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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: January 21, 1965
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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VOl.22 NO. 45 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JANUARY 21, 1965 l

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RADM G.P.Kocspeaks h 1 Tape Recorded 4. .w I




At CPO 4r Messages For ;


"VIP Luncheon"Rear Men Overseas j


Admiral George P.Koch, Do you have a relative serving
Chief of Naval Air Reserve overseas In the Armed Forcesor 1
the ,YA.. floating around the Med? Do
Training, spoke at January14th N N r- 'Y'r
"VIP Luncheon" sponsoredby it'r r. M71M f you think that he Is lonely,standing -

the Chief Petty Officer's Club that watch on the fantail at

concerning the retention of Naval ; 3 a.m., or walking a lonely postin I
personnel. Accompanying tie admiral the middle of a restless nation?

were: RAdm Robert Gold- If so, why don't you mail himor i

thwalte, ComFalrJax; Capt. J.R. NORAD Colvocode Band ( her) a tape recorded letter? I
Mackroth, Commanding Officer, A familiar voice from home would j

NAS; and Capt. C. W. Pittman, probably bring a big smile to his l
.
Jr., Commanding Officer of tic NORAD'Cavalcade Of Band face, wouldn't it? -J'f'II r
Naval Air Heservc TraininJUnlr. Music' You can do just that with a postcard j

Admiral Koch J said that last and a phone call-and a little I

year 100,000 men needed for To Perform In Jacksonville Area help from a local DJ. who, along
_ career service were not retained with his radio station, is per-
and it appears tIattltc same number forming this new public serviceto
will be lost this year. This Prom a gymnasium In Alhmiu'Nehl Mexico, to Carnegie Hall in three years time may sound likea the Jacksonville community.
number Cinderella story, but it also h '. 11l i its to be the story ot the NORAD "Cavalcade of Music" Band, and Jimmy Vaughn has volunteered
equals enough people to
man and operate. all of our February} 1 the North American Air Defense Command Band from Colorado Springs, Colorado, will his-time and Jack; Boyce ofWDIX
make their second appearance in Jacl) nville.> has volunteered
carriers, their air groups, phis graciously I
all our fleet support air sta- 1 tie CO-piece band under he station equipment for this new

tions. The cost of this loss amounts v W-4 ArrivesAt direction of Conductor and Offl- Ceremonies At project. '
Victor Interested In
to 700 million dollars of cer-in-Charge Major Anyone sending a' f
lost training."If NAS Molzer, will appear at the Civic three-minute message to a family
this could be saved and Jax Auditorium as a combined effortof VP-5 Honor member should drop a post card I a
the Jacksonville Naval Air Sta- their r rand
address
distributed including name, I
to each man In the
Navy," said the admiral, "00 For New HomeThe tion and the Downtown Council of telephone number to 1

would get an extra $100 of pay Navy's famed Hurricane the for Clumber this -special of Commerce.musical Time pre- Old And New Message Tapes I
1
each month. I Ilinters have officially arrived in sentations has been set at 8 P.M. P.O. Box 4225
The admiral went on to explain Jacksonville Fla. '
Jacksonville. Airborne Early the is Invited to attend f#
and Commander
public J. T. Kosnik relieved IOn
what he the role of the
thought Warning Squadron FOUR now returns the free concert. Commander J.A. Pate as Sunday afternoons, Mr.
chief petty officer Is In help- to this Florida city after a This unique group is the first Commanding Officer of Patrol Vaughn will call the persons who
Ing to meet this problem. "I'm 3 1/2 year-stay In Puerto Rico. multi-service International band Squadron Five in ceremonies at have mailed post cards and tape
convinced that If this Important The Hurricane bas- the three-minute letter the
Hunters
were and is comprised of outstanding 124 over
Hangar on Friday, January
role is achieved, our retention ed at the Naval Air Station,Jack musicians from the U.S. Army, 15, 1965. The Change of Com- telephone. After the recording
problem will be well along towards sonville from their commlsslon- session he the
and Air Force and from the turns tapes over
Navy mand ceremony began at 9:30 *
solution. Because the Ing In 1952 until moving to Roosevelt Canadian Air Force. They to the Jacksonville Navy Recruit-
Royal
with
chief a.m. a personnel inspection/
in with
comes daily contact Roads Puerto Rico In Office who will mail the
196LIn were formed in 1959 when a memorandum conducted by both the new and Ing tapesto
his men, he must constantly set the Intermediate time the from NORAD's com- the man overseas, all free of
old Officers. Tlien
an example{ that they will wantto has retained their Commanding I IDon't
squadron
follow. association mander in chief brought to lifea at 11:00 a.m., thcofl Icial program charge
"As learn to understandmen with Jacksonville with an new concept in military musical began. Captain A. C.Cason,Com- forget to Include your
you annual detachment during the six units. Three later they name, address, and telephone
will learn to motivate years mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven,
you month hurricane number the card. Most
season. were the first military band ever introduced= the speaker for on post
them towards career servire. It guest
Jacksonville Naval Air StationIs asked to perform InCarrtcgie Hall important, however, don't forgetthe
the occasion! Rear Admiral AII.
will be
always to single out
easy now die location of 10of( for the Armed Forces concert loneliness a man feels when
Matter Commander Fleet Air
the matter of as the sole ,
pay the hurricane carries him miles
Navy's reconnais- besides being Invited to make an duty many
Wings, U.S. Atlantic Fleet. Following -
reason for our failures in reten-
sance team. In addition to tic annual visit toCamegrIhehand( from familiar faces.
) Rear Admiral Matter'srcmarls
tion but will find Increased
you through llirricane Hunters, the Fleet has national acclaim with
won
Commander Kosnik officially -
thai there H HInspectiotii
understanding
other Weather Facility, formerly at appearances on the Bell lele- relieved: CommanderPate. 300 Attend -yY.
too.are" things of importance, Miami i, Is now based at NAS. plioiK' Hour, the Dinah Shore Father Kosnik, brother of
The Hurricane Hunters are Show the Steve Allen Show, as
Admiral Koch concluded his tie new CO, gave tie benedict ton.
commanded by Commander well as various fairs and other
rem a rks'by stating that these men Daniel Immediately following the changeof
service could E. Cliesler. Commander events throughout the country. command, a reception was held At HART
leaving
military Chesler, native Dallas
a ,TexasIs Besides the "Cavalcade of
in the Officers' Club.
serve themselves and their the husband of the former Miss Music" Band which will be per- Commander Kosnik has servedas Rear Admiral G.P. Koch Chief
country in the Naval reserve pro- Margaret Ruth Moore of Arlington forming at the concert, several ExecutlveOfflceroftheSquad- of Naval Air Reserve Training!!,

grams.3Advanced. Virginia.The other groups and soloists helpto ron for the past year. His pre- successfully completed the Inspection -
squadron's Executive Offi- make up the parent unit. vious duties Include: service In of 900 reservists con-
cer Is Commander Walter H. The Internationally f a m e"Commanders" the Political-Military Policy De- cluding NARTU'SAnnualMllitsry
Reese who Is originally from Orchestra is a vislonOfflceohooChiefofNavalOperations Inspection.

