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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 5, 1962
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Insure Holiday Safety With Seal pU b; ts SatW; { : ..r






There Is still quite some time each with no charge for Install- diography School chased by contacting any of the B rons n. V A-45. ext. 8710; Lt. ...
remaining to purchase those safety ation. They are available in 11 following .representatives: Lu Dan. D. W. Penwell, VW-4, ext. 8194;
seat belts during this cur rent delve popular colors,equipped with Positive Lt. Boucher said that belt Holmes, VPtSO ext. 8616; 2nd Lt. Lt. R. W. Arenth FAETU Det 2,
seat
but to be on the safe side why locking metal to metal buckles retractors are now available themr George Fergusson, 679th, ext. ext. 376; Lt Cdr. W. H. Beydler.
wait? Particularly with the hol- 660-87; T/Sgt. Lawrence Hornsby FAW-11, ext. 8321; D. B. Sapp, '
$2.63 This device rolls
plus anchor hardware all of whichare the belt per set. 679th ext. 660-87; Lt. (jg) SamuelD. (CIV) Comptroller Dept., ext. 323;
when the buckle is
iday season and its attendant traffic chrome plated to prevent corrosion released,'up and the belt Cox, VAP-62 ext. 8477; Lt. W. L. Wilson, (CIV) Supply Dept., I
hazards rapidly approaching and insure satisfactory from dragging prevents on the floor or (jg) M.J. Hall, Hangar 124 ext. ext.: 451; S. Tassopoulas (CIV)' 'j
safety belts installed now may save service. NATTU, ext. 8453; Ens. R. P.
getting caught (in the car door
your life. when not in use. 8635; 1st. Lt. P. L. Harrington, Luke, P.W. Dept., ext. 498; T. ,:.
Over 500 persons aboard the Marine Bks., ext. 604; Ens. Chas. A. Smith' (CIV), P. ,W. Dept.,.ext.
The seat belts are now being station have availed themselves of M Green, USNH, ext.88-305;Ens. 432; Lt. (jg) J. F. Raiford VP-16. '
sold throughout the station by unit the free installation service pro- Lt. Boucher and his men will Ben Kight VA-15, ext. 8584; Maj. ext. 546; Lt. Bouchard NATTU- I'
representatives. Sales are expected vided by Lieutenant J. S.Boucherand continue to install seat belts every R. F. Skinner MAD NATTU ext. ext. 8574; Lt. Cdr. R. K. Cul-
to end on February 2,1964. 15 bluejackets of the Naval Saturday until February 1, 1964. 8220; Lt. Cdr. E. S. Welch, Dis- bertson, NARTU, ext. 255 and
The price here Is only $3.10 Air Technical Training Unit Ra- Safety seat belts may be pur- pensary NAS, ext. 493; Lt. E. F. Charles G. Hart (CIV) O&R Dept.






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,VOL. 21 NO. 39 JACKSONVillE FLORIDA t DECEMBER 5, 1963

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3 Names Choice fDutyNew


Same, So Christmas, New Year Leaves To I



GoesRate Begin For NAS On December 18thNaval Incentive \

Numerous stories have been The Chief of Naval Personnel
written about brothers serving in Air Station holiday has announced a new program to
the same military branch. Seme leaves periods for the Christ- provide duty assignment options
of these accounts tell of the mas-New Year season were as an incentive for reenlistment.
brothers even serving at the same announced this week by According to BuPers Inst.
duty station or ship. But very Captain James R. Compton NAS 1306.73 men serving on sea duty
seldom have such stories told of Commanding Officer. 1 will be offered the following incentives -
three brothers serving in the same The first period will be from : retention on board for

branch, the same duty assignmentand 6:00 a.m. Wednesday, December one year after reenlistment ex- .,. _
all holding the same rating 18 to 6:00p.m.Saturday,December cept for personnel serving in pre- I
and rate. 28. The second period will be 1 ferred sea duty billets; Inter-type
Not to be outdone Attack Squadron from 6:00 a.m. Sunday December command transfer in the same
Forty-five, here at NAS Jacksonville 29 to 6:00 p.m. Wednesday January fleet; Inter-fleet transfer;transferto
has come up with the facts 8, 1964. new construction or overseas ,"
attesting to three brothers standingin Not more than 50 percent of the shore billets. 1
that unusual spotlight. military personnel may be granted Ai Men on shore duty maybe granted 1
They are William J., Edwin E., leave during each of the leave i choice of fleet or type command. I|
and John E. Landslttel. all aviation periods said the notice. Advance a It was pointed out that applicantsmay

metalsmlths third class. leave may be granted, providedsuch Include desired homeport with
The final element which securely advance leave is not in excess their choice of duty, but that such
bound this trio in all respects cameon of earned leave, plus 30 AIRLINE RESERVATIONS are made for Christmas leave patrons assignments cannot be guaranteedbut
November 16 when Edwin join- days advance leave; or does not here at NAS by Ron Stanfield, manager of the Joint Airline-Mil- will be determined from the
ed his brothers as a rated metal- exceed the amount that may be itary Traffic Office at the main 'gate Stanfield suggests all air individual requests and needs of

smith, receiving his promotionfrom accrued prior to release from the travel arrangements be made as soon as possible a's he estimatessome the service.
the squadron's commandingofficer naval service it was stated. 2,000 personnel orders will be processed during the holidayseason. Persons were advised to give at
Commander Richard R. The Military Personnel Officer (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) least two choices in order of
has set the deadlines of December priority to provide the widest latitude -
(Continued On Page 9)) possible for assignment. I
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Bascially, the new reenlistment .
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Area Transporation Office Is program will give men an opportunity
to select their choiceof
duty prior to reenllsttng. j

Time Saver During Yule Season they are found to be qualified

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Even though the world gets handled, however, In ?t most pre- VR743WinsOfOAviation
J smaller each dry with the advance- cise manner through an office
ment of transportation, getting locI ted at the entrance of the
i. from a point of departure to one's Station's Main Gate the Area
rcI: t destination still poses a problem. Transportation Office designedto
First there is the financial aspect handle every method of travel SafeAwardA
then the method of travel short of horseback.E. .
wvrFrT be considered, each to balancethe
1 to A. Tanner transportation Jacksonville Naval Air Re-
other.At administrator in charge of the
Reserve Training Unit squadronhas
times this can become con- office, said last week that he
4r made it four years in a rowa
fusing and somewhat dismal to anticipates processing at least
local reserve squadron has won
the individual, who, for the most 2,000 leave papers for trans-
the coveted Chief of Naval Operation's -
part, doesn't In the first place? portation before the end of the Aviation Safety award but It
MAKING IT THREE OF A KIND are aviation metalsmiths WilliamJ. have any extra time on his handsto holiday period. e had to edge out a sister squadron '-.
Landsittel (left) and John E. Landsittel (right) as they sew an- spend figuring all the angles This service provided by the to do so.This .
other AM3 crow on the uniform of their brother Edwin E. Landsittel. especially during the rush of the Area Office Is not concentrated year the award was won by
with VA-45. (Navy Photo by Ron Christmas Season. solely here at NAS Jax. Sometime
All three are now serving
Gardner, PH2)) All of this helter-skelter can be (Continued On Page 9)) (Continued On Page 10))



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ages by 12:00: noon on Monday before
Jacksonville,
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21 NO. 39
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Catholic Services at St. Edward's

Chapel, NATTU and Naval Hospital -

SUNDAY MASS (I'll' it L C, yR MA i I I t S Chaplain's/ MessageBy

6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital

9:00 a.m. & 11:00 am. St. Chaplain James T. Agnew

Edward's Chapel

DAILY MASS When young Alexander Graham own words are taken too lightly

11:30 a.m. SL Edward's Chapel Bell was in the very thick of experimenting Too often our responsibility is

MONDAY & TUESDAY with telephonic sound limited to legal documents and con-

4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTU By Karl Hvb.nthal, Ut AngtUt HtraM-Exomlntr his funds ran out, and he needed tracts which force us to carry out
FRIDAY money desperately. Knowing a our commitments. Too often our
Readiness merchant who might loan him attitude reflects the force of outer
12:05 p.m. U. S. Naval Hospital
the money, he hestitatingly asked influence rather than inner con
SATURDAY
for the sum of three hundred viction. Words spoken can never

'*9:00 CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY a.m. St.Edward's Chapel More Than A State Of Mind. dollars. To Bell's surprise he be recalled and as the Scriptures

7:00 8:00 and before immediately counted out the money admonish us, "Let your yea be
p.nu p.m.
and gave it to him. When Bell yea and your nay be nay."
Masses What, then Is readiness? than a day's steaming from the expressed a willingness to sign a Words should be chosen with

Catechism Classes; Grade School Yes, the state of being ready: Philippines; four days from Japanto note the merchant replied;"Young care for they are used In communicating

SATURDAY to be prepared to act Immediately; South Viet Nam, which Is less man if I cannot trust your word our thoughts which reflect
to be willing; to be prompt; to than a day from Singapore. Events
10:00 a.m. AU Saints' Activities neither can I trust your signature." who and what we are. Words
building be dextrous; to be available. The develop swiftly--where will our A man's word should be his bond. should be carefully chosen because
722NURSERY dictionary Is quite explicit.We forces be needed? When Lebanonwas
His friends should have such trustIn of the effect produced upon reaching
The Naval Air Station Nursery use the term constantly. threatened by communist takeover him that when he makes a state- the ears of others.

located In Building 560 on Child "The Seventh Fleet is our ready the Premier requested military ment it can be accepted at face The writer of the Psalms says:

