Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 9, 1969
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be (MfcidWflUn I oYfTclal expression of any ti
military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.


Mad Foxes Navy Okays 35,000Early

Due NewSkipper t,



LVT Bureau of Naval Personnel announced some unexpected
VP-5's award' winning Mad good news last week when it authorized early advancementsfor

during Foxes 11 will a.m.get ceremonies a new skipper Mon- A over 35,000 Navymen and women who were scheduled for 'i fl
9 ,@ vhI February and March promotions. Moving the promotion dates of, "
day when Cdr. H.C. Abelein relieves
Cdr. J.R. Farrell as February March selectees up .
squadron commanding officer. :d r'1 to January 16 was due to the 11; 1 at the Navy' Finance Office -
The formal ceremony to be ?vk 3F Navy finding the necessary funds ; 1 Disease Vector Control
held in the Patrol Plane Complex to handle the cost of the pro- Center and 2 at the Commis .'
will mark the end of a two \i motions, a BuPers- spokesmansaid. sary.
year tour here for Cdr. Farrell Although the Bureau of Naval
who will report for duty in Washington With those already slated for Personnel spokesman said Navy
D.C., with the Naval Air January promotions the Feb- commands should receive a mes-
Systems Command. ruary and March increments sage authorizing the early pro-
The "Top Fox1 reported a- : bring the total Navy January motion shortly after the an-
board in January 1967 and assumed ;ij\r advancement picture to as follows nouncement, the air station's
duties as executive officer and n :f 4 : E-4s -- 15,733; E5s -- Personnel Office was awaiting
in December of that year took 12,884; E-6s -- 4,616;and E-7 -- arrival at Jax Air News' dead- '
over command of the local patrol 1843. line.
squadron. Locally, the announcement sent
During the period Cdr. Far- 15 CPO selectees at the air Air SlBlioi High School
rell has been with the squadron, station rushing to get uniformsIn
it completed a record setting time for the January promo- ..,istrution ANNucd
deployment to the Western 'z tion date. Three had been due j
Pacific while operating in direct s February promotions and 12 wereto
support of combat operations in have been advanced in March. The Educational Services Office -
Vietnam. More 'recently, the Three others were already due has announced that registration -
squadron completed a six-month January hikes. for the on-board high school
Mediterranean deployment. UNIFORM RUSH -- John D. Collier fits CPO selectee J. A. By other pay grades, 11 NAS program is now being held in the
.For the competitive ,period Hutchison ,with new uniform after It was learned that the March Jacksonville personnel will be ESO Office.Bldg.f 955 dally from ,
1967-68 VP-5 accomplished a and February promotion dates would be moved to Jan: $16. 'getting POI crows earlier,than 8 to 3 until Jan. 28.
"clean sweep" ,of all the major Hutchison was one of many CPOs who besieged the Naval Uniform expected 20 were moved to Classes will start Jan. 28 and
Atlantic Fleet awards availableto January promotions at the E-5: wilt be held in Bldg. 600 for 18
patrol squadrons. The awards .Shop, representative .upon. hearing of early advancements" level and NASers will be get- weeks every' Tuesday and .
included(':1MJhel ''Chief -''ofj Naval "t. ..J.t.t:1': "J'.'*:..:__" '*,-,--&>'*. w.> .,., :"* .. ". .. ;r'
Operations Maintenance Award, Needy Families Benefit from DriveDeclared expected. The classes offered will serve
the Battle Efficiency "E"and the Fifteen NAS personnel had previously as ,a review (in preparation for
Isbell Trophy for antisubmarine been authorized January the GED Tests and Florida'sU.S.
excellence.Cdr. a huge success the gathered by the girls. promotion dates in pay grades Government and History
Abelein has served as 1968 Christmas Sharing Drive This is an annual project and E-4 through E-6. tests, both of which are requiredin
executive officerof the squadron was concluded by delivering only through the sponsorship of An overall breakdown of the order to receive a Florida
since December 1967. baskets of food to needy families the commandirgoflieerandgene- NAS promotions off the August State High School diploma.It .
in the Jacksonville area. rosity of those who pitched in a 1968tests shows 156 sailors and is that all
-- INSIDEEditorials. Coordinated by Chaplain J.E. contribution made it a success. Waves earning promotions in pay sons interested Important in receiving per-a
Dorsey and Ens. Randall Parr Chaplain Dorsey expressed a grades E-4 through E-7.
GED take the
.Page 2 the project this year involved hearty thank you to all who work Early advancements of tenant offered in order to .:.
Civil Service .Page 4 collecting canned food items and ed to make a Christmas dinner for commands effects 16, people at qualify program for a Florida diploma.
money from base personnel and many families in the. area who VP-16; 33 at VAP-62; 20 at VP-
Movies . Page 9
goods added by the Duval'County otherwise would probably have 45; 16 at VP-5 8 at NARF; 10 The tuition fee is $2.00 and
Want Ads. Page 9 Campfire,Girls. Mrs.Mary Dun- had a rather bleak day ,at the on the Can; Fair Jacksonvillestaff books can be purchased for $5.00at
Sports. . Page 11' lap handled the contributions table. ; 21 at NATTC; 8 at FAW- Bldg. 600.

I BMI Keiper, DTCS Hix Earn Medals for Vietnam Duty I

Two combat Veterans have Navy Achievement Medal to and sampans, supported U.S. nearby Orange Park with his that Chief Hix displayed outstanding ,t.
been cited by Capt.H.O. Cut- DTCS William H. Hix. Navy SEAL operations conducted wife Lorenah, and three child- leadership. Assigned as Chief
ler for special performance: of Keiper served in Vietnam as medical evacuation of wounded ren. Dental Technician of Task Force
their duties while serving in the a boat commander, of a PBR, personnel, and took part in numerous Chief Hix was cited for the X-ray, operating from Phu Ba
Republic of South Vietnam.In from Sept. 1967 to Aug. 1968. psychological operationsand work he performed while serv- and Da Nang, he established several 1:;
ceremonies in the office of Participating in 225 combat patrols civic action projects.He ing with the First Marine Division dental facilities within the
,the commanding officer Capt. in the heavily eremy populated -' was specially commendedfor In Vietnam from Oct+)1967to area of operations and skillfully
Cutler awarded the Bronze Starto area of Rung Sat Special his action on a November Sept. 1968.It trained his inexperienced pros-
BMI John R. Keiper and the Zone, he boarded over 5,000 junks night in 1967 when his boat crew was during this time, under thetic technicians, thereby in-
suppressed an enemy assault on adverse combat conditions. (Continued! on Page_ 12))
the freighter President Buchanan
resulting the death of at least
25 enemy invaders.
Keiper recalls that the action
took place late in the morning.
"The Buchanan was moving up
the river on its way to Saigon
loaded with supplies when they
1 1a were ambushed by Viet Cong.My
i .1 w s '4 boat and the boat patrolling the
river with us responded{ to the
: M firing and headed for the enemy.
I took my boat around the back of
a marsh where the main barragewas
L: coming from and opened up
with a grenade launcer and C k
machine gun fire and kept them
pinned down until help from the r }
d air came. Then 'Charlie' (Viet .' /' 1 y Y W
Cong) took off running and the
belo cut 'em down like sitting. Ae
: ducks. We remained in the area
for most of the day to pick off
any stragglers that might be : ..,,.
DTCS W.H. Hix received Achievement Medal Keiper now works as a career Former: Patrol Boat Commander BMI I J.R. Keiper

O He set up Vietnam dental facilities counselor at, NAS and lives in Behind Career Counselor desk after 225 missionsNE


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January 9, 1969 I'1

Divine, Services I

Editorial View Points : '
.. -. .

