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STACKED HIGH--A sailor volunteer stands on topa ONE BY ONE--A bag of donations from a local JOINS CREW-RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, commander '

I pile of bags catching bundles during Saturday's resident ends its trip to the Goodwill Industry Sat- Fleet Air Jacksonville, joined white hats in help- 'I

unloading operations at the Goodwill Industries urday, Sailors kept a steady pace until all donationswere ing unload Good Turn bags at Lenox storage area
headquarters. stacked in the warehouse. of Goodwill Industries,


20,000 Bags Given


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by the Holt Publlarunf Company apnvat, *firm.Opt ion..aprve.ed 1 by the pubUnhtr and writers herein w.their own and not la b.con.lri..r.d an 0 HI ct a tipreanlon of any I
tallitanr department,Th.appeannct of adv.rtUom.nU Ihli publication dotinoteoiwtltuuan tndoraHment of any military department of the product or.ervlce.edrertleyd! .. Industries of North
The Jacksonville sailors
VOL. 25 NO. 45 u.s.HAVALAIR STATION' ,JACKSONY/LLE. FLORIDA' FEBRUARY 15. I96t Florida Acting Executive Direc- spent Saturday voluntarily area un-

tor, Ernest Pavey expressed loading trucks which carried the
appreciation! this week for the assistance bags to the Goodwill's headquarters -
local sailors providedby at 4533 Lenox Ave. Thebagswere
LBJ Asks Congress to Approve unloading over 20,000 collected by thousands of

Good Turn Day bags Saturday. Boy Scouts from 14 north Florida
Pavey said "I wish to per- counties.
sonally thank each of the sailors The boys distributed the Good

'. $7.3. Billion i in Veteran BenefitsWashington from commands at NAS Jacksonville Turn Day Bags to thousands ''')
*$*-. NAS Cecil Field, and Jacksonville area residents
Mayport for their help on behalfof Feb. 3 and then retraced their

(AFNB) President Johnson has asked Congress to approve increased job opportunities the Goodwill Industries. steps collecting the filled bags
S and benefits for veterans. including the expansion of existing Department of Defense programs. In a Saturday.
special message to Congress the President urged that recommended programs under the $7.3 billion I I News Briefs"LSD" I I I Thirty four Jacksonville
veterans section of the fiscal 1969budgei aimed at assisting veterans to function as "free", upstandingand firms supplied trucks; and driv-
self reliant citizens" upon their return to civilian life. Among the President's recommendations Shows TonightThe ers for Good Turn Day and members -

were the expansion. of two DOD programs Project 100,000 and Project Transition. Also includedwas Navy's new film "LSD" of the North Florida Ama-
a new "veterans in the Public teur Radio Society assisted with
will be shown free of charge in
radio cars at several pickup \
Service Act"which would
pro- President Johnson the wise been the
prasied rejected by armed place of the regularly scheduled
vide special financial benefits results of both Project 100,000and forces because of educational or movie at- 7 p.m. today at the point; throughout the area.
for veterans who agree to work as Transistion statingit limitations. RAdm. Robert J. Stroh, commander -
Project physical NAS Theater. This special show-
teachers in poverty areas in police is necessary to assure job Lists Successes ing has been arranged depen-. Fleet Air Jacksonvile,
fire and the served chairman for this
or departments, for "the as
opportunities veteran dents who wish to see this film
expansion of a programfor who has received few other advantages O f the 50,000 men under the which explains the. effects of year's drive and Capt. C. D.
counseling servicemen before from life." program Mr. Johnson said 96 psychedelic drugs. The regularly Simonsen, commanding officerof

and immediately. 'after dis- Pointing to Project 100,000 per cent, graduated from basic scheduled feature will be.shown the Naval Air Reserve Train-
charge. the President said that in its training and some have gone on at 8:15. ing Unit here coordinated the
first year the program reached to Non-Commissioned Officer Navy aid in the project.
f: 22 Sew on New' 50,000. "disadvantaged young A-. schools. Because of the suc- CO's LuncheonThe Bill Mawhinney* Goodwill public -
mericans" who would have other- information director said,
Continued Page
;:. Crows Tomorrow ( on first of the recently initiated "We hope to increase our train- \
monthly commanding of Ing opportunities to 350 400
1/ ficer's luncheons for officers and clients with the 20,140 bags collected -
L The fifth increment of the Aug- "
r key civilians of NAS will be heldat this year.
.is ust 1967 Navy wide advancement k { the Officers Club, at 11:30 During 1967, Goodwill pro-
.e tomf Tuesday morning. vided training for 319 individualsand
the Guest speaker at the first placed 21 in jobs. Goodwill

j. promotion list. luncheon will be Judge John E.. cooperated with other agenciesto
The largest hike on this in-. 57 other in
Santora of Jacksonville. For information : place people jobs.
; .. is. second class with
crement to and reservations, call Mawhinney said Tuesday that
11 making E 5, next is six going
Cdr. Bob Edwards at Ext. 2583. there are currently 109 people
to first class and five advancing to ''working at the Goodwill Indus-
the petty officer ranks Wednesday Pay Day tries' plant;
Seventeen NAS'ers will advance far Due
to George Washington'sbirth
in rate next month,whenthe date being a holiday, the
. 10 EMs Presented
lastof the six increments % Navy Finance Office here announced
becomes effective. VFNw that military pay checks
.... Advancing to first class tomorrow -
will be distributed next week on
: will be: AO1 J.Bondurant; Wednesday instead of Thursday. at
AMS1 A, J,.Henson: AXl K.Mac-
Donald; Aol G. D. Mills; AR- Ten enlisted. men assigned to
Donald; AO1 ,G. D. Mills; ADR1 Paper Out Friday Patrol Squadron 45 here have

.: J. 'K. Thaens and ATI B, D.Vinson Next week's edition of Jax been presented awards during a
,Air News will' be distributed aboard 'ceremony.
: PH2 H. E. Becker { 7N the. station on Friday due VP 45 Commanding Officer
t ; ADR2 R. Clemons; ATN2J. to the Thursday holiday. Cdr. H. D. Wilbur presented
Hutchinson; AZ2 B. C. Jackson Aircrewmen Wings to ADJl L.E.
A02 A. W. Maxwell; ATN2 P. w New ComptrollerCdr. Harvey ADJ2 G. N. Kemp Jr.,

Mayercak; AK2 C. M. Orme; a AX2 D. K. Schmied and AXANJ.
ASH2 E. N. Pegg; AK2 R. A. 4 R. yA G. H. Eckert has assumed D. Taylor.
r Reece; A02 T.Shreinerand ASH2 $ AMEDALSLt duties as the station's comptroller ATN3 R. T. Hawthorne A03
;'. 'R. D. Valone. relieving Cdr. B. R. Mit- J. T. Miller, TN M. N. Oli-
'U'" : To third class SD3 T. Cabel: chell. Reporting here from the var, Jr., and RM2 B. G. Roads
". -, YN3 L. M. Dye, ABH3 K. D. .,, 1 Naval Supply Depot Mechanic- received Good Conduct Medals.
Ednie; ETN3 D. G. Harris: and Service sburg, Pa., Commander Eckert The patrol squadron skipper
PN3 J. A. Steib. R.M. Poquis, MC, presented Vietnam previously served as stock ,con\ presented a letter of commendation -
t A promotion ceremony will be Medals and National Defense Medals to HM3 K.D. Crews (L) troller. Commander Mitchell to AN C. A. Hunt III, and a
held at 9 a.m. in the commanding and HM3 PJ Kurtas during inspection Friday. Twenty other will report to the USS John F. certificate of appointment toAX3"

officer's conference room. medal s.were presented to Corpsmen at Dispensary ceremony. Kennedy as supply officer. S. W. Sprague.
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-- Edward's Chapel/

