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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 17, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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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 by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein we their own and not to be considered an official I expression of any
military department. The appearanee of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.( '

DECEMBER: 17, 1964
VOL. 22 NO.42 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA .
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I ( NO Visits NASSpeaksSpeech I To Navy League )r,:




Indicates Need For Brief Visit Highlighted

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More Career Navymen NowThe By Press Conference Here :


Admiral David L. McDonald, Chief of Naval Operations visited
Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral David L. McDonald, was
NAS Jax Tuesday during his tour of the naval complex In this area. i
guest speaker at a luncheon meeting of the Jacksonville Council of He arrived at 1130 with Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, Com-
his visit earlier this week Jacksonville.
the ,
Navy League during
M_. mander Fleet Air Jacksonvilleat
His speech, delivered Tues- the Air Operations building
day, stressed the importance of here aboard a jet helicopter. I
technological advances and the ADMIRAL David L McDonald, Captain John R. Mackroth, Com-
pressing problem of retaining CNO, arrives at NAS Jax. manding Officer of NAS Jax was I
qualified men to man the complex on hand to greet Admiral Mc,1,,1\\
weapons systems and machi- Donald
Notice u
nery which is Increasing at a After a brief stop on the station '
rapid rate.Admiral. Admiral McDonald attended
Air News will not be
McDonald stated that Jax a luncheon meeting of the Jacksonville -
December 24 and 31,
since Korea the re have been published on Council of the Navy
15 crises, in every corner due to the limited number of per League at a local hotel, wherehe
globe, in which the sonnel on the station during the was guest speaker. Following -
application of naval forces holiday leave period. Regular the luncheon Admiral McDonald
will be resumed on
ported our nation's interests publication returned to NAS where a press
: 7. We, the Staff, join
backed our commitments January REAR ADMIRAL Robert Goldth- conference was held.
the world. He continued by our advertisers and safe in Christmas wishing anda alla waite, ComFairJax, briefs' CNO In the conference Admiral Mc-
ing that forces afloat were Merry New Year. during his visit to the Jackson Donald stressed the need to make
to fight every type of war, prosperous ville Navy Complex. Navy life more attractive for
the "limited war," to prospective career men. He said
clear warfare if the need that the Navy was trying every
ever arise. In the There IS A Santa Claus year to get Into the budget for

words, "they are fully increases in. ,
sea
pared for either ..... ._ ,.. ..... --'. housing for critical pay
conflict. a naval task ."r...,. "' 1'4:;. t''J 1ti'''..: ,:,\., ;", ,,,tt"7(;,1'v oj t.) "I more I frankly money think that what pay.we

can provide a need is a large, across the
response to any threat .'t1',..>",(-;, ; ', .t'".. e d, board increase in pay, Insteadof
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carries with it a complete I.t.: f trying to solve each individual
,'..,., "
of ready-to-use :. \ problem with separate action,
from so small a :, ..!\ who says that an electronics man
a paint job for a friendly : 1p needs more pay than say. for
age to a nuclear attack instance, a cook? After all we,f _
f
hostile shore installation." 9)c have to eat I Also, I wish that
Constant technological 9)f. some of our friends outside the
vances are making services would quit sniping at the
based on past experiences a. PXs and commissaries. I don't
Impractical, according to + u know of any fringe benefit they
miral McDonald. This have which they shouldn't hangon
perience must now be mixed? to, and I don't think we should
constant study of the be bashful about saying so."
systems to ensure "We are different. I don't
ships and hardware. Such know of anybody in any walk of I
as nuclear versus life who has to leave home the
powered ships, tactical air way a sailor has to today in time
fare, anti-submarine of peace." ;
missiles versus gunpower Following the press con-
under study with ference, Admiral McDonald was
tention to military given a tour and briefing at the
versus cost, adequacy Fleet Intelligence Center Europe,
portion, etc.Admiral w thus ending his official tour of
McDonald i the base.
concern over the navy's Earlier in the day, the admiral t,
of retaining trained have been given automobile tours
He stated that any of NS Mayport and MAS Cecil ,
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By John A. Abuccwicz

I k SUNDAY Once again jingling bells and Santa's merry laugh has
another Christmas season. Art atmosphere of Joy and
8:00 a.m. Service of Holy our surroundings. The trees are up,
to permeate
Ui'iIll/M' / \\ Communion seems lights are on display, and there Is a noticeable mad rush

W4 ,. : ; 9:30 a.m. Service of Divine Christmas shopping done and to mall the cards out on time.
Worship This Is fine and commendable to a degree, otherwise
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for would be cold and drab. But when all the rush Is over
\ iJ 4Li ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 the words of the familiar poem, "Twas the night before
11:00 a.m. Service of Divine and all through the house not a creature was stirring,
Worship mouse," this feverish pace comes to a climax, let us
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship flect, let us meditate on the true meaning of Christmas.

N' WEDNESDAY Christmas, stripped of Its commercial tags, mean?
.
; Christmas Is God giving Himself to us "For God
4:30 Junior Choir Rehearsal "
-- p.m. world that lie gave His only begotten Son.
ihi -. WFPCIG1A1 Whether we realize It or not the giving of gifts
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal that first Christmas
rests upon this Divine Gift to us on
perfect gift Is from on High."
",' ER 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, every Somehow this true notion became lost as we gave, but
Also on all Holy Days who gave to us or to those bound to us by ties of blood.
Jl.E. Catholic Services at St. Ed- This Christmas let us give from a purely unselfish
NATTC and Naval
ward's Chapel
us try to give something to some unknown or strange
Hospital giving need not be money. It can be accomplished by
SUNDAY MASS one's talents, powers, energies. It could be a
Editorial or one of encouragement. A helping hand, a kind deed to
6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
tress Is also giving regardless of the person's creed,
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.

