Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00969
 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: December 14, 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
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System ID: UF00028307:00969

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F Military Christmas Bonus' Is Authorized ;;'if,,:.

- Finance Office Figures Back Pay 1j

F.2.1'1: \z N Due Off Bill Awaits Final WordThe '

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ever closer military and civilian pay bill was expected to become law this week with the final f<
YONC3 i'Pc.A. I approval of Congress and President Johnson's signature. When the President signs the bill, he'll "jj
LID, OP I be playing the role of Santa Clause while authorizing a "Christmas bonus" for the country's men and j,
.Hier. women in uniform. The 5.6 per cent net difference between the old and new scales has been computed :'j<
by the Navy Finance Office here which plans to distribute "LB] Christmas bonus" checks next week y
VA : to military personnel based here. IIf
The special l checks will be for 11;
retroactive pay between Oct. 1 Commander Young stressedthe ervisor, said it would be impos- ,.;
and the end of the year. LCdr. need for phone calls to the sible to compute the 4.5 civilian \
G.H. Young, finance officer Navy Finance Office here be pay hike into checks before I
computed that the bonus check fora kept to a minimum_ until after Christmas. Kaperak said. "It
seaman apprentice will be $17. Jan. 11.No is impossible at this time to pre-
An E-6. with over six years will Civilian BonusIt diet when the pay raise will be .
get $36 and a .chief with over 16 '
will get$52 in time for the Christ- looked like a possible included In civilian checks." He \.
"Christmas bonus" for civilians announced that civilian W-2
mas holiday. At the other end .
was out of the question Tuesdayat forms will be distributed before >- .
of the scale, with \
a captain over >
S 20 years will receive $140 next Jax Air News deadline. JohnS. the Jan. 30 deadline, but did "? "
week. Kaperak, civilian payroll sup- not give an estimated date. r ': ,Y ,l
16 Days 0",'

Commander Young also stated Stiff r..itltsII.* Mm
o that the Dec. 29 pay day will ,
be a 16-day pay day and include .f

1 'i through pay computed the end at of the the year old The rate Into New Nm! Hospital l'I)

Jan. 11 pay period will be for 11

days and Include aviation pay Tomorrow, hospital patients will begin moving into the facilitiesof j
: for those men on flying duty. NAS Jax's new $7 million, 400bed replacement hospital.At : .
The finance officer said that ?
Witholding Tax Statements (W-2 ceremonies dedicating the new building Saturday, Charles '
forms) or be handed out onJan. E. Bennett (Rep. Fla.) stated, "Some 26 years have passed since }I
11, they will be distributed no. the NAS Jax hospital-was authorized by Congress, and in that span
later than Jan. 25.. the Navy has played a vital role in a virtual medical explosion unsurpassed -
in the.world's history." X,-

After next week's Jax Air Bennett pointed out that military medicine has contributed .

WHAT ABOUT THIS ONE? David (left) and his twin brother. News Is distributed, there greatly to this medical explosion by giving examples of the Navy's: ,!,
Billy, check over the Christmas trees which went on sale will frozen blood program, Walter Reed's conquest of yellow fever and }i
not be another paper the Navy's use of flourides to cut down tooth decay. ".
Tuesday. The 1 '/j-year-old boys are the sons of Sgt. and
until Jan. 11.next The guest speaker at the dedication ceremonies, retired RAdm. i 1
Mrs W.G. Grossar H. H. Caldwell praised the Navy Medical Corps for its teamwork r
,I and devotion to duty at NAS and throughout the world. .
As a regional hospital in the Department of Defense network It ,j j.
will serve active and retired military personnel and their dependents, ,1-<
of metropolitan Jacksonville, Mayport, Cecil Field and Glynco, Ga.
Complete medical care will be provided for active and retired *
military personnel, and complete dental care for those on active duty., ;
t I The eight story complex will serve a combined population of '
about 140,000 people. Out patient and services located. .
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Capt. F. L. Mayberry, NAS Hospital administration officer, has
,announced that during the hospital's eightday moving period beginning ti.
Navy Outlines Early Out ProgramTwenty tomorrowthroughDec.22 It will be necessary for.; those people ..
eligible for treatment at the hospital to observe the necessarily ,
curtailed scheduling of outpatient care. 'I
sailors and Waves learned Monday that critical AQ, ET, FT, liM, QM, RD, RM, ST and During the first three days of the moving period, wards and
they are soon to become eligible for discharge up construction ratings, and those scheduled to retireor administrative spaces wiJibe) moved. However,from Tuesday through ,
to two months before their enlistments expire. attached to units of the Sixth and Seventh Friday clinics will be moved as follows:
The early out Instructions, Issued by the Fleets. Dec. 19 Urology and Dermatology I.,
Secretary' of the Navy through communications Effects HundredsThe Dec. 20.X Ray and Orthopedics I
channels, effects those due for discharge during Dec. 21 Emergency Room, Laboratory and Eye, Ear, Nose and
March and April., new discharge policy was put into effect Throat. .1_ .
Exclusions two weeks after hundreds of Navymen were discharged Dec. 22 08 GNY-General Practice,Pediatrics and Pharmacy. "ti i
Dec. 7 and whose expirations of service Captain Mayberry has urged patients to limit visits to true ;J
Excluded from the early separation program are would havenormallybeen InJanuaryand February.The emergenciesonly during the period from 4 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 21 .1,. .:
people in medical or disciplinary status, aliens move is expected to avoid a mass buildup of through 8 jn. Saturday, Dec. 23. ,.
qualifying for citizenship by serving three years personnel at naval stations awaiting discharge. The outpatient clinic will also be closed on Sunday'and Monday, Dec. !. '
active duty and those in Vietnam. People eligible for the early discharge may 24 and 25. Emergencies will be seen In the emergency room of the )
Also not eligible .are men and women holding decline the option and serve their full

Happier' H, ..

lAir Station Christmas hitch."I; I ;"I

The. air station's annual helped load a Navy truck week. Wies from .;
needyfamily sharing pro- with donations they had col-: < men assigned to the Hos t
gram is continuing aboard lected for theannualeffoft.i") ", pital. Fleet Intelligence
base as a storeroom In On hand at the park Were : Center. VH-16, NARTU,
Bldg. 930 looks more like air station Commanding VP-7 VW-4, VP-5,
Santa's workshop each day. ,Officer, Capt. Martin J. NATTC, and .NAS Jax are
The room now has hundreds Stack, Bill M. bavis from also helping in the pro-
of items that have been the office of Jacksonville ject. ctrl (,
donated by men and womenin Mayor Hans Tanzler, and Project ContinuesThe V
uniform, by local mer- Chaplain Joseph C. Simp- needyfamllysharing
chants and hundreds of Du- son, coordinator of the project will continue \
val citizens. Next Thurs- drive. Under the directionof through Monday for any-
day and Friday the collected Mrs. Mary Dunlap, local one aboard base who might )
Items will be delivered Campfire executive wish to help cheer Christmas J'
to 200 local needy director, the young ladies for someone else.
families in an effort to had collected dozens of Donations' may be drop-
make Christmas 1967 just canons of donations from ped off at Bldg. 930 (a-
little brighter for the less the local community. cross from the Main Navy

fortunate. Good Support Exchange) through the end

.. of working hours Monday.
Discussing Friday's collection Items needed include food
Friday Collections In Hemming Park stuffs,. usable clean clothing -

Clothing food and toys Lieutenant Simpson said, ,.toys and money. .
" are the main items that .:; "There was a marvelous Personnel interested in
have been donated so far. turnout. The young ladies volunteering their time for
The project got a big did a wonderful job." the project by repairingtoys 'iI#
boostFriday night in Jack- Monday morningwivesof making doll clothes or FOR DRIVE-Capt. MJ. Stack accepts donation from Camp-
sonville's Hemming Parkas men attached to COM- manning the distribution fire girl Cindy Buffkin Friday at Hemming Park. Looking on
Campfire girls from FAIRJAX began sorting the centers may contact Chaplain are Chaplain Simpson and Mrs. Mary Dunlap, Campfire Girl
throughout Duval County donations for distribution Simpson at Ext. 3051. executive director.

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December I 14, 1967 ::,

[I Editorial View Poinfs} D I V t n e S'e'r V .c e.s .d f -
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St. Edward's Chapel9a.m..
All Through the House and 11 a.m. t i
Daily Mass 11:30 a.m.

Saturday Mass 9 a.m. 1. yA. lp 1 1f
Christmas season, that won- the windows plugged into the same Confessions (Saturday) 5 p.m.:
derful, magical[ time of the year, socket or extension cord? Over- 5:30 p.m. .fl a
is here again. loaded electric circuits are a 7 p.m. 7:30 p.m.U. v
Busy shoppers pause for a moment major cause of home fires. S. Naval Hospital
to. greet friends with a Are the holiday decorations Sunday Mass ---8 a.m. f
cheerful "Merry Christmas." fireproof? Could a spark froma
Parties happen on a moment's cigarette or a short circuit All Saints' Chapel r----
notice. Christmas trees in living set them on fire? Your Christ- Divine Service10 a.m. -
rooms winkle with lights and mas tree could be dangerousif Sunday School - 9 a.m.
bright ornaments. you don't take the necessary Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722 -
Children, of course, are concerned precautions.If Junior Church10 a.m. .
with thoughts of shiny bicycles it Is a fresh tree, be sure Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722 ...'* ...8..t.1.
electric trains, cuddly that you have it sprayed by your
dolls and new sleds. local fire department to make it Tuesday Honorary Member -- Deputy Secretary Defense Paul
But stop for a moment and consider flame resistant. Use a Christmas Junior Choir4p.m., H. Nitze receives certificate recognizing him as honorary
> how rapidly this.could tree stand in which you put Chapel Annex,: Bldg. 722 member of the Pearl Harbor Survivors Association for
change from happiness to sorrow. water around the base of the tree hiS' outstanding service as Secretary ol Navy from November -
Countless hazards around the and keep it filled. In the heat Wednesday 1963 to June 1967. Presenting the certificate is
of your home, evergreen trees Senior Choir Rehearsal Master Chief Petty Officer'bf the Navy Delbert D. Black
." dry out rapidly and can becomea . . -7:30 p.m. who was a crew member of the battleship USS Maryland
blazing torch in a matter of during the attack on Pearl Harbor.
: Au seconds.If Thursday
you are using an artificialtree Young Adult Club7 p.m. ?
More Toys
be su're it is made of Christian Science Service or
. .
material that will not burn. p.m. It's' here again--that season demanding more engineering skill
The soft glow of Christmas Chapel Center, Bldg. 751. than car repairs, furnace cleaning or construction of a bar in

candles can change to leaping Sunday U.S.service10 Naval Hospital a.m. the basement. It's, time,to put the toys together.
flames in moment of carelessness -
a Years ago'when everyone had big basements and capacious
around curtains, draperiesand attics there weren't any toys to assemble. That was done at the
J. paper decorations.. factory, if factory items were part of Christmas.
Be careful of the toys you Traffic Now that houses are built on slabs and builders are proud of
TR get' for the children. Be sure utilizing every inch of space, there ,isn't any place to hide joys, I
i i"O they are made of non flammable much less erect them. So there it is.--Christmas Eve again and '
,non explosive materialand the living room becomes a frantic assembly line run by amateurs.
that the paint is non toxic. ViolationsThe The best way to tackle the problem of bicycles, wagons, doll
Small children love to put toys houses and dump trucks is to buy something else. But since that
in their mouths. Be sure there isn't easy to explain to the kids, you might as well get organized.
are no parts they can swallow. following is a report of First, invite any bachelors you know over to spend the even-
The soft, silent blanket of motor vehicle accidents and traf- ing. Do this early, because they are much in demand. Ply them
white snow that may surround fice violations for the period with dinner, eggnog and promises of a good looking date. Then, 4
your home is another threat to Dec. 5 through Dec. 11. when all the kids are in bed, bring; out the loot. I
safety. Icy steps and walks can Number of Accidents Each person will need a few feet of space unless you want wagon ,j
end your holiday festivities witha This Week. : . . 10 wheels on the baby carriage. Provide a selection of tools--screw-
crash. The snow and ice are drivers hammers wrenches and Don't the Band-
Total Accidents this year through pliers. forget
A CNRISTMAS TREE.:' fine for winter sports, if you're Dec. 11. . .. . 349 Aids. '.
; dressed properly and if you obServe Number of Accidents throughDec. Hopefully, the administrator running this show will have wrap-

