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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1969
Frequency: weekly
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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 considered an official 1 expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 27 NO. 37 u. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE
FLORIDA DECEMBER 4, 1969




USO Pal Day Set for Saturday ISt.



Augustine will show its Council. tivities. Servicemen may also
$ appreciation for the service of Serviceman and women take their girls friend to Pal Day.
thousands of servicemen assigned to the air station and' Included in the USO itineraryof
Saturday when it opens it at- tenant commands can take ad- sightseeing are museums,
NW tractions free of charge duringthe vantage of free bus tran- historic houses, alligator farms,
N yMb annual USO Pal Day. sportation to and from the days the restoration area and
As many as 15,000 servicemenand festivities. (See schedule below) Marineland of Florida. Horse-
I their families are,expected to Most' of the ancient's city's drawn train and trailer tours" of '
attend from nearly 60 In- attractions are extending ad- the city will be available at no
stallations in Florida, Georgia, mission free courtesies to charge.
dI South Carolina and North servicemen in uniform and their Busses and cars can be parkedat
Carolina. Invitations were extended immediate family. Uniforms area the Visitor's Information
by the local United Ser- must for those
who wish to take Center located a block north of
vices Organization (USO) advantage of the day's free ac- the Old City Gates at 10 Castillo

Drive. Trailer trains, carragesand
Sharing Drive in Full SwingJax buses will depart the Center
1 frequently during the day, with
busses providing round-trip

SK3 Caddis Friendship Park of Camp Fire Girls, with monetaryand transporation to Marineland.
Jacksonville will be the scene for food contributions from the Bus
Schedule
SK3 Wave NamedTo the gathering together of con- activities of the Naval. Air
tributions for this year's Station. Depart NAS ,Barracks'D'
Christmas Sharing Drive. The LCdr. G.M. Sheldon, air station at 9:10 a.m.
ceremony is slated to begin at 10 chaplain, I 13 the Navy coordinatorfor Depart In front Naval
Station HonorJax a.m. at the park marina. this year's drive. He will be at Hospital at 9:10: a.m.
The drive is a joint project of Saturday's in-gathering of food All busses will then
the Jacksonville Navy com- for the baskets along with Capt. rendezvous at NATTC
SK3 Donna L. Caddis of Support Division. Here she is munity and the Duval County H.O. Cutler, NAS commandingofficer Bldg. 500 and finish
the Supply Department was responsible for the processing of Council of Camp Fire Girls. The the members of the Camp banding before departing
chosen Serviceman of the incoming requisitions, and en- Navy and Camp Fire Girls have fire Girls, the ComFairJax band for St. Augustine.The .
Month for November from the suring that appropriate technical been working to provide basketsof and many others. return trip for the
NAS Jax complex. information is used. Her duties food for needy families in This year's Christmas'SharingDrive busses Is scheduled for 4
Petty Officer Caddis was also include Key Punch Operator, Jacksonville during the began Nov. 24 and will run p.m. unless passengers are
selected over nominees ATI IBM 1050 Operator, Status Clerk, Christmas season for several through Dec. 19. Departmentheads available for a full load
Brandon and James'Anderson. File Clerk and since UADPSimplementa"tion earlier.
Harry LCpl years. Last year 147 baskets of are asked to encourage
she has been a food were distributed. to these monetary,non-perishable food There will be room for
Upon completion high school .remote station operator. families. donations by the personnel of I about 200 personnel In
in Hawaii, Caddis enlisted in the Her hobbies include bowlingand The baskets ate donated by the their activities. uniform on the St.
Navy in February' 1968. Duringthe tennis and she recently was apart Augustine bound busses.To .
course of her basic training at of the Sixth Naval District
NTC Brainbridge, Md., she was Bowling Team that competed in Christmas Hail & Farewell Sat assist servicemen and their
chosen Honorwoman of her Norfolk, Va. families, USO aides will be,
recruit company. For being selected November stationed throughout the city and
Since reporting aboard NAS Serviceman of the Month she will Jax Officers, key civilians shall, Administration; Lt. (j.g.) at the various attractions. USO
Jax in August 1968 she has been receive a gift certificate to the and their wives will begin the R.A. Parr, Air Operations; and information points will be in the
assigned to the second shift Candlelight, Restaurant and a holiday season at a formal CWO R.V. Doyle, Supply. Information Center and at the
Supply Response Section of the- free day in St. Augustine compliments Christmas party tonight at the Getting acquainted and USO Club in the Lightner
Supply Department's Fleet of the USO. Officers' Club. welcomed aboard this eveningwill Museum.
The affair will also honor be Cdr. K.S. Greenhaw, In conjunction with Pal Day,
arriving and departing officers LCdr. R.A. Goslin, LCdr. F.F. Flagler College, formerly the
Credit Union To Select and their ladies. Highleyman, Lt. (j.g.) S.E. Ponce de Leon Hotel, will sponsora
Officers who will bid farewell Robbins, LCdr. W.H. Mason and Pal Day dance from 8 to 12 p.m.
because of retirement, transferor Lt. J.K. Golie. In its role as host for the day, the
discharge include Cdr. E.L. The evening's festivities will St. Augustine USO Council will
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Vacancy Nominees McNett, Weapons; LCdr. E.W. begin with 7 p.m. cocktails with serve a free ham dinner at the
Sapp, AMD, LCdr. D.A. Brian, dinner to follow one hour later. Lyceum,south of George St. from
Medical; LCdr. R.L. Robinson, Dance music will be played by 3:30: to 6:30: p.m:
Jax-R.D. Pinney, president of Field and Bldg. 39 Jax, or any Chaplain; Lt. Winston J. Hughes, the COMFAIRJAX Band from 9 Chairman in charge of the Pal'
the Jax Navy Federal Credit member of the nominating Legal; Lt. (j.g.) Gary A. Mar- p.m. until midnight. Day committee is Adolph Guidi.
Union, has announced the -appointment committee. Nominees selectedby
of a nominating the committee will have their
committee to select nominees to names placed on the official Plans I
for
fill two vacancies on the credit ballot to be used at the annual Early Suggested HolidaysPersonnel
committee and four vacancies on meeting.
the board of directors. who are planning Sunday to noon Monday. also present a properly executed
Election will be conducted at leave travel during the Christ Military standby fare offers 'authorization for commercial air
the annual meeting scheduled for masNew Year holiday should be reservation flight at approximately travel' (DD Form 1580) to the
Feb. 27, 1970. Post Office aware of military reduced fares 50 percent of the carriers( ) concerned.
Joseph F. O'Connell, Civilian offered by commercial carriers coach fare. You travel on com-
Personnel Department, will head Within the continental United mercial flights, after all reser- Military information desks are
the committee. Those named to Holiday HoursJax States, and the conditions under vations have been claimed. Thereis presently in operation at: O'Hare
serve on the committee with which these fares apply. no weekend or holiday International Airport, Chicago;
O'Connel are A. Ziegler, Naval Military reduced fares are restriction, and passengers are National Airport, Washington, D.
Air Rework Facility; H. Steeves, The air station's post available on: 1. Rail Furlough not subject to 'bumping' at C; Municipal Airport, Atlanta,
Supply Department Cecil Field; offices have announced their fares at savings of nearly 50 enroute stops. Carriers offering Ga.; Kennedy International
and LCdr. M.D. Burnside, business hours for the Christmas percent via coach; 2. Bus ,- standby fares will also permit Airport,New York; International
military personnel officer for holiday season. Furlough fares are limited to confirmed half fare reservationsfor Airport, Seattle Tacoma, Wash.;
NAS Jax. At the Naval Air Technical approximately 20 points along the authenticated emergency and International Airport, San
'Nominations will be received Training Center, the post office's eastern seaboard state and In leave travel.To Francisco. Military personnel
from the floor,' said Pinney. windows will be open daily from southern California. (Contact encountering problems of any
'However, we encourage any 8:45: a.m. to 4:45: p.m. On local bus carrier representativefor be eligible for reduced type may obtain travel
member interested, or sho knowsof December 13 and 20 the windowswill specific points); 3. Air- Fare fares, the traveler must be an assistance at any of these desks.
others who are interested In be open from 8:30: a.m. to reductions are of two types active duty member of the U. S. Leave travel problems en-
being considered for nomination, noon. military reservation fare and Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine countered by military personnel
to submit their application in The Mainside office has no military standby fare. Military Corps or Coast Guard, or a cadetof while traveling via commercial
writing to the nominating chance In its daily schedule, 8:30: reservation fare offers reducedfar the respective academies; on transportation within CO US .
committee or Credit Union Of- a.m. to 4:30: p.m., or on Satur- reservations at ap official leave, pass, liberty, should be reported to the Com-
fice.' days, 8:30: a.m. to noon except proximately 67 percent of the furlough, or within seven days of mander, Military Traffic
Forms are available at the that the windows will remain coach fare. This fare is not applicable discharge, and traveling in Management and Terminal
credit union's three locations, open until the lobby has clearedof on weekends noon to uniform at personal expense. For Service, ATTN: PTS,
Bldg. 501 NA TTC. Bldg. 26 Cecil all customers. midnight Friday, and from Noon air travel only, the traveler must Washington, D. C. 20315.
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Editorial View Points

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Perfect ParadoxIn Air Station