Street opens at 8:15 a.m. on Sunday -. power for" peace in the Western support from the United value. Words of others and our "Thy Word have I hid in my
Pacific. "The Navy Is ready for States: It took only 12 hours to
r morning. Parents attending heart that I might not sin against
any eventuality, from limited aggression put the Marines on the beach, "
Sunday Masses or Protestant ser- Why Worry Thee. The word of God has
to an all out war. and a crisis was averted with-
vices may leave young children In. not lessened in power and still
the nursery without charge. But--what do we mean? What out the firing of a shot. A mass- There's something to be said in gives men inner strength and
does it take to make a sailor, ing of communist troops in Laos favor of healthy worrying. A character to the words he writesor
a ship the Nivy--ready? prompted the government of Thai- healthy kind of precautionaryworry
speaks. Assuredly, our daily
SecNav StressesResponsibilities Start with the sailor:basic training land to ask for our assistance'the
serves If
a good purpose prayer should be: "Let the wordsof
yes, and uniforms, % service amphibious assault ship If leads to action remedying or mouth and the meditationsof
my
record, health record, pay record; VALLEY FORGE (LPH8)) moved eliminating the troublesome or my heart be acceptable unto
from and an oath of allegiance to his quickly into position and put Mar- dangerous situation that provokedthe 0 Lord and
(Message Paul H. Nitze Thee my strength my
country not lightly given. Assign ines
ashore
by helicopter. Where worry. The trouble is, most "
upon taking oath as Secretary of him Redeemer, Then, those with
with
to a ship along other
the Navy) and have next? The Navy is somewhere of us worry about things on the whom we live and work would
men you a crew.
I am conscious of both the great The crew will man the ship's nearby.Plan for the future for cosmic scale that we can'tremedy have no difficulty accepting our
: every in the first place by personal
1 have been and battle and control stations cook word as our bond.Station .
privilege given ; ship on station overseas, have a action.
the serious I have the food and wash the dishes do
responsibilty
;
replacement ship back! home
For instance, we.....
accepted In taking the oath of the laundry make fresh water, undergoing shipyard overhaul or Worry about children Traffic
office as Secretary of the Navy, handle cargo, predict the weather.A extensive for running out
training: every ship in front of then
cars botherto
today Friday, November 29. The multitude of skills brought together In the fleet that is nearing the have seat belts Installed not Following is a report of traffic
privilege is In the opportunity to from machinist to steno- end of Its usefulness because of use them when or violations for the period November
work together with the men and grapher to electronics technician. old age, design and build whatever they are In. 17 through November 30.

women, military and civilian, Every member of the crew will replacement may be required tomorrow Worry about juvenile delinquency -
active and reserve, who make up know how to fight fires, how toad- of five years from to- then give junior some NUMBER OF ACCIDENTThis

our superb Navy-Marine Corps minister first aid, what to do in morrow. perfect examples of disrespect for week (period Nov. 17-30).6)

team. This opportunity comes at case of nuclear attack. Every timea This* is readiness. The Navy is the law by illegal parking, jay- Total accidents this year through

a time when your role in main- man is lost through transfer or ready. walking, buying fireworks, passing Nov. 30............................248
taining the capability to controlthe discharge, a new man must be But--why, then is readiness? desparaging remarks about the Number of accidents through November

.. seas and their littoral and in trained to take his place. Readiness is because: of com- police, lawmakers and teachers, 1962....................238
providing a vital component of our There is the ship: a multi- munist aggression in Korea, in and even neglecting to vote. Number of days since last injury

strategic forces Is of supreme million dollar floating city. It must South East Asia, In India; of the Worry about retirement then do in motor vehicle accldent..5

Importance.The be kept In a state of absolute brutal suppression of the Hun- everything we can to keep from
responsibility Is In the requirement repair at all times: propulsion garian uprising; of the Incrediblewall lasting that long.If NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis

to provide, together with plant radar pumps; hundreds of past which the residents of you must worry, don't waste week (Nov 17-30))...........!99

the Chief of Naval Operations and .miles of electrical wiring and pipIng East Berlin may not go, under your energy stewing over things Speeding,...............................19
the Commandant of the U.S. Marine 500 electric motors constantly pain of death; of the Incompre- beyond your control. In fact, Reckless driving....................6

Corps the continuing leadership running and 50,000 gaskets in tight hensible slaughter of millions of worrying has never solved any Going through stop sign............5

necessary to Insure that your remarkable seal. The ship must be provisioned peasants in China.Readiness problems. It is doing that counts. Other violations................x...69
skills and weapons and stocked, able to stay at Is our future. Yours; Do use your head, time, effort, Forty-five drivers appeared
systems make their best contrib- sea for extended periods with no your children's. Admiral GeorgeW Ingenuity, and skills to eliminatethe fore.the Traffic Hearing Board at

ution to the security of our advance notice; 18,000 items in the Anderson, former Chief of obvious hazards and develop the meeting held on December 2.

country. storerooms, repair parts, light Naval Operations, put it this way: safe habits and attitudes to pre- Disposition of the cases Includedthe
During this critical period in bulbs scouring powder pencils. serve that which we are so worried following: eight lost drivingand
the history of our nation, It is several "Twenty-five hundred
Organize ships together: years about 'posing LIFE. DRIVE parking privileges aboard the
encumbent on all of us to give make a squadron or flotilla or ago, Themlstocles said, 'He who SAFELY! station for various periods; 21
our full support to our new Com- task force or fleet. Organize commands the seas commands an

mander-in-Chlef. I pledge my most schedules with care: the earth Is everything; Today this Is still us the tools needed to make us- were eight-hour assigned to complete in remedial
course
strenuous effort to fulfill my large, and over 70 percent of Its true. Let us lose command of the the most powerful free nation 16 had suspended
on driving Instructions
_ *. responsibility. My observationof surface Is water. The oceans of seas, and we become an island, earth will grind to a hlt--slow-- 11; were given
your performance over the years the world stretch our for vast Isolated and alone. Let us lose ly but inevitably. Let lose penalties; dismissed;
us
leaves me no doubt that I shall distances: it takes a fast ship almost command of the seas, and the mand of the seas and com warnings; four were
ultimately commanding
and referred to
six
have the benefit of loyal: and weeks wheels of the were
your two to go from Long incomparable industrial we will command dis
nothing, not officers for possible
competent support hi that task. Beach
to Taiwan, which is less comples which provided even our own destiny."
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COLUMNS OF SMOKE AND -
Patrol Squadroo18. On

STEAM from a volcano reach .


skyward waters as off a Iceland.new island Photo is bornin take Hand AI' Birth of r VolcanoDuring


'z A llR i'y i the mid morning hours on Thursday, Nov. 14, the ocean
W b -F > en from VP.18 aircraft on detachment floor 20 miles off the southern coast of Iceland erupted Into the world's

at Keflovik. (Navy Pho. newest volcano. Personnel of Detachment Thirteen of Patrol Squadron

.-\, EiQhteen... were on hand to witness phenomenon of f nature.In .
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The men of Crew 5 were the

Jax: Navy Credit Union Members first volcano.VP-18 The personnel crew was to returning see the

from a patrol along the southern
f' coast of Iceland when Icelandic

k May Now Submit NominationsWilliam Airways Control radioed a navigational -
'w
: warning to them. Lieu-

L. Purcell President of the Jax Navy Federal Credit tenant Genie K. Graham, the pilotin
Union has appointed the nominating committee to select nomineesto command, altered heading to
fill six vacancies for the Board of Directors and nominees for pass within sight 6f the eruption.
When Crew 5 the
saw volcanoIt
one vacancy on the credit committee.
: was only six hours old, and
Terms oi tne vacancies on me
r ;? Board of Directors are: Three- the Jax Navy Federal Credit resembled a large fire on the
ocean surface. Smoke and steam
three year terms; one two year Union.
term and two one year terms. The Credit Union holds assets were rising from a one hundred
The Credit Committee vacancyIs approaching $6 million and it Is yard diameter circle,no flame was
ATTENTION MOTHERSWHILE for one three year term. necessary that well qualified persons visible during the early stages.
Committee Is The steam column rose verticallyto
The Nominating who are able and willing to
composed of, Leonard Eubanks, assume the responsibility as of- a&ut 5000 feet and then veered
YOU SHOP OR ATTEND HOLIDAY
off to the southwest with the wind.
Officer
Industrial Relations ficials be nominated.The .
SOCIAL ACTIVITIES, LEAVE YOUR Chairman; L, Petery.Quality vacancies will be filled at The eruptions were black in color
CAPABLE Assurance Group Supervisor O&R the Annual Meeting of the Credit and rose to about 700 feet at this
CHILDREN WITH ONE OF OUR time.
and W. M. Ross,
Department Union to be held on January 17,
MATURE BABY SITTERS. WEARE FULLY Educational Advisor to the 1964. The next VP-18 aircraft went
PROTECTION. Director of Training, Naval Air put to the volcano on Saturday,
LICENSED FOR YOUR
Technical Training Unit. Nov. 16. Embarked were movie
A third-grader reported to his photographers from Armed For-
CALL 7613332For Chairman Eubanks has requested -
mother that the teacher had called
ces Television and N.S. Keflavik
Prompt, FtUndly' ServIce that interested members, '
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him a "scurvy elephant. The Photo Lab. By Saturday the cra
military and civilian submit applications -
GATEWAY BABY SITTERS AGENCY
mother descended the school
for nominations In writIng on ter of the volcano was clearly
to any members of the com- with understandable wrath but was visible. The depth of the water
mittee. All nominations received partially calmed to learn that what where the volcano Is located is

TIRED OF TURKEY HASH SOUP'ETC ? prior to noon December 19, will the teacher really called her approximately 50 feet, and the
be given full consideration by the cherub was.. "a disturbing ele- crater projected 20 feet above
ment". Mrs. Bernard G. Mc-
committee. This Is your the surface. The eruptions reached -
IT'S TIME FOR SOME GOOD BEEF ON YOUR TABLE opportunity to show your Interest Dermott, This Week Mag. an altitude of over 1000 feet
and were more frequent than on

