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VP-5 Mad Foxes Win AllofAlldJ'HlfC' Aviation Honors< '1

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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 o f M cia'I expression of any
military department. The appearanc* oJ. advertisements in this publication does notconstltute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. AwardsThe
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VOL. 26 NO. 38 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA DECEMBER 12. 1968ONE

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Naval! Air Station

g"S S Jax was the scene of a visit
by Chief of Naval Operations

Adm. Thomas H. Hooter as
he arrived Dec. 5 to presenttwo
coveted awards to Patrol "

Squadron Five. x


The ceremonies actually In-' % ,'
eluded the awarding of four .

honors to the squadron. ., :"

The Mad Foxes were presented .,
y t d v. r on r fa'M the Battle Efficiency "E",
,
Captain Arnold Jay Isbell ASW ,
Trophy Award, CNO Safety and : ,
the CNO Maintenance Award. :
.
RAdm., RJ. Stroh, commander <
,
Fleet Air Jacksonville, made <
: the presentation of the "E" and
\ Isbell Trophy

ii: OTHER BOUNTY. Besidethe The "EA is given in recognitionof
tad S' t. CNO Maintenance Award, the ship or squadron which

VP-5 received (from top to scores the highest ,competitive
bottom) the Battle Efficiency"E" grade in operational and combat
within its By
readiness group.
the CNO Aviation Safety
winning this award the squadronIs
Award and the Capt. Arnold the "E"
permitted to display
1 _: Lt S Jay Isbell ASW Trophy. Itmarked on its aircraft and on enlisted
the first time that'the
; uniforms for 18 months.
took all four awardsfor
squadron
Named for ASW Ace
excellence in naval avia
tion. The Isbell Trophy is awarded -
annually and is named inhonor

_. of Capt. Arnold Jay Isbell who
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conducted a vigorous offensive a-
gainst enemy submarines in
World War II,, It is awarded

OF FOUR -. The Navy's! top officer, Adm. Thomas H. Moorer,chief ,of Naval 'Operations'' recognition. of""that antisubmarine -

presents CNO Maintenance:.Award'to"Cdr. J.R: 'Farrell I, 'Mad FoxesskippeffdurtaK'ceremonUtaboard ;:, ', '; group, ::in theAtlantic \

the, air' station.> In addition to:the Maintenance trophy',' the,squadron,received three.other ,highest Fleet, .which ASW.readiness:(ctemeimrafcjs: #&*.'#,Jthetj. >Vf;$**,I f'**,:*, 'J1 ;

awards. { r Admiral Moorer' first 'presented "


E-8, E-9 Hopefuls To Face Local Boards; + V r y which safety while is the awarded CNO retaining Safety for top overall Award com-

bat readiness. Commands selected -
for this award must havean
New Warrant Specialities EstablishedThe -fc aggressive aviation safety
program which contributed new ,
ideas in accident prevention for
Navy has, announced that it will require petty officers going up for the top two enlls'tedgrades the general benefit of naval avia-
to meet a local screening board for a preliminary personal interview before they can be tion.

recommended to compete in the service wide promotion tests. The new ruling will be effectivefor Top Ground Crews
those who will be trying for their first or second star off the February exams.

... n .I The Chief of Naval Operations ..;
The idea of screening tana, then the CNO Main-
E-9 candidates came from the before Feb. 14. The E-8, E-9 The warrant officer/LDO Selection presented
Award which to one
Crutchfield Board, it was reported tests are scheduled 11 days lateron board convenes Feb. 11 c tenance patrol squadron in each goes fleet for
in yesterday's edition of Feb. 25.Candidates. to select men and women for aircraft mainten
the Navy Times. Local screen- not getting the approval promotions. Those picked for outstanding This award is primarlyfor
take the test from the LDO will automatically given a ance.
ing boards will recommend to to
the work of the ground crews
commanding officers 'whethermen board will receive consul from chance to take permanent warrant that keep the aircraft flying.It .
or women should be given the commanding officer or some- officer status. This will give is based on the number of
the green light to take the top one he designates. The man will selectees a chance to advance in hours flown each month by an
exams. However, the final decisions be told ''why he was not recom- permanent grade while serving aircraft, the material conditionof
will remain that. of commanding mended and how he may improveany as a temporary LDO. the aircraft, and the inspection
officers. weakness in order to gain Under the plan,an officer serv- E P f a it receives.
grade
Bureau of Personnel Notice favorable recommendation in the ing as a temporary LDO who reverts : Cdr. J.R. Farrell, commanding -
1418 of Nov. 18 calls for the future. from officer status.would officer of VP-5, acceptedall
senior member of the screening In other new personnel moves -' be able to revert to warrant instead the awards in behalf of the

board to be a lieutenant com the Navy has announced two of enlisted status before : Mad Foxes. Cdr. Farrell remarked -
mander. It suggests that the additional warrant officer cate- going into the Fleet Reserve.He that his squadron was
members be ]least and of would have to take perma-
other two at gories a policy letting not out to win awards but
lieutenants, although commis- Limited Duty Officer (LDO) se- nent warrant status in order to through great team work among
sioned warrant officers(W-3 and lectees choose permanent war- revert [o warrant. ground and flight crews was for-
W-4)) may be on the board. The rant officer status. Those who turn down the per- L :. tunate enough to win the cita-
Personnel Bureau gives com- The new categories will be 'manent warrant would have to >, tions. He credited, all of the
manders' the Orion of assigninga explosive ordnance disposalandnaval serve 20 years with at least 10 :; \' ;Si'-; patrol squadrons with being of
master officer as communicator. LDO designators years as a commissioned officerin ; .' notch caliber.
order to retire as an officer. iS-- -'" top
an additional board member. have also been established t
Local boards will required for personnel ,who advance / Praises men, Families
to interview candidates and make from warrant to com- Addressing the gathering of
recommendations known missioned status. -Inside- I' f squadron members and families

St Admiral Moorer said "all creditis

II Red Darters Go West. EDITORIALS. .Page 2 due to all the officers and
men of VP-5 and to their familiesfor
CIVIL SERVICE. .Page 4 this unprecedented accom-
VP-45 P-3 Orions left the air _
Jay -- VP-45, the first Atlan- plishment." The admiral also
tic Fleet patrol squadron to deploy station Dec. 4, commencing the N A TT C. . Page 9 explained the importance of anti-
to the Pacific in supportof 9,500-mile journey to the other submarine warfare and said, .
Southeast Asia requirements, side of the world. WANT ADS..Page II "what your doing is most im:."
has NAS Jacksonvillefor Other ,three-plane flights departed t
departed and doing it '
another extended period of Friday and Monday. The Project Transition. Page $12 portant your very
well, it's a real feather in yourhat" '
Pacific operations.The remaining squadron person l
Red Darters, who were and equipment were airlifted to MOVIES. . Page 13 Each the
Navy makes the
deployed to Adak,Alaska in 196.566 )- Sangley Point aboard huge Air Christmas Is Coming. four awards year various squadronsfor
will be based primarily at Force C-141 Starlifter 'cargo outstanding performance in
planes last week.The Page 16
Sangley Point, Philippines, and the individual categories. This

':."'- will Utapao maintain, Thailand.a detachment at the command Red Darters of Cdr.are under W.H. SPORTS. Pages 18-19 year Foxes, for swept the all first events.time, the Mad \

The first of three flights of Saunders.
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Editorial View PointsA -. ". .'.' .
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,.' '\/oli/); ROMAN CATHOLIC
,St. Edwards Chapel

Job Well Done :'i\: );):! ,: SUNDAY MASS -. -'.9 & 11 a.m.

DAIY MASS 11:30 a.m.
SATURDAY MASS 9
tf/ a.m.
} i CONFESSIONS - 5 .
Since early this year we have been urging all members of the ;}: ,, t 5:30 p.m. & 7 p.m.-7:30 p m.-
Armed Forces who were of voting age to register and vote in ;, TUESDAY p.m.
'the 1968 elections. Through the use of editorials, photographs, ,
:'.Illustrations etc., there have been constant reminders to all : f : Single Young' Catholic OrganIzation -
- 7:30
military personnel of the importance of their individual vote. ': p.m.
"
.
At all levels of command and wherever American service personnel rl : ) ; ,J.
NAVAL HOSPITAL
U.S.
are stationed, the Voting Assistance program has been operat- l.ff, : .
ing in high gear to offer the most complete information possibleon ::11"" f St. Luke's Chapel

registration and absentee voting. ,
f.
Now it's all over for awhile. The ballots have been cast, countedand SUNDAY MASS - 8:00 a.m.

recorded and the people of the United States have indicted PROTESTANT
their preference. SUNDAY SERVICES-10:00 a.m.

, Apparently the emphasis given to "getting out the vote" within

the military was extremely successful. Of the approximately two- Cutler commanding officer, congratulates
and-a-half million service personnel of voting age, more than PROMOTED Capt. H. 0. PROTESTANTAll
lieutenant
1 1/4 million of them reportedly took part in selecting the new M. D. Burnside on her promotion to Saints' Chapel
commander, The ceremony was held In the captain's office

Friday.
,; SUNDAY
,."" .:. .
.. CHURCH SCHOOL ,- 9:00 a.m.

7"- ,r Christmas Fire PreventionWhile Bldg. #722 :. ,
'? JUNIOR CHURCH =-- 10a.m.
21' 'VVIV 1 A Divine Worship''Service -10a.m.
'
Bldg. 1##750 -
-- While Christmas Is, supposed Guard against flying
Junior Youth Fellowship :5> p.m.
r 18.sd to be that time of year for sparks from a fireplace with:a Bids.,#722.
F"
"' "Peace on Earth, Goodwill To- substantial screen. WEDNESDAY'Senior

e ward Men," station Fire Chief Choir Rehearsal 7 p.m.
o H. D.R. Moran said many families Toys Bldg. #750 '
rF experience tragedy each year ThIURSDAY'Junior
Don't buy pyroxylin plastic
during the holiday season. Choir'Rehearsal4p.m..
The tragedy often results from dolls, toys or nonflameproofed Bldg.,;# 750 -
the careless misuse of Christmas children's playsuits. Toys Club 7
Adult'
Young -
decorations and wrappings.The operated by alcohol kerosene Bldg. i'750Christian pm.

President., Add to that figure the estimated number'of dependents station's fire departmenthas carbide or gasoline are especially Science Service 8:00
who voted by absentee ballot and the total approaches two million. issued a guide of fire pre dangerous; they may upset 'Bldg. ##750MnniBiWHHBMniMHiuui
It is apparent that our military personnel were more Interested, vention cautions for use duringthe and set fire to children's clothIng p.m.
more Involved and more active In the election process than ever holiday season, to ,aid mili- the tree or the house it- -.H
..before. It's evident that the men and women of our Armed. Forces tary and civilian personnel and self.Look
:realized the value and the importance of their vote. their families Inhavingabrighter for the Underwriter,s 'I'':, '
;',. For all, who' met this vital responsibility' good citizenship -- and safer Christmas. Laboratories label when buyingelectrical Traffic. [
*Well Done.y '.. The Tree toys. This means,they I' .
have been tested for fire and

' 't; f .. ,On Stavng..SobArr.: When buying a Christmas tree, 'shock hazards and_may' be considered [ }I
.
,?,. "'. ., .: (J. ;$ : o\J. ,.J 'I" per'sonnelarewarnedof the dangers tained. ,isafe iif 'properly' jmaln-. LJIatons! ,
in that has :
-' 'W;,Cdr. L. J, McDonald*: CHcS getting .a tree .
<*- .. been allowed to. ,drv, out. ,Dry Do not set up electric trains '1,6\, L jl" ,{', :.''.. .,rf ,
'Infresponse to tjie'question, "How do you stay sober? I recently branches ,on a tree 'are highly or'. 'spirit-fueled toys under a The: following is a report of
;heard a man' reply; ullj st remember that I can not take one:drink flammable. Test the,tree for Christmas tree, where they motor vehicle accidents and traf-
lwltho; t'washing"tost' ,of the patrol cruise cars in'thls'county.::;tI am flexibility and retention of the, might be responsible 'for up- fic violations for the period
-,. an alcoholic, If I take one drink I Will take two if I take two I will needles. If the branches are setting the tree or igniting it. November 26 through: December -
...gei drunk.: If I get drunk I will be thrown into jail. If I am thrownr brittle and the' needles shed
into jail I will have to wash most of the cruise cars of this county.,' easily the.tree is too dry. General t 2.Number'of Accidents -

'''. This testimony; .an acute alcoholic before others sympathetic After buYi: orchoppingdownatree Do not allow smoking near the Tills 'Week i ,.' f .. . 3
because of sharing a. common problem helps the speaker to keep stand it in water outdoors tree, amidst decorations or Total accidents this year throughDec

