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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein" are their own and not to Us considered an of f fie I al I expression of any 1
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or servic \aavertised. I

VOL. 22 NO. 38 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA ..tlOVEMBER19, 1964. 1

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NAVEX AnnouncesHoliday



wr Hours It1J M


Beginning Monday, November :
30, the main store of Navy Exchange l l
and Toyland will remain
open until 8 P.M. Friday even- Lt. Leslie H. Duffield Topeka, KansasLt. I

ings while the'retail.outlet at the Earle S. Florence Houston, Texas I

Naval Hospltalwlll keep Its doors Ltjg John R. Stacey Oak Ridge, Tenn. l

? ..aw open until 8 on Monday nightsto Ltjg Thomas W. MeV My Decatur, Illinois )
rx allow all patrons maximum AMSI Lawrence E. Waif -Milton, Vermont 'j.
time In which to do their Christ- AE3 James O.MusselwhiteNew Haven, Conn.

mas shopping. The malnslde AX3 Lee F. Maiorano New Haven, Conn.
will also remain until
rat. 1 store open A03 Roy P. Holmes Fort Walton Beach, Fla.
RADM ROBERT GOLDTHWAITE, ComFairJax, received a visit from 2 P.M. on Saturdays beginning' ATR3 Celso Gonzales Jr Hondo, Texas

Pulitzer Prbe author, Pearl) S. Buck, last Friday morning. Ac- December 5. ADR2 Robert Boone- New Iberia, Louisiana \
Cdr T, E, Stevenson, Navy Exchange -
companying Miss Buck were Theodore Harris, foundation president ... ...
Officer has also announced -
,
.
and Mrs. Linda Rouzer, committee member in the Jacksonville that several Died In dedicated service to their cwntry'r
special ser
at Argentla, Newfoundland on an operational
area. vices are now being provided at flight while serving with VP-45 of NASJack-
the Personal Services desk in

PearlS. Buck Visits NAS the main exchange building. sonville. A
; Flower orders may be placed
from now until December 14th.
Orders for special Christmas *

Speaks To Admiral WivesPearl December fruit boxes 10th.will be Personalized taken until Night At The World's Fair .

greeting cards may be ordered '

S. Buck, Pulitzer Prize winning author, visited NAS Jacksonville until November 25th. Fruit and ', .,,\ \\ ,
twice on Friday, November 13, her first visit coming In flowers may also be ordered at B":.. :Z'' .'II' t
the morning hours when she and her party arrived at the officeof the NATTC portrait studio,Bldg. f
ri"f
Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwaite ComFatrJax. Miss Buck stayed 554, and the retail store at the ',.::';' '\"j'' ( f
long enough to pose for several pictures and discuss the work of Naval Hospital On about December \ -Ii.
10, the Exchange will begin !
the foundation which bears her name. .
Taking time out from her -busy schedule- of speeches ana a their sale of Christmas treesat
special cocktail orchestra party held in her honor, she returnedan the tennis courts on the corner
I meeting of the Navy of Yorktown Avenue and Mustin .
address evening
to the station to Road. >, h t t 1 1tk
Wives{ Club ##.86. Arriving with 4i r
Miss Buck were: Foundation i
President, Theodore Harris; ComFairJax Wins Airlant

James Banta, personal photo-
grapher; and Mrs. Linda Rouzer, Football ; ,
Touch Championship a i
foundation committee member in } P > MRr N r f / + ng

the Jacksonville area. Miss Buck
received a cordial welcome from The ComFairJax touch football team copped the ComNavAlrLant

members and before addressingthe touch football tournament in Norfolk last week. FalrJax defeated t; f ,, 3"
she autographs ComFairArgentia 20-18 to win the series finale In the double elimination -
group, signed
FalrJax did not lose a enroute to the
her tournament. game
for those who came to greet
personally and chatted with many. championship.In provided victory. Argentla was k''i&11THE ,
Miss Buck spoke to the group the first game of the tournament trailing 20-12 with less than two

concerning the purpose and importance FalrJax defeated Com- minutes to play when they scored ,
of the work that is FairKeyWest 276. ComFair- to make the socre a close 20-18. EGYPTIAN STATUE representing the display on Egypt. receives .
carried on by the Pearl S. Buck Norva fell under the bruising The clock ran out then with the an inspecting glance from Captain and Mrs. J. R. Mackrofh, I
Foundation and to seek aid to attack of J ax In the second game final score remaining 20-18. as they view the charity event 'Nights at the World's Fair" Mrs.
27-20. The first with Ar-
continue in this endeavor. The game defensive for
E. Pharris from the Outstanding men H. F. McCue, overall chairman of the event, ads as their guide. ,
foundation seeks to aid thechlld- gentla saw Jax included B. C. Furr, R. A. 0\"
USS Shangrl La, toss a 50yardpass Davidson and
Colestuck, R. G. ,
r: Ike with 2 minutes remaining j t
Ayers
La, J. Ragsdale of ComFalr- i. :r tt
in the ball game which Jax Staff.. and G. C. Burns Id of [ t
-- tied the six alL Pharris i ir
score at
,
) VF-174. Offensive standouts included if -
3/1/ then lobbed a pass to G.C.Burn- Ayers, Pharris, and ,i

sid from VF-174 to provide the Davidson of the Shangri-La, ,
margin in a 7-6 win. Burnsld of VF-174, and L. Mur-
The final of the tournament '
game 'L
ray of the USS Saratoga. Randy :
it was the Pharris-to- ."
Busby of VP-30 did a very re-
Ayers combination again which .
,
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e ''Rt USO To Host "Pal Day" ; '

It's Pal Day once again at St. furnished by the USO at the Elks

Augustine, Fla., for all militarymen Club from 12-3 P.M.
In uniform and their All servicemen must be In 1 AM THE ZOO MASTER andI .
dependents, Dec. 5. uniform, as this Is the admission I train the animals". The zoo SHARON FAIR SINGS several .

Every year about this time,the ticket to all attractions. Dependents master and her animals, portrayed hit songs from the musical,
St. Augustine USC Coonsll have a of service personnel on by children dancers "Funny Girl", during a tour of

: Pal Day Program where all overseas duty will be admitted showed another type of entertainment Broadway, as part of the entertainment
tourist attractions are free, as free by showing their LD. card. presented in"A Night
MRS. PEARL BUCK visits the well as, sightseeing trips on the Special prices will be In effect to be found on a nightin
the Town".
Navy Wives Club at NAS. trailer trains, and refreshments for the horse drawn carriages. the big city. on



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A 1 Brief Look if Indebtedness ,:.1-.t.JijIr.i'.u.r''f"..;. '.1'h' :"", '' :,. Lot1'.q/r ,'e'Si: Chaplain/ Message


From HAS CITE ,

We ire Indebted (thought-wise) to the skipper of a Pacific fleet By Walter B. Feagins

LSD for this timely article which was originally disseminated as
SUNDAY
a guide for officers and petty officers. The Eternal message of the Christian Church is to continually call men I

