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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 11, 1969
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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. 38 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA DECEMBER I 11 I, 1969

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Two Marines Awarded Bronze Stars t tK 1



Jax Two Marines were awarded Bronze Stars, another was presented with the Navy
Achievement Medal and six received Purple Hearts during a ceremony yesterday at the Marine ,
Barracks.Maj.B.A. Greene,Marine Barracks commanding officer,presided at the ceremony which .
included the presentation of Good Conduct Medals, Marine Corps Institute certificates, a letter of I
appreciation: and promotions for several new lance corporals and sergeants.

LCpl. Rufus A. Stickler Jr. -- '
received the Bronze Star and a and bold fighting spirit inspiredall Two Marines were promoted to : -
gold star in lieu of a second who observed him and con- Sergeant. They are Sgts. Hacker '
Bronze Star. The first medal was tributed signifacantly to the and Rader. Six Marines jumped
for his heroic achievement while accomplishement of his unit's from E 3 to E 4. Those
serving as a patrol leader with mission.' promoted are Cpls. Cobb, Fagen,
the Third Marine Division in Cpl. Ronald E. Landers Hightower, Saunders, Thomas
Vietnam. received the Navy Achievement and Turner. Going up in rank
The commendation for the first Medal for his service while from Private First Class to
medal stated that 'Sticker's assigned as ammunition carrier, Lance corporal are LCpls. P
courage, outstanding personal flames gunner and squad leader Feraing, Floyd, Nelson, Ryder,
danger were in keeping with the with the Third Battalion, Seventh Wetherington and Ypsidron. i
highest traditions of the Marine Marines, First Marine Division in
Corps and of the United States Vietnam from July 23, 1968 to
Naval Service.' August 10, 1969. UNITAS X
Sticker received gold star for The citation said that he par
his meritorious service while ticipated in four major combat
assigned to the Third Marine operations and repeatedly
Division from Dec. 18 to Jan. 13, distinguished himself by his Det ReturnsTo -
1969. courage and composure under i-
PFC Calvin T. Wiggins also fire
I received the Bronze Star Medal Other presentations made at
for meritorious service while the ceremony include Purple YP-45
serving as a rifleman with Hearts to Sgt Wikin, Cpls. \
Company 'H', Second Battalion, Kenny, Smith and Whisenhunt,
Fifth Marines, First Marine PFCs Floyd and Anderson. Jax Patrol Squadron 45's
Division from Feb. 10 to April 26, Good Conduct Medals went to UNITAS X detachment returnedto ,
1969 in Vietnam.His Sgts. Homer and Donahue, Cpls. their home base Sunday f
citation read in part, Barnes and Hightower, and following a four month SN Darlene Sammons, Capt.Cutler and PN3 Josh Owsley handle
'Wiggins resolute determination LCpl. Rowan. deployment. shovel at Monday's ground breaking ceremony y

With LCdr' E.H. Cushing as
officer- in-: charge of the detach-
ment the men and planes visited Blue Jackets Inn 1
eight countries during that : .r


period.Two P-2V Neptunes, two crews Renovation Begins t tJax

consisting of 31 men and nine

r- ground support personnel con-
ducted operations with the USS -After months of planning, the long-awaited remodeling of the
Leahy, USS Sarsfield and USS Blue Jackets Inn, the air station's enlisted men's club, is now un
Paussig. They also worked derway. Capt. 11.0. Cutler, NAS commanding officer, Capt. R.T.
closely with the submarine, USS Hardy, Public Works officer, Cdr. M.J. Ott, Navy Exchange officer,
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Grampus.The and other station officials along with several enlisted men and WAVES
participated in the ground-breaking ceremony behind the club
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purpose of the UNITAS .
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Jacksonville detachment took Cdr. Ott outlined the plans for In the southwest corner t>f the
part was to achieve greater the refurbished club following the extension there will be a new .J
; coordination between the.United ceremony. He said the cost will game room and a private dining
States and South Americas air be slightly less than $250,000, room.
and sea antisubmarine warfare excluding the new equipmentthat The east side of the club,
capabilities.Capt. is to be installed. nearest the seaplane ramp, will
The Navy Exchange officer also be extended. This \
The annual Navy Campfire girls D.W. Herlong was on will be 17-feet the
SHARE FOR CHRISTMAS -- stated that the major part of the enlargement ,
sharing drive began last Saturday as the Campfire girls with a little hand to welcome home the renovation will be the extension entire length of the east side from
assistance from Lex Hester, ((1)), Assistant to the Mayor, presentedNAS detachment along with their of the south side of the club, north to south. It will accomodate ;
Commanding Officer, Capt. H.O. Cutler with their contributions. families and friends.A nearest the river, by an ad- the club's new rest room
Contributions of canned goods and money are being accepted at the 'well done' was extended to ditional 36-feet. This extensionwill facilities.
base chapels and at a box in the Commissary Store to go to needy the men from RAdm..J.A. Dare, make room for the 60-foot Also planned is an extensive
families in Jacksonville for Christmas.BUPER'S ComSoLant. sunken bar to be built. renovation of the kitchen area,
with new equipment and more

I Board space, the commander said.
Establishes PO Review New heating and air con- ;

ditioning .equipment'will be in-
stalled throughout the club.
In the interest of maintaining a contrary, it will serve to enhancethe according to Bureau Notice 1610 member who has established a Another feature to be added to
top quality petty officer corps, high level of professionalismthat of Nov. .14 outlining the new record which reflects unfavorable the club should please club
the Bureau of Naval Personnelhas has alwyas characterizedthe board. on the Navy. patrons, according to Cdr. Ott.
established a Petty Officer Navy's career petty officer, The notice said, 'The functionsof Among the areas the board will This is the enlarged dance floor
Performance Review Board to '. this board are intended to review and evaluate are financial with the bandstand in the centerof
West Gate
review the performance of the Opens assure each career petty officer irresponsibility unsatisfactory it. There is also a possibilitythat +
Navy's enlisted leaders. Jax Construction workin that his high professional standards performance of duty, repeated the stand will be a revolving ,
Due to convene next January, the vicinity of the main and competence are adverse performance marks and one, he said.
the board will have the job of gate has necessitated recognized and that these same chronic over-indulgence in Now that the initial phases of
backing up the Navy's Career extending the hours of the attributes will be required from alcoholic beverages. the over-all project have begun,
Motivation Program to developand West vehicle gate for his contemporaries.When After reviewing individual the contractors, the Nelson
maintain a highly motorists commuting southof the board initially meetsin records, the board may Construction Company, have seta
professional enlisted career the main purpose gate. January it will review the recommend to the Chief of Naval completion date of May'3.In .
force. The west gate now records of master and senior Personnel transfer to the Fleet the meantime, the club will
operates according to the Reserve, Retired List, Naval usual
chief petty officers. Normally the remain open for business as
The Bureau says the per- schedleule 6 Retired List or administrative
following : Reserve
board will review the The southern
formance board will not functionon per with one exception.
must a.m. to 8:30 a.m. Incoming formance records of petty officers separation.For most part of the club where the
the precept that it screen
traffic; 3 p.m. to who have served is located
session a further information about pool room presently
out, during each any ..
predetermined quota of petty 5:45: p.m. Outgoing minimum.of three years in rate, the Petty Officer Performance and the area adjacent to the pool
officers who do not meet traffic..; Two and 8:30: a.n.traffic.to 3 although separate cases may be Review Board, check with the room, will be partitioned off
prescribed standards. To the p.m. way referred to the board for a Personnel Office. during the construction. ,
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Take The 'Pro' Test '
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In this day of increasing specialization, the variable reenlistment
bonus and pro-pay, the man-behind-the-machine gets more and more 1 CATHOLICNaval
attention. And rightly so because more is demanded of him as e
machine.technological advances increase the complexity of the military Air Station

This is true whether the man be airman, sailor, soldier or Marine SUNDAY Y MASS 9& 11 a.m.
the defense force of this nation is an iron fist whose knuckles are the DAILY MASS 11:30: a.m.
combined efforts of all the services. Confessions will be held
The increasing demands placed on today's military man are Saturdays at 10:30: a.m. and
manifest in many ways but they all have a common cure; dedicationto from 5 to 6 p.m.Naval .
a job well done. Getting the job done is an American heritage.The .
old poster with Uncle Sam rolling up his sleeves getting ready to HospitalSUNDAY
pitch in, typifies the kind of 'can do' spirit which has kept this country MASS
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strong since the days of 'Manifest Destiny.' a.m.
In the Atomic Age, liberty permeates everything we do, democracy NATTC
rings in our ears and the distinction between individualism and protest
becomes distorted. Protest for its own sake becomes the fashion and SUNDAY MASS 10 a.m.
Bldg. 500

PROTESTANTNaval



k1,1 SUNDAY WORSHIP Hospital

SERVICES 10 a.m.
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Sunday

Church School 9 a.m.
Junior Church 10 a.m.
K a d Divine Worship Service
10 a.m. Bldg. 750
Episcopal Communion 8:30:
a.m.
Bldg.. 750 -
individualism becomes more regimented and uniform than the ri wa Junior Youth Fellowship 5
'establishment' itself. p.m. Bldg.722
The dissenters fail to recognize this and continue to see the man wno
shines his shoes and salutes as conforming to the 'establishment' and Tuesday
therefore a blah, a nonentity.But .
is he? Is he not in fact more the individual because he has Senior Choir Rehearsal. 7
made a decision? Has he not chosen to roll us his sleeves and pitch in? p.m. Bldg.750
Let us examine this creature and see if he is filled with the stuff of
glory or just a hollow shell of shiny shoes and smart salutes. Thursday
Who is this man and what are his goals? He is an American and partof
Christian Science
the mightiest military machine the world has ever seen. Service 8p.m.
When his flag goes by, he gets a lump in his throat and he thrills at
the power of his service and his country.Yet FOR MEN ONLY -- Stag Night is one special event for Christmas NATTC
he is a compassionate man who builds orphanges and is Navy Exchange. Dec. 15 the Main Exchange will open from 6 to 8 p.m.
anguished by the ravishment of war. He is a complex, paradoxical, for men only to shop for that special gift for their wife or sweetheart.
creature; he is a human being; above all,he is a professional. There's even a special fashion show and door prizes. Divine Worship 12 p.m.
He is, as Francis Bacon called him, 'a debtor to his profession.' And _Bldg. 500
he does indeed 'endeavor. .to be a help and an ornament thereunto.'