I St. Eh'llrI (Impel ''

rbrles' ., .. ..,,, I I SUNDAY
The 9 & 11
L t"ng'" ,, 7 ., ,
1.v k I ,:"\,, :,:, <: 1.\ DA1Y MASS - 11:30 a.m.
r't..! SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.
All enduring structures are to seek the easy way out at the '}" CONFESSIONS - 5) p.m.-

built on first..and lasting foun- expense of his assigned mission. ; : 5:30: p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
dations comprised-of: many elements The greatness and success of TUESDAY
Our American military America's armed forces do not Single Young Catholic Organ-
establishment is'such a structure lie solely in our superior wea- ization - 7:30 p.m.U. .
-- built of strong material, pons, logistic capability or mass-
remodeled and modernized when es of men. The greatness and "j S. NAVAL
. necessary, and resting solidly success have come from the individuals ::'; HOSPITAL
a foundation of honor and in- who have served with tit. I.iibr's' Chapel'

tegrity. honor and integrity.For .
SUNDAY MASS - 8:00 a.m.
as long as we have men

These words represent standard wearing.the,uniform of ourcoun- RETIRES -- Capt. H. 0. Cutler retired LCdr.. S. B. Phillips ,PROTESTANT. SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00
...; s'of"cond Oct and performance from the Navy during ceremonies Dec. 31. LCdr. Phillips
the (our
of history
duty spanning of served 26 years of active duty service. He was assigned to .
nation as well as the history
each branch of ,the armed forc- the Aircraft Maintenance Department. PROTESTANT
.'?.es.. . . .All .Sahll's Cliopd; .
Chance for Commission H,

sented Unfortunately by these two the words Ideals--repre-honor Naval Reserve Officer ProgramIf CHURCH'.SCHOOL SUNDAY : =;:>' 9:00, '-
often a.m.
and integrity -- are too
131d*. #722 '. .
overlooked, sometimes misun- you have a college educa- birth. ,
derstood and frequently ridi- tion and this is the year you've Applicants must be physically JUNIOR l CIU'RCM: ( -,-' ioa.in.)

culed. Far too many people look promised yourself to get ahead, qualified with the,standards contained 'Uivih>Worship ServiceIda.in.() .
upon these ideals as outmoded-- the Navy's program to commis- in the Manual of the Med- Bldg. ;#j 750( '.. .
useless carry-overs from a past sion enlisted men as officers In ical Department. For the unre- Junior Youth Fellowship! p.m.

,, era.. the Naval Reserve may be your stricted line applicant, normal Bldg. *722. ,
: chance to fulfill your New Year's color perception Is required. VVKDNESDAYFjCiiior::

,Too many Americans have resolution.The Waivers of defective color perception Qiolr Rehearsal: .. 7 p.m.
adopted the "hooray for me, the eligibility requirementsand will be considered for Bid\*. I; 750 t l
devil with you" outlook. They processing procedures for the restricted line and staff THURSDAYJunior\ '

are more interested in feather- enlisted members oi the regular corps. _____ Choir Rehearsal:; --.t p.m.
ing their own nests at the espense -.' Bids 'r 750: !
of others than In performing Young\ Adult Club 7 p.m.
honorable service In their RIB \ J Bklg. 'r50()

particular jobs or professions. STEPS Christian Science Service 8:00
1He : P.[))1. Bldg. 'J750!
Fortunately, the hallmark of
the military man Is his honor r-------T
"" "
and integrity. If there Is any / 'NVP1DAiUrURE ::.: I
doubt, leaf through the pages of try to whom honor and integrity Traffic j
history and recall such placesas are a way of life rather than / 'f' I
Valley Forge, Gettysburg,
mere words, our military struc- c YI
Belleau Wood,MidwayBastogne,, ture will remain strong and se- I
Iwo Jlma,O1osln' Reservoir,Hill cure. I: Violations [

881 and Khe Sanh Your honor and your integrityare

It is not in the makeup of a your,most cherished posses: The following Is a report of
military man to gain personal sions -- the mark of a true man. motor; vehicle accidents and traf-
,-- advantage at the expense of his Guard them well and never let ) S violations for the period Dec.
',: comrades, to shirk his duty or them be compromised. ,' 24, through Dec. 30.

Number of Accidents

This Week . . .7
' Moods Total accidents this year through

ocs Dec. 30 . . 377
Number of .accidents through December -
Cdr. J.T. Dimino CHC
By 1967 . . 353
Total number of days since last
At one time 'it was believed that the sun moved about the earth. injury in a motor vehicle accident -
Navy and Naval Reserve on active -
Indeed, it did seem so to the eye, as we saw it purpling the dawn, duty who desire to apply Applicants may be married or .. . . 67
and at night setting like a flaming torch into the distant west. But for a commission in the Naval unmarried. Women applicantsmay Number of ViolationsThis
not have children
now we know that the earth moves about the sun. Reserve can be found in Bu- 18 any under Week . . 65
As there 'were two ways of looking at the relation of the earth and Pers Instruction 1120.35Cof Oct. years of age. Speeding . . '.15
the sun -- one right and one wrong -- so there are two ways of 1968. Male applicants for any of the Reckless Driving . 2
looking at the relation between a person and the dally events of life. The following programs are designators mentioned who are Going through stop Sign '. 6
Some people live In_ such a way as to have all their moods determined listed In the Instruction; ; Officer not given the Officer Qualification Other Violations . .'42
by what happens to them in the world. When there is rain Candidate School (Men) 1105, Test must have a GCT score Twenty-six drivers appeared
on the cheek of nature. often tears bedew their own cheeks. What 1405 (Engineering), 1615 (Naval of 63 in order to be eligible to before the Traffic Hearing Board
happens at the bargain counter in the office or in traffic so often .
Security Group),, 3105 (Sup- apply. at the meeting held on.Jan. 2.
make and mold our moods and we take on the color of the experience Disposition of the cases includedthe
that presently imposes itself on us. ply Corps), 5105 (Civil Engineer Selectees must have six months following: two lost driving
The condition of a happy life is so to live that the trials and vicis- Corps); Officer Candidate School remaining on .their current" enlistment and parking privileges aboard
situdes of life do not impose their moods on us. Rather, we become (Women) 1105 and 3105. Avia- when receiving their orders station for various periods seven -
so rooted in peace and inner joy that we communicate them tion Officer Candidate School to school. If they have were assigned to completean
not only to surroundings, but also to others. (Pilot) 1395. Naval Aviation Of- less than 6 months remaining, eight-hour course in
The problem i is how to possess this,, inner constancy of peace ficer Candidate School (NFO) they are to extend their enlistments dial driving; 11 received I
which 'makes the depths of our 'soul calm, even when the surface, 1375. JAG Corps 2505. All pro- voluntarily for one year. ; 1 was given a Warning; five
like the ocean, Is ruffled or mixed with storms or cares grams lead to active duty as a were dismissed werefinedU.S.
; none
The best way is prayer1-- which giVes us Independence of moods commissioned officer upon suc- All applicants for appointment: ( Commissioner); and two
in'two ways: first It exhausts our bad moods, by telling them to God. cessful completion of training. must be of high moral character were referred to their commanding -
The wrong way is to exhaust our bad feeling on human beings, because RequirementsHere and must be motivated for i officers for possible disciplinary
either they resent them, or they reciprocate by assumingan service as a commissioned of- action. Twenty drivers-
equally bad mood. Bringing them to God Is exhausting them, just are some of the basic f ficer. were assessed 53 traffic points.
like bringing Ice to the flame melts the Ice. requirements: You must have at
The second 'advantage of prayer is this: it not only voids our bad least a baccalaureate degree
moods, but it replaces them with good feelings. As we pray, the sense from a regionally accredited college -
of God's presence becomes more, intimate; instead of wanting to or university. JAG Corps
"get even' with our enemy, we take oh God's attitude toward them applicants must also be a graduate =: 1'
which Is loving forgiveness and mercy.In of law school accredited by
the strains of life, nothing is as soothing and as strengthening. the American Bar Association |
as'comforting : of and be, a member of the highest The .
powers prayer.
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rl"r' ,\I I,- Cecil In Capsule. :.h J Jt I II 1 ;

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t VA-174 Award Ceremonies on
December 30 SN Steven P. Pe-

trella was presented the Meri-
xar torious Unit Commendation Medal -
r for service aboard the USS
Tutuila (ARG-1)) in waters off
South Vietnam.
AE3 Richard A.Craig was pre-

sented the Navy Unit Commendation ,.
Medal for meritorious w a
service while,serving aboard the 9 t,
.: P USS Intrepid (CVS-ll) in South- r.

