempting to penetrate the defensive Parking Lots' 83 5 9.724 The Navy's aerial hurricane \
perimeter. During the reconnaissance began In 1943.
approach Into the zone, SSgt. Since then the Hurricane Hunters ,
Pickens delivered highly effect- have had many squadron designations
ive suppressive fire onVietCong Credit Union Seeks f NomineesThe ; and its aircraft have rang
positions, enabling helicopter ed from the PBM Mariner-

to land safely credit union's nominating Serving with Mr. St. Petery, seaplane to the present WC121 .. {
"Ten minutes after the team committee has started;creening; who lssuperintendent of Weapons N., SuperConstellation. .,1-
landed and had begun work on the applications for nominees to fill Engineering at NARF, i is LCdr.W. In lybO, the Hunters moved f*MAN MM 60* caM MflOUSiy,wu 1MI/AttMlMiO/e STMQ* ft
damaged chopper "the Viet Cong four seats on the board of direc- S. Allen, NAS Jai legal officer from NAS Jax to NS Roosevelt
launched the first of seven mor- tors and three seats:o,nine credit and Eugene O. Levriett Roads, Puerto Rico. However,
,tar attacks In an attempt to committee of the Jax.Navy Fed- Industrial relations officer, NAS they returned here in January GIANT SWAP MEET !'
destroy the helicopter. eral Credit Union.Nominating Cecil Field. 1965, but still maintain a detachment -
"Despite the vicious enemy fire Committee Chair- Each application for nomina- in Puerto Rico to pro- SHIPPING OUT??? \'
mat drove him to cover on sev- man, Louis St.Petery said, tion should be submitted in vide year round weather sur- Bring vour Jurmturt'and i'
eral occasions SSgt. Pickens "We are encouraging both civilian writing on forms available from veillance In the Caribbean and mijii Onrc term lo Tlu'aircCrcrv sell' ('
skillfully continued his work until. and military personnel in the committee or at the credit Atlantic. UiunJ.im. iai. 7 A.M;HI, b P.M.
the repairs were successfully all grades to apply. It is our union office. Applications shouldbe Since aerial hurricane recon- l Sun I P.M. 6 !l'M,
accomplished. Due largely to his intention to have a slate of good, forwarded to Code 300 NARF. naissance began, over 650hurri- II>* 70S* or IhK 47lJwr&sA )
professional skill and courage qualified persons to present to Elections will be held at the canes and tropical storms have
under hostile fire, he was in- the members for their consider- annual credit union meeting in eer & -
strumental saving the" CH 46 ation at the annual meeting." King Hall on Jan. 26. \
transport helicopter. J
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LtCol. A. E.Jamescommand- New of I
Shipment
ing officer of Marine Aviation De- The 9i' '

' tachment, .administered,the oath 'm\1ii a ;s"G
, of enlistment to two Marines who Trifled Fish
recently reenlisted. s'l' 60ttO'It"
SSgt. Joseph Blandino re S
upped for four years Dec. 18 Available for X-MIS I cO "

after serving 10 years in the ,os "EQ

Corps. .
GySgt. Owen G. Cheney, a 14 a\NG
year veteran of the Corps ship- Complete Line of Tropical Fish o AqiariBMS Bar

ped for six Dec. 15.! L.r. ::...Yro.-..'t'.z:. ,''*!_.:.<,;ir:1: : Barn ,I
Both leathernecks are Instructors ; .." !
at Aviation Electronics 4818 San Juan Ave 388-9872 Re 5113eSCO to santat

School. tetter 6 "" 1wr
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Commissioned
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- 'A 21'- yeSrold history major ncr "
Roger N.!Thomas,became the l }' NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES ?W1iI Dtc. 2*'

first Jacksonville University ) .NEW & USED TV SETS .
dent to be commissioned as an ;;I: NEW ADDING, MACHINES II GOOD i I >"YEARRETREAD i
in the Naval Reserve under
,the ensign Navy's Aviation Reserve Officer m%'* NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS/ @M&

Candidate (AVROC prog- III Freight: Salvage Easy Credit l Terms III
ram, Dec. 15. tits. 9 a.m.1 p.m. Come In & Browse5326 / DEAL
Reserve Capt. Robert H Spiro,
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conducted a brief swearing in The Same Safety Tread Design
for Thomas.
'ceremony Under the AVROC program That Games on new car tires.

Thomas served two six week i
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P:.= e AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER: December 21, 1967


f Santa Visits 50 Children at CPO Club Annual Party


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{: Santa Glaus paid an early visitto
L t 50 underprivleged children
; Saturday when he appeared as
ti guest of honor at the 16th annual
t i Chiefs' Chub Christmas Party. i
Because of a lack of snow
', It:; Santa was unable to bring.along
his sleigh and eight popular reindeer -
i- but he still made a smashing -
: T Ta
r
If entrance on a siren sounding
bell clanging station fire truck.
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As is traditional with Santa -L .9f f/i/ _.........
he was loaded down with plentyof r t 1,
4 toys and gifts for the child-

ren.The heart warming smiles l
and tears of joy were more than I {
enough of a thank you to Santa
for the precious time he took fit'p
away from his busy schedule to
T y visit the children. Q
p.Ef
Also appearing at the party
were the Korn Kcb Klan of the
Southside Women's Club singing '
old favorites and reciting Ati
poems about feathered cows. ;
Bozo the clown, portrayed, by
STC G. W. Johnson and Tommythe
Hobo portrayed by AEC T.
Undset wandered through the S
I crowd throughout the party,dancing -
jumpingropeandcomparing,, Ji
YI I talents with the children.
The Chiefs' Wives Club ensured i h
c that there was plenty of
refreshments for the children
"HE'S FINALLY HERE" -- Santa finally arrives at the and served a hot lunch to the tots
CPO Christmas Party. He was ,given a warm welcome by and special guests.
50 anxious children. The yearly' party is financedby
the Chiefs Club through fund "OH BOY!" .- Three-year-old Calvin Vinson is rewarded
raising projects during the year. for being a good boy all year with a present from Santa.

