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Creation Date: November 5, 1964
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military department The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military! cktwlllrtrnt of the products or services advertised.NOVEMBER .

VOL 22 NO. 36 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVillE FLORIDA 5, 1964 .

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10 November 1775, ;v

Marines have served our country -
faithfully and well, inwar and
in peace. For nearly two cen-
turies we have fought on far-flung L
battlefields of the world in the 1 I
:' aeewax+ t 9 cause of liberty. Today, in I

Southeast Asia, a new genera-
tion of Marines is helping a be-

leagured people defend their .., ,x "
freedom against agression. ffW;' ..., ".. .w. _
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celebrations we pause a momentto MARINES STORM ashore on Onslow Beoch, Camp lejeune, North
READY TO GO-The dependents of the men of Patrol Squadron pay tribute to the memory.ofthose
get ready to board the MATS aircraft which transported them to Marines who have given Carolina, in an amphibious landing. (Defense Dept. Photo)

the US Naval Station, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico Saturday, as their lives in streaming jungles,
the squadron made preparations to leave NAS Jax, for their new on the cold waters, and in the
duty station. vast reaches of the skies in the
defense of freedom throughout the Marines Here To Celebrate

years. Let each of us pledge,
First Group From PatRon 18 with deep and reverent resolu-
tion and maintain
to preserve
those high Ideals for which they 189th Next Week \
Birthday
Departs For New Home In P.RThree fought and died.

in the Na-
Today, as past, our
airplanes their crews and thirty five ground personnel tion is most fortunate in having
departed NAS Jacksonville on Saturday and Sunday Oct. 31 and Nov. within the Marine Corps men and MARINES, NAS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.....Marines stationed in the ;
1 for the US Naval Station, Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico. This women who have the high orderof Greater Jacksonville area atCecll Field and from the Marine Barracks; .
group comprises about one fourth of the squadron and they will personal ability that modern Marine Aviation Detachment NATTC and the Marine Air Reserve
assume the duties of the VP detachment at Ifcosevelt Roads, Puerto warfare requires, and the abilityto Training Detachment, NAS, Jacksonville, will celebrate the 189th ..
Rico. Their secondary mission will be to lay the ground work for the perceive a national jjoal of[ Anniversary of the United States Marine Corps at three separate -
Flying Phantoms permanent move to Roosevelt Roads scheduled to '(Continued on Page 2)) Birthday Balls Tuesday, November 10th. will
Highlight of the evening
begin early next year and to be be the traditional and colorful
completed in April of next year. ExtendedThe cake cutting ceremony. The
United Fund
Some of the Phantoms who departed Lagging; huge birthday cakes are escorted
Jacksonville on Saturdayand into the ballroom by four Marines
Sunday will not be re- 1964 United Fund campaignhas should be given to the Marlne- from their contributions. preceded by an honor guard of
turning. They are scheduled to been extended In order to Barracks 115: x, Navy Exchange However, a look at the graph Marines, two of each rank. The
remain In Puerto Rico until the reach the goal set at the start 138% Industrial Relations below makes obvious the reason National and Marine Corps colorsare
squadron moves there. The dependents of this year's drive. A new dead- Department 265%, Air- the drive has been extended. presented and martial music
of these men departedon line of November 13 has been craft Maintenance Department Laxity on the part of some depart- Is played throughout the cere
.
Saturday October 31st aboarda established In order to allow 106% Dental lOOfo( Medical ments in this graph Is obvious. mony.
MATS aircraft which departed everyone another opportunity to 101%, Weapons -10810,ComFairJax The cake is cut by the senior
Jacksonville at 9 A.M. Cdr. S. contribute to the 43 agencies depending Staff 100% VW-4 100% The necessity of money to Marine Officer. Traditionally,
K. Mansfield, CommandingOfficer entirely on these contri- Fuel Depot 100ft. NATTC operate the various agencies in the first piece of cake is presented
of VP-18 was on handat butions to operate for another 100%, Navy Recruiting 100% the United Fund Is obvious. Their to the youngest Marine
their departure to wish them a year.At. and VAP-62 130%. These departments benefits to men in the military present and the second piece to
pleasant and safe journey and to NAS Jax,several commands have met their obliga- and to civilian government the oldest.A .
help] them bid their farewell to have distinguished themselves by tions to the community and them- workers Is obvious. section of the Marine Corps .I
NAS Jacksonville.The contributing over lOOfo of their selves, not to mention the 43 Hence, If all these statementsare Manual Is read which was written r' \-

first part of December will dollar goal Congratulations agencies who benefit directly so obvious, why this graph? by General John A. Lejeune,
see a fourth crew and their dependents I 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70 80% 90% 100% Commandant of the Marine Corpsin

leaving Jacksonville for AlMJII Oftir e 1921 paying homage to those
Puerto Rico and six more crews fiNnee one.Comm. Marines who have given their
and aircraft will depart in Jan- [)fill. lives In the defense of their
uary and February, The remainder 000 H G country and dedicating all living -
of the Flying Phantoms OIR Marines to the honor of their
will have::! departed the Jacksonville Corps and Country.
area b1' prllof 1965 and the sAw Each of the three Birthday
Os
entire squadron will be settled In Balls will feature a dinner and
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their new home.: o.i. Sw. dance. The Marine Officers
Sal" oHw.St from the Jacksonville area will
:The detachment' which will be missioned Officer's Mess (Open)
in Puerto Rico until January of Fidel Int.Oft. at the Naval Air Station, Jacksonville -
1965:Will'* be commanded by Print ShllpflCEUR A cocktail hour will
LCd R. II. C. Freund. open the evening at 7 P.M. The
cake will take
cutting
ceremony
The Phantoms departure MAD HArTeNa
Flying place sharply at nine. Dinner .. .
Jacksonville ,
from NAS I
Hnap
will be served starting at 9:30.
in 1965willclimax 12 years MARTU
early
Dance music will be furnishedby
of being home ported Jackson AIM JuNARTU the ComFalrJax Navy Band.
ville. They were assigned to
Jacksonville In 1953. (Continued on. Page 9))



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VETERANS DAY rA .'1"1\ ; ,. OCt< 'IW J""!,\, "' Chaplain Message
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.,. SUNDAY
,'0 I. of all men, In all dimes the figure of Christ ha!*\ stood, from the day
'" Service Holy
,-: "r. '. 8:00 a.m. qualities we need so much.
\ of His birth, for all the optimistic Generosity,
Communion Charity, Kindness Patience Mercy beyond belief is the roll-call of the
,.. : 9:30 a. m. Service, of Divine eoodnesscs of God the Son, made flesh for our sake. From Bethlehemuntil
rl Worship the Ascension His public life was nothing but an unselfish giving of
: 9:30 a. m. Sunday School for Himself, In order to bring peace and joy and happiness to unhappy man.
ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 kind.
11:00 a. m. Service of Divine
Worship Today, how badly we all stand in need of his helping hand! How sadlyare
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship we all deficient in that Christian optimism which alone can enable us
:11 ,. .. to continue the welfare that is life! How gladly would we all be able to
;". .. from faith in Jesus
WEDNESDAY courage which comes only !
.... use that genuine

