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Creation Date: January 11, 1968
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VOL. 25 NO. 40 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE/ FLORIDA JANUARY I II I, 1968




Ordnance Educational Opportunities
6 it j
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Chief Gets __


DecorationAOC Expand in New ProgramsIf :i


{
your one of those people who cost of this 18 week program is
William
B. Parker
has
make a resolution each year to $2.00 and prepares the student
been orious presented Service the Medal Navy Merit- expand your education, your chances for the test 'to qualify for a j
and the
will never be better than the Florida ,State High School Diploma. -
Vietnamese
Award
Decree for '68 selection that has been arranged The last high school program ,
duties of Vietnam.performed in the Republic by the Educational Ser- was a success with 98%of those

vices Office. taking the course passing the
. In the citation accompanying Next week registration and test and getting their diplomas.
the medal the Commander in classes begin for 29 courses being Promotion Tests '
Chief of the Pacific Fleet stated: offered aboard the station by
"AOC Parker was In controlof St. Johns River Jr. College at Any enlisted personnel In pay
the ordnance training center 8 Palatka. grades E 4 or above interestedIn
which was conducted by the 25th The cost for a three hour forming and conducting an off-
Attack Squadron of the aircraft course is $18 plus a $10 appli- duty informal study group in any
carrier Coral Sea of the 7th cation fee. Three fourths of particular rating may contact the

Fleet. the course fee will be picked up education office and sign up for
"During the period of Sept. COLLEGE PROGRAM .. Ens. Gloria Amatrudi station educa by the Navy. G, I. Bill funds the program. The success of this

13, 1966 to Dec. 6, 1966 Chief tion officer, explains St. Johns River Jr. College program to will also help pay for the cour- program will depend upon the
Petty Officer Parker did an outstanding NASers during session Tuesday evening. ses if applied (for through the number of people interestedIn
job in supervising and Veterans Administration. each of the Navy's many rat-

coordinating the various tasks Navy /Mobile Training Team Educational Services Officer Ings.
related to supplying ammunitionto Ens. Gloria Amitrudi, held a Information on any of these
bases repelling North Viet- lecture Tuesday'evening' and programs may be obtained by
nam forces. Offers Survival Class HereThe explained the Junior college pro- calling the Educational Services

:. "AOC Parker demonstrated gram to people that will be taking Office at Ext. 25962597.Ausd.rsoi .
t with his abundant Naval Mobile Survival up devices,and new developments some of the courses.
ability, sincere -
Training'Team will be aboard be held Mon-
devotion be of in survival equipment. The last Registration will Picked
to duty to
f service to his unit and to keep't base from Monday through Feb. day is devoted to aspects of sur- day evening from 4:30: to 8:30.
f 1 to present course in survival
vival ashore. This Includes theuse
t pressure upon the enemy while NAS 'Serviceman'ADJl
t at the same time contributed his equipment, and r techniques.Six .. of available equipment food Reading DynamicsThere

J. share to strengthen the Republic ClassesThe procurement"and health hazards. will be s reading dyna- Donald S. Anderson has
"Self aid Is also discussedon
com mics demonstration at Bldg. 955 been selected as the Servicemanof
.g which is designed the second
." } .. R' -meet-traign course day. Jan. 17 at 8 p.m. for anyone the Month for December 1967at
,:: ; -to ) "requirements All interested in ceremonies
bee ServicesThe
F' improving the inthecommanditigofficer's
Chief Parker has aboard for aviators and aircrewmen,will
NAS for one year and he and be presented six times. Each 'mobile team is under the speed and comprehensive of their office.In .
.I his wife Virginia and their two class lasts two day,; control of Fleet Airborne Elec- reading during an eight week the letter of nomination
!
course to begin Jan. 30. Cost of LCdr- R. J. Fitzsimmons Jr.,
I children reside at 71241 Ortega The first day of instruction tronics Training Unit, Atlantic.
the course will be $125 with $50 administration officer stated
.. Drive Jacksonville. He Works covers sea survival, equipmentand Servicing- every major Navy,Marine :
due the time of "Anderson has the
: at the Weapons Department. techniques survivor pick and Coast Guard air station at registrationand performed
. on the East Coast the team travels the remainder due the first duties as manager of the Acey
about 12,000 miles a class. Registration will continuein Ducey Club since July 1, 1966.In .
year
spending! from one to three weeksat Bldg. 955 through Jan. 30. addition to being manager
1 each he makes himself availableto
\ \ 'P4b/ stop.
PRCS Paul Chamberlin Is in High School DiplomaA help out in any congested area
charge of the four-man team, when needed -- from working in

I with Petty Officers First Ronald high school program is sche- the galley on paydays to sellingin
h Doctor Walt Meyer explains the horrors of psychedelic drugs Barcelona Roy Clement Delano duled to begin Feb. 13 for government the package store. He has

.,,' In the Navy's new film "LSD," scheduled for two showings McGowan and Stanley Crowleyas civilians military men and devoted, during this time as
at the base theater Jan. 19. current team members.Gen. women, and theirde ndents. The (Continued on Page 12)Corps' )

r Sometimes humorous but always, serious,the doctor removes -
; any doubt that an "acid head" trip to "never never land"Is

, more dangerous than any drug known to modern medicine. 24th Commandant Sworn Inthe I

Navy ConcernedHe

points out the Navy's deep concern for anyone In uniform Leonard F. Chapman Marine detachment aboard Personnel. He returned to the
1 who might take the drug or have taken it. In the latter case, became the 24th commandant of USS Enterprise; and 1st Lt. Walton States last June after servingtwo

I it could well mean death to the user or to many shipmates.All the Marine Corps on New Years F. Chapman a platoon commander years as commanding gen-
medical research into the effects of LSD' (Lysergic Acid Day and Lt.Gen. Lewis W. Walt in Vietnam.The eral of the Third Amphibious
; Diethlamide Tartrate) has brought the narrator-doctor to a mis- became assistant commandant. new assistant com Force in Vietnam. General Walt"

.: tified horror over the possible reaction of LSD takers. General Chapman moved mandant, General Walt, was also 54. received the Dis-
, LSD is unique in its effects on the human brain. Medical from assistant commandant up to formerly deputy chief of staff tinguished Service Medal Viet

., researchers have discovered that LSD attacks and 'severely dam- relieve Gen. Wallace M. GreeneJr. for Manpower and director of nam.SWORN .

ages the brain, while other drugs may leave only minor reactions ., who retired Dec. 31 after
and in time wear off. LSD does not wear off, but lies dormant four the Corps'top n,t s
f serving years as
. ready to trigger a person into some son of strange uncon- general.A .

" trollable mad monster.Mental Hangover 1935 University of Florida L

t graduate General Chapman is an
t. The "mental hangover" from LSD has been documented to artillery officer and staff expert.

recur into violent reaction as much as two years after trip. He wrote a large portion of theCorps'
! People may become horrified, lose their minds kill themselvesor basic doctrine on amphibious -
anyone near them while under a post-trip reaction. warfare. The 54-year-old
" The narrator tells of a young man who walked onto a California officer became chief of staffat

t freeway thinking he had the power to stop oncoming Marine Corps headquarters in
, cars with his bare hands. He died. 1964 and
January was appointed
. A California could walk Oakland
girl thought she across assistant commandant last July.
" Bay while on a trip. She drowned.
the
During the ceremonies at .r
" Deformed Children Washington Marine Barracks _
Generals Green and reviewed _
LSD may cause deformed babies. Researchers have found Chapman
two companies Marines
I that the drug shatters the genes which could likely cause abnormal before passing the Corps' battle
children if the should become
user a parent later.
l' colors symbolizing a new commandant -
The Navy's: concern Is well founded. If a user or formert for 300,000 Marines.

t user should suddenly "trip" while at his station on a ship or General Chapman earned the
1 airplane it could mean death to himself and many shipmates.
Legion of Merit and Bronze Star

Two Showings while commanding an artillery

_. The film is based on medical documentation and researchinto battalion at Peleliu and Okinawa ..... ,
during World War II.
the potential effects of LSD. IN .- RAdm. Wilfred A. Hern, Judge advocate general of
Everyone aboard the station is urged to see the film and General and Mrs. Chapman the Navy, delivers oath of office as Gen. Chapman becomes
become Informed the of LSD. It be have in the Capt. Ma-
on dangers will shownat two sons Corps
rine Corps commandant. Under of the
Secretary
9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Jan. 19 Leonard F. Chapman III, a Viet- Navy Charles F.
nam veteran and current CO of Baird looks on. (USMC Photo)
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Editorial View PointOpportuNity. I, Divine' $ e.r V.I(,e Star-spangled! savings 'plan.;'i ,::,. ';




Year of : ", ROMAN CATHOLICSt. 1S4

Edward's Chap9! .

What's ahead for you in 1968? What do the next 354 days have SUNDAY MASS - 9'a.m..'
ins store? and 11 a.m.DAILY ,
These are rather difficult questions to answer. However, thereIs MASS11:30a.m.: lfV'
one thing you canbe sure awaits you in 1968 and that is opportunity. SATURDAY MASS 9do: a.m. :
There is the opportunity become more skilled in your profession; CONFESSIONS - Saturday
to learn more of what is happening around you; to gain skill in a 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.7 : p.m.
field that maybe new and different;or to become more knowledgeablein
your dealings with others.
All these and many more opportunities are wafting for you in the U.S. Naval! Hospital
year ahead, but you must be alert and willing work to take advantage -
of them. { SUNDAY MASS8 a.m.
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PROTESTANTAll

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DIVINE SERVICE -'- -10 a.m. U. S. Savings Bonds
SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 a.m.

Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722 i .
CHURCH SCHOOL - 9 a.m. And : ': '
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Center 751
Chapel Bldg.

WEDNESDAYChoir Rehersal - 7 p.m. New Freedom Shares .
You can't sit back and simply wish good things will come to pass. THURSDAY'"
Hard work is the only thing that can make dreams and wishes Young Adult Group 7 p.m.
come true. Christian Science Service
By this time of year,many of us have made a number of resolutions . .8
to improve our lot during the coming year. SECOND MOND of Each: Month p.m. A Patriot's LetterBaltimore
Unfortunately, most of these resolutions are fo gottenbythe end of Chapel Women's Guild -
the month.So .
_.- 930am. The I this because I think
write
(NavNews) --
rather than list of resolutions make
just
holding to a long ,
one resolve. Resolve to take advantage of every opportunity for (Chapel Center) following letter was written by maybe these men have to hear it
improvement that presents iself in the coming year. Grace Ibex, a housewife, and was as much as I have to say it. We
By doing so, you may find you have created a few opportunities U.S. Naval/ Hospital printed in the Dec. 3 issue of the are not all for peace at any price
"Baltimore Evening'Sun." All that I can do for you, my
of your own for you and your family to live a fuller and happier
life. fAFPS) SUNDAY SERVICE10 a.m. SIR: In recent days the papers fellow Americans' over there, is
were full of pictures and news to get down on my knees to my
I.D. Current concerning the bloody battle of Lord 'and ask Him to give you
Keep Hill -$75 in Vietnam. This is not strength to continue and the know
Traffic the only place that war is being ledge of why you are fighting.
An expired dependents identification card can be a tantalizing waged, but it has been such a I can ask Him to give us full and
problem to the cardholder. Each day a large number of otherwise vicious battle that I cannot be complete victory over the enemyof
eligible patrons cannot receive exchange, commissary and routine quiet any longer with all the America, Christianity, and all
out-patient health care services solely because I.D. cards have Violation peaceniks sounding off. religions that worship the Almighty -
expired.In : .. On the morning Thanksgiving God.Finance.
some instances the requested service can be provided, but ')ay, when I awoke in my warm,
It must be delayed until such time as the required eligibility can i The following is a repo safe,. comfortably home, surrounded Reveals
be administratively established. of motor vehicle accidents ai by my family, I cried.
V j traffic violations for the period I could not be joyously thankfulon PayDay Dates
Active duty and retired personnel are responsible for insuringthat January 2 through Monday. this traditional day of joy.A .
each of their eligible dependents obtain and keep in their Number of Accidents pan of my beloved Americawas Military paydays for the first
possession a current card. The military sponsor has the respon- This Week ----------5 over there dying and suffer- half of calendar year 1968 have
sibility to insure a new card is obtained upon expiration dates for Total Accidents this year through ing and bleeding in untold agonyof been listed by the Navy Finance
his eligible dependents.In Monday ----------5 spirit and unthankfulnessfrom Officer here, along with num-
the case of the dependents of retired personnel, the applicationfor Number of Accidents through their fellow Americans over ber of days of pay tobe computedin
a new card must be verified by the military organization having Janary 1967 - -353 here.I pay checks.
custody of the sponsor's service record. Usually this happens to be Total number of days since want the men there to know Jan. 11, 11 days pay; Jan. 25,
some out -of state command. Under normal conditions veri- last injury in a motor vehicle that I care; I care so much I 14 days; Feb. 8, 13 days; Feb.
fication takes from 15 to 20 days. accident - - -10 cannot put it into words. My 21, 14 days, March 7, 15 days;
The station's Security Department which handles I.D.cards,offers Number of ViolationsThis soul cried in its deepest reces March 21, 14 days; April 4, 13
these hints for card holders. Week - - -63 ses. My heart aches for all of days; April 18, 14 days; May 2,
1. Look at the expiration date on your present card. If the card Speeding - - -10 their wretchedness and I cannot 14 days; May 16, 14 days; May
expires within 45 days, take action to apply for a new one, providingyour Going through stop signs5 help. I want those brave men to 29, 14 days; June 13, 13 days;
eligibilty continues. Other Violations48 know I am thankful to my Lord and June 28, 17 days.
2. Application forms should be picked up at the Security Office Forty eight drivers appeared for them . Flight certificates must be received -
in Bldg. 9 at the Main Gate. before the Traffic Hearing While I went about preparingthe by the Finance Office four
3. Apply for a new card immediately upon the loss or theft of Board at the meeting held on feast that the Almighty so days before payday (working
your present card. Dependents nare ,urged to take precautionary Tuesday. Disposition of the cases graciously bestowed upon me and days) in order that flight pay be
measures to guard against this. In the event that the card is lost included the following: 10 wishing thinking of them and figured into pay for those on
or stolen, dependents (or sponsorsare) required to report the cir- lost driving and parking pri- of them were home flight status.
cumstances to the security officer or the issuing office as soon viliges aboard station for vari- with their wives and mothers. 1 --
as possible. ous periods; 11 were assignedto When I look at my three little
4. When a sponsor and spouse are residing apart due to martial: complete an eight hour daughters, I think of our soldiers -
discord, legal separation or interlocutory divorce, the spouse is not course in remedial driving at Marines and airmen, and
eligible for commissary privileges. When this situation exists, the NATTC; 12 received suspen- bow my head in humility and
military, sponsor is responsible for picking up the card and applyingfor sions; Nine were given warn- thankfulness to them because
a revised privilege card which does not authorize commissary ings; 16 were dismissed; 14 they are keeping our children safe
privileges. However, if he is unable to do so the issuing activitywill were fined ( U. S. Commissioner from the treacherous enemy.And
help. );' and Six referred to com- when I look at my son who is a
Hospital, exchange and commissary personnel are empoweredto manding officers for possible junior in high school, lamthank-
pick up expired and/or invalid identification cards when the cards disciplinary action. Twenty ful that he will have brave men
are used for identification purposes to receive benefits. six drivers were assessed 57 to help him when it comes his
points. turn to serve his country ...
Keep Your Commitment

By LCdr. F. E. Sims, CHC

Vash Young has said: "Some people wait for the coming Monday AX AIR N'EW"S
before putting! forth renewed efforts. Others wait for the beginningof
a new month, and still others for the turn of the season, or the .
1'
year. But in my own experience I have found that the greatest of all ___
periods for anything, is today," The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
The above statement is true for all areas of life;but appearsto distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
Jacksonville, Florida the Holt
by Publishing Company, S
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be most neglected in our relationship to God. is
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though Jesus said, "Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box YA_
righteousnessYet our commitment to God comes someplaceafter 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub
our commitment shelter, furnishings, food, clothing, entertainment lication. News Items are welcomed from all sources Tele-
hobbies and savings. phone 772 3118 or 3119.
Some would lead us to make a commitment to God because we are
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a span--death may come at anytime. Whilewe concerning such should be directed to
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Instead of denying yourself of the presence and power of God VOL. 25 NO. 40 JANUARY I II I, 1968 IN SUNLAND Pert
, until some future tomorrow, why not find the peace, comfort and and pretty Margaret White
I strength that can be yours by a renewal of faith in God today? pauses briefly before taking a
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January II. 1948 .. JAX AIR MEWSAFTERBURNERBJ Pge3.


I Station-Squadron News Give Your Child A


I Advancements ::::::' Head Start to Success ,

VA 82: To ADJ3:. D. L. Marines: Jessie D. Howell to .
Jaster, S. L. Quinn, I. It. S/Sgt. He is the son of Mrs. J. If.A. ....Costs Less Than A
Garnham, E. D. Hawkins.VA C. Peek, Deland, and is marriedto ,
........ he Former'Charlene Howellof ,.! Pack of Cigarettes Per Day!!
45: G. J. Burke to Asheboro NI C. &" I
CS2{ L. V. Delacruze to SD2; t The World BookEncyclopedia
J. A. Denson to AZ2; A. O. ReenlistmentsVA
Floyd to AE1; R. ,D. Hunt to 82; ATR3 Larry G. Hull
AME2; G. L. Kirk to AMS2; for six years.
T. E. Laskey to AK3; J. T. VA 46:, AESJamesA. Bur- ---. .
Maxwell to AME1, B. R. Minish ditt tor six ye as. S/Sft. Howell .. .
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to ADJ1; T. A. PowenskitoAZ3; Station: DC2:Thomas G. Betts
'R. O. Rommelf er to AMS1. for six years. |
VA 15: Cosby L. Bentonto AE2 Leon Beene for four years
ADJ1; William Sladen to PR2;
Tony D. Watkins to A02; Edward Marines: Sgf. Joseph F.Hard-
Wolcott to ADJC. eman for six years.
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VA 66: D. K. Mars to ADJ1 AwardsVA _
R. L. Craft to AOl; R. J. Sheedyto
ADJ2; G. L, Shade to A02; 66: tWaldoman of theMonth information, demonstration, but NO obligation
R. L. Lang to ADJ2. YN3f Joseph P. Pockl
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WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS

CommendedATN3 .