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: 1a-r-JtP-; V Sf. Johns River Junior College



I to Offer Evening Courses Here
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: V St. Johns River Junior Collegeof 101 Beginning SpanishMW 105 College Algebra with Ap-.
ofp : Palatka IS offering courses at 105 Fundamentalsof Speech-Th plications W
NAS Jax for the winter semester.Dr 81 Basic Writing SkillsL **- W 101 Circuit Theory I Th
CLa Pradd president of the 111 Fundamentals of Electron
n college, and Dr. Grace Maxwell, ( ) Ic Devices T ':<
dean. of continuing education, .Humanities 101 Introduction to Data Pro-.
will be aboard the air station cessingTW .
4 .. .a.4F9.tJ Jan 9 at 7 p.m. in the testing
210 Understanding Human Be-
room of Bldg. 955 to discuss theschool's
havior M Beginning French and Spanish
Students
program. may .
?
register for courses at that time, Mathematics course are four-hour credits with
or at a later specified date. ** class times from 630 to 9 p.m. '
91} Elementary Algebra (L)
The cost of each three-hour *Courses listed with (L) following -
-Th the title mean limited ;
credit course is $18. There is an
: 101 Fundamental MathT credit. These,courses should not '
application fee of $10. All fees
% Intermediate
-M'
102 Algebra ,
SANTA WILL VISIT needy children this Christmas because NATTC for the courses are due at the 103 T be considered for transfer work,' j
College Algebra -
personnel contributed more than $525 to the Salvation Army Christ time of registration. The $10 although the decision for acceptance
mas project. With a portlonof the money, 200 stockings were stuffed application fee may be sent to of course work is at the
with toys. The stocking stuffing job was done by ((1- r) Mesdames the St. Johns River Junior Col- Science discretion of the institution to
Barbara Hlrte, Darlene Johnson, Gaynelle Beatty, AA Norman Anderson lege.All 105-Modern Concepts of Chemistry which student is transfering.All .
SN Norma Miller and SA Kathy Walla, all personnel In the officers enlisted men,Department W students enrolling for courses -
NATTCs Chaplains' OfficeNATTC of Defense employees 102 Earth Science M beginning Jan.ll (Thursday
and their dependents In the Jacksonville classes including Engineering
area are eligible to enroll Social Science Graphics) will register that day
: Behind The Scene I Students In the courses. 205 Economics I -T' from 4:30 to 6:30: p.m. at Bldg.
enrolled In the
102 World Civilization II -Th 600.Registration
By Tom Raker
courses are eligible for financial for all other I
Orphans of Duval County the orphans of Duval County. assistance under the U.S. Navy 120 -' Introduction to SociologyTh classes (MTW) will be Jan.. 15 J

created shared by In the the Happiness frolicsome ClownsIn fun **********; .......... Tuition Aid Program--for active -110 U.S. Federal Gov'tT from 4:30 to 8:30: p.m. at Bldg.. t
duty Naval personneland the 600. All those enrolling for a ;
a special Christmas program Cdr. Melvin C. Premo was Cold War G.I. Bill.- for active 151 Regional GeographyM Monday class should registejrtjef-= ,
sponsored by the Exchange Clubat promoted to his present rank on duty military personnel and vet- ucationW 201 Social Basis of Ed- fore 6:30 p.m. Jan. 15. ---:':T" T:
the George Washington Hotel Dec. 11 at NATTC. His commanding erans. Classrooms will be assigned at \

yesterday' officer, Capt. R.P. All requests for tuition aid Technical a later date. Textbooks for__ :
The nine Happiness Clowns are Kline, officiated at the ceremony. must be in by Dec. 31. Applica- courses will be arranged with the (
Navy men, Navy wives, and As a training officer In the tions are made at the Educational 101Engineering Graphics- instructors. i
members of their families. The Aviation Electrician's Mate Services Office, Bldg. 955. Th
group was formed by TD2 LorinE. School, Commander Premoholdsan The three-hour credit courses
Baker, alias Happy, who got administrative position. I He will be conducted Monday through t
the_ idea by being a member ofa advises instructors, evaluatesthe Thursday from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. C tC tI
similar club in Corpus ChristI, school's progress, and does Ten minutes will be added to each C
Texas. He wants the group to other related tasks. class time above to make up for
grow and Include civilians so Commander Premo and his the week that will be missed by
that it will continue after he and wife live In Jacksonville. They starting late.
his Navy friends transferred. have two children at home and a The following courses and the
,
Each new Happiness Clown is married daughter who also livesin day on which the class will be
shown how to apply theatrical Jacksonville. taught (M for Monday, etc.) are i
makeup. Then he Is sent home ********* listed below. : I
to develop,, his own face and Thirteen men at NATTC advanced V
character. lIe even designs his Saturday as part of the Business .
I S
+ own costume. One clown, Lone- third Increment of the August 201-Principles of Acoounting-Th
:'. some, found a good, used tuxedo Navy-wide examinations. Pre-' 101-Introductlon of Busi ss-T
and made a bum's outfit. sentation of advancement cert 201 Principles of ManagementM
Ruffles, a female clown, has a ificates took place Monday morn- -

beautiful head of colored mop Ing.Those 210-Business Law WCommunications
receiving certificateswere
hair.The clowns accept money for AEC E.E. Carr, AE1 A.G.
a minimum of their performances. Copeland, AO1 J.D. HyndmanAOC ...
One of the club's rulesis J.A. Jennings, AE1 R.M.
that at least 51 per cent McKnlght, AEC E.R. Rhode,
of Its work must be charitable. AE1 R.L. Sanders, AE1 T.F. Buy with cash and save!
Formed only three months ago, Sarrge, A01.T.Schexnayder,AE1 101 Composition I M
the group has clowned at Hope B. W. Smith, AE1 D.R. Taliman, 102 Composition IIW ..
Haven Children's Hospital, at a A02 C.L. Williamson, Jr., and 101" Beginning French-MW Buy with
an
,, carnival for the W.E. Cherry YN2 J.L. Yeager. ... ...: .....
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,, brook-Bellair Department. Volunteer"'to' Fire Service Men )Welcome HFC Big Purchase Loan

