Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00967
 Material Information
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 22, 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
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:00967

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UII'r ir\tkY F x as"r d* ,February Promotion -


: jiJ' fA -... Test DaiesAnnounced J Y.

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The dates for the administration will not be reflected in the'computation ,01'';
of the 1968 February Navy- of the final multiple.
wide examinations for advancement -
A have been scheduled.The .
dates are as follows: E 4, Requirements 4\
Feb. 6; E 5, Feb. 8; E 6, Required correspondencecourses .
Feb. 13; E 7, Feb. 15; E -8, performance tests,
E; 9, Feb. 21. practical factors and the applicable W
h ', militaryleadership examination \IH
Waivers must be satisfactory A r akt''
Those personnel granted waiv- completed by Jan. 6.
; S YS ers of service in pay grade :
requirements by their commandIng To E-8, E-9 !
a. officers the
must complete
For advancement to E 8/
,; reduced service time in pay E 9, personnel must satisfac-
111% grade to be eligible to take the torily complete the correspon- BREAKOUT-Commissarymen Carlton Hood (right) and Mar-
S exam. For advancement to E5, dence courses,Navy RegulationsE shall Gilmore check one of the turkeys which will be 'prepared
REPAIRS-Bob Greene of E 4, personnel must completesix ( 8) and Military Justice In for the big dinner at Galley One tomorrow. Cooks will begin
the Public Works Departmentis months in that rate by May the Navy(E- 9)). preparing the massive amounts of food at midnight tonight.
16, 1968. For advancement to
among the employees repairing pay grade E 4, personnel must The terminal eligiblity date for
WAVES Barracks 710 be serving in pay grade ,E 3 computing service in pay grade Galleys Prepare Feast
after last week's fire. Re- on Feb. 6, 1968. Personnel au- and total enlisted service Is Nov. i

; pairs are.expected.tp.becom.h..",thorized ,service, .in' pay,Rrade,, 16, 1968.,<%RequiredJjCor.responT\ : ; :,. "
pleted Friday.E..r..ey waiver for advancement to E -4, deface courses mustbe completedby For Holiday :;>
may use pay grade E 2 eval- Feb. 27. Appetites
Promotion uations for the six month period
ending Jan. 31, 1968. Selection Board ,
station's Food Services Division
Turkey will be the order of
0,.. for 0-3 LDOs Time In A selection board scheduled the day tomorrow for personnel reports 140 pounds of mints,
400 of
nuts 1,200 poundsof
aboard the station after the gal- pounds ,
There are instances where Individuals to convene In late May or early mashed along with 187
The: Secretary of the Navy has leys at NAS and NATTC roast potatoes
who'are authorized advancement June of 1968 to consider advan- gallons of 260 pounds of
approved an emergency plan to more than 2,000 pounds of the gravy
promote 860 limited dutyofflcers to E 4 in an incre- cement for all eligible personnel big birds for feasting. sweet potatoes and 740 pounds of
to lieutenant commander,to meet ment subsequent to the February who pass the February E-8/ Along with the traditional ham are being readied for holi-
the need for officers in that 1968. exam date as a result of E 9 exam. Advancements will Thanksgiving Day turkey will be day appetites.For .
rank. the August 1967 exam series begin on Aug. 16, 1968. all the festive trimmings. The those who can manage
Officers commissioned in may be eligible in respect to dessert, 4,200 cups of ice cream
1957 59 will be eligible for service in pay grade require- and 410 pumpkin pies will be .,,
promotion under the emergency ments to participate in the E 5 19 Local CPOs Add Stars ready. ,

plan.. Officers promoted to their exam while actually serving In Station personnel, their guests .
E 3.Eight. and have been invitedto
present rank before, or the same pay grade Results of the E 8 and E 9 son and AFCM L. L. Kriz.
time as Lt. R. G. Giddens of Years advancement tests were received NAS chiefs advanced to E 8 from partake 1 5 in the festive No spread
to p.m. reserva-
the station weapons department here last week adding 19 COM- last week Included AZCS C. A.
will be
are also considered eligible for Total enlisted service require- FAIRJAX and NAS chiefs to the Brown; AMCS W. A.Burns.CSCS tions required. '
the emergency; promotion plan. ments for ,advancement to pay long list of recent advancements.Two W. N. Estes; AOCS K. Maddock, Cost for the holiday dinner is
Lieutenant Giddens is the junior grade E 7 Is eight yearsSer- NAS and two COMFAIR- ACCS J. G. Oneill; ACCS S. S. as follows:
officer eligible. vice In the Inactive Naval Reserve JAX chiefs were advanced to E- 9 Sisco and HMCS J. D. Sanders. and officers
Officers commissioned in 1957 while a member of a drillIng Dependents, guests -
Nov. 16 and seven NAS and COMFAIRJAX senior chiefs $1.15.Officers .
and 1958 previously not eligiblefor un't' may be utilized to establish ,
two COMFAIRJAX chiefs advanced advanced were ADCS R. A. Meadows and civilians on
promotion will now be considered the minimum eight of and ADCS R. per
to E 8 Jan. 16 while none F. Wall. diem $1.45.
but this drill time ,
for promotion. year period, i
the COMFAIRJAX chiefs made it Enlisted on commuted rations,
for that Increment. One chief Four NAS chiefs will advanceto
Civilian Gets $1,175 from NAS and one from COM- E 8 Jan. 16. They are, 55 Children cents. under 12, 65 cents.
FAIRJAX will advance to E 8 AMC, W. E. Burns, PNC W.
I. March 16, and one NAS chief Harden and UTC T. Haymons. Both the galley at NAS and
will advance,.to. E 8 May 16. AMC C. Mathews, NAS will'advanceto' NATTC will serve' a breakfast
Saves ,
Navy Money Newly advanced master chiefs senior' 'chief\,March brunch from 7 to 9:15 tomorrow I+'
from NAS are AFCM J. A. Bar- 16, as will YNC K. Reynolds, morning for personnel who re- -

Alexander Clifton, an Inspector the receiver which carries the nette and PNCM F. J. Wilson. COMFAIRJAX, and ENC L. W. gularly, eat at the facilities. ;
at the Naval Air Rework gun's serial number. In the The new COMFAIRJAX master J. Page, NAS will advance to (See Thanksgiving Day
Facility, departed Friday for a past any pan of the gun could be chiefs are JOCM W. R. Denni- E-8May16. menu on page 2.)
six month assignment to Subic replaced with the exception of
Bay Philippines with a $1,175 the receiver.
check, thelargestBeneficialSug- Clifton noted that a large number CtptaiR's Thaiksgivlig Day Message S
gestion Award In the station's of guns were being retired
history. Clifton's suggestion led because of deterioration of this "Since our Pilgrim forefathers first gathered together to pro-
to saving more than $122,000 In component. Useable pans were claim a day of thanksgiving Almighty God for His many blessingsand
reworking aircraft guns. saved but many were not needed the bountiful harvest bestowed upon them during their first f
The principal part of a MK and had to be discarded. He investigated year of survival in their new found freedom and way of life in a ;
12-0. 20 mm ,aircraft gun is and found that receiv- strange new world, we, as Americans, have been continued to be
ers could be transferred to the blessed with freedoms and a way of life enjoyed by few other
new component. Replacement of persons in the world today.
the receivers resulted In pre- "Let us not, however, through material possession of these
venting discarding guns with receiver blessings, be blinded to the needs of the less fortunate, both hereat
discrepancies. home and abroad, but instead join together and revel in our good
fortune by using them as a beacon to guide us in supporting and assisting -
Clifton's assignment to Subic whenever possible In bringing to an end hunger, pesti-
Bay Is part of the world wide lence, and oppression of our fellowman.In .
8 8i fleet maintenance support pro- doing so, let us hope that some day, under the Benevolent
vided by NARF. Normally,about Providence and through the best use of the world's God given a
five Jacksonville civilians specialists resources, each of us and each Nation' will have reason to celebrateour
are on temporary assignment own individual "Thanksgiving Day." t 14 "
to Subic Bay, with some Capt. Stack
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.2 Alexander Clifton work being done In Vietnam.
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:; 11 i1ij, 11I --'Addent:
I t'Th'UIY I'JUz Report
\\Editorlal View Point*

Due to the alarming number of traffic accidents that occur in I
Duval County, Jax AI: News, through cooperation of the Duval J
t County Patrol, publishes monthly statistics regarding accidents,
In this area, together with specific locations where accidents were
Thanksgiving Brings 4 .r most prevalent.For .
the month of October, 1967, total accidents amounted to 600,
with 385 Injuries, eight of which were fatal. The estimated cost of
property damage resulting from October's accidents was $255,341.'I'
Annual Inventory Thus far this year, there have been 6,081 accidents, with 3,472
injuries, 56 of which were fatal. The estimated cost of property
Thanksgiving damage resulting from the year's accidents so far was $2,502,688.

