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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 10, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published Ly the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an off r f!icial f I expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 22 NO. 41 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA DECEMBER 10, 1964New



Traffic Point SystemTo uso Pal Day" Successful .{ .



Handle Traffic ViolatorsThe r As 5,000 Servicemen f AttendSt. .


Commanding Officer of NAS Jacksonville, Capt. J. R. Mac- Augustine looked like a major naval installation last Saturdayas
kroth, has established a new procedure for handling traffic viola- thousands of sailors swarmed to the city. The sight of so many <
tions and maintenance of record of violators, called the Traffic sailors in uniform on the streets and in the 'museums probablysent f
Point System. some tourists In search of the ships which had so obviously J I

This'system applies to all just tied up. f
Cline PickedAs However, there were no ships
military and civilian personnel visiting St. Augustine, just the
operating government vehicles on Use's annual Pal Day which
and off the Installation; to military ServicemanFor 2 VP-18 Crews brought the servicemen out in

personnel operating pri- force. Over 5,000 sailors, ma-
vately owned vehicles on and off NovemberThe Return From rines, airmen and even a few .
the station and to dependents, '(
soldiers were on hand for the 1\
civilian employees, and con- Naval Air Station chooses America's oldest
Admiral David L McDonald tours of city.
tractors operating privately as it's Serviceman of the Month South AmericaPatrol. The sights were many and
owned vehicles on the station. for the month of November.ErvlnH. varied. Everyone had the

Points will be assessed againstthe Cline, TDl of the Air Operations Will Visit Squadron, Eighteen opportunity to see everything .
driving record of personnelwho Department. CNO based at the U. S. Naval Air from alligators to pioneer school
have been adjudged responsible During the month of Novem- Station Jacksonville, welcomed houses to Old Spanish relics to
for specific traffic vio- ber Cline demonstrated an extremely home two of its crews which wax statues of famous people.
lations, on-station. When a driver high degree of profes- f JacksonvilleNext participated InOperationUNITAS There was plenty to eat at the
accumulates a specific number of sional performance and espritde V. Operation UNITAS V was a Elk's Club for lunch and againat
points ((12)), his onstatlonoperating corps. His vast knowledge of joint U. S. South American the USO Club for dinner.
privileges will be suspended electronics and endless energy Week Anti-Submarine warfare training White hats could be spotted on
for a stipulated( periodof were continuously evident during exercise. The two SP-2H Nep- the trailer trains touring the city,
time or in some cases revoked the long hours hespentwork- The Chief of Naval Opera tunes of VP-18, under the Com- in horse-drawn buggies and many
permanently.When ing on a special Bomb Scoring tions, Admiral David 1.. Mc- mand of LCdr Delis Negro departed more In cars. Babies and
a driver has received Central located at Camp Blai d- Donald, will visit the Jax Navy Jacksonville on August, cameras were plentiful, as were
12 points, his on-station driving Ing, Fla. Complex early next week. He for three and a half months of sore feet before the day was
privilege will be suspended! for Cline continuously demon- will land at Mayport Sunday, and operational training in South ended.
6 months or longer. These points strates high moral character and on .Tuesday will address a America. Training exerciseswere The USO sponsors this day
will remain against an individual he has the strength of his convic luncheon meeting of the Jacksonville conducted whileenroute every year and for a slngleday's
for a period of 24 months. If tions. His cheerful attitude and Council of the Navy Lea tween various South American activity, It is the largest USO
a person Is caught driving on base pleasing personality do much to gue at a local hotel Also on 'ports. The U-.S. force circumnavigated function in the world. Accord
after his privilege has been suspended maintain high morale of the RBS Tuesday he will visit local Navy the South American ing to Brigadier Emil Miller!
the suspended order will Unit personnel, even under try- Installations. continent, commencing on the head of the USO in this area//
be converted to a permanent re- ing conditions. Adm. McDonald will confer East Coast of South America and this event Is sponsored primarllj ito ......
vocation. Cline's overall conduct and with localcommaOOersdurlnghis transiting the Straits Magellan reach the married men and his
The violations and number of professional performance are inspection tours and will hold to the Pacific. family who normally don't receive -
points for each of them are as usually outstanding. press conferencce: with Jackson The two Neptunes from VP-18 the benefits of the many
follows: Cline demonstrated an extremely vllle's news representatives. joined the USS Norfolk (DL-1)) USO clubs throughout Americaand
Driving under the influence of high degree of unselfish Admiral McDonald has headed and the USS Odax (SS-484)) to the world. Chief Petty
liquor . . .12 devotion to duty as he, worked the U. S. Navy since August 1, comprise the U. S. forces parti- Officers and officers rarely en-
Owner knowingly and willfully long hours dally and weekends 1963, when he assumed CNO cipating In UNITAS V. joy the facilities of USO clubs
permitting another under the to have the Bomb Scoring Central duties after serving in London, During the cruise, the U. S. and this day extends to them the
influence of liquor to operatehis ready for the important England as Commander- units visited eight countries in opportunity to enjoy USO hos-
vehicle . . 12 scheduled Bomber Stream Ex- in-Chief, U. S. Naval Forces, South America Trinidad, and pitality.
Manslaughter, negligent homl- ercise. This exercise was the Europe. He headed the Navy's Panama. UNITAS forces were "The patio at the Elk's Club
(Continued on Page 4)) (Continued on Page 6)) Sixth Fleet prior to serving in under the operational control of has never been as crowded and
London. Commander South Atlantic i busy as it was this year," Bri-
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Admiral McDonald served in Forces, Rear Admiral A. R. gadier Miller continued. "We
Jacksonville during World War Gralle. attend
had well over 5,000 people
11 as Flight Training Officer on Admiral Robert 1.. Dennlson Pal Day, and with more favor-
the Staff of Commander Naval (ret) former Commander-in- able weather, that figure would)
Air Operational Training Com- Chief of the U. S. Atlantic Fleet have doubled."
mand. In 1960-61, he servedas has stated that "The lessons
; One sailor with a pretty young .. _
Commander Carrier DivisionSix ]learned and the training achieved lady accompanying him was heard
aboard the USS Shangri-La, through past UNITAS Operations saying, "We sure had a ball to-
homeported at Mayport. in the Techniques and Tactics of day. I never realized St. -+
'Antisubmarine Warfare have
LtCol Urell
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r-7 I' A L. 5 John Urell, Commanding -
Officer, Marine Aviation Detachment -
NATTC, NAS, Jack-
sonville, Fla., departs today fornew
___ Mt duties with the 3rd Marine ...
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tion, El Toro, California. tJ t
Colonel Urell served as Com-
manding Officer of Marine Avia-
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1963, having.reporteid here from
Marine Corps Schools, Quantico; FREE RIDES for all servicemen and their 'families was one of
Virginia. the services offered by the USO and people of St. Augustine

Barbara Wick STORY ON PAGE 6 (Continued on Page 7))' during Pal Day.



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NEWS DECEMBER 10. 1
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; ea111i1a(1e[ () Mgltts .. '::41 ,i ilJMtn Chaplain's MessageBy

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TB And l D Chaplain James F. Agnew
Rrsp u Itory 'asr8