I the rules for cold weather 4Don't 11, 1966. .. .!.336 ped all packages, completed the decorations and organized the
home are easily overlooked dur- health and safety. \\' Total numberof days since last stocking fillers earlier in the day. Otherwise'these activities
y l the hustle and bustle of the let moment of thoughtlessness
$ ing a injury in motor vehicle'ac- will have to' 'take a b ack"seat. until the assembling Is completed.And .
i* holiday season. or carelessness'spoil cident. '. -. .. . 0 by that time it may be dawn and the kids will be up.
For all those Christmas for
instance, are you. Have ahap- Number of Violations
bright colored lights adorning py, healthy and safe holiday seas- This Week. .V- .. ;;. .1.71 '
the Christmas tree and framing on. (AFPS) Speeding..6% The Alaqic; Word

Going through Stop Sign. .1 .....
Let's Fight FairBy Other Violations. . 64
Gold I Gold I That is the word the stability of the U. S. dollarIn
Twentyeight drivers -
0#' before Traffic appeared that has fired the imagination of International trade, the U. S.
Lt. Thomas F. Johnson, CMC Board at the the meeting held Hearing on mankind through the ages. It has gold price serves as an anchor

Remember Maggie and JIggs of the comic strip fame? Maggie's Tuesday. Disposition of the cases played an important part in the for the world's/currencies.
shrill voice used to deal poor ole Jiggs fits as they would embark included the following: 13 lost legends,folk tales and writings on The continuing value of U. S,
on their marital disputes. Pans flew, furniture was overturned, driving and parking" privileges man. currency depends upon' a sufficient -
-, and words of battle filled the air. aboard station for various periods Even in our highly specializedand gold reserve to meet demands -
Possibly a part of the humor was that everyone could see ; 16 were assigned to completean technologically advanced for exchange of U. S, dollars

something of himself In Maggie and Jiggs, and making up" eight-hour course in remedial ; .... "..... ,,
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i is always such a happy occasion. driving at NATTC. One received -: 'AI":' : o'fj:
Exciting, helpful, comforting are but a few of the descriptive suspension ; one was given -
adjectives that can be applied to marital companionship. Even warningssix; were dismissed;
; at best there is some of Maggie and Jiggs in each of us as two nine were fined (U.S. COMMISSIONER -
independent individuals begin working through disappointment, frustration ); and 13 referred to'commanding -
I and differences of opinion. officers for possible
Instead of flying pots and pans, may I suggest a peace talk around disciplinary action. Fifteen driv- JE.i'c.
the conference table in your home. And, please, fight fair. No ers were assessed :f)2 points.
"hitting below the belt." By this I mean, stay with Issue at hand,
a4 leaving past grievances in the closet." To bring up the topics
will only confuse the issue, making a meeting of the minds even
more difficult. Buy

., While reading}, a book on marriage I found these guidelines '-_'.r,,_ ..... Ff .
". to a "fair fight" in marriage disagreements: ,
,': 1., Each admit that he.has contributed to the'problem; r rWOt'dHQQ1 J ultimate! !! ec i i !J nhentamongmonemeans the of for gold by foreign' coun- \
1 2. Talk without using emotionally loaded words, such as childish Bonds tary authorities. tries. .
!. selfish and silly. These increased demands for
3. Refrain from re-runs of old arguments. Because of the economic .exchange of U. ,S. dollars received -
4. Focus on one problem at a time and not dash off to peripheral strength of?the.United State; nd in world trade for paymentin
problems. ( gold have resulted In the "gold
.; 5. Express positive feelings toward each other. flow" we have heard so much
The call of the day Is: Maggie and Jiggs. .Fight Fair. about.
And above all, lift it to God in prayer. A tremendous power .JA.X AIR NE S Since 1949, our. gold supplyhas
t touches both persons when in worship both parties knowingly dropped from $25 billion to
'I seek God's guidance and understanding. Worship regularly. $15 billion as a result of foreign

y Miriie Wives Elect Clef.. Officers The lAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper claims.
i. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, How do we stopthedollardrainthat
. : New officers for the Marine their annual Christmas party for Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company contributes to the'gold flow?
Wives Club were elected at theclub's patients at the U. S. Naval Hos- a private firm. AH Copy submitted for use In Office AIR We must reduce the outflow of
business NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Box U. S. dollars to foreign countries.As .
regular meeting pital on Tuesday evening. .
2. NAS
Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub
Dec. 4 but due to illness of Club President, Mrs. Dot lication. News items are welcomed from all sources .. Telephone individuals, we don't have
the President elect Mrs. Lynn, thanked members for their 772 .. 3118 or 3119. much to say about dealings in
Mary Swartz, since that time, efforts in the club's Christmas the upper financial strata. But
installation ceremonies plan toy drive and for assisting with Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries we can control our own spending.
ned for the new officers tomorrow donations and filling 25 stock- concerning such should be directed to: For example, we can buy American

have been postponed until ings for the Salvation Army's The Holt Publishing 1950 Blvd. made products and,of course,
Company Blanding
further notice. annual program of providing we can Invest our money in U. S.
,. Other officers elected for the stockings for needy children. Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 Savings Bonds or the Uniformed

coming year include Mrs. Marie The next regular business Services Savings Deposit Pro-
Slocumb, vice president; Mrs. meeting of the club is scheduledfor VOL. 25 NO. 38 DECEMBER 14, 1967 gram. In doing this you not only
Brownie Kelly, secretary; and 8 p.m., Jan. 22 in the Acey cut down on foreign spendingbut
Mrs. Wilma Stens, Treasurer. Ducey Club. All Marines wives help build indhidual financial security -
Members of the club held are cordially invited as well. (AFPS)


December |4. 1967 AIR! NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pare Jt

t Veteran Pregr.'s- FfaesdJ' laieflfs' l :,:;
; NARTU News and Views I

/ Pay grade estimated to be attained in 16 years E 7 (CPO ,1

,m Active duty (cur years ,\(
"The: Nasal Air Reserve's Vet- vancement while on active duty, ian jobs. Thus, the Veteran's <,..'
Reserve inactive
duty: 16 (must total 20 r
eran's Program offers enlisted he later may be advanced to Program gives them a chanceto years years .
personnel of all the Armed Forces that grade in the Naval Air Reserve enjoy the life aNavymanone Present pay grade: $143.28
the opportunity to utilize their if he I is still eligible.In weekend a month. Pay per year for drills: $753 .. '1 *''c {j
former skills and talents, earn the second case, veteran This program has other bene- Training duty: $257.86 J'
extra income as part time of another branch of the armed fits which make it worthwhile for
a sailors and retain all the advantages forces, who formerly held a job the veteran to investigate 1 ClassA Annual total: $808.98 }

of civilian life at the code which correlates with one and B Navy schools are available Total income for 16 years . . . .$13,285.68, :
same time. of those, in the Naval Air Reserve to him, and he may make e.. e. . . e. e. . . .'. .'. ? t
Two Division and who can also meet one trip a year, on a space-
the age and physical requirements available basis, on MATS or Retirement benefit at age 60 ((20 years service retiring as }
f This program consists of two" may be enlisted "in the MSTS. To join the program, a E 7)) <
divisions for former Navy or Naval Air Reserve in the pay man must sign a Ready Reserve '
Estimated benefits .
Coast Guard enlisted personneland grade comparable to that which agreement (minimum one year, monthly : $80.20 '
the other for personnel of the he was last discharged, not to maximum five years), and then Estimated annual benefits: $962.40 ''

other branches of the Armed exceed pay grade E 7. paticipate in 75 per cent of the Value of benefit at age 60 . . .$19,248.00 '"
Forces.In In both cases::;, applicants must drill attendances. Although he \
first have of Estimate of annual premium which would have to be paid <,
the case, veteran completed their active duty may drop out the programat
of the Navy or Coast Guard who "'requirements, and there Is no anytimebynotattendlngdrllls, to purchase comparible annuity at age 60: $615.00 \

formerly held an aviation rating; limit on the time which might he remains a reservist: for the 16 years premium value. . . . .$9,840.00 ;<
and who can. raseXJhe age and l ve, elasped since they were last tenure of his Ready Reserve a- '
Estimated total value of Naval Reserve benefits$42,373,68.. \
physical requirements can con- discharged. greement. '
tinue to keep his "hand in the Other Benefits Retirement BenefitsBy or $69.69 for each day. ):
game" by joining the Veter 'n's
program. lie is enlisted in the Many veterans look back on joining the program, a man Navy, but his former service duty and returns to the Naval }
same pay grade held at the time their service days with a feelingof or woman who has four, five or years count toward retirement. Air Heserve as a Petty Officer t
of his last discharge. Perhaps::; nostalgia, brought about by six years (or more) in the ser- Second Class (E-5)), and who <'
one of the main advantages of the remembrance of old friend- vice makes sure those years are This retirement is important. attains pay grade E-7 (Chief t
this program is the fact that if ships and good times which norm- not wasted. Not only does he Let's take the case of a man who Petty Officer) in 16 years. (See 4
" a veteran made "quota" for ad- ally are not found in their civil bring his skills back into the has served four years active chart above ). #,

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The 'Critic' Thursday' : Dec. 15..

\ Dear me, and we have Bob THURSDAY .
Hope as a lover.What is the mov- AFFRICA ADDIO-documentary 4F r1c-'rypsa. ca .wq 'Vf kyfr
ie world coming to? The venerable -
showman is one of the best
d standup comedians in show busi- Friday Dec. 15 : a
i ness. The twitch of a Hope eyebrow -
;* is enough to make sophisticated FRIDAY
* Oscar audiences howl. ROBBERYStanley Bakergeneral ; -
; audience-good
f Add Philis Diller and the movie
should be memorable. "Eight on Saturday, Dec. 16 ,
the Lam" is amiserableboring,
t even' criminal abuse of movie SATURDAY .
film. The film should be ashamed Matinee:
: to have been used in such a Evening: 633 SQUADRON, Cliff I
t way. Robertson, general audience- v/I
' good. .
Diller has slipped on a banana h. f fr. )
t peel and fallen flat on her less Sunday, Dec. 17 t x j5 3/ X'
> than lovely face and Hope does- IT'S A BINKINI WORLD,Tom- r +; d t w R
n't do much better. As a lover, MY KIRK, not classified.
t he i l.s ridiculous. As a "thief" 'NR I 4a M ;+
Dec. 18
i he is hopeless. The only emotion Monday,
'[ an ; audience can generate EIGHT ON THE LAM, Bob
/ throughout the show is disgust Hope, Phillis Diller Gen Ald.I I
for the stupidity the characters Excel
.' and the impossibility of the sit-
uation. Tuesday, Dec. 19 f iF

Perhaps "Return of the Seven" RETURN OF THE SEVEN,
j> should remove the tastebutevenIt Yul Brynner, A & MA very, "..
Is far from being the movie good. <
Wednesday, Dec. 20
that the original "seven" made.
Dean Martin, Gen. Aud.
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I December 14, 1967 Jax Air News/Afterburner Page 5* :

Seven Civilians Planning Association ::1

Reeefye AwardsSeven .