Greatest Christmas Giftis Edward's Chapel or Otherwise stock. are we not like the Innkeeper who

DAILY MASS bride and her approached
Vacancy" sign as a young groom
to register according to the Imperial decree.We .
11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel
'Peace on Earth'Christmas the Chaplains wish All Hands a Blessed Christmas
MONDAY & TUESDAY Happy New Year.
means many things to each of us, depending on wherewe
happen to be when the season rolls around. 4:15 p.m. King HallNATTC

For most Americans, it's a time when families get together to FRIDAY Christmas
exchange gifts, sing Christmas carols, go to church and generally
rejoice in the spirit of the holiday.But 12:05 p.m. U.S.Naval Hospital Special services have been planned by the NAS
many of us in the armed forces will be far from our homes SATURDAY Sunday, Christmas Eve, and Christmas It was announced
and families on this happiest of holidays. It may not seem much like THE ALL SAINTS' CHAPEL will hold regular
Christmas to those of us serving at some tropical outpost or on the 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel vices on Sunday, December 20, beginning with Holy
high seas. We'll miss the snow, holly, mistletoe and gailydecoratedtrees. CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY 0800. The first service of divine worship will be at 0930
lain James Agnew delivering the sermon. The second
Although we'll be disappointed at the separation from our families 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before planned for 1100. Chaplain Agnew will preach.A .
and at the lack of some of the traditional holiday trimmings, we still Masses Candlelight Carol Service Is scheduled on
have much for which to rejoice.For Catechism Classes:Grade School 2000. The traditional Christmas Carols will be sung

us, Christmas will mean overflowing mail sacks, filled with SATURDAY lains Agnew, Edwards, Feagins and Radcliffe will l'l
Christmas wishes and gifts from those we love. It will mean the delivering short meditations.On .
gigantic holiday feast that has become traditional In even the smallest 10:00: a.m. All Saints' Activities Christmas Day Holy Communion according to the
armed forces mess hall For some of us, It will mean a gala USO building 722 Episcopal Church will be at 0900 and a service of
show, performed by tireless entertainers who also sacrifice being held at 1000.CATHOLIC.
with their families so that we may have more joy in our holiday.All PERSONNEL may attend Mass on Sunday,
... these things help bolster our Christmas spirit. But there Is TrafficViolations ber at 0630, Naval Hospital Chapel and 0900 and 1100,
one more thing that can do a lot to fill any empty feeling we may Chapel
have at being far from home at Christmas.One Christmas Eve Midnight Mass will be said In St. l
of the things the folks back home enjoy at Christmas is the while other Christmas Day Masses will be 0630,
feeling of "peace on earth." Those ofus serving at military installa- and 0900 and 1100, St. Edward's ChapeL1thristttttts
tions around the world are the vanguard of our nations, protecting
that feeling and insuring that our families will be able to enjoy peaceful The following Is a report of '<:
Christmases in the years to come. motor vehicle accidents and traffic enu
If the, joy of Christmas is truly in the giving, rather than in the violations for the period De-
receiving, we should be among the happiest people in the world. cember 6 through December 12. ROAST TOM TURKEY VIRGINIA
Our gift of peace to our countrymen Is one of the greatest that can GIBLET GRAVY PINEAPPLE: : AND
be given. (AFPS) Number of AccidentsThis SWISS LOUIS BREAD DRESSING

Week December 6 through SNOWFLAKED POTATOES: BUTTERED:

December 12 . .4 BUTTERED WHOLE KERNEL CORN
A New Year Total Accidents this year through CHILLED WHOLE CRANBERRY SAUCE
Every Day December 12 . . 229 GARDEN SALAD STUFFED
Number of Accidents throughDe- ZESTY
FRENCH
DRESSING ASSORTED OLIVES
cember 1963 . . 274
Strengthens Resolutions Total number of days since last ASSORTED HOT ROLLS

Injury In motor vehicle acci- BUTTER PATTIES ,

Millions of the dents . . . 29 ASSORTED ICE CREAM ASSORTED CHRISTMAS :
people throughout world go through a ritual every HOT MINCE PIE
year on or about Dec. 31 the making of resolutions for the new
year. Number of ViolationsThis WITH HARD SAUCE:

How many of these resolutions are kept is impossible to tabulate week . . 108
but still we "faithfully vow" to stop smoking, be more considerateto Speeding . . .15
others and:! many more great objectives.Yet Reckless Driving . 2 AX
if you stop and think, is "next year" any different from Going through Stop Sign. 5 AIR :
"tomorrow?" Why not make your resolutions "today" and stick Other Violations . . 86
by them "tomorrow" or "next year?" Forty-three drivers appeared
We in the armed forces can use every day as a "resolution day"to before the Traffic Hearing Board
enhance our country's position in the eyes of the world. at the meeting held on December The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise
By our actions on and off duty wherever we are stationed we 14. Disposition of the cases distributed each Thursday at the U. s. Naval Air
can help maintain resolutions which will In turn, support and back include the following: ten lost Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing
up those of higher authorities to maintain the purpose and ambitionof driving and parking privileges a- NEWS private firm L All Cop submitted for use In the
the United States. board the station for various o must be forwarded to the Service Information
No matter where we are stationed and no matter what our par- periods; nine were assigned to Box NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday
ticular job may be, we still are a team composed Individuals individuals complete a six-hour course in Telephone publication. News items are* welcomed from all \
who can resolve to do that job better and with greater remedial driving at Jax Police EV.9-7711, Ext. f 8162.
Advertisements
results.On Academy; fourteen were given concerning are solicited by the publisher and
,.. Dec. 5, 1964, an Army captain was awarded this Nation's high- suspended penalties; nineteenwere Company, 4724 such should be directed to the Holt
est honor because he did better at his job than was expected of him. given warnings; two were Telephone 359.4040 CJYde Drive, Jacksonville 8,
We all may not be able to perform our jobs as gallantly as the dismissed; and seven were referred or 3590271.
captain, but we can resolve to try to obtain that extra drive it takesto to commanding officersfor VOL. 22 NO/42
do a job "above and beyond the call of duty." possible disciplinary action. DECEMBER

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4 JAX AIR NEWS DECEMBER 17, 1964


PATRON 45 Holds

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Change Of CommandIn r


ceremonies held today Cdr ed to the Naval Aviation Safety i

David M. Hume relieved Cdr. Center at Norfolk as the manag-

John D. Collins as CommandingOfficer ing Editor of APPROACH, the

of Patrol Squadron 45 Naval Aviation Safety Review. He

based at NAS J ax. Cdr Collins is the author of several profes-

has received orders to USEUR- sional articles] which appeared in H-

COM Paris, France. this and other magazines.

Cdr Hume reported to VP-45 Commander Hume, his wife

upon completion of studies at the Catherine, and their three child-

Naval War College, Newport, ren now reside In Orange Park.

