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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 19, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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DECEMBER 19
PAGE 2 1963Holiday A..


Services T <: ,. .--... .. . .. -. ..
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Sunday, December 22 CHRISTMAS CHEER. .. ,: :,I ',J. .; '_''Vt,. ,; ",a.- I"'"X5.I ;" ., ;r w=" rl': )( {' .I'.

8:30 a.m. Holy Communion, ti.

Chaplain R.S. Harris i.. ._ '' ,_.. I
9:30: a.m. Service of Divine Wor-
ship The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

Chaplain W.B. Feagins preach- distributed each Thursday at the U. s. Naval Air station,
ing Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a
11:00 a.m. Service of Divine Wor- private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
ship NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
Chaplain J.F. Agnew preach 'Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before
ing publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-

7:00: p.m. Christmas Pageant and Telephone EV.97711, Ext. 8162.
Program presented by childrenof Advertisements solicited by the publisher queries
the Sunday School concerning such should be directed'to the Holt Publishing
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8, Florlda-----
Tuesday, December 24, Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271.
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(Christmas Eve) ..r. .
8:00 p.m. Candlelight Carol Ser- :.: VOL. 21] HO. 41 DECEMBER 19, 1963
vices AND LIVE TO SEE

9:00: p.m. Christmas Eve Com-

Chaplain munion R.S. Harris officiating ':.; THe NEW YEAR! osG A Doctor Tells of SightsIn

Wednesday, December 25

(Christmas Day)
10:00: a.m. Holy Communion, The Emergency RoomLt.
Chaplain R.S. Harris officiating New Years' Resolution

CATHOLIC SERVICES Marry Kennedy, MD: reprinted from the "Hamiltonian"

Sunday, December 22 Being offered by NFO We are justly proud of our ing room when she died on the

9:00 a.m. Mass Chaplain F.J. country and all that she stands for, operating table from Internalbleeding"that
Murray Ibw many of us have set aside a portion of our recent pay raiseIn and are also proud of the things we couldn't stop. I
11:00 a.m. Mass Chaplain F.J. a savings program? If you haven't, a good resolution of '64 would which she has been able to accomplish remember a beauty queen from a
Murray be to commence DY Investing In U.S. Savings Bonds. This can be done in time of war and peace, local college, who had been out

very easily, through the Navy allotment system by monthly deductionsfor In factories and on the playing with her date looking for somethingto
Tuesday, December 24 either a monthly or quarterly bond. fields of many sports. We hold do on New Years Eve anddecic-

11:30 a.m Mass Chaplain F.J. Lieutenant B.A.Buscher, Officer-ln-Charge, Navy Finance Office production records, we hold ed that It would be fun to try all
Murray Jacksonville, has provided the following what's, Where's, who's and speed records, we have a recordof the one-way streets the wrong
12:00 a.m. Midnight Mass ChaplainJ.A. how's of the Navy Savings Bond Safekeeping Depository.What high literacy, we hold world way.They were eventually stopped
Is it? A depository where U. S. Savings Bonds can be safely
Abucewicz records In nearly every sport by a truck, when his Triumphwent
stored until they are needed. but this DEATH record is one under It. He was killed
Wednesday, December 25 Where Is It? The Is located In the U.S.Navy Finance
depository that we can do without.In Instantly, but it was her that I
9:00 a.m. Mass Chaplain J.A. Center, Cleveland, Ohio. the year 1963, we have seta remember. To describe her now
Abucewicz Who can use it? Members of the U. S. Navy serving on active duty. record for traffic fatalities on seems almost humorous. She

11:00 a.m. Mass Chaplain F.J. How does it work? At the time you register a bond allotment, Memorial Day, Fourth of July had lost her right ear, and her
you can write the word "Safekeeping" In the appropriate space on and Labor the
She lost
Murray again on Day, a total nose. eventually sightof
the Allotment Authorization-Bond (NavCompt Form 545-1)). When the
of 1250 lives. This averagesout one eye. Her face was disfigured -
NavCompt Form 545-1 Is processed by the Navy Finance Center,
over the holiday period, to to the point where even a
ComFairJax Cleveland, the authorization Is coded to Insure thatwhen printed 140 per day. doctor was horrified at her ap

SondsGroethi your bond will be placed In the Safekeeping File If you already You may ask, "So what's It pearance. That's an awful priceto
.I have a bond allotment registered all need to do Is to write to "
you to him? So this
Is my answer. pay for a few drinks, and a
the U. S. Navy Finance Center Cleveland, Ohio, and tell them that you
A Christmas Message from Both as a medical student and as few kicks on a holiday weekend.
RAdm. R. Goldthwaite, ComFair- want your bonds held In the Safekeeping File. If you are now holding an Intern the days in an Emer- When the little girl died, I cried
bonds and wish to place them In the Safekeeping Flle.send them to the
Room that
gency I hated the most because I could see my daughter
Jax.With the coming of the Christ- Navy Finance Center Cleveland with your Instructions. A receiptfor were the holidays. This isn't lying there on the table. And
the bonds will be issued
mail.
mas season, we should take timeto to you by return only my experience, but that of that college girl, I often wonder
How do I the Bonds if I have need for them? Just write.the
reflect on the meaning of this get any doctor who has had ER dutyon and worry how she will ever be
special holiday. commemorates Navy Finance Center, Cleveland, and by return mall any number of a big holiday. There are sightsto able to face the world. All thisI
bonds that desire whether It be all of them will be
the anniversary of the birth of your you one or be seen in an Emergency Room I feel for people that I don't even
released to NOTE the service member authorizethat
you, : Only can
that
Jesus Christ whose creed was you will never be able to erase know.
bonds be placed In released from the .
or Safekeeping Depository.How
"Peace on earth, good will to from your mind. The sight of a During the Christmas holidays
can I find out the number of bonds I have in the Safekeeping
men." It reminds us anew of drunken father, sobbing over his please drive If
carefully.
File? Write to the Navy Finance Center, Cleveland. A listing of all you
the gift us by our 8-9 year old daughter who had lost
great given bonds being held for will be forwarded.If must drink oji a holiday, let some-
creator. As members of the you an arm In a traffic accident whichhe one else drive. Drive carefully
you have any questions concerning a savings' bond allotment
Navy and Marine Corps team, please visit NFO for the latest information. caused. I will never forget all of the time, and I won't haveto
your
we are dedicated to protect this this case, because I was the firstto see or loved ones In
REGISTER THAT you your
ALLOTMENT
FOR U.S. SAVINGS BONDS NOW!
gift for without it, we could not see her; and I was In the ope rat an Emergency Room.Chaplain's .
have our precious liberties and
freedoms. Let us take time to Christmas