SUNDAY MASS9 a.m. 6 } F
easy.Thousands. d
of men do it every year. In all walks of life. and 11 a.m.
Unfortunately, some of them are in the Armed Forces. And they DAILY MASS -.- -- -11:30a.m.
set the forces, the economy,the country and the world back thousands SATURDAY MASS- -9 a.m.
of years in terms of wasted human resources. They keep retardingour Religious Education Classes
efforts. But worst is the personal tragedy to the men involvedin (Grade School9:45a.m..
an "early retirement." CONFESSIONS5p.m.. .,
It may begin with a tinge of boredom. Gradually a man's work -5:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. -7:30p.m.:
seems endlessly repetitious or unchallenging. The effort hardly MONDAY
seems worth it any more. Religious Education Classes
It's at this point, many a 35 year old boy wonder retires. (High School) - -7 p.m.
There are no retirement ceremonies or decorations. He still TUESDAY
goes to work every day, puts in his full duty week and even drawsa Single Young Catholic Organi- 4 "Mr X'A ,,
paycheck. He's retired,but nobody:: knows it. Not at first, anyway. zation - 7:30 p.m. 15mDEADLY::k'WWoti4I'a.r.; -" ----- ---
There are ways to prevent an early retirement. It isn't easy but THURSDAY-CATHOLIC CHOIR TEAM-Marine LCpl. George T, Wilhite aims his 7,62
most men do it. They counteract the urge to coast by running as 7 p.m. mm telescope-sighted sniper rifle as his spotter, LCpl. Alex.
they've never run before, and they keep it up until they get a second U.S. Naval/ Hospital ander C. Levandowski waits to observe the results. The sniper
win. It's known as "self renewal." team was attached to "I" Co., 3rd Bn., Fifth Marine Regt.,
Self renewal is doing! for yourself what your parents, teachers, SUNDAY MASS8 a.m. during Operation Auburn in the Republic of Vietnam.
supervisors and commanders did for you for years, when you need-
ed it. It's the highest form of self discipline, one of the most Prep School NavalAcademy
satisfying experiences a man can enjoy. SUNDAY SERVICE -10 a.m. ,
Self-Renewal is the adult's ability to motivate himself; to awakenhis
self pride in the face of spiritual fatigue. ,Self renewalis PROTESTANTAll Candidates Sought by NavyThe
the device.. by which boy wonders becomes leaders creators-
thinkers. Exactly what the Armed Forces need. Saints Chapel Navy's looking for bright Complete details on regular
Self renewal may be the greatest test a man must face. It's young[ men who wish to become Navy and Marine Corps applica-
worth the effort, though. .With life expectancy increasing, 65 yearsis SUNDAY naval officers. The plan providesfour tions are covered in BuPers
a long time to spend in a rocking chair. Divine Worship Service-lOa.m. years of college, a commission Notice 1531 of Jan. 19, and details -
Junior Worship Service 10 a.m. and a good: future to those for reserves are in Bu
Bldg. # 722 who qualify. Pers Notice 1531 of Jan. 20.
A Dirty/ Word? Chug 2 School 9 a.m. Bldg.Junior Each year the Secretary of the The Educational Services office
Navy appoints 160 outstanding Building 955 will assist
It's not. a dirty word to a young Marine sitting in the mud near Youth Fellowship 5 p.m. members of the regular and reserve eligible candidates who wish to
the DMZ. Bldg. # 722 Navy and Marine Corps to apply for the program.
It's not a dirty word to a fighter pilot in the Gulf of Tonkin wait- Senior Youth Fellowship 6:30 attend the U. S. Naval Preparatory -
ing to be rescued.It's p.m. School and Naval Academy. Top Medal
not a dirty word to the young widow with three children TUESDAYJunior
whose husband lies in Arlington National metary. Choir Rehearsal-4.p.m. Eighty live of the yearly acad
It's not a dirty word to people who compile dictionaries--who' Bldg # 722 appointments will go to prep
define patriotism with words like "love and loyal or zealous supportof WEDNESDAYSenior school graduates and 85 appoint- AwardedThe
one's own country." Choir Rehearsal 7:30p.m. ments go to reservists who do
Patriotism is what makes our country strong. It provides co- not have to attend the school. nation's highest award for
hesiveness to an amalgamation of people unlike that of any other THURSDAY Academy graduates receive a gallantry, the Medal of Honor,
country in the world. It provides the substance through which the Young Adult Club 7 p.m. commission as a Navy ensignor was posthumously awarded to a
lives, hopes and desires of all American citizens are fulfilled. Bldg. # 722 a second lieutenant in the young Wellesly, Mass.,sailor for
Then why do so many Americans seem ashamed of the word? Christian Science Service Marine Corps.Qualifications. giving his life so that his ship-
Why do so many of them apologize for their country in speeches, 7 p.m. Bldg. # 751 for sailors and mates might live. .
written articles, and through dubious demonstrations? Why do they Marines applying for appointmentto The second sailor to receive '......
call patriotism "an archaic expression of nationalism?" lrCHARTING the academy or prep school the medal for Vietnam duty, SN
What is there in this word that frightens these people? have been slightly changed this David G. Ouellet, threw himselfon
..' Nathan Hale didn't apologize for his country as he was about year. The GCT/ARI combined a live grenade that he spott-
to be hanged. Why should you apologize because loving your country .-. score has been changed from 118 ed falling towards the River
gives you a feeling of satisfaction? to 120, with no waivers. Can- Patrol Boat 124 during a patrol.
We're proud of being called patriots. It labels us as loyaldeTenders \.. didates who are selected for admission on the Mekong River during early
of our country and its ideals. It's a good thing to have f the 6 1967.
to prep school must evening of March ,
this" feeling. It helps this country. It makes you a better citizen.
have a minimum of 24 months Ouellet, who was the forward
And if you are a better citizen, your country has to be the ultimate
obligated service, and prep machine gunner on the patrol
beneficiary.Let's school graduates appointed totlie boat, spotted an enemy grenade
tell people about patriotism. They'll understand. They academy must have the same falling toward the boat and immediately -
like the idea. .all of them.
might even get to
( amount of obligated time. ran the length of the
Other requirements remain the boat warning fellow crewmen to
Is 4.0 Perfect? same: U.S. citizen, enlisted-' take cover When he noticedthe
for July 1 this year, 17 to 19 boat captain standing unpro-

By Cdr. Vincent J. Mahoney, CHC years old as of July 1, 1968, tected he pushed him down to
never been married, good mor- safety. Seconds after the gre-
4 How would you like to have everything in life perfect? No disease, ( al character and 'strongly- nade landed, Ouellet threw himself -
no crime, no ignorance.Of y tiviated toward a career as a over it, absorbing most of
course, this would probably mean no doctors, no nurses, no e Navy or Marine officer. the blast fragments with his own
corpsmen; no policemen, no lawyers, no judges; no teachers, no THE COURSE- Candidates must be in excel- body.
instructors, no professors. In fact, this would make a lot of doctors, QMS' Charles A. Mueller and lent physical conditon and must Secretary of the Navy, Paul R.
lawyers and Chiefs unhappy, as they would be out of a job. QM3 John H. O'Reillr chart the obtain an acceptable score on the Ignatius presented the medal to
Perfection In this life would also eliminate many of the virtues courts for the USS Hoist, an Atlantic prep school entrance exams. Ouellet's.,parents, Mr. and Mrs.
which frequently sustain us and even bring a measure of happiness. Service Force salvage ship, Chester J. Ouellet, Sr., during
There would be no faith if everything were seen perfectly clearly at the ship leaves the harbor at Persons who previously attended ceremonies at the pentagon.In .
there would be no hope if things were as good as they could be; Norfolk, Va. Among their assist duties, the Navy prep school are addition to being awardedthe
and there might not even be charity if there were no minor faultsto Navy cert of quartermasters the deck and the navigator of/i-, not eligible for admission. Medal of Honor Ouellett held
love in those we love. in such movement attteering Deadline for applications has the Purple Heart, National
If there were no fish wiggling off the hook, no three and two count navigation, underway been I set at May 1, except recruits Defense Service Medal, Vietnam
on the batter, no fourth and two with a minute to go -- if everythingwere watch, tending and receiving and those in service school Service Medal, Vietnamese Military -
4.0 without God how dull can life become? visual messages and maintaining commands who must have their
It would appear that there is, indeed, wisdom in the ways of Al- navigational inl'ru ment.. applications in by July .15. Merit Medal, Gallantry
mighty God, Who permits the flaws of His creatures to frequently Cross with Palm and the Republic -
of Ribbon.
point up the facets of their nobler and more sustained goodness.If Vietnam Campaign
time, with its inherent obstructiveness,is a prelude to eternity,
it could well be that imperfection is merely the bumpy road to

perfection.It J..A.X AI Ft :
may be the unlimited happiness of heaven is for those who, with NEWSThe
God' held, master their own imperfections and are slow to cast
stones at the imperfections of'others.
lAX I AIR NEWS is a' Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
I DonaldDuckJoinsNavv distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company
a private firm. AH Copy submitted for use in the J AX AIR
More than one eyebrow will be Diego he was sent to the naval NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office, Box c7ict
raised when a new crewman reports hospital.He 2. NAS J Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before pub
aboard the Navy's 'picket said he had to convince lication. News items are welcomed from all sources Telephone S
escort ship Falgout at Pearl three staff nurses, two corpsmen 772 3118 or 3119.