One of the most harassing and burdensome problems facing division 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy forth Into the right relationship with their Creator. Every generation must t
officers and in turn the Commanding Officer, is Indebtedness of Communion face the decision of this relationship. The outreach of God's love was mani-

personnel. The unfortunate thing is that most of these debts are for 9:30: a.m. Service of Divine tested in the person of Jesus Christ, His Son, who walked among us as
His challenge to men was a life to be
non-essential or even luxury Worship true men among men. lived with
items that a little forethought you should not, under any cir- 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for God, not in the form of a master with a puppet, ; rather, in the mutual

would have convinced the buyer cumstances, deal with one that 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 partnership of Creator and creation. Jesus lived this life of devotion and "
does. ages of humility in allowing his will to be under the spiritual guidance of
that he could not afford. Sel- 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine the
dom, if ever, does the command I admonish all hands to Worship Heavenly Father. !
get letters where a man is in seriously consider the problem of Youth Fellowship Now one of the most remarkable aspects of the New Testament of our
6:30 1
: p.m. the encounter of Jesus with men, and the
faith is change
debt for food, lodging, family indebtedness. I-do not say that Christian that
'mare medical attention or other you should not use credit plans WEDNESDAY came about In their lives.Another remarkable aspect of God's life and word
but I do that should not in Jesus Christ is that even today the lives of men are being changed
essentials. It is usually for: say you 4:30 Junior Choir Re-
: p.m. the Christ. It might be
encounter even said
commit as they continually that the
jewelry, civilian clothes 'automobiles -, yourself to an obligationthat
hearsal
without context of the complete Holy Scripture is the seeking of God for man, and
and other non-essential : you cannot see a Re-
items. Occasionally, debts are reasonable doubt that you can 7:30: p.m. Senior Choir man in return submitting to God in love, service, and thanksgiving. Have
hearsal taken the opportunity to read or hear of God's word? Scriptures are
accumulated wives other meet. If your affairs are in you
by or Communion
12:00 p.m. Holy available at your Chaplain's office. Counsel on the Christian life is awaiting
such conditions that do
without the of not
you
dependents consent
Also on all Holy Days all who would learn of the Christ. For Christ seeks you today as He
the breadwinner. This Is feel free to give division
not a your
Edward's
Catholic Services at St. -
sought men in the 1st Century. Ask yourself these questions. Ask them In
very sound idea and care should officer or Head of Department as Chapel, NATTC and Naval
of self-reflection or a moment of quiet inward-looking.
a period amI
references have business
be taken that it does not happento you
Hospital I In relation to what I ought to be? Where am I in my relation to my
buying on credit. If find
you. yourself already In you financial SUNDAY MASS fellow man? Where am I in relation to life itself? But most important of
in relation to God? If want to know
I earnestly
all, where am you the
Credit buying has become an difficulties, face the problem
6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital these I to and learnof
,
answers to questions may encourage you Investigate
American of life and means Discuss and
way a squarely. It freely
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.Edward's the Christ of the Christian faith.
for to obtain the items frankly with division officer
many your
Chapel "But the Lord God called to the man,
for comfortable liv- and be man to on
enough
necessary get top *
and said to him, "Where are you?
ing. All of us possess things of the situation. If you .have DAILY MASS Genesis 3:9:

that we would not have If we financial problems as a result of 11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel
were required to pay all cash ina emergencies, go to the Navy Relief -
lump sum. Credit buying Is Society or Red Cross. Most MONDAY & TUESDAY Battle Ship Gun ABA Seeking

'good for our personal welfare and of us contribute generously to
4:15 p.m. King Hall- NATTC
our national economy when used these organizations and should Personnel On
with prudence and foresight. It not be reluctant to ask their FRIDAY Barrel To Become

Is detrimental assistance when
needed.
conversely
very
12:05 U.S. Naval Hospital
p.m.
morale, welfare, and reputationwhen The Navy Is proud of our repu- Battle ShipsSan !
we use it unwisely. All tation as good citizens In our SATURDAY Test Tube For GDR

reputable firms recognize the communities. A good citizen does
9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel '
tendency that many people havein not make credit commitmentsthat Diego, Calif (NAVNE\\S)
New York (AFPS) Ahuge 16- The American Battleship Associa
extending their obligations beyond he cannot meet. Indebtedness CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY
Inch World War I II I gun barrel,man tion, with headquarters in San
their means and they there- Is a good Indication of
7:00 p.m. 8:00: p.m. and before ufactured for an Alabama class Diego, California, is conducting a
fore require extensive survey lack of judgement, maturity and
Masses battleship in 1943, has been sold
world-wide search for those officers
before granting credit. No reputable sound management, and Is
firm will extend credit sufficient cause to be adminis- Catechism Classes:Grade School by the Navy to General Dynamics' and men who saw duty in a United

merely on an ID card, or signa- tratively discharged from the SATURDAY Research and Development section States Battleship.The .
It.will J be used to test hull modelsof days of these mighty dread-
and and
ture a promise to pay Navy.
10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities different shapes and materials naughts came to an end with the

building 722 for proposed submarine use. mothballing of the USS WISCON

What Does Position The unique test chamber, created SIN (BB 64) in Bayonne, N. J.
from the original 65-foot gun bar in 1957.

rd, consists of a section 17 feet Perhaps never again will they

-.Description RepresentWhat Traffic long with a 17 1/2 inch Inside roam the seas. Yes, they may be
diameter and 15Inch laminated gone but for millions of officers and

walls. The testing unit will weigh men who manned them Its another
does a position description mean to you? Your position description more than 40 tons when in opera- story. Many of these battleship vet-

actually represents your food, housing and everything else Violations tion.The erans are still living. Living in
for which you spend your salary. If you're typical of Navy civilian muzzle end of the barrel has every nook and corner of the world.

employees, you feel that you should be fairly reimbursed for your The following is a report of been machined to accept a plug
contribution to the accomplishment of NAS JAX's mission. motor vehicle accidents and traf- through which three pumps will The American Battleship Assoc-

What does it mean to HAS J AX? fic violations for the period No- send glycerin into the pressure iation was formed and chartered in

It's a bill for services rendered; Pilgrims Found Peace, vember 8 through November 14. chamber. The unit t will be capableof the state of California tomemorlal-

and like every other bill payer, maintaining pressured up to ize the battleship and to perpetuatethe
the activity likes Its bills Freedom in New World Number of Accidents 40,000 pounds per square inch for men- who served In them. Injustone
accurate and concise. Whatdoes an Indefinite period. It can reach year the ABA has gained well
tl mean to the position classifier? Plymouth, Mass. (AFPS) On This Week November 8 through these pressures In less than 10 over 2,000 contacts of former BB