Sometimes, depending on circumstances i Vi price admission anytime ...
,and audience size, upon presentation_ of ,I. D. Buying a color TV? A better car? New
the clowns work in smaller furniture? You can probably get a better
., groups. Work? That's right, and i Open 7 Days Week bargain with cash in hand. You'll be ableto
often A fall in
dangerous a
shop anywhere and look for the very best
slapstick skit can be painful if
savings on the exact brand model
or
you
':' done Incorrectly. It takes
want. Then as you enjoy your big purchase,
training and practice to be a
successful clown. For this rea- F8 you repay HFC conveniently. So make that
son,the Happiness Clowns meet big purchase now with an HFC Big
once each week In the Meadow- Purchase Loan.

brook-Bellalr Civic League ...
Building near Orange Park. Roosevelt Blvd. .. ,,' .
:
t..h MONTHLY PAYMENT MANS VY..Od tH
So, would you like to tickle (Next to Roosevelt Mall) V .
:: someone's funny bone? Remem- U IS U 6 .
384-3481 ,f Om h pn.b 1I7W" II7WII '
ber, though, that happiness Is "
not just being a Happiness Clown kOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO) lOOOOft SIOO 5.93 7,29 10.07 $18.48
200 11.86 14,59 20.14 36$1 '.
--it'.s bringing happiness to age-
300 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45 ,
less children. Ask Cricket
Happy o
500 28.91
35.85 49.75 91.78 t ;
!. or Zero or Baby or MeMeor MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
Flowers or Frederick or Charm mrt computed ., 3% ...lint pmt./ '
KktduUd monthly Monett not txcuttnt 93OO
Ranks All Ages and 2% on any itmmindti. Tit ttkvtuU tt
Mudon promM paynwnt..d iltClJuJu,.." ...

HONDAMOTORC.YCLES tOW RATES ALL HFC OFFICES OPIN SATURDAY MORNINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS


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I Pre-Holiday Drive-Safe Program Held"You



s: tl :atln9 cannot legislate safety 1 I 1 11 ..iJfa1
4 just as you cannot legislate morality -
," said Mrs Mikell Bowen,
B Florida State Highway Patrol Wo- :I iIt. if

man, the guest speaker at the Y :
5 ; Pre Holiday Drive Safe Pro- : ., .
gram held last week aboard the

' 1 g I erM t 3 tt air station.
Sgt. John E. Stolarski of the

Security Department began the
ninth annual Drive Safe Program

conducted on the station by say-

ing, "For the last nine years
there has not been one fatalityor ,

serious injury in a motor

vehicle accident by military per-
sonnel In this area duringthe
"
t holiday season. We would
,
like to think that our drive safe'

programs had something to do

LETTER OF APPRECIATION and certificate wei* presen- with those statistics. >

ed to Capt. L. W. Teller, (I) commanding officer of the Mrs. Bowenwhohasbeen active -

Disease Vector Control center Friday by Chief Inspector in teaching defensive drivingin .1..
Putnam County, stressed the L
Charles W. Hall of the Jacksonville Quarantine Division of
importance the course and said
United States Depar tment of Agriculture. "the eight hour course offered DRIVE SAFE PROGRAM-Mrs. Mikell Bowen Florida State

aboard the station doubles a driv- Highway Patrol Woman, guest speaker at the Drive Safe Pro

-, Agriculture Dept. Cites er's chances of survival on the gram held aboard the station last week, discusses defensive

highways if he IIDefensive practices what he driving with Sgt. John E. Stolarski of the Security Department.
has .

I Vector Control CenterThe driving courses major causes of accidents involving Following[ the lecture, a film
emphasizes that more demandsare and killing military personnelare entitled "MechanizedDeath"was

The Navy's Disease Vector sects or plants entering the Uni- made on a motor vehicle driver driving too fast to get backon shown. The "blood and guts"
than any other type of trans- time for reveille. Driving film depicted actual motor -
Control Center here has been ted States from foreign countries. vehicle
I'; cited for outstanding cooperation Officers and men attached to portation. under the influence of alcohol accidents caused by excessive -

with the U.S.Department of Agri- the Disease Center aboard base Mrs. Bowen went on tosay that and poor conditions cause as speed, unsafe driving ..
these courses teach drivers an _accidents to military habits conditions
culture. cooperate with the Department of many personnel poor and drinking -
The citation was presented for Agriculture's Jacksonville Plant accident prevention formula.The as to civilians, accordingto while driving. Instarkreality -
three step formula is recognition, the patrol woman. the film .
the center's efforts to halt the Quarantine Division. impressed upon drivers -
understanding, knowing how to act Statistics show that fewer military -
;' spread of disease caused by In- Through mutual effort of both the importance of safe driv
t organizations the Introduction of and to act promptly.The personnel were killed In ing.
accidents In 1965 than In 1964.
harmful disease from foreign Importance of paying attention -
: plants and animals is monitored to and obeying traffic and But In 1966, as a result of Exchange ActivitiesSet