To CPO AtNATTCenter Buchanan, Michigan. Commander throw-back to the days when big ; the Naval War College Approximately 300 dependentsand
Reese Is married to the for name bands toured the countryand ; postgraduate training In guests looked on during the
mer Miss Mary M. McNealof is considered one of the finest International Relations at Harvard ceremonies. During the Inspection I

Indianapolis, Indiana dance-how units today. They are University; duty with Patrol tie COMFAIRJAX Band and

Three instructors at the Naval the only military orchestra to he Squadron Twenty-Two; Soviet- the Navy's rebound, tumbling I
Air Technical Training Cen- Chief Sharp entered the NavyIn acclaimed as: the"Honorary Best Chinese Intelligence Analyst with team the "Starflights" perform- h )

ter were advanced to Chief Petty September 1949 after attend- Band" in 19GO. Current and past the staff of Commander in Chief, cd- (4.. 4,
Officer January 18 as a resultsof ing the Pauls Haynes high schoolIn members have come from name U.S. Pacific Fleet; Naval Intel- Past executive vlrc-prc ''J :nt --
the Navy-wide examinations In his home town, Birmingham, bands in this country as well as ligence Analyst with tie staff cf :and general manager of tf"-
the BBC and ABC Films Orchestras Jacksonville Chamber of ,
They are: Milford C. Alabama. He reported toN TTC Commander Chief,U.S. Pacific area
August. after a tour of aboard in London. Commerce ''IFfcni ;-. Jcl, 'n, i
duty
serving Fleet Naval :.Vhool
; Intelligence
AOCA Hagood A. Zeig- : ;
Sharp, .
The NCRAD Band is .* :::*val Air V- I
the aircraft carrier USS RAN- Marching was\ presci&'d<<
ler, AOCA, and "G" "D" Size- and duty with Patrol & uaJ run f
more, AECA. (Continued On Page 9)) (Continued on Page 6)). Fifty-Six. (Continued on Page 12)I) I fI I



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: lUt< S: ,:tf'V']' 'a,$ Chap/a/ns/ / MessageBy

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Chaplain EdwardsIn
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"'!. SUNDAY recent years we have heard and read much of stockpiling,
of material and weapons. It Is to this reserve that
8:00 a.m. Service of Holy the stock piling
of crisis for strength.Man .
J Communion our country can turn In times
MEDICq 9:30 a.m. Service of Divine Is also afforded the opportunity of building a stock-pile to
Worship which he could turn as a source of strength In times of crisis. Our
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for stock piles are things of the spirit, for cur battle Is a spiritual one.
ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 The battle dress and weapons are: Truth as our belt; Righteousness
EXCHANGE CARE 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine as our breastplate; the gospel of Peace to cover our feet; Salvationas
Worship our helmet; and In our hand the Sword of the Spirit which Is the

: j Q 7 O tr 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship with Word of God. Each of these is a spiritual Implement of war. These,
prayer.
...,':,,:. '::;'\-(} WEDNESDAY These are not only weapons of destruction against evil but are
1) 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal Instruments of creation, of peace. Just as our nation's stock pile
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of defense
an armour
provides for our country not only against
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal totalitarianism, but an Instrument for peace in the world.
Our nation, among the nations of the world Is called upon to be
SECE CAREER 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, strong and Its strength depends and comes from the composite of
Also on all Holy Days its citizens.
i Catholic. Services at St. Ed- The English poet, William Blake has said It for us:
ward's Chapel NATTC and Naval "Bring me my bow of burning gold I
; y.7j Hospital Bring me Arrows of desire!
; my
tV'
;;i+. _ti :'{ :' J) SUNDAY MASS Bring me my Spear!10 clouds unfold!

> Bring me my chariot of fire I II
'j '" .:4.1..!,.!: 1"',OJ',"} 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
.r I:;;," 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. will not cease from Mental Fight,
Edward's Chapel Nor shall my Sword slip In my hand,

Editorial DAILY MASS Till we have built JerusalemIn
Englands (this worlds) green and pleasant lands."
11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel

fr Military Retiree' Gets More MONDAY & TUESDAY Top Expert Reveals That


Than Monthly Pay CheckJust 4:15 p.m.FRIDAY King HallNATTC Only 4% Actually Retire