4:30 p. m. Junior Choir Rehearsal Let us go to Him and He will give us that courage. That is courage?
Courage is not just to bare one's bosom to the sabre trust alone, In
7:30 p. n. Senior Choir Rehearsal daring. Courage is to grieve, to have the hurt, and make the world believe
"1.- you are not caring. Courage does notlie alone in dying for a cause.
I h. : r w. 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion To die is only giving. Courage Is to feel the daily daggers of relentless
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I ..... .: "(t"ty. ;'"' Also on all Holy Days steel and keep on Hving"Caption
"A '.t-t." St. Ed-
t-,? I, Catholic Services at
ward's Chapel NATTC and Naval

A SALUTE TO THOSE Hospital Contest

MASS
SUNDAY

WHO HAW 6 1
fcOO a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed-
ward's Chapel

EditorialVeteran's DAILY MASS

11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel
Day Honors
MONDAY & TUESDAY

4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC

Defenders of FreedomIn FRIDAY

12:05 p.m. U.S. tavalliospitalSATURDAY

Flanders Field the poppies grow, between the crosses row on row.*
These lines were written to commemorate Armistice Day a national fay oRQ
observance which is now called Veteran's Day and is observed Nov. 11. 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel rA

Originally, it was proclaimed a holiday to celebrate the end of World CONFESSIONS-SA TURCA Y
War I and to pay homage to the men who fought and died during its
battles. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before -

Since 1918, World War II, the Korean Conflict and the fighting in Viet- Masses >T t + 1.s
Nam have added crosses to the nation's cemeteries and brought mourn- Catechism Classes: GradeSchoolSATURDAY;
ing and sadness to many more homes. So the name of the holiday was
changed to encompass all U. S. veterans of all wars and conflicts.
But no matter what the holiday Is called its purpose remains the same 10:00 a.m.11 saints' _\t-tivitifs
to remind the citizens of the United States that their military men and building 722
women still serve. If they didn't,theworld might not be free, and we would
not have the freedoms which have become commonplace in our society. .
......,' Though those of us now on active duty are not, in some contexts, con-
Traffic
sidered veterans, we still have an important role in the observance of this
holiday. We all will be veterans in the future and what we are doing now
insures our place of honor in the Veteran's Days of tomorrow. ViolationsThe
While officially we will remember the veterans of the past this Nov. 11,
those of us now in the armed forces can look forward to the future and
be j justifiably proud that we are part of a force that insures that our fellow following is a report of "WHO'S THE DARN FOOL WHO INVITED THOSE THREE WAVESTO
dozens will be able to celebrate with us in the years to come. (AFPS) motor vehicle accidents and traf- HELP CELEBRATE THE CORPS' BIRTHDAY". Congratulations gob
fic violations for the period Octo-
ber 25 J. Jilek. DKC at the Navy Finance Office, who submitted the
through October 3L
Commandant's MessageContinued winning caption for last month's contest.

Number of Accidents Other entries included: "Opposing the Marines in the lug of'
( From Page 1))
This Week October 25 through war is One Sick Sailor" AirOps Personnel Division.

such.paramount Importance that qualities which have made October 31. . . 7 "I 1 always wondered how the Navy brought up those subs'...
they voluntarily undertake dutiesIn uncommon valor a common Total Accidents this year through Richard Amid, PR3. NAS Cecil Field

which the long hours the virtue. October 31. . . 198 "Whewl One Navy Chief sure swings a lot of weighf. Allen I.
family separations the risks and To all who bear the name Number of Accidents through Neville. Jacksonville, Fla. '
the uncertainties far exceed the Marine, and to all Marine October 1963 . . 235
material rewards. Throughout families I extend my warmest Total number of days since last
the years. Marines have fostered congratulations and very best Injury in vehicle accident.. 83
these traditions of courage, loyalty wishes on the 189th birthday of
honor and devotion to duty-- our beloved Corps. Number of ViolationsThis

Week . . 43
Speeding . . . 5
Reckless Driving . 1 -
Going through Stop Sign . 2
a AX AI Ft: 1VEWSThe Other Violations . . 35 I
r $-K
Twenty-five drivers appeared ,
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat '
the meeting held on November
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper 2. Disposition of the cases Included -
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, the following: nine lost _
Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company a driving and parking privileges a-
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR board station for various periods; 9
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, two were assigned to completean
'Box 2, NAS Jacksonville by 12:00: noon on Monday before eight hour course in remedial t
publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-- driving instructions; six were
Telephone EV.9-7711. Ext. 162. given suspended penalties; three
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries were given warnings; two were
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing dismissed; thirteen were referred -
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida to commanding officers
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. for possible
disciplinary action; A NEW 'for
eleven were sent to the Jacksonville PICTURE for f our funny caption contest i, presented t
VOL. 22 NO. 36 NOVEMBER 5, 1964 Police Academy for the November. Many funny, thoughts will be submitted about> what

driver training.! oy. are running *from, or *. 10 write down your 'h o ghts.
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DOD IncreasesArmed Local NARTU will go from $L82 to $2.84. The changes In plans and Increased
Health InsuranceThe AFGE Health Benefit Plan, high benefits will be distributed to all

option, self and family! will Increase employees prior to November 1,
Forces Squadron Wins Civil Service Commission from $6.88 to $9.48. High 1964. This brochure BRI 41-

announced that 20 of the 38 plans option, self only, will go from 117, together withthe one you
$2.52 to $3.50.Brochures currently hold, BRI 4125flU
Tuition Aid Safety AwardVR741 participating In the Federal Employees' give complete Information regarding
Health Benefits Pro- describing the .the plan.iVANDERBILT .
gram will Increase their
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Washington (AFPS) -- Tuition of NARTU Jax has won premium rates November 1,
aid for off-duty attendance In the CNO Aviation Safety Award, 1964. In general l, the premium
civilian education institutions has Increases are In the high optionsof
making It five years in row that I
been Increased by the Departmentof one of the local unit's squadronshas the plans which provide greater TIRES
Defense from $13.50 to $14.25 captured the award. benefits at higher costs. Approximately -
per semester hour to encourage 1,783,000 Federal em- "PROVEN FOR MILEAGEQUALITYPRICE"AUTO
participation, accordingto To win the prize VR-741edged ployees will be affected. Although 3 S
greater
Assistant Secretary Defense out her sister squadron VR-742, the cost of hospitalization has, CENTERS TO SERVE YOU