Rhode Island: in 1962. He reported Cdr. James H. Chapman has

as Operations Officer, in replaced Cdr. Hume as Execu- REAR ADMIRAL E. C. KENNEY, Surgeon General of the Navy

March of 1963 he became the tive Officer of VP45. A 1946 chats with newsmen while?television camera records the latest

Executive Officer, and today assumed -* graduate of the Naval Academy, Cdr. David M, Hume information released on the new hospital to be built at NAS Jax.

command of the squadron.Cdr Cdr. Chapman served aboard

Hume received his wings several ships before entering

and commission in 1945. He flight training in 1948. He returned Adm.Kenney Reveals Plans

has studied Political Science at to Annapolis in 1953 and

Princeton University for 2 1/2 spent three years teaching

years and attended the Navy's mathematics.
General Line School In Newport, Commander Chapmen his wife For New 7.4 Million HospitalRear

R.LIn Jeane, and their two children reside -

1959 Cdr. Hume was attach in Orange Park. Admiral Edward C. Kenney, Surgeon General of the Navy,

paid a visit to NAS Jacksonville last week, and in an informal press

conference, revealed plans for the new 7.4 million dollar hospital

which will be built next year. __ .
Admiral Kenney stated that the

400-bed hospital will be the

Follow Tree Tips largest Naval hospital Florida.
1rl It will be built near the site of

4 the present hospital and will replace -

For a Safe YuleNew all but six or seven build-

l Ings in the present hospital com

Cdr. John H. Chapman pound. The structures being replaced -
York (AFPS) Service
will be .
destroyed.The
..AI families will rally around a safe
M Local D. J. Will Christmas tree If they follow completely air-condi-
tioned hospital will have 6 opera-
these
tips:
ting rooms, an obstetrics department
Tape MessagesFor L Do not purchase a tree
Intensive and
an care
s which is dry. Check the tree

1 O'seas Men by picking it up by the trunk and recovery clinic.ward and an out

gently bump the base against the patients'
The Smith and Hill
Reynolds, ,
ground. If many of the needles
Do you have a son, daughteror Co. have completed the designs
fall off, the tree is probably too
other member
family overseas and are in the process of draw-
with the armed forces? If you dry. Attempt to snap one of It is hoped that
Ing blueprints.
the smaller twigs. If the twig
do and would be Interested In the will be finished
DUVAL MOTORS sending them 'taped message'from snaps easily, the tree is too dry. late blueprints that for by
spring so contracts
The point of all this Is, dried
home, drop a
simply
post
construction can be put up for bid.
card to, Message Tapes, U. S. trees burn easily. Admiral Kenney also stated
2. Try to buy a tree which
4 CAR-ISM Navy Recruiting Branch Station that much emphasis and concernis
has been sprayed with a fire-
Office
Post Box 4225, Jacksonville -
being put on the outpatient
Florida. proof mixture. If the tree has
clinic which will the
cover en-
not been sprayed, buy the fire-
been made
have
Arrangements tire first
floor of the
hospitalAt
SALE! with Jimmy Vaughn local radio proofing and spray the tree before -
between
present, 600-700 out
announcer, who has volunteeredto it is taken into the house With
patients are treated daily.
3. Keep the base of the tree
use his own time to contact
each who sends in card moist by wrapping a wet cloth improved and more convenient
64 FORD GA1AXIC 500..12444 person facilities
4 dr., V-4. auto/Iron*., power .I..r. make a tape of their voice(limited around it or standing it in a pail out patients will
.. receive better care and the number -
RAH .i. will guff//'I r' of water until time.
64 IMPAIA SPOS1S COUPC....,. 2777 to three minutes), edit the tape decorating of patients handled will be
V-8 power ..(..... and, power broke.. and mail it to person designated.This 4. When the tree is put up, .
AH.dark W... with W..interior. will be done via stand it in some type of water greater.He
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64 MOOT.. . . . 11999 reservoir and check the claimed that the new build-
2 dry 4 tpeed. RAH. bl... with blue intenor. on Sunday Afternoons, starting water Ing and facilities will be more
January 6, 1965. When a post supply frequently.
63 FORD SEDAN.. .. .. . I988 card Is mailed, please] include 5. If the tree is tall, braceIt efficient for the doctor's staff
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63 FORD CAIAXIE... .. . 11999 During his talks with local
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63 CHCVV STATION WAGON.. .HSU praised the local aid In obtain-
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cond wtute.*blue interior. the work done
63 CHEVY II....... .. . .M49S noting especially
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New Commissary BuildingTo 04F,' oulr R06TERJ



Be Completed March 31 N. .


A new Butter building warehouse being erected adjacent to the
commissary store is the second of three increments which will
greatly Increase the commissary store facilities here accordingto
LCdr D. G. Frank Commissary Officer. The $45,000 warehouse
Is scheduled for completion on March 3L T r A :,A
Modernization, expansion and
Improvement of face. A drop ceiling! will be installed J
commissary y ---
facilities began about one year a new tile floor will be _
ago when office spaces were re- installed, and new meat, dairy, /I'LL SEE VOUK TWO
located thus Increasing the sates and luncheon meats cases will ICDR D. G. FRANK Commissary Officer, surveys the work being PFCfl AND RA16E-
area of the store. In this first be added. 4,000 sq. ft. of space done at the site of' the new warehouse 'for the Commissary. The YOU ACOC2PO2AL/ ........
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will be added to the Interior of
of shelving new warehouse built
phase remodeling new being at a cost of 45000.
the store and a conveyor
and display cases were addedto system
the connecting the old and new warehouses -
store. FIRST ANNIVERSARY
SALE
After completion of the ware- to the retail area will be
house, the third phase of the renovation added.
will commence with the After this last phase of .
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Interior of the store getting anew remodeling, more checkout
stands and shopping carts will be
17 Graduate added. According to LCdr Frank,
the addition of checkout stands
From NATTCSchool and more shopping carts Is Impractical -
until more space Is add- .
ed to the store. At this point, k
msCmYSURPLYMQUJH
plans are uncertain concerningthe A AI
increase of parking facilitiesat .
NATTC's Leadership class the store. 0
64-N held its graduation exercise This entire remodeling will
Friday afternoon in Rosendahl cost nearly 1/1 million dollars ,
gymnasium. The graduates upon completion. Patrons are '
consisting of Airmen Firemen advised that no Increase In prices .
and Seamen-were from Mayport, will be needed to defray these
U. S. Naval Hospital, NATTC, construction costs as the Com-
NAS, and other NAS JAX tenant missary Store Reserve Fund will IMC
commands. pay for these projects.