Harbor shortly. The new crew- and one doctor that his name was Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
man's name -- Donald Duck. really Donald Duck. concerning such should be directed to:
Seaman Apprentice Duck recently He also tells of trouble ,in
completed his basic train- San Francisco with an airline The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. .-Wl%( b4 4IMJS-A VIW C D (RUCK
ing at San Diego, California and ticket agent. The agent said, Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755 .rtxn,sons 1001 W5YM"/ +ots,. t tn'gI4
has been asssigned to the Fal- "Sure, we have Mickey Mous ,aboard -
too." A Savings Bond registered in
gout.Duck, 20 said he has quite Duck said his name is not a VOL. 25 NO. 45 FEBRUARY 15, 1968 co-owner form becomes the sole
a time with ,his name. He said total deficit. He said It starts and absolute!: property of the
shortly after his arrival in San humorous conversations. surviving co-owner should the
other owner die.n .

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I Seventh Fleet Action in VN is We wdrth should playing be before sure our we start tune

tooting our own horn.

WITH THE CARRIER l'SS was also bombed by A6 pilots t
KITTY HAWK IN THE TON- but they could not assess dam-
KING GULF -- Jet pilots from
this ship penetrated heavy o\er- age.An active artillery site six
casts yesterday to hir enemy miles north northeast of Gio [f
supply capabilities inNorth Viet- Link was.struck( by A4 Skyhawks:
nam.: but damage was not assessed due rt
Attack Squadron 75 hit five to the weather.: .
truck convoy moving on Route 1 A6s made strikes: against a DEALERSHIPAVAILABLE
A. The fhe convoys totaled 43 total of about 68 trucks travelling
trucks. Pilots reported their in. small convoys along road s in
ordnance on target for. all five the Panhandle south of ThaI Hoa

convoys, but were'unable; to Navy! ; pilots yesterday conducted ,
eallant Incom.Opportunity
provide {positive evaluation of
x *" 43: sorties in support of
damage. : frbelidly ground forces in the Operation
ltL No Pravlout
Intruders xptrlanca
All weather also '
Scotland: area of South Nacawary
hit a railroad highway junction Vie{rl ff) s Corps, Only Small Invaitaantrequired
at Ninli Binh pJ3: miles
111eenth: Fleet DestroyerUSS
north northeast of Thanh Hoa. r noel shelled six highway

The transshipment point was rip- .,,bridges and ten coastal defense L. TEXACOWILL
ped with 500 pound bombs; sites Friday in an area 21 miles VA-106' Award winners: ADJ
but precise:: damage assessmentwas south southeast of Don Hoi. Demczyk Ltjg( ) Davis, LCdr HELP WITH
not available. Ltj(j jg) Den- GIANT SWAP MEETJAX
A Carpenter, (second row) HM2 Financial' Aitlitancaif
l highway intersection was t
nis 26 of Glen Rock
Connolly, ,
Lewein, AEAN Lotz AME2 LARGEST FLEA Training With Pay
cr&ered and two fires reported
N. J., and his bombardier
: Strong Advartliing OPromotional
navigator, Lt. (j jg) James. MacDonald after the HOQ bombarded a Hake and AN Artwohl. t tt MARKET Support
25 of Carmel, N. Y., checkpoint 28 -mile'"'"$ south -- t Come Buy, Sell or Drowse-
were among the participating east ot .Pong Hoi and 19 miles ) Thousands of Items GET THE FACTS
fliers. nor hCf the Demilitarized zone. Savings Bonds account for \ Blanding Drive-In Theatre TODAY
Another flight of A6s hit a groupof Two secondary explosionsand more than 24 per cent of the Every Sat. 7 a.m.-6 p.m CALL 353-5736
publicly-held portion of the
trucks 34 miles south of Thank a fire were reported by the debt. They play key national tt Sun. I p.m. 6 p.m. or writa Taxaco Inc
Hoa. Lt (j jg) Robert Cassady, USS Lynde McCormic Saturday role in the fight against a Infla- 768 7085 or 768. 4793' Jitkionvlllo.P.O. ..* 3702,1,.
28, of Springfield, Pa., and his after she shelled an enemy sup- tion.
bombardier navigator Ens. ply area nine milesnorth; of
John Caruso, 23, of Mlnersville Gin Linli. ...............................................................

Pa., reported their bombs on The cruizer USSNewportNews t .. .
target, but could not assess dam bombarded eight artillery sites "

age.The Saturday in the DMZ. She igni-
26th Marines at Khe Sanh ted a secondary explosion and silenced -
were supported by a flight of A4 two of the positions.Two I
Skyhawks. The A4s hit an enemy
enemy support structures
truck park near Khe Sanh. Lt. were damaged in a fortified area
Gano Die? 29 of Hanford, Calif in the southern DMZ by a Seventh during valentine month
said, "I saw one bomb explodeand Fleet destroyer Saturday.Five .. ,
then flare into bright orange '
.secondary." support structures were : .'..
Numberous secondary explosions damaged by the five inch pro- :
ripped through the PhuDuc jectiles of the destroyer USS .
highway ferry yesterday duringonw Frank E. Evans Saturday at an .
of the day's strikes against enemy area :3 miles north i
enemy supply capability in North northeast of Phan Thiet in II
Vietnam.The Corps. i
30 All weather Intruders con- .,, .t''. ,'.
ferry, miles north of : \ I. I r
Vinh, was hit by A6 Intruders ducted radar strikes on the Ninh ,,' '' .. '
:-: .
Biny transshipment point 33 : :;, ;; ,
dropping 500 pound bombs which miles. north northeast of Tlianh ti".: jft "
ignited the secondaries. Precise Hoa, and the Qui Vinh railroad :
evaluation of the damage inflicted 40 I
siding, miles south south-
was not available due to bad
of that
west city. Both targets
weather. were hit with 500 pound bombs : "I
The Phu Qui highway ferry 47 but damage assessment was not customer
miles southwest of Thanh Hoa available.HALLMARK I 4fn :

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Local Boys Hold Honor Court, ._ /r- ,. : :, .. ;Y

Campout During Scout Week'TENT'S ?-

In connection with National 17
Boy Scout Week, Feb. 7 13, f fY 1
w!P I i iYy if local Scout Troop 131 sponsored ........... !
by the Naval Air Technical u "-
Training Center, held a Court of ,, .
Honor and campout here Friday K.
and Saturday. II" ""
The weekend activities began
Friday night with Court of Honor 1
ceremonies as nin Scouts received -
advancement certificates.
% y Scouts receiving promotions included -
John Merrit, Star Scout;
James Morgan, First Class Scout %w'b R
ri'3 and Steve Honour, Second Class.
: v Scouts receiving the Tender-
foot rank included Vic Adams,
Renee Lobe, Steve Price Bobby
of relief for
Fitzsimmons, David Mathews and RELIEF SUPPLIES -- On hand during loading supplies
1p Bill Chilean Navy families Tuesday were (from right); LCdr. Ralph Mc-
Clure, COMFAIRJAX public affairs officer; Peter Kirill, president,
UP--patrol leader Steve Honour son of Capt. and Mrs Cdr. R. J. Fitzsimmons was Sixth Region Navy League; Cdr. Clinton Kelso, pilot; Hal Martin,
W.W. Honour CO FAW-I I, climbs out of his camping "home" the master of ceremonies at the president Jacksonville Navy League unsll/i8i erJ:1IJJil: Miller i ,
after pitching his canvas quarters Saturday. 'Court of Honor and Capt. W. H. 1)). S. 0. director*LCdr. James P. copilot: C. Williams -
Honour made the presentationsto Air Operations, Jax Air Station? and AFCM John Uptegrove,
the high ranking Scouts. Scout flight engineer.
Officers, NCO's E-4 & Above, Master Leo Nau presented the

