Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 14, 1968
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Ribbon I Cutting, Bunnies Top

n Gala Opening of Jax ExchangeBy

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,t JOSN Rick Kunz : :-
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I As a crowd of bargain-hunters anxiously waited the ribbon was cut officially opening, the : ;:,
: Main Navy Exchange yesterday. RAdm. D. H. Lyness, here for the opening did the honors i.t'. "

which opened up 15,000 square feet of new floor space, 'nearly doubling every ,department in .
size. The dedication ceremonies included a musical background provided by the Nathan j

4 4 :4f Bedford Forrest Senior High .
School Band. The band began Upon conclusion of Admiral '. > ,
playing at 9:30 and continued until Lyness' remarks the big moment "r
,. 11:00. had arrived and military personnel -, .
!. Following the posting of the and their dependents strolled
colors and the National Anthem into the bright new complex. .
f Chaplain R. M. Harrison reciteda Grand openings are never com- : ..
,' Cut- ''without the '.:: .
a at dedicationprayer. Captain plete customary ..
ler then introduced RAdm. D. H. gifts and the Main Exchange ".
Lyness, commanding officer people provided some excellentones. t
Navy Ship's Store Office,who was Calling off lucky winners ,
i, the main speaker. Admiral Ly- every four minutes throughoutthe
ness is the head of all U. S. day, winners: were taking '
Navy exchanges throughout the home portable televisions, bicy- ,-
world and was visiting Jax from cles, ladies and men's clothing, CUT RIBBON RAdm. R. J. .
} his headquarters in Brooklyn. household items, shotguns, andfubUilwd Stroh, ComFairJax, RAdm.Lyness ''I

: : iapi. n. u Cutler,
BUNNIES Opening day exchange NAS Jax CO and Cdr. M. J.>
4. patrons were greeted Ott, exchange officer, join ...
:: by these girls. While the ,girls forces to cut traditional rib-
passed out cologne, male patrons bon to open new exchange expansion .;
f divided their time be !

tween looking over the ex even a chain saw. :
b,tat HaIPllbllabllll Company.apilvaM flm.Oplnlona t pnaacd blII.publisher and rUra herla ara their own end Dot to b,conaidmd u official(t txpreaalon of any
change and the girls. VUUarjr department.Tb..ppeu.nc.: of adverUaefnenta,this publication do..natcomUtuU/ indorsement of an*military department ol the product or.,rvlc".advtrtlacd. Adding a little spice tothegala
l VOL. 26 NO. 34 u. i NAVAL AIR JTATIOH.JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA/ NOVEMBER 15, 1968 opening were five bunnie clad .
cuties from a local night spot.
They were supplied with 2,500
: Bronze Star Commendation/ hand outs of cologne and per- \
fume for the ladies. The lucky i
gents that showed up also received -
a free bottle of cologne and the

:, Won by ComFair Staff OfficerS kids got new balloons.The exchange. represents a

$425,000 investment that will include -
Three Commander Fleet Air the headquarters building.Lt. torious service" as a Naval Intelligence \ renovation of the barber
Jacksonville staff officers have, Herbert J. Barber assistant Liaison officer on the shop cobbler shop, portrait
been decorated for gallantry inaction Services and Facilities staff of Commander Naval Forces studio and a new beauty shop.
while serving combat tours officer at ComFairJax, was pre- Vietnam. .. Personal services department'
in Vietnam. The awards were sented the Bronze Star Medal with Operating In the Vietnam pro- I will offer Western Union faci- M
.. presented Tuesday -by RAdm. Combat "V" and the Navy Com- vince of Go Cong and at the litites engraving, key maker, 4
...._ Robert J..Stroh in ceremonies at mendation Medal for "meri- Vietnamese, military sub-sector AT' WORK--AC2 Saqder, who fruit and flower wiring and watch ,, i..
headquarters Hoa Lac he works at ,Operations selected These 4
at \ repair new.,shops are .
v. S t .. NewsBri'ef5''- 1.- ''worked*closely1 with'lbcal'sector 'as OctdbeI"servicenian.Sander expected: to"be opened by Dec..15 ', ,,\i;
advisors, Intelligence personneland .
other U.S. and Vietnamese '.
Recruiters Named 0 lober Serviceman
Frogmen Tryouts Police military and civilian agencies :

A team of Navy frogmen headed Three men from the Washington from July 1967 to July 1968.
by Lt.:(j.g.) James Winfree will D.C. Police Dept. will holda This Involved "numerous AC2 Michael G. Sander, of Ground Control Approach School
, be looking for future UDT/Seal recruiting session in Bldg. 955 aerial reconnaissance missions the station's Air Operations Department and .is ready for qualification in
volunteers Saturday morning ,at Tuesday morning under the and significant combat opera- was selected as the both precision and surveillance
9 at the station'theater.The Bureau of Personnel's Civilian tions" on the ground. In one Serviceman of the Month, for radar at this facility.The .
team will show a movie Police Recruiting Program. The Instance, he "unhesitatingly ran October. He received the award nominating letter further f
and hold question and answer trio will give tests and arrangefor to the side of a Vietnamese during ceremonies in the com- stated "Petty Officer Sander
period for men stationed here interested physicals for men they feel soldier through a hail of enemy manding officer's office Friday. possess all the qualities of
in volunteering for 'eligible for employment with the fire. With complete disregardfor Sander, who works in the Air' leadership expected of an intelligent -
training with the Navy's under- D.C. force. Men between 21-29 his own safety, he stood upright Traffic Control Division of mature individual. He is
water warriors. Men interestedin who will be discharged within and carried the wounded Operations, was sited fonhis- constantly endeavoring to Increase -
the program will be given PT the next six months and are interested soldier across the compound to cord of accomplishments. "He his specialized and
tests at the indoor pool follow- in a police career are the protection of a building." has progressed through the general knowledge ."
ing the theater session.FAWil. to be at Bldg. 955 Tuesday.year. LCdr. Jeremy D. Taylor, VF various operating positions in For his accomplishments
training officer on the staff, was record time and in a flawless Sander received a$10 gift certificate -
Hosts Atlantic presented an Air Medal and Gold manner," read the nominating to the Candlelight Restaurantand
Star In lieu of a second award letter by his division officer. a free portrait at the Navy
for "heroic achievement in aerial The letter further stated of Exchange Portrait Shop, by the
Anti-Sub Conference flight" in missions over North Sander, "Having recently been Navy Exchange, and a trip to
Vietnam from April through me certified by the Federal Avia- St. Augustine, sponsored by, the
of this year. Flying an A-4 tion Agency as a Junior Controller USO. *;***
t" The Semi-annual Fleet Air Wings Atlantic, conference will begin "Skyhawk" frm the carrier USS he is now responsiblefor Others nominated for the
;; aboard the station Tuesday and be hosted by Capt. W.W Honour, Enterprise, LCdr. Taylor Was the control of air traffic from monthly award, included CN Ste-
-; commander Fleet Air Wing 11. assigned to Attack Squadron 113. the control tower during his ven D. Cowie, Public Works,
d .! '! The FAW-11 staff will be hosting RAdm. Ralph Weymouth, com- On one occasion,he was the strike watch." AO1 John L. Kibby, Weapons and
k i.i'I : manner+ Fleet Air Wings Atlantic, headquartered at NAS Norfolk, leader on a coordinated strike Sander recently completed the SDI R.D. Parungao, Admin.
5jj I Va.: Capt. Andrew Serrell, deputy commander Fleet Air Wing against a heavily defended rail- u u .....u..._.._,_,__..__._ ,__,_ ____ ___....,. _.u .._,.._____
M,; Five, NAS Patuxent River, Md.; and Capt. J.R. Ward, commander road classification yard and a
rr Fleet Air Wing Three at NAS Brunswick, Maine, along with their surface-to-air missile site at
respective staffs. Vinh, North Vietnam. The award
u.. The wing commanders and their staffs are meeting here to discuss cited Taylor for dropping"a
f'l t >'S ,A.A. items submitted by the wing staffs and recommendations forwarded devastating string of bombs
f by their subordinate VP squadrons and support activities. directly on the SAM site.".
,. 6; Admiral Weymouth has commanded several squadrons and the LCdr. George R.Vezina,Aviation --
r ,; ASW carrier Lake Champlain. He is a former commander of Safety/Survival officer for K
"Fleet Air Wing Keflavik where he gained extensive anti-submarine ComFairJax, was presented the J
warfare experience: directing ASW aircraft operating over the L
-;. Norwegian Sea. (Continued on Page 2)) 't

