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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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pumping 1,000 gallons aviation gasoline in a trench around a scrapped F9F
: 'Light Water9 Cougar. Firemen then set the gas a fire and men moved in with the new Light '
Water. Fifteen seconds after the fire was set firemen were 'able to simulate :

; pilot rescue. Fire fighting experts on the scene said they believe that Light ..
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The first of 35 experiments to test the newly developed fire fight agent reach .
Water will cut rescue time from the flash to point where firemen can
"Light Water" was conducted here Monday afternoon. Monday's test began by .
cockpit by one half. The tests will continue through December 12. :
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: HAS Provides Busses





_,. For Annual 'Pal Day'It'll

Published,the Holt PublliUnf Company,a private firm.Opinion expressed by the publisher and write herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any:
military department The appearance of advertlMmenU In$fill publication does notcowtlitute an ndontement of any Military department of the product or aervlcea advertised.
VOL. 26 NO. 37 u s.NAVAL AIR STATION' ,JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA DECEMBER, 1968
I be USO Pal Day again for on sight-seeing tours can be
all servicemen in uniform at St. boarded free at this point, also
Augustine Saturday and the air busses for Marineland will depart -
:, True Meaning of Christmas station will be providing bussesfor from the parking lot. Free

transportation to and from travel will prevail on the horse
the nation's oldest city. (See drawn carriages and trailer
schedule below.) trains at any time during the day
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: Sought During Sharing Drive Thousands of servicemen' in. the old city.
their wives families' and girl Tours .through the city startat
: friends are expected to tour the 8 a.m. and will continue on (
:: The 1968: Christmas, Sharing Capt. H.O. Cutler, HAS, CO, is Once again the success of the city during the annual event. each hour and half through 4 p.m.
1:1.- Drive officially opened Nov.. 27 coordinated this year by Chaplain program calls upon the gene- Dependents of deployed ser- If your hungry after a day of
1 and will ,extend> until Dec 23. J.E. Dorsey and Ens. Randall rosity of the more fortunate to vice personnel can also attend sight-seeing, the USO will be
., The program,- sponsored by Parr. help out the needy of the Jacksonville provided they have their depen- serving free food, too. Food will
\ -' area. This year, however dent identification cards and be served from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.at .
l Chaplain Dorsey explained proof t their husband, is deployed the Lyceum, South George St.

t that the'drive'will'only be soliciting or, has the ,dut.PAL' .

1 1C ., canned jxxxj.J|tems,and m.oney. Sttt.o*. Post Offkts,
: contributlonsr the past used DAY BUSSES, .. ''' '
4 toys and clothes Were collectedbut Depart HAS' Barracks Exf.Nd' S.trriy Hurs
has been discontinued this "D" at 9:10 I a.m.
:.year.Each' Depart NATTC Bldg. 500 In order I t<> aid station personnel -
It. Christmas box will be at 9: IS A.M. in mailing Christmas I
mail, the Main Side and NATTC
stuffed with oranges, apples, onions Return scheduled
trips
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t : potatoes. canned foods 'and Post Offices will extend their .
I a gift certificate redeemable fora for' 4 p.m. unless enough hours, ,according toaspokesman j I .'
s fresh turkey. Between 100 and passengers are availablefor for the Post Office. -
150 baskets are expected to be full load earlier. NATTC's Post Office will be
I delivered on Monday, Dec. 23. There will be room for open Saturday 7, 14 and 21
r This year's drive, like last more than 200 personnel in from 8:30 a.m. until noon. Nor-
year's will be run in coordination uniform on the St. Augus mally;.the NATTC Post Office is
with the Duval County tine-bound busses. closed on Saturdays.
Council of Campfire Girls of Hours at the Main Side Post
America. Headed by Mrs. Mary All cars can be parked freeat Office will change from 8:30a.m.
Fr 5e + 1 Dunlap the Campfire.. Girls will the Chamber of Commerce opening time to 8 a.m. opening
'. ,5'> be, out In the 'next few weeks parking lot across from the and will remain 'open until ap-
iF- .accepting contributions from Ripley Museum on San Marco proximately 4:30 p.m. during the.

FIRST, QONATIONS '- Mrs. L..,W.- Graves presented Chaplain Jacksonville citizens. These Boulevard. Trailer trains going week, and noon on Saturdays.
Dorsey with a $100 check on behalf of the Jacksonville Of gifts will'be brought together at .

;. fleers' Wives Club as'the Christmas drive got underway. Capt., Hemming 6 Park between 4:30. The and
on Friday'DeC13.
i' H. O.""'Cutler HAS, Jax CO, arid Mrs. Mary Dunlap, Campfire canned p.m. food items will: then be,

Girls executive were also on ,hand transferred 'to NAS where they

will be added to the contributions. ,
'from',base' personnel. 'The.final M II'I
W-- : Capt. Turville TakesHospital task of distributing theboxes will ''I I ij ''II I Ik ,yw
be handled by Navy personnel
'aYd' anyone interested in giving a 6 wt
; Helm Today couple of hours to help out should t
f contact the Chaplain's office. r
f' Collection areas on the base e

.; ', Capt. William C. Turville,\thof' duty next,. month at the Naval will be. at all departments tea' r,
won the Navy Commendation Hospital, San Diego. chapels and other prominent
Medal his last assignment, ,place for easy disposal( ofcanned M
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Doctor Turvjlte reports to Nyf
command of the goods. I t
will assume .
Jacksonville from Bureau of Medicine Chaplain Dorsey also asks thatif -4
Naval Hospital during 11 a.m.It
" and,Surgery,'where he had: e
knows of a needy family 'r _
( ceremonies today. He will relieve anyone __ 0(11'P
Capt. William S. Baker served as director of the:Professional that 'would benefit from the .4

.: Jr., MC, who will report for :Division., Sharing Drive they should contact fps,
.. Among,the distinguished guests, 'his office at ext. 3051. r' a
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'. ;. in front ,of the Naval .Hospital' InsideEDITORIALS..Page
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t : '. this motnipg are, Rep, Charles' ,
E. Bennett, D-Fla.; RAdm. Robert -
O. Canada': Jr., a former
;" commanding{ officer ,of the Ups 2
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f.P. pital and' hOW head of the Naval *, qya
Medical Center, Bethesda Rear '
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. 'T. CIVIL SERVICE .Page 4
Admirals. Frank Norris apd
Frank B. Voris, from the Bureau

, of Medicine and Surgery; and MOViES..Page II
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,.. '" RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, commander ,

tJ of Fleet Jacksonville.. .. -
(' Captain Turville is a 'memberof WANT ADS. .Page i II l
the Alpha Omega Honor Medical -
Society and, is a fellow of .A
SPORTS. .Pages IS 16
the American College of Sur-
V.2. Capt. Turville geons.


