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: December 7, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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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 /t
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. ';r


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TONGa LIB. b8VIJ.ju3T. Bills Receive Senate .
t: Pay Okay,

Await, Final Committee ActionThe J
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United States Senate gave fetors computed that a 5.6 scales similar to those currently .
its approval of both the militaryand per cent military raise, added In effect for' civilians. Actionson
civilian pay bills last week with subsistence and quarters allowances the current proposals for a ,
and sent the proposals to a 1 louse- would equal the six per three stage pay hike or the
Senate committee toworkoutdif- cent civilian Increase In their military package pay plan must
ferences before the legislation still await Congressional ap-
can become law with the Presi- pay.A plan to give the country's proval.The .
I II 'N4 dent's signature. military men a raise at the 5.6 military boost and the
J %! ; : Although the law makers didn't same time as civilian workers civilian pay hike for this year
,;;.... complete action on the pay hikesIn would mean a 6.2 per cent raise are expected to become law within t
i Ra time fora "Christmas bonus" next year and 10.3 pay hike in the near future. There was no ",
for three million servicemen and 1969 for the uniformed services word on the current actions of the
two million civilian employees, However, there have been some House Senate pay committee 1
[ : both raises will 'remain retro- proposals to wrap military pay. discussions at Jax Air News'
active to Oct. 1. Including allowances, into pay deadline Tuesday. .
.. of the civi- _w. _...... ')
r The Senate version
i r ra a lian pay boost granted a 4.5per:
IML cent hike for civil servicewhite- I !
..-. collar employees and a six per r News in Brief 'l'
cent raise for postal: workers.
Additional pay raises would be 1
f nt y authorized in 1968 and 1969 to Christmas Trees Go on Sale ,:

equal possible wage Increases Christmas trees will go on sale Tuesday at 9 a.m.. at Macroth <
by workers in private industry.The Field at the corner of Mustin Rd. and Saratoga Ave. t
retroactive military bill According to Lt. (jg) D. E, Spencer,assistant, Navy ExcharIZC t
[ was given an 83 0 approval by officer more than 4,000 trees will be available and range in size (,
the country's senators. Legis- from three to 10 feet.Beaches.

5 PronotiM herd Choral Society Performs Dec. 10 ',

... of NAS .*. *
# "!It!<<.The. commanding officer Jax present"'Christros v
)-.. eii .ct .MeaiLitlon'fri'vsoog'} 'at' tlte''Af'Saiat\ Chapel ,7:30:'pmDec10: : : "' '" ". **
The Beaches Choral Society, directed by Barnes E. Sale Jr. will
,. launch the Christmas music program with selections from Handel's
Staff, LI.. 0-3 "The Messiah" and other 'religious music., The Christmas Choral
presentation is based on the service which is held annually at Kings
f Navy Secretary Charles F. College chapel Cambridge, England
'Baird has announced that the All Military and civilian personnel of NAS, their families and \
New plant is ready for Saturday's ceremony. line lieutenant selection boardIs friends are invited to attend. \
now In session to consider Bus Schedule ChangesA
accelerated promotions.All .
Congressman Speaks line lieutenants (junior deletion In the NAS Jax bus schedule Is,now In effect. The station
grade) with dates of rank of July bus will no longer make runs Saturday and Sundays between 11 -
2, 1966 through Jan. 1, 1967 11:30 a.m. or 6:30 7:30 p.m., according to Lt. (jg) E. H. Boone, >
S DedicationCeremonies for accelerated promotion to the officer in charge of transportation. Anyone anticipating difficulties a ain .
/ Hospital grade of lieutenant will be con- this deletion contact the NAS Executive Officer. Ext. 2336. <
sidered the board.
dedicating >the new replacement Naval Hospital at All lieutenants by junior grade Medical Safety Council Meets Today i{

NAS Jax will be held'Saturday afternoon at 2:30. previously eligible as of Sept- A 20 member medical committee, headed by Capt. R. D. Nau- "
Representative Charles Bennett, a senior member of the House ember 21, 1967 will also be eli- man, commanding officer of NAS .1'ax Medical and a 15 member
Armed Services Committe will deliver the dedicatory address gible for consideration. aviation safety council will hold a meeting this morning; at the NAS
before military and civilian dignitaries from Washington D. C. Staff Corps officers whose run- Dispensary. .
and the Jacksonville area. ning mates are eligible will also The representatives on both the medical committee and aviation
The new facility will provide complete medical and dental care be eligible for consideration by safety council from six different southern naval commands will t
for active and retired military personnel and their dependents of the appropriate Staff Corps sel- discuss the various facets of aviation safety and accident communi- .
metropolitan Jacksonville as well as Mayport Cecil Field and Glynco, ection board.Reporting. cations.
;:. Ga. seniors must insure Drive Safe Lectures Scheduled {
The dedication ceremony will be Immediately followed by an open submission of latest regular A pre holiday "Drive Safe" lecture and' film program,will ?
house in the staff dining room. fitness report and annual physical be presented each day, Monday through Friday, during the week ;:
Guided tours of the new eight story hospital will be given Sunday 'examination reports for all eli- of Dec. 11 at 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. In the NAS Theatre, Bldg. {

afternoon from 1 to 4. gible officers. 612. ..i, .*. f J

I Welcome Home VP-5 Mad Foxes, VA-176 Thunderbolts u ;1;

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Jax based squadrons home .'" '
y. this week after deployments on

,uw, opposite sides of the earth. .' Aty'
w .t Eighteen AEl Skyralders
{ ; < streaked across the sky information hry< &w -
over the air station Tuesday t tc
afternoon and then one by one ,
4 landed methodically as the VA- y*
c ..5A 176 Thunderbolts returned homeIn ."", ; -t.."';'. ..... .. \
time for the holidays.VA -
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176 the last East Coast
squadron to fly the Skyralder,
had been deployed for seven.
ae months. In. the .ffedlterraneaiu ',.
t Two days earlier, oil Sunday iS -r'r"! j'
,dependents and friends -
gathered at VP 5 as the last .
P3A. Orion touched down with a : ;r

crew of Mad Foxes who were returning i _.'.. :
from a six-month deployment ,of. ',6'. {
In the Pacific. (
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While In the Pacific,Mad Fox IL-............ ": planes and crews operated from
Thunderbolt Lt. Dave Eberle is welcomed home by son. Louie, Japan Okinawa and Thailand.See Mad Fox air crewman Steve Markham got to see his son.JImmle,
Mrs. Eberle and daughter Laura (in arms) and Llza Tuesday ( feature story on Mad for the first time Sunday after returning with VP5. Mrs. Markham ;

afternoon. Foxes on Page 10.) .looks, on.. . . .

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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER December 7, 1967

We Took the Oath I I 'I :: .. I

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Whether we Joined the Navy three months or 30 years ago we
each raised our right hand and said, "I do solemnly swear thatI I
will support and defend the Constitution of the United States St. Edward's Chapel9a.m..

against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true and 11 a.m. I
faith aiiu allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders Daily Mass 11:30 a.m. r r .
of the President of the United States and the orders of the officers Saturday Mass 9 a.m. I
the and the Uniformed Confessions (Saturday)5 p.m.
appointed over me, according to regulations
Code of Military Justice. So help me God." 5:30 p.m. i\ 1
Millions of Americans have uttered those words before donningone 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m.U. .

of their country's military uniforms. In doing so, we not only S. Naval Hospital 3 Tt
obligate ourselves to defend our country, but have pledged our per- Sunday Mass ---8 a.m. 4 4t

sonal domestic.word to"defend the United States against all enemies, "foreignand All Saints' Chapel .:: 9 'l'

