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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 28, 1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

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NAS Jax Selected as fLight Water' Testing Site : :; ;


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Fire Fighting Experts



: Arrive Here Next WeekFire


fighting experts from throughout the country will gather at

NAS Jacksonville Dec.2-12 to observe Navy" tests of a newly developed

fire fighting agent dubbed "light water
4 I Inter water Is now in the production stage following a fouryearprogram

I conducted by the Naval is superior to older fresh-water-
Fire Research
Research Laboratory's
only type foams currently in use.
I Lab and private industry. The tests have the approval of

". '.rf'. ,.#< The manufacturer reported that the city's Air and Water Pollu-
(
>: of
the agent is unique because tion Control division.

tt,. 1 its ability to make water float Thirty-five experiments have
flammable fuels which are
t on been scheduled over the 10-day
lighter than water. with approximately five
period
I
The large scale aircraft fire
fires a day on test days. Each
fighting and rescue tests of Light
J
experiment will have a specific
c Water being conducted to see
n r A7 3'', R are objective and exacting pro-
3 if the agent is suitable for use
cedures have been outlined for
aboard Navy ships as well as
conducting the tests.
crash
for land-based aircraft
Data will be collected by instruments -
rescue vehicles. Specifically,
as well asbyobservation -
the tests will determine whetherthe
by fire fighting
new Light Water is compatiblewith experts.
will fromas
both fresh and sea water and Experiments range
dw-: -J- little as 100 gallons of jet
fuel ignited in a 315 'square foot
ThanksgivingI
area, 20 feet in diameter to as
much as 3,500 gallons of avia-

Biblical tion jet fuel ignited in a, 9,600
I square' foot area' to resemble 'a

BeginningThe ship's flight deck. .
From these experiments, the

celebration of Thanks- experts will determine the effectiveness -

giving Day has a long and curious of Light Water and the

GBaybR history and can be traced as far feasabllity of Incorporating thenew

back as the Israelites and is product in shipboard fire
TESTS-The Light Water tests scheduled for NAS Jacksonville Dec. 2-12 will include the use mentioned throughout the Bible., fighting systems.To .

I of foam and powder, as well as the new chemical fire fighting substance comparison of the The first Thanksgiving held in add realism to the experi-

agents will be conducted by the experts expected to witness the 35 fires scheduled during North Americawas more than 300 ments, simulated wind conditionsand

the 10-day period.Airlines. years,ago. The first observanceever other characteristics of ship-
recorded,tells of the Givingof board fires willbe produced at the

Thanks aboard the ship Ayde; time of several of the tests.
Ticket Office Expands which brought the first English

foundland.settlers to the shores of New- Jax Credit Union Picks



Hours to Aid r Holiday Travelersin Historians the settlers ship's tell first log which of observation.The the explainsthe entreesin Three Men to Select,


a, log tells of the Englishmen Nominees for Election

J o. YJi ., praying,together): to .r..... ,N
Military men and women sho 1d''all indications from the coun-. which traveling militarypersonnel highly praise God. and ''give'v J D.R. Mdran. president of'.'the

find it easier to commercial try's commercial;airlines. will not be able to get the Him due humble and heartly -'lax Navy Federal Credit Union '.

flights home during the. holiday Compared to past;.holiday sea- twothirds.military resrvation thanks for His strange and has announced the appointment of
season this year, according. to sons, there will be fewer days fares. miraculous deliverance in those a nominating committee to select

Of the 19 U.S.commerical air- dangerous places ." nominees to fill one vacancy on

Foreign Officers Graduate' lines, 11 have announced noblackout the earliest record of any the credit committee and four
periods for the holi- vacancies on the board of direc-
celebration within the
From days and some of the others of the United present tors. The election .will be con-
Supply Training ClassJax said they will have only brief territory States
ducted the
at forthcoming annual
blackouts. dates back to August 1607, when

-- Fourteen foreign naval loving nation. He went on to add, According to reports,Northwest the people of the Popham Colony meeting scheduled for Jan. 31,
L.W.
officers representing nine coun- "it is comforting to know that the and Western Airlines will settled at Sagadahoc on the Coastof Capt. Graves, Public
Maine. But the celebration of Works off Jeer, will chair the
tries received certificates mark- nations you represent are our' not accept military reservations
ing the completion of a foreign .allies." during the periods of Dec. 2, 21, that day only lasted a few hours. nominating committee and C.G.
Han
NARF and W.L. Rambo
officers'' supply course in the As pan of their training at 24, 25, 26 and Jan. 2 through 6. The origin of Thanksgiving as a ,
NATTC
Jax Supply Department Friday. Jax they also visited Naval Station -' Southern will not allow the, full day's activities goes back to will serve on the com-

Capt. H.O. Cutler, commanding Mayport, where they toured discount Dec. 1,2 and 18 and Jan. Governor Bradford, the first mittee with him."Nominations.

officer of NAS Jax, made the the Supply Department and visit- 2 through 4. Trans World governor of Massachusetts "will be received
presentations which marked the ed ships to observe techniques of and United will not accept the Colony. In gratitude for the from the floor, stated President

end of six weeks of training at shipboard supply departments.The military discount between Dec. 19 plentiful harvest of 1621, follow- Moran. "However,we encourageany

the Naval Supply Corps School, and 20 and Jan. 2 through 6, ing a period of great depression member interested, or who
Athens, Ga., and three additional graduating officers repre- and Pan American lists Dec. 19 he proclaimed a day of Thanks- knows of others who are interested -
weeks of functional sent Indonesia, Ceylon, Iran, giving to be celebrated Dec. in being considered for
13.
training at Korea and 20 and Jan. 2 through 6 as
Philippines Saudi
Arabia
NAS Jax. nomination, to submit their appli-
their
Capt. Cutler remarked that South Vietnam, Ethiopia, and order non-military to give station fare dates.In -. In 1684, the day of giving thanks cation In writing to the nominating

"the task of maintaining the Thailand. ample time to make their personnel became sachusetts.an annual event in Mas- committee no later than Dec. 27,

security of the free nations of LCdr. Abdullah Mixon of Indonesia plans for commerical flights stretched Thanksgiving soon 1968. Forms are available at

the world ,is one which,,requiresthe senior member of the home, the station's Airlines Ticket land through the New Eng- the Credit Union office. Nomi-
territory.
combined strength, courage class, also addressed the. com- J Office Bldg.13,has IncreasedIts nees selected by the committeewill

anddeterminationof. every peace- mencement. working hours until Dec. 18. Since the signing of the Proclamation have their names placed on ,
the official ballot to be used at :
The additional hours will be 7:30 by President Lincoln :
,
Working for a Living a.m. until 6 p.m. Monday through every succeding president has the Annual Meeting." ; > .

Friday and 7:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. signed a proclamation,proclaiming Reports on the operations for
Saturdays. the last the past year and the election of
Thursday of
By Cdr. V. J. Novem-
Mahoney, CHC
ber as a Day of ,officials will highlight the annual
Everyone worthy of the name of man has to work for a living. Thanksgiving. meeting. ,

Otherwise, we' consider him a "Freeloader.." Animals work.. CO ,AnnouncesLeave ., < .
For example, we speak of "working like a beaver,*' and being I
"busy as a bee." .
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The Work of man and animals are alike insofar as they both produce PeriodsJax ,
results.) The bee produces honey; man, a work of art. But thereis '*JAX ,'AIR NE S
also A difference. *, .
-- The '
Commanding Officer
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In man there is present intention. t Being made after the imageof NAS lax has issued the sta- ,
God", man leaves the impress of his reason on what he does. tion's 1968-69 holiday leave The lAX AIR NEWS 'is a Civilian' Enterprise Newspaper

The animal operates by instinct, and not by thought and purposeas schedule J distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Nava! Air Station,
Jacksonville
does man. Thus, in all work there are two. elements, the result Personnel desiring to take a private' firm. Florida All by the Holt Publishing' Company,
produced and the human purpose. leave over Christmas can do so NEWS must be forwarded Copy submitted for use ''n the J AX AIR
to the
In the building of a cathedral, the stones ,are cut and placed, and from the period of Dec.14 throughthe 2. NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon Public Affairs' Off'ce' Box

such is the result produced, but there is also the intention, namelyto 27th. Those wishing to take News items 3lii"ICOMed from on Monday all sources before_ Telephone publication. -
honor and glorify Almighty God. leave over New Year's can go 772 3118 or

Afarmer produces results namely his crops. His intention may from Dec. 28 through Jan. 10, I Advertisements
be to increase his knowledge of farming, to aid the common good, 1969.. concerning such are solicited by the publisher and queries. '.r
or just to make money.In This schedule must be fol- should be directed' to: .

every instance it is the mark of a,man to distinguish himself lowed to maintain at least 50%/ I The Holt Publishing Company
from the brute creation which surrounds of 1950 Bla"d'ng' Blvd.
him-by not only producing departmental personnel on Jacksonville Fla.! 32210
results, but by having a high and honorable intention in putting hand at all times. However, Telephone 388-2755

energy into that which he produces. leave may be granted to include -
In one simple sentence, it would appear that a man rises above portions of both periods VOL. 26 NO. 36 NOVEMBER 27 1968'Page

his fellow creatures wren he does not. live just to work, but worksto provided the 50<7<> limitation is ,
make life worth living. observed.