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: iiii ROMAN CATHOLIC
St. Edwards Chapel

An American\'Tradition SUNDAY MASS 9 & 11 a.m.

DAIY MASS - 11:30 a.m.
C\r\ \ SATURDAY MASS 9 a.m.

Twenty years ago the United Nations adopted the Universal Declaration CONFESSIONS - 5 p.nu-
of Human Rights that expresses man's deepest beliefs 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
concerning the rights and dignity of every human being.On TUESDAY
Tuesday, elaborate ceremonies at the United Nations buildingin Single Young Catholic Organ-
New York will commemorate the 20th anniversary of the approvalof ization - 7:30 p.m.

the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. This same day has J_
been set aside as Human Rights Day in the United States.Of yVeAW $'MY.w' U.S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
course human rights are not a new concept in this country. St. Luke's Chapel
This nation was founded on the principles of individual rights and
.
dignity "r SUNDAY MASS - 8:00. a.m.
Human rights are an American tradition the threads of whichare PROTESTANT
inextricably woven into the rugged fabric of our democracyand SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00, a.m..
way of life. _.-. ..... ----.-
In this land which has served as a haven for downtrodden massesof
the world for more than 300 years can be found every race creed FINAL SALUTE PNC Ann M. F. Cunningham passes through PROTESTANT ,
and color of the world's population. sfde boys at the conclusion of her retirement ceremonies Mon All Saints' Chapel
From every country in the world, the hungry, oppressed and day. Assigned as the Administrative Assistant to the Mili-
disenchanted have flocked to our shores. They have helped carve tary Personnel Officer, Chief Cunningham retired after 20
and mold a great nation from a vast wilderness, realizing their years active duty. SUNDAY
CHURCH SCHOOL 9:00 a.m.
BldR. #722 .
HUMAN RIGHTS DAY AZ1 Crenshaw Named JUNIOR CHURCH -'- 10 a.m.

w t Divine Worship Service10a.m..
Bldg. #750

November ServicemanAviation Junior Youth Fellowship p.m.
Bldg. #722.

rt WEDNESDAYSenior :
Maintenance Admini- for reorganizing and Instituting a Choir Rehearsal 7
p.m.
trationmen First Class DennisT. new system of assigning control Bldg. #750 .. \
Crenshaw of the Aircraft numbers and maintaining the THURSDAYJunior :
.
Maintenance Department has awaitng parts status of equip Choir Rehearsal4p.m..
,; r'r P 11 been selected as NAS Service- ment thereby reducing the over Bldg. #/ 750 :
man of the Month for November. all turn around time and getting Young Adult Club 7
fondest hopes and prospering to a degree never before knownin Petty Officer Crenshaw is assigned Items back into the supply sys- Bldg. #'750 ; p.m.
the history of man. as the supervisor of the tem more expeditiously. His attention Christian Science Service 8:00
Here, and here alone -- despite what the critics and the gloom- Aeronautical Material Screen- to detail, knowledge of the Bldg. #750
merchants may proclaim -- a man or woman has the opportunity ing Unit of AMD. He super- 3M system and ability to handle p.m.
to progress and prosper through ability, initiative and vises 10 lower rated men In inspecting men and cooperate with associates -
hard work. every item delivered to are significant to the over- West Point SpeakerTo
America is still the land of opportunity just as It has been his department for repair. all efficiency of the Department."
for more than three centuries. Every man woman and child still After each item is tho roughly His hobbies include golf and
has the opportunity to earn the respect admiration and acceptance screened it is turned over to the fishing and he is a member of Answer Academy
of his fellow Americans and to climb as high on the proper production work center the Jacksonville Beach Shark
economic ladder as his ability and tenacity will take him. where it is repaired and sent Club. He and his wife resideat Questions SaturdayAttention
Human Rights Day should serve as a time for every citizento back to, Crenshaw who makes 5112 Appleton Street Jackson
look carefully at his opportunities as an American -- and to another final Inspection before ville.
honestly evaluate how well he has used them, Every Americancan re-lssuelng.: His department For his achievements AZ1 all sophomores. and
be thankful for living in ,a nation where Individual rights hamles'abQut 1,700 items_ per Crenshaw will awarded: a $10 juniors .in high school.I 'Sat.,
dignity and opportunity are a way of life. It should also serveas ,month.' gift certificate to the Candlelight Dec. 7 at 1 p.m. in Building.955
a time to redidicate ourselves 'to these principles and help In'a letter'of recommendation Restaurant and one free (Educational Services) there will
insure them for all men everwhere. (AFPS) Cdr. M.C. Premo aircraft main- portrait? at the Navy Exchange be a presentation by Army Capt.
tenance officer stated: "Cren- Portrait Shop by the Navy Exchange H. Morris an officer of admissions -
shaw has repeatedly. displayedhis and a trip for he and his for the United States
There's More to SeeBy leadership and initiative by family to.St.. Augustine sponsored Military Academy' West Point.
his willingness to undertake any by the USO. During the presentation the' film
assignment desire to accept responsibility Others nominated, for the "West Point-The. Army's life
plan his work and monthly award were SKI Fran- and your possibilities for admission -
LCdr. R.L. Roberson CHC see it through to an expeditiousand ces A. Capers of Supply and will be answered by
orderly conclusion."He AE3 Clifford A. Ayers of Wea- Capt. Morris and the cadet representative -
A professor pointed to a large sheet of white paper in the centerof was primarily responsibleFormer pons. ,accompanying him.
which was one small black dot. "What do you see?" he asked
the class. "A black dot," they'responded. "Do none of you see the
large expanse 'of white,paper?" Aircrewman Was Flying

It is because God is everywhere that we, fall to notice Him? I
Who put the power in the atom? Scientists are. learning to use
that power. They did not put it there. On 'Day of Infamy' at PearlIt

Who ordered the'courses of the heavenly bodies? Astronomersare
finding more and more of them every year. They did not putthem -
there. happened 27 years ago this but were unsuccessful." After never came. He.filled sand bags
Saturday a day that changed the flying the rest of that and for the
set
their
day up protection
? of the flowers
The of the birdswhotaughtthem The beauty ;
ways ; future of many lives and
many
patrol anti-aircraft
planes and for him-
returned with fuel guns
who gave them power of growth? Who put love-in the human heart? countries.
completely exhausted
Whence comes kindness and neighborliness? WhY.does a friend go and long self.Although
who
Anyone ever picked a
up overdue the
to battered trained for
Pearl they were
out of his way to help us? Whence, but from God, come these lovely !history book since that time, Harbor. Mullins such
recalls an
well emergency situation
things? And we say, "Where.is He? l knows that on Dec. 7, 1941 the just what he saw: "My first impressions there was a lot of confusionand

