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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1968
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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care. there's an air of breathless 'expectation as the children eagerly .

listen for the sound of Santa's sleigh bells. As this glad spirit of ,
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joys of giving and receiving, all the true blessings of the season. ,
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The Staff.JAX AIR NEWS

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J.::'..: Unwrapable Gift I NAS Christmas Sharing Drive


.

"''' "(("'Editors.A' Note: The' !following was ,written by a member of the iG =t eekend

newly formed NAS O1o r. It tells of the writer's personal satis- Continues Thro

faction in being able to give and receive in the truest meaning of

:the Christmas spirit.)
Giving is a thankless Job or may seem that way at times. Whetherthe The HAS Christmas Shar-

gift be goods or services, a present to the maiden aunt that lives ing Drive heads into its

far away and never visits, or Christmas caroling at hospitals, final few days and throughthe

it all often appears the same. At Christmas time so many thingsare generosity of base per-
done out of a sense of duty it takes the edge off the act of giving.
and Duval
The thanks proffered; seem empty and at times there are not thanks sonnel County
at all. Campfire Girls needy familiesIn

While caroling in a hospital the people who are the audience are ya ,F Jacksonville will have an

largely unseen or,in their rooms or they listen over a speaker sys- enjoyable Christmas meal.
tem. There Is no audience response to speak of, and therefore,

,very little to bolster the singers while they perform. Even the right The drive officially,klcked-off
hearted singer, in singing songs not asked for, finds a curl of doubt I' t wA Nov. 27 and since then canned

within ,that asks if the, gift is worthy, or even wanted. One beginsto goods and money contributionshave
have a feeling of lets get it over with because no- one seems to h been received by Chaplain

,.be listening. J.E. Dorsey, drive coordinator,
But notice the ones ,who are apparent, who have come out of their and his helpers.

,. rooms to lean against the doorfacing -- only a handful Last Friday the Campfire Girls
with 'expressionless faces. Out"they listen intently. The old turned In their efforts from going

coupleone visiting the' other, stand close ,together;, their hands en- th f around the city of Jacksonvilleand

twind, 'the new mother, an elderly lady' with tears. in,her eyes 411" ."LZ4ib t' ;..u............ .... ...+ ....---.___.."';;<,."''r,n.;_ presented them to Capt. H.O.
thinking of something known only to her. Cutler, NAS commanding officer,
Suddenly the singers: are inspired ,by the small part of their In downtown Hemming Park. Al-
audience that they can see. The sister comes down the passageway, MERRY CHRISTMAS -- Mrs. Han Tanzler (L), Capt. Cutler sen on hand for the occasion

her white habit flowing, and requests a song'for.a'little boy just and Mrs. Mary Dunlap ,cut ribbon at Hemming Park Friday. were Mrs. Hans Tanzler, wife of

out of open heart surgery that morning. No one:knows,the song Campfire Girls from ,throughout Duval County turned over I- Mayor Hans Tanzler, Mrs.

very well but they try to sing it for'him anyway. :The boy pleased tems for the station's Christmas Sharing Drive during the,afternoon. Mary Dunlap, executive directorof

and even laughs to,,show his pleasure.On .' the Campfire Girls, Bill Davis

ward after ward as the singers move' 'on the story Is re-' ..n.__....__._.___ from the mayor's office,Chaplain
peated. The spirit of Christmas, the spirit of giving never'seemed Dorsey and his assistant for the

more real. All,the Christmas parades,decorated trees, and brightly project Ens. Randall Parr.

wrapped presents cannot outshine the sparkle of a tear in an e1de lylady's "i The canned goods were loadedon

. eye. At the end the singers are not the. 'same.. They have 5 a truck and brought out to

given themselves. NAS Jax where they were add-

\ Try wrapping' that up in bright paper. ed to the contributions from base
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\X personnel. Through
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effort of ,both groups Chaplain
ceman'sGiff'-
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'j' ,.- / families will benefit from the
wt' "Christmas spirit" displayed by
, Christmas is .quite often a different will be the gigantic holiday feast all who donated something.I'm .
sent of holiday' for those of that has become traditional in
with thisyear's
pleased
us in the armed forces. For even the smallest military mess very
drive and the
those of us fortunate enough to hall. cooperationfrom
: all involved has
,
be assigned in an area.where we For some, there will be a gala persons"
been
can be with our families duringthe holiday USO show performed by Chaplain very Dorsey.good, commented
} the difference tireless entertainers who have
,holiday season, .
drive continues
is not too apparent.: But those also given up being with their, 'I thisTh weekend,and through

'serving alone in distant'over- families so tharwe might'have.a _nn__ --- '_.__ ___ ..._ __ ___'n__' "__' _n_n, add td a joyful Christmas anyone wishingtd turkey -
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seas assignments even !Ii.re*; ,little more;joy In our holiday. dinner for
mote areas,of the.U.S.,,the holiday : But with;"all'the'special festive, ANOTHER .GIFT -.' The Christmas Sharing Drive got another, can''' ,some needy'family the
takesoo'a'Certal: 'aspect of activities of Christmas it still boost when Mrs. Thomas Wofford, Navy Wives Club Jax 1## 86 drop''off''their Annex.goods at

loneliness,. perhaps even sad- won't be' quite the same for thoseof presented Chaplain J. E. Dorsey with a check for $122. Also Chapel or Chapel

ness. T us serving in the steaming' on' hand were Mrs. Henry Barnes (L) and Mrs. T. J. Bennett, This holiday season. with
To be there is heat of Vietnam or in a ,cold,
evidenceof
sure,
all its and
\ The check the club's rejoicing good
represented funds from_ recent bazaar.
the joyous holiday gray warship on the high seas.We'll
season to cheer .' is also a time for
be found in ,every military unit. miss the snow, holly, thoughts and reminiscences of .
Mail call brings Christmas loser mistletoe and gailydecoratedtrees. home
family, and the spiritual
to us, with the mail sacks .
values which have
Think about the family gatherIng singular
back home on Christmas Day. Zhrstmas: ( \9reeting( meaning to each of us.

'One of the things they're enjoy- $ Although Christmas of 1968 closes -
a profound International -
year
ing most is the feeling of"Peace,
Earth Good difficulty and national chal-
on Will Towar
lenge, the season also heralds a
Man. Of course peace doe At Christmas time Americans traditionally celebrate the ,birth New, Year individual promise.
,'not reign throughout the work of the "Prince of Peace" with their families, by exchanging gifts Much has been asked of you

and good man is often for with their relatives and friends, and by rededicating ,themselvesIn who have served this year In

.gotten. the spirit of the Joyous message' -- "Peace on Earth, Good Willto the Navy and Marine Corps of
But citizens of the United States "
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All Men. On this Christmas Day there will be many unable to
our You have given
country.
are closer to that ideal than share with their families
a traditional Christmas for they
are on
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than asked. So
more was too,
most people in the'world.
duty with the United States Navy''and United States Marine Corps have
families and loved
Those of us in the militaryare in Vietnam in the your
Mediterranean, In the Antarctic, or wherever ones. They havebornetheanxieties -
the vanguard of our nation, their needs'th Christmas has '
country m protecting that feeling of for they of .
are giving, themselves -- an "unselfish'contributioQ '
Many of at this moment,
"Peace you ,
on Earth, and Insuring -
to the cause of "Peace on Earth. To every man and woman of the serve far away from the
that presence
families'wlU'
our Navy-Marine Corps Team, uniformed and civilian I extend
,
my ..of families of
and the
continue to It,, in Qhrist'mases'to security
enjoy) heartfelt thanks for this dedicated service. You have my sincere '
'' f.your homes. This, absence is
come>l. best wishes for *'
If enjoyable, Christmas, and a rewarding and:Happy not pleasant .'; for the Christmas -
tthe
} ; true jjoyiof Christmas New Year, : 7 a .
Is in "the g-Jlngt..ather! than.in. ,' of season is that special time
of year when families and friends
the receiving, we can count ourselves Paul R. Ignatius
cherish the pleasures of ,being
among the happiest people Secretary Officer, ,HAS
1n the world. Our "gift"the '-- together. Were it not necessary,
overflowing 'Christmas wishes peace our countrymen en- this this individual sacrifice would not
During Christmas .Season It is time .
and gifts ''from! those 4ilove.\ : Joy + is' one of the- 'greatest ; proclaim the angel's message, "Peace earth once again to:,recall' and be asked'of you and your families.
on will '
,
good
Then on Christmas Day there that can be given.(AFPS) toward But it is recess'aryl!
'
men. Though Christmasisa of
I season Joy, it should also provide for Your service, be it in the
,all Christians a spiritual,reawakening to ,reaffirm their belief in the United States or the remotest

practical Peace. ,' daily application. of the principles taught by the .Prince:of reach 'of this globe 'afloat

jr A X 'AI Each year we hope and that the that or ashore represents.your
Ft 1ST E. WS pray year is passing }has brought commitment to ensure that your
us closer to .true Peace on Earth and that the new year that lies ahead family, your home,
yourcountrYJand
.. will show greater progress toward this end. The Prince of Peace
your heritage will not,suffer
The AX AIR NEWS is a Civilian' Enterprise Newspaper was born this day to show us the' way, but the rest is up to us. from the hostile, incursions of
Now Is also the
distributed' each time to dedicate or reaffirm our dedication
Thursday at the U.' S< Naval! 'Air Station to any enemy.I .
Jacksonville, Florida' by the Holt Publishing Company. the highest princples of spiritual belief, morality, character and
am proud, and
., a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the FAX AIR patriotism a time to renew faith and conviction and take stock of as a Navyman
: NEWS cwustube forwarded the Public Affairs Office, Box our abounding blessings, made possible by His suffering your Chief of Naval Operations,
..1: the Cro*
s.
2, Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub- The Christmas season Is traditionally to share with you this com-
--HcdUon. News items are welcomed from all a very special one for our mon commitment. By it hope-
sources Tele- ,
in the
personnel Armed Forces
although it is
phone 772 not
J 118 or J 119. always happy fully our actions
for some, stationed far from families and home. These we should be can sometimesoon