about everyone dreams of and plans for the day when he can 12:05 p.m. U.S. NavalHospital NORFOLK VA.NAVNEWS.The( ) Navy's top expert on military
count himself among the "retireds" of this country. SATURDAY retirement Captain Frederic A.Wyatt recently revealed that only four
For those of us In the armed forces, this dream can become a percent of the Navy and MarineCorpspersonnelleaving after 20 years
reality much sooner than with our civilian counterparts. 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel actually_ retire. The rest get j jobs,some by preference but most becauseof
Although some servicemen do not actually retire after their 20 CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY children to support and educate
years of service, they still are a big jump ahead of men who must Capt. Wyatt Is aNavalReserve the middle of November" Capt.
wait until they are In their 60s before they can "go flshlrf." 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before officer on active duty wlthspec- Wyatt says.A .
White a retired serviceman will probably get a job to supplementhis Masses cial no-pay "appropriate duty" careful look at the job marketcan
retirement pay, he will receive a monthly check from the govern- Catechism Classes:Grade School orders is national chairman of turn up many good jobs in
ment for the rest of his life. SATURDAY "Operation Hghllne A Bridgeto generally overlooked fields. Religion -
Along with the regular monthly check come other benefits that a Second Career." tfe is Is used as an example,
civilians must pay for out of their own pocket. For example, if a 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities sponsored by the Bureau of Naval 15,000 new jobs are offered year-
retired serviceman and his family want to take a vacation in Ger- building 722 Personnel Marine Corps Headquarters ly by one denomination alone.
many they need not worry too much about transportation costs since and the Navy League of These are In hospitals colleges,
one of his benefits Is an annual trip on Military Sea Transportation Traffic the United States. The Navy pays administration, news media, and
!- "Service ships or Military Air Transport Service planes at nominal his expenses. lay work.
cost, space available. "Instead of talking about retiring Because one of three military
Upon retirement, the government lets the retiree pick his own ViolationsThe you should be consciously "retirees" has been choosing
place to live and moves him and his family there free of charge.If planning your second career." California, they face greater
a retiree decides to reside near a military Installation he Is following Is a report of "Begin working toward that goalat competition for jobs there The
then able to collect a few more benefits that civilians cannot get. motor vehicle accidents and traf- least two years before you second greatest concentration Is
Retired servicemen and their dependents, In most cases, have the fic violations for the period leave the service," he advises. In Virginia-District of Columbia
privilege of using such base facilities as the commissary and exchange January 10 through January 16. Taking a more active part In area. New York New Jersey Is
stores, recreational facilities, medical services, club facilities Number of AccidentsThis civilian social and recreational third, trailed by Florida and
and other.low-cost service benefits. affairs Is an important part of Texas with Its growing space
For the man on his first hitch, 20 years may seem like a long Week January 10 through this preparation. Industry Is fifth.
time to spend working for the same "company.' But a civilian January 16 . . .5 "The average military re- "Don't worry about your age
often ,stays with the same conccrn most of his working'life. If he Total Accidents this year through tiree's biggest problem Is that In considering when to leave the
changes jobs too often he loses seniority and misses promotions.When January 16. . 10 he doesn't decide what to do as service," Capt. Wyatt encour
he's 65 he won't be able to enjoy the same retirement benefits Number of Accidents through early as he should." "About ages. "End your military career
that he could. have had It he had stayed with the same company.The January 1964 . . .18 56-percent consider first where when you are ready for the step.
serviceman,who stays In 20 years has the opportunity to Increase Total Number of days since last they want to live. Another 22 per- Your skills are far more important -
his retirement pay through promotions and, through off-duty Injury In motor vehicle accident cent put pay first. Only 22 per- than Your mili-
education, to further himself so that when the day for retirement . . . .17 cent think first about what they tary acquired your experience age. also Is
Jr.r* comes he will be better qualified to accept a good civilian position. Number of ViolationsThis can, or want to do." This is a valuable, often worth more to an
Thus a 20-year investment (at no cost to the individual) can pay reverse priority that results Ina employer than formal educa-
off big dividends in retirement. (AFPS) Week . . 46 lot of needless shifting around tion." The enlisted man
Speeding . . . 7 after men re-enter civilian life. is about 42 average old and the
Reckless Driving . 3 "Interviews critical years 45
are according officer about
career
Going through Stop Sign . 4 average
to the Captain. "Go In when end their military
JTAX: AIR NEWS Other Violations . . 32 civilian clothes Dress on the careers.they

; before Fifty-seven drivers appeared level of the Interviewer.Be men- One of the best tools In help-
the
Traffic l Boardat
Hearing
the held tally and physically ready. If you ing find a job Is a good resume
meeting on
The JAX AIR: NEWS Is a Civilian :Enterprise Newspaper 18. Disposition of the cases January Include have questions, ask them. The This should be done by each man
distributed each ,Thursday at ,the I/ S- Naval Air ,Station, the following: eighteen lost Interview should be on even personally. "Think hard, write
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing ,Company, a driving and parking privileges a- terms; it's a time for you to find tight and shut up", he advises.
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR board station for various periods; out as much" as the prospective "Hold it to one page, and changeit
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, eight were to employer. for each situation. Don't mass
assigned completea
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by'12:00 noon on Monday before six-hour course in remedial irement"Write 'open' In"t salary re- produce resumes or let someone

publication. News' items are welcomed for all sources- driving at Jax Police Academy; Work out space an he suggests else do It for you."
Telephone EV 9-7711. Ext. 8162. 24 received suspended penalties; later, when agreement this "Try to ,line up jobs within
Advertisements'are solicited by the publisher and queries eight were given warnings; six are ready."you The and the employer about 1201 days of leaving the
;concerning such should; be directed to the Holt Publishing dismissed; two were given fines; man starts between average enlisted service" he recommends.Men .
,,Company,. 4724 Clyde 'Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida and ten were referred to com- $8,000 In his $6,000 and who accept their first and
Telephone 4st-4Q4Q or 359-02 71.iOl.21'N manding officers for possible 20 percent of second the career.Only only offer usually keep that job
disciplinary action.Twentyone above 10000. officers start about 18 months; and those who
V :45 JANUARY 21, 1965 drivers have two choices last about three
were assessed "The *best times
to look tor a years. With three or more
total of
a 104 Traffic job are between
Points ... .. . . June, and..betweenSeptember.and.January 1 and. choices, job terure averages five
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A BACHELOR ENLISTED QUARTERS (BEQ) is being initiated at NAS. Fleet Air Wing pleted, and have voiced strong approval of the plan. The squadron is checking

Eleven and Patrol Squadron Sixteen have begun renovation of Bldg. 720, a build. into the prospect of purchasing bedspreads and curtains with the squadron insignia
I
ing formerly used as a Jr. BOQ and WAVES quarters. The building will become embossed for each room. The men of VP-16, with the aid of Public Works, will j

the quarters of VP-16 enlisted men when the decorating is completed in March. refurbish their own rooms, including a new paint job to many rooms which reflect I

A part of the plan by WingsLant to remodel barracks, the building will have approximately the taste of their former occupants, WAVES. Several rooms are now pretty pink

65 2 man rooms, washing rooms, TV rooms, (for colored TV), and and chartreuse, which needless to say is distasteful to men who like, nothing but ,,.,. .. J I
game rooms which will feature pool and ping-pong tables. Cdr. C. J. Eadie CO, deck gray and pea greenl!

VP-16 and Capt. A. C. Cason, CFAW-11, inspected the model room already com-

reported that four Board mem- Mrs. K. Kerns were the ladies Norad Cavalcade of Music
Herriotof
Navy Wives#86 that worked on this project.The Flight Sergeant Bobby
bers had worked Thursday at
the Canadian Air
Force
Navy Wives Club Jax #86 (Continued From Page 1)) Royal
The members of Navy Wives the TB Assoc. Office on San appears with the band as its famed
the sale of
auto
announce to
Club Jax #86 held a meeting last Marco Boulevard stuffing enve- commence Feb. 1 through tags March the marching counterpart of the trumpet soloist and assslstant
Wednesday evening at their clubhouse be mailed contributors. bandleader. Herriot
lopes to to 19; the location will be the east "Cavalcade Music"Band while plays a
aboard the Naval Air Sta- Mrs. W. Wagner Mrs.J. wing of Building #3 aboard the the NORAD Dlxietones provide trumpet with an elevated bell that I
tion. Mrs. Wilbert Wagner pre- J. Bennett Mrs. J. Lee and Naval Air. Station. the right flavor for lovers of he designed himself It was ,
sided and the following ladies --- --- Dixieland jazz. The Dlxletones especially made for him by an International -
were welcomed Into the organization appear in Cavalcade of Music instrument companyand I
: Mrs. Nell Whitfield and ORANGE PARK concerts and at dance dates. bears his name.