Captain Before C.presenting G. Strum,the Commanding diplomas- James E. Davis, ADRAN, from PHONE JAX 2644555 eRiEN tOVE SNGS
Officer of NATTC, told the Air Operation, Mayport, was
Sailors, "I hope that we have class 64-N's "honorman." Hew 1r
taught you a few fundamentals of as given the recognition becauseof ,
leadership, and that we have Instilled his Impeachable appearance*
a desire in you to learn military bearing, and scholastic
more about this Important field." achievement.
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PAGE 6 JAX AIR NEWS I -.
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l' -' : ClubScl1cdulcs "
r e ''I< po Holiday 0" Club

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Thursday, December 17

Due to the fact that the next Happy Hour 3:30-6 P.M.
edition of the jax Air News will Dinner 6-9 P.M.
iM:1 7 1965,
,
until January
be out
not Friday, December 18
Information con-
the following
cerning the club holiday schedules Happy Hour 3:30-6 P.M.
is published now for your Dinner 6-9:30 P.M.
information: Capples Combo 8-12 A.M.
: DUCEY CLUB will
:1 ACEY holiday hours Saturday, December 19
of CHRIST follow the regular
11 P.M.1a.m. 6-9:30 P.M.
V on Christmas Day, I Dinner
5223 WESCONNETT.BLVD.; Music will be provided by I Charlie Jay 8:30-11:30 P.M.
... .. NEAR NAS for the
Tickets
Arnold. ,
JUST OFF TIMUQUANA'RD. Johnny Sunday, December 20
be
- New Year's Eve Party should
SUNDAYS: purchased now. MarkCastlewill Buffet 6-9 P.M. Prime Ribs
10:00 A.M: lBLE WORSHIP : c'.L-T provide the entertainment from of Beef
11:00 A.M. WORSHIP 8:30-1:30 A.M.BLUEJACKETS. December 21
6:00 P.M., EVENING SERVIC PEOrt-E TO PEOPLE. Patrol Squadron 45, Detachment 17. INN will also Monday,

WEDNESDAYS: presently stationed at Argent! Newfoundland, recently participated hold regular holiday hours on Happy Hour 3:30-6 P.M.
1:30 P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE in the Navy's people to people "PROJECT HANDCLASP" Christmas Day with music by the Dinner 6-9 P.M.Tuesday .
CHURCH PHONE SP 1-5075 campaign. Cdr. B. Power, LCdr. J. D. Jones; R. E. Pugh, AX1 1; and Rhythm Kings Plus "One". The December 22
MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646 R. H. Thompson, A03; all of VP-45, delivered a truckload of' gifts New Year's Eve Party will
to local schools and civic groups feature Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Foreign Dish Night 6-9 P.M.
Kings. (French)
ClubAn
NavyWives CPO CLUB will feature music
Wednesday December 23
,
] [ : by Carlle Jay on Christmas but
annual Christmas luncheon, the dining room will be closed. Family Night 6-9: P.M. Fried
bfliniiEIHL held by members of the Navy Ticket holders, only will be admitted Chicken
; Wives Club 86, hosted the staffof to the New Year's Eve
the Jax Air News. After the Party. Music will be providedby
luncheon which consisted of Phil Cay and the Tommy Holbrook Acey Ducey Club
home-made covered dishes pre- Combo.
r \ ChevroletCHEVROLET pared by members, gifts were "0" CLUB will be closed on
exchanged among attending mem- Christmas Day. Reservationsare Thursday, pecember 11
bers and guests. Following the required for the New Year's
P.M.
luncheon, Mrs. James Franklyn Eve Parry, from 10p.rn.to2a.rn. Happy Hour 4:30-6:30
in Jacksonville presented a demonstration on Charlie Jay will provide the danc- Friday, December 18
show covering. Chairman of the ing music.
DOWNTOWN- A.M.
8:30-12:30
event, Mrs. Harold Lutz, was The USO at 318 North Ocean Jerry Durden
924 LAURA ST. at ORANGE assisted by Mrs. Charles Yea- Street Is featuring a Free Christmas Saturday, December 19
ger and Mrs. Thomas Bennett. Buffet on Christmas Day
from 6-8 P.M. Special enter- March Wilson 8:30-12:30 A.M

tainment Is scheduled from 8:30- Sunday, December 20
11 P.M. and a free phone call
home will be given to 2 lucky ser Mark Castle 8:30-11:30 P.M

vicemen. The gala New Year's Monday, December 21
Eve Party will be held from 8-
12 A.M. Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 P.M.

Tuesday, December 22

FRA #91 Game Night 7:30 P.M.

Those Shipmates that missedthe Wednesday, December 23

turkey shoot this past Sat- Movies sports 8 P.M.
urday, have one last chance to
pick up their turkey before
n Christmas by coming out to the ChIeistmasParty
Fleet Reserve Club, 8554 Roosevelt -
Blvd. and shoot this Satur-
day, December 19th. There will
i be both 12 and 16
guns gauge, Especially for Military Personnel
and ammunition furnished at the

/ club. If anyone wishes they may Refreshments f :,
bring their own weapons, and use
our ammunition. Free Prizes

Branch 91has always furnished Games
Christmas food baskets to needy
families. during the holiday sea- Fun and Fellowship For All
son. Anyone coming to the club
and wishing to contribute, please Saturday, December 19
'\" bring your canned food donationsand 8:30: p.m.
place them in the barrel for
this purpose.A Lutheran Service Center

0L New Year's Eve Party Is In 19 West Forsyth Streetz&raa
the making, with a breakfast of
C steak and eggs to be served at
the club. There will be a fish .
fry this Friday, December 18th.



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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 7
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Bluejackets Inn CPO Club MoviesMovies


Thursday, December: 17
December 17
Thursday,
Happy Hour will be shown regularlyat :_:: :
Carl Boyd 8:30-11:30 P.M. 7 p.m. Monday through Satur-
Friday, December 18 day.
Friday, December 18
Dance to Mark Castle Ma Inside will have two feature
The Lazy Rhythm Girls 9-1 A.M. times 2 p.m. and 'l p.m.on Saturdays Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde
Saturday December 19 Saturday, December 19 and Sundays. The hospitalwill Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida to arrive not later than
Dance to Moon Liters have one feature onSunday's Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
The Supries with Paul Day at 7 p.m. too late for this deadline will be published the following _-
9-1 A.M. Sunday, December 20 NATTC Theatre will be closed week unless the publisher Is instructed otherwise.A .
December 20 Happy Hour until further notice. check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
Sunday
These received WITH the for the ad.
Dance to Phil Cay are subject to change. copy
March Wilson 8:30-11:30 P.M. Kiddee Matt(nee at Ma inside DO NOT SEND CASH.