It Is one of many similar docu- Dec 26, 1620, about 00 worn and November 14 . .4 minutes. personnel. A master roster is being
ments representing the duties and weary refugees from the Old World Total Accidents this year through Pieces to be tested will be placedin maintained for distribution to In-

responsibilities of individuals persecution landed here from the November 14 . . 211 the chamber through the breech terested members. If you ever servo
documents with which the; sailing vessel Mayflower and Number of Accidents through No- end of the barrel which has been ed in a U. Battleship and desireto

classifier Is conscientiously con- founded the first settlement on the vember 1963 . . 248 designed to accept 126 electrical learn more about this newly
cerned. An and ade- northern coast of the new world. Total number of days since last leads to obtain a wide variety of formed organization write to: American -
.
accurately
_ Women cried with joy and men In readings. Equipment Association, P-
vehicle
Injury accident 97 aslargeas 17 Battleship
quately prepared position des- shouted, some of them kneeling to inches wide California -
and 14 ,
fed long can be 0. Box 11199, San Diego
cription make certain that
can
kiss the land of their new home. Number of Violations tested In i the chamber.
you are fairly reimbursed; that The settlers were members of a

the activity has an accurate and dissenting religious sed known as This Week . . 51 I IMi

concise bill; and that the classi- Pilgrims, whose three-month ocean Speeding . . . 7
fier can put the correct label on voyage marked the culmination of Reckless Driving . 3

the position it describes. years of persecution and constant Going through Stop Sign. 4 a AX A in NE S

i search for freedom of religious ex Other Violations . 37
Under law, the Civil Service pressionThe

Commission has responsibility Mayflower sailed from Plymouth Twenty-five drivers appeared

for preparing and publishing England, Sept. 16, 1620 before the Traffic Hearing Board
standrads pertaining to this with 101 passengers and a crew of at the meeting held:! on November the JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

activity's positions are maintained 58. Several babies were born en- 16. Disposition of the cases Include distributed each Thursday at the U. s. Naval Air Station,

In the Wage and Classification route. The travelers' first glimpseof the following: ten lost Jacksonville private Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a

Division of the Industrial the New World was Nov. 19, driving and! parking privileges a- NEWS finn.uA.U Cop submitted for use in the JAX AIR

Relations Department. They con- near the tip of Cape Cod, Mass. board station for various periods; 'Box 2 must e forwarded! to the Service Information! Office,
tain no confidential or restricted The ship skirted the shore search nine were assigned to completean NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before

information and are available for of a suitable site for a village. eight-hour course In remedial Telephone pubUcat.lon. News Items are welcomed from all sources-

review by interested employees The establishment of the Ply- driving instructions at the Jax EV..9.7711'IExt. 162.
Advertisements
,"""* and supervisors. mouth Colony brought to aclimaxa Police Academy; three were concerning are'solicited by'the publisher and queriesdirected

story of persecution and suffering given suspended penalties; fourteen Company, such should be to the Holt'' PubUshln
4724 '
Position i classificationis reminiscent of the Middle Ages, a were given warnings; four Telephone Clyde !Drive, Jacksonville, 8, Florida
something about which we story of courage that depicts oneof were dismissed; and elevenwere 359-4040 or 3590271..

should gain as much under- the many firm anchors on which referred to commanding officers
standing as possible. our American I lerritage i s founded.: for possible disciplinary action. VOL. 22 NO. 38 NOVEMBER 19, 1964

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NOVEMBER 19, 1964 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 3

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Mr Hurst ComesTo Eagles Flock Sanford MarinesWin

HAS For DutyIn Memorial


I (I Triplicate) To BermudaP3A Driving Rear Admiral AwardDuring Goldth-

patrol bombers and waite's Com Fair Jax, recent Administrative
LCdr Homer T. Hurst, CEC, ground support personnel from Patrol Material Inspection
a former naval aviator namedH. Squadron Sixteen (VP-16)) departed Lt. J. Gregg, ComNabSix Drive-
T. Hurst and Professor Hurst for Klndley AFB, Bermuda safe Officer, presented the Com-
\ from Virginia Polytechnic..-Institute last Saturday. The"Eagles"will fly mander John H Bear Memorial
all reported aboard NAS around-the-clock missions over the Safe Driving Plaqueto Major Chen
i Mid Atlantic. Commanding Officer of the NAS
Jax last week. Sound coincidental -
Sanford Marine Barracks, for the
The detachment is being
? Well it's not when you organ-
stop and consider the fact that ized under Cdr. W.J. Vaught, VP- month of September.
these Mr. 16's Commanding Officer, Cdr. C. Wes Giles, NAS Sanford Ground
Bursts all the
are J. Eadie, the squadron's Executive Safety Officer, said that this lathe
same manl! fifth time the Marine Barracks has
Officer will take over the unit in
A resident of Blacksburg, Va.,
January. won the award during this year. lu e
LCdr Hurst enlisted in the Navy VP16Orion" ASW aircraft re- The plaque Is given tothe squadron
in 1942 under the V-5 programand maining at the squadron here will or command having the best record
was commissioned Ensign in continue to fly regular operational, for the month.
1944 at Corpus Christ!, Texas. transitional, and training flights Charles Able, ComNabSix Safety
From Corpus Christ!, he reported over the Southeastern Atlantic. Engineer, stated, In checking over -
to NAS Jax where he flew ASW crews and aircraft will be rotated the Safety records, that this bar- SAFETY AWARD Lt.J. Gregg, ComNabSix Drivnofo Offinr, present -
PBY s. After advanced training between the home squadronand racks had one of the best unit safe : the Cdr. John H. Bear Memorial Safe Driving Ploqu. to
he was transferred to the the Bermuda detachment on a driving records In the Sixth Naval Moj. Chen CO of Morin. Barracks, whil. Chorl.l Able, Safety
Phllliplnes where he spent the scheduled basis. District Engin. and Sgt. Maj. Truluck look on. (Official Navy Photo)
remainder of the war patrolling This will be the"Eagles"first de-
Tact Is the ability to close
the China sea. ployment with the newly acquired
mouth before someone else
At the end of the war, LCdr aircraft The squadron previouslyflew your
Hurst left the Navy in pursuitof the SP-2E"Neptune"until Julyof wants to. Arizona Teacher iZ7AANi'RY4
a college education whichhe this year.
received at Ohio State University This first deployment will include 1' r Fh .
in the form of a shipping surveillance, as well as

Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural other aspects of ASW operations.the 1J1EI geJt i '::; -:. .TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM '
Engineering and aMaster's >> ntmt # arc ,
J. PREMIUM BEER iCIIOICE CUT STEAKS
degree of science Navy's Civil Engineering
majoring In Civil Engineering in Corps In 1960. Deaf t ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI-
195L Mr. Hurst Is attached to the '.
As a civilian, Mr. Hurst began Roanoke Naval Reserve Train- SEEPAGE 12 AND "PIZZA..
work at Ohio State University Ing Center where he serves as YOU'LL I KNOW WHY!
on the Research Staff and four Public Works Officer our speciaty

years later, In 1955, transferredto His son, Homer T, Jr Is In RIVERSIDE ..- FRANK DERICKSON
VP1 where he continued the the Navy with the Seabees in -
same job In structural research.It Port Hueneme, California. Mr. CHEVROLET In the Heart of Cedar Hills

was this civilian skill which Hurst resides with his wife,Beverly -
3619 Blvd.Ph.
led him to become a member of and three daughters, Hyla, CEDAR HILLS Blanding 771-0170
JaNan, and Rhoda in Blacksburg.

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Of The Sea .
Language ; 4 c I rI I

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One Of Most ColorfulUSNTC ? :p x, t r


BAINBRIDGE, MD,. .(CAVNEWS). One of the most ,
colorful languages In the world today Is the language of the sea. : i. _
Not only Is the language of the sea colorful but It Is filled with
tradition, some of the words have been In use for hundreds of years.