President Tours AreaErnest
employees of the Office J
of the Supervisor of Shipbuilding -
Conversion and Repair W. Russell presidentof ville Office of Supervisor of Ship i".
USN, recently shared a total of the National Association of building, Conversion and! Repair
$1045 in awards for beneficial Planner & Estimators and Pro- today. "
suggestion and a sustained: sup- gressman arrived Jacksonville The assoication's membershipis
'erior performance which repre- yesterday afternoon to tour local made up of planning managersat
sent a tangible monetary savingsof Y p,A A Navy installations and attend a naval installations. '
11833. meeting of the association's local -
Presentation ceremonies held chapter. Recent proposals in position
I in the office located in the Gulf <8 d Lr Russell, accompanied by association classifications were discussedat
Life Tower on Nov. 22. also included Secretary-Treasurer, a meeting last night at the
acknowledgement of com Lloyd G. Keefe Is scheduled to Phillips Highway Holiday Inn
pletion of training courses by visit with the commanding officers according to Jacksonville Chapter -
eight employees.The of the Naval Air Rework 14 President Robert L. Gil-
largest award in the a- Facility here and the Jackson lette. (,
mount of $450 was presented to I
Marion T. Porter who suggestedthe
use of an improved seam and ALL IN THE FAHIL.E.A. Rutten, (R), helps Thelma Fisher
underlay compound for wood present a retirement watch to her husband, Florian Fisher (L) Lowest Price Ever
t decking on ships which results who recently) 21 years of civil service and retired'at .
the Naval Air Facility. '/
!in a tangible savings of as much
as'"' $9600 per application to a

carrier Capt. deck.J. D. Small head of for RCA Victor TV! ;

the activity commended all re- ,f

ceipients Kirs. Zelda Clarke receivedtwo
awards totalling $175 of $9995
which $150 was for a form she .
designed on which planningworkcan < r.Mrrr-
be scheduled. The remaining w f
$25 was for submitting the ,5 { t
name "COMPASS" for the acti-
vity newspaper.Mrs. Compare it
Mariln A. Lynch and against any
Augustus L.Wilchar each received other TV
$80 awards for time saving in itsprice '
and improved methods, suggestions sooow f. range
while Mrs. Helen M. r
Ard and Mrs.Rachelle A.Doueck
received cash awards of$35 each 4
for the two suggestions apiece
they had adopted. The NIMBLE AJ-024
Mrs. Joan P. Kramer's sus-
tained superior performance of JOIN THE JAX Compact, lightweight cabinet with flexible han- 11" diagonaldIe.
her duties over a period of one Fine performance from 13,000-volt Minikin 71 sq. In' .
year was recognized byaqualitjstep chassis. Power grid VHF and Solid State UHF rectangular picture .
Certificates Increase of for$160.completion of NAVY FLYING CLUB tuners

various courses were presentedto
: Mrs.Helene Duffy, Howard
Garris, Jr., A. R. Golieb JohnC. New,Ground School Begins Monday j .
Miller, E. C. Rogers H. C. November 13 at 1900. "
Stinnett E. C. Tilley and Milton
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training under the new G.I. Bill

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63 CHEVROLET SUPER SPORT Loaded!. . .$1295 center of attention In this clean-lined lowboy cabinet is

63 MERCURY METEOR 4Dr A/C . . .. $950 the new RCA Super Bright Hl-Llte Picture Tube. It produces the
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We're experts and can cover 66 VW FASTBACK. .. . . .-. $1895 picture detail.

you immediately with Reserve 65 VW SQUARESACK ', . :.. .. .$1550 95
Motorcycle Liability Insurance. M N' 519 1 0 0THE

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v':' VFP -- 62 Interred With Honor Valions Join Elite M.:. ;J I

Wake services wera held Fourteen "ValIon of VA-15! I"" "'
last Friday for Light Photographic have been initiated into the elite X
.n Squadron 62, being dis- "200 Mission Club" aboard the
sstablished after 19 years of ser- t attack carrier Intrepid.
vice. The squadron is survivedby Certificates were presented to r
It's parents, the Chief of Naval Cdr. James Snyder, LCdr. Jerry
Operations and COMNAV- ,. \ .. Tuttle, LCdr. Jerry Terrell,
AIRLANT, and hundreds of re- .t. Lcdr. Ronald Moreau, Lt. David :.r.
.I latives. Parsona, Lt. Robert Smith, aN Y
The Fightin Photo was born 1 (. Lt. E. Miller Detrick, Lt.Robert
aboard the NAS Norfolk in 1949.It t i ,; Cole and Lt. Robert Hamel. ,I
has operated from 22 car- a"ks Also honored were Lts (J jg)
riers and utilized a half-dozen Richard Nolte,David Culler,John
aircraft. Newman and Sid Atkinson. LCdr. '1tn a
Officiating at ther services Fredrick Herner of the Ai Wing y {
were Cdr. M.L. Hayes and LCdr. 10 staff also completed his 200th
A.C. Shuler, There was a torchlight mission.
procession to the graveside.The VA-15Is part of the"Cham
casket, containing photographs pagne" air wing, CAG-10.: Skipper (
of all VFP-62 skipperswas of the wing, Cdr. Kenneth
Interred behind the fleer's Burrows, (is a veteran of more
Recreation' Facility. The grave -I; than 150 combat missions. He
contained, among other things, -LCdr.--------Wyatt Foard of HAS Sanford contributes his shovelfulat Is completeing his second combat Cdr. Burrows
dozen few torches and cruise Vietnam.
glasses, a to
Wake. stars, three DFCs and the Viet-
\. one human being, who almost did Cdr. Burrows will relinguish anmese Cross of Gallantry.Put .
not make it out in time.A command of the air wing whenit
memorial service will be returns to Cecil.
held Jan. 5, The Valion leader owns the your free time to gooduse. -
Rest (in Peace. li DFC, 19 air medals and several Enroll in a USAFI course
4r campaign ribbons. lIe has been and increase your educationallevel.

JiftX'S GRBATBSt recommended for two silver .

FURNITURE ; pr Roosevelt, CAG one, Host Belgian


\ Defense Minister; Italian General
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More than 30 students, head- National Defense Minister Charles -
? ed by Lt. Gen. Dull S. Fan- Poswick. The Minister took
t OPEN all of the Italian War College, his first ride in F-4B Phantom
EVERY toured the Italian War College, from the carrier's deck.
toured the Roosevelt last week Poswick was accompanied by
for a brief carrier orientation US ambassador to Belgium
WNDAY program. Highlight of the tour Ridgeway B. Knight. The two-
was an air show by the pilots day trip enabled the visitorsto
,. """: of Carrier Air Wing One. including observe carrier striking force
Cecil squadrons VF-12 operations and capabilities, including -
Capt. Brown, Cdr. Hayes, Lt. 'Club SchedulesORF I and VF-12 and 172. launch and recovery, in-
SURPLUS GOODS Pass and Ltjg( ;) Titus accompany !I Following the student tour, the fight refueling, highline transfers -
Fightin Photo Cas air wing performed for Belgian and aircraft firepower. I
DISCOUNT STORE ket to final resting place.
Torches were later tossed The. COMFAIRJAX band will u" .
4\ IOT35 Beach B/vd/ 724 2662 into grave. provide music for thcVA-44din-

ner and dance this Saturday, and
Sunday if left open for private a
THE "V 1960 Blanding Blvd SAM to 10PM' parties. Tuesday marks game

DAILY LUNCH..95 night with a cocktail hour at
6 p.m. and Happy Hour is Fri-
Fried Chicken day beginning at 4 p.m. Luncheon -
is served daily at 11 a.m.
You nr and the bar will be open.
: RESTAURANTCan Eat" $1 .

,t 4i 4 P.S. Our New Manager is Mrs. R.H. (Chief) Van Matte
EM Club
Game Night Thursday will be
.. accompanied by the music of the
\ Strangers. Dinner special rib-
eye steak at 75#.
) NEEDCASH Friday: Music by the UFO'sSat
: Sound Unlimited.Sun .
A : Dance to the sound of Phil

Kay.Tues.. The Tune Twisters. RAdm. Lambert Italian Gen
? Weds: Mel Gadden. eral observe carrier operations.COMMUNICATION .


CPO Club.
Catch the music of the Blue
Tones on Tuesday and see the r A
Jimmy Walker Combo on Wed-
nesday. Plan now to drop in on SHARE in .
Bud Clark The Tune Twisters FREEDOMSAVINGS
end Mark Castle the following
week. with
any amount, large or small, FREEDOM SHARES

to $600. SIGN tit WHERE YOU WORK -,
up $50 cost only $1.50 01 WI( ,

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you need money. Phone Cash You" ..onthl'. .4 I
first,then stop by to complete G.t raym."r : :
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I Have a Happy Holiday vRfKBKSKy&! &mfaiRpu..___......__... ,

The holiday season is gen-- -gainst- the use of wax candles.-Use BIG DAYS FRI. & SAT. DOWNTOWN ONLY' j

erally one of happiness and joy, only electric lighting sets that 12
but statistics show that it will bear UL (Underwriters' Labora-
be a time of sorrow for many tories) lables. This means they
With the coming of Christmas, have been tested for fire and
folks are being warned of pos- shock hazards and may be con- GI .
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sible dangers. sidered safe If properly main- < I
Hints Include: tained. .
When buying Christmas Before
a putting lights on
tree, be sure It has not been allowed your tree check the wiring for KNOWN FOR VALUES
.,! to dry out by prolonged frayed wires, loose connectionsand
storage. When a tree is too broken sockets and do not
dry branches are brittle and plug too many cords in one outlet I II I Ei
shed needles easily. To prevent GIVE A .
rapid drying of a tree, When gift wrapping is com- HOUR
stand it in water outdoors pleted, do not let wrappings ac-
j until ready to use in doors. cumulate. Put them in a metal
Just before setting up the covered trash barrel or burn : C .PoLARoIDi
tree, saw off the trunk at anangle them in a safe location. Do not
at least one inch above the use the fire place toburnChristmas -
original cut to improve abilityto wrappings and decorations.
absorb water. Support the Christmas Is something
g The Fabulous
tree well. Keep it away from special for the kids, so be careful ---i Snap Up
sources of heat and place it so when buying them toys. Don't :1
that standing or falling, it will buy pyroxylin plastic toys or"non
not block the way out of a room flame proofed"children's::; play- POLAROIDSWINGER I
in case of fire. suits. Look for the underwriter's
As far as the use of lightson Laboratories label when buying .
a tree, the guide warns a- electrical toys.QooooooooQoooQooooooooooooooooooooooooocoeo. Ii
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AIDS DURING DISASTER-Prior to the time hurricane Beulah IL I / )
+ hit the Gulf Coast, Red Cross disaster teams were moved Into '
, the area making preparations to feed, set up shelters and '

: assist families. The American Red Cross housed 175,000, _,, __

4 persons in 274 shelters and was feeding 225,000, victims at r--- 4S' _
the peak of the operations. Tr4'T\
? :; \ LOCAL ASSISTANCE-Mrs. V. Gunter .
r k ______ HAS assistant field
director discusses the need for emergency leave with one of
NATIONWIDE I :! :i'i\ : I hundreds of Jacksonville area sailors that seek Red Cross

: \(_ _", '. '_ j t c assistance.s i s

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I 5i FRIENDSHIP KITS-American Red Cross director of Southeast Asia gives' a Friend-

: ship Kit to a 78 xear-ld Vietnamese woman.. Although designed and packed by -...Wltlir- *+I k
I_ ___ American Red Cross youth (for children in South Vietnam, the health and recreationitem FRIEND IN NEED--To a serviceman in a field hospital in South .
INSURANCE AGENCY' will bring as much happiness to the elderly woman as to the youngsters wait :
HOSPITAL 1 CARE-More than 100 Red Cross volunteersgive ing their turns. Vietnam'! the Red Cross insignia represents a friend he can
f their service each month to patients at the Naval Hospital.The count ,on when the chips are down. The Red Cross Director ;
3462. Blanding: Blvd: Phone; 771-9511 volunteers try to comfort patients, assist in letter writ visits with a patient, the recipient of a Red Cross comfort

\ .Inv..... _and,_ ri nav: ''a:- (friendlv...,-..-., visit.-.-.-. 'kit n._, :-and..- Consults-"-..-.-.._ with n,.... .him....., _nhnnt_..".,.... ni hit 1 ... famllu iamiioacK. ...... KL.. < '.Lk-. .....<..%...mA......

