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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 4, 1965
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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VOL. 23 WO. 34 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA NOVEMBER 4, 7965 '

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MPO ConductsRecall Following BALLS MARINE are SCHEDULE CORPS times Marine Impact Funds .. :l 4


Corps Birthday Balls get under- ; /
wayand places they will be held.

ExerciseApproximately Officers What Are They?

NAS Officers' Club (8:30( p.m.)
20 sailors and Waves attached to the NAS Jax
Staff NCO
military personnel office have been engaged in "Operation Double Geo. Washington Hotel ((7 p.m.) What are Federal Impact Funds for education? How much of
Barrel" for the past two weeks. these funds does the Duval County School System receive? How
"Operation Double Barrel" is a mock up of the events that Enlisted much Federal money is paid for my childs education?
would l transpire if partial or total mobilization was ordered. NAS Hanger #116 These are but a few of the
This operation simulates the questions being asked by Navy
recall of reserve personnel in men and civilian employees of the '
certain categories to active duty. Navy concerning the Federal
Certain Selected Reservists in Celebrate 190th
the Local Marines To Impact Funds paid to the local
Florida area hold "hippocket" school system. In an effort to
orders to report to NAS
answer some of these questions
Jacksonville in the event of the Jax Air News has obtainedthe
mobilization. The air station Of Next Wednesday :
has been named a Distribution Birthday Corps following the funds.information concerning -

Activity for the processing of
recalled reservists prior to their Federal Impact Funds for education
reporting to their ultimate duty : li r; i... Iialiii -, ... ;;ii are paid to local school
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Reserve personnel, completed] ... ..rr school systems called upon to
the necessary processing and N support a large\ number of children -
sent these Reservists to their who are dependent of service -
duty stations. personnel or civilian employees -
Lcdr. J. A.Nichols.NAS, Military of the (1. S. (;overnmrnt.:
Personnel Officer the Jacksonville Y 3t The rate of payment may vary
coordinator for the exercise from area to area but in Duval
said last Tuesday that the County the U.S.GoverluJ1ent pays
operation was going smoothlyand the County $200 per year per
could already be considereda school age child who resides on
success. The operation ends base. If the child resides off
tomorrow. base the payment is $100 per
A seven man team attachedto year.In.
(USNR Distribution Team Divi- s.r the Duval County School
sion 3-7 from Brooklyn, N. Y. r t 1 'i td 1r System one out of every eight ,
are taking their annualtwoweeksactive students are dependents of mill- "
duty for training to assist

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At HAS Jax l Survey Curds. .. ,