Although many Anglo-Saxon and old English words are used at sea rt -. l
today, many other terms were given English shape and sound after
being borrowed from Foreign! sources.
For Instance the word "Chit";
In the Navy It takes a "Chit" fort days of sail,those who performed ::1J :
everything you want done or anything the Important and difficult task .
.. you want to da It was of marllnsplke seamanship In
... derived from the Hindu word "Splicing the Main Brace" received

Chlnl meaning letter, note, bill, upon completion of the job, Sheriff Dale Carson A Y
voucher or receipt. The derivi- an extra ration of rum. S .16>Y. -
tive has wide use throughout the A copy of the following historic
British Army and Navy as well message may be seen today In the Duval Sheriff ToRe CDR. T. E. STEVENSON, Navy Exchange Officer, and Marvin L.
as the U. S. Navy. United States Navy Department. Mulkey, manager of the Navy Exchange Cobbler Shop, observe
Another nautical term Is the The dispatch was sent or signal Guest At HAS the certifICate that Mr. Mulkey received after successfully completing .
_, Charlie Noble", as ailor's term made, as the British.call It, by correspondence course with the Shoe Service Instituteof
for the galley smoke pipe. Derived Admiral Sir David Beatty, Royal
America. As a member of the National Registry of Orthopedic.
from the British Merchant Navy, to the Allied Fleet at CPO Club
Shoe Servicemen, he is authorized to make any orthopedic shoes
Service, Captain Charlie Noble, Roseth on November 11, 1918at
who-Is always reclIredab1ghpo- the end of WWL "The Armistice prescribed by a doctor.
Puval County Sheriff Dale G.
lish on the galley funnel The commenced at 1100 today,
Carson will be guest speaker at the '
funnel of his of Monday, and the \>'
galley was copper customary November CPO Luncheon '
and Its brightness became knownin method In Her Majesty's serviceof
all ports he visited. Many celebrating an occasion is to Sheriff Carson started his law en- a
an.I.nnocentywng sailor has spent be carried out by the ships com- forcement career by obtaining his
much time searching the ship for panies Splicing the MalnBrace at Bachelor of Arts Degree from Ohio
"Charlie Noble". 1900 today. Hands are to make State University, having majoredin 'V.'r
v-ar Tradition relates that In the and mend clothes." criminology. While attending the
University he was employed as a
member of the Columbus, Ohio-
lice Department. Upon leaving the
University he became a detectivefor *
the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad -
Al
5 and continued in this capacity
until 1951, when he Joined the Fed
$ LOOK eral Bureau of Investigation as an
agent. ills service with the FBI,
six years of it spent In .Jackson
villeended when he
was appointed -

1 111 FINE I Duval 30, 195a County Sheriff on January


All active duty and retired chiefs
and their guests are invited to at-
tend. The luncheon will be held in
the main dining room of the Chief
65 FORDS! HAVE
Petty Officer's Club on November YOU SENT Ul your caption} yet? If not, please do. THE
25, fromll:30: to 1:00: p.m. EDITOR, JAX AIR NEWS, would like to see it.
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189th AnniversaryThe Celill[ ics ShopOffers L M1rrrw.r



Cake Is Brought InTHE Chance jl!l



To Be Creative \J)

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"Santa's helpers or
Christmas mugs \
Figurines or old-
fashioned Jugs. 1

Statues, platters, \
dishes, ashtraysJust
+ a few of the

400, you say."
Four hundred what? Well, four
SOME OF THE finished objects illustrate the variety of ceramic
hundred signifies the number of
molds available.
various molds available to
patrons using the Special
Services Ceramic Shop at its new
location in Bldg. 898, where I
facilities are furnished to allow I

completion of an object from t
"casting to the hand-tooled
ceramic." You don't have to be I
an expert In ceramics to turnouta .., ,
HONOR ESCORT of the Staff NCO Boll prepare to march and
professional-looking piece J
the birthday cake forward, as part of the colorful and traditional approximately 750 people accom-
"cake-cutting ceremony" held at the Hotel Roosevelt. Lt. Col. L. plish this each month. j 'f'fr' (Y
B. Docterman, Commanding Officer, Marine Air Reserve Train- The Ceramics Shop opens its
ing Detachment, officiated at the ceremonies held at all three doors to all Navy personnel and
balls their dependents seven days a ::i'.
week. Many have never workedin
ceramics before but they find! d
their first attempt enjoyable ;' ,
The Cake Is Cut enough to warrant still other iE
visits. There are molds Instockto
produce a complete set of PUTTING THE FINISHING
ONE OF SIX KILNS or bakingovens
touches her Buddha ceramicis
dinnerware on
or especially popular -
at this time of the year a used by patrons to fire Jessica Ramos,HN,of the Hospital -
ceramics.
,; complete Nativity scene with staff. ,
figurines and manger.As .
a beginner you will find It pared for the firing,during which
r very easy to make your first time all seams are smoothed, any
ceramic. You merely choose rough edges removed and finallythe SEWING MAC E .
your mold and purchase the piece is polished by a sponge
materials ceramic slip,glazes, before being fired. After the first liirTEENAGE ; 1
brushes needed for the ceramicand firing the item can be processed
pour the mold. Or If pre- in various ways to achieve the .=
ferred, a member of the shop desired end effect and is then SPECIAL 2
personnel, experienced in ceramics ready for the final baking processin .
of the six kilns NEW HOME MACHINE ,
will pour the mold at a one or baking
nominal charge, and you can ovens. The finished ceramic isa Console, Bench .1
finish it from there. "individual art object", appro- Dress'form l ,
_
How is mold prepared? Ceramic priated to grace any room and be .,
lessons
FREE Sewing
slip Is poured Into the mold admired by alL
Sat mornings only)
(
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minutes after which any excess PHONE 771-8266': '
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THE SHINING SWORD, brightly gleaming, is deftly handled by has hardened sufficiently to be 4J.

Lt. Col. L B. Dochterman CO, MARTD. as he cuts the birthdaycake removed from the mold. This -!,'
hardened form is referred
ceremonies. to as
at the Bluejackets Inn
"greenware" and In this stateis
brown in color until completely WEEKEND.
dry when it turns an offwhitehue.
The Cake Goes OutTHE
The greenware Is thenpre-

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Navy the following members that FRA #91 Acey Ducey Club

modeled their own creations: Bluejackets Inn Thursday, November 19
Mrs. John Eanetta, Mrs.James Thursday, November 19
# Franklyn Mrs. Wm. Gifford, Pizza Night
Wives 86Navy Hour
Happy 4:30-6:30
Mrs. Kendall Kerns, Mrs. Wm. Thursday, November 19 Friday, November P.M.
Kinlaw, Mru. Henry J. Wernet, Carl & The Rhythm Kings Friday, November 20
Boyd
Wives Club Jax#86 pre- Mrs. James Vineyard,Mrs.M.A. Happy Hour 4-5 P.M.
sented a fashion show entitled Maywhort, Miss Karen Eanetta, 8:30-11:30: P.M.Friday Saturday, November 21 Phil 12:30 Cay A.M.Saturday&.The Chantels 8-30-:
Fall Creations"- last Fri- Miss Margo Cottrill and Miss November 20
day evening at 8 P.M. in the Rochelle Kerns. Evening gowns March Wilson & The Redcoat Turkey Shoot 10 A.M.-dark November 21
clubhouse aboard the Naval Air were modeled by: Mrs. Richard SPECIAL -Turkey Dinner
Station. ,Kredell, Mrs. Charles Yeagerand 9-1 A.M. 11:30-8 P.M.Sunday Mark Castle 8:30-12:30 A.M.