Mrs. Joan Mercy. .. 1
Chairmen of Committee -
standing
gave their reports; all FLORISTWE ''Ii i
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Chairmen were asked to turn In 4 :)
their books to the Audit Committee % ::1
WIRE FLOWERS TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM
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Deli C C ct; ) -f
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meeting In Feb. 1965. ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI
Club President Mrs. Wagner ORANGE PARK, FLA. T

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PAGE" JM AIR NEWSOuT .... 1965--

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J. .., < ) '. c. ,: ,. .. .. ," o'I On AdMat Inspection Again
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Heavy Photographic Squadron Material Inspection by Rear
62 scored a rating of outstanding Admiral Robert Ooldthwaite
at Its annual Administrative and1JtRJ Commander of Fleet Air Jack sonville and his staff last Tuesday
and Wednesday
gP1U1itP.ntlmmfpt This Is the first squadron
achieve the top rating of outstand.
1). ingforthepaststxyearstnarow.
Receiving awards at the personnel -
SEE PAGE 12 AND Inspection held by Rear
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manent appointment to chief
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he came to himself, the driver
Parable Of The
cried, "How doeth the others?" VP-7 Arrives
And the doctor turned and spoke,
Killer Is Safety saying "Two have given up the For Duty In
spirit, and one may soon perishand
SermonWASHINGTON one will never walk again." Puerto RicoPatrol i
And the youth would fain have !
taken his own life In his great Squadron Seven Com-
D.C. ...(NAV- remorse. And he cried in great manded by Cdr T. A. Graham !
I
NEWS.Hear) then the parable anguish, "I have sinned against and home based at NAS Jacksonville II II
of the killer.A .
heaven and before all and am no Florida, arrived aboard ty f ,wk JN 1 I
certain man had a son. And more worthy to be called man." the Naval Station Roosevelt .
the son said to his father, "Fa- Verily I say unto you, he that Roads, Puerto Rico, Saturday, I
ther, give me the portion of goods seeketh attention geteth It (for Jan. 2,to participate in"OPERA- VP-7 arrives in Puerto Rico .
that falleth to me, that I may buy the papers carry the bloody TION SPRINGBOARD 65." Patron The Black Falcons and the ..
'rod' that will "
a really 'scat', story), but great Is the price Seven was the first complete TION SPRINGBOARD." SP-2H Neptune Patrol Bombers I
and his father divided unto him a thereof. squadron JO arriveatRoosyRoads The squadron conducted'such which they fly remained aboard .'
portion of his living. Caution sound Judgment and making this the second exercises as aerial for two weeks and returned on }
And not many days after, the consideration could have saved consecutive year for It to be call- mlnelaylng, low altitude bombIng Jan. 16 to NAS Jacksonville to._ _
son gathered all his inheritance you from the above fate. The ed upon to help lay the groundwork night searchlight operationsand again assume their regularly assigned -
and took
his
together J journey to choice, so often rests with Yoo! for the annual "OPERA- various other exercises. ASW/Patrol duties. j'
a car lot and there bought shiny I
'heap' with a motor that was hot.
And when he had spent all, there
arose a great pride In his heart.
: And he spent his hours polishingand
'I tuning until the time when he
: should show it to his friends with !

great rejoicing. j
And it came to pass that he !
called together his friends, sayIng -
, ; unto them, "Rejoice with uc x" 3 a' s
I, .f me, for I have found me a'rod'
, that will really 'drag1. "And his
friends joined themselves to him
and they 'peeled oot.' I
And tires spun and the stones I
flew and the motor roared and the f

speedometer needle rose and \ .' ., II
great was the rise of It. And :
the driver said within himself, .
"Man thou hast much skill laid :
up for many curves; take thine x
chances, dig and be daring."
And they thought within them-
selves, "This is smart! Thisis \\
great! This gets attention."
And the citizens of the country ,I
looked on In horror. "
And It came to pass that a Bored with/ / the routine ? Military food too predictable? Barracks foo small/ for dancing?
curve turned more quickly than > I
expected. The car crossed the
center line and struck another
head-on and great was the crashof

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Quote, of the Week Club
.- Ace, Ducey "0" Club Movies

"Perhaps there is no business in the
Thursday, January 21
world which leans so heavily on manpower Thursday, January 21 Movies will be shown

as does the military.:" Admiral Happy Hour 4:30-6:30: p.m. at 7 p.m. Monday through regularly Sat /

David L. McDonald, Chief of Friday, January 22 Happy Hour 6-9 3:30-6. pm day.
Dinner p.m.Friday
Malnsldc will have
Naval Operations: two feature
8:30-12:30 a.m.
Mark Castle January 22 times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat-

Saturday, January 23 Hour 3:30-6 p.m. urdays and Sundays. The hOSpital
Happy
STARS & STRIPES March Wilson 8:30-12:30 a.m. Dinner 6-9:30 p.m. will have one feature on suit.day's -
t Music Do Rae Me 8-12 a.m. at 7 p.m
by
I WEBB'SPROFESSIONAL Sunday, January 24 NATTC Theatre will be closed
Saturday January 23 until further notice.
The John "4" 8:30-11:30 p.m
These are subject to
change
t 6-9:30
Dinner p.m.
f Monday, January 25 Music by Johnny Jelinek 8:30- Klddee Matinee at Malnslde
Theatre Saturdays, 2
Happy Hour 4:30-6:30: p.iru 12:30 a.ITUSunday p.m.