and All Civilian Personnel After Tenderfoot the ceremonies Scout certificates., refresh- Jax Residents Assist

ments were served to the Scouts

and Saturday their parents.morning Scouts of Chilean Navy FamiliesJacksonville

iTTmiTlAT j Troop 131 canvassed the base
and collected 75 Good will
bags. That afternoon assistant citizens, responding to an urgent request to aid 72
Scout Masters Tom Robinson and fire-stricken families of Chilean Navy personnel at Valparaiso,
Dave' Selleck conducted training have been credited by the Jacksonville Navy League for assistance,
sessions to help the boys fulfill The Chilean Navy families lost their homes and possessions whena
advancement requirements.Later fire, fanned by 40 mile-an-hour winds, burned through ValparaisoJan.
tents were set up and camp 22
was prepared. A request, issued by the Chief of the Navy Section, U.S. Military
1 After the evening meal, assistant Group, Chile, was directed to the Navy League Headquarters in
Scout Master Robinson Washington, D.C., which in turn forwarded the request to the
demonstrated proper methodsof Jacksonville Navy League.
map and compass reading, Navy Leaguers here quickly mailed individual letters to more
after which theboys played games than 400 local council members, enlisted support of local news
and gathered around the campfirefor media and conducted telephone solicitations requesting household
a marshmallow roast. goods and clothing for the stricken families.A .
THE collection point was 'set up in a Salvation Army Storage
Sunday morning the Scouts took building through the cooperation of U.S.O. Director BrigidierEmil
down their and attended
B i i a tents Miller.
aMBB church; services led by senior Navy Leaguers arid other citizens includingmerchant .restaurant
patrol leader James Morgan.Be- managers, hotel supply houses and hospitals all joined in to sup-
5 AMERICAN fore returning home the Scouts port the drive by donating 3,200 pounds of new and used articles.
planned another campout for a Crated articles loaded
were aboard a C47 here Tuesday and flown
weekend in March.
to Valparaiso by Cdr. Clinton A. Kelso, Chilean Mission The
Any boys, 11 15,
FINANCE ages co-pilot was LCdr. James R. Kuhn and the flight engineer was
interested in joining Troop 131 AFCM John Uptegrove. ,
are invited to contact Leo Nauat
INJACKSONVILLE Ext. 3822 or Dave Selleckor
OFFICES Tom Robinson's at Ext. 2909. Air Station Association Membership Up I

The responsibility of every The Jacksonville Naval Air the air station and the surrounding -
American is to be well informed Station Association's effort to community.
about local, national and in enroll new members in a station-
ternational affairs. wide drive launched in January "Third, continuing efforts of
is showing encouraging results, the national and local associations -
Remember the 5 American Finance addresses below whenever
need cash In a American Finance you according to Herbert W. McMillin to work towards improving -
hurry America's Dependable Save for
association for the stability of industrialair
Loan Service, is waiting to help you get more out of Ufe -tha president
American Way-with a prompt cash loan. For bill consolidation, 1968. stations and to assure the
emergencies, or 101 other expenses that can't wait phone or Jarainyday. The local association is one of work assignments normally
visit American Finance Or use the handy coupon. Most amounts. the six members of the National signed to an air station are not
on your signature alont. Council of Air Station Associa-. siphoned off to privateinterests,
tions. The association has three according to McMillin.

MOt CASH PAYMTt. CASH FAYMTS. CASH PAYHT1 I ,. principal objectives. "First, to
promote a better understandingat
24 135.00 7.95 350.00 19,90 600.00 32.40 Invest In all levels of government and CENTER

DM abovt atyattnts lad...aU chase urfr tba.. Florida CaanaMr Flouca Act U. S. Savings the legislative role that bodies the of industrial the important M MT.Adorn...Downtown

Bonds, air stations carry out In the Everybody
---------------------------- Freedom national defense
effort. Wanting
!i TO AMERICAN'FINANCE C maP to eftca naarast you-tto'b bw) '| Shares "Second, to provide community To See!

IIWfE AMT. WAHTmI service in those areas that increase .4 SPENCER

ADDRESS PHON" ..II/I0I ................ /.................the...../relationships...i.1'1'1'1'between '>:'i TRACY KATHARINE

j ADDRESS BY PHON""crr _, I II e@(!dJD@O Q(!dJDjgjjBy ;1 ry POTTIEREty SIDNEY

I1. 1 Johnson and Evinrude i
IL s, NB i iMlM6lR 1 Outboard Motors.

-----------------------------------__JIMERi Factory Authorized j 0
0 Service Dept. FLORIDAThe

I S .. t34 I.rarrh,,.Downtown
i"n CE4 IMJ _Complete et Repairs on All Makes .0. '
On Purchase 'I' man
tassirNc-. 1 10 1 % OFFS of Any .' with no name/

New Lawnboy = 1 CLINT

6344 Normandy Boulevard Phoae 3554575 .5 EASTWOOD
5410 Norwood Avenue, WAGAR'S Mode! 8224
Jiataway Shopping Center Phone 7CS.184SPtiena 'THE GOOD,
202O 105 H.ndIICkSAvsnu. 3M3441JACKSONVILLH aagMaaPbaaa N Bike & Lawnmower Service 5 I} THE BAD 0

1238 Belch BEACH J| Owned and operated by Charles Wagner USN Ret s THEUG1Y>

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February 15, 1968 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Pace 5' !

[ Jacksonville MB B HilHBHHHHHHBHBBHBBHHlHHnHIDBBBBBB Area Civil Service News ] i iI

Civilians Promoted -- Availible

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Under Merit SystemThe Positions


followingNASJacksonville maintenance; Betty L. Fisher;
employees have been promoted in clerk typist; GS 4; and Alberta Promotion
accordance with the station's: :: R.Jones,clerk-typist.GS- Lfl1 opportunities
for of
currently receipt
merit promotion 4. open applications -
are listed below. The
NAVAL AIR REWORK U.S. NAVAL HOSPITALO. \ ; area of consideration.and closing

Bryce Burchett aircraft Z. Jenkins, leader laborer date of each announcement Is
metalsmith (cleaner), Jesse A. Johnson, shown.
aircraft ;metalsmith Clyde Mathews, foreman (leadingman) laborer MPB No. 72 67 Plan D -
Hughes, aircraft metalsmith; Grady (cleaner), Clarence Jones, fore- grade levels GS 4 and' below;
Fragale, aircraft metal-; man (leadingman) commissary; MPB No. 79 67 Plan C all