Thanksgiving, first celebrated at Plymouth in 1621, was, only
occasionally observed for the text 200 years. Day Services Location Total Injured Damage
It wasn't until 1863 that a dayw3s set aside for Americans to makean
assessment and give thanks for what they have.
Today, In 1967, we might sit down and come up with a list that Atlantic Boulevard 29 16 10,100
reads something like this: WEDNESDAY
We can be thankful we live in a Nation in which citizens can Protestant Beach Boulevard 28' 20 77,375
speak freely.We Divine Service 6 p.m. .
can be thankful for a Nation' which is not only the richest All Saints Chapel Lem Turner Road 28 II 17,385 )

and most productive in the world, but one in which those who
produce the goods and services that make it rich can share in the THURSDAYRoman Blanding Boulevard 27 10' 10,210
wealth. Catholic
We can be thankful for a Nation where every citizen can exercisethe Mass ------9 a.m. University Boulevard 25 3 6'.105
precious right to vote and have a voice in the government.We St. Edward's Chapel
can be thankful for the brave, dedicated men and women in Protestant Normandy Boulevard 17 20 8,720
uniform who are serving in distant places, far from the happy Divine Service10 a.m.
Thanksgiving celebrations of their friends- and loved ones.waiting, Parking Lots 7J 9 llJ05
fighting and often dying to preserve freedom in a trouble world.
We truly have much for which to be thankful. (AFPS)

|>J i.-vi.rve:. ServicesROMAN I General Mess

Navy Secretary Ignatius ..J..'


Sends Thanksgiving NoteIn Edward's Chapel ankh tUtU '' jv

SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m.

a Thanksgiving message to the men and women serving in the and 11 a.m.
Atlantic Fleet, Secretary of Navy, Paul R. Ignatius stated: DAILY MASS11:30a.m.' .
"Thanksgiving Day will find many Americans gathered with their SATURDAY MASS 9:00 a.m. AI V,
families enjoying a traditional feast. Many will be sailors and CONFESSIONS - Saturday ,. ,i;" I '.j
Marines who have earned and deserve this privilege. For many, 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.7 7:30 p.m. Turkey Rice Soup
many others it will be another day, thousands of miles from home,
in service to their country U.S. Naval I Hospital

"Some are sailors on watch in our ships, Marines under fire Roast Tom Turkey Baked Glazed Ham
in Vietnam, pilots flying from our carriers, or men deep under the SUNDAY MASS ------d a.m.
ocean in a submarine. Those at home may give thanks for spendingthis Whipped Potatoes Candied Sweet Potatoes
Thanksgiving Day with their loved ones.

Others may give thanks that their loved ones are safe at home Brown Giblet

enjoying the freedom they are" fighting to ensure. Everyone give // Saints, Chapel v..y., .. .., ',J..I,.. ..,..,. "J'f"' Gravy" '" _\;,.", ,"... -
thanks for different reasons. ;' Buttered French Peas "
"I will be giving thanks on this day for the wonderful men and DIVINE SERVICE 10a.m.
women in the Navy and Marine Corps, with which our countryis SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
blessed. To everyone on this team, both uniformed and civilian,' Chapel Annex Bldg. 722 : Oyster Bread Dressing Cranberry Sauce
I extend my sincere and grateful thanks for your dedicated effortsin CHURCH SCHOOL - 9 a.m...
accomplishing our mission in these difficult times. Chapel Center, Bldg. 751 Assorted Pickles/Olives Assorted Cubed Cheeses

"My best wishes go to you and your families on this ThanksgivingDay. WEDNESDAY
." Choir Rehersal - 7 p.m. Stuffed Celery Sticks Lettuce Wedges "

The Hypocritical AtheistBy Christian Young Adult Science Group -Service 7 p.m. Waldorf Salad Radishes

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Lt. J. C. Simpson, CHC SECOND MONDAY of Each Month p.m. Bread Butter

Chapel Women's Guild ',: Thousand Island Dressing ,
It difficult to decide whether to use "Hypocritical Atheist"or ,
was - -9:30a.m.Qa '" J' "
"Atheistic Hypocrit" as a title for this article. The labels are ( l Center) ,' 'j}: Parkerhouse Rolls '' 4tIced
not too becoming in either case. Shakespeare once described the -/ .'. ;,,l.,,t't', .>- .. .
life of men who make no room for God as, "a tale told by an idiot, Tea w/Lemon Slices "
U.S. Naval
and soon to be forgotten. '
Webster defines an ATHEIST as one who disbelieves in or denies .Milk CoffeePumpkin '
the existence of God. A hypocrit, as we all know, is a person whose SUNDAY SERVICE-- --10 a jn. ,
life and verbage denies their claim of relationship to some deity.
What have these definitions to do with the title of this article Your CareerBelow
and the falacy that the author is apparently trying to call Into question Pie Whipped ToppingIce
The fact is, it is possible for a person to be an atheist, that is, Career.are a Read few facts the facts on a ... Cream
to disbelieve in any kind of dlety. The author would not attemptto
deny this possibility. But what the author would like to call into and check off the total -- and ,
question is the authenticity of an atheistic claim that has to depend see what a planned Navy car- Fresh Fruit Bar
of God. eer means to you.
upon a continuous denial
The true atheist, it seems to me, would not have time to argue 1. Financial achievements
against the existence of God, any more than the true believer in and security. Assorted Mints
Mixed Nun
2. Excellent
God, would have time to argue In favor of His existence. promotion pros-
When a person grows old enough to debunk the idea of there beinga pects.
man with a red suit and a long beard, commonly known as Santa 3. Outstanding educational
Claus, he does not spend the rest of his life belabouring the point. opportunities.
Something of this same good sense ought togovern our considerationof 4. Medical care for you and
diety.A your family.
person that says there is no God, and then feels the abiding 5. Early retirement and life

demand of having to deny the existence of God, manages only. to displayhis Income. "JAX AIR NEWSThe
6. trade
Exceptional training. ,
or her hypocritical stance in human existence.
In my short life, I have yet' to meet an atheist, except of the hypo- 7. Social security benefits to
critical variety. There are some people who claim to be atheist, you and your family.
because they have rot the mental capacity to make any better claim. 8. Adequate dependent's pro- /AX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
Most professing talent atheist, however, are people who are tryingto tection. distributed each Thursday' at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
make for themselves their own moral code and that without 9. World wide travel. Jacksonville, Florida, by' the Holt Publishing Company','
restraints. 10. Duty preferences a private firm. All Copy' submitted for use in the TAX
AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
11. Traditional "fringebene- Affairs Office -
When men and women are determined to lower themselves and Box 2, NAS '
Jacksonville' by 12:00 noon on Monday
unmatched by civilian car-
their moral code in the direction of the animal world, they have to before publication. News items are welcomed from all
contend with the built in demand to consider their lives in rela- eers. sources Telephone 772 3118 or 3119.
tionship to deity.
Some people manage to convince themselves that they are atheist, Advertisements are solicited by' the publisher and queries -
because the personal demand for a self approved moral code has concerning such should be directed to:

gotten the best of them.If Buy The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
you insist on being an atheist, do not feel the need to justify Jacksonville ..
32210 Telephone 388 2755.
your position with other people, just be as silent as you have come
to be about the existence of Santa Claus. I know that this is an impossible
suggestion, because regardless of how hard we try, we Bonds VOL 25 NO. 35 NOVEMBER 22, 1967
will not get away from the responsibility of recognizing our creaturely -

relationslhf pWIiIjlrGod.r, u-irn-M, r. .fI .1 I h : II "a f 1 .

