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Creation Date: November 7, 1968
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Published, by the Holt, Publishing Company a private finn. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an o f fi ci a 1 expression of any :
military department. The appearance of advertisements in Uiis publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. I

VOL. 26 NO. 33 U.. S..
NAVAL AIR
STATION
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA NOVEMBER 7, 1968 :

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Reltal Service Birthday CelebrationMarines j


Jax--The Main Navy.Exchange. .
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is now offering a !He lit-A-Ga r
service to authorized! Navy Ex- stationed! with unitsin \ TIle annual staff Net birthdayball I I
el lange) (pttrousarcordiitgtoCdr.: the Jacksonville area will join for Marines attached to the I
MJ. Ott, Navy Exchange officer.: fellow leathernecks l all over the Marine Aviation Detachment at I
The first:; shipment of 25 cars world this; weekend celebrating NATTC will be held Saturday at
arrived! .at\ the exchange Friday! the Corps' bird! anniversary. the Cedar Hills National Guard
and the IXWervice: :; went into Enlisted Marines l attached! to Armory. This year's ball will
effect Monday. the Marine Air Reserve Training : cater to sergeants and staff ;
"Kates:; for renting cars vvill Detachment and Marine Reserve sergeants in the area as well
be daily! weekly, weekends or Squadron (VMA-142) will as retired personnel who have
monthly," mmander On an- hold their celebration at the Continental made arrangements\ to attend.
!nounced. The cars will be"avail Club in Orange Parkbe- The officers and men of the I II
able at the main side. erv l'e ginning l at 7 p.m. A cake cutting NAS Jax: Marine Barracks will :
station."A ceremony will be performed at join Marines from the Jax Marine
mileage fee will be charged k. 7:30: and dinner! will be served Corps Reserve Training Center
when the car Is returned!, but from 8 to 10. The Shamrocks at the Gulf Life Tower downtown
all gas expenses will be reimbursed i- will furnish dance music until for another celebration party. :!
to the renter," further 1 a.m. Marines attached to the Naval .,
explained. During the cake cutting ceremony Hospital and EM's pcrmanantly '1
enervations for renting: a car highlight of the celebration assigned to MAD have been invited ,i
should! be made in advance! :u to be held on the eve of the to the Gulf Life celebra- '
Personnel; with avaliddriver's! Corps actual birth date! a huge tion by the Marine Barracks.
license from any :state; 21 years cake is escorted! into the ballroom Capt. Henry O. Cutler NAS Jax
old! or over, are eligible to take S by four Marines. The commanding! officer, will be
advantage! of the new service and >'." cake i is preceded by an honor guest of honor at the Gulf ,
insurance coverage I is:: complete. >> /" guard of Marines, two of each Tower birthday ball, sclicduled!
The new cars Will be replaced rank. The national and Marine to begin at 7 p.m. "
every six; months with newer GETS RIBBON--YN3 Thaddeus J. Adamczyk receives Meri Corps colors are presented! and
cars. The models! have air conditioning torious Commendation from supervisor YNC A.K. Smith. Smith martial music is played throughout \ Legal Smtiafts
power brakes and pow- made the presentation following conducted by the ceremony,
ceremony Capt.
er steering; The cake will be cut by the \
Robert Godman, ComFair asst. chief of staff for readiness. senior: Marine officer Lt. Col. '
1 :
The new cju-A-Carcrvice ,
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I\. will .abo be available: at{, Cecil. .Adamcxyk. got the 'ribbon'. for' 'service"aboard the USS"Tutuila'. John M. Rapp, commanding l officer Appointment! ':'_ ;
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Fi ld-al1d Mayport.; (ARG-4)). '"' s", .'II"j: ,;' . of the detachment. Traitlonally ,
the first piece of cake: ;
is presented! to the youngest Only Strvkt ,>
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City Firemen, Learn Pilot Rescue, Marine and the second to the

oldest. The station Legal Office has
A section; of the Marine Corps announced that it will initiate an

Fire Fighting Techniques at NASA Cen.Manual John, which A. Lcjcune was written, commandant by- Nov.appointment 18. system beginning

of the Corps\ in 1021 is Legal assistance will be given
read paying homage to those by staff JAGC officers between
Navy jet -- one of :sonic; Later the men saw first hand! encountered: \ ( in aircraft disas! Marines who have given their 1 and! 4:30: p.m. Monday through
:r>00 military aircraft based! in and at close range a number of ters. The fire demonstration lives in the defense! of their Friday. Appointments may be
the area -- plunges to earth in) a the various types of aircraft included! the use of "light country. Then, the current com made! by calling ext. 2353.: : Legal
remote :section; of Jacksonville, based within' the Jacksonville. .'water," a relatively lew concept mandant's birthday! message is assistance; is available to mili-
the nation's largest city inland Gout plcx in' fighting gasoline fires. read.Marine! tary (personnel and their dependents -
area. First ,on the scene is a :Tic.: final phase of the indoctrination \ .' Asked J ( ; about the value of the officers of the Air and also to retired! military ..
S firefighting) and re cue\eam from took?l place in the lire tWd-daV: r program, NAS Fire Reserve Training Detachment, personnel when the workload per-
.
the Jacksonville Fire Depart mat area of thc air station, adjacent : !- Chief l >Moran aid, "flue trairu- Marine,Air Detachment, and! Fleet (ijiits. '
ment. The ,aircraft's. pilot-- : to the runways.: The sing should better prepare the Intelligence Center will hold their NAS
LCdr. W.S. Allen
legal
still in the cockpit of his firemen were given an aircraft: city employees: for coping with, celebration at the NAS Officers
officer said that the
smoldering jet--appears to be canopy I entry demonstration} :; l this type of emergency in the Club at 7:30': Saturday! evening. appointment -
unconscious. coupled with ffrefigltting techniques future. I think it :should; be included -' Guest; of honor will be HA<.Im. system: will be :started for
the convenience of those who "
,unique to and in their Hobert J. Stroh commander"
The next action this team will magnesium training\ on an ,
seek legal assistance. "We.believe .
take--is the result of a joint, gasoline fires -- the type usually annual: : basis. Fleet Air: Jacksonville. appointments will cut down

effort last week by the Navy at on the time that people have to
NAS Jacksonville and .the' city's "
wall for our assistance, LCdr.
, I fire department- Ole hundred ::.Af" .. Allen noted.!
: ; emergency rescue and first aid! ,," ,4- ..
r Notary servIces will, continueto
: personnel employed by the city / ," .' ..
: be first fiat
on\ a
.
: come
; underwent indoctrination at the .
. served! ''basis, Monday throtiVh'" ,
air station aimed at giving themanswers .'
! Friday from 1 until 4 p.m., according ,-
:\ to fircfighting and re.icoo : {
to Mr. Allen.
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problem: 'unique to military

I... aircraft The program Was held on two All SaiMts' Services ,

: nights with 50 men attending '
J cadi evening. Each session was; To le Talscist Saaday '

broken into three phases -- a
lecture presentation, aircraft The station's All Saint's Protestant -
+y fa Chapel will be featured
:static; display! and then a demonstration -
\ of firefighting "aid 7 :, Sunday! on WFGA's Qiannel 12
.. rescue technique., under realistic ... .: weekly television program,"To
.. conditions. gether We Worship."
Tlie lecture phase dealt with ; '.':> f" .'; k The !9:30: a.m. program will be '

various survival equipment, the J telecast the day! before Veteran's
mechanics: of firefighting and nom. x.1.A n Day and offer a salute to our '
rescue technique %, and ordnance -9 country's servicemen, pasr and
hazards: associated with military present.!; ,
aircraft particularly: : the 'itCOCKPIT Thc liturgist for the programwill
ch r e-Hrcd pilot ejection eat be LCdr. Ronald< Rpber son\ ,.
QIC, and LCd Jack Dorsey, .
Paper Out Friday ale, will deliver the sermon. .
Due to Monday being ar Mrs. Mary Newman will be the
organist and ACi Joseph( Iup-
r- national holiday, 'next BRIEFIMG-Captain Herbert L. Ellis, Crash Captain FLARE-UP-Foam can containa fer will lead the All Saints' choir
\ week's edition of Jax Air for the'HAS Jacksonville Fire Department! explains the proper magnesium fire, but it Is ineffective during tlae tclevl.iOIt: ( : ervice.l1Je .

