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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1968
Frequency: weekly
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military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any,military department of the products or services advertised. "

VOL. 26 NO. 35 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA NOVEMBER 21. 1968 i',!
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USO has announced that and half hour through 4 p.m. t'
kt4h it'll hold its annual St. AugustinePal Free food furnished by USO will t
z : Day Dec. 7 this year. An- be available at the Lyceum South
___ nually, on USO Pal Day, at George St. from 3:30: until 6:30 ;,
tractions at the nation's oldest -I'
A city open their doors to service- p.m.The USO has stressed the importance '
: men in uniform free of charge. of military men and women -
i # Wives families and girlfriends being in uniform to take
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tL will also be admittedto advantage of the free Pal Day .
the attractions free of chargeif activities. -'
accompanied by a man in

uniform. Singers Needed
Dependents of deployed service
personnel can attend provided
they have their dependent I J. D. Air Station
cards and proof that their sponsor ( '
is on deployment or has duty, I
The air station will provide
free bus transportation to St. Plans ChoirIt

Augustine for the Pal Day. Lat- I
er editions of Jax Air News
was announced this week that
publish departure points and
a naval air station choir will be
for
times military personnel who
formed. Lt. Al Herrington who
wish to travel by Navy bus to the
annual event. is organizing the new group said
DECORATIONS Jacksonville Officers' Wives Club will hold For those the success of the choir will depend -
-- a Holly Berry brunch at the 0 ; who go by private the of
Club Dec. 4. The event. will begin with a 10 a.m. social hour, followed by brunch at I 11 I, Readying automobile free parking will be shown upon the amount interest
by people stationed
table decorations Monday were (I to r) Mrs. W. W. Honour FAW I 11 I, Mrs. William H.Sand available at the Chamber of Com- here.

ers III, VP 45, Mrs. J. R. Farrell I, VP .. 5 and Mrs. W. V. Moore, FICEUR. Wives from other merce parking lot across from "A station of this size has tne

units assisting in the affair are Mrs. C. I. Stratman, VP. 7 and Mrs. T. H. Ross, VP 16. Blvd.Ripley Trailer Museum trains on San going Marco on talent necessary for a success-

sight seeking tours can be ful singing group. The main
Service Sons Eligible for Academy boarded without charge; at the' problem will be stimulating interest -

parking lot. Busses for Marine- in the organization he

v\. Each year the President may (other,than for training) and have U. .s.;Navy,., filt.
appoint to,the Naval Academy 100 served":.eonthniotisl r.:oftXactive x$171.10 per month plus tuition same'p The lieutenant went on to explain -
.- young men who are sons of car- duty for at least eight years or room,_ and board. Upon graduation Free travel will be providedon "There will be manybenefits '
eer service personnel. The ((2)) are retired or who die they receive a Bachelor of the horse trailer drawn trailer car- both individual and com-
appointments( are limited by law while they were retired with pay Science degree and a commissionIn riages the and trains throughout munal, such as one or two concerts -
to sons and adopted sons of officers or granted ,retired or retainerpay the Regular Navy or Regular day. a year, caroling at Christmas -
Tours the
will
and enlisted personnel. other than those granted retired Marine Corps. Graduates are through city singing at other religious
8 and hour
Regular or Reserve of the pay under Section 1331 of obligated to serve at least five start at a.m. on each and military functions and per-

Army, Navy Air' Force Ma- Title 10, USC. Adopted sons years on active duty after grad- forming with choirs from the
rine Corps or Coast Guard who must have been adopted priorto uation. Wage Survey Jacksonville community. There
either ((1)) are on active duty their 15th birthday. Interested candidates can get will be the satisfaction of sing-
Their may be 40 young men in application forms by writing dir Planned HereThe ing in a group again for those
attendance at the Naval Academywho ectly to the Chief of Naval who have had previous experience -
Captain Gray are sons of members of the Personnel,(Pers B66)). Depart- and the opportunity ofa
Armed Forces who were killed or ment of the Navy, Washington, Jacksonville Regional Of- new outlet for those who have
died of, or have a service D. C. 20370. The deadline date fice of Civilian Manpower Man- not sung in choirs.
Earns Bronze connected disability rated at net for receipt of applications for the agement has notified area naval
less than 100 percentum resulting class entering inJune 1969isJan. activities that a wage change sur- "The social aspect should not
from wounds or Injuries 31 1969. vey has been tentatively scheduled be ignored for in addition to
received or diseases contractedin for the Jax area for January. meeting new people the parties
Star Medal or pre existing injuryor INSIDEEditorials..Page Notices announcing these sur- that will be a natural by-pro-
disease activated by active veys will, be issued by the man- duct of a gathering of musicians
. Capt. Oscar Gray,the station's service. 2 agement office approximatelythree will be something to remember,"
Medical Officer was presentedthe weeks before the
The Naval Academy offers surveysare
a Movies . .Page II
Bronze Star Medal Friday splendid opportunity for qualified initiated, according to Information The immediate goal of the new
for meritorious duty while serving released this week. group will be to sing Christmas
young men to embark ona careeras Want Ads .Page I II I
t in the Republic of Vietnam. officers in the United States The Coordinated Federal Wage carols in the hospitals of the
I He received the medal from Navy or Marine Corps. Studentsat NATTC..Pa a 13 System will not bed implemented area.
Capt. Henry O. Cutler. NAS Jax the Academy are midshipmen, following the January survey. Interested singers may check
CO during ceremonies at Me- the Plan of the Day for the per-
dical. sons to contact and the time and
While serving as Medical Time, Prices Set for place of the first meeting, or

; Officer of the First Marine Aircraft c ;; call Lt. Herrington at Ext. 2370or
it t Wing from June 1967 until Thanksgiving Dinner I 2379. The caroling will be

June 1968 Captain Gray perform- Thanksgiving dinner in the 9 r s'f arranged to avoid interferencewith
t;( ed his duties in an exemplary general mess will be served the Christmas leave periods.

',' and highly professional manner. from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m., Nov.
" When Captain Gray joined ,his Hospital Plans Cat
;" unit he immediately made numerous 28.Enlisted personnel authorized

? improvements which greatly to purchase meals will be charged IB Outpatient Service'
enhanced the effectiveness of $.60. Dependents, guests and
his unit and the quality medical
officers, as well as all child-
treatment provided to its pa- ren, will be charged $1.10. Officers Over Holiday PeriodThe
tients. and civilians drawing
per
He was instrumental in improving diem will pay $1.50. Naval Hospital has announced -
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medical evacuation Breakfast on Thanksgiving G .q that outpatient servicesat
procedures which expedited the h the hospital will be curtailed
morning will be served from 7
treatment of seriously wounded until 9:15. during the period of Dec. 16 to
.personnel. Many times he par- No reservations are neces- Jan. 8. During this period all
clinics will be able to handle
ticipated in airborne medical sary for the dinner.
evacuation missions to become about 50 per cent of their normal

better informed on evacuation appointments.Also .
techniques, and as a result of Paper Out WednesdayDue '. 7iyr 'c the general practice and
his increased knowledge prepared evening clinic will be discontinued -
instructional material for to the Thanksgiving during this period. All emergencies -
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use by the Field Medical School holiday next week, Jax RECEIVING FLAG -- Brenda Duliakas of Cadette Troop 134 will be handled in the
L in training personnel assigned Air News will be distri accepts the Colors for her troop presented by Bob Lenten rep emergency room. The hospitalhas

f to the Fleet Marine Force. buted aboard base on Wed resenting the American Legion of Jacksonville. The colors aked that all personnel cooperate -

Captain Gray became the sta- nesday rather than Friday. were presented to the Cadette's during Candlelight Ceremonies in order to allow the

, F.tion's medical officer In July. Monday evening. staff maximum holiday leave. ,


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Editorial View Points A e YO" k ANC

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Maybe Maybe NotJudging SUNDAY,MASS 9 & 11 a.m.
w"i s DAIY MASS - 11:30'a.m.
c SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.
CONFESSIONS -. 5
from all the outward appearances, news reports and p.m.-
statistics available, there are still a great many servicemenand 5:30.:p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
women -- too many in fact -- who haven't gotten "the word." TUESDAY
Single Young Catholic Organ-
What word? The one on driving safety. s ( ization------ 7:30 p.m.

That's right, driving safety. The thing you've been hearing I T
about for years. The thing youVe spent hours listening to lectures U.S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt.
and seeing films about. Driving safety, the thing that -- if you're : Luke's Chapel
lucky and it's gotten through to you -- has helped keep you alive
so you could be griping now about reading another article on it. SUNDAY MASS-----8:00 a.m.
Maybe you've gotten the word and do drive defensively and in- t PROTESTANT
telligently. There are a lot of people who haven't. They are the SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
ones who are listed as statistics. If they've managed to sur -

vive this long, they are probably the ones who are screeching up of the Naval Air Main-
and down the highways in their souped up coffins figuring they PIPED OVER-AOCS Thomas L. Ruth, PROTESTANT,
after 26 '
are "too cool", "too swift" to have anything happen to them. tenance Training Detachment, retired here recently All Saints' Chapel
Maybe it won't happen to them -- maybe their indifferent, in years of active duty. Ruth is now residing Orange Park.
considerate, dangerous antics behind the wheel of a car will

SEE STORY PAGE 12President SUNDAY
SCHOOL 9:00
CHURCH a.m.
S-IS *OUT IN' FRONT" Bldg. #722

CommentsOn JUNIOR CHURCH -, -'10'a.m.