SUNDAY Immanuel Kant, who was one of the world's greatest thinkers, a

The envelope and'' stamps bearing the red, double-barred cross of philosopher of logic and precision, said that there were two things ::1,
Holy
Service
have already arrived In thousands of homes across the country. These 8:00 a.m. In the world which were beyond his comprehension. One was tithe \
stamps do not carry any kind of mail but any kind of mail will carry Communion of Divine starry heavens above," and the other "the moral law within man." l
them. Instead, they are part of the annual Christmas seal crusade 9:30 a.m. Service This statement came from a man whose mind was so logical, and ,!
against TB and other respiratory diseases. Their cost one penny Worship School for whose actions were so methodical that his neighbors were able to i
apiece. It may not seem like much but every year the number of 9:30 a.m. Sunday 722 set their watches by his daily walks.
pennies contributed, amounts to millions of dollars that help carryon ages 3 through Service 16, Bldg.of Divine Even today, when man Is pioneering among the "starry heavens" (\
the crusade.But 11:00 a.m. there Is still a sense of awe at thenumberof light years Involved
where did the campaign start? It had no actual beginning, nor Worship In the twinkle of a star. The cosmos, this universe, does have order '
can the Idea be given to any one person. Many people In many areas 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship and Is so noted by all scientists. When this physical order Is violated
--- tried to find a way to fight Tuberculosis, then referred to as the WEDNESDAY then chaos follows. The person who defies gravity by stepping on
White Plague. A doctor, Informed that he had the disease, soughtthe Choir Rehearsal thin air, will be-rudely awakened by the sudden stop.
pleasant surroundings of a one room cottage in the north woodsto 4:30 p.m. Junior The principle Is the same on the moral plane. If moral law Is
spend his remaining time. Instead he found life. Convinced that Choir Rehearsal Ignored In cur relationships with others then we are rudely awakenedby
Senior
rest must be helpful In the cure he started a small clinic to aid 7:30 p.m. the consequences. The soul that sins Is In the process of death,
other sufferers of the disease. Communion because sin Is lawlessness. Sin Is "missing the mark" that God
Then there was the post office worker In Denmark who designeda 12:00 p.m. Holy has set for mankind. Kant's puzzlement at this law within man Is
stamp to sell for a penny. He thought that with the strong holiday Also Catholic on all Holy Services Days at St. Ed- well taken for each person knows subjectively the difference between
spirit people would use the stamps on packages and letters thus ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval right and wrong. Why? It Is because "that which may be known of
aiding the sick and needy children. His plan was accepted by the God Is manifest In them so that they are without excuse."
King of Denmark, thus beginning the first Seal Campaign In the Hospital If man breaks the physical law of the universe he suffers for his
world. SUNDAY MASS error. When man Ignores the moral law the damage Is greater
The first Christmas Seals In this country were sold In Wilmington, '6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital for he has done harm to a living soul created In the Image of God.
Deleware, In 1907, by a kindhearted woman who'd been asked to help 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Therefore, man Is responsible for his actions and maturity will
raise $300 to support a TB clinic. Emily Bissell had heard of the Edward's Chapel not be his until he recognizes this truth.
stamps made by the post ,office worker and decided to use stampsto
raise the needed ,funds. Sales went bad for not many people had DAILY MASS
faith In the cause or could they see how a penny for a stamp could
11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel
do much good. l Miss Bissell went to leading newspaper for aid.
Their articles and support of the campaign reaped ten times as MONDAY & TUESDAY
much had started out to raise.
money as Emily -s
4:15 p.m. King HallNATTC
Today, the National Tuberculosis Association has grown to almost
2500 'local organizations that have united to carry on the crusade. FRIDAY

Volunteers, like the people In the story, still do much of the work. 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital =i
And each year, more people spend their pennies for Christmas Sealsto
_
prove that something can be done about TB. SATURDAY _

What do your pennies buy? Perhaps a new life for someone, or 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONS.SATU -, Lr7
hopeof a tUne when TB will no longer be a threat to health. Rightnow
these pennies are providing new methods of treatment, Includingnew RDA Y
medicines and specific drugs that help doctors to care for TB 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before -
patients. They provide Tuberculin tests and chest X-rays necessaryto Masses
find TB early, when It can be cured more quickly and easily. These Catechism Classes:Grade School _
tests are given free In many communities throughout the country.
Christmas Seals 'also work for better community hospitals, health SATURDAY
departments, and to educate adults In learning more about keeping 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities
themselves and their families healthy. They help to reduce the building,722
social, economic, and employment problems of tuberculosis patients
and their families. The associations work with parents and schoolsto
teach children how to live healthfully. This work is carried on
world-wide as members unite under the double-barred cross to fight J HAVE WE RECEIVED your funny caption for this pidure yet?
If not, we'd like to. Send it to: Editor, Jox Air News, Box 2.

TB.The pennies that you give for Christmas Seals can do many things. Traffic
When your stamps, with their cheery red and green colors, the jovial
faces of the tiny moppet and the little girl and the tubby Santa Claus Trained Volunters Needed For
arrive, won't you decide to give, and use Christmas Seals? ViolationsThe
Red Cross Hospital. Work

"Picture Of The Year" Contest following is a report of The Hospital Red Cross professional- nature but contribute -
motor vehicle accidents and traf- advised this week that vacanciesare to the smooth operation of
fic violations for the period No- arising or anticipated Insome the hospital and the morale of
Open To All Navy PhotographersThe vember 29 through December 5. volunteer assignments at the the patients. Volunteers usually
Number of' Accidents hospital, and asked that trained work one-half day each week on
Gray Ladles, Volunteer Nurses a regular schedule. Nurses Aides
time has rolled around events: Feature -- Photo- This Week November 29 through Aides and Staff Aides who are work In the morning. Gray Lady
once again for the "Picture of graphs of human interest sub- December 5 . . 6 not currently active call that assignments are available in the
the Year" Photo contest spon- jects: Pictorial -- Designand Total Accidents this year through office if they have time to morning and In the afternoon,depending
sored by the National Press mood pictures, landscapesand December 5 . 225 volunteer. on the needs of the
Photographers Association, the seascapes: Portraits and Number of Accidents through December Hospital volunteers assist the particular department served.
University of Missouri School of personality studies: Picture 1963 . 274 Red Cross, the Hospital Library, Staff Aides are needed in the
Journalism and the World Book Story, and Sports.No Total number of days since last the blood bank, the clinics and afternoons in the Red Cross recreation -
Encyc pedia. more than 20 prints may Injury ,In motor vehicle wards. Their duties are non-
All Navy photographers and information be submitted by a contestant, accident . . 22 office.'I
personnel are encouraged except that entire picture story --
to enter this competition. counts as only one print. Black Number of' ViolationsThis \

The Department ofDefensehas and white glossy prints or mattes Week . . 74 JAX ?
invited wide participationfrom are acceptable, but not toned Speeding . . . 12 AIR NEWS, ;- :,
all services in this year's prints.To Reckless Driving . 3
competition with the goal of be eligible, photographsmust Going Through Stop Sigh 3
focusing attention on the art of have been taken and initially Other Violations . 56
photo journalism.All published by news media or military Twenty-four drivers appeared the JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
photographs will be on newspapers between Jan 1, before the Traffic Hearing Boardat distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
16x20'mounts, any size, mounted 1964, and Dec. 15, 1964. Photo- the meeting held on December Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company aprivate
vertically or horizontally. The graphs submitted can be made on 7. Disposition of the cases included NEWS rInn. All Cop submitted for use in the JAX AIR
caption will be on the back of official assignments or on own the following; nine lost 'Box must be forwarded to the Service Information1 Office,
the mount only. Below the cap- intiative. All prints must cover driving and parking privileges 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before.
tion add the category, title of military subjects.The aboard station for various per- Telephone ublication. News items are welcomed from all sources.8"6' -
picture, name'and rank of photo- top award of this competition iods; seven were given suspended Ad & EV.97711 Ext. X162. ..
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grapher, organization, current carries the title "Military penalties; seven were given concerning ? solicited 1 by the publisher and querie
military address, as well as Photographer of the Year." To warnings; two were dismissed; Company such should be directed to the Holt Publish
hometown address. There are win the top award, entries must four were ,*fined (U. S. Com- Telephone, 4724 CJYde Drive Jacksonville]] 8, Florida--
six categories of pictures. They be made by contestant in all of missioner); '|and five were referred 359-4040 or 3590271lit..r .
are: News -- photographs of the six categories. Trophies and to commanding officers VOL. 22 NO. 41 1964
10.
scheduled or unscheduled news (Continued on Page 5)) for possible ,disciplinary action. DECEMBER



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Sports Car Rallies// Fun Point%SystemContinued


( From Page 1))

For Young And OW cide, or assault by an automobile

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You have no doubt read or a asked times sou a Sports aoo what Car Intentionally leaving the scene of
what rally accident
an
RaUy. And a lot of people have just involving death or
happens. personal Injury without rendering

.uanv. np.onle. have the funny ., ,.'w ___......._:. aid or Information.12
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exclusively for sports car. Well qVICEMk- } . . . .12
you could never be more wrong. k I" Operating a vehicle after suspension -