I Box Steaks Babb, VP-18 is Named Iceland Thursday.A squadron. aircraft returnedto

the unnamed island-volcano on

Rut MIgNoN 5 lb. box $9.90N.Y. Forces Sailor of the Month'David Sunday the morning Navy's with Project a geologistfrom Magnet

aboard. The geologist, Victor

Strip 5 lb. box 4.99 L. Babb, AE3 of VP-18 of the Month. He enlisted in the Goldsmith of the Lamont Geolo-
was selected Sailor of the Month Navy on October 15, 1961 and reported gical Observatory of Columbia
D.lllollo 5 lb. box 5.25 for the U.S. Naval Forces, Ice- to VP-18 on November 9, University, supplied the crew with
land, for October. Babb was 1962. Babb is the son of JohnL. authoritative Information concern-
... selected by a board of officersand Babb and hails from Granite Ing the volcano. By Sunday the
DUBUQUE'S VACUUM-PACKED WEINERS 49(16. j chief petty officers headed Falls, North Carolina. He is Island being formed by the volcanowas
.by Captain S. E. Ellison, Com- married to the former Miss about 500 yards in diameterand
FILL YOUR FREEZER FOR CHRISTMAS mander U. S. Naval Forces Ice- Dorothy Alderman of Atlanta, Its highest point was about
USDA GRADE CHOICE land. The award was presentedby Georgia. 150 feet above the water. The
Rear Admiral P.D Buie, Commander wind on Sunday was almost calm
Sides (lb.) 55C( Defense Forces Iceland. "') .<<."xa,d', ."f'f" ,* t.ww<.."z'7.l? and the smoke and steam column
Each Unit and Department '< : rose to approximately 12,000 feet.
USDA GRADE GOOD attached to COMMA VICE nominates 'J/ .j.jS .jt The eruptions were coming about
a man for the Sailorof five seconds apart and lasted 15-
Sides (lb.) 53C the Month competition. The "/ 18 seconds each. On Monday the
selection board Interviews each ; Island was 300 feet at its highest
Above prices include cutting wroppi ng and freezing man and reviews his service rY point and about one half mile in

record to determine the outstand- diameter and still growing.The .
.J BLACK ANGUS MEAT CO. ing sailor of approximately ten volcano, located at 63 degrees -
nominees. The man who Is selected 15' North, 20 degrees 15'
4029 Blanding Blvd. truly deserves this honor. West, southeast of the Vestmann
Babb was awarded a check for Islands, Is the 431st volcano to be
Ph.
771-7362 $25 and a trip to Frankfurt, Ger- t. historically recorded and the 80th
'M real old fashioned Meat Market" many, for being selected Sailor submarine volcano. The world's
volcanos have
erupted over 2500
times since records have been
kept. Iceland Is the world's largest -
volcanically formed land
mass. Mt. Askja In central Ice
land, last erupted In 1947. The
last underwater eruption in Ice-
land occured In 1783; the Danish
D. L. Babb
AE3
,,
o colony in Iceland attempted to
t t VP.18 Sailor of Month claim the new island but it sank
the Friendly Folks at before a Danish flag could be

erected.
.". t t B commanders on phases of flight.
o VP-7
Wv
Holds
ASW tactics, special weapons, and
t communications procedures the
1234 KING STREET OR Inspection
d Cr//1 lip Util{{ 1 w Inspection wound up with an aerial
near Park Street mining strike on Friday.
c so 384-7541 Monday, Nov. 18, marked the VP-7, commanded by Com-
commencement of the annual mander Phaon B. DerrJr.,strove
Operational Readiness Inspection for excellence and profession-
I','; ',rr. I for Patrol Squadron Seven, based alism. The squadron was observedand
here.
graded by members of the Fleet
Commencing with written examinations Air Wing 11 staff under whose
for all patrol plane control the squadron operates.



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I I Seabees Of Public Works



Dept. 117heels UIUk NAB


Literally, "the wheels" of the By Harold Benson, AA i

air station are the men and one At the present time ere are some The Division, made up of heavy ision Officer, Chief Warrant Of-
of the V-l
woman Division of Public
Works five radio dispatched cars six equipment operators, utility men, ficer L.V. Margollsj:Leading Chief
Department. station wagons, two VIP carsand builders, electricians, mechanics W. S. Wilcox UTCS; and super-
At least this be
said of
can
many types of trucks garaged and assorted non-rated men. Is intendent of the Motor Pool, C.
the
Motor
Pool Unit. This Is there. The Pool also provides a under the direction of their Div Lea, EOC.
where a person can call to obtain school bus for dependent Navy
an on base cab, a drive It children. In addition
the NAS
W. Ruppner, SA, receiving
yourself vehicle or an automobilewith CO's driver Is furnished by the I
a driver for officlalbuslness. Pool. dispatch message for

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The Pools' sailors maintain a transportation call.

24-hour watch at the transport .
ation "shack" to handle trans-
portation assignments of an official RENTALSSALES :-: :: ,:
f ..XA nature.In .
P
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I addition to the driving tasks
the Seabees handle a variety of
small construction jobs. Some of MORTGAGESINSURANCE -

M the more recent projects were ,
c; l the Installation of the sprinkling { wt 'J -
systems for the Little League
baseball system, concrete work on 4 Serving Duval
the rain shelters at the NAS Golf / and Clay CountiesFor
Course and construction of their _) Personal Service
; ar- wrt't '
new motor pool "shack". For i CALL
B. Studevant, CM1, dispatching the last i I
two seasons men of this
transportation at the Motor Pool Division have operated some of : OH) DAVIS
"Shack". the NAS swimming pools.
AT WORK REALTORS-INSURORS "

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I Sat. Pal Day TransportationTo RAdm :lamb



Be Provided for MilitaryThe Makes VP4


Jax Air News mailbox con- availability for dependents desir- Patrol Tour
tained misinformation two weeks ing to travel by chartered bus to
ago regarding. transportation the Pal Day festivities at St.
Rear Admiral !
Augustine on Saturday, December Lambart, visit
7. Patrol Squadron Sixteen last we
PHONE HOMESP Such transportation will be previded to familiarize himself with mat
1-3770 SP 1.0250 for military personnel only. time patrol aviation. RAdm arl
WE WIRE FLOWERS However, dependents are still extended bart a vice president of Na-ior\ I
the invitation for free Broadcasting Company spent t,,|
WeAcoiuiettRffUAt participation in the Pal Day program annual two week tour 01 art
duty assigned to Chief 01 Nay

_. The buses will gather at Dldg. Air Technical Training at Pen
500 in the NATTU area at 8 a.m. acola and visited Commander Fltl
103rd ST. & WESCONNETT BLVD. then swing past Dldg. 3 (NAS Air Jacksonville for two days 1
FLOWERS Gym) for any military passengers part of his naval aviation there and proceed on to the ancient arization tour.Commander. I
FOR EVERY OCCASIONFREE i: William J. VaugH

DELIVERY city.Time for the return trip to NAS WELCOME ABOARDCdr.. William J. Vaught, VP-16 Executive VP-16 executive officer greetel
JEWELL J. SMITH/ has been set at 4 p.m. Officer (left) welcome Rear Admiral Lambert to Jacksonville for the Admiral upon his arrival J

a familiarization tour of maritime patrol aviation. (Navy Photo) VP-16 and briefed him on t tH
nature of maritime patrol aviatior
carroll'ssport shop inc then attended VP-1611;

Meritorious Mast GivenThe presentation give!

,HUNTING.FISHING.FOOTBALLBASKETBALL.: by Lieutenant (j.g.) Georg 1
BASEBALL GOLF OBrtan.

.' ROD AND REEL REPAIRING 3 NARTU

.mr-I St. r-oix., South Bend and Garcia Fishing TadleKroy.
.'.n. Spalding & Wilson Golf Cqul .
...=;: f' Fire FightersA r z.:
[ WILSON. I FAMOUS PLAYER SETS t 11111 i ;- ,
t WEIGHT TRAINING EQUIPMENT
'r I'1r' USE OUR XMAS LAY-AWAY PLAN Meritorious Mast was held last

G- ,3456 Blanding Blvd. At Cedar CreekTIRES week by CaptainS.L. Lanier,Naval
Air Reserve Training Unit Co.,
for Thomas D. Frey, AT2MerwinW. ;
Slegety, AX2, and James E.

I R ww u6I Belisarlo, TD2 for extinguishinga -t ,
fire in NARTU Technical Train-
j Ing Building 906 on October 26.
3 Locations To Serve You o The fire began when a power L

I line from the street shorted and POSED BEFORE THEIR CAPTAIN, three NARTU sailors receiv
started a fire in a power house meritorious mast **r extinguishing a fire. They are (L to R) Cop
5444 NORMANDY- From Atlantic Mills attached to building. The build- tain S.L. Lonier, M. Siegety, AX2; T. Frey, AT2; and J Beli
ing houses many electrical devices sario, TD2. (Navy Photo by Walt Waqener, J03))
used to train selected re-
2809 MAYPORT RD.- }Yl Mile From: NS Gate servists.

j AND NOW! Siegety discovering the fire
IA rM
I, 6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. Mile N. NASGate gave the alarm, and proceeded to
i I (formerly Pruitt Tire Co.) the fire with a C02 extinguisher.The .

: .. BEST PRICES I IN JACKSONVILLE' FRITZ building was filled with reservists
attending classes. After q\
On Tires -Boffer/es/ -S7ro luBrolces ReR CAt0. f +
d r WorkI ( .' the alarm was sounded the buildingwas
: Front End 'Engine Transmission
evaculated in a matter of

I I minutes.Belisario and Frey joined

Siegety and all C02 bottles in the
:. NOTHING DOWN EASY PAYMENTS building were used to extinguishthe

l: BRUNSWICK PREMIUM fire. b n ./ ,
Fast action was the main factorin f //y
l00%. DuPQptHylon Tubeless putting out the fire which could Z. t .