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'i. VW-4 Honors Hurricane HuntersField.

Fifteen Hurricane Hunters of ." r iY
Weather Reconnaissance Squadron Others honored included Cdr. CWO H.A.Schaepe,ADRC W.L.
.. Four were honored at a Nov. A.F. Marsh LCdr. F.C. Nelson Dungan, AGI H.E. Graham, AG2
6 awards ceremony and command and Lieutenants F.E. Horn and R.C. Kennon, AG2 A.D. Prude
: inspection. A.H. Scoggin. They were com- homme: AMS3 S.A. Stevens,
Lt. Edwin V. Trefry and Lt. rpended for their participation In ATN3 F.D. Jock and AMS3 J.G.
, .. (j.g.) Francis G. Richards were recent Project Stormfury opera- Smith all received letters of
f. S presented'Air Medals"for meritorious tions. appreciation for outstanding performances -
achievement In aerial Lt. (j.g.) Brent A. Medlyn received In connection with the
flight as Naval Flight Officers the Admiral's Cup Ef- Hurricane Hunter exhibit at the .
attached to Airborne Early Warn- ficiency Award for the compe- Greater Jacksonville Fair.
, ing Squadron One in combat titive period July 1967 to June All awards were presented by TWO MEDALS-Admiral Stroh congratulates Lt. Barber for
: operations Southeast Asia from 1968 while attached to Training Cdr. H.P. Summers, VW-4 commanding receiving Bronze Star and Navy' Commendation Medals duringr
October 1967 to May of this Squadron One, NAAS Saufley officer. Tuesday ceremony.


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Services StudyRetention ; D i.v.tEte _r._ JC 's..

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ProblemWashington ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

AX Edwards Chapel
zu s
(AFPS) -- The retention officer by association with his
of trained personnel Is \superiorsplus the assignment of SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.
a prime concern shared by military challenging duties, and most importantly DAIY MASS - 11:30 a.m.
and civilian organizationsalike. suitable recognition );..'' SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.
In the military,manpower for good performance are all .f. : p.m.-
management officials of the considered to be key factors in 5:30. p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.

Army Navy, Air Force and Ma- the accomplishment of career ':,'.' TUESDAY
rine Corps have instituted in motlyation for undecided young Single Young Catholic Organ-
ization - 7:30
creased emphasis and special off iodcs. p.m.

programs to postively alleviatethe The four services all strongly CAPS Cdr. Lenore Simon, chief nurse: at the Naval Hospital
growing problem. that job satisfaction is U.S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
agree graduates during ceremonies -
54 Red Cross volunteer
of the
The program is considered to" of primary importance in re caps one Luke's Chapel
be serious enough for all ser taining all inividuals, commis at the 0' Club Tuesday.
vices to require personal atten- stoned and enlisted alike. The SUNDAY MASS - -8:00 a.m.
tion from commanders which,in right man in the right job will Red Cross Volunteers PROTESTANT
turn will assure positive; lead to a positive career deci- SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
accomplishment of all special sion.