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November 27. IW8 JAX, AIR HEWSI AfTE IIURHft '!afe.3

each carrier plane they shot dropped, and 600 supply boats, tenance and other support build-
Navy down.In 130 railroad cars, and 100 trucks ings and downed two MIG-17s.
June, the carriers and Air were destroyed or damaged. Less than 12 hours later they
Force wings were turned loose addition, the planes destroyed struck it again, triggering a sec-
against the most lucrative and much of the North's petroleum ondary explosion which sent into
significant targets they had yet storage system. the air .a huge orange fireball
been assigned--the extensive petroleum The aerial bombardment of visible from 20 miles away.
storage system of North North Vietnam was supplementedby The airfield had been reportedto
Wings Vietnam. On June 2 9,Navy pilots a naval gunfire campaitn against have up to 20 MIGs out of
hit the Haiphong POL storage coastal installations and an estimated total of 120 such- .
areas, igniting three huge fire- waterborne supply movements, caicraft in North Vietnam.
balls and leaving columns of beginning In October 1966. The On April 25 and 26, in the
-, black smoke rising to 20,000 feetat extent of the ships' operations largest combined strike of the
the complex. "It looked like gradually widened, and by late month, Navy jets from three
we had wiped out the entire February of the next year,, a carriers faced heavy SAMMIG
Above y At world's supply of oil," one of cruiser and four destroyers were and antiaircraft opposition to
- see the smoke from as far as emy's homeland, in what became and nearby ammunition and petroleum -
150 miles away. Twenty storage known as "Operation Sea Dragon. storages.The .
,I tanks and a pumping station con- ." plant was a major manu
stituting 80 per cent of the installation Even by the end of 1966, with facturer of construction products
were destroyed.In only two destroyers at a time on. used by North Vietnam to build
: ". ; succeeding strikes, Navy station the gunfire had destroyed military installations. After the
.TheNorth aircraft swept far inland to obliterate enemy supply boats and barges raids, one pilot said, "If they
petroleum storages at damaged another 325, and effectively had cement made, they might be
Bac Giant, northeast of Hanoi. stopped all waterborne able to shovel what is left intoa
The results soon became apparent traffic between Dong Hoi and the bag."
: By July, no more tankers Demilitarized Zone. In May, with good weather and
were pulling into' Haiphong, be- Towards the end of the year, four carriers on Yankee Station
cause no storage tanks remained Air Force and Navy pilots moved more than 3,100 missions were
into which bulk oil could be moved in on targets closer and launched. This effort was directed -
pumped.On closer to Hanoi ahd Haiphong, mainly against electrical
the first of July, the North as target restricxionswere. lifted. power sources and MIG fields,
Part 2 of 2 Parts Vietnamese reacted with an attack After 48-hour bombing halts with repeated heavy strikes a-
against two U.S. search- af. the Christmas and New Year gainst thermal power plants at
(Editor's Note: Last week's and rescue destroyers -- the holidays, strikes concentrated a- Hanoi, Haiphong: Bac Giant and
Afterburner ran the first part Coontz and the Rogers -- steam- gain on stopping the southward, Uong Bi!, and also the Kep Kein:
of thisseries on. jet '''strikes ing some 55 miles southeast of flow of war supplies and troops, An, and Dong Lay airfields. At
against North Viet Nam in retaliation Haiphong. Navy planes counter- although the all-weather A6s often Kep on the first of the month,
for enemy PT boat attacks attacked, both enemy PT boats flew through the ceiling to eight MIGs were destroyed on
on U.S. Navy tin cans in were destroyed, and the ships strike major targets in the the ground and f two were shot
the Gulf of Tonkin and how the picked up 19 enemy survivorsthe -- North's r unitary-industrial out of the air.
retaliation became massive and first North Vietnamese Navy plex.In. This campaign was continued
steady in ensuing weeks. Also prisoners of war. one of the largest raids of throughout the summer. How-
run was a "deck" or small head During the summer of 1966, the spring, Haiphong was left ever, in July the carriers launched -
accompanying the article mentioning strike operations increased in without lights on the night of an unprecedented barrage of
"Ho's Hoards." It was intensity. In August with the April 20, when strike and fighter major attacks against: North Viet
supposed to read "Ho's discontinuation of "Dixie Station jets from two carriers attacked nam's vital storages bridge; ,'
HORDES," and sure enough, an ,*' three carriers became a 10,000-kilowatt power and transshipment points.
astute reader caught us up on it permanently..available on Yankee plant 1.1 miles northwest of the August was noted for the release -
and wanted to know what the Seventh Station farther north, the duty city and a 7,000-kilowatt facilitytwo of targets within the buffer
Fleet wanted with Ho's hoards rotating among the five carriersin miles east of it. Together, zone sanctuary along the border
which in usual usage refers the Seventh Fleet forces. the two plants produced nearly between Red China and North
to money or similar precious Yankee Station was moved far By September, working hard to 14 per cent of the national pow- Vietnam and the resulting
stowages. Which shows some- ther north in the Tonkin Gulf, take ,advantage of every clear er capacity. strikes against the Port Wallut
body read the paper anyway .) to provide shoner runs to and day, the carriers were averaging The pilots encountered anti- naval base, the Long Son railroad -
from the targets. in the central over 300 strike missions week, aircraft fire that became extremely bridges, and the Na Phuoc
In November, carrier air attacks panhandle and those areas around and they maintained that level heavy in these strikes, railroad yard.
began to fall on the,transportation Haiphong which 'were the Navy's ,until mid-October when the increasingly the closest made to the port Also notable in August was the
and power systems connecting responsibility.. foul weather',cut that city up to that time1.\ Navy's' highest monthly. loss, of' 1,
the major industrial The enemy's southward-flow of number almost in half.But during On April 24, 1967, the firstNavy combat'aircraft:'16. ;
areas in North Vietnam's vital men and supplies was drastically those months,they inflicted heavy strikes of the war against Throughout August and suc-
northeastern sector with suc- reduced during this period. Navy damage against the North,knock- MIG bases were launched, with a ceeding months, strikes were
cessful attacks against the Hanoi- jets concentrated heavily rail- Ing out 30 major bridges, more series of attacks on the I Kep' made against bridges rail lines c
Dong Dang railroad bridge and road lines and yards. At Phu than 1,000 supply boats or barges Airfield, 37 miles northeast of and warehouses near Haiphong$
the Uonfl Bi thermal power plant. Can a Hanckock flight hit a 450 railroad cars and 350 Hanoi. A6 Intruder aircraft from to isolate the port while not 1
After Christmas show- the air was and a "pause" in exploded like a string of fire- bad weather, 21 bridges were way, control tower, and main (Continued on Page ((0))
works -- "large red fireballs
January, operations were resumed )
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1966. and continued throughoutthe cars--heavy smoke--many fires
winter months.In and rail cuts," as pilots report g b Only 2ft miles from HAS Jax Main/ Gate

April, a new method of coordinating
Navy and Air Force ed.During April, May, and Juneof I & 1, 2 ft. 3 Btdroon Apirfatits
efforts against North Vietnamwas 1966, the aviators encountered .
fro $138 ...th
introduced, giving each service increasing resistance from all ptr
permanent areas to tactical Three aspects of the enemy's air
responsivility. The system resulted defense: SAMs, MIGs, and anti- '
in a sharp reduction in aircraft artillery. But with improved 0 elllllmataboR
aircraft losses and a general tactics, weapons, and
increase in success against the newly developed electronic
targets as pilots became more countermeasures, they overcamethe
familiar with the defenses and resistance. Figures availableat
landmarks of the areas in which the end of the year showeda
they flew. _.kill ratio of three MIGs for A P A R T M E N T S

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Ii Federal Wage System Begins, xf .


1970 Jax Survey ScheduledThe a .

-
Coordinated Federal Wage Service Commission in the development places a number of separate
{ System is now in operation in of a common federal agency policies and procedures.For .
some areas of the nation. The wage system. Since that time the first time, ,employees
first wage surveys under the new the Commission has worked with all federal agencies in the same
system began in July. The new agencies and unions to devise a area will be under the ,same pay 5- S ,
system will be placed in. effecton common system of job grading, system. *'" i iy 'll l
an area by area basis as pay practices and wage sche- The basic policies of the new
full scale wage surveys arc made dules which would ensure equal system were promulgated Dec. S
over a two year period. The full pay for equal work by employeesof 1, 1967. AFL-CIO President 555555
scale wage ,survey of the Jack- all federal agencies in the George Meany has provided organized e
sonville labor market area is same area, based upon sta- labor's support for the
tentatively scheduled to be con- tistically valid surveys of pre- program. Since December the
ducted during Jan. 1970. vailing industry rates. executive agencies and labor
In a memorandum of Nov. 16, The pay of federal trades and unions have cooperated in developing -
1965, the President asked the labor employees is based upon the large body of stan-

heads of Executive Departments surveys of prevailing industry dards, policies and procedures to ....
and Agencies having wage board rates for comparable work in begin operations under the Coordinated --- -'----

employees to work with the Civil the area. The new system re- Federal Wage System. CIVILIAN EMPLOYEE Recreation and Welfare Association
The first under the
new system were surveys inaugurated in members, (I to r), Rudy V. Gray, Chairman, John N. Austin
i IRD Lists CurrentMerit Job Openingswide. July in Montgomery and Mobile, and Floyd Linder prepare discount meal tickets for distribution