where the Marine Corps founded Nov.
MARINE BIRTHPLACE-At Tun's Tavern in Philadelphia, was
The NAS Jax Navy Exchange 10, 1775, early recruiters used drummers to attract men for service as sharpshooters aboard Navy ships. It ha come to the attention of
recently added still another con- Navy officials) that some parentsof
vience for its patrons in the formof Amid glittering candles, fes- Philadelphia. For it was then and The year 196.r! has become another Navy dependent children cur-
a Navy Exchange Guest House. tive (pomp and circumstance and there that an organization knownas year In Marine Corps his- rently attending Duval County
The Guest I House; located in solemn remonies to recall past Marines was formed as a tory that has found them answer- Schools do not intend to sign the
building 803, a former married glories, Jacksonville Marines branch of the United States Navy. ing the call to trouble. Theyhave )....federal Impact Survey cards
junior officers' quarters, will will gather with old shipmates and been deployed twice this year to which weredistributedtodepend-
serve as a transit; living quarters friends next Wednesday:; eveningto Their primary mission at that opposite{ sides of the world to cm children of Federal employees -
for any active duty and retired toast the TJOth anniversary of time was to serve aboard Navy protect American interests and during the past week.It .
personnel and their guest. their beloved Corps. ships as sharpshooters. The preserve freedom. (5( desired to {point out that
Howard D. Ruthledge, a Navy Folklore experts say the Ma- Navy Ships would pull alongsidethe The combination of Vietnam failing to sign these survey cards
Exchange official explained the rine Corps story is a sweeping enemy ship and Marines and the Dominican Crisis earlier would accomplish no useful pur-
need for suds a service. liThe epic, a classic example of The would shoot the enemy with their this year brought together elements pose and, in fact, would operateto
apartments can serve as temp- Great American Adventure. rifles. of two Marine Divisions, the detriment of all concerned. -
orary quarters for families reporting Practical men disagree. They From this humble beginning in action simultaneously for die Failure to sign\ the cards
to NAS and the commandcan will tell you that after ripping 190 years ago, the Marine Corps first time since World War II, would not result in the deprivation -
also utilize the facilities for away the celophane and tinsel has grown from strictly ship- when there were six Marine Divisions of the Federal Impact mov-
official visitors, he said. wrapping, the colorful characters board duty to an elite land, sea, all operating in the Pac- ies from the school system, but
"These are only two instancesof the stirring hymn, the spit and air unit. ific.The would merely place an extra administrative -
their use. ', there are many and polish, the rowdy liberties, Few years have gone by in the Third Marine Division was burden on Naval
more." the bone-deep sunburns, and a history of the Corps that they have fighting the Viet Cong Vietnam units in the area to verify the
There are only two apartments certain, peculiar way of doing not been in action some place in when elements of the Second Mar- dependency status of the child-
available at this time, but as the world. Throughout their en- ine Division based at Camp ren of certain members of their
other married junior officers things-after taking there things tire history, the Marines have Lejeune, N.C., went to Santo commands to the Duval County
quarters are vacated additional away all you really have leftto always been a unit that stressedthe Domingo in the Caribbean. School System.Additionally.
apartments will open. When show for the Marine Corpsis importance of being ready for Today, the Third Marine Div- regardles of
the Guest House is complete, a chronological record of raw any situation,any time,any place. ision elements of the First what one may feel about the cur
there will be 10 two bedroom courage in one hell hole after Their slogan today is "A Forcein Marine Division, the First Marine rent school situation in Duval
apartments and 8 three bedroom another. Readiness" which means they Air Wing and air units of County, it is in the interests of .'
apartments.The But either way you look at it- can move on a moment's notice the Third Marine Air Wing form all to ensure the .)chocl l system
apartments are completely as an adventure story or combat with a ready force to meet any receive the impact funds inorder
record-it all started Nov. 10, trouble or: situation in any pan 2
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by Chaplain F. R. McA/isfer/
ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

In a book of sermons published some years ago Dr. Robert
Edward's Chapeland McCracken looks at a question asked by many sincere peopleIn
for twentieth century "What does religion
C Day the mid matteras
WoveHospital/ long as one is decent?
Those who i The question reveals the desire by many for an easy -
SUNDAY MASSES goodness. Being decent removes the necessity, in their
Hospital - - 0630St. Sinking, of struggling with beliefs and the problems that beliefs
Survive to > Edward's raise It is for them a substitute for going to Church for praying
f Chapel - 0900 & 1100 and for thinking about life and death and pain and evil.

Mior Those ; Being decent is certainly something because there is a great
DAILY MASSESSt. deal of indecency masquerading as acceptable behavior abroad in
Edward's: the land. The problem of substituting decency for religion as
'
who d/dot ,; : Monday thru Friday 1130 the norm for desirable behavior is that 'decency' is not self ,
< Saturday - - 0900 sustaining. Decency becomes a sliding value. And indecent bathing: 4

Naval Hospital: suit of a generation ago covered more that is frequently seen in
Friday - - 1205 of ;
generation
Church now. Indecent jokes a are now acceptable ,
in many public speeches. ,,1
) : CONFESSIONSSt. Decency to be of any value must be rooted in the nature of things "
Edward's : and bound up with principle and conscience and have eternal founds !
Saturday - 1900 2000 tions in a moral order, or It will be at the mercy of the fluctuating ;,'
Sunday -- --- 0815 0845; currents of thought and fashion to which we are exposed. t

*x/. 1015 1045 Rudyard Kipling has his British Tommey say, "Take me east of
Sunday - -0615 Ten Commandments." Awayfrom familiar \
...., : Hospital: Suez where there ain't no
surroundings and the loyalties they inspire decency crumbles under
CATECHISM CLASSES the stress and strain of novel customs and forces.
Chapel Annex Building 722: Mere decency is not enough because mere decency is little more
A Time to Remember. Saturday's 1000 than a reflection of what is truly good. The image of genuine good-

ness is best seen in the character which religion produces.