December 21 Monday, December 21 Theatre, Saturdays, 2 p.m. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . $1.00
Monday, Open Thursday, December 17 Per additional line ((4 words per line). ..,. 35
Pizza 2 for 1 Night u- sus -
Tuesday, December 22 Malnside Nightmare David
Tuesday, December 22 Open Knight, Moira Redmond COINS BOUGHT & SOLD Spe- HOUSE FOR RENT unfurn 3

Happy Hour 5-7 P.M. Hospital The Cardinal Tom cializing in BU silver Dollars, Bdr., den conv. NAS, CECIL
Wednesday, December 23 Tryon Carol Lynley rolls and singles also have other $100 mo. 5142 Batley. 771-
Wednesday, December 23 Amer. coins. Will pay highest 4656.
Friday, December 18 prices for coins. 384-6797
Game Night 8 P.M. your
OpenUSO Malnside-MerrlU's MaraudersJeff after 1700.ORANGE
Notes Chandler 1) Hardin HARMONY ELECT. GUITAR I

Hospital Hide and Seek Ian case and Sears piggyback amp w/ I
December 17 Carmichael Janet Munro PARK Split level 3 reverb and tremelo $170 EV. 9- I
Thursday '
bdr. 2 1/2 bath, cent A/C den 6779.
Homemade Goodies Night Saturday, December 19 patio. Owner 264-6188. I

71JtRJ Friday, December 18 Malnside Station Six Sahara -
Carol Baker Peter Van Dyck FALCON STA/WGN 61 deluxe.
Boy Meets Girl Night Hospital Nightmare David HOME FOR SALE 2 yrs old, 19.000 mi, "like..new, std shift.
December 19 Knight Moira Redmond 4 bedrm., 11/2 baths near ace. See at 7229 Ortega Hills Dr.
Saturday,
s IckogtP Kiddee Matinee Ring a Ding school $350.00 for extras. conv.
Music on the House Rhythm I. to NAS, Orange Park. Call 264-
6129. TAPE RECORDER Sony 4tract
Sunday, December 20 Sunday, December 20 stero $175. (with 20 sterotapes

Grace Chapel Parish Mainside Girls, Girls, Girls $225.) BarBells $12. EV96779.FOR .

SEE PAGE 12 AND Monday, December 21 Elvis Presley, Stella Stevens FOR RENT FURN. HOUSE -
5616 Farms Blvd. 2bed-
YOU'LL KNOW WHY! Hospital Merrill's Marauders- I Ortega
Caroling Party 7P.M. Jeff Chandler Ty Hardin rms., $50.00 mon. Call EV 9- SALE 3 Br home, closeto
2743. NAS $50. down $50 month.
RIVERSIDE Tuesday, December 22 Monday, December 21 Call An Powell USN RET. 264-

Game NightWednesday Malnside Behold a Pale Horse- 6144 with Powell Realty BKR.

CHEVROLETCE December 23 Gregory Peck, Anthony Quim Business Opportunity For Sale. ty
AR HILLS Hospital Station Six Sahara Franchise with National Co., y
Disc Jockey Show Carol Baker, Peter Van Dyck Thirty yrs., in its field. Now UNFURN. APT FOR RENT -
;:. held by Naval Personnel. Moderate Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 BR
( Tuesday, December 22 investment will finance, Ideal Kit. Equip. 3 ml NAS $115 mo.

Mainside -Poppa's Delicate Condition for retired or active duty, part- Owner 771-8697.
JACKSONVILLE TRAILER MART'S Jackie Gleason.Glynis ners or husband/wife team. Reply -
Johns Box 2F.BEDROOM .

w Hospital Girls, Girls, Girls FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex
Elvis Presley, Stella Stevens 3-plex. 4 pier 3 mi. NAS $115
MHUe HoteYOUR SUITE book case mo. Owner 771-8697.
Wednesday, December 23 bed, dresser, chest, spring and

Mainside Island of the Blue mattress $75. double bed frame I

Dolphins Celia Kaye, George $5. EV 9-6779.
NEED A HOME? $50 $100
Kennedy
Dn. VA FHA resales. All
Behold p
Hospital a Pale Horse-
Peck FOR SALE Dynamatic Automatic areas, close to bases. Move in
Gregory Anthony QuinnA
tube testor. Sev. recond. 'fast. Call us today. Eves. 771-
TV's tape tee. 100 W-2 meter 2276. Herman Godwin. Bkr. EV
rack transceiver. EV 4-5284. 7465124 hrs.


couple of American news- reporter clutched the arm of his FOR RENT Furn. Apartments;
paper reporters were in South companion and they both gave Gas Heated Reasonable Call
Viet Nam to write some storieson the girl a long second look. Her Mrs. Gross 7719007.1AR4)PLb.
the American soldiers in that button-down-the-front dress was
area who were training the native securely fastened by ten Good
, troops. As they strolled a- Conduct ribbons of the United
round a base one evening they States Army.
noticed an extremely shapely at- :
tractive native girl walking up
the road. She walked gracefully -
OWN looking neither to the rightor oe7D HAIR STYLIST

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B JAX AIR NEWS DECeMBER

Navy Wives.


NurseryThe Noel Spirit Prevails From Christmas To Christmas I'