: his sobriety. Your drinking need not be this heavy in order to be until It is ready for the decora- wrappings. Have plenty of ,safe 2 : ,. ,.' 0- '. .. . :349
an alcoholic.A tive touches. However, before ash trays around and use them. Number of accidents through
lady in the meeting stated ,that .she, had" been asked, "Why are setting the tree indoors, saw off Keep matches, candles and November 1967 . .. 328
you here you have'never even been in jail? the trunk at an angle at least similar open flame devices away Total number of days since last
Many feel that only the los -week-enders"the downintheguttertype ; one inch 'above the original cut from young children not trainedin injury in a motor vehicle accident -
alcoholics.
are to improve the ability to absorb their hazards. '. '. ; '. . 46
Just what does constitute alcoholic? The word alcoholic
an means
Then "
water. place the freshly Plan a primary and alternate Number of ViolationsTills .
anyone whose drinking brings sickness regret, despondence, lost .cut tree trunk in water and keep route to the ouside from all Week : . .63
opportunities, unhappy family relationships or grief and trouble in the water level above the cut the rooms in case of fire. Get Speeding . . .35:
general. To be an alcoholic does not be moral
mean to a degenerate
it does mean the person involved Is allergic 'to alcohol. entire time it is indoors. everyone out, call the fire department Reckless Driving ._ . 11

Most. alcoholics ,will not admit to themselves that they are Select Safe Spot then if possible, fight Going through Stop Sign 7
the fire with ,Other Violations. .' . '. 44
alcoholic, though they are the only ones who do not know the equipment at hand
Here Is a quick test which you can use in order to judge your Support tree well, keep it Have operative water-type fire Forty-four: drivers appeared
from
self:. away sources of heat (fireplaces extinguishersbuckets of water or before the Traffic Heari Board

.If'you crave "hair of the dog that bit you:' radiators, etc.).and placeit a garden hose connected to a faucet at the meeting held on Dec. 5.

elf, having been a group drinker, you begin to drink alone;,: so that standing or falling, it'ould within reach of the tree. Disposition of the cases Included -
*If you drink to escape from worry and trouble. block the way out of the Christmas is a time for cheer the following: 10 lost driving,
room or out of the house
*If you arrange'to be coughing when the cork is squeaking.. case of fire.. in don't have your's end In tragedy. and parking privileges aboard
If your kids are afraid when they see,you open a bottle. ; Obey a few simple rules of station for various periods' 18
*If your dog is afraid when he sees you open a bottle. Lighting safety -- "Fire Does hurt/' were, assigned to complete an
*If you drink out of the neck of the bottle Never eight-hour course in remedial

*If you could quit drinking, if you want to, but can't make yourself the use tree wax or candles windows.to Use decorate .00. driving; 19recelvedsuspensions;
nine were given warnings; eight
want to. In addition
only electric lighting sets that to providing educational -
'If you have any two or more of these symptoms, it's a sure bear UL (Underwriter's assistance,in colleges and were .dismissed; 14 were finedU.
Labora-
). ,S and four
bet you're an alcoholic. ( Commissioner);
universities the VA
has
tories) label. on-thep.
There Is aid for those desiring help, a simple program for com- job training programs' and were teferred tothcir\'Ommand-
plicated people. All that Is needed Before using the lighting high ing officersforpossiblediscipli-
is a sincere desire to quit. sets, school completion training for ;
check them for frayed wires, veterans with :service:> : after Jan. nary action. Forty-six drivers
I ,. loose connections and broken 311955. were assessed 130 traffic points.

I sockets.Be --..--... -,

JAX AI Ft JSTEWS sure the fuse of the electric p

circuit serving the tree is not *"

I over 15 amperesMake
The J I AX AIR NEWS is a Civilian enterprise Newspaper certain that all tree
I distributed each Thursday at the U.: S. Naval Air Station, lighting is turned off before retiring ..kd
Jacksonville Florida by the Holt Publishing Company or leaving the house.
I a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in AIR
NEWS must be forwarded' to the Public' Affairs Office, Box Decorations and WrappingsDo C
2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12PO noon on Monday before pub not let combustible
Christmas
lication. News Items are welcomed! from all sources Tele -
phone 772 3118 or 3119. wrappings accumulate;place
. them in a metal covered trash
Advertisements" solicited by the publisher and queries barrel or burn them in an incinerator -
concerning such should-be directed to: at a safe location as

The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. soon Christmas as possible.

Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone_ 388 2755 well as other tree decorationsshould decorations,as n_.' -

be flame proof. Use only decorations HEW SGT. MA.!. -- Sgt. Maj W. L. Goss I) Maj. B. A.
(
DECEMBER made of glass, Greene ;
VOL. 26 NO. 38 12, 1968 metal Marine Barracks '
or fire resistant 1 material. CO; and Sit. Mai. R. W. Bphnestand
before
Do not use fireplace toburn Marine Barracks personnel during Nov- 27 cere;
Christmas wrappings and de- mony In which Bohne became the new Barracks' sergeantPac
maJ or.

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12, (1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER P.ale' 3

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'America, Returns... second with 2,873x points, ,and AMDO Established ,% !

,... the third with .
Army-was 2,867x.Lt '
CECIL IN CAPSULE ]I' ABOARD'THE'USS'AMERICA.. Wright.hails"frdm theIm. A' message'front tHe:/Chief o'"f.

77,000-ton; aircraft carrier perial Beach Helicopter Base in Naval Operations makes .re-'

a return journey which Calif.; Chief Krebs comes from ferences to the establishment of
wil 'have taken it completely a-, NAS Cub\ Point; Osmak Is stationed "an aeronautical maintenance duty

'Million-mile' round the world, after/ive months at NTC San Diego, and officer (AMDO) category within
Map ModificationTo of record-setting ,operations in Master Chief Morin Jr., is 'the restricted line. The move
the Tonkin'Gulf, many,of, which: from Port Hueineme-: Kopf (is'at Vas aimed at. providing more

Be Part of Newest Corsair II Involved Cecil Field, squadrons. NAF China Lake and Chief efficient management of and
America' current course: will Biswell stationed at Sub Base, career pattern for aviation
cover the longest leg of:her return Pearl Harbor these men are maintenance specialists. ,Officers -
DALLAS Tex., Dec. 4 .The The .system consists of two trip .- approximately 6.500 champion sharp-shooters in their designated, 152X will
A-7E Corsair II aircraft sche- main units, a pilot's[ ,display unit sea miles from W'ellipgtonNew\ respective areas. compete only with other AMDO'sfor
duled for delivery to the Navy in and an electronics assembly unit Zeland to Rio Janeiro( Brazil Their. "non-shooting" part- promotion and can expect
1969 will be equippe with a new fed by the'digital computer. The where a re-fueling stop. 1 Is sche .ners were Team captain PNC promotion opportunities equal to i'
projected-map display system computer tells the system which duled. Harold K. Goodman from 11th unrestricted line, accordingto
which will enable a pilot to locate area of the 35 mm. film to pro- When America last sailed from Naval District Headquarters, the message.

his exact position over a ject on.the display scope to show Rio April 30, her course was coach ADJ3 Thomas N. Teinen The December 1968 annual ,

million-square-mile area. the pilot.tfver which area he is chartered non-stop through the of NTC San Diego and CDR restricted, line transfer board
J.R. Clark, vice South. Atlantic and Iris Iart pce n,
president- flying! Charles E. Tate who Is Officerin will consider applicants design-
general manager of the Vo htAerol1.1utics Owxhe : the. South China Sea and ; Into Charge of the Small Arms ation of the original cadre, the
; 'unit
'pilot'sdisplay a
Division of LTV Subic Bay, Re.public of the Philip Training at NTC San Diego. said.Officers .
Aerospace Corporation, said today center circle. Indicates the pines. Rio had been the only stop 1'S message
the plane's ,vosltion. An azimuth in the 15,000 mile journey from
company has contractedwith in
ring and bearing-to-destination, WASHINGTON Social Security serving a flying
her home Norfolk.
at
Computing Devices of Canada port terminate such
status must Status -
Ltd., for a $3 million initial needle'on.the outer,portiotofthe She joined other Task Force and retirement pay contributions -
prior to submitting appll
display give the pilot additional will be combined in an
map of the
lostpurehase of long lead ,77 units U.S. Seventh cation for consideration. All -
applications
information important change to the original
time items for the display navigation Fleet on Yankee Station In the be ihthe CHNAVPERS
sys- must -
and readout tells him Hubbell plan, accroding to
a range pay
Gulf
tem and that first delivery- Tonkin May 30 and began not later than Nov. 20.
how far a Navy Times'a'rticle. "'
scheduled for March 1969.' 'The away he is from the strike operations .the following
A-7E will be the first target he set into the computerorigtriaUyi day; Except. for brieLlnTportperiodst ,The originaLpay proposal call- ; '
,Navy edof baccalaureate iigher) degree -
4look-ahead"'feat 1 active duty men.to oontribute6.5. -
;;' A: :,she launched air'strikes '
operational ,aircraft to receive : lit the fieldpt ,
the tore enables the pilot to' designate -' dally tostop the flow'of men per cent of their salaryto ; ngjneering'
new navigation science; a'dminstratfon
management, or -
system.It vested retirement( fund in
and fly to any selected and war materials from North
will replace the existing point in the large area covered :,- 'Vietnam to Communists In the addition to the present-1..4. Social: is required for the
roller map system installed In : news des ignation/an: minimum)
Security requirement This
by the projected ,south. As of the Inter-
map sys a part '
earlier-model A-7 attack bomb- ,of three years'bf'aviation' :roafatenahce -
amounted, to a total l of 10.9; per
tem. diction bombed : :
campaign pilots
ers. Tied to the IBM-TC-2 cent. background (is'desired.MDILEY' .
digital computer, the heart of The new system installationwill tucks intersections.barges bridges and road

the plane's navigation system, weigh slightly more than 40
the new map display will storeon pounds.. Company officials said _
35 mm. film maps of a selected the system will be more flexible Navy Riflemen Win
area of the earth covering than the roller map method now
a million square miles. A used in the A-7 and will be more WASH. (NAVNEWS) Black

single roll of map film can cover accurate. Canyon Arizona recently was the LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE
one fourth of the area of the scene of an old-fashioned shoot-
United States if desired, with LTV Aerospace CorporationIs out. The six riflemen who won
390 BLAHDIHG BLVD.
scales of 1:2,000,000 or 1:500,000 a subsidiary of Ling-Temco- out over 45 similarly armed PHONE 771-3335
available. Vought, Inc. (LTV.) bands were Navymen.Lt .

I Bennett: Nixon Is ModerateF gunmen Webster, AMHC M.Raymond Wright Krebs led his Yoi'ra livilid T* Witdi Ow

DTI Ivan A. Osmak EQCM Daniel -
President-Elect Richard M- day at the Riverside Avenue F. Morin Jr., ADRI PeterR.
Nixon should have harmonious Chlstian Church. "Most mem- Kopf, and RMC John R. Bis-
relations with\Congress. and there bers of Congress were electedon well, to, win the 1968 National 1
IWU1 ;be; a' spirit of: teaniworkt this basis like'' President Trophy ''Rifle:'Team Match pen COLOR'W
4J.S. Rep. Charles E. Bennett of Elect Nixon. nant with an American recordof

Jacksonville predicted today. '"No 'one" wants to abandon 2,877x points.
"The country spoke In the The Navy shot It out with 37
national objectives we all
good
November election for a moderate other 'military teams and eight OWL Ij
have for peace, strong national GAMES
civilian Against the
yet progressive govern- defense, preservation of law and groups. ,
ment," Bennett said last Tues- and for stiff competition the Navy took
order job opportunities
the pennant for the third time
everyone, but we must hold down since the competition began in AFL & NFL FootbmlSPECIAL
HONDA'MONTESA 1 the huge deficits we have run up 1903.
in. years.It
recent After the smoke had cleared,

Bennett, a 20-year veteran of the points showed the Navy only I During the PRICES Games I
the Congress, who is a senior 123 points away from a perfect

MOTORCYCLES, member of the powerful House score... The Air Force finished

Armed Services Committee, "' ....._ ......... '' --
: served with the presidentelectin -

the House of Representativesin 0 Only 2Y2 miles from WAS,Jcx Main,Got
-- 1949 and 1950.
::\
J & 1, 213 ItdrtoH ApirtBtitsfroH
'"I will Introduce on the first '
MOTORS and day of the Congress a constitutional S $138 per ...eh
amendment calling for

CYCLES CO.See the direct election of the pre- :
sident and vice president and el eell'
Honda Hot "350" nomi-
for national primaries to ../r- ,
nate the president and vice president -
4949 Blanding something I have pushedfor
PH 771-8244 almost two decades," the mataboQ !
Congressman said.
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Get up to $600 .take up to 24 months to
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Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note
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4 other Beneficial offices serve the Jacksonville Area a I Central Heat and Air Conditioning.
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4 NEWS/AFTERBURNER
JAX AIR _

S Health Plan Rates To Increase I

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deductions tion self and
payroll family
The biweekly covera c
for those employees enrolled and from $1.G8 ,to $1.7G for seif
In the Federal Employees only coverage '

r L Lt Health increased Benefits with the Program paypenodbe-willbe Pay'' period: deductions tor

Jan.12.According employees enrolled in the Service
ginning to an announcement Indemnity Plan (Aetna: ) will
the Civil Service Commission Increase from $9.30 to $i3.ji;
from
the rate increases are caused : for high option self and family
by increasing costs of hospital coverage while high option self
and medical care and in only premiums will increase
most plans, by the addition of from $3.72 to 534.! : Under the
needed improvement in benefits.To low option coverage of this plan,
announce to employees the the deductions for self and family
changes in benefits that become will go from $:I.fiO to $4.90!
i effective Jan. 1, the CSC is publishing and for self only from $1.46 to
1 a revision of the Pamphlet $2.11.111e'.