So :we see the) black, .dot, and say life.looks'dark. Why pot lookat Japanese launched their de- was that we didn't have rumors about'the Japanese. .
the vast expanse of what Is fine In life? Man's foolishness may vasting attack on Pearl Harbor, anything left; what wasn't sunk "Some said the Japanese forces''
have smudged God's creation with black marks but around and behind Hawaii. This act brought the was burning or sinking." were even preparing an invasionon
and far greater than man's dark sin is God's clean pure love United States Into war In the'' After getting his first meal of :the coast of California. The
for His own. In that we trust! Pacific against the Japanese. the day a cold sandwich,petty of feeling of the men was one of
There are many stories and ficer Mullins joined the being this
rest of extremely mad that
thousands of pages have been the
Written what men in preparing for another could happen to us," Mullins add-
explaining happened attack that night, whichof ed.
courser
early that Sunday morning. For t
one' man at NAS it still is clearin .... George Mullins remained in the
a AX AI Ft 'NE"VlSj his mind just what happenedto South Pacific until 1946 as a
j him. George Mullins NAS warrant aviation gunner and retired -
assistant athletic director wasa to the Fleet Reserve in

The Is young first class petty officer 1959.
lAX AIR NEWS a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
distributed each Thursday at the U. S, Naval! Air Station, flying with patrol squadron Just a short distance from the
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company VP-12 from Ford Island. Naval base Is beautiful,Honolulu,
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use 'In the 1 AX AIR "We left on what we thought yet it is still involved in' anotherwar.
NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs 'Office, Box would be just another patrol mis- Although showing no signsof
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub- its bomb shattered Honolulu -
sion about 7 a.m. Around nine past
lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Tele-
phone 772 3118 or 3119. we received a coded message is a favorite rest and relaxation -
that Pearl was under air attack (R&R) stop formenfrom
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries. by an enemy force. We Vietnam
concerning such should be directed to: immediately determined that it Today Pearl Harbor and Ford

The Holt Publishing must be the Japanese and about Island areoccupiedbya new generation -
Company 1950 Blvd.
Blanding
that time a radio came .. of fighting men and to
message ,
Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 In confirming it that the Japs .. .. .(1'4 "" most of them the events of Dec.

were bombing the Island," Mul- .., .... ...... I J. ". 1941 are only something they
VOL. 26 NO. 37 DECEMBER 5, 1968 lins recalls. ...... read about. In the bay at Pearl
"We regrouped our four air- stands the USS Arizona Memorial -
planes and flew out to seek Jap- George a. tribute to the men and
anese carriers and submarines Mullins women who lost their .lives that
day 27 years ago



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DALLAS, Tex., No. 2l( .. The equipped with the M-61 C'atlin i g
first flight of the new A-7E, gun -- the first installed in 1 w 1 1
latest: version of the war-tested Navy aircraft -- anti-skid '
Corsair 11 light attack aircraft brakes, and improved cockpit
now flying In Vietnam and many instrument arrangement.The :
of which are headquartered at A-7E initially will be ti\ .t* ::
Cecil field, was made late yesterday equipped( with the TF-30-P8 I t _
at the LTV Aerospace Pratt &. Whitney turbofan enginebut _

Corporation( plant here. will receive the Allison TF- 1t.5a
Pilot of the aircraft on its 41-A2 turbofan engine at a later r 1-

first flight, which lasted for :33: date. (LTV) .
minutes, was Bob Rostine, the AEC Thomas S. Carter raised t
company's chief experimentaltest { his hand for four more years at
pilot. Rostine reported the a time when many Navymen raise 1F
flight was conducted without incident their hand to return the final

salute as they are piped over _
The company is completing the side.
production on the A-7B CorsairII lie already has twenty yearsin
and initial A-7Es arc movingonto the Navy, and will start working -
the assembly line. The i toward thirty as a NAM-
newest version will contain numerous TRADETS instructor in the Iner- L

improved systems, reducing tial Navigation System of the new :i::: i 1
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the workload for the pilot A7E Corsair. (See above story
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and providing increased lenillnnlinllnmm '
accuracyof for details on the A7E.) PEACEFULMARSHALL
navigation and weapon delivery Carter, his wife Glenda and "I SPACIOUS & f
DOUBLE TAKES..Chief and Mrs. A.R. Robinson shared his final
the company said. their three children reside at i ACRES I fQ3
from he the side last week
salute
shipmates as was piped over at
Major change in the A-7E is 6532: Cooper Lane in Jacksonville *> 10 3rd SI.
incorporation of an improved : AMD, left, and Cdr. Austin C. O'Brien injected a personal note as I Jacksonville'! newest fli |
he paused for a handshake and brief word to each of his crew ina most modem mobile home |I
avionics system to achieve these CECIL AMS3 I It for
William
D. 3 i community now open !|
of command Cdr. Richard M. Fletcher
change inspection as
Numerous i your inspection Large a
gains. avionics units Sheridan is sailor of the month ;
,
1
8 44x75'lot.
succeeded him as of VA-12. .
skipper .
feed data into a central digital for VF-13. lie works in the air- i ONLY $35 PER MO. 1
computer to help the pilot put frames division, and "longhours i Swimming pool tennis court. 1
The Chief
Anderson different of
and Mrs. walked down
a sort '
his wide variety of rockets,mis- of shuffleboard court. B-B-Q I
work and personal sacrifice"were 8.
siles bombs aisle when they were married, and Cdr. .Neil Craig'or AMD suggested pit picnic tables will be |
or on target. cited as contributing factors ; built for enjoyment.
that she accompany her husband as he went through the your |
call =
Data are presented at forward the award. act today -
vision to sideboys a final time "for posterity. Navy wives are Navy too, I EL VERANO MOTOR COURT I'
level to the pilot in a AOCM Wayne S. Riebling of
Mr. F.S. Martin. Manager
and share the he noted. the honors?
hardships, "Why not
head-up display through which CVW-3 reenlisted for four years I 359-2924 \
he looks while flying, reducingthe with six four-year hashmarkson I t

necessity of looking at his his sleeve and another three .".."-".'.'-'lmlll..I..II.IIIIIIIIIIIII..IIH..-.-.--...for........full..........details....................../.........-...........-...........-.
instrument panel during an attack years on his records for a total
or navigation flight. Anew of 27 in. He'll be past 30 and
projected map display on the zeroing in on '31 when the sub-
panel will greatly simplify keeping ject comes up again. lie and his
l his plane on course.. A dop- wife and their daughter live at
pler radar feeds ground speed 5936 Wunding Drive in Jacksonville ?r
and drift angle information into .

the computer to assist in naviga- CECIL Lawrence E. Hoffman -

tion.Other ATl, retired last week after
I new features intheA-7E 20 years active service.A .
include a new weapon release retirement ceremony was +
system, Improved forward-look- held for Hoffman by the officers S

ing radar, an air data computer and men of NAMTRADETS. <>k i
and inertial measurement set for, man was presented witfva plaque( .
,weapon delivery and navigation from the Naval Air Maintenance '
information.. The plane is Training Group.