, I- American Red. Cross. :The; Serviceman's'"s FriendNot I

long ago, the young wife tablished In 1881, has the responsibility States and overseas. Assisting with letter writing, rising from the consequent lack service with mass' feeding,temp-
and daughter of a NAS Jax bas- of helping military Volunteers shopping, wrapping and mailing of funds. orary housing in shelters and rebuilding -
ed Marine were seriously Injuredin personnel and their families scnve for patients who are unable to Funds advanced by field direc- homes and businesses YougetaIotof, '
l an automobile accident in \ : inuoiems. they cannot handle Uniformed, trained Red Cross perform such activities for them- tors are predominantly in the tabllshments. ,
Seattle, Wash. The wife's parents alone, as in the above case. volunteers offer assistance to selves. form of interest-free loans, the Prior to the time hurricane '
were advised .to get. word of Often problems arise because$ chapters and field directors in I .* Visiting with patients, especially -: repayment of .which is usuallyby Beulah hit the Gulf Coast|nearly holiday happiness '
their condition to the husband as military life may impose unusual 'niccung:; the needs of servicemen those without friends re- allotment of pay and gearedto September, Red Cross disaster ': .
quickly as possible. They immediately stress, personal sacrifice and and their families.At Matlves' near enough tovisit them. the serviceman's' financial a- teams moved Into the area .
turned to the local hardships as a result of separation the NAS hospital, over 100 And, planning, conducting and bility to repay. and made preparations to feed, free with every ..I.an'from ,.()
Red Cross. from family and friends anda Red Cross volunteers give their coordinating medically approved During the 1967 fiscal year the set up shelters and assist displaced -
Within a few hours the NAS changed way of life. Duringthe service each month. During recreation services- for patients. NAS and Cecil Field Red. Cross families. After the dIsaster -
C. IT.:
Red Cross field director had made loans totaling the American Red Cross
1967 fiscal year the NAS and November, 1967, over2,600, man- Financial AssistanceRed chapters
received the message and per- Cecil Field Red Cross chapters hours of work was given by 130 Cross financial assistanceis $$32,000, and gave over :$$1,000, housed 175,000, jpeople.In 274 ..
sonally delivered it to the ser- served over 3,400, individual cases volunteers at'' the hospital, according available to servicemen and in grants, according to Virginia shelters and fed over 225,000.,
viceman and his commanding of- Gunter, NAS/Cecil/ Field Assis- Today, to a serviceman in a
according to field director to Helen Husted, NAS
wives and children in Need a holiday loan? Then expect to get your money
field director. hospital In South Vietnam,
Campbell> Fowler. Hospital Red Cross field
of and-in
continued Red Cross as- To out their Congress- director. cases emergency need Victims the Red Cross insignia re- fast when you come to Universal C.I.T.. Reason? C.I.T.is .
carry the solution of
: Buy with cash and save! sistance husband applied for delegated obligation, Red Cross The hospital Red Cross vol- problems-- a- During natural. disasters ,the, presentsthe combined interest of famous for quick, convenient service..whether, you
and received-emergency leaveto r Americans and individuals who
chapters have been established in unteers"provide such" servicesas -
.. American National Red Cross organizes need for holiday shopping or any other worth.
return home and be with his 3,000, communities, and field directors : serve their country In the arm- money
Buy with an wife and daughter. and their assistants are *. Furnishing articles for the relief through Immediate ed forces. while purpose. Come in and see us. But one word of

: Started'in 1881 stationed on all military installations comfort of patients when such caution: don't' expect to leave our office so quickly that
.and at principal military articles are not otherwise avail- won't' have time for friendly holiday wish. (If
HFC Big Purchase Loan The American Red Crosses hospitals, both in, thc,'United able. ,..' WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO. we a you
\\00 .. are really in a big hurry, we'll' call out t a cheery greet.

Buying a color TV? A better car? New'' AIR CONDITIONERS ing as you run out the door.)

.' furniture? You cwi probably get a better .:, I It. '. HEW &, USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES OVER 450 OFFICES FROM COAST TO COAST
bargain with cash in hand. You'll' be ableto SANTA } \ LARGE t. NEW & USED TV SETS : '
shop anywhere and look for the very best : l NEW ADDING MACHINES .

savings on the exact brand or model you II your gilt Hit A NEW DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS LOANS TO

want. Then as you enjoy your big purchase, I I. lone, and '\\J,f NATIONAL N Freight Salvage Easy Credit Terms
your '
you repay HFC conveniently. So make that & Browse! CASH
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big purchase now with an HFC Big finances short, MOTORS!
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Cash.. MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS assets in _
v...Get$ NOW 62 VW Convertible. $$490 70 2169.39 I

,.,24." _,D'7mft II, ,Dits U, Pyts,6 ,. \ with p 0 Excess ofCREDIT U t I _GIVE MOM A REST 1 :* 100 $3OOO't.

$$100 5.93 7.29 ;10.07 $$18.48 a F tc 61 TR *..,3 Roadster.$350$ lW 2 2redlt
200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.91 $$700,000,000., 11 AND: TREAT THE ENTIRE; life' ,accident and h.alth ineursecs rates.

300 500 28.97 17.79 21.88 3585 30.21 49.15 55.45 91.18. ; '. .. _________ 61 PONTIAC 2 DR. $$390 FAMILY TO A. iiiiTs TI '
600 34.39 _42.66 59.35 109.80. "
If you are retiring from mil I
Ch.g.z .vi nmptittd" at 3 JCY. on that pert oflClNdul.d UNION Fried
,mn4 2% on monthly', any: ,rtmaitutn.Manett", ,,, ,not This fttnJitit tttu4ult. ,.t30O U 58 VW. Sedan. $$390 vr
tendon,(nornf"'/ "paymtnt' ,, a4 illcllUlu ."ru. itary._ service or being released III

from active duty Many Used VW's\ '
CHRISTMAS between ages 24-45 and Priced RIGHT! TRE'r71' at Cedar River :

p FINANCE this year desire to earn in excess ... "
see us TODAY! We Cater To 3312 leech Blvd. 4 ,
; of $$10,000 I per year in sales S ServicemenWe ,. DAILY "71:30: AM
25 West Forsyth_St.-Phone: 355-9683 Jax I i1hug'( ttetf.ltCall/ HR. BRIDGE .,ySellFilslce6566Normandy ..b- TAKE-OUT SERVICE Jacksonville.., ., Florida, 32207

Cedar Hills Shopping Center
3734 Blanding_Blvd.-77 1-9 190 CREDIT/ t/IWON PHONE: 398. 1581r ,

359-6936 Blvb.
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone 398-4541
( ,.c.... .., Aik.bit. ttur_"",ning b.uri. T T.t.( 3S4-4121'*f B a...fit$8507 jp.J2llE.r20S/ | S. t 1- (,' .
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: DURING DISASTER--Prior to the time hurricane Beulah I ____ 4 "
'. hit the Gulf Coast, Red Cross disaster teams were moved Into *
4 the area making preparations to feed, set up shelters and )t'i;

: assist families. The American Red Cross housed 175,000,

I persons in 274 shelters and was feeding 225,000, victims at ___
the peak of the operations. S

t _. > ?-- -1 LOCAL ASSISTANCE-Mn. V. Gunter, NAS assistant, field
director, discusses the need (for emergency leave with one of
t NATIONWIDE hundreds of Jacksonville area sailors that seek Red Cross
t 3r : '.S assistance.

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FRIENDSHIP KITS-American Red Cross director of Southeast Asia gives a Friend
ship Kit ,to a 78 year.old Vietnamese woman. Although designed and packed by '::4
1 American Red Cross youth (for children in South Vietnam, the health and recreation
j I FRIEND IN NEED--To a serviceman in a field hospital in South fI
INSURANCE AGENCY' item will bring as much happiness to the elderly, woman as to the youngsters wait.. :
.i HOSPITAL 1 CARE-Hore than 100 Red Cross volunteers give ing their turns. vietnam/ the Red Cross insignia represents a friend he can
( their service each month to patients at the Naval Hospital.The I:ount on when the chips are down. The Red Cross Director

t 3462, Blanding: Blvd: Phone; 771-9511, volunteers try to comfort patients, assist in letter writ ,visits with a patient, the recipient of a Red Cross comfortkit

ing and pay/ a friendly visit.American. Ss I and consults with him about his family back home.

I Red Cross. ::. .The; Serviceman' s FriendNot S I

long ago, the young wife tablished in 1881.. has the responsibility States and overseas. Assisting with letter writing, rising from the consequent lack service with mass feeding,temp--
and daughter of a NAS Jax bas- > of helping military) Volunteers shopping, wrapping and mailing of funds. orary housing in shelters and rebuilding -
ed Marine! were seriously injured personnel and their families soi- for patients who are unable to Funds advanced\ by field direc- homes and businesses YougetaIotof.
in an automobile accident in \vc piuoiems' they cannot handle Uniformed, trained Red Cross perform such activities for them- tors are predominantly in the tablishments.
Seattle, Wash. The wife's' parents alone, as in the above case. volunteers offer assistance to selves. form of Interest-free loans, the Prior to the time hurricane .
1 were advised ,to get word of Often problems arise because chapters and field directors in Visiting with patients, especially .- repayment of .which is usuallyby Beulah hit the Gulf Coast )nearly 'holiday happiness
their condition to the husband as military life may impose unusual i 'niccung the needs of tervicemeTiand those without friends or relatives allotment of pay and gearedto September, Red Cross disaster '" ,. ;
quickly as possible. They immediately stress, personal sacrifice and their families.At near enough to visit them. the serviceman's' financial a- teams moved into the area '
turned to the local hardships as a result of separation the NAS hospital over 100 And, planning, conducting and bility to repay. and made preparations to feed, S free with every loan
1iI Red Cross. from family and friends and Red Cross volunteers give their coordinating medically approved During the 1967 fiscal year the set up shelters and assist dis-
Within a few hours the NAS a dunged way of life. Duringthe service each month. During recreation services for patients. NAS and Cecil Field Red d Cross placed families. After the disaster -
from C. I.T.:
Red Cross field director had 1967 fiscal year the NAS and November, 1967, over2,600, man- Financial AssistanceRed chapters made loans totaling the American Red Cross
received the message and per- Cecil Field Red Cross chapters hours of work was given by 130: Cross financial assistance( $J2,000: and gave over\ $$1,000, housed 175,000, people' in 274
sonally delivered it to the ser- served over 3,400, individual cases volunteers at the hospital, according Is available to servicemen and in grants, according to Virginia shelters and fed over 225,000.,
viceman and his commanding of- Gunter, NAS/Cecil/ Field Assis- Today, to a serviceman in a
according to field director to Helen I lusted, NAS their
wives and children
in Need a holiday loan? Then expect to get your money
in South Vietnam
field director. hospital ,
ficer.With Campbell( > Fowler.To Hospital Red Cross field
:: continued Red Cross assistance out their Congress- director. cases of emergency need and In Victims the Red Cross insignia re- fast when you come to Universal C.I.T. Reason? C.I.T.is .
carry the solution of
with cash and problems aI' -
Buy !
save husband applied for delegated obligation, Red Cross The hospital Red Cross volunteers -- During natural disasters ..the. presentsthe combined interest of famous for quick, convenient service..whether* you
and received leaveto r Americans and individuals who
mergency chapters have been established in r such h'' -
: return home and! be with l his 3,000, communities, and field directors as: provide services I' AI American National Red Cross organizes serve their country in the arm- need money for holiday shopping or any other worth-
Buy with an wife and daughter. and their assistants are *5 Furnishing articles for the r. relief through immediate ed forces. while purpose. Come in and see us. But one word of

' Started In 1881 stationed on all military install- comfort of patients when such caution: don't' expect to leave our office so quickly that

: HFC Big Purchase Loan The American Red Cross.es, hospitals ations and, at both principal in. ,the military'United able.articles are not otherwise avail- I WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO. we won't' have_ ,time for a friendly' hqliday wish. (If you

.. are really in a big hurry, we'll call out t a cheery greet. S

--- P! AIR CONDITIONERSNEW ing as you run out the door.)
Buying a color TV? A better car? New '
furniture? You cwi probably get a betterS r, & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES OVER 450 OFFICES FROM COAST TO COAST

bargain with cash in hand. You'll' be able SANTA SAYS : -' LARGE \t: //t.t.) NEW & USED TV SETSiittl
to shop anywhere and look for the very best NEW ADDING MACHINES .
: on the exact brand If <:::<<:':$::'
savings model '
want. Then as you enjoy your big purchase, NATIONAL : Credit Termsimnm
If long, and }m-Jv Freight Salvage Easy
your 11
you repay HFC conveniently. So make that Hrs. 9 a.m. 7 p p.m. Come In & Browse/ you on S
big purchase now with an HFC Big finance short, MOTORSBARGAINLOT
COMPANYassets Monthly 31 30

Purchase Loan. LET US HELP you S ;5326; W scoM S .tt Hvd.. it 103rd 7710750OPEN Payments mos. mos. mos.
_$$50 $$1549.56 $$1322.36 $S1083.54
S Y.uO.$ NOWwith 62 VW Convertible. $$490 70 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96

5" D'yU 24" P'y-U I'' D'ts U" P4ymU 6 S ''S Excess of GIVE! ::1 MOM i y.I. REST 1 100 2644.71.- 2167.09