smith; Jesse W. Laird, aircraft Joseph Strain, foreman (leadingman --: _... "*..--. semi skilled positions pay level
metalsmith Thomas W. ) commissary ; Russell 7 and below; MPB No. 83.
; Hutch- Lambert, leader ( cook) Fred 67 Plan B all skilled posi-
erson, aircraft metalsmith; Er- ; The Naval Air Rework ures are (L to R) LCdr. '
Williams, tions level 8 and below
leader cook play
( )
nest D' elicio, aircraft metal- ; Facility has recently provided Frank Ellis, host for visitorsto
Glorida P. Jefferson GS- Area of
smith; Henry H. Mason, aircraft 4. clerk, training opportunities for per- NARF, Lt.jg( ) Alvaro NAS, consideration -
metalsmith; James J. Ihler, air- sonnel of friendly foreign Arturo Vasquez, of the Uruguayan NARF NARTU,COMFAIR-
craft metalsmith; Stanley H. DATA PROCESSRuth countries. Discussing post Navy, and Freddie C. JAX, Navy Commissary Stores,
Krzesowiak aircraft metal- M. McClellan, secretary test preservation proced- Johnson, NARF employee. Jax. Applications for these
smith Joseph D. Van Vactor, (stenography) GS 6; JuliusK. time.positions A will be accepted at any
-- ---- separate application
aircraft electrician; Donald T. Raetz, computer programmer form 57
Is for
Zelek, aircraft electrician, John GS 5; Belvin G. Dease required each
Bayko, aircraft electrician;Ray- computer programmer, GS 5; Life Insurance Renewal position In which interested. I
mond L. Prather, aircraft ele- Elmer Hendl, computer pro- MPB No. 158 67 Industrial
trician; Thomas J. Dobek, air- gramer, GS 5; and James W. Engineer, GS 5, 7, 9 and 11.
craft electrician; Ralph R. Ecklof, computer programGS5COMPTROLLER <, Deadline ApproachesA Area of considerationnation-
Peavy, aircraft electrician: wide. Applications will be .accepted -
Bobby E. Leggette, aircraft ele- until the needs of the ser-
trician; Monroe N. Lindsey, air- Jessie M. Douville, operating recent change in law estab- or a minimum of $2.75, will automatically vice are met and will be consId-
craft electrician; Billy W. Gil- accountant, GS 9. lished a new and higher Insur- be deducted from ered as received.
liam, aircraft electrician; An- ance schedule for regular group each employees pay if he has not
thony Marasco, aircraft electri- NAVY FINANCE OFFICE life insurance for Federal em by this time, submitted a for MPB No. 7-68 Management
cian; John D. Davis, ,aircraft Margaret M. Lockwood. office ployees and also provided an opportunity mal declination. Analyst, GS 11. Area of con-
electrician; Walter R. Stan services supervisor, GS-5. for them to elect an Forms distributed to each em- considerationnationwide.. Applications -
field, aircraft electrician; Oscar additional optional coverage In ployee to make his electionhavebeen { will beaccepted
H. D. Belger, aircraft electri- SUPPLY DEPARTMENTPaul the amount of $10.000. through the close of businessFeb.
handed out and should
cian; Walter P. Cartica, aircraft Pullum, leader, stock- All waivers of life Insurance returned 26.
to supervisors.If
electrician; Donald L.Johns,air man; Peter J. Scray, Jr., leader coverage on file at the Industrial All applicants for the above
craft electrician Gene I. Morton stockman Lewis Moore, Relations Department office
; ; super- an employee desires waive positions must be career or car-
aircraft electrician; FrederickB. visory inventory management will automatically be canceledon the regular insurancehe is auto- eer -conditional employees of the
.Geer Jr., aircraft electrician; specialists, GS 9, Leroy C. Feb. 24. matically precluded from the Federal government. Applications
Isaac D* Simmons, aircraft electrician Kelley, leader, stockman; and Beginning this date, a biweekly $10,000 extra optional, Insurance., should be filed with ,IRD,
; Sammy C. Deborde, air- Clyde E. Whitaker foreman rate of 27 12ffor eachof Box 22, U. S.NAS. Jax., Fla.
craft examiner (aircraft electri- (leadingman), stockman. regular Insurance, The regular life insurance may 32212. For further Informationcall
cian); Donald R. Lomax, air- NOTU, PATRICK be elected, with or without the optional Ext. 2320, Recruiting and
craft examiner aircraft electri- AIRFORCE BASE MORE AND MORE PEOPLE insurance coverage. Examining Branch, IRD.
cian; William J. Kenyon Jr., Audrey N. Greshan, military ".': .. mm J.-; !,:. .
Hayes P. Edwards, Jr., aircraft personnel clerk (typist), GS 4. ARE MAKING >','
electricial worker; Francis Col-
on, aircraft quality control specialist _
quenne, leader, multilith opera- MANAGEMENTMary .- Ice SrM <
tor; Joseph Skapyak, aircraft or- e .>
Y. Moka, clerk stenographer s .
nance mechanic Joseph J. Flynn
San Juan & Roosevelt 1
GS 4.
aircraft ordnance mechanic; 1
Ralph D. Chesser, aircraft ord- NAVY COMMISSARY STORE .
nance mechanic; William Web- "Put yourself In our place!"
ber, Jr., aircraft ordnance me- Theodore M. Zalinski, supervisory 2.
chanic; Howard L. Shafer,air sales store checker, GS P.S. Every Third Drinh :# '
craft ordnance mechanic; HarryG. 5; and Hazel A. Rudd, clerk, GS- FREE-9A.M. tit 7P.M. J

Morris,aircraft ordnance me- 4. '11r:! 9W7r
chanic; Edward J. McCreary 3
foreman (leadingman),A/Celec- Roosevelt
trician; William G. Perry,indus- { } CAR WASH I
trial engineer, GS -11; VirginiaS. I. Mall r
Gray, budget analyst, GS 9.; 4.
Jess W. Farley, foreman (lead- OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM :5:30: PM
ingman) maintenance: ;: Arthur A. 7D 5. :
Axelson, foreman (leadingman) FREE CAR WASH ";


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ORLANDO CLIPPER :; Monday .- Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. 3:00 p.m.
& ASSOCIATES, me.70Q.JCQJ Thursday: 9:30 a.m. .- 4:30 p.m.
T-CRAFT CROSBY SILVER-LINE Friday' : 10:00 a.m.3:00 p.u
1165 S. EDGEWOOD Inlet MarineiHwy
J07-3483 2 W OF ROOSEVELT Building 26 Ext. 226

Monday .- Friday: 10:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m.
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NURSERY--The Nichols twins receive first hand treatment from Ens. Julia ORTHOPEDICS-Moving can be quite difficult with your lee in traction, but
Yastishock as they spend the first day of their !lives in the Naval Hospital's the latest in orthopedic equipment makes it easier and more comfortable
I care. The infant boys are the sons of CS2 and Mrs. Gary Nichols. HN Mike Guisinger and Ltjg( ) T. Morello check the equipment as they chat
with Marine PFC Gary Stone.
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.;IY,;,1,}..,,'t,<: ,t>,'g.H', iF"f" a dy,. 4 Naval Hospital StaffSpecialists in Care .
{ ';1"
:': ::1, staff of over 600, including
4" C and civilian, provides
; S quality of care of which no
1":1j.i.Ar" has been neglectedforpa -
:. I Ii at the new Jacksonville
I i Y ," $i I Hospital.
\ hospital staff includes of-
."' .t"/'-,' 55 of the Medical Corps,
',-. Corps, Medical Service
) Nurse Corps and Chap-
'f Corps, together with over
r 4:1 Si ML enlisted personnel and over

kr1 'V1 : civil service Spacious employees.

I ; I L/1 _'_ lk_ F' .f:" .J
:conditioned throughout its
PEDIATRICS CLINIC-Little Lee Ann has a bit smile for Lt. stories, the new building
W.L. Gill while he checks her ear. Lee Ann Is the daughter of # ; nearly 235,000 square
AOI and Mrs. Buddy R. Hembree. of floor space for 400 bed
Outpatient and auxi:
Aloha services are located on the
Say floor with
inpatient care
on the upper floors.
Your Neighbor
to iISS'
new hospital contains an
: system, central gas
and vacuums systems,
DRIVETO visual nurse's call sys-
central radio system, auto-
.5 55 S tray conveyors, pneumatic
system and a synchronous

HAWAIIDAYTONA act? r system.Surgery

surgical suite, located on
BEACH, third floor, contains six op-
.. with fully
'r'- : r.II; I I rooms equipped
care and cardiopul-
i H4W44g" SURGERY-This is one of the six operating rooms units. The cardio pul
key \\ gkal suite located on the third floor of the new unit contains cardiac
LT( pital equipped with intensive care and eEt3)A which provide a con-
r check of patients' heart
the first month's op- ,
at the new hospital

7'i M01 S. AriMtk Avo., >-41',....t"nlk .!'.".', was totaled over 3,000 over more 21,000 as

HAS to a comparable month
9 ,4./
A ; hospital's old facilities
rt to a hospital statis
$7 nn .
i lUU p r Day
to the increase in the num
*.Double Occupancy of outpatients, an appoint-
1! Wflt system has been initiated.
1 Children Hnder 12 Supervised ChUeven's appointment desk is open
Free -' Dey Camp 7:30 4:30
a.m. to p.m.
,Hotted indoor w :
AN oceanfront pool kids Porodise for the through Friday and ap-
uomodotions ; may be made in per-
4-story Moon lock. Exotic Polynesian by mall or by phoning
for the kids. Atlll.spher..t -2283.2281, 772 2282 or