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November 22, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER' Page


I The officers of Light Photo-
th graphic Squadron 62 bid a rather
unusual fare well to the squad F rr .
ron's last detachment last week.
Det 38 left bn The Shangri '- La
for a nine month Med Cruise. 9. i
When the men return VFP 62
) will no longer be in operation.The .
going away party was
held at the home of Lcdr. and
-_. '' \_ v c T 74 %J try_ Y.c Mrs A. C. Shuler. The gather-
ing was directly out of Haight -
Asbury. Cdr. M. L. Hayes' ia'h f
squadron skipper, came in the
ri guise of a caped crusader toppedoff
with what appeared to be a
. raccoon. There were several
flower children and a few old -
fashioned beatniks.In .
19 years of service VFP-62
i .. has sent out more than 100 de-
tachments. Currently Det 42,
Yeh, I /joined Woin'f making enough money the other way. under the command of OlnCLCdr.R. No, not of any price.
L. Meier:,Is aboard the RoOse-
velt in the Med. and Det 38 is
: aboard the recently departed

t -T Shang.The photobirds have served on wa @ rn@ lID I
_J_ seventeen carriers, ,from the Q
i'S' Midway and Coral Sea to the Intrepid -
Randolph and Saratoga.The .
squad received the first
delivered Presidential
personally -
Unit Citation,from President ; .S-- TRADE WITH CONFIDENCE. SEE
John F. Kennedy, for reconnaissance 1
In the Cuban Crisis. I l :, t,, ', FRED BRODERICK

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Wives Club Jax # 86
itE L held a social/educational meetIng -
I Nov. 15 !in their clubhouse. JI
Mrs. Robert Martlndal: presided -
in the place of the club's
president, who was unable to attend ,

,' ,K. Guests due to were illness.Mesdames If )- ;$ .. I

Edward Magers and James Tim- ,
mons. Mrs. H. Robert Eitzen,
a former member of Jax#86 was
reinstalled, and Mesdames Louis
r .,. f ftr Ravese, Warren Aderson, Kal .
Hendnksen; and Thomas Rett I
transferred from other clubs.
Mrs. Richard Mann wa elcom-
W. NATIONAL OFFICE HOLDERS in the Navy Wives Club of
ed as a new member.
Mrs. Richard Middleton the America and members of Jax #86 were honored at the club's
; staff from the Navy Wives annual Thanksgiving dinner dance Friday evening.
r Nursery gave an' informal talk

on the the station.nursery facilities aboard (. ,.

Friday evening,the Navy Wives I-.5
' held their annual Thanksgivingdinner
A POSTHUMOUS PURPLE HEART MEDAL was awarded to dance at the clubhouse. _
to Mrs. Marcus C. Jones, widow of LCpl. Jones who was fat During the dinner, the membership -
ally wounded on Aug. 28 in the Republic of Vietnam. LtCol. honored the national officers -
A.E. James, Marine Aviation Detachment commander, pre- that are member of Jax
sented the medal and a portfolio of her late husband in cer #86. Gifts were presented to
emonies held Nov 8. Mesdames Barney Meyer, Wil-
bert Wagner, Leon Conley and
Henry Barnes. ot'f n tai
Guests attending the affair
r were club sponsors,Capt.and Mrs.R. ,.
I V. Berry, Mrs. C. D. Simon- wt
sen, Mrs. M. J. Stack and Cdr.
and Mrs. L. A. Menard. William
Berry, father of Captain Berry
also attended the dinner. Special t
t guests of the club were JO1 and
Mrs. Charles Schroyer. .. ,

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COC I'" "INTERNATIONAL NIGHT", theme of the JOWC's annual
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ed Oct. 17, offers training pro- and Electronic Fire Control System from the Employment Office, 1
grams and educational opportunities Installer and, repairer. 772 3448. .
for qualified young men and >- i Salaries for these positions "

women in the Federal govern- NARF (L to R) W. L. Purcell and RAdm. R. L. range from $2.86 to $3.84 Archie Moore holds the record 1
ment. Positions are located Townsend, commander Naval Air Systems Command, Capt. C. per hour. for the greatest numberof

throughout few positions the United In foreign'coun States and-a T. Faulders Jr., CO NARF, and W. F. Gouchnour, Inspect aircraft The Interagency Board also knockouts in a boxing career \i.

tries may be filled under this component during admiral's recent visit. issued the following amendment with 136. ,

announcement.Applications will be accepteduntil Local Promotion Jobs ,."

further notice. Applicationfor ;:
Federal Employment, Stand- .
ard Form 57,should be submittedto Open for Applications
the Interagency Board of U. S. If
Civil Service Commission, 123 The merit promotion oppor- Jacksonville. Applications will f
South Court Avenue, Orlando tunities listed below are cur- be accepted through the closeof
Fla, 32801, indicating the title of rently open for receipt of ap- business Monday. .
the position for which applicationis plications. The area of con- MPB No. 163 67 Aircraft
being made and the announce- sideration and closing date of Quality Control Specialitst, GS9. "'J "
ment number ((415)). Submit only each bulletin is shown. $7,696 through $10,04$ per J r, ,
one Form 57 even though you MPB No. 72 67 Plan D annum. Area of consideration: a
may wish to be considered for grade levels GS 4 and below; NARF, NAS, NARTU,COMFAIR t
more than one professional field. MPB No. 79 67 Plan C all JAX, Commissary Stores. Applications -
semiskilled positions pay level will be accepted
7 and below; MPB No. 83-67 through the close of business No .
Plan B all skilled positionspay 30.
FOR YOUR BOATING level 8 and above. Area of in addition to the above oppor-
NEEDS... consideration: NAS,NARF,NAR- tunities for promotion, attentionis i
TU, COMFAIRJAX, Navy Commissary called to the opportunities for !
IhletMrilte Stores,Jacksonville.Applications -
the positions of Clerk TypistGS
for these positions will 3 and Stenographer, GS- ......
be accepted at any time A 4 at the following activities; U.
separate application Form 57 S. Navy Recruiting Station Fleet l

SALES od SERVICE must which be Interested.filed for each positionIn Weather., FICUER Facility, NATTC., FAETULANTDET. You get a I lot of

MPB No. 158 67 Industrial
interested in
Employees filing
Mercury and Engineer, GS 5,7,9 and 11; applications for these positions h.oliday.happiness y j.
Area of consideration Nation-
; should follow the filing pro-
MerCruiserCUPPER wide. Applications will be accepted cedures below
given being sure
until the needs of the se- to note the position and activity free With every loan
vice are met and will be con- with whom they desire employ-

sidered MPB as No.received.161 67 Supervisory ment.All applicants for the above from C.I.T.Need : t

Electronics Engineer positions must be career con- t
(Instrumentation), GS 11 and ditional employees of the Fed- "
12. area of consideration: Na- eral 'f i
tionwide. Applications will be the government.above positions Applicationsfor shouldbe a holiday loan? Then expect to get your money

accepted through the close of filed with IRD, Box 22, NAS, fast when you come to Universal C.I.T. Reason? C.I.T.