(Manpower) Norman S. PaulIn which won the award last year. gradually risen during the past

some cases, the Increasedrate Another heavy contender for 4 years,premium rates have been WIILPF11st : .
covers 75 percent of the tuition the award among the 57 VR held down by the Plans and It .
squadrons in the Naval Air Reserve -
Increased has been necessary for them to
costs.
expenseswill
be programed by the ser- Training Command, was draw on their reserves to meet QUALITY NYLON Vanderbilt Premium
vices. NARTU's VR-743, which won the benefit payments which duringthe 24 MONTH 38 MONTH
award in 1960, 1961, and 1962. UNCONDITIONAL
current contract have UNCONDITIONAL
year
Mr. Paul stated, "It is my GUARANTEE GUARANTEE
desire that added encouragementbe The award will be presented to generally exceeded premiums.The IUCKWALl WHITEWALL
provided all active duty mili- Cdr. Thomas W. Hupp, USNR, Service Benefit PlanBlue( SIZE EACH SIZE EACH

tary personnel to assist them to the squadron's C.O. by RAdm. Cross) high option, self and 600aIJ... ......10.n 600a1l. .. .. .. ISJ3l
develop educationally to their Robert Goldthwaite, ComFair- family, will Increase from $5.82to l 650.1I..IUJ 6)0.13..16.33

maximum potential Jax/ComNab-6, in ceremonies at $7.88 biweekly. Self only, high 700.11........ IUS 100.11. ... .. .. Il.>i
will from .. ..... ... ... .
"The educational NARTU, November 7, at 0800. option, go $2.11 to 750.14. IUS 750.14. IUJ
developmentto Cdr. $2.92. The Indemnity;! Benefit Plan 100.14. ..... 11.11 1OOa14."...... It."
which I refer Is In the off- Hupp, formerly assignedto
Aetna option self and 150.14. .. .... IUS 150.14........ .21.12650.1S
duty type of academic education, VR-671 at NAS, Atlanta, Ga., ( ) high ...... US 950.14..... ... 25."
the voluntary effort which Is In as X.O., is the vice-president of family, will increase from $5.64to 670.15 ...... '.11 670.15... .. .. IS.of
addition to the mandatory on- Florida Steel Buildings, Inc., in $7.73. Self only, high option 710.15. .. ..... 10.11 710.15.... .. .. 16.41
duty training and professional Tampa. He lives with his wife 760.1S.. .... IUS 760.15.. .. .. 17.4

development programs...." and three children at 1343 West Add tSO IIJIIS"TubtlessTlles lot Ihllewalls AddS2.MoreIOlIS"TubtltsTllesAll 120.15..22.62AddS7.lbe ,
Concord in Orlando, Fla. fu
Off-duty programs are pro- wcentoiCkvw&tPtht
T.r., PU. T..& E.ck.i..N..t3. AM.On IIOH TI,.N.hc..ltl. ._
vided by the services for more RAdm, Goldthwaite will also

efficient job performance, pre- present eight NARTU squadronswith
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ROTATION
paration for aviation safety citations FRONT ENDSPECIAL) .
greater respon- :
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sibility and promotion, and to from I the Chief of Naval Air Reserve SEE PAGE 12.AND $483 FREEMOUNTING]

augment or continue a person's Training.They areHS-742, YOU'LL KNOW WHY! : .. TUBE-REPAII
prior civilian schooling. VR-741 and 742, VR-742 and 743, C-1'"

Service programs also help to and VS-741, 742, and 743. RIVERSIDECHEVROLET MAIN STREET CEDAR HILLS SOUTHSIDE
Increase an Individual's value to VS-742 and 743 receive their 17th&Main 3504 Bl../. ,. Bl4.Cedar 3244 Philip Hi|h..,
EL 4.9051 ( Mills SIt."i".C..r) FL 9.2081"UNDY"
the civilian manpower pool when fifth consecutive citation,HS-742 GROSSO. SP 1.6864 'Ac,." Frm PUtt PH.I.c'
he Is separated from the armed takes its fourth VV-741 742, MCR. OPEN,MON..WED..FRI.Til ; PM OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL t P oM.|
OPEN DAILY 8 'TIL 6 P.M.I M,,. CARROLL CRIBB,Mr.
ERNIE CRIBS .
forces. and VS-741 receive their third, .SEDAR HILLS ,
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the background(Defense Dept. Photo) A "DEHAVILLAND DH-9-A DH-9 of Royal Air Force Squodron 218,
being flown by Capt. Francis P. Mulcahy USMC, and Sargcant
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NO DOWN PAYMENT I troops cut off by the Germans in the Ypres-lys Sector, despite
incessant enemy machine gun and artillery fire. For this action,
ON Capt. Mulcahy received the Navy Distinguished Service Medal and
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Continental Marines began
their participation in the A.- The new Marines raided French Canton, China. '.. "a''a' k.
establishments in the West Indies Marines, under command of Colonel ..
Y. u.Y.
merican Revolution e
In
May 1775, and fought In a number: of bat : ,:'- -
sea Robert E Lee, U. S. Army, "
the United States Marine Corps tles. r'
captured John Brown at Harper's :" : ,>H \ '" t\,
traces its history from the"two battalions >'" ,
of Marines" authorized Shortly after the naval war with Ferry, Virginia, just prior to the ,11(:'" 1 \1' :
by resolution ,
France Marines '
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were sent to fight outbreak of the Civil War. Duringthe ,< >>
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of the Continental :
Congressin 1.\
Barbary pirates in the Mediterran- war, detachments of Marines again i% '>>' i :
:
Novanber 10, 1775. Less than earl In 1805 : :
Marine Lieutenant served aboard U. S. ships as 1:1" .. :
six months later in March 1776 .
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Presley N. O'Bannon led Marines \"k 1J1 -
gunners. A battalion of Marines ,
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Marines conducted their first am- ,F
and a group of Arab and Greek fought in the First Battle of Bull '
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phibious operation, a successfulraid mercenaries over six hundred miles Run. > ,, .' '"
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against New Providence in the of North African desert to assault After the Civil War, Marines were '.," j '. !f:':" _, 1.

British Bahamas. and capture the city of Derne, Tri sent wherever American lives or interests ;i..:,JI. .. t J' I ..
Marines of the U. S. Ships AL- poli in Africa. This ended the threatened. this
were During
RAISING-The Marine Memorial In Washington D. C.
FLAG
FRED and CABOT took part in pirate raids against U. S. shippingIn time, Marines saw service in Koreain Corps
representing the flag raising at Iwo Jima. (Defense Dept. Photo)
the first naval action of the war. the Mediterranean.In 1871; Egypt in 1882; and in

Marines also participated in theen- the War of 1812,Marines served several other countries.

gagement of the American EON- on our principal war ships and During the Spanish

HOMME RICHARD and the BritIsh fought under Admiral Perry at War, the Marine Corps expanded

l SERAPIS. During this sea bat- Lake Erie. Three-fourthsoftheMa- rapidly. Marines were the first force:

tle, as was customary in naval en- nines on the 01 fated CHESAPEAKE to land in Cuba, seizing the Guan-

gagements of the period, Marines were killed or wounded tanamo Bay area as an advanced

placed thenselves in the tops and while obeying Captain Lawrence'slast base. Other Marines served with Admiral -

on upper decks of the BONHOMME order" Don't give up the ship!" Dewey at Manilla Bay and