give pray us that the He strength, in His to wisdom meet these, will M...... Christmas Message I IIt

grave responsibilities.I From NAS COA Chaplain Frederick J. Murrayit -
wish, however to add a note The idea of gift giving Itself
Christmas
Is Time again.The is a time of year for familiesto
of caution to all hands. The Christmas Greeting from Captain Christmas Season, with its so- get together. What could be correctly understood, Is most appropriate -

deadly combination of drinking and JR. Compton NAS Command- called Christmas Spirit, has a more fitting, for the First Christ- for the Season.Chrlst-
driving and the hazards of traveling Officer. mas commemorates God givingus
Ing which
magic transcends all other mas was a family day, a day of
unrealistic distances during Few are the tales that will stand holiday seasons. It abounds in great joy, for the world's first the greatest possible gift, His
brief liberty or le.neperiods often but the and own Divine Son. The Magi came
retelling; Christmas story warmth friendship. Jewish family The Holy Family.
turns the joyous season Into a is ever fresh and vital. The years personnel have their own Holy Many thinking individuals fear bearing gifts. Their gifts to the
period of tragedy for many Navy have not faded its beauty and luster. Day--Hanukkah--The Feast of the that Christmas has become a com Infant Christ set the pattern for
families. Let us all prevent this Wars have not smothered it; tech- Candles, which has its own charm. mercial coup rather than a our gifts to one another. We givea
by observing the true meaning of nological advancement and pro- It coincides quite closely with religious anniversay. "keep gift because we cannot give our-
Christmas on the highways as gress have not made It obsolete.Art the Christmas Season. For all Christ in Christmas" signs mark selves. The gift represents us,
well as in our homes, our and literature have added to others with close or even dis- the attempts to stem this tide. It embodies our love and friend
churches and our hearts.To rather than detracted from its tant ties to religion, the seasonis Such fears are not without founda- ship, or our sense of our love
one and all my personalbest glory. And here it Is again to a Christian Feast. Happily tion, for a real danger exists. and friendship or our sense of
wishes for this holiday sea- brighten the routine of our lives. But commercialism Is responsibility.So .
son. Among the many titles givento rand service, which Insists that devotion If it supplants the religious wrong mean-only give gifts this Christmas, but
Him whose advent Into the world to duty In the protection of Ing of the Season. The dangeris Christianize the practice In your
Christmas commemorates i is our democratic way of life and the one of stress -- not too much homes. Make It part of your
"Prince of Peace." The elements preservation of the* free world commercialism, but too little religious celebration, not an incompatible

DRIVE of the peace He came to offer can will measurably advance the time religious awareness and practice.We pagan custom. The
be of benefit when deep awareness of God's generousgift
vast if Incorporatedinto peace and good will among must blame our own spiritual
our Individual lives. There is men to us can underlie our gift
may truly come to pass. neglect If the merchants attemptto
i..r SAFELY love, which commits men to mutual To each of youl I extend warmest make a living Is allowed to giving to our loved ones and Inspire
respect and understanding and goodwill good wishes for a joyous Christ- distract us or our families froman the sense of warmth joy
which Is the only antidote tot mas and for a New Year of happiness appreciation of the true mean- and religious well-being which is
the poisons of hate and suspicion; progress and prosperity. Ing of Christmas. the Christmas Spirit. Merry
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A JAX AIR NEWS DECEMBER 19, 1963
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O&K SERVICEMAN' Captain;

r Ssx James R. Compton' NAS Com- O&R's King Receives Honors

.u+rM manding Officer presents' a $50thee'
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'fo William J. King, AMH3

of the Overhaul and Repair, Air As November 'Serviceman'A

craft Transfer Helicopter Line. /.

R. E. Brink, King's Division Officer 21 year old third class petty Helicopter Line.

s looks on. (Navy Photo by officer was honored last Friday He was presented a $50 check
"1 Ron Gardner, PH2)) upon his selection as NAS Ser- by Captain James R. Compton.
viceman of the Month for He will also receive an all expense -

A loose can often leadto November. He Is William J. King, paid day trip to St.Augustine,
.:: tongue AMH3 of the Overhaul and Repair courtesy of the USO.
) few loose teeth. -- Lavonne
: \ : f fi Mathlson Department, Aircraft Transfer

% i King was selected for his pro-
fessional performance of work
as
1 Waves Entertain Daniel a qualified plane captain of H-13,
H-19, If-34, H-37, H-43 and SU-3A
Memorial Home Kiddies ;'jhellcopters. is one of three
men fully qualified as plane captainof
the SH-3A aircraft. In this
The 25 children of the Daniel capacity, he Is responsible for
Memorial Home in Jacksonville acquainting other men with the
were entertained last Saturday procedures for preflightlng and accepting -
December 14 by the Waves of NAS helicopters as they are
Jacksonville.Each received by the Aircraft Transfer
l lWiti Wave was In charge of Division.He .

1 two or three children for the
/ srateflll hearts party held In the game room of
; was also cited for his neat
the Wave Barracks from 1:00: p.m.
appearance, willingness to do
until 2:00: p.m. Cookies,cokes and more
than is required, his cheerful attitude -
were on hand for the after-
games
ward: his work and
this time of the noon affair. The group then pro- out-
standing spirit of
year ceeded to King Hall where they willing cooperation -
with- both civilian and
'
P f -V were given a Christmas party with
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military personnel.The
toys, stockings and a talk with
we express appreciation : Ranger Hal and Santa Claus.
M Chairman for the committee was native of Ponkonkoma, N.Y.
Sue Saunders SA, of the Protes- hs, been here at NAS for two years.

tant Chaplains Office; Jo Chika
to our y frienJs. / CAN PLAY TOOl! Sevon year SA, of the Aircraft Maintenance
I r many old Emma Spring of the Daniel l Department was in charge of the Decorating Committee; and Mary

Memorial Home plays the piano Refreshment Committee; PatriciaA. Ellen Rodgers SA, of the Dental

I at the party given for the children Ferracci SA, of the Military Department was In charge of the
lost week at the Wave Barracks Personnel Office headed the Game Committee.

t while Sherry Ellison, SA foods
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Pressler, Commander of FAVV-II with Skipper Ed, on Santa's

woM' right and Bozo the Clown also presents a stacking to Copt Pressler

VYI! at FA W.II's Christmas Party December 14. (Navy Photo)

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room was 1,147.
By Jerry Davis, JOSN
The library Is a family library