business Dec. 11. Jacksonville.For is famous for quick, convenient service...whether youneed.money
MPB No. 162 Aircraft Launching further information
&Arresting Devices Me- these positions set regarding the- for holiday shopping or any other' worth

chanic $3.07; $ r copies of the bulletins, or'callExt. while purpose. Come in and see us. But one word of
..- .......;;;;;; hour. Area of consideration: 2320, Recruiting and Ex- caution: don't expect to leave our office so quickly that
J AX, Navy Commissary Stores, amlng we won't have time for a friendly holiday wish. ((1'-you

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Local Fleet Reserve Branch 91 $

Holds Ground Breaking Sunday T

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I' Construction of a new home side Dr.; Ladies Auxiliary Fleet The FRA, with a national dt
for Branch Unit and Club 91, Reserve Association Unit 91 membership of more than 65,000is
Fleet Reserve Association got President Mrs. Mary Hutch- a non-profit organization of
under way officially Sunday after erson, 6743 Peter Rabbit Dr., career enlisted men and tempor- 1 1
noon when ground was broken and Club 91, FRA president, ary officers of the regular and
before some 50 members and WJ. "Cappy" Capwell, 2058 reserve components of the U.S.
guests at the new home site at Jammes Rd., all of Jacksonville.Also Navy and U.S. Marine Corps
5391 Collins Road Orange Park. in attendance were past who have six or more years of

Wielding the, shovels to move National President Wilson H. active service. Its motto is
the first earth were Thomas A. Sandefer and Mrs. Grace Sand- "Loyalty Protection and Ser-
Feaster 2522 Bayview and Har- efer past national president vice", which it has lived up to 9'f
vey E. Miller 379 Crystal St., LAFRA 1754 Canterbury Jack- since Its organization in 1922,
both of Jacksonville the two most sonville. by representing its members in
continuously active of the 30 Branch 91's former home and Congress on every piece of major !r
charter members of Branch 91 8554RooseveltBlvd., legislation'affecting the serviceman ,
since it was chartered Dec. 24, property and insuring their well-be- IIa
Park purchased by
Orange was
ing since that time. *
1945. Both Feaster and Miller
the State for the new 1-295 right-
have held numerous positions in of-way currently under con-
the Branch and Club. Miller is struction.
a past regional president Southeast Vinson T. Forrester Jr., con- News in Brief
and Feaster a past pre- tractor for construction of the ,
sident of Branch 91. new FRA facility estimates that Military members both officer
FRA officials present for the weather permitting the new home and enlisted who are eligible for
ceremonies included Branch 91 should be completed within eightto retirement or transfer to the
President Dave Guire.4930 Oak- 10 weeks. Fleet Reserve within the next
t 18 months, are asked to attenda
( briefing Tuesday at 10 a.m.
Marine Wives Club in the NAS Jax Theatre.

I Guest speakers will be L. Fry
Employment Service; L. F.
Nominates OfficersMembers Shafer, Veteran's Administration .
; W.T. Mason St. Regents f$ }a
of the Marine Wives er. Additional nominations may Paper Company; Dr.J.B.Wilson,
Club held their November business be made prior to elections to Floida Junior College.
be held during the next regular
meeting at the Acey Duecy **********
Club Monday evening Dot Lynn business meeting at the Acey
club president presided opening Duecy Club at 8 p.m., Dec. 4. There will be a government Y
the meeting with a prayer. Members also voted to holda surplus property bid sale Nov. ,,,
Business matters included combination installation dinner 29 at 9 a.m. at NAS's Disposal

opening nominations for new for officers, following,election, Division located approximatelyone
and half miles south of the
officers for the coming year,
and Christmas the
at Acey
plans for a dub Christmas pany Duecy Club on party Friday Dec. 15. main gate.Military. c ----- .......-r.......... ;,oT A ,. ....;.,' ., ..
and their annual Christmas pany The annual Christmas pany and civilian Depart
for patients at the Naval Hospital. for Naval Hospital patients was ment of Defense personnel are BREAK FIRST GROUND (standing right); George J.
set for Dec. 19. invited to participate. Persons Thomas A. Feaster (left) and Randle electrical contractor
Names placed in nomination under 21 years of age and personnel Harvey E. Miller, turn the first (second from right); Mrs. Mary
as possible new officers included All Marine Wives are invitedto whose duties include responsibilities shovels of earth to begin con- Hutcherson president Unit 91,
1 Mary Swartzfor president',Marie visit club meetingshowever, for or within the struction of the new home and club LAFRA;; and (center), Vinson T.
Slocumb for vice president; for information they may call Defense Property Disposal Programs facilities of Branch,Unit and Club 'Forrester, Jr general 'contractor -
Wilma Stens for secretary, and Dot Lynn at 771-4001, or Mary their agents employeesand 91, FRA. Orange Park. Lookingon for the facility. (Photo by An
Lorraine Furuseth for treasur- Swartz at 384-6584. immediate members of their along with some 50 membersand SLOCUMB)
household are not eligible to par- guests, are Club 91 pre-
mw&M&tfrrwifiRWBtiv wnN& ticipate in the sale. sident, WJ. "Cappy" Capwell own amotorcycle
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MarineAviation Detach- He spent the 'last 13 months at
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recently. Battalion, Ninth Marines.
SSgt. George L. Wilson arrived SSgt. Alton L. Haines arrived
: Monday from KyHa South here Nov. 6 from Chu Lai. Dur-
Vietnam, where he spent 12 ing his five month stay at Chu
months with Marine Medium Helicopter Lai he was attached to Marine :iy+
Squadron-165. He was Attack Squadron-311. He was
assigned to Aviation Electronics assigned instructor duties at A-
: School as an instructor.Sgt. viation Ordnance School.
X%# : ved with Third Battalion 26th
Marines at Phu Bat for 14 months
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' Chaplains Mark 192 Years ServiceWherever 4*) (L

duty has taken the billets which of 4 I Mi
to Navy Chaplains lains everv force and type 6
fighting men of the United States are assigned. The percentagesof command extern tneir ministryto A..' t
Navy -- on board ship,-through sea as compared to shore ships without chaplains assigned. -
f muddy battlefields, rice paddies, billets is set at 56 percent and I af
",11"': swamps and fox holesthede 44 percent respectively. The fourth factor in providingmore
: dicated men of the Navy Chap Corps leadership is the second comprehensive religious
;' lain Corps too have been right major factor. Under the leader- coverage for fleet units is the
there, fighting armed with faith ship of the Chief of Chaplains, practice of transporting chap-
f;' trust in God and the teachings RAdm. James W. Kelly, through lains by helicopter from one shipto 1 !
: i
of God's Word. fleet and force supervisory chap- another at sea for religious I ;t ?