Navy Wives Nursery,Bldg.
560 has established the following Since April 1962 the Instructors and students of the AvlationOrdnance-
schedule for the holiday season. man School], Naval Air Technical Training Center, Jacksonville f- I
The senior and junior kindergartens !' Florida, have been doing two, Chinese refugees a world of good.It .
will be closed from Decem- I Isn't that Cheung Kam Por and Wong Chik Kuen are students In
ber 23rd to January 4th. I NATTCs Advanced Ordnanceman School but the school Is helping ; wr
Information concerning regis them just the same.
tration or reservations for their 1 The Navymen adopted them. are collected regularly from all
baby-sitting service on New When adopted, Cheung, a boy, personnel of the school and a
Year's Eve may be obtained at I was 8-years-old. Wong, a girl special fund Is maintained for
Ext. 358. was 5. They are refugees from three months care In advance. t
,
Communist China now living In Contact by a monthly letter is ,
Hong Kong, B.C.C. maintained between these child- L- '
},4 CAN YOUTAKE ) Senior Ordnance Chief Warren ren and the school], and at times ; ; S ,
YOUR CAR "'" G. Dickinson, Supervisor for the by those personnel leaving the -
WITH YOU? school], coordinates the foster parents AOB( ) School. 544S
For Financing And Insurance project. "Fifty cents day About one third of the school's -
Stateside And Overseas. Call Isn't much, but to Cheung Kam graduates receive orders to the : ::. ;
DYER M. BURR "'''t Por and Wong Chlk Kuen It means Seventh Fleet In the Far East,
representingGOVERNMENT Ii \, ....." .' "* ....'.,',ij a lot a chance to get an education and each one that does Is pro-
,
EMPLOYEES j..4'. :-.' f .""' > .J...;,..' '.....- enough to eat, sufficient vided with the addresses so
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FINANCE CORPORATIONAND ." i-''..... .'ll. -"." to ...,'"',;' clothing, and a few necessities should they have the opportunityto
,'...-+ ;;. ,., ..',.Jtt.. ". .J-"v>';,1:. of life," Chief Dickinson said. stop In Hong Kong, they can
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INTERNATIONAL SERVICE w:ft':.!...... )<< "'>J' _"-'tJf.: ::.... .f1' "That Is what we're trying to visit "their children."
INSURANCE COMPANY provide for these two children"
Cheung Is an intelligent boy,
615 Timuquana Rd. 771-03271 Cheung Kam Por Wong Chik Kuen
AOB School contributes
( ) a attending school so he can qualify
total of $15 a month for the sup- for a good job as a businessman. w
port of each child. In addition, He feels a deep obligation for the
at Christmas a $5 cash gift for opportunity togotoschool. Thereare
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE each child Is mailed In time, so no free schools in Hong Kong.
AND THE BEACHES that they, too, will have a Merry Wong has been described as a
Christmas. A cash gift offers prevociously Intelligent child,
r the children the joy of choosing and loves going to school She,
.mmrD their own presents plus the pri- too, Is grateful I to her foster I r JVMUT I WM
vilege of with loved ones. parents for tlvs wonderful '
sharing .
I and 3 4 3 ft 7 8 9
,V 1 Wong opportunity.
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i iN !
CNO VISITS ,
fomander in Chief, SecDet (Continued From :Page 1)) I II I

which replaced 100,000 men
Extend Christmas GreetingsTO every year would have a serious ,
problem. He stated that this was -
THE MEN AND WOMEN OF OUR ARMED the Navy's greatest problem. He ; .ftn '
FORCES: cited the lack of attractive sal- o
i iMAtmA
aries as the primary reason for
,
fin behalf of the people of a grateful nation I extend warmest seats this problem. Admiral
greetings and best wishes to the guardians of our freedom manpower
McDonald stated that the tradi-
Coast men and Guard.women. of the Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps tional fringe benefits no longercan t 111 !N
offset the low and that
have observed with great pride and deep appreciation your steadt these benefits are pay becoming 1
devotion and readiness to defend our nation's heritage. I
available to people out
many
All Americans well realize that you supply the courage and strength of uniform, thus subtracting from t
essary to protect our country and that, with the help of our allies, their value to military men. Admiral G-ltOOthtg "
i provide a shield against tyranny
McDonald cited the natureof A
\s we approach this Holy Season, all is not serene. In Southeast naval duty as a detrimental! l'
ita American servicemen are giving their lives so that others may factor in retention. "One specific -
free to shape their destiny. example which have recently $
In i this time of both joy and sorrow, it is my hope that every man cited Is that of the people attached from these good friends of
woman in uniform will realize the essential nature of the taskor
to the six attack aircraft car-
she is performing. To those who must be separated from their riers assigned to the Atlantic THE LAX AIR NEWS
flies on this holiday of hope and peace and to those who bear the Fleet. For the last four years
rden of your absence, I wish to express my special thanks.
they have averaged less than 78 Atlantic
Coast Line RailroadAndrea's 1
each of in the armed forces and
loved
|To you to your ones, Mrs. nights at home out of each year. .
hnson and I send our very best wishes. May the blessings of God I know of few Industrial organi- Hair Stylists
with in the New Year. Bernard's Hair
you Lyndon B. Johnson zations which could obtain or sustain Stylists
President of the United States the devotion and dedication Burnett Bank

to offset such harsh, Bellair homes ,'., ,
My warmest seasons greetings to the men and women of the Department necessary ll (
of Defense. human handicap. s Beneficial: Finance
You have dedicated yourself to the preservation of peace through In my opinion no effortor Big Chief Tire Co. : ".' t

trength. As a result of your efforts and, in many instances, per- concern (is too great In obtaining Church of Christ, Wcsconnctt\ 6

onal sacrifices, many people around the world can celebrate this the requisite Improve- Clayton Revels ;; ; O .
ments In military housing,
oliday season in their traditional manner. pay ,
Cleo Davis Realtors $ ,
medical and f \ >
care, recognition :
be of achievements. I
You have just cause to proud your many '
other benefits which seem to appear Criterion Insurance } t'-
m most grateful for all you have accomplished during the year which ; t
ending.To far less frequently than International Delhi Chevrolet .* 1 ,

each of you, and to your loved ones, I extend my very best crises." Dial Finance, s ;: ', j
wishes. May the blessings of God be with you this holiday season Admiral McDonald completedhis Donnell// Builders A I
speech with praise for the
and throughout the coming year. Robert S. McNamara Duval Motors "
Navy League and the work they -
of DefenseMERRY
Secretary French's T.V.
have done towards solving these I'
and other problems peculiar to Florida State Theaters 0

the navy. I Government Employees Insurance

G. C. Murphy Co. I:'

Gordon Thompson Chevrolci. '

9 ... GEICO ; \
-Household Finance Co. J j'

4 wi G Imperial Estates

iv Oe Jax Kennel Club ,?, s
CHRISTMAS h Jax NAS Credit Union < "

.. Jax Tmiler-JUurt. :, i\ : 1

-Little Pigs Barbecue .- ..
CENTER; Joe Luten Insurance 1 .. -

Lynette Coiffures .'

Marlow/ 6hiteManpowcr :, ,
Inc. *.' t t
i e .Mercedes-Benz .