SUNDAY: MASS 9& 11 am .J;
DAILY MASS 11:30: a.m.
a television documentry on one of America's passions, the Confessions will be held :'
automobile, the story was told that back in the very early 1900's at a Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and ;1
time when there were only four cars in the whole United States it from 5 to 6 p.m.Naval !
happened that three of them met each other at a cross-roads and
matter of factly did themselves in. Hospital i
Well, be the facts as they may, the trend continues. Each year SUNDAY MASS 8 a.m. :I
thousands and thousands of people in hundreds of automobiles crash, r
smash, zoom and careen joyously into one another in complete NATTC f'
disregard of race, color, creed or place on national orgin, in a a'
national celebration of death that surpasses our best attempts at war. l SUNDAY MASS 10 am
Not that it matters to us. We like it and all we ask of the car Bldg. 500Monday f
.
manufacturers is that they keep them coming and make them more December 8 the Feast '
powerful if possible so that we can continue crashing smashing etc., of the Immaculate Conception is
with better efficiency.There's an element of adventure in it and young Holy Day of Obligation.
a Masses
men at puberty look forward anxiously to the day when they too can BOSS OF TH E DAY. Lt. B. 'Tom' Thomas, officer in charge of will be celebrated as indicated
own their very own 1970 re-vitalized, restyleized, candy-apply red the NAS Air Navigation Office, receives an unexpected surprise upon below: t
super widow maker that will pick up girls just like that. being named Boss of the Day by a local radio station. Lt. Thomas,was 1130U. S. Naval Hospital
That anyway is one explanation for our car mania and whether its nominated by his co-workers for the title and the station sent along the
1230-St. Edward's Chapel, NAS
valid or not it's certainly more sound than those theories that attest to bouquet to mark the occasion. Secretary Carol Snow made th*formal I
1630-St. Edward's
Chapel, NAS
the automobiles conveniences and economy, for, indeed the people presentation to her boss.
who make it their business to collect facts on these kind of things have 1630-NATTC Chapel, Bldg. 500

shown that owning an auto costs as much as sending a child through PROTESTANTNaval '
school and anyone who has driven in California or anywhere else Shop'ifting--AMeans'
might be willing to doubt its efficiency. Hospital
Naturally the automobile will someday die. Eventually they will
become so numerous that the very factories that make them will haveto SUNDAY WORSHIP
be torn down to make room for a parking lot. The factories probably To Bigger ThingsOne SERVICES 10 a.m.
won't go until our National Forests, the Washington Monument and '
the First Methodist Church but they will go. The thing to do in the Naval Air Station
meantime is to try to stay alive. Sunday
Remember that Defensive Driving does not function on the old of the most widely committed proper example for your child,
axiom that the best defense is a good offense. Give the other guy an crimes among young and teach him that it is more Church School 9 a.m.'I
even break and have a happy holiday.Don't people today is shoplifting, an act cowardly to 'follow the crowd' Junior Church 10 a.m.
which annually results in millions than to observe the principlesof Divine Worship Service
dollars of property losses for which he knows are right. 10 a.m. Bldg. 750 [

Be A HypocriteBy American Although merchants.juvenile shoplifting Episcopal a.m. Communion 8:30:

offenses are usually minor, they Bldg.750
Chaplain Cecil D. Harper Jr. may lead to greater crimes if the Junior Youth Fellowship 5 ,
youngster is not apprehended.The p.m. Bldg.722 p
child who does not 'get
No one likes a hypocrite! Most of us find it really difficult to put up caught' shoplifting will often be Tuesday :
with this 'studied effort in dishonesty' and the reason is because we "
have a-great admiration for truth which is the source of honesty. Senior Choir Rehearsal 7
Unfortunately, the whole concept of honesty is often times restrictedto p.m.. Bldg.750
only one area of significance,-that honesty which demands that we

respect ownership and material possessions of others-and forbidsus ....' Thursday. '. ,
to misappropriate the property of others. True, this is,importantand encouraged to attempt more { Christian" Science Service 8
has far reaching practical significance for living, but it is not the serious larceny which could o p.m. .. '
only area of applicatioon. Honesty also demands that we be truthful to easily damage his character and
God, to ourselves and to others. ,reputation for life. NATTC
We become honest! with God when we recognize in a practical way, Parents may ask, 'What can we
that He is Giir ather who loves us with a love unmeasurable and will do to prevent shoplifting?' The
not rest until we learn to enjoy and experience His love. answer to this question is Divine Worship 12 p.m.
'To be honest with ourselves' is another way of saying to realize 'whoI manifold, and places a great deal Bldg.500
am'and'what I am.'The'who part seems sometimes incredible and of responsibility in the parents' '
the'what part' undesirable. It is startling to discover that I am God's hands. Evening Worship 6 p.m.
child by His choice and it is disappointing to realize who capable I am Teach your child that Bldg.500
of offending God.Yet all this is honest, it is true. shoplifting is stealing, and
If we are not honest with ourselves, most likely we will not be honest constitutes a moral as well as a
with others, and yet we all know what'phony' is and how ridiculous it civil offense. Be certain that he t
is to be this way. understands how a police recordcan
One of the secrets of happiness is honesty and one of the rewards of may his chances for entering I, TrafficViolations
honesty is peace of soul. v college and acquiring a job when 1
he enters the adult world.
Know how much money your
child has, and where and how he
Now, when you join the Payroll Savings Plan or the
Bond-a-Month Plan, you are eligible to purchase the spends it. Be watchful of a
new type U. S. Savings Notes-Freedom Shares- daughter who carries an over The following is a report of
that pay 4.740/0 when held to maturity of just sized handbag when she goes motor vehicle accidents and
41/2 years, and are redeemable after one year. shopping, for this is a common traffic violations for the period
Freedom Shares are available on a one-for. shoplifting utensil. Noy. 18-24.
one basis with Series E Bonds.Get all the
Above all, be sure that you set a Number of Accidents
facts where you work or bank. Join up. This week
5.
America needs your help.
Total accidents this year
U. S. Savings Bonds, new Freedom Shares through Nov. 24 487.

Number of accidents through
November 1968 349.
10N'T WAIT om Total number of days since last
4 injury in a motor vehicle accident
JTAX A.IR.: NEWS 180.

TilE LAST MINUTE' ,,, Number of Violations
This week 39
Speeding 5
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper dis- Reckless Driving 3
tributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville Going through stop sign 6
Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a private Other violations 36

firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR NEWS must .: '. Twenty-four drivers appeared
be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville { before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
by 12:00 noon on Monday, before publication. News 4 ': 1tlL Nov. 26. Disposition of the
items are welcomed from all sources Telephone 772 3118or cases included the following: 14
3119. lost driving and parking
privileges aboard station for
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries PbST fflff various periods; 9 were assignedto
concerning such should be directed to: complete an eight-hour coursein
remedial driving; 5 received
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY
4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 suspensions; 5 were given
Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566 ,MAlt CHRISTMAS warnings; 7 were dismissed; 9
were fined (U.S. Commissioner);
and 5 referred to commanding
VOL. 27 NO. 37 DECEMBER 4, 1969 officers
PACKAGES for possible disciplinary
4&1Y action. Nine drivers were
M assessed 42 traffic points.Page .

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ll 4d --I Wives Beware '.

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a NAVNEWS (FAMILY

EDITION) .....s When somebody
rings your doorbell and offers to
paint your house for a nominalfee
if you will 'let it be used for
display purposes,' think twice
before acting. When an ad
describes surefire way to give
you 'spare time income,' investigate
it carefully. If someone
''e' y 1 telephones that your baby has
won a photo contest you didn't
know he entered, be wary.
Military wives, especiallythose
, :. whose husbands are not
# always around to scrutinize
d credentials, or who want to
' 'surprise' their husbands, could
; be vicctimized by such sales a
rackets and crooked promotions.The .
best and safest way to treat
CHIEF BEAVER any suspiciously lucrative, 'free'
offer is to be firm, refuse to sign
anything and report any
I VA-87Holdslnspection suspicious activity to the base
Security Office, Legal Office and
or to the Better Business Bureau.
Highlighting VA-87's personnel Technician Robert C. Beaver. The BBB has local offices
! inspection on November 14 was After nearly 22 years of Naval throughout the United States
the retirement ceremony of service, Chief Beaver was piped ready to assist you.
Senior Chief Aviation'Electronics over by sideboys consisting of
'Golden Warrior' CPO's. omoo
FURNITURE WAREHOUSE
Before the assembled squadron
Walter H. McCall commandingofficer Direct from factory to you Cdr. William (Stolly) STOLLENWERCK, Commander Air Wing
reviewed Chief Beavers Compare: Quality EIGHT Cecil Field, visited Fighter Squadron ONE HUNDRED
long history of service which Price ELEVEN at NAS MIRAMAR to welcome them as prospective mem,
IIIW included: VC-21, NATTC at Roosevelt Cash & Carry& St. bers of Carrier Air Wing EIGHT. During his visit he enjoyed three F4
Corner Johns
Memphis both as an instructorand Can you''afford.not to compare flights with the, 'SUNDOWNER., At right, he is shown being
student, duty at three Naval congratulated by Commander Chuck DIMON, Skipper of VF.111 ,
Air Stations in Fla. Besides Cecil after completing his first flight with the FIGHTING SUNDOWNERS..
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VAH-11 and Cecil based Attack
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Squadrons 12 and 45. He reportedto .
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New VA-87 in April 1968.