News will be distributed method of removing a pilot from a downed aircraft during an in putting the fire service was scheduled! to be
aboard base Friday instead indoctrination program for City Jacksonville emergency res- out, was one of the lessons vidio-taped! last night for replay -

: of Thursday.Vl't cue personnel held at the air station last week. learned by City firemen. Sunday. +;
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ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
Edwards Chapel


A Day To, Remember a ;p S 8C SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.
DAIY MASS T 11:30 a.m.
SATURDAY MASS : 9 a.m.
CONFESSIONS ,- 5 p.m.-
On November II, 1918 at 5 a.m. Paris time, representatives of 5:30. p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
the government of Germany the most powerful of the Central TUESDAY
Powers engaged in World War I, signed an armistice of 35 clauses, Single Young Catholic Organ
the most severe and drastic ever demanded from a major power.At ization - 7:30 p.m.
11 a.m. the same day, the battlefields fell silent, hostilties
ended, and for the first time in four years, the world was at peace. U.S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
World War I t oYV .
was over. < Luke's Chapel
Historians of the time dubbed World War I as "the war to end
all wars.** Those of us now in uniform know only too well that such SUNDAY MASS - -8:00 a.m.
was not the case. First came World War II, then Korea and'now 4 PROTESTANT

Vietnam.The SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
strife, conflict and tension the world has endured in the intervening -
fifty years may have dimmed the significance of World
War I for many of us. Capt. H. 0. Cutler, commanding officer, greets LCdr. Absul' PROTESTANTAll
But November 11 is still a day to be remembered. 'I lab Mlxcon. from Indonesia, as Capt. D. A. Hempson and Lt. Saints' Chapel

M. L. Mabie, from Athens, Ga. look on. Fourteen foreign na-
val officers who have completed six weeks of training at the
SUNDAY
Navy Supply Corps School, Athens, Ga. are visiting! the stationfor CHURCH SCHOOL
9:00
a three weekfunctional training course in the Supply De- Bldjj.! #722 a.m.

JUNIOR CHURCH 10am.

partment.Hubbell Divine Worship Service10a.m..
Pay PlanEd. Bldg. #722
Junior Youth Fellowship 6p.m.
Bldg. #722.

( Note:) This starts aques- Q. What are the major re WEDNESDAYSenior
tion-answer series about the commendations of this report? Choir' Rehearsal 7 p.m.
three ((1)) to Bldg. #722.THURSDAY'.
First Quadrennial Review of A. There are :
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-- -- force into
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--"r r. -"" 9"'f--- Military Compensation, better divide the military
known and non: career Junior Choir Rehearsal --4p.m.
as the Hubbell Pay career segments -
Until 1954, Americans celebrated Nov. 11 as an observance of Plan.") ; ((2)) to pay career force Bldg. #722. '
the end of World War I. But then the Congress of the United States members a gross salary; and Young 'Adult Club 7 p.m.
amplified the meaning of the holiday, designating it Veterans Day -- Q. What Is the Hubbell Pay ((3)) to establish a direct re Bldg. ih22.O1ristian .
a day to honor all the men'and women who have served in the armed Plan? lationship between military and Science Service 7:30
forces of the United States. A. It's a series of reports Civil Service pay grades. p.m. Bldg. #722.
Veterans Day is a day when all Americans,should pause a momentin covering every aspect of mili- Q. Who are the non career
recollection and prayer. tary compensation. The first one members?
-t4s-tts.o BBBBHB
By making just this simple observance before going on with our deals with compensation for ac- A. All personnel in pay g III
normal holiday activities, we will have paid proper homage to the tive duty personnel and is the only grades E 1; E 2 and E 3;
millions of Americans, past and present, living and dead, who have report completed to date. all E 4s and E 5s with under I Traffic J
courageously served their country Q. What will other reports two years of service; and all I 1I
It is also a ,day for those of us who now serve -- the veterans of cover? E 4s and E 5s with two to
tomorrow --to rededicate ourselves to the principles of freedomand A. Other reports will cover four years service but with less
human dignity for which our comrades-in-arms throughout retirement benefits, survivor than six years total active duty Violations IThe \

America's history) have fought and died. f : ', benefits reserve pay and a obligation.
variety of other special pays Q. Who are the career
Man & Faith :; such as flight and submarine pay members? ( following is a report of
motor
vehicle accidents and traffic -
sea pay, hostile fire pay and etc. A. All other enlisted personnel -
Q. Who's making the reports? and all warrant and com violations for the period October -
By LCdr. Jack, Dorsey, CH C A. An all service Depart missioned, officers. 22 through 28.,
"Every man one day has 'to sit downto a bundle,of consequences." merit of Defense study group, Q. How would non career- Number of accidents:
Thus wrote Robert Louis Stephenson three quarters of a century headed by RAdm. Lester E.Hub- ists be paid? This 9
A. Under the present systemof Total accidents this year through
ago.Today, we and our world are in this plight. The hot and cold wars bell.Q.. Why are the reports being pay and allowances. Nov. '. . 322
and rumors of war, the unprecendented crime, our violent hatreds, made? Number of accidents- through
our haunting insecurity, and our ,ghastly fears are the bundle of A. Congress passed a law Q. And the careerists? Nov. 1968 305
consequences we must face. in 1965 requiring the Presidentto A. They would receive their Total number of days since
We are aware of the consumption called Communism. Just as. begin a structural review of pay by a gross salary system. last injury in a motor vehicle
real and just as widespread as the threat of Communism, is the ulcerof military compensation every four Out of this salary,based on grade accident. . . 11
unbelief. While we recognize today the menace of Communism, years.Q. and years of service, one would Number of Violations;
we tend to discount the seriousness of unbelief. Lack of personal When will the Hubbell Pay provide for himself and his family This Week 104
commitment, the existence of unbelief provides the feeding groundfor Plan go into effect? (same salary regardless of Speeding. . 22
Communism's cancer. It is difficult to become concerned.The A. The present time table martial status) food, shelter, Reckless DrivIng. . 8
thunder of crisis after crisis has so dulled our hearing that calls for submission of the leg- clothing, and other necessities. Going through Stop Sign. 10
words of danger and concern are mouthed, but only the movementof islative proposal on active duty He would also contribute to a Other Violations ., 64
lips is perceived. Theuncertaintiesoftomorrow and the frightening compensation early in January. retirement system and the en- Forty-five drivers appeared
conflicts that mark today demand an answer. Congressional hearings on the tire salary would be taxable. before the Traffic Hearing Board
We cannot afford a faith that is vague and undefined, a sur- proposal are expected to be at the meeting held on .Oct. 31.
reptious lip service, a cautiousness that seeks to gain heaven with- lengthy, and final action is not Q. Suppose I left the service Disposition of the cases includedthe
out losing hold of earth. There is great need for those who believein expected before July 1, 1968at before I'm eligible for retire following: five lost drivingand
democracy and religion to come out boldly and without reservation, the earliest. ment? parking privileges aboard
to stand and work for it in all areas of life, and to bridge the rifts Q. Since Congress has set A. Your contribution to the station for various periods; 19
between.An July 1 as the date for an auto- retirement system would be returned -, were assigned to complete an
English philosopher, said: "A detached, non-commitalattitude matic military pay raise, would to you with interest. eight-hour course in remedial
is perhaps the greatest danger of democracy. For no fine living that mean military personnel driving; 3 received suspensions;
possible is any sphere whether we look efficiency in business, would receive two pay raises Q. What are the advantages ofa one was given a Warning; 13
poise in the home,grandeur in politics without some commanding if the Hubbell Plan goes into. gross salary? were dismissed;seven were fined
standards, the acknowledgement of some unqualified: loyalty frdm effect at that time? A; It 'would give a membei- (U.S. COMMISSIONER);and three
which everything else derives its values and to which at the test, A. The July 1 pay raise already confidence that his salary is comparable = were referred' their commanding -
all else must be sacrificed." on the books'would be incorporated to that receivedbymembers officers for possible discip-
as part of the total of the civilian population. linary action. Thirty-three driv-
Hubbell Pay Plan if it were to Currently, he may not be ers were assessed 85 traffic
pass and be put into effect at considering the hidden values of p ints. '
that time.Q. retirement pay,untaxabIt income
:
= What are the basic object- and in some cases,food and shel-
ives of the active duty compensation ter.