Divine Service =10 a.m.
Mental War Sunday School - 9a.m. I

Battles are not always fought with guns or other weapons designedto Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722. t : \ ';
kill. ,Today, the fight for men's minds is being waged as aggressively Junior Church10, ,
as any skirmish on the battlefield. The weapons of this Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722 ,

war are often the clever words of the brainwasher. His victoryIs
often. more complete and his reward Is to see his enemy's military Tuesday
Junior Choir -, -
effort weaken. This latter of war has caused a great deal -4p.m.
type '
Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722 Checks Records-AOI Francis Joseph Caisse insures that
of con within the Navy, and Adm. Thomas H. Moorer, chief of '
Naval Operations, has expressed his views on'the subject: I. date cards in magazine files are uptodate.Qrdnanceman I
CNO's ThoughtsIn Senior Choir Rehearsal
. . -7:30 p.m. Selected
a message to all Navy commands on the loyality and allegianceof
Naval personnel, Admiral Moorer stated, "Our country is engaged -
. in amost significant national effort in support of the Republicof Thursday
South Vietnam against the current aggression. In the U. S. Young Adult Club -7 p.m. November Serviecman
and abroad there 'who Christian Science Service
are groups functioning under various slogans
. . .
are actively engaged in efforts to subvert the loyalty, allegianceand p.m. ,
morale of members of the U. S.Armed Forces, and to otherwise Chapel Center, Bldg. 751 AOl Frances Joseph Caisse Receives NominationThe
obstruct our military operations. U.S. Naval Hospital has been named as the Ser-
Sunday bervice 10 a.m. viceman of the Month for November
Shows Concern letter of nomination by Lt.
at ceremonies in the commanding R. Bohnstengel of the Weapons
"There are also some bona fide pacifist groups lathe, U. S. who officer's office. .Department stated:
are attempting to exercise their right to effect a change of govern- Traffic This nomination Is premisedupon "Caisse's professional per-
ment policy by'constitutional means in winning over majority the important mission assigned formance is beyond reproach. He
of the electorate to their view. Thus, it is difficult for the average to the nominee's divi- strives constantly to improve
members of the armed services to be able to distinguish between sion, the responsibilities Invested himself, which is shown by his
legitimate political minority group actions and subversive pro- ViolationsThe in his billet and by his attaining first class aviation ord
paganda aimed at weakening the military effort. I am concerned performance of duty.Various nanceman In a period of less than
lest naval personnel be duped by subversive groups taking advantage DutiesAs nine years.
of this situation and be led to erroneous conclusions." following Is a report of "He studies continously to im-
Admiral Moorer Is trying to tell all Navymen to be aware of their motor vehicle accidents and traf- an avaition ordnanceman prove his professional perform-
responsibilities as sworn to upon entering the service. He pointsout fic violations for the period Nov. working in the Ammunition and ance.Caisse is always first on the
that subversive groups are seeking defectors for propaganda 28 through Dec. 4. Explosives 'Office of the Weapons job, planning the day's work
purposes and really have no interest In the Individual. The individual Number of Accidents Department, Caisse's duties include where all men haan equal
defector is abandoned when he loses his propaganda value. This Week - - -11 : share.
Total Accidents this year throuWI'Dec. Supervising in "He
Broken Oath personnel sets a personal examplefor
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the upkeep' of magazines, hand, all his men and by doing so
Deserters turn their back on America and break their personaloath Number of Accidents throughDec. ling spaces and the division train has made a marked Improvement -
to defend! the Constitution. Often the thought of Imprisonment 4, 1966 - 336 ing program; insuring that, assigned In his division as a whole.
at hard labor and a dishonorable discharge never enter the Total number of days since last 'ordnance handling equipment Ills military appearance' is
passion filled minds of the, injury In a motor vehicle accident '
young. 'Is. : tested and of the highest standards '
: operated, always' ,
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We, as servicemen and women have sworn to uphold the Qn- - -12 maintained in accordance with setting an example for all Navy
stitution. We* as Americans have a great responsibilitythe job Number of ViolationsThis existing instruction; and postingand men."
of defending world freedom. As American citizens we have the rightof Week '- ...' -37 enforcing applicable safety Petty Officer Caisse lives with
dissent, but we also have the job of protecting the democratic Speeding - -. - -8 precautions. his wife, Alice, and three child-

ballot. Reckless Driving ------1 He instructs subordinatesIn ren at 5861 Oak Lane, Jackson--
Vietnam Struggle Going through Stop Sign -2
the proper method of handling ville. ,
Other Violations -- - -26
ammunition; he plans loading,unloading For his accomplishment, AOl
While we may be puzzled about the current arguments over Thirty drivers appeared before and stowage'of munitionsand Caisse was awarded a $50 check
Vietnam, we should never waiver in our responsibilities as the Traffic Hearing Board at the explosives,and conducts con- by NAS Jax and a free trip to St.
members of the Armed services in support of America. meeting held on Tuesday. Dis- tinual inventory of munitions and Augustine for he and his family
Desertion can only end In contempt by both the responsibile position of the cases Included the associated material. sponsored by the USO
American, and eventually those who are currently attemptingto following: Nine lost driving and

change government policy.It parking privileges aboard station .
might be wise for a potential deserter to wonder about the for various periods; 16wereas- Tax Free Bonds AvailableCongressional .
answer to these questions: If I desert and return to America after signed to complete an eight hour ; r.
the war will I be welcomed as "the serviceman who turned his course in remedial driving at .,
back on his country because believed In something?" The chancesare NATTC; Three received sus- and presidential success' and" tax free money can : .*. '
the deserter' will only be remembered as ,"deserter" and his pensions; Five were given warn approval of pay raises for both be saved through the "Savings .1
high Ideals will only earn him the label of Communist." ings; Seven were dismissed; 11 military and civilian employeeswill Bonds for Education" program. ,
were fined (Commissioner). mean bigger pay checks.It Anhur A. Slocumb, NAS public \i
Defecters Return Eighteen drivers were assessed also offers an excellent op- affairs officer and newlyappoint-r. : ; '.
How many Americans remember those few men who defected 49 points. portunity to accumulate Savings ed bond officer outlined the new :'-=:\;
during the Korean conflict as men who followed their beliefs? Bonds and Freedom Shares program which will allow parents ji:;:f,:' '
All the Korean defectors are now back in American. They did not without cutting down the amountof to buy bonds tax free. i' Jl\.
return as the champions of "free thought." They returned with the current checks. Slocumb explained that the ,'./ "".
labels of "communist" and "defector". They've become obscurein The ease and convenience with bonds are bought In the child's %r "
American society and have lost the respect that comes with being Buy which Savings Bonds can be pur- name, either alone or' with a : :'W'
able to say without reservation, "I am an American. chased makes for a sound and parent named beneficiary. The ".
practical savings program, especially Income tax liability can usually ,
Our Money's Worth? if the upcoming pay raise be shifted to the child by filing' .' :{":,
Bonds Is used to biiy bonds. a Federal return in his name at :?
the end of the first year of bond :&; to
Tax Free (
Money seems to be a major concern of every ne. Not only how to purchases, listing tlie.lncrease W%*
make and save money, but more Importantly, how to spend It wisely. Today, education Is the key to in bond value as Income to the -' ;*;I,,",:J:
Government, busirtess. Industry, organizations, families and individuals child.
are vitally concerned with getting the most for their dollar. Exemptions '1':if/:

Magazines and newspapers frequently publish articles on "How to As protection for the taxpayers 1::,;,..,
cut costs" and "How to get the most for your money." a copy of the ,initial return, ,".s:
Tax Dollar AX AIR NEWS establishing the intent, should be ,"' ,.

retained for possible proof in ':.:'"
The Department of Defense and the various armed services are later years that: the interest has "",:" ,"

nd different. They, too, want to cut costs and get the most for their The lAX I AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper been reported. "
dollar, or rather, the taxpayers'dollar. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, The station bond officer pointed : :I
The Department of Defense and the individual services have pro- Jacksonville, Florida by the Molt Publishing Company out that the, "initial return established .
grams to cut spending and waste and to Insure maximum economyand a private firm All Copy submitted for use in AIR the Intent, and no fur-
efficiency.But NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box ther returns peed be filed as
what does this have to do with you? Why should you worry 2. NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before. pub long as the child's total annual
about government spending? lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone income Is lesJ:that $600. "No
772 3118 or 3119. -
You should be concerned because It's our money that Is being nt. tax;..will ,be due If the bond.in-
More than half of every dollar you pay In taxes is spent on our defense Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries terest, plus otherincome, comesto
establishment in one way or another. concerning such should be directed to: less than $900 ( $GOO personal
Your Money exemption, plus! $300 standard
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. deduction.)