Advertisements/ are solicited by the publisher and queries especially remember when we join in the fervent hope for "Peace translated mankind's
concerning such should be directed to; on earth, good will toward men" and utter our prayer most noble desire for real peaceon
day universally true as He hoped it would be. Wl""iu one earth and good will toward
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blartdlng Blvd.

Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 27SS To each of you, your families and loved ones, I extend my most men.May your Christmas be blessed -

sincere, heartfelt .wishes.. for a very Merry Christmas and a most by spiritual and material reward -
joyous and prosperous New Year. and your New Year be one
VOL. 26 NO. 39 DECEMBER 19, 1968 ; of great happiness and inner

Capt. H.O. CutlerCommanding satisfaction.

Officer, HAS THOMAS MOORER
Admiral U.S. Navy




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I : Field' Schedules .


SERVICES
Protestant:
7 P.M. Dec. 15 "The
Singing Christmas Tree" -- AChristmas .,
Music Presentation by the Memorial Chapel Junior and Senior Choirs. '
1.I:>.M../ Ike. 18 SundayChurch. ,School Children's'. Christmas: J
Pageant. ,and Party. .f. s.v .
8 P.M. Dec. 24 Christmas Eve Candlelight\ Service" ,1 '
Roman Catholic: 'I
: 4-5 P.M. Christmas Eve ,- Confessions. -. .lil

12 P.M. Christmas Eve. Midnight Mass. w .
9 A.M. Christmas Day Mass with hymns by the Childrens Choir -.

9 A.M. and 12 A.M. Christmas Day Mass (Confessions before, .. ::1;,', ',

services., .. ) .
MOVIES -" -,
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Tonight: A TWIST OF SAND.Richard Johnson.and Honor Blackman. kr tir p \ k a '" zLS
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'Friday: THE -SAND PEBBLES. Steve McQueen and Candice ...<..;'...

Bergen. ,... r a
Saturday Matinee: THE BEAR
Saturday Eve: TIlE HEART IS A LONELY HUNTER. Alan Arkin
and Sandra Locke. -
Sunday Matinee: SANTA CLAUS CONQUERS THE MARTIANS.
Sunday Eve: BALLAD'OF JOSIE. Doris Day and Peter Graves.
Monday: WHERE ANGELS GO, TROUBLE FOLLOWS. Rosalind ,
Russell and Stella Stevens. I ,.
Christmas Eve: PRIVATE NAVY ,OF SGT. FARRELL. Bob
Hope, Phyllis Diller. .
Christmas: SHAKIEST GUN IN TIlE WEST. Don Knotts and .' ... ....
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Barbara Rhoades.
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Thursday: FIRECREEK. James Stewart, Henry Fonda and...Inger '" v,
Stevens. '
Friday: CHUBASCO. Richard Eagan and Susan Strasburg.
: CLUBS FESTIVE PIG..ATI I Bob Houghton, who bagged a handsome young Tom turkey In time for

Tonight: Bingo. Music by THE ROUSTABOUTS Thanksgiving, and AT2 Charles H. Reagan III were helping out with the Christmas turkey
Friday: DOOMSDAY REFRESHMENT COMMITTEE shoot last Friday when they decided to slip over into Yellow Water for an hour to see what
Saturday: THE ROUSTABOUTS .', they could see. What they saw was tender young pork for a Christmas side dish. Both men are t
Sunday: PHIL CAY AND THE CHANTELS from AMD Electronics, (Photo By PH3 John Fedorcyzk.)
Thursday ((26)) Bingo. Music with DOOMSDAY REFRESHMENT. .
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COMMITTEE .
Friday: TIlE ROUSTABOUTS VA-81 Scores Lonely
Saturday ((28) THE SOUNDS UNLIMITED
Sunday and Monday (New Year's Eve) PHIL CAY, AND THE
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CHANTELS 'First' Aboard JFK CONRoa's. :
Package Store Hours: 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Daily and 1 to 10 p.m.
on Weekends and Holidays. Club closed Christmas Day. :
ABOARD THE USS JOHN F. the first day of operations they Herschel St.
CPO CLUB. : KENNEDY VA-81 of Cecil flew and recovered 112 sorties Nursery
Friday: Trout dinner for 170. Music by the COUNTRY Field was the first operational Nearly a week prior to Nov. 2, 3907 HERSCHEL ST. I
ROAMERS. fleet squadron to deploy aboard Commander Hal Man,skipper of PREKWDERGARTENPersonal I
Saturday: Filet Mignon 8 oz. for $2.45 and 6 oz. for $2.10. Music this mammoth, conventionally CVW-1, borrowed a "Sunliner" Supervision
by the DRIFTERS powered carrier, according to Skyhawk to become the first pilotto HOT MEALS6AM
Friday ((27)) Menu special of lobster. Music by TOMMY 'C' a Kennedy news release. make an arrested landing on
Saturday ((28)) Delmonico Steak, 10 oz. for $1.95. Music by The squadron departed Cecil the Kennedy, Other squadrons to 7 PM OPEN HOLIDAYS
PHIL COOK: AND THE CHESSMEN. Field in October and the Kennedy from CVW-1 will join 81 in the 388-0638

NEW YEAR'S EVE: Special buffet dinner, including beverage, recovered twelve "Sunliner" near future.
features roasted torn turkey, ,baked ham or chicken, with i all the ships on Nov_ 2. Two days later
':, trimmings. Admission will be $12 per couple and $6 per single. the squadron was doing businessas ,
c" "ICE STATION ZEBRA".REMEMBER NAME-
The. bar will be open'and dinner will be available'for $2.! usual as if they didn't have
*Package Store Hours: Noon to 8 p.m. the vast lonely reaches of the YOUR UFE MAY DEPEND ON IT! ,
**The Club will be closed from 6 Christmas Eve through flight decks and towering, cave-
.:. Christmas Day. p.m. rnous hangar: decks all to them- An American nuclear sub...A sky full of Russian paratroopers.,.
selves, where the sound of a A race for the secret of Ice Station Zebra! ,
I' ORF
NEW: YEAR'S EVE: Beginning at 8 p.m. the Officer Recreation wrench falling echoed emptily f.
bulkheads. In
among'g1e m1ng
Facility will sponsor an entertaining evening including door prizes,
party favors, and a champagne breakfast. y.y. HL

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Loans Up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note r..,.,...""" brlIcltolll..directed by John Sturges produced by Martin Ransotaff rwwtwtTICKETS
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See phone book white pages for nearest office
Xmas Holiday Schedul..Sat. D.c. 21 thru Sun. j.. 5
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:: Extend Safety Record ,y ?s4.4 i' ,t dya

During each year approximately 500 Navymen lose their lives as
the result of off-duty motor vehicles accidents and thousands more
are injured. These statistics were released this week by the Chief
of Naval Operations in a Navy-wide message.
Expressing fear over the hazardous driving conditions duringthe
holidays, the Navy's top admiral said, "Let's change the *
trend and make this the safest holiday ever and the beginningof ;
a safer year. A conscious effort by all hands is necessaryto
stop this needless waste of human life*
In order to remind NAS Jax military personnel and civilian
employees of the extra caution needed in holiday traffic, the station
conducted a series of drive-safe lectures at the station theater d R 1 "
last week. Helping in the program was Sgt. Maurice DuPont of 9
the Florida Highway Patrol.
NAS Safety Officer Charlie Able pointed out during the lecturesand
films that it has been 10 years since a serviceman or woman
from NAS Jacksonville has been killed in an automobile accident 4; '
during the holiday period. With a ,little luck and a lot of cautionby
all hands on leave, the New Year could bring the safety recordto
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; Jax Divers Retrieve A7 ,from GulfJax