I east Asian waters.

j c\IIin : : H. Clark reenlisted for four 1

..... years. last Dec. 20. Chief,Clark 1
I has 13 years in. He is an instructor -
on the A7 Armament
Systems. He and wife Jacque- -- -
\ zI fiIIIIIJ line reside with their three child' :
ren Robin, Kay and Tammy at

,/1'' srw Park.14 Freeman Drive in Orange

; i f

.i 174 Hellrazors were overall
Cecil champs in this year's

ii volleyball competitions, winning
both halves of the season in over,

, time play.
They sported a 4-1 record !in
thefirst half of the season, but a
twin record was posted by
" NAMTD. A sudden-death playoff -
gave the Hellrazors the nod.
In the second phase, AMD nosed -
the Hellrazors out with a 4-1 GROUND BREAKING. Capt. Frank M. McLlnn. Cecil skip
1 > record to their 3-2. A five-set per, shares, shovel handle with Roger Bergen of the Bruns-

+ !' .HgS1 'M playoff between ,the Hellrazorsand wick Corp, to turn first earth for the new Cecil Bowling
" NUPTIALS. John and Linda Dilaberry apply the traditional the AMDers was clincher Lanes.
military cutlery to the wedding cake following the saying of when 174 went three for five,

vows in the Cecil Chapel. Linda is the daughter of Lt. Ron winning the first, third and fourth

Turner of Quality Control. Dilaberry is a, local citizen. sets. SBob's


Cost Reduction I g MARSHALL 9359 103rd St.ACRES Pure. Service Center

.a, g .Jacksonville'moat modem mobile newest home& I. \,
For FY 68 69 community 1* now open for:. .." '
a I'' 44x75 your lota.inspection. Large Open for your convenience. 6 a.m." I 10 p.m. f h

Money -- and the saving of it--is getting"more and more publicity |5 Swimming ONLY pool$35, tennis PER MO.court, reid service. pick ip t delivery J
shuffleboard court. B-B-Q a
and lip service these days. Some people are;actually even savingit. 'B 5 i pit picnic table will be 1 Mechanic OR duty : 'Anericii' t ForeifM' Curs
In relation to the Cost Reduction program, thriftiness means |J built for your enjoyment. |
5 act today -call |
saving the government money.. And the government finances itself jj g'aEL VERANO MOTOR COURT 1
basically through taxes. Hence, the following cost.reduction\! figures Mr. P.R-.Martin. Manager a 103rd & Jammes Road
reported for FY 1968 might seem fitting "at lllme-of: year when John I 3' 359-2924 I 771 -9156 Jacksonville Florida
Q. Citizen is handed the tab and reaches for his own savings. I for full detail I
Cecil Field had a self-imposed goal of f $77,555 in{ cost reductions WmNIIIIUIIMUNIIMIIUIUIlmMIHUIIHIIIIIIIIIIimlNMIHRINmi9 I .
for FY .68. It came out with $385,271 validated dollars in savings, .. .....
or almost five hundred pr'rent above its goal. The: (igure'toppedthe
Atlantic fleet and earned special recognition from CINCLANTFLT.This e Only 2/ milts from HAS Jax Main; Gate
is how it broke down, according to figures,supplied by the 0
Office of Management Assistance at Cecil Field: 1, 2131edr... AII1..llsIr.
.. .. ,
Aircraft Maint. Div. (one Item) $382,393
.", Public Works (four items) .. '. ., 1,387 .. S13S per aeitk .
three '. .. ( '
.. Supply ( items) 1,182
S Weapons, (one item) ,<, ,. S 309
In cost reduction,efforfs for FY 196 9,Cecil has an assigned goal of elllll
$57,000. As of this printing,approximately nineteen per'cent t>f that
goal has been achieved with the following breakdown: ."..... ..
Supply (seven items) S $8,800,
AMD (two items) 1,076 m ta oQ

Weapons (one item) 1,000
A P. A R T M. iN T S
This amounts $10,876 in cost reductions already validated in the
first and second. quarter of FY 69. If this year's goal is reached, '"' r.
.Cecil will have saved the government (i.e.the taxpayer) nearly half a .the true tradition .of old Spain is"graclously .. : f ,', .
inside outside in :
reflected, both, r'
million dollars in two years. "
these unque and appealing villas: ,

Your choice of 1, 2, or 3 bedroom apartments is offered with a maximum of living space,
privacy and an ideal location in quiet, rustic Orange Park.

MONEYIN Cash Monthly Months Luxurious Spanish furniture, lush carpeting and drapes, spacious dining area and'over
sized'kitchens are but a few of the distinctive features! that make. EL MATADOR Apart
You Get Payment, to Pay '
ments ,the place for'yttjl!

1. R4.31 5.00 24.

I 219t27 n.oo. ..432Q.79
$25 to $600ARRANGED ,
J9.00. 24 ri ; c

427.5J ::25.00'' ""24500.SJ din rcIr81N1

29.00 24 .,:. .rll( .,e.(.' ,1
600.00 14.39 24 ...W"- -

BY PHONE 1'a menu inc ude interest.
FREE-:-golf at private country club

.I Wall to Wall Caipetlnf .| Abundant amount of parking N| Plenty of closets with >...-
ing room closets in mater '
M|Club tlted wimmin* pool bedroom -
Finance Company with Cabana, poolaide phone s i Front and rear entrance
and children' swimming pool
Central Heat and Al, Condi
Cloning Dlhwaher. e Garbage pick up and main
m Private terrace with glass tenance
sliding door Disposal range.and oven by -.
4721 SAN JUAN AYE. DIAL 384 ,-2341- .

5256 IJCACH: |)LVO. DIAL 359 2895

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CO Comments on Equal

Civil Service. News Employment OpportunityEditor's 4

\ ( Note: The policy of the Department of the Navy is that all

.... qualified persons' are assured equal opportunity in all matters and

that discrimination because.of race, color, religion, sex and national ,
IRD AIIIOllices origin is prohibited. Capt. H.O. Cutler, commanding officer of U.S. I
Naval Air Station Jax has issued the following statement in connection i

Job Openings herewith"I wish) to affirm that the prin- race, religion, color', sex or national ,

ciple of equal employment opportunity origin, in connection with i
: without regard to race, application for employment,pro- :
Merit promotion opportunities color, religion, sex and national motion, lay-off or discharge, job 1
,currently open for receipt of application -
origin, must and will continueto assignment disciplinary actionor t
are listed below. The
deserve and get total.support other employment matters. J
of consideration and closIng -
throughout this command. Much The procedure for filing complaints -
date of each shown.
has been accomplishedin is posted on official bulletin -
MPB No. progress
72-67. PlanDgradelevels
I i1r--- GS-4 and below, MPB No. this area, but much remainsto boards. ,
: 79-67, Plan C- all semi-skilled be done. Greater progress in "Complaints concerning T NAS
Jacksonville and alleging din
equal employment opportunitywill :
positions, level seven and
pay have and earnest crimination based on race, reli-
my personal
n.Y below and MPB No. 83-67, PlanB
r Z ; Y attention. gion, color, sex or national ori-
all skilled level
"Policy statements in them- gin may be addressed to me,
and above. Area of -
eight consideration
selves are not enough. It is Captain H.O. Cutler, as EEO Officer -
21 YEARS SERVICE-Jamcs have continuous NAS JacksonvilleAdministration -
D. Bridges Public Works, receives COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT. important that we
a retirement watch from Public Works Officer, Capt. L. Naval Hospital, Navy Com positive: efforts at all levels of Building I, or to the Department -
W. Graves during his recent retirement supervision and management.Our of the Navy EEO Officer -
ceremony. Bridges retired missary Stores, Navy Recruiting -
for and in Mr. Robert II. Willey, Office -
after more than 21 years service at NAS. I Station, Disease Vector COn- programs
all of civilian of Civilian Manpower Man-
trol Center and Resident Storage other aspects em-
.Office, Jacksonville. Applica- ployment must be characterizedby agement, Dep.1rtmentoftheNavy,
attitudes Washington,. D.C. 20390.
positive: ,
tions for these positions will be
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll and actions. "Further information regard-
accepted at any time. A separate
this maybe obtainedby
"We ing matter
are all engaged working
application must be filed for each
Ranks All together preserve the freedomof NAS Jacksonville employeesfrom
AgesLOW position: in which interested.
Mr. Michael Cascone, Em-
MPB No. 183-68 Aircraft Qua. our great nation. By so doingwe
lity Control Specialist, GS-9, must also make'every effort ployee-Management Cooperation -
RATES MPB No. 187-68 Administrative to strengthen the individual freedom Relations and Services DivisIon -

Librarian, GS-9 and MPB No. of opportunity of every per- Superintendent, Indus-
188-68 Supervisory Aerospace trial Relations Department,
EASY MONTH son."I Room 225-D 907 Mr.
Engineer, Power Plant GS12or expect all levels of super-! Building or
13. Area of consideration: vision and management to fully J.I. Bellinger, Jr., JEO As-
PAYMENTS Nationwide. Applications, for sport this policy through spe- sistant, Industrial Relations Department -
these will be that effect desired Room 225-F, U.S. Na-
positions: accepted
through the close of business results. I also expect :all personnel val Air Jacksonville,Fla."