When was the last time you Always on hand to help with locating with the children's roomre-
read the New York Times or The books or references are ference rooms, and more. The
Wall Street Journal? Those are Margaret Clees the head Library staff extends an Invitation rr
just two of the 150 periodicals that lib:arianand; her assistantsBetsy to everyone to spend a quiet even-
the Naval Air Station Library offers Strlckler. Johanne Hofstee and Ing with your family browsing
along with 32,000 books. Dorothy Capwell. around or reading your favorite o
You can read anything from the book.
newest best seller to cartoon books The circulation for the month of It Is open every Monday through
to airline schedules or perhaps November at the NAS Library was Friday from 8:30 a.m. until 9
your hometown newspaper. In the neighborhood of 6,187 books. p.m. It opens on Saturdays at
There Is a children's readingroom During that same month a total 8:30: and closes at 5 p.m. Sundays,
too, with new books which of 12,374 persons Including dependents the library Is open from 1 p.m.
were put Into the stock from $500 used the library. Of until 9 p.m.STANDING. a ...
which was donated by the Jack- this number 4,872 were servicemen. -
WITH of thelibrary's
sonville Officers' Wives Club. A check of library cards some
children boos
This money went to purchase revealed that the greatest numberof new ore
books and for the upkeep of the servicemen borrowing books the NAS librarians (l-R) Dorothy

children's room. were assigned to Heavy Photo- Capwell, Johanne Hofstee; Betsy
While you are at the libraryyou graphic Squadron Sixty-Two and Strickler, and Margaret Clees. JJalvel'nMEN'S
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..war Above orders served with Ice tea
to hold your hands'against Incom- or coffee, choice of 2 vegetables,
Chimney fort is a sure sign of a fire tossed!erne// salad.Corn Green Mashed Beans Potatoes, "Whole DOCK AND WATERFRONT
hazard. If the wall is too hot Cole Slaw Sweet Potatoes "AppleSauce
Check Good
for comfortable contact, the thingto Blade Eyed Peas "Pickled/ PRIVILEGES .
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Safety the furnace or fireplace immedi- ORDERS TO TAKE OUTIF NO DOWN PAYMENT
If there's a chimney In your ately and call in a heating expert. YOU WISH

house, press your hands againstIts Many chimneys become lined 8 MIN. FROM NAS
wall In cold weather. with accumulations of uncombusted liuwttauJtatdj
The Greater New York Safety parUcles! that may cause fire to $12,500 TO $15,500
Council offers this advice to house break out at several levels of the $72 PER MO. UP
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caution against the house burning warned if it becomes necessaryto
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N. .Moss, AD3; D.L. Myles, TM3;

R.W. Naughton, ATR3; P.E. Pyle OUTLET FOR MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING
ABH3; N.M. Shupa, ADJ3; T.l
Shampine, A03; J.W. Stell, ADR3; AND PATRONAGE DURING THE PAST MONTHS.WE 5454 NORMANDY BLVD.
R.D. Walno, AG3; B.J. Wertman, WISII YOU "A MERRY CHRISTMAS and a "Across from Atlantic Mills"
ADJ3 and L. Wood, ADJ3. HAPPY NEW YEAR."


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DECEMBER 19, 1963r

oaR Qualll Control

j

.1 Examined By Bureau Team

The precedures used for quality ance Group in O&R was progressing -
control in the Overhaul and Repair satisfactorily. During this
Department were examined last visit the team checked the pro-
rs week by a three-man audit team cedures for quality management,
A w from the Bureau of Weapons Fleet quality engineering, calibration of
*E 11 Readiness Representives Atlantic test equipment, and verification of
headquarters in Norfolk, Virginia. quality. O&R Jacksonville is the
j The Audit Team Chairman. C. fourth O&R to be evaluated by the
Bartusiak, stated that the reorganization team and received a very satis-
of the Quality Assur- factory evaluation by the audit
team
AUDITS O&R-The BWFRRI-'
TEAM
.. Carroll's sport shop inc ANT Audit Team examines O&R MoviesMovies -Thursday, December 19
quality control. (fl-R) CaptainR. Malnside Of Love and Desire

HUNTING* FISHING* FOOTBALL H. Fagan, Overhaul and Repair will be shown regularly Merle Oberon, Steve Cochran
W. C. Barfusiak, NATTUnlt Thunder Island
Officer, Smalley Gene
at 7 Sat-
BASKETBALL. BASEBALLS GOLF p.m. on Monday through
and K. Schultz/ and the Quality Oberon, Faye Spain
I urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on
ROD AND REEL REPAIRING Assurance Group Superintendent, Saturday; and Sunday, at the Main- Hospital Lolita James Mason
.m =::;ra St. Croix, South Bend and Garcia Fishing/ TockeKroydon / Shelly Winters
e t. B. St. Petery. (Navy Photo) side and NATTU Theaters and at
:;: Spitting & Wilson Golf Equip.
(
7 p.m. only on Sunday at the Hos- Friday, December 20
--' WILSON FAMOUS PLAYER SETS pital Theater. These times are
JOWC, Girl I Scout Malnside In the French Style
WEIGHT TRAINING EQUIPMENT subject to change.
;
tV Jean Seberg, Stanley Baker
,.--0 Ir USE OUR XMAS LAY-AWAY PLAN Troop Give Party NATTUnlt Of Love and Desire
3456 Blanding Blvd. At Cedar Crook for the leadership of Mrs. J. L. Jilek, Merle Oberon, Steve Cochran
Nursery
has been working toward their toy Hospital Thunder Island Gene
I i The Jacksonville Officers' making badge by making and repairing Oberon, Faye Spain
I Wives Club In con junction with Girl toys for the CumberlandDay
YUKON DINERJust Scout Troop327 gave Christmas Nursery. These toys will Saturday, December 21
Party December 18th for the be contributed to the Nursery at the Malnside Ghost Chasers -
Children the Cumberland Christmas Bowery Boys
at party.
outside Main Gate -2nd Door from Yukon Post Office Day
Nursery. The Jacksonville Officers' NATTUnit In the French Style
BEST HAMBURGERS YOU CAN FIND Troop #327,one of the five troops Wives Club arranged to have Santa Jean Seberg, Stanley Baker
sponsored by the Jacksonville Of fl- Claus land 4n{ a helicopter at 3:30 Hospital Of Love and Desire -
OPEN 1000 to 0100SANDWICHES cers' Wives Club, was originally p.m.Refreshments Merle Oberon, Steve Cochran
started as a Drownie troop ir were served and Sunday
December 22
COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER 1960 and it has retained its origi- each child was presented with a
nal number through the first yearof toy. Malnside Forty Pounds of
PHONE 387-9351 Girl Scouts. The troop, under Trouble Tony Curtis, Suzanne
Pleshette
\s san"c, S.a marco....co NATTUnlt Ghost Chasers
% lifoaSTARTING Bowery Boys
Hospital In the French Style
Jean Seberg, Stanley Baker