Delightful,
and Among the decorations held by
, Chief Beaver includes:six Good
t p Fun-Oriented Conduct Awards, the U.N.
r I .rr Apartments Medal for Korea the Korean
I Service Medal, Vietnam Service
rbwt..stth Medal and the Republic of
of JAX on US 17 Vietnam Campaign Medal. From
ORANGE PARK VA-87's recent, WESTPAC
PHI, 264. 4263 deployment, he received a
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Merit promotion opportunities Also, 108-69 Messenger GS-2 same employees as above,
currently open for and GS-3, 110-69 Production however, the first cut off date in a,
receipt of applications are listed Controller GS-7, 111-69 Planner & order to establish registers 8wfb"l
below. Applications for the Estimator (Sheetmetal Worker), follows each position. ;
following positions will be accepted 112-69 Electric Accounting MPB No. 165-69 Inspector
from career or career- Machine Operator GS-3, 114-69 (Household Goods Shipment) '
conditional employees of the air Pipecoverer and Insulator, 115-69 Dec. 3)) and 167-69 Supply Data ;
station, Naval Air Rework Plasterer, 117.69Sheetmetal A s s i s t a n t GS-
Facility, Naval Air Reserve Worker, 118-69 5 (Dec. 8)).
Training Unit, Fleet Air Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Application Forms 171 for these
Jacksonville, Fleet Aviation Mechanic, 119-69 positions should be filed with
Electronics Training Unit Jax, Military Personnel Clerk GS-4, Civilian Personnel Department,
Fleet Intelligence Center, 120-69 Electric Accounting Box 22,.NAS Jax.
Commissary Stores, Naval Supervisor GS-5, 121-69 Boiler Further information regarding
Hospital, Navy Recruiting, Tender, 122-69 Plumber, 124-69 these positions is available from PROMOTED -. Cdr. R.L. Williams, NAS Data Processing officer,
Storage Management Office, Assistant Meat Cutter, 125-69 bulletins or announcements or congratulates two of his workers on their recent promotions. Rhonda
Disease Vector Control Center, Laborer Cleaner, 126-69 Mess from Ext. 2320. Lewis (c) received an up in grade to GS-S and a position as EAM
Fleet Weather Facility, Defense Attendant, 128-69 Secretary supervisor,while Gladys Clark,is now a GS-3 card punch operator.
Surplus Sales Office and Navy (Stenography) GS-4, 129-69 A-C-
Finance Office at time. Instrument Mechanic (Elec-
any President
tronic Pledges Support
MPB No. 79-69 Electronics ) 130-69 Automotive
Equipment Serviceman, 131-69
Mechanic, 80-69 A-C Electronics
Clerk GS-2 and GS-3, and 132-69
Worker, 81-69 Accounts Main-
,tenance Clerk GS-4,82-69 Planner Computer Operator GS-5.. Management Improvement
Also, 133-69 Stockman, 136-69
& Estimator (Public Works
Data Communications Equip
Structures),83-69 A-C Instrument
Mechanic, 84-69 A-C Instrument ment Operator GS-4, 137-69 In emphasizing the need to pledged his support to the Joint operations more responsive and
Worker,85-69 A-C Electrician, 86- Management Technician GS-5, improve the decision making Financial Management Im- efficient.
69 Clerk (Stenography) GS-3 and 139-69 Teletypist GS-5, 140-69 process of the federal govern- provement Program. <
4,87-69 Clerk (Typist) GS-2,3 and Mechanical Engineering ment, President Nixon has Observing that under the ,'To get the full measure from <
Technician 7, 8 and 9 Ground the available to us, we *
of resources
4, 88-69 Electronics Mechanic (A- leadership the Comptroller
C Systems), 89-69 Electronics Support, 142-69 Mechanical Insurance! Premiums. General, Secretary of the must have all the necessary
Mechanic (Maintenance) and 90- Engineering Technician 7,8 and 9 Treasury, Budget Director, and management information. We
69 Machinist. Jet Engine, 142-69 Instrument Near High for Wlr'VetsThe ; Chairman of the U.S. Civil Ser- must have financial systems that
Mechanic (General), 143-69
vice Commission, the joint illuminate every level and stageof
Also, 91-69 A-C Electrical Painting Worker, 145-69 Elec-'
program has promoted many far decision making: from the long
Worker, 92-69 Planner & trician 146-69 Supervisory average World War II reaching improvements, the range forecast to the critical
Estimator (Public Works Supply Clerk GS-4, 147-69 veteran, now 49.3 years of age, is President said: post audit. Nothing less will let
Electrical Systems), 93-69 In- Military Personnel Clerk, Typing fast approaching the higher 'I want to see achievements in the us go forward with programs that
dustrial Tractor Operator,' 94-69 GS-5,149'69 Supervisory Military premium hurdle of 50 in he still future that will make provide the most benefit for the
Apprentice (First Year), 96-69 Personnel Clerk, Typing GS-5, retains his G. I. term insurance, management of government taxpayers' dollar/
Stat AsstGS-5, 97-69 Accounting 152-69 A-C Engine Mechanic, and the Veterans Administration has --------
Technician GS-4, 101-69 A-C 153-69 Airframes Mechanic. announced.The .
Metalsmith, 102-69 Atuomotive Also 154-69 Computer OperatorGS4 VA says that in most cases
Mechanic (Body and Fender), 155-69 Instrument the higher insurance cash outlayat Z? C
103-69 Clerk-Dictating Machine Mechanic (Electronic). 156-69 A- age 50 can be eased in a
Transcriber GS-4, 105-69 C Metals Worker, 157-69 A-C number of ways.
Secretary (Steno), GS-5 and 107- Examiner (A-C Electrician), 158- One way is a modified life plan.If BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC.
69 Card Punch Operator GS-2 and 69 Welder, 159-69 A-C Examiner purchases atage 50,it will) havea
GS-3. (Airframes Mechanic), 160-69 constant monthly premium of
Supervisory Supply Clerk GS-5, $15.90 for a $10,000 policy.
161-69 Cash Clerk GS-4 and 162-69 Some 211,000 eligible veterans
Supply Clerk GS4.Applications have taken advantage of this plan
FLY HOME FOR for the following since it was made available in
jobs will be accepted from the 1965. y
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Household TipsTO wrung the oustide out in with soapsudes.a soft Rinse cloth small space or drawer. Wiriti! Aliisl


SAVE WEAR ON YOUR towels to pick -up the small the same way and polish dry. POULTRYBuy Racketeers
Never immerse it in water.
COAT NECKLINE, wear a scarf.It pieces. BARE BED SPRINGS poultry suitable for the
also helps keep the collar free KEEP DAMP CLOTHES IN sold
Most chickens
!
SHOULD BE COVERED to intended use. When somebody rings your
of cream and; power smudges. THE REFRIGERATOR TO prevent sheets from catching on whole can be roasted. Those doorbell and offers to paint your
ROTATE MEN'S SHIRTS TO PREVENT MILDEW if you must them and tearing.TO marked 'roasting chicken' or house for a nominal fee if you will
ENSURE EQUAL WEAR: This keep them around awhile bevore KEEP THE ENDS OF 'Rock Cornish GAME hen' are 'let it be used for display pur-

may be accomplished by num- ironing them. THREAD FROM UNWINDING, young tendermeated chickensthat poses,' think twice before acting.
bering each shirt inside the neck- MANY EXTRA STEPS MAY
place rubber bands over the spoolof have enough fat to brown When an ad describes a surefire
band. BE SAVED IN THE KITCHENby
thread. well at a moderate roasting way to give you 'spare time income
TO GATHER UP BROKEN arranging food and utensils at fryer '
temperature. Large it If
investigate carefully.
BLASS SAFELY: use dampened first use points.
be roasted
PORTABLE MIXERA chickens can also someone telephones that your
absorbent cotten or damp FROM
paperD.J.Pete LIQUID CANNED
whole, or cut into halves or baby has won a photo contest you
VEGETABLES be used in
may handy appliance for every' quarters for broiling, oven didn't know he entered, be wary.
soup dishes.,stews,sauces and casserole homemaker is the portable baking, or barbecuing. Those cut Military wives, especiallythose

mixer. It's handy to use and in serving size pieces are whose husbands are not
TO PREVENT EYESTRAIN
store. Easy to read dials on suitable for frying or Veiling. always around to scrutinize
WHILE WATCHING TV leave at
,
most mixers select the proper Hens or stewing chickens or fowl credentials, or who want to
least
visual one field.light burning outside the speed for every mixing job. Many are best cooked by simmering, 'surprise' their husbands, could
f ryg r ;R 3, models stand on special heel steaming, or pressure cooking. be victimized by such sales
Young chickens may also be rackets and crooked promotions.The .
cooked by these methods. best and safest way to treat

\NWCAJaI >c 86 Newsny any suspiciously lucrative, 'free,'

offer is to be firm, refuse to sign
m I By Mrs. Co \ Ownby
Field Navy Wives Club were anything and report any
( )EVERS honored guests at the Nov. 19 suspicious activity to the base
Jax Mrs. G.R. Porter Jr., of The luncheon is slated for noon meeting. Area Council President, Security Office, Legal Office and
the Navy League, highlighted Wednesday at the Compton Hall to the Better Business Bureau.
your Pro from Westamerica, Mrs. Richard Cato, also attended or
who can tbjtctivtly help you NWCA Jax 86's educational Clubhouse, Bldg. 716. The BBB has local offices
match your financial goals to meeting. Nov. 19. Proceeds from the Christmas throughout the United States
one or more mutual funds that Mrs. Porter spoke on the Bazaar sponsored by Jax 86 will Mrs. Bill Howard, newly ready to assist you. The Bureau
he can offer. For information organization and aims of the be presented to the station annual elected National Mimeograph has been fighting fradulant ad-

without obligation Navy league, both nationally and Christmas Sharing Drive at the chairman, received a gift at the vertising and selling practices for
GULF LIFE CENTER MALL, locally.The area league sponsorsthe luncheon. The bazaar consistedof Thanskgiving Dinner-Dance and many years.
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA 32207 sea cadets, the Shipmate items made by the members thanked the club members for Among the different kinds of
396-7703-HOUE
OFFICE 26..6805WESTZWElUC program and the program, themselves at several workshopsheld their cooperation.Four illegal rackets in this country,

Highline. the past two months.A are fake automobile clubs, gas
o A big event scheduled on the variety of tasty baked goods' new members were saving devices, charity and 'sob'
club's calendar is the Dec. 10 will breet one and all as Jax 86 initiated into the club by Mrs. rackets
applicance repairs,
Christmas Luncheon. This get- gets an early start Dec.12 qith a Alvin Stone with a traditional unauthorized magazine sub-

WMtMMrica tearttta. IM. .total together is being chaired by Mrs. bake sale. The ladies will begin cnadle-lit ceremony and the sscriptions and various kinds of
Fntf.$OKts. MM< MwaNr Eugene Kubisick and an in- the sale at 6:30: a.m. in the Main evening was topped off with ,
Pacific I.._Cent...aIV.ere Stock bdnan........Mtf. vitation to all enlisted Navy and Lobby of the Naval Air Rework refreshments served by Mrs. health ads offering remedies or
that worthless.
CMHMTtM Stock bctam SVMt. NMM t..TH'ftleuU1',...... Marine Corps wives is extendedto Facility. John, Cress and her committee. treatments Before buy are, check and
you
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For Your Information :