Ala., Biloxi, Miss. and in the to all civilian employees. The Civilian Recreation Asso
promotion opportunities Applications will be accepted southwest Oregon area. All wage ciation distributes the tickets annually to civilian employeesfor
currently open for receiptof through the close of busi- areas in the country are sche- use in the civilian cafeteria during the holiday period.
application are listed below. ness Dec. 10. duled for coverage under the new
The area of consideration and MPB No.1'74-68ReponingSte- system during the nexttwo years.
the closing date of each are nographer GS-5. Area of con- The objectives of the new Alphabet Offered as Aid in
shown. sideration: NAS, NARF NARTU, system are in keeping with the
MPB No. 72-67 Plan -grade COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT, President's memorandum in -
levels GS-4 and below, MPB No. Naval Hospital, Navy Commis- which he indicated that "The Ideas for Cash '"
79-67 Plan C all semi-skilled sary StoresNavy Recruiting Station policies and practices should be Preparing :::
positions pay level eight and Disease Vector Control based upon the principles that(1))
above. Center and Resident Storage Office wages shall be fixed and adjusted -
Area of consideration: NAS, Jacksonville. Applicationswill from time to time as nearly Congress enacted Public Law mony. '
NARF NARTU, COMFA mcrAX, be accepted through the closeof is consistent with prevailing rat- 89-198 Sept. 22, 1965, authorizing Keep plugging. If ore idea
FAETULANT, Naval Hospital, business. Dec. 5. es, and ((2)) there shall be equal all active duty military per- doesn't solve the problem,attackit
Navy Commissary Stores, Navy MPB No. 175-68 Supervisory pay for substantially equal work, sonnel to receive cash awards of from another angle.
Recruiting Station, Disease,Vector Industrial Engineer, GS12Areaof and pay distinctions shall be up to $25,000 for adopted sug- Let your department head or
Control Center and Resident consideration: NAS, NARF, maintained in keeping with work gestions, inventions, and scien- division officer assist you in
Storage Office, Jacksonville.Ap- NARTU, COMFAIRJAX,FAETU distinctions." tific achievements that contri- working.out details,if necessary.
plications for these positionswillbe LANT, Naval Hospital, Navy Under the new Coordinated bute to efficiency, economy, or Midget ideas can lead to giant
accepted at any time. A separate Commissary Stores, Navy Re- Federal Wage System a gain in other improvements of opera- improvements. No idea is too
application must be filed cruiting Station, Disease Vector equity and employee confidencewill tions in the Navy and the entire small to be considered.
for each position in which in- Control Center and Resident be achieved by the new stan- federal government. National security is-strengthened -
terested. Storage Office, Jacksonville. Applications dards and job grading procedures Current Navy and Marine by a more efficient Navy.
MPB No. 166-68 Industrial En- will be accepted and in the improved procedures Corps directives amplify the criteria Your suggestions can help.
gineer, GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Areaof through the close business Dec. for prevailing rate surveys which and procedures to be fol *Other people's gripes are
consideration:Nationwide.Applications 2.MPB provide for greater participation lowed. "As a taxpayer you are clues that things may need im
will be accepted No. 176-68 Budget An- in the survey process. ensuring that the Navy is gettingthe proving. Suggest a remedy to
through the close of business alyst, GS-7 Area of consideration most for the tax dollar when day!
Dec.. 10.MPB. : NAS, NARF, NARTU,COM- your ideas are adopted. Prepare suggestions completely -
!' o. 172-68: Digital Computer FAIRJAX, FAETULANT, Naval This alphabet an aid in pre Use NavExos Form
I Systems Operator, GS-7.. (Continued on Page 15)) parting 'ideas for award con- 124508. Your ideas 'can be
Area of consideration: Nation- siderations: evaluated better if you submitit
/ *Ask questions: What does it properly.
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I do? Is it needed? Can it be *Quit envying the fellow who
I II I improved or eliminated? gets an award. Turn in your
( : stti Believe in yourself. The ideas regularly and you'll come
\I ti Navy knows that you have ideas up with a winner too.

h that can make the Navy a more Remember to writedownyourideas
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won't forget them.
so you
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don't have to be original. Use all available help. Your
i Just so they're good ones and are past experience, reading and
f not in effect when submitted. thinking will help you.
I' *Eliminate unnecessary partsof *Verify facts with'people who
1 your job, such duplications, know. Don't submit half-baked
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Ii I Focus your attention on your that. is already being done.
i immediate work In
area. You wit
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your concentrated thoughts and ficiency and waste through your
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A delicious turkey .dinner, with Join the parade of success- ful suggestion program.

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Movies will be shown nightlyat --

the NAS Theater at 7:30 p.m. -
There will also be a kiddie mat- :
e't anti inee at 2 p.m. Saturday and a kuw'
,regular feature at 2 p.m. Sun-
day and holidays. The Hospital
'Theater will have one nightly
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field
': 4 will have two nightly shows dur-
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Matinees will be shown on week-
& ends at 2 and 5 i p.m. PRICE I
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; M--Matured Youths;
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BAZAAR -- Mrs. Thomas Wolford, chairman, and Mrs. Henry CNA--Class Not Available. BREAKOUR
Barnes, co chairman, of the Christmas bazaar for Jax #86
began collecting items for the annual sale this week. The WEDNESDAY, Nov. 27

bazaar will be held Dec. 5 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m, in Bldg. NAS: "PRUDENCE AND THE

716. PILL" starring Deborah Kerr
and David Niven. Color Comedy.
A/VG ((92 mins). RCA COLOR PRICES START ATi28888
Wives Treat HusbandsTo HOSPITAL: "BLUE" starring

Terence Stamp and Joanna Pettet.
Color Western. A-M/F ((113. S
Thanksgiving FeastJax mins). '
CECIL FIELD: "THE WAY
WEST" starring Kirk Douglasand 5N.t Shown.
Robert Mitchum. Color Wes-
-- Navy Wives Club Jax The program included atalkby'Bill tern. G/VG ((122 mins).
#86 held its annual Thanksgiving Boggs, from a local travel I
THURSDAY Nov. LARGEST
28 SCREEN SIZE
MADE
cocktail-dinner dance the clubhouse agency on how to help plan a
Saturday evening for mem- trip and tips on traveling. Information NAS: "GUESS WHO'S COMINGTO
bers and their husbands. onhow wives can travel DINNER?" starring Spencer
RCA COLOR CONSOLE
Guests of honor Included Capt. to meet their husbands on R&R Tracy and: Sidney Poitier. Color
and Mrs. Henry Cutler and Capt. leave in Hawaii was given. drama. G/E ((108 mins.)
and Mrs. R. V. Berry. Mrs. lax #86 will hold a Christmas HOSPITAL: "PRUDENCE
Stanley Cottrill was in charge of luncheon at the club at noon on THE PILL"
a
the cocktail hour and Mrs.Jimmy Dec. 11.DepeMdelt. CECIL FIELD: "IN COLD
Gibson and Mrs. Alvin Stone and BLOOD" starring Robert Blake
board members made arrange- Dental Plan and Scott Wilson. Drama.. A/S
ments for the turkey dinner and ((134 mins.) o lk1L'

combo.At SIgN Up
the club's Nov. 20 meeting, BegiNsMoNdaylax FRIDAY, Nov. 29
Mrs. Dan Devo was initiated as a
NAS: "FOR SINGLES ONLY"starring Color
member. Also Mrs. Alvin The Dental
new Department John Saxon and Mary
Stone, chairman of the Not-New has announced that scheduling of
Ann Mobley. Color Comedy
Shop run by the club in the build appointments for eligible child- Drama. A/F ((91 mins.)
ing across from the Main Exchange ren whose sponsor's birth monthis HOSPITAL: "GUESS WHO'S Value
and her co-chairman December will begin Monday. COMING TO DINNER?"
Mrs. Joseph Moldoon, explainedsome Appointments must be made in CECIL FIELD: "BLUE"
revisions and new rules in person by,the sponsor'or spouseat
.
610. "
the shop"for next year. The shop ,the appointment desk. At that SAiURDAYjNov.*"3 will be open on Tuesdays and time they will be given'a definite $449
Thursdays from 8:30 a.m. until appointment and furnished neces- NAS: "THE BLUE MAX"star-
2 p.m. and goods will be accepted sary materials and instructions.The ring George Peppard and James
on consignment from any- dental program insures Mason. Color Adventure. A/E
one on Tuesdays before 1 p.m.: that each child will ,receive an ((156 mins.)
All workers at the shop are club oral health examination, an application HOSPITAL: "FOR SINGLES I[ NO DOWN PAYMENT ]I
members and proceeds go into the of a substance inhibit ONLY"
welfare fund used to help with tooth decay, an oral hygiene demonstration CECIL FIELD: "PRUDENCEAND I
charity projects. and lecture,and den- THE PILL"SATURDAY Value-priced viewing I
Other events at the November tal health educational material.No .
meeting included Mrs. Bobby X-rays will be taken. MATINEENAS
from RCA!
Bradbury winning free dues fora Children of active duty and retired : "WILD WILD PLANET"
year. The chaplain, Mrs. Gre- military personnel who are starring Tony Russell and Franco
gory Lucas, was given $50 from bonafide dependents and betweenthe Nero. Color Science Fiction. Oh, so portable,
the Not-Sew Shop to buy meat ages of six and 23 will be Also, "SEA HOUND" Chapter ? '"' at a price that's .
and other food for ites for eligible for treatment. Seven.
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Thanksgiving baskets to be donat-
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and canned goods at the last six :'\) NAS: "LAWRENCE OF and its price ,js
meetings.Mrs. .I. N ARABIA" starring Peter O'Tooleand III I easy to take.Dependable.
Conly Ownby reported on Anthony quinn.Color Drama. RCA
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Phvllls, Harklns .
and Mrs. Warren t{. Lanewo
1 k' vn Wendell Jay Hall, an 43)) and with the Attack The and Mrs. Lazy G. Vincentand
CVW-15))
Aviation Ordnanceman School, Wing Fifteen ( WOl and Mrs. Cunis W.