And Plan for Tomorrow DIVINE PROTESTANTAll SERVICES determines Religion behavior.matters because religion demands belief and belief

Saints' Chapel Decency is something, and something desirable, but decencyhas
Fony seven years ago, a group of men met in a railroad din- value and direction and stability only as it acknowledges the
ing car, in the Forest of Compiegne, France, and signed a truce Laws of God as its basis and as it grows out of religious belief
ending World War I. The date was Nov. 11, 1918. SUNDAY'S that the Laws of God are indeed the final determination of good-
_ In the years that passed, other men have met and signed truces 0800 - --Holy Communion ness.
ending wars in which thousands have died. Those who survived will 0930 & 1100 -Divine Worship

never forget their experiences.
Every year, countless men and women all over the world, young SUNDAY SCHOOL Take All You Want
and old, pause for a moment of recollection and silent prayer at ------Chapel Annex
11 a.m., Nov. 11. Building 722WEDNESDAY's

In the United States we know this day as Veterans Day and we But Eat All You TakeOur
hold commemorative services at the Tomb of the Unknowns in
Arlington National Cemetery. In England, their dead are honoredin 1900ChoirRehearsal
front of the Cenotaph in London, and In France, at the,Arch of
Triumph Paris. SECOND MONDAY of Each Month General Mess operates of delicacies for the forthcoming
0930 Chapel Women's Guild for the purpose of feeding our Holidays.
This is the day on which everyone remembers. Those of us now
Small men the best meals possible. The Your help in conserving food, ;
in service have our memories also. We honor our comrades in arms ( Chapel) I
total budget for a day's three thereby'reducing operating COMS,
in various ways. Many of us take part in memorial services in
the air and on land and sea. There are some of us who, this year, U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL meals, however, is fixed at$1.13, will enable the General Mess to
Sunday's - 1000 and expenses must be kept within further Improve the quality of
be
for
may too busy to pause and pray, we will be fighting yet another
action, many miles from our homeland. this fixed daily ration rate.It your meals and, In addition, will
And there may be some of us who will be remembered at this will be necessary to reduce allow accumulation of additional
time next year. Traffic ViolationsThe the operating expenses of the funds for the Holiday mea!:;.

But no matter where or how we spend the day of Nov. 11, 1965, Mess in the near future to bring Various ways by which you can
we should remember why those before us have passed on. The causesof following is a of expenses within this limitationand help conserve food and save dol

. ... the past are the same as the causes today -- to preserve motor vehicle accidents report and traf- to accumulate a limited reserve lars are outlined in a bulletin
r and protect the freedoms that we so very much enjoy. fic violations for the period 26 to cover increased costs available at all mess halls.

We do not want to live under a dictatorship, monarchy or com- October through 1 November. Marines Birthday Continued from Page 1 1a I
munism. We enjoy the form of government that has been in this Number of Accidents
since its birth. We those who after team in Vietnam-the III MAF ed a variety of equipment and
country want come us to enjoy This Week . . .5
that same freedom and consequently, we have to fight and sometimesdie Total Accidents this year (Marine Amphibious Forces). techniques Those were the same
to preserve it. through 1 November 201 The Marine Corps showed its Marines who are now using that
This year, when we pause at 11 a.m.Nov., remember the past, Number of Accidents through versatility and ability to react training in Viet Nam.
think of the.present) and plan for tomorrow. (AFPS) October '64 . . 198 quickly when the Dominican Cri- On November 10, Marines the
sis erupted. The Marines began world over will celebrate the
Total number of
S. C. Continued from Page 1 .MPO Continued from Page 1 Jin last days since to land within an hour after 190th birthday of the Corps More'
receiving orders. of them will collabrate-this date
"Operation Double Barrel" in
Injury a motor vehicle accident -
to assisit in providing quality ea- They are : Capt. V. W. Am- . . . .9 When the President ordered in a combat zone than at any
ucation to the dependent childrenof brose, Cdr. M. Kinney (Wave) Number of ViolationsThis American fighting units ashorein time since the Korean conflict.

military personnel. Lcdr. D. Lynn,Lcdr II. P.Wher- Week . .. . .26 Vietnam, it was the 9th Mar- The year 1965 was a year of
Accordingly all Navy ry, Lcdr. L. G. R. Spoliansky Speeding . . .6 ine Expeditionary Brigade which action for the Corps. It gave
,
sponsorsof Lt. A. Silo and H. Kornblum, Reckless Driving . 0 was called upon first. Its 3000 them a chance once again to show
dependent children
attending Marines have been the American public and the world
followed
DKC. by
public schools in Duval Countyare Going through Stop Sign .0, in
This is the first simulated recall Other Violations . .20 almost ten times that number to that they are indeed a "Force
requested to sign and return form the III MAF Readiness" and that Marines are
,
operation to be held at NAS Thirty one drivers appeared now operating
the Federal Impact Survey cardsas J ax. Personnel from EPOOLANT before the Traffic HearingBoardat successfully along the coastal ready to fight any kind of fight,
required this is in the best and BuPers were on hand to the meeting held on 2 plains of Vietnam. Recently the any time, any place, and any
interest of all concerned. witness the operation. November. Disposition of. the Marines, combining a land, sea way for the protection of America
-- .- cases included the following: and air attack, trapped and kill- and the freedom of all peo
Eleven lost driving and parking ed over 600 Viet Cong. This ple.
privileges aboard station for was the first time the Viet Cong Impact Funds