Mrs. Harold Kraus, Chair- Mrs. Larry Burgess. First Saturday, November 21 November 22 Sunday,' November 22
man of the Fashion show, presented prize went to Mrs. M. A. May- Emeralds
The
Futch&
Glyn Phil & The
Mrs.Wilbert Wagner,club whort; second prize to Mrs. Closed Cay Chantels 8:30
9-1 A.M.Sunday .
11:30 P.M.Mondav
President, who welcomed the James Franklyn and Mrs.R.Kre- November 23
Monday
members and guests. dell took third prize. Miss November 22 November 23
Mrs.Joseph Haganwas fashion "One" Happy Hour 4-5 P.M.
,4* commentator and she introduced (Continued on Page 11)) The Rhythm Kings plus November 24 Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 P.M.
,
8:30-11:30 P.M. Tuesday
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Tuesday, November 24
Monday, November 23 Shuffle BoardToornament8P.M
Game Night and Dance Night
2 for 1 November 25
Pizza Night Wednesday Arnold
(Johnny ) 6:3011:30P.M. :
GRAND OPENINGLAYAWAY Tuesday, November 24 Happy Hour 4-5 P.M. .

Happy Hour 5-7 P.M. CPO Club Wednesday, November 25

Wednesday, November 25 Movies sports 8 P.M.
Thursday, November 19
Game Night 8 P.M.CAN .
USO Notes
DEPT. Happy Hour 5-6 P.M.

Friday, November 20 Thursday, November 19

SPECIAL Las Vegas Night Homemade Goodies Night

GOODYEAR SERVICE STORESan Music by.Marc Castle Friday, November 20
V -1 Saturday, November 21
"21st Anniversary of Hurricane
Juan Ave. & Jersey St. YOU Dance to Phil Cay Hunters VW-4" 8-11 P.M.

TAKE YOUR CAR Sunday, November 22 Saturday, November 21
WITH YOU?
Happy Hour 6-7 P.M. Get Acquainted Night
00 HOLDS ANY ITEM UNTIL For Financing And Insurance Dance to Mark Castle
M 1 Stateside And Overseas. Call Sunday, November 22
CHRISTMAS DYER M. BURR Monday, November 23
representingCOVEfNMENT> St. Johns Presbyterian Church
Game and Pizza Night
EMPLOYEES Monday November 23
FINANCE CORPORATION
November 24
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CONFEDERATE MoviesMovies
BALL 0" Club


ESPECIALLY FOR Thursday November will be shown regularlyat
7 p. m. Monday through Sat-
MILITARY PERSONNEL, Happy Hour 3:30-6: P.M.
Dinner 6-9 urday.
FREESQUARE DANCE P.M. NATTC will have two feature
Friday, November 20 times 2 p. m. and 7 p. m. on
REFRESHMENTSYou Saturdays and Sundays. The hos- Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
are Invited to an evening of fun Happy Hour 3:30-6 P.M. pital will have one feature on Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
Come Alone or Bring a Friend Dinner 6-9:30 P.M. Sunday's at 7 p. m. Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
Saturday, November 21st Charlie Jay 8-12 A.M. The Mainside theatre will stay too late for this deadline will be published the following -

at 8:30: P.M. Saturday, November 21 the same except for the evening week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise..
feature which will begin at 7:30p. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad mist be'
Lutheran Service Center Dinner 6-9:30 P.M. m.These are subject to change. received WITH the copy for the ad.
19 West Forsyth Street Johnny Jelnick 8:30-12:30: A.M. Kiddee Matinee Mainside DO NOT SEND CASH.

Sunday, November 22 Theatre, Saturdays at 2 p. m. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $LOO
CHURCH of CHRIST Thursday, November 19 Per additional line ((4 words per line). .11I.. '. 35
Buffet 6-9 -
P.M. - -
5223: WESCONNETT BLVD Prime Ribs of Beef Malnstde Unsinkable Molly

NEAR. NAS Brown Debbie Reynolds, JEAN'S DANCE ACADEMY ORANGE PARK Split level, 3
JUST OFF TIMUQUANA'RD. November 23
Monday
Harve Presnell Venetia Wesconnett Bellair bdr, 2 1/2 bath, cent A/C, den
SUNDAYS::. Happy Hour 3:30-6 P.M. NATTC Kisses For My Presi- EV 4-3055 or SP 1-5464. patio. Owner, 264-6186.
Dinner 6-9 P.M. dent Fred MacMurray, Polly
10:00: A.M.'BIBLE WORSHIP
Bergen
11:00: A. M. WORSHIP Tuesday, November 24 In the Rain
7:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICEWEDNESDA HospitalSoldier FOR SALE Lot 90' X 1201; BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY For
Foreign Dish Night 6-9 P.M. Jackie Gleason,Steve McQieen with trailer,cabana,utility room, sale. Franchise with national
YS: (Mexican) Friday, November 20 carport, 3 BRs. 7715470. company. Now held by Naval
7:10:: P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE Mainside Evil of Frankenstein- personnel Moderate Investment.
CIIURCII PHONE SP 1-5075: Wednesday, November 25 Peter Cushing, Katy Wild Will finance. Ideal for retiredor
MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646 Family Night 6-9 P.M. NATTC Unsinkable Molly APTS FURNISHED AND UNFURNISHED active duty, partners or husband -
Fried Chicken Brown Debbie Reynolds, $60 to $75 mo.Natural wife team. Selling below
Harve Presnell gas heated. 771-9007. cost.
Hospital Kisses For My Presi-
dent Fred MacMurray, Polly
j BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND
Burgen PUBLIC NOTICE FREIGIITSAL- DACHSHUND PUPPIES for
THE BEACHES Saturday, November 21 VAGE 2 Singer Slant-Needle sale; AKC 6 wks. old. 6454

Mainside The Visit Ingrid sewing machines almost like new. SoIandra Dr. 771-2423.
A, Bergman, Anthony Quinn Perfect condition, pay $60. cashor
H.rn CHIEFHarold NATTC Evil of Frankenstein pay $8 per month. Callware-
; Peter Cushing, Katy Wild house night or day 353-1946'- RELIABLE WOMEN make extra -
v 4 Hospital Unsinkable Molly will deliver, no obligations A-1 money baby sitting. Must
FRITZ Brown Debbie Reynolds, Sewing Machine Co. have own transportation. 781- '
1 I -) PARMANRef. Harve Presnell 2673 or 7812205.WANTED )

Kiddee Matinee -Jack the Giant .
CPO Killer FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto
owner Sunday, November 22 NAS $50. down $50 month. RETIRING CPO as
Three Call Art Powell USN RET. 264- dealer/manager for SUNOCO
Mainside Sargeants
Martin 6144 with Powell Realty. Service Station In Jax. No experience -
Frank Sinatra, Dean
necessary. 7 weeks
m -TheVisit-IngrldBerg-
TIRE paid training offered locally.
Pannan Mayport man, Anthony Quinn
Fritz Pftrman, jr. Roosevelt Hospital Evil of Frankenstein- HOME FOR SALE air cond, Minimum salary $100. weekly
Lou Webber Normandy Peter Cushing, Katy Wild 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, carpeted, guaranteed. Various financing
peneled, $1500 equity MAKE"OFFER plans available For Information -
Monday, November callWKDAYS 3898918. call 771-9273.