RICHARD. The Marine sharp- Marines fought on land at the battles with Sampson and Schley at San-

shooters kept the enemy gun crews of Bladensburg and New Or- tiago.In .

pinned down so effectivelythatthey leans. At the Battle of Bladens the summer of 1900, Marineswere

could not return American fire. A burg, a detachment of Marines and called on to help put down

grenade thrown by an American sailors held thefieldlong after other the Philippine Insurrection. And in

Marine set off a large explosion in American forces had been routed. the same year, they participated in

the SERAPIS and demoralized the the defense of Peking's Legation
British crew, contributing to the A- Marines seized numerous enemy Quarter during the Boxer Rebellionin
seaports during the Mexican War
merican victory. China. A few years later,In 1911, Need ?
and a battalion of Marines marched
After the Revolution, our naval Marines were again ordered to money
to Mexico City. After the fall of the
establishment faded into decline, China during the overthrow of the
Mexican capital, Marines occupiedthe
and with it, the Marines went out Manchu
National Palace "The Hallsof
of existence. An undeclared warbe- Marines served as guard for a U.
Montezuma".
tween France and our government S. diplomatic mission sent to Abyssinia Borrowa

proved the need for a strong navy After the Mexican War, Marineswere in 1903. From 1906 to 1908,

and a corps of Marines. The U.S. busied with many operations Marine units formed a part of the

Marine Corps was authorized by designed to support U. S. expan- Army of Occupation in the Cuban

the Act of July 11, 1798twentythree sion and to protect American lives Pacification; from 1909 to 1912 dime and

years after the Continental and property. They were attachedto they fought bandits Panama and

Marines were raised on November naval vessels and saw duty in Nicaragua; in 1914, an expedi-

10, 1775 and has remained in Nicaragua; landed with Perry in tion was sent to Vera Cruz; and in (
existence since that time. Japan; and stormed the forts of 1915 and 1916, Marines occupied

Haiti{ and the Dominican Republic. call (.1.t

Marines of the 4th Marine Brigade

fought on the battlefields of

; t t t France during World War I, After
,
w- t rJt weeks of fighting at Bdlewu Wood,

Marines turned back a German

w drive which threatened to engulf

ca a"cr' Paris. Marines also fought at Sols-

sons, St Mihiel, Blanc Mont Ridge
111 and the Meuse-Argonne in France.

Marine aviation units, under Ma-

jor Alfred A. Cunningham the

Corps' first aviator formed the

Day Wing of the Northern Bomb- Yes, you may make application by phone at C.I.T.
in France and Belgium.
Ing Group
'\ : ; Or by mail. But meeting people so
Ili -:..or4 Marines also flew anti-submarine even frankly, we enjoy

-:.: < patrol in the Azores until the end much we hope you drop by our office in person. That
:
: of the war. way we can talk over your loan to pay bills, or the money
I From 1918 to 1941, Marines
4- need for travel. Or discuss whatever problem a
... ;4iL.;; i_. ; quelled armed revolts in Haiti, the you
3ft miles of high, bluff waterfront-alone Santa Fe Hirer Dominican Republic and Nicara- C.I.T. loan can solve for you. Remember, you'll find a C.I.T.

RIVERVIEW ESTATEIN gua. They again returned to China office just about anywhere you happen to be. Thereare

OWN A for the fourth time-principally over 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to coast. There's a

THE HEART OF FLORIDA'S FINEST Shanghai duty. and They Tientsin served,in for Iceland garrison -, welcome waiting for you at every one. Why not call now?

FISHING AND HUNTING REGION the Caribbean area and the Canal

Zone to preserve order and protect LOANS TO $3000

FOR AS LITTLE AS $10 Americans. Marines were alsoon
MO. duty at Naval Installations in the CASH YOU OET

Hawaiian Islands, Guam, Wake,
Monthly 31 30 24
ors a YOUR OWN FAMILY Midway and American Samoa.
Payments mos. mos mos.
44 'Pd'WEEKEND PLACE During this period of relative

r 0 S's ON THE BANKS OF THE world peace, Marines developed $50 $1549.56 $1322.36 $1083.54

LOVELY SANTA FE RIVERa techniques and dodrine for successful 70 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96
amphibious warfare. These
100 2644.71 2167.09
..rus doctrines were used, virtually unchanged -
in concept, throughout all 120 2600.50

Uotpolled paradise only 90 miles from Jax a- of World War II by Marines in the Credit' life, aCClJe'" "d health Insurance aVlllable on all loans .t low Coup rates
ban Ui In turkey quail, squirrel. deer. game Pacific and the Army In Europe
+ with feed
fish. 600 acres stocked and planted
CAdtVHlf for your exckulve hunting. Thousands of acres and Africa. UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANYn
... adjoining for open hnntlng. Lots average 100 ft. The war against Japan in the
200 ft. deep covered by huge freest
w *nrore' the Naval
Lake Pacific was greatest war
10 west to
Take Interstate
3312 BEACH BLVD.JACKSONVILLE .
in history. Marines were part and
247 to
City turn South on Hwy
mm mm mm mm mm parcel of that war from the day
with 49 cross
Santa junction Fe and turn Hwy at Ira, Bea's I 100' x 200'.Lots As Low I Pearl Harbor was attacked until 7, FLA.PHONE' .

as $1,000 Japan was conquered.At .
Oasis sign. $10 dn. $10 rno Financing first, Marines served in defense : 3981581I
FOR DETAILS WRITE OK tT by owner J with the Army on Corregidor and
ltsse
CALL DRY: OVER' fTflS WEEKEND Bataan. The stubborn defense of ,1 w
IRA McCORMICK Wake Island by a few Marines won
CAMP OUT FREE IN HUGE
RT. 1 BOX 94 grudging respect from the enemy.At .
WATERFRONT PARK WITH
Guadalcanal 1942,
ALACHUA. FLA. August
462-1735 COLD BOILING SPRINGS WHILE Marines carried out the first AmeriContinued -

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#91 ham dinner"-the evening of Nov. Acey Ducey Club
7.
Host Annual Donations of $1 for adults, and:
SOrt for children. The time is Thursday November 5
5:30-8 P.M. the whole
Ham DinnerA family. Bring Happy Hour 4:30-6:30: P.M.

For those Interested, the club Friday, November 6
Branch meeting, will beheld has "Happy Hour" every Monday Marc Castle 8:30-12:30
tonight at 8 P.M. All shipmatesare Wednesday and Friday from A.M.
encouraged to come and bringan 4-5 P.M. A shuffleboard tournament -
eligible member. every Tuesday night and Saturday, November ?
All persons that missed out "Pizza" night on Tuesday. Jerry Durden and the Crescents
on the quarterly steak dinner 8:30-12:30 A.M.Sunday .
shouldn't forget about the baked *
November 8
"LITTLE, OLD WINEMAKEr vol
Phil Cay and the Chantels

DID YOU EVER EARN $$300 AN HOUR? meister unteers his(brewmaster services and)as.one Actuallyit's Burger-of'the 8:30-11:30 P.M.Monday t.

just a poster November
HERE'S HOW: 12 MIN. FROM ORANGE PARK displays shown by Mrs.Wh.King. 9
18 MIN. FROM JAX NAS Mrs. King, dressed in authentic Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 P.M.