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-. Navy divers from NAS waters in the marked area no and pans hoisted to the Juniper,
\ Sax recently completed a suc- trace of the missing airplane was Despite the hazards of sharks
I. cessful underwater salvage found. In their next attempt to most of the A-7 was recovered.
operation off the coast of Sara- locate the aircraft the divers went including the engine. The Jax
1 out In a small boat dragging grappling divers were led by Lt. J.R.
sota.Five Jax-based divers loaded hooks in hopes of snaggingsome Nelson, diving officer, and team
their gear on a truck and droveto part of the plane. members,besides Gross,included -
St. Petersburg where they met Pans of the Corsair were located SF1 J.R. Greene, BM2 C.O.
J I i the Coast Guard buoy tender Juniper in an area covering 2,000 Carlisle and PN2 J.L. McMur-
and headed out eight miles yards and in water between 45 trey.
from Sarasota.In and 55 feet in depth. Accord-
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DRIVER EDUCATION-HelpIng with the station's pre-holiday that a Navy A-74 Corsair from C.E. Gross, "the visibility was
-u drive safe program was Sgt.. Maurice' DuPont, veteran officer NAS Cecil Field developed limited to only about five to ten
, of the Florida Highway Patrol. mechanical difficulties and feet which made searching for
\\r crashed. An oil slick on the small. pieces very difficult. Jax -- The Hobby Crafts Ceramic -
water indicated what was believed Once a piece was located by the Shop will remain closed from
i:4 Ladies Be Better Dressed For Less to be ,the site of the impact and grappling hook method of search: 5 p.m. Dec. 24, until 12:30 p.m.
't the Coast Guard had marked the an area in a 200-foot circle was Jan., 3. During this period, all:
:1V: Triad H... SirpissNOW area with buoys to make it easier marked off with underwater kilns will beover-hau1edinorder
for salvage operations. buoys. The search would then to correct heating deficiencies in
\ After extensive search of the be carried out in a confined area them.

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Tax -- New officers of the NAS members and their husbands fol
Marine Wives Club were installedin lowed.
their new positions for the Retiring Wives Club President
coming year on Monday evening Mary Swartz assisted ChaplainTJ.
in ceremonies at the Acey Deucy Rogers in the installation
Club. A buffet dinner for club ceremonies for the new officers

which include Mrs. Richard J.
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Naval Station and HAS Jax. The 55-year-old: Winter Park
Albany, Ga., Cecil Field, Mayport
Guests attending the installa-
resident is interested in military affairs and has expressed his approval of President-elect
HA P tion dinner and ceremonies included -
f,1 Lt. Col. and Mrs. R.P. Nixon's choice of Melvin Laird as Secretary of Defense. During a 45-minute ,orientation flight

Eckmann; Lt.,Col. and Mrs. S.F. over Mayport, Cecil and Jax, Gurney was briefed on new construction projects underway in the
NE"YEAR ,Shea and Maj. and Mrs. B.A. complex. Above, the senator-elect Jax businessman John Durrett and RAdm. Robert J. Stroh

Greene. Colonel Eckmann is listen to presentation In Com Fair Jax conference room.
commanding officer Marine

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( Note: This one of a The fund has been establishedfor dependents cope with emer-
VISIT series of articles to inform Navy providing loans without interest gencies continues at a lively.
and Marine Corps personnel to dependent children of pace. This past,quarter we have
the services provided by their active, retired or deceased provided gratuities totalling
Navy Relief Society.) Navy and Marine Corps per- 9635.80 and loans totaling
CLAUDE NOLAN sonnel for education at accredited 1164179.
By Capt. S.E. Wright
colleges, for vocational train A loan company advenises on
} Services provided byNavy.Re- ing or for preparatory academic the radio that they are not in
;Ai lief are normally for the purposeof work prior to entrance to one business to say "No". Well, we
:: meeting emergency, unanticipated of the state or national service do say. "No" occasionally. Whena
: needs. However, one new academies after graduation from serviceman has adequate funds
program of the opposite nature is high school. and chooses to spend l his moneyon
o ai expanding at a fast rate. Completed application forms luxuries and non-essentials,
In 1964, the Board of Managersof must be submitted to Head- then comes to Navy Relief for
the Navy relief Society approved quarters, Navy Relief Society, assistance with food and rent,
RHONE EL 3r3922 the establishment of an Edu- prior to March 15 for the sub- we are not sympathetic.We .
r cational Fund. The board ear- sequent school year. Complete may help once to prevent
marked $2-million for educational information and application hardship for, children. However,
loans and at the same time forms may be obtained by writ- afterproviding what assistanceseems
decided that 10 per cent of the ing"the Navy Relief Society,Room most urgent to prevent
annual contributions, should be 1030 Munitions Building', Washington actual hardship, 'and after pro-:
'credited to the fund.Participation ,DC20360.., ,0; .vtding financial ,counselling, We
has enjoyed phenomenal Local Aid advise the servicemen, that we
growth from 50.in 1964- cannot augment his income and
65 to approximately 1,000 Here in Jacksonville our work'of will not assist again for the same
in 1968-69..' helping servicemen and their reason.

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Christmas the chaplains at the
air station have announced the
schedule of services to be held
during the week of December 22.
Chaplain R.M. Harrison, senior -
chaplain, will deliver the
Christmas message at the All
; 'w' Saints' Protestant Chapel duringthe
Morning Worship Service at
10 a.m. on Sunday, Dec. 22.
Church School classes will be R + ; Yyri
conducted at the Chapel Annex,
Bldg. 772, at 9 a.m. Sunday,
,; Dec. 22. At the conclusion of
0'.. this activity, Junior Church
CHRISTMAS CHEER---Seasonal music is spread through a services wll be held at 10 a.m.
hospital wing as the Naval Air Station Choir, under the direction The chaplains have expressedtheir
of AC3 Joe Hupfer (I), join together in a Christmas hope that parents will utilize
carol. these.services as a means of pro-
viding their children with a religious -

Newly Formed Choir Christmas.At .opportunity. to usher in

7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec.
Cheers 24, a Christmas Eve Candlelight
OldJax
Young HOLY SCENE--The station's traditional
Carol Service will be held at the manger scene was
All Saints Chapel. It will offer set up recently by PN2, Ron,Jones (I) and LCdr. R.L. Rober-
-- The Naval ,Air Station Swelling the singers' ranks the entire family a chance to son Jr., CHC, (r). The display may be seen at'the corner of
Choir, formed last month by ,considerably, was the Protes- worship together in preparationfor Mustin Rd. and Dirmlngton Ave.
Lt. Al Herrington of the Public tant Chapel Choir. "Withoutthe Christmas ,.
Affairs Office, brought seasons addition of the chapel choir Activities at St Edward's
greetings to four area hospitalson members, it would have been Catholic Chapel have been announced -
Dec. 9 and 11. impossible to accomplish what by Chaplains.T.Dimino
The newly organized group was we did," remarked Lt. Herrington. and VJ Mahoney. The December
under the direction of AC3 Joe 24 Mass will be celebrated at
Hupfer while Christmas carolingat Lt. Herrington also expressed 11:30 a.m. Confessions wll be LOUNGE ,& PWCKASE STORE
the Naval Hospital, Baptist his appreciation for the fine heard from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. and
Hospital, Doctor's Hospital and welcome and cooperation extended from 7 to 8 p.m. Christmas
St. Vincent's Hospital. by Miss Nancy Hight, recreation Day services, in addition to an 3909 BLANDING BLVD PHONE 771.3385i
"The air station singers were worker for the American 8 a.m. Mass at the Naval hospital
well accepted at their different Red Cross at the Naval will include a Midnight Welcome
performances", Hupfer said. Hospital, and Sister Shirley at Mass at midnight and Massesat
"We wanted to sing at more of St. Vincent's Hospital.For 9 and 11 a.m.
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but prior commitments prevented bership in the NAS Choir contact C.D. Harper Jr., will conduct .... .
us from singing elsewhere." Lt. Herrington at Ext. 2370 a Protestant Worship service at :. 0 0.
the Naval Hospital at 10 a.m. s ., No Cover.. v"ld
At 9 p.m. Dec., 24 a Christmas .s:..
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Christmas music provided by a

LCdr Cecil D. Harper Jr., CHC choral Protestant group Chapel.from the St. Luke's LOTS OF FUN!!