CONTINENTAL INSURANCE Jan. 27. ,both civilian and military,
to assume a personal responsibility -
for making constructive MEN
UNDERWRITERS INC. RAY CARTERwiiimiiiiiimiiiimimtiiimiiiiiiimui contributions to achievement of or
equality of opportunity for all
(formerly Me UOllg lJ's Insurance) persons. I also expect super- 'WOMENPartTime

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the assumption of this responsibility -
Us Anytime
is a condition of their or Full Time

1:. .J.. I I I I I I I employment, Furthercomplainants Marshall' Field family owned

66 vMag CORVETTE Wh..U;4 RfcH.Speed, Llk 327 are expected to accept, enterprise has local openingsfor (
New. Specl.fPrice $2998 their obligations to support: any' ambitious men & women.
67 DR. BEL allegations of discrimnation in a Age 21 to 50. Accustomed to
:; AIR CHEVROLET.4, V-8. A/T.; moderate and factual manner. earning: above average in-
RAN perfect PS in Air every Cond.,..,.,,ect.This car: "To any Federal employee or come. Must be ready to
Only 1998 qualified applicant for employ- accept, position In January.FOR .
66 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2 ment, or his authorized
$ repre-
51 ift. This Car Ha. Had Onee..fu1 sentative, may file a complaintif 264.4224 or 737-0832
Owner. Only 3$.000mile. he believes that he has been
.. after 5 Thursday & Friday.AZALEA.
discriminated against because of
I 65 LEMANS V-8. Stick.
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""" .90"t'O. e't.\ \ This Location 6301 ROOSEVELT, BLVD. Pll 389 9226
". "" ,,-9' :..c\ *\ BANK FINANCE ON ALL
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i CO Comments on EqualEmployment

: ['Civil Service News Opportunity

\. (Editor's Note: The policy of the Department of the Navy is that all
qualified persons' are assured equal opportunity in all matters and

1 that discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex and national
IRD Announces origin is prohibited. Capt. 11.0. Cutler, commanding officer of U.S.
Naval Air Station Jax has issued the following statement In connection

F herewith)
Job Openings "I wish to affirm that the principle race religion color, sex or national -

of equal employment opportunity origin, in connection with

without regard to race, application for employment, pro-
Merit promotion opportunities and national motion, lay-off or discharge, job
color, religion, sex
,currently open for receipt of application and will continueto assignment disciplinary actionor
origin, must
are listed below. The other
total. employmen matters.
deserve and get support
area of consideration and dosing -
throughout this command. Much The procedure for filing complaints -
I date of each are shown. been accomplishedin is posted: on official bulletin
has ;
t MPB No. 72-67, Plan D-grade progress
- fl- levels GS-4 and below, MPB No. this area, but much remainsto boards. NAS
In "Complaints concerning
be Greater
i done. progress
Plan C all semi-skilled
79-67. -
. Jacksonville and alleging discrimination -
}ta A i k* re 6 .Y J _. __________ positions, pay level seven and equal have employment my personal opportunitywill and ear- based on race, reli-
MPB No. PlanB
) below and 83-67
nest attention. gion, color, sex or national ori-
all skilled positions, payleveleight
"Policy statements in them- gin may be addressed to me,
above. Area of
and consideration selves are not enough. It ,is Captain H.O. Cutler, as EEO Officer -
21 YEARS : NAS NARF NARTU. that have continuous NAS Jacksonville,Administration -
SERVICE--James C. Bridges, Public Works, receives COMFAIRJAX FAETULANT, Important we
a retirement watch from Public Works Officer, Capt. L. Naval Hospital, Navy Com- positive efforts at all levels of Building 1, or to the Department -
W. Graves, during his recent retirement supervision and management.Our of the Navy EEO Officer -
ceremony.: Bridges retired missary Stores Navy -
for and in Mr. Robert H. Willey, Office -
after more than 21 years service at HAS. i Station, Disease Vector COn- programs
of Civilian Man-
all other aspects of civilian em- Manpower
trol Center and Resident Storage
b Office, Jacksonville. ployment must be characterizedby agement, Department of the Navy,
creative attitudesand Washington, D.C. 20390.
positive '
tions for these will be
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE actions. "Further information regard-
accepted at any time. A
"We In ing this matter maybe obtainedby
are engaged working
application must be filed for each
All Ranks All AgesLOW position in which interested. together to preserve the freedomof NAS Jacksonville employeesfrom
our great nation. By so doingwe Mr. Michael Casoone, Em-
MPB No. 183-68 Aircraft Quality -
also make effort ployee-Management Cooperation -
must every
Control Specialist, GS-9,
RATES Relations and Services Division
MPB No. 187-68 Administrative to strengthen the individual free- -
dom of of Superintendent, Industrial
opportunity every per -
Librarian GS-9 and MPB No.

{ EASY MONTHLY Engineer 188-68 Supervisory, Power Plant Aerospace GS12or son."I expect all levels of super Room 225-D Relations Building Department 907 or Mr.

13. Area of consideration: vision and management to fully J.I. Bellinger. Jr., JEO Assistant -

PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL Nationwide. Applications for support this policy through spe- Industrial Relations Department -
these positions will be accepted cific actions that effect desired Room 225-F, U.S. Na-
through the close of business results. I also expect :all per- val Air Jacksonville,Fla."

Jan. 27. sonnel, both civilian d military,
1 INSURANCE to assume a personal responsibility : -
for making constructive MEN

UNDERWRITERS INC. RAY CARTER contributions to achievement of or
equality of opportunity: for all

(Formerly McDougoll's Insurance) persons. I also expect super- 'WOMENPartTime

6479 Roosevelt llvd. 388 7676 visory personnel to recognizethat

Call, Us 'Anytimex the assumption of this responsibility -
Ul WLwiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiminiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiUL is a condition of their or Full Time

1\\, ....",. .' y employment. Further,complain- Marshall Field family owned
66 CORVETTE. 4, Sped 327 ants' are expected to accePi'( enterprise has local openn'for"ambitlous { s
: ,t. ',' V-8, ,Mar; Whe U.; R&H. Lik. '
''t... .... 'o, I New.. Special: Price $2998 their obligations to support, any men & women.
f' 67 CHEVROLET. 4 DR. BEL allegations of discrimnation in a Age 21 to 50. Accustomed to
AIR 27 zOO 0 mite*. VAT..; moderate and factual manner. earning above average In
RfcH PS Air Cond. This c.rperfect "To any Federal employee or come. Must be ready to
in t.egect.
i very Only $1998 qualified ,applicant for employment accept position in January.FOR .

'S 66 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2 or' his authorized repre-
DR. H/T. V-8. R&H Stick
Shift. This 'Car Ha Had One sentative, may file a complaintif 264-4224 or 737-0832
Careful Owner. Only 35.000 he believes that he has been
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mil. $1698| Thursday G Friday
against because of
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Savings Bonds Offer See Now Lawdc

_.val'S'.Plle" ,

,Tax Free Education Of Memorial

".;' Secretary of,,the Navy, ,Paul R.
Jax -. A college education for year file federal Income tax return -' a Ignatius recently expressed his
your children is one of the most in the child's name listing appreciation to the many men and
important investments one can increase in bond value;as incometo I women of the Navy who contri-
make. It is a costly one and the child. This"establishes buted to, and supported, the
growing more so.eachyeanhow-; intent and net,-further returns creation of the Army Navy Mu-'
ever, it is manageable if taken need be filed as long as bond seum in Pemberton House,at Independence -
", in easy stages through system- interest plus other income comesto National HistoricalPark
{., atic purchasing of U. S. Savings less' than $600. No tax isdue Philadelphia.The .
Bonds. Tax savings maybe realized unless his total income in any
,lone exceeds $900. Thus museum is located near
when Savings Bonds are' year ,
purchased for educational ,pur=: when a child's bonds are cashedto .Independence Hall and serves to
poses. meet college costs all accrued highlight the roles
One method is to..purchase'E E interest is free from federal Income 7 F M of the Army and Navy in the
bonds in the child's name with tax. g Revolutionary War and in: the'
parent as beneficiary '(not co Or you may wait to file a history of the Republic.

