Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 9, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028307:00965

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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any

military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.


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i iti Military Units March Sunday

Jax Beach Veterans Day ParadeThere

will be a Veterans Day parade at Jacksonville Beach Sunday beginning at 2 p.m. Although "

Veterans Day is Saturday, the parade has been set for the beach Sunday because of the Florida Georgia
football game at the Gator Bowl Saturday. Nathon L. Malllson chairman of the sponsoring Veterans

Patriotic Observance Committee, said the group thought it best to hold the parade at the beach to avoid
any conflict or confusion for local citizens who will attend the football game. "It was switched to Sundayso !

that football fans.would also have the opportunity to see the parade," Mallison said.

The_parade ,will form behind i

the Jacksonville Beach Civic into battle against a tyranny which we have won precious victories.

Auditorium and wind its way would not permit them to have "And, today, far across the
through the city before passingthe
reviewing stand behind the freedom. whitecaps of the broadest ocean
auditorium. "Down through the yearsgen- in the world, thousands of our

eration after generation of des- gallant young men are again fightIng } -
Two Miles
t cendants of those Revolutionary 1 In Vietnam so that freedom

; Mallison said the expected two- warriors have also fought with might not be lost to aggression."I .

mile parade will be divided into courage and devotion against ty-
take this to
ranny. opportunity pay
three divisions
military vet-
; ,
"Our Nation has always beena tribute to America's fighting men
eran organizations auxiliary
bulwark against the threat of and women of past and present
units and patriotic As
groups. those who would take away our who show the heritage of dedicated -
,, many as 10,000 spectators are freedom. At service in the of
great costs in men cause
Q expected along the parade routeaccording
and money, we have fought and freedom.;"
to Mallison.

The city of JacksohvilleBeach,
; ; ii its Police and Recreation depart Traffic Safety Confab

ments, along with the Chamber
I Commerce, Duval ,County Road ''I

CUSTOM SPECIALIST' Bureau of Personnel's Dave Rosen Patrol and the Jacksonville Recreation Studies Accident Rate

berg makes a point about Spain during session with VP-16 Department :are cooperating -
Eagles. with the Veterans Patriotic

Observance Committee in helping Jacksonville Mayor Hans Tan,: Committee reports will be given -

organize,the parade. zler was among the officials oprriV't this morning before the final 1
Navy 'Country Expert" '""J'I', ;' .. "" "'" -
resident Vnessage f (!t { the'10th"'Armed Forces workshop summary Is deliveredby
.. State of Florida traffic, safety Col. William C. Lewis. -'
In a Veteran's Day
message to
workshop yesterday the Hotel The workshop (is primarily '
Briefs the Armed Forces, President
VP-16 EaglesThe Johnson, stated: ,George Washington.the concerned with reducing the accident -
Following mayor'swelcoming
"Freedom has never been rate among military personnel -
stage was set with colorful shown of the different countriesthe without sacrifice. Americanshave address, Glenn V. but any accomplishments \
flags, maps, signs and pictures VP-16 squadron will be known the challenge and Carmichael, chief of Driver and are expected to benefit Flbrida's' fI,

from countries all over the world seeing. The ladies were also sacrifice of conflict during two Community Programs, from the highway safety record. :

as the Navy Bureau of .Person- shown articles of clothing and centuries of gaining and defend- Federal Department of Transportation's Legislative action recommended -

nel's "People to People" advisor maps of various countries: ing our liberty. Americans from National Highway from past military work-
Dave Rosenberg spoke to throughout the world where theirhusbands all walks of life and all pan of Safety Bureau, delivered the key- shops includes:
Patrol 16 here last travel. note speech.
may our have shouldered *
country The of additionalstate
week about their coming Also VP-16 held an open Other officials who were scheduled -
up arms to protect the freedomwe
highway the
Mediterranean deployment. house for the squadron wives.A cherish. to speak at the opening patrolmen I
meeting were Col. 11. N. Kirk- use of revolving blue lights on I
Rosenberg has traveled extensively complete Evening programwas
The continued "We
: law enforcement
message cars only. .
director of Florida's De- I
throughout the world ,show the wivesexactly
presented to can never repay in, full the debt of The Good Samaritan Act
Public and
and he gave personal accountsof what their husbands do partment Safety ,
we owe to the veterans of thisNation's which allows a doctor or other
his visits to different count- at work and on patrol [In the sky, wars. But on this Veterans Capt. Martin J. Stack, com qualified medical
personnel to
ries. As he chatted with the audience General of thesquadron's manding officerof NAS Jax.
explanations Day, let us pause to remember Colonel attend the injured without fear
Kirkman and
he said it is very rewarding mission and its tasks, those who have borne Captain of lawsuits from
arising alleged
Stack are co hosting the work
to meet the people of along with an informative lectureon the burden in time of war -. malpractice.
the different countries and learn the many benefits pertainingto those brave Americans who have shop. Mandatory motor vehicle
Registration was held for the
about the various cultures. a naval career was presentedto made sacrifices inbehalf of free inspection and re ..examinationof
While chanting phrases suchas the' ladies to give them a 150 expected participants Tues-
dom,and have often given their lives afternoon. driver upon renewal of opera-
day committee
homo esta usted""Buenosdias" better understanding of theirhusbands' it Let
to preserve: us renew tor permits.
and "Danke shoen", jobs.EDITORIALS.. all who meetings followed the opening *
our pledge to today Compulsory installation of
Rosenberg said it Is to each session yesterday morning and
carry on the battle to insure that seat belts.
individual American in uniformto freedom's bell is silenced afternoon.
never -
lUU$O m EE
learn as much as possible ."
about the countries he visits Secretary of Defense, Robert
and for him to leave the best S. McNamara, also tribute
possible image of the United .: .. ." 2 toAmerica's fighting pays men of the i

States.and its people. past and present by stating in K fA 1
Rosenberg presented a complete CIVIL SERVICE ; .-/.is his Veterans Day message.

afternoon program for "In the early days of this
squadron wives. Slides were FEATURE.Page: 6/7, country our forefathers went -

I Marines Mark Corps' Anniversary

Leathernecks attached to Marine tlon tomorrow morning to cut a for another birthday ceremony.The .
Corps' units in the Jack- cake during ceremonies for Marines Officers' Club will be the t xl

sonville area will be marking the who are patients at the Naval scene for Marine Corps officers { "
of the tomorrow night as they salute the
192nd anniversary Corps Hospital. Mayor Tanzler is
today and tomorrow with seriesof expected to visit several Marines 192nd anniversary of the Corps.
Leathernecks serving with the Ma
observances.At on the hospital wards following\
rine Air Reserve Training Detachment .
1 p.m. today enlisted men the cake cutting. '
attached to the Marine Barrackswill here will hold their ..
mark the Corps'anniversary About loO staff NCO's and anniversary ball at the Contin-

when Lt. Col. R. L. Hyland cuts wives will gather at the Cedar ental Club In Orange Park tom-
Hills National Guard orrow l night. '
the traditional cake. Armory tomorrow -
EM' attached to the Marine night where Lt. Col. Albert At each ceremony, the guest of 'tj*JM.:' '' .." ,
I Aviation Detachment at the Naval E. James will perform the honor, and the oldest and young ::;'"fI : ,' Jf" ,

Air Technical Training Center S cake slicing honors. est Marine will receive the first
will hold observance The air station's Candlelight three slices of cake. SSS .- SSgt William Cropf, an instructor at NATTC walked into
at 5 p.m.separate today at King Club will close tomorrow e\ening Sgt. J. W. Willis, a Marine the Credit Union Friday and made a deposit. His money boostedthe

llall. as sergeants and corporals from baker assigned to Galley One, Credit Union's assets over the IO-mlllion mark. Looking

2 Jacksonville Mayor lL1ru TanJ the Marine Aviation Detachment (is decorating). all the cakes to be on are Cecil Acree, president of the 20,000 member organ I ra -
zler will be aboard the air sta- and the Marine Barracks; gather used at. this year's celebrations. tion and teller Mrs. J.. Whitener.

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Apples'f ; I Ruin .---r. M t < ROMAN. Edward's CATHOLICSt. Chapel

SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m.
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The Whole BarrelToday's "" MASS11:30a.m.: .