report?
The 1 JAN AIR NEWS is a Civilian' Enterprise Newspaper A. One, to eliminate a com tPNT 3 lu 3irrj
distributed each Thursday at the lit S. Naval Air Station, plex pay system which preventsa
Jacksonville, Florida, J by the Holt Publishing Company, member from determining the
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the FAX AIR true value of his pay, second, to
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Dor
provide those who
2. NAS Jacksonville, by 12:0(1 noon on Monday before pub perform the
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele- same jobs with the same amountof
phone 772 311H or J II 9. pay, regardless of their mar y
tial status; third, to allow car-
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries eer personnel who do not stay in f I II
concerning such' should be directed to: service until retirement to get

The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. back their contribution to the I \
Ja-.ksonville: Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 retirement system when they
leave service; and last to establish -
a method which would link -
VOL. 26 NO. 33 NOVEMBER 7. (1968 military pay grades to compara- "t.
able levels within the civilian .wt't.l
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economy through linkage with Civil w FtrtENtLY IotNttCA twus, eor we otas .
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Service. tljPLl CAN rtu.I3 'ITfc A LON67IME BlTWeEN
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Thoughts On Skippering 'World's Biggest Prize ': '?I

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She's Old By J03 Joseph M. Sharkey and JOSN Phillip Loomis centage of people who sin cerely 1;
believe that the New Jersery is {
doesn't for example, have to going to put an end to the war. i
She's Proud-- 'slug it out',with another bat ,- That's ridiculous. However, I
; tleship. This:accounts for quitea have noticed it in the crowds
i few savings in the main bat- that have visited the New Jer ,
And I sey. A lot of people expect ,us I
Deadly. t
.. -I I1t tery.QUESTION: Somethil we've to come out there and really
(Part 1 o/ 2 Parts) noticed on board is a certain make a tremendous difference. ,
Editor's Note: This week,fOl- tenseness or, to use another QUESTION; Do you think the I
lowing President Johnson's term, excitement, among the effect of the, New. Jersey will .
bombing halt order, Seventh crew to go into combat. Do be 'tremendous'? :
Fleet ships, including the battle- you feel this yourself? SNYDER: No single weapon ".
ship New Jersey, only commis- SNYDER: I don't think I'd or weapons system can make that ,
sioned battleship afloat, steamed ? agree with you that there'sa much difference in a conventional (
south to provide support for the tenseness. I think there's a arena. I do feel, though, that
ground war in case of need. certain fulfillment. My asses- the.New. Jersey-can contribute to ;
This interview with Captain ment of the crew is tEat the Army and the Marine Corps. .
Edward SnyderJr.her44yearold they've been working long and That's what we're here for, but I
skipper, called "a pro- hard to get here. I don't meanto don't think the expectations of
fessional sailor, a man com- imply that everyone wants to that minority of people will be .
pletely in' charge"of the sit- get to Vietnam, but, they're Justas fulfilled. off
uation," was published in the U.S. glad to get there and get it .(Continued Next Week) .t
Naval Support Activity Saigon's over with. The sooner they do, ,
"Jackstaff" newspaper, and it the sooner they go home I don't ,
may be on considerable interestto see the tension, but I've never
the aerial and aerial support seen spirit so high. As we move GIANT SWAP MEET
sailors of Cecil Field and NAS each degree longitude west it
Jacksonville to know what it feels seems to get higher and higher.At JAX LARGEST FLEA I
like to command "the Navy's big- least to me.QUESTION MARKET :
gest prize" and hard hitting : The New Jersey, All Spaces Under Shelter
representative of a bygone age, of course, has been subject to a 20th and Edgewood I
whose 16 inch guns have provedso lot of publicity since thedecisionwas \
efficient in this era of supersonic made to recommission it. Every Sat. 9 am 6:00: pm i f

warfare Is the New Jersey going to win Sun. 9 am 6:00: pm l lI
ABOARD THE NEW JERSEY the Vietnam War? I
Joseph Edward Synder was SNYDER: The publicity has Phone
born in 1924, the son of a Me- t its advantages, but it also has 768.7085 or 768.4793 :
thodist minister In Grand Forks, H11H11 some definite disadvantages.One "
N. D. From the Naval Aca- of them is a certain small per 4
demy, he reported for duty as ._ ... ... 9 .
signal officer aboard the battle-
ship Pennsylvania in 1944, where Captain J. Edward Snyder
he watched as the classic"cross-
ing the T" naval maneuver was Snyder, who holds a master's all the time. This perhaps is not
executed in the battle of Suriago degree in nuclear physics fromM. the best thing in the world, butI 1a' t.
Strait, last of the big ship to I. T., also commanded two think the spirit of the crew .
ship encounters in which a Navy other ships, both destroyersbefore is such that we can do it. The ,
armada of battleships, Snyder's he took the helm of the men are actually willing to put ,
included, sank two battleships, world's only active battleship in the long hours.QUESTION .
one cruiser,and three destroyersof during its April recommissioning. : What's beendoneto
the Japanese Injperial Navy. He and his wife Mary eliminate the need for a crew \
His first 52months as a na- Louise have two children,Joseph of, say,3,000? $ \
,val officer were spent at sea. Edward III, 22. and. Anne, 18. 'SNYDER: We've done every-
Snyder has had subsequent dutyin They live in Fairfax,Va. thing ,we ,could to cut down on If
oceanographic and underwater QUESTION: The New Jerseyis the work. We've used modern }
research, Polaris studies, and now operating with a crew of labor saving. devices, removed
the Navy's special weapons proj- about 1,600 men-- half the crewit some of the equipment that was
ects in his 24 year career. carried in World War II. Has on here in World War II."We also
this caused many problems? haven't manned all of our general P.
NAVY SNYDER: Well, they have a quarters stations because the I" *
long working day Instead of nor- New Jersey no longer has to do
mm f rTh mal shifts and we fipd that the all the things a battleship in 4
crew is working around the clock World War II had to do. It
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IIMarine Corns ( eleb I'es193rd Year of Tradition I


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hammered out new their present enemy was build-
Marines
traditions in their 193rd year-- ing a massive force near Khe
Sanh.
one of often-bitter combat. of
North
Divisions
Vietnamesetroops
\ Khe Sanh, Hue and rCorpsf;
.
for their
other fights topped their : poised planned
offensive of the
roster of victories. largest war.
192-year as President Marine units moved north.
The began
year
During the truce for Teta
i B. Johnson celebratedthe ---
Lyndon
192nd birthday at Camp January-February VietnameseholidayCommunist
t Pendleton Calif.It forces attacked -
also began quietly with mon- military installations,
rains beginning to fall on villages and cities. Marines beat
soon
them in fierce house-to-house---
the III Marine Amphibious Forcein
Vietnam and ground action and often hand-to-hand fighting.One .
limited. of the bitterest fights was

And it had a costly beginning.With in Hue.
the year only five days old, As the fighting went on, the
MajGen. Bruno A. Hochmuth February anniversaries of Women -
commanding general of the 3rd Marines, Midway, USS
Marine Division died in a shot- Maine, and the flag raising on
down helicopter. Mt. Suribachi passed. "Old
December--the month of Pearl Glory" atop Hill 881 angered NVA
fi l Harbor in U---saw Marine guns and Marines fought off Intermittent -
flyers supporting Korean Marines attacks and preparedfor
as well as U.S. Marines. It a major Communist on-
4a.i was the same month that the first slaught.
{ .. Marine jets saw combat InKoreain The stateside 27th Marines
t 1950. a regiment that saW' its first
The month ended with the retirement action on Iwo Jima in February
f d RAr of Gen. Wallace M. 1945---got a new date to re-
Greene Jr., the Corps' 23rd member. It rushed to Vietnamin
t commandant.On response to a call for help
Monday, January 1, LtGen. from fellow Marines in heavy
Leonard F. Chapman Jr. took combat.
the oath of office, became the The enemy at Khe Sanh advantageously -
24th Commandant and began deployed was determined -
{
wearing his fourth star. to destroy the Combat
As Marines remembered Base.

earlier January battles---Tren- Despite overwhelming odds
-- -- --- ton, 1777; New Orleans 1815; the 26th Marines remained resolute -
Cedar Key, Florida, 1862; Po- and determined. On dates
I II Khe Sank ha .Korea, 1951; Double Eagle, associated with the raging battleon
Hue 1966; and Deckhouse V. 1967--- Iwo Jima 23 years before
they and parts of the 9th and 13th
Marines inflicted heavy losseson
i the enemy.