". Tuesday the Navy Chaplain lains, the Lay Leadership pro- worship.In .
J,.' Corps celebrates Its 192 anniversary grams have been reevaluated his message to the Chaplains -
for it was November 28, strengthened, and the distributionof of the Atlantic Fleet, Adm. i .
1775 under article two of the training has been intensified. E.P. Holmes,commander in chief : :
,J regulations for the Continental Comprehensive, conscientious Atlantic, stated: D .., -' -
''r. Navy that the Corps was founded. and enthusiastic "
religious coverage .On the occasion of
:' your members of the Chaplain Corps, STATION CHAPLAINS -- Jacksonville -
'Since its founding the Chaplain has been set forth as a 192nd anniversary, I extend my
representing the religious communities based chaplains consistof
Corps has contributed much in challenge to Corps intregrityand
creating a better way of life for esprit. warmest congratulations. of our country, have con- (front row, 1 to r) Lt. T. F.
\ all .seafaring Through all these years theNavy tributed much to the creationof Johnson, NATTC; Cdr. V. J.Mahoney -
men. Chaplains Extending the of the has
scope chaplain accompanied our a better of life for all NATTC R. M.Harrison
were I instrumental the founding Chaplain Corps ministry to fleet sailors and Marines whenever way ; Capt. -
seafaring men as they have, in senior chaplain Cdr.H.T.
f; of the Naval Academy, elimination personnel by way of the "Cir- duty has taken them in the interest -
" of flogging in the Navy and cuit Rider" concept is the third of the Nation." peace and in war,exercised a vital Dimino, NAS; (back row, 1 to r)
the establishing of various wel- factor. Under this Chap The and fruitful ministry. May Lt. J. E. Dorsey NAS; LCdr.F. .
concept continued, "The
message E. Sims NAS Lt. H. L. Bie-
fare and recreation programs. you continue to fulfill your basic ;
. After a history of almost two mission of bringing God to men miller Hospital and Lt. J. C.

centuries, the Corps boasts a and men to God." Simpson, NAS.

strength of nearly 1,100 chap oJ

lains. This number, which Includes r r WANT ADS WILL/ SELL FOR YOU I
the augmentation require-
ment to meet the Vietnam
crisis, is the largest the Corps

World has reached War II. since One-third the days of the of [[ Roosevelt

Navy active Chaplain duty within corps the has pass come 36 on I Mall

months. P I< OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM :5:30: PM
Three NAS Jax chaplains, Lt.
J.E. Dorsey LCdr. F.E. Sims
and Lt. T. F. Johnson, recently '
served tours of duty In Vietnam. -1( d
Chaplain Dorsey, in commentingabout ; J5 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD,OIL

. "Services held wherever the
men are-- in burt ed- out MIIUO! .L SPRAWAX e. eNOW ONLY 50$

houses, open fields, behind sandbags CHIEF OF CHAPLAINS- RAdm. James Kelly, chief ef chap Located in Roosevelt/ Mall// Shopping Center

"and under tin-roofed shel- lains visits wounded Marines in hospitals in Vietnam
ters. He continued, "It is a per-
son to-person type ministry rA
in Vietnam; in many instancesI

had individuals the privilege personallybymoving to speakto $Bobs Oak Hill

with the men on the battle-
Pure Service Center
It. fields. '.... .
\ Today, the Navy Chaplain '
i( Corps represents 47 of, Amer- Open for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.

;i'; ica's 252 religious denomin
; ations. Naval forces in South- rid
strvica t
pick 'vp' delivery
east Asia are being provided with

the most comprehensive .J "1u ; mechanic ON duty American ft Ferein Cirs
religious coverage in the historyof II t l .
Naval warfare.
Four factors contribute to this 103rd & Jammes Road
Droaaer scope religious cover- 771 9156 Jacksonville Florida
age. First Is the significant
increase In the number of sea -f
(Including Fleet Marine Force)

,COURAGE AND FAITH-Working long and ardous hours, under OPEN SUNDAY,

I t: HONDA hazardous conditions the chaplain travels from position to pos-
ition bringing'religious services and spiritual aid to Marinesin
MOTORCYCLES the Field. .

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E meet with family and friends' to express: our thankfulness
63 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe, A/C. . .$1275
Juan at Niblick for the many good things of life. And may. they .
.& Phone 384 44J6 long continue! At this season, It's our favorite custom 62 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe . . . .$995
.: extend our thanks and best wishes to our member sand
friends. To all of you a happy, hearty" thanksgiving' VW SEDANS 1963 to 1967
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& Bedrooms

:,. Garden Atmosphere Country Type Apartmentswith Club I fax Afavy Fede/tat I II WESTSIDE .

Kitchens equipped ulth G-E .
Ranges t* l Refrigerators
Individual Air Conditioning' I ORED/ruAf/oN VOLKSWAGEN INC.
and llcatinfl by (> E $ .

Drapes furnished' 1150 LANE AVE. S. Jacksonville Fla. 781 5511 ..
\flail\ to \Hall Carpeting and I JAX HAS' BLDG. 39 CccllFitlo'.BMg. 26 ,
Large Swimming! Pool I T.I.384.13910, has. Eat. 243) T.I. SP 1-3211 E.f. 205 J Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.l 1 PM to 6 PM
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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER November 22, 1967 {

I I I NARTU News and Views I IAt ,.. f fr

personnel inspection Nov. Dudek was on a jet reconnais- R. N. Solie; AE1 R. .Woodruff; b
15, AQB2 John W. Dudek, AO sance aircraft attached to Heavy AEC G. F. Alexander, Jr.; AECL. j
support, received his seventh and Photographic Squadron 61. A. Carom; AOCS A. J. Des-
eighth Gold Stars in lieu of ******** chene; AOC A.L.Hardison;AO
ninth and tenth Air Medals.From Twenty eight NATTC men CS G. R. Hill; AEC L. B. Henry;
April 1966 through Jan.this year, were advanced Thursday as part AOCS V. L. Johnson; AOCS M.
Dudek served as photographer/ of the second increment of the J. Mooney; AOC S. C. Roberson
technician: on 27 combat mis- August Navy-wide examinations. and AEC D. J. Srock.
sions, gaining photographic intelligence They were: AMS3 D. A. Cla- ********
of major importanceto ridge; YN3 J. L. Sharpless; ;
military operations in South- AMS3 R. B. Wins; ATN2 O. R. AOC Henry N. Coward was
east Asia. During that period Coleman, ADJ2 B. L. Heidell: awarded the Navy Commendation
A02 B.R.: Mabry; A02 F. G. Medal on Nov. 15. Cdr. R.D. USS SHANGRI-LA's bell received a traditional piping aboard
Silcoxj: AE2 R. W. Ward; DT2F. Kunkle, superintendent of ord- honor when swung aboard by the carrier's crane on Nov. 12.
T. Wilkerson; AE1 R. L. An- nance training, pinned the medalon Capt. Robert P. Coogan, commanding officer, was among thoseon
derson; AE1 F. A. Drajna; AE1 Coward. hand for the bell's return.ShangriLa.
[TEXACO L. A. Edwards; AE1 J. Gibson; The award was given for ser-
AE1 K C. Greene; AE1 W. F. vices rendered as ordnance chief Recovers
Griffis: AOl A. A. Hughes; YNl for Fighter Squadron 14 on the-
USS Franklin D. Roosevelt (CIA

DEALERSHIPAVAILABLE eeooeeeeeeeeeeoeeeeIt's ember 42)), from 1966.A .August through Dec- Original Ship's Bell .