I '. .'Ii,:, iu SATURDAY MASS -9:00 a.m.
"Great Society" Is composed of classes and groups who .?., ) :': ; .: 5 5:30 p.m.&-7:30 p.m.
; p.m.
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nave different values for the different facets of life, and the groups :" : .
and classes and their values are constantly changing. The views .
and values change as teenagers grow Into adults, adults grow older U.S. Naval Hospital
and the elderly become more elderly.But ,.'
even though all these things change,one thing remains the same SUNDAY MASS - -8 a.m.
-- communication, that is, communication by word of the mouth. ':J:
Words can be kind, soft, warm, pleasant and what is normally i,',
considered "good," or words can be hard, harsh, cutting, foul and PROTESTANTAll
what is normally considered "bad."

Words have 'a great dealtodowithhow people are judged in today's RECEIVES AWARDCSC A.F. Boykin of Food Services was Saints Chapel
"Great Society,'.' both In civilian and military life. The old saying, was presented his eighth Good Conduct Award by Capt. M. J.
"a few bad apples can ruin the whole barrel," can very well be DIVINE SERVICE -10 a.m.
Stack at ceremonies held last Thursday here.
applied to people. SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
Just as teenagers are fudged as a group, so are the people In the Chapel Annex Bldg. 722
military. It is unfortunate that the words and actions of a few "bad Safety Review Panel CHURCH SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
apples" determines how the entire group or class is judged, but Chapel Center, Bldg. 751
this Is exactly what happens.It WEDNESDAYChoir
is pan of our duty as military people to see that the words we Rehersal - 7 p.m.
speak and the actions we take make a favorable impression on all Sets Recommendations THURSDAY
the people with;room Ve come In contact with, whether they be military Young Adult Group 7 p.m.
or civilian., '_ The Navy Aircraft Carrier 2. Provide for better personnel Christian Science Service
Keep in 'mind that many women, civilians and WAVES, live and Safety Review Panel whidi held survival in damaged'hips by - -8 p.m.
work on the base and it Is In very poor taste to use foul language Its first session on Aug. 15 and Improvement in equipment and! SECOND MOND of Each Month
while In theirpresence, or any other time for that matter.If has just completed its study and training. Chapel Women's Guild -
you hear ,-sailors using foul language, on or off base, remind has forwarded findings and recommendations 3. Improvement in aviation -------9:30a.m.
them that foul language presents a bad reflection on them as wellas to the Chief of ordnance handling procedure; (Chapel Center)
the Naval..service.- Naval Operations.The and documentation.
In information on
director of the panel was obtaining U.S. Naval
whim to base his recommendations -
Adm. James S.Russell who came
Americans :: Admiral Russell and members -
out of retirement to head the study .
of his panel visited aircraft SUNDAY SERVICE- -10 a.m.

The panel's report noted that carriers in he Western Paci-
safety In carrier operations has.: fic, spoke to hundreds of ted mica -
Homage for Sacrifice been served by many improvements 1 experts arid operation lllye.- Traffic
since World War II perienoed officers and enlisted
and the Korean hostilities.The personnel l. and visited a numberof
angled deck for aircraft technical training commands

Silence fell over,the battlefields and the trenches for the first time recovery, the steam catapult for throughout the Navy.Defense ViolationsThe
in four bloody years. The date was Nov. 11, 1918 and World War I launching, the stablized optical l
had ended. landing system and the precision
Those who returned were given a hero's welcome. Those who approach radar have all hared Seeks following is a report of
did not return were honored on each anniversary of the fighting's in this advance. motor vehicle accidents and traffic -
end by a Nation ". filled with solemn pride In the heroism of In addition the elimination ,of Negro Officers violations' for the period Oct.
those who died In the couritry's-service." highly flammable aviation)gasoline : -31 through :Monday.;
Peace and freedom are not easily maintained though for in the and the substitution for' it Washington--Navy and Marine Number of Accidents
years that followed it became evident the forces of tyranny had not by especially stable jet fuel Corps; have accelerated their recruiting lliis Week - '- --a
been vanquished. In,other years and on other battlefields Americans have decreased the incidence of l programs to increasethe Total Accidents this year through
preserved their precious birthright freedom with their courage and carrier fires.Improvcments. number of Negro_ officers. Nov. G - - -308
blood. sl )letedbytlle: Number of Accidents through
The immediate goal is to double
.. This year,as in many years past,American servicemen are fightingand \ panel fall Into three general the number of Ne rooff1cers"as November, 1966 - -315:
dying. on far- flung battlefields to help make the world safe for groups: Total number of days since last
it is
democracy.On 1. Improvement of flight deck rapidly as possible on a injury in a motor vehicle accident
sound basis according to Jack
Veterans Day, Saturday let us pay homage to the millions fire fighting equipment to provide - - - -13:
of Americans who have steadfastly served the cause of freedom. remotely controlled massive Moskowitz deputy assistant Secretary "
Let us demonstrate our belief in, and support of, those who are now suppressant for fires on the f1i .ht of Defense ( Manpower), Number Violations :
fighting the battle for freedom In,the Republic of Vietnam. deck at least equivalent to what Civil Rights and Industrial Re- nils Week - - 75
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The principles of freedom and human dignity l for which they are we now have on the hangar deck. lations. lie estimates it will Speeding
fighting today are no different from those for which their fathers take two years. Reckless; Driving
and grandfathers fought. They are basic conditions of our national : Presently, there are:312 Negro Going! : through Stop Sign -6
life and our Nation's Armed Forces always stand ready to pay the McNamara officers in the Navy and 155! Other Violations - -47

cost in order that all Americans mayenjoythe blessings of freedom. In the Marine Corps.. .: Thirty three drivers ap -
Veterans Day is the time for young and old alike to honor our Navy officials have detached peared before the Traffic I lea ring
veterans -- past, present, and future -- and pledge our full and unwavering ApprovesContracts : :U2 Negro officers: from regular Board at the meeting held on
dedication to the principles for which so many have sacrificed duties to tour majpr cities Tuesday. Dispositionof cases
so much. (AFPS) : throughout\ die country to promote included the following: Six lost

the program. In addition, 274 driving and parking) privileges
Take the -. Negro officers have received a aboard station for various
Pledge- (NAVNEWS) -- The Depart memorandum .f rotn the :Deputy periods; 15 were assigned) to
ment of Defense has signed contracts Undersecretary of the Navy asking complete an eight hour course

totaling $174,0001lth them to assist::; locally in re- in rcmemdial driving) at NATTC;
Drive DefensivelyThe three firms that are to do research cruitment. Three received suspensions; Six
and development ex TIle Marine Corp 3?has appoint were )given warnings; 10 were
ploration and planning) aimed at ed a Negro) lieutenant colonel to dismissed; Seven were finedU.
approaching holiday periods mean Increased driving on the building better and lower cdst el'ea overall advisor for ( S. Commissioner); and five
nation's highways and the present trend of automobile accident military family housing units. Negro procurement activities referred to commanding officersfor
fatalities, is cause for concern. The studies, approved by.Secretary and establisl a committee toN [possible::; disciplinary action.
Gen. Wallace M. Greene, commandant of the Marine Corps has of Defense Robert S. Mc- research and analyze Negro of- Thirty five drivers were assessed -.
initiated a defensive driving pledge to reacquaint Marines and sailors Namara, are based on a joint Jicer recruitment. 56 points.
with the alarming number of fatalities. recommendation of the Director;
The pledge states: "I am concerned over the fact that the number of Defense Research and Engineering -
of motor vehicles accidents continues to climb. I realize that this ) and the Assistant Sec-
growing slaughter on the highways is not necessary, and by driving retary of Defense (Installationsand
defensively at all times In a safe vehicle and keeping constantly Logistics) for a Department JAX AIR
alert to compensate for other drive errors.most of these fatalities of Defense sponsored project. to NEWSH
can be eliminated." determine what re eardl and

The pledge continues: "I hereby pledge that whenever I expose development can do to reduce The 1 JAX I AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
myself to the traffic hazards of automobile, motorcycle or scoot- the cost of military family hous- distributed each Thursday; at the U. S. Nal'cdir Station
er, either as an operator, passenger or pedestrian I will do all ing.If Jacksonville, Florida' by the Holt Publishing Company: ...
that I can to assure the safety and well being of myself and others the exploration and planning a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the J IAV
who may be Involved." program yields promising" re- AIR NEWS'must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Of/..
If we all take the pledge to drive defensively, many lives will be sults a second stage of the overall (ice, pox 2. NAS J Jacksonville' by M:00 noon on Monday
would be the building before publication. News items are welcomed' from all
saved including our own. Remember, -- be courteous, thoughtfuland program '
and of units. sources Telephone 772 JII8" or J l19.
attentive drivers and drive to stay alive. testing) prototype
The lat of the
Sergeant Major Gets Navy Achievement Medal _._ would be part the establishment program of Advertisements Its concerning such are solicited should be by directed the publisher aid -auer'