There Is No TomorrowBy Your Social SecurityThe Evening Worship Bldg 500 6 p.m.


Chaplain Cecil D. Harper MAX CHRISTMAS HOPPING
Social Security Administration is vitally interested in makingsure fe A CI CH t.. .
Man builds his little shelter, he raises his little wall, builds his little that beneficiaries receive their monthly checks promptly.So z7a
altar,worships his little God, organizes the resources of his little life to if you plan to change your address, remember to let the social "
defend his little barrier, and he can't do it! security people know just as soon as you are sure. If you can arrangeto y

What we are committed to here and what many other people in other let them know by the 15th of the month, they will be in a much better
places are committed to is simple, very simple that it is possible to position to direct your next check to your new address on time. With 24 Mrs Ji 4'' i 0
develop a religious fellowship that is so creative in character, so million social security checks going out each month, it is most important -
convincing in quality that it inspires the mind to multiply experiencesof that prompt action be taken. If your check goes to your old GIVE US.fJAVlNcfWPSl
unity-which experiences of unity become over and over and over address and remains in a mailbox there for an undue length of time,
again more compelling than the concepts, the ways of life, the sects, there is always the possibility that someone may steal it.
the creeds that separate men. In addition tp changing your address promptly, the Social Security
Administration wants to know when any other events occur that may Traffic
We believe that in presence of God with his dreams of order there is affect your benefit payments. You can get a list of these events from
neither male nor female, white nor black, Gentile nor Jew, Protestantnor your social security office if you have lost the one originally given to
ViolationsThe
Catholic, Hindu, Buddhist, nor Moslem, but a human spirit you. See our office at 400 West Bay Street in Jacksonville. Carver
stripped to the literal substance of itself. Station Social Security office is at Canal and 13th Street. We have

Wherever man has the scent to the eternal unity of his spirit, he representatives who visit the smaller communities on a regular basis following is a report of
hunts for it in his home, his work, among his friends, in his pleasures, motor vehicle accidents and
and in all the levels of his functions.It traffic violations for the period

is my simple faith that this is the kind of a universe and that ours Nov. 25 Dec. 1.
is the kind of God that sustains that kind of adventure. So what are we Number of Accidents
fumbling toward? In God, tomorrow will be the way of life for This week 5
everybody.But Total accidents this year through
Dec. 1 492.Number .
without God, there is no tomorrow! of accidents through

&c November '68 349.

Total number of days since last
injury in a motor vehicle accident

*J/LX: AIFt :1MEWS 187.
Number of ViolationsThis
week 42
Speeding 8
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The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian enterprise Newspaper distributed Reckless Driving. 0
each Thursday at the II. S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville Going through Stop Sign 3.
Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a private Other violations 31
firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAN AIR NEWS must Twenty six drivers appeared
he forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, !Max 2, NAN; Jacksonville before the Traffic Hearing Boardon
l hy 12:00: noon on Monday before publication. News Dec.4. Disposition of the cases
items arc welcomed from all sources rclcplione 772 3118 J included the following: 10 lost
or U J !1'). driving and parking privileges
I aboard the station for various
Adi'crtiscmcnts arc solicited by the publisher and' queries periods; 9 were assigned to
t concerning' suclr' should' he directed to: i! complete an eighthour course in
HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY remedial driving; 11 were given
I 4747 San Juan Avenue Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 ____ suspensions; 1 was given a
HERE COME THE JUDGEComplete warning 11 were dismissed; 10
Telephone 388 2755 or 387 3566 the ;
LCdr. J. P. Googe Jr.relinquishes his title Aitl" trimmings were fined (U.S. Commissioner);
courts martial as he swears in LCdr 'fudge for special and 1 referred to commanding
VOL. 27 NO. 38 DECEMBER I II.I 1969 Pope and LCdr. C. E. Pope as his relief LCdr-
Googe both serve as assistant staff < officers for possible disciplinary
fudge
for ComFairJax. advocates action. Eight drivers were

assessed 21 traffic points.Pare .

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Machinists Aid Santa I SecNav Wants



With Christmas MealJax High Morale "

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Jax In a letter to commanding ,\
An otherwise skimpy time of the year and since its officers of all Navy and
Christmas dinner will turn out to inception has raised $8,500. L_ Marine Corps activities with
be a real feast for some 15 This year the campaign is TdujsLMS: civilian employees, the Secretaryof
families in the Jacksonville area under the chairmanship of Joe the Navy, has outlined his
thanks to the generosity of 100 Francis and with the help of MMM5Et policies concerning the current
machinists at NARF. fellow machinists they will draw 4 ___ employee reductions being
For the 22nd straight year the up a list of families that are in carried out throughout the Navy.
machinists and tool makers of the need of a little help at Christmas.

Metals Division Machine Shop at Each man that turns in a name He said the actions of com-
the Rework Facility will dig into of a family is then given charge of manding officers will shape the
their wallets to fatten the kitty delivery of the food basket which character of future civilian work
that will buy $400 worth of food will be passed out Christmas eve. forces and that it is essential the
for families that would have A simple idea, a little time and remaining force be of high
otherwise little joy of this festive money, and Christmas dinner 30F'b morale and productivity.The .
occasion. becomes a highlight of the season t'f
According to R. W. Vogel, thanks to the 'Santa Clauses' at p letter asks commanding
machine shop foreman, the idea NARF. officers to give their personal
started after shop workers attention to all phases of the
decided to buy their boss a Civil Service reductions, from planning to
Christmas present back in 1948. coordinating to insure the best
Unable to come with solid transition for the
up any Navy, em-
HOLIDAY HELP-Joe Francis (left) accepts a donation from Leslie
idea for a present the suggestionwas and communities in
made to use the money Jobs AvailableJax May of the NARF Machine Shop as part of their drive to provide needy volved.At ployees.
families with a Christmas dinner.
collected to buy food for a needy

family. Since then the collection The Interagency Boardof
became an annual project at this U. S. Civil Service Examinersfor

Florida has issued the
4526 120th St.
following announcements to fill
a YUKONHour positions throughout the state Cedar Hills Penney's Now Thru December 13 .,
with the of 10 countiesin "
exception '
Glass northwest Florida.Communications. : ;, ;1'i.Is .
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Telephone Operator ,
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SC Dryers( min.) Applications will be accepteduntil ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY
further notice and should be '.' 1
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Florida, 3101 Maguire Blvd., ,,1r' :
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Merit PromotionsAvailable Retention Policies