.. t LAUNDRY & Tuesday, January 36 January 24 Thursday, January 21

DRY CLEANERS Game Night at 7:30 p.m with Buffet 6-9 p.nu Prime Ribs Malnslde The Caddy jerry
Lewis, Dean Martin
band to followWednesday of Beef
SEAFARERS t Hospital White WarriorSteve
ACROSS RAILROAD FROM January 27 Monday, January 25 Reeves, Georgia Moll

THE NASYUKON Movies sports 8 p.m. Happy Hour 3:30-6 p.m. Friday, January 22
ONLY STAR MACHINE t FLORIDAIN Dinner 6-9 p.m.Tuesday .
.
Malnslde Blood on the Arrow.
TOWNPAT'S CPO Club January 26 Dale Robertson, Martha Hyer
"ONE FRIEND
TAILOR SHOP Dish 6-9 Hospital Babette Goes To War-
Foreign Night p.m.
NEXT TO WEBB'S TELLS ANOTHER"JI Thursday, January 21 (Scandinavian) Brigitte rier Bardot,Jacques Char-

Pizza Night Wednesday, January 27
Saturday, January 23
Friday, January 22 Family Night 6-9 p.m. Fried
Chicken Malnslde Quo Vadls Robert
Dance to Moon Liters Taylor, Deborah Kerr

Saturday, January 23 Hospital The Caddy Jerry
f r 5c Bluejackets Inn Lewis, Dean Martin
Mark Castle
Dance to Klddee Matinee Damon &

J"tt r _4 LOOK Sunday, January 24 Pythias
Thursday, January 21
Dance to Phil Cay Sunday, January 24
....
Carl & 8:301130 -
Monday, January 25 Boyd Rhythm Kings Malnslde Jason & The Argon-
FINE USED .
AT THESE p.m.Friday
Game auats Pat Armstrong, Nancy
Night January 22 Kovac

J MRS TRftttED I Ir. IN ON Tuesday, January 26 Rhythm Kings Plus "One" 9- Hospital Blood on the Arrow a
Dale Robertson, Martha Hye ,
Open 1
a.m.

p.I1,: 65 FORDS, Wednesday, January 27 Saturday, January 23 Malnslde Monday.- Where, January Love 25 Has

Open Carl Boyd & Rhythm Kings 9-
Gone Susan Hayward, Ben
1 a.rn. .
L License Davis
Tag Sunday, January '24 Hospital Quo Vadis Robert

I DUVAl MOTORS SalesThe Rhythm Kings plus "One" 8:30- I Taylor, Deborah Kerr yI

Navy Wives Club Jax #86 11:30 p.m. I Tuesday, January 26 ;

SAN JUAN LOT RIGHT OFF ROOSEVELT announce the sale of Auto tags Monday, January 25 Malnslde Goldfinger Sea
for 1965 to commence Feb. 1, Gert Forbe
,
Connery
f 1965 In the east wing lounge of Pizza 2 for 1 Night Hospital Jason & The Argon't

,,4 "r 63 OLDS "98"$2595 63 FORD. . . $1995 Bldg. 3 aboard the Naval Air Tuesday, January 26 auts Pat Armstrong, Nanc
4 dr. hardtop, full power, Fastback, hardtop, V-8,auto. Station There will be volun- Kovac
lo f air/cond. trans., R&H, PS, Maroon withwhite teers from the Navy Wives Clubon Happy Hour 5-7 p.m. 'Wednesday

top. hand from 8:30 to 4:00 P.M.to Wednesday, January 27. January 27
63 CHEVROLET. . $1995 sell you your tag without having Middle
Malnslde Man In the
t -
: 62 TEMPEST . .. $1095 to off the Base. Game Night 8p.m.BELIAIR .
Wagon, V-8, automatic,R&H, go Robert Mitchum France Nuye
4 dr. sedan, k,
autotrans.,R&H.
power steer/brakes, air/ -., --.r,.-, ...,., ,, Hospital Where Love Has Gone-
".< << ?' ,
Maroon with Maroon inter 'I ", '..' '" ," ; r ? .,, ,,. t'' Davis
cond. 1,> < > Susan Hayward, Bette
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62 FORD GAlAXIE. $1295 62 FALCON. . ... .$1295 "-.:" 'i.;' ,'' >> "'# < N I wouldn't mind the govern
4 door hardtop, V-8, autoSta.. Wag.,4 door,Auto trans. b '> ::" ,,0, : #: ..'> ,...,, '": >, ment living beyond Its Income If ;
matic, R&H. R&H. S,> < < J 1i" ""t < '1'''It. it wasn't living beyond mine too.
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62 FORD.$1395 ;,i:;;< 1
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SQUARE USO Notes LAFRA Unit 126

Two new members, Shirley : :;;t "': : : ,; ,
DANCE Smith and Mary Hixson were Initiated "' m'l:::I:: y..(i "
Thursday, January 21 and welcomed into the Unit :L:i r-, 'fl' ri
4.. ........
Especially for Military Per- Homemade Goodies Night at the January meeting. .:;,..,." ..&' ..u... ..w.,..,;..::.;..,...;.;':'>>;'.:N.:;, ,.".;...................'....,....w'"........,!
sonnelNo Vice President, Rose Zellmin,
charge Free Refreshments Friday, January 22 gave a report on membership, Ad should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
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the Christmas and New Year activities
COME ONE, COME ALL January Birthday Party, 8- ,.aoo announced that the Tuesday for publication the (clicking Thursday. Ads arriving
11p.m. Unit Birthday Ball will be held too late for this deadline will be published the 'following -
Friday, January 22 at 8:30 P.M. February 20.Hospital week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
Lutheran Service Center Saturday, January 23 Chairman Mildred check or money order for the 'full cost of the ad must be

19 W. Forsyth Street Mystery Night, 8-11 p.m. Whitmire read a letter of ap- received WITH the copy for the ad.
preclation for the ward party received DO NOT SEND CASH
ssss Sunday, January 24 from Mrs. Ott, Recrea- RATE: Minimum charge((3 lines). .. . . .$1.00
CHURCH of CHRIST tion Supervisor at the U.S. Naval Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.35
St. Johns Presbyterian Church IbspltaL
5223 WESCONNETT BLVD. Movie A Gathering of Eagles a rasssssst -- ta- -
NEAR NAS Agnes Iblm read the report .
JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD. for Americanism Chairman Connie "
SINGER AUTOMATIC CONSOLE NEW GE DISHWASHER Fully
Monday, January 25 Cow art. The report consisted -
SUNDAYS: of Interesting historical happenings MODEL guaranteed pay $62.00or automatic. Nothing down. $1.25
10:00 A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP Sugar Plum Fantasy, 8-11 p.m. occurlng during the reliable party can pay $8. a weekly. Call Joyce 3893672.