Divine Worship Service10a.m..
Bldg. #722
Military JusticeRemarks Junior Youth Fellowship p.m.
Bldg. #722. ,
WEDNESDAYSenior .-
of the President of which we sign now, will stand Choir Rehearsal 7
the United States on the signingof proudly next to the 1950 law.It Bldg. #722. p.m.
the Military Jusitce Act of expands the concept of a THURSDAYJunior

1968. fairness by creating an rode Choir Rehearsal4p.m.; .
only cause an accident, injuring or killing someone else. The soldier who fought at pendent court system within the Bldg. #722. .
Time will tell -- and this is a good time of the year for auto- Valley Forge could expect only military, free from command Young Adult Club 7 p.m.
mobile accidents. There are more hours of darkness; the weatheris "drumhead Justice" if he ran pressures and control. #722.'Clristian .
against you with rain, sleet, and snow in many areas; windows afoul of military law. It enlarges the rights of the Bldg. Science Service 7:30
are fogged, due to temperature differences; people are in a big The trooper at Gettysburgcould individual soldier by giving him Bldg. #722.Traffic.
hurry to get inside, away from the cold or damp. expect little more. trained legal defense when he is p.m.
Into the middle of all this careens Harry Heavy foot or Bob Even the doughboy who went tried by a special court mar-
Blankbrain -- unconcerned, unaware and unpredictable. They ashore with Pershing had nothing tial.It. -------
have watched the safe driving movies, but they didn't see. They like the legal protection of makes many other changes to r ,
heard the safety lectures, but they didn't listen. They have read the civilian at home. streamline the system, and to I
the articles, but they didn't comprehend.They are living on borrowed That has changed now. The safeguard the serviceman.We .
time.If man who dons the uniform of his have always prided our- 1 II
they're someplace now where they don't have a car, they'ddo country today does not dis selves on giving our men and women -
.well to keep the word about safe driving'tucked away in their card his right to fair treatment in uniform excellent medical I
\1The
Violations
head. It'd,be pretty wild to make it all the (way through 'nam and under law, service, superb training, the
then get zapped on a stateside Interstate. ,L The first great step came in best equipment. -.
There's"the word again. See you around -- we hope. ,' 1950; ''It was then that our,ser Now with this bill,we are going
vice men and women were given to give them first class legal following is a report of
the Uniform Code of Military Jus- service as well. motor vehicle accidents and
193 Years Old tice, -- the most sweeping development As Commander .in.-Chief I traffic violations for the period
in military law in all have worked for better pay, bet- November 5 through 11.
our history. ter care and better rewards for Number of Accidents
On When President Harry Truman those who serve, their coun ry' This Week r - -3
Thanksgiving DayBy
signed it into life, he was ableto flag. This ,will be 'the "last bill Total accidents this year through
say that "the democracticideal I sign in their:behalf.. I ani glad No11: - ,- -331
Lt. Jack Rodgers, CMC of equality is further ad- it goes to the root of the system Number ,of Accidents through
vanced." they defend for all of us -- the November -1967 - -328
"0 my son, Absalom my son, my son, Absalom! Would I had Today we advance again.. The right of every citizen to jusitce Total number of days since last
died instead, of you, 0 Absalom, my son, my sonl" 2 Samuel Military Justice Act of 1968, and fairness under the;:!-law injury in a motor vehicle acc -
18:33b. -.' cident ,= - - -25
This is one of the most heart rending passages in the Bible. -. Number of ViolationsThis i
And we see a flaw in the role of David as a father. He was willingto First Law of Nature Week - - -35
die for his beloved son, but we note in the Bible that he was .. Speeding:' -, -. - --9
not willing to live for him. We find! this willingness to die for, With the advent of the man every respect. Sure, yoi'feel Reckless, Driving - -2
but an unwillingness to live for, not only between father and son, made moons, controlled weather that "just this once" won't makea Going through Stop Sign -9
but in all relationships. and other scientific phenomena, difference. "Just this once"is Other Violations15
A minister or priest is ordained.t minister to others, a servant itwouldappear that man is changing the biggest error you have Thirty one'drivers appeared
willing to ,live for others. A minister or priest working in the Navy the laws of nature. This ever made. before'the"Traffic HearingBoardat
emphasizes this more so. statement may be basically untrue "Just this once" is an opitate, the meeting held on November
On November 28, 1775, Congress adopted the following: "The and yet from the numberof it's habit forming .and it endangers 24. DisPosition of the cases
Commander of the ships of the Thirteen United Colonies are to take accidents that have been experienced your life and limb,taken included the following: Seven
care that divine services be performed twice a day on board, and it appears that the, in excess it will be fatal. lost driving and parking pri -
'a sermon 'preached'on'Sundays, unless bad weather or other extra first law of nature as applied to This is an opportune time to vileges aboard station for various:
ordinary accidents'preyent" plan has been tossed into the look back on our mistakes and periods; 16 Were assigned to
Since that time a certain; breed of men have volunteered to trash heap. decide if we shall continue to be ) hour
complete an, eight course
share ventures, of the sea', land and air, to share the hardshipsof For those who have forgotten, dopes and soon dead- or wide-' in ,rem di l'drivrigSeven' { -t : 're -
family separation, to share the perils of combat, and to share the first law of nature is "self awake, heads up Individuals and ceived suspensions ; None were
death. These men are not only wanting to live for men, including preservation. A drowning man live out our God given normal given warnings Two; were dismissed -
those they love and many they,have never met before, but are willingto will fight to the end to stay life span, happy, healthy and in ; 'Three;"were fined (U. S.
die for,them to bring them closer to God. alive, when any other recognizable one piece. It is, your decision!. Commissioner) .and Two were

danger, fire, flood, pesti- *.* referred t9, ,their, ,commanding
lence, etc., becomes apparent,
man will dodge, weave, run, hide High school training taken under officers for possible discip -
the G.I. Bill Unary action. Twenty -:eight
and otherwise protect himself to does not reduce -
the n'th degree. eligibility for advanced drivers were assessed 81 traf-

I JAX AIR, NEWS And yet in his every day method training. fic points.
I of living man will act so stupid
,,' that an observer will gain the l Savings
The FAX AIR NEWS- is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper impression man is devoid of
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval! Air Station, all mental processes.You .
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, disagree? When did you
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in AIR last use a box or crate to reach BondStandings
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box into a high place? How long hasit ItM
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone been since you outran another
772. 3118 or 3119. motorist on the highway? When
did you last use gasoline for a
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries cleaning job? Do you protect
concerning such should be directed to: your eyes when engaged in work
Results of the 1968 Savings
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. hazardous to your eyes (splash- Bond Campaign concluded in Aug-
Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 Ing chemicals the
,flying chips,nails, ., ust have been released by
etc.)? Think about it. 1 AF Bureau of Naval Personnel.
Look back over the past 24 Standings of activities under
VOL. 26N0.3S NOVEMBER 21, 1968 DID YOUR
hours and ascertain if you have COURSe FOLDING the Naval Air Systems Com -
truly and conscientiously observed INCLUDE / mandare; NAS 45.7 percent
. the first law of nature in A MAP?// participation and NARF with

42.9 per cent participation.Page .



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Navy Wings Over North Viet Nam : i :



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The 7th Fleet Reports OH Air Operations Against Ho's Hoards

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Part 1 of 2 Parts Coral .-,
the carriers SeaHancock, \ "
and Ranger struck against North / I
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Editor's Note: This is a compre Vietnamese Army barracks and /
hensive history of the bombing of [ i iI.
North Viet Nam that stirred sucha port facilities at Dong Hoi,where J'
controversy at home and abroad. 12 buildings were destroyed or
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Many Cecil squadrons and hun- damaged and more were left
dreds of Cecil Navymen were involved burning. \\\7B\ i.i ;'"
in the operations here reported Three days later, another VC -.i
by the Seventh: Fleet Public terrorist attack against U.S. ..
Affairs Office, flying the missions forces prompted a second response .. N VY J
and making It possible for
from Seventh Fleet car-
the missions to launch, deployed
aboard the flattops of the Seventh riers, and a re-strike against
Fleet. Dong Hoi was made--the last 1
This is their story. of the retaliatory strikes, and E
the end of the first l phase.

The bombing of North Vietnam Second Phase BeginsThe
that ended on November 1, 1968
began on August 5, 1964, when second phase of the bombing -
64 planes from the carriers USS was the systemic campaign
Ticonderoga and USS Constellation against military targets throughout -
bombed PT boat bases around most of North Vietnam,which
Vinh in retaliation for an the Navy conducted in team with
attack against the destroyers the Air Force and with Marine _"".i ,: '
Maddox and Turner Joy the Corps air wings in increacing
pre- of the all-weather A6 Intruder,
vious day.It intensity over ,a three-year pe- COUNTERPUNCH. .When the North Vietnamese sent PT which in the coming would
riod.Navy Boats against 7th Fleet tin cans, they opened a Pandora'sBox fly and inflict years
damage on tar-
was the first time U.S. participation in the
op of unpleasantness that only lengthy negotiations have in weather other
gets no sys-
carriers had used their erationcalled Rolling Thunder
planesin
been able to close again. terms would effec-
war since July 27, 1953, when --began on March 26, 1965, witha penetrate so
the last strikes against North strike against island and coast- July as another carrier was assigned deck of the carrier Midway shot tively.In
Korea were launched. And it al radar installations.On to the Seventh Fleet strik- down two of four attacking,Com- late July and early August,
was the first phase of an air ( April 15, sea-based avia- ing force at "Yankee Station* munist MIG-17s--the first Navy enemy surface-to-air missilesgot
and bombardment campaign tion drew still another mission: bringing the total number of flattops MIG kills of the Vietnam war.. into action for the first time,
carried out by the Navy, the it was thrown into the battlein in the Western Pacific to Also in June, the effective- and on August 12 an anti-SAM
Air Force, and the Marine Corps South Vietnam for the first five. And on June 17, 1965 two ess of carrier based strikeswas bombing campaign was initiated.To .
over the following four years. time, with a strike against Viet F4 Phantoms flying from the enhanced by the introduction Be Continued Next WeekrIunsipzL1
Jets TerroristsThe Cong positions in the vicinity of
versus Black Virgin Mountain.The first
first phase, from August effort was so successful that
1964 to February of the next carrier,aircraft were put on call
year, was purely retaliatory ,in for future missions In-country,
nature. On two occasions after with one carrier on "Dixie Sta
the initial raids, carrier-based tion" off the coast of South Viet-
planes flew quickly into action nam from May 20, 1965 through
from their station in the Tonkin August 4, 1966, when landbasedair
Gulf in response to Viet Cong was wellenough establishedto
provocations in the Soinh. handle most ot the strikes in
On February 7, 1965, heavy the Soudh and Dixie Station was
mortar attack killed seven and abandoned)
wounded 109 Americans near The air war against the North,
Pleiku air base, and in response, meanwhile picked up steam in