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Jacksonville Area Civil Service News ]




! Merit Promotions I

.y i 22 Civilians Receive


Donald W. Fone, Supervisory Industrial -
Jax -- The following station Inspector (gages) C; Robert E. Engineer, GS-13 and

J4eFniti employees have been promotedin Strong, Production Dispatcher; Warren G. Williams, Supervisory -
< accordance with the station'sMerit William E. Johnson General Engineer (A/C).
\ Promotion; Program: GS-12; Mildred S. Bowling Inspector
technician Other station employees pro-
1 Management
included Mickey A. Mc-
NARF moted
(typing), GS-6; Elizabeth D.
Information Receptionist,
kj1 Jacob C. Willis, Planner and Schultz Clerk-typist, GS-4; Millan V.
Carolyn Geog-
IJ"ft; GS-4 hospital;
Estimator (A/F Mechanic! ); Louis B. St. Petery, Supervi-
Computer
Peripheral
,GS-15; hagan
Aircraft Ordnance Engineer
Franks S. Bevan, sory aerospace Operation, GS-4,Data
Worker; OparL. Burton, diaries E. Field Production Superintendent Equipment
Bearing Reconditioner; Chalmer (A/C), GS-15; Tho- Processing; Howard J.Simmons,
Packer, Supply; Leila O. Eilum,
L. Thomas, Supervisory Production mas H. Rogers, Supervisory
Owen L.,, Military Pay Clerk (Typing)
Controller, GS-11; Brad- Planner and Estimator;
Office
Finance and
GS-3, Navy
shaw A. Terrell, Inspector Nelson and Richard K. Gross Claudette H. Barnes, Clerk-
(gages) B; Warren F. Merrey, Engineering Draftsmen, GS-f; Typist, GS-3, NARTU.



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Phvllis, Harkins
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'IT of Hins- the',area of draft card burning,
: Thomas M. Duff was the Airman Duff, a native Hose and to the service itself."

: second member of the Naval Air dale, Ill., graduated Institute from, Terre lleis to be congratulated on
Technical Training Center, and Polytechnic his participation in community
possible the first airman, to receive Haute, in June of this year where affairs. .
of
the William O. Florstedt he received two Bachelor ****,******
Award in the past three months. Science degrees; one in electrical aboard Cdr
Welcome to
Airman Duff, who is an instructor engineering and the otherin JamesS. McNeely who arrived
in the AOA) School, mathematics.
at the Naval.Air Technical Training -
service in June
was presented a U.S. Treasury lie entered the
Center November 27 Cdr
check for $50 and a Certificateof 19G3 but was in the inactive reserve -
Achievement on Nov. 26 by for three years of this McNeely will be the MilitaryPersomuxl
aboard the Officer I He arrived
Captain R.P. Klineduringaceremony time. lie reported
in the captain's .office. station in June. In addition to here from the Antarctic Support[
He earned the award for Surpassing being an instructor at the AOA), Activity, Detachment Alpha( via
the requirements for instructor School, Airman f is also qualified leave in Switzerland. His I : wife
appearance during instructor as a "B" School instructorin and! two sons will be joining himat
NATTC in the future.
mathematics. near
training at the Naval
**********
Air Technical Training Center, .**********
Memphis, where he graduatedon The Naval Air Technical Thirteen to some people is unlucky -
Sept. 13, this year. Training Center received a letter but to the 13: members of
The Florstedt Award was from the American Legion Post the Leadership Class who
established for the purpose of of Jim Thorpe, Penn. concerningAA graduated on Nov. 27 during a
providing appropriate acknowledgment James J. Bennick, student ceremony in front of King Hall,
for outstanding Navy of Class 847, AEA) School. it is considered a lucky number.NATTC's .
graduates.of the basic'instructor The letter expressed the appreciation ) Executive. Officer,
training. course. The letter for of Post 304 for Air- Cdr William J. Tutwiler, pre-
warding the Certificate of man Apprentice Berailck's1' services sented the class theirdiplomas.,
Achievement,,:signed by H.H.An- on, Nov. 11 during the Veterans He congratulated class, consisting -
derson,Chief of Naval Personnelfor Day Program held by the of members of NAS,
A STEP UP---Capt. Henry Posthuma (r) accepts appointmentas Education and Training, Dolon-Jones-Martino Post in the NARTtI, NATTC and Cecil Field
Limited Duty Officer. LtCol. R.P. Eckmann, CO of MAD, Memphis read in part: "As a three local schools in their com- on the successful completion of
made the formal announcement in a ceremony held recently. student of instructor training munity. The letter stated: "The the course.
Captain Posthuma, who'halls from Hettinger, N.D., has been a school, Class "C", your high Veterans' Day Holiday in our Honor student was ATNAN
member of the Marine Corps since 1954. He has been working academic achievement coupled area is quite meaningful and includes Oren R. Eagle, NARTU, with an
with your initiative as a student, several average of 95.1070.The .
with the AO School here fcrt'he-past: year., programs to com-
I motivation for instructor duty, memorate the occasion. Bennick class average was 88.30%.
leadership and overall participation unselfishly gave his time whileon
surpassed the requirementsfor furlough to assist in these ..............