PARTY Time citation accompanying the -
medal said that Coward "was Shangri-La's wayward bell has was aphotograIXiofthemusewn's
directly responsible for the come home. After serving as a exhibit room, and there among
|.9S end Bay Meadows Rd. saanaunnnmrmnnnnainmmsuBook fessional manner with which all museum piece for more than the ship models,figureheads,and
Ortega Blvd. and Manltov Cir.
w Commoner squadron aircraft were armed for 12 years, a 600 -lb. engraved other nautical memorabilia stood
leach XWiyand Blvd Your strikes against the enemy." ship's bell has been returned to Shangri-La's long-lost bell. '
Commode X*Way Coward is presently an its original home aboard the The clipping was shown to the
and Atlantic Blvd. instructor In AO/A School. Mayport based attack aircraft carrier's Commanding Officer,
Commodore X-Way PARTYin ************ carrier. Capt. Robert P.Coogan,and steps
,and Unhronlty NATTC was host to 150 The bell arrived in Mayport were Initiated to get the bell
after being airlifted from the back. Speed was paramount, for
Explorer Scouts over the week-
Excellent IncsmaOpportunity
our end. The Explorers were here Puget Sound Naval Shipyard at Shangri-La was soon to depart
for Bremerton, Wash The bell for. an extended deployment in
N.rsvi.us their 5th annual North Florida
Experience had rested in the shipyard's mus- the Mediterranean.A .
Necenaryif PARTYROOM Council. The opening session,
eum since 1954, being removed messagewassenttothecom-
Only Small Inveitment by Chairman Terry Jewell,
required a senior high school student from somewhat prematurely from mander of the Puget Sound Naval
Palatka was held Friday nightin Shangri-La ,while the ship was Shipyard explaining the situation.
decommissioned at Bremerton Commander Naval Air Force,
King Hall. Dr. J. Bruce Wil-
TEXACOWILL for a two-year period of mod- U.S. Atlantic Fleet, interceptedthe
NOW!! son, president the Florida Junior -
HELP WITH College at Jacksonville! gave ernization.The message_ and sided with
: Financial' Assistance Cell Chris: the keynote address.Dr. Shangri-La was recom- Shangri-La. Pointing out that the
Training With fay Wilson spoke to the group missioned in 1955 and took her issue appeared to be an "affaire
Strong Advertising fir 771-9927 about the human's capabilities to place as an active member of d'honneur" CbmNavAirLant add-
Promotional. Support meet the challenges of this "fan the fleet, but the bell didn't go ed a request for a speedy return -
The Red tastic terrifying age." Stressingthe with her. Through some over- of the bell and offered as-
GET THE FACTS will that a person has to do sight, Shangri-La's bell remained sistance.
TODAY something, he quoted; "Success in Bremerton and the carrierwas The shipyard was a-bit
CALL '353-5736 BARN5213W.iteai.tl with fellow forced to make do with a of
begins a will,and it's reluctant to pan with one
.r write Texaco 'Inc. all a state of mind." He ended bell salvaged from some now its museum's prize attractions
Jacksonville.'.0. Ben 1702 Fla. llvdeeteeeeeeee : his talk by saying, "The man.who forgotten cruiser. and then inquired as to whetherthe
can." Some time later, the salvagedbell addition of such aheavyobjectabove
,. developed a crack, and, it the main deck and off the
was replaced with a standard centerline of the carrier mightnot
Navy ship's bell. upset its stability.
Although adequate as a signaling However, stability experts on
device, the replacement lack-
the 43,000 ton Shangri-La decided -
ed a certain air of belonging, that 600 pounds more or
and Shangri-La crewmen tookto
less was not likely to cause
wondering for whom their the ship to capsize, and so the
rightful bell tolled. homeward flight of ShangriLa'sbell
% I The answer came unexpectedly.Ltjg was arranged.
.. ( ) Bruce Kroger of the carrier's Fleet Tactical Support Squadron -
Operations Department 30 ferried the bell from
(I. recently received an old news- Naval Air Station
'WI"'; .. Bremerton to ,
O paper clipping from his grandmother Le Moore, Calif. and a C-118
a who lives' in Seattle. transport from Fleet Tactical
The clipping, told the storyof Support Squadron One brought it
the Puget Sound Naval Ship
..AII to Mayport from LeMoore.The .
A yard Museum, which has just bell arrived at Mayport
moved into new quarters in Bre- Nov. 12 and was delivered to thecarrier's
merton. Accompanying the story pier.





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I MoviesMOVIES l >. Club Schedules : ;"
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will be shown regularly "0" CLUB: The club will have its annual Thanksgiving buffet

at the NAS Jax Theatre tomorrow from noon until 8 p.m. Reservations are requested. : : : : :
at G and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru Prices are $2.50 per person and $1.50 for children under 12.
SaturdayThere will also be a Friday and Saturday the champagne special -- deluxe prime rib
matinee at 2 p.m. onSaturdays. dinner for two plus a fifth ot champagne or sparkling burgundy Ads shfuld be mailed tc the Holt Publishing Company,
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital for $9.50 per couple. Dance to the music of,Charlie Jay Friday 1950 Standing' Blvd Jacftsonvflle, Florida, 32210, to arrive
Theatre will have one weekly evening. Johnny Jelinek's band is featured Saturday. Plan to take not 'later than Tuesday for publication the ,following' Thurs-
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field the family to the buffet dinner Sunday from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday is day. Ads arriving' too 'late for this' deadline will be published
will have two shows during the foreign dish night from 6 to 9 p.m. Special for Wednesday is fried the following week unless' the publisher Is instructed other
week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- chicken for $1.75 and $1.00 for children. Tickets for the New wise. A check or money order for the full. cost of the ad .must
be received WITH the for the ad.
inees will be shown on weekends Year's Eve party go on sale.Dec.. copy
Jt.2 and 5 p.m.WEDNESDAY .
CPO CLUB: Tomorrow the club is having its annual Thanksgiving DO NOT SEND CASH

dinner from 1 to 5 p.m. Prices are $1.50 per: person and $1.00 RATE: Minimum chorg ((3 lin..). . . 12.00
Nov. 22 for children. Mel Gaden and his Lazy Ryhthm Gal's will play that P.r additional line ((4 word per lin.). ." 0.50
evening. Friday evening'features the Moonliter's music. Try the
NAS: "THE GIRL AND THE seafood special for $1.25. Dance to the music of the Bud Clark Combo
GENERAL": Virna Lisa and Saturday night. A sirloin steak for$1.65is the dinner special. Hear
Rod Steiger. Rating; Not avail the sounds of the Tune Twisters Sunday evening. Fried chicken for EFFICIENCY APARTMENT $70 WEDDING PICTURES SHOT
able. $.95 is featured Tuesday and a rib-eye steak for $1.35 is the specialfor includes all utilities except tele Best Deal Around. Ph. 264-2140

Wednesday. phone. 1 mile north JAX NAS.
ACEY DUCEY CLUB: The club will have its annual Thanksgiving
: Neil Connery and 5 PM or Sat. & Sun. 388 9725. "Escape" To This Black Creek
Daniela Bianchi.. Rating; Good. dinner tomorrow beginning at noon. Prices are $1.50 per person:
((112 Min.) and $.85 for children. Hear the sounds of Dick Wilson Friday evening. Hide-away By yacht or auto for
FOR SALE 66 BELMONT MO- weekend '
Jim Glyne's music is featured Saturday night. Dance to the music of or year round living.
Mark Castle BILE HOME 12 x 60. 3 BR, Completely & comfortably furn-
Sunday evening. Happy Hour is every Monday and Wed-
THURSDAY Nov. 23 NO EQUITY Take over pay- ished cottage with elec. heat &
nesday beginning at 7 p.m. Tickets for theNew Years Eve party go
on sale Dec. 1.BLUEJACKETS. ments. 264 4956. air. 315' of waterfront beauty."t
: : Burl Deep water channel to Atlantic
Ives and Troy Donahue. Rating
; Ocean. Reduced
INN Tomorrow the cltb price.
: serve a sirloin
Very good. ((100 Min.) beef, baked ham or turkey dinner, with all the trimmings for $1.50. FOR SALE 65 HONDA S 90 VIOLET M. McKEITHEN
7,000 miles, excel cond., $225. 356-1276 Realtor 1033 Oak St.
HOSPITAL: "THE GIRL AND The Redcoats will be on hand tomorrow afternoon. The Coasterswill
THE GENERAL:" Virna Llsl make a special guest appearance tomorrow evening. Price of 771 0328.
and Rod Steiger. admission is $.50. Friday and Saturday night the Redcoats will
play. The Nu Sounds make their appearance both Saturday and HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT APARTMENTSNear
Sunday afternoon. Swing with the Soul Societys Sunday evening. 3 BR, 1 1/2 B, Clean. 7241 JAX and CECIL, 1 blk.
FRIDAY, Nov. 24 Bear the sounds of the Clubs Monday. Tuesday's band is the.Six- Pineville Dr. (Onega Hills) 387- est of 5900 blk. of Jammes Road.
2428 after 4:30. All new paint, 'all ground floor.
teens. Make the scene with the Nu Sounds Wednesday night.
NAS: "SHADOW OF EVIL": Dinner specials for the week are: Monday Viva Italia night witha 2 BR, LR, Brk. nook' park 2
Kerwin Mathews and Pier Angell.; spaghetti dinner for $1.50; Tuesday Beef'n Burgunday night STEREO SYSTEM cars and boat. $85 mo. includes
Rating; Good. ((100 Min.) featuring a beef dinner served with burgundy wine for $1.50j: Wed- Walnut' console like new. Re- water, sewage.. garbage, lawn
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HOSPITAL: "BLAST OFF": dinner for $.75;''Saturday 16 oz. T bone steak for $1.50; Sunday or assume $8 monthly paymentsA ends, 389-0744.