OFF-A Corvette Sting Ray leaves the starting line at the The Sports Car Rally Is far I or revocation of toperator's
and it doesn't permit or installation
Auto World Garage, Sunday, Nov. 22, in the sports car rally from being a race ;
driving .
have be privilege ,12
asportscar.
sponsored by Lt. (j.g.) Peter Gregg. (Official Navy Photo by J. C. necessarially. Any car may enter to a rally 1 Reckless driving. ((2 convictions

Davis, JOSN) Oldsmobile.This i In any 12 month period
M. M. from Porsche to ) I IF results
reporter w as lucky enoughto r;. :'i t tM in automatic suspension
NATTC Class 433 Wins HonorsIt be assigned to cover the Sports for 6 months) ? . 5

was revealed recently that class 309 which graduated in Car Rally, sponsored by Burmos Intentionally leaving the scene of
the scholastlcly minded studentsof July 1963. Porsche Sunday Nov. 22. There an accident Involving damageto
class 433 at NATTC's Avia- Class 433 won the "title" for was a large turn out of varietyof property of another, with-
tion Electrician's Mate Class the week of Oct. 12-18, with 947 cars among them were Mus- out making Identity known. 6
"A" School won the Honor Class points; Oct. 19-25, with 954 tangs, Sting Rays, Porsches, Speeding:
title for the week of Nov. 16- points; Oct. 26 through Nov. 1, Corvalrs, Saab, TRs, MGs and BILL PHILLIPS stands by while Up to 10 mph over posted speed
22, for the sixth time with atotalof with 829 points; Nov. 2-8 with the Oldsmobile.] his number is placed on his Cor- limit . . .2
800 points. The record,seven 822 points; and: Nov. 9-15, with Not only was I green on the vair by a rally official in the 11-20 mph over speed limIt -
honor titles, was held. by AE"A" 842 points. rally but it was also my driver's sports car rally held recently. . . .4
Bill Phillips, first rally. So we Grossly excessive speed of
(Navy Photo by J. C. Davis)
played it mostly by ear and trial 20 mph over posted speed

cl@O] rru and error. limit . .* . .6
The rally lasted about two miles. Failure to obey traffic signs or
hours and covered somethingclose Rallying is fast becoming a top signals or instructions of

DEIHLCkcvrolct: to 111 miles, which afterit sport In the nation, mainly because traffic officer . .3
was over I could of swore it anyone may participatefrom Failure to report being InvolvedIn
was all of north Florida. But 16 to 60 and any car may be an accident, when requiredby

the feast of chicken, shrimp, and entered even a truck. law . . .2
turkey at the finish soon made it And If you've never rallied and Knowingly operating an unsafe

all worth it. that's all that's holding you back vehicle . . . 3
There are usually two peopleIn forget it. My driver and I were Other moving violations 2
-CHEVROLET a car, a driver and the navi- running our first one and Failure to comply with installation -
in Jacksonville gator. It is the job of the navi- we placed 14th In a field of 27 registration require-

DOWNTOWN- gabor to read the instructionsto cars, and the first 11 received ments . . . 1
the driver on which route to prizes. So you see we missed
924 LAURA ST. at ORANGE take and how his time Is. out by 3 places and on our first
When they see they are aheadof time yet. But we intend to do
themselves on time, they wait better next time so we'll be look- SPREAD ...
to make it up at various Check- ing for you and your car at thenext

points on the route, which are rally, be it, Corvair, IDE 78GOOD
JACKSONVILLE TRAILER MART'SMobUeHOtU used to score your time and Porsche or Falcon.


VP-18 distributed dolls, airplane mod-
els, coloring books and balloonsto TIDINGS OF
(Continued From Page 1)) the hospital patients.

added appreciably to the capa- participated Patrol Squadron In UNITAS Eighteen I 111 in CHRISTMAS SEALS ..
bilities of air defenses.In .
military 1962. This UNIT AS operation was
addition, these exercises have "Better health, longer
called back
to the U. S. in late
been highly instrumental in October In order to assist In the life, more happiness!l"
further strengthening our bondsof Cuban Blockade.

friendship understanding." Thirty-three hand picked i .
Between .operational members ;
of VP-18comprised the
exercises, VP-18's UNITAS V two ill
crews In the UNITAS V de-
Air Detachment visited the children's -
tachment. On Oct. 13,LCd r.Ne-
hospital in Lima, Peru and
gron was recalled to the United CJ.tisIm g G tulinQs
distribute' toys and presents. It
States as a result of Illness in
was Christmas in October for
his immediate family. The duties FIGHT TB AND OTHER
about 100 bed ridden hospitalized of
I: children as 'the men of-VP-18 assumed Officer-in-Charge were RESPIRATORY DISEASES
by LCdr. G. J. Evans.
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- TRAILER MART C 1 Register complete for with Shetland ttddle Pony and I :::;;: C4m include interest SALES e TELEVISION RADIO& SERVICE/? ON

brldlcl. ...To be given away 1DiALyiancc t HI."
5887 ROOSEVELT BLVD. biclutely FREE. Dec. 20th! 241 West Forsyth St. 1r' C AUTOMOBILE RADIO

5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 356-0735 C ORGAN

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Y.7DECEMBER Y
10, 1964
JAX AIR NEWS PA'GE 5


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4 : ):L !m! ASPCA Booklet
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t Gives TravelingAid Civil Service Exam


Listed below are announcements of examinations open for job
About Pets opportunities at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Floridaand
other Naval activities in the Jacksonville, Florida area.

Pleasure-seeking tourists and Engineer, GS-5 through GS-12 ((6 options), Consolidated Board 1
globe-trotting servicemen now ((64)), $5990. to $10,250. **

may avoid the confusion and frustration Photo Transferer (Metal!), AT-3.11(62)( ), 2.84

stemming ,from the pro- Instrument Mechanic (General!), AT-3-1(63)( ), 2.91* ,
.
blem of shipping the family pet. Instrument Mechanic (Electrical!), AT-3-9 ((63)), $2.91

A new pamphlet, "Traveling Aircraft Instrument Mechanic, AT-3-17 ((63)), 2.04
BOOT ENSIGN-There's a new boot Ensign at FICEUR,he's Jerry Abroad with Your Pet," des- Aircraft Instrument Mechanic Electronic, AT-3-17 ((63)), 2.91*
L. Fuller, formerly an YNCA. He was commissioned an Ensign on cribed as the first Inclusive Electroplater, AT-3-18 ((63)), $2.7S-
Dec. 1 under the Limited Duty Officer program. Helping with the source of Information on travel Heat Treater, AT-3-19 ((63)), $2.73

shoulder: boards are Capt. H. F. McCue, CO of' FICEUR and his regulations for dogs and cats, Aircraft Engine Mechanic, AT-3-21(63)( ), 2.84 ...

wife Annelore. was made available to the public Aircraft Painter, AT-3-24 ((63)), 2.84 'V fc

today by The American Society Electric Accounting Machine Operator, GS-3, AT-3-7 ((64)), 4065.*
Gen. De Gaulle for the Prevention! of Cruelty to Welder (Aircraft) A, AT-3-8 ((64), 2.84
Animals. The booklet can save Electronics Mechanic (Maintenance), AT-3-9 ((64)), 2.91
the tourist, serviceman and his Alphabetic Card Punch Operator GS-3, AT-3-11 ((64)), $4005.**

Praises dependents valuable time, spare Sewage Disposal Plant Operator, AT-3-13 ((64)), 2.61
CongoBennett's serious trouble, and eliminate Supvy Digital Computer Programmer,GS-11. AT-3-14(64)( ), 8650.*
needless anxiety. Digital Computer Programmer, GS-9, 7220.
"More and more owners -servicemen Water Plant Operator, AT-3-15 ((64)), 2.51
BookFrance's especially are taking Aircraft Ground Equipment Mechanic, AT-3-16 ((64)), 2.73
A pets along when traveling over- Gas Cylinder Service Worker (A/C), AT-3-17 ((64)), 2.28*
President Charles de seas," says George F. Bauer, Sales Store Checker'GS-3, AT-3-18 ((64)), $4OQ5.-- .', ;