[TEXACf within the Sixth Naval District.A road signs was stressed by Mrs. driving too fast, 99 military
[ .
members died the highways.In
on
training program for Inspectors Bowen, who said, "Many drivers
3j closing, Mrs. Bowen gave a Holiday Hours
Is also carried outbytheNavy have two reactions to stop sign,
Christmas the
and the local quarantine dlv 1- either ignoring It completely or message to per-
attending the lecture. She
sons
r DEALERSHIPAVAILABLE slon. considering It to be a physical said "Give[ the gift The Navy Exchange activitiesof
greatest pos-
of barrier the him-
The letter appreciation and to stop driver
NAS NATTC and the Naval
sible at Christmas -- safety and ,
certificate delivered to self or others. Statistics show
were
life to the other driver and to Hospital have the fol1owin hours
Capt. L. W. Teller officer in that one out of every 264 driversdo "
yourself. of operation for the holidays:
charge of the Navy by not make It when
I center running a
Saturday, Dec. 23 -- All activities -
Chief Inspector Charles W. Hall stop sign. Speed limit signs statea
I l.tS and 'a Meadows Bd.rrI will be con during regular -
r
t of the Jacksonville Quarantine minimum and maximum safe of
hour with the
exception
Commodore X-Way
Division USDA. and the maximum
speed speed
.I'i, end Beach Blvd. the main retail store, Bldg. 27,
Commodore X.WIY does not man the rate of"speedat .1 and Toyland, Bldg. 514, which[
which
driver
end Atlantic Blvd. A begins. will be from 9 a.m. to 2
open
Commodore X-Way Mrs. Bowen feels some of theN

end Unlymifyir c5 tguan p.m.Sunday, Dec. 24 -- All activities -

: .. Excellent IncomeOpportunity will be closed except the
cafeteria, Bldg. 118 open till

k Ne Previous Experience 5 p.m.; cafeteria, Bldg. 5"!>4 -

Necessary \ CVdi0s & [illlr@ rS 9 a.m. to 4:30: p.m.; bowling
F'. Only Small Investment' alley snack bar noon' to !5 p.m.;

: required Candlelight Club 9 a.m. to 5 p.
*VJW009SSOHJY. GUNNY\) 'UTfU& :
; Inn 46 -
sr San Juan at Niblick TOO MOW SERUM IN -ntM oats/ ? m.; Bluejackets Bldg.
: TEXACOWILL Phone 384 4406 INSURANCEROBERT 9 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Monday, Dec. 25! -- All acti-

HELP WITH 1 J. 2 & 3 Bedrooms vities will be closed except the
t it Financial' Assistance oGarden T>'pc Apartments t ORANGESGUPEFRUlT Bluejackets Inn, 9 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Training With Pay With' Country Club i Saturday; Dec 30-" All activities -
.
TANGERINES
*.Strong Advertising & Atmosphere ts will be open regular hours.
1 Promotional' Support Kitchens equipped with G-E KUMQUATS BIG LEMONS
Sunday Dec. 31 -- All acti-
Ranges I* Refrigerators CALAMONDINS vities will be dosed except the
GET THE FACTS ;
Individual Air Conditioning t
Sweet, Juicy, Tree Ripened cafeteria, Bldg. 118-continuous;
.
TODAY and Hcatirin!_ b>' ( E
Drapes furnished SEE THEM ON bowling alley snack bar noon
CALL 353-5736
\IVall to \Wall ( arpetim! and TUB TREESDue to 5 p.m. ; cafeteria, Bldg.
or write Texaco Inc. Lartte Suimmhiji Pool to the bright color of 554 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.; Can-
P.O. Bo. 1701Jacksonvlll... Fla. I the fruit color and him foliage mow wtuggtit delight Club 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
and 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. ( by reser-

BEAUTIFULCHRISTMAS vation only); service station,

e GIFT Bldg. 26 and express 41, Bldg.

EXgMpLES PACKAGESALPINE 931 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Blue-
OF jackets. Inn 9 a.m. to 1 a.m.
\LOOK sGeh / 4NS and! 1 to 3* :m.'for breakfast.

: You 4j s GROVES! Monday, Jan. 1 -- All activi-

| AT THE A1a iei ss X60r 0 SWITZERLAND' FLORIDA ties will be closed except the
S3.00a cafeteria, Bldg. 118 continuous
Feur miles 'beyond Wesley Miner
_._ on Florida II. Turn dawn lone l Candlelight 9 a.m. to' 10 p.m.;
: PWCUfiGBEFORE\ r biny! modeT- to river ot sle.nl Inter loft fore
orhn Into orange '',r,,.. Bluejackets Inn 9 a.m.to 1 a.m.
,, ; oun,, .....
-- --
tomp01pbb.
: YOU "' el -


: BORROW
compare know what you payl! NATIONWIDE
S get your loan the BENEFICIAL way! .

USHCheck. to $600 take up to 24 months to 0 ( .. .
: Just phone get cash in 1-visit to :" .
'
.or drop in today! : : : > .. ,/.:> '
Get that BIG O.K. at Beneficial! TRAVIS < .' : ',:\; '!.'";': ..'. ...... '. ..'. .. '. : :".;"
,
I" ;;!! : .' '.,' ". ., :.. .., ".:';, "'.
& ASSOCIATES INC.. @ '
Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note [ .

:' JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville 388.'*583 6483 ROOSEVELT :::' ; :: .

e 5635 Roosevelt Blvd., Venetia Village Shop. Ctr. AT NA31QO ';" ,

(Next to Winn Dixie) . . . . .Ph: 388-9374 ."\ ., .))" V'-X .. . .
e 5059 Normandy Blvd. . . . Ph: 384.4595 -3483 2 1165 W OF S.ROOSEVELT EDOEWOOD \ '' '. (/ : .ft. ,
4 other Beneficial offices) serve the Jacksonville Area '
See phone book white foi nearest office :
pages
: 354-7897 I2t E. 8TH STREET I 'INSURANCE AGENCY .