( BRI 41-117, "Information enrollees in the American -
About Plan Changes Effective Federation of Government
January 1969." Distribution of Employees Health Benefit Plan
this pamphlet to all enrolled with high option and self and
employees i is to be made by Jan. family coverage will be paying; ,\
1. Thecortlbination oCt he pamphlet $12.57 each pay period insteadof
and the employee's copy of his the present $10.74; those with
plan's brochure will pesent the self only coverage will pay
plan's coverage for 1969. 4.6 instead of $3.96. The low

< S announcedthat option premiums will increase
b y The CSC has also
aY s Yt the next "Open Season"that for self and family to $4.22 instead -
of $3.70 and! from $1.19to
will allow those not now enrolled -
: in a 1 Health Benefit Pro- $1.34 for self only coverage.
L : < t There will not be an increase
gram to enroll,and for employees
now enrolled to change between in the payroll deductions for
7 lwSLsN
employees enrolled in the health
of
plans and between options a
benefit plans:; of the National A.s-
plan, will be held from Nov. 10
sociaton of Letter Carriers:; and
CHANGE OF COMMAND Departing Naval Hospital Commanding,Officer, Capt. W. to 28. of the Government Employees

S.; Baker, Jr. (R) and incoming Commanding Officer, Capt. W. C. Turville, inspect the troops Of the NAS employees en- Hospital Association.
during change of command ceremonies Dec. S. v rolled in the Service Benefit The other two plans having local -
Plan (Blue Cross Blue Shield), employees enrolled will also

Merit Promotion Oonorfftinities Announced those who are covered under the have an increase in payroll.de-
high option for self and family, ductions. The National Postal
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the deductions will increase from Union) health plan will increaseto
Merit promotion opportunities cruiting Station, Disease Vector GS-12 or 13. Area of consideration $9.50> to $12.16 each payday, $13.96: from,$1:1.44: for high
currently open for receipt of ap- Control Center and Resident : Sixth Naval District. Applications while those with self only cover- option self and family coverage.
plication are listed below. The Storage Office,Jacksonville.Applications will be accepted through '. age will have their deductions The United Federation of Postal
area of consideration and closing for these positions will the close of business Dec. increased from $3.89 to 498. Clerks deductions will go from
date of each are shown. be accepted at any time. A separate 19.All The deductions will increase $5.80! to $6.55 for low option and
MPB No. 72-67 Plan -grade application must be filed applicants must be careeror from $4.10 to $4.24 for low op- family coverage.
levels GS-4 and below, MPB No. for each position in which in- career-conditional employeesof
79-67 Plan C all semi-skilled terested.. the federal government. Applications -
positions pay level seven and MPB No. 166-68 Industrial Engineer Forms 171 or 57> for Safety Officer Warns: Tailor
below and MPB No. 83-67 PlanB GS-5, 7, 9 and 11. Areaof these positions should be filed ,
all skilled positions pay consideration:Nationwide.Applications with IRD, Box 22, NAS Jack-
level eight and above. Area, of will be accepted sonville, Fla., ;G2212.. Forfurther Driving to Road ConditionsBy
.. consideration,* NAS NARF, through, -,the dose business Dec information regarding these
NARTU.COMF'AIRJAX,F AETU- 19.; f fII I positions, see jhe copies of the Charlie Able*, With! the- advent of Christmas
LANT Naval Hospital, Navy'+' MPB ,No. 178-68 Supervisory bulletins,"or announcements or NAS ,
Safety SuperintendentThe and New holidays ..
.Commissary'' Stores, Navy Re- Aircraft Inspection Specialist, call Extension 2320, Rating and Year a great
number of will be travel-
( Examing Branch, IRD, NAS Jax. time has come again when people
ing north to visit with relatives
many people spend a lot of money and friends.
Exams Announced they don't have for a lot things
to give to people they hardly know Here are a few reminders to
Now There Are The Inte'agency Board,of'U.S. who really don't want them in the those folk who plan on visitingthe
Civil ,Service Examiners for first place. cold country via automobile.Fog .
Florida has issued the following This is hardly an appropriateway Is now a familiar conditionin
2 WAYS to ,FLY! announcements: to get over a message regarding the south and using head
Dredge Positons, $2.60 to driving conditions north lights on low beam are a must
$4.04 per hour:Telephone Operator of the Sunshine State and yet, (high beam only bounces the
GS-2 and GS-3, $4,231 through without a gimmick no one would light back to the driver). Wipe
$4,600 per annum. give i this item a second look. the mosture off all of the glass

STANDBY . inside and out. Check the wind-
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shield wipers to make sure they
\ I are in good working order.In .

1/2 EJGI\A"IJJ the north we are faced with
I bad road conditions such as rain,
i sleet, snow and ice. You must
AUTO-MARINE SERVICE CENTER tailor your driving to the con-

FAREANY Roosevelt Blvd. at Ortega River PH. 387.4669 ditions of the road. Don't makea
game of driving under adverse
Q !t Call 389.1161 conditions, a sudden skid could

DAY OF 24 Hr. Road Wrecker Service throw you head on into oncoming -

THE WEEK! traffic.

BODY SHOP This could go on and on, how-
No. 1 1ty 389 4659 ever, the gist of the whole thingis
that no matter wliether you are
in Florida, California or Maine,
Y the use of good old common sense
d 2/3 is still in order when operating
pooooeooooooooooo
WOOOOOOOOOOOBOOOOQ i a motor vehicle.
Remember this, after spending>
FARE. MONEY a wad on Christmas presents plus
y Cash Monthly Months the expense of going home for
You Christmas::; you can't afford the
.,LIT AllYRESERVED IN 1 DAY Get Payment to Pay added expense brought about by

,$ 84.33 55.00 24 being involved in an automobile
accident.
$25 t. $600 219.27 13.00 24 Happy and safe motoring and a
Merry Christmas. Be seeing Ya

,No. 1 WEEKDAYS. **l,SATURDAYS* 320.79 19.00 24 after the llolldays.limmmmslsnmmsnsmm.mmemN.

427.51 25.00 24 #....TIN
AtftANGEDIYPMONE '
SPACIOUS! & PEACEFULIMMW !:
Stop 'In ft the AiRLINES TRAFFIC OFFICE (JAMTO) Bldg.' 500.51 29.00 24
13, Main Gate Ext., 3553 or 387-281J ACRES
SPECIAL HOLIDAY HOURS 600.00 34.39 24 Q 3V 10 3rd St,
(NAS JAX ONLY. Now thru December 18th) Jacksonville' newest N
M.H4ay Friday: 0730 1800 I'a)"h"11 II t III;III ale ,III,,t-rrsi. I community most modem Is now mobile open home for
Saturdays: 0730 1700 I your inspection. Large
At Mayport Disbursing Office nidq. T-24, every ThursdayAIRLINES = Mx75 loinONLY ,
o no Hod e o/a L FINANCE i- $35 PER MO. If
COMPANY s; Swimming shuffleboard pool court.tennis B-B-0 court
I Pit. picnic tables will be
4721 SAN JUAN AVE. DIAL 384-2314 built for your enjoyment... call
act today
TRAFFIC OFFICE : Ml I \HIM\ I rousyin. Mx /)1\1/) ntd)7J'i) I EL VERANO. MOTOR COURTMr.
'J Jih? < 111 \( ii /IIDUI r\ 'HU F.S. Martin. Munager
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$83,000 SAVINGS Capt. C.T. Faulders, NARF CO, presents a $1,000 awardto MORE SAVINGS Orville L. Anderson, receives beneficial suggestion award
Vincent A. Geisler (center) and Jerome H. Duis, for the combined beneficial of $770 from NARF Executive Officer, Cdr. L. I. Wood. Anderson devised a

I suggestion. The two NARF men developed a method to use the antenna rangeto system to decrease the replacement requirements of the space assembly of a I
match damaged mixer duplexer and feed salvaged from damagedsets.
assembly
J52 Jet Engine. The savings from Anderson's suggestion will be $129,000.and .
Their suggestion will save the government approximately $83,844.



I Merit Promotion Policy Revised i ;


1 (First of a series of articles) qualified candidates available are federal agencies.The : Ik LI
i The revised federal merit pro- selected for higher level jobs. merit promotion policy is
motion policy which will beinef- The revised policy is the resultof intended to help management se- %
fect by July 1, 1969 is designedto a thorough study by the U.S. select the best talent in the ranksof 3 :y
assure that employees have an Civil Service Commission of the the career service to meet i- e f ,
opportunity to develop and advance 10-year-old government--wide the many challenging problems __ J- I /Ma'd S '
their full merit and facing the nation and
to potential according promotion system was to assure
to their capabilities and issued after extensive consulta- employees that promotions are ; irt '
to assure agencies that the best tion with employee organizations made oa a fair and equitable } > 3 ,
a. basis. The revised policy should<; I M1 a
f correct many of the weaknessesin L
1 present promotion proceduresthat f. i.
employees have complainedabout. I iiSi
It places renewed em- -
4sk phasis on:
4 JiH
C Assuring that employees are
: considered for higher-level jobs -' ,. w.. ., .. .
for which they are eligible and SUPERIOR ACHIEVEMENT .. Robert E. Day (I) and Lindsey
in which trey are interested. Bennett of the Naval Air Rework Facility received superior
'Providing the most effective
--;.. \ evaluation methods to identify achievement awards in recognition of the performance in repairing I
/ the external monitor for
/ eo' highly-qualified candidates for craft. power the A 7 Corsair air-
/ 2aaiQ \ promotion, with written tests
"" t.f> 'V being allowed only when approvedby
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'ZZb the commission.
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:\n -'l v -Oe'4VI%.ttt" / dates.

( 1Q,C\ l) \.0 .\\ .,,; N *Eliminating all forms of discrimination -
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merit
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'{\.O'\ C). ployee a promotion, but it does HOSPITAL AWARD .
'(\e d::.s." give Mrs. Barbara S. Spill an is presentedan
every employee an
Cfl : e tunity for fair consideration oppor- award for sustained superior performance by ,Capt. W. S.
under -
Y' Baker Jr., former I
\.0 his agency's promotion program Naval Hospital commanding officer. Mrs.

c of Spilian the hospital.MILITARY Is a medical. technologist employed in the laboratory

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(Editor's Note: Tills Dec. 5 14-13 setup.
wrap-up of Western Duval Division With less than 3 minutes left
Midget Football appeared in the game, a Colt fumble led
In the Orange Park BREEZE, a to their winning tally. Baker's
local paper that }has given frequent miscue gave the ball to the Ban- Pt ; st
and kind publicity to the dits but pressure from the Colts
Nav. Several of the pintsizedteams Fearsome 4 some nailed the t tPW"
are sponsored by Cecil Bandits to their goal line and on .i 'kiIamM
Field Units.) the next play Simms was nailed
The NATTC Colts capturedthe In the end zone for a safety to 1 ) T
western Division Midget, give the Colts a lead 15-14. i 6 a I Yw6
championship by beating the The Colts vie for the Duval
Northside Bandits 1514. championship this Saturday, a-
With 4 regulars out from sickness ,,- gainst. the Beach Buccaneers.The .
the Colts found themselveson mighty mites, Lakeshore
the short end .of a 7-0 score Optimist Hornets were invited to
early. In the'game. meet the Paxon Blue Bandits in
: ChipolettI, however, moved the the Shrimp Bowl at Fernandlna
ball down to the 25 then pitchedout and took the winner's trophy by
to Vaugh, who went in'for the winning 140.. However, their
first score and it was a 7-7 luck ran out against the CHAA '
ball game. team 40-0. The Stingers and _
The Bandits came right back Hornets will meet in the Cedar
with Simms pitching to Sin- Bowl this Friday at 7:30 p.m.