Robert N.Stark received q AFTER RETIREMENT? 4'" ,

a letter of commendation from .
former VA-86 skipper Cdr.
Charles Long at the squadron's q y
change of command recently. : ... -c ....., : .
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Stark was credited with savingan
aircraft and possibly a pil ... '1
ot's life. On a routine inspect- 4,' ., ; 4 :
tion tour he discovered failed '
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rivets in an A-7A Corsair II :
and crackes in the wings. Upon i.:: T
further investigation, Stark found : (, : .
similar failures in all of the It 4J j" 4. :
squadron's aircraft. ::; :: .. ....: i.:: :
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Petty Officer Stark is the son 1! : .
of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Starkof < I U 4 v'
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Ottawa Lake, Michigan. He .* \ *
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attended Central Michigan Uni- %%
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\ersity before joining the Navyin ., .-, ... ..\ ... J .4
1965, *He'1< hast been'. withVA-: r *
86 since Jan., 1966. 4 ,... L 4+ r rc
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CPO Honor Grad ,. :.

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Chief Petty Officer Roger H. .
Clarke has received a special
diploma for his achievementwhile : f'' :
attending the CPO Aca- : '

demy. AOC Clarke attained an '. .
!:::
average of 87.15, ranking him as
an honor graduate of the :::.:::
Academy.

Chief Clarke has been in the : : r- -1 : 4
Navy since 1954 and at Cecil t1 -
Field since 1966. He is the son \ TE.E ;
of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Clarkeof

Greenville, SC and is marriedto .. : :, : ., .....
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He and his family live in Orange! ; ...... .
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January I 11 i, 1 1943
Page 4Navy JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER
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Wives Elect OfficersNavy Navy ReliefHonors


Wives Club Jax #86 held its first meeting of the.New Year 'J 'r-i 11Volunteers
Jan. 3, and Mrs. Leon Conley presided. ii- 1 ____
Guests were introduced and three ladies were initiated as members -
of the club. They are Mrs. Thomas Watson Mrs. Anamarie
Fountain and Mrs.James Timmons.
Officers for the new year were elected. The new president is The Jacksonville Navy Relief
Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett: vice-president,Mrs. Jay Perry; chaplain Society presented 11 awards to
Mrs. Edgar Trittschuh; treasurer,Mrs. William Brown{corresponding a'1' Jacksonville Navy Relief volun-
tR9j
secretary,Mrs. Richard Hendriksen; recording secretaryMrs.Thomas teers at ceremonies held aboardthe
Hamby and parllamenurian.Mrs. Henry Barnes.A Naval Air Station Jan. 3.
nominating committee consisting of Mrs. Charles Smith, Mrs.
Beatrice Few
Mrs. and Mrs.
Mrs. Lucas Mrs. Meyers and Mrs.
Thomas Wofford Gregory Barney
Anna Harris were the first
James Bradstreet was also elected for the coming year. recipients -
of the 2500 Hour awardsin
Installation of the new officers will take place Jan. 20 at the Roosevelt -
the Jacksonville area.
Hotel. Downtown Jacksonville. ;
Others receiving awards for
their volunteer work for Navy
25 Years Experience Relief include Mesdames Mary
EXPERT :: f Green Carole Cohen MaryEllen
4 w9 Josephson Lonnie Loonam
Income Tax Service
Y Belva Osborn and Kay Voigt
each receiving 100 Hour pins.
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1Ja: i ;h ji ; Mrs. Gertrude Kuchler and
PAUL REMLINGER TWO OFFICES: Mrs. Irma Hartwick received the

1630 Hwy 17, Orange Park (Next to Orange Park Motors) 600 Hour pin and Mrs. Rita
Jastremski was awarded the 1000
530 S. Edgewood Ave. (Near Lenox) Hour pin.RAdm..
-' --- Robert J. Stroh pre-
SHORT *O CA 1 LONG &A 00 2500 HOURS. RAdm. Robert J. Stroh presents Mrs Beatrice sident of the Jacksonville Navy
FORMS *A.DU I:: FORMS *0. UP Few with a 2500 hour award for Navy Relief Work. Mrs. Few Relief Society welcomed the lad

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Safety Glasses '' ; Credited with ? AAl "",. ...


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employee at the Naval Air The saw, traveling at 3,000 revolutions inch steel ball from a height 'i'j
Rework ,Facility here found that per minute hurled the( of 54 inches onto the lens. ..4
safety pays after wearing protective sheared tooth with such speed In recalling accident Harden i iI
glasses for nearly 25,000 that the protective lens was said, "I consider myself (
hours on the job. completely shattered. However, extremely lucky and I urge every-
The eye and possibly the life no foreign matter entered Har- one to wear safety'glasses while
of AL. Harden were saved whena den's eye and the inside of the working at eye hazardous opera-
high speed saw he was using shattered lens was as,smooth as tions." ,\
sheared a tooth which hurled into the one not broken. He continued, "I have worked '
the right lens of his safety glass- Clayton Owens, Rework Facil- with eye hazardous equipmentevery
eSt ity safety engineer, pointed out :
day for 11 years and every
that the manufacturers
test safety
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day I've worn safety glasses.Thisis
Merit Job glasses by dropping a fiveeightA. the first time I've ever been RETIREMENT WATCH-Charles Field, (left) presented a retirement .

hit, but once is all"it would take watch to James G. Patterson, NARF, when he retired y
without the glasses. after 25 years with civil service.
OpeningsAnnounced Harden becomes the seventh
member of the Wise Owl Club,
an organization sponsored for
25 years by the Society for the Kcfi : PIZZA
Prevention of Blindness. To become l ) 1
eligible for membership, l *
J TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOMy
The merit promotion opportunities sight must have been saved by the
listed below are currentlyopen use of safety glasses.In PREMIUM BEER'CHOICE CUT STEAKS

for receipt of applications. pointing out the,importanceof er ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI
The area of consideration and safety glasses, Owens stres- /
closing date of each bulletin is sed, "The Navy goes to a lot \ '=, "PIZZA". .
shown. of expense to provide safety glasses -
MPB No. 72-67 PlanD-Grades and prescription safety glasses OUR SPECIALITYl!
CS-1 through GS-4,covering pos- when needed; if people will > j
dons as follows: Card punch use the glasses while working in t, 1 HOURS:

operator GS-2, GS-3 and GS-4: L,. Harden eye hazardous jobs, eye injurycan O v vC BBt v t t m ff* ><"!.I-Tfiurs. 4pm7 fl 11:30pm .
Clerk (all series), GS-2 and GS-3: be eliminated. Friday 4pmjtam i

ClerkGS-4 with specific options, I I q Saturday Ham-lam 4
(i.e. supply, accounts maintenance 4
3619 Blending Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 4
mail and file, etc.). Clerk- 4j j
typist, GS-2, GS-3 and GS-4:
Electric accounting machine operator -
GS-3 and 4: Engineering a
draftsman, GS-2,3, and 4: Fire r r rr
fighter (general), GS-3: Fire
fighter (airfield), GS-4: Fire
fighter (structural),GS-4:Guard, '
GS-3 and 4: Messenger, GS-2, 1 1 : '-' :
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Send for free booklet Hamilton Funds, Inc.. "
3, and 4: Sales store checker, prospectus describing ; "
GS-3: and Stenographer,GS-3 and a mutual fund holding common stocks in over 80 American corpora I : :
4.' .. ., : : : \ .1 : ,;.' ,
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Xtions. Monfhlytll1vestments'of $20 or more. '41 ; 'r :1fr V. "$ & I
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THESHAMROCK Funds'NC PAD BOX soei, Colo. 80217 YOU

Please send free Hamilton prospectus-booklet. 2-0-104098
Name on the dotted line

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N.Ii'. C" ,, at San Niblick Juan will cost!

OPEN SUNDAYA .. I
You're told in advance at Household ,. ,
t+ 2 fh'dr""ms '.-
( arJctI T\pt' \partIIIIiS.: Finance. The cost of your loan is spelled .
u'.11 (\UII/T\/ ( luhK out'clearly, simply, and In dollars and
t..(rrrorh/' ; "'tC .'
cents. No extras. No hidden charges. No '
"U'ICIIS! cqu.ppt'J ,w iii I li C ''
I Kongo [L" I Kclrua'taiti! 1 "surprises" afterward. You get the facts ,
ftiJIL'.Jlwi ..\." t'>H J.i. iUMict t LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY first, before you borrow. ;w
and |Ilcatng| !!{ In d l.m. /' "
That'sone : 'i.
reason why,every year, more
Drapes rurtl.s''IrCJ', __ end Performance Inspection. ','" :..
W f them the VW 16 point Safety than million to for
\\\all\ to \Haii arpci.nti!4 uuJLuc Then we tuned up tightened end replaced everything that 21/2 people come us
SWIIIIIII.IIH I' n..ded It. And guaranteed them 100,.for the repair or replacement money service. They get loans to pay bills I
of all major mechanical part* for 30 days or 1000 miles. Comeon
Phone 384-4406 In and double ch.ck. .,to get better cars to fix up their
ENGINE ASSEMBLIES TRANSMISSION SYSTEM REAR"ELECTRICAL AXLE FRONT SYSTEM AXLE homes or to meet other important ;

needs.