25 MIN. FROM CEDAR HILLS Bavarian costume, will be the Tuesday, November 10
hostess at the "Nights at the Fair"Bavarian

YOU'LL SAVE $100.$200 . $300. Ratskellar pavillion. Game Night 7:30-9:30 P.M.
Wednesday, November 11
MORE. ( EVEN$100IN20MIN.IS$300ANHOUR )
OR
Movies sports 8 P.M.to" .
SEE AND CHOOSE FROM A COMPLETE SELECTION OF USO Notes

PLYMOUTH CHRYSLER VALIANT !
Thursday, November 5 Club

Homemade Goodies Night

Friday, November 6 Thursday, November 5
Hour 3:30-6 P.M.
Happy
Social Mixer Night
I Dinner 6-9 P.M.
Saturday, November 7
CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH INC Co-Ed Night Friday, November 6

PHONE JAX 264-6555 GREEN COVE SPRINGS Sunday, November Happy Dinner Hour 6-9:30 3:30-6 P.M.P.M.

Arnold 8-12 A.M.
Johnny
South Jacksonville Presbyterian

Monday, November 9
t Saturday, November
Welcome Party 8-11 P.M.
Dinner 6-9:30 P.M.
Tuesday, November 10 Johnny Arnold 8:30-12:30: A.M

Game Night Sunday, November

Wednesday, November 11 Buffet 6-9 P\M.
Disc Jockey Show Prime Ribs of Beef


Monday, November 9
Modern psychology tells us that
it's bad to be an orphan, terribleto Happy Hour 3:30-6 P.M.
Dinner 6-9 P.M.Tuesday .
.... be an only child, damaging to
i November 10
be the youngest, crushing to be
Foreign Dish Night 6-9 P.M.
in the middle, and taxing to be (German)
\ the oldest. There seems no way
o Wednesday, November 11
out, except to be born an adult.
family Night 6-9 P.M.
Baptist& Reflector. Fried Chicken

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MoviesMovies Powers Bluejackets Inn
I Ibspital Chalk Garden

will be shown regularlyat (Deborah Kerr, Hayley Mills Thursday, November 5
7 p. m. Monday through Satur Kiddie Matinees Fighting Trou-
ble Comedy Carl Fioyd & The Rythmn Kings
day.NATTC will have two feature 8:30-11:30 P.M.

times 2 p. m. and 7 1 p. m. on Sunday, November 8 Friday, November 6 S\H..KSSSYAV1'A11Y.SS Y.Y V Y

Saturdays and Sundays. 'I'he hos- Mainside Mamie Tippi Itd-
Carl & TIle
pital will have one feature ,en ren, Sean Connery 0-1 A.M.Lioyd Rythmn Kings Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde

Sunday's at 7 p. in. NATTC The Stripper Joanne Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida to arrive not later than

The Malnsidc theatre will stay Woodward, Richard lieymer Saturday, November Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
the same except for the evening Hospital Day the Earth too late for this deadline will be published the fol-
Western Music 9-1 A.M.
Swing
feature which will begin at 7:30 froze Nina Anderson, Jon lowing week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .

p. m.These are subject tochange. Powers Sunday, November check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
Kiddie Matinee at theMalnstde; received WITH the copy for the ad.
November
Monday 9
March Wilson& The Redcoats
'Ilieatre, Saturdays 2 p. m. 8:30-11:30: P.M. DO NOT SEND CASH.

November 5 Mainside Dlnorsauras Ward RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $LOO
Thursday Ramsey Kristina Hansen Monday, November 9 Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 35
Mainslde Chalk Garden NATTC Marnie Tippi lIed- its tttatr t- -. -
Pizza 2 for Night
Deborah Kerr, Hay ley Mills ren, Sean Connery
NATTC Moonspinners-Hayley Hospital The Stripper Joanne Tuesday, November 10 64 MOBILE HOME owner must UNFURN. APT FOR RENT -

Mills, Peter McHenry Woodward, Richard Beymer sell Justtake over payments with Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 OR,
Hospital McClintock John Happy Hour 5-7 P.M. six months free rent on parkingRA Kit. Equip. 3 mL NAS $115 mo.
Tuesday, November 10 58293HI Owner 771.8697.JEAN'S .
Wayne, Maureen O'Hara Wednesday, November 11
Malnslde The Blob Steve
-
Friday, November 6 Game Night 8 P.M.
McQueen, Earl Rowe FI I RECORDS excellent con-
Malnslde Day the Earth Froze- NATTC Dinorsauras Ward CPO Club dition. Phone 384-5495 after DANCE ACADEMY
Venetia Wesconnett Bellair
Nina Anderson, Jon Powers Ramsey Kristina Hansen 5 P.M.
NATTCChalk GardenDeborahKerr Hospital Marnie Tippi Hed- Thursday November 5 EV 4-3055 or SP 1-5464

Hayley Mills ren, Sean Connery Happy Hour
-Moonspinners-Hayley PART TIME JOBS no nee,
November 11 exp
Wednesday, FURN APTS 557 Oak, studio
Mills, Peter McHenry Friday, November 6 guaranteed $150 per month. Call
$45 #4 1 bed
apt. mo. rm apt.
Mainside Mary Had a Little 264-2158 for
Saturday, November Dance to Phil Cay aptm. $50. mo. #5, clean & comf.
Hazel Court Jack Watling
The Blob Steve Mc Saturday, November EV 8-9886
Malnslde The Stripper-Joanne NATTC -
GAR APT UNFRN' large Ivg
Woodward, Richard Beymer Queen Earl Rowe Dance to Cappy's Combo rm, fam kit, 2bdrkitchenequipped 3 BEDROOM HOME Close to
NATTC The Day the Earth Hospital Dlnorsauras Ward
Sunday, November A/C, hardwood floors $50 NAS, $50 down, $f A month. Call
Kristina HansenLOOK
froze Nina Anderson, Jon Ramsey, month 771-0739
per Art Powell-USN Ret Dance to Mark Castle mery-Wilklnson Realtors. 264-
1964 FORD GALAXIE XL con- '
6144 or 353-3 1L
Monday, November 9 vertible, fully equipped cost
Tt
Dining Room Open $4080. Will sacariflce for $2700

Tuesday, November 10 call Chief Rose, ext 268 or 361 FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex
3-plex. 4 plex 3 ml NAS $115
Happy Birthday to the Marines mo. Owner 771-8697.
:
WILL BUY furniture pictures,
Wednesday, November 11
glassware etc., phoneEV95683after
Music by Charlie Jay 1600ANTIQUE FOR SALE- 1962 FORD GALA-
ssooRr. XIE "500" XL CONVERTIBLE
white with all bakk Interior