Something mightier than a proclamation and love which can reach' into
by an emperor was man's hearts and make them ----,
happening when Caesar Augustus different and new. Sf 6 PM 2 AM JOIN US!
issued a decree that for tax pur- The heart of this Advent season u SONSJGRUIWGS
poses all the world should be lies in the expectation of the
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days God was sending forth his des. Therefore let us prepare -s .
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BACK TO BACK SANTAS... Lt. Kenneth Storms (left) of VA-
45 was one of his squadron's "Santas" this year as they
hosted underprivileged area children to a toy-buying spree
downtown, and The Old Fellow Himself' visited a party for .s
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themselves, pause to discuss a
matter of awesome import:
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and the merriestof Most major domestic air-
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WASHINGTON (FAMILY EDI- Christmas is traditional, and so wait for St. Nicholas to arrive V i! .
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are the
holiday
customs that are instead of our Santa Claus, they _
laughter of thousands of children observed in each country.In place their shoes outside a win-
rings out all over the World.It India', people gather around dow, hoping that he will drive by
Is the season that puts good huge log fires and and _
sing dance with gifts for good boys and girls. :
will into the hearts of men and all .
night.In
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women. The celebration of Romania, boys go from followed by a cart laden with par I
house to house singing carols, cels. Before they go to sleep,
Exchange carrying a large wooden star the children stuff their shoes
called a "steauna." A pictureof with hay so the horse will have '.
the Holy Family, painted or something to eat during the Jour- ;:,..
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pasted in the center, Is illumi- ney. ::''. i'">.'%, :,' 4' >
Customers nated with a candle. Honor St. Lucia in Sweden i tl: {; "'i-:'" .>>- .. "" '" 'Ii' .., .... w':.

Pinatas for Mexican Children The COFFEE TIME Santa' lately helper makes sure the jolly old
yule celebration in Sweden man takes time out for a rest break as part of the National Coffee
Mexican children's parties are begins on St. Lucia's Day, Safety Stop Program to help reduce the holiday traffic toIL Thous-
CautionedThis highlighted with pinatas. Theseare December 13, when the eldest ands of restaurants across the nation will serve free coffee to
fragile, decorated containers daughter in long white robes,becomes drivers during the Christmas and New Tear's holidays as an incentive "
made of clay or paper holding a "Lucia-bride." Wearing for them to get off the highways for frequent rest stops.
toys and candy. The pinata is a crown of whortleberrieswith Armed Forces safety officials are cooperating with the International
is the time of year when suspended from the ceiling and seven lighted 'candles, she Assn. of Chiefs of Police; International Bridge Tunnel &:
sales soar and the 1968 holi- the children take turns trying to goes forth bearing sweetmeatsfor Turnpike Assn.; American Assn. of Motor Vehicle Administrators;
day shopping period promises to break it open with a stick while family and friends. and the National Restaurant Assn. in the accident prevention ef
bring a record number patronsto blindfolded. fort.
the newly remodelediMain Birds Remembered in Norway
Ceppo Is Italian Tree
change. Amid the feasting, joy and mined in the household. Every Candles are a special pan of
Within its expanded sales area The Italians celebrate Christmas churchgoing in Norway, the effort is made to find a giant Christmas in Ireland. In each
are bargains that cannot be foundat with the ceppo, which is birds are remembered on Christmas log that will burn as long as home candles are lighted .and
retail stores downtown. Cloth- similar to our Christmas' tree. Eve. Sheaves of grain, especially possible. placed in every window where
ing.sports equipment, household Generally, each child has his own saved, appear on roof Swiss Friendships RenewedThe they burn all night as symbolsof
goods and many miscellaneousitems ceppo made of wood strips that tops of homes and even on the welcome to travelers.
are sold at greatly reduced form three or four shelves. They tall buildings in the business dis stillness of the Swiss
prices. decorate them with paint, pinecones trict. mountains in the lovely winter Christmas in Brazil
The exchange facilities at military and candles and then place Yule Log Is English CustomTo suddenly rings with cheer and Christmas in Brazil, as in
bases are created for the their gifts on the upper shelves. laughter, for Christmas is a time other South American countries,
benefit of the military personnelon The bottom shelf displays the nativity express the warm emotions of family gatherings, the renewalof is observed: In the summer
active and retired status, scene. and bright hopes of Christmas, old friendships and the remembering time. A midnight Mass is cele-
their dependents, and for cerusm the yule log is lit on the hearth. of acquaintances and brated Christmas Eve under the
= si = St. Nicholas vs. Santa ClausIn While it is burning, wrongs are relatives. The Prince of Peace tropical sky In church court:
countries where children forgiven and no work is perillMli reigns in this peaceful nation. yards. Christmas dinner eaten
11I. outdoors in a festive atmosphere.

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peace.
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government.
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allowed, there is someone who
wants to take advantage of itand
many times illegally. Cases of
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buyers without the variety of ?
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received. Exchanges are setupto [ ipi
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but when people start making pur-
chases for,persons not authorized -
exchanges priviledges they
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A Advancement ceremonies were and the class average was 74.57.Cdr Andreu and runner-up for the
held Monday in Bldg. 500 for 16 . second flight was A01 C.R. Be-
members of the Naval Air Technical thune. .
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: w : Capt. R.P. Kline, commanding superintendent of the Aviation A CHRISTMAS PRESENT -- .
will be '
officer, congratulated the men Ordnanceman School, presented Free bus transportation
and presented them with Certifi- trophies to winners and runners- provided for one day trips to Silver -
cates of Appointment.AECS : up of the AO School Christmas Springs and to St. Augustine
F. "D" Foster was advanced golf tournament. Presentationwas Marineland over the .Christmas
as a result of the February made at the annual AO Holidays for NATTC naval per-
'-'c_ sonnel. Trips to Silver Springsare
1968 examination. Christmas party held on Friday at
h AOC C.R Wilburn JrAOls the Wilson boulevard Armory. scheduled for December 21,
W.U Beach, D.R. Brown, J.C.Culp Winners of the two-flight eli- 23, 26 and 28 and January 2 and
El : C.W. GibsonandW.L.Waymire.AE1's mination contest were Parron G. 4. Trips to St. Augustine! ,
W.B. Smith and C.V. Gallop, first flight and AQ2 JohnW. Marineland are scheduled for
Sprayberry. BTI C.T. Nation, Dudek, second flight. First December 27 and 30 and January
L. A8'SR.D. Ebbeson and P.O. flight runner-up was AOCMW.H. 3.
Milling, AE2 M.A.Kennedy,ADJ3 ..
CPO CHRISTMAS PARTY. G.T. Hack DP3 F.E. Hargis and nS
for under PH3 D.G. Huron. '
The annual party It
privileged children given * *
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each year by the chiefs of
Forty-one members of AOA)
NAS and NATTC, was heldat School, Class 833 graduated dur-
the CPO Club Saturday ing a ceremony held Dec. 11 in
Special thanks for the eventgo Bldg. 411. Lt. Elmer F. Bolen-
to: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Moon burg officiated at the ceremony.He sx '
head Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rodgers congratulated the graduatesand
Chief and Mrs. Ross and presented them with

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at 2 p.m..Saturday and a regular Richard Egan and Susan Stras-
feature at 2p.m. Sundayand berg. Color Drama. G/VG ((109 Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Bl d. Jacksonville !
holidays. The Hospital mins.) Florida, 32210, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. '
Theater will have one nightly feature HOSBITAI. "FIRECREEK"WEDNESDAY Ads arriving too (late for this deadline will be published the following week unless the
publisher is,instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
at 7 p.m. Cecil Field will DEC. 25 be received WITH the copy for the ad.De .
have two nightly shows duringthe NAS: "NOBODY'S PERFECT"starring

week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Doug McClure and Nancy Nit Siid Cask "
Matinees will be shown weekends Kwan.
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at 2 and 5 p.m. mins., HOSPITAL) : "CHUBASCO"THURSDAY Rite: Minimum charge ((3 liias). . : . o. $2.00
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neral Audience:. M--Matured DEC. 26 Per 1 ltl'IIIIII' ((4 words per Hit). . . 0.50
Youths; S--Superior; EExcellent NAS: "DID YOU HEAR THE
; VG--Very Good; G--Good; ONE ABOUT THE TRAVELING
F--Fair; CNA-Class Not Avail- SALESLADY?" starring Phyllis

able. Diller and Bob Denver. Color STEREO AUTO FOR RENT HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNER
THURSDAY, DEC. 19 Comedy. G/VG ((105 mins.) Console model with solid state 3921! Lane Ave., S. 3Br., 2Ba. Excel condition 4 Br., 2 BCen-