Class B, instructorwasselected USS Coral Sea and her embarkedair Carlton. Lt. Bivins, USN, is
Serviceman of Quarter for the wing were cited "for exceptionally the Enlisted Personnel Officerand
service
third quarter of 1968 at the Naval meritorious Women's Representative;
Feb. 19,
Air Technical Training Center. from Aug. 13, 1967 to in Lane USMC is Adjutant/Personnel -

Sergeant Hall was presented this year while participating Officer, Marine Aviation

with a $50 Savings Bond and a combat operations in Southeast Detachment; CWO Vincent,

Letter of Commendation by the Asia in support of United States" USMC, is Supply Officer, Marine
displaying -
Commanding Officer, Capt. R. national policy" and for Aviation Detachment; and WO

Kline, during a ceremony in the exceptional professionalism Carlton, USN, is Phase Officer

Captain's office on Nov 19. enthusiasm, and" unstinting II, AEA) School. .
He was commended partly for devotion to duty NATTC said farewell to Lts

> j- "an intense dedication to duty anda McRae entered the service in Benjamin W. Capone, whose new
He has been assigned -
desire to March 1967.
and sincere
strong duty will be inVietnam. and Glen
; ___ t4 excel" and further for having to the Dental Department C. Mongeon who will be leavingfor

"all the attributes necessary to since August. at the Naval Station -
assignment
service- **********
make an outstanding Adak, Alaska on Nov. 30,
man.ItThe "Hail and Farewell" was saidat and to Cdr William J. Bobek

letter stated: "Being a the Naval Air Station Skeet leaving sorpe time in Dec. Cdr
"
'J most capable and accomplished Club on Nov. 22 when officers of Bobek will be Admin, Officer at

AWARDS Capt. George E. Dudley, senior dental officer, instructor, SSgt. Hall conductsa the Naval Air Technical Train- the Naval Air Station, Ellyson

NATTC, pins Navy 'Unit' Commendation ribbon on DN Kenneth. class with an air of profes-relaxed ing Center gathered.. for a cook- Field, Pensacola. Abelated fare

M. McRae during ceremony while DTI I Frank H. Cross, winner sionalism, being thoroughly out. well went to Lt Marion Pete"

I of Meritorious Unit Commendation looks on. These, characteristics confident and are prepared.coup.- Hails go out to Cdr and Mrs. Robinson and his wife Ruth who

led with his ability'to instill exceedingly (Lt.) William F. Bivins, 1st Lt. were'transferred on Nov. 1.

high,motivation and interest -
Cooks Avoid
Navy in his students.

.' His competency if further attested -

Stuffing Turkeys ; by his having won the
Aviaton Ordnanceman School,

Class B, Instructor of the Year
(NavNews) -- The stuffing which also has lots, of eye ap award and placing First Runnerup -

doesn't make the 'turkey on theNavy's peal. to the 1968Naval Air Technical

Thanksgiving Day dinner Training Center, Jacksonville
table. That's because the Navy Helena Swiss Louis "Instructor of the Year" com-
doesn't serve stuffing. The word -
is dressing and 'the dressing Bread Dressing petition.
He is an active member of his
doesn't go inside the turkey. It Yield: 10, 1/2 cup portions: church and community and is

bakes by itself in another pan. bread, (day old) cubed 2 quarts: deeply involved with the youthof

The Navy discourages stuffing stock, chicken or turkey 1 2/3 today through his participation k
? To avoid the /
turkeys. Why cups: salt, 1/2 teaspoon: pepper, in the Boy Scout Program. Mrl
o a
of food
possibility poisoning. 1/4 teaspoon: Poultry seasoning, Sergeant Hall, his wife, and
Roasting turkey and dressing
11/4 teaspoon: monosodiumglutamate three daughters will receive a
has another advan-
separately 1/4 teaspoon: celery, trip to historic St Augustine
-- it takes less time to
tage chopped, 2/3 cup: parsley, chop- sponsored by the USO.
prepare, cook and serve. ped, ,
2/3 cup: parsley chopped,
When it comes to variety ******.*****
2 tablespoons: spinach, frozen,
though, the Navy does itself cooked, 2 tablespoons: cheese, Capt. George E Dudley, senior

I proud. Ten.Versions of dressing swiss, grated, 1/2 cup: dental officer at the Naval Air
listed by the Navy Subsistence .
are
." Thoroughly moisten, all bread Technical Training Center pre-
Office, which counts those
with stock;drain..Add seasoningsto
sented two members of the Dental
for
among 700 recipes available moistened bread; mix lightly Department with Commendation LTM t* .
Navy and Marine Cooks. Many
but Combine 1a
throughly. ,
eggs ribbons and Citations signed by
originated at sea, like the Swiss
and cheese bread. I
vegetables the Secretary of the Navy last '
chesse dressing, a contributionfrom
Mix. Put mixture through meat Friday. .1
the USS Helena. Other
dried grinder;.use coarse plate. Put The Meritorious Unit Commendation .
dressings are enhanced by dressing in a greased two quart Ribbon was awardedto 't U. ,... -..-..:.. < "- -;--",; '. '.:: I
beef,apple, cream corn,-giblets,
casserole, cover and bake at
for
DTI Frank H. Cross ser-
oysters, raisins or sausage. 350 for,30 minutes. HAPPY HOLIDAYS Lovely Kathl Horan Is a sight to warm
Since few housewives' will vice aboard the USS Tutuila your heart 'as our December calendar girl. Besides being an Air
serve Thanksgiving Day dinner to (ARG-4)) in the Republic of Viet Force "brat," Kathi: has done extensive modeling in Japan. Thanks

a hundred hungry men, the Navy nam.The for Kathi's picture! go to the 315th Air
Subsistence office has reduced Building roads and repairing Citation read in part "for
airfields! are two jobs of the
meritorious
achievement in
several favorite dressing recipes Public Works of the pro- @
department
viding vitally needed logistic
sup-
to 10 serving sizes. U. S. Naval Support Activity, 1W$1)
port to continually increasing
For something different, but Da Nang, Vietnam, in supportof Qo
numbers of ships and craft of
with
extremely popular Navy about 200,000 Free World
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: Lease Before Signing. Contract ROMAN CATHOLIC- .. .tt'1 I


When a serviceman leases a However, the landlord has no terminate the lease. St. Edwards Chapel
I home or an apartment there are right to keep his deposit unless Remember, if the lease is
: some things he should be aware the tenant has caused' damages terminated lawfully, no penaltyor SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.
'. of before he signs his lease. to the premises or has left the fine need be paid to the land- DAD' MASS - 11:30 a.m. 1 .
Most leases will state the premisies unlawfully. lord unless there is some dam- SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.
length of time the tenant is obligated Every tenant should be certain age to the presmises.It CONFESSIONS - 5 p.m.- _1jr -u
to rent the premises. If that his lease contains a list of must be remembered thatit 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m. m
a tenant leaves the premises before all the utilities, stating in each is normal to permit the landlord TUESDAY McrtbV :
the end of the lease, he is case whether the landlord or to inspect the premises at Single Young Catholic Organ-
usually still obligated to pay tenant is responsible. reasonable times. ization------ 7:30 p.m.

either the full rent for the remainder Military Clause Were there is no lease
of the lease or else a between the parties, the length of U.S. NAVAL HOSPITALSt. -
certain amount as damages, depending The military tenant should insist the obligatin depends upon how Luke's Chapel ",.
upon the lease.If ,that his lease contains a mili- the rent is paid. ,
a serviceman knows the tary clause allowing him to leave If a serviceman has any ques- SUNDAY MASS -- 8:00 a.m.
exact time he will be leaving the the premises under the following tions about a lease, he should PROTESTANT
area,he should request a lease conditions: If the tenant received seek the advice of a judge 'ad- SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.
for that specific length of time.In permanent change of station vocate.
some cases, the landlord will orders to depart from the area --
not require a lease, and the where the premises are located; Base Activities List PROTESTANTAll
serviceman in these situationscan if the tenant is relieved from Saints' Chapel ONE RUNG UP Lovely
leave the premises by giving active duty; if the tenant has leas- Hours 'for TomorrowIn Brooke Bundy, who stars inMGM's "
notice if he his ed the arrivalin "The Young Runaways,
seven days pays property prior to observance of ThanksgivingDay
has at least one foot firmlyon
rent weekly and 15 days noticeif the area and his orders are certain stations activities SUNDAY r-' the ladder of'success.r .
he pays his rent monthly. changed to a different area priorto will be closed for the day. CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m. silo--- --eelY .
Rent Is usually payable occupancy of the property; or Navy Exchange activities that Bldg. #722 '
monthly, although weekly agree- if the tenant is ordered to occupy will remain open tomorrow include .JUNIOR CHURCH - 10 a.m. ;
ments are not unreasonable. If government housing. the Blue Jackets Inn from Divine Worship Service10. Traffic
the rent is not paid at the pro- Remember, even under ,the 9 a.m. to midnight; Qperations Bldg. #750 I j Ii r:
per time the tenant is subject to Military Clause, the tenant must Tower Snack Bar continuous; Junior Youth Fellowship p.m.
eviction. The landlord must give give the landlord notice (usually bowling alley, snack bar, from Bldg. #722. r :,,."'-,. ;
the tenant three days noticed 30 days) that he intends to leave noon until 11 p.m., the Candle- WEDNESDAY ] V lo'foIJS r