Gaulle has praised U. S. Rep. resident manager of the ASPCA Student Trainee, GS-2 3 & 4, Consolidated Board, 3 .((64)), $3680., to
Charles E. Bennett's book, Lau- Animalport. Bauer's' zoo for $4480.** ,(-r. ,
donniere and Fort Caroline, transients cares for animals Full details regarding the duties, requirements, etc., of examina-
which tells the story of the beginning entering or leaving the U. S. by tions listed hereon and appropriate application'forms, may obtained
of the permanent settle- air with a stopover, at Kennedy from a Civil Service Representative. J*

ment of the United States 400 Airport. Last year the Animal- Per Hour .'
handled "Per Annum ...
years ago.General. port some 61,000 animalsof '
over 127 species' not all of -41'
de Gaulle wrote Ben- ,,'
Photo Contest
nett, a 16-year veteran of the U.S. them tourists pets including ,
House of Representatives, that Cdr. Johji' D. Collins everything from skunks, polar 1M "
he was grateful that the book on bears and elephants to snakes (Continued From Page 2))

Rene Laudonnlere the founder of and, storks.
Change Of COs plaques will be awarded winners
Fort Caroline, now a national According toAnimalportmanager -
In the various categories.All .
memorial located at Jacksonville Bauer plane and ocean lin-
er accommodations for dogs and prize winning prints will
Florida had been
,
be exhibited during 1965. Judgingof
written Scheduled For cats are better than ever,
the will take
pictures placeat
prompting tourists and servicemen -
"Your book on Laudonniere the of'Mlssoo.rISchool
University
sheds an Interesting light on a stationed overseas to take of
Journalism. All entries
page of ,the ,history of French Patron 45 their pets with them. Owners must be,postmarked no later than
who avoid and
want to
worry
Settlements in America which is
Dec 31 1964.
little known", General de Gaulle Commander John D. Collins, wish arrive to see their their airborne pets No ,entry forms will be
at destination
healthyand
wrote Bennett, of Jacksonville. Commanding Officer of Patrol required. Your complete name, .
spunky should familiarize
"I am grateful to you that you Five address and
Squadron Forty returns to themselves present military ,
with the
thoroughly
wrote this book and that you did NAS Jax today from the Naval permanent home address should
tips on shipping well ahead of
homage to me in it with words Station Argentia, Newfoundlandto Ensign J. T. Swonn be shown on the backs of all
departure. The A i 1-
n m a
which moved me very much." begin making plans for Change entires and mailed to; Professor
staffs recommendations Include
Published by the University of of Command ceremonies to be port Former Chief Clifton C. Edom; Journalism S ..

Florida Press, Gainesville, Lau- held here next Thursday. : Annex, Room 27-A; School of

donnlere and Fort Caroline had Cdr. Collins Is being trans- Plan the trip with a mini- Gets New Bars J ournalism; University of
had wide acceptance, not only In ferred to USEURCOM, Paris, mum of stops and transfers. Missouri; Columbia, Missouri. 1
historical and literary circles but France following the ceremoniesIn Select a sturdy crate which '.
among students and average citizens which he relinquishes com- has a leakproof bottom and is In LDO Program fleer, Commander J.P. Cullen. I
Interested In the 16th cen- mand of PatRon 45 to Cdr. B. M. large enough for the pet to stand, He has been assigned to the

tury power struggle between Hughes, the present X.O. lie down or turn around. The privileges of the Limited squadron for three years and
France, England and Spain,which Under Cdr. Collins' command Mark the crate with the Duty Office program paid off this was his first try at the LDO

led to the founding of Fort Caro- VP-45 has won the CNO Safety owner's name and address and Dec. 2, for J. T. Swann, former program. He will remain with
line on the banks of the St. Johns Award and the Battle "E" while the pet's name anddestination. Aviation Electronics Technician VAP-62 and await orders to a new

River. flying over 9000 hours at an Feed the pet i light meal l Chief, when he received his gold station as a new duty officer.
Laudonnlere and Fort Caro- average of 129 flights per month. six hours before shipping. Ensign bars in ceremonies held Ens. Swann Is married and he

line Is the first definitive workon ....., _.. .. ,.u __. l ,In V Ap':62's: hanger.The and his wife Robbye reside with I
--r -
the French settlement In the aT their five children at 5143
'.i' 'a __ bars were presented to
New World. It was published in : Swann by his Commanding Of- Banshee Ave., here injacksonville. J
1964, the 400th anniversary of t .

the founding of the (fort. i .'' .I r.;.:.,...,. ,,',': ')&.. ..,.........L ... __ _
Bennett, a senior member of '1' :;",' i-ii1 Uj
the powerful House Armed Ser-

vices Committee, has written '

many articles In news magazines, j
popular publications and literaryand
scholarly journals. This Is ,

his first book, and he is writinga i
second dealing with another + ?
phase of the early colonizationand
beginnings of the United

States. f
Hs is the author of the Codeof % M

Ethics for Government .y ar

Service, the loyalty oath for federal 4- L /r r.
employees and\ the National NA v
.
Motto, "In God We'Trust."
+
# ,
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When Junior brought home his !J.t ak '
L
: :
report card, his father signed It .) ). .
with an "X", saying, "I don RECRUITING DOGS-The Air Force it presently "recruiting" 500
teacher to think that ENSIGN J. F. KANTZ receives congratulations and an LDO dogs from "civilian life"
want your appointment for gentry duty at I/.S. armed force bases In
anyone who can read and write 'from LCdr H. E. Baker, OinC of the Fleet Airborne Elec. the states and overseas During a demonstration on Pentagon grounds,

could have a son with marks tronics Training Unit with Mrs. Kantz looking on. Ensign Kantz is gentry dog Duffy, with handler, Airman First Class Carl T. Young
like that I"J a former AO1 1 who will attend Aviation Officer Indoctrination Schoolat (left) and Llndy, with handler, Airman Second Class William T. MIlughes

I Nat'l Retired TeachersI Pensacola. lunge for an ,"Intruder." .t
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Barbara Wick iRA #126The Bluejackets Inn Acey Ducey Club


Gives AdviceOn Branch and Unit will Thursday, December 10 Thursday, December 10

CosmeticsWomen sponsor on the afternoon a family Christmas and evening party of The Supries with Paul Day 8:30-: Happy Hour 4:40-6:30 P.M.

11:30 P.M.Friday .
seeking advice on Sunday, December 20. Since this Friday December 11

make-up techniques and men In function is primarily for the December 11 Dick Stroek and Bar Room
search of the children, it Is planned In two segments Boys
cosmetic gift for little The Rhythm Kings plus "One" 8:30-12:30 A.M.
first, a private
that special someone have been : 9-1 A.M.Saturday.
receiving individual attention at party for the children In the after Saturday, December 12

the Malnside Navy Exchange. noon; second, a covered dish December 12 Snowball
for the entire family in the Party with Mark Castle
Barbara supper
Wick Max Factor
Carl Boyd 9-1 A.M. 8:30-12:30 A.M.
Representative, who has been evening.
visiting at NAS Jax for the past Parents are requested to bring Sunday, December 13 Sunday, December 13
two weeks is a make-up artist ERVIN CUNE TDI, receives the children to the FRA Hall 7673
Serviceman of the Month The Rhythm Kings plus "One" Country Drifters8:30-11:30P.M.
for the Armed Forces Division award Blandlng Blvd., at 3 p.m. and
from Capt. J. R. Mockroth. ]leave them with the committeefor 8:30-11:30 P.M.
"(If Max Factor. Besides demonstrating Monday, December 14
the of an afternoon of fun.: A pro-
proper use cor- Monday, December 14
Serviceman Of the Month Happy Hour 4:30-6:30
rective creams and the latest gram of movies, games, enter- i : P.M.
techniques In make-up she has (Continued from Page 1)) talirfhent, along with Santa's visit Pizza 2 foe 1 Night Tuesday, December 15

also lectured, lCral anen's first operational use of the equipment will-be carefully presented and Tuesday, December 15
clubs aboard t *-'statlon. mI.ltwas: completed In an supervised for the benefit of the Game Night 7:30 P.M.
Hour 5-7 P.M.
Barbara has been with Max outstanding manner. children. Happy Wednesday, December
16
Factor for two years and has A tour of ancient St. Augus- The children's party should be Wednesday, December 16
Just returned from an extensive tine is given to the serviceman over by 5 p.m.,therefore, would Movies sports 8 P.M.
tar of the Far East. Besides of the month and his family. The be appropriate for the parents to Game Night 8 P.Me

the special training she receivedfor USO and St. Augustine Chamberof return along with their appetizing FRA #
her present Job she has also Commerce host this visit. He cooking for the second half of the CPO WivesCPO 91

had experience wit heatrical will also receive a $50 check program, the covered dish social.
and photography make-up.,; from Special Services. This will follow the lines of pre- Wives Club met Monday Thursday, December 10
: vious covered dish suppers with night at the NAS CPO Club.