NAS "BALLAD OF JOSE"starring HOSPITAL: "NOBODY'S PER radio. Like new, Balance $68 or Fam. Rm., Fplc., BIRO, Dish- tral A/C & Heat, Redwood fence.
: Doris and FECT"FRIDAY reliable party can assume $8 washer, Refrig., C/Ht & Air. Rolling Hills area 781-3680 any-
Day Peter
Color DEC. 27 mo. payments.Call anytime,353- 2 Car Gar., 6 ft. fenced yd. time.
Graves. Comedy drama. 1946. Will deliver without obli $185 Mon. Orange Park Realty,
NAS
G/VG ((102 mins.) : "FOR LOVE OF IVY" gation. 264-2411 -II
Option to Buy
HOSPITAL: "THE HE.AnTISA starring Sidney Poitier and Abbey DIAL TOM CAVINESS! v ,.
LONELY HUNTER" starring Lincoln. Color Romantic Co LAKE LOTS If you would like to become ,a' ,
Alan Arkin and Sandra Locke. medy. A-M/G ((109 mins.) Large lots on Santa Fe Lake. BASENJI-PUPPIES A.K.C. REG. Disc Jockey, Newscast .r or An-.
Color Drama. G/E ((124 mins.) HOSPITAL: "DID YOU HEAR _Terms. .Call Owner, 387-7379. No bark, No odor. Will be ready nouncer. A recorded massage by
THE ONE ABOUT THE TRAVELING for Xmas. 7686408. Tom Caviness tells you how.,
FRIDAY, DEC. 20 SALESLADY" FOR RENT OR FOR SALE Ph. 3554834.
Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & .
SINGER
SATURDAY, DEC. 28
NAS: "WHERE ANGELS GO, FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. GOLDEN SEW
TROUBLE FOLLOWS" starring NAS: "COUNTDOWN" Call USN Unclaimed Layaway
starr- Powell or Mills,
Like
new, 4 dr. desk. Does all
Rosalind Russell and Van John ing James Caap and
NEVER
Joanna Ret. 264 2411 Orange Park this without attachments Button- USED
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son. Color Comedy.. G/VG ((95 Moore. Color Drama. GA'G ((109 Realty. Military-Free Notary. holes, fancy designs, blind hems, Twin needle Zig Zag sewing machine -
mins.)
mins.) Makes buttonholes, fancy.
overcasts, winds bobbin through
HOSPITAL: "BALLAD OF HOSPITAL: "FOR LOVE OF UNFURN.'HOUSE FOR RENT needle. Bal. $41 or $5.20 mo. designs, blind hems. Pay bal.$ S

JOSE"SATURDAY IVY" 4031 Baltic St., 2 Br., 1 Bath' Free home trials. 771-8213 cash or $5 mo. Dealer. Free

DEC. 21 Bungalow w/stove&ref Furn. Dealer. 6437 Wilson Blvd.MIDDLEBURG home trial 771-9106 anytime.

PARDON Dining Rm., Garage & Space .
NAS: "PRIVATE NAVY OF Heater. $90 Mo. EV 8-5545. 6437 Wilson Blvd.
SGT. O'FARRELL" starringBobHope AREA

and Phyllis Diller. Color OUR WIL-MAR APARTMENTSNear Big Branch Rd., 5 acres 10 ORTEGA HILLS VA 4 3/4
Comedy. G/VG ((92 mins.) acres & larger. Terms. Ph. $118 3
NAS & Cecil 1 blk w/of Mo., BR..2 BA., LR., '
HOSPITAL: "WHERE ANGELSGO Jammes Rd. Furn.: & Unfurn. 282-5272 or 282-5224. DR., Den, Eat In ,Kit., 2 A/C
TROUBLE FOLLOWS" ABSENCE! Apts. Newly: painted, 2BR LR, Cus. Drapes, Carpet.BuyEquity.
Kit. Furn, Nook 2 Car parking. MILITARY GUEST QTRS. 3844397.

SATURDAY MATINEE ., There will not be an- Water, Sewage & Garbage incld. 2 Br. Furn. Apt. A/C Furn.
Only $85 Mo. for unfurn. Call Built in elect. kitch. Will rent ALL FOREIGN CAR OWNERS
NAS: "SANTA CLAUSE CON- other edition of Jax AirTNewsAfterburrfer 387-2541 nltes.or weekends Call to TAD Personnel. Suitable for Your Parts & Service Center
QUERS THE MARTIANS" and 3890744. Families Bachelors. PERFORMANCE CARS INC.
or 5 min.
"SEA,HOUND" Chapter.10.',-'* ; distributed .to NAS., TV Utensils, Elec.. 2144 Blanding Blvd. 3880428A

Blanket optional 264-6884. "SPOT" FOR YOU
aboard base JUSTISS TRAILER .PARK 1 ..
22
SUNDAY DEC. To selected, highly capable Officers .*
Qtr. Mile of NAS. Clean
no.
NAS: "SHAKIEST GUN IN THE until Jan. 9, 1969. modern trailers & Apts. 389- SINGER AUTO; $62 and Senior Petty Officers
WEST" starring Don Knotts. 3007. Sewing Machine. Guaranteed.Zig leaving the service a leading ..
Color Western Comedy. G/VG Zags, makes designs, etc. Sewson nationwide firm offers a positionwith
((109 mins.) buttons, makes button holes, ,an income that need never -
HOSPITAL: "PRIVATE NAVY OPEN \ SUNDAYA pay balance $62 or assume $8 stop climbing. A Job you'll like
OF SGT. O'FARRELL mo. payments.. Phone 353-1946 in a choice of locations.Company
anytime.' [ Will deliver,- No obligation sponsored orientation to speed
1606 Main Street. your transition. Write to P.O.
MONDAY, DEC. 23 Box 13177, Orlando. Fla. 32809
MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE Attn: Eastern Area Manager.
I Over 50 Used Trailers. 8,10,
NAS: "FIRECREEK" starring LITTLE GOES A LONG WAYV 12 Wides., Phone 398-1126. Mr.
James Stewart and Henry Fonda. Alderman. 4118 Philips Hiw y.
Color Western. G/VG((112mins.) .... them the VW 16 point Safety and Pcrfoimanc Inspect CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS "
HOSPITAL "SHAKIEST GUN ion. Then .e tuned up, tJhten.d. and replaced vtnrthlnx that 66 MUSTANG 2 DR. ,HT. 6 Cyl.' '
: n..d.d It. And guaranu.d them 1007. for the repair or replacementof 1931 MODEL A FORD SEDAN
IN THE WEST"' all major mechanical pert* for 30 days or 1000 milee.-,Comeon Runs Good. $395. New tires&Battery,Auto Trans., '
In end double check. STRIPPED DOWN, OverhauledEng. Call Mr. Madison,Base Ext.2431
-ENGINE TRANSMISSION -REAR AXLE -FRONT AXLE "
ASSEMBLIES -BRAKE SYSTEM EI"ECTRJCAL" SYSTEM Drivable, $125. 3887916. or 3845941.

EVERY CAR STATE INSPECTED VIETNAM VETERANSStop

GIANT SWAP MEET paying high rent. You can .
63 VW ., $895 1968 SHELBY
NOW buy VA repossessed homes COBRA GT 350

JAX LARGEST FLEA 64 VW Convertible. . . . .. $1095 for $100 down with VA paying Power Brakes &. Steering, R&H!

MARKETAll 65 VW Sedan. .,. ..,-., $1195 1 closing costs. $62 mo. & up. Auto Payments.Trans.724-5085, $600 Equity.after Take 4:30
Give us your address & we will
Spaces Under Shelter 66 VW Sedan..: ,.$1390 mail up to date list VANSANDT PM.
20th and
Edgewood 67 VW $1650 REALTY 387-1213.
4211 RAPALLO RD. 4 BR.
Every Sat. 9 am 6:00 pm ,68 VW Sedans . '. :.. $ y'; ALL STATE "250" 3 Baths, Home, Lovely Section.,

Sun. 9 am 6:00: pm 66 VW Dlx. Sta. Wag. .i.' .,. .. $1795 Got ,Married must sell $150 or Near NAS $225 mo. rent or will
':};;\.' .' $1875 sell at VA Appraisal. Call Mrs.
PHONE 67 VW Karman Cpe. ..best offer. 7720373., Pike 264-9920'

768-7058 or 768-4793 66 VW Squareback. . .. . .$1650 l
354-9119 7., STEREQ' AMPLIFIER, 28 WATT, ->aisli>
66 VW Fastback . J- .$1495 and Automatic, Turntable, Together FLEET- RESERVE

66 VW Fastback, Air Condo .'. . $1790 $65.' *Ph. 384-7435. after
5 p.m. C1UI #91ON'COLLINS
67 VW Fastback. $1795 ..

67 VW Fastback,-,Air Condo . ,..,:. $2030 ADMIRAL STEREO $1 ROAD
05 guan 66 Valiant.-1: ." ".,'. S1250 New 1968 Combination Stereo, HOLIDAY ACTIVITIES;
66 BARRACUDA..' $1695 AMFM Radio. Only 10,available -
Air V-3. A/T P/3. P/B: Extra Clean NOW at this $1. Sale Price. AH Dec. 21st.
:; J ( Factory : : '$139 S you have to do is agree to purchase Dance to the TUNESTERS
)J;11m 65 Mustang/ / .:; 65 record albums of YOUR 2100.0100 ,