then go to court for a court or- the premises under the Military light Restaurant, from 11 a.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m.
der. However, the Soldiers' and Clause. The landlord also has a until 10 p.m. and the NATTC Bldg. #750
The following Is of
Sailors Civil Relief Act allowsa right to 'demand some penalty Cafeteria, Bldg. 554, from 9 THURSDAYJunior a report
vehicle accidents and traf-
sailor to suspend these evic- between $50 and one month'srent a.m. until 9:30 p.m. Choir Rehearsal --4 p.m. motor fic violations for the
tion proceedings in some cases. ) for the tenant's terminating All Navy Exchange activities Bldg. # 750 period
November 12 through 18.
Checking Damages his obligation prematurely will open normal hours Friday.In Young Adult Club 7 p.m.Bldg.I750" Number of accidents "
due this .
to military clause. addition, the CommissaryStore
This Week .
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Before moving in it is a good Termination of Lease will be closed all day tomorrow Christian Science Service -. 8:00
Total accidents this through
idea to have an inventory of the and will reopen Fridayat p.m. Bldg. #750O'Wives year
conditions of the apartment taken. Each lease can be terminated 9 a.m. Nov 18 337
This way if there is any damage lawfully in a number of ways. Number of accidents through

prior to moving in it will be Normally, a lease terminates November 1967 328
noted and the new tenant will automatically when the lease Prepare for Total number of days since last
not be held responsible.Most expires. Another method is under injury in a motor vehicle ac
cident ., . 32
Iaoolord quire a security the military clause, but remember -
deposit and in the Jacksonville a prior notice must be Holly BrunchCall This Week .. ''53
area it is usually $50. given. A lease should contain a ,Berry Speeding ., 14
1 This protects the landlord from clause whereby the lease will Reckless Driving .':2 ,
damage to the premises caused be terminated by death of either Going through Stop Sign '. 5'
by the tenant and,to protect him thetenantor, ,his'sppuse. Breachof The coming social for the Jacksonville Mrs. TE. Curry 781- Other Violations .j :32Twenty3six .
Officers'Wiv<*s Club will x'7584 or Mrs. P.E.,Speirer, 264- drivers '
unlawful of
against termination some legal obligations by eith- appeared I
the lease by the tenant. r'the I'tenant or' landlord Can be a Holly Berry Brunch,oh' Dec. 6716. before.theTTraffic HearingBoardat '
4th, at the Officers' ,Qub. It has been i suggested that the the meeting held ,on Novem'
Social, hour will begin at 10. Holly Berry Brunch would be a ber 21. Disposition of the'cases '

[oin America's most. popular :club a.m.The and A brunch Cappella at 11.Choir from goods convenient, hard time candy to or bring any canned other driving included and the parking following privileges: six lost a-

Forest Senior' High School will non-perishables for the NAS board station for various
entertain at noon. Hosts for the Needy :Family Christmas
periods 10
; ,were assigned to
event will be FICEUR, FAW-11,. Sharing Drive. There
complete
an eight-hour in
VP-30 and VP-5, VP-16, VP-7 will be a box at the Officers'Club remedial course
driving 14 received
and VP-45. Reservations will be in which to deposit donations. ;
accepted through Monday$1.90 This is a base project sponsoredby suspensions five ; 19 were given warn-
ings
l : ; were dismissed; nine.
i' Cancellations the
per Officer.
person. must Commanding For were fined (U.S. Commissioner -
be made at least 24 hours in ad- further information on this
)
: vance., Christmas project, contact the their;,commanding and none were officer referred for to-,

",', .. .' Chaplains 3052. office at Ext. 3051or disciplinary action.possible

Twenty-one drivers were as-
Mobile Homesites sessed 47 traffic points.
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_:; (!lqristmas FOR SALE rr'EASTAND MAKE MERRY ONmERElfRy The established Veterans special Administrationhas 'medical

.IJ teams to seek out and examine
coach.spark veterans with impaired vision so
it can provide all necessary medical -
t (( tub assistance and counseling.


..Jacksonville's newest Mobile RAY CARTER
H's the smart, to
way prepay holiday expenses, Home development. Located in
Ali you do is open a Christmas,Club account the peace and quiet of the

for an amount you,can,most easily afford. suburbs Coach' Park is the
finest in distinctive Mobile I
Then you save that amount each week Home Living.

and, when the club pays off next November, S25' Jniimmniiiimmmiiiiimnniiiniiiiiii[ ..
''you receive your Christmas Club check. Monthly ATCHR&ELLES.COLike new

Be sure to join,. you'll be glad I you did. $1OO Down .Yellow Ext., Black Int. low
Mileage Compare,. .t498|
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a trailer
COACH I PARK .
,' fully di.v.loped 67 CHEVROLET 4 DR. BEL AIR-
Ucbile 'Home community 27,000 miles, V-8, A/T., RfcH,
offering many advantages. Why PS Air Cond., This J I
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car. perfect
? lire In a crowded trailer park... 3.9 H.P. to 125 H.P. very respect. '
B1UU\TETT when. you can give your fsmily'the.p.clou.nees Only $1998|
of COACH PARK. Mercruiser[ 66 CHEVROLET IMPALA 2 DR.
NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVrLLJrMII".II. FEATURESNo Sterndrives H/T, V-8 R&H Stick Shift. This
: Car Ha. Had One Careful Owner. "
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Water ChargeNo SALES & Only 35,000 miles. '
rCOKMAk DEPOSIT Sewerage Charge SERVICE $j 1698
.U..A..CIl CONDONATIONNAS Power Pole Installed A.T. D 2 Dr. H.T. V-8.'
Large Lots-85 ft. :x 102 ft. up_ *- EXPERT REPAIR RR3H Air ''Cond., .W/W..
Room to breathe SHOP *
JAX FACILITY OFFICE Paved Roads Baby Blue Like New. j'j jyg[
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schools and MARINE
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Building 39 Ext. 3870 You Can Can OMJ.-Cb.ep.r'thlln you Like new. Special Price This
Rent
BOATS '
if TRAILERS :Weekend Only
Away from tae noise and conges ,. 5798
; Monday .. Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. -Qualifies don of the for city,Homestead Plus A Complete SelectionOf

r Thursday: 9:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Exemption INLET New Toyotas At This
Friday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m. Yard Lights MARINE Location

NAS Cecil Field FACILITYOFFICE SALES OUR BANK NEW FINANCE& USED ON CARS ALL

26 SoutH of TO 3rd $ I 3 t I 111i11111ll111WlU1W11111W1pVIlIIIlH11I
Building Ext. 226
Miles, on Ricker RoOtfPM85103 Hwy 17 Oren Park RAY CARTER
Monday Friday: 10:00 a.m.2:00
Military Pay Days 9:00 a.m.f3:00'p.m.p.m. 264-9835 TOYOTA

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: : .' Rear Admiral Robert J. Stroh, Assistant Officer in Charge..He
I 1 Commander. Fleet Air Jacksone. comes aboard from duty as As-
[ CECIL IN CAPSULE
sistant Supply Officer' on the USS
Barrow earned the award for Observation Island (EAG 154)).
"heroism and extraordinary He is currently attending the

CECIL When CVW-8 achievement" while commanding Navy Commissary Store Man-
recently returned here fromNAS Fighter Squadron Thirty-Two, agement Course in BrooklyN.Y.
Leeward Point, across Gitmo and flying from the Mayport- The four-week course is' conducted -
Bay from the main Navy com- based carrier USS Franklin De- by the Navy Ship's Store
plex, came under the command lano Roosevelt (CVA-42)). Office, which Is headquarters
M of Commander Robert H. Love- The 42-year-old "Phantom II" for the worldwide operations of
lace on Oct. 16, it began to pilot was cited for"courageouslyand the Navy Resale System.
single-handedly perform the brilliantly" leading daily Main and branch store opera-
theme of the just-past Navy Day: strikes and missions over North tions, economics of food distri-
"Navy on the move" Vietnam. bution, sales policies, commis-
Hurricane Gladys forced an sary accounting, management
emergency sortie from Mayport CECIL. SN WatlerE.JonesJr. procurement, store secutity,
of the USS Shangri-La, and in was named as Attack SquadronOne space management and personnel
less than six hours the entire Seventy Four's "Sailor of relations will be some of the sub-

air wing was aboard to ride. out the Month" for the month of jects that will be covered depth
the storm. October 1968 here Monday. in his classes.
Following an interrupted sche- Miller is expected to arrive
dule, the ship and wing then Commander E.M. Crow, Commanding r4''' ,
headed into Gitmo for a day and Officer, presented Sea- [" : ;
night refresher course in car man Jones with a letter of Commendation q:
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rier and weapons training. and a VA-174 Plaque. : ,
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They're home now', and swing ;
Seaman Jones was commeded '"
into more intensive training
for outstanding performance of l'
operations, according to a release -
from their organization.NAS duties in VA-174 Personnel Of
fice. He irresponsible for handling -

JAX .CommanderJohn all Temporary Additional '.,'t
C. Barrow, former skipper of Duty for officer and enlisted per- .t
Cecil Field's Carrier Air Wing sonnel.
I 3, was presented'the Distinguished MILLERat

.- .=., Flying Cross last week by CECIL .Chief Supply Clerk
CHANGE OF COMMAND..Commander Robert C. Manderville T' I (W-2)) Kenneth R. Miller, has Cecil Field shortly after gra-
.. .;.;.:.. .. ... been assigned to the Commis- duation from the managementcourse
Jr. Is the'new skipper of CVW3. He took command in cere- .... wftf "
.t sary Store here as the Resident on Dec. 6.
monies last Thursday from Commander John C. Barrow.