ED & JOHN'SAMERICAN CARNIVAL-Nov 7-8. R&H, 406 cu. In.engine 3 deuces
4 in floor WSW Excellent
Buffs and novices welcome 5309 condition -
only one in area $2075
Shen Ave.WANTED.
Call Scherer ext 8214 or 8215.
65 FORDS SERVICE STATION

CORNER ROOSEVELTAND
used console heater
IMMACULATE
MONZA 1962
Phone SAN 384.4185 JUAN EV 8-9886 2 door Sport Coupe white with

turquoise interior 4 speed floor

THIS WEEKS SPECIAL shift bucket seats. R&H, good
DUVAL MOTORSSAN I Ilrg. '$2.00 car wash $1.50j TRAILER LOT 50' X 100' 10 WSW, 24.000 actual miles $1395
umammamemaaaamamuamtA mln. NAS, 6085 Townsend Road Frank Myers ext816LCHURCH
SP 1-6188 after 6 P.M. Free
JUAN LOT RIGHT OFF ROOSEVELT e Mechanic On Duty local hauling.FURNISHED .
Complete Auto Service of CHRIST
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5223 WESCONNETTBLVD.
64 FORD. ..... $2495 62 FORD. ..... $1495 Delivery APT 3941 Boone NEAR NAS
2 door hard top, V-8, auto/ 4 door sedan, V-8, auto/ Open 6 a.m. until I Pk. 4 rms, bath, children wel- JUST OFF:TIMUQUANA'RD.

trans, power steer. trans R&H. MidnightWe come. Key at garage apt. Phone SUNDAYS:
EV 7-3356 after 6 PM $50.
Give S&JI Green Stamps mo. 10:00 A.M.BIBLE WORSIIIP

63 FORD. ..... $1895 62 VOLKSWAGEN.$1195 11:00 A.M. WORSHIP
Galaxie 4 door, V-8, auto/ Sunroof, R&H. 7:00 P.M. EVENING SERVICE

trans, R&H, power steer, WEDNESDAYS:
. ... .$1995
air/cond. 61 Full T-BIRD airconditioned. MONEY IN 1 DAY 7JO: P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE
power
CIIURCIi PHONE SP 1-5075
CHEVROLET.$2495 ed. MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646

Super sport, convertible, 60OLDSMOBILE. ....$1395 S25 fo S600

V-8, auto/trans, R&H, pow- 4 door, sedan, power steer, ON YOUR SIGNATURE ik ARRANGED BY PHONE
er steer, & brakes. brakes.
&
Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us

63 RAMBLER.$995 60 PLYMOUTH. . $795 how much you want. Pick up the cash at your WEDGEWOODAPARTMENTS

V.J, auto/trans., R&H. convenience. Someday service.

63MON2A. .,. ... $1895 55 FORD . . .$395 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PlAN

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'( L fir : NA VEX)( Fighter Squadron 62 Acts



NEWSThe As Escort To Red BearsRapidly

Navy Exchange Enlisted gaining a reputation of being the most experienced and
Men's Club (Blue Jackets Inn) sea-goingest fighter squadron in the Navy, Fighter Squadron 62
Building 46 Is reserved for private added several more feathers to its proverbial cap during its recent -
parties onMonday and Tuesday North Atlantic and Mediterranean.cruise. .
9 and 10 November 1964 After completing an 8 month cepted and escorted during the
and will be closed to regular Mediterranean Cruise in May coming days. Fighting 62 work-
Exchange
patronage. The Navy followed by a 4 week July cruiseto ed round the clock fully com-
Club NATTC,
,
Men's
Enlisted New York as part of"Opera- pleting its part in the NATO
and
593; will be open
Building tion Sail," the Boomerangs left exercises and standing the
club ser-
enlisted will men's be available type in the their parent air wing, CVW10In "Yogi-Bear Watch" (as it became -
vices August and joined Carrier Air known to 62's fighter
3 on these
Cafeteria Building Seven aboard the USS Independence .
UF AlftCRAFT-Th United Fund Aircraft from VA-44. Cecil! Field, dates. Wing pilots)
(CVA-62)). Over three weeks were spentin
lands at NAS Jacksonville after completing a successful campaignin NAVY EXCHANGEThe of
What started out to be merelytwo long days and nights vigi-
which VA-44 contributed 118% to the United Fund. VA-44 is
following Navy Exchange joint NATO exercises, lance, flying in the rough seas
commanded by Cdr. H. K. Matthes. The Pilot of the A4C aircraft activities will be open Wednesday Operations Teamwork and and poor weather conditions of
is Lt. G.J. Kapphahn. (Navy Photo by Jim Patrick AN) 11 November 1964: "Masterstroke," turned Into a the North Atlantic and Norwegian
Mains ide: Enlisted Men's Club hectic but colorful dual mission Seas. On many occasions the
(Blue Jackets Inn) 1200-2330 when Russian "Bear" aircraft giant carrier Independence was
(Game Night); Cafeteria, Opera- approached the vicinity of the task tossed like a cork. During one
]@uuuu tions Building --Continuous; force.The Boomeranges wereout period, Boomerangs and other
Snack BarGolf Course -- 0800- to meet them and when the first"YogiBear" air wing 7 pilots made over 400
1900; Cafeteria, Building 3-- came Into view, he consecutive CCA (Carrier Con-
OEIHL:. 14302230. had a yellow-tailed Crusader trolled Approaches) to the low-
NATTC: Enlisted Men's Club, clinging tightly to his paw. This est of weather minimums. The
Bldg. 593 1200-2300.. was to be the first of many men who maintain and fly VF-62's
Chevrolet All other Navy Exchange activi- Russian aircraft (Bears, Bisons, Crusaders proved their nettle and
ties will be closed.COMMISSARY and Badgers) that were inter- were more than ready for

STORE: .Closed. --_..__._.._.._._. -- ---- ----- scheduled liberty and shore leavein
England and Scotland. Then
CHEVROLET in Jacksonville disappointment struck.

"This is the Captain speaking.We .
DOWNTOWN- have been advised that the USS

924 LAURA ST. at ORANGE Roosevelt is having difficultiesand
9 will have to return to the
States for repairs. We have

orders to cancel our ports visitsto
England;: and Scotland and pro:
ceed to the Mediterranean Sea."