THURSDAY Monday, December 23

Malnside Music Man Robert
Mm ti rM J
a7; Preston, Shirley Jones

OBERON COCHRAN J JUROENS NATTUnit Pleshette Trouble --Tony Forty Curtis Pounds, Suzanne of

Hospital Ghost Chasers Bowery
Boys

Tuesday, December 24
.VrC Mainslde Jumbo Doris Day,
Jimmy Durante
yM NATTUnit Music Man Robert
Preston, Shirley Jones
Hospital Forty Pounds of
Trouble Tony Curtis, Suzanne
Pleshette

Wednesday, December 25
i
Mainside Courtship of Eddies
0 IN Father Glenn Ford, Stella
Stevens -
COLOR and
CINEMASCOPE NATTUnit Jumbo Doris Day

/ FILMED IN EXCITING Jimmy Durante
,
Hospital Music Man Robert
-,. MEXICO CITY Preston, Shirley Jones

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If your budget takes a nosedive-

CAR WASHHOURS
"MayDay" Seaboard for a loan. Seaboard specializes

I in renting money to Naval personnel. For high priority

serf .;e, telephone ahead for a personal (and top secret)

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payments will be.SfffffOffffD. 9.00 A.M. 6.30
P.M. 9.00 A.M. 1.30 P.M. 9 :

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Over 700 "cash canteens"FINANCE from coast to COMPANY coast Wherever you're Every WEDNESDAY I

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215 Lynch Building, Jacksonville Loans l to $600 34 West Duval St., Jacksonville Is DOLLAR DAY

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Christmas Cheer Holiday Hours For Closed

Thursday, December 26, 1963 Palron-16
NX, CommissaryThe Closed ( (
Being PreparedFor Inventory)
and Commissary NEW YEAR'S 110.1. NW
Navy Exchange
12th Year Store has announced the Navy Exchange NAS, NATTU 4, ;

following schedule for the and Naval Hospital Klnder.arlen ( j'
Tuesday, December 31,1963 -
Christmas baskets for the needy Holidays:
All activities will be
CHRISTMAS open regular -
families this year will be given "*
through NAS Public Works, Supplyand Navy Exchange NAS, NATTU hours except the following: Fifty-five bright-eyed childrenfor w ,
the Overhaul and Repair De- and Naval Hospital Enlisted Men's Club (Blue the Navy Wives' Kindergartenvisited J

partments.The Tuesday, December 24, 1963 Jackets Inn), Building 46 Open Patrol Squadron Sixteenon ,,. t

Overhaul and Repair Ma- All activities will be open until 12:00 noon until 1:00 a.m. Wednesday, December 11. 4
Snack Bar, Hangar 140 -Closed Accompanied by their teacher,
mists are in their 12th annual 1:00 p.m. except the following:
Snack Bar,Building 200-Closed Mrs. Billie Badard, the children
year of basket giving for needy Cafeteria, building 118 Open
families this year. A total of until 6:00 p.m.Cafeteria Wednesday, January 1, 1964 exercised their curiosity by "In
All activities will be closed specting" one of the
except squadron's
30 families will receive grocerieson building 3 Open
December until 3:00 the following: SP-2E "Neptune" patrolbombers.Each .
Friday 20 at 2:30 p.m.Enlisted
Cafeteria, Building 118 Open excited visitor was designated Cttla dM JIOMI1'lIff
p.m. Captain R.H. Fagan, the of Men's Club (Blue
regular hours as an "Honorary Patrol Plane cheek itate Ya..'.
Overhaul and Repair Departmentwill Jackets Inn) building 46 12:00
Snack Bar Golf Shack Open Commander," having inspected
low prairies rates
also be present for the party. noon until 1:00 a.m. *
"
The Supply Department this year Snack Bar, Golf Shack Regular regular hours with diligence and genuine interest" 1ft carrfol 4rfYtrtrates -
Enlisted Men's Club Blue the SP-2E bomber.
(
also will provide groceries, cloth- hours tf
td low !tt tftt
Jackets Chief Parachute EdwardR.
Inn
ing and at least three three Snack Bar, Hangar 140 Closed ) Building 46 Open Rigger
toys Llzer inflated life out of two nay sate
12:00 noon until 1200.;. a.m. a seven man
for children of estim- Snake 200Closed
apiece an BarBuilding
Hours for Commissary Store, raft for the children, demonstrated Important dollars
ated 15 families. The Christmas Wednesday, December 25, 1963
Building 135.Tuesday the proper use of life vests And ohosk state
party for these needy families all activities will be closed except
December 24, 1963 of the type carried on the air-
will take place December 21. All the following: Yarn rvlet-so
Open regular hours craft, and ignited day and night
food and will be Enlisted Men's Club Blue
clothing providedwith ( food that people to*
Wednesday, January 1, 1964 flares for the appreciative
money donated by employeesof Jackets' Inn) Building 46 12:00 Closed audience. stare sere oars with
the noon until
Supply Department.The 12:00 Be Aware of Little Rickey Ives, outfitted ina us titan with aitjMM
Public Works
Departmenton Hours for NAS CommissaryStore
(flight helmet and life
,
preserver
December 23 will also provide building 135. Other DriverThe and wearing a grin from ear to tic* Call today

clothing, food and toys for needy -HOURS- Churcn Division ot the
ear, proudly accepted a VP-16
families around the Jacksonvillearea Tuesday, December 24, 1963 Jacksonvllle-Duval county Safety plaque for his school. The pre- E. MARK UTSEY

from money donated by the 8:00 a.m. 2:00 p.m. Council announces a County-wide, sentation was made by CommanderL 1948 Blanding Blvd.

employees fo Public Works. Wednesday. December 25.1963- campaign of safe driving with the H. Boutee, Commanding Of-

slogan,-Caution Ibliday Ahead." ficer of VP-16. Five year old 389-0338)

Let this slogan be foremost Rickey is son of Mr. and Mrs.
during this holiday season. Let Richard H. Ives. fTATt r/UUI/ MUTUAL
I AUTOMOtllt 'INSUKANCC
us be constantly aware of our drive r...." COMPANY, KOMI OFFICE:
ing and the other driver. The M.OOMIN6TON. ILLINOIS

q'Q holiday season creates added .