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Questionnaires Sent Out Early ,.'I'I',. w< _." ",-+,,,'n-,.. ,,..., '--f"-"" ""v" ..' Shop with Car
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For nearly two ijtiillion totally fits : '
A Navy wife who spends Christmas -
't disabled veterans and veterans' the alone will be happier if she
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dependents on the Veterans Ad- < knows her husband is getting a
ministration's pension rolls, the kick out of what she has sent him.
end-of-the-year annual income a And the time to shop and mail is
questionnaire from VAwill. comea
month early this year, L.F. of now.Don't
all in
one
put your eggs
Schafer, VA officer in charge, ed \ : basket by buying him a big, expensive -
Jacksonville, said. : gift unless you're sure
Instead of being enclosed with it's something he can't live with-
the pension checks which will go will S out. Instead shopforlittleamusing -
out around Dec. 1, the check- items that don't need to last
sized income repot cards were forever. How about a funny bank
sent out with the pension payment V and an inflatable pillow? Or .a
mailed by VA this month. war
magnificent coffee with his
mug
Schafer said the deadline for
name on it? Or a wonderful
returning the questionnaire toVA collection of snapshots of ?
has also been moved up from Jan. and you
Make a first aid kit with
up
_
31 to Jan. 15. P'WTIiiI'W'' III "' I'j'-' --
little notes on its use. Fill the
VA is mailingtheincomeques- CW02 Raymond J. Grinnell was
corners with a sewing kit, toil-
'C tionnaire a month early. to insure last week during ceremonies in the
books
checksit et articles, pocket pens
that the pension CO of VP 16. Cdr. Ross and Mrs.
will send out at the end of and pencils or maybe a big cake
January reflect the new pension Grinnell with his new shoulder boards. of soap on a string.: A pocket
1 rates and income limits that go the knife that can do everything is
into effect the first of the year. 1.4 Comments fun and so Is a big pocket watch
that doubles as a clock.
of each
The amount pen-
I sioner's check under the new now Opportunities Don'tforget to include your
own kitchen specialties, carefully
t pension system that starts on
be based the wrapped for protection. Select
Jan.estimated 1 will income in 1969 upon ( ) As- ulation until the "guns beganto foods that stay fresh and won'tcrumble
ed the report the Navy, shoot" then suddenly he was : cookies, candy and
by pensioner on
Without the returned If Hairdo's"I the transformed In the public eye cheese. If you send cheese,
questionnaire.questionnaire containing is much in to a "thin red line of heroes." accompany It with tinned crack-

the estimate of income for next fits "What Kipling said 70 years ers.In .
year, VA, by law, cannot pay a will League ago is just as true today. The another box labeled to be
: beneficiary a pension. 1, career officer is just as true opened before Christmas, send
Beginning Jan. 1, 1969 the Driver ear- today. The career officer and him a collapsible Christmas Tree
annual income limitations gov- enlisted man is a special kind and a few unbreakable ornamentsor
erning;. the entitlement to VA mili- of citizen. He is dedicatedself- strings of shiny beads. Tiny
pensions and dependency bene- to war.for sacrificing and willing to work candy canes, some gift wrap
\ longer hours for less pay than and large folded ornaments will
arm most. make his officetentbarracksor
: peace. room seem more like home.
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variety peace- it's worth it.

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in this Dec.,5. by Navy Wives Club Jax
1063 Niahway # 86 at the clubhouse, Bldg.
I ad- 716, .on Enterprise Ave.
\ Cliric OpeN to the Mrs. Thomas Woffard is head
the ing up the bazaar which will be
9:30 to 5 Tues through Sat. or held between 10 a.m. and 9 p.m.
Training students for a re Randolph S. Driver on the bottom floor of the club.
career with a future. Registration ledge All profits from the sale of
by Appointment. in "Even if there were not war baked Items, hand sewn articlesand
these men would be serving in white elephant suprise booth
"Modem Methods for up to date various far flung duty stations will be given to NAS chaplains
"Barracks Room Ballads," away from their wives and for use in their program to help
which told of the average Bri families, sacrificing themselves needy families in the area havea
tish soldier, who was ignoredor for the security of their...coun merrier Christmas.
dismissed by the civilian pop- try," he said.save. .. Free coffee will be 'given to

bazaar customers throughout
the day of the sale.
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Jax -- Two employees at the for the automatic spray of aerosol
Naval Air Rework Facility here Insecticide for aircraft. St.
I have been promoted to GS-15, Petery is now weapons and en-
the highest federal service advancement gineering superintendent.
ever authorized at the The two men were notified of AILJ s t.
naval air station. their having been promoted at a
; Promoted were Charles E. special ceremony held by Capt.
Field of 4834 Pinewood Rd.,Jacksonville C.T. Faulders, NARF Commanding -
and Louis- St. Petery, Officer. Others In atten-
754 River Road, Orange Park. dance at the ceremony included .
Field began his civil service Cdr. L.I. Wood, NARF execu-
career over three decades ago tive officer, Cdr. E.G. Garrett
at the Naval Aircraft Factoryin production, officer and LCdr.
Philadelphia. He transferredto B.T. Alligood, engineering and
Jacksonville in 1941 wherehe quality officer.
has advanced to shops super-
intendent of the local rework Dr. F. KinneTo SpeakAt
; facility. Field has 'one inter-
ruption in his local service. He
AFMA
t worked in the Navy's Bureau of Mealing
Aeronautics in Washington, D.C.
Jax -- Doctor Frances B.
from 1948 to 1953.St. .
Kinne Dean of the College of
Petery entered civil ser-
I vice with the,Army Signal Corps Fine Arts, Jacksonville Univer-'
1 after graduating from Penn State sity, will be guest speaker at the
t in 1940. A year later he trans- monthly meeting of the Armed __ ___" __ _'_ lu, ___.________'n_ .
ferred Forces Management Association,
to Jacksonville. Petery
.. has developed ski-equipment for at the Officer's Club today at TOPS I N FEDERAL SERVICE -. Louis B. 'St. Petery (I) and Charles E. Field have been pro
Operation Deepfreeze aircraft noon. moted to GS IS, the highest federal service advancement ever authorized here.

.and is a patentee on a, systemrWecOftflEtt Holding the distinction of being
the only woman dean of a Col-
; lege of Fine Arts in the United Higher Job Opportunities OpenMerit
States, Doctor Kinne holds a
masters degree in Music Edu- promotion opportuni interested. 4< NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, FAE-
cation and a Doctor of Philosophy ties currently open for receiptof MPB No. 165 68 General TU, Naval Hopsital, Navy Commissary -
J J with tri-major of music,English, application are listed below. Engineer, GS 11. Area of Stores, Navy Recruiting
J Fit : Literature and Philosophy. The area of consideration and consideration: Nation wide Station Disease Vector Control
The subject of Doctor Kinne's the closing date of each are Applications will be accepted Center and Resident Storage Office -
103rd St. at Wesconnett Blvd. talk will be International Good- shown. through the close of business Jacksonville. In addi-
We Wire Flowers will. MPB No. 72 67 Plan D Monday. tion all naval activities within
Phone SP 1-3770 or SP 1-025C grade levels GS 4 and below, MPB No. 166 68 Industrial the First, Fifth and Sixth Naval
Flowers M4M4'.iG.I. MPB No. 79 67 Plan 'c -,all Engineer, GS 5, 7, 9 and 11. Districts. Applications will be
loans are responsible for semi skilled positions pay lev- Area of consideration: Nation accepted through the close of
For Every Occasion building about one out of seven el seven and below and MPB wide. Applications will be ac business Nov. 27.
'U. FREE DELIVERY U.S. homes 'built since" World No. 83 -- 67 Plan B all cepted through the close of.busIness MPB No. 174 68 Reporting
./ JEWELL J. SMITH War II. skilled positions pay level eight Dec. 30. Stenographer, GS ,- 5. Area of
and above '. Area of consid MPB No. 172 68 Digital consideration: NAS NARF,
------- ._ eration NAS NARF, NARTU, Computer Systems Operator, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,FAETU
COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT, GS 7. Area of consideration: LANT, Naval Hospital, Navy
Naval Hospital, Navy Commis- Nationwide. Applications will be Commissary Stores, Navy'' Re -
sary Stores, Navy Recruiting accepted through the close of cruiting Station, Disease Vector
Station, Disease Vector Control, business Dec. 10. Control Center and Resident
and Resident Storage Office, MPB No. 173 68 EAM Pro- Storage Office, Jacksonville.Applications -
Jacksonville. Applications must ject Planner GS 7. Area of will, be accepted
I be filed for each position in which consideration; NAS, NARF, through Nov. 28.