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Civil Service regulations that set retention rights of employeesarfprtfdbv
'1 Jax Merit promotion opportunities tenance Clerk GS-4, 82-69 Planner the current reduction in force aboard the station are being
currently open for & Estimator (Public Works followed, according to Mrs. Dot McAlilly, the station's employment .
receipt of applications are listed Structures),83-69 A-C Instrument strictly superintendent. The Civil Service rules were designed to
( below. Mechanic, 84-69 A-C Instrument smooth, equitable system to accomplish workforce reduc-
Applications for the jobs in the Worker,85-69 A-C Electrician,86- assure a
If following group will be accepted 69 Clerk (Stenography) GS-3 and tions. --
I from career or career conditional 4,87-69 Clerk (Typist) GS-2,3 and Employees are ranked on the Mrs. -McAlilly's office has also
employees of the air 4, 88-69 Electronics MechanicA'C basis of their type appointment, prepared a priority reem-
station, Naval Air Rework ( Systems), and 89-69 Elec- tenure and performance. A ployment list for those being
,, Facility, Naval Air Reserve tronics Mechanic (Maintenance)' retention list is then drawn, affected by the reduction. Peopleon
Training Unit, Fleet Air Also, 90-69 Machinists, 91-69 A- ranking employees in three the top of the list would be the
Jacksonville, Fleet Aviation C Electrical Worker, 92-69 groups according to length of first rehired should openings
Electronics Training Unit Planner & Estimator (Public Mrs. McAlilly service. become available or should
Atlantic Det Jax, Fleet Intelligence works Electrical Systems), 93-69 ...Rules being followed Veterans' points, combat manpower ceilings be revamped
Center Europe, Industrial Tractor Operator, 94- disability and outstanding per- upward at a later date. The
Commissary Stores, Naval 69 Apprentice (First Year), 96-69 Management Technician GS-4, formance affect a person'sstanding priority reemployment list is
Hospital, Navy Recruiting Statistical Assistant GS-5 97-69 139-69 Teletypist GS-5, 133-69 on the final lists. Em- maintained for two
Station, Regional Storage Accounting Technician GS4,10169 Stockman, 136-69 Data Com- ployees are taken from the Three staffing years.specialists $
A-C Metalsmith, 102.69 munications Equipment list. Mrs.
Management Office, Disease bottom of the retention within the Civilian
Personnel
Vector Control Cnter, Fleet Automotive Mechanic (Body and Operator GS-4, 137-69 McAlilly said, 'In just about counsel each ,
Weather Facility, Defense Fender), and 103-69 Clerk- Management TechnicianAlso every case, those leaving NAS Department the em-
Surplus Sales Office and Navy Dictating Machine TranscriberGS4. Jax are those employees with the ployee leaving station f f
of the reduction.
because These
Finance Office, at any time. 131-69 Clerk GS-2 and 3, shortest amount of federal ser-
MPB No. 79 69 Electronics Also, 105-69 Secretary (Steno), 132-69 Computer Operator GS-5, vice to their credit.' people explain all regulations, i
Mechanic, 80-69 A-C Electronics GS.5, 107-69 Card Punch OperatorGS2 133-69 Stockman, 136-69 Data rights and privileges of those j
Worker, 81-69 Accounts Main- and 3,108-69 Messenger GS2 Communications Equipment Shipment) 167-69 Supply Data losing their jobs. The specialists ;
and 3, 110-69 Production Con- Operator GS-4, 137-69 Assistant GS-6, and 169.69 make themselves available to
troller GS-7, 111-69 Planner and Management Technician GS-4, Graphic Arts Mechanic. answer all questions and provide "
DOMINICK'Swezzi Estimator (Sheetmetal Worker), 139-69 Teletypist GS-5, 13140-69 Applications for the following assistance in whatever way '
112-69 Electric Accounting Mechanical Engineering jobs will be accepted from the possible.The .
Machine Operator GS-3, 114-69 Technician 7, 8 and 9 Ground same employees as in the first employment superin
'dJf ik Pipecoverer and Insulator, 115-69 Support, 141-69 Mechanical group, however, the first cut-off tendent also pointed out that she
FAMILY STYLE Plasterer, 117.69 Sheetmetal Engineering Technician 7,8 and 9 date for establishing registers has given people information on ,
DINING ROOM Worker, 118-69 Refrigeration and Jet Engine, 142-69 Instrument follows each position: jobs which local employers have ,
Air Conditioning Mechanic, 119- Mechanic (General}), 143-69 A-C MPB No. 168-69 SupervisoryClerk called to say were available.Mrs. .
HAPPY HOUR 69 Military Personnel Clerk GS-4, Paointing Worker, 145-69 Elec- GS-5 (Dec. 11)), 17049 Clerk McAlilly said Monday ;
3:30 til 5:00: P.M. 120-69 Electric Accounting trician, 146-69 Supervisory GS-5 (Dec. 17)), and 171-69 Power that fewer than 35 people would
GLASS OF Machine Supervisor GS-5, 121-69 Supply Clerk GS-4, 147- 9 Plant Controlman (Dec. 17)). be losing jobs because /
Boiler Tender, 122-69 Plumber, Military Personnel Clerk Applicants must be career or retirements have helped meet the
DRAFT lEER 124-69 Assistant Meat Cutter, 125- Typing GS-5, and 152-69 A-C career conditional employees of reduction quotas. :
69 Laborer Cleaner, 126-69 Mess Engine Mechanic. Federal I
the government application -
Attendant, 128-69 Secretary Also, 153.69 Airframes Forms 171 for the
10 (Steno) GS-4, 129-69 A-C In- Mechanic (Electronic), 156-69 A- positions should be filed with the 1
strument Mechanic (Electronic) C Metals Worker, 157-69 A-C Civilian Personnel Department, FLY HOME FOR !
OPEN SUNDAYS! and 130-69 Automotive Equipment Examiner (A-C Electrician), 158- Further in-
Box, 22 NAS Jax.
Open Tuesday at 5 p.m. Serviceman.Also 69 Welder, 159-69 A-C Examiner formation is available from THE HOLIDAYS! i
6403 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 131-69 Clerk GS-2 and 3, (Airframes Mechanic), 160.69 bulletins or announcements or by (See Page 14)
Phone Ahead/ For 132-69 Computer Operator GS-5, Supervisory Supply Clerk, GS-5, calling Ext. 2320.
FAST SERVICE! 133-69 Stockman, 136-69 Data 161-69 Cash Clerk GS-4, 162-69 ..
387-2621 Communications Equipment Supply Clerk, GS-4, 165-69 In-
Operator GS-4, 137-69 spector (Household Goods Hiring Office ..

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Nobody. Division Department's has reduced Employment its daily i:iI La( ( e :

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( But NOBODY! ) counseling general public.services and providing to the :: JACKSONVILLE FLA. 322O4WANTED! I:


The new hours are from 7:30: to I USED CAMERAS AND I
11:30 a.m. Monday: through EQUIPMENT. WE PAY
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SAYINGS: YOUNG SERVICEMENReliable

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t.t.r S..rll.. 10 CHRYSLERS auto insurance for E-1, E-2, E-3, E-4

STATION WAGON and single NCO's is now available from Criterion -

F.CUCX Air P.w.r I 4 PlVMMtll SATELLITES ., Insurance Company. Criterion is a GEICO
Steering & Brakes, etc.R.g4658 .*' affiliate and specializes in car insurance for

I 18 PlyMovth FURYS young military personnel. You will enjoy im

portant benefits like these: convenient payment
NOW ONLY jf ALL COLORS, EQUIPMENT/ AND POWER OPTIONS! plans,country-wide claim service,driver

training discounts and complete coverage.
> 3197irify
79 '" CHRYSLERS & PLYMOUTHSNEW Criterion is licensed and complies with Mil-

DEMOS HO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED! tary Insurance Regulations in every state except
Massachusetts. Call 711-7600 for ce"' -
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: /itf/e-Sa ye a lot at tien. If you need immediate coverage, visit
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I Wrapping:! _..Paper Makes Special Christmas Castle. I It


F 'Too pretty to throw away.' 1f-2X. 2X.-. L''A--4I S. 11T
On Christmas Eve or Christ- T
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mas morning, as beautifully ..
fJki wrapped packages are opened, .1 __! : ,5',::1" t =.__ l 1 J 'Yt.l-
this remark is likely to be often CUt NIII cut Mil' ,. CUt MU'
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repeated. Though the 1 +
a gift wrappings do indeed seem ,'.
AkS. 'too pretty to throw away,' they '. ..
must usually be consigned'to the ,," '
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wastebasket. After all, what can '''' .Y. t.'I. ,..' :..

be done with used gift wraps, ,."'.... u !
once Christmas is over?
One be to build ',#. .
answer might a p4I
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castle "
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Save the most beautiful and I% ""Y.'
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CUT NII =:r CUT Hlll'r n f CUT HI11 TI
rf.: 4w colorful of the gift wrappings, zI -..
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find some laundry cardboards, I e:" 1
follow a simple plan and the 1"A'
.oa IACH IIVII -I-104 1001
result is a cardboard castle.
t Suggested by a manufacturerof
THE SKETCHES SHOW how to cut each of the 24 five inch by seven
/ ,tf C y' gift wrapping papers, this
f. i ; < inch cards required to assemble the Christmas castle. The instructions .
castle building plan might be a
call for 22 type'A'cards to be cut and two type 'B' cards.
Christmas afternoon project for

1 the children. After the first gifts and one-quarter inch slits in 22 of alternating pairs. At intervals,
t 1t n'{ W, i lii p exchange excitement is over, the cards. Each card should have insert cards horizontally for an
youngsters may appreciate a six slits, and the slits should be interesting, balconied effect.
1 quiet pastime, and the cardboard placed as follows: one slit on each Reserve two type 'A' cards for
castle offers an extra advantagein five-inch side on the card, at the the roof.
that it's as much fun to take center or two and one half inches
Use type 'B' cards at the top of
j apart as it is to build. The castle from the outeredge; two slits on the castle, where the slanted
can be assembled and each seven- inch side of the card, notches will receive the type 'A'
iii reassembled many times. with each such slit placed one anda roof pieces.
CARDBOARD CASTLE This castle made from leftover Although the plan is simple, quarter inches from the outer
Christmas wrapping papers late on Christmas Day might become adult guidance may be required edge. There's one Christmas gift
your daughter's fairyland house for trolls and magic people,or the big or at least, the adults can For the remaining two Type 'B' that never goes out of style-
downtown department store for your son's new train or car set. It will pretend that it is, so they can get cards, the slits can be omitted on U.S. Savings Bonds. And they
even add a cheerful note as the centerpiece for Christmas dinner. in on the fun.Scissors the five inch side. Two slits are practical as well as pa
a ruler and rubber should be cut as described on one triotic.
oosor.ooooiswo cement are the only equipment seven-inch side of the card. On Et>,r.aeEe

Blanding Boulevard required, in addition to the gift the other seven inch side, the
,, wraps and cardboards. slits should be diagonal placedtwo FLY HOME FOR

OFFICIAL MOTOR VEHICLE INSPECTION Begin by cutting 24 pieces of and a quarter inches from the THE HOLIDAYS!
cardboard, each five inches by outer edge and cut on a slant to
And Service seven inches. Cement gift wrapsto two and one eighth inch depth. (See Page ) \
each side and trim the edges.To Assemble the castle by joining 14)I I

HONEST, COURTEOUS SERVICE make type 4A'cards, cut one type 'A' cards at right angles,


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Windshield Wiper Blades.

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'Cause Shari has set aside a large cash 1
reserve especially for the holiday season. It's
called the Aetna Holiday Fund. If you can,we'll give you a start
toward an exciting highpayingcareer
in for them The
exchange
Shari's the gal to call for extra cash at Aetna .
leave career can be your choice of
Finance Company. If you've got a
coming up, or you want to buy gifts, she'll accounting computer programming
take care of you $100, $300 or more If you electronics drafting business
need It. Money, or any worthwhile purpose, administration executive secretarial .w'
call Shari she's got what' it takes.When fashion merchandising or others
And in these careers the employer
seeks you out and respects your value
after you are employed. Not a bad .
r bargain for a few evenings a week.