BENEFICIALFINANCE Suit 10-Collier Bid*. ". ', ,

p 246-6680 AOENEi GARRISON. :::34'6,2" ,BIQII.dlngDlvd.P'hqli \7719511ti .
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Movies Club SchedulesBLUEJACKETS .:


MOVIES$ will be shown reg- INN: Hear the sounds,of the Redcoats tonight and :il.aWl.
the NAS Jax Theatreat
ularly at
tomorrow evening. The Sixteens will be on hand Saturday, Sunday ; .
6 and 8:15: p.m., Monday thru {'} > >}+ :
and Monday afternoon. Saturday night features Phil Cay and the : ::: : : : ::: : ;
There will also be
Saturday. a Chantels. The Soul Society's play Sunday e'enin'ith the Clubs In
matinee 2
at Saturdays.
p.m. on the spotlight Monday night. Hear the Camelots Tuesday evening and
Sunday and holidays. The Hospital Ads should be mailed Ic the Holt Publishing Company
the Sixteens: Wednesday. Swing with the Manish Boys and their soul
Theatre will have weekly Bird. Jacksonville Florida. 32210 to arrive
J
one 1950 Standing
music Dec. 28. Phil Cay and the Chantels will be on hand Dec. 29.
feature at 7 Dally. not latef than Tuesday for publication the ,following Thurs
p.m.
The Camelots will the afternoon Dec. 30 and 31 with the
in
play on day. Ad arriving too late for this deadline will be published
Matinees will be shown on weekend Redcoats featured in the evening. Jan. 1 will see the Sixteens In the the following: week unless the publisher is 'instructed other
at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY afternoon and the Clubs in the evening. Tickets for the New Years wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad "must
Dec. 21 Eve Party are now on sale in the club house. be received' WITH the copy for the _41.

NAS: "UP THE DOWN STAIR
DO NOT SEND CASH
CASE": Sandy Dennis and Pat-
rick Bedford. ((132 Min.) Rating- CANDLELIGHT CLUB: Happy Hour wlllbe Monday through Friday RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . 12.00
Excellent. from 3 to 5:30: p.m. Liquor prices are: popular beer $.15; pre- Per additional line ((4 words per lino'.,. . 0.50
HOSPITAL: "GAMBIT":Shir- mium beer $.20; draft beer $.15; mixed drinks &.25, $.10
ley Ma Claire and Michael Caine. off for call liquor. Tonight and Sunday evening the Red Coats-and the
((117 Min.) Rating Excellent. go go girls will be on hand. Dress Is casual. Phil Cay and the
Chantels will appear tomorrow and the Andy Chaky Trio is featured ATTENTION SAILOR'sWork 2 FOR RENT3BRHOUSEFurn..,
FRIDAY Dec. 22 Saturday night. Coat and tie both nights please. The club will be to 3 hours per evening, earn $60 Orange Park, temp., or permanent -
NAS "EASY COME EASY closed Christmas Day. The music of Bruce Thomas is featured and up per week. Must be E-4 qtrs. Will rent to bach-
GO": Elvis Presley and Dodie Dec. 29. The Andy Chaky Trio will be on hand Dec. 30. and the 31. or above married and have car. elors. Phone 2646884. <

Marshall. ((103 Min.) Rating Tickets for the New Years Eve Party.are on sale. Call Ext. 2936. For appointment. call 3591719till "REAL ESTATE: We will help
Good. 10:00 p.m. any evening. "
you Buy, Sell or Invest.
HOSPITAL "UP THE DOWNSTAIRCASE"
: SMOKE A SAFER CIGARETTEfor Bowen Real Estate, Realtor
: Sandy Dennis. ACEY DUCEY CLUB: Dance to the Jim Glynes Combo tomorrow USN Retired 384 1376
12 a pack. Phone 388 -
SATURDAY Dec. 23 evening Ball room will be closed Saturday. On Sunday, the Anchor 8273. Dealers Wanted.
Room and package store will remain open from noon to 6:30 p.m. WILMAR APARTMENTS -
NAS: "AFRICA TEXAS STy- The package store will be open from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Christmas Near SAX and CECIL, 1 blk.
&
LE": Hugh O'Brian and John Day. Dec 30 features the sounds of the Clubs. Tickets are on JUSTICE TRAILER PARK est of 5900 blk. of JammesRoad.All .
Mills. ((113 Min.). Rating -- Ex sale for the New Years Eve Party in the clubhouse. New Years Day APARTMENTS Clean Bug Free new paint, all ground floor.

cellent. will feature a Bloody Mary Party in the Anchor Room at happy hour Mod. Trlrs. Patios, Awnings, 2 BR, LR, Brk. nook, park 2
HOSPITAL: "EASY COME, prices. Game night will be Friday at 6 'p.m. on Dec. 22 and 29. Sewage &water furnished.Priced cars and boat. $85 mo. Includes
for Serv. Pers., 4600 Alden St.
EASY GO": Elvis Presley.
water, sewage, garbage, lawn
from Main Gate
Oukon Across
SUNDAY Dec. 24 NAS 389, 3007. ,caret 1387-2541; nights and week-
"O" CLUB: Enjoy the beefeater's buffet today and every Thursday ends, 389-0744.
NAS: "AND NOW MIGUEL": from 6 to 9 The Champagne special is featured tomorrow and
p.m. ((3)) SINGERS $25
Michael Ansara and Pat Cardi.! Saturday night. The Moonlighters will be on hand tomorrow and SEWING MACHINES $25. Each FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
((103 Min.) Rating Very good. Charlie Jay will play Saturday. The Annex and Ceiling Zero will be Guaranteed. Left In warehouse. Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
HOSPITAL: "AFRICA TEXAS open Sunday. All club facilities will be closed on Christmas Day. Good condition. Does everything, FHA resales $50 & $100 dwru:'
STYLE": Hugh O'Brian. Foreign Dish night Is featured Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. Dec. 29 complete with attachments. Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret.'