Instructor excellence. This programs. Among other things, : :
outstanding accomplishment was he addressed groups from the .ft ,..ft-t.
:': achieved only through your con- three schools, giving very per- ." ":"::::;"\\'
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scientious performance of duty tinent, timely, and certainly con- A ..:.iJ., ,,, .,.r.
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VP-30 Shifts HomeportsNAS : :..... .. :
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JACKSONVILLE---The Navy plans to merge its two P-2 OF VW'S \;:
1 Neptune aircraft training units, presently located at Jacksonvilleand .a: Reasonable :
'Coronado, Calif., into one activity at North Island Naval Air NNNN.--..
Station, Coronado. The consolidation is due to a reduction in thenumber 5 STATE INSPECTED =
of P-2 operational squadrons resulting from the gradual '
phasing out of the Neptune in favor of the more advanced P-3: : CARS =

Orion.' .. '63 FORD. : ,. .1. $440 .
Ij 'The merger was tentatively planned for early 1969. However, 6-cylinder, stick :
on August 20, 1968, the Navy announced that one. P-2 operational : '63 ENG. FORD. $390 s
squadron was being inactivated in order to reduce expenditures in '
Fiscal Year 69. With fewer squadrons, the decision made 2-Door .
was to '
accomplish the move at an earlier date. 61 PONTIAC. .$590 .
The total number of P-2 instructors and support personnel on A Convert, red, .
both Coasts will be reduced from like new .
more than 400 officers and
Se son shopping? to about 300, all to be stationed at NAS North Island. men ': '61 OLDS F-a5. $290 =

VP-30, Detachment Jacksonville will be disestablished effective 54 MERCURY. $140 .
Sec HFC Tuesday. Of the 260 men presently assigned to this unit, approx- Ii 2-Door Hardtop .
imately one-third will be reassigned in the Jacksonville area. The '52 PLYMOUTH. $90 .
This is remainder will be transferred to Navy activities alsewhere, includ- NNHNo.. .
an expensive time of the That's
year. why we sug- ing the West Coast '
training unit, VP-31: Detachment .
gest you get a Holiday Loan from Household Finance. Island. at North We buy-Sell-Filtaece'
Remember, no matter what whereveryou're The North
your Island
Detachment will be .
stationed, there's an HFC office where augmented by about 80
nearby you can officers and men and will cotfduct all future
get prompt, understanding help. Every thou. and training for Neptune U 6566
money year pilots crew members for both the Atlantic and Pacific Normandy .
sands of Fleets.
servicemen borrow
confidently from Household, The Jacksonville
Detachment
because they like doing business with people who know graduated approximately :5,500 officers was commissioned in 1960 and has : Boulevard :
their business. If you need a loan, see HFC.You're always unit, composed of ten P-2 aircraft and enlisted students. The .
has
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GKIS' 7 TO 14 2-PIECE OftLON* DMSS SHIRTS u'EACH 2 Rulel oa
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SUEDE JACKETS long sleeved, richly tailored. + 2 fluid out,
JUMPER DRESSES White and colors. Sizes 'I/S t .
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Movies will he howu nightly a

,at the NAS Theater at '7tJO: ( p.m.
There will also he'a kiddie nut-

inec at 2 p.m. Saturday:' and a 1950 Blanding Blvd. Jacksonville,
regular 'feature at'2 p.m. Sunday for, publication the following Thursday. I
and holidays. The I Hospital published the following week unless the
Theater will have .one ni luly money order for the full cost of the ad must
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feature at p.m. field
will have two nightly shows: during '
the week at '!5io: and 8 p.m.; Cash. "V". '.''. ., ., ,o,
Matinees l will be shown on week- :
ends at 2 and ft) p.m. \ ( ). .' $2.00
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Ratings: AdultsC7-General; :

Audience--$uperior; -Matured; li.-ExcellcntVG Youths; -:-; ( per line). . e '. 0.50

Very Good; G--:Good; F--Fair; l

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THURSDAY Dec. 5 \ FOR,SALE Unclaimed Layaway
8,10, NEVER USED
NAS: "A,TIMETOSniG"starrliip I, : 3981126. Mr. Twin needle Zig Zag sewing ma
Bark v/illaims: Jr. aid ; Philips Hlway. chine. Makes buttonholes, fancy
Shelley' abracs. G>1.r Musical designs, blind hems. Paybal.$25
G/F ((100 niitis.) : cash or $5 mo. Dealer. Free
r IOSPITAL: "WITH I SIX YOU to become a home trial 771-9106 anytime.
GET EGGI:OLLu starring Dor'isDa' \ '\ or An-
: aid L'rian Keith. Color message by 6437 Wilson Blvd. -
Q'mcdy. G/E (103 mil is.) you how.
CECIL FIELD: MTI1E PRO- TIVE"a MILITARY GUEST QTRS.
DUCERS" starring Zer'. MostelaiJ : AREA 2 Br. Furn. Apt. A/C Furn.
Dick Slta/rn. Col>r Comedy: 5 10 Built in elect. kitch. Will rent
A/VG ('T) mitis.) ; Terms acres Ph. to TAD Personnel. Suitable for
FRIDAY Dec. 6 ;/ ( : Families or Bachelors. 5 mink\
to NAS. TV, Utensils, Elec. ,
NAS: "DIG GUNDOWN" starring l ( ) BY OWNER Blanket optional 2646884.
Lee.Van Cleef and Thomas Br., 2 BCen'
Milian. Color Western. A/G ((98 fence. STEREO AUTO
mins.)<* I 781-3680 any- Console model with solid state
HOSPITAL: "A TIME TO radio. Like new, Balance $68 or
SIGN" reliable party can assume $8
/.R OWNERS
CECIL FIELD: "THE HELL Center mo. payments.Call anytime 353- .
WITH HEROES" starring Rod : 1946. Will deliver without oblKgallon. :
CARS, INC.
Taylor and Claudia Cardinale. : 388-0428 1606 Main St. ;.,
Color Action. A-M/VG ((110 [
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mins.) ( ) FOR RENT i.
SEW 2 Br. House Unfurn., $80. -4714J'
SATURDAY Dec. 7
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desk. Does all Irvington St., 355-6639. |
NAS: "TltE GRADUATE" : -
starring, Am: Brancroft a.'d. Dustin blind hems, HOUSE FOR SALE
Hoffman. Color Cjtnedv// I I bobbin through Central Heat & A/C, 3 BR.,'".
Drama.. A-M/E ((113 rntns.) or $5.20 mo. 2 Ba. Pan. Den. 7907 Lancia '
HOSPITAL: "[3IG GUNOOINuCECIL 771-8211 472-0552. *
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FIELD: ",'/rm SIX Blvd..