$S100 5.93 7.29 10.07 $$18.48 a. 61 TR ,,3, .Roadster.$$350 120 2600.50
200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 : 1 $$700,000,000., 1, ___ ( : :r redlt lift' ,accidf, and ht. lth msurtnct ivnl bl.on all loans at low group rates.
300 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45 CREDITUNION :
500 28.97 3585 49.75 91.78 ; 61 PONTIAC 2 DR. $$390 ,
600 3-1.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 : If you are retiring from "military JliuifirhMJa3P
Charges art comptttta at g 3% on,tkat. /part of.1t ..
,and KktduUd 1% on"monthly".. any, ::ttmatndtr.his.not, Tills ticudint tduduU,,,,$9300 u 58 VW. Sedan. $$390 ..
baud,", 'rompt'paymtnt'" and inclui 1 ell." ... service or being re III .
leased from active ,
For a 3438 BLANDING BLVD.at =1// .
HOUSEHO 58's *
ages 24-45 and Cedar River

I FINANCE see this us TODAY year !' .dJII&io::\ ''Y) desire to earn in excessof Priced We (Cater RIGHT To! % II._ ii. PH.771-.55$1I S 3312, .luck' Blvd. "',:,'" < '

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$$10,000, per year in sales ServicemenWe ,... DAILY 11:30: AM "
25 West$ Forsyth_St.-Phone: 355-9683 Ja% /Navy Fetleltat/ ---Call MR. BRIDGEor S. Buy-Sell-FiHGRce .y,, TAKE-OUT SERVICE JicksoBville., Floridi, 32207

Cedar Hills Shopping Center ITCIIE

3734 Blanding_Blvd.-77 1-9 190 (OREDf} / tIlWON MR. WAITES 6566 Normandy FRESH WATER CHANNEL CATFISH ANbHUSHPUPPlESsii PHONE: 398. 1581 5

3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 JAX HAS BLOC. J9 CECIL FIELD BLOC. 26 3596936FOR Blvb. unit* *n si i its i'.mi hi > sir -Ik**
I S S ( S c c , ,Asfc,*but"'" .n..r...&............ S T.I 364-4121.<$...Las.8507 7.1. JP'.JZJJ$ Ed 20S t'"'t '.' .
:- .: .' "-:,'<, .: >;.. ;.. : .< . . . Hovrtt..,.,*>*..Pri.f.30-4.)0,: :) H....,,,Noft..Frl. .JO.JOO, : APPOINTMENT: >; ( 781-4978 HIM IWI \ s I'l' AJI s *JH\ia 1 I M HVU I . c "
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---*.. .. Jax MarinesGySgt.

Ralph T. White receiveda
nrw,bw 1'b Navy Achievement Medal with

LfGJ 0 0 (!][ ]cf] w N tion Col.Combat Detachment A. E."V"James Nov commander., Marine 29 from Avia-Lt'.-

White was awarded the medal
for his superior performance of
duties while service with the Air-

ITGJffi ffiD[?[? 0 frames Maintenance Division of Squadron Headquartersand 12

First Marine Aircraft Wing In ,
Vietnam from Aug. 21. 1966. to
Sept. 18, 1967.
The citation from LtGen. Vic-
tor II. Krulak commanding gen-
eral Fleet Marine Force, Pacific
read in
"Displaying exceptional initiative -
and resourcefulness he
i maintained his division at maxi-
mum operational effectiveness
greatly enhancing the combat
fs COMMAND INSPECTION -. RAdm. E. E. Christensen Chiefof posture of his unit. Through

Naval Air Technical Training, presented a commendationto ingenuity and mechanical skill, '.
Cpl. David C. Price for attaining the highest average ever he designed numerous intricate
recorded at AE/A school, 98.00, at NATTC's inspection on airframe repairs to battle dam-
Dec. 8. aged aircraft which restored
them to duty in an extremely
== -;, short period of time.
NATTC The citation went onto say'His
: The Scene
Model'VJP63 ,!t) tireless efforts and steadfast determination -
By Tom Raker inspired all who observed -
I AN George W. Foote III, has to St. Augustine. The trip is him and contributed significantly
been selected as Serviceman of sponsored by the city of St. to the accomplishment of
RCA VICTOR IMPORTABLE STEREORCA the Month at NATTC. Foote has Augustine and USO Councils of St. his unit's mission."
distinguished himself by his Augustine and St. Johns County.
clerical work in a support billetat ********
Victor brings the exciting modular look to port. AE school. Seven members of Class 725: THE

able stereo. Sqlid State 20-watt peak power amplifier Foote will receive a commendtion -
assures utmost dependability. Deluxe Studiomatic which reads in part: "Air- SHAMROCK<
Foote excellent
man presents an
speed automatic/manual changer with tubular
example of military appearance ';
Feather Action Tone Arm, diamond Ifd
stylus. Magnetic neatness and courtesy His out- :,TERRACE
tone arm lock. Six speakers: two 9* ovals and four standing performance and devo- t
3W tweeters In liftoff enclosures. tion to duty reflect the type of /" San Juan
man of whom theNavy fs proud." ( -y at NiblickI

In addition to the commendation -
$ and the title of "Serviceman I Lt i Bedrooms
189n Garden T>pcCiuntr Apurlmenlsu'ull
I of the Month, Foote will
k horns be awarded a $50 U. S. Savings IoJCtIIO:4rJU"h;

_.nkrhYmxit Bond and an expense paid trip m Kitchens equipped w\ih ti j-C
RY Ranges t; Kr '" It'rIoJIOHI

.THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICS Activities Set e. Individual: ,A.r ('ondiuoiiaia' 1
and Heating bG C **%.
grapes FunusieilW|
Holiday HoursThe I. Wall ror\ 1I Carpeting and
Large Siviminttui' IVoJ' .

Rollaround Stereo station's PostOffice.Bldg. Airman Foote Phone 384-4406

920, has announced the following
graduated from AO/B School on
hours in which they will open for
December ft The men were
Christmas mailing: Friday AOJ John H. Baugh, AOl John NAVY
8 a.m. to 4:30: p.m.; Saturday8 -
F. Burns, AOl Edward G. Clark,
a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday AO2 Billy R. Mabry. AO2
through Dec. 22-8 a.m. to Charles E. Revels, A02 Sammy y4b
4:30: p.m.; Dec. 23-8 a.m. to M1r@)
2:30 p.m. F. Rlgdon. and AO2 FrederickG.Silcox. 'J

) Burns, who had an average of
The Navy Wives Nursery,Bldg. 91.32 was class honorman and
560, has announced the follow- leader. INSURANCE
ing hours of operation for the ******** ;
holiday season: Saturday, Dec. Thirteen men graduated from
23-7 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.; Sunday Leadership School on December
Dec. 24 8:45 a.m. to 8. Coming from NATTC, NAS, .r
noon; Friday, Dec. 29 -.7 a.m.
NARTII and Cecil Field, the
The OUF.UOMode' to midnight; Saturday, Dec. 30 men were: ADR2 H. C. Cowart,
''JT16 7 a.m. to midnight; Sunday, Dec.
ADJ2 J. L. Crews, SK2 W L.
31 8:45: a.m. to noon. Reopensat
.nr Davenport TM2 G. P. Gagner,
6:30: p.m. and remains open A02 R. D. Gray, ADR3 A. R.
RCA VICTOR "TEA CART" STEREOON till 3: a.m. Reservations. only. Hettrick, ADJ2 J. C. Humphries,
Call 3891732.The TD2 W. A. Leibe, AE2 J. T. Logan -
All Saint's Chapel Church L. Thurston, AE2 R. L.West-
complete radio and record listening enjoyment on School will present its. annual hal, and ATR2 J. A. Wright.
wheels..Total Sound 20-watt peak power stereo amplifier drives Christmas program In the Chapel Company commander for the
two 9'oval duo-cone speakers.Sensitive FM-AM and FM Stereo Sunday at 3 p.m. class was Gray. Leibe USNRR -
l radio. Studlomatic speed changer. The children will present the TAR.'was} platoon commander
Record-protecting Feather Action Tone C H II95 Christmas'story In verse and as well as the honor student.
song. Mrs. Ruth Rodgers is dir- lIe finished the three week I '
Arm. Separate bass, treble, loudness 2 A I
and stereo balance controls. ecting the program with the assistance course with an average of 9646. j
of the school's teachers. Attached to NARTU', his commanding -*?
The station's military and civi- officer, Capt. C. D.
lian personnel are invited to at- Simonsen, presented him his rIr.IAJe
; THE MOST TRUSTED NAME IN ELECTRONICS tend. honorman certificate.:


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103rd St. 771-0409
F Jammesfc 619 Blandin Blvd. Ph. 771-0170 246-6680 AGENT.GARRISON; ISM
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I ,Movies' Club Schedules

MOVIE' will be shown reg- "0" Club: Enjoy the beefeater's buffet today from 6 to 10 pm
ularly at the NAS Jax Theatreat Tomorrow and Saturday afternoon from 3:30 to 6 p.m. is Happy ii.1I8-4
6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru Hour and the Champagne special is featured both evenings. Danceto
Saturday. There will also be a the sounds of Sam Ross tomorrow evening. Saturday night has
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays. The Other Side in the spotlight. Take the family to the buffet dinner

Sunday and holidays. The Hospital Sunday from 6 to 9 p.m. Foreign dish night is featured every Ads should be mailed tc the Holt Publlshlnq' Company'
Theatre will have one weekly Tuesday\ from 6 to 10 p.m. Wednesday is family night -- chicken 1950 Blinding Blvd Jacksonville. Florida 32210 to arrive'
feature at 7 p.m. Daily. all you can eat served from 6 to 9 p.m. The club servesa not lacer than Tuesday for publication the 'following Thursday
Matinees will be shown on weekends luncheon from 11:15 a.m. to 1'45 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
at 2 and !5 p.m.Thursday Tickets for the New Years Eve party are now on sale at the main following week unless the publisher 'is instructed other
desk of the club. wise., A check or money' order for the full cost of the ad must,
Dec. 14 CPO CLUB: Pizzas are featured today for $.75. Western music be received WITH the copy for the ad.

NAS: "IT'S A BIKINI WORLD will be played by Mark Castle. Dine on the seafood special for $1.25
': Tommy Kirk and Deborah Walley. and dance to the music of Bud Clark. tomorrow evening. The bar DO NOT SEND CASH
Rating Not Available. ((94 Min.) will be closed until 3 p.m. for a under privileged children's party. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lin.s). . . . 12.00
, : HOSPITAL: 633 M SQUAD- The Page Fives will be on hand Saturday evening. Try the sirloin Pr additional; line ((4 words per lin.*,. .. . .0.50
RON": Cliff Robertson and steak special for $1.65. Mark Castle is featured Sunday night.

'. Geroge Chakeris. Rating Very Dinner specials for Tuesday and Wednesday are fried chickenand
" .t. Good. ((109 Min.) rib eye ,steak.. Tickets for the New Years Eve party are now
Gifts that
ATTENTION SAILOR'sWork 2 For Individualized only
ort sale. Game night has been moved to 6 p.m. Sundays.
Friday, Dec. 15 -BLUE]ACKETS INN! The Redcoats will appear tonight. Phil to 3 hours per evening, earn $60 can give. Will help you carry out
Cay and the Qiantels make the scene tomorrow evening. Saturdayand and up per week Must be E-4 your own ideas'for your particular -
x NAS: "EIGHT ON TIlE LAM": Sunday afternoon features the beat of the New Sounds. Hear or above married and have car. piece of ceramics.We have
Bob Hope and Phyllis Diller. For appointment call 359-1719 Christmas trees&supplies.Custom -
the Sixteens Saturday evening and the Societys Sunday night.
Rating: Excellent." ((114 Min.) The Clubs are under the spotlight Monday. with Viva Italia Nile till 10:00 p.m. any evening. firing. Priscilla's CeramicsPh.
HOSPITAL: 633 SQUADRON" 771-7036 7121 Shlndler Dr.
featured The Sixteens
also. Beef n' Burgundy Night Is Tuesday.
: Cliff Robertson. will swing that evening. Hear the New Sounds Wednesday night. FOR SALE: Welsh pony gentle.
Saturday, Dec. 16 Tickets for the New Years Eve Party are now on sale in the club Good 1962 Chev. Station Wagon CPO KHAKI- SUITS EXTRA
house. Call 771-3881 PANTSOne Insp One Slider. "WOo
NAS: "RETURN OF THE Coats 40-41 Pants 3638. All
ACEY DUCEY CLUB: Tonight is the free Wine Tasting Event
SEVEN": Yul Brynner and Ro- beginning at 7:30: p.m. Music will be played by the Country Partn- FOR SALE ORTEGA HILLS 41/21c .$50 Cash. Phone 388-2134
bert Fuller. Rating -VeryGood. ers. Hear the sounds of Mark Castle tomorrow evening. Satur- G.I. Loan, 3 BR, Fla. Rm., W/W
((103 Min.) day and Sunday evening features the Five Clubs. Tickets for the Carpet, A/C,Kit equipped Patio "REAL ESTATE: We will helpi'::
HOSPITAL: "EIGHT ON THELAM" New Years Eve Party are now on sale in the club house RW Fence.Payments only$83.23. you Buy, Sell or Invest. .*
: Bob Hope. Phone 389-3800 Bowen Real Estate Realtor""
CANDLELIGHT CLUB: Happy Hour will be Monday through Friday ,
Sunday, Dec. I 17 < from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Liquor prices are: popular beer $.15, HOT POINT CHEST FREEZER USN Retired 384 1376. ...