The Waikiki.l.. '"". im.n* filled during the

Supper Club (.:.-:I.M'M ...;:r--- month's' pharmacy operation at the totaled new
:3 Shows Nitoty NO Co vet CHAtGX 34,000 and over 7,000

10o. DISCOUNT!! TO SERVICE PERSONNEL were hospital processed.also provides
wwwwwwwwwwwwww-ww-wwwwwww-wwwwwwwwwwwwww- dental service for
NAME. . . .' . . . duty officers and enlisted
with the dental clinic
.j on the second floor.
| AOOftESS. . . . . . . a from the medical needs,
hospital also tills' patient's
CITY I . . . . . '" . :BELL.A.aOUZ: needs with a chapel 10-
on the second floor with
H. L. Biemiller
CHC, as
i STATE. . . . . . . .1 I Izt : : : : .UILDJCRS.: : : chaplain
lr.iI ess MerN / tlllIIIiIIIIId cur hoat a lit your .". a regional hospital in the
N AJII. t.tssd ._ eiw tllfaotaMreN_ (M. r. of Defense network
. . . . . . . it serves active and retired mili
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Phone 384 2386 4621 San Juan i : : OWNED&OPERATED Bt, Financing Available
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8 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER February 15, 1968

n Wavy Wives Appoint : AccommodationsGuide :
v i 8 sr i' AvailableThe
., Family Services Center
Committee ChairmenMembers here has received the unofficial
reference guide, Temporary
Family Accommodations, listing
of Navy Wives Club Lutz; Pins Mesdames Joseph available family accommodationsat
Jax # 86 held a business meetingin Hagan and William Caffarella; U. S. Armed Forces installa-
clubhouse! Feb. 7. Points Mesdames Bill Howardand
their tions. (Conus and overseas).
Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett, pre- Gill Shepard;and Luncheons- 1 The temporary accommodations -
sident, announced the appoint- Mesdames Jimmie Gibson and have become popular, and
ments of chairmen and cochairmen Alvin Stone.Additional. advance reser-
generally require
to serve on the club's committees and availability.
vations to ensure
committees for a term of one chairmen and co chairmen are I Ik Transferring and vacationing
year. Socials Mesdames Warren An- personnel are encouraged to con-
The committees with the chair- derson arid Dallas Shumate;Fos- sult the reference guide at the
man listed first and co chair- ter Child Mesdames Richard ,/ that advance planningcan
center, so
man second are: Games Mes- Hellmig and Joseph Ziegler; L:1 \ be arranged.For .
dames Earl Snyder and Jerry Membership Mesdames Wil- __ further information con-
Bush; Not New Shop -Mesdames liam Staton and John Treutel; DOUBLE BARS-LtCol.A.E. James, (left) commanding officerof tact the Family Services Center
Gregory Lucas and Frank De- Revisions Mesdames Henry Marine Aviation Detachment, pinned a set of double barson Bldg. 955, Ext. 2845.
Vane; Building Advisory Mes- Barnes Barney Meyer, Henry --- --
Capt. C.E. Losey, marine liaison officer, AE School, with
dames Wilbert Wernet, Thomas Rett, Charles
Wagner, Stanley
the assistance of Mrs. in ceremonies held Feb. 6.
Cottrill, and Henry Wernet (all Smith, James Ivey and Bill Ho- HONDAMOTORCYCLES
chairmen); Snack BarMes- ward ( all chairmen); Mimeo-
dames Edgar Fitzsimmons and Mesdames Charles Smith and
Thomas Wofford; Nursery James Ivey; Scrapbook Mesdames Jax Marine NewsCLEP
Mesdames Stanley Cottrill and Louis Ravese and W. We Give Merchant Green Stamps
Joseph Moldoon; Publicity- Mrs. Jones; Layette Mesdames Bill /""*
Conley Owrby; Audit Mes- Howard and Thomas Warner; The entirejgeneralexamination .
dames Henry Wernet and Harold Telephone Mesdames Ray Shafer The College Entrance Examin- battery costs $15 and an extra
and William Jadwin; Club ation Board has begun a new test $15 will be charged for each sub- \
Maintenance Mesdames James ing program. It is called the ject exam. .
Howell and Charles Walton; and College-Level Examination Pro- For a free bulletin giving the
1-VO;.WeAOOfW1 I Master at Arms Mesdames gram, (CLEP). details and location of the 50 MOTORS&CYCLES
George Durrell and Glenn Smith. The program is aimed at two centers administering the tests,
D_..!'.+ Pictures taken at the meetingwere groups: Those who cannot attend write to the College-Level Ex-
L'U'.I r'.u.n. lIJ. sent to Demetria Mascag- classes, and those who prefer amination Program, Box 977, COMPANY. INC.
---,;: "'"" .. lia of Greece, a child adopted studying alone and at their own Princeton, NJ., or see your Ed-
103rd St. at Wesconnett Blvd. through the Foster Parents Plan pace. Those who participate in ucation Officer. 4949 BlandingPH

We Wire Flowers by the club in 1960. CLEP will receive college cred- PROMOTION 771-8244

Phone SP 1.3770 or SP 1-025C A meeting for committee its upon'successful completion Cpl. Stephen W.Kerst was pro- .
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FlowersFor chairmen and club officers was the tests. moted tohis present rank in cere-
Every Occasion held Tuesday.A The tests fall in two categories. monies held Friday.
covered dish luncheon will First, applicants may apply Kerst received his meritor- THE
FREE DELIVERY be held today at noon for club for general exams onbasic know- ious promotion warrant for graduating -
JEWELL J. SMITH/ members and auests. ledge, and the second category first out of 56 students in SHAMROCK<
-' includes exams on specific sub- class 737 of AE School. He
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--------------- which
-------------- jects, is on a college wound up with a final averageof "/
Service Men Welcome freshman or sophomore level. 92.4 out of a possible 99. TERRACE

'/i price admission any time Navy Cartoon Contest Slated Cl.lj,,, at San NiblickI Juan

upon presentation of I. D. -

Open 7 Days A Week Attention cartoonists! The Navy eludes the full name oF the ori- I i> 2 Bedrooms
Department has announced the ginator, rate or grade, service Garden Type Apartments
beginning of the Thirteenth All number, duty station, name of uMlininrrv Club
Navy Comic Cartoon Contest opento hometown and hometown news- auiosi here
fund Kitchens equipped; with! l'i C::
all active duty Navy personneland paper, command recreation
I their dependents. administrator, signature of com- Range t RtJrijUTi7io
InJn'lJ".r:, C'ondt.oucncrand < '<
Authorities of the contest are manding officer and a brief statement Heating, bd i
looking for comic (gag or situa- certifiying the cartoon as Drapes rm.sieii|' Wall
tion) cartoons with a Navy themeor original.All \\' iffall\\ (Carpet.; and
Roosevelt ..Ivd.Next background, and suitable for entries should reach the Larne SWlltI".t11, I'na;,
( to Roosevelt Mall) general use.Cartoons .* Chief of Naval Personnel (Atm: Phone 3844406Don't
must be in black ink Pers Gil) by July 1.
384-3481 on eight by 10 1/2 inch white It should be noted that all en-
>ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooocooo4 paper, or illustration board. tries submitted will become the
Contestants may enter as many property of the Department of the
cartoons as desired but Navy for use as desired, and will
each entry must be separate and not be returned.
1 contain the same information attached -
Complete rules
f contest are T t ,Xt,
to the back. outlined in Bureau of Per-
', The information needed In- sonnel Notice 1700 of Jan. 22.