,YOU GET(,EGGROLV"e., ., .,;,. J l { ( ... 1962 COMET FOR-SALE

I ,.y.: .SATURDAY, ,MATINEE ) .PARK NAS.Ideal 2 Dr., Sedan,-6-cyl., Good Tires.''s
22 mi/gal. Runs good. 772-0052
(HAS: "DOUULE TROUBLE" J74 dr ext. 323432,15d : Call EV-
starring Aniette Day aid. Elvis 73356 after G j P.M.
Presley. C' 1 1)1' Musical FOR SALE-WHITE HEAVY
"SEA HOUND", Chapter 8. ((105 OPEN SUNDAY '65 VOLKSWAGEN Duty Sewing Machine In case.
mitts.)' Excellent Cond. Recently over- $40 Remington Office Writer
SUNDAY Dec. 8 hauled. Must sell within 30 days. Typewriter, $25. 2 End, 1 Cocktail : -
"- Yours for $950. Ph. 246-6559. Table. Limed Oak, needs
.NAS: "ASSIGNENT K" starr'Iig -
refinishing. All 3 $30. 771-7217
Stephen ;T-oyd: and Camilla SINGER AUTO. $62
Sparv. C'11 r Me.o/Drama. Sewing''Machine. Guaranteed.Zig 15 FT. TRAVEL TRAILER *
A-M/G ((105 rnins) Zags, makes designs, etc. Sewson
Tires
Tag-New PanelingBrowngas
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY
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HOSPITAL. : "TIE; A- buttons, makes button holes, stove, Icebox. Sleeps 5. 772-
DUATE"HQNDA. *. f.*. them the VW 16 point Salty and Performance Inspect pay balance $62 or assume $8 osas.
Ion. Then we tuned up. tightened end repUced ererythlnc that mo. payments. Phone 353-1946
And them 1007. for the repair or replacementof
needed It. guaranteed
all major mechanical parts for 30 days or 1000 mile*. Come anytime. Will deliver No obli- FENDER BASS WITH FENDER
on In and double check. gation 1606 Main Street. BASSMAN AMP and Speakers;
ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE 'FRONT AXLE 771-6245. .
MONTESAI I ASSEMBLIES*BRAKE SYSTEM "ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 12' WIDE :3 UR. NEW MOON
EVERY CAR STATE INSPECTED tC $59.41
MOTORCYCLES assume payments > per FOR RENT
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month. Call 781-3028.
63 VW sedan. .. '. .' ., . .. .- $895 3921! Lane Ave., S. 3Br., 2Ba.
Fain. Rm., Fplc., BIRO Dishwasher

:M < 64 VW Convertible: .' ., '.' '. '. '$1095 19C7 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE Refrig., C/Ht & Air. '
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: 2 Dr. Sedan, 6400 mi. Like new.
r\l)' 65 VW Sedan. . . .. . $1195 Must ,be sold to highest ,bidder. 2$190 Car Mon.Gar., 6 ft. fenced yd.

66 VW Sedan . . . . .' '. $1390 For details Ca11772-2218.Week- 264.241110x55.. Orange Park Realty,,.

MOTORS and 67 VW Sedan. . .' ':.,' ....", '. $1650 days before 4:30 p.m.BAsfHJI"PlJPpmS .
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68 VW Sedans. . . .'rf.'I,'.I.. :': .S. ? : ; A.K.C. REG. () : MO. HOME W/ 10x20

CYCLES CO. 66 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. . ...;. ..\ o" $1795 No'bark, No odor. Will be ready Screened Lot 647. 771-8707.Room, Holiday Estates.

See Honda s Hot "350 67 VW Karman Cpe. . . . $1900 for Xmas. 768-6408.

66 VW Squareback. . : "..: :- .$1650
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4949 BlandingPH .
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Bake Now, and rolls. bring it Indoors. Hot water
.. Cookies also may be baked will be absorbed faster by the
Give Later weeks before and packed in tins. new. cut then cold.
Double or triple your favorite Make ,sure all decorations are
recipes, filling the family cookie fireproof and all lighting equip-
WASH. (FAMILY EDITOR) jar at the same time. After pack- ment is in good condition and
Christmas is complicated enough ing the cookies be sure to hide approved by Underwriter La-
without waiting until the last the tins if you have a hungry boratories. Place the tree in a
minute to do all your cooking.And family -- or your gifts may be corner, away from exits, radia-
products from the kitchen make non-existent when Christmas tors and the fireplace. Fill the
welcome gifts for teachers, de- rolls around. holder with more water. And be
liveryman and casual acquain- sure the lights are turned pff
tances. Treat Your before you go to bed or leave
If you didn't make any jam or the house. W
pickle any tomatoes this summer, Tree with Care
don't despair. Homemade Send GiftsThrough
breads, rolls and cakes are easyto M
make, wrap, and freeze. By Freshly cut, or old and dry, USO
making a few loaves bread each Christmas trees are potentialfire
week, for instance, your entire hazards. A fresh tree will Sixteen USO clubs are operating -
I list will be covered before the burn almost as quickly as one in Vietnam, and all will ac
.... holidays begin. which has been cut for weeks; it cept packages for servicemenin
When the bread is cool, wrapIt just takes a little longer to get Vietnam from people who want
in foil and freeze. Then all started. Obviously, certain pre- to donate gifts., A list and information -
that is left to do is to put a cautions are a necessity.Cut on how to mail the par-
ribbon around the loaf and pre- the trunk at an angle when cels is available from your
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pellant also are greatly in demand or aging grandmother,- It's just with,an angel,or any! ",.other small,
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and checker sets, ,decks of cards be 'a best seller at a church ture, use the following:
and other pocket games; prerecorded ;- bazaar boutique.. _
Join America's most popular club musical tapes and poster- 'To make the Popcorn Ball Easy Popcorn
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scapes. ((3-inch) popcorn ball, five or, six 1/2 cup popcorn .
Other priority gifts might be ((2-inch) popcorn balls and'sevenor Heat margarine in deep pan
I key cases, small mirrors, foam eight ((1-inch) popcorn balls. ,over medium-high heat. (Margarine -
insoles, soap and toothbrushes, Dot the larger balls with red will begin to bubble and
nail clippers, combs, deodorant cinnamon candies and silverdra- then stop.) Add one corn kernel .
and assorted personal and recreational gees and wrap the balls in plas-, to test temperature of margarine.
items.Overseas. tic film. Select an inexpensive When it pops,add remaining corn.
Airmail flower pot or' wrap a cottage Reduce heat to medium.\ Partially '
cheese container ,with} decora- cover pan and shake fre.-
Deadline NearsThe tive paper. Fill the' container quently' until popping stops. Re' ,
with styrofoam from the florist move popped corn from pan and
deadline for sending pack- and top with two paper doilies. serve without the addition of
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bout eight inches long and stickit
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until Dec. 11. then insert the other end into
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the mailing and return address inch) balls and 21/2 inch) pieces -
should be placed inside the pack- of wire for the ((1-inch) popcorn -
It's the smart way to prepay holiday expenses.All balls. Stick the balls into
you do is open a Christmas Club account age.Don't miss this final holiday the arrangement with the me- 16 Shopping Day:
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I Around NAS Jacksonville : : brief for squadron officers a tour Ham B. Keith has been assigned ,
of the new hangar and a trip to a to the Navy Exchange here as
local Bodega. the Assistant Navy Exchange Of-
Marine Brks. PATRON Five is under the ficer. He will come aboard
Officers' Wive's Club. Five, a unit of, Fleet Air Wing command of Cdr. John R. Far- from duty on the\ Repair Ship
Winner of a second watercolorwas Eleven home based at NAS are ,rell. -_ USS Amphion.
Sgt. Maj. Ralph W. Bohne took Lt. L.L. Seldon of VP-16. presently operating with the U.S. Assistant" NX Officer :
over duties in the Marine Barracks The drawing took place at the Sixth Fleet out of Rota. RAY '
on ,Nov. 27 when he relieved VP-16 Farewell Party Wednes- Capt. Honour's visit included a Chief Supply Clerk W-2 Wil- CAR RIIflhIflIHiJmwiirnInllllu
Sgt. Maj J William L. Goss.
Sgt. Maj. Bohne reported day.The painting won by Mrs.
aboard NAS from 5th Shore Party Wright pictured a P3 Orion flying -
Bn., 5th Div., Camp Pendleton.lie over a picturesque scene in -.............-.... b.
Is married to the former Naples Italy.Bangkok Are You Tired Of Tint '
Edna Tafoya and lives in Jack- Thailand was the sub- 66
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sonville with his wife and daughter ject of the second painting, with CHIEF lUMP aid THUMP V-6. Meg. Wheel. RfcH. Like