. NAS: "TEXAS ACROSS TIlE premium beer $.20, mixed drinks $.25, draft beer $.15, $.10 15 cu. ft. Used 3 mo. $115 STEREO SYSTEM '
RIVER": Dean Martin and Rosemary off for call liquor. Tonight and Sunday evening the Red Coats will 264-6310 Walnut console like new. Reliable -
Forsyth.(109MIin.Rating-( ) play 'while the go-go girls dance.Dress is casual. The Andy Chaky party can pay off $87.,

Excellent. Trio will appear tomorrow and Saturday evening. A free glassof FOR RENT UNFURNISHED or assume $8 monthly paymentsA
HOSPITAL: "RETURN OF wine is served with dinner on Friday and a cigar for the gentlemenis Fla. Rm. $100. Newly painted in- 1 Warehouse 1606 Main St.
THE SEVEN": Yul Brynner. served with dinner on Saturday evening. Coats and ties please. side. 5142 Batley Rd. Phone
Sunday a free dessert Is given with dinner. A bottle of champagneis
Dec. 18
free with dinner if celebrating a birthday or anniversary.!
JOCKEY?? For Information call:
. 1 356 8351. Day or night.
MILLION": Audrey Hepburn and Sunroof 34,000 mi. one -owner
Peter O'Toole.((127 Min.)Rating- MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll excell. condit., $950. 389-3537 '
Very Showings at 5:30 and
Houses & Apts. Equity VA &
8:15 p.m. All FOR SALE GOLF CART Cush-
Ranks Ages FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
HOSPITAL: "TEXAS ACROSS man, New battery and charger, USN/Ret.
Call Powell Mills
THE IVER": Dean Martin. LOW RATES tires, and or
new upholstery paint, .264 2411. Orange ParkRealty.WIL ..
Tuesday, Dec. 19' trailer and hitch included. Make
offer 781-2125, 5-7 p.m. only.
Gavin and George Raft. ((94 Min.) 4 3 BR House W/blt In Kit & Near JAX and CECIL, 1 bl*. .
Rating Good.HOSPITAL est of 5900 blk. of Jammes Road.
PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL refrig. Large Fenced Back Yard
: "HOW TO STEALA Newly painted exterior. Assume All new paint all ground floor.
MILLION": Audrey Hepburn. FHA Loan$85.05 mo. 2 BR, LR, Brk. nook park 2
6130 cars and boat. $85 mo. includes
Wednesday, Dec. 20 INSURANCE 771-6183.Georgewood(Conv.Lane to NAS W. water, sewage, garbage: lawn
NAS "GAMBIT" care!387-2541; nights and weekends -
; : Shirley JAX & Cecil.)_ -
McClalne and Michael. Caine.((117 UNDERWRITERS, INC. Comp. Furn. 5 RM Duplex Inc. 389-0744.

Min.HOSPITAL) Rating Excellent. (formerly \,\eDol/floll'/$( | Insurance, / Lines & Silver. lovely, Adults EFFICIENCY APARTMENT $70
: : 1 3804 Valencia Rd. $85
Jean Gavin. 6479 Ruswlt Blvd. 388-7676 Only utilitiesNow avail. 3889886. Includes all utilities except tele-
phone. 1 mile north of JAX NAS.
Call Ui Anytime 4339 Timuquana Road. Call after
SMOKE A SAFER CIGARETTEfor 5 p.m. or Sat. & Sun., 3889725.
FOR YOUR BOATING/ 12tf a pack. Phone 388 -,

NEEDS... 8273. Dealers Wanted. FOR RENT3BRHOUSEFurn..,

Park or per- .
Orange temp.
Inlet HOLIDA SPECIALS!! Would like to Swap Duty Station manent qtrs. Will rent to bach-
for Jax Area Presently in Al- elors. Phone 2646884.
Marine ALL CARSWHOLESALE ameda, Calif. Aviation Store-
keeper 2nd class, EAOS is 7-5- .
72. Shore duty ends 1970. R.E.
SALES nd SERVICE PRICED Bartleson 1412 Sherman St. FOR RENT--2 TRAILERSEach
Apt. A Alameda Calif. 94501 2 BR, 55X10 $85 mo. 50 X 8-'
Mercury andMerCruiser This Weekend!! $75 mo. Excel. Fishing. Free
use of Boat wk. days. Also
launching ramp & dock. 15 min,
APARTMENTSC1eanBugFree NAS. Ideal for bachelors. Also

BUCKS USED CARS Mod.Sewage Trlrs.&water, furnished.Patios Awnings Priced 2 able.Trailer 2649740.I Parking. Spaces avail-

for Serv. Pers., 4600 Alden St.

Always Your Bucks Worth at Buck s NAS Qukon 389-3007.Across from Main Gate BUY USED GUNS ANY CON- '

... 65 RAMBLER CLASSIC 63 FORD 4 DOOR DITION Prefer American
"660" 4. door, R '& H, A/T. A/T, R & H, WSW. ((3)) SINGERS $25 Manufacturer NAS Ext. 2330or
SEWING MACHINES $25. Each 264 4431.
64 MONZA COUPE Guaranteed. Left in warehouse.
Extra Nice! Hardtop, Fully Equipped Good condition. Does everything IF YOU WANT A' WATERFRONT '

62 RAMBLER complete with attachments lot why not phone now for.
price list and terms.
WAGON Yours for the storage charge only
Convertible, Floor shift, STATION $25. each. Call 353-1946 any- BLACK CREEK HILLS
.. ...;;;;;;; Turbocharger One owner Very clean! time. Ask for Warehouse. Will has so much offer From 3500.

62 CORVAIR 4. DOOR 63 ENGLISH FORD deliver, no obligation. 1606 Main PYATT INC. R. E. Broker
733 8872 355 2222
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! : 'r--.' .: t. Exercise Caution when Buying Used CarPS

INAVY tom. .A VYa t t I
,. a Not long ago, a young Navyman Half tile: battle of choosing a car Is to avoid demonstrators, ;
bought a used car from a dealerin good used car is choosing a good driving training cars and repos \
Washington, D.C. dealer. Your chances of choosinga sessions. Demonstrators and
( The car, the salesman assured good dealer wll be improvedif driver training cars are often
} him, was "In perfect mechanical you follow a few simple rules-- driven hard and carelesslybyln- ,
.. condition." In fact, one of its 1. Patronize only authorized experineced drivers. The former ;
outstanding features was its dealers. owner of repossessed car prob- :
"completely rebuilt engine." 2. Find out the kind of war- ably skimped on sen'icing.
In test driving the car, the ranty a dealer provides. A less Ordinarily, your best buy is )
Navyman had noticed a slight th n-lOODJo warranty can be a late model used car owned by :,
drag between the time the accelerator merely a means of increasing a responsible individual, but you
was depressed and the profits through expensive repairs must shop carefully. "Cleanusedcars \
engine responded, but the sales- 3. Look over a dealer's re-"" are scarce and some cars r
man had convinced him that only pair shop before you buy. Inadequate on the lots today are re-cond-
"a minor carburetor adjust- service facilities could itioned "clunkers". Reported the
ment" was necessary. He even be indicative of superficial reconditioning Wall Street Journal in late Aug-
. promised a "50/50 warranty"if -- and should forewarn, ust. "Many lots are .full of
WIVES CLUB ##86 contributed $182.55, proceeds from anything went wrong with the you that extensive repairs and re- cars. .but. .. a surprisinglylarge !
bazaar to the Family Christmas Sharing Program. Chaplain car, the dealership would bear placements are on the horizon.. *. ( share of them are old
\ Joseph C. Simpson program's coordinator, accepted the check half the repair cost. 4. Stay away from dealers clunkers." ,

from Mrs. Thomas Wofford, club chairman, as Mrs. Leon Con- After driving the car one day, who use irresponsible advertising. One dealer was quoted as say-
the Navyman found that "it would- Several years ago, an ad ina ing: "I've never seen so many
ley president (far left) and Mrs. Thomas Bennett co-chair not start three quarters of the St. Louis, Mo. paper promised candidates for the boneyard in
a f man (far right) look on. time unless it was pushed." He "3 1/4 time financing", but the my life."

'-.-- -- .... returned to his dealer's wherea "3 1/4 was! not an interest The Journal also noted that,
Naval Aviators mechanic diagnosed his prob- rate; it was the multiplier usedIn "a few dealers are relying on
.. ORANGESGRAPEFRUIT blem as "the spark plugs, coil computing the customer's more extensive reconditioningof
Slate ReunionA and points' and replaced them. monthly payment.A beat-up, late-model used carsto
TANGERINES, The engine started once,but after legitimate dealer normally make them, saleable."
KUMQUATS BIG LEMONS for Naval Aviators that the car had to be pushed charges anywhere from "$6 to If a car has an automatic trans-
survey "
before it would "turn over. $9 per $100per year" and one mission, drive it up a steep
CAIAMONDINS being concerning conducted a proposed and reunion is Disgusted, the Navyman took who advertises substantiallylessfor hill to make sure the gears shift
Sweet, Juicy, Tree Ripened the Chief of is Naval sponsoredby Air his car to a specialist and then used car financing is probablynot smoothly and do not slip. Slip-
SEE THEM ON Training. he learned the truth: the com quoting his true interest rate. ping Is present if you hear the
THE TREES pletely rebuilt engine" was a engine race just before the pears
Due to the bright color o'the Last June, as part of Pensa- mini-bus engine equipped with a First Rules shift from first to second and if
fruit color and film okapi may totuggtst cola's annual Fiesta of Five Flags governor. It would not operate Unlessyou are an exceptionallygood the shift is rough and jerky. Most
celebration, a reunion was held, properly until the governor was judge of cars. th*. first rule automatic transmissions are set
BEAUTIFULCHRISTMAS but was not under Navy spon- removed and othe major repairs of thumb in picking a good used to shift when the speed of the car
GIFT sorship. The Navy plans to spon- were made. The cost of the job? reaches 15!> m.p.h. so be especially -
PACKAGESALPINE sor 1968's event. About $80. Your TimetableOnce observant of the performance -

The forms are being distributed when this speed is reached.
GROVESSWITZERLAND and submission of individual you are discharged from If you are in doubt about a car
replies is encouraged in view of f you plan to buy a used car the service you have: you Intend to purchase, drive it
FLORIDA the critical time element in plan- and you aren't a seasoned buyer through a diagnostic center--available -
" Four mllei: beye"4 Wesley Meet 10 days to advice any local in most major citiesor --
.it Florid. 13. Turn down 1 tone ning the reunion. this article is meant for you.
'to river. et ijfitl,,.!.,.Lute. l left gotoInto Additional forms, if required, A used car is a good buy onlyif Selective Service board of your have a qualified mechanic
rente address. it for The $10
are available through COMF AIR- you are a good buyer.DON'T current appraise you.
M JAX. 30 days to register with Sel- or $15 you will pay for pro-

i r6'6'6' _6'__1'_1'_1'_1'_1'IIII.I._ __ __'I"____"__"__mm______1' 1'_ rllllll"I"'IIIII_ __ _ __ ective Service (if not registered fessional advice might be one
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o- before you entered service). of the best investments you could
*, ; : MISS THESE 90 days to apply to your former make and it could save you from
I CHOCK y. 1u employer for your old job. wasting $1000 or $1500 on a
120 days to convert your Ser- "lemon".