=: various periods; Two were elected to fight the Marines head- 1
assigned to complete an eight- on. Continued from Page
hour in In Santo Domingo the civilian
course remedial drivingat Mar- tary personnel our
NATTC; One were assignedto ines were prepared for street of the U. S. Govern
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian employees
Enterprise Newspaper
fighting
complete a six hour coursein and riot control. In The total number of schoolchildren
ment.
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, remedial driving at Jax Po- Vietnam they're fighting in the County
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a lice Academy; Five received rillas in their native habitat.guer- by Federal Impact Funds Is more
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR suspensions; Nine were given Today, about one -fifth of the than 14,000.
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, warnings; Eight dismissed; and entire Marine Corps is committed The local school system receives -
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before Two referred to commanding to Vietnam's fight for about $1.5' million each
officers for
;., publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- possible disciplinaryaction. freedom.The year in impact funds.
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. Marine Corps is trained Navy officials pointless out that
Advertisements solicited '1. E. Continued from for any kind of war. Its members of the child
are by the publisher and queries Page 1 keep than la: percent
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing furnished including tevelsion and ibious, ready with massive amph- ren live on base. The parents

Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida air conditioning.Reservations techniques exercises to test new warfare of the remainder either pay prop with
and
. Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. will be acceptedof old ones. Last to ImProve erty taxes In accordance based
a first come, first :served conducted spring Marines local laws or pay rents
basis. A nominal daily rate has mock operations against upon the payment of such ta.\es
VOL. 23 NO. 34 guerrilla
November 4 1965 forces and addition
been established to cover the ducted con- by their landlords. In
expenses of maintaing the Guest in detailed search and destroy tactics Navy families also participateother In
immitation both
House. Cong in Viet local tax program,
villages
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en Composite Recreation Fund MAS Jax Navy Exchange Schedules



n Serves Units At NAS Jox Fashion Show at Cecil field

e What is the Composite of the parent command acts as
Recreation Fund? the senior member of the panel Due to the success of the three
Although this term has been and is usually accompanied by Fall Fashion Shows in September,
heard and repeated many timesat the Administration and Special the Navy Exchange has scheduleda
r NAS Jax, few people actually Services Officers. Christmas Fashion Show at :
understand the meaning and scopeof Enlisted personnel from each Cecil Field's Beacon dub Nov. 'j'
5g the term.A command are designated to serveon 9 at 10:30 a. m. ,
Composite> Recreation Fundis the Recreation Committee The show will include a cos- ,">
u a single fund designed serve which also meets once a month. metic demonstration presentedby t
the needs of several activities The functions of this
n primary a Revlon representative; a ..
when there is but one set of committee is to discuss and Wine tasting ceremony: and a /
basic recreational facilities. evaluate any ideas or recom- demonstration of the Polaroid 1rf': (,
g Since all tennant commands at comdations made to them by other Camera. There will also be a \ '.t..
n J NAS Jax are so closely united, enlisted members of their display of Christmas gift items / \" I ? :
,
e such a fund was successfully commands. When a recom- offered by the Navy Exchange. ,
't set in motion several years age mendation or idea is accepted by Coffee and cocktails will be ser- '.
',S I i and has since enjoyed continued the council then it is forwardedto 1)
,- growth. By using such a fund the Recreation Council for ved.The fashions will be modeledby
g r all recreational facilities used by appropriate action. students of Bauder Fashion
commands on board are The money that goes into this College and all fashions shown
i supported out of one fund. fund supporting athletics and recreational will be availabe at the Navy
ir \,< Each command patticipatinginthe facilities essentiallycomes Exchange.All .
'r Composite Recreation Fund is from you. When you patrons of the Navy Exchanges -
represented on the Recreation use the Navy Exchange Facili- in the Jacksonville area '
e Council. This group discusses, ties you are supporting this fundas are invited to attend. h' U.d
:. evaluates and investigates new a percentage of the amount
facilities. The council, consist- spent by exchange personnel is
i'e ing of one commissioned officer returned to the composite fund ssssss>e
from each command, meets once to improve and expand. New Hours Set
y a month. The Executive Officer When you use the exchangesyou
' are not only buying products
for Cecil
Field
1I:f with your purchasing power. Nursery
I- 1l1RJ More importantly, you are Insuring .
that the Composite .
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For the benefit of ?ri.
personnel
Recreation Fund will receive the
1) funds with which larger and bet- utilizing the facilities of the NAS
ter recreational and athletic Cecil nursery, the hours of oper- w.
SEE PAGE 16 AND facilities will be available for ations on Sundays: will change
YOU'LL KNOW WHYI you. effective Nov. 7. The new hours MR. CHARLES MEYER, Navy Exchange official/ I gives a sneak
will be from 6:00: p.m. to mid- preview of the fashions that will be shown at the Christmas Fash
RIVERSIDECHEVROLET Albert Mears, arrested for night. ion Show. He is assisted by two models from Bauder Fashion
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running a still on his Dundee, 'ollege.
, Ill, farm, explained why he didn't
ng sell his product: "I drink most L -
of it. The rest I put in my car.
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VETERANS 'I -. -- -..