Call Massey now.at 356-8402 i

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War Orphan
children may be marriedor
WAREHOUSE Educational Assistance Programis single but the widow must not
administered the Veterans
by
retain her
.. remarry in order to
Association. It allows eligiblesons
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,daughters,wives or widowsto eligibility.The
widow and each
PreChristmaS wife or
receive assistance in attaininga
Fantastic higher education.If child may receive up to $130 per
month for full time instruction for
is
dies
a serviceman or
totally and permanently disabled up to 36 months of education
assistance.There is no assistance
while on active duty or as a
given for less than half time.
veteran dies or is permanently Chief
will be Maroney
children
disabled from service-connected The eligible
causes, his children between the counseled by the Veterans Ad-
to assist in the Counseling is available for the
ministration
ages of 18 and 26 and his wife or
widow are eligible. selection of a goal. After coun- wives and widows through the
The wife or widow must seling, an educational plan must submission of VA form 21E-
request this assistance within be submitted by or for the eligible 5490W.

MEN SUPER SPECIALMENS eight years of the serviceman's child showing the selected--:goal.TRADEINS .
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THE HOLIDAYS!
THOUSANDS 1 68 AUSTIN HEALY. SPRITE
TO CHOOSE FROM See
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Knit Shirts Like New 5900 Actual Miles 1595

OR MO RE
66 TRIUMPH CONV. 1195
HUNDREDS OF MENS AND BOYS HEAVY

67 TR MK 4 1595 SPACIOUS PEACEFUL
JACKETS
Save 40.607
68 VW FAST BACK 1895Air MARSHALL 9359 103rd Street ACRES

FAMOUS NAME BRANDS- Condition R&H, Exc. Cond. Jacksonville's' newest &
most modern mobile home
Sweaters "%"ss 988 64 BONNEVILLE 2 DR HT community is now open for
your inspection. Large 44 x
Full Power & Air, Power Seats 995 75',iota.

& Windows ONLY $35 PER MO.

MENS SUIT COATSThese Swimming pool,. tennis court,
shuffleboard court, B -B Q
REGENCY l1IQlllQfIl4 pit, picnic built for your en-
Were $75 to $100 Suits joyment. Act Today! Call:
EL VERANO MOTOR COURTMr.
IN WHICH PANTS WERE LOSTMENS F. S. Martin, Manager
\ 6 99 8445 Arlington X-way-Near Regency SquarePh. 396-2924
NOW EACH 721-3000 ,
For Full Deta118I

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STOVEPIPE BELL FLAIR CONTINENTAL BOTTOM 1 1/2 Price .... Men in uniform. ,. ,


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PANT SUITS %95 995 :. .4 I. Just one UNI-LOAN from Universal C.I.T. could get all. .

those bills off your back right away. Like todayl

Cashmere Alpaca All you have to do is come In and tell us how big you \

want your UNI-LOAN to be. We'll tailor it to fit your
SWEATERS2 ''
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arrange
enough extra cash so you
. J00% 2 PLY PRICE can buy .
H some new things you've had to put off.

..,:. ..\:-. Come in and see us about unifying your bills with a

GIFT ITEMS UNI-LOAN. Who knows? You might have enough left ;1

to buy a UNI-cyclel!
SEE THIS UNUSUAL GIFT SELECTION .
HUNDREDS OF INEXPENSIVE GIFTS FOR EVERY UNIVERSAL
MEMBER OF THE FAMILY .
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Up to 1/2 Off Reg. Price t-"', '..' "," ''.

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State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. : INDUSTRIAL PARK ,
3619 Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 -
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HOME OFFICE: Bioomlnfton, Illinois lU-WAY 16, GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLA. 32043

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Phone 771 3450 For AppointmentYOUR i DISCOUNT n HERE

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i Jay Jester, USN Ret., Her. PHONE 771 8780 !, Join the /INN crowd of.. .
OFFICIAL STATE VEHICLE INSPECTION 771 8781 i
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Standard Service I
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RED GREENE'S GARAGE 103rd ft BliiiliifConpleU J 4420 772-8000 Standing Blvd. \.

Four Miles South of NAS Highway 17 Orange Park Avf* Repairs 1111
,Fast Service-Licensed InspectorsOpen : Cesery
0800-J800 Monday thru Friday STANDARD 725-9566 '
take better
We care
MINOR REPAIRS AVAILABLE i Open 'til 2 em. Fri5.f.12 ,.M. Swn. thru Thurs. 1
of your car. 01
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103rd SHEET FISH MARK I ; Mustang

THE FUND OFFERS A DIVERSIFIED *
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AND SUPERVISED INVESTMENT IN THE f
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IN SEASON AMERICAN SHAREHOLDERS, INC. 4118 Philips Hwy 39-I I26
Featuring Specially Prepared I 6524 San Juan Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 741 S. Lane Ave. 781-3027
Smoked Fish & Deviled Crabs
Phone 388-7777 ft 381-7004
Over 150 Hew .567 103rd St. 772-011 for Free
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I. : STATE LICENSED. BONDED AND INSURED
PrfceDECEMBER I FOREVER FINE FOOD Specializing In Personal Care
ERICAN F 8, 7969 OPEN 24 HOURS ,\..... Infants, Pre-School, and After School Care,
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NO MINIMUM AMOUNTS REQUIRED TO INVEST
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1 SANDWICHES PREPARED TO YOUR SATISFACTION Hour, rates
AMERICAN SHAREHOLDER'S, INC. day night or weekly
BREAKFAST AT ANY HOUR
1 6524 San Juan Ave. Convenient to Cedar Hills. O.k HUll and W*.conn.tt. ,
7203 SOUTH LANE AVENUE PHONE 787-9833
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CYLINDER HEADS CRANK SHAFTS ROOSEVELT MALL
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Comp/efe/ VW Ports 'In Stock MONDAY A WED A SAT.
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St. Augustine Opens Gates. |

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Ar. It was difficult to tell who was
getting the biggest kick out of the
attractions in Augustine-_ the
kids or the grown ups at the
annual USO Pal Day held
Saturday.The .
event opened the doors of

_ ff? ,, almost every attraction in the
__ 't't.r city from the Castillo de San
Marcos to Marineland, of Florida
free of charge to all military
i fr personnel in uniform, their immediate
families, and their
girlfriends.Buses .
: chartered by the service
4 m : t concerned and private vehicles
ii carried an estimated 18,000
5'i
persons to the oldest city in the
United States. The Naval Air
Station. NATTC and other activities -
aboard the station accounted
for 12 busloads of people
attending Pal Day.
Members of the Air Force,
., Army and Coast Guard were also
present as St. Augustine becamethe
,',,,,' meeting place for service
.." personnel from most military
<'<
installations in Florida and
:: Georgia.The .
'TI: ??. Chamber of Commerce
,. -':. and the USO of St. Augustine
provided several persons to give

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help ,r, CONTROL MOSS $12.95 Type I

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name? More than 91 LL\ WITH ALL
9
years of experience in solving money problems- ,' r I .
that's more experience than anyone else in the busi- ,, L \ ONE INCI.UUEU" .
ness. And one reason why more service people- '
100,000 every year-borrow from HFC than from r SPRAY AUTOBAHN
any other lending company. Household says: "Never ATLANTICPARK
borrow money needlessly." But when you need
money help, remember: the most trusted money \N' ST. & BLANDING
help is as close as a call to HFC. PHONE 384-4021

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we'll supply your loan by mail 1 &
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HOUSEHOLD FINANCE GUARANTEED way to rid your trees of SPANISH MOSS! PARTS I

't'--F LORIDA 264-9835 Phone ,
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 ::,

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3734 Blanding Blvd.-Phone. : 771-9190

3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541, 389-1336 \ \ONTROL .
INLET MARINE
Penman Plaza Shopping Center U90 CASSAT AVENUE
1227 Atlantic Boulevard-Phone: 246-6421 s1& CHEMICAL (0. Sales & ServiceHwy. '

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I .11,000 Enjoy usa Pal Day


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information about the sights of t th
city who were on their first visit
there and the USO sponsored a
free ham dinner for their guests.
Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and
Airmen took advantage of the
free tours around the city on
board the trains and horse .
drawn carriages.The I ,
b f > --!',, ,\\,
kids had a field day
climbing on cannons, being
locked in the Old Jail and clap- k ,'\., .
ping with delight for the antics of
the porpoises and whales of

Marineland.And the USO. was open to all fora js$
restful break from the days
activities as it continued its
services as a 'home away from
home' for servicemen..
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THE HOLIDAYS! Cash & CarryCorner
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Can you afford not to compare? fall Us Anytime
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I 1N L d School Says Education a Must ',.