Marlene.Sgt.. a P3 flying over that nation's f IRE GO. I In-. Your Tire? N.w. Specie Pnc. $2998
Bohne plans to reenlistin country side.
Our Premium 4 Ply 67 CHEVROLET DR. BEL AIR.
Feb.
FAETU 27.060 mile*. V-8. A/T.. Ra.H.
Sgt. Maj. Goss is currently POLYESTER Cord Tire PS Air Cond., This car p.rf.ct In
awaiting results of Physical AECS James D. Moorhead a every respect. Only 1998|
does NONE of that
Evaluation Board prior to his veteran with 17 years IntheNavy, Frita< jazz. 66 CHEVROLET- IMPALA 2 DR.
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retirement. shipped over for another four Parlaon Car Has Mad On. Careful Owner.
tour Nov. 19. lie his S plus Only 35.000 mU...
Soldiers PromotedCdr. year gave R.,. 17 5 SI 1.92 $1698,
oath to LCdr. W.E. Miller FAE- 1, CPO 7:00: x 13 size F.E.T. 6S BARACUDA 2 Dr. H.T. V-8. '
Elmer G. Huber com- TULANT Det. Jax.A Owner aU oth.r.ts.. porportlonetely low A.T.Baby. Blue R&H.Like Air N.w.Cond., .W/W.1
manding officer of the Armed native of W. Vir., Moorhead NO DOWN PAYMENT, of course 1198.| |
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two Army members of his Division in FAETU. with Purchase of 4 of these 'Tires! Plus A Complete Selection <
staff. With his wire Sarah Ellen,and Of
The promotions were ,award their three chlldreQ he resides .....................................................................................................................'. New Location Toyotas At This

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COMFAIRJAX Chief of Staff Fleet Air Wing Eleven,visited 5444 Normandy Blvd. 786-0721
Capt. Wright won a watercolor Patrol Squadron five in Rota, 2809 May port Road 246-4825 3530 Standing Blvd.
painting by LCdr. W J. Edwardsin Spain recently. 77M20I I 771-820:
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JOSN Brent Kallestad ;

Monday was a big day for the winners of this fall's 'You Pick
Urn contest and hopeful winners will have to cast their attention Servicemen interested in getting tickets for tomorrow night's,
to next autumn when the 2nd Annual 'You Pick Um' contest arrives Meninak Game should be sure to pick them up from their com-
again. mands or the special services office.

Charles Potter" won the first year trophy for being "Prognosticator ka The game will be played between two of Florida's top clubs.
of the Year. The other winners also received prizes. The hada
men Eleventh-ranked Vero Beach invades the Gator Bowl with a
night at the Quarterback Club at the George Washington, and the
9-1-0 I record to meet Jacksonville Englewood with an 8-1-1
ladies received gift certificates to the Candlelight Club.
slate. Englewood lost to Wolfson Thanksgiving Day and the
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Tomorrow night's Meniack Gateway Conference title evaded them, but the 15th-ranked

game at the Gator Bowl shouldbe Rams eye a powerful Vero Beach team, which possesses one of
one to interest all fans -- '
the state's most explosive offenses.
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military personnel can free
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tickets -- with two of Florida'stop .. ... The tickets have been pur-
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prep elevens doing battle. ," ,. .... Fliers Fall chased by members of the Meni-

NAS will also host the South : ',.', : nak association, and donated to
Atlantic Regional Basketball .., /). ,, L Jax -- Delta Drugs handed the military Installations In the

Championships the week pre- ... .:. > .. 'Y- .. the Jax Navy Flyers their third area. The tickets are for enlisted -
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ceeding the All Navy Tourney :, If sankthis loss of the Sun- military personnel only,
straight
11.... ;.1.. .. Jax -- Mrs. J.F Powell season
slated for here February 24-28. : ( putt to win the 1st Flightin day afternoon with a 75-67 win and anyone else desiring ducats
The two tourneys will offer top .. : ,... ::.:..:. the NAS Jax Women's Golf over the winless hosts. for Friday night's big game will
notch basketball to all cage fans. .. Association Match Play last The winners took a 44-38 be required to purchase them.