meat, rolls, and coffee being pro There was a short business Pizza Night
vided. Baked ham will be the meeting followed by an eveningof I
Friday, December
11 1
speciality for this affair. fun and the exchanging of

A4 Music will, be furnished for Christmas gifts. Happy Hour 4-5 p.m.
those members who care to On Wednesday members and ,
December
Saturday, 12
LOOKAT continue the party after the young their families enjoyed a delicious
ones are taken home. buffet supper at the CPO Club. Turkey Shoot -10 a.m.till Sunset
1 Santa Claus arrived to distribute Turkey Dinner 11:30 a.m. -
'" gifts and candy to the children. 8 p.m.
IHESE FINE USED 1 1I
Sunday, December 13

I I I II Wrap Closed
up your
Monday, December 14

J 65 FORDS, Happy Hour 4-5 p.m.

holidayshopping Tuesday, December 15

Shuffle BoardWednesday

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k December 16
[

DUVAL MOTORSSAN __ Happy Hour 4-5 p. m.tAGE .


JUAN LOT RIGHT OFF ROOSEVELT


.a
64 IMPALA .. .$2888
? 62MONZA. .... $1377
Super spt. coupe, V-8, auto, 4 Speed, Radio, Heater, Real
trans., Radio, Heater, P. Sharp.
steer & brakes, dark blue,
matching interior. New car

condition. 60 FORD. . . .$888
1 4 Dr. Hardtop, V-8, auto, 1t
I trans., R&H, air cond.
I 63 CHEVY STA. WAG.$1695 ,
6 cyl, st. st., R&H.
60 FORD. . .. . $666

63 FALCON./$1444 Station Wagon, 4 dr., V-8,

f Brown Wagon,interior.6-cyl., AT.White: with blue auto interior.trans., R&H, Blue with .with 1 ) an HFC Shopper's Loan

I
See HFC'I military loan
specialist for
63 FORD . ... .$1899 57 F.ORD. . . .$677 Shopper'I Loan today. Shop anywhere your for special_

4-Dr., Sedan, V-8, AT, R&H, Fairlane 500, 2 Dr.Hardtop, on your holiday Ilst-.nd save., paying everyone cash.

.. Fact. AC. ((2)) To choose from. V-8, Auto. Trans., R&H. WOITJ"about Then'1I be ,no because big load of after-hollday bills to
you
repay HFC
sensibly and
COIIYeftlently. For the extra cash to

62 FORD. .... $1666 57 CHEVY BEUAIR. . .$895 holiday ezpenses, get your hopper's COYer: Loan an your
I Galaxie 2dr. HT, V-8, auto. 4-Dr Sedan, auto trans, R&H. Every year, more than 150,010 servicemen borrow now.
with
trans., R&H, steering. Fact confidence from HOUSehold Finance.
can, too.r You
air cond. White, Red interior.
I r
54 CHEVROLETS95

Belair 4 Dr. 6 ,
I 62 FORD VAN. . $999 trans., R&H,Youmuitsee cyl. Auto. Borrow up to $600
Econoline Handyman. Take .
car. up to 24 months to repayAsk


about credit. life Insurance ,
r on loans at group rates
.
II I II I I'I H H01FINANC
I a e
'.

I Y 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: -MJ
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jIkA O T O R S 3734 Cedar Blanding Hills Blvd.-SPring ShoPPing Center 1-4581 S. I

3050 Beach Blvd. phone
4538 SAN JUAN AVE. :
PH. EV 4-4536 AU HK OffiCES OPEN SATURDAY 398-4541 /
0
MORNINGS
I UNTIL CHRISTMAS




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USO Notes -------- .
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"0" Club MoviesMovies I I

Thursday, December 10
.
December 10 Homemade Goodies Night
Thursday, will be shown regularlyat lJ l

I Happy Hour 3:30-6 P.M. Friday, December 11 7 p.m. Monday through Satur-

| Dinner 6-9 P.M. Hanging of The Greens day.Malnslde \
and NATTC will have
Friday, December 11 Saturday, December 12 two feature times 2 p.m. and 7 Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde :
pm. on Saturdays and Sundays.The Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than t
Happy Hour 6-9:30 3:30P.M.P.M. December's Birthdays Party hospital will have one featureon Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving :
Dinner 8-11 P.M.Sunday. at too late for this deadline will be published the following \
8-12 A.M. Sunday's 7p.m.
Sam Ross week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise. J
These subject
December 13 are to change.
Saturday, December 12 Klddee Matinee at Malnslde A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be ;
South Jacksonville Presbyterian received WITH the for the ad.
6-9:30 P.M. Theatre, Saturdays, at 2 p.m. copy I
Dinner
'
DO NOT SEND CASH.
Do-Ra-Me 8:30-11:30 P.M. Monday December 14 Thursday, December, 10 RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $LOO I

Sunday, December 13 Christmas Formal with NAS Malnslde Never Put It In Writing Per additional line ((4 words per line). ..,. 35 I
Combo 8-11 P.M. sasr ... ps
Prime Ribsof Pat Boons Milo O'Shea i
Buffet 6-9 "P.M. !
Beef Tuesday, December 15 NATTC Becket Richard Burton ,'
Peter O'Toole FOR RENT Furn. 2 bedrm. ORANGE PARK Split ]level, 3
I Monday, December 14 USO JR. Volunteer Party at NAS Hospital The Outsider Tony House, 5616 Ortega Farms Blvd., bdr. 2 1/2 bath cent A/C den

Happy Hour 3:30-6 P.M. Hospital Curtis Anthony Franclosa $50.00, SP 1-5966. patio. Owner, 2646186.

Dinner 6-9 P.M. Wednesdy, December 16 Friday, December 11 t

Disc Show
Tuesday, December 15 Jockey Malnslde Tarts Bulba Yul HOME FOR SALE 2 yrs. oldSTEREOHIFI,40wattsetcheap

6-9 Brynner. Tony Curtis 4 bedrm., 11/2 baths, near ace.
Dish P.M.
Foreign Night CPO Club NATTC Never Put It In Writ- slightly defective perfect for tinschool.. $350.00 for extras. conv.
Italian
( ) ing Pat Boone, Milo O'Shea ker 384-6288. to NAS, Call 2466129.

Wednesday, December 16 Thursday, December 10 HospitalBecket -Richard Burton -
Peter O'toole II
Family Night 6-9 P.M. Fried Happy Hour "!1- ,
LIVE CHRISTMAS j
I TREES -
Chicken Saturday, December, 12 /
Friday, December 11 'siZe Red Cedars/ssorted: Sizes,
Malnslde Four Days I November REGRIGERATOR idealpfor 5548 110th St. Call 771-6247.
Dance to Mach Four good condition, ( xmas
-
DocumentaryNATTC
l December 12 cooling $15.00 384-6288. i
-ii Saturday Taras Bulba Yul I
in fleJwtcen of Dance Brynner Tony Curtis. SINGER AUTOMATIC CONSOLE }t
to Moon
Liters Hospital Never Put It In Writ- MODEL Pay balance of $62. orreliablepartyassume$8.amonth I

Deal Sunday, December 13 Ing-Pat Boone, Milo O'Shea I
t Kiddee Matinee Not Available Payments,, Machine i does','all zigzag
Dance to Phil Cay FOR Kittens Call 53-l946
SEEPAGE designs. day I
12 ANDYOU'LL
Sunday, December 13 for xmas Bluepolnt Regist., call I
Monday, December or night, will deliver"no:! ; obligation -
I KNOW WHY! 14
! 398.6171SALESiamese, after 5:00 or wk.eOOs. I
Malnslde Thin Red LineKurr II
RIVERSIDE Open Dulla, Jack Warden I
NATTC Four Days in Novem-
Tuesday, December 15
ber Documentary COINS BOUGHT & SOLD SpePART TIME HELP WANTED I
CHEVROLET Open Hospital Taras Bulba Yul cializing[ in BU silver Dollars, Fred Abood's Steer Room White

CEDAR HILLS Wednesdy, December 16 Brynner Tony Curtis rolls and singles also have other waiters, over 21, evening hours, J
Amer. coins. Will highest own transportation Call Mrs.
pay
Monday, December 14
CPO Wives Christmas Party Mon.-Fri. for
prices for your coins. 384-6797 Crosby 8-5p.m.
Malnside Looking For Love after 1700. appu 354-3730.