Now, what can you do to help save your money and how much Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 Assuming that the child never
difference does It really make? Whether you are in an adminis- exceeds this $900 Income figurein
trative field, a mechanic, vehicle operator orwhateveryou can treat any year, the total interest
the material, tools and equipment you use as if you were paying VOL. 25 NO. 37 DECEMBER 7, 1967 accurals on his bonds will be tax
for them out of your pocket. Use them wisely, treat them carefully free when he cashes them for his
and: eliminate all unnecessary waste. (AFNB) education, : \



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.December ?, 1967
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usa Holds Annual Pal Day' Saturday I

America's oldest city.St. Augustine servicemen in uniform and their generating the enthusiasm and
9 will be busy this week families and dates free are: cooperation of local merchants
end as thousands of servicemen, Marineland of Florida, Ripley and"citizens, USO Pal Day was .
-their, families and guests see the Museum, Lightner Municipal inaugurated 12 years ago..
:t lights of the city. Museum of Hobbles, Old Jail, While Pal Day and various
.v St. Augustine's USO Council, St. Augustine Alligator Farm, similar programs are celebratedby
.and St. Johns County USO Council Old Spanish Inn, Gatorland Alligator USO clubs in many partsof
have arranged a free luncheon Farm, Oldest Wooden the globe, the popularity of
A' which will be served at the Elks School House, Oldest House, La the St. Augustine event has madeIt / __
'I .:\ Club at 20 A\enida Menedez between Leche Shrine, Old Sugar Mill, the largest program of its
""i noon and 3 p.m. Museum of Yesterday's Toys, kind in the world.
", Military personnel must be in Fountain of Youth, Old Store Ample parking places will be
uniform to participate in this pro- Museum, Zorayda Castle, Casa provided free at the Chamber of : 14t
gram. Dependents of servicemen Gallegos, Ribera House, Salcedo Commerce Tourist Center park-
of ing lot and the buses for Marine-
deployed overseas,or having House, Arrivas House, Plaza
duty, may take advantage of the the Hispania Gardens, Casa Del land and also the trailer trains
Pal Day activities by showing Hidalgo, Old Spanish Treasury, will leave from there.
their I.D. cards. Gun Shop and Museum, and the Free RefreshmentsFree ,
Free Rides Florida National Guard State Ar-
.j : : senal which has outstanding mil refreshments will also be '
Sightseeing trains will be giv- .
the USO Club the -
served In
at --
itary history. -
ing free rides throughout the day _
'. to military men and their Free buses will leave the Tour- Lightner Municipal Museum
families. There will be no limit ist Center for Marineland. Building (Cordova Street En-
trance) from 6 to 8 p.m.
on the number rides.
J Added FeatureAn Mrs. C. A. Shields, of the USO
The USO Lounge in the Lighter added feature this year will Council who for many years has
Museum Building will be the be the visit of the U.S. Coast been a USO Pal Day worker is 1
center of activity with an inform- Guard Cutter Point Roberts. The the honorary chairman for this
ation center and a, place to rest cutter will be moored at the city year. USO Special Events Chairman -
between sightseeing trips. docks and will be open for inspection Adolph Guidi is the chairmanfor IIt
the between the second year. City Commissioner ,
Managers of attractions and to public
Gutterman is I IC .1.
8 a.m. and 4 Harry
historic 'sites in the city are cooperating p.m.
of the USO Council of
in order to admit ser- Through the efforts of Salva- president y yi
; vicemen in uniform and their, tion Army Brigadier Emil Miller, St. Augustine. and St. Johns $ d 5v
I families. USO executive director, in the County.
The attractions that will admit St. Augustine-Jacksonville area ,
; "' 'P""! H;: i. ;-" ; H:' i' !t-k. Depart NAS Barracks "D"at
:, ,'''','''',.if "tI\\fiii\ tfqk""'' ',,(' > '$:> 9 a.m.Depart ,
'W i "tf; NATTC Bldg. 500 at
9:15 a.m.
f Return trips scheduled for
,, 4 p.m. unless enough pas-
sengers are available for full
: load earlier.
I 4fh Room for 222 personnel in
Ii i uniforms onbuses is planned.

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1 St. Augustine USO Pal Day leaders discuss Saturday's pro-
gram. (L to R) Chairman Adolph Guidi; Mrs. C.A. Shields, lion-
; oray chairman, USO Council I President and St. Augustine City most!
J Commissioner Harry Gutterman; and USO Executive Director V
Brigadier Emil Miller.
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Service Men Welcome

i '/ price admission any time !

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: The upper cast wing of WAVES Barracks REPAIRS: Public works repaired the damagesto RETURNING: The 60 occupants of the barracks
710 was damaged in a fire Nov. 14. More than 60 the WAVES Barracks in less than three packed again and returned to the repaired barracks
occupants of the barracks moved out the same day weeks. Walls, ceilings and tile floors were Nov. 30. PH3 Patty Tucker, COMFAIRJAX, beginsthe
and were temporarily housedin the officers transient replaced and painted, and the barracks was day long procedure of carrying her gear back
barracks. ready for the girls to return. into Barracks 710.

ooooooooooooocooooc Madam Palm Navy, Marine E-9's Retire in Ceremonies Here J

Reader and Advisor Sit. Me). J.MS Retires it M.riia lirucks Chief! Smith Piped. Asters it Air Stati.. '

'Read Past, Present and Future Sgt. Maj. Howard K. Jones A native of Norrestown, Pa., Master Chief Personnelman and was assigned' as lead ing chief
"Bring your problems to was transferred to the Marine Sergeant Jones plans on makinghis Edward M. Smith, leading chief of the Personnel Division in 1964,-
Today MADAM and be PALM rid of them Fleet Reserve during retirement home in Jacksonville, N. C., of NAS Military Personnel Office and leading chief of the Adminis-
TOMORROW!! ceremonies at the Marine Bar- where he also plans! on going into ended a 21 year Navy car- tration Department earlier this
racks Nov. 30. civil service work at Camp Le eer Monday when he was trans- year.
6505 Beach Blvd. Stationed here for two years, Jeune.A ferred to the fleet reserve: duringan
Jacksonville, Fla. he was assigned as sergeant major veteran of the Korean conflict administration personnel inspection y
of the Marine Barracks as Sergeant Jones wore a number sO1
7251"7 direct representative of the commanding of awards including the Capt. Martin J. Stack, commanding -
officer. Bronze Star, five PresidentialUnit officer,presented Chief
Citations and the National Smith with a fleet reserve certificate 2 N GHTS .'
Defense Medal. following the chief's Inspection -
Come Clean Today!! He served at a number .of of the troops. $ 00 c-s
state side and overseas bases, Chief Smith has been recognized PER
including Qiuntioo Va., Camp throughout the Jacksonville
t Self Service 250 Penndleton, Calif., Camp Le area for his supervision a number -
Jeune and Parris Island j S. C. of needy family projects. INCLUDING BREAKFAST
He served with the first Marine He enlisted in the Navy in May CHILDREN FREE #
Automatic 750r
Division while in Korea.At 1945.! Since then he has been
,ivu your c ,ir the conclusion of the cere- stationed on the USS Albany, USS
monies he received a shotgun Liddle, USS Rockwall,USS Rand
OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAYORANGE e behalf of the Marines and the USS
.YrV .." '........ ,. f. : WM,. '.'. ,,.w.Y k.?b......,.,.,..vY presented the on barracks. olph o Before Yellowstone. k .
reporting S ..,
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I 4I W. cv them the VW 16 point Safety and Performance Inspect
ion. Then we' tuned up. UcMened, end replaced everything that QUALITYCOURTS
CASH? needed it. And guaranteed them 1007.for the repair or replacementof
all major mechanical part.ror 30 day. or 1000 mllea. Comeon
" In and double check.