MONDAY Dec. 25 and 30 Is the Champagne special, CharlieJayplayingthe29thand Yours for the storage charge only 264 2411. Orange ParkRealty.FOR .
Johnny Jelinek on hand the 30th. The club will not serve a
$25. each. Call 353-1946
NAS: "TIlE GHOST & MR. for the New Years Eve Partyare any-
luncheon on New Years Eve. Tickets time. Ask for Warehouse. Will SALE HUB CAPS 35
CHICKEN": Don Knotts and on sale at the main desk In the club. All club facilities will be deliver obligation. 1606 Main Spokes, Chrome finish, 14" "
no
Joan Staley. ((98 Min.) Rating closed on New Years Day. Street. wheels. Like New. 389 7035

Very Good. 4973 Fremont St. Jax, 10 Mrs.
HOSPITAL: "AND NOW MI- Drummond.
STEREO SYSTEM
GUEL": Michael Ansara. All Servicemen WELCOME to the
ore Walnut console like new. Reliable 1953 MERCURY DECENT
TUESDAY, Dec. 26 party can pay off $87 $175.
Service Center transportation for Call
NAS: "ONE MILLION YEARSB. Lutheran or assume $8 monthly paymentsA evens. Week ends 389 5234
C.": John Richardson and II 1 Warehouse 1606 Main St.
Raquel Welch. ((99 Min.) Rating. ,/( fflome tSlway! from vlome FOR RENT FURN. APT. GAS
DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC
Saturday, 2 p.m., Kiddie Mati- Y.} ::..:..::.:.:.:.:.:.:r 19 W. FORSYTH STREET S;:!:!::;:;: : $::$$$SPOOL JOCKEY?? For Information call: Heat, $90 mo. Call 771 9007
nee GIT and KING OF THE or 398 4531 Mr. Gross.
TABLES Shuffleboard 356 8351. Day or nlcht.
CONGO. Ping Pong

Monday thru ThursdayS .. ...... .'. .' x.... .'. ..

own amotorcycle Y.v. ti.:S::; 6:00 KM. to lliOO': P.M. Join America's most popular club .

? Record Player ;:{# Friday .
C"nl.III"9 :;:: 6:00 P.M. to .12 Midnight

Pastor available when you ti$: Saturday ass
motorscooter? want and need one :S4.:: 12: Noon to 12. Midnight

Sltcraatlon :.0: Sunday

Fellowship :.:-): 200 P.M. to UtOO. P.M. :y. ,

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HOLIDAY SPECIALS!! '


ALL CARSWHOLESALE .: QI ri5tma.5

: eA PRICED

This Weekend ;

X% QIlub


BUCKS USED) CARS It's the smart way to prepay holiday expenses.All .

you do is open a Christmas Club account

Atwoy.s Your Buck* Worth o Buck :: for an amount you can most easily afford.

Then you save that amount each week
63 FORD 4- DOOR
65 RAMBLER CLASSIC and, when the club pays off next November, "
"660" 4 door, R & H, A/T A/T. R & H, WSW. you receive your Christmas Club check. : '

I 62 PONTIAC 2.- DOOR
65 VW 1500" Equipped. Be sure to join you'll be glad you did.
We're experts and can cover Hardtop, Fully 1
you immediately with Reserve Good Gad-About Carl 62 RAMBLER

Motorcycle Liability Insurance. 63 FALCON FUTURA STATION WAGON ?
LOW. LOW RATES as lowas
Clean Carl One owner Very clean! :BARNETT
$30 a year. No red tape. .
63 ENGLISH FORD NATIONAL BANK OF JCACKBONVXXJLBMIMCKH
fast countrywide claim service. 62CORVAIR4DOOR

Rev up I Call me now I Floor Shift. 2-Door Nice car, low miles .
rCOCNAl DCPOtIT IMtUNANCK CONON1TIOMNAS

as low as $30CONTINENTAL 6O FORD 2-Dr Hardtop JAX FACILITY OFFICE .


John Hubbard USN Retired Linda Smith Tired Building 39 Ext. 3870


'INSURANCE USED Monday Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
BUCKS Thursday: 9:30 a.m.. 4:30 p.m.
Underwriters, Ii c. CARS Friday; 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.

6479 Roosevelt/ 388-7676 NAS Cecil Field FACILITYOFFICE

Reserve JUST SO. OF WAS JA) ffxUS Building 26 Ext. 226

B Insurance 17 At Collins 'Road-Ofang Park .
Monday Friday' : 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. .
Company 9:00 a.m. 3:00 ".
PHONE 387 7491 Military Pay Days p.m.JAX
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Home Office: Chicago. Illinois 'M'. '.



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i I JOIN THE VA-46 Skipper Gets New Craft The ,Holiday Cecil

", STARSPANGLEDFREEDOM
: Commander Jack F. O'Hara The tradition Clansmen stripewas
PLAN had an unusual surprise waiting painted across the hcx/d: l of '. .
for him when he returned from the car and the numerals 401, f\ \\ WING .
. I TAD at Aviation Safety Officer which stand for the Commanding .44, SJ t-'\ ONE/ -.'f'"'t'
STON UFFQRfl School in Monterrey, California. Officer of the Squadron, were r .
,; \ SAVINGS BQNPSA Some of the members of the painted on the side. t
squadron borrowed his car. and Squadron artists wanted the .--.s ::; !
when they were done with it, it car to look as real as possible. iTJ '" -. 1CXTENDS
was a fair dupicate of his squadron so they attached an Intake and afterburner : 'TJ ,' '";:" .t"f,, .
plane. on the car.I4kr ; I '
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JULIE 1 TO THEIR

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FAMILY? FRIENDS

MARYTYLER as MILLIE I $: : : \

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\ 'fiD=. iday season dwell in the hearts of all. .. I i I

S COLOR by I To our customers and friends, our greet- 4s I
DELUXE.IIUGGUTlD ." -- S ... I
[ you MATmtt Auoyciil- 'j ings good wishes and grateful thanks.BARNETT4t.
Ranger Hal was a highlight of VA 174 partY. He arrived -

CENTER ....... "",, \\ via fire truck to the
delight of the "Hellrazor"
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visitors.
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I Santa Supplies Gun RulesSanta I IM BASKETBALL SUMMARY J