Later President; Lyndon B.
Johnson bestowed the Presi-
A A dential Unit Citation on the 26th

Marines (Reinforced). lie praised -
the regiment for extraordinary
heroism during the battle for
w Khe Sanh from Jan. '20 to April
h -
14cN 1.
Not even a, year'had passed
since Vice' ''President Hubert

w. km, Humphrey gave the 3rd Marine

j Division the first PresidentialUnit
Citation earned by Marinesin
:f Vietnam.
,
Twenty-three years had passed
since many Marines earned the
award on Iwo Jima.
By mid-March LtGen. RobertE.

Cushman Jr., commandedmore
toops in Vietnam I Corps
area, than ,any other Marine
general In history.In .
April, 1823 Marines chased
pirates out of Havana, Cuba. In
__ __
} -0 April this year, eighty five thou-
sand Marines in the HI Marine
Amphibious Force'' continued to

8BGI\AY chase the enemy through his
I (5T/RFM//r/ = jungles.

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This 10th of November ((968 marks the 193rd anniver-

President Visits Camp Pendleton sary of the founding of our Corps. Conceived in a period

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A year had passed since ing the 193rd year. Two-hundred I oi crisis, Marines ever since nave stood ready to defendthe \

Belleau Wood passed. June was CH-53A helicopters joined and fifty-nine Marines have won Republic. We do so Today.Our .
the first anniversary of opera- Marines inVIetnam. This largest the Medal of Honor since 1862. ,
tions Arizona, Shasta II Choctaw fastest and most power- November ends this 193rd year success derives from the sweat and blood of the
Brown Cimmaron Adair ful transport helicopter in the on the 50th anniversary of the .
Marines who preceded us We see the value of this heritage I III
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and Calhoun. Free World has been actively World War I Marine Campaign--{ ;
J It was also the month that engaged since. Meuse-Argonrie. reflected in the 'combat record; of bur,'forces In i
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Khe Sam Combat Base was In October Presidential Unit "Our success, derives from II ,
the sweat and blood of the Marines Vietnam.To
inactivated and moved into his- Citations were awarded to the
tory. 5th Marine Regiment, the 1st who preceded us. We see the those past Marines who have made the Corps ''what'It I JE
During the summer Marinesin Marine Division and the 1st value of this heritage reflectedin
force the world has seen we
E is the finest fighting ever i
the combat record of
our
Vietnam confused the .enemy Marine Air Wing for extraordinary -
with aggressive combat actions. heroism and outstanding forces in Vietnam" said the pay our everlasting respect. To those; wearing the uniform I
The Marine Corps' force in performance of duty in Vietnam. Commandant of the Marine Corpsin "
done continue to March.
the 193rd Birthday Message. today, I say, "Well I
readiness was the one Congress Marine Heavy Helicopter
established July 1798---it is a Squadron 463 was cited in Octo- And now ---a new year of Our Corps lives in the hearts and minds of Marines -
force in readiness enhanced by ber by the National Defense tradition begins. .1
retired the world. To them,
regular reserve, throughout
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for their July 1944 landing on between July 1, 1967 and May 23 I
Guam. this year. 'personal greetings and best wishes.
The aviation that supplied the As October ended ten Marineshad = LEONARD F. CHAPMAN JR.
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Merit promotion opportunities will be accepted through the closeof Jacksonville, Fla. 32212.
currently open for receipt of applications business Nov. 25. For further Informaton regarding -
are listed below. The MPB No. 166-68 Industrial these positions, see the
area of consideration and the Engineer, GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. copies of the bulletins or announcements -
closing date of each are shown. Area of consideration Nation- or call extension
MPB No. 72-67 Plan -grade wide. Applications will be accepted 2320, rating and examining,
levels GS-4 and below, MPB No. through the close of business branch, IRD, NAS, Jax. .
79-67 Plan C all semi-skilled Dec. 30. o.
positions pay level seven and MPB No. 167-68 Supply Clerk Federal Positions Open' .
Below and MPB No. 83-67 GS-5 and MPB No. 169-68 Of- i ;
Plan B all skilled positions pay fice Machine Operator GS-3. The Interagency Board of U.S.
level eight and above. Area of Area of consideration: NAS, Civil Service Examiners for
consideraton: NAS, NARF NARF, COMFAIRJAX, FAETU- Florida is accepting applicationsto 1 4 4I
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,FAETU- LANT Naval Hospital, Navy fill two federal positions. (
LANT Naval Hospital, Navy Commissary Stores, Navy Recruiting -
Hospital, Navy CommissaryStores Station, Disease Vector Applications are being accepted I I Lkgi
Navy Recruiting Station, Control Center and Resident for Journeyman positionsin
Disease Vector Control Center Storage Office, Jacksonville.Applications skilled trades and crafts to
and Resident Storage Office, will be accepted fill jobs in agencies in 57 counties -

Jacksonville. Applications for through the close of business east of the ApalachicolaRiver ... .---.-
these positions will be acceptedat Wednesday. in Florida. Starting

any time. A separate application All applicants must be, career salaries range from $2.86 to PIPED ASHORE--LCdr. Frank Ellis, Naval Air, Rework Facility
must be filed for each or career-conditional employeesof $4.14 per hour. Applicationsare is piped ashore upon his retirement after 12 years active.
position in which interested. the Federal government. also being accepted for Con- naval service.
MPB No. 165-68 General Engineer. Applications forms 171 or 57 struction Inspector GS-7, $6,981per
GS-11. Area of consideration for these positions should be year. j b Applications Bctaa Taken
: Nationwide. Applications filed with IRD Box 22, NAS .
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Applications will accepteduntil
further notice and shouldbe Each summer there are a same department in which their
I.TWllty Rocoivt Hits sent to the Interagency Boardof limited number of opportunities, father or mother is employed
1 U.S. Civil Service Examinersfor for summer jobs with the Federal unless they are selected froma
lic Works Florida, 123 South ''Court Government. These positionsvary list of eligibles resulting from
Jax-The Department
following station civilian was
employees have been promoted moted to Clerk, GS-6. Carl pro-T. Ave., Orlando, Fla., 32801. from office jobs to Park this examination and employmenthas
in accordance with the Carlton, Security was promotedto Further information may be obtained Rangers and are located throgh- first been offered to all other
station's Merit Promotion Pro- Firefighter (General), GS-4 by calling the Employment out the United States. available applicants with the
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Marie B. Dieckhaus, both of Industrial Building 907. mission has announced that 'applications Applicants who attained an
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GS-9 Pa- GS-5 and Administrative Officer i
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tricia L. Crosby, Clerk-Stenog- (Stenography)GS-7,respectively.
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GS-4 Carl B. Supply Department Personnel
rapher, ; Peeples advanced Included Winton W. the applicant is applying. summer j jobs In 1969. These
Supervisory Electronics Engineer -
Carter Some positions will require the applicants will be sent a special
GS-11; Ernest F. Leslie, to Supervisory Supply '
Industrial Engineering Tech -' Data Assistant, GS-8 and Irma passing'of a written test. Other form to completo and update their

nician, GS-11; Ruby S. Padgett V.R. Spires, Supervisory Ship- positions will require filing of qualifications and availability. '
and Naneen V. Malott, Clerk ment Clerk, GS-6. Standard Form 171, Applicationfor However, should this group of
Typist, GS-4; Frank G. Hemingway Roderick D. Pinney, of the Iii' Federal Employment, with applicants desire to improve
Jr., Planner and EstimatorAC commanding officer's office was agency where employment is de- their score, they may apply to
( Engine Mechanic); Paul R. promoted to Executive Assistant sired. take the 1969 Summer Employment -
Frank, Barney H. Brewer and GS-12 and John' W. Kaffer- Appointments made as resultof Examination. .
Thomas S. May, Aircraft Elec- ling and Dorothy J. Adams U.S. the examination are made with- Information concerning accep-
trical Worker and Elizabeth K. Naval Hospital, were advancedto out regard to race, religion, tance of applications and the typesof

Corson, Secretary (Stenography. ) Plant Account Clerk (Typing) color national origin, sex or positions covered by the
GS-5. GS-5 and Medical Record Libra- political or personal favoritism. examination can be secured by J
Jeanette E. Reilly of the" Pub, rian, GS-9, respectively. Applicants' may not be con- contacting the Employment Office -
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Lieutenant Sid E. Atkinson has ing accuracy, scoring six conse- Sailor of the Month for Septem- s iaF, a p
been named a Carrier Air Wing cutive bullseyes using combat delivery -: ber' is PN2 Larry L. Meyer.He f;
17 "Mad Bomber". He was angles and release atti was commended for outstanding 9
and services as personnel of ..,._ __ ,__
presented the award that goes tudes on one sorty followingup -t'> II"iiZ' <,. U
with, the designation --: a polished with two more bullseyes on flee supervisor for the squadron, BOMBER...Lt. S.E. Atkinson receives award from
bomb case mounted on hard- his second run that day, for a and as division training petty officer MAD
wood -. by Vice Admiral C. T. total of eight perfect hits. he was said to be respon- VADM C.T. Booth. (Story this page.)