owner). At. .thev end of the first federal income tax return until SALES BOOST Navy Chief C.E. Burns displays the "Voice
project was started in 1958 .
'- the child begins to cash the bonds
006QOQ from the Arizona" disc at Pearl Harbor, where the sunken USS by the Navy, and in 1965 the Na-
to pay college expenses. A return -
would then be filed by the Arizona rests in 38 feet of water beneath a memorial which tional Park Service, accepted
t r GIANT SWAP MEET child each year, reporting the bears the battleship's name. $450,000 in contributions from
I JAX LARGEST FLEA full amount: of interest on redeemed the Association of the United
MARKET bonds as income. If New Record Features States Army and the Navy lea-
total income is less than $900. gue,of the United'States..

r All Spaces Under Shelter no tax is due. 'Voice' The Director of Naval History
) 20th and Edgewood Co ownership form of re ,- USS Arizona's represented the Secretary of the

gistration may be used only if -.Jax- --- Americans- -- have' not Jack F. Langham, of Phoenix, Navy on the joint board for the
\ Every Sat. 9 am 6:00: pm the child's own funds are used design of the museum and the
Harbor if
Sun. 9 am'- 6:00: pm to purchase the bonds.If 'forgotten sales of the Pearl new stero record early, Ariz.Pearl Harbor Branch 46 of the construction, of the exhibits.
additional information is desired -
Association the Formal dedication of the joint
Fleet Reserve got
"Voice from the Arizona, are
write to the Department of forecast. idea to produce Lar bam's memorial took place on Sept. 27,
768-7058 or 768-4793 the Navy Savings Bonds, Bureauof any
13RPM record
354-9119 Naval Personnel Wash.D.C. More than 4,000 copies were poem on a
sold during its first week on with background music by the
music stands in Honolulu where Navy Choir, to raise funds for
the record went on advance sale the upkeep of the USS Arizona
Dec. 7,the 27th anniversary of the Memorial.The .
: WESCONNETTFLORIST Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. $500,000 memorial builtin
: About 25,000 copies are slated 1962 over the sunken hull of the
for national release this month. battleship requires constant
maintenance because it is exposed -
"Voice from the Arizona", to the elements like a ship at FOR YOUR NEW OR
features a female voice,presum- USED CAR OR TRUCKBE
We ,wire Flowers ably the battleship herself sea.Proceeds from the record sale SURE TO SEE:
Located halfway between Cecil & HAS at speaking to the mothers, fathers will also go to the Fleet Reserve
103rd St. & Wesconnett Blvd. and wives' of the men who went Association's youth, programs PHIL_
5329 WESCONNETT BLVD down with the'Arizona. including the Sea Scouts, Little PHILLIPS

It Is a tribute to the famous League' and college scholarshipsfor
PHONE JJ} 3770 battleship written in poetry by a needy sons and'daughters of U.S.I Hayr' Retied
; '' : retired Navy chief petty officer Navy families. Jax, Navy, "
The "Voice from the Ari- Federal Credit Union

tJ. ... ,., zona" disc is being distributedthis

: :' ;- 7 ;0r ';",; -: '1>; M record week thrpughout shops, departmentstores nationto
I .' H 1';I. j .," .. ,' '" and military PX's. It is !!
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"" *" -i Hong Kong Flu To Hit U/

I r r NATTC Sctne.J

: Behind l The .,Peak Here this MonthThe

By Phyllis, Harkins I ti .
Two NATTC Navymen MM1 the USS Allagash, the USS Ever- ,
GeorgeStroffregenand AE3 Car- try.Petty Officer Stroffregen and glades and the USS Neosho. He influenza began in China, The best ways to prevent Hong
melo Preziosi, have recently his family moved to Montreal, reported aboard the Naval Air hit Hong Kong with force and acquired Kong Flu are avoiding crowds, i
acquired the priviledge of citi- Canada in 1951. While in Canada Technical Training Center in its name, traveled the not getting over-fatigued and !
zenship to the United States. he became a Canadian citi Sept. and serves as the leading Pacific and across the United getting plenty of rest. If you
Petty Officer Stroffregenborn zen. Due to his father's work, petty officer at special services.He States in the relatively, short should become ill, consult a doc I
in Muenster, WestGermanytook it was necessary to make another and his wife reside in the Jacksonville period from late summer e'arly tor. i
his oral test for citizenship in move in 1959 to Jacksonville.His vicinity. fall.While .... Before and after seekingmed- ;
the United States on Dec. 11. Canadian citizenship expired It is quite another story with no definite statistics are ical help, you should stay in
and answered the many ques- in 1965 and since that time, AE3 Carmelo Preziosi who was available at this time,other than a bed, drink 6 to 8 glasses of '
tions concerning different phases he has been a man without a born in Monte Leone, Italy.Petty gross count of school and in'. water a day, take aspirin. Don't t
of goyernment. He is await- country. Officer Preziosi has been in the dustrial absences and a gross overeat and don't smoke.
ing notice for the final ceremony During Petty Officer Stoffrejj&ts Navy sinceJan ry.He has want- count of out-patient treatmentsat A vaccine has been developedto f
when he will be officially naval career, which began ed to become a citizen of this hospitals and clinics, the Hong combat theinfluenzabutdueto
sworn in as a citizen of th a July 1961, he served aboard country but it was not possibledue : Kong Flu is similar to the limitedquanitities it is beingdis- I'
,,-- -' to his beingtransferred.. Asian flu of 1957. Similar in tributed on a priority basis. Re- .
Another mixup came the day he medical but not fatality aspects.Lt. cruit training commands, West- i
received notification to take the M.S. Harris of the Naval Pac, elderly people and persons "
AftbLE examination. They)letter arrivedthe Air Station dispensary said that with respiratory ailments head
afternoon of the day of the while there have been many with the distribution list. Be-
test, however, the test had been. flu symptoms, the disease has not cause they are less suseptibleto \
LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE scheduled for that morning/This reached serious proportions on the disease, active duty per-
was straightened out and'finally the station. The same was reported sonnel will be supplied with the
on Dec. 4, he passed his'test and by spokesmen from the vaccine as soon as more is avail-
3909 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771 -3385 was sworn in.[ / Jacksonville Health Department '
Petty Officer Preziosi arrivedat and the Duval County Health De- Hong Kong Flu is due ;
the Naval Air Technical Train- partment. to hit its peak in January, so
ing Center in[ May to attend AEA( ) Persons most suseptible to the follow the prescribed methodsof
School. He graduated on Nov. 7 virus are those with respiratory prevention or if you do become -
I MIXED DRINKS FOR and is presently.on board pending diseases and elderly people. But ill see a doctor and follow -
transfer to Fleet Air Reconnaissance the disease does not confine itself the previously mentioned
I Half PriceLADIES Squadron 1 homeported in to those individuals. routine.
Atsugi, Japan. Prior to coming to
NATTC, he was assigned to North
ONLY C1 Island, San Diego. Prerequisites for February
The Naval Air Technical

DRIVE IN SERVICE performed Training Center for approximately Drill Team Advancement Exams Due lit1

13,000 spectators Dec. 30, at the
CASE LOTS at Gator Bowl during the 1968 Gato-
rama. Testing time for advancementin established to benefit "exceptionally -
WHOLESALE PRICES The Jaxon Lancers, consisting rate is nearing which means well-qualified" men, many
of 22 men, performed 15 maneuvers that the deadline for completingthe commanding officers had hesi-
.. and manuals of arms. TJhey required prerequisites is tated to go out on a limb in recommending -

(Continued on Page I ID I)' even closer. these people. To
All personnal concerned with discourage shying away from this
advancing in rate by participating the EWQ qualification for a
in the February 1969,exam waiver has been dropped for the
should be aware that they must Feb. 1969 exams. The rules now
': meet all 'the requirements. In say waivers can be authorizedfor
Christmas Bills?..> ,,. order to be eligible the profes- qualified personnel of all

'.' ,,. ... sional, military: (including,Military ratings and apprenticeships.Among i .
'-11. ..:;1. Leadership exampracticalfactors )
those waiversin
and performance tests
the 1968 74
February exam,
for the
requirements next
Pay 'em off with pay percent passed the third class
a grade must be in order to com
exam as opposed to 67 percent
In the Navy-wide exam.
who took the after
CREDIT UNION LOAN The Military Leadership' in rate.Anyone test spendingtime
exams are mandatory for E-4 and
E-5. This test is administeredin
granted waiver for
When those monthly bills stack up the ESO Bldg, 995. The final a
G higher than the take-home pay, you can the.February exam will have until -
chance for those who haven'ttaken
use some Credit Union help. When bills the day before the exam to
:. pile up and things look dark, stop in it will be Tues., Jan. 21 complete their required courses -
and see us about a bill-consolidation,. at 8 a.m. All required written however, it is strongly recommended -
loan. > ,r 4- courses must be completed priorto that personnel com-
Jan 15. Chiefs moving to
-S. up plete their courses as soon as
the E-8 and .E-9 grade must ,
possible to alleviate any ques-
have their' required training tion of eligibility.;

exam date on Feb. 25.
A time-in-rate waiver will a- "