.r Lt vicemen's Group Life Insurance. FinancingEven
= 1 year from date of VA dIsability -
rating to get G.I. life In- if your dealer promises
H "Yf"n 4.1 surance. "bank financing", check and
I 1 year to file for dental care. compare the loan terms of at

I 1 year to get unemployment least three lending institutions.
I compensation. Installment sales credItwhichis
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1 ; Bill education. time--is frequently more expen-
10 years plus one yea for each sive than Installment loan credit
{ PORTABLE TV'sCOLOR 90 days of active duty to geta --which, is money. For this rea-
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AMD. 53 VA 86, 51 VA 37, 67 Medical 44

AMD and VA 86 battled a Medical, still bothered by inJuries have a chance but during the

close game Monday night as AMD to players, let another second half, a few tough breaks
nipped VA 86 by two points. game slide into the hands of VA- decided the fate of the Admin. "
The score stayed even all throughthe 37. Clarkson of the Medical Five.
I quarters. team was the high scorer with
Mason was the higher scorer 16 points. a aweep
for the AMD team. Trovato of VA 37 had 26 Social. ; '
and Cleo Craigh had 22.
Marines 77 VA 174 points
VA 37 has remained.undefeatedso
The schedule for the week
The Marine team took victory far this season. next
IiMg'erij1 is follows
last week over VA 174. The With .this game under their DECEMBER as :14 '
game was even for the first half belts, the 37 team is one
5:00 VA 45vs. VA-86
and the fourth quarter was thebig step closer to the station cham- p.m.
6:15 Maines
one for the Marines. At the end pionship.VA p.m. ,(
7:30 VA-37 Admin.
of that p.m. vs.
period the score Was
77. The Marines had gained 25 36 55 VA 86. 54 DECEMBER 18 .;
5:00 VA -64vs.VA-174
p.m. .
points. real close
Spectators saw a
6:15 VA 36 VC-4
and the fourth quarter was the gamesoughtby VA 36 and VA- p.m. vs. "J
7i30 Medical AMD
big one for the Marines. At 86. Both teams were matchedfor DECEMBER p.m. 19 vs.
a the end of that period the score weight and height, but VA-
5:00 VA 174
was 77. The Marines has gained 36 got the edge during the last VS 37 .p.m. vs.y:
Commander J. L. McCracKen ing. They voted two hundred dollars 25 points. quarter when they got a one pont 6:15: Admin.t Medir?; "
has received a symbolic "first to be used for fertilizer The high scorer for the even- lead andheld it for duration of cal. p.m. vs.' *. i 1
turkey" in this years annual Rod and seed, to be planted in the ing was Morris of the Marines.He the game. High scorer for the 7:30 VA 44 i'.J.
and Gun Club Christmas Turkey Yellowwater area. This will collected 30 points. Second VA 36 team was Royster.He VA 36DECEMBER p.m. vs.
Shoot. The Rod and Gun Club is provide food for the wildlife in was Campbell with 18. The Ma- gathered 16 points. 20 ..,
sponsoring the shot today and that area. rines made 30 free throws and '
Admin.; 5:00 VA
VA 44 56 36 : p.m. 4 vs. VA64 .
tomorrow, at Field Number 1. 17 of them were completed.VA .
6:16 AMD vs. VA 45
The price is one dollar a shot. CF Pistol Admin. had a 20 point prob- p.m. i
Range 7:30 VA-86 vs. Mrarines
64, 58 VA 86 p.m.
Guns are provided by the club, lem last week as VA 44 beat
but shooters may use their own VA 64 had a big 15 point them 56 to 36. The first half eritttttttttttttt.
shotgun if they desire. Officially Open victory over the VA 86 Intramural went well for the Admin. team. a
The Club had great success Team. VA 86 was They looked as though they mightoooooocoooooooooooo HONDAMOTORCYCLES
with their Thanksgiving Turkey behind the entire game and just
Shoot and are hoping to have an The Cecil Field Pistol Range couldn't get started. High scor- >
even better time today and to- has been offically opened for use er for the VA 64 team was
Madam Palm W* Give Merchant Green Stamps!
morrow. by Squadron and Station Jordan. .
All personnel at Cecil Field personnel.The .
are welcome and are encouragedto following policy will be in VA 37, 73 VA 45 53 Reader and Advisor .

try their luck and skill at force regarding the hours of VA 37 downed the VA 45 i 'Read ,
Past Present and Future
winning a turkey. operation and the of the
use team by 20 points last week in I
Last week the Rod and Gun Range. the station gym, The scoreat MADAM your problems PALM to '-J

Club had their monthly meet- The Squadrons will be able to the half was 33 to 27, VA- 37. 0 Today and be rid of them MOTORS&CYCLES
use the Range from 8:00 to 11:30 The 37 team then proceeded to | TOMORROW!'/"
Mrs Ropiak Wins a.m., Monday thru Friday. The run away with the ballgame.Cleo
pistol team will use range from Craig was the high scorer for the 6505 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville. COMPANY INC.

11:30 thru 1:00: p.m., Monday thru evening with 22 points, and John Fla.
CF Golf TourneyEllen Friday. Station personnel have the Trovato was second with 20. 4949 Blanding
use of the range from 1:00: p.m. 725 8697
Ropiak captured the low until 3:30 p.m., Monday thru 1 g boooooooooooooooooodc PH 771-8244
gross score in this years Ladies Thursday.
Championship Tourney. This 54 Scheduling of the range will be

hotetourneywas held at the Cecil conducted by contacting the Station .,' :' -r" .
Field Golf Course. Armory at ext'; 223, Building ...
Along with Mrs. Ropiak in the 502. Range reservation will
winner circle was Betty Moran- be requested at least one day
ville. She had the low net score prior to the day needed. The Beard
for the tournament. Irma Dud- Range parties will furnish one
ley placed second low net. line Safety Petty Officer per
Captain U. L. Fretwell pre- every ten firing members, and
sented the winners with piecesof range panics will be respon- Combat Kit.It i
silver as tropies. sible for the adherence to all L
Elections of new officers took range safety precautions, rules-, .
place at the end of the 54 hole and regulations. They will be works on batteries. kox :.

competition. The officers are responsible for refacing the tar- ...t.) ,./ (f.:
as follows: Ellen Ropiak, President gets used, and policing of all l ., ,. .
Rose Weir Secretary expended brass. A4

Treasurer; Nelda Bradty, Tour- The Range Safety Petty Officer -
nament Chairman; Eldora Beck- will be provided by Air y Y .
ley, Handicap Chairman; and Ordnance and will have complete
Doris Shellman, Hospitality authority and jurisdiction over

Chairman.The the operation of the range. ,
Cecil Field Women's Golf
Association has been invited to PowerPlaNtAMDHoop
travel to Fernandina Beach for a
play day with the Fernandina Wo-
t '
men's Golf Association on the 8th Champ
of January.
; S
,1.t'lA50N Chief C. Lehosit and his Pow- \ SD
er Plants Five captured the AMD :
Intramural Basketball Competition fi 1
Irl trophy last week. The AMD
IfrT'N: Power Plant team was undefeated

GR through out the Intramural .y ry .
Outstanding Player Award wentto
trl10 \ Albert Jones, ? {,
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Auto PaintingHeu'ar anywhere. able shave on any terrain. It soc1osewedaretomatchitwith
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1 Price$49'S Speedshaver 20B is as cord. ror wallet and has a battery 110/220 voltage selector. More
1 less as you can get. Doesn't ejector. features than any
even need charging. It works And if you want other shaver.on .
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teries. But it gives a man-size new Norelco Re- Top', Norelco Rechargeable -
shave..a full 30-day supply. chargeable Triple. Triple-

1 Save 55.00 when you present this ad.also on regular The 20B has Microgroove" header 45CT. It delivers header. They win
Offer heads for Norelco shaves 357J twiceasmany the war against
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:loser and famous Norelco roshaves per charge as whiskers. .
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14Safety SAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER December 14, 1967

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Flag ChristmasExchange

, '
i (4 A Green-Cross-for Safety flag
: : will .be flown on the station beginning -
,.1 Dec. 28. The banner,part
Incredible Edibles and Baby
\ Council'saccident
< of the National Safety
prevention program Hungry one is a box filled
: will be raised on the Admin area with wierd molds and goopto pour
' staff and will signal days without into the mold and the other's is
' accident a doll that eat and chews. Both
4 or injury. .
are among the top selling
If an accident does occur the
flag will be lowered to half mast \ A ny toys for Christmas at the Navy
for five days or the duration of Exchange.
! the disability. The Ground Safety According to the Country Store
. staff some of the other most
.11 officer will direct. the use of
| the banner. wanted Items arebicycles.sleeping -
, "
1 bags Wonder Horse "lots of
i The initial ceremony will be
conducted by Capt. U.L. Fret- guns" and guitars. There are
} well with all department heads 4 r.' pi also a few men who will receive
from Santa
golfing equipment
attending the ceremony. .
this year.
GIANT SWAP MEET Gift certificates for fruit bas-
kets still available and thereis
jIt still time to have Christmas
Bring your furnitureand _
misc. items to sell! cards personalized. workis
Blomfinti' Drive-in' ,Theatre( done in the Exchange and takes
Every Sal. 7 A.M. 6 PM was a'great day for the Blackbirds and their guests. about two days. The engraving
Sun 1 P.M6'768-4793 P.M. j department in the Country Store is
768-7058 or
prepared to decorate lighters
charms and bracelets.
I Both the Country Store and the

I' Exchange proper will remain open -
,. ,. tonight and next Thursday until
or' :' .' "
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', ,....nJ t.. .,jl "" :." "..1, :. '<.. ., ""k : 1 p.m. next Saturday.
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.... s : 'Itia vait.i#*;;' Trees are a special bargainat
the Exchange this year. Sizes
""' range from three feet all the
.;. ,,/,' ;. feet and
I.: 11' ,, .: '. way ten prices are
I. s from $1.05 to 3.15: Balsam,
'" Scotch pine and Canadian Spruceare
r '
: available.
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,; The best way is to fly United Air Most of the time it's easy getting COURTSMOTEL
; Lines. We have more seats on more home this way, but during Decem- ',
: flights to more U.S. cities than any- ber things can get a little tight. You .

one else. In U.S. uniform, with mili- might prefer making a reservation, NORTH BEACH .

tary leave authority, you can fly just to be on the safe side. IAMIIMerxk kxpsfy f bo!

United as a military stand-by for But whichever way you choose,
Here's your chance to live a lot fora
just 50% of the regular Coach fare. we hope you come to United first. little. Get away and enjoy;
This also applies within 7 days of There's no better way to get in the 110 luxury, suites motel Oceanside rooms, kitchenettes Patio

discharge. You can sit wherever the Christmas spirit than by flying Children's Pool Cable Playground TV Private Game Patios

seats are even First Class when home for the holidays in the friendly Room Golf Privileges at Private
Club and...
the other seats are filled. skies of United.

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weekend, aft. children art free when
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II December 14, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 15I
Imt. lrrutvll' Kt ( "j; l J' r. r
;. i : Pistol Team Wins Eight ,Awards
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Orson E. Wolf received eight awards as Dewar In whirl 20 rounds are
during a ceremony for fired from 50 yards and 20 from
da their marksmanship at a recent 100 yards, Sanders again took
.p 4 Gateway rifle match.Lt. top honors. Wolf placed second.
a Col. A.E, James, com Wolf then won the third match
manding officer Marine Aviation while Sanders finished second.
Detachment, made the present-
ations of behalf of the local rifle The leathernecks also won an
and pistol club. award for the fourth match, or
$ : Sanders earned one award for grand aggregate. Sanders won
taking first place marksman In first place with 1164 out of a
match one, while Wolf earned one possible] 1200 points. Wolf shot CRANNY- Irene Ryan of Film-
for capturing third. 1154, enough for second place. ways' "The Beverly Hillbillies"
jssS -says. "Before you take ofT on
your Christmas! chopping; trip
I GOOD/YEAR add U.S. Savin* Bonds to your
4 check-oft iist. They fit everyone.


Calvin Rushton of the operational training unit of the
Canadian Forces Base Summerside, Prince Edward Island
(R) and VP-30, Det. Jax. Commanding Officer, Cdr. T.E. Curry
and unit met on Dec. 4 to discuss and exchange ASW techni KingsleyMOTORS

ques. Both squadrons perform training functions for the SP-2H
aircraft. .,.