programs. Each of the individual services Receive Caps TuesdayThe .
Reasons *fort .ind'v.idud .nOnh.. have.variobs$ special programs 'PROTESTANT T'
selection of military service as effected tolhelp improve the sit- All Saints' Chapel
a career have been the subjectof uation. Generally, these prog- largest class of volun- 4 Years >
extensive study. A multi- rams have a great similarity due teers in the history of the Naval
tude of areas, evaluated as pos- to the unspoken agreement Beached Hospital graduated Tuesday dur- Mesdames Robert Baxter,V.A. SUNDAY
sible influences capable of in by.all services as to the real ing ceremonies at the O'Club. Eason C. A. Eldridge, George CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m.
creasing the attractiveness of basis of their difficulties. Fifty-four women, most of them Harty, Richard JastremskI Tho- Blda. #722
this traditional life, have been Navy wives,completed the course mas ,Lancaster, N J. Kitchens, JUN1UK CHURCH - 1U a.m.
isolated and considered for application Marine Corps ProgramA and were capped by Cdr. Lenore AJ. McCormack, Frank Plato, Divine Worship Service -10 a.m.
In the past thegreat- newly instituted Marine Simon, chief nurse. Joseph Pierotti and William Tay- Bldg. #722 .
en attention was placed upon the Corps program keys the reten- Taking pan In the ceremonywere lor. Junior Youth Fellowship 5. p.m.
so called "tangible" incen- tion effort not only to. company Capt. William S. BakerJr. 3 Years Bldg. #722.
tives such as pay, allowances, grade, or junior officers, but to ., commanding officer of the WEDNESDAYSenior
benefits and housing', all of which all other commissioned gradesas hospital; Capt. B.W. Dean, NAS Mesdames M.P. Myers, David Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m..
,are difficult for each of the ser- well. The newly activated XO, Mrs. G.E. Dotson, vice- Nixon, William Papenfuss,Dewey Bldg. #722.
vices to improve individually. Career Planning Branch at Headquarters chairman of volunteers and Mrs. Steman and Steven Werber. THURSDAYJunior
While all services continue to Marine Corps Is designed Mrs. Harold Brown, chairman of 2 Years Choir Rehearsal -- 4 p.m.
search for improvement in these to support by direct volunteers for Duval County. Bldg. #722. .
needed areas concurrently they communication to all field com- Ted. D. Kilpatrick, until recently Mesdames C. Barnes Jack Young Adult Cltb.7 p.m.
have undertaken supporting. mands, the efforts of the person- clinical psychologist at the Becker, L. Cush, 0. 'Forehand, Bldg. #722.Olristian .
studies which are strongly indicating nel monitors who have individual Naval Hospital and currently in F.L. Gabbard, R.M. Harrison, Science Service 7:30:
that there are other interest In every Marine, both private practice in the area, was Nellis Johnson, D.C.-Overmanand p.m. Bldg. #722.Traffic.
approaches, within the capabilityof officer and enlisted.Air guest speaker.. M. Ingram.
individual service command Force Capt. Baker commended the I Year .
ers which will greatlyencourage volunteers for their services in r-------,
all categories of military per The Air Force has a similar helping alleviate staff short- Mesdames J. Arigo, Roy Bird,
sonnel to remain on active duty. program' which allows officers ages at the hospital. About 150 LJ. Culver, Charles Davis, Ott I
direct contact with an Officer volunteers gave nearly 20,000 Farris, B. Faulders, Domenic 1,1[
Officer Retention Career Development Division at hours of service to the hospitallast Gavin, Jimmie Gibson,Billyllar-
While the most apparent diffi\' RaOOloplb AFB, Tex. Any career year. kins, Robert Heyer, C.T. Huwe, I
culties in service retention seem problem which cannot be resolvedat Many volunteer positions remain J. Huber, Francis Jaquette, C.R. ViolationsThe \
to be applicable to'the first term the local level maybe directedto unfilled, according to Mrs. Jones, William Mahoney, H. II ,
enlisted population, the retention -: a' team of 'specially,, trained, Rita !Jastremske, chairman of Matthews, Stephen ,Page M.
of officers -- parts'- counsellors, at,Randolph without, volunteers, and a neW,'class ,will Thweatt, M. Wuebler,J ,Miss following is a report of'
cAlarly fir the Junior' gra'des1' following the normal chain of be'given early>next year in order, Ruth Garst. motor vehicle accidents and traf-
is fast fic violations for the period October .
becoming special. con- command.' to fill existing vacancies.
Volunteers capped Tuesday COMMENDATIONS (From Pg.l I IRepublic' ) .29 through November 4.
cern.Many of these officers Army Number of Accidents
young werp Mesdames Forrest Ad-
believe that benefits availableto The Army has had such a pro- dington, William Anderson, in recognition of Vietnam of Gallantry'Cross 150 This Week . . 6
all as junior civilian execu- gram in existence for some time Vance Billings, Robert Brazzell bat com- Total accidents this year throughNov.
missions from
tives are far superior'to those and directs officer and enlisted Stephen Burton, Ronald Castle, May 1968. The May 1966 to 4 . .' : . 328
offered by a military career. careers through the Office of Robert Cherico, F. Cooksey, combat award was for Number of accidents through Nov.
Additionally, In growing mem, Personnel Operations in the Pen Marlin Crider, James Curry, two Squadron deployments 22 with Attack 1967 . . . 320''
bers, they are subscribing to the tagon. This office keeps close Henry Cutler, Byron Dean, Rudolph on strikes from the, flying carrier an A-4 USS Total number of days since last
theory that military life imposesan tabs on Army personnel and not Falkenstein, Francis Felt- Ranger the first Injury in a motor vehicle
usually severe hardship on only plans a career but can Implement ham L.D. Felps, E. Fitzgerald and from during the carrier USS cruise, accident . . 18
their families because of the the action necessary for Max Flower, Kenneth Frontz, Sea the Number of Violations
constant separation from home development. addition,a newly Charles Futch, W.A. Gibbs, Robert ployment.during second de- This Week . . 91
that is traditional to military formed retention branch in the Glennon, Thomas Hamby, Speeding . ', 19
service.A Pentagon monitors the extensive James Heft, Donald Hempson, B. Reckless Driving . 1
recently completed Army program.A Howard, Bobby Howard, Robert Gong through Stop Sign. '. 6
study indicated that the higher Retention Plans and Pro- Howie and Arthur Jones. Other Violations eo 65
quality officer, considered most grams Division at theNavyBureau Also, Mesdames Arthur Ju- Fifty-six drivers appeared
diserable for rentention on active of personnel was recently deen, Donald Kern, Dionisio /i; fore the Traffic Hearing Boardat
duty, responds immediatelywhen formed and is geared to develop, Celerina, Alfred Lewis, Walter the meeting held on Nov. 7.
given both the authorityand recommend and monitor plans McCall Ed McTyre, Paul Over- Disposition of the cases::> includedthe
responsibility to accomplish and programs to achieve the de ton, James Potter Gary Rivers, ,w following: nine lost drivingand
assigned missions. sired officer and enlisted re Berchman Rogero, Douglas parking privileges aboard
This evaluation readily'equateswith tention goals. Scally, Warren Schellhase, Robert station for various periods; 30
the civil management theory Army and Air Force vitually Schulze, William Seng. G. were assigned to complete an
that the military institution, bits y assure the grade of captain at Stanford, Howard Tinsley, G. eight-hour course in remedial
basic organization, offers the end of a three year period Travis, MatthieW WarrenThomas driving; 11 received suspensions;
more varied and immediately t .while the Navy and Marine Corps '''Weaver, Sidney Wegert four were given, Warnings; 10
available positions of authority promoting against their grade' George: White,. Richard( t VMle 7. were dismissed; 11 were fined
than can any private concern. limitations, have a very high per man, Jacob Weiss, Lewis wood, (U.S. COMMISSIONER); and one
Successful qualities of lead centage attaining similar gradesin James Minderlein, William was referred to the commanding
ership, transmitted to the junior the same period of time. Moore, Clyde Moyer, and Wil- officer for possible disciplinaryaction.
liam Works. .
Forty-seven drivers
Truth TellingBy Recognitionr was 'also 'given to were assessed 127 traffic points.
; volunteers who have served,over .
,"' a period of years and who have Y
,:. C.E. Bartholomew CHC given a minimum of 100 volun- .
teer hours during the course
: "The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately of a year. Honored were: JAX-AI :NaWs
corrupt; who can understand it?" Jeremiah 17:9
Today we live in a world in which there Is an amazing lack 15 Years .'. "
of basic honesty. It isn't so much that people, its just that they Mrs. Donald Judd The lAX( AIR NEWS 'is a Civilian
have an unspoken agreement not to press the truth, not to, in a distributed each Thursday at the U. Enterprise S. Naval Newspaper
sense rock the boat or upset the "status quo." And Christians, 14.Years Jacksonville, Florida by the IIolt PublishinA Air Company Station,
to a strong degree, are a contributing factor, for we feel that being Mrs. Thomas Cummings a NEWS private firm AU Copy submitted for use In AX AIR
honest is somehow cruel or tactless. 2. NAS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Off ice, Box
Let's face it, our tremendous drive for social acceptance bent 7 Years .Jacksonville News Hems by 12m noon on Monday before pubItcation. .
toward conformity is of who do arc welcomed' from all sources Telephone .
J creating a generation young liars Mrs. G.E. Dotson 772 311N or 3119.Aduertiscmcnts ).
not even realize that they are lying. And though outwardly we teach
them to look happy and successful inwardly, we are saying hide 6 Years art SoUcHrd by the pub lasher and
your true feelings, your true needs.Is Mesdames William Brandel concerning such should be directed 'to: ,queries
it any wonder then, that our world is filled with people William Brown, A.A. Cipolat and, The Holt Publishing
who outwardly look contented and at peace but inwardly are cryingout Michael Tkac. Jacksonville Company 1950 Blanding Blvd
for someone to care, someone to love them. Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755
It (is time we as Christians and 'human beings were honest 5 Years
with ourselves and our deceitfulness with God; for It is only in Mesdames J.L. VOL. 26 NO.
DeLaney, N J. 34
honest confession and acceptance of God's truth and power that we can Kozak, Maurice Pattee William NOVEMBER IS, 1968

begin,to live not (in some far olf time or condition but now. Simpson and J.C. Whitfield.