clair, who went 70 yards to put The VA-44 Stingers played ..._ _,a & _
Northside back in front by 147. their final game last Saturday at 't' / .. --
This seemed to snap the Colts West Duval Field and gave their ,D'ACCORDE..Capt. P.M. McLinn signs for the Navy In a two year agreement with the International :-
out of it and after important coach Cmdr Tom Scott a going Assn. of Machinists and Aerospace ,Workers (Lodge .1630)), as Cecil, GI.U. union rep.resentative I
gains by Charlie Baker,Barbaree away presentbytaggingthePaxon '
union, management negotiators
pulled a quarterback sneak for Bandits with a; 39-7 loss. Paul waits his turn. Looking on are

another Colt TD. This time the Lewis got a TD and Danny Du-
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''t'tI! j: N Ne Naval Air Technical Training Enlisted-'Personnel Office since AO School and Coast Guard

L;: Center personnel attended drive last July. Class "A" Aircrew Survival
I} safe lectures conducted at King The first***U.S.****Coast*** Guard students -. Equipmentman School were reviewed -.
Hall on Dec. 4 and 11. be to ascertain portions of
Il to trained in the AOA)
I Cdr William J. Tutwiler, School have reported aboard. each course which might be applicable -
"1 NATTC executive fleer,opened Three of approximately 30 students to the new rating.It .
the sessions with pertinent information have started a special 5.5 was decided that each per-
concerning the need son attend both schools and that
week course consisting of hand
for safe driving procedures during tools, administration, math,physics training be scheduled to permit,:..
e l the holiday period lie, then, electricity, and muni attendance at AO School first
.. Introduced Sgt. M.R. DuPont, tions. guns whenever possible. The train-
" ylin1Ht Florida Highway Patrol education The ing of Coast Guard personnel is
training is required because -
LZkUI t safety officer. of consolidation by the contingent on the input of USN
Sergeant DuPont spoke on the Coast Guard of and USMC personnel.
hazards that be two ratings ********
can encounteredon Aviation Ordnanceman and Para- The Naval Air Technical
the highways throughout the
I chute Rigger into a single rat-
Training Center Officers' Wives
country and the steps that can
be taken in order to avoid ac- ing, Aviation SurvivalmanASM( ). Club will provide gift'wrappi
cidents. Prior to July 1968, Coast GuardAO's in King Hall for NATTC personnel
An factor
is
JR important
& -cw--. : to start early and return duringthe received no formal resident at the following times: Dec. 14 -
daylight hours, he noted. training: however, the PR's attended 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 4 to 8 p.m.
Sergeant DuPont pointed out that PRA( ) School. The curricula Dec. 16, 17,18 and 19 11 a.m.

; driving conditions vary and it ...... for.... both Navy' Class. -"A"-_to. !..p.m.: :..and 4.to.8p.m., --
, would be necessary for each ;
driver to adjust his driving pro- 1PrJL$

PRIV ACY-.S Ed Stout! (foreground) and SN Dave McLaughlin cedures to the situation at hand.
relax in front of their television in newly "ovated'enlisted' The program was concluded
with a film on safe driving.
barracks. ..........a S'
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Congratulations are due to the ':

Bleak/ Barracks Take NATTC-sponsored "Colts" who _
completed a perfect season with
eight wins and no losses. This
outstanding record them the

9n New/fRifzy' Look tern Pop Division Warner Championship.Jr. League won Wes- 4- C.

The "Colts" football team is
made up of 13-year-olds who
Renovation of the enlisted bar ject. "No comparison to the old have been playing together for
racks adjacent to the main mess barracks, there's a great improvement three years.
hall is 'well underway and some ," is what SN Dave
of*the nearly re-done reams: already McLaughlin had to say. SN Paul Last Saturday, the boys lost
their the Gator Bowl .
at
are occupied.In : Cugini summed it up by adding which game would have made them -- --PARED --. --. .....-,.."-,.-
comparison to the old type that "Its great to have a little
of living quarters used for decades privacy for a change and now we eligible to play the Georgia DARTER LIEUTENANTS: Cdr. W. H. Saunders, VP45
but best wishesgo
by shore-based Navymen, can have our own television in the champions to them, for bigger our and better CO, congratulates five new "Red Darter" lieutenants after

the new rooms are like moving room, too." things next year. they donned their new rank insignia The new Lts. are: (I
.to- the "Ritz." The entire $2-million project ********** to r) J. D. Compton, J. R. Gorman, R. E. F. Haiti, R. E.
for includes renovation of the 14 '
The rooms are designed
NATTC Croci, and W. F. Bice.
said goodbye Friday to
three or four men per room and barracks in buildings six and seven ,
offer far. more comfort and pri and an air conditioning unitto Lt Bernard D. Woody who has
Now it is possible for a make meal time m'ore plea- been transferred to the Naval' '"
vacy. -; '
man to do some reading study- sant in the main mess hall. Training' Center, Orlando. Lt. "ICE STATION ZEBR .'..REMEMB R THE NAME- ,:

ing, :set'up a stereo set or watcha Woody has been working in the YOUR LIFE MAY DEPEND ON IT!

television without distraction. An American nuclear sub. ...A sky full of;Russian paratroopers.. .
Each has mahogany
room A race for the secret of Ice Station Zebra!
paneled lockers, tiled floors (as Join America's most popular club vw v. -.*- f <;
opposed to the old concrete), a :y
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mahogany desk and new beds *
' with individual reading lamps.
Also added to the new rooms
are ceiling air conditioning units

which will supply much appreciated .
cool air during the hot sm- 4.
mer nights. A lounge with refreshment ,. .N
and candy machines as "A
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added When to the approached barracks. with the ..,.,...:.1....... .'. .'". '. ...'
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question of "How" do you like the ;4. :::!: ...:... ir :
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new rooms? all the answers

were most favorable. for the pro- .

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All you do I is open a Christmas Club account

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M GoHwyn Mayer presents
t and, when the club pays off,next November) Martin Ransotaffs Production of

you receive your Christmas Club check. .

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k Project Transition : Helpful : /: .<, : '


>'." :;': :i : ::': .

Step Toward a Civilian Job ,

.. I'.
-- -- .
ill,1iiTT Jax -- The hundreds of ser-
I 1 + Q r
vicemen and women who pack :
away their uniforms to re-enter
civilian life each week are finding ,
i
it easier to compete in ., 4 1ti .' y4iy! Y r c v 'V ,
aw .e
America's job market thanks to ,
e. ti
r
PRICE Project Transition -- a Department 5 tp
of Defense programto
:; give enlisteds a marketable
:: skill before they take off their:
{ uniform for the last time.
Project Transition began in
1967 after President Johnson
1iEAL asked the Department of Defenseto .'.
make available in-service
training and educational opportunities -
: : : ::; : : : .\ for men who do not
gain skills in the service that
OUR RCA COLOR PRICES START AT would help them compete for civilian -
jobs. Primarily aimed at
men ending: their first term and:!
those men with combat disabilities -
$ 288 ', the program also aids
those with pending medical discharges -
EJ SOS Not Shown. and:! those retiring. P

Begins Here .
After a West Coast pilot pro- Quo
LARGEST SCREEN SIZE MADE ject, the Navy subsequently ppe w

selected NAS Jacksonville as one ; ,

RCA COLOR CONSOLE of under its 14 the Project DoD program.Transition Since sites ...... '..1..qt;......... ...T"' ",.., ..., .a' ,._tiY ,,_/ .T.'<,, :. ,
the Transition program began COUNSELING PN2 Pam Aspinall interviews SA Mary Smithas
here in January, hundreds:! of men Miss Smith enters Project Transition at NAS Jax. The inter-
from local squadrons,Cecil Field in the training : :>;.:-.
and Mayport, as well as other view is the first step program. -.-. -. .. ,
area commands:! and ships have ducted in auto mechanics, car- State Employment Office, Veterans '
gone through counseling or a pentry, plumbing, plastic design Administration and a host
training phase under guidance of and photography. 'of other local, state and federal ..'.' .
the local site. agencies in providing training. ;' ,":-: .
In discussing the local office, Training Varies to help meet the demand of '.., .
LCdr. Fred Reynolds, NAS Jax's One man who is a golf pro America's employers.The .
Color Project Transition officer, said, spent his Project :Transition period nation's industries have
"We're equipped to aid men in at the golf course learningthe turned to Project Transition as ..' .
obtaining'training before their basics of running a pro shop, a prime source of men to fill '... ".
.
discharge nO matter what field and another,who holds a teaching its work force shortages. Locally .
Value they wish to enter after they certificate I is spending several ,businesses call the NAS office '.. .
leave the service." weeks at a local high school dally asking for men with :"r.l, ':.
The local office has providedor working as an assistant dean a certain skill to fill vacancies : :->: :::' ,
GI 610 23" ..... arranged training for men who of boys. Both programs ,were Automotive companies: gas .>: ','
, $449 wanted to become everythingfrom arranged by LCdr. Reynolds and station chains, and oilier Industries ;! \. ,'.,'
a sewing machine repairman his staff of three military and are seeking Project Tran- ,. '.
r to a meat cutter. Training two civilian employees. sition people to train to fill jobs' .-'
classes have also been con- Discussing the, success of locally and nation wide. One man .
Project Transition locally, Mr. completed a six-week training ': .
I NO DOWN PAYMENT I NAVYAUTO Reynolds stated, "Local businesses Program with General Motors in .' .
are finding our office a Jacksonville and then accepted a
prime source of employees and job in his Texas home 'town for
are pleased with the work and $4.50 an hour after leaving the
Value-priced viewing performance of former Navy- service. '
men." "We can't guarantee a man job
from RCA! The project officer stressedthe after completing Project Transition ,
INSURANCE'i1 need for men who have no training," LCdr. Reynoldssaid
skill to stop by the Transition:: "But we've been fairly .. ,';>:<'..
Oh, so portable, .
Office, Bldg. 955. to arrange for' successful in aiding men to gain .. ...
; : ....,..- at a tghthat's an interview. "Weoftenfindmen employment." ,',';. ,:',:
Ii oh, so ri who aren't sure of what they want
iucan Personal portable to do after their discharge," he Nationwide SuccessMr. .
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,likes to travel .1 pointed out. "We have, helped Reynolds recently attended ... ..'.. .
,
and its price ,is these men select a training pro- a nation-wide conference of ; '" ': .
easy to take.Dependable. gram during their initial inter- '
RCA view. (Continued on Page I 18)) ; ; '-:

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Movies. k' ,. .. .,
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Club, :'.: ,.

Movies will be shown nightly
Schedules
at the NAS Theater: at 7:30.p.m. :
There will also be a kiddie matinee :

at 2 feature p.m. Saturday 2 and a Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blending Blvd. J Jacksonville
regular at p.m. Sun- Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
day and holidays. The Hospital "O" CLUB -- Something new arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following' week unless the .
Theater will have one nightly and something special for pat- publisher is 'instructed: otherwise. A check: : or money order for the full cost of the ad must, .
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field rons of the "0" Club this month. be received: WITH the copy for the ad.De .

will have two nightly shows dur- Sunday (Dec. 15)) is "J"amilyDay":

ing the week at :5:30 and 8 p.m. at the club. Special guest for the Net Send CiskMiaiwBM ., ,. '' ; .: .
Matinees will be shown on week- day will be Santa Claus. lie will \, ,".\<;., .. .-. .
ends at 2 and: 5 p.m. be around to 'talk to the .. :,I/
Ratings:' -Adults;G-General from 3 to 4:30 p.m. youngerset Prestonthe Rite: charge ((3 lines). . : '.. '.$2.00

Audience; M--Matured Youths; Magician will be on hand to
Superior; E--ExcellentVG; -- entertain the entire family. For Per o..1110.1111.1 ((4 words per line). . . 0.50
Very Good; G--Good; F--Fair; the parents(and non-parents too),
CNA:--Class Not Available. Happy Hour will be from 3-to

4:30 p.m. A'new "Steak Night" .
will be held at the club every '
THURSDAY, Dec. 12 Tuesday from 6 to 9 p.m. The LAKE LOTS FOR RENT '
HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER
"0" Club continues to feature Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. 3921 Lane Ave., S. 3Br., 2Ba.
NAS: "LAST ADVENTURE" Excel condition, 4 Br., 2 B,Central -, ,
"Beefeaters Night" every Terms. Call Owner 387-7379. Fam. Rm., Fplc., BIRO, Dish- &
A/C Heat
starring Alain Delon. Color ad- washer C/Ht & Air. Redwood fence
Thursday; "Champagne DinnerSpecial" FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Refrig., Rolling Hills 781-3680
venture. GIG ((103 mins.) Friday and Saturday, Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & 2 Car Gar., 6 ft. fenced yd. time. area any'
HOSPITAL: "TORTURE GAR- "Stars and Bars" for bachelor FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. $185 Mon. Orange Park Realty,

DEN" starring Beverly Adams guys and gals Saturday and Call Powell or Mills, USN 264-2411 Option to Buy.
and Jack Palance. Color Horror Wednesday night is "Chicken Park DIAL TOM CAVINESS! *,
Ret. 264 2411 Orange
GIG ((101 mins.) Night." Realty. Military-Free Notary. A.K.C. REG. If you would like to become a \
CECIL, FIELD: "GUNS FOR BASENJI-PUPPIES Disc Jockey, Newscaster or An I
SAN SEBASTIAN""'starring An- CPO Club -- The annual CPO UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT No bark No 768-6408.odor. Will be ready- ,nouncer.. A recorded message by

thony.Qwnn. and Charles Bron- Club Christmas Party for Children 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath for Xmas. Tom Cavtness tells you how;

son. Color Drama. G/VG ((118 will be held Saturday after- Bungalow w/stove&refrlg. Furn. Ph. 355-4834. i
SINGER,
mins.) noon. The Club will be closed Dining Rm.,. Garage & Space ?' '. Ii' .
GOLDEN SEW .
FRIDAY: Dec. 13 until 4 p.m. Saturday night, Heater. $90 Mo. EV 85545. Like, new, 4 dr. desk. Does all Unclaimed Layaway .j.":.