47 To Advance ANY SIZE
Whitewalls or Blackwalls listed ,

NAS personnel will put scher; ACl T. Waugh; )-nP.. Power-Cushion Tread Desi 1 MILE SOUTH OF DOG
on new crows Saturday when the Carroll;,HMC W.Shields and DK3
third Increment of the August J. H. Bird. $ 49 TRACK ON HIWAY 17

Navy Wide Advancement exams At the same time, 17 sailorsof IN ORANGE PARK. JUST

become effective. VP-7 will be advancing in rate. fit irwrs, 5 MINUTES FROM MAIN
One NASer .makes chief,eight The squadron will have two new =01-: .
make first class, 11 will become chiefs one new first class five f GATE NAS JAX
second and 10 will sew on crows will advance to second and nine FOR OPEN SUNDAY. 125.
for the first time. men will become E-4's.
Those advancing this month TBiMirsoiui YJSiiSKTOiis joiu larGer Sizes
are: ADJ2 F.E. Baker; SD2 P.A. They are: YN3 P.P. Barron: ; UilllUtiM(: ) Mil UOlU 4 '54
Banaga;: ETN2 G.R. Boston; ACl J03 A.tl. Bonnoit; YN3 G. Cas- Your choice of lubclei*or tube-type. PRICEBUSTER
D.L. Brown; AME2 J. W. Car- taneda; AMH2 G.A. Chavarria;

mer; AMH2 J. F. CarmerAMH2; AK3 S. E. Coffey; ADR2 R.E .EASY.."....,..TERMS........."..u..FREE."......WN MOUNTINGGOODYEAR ......._._
J. F. Carney; RM1 C. Fanning;; Flint;; AZ3 J.T. Cbldin; AME3D. .-..Mw-....---11---W-.._-_-_......-w.1
PN3 M. Fellows; AZ3 C. L. Fox; Jansen; AXC J.A. Maki;;ADRC ---_-.._-- -"
TD3 D. Ilalvorsen; ADR2.A.ltet- C. R. McLendon; SD2 J. S. Re- I.w1-.. -w..1..w-w-r.r.Yr..Y.lr. -
trick; PN 2 P. W. Hukki; AX3R. buriano; CSl R.A. Sanderson: .w.IM-/--..--.Y-r-ww---/U.l.-MI.-wrrw,-._M I-a.._.a..1MI.--.......w MM.NYw-r W.wqI.--. -Y--
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Jones; DTG3 W. Lafferty; SD3 D.C. Sayas; AMS3 J.A. Sch- wYY- Specials
ADJ2 A. .Lundgren; PNl J. H.ferchantETN3J. immel; AX3 MJ. Siegler; SD2E. SERVICE STORES
; .K.MilesCYN3; Williams; and AX2 P.A. Wil- 60 CHEVROLET .2 DR.
J. J. Nash; AE1 T. Nichols. liams. 5429 NORMANDY BLVD. PHONE 3S9-4S71 Hardtop. Stand Shift. V 8,

of -. AEI R.W. Sadler; UM3S.Sam-.'*. I A Real Showboat! Black wjtt
pie; SD2 D.T. Santos; 1JM1 D. Red Interior. Must see to
Shelton;' YN2 P. Smith AE2L. appreciate!
L. Toney; AX3'D.. Vonder-
Wives NotesMembers 64 RAMBLER PRICE BUS.
TER SPECIAL. '. $595

of Navy Wives Club (' ,1.
J a.'Cfa6/ held a coffee and gift 65 VOLKSWAGON TRUCK
presentation in honor of Mrs. ( ( (With Double Cab and Tool

4 Robert Martindale, vice-presid- I Racks.)
ent, who will depart soon for a \.
... new duty station with her husband. 63 CORVAIR AUTOMATICTrans.
A business ', q- l ,..J) (:
meeting was :
., Radio Heater. $595
; held that evening with Mrs. Leon ( k.'.
l Full Price!
Conley presiding. Guests introduced :
t were Mesdames Anna M.
II Fountain and C. Walton. Mes- 61 FALCON-RADIO HEAT-
dames David and : ER Cheap!!!
:. Page Ray Thomas 'f, i4/s; : :... ...
were initiated as new mem-
: bers.Mrs. 65 VALIANT HARDTOPFire
James Bradstreet e- engine red, bucketjseat
lected to serve on the nominating Commando V 8, Radio
committee and Mrs. George '. Heater console, black vinyl
Durrell was elected as the new f 1'' custom interior, premiumred

master at arms. line tires, power brakes,
The club sponsored a bazaar "":"
1't posi steering. beauty!
last week and donated the pro- JUST $1399.
ceeds, $182.55 to the NAS Needy
Family Christmas Sharing
Program. ,:...' J
A Christmas luncheonwasheld : ON. Loaded with extras

,. yesterday in the clubhouse. Gifts"(. and clean as a pin. .$895

were exchanged by of' 62 BUICK SPECIAL V-8', !
esses.committee Edgar acted themembers'l I l Bugged by bills? Straight white beauty stick.! Only Red $595 and

made Members cookies will for the donate ward home-partyat Charge down to Seaboard for a loan. Seaboard spe- 64 VALIANT, Vinyl top. ;

the Naval Hospital. The good- cializes in renting money to Navy personnel. For high Economy 6. XX Clean

nursery ies should for be pickup.kft'n left.at the base priority service, telephone for a personal (and top 5795.00

secret) appointment. You'll be surprised how low your 64 ENG. FORD. Perfect

monthly payments will be. 2nd car. $450'j

60 FALCON. Runs good.

Loans to $600 NEEDED! $295

260 V-8, Radio & Heater.
A lifesaver when you need cash
NICE. $695.00 .

3 Convenient offices In Jacksonville located at: LOTS MORE CLEAN
34 W. Duval Street, Phone 356-331 J SEE US! CAN FINANCE

2J5 American Heritage Life Bldg., Phone 356-2432 WILL TRADEI!

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Page 16 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER December 14. 1967

.,\. Whistling intfo = CedarHinsat I

, : ; Rigging. ,

:. By S. HerIng

'I' '.,
.f:; ,The Tri-Club Series formally the
); concluded the year's activities
on Dec. 3 and the five winning

, skippers in each class competed
. in the semi-annual sail-off in
, snipes on Dec. 10.
( There was no contest for first
place -- Bert Verway-- or last
," place -- George Baldwin in the ---, WILSON
event but Murray MacQuaidBilly BOWLING CHAMPS-The Bean Burners of Supply took first
Arnold and Fred Collins exchanged place in the 1967 HAS intramural bowling championship. Mem &BLANDING

places in between. The bers of the team are (I to r) Don Cuneo. Russell Sharrah and
Star champ Billy Arnold must
Ed Schulte (back row) Gene Mlrchbanks Bud Run/on Tom
have been all tuckered out PHONE SP11341or
Harber and H.E. Sykes.
building our new Navy hospital.
'" 'We''tare sorry Navy Jax wasn't SP1-6601
represented in the finals this 'Fliers Split Weekend
time but hope for better luck

this spring. Home CourtThe 67 IMPALA 4 DOOR SEDAN. . $2389
The Gator Bowl Regatta com- Games on V8, Auto Trans., R & H, Power" Steering, Pow
mittee asked us for as many
advance registrations as possiblefor Jax Navy Fliers, looking before the squad regained er brakes.
more like a ball club each outing control and went on to pick up
the races of Dec. 13, (to .
of the the victory. 67 CAMARO S. C. 327 . . .$2689
be held at FYC this year) and split a pair games over
welcome any and all comers. weekend.The In' a game at the air station Auto. Trans., Factory Air Conditioned Power
Interested skippers stop by the varsity squad dropped a ,gym Saturday evening the Fliers Steering Power Brakes R & H. W/W Tires,
\ Clubhouse and! sign up. Detailsof Friday night contest to Jacksonville scored a 64 '- 51 win over the
the regatta are forthcoming. University's Dolphins 100- San Jaun Villas squad from Jack- 66 CAPRICE CUSTOM COUPE. : .$2289
:f: Rebel skippers remember that 80. The university freshman sonville's City Commercial League 327 V8 Eng., 4 Speed Trans., Power Steering.

t; you need three boats for a class jumped off to an eight point Chuck Bryson led the Flier R & H, WW Tires, Bucket Seats, Marina Blue

ij so get organized.The advantage before the Fliers attack with 17, while teammate with Black Vinyl Top Exterior Black Vinyl
scored their first bucket from
} new slate of officers to Larry McConley scored 14 Interior.
' be voted upon at the ,January the floor. At half time the Dol- Others Fliers to re double
l meeting Jan. 3, is posted at the phins led 52 33. figures were Steve Miller with
t. 66 IMPALA S. C. V8. . . J$2289
Clubhouse. Further 11 and Chuck Owens with 10.
suggestionsfor Close Gap Autocratic Trans., R & H, Factory Air Conditioning -
officers should be made now.
We want a good turn-out for the Midway through the second Power Storing, W. W:

meeting because we have big period scoring the within Fliers closed points the / 65 IMPALA S. C. 327 ., . .$1889
plans for the coming months and gap seven
; Factory Air Conditioning Power Steering, Power
t. want to get the ball rolling. Bisketbill Results Ji guan
Salty sez Merry Christmas and Brakes W. W .Tires.
.j. Happy Holidays to all salts.young In intramural basketball action (
,ti'I and old.SEASON'S. last week Marine Barracks 65 BUICK LE SABRE 4 DOOR.$1789

chalked up two wins downingthe 1 CJIIWlSan } ; Hard Top, Factory Air Conditioning V/8, Au-
rI Armed Forces Entrance and to Trans., R & H, Power Steering Power brakes.
Examining Station 59 33, Dec.

'l, 5, and stopping the Cadeuces 63- Juan at Niblick 65 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON. .$1489
\. 34, Dec. 7. Phone 384 4406 St t. trans., 6 cyl., R & H. .
Y Also In Dec. 5 contests Hospital -
f. defeated COMFAIRJAX 81-34
J 1,263 Bedrooms 64 FORD GAL. 500 4 DOOR.$1189
I and 679th topped the Cadueces
4626.It Garden Type Apartments X Clean V/8, Auto Trans.. R &.H W ,W Tires.
with/ Country Club
was Aircraft Maintenance ;\tmosphcrcKitchens
53-44 over administration and equipped with G'E 64 CHEV BEL AIR STATION WAGON. .$1489
I VAP 62 over Fleet Weather Ran .cs f V Rc/ria.rrators/ V8, Auto Trans., Air Cond., Power steering.(4ed.
It t Facility 58 36 in Dec. 6 Individual Air Conditioningand
tilts while MARTD forfeited to II cathJ by (. E
FAETU. Drapes furnished
The next evening VP 5 \\011\\ to Wall ( orpctina.! and
/put down NARTU 66 45 and Large Sivimmimt. Pool

..tt'i VW 4 took VP 16 90 69.

K tji Auto Liability I i


$ 118 !

Male, ages, 17-20, Single *
{1(" (), "''''' ';) ''

t 63 CHEVROLET II 2 ,DR SEDAN. . $989
6 cyl.. Std. Trans., R & H.

.. "" "\ I "'Ar'tShaw: 63 COMET CONVERTIBLE. . . $889
.... ,Auto Trans., 6 cyl.: R & H, Red.
.' ,'- ..J NoW'hith''PAXONSH'OP'PINGCE'H1ER
(' Jeanne Carroll GREETINGLove1.sends holiday 716 Ed'gewood ,AY*., No. 389' 1308' ,63: CHEVROLET..,STATION WAGON. ., :$989,
good wishes from the teorm 6 Cyl., Stand. Trans.?'R.,& H. W. W. Tires.' ':'
desert at Lot Vtg

A3ftPALAw PORT, SED N.- -" t.--v :.,.
,; ,,., '
V8. Auto: Trans, R. Bfii"Power: "S'tee'rinV I ,- .
Power Brakes. f', :"

62 ,BEL AIR 4 DOOR V8 AUTO:. TRANS.. $889
R & H, W. W. Tires.

.'i.:;. '
62 CHEV. BISC. 2 DR. SEDAN.$489' ;, r

283 V8, Auto. Trans.,P.S., R 8, H.'

65 SIMCA 4 DOOR. . . '. ,5489
4 Speed Trans., R & H. -

Mon. Fri. 8:30: A- M. 'til! 9:00 P. IA.

HOURS Sat. 8:30) A. M. 'til 6:00 P. M.

Open Sunday 12 noon 'til 6:00 P. M.;

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