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Thoughts On Skippering 'World's Biggest Prize /<' I

By J03 Joseph M. Sharkey .. 4 '
JOSN Phillip Loomis '

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Port Two of Two Ports ;

QUESTION: The editor of ;
JANE'S FIGHTING SHIPS and ;. 'rr.;",j"..
many others last year argued :
that recommissioning the New : ,,,4; ;"'>m,.'!
Jersey would be a big mistake, "'' :' .t---- ,'.-.......
that a battleship off the Viet J' ..
nam coast would be a 'sitting ,.. ..
duck?" ;
SNYDER: If the New Jerseyis
a sitting duck I'm sure the ,
Army and the Marines would '
like to have about a thousand r- ?: .. 4 r- -
more' sitting. ducks. If any ship -.; ... -.- r .
'.in the world' is close to being *** SI i .
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invulnerable it, is the New Jer- "' it t.'fl. ...' ,.. ,,,,,
sey. There is not a ship made "..., ,,\ -. T.t..u'JI'a"
that cannot be sunk; however, Shore. Bombardment '. "
in' conventional war being
fought the way this one is foughtall purpose to bring 16 inch 50- bring the two ,bugle players' on thronged aboard wherever the America was still powerful,
you have to do is walk caliber rifles to the aid of the board? ship has stopped. Somebody was still respected, and was
around this ship and you'll see Army and Marine Corps. The SYNDER: Yes, that was my might consider; it a 'showboat' still a nation that was thoughtof
why I am not concerned. The five inch battery is manned only own personal idea to bring themon of the U.S. Navy. True? wherever the world's nations -
' door' to the gunnery officer's for self defense and for support board. That's been quitea SNYDER: Fve never heard gather. I think that without
battle station, for example, when we're in close enough. controversial item, but I think the New Jersey mentioned as any question, the battleship was
" ,'weight 6,000 pounds and is 18 QUESTION: It's been nearlya the crew enjoys hearing the the showboat of the'United States the beginning of the end of an
, inches; thick. It's very difficult quarter-century since the New buglers. It's the only laugh we Navy. I don't believe it and era when the United States was
for me to conceive 'of any wea- Jersey fought in World War IL :get when they hit a sour note. I don't think the crew does. unquestioned supreme technical -:
pon that the enemy has capableof Do you see any differences in They don't just do bugling, of I think it has attracted a significant nation in the world and
penetrating that kind of the battleship sailors of then coursethey stand,.watches on amount of attention. We was, without any question. the
steel. The, armor around our and the crew you have today? the bridge. ,We had our choice 'had over a quarter of a million strongest nation in the world.
turrets is 17.3 inches ,thick. SNYHDER: To compare the between using a portable tape people, visit the ship since it I believe we still are, but I
This ship has a triple bottom. battleship sailor of today with recorder and a human being was commissioned on April 6 think there are many peoplein
It's expecting a lot to havea the sailor of twenty-five years and for some unknown reason, of this year. We were quite the world who no longer
conventional weapon penetratethat ago, today's will tell you he's I just like people better than surprised at the turnout' of peo- believe this.GIANT .
armor. twice as good as hfs! old man machines. ple. It's difficult for me to assess -
QUESTION: It has been sug- and that's why it takes only QUESTION: The new mottoof why 50,000 people would
gested that, if the New Jersey half the crew. Of course, that the New Jersey is' "Fire stand in line for four and a SWAP MEET
proves its worth Vietnam. isn't exactly true, but as longas power for Freedom." What's half hours just to be able to walkon
another battleship might possibly they think it's true, I'm hap- the significance of it? the New Jersey .and walk JAX LARGEST FLEA
be recommissioned. Do you py. I think the; ;crew today is SNYDER: It's very simple.We right off again.QUESTION MARKETAll
expect this? by far superior to the crew thatI were put in commissionto : Why do they
SYNDER: Let's recognizeone served with In World War IL give firepower support to come to visit, then? Spaces Under Shelter
thing: I'm only the commanding They're sharper, they have our troops in Vietnam. We happen -, SNYDER: I have my own 20th and Edgewood
officer of the New more spirit. They're also significantly to believe that the United idea, I'm sure you have yours.I Sat. 9 6:00
Jersey. I'm not a Secretary of younger 80 percent States Is engaged in a defenseof look at it like this: The only Every am pm
Defense, nor am I any higher of our crew is under 25; freedom there. If you com- thing I can really put my fingeron Sun. 9 am 6:00'pm:
than a captain in the. Navy. 30 per, cent under 21. This jet' bine those two and'look for -- and! it's not the' 'unique- Phone
I' hope the war is over long major difference'' between I now ah alliteration, you get'something ness' of if, It's"hoftut'thls! is 768.7085. or 768-4793
before one could get a second and 25 years ago on a battle very simple: firepowerfor the only' active battleship in the
battleship on the line. I think ship. To me, this crew: has more freedom. That's why we world -.is that I really believe
that we have demonstrated that spirit than any I've seen. It's were put back into commission, Americans would like to think
you can, in fact, put a battle- certainly the best crew I've 'that's what we're coming hereto .
ship in commission after it's ever served with in my 24 yearsin do, and that's'what we're
been in mothballs for 11 years the Navy.QUESTION. going to do.QPESTION. I
and get over here in 12 months : Since last April, Z? Z8
from decision day. don't know : The New Jersey when the New Jersey was re-
that you could do that twice. carries something that no Navy commissioned, it has been the BY BELLAIR, I HOME BUILDERS I I INCUR .
What it has cost us in blood, ship in 17 years has had; bug- most talked-about subject in the
sweat and tears is immeasur- lers. Was it your own idea to Navy. Thousands of people havetirvracwv'ta
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carries, besides the nine 16 FURNITURE COmm [
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inch guns. Which, in actuality, ..,.....
will be used most? AIR CONDITIONERS t:%:f:;

SNYDER put in: commission The New for Jerseywas one I Xw2w.,*11* NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES ;{@tf
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...."' ti Jacksonville's newest & i
y i most, modem mobile home =
By < I community Is now open for !
Phyllis Harkins your inspection. Large :;
AEC Lloyd F. Reaves grad drill and command, naval ad f 44x75'lots
uated from the Chief Petty Of ministration, oral communications ONLY $35 PER MO.
5 Swimming pool' tennis court.shufOeboard
fleers Academy Pensacola,Fri- world affairs and naval court B-n-Q spit
day. Reaves was one of six chiefsout traditions. picnic tables, will be
of a class of 156 to receivea Chief Reaves returned to the ;.. r __ ,'Y built for your today enjoyment.act call .

gold seal diploma signed by Naval Air Training Center this rfi El VERANO MOTOR COURTMr.
the Chief of Naval Air Trainingand ; F.S. Martin. Manager 9
week where he has been as -
inscribed"With Highest Hon signed as an instructor at the s L I 359-2924 ;;
ors." His average was 88.8 Aviation Electrician Mate i-2 o Ii for full details |

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The Naval Air Training Conv- 'since Jan.% 1966. He and his
mand Chief Petty Officer Aca -' wife reside in Jacksonville. RETIRING MANAGER-A farewell party on Veterans Day was ..
( demy is a class "C school operating S given at the Acey Deucy Club for retiring club manager, Don- guan

under, the direct cogni- A graduation ceremony was ald Anderson, who will enter the Fleet Reserve next month. 11
zance of the Chief of Naval Air held for 40 members of AO'(A) During, the evening, Jim Young, president of the club advisory -
Training. Originally designateda School, Class 828 on Nov. 6. silver to Anderson. Present
CPO Leadership School, the AOC Norman G. Corley an AO board presented a tray
CPO Academy was authorizedin instructor,officiated at the cere were (I to r) Mrs. Anderson, Young, Anderson, Shirley Mer- Q,9IIcis;