68 VW CAMPER. . . . . .$26 9 5 When you need a loan, you'll find that ,',

you, too, borrow with confidence from the :",
67 MUSTANG 2 DR., HT, AT,. . . $2295 company that tells you the cost of your

loan in advance. ''I'I
64 VOLVO 1800S, Air Cond. . . .$1695 I .,0'.
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NavyAUTO *, ,;;,
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63 CHEVROLET SUPER SPORT Loaded. .$1295 YM Cash Get MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS i'").
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payer, prprefr payee, pay.erl "
66 VW FASTBACK . . . . .$1895 : $100 10.07 $18.48 ,;.. :,
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200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 .At

66 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe. . . .$1795 300 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45 ..
500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78
t 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 .
63 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe A/C.$1275
,, Charm art compuliJ at 3% on Ikat part ./
icktdultd monthly balances not tmtJtnt IJ(}()

thffCROBERT 62 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe. . . .$ 995 and.n on prompt any paymtnl"",.iruln.and inclsducharps.This uluJult itkmd


TRAVIS 63 VW STATION WAGON. . . . $ 895 HOUSEHOFINANCE 1

VW SEDANS FROM 1962 to 1968
& ASSOCIATES, INC. ;

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388-3583 6483 ROOSEVELT' INC. Cedar Hills Shopping Center ::'
AT MAS .
3734 Blanding Blvd.-771-9190 .
1150 LANE AVE. S. Jacksonville Fla. 781 5511
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Merit JobsContinued Wage Board Questions-


( from Page 5)) Answered for CiviliansThe


semi-skilled positions lvel It3FA
pay
since the last
rates wage-change
ungraded
seven and below. wages of civilian
MPB No. 83-67 Plan B All d employees are based on private survey, a corresponding increasewill
skilled positons pay level eight rates in the local area. A wage be given Navy ungraded em-
and .
and below. survey will soon be conducted ployees supervisors.Q.
aae '. covering private firms in the
Area of consideration: NAS, ., about surveys Who decides whether a wage
wage
NARF NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, questions Increase is justified?
Navy Commissary Stores, Jack- are: A. The Under. Secretary of
sonville. Applications for these : Q. When are full-scale wage the Navy, based on technical report -
positions will be accepted at any surveys held? from his Office of Civilian
time. A separate application A. Full-scale wage surveysare Manpower and Management re -
Form 57 must be filed for each, f i. normally held every three commendations from the Navy

position in which interested. .. ,; year. In the Intervening years Wage Committee.Q. .

MPB No. ,. : j',!",; wage change surveys are con- If an increase Is indicated
158-67 Industrial
; ducted. In this' instance, the
become effective?
it
when will
Engineer, GS-5, 7,9,and 11. Areaof last full-scale survey was
wage
A. Under the provisions of
consideration Nationwide. Applications -
will be accepted until ; held two years ago. Public Law 85-872, if any pay

the needs of the service are met I which adjustments result from this sur-
Q. Who
I determines they must be Into effect -
and will be considered as re- vey, put
ceived. 25 YEARS SERVICE-James Tripp (left) received a watch, from firms will be contacted? no later than the first pay

MPB No. 174-67 Computer NARF shop superintendent Charles Field, when he retired A. The local Navy firms committee will be period beginning 45 days after
determines which
specialist, GS-11. Area of con- after more than 25 years of civil service employment. contacted. The list of firms is ordering the survey, excluding
sideration: Nationwide. Applica- Saturdays and Sundays.Q. .
based ,
on previous surveys plus
tions will be accepted until the firms with the
close of business Jan. 29. 26 .Civilians Promoted new State Employment, contacts Office,and requests Are incentive and piece
MPB No. 175-67 Electricalen- work rates collected?
gineer (utilization), GS-9. Areaof from employees and employee A. Yes, provided that base
The followingNASJacksonville ( GS-\: Gor-
)
consideration Nationwide. aerospace engineer groups. guaranteed rates are also avail-
: U.S. Naval Hospital, Naval Air den E. Moreshead, student trainee able and hourlyearningscan
will be average
,through Applications the close of business.Feb. accepted. Rework Facility1 and NOTU, Pat- (electrical engineer), GS-5; Q. Are all types of firms be accurately determined.Q. .
rick AFB employees have been l William H. Broadway, industrial contacted?
28.MPB .
No. 1-68 Budget. anal- promoted in accordance with the engineer, GS-7; 'Aloysuis R. A. No, some types of firms Are bonuses paid by private -
station's Merit Promotion Pro- Mueller, A/C metalsmlth; Mary are excluded: wholesale and retail -
yst, GS-9. Area of consider- firms ,used in computatingrates
ation: Nationwide. Applicationswill gram: Ann S. Broos, clerk (typing), outlets, construction com- ?
NARF GS-4; and Mickey T. Newman, panies, job shops.
be accepted through the closeof : A. Yes, provided they are regularly -
business Feb. 8. aerospace engineer, GS-12. and
William E. Troutfetter, bear- Q. Whyare construction firms paid per agreement
Disease Vector Control constitute of regular
ing reconditioner; Raymond V. and job shops excluded? part com-
Geiger, general foreman (Ale: Lexter Branson, biological technician A. Because their work is pensation.Q.
CanYouTAKE O&R) I; Dozier!F. Batts,aircraft GS-9. typically intermittent and sea-
.
I Are
metals workers]; Doris H. butts, NOTU, Patrick sonal; they do not pay fringe benefits surveyed, ? supervisory pay rates
YOUR CAR office services manager, GS-9; ; or, in other words, conditions -
WITII YOU? I Billy Corlew, aircraft metals- Barbara C. Inbusch, clerk,GS-5. of employment are not;similar such A. No as,since for supervisory Foreman (Lead-rates
For Financing' and Insurance smith; Ernest S. House, inspector to Navy employment. "
I (A/C airframes); Bill Conner, Fleet ingman) and General Foreman I
Stateside and Overseas. Call I Weather Facility
and II are set on a fixed percentage
inspector (A/C electrical systems Q. Who runs a full-scale
DYER M. BURR Charles B. Hill Homer L. ? differential above rat-
); ,InspectorAC Bennett, Frances M. wage survey .
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES ( assembly); William W. Curnow and Sharon B. Farrow, A. A committee composedof ings supervised.Q.

FINANCE CORPORATION Sims, inspector AC air meteorological technicians(gen.) representatives of each com- .
and frames); Sharon H. Skipper, GS-5 manding officer of major naval Does the local committee
clerk-stenographer, GS-4; Richard activities In the area which err- recommend the new wage scale?
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE U. S. Naval Hospital :
I INSURANCE COMPANY D. Allala. A/C instrument ploy civilians. In this instance, A. No., The...committee sends I
: 5615 Tlmuquana' Rd. 771-0527 mechanic (electronics? ); William Mary S. Guilford, Leura J. Switzer the committee is composed of representatives the factual data found to Washington -
I C. Fort. Ill, student train e L and Sue S. Henderson, clerk, from NAS Jacksonville It may, however; make

GS-4. NAS Cecil Field, NS May- any desired recommendations.

port, Naval Hospital and NAV-
AIREWORKFAC.Q. Q. Who determines which'occupations -
will be surveyed? I

ff77 How are pay rates obtained A. OCMM furnishes a basic I
.. from private firms?: list which may be added to by
A. Employees are; selectedby the local survey committee. Em-
i CO's to serve as data col ployees and employee groups also
lectors. These employees will have the opportunity to suggest
visit Jacksonville firms and obtain additions deletions to the list.

rates on jobs comparable to

J, Navy jabs t Q. If my rating is not sur-

J'JJAJ7R veyed, how is my rate of pay
Q. Is a pay raise assured set? '
from Jax survey?" A. Your pay Is set from dataon

t'f A. If the survey shows a national trends in private
sufficient increase in privateSEGRAVES industry and on the basis of align-
ment with other ratings of equi-
EB35BSS9EEEES8ESSEE3 valent skill and complexity.Q. .


If my rating was surveyed,
will I get the, actual rate foundIn
SERVICE this area?
CENTER
A. Not necessarily. Navy pay
is based on overall survey re-
4669 ROOSEVELT BLVD. AT ORTEGA RIVER sults. For example, survey results -

'heie may show that local rates
PHIIIIPS 39111 1
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24 creased. If, however, the over-
Heir
Like to watch things grow? Plant your Reid 1Nrli all results show a general increase -

Wrecker Service the general increase will
savings here at be reflected in higher rates for
'j all Navy jobs.'lilt.
COMPLETE FUEL OIL APPROVED

AUTO SERVICE SERVICE GARAGE


: BARNETT64t RENTAL CARS 1t.'U: @n?I I I I

} Complete Marina. Sales -- Service. I I
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NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE I I
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:, MCMVCW rCOCWAk. OCPOCIT INSURANCE CORPORATION :: Bats & Motors \EVINRUDE) Formula
High Trades PRICE TQ EVERYONE
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NAS JAX FACILITY OFFICE Bank Easy Financing Drift R. Cruz

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Building 39 Ext. 3870 _BOAT GAS AT REGULAR
:: 1$ 11 le'" II 1111 'f< Monday Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00: p.m. :: Body Shop Phone 389-4659
Thursday: 9:30 a.m.4:30 p.m. s
Friday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00: p.m. '
4501 Irvington Street TIL. 6pM.

NAS Cecil Field FACILITYOFFICE AUTO BODY REPAIR AND PAINTING

;.4 Building 26 Ext. 226 WRECKS COMPLETELY RESTORED SURPLUS GOODS

Call or Drive In For Estimates
Monday r Friday: 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. Our 39 Year Reputation Is Your Best Guarantee DISCOUNT STOREJ

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2? I
6435 ROOSEVELT BLVD. I "Just.North of NAS JAX Main Gate"

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1968
I BUICK SKYLARK 2 Door Hardtop,
Two Tone, Bucket Seats. SAVE $500 Mobile Home j

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Phone 384 2386 4621 San Juan OWNED&OPERATED BY: Bank Financing Available

Shrimp Special' fcit j $1.19 I 389-6617 PH. I John Thomas C. Thompson Cheek USN.USN Ret.: Ret. I 6263 Roosevelt Blvd. 384 -.5584 I.

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Singer Touch & Sew I
Small Loans on Any TveWed or Thvr. .