Connie Frances, Jim Hutton
THE NATTC Thin Red Line Kurr
Dulla, Jack Warden I
QUALITYGOES Hospital Four Days In Novem- Lt. Col. Urell I

ber- Documentary (Continued from Page 1))

Tuesday, December 15 Headquarters Marine Corps

Malnslde The Cardinal Tom has not released the name of the
Carol Colonels replacement as yet, so
BEFORE Tryon Lynley
NATTC Looking For Love IrA the Executive Officer, MajorH.
THE OLORIk I Connie Frances, Jim Hutton E. Lewis will step up to become -
the Commanding Officer.
Hospital Thin Red Line Kurr
NAME GOES ONI Dulla, Jack Warden Major Lewis has served at
Marine Aviation Detachment
Wednesdy, December 16 since July of 1964, having joined

HANDCRAFTED COLOR TVWorld's Malnslde Hide and Seek Ian r from MAG26MarineCorpsStadon -
Carmichael, Janet Munro New River, Nprth Carolina.
NATTC The Cardinal Tom
i : Tryon, Carol Lynley I KEEPING WITH THE festive season -

Finest Hospital Looking For Love the Jacksonville Officer's
; Connie Frances, Jim Hutton Wives Club featured Mrs. S. W.
I PerformllliCtltrTV Rivers, representative from a ,
s local store, at their December
I
Handcriftttfcfcittli 'i' luncheon. Mrs. Rivers demon
-- strated how to make varied selections -
Me prlntee clrCNlti of home and table decorations f

N.pncI..ctlH. for Christmas and other I
Mrtorti holiday,occasions.ROOSEVELT fI
lips CU. VMMCMrd .
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Tars I
n e e eaa t rw m

i. Celtf Zenith DewedNlater Patented
MALL


$3999 Major H. E. Lewis I

Uf MODEL smu H CARWASH t

CHURCH of, CHRiST 1
visible picture arr.
26)*q m-
.. -.. 2t'overalldiag.picture\ measurement OPEN MONDAY thru SATURDAY. 5223 WESCONNETT NEAR NAS BLVD. ,

TIMIJ'O ANA T.V. 8:30: A.M. 6 P.M.LOCATEDINTHEROOEVELTMALLHOPPINGC. JUST OFF SUNDAYS TIMUQUANA:: RD.

NTER
| 10:00 A.M..BlBLE WORSHIP
5617 TIMUQUANA ROADSP ON ROOSEVELT BLVD. 11:00 A. M. WORSHIP

1-4484 EVERY WED.. IS DOLLAR DAY 6:00 P.M. EVENING SERVIWEDNESDA

YS:
FREE AU.TOWAXAPPLIEDWITH 7:30: P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE
SERVICE
SALES -
CAR WASH! CHURCH PHONE SP 15075
RENTALS $15.00 PER MO. MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646





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.1 y jll Mr } Do-It-ourselfPh :'t :s sAttention




all "shutter-bug" enthusiastsl! If you're tired of waiting for your photographic masterpiecesto
be returned from a film-processing firm, why not process the film yourself? Not only will you get
the finished picture much quicker, but you'll have the added enjoyment of having accomplished it yourself -
The photograph, from composing the scene and snapping the shutter to developing and printing.
will be handled only by you. II I

__ __ And where can you develop_
J your film? The newly-located i
PERSONNEL adjusts the plate on one of. the enlargers. Hobby Shop facilities In Bldg. .'
897 offer a photography shop i
equipped to fulfill your needs.The !
only expense you'll Incur will I
CAN YOU cwar !
be the cost of the paper, which
I
;':s TAKE YOUR CAR -e canbe purchased at* the shop.:
WITH YOU'For Experienced personnel are on J.
Financing And Insurance hand to assist at all times.
Stateside And Overseas. Call The Photo Shop has two dark-
DYER M.. BURR rooms available for black and
representingGOVERNMENT white processing, with one for
> EMPLOYEES : 1 processing negatives and the
FINANCE CORPORATIONAND 'We other for prints. All chemicals, '
VOU REALLY PUTTING
?
trays and various equipment for
INTERNATIONAL SERVICE IN FOR ii2AN6I ERLITNIFF, developing are supplied by, the
INSURANCE COMPANY dGIP
61S Tlmuquana Rd. 771-0527| DC ACE 1 JUST-TfcVING/ f1ty shop as well as the washing and
'1'OCHEER ME UPV/ drying machines for the prints.A t
< contact printer will reproduce -
prints up to 8x10 inchesIn
size and three will
enlargers
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND
accommodate anything from
THE BEACHES 35-mm slides to 4x5 inch
ONE OF THE developing rooms with chemicals equipment usedin negatives.If .
IBt'1IDIIIIIm' developing negatives. you would like to do your
own portrait work, there's a
I studio available for that purpose.
h qb f K.B Whatever your needs may be,the
FRITZ Photo Shop can probably fill them.
\ FARM AN So, the next time you shoot that
Ret. roll of film why not take it over
CPO to Bldg. 897, and develop it
owner yourself? Facilities are open for
your use, Monday through Sun-
day, from noon to 10 p.m.

Harold Parman Mayport i
# >t0 $
Parman, Jr. Roosevelt Y d 7
Ion Webber JVonnandy
\

WM& OH CHRISTMAS lEAVl "
'
SAVE YOUR MONEY FOR CHRISTMAS : ,

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NO DOWN) PAYMENT


1st PAYMENT DUE FEB. T, 1965WE b'a .

FINANCE ANYONE IN THE USN tllL, .wa

DRYING MACHINE 'for prints
WITH PURCHASE OF TIRES PRINTS ARE placed in this tumbler to be washed.. and Photo-Flo solution.
FREEWHEEL FREE FREE

WHEELALIGNMENT BRAKEADJUSTMENT M

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FIRST ANNIVERSARY SALESEE

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All PRICES EXCHANGE PIUS TAX
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ENGINE OVERHAUL (Labor) 99.95 1965 VALIANT $1796

TRANSMISSION OVERHAUL (Labor) 39.95

REBUILD BALL JOINT (Parts & Labor) 15.95

SHOCKS FRONT. OR REAR (Parts &.Labor) 12.95
BRAKE SHOES ANY U. S. CAR (Parts & Labor) 10.95 CLAYTON I REVELS

BALL JOINTS REPLACED (Parts & Labor) 29.95

SCIENTIFIC ENGINE TUNE UP (Labor) 4.95

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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 9

.,. .
Navy Wives Distress F r r

&?l; *
r Club #86 On TeHighway

1

The members of Navy Wives
Club Jax #86 held a meeting last

Wednesday evening at their clubhouse How many of you know whatto
aboard HAS Mrs. Wil- do should you have a flat, or
bert Wagner presided and the a vapor lock, or run out of gas?
PROMOTIONS FRONT ROW (I. to r.): Kenneth L. Mock, ATN3; following guests were introduced: Here are the recommendations
Thomas E. Sutherland, AMS3; Rodney T. Symer, AX3; RandolphR. Mrs. Joan Mercy Mrs. Gloria of the Florida State Highway
Kobleur, AX3; Elijah L. Wheedleton, ABH3; David I. Buscemi, Ward and Mrs. N. Whitfield. Department:

AX3;, Richard W. Symes, AME3; Richard Manx, ADJ3: Anthony I. Board recommendations were A raised hood and a white cloth
Abietske, AX3; Stephen J. Fromm, PH3. Bock row (left to right): voted on and plans made for club tied to a car door handle has
Cdr. T. A. Graham, Commanding Officer; WayneH.Beeland, AX3; activities during the;,f month of been adopted by most States as