.February 1959;;'and became mony. Chief)jCorley congratulated cha,4! ,: 1} Jpjin, Merchant, new manager, and Ron Jones. .
operational in April 1959. the graduates: and presented Juan at Niblick
The academy constitutes a them with diplomas.
WeaDonRel1istrafion Ordered Phone 384 4406
important pan of a coordinated LCpl. Ronald Cantu was honor- ,
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program which was implementedwithin with of 89.04. f -601-
man an average
s 1, 2, & 3 Bedrooms
the NATRACOM for the He ,received a certificate from Jax--The Gun Control Act of any criminal proceeding for'prior a .Garden'Type Apartmentswith
specific purpose of furtheringthe Chief Corley. The class averagewas 1968, just passed by Congressand or concurrent violation of Country Club:
objective and alms of General 74.92.. signed into law by the Pre- the law. AtmosphereKitchens .
Order Number Twenty one. sident, grants possessors of To avoid criminal prosecutionfor equipped with G-E
The academy has proven to be The performance of the Naval machine guns, sawed-off .shotguns unlawfut possession of these Ranges f Refrigerators
an unqualified success in Air Technical Training Center sawed-off rifles,silencers, weapons and destructive devices, .Individual Conditioning(
broadening the military profes Drill Team at the Veterans Day bazookas, rockets, mortars, they must be registered with and heating by Ci-C
sional qualifications of those parade? in Daytona Beach on Mon bombs, mines, grenades and the director Alcohol and Tobacco Drapes furnishedWall
chief petty officers who have day was "called on account of similar destructive devices' 30 Tax Division, Washington, D.C., to>>.Su-imminq IVall Carpeting PoolBBHBBHBBBB" andLargc
{ successfully completed the rain". days grace to register these during the period Nov. 2 through
t course and is widely known and The Jaxon Lancers were weapons. Dec 1. -
respected for this accomplishment. treated to a chicken dinner by the The definition of machine gun Hegistrationforms(Form 4467))
sponsors of the parade and went was revised to include the frameor and information are available for I a a aa
Length of the class if five on a short sight seeing trip receiver of.any such weapon, possessor of these type weapons :I
weeks and includes courses in around the city after the rain therefore all firearms which and destructive devices at all I /Jf
leadership, military justice cleared. were rendered into a dewat and internal revenue taxpayer con- I ;';:
removed from the classification tact offices and offices of the I I AtLMOTORS.\ :
I of firearm under the former de- Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Divi- I .
I' wat program must be registered. sion. (In Jacksonville the office :
Information furnished to effect is located in Rm. 333, U.S. Post :I :
,:: >I1 proper registration within Office and Court House Bldg.and I. :
the specified period cannot be can be reached by phone at I. :::
/ used against the registrant in 791-2228. I a P-L-E-N-T-Y .

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f $ All Ranks A" Ages x :' 64 VW Sed. ,. .$690 i

63 VW Sed. '. .' .$590 a
tow RATES '
11 r a 61$ VW Sun Roof. $490 .

Y EASY MONTHLYPAY.ME'NTS = 60 'Ghia Cpe. . $490 :

59 VW Sed.$390 .

t. t 57' Ghia Cpe .$290 :

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See HFC. 47f Rtmvtlt llvd. 311-7474 : Boulevarda =

} Coll Us Anytime a .

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gest you get a Holiday Loan from Household Finance. IIaiaiilia!amI

Remember, no matter what your need,wherever you're !Iw...... ...... ... __ ......_ __........ __--....._
stationed, there's an HFC office nearby, where you can
get prompt; understanding money help. Every year, thousands Use Your Spare -'Time
of servicemen borrow confidently from Household,
because they like doing business with people who know ,
their business. If you need a loan, see HFC.You're always .

i i Before you sign on the dotted line, ." ,' GET YOUR F. A. A. RATINGSNONPILOTS .,
: know what your loan will cost. .

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600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 : CLUB

.". Charges art ompMltd at 3% .N that part of .
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For Information INSTRUCTORS
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Station Civilians Garner .i\ .
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For Ideas, Performance of DutyFifty ,

civilIan workers received to Ronald G. Goodwin,Flora R.K. were presented: to Wallace L.
various awards Nov. 6 in( cere- ,Stanley, Donald W. Goodwing,' Small, L.B. Fountain, Nancy E. cLISS
monies held in three depart William E. Logan,John .Roche, Parker, Larent G. Halstead Jr.,
ments. Garland D. Presson, Otis L. Rachel B. King, Joyce S. Sell
The awards,presented by Capt. Owens and Willie M. Knowles. and Wallace E. Smith.
H.O. Cutler, NAS Commanding Other awards went to BettieC. \
Supply Department
Officer, included 16 Beneficial Krifka, NARTU, for her beneficial -
Suggestion Awards, 11 Sustained Supply department civilians suggestion; Harry Wil-
Superior Performance Awards receiving awards included liams, Administration, Sustained
and 23 for length of service. George L. Lowery Jr., DanielP. Superior Performance; Doris M.
Public Works Department personnel Spivey, HenryJ.Szatko,Frances Constantin Legal, 10-years service -
receiving.awards included C. Parker, Kathryn S. Knud- award; Mary Selby, Industrial -
\ Carlton G. Fyfe,Douglas P.Wat- sen and James W. Simmons Jr., Relations, Sustained Superior -
son, and Hughie Harrison, 10 10 years service. Also, EddieL. Performance ; Herbert L.
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, and Estill H. Sandage, 15 years William M. Cromity, 20 years Performance and Robert y RI
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\ Daniel M. McNair 20 years service 30 years service award. 10 years service. Col. Jean W. Owen (c) USMCR, was promoted to his present
\ and Frank H. McKInley, 30 For Performance Awards to Comptroller Department rank during an Informal ceremony Friday. His wife, Lorena
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: William Bradley was awarded Sustained Superior Performance Shaffar for 10 years.service and daughter, Linda, give their approval as LtCol. John M.
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That's our newest shaver.The 'Flip-TOp' only 4 inexpensive penlight batteries. And it's
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with 12 rotary blades.Made to shave you close. It also comes in : 4
It has'flip-top'cleaning, handy on/off a compact mirrored
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I NAESU Cites Turner I -4KI

CECIL FIELD .Lt. R.R. cording to NAESU sources.
Turner, outgoing,Naval Turner'.s relief is Warrant Officer s
Aviation Engineering Service One Andrew Touchon.
Unit (NAESU) Coordnator atCecil NAESU has been serving Naval

Field was presented an Aviation since 1943 It's mis- ; :l"X
award from the NAESU Cecil sion is to provide engineering and
Staff at the NAS Jacksonville technical support services to .
Candlelight Club during the fleet and shore activities in the

monthly NAESU Luncheon. The installation, maintenance, repair yr
.: award symbolizes admiration and and operation of.all types of avia-
thanks for a job well done ac- tion weapons .systems q
lancers Score 84
scored 84 per cent in the August

ABOARD THE INDEPEN- Rating Exams.( Success, has been
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(CVA-62)) In the The Black Lancers will be returning Turner and Trophy .--It's short for "beneficial suggestions award" for Mrs.
Mediterranean, that it to Cecil in 1969.
reports ,
-4 Beverly Baker, receiving it from LCdr. A.R. Murphy for savingthe
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;' :. Movies ClubSchedules