with traffic the extended congestions shopping and danger hoursat BIB. CHIEF liRE CU I .m ''u

night. Then, let us always

because community.remember THEY our Please CARE.children TAKE of CARE our 3 Locations To Serve You BJ


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CJziJIwLTAKE 5444 NORMANDY- From Atlantic Mills


2809 MAYPORT RD.- KaMii.FroaNSC: *,

398-54U8 j

6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 3'' Mile H. NAS Gate

(formerly Pruitt Tire Co.))
,:\, SOUTHERN
SERVICEOR FRIED BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE FRITZ
CHICKEN PARMAN
; i DINING + ALL YOU On Tires/ 'BatteriesShocks/ -Brakes (Ref CPO.,
t ROOM L, CAN EAT Front End Engine I Transmission Work
.T .... $150

PRESENT EXCHANGE. Last Thursday the Navy Wives Club '86 helda .. C Sea 9fcOdl+ood : WE IN All IHIQHI1 tfil

Christmas Luncheon at their clubhouse on Enterprise Avenue. teaks

Highlight of the afternoon was the exchange and opening of ': NOTHING DOWN EASY PAYMENTS

gifts;( among the members. fL to RI) Mrs. Jerome Forest'; Mrs. Lanny \l

Burgess; Mrs. Randy letter; and Mrs. Thomas lusby, Hostess for BRUNSWICK PREMIUM

the luncheon. (Nov y'Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) w1 100% DuPqpt.Nylon Tubeless
Nationwide Guarantee In Writing
1 Months Road Hazard Guarantee
Leadership Is complicated. It } 36
ftfi 750 x 14 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE
it is emotional;
is Intellectual;
0' Club 800 x 14 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE
inherited
and it Is physical. It Is fi f s 850 x 14 3 FOR 87.75 FREE
learned. It is summationof
and it is 900 950 x 14 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE
the total man which must 600 x 13 3 FOR 66.72 1 FREE
Thursday, December 19 square with myriad desires of the 650 x 13 3 FOR 65.10 1 FREE

Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6:00: p.m. group....Emery Stoops, USC, ON?9b US.KINGS HWy.AvT.I. SOUTH 670 x 15 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE

Keys to Leadership," Phi Delta WE CAN CA TER YOUR PARTY 710 X 15 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE

Friday, December 20 Kappan, 10-63 Tqphgn/o A Hen, Owner Dinner 6:00 p.m. 9:30 p.m. .. 820x15 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE
-- ..
Charlie Jay 8:00 p.m.12:00 a.m. r' WHEEL
<
U
Saturday, December 21 \.. "Fcia/ NoncJ!/ Betrd 1" "'-" ," ... .. '
"
l! : S3 ALIGNMENT FREE
(> 't C s
Cappies Combo 8:30 r d .
p.m.- f'' "

12:30 a.m.Sunday. frf f rtf I I'. ( IU{ ,... ill't........ f z y. WITH TIRES-OTHERWISE: PREMIUM O.77UUIKMG O

I .
December 22 'i IHI .
,1ft fmi '-- Q FREE
: :
Buffet 6:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m. l1 I'J .... 670x15
of
Steamship round prime ribs !. .r.

beef Monday and fried, December chicken. 23 :.;,w.'f'' ; ,, _,, : ,! 'fl .... ::.".......,_. ''', Brunswick Special BRAKE U.S. 10'5

Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. All Modem Banking Conwniences SHOESANY CAR
BANKING HOURS 895 PARTS 4 LABOR
Tuesday December 24 MONDAY THURSDAY FRIDAYBonk -
,
9:00 A.M. ?*00 P.M. Bank 9:00 A.M.." 2iOO P.M. AL L PRICES PLUS FEDERAL AND STATE
Lunch 1:45 < P.yU .ft.-dO #> MDrv.n
11:15 a.m. p.m Tellers 9:00 A.M. 4:30 P.M. :JJJ: : 8 P M.
Secured after lunch DrreTellers/ A.M :00 wsw BIG CHIEF TIRE CO.

December 25 CLOSED SATURDAY 750 x14TUBELESS
Wednesday, 5444 NORMANDY 2809 MAYPORT 1

Club Closed FLORIDA NATIONAL BANK BLVD ROAD

/17 LAKE SHOAL' 1295DECEMBER EV 9 0388 CH 6 4825

Merry Christmas! 4617 Son JVOM Avenue(2 Bloch/ From Roosevelt Member F.D.I.C. 6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD EV 4-+4831



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Acey Duecy Sunday, December 22 j. .
Club Blue Jackets InnDoin's I .
Game Night 5:30: p.m. 7:30: p.m.
Thursday, December 19 Phil Cay and the Chantels 8:30:
11:30
Red CoatswithMarehWilson8:30p'm. p.m.

11:30 p.m. Monday, December 23 Thursday, December 19

Friday, December 20 Open Dance Contest &. Dance Featur- Ads should b* mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 ,Clyde' Drive,
Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than Tuesday for publI-
Marc Castle 8:30 12:30: Tuesday December 24 ing Glen Futch The Emeralds cation the ( Ads arriving too late for this deadline .
p.m.
8:00: p.m. Midnight will be published the following week unless the publisher Is
a.m. Open Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of
Friday, December 20 the ad must be reos Ived WITH the copy for the ad.
Saturday, December 21
Wednesday, December 25 DO NOT SEND CASH

DoReMi Trio 8:30: p.m. 12:30 Christmas Dance Featuring Phil Cay & The RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .$1.00
a.m. Merry I Chantels 9:00: p.m. 1:00: a.m. Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35

Saturday, December 21

Club Opens at Noon Dance Featur-
ing Carl Boyd & The Rhythm OLD ORTEGA-across street from
NORTON'S MOBILE HOME PARK
School 4031 Baltic St.
8:00 1:00 Ortega
Kings : p.m. a.m. 2 BR, 1 flr.cottstove & ref. in Large lots, 8' X 40'patios, laundry

( Sunday, December 22 new kit, oil heat, DRgar.$75.mo.EV facilities. FREE LOCAL MOVING
3 Miles East of Cecil Field
J J1 TAKE OIT ORDERS DINING/ ROOM Club Opens at Noon Dance Featur- 85545. 3641 Chaffee Rd.7811800..
( ing March Wilson & The Red FOR SALE 3 BR home$50 dn.
'Z a PREMIUM BEER -CHOICE CUT STEAKS
Coats 8:00: p.m. Midnight $50/mo. Call ART POWELL.USNRET.
i HALL FOR RENT Complete
ITALIAN SANDWICHES 'SPAGHLTTI"PIZZA 264-6144 Colmery-
: Monday, December 23 Wilkinson, Realtors. facilities up to 500. Reasonablefee.
VFW Post #7909 6204
,...
Dining and Dancing .
Kittens, half Siamese, 6 wks.old.Good Blanding Blvd. Phone EV 82277.
our specialty"FRANK Tuesday, December 24 home and three dollars....