James G. Jameson, ADJ3; Robert Reagle,AMS3;John J. Ziggas, Dec. 1964. the official distress signal for '
The r 1
ADR2; Floyd A. Beatty, AX2; Auston M. Jackson, AX3; Hulett R. Nominating Committeewas motorists.
Boney, AX2;\Floyd S. Truitt, AMS3; William 1. Met, AX2; Astor M. named and the\ following Wait in the car until help
ladies will receive nominations, arrives. Never walk on the free-
ATN3 Roger L. Chance ATR3
Morgan ,
; Daniel
; J. Sutter, AX2; for the new slate of) Officers
:
Robert D. Hughes, ADJ3; Ronald F. Des Rosiers, AE3; Richard F. Mrs. a J. Gill, Mrs. Joseph way.At
Burrelle, AK3; Frederick D. Sutton, AX3; and Cdr. W. D. Toole, Jr., Hagan and Mrs. Earl Snyder.On night have tail lights and interior -

Executive Officer. Dec. 10 at 12 p.m. the lights on A turn light MEADOW LARK-Joyce Meadows
Navy Wives will have their should be left on so traffic won't makes m lovely picture perched on
Christmas luncheon at the clubhouse mistake the vehicles position for a limb. Even the birds are whittling .
IP-7's, 1st Inspection ProvesFruitful on Enterprise Ave Mem- the traffic lane. like "..oll'#"'."

bers will exchange gifts at this
time and after the luncheon
,Mrs.
To James Franklyn will give a demonstration I ATTENTIONall
Personnel
Squadron on shoe covering

Mrs.Luncheon Harold Chairman.Lutz will be Navy Personnel

The first personnel Inspection held by VP-7 since their return from Club members have volunteer
Spain has proved fruitful to many of the squadron personnel ed to wrap gift packages for the
During the inspection a Letter of Commendation, three Letters of Staff of the U. S. Naval Hospital
Appreciation, one Good Conduct Award, a permanent appointment to from 9:00 to 12:00 starting Dec.
Chief and a re-enlistment. 10. to Dec. 2L
Receiving the Letter of Com- After the meeting Wednesday
accept responsibility. He has
mendation was Johnny A. Upton, often had to work overtime in evening, refreshments were
PN3, His letter read In served Mrs.
part: by Francisco
order to supervise the menunder
"Your untiring efforts, atten- Afligge. Mrs. Henry J.' Wernet }
him and has always done this
tion to detail and your willingness and Mrs. James Weaver.
willingly and cheerfully. k:1r1r!
on numerous occasions to work
Fromm's letter read in part:
late records at night were to ensure maintained necessary In a "During your period of deploy- Pal Day

current status are outstanding ment at Kaflavlk, Iceland you (Continued From Page 1))
were working as squadron photo
demonstrations of your enthusiastic grapher, and carried the com- Augustine had so many nice at-
devotion to duty. Your plete load for the detachment. tractions."
leadership abilities contributedto A Chief madea
Your outstanding performanceand : child-carrying
the high degree of morale willingness to work beyond similar observation.44 The kids

Office.maintained" in the Personnel assigned duties have contributed and I learned a lot about the his-

positively to the overall missionof tory of this country and this old
The three
men receiving
this command's intelligence city today."
i Letters of Appreciation were; division."
G. R. Williams, ABF2; John Hil-
The Good Conduct Award wentto
burt, DK1 and S. J. Fromm, APPLIANCESand
|PH3. William Malast, ADR1, which
was his sixth award. John T
Williams received his letter
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M.p Navy Wives DistressOn f .


Club #86 TheHighway

} i

The members of Navy Wives !
Club Jax #86 held a meeting last
I
Wednesday evening at their clubhouse How many of you know whatto Ir
aboard MAS. Mrs. Wil- do should you have a flat, or r
.
bert Wagner presided and the a vapor lock, or run out of gas? .,
PROMOTIONS FRONT ROW (I I. to r.l|: Kenneth L Mock, ATN3; following guests were introduced: Here are the recommendations i I
Thomas E. Sutherland, AMS3; Rodney T. Symer, AX3; RandolphR. Mrs. Joan Mercy Mrs. Gloria of the Florida State Highway Ir,

Kobleur, AX3; Elijah L. Wheedleton, ABH3; David L. Buscemi, Ward and Mrs. N. Whitfield. Department:
AX3;, Richard W. Symes, AME3; Richard Manx, ADJ3: Anthony I. Board recommendations were A raised hood and a white cloth I
Abietske, AX3; Stephen J. Fromm, PH3. Back row (left' to right): voted on and plans made for club tied to a car door handle has 1,
activities during then montn of been adopted by most States as
Graham, Officer
Cdr. T. A. Commanding ; WayneH.Beeland, AX3;
Dec 1964. the official distress signal for
James G. Jameson, ADJ3; RobertC.ReagleAMS3John; J. Ziggas, The Nominating Committee motorists. !
ADR2; Floyd A. Beatty, AX2; Auston M. Jackson, AX3; Hulett R. named
and
was until
the following Wait In the car help
Boney, AX2Floyd S. Truitt, AMS3; William J. Met, AX2; Astor M. ladies will receive nominations, arrives. Never walk on the free f
Morgan, ATN3; Roger L. Chance, ATR3; Daniel J. Sutter, AX2; for the new slate ort) Officers: \
Robert D. Hughes, ADJ3; Ronald F. Des Rosiers, AE3; Richard F. Mrs. B. J. Gill. Mrs. Joseph way.At I
Burrelle, AK3; Frederick D. Sutton, AX3; and Cdr. W. D. Toole, Jr., Hagan and Mrs. Earl: Snyder.On night have tail lights and Interior -
Executive Officer. Dec 10 at 12p.m.{ the lights on. A turn light MEADOW LARK-Joyce Meadottt
Navy Wives will have their should be left on so traffic won't makes a lovely pictmrr perched on
mistake the vehicles position for a limb. Even the birds are hltt-
Christmas luncheon at"the clubhouse -
Iff-ft 1st Proves like .'tHlPf>.."
s Inspection bers will on Enterprise exchange gifts Ave. at Mem-this the traffic lane. ling 1r

time and after the luncheon,Mrs.
James Franklyn will give a demonstration ATTENTIONall
Fruitful To Squadron Personnel on shoe covering.Mrs. .
Harold Lutz will be Navy PersonnelTravel
Luncheon Chairman. 5
The first personnel Inspection held by VP-7 since their return from Club members have volunteer
Spain has proved fruitful to many of the squadron personnel. ed to wrap gift packages for the
During the Inspection a Letter of Commendation, three Letters of Staff of the U. S. Naval Hospital
Appreciation, one Good Conduct Award, a permanent appointment to from 9:00 to 12:00 starting Dec.
Chief and a re-enlistment. 10. to Dec 2L
Receiving the Letter of Com- He has After the meeting Wednesday
accept responsibility.
mendation was Johnny A. Upton, often had to work overtime In evening, refreshments were
PN3, His letter read In part: order to supervise the menunderhim served by Mrs. Francisco
"Your untiring efforts, atten- and has always done this AfUgge, Mrs. Henry J.' Wernet
tion to detail and your willingnesson willingly and cheerfully." and Mrs. James Weaver.

numerous occasions to work Fromm's letter read In part:
late at night to ensure necessary "During your period of deploy- Pal Day
records were maintained in a
ment at Kaflavik, Iceland, you (Continued From Page 1))
current status are outstanding
were working as squadronphoto-
demonstrations of your en- grapher, and carried the com- Augustine had so many nice attractions -
r
thusiastic devotion to duty. Your plete load for the detachment. ."
leadership abilities contributedto Your outstanding performanceand A child-carrying Chief madea
the high degree of morale willingness to work beyond similar observation. "The kids
maintained In the Personnel assigned duties have contributed and I learned a lot about the his-
Office. positively to the overall missionof tory of this country and this old
The three men receiving "
this command's intelligence city today.
Letters of Appreciation were; division."