36 Nationwide Months Rood Guarantee Hazard In Guarantee Writing have caused damages near the 'I.1', :: ,
million dollar mark Capt. Lanier
1 750 X 14 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE
said in
commending the three men.GET .
800 X 14 3 FOR 79.35 .1 FREEr
850 X 14 3 FOR 87.75 .1'FREE
900 950 X 14 13 FOR 98.55 1 FREE SENIOR CHIEF'S-.16's Com
I AMISSILE
600 X 13 3 FOR 66.72 1 FREE manding Officer, Cdr. L. H.
I 650 X 13 3 FOR 65.10 1 FREE Boutte (L)
I 67Q X 15 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE AGE DEAL! Richard Windom (center) and
710 X 15 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREEr their ad.
760 X 15 3 FOR 80.40 1 FREE Gilbert Thomas upon
820 X 15 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE vancement's to ADCS on November

t UI WHEEL NEW CARS 16, 1963. (Navy Photo T)


I N ; ALIGNMENT FREE ..Lowest Highest Prices Trade-in Allowance Award Won

I W lrz>. P WITH TIRES: PREMIUM OTHERWISE 3.99 Easy Terms- The Nicesest Treatment in Town By Callender

Q USED CARS Warren Dale Callender *n,
of NARTU recently received the
j 670115I ::1
II Brunswick :1II II .. Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots NATTU Leadership School] he -
G.
i I f Special BRAKE ANY U.S. 1095I IJ J 11 5552 Beach Blvd. -2600 Kings Ave. Strum man plaque, NATTU from Commanding Captain r I :'"1-
'I'k, BUlL CAR i Full One-Year Guaranteea Warranty attercefl
[ cer. The Ceremony was
is i 895 PARTS d LABOR E (Tn Every Car SoldSHOPINTHESHADOWOFTHE50FOOT by NARTU Commanding Officer, ,

!t AL PRICES PLU! FEDERAL AND STATE TAX Captain S. L. Lanier.
MISSILE first! Oil' (if
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Callender, finishing
: BIG CHI TIRE C Q a class of 17, is the sixth N/- 1)
7 e @GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's man to receive the plaque out of
TUBELESS 5444 NORMANDY 2809 MAY PORT the ten classes held this ye r,
!-" N BLVD ROAD Assigned to the Technical TraIning
f' 1 295 EV 9.0388 CH 6 4825 /fiiwif! Center" Department of NARTU, Cal
: I. 6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. EV 4-.1631 lender is married and has three.
boys. He resides in Jacks onvll1e.iii.ria

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DECEMBER 5, 1963 .JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 7".
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One Eye' ODDeaven One 'ChutislS A :

Chalk Up 100 ..

,.
On t '. .s'j\.-
Eye Earth-I Two members of the Jax Navy m I 1
Sport Parachute Club recently executed LEGENDARY* I

By Marc Whetstone, J01I their 100th parachute des- .
cents over Whitehouse Field north-
I stood motionless before the open hatch of the aircraft donned In white coveralls, goggles flight west of Jacksonville.
helmet and tightly cinched by a parachute harness. Perspiration started beading on my forehead andi They are Bob Etheridge, A2cof BAYBERRY
scarcely heard the muffled roar of the C4Ts engines as my awareness abruptly turned to the Increasingly AF679th and Rick ValleyAE3of
rapid pace of my heart! bats I was about to experience an adventure which would prove the most VP45.Both .
indelible event of my lUC, Kyalvmgl I CANDLES
men accomplished the feat
As the neared the exit
plane
within one year from their first
point over the 60 feet circular I
jumps. Valley's first descent was I
target some 2,800 feet below on on January 1 of this year while
Whitehouse Field, thoughts of FREE I
Etheridge made his first jump on
"what the world
In am I doingup February 3rd. -

here" began scampering Irrati- 7 q The 100th jumps were made froma
cally through my brains."Brains?", 9 1l Navy Beachcraft flown by Lieutenant -
I asked myself "If you're aware 411 Commander John C. Brown, WHEN YOU OPENA
of having any measureofgray mass, Jacksonville Navy Recruiting NEW CHRISTMAS
turn around and securely plant thy
ficer. From an altitude of 7,200
anatomy back In the seat and for- feet, falling In free fall for 30 CLUB ACCOUNTA
get the whole thing TOn seconds before opening their of boyberryscented
the other hand I remembered -
chutes, Valley came within 10 yardsof candles of Christmas
the hours of stringent ground the center of a 60 foot circular Green attractively gift packaged
training I'd just gone through... target while Etheridge set down is waiting for you
it's don't breeze
something you just three feet from dead center.
. It's when you open a new
through something
you'bruse' Valley left NAS last Friday for CHRISTMAS. CLUBI! Startycn.u
through. You study body
seven weeks of training In and these
positions for stabllzation, canopy Son Mike to congratulate while photo electronics at Patuxent River,Md. now get
and BACK ON EARTH runs Holiday Candles.
control, emergency procedures graphy-mJnded wife Rosemary takes snapshot of family's first His squadron, VP-45, flies the new
the PLF parachute landing fall P3A Orion antisubmarine patrol
Still, my reversing thought waves skydiver. bomber. He will return to Jack- WESTSIDE

asked, "are you confident that back- exit point, I glanced past him to thing in sight and aloud, tell my- sonville upon completion of his
pack parachute you, yourself, packed view the seemingly minature self that what I was seeing and Instruction. 9J4nIc .
will open?" This heart-stop- countryside below. The view appeared experiencing was truly an actuality. Both' Etheridge and Valley are
ping query was eased, however, as a fantasy trees no taller After drinking In the panoramaof members of the Jax Navy Sport
I recalled the careful Inspection than toothpicks, roads no wider thana the crimson skyline and all that Parachute Demonstration Team 1,21 771-(x101
made the night before by my Instructors shoestring, observers no larger lay before me, I grasp the canopy which travels throughout the south AAD
of the Jax Navy Sport than grease ants. control lines and began guiding toward eastern United States as part of Member F.D.I.C.
Parachute Club. Then, almost without warning, the the target for the remainderof the Navy's recruiting program.
Directly ahead of me, standingwith jumpmaster looked up at Woody and my two and a half minute ride
his foot In the'doorway, his yelled, "Standby". My muscles through .
hands grasping the sides of the became tense. My only thoughtsnow wasn't space.It until nearly 300 feet ?IZZA RWTRY
hatch was Harry Wood. Althoughan were remembering how I must from the ground that I sensed any ;))1 :
experienced ripcord jumper with push out and away from the plane feelings of falling as 1 noticed the
just under 200 jumps, I it was traveling at some 90 m.p.h. Not surrounding trees suddenly appeared J
necessary for him to make this five seconds had lapsed when to be sprouting at a super nat- TAKE OUT ORDERS a DINING ROOM
static line descent to qualify for Parmer firmly tapped Woody's leg ural rate. iF
the Jump Master license from the and hollered "Gor'| In the final moments before con- ', .PREMIUM BEER CHOICE CUT STEAKS

Parachute Club of America. I expected a brief pause, which tact with the ground, some 75 yards JiTACtAN SANDWICHES SPAGH;TTl.
Jumpmastering this plane load of never came, and instead felt a from the target, I braced myself
'chutists' was Larry Parmer, a similar tap on my leg and a sharp for the 15 m.p.h. landing. I felt "PIZZA...
veteran with over 100 jumps. He voice which echoed "GoI". the sharp shock on the balls o.f my our specialty"FRANK
was being assisted by the club's My world suddenly became wrap- feet..rolled on my side.... then on u
president, Rick Marini who is pre- ped in the gray clouds which hovered my bac ....and came directly up MRIOCSON
sently approaching the 200 mark. above and I was conscious of the on my feet again. It took a mere
Cedar hills"J3619
"In the Heart
of
Newcomers to this sport of aerial silent space surrounding me. Then tenth of a second.I .
acrobatics must first make five came the parachute's opening shock.I .
static line jumps. For this I was looked upward and, with a breathof made my second jump on that Blandinq Blvd.-Ph. 771-0170
grateful. At least through the ex- relief, saw the huge orange and same day. It too had Its many thrills.
citment and anxiety of the ordealI white canopy blossomed to Its '
wouldn't have to worry about fullest. To my left I caught a NAVAL TAILORS FOR : b -
fumbling for that small lifeline glimpse of the C47 heading for THREE GENERATIONS -
cable known as the ripcord. StillI another approach, the noise of its
I wore a reserve chute as Insurance engines far out of range.
against a malfunction.As The vista below was captivating. UNIFORMSCIVILIAN
Parmer leaned further out the I nearly became hysterical with .
f
t :
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THE RIBBON Cdr. L. A. Menard, Jr..NAS Executive I1I1tIIiI A HOME BY
Officer cuts the ribbon opening the new St.Johns Cocktail Lounge !
'0' Club assists. Looking onore
of the
Meenan
Joe manager
while I .
BELLAIRfollow
Works Officer in
Public -
(far left) Captain J. A. Bentley,
of Construction and Cdr. P. Wilson, NATTU (far right) NEXT TO NAS JAX

Charge Cdr. J. W. Vaughn, FAW.11 and Cdr. 0. S. Braddock, Operations EV 8-3556 the signs South on Blending Boulevard to BELLAIRi
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Take your car with) you? December 5 ; ,..._ _.< .<;,,.;: ","t., ::,t 'I '."'' -1- ', '1 '')
For Financing and Insurance December 5 Thursday,
stateside and overseas call (Phil Cay and Chantels 8:30 Dance Contest Carl Boyd 8:00
11:30 p.m. p.m. 12:00 a.m. Ads should bo mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde Drive,
DYER M. BURR, ntmnthg J Jacksonville" Florida to arrive not later than Tuesday for pulfj.
Friday, December 6Do Friday December 6 cation the following Thursday. Ads arriving too late for this deadline
I GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES will be published the following week units the publisher Is
FINANCE CORPORATION & Re Ml plus two 8:30 p.m. Phil Cay and Chantels 9:00 p.m. Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the"full' cost of
11:30 1:00 a.m.Saturday. the od must be not Ived WITH the copy for the od.
INTERNATIONAL p.mSaturday
SERVICE DO NOT SEND CASH.