The 1968 intramural program [lJf' week. Mrs. Powell nudged Julie lead at halftime and edged past The game stubs sell for $1.50
with this Jax 31-29 in the last 20-mlnutes for adults and 50-cents for children
comes to a halt with the holidays Vitti on the 20th green
arriving, but the intramural victorious stroke. of play to hang onto the victory. *

basketball season began Mondayand Other winners included; Mrs.R. ,4
kicks off the 1969 1M slate. Jim Dorman of VP 30 re Knock 2nd Flight; B. Moran- I ... I
cclves MVP award from NAS ville, 3rd flight; Mrs. J.N. Howell -. .
Special Services unloaded all Commanding Officer, CaptainH. 4th Flight; Mrs. R.M. Harrison -
their tickets to last week's Houston 0. Cutler. 5th Flight; and Mrs.N .
Forida State contest. The J. Kozak, 6th Flight.
wild wooly high-scoring contest ., .,
was propably the opposite type Intramural AwardJax IS Presented
of game that Alabama and Mis- q%

souri will play in theGatorBowl, -- Top intramural athletesand ed to the lead in the scoringrace 4
December 28. The AFL All-
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team captainsalongwithunlt during early part
Star game scheduled for January commanding officers gathered at the season but late-season mis-
19 at the Gator Bowl will wind
fortunes the efforts of
the NAS Gym Wednesday as Capt. plagued
up the football season for area H.O. Cutler presented trophiesfor VP-30 and cut into the efficiencyof '. 1.1
residents, and tickets for that o
sports played over the last the 1968 MVP. Scheid who yl
contest will on sale at Build-
go few months. was instrumental in Jax Navy'sconquest
ing 704 shortly. of the east coast, par- ',
Individual awards went to Bob g
layed past soccer experiencesinto I'
Scheid of VP-16 who nudged outVP30's
football and led
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Mobile Homesites scoring title. Scheid finishedthe VP-16's challenge against VAP-
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FOR SALE season with 112 points, .'
followed by Dorman who had 94. 'o..o4lllll! O..o o..o

Ray Badvanonitz of VAP-62 was .

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I Jax QB Club Entertains Grid





; Prognosticators from Station.

The attending crowd hardlyrelaxed super-envious, tane; Edwardsstood ;
By JOSH Brent Kail as tad back into their seats before the onlooking throng

Jax -- Men winners of the when the quarterbacks went ,at it and immediately bolted into a
t'S 'You Pick 'Urn contest were again. The club runs a contest talk that electrified the gather
honored Monday night by the similar to 'You Pick Urn and ing. The highly-personable; Edwards -
Jacksonville Quarterback Club-- the winners and losers are pro- who incidentally is an affluent -
and in what fashion! perly designated each week. Oh, speaker besides being one
The local quarterback team it'd be rough to pick 'em' wrong of the nation's top coaches,combined ,- M1'e "M f1 h 4
captained by dynamic Pete Ki- downtown!II! comedy and seriousness to y ,
rill, launched the Navy men intoa The I quarterback club then completely dominate the stilled
in to the listeners. Edwards, who has
very enjoyable night early made its presentations
the evening. area's outstanding gridders of been at North Carolina State rIt
Kirill kicked off the evening's the 1968 season. Paxon High's for 15 years, candidly spoke on R tiA :
events by introducing the head fine senior lineman Jim Asian the subject of football and kept -
table, and one of his prominent was named "Lineman of the everyone delighted for the dura- .
teammates gave the invocation. Year", Wolfson's Bill Thompson tion of the speech. ,
"Back of the Year", and Team- Edwards, a graduate of Penn
> Entertainment mate Jeff Rouzie stood without the State with a Master's In Physical TOP PICKER Capt. H. 0. Cutler, NAS Jax CO and Dick
ti The contest winnerslocalhigh aid of his crutches to receive the Education, has guided his Wolf- Holt, Jax Air News publisher present 'U Pick Um' trophy to
I school stars and the quarterback "Player of the Year" award. pack to five Atlantic Conference PNI I Charles Potter Monday.
club members hadn'tevenfiI Following an introduction'that titles and has never endured a

:0 4.. ed a tremendous meal (whatta would make most college coaches losing season at the Raleigh Potter Picks 'em Best
steak) before the entertainment School. He assisted at,Michigan
;: and the evening really got off Lady Winners '. ,State,, under Biggie Munn prior
,. to a "swinging'start:" Virginia {:to' taking the N.C. State Job.
The successful coach has a very In JaxAirNews ContestNative
I Atter Keyes, local 'television Receive GiftCertificates He's :
' celebrity toyed with the crowd distinct and enviable record.
momentarily before belting out never been fired from a job,
7 a slug'of hits and wowing every- and that friends Is a major accomplishment Tennessean Charles A. wife Uicelia, comes from the
one from the guest speaker to in today's era of Potter, 34, Personnelman first grid experts hometown.
the Seaman deuce among the'You Jax -- The three lady winnersof fanatic football fans. class at FAETULANT swept the Eight other entrees won weekly
Pick Urn champs. The beautiful the Jax Air News football The final gun sounded at the 1st Annual 'You Pick Urn contests, but no person matchedthe
performer sang "Never on contest will receive gift certificates -J conclusion of Edward's speech contest's Initial prize. Champ's mark of taking the
Sunday", "Harper Valley to the Candlelight Club. and .the. crowd left the George Potter who correctly selected event twice. Three ladies upset
P.T.A.," a host of other songs Misses Kay Lehman and Ellen Washington Hotel Auditorium all ten winners In the opening the cart for the men during the
and her version of "Good 01' Armstrong, both Waves,and civi- with mixed emotions. The entire week of the contest and won again course of the season, but the
Mountain Dew" that i immensely lian worker Yvonne Harvey will event was undeniably a tremen- a couple weeks later,became the stronger sex prevailed with se-
pleased guest speaker Earle Edwards be honored in this matter. dous victory for the visiting possessor of a beautiful desk set. ven-of-ten. Incidentally, one Individual -
North Carolina State grid All three of the lady winners "sailors,"and post-game activi- The Prognosticator of the (no names will be men-
mentor. The lovely entertainer turned the tables on their male ties Included Warm, responses Year" received his pigskin savvyin tioned) missed all eight collegiate
introduced a group of talent following counterparts with "a little ''bit from' Captain Kir ill and Coach his homestate as a youth, and games on the ballottwoweeks!
I her numbers that concluded of luck" and somethng else'that Edwards along with several other enjoys selecting teams each running!',Oh well, he did.manageto
I the entertainment, with men don't have. quarterback club members.lob's week. He passes his selectionson split on .the pro"contests.

some fancy "plucking" on their ----- -- careful /analysis and the con-
guitars, banjos and chello. I tests he won In the Jax Air News USO Slates DanceThe
weren't the only ones he captured -
Support the Fliers, during his past football
USO will hold a Christmas -
\ $
The Jax Hill
Navy Oak season.
dance at the Snyder Armory
This year's champion comes
::1 Fliers and has 851 Market St., tomorrow night
from Oakdale, Tennessee
." USS Yellowstone vs. Pure Service Center served in the U.S.Navy for nearly from ,8 ,p.m. until midnight. Admission -
will be free for all
married and the
.13 He is
years.
,'\ 2:30 p.m.Saturday. convenience 6am. ,' military personnel in liberty uniform -
Open for your : ((0 p.m. father of two children; Charles -
., Jr. 7, and Kathy 4. Potter's or coat and tie.
: at'HAS Gym
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