By SN Pat Williams ..
+<" It's pretty hard for the average He came into the service in April, AE Family ;
young person in the service todayto and was honorman of his Orlando AVCM Henry O. Long was very
imagine having gone throughlife boot camp company. He is wellon proud of AA Charles W. Long last
without any schooling. It just his wayMo making third class week. Charles, Chief Long's son,
seems natural. But AA Floyd R. petty officer, having completedhis graduated as honorman of Class
Wilson, who graduates from courses and passed his 927 of the AE 'A' School. Charlesis
Aviation Electrician's Mate 'A' leadership exam; but he doesn't a reserve and after graduationgoes
School next Thursday with an know yet if he will make the Navy on inactive duty. "
HONORMAN .. AA C. W Long.received honor certificate from his average ,of 87, has been in a his career. Chief Long, however, stays on
father, AVCM H. O. Long. schoolroom no more than twice in There isn't that much difference active duty as Phase Supervisorin

:;:::::::: :*:?:::: :::::*:fc&Club:::' :: ::: :;:;''" ::::t=::::::::::::::'<:=:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: his whole life. between Floyd\Wilson AE, Phase V.Leadership. '
'My father didn't believe in and other young men his age. He
Schedules public schools,' says Floyd. dresses the same, talks the same,
Though he did reading and likes to do about the same things. II i
studying on his own, Floyd was But he is just a little more eagerto Class 691 of the Leadership ,
:::::::::::::::::::::::*:::wBLUEJACKETS:::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::: 3-::?::&;::::: :::::: ::w::: ::;:::;:::::;:: working when most kids were learn. School graduated Friday, with r:
sitting in a classroom. Accordingto nine students. The honorman was
CPOCLUBEntertainment his father in- DN Richard H. Brown of NATTC ,
Floyd was an ,.'
INN by Mark Castle dividualist and a little bit ec The Gold Oak LeafLt. Dental. Diplomas were handed
Dance to the sound of will be featured at the chiefs' club centric. Leaving home at 15, out by Capt, Kennedy at an in- ,
Messenger of the Masses tonight, tomorrow night, and on Saturday Floyd became a construction Joe Eugene Fox and Lt. formal ceremony in the .;
and tomorrow hear the Camelots. Tommy Brooks will be there. worker. Clarence Marsh McQuaig are classroom. 4\
Phases of Fiction will be appearing There will be special live en- After he received his draft' now lieutenant commanders.
Saturday, and Sundaywill tertainment Sunday when the notice, he decided he might as They were promoted in a .
feature the Four of Clubs. menu specialty will be prime rib well make good use of his ceremony Monday morning in Defense Okays
Listen to your favorite country military time and so he came in the captain's office.,
western tunes Monday when the Navy to get an education. He LCdr. Fox has been aboard
Tommy C and the Seminoles will OFFICERS CLUB has gone through AE School NATTC since November 1966 Pa/m-N-Turn ,
be there, and again on Tuesday without being set back or drop- when he reported from Naval Air .
when Mel Gaden and the Lazy Dining and dancing to the ped, and has 28 more weeks of Facilities inSiginolla Sicily. He is
Rhythm Girls will provide the music of the Clubsmen will be school in San Diego and Norfolk Phase Officer at AO'A' School. Pill Bottles .
entertainment. Wednesday night featured at the officers' club
waiting for him when he
the Four of Clubs will return to tomorrow and Saturday LCdr. McQuaig reported herein
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graduates.In
August of this year, from Staff Washington (AFPS) The
the stage. evenings. Now is the time to buy
short Floyd Wilson is
very Command Naval Forces in armed services have been turning r
your tickets and make reser- eager to learn. In his case there is Vietnam, to become the Enlisted to a child proof pill bottle to !,
ACEY DUCEY CLUB vations for the club's New Years
one good lesson to learn by not
Personnel Officer. He entered the protect small children from
Tomorrcw Mel Gaden Eve party. going to school, that is the Importance service in 1948; LCdr. Fox has taking medicine not prescribedfor
evening
and the Lazy Rhythm Girls will "LET'S HOPE SANTA WILL.SOCK of an education.' 'It gets been on active duty since '1942. them. .b
pretty disgusting, he says, 'going Both are former enlisted men. Called a 'Palm N Turn- .
the entertainment and IT TO US wrr0.s.
provide '
from employer to employer. container is almost J
cap
on Saturday there will be dancingto 'SAVING According to him lots of men in The ceremony held just a little impossible for1 a child under six Ti, *
the music of a surprise band. the service take education for ".: t
an something special for LCdr. Fox- year old to open. The cap must be ,
'" granted.It seems strange to them Mrs. Fox was present and pushed downward with the palm !
that everyone doesn't have one. snapped his new shoulder boardsin of the hand and turned at the '
Floyd is from Houston, Texas. place. same time before it can be .:

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Hospital, Tacoma, Wash., ..,
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Department to approve ,the cap :
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Authorities said that if this type t to
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CI 360 childhood fatalies would
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Jax -How is it possible to takea It was the officers and crew of Roman Empire and Euclid's z t d
trip around the world, travel the USS Franklin, during the Elements of Geometry were
back in time to the days of the earliest years of the service, who among the titles found on the rg30'A 1 4''k f ff.R
dinosaurs, move with the beat of contributed $800 to purchasesome first list of beoks to be furnishedfor %
the latest rock bands, or walk 1,500 books for their the Navy at public expense.A .
side by side with some of the seaman's library. seaman during 1843 44, and
great persons of history? Shelves were constructed and later the author of the classic,
All this can be accomplished the ship sailed with its library to Moby Dick, Herman Melville t r A4 z k iI
without leaving a comfortablechair begin a three year cruise. In found that his ship's library was
through the services of the 1824 the Franklin returned and in the custody of a Marine Cor-
Naval General Library Program.The the books were given to the Navy poral and was kept in a cask. The 4 d. ,
program is celebrating its Yard in Brooklyn for the start of more timid of the ship's crew j'f <
50th year as an official govern- the first land-based seaman's hestitated to dump the contents to
ment system but libraries have library. examine them for fear of up- 1 1 !. x z d ,
been a part of the Navy almost The Encyclopedia Britannica, setting the corporal librarian. 'fs/R Y
from its beginning. Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the As the Navy grew, so did its
I'' <, I library. To meet the demands for 4
more books the Naval General
Library Program was initiated.
Asa separate administration, the
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come of age along with the ships
rA and shore installations it serves.
k The Navy library system has
grown up but by.no means has it
become stagnant. With 275 WARD WAGON. Red Cross volunteers at the Naval Hospital help the
F permanent libraries ashore, 961 ,Navy Library Program by wheeling mobile library through wards for
afloat and 281 extension units the benefit of patients.
whose purpose it is' to be

wherever Navymen serve, thereis enjoyment for the Navyman.At charge of more than 18,000
no time, nor desire, to stand the Naval Air Station volumes among which are in-
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still.The library, Mary DeLoach and her cluded a large number of elec-
z 4 a libraries of the Naval Air staff are kept busy checking in tronics and math books for the
i Station Jacksonville, Cecil Field, and out more than 30,000 volumesof students who attend either of the
the Naval Hospital and the Naval fiction, biographies, scientificand training center's two electronic
Air Technical TrainingCenter language books, plus many schools. NATTC is also the
exemplify the library system's other types of reading material. location for a children's library
mission to do more in terms of The NATTC library is headed
entertainment, education and 'by Marcia Batchelor. She is in (Continued on Page 13))
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contemporary records in the pleasant surroundings of the library's music room.


(Continued from Page 12)) library for dependents and Libraries i

with everything from the stan- patients who are able to leave the

dard old favorites to modern hospital.The forConvenience
children's literature.The Cecil Field library has Open
Naval Hospital has two some 15,000 volumes for adults P'
libraries. The library located in and the children are rememberedwith ::
the hospital itself has on its another 1,400 volumes for

shelves some 3,000 volumesfor youngsters. The well-lighted, Jax The hours of operationfor
the of and there is spaces which house the libraryare
use patients the libraries here and at Cecil
also a book cart that travels from paneled in light oak to make Field are as follows: _
ward to ward Tuesdays and the time spent there more
on The NAS Jax library is open
comfortable for those who use the
Thursdays. In the hospital exchange Mondays from 12:30: to 9 p.m.;
there is a 13,000 volume library. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and

The Naval libraries of the area Thursdays from 8:30: a.m. to 9 _
Local LibrariesRepresented have other to offer
many things p.m.; Fridays and Saturdaysfrom
the Navymen besides books. The PRESCHOOLERS- Even children too young to read can find hours of
Cecil Field, NAS and NATTC 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.; closed amusement in the colorful picture books found In the children's sec.
at libraries each offer musical Sundays.The tion.
Cecil Field library is open
enjoyment to their patrons with weekdays from 7:30: a.m. to 9:30: 16 ?U1tti

District Confab stereo record all players of and albums tape p.m., and on Saturdays, Sundaysand JlOLOAY',
recorders and types holidays from 1 p.m. to 9:30: FLY HOME 14)X' YfJ4l<<
and tapes. Cecil Field also offers UiiNG
more than 40 children's stories on p.m. THE !
The Navy General Library RAL l e
film and in the summer they
Program 50th anniversary was hour. (See Page ) SAff"'V"p"
conduct a weekly story 0J
marked with a three day !!
managament conference at the On this 50th anniversary awn
Sixth Naval Dstrict headquartersin celebration of the Naval General NA

Charleston, S. C. Library Program, all sea-service Josephine Neil, Sixth Naval personnel are invited to take ..
District Librarian, presidedat advantage of their library. y ,
conference.Special guest at the Visit the place that is X99ffi 3 Bedroom Mobile Home

anniversary meeting was Gerald 'wherever Navymen serve.' Featuring Spanish Mediterrean Early American.