DERICKSON'In EV 9-7711 ext. 8480. FOR SALE Only $100 down,
Happy Hour 5:00: p.m. 7:00: p.m.
BOY'S 26" BIKE, green & white take over low monthly payments,
the Heart of Cedar Hills" Wednesday, December 25 Exc. cond $15.00 Ph. 3887113. 3 bdrm, 2 baths, central heat,

3619 Blandin Blvd.-Ph. Club Opens at Noon Dance Featur- Ortega Hllls-7384 Wonder Lane. air conditioner, fenced yard. Call
7710170og Ext. 8162 or EV 89784.
ing Carl Boyd & The Rhythm FOR RENTFurn IBRhouse.large

Kings 8:00: p.m. Midnight I LR, DR & kit.Cedar Creek waterft. TEMPORARY OFFICE WORK

,,I .. .'' .. .. mo plus utiLFor infocallEY9-7711
I ,;.- .t,.. t ext. 533 or 214. Stenographers

I ..'J. ...,". '.. .. Can't afford It? Try me.Silver Typists Transcrlptionists
CPO Club
.. .... ., .".. fox 3/4 coat, size 3840.Never Keypunch Operators
s1 ,to'': .' worn Pelts & workmanship perfect Bkkph. Mach. Operators
; '.. 0 Thursday, December 19 Keystone movie outfit complete. Office Clerks
BELLAIRo Used twlce.$95.00 SP 1-3006. Come In for a friendly Interview
General Assembly dally 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.EXTRAGIRLS.
HOrMES' FOR RENT2 acre trailer lot INC.
Conv. NAS. Patio wired 220, trees.
970 Fla. Bank 355-5571
Friday, December 20 Real nice. Call 388-9091 evenings. Big.
4\
b Capples Combo ORTEGA HILLS 7413 Greenway
r.., I Dr.CB 3 BR, 2 Bathshdwd.flrs cayoUj
lot small down will
i 0 Saturday, December 21 Ig. payment
accept 2nd.mort.Call for an appt. Take your car with you? I
Bud Clarke EV 8-1926 or EV 84567. For Financing and Insutance

I Want a demonstration of the ALL stateside and overseas, call

.1titY iI .. Sunday, December 22 NEW 1964 JET STAR 88'Interest- C')YERM. BURR, representing
.
Mach Four ed in 1963 Company Exec cars-
'* \' BLUE STARFIRE WHITE SUPER GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
.l\ 88 WAGON See or call PHILLIP FINANCE CORPORATION &
Monday, December 23
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
M.HACKER (USN-RETLANGLEY)
; INSURANCE COMPANY
.l1f Pizza Night OLDSMOBILE, Inc.3494 PHILIPS
I .
,
5613 Timuquana Road
HIGHWAY US1 So.EX 8-7514-
,. .. .' Nights EV 95046. Ph. 771-0527
... ". Tuesday, December 24 U-
.. Happy Hour

VjO"f'(( WESTERN AUTO

... Wednesday, December 25
ASSOCIATE STORE
Dining Room Closed

i SOUTrH! ON LANDING: I 1 mi. north of HAS at 5541] Roosevelt Blvd.

In Venetia Village.
-
A'X. :a.. .S. Radios, TV's, Appliances, Davis Tires, Bikes,
.
: Sporting Goods, Auto Partsetc., etc.
'lUOTO'RI'S, :inc.: : More than 16,000 items TO CHOOSE FROM

f. New and Used Jars EASY PAYMENT 8-3470 PLAN AVAILABLEEV


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More than 100 car inventory to choose from I FREE Nursery Complete Restaurant f-ocilities t
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Navy Wives To Sell Navy Wife Rebuffs Friday 13th Navy Antarctic Seeks VolunteersFor Research

Florida TagsThe Washington (AFPS-The) Navy '
Becomes United States CitizenBy has extended the deadline for vol- I
unteers for Antarctic research '
Navy Wives Club 86 will work.
sell 1964 Florida license tags hereon More Whetstone, J01 Electronics technicians medical
the station beginning January A Friday the 13th for most everyone r personnel and men with other
The Club project will be set up tends to leave us a little waryof skills are still needed for upcoming I.
investigations in South Polar
In Building 3, through the gym entrance the day's events. Not so for a regions.
pretty Navy wife here at NAS 1 Deadline for enlisted men's applications -
Jacksonville however as her Fri- has been extended to
day the 13th of recent couldn't Dec 15.Officers.
apply until Jan 15,
may
SPRING MOTORSWe have been more eventful.It 1904.(
was on this black letter day Bureau of Personnel Notice: 1300
that the sun shone brightly for e. dated July 24. 1963, spells out the
Vlviene original call for volunteers.9ES1.
Kerns, wife of Kendell
Sell VolkswagensWe Kerns an aviation storekeeper '

second class assigned to the Fleet
Service VolkswagensWe Air Photo Lab. It was on this f
day that she became a United \, / \ ,-I
Buy Volkswagens .'
States citizen. ,'
"I'm a little sad" said the -
GREEN COVE SPRINGS .
mother of six as she thought a
284-9209 moment of her native Philippines."But MEMORABLE DAY Showing to her husband, Kendal Kerns, AK2,
See Smitty. CPO Ret. ," she continued with a warm her American citizenship certificate is Viviene; ; Kerns, formerly of
smile radiant with gladness "I'm the Philippines. Her sister, Teresila, was awitness to the ceremony I
PHONE HOMESP also very very happy to be an held on December 13. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOflsonvllle
American citizen."
1.3770 SP 1.0250 Mrs. Kerns took her oath of in 1959, Mrs. Kerns has Manila where she was a pro-
WE WIRE FLOWERS allegiance together with 59 otherson been active In many organizations fessional photographer for a movie Contact me today)
December 13 In the courthouseIn the most prominent beinf; the Navy magazine. She hails from Ligao '
Weconittt? downtown Jacksonville. The Wives Club No. 86 of NAS Jax Albay, Philippines where her < JOE
ceremony was attended by her for which she Is the recording parents still reside. K
RwfotJOJrrf husband, a visiting sister Tere- secretary. She was also the first .
and Kerns president of the VFP-62 Enlisted 1 LUTENPhone
ST. &. WESCONNETT BLVD. slta two children Verta p .
Rachelle age 11, and Josetta Jade Wives Club and associated with the A veteran father says he intends 771-6400
FLOWERSFOR age 6. Administering the oath' Overseas Womens Club in to assemble a Christmastoy
3811) .
was chief judge for the middle Lakewood whose members are this year using nothing but Blondi"2-Blvd
EVERY OCCASIONFREE STATE FARM (mm*I
district of Florida The Honorable comprised of women born in the extra parts he has left over *