Sgt. Maj. Norman B. Ilagel tion of his performance of duties long range research and development The to:
has received the Navy Achievewhile attached with a l1rrreiiniiment programs to implement Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
Medal during ceremonies at Qm Lai Vietnam large scale production.Any Jacksonville, Fla 32210 Telephone 388 2755.
here. Ilagel will assume duties as results of these research
Lt. Col. R. L. liyland comser e.1nt major of the Marine and development studies which
manding) officer of the Marine Barracks here upon the re- may be of value will be made VOL. 25 NO. 33 NOVEMBER 9. 1967

Barracks presented the sergeant tiremem of Sgt. Maj. toward I K. available to interested federaland .'
major with the medal In recog niJones.. Nov. 30. private agencies-: o -
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RI Supply Mechanizes Stock Records/ Management reviewed to of keep certain costs high down.cost VA45's LCdr. Chapman ;,

that material in
Items requires
By HASteeves \ transit (pipeline) be consideredas '
Retires With 22
Inventory in computing figures fj
WHY to perform a "buy". Mechan-
MECHANIZATION ization enables the manager to :
SINCE' 1962 THE NAVY SUPPLY SYSTEM HAS BUN OPKRATING have this information at his LCdr. Howard M. Chapmanwas RAD, P2V Plane Commander
IN A PREDOMINATELY MECHANIZED ENVIRONMENT UNDER TI"'i' finger tips at all times. transferred to the Fleet Commanding Officer of flight ;
1 MILSTRIP ISSUE PROCEDURE. The Defense Department has Reserve last week after more of tactical fighters with Air 4
designed a system for the rapid than 20 years active service. He Force Tactical Air Command :
! OPERATE transfer of material as wellas has been VA 45 maintenance and 18 months flying T 39
financial inventory date between officer for the past two years. VIP hops.
,\ MECHANIZATION USING MILSTRIP LANGUAGE PROVIDES A inventory managers and During his tour with the trainer LCdr. Chapman is married to
SYSTEM TO EFFECTIVELY MANAGE THE NAVVJ3 ONE HUNDRED storage elements of the military squadron VA 45 flew more the former Doris N. McCulloughof
i MILLION Oft MORE SUPPLY SYSTEM. DOCUMENT TRANSACTIONS services. This was accomplished than 17,000 accident free hours Gaffney S. C. and lives with I
f ANNUALLV.v. by developing uniform codes in the TF 9J, T 28, and his family in Jacksonville.
LY DEPT.j POUCHID CARD forms, formats and procedures.To TA 4F. LCdr. Chapman was
a RD R ICP execute the mechanical the Intelligence Warning Officer,
"//"ANII/" wroDlw AOAt) spects of this system Cecil Fieldis Headquarters Military Assis- ,
supported by an IBM System tance Command Vietnam His Lr t
C\ 360/20 Computer located in the career has Included tours as \
j G Data Processing Department Chief Advanced Systems Branch, i,
t DATA PROIS61NDEPT Bldg. 8, adjacent to Supply and Space Intelligence Division NO '
UNCNED CARD PUNCBED CARD Comptroller Departments. The t
s31ATU8ENPPIMG u_ UP VI1NtNLD CARD computer is comprized of a Cen- has now been attained. ..
Afl PASSING DRDE0.NNT tral Processing Unit MOD2020 This stage of development has \
174SM 1348 FI M AQAtt) with 8,000 core storage capacitya brought NAS Cecil Field to the ,,
134eM Printer MOD 2203 capableof point where it can now fulfill ,
1318.1 printing 350 lines per minute the requirements of the Navy in ,
the financial control maintenance ,
an Auxiliary: Card Reader -MOD
2501 with reading speed of 600 of stock records and expeditious -
cards per minute (CPM), and a transmittal of orders ,
vrooi* Multifunction Machine MOD and movement of stock to give
STOCK POINT 2560 with the capacity to read maximum support to the mis- LCdr. Chapman
cards at 500 CPM punch and sion signed to NAS Cecil Field.
Mechanization is the answerto The complexities of weapons interpret at 100 CPM as wellas 4)
the Navy's need for rapid have increased their i toa point sort and merge cards into
response to orders and inquiries where inventories cannot be allowed proper sequence. WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO. j jI
and a better control over to generate and harbor Mechanization of Supply/
inventories. Speed and better material that is not used withinan Comptroller is the second Important -
control increases the need for, established frequency. Inven- milestone for the Data AIR CONDITIONERS
and develop*' new and useful tory dollar value are constantly Processing Department the first NEW & USED FURNITURE & CES
information as well as timely having been the responsibilityfor NEW & USED TV ;
reports -- which were not form- all 3M Reports which was I NEW ADDING I'
erly available. Never before fully operational in January 1967. :: I
have so many people needed so Although NAS Cecil Field has
much information to accomplishtasks adjusted its manual operation Freight Salvage Easy Credit
assigned to them. to operate within the rules applicable 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come In & !
to the mechanized procedure -

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I Construction Hints Save '. z

(NAVNEWS) -- Constructionhas dividuals and Time and $
begun on the first retirement plying must
residence to be built for sea age. The selection and. care of the
service officers and widows. Although winter blue uniform has been .
Vinson Hall is going up in have repeatedly stressed to Na\yrnen, y
McLean, Va. on a 13 acre will be but several helpful hints may
plot. Occupancy is slated for those who do save time and money.
spring of 1969. quipment is When selecting a replacementItem
Vinson Hall is the first of help the I match It for shade compa- '
several residences planned by nursing care tibility with the item which it
the Navy Marine Coast Guard More will be worn. Make this com-
Residence Foundation, Inc. tainedfrom parison of color In natural day-
"-When completed, the structure packer, ( ) Mr a light if possible. '
will offer apartments and effi- director of : Tailor mades' are authorized,
ciencies to retireaol'ficers or address is but have an additional cost and
widows, with facilities for in- Naval the material used does not necessarily
D. C., 20390.

meet government specification
Whenever possible,the service '
Lowest Price f dress blues should be dry cleaned .
and not laundered. Heat,friction
pressure and soap. produce ,-
:.shrinkage; and felting in a wool
for RCA fabric. Blues may be launderedby
hand in lukewarm water witha
,' aR'r mild soap or detergent. Borax
S t tr should be added to hard waterto
prevent deposits of insoluble !
lime from forming on the
$9 995 -...-.. ... -- -,-. It +h fabric.soap
Use thick suds when hand laundering .
and avoid mechanical abrasion '
or rubbing to present
FLORIDA does not have a snow-bound winter, but it shrinkage. Bleach chlorine
It an exception to seasonal weather changes. The winter should not be used, for they :'
Compare and weaken the wool
will ,
against any worn by AN Sue Elliott, AMD, and RMSN Gary Randall yellow '
fibers. Remove all traces of
other TV the prescribed uniform just as the State set new re- 'I
in itsprice soap with a thorough rinsing and p
range temperatures gently squeeze (do not wring) S
r surplus water and hang insideout
to dry in the open air.
A nail/toothbrush may be usedto
clean the white piping of the
I .And The' P/ymouth t jumper, again using a neutral
The NIMBLE AJ-024 } hx T
soap sparingly; warm water
4s *
-5 i* *Art* &)?" ,/ 'JT A ?fy *- '!
Q .K Drycleaning[ and laundering
Compact, lightweight cabinet with flexible han. F Ov r Beat',Goes .OnUtCLAYTOM should be done on a complete
die. Fine performance from 13,000-volt Minikin uniform basis, for repeated
chassis. Power grid VHF and Solid State UHF '4 drycleaning or laundering will
tuners always result in an. almost. im- .
perceptible clangs; of i-hade. Individual -
cleaning will eventuallycause
s the uniform to become
771.040'.n SWM-* e 1 a mismatched.: ,

Nursery Plans

II I I New Schedule i
4 Door Sedan ;
C@LOR R r New operation hours will go b
FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED into effect at the Navy wives
S operated nursery in Bldg. :.560 t
318" V-8
Engine, Torque-Flite Nov. 15. t
transmission, power steering The nursery will be open until -