Coble, head library service Contemporary and Country French ((1st time showing.. )
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SocialSecurity : Yule Sharing ThemeThe


Navy Wives Club Jax 86 Juvenile Home and books to the
held their monthly business children's section of the NATTC
Students, that Christmas part- meeting Dee 3,and the theme for library.In .
time job may do more than help the month is 'Sharing Christmas line with sharing their
pay your tuition or pay for new with All' Christmas, the club has donatedthe
clothes. For one thing, it will buy Mrs. Delbert Penn was initated proceeds of their bazaar to
you valuable social security into the club. the Naval Air Station's Sharing
protection for yourself and later ;r Mrs. Henry Barnes, president, Fund. The check was presentedto
for your family. announced that the club made the fund's chairman, LCdr.
Young people can get valuable contributions to the following George Sheldon,at the Christmas
survivors' and disability persons and organizations this luncheon held yesterday at the
protection with as little as a year month : Tuberculosis clubhouse. Mrs.Eugene Kubisiakwas
and a half of work under social Association ; Epilepsy luncheon chairman, and all
security.Thanks to the work they Y Association ; Muscular members brought wrapped
do part-time and on vacations Distrophy; a truckload of itemsto Christmas gifts to be donated to
many high school and college Goodwill; Christmas Sunland in lieu of the annual gift
students are already insured for decorations to Moosehaven; two exchange.
both kinds of young people's Christmas baskets to needy Saturday at 8 p.m. will see
protection even before they begin families; handmade doll clothesto members and husbands enjoying
their regular working careers. Jude Drakes Christmas party; their holiday social with Mrs.
I want to give two basic $100.00 of pajamas to the John Duval as chairman.The .
suggestions to young workers pediatric ward of the Naval Christmas party with gifts
who want to get the most Hospital; Christmas gifts to all from Santa will be held for the
protection from their social sons, brothers and husbands of member's children at 2 p.m. Dec.
security. members serving overseas; a 21 at the clubhouse.uso .
Make sure your employer has donation to the Big Brothers
correctly recorded your social Association; Christmas stockingsfor
security number. Without proper the Salvation Army's I I
reporting a worker may not get NEW MEDALS TO ADMIRE LCdr. Robert L. Reynolds Is Christmas party to be stuffed
credit for all his earnings. presented with two South Vietnamese government medals the Air with items the club purchases by Free refreshments will be
Check with social security Gallantry and the Naval Distinguished Order Second Class, by NAS the Cadet Scout Troop Jax 86 served at the USO this evening.
every three years or so to make Commanding Officer, Capt. H.O.Cutler. The medals are the result of sponsors. Tomorrow night the Girl of the
sure your earnings have been Southeast Asian tours with VA-52 and VAQ-33 as officer in charge of The club also voted to donate Month will be honored at a formal
correctly reported. Det. shoes for children in the Duval Christmas dance with music by

Mach V. There will be an in-
HAS Association 11.AFMA Plans Yule Bike Silo formal 'sock hop' Saturday, and
Members Only PartyNoon on Sunday the free feature will be
CROUP RATES The Navy Wives Club Jax 86 'Money, Women and Guns'
will hold a bake sale at NARF in beginning at 7 p.m. Be at the USO
INCOME PROTECTION- tomorrow is the deadlinefor dinners are free. Times Square beginning at 6 a.m. Wednesday and hear disc jockey
ENROLLMENT NOW OPEN making reservations to attend Monday. Mrs. John Eccleston is AI Albert play the latest and best
Mltllill/TNXLX the AFMA Jacksonville Chap- The party is scheduled to take chairman of the event, and Mrs. records from 8 to 11 p.m.III .
a ter's Christmas dinner and dance place Friday, Dec. 19, at 6:30: William Brown is co chairman.CbUilrtYs .

,.,.r.......r." party. p.m. at the NAS Jacksonville
Life tmvftmr AHiliMr'. : Umlrd of Omaha Members are encouraged to Officers' Club. The celebrationwill
WIUM. Of Owe,.,. U"CI(044.1 send in the names and pay for be Party
opened with Hor
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W. KABRICK their guests through Jim Phillips, D'oeurves, followed by, dinner
I Comptroller Dept., Bldg. 1, NAS The Navy Wives Club Jax 86
, 4077 Woodcock Dr. Suite 230 Jacksonville, Fla. The cost for and dancing to the music of The will have their annual party for
I Jacksonville, Fla. 32207 each guest is $4.25, members' Clubsmen. children of the members on

Sunday Dec. 21 at 2 p.m. Please
register the children's names and
ages with the club's
,- secretary. There will be gifts,
FLY HOME. entertainment and refreshments,
plus a visit from Santa. The Gods
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NEWS/AFTERBURNER
JAX AIR Page IS

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Gable and Vivian Leigh. G-S (220

HOLT PUBLISHING COMPANY CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Movie mins).

Publisher I CALL: 388 2755 HOSPITAL: 'YOUNG BILLY

S Schedule. YOUNG'HAS MATINEE: "WHERE
JAX AIR NEWS Ads should be mailed not later than TuesdayNAS
ANGELS GO. TROUBLE
Jacksonville for publication the following Thursday. Ads FOLLOWS' Color
-- comedy
AFTERBURNER arriving too late for this deadline will be Movies will be shown nightly at starring Rosalind Russell. (95
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NAS Cecil Field ,' published the following week unless the the NAS Theater at 7:30: p.n. mins).

S publisher Is Instructed otherwise. A check orS There ,will also be a kiddie

money order for the full cost of the ad must beADVERTISINGOFFICE matinee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a
received regular feature at 2 Sundayand SUNDAY DEC. 14
WITH the copy for the ad. p.m.
NAS 'HEAVEN WITH A GUN
4747 San Juan Avenue RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) $2.00 holidays : -

Jacksonville, Florida The Hospital Theater will have Color western starring Glen Ford

tS I' Per additional line (4 words per line) S0.50 one nightly feature at 7 p.m. Cecil and Carolyn Jones. M-VG (100

Field.will have two nightly shows mins).

during the week at 5:30: and 8 HOSPITAL: 'GONE WITH THEWIND'

p.m. Matinees will be shown on

HELPIOVERSTOCKED FOR RENTOR SALE weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. *
L EMPLOYMENTrrrrrrrw Sewing machines, Zig Zags S24.50. Houses and Apts. Equity VA &*FHA :MONDAY. DEC. 15
Straight sew $14.50. Singer Golden resales low down. Call Powell or NAS: 'SATAN'S SADISTS'. -
Sew $39-Singer Golden Touch &. Sew Mills, USN Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park THURSDAY, DEC. 11 Color cycle drama starring Russ
$48. Several consoles, $14. Electrolux: Realty, Military Free Notary.
SERVICE WIVES vacuum cleaner, 1450. Stereo con. NAS: 'BULLIT' Color action Tomblyn and Scott Brady M-G

CLERICAL JOBS OF ALL KINDS sole model $69. All guaranteed. Cashor starring Steve McQueen and ((90 mins).
Jobfinders 1372 Cassat, 387.5626 'or terms. Bank AmeriCard welcome. Bissett. M-VG
WATERFRONT LOTS Jacqueline ((113 HOSPITAL: 'HEAVEN WITH A
1022 Park Street. 354.7888 Come see or call.Open 8 to 8 daily, 1 to High wooded, perfect for retirementand mins), GUN'
6 Sundav'-
RAYFIELD SEWING CENTER year around living. Easy terms HOSPITAL: 'THE GREAT
WAITRESS WANTEDIIGood I Mobile Homes Welcomed-1 Mile Eastof BANK ROBBERY' Colot
4437 Wilson Blvd. 771-5028 TUESDAY DEC. 16
pay, good hours. Call 781 9818, Lake Ashbury on 209. Also new
comedy starring Zero Mostel and NAS 'DAY OF ANGER' Color'western
Mrs. Goff 10 A.M. -,5 P.M. restricted sub division near com : -
; pletion. Contact La Rue 725 3992. Kim Novak. M-G ((98 mins). starring Lee Van Cleef

STEREOTAPE RECORDERRCA and Walter Rilla. M-G (112
portable, Recorder Player with mins
PART TIME MECHANICOne ace., $125, or best offer. Call 7810206. SPLIT LEVEL FRIDAY, DEC. 12 ).
who wants to work! Must have Oak Hill Park Unfurn. 4 BR, 2Va B. NAS: 'YOUNG BILLY YOUNG' HOSPITAL : 'SATAN'SSADISTS'
own tools. Apply In person. ASTRO Cent. H & A. Lg. family room. Color western starring Robert
Motors 6566 Normandy Blvd., SEVERAL SINGER Moderate down pay. Assume SVi per Mitchum and Angie Dickinson.
TOUCH AND SEWS cent loan. 771-8976.
And other Singer Zig-Zags from G-G ((88mins). WESDNESDAY DEC. 17
CHRISTMAS CRISIS?? $39.50. See us for Best Buys in North HOSPITAL: 'BULLITTSATURDAY
Fla. In new or used Sewing Machines, OAK HILL'PARK NAS: 'SALT AND PEPPER' -
This need not be. We need 4 men part.
parts & supplies for all makes. Assume 51/4' per cent G.I. Loan, 3 BR., Color
time, 2.50 an hr. 3846331. Dec 13 comedy starring Sammy
Florida Sewing Machine & Supply 2 B., dishwasher, built-in stove big
NAS 'GONE WITH THE WIND' Davis Jr. and Peter Lawford. M-
5942 Beach Blvd. screened porch, carport, close to : ,
NEED EXTRA MONEY Phone 396-6744 school, nice wooded lot. 7717268. Color drama starring Clark G ((101 mins).

Ladies wanted for part or full time Open 10 AM.8 PM. Sun. 1 to 6 PM.

work can make minimum of 400Hr.
HOUSE FOR SALE
Must be ambitious. Call 387-2788 for
interview. FOR SALE Corner lot, 4 BR., 2 acres, newly OPEN SUNDAY

Elec. Guitar with amplifier. Go-Cart, painted, near Orange Park, 264-2949.
Floor furnace. For info. Call 3891692.

MAKE EXTRA MONEY ..'... ....' ,.<" ,:.,.'.. ;,.,"' ., ..y
'::' : "- >: ,' ''''' >'
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Few Hrs., each evening. No Selling. :,,\1::::::::,\::::. 'R E NTAt'.:.'S":' ::#ity.:
Must have own auto. Up to $5 Hourly l
possible. 3843360. ONE SINGER FEATHERWEIGHTLike
new. Original $169. Now $59. LAKESIDE ESTATES

Phone 3986626. Orange Park, House unfurn., 4 BR, 3 100%- GUARANTEEWe
(10,000 PER YEAR Baths, Built in Kitchen, Large
Including auto for Ins. Adjuster, Must wooded lot. 264 4367.
have College Degree, Officers Only, FOR SALE gave them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance In
No others need apply. J.W. Goodwin, Live crabs and fresh fish. Wilford Fish spection. Then we tuned up, tightened and replaced everythingthat
3966121. Camp. 264-9707. FURN. APT. needed It. And guaranteed them l6o% for the repair or
4 Rooms and Bath, $65. 2920 replacement of alt major mechanical parti for 30 days or 1000
miles. in and double check.
Come on
"- Delwood Avenue. Ph. 3556639.