ROOSEVELT MALL 1 day.There" were many long faces that



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CHIEF F. W. SHEEHAN.PresidentoftheCPOClub Advisory Board,
EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY presents the dub's check for $250 to Mr. P. N. Coleman, who is Wives Club members Jax #of 88 the met Navy last

AUTOW APPLIED in charge of the area"Dollars for Scholars" program. Chief H. A. Wednesday evening at their club-
FREE Fuller (L) and Chief J. L.Jones (R) observe the presentation that is house aboard the Naval Air
WITH CAR WASH! one of the annual projects sponsored by the Chiefs Club to provide Station.

scholarships for deserving students in the area. Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, Club
President, welcomed Capt. and
Mrs. J. R. Mackroth, CO, NAS,
and the member's husbands, who
follow this map to your dream home were for 'this guests occasion.of the Navy Wives

"w Con g res sma n Charles
..featured in these E. Bennett, Representative of the
2nd Congressional District of
t
spacious 3 or 4 Florida, was the guest speakerfor
'NI s the evening. Mr. Bennett
= was introduced to the assemblyby
LARGE Bedroom HOMES 4 est.
,, Mrs. T. J. Bennett, Social
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a club.
ARE PLENTY OF CLOSETS, 2 BATHS WITH VANITIES, 1 Congressman Bennett spoke of
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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE' 9
Leathernecks advanced to
Chosen readiness. In July, 1958, they
but Chinese on November 3, 1950, the landed in Lebanon to preserve 189th Birthday cocktail hour. They wm be the {<

arine History the Communists entered peace and order there. In 1962, first of the Marines tb bold the ;{
war. '(Continued From Page l)
(Continued from Pace :5)) The Chinese launched they were sent to Thailand to avert cake cutting ceremonies with j J
an all-out the threat of aggression. They The Marine Non-commls- Lieutenant Colonel 1.. B. Dochterman. -
offensive action of World War attempt to destroy the Marine division served In Vietnam as military advisors sloned Officers will hold their Commanding Officer, i
[y After months of Jungle-warfare, odds Despite huge numerical to friendly forces. In the fall Anniversary celebration at the Marine Air Reserve!Training Detachment -
conquered Guadalcanalnd snow, ice and sub-zero
fines temperatures of 1962, they were alerted for pos- Roosevelt Hotel beginning with a NAS Jacksonville
moved to Island-hop acrosse the division and
on Inflicted alrwlng sible action at the Naval Base, cocktail hour at 7 P.M. The slicing the first piece of cake
Tarawa, Salpan,Guam, tremendous losses the
Pacific. on
Guantanamo Cuba, Marine
Bay duringthe cake will using the traditional
Inlan, Peleliu, IwoJima, Okinawa enemy before breaking off combat cutting ceremony
Marines in Korea Cuban Missile Crisis. be performed at 8 and dinner Corps sword, at 7 P.M. Dinner
islands
other taken
id were participated in
many During the 1960' Marines saw from 7:45 until
will be served from 8:30 until will be served
offensive
launched
every
Marines in fierce and bloody by U. N. Vietnam
service in
Haiti, Panama,
furnishthe
Two bands will
9:30.
forces 10:00 buffet style. Mark Castle
during the
where the
alwaysUght remaining
uggles enemy yearsof
and
Cyprus other world trouble-
until the last manAfter the Korean War and were once spots. and his band will furnish the music at this, the largestof
on the front lines dance music untll1:30 the A.M. the three Balls. Some one
J the war Marines pa mediated continually for 20 To the end of furnishing a vital
briefly in the occupation of months. The last Marine ground part to the military strength es- Enlisted Marines stationed thousand Marines and their guestare
japan and maintained a sizable troops were withdrawn In March, sential to ensure the defense of the here will honor the 189th Birth- expected to attend.
jrce in North China until July, 1955. Marine air units remained Nation, the Marine Corps continues day of the Corps with a party All retired Marines living in
1947, Korea until July, 1956. to be ready for any eventuality and at the Blue Jackets. ..Inn .HAS, the Greater Jacksonville area are
Clase air support for ground Since Korea, Marines have been to ". perform other duties as the Jacksonville, The evening will Invited to attend. Tickets may be
oops had been a Marine princille utilized as the Nations' for--In. President may direct. get underway at 6 P.M. with a purchased: at the door.

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Sports Shorts Undefeated Comm To Play fJIJ<: .;;, : :: :Pl

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An exhibition touch football .a
CFJ
J
game ComFalrJax will be tournament played between winner the, WinnerShangrila IIIVl zi*

the Shangri-la, and the top NAS ..,. ,
Communications _,. -----
the
probably touch football -
Intramural team, Communications top team on the station ..(
will lock horns with the ComPatrJax
tournament winner, the a1
at 2 p. m. this afternoon
Shangri-La, this afternoon at 2 P.M. on the Stadium field. Com-
November 5, on the Stadium
field. munications is currently sporting an undefeated 9-0 record in the
'* '* Intramural leagues. -

The deadline for entries in Intramural VP-30, formerly undefeated in American League
Basketball has been set the National League had.It's I
for November 9 with the action record blemished when VP-7 VP-30 7-1 II I
slated to underway by Novem- knocked them from the undefeated VP-7 3-1
ber 16. Units wishing to enter ranks by the score of 6-0. Hosp 5-3 t .
teams should contact Frank Mc The league standings as Octo- VP-45 ., 4-4 U
CFJ 4-4
ber
3 585. 30 are:
Ext.
Caffrey, Dldg. A/C Maint 4-5
VP-18 2-6

Looking for trustworthy VP-5 Notional League 0-5 .t'

Comm 9-0 JJ

money service? NARTU 5-4 COMFAIRJAX WNNERS, in the recent touch football tournament
MARTD 5-4 held here at Jax, were the"swift Shang" footballmen. Members of
AF679th 5-4
VAP-62 45CAR the team are J. B. Archer, I. Ayers, R. A. Colestock, R. G. Davidson -
4-5 D. L Furr, W. L Johnston, R. N. Lavielle, N. K. Long, J. N.
FICEUR 2-7 Manning, T.Mennely, E.E.Pharris,R.T. Subltowiak, J. L Swords,
Marines 2-7 P.WasMngtonandD.L.Woodall.Presentoithe trophy presentation
The results of last weeks action ceremonies was Capt. I. G. Peters, "Shang" CO. (Navy Photo by
In the IM leagues are: Harold Benson, SN)
A/C Maint, Hosp 18-6
VAP-62. FICEUR 18-12 "Sara"
Comm, NARTU 186O&R "Shang" Topples InComFairJax