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1 Movies will be shown nightly

at the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. 3 C44 !
There will also be a kiddie mat-

inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a the Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville' ,
regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun- CPO CLUB -- Tonight not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
day and holidays. The Hospital the music of Bud Clark for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
Theater will have one nightly orrow Mark Castle will otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field music maker. Weekend for the ad.
will have two nightly shows dur- cials include 'seafood
ing the week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. .$1.25. Friday, sirloin Do Net Send Cash
Matinees will be shown on week- $1.65 Saturday and

. .ends at 2 and 5 p.m. roast for $1.95 Sunday. ckirgt ((3 limes$2.00)
Ratings: AAdultsGGeneralAudience ; specials include fried
; M--Matured Youths; for $.#). Tuesday and
S--Superior; E--ExcellentVG--; steak for $1.35 Wednesday.BLUE line ((4 wards per liae). e e e e e 0.50

Very Good; G--Good; F--Fair;
CNA--Class Not Available. JACKETS INN
night, Phil Cay and the
and the Hipps Girls will WELDING 1
FRIDAY, Nov. 15
stage. Tomorrow the No job too large'or small.Trailers AUTOMATIC WASHERS
.' NAS: "FATHERGOOSE"starring will be on stage from .- ornamental iron work, fuel Recond., & Guaranteed Westside
Cary Grant and Leslie p.m. followed by Phil oil stands. Westside(! Custom Surplus Products. 5407 Wes-
.Caron. Color Comedy.G/E((125)) Hipps Girls and The : & Welding Corner Lane & Lenox. connett Blvd. 771-3676
HOSPITAL: "COOL HAND A $.75 admission will be 7819482. (,
LUKE" starring Paul, Newman for the evening show. SINGER
the Standard GOLDEN SEW
and George Kennedy. Color Unclaimed Layaway USED AS A DEMONSTRATOR "
on stage from 2 to 6 .
Drama. A/E ((129) lowed by the Crystal NEVER USED ONLY. Like new4dr.desk.Does
CECIL FIELD: "WAIT UNTILDARK" from 8 p.m. until 10)A Twin needle Zig Zag sewing ma- all this without attachments:But-
starring Audrey Hepburnand Rowe Brothers will be chine. Makes buttonholes', fancy tonholes, fancy designs, blind
Alan Arkin., Color Suspense. Nov. 18 and 20, 'and the designs blind hems. Paybal.$25 hems, overcasts winds bobbin
Drama. G/E ((116)). and Rowe Brothers will cash or $5 mo. Dealer. Free through needle. Bal. 41or5.20

SATURDAY, Nov. 16 stage Nov. 19. home trial 771-9106 anytime. mo.Free home trials. 771-8211
6437 Wilson Blvd. Dealer. 6437 Wilson Blvd.
NAS: "KING KONG ESCAPES"starring "0 CLUB .-.

Rhodes Reason and Mie tomorrow enjoy the lof MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE
Hama. Color'' Science Fiction. special. Dinner is / MOVING MUST SELL Over 50 Used Trailers. 8,10
G/G ((104)). 6 to 10 p.m. and HAMMOND CHORD ORGAN, like '12 wines Phone 398-1126. Mr.
HOSPITALuF A THERGOOSE" from 8 to 11 p.m. new, $550. Oscilloscope EICO Alderman. 4118 Philips Hiway.
CECIL FIELD: "JACK OF foreign dish night with like new $50. Call 7 1-3208
DIAMONDS" starring George dinavian food on the
.. Hamilton. Color Crime Thriller. week. A "SPOT" FOR YOU FOR RENT 2 BR. APT. A/C
G/VG ((116)) Furn. Orange Park. Will rent to
,', FRA -- A Teriyaki To selected, highly capable Of- TAD Personnel. Children and
ficers and Senior Petty Officers
Dinner and all the
: pets welcome walking distance
SATURDAY MATINEE leaving the service ,a leading
on the menu tonight. .
; from Grade School Bus to Hi
nationwide firm :
': NAS: "TAMMY AND THE the square dance club offers a position School. 5 Min. to NAS. Only $20
MILLIONAIRE" Debbie 6 A with an Income that need never
starring at p.m. turkey deposit req. T.V.,UtensilsElec.
Watson. Color Comedy. Plus, be held at the club all stop climbing. A job you'll like Blankets optional 2646884.
"SEA HOUND" chapter six ((108)) urday. Cliff Lord and the In a choice of locations.Company'
ers will provide the sponsored orientation to speed 1962 COMET
',' SUNDAY, Nov. 17 your transition. Write to P.O.'
dancing beginning at 9 6 Cyl., Automatic, 2 -- Dr.,
A 1 NAS: "THE MONEY JUNGLE" day is family day with s 1 Box 13177, Orlando Fla. 32809 772-0552
starring John Ericson and Lola on the menu. A Vietnam : Eastern Area Manager.

,Albright...: Color Adventure.. .CNA film.and. sports film -' l ESTEREO I ZIG ZAG $33'i'

((103)) (Continued on Page ) CONSOLE SEWING MACHINE GuaranteedDoes
HOSPITAL: "KING KONG ES- Combination wi Solid State Radio everything Makes buttonholes
CAPES" 4-speed record player 2
sews on buttons Zig Zags,
CECIL FIELD: "COOL HANDLUKE" months old. Plus 20 recording
makes designs etc. Pay bal. $33 ....
: OPEN SUNDAY selections. Pay balance $67 or or $8 per mo. Phone 353-1946
); MONDAY. Nov. 18 assume $8 monthly payments. anytime. Will deliver. Noobligation. -
Call anytime 353-1946. Will de- A-1 Sewing Mach. Co.,
: NAS: MORE THAN A MIR- liver. No obligation. A-1 Music 1606 Main St.
ACLE" starring Sophia Loren Center 1606 Main St.
and Omar Shariff. Color Comedy.
: "THE 'MONKEY A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY Silver Coupe, black & silver in- 12,000 mi., in fact.warranty.PS,

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GOOSE" needed It. And guaranteed them 1067. for the repair or replacementof 389-9838 after 5 & Sat.
all major/ mechanical parU for 30 days or 1000 mil... Comeon p.m.
In and double check. & Sun. WANT TUTOR
TUESDAY. Nov. 19 ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION -REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE For 3rd grade boy. Call:388-0638
3 BR. 2 B. Cent. Heat & A/C.
Color Drama. A/G ((112)) TRAILER. Fleet 6, water tank,
HOSPITAL: "MORE THAN A 63 VW Sedan . . . : . $895 Oak Hill Pk. 772-0552 stove Ice box. Assume pymts.