INSURANCE 5613 COMPANY December 7 December 7 RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . $1.00
I ?h.Timuquana 771-0527 Road. I Megatones 8:30 p.m.12:30 a.in. Glen Futch & the Emeralds 9:00 Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35
p.m.1:00: a.m.
Sunday, December 8
Sunday December 8
...- Marc Castle 8:30 p m. 11:30 MALE SINGERS are invited to
March Wilson & Red Coats FOR RENT 2 BR home close
.. p.m. &OC audition for St. Paul's Catholic to
TV REPft I IS Game Night 5:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. p.m..1200 a.m. Choir, Park & Acosta. Call Mrs. Cecil Field. $65 mo. 7813170.

Monday December Monday December 9 Jessie Elliott, EV 9-7622
9
FOR RENT House 2 BR, kitchen

Open Dining and Dancing ELECTROLUX VACUUM CLEANER equip, Venetia Terrace, $75 mo.

SP .1-4602 Tuesday, December 10 Tuesday, December 10 Complete with all attachments, EV 88269.
very good condition $20.50 or two
Game Night 7:30 p.m. 1030p.m Happy Hour 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. payments of $10.25 each. Call FOR SALE 1954 Pontiac $100.

Wednesday, December 11 Wednesday, December 11 359-3387. AAA Sewing Machine& 2646742.motor needs overhauL Call
Vacuum Cleaner Co.
FRENCH'SRADIO Happy HourWhether Game Night 8:00 p.m.

SINGER SLANT NEEDLE First Choice for Success World-
TV CONSOLE MODEL book & Childcraft. Roy Phileman

SALES & SERVICE we like it or not, educ- CPOClobThursday Zig zags, makes decorative designs 2646374.
6357 103rd St. ation Is now our first line of sews on buttons, etc.
SERVINGENTIRIESOUTHWEST defense and we neglect it at our Balance $72.20 or responsibleparty WANTED Country-Western
perIL---Admiral Hyman Rickover December 5 can assume $8.25 monthly Musicians & Vocalist to join group
. Happy Hour payments. Phone 353-1946 A-I now forming Call 771-7670 after
Machine Inc. 1630.TURN.
Sewing Exchange,
JAX. The human race will continue; Friday, December 6
to be at sea until we realize that
SALES & SERVICE OH Dance to Bud Clark 4031 BALTIC FOR RENT, HOUSE & GARAGE2 -
TELEVISION we are all in the same boat.H. 2 Bedroom Bungalow, oil heat BR, nicely furn $75 mo. Call
IADII -- E. Martz Saturday, December 7 new kitchen stove and refrigerator RA 4-8382 5157 Blrkenhead Rd.
HI-FI Autos continue to be driven at
Cappies Combo furnished, garage. $80.00. Call Conv. to NAS.
AUTOMOBILE IAOIOflfiAi and awful
just two speeds--lawful EV 85545.

ALL MTOMC GUAHAHTtfD --American Medical Association Sunday, December 8. UNFURN lOOSE 2 BR, -
News.DECEMBER .
Mach Four FOR RENT 7347 Greenway Dr. $35 mo. Call RA 48382. 1309

Monday, December 9 Ortega Hlls. 3 BR, 1 1/2 B. Ellis Rd.
Call 389-7711 ext. 8130 or EV
Pizza Night 8-1988 after 5:30 P.M. Will share comforts of seven room

it'L'Lm, Tuesday, December 10 UNFURN HOUSE 5222 Baycrest fuUyequippedhomewithinterestedparty.. For details phone Penney

SPECIAL Happy Hour Rd. Clean 2 BR, elec range, cir G Farms 529-8181 after 5 p.m.
oil heater & VB, conv. to NAS
ALL YOU CN E.AT. Wednesday, December 11 & Cecil Field, $SO mo. EV 9-4714. 55 OLDS EXTRA CLEAN,
tt Open Power steering and brakes Auto

OPEN DAILY NOW SERVING FOR SALE 3 BR home. $50 dn. trans, radio, heater. Phone Off.
UJOA.M.ToJOP.M.. $50/mo. Call ART POWELL. 359-0271 or Home 387-2014.
r a BUSINESSMEN'SLUNCH One Washingtonian! sighing in USN RET. 264-6144 or 353-3671

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. JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 9

fiWory of Communism FRA Plans

k .. ChristinasParty Apprentice Club Notice'i i! ; ::1

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Abdication by Nicholas The NAS Jax Apprentice Club as activities for the coming year I l'1 :Jj t

Branch 91 of the Fleet Reserve will hold Its next meeting at 7:30 will be discussed. All apprentices i.. j,

I Association will hold It's annual p.m., December 9, at the Apprentice who are interested In the future ] I:1

! Terminates Czarist EraThird Christmas Party on Saturday,Dec Election School Building 953. of this club are urged to attend. I j :i
of
,J ember 7, at their clubhouse, 8554 new officers as well .1 !

I of a series of 20 articles entitled The History of Communism, Roosevelt Boulevard r
i 4i by( MSgt. Walter Stewart, VSMC. Reprinted by AFPS from the San I I Dinner for members., their THIS TUES. !
I Diego Chevron, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, Calif.) families and invited guests will i

Germany's declaration of war resulted from Russia's mobilizing commence at 6:00: p.m. to be followed SAT. DEC. 10-14 j jt i iT
I by Santa Claus's
that arrival
I against Germany, a measure was equivalent to declaring war. ,
and
Germany's declaration of war on Russia In August 1914, although distribution of presents at the :
Christmas t
rumored quite (freely, and Indeedthe tree.
of Russian mobilization Presents for children are to be .
result In another demonstration, shoot- wrapped and tagged by name and AT I IT
Germany, still caught the w..s,... f
against Ing broke The
out. blow delivered
telling to Santa Claus helpersat c I IAlII
Russians unprepared. of this uprising was the defec- the door. Cost of the presentIs plo Hili.n4. I Ic
Russian artillery pieces were I Iv.'N71
tion of the
city'smilitary forces.In not to exceed 504.
outmoded, ammunition of all kinds \
three days some 170,000 men Branch 91 0
will also hold its' '
and rifles 4"
was In short supply sometimeswent had mutinied. final Turkey Shoot on Saturday } Th stPhlGnd.d \

were so scarce battle troops with Alan Moorhead's, The Russian December 14,commencing at 11:00 Pw-.sot 4' Only.s0j I IOMOn I

Into only one Revolution, reports,". the a.m. and ending at sunset. All rhea.
rifle per 10 men crowd was running amok commands or groups are Invitedto
train-
Poor logistics,Inadequate
which police stations were being attacked setup their own group compet-
Ing and mismanagement looted and burned ition. Donations will be $1.00 per .
bordered on being criminally stu-
law courts were stormed and shot. IDEAL for
pid, cost Mother Russia the greatest rioters ran through the building .-.
toll known In modern historyand hurling documents out onto the
perhaps of all times. frozen __ CHRISTMASGIVINGI
canal below others attacked -
Except for fragmentary suc- the jails and released the
cesses by czarist forces, the real prisoners-murderers, thleves.po- /

opponent on Germany's eastern litical detainees When night
front was the weather the ter- fell
many fires were burning
rible winters which stopped throughout the city," BESI
Napoleon and later proved a
The Duma took over the gov-
downfall to Adolf Hitler. .
and
ernment sent a messenger to
After a year of war, Nicholas the Czar, demanding his abdica-
could be restrained (from the"game" tion. Other messages were sent

) no longer and took com- to the army commanders, advis-
mand In the fieldanother seri-
them of
ing the Duma's new
ous mistake since he was not a status. Military commanders pre- n '. Contact me today I

good tactician and lacked/ the suming the Czar already hid abdicated v br
strength of his ancestors such as the SUELUTEN .
pledged allegiance to
Ivan the Terrible and Peter the r
Duma and the days of czarist e 4.
Great. Too, his absence from the
reign were over. 50'q
capital (Petrograd) had the effect Nicholas abdicated March 15, "} x j %-Xr,

of turning the governmentover naming his brother, the Grand

to the villainous Rasputin. Duke Michael, his successor. It hone 771-640} t' c4' < M ,t
Rasputin, who claimed to be a :
being
-
was an empty gesture. Upon k
holy man, was a filthy, drunken informed of his Inheritance, STATE FARMI-I ;' +
MutMl ArtMNkd*'' .g
debaucher. The Czarina however, Michael, too abdicated, for It was *M 0ftIcIa....t ;
believed Rasputin to have divine not a healthy time to be the czar.
powers and wisdom, and diligently ;
sought to have carried out his y.,AO
1 Serving all Jacksonville with k'a M1 'It
every suggestionn.Consequently j a
as a result of her R FULLY EQUIPPED RADIO-DISPATCHED TRUCKS
letters to Nicholas Rasputin( began :. I
naming and replac'ng min-
isters within the governmentand -- 124-HOUR SERYICrJEAGERTON !
his "',i,,ii,**'
decisions were based

largely on the beauty and avail- P1
ability of the candld?te'swife. The PLUMBINGCompany
management of fools and incompetents -
took their toll of the M O11'ttJY!

national stability. Inc.