MANAGER NELL'S CERAMICSDue S ENGINE TRANSMISSION 'REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE

Mechanically minded, type to to serious illness have to sell all ASSEMBLIES -BRAKE SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
handle repair work in packing houseas Christmas supplies and greenware at UNFURN. HOUSE
well as to handle upkeep or orchards discount. 771-0054, 5824 Joy Dr. S. 4 Room Bungalow Water furnished u IJI t 1

in Florida's new Peach In. $60. a month. 5937 Seaboard Ave. 771- 61 VW SUNROOF $795
dustry. Home furnished. Attractive 4324.
salary plus profit sharing stock op Heater, New Paint.
tions. Kindly write to 4747 San Juan ONE WHITE ZIGZAG
Ave., Box B, and tell us of your 64 VW SEDAN $995Radio
Nice cabinet $57. Phone 396.6744.JUSTISSTRAILER 2 BR., OAK FLOOR
background. No previous orchard At beater
Wall furnace, have place to keep horse
manager experience.necessary.MISCELLANEOUS. $75 a mo. 771-7397. 64 VW '1500' SEDAN $10952Door

:: :::i::;: MOBILE: ')HOMES' '1 Wi ::;. Radio & Heater. .


1il: : :t : :: ; I ij!liL!: : 2 BR., Apts.ORANGE, furn. or PARK unfurn. Dish 65 8t VW Heater.SEDAN $1195Radio

washer, Carpets, Drapes. Elizabeth
PARK Apts., 2642815. 66 VW SEDAN $1295Radio
1 Qtr. Mile No. of NAS, Clean modern
DO YOU WANT TO BE trailers and Apts.) 389 3007. fc Heater.

For information A DISC dial JOCKEY 356 .?8351. 1 !1;.TRANSPORTATION: ,. : : : t t'' 66 VW Square Back $1595Radio

---- MOBILE LIVING OF JACKSONVILLEAzalea & Heater

( Mobile Home Park4) Mile
67 VW SEDAN
PUBLIC NOTICE North of NAS, lots and rentals, Near AUTOMOBILES FURNISHEDEast $1495Radio
WANTED schools and shopping center. Clean, and West Coast 353 3691. At Heater.
Someone to assume payments on and reasonable rates. Manager on
SINGER DIALOMATIC SEWING premises. Children and pets welcome. 68 VW SEDAN $1600Radio
MACHINE in beautiful walnut con 6301 Roosevelt 3899226.
sole. Must place in your area to a 15 FT. CUSTOM BUILT At Heater
JOHNSON (IBOAT All fiber glass, 35
reliable party. Balance now only
$69.20. Phone 3531946. Day or night, SALE OR RENT h.p. Johnson, tilt trailer, electric 68 VW Fast Back $1995
ask for credit manager. Will deliver, starter. $400, 7717397. Air.
10 x 55 Mobile Home 2 BR, Washing 4 Spd.
no obligation. Machine, Very good cond. Located
- near Cecil Assume payments Ph. 69 VW SEDAN $1800
7716676. MUST SELLI IMMEDIATELY! '
OIL HEATERS 1963 Porsche Super 90. Call 3896826. Radio & Heater. '"

Cleaned and Serviced. Central Units, $1500. 67 ;
Space Heaters Wall and Floor Fur 12x69 GREGORY VALIANT $9952Door

naces. Tylers Heating and Air Con 3 BR., carpeted. Assume payments.Call Radio fl Heater
4711 Palmer
ditioning. Lake Shore -
Ave. 388 5161. 7710790. 1966 CHEV IMPALA 68 MUSTANG $1895
2 Dr:, Hardtop, R&H., PS, PB. Fac.
tory Air. Acces. Package, Deluxe 2-Door Hardtop, V-8, Auto trans., R&H.

SINGER MODEL603 1969 2 BR., 12x60 FOR Private RENT fenced lot. Interior 7246032. 66 VW .Station Wagon $1595Deluxe

Touch and Sew. Used very little. 6104 Dormlny Ave. Wesconnett, 77:-
$69.50. Call 398-6626 for Free Home 3717. Avail. Dec. 20. 49 DELTA OLDS
Demo. 6,000 miles. Full power & air. 2 Dr. $8952Door
65 FALCON
HT., Black & Gold. 5 mos. old. Save
$1200. Call 2642115. V-$, Auto Trans., Air Cond., Radio & Heater.
NEW RCA and ZENITH STEREOS :}! W :!!, : (i::. T ffl.I$ 64 RAMBLER $795....

Consoles some with AM FM, tape 4
players. At dealers cost. to liquidate 6IPORSCHE-912 Auto. Trans, Radio, Heater
stock. Full warranty! Phone 771 .0409. BY OWNER Call 389.3190 or 398.3935.'IHdAds.
OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
2Vj' acres of land, duplex apart. 49x31
feet. New paint, FHA qualify. For
GEORGE'S KENNELS info. Call 7716225.

Dogs and Cats boarded. Free pickupand WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
delivery Est. 1925, Poodle
Grooming Reasonable, 5085 BEAUTIFUL
Edgewood Ct. (Near Cassat and GROVE PARK HOMES

Edgewood 389 0064 Near Jax NAS Immediate oc I/f.";:' 'llj: ]" INC.
cupancy. 3 BR, 2 B, family room, all
brick, city water and sewage $21,600 ,

GIFTS up.Paul VA or C.FHA Armstrong, Real Estate' WID.e.1I 1150 Lane Ave., So. Phone 781-5511

For the Fisherman, Rods, Reels, Line,
Tackle Boxes, Boat Cushions. Fisher 1120 Hwy.Mrs.17,Raines Orange Park. 388-2755 Open Daily 8 to 8:30 Saturday 8 to 5 Sunday 1 to 6 PM

the Angler Hdq.166O Blanding Blvd. .
Day-264 9591 Night 264-6631
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Monthly Red Darter Selectee,





b: Aircrewmen Honored by VP-45


Jax -- ATN3 Thomas D.

/s' ''q.I 'q.t 'q. Adomyetz was named Patrol
Squadron 45's Red Darter of the
Month for November and seven
'
other squadron members were < rwP
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given special recognition duringan A"1 .' '
award held at the >
: ceremony : ..
squadron recently.Cdr. "\
S. J. McArdle Jr., 4 '
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: executive officer, presented w
Adomyetz with a Red Darter $ ---- :

plaque and a letter commendinghim \ ....,.... ,
his excellent
for per- ,
S. :5 5. formance in the squadron's
Avionics Shop.Nominations. \
for this award are
TREES- big selection of trees will be available for Navy Exchange made from each division in the '

shoppers at Mackroth Field. squadron and submitted to a .. '. ,\\ .
selection board which makes the ..
; .
Navy Exchange Opens final recommendation. The man
selected Red Darter of the monthis
rr awarded 48 hours special
TOP DARTERATN3 T.D.Adomyetz receives squadron plaque from
Christmas Tree LotJax liberty, assigned a special
parking place and given other VP-45 Executive Officer, Cdr. S.J. McArdle during squadron awardsceremony.

privileges. In addition, his picture .
Christmas trees are now tie-ons and ribbons are availableto
available and may be purchased add a festive touch to your and an engraved name plateare
at1\lackrothField from noon to 8 holiday presents. Personal placed on a plaque and Diving Chiefs Must RetrainThe

p.m. on weekdays, and from 9 Services also carries brown displayed on the hangar deck.
a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturdays.The paper and flat ribbon for mailing. ADJ3 Jimmy S.Busby receivedthe Navy has moved to reduceits The move is also expected to
trees of several Air Medal with the numeral 4 the fill its
are one over strength of second class help Navy
Christmas items now being of- Live poinsettias, mums, and to designate four strike flight divers by requiring further requirements for first class
fered by the Personal Services dish gardens are the latest gift awards for service with training for enlisted divers in the divers as well as decrease the
branch of the Navy Exchange. items currently in stock at Helicopter Attack (Light) top three pay grades. excess number of divers second
Located in the Navy Exchangemall Personal Services. These attractive Squadron Three in .Vietnam. class.

in Bldg. 27, the Personal plants make ideal Bubsy served as a door gunner Master, senior and chief petty Those chiefs who apply for
Services office has recently installed presents which will be long ap- and crew chief. officers holding diver, second training as diver first class will '
a gift-wrapping service preciated. They may be pur- Two conduct awards were class NEC must be ordered to training as soon as
disignator ( 5343))
which will continue to operate on chased weekdays and Saturdaysfrom presented.AK2 R.W. Pattengale, apply for first class diver possible after their application is
a year around basis. A large 8:30: to 5 p.m. and until 8p.m. received his first award and AW2L. received, the Bureau said.
training prior to July 1, 1970. Men
and D. Zurn received his second
selection of boxes and wrapping on Thursdays Fridays
in the top grades who do not
award.
paper is featured, and decorative until Christmas. Others receiving recognition desire further training will be

included AMCS R. H. Hendersonand removed from the Navy com-
AWl J. G. Ward who munity of divers, according to
received aircrewman Bureau of Personnel Notice 1510
designation for the P-3 aircraft. of Nov. 18.
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Up in Battle for LeadJax t