H STAR I 1' L :rr r- A


I In the past the STAR Programhas rag
been addressed primarily to
personnel in the critical ratings.It .
has been revised to stress the
Program as an incentive for all g
qualified personnel regardless of _
__ _
1 rating, who desire career

.- designation.
Early' reenlistment with
guaranteed assignment to an
appropriate school, the regular
reenlistment bonus and if Fait an
I otherwise eligible, automatic
advancement, proficiency pay
and variable reenlistment
bonuses are still the benefits of
the STAR Program. It is still of
greatest benefit to third class 3r

r petty officers.
r
The most important changes in
By AMSI I D.S. Westcott the revised Program are the
eligibility requirements listed as
The Navy has increasing follows:

requirements to retain greater CWO-4 ROGER V. DOYLE with his wife Thelma by his side is piped
Have at least two but
not
numbers of high quality enlisted more than four years of active over the side at supply by Capt. E. A. Grinstead, supply officer. Mr. Navy Helps
personnel in career service. Out Naval service; years have not more Doyle served as the was Food Service officer, then as the Special

formal increasing training requirements require that for to than eight years of active naval Projects officer for supply. He completed 30 years of naval service. Pay HomeInsurance

the service; meet the obligated
maximum extent possible,
the training investment be madein service requirement of the schoolto
career motivated men. which the candidate would go
The STAR (Selected Trainingand under the program, as requiredin
Retention) Program is Art. 12.22 of the Transfer The Navyman thinking of
designed to encourage greater Manual.It buying a home might keep in
numbers of qualified enlisted mind that the Navy will pay FHA
personnel to become career petty should also be noted that mortgage insurance premiums.
officers through a of STAR candidates can also use the
program The Navy pays insurance
'full benefits of the Automatic
designation. The incentives
career premiums to FHA on mortgagesup
in the STAR Programare Advancement to E-4 Program, to$30,000 in the United States,
BUPERSINST 143014C.
available to qualified per- Puerto Rico and the Virgin
sonnel in all ratings. Islands as long as a sailor is on
,active duty. be
Home Game Payments may
a higher in Guam, Alaska and
FLY HOME FOR This weekend the Fliers host I Hawaii.The insurance premiums
Hunter Army-Air Force at 7:30: amount to one half percent of the
THE HOLIDAYS! Friday evening and 2 p.m. mortgage per year.

(See Page 16)) Saturday. Next Tuesday evening The Navy will continue for a
they travel to JU to meet Delta limited time to pay the premiums
\ Drugs at 6 p.m. for the widow of an eligible sailor
who dies while on active duty.

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iSt. Johns Mobile Homes.!1 SEC NAV Instruction 1714.4C.

U.S. Savings Bonds make the ideal
II I JACKSONVILLE PERMANENT MOBILE HOME DEALER |ill Christmas gift-for young and old
BeBHHIHHHHHHWHWI Ilut+lIlIHIIHInlllmlnlHHl1mRlDllnnllmlllllllllllllllllll alike. They're indestructible, never
YOUR COMPLETE MOBILE HOME SHOPPING go out of style, don't require water
ing or feeding are easily obtain.
CENTER. DISTRIBUTOR OF MOBILE HOME
able at your bank, and increase in
BEST BOSS LCdr. Null, ComFairJax
PARTS AND MINUTEMAN ANCHORSIALL flag secretary, was sun value with the
prised with a bouquet of flowers Tuesday as his fellow workers years.
INSURANCE COMPANIES SAY 'TIE YOUR .. -----------
nominated him to be
honored as a local radio station's Boss of the
MOBILE HOME DOWN'! WE WILL SELL YOU THE Day. I' __; I
PARTS OR DO THE COMPLETE JOB 'NOTHING 1 I
a fb [ FOR A ;'.11 IrA _-.fi 1
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REPAIRS INSURANCE """L.<< W'f "MOTORSPLENTY :

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ADD-A-ROOMS AND UTILITY ROOMS. ReasonableSTATE
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II 65 RAMBLER. $740 1
Premium High Performance
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1 Clean.

, I 65 fORD. . $590
PELTED TIRE I 2Door. A/T, R&H.
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a, 40,000 MILE GUARANTEE I 64 CHEVY II. $590

170 or Plus I 2-Door. 6. Cylinder, 1 1
FRITZ PARMAN f-78x u *2495, $2.36FREE I A/T' Heater.
Ret. CPO, Owner F.E.T. I 63 VW SEDAN. $490 II
EASY, EASY TERMS
IF IT RELATES TO A MOBILE HOME WE HAVE IT R&H. 1
OR CAN GET IT. TURKEY With Set Of Premium Tires 1 62 CORVAIR. $360 II
DOWNSEE Between Now & ChristmasWE Coupe, Stick, R&H. 1
LOW MONTHLY PA'MEHT5-HOTHING
UNDERSELL I 59 VW SEDAN. $340 II -
US FOR ALL YOUR MOBILE HOME NEEDS ALL R&H.. 1
TODAY I 111!! I Department Stores, Company Stores&Independent Tire Dealers
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WE'LL TRADE FOR ANYTHING FROM 6015 BLANDING BLVD. 771-3442 We .. -Sell.FiIIIC' I
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COMMAND CHANGE -
.During ceremonies Friday, Fleet.
Air Jax got a new commander;
'
RAdm. Robert J..Stroh ended a
long naval career, and RAdm. 'Carousel
George P. Koch became the
Navy's Gray Eagle.From top left
clockwise, RAdm. Lawrence' Volkswagen Owners
Heyworth salutes RAdm. Stroh I
with traditional 'I relieve you MOBILE HOMES MONTHLY REPAIR
sir;' RAdm. Stroh is piped FEATURING "THEPARKWAY
aboard at his last military SPECIAL
ceremony upon retirement; 24' x 60' Doublewide
RAdm. Koch received coveted mtumm
EXPLORER I & III
Gray Eagle trophy from RAdm. I9II,
Stroh; and VAdm. Robert L. UTilE ULTIMATE IN MOBILE HOME LIVING" COMPLETECI.UTCHJOB
Townsend, commander Naval '
Air Force U. 's. Atlantic Fleet, SPECIAL.. ONE

inspects Marine honor guard in TO MILITARY THIS WEEK
company with Capt.II..O.: Cutler, STOP
NAS Jax CO. CADET
Academy
._, SHOP Including:
Complete 50 x 12' 2 BR.

$3395. 1 ALL LABOR TO REPLACE, CLUTCH
5936 Philips Highway-Phone 733-6700 PRESSURE PLATE & MAINSHAFT SEAL.
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BONpgs 2. FACTORY REBUILT T HEAVY DUTY
NGS PRESSURE PLATE
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Get your holiday cash at
Z:: Beneficial!,today:-the full 29.95 *
FRIENDLYRELAXED&QUIET amount to cover all your '
ATMOSPHERE v holiday shopping-with *For A/C Sedans or Transporters Add $7.50
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matter where you be
may
IDEALLY LOCATED FOR The Above Offer Is Good Only For VW Sedans
had
CECIL FIELD, N.A.S. borrowing or a loan Up To & Incl. (1966 & Buses Up To & Incl.
CLOSE TO SCHOOLS A GIFT OF)CASH before,call Beneficial l for
CHURCHES AND cash-nowl You're good '63. Later Model Sedans& Buses Are $4.00 MoreROOSEVELT

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Mr.& Mrs. Payton Watson, PURE>
771.6666 n rBeneficia1
Take 103rd to FirestoneRd.
., Turn South 2 Blocks FINANCE SYSTEM MALL
Past Forrest High School.

(UOLONIALFOREST Beneficial LOANS Finance UP Co.TO$600 of Jacksonville Pure Service Center

5635 ROOSEVELT BLVD..VENETIA VILLAGE SHOP.CTR.
Phone 388.9374 '

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Open Thursday Evenings'til 7:30 TELEPHONE 387-7581
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AFCM Ends 30-Year CareerJax Navy Cdr.


A Naval career of 30 F, W. Gouge, leading chief at the Ends
Aircraft Maintenance Department -
ended Nov. 26 when AFCM
,
years retired from the Service. CareerJax

,t, ,.1" ; ,, > 1 Since he enlisted in the Navy in -w, '
1940, Chief Gouge served aboard Twenty-seven years of
numerous ships and shore in continuous service ended Friday
stallations, including the USS W- -I- when Cdr. E.L. McNett, NAS
Ballard, the USS Princeton, and weapons officer, retired. He
the USS Valley Forge, and kk attended the ceremony dressedin
Helicopter Development one of the original blue
Squadron Three. t uniforms he received while in

Chief Gouge served previous ,, .' officers' training. .
tours at Jacksonville as main- A native of Hill City, Idaho,
4t tenance chief for VP-45 and as q Cdr. McNett has traveled extensively
leading chief for VP-30. He has S. throughout the con-
been assigned to AMD since tinental United States while
,
December of 1968. serving at numerous duty
stations.In .
Sr. -1 Chief Gouge and his wife, 1943 he attended the Naval
> Violet, live in Jacksonville and Pre-Flight School at St. Mary's
,:..:..- have five children: Susan, College in California. Later he
Sandra, Sharon, David and to various air
;
was assigned
", n.. ., ,I (.:> tIIo( f' Michael, the oldest, who is
--- ,' E"> stations and carrier based
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-'.' ,: ).d:, ":t t currently a cadet at the U. S. squadrons, including VF-86
.z: .:, '. ::' ',:\ Naval Academy at Annapolis, aboard the USS Wasp and VF-75
;r"fo"','""*F' Md. aboard the USS Roosevelt.
::r ," the commander at-
f Cdr McNett currently residesin In 1954
811 :! -' ,,- Jacksonville with his wife, tended the Naval Post Graduate
Faye, and their three children: School in Monterey, Calif. From
AFCM Gouge Candy, Jock and Michael. a there he went on to serve with
Attack Squadron 153 based on the
USS: Hancock, and afterwards
became the Bureau of Naval