JAX FEDERAL gain become vital to many interested -
in advancement. As
NAS JAX BLDG. 39 Tel. 384-1391 or Base Ext. 2/431 to proven tram the results of
Hours: Hon. Fri. !330 4:30
tests those granted waivers outperform
NAS CECIL FIELD BUg. 26 Tel. 771-3211. Ext. 2J5 their competitors who
Hours; Moiu Fri. 8:30 3:00
have spent the required time in fitutuiwt:,
grade. Although the waiver wasNEW.ENLARGED





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MoviesMovies Big Branch Rd.:, 5 Acres r 10 3921 Lane Ave., S. 3Br;, 2Ba.,

acres & ,larger. Terms. Ph. Fam. Rm., Fplc., BIRO,- Dish- ..
282-5272 or 2825224.. washer, Ref rig., C/Ht & Air.
t.... 2 Car Gar., 6 ft. fenced yd. '

will be showu nightly MILITARY GUEST QTRS. $185 Mon. Orange Park Realty,

at the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. 2 Dr. Furn. Apt. A/C Furn. 264-2411. Option to Buy.
There will also be a kiddie mat- Built In elect. kitch. Will rent
inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and! a Ads should. be Mailed l Ic the Holt Publishing Company to TAD personnel. Suitable for STEREO UNCLAIMED '
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- 1950 Blinding!, 01 I'd. Jacksonville. Florida. 32210 Co arrive Families or Bachelors. 5 min.to Christmas Lay Aways left un-
day and! holidays.The not later than Tuesday for publication the ,following Thurs NAS. 1V.Utensils.Elec.Blanket claimed. Beautiful Stereo-Radio
Hospital Theater will have day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published 264-6884. Combination Walnut Console
nightly feature 7 the following week unless the publisher( is. instructed other. optional Model that has never been used.
one J p.m.Cecil order for the full cost of thead must
wise. A heck or money You can have for balance $68.
Field will have two nightly be received WITH the xopy for the ad. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE
$9 Phone 353-1946 4
shows during the week at 5:30 or per mo.
Over 50 Used Trailers 8, 10, .
and! 8 Matinees will be ANYTIME. Will deliver, no ob-
p.m. DO NOT SEND CASH 12 wides. Phone 398-1126. Mr.

shown on weekends at 2 and RATE: Minimum charge( lin.t). . . . 12.00 Alderman. 4118 Philips Hiway.A ligation. 1606 Main Street.

5 p.m. Per additional; line ((4 words par line}. .-. 0.50
Ratings: A-Adults; G-General FOR SALE 1964 FORD

Audience; M-Matured Youths; S- "SPOT"- FOR YOU Country Squire Sta. Wag., 9
Superior; E-Excellent;VG-Very To selected, highly capable Of- pass. A/C P/S. $995.1180 Elm
Good; G-Good; F-Fair; CNA LAKE LOTS VIETNAM VETERANSStop ficers and Senior Petty Officers St. O'Park Fla. Call 264-5447.

Class Not Available. Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. paying high. rent. You can leaving the service a leading
Terms. Call Owner 387-7379. NOW buy VA repossessed homes nationwide firm offers a position SINGLE HOLLYWOOD BED

Thursday, Jan. 9 for $100 down with VA paying with an income that need never Used 3 Mos. Perf. Cond.. $20.

FOR RENT OR FOR SALE closing costs. $62 mo. & up. stop climbing. A job you'll like 786-0561 or 388-2916.
NAS: "THE MAN OUTSIDE" Houses & Apts. Equity VA & Give us your address & we will in a choice of locations.Company

starring Van Heflin. Color spy FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. mail up to date list VANSANDT sponsored orientation to speed MOBILE HOME FOR SALE'OR'
drama. (G/G 97 mins. ) Call Powell or Mills. USN REALTY 3871213.' your transition. Write to P. O. RENT. 55x10 plus 6'' Ft. Tilt'

HOSPITAL: "THE STRANGERRETURNS' Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park Box 13177 Orlando Fla. 32809 Out Lr., 2Br., Furn. Near Cecil.
starring Tony An- Realty..MIlitary-Free Notary. Attn: Eastern Area Manager. 264-6719.
thony and Dan Vadis. (A/G 90 HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER -r;

mins.) Excel. condition 4 Br., 2B.Cen PART-TIME CHRISTMAS LAYAWAYSLeft
: MARRIED E-4's and above. Are
tral A/C & Heat Redwood fence. Unclaimed Sewing MachinesWe
AWAYS" McCor- 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath
starring Patty you having trouble making ends
Rolling Hills area 781-3680 have 2 1969 DialomaticZig
mack and Brooke Bundy. Color Bungalow w/stove&ref rig.Furn. time. any- meet? We can work your hoursin that have been
Zags never
teenage drama. (A-M/VG 91 Dining Rm., Garage & Space with your duty schedule. Phone used. Christmas Lay-
They were
mins.) Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8-5545. 2646485.
DIAL TOM CAVINESS I Aways that were never picked

If you would like to become a STEREO AMPLIFIER up. Customers left area. We are
Friday Jan. 10 WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear Disc Jockey Newscaster or An- 28 Watt, with Stereo Auto turntable unable to locate them. You can
NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of nouncer. A recorded message by together or separate Ph have these machines for bal. of
NAS: "SALT AND PEPPER"starring Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn.
Tom Caviness tells you how. 384-7435. $47 each. Cash or terms. Phone
Sammy Davis Jr. and Apts. Newly. painted 2 BR, LR, Ph. 3554834. 353-1946 ANYTIME. We deliver.No .
Peter Lawford. Color 67 CHEVELLE ST. WAGON
comedy. Kit. Furn. Nook 2 Car parking. 1606 Main Street.
(A-M/VG 101 mins.) Water Sewage &.Garbage includ. Unclaimed .Stand trans., R&H, new tires obligation.
HOSPITAL "THE MAN OUTSIDE" Good Condition Ph. 3847435.
: Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. CAll NEVER USED
387-2541 nites or weekends Call
Twin needle Zig Zag sewing ma-
CECIL FIELD: "SECRET LIFE 389-0744. 1961 MGA 1600-1300 1967 CHRYSLER
OF AN AMERICAN WIFE" starring chine. Makes buttonholes fancy Has Current State Inspection Newport Custom 4 Dr. HdTop.All .
FORIALEProfessional designs, blind hems Pay bal.
Walter Matthau and Anne Sticker. 7253164. power:> & .SPECIAL$2195..
Hammond Organ. & $25 cash or $5 mo. Dealer. Free
Jackson. (A/VG 92 mins.) Call Mr. Madison Base Ext.2431.
Leslie Cabinet 282-5157 after home trial. 771-9106 anytime. or 384-5941 WE FINANCE.
5 (pm. 6437 Wilson Blyd. NAVAL OFFICER RETIRES-
Saturday Jan. I 11NAS I r
Ohiforms for sale Bargain All 2 BR. NEW TRAILERFor

: "LEGEND OF LYLAHCLARE" Retirii| Sooty? ALL FOREIGN CAR OWNERS seasonsalso Bridge Coat & Rent or Sale Near Cecil
starring Kim Novak Your Parts &. Service Center Greens. Call.744-0364. Field. 389-2618. :'
and Peter Finch. Color drama. Interested in education? PERFORMANCE CARS INC.