Tommy C and Seminoles will be WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear this without attachments:Button- NEVER USED : .' '
liTHE BIBLE"
NAS: starring on hand as music makers. The NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of blind hems Twin needle
Michael Parks and Richard lIar- holes, fancy designs, Zig Zag sewing ma
Clubs will perform tomorrow Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn. overcasts, winds bobbin through chine. Makes buttonholes;fancy
Color Drama. G/S
ris. ((174
night. Club menu specials are Apts. Newly painted, 2BR, LR, needle. Bal. $41 or $5.20 mo. designs, blind hems. Paybal.$25cash
mins..' ) Prime Rib Roast for $1.95 Sun- Kit. Furn, Nook 2 Car parking. Free home trials. 771-8211 or $5 mo. Dealer. Free.
HOSPITAL: "LAST ADVENTURE" day, Friend Chicken for $.95 Water, Sewage & Garbage incld. Dealer. 6437 Wilson Blvd.MIDDLEBURG home trial 771-9106 anytime. *< :
Tuesday, Rib Eye Steak for$1.35 Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call
CECIL FIELD: "THE DETECTIVE" Wednesday and Pizzas for $.75
387-2541, nites or weekends Call 6437 Wilson Blvd. .,
starring Frank Sinatra Thursday evening. 3890744. AREA 'I.

and Lee Remick. Color Drama. Big Branch Rd., 5 acres -. 10 ",
A/VG ((122 mins.) JUSTISS TRAILER PARK .. .1'Ctr. ceres "& larger. Terms. Ph. HELP WANTED
BLUE JACKETS INN To- Retiree Interested In stockroom
--
282-5272 or 282-5224.
SATURDAY Dec. 14 Mile no. of NAS. Clean
night the music makers will be modern trailers & and warehouse work Apply In
; Apts. 38S-
NAS; "BANDOLERA" starring the Roadrunners. Tomorrow and 3007. person in the morning at R.E.
James Stewart and Dean Martin. Saturday the Crystal Cathedralwill MILITARY GUEST QTRS. Wilkerson Co. -603 Kings Street.

Color 'western A-M/VG ((106 be on stage. Sunday from 2 ,HELP WANTED! 2 Br. Furn. Apt. A/C Furn. .

mins.) to 6 p.m. the music makers will Clerical cashier, exper- Built in elect. kitch. Will rent FOR RENT 7" .
HOSPITAL: "THE. 'BIBLE" be the Standard Production, followed ience required, temporary to TAD Personnel. Suitable for 2 Br. House Unfl rn.,", $80.. 4714 .
CECIL FIELD: "TORTURE by the Crystal Cathedral,' work through Christmas. 'Families or Bachelors. 5 min. Irvington St., 3556639.:' ,{ ;

GARDEN": ,:,:: .'' : ', tol' >,> aL 8, p.m. The Standard Pro- Name'your own hours. See 'to N IS. TV, Utensils, Elec., ,

SATURDAY MATINEENAS duction will return' Monday,' the Mrs. Perry at Half Price 'Blanket optional 264-6884. FURN APT. NR.NAS &' '. $:.il.

Academy, Tuesday and the Road- House, Beach Blvd Jax Cecil. 1 or 2 BR., Fenced yard/;, .
: "BIG PARADE OF runners Wednesday.. Beach. ,SINGER AUTO. $62 Swim Pool .$65 & 75. 771-0348.. :"..
Comedy" Color Musical. and, Sewing Machine. Guaranteed.Zig
SEAt HOUND chapter 9. ((109 Zags, makes designs, etc. Sewson AUTOMOBILE FURNISHED' "

mins.) buttons, makes button holes, East & West Coast .353-3691.
SUNDAYA
OPEN pay balance $62. or assume $8 .
1E,, STEPS mo. payments. Phone 353-1946 VIETNAM VETERANS' '

UP7 AFUTURE anytime. Will deliver No obli- Stop paying high rent. You can

I gation 1606 Main Street.. NOW buy VA repossessed homes

for $100 down with VA paying
MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE .
closing costs. $62 mo. & up.

RETIRE LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY Over 12 wides.50 Used Phone Trailers.398-1126.8,10 Mr., VANSANDT REALTY 387-1213.

PROM011cONDS W. .... them the VW 16 point Safctr Md p'erformMce Inspect Alderman. 4118, Philips Hiway, FOR RENT
ion. Then .e tund up. tl ht.n.d, and r.pUc.d verythlnc that .
Unfurn. 3 Br. Alt. Gar. Conv.
needed It. And suarMteed them 100" tot the repair Of reptacement'of
M m.tor m.chMlcai part.- for 30.da or 1000 mlf.. Come OVERSEAS OPPORTUNITIESFOR NAS & Cecil Field. 5137 Admiral
In Met double check.
"
on. Dr. $85
mo.
AXLE EXOFFICERSA
.ENGINETRANSMISSION .REAR AXLE .FRONT
ASSEMBLIES BRAKE SYSTEM'-ELECTRICAL SYRTDI large diversified U.S. corp. FOR RENT $65 MO.

A EVERY CAR STATE INSPECTED wants former officers capable ot House in country 20 mi. NAS.
2 ml.; Middleburg, hunti &fish-
independent general representation -
For 63 VW .' $895 in major foreign cities.Em- ing, partially f urn. 264-5221 or.

BURGLAR PROTECTIONFOR 64 VW Convertible . .. '. $1095 .phasis is on market research, 282-5235.
public relations and personal
YOUR HOME see,1111111IM.N..N VW $1195 TRAILER LOT FOR RENT '
.. 65 ., contact with foreign nationals.No "

Alarm .sji.lI ; ; ; i ii. 66 VW .' $1390 Base sales.salary during one year's 264-9642 Private 150'or 264-2774.x 200',Orange Park.

Sedan. .' $1650
I FloridaREST I 67 VW. ', "., East Coarf training Is $8,500,

............. .....!...!!................. 68 VW Sedans. t .. $ ? and rises to $12,000 within two CREDIT UNION POSSESSIONS
Sta. .' '. $1795 Fringes and allowancesare RCA COLOR CONSOLE TV, 68-
66 VW Dlx. Wag. : years. '
EASY 69 Models w/outdoor antenna.
and dependents accompany -
AT HOME OR AWAY 67 VW Karman .' $1875 generous employees on assign- Like 'new, Will finance Call Mr.

.. Call for your free home survey 66 .VW S uareback. .. .r...... .. '., .$1650 ments. 384-5941.Madison Base Ext. 2431 or

66 VW Fastback. :.. ." ..$1495 An applicant must be an ex-
7717756j commissioned officer or an officer -
66 VW Fastback, Air Cond. tfffi.; .. .- $1790 now committed to leave FURN DUPLEX '

67 VW Fastback .. .. ,;-\.r.,. 4 .,'. .' $1795 the service after one or two tours. 3804 Valencia Rd. 2 Adults pref.
2 BR. A/C w/Auto. Heat.
j AX s GREATEST 67 VW Fastback, Air Condo...; ;;'; t,- $2050 He must have and a maximum degree, language of four Park $125 ,incl. Utile Available Adj.

: : :SI25O aptitude a 389-7852 ....
,
FURNITURE 66 ffi.rr.V'.:..: dependents. Applicants and dependents -
.
67 : : : : : : : : ., $1995 must be adventurous, 11I"1*.,
t.-J
VALUES ., ,.* ," : S1395 and self-reliant. This
Mustang. A/C. . ,1.> 'f. : ; ', ;:: adaptable 12' WIDE 3 BR. NEW MOON $

MQLESALfi 65 OLDS Cutlass Cpe..,Air Cond.,*..,.... $1695 tunity Is a spectacular for the extraordinary career oppor-man. assume payments of $59.41 per
66 PLYM. Fury II 4 Dr. Extra <*:n; Air Cond. $1795 month. 741 S.' Lane Ave :':
Write or send your resume to: .
66 G.M.C w Ton pick UP $1395 Box 591, 900 Market Street,WllJnlngton STEREO AUTO "-

65 VW Double Cab Pick-up. . . $1350 Delaware 19899"'.'Those Console model with solid state
OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM best qualified will be invited to radio. Like new, Balance $68 or '
Interview. reliable party can assume $8

FOR SALE mo. payments.Call anytime,353-

WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN 66 Alpine MK5, 14,000 orig. mi. 1946. Will' deliver without obli
gation. 1606 Main St.
tit, 6piPlSGOUHT BR Green,3 Tops.5/50,000 War.
$1650. Ev'ngs & wk. ends 389- -,
INC. 5161. PARTTIMEMARRIED
E-4's and above. Are

1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 WANTED! DRIVER VW TO you having trouble making ends
STORE Port of Embarkation Charleston, meet? We work hoursin
Open 8 to 8 Daily; Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.l 1 PM to 6 PM S.C. All exp. pd. Call.Mrs. Cunningham with your can duty schedule.your Phone ..-

USNH Ex 2966. 2646485.December .



December 12, 1968ftiA
JAX ,AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER


Project Transition : Helpful ;' >?'




Step Toward a Civilian Job.hf:


..u __ .
Jax -- The hundreds of ser-
vicemen and women who pack
away their uniforms to re-enter
civilian life each week are finding -
it easier to compete in
America's job market thanks to
Project Transition -- a Department -
PRICE
of Defense programto
give enlisteds a marketableskill
?
,- before they take off their
'
; uniform for the last time.
Project Transition began in
BREAK 1967 after President Johnson
asked the Department of Defenseto
make available In-service
training and educational opportunities & d.
.'" -;) .::-:":".':: : :ik: ... $fI. .: _'.+"H .'. _-b'"; .-:" >>- > "_ for men who do not -1vv :
gain skills in the service that ,
OUR RCA COLOR PRICES START AT would help them compete for civilian e'I __ J- T:
jobs. Primarily aimed at
men ending their first term and p
those men with combat disabilities ,

$ 2 88 the program also aids .t -
those with pending medical discharges r -- t
EJ SOS Not Shown and those retiring.
..
.
Begins Here d', Py zs: c.,c V o 0a v "'"

LARGEST SCREEN SIZE MADE ject After, the a West Navy Coast subsequently pilot pro- 4 "*: ;7 ...,.. '
selected NAS Jacksonville as one
of its 14 Project Transition sites mrdr&SiCOUNSELING .
COLOR CONSOLE : ... .... .' ,
RCA under the DoD program. Since k .6.('.. .eL .:.. A 1-
the Transition program began PN2 Pam Aspinall Interviews SA Mary Smithas '
here in January, hundreds of men Miss Smith enters Project Transition at NAS Jax. The Inter
from local squadrons,Cecil Field
and Mayport, as well as other view is the first step in the training program.
area commands and ships have ducted in auto mechanics, car- State Employment Office, Veterans -
gone through counseling or a pentry, plumbing, plastic design Administration and'a host
training phase under guidance of and photography. of other local, state and federal
the local site. agencies in providing training,
In discussing( the local office, Training Varies to help meet the demand of
LCdr. Fred Reynolds, NAS Jax's One man who Is a golf pro America's employers.The .
Color Project Transition officer, said, spent his Project Transition period nation's Industries have
"We're equipped to aid men In at the golf course learningthe turned to Project Transition as '.
obtaining'training before their basics of running a pro stop, a prime source of men to fill ;
discharge no matter what field and another,who holds a teaching its work force shortages. Lo-
Value they wish to enter after they certificate i is spending several cally,businesses call the NAS office -
leave the service." weeks at a local high school dally asking for men with ,, .
The local office has providedor working as an assistant dean a certain skill to fill vacancies. : :
f OL 610 'Y' dlo. arranged training for men who of boys. Both programs were Automotive companies, gas '
$449'LNO wanted to become everythingfrom arranged by LCdr. Reynolds and station chains, and other indus
a sewing machine repair- his staff of three military and tries are seeking Project Transition -
; man to a meat cutter. Training two civilian employees. people to train to fill jobs '
i classes have also been con- Discussing the, success of locally and nation wide. One man
Project Transition locally, Mr. completed a six-week training ,'
I DOWN PAYMENT I NAVYAUTIO' Reynolds stated "Local busi- Program with General Motors In : '
nesses are finding our office a Jacksonville and then accepted a
prime source of employees and job in his Texas home 'town for
are pleased with the work and $4.50 an hour after leaving the
Value-priced viewing performance of former Navy- service. .
t "
men. "We can't guarantee a man job
from RCA! The project officer stressedthe after completing Project Transition
INSURANCE need for men who have no training," LCdr. Reynoldssaid
skill to stop by the Transition "But we've been fairly ', ,
Oh, so portable, Office, Bldg. 9.'>5, to arrange for successful In aiding men to gain '
at a price that'soh 1 an interview. "We oftenfind men employment." '
so right! who aren't sure of what they want
111 I uucaii Personal portable to 'do after their discharge," he Nationwide SuccessMr.