Weapons Representative in
;.1 Dallas, Tex.
GOOD NEWS FOR V ,,, awe Prior to being assigned to the
Weapons Department here at
x ?w f Jacksonville,Cdr. McNett servedat
YOUNG SERVICEMENReliable
&_ NAS in 1950-51 as a member of
VP-3.
Cdr. McNeil's military. career
auto insurance for' E-1 E-2 E-3 E-4
,
has taken him aboard 101 different -
and single NCO's is now available from Criterion aircraft, and he is

Insurance Company.Criterion is a GEICO MASTER CHIEFS RETIRE Two Master Chiefs aboard NAS distinguished for having made
affiliate and specializes in car insurance for were piped over the side last week by NAS Commanding Oficer, Capt.H. the 3,000th landing aboard the
young military personnel. You will enjoy important O. Cutler. QMCM James Davenport (top) completed 30 years of USS Roosevelt. lie has attendedthe
service in the NAS OOD's Office, while PNCM Frank Wilson was Navy's test pilot school, and
benefits like these: convenient payment Military Personnel Leading Chief before enterting Project Transition, is member of the Society of
plans,countrywide claim service,driver and completing 30 years of military service. Experimental Test Pilots.
training discounts and complete coverage. He has studied at the
Universities of Idaho and

Criterion is licensed and complies with Mil- Washington, and plans to con

tary Insurance Regulations in every state except IF YOU WANT... tinue at Jacksonville his education,University.in accounting,, : i

:r Massachusetts. Call 7817600 for com-
plete information and a personal rate quota- S
tion. If you need immediate coverage, visit STEAK!IGO FLY HOME FOR

our office at 5812 Normandy Boulevard. THE HOLIDAYSlSee !

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I:: Something for Everyone the ExchangeJax



The Navy Exchange has showing a variety of items. answer in choosing a different
announced the hours of operationfor Body jewelry, radios, portable gift. Some of their offerings are S t .
Christmas Holiday shopping. cassette tape recorders, ties, cuff portraits, flowers or a basket of -S
The Main Exchange and Toyland links with tie bars and tie tacks, fruit by air or wire, even a family
will be open until 8 p.m. each lingerie and robes are just a few coat of arms.They can change an
Thursday and Friday from now of the items that will spark ideas .. ordinary gift into a personal one f:5[
until Christmas, Dec. 4-5, 1112and for your giftgiving.Toyland with their gift wrapping, em- i-
1819. selections are at their bossing, engraving or
Christmas trees will be peak right now. Beat the annual ,laminating services. You may
available sooner than you think. last minute rush by shopping find what you are looking for at
Be sure of getting the tree of your early. Don't forget the lay-away the Navy Exchange Personal 1
choice by shopping early. Signs plan. You can fill the youngsters' Service Center. } ,
and posters around the station Christmas stockings from a wide Ladies, celebrate the holidayswith t '
will be providing additional in array of candies, small toys, a new hair style at the _
.1.1d
formation.The kiddie jewelry and other inex beauty shop. A new year could I
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exchange is chock full of pensive items that are availableat mean a new look for you. -iii_ d r
gift items to help you select the the exchange tocking stuffer' .
right item for everyone on your center.
list. All departments will be Power tools make excellent Shop EarlyGIFTS l +5Y
featuring special merchandise.Come gifts for Dad. In addition to the .
in and see the displaysNoy shirt, socks and tie routine this

W.W.V.V.VAK..V.V.VV.V.V.V.V.'.V.V.I year, get him something he'll FOR THE _
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really groove with.ATTENTION .
\ .. MEN: The Main BOATING FAMILY!!
Exchange is featuring a special

0' Open! Stag Night on Dec. 15. No women 14 BOATS TO 20 FEET
will be allowed into the exchange MOTORSMERCURY
from 6 to 8 p.m. This will be your *
golden opportunity to shop for MERCRUISER
your wife or girlfriend. Don't ACCESSORIES
miss Stag Night with a great PARTS II 11
'Jftllage I fashion show and'door prizes. Phone +.u A

Galaxy of Values is coming on 264-9835 ATYOUR.
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career in exchange for them.The
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! accounting computer programming Finance Company. If you've got a leave
: electronics drafting business coming up, or you want to buy gifts,. she'll
administration,executive secretarial take care of you. $100, $300 or more if you
. fashion merchandising or others. need It. Money, or any worthwhile purpose,
11\{ And in these careers the employer -! ,_ : call Shari she's got what it takes.AETNA .

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i r Club Schedules I Government- ,

To Aid EligibleHomeowners '

BLUEJACKETS INN CHIEFS CLUB

Join Messenger of the Massesat Dancing to the music of Bud
the club tonight beginning at Clark will be featured tomorrow Homeowners who ad-
7:30: Music by Phil Cay and the are
evening, and on Saturday and affected
base
versely
by or activity -
Chantels will be featured Sunday, Mel Gaden will be appearing reductions have
tomorrow, and on Saturday, the on stage. somewhere to turn. '
Camelots will be on stage.
Dance to the sound of the Fourof FRA Sailors and civilians whose jobs
Clubs on Sunday. Country- are eliminated or who are
western music will be the main Be at the FRA early tomorrow transferred from the area
attraction on Monday and night and dance to the music of because of reduction or closure of j jan
Tuesday when the club presents the Fugitives. Jim Mann and the activity are eligible for aid
Mel Gaden and the Lazy Rhythm Goodtimers will be on stage from the Homeowners Assistance
Girls, and Tommy C. and the Sunday, beginning at 9 p.m. Join Program.In j jI
Seminoles.The Four of Clubs will the Turkey Shoot Saturday and
make a return appearance Sunday from noon to sunset. some cases, the governmentmay 1
Wednesday night. Tuesday evening features 'Game pay most of the loss the j
Night', and dinner will be served homeowner incurs in a private '
ACEY DUCEY CLUB from 5 to 9 p.m. Remember that sale of the house. In others, the
the FRA serves lunches daily government may buy a home and j
Saturday night dance' to the from 11 to 2 p.m., and Sunday :, take over the mortgage. /
music of the Four of Clubs and on breakfast will be served at 9 a.m. .
Sunday the club will present Dick Now is the time to make your In the case of a foreclosure, the 4
Flood from the Grand Ole Opry. reservations for the club's New homeowner may be reimbursed 4
Years Eve party.The numbers to for amounts paid out as a result r
call are 264-2833 or 264-9166. of this action. j
HOME AT HAS-A resolution which the Jax Chamber of Commerce Though the Army has the
Wives prepared on the 25th anniversary of the air station in 1965 came backto overall responsibility of administration
I Notes I the station last week. Jim E. Mooney, executive vice president of of the program
the Jax Area Chamber of Commerce (C) presented the framed Navy applicants apply through
resolution to Capt. John R. Mackroth (L) NAS Jax CO at the time of Navy channels.
Beauty experts and the 25th anniversary and now retired, and Capt. H.O. Cutler, currentCO. Full details on eligibility are
psychiatrists agree that time The resolution has been on display at the Chamber of Commerce. given in the SECNAV Instruction
spent by the modern homemakeron 11101.70.
personal care is time well
spent.
She emerges from her'beauty- 4ys: :ss : A"ls\Ot4
timelooking her best relaxed \ URcg
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family and her friends.If 4t'OtlA
her busy schedule doesn't i.. 'Aff IRS. Se.'s Like I'.
allow time for 'the works' at a ..
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today's wise woman will set asidea
little time each day and Ieylr, frolr

perhaps an hour or two one day a BARBARA EDEN, star of TV's "I MOIILE HOME IIOIEIS
week for some beauty care. Dream of Jeannie" regularly mate.
It's easier than you might rializes out of smoke. The blown- : WIN lrbut ...W.., Dlls That
think, with the aid of electric up Savings Bond isn't explained !IR owAt JffIRSGipCE
applicances.Some hair dryer kits but Christmas Barbara giving.recommends it for Make MI""

include attachments for dying or .
I buffing nails. And, there are
separate kits which provide for
really professionaltypemanicures VISITING THE FOLKS

home. and pedicures at itlil THIS HOLIDAY? '

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Jullngton Road. 13 at Switzerland.Creek on Turn State Cavanaugh If J] Gray-Westside
rleht at Hartley's Store.
Personnel Consultants
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any Sheraton Hotel or Motor Inn AND MAI L FOR AN APPOINTMENT
Irflifrii in the Continental U.S. at Vz the regularrate (EVENING APPOINTMENTS ARRANGED).