(A-M/VG'130 mins.) Counseling Type work? 2144 Blanding Blvd. 3880428.ZIG ORTEGA HILLS VA 4 3/4 WANTED FEMALE ROOMMATETO

o HOSPITAL: "SALT AND. PEP Making above'' average 'Income $118 mo. 3 Br., 2 Ba., LR, Share beautiful Villagewood .
PER" ,' ? If the answers to DR, Paneled Den Eat in Kit., Apt. Near NAS. 781-5195 after
CECIL FIELD: "THE STRANGER these questions are yes ZAG NEVER USED Bit. in Rg & Ov. 'AC., W-W 5 PM.
RETURNS" for Interview appointmentwrite sews 2 needles. Buttonholes Carpet, Cust. Drapes Fn. yd.
giving name address Overcasts Blind Hems Mono- 384-4397. FOR YOUR FISHING NEEDS
phone No. to 1950 Blending grams, Fancy Design Needs no '
MatineeNAS Blvd. Box B, J Jaz, 32210. attachment. Bal. $23 or $4 mo. Stop at Fisher's Bait & Tackle
Saturday Guaranteed Salary.l 725-5944..Dealer. HAPPY NEW YEAR 1963 BUICK Live Shrimp, Minnows Shiners _.'
: "CHUKA" starring Rod SKYLARK Gd. Cond. Gd. Gas. & Tackle. 1660 Blanding.' Blvd. c

Taylor and Ernest Borgnine.Col- --------------- Call 3873741. Best offer. Ph. 3871841. 'm'mFURN.
or Western -"SEA HOUND" '
plus; APT. NR. NAS & CECIL
chapter 13. ((105 mins.) 66
AT/AC R&H $1350 Ph. 389- 2BR.( Swim Pool. .$70. 771-0348..

OPEN HHBBMI SUNDAY 0608. 772-2631.
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ClubSchedules 1963 FIAT 1100 D-
1966 CAMBRIDGE TRAILER' Economy Transportation for

10'x60\ Tipouts 2Br., Central 375. Call P.M. & weekends. .
A/C W/W carpet 40' Awning 389-5234.
5'x7' Shed. 7236 Blanding Blvd.
No job too large or small.Trailers -
BLUE JACKETS INN -- To- ornamental iron fuel
.gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inpertlon. DASCHUND PUPPIES FOR SALE work
nights entertainment will be pro- stands. Westside Custom
Then w'lun.d up tightened and replaced everythingthat AKC Shots and oil
vided by The Rowe Brothers. needed It. And guaranteed them 100% 'for the repair or Welding Corner Lane & Lenox. .
Tomorrow night The Dooms Day replacement of all major mechanical parts for 30 day or 1000 wormed. Ph. 781-1182. 781-9482. ,
mile Come on I IP and double check.
Refreshment Committee will be
tions will be the music. makers ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL SYSTEM assume payments of $59.41 per NAS & CECIL. 3 BR.. 2 Ba.,
month. Mo. Ho. 781-
both Saturday.aoo Sunday after- 63 VW SEDAN. . '. $895 3028. Mustang Kit. Equip. A/C & C/H. Fenced
noons beginning at 2pm.: Phil yard. 2003 Braque Court. 781-
Cay and the Chantels; plus the 65 VW SEDAN.$1195 FOR SALE 3437.

Hipps Girls will be on Stage 66 VW SEDAN '. .$1395 1967 Plymouth Fury III Conver
beginning at 9 p.m. Saturday and tible. Take over payments. $100 35x100 ACRE TRAILER LOTS

the Crystal Cathedral begin their 67 VW SEDAN. :.. .$1595 Mo. Total $2453.14 Call 725- 4' Chain Link Fence 950 Gal-

music making at 8 p.m. Sun- : ; . ') 8406. lon Sewage Systems Water and
68, VW SEDANS LIK$ NEW .V-i/rv/.jir: ':, .; $' .. Electric on Lots. MAIL ROUTE

day.The Camelots begin the week 66 VW FASTBACK. . #1--': ;\. '. .'v. $1495 HOME FOR SALE School Bus stop, 9 miles from
for entertainment Jan. 13, followed Oak Hill Park, Lg. 4 Br.. 2B. NAS Jax. Cleared graded. No'
by the Soul Challengers 66 VW Deluxe Station Wagon .\:. . .. .$1695 all G.E. Bit. in kit, Central Dwn. Pymt. IMMEDIATE PO-

Jan. 14, and the Rowe Brothers 66 VW Squar back. . .'.. $1650 Heat and A/C. Dining & Family SESSION.' Green Head Wild Mal-
Jan. 15.CPO. Rms., Can assume 5 1/4 FHA lard Ducks.'Black Rose & Single

CLUB .-- Mark Castle 67 VW KARMANN GHIA $1900, loan. 771-4983. comb Bantam hens. Ph.264-5140; .
will provide the music tomorrow
67 VW Fastback.' 1.. $1795 .'
will be onstage
and The Crips

Saturday. Evening menu .67 VW Fastback, Air Condo . . $2050 Like New, 4 Dr. Desk Does Has state inspection sticker
specials at the club include fried : everything Buttonholes, Monograms .$:.
chicken for $.95 Tuesday, rib 66 VALIANT 2 .$1190 Blind hems Overcasts, ?1'

eye steak $1.35 Wednesday,pizzas 66 PLYM BARRACUDA: : AT/c -8 $1695 Automatic Bobbin Winder Free \;
for $.95 Thursday and seafood PB home trial. Bal. $40. of $5 mo. JUSTISS TRAILER PARK1

Friday for $1.65. Sirloin 725-5944. Dealer. 1350. Univer- Qtr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean 1 :- .,.
steak will be on the menu Sat- : OVER 50,CARS TO CHOOSE. FKOM sity Blvd. N. modern trailers & Apts. 389-J '.

urday and prime rib roast Sun- 3007. 1
''It .
day. Saturday and Sunday menu .
will begin at noon.
specials ACEY DEUCY -- The club (Plymouth) V-100 6 Cyl. $500 SINGER '
special.. cash-Very good condition. 791- GOLDEN SEW ;'
has begun a new menu
A buffet 'dinner will be served 2123 or 398-1285 after 5:00. Like New 4 dr. desk. 'Does
11 a.m. INC. One owner_ all this without attachments
every day beginning at
tonholes fancy designs, blind
for $1.25 all you can eat,
Weekend entertainment will be S. Jacksonville Fla. 781 5511 1 WANTED HOUSEKEEPERFor hems overcasts winds bobbin
by The Five Clubs Fri- general housework' & pre- through needle. Bal. $41 or$5.20

day provided, The Tune Twisters Satur- Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5, Open Sun. 1 PM to 6PM pare evening meal.. Hrs. 2-7 mo. Free home trials. 77--8211
Dealer. 6431 Wilson Blvd.
p.m. Call 771-7085.
day and Mel Gaden Sunday.

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gained Cecil, the top spot in cost reduction for the Atlantic :
Fleet. Clarence Baggs (bottom) long-time FOD truck driver at I
'9 d y /Q7x Cecil was featured in the Florida Times-Journal Sunday Magazine Hwy 17 Or..|.. Park
in his continuing. battle ;against foreign object damage. 264-9835
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Kal's Korner, ,'..r. ,:. '" .,.'...,.....,;...: Fliers Home Sat. Night; ;
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Sports of all sorts perk up once again at NAS as the year '69 ..
currently undergoes its baptismal.. Seek Even Season Mark ;


Jax Navy, Fliers dropped their first two games of the New z'4 Jai; -- The Jax Navy Fliers met with defeat over the holidays
Year but a 4-5 slate during 68' leaves the base quintet only one bowing': to a pair of college outfits Gardner Webb and Edward
game under .500. Waters.: The two setbacks put the Fliers' season mark at four f
Coach Tom Warner's team is proving to be an exciting;high wins against five losses.In .
scoring club but second half lapses have caused the NAS cagers a high-scoring contest against Gardner Webb, the Flier
problems.The I scoring duo of Steve Miller and John Mann combined for 56 points
Fliers possess a prolific scoring pair (the M & M boys) but they couldn't overcome the balance employed by Gardner
--and it is not Mantle and Maris -- which are currently accounting Webb enroute,to a 109-83 victory.
for nearly half of the Flier offensive totals. 0aI
John Mann a 5-10 165-pound dynamo from St. Louis Missourihas The contest was 54-51 at halftime, but the winners outshot Jax
burned the hardcourt nets for 184 points In nine contests for t, Navy 55-32 in the final half to wrap up the win.