11:00: A.M. WORSHIP Tuesday, January 26 month of January. mon. Sewing machine Zig-Zags.
6:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICEWEDNESDAY makes button holes, sews on but
Game Night The Board of Directors will tons, etc. Call 353-1946 (dayor 1962 CHEVY II400 Convertible-
: meet at 7673 Blandfng Blvd. on night) Will deliver, no obli- std trans, red w/whlte top, R&H,
7:30: P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE Wednesday, January 27 January 28 to complete plans for gation. A-1 Sewing Machine Co. bucket seats, excl cond., good
CHURCH PHONE SP 1-5075 entertaining National President tires, ext. 8655. Lt. Fallen.
MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646 Disc Jockey Show Christine Pope and National
FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto
Treasurer RachelBullwlnklewhowill
NAS $50. down $50. month.
be visiting this area onFeb- Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- 1963 MG 100 SEDAN $1000.
urary 8 and 9.FRA. 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. ExcL cond., Call Lcdr WfliBeck-
er, NAS BOQ 11 ext. 501-502.
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE
126The
AND THE BEACHES FOR SALE 1962 Chevy II 4

members of Branch dr. Sedan,R&H,Auto.Trans. Low HOUSE FOR SALE Ig 2 story
s e and Unit 126 salute the Fleet mileage. Call Chief rosser,ext. shingle, 3 bdrs, 2 car garage,
Reserve Association's 40th Anni- 592-8564 during working hours. $16,000. lowdownpayment.1253
versary by conducting a vigorous Edgewood Ave, or 388-
membership drive with an UNFURN. APT FOR RENT 8809.
FRITZ anniversary slogan of 65,000 Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3BR
1 PARMANRet. Members for 1965! Kit. Equip. mi. NAS $115 mo.
According to the informa- Owper 7718697. RECONDITIONED TV's GUAR-
CPO tion projected by Douglas H ANTEED. Priced from $35.0Q
owner Johnson, Membership Chairman, Nothing down. $L25weekly. Call
at the recent business meeting, DNTWN JAX f1JRN APT- Lewis' 389.367L
the organization of the Fleet Reserve 557 Oak. 3 rms,plus bath $12.50or
Association is fraternal, $50. mo. pl utlL Adults only.

Harold Par Ian Mayport TIRI 1 protective, and social. One thatis EV 8-9886. FISH CAMP FOR LEASE 5
Fritz Parman, Jr. Roosevelt interested in the enlisted man mi. west of T iec, 2 mi. So.
Lou Webber Normandy of the Navy and Marine Corps FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex A-1-A at Boggy Creek. four
who makes the service his 3-plcx. 4-plex. 3 mU NAS $115 existing bldgs. launching ramp,
career. In view of this reasoning, mo. Owner 771-8697. approx. 1 1/2 acres on water.
H SPEED EQUIPMENT career enlisted men and FRA As is $100 mo. or will remodelfor
members should be synonymousterms. AIR CONDITIONED 3 Bdr. suitable tenant. EL 4-0193
1 1 House for sale near NAS and day or night.
RASING SiaCKS, :GBROlyl MPESTACHOMEteWS The benefits of membershipare Cecil. VA FHA, small dwn
many. Disclosing a few of paymt, mo paymt $69. IncL taxes
& FLOOR SMlFTSNO the major accomplishments the and ins. Call 771-5192. REAL ESTATE: Information on
FRA has gained for enlisted personnel sales, purchases, equities, or
DOWN PAYMENT through the past forty ORANGE PARK Split level. 3 FHA VA homes, call WalterT.
one finds' Pay increases bdrm, 2 1/2 bath. Central A/C, Bowen, USN Rtd. Charter
USN used on the cost of living index Patio. Owner 2646186. Real Estate Co. 387-6511 or
WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE Den,
for active duty, Fleet Re- 387-2851 at night.
serve and retired personnel;nor- Hills
HOME FOR SALE Ortega
WITH PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES mal from shore
rotation sea to
7449 Greenway Dr., 3 or 4 bed-
FREEWHEEL FREE FREE duty policy; mobile homes trans- rms., 2 baths, large wooded lot INSURANCE LOW RATES
fer allowance; protection of sea cent. air cond and heating, like For safe drivers, S R 22's filed
WHEELALIGNMENT BRAKE pay and hazardous duty pay .new, only 9 mote old, $20.500, meets base requirements
BALANCE ADJUSTMENT! allowances; relocation $1,500 down. CALL: 3887889. monthly terms,for fast courteous
allowance; and many others! service through Independent
Qualification for membershipto USED TV CLEARANCE 10 to Agent.
BLACK RECAPS 670x15' BtK 750 14' the Fleet Reserve Associationare choose from. $25.00 and up. ROBINSON AGENCY 354-6191
13' & 14 WSWTBLSS795 : Career men with four or Phone 3872121. 1507 Margaret Street at 5 Points
more years active enlisted ser-
is P10.K vice, Navy or Marine, active dutyor
retired; officers promoted
Jrom the enlisted ranks.

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I Nursery Starts '65 Navy Relief


With 240 Toddlers VolunteersAre

A tai

Since Its beginning In 1947 the Navy Wives' Nursery at the Naval Honored
Air Technical Training Center has been the "first school and second
I home" for approximately 4,500 bright, energetic boys and girls of Mrs. Robert J. Cales andMrs. "
service personnel and civilian employees aboard the Naval Air Sta- John T. Dilley were recently
_ _ honored for 1600 hours of volun-
tion.Today the nursery, a nonprofit natural aptitude in preparationfor teer Navy Relief Society service l
organization sponsored by the enrollment In elementary with the Jacksonville Auxiliary ,

enlisted men's Navy Wives Club school. .
#86, has 240 children enrolled. Mrs. Walter H. Bedard who Rear Admiral Robert. Goldth-
The nursery Is located In building teaches French, music, letters, waite, Commander Fleet Air VOLUNTEERS HONORED. .Mrs. Robert J. Coles, (center) and
560, and Is staffed by 20 well and reading has been with the Jacksonville, and CaptalnJohnR. Mrs. John T. Dilley (second from left), recently presented awardsfor
trained personnel who work In two nursery for 15 years said, "We Mackroth, Commanding Officer, volunteer Navy Relief Society services at the NAS Jacksonville
shifts. They are supervised by try to teach the children to think NAS Jacksonville, presentedMrs. Auxiliary gather with (left to right) Capt. J.R. MackrothNAS CO,
Mrs. May UMlddleton. branch and be self-reliant. Every effortis Robert J. Cales with a 1000 Mrs. K.S. Fortson, ExecutiveSecretary for the Auxiliary & RAdm.
nursery Is located, In the Naval made to puke them happy because hour award for her volunteer ser- Robert Goldthwaite, Commander Fleet Air Jax..
Hospital's compound for mothers .thls'b their first experience vices. Mrs. John T. Dilley was
who are visitors or patients of the with-school" presented with a 600 hour award
hospital.For Along with the gleaming kitchen for her services with the auxi- DUtlDT(}

the chlldrenenrolledlnthe that Is used In preparing thechildren's liary.
nursery's junior or senior kin- meals, the nursery The ceremonies marked the
dergarten the day starts at 9:00 maintains a lunch room, play first 1000 hour award to be pre- cEIHClwvI'olet' .
a.m. From then and until the ground, television room,laundry, sented to any volunteer at Jacksonville BMBBMBHI
classes end at 12:00 p.m. certi- and bus service for kindergarten Naval Air Station.
fied teachers try to bring out their students who live aboard the base. Mrs. Robert J. Cales and Mrs.
John T. Dilley have been active
""'7"- '