.likes to travel pointed out. "We have helped Reynolds recently atteoo,0.
and Its price is these men select a training pro- ed a nation-wide conference ,'
to take.Dependable. gram during their initial inter- ,
easy "
RCA 1i view. (Continued on Page 18)) ,

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.__ 12-411.74 tq.K pfcturt the local office works closely employer in about 10 medical .", ,
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MoviesMovies --
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will be shown nightly

,at the NAS Theater: at 7:30p.m. Schedules

There will also be a kiddie matinee -

at 2 p.m. Saturday and a
regular feature at 2 Sun- Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. J Jacksonville,
p.m. Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
day and holidays. The Hospital "O" CLUB -- Something new arriving too late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
Theater will have one nightly and something special for pat- publisher is instructed otherwise. A check or money order for:the full cost of the ad must ';.
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field rons of the "0" Club this month. be received WITH the copy for the ad. "

will have two nightly shows dur- Sunday (Dec. 15))is"Family Day"at

ing the week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. the club. Special guest for the De Net Sand Cash I; ,
Matinees will be shown on week- day will be Santa Claus. lie will : ,\ < "cC' .. ,.
ends at 2 and 5 p.m. be around to talk to the t ':y.r
Ratings: AdultsG-General; set from 3 to 4:30 p.m. younger Prestonthe Rate: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . : '. r';) { .$2.00

Audience; M--Matured Youths ,Magician will be hand .a
; on to
Superior; E--Excellent;VG-- entertain the entire family. For Per additional liae ((4 words per line). . . 0.50

Very Good G--Good; F--Falr; the parents(and non-parents too),
CNA--Class: Not Available. Happy Hour will be from 3.to
4:30: p.m.' A new "Steak Night"
will be held at the club every
THURSDAY Dec. 12 Tuesday from 6 to 9'p.m.. The LAKE LOTS FOR RENT
HOUSE FOR SALE BY
"0" Club continues to feature Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. 3921 Lane Ave., S. 3Br., 2Ba. OWNER
NAS: "LAST ADVENTURE" "Beefeaters 387-7379. Excel condition, 4 Br., 2 BCen
Night" every Terms. Call Owner Fam. Rm., Fplc., BIRO, Dish.
starring Alain Delon. Color ad- Thursday & tral A/C & Heat, Redwood fence.
Air.
; "Champagne Dinner washer, Refrig., C/Ht
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE
venture. G/G ((103 mins.) Special" Friday and Saturday Houses & VA & 2 Car Gar., 6 ft. fenced yd. Rolling Hills area 781-3680.any-.
Apts. Equity, time.
HOSPITAL:,"TORTURE GARDEN" "Stars and Bars" for bachelor FHA[ resales $50 & $100 dwn. $185 Mon. Orange Park Realty,

starring >Beverly Adams guys and gals Saturday and Call Powell or Mills, USN 264-2411 Option to Buy.BASENJIPUPPIES .
and Jack Palance Color Horror Wednesday night is "Chicken Park DIAL TOM CAVINESS I '
Ret. 264 2411 Orange
G/G ((101 mins.) Night," If you would like to become a
Realty. Military-Free Notary. A.K.C. REG.
CECIL FIELD "GUNS FOR
: Disc Jockey, Newscaster or Announcer.
SAN SEBASTIAN..starring Anthonr.Quin CPO Club -- 'The annual CPO UNFURN. HOUSE FOR RENT No bark No odor. Will be ready" A recorded message by.

i and Charles Bron- Club Christmas Party for Children 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath for Xmas. 768-6408. Tom Caviness tells you how.
,
son. Color. Drama. G/VG ((118 will be held Saturday after- Bungalow w/stove&refrig.Furn. Ph. 355-4834. 1

mins.) noon. The Club will be closed Dining Rm.,. Garage & Space GOLDEN SINGER '\\
Dec. 13 until 4 Heater. $90 Mo. EV 85545. SEW '
FRIDAY p.m. Saturday night, :
Like new, 4 dr. desk. Does all Unclaimed Layaway
NAS "THE BIBLE" Tommy C and Seminoles will be WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear this without attachments:Button- NEVER USED : "
: starring
Michael Parks and Richard lIar- on Clubs hand as music makers. The NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of holes, fancy designs, blind hems. Twin needle Zig Zag sewing ma

ris. Color Drama. G/S ((174 will Club perform tomorrow Jammes Rd. Furn. & Unfurn. overcasts winds bobbin through chine. Makes buttonholes;'fancy
mins.) night. menu specials are Apts. Newly painted 2BR LR, needle. Bal. $41 or $5.20 mo. designs, blind hems. Paybal.$25cash
'HOSPITAL "LAST ADVEN- Prime Rib Roast for $1.95 Sunday Kit. Furn Nook 2 Car parking. Free home trials. 771-8211 or $5 mo. Dealer. Free
TURE" : Friend Chicken for $.95 Water Sewage & Garbage incld. Dealer. 6437 Wilson Blvd.MIDDLEBURG'AREA. home trial 771-9106 anytime. "<"t'
Tuesday Rib Eye Steak for$1.35 $85
Mo. for unfurn.
Only Call
CECIL FIELD "THE DETECTIVE" -
: Wednesday and Pizzas for $.75
starring Frank Sinatra Thursday evening. 387-2541 3890744., nites.or weekends Call 6437 Wilson Blvd. ;.

and Lee Remick. Color Drama. Big Branch Rd., 5 acres 10 .
A/VG ((122 mins.) HELP WANTED
JUSTISS TRAILER PARK I' seres & larger. Terms. Ph.
BLUE JACKETS INN -- To- Retiree interested in stockroomand
Ctr. 282-5272 or 282-5224.
SATURDAY Dec. 14 Mile no. of NAS. Clean
night the music makers will be modern trailers & Apts. 389- warehouse work Apply In
NAS; "BANDOLERA" starring the Roadrunners. Tomorrow and 3007. person in the morning at R.E.
James Stewart and Dean Martin. Saturday the Crystal Cathedralwill MILITARY GUEST QTRS. Wilkerson Co. 603 Kings Street.

Color, western A-M/VG ((106 be on stage.; Sunday from 2 HELP WANTED! 2 Br. Furn. Apt. A/C Furn.,
mins.) to 6 p.m. the music makers will Clerical cashier exper- Built in elect kitch. Will rent FOR RENT J"
HOSPITAL: "THE'BIBLE" be the Standard Production followed ience required temporary to TAD Personnel. Suitable for 2 Br. House Unfurn...$80.: 4714

CECIL FIELD: "TORTURE' by the Crystal Cathedral work through !I Christmas. -Families or Bachelors. 5 min.to Irvington St., 355-6639.': 'f,

GARDEN". I., .' I.f, au8, p.m The Standard Pro- Name' your own hours. See Nj\S"'i' TV* Utensils, Elec., .1 '"'
duction will return' Monday the Mrs. Perry at Half Price ,Blanket optional 2646884. : '
SATURDAY MATINEENAS FURN APT. NR.NAS &
and the Roadrunners Beach Blvd Jax r .
Academy Tuesday House
Cecil. 1 or 2 BR., Fenced yard .
"BIG PARADE OF SINGER AUTO. $62
: Wednesday. Beach. ,
: '
Swim Pool $65 & 771-0348.:::
Color Musical and Machine. Guaranteed.
Comedy" Sewing ZigZags ,
SEA .HOUND: chapter 9. ((109 makes designs etc. Sewson AUTOMOBILE FURNISHED

mins.)) buttons, makes, button holes East & West Coast 353-3691.
OPEN SUNDAYA
balance $62 $8 :
or assume
pay
.. Trl E SrEPspToA mo. payments. Phone 353-1946 VIETNAM VETERANS'. .
anytime. Will deliver No obligation -
Stop paying high rent. You can
RF I. 1606 Main Street. NOW buy VA repossessed homes
FUT/ for $100 down with VA paying
MOBILE, HOMES FOR SALE .
closing costs. $62 mo. & up.

RETIRe LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY Over 12 wides.50 Used Phone Trailers.398-1126.8,10 Mr. VANSANDT REALTY 387-1213.

pROMO c W. I". them th. VW 16 point S.f.ty and Performance Inapect- Alderman. 4118 Philips Hiway FOR RENT ,
,,era07s Ion. Then we tun.d up UcMened, and replaced everything that
w needed It. And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or replacement Unfurn. 3 Br. Att. Gar. Conv.
,AFIoNDS 'of all major mechanical part*- for 30.day or 1000 mile.. Com OVERSEAS OPPORTUNITIESFOR NAS & Cecil Field. 5137 AdmiralDr.
.
on 1ft end double check. "
$85
'ENOINE'TRANSMISSION'REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE EXOFFICERSA mo.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM FOR RENT $65 MO.
A ASSEMBLIES SYSTEM large diversified U.S. corp.
EVERY CAR STATE INSPECTED wants former officers capable ot House in country 20 mi. NAS.
.
2 mi. Middleburg hunting&fishing -
independent general representation -
ForBURGLAR 63 VW .' $895 in major foreign cities.Em- partially furn. 264-5221 or

PROTECTIONFOR 64 VW Convertible. . ', . '. $1095 phasis is on market research, 282-5235.
public relations and personal
'

...........YOUR..............HOME..............see.....1 65' VW .. $1195 contact with foreign nationals.No TRAILER LOT FOR RENT "
Alarm Systems I iII. II 66 VW $1390 sales. 264-9642 Private 150' x200'Orange Park.
or 264-2774.
Base salary during one year'sEast
67 VW Sedan. '. ." $1650
1 of Florida I I '. Coat training is $8,500
....................!....................... 68 VW Sedans . . '. '.J: 'T.' $ ? and rises to $12,000 within two CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONSRCA '
Sta. .. .' $1795 Fringes and allowancesare COLOR CONSOLE TV, 68-
EASY 66 VW Dlx. Wag.- :,. years. '
REST 69 Models w/outdoor antenna.
AT HOME OR AWAY 67 VW Kaman Cpe. . :"'. .' $1875 generous employees and dependents on assign accompany Like new Will finance Call Mr.