Repossed, Like New, Darnes, Mends, Sews :;I Anything off Value .1
over Pins and Needles, Fancy Stitches,' *
Blindhems, Winder Bobbin in side Machine, i Bargins on LUBRiCATION...... 79
Pick Up 10 Payments of $7.50 mo. or pay :
$72. Cash.. I I I, Unredeemed Merchandise J I 1

Morse Center I
Sewing I AIR BASE PAWN SHOP SERVICE STORES
6437 WILSON BLVD. 771-8211 i 6463 Roosevelt Blvd. Phone 3844066. .'I 5429 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 33D4671Trout's "
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Jay Jester USN Ret., Mgr PHONE 771 8780
MORRIS ..1 I I III 'I" "JAYS" WESCONNETT ,! Restauraunt

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L AUTO SUPPLY"We i! SPECIAL OF THE WEEK!
1 Standard Service :j I
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Serve You 103rd & Blending :1..60

Complete Ante Repairs Salad, French Fries, Rolls
Seven Days A Week" II! us
We take better care STANDARD 40 Years Serving Fine Foods

5836 TIHUQUANA; RD. PHJ1\\-S616,'?, ; of your car. OIL 5943 Roosevelt Blvd. 387 4944

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In Normandy & Cedar Hills I : Skyway Tavern .k

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LUBRICATION ...... 6461 Roosevelt Blvd.
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REALTOR APPRAISALS Every Friday Night 9 PM til 2 AM

MORTGAGES SHMCI4MNMMMWVM.V THE OLDEST BEER IN TOIVNVirginia
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0O I .HOMES LOTS
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5887 ROOSEVELT BOULEVARD
RENTALS SALES
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PHONE 388.4618 REALTOR
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New CO, Safety Award, Medal New Space



Marine CeremoniesThe Exhibit OpensA -

Highlight full size model of a wing
less aircraft that derives aero-
dynamic lift from its own-shape
Flying Gators Florida's have flown the Cougar F9F 6, and are currently flying the Doug will be part of a three day
only Marine Attack Squadron F9F 8B and F9F 8T jet las Skyhawk bomber. Air Force walk through space
... There have been six commandIng tomorrow at Re-,
(VMA 142)), will be presenteda } exhibit opening
;:rl
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10 year accident free safety officers in the past 10 years. gency Square.
award and the Marine Air Re- _{ Maj. Maurice L. Murphy Mait- The Air Force lifting body is

serve Training Detachment will .", _." ''i:( land Fla., is the current com- designed to explore flight charac-
get a new commanding officer Y manding officer. teristics at speeds of more than
General Adams is due to arrive miles hour.
during ceremonies aboard the 1,000 per
.
station Sunday. ,< A. ; here at 11 a.m. Sunday and will Future use of lifting bodies

v Maj. Gen. Arthur H. Adams Y ,. /:1"1.f' hold a press conference with may include ferrying crews and
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commanding general of the Ma- local newsmen two hours laterin supplies to space stations satellite -
rine Air Reserve Training Command Bldg. 900.During inspection and repair and

Fourth Marine Aircraft the award ceremony. space rescue.' Its adaptabilityto
Wing.will present the award at hk General Adams will decorate Cpl. many uses could mean
the 2:30 p.m. ceremony.The Roy H. Lambert for heroism economical mass productionand
reserve squadron established while serving as a crew chief a further stimulus to rout-
the safety record with Marine Helicopter Squadron ine space flight.
between Jan. 1 1957 and Dec. R 363 in Vietnam. Lambert The model to be displayed does
31, 1966. while flying over 16,000 will receive the Bronze Star. not represent any specific exis-
flight hours. The Marine fliers The safety award will be received Cdr. Farrell ting craft but will provide visi-
hold the longest accident free .... by Major Murphy on behalf tors a clear visual inspection ofa

safety record of any single en- '..... of the officers and men of VP-5 Is Under possible concept for space
gine jet aircraft squadron in the ,_...,;.tlI.,....,./. the Flying Gators.To ships of the future. It is only
nation's armed forces. '....... conclude the ceremony one of several displays includedin
New CommandCdr.
Since 1957 the flying-- uators Gen. ,Adams General Adams will witness a the walk through exhibit......
change of command ceremony.Lt. .
Col. A. S. Ohlgren will relieve J. R. Farrell assumed Jax Radio Club
Lt. Col. L. E. Lovetteas command of Patrol Squadron Five
@Bob's Oak Hill commanding officer of the (VP 5)) Dec. 28 when he relieved Plans Meeting
Marine Air Reserve Training Cdr. J. V. Josephson who
, Detachment Colonel Ohlgren had commanded the Mad Foxes W4NEK the Jax Navy Amateur -
: Pure Service CenterOpen has been executive officer of the since January 1967. Radio Club will hold its
detachment for the past 18 Commander Josephson report first meeting of 1968 Jan. 16 at
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10, p.m months. Maj. Speed Shea former to NAS Patuxent Riser 7:30 p.m.
t executive officer of the Marine this month to assume duties as The meeting will be held in
Air Detachment Naval Air commanding officer of VP 30. Building 726. A movie on
road
service. pick up & delivery: Training Center will become The. Max Foxes' new skipper is transistors will be shown. All

mechanic on -duty American & Foreign Cars executive officer of the reserve a 1951 graduate of the Naval personnel interested in amateur
Academy. Following graduation
detachment. radio are invited, to attend.
General Adams is scheduled to from the academy Commander
,_ 103rd & Jammes Road fly to Miami following the day's Farrell was assigned to duty 'a-
.7I 9156 Jacksonville, Florida activities here.Florida board the USS Leyte for a short HONDAMOTORCYCLES
.. time before receiving orders to
flight training at N AS Pensacola.He .
received his designation as a
naval aviator in May 1953. We Give Merchant Green Stamps

ti Following flight training Com; e
mander Farrell ietVed with Wea"

j ther Squadron Two (VJ 2)) and ;.... --
i Airborne Early Warning ,Squadron >,I ... :'\.fJ

Four (VW -? 4)), ,In 1956 'ii. .J... ,
he reported to themval Academy MOTORS&CYCLES
\
.. for a two year tour as an
electronics instructor.
He has since served with Patrol
Squadron Two USS Duxbury Bay COMPANY INC.

(AVP 38)) as navigator; Naval 4949 BlandingPH
Air Development Center Johns-
ville Pa, and then to VP :5) 771-8244
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MoviesMOVIES Club SchedulesUSO


will be shown regularly Tonight 111I1l<<.. ,.
at the NAS Jax Theatreat CLUB and every Thursday night Is"Free Refreshment
6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru Time" at the :pSO. Also a free movie will begin at 8 p.m. Tomorrow -
Saturday. There will also be a night" is "Coffee House Night". Saturday night is "Ladies
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays,. Choice.
Sunday and holidays. The Hospital t'i*************** Ads should. be mailed tc the Holt, Publishing Company,

Theatre will have one nightly CANDLELIGHT' CLUB: Tomorrow the Bud Clarke Combo will 1950 Blending Bled Jacksonville, Florida. 32210 to arrive
feature at 7 p.m. be on hand from 8 p.m. to midnight. Saturday beginning at 8 not later than Tuesday for publication the ,following Thurs
will be the Playboys. p.m. day. Ads arriving' too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
Happy Hour is 3
Matinees will be shown p.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday
on weekends through following' week unless the publisher is instructed other
Friday Private
at 2 and 5 p.m.Thursday ; panics can be arranged by calling the wise. A check or money order forthe full cost of the ad must
Candlelight manager, Mrs. Angelia Wolf at ext. 2936. be received WITH the Jan. .l 11 I Tickets are now on sale for the Sweetheart Ball at the Candlelight -

NAS: "RIDE TO HANGMAN'S dub Feb, 13. Tickets willbe for couples only, at 1200. DO NOT SEND CASH _

TREE" Jack Lord and James will The menu.willbepublished the at a later date. Bud Clarke and his Combo RATE: Minimum ckorg ((3 lines). . . . 12.00
Farentino. Color Western _n provide dance music that evening. P.r additional (lin. ((4 words per (lin.). . .QJ50

Adults--Rating: Very Good ((93 "O" CLUB: T6night 6**10ip.m.iwill*be the weekly Beefeater's

min). buffet. Tomorrow from 8 to 11 p.m., Dom Lombardo will providethe
HOSPITAL: "DR. GOLDFOOTAND music, and; Saturday from 8:30 until 12:30 p.m. the music will DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC "QUICK SERVICE REST AU-
THE Price BIKINI FrankiAvalon.MACHINE"Vincent come from Johnny Jelinek. JOCKEY?? For information call: RANT. Business established.Ideal .
**************** 356 8351. Day or Night. for retired couple as sup-
The
Color Romantic
.
ComedyGen. CPO CLUB: Johnny Arnold Four will provide the dance music plemental income. Call Bowen
Aud. Rating: Good ((98 min.) tomorrow night] Saturday will feature Mark Castle and Sunday the FOR SALE ORTEGA HILLS Real Estate 384 1376 for in-
Friday, Jan. 12 music will be] by the Bud Clark Combo. The menu specialsfor 4 1/2%, GI Loan 3 BR, Fla. formation."

the week Mil include, all pizzas for $.75 tonight. Tomorrowwill Rm., W/W Carpet, A/C, Kit. KINDERGARTEN & or ALL DAY
NAS USULLIV AN'S
: EMPIRE"Martin be a seafood special for $1.25 and Sturday will be a sirloin equip., Patio, RW Fence, Pay- Care Venetia Terrace Baptist
Milner and Linden Chiles. steak for $1.65. Fried chicken for $ $83.23. 389 3800
.95 will be on the menue Tuesdayand ments only Church 5284 118th St. $12.50
'
Color Adventure--Gen. Aud. --
Rating: Very Good ((93 min.) rib eye steak or $1.35 Wednesday. ATTENTION MILITARY Will weekly 2 child 1/2 price.