Booth,. Commander of Naval'Air ABOARD THE INTREPID sible for a one hundred per cent ,.,,.. ..'<' '',' .',<<,,' ..,' ,"C, ",. ,._.. ..... .!I><"<.<""(. ".' ",."...!J<'_
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Atkinson, a member of VA- 15, Intrepid landing last week priorto
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home based at Cecil Field, the Presidential bombing halt
earned the title in a recent weapons order. The Intrepid has been ed VA 174's Plane Captain of
deployment to Fallon, Nev. launching strikes against North the Month for September last
i During exercise there, he com Viet Nam from Yankee Station in week. He was commended for'
I the Tonkin Gulf. his outstanding military con -
Riley snagged target three wire duct and appearance as well as
following his 45th combat mis- exceptional performance in his
FURNITURE sion. He recently scored his assigned duties.
600th in total carrier landings.
r VALUES' He is a graduate of the Univer- ABOARD THE INTREPID. .
WHOLESALE sity of Georgia and now makes ATI Lloyd C. James recently Yh'
his home in Jacksonville withhis received the singular honor of
PRICE TC* EVERYONE family. being selected as the Intrepid's
ABOARD THE INTREPID "Fighting I Sailor of the Month". ? ;* w
VA 66 "Waldos" scored nearly This honor is unusual in that _
fifty per cent success on the Au- James, of VA 36, is the first
gust examinations, with 15 of Air Wing sailor to be selectedfor r
PAY 22 enlisted men who took the test this honor mover three years
99SlNDAY qualifying for advancement. FOR BLOODSHED. .Corporal Donald J. Thompson, 22, receives -
/ CECIL FIELD Two men Intrepid was on Yankee Sta the Purple Heart Medal for blood shed by him in Viet
receiving ]Jatenotificationof their tion In the Gulf of the Tonkin Nam. Making the award. .Is Marine Major H. C. Hanford, Cecil
advancement due to the August prior to the latest bombing halt. Marine C. 0.
VA36 is home-based at Cecil
exams were AG1 John D. Con-
SURPLUS GOODS yers and AO3 Harold 1 K. Henson, Field.In .
DISCOUNT StGftEJO'JS who are now officially carriedas addition to the award,James
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inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun-, CLUB--Specials at the Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
day and holidays. The Hospital club include the Beefeaters Night arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
Theater will have one nightly tonight, all you can eat for$2.25. publisher is instructed otherwise. A check: or money order for the full cost of the ad must
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field Friday and Saturday the Champagne be received WITH the copy for the ad. ,
will have two nightly shows dur- Special'and a Buffet Sun- .
ing the week at 5:30: and 8 p.m. day. Tuesday is foreign dish Do Net Send Cash
Matinees will be shown on week- night with Polynesian' food on this

ends Ratings at 2 and: A--5 Adults p.m. ;G-General week's include menu.a fried Take-out chicken plate specials for Rita: Minimum charge ((3 HMOS). . . .$2.00

Audience: M--Matured Youths $1.50. An old time favorite '
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Superior; E--ExcellentVG; -- snack, pizzas done to a turn, are Per tlltl'llllIla ((4 words per 11.1)). : 0.50
Very Good; G--Good; F--Fair; again available for $.30 each.
CNA--Class Not Available. Enjoy and "peel your own"bucketof
shrimp for $1.50 a bucket and
THURSDAY, Nov. 7 $.80.for half a bucket. LAKE LOTS ZIG SAG $33 MOBILE 'HOMES FOR SALE

NAS: "FIVE MILLION YEARSTO BLUE JACKETS INN--Tonight Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. SEWING MACHINE GuaranteedDoes Over 50 Used Trailers. 8,10,
EARTH" starring James dance to the music of the Came- Terms. Call Owner, 387-7379., everything, Makes buttonholes 12 wides. Phone 398-1126. Mr.
Donald. Color Science Fiction. lots. Tomorrow the Open Book FOR RENT OR FOR SALE sews on buttons,'Zig Zags Alderman. 4118 Philips Hiway.
G/A (106)) Band will be the music makers. Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & makes designs, etc. Pay bal. $33
HOSPITAL: "DIRTY DOZEN" Saturday the Mach Five will be FIIA resales $50 & $100 dwn. or $8 per mo. Phone 353-1946
starring Lee Marvin and Ernest on stage from 2 to 6 p.m., followed Call Powell or Mills, USN anytime. Will deliver. Noobligation. BOAT FOR SALE
Borgnine. Color Drama. A-M/ by the Camelots at 9 p.m. Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park A-l Sewing Mach. Co., Cobia 20 ft., with 1968 Evinrude
VG ( ) Sunday, the Standard Productionswill Realty. Military-Free Notary. 1606 Main St. 100 HP, 1968 Gator tandem trailer. -
(102)FRIDAY Nov. 8 be the afternoon attraction Walk-thru windshield," new
from 2 to 6 p.m. and a two day UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT FOR RENT 2 BR. APT. FURN. convertible top, 48 gal. gas ca-
NAS: "COMEDIANS" starring holiday special will begin at 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath Orange Park. Will rent to TAD pacity. Equipped and ready for
Richard Burton and Liz Taylor. 7 p.m. with Benny Latimore, ,Bungalow w/stove&refrig. Furn. Personnel or Bachelors. 264 off-shore or In-shore fishing with
Color Drama. A/E ((160)) Benny Fields and the Crystal Dining Rm., Garage & Space 6884. New 60-watt Raytheon Radio,rod
HOSPITAL: "FIVE MILLION Cathedral on stage Sunday night, Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8-5545.. holders, compass and many ex-
YEARS TO EARTH" the Mach Five from 2 to 6 p.m. WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1 tras. Just like a new rig You
CECIL FIELD: "ANZIO"star- Monday, and Benny Latimore, NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of Otr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean save $2,0001! Phone Hanson
Robert Mitchum. Color Benny Fields and the Rowe 388-9428
ring & nights.
Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn. modern trailers Apts. 389-
Combat Drama. A-M/VG ((125)) Brothers Band Monday evening.A .
$.50 admission will be chargedfor Apts. Newly painted 2BR, LR, 3007. 1966 TRIUMPH SPITFIRE, Ra-
SATURDAY MATINEENAS the Sunday and Monday Kit. Furn, Nook 2 Car parking. dio / Heater, Two Tops, Good
even- Water & incld. FOR RENT 2 BR APT. A/C '
affairs. Sewage Garbage Cond, Best Offer: 264-5271'
ing
Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call Furn. Orange Park. Will rent to
: "FASTEST GUITAR ALIVE" ACEY DUCEY--Thursday and 387-2541, nites or weekends Call TAD Personnel or Bachelors, 1962 LINCOLN CONTINENTALTop
starring Roy Orbison and! Friday is Buffet from 11:30 a.m.. 389-0744. T. V., Utensils, Elec. Blankets Condition. All extras White
Sammy Jackson. Color Musical to 1:30 p.m. and Sunday 4 to optional 264 6884.Unclaimed with Red Interior. $1200.
plus "SEA HOUND" Chapter 4. '9 p.m. All you can eat for $1.25 FOR SALK MOBILE HOME 1957 FORD FAIRLANE 500 (motor -
CECIL FIELD: "WAR Under the spotlight Friday will 60 x 12, 3 Br., Sml Bal., Pymts.,. Layaway in top condition) Will make
WAGON"SATURDAY be Mel Gaden and the Lazy 69.83 per mo. 781-3028 NEVER USED exc. Beach Buggy. $125.