Claus: should have a sup- 1. Treat every gun with the
ply of Florida hunting regulationsand respect due a loaded gun. i i1 iI
" gun safety rules for the holiday 2. Watch that muzzle carry VA-31,, 79 Admin. 48 .
season. On December 25, your gun safely. -
many youngsters will experiencethe 3. Unload guns when not In VA 37 added one more victory I
ultimate Christmas joy when use. to their winning streak as ---------------1
finding a long awaited gun under 4. Be sure that the barrel Is they defeated Admin 79 48. ,
the tree. Santa Claus however, is clear of obstructions. The first half I is almost over
reminded by the Game and FreshWater 5. Be sure ofyourtarget before and VA 37 has::: been undefeated.
Fish Commission that his shooting. The VA 37 team overpowered
responsibility( does not stopwhenhe 6. Never point a gun at anything and out maneuvered the Admin -J k 8hristmas't .
leaves the gun under the tree. that you do not want to team. ..
. Private ownership of guns i is shoot. Cleo Craig, of the 37 teamwasthe r
the historical birthright of all 7. Never climb a tree or fenceor high scorer with 18 points
Americans and the first gun can jump a ditch with a loaded and John Trovato chased close
representa memorable occasion gun. behind with 17. ,
I' for a boy. This birthright however 8. Never shoot a bullet at a
carries a certain amount of flat hard surface or water.
responsibility and anyone old 9. Store guns and ammunition VA-86, 62 VA-45, 58 ," \
enough to own a gun is old enough separately. ;1 Time for us
to use It safely and in a manner 10. Avoid alcholic beverages VA 86 aided by a final extra to speed very
prescribed by law. before or during shooting. push defeated the VA-45 A $' '
According to O. E. Frye Com- team by a close margin of four warm wishes for
mission Director very few par- CF New Year's points. The VA 45 team lead the Yuletide Holiday
ents are familiar with Florida for the first half of the basket- be
to May day
Stature 790.22 which providesthat ball game. The second halfVA- you. your
Golf
the use of BB guns air TourneyNew 86 regrouped their strength and s'... bright with joy and merriment .
rifles and 22 caliber rifles by Year's Day is the begin- put it to good use. Vanderwoupwas shared ,with your loved 'ones. We -
any child under the age of 16 the high scorer for the VA-
of the Christmas!
ning year but it, also hope you have a wonderful
years Is prohibited unless such means that the start of anothertourn.1111ent 86 team with 20 points, and El-
use I Is under the supervision and more and Cooper were second
in the presence of an adult. Field Golf Course.season at Bill the Cecil Stott with 11 each. lUbirf Trivis & Asstckrtts IMC.
Frye said "When Santa leavesa reports that the golf course will VA 86 made 6 of 15 free :}
gun he should also leave a copy be the host of a "MonkeyTurna- throw attempts for a throwing I- 6483 Roosevelt Blvd 1165 Ave
of hunting regulations so that the ment" that day. Any golfer interested percentage of 4070
younger hunter might become 121 E. 8th Street
in entering the tournament -
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familiar with the laws that are "
is Invited the
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be obtained by contacting the :
2:30: p.m. that afternoon a : '
Game and Fresh Water Fish buffet table will be set up. The ,. ., ,
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Commission at Tallahassee, "
features of the buffet will be
I Lake City Lakeland and at the shrimp and oysters.VA44 t *:r .. I' f
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other Commissions located ?$: .l. .
throughout the state." Wins V\ 9X1i.J'ItUJI *
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tation for a youngster to pUnk J.p'f
away at the first bird on a limb; IM Tennis \
however most birds: are protected (j (
by both states and Federallaw '' i i+. +
and the young hunter should VA-44 took the top honorsIn .f
learn to identify protected! birds the Cecil Field Intramural 'f Doorways wear garlands of ,)
Tennis Tournament as they
game birds and! unprotected spe- '
cies." downed the Marines fn the last welcome. candles beckon <;'(" '" f f I A ,
If theChrlstmasgun is the first sets of the :season.:: The VA 44 ". ; 4f : y<'
gun parents should make every team, won 6 matches and lost with a hearty glow.

effort to see that the owner is 4 this season. The season of good cheer ,
The VA 44 Tennis team will
properly instructed In the safe
use and handling to assure many receive their trophy at a pre- arrives, in all its friendly 1
years of hunting pleasure. sentation to be announced. The _
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warmth. the j -
Santa may want to clip or copy squadron also captured the Cap- May j
the following safety rules and tain's Cup Trophy which will be joys of Christmas be yours! ,
attach them to the stock of the presented at a later date.and .


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' i> Two Squadrons Share iii-;: Adm Rivero

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: {' Two intramural squads, VP 7 and VAP 62 currently share
, 1 the American League basketball lead with 4-0 records, while VW4 Adm. Horacio Rivero, vice chiefof
has a 4 0 slate and the top spot In the National League. Naval Operatons, will land a-
'. One win off the VW 4 pace Is the Marine Barracks with three board the station this morning and
/ wins and no losses. tour. NAS Jax.
In recent games,NARTU evened its percentage in the standings with The four star officer Is
a 22 slate after downing the Dispensary Caduces 75 37 in a scheduled to see the new patrol
.Dec. 14 contest. a squadron complex and hear a
The airmen from the 679th Radar Squadron also sport a 2 2 record briefing Capt. Martin J. Stackat
;a after dropping a Friday night tilt to VP 16, 64 47.American the Candlelight Club before
touring the newly opened Naval