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MoviesMOVIES '" Club Schedules"O" .

ularly at the will NAS be Jax shown Theatre reg-: CLUB: Enjoy the beef The Jim Glines Combo is under ':.illa': _

at 6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru eater's buffet today 6 to 9 p.m. the spotlight Saturday evening.
Saturday. There will also be a Wine and dine on the Champagne Mark Castle will appear Sun-
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturdays. Special tomorrow and Saturday day night. Feb. 22 is Wine Tasting -
Sunday and holidays. The Hospital evening. The 'Tunetwlsters are 'Night, featuring assorted Ads shfuld. be mailed. U the Holt Publishing Company
Theatre willhaveor nightly under the spotlight tomorrow dinner wines. No charge. Feb. 1950 Blfinding Bled Jacksonville, Florida. 32210 to arrive
feature at 7 p.m.THURSDAY night with Johnny Jelinek 29 is Ladies,Wrestling at 8 p.m. not later than Tuesday for publication the ,following Thurs.
Feb. 15 forming Attend No charge. day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
Saturday night.
following week unless the publisher is instructed other.
NAS: "LSD FILM: Free the family buffet dinner Sunday LUTHERAN SERVICE CEN- wise. A check or money order for the full, cost of the ad must
from 6 to 9 p.m. Tuesday is be received WITH the .copy for the cd
admission. Showing at 7 p.m. foreign dish night German TER: Military pesonnel are invited -
"THE VULTURE": Robert Hut- style. A luncheon is featured to attend the square dance DO NOT SEND CASH

Min.ton and) Rating Broderick: Good.Crawford.((8:15 ((99) from 11:15 a.m. to 1:45 p.m. at the Center, 19 W. ForsythSt. RATE: Minimum charge (3( ln! .s). . . . 12.00
p.m. Saturday at 8 :30 Come
HOSPITAL: "LAST SAFARI" Tuesday through Sunday. Happy p.m. Per additional tin. ((4 words pr lin.). . .o'.SO
alone date.
(Hour is from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Friday or bring your
Stewart Granger and Kaz Garas. and Saturday. There will bea
((123 Min.) Rating Very good. Wine Tasting Night Feb. 27

FRIDAY, Feb. 16, from 7 to 9:30 p.m., featuring GovernmentEmployees
appetizer and dessert wines and RETIRING SOON? 3/4 ACRE, TRAILER,FLOR-
NAS: PRIVILEGE": Paul buffet dinner. Tickets sold on a Life The top ranks of our nationwide IDA Rm., Screen Porch, 2 Car
Jones and Jean Shrimpton ((111 first come first serve basis. organization are full of former Garage; Fenced. Off 110th.Floyd .
Min.) Rating Very Good. Insurance Co. Officers and Senior PO's who White, Bldr. 771 5643.

HOSPITAL: "TIlE VUL CPO COUB: Tomorrow eve- of Washington D. C. have achieved new success withus
TURE": Robert Hutton.SATURDAY ning features the sounds of Mark after leaving the service. We STEREO CONSOLE
Feb. 17' Castle. The seafood special goes Is pleased to need more like them. To get Take up payments on 2 month
for the price of$1.25. The Moon- ANNOUNCEthe them, we offer comprehensive old beautiful stero console, like .
NAS: "THE SILENCERS": liters are under the spotlight training high income opportunity new 4 speed record charger.Bal-
Dean Martin and Stella Stevens. Saturday night. Try the sirloin and a choice of attractive ance Due $68. or $8 per month.
((113 Min.). Rating Excellent. steak special for 165. Fried appointmentof locations all over the U. S..How Also Good Buy on COLOR TEL
HOSPITAL: PRIVILEGE": chicken for $.95 and rib eye about you? Write Regional EVISION. Ph. 353-1946 anytime.Ask .
Paul Jones. steak for 1.35: is featured Tues- Director P. O. Box 13177 for credit manager. Will
Kiddie Matinee: "VISIT TO A day and Wednesday. Orlando Fla. 32809. deliver no obligation. A-l
and Joan Blackmen. ( Showing at BLUEJACKETS INN: Tonight JUSTISS TRAILER PARK 1 Jacksonville, Fla.
2 p.m.) features the sounds of the Came- Qtr. mile no, of NAS. Clean
SUNDAY, Feb., 18 lots. Phil Cay and Chantelswill SINGLETARYAKC modern trailers & Apts. 389 WIL MAR APARTMENTSNear
be on hand tomorrow and 3007. JAX and CECIL. 1 blk.
NAS: "CRACK OF THUND R" Saturday evening. the Ravens ( USN, Ret.) west of 5900 blk. of Jammes Rd.
Tommy Kirk and Brenda Beret will perform Saturday afternoon.The Field/ / DELRAY MANOR 110th & All new paint, 2 BR, LR, Kit.
((91 Min.) Rating Good. Nu Sounds are under the as Representative Karen St. New all brick homes, Furn., Brk. Nook, Park 2 cars,
HOSPITAL: "THE SILENC- spotlight Sunday afternoon with in the Jacksonville area. AC Low 20's. Building Lots and boat, $85 mo. includes water
ER'S: Dean Martin. the Soul Society taking over the Available; Floyd White, Bldr. sewage, garbage, lawn care 1
MONDAY, Feb. 19 evening's entertainment. The Whatever your life, insurance 771 5643. Furn. & Unfurn., 387 2541
needs, you'llfind
nights and weekends, 389 0744.
Ravens are on hand Monday for Government
NAS: YOU ONLY LIVE the Go Go contest with prizes, a Em- 1964 SPITFIRE NEW PAINT
TWICE": Sean Connery and with the Camelots appearing ployees plan designed Good tires original owner FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
Mie Hana. ((123 Min.) Rating Tuesday Tor the finals. Wed- For to cover informa-them. 30,000 actual miles. Call 387- Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
Excellent. (Showings at 5:30: and nesday is the Mel Price Show complete 5013 or Can be seen at 1725 FHA resales $50 &. $100 dwn.
8:15 p.m.) with the ,Santa Fe Rangers.CANDLELIG1iT tion and without counseling ser- Hendricks Ave.ATTENTION Call Powell or Mills, USN
HOSPITAL: "CRACK OFTHUNDER" Ret. 264 2411. Orange Park
you are Invited to con-
: Tommy: Kirk. : New opera-
tact Mr. Singletary for
hire four servicemen to work
hours for
the Candlelightare
TUESDAY, Feb. 20 ting an appointment by call-
and weekends. Earn
Monday through Thursday ing ,781-7600 (office) or evenings YOU WANT TO BE A Disc ,
NAS: "FURTHER PERILS OF 11 a.m.. to 2pm.: Monda'ythroughFriday 384-1631 (residence). $60 and up per week. Must be JOCKEY?? For information call:
LAUREL AND HARDY" Color with various assorted E-4 and up, have car; and married -
: Act today and be 356 8351. Day or Night.
documentary. ((107 Min.)Rating sandwiches including pastramiand tected tomorrow I IA pro- Call 359-1719,10. to 7 p.m.
Very Good. corn beef on rolls.

TWICE": Sean Connery ACEY DUCEY CLUB: Hear Affiliated with th. U.S. Oov.rnm.nt American Looks and runs good, to Bases, Lights Water .
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Page 10 JAX AIR February 15, 1968

Airl not Observes ,96th Anniversary
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WASHNGTON, D. C. .(NAVNEWS) ."The USS John F. Ken -IL-
nedy represents another step forward In the much needed modernization %_
program of our carrier fleet. She will allow the Navy to utilizeits
advanced aircraft to maximum advantage In carrying out resoon5ibilities -
i in support of the na

tion's foreign policy. The JohnF. Today, NAVAIRLANT is comprised -
Kennedy will be an Important of approximately 170 individual -
step forward in keeping our naval commands, including 12
power second to none." ships, 16 shore installationsover -
Thus, anticipating the commissioning 2,000 aircraft and70,000men.
of his command's twelfth It covers the world from the North
and newest aircraft carrier, Pole to the Antarctic, from the
VAdm.; Charles T. Booth stated Alleghenies to the Indian Ocean.
the magnificient task, purposeand Replacing the antisubmarine
prospect of the Naval Air squadron' as its main backboneis (
Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet. the modern attack carrier
This insight to the future is striking force. This force, with
especially appropriate this yearas its virtually unlimited capa-
NAVAIRLANT celebrates its bilities, IsNAVAIRLANT's num-
25th anniversary. ber one weapon.
Twenty five years ago, Jan. Bringing things back to date,
1, 1943, the Naval Air Force, U. the command is looking to the
S. Atlantic Fleet,became a com- commissioning of its twelfth car-
mand. Its main purpose to stop rier, the John F. Kennedy. The
German U-Boat menace in carrier is presently being con-
the Atlantic. structed by the Newport News
That year the command start- Shipbuilding and Drydock Com-
ed off with eight medium bombing pany, and Capt.' Earl P. Yates --
Window at the NAS Jax Exchange, prepared by Charles R.
squadrons equipped with 12 twin- has been selected as her first PRIZE WINNER: display. Navy
engine Lockheed Venturas. It commanding officer. Meyer, display manager won first prize in'the Third Christmas Display Contest.