Nov. 9 Rhythm Girls. The Five Clubs Twin needle Zig Zag sewing ma- 17 Ft. Plywood Fishing Boat,
will be on stage Saturday. Mel GETTING MARRIED? WEDDING F.G. Bottom with Trailer 40
chine. Makes buttonholes, fancy ,
NAS: "PINK JUNGLE" star- Gaden and the 8 Balls will be Pictures taken. Best deal around. $25 H.P. with Elect. Stan
designs, blind hems. Paybal. Mercury
ting James Garner and Eva Renzi.
under the lights Sunday. 264-2140
--- cash or $5 mo. Dealer. Free $450. Call after 6:00 p.m. and
Color Comedy G/VG ((112)) In 1927 when Babe Ruth hit HELP WANTED-EXTRA home trial 771-9106 anytime. weekend. 771-8830 -
HOSPITAL: "COMEDIANS"CECIL 60 homers and Lou Ctohrig hit INCOME for servicemen or
FIELD: "DIRTY' DOZ 47, the American League wives. Part or full time, flex- MIDDLEBURG AREA WELDING I .

EN" '.. -,. third-leading ,home l"UD"bIUer bile hrs. pleasant work Train- Big Branch Rd., 5 acres 10 No job too large or small.Tra11ers .
SUNDAY.. Nov.,10,) "T" was Yankee 'second baseman ing Provided. C. H. Jonsson... .acres .& larger. Terms. Ph. ornamental iron work, fuel
Tony: Lazxarl with 1& 249-9588 or 249-2754 282-5272 or 282-5224. oil stands. Westslde 'Custom
NAS: "HANG 'EM HIGH"starring Welding Corner Lane & Lenox.
Clint Eastwood and Inger 781-9482.
AUTOMATIC
Stevens. Color Western.'A-M/E OPEN SUNDAY WASHERS
Recond., & Guaranteed Westslde
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Surplus Products. 5407 Wes-
HOSPITAL: "PINK JUNGLE" connett Blvd. 771-3676 Buckets 389 Cu. In. 4 Bbl. 3
CECIL FIELD: ,"FIVE MIL- Spd. H.D., Trans. R&H $1650.
LION YEARS TO EARTH" SINGER Call 771-6473 Mike.

MONDAY, Nov. I 11 I GOLDEN SEW
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY USED AS A DEMONSTRATORONLY. FOR SALE-PRIVATE OWNER
NAS: "THE ANGRY B'REED"starring Like new,4dr.desk.Doesall 2 Mobile Homes, 1968 12x60

Jan Sterling and James W* .... them the VW 16 point 3.f.tjr Hid P.rfonn.ne. Inspect this without attachments:But- 3 Br., assume payments. Only
MacCarty. Color Action. A/G ion. Then w. ton.d UP. tightened wul replaced .Y cry thing that tonholes blind 51 left. 1963 10x55 2 Br., A/C,
fancy designs,
((97)) n *d.d It. *td (uw.it..d them 106% for the. repair or replacement W/W Clean a new
of all mor| mechanical parts for 30-days or 1000 mil.. Cora hems, overcasts, winds bobbin Carpet as
HOSPITAL: "HANG 'EM on In and double check. .. through needle. Bal. $41 or$5.20mo. one. Small Bal. Assume 36 pay-
HIGH" AXLE PRONT AXLE
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ENGINE "TRANSMISSION ments. Ph. 264-6377
Free home trials. 771-8211
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EVERY CAR STATE INSPECTED Dealer. 1962 RED & WHITE

63 VW Sedan. . . -. . . $895 HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWN Karman Ghia.. Has no engine.No .
ER. Cond. BR B tire, rod. Gray Int., Body in
64 VW Sedan . . . . $990 Central Excel.A/C & Heat, 4, Redwood, 2 Good Cond., 7713410.

6.4 VW Convertible . '. . $1095 Fence. Rolling Hills area. 781-
1968 OLDS CUTLASS SUPREME
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shots of the COMFAIRJAX foot- VA 45, then lost the Weapons to move within striking Championships were held this a photographer striker tempor-
ball joust at NAS Jax from VAP 62 and VP 16, the range of the tough Marine week at NAS Jax, with an all arily serving with VA 44.
being included in last week's teams that went on to win and team. star team from Cecil competing. .
paper. These shots are of VA- place in the tournament,with Ce- -
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"<,; By Phyllis Harkins
Three members of the Naval
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received four 1st Place trophieswon .
during the Invitational Sum -. .
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sored by the St.Augustine Chamber V P ,pro:
if of Commerce. The trophieswere
presented at a banquet heldon
Oct. 26. A buffet dinner was r

served prior to the presentationof .
: the trophies. and music was nrT i4rrr 5
_provided for dancing afterward. S L
AEC James Garland was the
recipient of two 1st Place .
x trophies, one for the largest pN
Cobia weighing 37 lbs. and the .. ,. ,I
other for the largest Bonita which I..
CONGRATULATIONS---Maj. John C. Conner, USMCR, of 433Pubtk I weighed 20 lbs. Chief Garland, NAS HOSPITAL--HM3 James N. Holt is presented the Navy .
an instructor at the AviationElectrician's Achievement Medal by Capt. W.S. Baker Jr., commanding of- I'
San Jose Lane is congratulated by LtCol. John M. Rapp, CO of
Mate School, Class ficer Naval during personnel inspection Oct. 26. The r
MARTD, after taking the oath of acceptance and being commis Hospital
sioned a major in the Marine Air Reserve. Maj. Conner, a for- "A", was Supervisor on temporary School duty attending at- Navy Achievement Medal was presented for outstanding pro- ?

mer Air Force Reserve pilot, will be attached to Marine Attack Memphis, therefore, l his wife, fessional ability, initiative and steadfast devotion to duty |

Squadron (VMA-142.) Jean, accepted his trophies.AEI } while serving in Vietnam. yOfficer

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c,>>- Charles E. Nelson received ( '
Affairs Office to SendNome a 1st Place Visitor's Masquerades Spice
trophy for the largest Spanish
Mackerel which weighed 6 lbs. Halloween Hail and Farewell .
Town Christmas Greetings 2 oz. Petty Officer Nelson is c
also an AEA( ) School Instructor. .. f.
Airman Michael DeGaetaoo,an Ltr i
J Servicemen who are un- messages to be processed and
AEA) School student, was also
,able to make it home for the distributed by the Fleet Home in the winner's circle with the
holidays will be able to send a Town News Center, the tapes largest King Mackerel weighing
tape recorded message to their must leave NAS by the middleof 20 lbs. Since Airman DeGaetano
family through the base Public November to insure eligibility.All 12 and (
graduated on Sept. was
Affairs Office. transferred from this area 'priorto
The home town Christmas those interested in sending the presentation, the Chamberof :
messages will be aired in greetings home for the holidays Commerce mailed his trophyto
individual home towns on NBC's contact 'the Public Affairs Officeat him.
"Monitor" program. Ext. 2370 or 2379 before of
Following the awarding .
Due to the large amount of 4:30 p.m. Nov. 15.'
Mrs.Garland
trophies, presented
MOVIE SCHEDULES (Continued from Page 9)) Capt. Gus Spurway, skipper of r'i v.t
the Minorcan Pilot, a plaque t
CECIL FIELD: "COM CECIL FIELD: "PINK expressing the appreciation of ,
EDIANS"TUESDAY JUNGLE"NAS the many Naval Air Technical
Nov. 12 : "JACK OF DIAMONDS" Training Center personnel who TINY BUBBLES-Chaplain R.
starring George Hamilton and have fished aboard the Minorcan ,M. Harrison hands out the
NAS: "WAIT UNTIL DARK" Joseph Cotten. Color Crime the
Pilot. The inscription on
starring.Audrey Hepburn and Allan Thriller. G/VG (H6)) plaque read, "In appreciation of prizes to the winners of( the
.} Arkin. Color Suspense Dra- HOSPITAL: "WAIT UNTIL your fine sportsmanshipandcon- best costumes contest at the p
ma. G/E (116)HOSPITAL :', DARK" sideration for the service fisher- Hail and Farewell Party held

: "THE ANGRYBREED" CECIL FIELD: "HANG 'EM man in this area. Good fishingand last week. The champagne was ..
HIGH presented to Capt. J.B. Flock
____ best of luck in the future
hU years." (above).,. LCdr. and Mrs. A.L. V iT
. . Jones (above right) and Capt.