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Thursday: 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m.
Friday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. FREE-golf at private country club

NAS Cecil Field FACILITYOFFICE a Wall to Wall CarpetingAbundant amount of parking r Plenty room of closets closets in with master dressing
U| Club sized swimming pool bedroom
Building 26 Ext. 226 with children's Cabanas, pool swimming Bid* phone pool S Front and rear entranced
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1.vl.45 Ian ADJ3; G:. .shipes, AMH1; G. R.,.:"Mariano, ''ADJ3 P. Masi,
Advancement ResultsCECIL YNl T. Pat-
Releases Walters -AMHlr and J. Black, ADJ3; J. McLeod, ;
: AZ2
AMEC. teson, ADJ2; T. Powekski, ;

? VA-45 has released ger field, AMH3 L.IrakeATR3; J. Weaver, AMH2; W. Wiggs, February" 16 A. Stewart, AME2; Trautwein,
the names of personnelwho D. Dunkel, AE3{ T. Lavo, AMS3; AMS3; A. Spina AMH2; and C. ADJ3; and G. Vaught, AMS2.

have been advanced to a new E. Logan, ATR3; R. MacGregor, George A03. R. Baron AZ3;: B. Bednorz, Designated Strikers

pay grade. ,A complete listing ATN3; R. Mennucci, AMS3; J. November 16 ADJ2; S. Dudra, AME1R.; Giet- AKAN and William .
showing their new grade and Nelson, AE2; K. Rector, ATR3; zen, AME1 T. Goodrow, ADJ3, David Dee,
when they were (or will be) advanced D. Richardson, ATR3; R. Rid- E. Woods, BM3. J. MacPherson, ADJ2; C. Nine- Galvin, AKAN.

follows: dell, AE3; R. Rogers, AMS3; December 16 sling, ADJ2; E. Porter, AME3; Warrant Officer Candidates:
October,16 W. Sunderland, ATR2; M. Tom- G. Smith, YN3; D. Toon, YN3;
G. Caramico, ATN3; D. Dan- Ifm on. AMS3; D. Vit .ATN3; H. Mickle, A02; M. Oakes and A. Walter, YN3. T. Brown, AOC G. Jorgensen
AME3; S. Pomeroy, AE2; R. March AMEC; S. Straley AMEC.
16
Poppe, ADJ3; D. Sotak, AMH1; -
L. Sprague, AO1; R. Woodiwiss, M. Adams, YN2; D. Baker, Since World War I, the total
A02 and J. Mackintosh, ADJ1. A13; W. Barone, YN2A.Booher, number of living war veterans
,January 16 ADJ3 G. Dunsmore, AME2; R. has never fallen below 4.2
Fisher, AEC; T. FontanaAMSA.G. ; million, the Veterans Adminis-
H. Farnsworth, PN3; J. Gard- Gibson, YN2; T. Glenn, ADJ2; tration says. Today there are
ner, AME3; J. Jones ADJ3; D. W. Henderson, AMSC; W. Ishler, more than 22.9 million war veterans -
_' Kayser, ADJ1; Richrd Mize, ADJ2; L. Kreitman AMS2; Jose more than at any timein

Lf.j AEl; V. Nielsen, ADJ3; R. No- Kuechler, AZ3; J*. Lee, AMS2; history.
{ :

CECIL Commander C.M.
: '_ Other Cecil N. .s In Brief Hess, officer in charge of the

'vq Naval Air Maintenance Training

CECIL Five men in Attack while serving aboard the USSBon (EAST) visited Naval Air Main-
Squadron 174 were presented Homme Richard (CVA-31)) with tenance Training DetachmentsCecil
-I awards this Monday by Commander CVW21. Field Nov. 7 to conduct a

E.M. Crow,Commanding post command inspection and assist -
AFCM J.S. Kordek and CS3
.. q l Officer. the Cecil Field detachmentsin
z J
C.L. presentedwith
Thompson were
AMHC EJ. Osentowski was preparing for the upcoming
Unit Commen
Meritorious
presented with 'a Letter Of Commendation 1969 Command Inspection.
dations. Chief Kordek served
FJs,, for from the Seventh Fleet aboard the USS Ranger (CVA61)and ) CECIL ., The Golden War-
outstanding service with, CS3 Thomspon aboard the USS riors of Attack Squadron 87,
VA-23 aboard the USS Yorktown
Tutuila (ARG-4)). homeported at Cecil, are cur-
CVS-10))
( rently participating in their first
SN W.D. Steward PN2 W.M. -
was presentedwith Carey was presented
SEA TO AIR. .These transient days it's hard to tell where ? a Navy Unit Commendation with a Good Conduct Award. training deployment at NAAS
your reenlistment date will catch you. It caught Air Force Fallon, Nev.

Staff Sergeant Pacifico S., Jose ((6515th Field Maintenance

I Squadron, Edwards AFB, Cal.) here at Cecil Field. He ship

ped over. .er, re upped. .for four with a Navy assist from Foo-tbaIl. Fol.J.yTEAM
LCdr. J. K. Donaldson, skipper of the Cecil NAMTRADETS.


FOX HOLT PICKELL BLACKBURN AYALA STAFF

((52-25)) ((51-26)) ((5 i-26)) ((47-30)) (45.32) ((44--33))

r. AIR FORCE vs COLO Col Col Co I Co I ,. AF AF
ARK vs TEX TECH Ark ,Ark Ark Ark 'Ark Tex Tech

K' D I FLA' ST vs WAKE FOR FSU FSU FSU ,FSU ''FSU WF i

Y.Y I Ie .HARVARD vs YALE Yale Yale Har Yale, Yale Har

KAN vS MO Kan Kan Kan ,Kan' Kan Mo ;.,
: Ohio St Ohio St Ohio St Mfch Mich
HICH vs OHIO 5T Ohio St
:, NEB vs OKLA Okla Okla ,Okla Okla : "t','Okla ,Neb

.j 1.. TCU vs RICE TCU TCU TCU TCU .'TCU Rice
h:j :' S CAL vs UCLA 50 Cal So Cal So Cal ,So Cal ;,.Ji So Cal UCLA

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Remember, no matter what your need,wherever you're
stationed, there's .an HFC office nearby, where you can
get prompt, understanding money help. Every year, thou. PHONE EL 3-3922
Y w' sands of servicemen borrow confidently from Household, 19a
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600 34.39 42.66
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,; KhtduUd monthly balances not exceeding$300 ten karat gold-filled top, .
q' and 2% on any itmotndtr. This schedule ttooMdo.i stainless "'
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prompt payment and includt*tharfu.
Black or a white dial '44'
with raised markers
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seventeen Jewels,
lifetime unbreakable /
mainspring and balance
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worshippers, or City Maps, Key Chains

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MoviesMovies Club ., ... .
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will be shown nightlyat SchedulesBLUE t.1'1 :

the NAS Theater at 7:30 1 p.m. IIoi ''
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There will also be a kiddie mat- > I

:inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a
regular feature at 2 Sun- Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville
p.m. JACKETS INN -- To Florida 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. I
day and holidays. The Hospital night enjoy the music of The Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
'Theater will have one nightly Camelots and The Crystal Cathe- publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must I',
feature at 7 1 p.m. Cecil Field dral will be on stage tomorrow be received WITH the copy for the ad. I
will have two nightly shows dur- evening. Saturday the Mach 5

ing the week at 5:30: and 8 p.m. will be on stage from 2 to 6 p.m. Do Net Said Cash
Matinees will be shown on week- followed by the Rowe Brothers
ends at 2 and 5 p.m. Band at 9 Sunday the Stan-
Ratings: AAdultsGGeneralAudience ; dard Productions p.m. will providethe Rill: MiiiMtfM chirgi ((3 11.15)). e e e e e e o. .$2.00

; M--Matured Youths; beat for the afternoon show

S--Superior;'EExcellentVGVery ; -- and the Crystal Cathedral will Per e ltl.III.1I11 ((4 words per' II..). .0. . 0.50 :
Good; G--Good; F--Fair for the
; return evening show.Mon- i I
CNA--Class Not Available. day and Tuesday the Rowe Bro I II

thers will be on stage. Wed-

THURSDAY, Nov. 21 nesday evening, Benny Lati LAKE LOTS MIDDLEBURG AREA ZIG ZAG $33
more will be the (special guest, Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. Big Branch Rd., 5 acres 10 SEWING MACHINE GuaranteedDoes
NAS: "BILLION DOLLAR featuring Freddie Scott and Ben- Terms. Call Owner, 387-7379. acres & larger. Terms. Ph. everything, Makes buttonholes

BRAIN" starring Michael Caine ny Fields. The Rowe Brotherswill FOR RENT OR FOR SALE 282-5272 or 282-5224. sews on buttons,Zig Zags,
and Carl Amldea. Color Spy also be on hand. A $.50 Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & makes designs, etc. Pay'bal. $33
Drama. A M/VG (108)) admission will be STEREO CONSOLE
charged. FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. or $8 per mo. Phone 353-1946
HOSPITAL: "INTERLUDE" CPO CLUB -- Tomorrow dan- Combination with Solid State Ra- anytime. Will deliver. No obliga-
Call Powell USN
or Mils,
starring Oscar Wener and Bar- the of dio, 4-speed record player, 2
ce to music the Clubs and tion. A-1 Sewing Mach. Co.,
Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park
bara Ferris. Color '''Romance 'months old. Plus 20 recording:
Saturday, Mark Castle will be 1606 Main St.
Notary.
Realty. Military-Free
Drama. A M /VG ((120)C. ) on stage. The CPO Club fea selections. Pay balance $67 or