66 PL YM. Fury II 4 Dr. Estrs Chen. Air Cond.- :$1795 CHOICE over 24 mo.. period:
.Vsan First First ServedforthisSALE. Dec. 22nd.
come
,,$1395
Juan at Niblick 66 G.M.CviTonpickup A-l Music Center, 1606. The EIGHT.BALLS are Back!'
Phone 384 4406 65 VW Double Cab Pick-up." . .. $1350 Main Street. Open( Friday. till by 2300.popular demand! 1900-,

OVER 50 CARS TO'CHOOSE FROM 9 P.M.) Dec.
28th.
1, 2 '
& 3 Bedrooms
Bud Davis and the
TUNE
i.
Garden Type Apartmentswith BURGLAR PROTECTION
WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN STERS return, 21000100.Dec. .' .
Country ClubAtmosphere ;For Your Home ALARM. Systemof 29th.
Fla. 77 -7756.
Kitchens equipped with G-E Coming on strong The __
Ranges 6 FUGITIVES'' 19002300.
.'Individual Air Refrigerators Conditioningand INC. WANTED; )FEMALE NURSE TO Dec. 31st.
Share> Beautiful
Villagewood Apt.
_Drapes Heating furnished by G-E 1150 LANE 'AVE.., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511 -i Near NAS. 781-5195 after,_PM. NEW Everything YEARS! $15 EVE couple.PARTY Your!!

Large Wai Ho Swimming wall Carpeting Pool and Open 8 to 8_Daily!. !, Sat.! 8 to 5 Open Sun.1 PM to 6 PM FURN. APTS FOR RENT guest are welcome.
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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pace 15



Station Clubs Plan Gala-_ :' .



;; Events for the Holidays .:y : _

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leT DuecyThe .
various clubs aboard the year 1568. Pirates boarding the Tickets are now available for t
station are offering a full sche- Gallion Como"
will pass the the New Year's Eve Party.There _
'dule of events through to the end "Buccanner Pubs," lined withbe- will be a bandsnacksdoorprizes -
a of the year. verages.A and noise makers.Candlelight .
At the Acey Duecy Qub, Mel "Pirates Buffet" will be
Gaden and his Lazy Rhythm Gals served in the "Grand Salon." Restaurant -
will be the music makers tomor- Buccanner Charlie Jay and his Tickets are now on sale for .
row night. A surprise Band will Merry Mates will provide the the Candlelight's New Year's Eve PRICE
be on stage,Saturday evening and music for the "Peg Leg Stump." party. Reservations are nude by ..
Mark Castle will be under the The club will be closed Christmas purchase of ticket only. Ticket
lights Sunday. Day.Menu prices are $7 per person and include : .
The club will close 6 p.m. specials at the officer's buffet dinner,noise makers
Christmas Eve and re-open cluh include the beefeaters night and a split of champagne. The BREAK.f'
6 p.m. Christmas Day. every Thursday from 6 to 9 p.m. band, Casy Johnson and the Moon
Mark Castle will return to the The entire club is informal Fri- lights will be on hand from'8:30, .
club Dec. 27, Tommy Brooks, day night. The Stars and Bars, p.m. until 1:30 a.m.PineappleOrange.
Dec;28 and the Eight Balls will a special club for bachelor guys

be on stage Dec. 29. and gals, is open every Satur- ., ,... _:.. ,.- ..
Tickets for the club's New day, from 5:30 to 9 p.m. .,,,.: f OUR RCA COLOR PRICES START AT
Year's Even Party are now on AS .
Blue Jackets ISf
Inn t
sale. The tickets are $8 per 1 ..
person or $16 per couple. The The Rowe Brothers will be tNU. c
Four Clubs will help bring in performing at the club tonight, $
the New Year. and the Camelots will appear tomorrow t""" f'\\..;! ; : 288 !
at the club include a and Saturday night. The 505 Not Shown.
buffet, Thursday and Friday, Standard Productions will be on
from '11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and stage Sunday afternoon, followed Juice
Sunday, 4'to 9 p.m. by the Chrystal Cathedral Sun-
day night. Turkey Rice Soup LARGEST SCREEN SIZE MADE
CPO Club a" Buttered Croutons
The Academy, formerly the
i Weekend music makers at the Ravens, will be the music makers Roast Tom Turkey
CPO Club includes The Clubs, Dec. 23. The Chrystal Cathedral Prime Rib Roast RCA COLOR CONSOLE
tomorrow, Tommy C and the return Dec. 24. A matinee dance Mashed Potatoes
Seminoles Saturday. The Tune will be held at the club Christmas Yorkshire Pudding
Twisters will be on hand Dec. 27 Day, and the Rowe Brothers will Buttered O'Brien Corn
and Tommy C returns Dec. 28. perform Christmas Night. Steamed Broccoli a
The CPO Club is planning a The club is offering complete
gala New Year's Eve Celebration Christmas Dinner, from 11 a.m. Brown Giblet Gravey
with music by,Mark Castle. to 11 p.m. The dinner, with all Mushroom Gravey
Reservations will be necessary.The the trimmingsbeverage Corn Bread Dressing
club will be closed Christmas sert will be $1.50. Chilled Cranberry Sauce
Day. The Rowe Brothers return Stuffed Olives
Menu specials include seafood again Dec. 26, followed by Phil Dill Pickles Color
special, $1.25 Friday, 'sirloin Cay, Dec. 27, and Dec. 28, the Carrot Curls
steak, $1.65 Saturday,.prime rib Standard Productionandchrvstal Cheese Stuffed Celery
roast, $1.95, fried chicken $.95, Cathedral Dec. 29, and again,the Spring Salad Value
r Tuesday and $.75 pizzas, Thurs- Rowe Brothers, Dec. 30. Pineapple Cole Slaw
day. A New Year's
Eve party will
French Dressing
'.1. Officer's lb';> ,* n-.be,,held 4# the.Blue Jackets Inn. Parker House Rolls .{ :' OL 630 4Yr cU.C. r- """ "
Tickets are now on sale for $3. r&
Patrons of the Officer's Club per person. Ticket prices include Butter Patties 'i" $449
will'be celebrating "New Year's dinner, noise makers and door Assorted Breads ,
Eve With Buccaneers.". prizes. The Crystal Cathedralwill Hot Mince Pie
Those attending will go through, be the music makers for this Ice Cream
the time capsule and go back to the gala event. Fruit Cake
FRA 126 Hot CoffeeIce I NO DOWN PAYMENT ,

VW4 Supports Tea w/Lemon Slices
The annual Christmas Party
for the children will be held Sun- Chilled Milk
Apollo Mission day afternoon,with entertainment Mixed Nuts Value-priced viewing
and refreshments and a visit from Assorted Candies
Jax -- Crews Two and Five of Santa. Assorted Fresh Fruit Barm' from RCA!
Weather, Reconnaissance Squadron
Four, with Lieutenant Com-
Oh, so portable,
manders D.L. Turner and F.C.
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Nelson commanding, departedthis SPECIAL RATES FOR CHRISTMAS, r --- ; ...L at a price that'sah
week on-special assignmentto ok NEW YEAR PARTYGOERS! so.right!
Task Force One Forty for the a ucactu Personal portable
manned flight of'Apollo. : NURSERY & KINDERGARTEN 11 likes to travel .
Flying WC-121N Super Con- mill. I I S STATE LICENSED BONDED AND INSURED and Its price to(
nies, the Navy's Hurricane: Hunt- easy totake.Dependable.
ers will fly along the projected SPECIALIZING IN PE8SONAL CARE RCA.
track of the Apollo launch vehicle INFANTS, PRESCHOOL, AND AFTER SCHOOL CARE, quality.
to provide weather infor- (ALL AGES) TlMHAMMATtModel
mation to Department of Defense HOT BALANCED MEALS AL 02
forces. 1 lilac..74...r,au..
The recovery Apollo is the Hour day, night or weekly rates
major current space program effort.Ulti- Convenient to Cedar Hills, Oak Hills and Wesconneff.

mate goal of the program is to 5105 Dugdale Road 771.5173
land men on the moon for limit- $ 88 WHILE THEY
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Everybody gets their crack at Those valiant few who refuse to ren" reeling. Christmas is the
Christmas, nowadays. The sentimentalists believe God has died a lasting magical future, glowing in a
IX ; maintain that it is the death before mass-produced child's eyes. The mellowed past,
sole province of children.Others Mammon say Christmas is celebrated shimmering in a mother's me-
# say commercialism has killed it in church, kneeling. mory. Shining sharp and poignant
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% at the roots, leaving only a garish Christmas is for love so wild in the now. Right now. This

s specter, glittering in the night. and. tender it leaves"love child- Christmas.
si The poem dreams of the natural -
i A MOTHER REFLECTS parting of ways in a war-