The Naval Air Technical and Mrs B.W. Dean (right).
Training Center Officers' Wives
Club held a j joint Navy-Marine Wives NotesJaxThe
birthday coffee at the Officers'
Club yesterday. This event in Navy Wives Club w :
iEIsI y honor of the birthdays of the two #86 will have a bake sale in the MAlt fLY (Qt'ifj I Ir i
services was scheduled to fall Overhaul and Repair Shops a-
between the two dates. Navy Day board the station, starting at t
was Oct. 27 and the Marine 6 Mrs.
a.m. Friday. Conly Wrby
birthday will be on Nov. 10.
will be the chairman, assistedby
The officers' wives
provided Mrs. Thomas Woffard. All the
birthday cakes decorated in the
members are urged tobringtheirbaked
service colors blue for' the $ ..
goods to the clubhouse
Navy and red for the Marine. Bldg; 716 Thursday, game night, _..o..o_ .oa.G.r r.
Corps. to be properly wrapped and pricedby j

..t The the chairman.bake..sales will be held THEliI

Can You every three months in the future,

TAKE YOUR YOU CARWTtl ? to help help continue augment the the many treasuryand civic

For Financing' and Insurance and charity projects of the club.
I Stateside and Overseas. Call The next meeting will be 7:30
p.m. in the clubhouse Wednes-
In Suburban
DYER M. BURR day. There will be an. initiationfor ,
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES new members, and monthly Orange Park i
FINANCE CORPORATIONand reports by the various chairmen.
All members are asked to bringa tome see us and learn
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE can of food to help with the how a modern garden i;i
INSURANCE COMPANY many Thanksgiving, baskets the apartment can provide lux
SblS Timuquana Rd., 771-0527 club is donating to the needy. ury living at a modest I
cost; $170.00 per month
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, American League W-L National League W-L;
By JOSN Brent Kallestad Jax -- Hot and heavy grid action VB-16 12-0 VAP-62 '<: 12-0
led to a torrid contest this::; Admin 11-2 MARTD .. .'->11-2
The Navy figures promptly the sports world with their collegiate week as no less than nine entries FAETU : 8-4 VP-30 7-4
program at the academy (football 1)) and former Navymen now tied for the top spot with NARF ". 5-8 NARTU : 7-5
in the professional ranks, but this is not the only way to gain marks of 7-right, 1-wrong, and Hospital 4-8 Marine Barracks I> 4-8
acknowledgement In this media as evidenced by a column I ran 2-ties. However the winning Weapons 4-8 A/C Maintenance'8: ;
across last'week in baseball's bible, "The Sporting News." entry indicated that Texas would VP-45 3-8 679th .' ,',,::'> 2-10
James L. Compton, stationed aboard the cruiser. USS St. Paul.. defeat SMU 35-14 -- the actual VP-5 2-11 VW-4 \'t ,,i-il'Pointmakers'
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has come up with a solid recom- score was 38-7 .. belonged to
mendation to improve our national the cowboys. The second game Airman Apprentice Gerald O. ,.
pasttime baseball.Corn- will immediately follow the conclusion Miler, an 18-year-old studentat .. <.. '
ton wrote in to the Editors of of the RedskinEagleclash. the Naval Air Technical Train- ,
"The Sporting News; and ing Center. "
solicited his idea. He claims that Miami plays in Buffalo, Sun- Miller, who is in the AO 'A' NATIONAL TD TP AMERICAN TD TP
if each major league club would day, and Channel 12 will televisethe School, class 839, joins winners Dorman, VP-30 14 94 Scheid, VP-16 16 106
allow but 23 players on their AFL action beginning at 1:30 from the previous six weeks in Badovanonitz. VAP-62 13 82 D. Tuscan, Admin ,12 82
rosters instead of the current 25, vying for season honors. He is Barr, MARTD 11 71 Fletcher VP-16 9 66
that teams would be forced to cut p.m.Houston will be coming to Jacksonville from Grove Texas, and a 1968 Riddle, VAP-62 8 53 Byrne, VP-16 7 44
I down on platoon performers and November 29, for an intersectional graduate of Port Arthur High Johnson, MARTD 7 48 Sweeney, Admin 6 40
relief pitchers -- which now clash with Florida School; a school incidentally,that
occupy major league berths in State In what should be one of contributes heavily with top grid
abundance. At the same time the nation's top -games of that performers to collegiate circles.

the Compton minor argues leagues,would which: assist have weekend.are on sale Tickets downtown for for the $6 game-- with Other 7-1-2 contestants marks include who finished: Tom I WlQQ 'a @$ r;}@ rID$1

been in poverty status for the and it'll be a good collegiate Gary, first class Aviation .
past several years. game for football fans to attend.STUDYING. Maintenanceman
at VAP-62;
For his suggestion, which was D.M. Dreher, Photographer's
selected as the month's most Mate first class of VAP-62;
worthy, "The Sporting News" Larry Kimbrough, seaman at
awarded the sailor a free year's FAETU; Aviation Ordnanceman
subscription to their weekly second class B.C. Shanks of
publication. Guess it pays off JLa NATTC's AO School; Signal-
sometimes -- huh Sailors? man first class C.A. Welch

Games slated for viewing in NATTC Master-at-Arms; Chief
this area over the weekend include Personnelman V.H. Urban at
Educational Services; AirmanS.D.
the
bloody Minnesota--
due dash from Memorial Stadiumin ; t=__ Carmichael from NARF;and
Yeoman second class Mike Yorg
Minneapolis. The Boiler-
from ComFairJax.
makers whipped the Gophers in
last year's encounter at Lay- Remember, there are only
faette. LeRoy Keyes one of the xW R THREE weeks to go in the 'You
principals in this year's Heis- Pick Um' contest and the
.', man Trophy race will be the top .? Airman Ap "prizes" are awaiting YOU I
, individual performer,to keep your prentice Gerald 0. Miller, a "
r eye on. The game is scheduled student ,at NATTC mastered The First Marine Division
t for viewing at 1:45 local time, last week's 'You Pick Urn.: landed at Inchon, Korea, Sept.
Saturday, on Channe117. 15, 1950. Last month we said
\ The NFL has slated a double-
header again for televising Sun- "Yes"e.e
day. Washington meets Philadelphia | 'You Pick Um'NAME r
in a 12:45 game onChan-
nel 4, and the nightcap featuresare To a man who asked for a few extra dollars
the Giants in Dallas to meet '* to fix his first vacation house.
. RANK OR TITLE_____AGE_-- up

Cog Officials DUTY STATION SERVICE 1##_.,_-.. To a young auto mechanic who needed a
:I better set of tools to get a better paying job. ..