The war became Immensely un-
beautiful
popular. Soldiers deserted by the 1093 N. McDuff Ave. EV 8-0761 get a

thousands and famlnlne ruled the o

Steppes. In March, 1917, the peo-
ple of Petrograd revolted. the ONE place to S x 7 you baby 59?
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Mar. 9, 300,000 demonstrate o for only
s appeared (In the streets of call for

the capital city. Two days later, AGES: INFANTS TO 12 YEARS
Here's all you do! Just bring your
Brothers .-. children to oar store on the dates
(Continued shown and oar specialist la child
From Page 1)) DRING
Renaldi. !money photograph will tale several cute
poses. YoaU get to see your
Sons of Mr. and Mrs. GeorgeW. YOUR lovely finished pictures to lost a

Landslttel of Marietta, Ohio, few
William joined the Navy January Phone Beneficial! Get cash double fast for any good rea cRIENDS Your choke from beautifully, fin

of 1960 while Edwin and John enlisted son furloughs, expense, bills, you-name-it! And get ..+.%, !shed pictures (not 8x10 proofs from) studio 3 x Til
sine 1
and wallet
In -
July 1961. All are graduates Beneficial's International Credit Card too for Immediate selected post. the Ideal Family
of St. Central High
Mary's Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office any. Packatc."
School In Marietta and this is the
"Yes!" Callnow! children{ hi each family will be
first where! Beneficial likes to say One or two
time all three have served photographed sinxly for only 59* each. Groups
together. $1.00 per person. Extra Child 5x7, $1.501
Christmas Leaves BENEFICIALFINANCE EXTRA SPECIAL! Finished wallet-ffze pictures,
in of 4, same post*
2V4 z 3V4, less than 50f each a group
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December 17 for the second periodfor .
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advantage of reduced furlough Co. of
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bA ',fJ'"j I Most Military Men Earn

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A \t Va
\ York (ANFPS) Whether you are a career servicemen, a one-
termer or already a veteran, some, or all of your military service
A o 4r may count toward social security- benefits for yourself and your family.

These benefits may includes I
Monthly payments to you and 1940 through July 24, 1947, and
your dependents when your retireat ((2)) the postwar period July 25,
V -I age 62 or later. However If 1947 through Dec. 31, 1956.
V you choose to take your benefits To get these wage credits of
$160 for each month of active duty
between 62 and 65, the amount
." : : ___ will be permanently reduced. served between Sept. 16, 1940,

LV..... .I Monthly payments to you and and Dec 31,1956, a veteran must
your dependents, regardless of have been discharged or released
NEWLY ACQUIRED POSITIONS-FoeTuLont Det Two recently your age, if you become so severely under conditions other than dis
EXPRESSWAY had nine persons advanced and designated In rate, while three disabled that you cannotdo honorable.
received changes to the new AX rate. Cdr. J.S. Walker, Officerin any substantial work. Questions concerning your individual -
Charge of FaeTuLant Det Two was on hand to give congratulations Monthly payments to your dependent Social Security problems
APARTMENTS and well wishes to (Back Row) (LtoR) B. H. Foreman, survivors when you die.A should be referred to the nearest
advanced to AMS3; R.D. White, TD2; J.P. Tucker, TD1; K. J. lump sum death payment to Social Security district office...
i King, CS3; B. D. Melton, designated to ADJAN; and J. R. Chan- your widow or widower toward these are listed In the telephone
FURNISHED 5G5JOO cey advanced to A03. (front row) (L to R) R. S. Carrell, whose burial expense. directory
UNFURNISHED S55JOO rate was changed to AX3; N. L. Tabor, AX1; M. E. Ragan, AECS; The amount of social security In addition, he must have hadat
W. P. Van Nort, AE1; P. K. Hayes, TD3; and Cdr. J. S. Walker, credits you need for each of these least 90 days of active serviceor
Children Welcome also benefits varies In the Individualcase. if he had less, he must have
R. L. Simmons who is not present in photo designated as
Conveniently Locatedto Credits received for servicein been discharged or released because -
AKAN. (Navy Photo)
downtown theArmed Forces,credits earn- of disability or Injury caused
HAS and Cecil TransportationContinued- ------ ed In civilian employment or a by, or made worse, in line of duty.

including Army and Air Force, in combination of both, can be count- Once every three years it's a
aID DAVIS ( from Page 1)) making their Christmas leave ed toward the total of your social good idea to secure a special post
reservations."We card from the Social dis-
within the next week of so, Tanner transportation security credits. Security
R EALTORS4N SURORS said there will be representatives expect to encounter a good Men and women in active military trict office to get a statement of
588 S. Edgewood traveling to Cecil Field Sanford number of personnel from May- service before Jan. 1, 1957, the earnings credited to you-your
Mayport and to the ships berthed port" said the administrator"asthere did hot earn social security cred- Social Security office can help
EV 44444 -_CO 4-9442 at Mayport to aid servicemen will be, at the time two its for their base pay. However get the record corrected.
-- -- carriers docked with men anxiousto credits may be granted by the Social Any free Social Security cred-
start traveling." Security Administration for its of $160 a month that can be
YUKON DINERJust The office's doors are open from active duty In the Armed Forces granted to you for active service
8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. seven daysa between Sept. 16, 1940 and Dec will not appear on this statementof
week. For those desiring to 31. 1956. earnings because decisions
outside Main Gate2nd Door from Yukon Post Office travel by air anywhere in the Members of the Armed Forces, as to whether you are eligible to
United States or abroad the since Jan 1, 1957, have been receive these credits cannot be
BEST HAMBURGERS YOU CAN FIND manager of the Joint Airline covered by Social Security In the made until a claim for benefits is

\ OPEN 1000 to 0100 Military Traffic Office which is same way as people In civilian filed.
located In the same offices is employment.Since .
CEBATEThe American traditionhas
there to assist. He is Ron Stan- 1950, the Congress has enacted -
SANDWICHESCOLD
always dictated that It Is far
field who has been here on the laws giving Social Security
better to debate an Important mat-
DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER Station for the past two years wage credits of $160 for each
ter without settling it than to set-
1 making countless airline month of service
military during
tle it without debating It.-Phi Delta
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'White mmm Blood Donors Kenneth L. Owen, AN; Ronald D.
House' Name Thirtythree enlisted persons Parker, AA; PFC Charles J.

1 I Was Born recently donated blood totheNaval Rigby; and Arthur L. Skinner, AA. ..
in
Flame 1HltJli6
} COULD B WoRSE Hospital Blood Donor Center. Those donors from AOB School

a tr Washington (AFPS) If GUPPOGE tERRORS The donor from NAS Supply NATTU (MAD) were: Robert A. ,
the
,: ;01' Americans had not burned Toronto WERE PUBLISHED VERY Control was Cdr. Earl F. lllderbranu Ashworth, Aol; Robert 1.. Kuehl I

Canada, in the War of 1812, DAY LIKE A GAGEBAL.LL.AY A02; CPL Clifford I. Muender I
1 and the British had The donors from AEA School Fred W. Salmons, A02; WilmontL.
by burning not retaliated ? 1<'G, NATTU were:* Paul G. Adams, Sewell, A03; Alan CTacheny,
Washington, the f
white House AE3; James Coward Donnelly.AN; A02; and Ronald D. Runkele.AN.
gained its name.Confusing might. never have Patrick M. Cower AA; MichaelG. The donors from NAS Com-

P ..... Roy, AN; and Wint F.SmlthAA. munications Gem Division were
it
as
sounds, it 4
was
the result of the War of Those who donated from AED James R. Johnson SA; Louis G.
that the "President's 1812 School were: Jan W.Campbell Jones, ATR3; Paul A.KurzawskI,
known House" became (7 AE3; Patrick H. Campbell. AEC; ETN2; and James Mahler, SN.
the (
J. E. Geiger-Ootstanding Sea The as White House. /. ('t Thurman J. Lawson, AEC; IvanT. Donors from NAS Aircraft
Americans
Cadet, 1963.Geiger. Toronto set torches to J' 1. Reaves, AE1; and Charles W. Maintenance Dept. were: Randall
which was then knownas ..
.. Il Rowland I
AG2.
York and was the capital of ..; L. Carlson, AN; Orvis L.Clark,
NamedOutstanding
The donors from AOA School AE3 Francis E.Clarkin
public Upper Canada. The British burned ,....,.. '..... '. "l, I' P 'NATTU (MADwere) PVT.ClarenceL William; J. Peters, AN; and, AMII2 Bruce; I
buildings in
following summer. Washingtonthe Ashley; Richard.V.Gladden.AA; D. Waterman, AN.III .

After the burned-out interior of .
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'63 Sea CadetJames the President's House was rebuilt, -
the blackened exterior was white- i

Edward Geiger, 17, of washed to hide the scars.

4636 Irvington Avenue, Jacksonville ) Washingtonians! began calling I
has been chosen outstanding the white house the White House,
Sea Cadet of 1963 at the and the name has stuck, appar- .
Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve ently.

Training Unit. Stars 'N Bars
James entered the Sea Cadet

program In September of 1962. Plan Party
lie is a member of the Franklin The
Stars and Bars organizationwill
Delano Roosevelt
Squadron hold Its Christmas this
sponsored by me Navy League of party
Saturday, December 7 from 5:30: r <
Jacksonville, and which meets
p.m. to 7:30: p.rru at the Officers
weekly at NARTU Jax. The Sea Club. I

Cadet program is designed to The Johnny Jelinek orchestrawill
familiarize a young man with the for
play dancing.All .
Navy by training him In Naval bachelor
officers are invitedto
Airman training classes, and attend. GREEN STAMPS
participation In orientation flightsand <
cruises aboard Naval vessels Fellowship Organization, and Is

and aircraft. an Eagle Scout. Upon graduationfrom .
Attending the Robert E. Lee high school he plans to at-

High School, James is active as tent the University of Florida and AM ;UEti JAR TH IS WEEKENtll
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_1"2. _JAX'AIR NEWS _

Patrol Sqdn.-16 Heptanes
READY TO GO- Cdr. Lester H. !