.' ," .. less world. The photographs are
." : : .:' fi:. The dolls and the bright red wagons of children of the men of VA-
I' )', The trains with tracks on the floor 106, deployed off the coast of a
''II';:1/1"/ /td t The fragile baubles and tinsel wartorn land, kept from home
r .1tf.!','e::' .to" Thatlitter my home no more. by war. Christmas finds us how
.. t it will. But it finds us. Thank
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.fI.. r. ..'/ The carols they sang on Quistrn.ts"j God.
All in a different key
,. The gay colored paper and ribbons
N"
.'.':. .' In which they wrapped presents for me. '
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Last month said The rush of the day before Christmas
we Filled with mystery, hope and fear
t. The of the
eager surprise morning
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Yes ,, :. I: ; ,i: Thank'God there wasn't" tear.'f. I K Ms
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}r s Then Father Time caught the first one
To a department store Santa who wanted J Took away his wagon and ball

his own family to enjoy the holidays. ", .r The train that he rides is a real one "
? He staned last fall. .
: : to college .
t .. To a GI who wouldn't propose until he had 4: .{ .
.;f ; 'The next one is close in behind him
t all his bills cleared } '
up. .
II'z. A doctor's he's training to be :
To a secretary who always dreamed of a { And only a Christmas greeting
This year did he wrap for me '
week in
Acapulco. v 1;: ,
Now the girl has a new look of wonder {.t sf
j To d marine who finally got up nerve to take : o
For Santa her
brought a ring ,'rw
dance lessons.To But it wasn't,from me or her father h

She becomes a bride in the spring ., _
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sailor who
a could spend two extra days .:'.," .

: : at home Christmas if he went: y air.We're .:n;'Z. \ Only one left at home now ..

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: Electric motors and football: ""/:.

not in business .. .; All that interest"him anymore ,,,;: i


to "No." ../ I'd swap back the well-ordered: 'Chris, >l
say The peace and.the quiet of the day i
For four bad, rowdy youngsters "' t
To help me be merry and gay. _
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By William//// R. Burkett, Jr. .:1

Home can be a lot of things to peaceful Carribean Isn't important coming from war. ..
a lot of people. To a Navy pilot ; hor is the fact that the Coming home.Sometimes w,\],'.l
aloft, looking for that flattop down USS Shangri-La's 100,000th arrested the lens say itr
below on the vast reaches of the landing since recommis- better than the pen ,
ocean that is home to the Navy, sioning has been chalked up. LCdr 1IIIIIIIIIn IIlIIlnllllllllllllllllllllll l l '
home can be the solid yank of a F.H. Duffield of Cecil Field's SPACIOUS & PEACEFULMARSHALL
tailhook finding its mark at the VA-72 is down safe once more, ACRES I
end of a sortie. That the sortie and that's what matters to the
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Home for Christmas. For an 'your inspection.. Large
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18 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER December 19, 1968


Two 'Premier Sailors' Mark 40 YearsTwo


of NAS Jax's "premier
sailors" reached personal mile-
stones when they recently marked -
40-year of federal service.
Serving their country since
1927 as sailors and civilian em-
ployees are Theodore. A. Murphyand
w, Glen W.HarveybothofJack-
r sonville.
a 'Ii'- By .a remarkable coincidenceboth
men were in "boot camp"at
3 d Great Lakes, Illinois, at the
same time and went through
training in the same company.
n After completion of their basic
a + training Murphy went to Pensa- r
cola and Harvey went aboard. the
battleship U&r(ArIzona. I
Harvey relates that there was
"not many people in aviation in .
EEO --Members of the station's Equal Employment those days.' lie retired from the
Opportunity Committee met recently to discuss ways to assist Navy as a lieutenant in July
minority employees who are interested in self-development and 1949 and feels that his years were
4 ;' training. Members attending the meeting included ((1 to r) JesseL. well spent. "The service is a r-, __",,. 'U -_k--- -
Moore, security. Capt. B.W. Dean, executive officer, MaryE. great opportunity to advance FORTY YEARS OF SERVICE-=:Fondly reminiscing about the
Bannister, comptroller department, Maxie A. Borders, public yourself in education and travel,"
"old of the that in 1927 Glen W. Har-
works, Kathryn P. Robinson, supply, Michael Cascone, employee- he commented. He now servesas days" Navy began are '
... management relations superintendent and James L. Bellinger Jr., a Quality Assurance Inspectorat vey (I), and Theodore A. ,Murphy who both work at NARF. \

equal employment opportunity assistant. Interested employees should NARF.
contact the equal employment opportunity assistant at extension 3252 Murphy continued his active
Announced
or any of the members of the committee. duty a little longer and retiredas Openings
a Chief Warrant Gunner in
I
1954. Now working in Production
Control Dispatch at NARF he Merit promotion opportunities miner (Typing) GS-4, Area of
currently open for receipt.of application consideration: NAS, NARF,
"my 40 in
says years .
ml? ,.y govern-
= ment service have been very rewarding are listed below. The NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, FAE-
a and I'd do it all over area of consideration and closing TULANT. Naval Hospital, Navy
vrjP q.. again. I have no regrets." date of each are shown. Commissary Stores Navy Recruiting .- :
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R !/ ..E- Murphy and Harvey were MPB No. 72-67 Plan D-grade Station, Disease Vector
awarded 40 year service pins levels GS-4 and below, MPB No. Control Center and Resident
during Ceremonies in Capt. C.D. 79-67 Plan C all semi-skilled Storage Office, Jacksonville.Applications
Faulders office. Others receiving positions pay level seven and below for these positions will I
: 40 year pins during the and MPB No. 83-67 Plan B be accepted through the close of :I
same ceremonies included Mic- all skilled positions pay level business Monday. ,
hael Tkac and Robert Brennan. eight and above. Area of con- MPB No. 184-68 Inventory I
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1'a" KK' sideration: NAS, NARF, NARTU, Management Specialist, GS-9.
t Y.o Freedom Shires Can COMFAIRJAX, FAETULANT, Area of consideration: HAS "
c' ', Naval Hospital, Navy Com- NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX.FAETULANT. '
Redeemed.. at links missary Stores Navy Recruiting Naval Hospital,
Station, Disease Vector Control Navy Commissary Stores, Navy F f
Center and Resident Storage Office Recruiting Station, Disease Vec- i
i The Secretary of the Treasuryhas Jacksonville. Applicationsfor tor Control Center and Resident ;
announced that banks and these positions will be accepted Storage Office, Jacksonville.Applications I
1 other paying agents who in the at any -time. A separate for these positions will
past could redeem U.S. Savings application must be filed for each be accepted throught the close of t
Bonds may now'redeem Freedom position iff W Which interested.- business Dec. 26. ,
Shares as well.
R,+ MPB No. 166-68 Industrial Engineer. MPB No. 185-68 Clerk-typist,
The new passage,signed by the GS-5, 7,9, and 11. Areaof GS-4. Area of consideration:
President Oct. 21, changes the consideration:Nationwide.Applications -: NAS. NARF. NARTU,OJMF Am- I
old passage which would not allow will be accepted JAX FAETULANT, Naval Hos-
:: financial institutions other than through the close of businessDec. pital, Navy Commissary Stores, :
Federal Reserve Banks or their 30.MPB Navy Recruiting Station, Disease t
: branchs, to cash the Freedom Vector Control Center, Resident
Shares. No. 182-68 Voucher Exalob's -
Storage Office, Defense Surplus
Sales Office, NAS Jacksonvilleand
NAS Cecil Field. Applica- t
Se son shopping? tions for these positions will
be accepted through the closeof
: See RFC $ Oak Hill business Dec. 26. 1

All applicants must be careeror
: This is an expensive time of the year. That'ywhy we sug. Pure Service CenterOpen career-conditional employees !
; gest you get a Holiday Loan from Household ,Finance. of the federal government. Application -
'i Remember, no, matter what your needwhereveryou're for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. forms 171 for these
stationed there's f positions should be filed with ?
) an HFC office nearby, where you can
get prompt, understanding IRD, Box 22, NAS Jacksonville, );
money help. Every year, thou. roid service pick & delivery
sands of servicemen borrow confidently from Household, tip Fla., 32212. .

because they like doing business with people who know mechanic OR duty AmericiN &, ForeifR Cars For further information regarding -

, ;'.,!., welcome.their business. If you need a loan, see HFC.You're always' these positions, see the l
; copies of the bulletins or an-
'f Before you sign on the dotted line, 771 1-9156 I03rd & Jammes Road nouncements or call Extension :
. .. ,:,1 1 know what your loan will cost Jacksonville Florid 2320, Rating and Examing r,
t:5- ",'T Branch, IRD, NAS Jacksonville.winning'f i;;
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'::0: 200 11.86 14,59 20.14 36.97 you
;' 300 17,79 21.88 30.21 55,45s
, {> v.:, 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 ..'
"<&",: ;'i "M'?" are otiipultd at 3% on thai part ofscheduled .

y t t." and 2% on nroalhlybalancesnolexceeding$300 any "", i"Jn. This schedule it
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19, 1968_ _. ,JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pace 19.Kill's .