COIN*? OR CHRISTMAS Mainside Fall of the Roman l
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Ml YOUR MOM !OR CHRISTMASNODOWNWWENt NATTC Stephen Empire-Boyd-Sargeants Sophia Three Loren ) # A

Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin '
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Anthony Quinn
Bergman

NO PAYMENTS UNTIL JAN. 1stWE Tuesday, November 24 '
tFJ 1 1v
FINANCE ANYONE IN THE USN Mainside VIP's Elizabeth
Taylor, Richard Burton i
NATTC Fall of the RomanEm- t
VWTH PURCHASE OF TIRES' pire Sophia Loren, Stephen .

FREEWHEEL FREE FREE Boyd 'x/ ,
Hospital Sargeants Three :a, r?., '-
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BALANCE ADJUstMENTENGINE Wednesday, November 25 M

Mainside Ride the Wild Surf j."jj4

BLACK RECAPS 670x15 BLKTT 750 x 14WW Fabian, Tab Hunter
J U TBLS NATTC VIP'S Elizabeth Taylor -
Richard Burton READY FOR DUTY The first of the fanjet cargo-troop carriers
$$10 Hospital Fall of the Roman (C-141) report for duty at Tinker AFB, Okla. This particular plane
Empire Sophia Loren i U tflor operational duty with the Military Air Transport Serviced

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I I Thirty Sailors, Marines 85 Sailors seA Holds McSvain Of


Graduated From NA TIC Advanced T3D Sports NATTC Rises

aircraft, because Naval Aviators To WO RankCharles
Thirty jubilant Sailors and Ma. attheNavalAir
will be placing their lives In your Eighty five Sailors Car Rally
rines graduated from NATTC's Aviation -
Technical Training Center
hands. B. McSwain, U.S.C.G.,
Electrician's Mate Class"! Kach: of the three classes had an were advanced to Airman November The Sports Car Club of Jacksonville son of Mrs. Frances D. McSwainof
School Tuesday, October 27. The honor graduate. They were: Harry 16 as a result of completingt is sponsoring the"Peter Gregg Shannon, Georgia, was appointed
graduates, composed of three II Smith AK2 of class 409, from Airman FamiliarizationCourse. Rally" Sunday, Nov. 22. Registration to the rank of Warrant Officer .
classes completed training in the will start at 1 at the Auto Machinist
Etna California. He had a class p.m. during ceremoniesat
more advanced phases of their rate. average of 78.49. After leaving The AIRFAM course consistsof World on Roosevelt Blvd. NATTC November 1.

Captain Charles G. Strum, Com NATTC Smith will report to VA. the first two weeks of AE-A The rally is named after Lt.(j.g.) McSwain, an ex.Navyman, enlisted
manding Officer of NATTC, was 122 at ![emote California. and AO-A school Students of Peter Gregg, who will be driving a in the U.S. Coast Guard October -
the feature speaker at the graduation -
Arthur I D. Haynes, AK2, from both schools attend this phase of 904 Porshe. 18, 1957 as an Aviation
exercise. He congratulated the Spartanburg, South (Carolina was training together. The train- This will be a TSD (Tlme-Speed- Electrician's Mate First Class. lie
Sailors and Marines on the achievements -
the honor graduate of class 413.' Ing consists of basic airman sub Distance) rally with the first car out reenlisted October 18, 1961, and
they had made in completing He'had a class average of 78.75. jects, such as aircraft handling, at 2 p.m. The rally will last about was advanced in rate to Chief A-
the school.
Captain Strum also said, "you Sergeant Tennyson VMckham, survival gear and aircraft 2-3 hours, ending at the Gate Post viatlon Electrician's Mate (provisional -

will have a heavy burden and responsibility with an average of 84.55, was the nomenclature. In addition, Military Restaurant at Gateway Shopping ) September 1, 1964.
honor graduate of class 411. He Requirements are covered Ina Center. McSwain reported to Naval Air
to bear when you go' Is from Granite City, Illinois and series of "home study"lessons. The entry fee will be $3 for all Technical Training Center August
out into the fleet or become assigned -
will be transferred to MAHTI contestants. Seat belts are requiredfor 12, 1964 from U. S. Coast Guard
to squadrons and .work.. on NAS Norfolk Virginia. The students. who complete the the rally. All roads used in the Air Station, Biloxi!, Mississippi for
rally will be asphalt top roads. assignment to duty under Instruc-
AIRFAM course successfullymay
All sports car enthusiast are cor- tion in Aviation Electrician's Mate
JJ@U[} be advanced to Airman auto- dially invited to participate in the Class"School
matically upon completion of six
rally. For further information,con- He is married to the former Betty
months as an Airman Apprentice- tact the Burmos Porsche Car Corp.
L. Perdue, of Miami Florida.
) EIHL'Chevrolet provided their they Commanding are recommendedby Officer. Pearl Buck

The Sailors advanced to Air- (Continued from Page 1)) LAFRA126

man are: L.L Ackerman, R.A. ren of mixed Asian American
Adams, D.P. Akers, L.R. Albert, descent whose fathers were Unit 126, Ladles Auxiliary
H.S. Alvarez, S.R. Austin H.A. Fleet Reserve Association held
among troops stationed In Korea, ,
Bean, P. Beavlleu, C.W. Beck- Japan, Viet Nam, and other Far its regular business meeting
man, W.T. Bennett, R. Blank- Eastern areas. Discussing the Thursday, November 12. Mrs.
CHEVROLET in Jacksonville enship, L.W. Bruton, R.W. Bur- problems that arise from these Wilma Walsh was Initiated and

cham, J.R. Butler, R.L. Cato, children of mixed blood born into welcomed into the Unit, while
DOWNTOWN- R.G. Claflln, R.L. Davis, G.A. a completely familycenteredculture prospective i members
Davison, W.J. Davison, T.B she has found Irene Hammel and Esther Segar
924 = that both
LAURA S f.
ORANGE
at Dixon, W.H. Dunn, Jr., D.J. mother and child are cast off in were guests for the evening.
HHHHHMMMHHHHHHHHHHHHWrap Emard, R.J. Esser T. Ever- disgust by the family. Thesuthorsaid Welfare Chairman, Evelyn

ingham J.E. Gavette, R. Haber- that her purpose Is not Ransom, reported the progresson
stroh, J.E. Hannah R.W. Harris, to build orphanges because she collection of toys and cloth-
D. J. Harvey R.L. Hicks M.D. f els that adoption is not the Ing for an orphanage In South
up your Hirsch W.N. Holton, S.W. Ho- answer when the child Is not even Carolina, and the preparation of
ward, J.G. Howell, O.S. Humble, accepted Into Its own society. Seasonal Welfare baskets for
M.Z. IngC.P.JoynerR.LKarp, needy families.It .
Through the foundation she hopes
D.C. Keel. M.S. Kelley C. A. in was announced that the
integrate the children Into the
holiday shopping King G. Karnegay, M.R. Landin, society of their birth and second'annual turkey shoot of
J.L Latham, D. ,Lawrence, M.S. educate them to benefit their the year will be held at 7673