.".,._--'i.._- .. fi"..-" ._r .r Bennett Calls For volunteers Auxiliary since at the 1963 Jacksonville, and they

w., ,.,......
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''. ...-:::,. are Chairman and Co-Chairman, CHEVROLET in Jacksonville
,Scholarships In respectively, of Volunteer Women
for the Jacksonville area.
Medical Field The Jacksonville Auxiliary DOWNTOWN-

presently has four branch offi- 924 LAURA ST. at ORANGE
WASHINGTON, D.C. --- To
,r help meet the need for 60,000
Corp families In need of emer-
more doctors In the United
financial aid of a relief
States by 1975, U.S.Rep.CharlesE. gency
nature. They are located at NAS
Bennett, of Jacksonville,Fla.,
today introduced legislation In the Cecil Field, NAS Sanford, Fla., On target money help
NAS Glynco, Ga., and NATTC t
House of Representatives callingfor
a scholarships for NAS, Jax. stationed
program
reedy students of medicine, Mrs. King S. Fortson Exe- wherever you're
cutive Secretary for the Jacksonville -
osteopathy and dentistry.The .
Auxiliary, was also pre-
senior member of the
sent at the presentation.Both .
t N ) powerful House Armed Services
+ p .. sir nI.
ladies reside at NAS,
I. Commence also Introduced bill
to eliminate the"Doctor's draft" Jacksonville.

Y by providing for physicians and PROOr't;
BiU-Ef
rF dentists for the Armed Forces by 1..
y
establishing scholarships.
r.
Bennett, one of the leaders In u y
Congress In passing the Health
: Professions Education i

Assistance Act Program In the
4p4 A tMl \
BEAUTY AND TALENT Mary 88th Congress, said he had long
been Interested In the critical
Ann Mobfey, Mitt America of 1959, -
demand for doctors and facilities
prove thai beauty and talent can in which to train them.

be combined She'i currently making "With the passage of the Health _
\
her first film In Hollywood /<>/. P rofessions Educational

lowing a season in tunnner stock Assistance Act, providing for
IMPERIAL construction grants for medical
schools, and loans to students
who want to go Into one of the
Starts JAN. 21 fields of medicine, our nation
4 I II
BATTLE OF THEBLONDES took a giant step In providing for L4Q. ;

tists an Increase," Bennett In said.doctors and den- : I 9t'v/J: Borrow confidently from HFCHFC

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wee ll wr k J r/ Meat Company men do each year: Borrow confidently and repay

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through most of the year.
S Marks 15thYr The town Itself begins to takeon :
bring a hurried air almost as If It ; l E : ,: ;

would match the speed of the n ... .. .. .. .'IRiII'ft'R., ilI'h"
thundering brute auto racers that

I n Sports Racing i ,1for 1 already arrival have the left last foreign of thejnonth t shores 111..i t

Fifteen years of auto road racing I!III!! at Sebring. -
1950-51 on a New Years Eve saw the first of 15 auto road races Race week Itself, and the great
day always falling on a Saturday Austin And Kloman Pace Navy"Cagers"
that was to bring fame and world renown throughout succeeding yearsto the last week of
drivers, some still driving and others departed to the land of usually during

ever waving cheered nags. nd'. 27. Is In the bean of the citrus March registration each year and Inspection, starts off of with entrants In 7th Straight WinPaced

Sebrlng. ayear-r belt. Undulating hills and wide cars.
well-knit small community,halfway -
to anywhere in Central expanses of orange, lemon and Timing and scoring of each entry by the high scoring.of UR's Chuck Austin and Hospital's
famed Route grapefruit groves heavily laden from the time the green flag Fred Kloman the Jax Navy "cagers1" took two games from NAS Cecil
Florida spotted on
keeps the country's citizens busy falls on the seventy entrant's cars Field this past week-end, 77-74 and 69-56, while they kept theirIt
at 10 a.m. until more than one winning streak Intact and advanced to seven straight games In the
thousand miles later at 10 p.m. Florida-Georgia Interservlce Confei rence.
and the checkered flag, takes a Jax Navy, sporting a 9-4 recon 1 in conference play, will put It's
team of an specially trained crew winning streak on the line this week end when they again go up againstand
who spend the long 12 hours work- NAS Cecil Field here this Friday Saturday night. (Game timeIn
Ing on an assigned entry'exceptfor 8 p.m. Bldg. 3.)
official relief periods, only "Cecil Field has an up and the Jax Navy win.
getting to see the balance of the coming team that could surpriseand Fred Kloman took the spot-
race If their car has been offi- upset any team In the con- light In Saturday nights game as
cially retired.A ference," stated Jax Navy'scoach he dumped In 22 points In the
far cry from the early days O. G. "Rich" RIcherson, second half to overcome Cecil's
Racing.W.AAftV'A.fcV with no-one ever having heard of "so this week-end's games 33-32 half time advantage and
Sebring, 'Florida to the present should be a couple of good ones." boost Jax Navy to a 69-56 vic-
where the 1965 event will have a Friday night's game, the first tory. Kloman wound up scoring

It }7ZAi:1'M1tN'.ONNI.:: :: t. W+'A 1\i'\WlQ:::9VONVJWH.YtW..YMS: : : .vINASVMVImtWAS9.Yi. .YdwAY'1\uwv.-0ply.l.YNUM S.M:..::::::;1.t full sized radio network with played In Cecil Field's new gym- 31 points In the game.A .