an average of 20.4 points per game. The sharpshooting guard M Five men hit double figuresfor points to pace Jax Navy. Steve
netted 31 points in the season opener against Edward Waters Gardner Webb College while Miller, who has hit nearly 80%
College for his, season high. 7 John Mann laced adozen fieldersand of his free throws this season,
The other half of the potent scoring duo is Steve Miller. Miller I five charity tosses for 29 banged in seven field goals and
has bombed opposing defenses for: 171 points in eight games. He 13 of 16 free throw attempts to
sat out one contest with the flu. The 6-2.forward from Sidney N finish the evening with 27 points
Iowa racked up 29 points in his top performance of the season. Navy Jax Swim and Ken Winkle meshed five goals
Miller has hit 60 field goals and 51 free throws for 171 points A and a free throw for 11 points.
and a 21.4 average.
Other top performers for the Fliers include 6-5 Greg Burham, VERY INTERESTINGAsidefrom Team to Host Jax Navy visited Edward Wa-
a product,of Missoula, Montana; 6-4 Pete Bovenkamp from Lynden, being one of the girls who ters College Saturday night, and I
Washington; Texan Ken Winkle, and Ohioans Nick McBride and has graced Johnny Grant's attempted to avenge an earlier I
Bob Tuscan have also played vital supporting roles in the early shows in Vietnam Leslie Me Mttt Saturday loss, but the hosts overpoweredthe i
going for the Flier five. Rae earned the title of Miss In. Fliers with a 52-poInt scoring I '
The Jax Navy Cagers return to their home confines Saturday ternational Bikini of 1967 a spree in the final 20-minutes of
night for a game against the Massey Business and Technical well-deserved honor. Jax -- The Navy Jax Swim action and scored an 86-78 win. I
School at 7:30 p.m. All home games are played in the gym Building Team host their second invita- The Miller-Mann scoring duet I
3. With the South Atlantic Regionals and All Navy basketball tour- IM Volleyball Stiidiif! tional swim meet Saturday. which had been averaging nearly
nies scheduled for here in February, you might benefit from a 42 points a game paced the Flier I
glimpse at our club which serve for the VAP-62 4-0 Fifteen events are slated for
may as a preview up- attack with 18 and 17 points re-
the meet with action slated to begin -
coming big tournaments. FICEUR 2-0 spectively. Nick McBride netteda
NARTU 4-1 at 9 a.m. Participants ranging I'
dozen markers, 6-5 Greg Bur-
SWIM MEET A/C Maintenance 2-2 up to age 17 are eligiblefor
ham dumped in 11 and Ken Winkle
Swimming enthusiasts will be interested tn the meet slated for 679th 1-3 Saturday's meet -- the second canned 10 for the losing Jax Navy
' the base Indoor pool (adjacent to the Bowling Alley) Saturday,morning MARTD 0-1 of our scheduled for the quintet.
i at 9 a.m. Many of the top area swimmers: will be competing{ Hospital 0-2 NAS pool.
and any Naval personnel or dependents who are Interested in taking FAETU 0-4 The meets are part of the Navy The Fliers meet Delta Drugs
part are encouraged to do so. Jax Winter Development Friday night at 7:30 and host
Acey Deucy pro- Massey B & T In a 7:30 contest
and lends the
AUTO gram necessary
RACINGThe Saturday. Both'games will be in
facilities to swimming aspirantsin
Daytona "500" is just around the corner -- February 23-- ElectionsHeld the immediate area. the NAS Gym.rtt1S.
and the time trials and sprints precede the big race during the
earlier part of the month., I, attended the Indianapolis "500" Memorial -
', Day and if DayrOl is one-tenth of Indy it will be worth the
trip. Tickets range from $4 to $25, but I held the inexpensive Today
':ducats at Indianapolis and came away with a day to remember. I Wloo $J wa @ !

AFL ALL STAR GAME, Jax -- Elections will be held

January '19 is a big day for local snorts( fans. The American for the offices of president and
Football: League All-Star game comes to Jacksonville for the second secretary of the First and Second
'"consecutlve'-year'and'an[ 'abundance of tickets''remaln.ori.sale. This Class Petty 'Officer's Mess at
.:game allows -area fans to see the best performers in the AFL. Joe 4:30 today in the club. All first '" f .,' .
Namath (currently sporting 'nothing but his gimpy knees), Lance and second class petty officers ,
Alworth (conceded to be pro football's premier pass receiver), authorized to utilize,the club may
,Miami's Bob Griese (that's kids' stuff, Florida product Hewritt ,
Dixon and K.C.'s Bobby Bell are among the marquee headliners. vote.The nominees for the officeof 1.1- 1le,

SUPER BOWL president which has) been held f
for the past year by AG2 Jim 'I ;
WFGA-TV, Channel, will carry exclusive coverage of Sunday's Young, are ADJI Harvey Alli- "'t
"Super Bowl;" contest between the AFL king", New York, and the son and AEI Jack Sessions. To
NFL's reigning power, Baltimore. Coverage Is scheduled to beginat fill JOI Fred Winne's secretarialpost :
3 p.m. from Miami's Orange Bowl HMI T.C. Robinson and PR2 .' .', ,
Marvin Hays have been oomlJ !:,' :,!"' .

NATTC belli booming aerials. ,A bril- nated. '

liant display of fireworks con- All first and second class petty
(Continued from Page 8)) sisting of 350 shells ended the officers are urged to:vote for the
program. Future leadership of their club. 'L7lG'C'S
were extremely well received as
shown by a letter received from
Peter Kirill, Gatorama chair- ----l 1
man, expressing appreciation for THE LEICHTY QUARTETTE .
the Jaxon Lancers'part in makingthe

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The crowd also enjoyed the
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CHANGING THE GUARD--Cdr. W.H. Saunders III, VP-45 commanding officer (at the controls
t of 151375)) bids farewell to VP-45's departing detachment Cdr. R.E. Blanding' (flying 150605)over )
the Gulf of Thailand Dec. 13. VP-45 officially relieved VP-49 of West Pac duties the'next '
.,. day at Naval Station Sang ley Point, Republic, of the Philippines. 68 GALAXIE I

m 'VP-45 Starts Philippine Deployment 500 4 DR. HARDTOPV8

Auto trans., Factory Air.cond'S2595
Power' W/W
Steering, R&H
Jax -- Patrol Squadron 45, craft touched down at Sangley The Sangley-based detachment
homeponed at NAS Jax, arriv- Point to culminate the 9,500-: is responsible for flights in.sup
ed at Naval Station Sangley Pointin mile trip from Jax that included port of "Operation Market 67 FORD
the Philippines shortly before stops at NAS Moffett Field Calif., Time," the Navy's integratedland
Christmas to begin an extended NAS Barbers Point, Hawaii and air and sea effort to deny
period of support.of U.S. operations NAS Agana, Guam. The remain- free passage of communist yes. LTD
I in Southeast Asia. ing squadron planes arrived in sels attempting to land suppliesfor
( Led by Cdr. W.H. Saunders III, two other groups. _. enemy forces in South Viet- Loaded1 Vinyl top and beautiful $2095
t squadron skipper,the first three-. Equipment and personnel which
plane contingent of squadron air- were not loaded aboard squadron nam.After VP-45 'assumed the
aircraft were airlifted to Sangleyin Sangley duties, VP-49 "Woodpecker" -
huge Air Force C-141' Star- aircraft returned hometo '67GTO
.. lifter cargo planes. NAS Patuxent River, Md.
Soon after arrival, VP-45 began This marks the second!deploy-
t (Continued from Page I)
coordinating activities with ment of VP-45 to 'the Western 2 DOOR HARDTOP
; creasing his unit's' VP-49 to effect a smooth turn- Pacific theater. In 1985, the
support capa- over of Sangley Point duty, The "389" V-8, 4-speed transmission '
.bllity. Left;, shorthanded when squadron was stationed for 'six ;, '
"Fony Niners"had held down the R&H, WSW, Vinyl 995'
many of his experienced technicians months at Adak, Alaska, in support top. ,
S were transferred, be Initiated Atlantic Fleet squadron commit- of U.S. operations in the
ment at Sangley for the preceding -
for their
) a cram course northern. P.acific.
unseasoned replacements and in a six-month period. The squadron,.'like its VP-49
short time was offering fullscale counterpart, flies the LockheedP3 NEW USED
dental care for the Marine ; Orion, latest in patrol avia-
troops. This included work inc tion and anti-submarine warfare
preventive dentistry programs MEMO 1 aircraft. Powered by four Al- CARS CARS
right in the field for men who lision turbo-prop engines and
couldn't reach his base of ALIEN RE6ISW.fl II guided by precision radar and
operations. He. also gave l his DtJRJJ6MONTH( navigation equipment, the Orion
time in a. dental program for OFavuARr has the ability to fly to a point '
Vietnamese children. Concern- &! 1,000 miles out to sep, remainon 67 IM.PALASUPER
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1 'me out there because they V-8, A/T, PS, PB',. R&H, Strato
did! 'most of trte work." Bench bucket seats, red-line wide,$ 1995
.' Chief Hix now' resides with his oval.tires.
wife, Barbara, and three childrenin
Orange'Park and works in the,, '
Property and Accounting Officeof 67 CAMARQ2DR.
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