Boutte, Commanding Officer ,of .." I

the VP.16 EagU't gives the "o- Leave For Caribbean DutySeveral
kay"for Cdr. William J, Vaught,

VP.16's Executive Officer to depart SP-2E "Neptune" pat- Pressler, Commander Fleet Air

for Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. S *- 1I" rol bombers along with ground Wing Eleven. ASW crews and air-
Cdr. Boutte will personally take 4 iii support personnel Patrol Squadron craft will be rotated between the
over the Guantanoma Unit laterin Sixteen left here this past home squadron and Guantanamo

December. (Navy Photo) weekend for NAS Guantanamo Bay, detachment on a scheduled basis.In .
Cuba. While In Cuba the aircraft assuming the Cuban patrol
will be flown on around-the-clock duties, Commander Boutte's
rt missions over the Caribbean.The "Eagles" relieved 'a slmlllar detachment -
9 .tlr S detachment is headed by (from Patrol Squadron

: :;: Commander William J, Vaught, Twenty-Three, homebased at NAS,
'
San W! ;;.' 0'1 VP-16's Executive Officer. Com- Brunswick, Maine.
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mo :;&' :'" mander H, Boutte, the Eagle's
IL l.,. r Commanding Officer will take over MoviesMoviel.will
the Guantanamo unit personallylater
T STARTING FRIDAY In December.The .
IncentiveContinued five VP-16 Neptune ASW be'shown: regularlyat
.:THE MOST requests cannot be approved the aircraft remaining at the squadron 7 p.m., on Monday through Sat-
SHOCKINGSCANDAL ( From Page 1)) applicant will be notified. If re- home base at Jacksonville, urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on
enlistment Is effectednormalper- will continue to fly regular oper- Saturday; and Sunday, at the Main-
PARIS and If there is a requirement In sonnel distribution procedures will ational and training flights over the side and NATTU Theaters and at
EVER SAWI! the duty of their choice they will be followed. Southeastern Atlantic. At Jacksonville 7 p.m. only on Sunday at the
receive conditional orders with the
VP-16 operates under the Ibspital Theater. These times are
....somebodywas following notation in the additional Further Information on operational control Captain L.P. subject to change.
''t Information section of the transfer eligibility requirements and the
i doingsomethIng directive: "upon reenlistment for procedures to follow In requestingthe Friday, December 6

at least four years guaranteed duty assignment options may be Malnslde Wives and Lovers -
to the assignment to (fleet, type or new obtained from unit personnel VR-743 Van Johnson, Janet Leigh
construction JiS appropriate)." offices. NATTUnlt Hootenanny Hoot -
(Continued From Page 1))
womenof The effective date of the trans- Peter Breck, Joby Baker

Paris fer will normally be within four VR-743, commanded by Com- Hospital Showboat Ava Gard-
MICHELE MORGAN months after the original expiration Teacher's note on report card: mander Raymond L. Anders on,of ner, Howard Keel
"Your son excels In Initiative,
of ?
active obligated service
Miami. had beat December 7
DANIELLE DARRIEUX VR-743 to 65 Saturday,
date, It was said.It group Integration, responsivenessand
HILDEGARDE NEFFILLIBEMPEASTMAN activity participation. Nowif other transport squadrons In the Malnslde New Kind of Love -
was emphazled that the Instruction -
does he'd only learn to read and Naval Air Reserve Training Com Paul Newman, Joanne Wood-
guarantee approval
mand to win the award.
writer' --L&N Mag, hm, Louis- wardNATTUnit
of requests for choice of
Included in the competition
tough Wives and Lovers -
ville and Nashville
Railroad.
in COLOR duty. In those cases where
VR-743 had to face VR-742, also Van Johnson, Janet Leigh
of NARTU Jacksonville, which last Hospital Hootenanny Hoot-Peter
year won Its third straight CNO Breck, Joby Baker
award.
t December 8
e Sunday,
DWt Mainside Crowded Sky Dana
The award is presented annuallyby
Andrews, Rhonda
the Chief of Naval Operationsto Fleming
NATTUnlt New Kind of Love -
the squadron flying the most
Paul Newman, Joanne Wood-
hours with the fewest accidents.
wardHospital
Commander Anderson received the
Wives and Lovers -
award for the squadron in
COVE SPRINGS Van Johnson, Janet Leigh
ceremonies at NARTU Jacksonville -
on November 23 from Rear Monday, December 9

Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, Malnslde Twenty plus Two -
COMFAIRJAX and COMNABSIX. David Janssen, Jeanne Crain
PHONE JACKSONVILLE CO 4-6511 During the Fiscal Year 1963 for NATTUnlt Crowded Sky Dana

which the award was presented Andrews, Rhonda Fleming
the squadron's commanding officerwas Hospital New Kind of Love -

FORD'S NEWESTONLY Commander William S.Reid Paul Newman, Joanne Wood-
of Fort Lauderdale. In civilian ward

life he Is Air Carrier Operations December 10
20 MINUTES ON U.S. 17 SOUTH Inspector for the Federal Aviation Tuesday,
Agency In the New York Malnslde The CondemedAltona-

FROM HAS JAX. International District Office. Sophia Loren
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Completely modern ... with one of the largest Cdr. Anderson assumed Hospital Da.vld-Janssen Crowded, Jeanne Sky -Grain Dana
command of VR-743 on J u 1 y 1
Andrews Rhonda Fleming
He is an agent for the Gulf Life
service facilities in the Jacksonville
area Insurance Company In Miami and Wednesday, December 11
was the squadron's executive officer -
Matnslde The Great Caruso -
Due to our lower overhead during the award period Ann Blyth, Mario Lanza
.. Cdr. Reid Is now assigned to
NATTUnlt The Comdemed

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V in cutting the ribbon for the official opening of the new seating :
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YL designed for the convenience of the Hospital patients and off duty I
corpsmen. Estimated cost of the lounge is 7500. Hours of op-
RYA V S 1er eration will be 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. weekdays, 8:00: a.m. until
until 12:00 noon Saturdays and will be closed Sundays. Lookingon
are (far left) Cdr. F. L. MaYberry, Hospital Administration Cf-
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Thompson Sparks Championship March

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Station ChampionshipBy



'. r by Harold Benson, AA


Communications the National League Champ, made a clean sweep of the play offs, winning the Intramural -
Championship, and the Station Gridiron Championship.Truly one of tfie many stars of the Communications
squad is D. Thompson who scored seven out of the eight Communications TDs tallied in their
march to the Station Championsh ps. Playing aggresive offense and defense, the Communications squad
on their march the championship, downed A/C Maintnance, 18-12, NARTU, 12-0 for the Intramural Cham-
STATION CHAMPIONS--The Communications squad winners of pionship and MAD 02, the NATTU Champion, 18.0for the Station Championships.
the recent Intramural -- "
Championships and the Station Champion NARTU in their bid for the
ships. Front row (left to right) L. Jones, P. Davison, F. Strick-
VA-45 in
Championships downed '
; : ..A.*''*,.' <#/* '>*'%+ "*'*"- V "< ',Y *
land, J. R cberts, P. Kurzawski, D. McLean. Second Roy. (L to R) their first game, 18-14, and then 5. %:"*"" ?!'* >*":> t'* -
T. Hayes, J. Johnson, J. Sheets, D. Thompson. Third row (L to faltered at the hands of the powerful ;"V
A) E. Krnavek, J. Jackson-team Captain, T. Johnson-Coach. Back Communications team, 12-0. r } .
row (L to R) G. Gaston, G. Scala. (Navy Photo by Pan Gardner, Taking the third place honorsfor
PH2)) the Intramural Championshipswas
IM Handball VA-45 by virtue of winning
PARTS over the A/C Maint. squad, 12-
t Matches 6.
Scoring for the squads in the w.
I BegunFirst play offs was as follows:

matches of Intramural Intramural Play Offs R
Handball began Monday November
R 25, at the two handball courts Communications 18, A/C Maint. 12
located at Mustin (southeast of Comm.--D. Thompson 2 TDs, andE.
traffic light at Yorktown Ave.) Krnavek one TD

$$ SAVE $$ to and baseball behind Barracks field. "J",adjacent A/C--L, Wainer two TDs. b ., Il # 14MpnrwI
Intramural
Offs
Play
BIG DISCOUNTSTO Action of the past week:
VP-16 VAP-62 0 NARTU 18, VA-4514 I
NAS PERSONNEL Administration 3 FAETU ##2 2 NARTU--J. Belisarlo T. Bright-
ACCESSORIESFOREIGNsppMESTIC ComFalrJax 3 VA-15 2 well, and L. Bishop each oneTD
FAETU #1 5 VP-30 0 VA45J. Fellowes, and B.Gosey
FAETU fl 5 FAETU #2 C each one TD, and L. Hollandone
safety

IM TENNIS Intramural Runnerup
AUTO WORLD
The second week of Intramural VA-45 12, A/C Maint. 6
Tennis action was hampered by VA-45--C. Clausen and W.L.
PARTS postponements and rainy weather.To Tucker each one TD
press time only three matches A/C--L. Wainer one TD
6075 ROOSEVELT BLVD. had been played. MAKING THE TAG on J. Morgan, of MAD #2, is F. Strickland, of
Results of last weeks' action: Intramural Championships Communications, in the recent battle for the Station Champion-
EV 8-3516 ComFairJax 3 VA-35 2 Communications 12, NARTU 0 ships. Communications won the contest 180. (Navy Photo by Ron
Yl Mile N. of NAS Main Gate VA-45 4 FAETU 1 Comm.--D. Thompson two TDs Gardner, PH2))
Hospital 5 VP-30 0
a Station Championships' Navy UndefeatedMiddles

..
Communications 18, MAD #2 0 ComFairJax vs.
Comm.--D. three TDs Soccer team remains
Thompson
7Ml unbeaten in 11 games this season -
and advanced to the semi- VP-30 V For
OBIGJUIC\ finals of the NAA Tournaments.