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Wednesday of each month. Saturday
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$2997 until midnight. The nursery will ;
also be opened for all Navy Wives
Club 86 activities. P
Regular week day hours at. the
The CHANDLERModel *, IEMEMIE1: facility will be from 6:45 a.m. 1
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20 diea.227 tq.In.picture dy + ClAYTON iEVHSHI.Only
The nursery is open free of .g.
charge Sunday from 8:45 a.m I i
Superb Contemporary 20 minutes South of MAS on Hwy.17Dnv until noon tor parents going to .,;
a little-Save a lot i church aboard the base.
RCA VICTOR .ry Special arrangements for par- '
ties can be made by contacting' ;
with New Super Bright CLAYTON REVELSCHRYSLERPtYMOUTH Mrs. May Middleton, nursery:; ,
supervisor, at Ext. 3880. Mrs
The center of attention in this clean-lined Middleton said: the nursery will
the new RCA Super Bright Hi-Lite Picture INC, be open New Year's Eve and the
hours will be announced in the
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and closing' date of each '
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{tirade levels GS 4. and below; :
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C all
semiskilled' positions pay level ___
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FAIRJAX Navy Commissary 4
Stores, Jacksonville.: Applications ,
for-t ese positions will be .

, accepted application at ,any time.Form :57 A separate must WATCH -- Charles E. Field (R), shops superintendent, 1 i I

be filed for each position in Naval Air Rework Facility', presented John R. Stickland (L) ,
: which interested with a retirement watch Nov. I I. after 26 years of service. I

! MPB No. 158 67 Industrial t tw
Engineer GS 5, 7, and 9 I --
RETIRING -- Frank P4 Davis (L) received a retirement watch and 11. Area of consideration: .. ..

' from Daniel R. Whiddon, production engineering superintendent, nationside. Applications will be Civilians Given ,
NARF, in a ceremony held Nov. I. accepted until the needs of the
't t service are met and will be con- Influenza ShotsThe
sidered as received.In It's PARTY Time}
:::1 36 Civilians Promoted addition to the above opportunities Civilian Employee Recreation ,
'j. fpr promotion at and Welfare Association
The follow NASJacksonvllle stenographer, GS 4; James M. tention is called to the oppor- will sponsor an influenza trmntummmnnmmrnrnmmtmtnBook' ,
.\ employees have been promoted In Rowe,. Jr., supply clerk GS-5; tunities for the positions of immunization program Nov.:
a;I accordance with the station's Ovida J. Winko Supply clerk Clerk Typist GS 3 and Stenographer 16.The Your:
I Merit Promotion Program. GS 5; Carrie G. Clark, supply GS 4at the following association will pay half
= clerk, GS 5; Angelo D. Zing- activities> : U. S. Navy of the $2.00 fee The other '
Naval Air Rework aro,' supply clerk, GS 5j: Fran Recruiting Station, 21 West dollar 'will be paid by employees PARTYin
t Lorenz J. Karpf, aircraft met- cis D. Sutton, supply clerk, GS- Church Street, Jacksonville receiving the immuni-
alsmith; Donald E. Neel, foreman :5; and Earl L. Harper, supply Fla.: NATTC, Fleet Weather Facility zation.
a ((1eadi man) electronics clerk, G5 5. FAETULANT DET.. FIC- Shots will be given at the our
\I mechanic (A/C systems); ArdesII. EUR, NAS Jacksonville, Fla. Industrial Medical Office,
J y Hall foreman ((1eadin man) Navy Finance Office Employees Interested in filing Bldg. 101W from 1 to 4 p.m. PARTYROOM
Ie electronics mechanic (A/C) systems Mildred A. Scofield, militarypay i applications for these positions Employees desiring the
''i ); Harold A. Atwell, aircraft clerk (typing), GS 4; and should follow the filing shots Will be required to show
I. examiner (airframes me- Anna J. Bain, fiscal( accountingclerk procedures given below,being l Identification cards. No rost-
chanic); Michael Harloostock, GS'5.. sure to note the position and activity ers will be kept.THAYY1XAMS.
aircraft examiner (airframes) with whom they desire em- NOW!!
Weston D.. Wilson,.aircraft tow- U.S. Naval#Hospital ployment.f ,*, ,
man; Nathaniel Wright aircraft Jehugfit 'SconyeJrs4; |>u'i'l&Hn(' '. All''applicant's' Jar?;;the'above.fit. '.. Cril. Chris: t.
ai towman; Roger E. Pearson, aIr- agent, GS o; and Tony J.Dean- positions must be career or career -
craft engine mechanic; Sherman gelis supply clerk GS :5. conditional employees of 771-f 927 .r 771-0721
Nolan, planner & estimator (electronics the federal government. Appli- Now Is the time to preparefor
mechanic) William Data Processing Department cations should be filed with IRO the February exams get The RedBARN
J. Leonard, aerospace engineering Wimbley D. Lockerrnan Jr., HAS Jacksonville. the book that has helped hundreds -
technician; GS 11; Bruce computer programmer, GS 9; of Navy men, "2500
G. Schnitzler, student trainee Jarrell 0. Gay computer pro- r WantAdsWIIISellForYou Questions& Answers on Naval
(aerospace engineer) GS .- 5; grammer, GS 9; and Frank R. Military Subjects. Send $3.50
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+ Ray A. Paulk assistant produc- Henderson, computer programmer to ADVANCEMENT P.O.Box
t tion controlman (aircraft engine GS 9.Communications. 122 Hyde Park Mass.02136
it mechanic); William B. O Sullivan -
aircraft engine worker;
V. :Moon, data communications -
Margie C. A ee. clerk typist: ;
f GS 4; and Dorothy K. Yordan; equipment operator. ,GS-
accounts ll'kli iritenanceclerktiS. 4. .
I Fleet Weather Facility Comptroller Department

Clarence G. Young metero- Dexter sr* J. Trow, financial sys-

1 rological technician (general), tems analyst, GS 11.
GS 5.

NOTU, Patrick
.4.:, .. .. James II. Breckenridgegeneral Security.Department
, :' .'. engineer, civil mechanical, William C. Broughton tire: -FASTCONVENIENTl!
.'f GS, 13. fighter (general) GS 4; RobertE.
Davis, firefighter (general)
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... ." .':+ : .' : U.S. Marines' ; from' the Revolutionary War to Vietnam. ': .... .. 1.


Thousands:t of f Marines, serving in oilier wars. fought against i the Creek and rines teamed with Russian, English ground team. rine uniforms. In July 1953: North Korean "Hickory"! "Hill 881" and a I
in a multitude of assignments.' In March 1776, four months Seminole Indians.. Tlieynurched and German troops to oppose Ii In July 1927, Marines accom- The Marines landed' at Iwo representatives agreed to a truce dozen other Marine encountersn t.r,
in a variety of climates around ''after the Continental Congress through. the Halls of Montezuma the Chinese for "55!) Daysat plished the first organized l dlve- Jima Feb. 19, )1945. History records but that was not the end! of } Vietnam.
the world, will celebrate the passed::; the resolution authorizing during the Mexican.:'\ War of 1846. Peking ," during the Boxer bombing attack when theyattacked this battle as the turning battle for the Marines. Twelve There have been many brave
192nd :anniversary of the U. S. the establishment::; of the ?Marines Marines accompanied Commo Rebellion. a large force of bandits.. in point of World War II .and the 'years later, in July 1958, Marines .- men ..many victories .. many I
Marine Corps tomorrow.- they made their first amphibious dore Perry oir his ,voyages to Soon after America entered Nicaragua. fall of Japanese Army. landed in Lebanon t tp pro- friends and faces to recall. They t Ii
A group of Marines!' in the { landing on the jungle ter- Japan in 1853 and 1854. In 1865, World War I I-,; 50 per cent of In 1943 ?Marines landed at At the end of World War II, tect American citizens.. In April created ;he Marine Corpsheri- -i iz.
states will don formal attire rain Island of New Providence in 400 Marines and a large groupof the Marine Corps) was either .New Guinea, Vella Lavella, Bou- the Marines Corps:> strength drop 1965, the Marines were' ord-- rage..
.and raise crystal glasses in a the Bahamas. sailors: attacked Fort Fisher serving' in Europe or preparingfor gainville. Tarawa, Kwajalein, ped (from 485,000), to '74,000., ered to the Dominican Republicto On Nov. 10th, todays Marines
toast to the occasion, while at Returning to solid ground, the near Wilmington, N. C. such duty.In Saipan, Tinlan and Guam Peleiu When thc Korean War began in restore and maintain not only y toasts the heroes of the
the same time another group on Marines were assigned to Gen. The Marines landed in Korea In 1919, a Marine pilot flyingan .and Leyte. June 1950.:) Marines from 105 peace. past, but. as lt he raises his drinkin I .4i
the other side of the world,dressed George Washington later that June 1871 for the first time; antique biplane circled}over)\' In Feb.. 1943, the commandantof U. S. Marine Corps station-:;- were The Marines have been in Viet- glass' or canteen cup, /:
in wrinkled utUities,will raisea year. They sailed with John they returned d 79 years later. .a Marine ground unit engaged infighting the Marine Corps announced rushed to Camp p Pendleton,(Calif., nam since, then and today, more he pledges that he will be "Al- t t&i&
'" metallic canteen of coffee Paul Jones in 1777; fought\ in the The Marines were with Admiral :a group of bandits. The the establishment of the Women. and by Aug. 2, were: landing at than 78,000, :Marines- are' still ways Faithful" to defend! our'