V 67 MUSTANG 2 .DR. HT AT . . . .$2395 BEACH

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ettes suites Oceanside Patio
up to $600. $50 cost only $1.50 63 FAIRLANE "500" 4 Dr, Loaded! ..J.. .... .. .. .$995 .. Pool Cable TV Private PatiosChildren's
Playground Game
' for 30 days. On a loan of $500.55 63 MERCURY METEOR 4Dr A/C . : .;. .. $995 Room Golf Privileges at Private
Club and.,.
repay only $29 per month.We 66 VW ._ .. r $1!895
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when first,then you need stop by money.to complete Phone C..h G.t You r.m"t Mo.shly 63 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe, A/C. .\ '. $1275 weekend sharing parent's all children accommodations are free when at

your like us.loan.We're Try the us most- you'll helpful 101.02 >$i 6.00.. 62 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe ., . . .$995 Quality Courts North. $1.00'per child

loan people you'll find 202.05 12.00 63 VW Stat Wag_. . . . . . $895 for breakfast plan.on" Special "weekend"pacbge
anywhere. 216.23 17.00
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I: I I[ : Civil Service News : ::1 1 j oi

'I 41 ReceiveThe Merit Promotion HikesFreeman .J

followtngNASJacksonville\ general foreman (air- ford, secretary (stenography)
employees have been promotedIn frames mechanic)!; Berry W. GS 5.
Aft's accordance with the station's Dodson general foreman (air- Administration DepartmentJoan
merit promotion program. frames mechanic) I; and EalonV.
I Clenney, foreman (leading- K. Schneider, mail and
Naval Air Rework man) aircraft metalsmith. file clerk (typing) GS 4.

Owen L. Nelson engineering Public Works Navy Finance Office
draftsman GS 4; Richard K.
Gross, engineering draftsman Eli A. Vickas, automotive e- James H. Geralds military pay
GS 9; Kingston G. Wolf air- quipment operator; Richard DI- clerk. GS -5.

craft quality control specialist giandomenico, maintenance Data ProcessingLyle
GS 9; Curtiss G. -Quarrier.bud scheduler; John H. Bannister
et and accounting officer, laborer; Garland D. Presson F. Cobientz, EAM supervisor -
1 GS 13: ; Lawrence P. Duck foreman (leadingman) pipefitter GS 5; Frank P.Walker -
aircraft.quality control specialist and Barabara F. Davidsonhousing Jr., EAM supervisor, GS 4;
GS 9i; John T. Morris/ project manager, GS -' 7. ,and.Joan K. Latham, peripheral '
TICKETS--!. Austin, L. Duncan, F. Linder, members and R. Jr., industrialengineeerGS-ll; computer' equipment operator,
Gray, chairman of the Civilian Employee Recreation and Wel- Harry M. Bailey, aircraft exam- Security Department GS-4,

fare Association, sort tickets to be distributed, today to civilian iner (electronics mechanic)*, Ro- Thomas N. Trudeau, firefighter Supply Department
employees. bert J. Coughlin, inspector (A/C (General.GS) 4; and Mich-
electronics system); Joseph J. ael J. Sweller Jr., firefighter Binion B. Williams, supply
Welfare Association Summers Jr., inspector (A/C (general), GS 4. clerkGS 3; Gerald F. Hughes,
electronics system;) CarletonW. supply clerk, GS 3; Pauline
Bushman, assistant produc- Legal DepartmentBetty M. Adams, supply clerk GS3;
Treats DinersThe tion controlman (instrument C. Robinson, clerk Betty N. Cadenhead supply
Holiday mechanic electronics); WilliamW. stenographer, GS 5. clerk GS 3;. Wilbert E. Mc-

Cornbusch aerospace engineering Fleet, Weather CaTthur, leader stockman and
distribution today of 5,268 ed this fall was made more technician (drafting); Wallace E. Smith supervisory
tickets bearing season's greet- available to employes with the GS 9i; Benton M. Underwood, George S. Holton supply clerk supply clerk GS 4,
ings to civilian employees capsan association paying half of the aerospace engineering techni- (typing), GS 4. ********
active year for the Civilian physician's fees. Over 820 inoculations cian (drafting), GS 9; Kenneth Fleet IntelligenceRobert When you give U. S. Savings
Employee Recreation and Welfare were given this yearto .L. Salisbury, aerospace engineering Bonds as Christmas gifts you'llbe
Association. The assdCia- employees.The technician (drafting); G. Parks, lithographer helping your loved ones and
tion this year began two new food and drink tickets now GS 9; Charles M. Spock, pressman; Glayds S. Luns- your country.
in addition to continuing being distributed are an effortto eltineeril1technl-
programs : aerospace \ ..
several aimed at benefitingthe reach more employees than cian (drafting) GS 9; Libya --- -
welfare and morale of em- was possible with the previous E. Boyette aerospace engineering -- 1-1\
ployees. The presentation of programs of sponsoring Thanksgiving technician (drafting -
watches 'to employees retiring and Christmas dinners. ) GS 9; Donald T. Roh- 5J
with 20 years service at the station The tickets will be valid through weller general foreman (air-
has been well received. December 29. These ticketscan frames mechanic) I; Jack R. "' \\ ga. 'MGSW.
The twice conducted influenza not be redeemed for cash. S ,,
immunization program sponsor- The Association has continued y-
sending floral remembrances .as 5 If 60ttO
JAX'S GREATEST an expression of sympathy and THESHAMROCK kI141 "
recognition of freindships form- .
FURNITUREVALUES' ed to the funerals of employee t\\OS10 1"Ea

who died while employed,at I 61t\ttG't, tiE .
this station. '
There who -SJ/j 3TFPPArr 'Ba ,
WHOLESALE are eight employees <
have been appointed Notaries; B ash gin t .

PRICE TO EVERYONE Public by the Governor. The &,=r San Juan bed to 6 P ,
etterI at :
association has paid the pre- at Niblick r\te a edging
miums for their bonds and the VI o Stall
:i 8 p'm
OPEN themII22iiaiitie 4sf rtntahnh: cfote:(
state commission fees so that I tt 1 ,' rooms let 22. 1961f ) b \ ,
EVERYDAY employees would have this GarJctI, T\p AparlmtliSu" / \
service immediately availableas ih I t'inim ("lul>
needed without cost. "O-irIH'hO: ; \
Another welfare project has Kitchens cqu.ppfJ' with Ci. LNances :: ,
l it '
been the presentation of tickets
A.r ('undrloriii
exchangeable for full meals to and In' G r.m; "
those employees who donate blood [)ilctmug FurnishedBall W' 1tt; '..-I: ; I''I- .
to the Station Blood Bank. rapes : :.. w..;=: w:' .' ..'
SURPLUS GOODS This= \ '0rall\ (arpti.nQ'; and "- "!\ 'i'" ; f' jI, "I
program enables employees and Large .Siftiiim.un! !IViM it :
their .ApndTheP; Jy. W/n.:
DISCOUNT STORE depdnents to obtain bloodin Phone 384.4406DON'T 3 ; _
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f ', "',,, Ends Year Era NARF ',.
P I 0 De ration Shift' 16 -. at -

. .

I A 16 year era has come to copters as they were introduced::::
an end here with the test flight Into the fleet and eventually ...
J' of the 2,123rd, helicopter to be came here for overhaul and re-
overhauled by the Naval Air Re- pair. Many Navy\' commands have
work Facility(NARF). called upon NARF's' "experts"when
:. r I, For the hundreds of skilled setting up their own overhaul -
: employees at the f a c t 11 1 i t y, it programs.
brings to an end the helicopter Supports Services -_
program and offers a new challenge -
1ZrZT.,':, 1;,<: % -- the Navy's\' latest jet Through the years NARF has ____
I; :. '( attack aircraft. done work for the Army, Air
''"' ,,", -, The facility will now concen- Force, Coast Guard, and National _
: trate on overhauling the reliableA4 Aeronautics and Space Administration $$4l$4lw
Skyhawk, the swift A5 Vigilante as well as for the
and the Navy's newest attack Navy. For example, in the .ttyr----.v_; t jtl'-, .
W14 jet, the A7 Corsair II. summer of 1965 NARF was I _' I''

Jet Work alerted to.prepare. 300 helicopters -
belonging to the Army's'

TRACES HELO Walter A. Sadowski of the NARF. Progressand Changing the aircraft program First Cavalry Air Mobile Division i '
J1'' from helicopters to jets here ispart \ for shipment to Vietnam.The .
Status section locates one of the last helicopters on shop of the Department of Defense 1 success of the First Cavalry -
: tracking chart. Each minature shows exact location of planes supported "Operation Division in combat is due,in part, INSTALLING DRIVE SHAFT (I r) J. C. Hoydie, L. V. Bur--
: within the various rework shops. Shift," which will centralize repair to the skilled .technicians at kett and A. D. Crews install the tail rotary 'drive shaft in a
-'. work nearer the principalusers NARF. H 34 helicopter pylon. ,.
of such aircraft. Jack- Other projects which have been
sonville will specialize In the rework carried out by the rework facility 1%,;: .
; of aircraft assigned to Atlantic include the overhaul and modi- ,