FIELD: "MORE THAN A tures menu specials every day. UNFURN.HOUSE FOR RENT. assume $8 monthly payments. A "SPOT" FOR YOU
MIRACLE" starring Sophia Lo- "0" CLUB -- Tonight is 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath Call anytime,3531946. Will de- To selected, highly capable Of-
ren and Omar Shariff. Color "Beefeater's Night" at the "0" Bungalow w/stove&refrig.Furn. liver. No obligation. A-l Music ficers and Senior Petty Officers
A M/VG Club. Friday and Dining Rm., Garage & Space Center 1606 Main St.WELDING.
Comedy. ((118 min) Saturday nightis leaving the service, a leading
FRIDAY Nov. 22 the "Champagne Special" and Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8-5545. 1 nationwide firm offers a position

Sunday the buffet dinner. Ital- WIL-MAR APARTMENTS' No. job too large or small.Trailers with an income that need never
NAS: "FITZWILLY" starring ian food is in on the Tues- Near NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of ornamental iron work, fuel stop climbing. A Job you'll like
Dick Van Dyke and Barbara Fel- day "Foreign Dish Night" at Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn. oil stands. Westside Custom in a choice of locations.Company
don. Color Comedy Drama. G/E the club this week. A buffet sponsored orientation
Apts. Newly painted, 2BR, LR, Welding Corner Lane & Lenox. to speed
dinner will be served the club
((102)) at
Kit. Furn, Nook 2 Car parking. 781-9482. your transition. Write to P.O.
HOSPITAL: "BILLION DOL Thanksgiving Day. Reserva Water, Sewage &Garbage incld. Box 13177, Orlando, Fla. 32809,
LAR BRAIN" tions will be and will Attn
necessary : Eastern Area Manager.
Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1
be through
C.FIELD POOR
COW"starring accepted Thanksgiving
:
; 387-2541, nites.or weekends Call dr. Mile no. of NAS. Clean
Terence Stamp and Carol Day where openings permit. 389-0744. 0 & MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE
trailers 389-
White. Color Drama. A/G Reservations can be made by 1 :3007.modern Apts. ,Over 50 Used Trailers. 8,10,
((112)) calling 772 3041. Prices will VIETNAM VETERANS 12 wides. Phone 3981126. Mr.
be $3 for adults, $1.75 for child Stop paying high rent. You can Unclaimed Alderman. 4118 Philips Hiway.
Nov. 23
SATURDAY Layaway
ren 5 to 12 years old and $1 NOW buy VA repossessed homes
NEVER
NAS: "THOSE MAGNIFICANTMEN for children under five. for $100 down with VA paying Twin needle USED SINGER
Zig Zag sewing ma-
AND THEIR FLYING MA.- ACEY DUCEY -- A buffet closing costs. VANSANDT chine. Makes buttonholes GOLDEN SEW
fancy
CHINES" Stuart Whit- will be served today and tomor- REALTY 387-1213.. .
starring designs, blind hems. Pay bal.$25 USED AS A DEMONSTRATOR
man and James Fox. G/E ((152)) row from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. PART TIME cash or $5 mo. Dealer. Free. ONLY Like new,4dr.desk.Doesall
HOSPITAL: "FITZWILLY"C. and on Sunday from 4 to 9 p.m. MARRIED E-4's and above. Are .home trial 771-9106 anytime. 'this without attachments:But
FIELD: "INTERLUDE"SATURDAY Mel Gaden will be staged Fri- you having trouble making ends tonholes, fancy designs, blind
day and the Five Clubs will meet? We can work your hoursin 6437 Wilson Blvd. hems, overcasts, winds bobbin

HATINEE feature the dance music Satur- with your duty schedule.Phone REWARD ,FOR BLUE & GREEN through,needle. Bal. $41or$5.20mo.
NAS "WAR WAGON" day, Sunday is Game Night beginning 264-6485 ,
a : starring Coat; dress accidentally pickedup ..Free home trials. 71-f2U:
John Wayne and Kirk Doug- at 6 p.m. Followinggamenight '68 BMW $150 EQUITY at Jax Base Cleaners. Call I Dealer. 6437 Wilson Blvd. 0 .
las. Color Drama. CNA also music will be presented. Take over payments. 771-4844.
"SEA HOUND" chapter seven. -- 7815195.ROOM FOR RENT 67 VOLKSWAGEN CAMY:;.tc.
See it! Drive itl I You'll
buy itl I
SUNDAY Nov. 24 Front Room Pvt. Home. Twin
OPEN SUNDAY Beds. Air Cond.,Circ.Heat.Like $2,475. 4252 Lakeside Drive.. .
NAS: "THE WAY WEST"star- 389-5760.
to rent to 2 young,nice clean men.
ring Kirk Douglas and Robert 781-7241. DIAL TOM CAVINESS 1
Mitchum. Color Adventure G/VG If would like become
you to a
FOR SALE DROPLEAF
((130))
Disc Jockey Newscaster An-
or
HOSPITAL: "THOSE MAGNI- dining room table & 4 chairs
A
Walnut finish, excellent cond. nouncer. recorded message by
FICATE MEN AND THEIR
FLYING MACHINE"C. A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY 2644078RIDE Tcm Ph. 355-4834 Caviness tells you how.

FIELD: "BILLION DOL- WANTED TO WASH.D.C.
LAR BRAIN" We I..e them the VW 16 point Saiety and Performance tn.pact- Approx. end of Nov. 389-4628. 2 BR. NEW TRAILER
ton.Then we tuned up. tightened and replaced everything that
needed It. And guaranteed them 100!.for the repair or replacement Compl. Furn. 3 mi., Cecil Field.
MONDAY, Nov. 25 of all major mechanical parti for 30 day or 1000 mile.. Come HONDA '66 CB 160 $70 mo. 389-2618
.
on In and double check.
NAS: "IN COLD BLOOD" ENGINE TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE W/Helmet, $150. 389-4628. PICK UP PAYMENTS
starring Robert Blake and Scott ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE SYSTEM "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM on 1968 like new 12' wide 2 Br.

Wilson. Color Drama. 0 A/S EVERY CAR STATE INSPECTED WHY RENT? Pymts. $55.17 per mo. 781-3028
((134) 3 BR.. 1.B.. ., $70 per mo. Call Call Mr. Lane after 5.
HOSPITAL: "THE WAY 63 VW $895 W.T. Costigan, GIDDENS REAL-

WEST"C. 64 VW t $990 TY, INC. 2060 Cassat Ave.,0 MLS, STEREO AMP., TUNER&AUTO.

FIELD; "FITZWILLY" 64 VW Convertible. . . '. . $1095 389-4506. TURNTABLE. Entire package or,
Best offer. Call 384-
separate.
TUESDAY, Nov. 26 65 VW .. $1195 1962 CHEV. II 7435 after 5 p.m.

NAS: "BLUE" starring Terence 66 VW .. -. $1390 Automatic, A/C, W/W tires, like t
3941 PAt
Stamp. Color Western new. $595. BOONE A M/F ((121)HOSPITAL ) 67 VW .:: $1650 1965 FORD GALAXIE 500 4 Rm. Upper. Conv. NAS. Ideal

: "IN, COLDBLOOD' 68 VW Sedans . . ,. .. $? 2 door hardtop, Vinyl roof Clean for couple with Infant. Call EV-
0 73356. After 6 P.M.WESCONNET.
66 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. . {': $1795 $895.
Can financing, 771-0876 AREA
67 VW Karman Cpe. . : 'J. $1900 after arrange 4:30.
FRA -- Saturday night, danceto For Rent Furn. House & House
the music of Tommy'C and 66 VW Squareback . .... /'.' $1650 Trailer.Baby Accpt. 5925 Manor

the Seminoles. Wednesday, the 66 VW Fastback. . .r. ,..' ,$1495 HELP WANTED CHILDREN'S Dr. 7719185FOR m

Paul Martin Combo will providethe 66 VW Fastback Air Con :. $1790 NURSERY, Health Card, Perm. RENT 2 BR. HOU c., A/C,
) Job. Dependable person. Have
music for the club's Thanks- : ,.',,,/ Furn. Orange Park. Will rent to
giving Day Dance. 67 VW Fastback. . . .' $1795 car. 388-0638. TAD Personnel or Bachelors.

67 VW Fastback, Air Condo . . $2050 '67 CHEVELLE STA. WAGN. Children and pets welcome,walking -

66 Valiant I i $1250 S/T, R&H, new tires, 6 cyl. distance from Grade,School.
RETIRING! $1950 economical. Good Cond. Call 5 Min. to NAS. Only $20 depositreq.

.LNN.............. ..N/l.WNN............... 67 Mustang 2 Door 384-7435 after 5 p.m. T.V., Utensils, Elec. Blan-
HESS 66 PLYM. Fury II 4 Dr. Extra Clean. Air Cond., $1795 kets optional 2646884.CanYou.

66 G.M.C 'IITon Plck Up $1415
EXPANDS INJACKSONVILLE 67 BISCAYNE CHEVROLET
65 VW Double Cab Pick-up. . . $1350 2 door sedan, 6300 miles, like I -

new. Must be sold to highest

Many stations under construction OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM bidder. Phone 772-2218 week- TAKE YOUR CAR
In Duval County-More to days before 4:30. KITH YOU?
tart locations.soon. Excellent No Service high Bays.volume For Financing' and Insurance

Clean Operation. Be a part of our WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN MUST SELL Stateside' and Overseas. Call
profitable Dealer Program. 1966 Austin Healy Sprite, $875.
DYER M. BURR
Confidential Inverviews Call Ltjg( ) Wiggins at 7713211Ext.