: '........ c.\. during a lull in battle in the war with France in 1798; land Dewey in 1898 when he des pilot grabbed his .45 pistol and Marine Reserve.\ Less than 16 Pusan, Korea. Five days later there. country against its enemies.
r ." .t\.....;;. steaming jungle of Vietnam.A ed at Tripoli In' 1804 and won a troyed the Spanish fleetjn Manila -. diving' guided his aircraft with months later, 18,000, "Lady Lea- they clashed- with the enemy, While celebrating* the 192 nd ". first to fight for right
"'r.... sly enemy, hot sun, fierce battle field citation from Gen. Bay, Philippines and they one hand and fired with thc other thernecks" and 1,000, women- During the I Korean< War, Marines Anniversary of the .Marine Corps and freedom,
..\"'}'., rain and the wall of jungle growthis Andrew Jackson in the .War. of were the first to fight in Cuba, liand.' The enemy panicked. and officers were serving In the Marine fought In battles at"Bloody today's' "Leatherneck"might reflect And to keep our honor clean,
not new to the Marines, for 1812.In. securing, \ Guantanamo Bay.In ran. This event\ marked the beginning Corps. By 1945:), more Nose Ridge", "Reno", "Car- on recent operations 'suchas We are proud to claim the title
they have fought and conquered smaller battles the Marines June 1900, American Ma \ of the Marine Corps Air- than 23,000, women were in Ma- son" and "Bunker Hill". "Starlite", "Hastings", of United States Marines."

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Ai. wet rHr fulfillment of I "vconj.= "" cxnlury of .MTvlc. to our ...... ."..
''Iw I (Country' iinj our(Corp: United Statin. Marines. -past ind prrscni... .. .. _.. ,
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can 'lako prldtful inventory of ou l'otin"" accomplishments. mid ill. ill fI'if''! --if i: i.i. i.-
4c& contribution on earth.. to the development, ;.and,welfare.. ( of(the greatest NatIon < 'f.i.". 3.' ...,,.. ''I, "4t;.. .,, .. _

The otctiion of the 192nd birthday of the Marine Corps is a
bin*/ for. reflection on the putt, ;to pay. tribute to our prvdcceMor'\ *
who' act.: the alih.: It Uvko time lo view the pl'\'Slntand'\ : look into _
', ,the future to amurc. Hint Use wjKh h rcnunuitirnal.Although > h 1i filling. his(Country'", ',bjliks,n a Marine'. '*profculon.it.
1 It" not hi. prvoccuputlon.\.' It I I.*not for him,,tu make a jr.r.but to keep
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tlic pca.Thl.'\! >annlveroirylio 'cvi.rnnd\ tjrlneiin tierce combat
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as they huvo been on many anniversaries" pail. But It Is my fervent
( hope and desire that all of UI will bi,:able'' to nurk.. future\ observances' : .
In an environment t of peace".' -and at t home.
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To those! Marines now' serving.: ilL Vutium,.. I send special fivttini \: .
"XLwx 4ftv icrv** ; and (xroiul,,= '. wliltci. (for(Godspeed. In the pursuit of their tauk..
Z .... To.,.>all Marines ami, Mr I loved ont.i-' everywhere I .say thank)you,
tf&sZZS$ ';'L4'' :. 4/ ; : for()' nuking,the p4it.. )'car in our(Cores Imlory every bit Illustrious, ,
a..those? bt fore. "
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S. O. S. Seaboard for a loan. Seaboard specializes in': "Halt 'to \Wall Carpeting and 4949 Blanding 5615 Timuauana' Rd. 771-0527 ______________________________ : : _____ without the cord.( .Either way, And if you can't' (depend) on
Large Swimming'' Pool i- -ILt_ I L111- Norclco rotary blades shave electricity even for a charge,
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I; : NATTC: .hThe SceneA .C Marine

$50 U. S, savings bond a Coleman is a former honor- !
commendation, and an expense- man of his class in Leadership NewsPosthumous / 2 NIGHS
paid tour of St. Augustine will School. -r'sa
soon be awarded to ATN3 Oliver Coleman lives with his wife :
R. Coleman, who has been and two daughters in Orange Purple Heart I 13
selected NATTC's Servicemanof Park. PER
the Month for October. The ******** PERSON
The Purple Heart Medal was
tour Is a courtesy of the city The first educational class :_ !posthumously awarded Saturday INCLUDING BREAKFAST
of St. Augustine and the USO graduated from Leadership it ceremonies at the Marine CHILDREN FREE
Councils of St. Augustne and School Nov. 3. There were eight A4Fr Aviation Detachment.Lt. .
St.Johns County. sailors and three Waves in the Col. A. E. James, tAD
Coleman has held a support class. The member: all non- commanding officer made the
billet in the AEI ((8)) Course fora rated, came from NATTC NAR- N presentation in the name of President -
year. His duties Include the TU, and Cecil Field. Lyndon B. Johnson to Mr.
upkeep and maintenance of elec- Company commander for the and Mrs. Albert Cullins, the
used in AA J. Nelsen, Oliver R. Coleman
tronics test equipment class was Dorothy parents of LCpl. William A.
laboratory training situations of military personnel at NATTC. Cullins.!
computation of trainee's grades, Platoon commander was AN Club NotesMrs. Cullins was fatally wounded .w;ad.59F o
and general office work. He Will James L. Evans, of NARTU.
from hostile fire in Ouang Trie,
be commended for earring out all NATTC's CO, Capt. R. P. Leon Conley presidedover Vietnam on Sept. .7.
assignments expeditious and Kline, spoke} to the group. He the meeting of Navy Wives His also received three
professional manner and institut- said that "our hard won freedom Club # 86 held here Nov. 1. parents he
other medals that earned.
Innovations which and safe" In Guests Introduced and
ing numerous ; heritage are were
These were the National Defense
assisted in making i f smoother the hands of capable people like Mrs. Dallas Shumate and Mrs.
Service Medal, the Vietnamese
Show lase of AeD'L'ona
more efficient office. those being addressed. Rex Zicklefoose were Initiated Service Medal '- and the Viet-
As a result of the August 1967 After Captain Kline spoke,Cdr. as new members. Also attending Medal.
namese Campaign
Navy wide examination, Cole- George F. Harty, executive officer was Mrs.Reginald Berry,an honorary Cullins has three brothers, &cQO4AteaQUALITY
be advanced second of NARTU, member.
man will to presented a
Vincent D., 17 Robin G., and
class Nov. 16. He was recommended certificate to the class honorman. The members voted to_donate ;
S., 12. and sister,
Alphonso one
for a waiver of six months The highest average 93.84 was $75 for Thanksgiving baskets for Sharon E., six ;
time in pay grade. lie has been made by AA Carson L. Owen, of needy families In Jackson- The Cullins reside at, 642 West -
recommended for and awarded NARTU. ville. The club will hold a '
31st Street.
proficiency pay. Thanksgiving dinner -dam.-e Nov. COURTS
17 and members were askedto Commendation .