Golf Tourney I Fliers Win Weekend Pair;

I. Korner
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The annual JuniorSeniorgolf
.The' tournament will be play- Capture 4th Straight Win
ed at the NAS Jax Golf Courseon

Jax Air News 1968 editions are, complete and another very Junior-Senior Sunday December 22.

succesful sports year goes into the NAS annals. will in partners Jax -- The ,Jax Navy Fliers steamed into NAS Saturday nightto
compete a two man
The special services program, which has been at a low ebb in best ball tournament. En- rallied from halftime deficits in, meet the high-soaring,Fliers.
recent years again is proving itself to be one of the best in the tries are now being both their'games over the week- The visitors took a 37-33)ead in
J4avy. Wp hosted the Sixth Naval District touch football tournament at the NAS Jax Pro accepted Shop. end to score their third and the first 20-minutes of play but
and better yet Jax Navy walked away with the title. The 6th ND The NAS Jax MensandJunior fourth consecutive victories and for the second straight night the
winners then advanced to the East Coast Championships at Oceana. trophey move their season record to Jax Navy quintet blistered the
championship
Va.. where they demolished all Navy competition on this side of will take nets with a seering second half
presentation place 43.In
the___ MississiDDi.
immediately following the ,Friday night's contest attack.
V AP-62. which supplied a nudes Junior-Senior competition. against the Atlantic National The Fliers who pushed through
of the Jax Navy titlist team, stantly in the headline Golf pro Bank the Jax Navy team fell 58 second half points in Friday
took the intramural crown for the Joe MacDonald heaped many behind by .a pair 41-43 at half- night's contest hit for 54 mark-
third consecutive year In touch words of praise from linksters Tickets: time, but scorched the nets for ers in the final half Saturday and
football and they also coppedthe at the local course Cdr. Jim 58 points in the final half to walked away from FEC 87-66.
spring and fall Ironman tro- Kinder represented NAS at the post a 99-72 victory over the John Mann and Steve Miller
phies.The. All Navy tourney the ladies con- Jax -- Tickets to the AFL visitors. shared scoring honors for the
tinued to improve their All Star Game Sunday Hot shooting Steve Miller
sports department of the games can- victorious Fliers with 18 points
base paper began a weekly foot- and Cdr Walt Tilghman drilled a January 19,at the Gator Bowl ned 13 field goals and three-of- apiece. Greg Burham dumped in
hole-in-one, in November. are now on sale at the Special three free throws lead all
to
ball contest this autumn and 17, Pete Bovenkamp 14, and Nick
Services ticket office in
nearly 7,000 entries were received scorers with 29 points. John McBride 10 in the Fliers offen-
during the 10 weeks of the 1968 was a great year tor Building 704. Mann added 16, Bob Tuscan pot- sive attack.
contest. 'The interest in collegiate -* sports here and 1969 promisesto The tickets are sellingfor ted seven fielders for 14 points Ralph Delecrosse netted 19
and professional footballran be much better with many of $5, and it's a price hard to and Pete Bovenkamp chipped in points for the losers. .
high in the complex and next the most attractive sporting beat to see the best per- with 11 counters for Jax Navy.
fall we'll have the second annual events in the, service slated for formers in the American Four Atlantic National performer Jax Navy hosts Gardner Webb"College
l winners were feted by the Jacksonville count on seein 'Fu Manchu'Namath Bobby ,Ek's 20 Ed Cone,Jim, 2, in quest of victory number five
Quarterback Club (the holidays and we'll see 'Babmi Alworth. MacLea and Jim Hurst added 13, and Fliers travel'to Edward Wa-
ladies won gift certificates to the you in '69' -' - and many of the other grid 12 and 10 points respectively. ters College. January 4, for," a
seats.
Florida East Coast Railroad rematch.
Club) and the
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desk set that symbolized the
1968 Pigskin Prognosticator of
the Year at NAS.
Hardly had the dust settled
from the football tourneys when

athletic director Frank McCaf-
fery received word that the Jacksonville -
facilities bid for the All

Navy basketball tournament was .
accepted The SouthAtlanticRe-
gionals in basketball will precedethat L \4
event by a week -- and that i
too comes here.,
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,:} Early Battle in Intramural Cage Race: I t c'i


1 Jax -- Admin and Aircraft Jim Stevenson scored 18 pointsin 36-30 win over 679th.
i' Maintenance the frontrunners in the win over NARTU,and Dave NARTU raced pastVW4 528to Y
j the American League continued Harden netted the same numberin even their mark for the weekas r ,
2 to roll in Intramural action last the "Tiger" victory over Air Ken Winkle -_.j Just t'returning % + .
week. Ops. Mike Roberts laced IS from the football season chalked -
Admin took a pair of games as points for Air Ops. The loss up 24 points for the winners.
high scoring Bob Tuscan rippedthe .shoved Air Ops off the top and into Air Ops also evened their mark
cords for 44 points in the second place in the N.L. cage for the week with a 55-54 decision -
two contests. Tuscan's 24 pac- war.MARTD over VW-4 and Medical A p 4Ry
ed their 53 39 victory over got into the win columnin dropped the Marine Barracks A
FICEUR. and he laced 20 in the their opening game with a 41-33 in the only other action.
.)ti: 67 37 conquest of the Hospital.
Aircraft Maintenance used a
balanced attack to gain their
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third victory, a 69 36 rout of
,': FAETU. #
: Fleet Weather Facility moved Jr
j into a second place tie with Communications -
j< on the strength of : ;
their 72 33 demolishing of the Merry [
:I Com cagers. Steve Miller pumped ,pyw M Y pct
in 20 in the slaughter and
came back with 24 in their 63 Ch ristma:1z !r7 -II,

!t. ** 46 victory over VP 5. Grady SS '_____ _____
: Butler tossed in 21 in a losing :
i' : cause for VP 5.Communications. ;

evened their .
slate for the week with a 57-48: ':
win over FICEUR despite 23 /_ c : .
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points from the loser's Tony :
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In the National League, lea- 'ay
VAP-62 baksetballtoo
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\ 3-0 win over Air Operations.

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c { and the not-so-long ball hitters May your Christmas "stocking" be:
< of the Jax Woman's Golf Associa- :
tion met Tuesday and were presented filled with every good thing you wish for ? _. .
e awards for their feats on '

,t{. the At links.a luncheon held at the Florida Sun Printing Christm .

Candlelight Restaurant, Capt. ;{:L i' : .
.. L.W. Graves, Public Works officer ., I.
Ci1Iehr Florida
''. presented awards for thet 'l 'I
: ", It's time once again to take pause,,
NAS Ladies' Station' .
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;t ship., Mrs. William Mahoney received in the spirit of the beautiful Christmas season, ...'..
; a first place silver cup .-
:' trophy? and Mrs. Robert God- to greet fine friends and neighbors with best wishes.
';4 .. v. man was presented the,runnerup
award. And to add deep appreciation for your favors, good will.

'\ In Silver Cup Competition .
" Harriot Potter recorded tHe low flIerr .
:, gross round for Oct., Julia Uitti '
shot the best round in Nov., and .
Mickey Hall came in with low .
J gross in Dec. .
t'JI: The Fall Handicap Tournament 4.: winners were also present
? and received sports clothes as S

prizes for their efforts. Capturing Hoping will have an
t N the first flight was Lucy you
Powell, Nicky Kuock won the' old-fashioned holiday
second flight, Betty Moranville
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':\ shot the best round of the third joy,
r ,' flight, Arlean Howell won the contentment, peace .. ,, i
,: I fourth, Helen Harrison the fifth .
;, and Ruth Kozak captured the sixth and sending you r

) flight. Anita Botkin also won a heartiest th s! '
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1'\, sponsors birth month is January \'A' L\\ I
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H military personnel who are
bonafide dependents between the W1tMtkA
;J-. ages of six and 23 will be eligible %.
Ij for treatment.

,W f-.,, Appointments may be made by -.
the sponsor or spouse at the DenT -
tal
DepartmentAppointmentDesk
during normal working hours. At THE ants Fculfe, Mflf.
that time they will be given a definite ed Owens .
,. appointment and furnished A.D. Culver
materials and instructions no BIG :1 George Keene
telephone appointments will be rM Bill Hall
made. Ted: Coleman
f. Dick Sullivan
Each child will receive anoral

I ,_" health examination, an application -
. % of a substance td inhibit tooth '
,' decay an oral hygiene demonstration
1i and lecture, and dental AIRLINES TRAFFIC OFFICE 1550 CASSAT AVE.

+; health educational material, noI BIdg. 13, JAX/NAS Main Gate
Xrays will be taken.
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