DELIVERYJEWELL J. SMITH Bryant Simpson. foreign countries. from toys he assembled on other ,.MutufAlt.-.n"llIII'aace..0tfIct.IFbt.tr.! &tsr.Itlleols\ .pop, (-_\.1
Since the Kerns arrived inJack- Viviene met her husband In Chris tmases.--Harold E. Youngs

NAVAL TAILORS FOR CPO Lincoln

THREE GENERATIONS Selected AsPersonality SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTMARRK


UNIFORMSCIVilIAN T.V. HAS JOINED THE GROWING

The Supply Department's per- MERCHANTS GREEN STAMP FAMILY
sonality of the month for DecemberIs
Bernard T. Lincoln AKCS. lie NOW WE OFFER YOU SAVINGS TWO WAYS

CLOTHESCustom Is the administrative assistant to ALONG WITH OUR LOW, LOW PRICES WE ARE GIVING

the senior personnel watch officer.officer and enlisted 1000( ) EXTRA MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS WITH EVERY NEW

Tailored to Chief Lincoln was commendedfor T.V. OR STEREO PURCHASE
measure or 'In-Stock
preparing a comprehensivewatch
Service officer's guide for the 200- -200
1.00co
department's watch standers. Gocfc FOR" 109 COUPON GOOD FOR
NO DEPOSIT I
These Instructions represent a
6 Months to PAY major improvement in the organ- I 100 FREE i iI I 200 FREE II II i
ization of watch functions It was
SEAFARER S35 S stated. The chief was also praised I MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS I II II II

Tailor for his military leadership and his I ON ANY
made Blues... NOTHING TO BUY I
personal example. I
J HOUR DRY CLEANING Captain J. D. Sullivan, Supply (JUST COME IN AND SAY HELLO! '. T.V. OR STEREO I II II
PRESSING & FAST LAUNDRY Officer offered his congratulationsto I SERVICE CALL

.ALTERATIONS, ALL KINDS the chief for the outstandingjob Offer 3 63 nffOffer expires Dec.
cxpircsJDpc. lJl 31, 19G3
1 100 1Q Q
he has done here at NAS, -1 200 ...- 200

Jacksonville.Chief .
Lincoln is a native of
Honolulu Hawaii. He joined the
4AllJ1i ID II' Navy one month after Pearl Harbor '-
---January 1942.
He holds several awards,among :. Philco Dealers are
which are the Presidential Unit '.y
NEXT TO NAS JAX Commendation American Dafensc I

EV 8-3556 Conduct and the Medal.fifth award on his Good :______ TIJRtUMG OVER

,HILeo 16.7
1963 Philco's at
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THE
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Spciktr 070 Q .
.4 Spud Changer fcfU.iJ Cod Tuning!. High. Per 1 55.00Plus
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: ; :?: ; :: Six 1M Teams ComFalrJax "B" 3'Trainers 1
1lW"A'R' :: Kegler Marlins 4 Riggers 0
is' 'o Sparks 4 Confldentals 0
:'..:.:....... .. ..., .. .. .::t. P. R.s'Yi. Colts 3 Thunderheads 1

.>ti"..;.. ?.:NEWS: : .F :.'< :. .. .. '" .. ....'! <. ...,..:;. Roll For Championship Cannon Cockers 4 Griffins 0

%:::::i4. : :<:::.: .:::: ,.. .; .....,-.. ." .'. *tM....:. ...'.:::....... -.... .:>:). '. ;::1:C. Seabees Lucky "4 7"6TOth 4 0 Play Boys 0

A The final action In Intramural runner-up--Cannon Cockers, Pin Pounders 2 Rookies 2
Bowling has been completed and 48-12; Colts, 46-14. Pan Handlers 4 Vallons 0
F: the roll offs started this past Mon- National League champion and Bandits 4 Marines 0
runnerupLucky "7". 48-16 Owl Hoots 4 Electrons 0
day, December 16, to decide the ;
Intramural champions. A total of NARTU #2 46-18. Bomb Scorers 4 Rejects 0
eh fifteen games were rolled and the Final results in scheduled play: NARTU #2 4 Pro's 0
champion determined by the best Sky Warriors #14 Falcons 0 Air Frames 4 VU-10 0

won-loss record.At .

press time the kegler action Three Way Tie To Be
had not started and the results
will have to be given at a later I


date.Teams ships are:vying for the champion- Played Off Next YearIntramural

Continental League championand
runner-up--CUrsors, 47-13; Ping Pong drew to VP-30 3-9
i1T1 Pizzons, 4218.American a close and left the Intramural VA-15 3-9
League champion and championship In a three way tie. Public Works 0.12I
"> '''A"ttJi' .,)1A A play off will be conducted after
the first of the determinethe
to
Of ',I Final Intramuralkegler year
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StandingsNational Final standings of the leagueare
FIRST ACTION in the Intramural Bowling roll off for the team Leagu.rLucky as follows:
championship. Warming up is Kenneth W. Therrel, HMCS, of the "7" 48-16
Disease Vector Control' Center, bowling/ for the Dispensary Pizzan's. NARTU 46-18 VP-7 10-2 SP 1-4602
Upon entering' 'the tournament Chief Therrel has to his credit a Eagles 45-19 O&R 10-2
706 series, a265 high game, anaa* ISO overall average, 'the highest Owl Hoots 43-21 ComFairJax 10-2
of all 'the participants in the bowl off. (Navy Photo' by Harold Pro's 39-25 Hospital 9-3
Benson, AA) Bomb Scorers 37-27 NARTU 9-3
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Electrons 36-28 VAP-62 8-4
Bandits 33-21 VU-10] 7-5
Air Frames 32-32 FAW-11 4-8
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Play Boys 28-36 VA-45 3-9 6357 103rd St.
Rejects 26-38 SERVINGsouffH'WEST
Pin Pounders 23-41 .
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Marines 22-42
VU-10 21-43 Sky Warriors 6-54
Pan Hnadlers 21-43 American League JAX.
Vallons 9-55 Cannon Cockers 48-12 SALES & SERVICE/ OH
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COMFAIRJAX WINNERS of the recent ComFairJax Volleyball FALL HANDICAP'S Championship winners, runner-ups and consolation daddy, .
Tournament' are shown here receiving 'trophies from Rear Admiral winners are (L-R) Mrs. Dottie Buker, Mrs. Penny Bennett, and hello :