.- TRADE WITH. CONFIDENCE. SEE contacting make reservations Mrs. Thomas early Hambyor by Cpl. Robert G. Chain receiveda MOTEL ,

I ,T : Mrs. Edgar Trittschuh. letter of commendation and a NORTH BEACH
I FRED BRODERICK Abazaarwill be heldbytheladies' -' promotion warrant to his present
I. club In the'future and rank Nov. 1 at the Marine Aviation -
: IfaderMIMenJs food
,: BM7, USN (Ret.) bers were urged to contribute Detachment. Inexpensive i
I.t Items for the event. Funds from LtCol A. E. James, commanding Here's your chance to live a lot, for i
POWELL PLYMOUTHNew the bazaar will be used for the officer of MAD made a little. Get away and enjoy;
club's scholarship foundation.On the presentations. 110 luxury motel rooms, kitchen I
or Used Automobiles ettes, suites Oceanside Patio
the refreshment committeefor Chain received the letter
1218/ SAN MARCO BOULEVARD PHONE 359-2024 the evening were Mesdames commendation for completing Children's Pool Cable Playground TV Private Game Patios \

AUTHORIZED Donald Sluss Gary Haney, Alvin Aviation Electrician's Mate Room Golf Privileges at Private :
Stone and R. Sanders. School, Class (A), as honor man Club and...
PLYMOUTH, VALIANT A SIMCASALES Next meeting of the club will of his class. Ills final average-
AND SERVICE be held Nov. 15 at the clubhouseat Plan Deluxe i
for the 22.- week course was 1nifi .. ..
7:30.p.m.-* 94.3 i-

The letter from Navy Capt.R. Make it a real "family get away"
P. Kline, commanding officer weekend, all children are free when
r IIIIiIIN WIllIIllOp"i'oN1=1" NATTC, read in part: sharing parent's accommodations at
."LCpL::Chain achievement Is Quality Courts North. $1.00 per child
a reflection of his sincere desire for breakfast on Special "weekend"package
for educational Improvementdedication -

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regularly CPO CLUB: Enjoy pizza today for $.75. Dance to the music of
the NAS Jax Theatre
at the Bud Clark Combo tomorrow evening. Try the seafood special :
at 6 and 8:15: p.m., Monday thru for 1.25. Saturday night features the sounds of the Tune Twisters. :
Saturday. There will also be a The dinner special Is sirloin( ) steak for $1.65.! Hear the Frank
matinee at 2 p.m. onSaturdays. binder Combo Sunday evening. Fried chicken for $.95 Is featured Ads should be mailed tc the Holt Publishing Company
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital Tuesday and $1.35 rib eye steak is the special for Wednesday. 1950 Standing Bli'd. Jacksonville, Florida, 32210 to arrive'
Theatre will have one weekl> "*O" CLUB: Come to the nickel beer special today from 4:30to : not 'later than Tuesday for publication the ,following' Thurs
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Fieldhave 6 p.m. Enjoy the beefeater's buffet from 6 to 10 p.m. Tomorrow day. Ada arriving' too late for this deadline will be published .
'1T-' two shows during the evening Is the Marine Corps Birthday Ball from 7:30 to 1 a.m. the following week unless the publisher is instructed other
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Matinees Try the Champagne p.m.for wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must ,
; special deluxe prime rib dinner two plusa
will be shown on week- be received WITH the copy for the -d-
fifth of
champagne\ or sparkling burgundy for $1.50 per couple.
sivJs at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY Saturday evening dine and! dance to the music of the Page Five. Plan DO NOT SEND CASH ;
to take the family) to the buffet dinner from 6 10
Nov. 9 There Is a buffet Sunday from to p.m. RATE: Minimum chary ((3 lines). . . '. .12.00
Tuesday through Friday a.m. to
NAS : "THE MUMMY'S 1 p.m. P.r additional lin. ((4 words p.r lin.J. . Q.50

SHROUD": Andre Morell and ACEY DUCEY CLUB: Hear the sounds of Mel Gaden's band
John Phillips. ((98 Mtn.) Rating:, tomorrow evening. Jim Glyne's band is featured Saturday evening.
Fair. Mark Castle will be under the spotlight Sunday. This week's "KNOX MOBILE HOME For FOR SALE ORTEGA HILLS
HOSPITAL: liTHE AGONY luncheon specials are: Monday beans and franks $.50; Tuesday Gracious Living. 1966 10 X 60 4 1/2% GI Loan 3 BR, Fla.
AND THE ECSTACY": Charl- beef stew, $.75; Wednesday roast park and! dressing $.75; 2 BR A.C. W/W carpet. Call Rm., WWCarpet, A.C., Kite.
ton Heston and Rex Harrison. Thursday chicken and dumplings I $.75; Friday seafood platter, 771-7043 For appointment.WIL Equip., Patio, RW Fence, 389 '
((140 MinJRatlru) : Excellent. 75. Consultthe bulletin bO.lrd for information the club's calendar! MAR APARTMENTSNear 3800 after 5 or all day week -
FRIDAY, Nov. 10 mailing list.Excha.ge. JAX and CECIL, 1 blk. ends.
NAS: "BRJG11TY OF THE est of 5900 blk..of Jammes Road. "REAL ESTATE: We will help
GRAND CANYON": Joseph Cot Activities Set Friday Schedule All new paint, all ground floor. you Buy, Sell or Invest.
ten and Pat Conway. ((97 Min.) 2 BR, LR, Brk. nook, park 2 Bowen Real Estate, Realtor
Rating: Very good. The following Navy Exchange from 2-6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. cars and boat. $85 mo. Includes USN Retired 384 1376 y
HOSPITAL: "THE MUl+tMY'SS11ROl'D" activities will be open Friday: -1 a.m.i; Snack Bar, Operations water, sewage, garbage, lawn
: Andre Morell and NAS: Bluejackets Inn 9 1 Tower contl nuous;Snack Bar, care!387-2541 nights andweek- SENIOR PETTY OFFICERS
John Phillips. a.m.i; (Band! will provide music Bowling Alley noon -11 p.m, ends. 389-0744.; Wanted to write study guides for
Cafeteria, Bldg. :3 2:30 their ratings. Possible to make
SATURDAY, Nov. II Movies (Continued) 10:30 p.m.; Service Stat Ion.Bldg. & $1000, Free Details ADVANCE;-
& VA
Apts. Equity,
48 8 5 MENT P. O. Box 122 Hyde Park, .
a.m. ; Candlelight
: &
: FHA resales $50 $100 dwn. .
Mass. 02136.
Glenn Ford and Angi Dickinson. TUESDAY Nov 14 Restaurant 11 a.m. :5 p.m.; Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret. ?v ':
Good. NAS "THE FL1M FLAM Commissary, Bldg. 1511 9am. SALE 1966 MERCURY 2 DR
((113 Min.) Rating: : 264 2411. Orange Park Realty.
HOSPITAL: BRIGHTY OF MAN": George C. Scott and Sue 6 p.m. HT 10 Mo. Warranty,, 15,000MI.
THE GRAND CANYON": Joseph Lyon. (102 Min.'Rating: Good. NATTC: Cafeteria,.Bldg. 554, WE NEED YOUR CAR!! ., A/C, AM/FM, W/Dual Re-
Cotten and Pat Conway. HOSPITAL: "THAT MAN noon 1,1:30 p.m.; Top cash value. Buyer on lot verb, Gpkr. Sys., Pos. Trac.,
GEORGE": George Hamiltonand All other Navy Exchange acti- at all times. CEDAR HILLS Auto, trans., Marauder 410V8
SUNDAY Nov. 12 Claudine Auger.WEDNESDAY vities will be closed to observe MOTORS Phone 771-4216. Mondero Interior, Call Ltjg ;"*,
NAS: "BRIDES FU MAN- Veterans Day. ((3)) SINGERS $25 Patterson, 772 2111 or 389 ',
CHU": 'Christopher Lee and Nov. 15 The activities will be open nor SEWING MACHINES $25. Each 8496 Best Offer. ._ 'jf '
Douglas Wilner. ((102 Min.) NAS: "TWO FOR THE ROAD": mal hours Saturday and Sunday, Guaranteed. Left In warehouse. FOR SALE 65 VW GHIA COUPE' ,
Rating: Good.110P1TAL. Audrey Hepburn and Albert Fin- except the Commissary, which Good condition. Does everything, Yellow, Low Mil.Excellent Cond..
: "THE LAST ,ney. ((120 Min.) Rating: Good. will be closed Saturday.See complete with attachments. $1,200.00 Call 388-4777 After
CHALLENGE": Glenn Ford and t HOSPITAL: "TIIE FLIM Club schedules above for Yours for the storage charge only 4:30 p.m.OVERSEAS. ;__
Angi Dickinson. FLAM MAN": George C. Scott operating hours. $25. each. Call 35 -1946 any- MUST SELL 63
and Sue Lyon. time. Ask for Warehouse. Will .
Rambler 770 Sta. Wag. 6-cyl.
MONDAY Nov. 13 deliver no.obligation.1606 Main
fir. shift im-
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NAS: "THAT MAN GEORGE" BLACK CREEK HILLSII!! maculate. Orig. owner, $825.