Call for your free home survey 66 VW Squareback. . ./ .:.' $1650 ments. Madison Base Ext. 2431 or

7717756JAX'S 66 VW Fastback. :: ',. ;r1/tt:*;. .*..$1495 An applicant must,be an ex- 384-5941.
commissioned officer or an officer -
66 VW Fastback, Air Cond. ;.Vttt/.v; : ';.. : $1790 now committed to leave FURN DUPLEX

67 VW Fastback. . ". .>\.*:: .. $1795 the service after one or two tours. 3804 Valencia Rd. 2 Adults pref.
.
:' 2 BR. A/C w/Auto. Heat. Adj.
I Air Condo', : ; $2050 He must have a degree language
GREATESTFURNITURE 67 VW Fastback, : <.;. ? Park $125 incl. Util. Available
s p "i- aptitude and a maximum of four
66 Valiant, ., riV, .51150 389-7852
; '" dependents. Applicants and dependents ;;
67 Mustang.'. ...' f..'.!.-." .. .. $1995 must be adventurous -... 1M
"' '
VALUES'SURPLUS Mustang, A/C .. ... .,.:-<', ;..j,'L.!-. $1395 adaptable and self-reliant. This
12' WIDE 3 BR. NEW MOON
65 OLDS.Cutlass Cpe. ..Air COJ..d ,! .. ... : ::$1695 ts a spectacular for the career" opportunity assume payments of $59.41 per;

66 PLYM. Fury II 4 Dr. Extra Clian, Air Con ". $179565 extraordinary man. month. 741 S.' Lane Ave. '
Write or send your resume to:
66 G.M.c'v* Ton pick UP $1395 Box 591, 900 Market Street Wilmington STEREO AUTO "=

I. VW Double Cab Pick-up. . . $1350 Delaware 19899" Those Console model with solid state
1 OVER 50 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM'WESTSI best qualified will be invited to radio. Like new, Balance $68 or '

interview. reliable party can assume $8

FOR SALE mo. payments.Call anytime,353-
DE.VOLKSWAGEN a 66 Alpine MK5,14,000 orig. mi. 1946. Will deliver without obli
BR gation.1606 Main St.
Green,3Tops. 5/50,000 War.
$1650. Ev'ngs & wk. ends 3by-
INC.
5161. PARTTIMEMARRIED
GOODS E-4's and above. Are

1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 WANTED! DRIVER VW TO you having trouble making ends

PlSCOUHT STORttofts Open 8 to 8 ,Daily Sat. 8 5 Open Port of Embarkation Charleston, meet? We can work your hoursin ..
to Sun.l 1 PM
to 6 PM S.C. All exp. pd. Call.Mrs, Cunningham with your duty schedule. Phone ..
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I vides an assist for Captain F.L. McLinn Cecil Skipper as he wields the be capped with drawing for a prize television Friday. (Navyphotos by AN S.G.
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as the "Promenade" call sounds. On the other side of the. .
circle Mrs. McDonald is doing some promenading of her own '
with PN I AI Blackmon who mounts a whole chestful of
square dance competition ribbons on his fancy Western shirt.
It puts in Occasion was the Protestant Chaplain's Christmas Barbecue
Hoedown. (Photos by AN S.G. Stillings.)

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This Is the handiest shaver you can get. :J" .
It's the Cordless Speedshaver 20B. It gives
you 30 days of shaves on the power of just 4 ,..raJj
.,' inexpensive penlight batteries. And It's good :
; for use in the field because it never needs an AY b aA H pIA"'
electric outlet. ? d ''k4 .
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comes in a compact mirrored wallet.
Another shaver we have that puts in .
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{/ Navy Dependent CompetesIn NWC #86Events ",



Beauty Queen Contest

Jax -- At the.Navy Wives Club
r Jax #86 business meeting Dec.
WASH. 4, Mrs. Frances Bush elected
D.C. -- It's teenpowerin was -
The winner and her
an enviable manner! two court of r i. ;, h to the nominating committeeand
Judith Ann runners-up will be crowned will serve with Mrs.Charles
(Judy) Kossler, 19r: and .
presented '
to the nation via Smith, Mrs. Thomas
Woffard
year-old daughter of RAdm.Her- ABC Television I ,
at half time of
man J.Kossler,wields that power the East-West Shrine Game in __ __Mrs. Barney Meyer, and Mrs.
with meaningful credentials. San Francisco Dec. James Bradstreet to choose a
on 28.
Bright and beautiful Judy is: slate of new officers for the com-
a college sophomore at Clemson Judy Kossler is 5 feet 5 1/2 'r ing year. Nominations for office
University in South Carolina, an I inches tall, weighs 125 lbs. and should be given to one of the
A student majoring in math, a has ,light brown hair and blue- ____ nominating committee members.
cheerleader of the Clemson Tigers gray eyes. Her measurementsare Mrs. Michael Sklar was pre-

'Miss Clemson University, 36-25-36. sented a farewell gift from the
and the reigning Queen of the club by the president, Mrs. Tho-
The Clemson coed who is also '
Atlantic Coast Conference. ; mas Bennett. The gift was a Navy
Judy's dream is to into the only military dependent Wives gold pill box.
go
in the nationwide "Queen of College -
After the meeting, members
computer work after college.But
that will come much later. Her Football" contest, is a 1966 g; icA worked setting up the booths for
immediate concern is to capture high school graduate of the Navy the bazaar held the next day.Dec.

the Queen's crown of "College Dependent School at Sangley __ 5, under the chairmanship Mrs.
Football" for the Atlantic Coast Point, Republic of the Philip I Thomas Woffard. The proceeds
Conference.To pines. from the bazaar will be donatedto

do this she .: the Naval Air Station Chaplain's -
must com- Her father, now Commandant t '
with 13 other "Conference of '$" Fund to provide Christmas
pete the Sixth Naval District, with
Queens" in a national balloting.The headquarters in Charleston. S.C., for needy families.
contest dramatizes the dis- was for two years the Philippine Members held a Christmas
taff participation in the 100th Commander of U.S. forces. 7: ) luncheon yesterday in the club-
anniversary.Celebration of ,., house. Guests were the club'ssponsors
,
American College football. th y0 : Mrs. Henry Cutler,
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Life ,> Mrs. Walter Honour and honorary
Magazine's Dec. 6 edI- 4t ..
tion ran, pictures of the contes- ; :: i member, Mrs. Reginald Berry.
0 : y' (""ti\'rlr; : .. Plans were made for the Child-
tants, along with ballots to i<" r. .,,,$<: :
per-
t4 ;
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j> : ren's Christmas Party to beheldin
mit football fans across the :' ; i :'
country to vote for their choiceof the clubhouse Dec.22 at 2 p.m.,
complete with gifts, a visit from
a college football queen. If ON THE BALLOT Miss Judy Anne Kossler
19 year old Santa and refreshments for all.
ballots from Life
able are not avail- daughter of RAdm. and Mrs. Herman J. Kossler, is the sole Mrs. Dallas Shumate, Mrs. Tho-
suffice., postcards or letters will military entry in the upcoming nationwide balloting to select mas Light and Mrs. Jimmie Gibson -

America's "Queen of College Football." will be the committee in
Votes
be
must sent to: Cen-
charge of the
tennial Queen Contest, P.O. Box -- party.

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Christmas Party will be held for ...' i.... .: : : :. : :' '.' '..: ::;;,i'I fl. JQ4

NAS personnel, Saturday at the Officer I: LIVING' ROOM b''. >,' .<.;, V\;
Club. The feature
will '
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cocktails (at happy hour prices) :-t.
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and a buffetat -, ; "
8:30. ; 'FOYER ,, r. BIG new models ,.
Dress for the evening will be ...I PORCH } ::a

formal with long or short dresses F I D; with GIANT 0 oa

acceptable for the ladies. BRI 1 3
The price for entrance will be B B '. ," (. Rooms! en
Family
$2.50 per person.A : :...,;'Z:.:': !1
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Im n
welcome will be given to o CL m. xtr

Lt (jg) Dennis Ireland, and o '. ,. .( Model C-IO I' \,; ,;I "" ';. r=

farewells to Cdr. Joseph Dimino, .. S ",'t'f'1. '." eo(
LCdr. Samuel Phillips, Lt. William )to "f" 1 PAflO ,

Vincent, Lt. Robert Poqulisand g 'BR2, .MASTER BR; '. o
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Lt. Craig Carlson. < ;'.., ., tv cUR 0
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Reservations II. ), ';,. ><<.. FR BR 3 .tL 6R2k en 3
should be made

through Cdr. J.K. Davis at Ext. ., ..
3154 or 3155 not later than noon. en::L ,.
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g Model C 10 p CP 0, <1.' FcL B BRI r F

From the spacious, sunken family room in front "' ". 'J',':,,> eo(
..... )to to the light and breezy back porch, here i is Flor. .{\ '. B
:J ida living at its best! large Bedrooms, 2 full ,, ., ,. .. .,. ...S. H .. w ::a
::L baths, walk'in closets and a big foyer are also -' Model C 8 ,. ._w- g
a yours in the new C"10. "-"--- "" 3:
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-=- fiiImERCURY O A central entrance foyer separates, the living and 3pt a
o S quiet areas of C--You'll find y bedrooms, .<2 ,baths -

;, ,.., and many roomy closets:plus a l free separate dining rUR
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A' "PATIO .; room. Why not include a family room fireplace (optional
J ) in plans! :0
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MARINE SUPPLIES J.I BUR;, CI. N Don't just peek! open wide your eyes! you're not dreaming ..,
;: 'a huge 19 foot. family room is a dream come true in :::0
BOATS TRAILERS ,. CL.. 41 this Oelldir beauty. Separate dining room, 3 Bedrooms, 0
aLL a 2 Baths-our family home is fantastically low in price. o

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Safe Decorations w w Bachelors Can ';'.1 .'.;

Make Merrier c; ; t. Have Parties, Too.: ::! .:


I, Christmas_ ); f ,$ WASHINGTON EDITOR !- '. :
W (FAMILY :'.:.. ,
WASHINGTON (FAMILY EDITOR -: ) Just because you're a :'.'.' '

) ., It was a cold Decem- 4 a W {wsiS bachelor intheNavydoesn'tmean -:' ,:t'
ber day, just one week before ( il 1 you can't entertain. Even if you .. ': .
Christmas. Mrs. Tom Jones $ live in the barracks with no little

wife of a second class petty officer / pad to call your own,you can till ... .
was busy with last minute : Jt.i'ji f fYk give (parties for friends. S
preparations for a Navy wives How? Well, there are plentyof

club Christmas party. More J J( parks with out door grills.
than 40 guests were expectedto Some even have shelters with
attend. and ready for the .
rn wood all cut J...'.". .
Mrs. Jones had made some decorations Indoor fire place. Hot dogs ; ", :
for the party,includinga hamburgers or steak, if you want
candle centerpiece circled with 4 to splurge, can be grilled; a .
flammable evergreens and a big delicatessen or your girl friend '
ribbon bow. This,attractive arrangement can provide potato salad or cole ',:,

was placed on a long w slaw. These, with potato chips, '...... ,
table, covered with a gay paper k ? cold drinks and cookies, will
cloth. Bright red streamers:hung satisfy the hungriest crowd and '.::'

from the table to the nylon carpet assure you of invitations for

ing.She + r weeks to come. ,. .
stood back for a few seconds If you are blessed with an '' .. .
admiring her handiwork, apartment or other dwelling, ..'.,'
then decided to light the tall, there is very little excuse: for
slender, scented candles. She intended not inviting guests over for a
to let them burn only a few modest dinner. A bottle o(wine,
minutes, just long enough to let 4t4'S* 41 ;S '4 b :: some spaghetti, salad and Italian .'.

the pleasant: odor permeate the be the Never :. ",".
bread could menu. .. -....
room. ", .7Wdik9l_>_AlJS MMJ ____MJIIMMMM MJ iJ I MJIiIIIMMi cooked spagetti? Get a simple :.
,: Then she went to the kitchen cookbook and -
start experimenting. .
( to: finish decorating her freshly- I TIle most important thing .. -.. ,' ,
baked cookies ,Before she started i Christmas Is Coming is to try -- even the fussiest :-" :': '.

she was interrupted by a. guests:: sympathize with a cook ,'.;.:<

phone call. Next, the paper boy .---- _-_-- MMMMMMMMM; MMMMM: >:-->, who tries. ... ','",'
came to the back door. Then
If budget isn't too restricted -
your
came another phone call. Finally',
she returned to her cookie de- It's Toys For serve Group and:! its "Toys for DOD and Unions buy a big roast of '
Tots." beef; bake some potatoes, add ,
corating.. Navy and Marine Corps the salad, bread and wine and .. .
Even though the fire
depart- Cooperate InCa lis have fixed feast
Time
ment responded immediately,the Tots families can help the programby you an easily
that sit around for houror
fire caused some $5,000 damage donating tired toys to the can an
t to the house and furnishings groups, which will paint and repair WASH. (FAMILY EDITOR) two while you amuse your
(WASH. (FAMILY EDITOR) .
them in their spare time. "Hi, Mom"! "Hello, darling." guests. '
Creating fireproof decorations and battered dolls
Broken toys The toys then will be given to "It's me, honey! Greetingslike Most bachelors worry about
can be an inexpensive holidayproject can be brought back to life again ,
how make
orphanges, day-care centers these will come over the to things come out
for the whole famil\ to bring joy to unfortunate child and needy families.In telephone wires again this year even, so they aren't waiting fora
Make your Christmas and ewYear's ren. How? Through the ener- bake when the steak
spite of the aptitude for when the Christmas TelephoneCall potato to '
both. safe and merry this gies of the Marine Corps Re- repairs, the Marines are very Program gets underway. is already cooked. Prepare

:year. grateful when they receive, donations Sponsored jointly by the Com- everything possible ahead of '

- - - of new toys, too. So munications Workers of America time. If you are having spag-
keep them in mind when you do (CWA), AFL-CIO and the De- hetti, make the sauce and let it .
your Christmas shopping. ? of Defense,the program} simmer; slice and butter the .," .:, : .
partmen
.. .... . ., ..,.)''tiread the '.'
'f PADDLE YOUR CANOE provides free telephone7,calls: ; tear up :salad.greens; .
Safety Stories from overseas servicemen tof Then, just before you want to ",. ..

i : : their;families at liome. eat, cook the spaghetti, heat the. .. ,". .
DOWN 17 -: '
.: Calls are arranged two Ways, bread and fix the salad. 't.,.
You May Need those at home may be contactedby When serving roast beef, cook :

to theTIKI' a local union, or a service- the meat at 325 degrees for 16-20
man overseas may be selectedby minutes a pound, depending on
WASH. (FAMILY EDITOR) the USO, which will pay for whether'' you like it rare or well
S'S' Tired of safety stories? Maybeyou the call with CWA funds. done. The last hour, stick in the
are, but the information such Priority this year will be given scrubbed baking potatoes. Prick
articles contain can save a life, to calls from patients in mili- them with a fork after a few
prevent a fire or instill an awareness tary hospitals outside the United minutes; they are done when the
a of good safety practices.It's States. fork goes in easily. Take them
especially important to be out and let it rest ,about half
careful at Christmas time, when Lock PackagesIn an hour before it is supposedto

a tired minds and bodies often relax be done -- this will make it ,:, ;, '.

their vigil. The sky dark- Trunk of CarWASH easier to cut and will keep the .; "
ens early, roads are apt to be juices in. Then a few minutes '.