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Next time you get a weekend pass, ., I II
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.unwind in style at Sheraton. ., I I II
O Exec. Secty. D Pharmacist
EH 'Reservations are accepted on a I O Clerk Steno'.ReceptionistQ !' D Lab Tech. Med/Dental
"Standby Basis"only and are subjectto Leaal Secty. a Electronics' Tech.
space availability at time of check-in. a Office Manager Q Engineer'
Offer does not apply to the St Regis- ( D NCR Optrs/Acct Rec. Clk. Q Mechanic (Alf types) I
a Admin. Trainee' O Accountant
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i HornetsRece1'Ew'orsThe anniversary NAY- NEWS-'The"newest'.....The. second light' ." .Six' Retire. From Civil;; 'Service ..... '.f <_>I


attack aircraft in the'Navy'sinventory .',

'1 'Hornets' of Attack received their ninth and fifth wasted no time in Six Federal Civil Service Claude Phillips, an electrician

Squadron FORTY FOUR braved Good Conduct Awards. Others Carrier becoming based a combat A-7A-B veteran. employees, who totaled 99 yearsof helper, had a total of over 24-
squadron service at Cecil Field, retiredon of service and all but four '
:, an early December morning receiving Good Conduct Awards aircraft have flown more than years
;. chill, last Monday, while seven of were AME2 C.L. Lakey, ADJ2 combat sorties while November 25 during were at Cecil; Sammie Midyette,
t their comrades received GoodAQFAN F.E. Suggs, A02 C.E. Green, 21,000 combat hours. ceremonies at NAS, Cecil Field. who worked at Transportation as
.\ AME2 D.J. Morrison, and AME3 compiling 41,000 Captain F.M. McLinn, Com- an automotive mechanic, had
combat
Since first for
J.C. Leyendecker. deploying manding Officer, NAS, Cecil spent almost 19 of his 21 Ms years
( November the Corsair II's
Bluejackets for the months of 4,1967, Field, presented each of the men here; Garland T. Long, served
have delivered tons of
, September and October were over 40,000 with Certificates of Retirementand Cecil Field as a painter for over
ATR2 C.R. Dorsey and AQFAN ordnance on selected targets in commented on achievementsof 17 years and the Civil Service for

F y4 W.B. Klein. Dorsey was commended the retiring personnel. The 20'/ij years; Edward H. Lappe,
for his efforts to improve Vietnam.Movies men also had totaled over 130 spent over 17 of his 19 Vfe years in
aircraft safety. years of service in Federal Civil the Civil Service here as a car-

ATRAN J.D. Kennedy was Service. penter; Operating a field tractor
given a letter for his selection as Dec.4,Thursday DRACULA'SCASTLE The men retiring were: Ed- issometimes a cold job even for
Plane Captain of the Month of BLOOD OF mond D. Tenly, who with a totalof Joseph C. Keegan, who has 18V4

J October in recognition of his (COLOR John Carradine.DEC. HORROR. ), 26 years of service, spent the years in the service of which.,12,
'unusual enthusiasm and sense of Scott Brady, past 12 at Cecil, was a machinist were at NAS, Cecil. '

. responsibility' on the VA-44 flight NUMBER ONE%Friday(COLOR working out of Maintenance, ;

line. DRAMA), Charlton Heston,

1. KLEIN y< i s' eer Jessica Walters. r Droodle's Corner

Dec.6,Saturday
: Conduct Awards two
were
Matinee: FIRST MEN IN THE
f designated as Bluejackets of the MOON (COLOR SCIENCE .:
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FICTION), Edward ,
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the Month.
Plane Captain of
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Martha Hyer.
Squadron SKIPPER, Captain Evening: THE LOVE OF GOD
", J.H. Wynn III, presented all of (COLOR COMEDY) Don Knotts,
the awards to the men. He appeared Anne Francis
in a jovial mood despitethe

wintry weather, and put all of .
the men in a similar mood by
Dec. 7,Sunday
making the presentations brief. ICE STATION SEBRA (COLOR
Chiefs C.W. Cox and J.A. Holt Hudson
ADVENTURE) Rock ,
Ernest Borgnine, Jim Brown.
SPACIOUS & PEACEFULMARSHALL ADRAN KENNEDY Dec.8,MondayDR.
ACRES ZHIVAGO (COLOR
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9359 103rd Street C 4 DRAMA) Omar Shariff, Julie
Jacksonville's newest G U.S. Savings Bonds belong on Christie, Geraldine Chaplain,
most modem mobile home everyone's Christmas list. They increase Rod Steiger.

community is now open for in value through the years Dec.9,Tuesday
your inspection. Large 44 x and are always safe and secure.
:' THE WISE GUYS (COLOR
75ot< .
.1 e S DRAMA) Bourvil, Lino Ventura
ONLY $35.PER HOZ .
Dec. 10,WednesdayDec.
Swimming pool, tennis court, 10,WednesdayTHE !
shuffleboard court, BB Q GOOD, BAD, & UGLY
) pit, picnic built for your en-
FLY'HOME FOR (COLOR WESTERN)
,joyment. Act Today! Call:
Clint Eastwood Lee Van Cleef.
EL VERANO MOTOR COURT THE HOLIDAYSISee ,
Mr.* ". S. Martin, Manae.r3ti2124 Dec. 11 Thursday VIEWING THE WORLD FROM INSIDE A BEER CAN
( Page 16)) LOCK UP YOUR DAUGHTERS
(COLOR COMEDY) Christopher
For Full Detail. Plummer, Susannah York, As you can see just a little imagination ,will come up with some.'

.. Clynnis Johns. goodies send or bring all Droodles to the Afterburner Office, Bldg. 12,
NAS Cecil Field 32215.
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CLASSIFIED ADVERTISINGPublisher drama starring Bourvil 1 and LenaVentura
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY M ovieSchedule
G-VG (100 mins.)

: CALL: 388.2755 HOSPITAL : 'DOCTOR

ZHIVAGO'

JAX AIR NEWS : Ads should be mailed not later than Tuesday

NASJacksonville for publication the following Thursday. Ads

AFTERBURNER arriving too late for this deadline will be SUNDAY DECEMBER 7
Movies will be shown nightly at e
NAS Cecil FieldADVERTISINGOFFICE published the following week unless the
the NAS Theater at 7:30
p.m.
NAS: 'THE GOOD THE BAD j
publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check or There will also be a kiddie ,
AND THE UGLY' Color <
r money order for the full cost of the ad must be matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a -
western starring Clint Eastwoodand J
received WITH the copy for the ad. regular feature at 2 Sundayand
p.m.
4747 San Juan Avenue : RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 holidays.The Lee Van Cleff. M-E ((161 <
mins.) <
Jacksonville, Florida
Hospital Theater will have
Per additional line ((4 words per line) S0.50 one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil HOSPITAL: 'WISE GUYS: J

Field will have two nightly shows 1

during the week at 5:30: and 8. MONDAY DECEMBER 8 <<

Matinees will be shown
4
on
p.m.
FOR SALE BY OWNER
-WEDDING GOWN
EMPt YM N Brand new Full length, white Size 10- 2Vz acres of land, duplex apart. 49x31 weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. NAS: 'LOCK UP YOUR 4

Call 786-2978 after 7 p.m. feet. New paint, FHA qualify. For DAUGHTERS' Color comedy J

info. Call 7716225. starring Christorpher Plummer, .

WAITRESS WANTEDtI!! PHILCO NOFROST FREEZER THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4 Susannah York and Glynnis :

Good pay, good hours. Call 781 9818, Upright$150. Crystal, Norltake, Reas. BEAUTIFUL Johns. R-VG ((102 mins.) \,
Mrs. Goff 10 A.M. 5 P.M. Playpen: and walker, Bath tub. 771- GROVE PARK HOMES NAS: 'ICE STATION ZEBRA' HOSPITAL
: 'THE GOOD THE
3836. Near Jax NAS Immediate oc Color adventure starring Rock ,
cupancy. 3 BR, 2 B, family room, all BAD AND THE UGLEY' ;
brick, city water and sewage $21,600up Hudson, Ernest Borgnine and
SERVICE WIVES SALE VA or FHA. Jim Brown. G-VG ((144 mins.). !
CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS TUESDAY,DECEMBER 9
NELL'SCERAMICSChristmas Paul C.Armstrong, Real Estate HOSPITAL: 'LOVE GOD?' -
Jobfinders 1372 Cassat, 387.5626 or <
All '
supplies. Greenware,
1022 Park Street. 354-7888 1120 Hwy. 17,Orange Park. Color comedy starring Don *
paints and accessories at discount. 771 Mrs. Raines NAS: 'WHERE EAGLES I
0054. 5842 Joy Drive South. Knotts and Ann Francis. M-G
DARE'
264-6631 Color
Day-264-9591 Night adventure -
((101 mins.). "
WANTED '
starring Richard Burton, Clint
Servicemen married with FOR SALE r Eastwood and Mary Ure. M-VG
mechanical ability, evenings and 2 Male, Boston Terriers' 9 wks. old, RENT s FRIDAY DECEMBERSNAS (158 mins.) <
weekends. Morris Pure Oil Service $50 each. 2649380.
Center. 1536 Cassat Ave. 3843360. See HOSPITAL: LOCK UP YOUR '
: 'DOCTOR ZHIV'AGO.Color -
Morris. LAKESIDE ESTATES ;
DAUGHTERS'i
AKC TINY YORKIES Orange Park, House unfurn., 4 BR, 3 drama starring Omar

BARBERS WANTED Champ Bloodlines Top Quality Hold Baths, Built in kitchen Large Shariff, Julie Christie, Geraldine WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 10 <
Navy Exchange NAS Jax.. Com til Xmas. 2645512. wooded lot. 264 4367.FURN.APT.. Chaplin and Rod Stieger; M-E .

mission and excellent fringe benefits. ((197 mins.)
Apply Bldg. No. 930. NAS: 'THE GREAT BANK 1ROBBERY' 1
.
PUBLIC NOTICE HOSPITAL: 'ICE STATIONZEBRA' Color <
4 Rooms and Bath, 65. 2920 comedy
WANTED Delwood Avenue. Ph. 355-6639. starring Zero Mostell, Kim 4
Someone to assume payments on '
NEED RELIABLE PERSONor SINGER DIALOMATIC SEWING Novak and Clint Walker. M-G ((98 ,
couple drive'65 Chevrolet to Seattle MACHINE I in beautiful walnut con SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6 mins). 4

late December. Phone 772 2218. sole. Must place In your area to a HEARTOF MURRAY HILL* HOSPITAL : 'WHERE <

reliable party. Balance now only 2 BR House, $85. Mo. Nice neigh. NAS: 'WISE GUYS' Color EAGLES DARE' '
$69.20. Phone 3531946. Day or night, borhood and location, 2 children ac 1

: i :!!S :S :! Y i']'j 1:, no ask obligatlop.JUSTISS for credit. manager. Will deliver, cepted. Call 387-7382 after 4 p.m. 1.


OPEN SUNDAY /


DO YOU WANTTO BE ittj,1%, A DISC JOCKEY? 1 w 7860721 or 771-9262.
For information dial 356 8351.