NEIL MCEACHERNPH. : INC. 255 between 5 and 7 1 pm. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
2642572. JAX FINANCE CORPORATION
DICK LAMPS ..
PH. 765-7354 lAX ,1150. LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 FOR SALE BY OWNER and
T.R.. 305-841-3820 DURHAMPH. Open 8 to 8 Daily Sat. Brick 3 Br., 2 Bath, Central INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
P.O. BOX 5756 8 to 5 Open Sun.l PM to 6 PM Heat & AC. Orange Park. INSURANCE COMPANY
ORLANDO. FLORIDA 264-4364. 5615 Timuauana Rd. 7710527I

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; 1968 Military Justice Act .{, (: '\ ,, "

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'/. -' ., \.. t,.,; ''0 USO Party .
f;' \ '::4.< M 4 J, '
the ; J.. ....""- The Beaches USO will conduct .
President "
Signed by \ -
..,, <, '... :; its first military ball on Friday
)0, .; "y)( -j, (, from 8 p.m. to midnight at the ..,"
',l', :{ ''' Community Center, 6 N. 2nd ...
. Washington (AFPS) -- Presi- military judge sitting alone(jury- V\.. :". / .t. \' Street, Jacksonville Beach. All :, ;.:

dent Johnson has signed legislation waived trial) at.,a generalor special .. .j! "':\. ...+,,,i"r I ,.-.Y'to."" ., military personnel are Invited. .,"Mir' .

providing additional pro- court-martial upon requestby .. .. t The uniform of the day must
.
tection for members of the armed the accused and approval of ttitf ;" \ be worn.

forces by creating an indepen- the military judge. ;j.:.;
dent court system within the military 2. Bad conduct discharge may ; will also be crowned dur- j

that is free from command not be adjudged by a special .; rl.'i";.,;i i.lt..1. 1/1./ ... .r.. ing the evening. Girls who are '
: .
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pressures and control.In court-martial unless verbatim :. .:. ,j ; : -! ':' \ qualified USO junior volunteersor
:
his remarks before signingthe record of trial is made, accused ..'. "1 ..$:.V' !,. .' f specially selected by USO officials -

Military Justice Act of 1968, detailed legally qualified coun- .' ", ., i'i", ,:.,"" ...I .:""I, ,'""; ...-,.!"".,.'......I .' .,;< will be there as host- .

President Johnson noted that the sel; and a military judge detailed _..,'.,-..,...... j. I'fo.\'v" .. <.v.f',......',... '..:.1. ... :- esses. :
uniform oft the unless military ''' ;, .
J man who wears the to court "-' '-'' :-r 1 .
his country today does not discard judge cannot be obtained due to ,.,,..' /\ .I ', '" '.. :< Three Promoted ;. .
'
,'
r fair conditions or military ., .' / < "
* his right to treatment physical \" I / -"fJ'OO Jax -- Two Naval Hospital

* under our laws. exigencies. ra-., ,'_ /., h. / . J The first step came In 1950. 3. At all special courts- doctor were recently selected -

H "It"' was then," the President martial, accused must be afforded EMERGENCY HELP -- Jacksonville streets and expresswaysare sary for promotion to lieu -

. said, "that our servicemen and opportunity to be repre- now supplied with emergency call stations that give the tenant commander with pro-
the Uniform sented by legally qualified coun-
women were given fire department the exact location of troubles. Any type of em motion dates effective from Sept.
counsel
such cannot
J Code of Military Justice -- the sel unless
most sweeping development in be obtained due to physical con- ergency, car trouble, fire, doctor, can be handled by pickingup 1 this year. Lieutenants

". military law in all American -dition or military exigencies. the telephone and reporting to the central office. in City Earl The F.three Fisher doctors and Paul F.White .

history. 4. Accused absolute right Hall. of the Hospital and Lt. David A. .

J "When President Harry Truman to trial by summary court- Brian, Dispensary, were amonga

l signed it into life, he was martial even though he has been list of more than 500 Medical .
able to say that 'the democratic offered and has refused punish- Emergency System Corps officers selected for pro-
ideal of equality is further ad- ment under Article 15. motion.

.. vanced.' 5. Permits accused to petitionfor '
"Today we believe we advance such a new trial in any court- Installed in City Hall Floating College :,
.
' it again. The Military martial case within two years WASHINGTON (NAVNEWS) .
Justice Act of 1968 .will after of '
approval sentence by
JOSN Rick Kunz The is ;
By Navy providing a means .
stand proudly beside the 1950
convening authority. (Previously, by which sailors aboard ships and

law. the law provided one year period The city of Jacksonville has by a red light that pinpoints in remote areas will have an
the Act
Specifically, will and extended in
pro- to.
, vide for servicemenby only cases joined with other large metro the._area. en a _large wall man of equal opportunity to earn college -
protection which sentence included death,
and the politan areas throughout the the city. All messages received credits as those who are
increasing extending
dismissal dishonorable discharge
,
United States in providing its and transmitted at the center shore based.Originally.
right to legal representation to bad conduct discharge
citizens with a new means of reporting -\ are recorded on tape, and all designed for certain
accused who tried
are by spe- confinement for
one or
cial courts-martial year all types of emergencies. alarms are recorded on an IBM submarine crews, the Programfor
providing
for ; more.) Located in City Hall 'is a new card. Each card carries four Afloat College Education
military judges at special 6. The law
courts-martial in certain cases authority for new deferring provides the division of the Fire Department times; when the message was (PACE) is being expanded to sel-

and giving accused an ser- called the Emergency Reporting received, when dispatched, the ected surface ships and will be
persons vice of sentence to confine-
absolute right refuse trial a & Communications Center. This first unit on the scene, and the available to all units afloat by
by
to
ment during review -
. courts-martial. appellate upon center, manned by four fire department time it was completed. This information 1970. ..
summary application of the accused and
communications spe- is kept on PACE provides for 16 --
permanent mm.
The act, signed into law Oct. of the
approval convening cialists, is a hub of activity file for any future reference.The kinescope lectures by noted pro-
" 24, also provides for a form of authority. (So-called "bail.)
around the clock. Communications Center is fessors and college -
covers regular
post-trial "bail,improves trial .
Among the indirect benefitsto .
301 I Outlets from other office In level
and and unique any courses.
r' appellate procedures, servicemen through improvement -
J
provides new protections against of the courts-martial The process of attaining em City Hall in that it is completely ,... ,"' .... .. ,
ergency help begins when a person independent. ,It is divided into i '
f. improper command influence. system are the following: : up :: :
.
The new law will remove obstacles 1. Reorganizes the Boards of in distress picks up the re three rooms; the Receiving .;,.''S} /' I

I( in the present law which Review into one Court of Military ceiver at one of 301 red street and Dispatching Room, Lounge, 'h"*"; I
telephone stations. These stations and Room. These
prevent the conducting of court- Review for each militarydepart- ] Equipment
are located every two areas are connected to auto I If
J martial trials in the full spirit ment. The court will be divided
r" and intent of decisions and into panels. A Chief Judge will blocks in the downtown section, matic emergency power, sep- ,
; opinions of the United States be appointed who has certain administrative at all major exits to the ex arate air conditioning units, .r I

" Court of Military Appeals.A authority over the pressway system, adjacent to all water, restroom and kitchen faci- f<.': !
hospitals, nursing homes and lities. 4 I > I
list of the key provisions court. Civilians may be appointed $;,
schools, with the balance being For .
,, of the new law follows: Everyone' I

, 1. Accused may be. tried. by 2. Strengthens prohibitions placed residential along main areas.thoroughfaresin Fire Department Lieutenant ',; 't !

\t hibits against rating command officers influence from; pro-con- The calls are Immediately Edgar ti. Aid, acting superintendent S.- yiid ::: ,
channeled to the CommunicationsCenter of Fire Communications,
: GIANT SWAP MEET sidering or evaluating of-
an
ficer's where the caller is put in points out that the new center
'" performance as a member voice contact with a dispatcher "Is for the citizens o! Jacksonville d
JAX LARGEST FLEA of a courts-martial
;: hibits ; pro- who determines what type use, not only for police and /
rating officers from
( MARKET giv- of Is be firemen." He also
emergency help to con- points out
.. ing rated officer less favorable
, AH Spaces Under Shelter rating because of the zeal with tacted. Direct telephone lines that the set up in Jacksonville 1t

: 20th and Edgewood which he represented any accused have been placed In each of thecity's is capable of eventually expanding ,wz

" before a court-martial. six hospital emergency to as many as 3,000 street 1
Every Sat. 9 am 6:00 pm rooms; all fire stations and res- emergency telephone stations. !

j Sun. 9 am 6:00 pm ", wherever there is a cue squads; city, or county and Estimated at a cost of nearly :

I,. human being, I see God-given state police dispatcherselectricand ; three quarters of a million .i1
Phone rights in that being, whatevermay water departments; airport dollars the Jacksonville unit has
768-7085 or 768-4793 be the sex or complexion control tower; and city and "direct tie lines with depart-

."William Lloyd Garrison, county officials who must have ments that make it more unique i wPa
:r 1853. instant notice of certain em "
than any other city, accordingto I't' ; s
1 ergencles. Soon to be added Lt. Aid.
will be a direct hookup with NAS

; Jax, Cecil Field, and Mayport. The Jacksonville center is also
I the state warning point on the
Area S
LOOK Pinpoints National Alert Warning Sys-

Upon receiving a call at the tem and keeps in daily contact

IATTHE Reps --... s aoa Center the location of the incoming with_ Civil Defense headquarter

a tnfy S3,oo callis immediately known In Demon, Tex.