-*..__-. 'i' ...',_. Fleet aviation units,while fication of helicopters for the .. S_{ \
_______ the processthgoffighterarihe1i- Navy's' "Operation Deepfreeze"forces S '
copter will be located> at other rework in Anarctica. The near _
__ I Ii ,,,.ii.j j____ ______ activities. mechanical perfection of Deep- ---
i ''r freeze is another .
Ei rrr 20 Models helicopters accomplishment '- SW7 --
2 by the facility's ,
During the past 16 years over engineers and mechanics. It':
20 models of these aircraft have The work force at NARF pro-
__ ET" H 1 \ been overhauled at NARF. Helicopters cesses about 400 aircraft 2,400, _
_:__ =: \ have ranged in size from engines and 50,000, components, : _
-d \ the small Til ranging from clocks to aircraft ;
__ -.- to,..-".. \ two seat 13 ; S
-uupREMINISCEC.A. :i'' Sioux to the huge CH 37 Mojave wings each }year.' A 100 man
__ : T I1-1n J.. capable of carrying 35 segment of NARF is constantly
#p -_ armed Marines into combat. ready to dispatch trouble-shoot-
iI -: i2 Gnann and Capt. C.F. Foulders discussthe r :!: The skilled technicians at the ers, mechanics, planners or
various types of helos that have been overhauled by NARFin facility have traveled around the \whatever skill is needed to keep
the past.NEARLY I globe in support of the helicopter the Navy's aircraft flying "on
__ % program. Mechanics have station,"" from aircraft carriersat
-- ''J
.=. : worked in frigid d Iceland, introp-- sea or from air fields any-
i pical Puerto Rico and the junglesof where In the world.
Vietnam to keep helicopters Whether It be a mechanic atOu
2 tji? flying in support of the fleet. '' Lai, Vietnam, or an elec- ____ ____
____ ___ CHECKING BLADES .- Installing H 34 helicopter main rotary blades in the tronics specialists at his bench
-* ..'_ fr -i w whirl test tower for balancingare, Doug R. Riles and James Thomas.< ". "- I Started In.59 here,'the 3,500, civlllans flARE, PUMP REPAIR .- Three NARF "mechanics, replace hydraulic. .

LAST HELO .. LCdr. R. I. Ohl, rotary wing flight test officer 0'I ;,.,'':....:... ,j. :...." ,. .. When NARF began the r rotary- .are a contributing factor' to the pump seal on the transmission of; the SH ,3A Sea King. S
aircraft overhaul'program success of the Navy's air arm.
.. is with the last aircraft of the wing
pictured helicopter rework program w- in 1959, it was the first such The last helicopter of that
for NARF Jacksonville. i program designed to the specific program has flown from the

..'''' ........ .. .. ... .. ...... .... ....._.. .... .... ..... : .:. .... .... :.:....:.. .'" \ Support,, the. Fliers own a requirements Local supervisory of the helicopter.personnel r NARF employees flight line.at the The Naval hundredsof Air
Friday & Saturday. engineers and mechanics designed Rework Facility are now turning fRos.veit{ :: ; } CAR WASHOPEN
Join America's most popular club f Night ? equipment and methods of their energies and talents toward
NAS Jax Gym motorcycle reworking various types of hell- the demand of jet aircraft rework.
.' MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM-\ :5:30: PM
AA J 7:30: p.m. '
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I NATTC : Behind The Scene' r.r.1a NARTU News and views i

By Tom Raker ,

RAdm. Ernest E. Christensen, reviewing every department of S The Chief of Naval Air Reserve Allen, his wife Beverly and
of Naval Air Technical NATTC for existing I
Chief any : Traning CNARESTRA< ) their three children live in
Training (CNATECHTRA) arrived deficiencies, and making recommendations announced in a No22 messagethe Jack on\'Ule.
at NATTC Tuesday. With for corrections. $ 9 winner oftheNavyDay"Mark ********
the admiral re 24 officers, five Other training commands undergo -
; of a Man": essay: contest. NARTl' now has it's own radio
enlisted men and two civilian the same inspection. The AK3 Ralph[ Frisbee, ofNARTU's ;how.
employees. The group is at command with the most efficient
Supply Department, Sunday at 7:30 a.m. NARTU in
NATTC to conduct a command In- operation( receives an award Station
is the winner of the essay contest l'oopcration'ith Radio
spection. known as the CNATEQITRA Efficiency from the Naval Air Reserve WAPE, is on the air with some
NATTC is being evaluated on Trophy. 4 Training. Command. interesting information on the
effectiveness of its overall Admiral Christensen will also
A certificate will be forwarded air with womc interesting on the
performance during the past hold a personnel inspection tomorrow -
to be presented many programs in the Naval Air
year. The inspecting party is Capt.morning R. P. in Kline the companyof CO of Don R. Athearn Frisbee by NARTU's C.O. Capt.C. Reserve, and the new sounds in

NATTC. D. Simonsen. In addition, Jacksonville.

The admiral will return to CNARESTRA will present a JOSH: Skip Fairfield is the
Memphis tomorrow afternoon. Credit UnionNames plaque at the NARTU Annual Mil- "host with the most" and invites

........ itary Personnel Inspection to you all to tune him in bright

A scholastic record Was set AthearnAs Frisbee in February.A and early Sunday mornings.
well done and congratulations -
last week byAE/Aschool'sClass
are extended Frisbee from
727. The class graduated on
all his: shipmates.:
Friday, with an of 82.19 ManagerThe
average **************** GIANT SWAP MEET
breaking the previous record average -
AXl Cabin Allen re enlisted
of 81.95 by Class 716. SHIPPING OUT???
Jax Navy Federal Credit Sunday for four more years in Bring your furnitureand
Class 727 led by Marine
was Union has announced the appoint- the TAR or Stationkeeper[ program misc. items to sell
class leader LCpl. Ernest B. ment of Don R. Athearn as manager offered by the Naval Air Dlandina Drive-Theatre,
Gibson and Navy class leader of the credit union here.. Reserve. Every Sat. 7 A.M. 6 PM
AE3 Robert J. Dinkins. The Athearn Is from' Columbus, Captain Simonsen congratulated Sun 1 P.M. 768.4f9i
honor Daniel E. 768-7058
graduate, LCpl. Ohio, where he was associatedwith Allen on this and a the fine work or
Keefe had of 93.42.
*an***average**** the Ohio Credit Union League he has accomplished: since
RAdm. Christensen for seven years. coming to NARTU Jax in
AO School Honorman AN II.
Coming from a credit union February 1965.
H. Nelson, Class 738A, 80.58. of its
which handles most
AE School Ilonorman LCpl.
: business by mail, Athearn said, CareerQuestion
ORANGES Daniel E.Keefe,Class'727,93.42.
"The traffic in the office of the

GRAPEfRUIT,TANGERINES, Jax Navy Federal Credit Unionis BoxThere

KUMQUATS, BIG LEMONS, Scouts Set Camp Out to,going but to I'm take looking some getting forward use to are two sides to every

CALAMONDINSSweet the opportunity of serving the married sailor. He has an obli- 1e

Juicy, Tree Ripened NAS Boy Scout Troop 131 has members on a more personal gation to the U.S Navy and an
SEE THEM ON his wife and
planned a weekend camp out basis. equal ohliaation to
THE TREES for this weekend under the sup- An Ohio State Universitygraduate family. What if something hap- e
Due to the bright color of ervision of Scoutmaster Nau the new manager servedin pens to you? Have you preparedyour
the and
suggest fruit color film loliagt, may wt and his assistant scoutmasters.The the Navy three years and was wife to carry on in your
troop will leave Saturday discharged as a lieutenant.lie absence? Does she have the
BEAUTIFULCHRISTMAS morning for the two day outing. first became interested in facts she will need? Does she 1 MILE SOUTH OF DOG

GIFT The camp out Is the first organized credit unions while on active duty know where to go for help? TRACK ON HIWAY 17