Marines 12-13 r
VP-7, VP-18 12-0
AF679th, MARTD6 FB TournamentIt
VP-7 VP-30 6-0

was a hard fought game with a short pass from Pharris to
1M the outcome in doubt until the W. L. Johnson and the third TD,
Ping PongLast closing minutes of play. The also a pass from Pharris to
"Shang" came out victoriousover R. G. Davidson.The .
year's Intramural Ping the"Sara"by a 18-12 score.
Pong champion VP-7 started The first half ended in a score "Sara's" scoring came on
See the leader in the fieldHFCIf this year's action with a close less deadlock which saw the two pass plays, one from quarter-
decision by coping a 3-2 victory "Shang" threatening to score back G. F. MacDaniel to L, E.
you need money for taking a leave, buying a over VP-45. twice, but a stubborn "Sara" Guffey and the second came on
better car, paying bills, shopping-or for any Last year's runner-up, Com- squad put up two tight goal line a 30 yard pass from MacDaniel
worthwhile purpose, remember: Household FairJax, shut-out VP-30 with a stands and fought off their hard- to T. A. Maincey.
Finance Is the only company of Its kind with a commanding 5-0 score. One pressing foes.
record of trustworthy money service dating back other shut-out game occured in An offensive second half, just By virtue of winning the Com-
to W*. H FC Is the company that serves the needsof the first week's action when the opposite of defensive first FairJax tournament the "Shang"won
more than 150,000 servicemen every year- Hospital blanked Admin 5-0. half, saw the "Shang" capitalizeon the right to participate in
through more than 1375 offices from coast-to- The results of the first weeks three scoring opportunities, the Atlantic Fleet Elimination
coast. So see HFC's experienced military loan action are: one a five yard run by quarter tournament, to be held in Nor-
specialist today. Borrow with confidence-and CFJ, VP-30 5-0 back E. E. Pharris, the second folk, Virginia later this month.
repay with convenience Household Finance. Hosp, Admin 50O&R .ilW_! .I>. ....,.._ .. -L___ -. .. .
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TOUCHDOWN PASS, thrown by E. E. PhorrU, was hauled in
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scoring opportunities. (Navy Photo by Frank Myers, JO2))
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TTC Sports Mad Foxes Post Hiah Waves Bowling: : I

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the Marines V-- -------g
Week saw
from Last MAD take decisive gamesand SPT SERV 1-4 In the second Week of actionin
AE NAVY Team
Set With
the football lead in theNATTC 1-4 2810
football league. mad 35 o-5 the Waves bowling leagues,
Intramural Laurie Perrault. of NATTC,
MAD #1 smashed over MAD#2, Captains Cup Points posted the high of the week witha
24 to 0, for their fifth straightwin Each Keglers shattering the pins for '600' games in recent 1M Bowling 187 and also the high Individual
in as many starts. Jim Cartel year the "NATTC Cap- matches were Howard Strunk with a 640 and William Scarbrough with 455
set a talley.
was the big gun for MAD #1 tains Cup" Is awarded the with a 623 of the Mad Foxes, Robert Gunter with a 630 from the The the
Stingers posted high
as he scored two touchdowns'and unit with the highest number of Flying Phantoms and Tom Fowler with a 602 of the Baymen. team game with a 611 and the
defensive ball. points In the Intramural Sports The Mad Foxes of VP-5 have
played great high team series with a 1799
Quaterback Jim prwlx scored on program. Currently AE SchoolIs posted the high team set to the total pin count.
an Intercepted pass with Kenneth leading with 515 points to 400 present time with a 2810 total Air (NewsCorrection The team standings are:
Kennedy tabulating the final score for MAD. Third place Is Support Currently leading the Amer-
for MAD #L The victory was Services with 102 and In last ican League are the Mad Foxes W/L
hard fought and was a fine com- place Is AO School with 28 points. with a 30-10 record, the Eaglesat Old Fashions 8-0

bination of team effort. BasketSoftBowU 25-11 and the Electrons witha The Judo Club meets in Bldg. Salty Dogs 7-1
MAD #4 outpointed winless ball balf ing 30-14 cwnLFICEUR's 726 vice Bldg.751 as erroneously ManhattensStingers 5-3
MAD #5 12 to 6 with Williams AE SCHOOL 199 182 134 CPO's are the top stated in the October 29th edition 4-4
and Heobsted scoring the touch MAD 122 1'80 98 team In the National league at of the Jax Air News. We apolo- Dalgulrls 0-8
downs for MAD ###4. MAD #5's S. Services 39 14 49 30-10 with the Air Frames at gize for this error. Martinis 0-8
lone score was made by AO SCHOOL -io 30 8 29-15 and the Protons at 23-13
Chapsadle. holding down the second and third
positions.In .
Other scores were Support Golf Standings
Services 1, and AONavy(( ) ) In an the Continental League the
overtime game, and MAD#3 over Won Lost leaders are theCursors at 34-10, -
NARTUn 31-17 and the -
at -
AE (Navy) 1 to 0 on a forfeit. AEB( ) 64! 44. Warriors at 24-16- Sky -
'
W/L MAD1 434 2 The results of last weeks action -_ _
SS1 3',4 234SS3 '
MAD #1 50MIDH 334 234MAD2 are:

4-1 4 3 American; League t-- 1
AO NAVY 3-2 AEG( ) 14 314SS2
MAD #2 3-2 1 5 Pelicans, ComStore5 3-1
MAD #3 3-2 AO K 534 Photo Lab, CFJ"A" 3-1
Cannon Cockers,PanHandlers4-0

IntramuralGolf A/C Maim, Hosp"A"6-3 3%-5' Hellions, .Electrons Griffons 22FICEURI 3-1 JACKSONVILLEriAVC !

National League Eagles, Neptunes 4-0
Chiefs, Riggers 4-0
CFJ, VAP-62 5-4 4K-1K

FICEUR, Hosp"B" 6-3 4-2 Conentinal LeagueMix AGREAT3-DAY

Currently leading the Intra- Masters, NARTUtfl 3-1
mural "linksters" Is the Admin FOOF'S JfjI'11you Cursors, Avions 4-0 SALES EVENT
team of the American League with Cutters, Sparks 4-0
it's 7-2 record. Leading the National FICEUR2, Sky Warriors 3-1
S WILL A4iM
,! Leagke are the'llnksters'.' Spoilers, Spartans 3-1
of VP-5 with their 4-2 record. footPRINTS IN TNT Supply, Inspectors 4-0 Thursday Friday Saturday
The team standings for the lea- 5ANP6 OF TM -- UrNorBY51TTiNG Flying Phantoms, Strikers 3-1
gues, Including the week of October DOWN. Paymasters, Burgermasters 4-0
26, are: Plzzans, Owl Hoots 3-1 NOVEMBER 5-6-7
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American League
National League
Handicap Bigger and better than ever! This semi-annual
Admin 7-2 Rookies, NARTU2 3-1
Hosp"N' 6-2 Lucky '7', Darters 3-1 city-wide event brings the widest selection, the

I, Supply 5-3 Marines, Scatter Pins 4-0 greatest assortments of fresh, timely, wanted
A/C Maim 5-3 FICEUR3 BB Stackers 4-0
VP-30"A" 3-5 Baymen, Protons 3-1 merchandise ever offered in one great sale. Because -

FAETU 1-6 Army AFES, Rejects 4-0 of its scope the prices are more exciting,
AF679th 1-7 Air Frames, AF679th 3-1
Notional League FICEUR CPO's, AOMD 4-0 the savings greater! And why this terrific value

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FAW-11 3-4
Hosp"B" 3-5
CFJ ;3.6 R
The results of last week's action l
are:
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Admin, VP-30"A" 7-2 4-2
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YR Ta
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,I 4 p. rn. Hospital vs. Supply
.I I-:-: 5 p. m. Marines vs. Weapons F'

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