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: Ranks ,All Ages NA$ & Cecil.Payed roads curbs, Priv. Entrances &
Lee and .
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own amotorcycle PYATT, INC. R. E. Broker,7338872 4 speed, AM, FM, Radio, both .
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Cecil BasketballThe Marines Shoot Football Predictions

19671ntramural Basket- Pistol TourneyThe I

ember 12 teams 13,slated 1967.for There competition.They are now. Marine Barracks Pistol ((4S-19)) ((47-20)) ((45-22)) ((40-27)) ((3S.29)) ((36-31))
Team just returned from Miami,
are: VA 174; VA 44; Alabama vs LSU Ala LSU Ala. LSU Ala. LSU
Florida, where they participated
VC 4; VA 64; VA 36 ; in the Palmetto Pistol Club's, Iowa St. vs Oklahoma Okla Okla Okla. Okla. Okla. Okla'.
Marines, VA 45 Medical
; ; 4th annual 2700 Pistol Tourna- Georgia
VA 37 Administration AMD Florida vs Georgia Georgia Georgia Georgia Fla. Fla.
; ;
held the 4th and 5th of
ment on
and VA 86. The games will team's Kansas vs Colorado Colo. Colo. Colo. Colo. Colo. Colo.
November. The big
be held at the station gym Minnesota Purdue Purdue Purdue Minn. Purdue Purdue
was Lance Corporal C. E. (Zeke vs Purdue
The schedule for next week. Zimmerman with 5 first place Cal So. Cal So. Cal So. Cal.
Monday, November 13th 5p.m. Ore. St. vs So Calif. So. Cal. So. Cal
the Class
wins in Sharpshooter
Ark. Ark
Marines VA 37. followed by Captain N. J. (Nick) Rice vs Arkansas Ark. Rice Ark. Ark.
6:15 pm VC 4 vs. VA-86 Hilgert with 2 first place winsin Texas vs Baylor Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas
7:30 VA 64 vs. AMD
pm the Marksmans Class. UCLA UCLA UCLA
Tuesday, November 14 5 pm Washington vs UCLA UCLA Wash.
VA 36 vs ADMIN. Navy vs Duke Navy Duke Navy Navy Navy Navy

VA' -6:15 174 pm VA 36 vs. Cecil WGA HostsInvitationalMatch

r 7:30 VA .
'IY Medical. pm November They've Been Warned... TicketsOn Sale
Wednesday, 15th
5 pmAMDvs VC-4 The Cecil Field Women's Golf For lax Events
6:15 Admin vs VA-64 Association was the host of an ; '.- .,"
pm The Cecil Field Ticket Office
Invitational Golf Match between
7:30 pm Medical vs Ma- f
rines. Green Cove Springs, Pine Lake has many tickets available for
and Cecil Field on November 3rd. upcoming events in the Jacksonville -
ooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOj Some 30 ladies from the area. For information on

i Madam Palm three teams competed in the w any of the station movies and on
third and final Invitational available tickets, call extension
Women's Match of the season. F 8111.
Reader and Advisor Vivian Gordy of the Green Here are some of the events

Read Past Cove Springs team finished the forwhichtickets are now avail-
Present and Future
"Bring your problems to tourney with the low gross score % J Ietii'M able at the Office. Liberace will
MADAM PALM and her team mate, Billy Wilcox I be at the Auditorium on Fridayand
Today and be rid of them came off the course with the Saturday of this week. Fri-
TOMORROW// low net score. day nights tickets are availableat
Shirley Hunt of the Pine Lake $3.50: and $4.50. This is a
6505 Beach Blvd. team had low net score for her saving of $.50 a ticket. Saturday -

Jacksonville, Fla. team. "'3. night there is no discount.
Ellen Ropiak and Jean Roberts Tickets will be $4.00, $5.00 and
725 8697feooooooooooooooooood had the low net score for the $6.00. The Concert will begin at
E Cecil Field' Women's tour of 8:30: p.m. both evenings.
the course. The Jacksom'ille Rockets will be

6 on the ice against Nashville on
Friday evening and Salem on
Sunday evening. All tickets are
$.75 each. The games begin at
8:00 p.m. at the Coliseum.The .
University of Florida will
be playing at Gainesville onNov-
ember 18th against Kentucky.
6 There are a few tickets still
available for the game. The priceis
$6.00 a ticket.
i On December 8, 1967, the :35th
-t Annual Mininak Charity Bowl will
be held at the Gator Bowl. The
pl 4ttcs price of this game is $1.00 for
>p military personnel in uniform.
.. apm Tickets are available at the ticket -
> a These two little birds have been warned that Saturday, November office for this event.It .
11, 1967 is the opening day of the hunting; season.:; ,Once they have should be mentioned that only
j Ask how much your loan will cost and been let'go; they'll be open game for any of the hundreds of hunters Navy personnel,.dependents, and
who will)be; in the woods on Saturday. A warning should go out to retired personnel can buy these
/ HFC will tell you-before you borrow all hunters to observe the safety rules and regulations. Be careful tickets from the Special Services
with your gun and yourself. Bring home a quail or deer on Saturdayand Ticket Office. The Office is
not another hunter I II! located in the Special Services
Before you make a purchase, you naturallywant building, 4. All the tickets
to know the price. The same shouldbe will be returned Friday Nov-

true when you borrow money. When you ember 10th.
come to Household Finance, HFC will tell OPEN SUNDAY

you in advance what your loan will cost.

The HFC Manager will answer any 2 DOWN

questions you have to make sure you

understand everything about your loan.

Remember, no matter what your need, A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY
wherever you're stationed there's HFC 3
an to
W. g.r. them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspect
office nearby, where you can get prompt, ion. Then we tuned up. tightened end replaced everything that go I
needed It. And guaranteed them 1007.for the repair or replacementof
understanding money help. all major mechanical part.for 30 day or 1000 mllea. Come
Every thousands of servicemen on In and double check.
borrow confidently from Household, because ASSEMBLIES SYSTEM ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

they like doing business with people who 67 VW FASTBACK AIR CONDo . $2395

know their business. If you need a loan, 67 VW CONVERTIBLE. . . . $1895

see HFC. You're always welcome. ." 67 VW SEDAN. . . . . $1750

j 66 VW FASTBACK, Radio. . . $1795 this !II!

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Charge an fompuled at 3% on that pat of 65 VW SUNROOF. . . . $1250
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I Wildlife Area OpenedFor r Fliers Face St. Johns -