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WESCONNETT FURNITURE. .CO j jAIR v vfff a t

striking its facilities directly.On pilots encountered heavy opposi-
CUNDITIONERS tttl the 14th, a 1,150-foot high- tion from surface-to-air mis-

k.. NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES 1 w li way bridge across the Red Riv- siles and flak, and saw MIGs
er seven miles north of the during the strikes--none of them
r NEW & USED TV SETS t LiTf -
center of the city was blastedby engaged the American planes,
'h. NEW & USED REFRIGERATORS & STOVES. ;: :t A6 Intruders and Skyhawks however.

NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS f ti' {.,, from the Constellation. Two -Ten of the Soviet-built fight-

Freight, Salvage Easy Credit Terms <:<:::} }:; spans were dropped into the riv- ers were destroyed at the air-
:(::::::::: : field the next day as Navy pilots
I Hrs. 9 a.m. 7p.m. Come In & Browse M n r.. er.In October, Navy fliers continued returned to destroy the control

"" the pressure on Haiphong, tower, hangar, and two support
5326 WucoiMtt it 103rd 771-0750 BARROWVIP destroying all three boatyardsin buildings, this time drawing only
the city. mOderate' opposition from SAMs
LUNCHEON On the 24th, they damagedthe and flak. "I think we are run-

Tuesday, ,Dec. .3 rOOO-f: t runway and a taxiway ning'them,down"the, strike. lead-
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at North Vietnam's largest er'said. -
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The Cecil Field CPO Club
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.. d' I will host Judge John Santera. MIG base, at Phuc Yen, 18 miles Navy pilots spent the last two
north-northwest of Hanoi. The months of the year maintaining

the pressure against the MIG
If ) bases, thermal power plantsandlines
0 j of communication throughout -

Cecil SpCECIL orts North Vietnam.
Truce periods at the beginningof
1968 were followed by bad
4k-\ weather, but in ,spite of it, car-
Most important rier pilots continued to hammerat
'la' a \ in sports at Cecil Field is the and 7:30 p.m. and are listed in the key bridges, including those
)-2 2.! basketball well order they will be played.In .
dLdI ; '2.!a \ season now un- leading out of Haiphone;airfields;
'\ 0 'lacJ derway. VA-174 is still undefeated the second half of Volleyball power plants; and two new tar-
/
/ ... 0 \e. \ and now retains first placein Weapons and AMD hold the gets--a communications station
!
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/ "")9 0 '\\' ) the standings. VA-44 is second best records at this point, Wea- and a port facility near Hanoi.
.' 'l"t.. / with a 3 and 1 record and pons with a 3 and 1 and AMD with The port facility, 1.8 miles
.
( \J"': poJ\6 o \.c; / close behind is VA-46 with a 3 and 0. VA-174 won the first southeast of the center of the city
3 and 2 record. Next week's half last month.
e struck March
\ \ : .. was on 13 by Intruders -
'?> (<\ (\ Tonight: AMD vs VA-46, The Lady Golfers at Cecil from the carrier Kitty-
VA-45 vs VC-4, VA-44 vs Dent/ held an odd '9' event last Fri- Hawk.
\ /' ..,.., :' \ rf-C .1 Med. Thursday; VA-174 vs VA- day and the ladies who last week Navy pilots also flew against
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o TWo '
i 1\\.1.. .. t", \ .'O 14'\\. / 0 i r\:t-- 44, Marines vs ADMIN, VC4vs finished first and second exchanged targets just south of the DMZ,
'\\\'.\,0 / \!cR e\7i positions this week with where the enemy was bringing
\ o (\' e\\-\J'! AMD. Monday; VA-44 vs Betty Moranville finishing first heavy pressure to bear on the
,.: '-/ (,e\':'\ f ,, Marines, ADMIN vsVC4VA83vs with a 32 and Doris Shellman Marine garrison at Keh Sanh.
t
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f Dent/Med. Tuesday AMD with a 3312.Sunday .
P
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On
March 31
President
nt :' e John-
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e\'i \O \ '!J e 4' 46 vs VA-44. Wednesday; Dent/ event with Peter Henderlite and attacks north of the 20th parallel -
Med VA-46VA-174vsVA-83, partner Eldora
vs Beckley comingout
9 to begin the
following
dayas
,- \(\() Marines vs VA-45. Thursday; on top with a 62. In second
t- : "' c'b\: Weapons vs VA-45, Marines vs was Mr. and Mrs. Don Bradt a gesture of American will-
ingness to'make
tM% VC-4, VA-44 vs AMD. with a 64. Third was Mr. and concessionsWWW
"' i *Games are at 5:00, 6:15, Mrs. Joe Ropiak with a 66.

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Florida 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
CLUB --The Chief's Club arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
will offer a Thanksgiving Day publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
be received WITH the copy for the ad.
special tomorrow. A Seafood
Special for $1.25 will be served
Friday with dancing music by De Net Stri Cish .

Bud Clark. Saturday, Tommy
"C" will provide the music. Rite: MiiimvM charge J3 lines$2.00)


> Y "O" CLUB -- A Thanksgiving Per addltioHBl line ((4 words per line). . a 0.50
Day Buffet will be served tomorrow -
with the traditional roast .
fowl on the menu. Reservationswill -
be The Champagne ,
necessary. -
LAKE LOTS .JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1 Unclaimed Layaway
will be
Special served Fri-
lots on Santa Fe Lake. Qtr. NEVER USED
day and Saturday Large Mile no. of NAS. Clean
evening. Terms. Call Owner 387-7379. modern trailers & Apts. 389- Twin needle Zig Zag sewing ma-

FOR RENT OR FOR SALE 3007. chi ne. Makes buttonholes, fancy
ACEY-DUECY -- The club will Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & designs, blind hems. Pay bal.$25
offer a Thanksgiving Day Dinner FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE cash or $5 mo. Dealer. Free
: tomorrow from 11 a.m. to 5p.m. Call Powell or Mills, USN Over 50 Used Trailers. 8,10, home trial 771-9106 anytime.
12 wides. Phone 398-1126. Mr.
Prices will be $1.50 for adults
Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park
6437 Wilson Blvd.MIDDLEBURG .
Alderman. 4118 philips Hiway. .
and $.75 fol children. Friday Realty. Military-Free Notary. i
evening, Mark Castle will pro- STEREO CONSOLE
;_ka vide the music. The Five Clubs UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT Combination with. Solid State RAdio AREA '
will be on stage Saturday and 4031 Baltic St., 2' Br., 1 Bath "4-speed record player, 2 Big Branch Rd., 5 acres 10'
Sunday. The weekly buffet will Bungalow w/stove&ref Furn. ,;months old. Plus 20 recording acres & larger. Terms.. Ph.
be served from 11 a.m. to 1:30 Dining Rm., Garage & Space selections. Pay balance $67 or 282-5272 or 2825224.
p.m. Friday and from 1 to 9 Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8-5545. assume $8 monthly payment. HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER

p.m. Sunday. WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear Call anytime, 353-1946. Will de- Excel condition, 4 Br., 2 BCen-
NAS & Cecil 1 blk'w lof liver. No obligation. A-1 Music tral A/C & Heat, Redwood fence.
BLUE JACKETS INN -- A Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn. Center 1606 Main St. J Rolling Hills area 781-3680 anytime -