:, slippery and drivers are easily (FAMILY EDITOR) before you are ready to eat, heat .
; distracted -- by lights, personal
Christmas packages should be the bread and fix the salad.Shopping .
\ worries or alcohol.At .
locked in the trunk of '
your car M:
home, danger lurks in the
i away from sight even if the car '. '
form of the Christmas tree or '.;
is locked (which always shouldbe
candles on a decorated mantle-
). Thieves are tempted by the
piece. Sharp toys, or those with
of loot and stand the
sight ; you
little pans that can be swallowed -
are another hazard. risk of losing both the gifts and

The kitchen Is a busy place the car.Give.

during holidays -- but again a Navy Corn bat
1 and 2 Bedroom place that is filled with potential 12
weapons. Just a few of these
Art for ChristmasWASH. Days
are grease fires, broken glass,
Apartments Now Available knives and electrical short cir 'til Christmas s :

cults. (FAMILY EDITOR) .. 1M IitIMMM. ..
Read those safety stories -- A handsome full-color litho- M

Clear, 'inviting' Pool Complete laundry they only take a few minutes graph, nicely framed, makes a Don't, forget that there are :.
9 Large open Gazebo for facilities but their messages should remainin memorable gift for friends or dozens of females
private' Luaus .Central eager ready .
heating and
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'. your mind over the holidays. family. And the Navy has some .. .
Lounge available by Air Conditioning' to ply your guests with dips, :
beautiful combat "
) Reservation Wall to wall carpeting an prints avail- spreads and other types of '. 1
Private Patios G drapes able at $1 each, including post- goodies. Give a punch partyor ....

e Master Muzak.TV System 6 Large Walk-in' closets' i-;;: PEST-i| age.paintings A brochure is available describing from the ,a beer, party. or simply a

....................: ...l- soft drink party. Ask each girlto
Fully Equipped' Kitchens by ,_ "' .u.... Sr CO TROL SERVICE, Director, Navy Publications and bring a, different dish. All
t Complete Put Control' Printing Service, Building 4, you provide' Is the' place, the .
1
These features! d iLtIji1YkLLI included in the moderate rent. hM 3740 Main' Section D, 700 Robbins Ave., drinks and the ice, :
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...... FREE Inspection may be ordered from the same (home is
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THE! address. You provide the frame. be critical if it is dirty. So be ;

sure you have cleaned it within ,
i an inch of its life, paying parti-
: _:::J\\ Ladies Be Better Dressed For Less cular attention to the kitchenand

bathroom. Use paper plates ',
I : Save .'rllltJhe I Nave 5.IISit cups and napkins. They will '. '::. ..

make clean-up a cinch. Don't '.' "
NOW forget lots of '
big ash trays.
22} Miles From JAX HAS Main GateS on Cocktail ( !! Soo Small groups are best for several :

Hw 17 IB Park and II w reasons: the people get to .. .
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: Shove Season Mark to '2-3 lgonce

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Jax -- Coach Tom Warner's battle 'against. the. Filers and
.i Jax ,Fliers posted apair, of easy left with a sound 84-45 beating.
wins' over the weekend and head The winners jumped Into a 94
i\ into:action: this weekend with a halftime lead, and outscored the
.\ season -record of two wins. a- visitors 45-21 In the final 20-
gainst three losses. minutes of play to bring in their
'\; The Fliers used a well-balanc- second win of the campaign.

oIl; ed attack, in Friday night's victory Five Fliers hit double figures T s
over the Bradford Hawks with' John Mann's, 15 'leading the
-1' from Starke, Florida. The NAS attack. Bob Tuscan canned 14,
five. jumped 'into a 46-37 halftime Greg Burham 13, Ken Winkle
lead. and coasted, to the 12 _and Pete Bovenkamp 11 in ;ha
;: 90-71 victory behind the fine the win over the Yellowstone.Steve \
.1 shooting of Steve.Miller. Miller Miller, the, club's stalwart
'. paced the first ,season victoryfor forward missed Saturday's. con-
the; ,Fliers with 20 pointson
: test.Friday
elghrflelders; 'and four charity : night the Filers will

i tosses:: John.. Mann netted 16< attempt to square their!, season,
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while,.,. the TWO. big men, PeteBovenkamp slate when .they host the Atlantic -
.and, Greg Burham, National Bank team in an
were,each lacing 13 points and. 8. p.lJ-. contest set for the-gymnasium -
BobTus'cangot a dozen.w \ Building .threeThe; 'vis- 1 : t aVAP
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.t NAS Saturday for an ,. I'I .,.. 1. __ ____ .__ _____n

.: t. 1 .'i'1: '.. v J q (1 R. -62's football team, displays trophies won' In recent tournaments., Kneeling from left to
.? .;...:; ... 4" :t right are. AE3 Gary Hartford, PN2 Mick Riddle, PN3 Ray Badovinatz: ADJ3 ,Jim Mercer ADJ2
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:',,:;, : -I : t PN2 Mike Riddle 17-0 mark scoring 540 pointsto Their three 'year totals are 56

] ; ; : the oppositions 34, and averaging wins and no losses and they
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; Jax -- For the past three yearsin 31.8 points per game to scored 1706 points against a
touch football in the Jax area their opponent's 2.0. VAP-62 meager 166 for an average'30.5
... ') : VAP-62 has overwhelmed all opposition -, finished first In their league, points a game against only 2.9.
i' y 'i:. .. .,:.. won every tournamentand won the intramural champion- The VAP-62 Tigers rate as one
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championship; and left the ship, the ComFairJax tourna- of the greatest teams in' NAS
'. ;;:: ,.v ::.' other teams battle it out. to see ment and the Jax Area Military Jax history and one of the 'best
who was.second best. Intermural Tournament.In In Navy history. A big reason
f '- ).1'\ ;,..' In 1966 the photomen finished .- 1968, they finished with a. for the team's success is' a
-:; V... with a 17-0 record scoring 22-0 slate, scoring:. 678 points to' name that is synonymous :with '
lost month w. said 488 points and allowing the opposition .the opposition's 52, for an aver-; NAS Jax sports Don Jackson
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s. \: \ < .' .'... 7V, ''Tigers' finished first.,In their' 'finished first In their JeaaueS and coached the team' the past
: .> : .. ) ,; league, won the Intramural sham_ won the intramural .championship -' three seasons' .

t ;c: /:.: :To a. ,deportment:store Santa .who.,wanted, )i ::1, pionshlp the ComFairJax'' tour. the CbmFairJax tourney.; Pr. Tresit l. ..
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f. ney and the base championship.In the Sax Area and the Military .
I .!);:; .his. f own family! ( to'enjoy I the' holidays._ './ \,,;: :/;, > 1967, they, finished with a Intermural Tournament. (C:_.tin ed fr.m 'ace 12)) ./

.. ,i f r:To,"a:Glwho Wou.'d' .t propose'until i! he' had" -; i Project Washington Transition and feels Officers that the In
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I[ Kal's I Navy Jax Swim Team .IMaIaLMMMIM.IIMIIN..MMII.MLNMI/MMMLIMMLIM..IMIIaMYNMLNaMNN'p

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Hosts Weekend MeetJax
ByJOSN Brent Kallestad ? : BIG

\: .- The Nary Sax Swim to first place ,in the 500-yard
With"1 the, Impending holidays Team hooted: their first swim freestyle, ",150-yard; backstroke I HOLIDAYThe -
as ri 'rusliinR at us it becomes meet of the 10C8-C9 reason Saturday and the 100yardbutterflyevents.
more:.difficult to maintain the afternoon with seven clubs Double-.>rknncrs,included Fletcher 'p !
"status quo" in, ,our: daily, efforts participating. Kafka,,Virginia WhJtnerand
but the sports world picksup The teams entered in the competition -. Sue Clark among the ladies, and
the tempo and Jacksonville, were the Jacksonville Mark Miller.Kyle Miller Chip
well as'many other parts of thenation'are Eager Team of Swimmers, Lagdon and I lank Weaver in the
lining up a "honey (JETS); the Gainesville 300Club men's events.Others ,
Tom & Jerry's Brandy Flips the Jacksonville Carroway Athle-, who claimed firsts in \
and football will be three of the tic' Club: Jesup Georgia Swim their races. were Ginhy Bunn, .
most 'oft used words during the'Christmas' Team; Jacksonville Alderman Ellen:: Smalling and. Jane Stains- XSSO A VEWIfspo
New Years lull in Park Swim Club; the, Jax Navy by in the girls, events, and John
American activity and If you team and unattached entries. Corse, Robert Smalling, Eddie
can't 'get home for the break The meet was held at the base Schaefer and Carl Kaniosky in
don't fret The Gator Bowl Basketball indoor,pool (adjacent'to the bowl the men's events.
Classic will be played at ing alley) and was held under the Virginia Whitner Ginny,Bunn. 1 1
the,Coliseum. December 26 and auspices of, the AAU. The host Ellen Smalling,Robert Smalling,
with, 'four of the country's top team sponsors a winter development Chip Lagdon and Carl Kaniosky RT coui*if :p
,clubs participating. The Florida swim program in preparation all represented the Navy Jax
Gators built around,6', 10" All- : for the state and national Swim Team. 307 Y-8V Auto traivs Factqiry AJT.Corw .
American Neil Walk open the swimming meets which are held The local swim club is open to Powc> Steering RH W W
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holiday festival against the In the summer. active duty personnel and depen-
Northwestern Wildcats one of Meets are scheduled for hereon dents who would be interested in
the Big, Ten's pre-season Saturday, January 9; Satur- participating. w
favorites*The Wildcats of Larry day, February 8; and Saturday, 68 GALAXIE I
Glass have one of the country's, March 8,during the winter, sea- BASKETBALL,
,top backcourj duos in Dale Kelly SOO' 4 DR. ,HARDTOP
and.'Terry Camber. In the second son.In :Saturday's action two girls Friday 8 P.M.. ,
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December 26, Bob;Cousy's Bos-: Beverly' Lillard, swimming[ for Jax Fliers" ',1' Power Steering, R&H, / tires.( $2595
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,Georgia Bulldogs who have one
sprints. She captured the 25 vs
of the,nations best bigmen in yard backstroke, 25-yard free-
6'11 Bob.Leinhard. style, and25-yardbutterfly.Lynn Atlantic Nat'l Bank 68 BEL AIR
Tickets!: are selling for ,$1, 2, Million, swimming for Gaines-
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Saturday,: December 28th of the Gainesville 300 Club was '
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PROTECTION I 327 V-8 Auto trans., Factory Air

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driving record,you'refor R&H W/W tires.
Nationwide. The Get any amount, large or small,
drivers In
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5142 NORMANDY BLVD Aetna Finance,: Co. .1 :>_ ("MORE THAN 200 :
PHONE 389-1308 A Financial! Service of ITT ,x.34 I !
(Based on 24 Uaa.) CLEAN CARS!!
VISIT YOUR NEARBY AETNA OFFICE I

5551 NORMANDY bLVD. -,, PHONE 786-0191 1550 CASSAT AVE. (J
INSURANCE 45 W. Duval"3SS-7543 or 8006 L'em Turner, Rd.-768-0501 _

Nationwide oo Aetna PHONE 34-3471 == .
Hom. Officet Columbus.Oh The good word for a loan is Lrui NINuNNI euaseNNYNWIe



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