t PRICE\ 1AG eih 0 loon, tzar.p Af .time. 4.tor WORK ,OFART: -, Paige

Period,, r Young; who graces the 'center
ore co s61. pages of November's Playboy

BEFORE YOUBORROW Ifle..,, normally works out of a Malibu -

To Help You Achieve Calif., studio as a free-lance
artist, creating everything; from

Check. compare. know what you pay! Your Particular Investment Goals portraits to bold abstractions.
'1 Then get your loan the BENEFICIAL way! Put Nothing abstract about her appearance -

': Get up to $600 take up to 24 months to Th.s'l I McKiinei's as an art subject!
ASH
i., -, repay! Just phone get cash in 1-visit to '%iuuiiniuHiiimiiimiimitnnnraitiHriiiimiifiiMiiMiiiniufl'ti
. the office. or drop in today! Thoroughly Profeusional ApproachTo I SPACIOUS fc PEACEFUL f

Get that BIG O.K. at Beneficial! Work For You \ MARSHALL ACRES I

STOCKS BONDS MUTUAL FUNDSFor 935-> 103rd St. !!
Loans up to $600 on Furniture,Car or Note Additional InformationCall Jacksonville newest & I
5 most modern mobile home
I JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville William Hamaker, Account Executive a community Is now open fora =
I 5635 Roosevelt Blvd., Venetia Village Shop. Ctr. your inspection. Large ag

(Next to Winn Dixie) . . . . . Ph: 388-9374 ThoMsoi & McKiRoI 44x75'loli.ONLY $35 PER 3 I

! 5059 Normandy Blvd. . . > . . Ph 384-4595 |3 Swimming pool, tennis MO.court. 1m
, 4 other Beneficial offices serve the Jacksonville Area shuffleboard court B-B-Q 1
+, See phone book whit page for nearest office Members New York Stock Exchange S pit. picnic tables will be 3
i built for your enjoyment. 3
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101 West Forsyth 'Laura = act today callS
BENEFICIALFINANCE: 354-4661 : EL VERANO MOTOR COURT I
: Mr. F.S. Martin. Manager
a 359.2924
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I. NATTC : Behind The Scene M F



By Phillis I HarkinsSix

members of Ship's Company all the knowledge he has acquired graduates, with his congratula -
were advanced to their pres- from the school and sup- tions. PFC Vernon E. Braly
ent rates on Monday during a plies it to the aircraft. Duringthe was honorman with an average of
ceremony conducted by Capt.R.P. three week course, he 90.13. e A
Kline. They were AMHC R.A. "trouble shoots" the actual At 3 p.m. Class 821, AE
Alho. AEC J. Fulkerson, AOC systems in the school's training ((8)) School received, congra-
J.D. Owens, AEC D.H. Strick- aircraft which are H19 helicopters tulations and diplomas] from Lt.

land AOC R.E. Teague and AOC and. F9Fs.. . Henry L. Claude. Honormanwas
J,A. Rhodes. Advancements were AE1 Ramon H. Haynes. His average -
the result of the August 1968 A 'graduation ceremony was was 81.97 and the overall
series. held in Bldg. 411 on Nov. 14 class average was 76.48.
'
for 12 members of AO(A)School,
Henry Bickner of the Aviation Petty Officer Haynes'next tour
Electrician's Mate School Class 829. AOC Norman G. of duty will be aboard the USS

conducted an informal tour on Corley, AO instructor, congra- Ranger home ported at Alameda,
tulated the
graduates and
Nov. 13 for members of the AE Calif.
presented them with diplomas .
School. The purpose of the tour
during the ceremony. Welcome aboard WOl 'J.t.J

was to familiarize the personnelwith LCpl Fred E. Cornett Jr. was Curtis W. Carlton who to arrivedat SCHOOLMASTER AWARD -- SSgt. James H. Johnson (c), an
the different phases of the honorman with an of
school in order to make their 82.69. He received average an Honor the Naval Air Technical Train- instructor at NATTC AE "A" School Phase I III!!, accepts a -
ing Center from the Naval Avia- ward for reaching the semi finals of the "Schoolmaster of
jobs easier and more understandable. Student Certificate in additionto tion Schools
his diploma. LCpl Cornett cola where Command he at Pensa- the Year" competition. Randolph S. Driver (I), assistant Sec-
has been transferred to the Ma- Course attended for the Indoctrination -. retary of the Navy (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) presentedthe
To the uninitiated, Phase VI rine Corps Air Station in El rant Officers. War award. Lt. Col. R. P. Eckmann, CO of MAD accompaniedSSgt.

was partlculrly interestingsince Toro, Calif.- Warrant Officer Carlton is Johnson to Memphis for the presentation.
it is a hangar phase in The class average was 78.68. assigned
which the student puts together as Phase II Officer at
the Aviation Electrician's Mate
Two separate graduation ceremonies School, Class A. He and his family .1 MONEY
HELP WANTEDThe were held for students of reside in Baldwin. -
the Aviation Electrician's Mate Cash Monthly Months
School on Nov 15 in Bldg 512. 1 1 You Get Payment to. Pay
Candlelight Restau- A total of 77 students were gra- RAY CARTER IN u 1 DAY
rant needs an experienced duated. 84.33 jS.OO 24

bartender for parttime work.If AEA) School, Class 825, graduated -
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1 But It Was A Tussle \ :. '



Cecil Chiefs I Bag Three Hogs .1. Cecil Sports :p. :


By William R. Burkett. Jr, I .
Claude Leasure and Duane his 12-gauge pump at the" first, "I kept calling out so that Intra-mural sports are againin Today; VA-46 vs VA-45
Wild a pair of chiefs currently saw him go down hard. Two I Claude could follow my voice full swing with Basketballand Monday; VA-83 vs Weapons '
assigned to NAMTD opened the more broke cover and both Lea- sound and get there fast." the second session of Volleyball Tuesday; VA-46 vs VA-83
1968 hunting season with a bangin sure and Wild opened fire hit- Wild arrived in record time underway. Both are still Wednesday; VA-44 vs Dental
Yellow Water. ting both hogs twice apiece. The and finished things with a well- young and standing are not avail- Thursday; VC-4 vs AMD
More properly a series of hogs soaked up the big lead placed head shot. It took both able but following are the resultsto The Athletic Department has
bangs, all of the twelve and six- pellets with no apparent ill affects of them some sweating, back- date. VC-4 1 and 1, VA-174 released team stankngs in the
teen gauge variety. and kept right on charginginto straining effort to bring the big 3 and 0, VA-44 2 and 1, Marines NAS Cecil Field Captain's Cup
Members of the Cecil Field a nearby stretch of swamp. fellow out. They figured his 0 and 1, VA-83 1 and 1, AMD .
race.
Rod and Gun Club they were in The hunters followed rapidly weight later at 200 pounds. 0 and 1, VA-45 and 1, Dental/ VA-174 151 points ,
Yellow Water early Saturday before loading as they went. The smaller "He was a tough one," Wild Medical 1 and 1, ADMIN 1 and VA-44 *' 138 points
last and Wild was lookingat of the two. weighing in at said. "It tookthreeloadsofNumber 2, Weapons 1 and 1. VA-46 1 VA-37 106 points
a sturdy young 125-pound wild an estimated 60 to 70 pounds One Buck to kill himandhe and 2.Next. AMD 94 points
hog across the barrels of his was losing blood heavily, and was ready to fight right up weeks schedule is as Marines 80 points .
16-gauge double. One shot drop- Leasure overtook him and settled until I got him." follows: ((5'p.m..
ped him stone dead. his troubles with a final shot. With a majority of Florida Today; VA-83 vs VC-4 ADMIN 75 points
"We were out of the woods by The larger boar, running on hunters reporting "nothing but Monday; VA-174 vs VA-45 VA-45 72 points
ten a.m..," Leasure said. "It adrenalin was long gone with tracks..no hogs... nothing but Tuesday; Weapons vs Marines OPS 55 points
wasn't really a very ideal day nothing but a roiled wake throughthe does..You shoulda seen the oneI Wednesday; AMD vs. VA-46 NAMTD 49 points
for hunting--too warm." foot-deep water beneath the almost got..."Leasure and Wild Thursday; VA-174 vs VA-44 Weapons 42 points
At one p.m. the following afternoon trees to mark his going and an aren't wasting time, though
they rolled back into the occasional dollop of fast-dis -. they've got freezers full of pork. 65! p.m.) GOLF: .