;, Needed For ALABAMA LSU To a father with four growing daughters and

one shrinking bathroom.To .
AUBURN TENNESSEE,
, UN Basketball
a'mailman who wanted to stamp out all
, FLORIDA GEORGIA
Jax -- AU personnel interested his bills and make |lust one convenient pay-
in officiating during the up- KANSAS OKLAHOMA ment a month.
coming intramural basketball
season are requested to contact MINNESOTA PURDUE To a marine who needed a personal loan

athletic director Frank Mc- ..well, for personal reasons.
I' Caffrey soon.McCaffrey's. PENN STATE MIAMI (FLA.)
office is located

building adjacent three.'to the gymnasium The athletic in SOUTHERN,CAL CALIFORNIA We're not in businessto

director stresses the need for MICHIGAN STATE INDIANA
officials, and with the season less say "Noe"UNIVERSAL
than two weeks away it is urgent MINNESOTA (NFL) GREEN BAY
for interested personnel to
let their intentions be known. CHICAGO SAN FRANCISCO _
McCaffrey intends to cover the
groundwork of the 1968-69 bas- Tie Breaker: Predict final score on game between Southern Cal
ketball season with all perspective and California. Indicate winners in other games by a check mark. I
officials, and also make the Ballot boxes are located at Galley One and Galley Three. Ballots ,", \'. ,
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/i'. By Josn Brent Kallstad under a 15-13 deficit at half- The lead was shortlived however that the winners: recovered for' 'as: did Memphis and Mayport.[ .
1 Jax--The Naval Air Station time, and blitzed Memphis with as h Hal Brazee booted a safeties and a 4-0 halftime lead. The losers of,tlie e two contests!
t hosting the 1968,Sixth Naval District 24-point second half to* chalk :33 yard field goal on the. last Pensacola shoved out to a 10-0 will fall to 'tlk.idelincs; for the,
4; touch football tourney got up a 37-15 victory play of the half.; lead In,the third period as Ken remainder of the tourney, : "
i'\ the annual event underway in Jim Jackson was the hero of Jackson racked up 100 yards:: Rml' successful fashion Sunday night the day for Jax Navy. The elusive via the airlanes in the wild second >-yard touchdown pass.; Saturday morning at ;0:30.:
11 with 'a banquet at the Candlelight veteran quarterback chucked half that saw Bob Scheid, The Raider replied rapidlyto Defending champion Jax Navy,
Club. five touchdown passes, fired Ray Badvanonitz. and Barr latch the Pen.saeola: core as Bob behind the accurate: passing of.'
t i Cocktails were served at 6:30 three 2-point conversions and onto scoring bombs. Bill Green Fewell sprinted under a .t 1 15 Jim Jackson: and a: stone-vsall:
p.m. followed by a steak supper booted a PAT. blocked a punt for the ''I winners yard pass from Jack: Kimball, defense::; sped into the second
"' for the 180 tourney participants Sax got the jump in the con- to set up the final score. and went in to score cutting the round\ of the I 1968! Sixth Naval: District -
l!,,1 and officials. test as Bob Barr snatched a Brazee, Memphis' fine place- deficit to 10-6. Tournament with a :30-0\
.; Capt. Byron W. Dean, NAS 20-yard pass .for the game's kicker was "booted"* froni the Cecil threatened mildly in the rout of Glynco, Georgia.The '
": executive officer, represented initial scorer contest in,the final period. final stanza but interceptions: contest was decided by .
: ;1 the host facility, and athletic Memphis came back with two Ken Winkle led the winners killed any Raider hopes.: halftime as:\ the [potent Jax offense -
.:1 director Frank McCaffrey pre- quick touchdowns and took a 12- defense that completely stymiedthe Georgia Entries rolled up a 24-0 cushionas
.1l!i sided. U lead. Abe Odom had a hand in Memphis offense in the sec- :: Jackson arced scoring tosses
\ Pairings for the tourney were both scores as he grabbed a ond half. Ql.:1rleSfOnve.I: : [)>I1s came to Ray 13advanonitz Bob Barr
| announced at 10 a.m. Monday in 40-yard pass from Dave Fetrellto ,Pensacola WinsIn from behind to defeat Cilynco and Bob Johnson. Jackson ran for
I| the Building Three gymnasium. tie the game, and he lofteda 10-7 and knocked: the Georgiansout a two-point conversion, and Barr.
20-yarder to Chuck Urban min- the other contest: of the of the double elimination and Johnson hauled in passed for
.. Actions
Tuesday utes later. winners bracket -- Pensaoola: to rney. two-pointers[ also to round out
Jax Navy had to fight for their Barr again scored for Jax Comm got a bye -- PensacolaAir Glynco grabbed a 12-7 leadin the 1st half scoring. Badvanomu}
t ,"* "pigskin" hides Tuesday in a in the day's longest play with sneaked past Cecil Field's the first half as Bob Morton replaced Jackson at the control
hard-fought, hotly-contested a 60-yard scoring reception. Raiders 10-6. The losers assisted and Phil Tyne each got TD's, for lax: Navy in the second half,
II, tIe with Memphis. The defending Jackson booted the point after Pensacola with a (pair'of bad but aurle ton's offense, pacedby and hit DonJ5a&le with a scoring ; "
i: champions moved out from for a 13-12 lead. center snaps:: in the first half Frank Osborn's two touch toss; wider completed the
downs, scored twice in tile second -- scoring for thew 1uJers. '
half to snatch the victory. Cecil Field slipped into Tllcsd3Y's -
il NARTU Stuns MARTD 12-8 In N.L. Play; Steve Davis also::; tallied for the action with a 0-0) victory '

winners.. over May[)>rt. The winners
Orlando dropped Albany from picked up the game's only scoreon
1 VAP-62 Assured of Tie for Loop Title the tourney ranks Tuesday witha a pass from John Kimball '
26-6 smacking. It was the to Bob Fewell.
second Georgia team to be elim- Mighty Memphis[ tuning up for
Sax -- MARTD suttered a sur- a two-point conversion. The loss Frontrunning VP-lO was idle inated. Tuesday\ afternoon's encounter
prising 12-8 loss to NARTU in was VP-30's second shutout suffered last week but Admin retained The winners:: could muster only with Jax, whipped Albany, Georgia -
intramural action last week,'and during the'week. slim hopes of catching the lead- a 12-6 lead by halftime, but a 25-0 Memphis' defense allowed -
the loss allowed league leading Aircraft Maintenance slid by ers as they dropped Weapons strong defense complemented by Albany' to cross their own
t VAP-62 to grab at least a tie VW-4 8-6, in a defensive struggle 16-9. Dave, Tuscan, the AL's an efficient offense, proved the 40 only once in the contest and
I for the National League Cham as Tom Bunting scored the second leading scorer, scored difference. their offensive unit steamed to
") pionship. winner's touchdown and Jim Mil- K) of Admin's points, and Neil John Canal. Bill Wright, and a 19-0 halftime lead cnroute to
'Ii j MARTD led NARTU 8-6 at the ler the crucial points after.MiKe Sweeney added another touchdown Bob Hanson 1 accounted for the the win. Quarterback D.ll. Fet-
i I half, but their highly-touted defense Scherberlein got VW-4's lone Larry Linton's touchdown and Orlando, scoring. Lloyd Summerswas rell hit, J.F. Ryan, Dan Hal1\ -'
:: couldn't contain NARTU'sKen TD. The Marine Barracks, established Fred Merschun's points after credited with Albany's lone dale J.P.Irban' and J.N. Watch
Winkle who passed for the an offensive, rolled to were the lone markers for Wea- touchdown.Third with scoring passes:' ,in the shut-
winning touchdown. Bill Bowersand a 14-0 halftime lead, and went pons. Round, out of Georgians.;
Don Tusa each 'hauled in. Yesterday's top contest was Air into
on to demolish 679th, 26-10. Le- Pensacola ripped
Winkle aerials for touchdowns' baron Chatinan scored two touchdowns The Hospital zipped past NARF between Jax Navy and Pensa- Charleston South Carolina for a
in the NARTU victory JimFrench's for the winners whileNollie 20-0 as three performers splitup cola Communications in the win 33-7: win in other first round
l' touchdown and Bob Shaw was scoring a touch- the whiner's scoring. Adam ner's bracket( Pensacola Air, action: and Lou Ba rtlett\ touchdown i-
,} Johnson's1 reception for a two- down and Wilson lead the victory with, a also In the winners, bracket aerial to Ron Smith paved
a two-point conversion
TD
l'f point conversion accounted fork and Ken Brown a singleTD. and two-point conversion, drew a bye iu the third, round. the' way for a Pensacola .Communications
and Jim McDuffie and Rich Run-
! the loser's
scoring. Cecil Field and Orlando itfet
Gerald Meier and Harrison both added touchdowns. \ victory over NTC
t' ,VAP-62's crack defensive unit Buchlew accounted for the individual yon- in yesterday's? loser; bracket, Orlando, 80.CHEVROLET ().
? led by Bill Fertig shutout' VP- scoring for the losers FAETII shoved their season.
"!H 30, 33-0, after rolling up a 23- and the defensive unit chippedin record to eight wins against four
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every I VAP 62 and MARTD have Jaeger scored the touchdownsand ;
\ wrapped up playoff slots in the Tom llontz and Fred Mit-
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season. Don Eagle scored a pair and Admin in the American loop. ed the lone TD for the losers.
of touchdowns and booted a field

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