Fsorada's Hunters K In Basketball OpenerThe

Tallahassee -- Approximately\ portion and south of U. S. Highway air station's Flier basketball team makes its 1967 debut
60,000 acres have been added to 98 intheJeffersonandWaku- tomorrow night while taking on St. Johns River Junior College ..
the Jefferson County portion of lla County portions of the at Palatka in a 7:30 tilt.
the Aucilla Wildlife Management: management area. Coach Odis Richardson from VA 44 at Cecil will be leading>
Area and will be open to hunting The possession or use of dogs this year's Flier contingent. "St. Johns has the finest Junior collegesquad
i this season, according to Dr. for the purpose of hunting pro in Florida, Richardson said.. "Our opener will probablybe
Richard Schulz, commissioner, hibited In that portion of the ,. the toughest; game of the season."
Came and Fresh; Water Fish management area south of It. S. The coach has six players back from last year's Flier squad:
' Commission.The Highway 98 in Jefferson and Wa- Cliff Ormsby (VW 4)), Larry McConley (VW 4)), Ken Winkle
new hunting area Is located kulla counties during the period (NARTU), Chuck Bryson (Supply), Jim Owens, (VP 7)) and Henry
south of U. S. 98, Is bound between Saturday and Nov 17. llalvorsen (Supply).
. ed on the west by State Road Hunters will be permitted to use Richardson said Tuesday he planned to start McConley at center !
{ 59, extends north to the town dogs in this area from No18 and Bryson and Ormbsy in the guard slots. Newcomer Steve Miller 'f
of Wacissa, and then eastward to through Jan. 1. w (Fleet Weather Facility) has earned the starting forward honors
the Aucilla River. Hunters will be permitted to along with Owens of Patrol Squadron Seven. ..
"This tract of land has been camp only on designated
sites camp- Other Fliers traveling to Palatka will be guards Mike Hobbs (VP-
made available for publichunting In the management area.
and Rusty Sobolewski (VW 4)).
the Camping will be
through cooperation of St. prohibited in that .
NAS Athletic Director Frank McCaffrey has scheduled several
Joe Paper Company, Buckeye portion of the management area in -
title for Fliers and confirm in the
SWEATER QUEEN- The games the plans to more games rear
Cellulose Corporation and other Jefferson and Wakulla counties, oMitt Nightclub Sweater future.
landowners and has been added to south of IT. S. Highway 98, and Queen of 1967 hat been be-
the Aucilla Wildlife ManagementArea on the Gibson Pasture unit in owed upon showgirl Jeanne Last year's Flier squad finished second in the Southern Divisionof
by the Game and Fresh Taylor County. Carroll In Las J'..,.$. the Florida/Georgia Interservice Conference behind McDill AFB.
Water Fish Commission," said

1 I through Management Hunting Jan.season Area 1. for Trapping is the Saturday Aucilla is EX-MEMBERS (to be) OF THE ARMED SERVICES: .

permitted from Jan 2 through
I March 1, except south of U. S. .. .
I Highway 98 where it Is prohib-

I ited.The unfenced portion of the St. .' :: > k p' I, ;; .
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Marks Refuge, west of the Pin- : : ,, ;> ; :
brook River, will be open to hunt- .. .., ;. ; .
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lug this season. Also, wild hogs mfttk 7
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may be taken in the Gibson Pas- : .> : ,
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JAX ___

I; Photomen Capture Grid: Title; Enter' District; Classic -I

VAP 62's highly successful Don Jackson fired two TDpassesto ''VAP 62 score. The other photo VW -4's Charlie Bryson caught the end zone in Intramural the second action half., I

football squad traveled to Nor- spark the photomen's.victory.Jackson score was an aerial from Jack- a Russ Sobolewfcki l 1 pass to draw In Monday 16 whipped VW 4 witha
folk, Va. last week and won its connected with RayBad- son to Robbie France,who dashed first blood from the corpsmen. 6 and COMFAIR. .
10th, 11th and 12th games of the ovinatz for 45 yards before hItting two yards for the TD., Quarterback Russ Sobolewskl 16 forfeit over the Marine -
season while capturing the Naval Don Eagle for the first Memphis picked up its TD by for a two point conversion to JAX won by 10.
Air Force Atlantic Fleet cham- picking off a deflected pass while give the reconnaissan men a ,
pionship.The ShortsTwelve .on offense. In other second day 8-0 half time lead.
photomen trimmed COM- Sports games, the Communications In second! half action flanker CWA Sponsors
FAIR Norfolk 41-13 in the open squad from Pensacola lost to the Cliff Rusener, center Jim CaJdos
ing contest and then dumped teams will be competing USS, Luce 18 0. Basic Training each added TD's to the VW 4 HIMom'Program
COMF AIR Argentia 34 -6 and 34- i for the station's intramural .Pensacola.dropped Cecil Field 9- effort. Two other VW 4 scores

12 to take the annual double elimination bowling title beginning Nov. 15. g* were called back due to penall- Washington, D. C. (NAVNEWS)
affair for the fourth year on the NAS lanes. In games last night.Navy? Memphis ties. -- The Communications Workersof
in a row. The top three teams in each of faced Mayport, Cecil Field The National League's VP30 America, has again made a
The squad then packed its gear the four leagues will bowl 11 and USS Luce met for the second beat the airmen of the 679th sum of money available to the
and headed for Memphis, Tenn., matches before'championshipis 'time and VAP -' 62 clashed with Radar Squadron 20-4 the same USO to pay for free telephone(
where it will represent COM decided. Basic Training Pensacola. evening. Jim Dorman scored two calls home during the Christmas
FAIR Jacksonville in Sixth Naval 'Meanwhile, in Intramural touchdowns for the patrol squad- season by selected servicemen
District competition. There will be a basketball; action aboard the base VW-4 jon from his right end positionand and women.
VAP-62 drew a by Monday official's clinic today at 6 p.m. blanked Medical 22-0 and left end Neal Elder pickedup CWA local unions will parti-
night while Navy Memphis was for the base intramural league. FAETU shutout COMFAIRJAX in a second half TD to Jead VP- cipate in the HI MOM programby
I the winner over the Communications Veteran intramural officials will Nov. 1 American League Con 30 to victory. The 679th picked up awarding free Christmas callsto
; Training Center Pensa- conduct the clinic at Special Ser- tests. its tour points in the final half. selected families within the
cola 34-0. In other opening vices Bldg. 704. Another ses- NARTU picked up its ninth win United States who have relativesin
games, Naval Basic Training sion is scheduled for 6 .p.m. BuPers Modifies against one setback Nov. 2 witha the Armed Forces.
Command Pensacola dropped Tuesday. 8 2 win over Aircraft Maintenance -
Mayport 43 12 and NAS Cecil ******** VRB ProgramA Center Ed Ormbsy
Field got past the USS Luce 22- Six teams are tied for the top pulled in a Ken Winkle aerial GIANT SWAP MEET
16. spot in the station's American new Bureau of Personnel note for the lone NARTl' TD. Vic. SHIPPING OUT???
,', Wearing COMFAIRJAX colors, League Intramural golf stand- has modified the Variable Fresca picked up two on the Bring your furnitureand
VAP 62 won 16 -,8 over Mem- ings. Assistant Athletic Director Reenlistment Bonus Program to conversion attempt. 'Maintenance misc. items to sell
phis Tuesday night.'QuarterbackAFPS George Mullins said the play make eligible various speciality put two points on the score- niandinq Drive-in Theatre
offs will be held on the base links technicians within the Hospital board after trapping Winkle in Every Sat. 7 A.M. 6 PM..
Nov.: 15Tied Corpsman rating. Sun. I P.M. 6 P.M.7hM
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jQ 6 PORT eZ:1: with 4-3 records at the The following specialty technicians -
end of scheduled American Lea- are now eligible for the

( Feature) gue playwere: Dental,the Ground program at multiple level two: Oft
Electronics Division's Gems,the Medical Field Service, Advanced Service Men Welcome
,,:: 1. The record for most home Par Scramblers of Air Opera- General Service, Aviation Medicine -
runs hit in a single World Se- tions, Weapons, Aircraft Main- Aviation Physiology,Tissue !/i' price admission any time
\; ries game is three. Who holds teanance, and the Hospital's"A" Culture, and Clinical Laboratory.
t.. the record and against what squad. Additional specialty'tedml, upon presentation of I. D. I

team were they hit? The play off victor will face cians Include Preventive Medi- Open 7 Days Week
2. What school holds the the National' League's VP 30 cine, Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat
NCAA record for most victo-
Orthopedic Appliance, Ortho-
contingent. VW 4 Is currentlyin
ries in a perfect basketball second place fir i the National pedic Cast Room, Special Operations -

season 3. What? club record does League, but if FAW 11 beats Medical Deep Sea Diving F8
I catcher Bill Freehan of the Hospital Gold this week, it will and Medical Repair.
Detroit Tigers hold? throw second place into a tie
4. What is the longest pass and a match will be played to StandingsNational
t. play in Michigan State's Big decide the number two squad.
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Ten gridiron history ********
5. Who is the top all-time (Next to Roosevelt Mall).
Notre Dame passer? It is a duffer's dream and goalto ; Leagueon .
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ANSWERS'spnr1. try to make a hole In one
I LH aoj suollaldwoa. shot, and the odds are pretty Team Won Lost
60Z 111M IWIa15f9! 'IdIWU. .y.s1Ma1ususaays ; great against this feat. But the V AP 62 ,. .. :9 ;"- 0 V I
odds were with Capt. W. V. J :9'1 .
pus Xvpttf aU1S q Moore of FICEUR as he playedon VP-30 6 :

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