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?USAVIVW.AA U .*- .:. !*MV'VJV.X* V.vVrtX::-:*:.*.r.V'V*"%X"W"r. ::.::.::::::.;:::::= m, : j:::::::;.; :: ::1 equipment necessary for com- with Cecil Field tieing the gameat defense which coupled with It's

: : plete coverage. 74-74 with but four minutes fast break enabled the Jax teamto
McDuff> 'time ,8 o'clock
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break the In the
Fifteen years and a gaining left to play In the game. Sud- game open
Increase in popularity each year denly awakening to what was go- final two minutes and enjoy It's
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wi'POWELL with spectators coming from all Ing on the Jax Navy "cagers" cozy 13' point final advantage.
over the world by car, train, put on a fine display of defen- Bobby Warner FICEUR,was
plane and hltchiklng with many sive play to hold NAS Cecil score- credited with fine defensive playIn
coming by private plane, as less In the final four minutes, the game as he "hawked" the
another factor that only the Se- collect three points themselves, ball where ever It went.
PLYMOUTHPresents bring circuit can boast, having and squeeze out a 77-74 victory. Coach RIcherson credited the
a fully maintained FAA approved Chuck Austin took the scoring entire squad for It's good floor
airport facilities on the .edge honors for Jax Navy as he zip- play and said, "After a shaky
of one of It's fast high speed ped In 29 counters followed by start I think the Jax Navy squad
straights. Fred Kloman who tallied 20 points has been knitted Into a real fine
ball club."


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MAD':s' Corporal Palmer Brings Florida State Records Fall At meter place In breast the 9 stroke and ;10 and year Viki 50? '

Mills, 3rd place In the 13 and 14

Karate To NAS Jacksonville HAS 2nd Annual Swim MeetThe year .girls' 100 meter breaststroke

By SSgt. Ed Batten Sax Navy won 7 3rd place
Second Annual Naval Air Station Swimming Meet was held trophies and one 2nd place trophy
Karate has come to the Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, at the NAS Indoor Pool Saturday where 12 Florida state records in the relay events.
with the joining of Marine Corporal Richard J. Palmer, stationed fell beneath, .the_powerful. ..strokes. of the swimmers representing ten Other Navy dependents! swim-
with the Marine Aviation Detachment, Naval Air Technical TrainIng teams from the Jacksonville area. ming on other teams,faired much
Center. The Beaches Aquatic Club won year girls' 50 meter,freestyle;' better than the Jax Navy team itself -
Palmer, 'a small-framed Marine who wears glasses, looks more the 72 event meet with a total Larry Brown, .3rd place in the Jim Ward copped three list
like a spectator than an athelete, but looks are deceiving. The authorof of 519 points. Good Shepherd 13 and 14 year Boys' 50 meter place trophies and one 2nd place.
this article kept trying to spot the calloused knuckles of an expert Swim Team racked up 421 pointsto freestyle; Jenny Bunn 3rd placein Greg Hardy, an AAU national record
In Karate, but to my amazement his hands were smooth and cop the runner-up spot while the 13 and 14 year girls' 50 holder, copped four winning
unmarred as he rapidly typed reports and forms during the inter- 400 1/2 points netted the Florida meter butterfly; Kathy Nauman, trophies, Dennis Hayes grabbedoff
view in the administration office of Marine Aviation Detachment Yacht Club swim team 3rd place. 3rd place In the 9 and 10 year four 1st and one 2nd place
where he works as a clerk t/plst. This was the beginning of an education Jax Navy finished in the 4th slot Girls' 200 meter, individual med- trophy, Greg Wilson copped two
for .the. .author. and a new respect for the sport of Karate. with a 252 point total Good Shepherd ley; VIki Mills, 2 1d' place and 1st ,am one 3rd, and Fletcher..
!in tOO mma 01 many, u Karate girls won the girls' team Jenny Bunnard, 3rd place, in the Kafka won three events.
Is considered deadly..a secret slon but of self-defense. Every trophy, while Beaches Aquatic 13 and 14 year Girls' Individual
and violent art, with the men having citizen has the moral right to took the boys' and overall trophy. 200 meter medley; Dennis Bunn,
calloused knuckles and gro- defend himself, and In the pre- Individual trophy winners from 3rd place in the Boys' individual It usually takes a person lon-
tesque hands that are capable of sent age It Is best to be well Jax Navy Included: Greg Whit- 200 meter medley; B. Schultz, ger to say what be thinks thanto
breaking boards,bricks and tiles; prepared. more, 3rd place in the 11 and 12 3rd place, in the Girls' 50 meter, tell what he knows.
a deadly art with no purpose In Corporal Palmer earned the year old Boys 100 meter free- breast stroke;Kathy Nauman,2nd Construction Digest.
our civilization where violenceIs coveted Black Belt of Karate, style; Ellen Smalling, 3rd placein
abhorred. ]1st degree (Shodan) while study- the 13 and 14 year girls 100
Instructions in the art were Ing under Mr. Htoshl Akiyama, meter freestyle; Jill Stephanson -
until 6th 3rd place In the 11 and 12 The Following Business Finns
kept a secret 1901. Introduction degree Black Belt (Rokudan), ,
to Japan was made by and Is authorized to teach Karate t::: v':: }"':r ; ..\. :":,. :: Are Proud to Announce
Gichln Funakoskt, an Oklnawlan and promote up to Brown Belt, :' v '. '
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Master In 1917. Karate grew ]1st degree (Shodikan style). Ife : f)1' )) ..' Their: SponsorshipOf
rapidly, It Is now being played as Is a member of the Japan Karate < 'I": i. .
a sport all over the world, and Association, and In accordancewith ,'"< The
Is a legally constituted art recognized their constitution of Karate,
and administered by the only a qualified Black Belt holder
Minister of Education In Japan. may teach this oriental art. it 2nd ANNUAL NAS-JAX
Karate's ultimate purpose Is Corporal Palmer hopes In the ::
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to aid Its practitioners on their near future to establish a Dojo ,
way through life-to make abetter (Karate Club) In the Jacksonville INVITATIONALSWIM -
person and hence a better citizen area and teach his style of
In Japanese, Karate means Karate, but was quick to caution
"Empty Hands", that Is, It Is a that "Shodikan style Karate Is a
system of lightning-fast retalia- sport, and does not participate In MEET
tions against an armed or unarmed crowd pleasing spectacular acts
opponent In which the but Is an Ideal physical culture, .
Karate man uses nothing more and my technique'Palmer added, K
than his trained body. teaches Karate as a fine sport
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personality. It is a mental measure only."
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Service Wives MANAGEMENT
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Bowling Tournments
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I Pearl Stankaites rolled the All-Station tournaments in
high game, 192, and the high handball, tennis and pingpongwill
''SIMPLE set, 536, In recent "kegler" be held in the near future
action of the NAS Service Wives for all military personnel on the
Bowling league. station.
Audrey Sorsolell converted a Participants in the tournies ,, p
: 3-7 split in the weeks bowling must be on active duty for a per 1
action. iod of 90 days or longer and must
'AS. The league standings are: not be contemplating leave,
Blizzards* 42-22 transfer or discharge during the
Tornadoes 39-25 time of the tournaments.
Hurricanes 31-33 Final plans will be promulgated
Monsoons 29-35 and published as soon as rea-
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