Burl Ives and Troy Donahue. specials as mentioned for the Thanksgiving menu; plus a half 1 Warehouse 1606 Main St. FOR RENT-APT. FURN.
chicken for $ ..75.liWiilll&Itl.J.
Unfurn. Orange Park, Temp. or
SATURDAY, Nov. 25 DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC permanent qtrs. Will rent to
JOCKEY?? For information call: bachelors. Phone 264-6884.

NAS: "THE BOBO": Peter 356 8351. Day or night.
Sellers and Britt Ekland. Rating; ((3)) SINGERS $25
Very good. ((113 Min.) FOR RENT OR FOR SALE SEWING MACHINES $25. Each
Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & Guaranteed. Left in warehouse.
SUNDAY Nov. 26 FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. Good condition. Does everything,

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Peter Sellers and Britt Ekland. JI LWAFOWKES any
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'i Jtl deliver, no obligation. 1606 Main
i. I ELECTRONICS RENT Walking Distance of Street.
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::::4 Football Predictions IM BASKETBALL .
Marines, 64 Medical 41
((59-30)) ((59-27)) (56-30)( ) ((51-35)) ((47-39)) The Cecil Field Intramural
Florida State VI Florida Fla FSU Fla. Fla Fla Basketball has entered the third Medical had a slight problem
Texas vs Texas A&M. Texas Texas Tex A&M Tex A&M Texas week of competition. All of the Wednesday night, when they came
teams are extra sharp and are .
:( up against the Marines in the sta-
Colgate vs Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers Rutgers ",Colgate trying. hard to win. tion gym. Something went wrong
illinois vs Iowa Ill, III. III. III. Iowa The schedule for next week: when it came to basketball.Marines -
November 27th 5:00 -
won the clash 64 to 41.
Kansas vs Missouri Mo. Mo. Ho. Mo. Kan vs VA 36. Out of ''ie 41 points that Medical
Kentucky vs Tenn. Tenn. Tenn Tenn Tem. Tenn. 6:15 p.m. Marines vs VA- scored "Doc" McClullough

Penn. State vs Pitt Penn St. Penn. St. Penn St. Penn St. Pitt 7:00.m.64. VA 45 vs VC-4 scored One 32 other of them.problem that

Yale vs Harvard Ylle< Yale Yale Yale Yale November 28th 5:00: p.m. Medical had was injuries. Out
Arkansas vs Tex Tech. ,Ark. Ark.Afk. Tex Tech Ark. VA 86 vs Medical. of six members on the team,
Oklahoma VI Nebraska Okla Okla. Okla Okla Okla. 36.6:15 p.m. VA 64 vs VA- three have been sidelined. with-
7:00 p.m. VC 4 vs Ma-
rines. VA-37,11-VA 36 31
November 29th 5:00 p.m. -
VA 44 vs VA 45

I .(_. ILl 'a @$ m@0 lID$ k. 0 37 7:00 174.6:15 p.m.p.m.. -- AMD Admin.vs.vs VA V A-- that team VA-37 way VA-36 came had throughout on Thursday adomineeringgameover strong the and night.stayed entire 37's -.

game. High sixuer tar the evenIng -
was John Trovato. He had
,... 19 points and 7 rebounds.VA .

EX-MEMBERS (to be) OF THE ARMED SERVICES: VA-86. 86 came 63 through- VA with 44, 43 a 20

point victory over VA-44 last
week in the Intramural Basketball

.. .. competition. The 86 team had a
.,"':: ..:'f;:'.. ;." : rough time keeping possessionof
r t4 .... ...'. :. .... ... ... ..... .. the ball during the first half,
but once they got a hold of it,
kept it and streaked home to vic
tory. Bill Gashler was the high
point scorer for the VA-86 team
with 13 points. Otis McGeewas
second with 9.

VA 64, 73 Admin 43

Bad ball handling and lack of
height kept the Admin. team behind -

: .' ,." ... ., in the VA-64/Admln. game.It .
.A > .... :. ,' was a little rough the first
r half but at the end of the half,
\! the score was 28-26, VA-64.
& > #" :; t Admin looked as though they
<<-. . "<.;. .. might have a chance to go some
( "' ; where.
The second half proved to be
/ +4". i ,o-.ikk. s ,,prS worse than the first. VA-64"1
took a substantial lead and the
Admin team could not catch up..
... Coach Wayne Banlet said, "The
:::: t team should improve as the sea-
: son progresses)
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November 22. 1967

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BY Skip Fairfield

I r.
Capt. William V.Qiappell.Jr., Captain Chappell, commanderof -
better known to FloridIans as NARTU's Naval Reset ve Staff !'. ., ,. ..... otI"' .. __
Representative Chappell received i- 74, was voted by his fellow con-
notewonhy honors Friday amid gressmen as the most valuable
day ceremony: at the Robert and effective member and
Meyer Hotel in Jacksonville. debater in the Florida House of
Representatives. The award
was presented i at the 12th annual

Allen Morris Awards Luncheon,
sponsored by the Duval County
Kiwanis Clubs, and the Florida
Iy 3 DAYS Publishing Company.The .
2 NIGHTS / presentation was one of
10 awarded to distinguished Flo- e x"R {;

soo t rida legislators at the luncheon. ,
PER Secretary of State Tom Adams
described the award as the most
coveted honor in the field of pub-

CHILDREN FREE The award read in part: "The
members of the Legislature of the
State of Florida for 1967 by

their secret ballot in a poll
yr Mhowlaoe
conducted by the Florida Times
I Union and Jacksonville Journal,
have chosen the Honorable

l William V. Chappell, Jr. Most
Effective/Valuable All Round tiY')
Member of the House and Most
Effective in Deb a te in the House.**
d ;- Originated in 1945 by Allen Mor-
I ris, this award is presented in
recognition of meritorious service '
to the people of Florida. l 4
o8ie Captain Chappell remarked on t"J
the award: "I am deeply grate-
ful for the honor of this award '
DqtonaQUALITY 8ekea and the thoughtfulness of those
who have sponsored
Publishing r 4t }
tation The Florida :
Company, the Kiwanis Club of
Duval County,and Mr.Allen Mor-
ris. I appreciate the kind con-
siderstion, under standing and
tolerance of the membersof
the Florida House of Repre-
sentatives in their selection."I .
NORTH BEACH commend each of them for
their dedicated service to the
tlJcrJulri./IkkrJ/ kxf nive. lootHere's people of Florida. I will always Y i.

this beautiful with ,,
display plaque ;};
your chance to live a lot, fora ,
a pride and inspiration. ?'Ae}.72fMp ;
little. Get away and enJoy;' .
110 luxury motel rooms, kitchen Captain Chappell has served %r.r*:.xbrx2i. .
ettes, suites Oceanside Patio the counties of Marion and Al- .,
Pool .. Cable TV Private Patios achua continusouly for nearly Z Nx a.dr .
Children's Playground Game 12 He also w.R;<} ;
years. was Speakerof 2
# o w:+% y ?$}# a3x.i YV\ C'.
Room Golf Privileges at Private the House in 1961. ;,t a ; r io22

Club and... Captain Chappell held many '
command positions in the Naval -
Plan Mixe.
Family .. Air Reserve and presently
attends drill week ends at
Make it a real "family get away" NARTU Jax. He has been with
weekend, all children are free when the unit since its commissioning '
sharing parent's accommodations at in September 1946.