Morris Auto Supply ,. 'i;
s tony Nationwide Insurance
curtis --
; (Doug Cook Agency) jj;J. ,
debbie .. ii
'h
:: :( Office Lounge
rcynold The past two weeks have been active onesfor VP-7 career counselor Orange Park Kennel

pat John Cassady, ATCS. Seven patron seven sailors have shipped Orange Park Bank
&OORCCltttMMCOrt over for 40 years. Cdr. T. A. Graham, commanding officer Pizza Pantry

of' VP-7, beamed with pride as the cameraman snapped this photo ., Pritchett's KitchenPuttPutt
of five of' his sailors. Standing 'from L. to R., Cdr. Graham leroy Golf Course

e Holcomb, AXCA ((6)), Fuller Sorrell AMS3 ((6)), Charley Middour, .Powell Plymouth *"
P1 ATI <6)), Richard Burrelle, AK3 ((6)), John Hilbert, DK1 ((4)) and the Riverside Chevrolet'
_..fs squadron career counselor, John Cassady, ATCS. The two other .Riverside Bank .J }>
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; tasyottort sailors Paul Kurek, ADR2 /16)) and Edward Twardy, AE1 ((6)), were Roosevelt Mall\ Car Wash .
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BONDIS G'. .._ ," :.... t ., :':1t f f- :_," iF it United Air Lines
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;. ''r'f t ; Laundry and Dry Cleaning
,Y-J'_ f ___' :\ I and Pat's Tailors
nw : Woody's Auto Parts
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Wesconnett Florist '
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,"it Y..- !.. I "yo Furniture
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Westside Atlantic Bank
CERTIFIED PEST CONTROL SUPERVISORS. The top graduates of

It FlEBC1 {he recent three day pest control course sponsored by NAS Disease "GOLDFINGER"m Vector Control Center receive their certification awards from e
Cdr. J. A. McAllister, Assistant Public Works Officer. Looking on .c!
LAX AIR NEWS
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aJiNBrll.OO7" is Lt. A. R. Ruth, Shops Engineer. The men, all from the Public
Works Department are (II.I to r.): Frank Miller and, Frank M. Ulmer.

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VP-7 VP-30 For JaxNavy"cagers" traveled -

to Moody Air Force Base this
past week-end and dropped two
IM Football
ChampionshipIn games 78-65, and 9868.In .
the Friday night opener the
INTRAMURAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS Members of lhe"\/P-7 the championship game, of the Intramural Touch football competition Air Force team halted Jax Navy
championship team are: Front row, (lL-R) W. H. Beeland E. D. VP-7 squeeked out a one point victory over VP-30, 13-12. 78-65. Fred Kloman, of the
Rose, D. J. Bolton, C. J. Morton, G. Cooper, and R. S. Rust. Back The regular scheduled play ended in a tie and In the resulting Hospital was the high scorer for
j row (L-R) A. D. Umphres AMHC, W. S. Hamilton; L. Fowler, playoff VP-7. J gained 1 the most yardage to cop..the extra point and the Navy team, as well as the
F. B. Sutton, E.E., Hanberry.. (Navy Photo by Harold 'Benson, SN take'the football honors. game. as.he.gunned, In 12 points.
)
Even the Air
o. Scoring for VP-7' were Sutton scoring helped
and Bolton, each with one six, Communications zero; VP- Force squad as they had three
touchdown to their credit Rose 30 thirteen AF673th twelve;and men scoring In double figures.
was credited with the winning '- AF679th twelve NARTU six. Douglas with 24, Thurston with
point after. The top six teams of the two 23, and Luigs with 22 points.
.' ,;> t'. Scoring for VP-30 were Hardy leagues are: 1st. VP-7; 2nd, Saturday night was also
and Stephenson with one TD a- VP-30; 3rd, Communications; Moodys night as they lowered the
0" 0 .... piece. 4th. AF679th; 5th Hospital; 6th. boom on the Jax Navy squad witha
Winning third place in the Intramural NARTU. 98-68 total
action was the Com- The top three scorers of the Leading the attack for Moodywas
; munications squad as they rolled season were Wallace, of Communications Thurston with 32 points, followed -
All officers out a 20-12 victory over Air with 96 points,Jackson by Douglas with 20
Force 679th. of Communications, with and Lulgs with 19 points.
Krnavek tabulated twoTD's and 90 points and Kloman, of the Fred Kloman, of the Hospital,
Jackson copped the remaining Hospital with 84 points. again lead the scoring campaignfor
for the Comm team. Jackson, of Communications, the Navy squad, and the game,
and who Tabulating for the Air Force was also voted as the most valu- as he bettered his first nights
t men squad was Davis and Bailey each able player of the season. ThisIs production by one point and turnedin
with one TD. determined by a vote of the a total of 33 points.
Scores of other games playedIn officials at the end of the sea-
the tournaments were: VP-7 son.PUTTING .
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'W++ M Officers Wives Golf
Association held Christmas two
toC.I.t ball tournament at the NAS Links
this past Sunday, December 13,
followed by a dinner at the 19th

hole.The
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low gross winners were
,"',t"t"t THE STOP on Don Ondo, of VP-30. is W.S. HamiltonNo. Captain and Mrs. F. Heyer witha
32 of VP-7 and E. D. Rose with out stretched arms. VP-7 78; 2nd place Commander and
; I'. won the championship 1312. (Navy Photo by Harold Benson SN) Mrs. T. F. Greenwood with a 86;
rThat's and 3rd place Charles C. Sturn
and Mrs. R. B, Williamson with a

not an order, just good advice. At Cl.T. we're Intramural VP-30.&R. VP-7 FKEUR 15-3,5-15,15-3 5-15,15-8 Forfeit 81.Winners of the low net were,

experts at dealing with your special money problems. VP-30 AP-62"AU 15-13, Captain and Mrs. D. C. Klahn
Need a loan to pay bills?To travel? Money to meet VolleyballThe 13-15,16-14 with a 67; and 2nd place Captainand
personal problems or emergencies? You can find a Cl.T. VP-16. FICEUR 15-11,15-6 Mrs. A. C. Cason with a 68.
office just about anywhere AOMD. Comm 15-6. 156VAP62"AM Winner of the Callow ay system
you happen to be. We've got
was Commander and Mrs. Q.R.
finals in the Intramural VP-16 15-12,
over 400 Cl.T. offices from coast to coast.For your Volleyball championship play- 17-15 Whltmore with a 74,second place

convenience; you may apply by mail or by phone. offs are being completed this VP-7. AOMD 15-8 15-12 was captured by Captain and Mrs.H. .
But we'd rather see you in person. We make more friends week, but due to the press dead- S. McCue with a 74 1/2, and
that way. line It was not possible to publish third place was won by Commander -
the name of the winner and the and Mrs. R. L.Mayberrywith
completing action. a 75. %
Results of games played In the The special event was won by
LOANS
.- TO $3000. playoff action are: 4 Commander and Mrs. E. F. Hil-
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CASH YOU GET O&R, VP-16 15-7, 11-15,15-10 derbrant with the second place
VP-7 Comm 15-13,15-12 honors going to Commander and
Monthly 35 30 24 Mrs. R. L. Watson.
\. Payments mos. mos, mos. VAP-62"A", AOMD 15-3.