Robert Goldthwaite. (L-Rl) Lt. Cdr. Sturm, Cop/ Grofhjqlin( Mrs. Evelyn Wittig, Mrs. Jean Jongewaard, Mrs. DoHie Johnson,
Adm. Goldthwaite, Lt. Cdr. Hollack, Lt. Cdr. H. Whetchel, and Mrs. Arlene Berend, Mrs. Mercedes Healy, Mrs. Marion Vaught. boys I
Lt. Cdr. H. Walker. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) Not shown is Mrs. Maureen Schub, consolation winner of the 'B' .
I Flight. (Navy Photo' by Ron Gardner, PH2))


4th Weeks IM Handball


Action In Goes Into 3rd t'



IM TennisResults Week ActionThe

third week of action In +
of the fourth's week Intramural Handball produced the !
action In Intramural Tennis: following results .
: I
VP-30 3 VA-45 2 Hospital 5 FAETU #2 0 ShE II I
Hospital 4 VA-15 1 Administration 4 NARTU 1 f I
RINGER GOLF TOURNAMENT winners, runner-ups and low gross I
NARTU Postponed ComFalrJax ComFairJax Postponed FAETU #1 winners are {L-RJ) Mrs. Evelyn Wittig, Mrs. Penny Bennett, Mrs.
VA-35 Postponed VAP-62
NARTU 3 VP-30 2 VAP-62 FAETU #2 3 Postponed FAETU #1 ComFairJax 2 Dottie Hall, Mrs. Elaine Hilderbrant, Mrs. Bette Ryles, Mrs. Van 1. k J
Hospital 5 FAETU 0 Auken, Mrs. Mary Compton, and Mrs. Dutch Decker. Not shown
VP-16 4 NARTU 1 I
VA-15 3 VA-35 2 ComFairJax 3 Administration 2 are Mrs. Nancy Deming, winner of the 9 hole, "A" Flight, and Mrs. )dp1cs'N t. I
VAP-62 Postponed ComFairJax NARTU 5 FAETU #2 0 Pat McFadden/ winner of theS' Flight. (Navy Photo by Ron I I
Gardner, PH2)) I
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Tourney H MitesLadies I
Standings I

Golf PlayThe Honored at LuncheonThe

ComFairJax 4-0 Officer's Wives of NAS, was Mrs. Evelyn Wittig.
Hospital 5-1 White Elephant Golf Tournament held a luncheon on December 13,In The first flight winner was Mrs.
VA-15 3-1 of the Ladies Golf Associ- honor of the two golf tournaments Jean Jongeward and Mrs. Dottie
VP-30 1-2 ation was played on December 12 they had just completed. Johnson as runner-up. Consolation \ i ;
NARTU 1-2 here at NAS. Mrs. R.P. Knockwas The Ringer Tournament, which winner was Mrs. Arlene Berend.
VA-45 2-3 the winner with a low grossof started October 1 I. ran 18 holes Second Flight was taken by Mrs. !
VA-35 0.3FAETU 94. Mrs. L.W. Lawton rolled with Mrs. Evelyn Wittig the winner Mercedes Healy with Mrs. Marion iiLASl.
0-4 Into the number two position with of the "A" Flight Mrs. Dottle- Vaught, the runner-up and conso- j
VAP-62 0-0 Hall took the "B" Flight and lation winner was Mrs. Maureen
97.In the low net run, Mrs. J.J. Mrs. Bette Ryles won the low Schub. -- _
Hospital To Sologovitch was first with 101-24- gross with 69.
77. In second place was Mrs. In the 9 holes of the Ringer Quick way to a family's heart!
Give Polio J. M. Johnson with97-20-77. Mrs.G. Mrs. Nancy Deming won the "A" eaYI ...
M. Ruscetta won low putts with Flight and runner-up was Mrs.
VaccineType 32 putts. Van Auken. Mrs. Pat McFaddentook
the "B" Flight, while Mrs.
Mary Compton was runner-up.
III Sabin Oral Polio vac- Type II Will be given in the same Mrs. Dutch Decker won the 9
cine will be given to all military manner on Saturday February 29 hole low gross with 89.
personnel, their dependents from and Sunday, March 1,same place The second tournament, the Fall
8:00a.m.: to 8:00 p.m.on Saturday, same hours. Handicap Championship, was won
January 18 and Sunday, January Civil service personnel may receive by Mrs. Dottie Buker with Mrs.
19, 1964 In the Mass Immunization their vaccine at local schools Penny Bennett In runner-up posit-
Center, Ward A-2, South Lobby, on the same days and times. ion. The consolation flight winner
of the Naval Hospital.

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HARTU Tops VAP.62 IM here VOLLEYBALLCHAMPS.Pkturid are the winners of the recent -

/Intramural Volleyball champ.
;ionships.; NARTU de'ea'edVAP-62

For IM TitleWinner m two straight games, 12.9, and
[ Volleyball 1541. (l-R) M. Sigety.; J.W Clark/ ,
C.B. Casfcaffo, H.S. Clark CJ.

of the recent Intramural Public Works 2-6 Johnson. Bef/cario/ and WD.
Volleyball championships was In a play for the league Callendor. (Navy Photo by Ron
NARTU the American League championship NARTU took first Gardner, PH2JHandball) .
champion. NARTU on It's march place, O&R second place and Standings e
to the championships, downed VA- VP-16 third place. ComFatrJax '2-0 w,. ,.r de
45 In the semi-finals, and VAP62in VP-16 5-1
the final match. e 1; Gas- VAP-62 7-1 Hospital 2-1
kalla of NARTU sparked his squadto VA-45 7-1 YAP-62 2-1
the championship when his team VP-30 6-2 Admin. 4-2
halted VAP-62, 12-9. and 15-1L NAMTD 6-2 FAETU #1 3-3
O&R won the third plac$position FAETU 4-4 NARTU 1-3
by downing VA-45, 13-15. 15-8, Dispensary 3-5 VP-30 0-3
and 1715. Marines 26679th FAETU #2 0-5
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