w Thanksgiving Day Dinner, with Apts. Newly painted, 2BR, LR, FOR RENT 2 DR. HOUSE, A/C, .
all the trimmings, will be servedat Kit. Furn, Nook 2 Car parking. Furn. Orange Park. Will rent to FOR SALE
..wCOLUMBIA the club tomorrow from 11 a.m. Water, Sewage & Garbage incld. TAD Personnel or Bachelors. Maple dinette set.4 chairs -
fe.*!!...... Ii ___* until llp.m.for$1.50. The Mach Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call Children and pets welcome,walk used $25.00.Copper .
5 will be from 2 6 387-2541 nites.or weekends Call
CUTIE Blonde on stage to ing distance from Grade School. tone dinette set-4 chairs-
Janet Landgard brightens the p.m. tomorrow, and Benny Lati- 389-0744. 5 Min. to NAS. Only $20 depositreq. used-$20.00
scene in Columbia Pictures' more and the Chantells,featuringthe ZIG SAG $33 T.V., Utensils, Elec. Blan- Phone Sullivan 249-2865 nights
"The Swimmer." You can see Hipps Girls will be on stage kets optional 264-6884.
she's well-dressed for the part. from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Admis- SEWING MACHINE GuaranteedDoes 1967 PONTIAC LE MANS
sion will be $.50. Saturday, the everything, Makes button FOR RENT PRIVATE Overhead 6, 3 spd. trans., Radio
Mach 5 will again perform from holes, sews on buttons,Zig Zags, Trailer Lot. 150 by 200. Call & Air, $150 & take over pymts.
2 to 6 p.m., followed by Phil makes designs, etc. Pay bal. $33 264-9642 or 264-2774.Near NAS. Bal. $1500. A{ work call Base
: ((7)I ) Kay at 9 p.m. Sunday, the Stan- or $8 per mo. Phone 353-1946 ext. 2139, after 5 387-4564
dard Production will start off at anytime. Will deliver. Noobligation. AZALEA MOBILE HOME PARK
2 p.m., followed by the Crystal A-l Sewing Mach. Co., 6301 Roosevelt Blvd. Would like 63 HD 74" FOR SALE
Cathedral at 8 p.m. Monday the 1606 Main St. to share park in friendship with 771-5332. MAke.offer.
Rowe Brothers will be on stage f you. 1/2 mile to Jax NAS. 15 "
,and'Tuesday.$he.t\eadenlY.Band, FOR: SALE-ORANGE PARK min. to ,Cecil Field..'Pot Luck, INGERGOLDEN "
formerly The Ravens, "will pro- 2 BR., House & 2 story dup. Square Dancing, Youth Club for 't, SEW '
vide the beat. furn., sep. build. Lots facing children. Rentals&overnighters. USED AS A DEMONSTRATORONLY.
2 streets. 264-9234 389-9226 Like new,4 dr.desk.Does
all this without attachments:Buttonholes -
65 TR 4 36,000 mi. Red, ,, fancy designs, blind
I OPEN SUNDAY wire wheels, Michelin tires.781- hems, overcasts, winds bobbin
0142 or Lt.Jg EhlersJax ext.2822 through needle. Bal. $41'or$5.20
home trials. 771-8211-
Free
mo.
DIAL TOM CAVINESS!
Dealer. 6437, Wilson Blvd.
If you would like to become a

Disc Jockey, Newscaster or An- FOR RENT-NICE 2 BR.
A recorded message'byTom
nouncer. Trailer. $87 per mo. Also 3 Br.,
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAYWe Ph. 355-4834.Caviness tells you how. Trailer. Both ideal forbachelorsor

couple. Boat Furn., during
f.*. them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspect* week. Also fishing & launching
FURNISHED HOUSE AND
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Ion. Then we tuned up. tightened, .and replaced .rythintthatn.ed.d
It. And guaranteed them 100.,. (or the repair or replacement House Trailer for rent.. Wescon- facilities. 15 min. NAS. Also for
of all major mechanical part.* for 30 day or 1000 mile a. Comeon nett Area, 1 block from fire Rent, 2 Trailer Parking Spaces
In and double ch.ck.
YW fllpGtllMoP3ts Au A1Ktl"! with above 2649198or
privileges.
I ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION "REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE house, convenient to NAS, Cecil
ASSEMBLIES ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Field' and Shopping Onters.5925 2649976.

EVERY CAR STATE INSPECTED Manor Drive.
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I I93S like 12' wide 2 Br. P.S. A/C. Has state insp. stick-
'i ACRES 64 VW Sedan . . . . S990 on Pymts.1968$55.17 new per mo. 781-3028 er. Call Dr. Cox 2423 NAS
>
> 103rd St.
!i if Jacksonville's newest & 64 VW Convertible. . . .. . $1095 Call Mr. Lane after 5. Dispensary after Dec. 2.

S most modern mobile homeS for 65 VW Sedan. . '. . .-.. $1195
.1 community inspection is now open Large -: f. .. .. .. .. II . I .. . . .. .. . . II
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j!L VERANO MOTOR COURT $ 67 VW Karman Cpe . '. ."'. . $1900 3 Lines Additional SO
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: Navy Chaplains Pray for Peace, .'I.( ,


Hi Bring Faith to Fighting Americans a


.. By Lt. Alex B. Aronis, CMC Corps, we are deeply grateful forthe chaplains nevertheless have a
special calling which enablesus proud heritage-of personal valor ;- .
His altar may be nothing more to be with sailors and marines under enemy fire. Throughoutits a p.q M r
than a pile of sandbags or table and their families to bring them history priests, ministersand
on the messdecks of a ship, but our friendship, concern, and rabbis have risked their ,
the Navy chaplain for 193 years spiritual resources." personal safety and sacrificed L __
has lived, served and died with It was on Nov. 28, 1775, under their lives to minister to mem-
sailors and marines in every Article II of the regulations for bers of their military flocks. t; k i4 4a
corner of the world, as he has the Continental Navy that the One of these heroic chaplains, BF :
sought to bring God to men and Chaplaincy was established. To- the late Captain Joseph T. a "
men to God. day, nearly 1,100 chaplains from O'Callahan, has a destroyer named qe
"This has always been our 47 denominations serve with in his honor, the USS O'Cal 9 4 y+
mission," says the Chief of Navy, Marine Corps,Coast Guard lahan (DE-1051)), commissionedon L- ; I
Chaplains, Radm. James W. and Merchant Marine personnel.Men July 13, 1968. Capt. O'Cal- _
Kelly. "On this Thanksgiving of Courage lahan is the only chaplain in the _
,Day, which marks the 193rd An- history of the armed forces to
niversary of the Navy Chaplain Essentially men of peaceNavy be awarded the Medal of Honor. a '
He received it for extraordinary 1 tY d
heroism while serving aboard the _
aircraft carrier Franklin in
March, 1945. His commanding
J U ......_.-. ".... tJ"" that "the aL };m
I officer said publiclv _
bravest man I ever saw was Chap-
T--
lain O'Callahan.
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Chaplains in Vietnam

Many others have imperiled
themselves to bring to men in
battle the ministry and concernof
the American churches they
represent.. This is the case in
Vietnam where more Navy chap- _
lains have been committedto _
shore combat in a single area -'----.-- -- ., ni. --
than ever before in the historyof
naval warfare. Since 1965 ACADEMY SERVICES Master Services are held outsidethe

(Continued next page) chapel at the U. S. Naval Academy .Annapolis, Md.BREAK .


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13, Main Gate. Ext. 3553 or 387-2811
I SPECIAL HOLIDAY HOURS :
(NAS JAX ONLY Now thru December 18th)
) Monday Friday: 0730 1800
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I 193rd Year of ChaplaincyContinued <':. ') -,, ,i!'<;./1. ,.M'.,"' :....,I'.,::'1f'!,, ', ,...,,'. '.\W.", : _<" ., :' 'f:. ,:


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commences In January 1969 to
more than 500 chaplains, approximately prepare senior chaplains for
50% of the Corps, supervisory and managerial re-
representing 40 denominationshave sponsibilities.Lead.
served in combat in Viet-
nam. Thirty-three have been Program
wounded and three have died. To- Another significant accomplishment -
day 110 chaplains are attachedto in 1968 is the LEAD
Navy and Marine Corps units (Laymen's Enrichment and Devotional -

there. ) Project, which providesa
"The chaplains are renderingan comprehensive lay leader
urgently needed and very ministry in submarines. A lay
meaningful crisis ministry for leader is a carefully selected lay-
our young American fightingmen man designated by a commanding .
," Chaplain Kelly says. "In officer to conduct appropriate t k

addition to providing opportunityfor services of worship and devotion p ________ '
worship, they minister to the when no chaplain is 'present.
wounded and dying, counsel the Lay leaders are trained to usea
curious and depressed, lectureon sophisticated audio-visual reference -
Vietnamese traditions, and system which enables
participate in civic action and them to conduct a variety of ser-
medical welfare programs." vices for small groups of up to
Off the coast of South Viet- 50 men. Initial testing of this
nam and in the Gulf of Tonkin, system has been so successfulthat
40 additional chaplains are assigned ten additional units will be
to carriers and cruisersof placed in Polaris submarines
the U.S. Seventh Fleet. Ships next month.
without chaplains are served by The ministry of chaplains has
"Circuit Rider" chaplains who go also been extended by the Per- AtL
from ship to ship by high-line, sonal Response Project in Viet- .
small boat and helicopter. The nam. This project is an attemptto Y $6 d
transfer by helos Is commonly establish trust and respect: 55
referred to as "HolyHeloHops." based upon understanding between ::1