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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11


Roll Offs To PromotionaIs
Be Completed 1M Ping Pong Intramural j

To Be Held At

This Week In IM Leagues Hospital has captured the National BasketballThree I
Club
judo League crown in the Intramural j
Ping Pong action with the teams In the Intramural
With the Bowling playoffs going on this week and ending tonight, This Saturday morning at 10 Marines coping the second place Basketball Leagues are undefeated j
I Thursday, December 17, the following teams garnered the top spotsin A.M In the Jax Navy Judo Club, with their 5-2 record. as of Friday December "
each of their respective leagues. Bldg. '7'26. an examination for ComFalrJax captured the 1L
American League 1st place promotion will be conducted by a American League title with their Security is the lone survivor in
Mad Foxes, 50-14; 2nd place Rookies, BB Stackers 2-2 promotional board consisting of 7-0 record followed by VAP-62 the American League as they posta
Eagles 432LContinental Scatter Pins Protons 2-2 Stanley Kunlmoto, Sandan ((3rd with their 6-1 record. 5-0 record while in the National
League 1st place NARTU2 Marines 3-1 Degree Black Belt); D. U Stewart The results of last weeks action League the two teams vicing for
Cursors 51-17 2nd Avlons AF679th, FJCEUR3 4-0 ShoDan ((1st Degree Black are: the top spot are FICEUR at 4-0 a
431/2.241/2. Army AFES Darters 4-0 Belt) and J. L. Baird Nlkyu ((2nd W/l and HospltaI4-D.
National League 1st place, Grade Brown Belt). The results of last weeks actionare
FICEUR s,46-142ndplace; Immediately following the examinations AF679th, VP-30 5-0 :
Army AFES, 45-19. Jax NavyBasketball a short period of time Hosp Security 5-0 Denotes high scorer for the
Admin
The results of last weeks actionare will be spent so that the boys Marines 3-2 game.
VAP-62, FAETU 3-2
: can compete against one another. Security, VP-45 59-30
NARTU NAMTG 3-2
Spectators are welcome to cometo Brady Security 23 pts.
American LeagueMad A/C Matnt, aiR 3-2
the club and watch the matches VP-16. VP-7 50-35
Foxes Photo Lab 4-0 The Jax Navy Fliers will play and promotlonals. VAP-62, VP-7 3-2 Ewing VP-16 17 pts. .
Thunderheads Electrons 4-0 the Independent Workers Union The womens classes will be A/C Malm Admin 43-37
Hellions Pan Handlers 4-0 of the City League in a basket- held at the usual time for all Carroll Admin 16 pts.
CFJ"A", Needlers 3-1 ball game this Friday night in the ages ((6 years and up), startingat (Continued
Page 12))
Riggers, Cannon Cockers 2-2 NAS Gym Bldg. 3, beginning at 12 noon until 2 P.M. on
Chiefs FICEURtfl# 4-0 8 P.M. It is also hoped to have Instruction In Sport Judo Is
Eagles ComStore5 4-0 another game lined up for the held during the week and:!on Satur ATTENTIONall
Griffons Pelicans 2-2 Fliers on Saturday night at the days. It Is free of cost to all
same time.Waves. military personnel and their de-
Continental LeagueSky pendents. Navy PersonnelTravel

Warriors Strikers 4-0
Supply Mix Masters 4-0 BowlingThe
Cursors Sparks 3-1
FICEUR2 3-1
Avions Waves Bowling League has
Flying Phantoms, Owl Hoots 4-0
finished It's weekly competitionuntil ll
Spoilers, Pizzans 4-0 January 12, with J. A.Moy- o
NARTUffl# Burgermasters 3-1 nahan posting the high game of
Paymasters Spartans 4-0 175 and Jackie Calloway coppingthe
Cutters Inspectors 4-0 high handicap game with a

National League 225 total r
The team standings are: ,
Refects AOMD 3-1 Old Fashions 23-5 -
Play Boys Air Frames 3-1 Salty Dogs 18-10 ::4tM /
FICEUR CPO's, Baymen 4-0 Stingers 15-13 '

Manhattens 14-14
Martinis 10-18
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Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00: PM
Pre.Holiday Special Friday: 9:30: AM til 4:30 PM B. C. Miller, GPA
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BasketballContinued 2nd Annual Jax MvC4tnto4


( from Page 11)) Swim
Meet
I Navy
Hosp VP-18 64-31 :
Kloman Hosp. 28 pts.

FICEUR, Marines 71-41 Set For Jan 16 lUilLlhfa.pPH
Austin FICEUR 19 pts. 0

, AF679th, MARTD 73-39 Eight local swimming teams
Lewis 679th 20 pts. will participate in the 2nd Annual
\ Admin, FAW-11 52-35 Naval AlrStationJacksonville Invitational + New-YemtJ
I Green FAW-11 17 pts. Swimming Meet to be .
A/C Maim, VP-45 33-29 held at the NAS Indoor Pool Satur- ...
Johnson A/C 10 pts. day January 16, starting at 8:30 FROM YOUR FRIENDS .s..;;
Security. VP-16 63-41 ,......
Strzekckl Sec 24 pts. A.M.The "
event meet
seventy-two AT f"--- .
Hosp Marines 58-37 will continue as a yearly affair(
Kloman Hosp.- 16 pts.
with the age group swimmers
J CFJ MARTD 44-43 competelng in the different
Outland CFJ 18 pts.
\ groups of swimming, from the
FICEUR, NARTU 77-22 seventeen year old class on down.
Humes FICEUR 20 pts. Trophies will be awarded to the
Warner FICEUR 20 pts. first thru third place winners,
Marines, MARTD 56-28 with ribbons being presentedto -
Guess Marines 17 pts. the fourth thru sixth places.
VP-45 FAW-11 55-42 The eight teams participatingIn
Green FAW-11 16 pts.
the meet are: The Florida
Yacht Club; The Beaches Ac- CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
Sport ShortWilma quatlc Club; The Good Shepherd
BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
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