HOSPITAL: "RIDE TO HANG- **************** hire four servicemen to work Openings for 6 children.

MAN'S TREE" Jack Lord and ACEY DUCEYjCLUB: Game Night will be Monday and Wednesdaynext evenings and weekends. Earn FOR RENT 2920 DELLWOOD
James Farentino. Color Western week, beginning at 7 p.m. until who knows when. Tomorrow $60 and up per ,week. Must be 4 Room Furnished Apt. $50 mo.
--AdultsRating: Very Good night Mark Castle E-4 and up have car and mar-
will be on hand to provide the dance music. 355 6639.
((93 min.) Saturday, Jim ,pines Combo will be drumming up the beat for the ried. Call 359-1719.10 to 7 p.m. FOR RENT 2 BR APT. FURN.or .

Saturday, Jan. 13 dancers, and John Lunsford and the Eight Balls will be featured FOR SALE Beautiful North Unfurn. Orange Park, Temp.or .

NAS: "SPY IN YOUR EYE" Sunday. Carolina Mt. Motel & Home- Permanent Qtrs. Will rent to
Brett Halsy and Pier Angeli.Color **************** Located on U.S. 19 & front- bachelors. 264 6884.
ing on Ocona Lufty River adJoining -
Spy Drama -- Gen. Aud. -- BLUEJACKETS INN: Dance to the music of the Manish Boys Cherokee Reservation 4 THREE BR HOUSE FOR SALE

Rating: Good ((93 min.) tonight and the Red Coats tomorrow night. The Sixteens will effic. apts., Trout, fishing,swim 2 Baths, 327 Sonora DriveBel-
HOSPITAL: "SULLIVAN'SEMPIRE" start Saturday then turn the spot light over to the Red Coats Satur- ming; boating Good retirement lair 264 9836.RETIRING.
Martin Milner and. day night. Sunday the Sixteens will return along with the Soul deal Box 451 Ponte Vedra,Fla. SOON?
Linden Chiles. Color AdventureGen. Society. The'Clubs will be on hand Monday night followed by the The top ranks of our nationwide
-- Aud.--Rating: VeryGood Nu Sounds on Tuesday. Wednesday the Sixteens will again be FINANCE MANAGER TRAINEE organization are full of former
(93min.)
featured. Prominent National Organiza -
Officers and Senior PO's who
Sunday, Jan. 14 tion will employ several ambitious have achieved new success with
and enterprising young men after the
us leaving service. We
NAS: "BECKET" Richard 22 30 who are desirousof
age
Burton and Peter O'Toole. Color- MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE getting ahead and who are them need more we offer like comprehensive them. To get
DramaAdultsRating: Excellent willing to work hard to realizea
training, high income
((2 1/2 hrs.) All Ranks All Ages fine opportunity. Men need and a choice of opportunity attractive-
HOSPITAL: "SPY IN YOUR have business
not any previous
locations all over the U. S. How
EYE" Brett Halsy and Pier Ang- lOW RATES experience but must be High about you? Write Regional

eli. Color SpypramarrGen.Aud School graduate;t+!ith honorable, Director P. ,,0. Box 13177
:Rating: Good (93 min.) EASY MONTHLY discharge. Work will consist'' Orlando, Fla. 32809.
of a vigorous'training program
,Monday, Jan. 15 designed to have trainees readyto ZIG ZAG FOR $ 40
PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL ., manage one of our Consumer SEWING MACHINE Original
NAS: "BANNING" Robert Finance Offices in shortest possible Guarantee. Makes buttonholes,
Wagner and Anjanette Comer. time. Salary and benefitsare sews on buttons, decorative designs -
Adults--Rating: Very Good ((110 INSURANCE good and opportunities are monograms, etc. Must
min.) unsurpassed for the right man. place in your area. Just pay
HOSPITAL: "BECKET" Rich- Apply in person at 8006 Lem Balance $40 on easy terms.
ard Burton and Peter O'Toole. UNDERWRITERS, INC. Turner Road. Phone 353 1946. Anytime.Will

Color Drama-- Adults --Rating: (fpornu'rlv"' f|)<>ii!ride's( ,Insurance/ AETNA FINANCEA deliver, no obligation.
Excellent ((2 1/2 hrs.) ( Subsidiary 0; International WALNUT STEREO
6479 keestvftlt Ihrd. 388-7676 Telephone and Telegraph) Combination Radio. Console Hi-

Tuesday Jan. 16 Call Us AnytimeCHRISTMAS Fi Like New. Orig. price $209.
JUSTICE TRAILER PARK &
Jusr $8. Mo. .
assume payments.Bal.
NAS "ROUGH NIGHT IN JERICHO" -
:
APARTMENTS: Clean, Bug $69. A 1 Warehouse
Dean Martin,George Pep- Free Mod. Trlrs. Patios, Awn- Jacksonville, Florida.
pard and Jean, Simmons. Color ings, Sewage & water furnished,
Western -- Adults and Mat.You- Priced for Serv. Pers., 4600 FOR SALE 4369 GENOA AVE.
thRating: Excellent ((112 min.) Alden St. Yukon, Across from $14,500. BR, Den,Fenced yard
HOSPITAL: "BANNING" Rob- Main Gate NAS 389 3007. playhouse EV4 1162.
ert Wagner and Anjanette Comer. BILLS? GUITAR LESSONS
AdultsRating: Very Good ((110 FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
Enrollment $2.00.
& & now open, per
min.) Houses Apts. Equity, VA
lesson. Call 384 4718.
p-S -
>************* A" FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
; 1A".O '*, Call Powell or Mills, USN FOR RENT 4031 BALTICAVE.

* :&f .. '.... '';. dt.b Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park 2 BR, 1 B Bungalow with stove
;#: ,.' Realty. and refrig. furn. DR & garage
: : .t" WIL MAR APARTMENTSNear Space heater. $90 mo. EV8-
* $ "" 1 ,.. '!' JAX and I CECIL. 1 blk. 5543.
... .. east of 5900 blk. of Jammes Rd. PEKINGESE BEAUTIFUL FE-
.'. : f!, "'- All new paint, 2 BR, LR, Kit. MALE 7 wks. old. Wormed and
: { ..."f"'I' ( I.. Furn., Brk. Nook, Park 2 cars, has had shots. 389 2665.

.. .. fJ and boat, $85 mo. includes water FURN. APT. NEAR NAS .&
* : '" sewage, garbage, lawn care I Cecil 2 BR. Fenced yd., swim .
* Furn. & Unfurn., 387 2541 pool $75. 771 0348.
*. nights and weekends, 389 0744.
,. 1963 FIAT 1100 New Tires.
LOST POODLE IN VICINITY OF $380.
Economical Transportation
MOTORSI USN Hospital. Toy Female, Silver -
I Call pm or week -end 389 5234.
Gray. ,Answers to GiGi.
'em off with
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Pay Phone 387 1788 or 771 0404
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I Cadillacs I CREDIT UNION LOAN! 1963 JAGUAR MK 10 AIR for six ladies. Earn $60 &

Cond., In good cond., Call 724 up spare time. No investmentsand
*61 Sedan Deville. $375* When Ihot monthly bill sled up Maker.. than <>. 6875. own jewelry free -389 7504
afc.4io>n. pay, you can UM tarn.Credit Union hlp.,
*60 Convertible. .$475$ ,Wfcto.).ui bill about pile baUontoHdalion up and thing look loan.dark. slop In and

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.), rage II JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER ___ _