; G. R. Williams ABF2;John Hil- The Good Conduct Award wentto I
burt, DK1 and S. J. Fromm, William Malast, ADR1 which APPLIANCESand

PH3. was his sixth award. John T,
Williams received his letter
Detraz was appointed as a per-
from COMBARICE for his out
i
Officer and
manent Chief Petty
standing and expedient manner he L. J. Holcomb AXCA, re-en- FURNITUREBROKERAGE home on furloughthe
carried out his duties and for
listed for six years.
Ibis excellent care given the CO

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Intramural mural'The;tournament- Volleyball finals play In Intra are -IntramuralBasketball 112(' ''Jf.ll{ 'ls 'p'7! : ;'D' lR7;

scheduled to by played December ... .... .. .I J.....
15, at 11 a.m. and 12 noon. \ :;
Volleyball The results of last weeks IlIiWAJax $:G

action are
:
As the third week of"eager"
O&R, AOMD 15-4, 15-10
C&R at 7-0 will be the only VP-30 VP-7 15-8,11-15,15-6 play ends and the fourth week is

undefeated team entering Into the FICEUR, Supply 15-4, 15-12 being played, the following results -
Volleyball championships. Weapons, Hasp 15-12,15-10 .occurred from last weeks' Navy Fliers Win Opener
action
Rounding out the American Comm, Marines 16-14,15-12 :
for the
Denotes scorer
high
League tournament participantsare VP-7, VAP-62"B" 15-17,15-7,
AOMD at 61. Communications 15-11 game.
VAP-62. FAW-11 68-28 Second Game To GlyncoThis
43.at 4-3 and FICEUR alsoat VP-30, NARTU, FAPL 15-6 15-6,15-9, 1512VAP62"A" -Todd. VAP-62 -- 21 pts. Drop

Heading the list of tournament VP-16, VP-45 8-15,15-5.15-12 VP-16, Admin 40-38
teams In the Nt'tionalLeaguewiU Eaglln, VP1619 pts. past week-end the Glynco Navy "cagers" traveled to the NAS
be VP-30 at '7-1 VP-7 at 6-1 Eason, Admin -- 19 pts. Gymnasium, here at Jax, to take on the Jax Navy Fliers In a two

followed by VAP-62") at 5-2. Security, VP-7 53-38 night stand, Friday and Saturday night.
and VP-16 at 4-3. Brady, Sec ... 21 pts. Jax Navy won the opening game on Friday night by-a score of
Supply, Disp 42-29 74-69. Fred Kloman, of the Hospital, ripped the nets with 36 counters
Bradley, Disp -- 14 pts. and Chuck Austin, of FICEUR tabulated 17 points to take the scoring

Hosp, CFJ' 55-35 honors for the Jax Navy team. _____________
Kloman, Hosp -- 23 pts. Jax Navy shot 62% at the foul foul line they shot a poor 8%by
NARTU. MARTD 3927Musselman line, completing 18 of 29 completing only one of the 13
MARTD 17 pts. attempts.The .
Security, VAP-62 38-34 high scorer for Glynco attempts.
M Strzeleckl, Sec -- 19 pts. Navy was Baldwin who droppedin

VP-30, FAW-11 66-36 25 counters. Glynco, at the FA W-l1 Meets
Ondo, VP-30 -- 20 pts. 44
charity line, shot at a % pace
Comm VP-45 46-32 by completing 11 out of 25
.d
,. FICEUR For
VP-18 Marines 43-31 Saturday night contest was
'Gallette, VP-18 -- 14 pts. won by Glynco by a score of 49- League CrownIn
Supply, Weapons 43-31 48. Ragged play and failure to
Rogers, Supply -- 16 pts. the Intramural "llnkster"
work together proved to be Jax
Need ? AF679th, Disp 51-31 Navy's downfall and one of the action of the past week Admin,
money Davis, AF -- 17 pts. main reasons for not getting a 10-3, has captured the American -
Comm, Admin 48-36 conslstant scoring campaign League championship while
Wallace, Comm -- 21 pts. underway. A/C Maim, 9-3.coppedthesecond

Borrowa imf Ahead by a single point, with place spot.
R.t r= only seconds to play, Jax Navy This Monday, December 14, at
\WoL 2:30 p.m., FAW-11 will go up
:: threw the ball and the game away
C against FICEUR for the National
by insisting on shooting insteadof
League crown, and decide the
retaining possession until the
dime and final buzzer had sounded. first and second place positions.On .
A e t The high scorer for Jax Navy Tuesday, December 15, at

was Bob Warner with 16 points, 12:30 p.m. Admin will play the
followed by Chuck Austin with loser of Monday's game between

call ( IT 12 points. Both are from FAW-11 and FICEUR.
FICEUR.On Also on Tuesday, at the same
\. Maint Is slated
the foul line the local Navy time, A/C to
squad shot 49%by completing 10 play the winner of Monday's
of 21 attempts. match.
December 16,
Wednesday
Balanced scoring proved to be
12:30: p.m., Tuesday winners will
I instrumental in Glynco's win as
'BUT ..YVHEOEl? IT TOOK they had three men scoring in the square off for the Intramural
you '50 LaNtTO BRING double figures. TherewereBald- championship and Tuesday'slosers
HIM I YOU'1lf; win will play for the runner-
INyTHAT with 18, Monroe with 16, and
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VP-30 & Comm Capture Lg. Titles Intramural HandballIn



Championship Games Start TodayVP30 the Intramural Handball
competition the Hospital team !Is
currently undefeated at 3-0.
has captured the American League Intramural football Admin is 3-1 and rounding out
\till, with their 12-2 record while VP-7 eased Into the
N p "3 In eoe Nt III championship the top contenders Is FICEUR at
second place position by virtue of ComFairJax giving in and forfeiting

7Irir/! I t tlI their final game of the season to the VP-7 team. 2LThe results of games playedlast

? Communications has the Na- week are:
1 823 BOXES
The final results of the '
I tional League 1st place all tied Hosp, FAETU 5-0
Iii up with their 12-2 record, while scheduled play are as follows: FICEUR: NARTU 5-0

t 6005 MEZZANINE i u the second place position Is a tie VP-7 VP-30 13-12 Admin, VAP-62 4-1
,, I SN between NARTU and AF679th, Hosp, CFJ 12-6
; i both sporting 9-5 records. Marines, FICEUR 18-6
AF679th. Comm 18-6
The tie In the National
Leaguewas
IS? 11) 110 IS In 111 NARTU, A4 R 3212VP'l.
played off yeaterday and the :
VP-18 24-18 ,
Intramural championship finals
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Scheduled "Kegler" Play Ends St'111Ct'fivrs 1 \ \ 1 UNDER MANAGEMENT



Make-up Games Halt Roll-Offs O\rling\


The Intramural "kegler" action, In the regularly scheduled play, Pearl Stankaites, of the
a will end this week, but numerous make-up games make It almost Blizzards, posted the high game,
t Impossible at the moment to determine anything definite In the linesof 222, and the high set, 537, in
the chamoionshlD bowl-offs. the Service( Wives Bowling lea-
Leading the American League Rejects, Marines a-i gue In their recent "kegler"
are the Mad Foxes at 46-14, Army AFES, Air Frames 3-1
ComStore5 at 39-21 and the FICEUR CPO's, Protons 3-1 play.The Blizzards also garnered
Eagles at 3620. the high team set with a 576 total.
In the Continental League the Splits converted in the league
Judo Club Elects
Cursors head the list with their play were: LllSadowskI,5-7-10;
48-16 record followed by Estelle Beard, 1-2-10; and Jean
NARTU1. at 39-25, and the New OfficersAt Cannaway, the 5-7 split.
Avian. at 361/2.231/2. The current league standings
At the present time the Na- the recent Judo meeting the are:
tional League seems to be the members of the Jax Navy Judo W/l -
closest In the won-loss columns Club elected officers for the com-
with the FICEUR CPO's leading ing term. Those elected were: Tornadoes 31-17 o -
out at 42-14, followed by Army President J. L. Baird (Brown Blizzards 29-19
AFES at 41-19, and the Air Belt); V-PresIdent C. S. Bout- Hurricanes 26-22
Frames at 39-21 well (White Belt); Joe Moldoon Monsoons 22-26
The results of last weeks action (Brown Belt); and Sgt. At ArmsM. Typhoons 19-29
are: A. Bowie (White Belt). Cyclones 17-31 0
This past week-end,December CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
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