MIRACLE" 64 VrSedan . . ; . . $990 Home; Ph. 264-2510 or Work Ph.
CECIL FIELD: "KING KONG 772-3310 ext. 3310
ESCAPES" 64 VW Convertible. . . . $1095 1962 RED & WHITE

65 VW Sedan . . $1195 Karman Ghia. Has new engine,
. .. '. .,, new tire rod. Gray Int. Body In BOAT FOR SALE
66 VW Sedan'-. ... ,:;<. ;. $13.90 good cond. 771-3410 Cobia 20 ft., with 1968 Evinrude
100 HP, 1968 Gator tandem trailer. -
.. 67 VW Sedan. .0. .. .' .... .. . $1650 Walk thru windshield
K.F. 1931 MODEL 'A" FORD new
: 68 VW Sedans. . ..I .: $? Nice Cond.) $550. Also strip convertible top, .48 gal. gas ca-

66 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. . ". . $1795 down & extra pans. 388-7916. pacity. Equipped and ready for
off shore or In shore fishing
Dlx. Air Condo '. $2275 after 4 p.m.DRIVE .
67 VW Sta. Wag. : with New 60 watt Raytheon

b 67 VW Karman Cpe. . : ., . ... $1900 VW TO WEST COAST Radio rod holders compass and

DIAL TOM d CAVINESS! 66 VW 6quareback. . .... 1 .. ,4.$1650. Will furnish Gas & Oil 384-3085 many extras. Just like a new
rig You save $2,0001 Phone
I If you would like to become a 66 VW Fastback . : : '. :?( .'1.. ..$1495 FOR SALE IN OCALA NAT. Hanson 388 9428 Nights.

DISC JOCKEYNEWSCASTER 66 VW Fastback, Air Condo . .J'v. $1790 FOREST, Trailer, Fur. 2 lots,
QUICK SALE-1966 52
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ANNOUNCER 67 VW Fastback.. ... .. $1795 Cash.near River Tel. 384-1266&Barge Canal.$1.000 2 BR., Completely furn., Mobile

A recorded message by 67 VW Fastback, Air Condo .. : $2150 home. No equity assume pymts.

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67 Opel Sta. Wag. . . '. .'"'. $1495 Cond.Sta. Wag., One owner car. Good. 8 am & 4 pm., or see 1847
67 Mustang 2 Door Jar top . .. . $1950 389-2665 new Kingsley Ave. Lot C-14.Orange 't.

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I; Wives Club Notes Top NAS Navymen in the News

At their business meeting Nov. meet the navy wives clubs'goals.A _
6, the Navy Wives Club, Jax cocktail, dinner-dance was
###86, initiated seven new mem- planned for Thanksgiving to be
bers in the traditional Navy Wives held at the clubhouse for mem-
Clubs candlelight ceremony. The bers and their husbands. The
new members are: Gayle Beck- cocktails will be served from 1,
with, Eva DugudNancySthllarie, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. and dinner
Joyce Porter, Thelma Judeen, will be catered in the dining room 1hia
Alice Sklar and Louise Watson. with dancing in the social room.
a wr
Jax #86 club was awarded second The dance will be held on Nov. k%
place in the annual award l L 1
given by the YMCA to the Navy Thomas Hamby received
Wives Club with the most hours her gold membership pin for
donated by the members in civic bringing five members into the

and charity work. The club also club.Mrs. .
received the "Blue and .Gold' Shirley (Haran), chair-
Award offered each year by the man of the teams of members .
National Navy Wives Club of working with pre-schoolers on VW-4's Cdr. C. J.C ;h ADJ2 B. F. Hogan PNI I I. Augifar .', : :

America to the clubs achieving amblopia screening, announced receives Commendation \.l--AnVDIA'c-- .... October -Rill.-*- 01------Jacket \./O. ...JC...,::'.e.. n"-D*d Darter",,I Month.. ...', .."
all the requirement needed to they have completed the pre- .

,', '; children school and in'the he Navy screening WJves on Nursery the Red Cross Sets Up New ;::)ij'

'Legal AppointmentsThe and the children 'in the

Ortega kindergarten.> It is Important -
Legal Office is goingon to detect amblopia at.an Water Safety Program ?: : ::
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an appointment system effective early age three to five years. .
Nov. 18. Persons desiring Nurseries or kindergartens interested -
legal assistance are in having this vital eye- Jax -- The American Red station's. indoor pool five nights .; .
requested to call ahead'of time sight screening conducted by the Cross Field director here has a month through May in order .' :, ...-.
for.a firm appointment between club members In. your school announced that the Red Cross has to retrain local instructors who ': .:-. .'";
the hours of 1 and 4:30 p.m. contact Mrs. Shirley at 264- set up a new nation L wide train- will teach classes next.sunijer. ,'w. .
u ".
6538. ing program for water safety Instructors The program will include one. ; : ':.
and all currently au session in the classroom and .. .
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thorized Instructors must' re four nights at 'the Indoor pool. ::
train under the program. Instructors interested in the

The training will be guided.by retraining program may.call the .':
11n Reosevelt1! A R.WASHli' Jax--In a recent ceremony at Y
[ ( f : the VP-30 Dei Jax Pro's Nest, a new Red Cross book which contains Red Cross Safety Programs Of- <".<;:' .: :

I { M.II l Cdr. Robert J. Campbell, officerin changes.teaching techni- lice at 388 3617 :to register.: ....; ; .'j(.
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charge, presented LCdr. Wil- ques. The local chapter has out- A"schedule of classes is posted :
i' OPEN DAILY 8:30: AM-5:30 PM i| liam L. Smith with the Navy lined a program to retrain all at the indoor pool and. gym.'. ,
Commendation Medal with Com- water safety instructors by Dec- CLUB SCHEDULE '

WASH bat "V:. ember 1969.Current (Continued from Page.9) Y': .A
FREE CAR j The medal was awarded for instructors whose authorization be'shown' free on movie night ;,.'.
the end of ". ',-, '.
expires at '
meritorious service in the Re-
Nov. 20 A A :
"Sing Long"
1 WITH/ FILL UP OF '15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL/ ? the year will have their cards .
of Vietnam from 3
public July with Tommy Gold on' the piano .'.
A PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED 1967 to June 22 of this year. extended one year If they have will ,be held Nov. 21 beginning ,. .. ,..!,
taught at least one class during .
While Field Historian .
serving as a at 8 p.m.ACEY .
o Support the 1969. Instructors who
LCdr. Smith traveled quali-
extensively DEUCY -- Dance to the
JACKSONVILLE ROCKETS 0' collecting first hand fied during 1968 and have not music{ of the Mark Castle Combo
been re-trained will be authorized
:) information for -
use tonight, and the Five Clubs.tom-
BUY YOUR/ SEASON TICKETSNOWII only until Dec. 31, 1969. New
I recording the role of the United orrow night. Sunday is game night .. ,
instructors and those who
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States Navy in the Vietnamese
starting at 6 p.m. Songs, dancing -
train will be authorized teach
SPRAWAX. 50* Republic. to 1 and comic Dick Flood and
LCdr. Smith was previously swimming .until the end of 1970. Company from the Grand Ole
LocofW in tfoostvt/f-Mo// Shopping C.flfr awarded an Air Medal for his The Red Cross has announcedthat Opera will be the special feature
a a 0 Vietnam'service.: It has arranged to use the Sunday A buffet is held
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Get thaf BIG O.K. at Beneficial
Monday Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.",. Cokes,