[ Crushed Arm Can't Stop Pilot W ,

1\ -

iI<: ,'- Flying an A4 "Skyhawk" 250 and professional and his constant few hours of actual sea survival
miles through enclement weather reassurance kept me busy and floating around the Gulf of Mexico -
and landing on an unfamiliar from passing out." in a one man raft.
} field, may not seem much to a "Bailing out entered my mindat The 13 year Navy veteran said
J' veteran or rookie pilot but how one time when I started to that he owes a lot to his fellow
) many have accomplished this feat grey out from loss of blood and officers in RCVW 4 for the help
severely wounded in one arm/ didn't think I could make it the they gave during his recovery
\ This has been accomplished by rest of the way. That probably period. "They constantly incon-
the A4 Training Officer on the would have cost me the arm vienced themselves to help me
t staff of Readiness Attack Car- according to the doctors at Da- over the hurdles." In particularhe
rier Air Wing FOUR. LCDR Edward Nang, as the force of ejection singled out LCDR J. B. Boor-
W. Oehlbeck related his from the aircraft and the opening stin Staff Flight Surgeon who
story this way. shock of the parachute would has followed his case very close-
f "We were operating from the have torn It off. He also said ly. "Through his numerous sug- iT
carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt that 3 to 5 years ago they would gestions and personnal contactshe
with Attack Squadron 172 in the have had to amputate the arm has made it possible to do ina .. !'kti.
Tonkin Gulf. I was making a dive because it was shot up so bad- year what may well have taken -- ----
\ bombing run on my 60th combat ly." At the DaNang hospital a me two years to complete CAG-17 pilots from Norfolk and Cecil gather for briefing before
hop over North Vietnam when on steel rod was used to replace the without his help." flying last team' strike at Pinecastle Bomb Range.
my pullout I took a hit in the missing bone from elbow to wrist. Asked why he was so set on .
cockpit from automatic weapons The arm was placed in a cast returning to full flying status
\4 fire (equivalent to our\ 50 caliber and the long waiting period be- he said, "I don't like being on ,CAG-17 Squadrons Team.
). A round struck my left the sidelines, I want to get back
arm tearing out most of the bone gan.Three days after arriving at Into the game." "Another factor
and muscle in the forearm and DaNang, he was air evacuatedto that prompted me to do this was for Final Strike
> elbow." the Naval Hospital at Jack- to to myself that a personcan
prove --- ---
} "The section leader of the division sonville, arriving there on overcome a serious handi-
{ Lt. Ray Otten took over Christmas Eve.' There Mr.Oehl cap. If in addition I can proveto The Forrestal's Carrier Air acted as strike leader for VA-
I as escort when I reported being beck remained,following further anyone who has been hurt over Wing 17 met last Friday for a final 106.Part
? hit and accompanied me to the surgery on the arm, until Feb- there or has been handicappedin strike. Cecil based squadronsVA of the strike team played -
airbase at DaNang. He was cool ruary 1967. He then asked for other that they can 46 and VA 106 are to the enemy and fought off the
ways be detached from the CAG in the "attack" with SAMs anti air-
-
i and was assigned to RCVW 4 overcome their misfortune if they ,
at Cecil Field, Fla. have the desire to work towarda near future. craft missiles and aircraft.
In June 1967, when the last goal and use lots of will The Cecil squadrons joinedby Within 60 seconds after the attack
of several operations had been and determination, then the power whole VF 11, VA ..; 65, VAW123 began the enemy installationshad
0I n8uan Service of Norfolk Naval Air Station been destroyer.
completed he was placed In effort put into my program will
Group Three. This put him combined for an Alpha strike on Capt. C. I. Tully of COMFAIR-
be well worth it. You just can't
....
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., in the air again but only as a give a simulated North Vietnamese JAX and Cdr. Ferguson, skipperof
\ l'I. ()J .l co pilot. The next goal for It was up. exactly one year after Target complex' at Pinecastle the CAGflew observer air-
; t as this career officer was to prove being wounded that Doc Boorstin range. craft with the strike and rated
that he was capable of qualifying advised LCDR Oehlbeck that the The Gladiators of VA 106 the performance "well done".
Son Juan at Niblick as a full duty Service Group One Bureau of Medicine and Surgeryin were hosts for the event and pro- There were 23 aircraft involved -
vided the "attack" briefingfor fudd"piloted
aviator. including one "Super -
Washington had found him fit
Phone 384 4406 the the flyers. Air Intelli- by LCdr.Lambert VAW
During recuperation period to return to full duty. The long
I 1,263 Bedrooms and prior to being redesignatedto wait was over. gence officer Lt (jg) Jerry 123. Strike leader for Cecil'sVA
Service Group One, LCDR Mr. Gause and LCdn Steve Zwick 46 was Cdr. Jack O'Hara
Garden; T>'pe Apartments Oehlbeck entered the Navyat
with Country Club Oehlbeck successfully completed NAS Niagara Falls, N. Y., led the briefings, LCdr. Zwick squadron skipper.ooooooooooooooooooooooo.
Atmosphere simulated flights in an operational from New York State Universityin
Kitchens' equipped uith G-E A4 flight ..trainer and eject- 1954. He has accumulated
: Ran cs t:; Kefriarrators ion seat.' alsobecame the: first 6400 flight hours. He holds the D

I Individual and eating Air by Conditioning li.i C .. fleet pilot Sea"complete the one ,Silver Star Distinguished Fly WlQQJA'a 1@$ e.@ 1 ID$
t furnished ,week Deep "Jorvival Training ing Cross, 5 Air Medals 3 Navy -
orQfCS' \Wall\ (arpetin!t and course at the Naval Schools Com- Commendation Medals and the
Lor e .Su'immhjn' Pool' mand in Pensacola Fla. This Purple Heart.AMSC..
I school includes two simulated
I parachute jumps terminating in a
\ Abbott


\. Retires on 20 th* QUIETNEW


AMSC Clinton C. Abbott retired MERC's msrRCURr

recently after 20 years of r
r I I service. For the past two are the
years he has been attached to
-.. VA-36. He has also served at BEST WAY
80th CONSECUTIVE DIVIDEND NAAS Miramar VR-21 Guam,
NAS Glenview NATTC Memphis to GO!!

O/APER' ,SHARE SHARE VP-45 and at Lakehurst.The ... ....................

U/lfrom r. ..! ordinary 29"PER securitiesPayable presented Raodrunner's the Texas-bound shipmates chiefa ORLANDO CLIPPER

q Income. : ';Hospitality Kit" for those dry CRAFT CROSBY .SILVER-LINE
'Jan. 15, 1968, to shareholders of record Dec. 28 1967 Texas plains, and "all the other
necessary items tp properly
1
I r' round out a day on the ranch." Inlet Marine


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Hamilton Funds U S. Bonds
Savings Hwy 17 Orqnge Pork Ph.( J 264-9835 Q
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II, 1968
January
JAX- AIR. NEWS/AFTERBURNER;;
Page IISimpsonTermsDrive
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Jax Navy Fliers Take



Junior College 8764The Outstanding SuccessThrough


scoring of Chuck Bryson Jim Owens and Steve Miller along
with the defensive work of Ken Winkle led the Jax Navy Fliers to the 1967 Christmas Sharing Drive over 150 families
received packages containing groceries fruit and toys, according to
an 84 67 win over Florida Junior College night at Cecil
Field.. Saturday I: Lt. J. C. Simpson, CHC, drive chairman.
the drive, said, "I want to take this
Shotting from the charity stripe also made the difference in the Regarding Chaplain Simpson
game as the Fliers hit 20 of 29 while Florida Junior College hit 11 opportunity to thank all the people whose combined efforts made the
of 22. 1 1967 Christmas Sharing Drive an oustanding success.
At half time the "The Sharing Effort was a success because of the generous
score was tied 36 all, but in the second half the
contributions made by various individuals and departments on station
Navy Jax team scored 48 points while Junior 'I
squad to 31.Bryson limitingftbe college M and by the voluntary help of the officer's wives from various units I

led the Flier attack with 25, followed by Owens stationed at NAS.
and Miller
"It the kind of that could be only through
wtp hit 20 and 17 respectively. f was success experienced
Others scoring for the Fliers were Winkle with 9, Kenton Brown combined effort. '
and Dave Vanhoose with "Among the major contributors were the Nave Exchange En-
four each, while Carl
Hattabaugh hit three '
and Norman McBride added two."t' listed Wives Club Aircraft Maintenance, Weapons' Department aooOfficer's

The Fliers will go into tonight's contest against Service Force N tPS "A special Wives word Clubs.of commendation is given to CE1 Charles M.
Atlantic Fleet with 5 4 record
a The
NAS Jax gym.Tomorrow starting.time is 4:30: in the Powers, whose overseeing of the work done in Bldg. 930 and the
: giving of his time after normal working hours on several different
HELICOPTER COOK
and Saturday the Fliers will also be playing on their -Navy
CSI William II. Johnson checks occasions represents a key contribution to the drive. ;,
home court as they take on the Ft. Stewart Army
squad. The Ft.
the main rotor assembly duringan "A word of thanks too is given to the sailors and Waves that gave ,
Stewart squad will be for
looking
revenge as they were beaten
on early morning flight check of their time to,help with the program.WESCONNETT .
their home
own court earlier in the season 75 74 by Jax Navy.
Tomorrow night's 4:30 0a VH-1B "IIueyfhelicopter .....
contest begins at : and Saturday's action beginsat gunship. Johnson is aVary

2 p.m. .. .. cook combat who air ii crewman a fully crew qualified chief c .
.1. .A L. : +tiSS Rosselot and door gunner.Twiiis First ''WJQ Q Wm J@ ID@ ID I : )


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Bom et New HospitalMary l 1
fes w }"L\1 Wi. S l' \ M;::: f,;:?.'? S LS'' i. I Lynn Rosselot, wife of FURNITURE CO. :

ATR2 Ralph D. Rosselot gave
I Station Hosts Four TourneysNAS birth to the first set of twins .i Y AIR CONDITIONERS tN t.f<} .
born in the NAS
new Hospital '
Dec. 27.Gary. .\\NEW; & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES :rt t t
Jax will host the annual Jan. 29 through Feb. 2 at Davis- Dwain, 18 1/2 inches, tMMft NEW & USED TV SETS 'fii&i
COMFAIRJAX area basketball vine, R. I. weighing four pounds nine ounces i% NEW& USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES ';'?f'
tournament Jan. 22 through 26. The station will also host three was born at 12:20 a.m. and '@Wih NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS'yFreight /
Teams entering the contest will volleyball' championships tourna- his brother Larry Wayne 18 inches lJ*t Salvage Easy Credit!; Terms i iiWt1
be limited to 12 includ- ments beginning April 1. and weighing four poundsand
persons Browse/
Come In &
The Sixth Naval District t Hrs. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. W$l{
ing coaches, officers in chargeand one ounce,followed four min-
players. No player currently tourney will be held April 1 utes later.
listed on the varsity roster of through 5, followed by the South Rosselot is stationed with the 5326 W.sc..u.ld.1t 103rrf 771-0750
area air stations may competein Atlantic Regional April through VW 4 Hurricane Hunters.
the tournament unless person- 12, and the All Navy tournament j
April 15 through 19.
nil of their respective teams and
augmentation is prohibited.The The Jax Air News will give I
specific information concerningteam
championship winner will entries end game time for 71"1".II"I"I"I"I"I"I"I"I"I"I".I'.I'I".1'.1II.1"II"I"I"I"I"" " " I.'A""' I"IIII".I"IIIII"I"" ., -
represent its respective area both the basketball and volleyball
in,the Atlantic 4leet tournament, .tournaments tin later editions.Traditional p". K W". .... DON'T MISS THESE 'I :