Recent AccomplishmentsIn American military per- i'd
sonnel and Vietnam's indigenous
attempting to fulfill its mis- citizenry. Attitudes are modi-
sion, the Corps has made signif- fied or improved by explainingand 0
icant strides this year In several discussing the cultural, religious '
areas. First, the quality of incoming and social traditionsof TIHE"R : :
chaplains has been not- the Vietnamese people at Per- A PRAYER Marines defending Khe Sanh take break to lead prayer by Chap- I

ably high. Out of the many applicants sonal Response Schools. lain Ray Stubbe. .
for active duty In fiscal r
year' 1968, only 53.7% were ap- These are some of the high who feel that they must try to
proved. In order to be considered points in the activities of the be "all things to all men" that

applicants must have com- Navy Chaplain Corps 1968. But they might fulfill the greatness .
pleted four years of college, beyond these tangible programsis of their mission: to bring Godto .
K.Y.p D I
of the involvement of chaplains and God.
three years graduate study, men men to

and must have received endorse- _. .- --_._-,_. .__. :X:
for the their
ment chaplaincy by I .
churches. Most applicants have
also served In civilian churchesfor
several years prior to applying -
for active duty. ,
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Furthermore, chaplains on active -
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duty are receiving more opportunities .. >>
than ever before for f
advanced professional training.In ..II ,.. .'- /
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addition to the eight-week '.. .
Navy Chaplain School indoctri- F...:.,,,, I .
,"If. '
nation Course which helps !.::J'.r "
clergymen make the transition .
from-civilian to naval officer,the .,.
number of Professional Seminarsfor
all chaplains significantly
increased in the past two years. k w
Thirty-six senior chaplains attend -
the Executive Development Se son shopping
Seminars annually, and 50 chap-
lains a year attend four-week
See HFC
counseling training seminars,
followed by six months of supervised .. <"""+'"'..
training in their respective j, 48J"' <"", ,; This is an expensive time of the year. That's why we sug .
commands. Additionally, a new _. gest you get a Holiday Loan from Household Finance.
._ Remember, no matter what need wherever
six-month Senior Career CourseHOLIDA your you're
.iJ stationed, there's an HFC office nearby, where you can

,, _,_' J ...." ',,.'/>."" ".;f l \'. f. get prompt, understanding money help. Every year, thou.
/J :" ; ,, ) ,',>,<';f>. ,? /...., sands of servicemen borrow confidently from Household, ,
; ,. ..... \
f,', 1.%:;<<->.", ... ''. /j'.,:i: :'L.Q.J,:, : ':"'. ." because they like doing business with people who know
.
,,
.. ; their business. If you need a loan, see HFC.You're always

:t Stka.r _.._.._...._n_ non. welcome.
'
:I Before you sign on the dotted line, .
t CHURCH Gl STYLE -- Soldiers listen Intently ,as. chaplain know what loan will cost 'Ri
your
:'MOTORSPLENTY I delivers sermon in 'a field in Vietnam.. i I ., ..*r: ,
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tcktdultd monthly balances not tscttdini S300 ,, J7
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M 64 Simca. . i $440 I S HOUSEHOFINANCE I.

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'quil, beneath the surface, than
I! i Thanksg/vingMeafCanfieSoggySandwich tomorrow's. Perhaps the broth-
erhood of the hunt and of the harvest -
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that year. Such
By William R. BurJkeff, Jr. churned behind inscrutable'eyes? later, stealthier visit? Did some the white men, could launch a brotherhoods was strong evoke powerful
E, Were there those among the feathered pragmatist consider lot of lethal arrows between load charms against man's inhumanities -
Times were lean in a land of Indians that out of rustic military that the short woods bow, though ings of the weapons? to man this is a fact. Men
plenty when the Pilgrims staged, habit noted the weak areas of less impressive than the thunderous It is doubtful that the first facing winter that would deal
i, their first Thanksgiving. From the Pilgrims' defenses against a bell-mouthed thunder.guns of1r Thanksgiving was anymore tran- impartially with the tents of a
.
the golden haze tinted perspective ... nomad people or the log struc-
of history, the feast seemsa w '" r m. ,7 IX f tures of planters, men who had
woodland idyl, the stouthearted raised gun and bow in quest of
Europeans and noble redmen full larders with which to out-
sitting down together in a blazeof last the frigid foe -- those men
autumn glory and staunch fel might sit down together and eat,
lowship.A though the one breed dreamed of
closer look at the circumstances hunting forever through the eternal -
would seem to indicate forests of their ancestral
that the colonists' leaders were home and the other breed longedfor
staging a brave show in the teethof clearings, for smithy fires
a harsh winter with a better and the rumble of wagons on corduroy -
than fifty-fifty chance of blowing : roads.
i them right off their precarious This Thanksgiving many
perch on the shores of a vast, Americans will harvest the
mysterious and perilous land. bounty of the supermarkets and
1 Could the more prudent among feast from tables groaning beneath -
? the whites have come to table only piles of succulent foods.
+ after insuring that his cum- ; Then they will take their bicar-
bersome firearm was no more bonate of soda or whatever to
than arm's length distant? Were pacify their shocked stomachs
... there those among the sealers and amble into the TV room in
that wondered what thoughts time for the kickoff. That's one
abstraction of Thanksgiving..
Others will eat soggy sandwiches -

i REPAST..Hunters pause and share sandwiches. (Photo by Ray Stafford.) crouched in an artifical
thicket of reeds, neck muscles .
an Zion slowly cramping as they scan the
sky for a bulleting formation of
ducks. Or swig hot coffee slosh-
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ti with Country Club canny old Tom turkey with a
AtmosphereKitchens B C vs HOLY CROSS. BC BC BC BC BC HC triple load of Number 2's in his
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Things were tough for the Pil-
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service. 3'se times became history and the

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Turkey, cranberry sauce and football 1! Yes, I'd be willing to ,'
bet that this will be on most people's agerda tomorrow. "Comeon -
wives, you only have to make it through New Years Day: and you
can have your husband" back. Most Americans will be giving Local Man
p thanks tomorrow, but a few football gladiators will be doing battle Captures
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in stadiums around the country, and:! millions of fans will watch
the head-knocking on their living room television sets. '

, Channel 4 has scheduled a Win in Last Week
doubleheader one during dinner
; day for both the Chiefs and Oakland .
and the other will be shownwhilethe :-: ---
as they currently share the
"leftovers" are being con- lead in the AFL's Western Di- HM3 McDuffie
sumed. .The.winless Philadelphia vision. I Oth week winner Jax -- Whew, a guy won! It Long W J. Schneider, and P J. .
Eagles (don't cry too hard -- was getting pretty serious around Rodgers, but the winner had the
they'll undoubtedly get OJ.Simpson here lately when the young ladies closest pick in the tiebreakergame.
in' the draft) meet Detroit's Jax QB Club to Recognize continued to win, but the contest .
Lions at noon. At 6 p.m. the ended on a victorious note for McDuffie, a Jacksonville resident -
} highriding Dallas Cowboys host the men as Bob McDuffie, a 20- becomes, the tenth week
the Washington Redskins. (Aha, year-old Hospital Corpsman winner and will join five other
Cowboys & Indians)., Pick Um' Male WinnersAE third class saved the day for the men at the festivities at the
Channel 17 will televise the men.McDuffie downtown quarterback club Mon-
/ Texas Texas A & M game at finished 8-1-1 as did day evening.
Jax -- The Downtown Quar- school; Lieutenant Joe Kreps,
t 2:45,' a "meaty" rivalry you can terback Club of Jacksonville will a doctor at the Naval Hospital; R.E. Dawless Eugene Cook,W.H. . .
catch between the Helveston, C.I.
i two pro con- and this Miller Thomas
host the male weekly winners of week's winner Bob Mc-
You Gary, Bill H. VA reports that Spanish-
be Onheiber
tests. might more than Joe
the Jax Air News football Duffie third
con- a Hospital Corpsman American War about
(
t a "little" interested to watch Costa, J.T. Quinn, R. Munger, veterans
test, 'You Pick UhY. The invitation .
class at the hospital.The
the Longhorn's Chris Gilbert, was received from Pete mesdames who've turned G.V. Fuess, O.K. Foster, John 9,000)) average 89 years'of age. ,.

one of the nation's top runners. Kir ill, local businssman active the tables on the guys are Kay -
The AFL has
I lined for a tasty menu Navy-Leaguer, who is the Lehman, Ellen Armstrong, and h
up viewing tomorrow current Quarterback Club Cap- Yvonne Harvey. Th ladies'
" also. At 1:45, Kansas City'sChiefs
prizes had not been announcedat
meet the Houston Oilers. tain.This .
event will be the press time.Pistol
s The game will be seen on Chan- high- 'j\
nel 12, and will be followed by light of the season for the men
who won during the course of
the Buffalo-Oakland: Raider con- StandingsArmory
test. It promises be a big the season. ', .
JOB OPENINGS Featured: speaker at the Mon- 8-1
day night meeting December 2, MAD 7-0
(Continued from Page 4)) will be North Carolina State head FAETU 6-3
Hospital Navy Commissary football coach, Earle Edwards. VP-5 5-2
v Stores, Navy Recruiting Station, Edwards has been one of the VP-16 4-4
Disease Vector Control Center nation's very successful coaches GEM 4-4
and resident Storage Office, and the Wolfpack have been NATTC 4-5
Jacksonville. Applications will one of the Atlantic Coast (Con FICEUR 3-3
be accepted through the close of ference's top clubs in recent VP-45 1-6
business Dec. 5.Allapplicants years. Coach Edward's 1968 Club VW-4 ,. 0-6
must be careeror AMD 0-8
career-conditional employeesof won undisputed first place of
the ACC race Saturday when
the federal government. Application -
forms 171 or 57 for Clemson fell from the top by

I these -positions should be filed losing The winners to South Carolina 7-3. MArt E1# iY fOt ij$1id$ sr ...
with JEW, Box 22, NAS Jackson- who will be attending ..
ville Fla., 32212. the banquet will be:Charles .
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area's most outstanding high and donated the necessary funds bers of the Meninak organizationwith
school football game, FREE! for a new building and equipmentfor ( personal goals of selling 100
The contest is scheduled forJacksonville's the children at the Riverside tickets apiece) will be selling
School. This just gives three game tickets.
Gator Bowl
\ examples of their charitable Captain Spencer D. Wright / CASSAT A VINIfesiiyip
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