TRAILER PARK UNFURN. HOUSE .
OIL HEATERS 1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern 4 Room Bungalow Water furnished -
Cleaned and Serviced. Central Units, trailers and Apts. 389 3007. $60. a month. 5937 Seaboard Ave. 771.
1OO GUARANTEE
Space Heaters Wall and Floor Fur 4324.
naces. Tylers Heating, and Air Cop.ditioning.Lake .
Shore > 4711 Palmer MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLE We gave them the VW 16 point Safely anj Performance In
Ave. 388 5161. spection. Then we tuned up tightened and replaced everything
(Azalea Mobile Home Park) V Mile
iitI! N m'I Ij2f.t. J that needed it. And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or '
North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near replacement of all major mechanical p.rt.for 30 days or 1000
GEORGE'S KENNELS schools and shopping center. Clean, miles. Come on In and double check. ".\ '
Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickup and reasonable rates. Manager on i
and delivery Est. 1925, Poodle premises. Children and pets welcome. AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast -,, ENGINE TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 6301 Roosevelt 3899226. and West Coast 353 3691. ASSEMBLIES -BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. I
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and /
Edgewood) 389 0064 Bold New Colors '
SALE OR RENT
10 x 55 Mobile Home 2 BR, Washing CREDIT UNION REPOS. .. 1I I
NEW RCAand ZENITH STEREOS Machine, Very good cond. Located 66'T Bird, Hardtop, clean, full power, 1I/
Consoles some with AM FM, tape near Cecil Assume payments Ph. new tags$1750. 64 T-Bird Hardtop, full 61 VW SUNROOF $795Heater I:
players. At dealers cost. to liquidate 771.6676. power, new tags, $1250. 100 per cent
stock. Full warranty) Phone 771 0409. financing if qualified. Contact Mr. ., New Paint S

2BRPARKWOODFurn. ext.Greene 2431.at Credit Union Off. or base 64 VW SEDAN $995 :

SINGER MODEL included, Spanish decor. Red w Radio & Heater. 4
Golden Touch& Sew to w carpet. Low equity take over
Walnut cabinet, Singer's best, does payments. 16 mos. old. Call after 6p.m. 1957 4 DR. JAGUAR 64 VW '1500' SEDAN $1095 i:

everything. Sold new over $420., Bal. 3893613. a/4 Reconditioned$700.InvestedMustSACRIFICE '
2-Door, Radio As Heater.
due $88 or $7 mo. Free home trial. NOW, 264.5616 $350.
RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER I, 65 VW SEDAN $1195 :1

6437 Wilson Blvd. ,771-5028 '; 1. : i::,!!! :;; t }:it: 67 CHEVY MALIBU Radio & Heater. 1/

FOR SALE Station wagon, Fully equipped excel. 66VW SEDAN $1295 :

Live crabs and fresh fish. Wilford Fish cond. $1795. 7651252. Radio & Heater.

Camp. 2649707. FOR RENT OR SALE
67 VW SEDAN
Houses and Apts. Equity VA -FHA 66 ALPINE $1495Radio 1

resales. low down. Call Powell or Wire Wheels, WSW, Leatherette, Call & Heater
USN Ret.264.2411 Orange Park 7723067. ..
Mills YN2 Broughton
SINGER GOLDEN SEW
Used as demonstrator 5 mos. Makes Realty, Military Free Notary. 68 VW SEDAN $1600 1

button holes, fancy designs 1966 BUICK LE SABRE CONVT. Rrdlo & Heater /

monograms, blind hems, overcasts, WATERFRONT LOTS Excel. Cond., Low mileage 389 7959. '
etc.Only 2 at$46 cash or$5 a mo. High wooded, perfect for retirementand 69 VW SEDAN .. $1800

RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER year around living. Easy terms 'Radio & Heater.
6437 Wilson Blvd. 771-5028 Mobile Homes Welcomed Mile Eastof I

Lake Ashbury on 209. Also new 67 VALIANT $9952Door.
restricted sub division near com 6 "
BLACK & WHITE TV pletion. Contact LaRue 725 3992. Radio At Heater 4
4 .
Console. Best Offer. 3887124. & 68
MUSTANG $1895

HOMES' FOR RENT OR SALE! 2-Door Hardtop, V-8. Auto trans., R&H. 1
SEWINGMACHINENew We help Navy. Quick Move In.
Portable round bobbin sewing Courteous Service. Sillay Realty Co. MUSTANG $1395 :1
machine. Complete with guarantee.
$48.50. Service Discount Center. 6110 389.6201. 2-Door Hardtop, Air Cond., R&H. V8, PS Auto., Trans.
103rd St. Nr. Blanding 772-8076.
HOMES 65 FALCON $895 4

COMPLETE We'll sell your home for you.We'll 2-Door, V-8, Auto Trans., Air Cond., Radio & heater I
sell you a home.
'
PAINTING HOMES Call wm. B. Luke, Realtor 64 RAMBLER $795 'w j
Reasonable prices, Call 772-2171 or 389.4833
2642613. Auto. Trans., Radio Heater t

NEW HOME FOR SALE OVER SO CARS TO CHOOSE FROM

SINGER MODEL 600 Oak Hill Park, 3 BR., 2 B., Cent heat
TOUCH&SEW and air, paneled den, W to W carpet,

Repossessed In walnut console. Just double garage. Call 772-8167. WESTSIDE

dial to any fancy stitches & but- i
tonholes. Sold new for over $400. Bal.
SPLIT LEVEL
due $91.20 or $8 mo. payments.Charge Bank Oak Hill Park Unfurn. 4 BR, 2Vz B.
Amerlcard Master
or
H d. A. Lg. family room. VOLKSWAGEN INC.
trial. 764- Cent.
welcome. Call for free home .
5210. Dealer. Moderate down pay. Assume 5Vi per j
.
cent loan. 771 8976. COMBAT PATROL The rig. 1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 781-5511

BUCKSKIN GELDING ors of combat show as this

7 yrs. old Excel. Cond. All shots and Wesconnett LOTS Blvd.FOR at Timuquana SALE Rd. leatherneck from 26th Marine Open Dally 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday J to 6 PM.
horse. Very returns to the command
wormed. Good game Regt.,
Ideal for House or Trailer. Appro. 88 x
powerful. See at 8846 Bellrose Ave., off 113 ft. $1500. 7717983. post area after a combat patrol.
Shindler Drive.



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ft Doff Earns Title of NATTC Serviceman of Quater


I: A03 Thomas M. Duff Jr., married to the former Linda He explained' the difference the NATTC indoctrination lec Federal Credit Union is now openin
NATTC Instructor of the Year, Mueller of Massachusetts.A03 between barbituates, hard drugs, ture. Bldg.501,Room 110,NATTC. It
has added another title to his list- and hallucinogenic drugs and Anyone wishing further in- is open Monday, Wednesday, and
. ; Serviceman of the Quarter. mentioned several cases involved formation should stop by the Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m..
i Duff received a plaque, cer- with them. NATTC library where there ftre On military paydays the
: tificate, and letter of ap- Spradley told of how the) body several books and phamplets on branch will cash military pay
preciation from Capt. John E. adapts itself to barbituates suchas drugs. checks, for student personnelonly
.\ Kennedy, NATTC skipper 'blue devils', 'pep pills', and from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
.r'c' Monday morning. Duff is an 'goof balls'. A person has to take Credit Union BranchA This service, other than the
"',< instructor in the Aviation Ord- more and more of these pills each check cashing, is offered for
.....: nance 'A' School, Math and time to receive the 'boost' he new branch of the Jax Navy everyone.Cdr. .
<, Physics phase. It was earlier this received from only one or two the
v; structor of the Year award from a tolerance to marijuana and
>,' this command. other drugs.According. M4 Y. ko.tt J
I'. He is also the recipient of the to the investigatoran
..: William 0. Florstedt Award.This overdose of LSD can literally
award was given to Duff upon his make a person a human
dt t graduation from instructors vegetable. Even though the first
school in Memphis. It goes to 'trip'may be a groove, there is no
I"( ouslanding Navy graduates of the Duff promise that the flashbacks,
.,t Basic Instructor Training sometimes years later, won't be
.' Course. NARCOTIC LECTURE bad. He discussed the terror a a
\ Duffs Letter stated in part, young man who had had a flash-
.: 'your dynamic personality, intense Officer personnel in NATTC back while looking at the waves,
.t enthusiasm, and devotion were recently given an informative at the beach. The man had to be ns .f
S to duty have been an inspiration lecture of the nature rescued after he deliberately ,,g L K
> to your associates.' and dangers of various drugs and walked into the ocean. His fear kp
(, Duff reported here from duty in narcotics by Clayton Spradleythe was caused by the fact that at any
I' Treasure Island, San Francisco Naval Investigating Service.He time he might attempt suicide =
I. to become the only airman instructor brought with him several again and that he had no control
in AO School.He examples of harmful drugs to over it!
is from Oak Park, Ill.,and is show as he talked about them. Spradley gives a similar drug
lecture to incoming personnel in


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:' ALL DAY SUNDAY' Former VP-45 Skipper

Roast Turkey and Dressingwith

Giblet Gravy and Cranberry Sauce Receives Bronze StarCdr.

Choice of 2 Vegetables
Roll & Butter M.69 1
Tossed Salad William H. Saunders III, divided between bases in the
Choice of Dessert former commanding officer of Philippines and Thailand, he
Tea or Coffee Patrol Squadron 45, received the ensured that the highest
: Lunch 11:00'til 2:00: Dinner 4:00'til 8:00 Bronze Star for service duringthe operational standards were at-
squadron's Southeast Asia tained and that all administrativeand

}, Watch For Our Luncheon Meat Special 39 cents Mon Thru Sat deployment at ceremonies in, readiness goals were
.. Atlantic Fleet Naval Air Force achieved. Under his supervision
i Headquarters, NAS Norfolk, Va. his squadron completed over 300
I lf The medal and accompanyingcitation successful Market Time air
were presented to Cdr. barrier missions the flight crew
i Saunders by VAdm. Robert L. readiness increased to 100 per
f FLY TownsendCommander Naval Air cent and returned home port with
HOME..4\\ Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet. Cdr. all flight crews having attained
Saudners is presently assigned as Anti-submarine Warfare Alpha
Aide and Flag Secretary to status.
FLVENS AIRL/NEIt VAdm. Townsend.The 'His inspirational leadership
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Squadron 45 and Commander of United .States Naval Service.'
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I L Cecil Sports Roundup '.,.