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keeping with the tradition of the spirit of New Years, officersof
the day throughout the Navy who have the duty New Year's Eve
write. poems concerning the new year and the: men and' women in i 1' TV'sCOLOR

blue.Lt.. (jg) J. S. Witcher was the officer on duty,at NAS New Year's
Eve and he wrote and made the following entry in the COD's log:

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It is the first day of the New Year 1 1
And throughout the station all are filled with cheer 1
An Inspection has been made of the Blue Jackets Inn 5 ALL CHANNEL I
And nothing was noted that shound't have been. i BUILT-IN
At each club is being held a celebrationBut : ANTENNA
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fortunately without any excessive inebriationThe I
OOD is going to turn In for the night: I FRONT' SPEAKER 1!Ii IiIi
After first ascertained that all is alright. !Ii 90 DAY .!Ii
The best throughout the new year of 1968 1. WARRANTYPARTS !Ii
Is wished to all the men of every grade, rank or rate. 1 0 0 e fr LABOR
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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER January II: 1968

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i __ AV :. Whistling In L CedarHiUs


w17t lam' The Rigging "

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11V4 a .Herino. Chevrolet
a+ L91 ..,1 "" -0
Salty sez: Fair winds and stalled some fresh talent: Com-
smooth seas to all ye swabs fer modore: Chan Hering,Vice Commodore -.
% IN 1968, poop deckers and fo'c's'le : Roger Scott, Rear Commodore the
hands alike. "| : Dusty Rhodes, Secre-

/g The turn of the year has seen tary-Historian: Sally Hering, BIG.....
some changes. Gannets are bottoms Treasurer: Steve Griffith, Social i
up with fresh paint showing; Chairman: Roz Johnson First
new rigs are moored in the slips; Lieutenant: Bob Cramer Fleet
?f .'''iffi n.JliIIIW .J' the }eet is shuffling Surgeon: Bill Braun.
GOLF WINNERS -- Lassie skippers again!, and there is talk On Dec. 31 Gator Bowl at WILSON
t', festivities closed with the annual -
Mahoney (left) and Marion Mil- of reviving racing in our local
Regatta, sponsored by the
, ler finished first and second waters.Elections on t( an. 3 maintaineda Jax Recreation Department and &_ BLAN DING
In the OWGA matched play few of the Old, slate and in- the Tri-Club with three races
tourney. held at the FYC. Little or no
Serviceman''of the Month I wind and strong tides conspired PHONE SP11341or
the sailors and only
\ Distaff against
(Continued rom Page I) two of the three races could be SP1-6601

many as 14 to 18 hours a dayat completed. Navy Jax sailors
! Golfers po additional cost to the club. were afloat from 8 a.m. to 8p.m.

Outstanding Administrator"Under some returning under tow 67 IMPALA SPORT COUPE . . . .$2689
.: r l after dark. 283 V8, Auto. Trans., Fact. Air, PS, R & H, W/Wtires
. Hold Tea .. the supervision Local skippers scored 123In
Petty Office Anderson, the Bantams -- Roger Scott, Bill
,i dining room inlthe club was completed Kelly, and Dave Sharpe'.out of 67 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN .. . .. .$2689
: The Air Station's Officers within two months after he 6 entries. Chan Hering took 283 V8, Auto. Trans., Fact. Air, PS, R & H, W/W tires
: Wives Golf Association wound up took over as manager.The dining third of 7 Day Sailers. At one CV 0 .
'
: its 1967 season with a Christmas room had bee in the process of point in the last race in order to
awards luncheon at the Officer's opening for bout 18 months. keep his" lead in it h e Day 67 CAMERO'SPORT COUPE . . .. .$1989 I
i Club. Awards went to winnersof "He performs his duties with Sailer class, Ken Thompson anchored 6 Cyl., Std. Trans., R & H, W/W tires.t .
the Fall Ringer and Matched complete attention to details and against the outgoing tide "
i Play Tourney. has shown good judgement at all 50 yds from the mark, where he ,
;f Lassie Mahoney took the First times.. ADJ1 Anderson is an outstanding stayed, becalmed, for an hour. 66 SUPER SPORT CONVERTIBLE.$2589
Flight with Marian Miller finishing administratorandaveryeffective As the sun sank in the West, SS 396, Auto.: Trans., Fact. Air Cond., PS, PB, AM -
1, second. Ann Wright cap- leader. a few of the fleet were observed FM Radio and Stero.!
the second flight,followed by Ruth "His uniform and personal paddling silently back to the FYC. 'tll
Ann Kozak. Consolation flight appearance are above reproachand The Winter Series begins Sunday .
winner was Louise Coleman. he is an outstanding exampleof at FYC, first race at 1400. 66 IMPALA SPORT COUPE .' . $2089
. Pat Trawick shot a low gross the United States Navy within Remaining dates are: Jan. 28; 283 V8, Auto. Trans., Fact. Air. PS, R'H, W/Wtires
' 72 for top spot in the Fall Ringer the civilian cqmmunity. He is a Feb. 11 and 25; March 10 and 24. .
First Flight. Low net wentto Dutch Decker with 78.
win- sessess high moral convic- net fleet into shape for the ser- 66 MALIBU SPORT COUPE. . . . $1989
ner Second was Petie flight Roose low gross with an 82 tions ,. ." ies and Club sailors are urgedto 283 V8, Auto. Trans., R & H, Red Line Oval Tires.
make wholesale effort to
In a letter to Petty Officer a
and Ruth Ann Kozak won low net (
Anderson's mother, Capt. M. J. bolster the competition by sail-
with 82. Jean Van Ness
won low an gross in the 9 Hole Group Stack, commanding officer. of the ing as many races as possible. 66 BEL AIR 4 DR. SEDAN . .'. .$1889
. with Dode Overman winning low base wrote: 283 V8, Auto Trans.. Fact. .Air Cond..., R & H, W/W
"This unique and highly prized NAVY EXAMSNow Tires.i t :
net.Silver discs Went to Lassie Ma- award was made on the basis of .
honey for breaking 80 and to Ir- Donald's motivation, patriotism, is the time 66 PONTIAC CAT. 4 DR. SEDAN.$2389
ma for breaking 90. attention to duty and other per- to preparefor V8, Auto. Trans.Fact.. Air, PS, PB, R &, H, W/W tires.
, sonal attributes which reflect the February exams;; get r ,
Luncheon decorations 1
were arranged the book that has helped hun-
' by Lou Gingrich In a great United credit States upon Naval himself service.and the dreds of Navy men, "2500 65 BUICK Le SABRE. '. '0' . . < 51889V
colorful holiday motif. The New Questions &Answers on Naval Fact. Air R PS PB. .
ADJI Anderson is attachedto Auto. Trans,> & H, ,
Year golfing season began with a Military Subjects. Send $3.50to
. the Administration Department
coffee the Officer's Club last
at and lives with his wife Mary ADVANCEMENT, P.O.Box 65 IMPALA SPORT COUPE. . . . .$1889
: Tuesday.Friday and regular play began Helen, and two*daughters, at 394 122 Hyde Park, Mass.02136 327 V8, Auto. Trans., Fact. Air, R & H, W/W tires.l4ed.
; Jarrell Drive Or! rx-mi Park
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The cash value of Series E
and H {J. S. Savings Bonds outstanding -
Auto
I is rapidly approachingthe Liability c
$52 billion mark.SHMBBU.
r sr ; -RATE'EXAMPLE

.. ev e
$ 118
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..' Male, ages 17-20, Single *

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i : TERMS 65 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN . . . $1789 1
283 V8, Auto. trans., Fact. Air Cond., PS, PB, R & H.
APARTMENTS A x. .INSURANCET.X.

/ i* ShawEASY AGENCY 65 BEL AIR WAGON. .' '. ..; ..$1789
283 V8', Auto. Trans., PS, PB, Air Cond., R & H.

CONVENIENTLY LOCATED/ Now in the PAXON SHOPPING CENTER '** .. .v--> .,.">,'.

NEAR BOTH BASES 716 Edgewood Ave 1 65 PONTIAC'C TEMPEST COUPE . . .$1089
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6 Cyl., Auto. Trans., R & H, W/W Tires.
Only M/n./ to 0 Cecil & HAS -VF SPEC'AL'25' i-'i nw!.&&& FOR'-wilt AY ,f I .In.'."1'..!+.,,V t'-.... .. ..;-

7IUN/TS/ 65 BEL AIR 2 DR. SEDAN . : .?. . $1199
GIVE MOM A REST! Fact. Aid; R & H.. .
1t2 & 3BEDROOM" \ : _

APARTMENTSALL AND TREAT THE ENTIRE' 63 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON.. ..:. '$989
FAMILY TO A .
APTS HAVE: 11 6 Cyl., Standard Trans., R & H. '

Fried SHRIMP Dinner
WALL-TO-WALL
63 COME CONVERTIBLE . . . .' .$889
DRAPES CARPETS ALL YOU CAN EAT! 6 Cyl., Auto. Trans., R & H, WSW.CedarHiils.

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