\ Tp N': .
, ; Golf TitleBy
)

18iffa8wtQ.M ,' IT''. JJafnel'n virtue of beating Hospital

"A", 5-4, ComFair Jax will meet
VP-30 "B" in the Intramural Golf
8iffLLkqet. Championships, for the number one

I DRIVE-INS I \ rlE'fNtI '; \ i MEN'S AND/BOYS' SHOP position spot. Vying is Hospital for the"A"runnerup and

COOKED TO ORDER 1 PALM BEACH YAN HEUSEN CREIGHTON SHIRTMAKERS Administration. The linksters
SERVED IN A WINK I t should their
complete competitionsome
HAGGAR -McGREGORFARAH
ALWAYSIIOIUDTHEIOTO-.OILWA
time this week, but a definite
MADE WITH.100% WESTERN BEEF '
"PoMuKujtoo/ MOM time had not been set at
DIPPED IN fANGY BAR-B-Q SAUCE '" Wtwd5061 / press time.
I SERVED ON A GOLDEN TOASTED BUN
NORMANDY BLVD. -- 3841 PHILIPS HIWAY PLAZA Final league standings for this
It'S' TREAT TO EAT WH'8W gQk4 years' competition in Intramural
, ------------------ Golf are:
Vftfc THICK SHAKES and GOLDEN FRENCH FRIES r1

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--------------- -- I I VP-30 "A" 4-2
&AIraII II A/C'Maintnance 3-3
FREE FREE FREE I FAETU 2-4
I 1838 Cos sot Avenue PHONE EV 4-4556 I Marines 1-5
24 Newly modernized .
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Fully air-conditioned FAW-11 0-6
BOYS or GIRLS BIKEFREE I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant Facilities I
I Complete Pro Shop and GUQranteed Work I
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CHANCE WITH EACH BIFF-BURGER BRING THIS COUPON FOR ONE II I

TICKETI YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE PRESENTTO I I VP-30."D" 5-1
WIN. I FREEGAME i I ComFair Jax 4 1/2 11/2
Hospital "B" 4-2
I WITH TWO PAID GAMES. II I VAP-62 3-3
,
1ST DRAWING 2ND DRAWING I ADULTS ONLY, PLEASE. NARTU 2 V2.31/2
I VA-45 1-5
DEC. 15th
DEC. 23rd Air Force 679th -5
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Commander J, W, Vaughn presenting advancement awards to junior "WE SERVICE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL'

swimmers at the recent swimming program held at the
NAS Indoor Swimming Pool (Navy Photo) ., THRIFT CAR RENTALS

PHONE EV 7-2331-.
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Wives Club is happy to announcethe When the program Is resum- Pong Play

completion of a very successful ed after the holiday period It Is SEE YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD BANK
.
quarter of the weekly swim anticipated that It will be enlargedto
program, headed by Mrs. E.D. Include both the Junior and The fourth week of action In FOR YOUR NEEDS TO BETTER LIVING
Chapman, under the direction of Senior Swimmer Courses. Intramural Ping Pong was dom-
Commander John W. Vaughn, inated by shut out games. With C Automobiles t
FA W-U. Recently 30 students only a weeks action left on the C Home Improvements Se ..
received Red Cross recognitionby Two TeamsUndefeated schedule, the last matches will Modem Appliances I i ie i ;

receipt of either a Beginner, be played on Monday, December Regular Checking i II S i I \=
Advanced Beginner, Intermediate, i 9, and the league champion will I Special Checking w.*.. .... *

and Swimmer Certificates.The I be determined by the won-loss O Safe Deposit Boxes .... l r.', 1e
program has been record. No play offs will be required Drive In TellersAll -r .
temporarily discountinued for the unless there Is a tie for
Modern Banking Conveniences I
holiday season, but will resume In IM PlayRegular the top positions.

again on January 8, 1964, at the Action of the past week: FLORIDANATIONAL
NAS Indoor pool. The hours are scheduled volleyballplay VU-10 4FAW-11 1

from 6:45: p.m. to 7:45 p.m. each will end tomorrow Friday, NARTU 5 VA-45 0
Wednesday, and the program is November 6, but a rash of post- VP-7 4 VAPComFairJax 1 BANKAT
available for all service personnel poned games might slow up the play 4 1/2 Public Works
and their dependents. Any Child offs. Two teams still remain undefeated 1/2
seven years of age or over will In league play, at press Hospital 5 VP-30 0 LAKE SHORE
4617 SAN JUAN AVENUE 2 Blocks From Roosevelt
qualify for this progrm. time. VP-16 of American League, VU-10 5 VA-45 0 MEMBER F.D.I.C.QVANDERBILT.
There Is a continuing need for with a 7.0 record, and VA-45 V.P-7 5 VA-15 0
qualified Water Safety Instructorsand for the National League with a FAETU 5 FAW-11 0
any water safety aids that 5-0 record. VP-7 5 VP-30 0
would assist. Anyone Interestedin Only persons who participated In ComFairJax 3 NARTU 2
this worthwhile program is at least one league scheduled match VP-7 3 Ibspital 2 I TIRES
urged to contact the Red Cross will be eligible for the play offs.
Field Director's Office at Ext. Action of the past week:
O&R over Public Works 15-0, ReschedulingLimits
15-5 3 AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE YOUNOMONEYDOWN I
I I
Volleyball VA-IS 15-13 over A/C Malntenancel5-2, KeglerPin

VP-16 over VP-7 15-0, 15.0
1
ActionThe
StandingsAMERICAN O&R over NARTU 14-12, 13-9 '
FAETU over Communications :
15-0, 15-7 keglers saw action on only : AS LOW AS $117 PER WEEK
.
LEAGUE
one day of the past week. The
VP-16 1..0 VA-45 over Marines 15-2, 15-6
matches scheduled for Monday,

C&R NARTU 5.1 SCUTTLEBUTT November 25, were rescheduledfor 1st QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GOWflTK I
5-1 Wednesday, December 11. ,
VA-15 Silt 1 list Z"
0.0 Action of the past week: 1 for 983 lUllS 111 lift 3x3322 -
Hsopltal 3.4 Spartans 2 Avions 2 Y2.. 17MI 113 1IU 35H I
VP-7 tlCIIS 1111 22.11 4333
1 Q66
A/C Malnt 2-4 Mix Masters 3 NARTU #1 1 tie for Jo 160115 1)11 21.11( 51 Jl I
2-4 Spoilers 4 Demons 0 13itl12.33 23.II 4532
Public Works 2-6 ComFairJax "A" 3 BBStackers 1 150x11 141) 21(8( U)2
SUPply 4 for 3532 111) 22.11. 1312.
0-6 Cursors 4 Paymasters 0 UOill 11.13 21(1( 3112
NATIONAL Chiefs 4 Blackbirds 0 '40il5-470.I5-400il 150111 11.13 22(1( 43.32
LEAGUE ruirrm NYLON UMKWAU ADD LM ON IS-TUltUU run fAll
VA.45 5-0 ComStoreFlve 4 Molar Rollers 0 Tlrt. Plus Tex Exchongt-N-Ne $3.00 Add-On if Old Tire Hit Coj,pobU
VAP-62 I
VA-30 6.1 __ _J To ourselves we are all very
NAMTD 5.1 -- -- Important persons. And that Is fRONT: BfD 1 ROTATION I

FAETU 4-1 the way It should be. The Individual ; : ,.' '. $583 FREE MOUNTING ;
679th 4.4{.3 who does not think highlyof SPEC IAL ,, .f! .'. TUIC.REPAIRA4 I
himself has little chance of
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Dispensary 1-4 L making anything of himself. Nor CEDAR HILLS
SOUTNSIM
Marines MAIN SnilTITik
1-6 1504 llM4.( 114.C 1244,.11I,.Hlwlf
have than
does he more a paltry
.
Communications -t. : b MAIN IC.I.r Nall. ri MOIIVUnn
0-7 of the and sa.... Cmfw) I
chance winning respect IL 4.1051
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esteem "SANDY"CUOMO "
Have you heard about the cross- nit,..... 0...WH..M..
eyed schoolteacher who couldn't H. Foeser, Keys to Successful My. UNII Cltll, M.. CARROLL CRIII,Mr.I r

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14, one at the NATTU King Hall An extension has been given to
and another at the NAS Mainside potential NAS sponsors who may
Theater. have missed the deadline date of

Beginning at 8 a.m. at King Hall, December 2 In getting their Christmas DRAWING SATURDAY DECEMBER ithCk1ItO4t
Fleet Air Wing Eleven will host I, Party Information Form into ,
a gala affair complete with Jack- Special Services, Bldg. 704. That
sonville's Skipper Ed and the arrival date has now been set up to secure
at 8:30 of Bozo the Clown time tomorrow. Complete information -

and Santa Claus.Refreshments will .. including Information REVELS
be served and Christmas stockings Forms, is contained in NAS Jacksonville :
will be presented to youngsters Notice 1710 dated
.. 10 years of age and under. Ladies November 27, 1963. These tickets
a are asked to please wear flat will be required for admission to CRYSLER-PLYMOUTH INC.
heeled shoes. the NAS party. ,
The NAS party at the Mainslde
Theater will begin at 2:30 p.m., GREEN COVE SPRINGS

for dependent children up to 12 SUB SANDWICH i : .._ ,
years old. The .,kJ
program will include r Nzi
the Ranger Hal Show, short- Specialization in a complex society -
subject motion pictures a visit has reached a new level in
from Santa Claus and distribution the sandwich world. No longer can What's So New

4 of gifts. Candy stockings will beLittle shipyard workers at the Navy's zi i
I j Pearl Harbor Shipyard blissfullystep
up to the lunch counter and
order a submarine sandwich. Now, Y About
Theater A New
Car
they are faced with the problemof
Notice identifying the sandwich by class
or type. This new development
brought about by the introductionof
Prospective members and
the "Polaris" submarine sandwich -
Interested Dealer?
Thespians are
urged t to
attend the next general meeting of by a retired Navy chief
the steward with over 21 years service
Windjammers for the
purposeof in the submarine (fleet.
getting acquainted with the
This new double-layered treat
organization. It is an excellent t Clayton E. Revels, PresidentIn
made its debut at the Base snack
opportunity to learn about
more
bar. It is made up of French
Little Theatre production.A .
bread, a layer of ham, banana and
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Now
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The board members of the Wind finally tipped with a cherry and for your car; a used car lot that features only the cream of the crop; a clean, efficient
pickle -- all for 35 cents. For an service department with
people who know
jammer Players would like to express what they are doing. But now I can offer the
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sincere Those
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For those
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the
put show on the
stage during
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