w ',.. same area cut sign from sev- solving blood."I "We'll be back next week," Last Friday the, Cecil Field
eral hogs and started tracking. tracked him by the churned- they promised. "Then we can Today; AMD vs VA-174 golfing ladled held an"even nine"
' About a mile later Leasure saw up mud from the bottom" said tell you about how we got our Monday; ADMIN vs VA-44 event which was won by Mrs. .
,r one hog break cover, heard another Leasure. "It hadn't had a chanceto : bucks." Tuesday; Dental vs VA-174 Doris Shellman with 36 1/2. Second -
one grunt. He slammed a settle yet." Wednesday;, VA-45 ,vs VC4Thursday' was Mrs. Betty Moranville
charge of SirWe-Obuckshotfrom Meanwhile, Duane Wild had ; Marines vs ADMIN
with a 40. ;
iisste 1 1I seen the first hog hit by Lea- ,. .
: I sure get up and' head for unknown -j- S i .
'HONDAMOPiTESA pans. He hit him twice NEXT COMPUTER CORNER
I knocking him down each time WEDNESDAY
and hen had to reload his double
gun. The: hog escaped, carryinglead.
ON SPORTS
MOTORCYCLES I 11 I a.m.
Leasure hurrying up the trail
of the big boar, discovered that
',4' he had followed too well: he

rl splashed up on the beast and it Picnic Area One
)' *!J turned to do some hunting of its *
own. It Was one of those things
Shoot yourself a turkey
MOTORS and hunters have bad dreams about: dinner for Thanksgiving, By Bud GoodeIn
he had caught up to a fighting- courtesy of the Cecil Field
CYCLES CO. mad hog with an empty gun. Rod and Gun Club. pro football there are two statistics which seldom gain much
The hog made a rush and attention, but which reveal your team's offensive and defensive
See Honda's Hot "350" Leasure eluded him with diffi- Guns and shells are to be strengths and weaknesses. '
culty in the treacherous footing."I furnished. Try your luck with These two stats are: 1)) punts; and 2)), number of opponent
4949 Standing hollered for Claude" he pellet patterns rushes.At .
remembers. the end of the season, your total number of punts can accountfor
., PH 771-8244 Then I started hunting .a as much as 35% of your standing in cent won/lost lost I"
tree." column; and 65% of your total offensive! pots. .,
Qf course there is a negative 'relationship. between number of" \ ''". '
punts and number of points -- the more you kick, the fewer points ":'..:.:.
1 you score. So punts reveal the strengths and weaknesses of your .:'
offense. Obviously, the fewest punts reveals the strongest team '
for they seldom give up the ball on fourth down.
Your offense also is revealed by the number of times your oppo
nents run the ball. As much as 50% of your Won/Lost standing at
season's end can be accounted for this number of opponent's rushes
y., ; statistic.
'N How do we explain it? First, it would seem that the team whichis
1 ahead in the 3rd and 4th quarter is going to stay on the ground
:;,:' & and not risk an (intercepted pass; second, it may just be a ball con-
trol statistic, indicating that the stronger: teams run more plays,
hereby limiting opponent's plays, rushes included.

Capitol Div. Number Number of Century Div Number Number of .J
Of Punts Op. Rushes Of Punts Op. Rushes .
Dallas 24 187 Cleveland 34 230 ,
New York 25 186 St. Louis 30 224 ...
WashingtonPhiladelphia 30 243 Xew Orleans 30 219
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31 252 Pittsburgh 30 249 .
r Coastal Div.Baltimore Central Div. .' :: '.
28 196 Detroit 34 219 .
Los Angeles 41- .. 182Green Bar ',, ; 27''"' ". 247 : f
0 San Francisco'J37.. 198 ChicagoMinnesota 31"' 230 r '
'3 3c :
Atlanta 37 259 30 206 7 ,",

Interestingly enough, the Rams lead the NFL in limiting the '
O number of opponent rushes to a low 182 in the first 7 games; but
they also have had to give up ball control by punting 41 times.
Dallas. New York, Baltimore and Green Bay show their offensive
strength having punted only 24, 25, 27 and 28) times vs, 41 punts
0 for the Rams and 37 punts for a weak At1 rita', team. '
Are the Rams in trouble on offense? Their running game has
been handicapped all season with injuries. So coach George Allen '
: deserves some praise for keeping his team wired together withouta
full hand. Perhaps this Halloween's Trick or Treat grab bag
: will give Allen a break and he'll come up with a couple of healthy
running backs instead of more trick knees.


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Kal's -p-- i Civilian Femme Entryskirts :>' I


Opposition. I

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KornerBy Jax -- "You're kidding me -- The contest swings into its final
.1 you've got to be kidding me," week, and several big games are
replied Yvonne Harvey after included on the ballot. Winnersof
JOSN Brent KallestadThe learning that she had won the previous weeks will be notified
ninth week of the Jax Air News following the conclusion of the
word of NAS receivingthe 'You Pick Urn contest. contest about their rewards for
All-Navy Basketball Tourna- The GS-5 civilian worker at winning 'You Pick Urn.'
ment came through last week, FAETULANT picked nine right
and Jacksonville will be making and was creditied with a tie in
preparations for this tourney for the San Francisco Los Angeles
the first time. Last year's game. She decided to enter the
event was staged at Pearl Har contest after noting that two
bor. SubLant won the tourney in : Waves had caner won on
1968 for the fifth consecutivetime. "hunches" and her premonitionpaid
The tourney offers topnotch off.
basketball to area cage fans This week's winner is a nativeof
and here's your chance. I spent Jacksonville and credits her
two winters in Pearl Harbor prognosticating ability to "lucky f
watching the SubPac Raiders WHO'LL WIN? -- Here is the Jax Air News presentation to the guesses"hmm, sounds familiar "
topple such giant schools as Ne- year's top prognosticator In the 'You Pick Um'contest. The beautiful over the last few weeks! Yvonne Harvey "employinf
braska, Portland, Seattle and desk consists of an electric clock, pen set, and marble stand witha She becomes the second individual her football savvy" picked 'em
Southern Nevada --all inbigtime beautifully engraved plate. A football player atop the clock to win from FAETU
last week and becamethe
basketball circles. symbolizes the type contest which is the first of its kind here. LANT. Charles Potter, a Per- right
They weren't good enough to Publisher Dick Holt, and Capt. H.O. Cutler will jointly make sonnelman first class, has won ninth week champion of .,
defeat SubLant for the ,tourney the presentation at the conclusion of the contest. the weekly contest twice. the weekly contest.
title so you can decide on the Weekly winners will also receive "quite a prize but finishing
quality of basketball played by details are being put on the award that will be announced shortly.
the Navy's top teams. MikeBar-
rett, the individual who paced
the SubLant five to their I 'You Pick Urn' I
championship last year' was a
standout on this year's Olympicteam ,
which surprised everyone :
(including the U.S.AJ) with their NAME, RANK OR TITLE .AGE.:'-
supremacy at the summer gamesin
Mexico City. DUTY STATION SERVICE ##

The tourney starts here
February 24. It is a double- ARIZONA WYOMING
elimination affair with four
teams, and you should start making HARVARD YALE

preparations to take In this KANSAS Last month we said"Yes"
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the countries top cage teams TEXAS TECH ARKANSAS, have a double weddiog-and a double re-
are entered in this years event.
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with guests.
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\ Bob Leinhard; Florida To a ,retired Navy couple who wanted to'' ., :...
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talent lead by Jim Sarno and Tie Breaker: Predict final score on game between Ohio St. and
Dale Kelly. Michigan. Indicate winners in other games by a check mark. To a man with a home, who wanted a boatto
The games (two each night) Ballot boxes are located at Galley One and Galley Three. Ballots go with it.
are scheduled for December. 26 must be in by noon Friday or they won't be picked up. GOOD LUCK!!
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: Fliers ,r-4 ; Sports Briefs '.- I

'
.J: All Navy BasketballNAS MAD "Big Red" squad, who took
Bow InOpener first in the NATTC league. Gold
Jacksonville has been selected individual trophies went to individual -
to host the All-Navy Big Reds, who ,won 14
a.i Basketball tournament ,.for the straight during the season. Jax

i : first time in the station's history. 69ers finished second. '
The dates for the tournament
Jax -- The Jacksonville Fliers have been announced as February Jax Golf TourneyThe

opened their 1968-69 basketball 24 through 28.HATTC. air station golf course
season here Saturday night and Champs club championship tournamentswill
suffered a 102-88 loss to Edward be held on Dec. 9-10 for
Cdr. William J. Tutwiler,
Waters College.The .
W7h0 Yrw the ladies and Nov. 30 and Dec.
Fliers trailed at halftimeby executive officer of the Naval
7 for the men, it was announcedthis
11 points as Edward Waters' Air Technical Training Center week.
scorched the nets for 59 pointsin presented intramural football Each tournament will be 36
the first 20-minutes of play. trophies during ceremonies at hole medal play with full handi-
The Fliers defense stiffened and rl : i in King Hall Nov. 14. cap for all flights except the
allowed the winners only 43 Lt. Col. Ronald P. Eckmann, championship flight, which will
points in the final half, but Jax's commanding officer of the be scratch. Entries are being
sharpshooters also suffered. T __ r/ Marine Aviation Detachmentac- accepted at the NAS Pro Shop.
cepted the team trophy for the
,ABC sportscaster Bud
Palmer gave the cage affair KAL'S KORNER (Continued from Page 15)) I
nationwide CHAMPS Jax Navy touch football champions display Silver
coverage
Saturday night in the "Col- trays, trophy and jackets they earned by winning three major Big Eight teams; Nebraska and Washington to meet the Redskinsat
lege Football Today"score- tournaments. The Navy Band gave the championship griddersa Oklahoma, against each other ina 12:45 p.m. The follow-up game
for 2:45 on finds Fran Tarkenton, Homer
board show. Palmer assum- hearty welcome upon their return to Jacksonville with the game set p.m.
& Co. L.A. the.
Channel 17. Jones in to meet
ed that the FliersEdwardWaters 1968 East Coast title. '
,. College was a u__________ The second game comes from Rams. Gametime is set at 3:30
game
where UCLA meets
Los Angeles
football and '
to contest the nation that announced the USC Trojans of Johnny Mc- p.m.The Miami Dolphins plays host
Kay. This gives viewers all to the Boston Patriots in a 1:30
little Edward Waters defeated -
over the nation the opportunity game on Channel 12.
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The Fliers were paced by L 4I records with every step. 18 years'or more,were veterans.
6-foot guard John Mann and 6-2 Channel 4 presents another Today, according to the Veterans
Steve Miller 'in their losing ef- doubleheader Sunday. The first Administration, one out of five
fort. Mann netted 31 points on t -_ game features Green Bay in in this age group are veterans.Bob's .
13 field goals and five charity I PL

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