By'SMC George Blackburn

:

AMD captured the intramural National
volleyball crown winding it up VA-44 4'{ :
with a 8.0 record.Placing second VA-87 3.1

was the VA-37 Bulls with a 6.2 VA-174 2-1 I (
record. (I wonder if the trophy Marines V' *( 1-1 1 .. '
A. ,
AMD
case in CDR Craig's office has ,

room for any more trophies.) Weapons :, ..I
Meanwhile in ping VMs "
pong ,
NAMTD No. 1 has a slight edge Touch Football ...
over their 2nd team, with Supply VA-44 and VA-105 ;,
Tuesday to find out who ; .i
running a distant third. If anyone
is curious as to why it is numberone face the Hellrazors of VA-174,
and two, after a little by player coach Don Jackson

research, I found that the 0-in-C for the station championship.VA105 ( ) good
team therefore had won ,the second half and
plays on one that a
would be team No. 1. The Ping theirleague after VA-12 forfeited.V
A- 4 managed to take \ !! .
Pong standings are:
NAMTD No. 1 28-2 second half spot when they
the Hellrazors long record of
NAMTD No.2SUPPLY 26-1
18-2 by downing them 86. They vHaa
defeated the Marines 21-8.
AMD 16-14
On the set, it appeared
VA-12 4-16
Gomer Pyle's would
run
VA-44 2-18
Hornets off the field, however
VA-174 0-20 .
Marines were guilty of !-
Basketball Standings:
infractions and had some
American called back. It was
VA-37 7-0
which led to the Hornets
Dental 5-1
score. The score at the half
VA-105 3-2
was 8-2 with VA-44 leading.
BOQ .... 3-3
VC-4 .?" -' 2-3 Much credit has to go to VA-44.
as everyone knows if you want
.
VA-12 2-3
beat the Marines,just make
VA-72 VA-172 .. 4k', '. "* 0-6 1-5 angry; this is when the
fall apart, even the Marine
Hymn would not have united i ii
Gomer Pyle's, as they were ii i thing that
..-o. --- -e -- i as Darly
and just about out. This
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1rJ1] : for our two

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down close to the goal

Hargett, trying to get across ( )
DINING ROOM goal made a.series of fakes

HAPPY HOUR was finally tagged with no

3:30: til 5:00: P.M. left.The Gunslingers would

GLASS OF nothing better than:hand VA- !

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DRAFT BEERlOc
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KITTY HAWK. VA-174,
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W: Operation Deep Freeze Marks Two Anniversaries I


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: Nov. 30, marked the '40th and March 1957, a dozen nations were Adm. Byrd led two more ex-
(4 10th anniversaries of two already engaged in IGY researchin peiditions, in 1933-35 and 1939-41
."\ milestones in Antarctic history. the Antarctic. and directed Operation High-
::, All ships and stations of Fulfillment of Adm. Byrd's jump in 194647. Highjump DE
,+(' Operation Deep Freeze dream of Antarctica as 'a con consisted of 13 ships and more
:.\' observed both occasions. tinent of peace' came Dec. 1, than 4,000 men still the largest
... The two anniversaries are 1959, with the signing of the Antarctic expedition and was
" RAdm. Byrd's famous first flight Antarctic Treaty by Argentina, the first to use helicopters. The
.1 over the South Pole Nov. 29, 1929, Australia, Belgium, Chile, operation discovered more
:S and the signing of the Antarctic England, France, Japan, New territory than all previous ex-
'. Treaty Dec. 1, 1959. Zealand, Norway, South Africa, peditions and featured extensive
:1 the U.S.S.R. and the United photo'mapping flights.In :', ': .'
: U.S. support of today'sAntarctic
Navy
States. Four nations tribute the
more joined special to "
x began in 1955, ,
program
"
later. achievements of the Navy's most 't\ ."
'. Freeze I '
.} when commenced Operation Deep for the The treaty provides that the famous Antarctic explorer, the > .
preparations Antarctic 'shall be used for guided'misslle destroyer USS .
International Geophysical
I, 1957 peaceful purposes only,' but it. Richard E. Byrd (DD-23)) was
IGY worldwide
I Year ( ), a
does permit the use of military commissioned in the spring of
of scientific
cooperative
program personnel and equipment in 1964.
conducted from
investigations support of polar scientific Operation Deep Freeze is now
,'. to Dec. 31 1958.
July 1, 1957, ,
projects. To assure compliance, in its 16th consecutive year of
that
period 30,000
During scientists from more than 60 all stations may be inspected at logistic support. Some additional
nations manned any time by any of the signatory Deep Freeze highlights of past
r over 1,000 -
nations. years are: T .
a,
stations around the globe.
1' When. the United States decidedto 1955-First landing of aircraft
.ry In the Antarctic portion of the participate in the IGY from another land mass; four U.
I' IGY, 1 ,2 nations agreed to program of Antarctic research, S. Navy planes from New );, -
5 establish more than 60 stations. President Eisenhower directedthe Zealand land Dec. 20.1956Firstaircraft. #
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The United States built seven, Department of Defense to landing at 'i y rf / r r i f : .
t. including one at the South Pole. provide the necessary logistic the South Pole; Adm. Dufek q
In 1955, Adm. Byrd coordinated support. The Secretary of lands in an LC-47, Oct. 31. J
;: U. S. preparations for the IGY; Defense selected the Navy as the ';..
and the first Deep Freeze I task service most experienced in such 1957 South Pole Station
force under Rear Adm. George operations.The dedicated Jan. 23. 1 k'1 C. .
Dufek established stations at 1960 First use of ski-
Little America and McMurdo. Navy's polar record dates equipped C-130 Hercules aircraft.
Thus, when Adm. Byrd died in back to 1839, when Lieuteant 1961 First winter flight to
Charles Wilkes commanded an Antarctica, April 9.
exploratory expedition that 1962 Nuclear reactor activated -
AIR IIASEPAWNSHOP helped establish the existence of at McMurdo Station,
a seventh continent, Antarctica. March 3.
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Robert E. Peary,who discoveredthe 141 Starlifter lands Nov. 14.
( 8-TRACK North Pole in 1909. 1967 Discovery of jawbone
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i_ 1 Intramural Teams

-: Roll Into Second


Week of SeasonJax


Intramural basketball
moved into its second week with
three games a day at the NAS 4
gym Monday through Thursday.In .
action Wednesday, the day
before Thanksgiving, VW-4 .
trounced Fleet Weather Facility t
72-24. R. Dombroski was the high
scorer for the winners as he firedin -4
k cp 21 points. Teammates Jim H
Boley and Ken Hedrick also hit
double figures notching 16 and 10 a
points respectively. .
Charley Henson was the high ..
man for the losers as he finished -wr
with nine. 1 4
NATTC and Admin went right
down .to the wire before the
Center team pulled out a 55-53
victory. Roger Mohr was the s3
game's high scorer pouring in 23
points for the winners. Team -
TWO THE EASY WAY Hospital scores mate Gary Honeycutt added 21. 1i i
on a lay-up in their bid to
knock off FICEUR in intramural basketball Bob Tuscan was top shooter for BATTLE FOR REBOUND-This one was controlled by FICEUR butit
Tuesday .
evening.Tuesday's the losers with 22 points and Hal was Hospital that controlled the game as they rolled to a 62-52 win in :
Howell added 12. intramural play Tuesday. j jI j jt'

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Tennis Fliers Still
F 4b LookingFor

Stars to Meet


u Friday in Gym First Season WinJax


Jax Fliers basketballteam Mike Luchi led the Fliers
; Jax Ping Pong fans are Invited went looking for their first scoring as the fiery guard put in
; to watch the best of Cecil AMY win of the season last weekend 21 points, 13 in the second half.
Field battle the best of NAS Jax n dPp y. 5", against Patrick AFB but they'll Del Penn was the third Flier to
this Friday at 11:30: a.m. in the I have to wait another week as they hit double figures as he added 17
: Jax gym. dropped two games,93-76 and 61- in the losing effort.
I-
59. Almost Made It
The Cecil team has challenged Despite the final score the
t, the best six players in the Jax Fliers held a seven point halftime Jax coach Odis Richardson got
intramural league and will be lead in the first contest but then his team up for the Saturday
: here to compete in singles and ran out of gas in the final two afternoon contest with Patrick
I doubles events. MEET VINCE DOOLEY-Weekly winners of the Air News You Pick periods.Dr. but once again they came up
'Um contest met,Georgia football coach Vince Dooley as guests of the short and fell 61-59.
of Jax led the
Bob Ruess
Jacksonville Quarterback Club Monday evening.
way in the opening Jax assault as The Fliers held a two point
1 he dumped in 16 points but was edge at the intermission but
NAVY
Sf held to only three points in the couldn't match it in the second
Q-Back Club Salutes second half. A poor one-for-nine half. Tom Bowie led the home
from the free throw line cut down town team with 16 points and
t. t &OJ! @ his offensive performance. Mike Luchi added 13.


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1 -24IL humor,food,company and. a little
pre-Christmas cheer. GIVINDN1NE'
I Mrriod Dick Holt, publisher of the Jax
Air News and Cecil Afterburner,
announced that the two Gator
Bowl game tickets to the season
winner would have to be decidedby
this week's Texas Arkansas
battle. A showdown was averted
when Gator Bowl Association
president Norm Harrison
promptly handed over two more FRIDAY & SATURDAY
tickets. As a result YN2 Richard

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