Lawson, D.A. L ehy J.L. Mad- country. She further stated .. Blanding Blvd. just north.of
dox J. McCormick E. Mc- Collins Road 21 No-
Saturday
"It is my hope that because he
Fadden, W.I Morgan, W.P.Mul- vember 1964, 9 A.M. to sun-
is
partly American, he will bea
lenmaste, E.M. Manger J.F. better citizen". down. The public Is Invited to
Peetz, J.E. Premeau, R.F. Pri- this function and you may bring
Miss Buck was In the Jack-
vett, .J.P. Rauch,. D.H. Ruska, your own 12 guage shotgun or
sonville area to attend one of
-ii : J.W. Sanders, R. Schriner R. the 300 fund-raising balls being use one of those available. For
Schwartz,E.A. Shlrmer F.Shoe- every round of 12 shooters thereIs
sponsored throughout the
maker, J.H Simpson', E. Skill- behalf of the foundation.countryon After a twelve lb. turkey given away.

man, R.A. Smith, J.E. Snow, Jr., her stop here the author con- The family Is welcome.
W.L. Snyder, E. Sorbellini, D.
tinued on to the next dance designed 5916 Philips HOFFICE
Spurlock, W. Stations, J.O. *
: : to raise funds for this THE
Stoneclpher, C. Stooksbury. worthy cause.


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IA Wave Things You Never



Hello, little Wave. You're a cute Knew About TurkeysYou

little flirt.
Your a joy to a sailor, why not? may have talked turkey, eaten turkey, danced the Turkey Trot,
You're a skirt! drunk Wild Turkey, sung "Turkey In the Straw" perhaps you've
With your radiant smile Gobs will even hunted this "typically American" bird but did you know that

meet you half way; the original domesticated turkey was not a native of America. and

Some may go even further so probably wasn't named by Americans? It's a fact!

the newspapers say. me turki-v wo eat today
Some Gobs in the service cour originally had been: raised by the was a popular ragtime dance of =Zffl4E _j_ -wri

ageous and brave Aztec Indians of Mexico. the 'Twenties. And then there's

Would never let wife or sister risk Emperor Montezuma (of"The the song "Turkey in the Straw,"
the life of a WAVE arines Hymn" fame) had so I
based on an old minstrel melody,
But me, I'm a Gob with Sis, dauthter many that he fed them to other which one authority calls the
and wife Uilmals In his zoo. I
"liveliest and most popular of
I know what the score is and I'd What, then, did the Philgrims American fiddle tunes."
wager my life enjoy at the first Thanksgiving
Can you remember a famous
That a woman's a woman; more dinner? Native American wild
movie In which
turkeys played an
maternal and gay turkeys, them
brought to by the Important role? In Sergeant
And thinks ahead until tomorrow; Indians as gifts.
York, Gary Cooper (portrayingthe
she's created that way. The Indians of North
Americatold
A WAVE'S no moral superior who many tales about the wild World War 1 hero) learnedto L The wattles of the bird the bird as "tukkl", a Hebrew l I
become a skilled marksman by resemble the
her Turkish fez.
looks down
nose; The word
turkey. Tewa Indians tell meaning peacock.
She's aware of the facts but her participating in turkey shoots 2. The bird makes a' soft Which
a story probably a Pueblo ver- explanation is right?
back home in Tennessee. Later "turk turk" sound.
character ,
grows. sion of Cinderella about a Henry E. Davis, famed wild turkey -
poor
She'll take a Gob's language and he astonished Army personnelwith 3. The Indians called the bird
girl who Is befriended by tur his hunter and author of The ,
In stride deadly accuracy. "furkee.
manners ; keys. Like fairy godmothers,the American Wild Turkey, upholds t
f
May pretend to be salty and get 4. Information uncovered by
under Ma's hide.She'll turkeys dress her up give her a Wild Turkey researches revealed the last explanation "In my ,
beautiful hair-do and send her opinion," he "this is the
I
take the restrictions, share Where does the word"turkey" that when the turkey was intro- says
to a dance where she findsa most plausible view."
the problems of Gobs; come from? Explanations abound duced Europe,the poultry merchants -
suitor. But alas
the
Yet, when this is over and civilian's maidenand : who sold it referred to- 4 4I
the life her Prince Charming do not

That fire-tested WAVE will make a live "happily ever after," for ,

The good brothers wife. and sweethearts and the turkeys girl, and flees her westward mother with accuses the DID I I YOU( EVER EARN I $300'i I I AN HOI( !

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helped out so much. m MI.N, f ROM JAX NAS
I'm a husband and father, not Our national bird is the bald
"heroic' nor"brave". eagle, but if Benjamin Franklinhad 25 IVUN. FROM CEDAR HLl.| $

But I'm proud of my daughter.MY had his way, we might seea
1
DAUGHTER'S WAVE turkey rather than an eagleon _
the reverse side of the new
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BY A NAVY DAD Kennedy half-dollarcoin. Frank- '

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BiU-E:1: PROOF ,, of our country; he Is a bird

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among men who live by sharpingand } II w

f \ robbing, he Is generallypoor.

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"The (wild) turkey Is a much by D
more respectable bird, and withala I
ture original native of I

America. PHONI JAX 264-6555 GREEN COVE SPRINGS

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Jax Judo '" 1ifj'6 i :;':'"' :: : :; : i!:; NATTC SportsLast
Navy ; .rW L l: :: : : ;: : i
SI :; ..n' ..- ,.., -,. .. '''' ''' ..I'Dft'R"rI : ..
:: : : week's results saw MAD
Juniors Win J UDD I.Payton \ ##II, walk over Mad #4-24 to 0.
..A, .., T:' \:1{....Y. :1'{:{\ti.: ti 'tti. 3. 'ski n :' S 1) :T This win enables MAD Illtocinch
the NATTC Intramural Football
Honors At MeetThe championship and the right to play
for the championship againstthe
City Junior Judo tournament And Wilkins Take first place team of NAS ina