PACKAGESALPINE outing for the newly reactivated at NAAS Chase Field, Tex. lie As a test of your knowledgeand IN ORANGE PARK. JUST
troop since the scouting served on the board of directorsand the information your wife
committee was organized.Last auditing committee at the should ,know, here are a few 5 MINUTES FROM MAIN
: minute planning will be Texas credit organization. questions. GATt WAS JAX
made the *************** 1. How much would the widowof
SWITZERLAND, FLORIDA by boys at the regular
Four Miles b.y* 4 WttUy Meter meeting tomorrow at 7 p.m. in U.,S. Savings Bonds ark, the pre- an active 'duty serviceman be' OPEN SUNDAY. 125.

to en river Florida et aJ.1J.".Turn Lets dowi Mr ,tone ete Bldg. 722, Chapel Annex. All sent with a future. Buy them at paid fipoh his death '. -- ,LOWEST PRICES ON
Into .'.11'0 ',rovo. interested boys are invited to your bank, and ask for the free 2. What i is the maximum CLEAN CAns IN JAX AREA -
--- attend. burial received under
gift envelope. payment
see Chief Gene Hartman -
Social Security benefits
USN retired or Dave
3. Are Social Security
: A0M TRADE WITH CONFIDENCE. SEE CanYouTAKE ments and benefits automatic pay- Talbott and SAVE!!

upon death?


For Financing and Insurance 1. Under' the Dependency l In- Delivers, OA 'C .

&L at POWELL PLYMOUTHNew Stateside and Overseas. Call deminity Compensation; Act she 65 FORD GALAXIES

DYER M. BURR will received $120 plus 12 percent Convertible Perfect cond.,
Used Automobiles of the serviceman's basic
New top with full power,
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES in addition she: will receive
1278 SAN /MARCO BOULEVARD PHONE 359-2024 pay. wire wheels fact. air cond-
FINANCE CORPORATIONand Social Security if there are children -
AUTHORIZED Under 18 or she is over 60 itioning. Must see and driveto

INSURANCE COMPANY 2. $25!). maximum. PRICE, (Way below book!)
AND SERVICEJOIN 3. No. Social bene-
5615 Timuauana Rd. 771-0127 Security
fits have to applied for. 65 VALIANT HARDTOPFire

engine red, bucket seat

Commando V-8, Radio.

Heater console, black vinyl

; WESCONNETTFLORIST custom interior premiumred

line tires, power brakes,
r +s M1'' ify posi steering. A beauty!
( JUST $1399.


We wire Flowers l 62 PONTIAC SAFARI WAG-

Located halfway between Cecil & NAS at ON. Loaded with extras

F and clean as. .a.pin.. ,, $895 .
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Straight stick. Red and
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6000W = 64 VALIANT, Vinyl top.

Economy 6. XX Clean.
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New Ground School Begins Monday, 260 V-8, Radio & Heater.
November 13 at 1900. NICE. $695.00LOTS

Prepare yourself to be eligible for flight MORE CLEAN

training under the new G.I. Bill.
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Call 7Sl-O227ffor Information .
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Open DfljyFridav| l' Sundays 9pm

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I CLUB: Enjoy the beefeater's buffet today from 6 to 10 p.m. :;rr:

II night dance music will be provided by M. L. Goodrich. Want Ac"! .
MOVIES will be Five will be on hand for your entertainment Saturday

at the NAS Jax {
: 6 and 8:15 p.m.,
Saturday. There will CLUB: Dance to the music of Mel Gaden's Western Band
matinee at 2 p.m. on Tomorrow evening features the sounds of Mark Castle's Ads should be mailed tc the Holt Publishing Company,
Sunday and holidays. The Johnny Arnold Four entertain on Saturday and Bud Clark 1950 Bland in$ Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida 32210 to arrive
pital Theatre will have one ATTENTION The New Years Eve tickets for this not l latet than Tuesday for publication the following I Thurs
feature at 7 p.m. celebration will go on sale Dec. 1. The price of $7.50 per day Ads arriving too l late for this deadline will be publishedthe
will Include free bar from 8 until 1 a.m. followed by following week unless the publisher is instructed other-
Matinees be p.m.
will shown
wise. A check order the
or money for full cost of the ad must
ends at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY breakfast served from 1 to 3 a.m. Also included in the main be received WITH the copy for the .d.
be noise makers, favors and corsages for the ladies. Music
evening will be provided by the Glynes Combo. Game night DO NOT SEND CASH

Dec. moved to 6 p.m. on Sundays. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). *. . . 2.00

NAS: "HILLS RUN Per additional line ((4 words pet line;,. .. .Y.o50!

Thomas Hunter and DUCEY CLUB: Tomorrow evening enjoy the music of the
van. Rating: Good. ( ) Combo. Saturday night dance to the music of the Tune
HOSPITAL: "HOUR .The weekend special is chickenlnthebasket $.75 and
GUN": with James steak $1.35. December 14 is wine tasting evening at no charge. "REAL ESTATE: We will help WILMAR APARTMENTS
Jacine Roberts. Rating: you Buy, Sell or Invest. Near JAX and CECIL, 1 blk.
((108, Min.) ]ACKETS INN: Swing to the sounds of the Crescendos to- Bowen Real Estate, Realtor est of 5900 blk. of Jammes Road.
FRIDAY, Dec. 8 and the Red Coats tomorrow. The Sixteens will entertain USN Retired 384 1376 All new paint, all ground floor.
afternoon and turn the shows over to the Chantels. Sunday 2 BR, LR, Brk. nook, park 2
NAS: hGtJNSOF NAV the Camolots in the afternoon and the Soul Society STEREO SYSTEM cars and boat. $85 mo. includes
Gregory Peck and David evening. Monday music will be by the Clubs.. The Nu Sounds Walnut console like new. Re- water, sewage, garbage, lawn
Rating: Excellent. ((157) ) Tuesday. liable party can pay off $87 care!387-2541; nights and week-
Shown at 5:30 and : ) Inn will be closed Wednesday for VP 30 party. or assume $8 monthly paymentsA ends, 389-0744.
HOSPITAL: "HILLS New Years Eve Party will start at the club at 7 p.m. and 1 Warehouse 1606 Main St.
RED": Thomas Hunter (?). Tickets which are now on sale in the club house SMOKE A SAFER CIGARETTEfor
ry Silvan. Rating: ( $2.50 per person, and will be sold on a first come, first DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC 12tf a pack. Phone 388 '- f
Min.) basis. The price Includes a buffet dinner, hats, party favors, JOCKEY?? For Information call: 8273. Dealers Wanted.
of The Red Coats will entertain.
prizes champaigne.
SATURDAY, Dec. 356 8351. Day or night.

LIGHT CLUB hour will be held Monday FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
EN BULLS": Steven : Happy through APARTMENTSClean.Bug
Yvette Mlmievx. Rath from 3 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. Liquor prices are:popular Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & Mod. Trlrs. Patios, Awnings,
good. ((112,Min.) 15if, .premium beer20, mixed drinks 25#, draft beer- FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. Sewage &water furnished.Priced
HOSPITAL: "GUNS 10 off all liquor. Tonight March Wilson and the Red 'Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret. for Serv. Pers., 4600 Alden St.
VARONE": Gregory will provide entertainment. Tomorrow the Andy Chaky 264.2411... Orange Park Realty. Qukon, Across from Main Gate .
David Niven, Rating: return with free cigars for all gentleman.-Sunday Mark NAS 389 3007.ATTENTION .
((157 Min.) and the Red Coats return. Coats and ties must be worn on ((3)) SINGERS $25 r
and Saturday. The New Years Eve Party, which will be SEWING MACHINES $25. Each GI's WORK 2 to
SUNDAY Dec. tickets only, will Include an excellent dinner, champ- Guaranteed. Left In warehouse. 3 Hours per evening, earn $60
NAS: "THREE BITES party favors, and breakfast. Two bands will perform for Good condition. Does everything, and up per week. Must be E 4
APPLE": David : entertainment. Tickets will be $6.00 per person, call complete with attachments. or above, married and have car.
i Ing: Very good. ((112 ) for reservations. Yours for the storage charge only For Appointment call 3591719,
HOSPITAL: "CAPER Sixteens will entertain Wednesday from 8 p.m. to midnight, $25. each. Call 353-1946 any- up to 10 PM any evening.
GOLDEN; BULLS": is casual. time. Ask for Warehouse. Will
and Yvette Mlmieux.Rati deliver, no obligation. 1606 Main
good. ((112 Min.) Street. 1967 lID SPRINT 250 CC FIRST
$700 or what have buys -
,.. MONDAY, Dec. I I MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE I BUY USED GUNS ANY CON- New Relaxizor. Exercise you while
" resting $250. Call Lt. R. M-
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: Ideal for retired couple.A .
34 washer laundromat and dry-
UNDERWRITERS INC. 66 VW R & H, Many extras. cleaning pick up station in,a
Perfect Condition. Must sac- busy section of Southside Jax.
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62 OLDS. 4 DR. SEDAN R & trade on late model VW 771 -