National .f ar f Hospital.This .
w L .W L n afternoon, Admiral Riv
VP ?1 4 0 VW 4 4 0 ero and his party will travel to
YAP 62 4, 0 Marine Bks. 3 1 / Mayport Naval Station for more
VP 30 2 1 VP 16 3 0 .:; : briefings and tours.MhhII4N'.
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Faetu 1 2 NARTU 2 2 MERCY MISSION -- Four-year-old Cindy Johnson of Jacksonville
Weather Fae. 1.. 3 VP 5 1 1j was lifted aboard an Air Force plane here Dec. 14 before being
: Boat House 0". 3 AFEES 0 3 flown to the Shriner Burns Institute at Houston, Tex. The daughterof Ills. We..a.h'The
,j MARTD 0"' 4 ComFairJax 0 3 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson of Jacksonville, she was the 15th
Cadeuces 0 4 child that local Shriners have sent to the Burns Institute after singing Midshipmen{ of the
being burned. Cindy had been a patient at the Duval Medica' U.S. Naval Academy Choir and
'i\ = Center since Nov. 2. 70 girls from Hood College will
r 1l.--__ _1 sing excerpts from Handel's
L WANT ADS WILL/ SELL FOR YOU I If "Messiah" on a Channel 12,50
minute Christmas special: Dec.24
beginning at 11:30 p.m.
Naval Academy Choirmaster,
Professor Donald C. Cilley will
lead the 200 voices through the

c ci ,7( q- entire Three production.distinguished soloists,

f Louise Natale, soprano solist
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for the Riverside Church In New
i I' York City, Rosemary Anoe, con-
qou tralto with the NBC Symphony
Orchestra and Richard Anderson,
a bass who has sung with the
Sadler Wells Opera In London,
will lend their voices to the

< :. ... WELCOME HOME AMS2 J. W. O'Neal is greeted by his production.
wife Dianne and two year old son, J. W. Jr. when he re Relief Society
turned home with VP 45 after a six month deployment to
Argentia and Bermuda. Conducts Course

Miss Francina Stonesifer ,
a Navy Relief Society lIeadquartersWashingtonDC.yrill -
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!' here to conduct training course,
t" including brief history and basic
; t r. a: I }oC(pT93 policies and principles of the
Navy Relief Society from Jan. 3

( jigbt to Clashes 24. will be held in Bldg.

.501, NATTC, Mondays: Wednes-
atN days and Fridays from 9 a.m.
In until noon. Free child care will
the spirit of
be provided at the station -
With fond hopes that all k' ; .: v that Holy Night, while classes are In nursery ses

tl your holiday dreams come true, we we wish sion. Credit toward the 100 -
you joy and hour pin will be given for each
4 send you our best wishes for Merry! Christmas.
peace. hour spent in class"
f In a message to the Navy wives,
W..t.W. v.Mccrr...., htc RAdm. Robert Stroh,Presidentof
the Jacksonville society said,
1150 SO. LANE AVENUE WESCONNETT FLORIST lOW St. & *., ***aIKMKXKKMXffl 11\4.$ "I hope that you will ,find it
possible to join this course and
.. to help us in this tremendously
important service to our naval
personnel.

.M. z. Persons planning on attending
; PI the classes should contact the
Navy Relief Office at 772 3515)
f 1 22.or :389 5308 no later than Dec.


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Captain Graves i



Decorated With q; S i 1 rr .
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Legion of MeritThe a ,

air station's public works
officer, Capt. L.W. Graves, has
ErkrsJdir been decorated with the Legionof
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States and the President for his
actions while in Vietnam. :
The Civil Engineering Corps ,1ITI
officer received the Legion of
Merit for "exceptionally merit- ,
orious conduct" while serving
director of construction Cam
Ranh, Vietnam between April 1966 411E \ ,
and March of this year. He became -
the public wprks officer
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a citation signed by Adm. '
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Roy L. Johnson, commander in ,.,'" .,'/<,:"I.',,.}, ,..-,
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through a mobilization period DECORATED -- Capt. Stack pins the Legion of Merit on Capt.
fraught. with difficulty and urgency. Graves. The base public works officer, Capt. Graves received the 1
decoration for his performance of duty while serving in Vietnam
"The tangible success of the between April 1966 and March of this year.
construction program was largely -
due to the personal 'contri-
bution he made. Through his
Rescue TechniquesThe selfless efforts broad vision, eBob's Oak Hill

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experience professional know-
ledge, managerial ability and
Naval,Air,Rework Facility has established aprogra'to; dynamic personal leadership Pure Service CenterOpen
brief hospital corpsmen on the operation and configuration of Captain Graves contributed significantly -
aircraft ejection seat to the support of the for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
Safe and expedient pilot rescue methods are taught to the Unied States Military Forces In
students, who may some day use the skills in a crash and rescue Vietnam. road
service. pick up & delivery
operation.Seat The has been author-
mechanic Walter Fake (left) explains how foot retractors ized to captain wear the Combat "V" mechanic on duty American & Foreign Cars
are removed during rescue. Other instructor is Larry
with the medal.
Kimberly. The classes were set following a request from Capt.R. .
D. Nauman,;medical officer. Capt. Martin J. Stack, NAS 103rd & Jammes Road
Jax CO, pinned the medal on 771 9156 Jacksonville Florida
Captain Graves during ceremon-
ies here last week.
Florida Jr. Sets Dates
College Registration .................................................................

Evening courses in investments, advanced investments, human relations -
creative writing, and speed writing will be offered for a $5 i .. .. DON'T MISS THESESTOF1BS
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Registration for the eight week courses will be held at the South- 2 .' A
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side Campus from 7 to 10 p.m. Jan. 2,4, 9 and 11. Classes will t..
be held. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 7 to9p.m. :: 11Ii \. =_ .' uA1 rrA1

Registration for regular college courses for day students will be '",..,, ....
held on the Southside Campus Jan. 3 and 4, from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. i "". i .
Registration for evening college credit courses will be held Jan. 3 and ;
4 from 6 to 9 p.m. also at the Southside Campus. T .
General adult classes will be offered at 12 high school adults cent-
ers and at the Southside Campus. Registration these courses may
be made by contacting the center administrator from 7 to 10 p.m. .

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flight record from Shannon, Ire- I .l ..
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In Bermuda, the squadron had ..
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