held Sunday, November 15 game scheduled for December

on the Naval Air Station, In the 14th.MAD
Ide 3.had #1 has a six game winning
Mains Gymnasium Bldg. der Benny Davis Laurels In Bowling Action
streak with remain-
one
teams competing from the Jacksonville 3rd George Bar- game
area that included Jax ker, Boys HomeA Ing to be played.
Navy Judo Club,Riverside YMCA special sportsmen-ship Other games saw MAD # 3 defeat -
Judo Club Parental Home for trophy was awarded to George Benny Payton, bowling for theComStore 5"keglers" of the American MAD 1## 5,1 to 0 in an over-
Colored Boys Judo Club and the Johnson of the Benny Davis'Judo League, rolled the high game for the league action this past week time game. AO Navy played
Benny Davis' Judo Club. Club. when he turned in a 265 score and then went on to tabulate a 602 some of the best football of the
The winners In each weight On a basis of five points for series. Intramural season last week,
and Robert Wilkins of the FICEUR blasting MAD #2, 18 to 6 and defeating -
group were: 1st, three points for 2nd, one
Jr. Lt. Wgt: 1st David Mars- point for 3rd. the team stand CPO's turned in a 632 series to NATIONAL LEAGUE MAD #4, 24 to 0 to secure -
den -Jax Navy ings were as follows: help keep his team in the No. 1 AOMD, Rookies 4-0 the second place In the lea-
2nd, Grant in the National gue.
Joey position League NARTUH2, Play Boys 2-2
Jax Navy Jax Navy 21 with a 36-12 record. AF679th, BB Stackers 3-1 FOOTBALL STANDINGSMAD
3rd, James Mace Boys Home 16 The top two teams in each of the FICEURffS 3-1
YMCA Benny Davis 7 three leagues are: American Lea- Daymen Air Frames, Scatter Pins 4-0 1## 1 6-0
Jr. Med. Lt. Wgt: 1st, John Col- YMCA 1 gue Mad Foxes, 36-12Com-; FICEUR CPO's, Darters 3-1 AO NAVY 5-2
lins Boys Home Judo Instruction is free to military StoreS, 33-15; Continental Lea- 4-0 MAD #3 4-2
AFES, Marines
2nd, Kim personnel and their dependents gue Cursors, 36-12; NARTU#1, Army ''l' Protons 3-1 MAD ##4 4-3
Lucky ,
Miller -Jax Navy in Bldg. 726 accordingto 33-19; National League FICEURCPOs MAD # 2 4-3
3rd, Glenn the following schedule: 36-12; and Army AFES, Support Services 2-4
Marsden-Jax NavyJr. Men ((17-up) Mon&Wed Night 32-16. AE NAVY 1-6
Middle Wgt: 1st,Paul Fisher-- 6:30-8:30 The results of last weeks action Pop Warner MAD #5 0-6

Jax Navy Boys ((6-16)) Sat Morning are: GOLF STANDINGSAO
2nd, Barren 9:45-11:45
Marsden-Jax Navy3rd Women ((6-up) Sat Afternoon AMERICAN LEAGUE NAVY 6 1/2
Eddie 12 noon to 1:30: P.M.A Eagles, Thunderheads 4-0 FootballThe Support Services #2 6
Grant Jax NavyJr. Pelicans, Photo Lab .3-1 AE (G) 5 1/2
LtHvyWt: 1st, Warren thing done right today meansno ComStore5, Cannon Cockers 4-0 third annual Pop Warner Support Services #1 41/2
Powell Boys Home trouble tomorrow. Needlers, FICEURtfl# 4-0 Gator Bowl Football Conference Support Services #3 3 1/2
2nd, Gary Tap- Indiana Parent-Teacher Mad Foxes, Pan Handlers 4-0 tournament will be held on Friday, MAD #2 3
ley Benny Davis Bulletin Neptunes Hellions 4-0 November 27, at the Gator Bowl, MAD ##1 2 1/2
3rd, Dale Dunn- * Griffons:: Chiefs 4-0 Jacksonville. There will be three AE' (B) 1/2
Benny DavisJr.HvyWfc Few people travel the road to Riggers' CFJ" A" 2-2 big games with teams representingthe
1st, Raymond Oliver- success without a puncture or champions from each of the
Boys Home two. leagues. Service Wives
2nd Beginning at 5 p.m. the Junior
Mike Pon- Kelly Fordyce
Midgets of the Arlington YMCA
IMVolleyball
I Lions will play Hialeah. BowlingIn
The Midget league will feature the
MONEY IN 1 1 DAY Beaches Vikings at 6:30: p.m.when
they go against the Polk County this weeks"Kegler" play of the
All-Stars. Service Wives I Friday Night BowlIng -
$25 to 600 The first action in the Sta- The Lakewood Dragons from the League Irma Peterson rolled
tion's Intramural Volleyball Junior Bantam League will play the high game when she posted a
YOUR competition got underway this the third and final game of the 211 score and Klanor I'eakson
ON SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE
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Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us 9, and the following results slated to go against a Alberarle, in a 490 high set.
how much you want. Pick up the cash at your occured due to the first North Carolina team. Other action saw Virginia Edge I;
convenience. Same-day service. week of play: Tickets are availableat the Naval comert a 3-7 split and the Typhoons -
C&R. Comm 15-3, 15-7 Air Station's Special Services office came out of the cellar witha
24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN AOMD. FICEUR 15-10-15-2 Bldg. 704, for $1 apiece. winning week.

Supply, Hospital 15-0, 15-9 The team standings are:
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IntramuralFootball Interservice Basketball ConferenceThe Waves



following schedule has been November 28 Bowling -4' ;e Ha

released for the four participatingteams lax Navy at ilynco Navy Ingrid Monahan rolled the high

in the Northern Area of the Cecil Field Navy at Moody AFB. individual game this past week In a. ,
Interservice Sports and Basketball December 4 the Waves Bowling league, as she ,.
vl'-ao.() the American League conference. (!ame time ha been set posted a 165 game.E.E.StClair I
leader In Intramural Football withan for K p.m. Moody AFIl at Cecil Field Navy 'tabulated the high individual set -
8-1 record, managed to squeeze November 27 Cilynco Navy at Jax Navy with a 449 total as the Old Fash- J, : "-

out a one point victory over a determined Jax !Navy at Glynco Navy December 5- ions posted the high team set, 'f'
I Hospital I squad second In Moody AFB at Cecil Field Navy R y
Cecil Field Navy at Moody AFB with a 1899 count, and the high 4
the league at 6-3 with a 13-i2' 'December 11 team game with a 676total
tabulation in play last Friday,November The results of last weeks actionare >lax :Navy at Moody AFB The team standings: to date

13. : (ceil !Field Navy at Ilynco Navy are: .
The National I League leader, KICKUIt, ()&K 24-0 December 12 Old Fashions 14-2 y
Communications at 10-1( had little VP-18, VP-45 18-6 11-5 11' ;'
Jax :Navy at Moody AFB Salty Dogs r.
trouble with MARTI, as they stop Comm MARTI) 18-0 Manhattens 10-6 > '
ped the Marine squad.with a 18-0 VP-30, Hosp 13.12 December 18 & 19 Stingers 8-8 a ,w
score. Air Force 679th, second VP-7, A/C Malnt 12-6 Ilynco Navy at Cecil Field Navy Martinis 5-111 *bti
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place in National Leagueat7-4 NAUrU, VAP-62 12.0 Moody AFB at Jax Navy Daqulris 0-16' ,Mt:-'-, .. [
defeated the Marine Bks. 6-0. AF679th, Marines 6-0) January 8 & 9

Cecil Field Navy at Jax Navy
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Jax : Cecil Field 1 a
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"lInksters" of Admin postedan
January 22 8-3 record to head American
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MAIN STREET CEDAR HILLS SOUTHSIDE SPECIAL FINANCiNG PLAN
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EL 4.9051 (Cedar Hill Si.ovi.gC..t.r) FL' .2081"SAI'4DY"
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