In intramural basketball season's individual high scoring
action the Air Force quintet total pouring in 31 points.
from 679th Radar Squadron Teammate Chuck Dettrey
remained undefeated in National supported him with 19. Jim .h
League play as they edged MAD Grover was the top scorer for ,
55-50 in action last Thursday. Medical with 23.
George Wi'icox led the winners In American League action
with 20 points and teammate Bob ::
Monday NARTU remained in a .
Grady supported him with 14. For tie for first place winning their ii Move Into
the losers Charles Johnson was third game without a loss. The
high point man hitting for 16 and victim Monday was Fleet a IIt
Forrest Puffenberger tallied 12... Weather Facility falling 73-32. Al "THESPOILER"
The Marine Barracks copped Williams led the game's scorers
their first win of the season and NARTU with 17 and Ev
edging rival MARTD 63-54. Roy Blanchard added 14 for the
Harris held scoring honors for the winners. : 1
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winners with 22 points and Tony Bonura and Bob Larson ADJUST YOUR
Marvin Franklin matched that each scored 15 for FWF. DAILY ATTITUDE
effort only in a losing cause, for Aircraft Maintenance pickedup
MARTD. their first win of the season as 15 MINUTES FROM THE
ComFairJax also remained they trounced VW-4 5542.
HUMMM: : OF THE BIG CITY
among the undefeated in the Ralph Tisdale notched 23 pointsfor
National League as they the winners and Jim Boley VILLAGE LIVING

clobbered Medical 70-52. tallied 13 in a losing cause for the SNIP SNIP .- And the new Itth Hole is officially open. Mrs. Jean WITH
Tom Bowie of ComFair hit the Hurricanes. Heyworth, wife of new ComFAirJax RAdm. Heyworth, does the EXTRAS GALORE *.'
Intramural Standings honors in opening the new lounge and restaurant that will be used by
golfers at the NAS course. Giving assistance to Mrs. Heyworth is Capt.H. 12.3 Bedroom
Basketball Bowling O. Cutler (left) NAS CO,and Cdr. M. H. Ott, exchange officer. The
American 19th Hole is connected to theCandlelightRestaurant and is open to all ApartaaatsFvriishtd,
NARTU 3-0 National golfers and their guests.

W H Flap Jax No. 1 37-1J i AidUifiriished
VP-45 2.1 AOMD NO. 2 35-17 FiersHumbedAgaJnAs/ /
A-C Adman Maint. 1.2 1.1 Eagles 36-20
Fah Pah 3319NATTC

. i'.2: NATCC No.American 17. 31',4-20 Defense TopplesJax COORDINATEDMEDITERRANEAN

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Round Five 36-4 FURNITURE
NationalComFairJax 1
FWF 32.12
2-0 Hunters 32.16 -The Jax Fliers basketball The Fliers offense came to life
679th 2-0 MAPS 25.15 team, hapless in their first five in Saturday's encounter but the ABUNDANCE OF
Hospital 2-0 Electrons 26-22 games of the season, again fell defense collapsed as Jax dropped RAMBLING AREA
Marine Bks. .. 1.1 Continental victims to a giant scoring another 119-82.
Medical 1.1 CPO's VW-4 40-12 machine as Hunter Army-Air Coach Odis Richardson's squad 2 FULL BATHS
MAD 1.2 pin Benders SS'/fe-lT'/fe Force walked away with two easy popped the ball in with much
.
FICEUR 0-1 TARS 32-19% weekend games. better consistency as five playershit WITH 2 AND 3
Air Ops 0-2 Uncles 32K-23ft The Savannah, Ga., visitors double figures with Mike BEDROOM APTS
MARTD 0-2 Seminoles 31.25Bob's burned the nets for 108 points Luchi the leading scorer with 20.
while all the local quintet could
manage was a skimpy 56 total Del Penn hit his high game of e DRESSING ROOMS
points.At the season with 16, Tom Bowie, WITH ALL 3
half the Fliers trailed by now becoming a steady per BEDROOM MODELS
Oak Hill only 17, and in this case it was former on offense, hit for 15,
still a close ball game because in newcomer Bob Cochran had 13
the second half it was no contestas and Carl Hattabaugh added 12. WALL TO WALL
Pure Service Center
CARPETING
the Jax cagers flubbed any This weekend the Fliers travelto .
real chance they might have had. Cocoa Beach to take on Patrick fI':
Open for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. High point man for the Fliers AFB in two games. .CO-ORDINATED
and the brightest hope on the DRAPES
team was Tom Bowie who pouredin
road service pick up & delivery 19 points.Guard Mike Luchi hit FLY HOME FOR

mechanic on duty Aw eric an & Foreign Cars his usual double figures as he ENORMOUS
SPACE
nailed-down 11 points. THE HOLIDAYSI CLOSET
The high point man for the
103rd. & Jammes Road game was John. Cameron of .(See Pp. U) CLUB SIZE POOL
771 "56 Jacksonville Florida Hunter who had M points.

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NAS Jax Athletic
Director Frank McCaffery came proudly presents
up with a bit of local sports trivia
after the Jackson. TallahasseeLeon
high school football game
last Friday in the Gator Bowl. Computer Crafted

It seems the name Mike
Norman rang a bell when he read
the story of the game Saturday Color TV
morning. Norman is the hefty
junior halfback from Leon who
scored three touchdowns and
added five extra point con
versions in their rout over DETERMINATION Jax and Cecil Battled to the final game of the
Jackson. One of Norman's touchdowns final match before the Raiders of Cecil took the honors.
was the game breaking 72-
yard kickoff return in the third Final
Cecil Jax in
quarter to give Leon the lead. Edges }

Now the connection with Mc rLJiThe .-
Caffery. It seems that in the 1950 Game of Ping Pong Meet
and 51 football season the Jax

Navy Fliers star quarterbackand Jax-The first fall table tennis In doubles play the Jax team
halfback was a young sailor matches between Jax and neigh got off to a quick lead as Frank
named Mike Norman. Right! You boring Cecil Field were held Cross and Jim Linn teamed up to
guessed it. Leon's Mike Normanis Friday with visitor Cecil takingthe knock off Roy Wagner and Pete
the son of the great Flier and team honors.In Henderlite three straight, 21-15, STOCKHOLM
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seems to be following in hisfather's six single events the two 21-17, 2117. 23'dlig.,295 sq.In.picture
path on the gridiron.In clubs split and in the doubles But Cecil rallied to even the

the day's of Mike Norman Cecil won two out of the three series as John Skidmore and Color console fine tunes automatically!
Sr. the Fliers were playing tackle with the final game going right partner Ken Horton knocked off
football against such opponentsas down to the wire.In Jim Lester and Bob Nunn 21-14, RCA Color Prices
singles Jax's Frank Cross 21-11, 21-15.;
and other
Florida State
many Luxury-feature color at a start at
area colleges. They played their dumped Bob Cooper 21-14, 21-14, The team winner would be less-than-luxury price.
home games in the Gator Bowl 15-21, 21-11. James Linn of Jax decided on the final match bet- Automatic "Locked-in"
before crowds of 15,000 and up. took three straight from Cecil's ween Jax's Jack Campbell and Fine Tuning (A.F.T.)
A pretty fair job of recalling Roy Wagner, 21-16, 21-17, 21-18. Billy Williams against Cecil Tilt-out control panel. $26995Model
sports stars of the 'old days' anda John Skidmore got Cecil back in Field's Ben Dacuba and Bob Powerful chassis. Come .
tip of the Sports Desk hat to the running as he got past Jax's Cooper. Both teams split the first in for a demonstration. EM417W
Frank McCaffrey. Bob Nunn 21-12, 21-14, 219. Jack fourgames with identical scores of
Campbell of Jax battled Ken 21-17 and 21-18 before Cecil came
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Horton in four games before through in the final game with a
Give every youngster on ycur winning as he won 21-16, 26-24, slim three point victory, 21-18.
Christmas list the present -witha 11-21, 21-17. Cecil's Peter Hen- :
future-U.S. Savings Bonds derlite took three straight from "LET'S HOPE: SANTA WILL Great sound
or Savings Stamps. James Lester 21-10, 21-15, 2115.. SOCK IT TO US WITH
Ben Dacuba earned Cecil the U.S. SAVINGS,
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Dress Suede Coats Dress Shoes


$ 69 $21,
Regular sao Regular 129.95 4 ",
Comfort, of fully leather
7/e length with mink collar. lined, cuffed heal, Corfam
Slip through tie belt. Sizes 6 uppers with leather soles.
i' to 18. 7Vj.11, 12. Cordovan Thrill Your

Child With/ /
Sears Yerti-Clean Boys Long Sleeved ALetter

Power Toothbrush From Santa
Acrylic Knit Shirts
Visit our Santa Post Office
197 and select an enchanting
Regular S13.98 1 088 Tonight Only! FREE letter that will bring
the wonder of Santa Claus
Cordless power handle Boys long sleeve 100 per to that special child
recharges automatically cent Acrylic knit shirts. .
_' Black woodgrain base. Blue, burgundy, gold WHILE THEY LASTI
Shop now and save. blazer stripes. Hurry. 6.12


Little Boys' and Save $4.11 .N:

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9 g11.9R Regular 13e 59 Regular $1.... 1288
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Choose from briefs, shorts
Sears chafing dish come In
and shirts. Pants have
avocado. Has wooden
elastic In .
legs. Sturdy handle. Uses Sterno heat
crotches.SIZES 2-4 only!

Sears Early American 32Pc. Set 12-Oz.

Towel Ricks Santa's Schedule Lido Tumblers. .
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Early American style styling, popular
towel racks are easy to size. Avocado or honey
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7Pc. Porcelain on 'Sears 3-Piece

Aluminum Cookware Toy Kitchen Sets

Regular nUt 1488 Regular m.4J 9988

Teflon II lining. Set: 1,2 qt. Realistic looking set with
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orders. parts, running water.
4'

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for All theChildren AII-AlimiiHM lIlt Sewing Machines


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