also perfected the PBM 3S Looking forward to years of
Mariner into an effective craft progress, the continued efficient Navy Exchange Takes HonorsIn
for antisubmarine warfare. management and coordination of
Under the Commander in Chief, the force are the responsibilityof
U. S. Atlantic Fleet, It has con- some of the 400 officers Christmas Display ContestBROOKLYN
tinued this policy of efficient and enlisted personnel assignedto .

improvement of the and has grown into Force the, U.Commander S. Atlantic Naval Fleet Staff Air N. Y. -The Jacksonville Last year, Jacksonville also* Schanze, Jr., Navy Exchange Officer
one Navy's largest com-
headquartered at NAS, Norfolk.<. Navy Exchange has once walked away with first place in will receive an engraved
Dlexes. again taken first prize in the Group SLxcompetitionex-: ( trophy from the Navy Ship's
Third Christmas Display Con- changes with over $5 millionin Store Office in acknowledgementof
test sponsors by the head- annual sales.) their accomplishments."Entries .
quarters of the Navy Resale Sys- Charles R. Meyer, exchanged in this contest area
tem. ("inlav manager and Cdr. Fred cross section of displaysand
visual merchandising pre-
, sentation seen In Navy Exchanges -
\ around the world," said
, Tony Comorat, Manager of the
Navy Ship's Store Office (NSSO)
Display Branch, who announced -
the winners on Jan. 31.
ey w tk Jacksonville submitted color:
photographs of actual interior
and window displays set up
during the Christmas selling
season in their stores. An impartial -
panel of six judges viewed
entries from 20 Navy Exchanges.
, '\ Judging was based on originality -
of design, use of signingand
., display materials as outlinedin
the Navy Exchange Display
Guide, and visual Impact of the
I I lj presentation.
NSSO's purpose::; In sponsoringthis
I : yearly event is to encourage

I : exchanges to create attractive
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presentations and to use informative -
\ RETROACTIVE PROMOTION-Lt. j .5. Witcher, assistant signs to assist patrons In
I R ;: legal officer, is presented his promotion certificate by Capt. making their selections of merchandise -

\ M.J. Stack. Lieutenant Witcher was promoted to his present .
t.I rank Feb. 2, retroactive from July \, 1967. On hand for the "Looking at these, entries, 1

I I I promotion ceremony was LCdr._. W.S. Allen, legal officerrear would be hard pressed to say that
I '
didn't from commercial
they come
( ) and Mrs. Witcher.
Displays at
Jacksonville's exchange could
compare with those in any retail

( .. _lw8w.l.* 1 : store in the country," Com
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I Benefits Sought mf for VeteransContinued ,:.\V'\J't'.:, \ 'i p VW-4 Stays Atop Loop

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cess of Project 100,000,the President The President proposed that League with 7th Win
said he is directing the Sec Veterans Administration coun- I

100,000 retary men of "in Defense this vital to enroll pro- ed seling but service extended not only into be the expand entire The Weather Reconnaissancesquad merican League with a 7 0
picked their seventh record. The Photomen down
gram" during its second year. of put
military and
The President said he has also all of the nation's 257 win of the season to continueto VP-7, 5242.
asked the Defense Secretary to military lead the National League witha In other Monday night games
separation points in order to be 01H 7 0 record by Fleet Weather
stopping Facility knockedoff
extend Project Transition to all certain that the
estimated 850,000 COMFAIRJAX 54 48 In intra- Admin. 60 47 and VP 30
principal troop in i
servicemen leaving the armed : !:
the United States with hopes of force in the coming year are mural basketball last week. defeated VP 45, 60 57.
There were five other National
reaching 500,000 servicemen .. .
in "familiar with the benefits that
league contests staged last week
the coming year. await them veterans.." M TourneySet
"Project 'as Hospital trounced 679th 75 -
Transition gives a
boost to disadvantaged men in New Proposals 45; VP 45 sank the Boat House for March 2
five 63 38 VP 16 edged
the six months before they return Other recommendations by the t} rifts" 8K
by NARTU 47 46 Marine
to civilian life. Men with- ;
President were: An 18 hole golf tournamentwill
Barracks downed 679th 55 47
out civilian skills and without *Increase Servicemen's Group and the be held March 2 at the NAS
Hospital squad pickedup
education receive a concentrated Life golf All
Insurance from a maximum their second in course. male members
program of preparation," the of victory one with bonafide NAS
to a minimum of a handicapare
week by taking VP 16, 58-
President said. "In classroomsand $12,000 -- with higher amounts eligible to participate.Low .
at work benches, through scaled to the serviceman's pay 40.In games played in the American net first prize will be
counseling and job placement with a maximum of $30,000. League last week, VP 30 an entry -, free invitation to
services, they are prepared for Increase the maximum guar- clipped Aircraft Maintenance 59- play In the Fourth Annual Greater .
the road home." antee on GI home loans from ,', 54, AdministrationgotbyMARTD Jacksonville Open Pro-Ama
Financial Help $7,500 to $10,000, a figure the t. 40-37 and MARTD came back to teur tournament to be held at
President said is more realis- edge out VP-7, 32 30. the Deerwood Club March 27.
Under the President's pro- tic in today's housing market. The second, third, fourth and
posed "Veterans in the Public *Expansion of vocational rehabilitation ,.-,,,' Tigers Monday chalked night the their VAP seventh- 62 fifth low net awards will be 1/1
Service Act" veteran would for veterans disabled : .j up sponsor guest badges for spec-
consecutive win lead the A-
receive federal financial assist- while In uniform which would "*' ',.. to tator admission for all days of
ance should he decide to: allow them to receive federal the tournament.The .
Teach in poverty areas; training allowances for pan-time w. ". fPS Entries OpenIntramural entry fee is $3 and en-
Work in local hospitals where training while still holding a '.. trants must register at the NAS

skills are short; job. ........ .'....". golf will get under- Pro Shop.
l Man understrength police Increased veteran's pre- way aboard the station March 11.
forces and fire departments; ference in Civil Service employ- SWEET SCENERY Lookinglike The deadline for team entries in Red retirement,whIte 0 plan blue
Join VISTA, work in Youth ment to provide the veteran who one of Cottar' slaves from the intramural golf program is / ,
Opportunity Centers, and in the needs experience, skill and education ancient Rome, vivacious Dan March 1, according to Athletic -
Concentrated Employment Pro- with priority employment ielle Beautejour adds a lately Director Frank McCaffrey. 14 .
gram. In the first five Civil Ser- touch to the Lot Vegas scene. For further information con- {14.JI:: I( !.
vice levels, without having to cerning intramural golf, contact U. S. SAVINGS IONDS
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1. Jack Nicklaus was pro resolution urging and Summer Olympic games are Need
golf's leading money winner in private industry to provide job supported only through contri- moneyto
1967 with $200,000 in official priority to returning servicemen. butions to the Olympic Fund.
money. How much did Nicklaus *Stepped-up training of med- A drive is currently underway
pocket in his first pro tourney? ical specialists in the hope of aboard base to solicit funds to pay bills
2. Who is the only auto rac- training as many as 80,000 this help support the teams.In .
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dianapolis 500 and the Le Mans Veterans Administration.In S. Olympic Committee has always See HFC.Got
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year? veterans counseling plan, the popular subscription. The r
3. Who is the oldest playerin President ordered the opening extent of the participation of the
the National and American United States in the de-
Football of Veterans Assistance Centersin games oj .
leagues? New York,Chicago,Los Angeles pends on the success of the Com- :.:; ,;;'.;' .
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