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S why not phone now for Ocean view. Utilities includedfor
r price list and terms. 2. Jax Beach S., CH6 4949;
Your Bucks Wrth- at Buck sON BLACK CREEK HILLS
has so much offer.From$3500. 1
4 1/4% G. I. Loan 3 BR Fla. _
I Hubbard, USN Retired Linda Smith, Tired 733 8872 355 2222 ,
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ROBERT (Cecil Field Welcomed Also) MinisterRev. 3999. 7 4 .

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Edwin F. MontgomeryJr. OK GIRLS LETS HURRY UP
388-3583 6483 BUCKS and get our Christmas gifts
AT CARS SUNDAY SCHEDULE made. For personal gifts of
quality and beauty make them
389-3 $3 2 I16S W OF S. yourself. Come and learn its
8:30 a.m. Worship easy, its fun.PRISCILLA'S. .
ISA 121 E. 8TH ,JUST SO OF NAS JAXSFlf 9:45 a.m. Sunday School CERAMICS ..

..W407Suit* ( At Collins RoaclrOrange 1 JrOO a.m. Worship 771 7036 Shindler Drive. ;
"Custom firing"1 ;
6:00 p.m. Youth Fellowship
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L- '# 111 : VP 5 Performs Vital Mission

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"t' ..;. \;.. ),' In Support of Vietnam EffortBy

Lt. (jg) Bob Noce & Lt. John Dearie t
"Navigator this is Radar. I Vietnamese fishing trawler 1964.
have a skunk bearing zero -one- ,, heading two one-zero degrees Requiring at least one aircrafton
five degrees four -two miles." speed about five knots." station around the clock,"Op
"Roger. Pilot this is Nav; alter "Roger its position is marked. eration Market Time" has as its
heading to zero one five." Alter heading to zero eight goal the prevention of seaborne
The 60 ton P3A Orion five degrees to resume search." Infiltration of arms and ammuni-

aircraft one engine secured to Spots ContactThe tion to the Viet Cong.
conserve fuel, banks toward the Finally the local Navy aIr-
north. One hundred miles in that trawler seems harmless men took part in the routine
direction is the harbor city of enough now, but it may be on its open ocean patrols and shipping -
Haiphong. Just 30 miles to the way to a position on the South surveillance flights similarto
west lies the North Vietnam Vietnam coast with a shipment those they normally fly over
coast. The Chinese Communist supplies for Viet Cong force: South Atlantic waters.
island of Hainan is to the east. Soon as it travels south it will Rescue Two
\ 1 But the radar operator has a good enter the "Market Time" area
addition these
picture of the Gulf of Tonkin where other patrol aircraft will to operational
t'l missions VP 5 also

his scope including the giant keep track of its progress.Should participated
aircraft carriers and the many the trawler attempt a run to the in several air sea res-
other ships of the United States beach surface craft will be thereto cue operations duringthedeploy-
i Seventh Fleet. Now an unidenti- stop it. ment. Two Chinese Nationalist

.. .,.- ._- fied "blip" has appeared in the So went hundreds of missions Airmen the squadron's owe their Crew lives Twelve to menof,who
northern part of Yankee Station. flown by N AS Jacksonville -based
their raft adrift
I I spotted in
Patrol Squadron Five, which
Alter Heading the South China Sea hours after
just returned home from a six
CHECK.OUT A Mad Fox Crew determines flight pattern be. "Pilot this is Radar; alter month deployment to Southeast the crash of their twin engine
r fore 13 hour patrol.WESCONNETT. transport."
heading two degrees starboard; Asia. V
contact is 10 miles ahead." Under the command of Cdr.

The pilot and co pilot peer John V. Josephson, the squadron
into the blackness ahead. It is -- this year's Atlantic Fleet
FURNITURE CO. 2 a.m. and the moon is only a Patrol Squadron winner of the
slender crescent above a broken Chief of Naval Operations Avia-
"} layer of low clouds. Finally a tion Safety Award' -- was called
AIR CONDITIONERS single dim spot of light appears. upon for more operational mis-
k* NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES "Radar this ,is Pilot. Contactin sions than any other squadron t
***}}k NEW & USED TV SETS sight. Crew standby for flare during a deployment of comparable -
NEW ADDING MACHINES drop." length. In all,over 9,000 .",fat ,,+

} < >: NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS The pilot guides the Orionoverthe flight hours were logged Ag
light and presses a small Night Coverage r
Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms button on his control wheel. There were three primary
> >; t-fxfc' ," Hrs. 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Come In & Browse/ Parachute retarded flares drop types of missions flown by the

from the aircraft's wings and Mad Foxes. "Yankee Station"

5326 Wise,..." Blvd..lt 103rd 771.0750 i ignite a few seconds later turn- flights, like the one described
ing night into day over the con- provided night radar coverage of
tact. The pilot maneuvers the the Gulf of Tonkin one measure
aircraft into an orbit around the in the defense of the fleet's

Aloha"to contact while the copilot studiesit strike carriers from attack by t
Say with his binoculars. high speed enemy surface craft .

Your Neighbor!! .:11'f'lif )'-' "Navigator this is Copilot. similar to, those encountered by,
The contact'' appears to be a North the destroyer C. Turner Joy in Mad Fox Skipper '

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December 7, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page I II I .1
I I Dlc. 7 1111Retired
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Pt" E Chief Recalls Attacks ; .;

Arizona Model Dedicated TodayToday '

TffJ. marks the 26thanniversary lIe remained In the Assembly husband and other Navymen left-
of the Japanese attack at and Repair Division until Febru- home for the base following the
Pearl Harbor and in ceremonies any 1943 before going to schoolin Japanese attack at Pearl.
aboard the USS Arizona Memorialan the states. tie returned to She worried for two days untila
exact replica of the famous Pearl later that year' and stayed neighbor returned home to tell
battleship will be put on display. until he was transferred to the her that her husband was alive
The replica is a gift of the states in March 1945 and well. She said the news
Fleet Reserve Association Scotlis retired here in August was a big relief and that she and
(FRA). Members of the FRA 1962 after completing his active other women in the neighborhoodspent
conceived the idea of buildingthe duty much of their time making
model and raised funds from Sigh Relief bandages while their husbands
its 67,000'members. were away. Because of theblackout
About 250,000 visitors are expected Mrs. Margurite Scotlls remembers at night,she said,"the dreary
FRA MODELThis $7,500 scale model of the USS Arizona to see the model each year the confusion after her nights seemed to last forever."
will be placed aboard the USS Arizona Memorial during ceremonies as they visit the memorial. The We tried to get out in the sun In
at Pearl Harbor today, six foot replica of the Arizonawas the day to make up for the long,
built by one of the world'stop dark night.
precision model builders.As Mrs. Scotlis sailed from Pearl
Hall of Fame Started RAdm. R. B. Lynch, commander Harbor a few days before the
Pearl Harbor. Naval Japanese attack on Midway.Chief t. ,.
Base, has said"May thememories and Mrs. Scotlis returned to "
For contained in these hollowed Pearl Harbor together 15 years
Military AthletesNAVNEWS
waters rekindle your patriotism later with their family for a 19-
and strengthen your faith in our month tour of duty.
( ) '. Hundreds of military athletes throughout the great nation."
country will be honored, in a public service program launchedby
Special Significance 0 .
tls' e
the Schick Safety Razor Company.
According to Schick Executive Committee Chairman PatrickJ. Today's ceremony at Pearl
Frawley Jr., the Schick Military Athletic Award Program is Harbor will have special signi-
"designed to recognize accomplishments of,athletes in the mili- ficance to at least one person
tary service and to support the President's programs in physical aboard the air station. Retired
fitness. Chief Aviation Mechanic Walter
When the program is in full operation, military establishments SootHs, currently the mainten- Scotlis...
throughout the country will monthly select their oustanding athlete ance supervisor at Special Ser- recalls Japanese attack F a4s
who will be honored and presented with the Schick Military Athletic vices, was stationed at Ford Island -
Award Medallion.The Hawaii Dec. 7, 1941. -
second phase of the program Is the selection each month by Scotlis recalled some of the
the Schick Military Athletic Advisory Board of all Army, all action which took place duringthe
Navy, all Marine Corps and all Air Force Athlete of the Month attack 26 years ago. The
from the nominations submitted by each military base or activity retired chief was at home with
participating in the program. Each monthly; all ,- service winner his wife about 13 miles from the "
selected will receive a trophy.A base when the first Japanese
major part of the. Military Athletic Award program will be the planes attacked the ships at Pearl
establishment .of the Schick M1litary Athletic Hall of Fame,where each Harbor.
year a board comprised ,of national sports writers, military repre- Witness AttackHe
sentatives and prominent coaches will nominate military athletesfor
inclusion in the Military Athletic Hall of Fame.At and several other Navymen
the end of the year' these 48 Athletes of the Month representing living In the neighborhood jumpedinto
the four military services will be flown to Washington D.C. as cars and headed toward Pearl
the guests of the Schick Military Athletic Hall of Fame: to attend within minutes of the attack.They
the annual Military Athletic Sports Award Dinner. arrived at the main gate just'as
the second wave of Japanese
planes began an attack. Scotlis
mused, "It was the first time we 4-
ever got through the gate Withoutthe
Marine sentry waving us a-