Quality Courts North. $1.00 per child ******** ijnited fares well.
for breakfast on Special "weekend" you
package plan. NARTU was host Saturday to
CLIP COUPON AND MAIL TODAY FOR approximately 70 explorer scouts
1MORE INFORMATION AND BROCHURE and leaders for orientation
...................I. an
flight in a C 118 aircraft.
QUALITY COUNTS ::; The scouts were from the ;.{'1"

MOTEL(67 s. ATLANTIC NORTH AVC.BEACH 2J-. North Florida Council of the ray.. Twice For.years you've been able to fly ';<".
ORMONO BEACH, FLA. OEPT Q Scouts of America, which rep-
PH. (904)) 677-Bill NO. standby on United for just one-half I i.,
resents 15 countries here in the .
state. the.regular Coach fare. You still can. t '..
NAME This was part of the confer- Now we've introduced another fare, ''

ADDRESS ence of Explorer Scouts held a- perfect for those times you need to 1 .
board the Naval Air Station over
CITY STATE the week end. fly somewhere in a hurry and can't

take the chance of missing a certain

flight as a standby.It .

ExAm"t gives you a reserved Coach seat

\\lOOK jYouh kto"F LOANS ., for just two-thirds the regular fare. ..

t" ;' It's good to anywhere United flies,

: almost anytime want to fly there.
!r S2J,00a.rr you ',:'
1AG Both fares are available to servicemen -
mAp 9 p.rodfr.p f o. Ame and women in U.S. uniform, with
oo Po b''.
DD Form 1580 or official leave papers.
BEFORE Next time you travel, call United.

Whether you fly standby (and save. .

Check. compare. know what you pay! .;'., one-half: ), or make a reservationand '
Then loan the BENEFICIAL ..
get your way ., '
Get up to $600 take up to 24 months to ( save one-third), Jy
C ASH repay! Just phone get cash in 1-visit to !' you're bound to fare eI V .
the office. or drop in today! fI r: : well on United. the 4r.

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t Page, 12 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER November 22, 1967

t.I t.I VAP-62 Finishes 2nd Menu SjBflfl WhsGainesville :A

I, In East Coast Tourney Mitch
The MAD Pistol Team shot
its way to the top at the Gaines(
I Hors blasted, fans cheered at 4:15 ville 1800 pistol match Nov. I
and signs were hoisted as a proud VAP 62 meets COMFAIR-
, VAP 62 (d returnedto JAX and FAETU takes on NAR- 12.John K. Maurer was the win
4" ta NAS Jax Fray afternoon TU. Tuesday afternoon the win ner of the .22 caliber match
after a month's road trip. ner's of Monday's contest will with a score of 874 out of a
While on the road trip,the pho- meet while the other two squad's possible 900 points. OrsonE.
tomen captured the AIRLANT clash in the loser's bracket. The Wolf came in secondin
,' championship at Norfolk, Va,; teams will be trying for pointsin the Marksman class by fir-
: ,,, .J won the Sixth Naval District the station's Iron Man trophy ing a 715,and Ronald J.Chris ';
I __ : crown at Memphis, Tenn.; and competition and the chance to tiansen fired a 704 capture
or. ';.f\ ., ',',v ),,... .,:;,:,<' ,,4' ; :' took the runner up spot in the represent the air station in Jacksonville the third spot in that class. ';
__ ". '.'. ';' : <<"" -- East Coast Invitational Tourney intermural play begin- In the .45 caliber match ;
:..........,:.. <; 'I. .....
... i .'f: at Naval Station Little Creel ning Nov. 29. Maurer again walked away
'. Va.Team The intermural affair will feature with top honors by firing a
Receiving Plaque Team mates look on as YAP 62 quarter captain and veteran teams from Mayport, Cecil score of 869 out of 900 points.
back, Don Jackson, and son Mike hold the East Coast Invitational quarterback, Don Jackson, exclaimed Field, NATTC and NAS Jax. Christiansen moved up one
"Although we were beaten The Marine Barracks at Cecil position in his class by shoot-
runner up plaque presented by Cdr. F. E. Coleman, in the showdown game at Little Field, USS Ault from Mayport ing a 676.Maurer.

YAP 62 skipper. ., i Creek, ,we, chalked..J.1p..ra.coose- and the Marine Aviation Detachment earned the grand
I cutive victories In the process at NATTC are the three aggregate award with his totalof 1
. Fliers Blast Glynco and it took the whole East coastto teams already picked from other 1743 out of 1800 points.
finally put us down." local facilities. The team winning Christiansen took first place
i': Twice in Loop Action In their opening'game in the the NAS Jax intramural marksmen in the grand aggregate -
East Coast Invitational tourney, play off will represent the air with a score of 1380.
the Photomen downed COMSIX ..station.S..r'.
The station's Flier basketball 88-64 victory. Fleet Weather 48 13, Nov. 14. Then the .inext
squad traveled to Georgia last Facility's Steve Miller scored evening Navy Jax was knocked Generally regarded as the most
': weekend to win two straight from 14 from his guard position while off by COMFIVE 26 20. The nightmarish course for golfers
., NAS Glynco 88 64 and 86 Cliff Ormbsy and Larry Mc- sameeveningthe VAP 62 squad Pine Valley course, New Jerseywas
68. Conley, both from VW-4, added bounced right back to roll over built in 1912.
: The wins the Fliers
gives a COMNINE 27.7.
16 and 11 points respectivelyto
. 2-1 record after a 88 59 the Flier effort. VP 7's The next night, Nov. 16, the Yoer GIANT SWAP MEET
. drubbing at the hands of St.
Navy Jax squad stopped COM
Chuck Owens counted for 10.
Johns Jr. River College Nov. FIVE
33 18.
In Saturday's game, Miller Fliers I Bring your furnitureand
10.Supply's scored 23, Ormbsy shot for 14 In the showdown game with misc. items to sell
Chuck led the
t Bryson and McConley added 8 points for COMFIVE Pat Winahan. Mike' 2 Blandina Drive-Theatre ,
both 7:30 Friday Night Gym!
Flier, attack in victories ..
.' the second Flier win over Glynco. Riddle, Bob Cochran and J. L. Every Sat. 7 A.M. 6 PM
at Glyuco. He. scored 29 points The Fliers fast break tactics Jenkins scored TD's for the Pho Sun 1 P.M. 6 P.M.
,. in Friday's contest and 38 the 768-7058 or 768-4193
; paid off in the first contest as tomen, but it was not enough to
. following afternoon. get by COMFIVE as the final
20 1 lead over
they ran up a
". Four other Fliers reached
the six 'min score came out 26 25.
Glynco opening
the double figures Friday in the Meanwhile in the intramural

':...'. utes.Coach Odis Richardson praised action FAETU has captured top
as Owens and Miller as Flier stand- spot in the American League
.... the Georgia and VAP 62 will wear the Na-
FURNITURE outs at games.
The Fliers met Florida tional League colors for the local
I't VALUES'' Memorial College at St. Augustine station playoffs.The .
last night and they make their intramural playoffs will
.4 WHOLESALE home court debut Friday night ina pit the first team in the American -
PRICE 7:30 p.m. tilt against Jacksonville's League against the second
1T Edward Waters Collegeat finisher in the National League,
. the NAS Gym Bldg. 3. and the top squad in the National
. !
\ OPEN Ft. Stewart, Ga. will host the circuit against the AL's num-
EVERYDAY Filers Dec. 1. ber two squad Monday afternoon


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