Thursday Friday: : 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Loans up to$600 on Furniture, Car or Note City Maps, Key Chains
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I Sat Nov. 16 I At ? ? Competion
JOSN Brent KallestadWell : Jax Flyers :

sports fans, you may rejoice -- from the athletic point of I vs I II II
view -- on the election results. I Edward Waters College I II Jax -- FEMALES! Migosh, the Miss Armstrong, a resident of
Actually you couldn't lose I Incumbent vice-president Hubert gal's football wit is tumblingthe El Paso, 111., works at the advancement -
Horatio Humphrey is a great follower of major league baseball I: 7:30 P.M. I: ego's of many weekly entrants desk at ESO and says,
and an avid rooter of the Minnesota Twins. At MAS GYM in the Jax Air News "You Pick "I decided to fill out a ballot
President-elect Richard Milhous Nixon played collegia:footballat I____------___..!I Urn" contest. Another Seaman, because my chief always does.*'
Whittier College in Call- another lady; won this week's Intuition men, Intuition-----
fornia. Although he was a diminutive contest. She's Ellen S. Arm-
figure among the gridiron strong, a 20-year-old Wave assigned -
giants of,college football, Nixon I 'You Pick Urn'NAME. 1 to the Educational Ser-
was praised for his fierce com- vices Office.
petitive spirit and lust for ac- Miss Armstrong (who admittedly -
tion. The GOP leader, who lucked out)picked nearly
will become the 37th U.S. Pre all the major upsets. Her 8-2 1
sident, is also a big booster '
record tied A.C. MacLean'smark
of all sports. DUTY STATION. SERVICE 1##_I__.
but the crash crew senior
What a weekend coming up for chief missed out on winning the
T.V. football viewers. Channel ARKANSAS SOUTHERN METHODIST weekly prize with a hunch that
17_ will televise a doubleheader failed to pay off on the tie-
... Saturdays At 1:45 p.m. the AUBURN :. 'I oil.. _'.GEORGIA 'IIIi'''' ... breaker game. Her took Call:
Arkansas Southern Methodist fornia over Southern Cal, but
clash will be shown. Both teams }INDIANA MINNESOTA' although he missed that game
are currently tied for the lead he did take Oklahoma over
in the Southwest Conference a-' MICHIGAN STATE _ PURDUE' ... "". ;: Kansas, and Minnesota over Pur --
long with Texas. At 8:30 Satur- due; which is quite a feat in Miss Armstrong
day night, Bear Bryant's Crim- MIAMI.(FLA.) ALABAMA itself. I
son Tide from 'Bama' put any
aspiring Bowl hopes on the line NORTH CAROLINA ST., FLORIDA ST.. _
against the Hurricanes of Miami.
Sunday's NFL televised action OKLAHOMA MISSOURIwill .
., be highlighted by two games 'I' ,
on Channel 4. At 1:30 BaltiSOUTHERN CAL _____OREGON STATE,
more's Colts host the St. Louis .
.. Cardinals and the Minnesota ViSAN FRANCISCO (NFL). LOS ANGELES
..: '. king Detroit Lion will be in

'...:.:t. ,,.' progress when CBS switches to BALTIMORE ST. LOUIS .. > ..:.....
Minneapolis for coverage on theCentral 7 "
Division battle.
Tie Breaker:, Predict final score on game between Auburn and
San Diego journeys to Buffalo Georgia. Indicate winners in other games by a check mark.in .
AFL action Sunday Thegame Ballot boxes are located at Galley One and Galley Three. Ballots
will come .to you on Channel must be in by noon Friday or they won't be picked up. GOOD LUCKII!!

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Jax Sail Club are still hoisting along' 'nicely. Plans are being interested in sailing. Lessons
sail. Proof was Sunday when 15 worked on now for the interior are offered on Saturdays. "* To a serviceman who couldn't get any more ..t ., ...,
members aboard three of the service out of his old car.
member's boats set sail forjul-
i Ington Creek for: dinner in spiteof To a resort worker who wanted to get away

weather reports of 45 degree from it all and spend a few weeks' vacationin
temperatures. It was a beautiful -
and chilly moonlight night and the city.

everyone The Tri enjoyed Club Races the cruise were;held To a father who found that his son's four

Nov. 3. Dave Sharpe led the years of college tuition money was used up
way sailing his Morgan 24 "Mon CLAUDE I NOLAN in three years.
Ami," in the cruiser division.
Tony Merrill took second place To a lieutertant who just won a new freezer
behind the helm of his 30 CADILLAC & PONTIAC and wanted to stock it.
foot Morgan, "Kestiel," which
by the way he is planning to sail MAIN AT ORANGE To a man who needed one new way to pay
to the Bahamas in the near fu-
OPEN MON THRU SAT. UNTIL 8PM off a lot of old bills.
ture. Tony won the second race
and Dave took second.
Lou Caron placed first and second We're not in businessto
in the Day Sailor class while PHONE EL 33922winning'
Mark Johnson took a second and "
third. say "No. .
The next race In the fall Tri a : ra t
Club Series will be held Nov. 17 I
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'Pace 12 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER November 15, 1968
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Winners Head For Oceana 'i r rI r..U.I Tfc.llGTvoea ,

Jax Wins 6th N. D. Tourney; j I I I VISIT OUR USAT I i sI

Top Pensacola Air for Title i I J I

; Jackson Directs ," '4 r !!

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28-16 VictoryJax =.

-- In a repeat perfor-
mance of 1967, Jax Navy rolledup i
an early lead and went on iI
to successfully defendtheir Sixth
Naval District title with a 28-16 A PICE I
win over Pensacola Air Satur-

day.Jax Navy, the only tourney 1 Sport Coupe- port Sedan I I

entry that didn't suffer a loss, Bpth loaded and both juj like N EWA
scored quickly in the first period
when quarterback Don Jackson $ !I lip to f 1,50Q m either of iiii i
lofted a two yard pass to Bob
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then tossed successfully to Ray Sr; Fa
Badvanonitz for the ,points after '67 IMPALA
and the winners held an 8-0 lead. '1r
On the next series of downs, 9-Passenger Station Wagon
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Scheid, and he finished the drive Jax Navy entry in the Sixth Naval District grid tourney, ac- I I
with Bob Barr.a 20 'yard Jackson scoring then pass found to cepts top trophy from Capt. H.O. Cutler, CO NAS Jax, after I 'GTPOHTIACGraft

Scheid in the end zone for the final game Saturday morning. I Prix :.. -- ..: -; .,., e
extra points and Jax Navy had a quarterback Don Jackson in the Jax snapped out of their offensive LOADED! Jncfodiog Stereo pmplex'4ntf w
16-0 quarter lead. end zone for a safety, and the lull in the final periodas I ms. wheels. Dayton'blue I
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quarter as Jax Navy held Pen- for each team were nullifiedin in the day's final scoring drive. I vinyl interior a a
sacolas thrust and Jackson threw the second quaner of play. The classy signal-caller com-
his third touchdown pass of the Jax Navy had a 60 yard scoring pleted passes of 17 yards to Johnson '67 DODGE a
game a five yarder to Bob play called back due to an infraction 15 to Badvanonitz, and
Scheid following a 25 yard toss when they held a 22-0 finished off the drive with a Polara 2-Dr. Hard a
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Pensacola revved their offensive across the goal on a razzle- Pensacola Air marched down- iI
attack and moved down- dazzle type play from midfieldbut field and posed a threat that was
field to score their first touch- lost the score on an offside thwarted by Jax Navy's fine NEW USED iI I
penalty. defensive halfback Pat Minahan
down on a Ken Rankin to Dan
,Pike pass that cut the lax lead Pensacola suffering from de- who intercepted a Rankin 'pass
... to 226. Minutes later, the fensive lapses in the opening and returned it 20 yards to ice CARS CARS I
Pensacola defense garnered a half stormed out in the third the game for the two-time Sixth
pair of points as they caughtJax' quarter, scoring early to cut Naval District chamoions. I
the deficit to 22-16. TheRank'intoPike Jax Navy left Sunday morning
combination again for Oceana, Va. where they are
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