R board.ing Japanese" He also planes recalled attack see-the Buy with cash and save!

ships tied up at Ford Island while
driving to a landing in order to
catch a launch to the island. Buy with an
While waiting for a launch,
Scotlls and several other sail-
ors helplessly watched the attack HFC Big Purchase LoanBuying
and saw the destroyer Shaw
blow up In a near by drydock.
Minutes later they were aboarda a color TV? A better car? New
boat and making their way to furniture? You win probably get a better
Ford Island. Arriving aui sea- bargain with cash in hand. You'll be able
plane ramp, the men were quickly to shop anywhere and look for the very best
organized into security savings on the exact brand model
sections. After the attack Scot- or you
want. Then as you enjoy your big purchase,
h lis was in charge of a security
section under the Administration you repay HFC conveniently. So;make that

..w-x..J a 1 Department. big purchase now with an HFC Big
Scot 11 s, who was assigned to the Purchase Loan.CkartM .
WOUNDED HM3 Ronald D. Newberry has received the Purple Assembly and Repair Division,
Heart Medal for wounds received in Vietnam. Making the said that everything happened so !iI' .,.
L the presentation is Capt. Martin J. Stack, while Capt. J.D. fast It is hard torecall individual VM e..h Gel MONTHLY PAYMENT MANS 'rpparte ,'

Nauman, CO Medical, looks on, actions during the attack. 24 p.yeeti 18 p.yaeti U P47-h,6 ..;'' 't

$100 5.93 7.29 10.01 $18.48 '.
200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.91 .,, I,
300 17,79 21.88 30.21 55.45 'f. t' '
500 28.97 ,35.85 49.75 91.78 ,:', .
e 600 3439 42.66 59.35 109.80
art computed at 3% on that part of
KluduUd monthly Manet*not txtudtnt tMO
end 2% on any "m illdn. This tehtJult u
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fi Two Squads : \ -j.l,. ",' .'\> 'f" -' 'I.' .-,_ /.--'" -' ,.-- u I Fliers Take Squeaker;

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.: Share Local .....,., -, ..,r'"' l: ..",. ... .. '. .....,1'':",.. '... Down Ft. Stewart 7574With

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10 seconds, remaining,Jax Navy Flier's Chuck Bryson stole
v.. Loop LeadTwo the ball and drove in for a lay"'- up f to give the fliers a one point
lead and the ball game to squeeze by Ft. Stewart 75 74 Friday,

squads hold identical 2-0 r ,4 night. -
The Fliers jumped off to a lead in the opening minutes and:! main-
records In the American
tained a margin during first half action. The Ft. Stewart Army squad
and VW 4 is number
one crept to within one point of the Fliers with the half time score 35 .
in the National League in the air
station's 1967 Intramural 34.In
just underway
basketball VP- t r the second half Ft. Stewart ran upanll point lead. Changing
season. their strategy, the Fliers called timeandwentfrom a zone to'a man-
7 and Administration share the
American League lead. to man defense.
Coach Otis Richardson's Fliers then within of
pulled to one point
In the last week, VW4
games Ft. Stewart with 20 seconds on the clock.It .
I downed the Hospital 71 50
was Ft. Stewart's ball with the score 74 73 -- 10 secondsto :!
while the Marine Barracks beat
the 679th Radar Squadron 59 go -- Bryson stole the ball, put in a lay up and pulled the game
out for the Fliers 75 74.
44. NARTU picked a 57 38
up Four Fliers l tilt in the double figures with Steve Miller pumping
win in another contest, handing INTRAMURAL GOLF CHAMPS.-The VP-JJO gof(' team rackedup
in 21, Larry McConley hitting 16, Chuck Bryson popping 14 and
the Armed Forces Examination )1000 'Ironman Trophy points by taking first place In the Cliff Ormsby with 10. ,
h..l and Entrance Station squad Its station golf tourney. Members of the team are: (I to r) Dave The Fliers will host the Jacksonville University freshmen tom-
\4 first loss of the season. Liska, Morris Poythress, Bob Phillips, John Adams Bill orrow night and the San Juan Villas of the Jacksonville Commercial -.
On Nov. 29 VP 7 outlasted
Fleet Weather Facility 53-46 Ausum and Kelly Reese. Other members of the team include League Saturday night. Game time will be 7:30 both nights at

,, while Admin picked up its second D.E. Brandt Harry Hooker, O.G. Thompson H.H. Heliweg the NAS Jax gym, Bldg. :3.You '
win of the season, 44-21 and Mike Hofer.
over FAETU. It was Aircraft
Maintenance 28-20 over MARTD
VAP-62 Win Jax Area
the ,same evening in a low scoring -
i contest.

Hospital blasted the Caduces of Intermural 'Grid Title
the NAS Dispensary 102 17
while VP 16 was trimming
COMFAIRJAX 72 26 in gamesa Mr. Everything in local touch first, 6-0. The point after
week ago. The same even- football, Don Jackson quarterbacked was blocked, but the Tigers madeit
ing, VW 4 passed the century the highly successful V AP62 12 0 on ,their next seriesof
mark, 102 30 over NARTU. Tigers to two wins in three downs.
Monday night, VAP 62 out hours Friday and the Jax Area The lone Marine score came
shot VP *30 43 34 and:! Fleet Intermural Tournament title. on an aerial from Cecil quarter-
t' Weather sank the Boat House five The Tiger ,squad opened the back John Nelson to Tom Brownto ."
55 21. VP 7 won its second afternoon by humiliating the Na- make the score 12 6 at ":""": ? ,
game of the season 42-37' val Air Training Command's top the half.
E with a win over Aircraft Main- squad, Marine Aviation Detach- The only TD in the penalty -
z, tenance Monday. ment, 42 0. riddled second half was anothersix
f In the game that brought the point aerial from Jackson.
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Intermural Trophy to VAP Don Eagle gathered in the pass
HONDA 62's display case, the Tigers for the TD and Jackson then toss-
: took on the highly spirited Ma- ed a two point conversion to Bob
MOTORCYCLES rine Barrack of Cecil Field en Franz for the final score.of the
\, route to a 20 -, 6 win in'their afternoon. get a I lot of
Wr Give Merchant Gr..n.np.* final game of the season.A VAP 62 ended the season
f:,_ 15 '- yard TD pass from with a 29 2 record and six
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