Chaplain F. R. McAlisterIn
M ROMAN CATHOLICSt.

a book of sermons published some years ago Dr. Robert
Edward's Chapeland McCracken looks at a question asked by many sincere peoplein

.a Day for j\\ the mid twentieth" century "What does religion matteras
Naval Hospital long as one is decent?
Those who i 1h.;'" The question reveals the desire by many for an easy-to-
; SUNDAY MASSES goodness. Being decent removes the necessity, in their
Hospital - 0630St. Sinking, of struggling with beliefs and the problems that beliefs
Survive to Edward's raise. It is for them a substitute for going to Church for prayingand
Chapel - 0900 & 1100 for thinking about life and death and paint' and evil.

ttonor Those Being decent is certainly something because there is a great
DAILY MASSESSt. deal of indecency masquerading as acceptable behavior abroad in
Edward's: the land. The problem of substituting 'decency' for religion as
who d dlioti Monday thru Friday 1130 the norm for desirable behavior is that decency is not self ,
< 1 Saturday - - 0900 sustaining. Decency becomes a sliding value. And indecent bathingsuit

i Naval Hospital: of a generation ago covered more that is frequently seen in
r ;hl Friday - 1205 of
Church now. Indecent jokes a generation are now acceptable
in many public speeches. r
CONFESSIONSSt. Decency to be of any value must be rooted in thenature, of things
Edward's : and bound up with principle and conscience and have eternal foundations J
Saturday - -- -1900 2000 in a moral order, or it will be at the mercy of the fluctuating
Sunday -- -0815 0845; currents of thought and fashion to which we are exposed. ;,
1015 1045 Rudyard Kipling has his British Tommey say, "Take me east of \
Hospital: Sunday - -0615 Suez where there ain't no Ten Commandments." Away from familiar L.
surroundings and the loyalties they inspire decency crumbles under .
CATECHISM CLASSES the stress and strain of novel customs and forces.
A Time Chapel Annex Building 722: Mere decency is not enough because mere decency is little more
Remember. .
to Saturday's 1000 than a reflection of what is truly good. The image of genuine good
ness is best seen in the character which religion produces.
And Plan for Tomorrow DIVINE PROTESTANTAll SERVICES determines Religion behavior.matters because: religion demands belief and belief

Saints' Chapel Decency is something, and something desirable, but decency
Forty seven years' ago, a group of men met in a railroad din- has value and direction and stability only as it acknowledges the
ing car, in the Forest of Compiegne, France, and signed a truce Laws of God as its basis and as it grows out of religious belief
ending World War I. The date was Nov. 11,1918. SUNDAY'S that the Laws of God are indeed the final determination of good
In the that other have 0800 -- --Holy Communion
years passed, men met and signed truces ness._
ending wars in which thousands have died. Those who survived will 0930 & 1100 -Divine Worship
never forget their experiences.
Every year, countless men and women all over the world, young SUNDAY OOL Take All You Want
and old, pause for a moment of recollection and silent prayer at ------Chapel Annex
11 a.m., Nov. 11. Building 722
In the' United States we know this day as Veterans Day and we
But Eat All You TakeOur
hold commemorative services at the Tomb of the Unknowns in WEDNESDAY'S
National In 1900 -- -Choir Rehearsal
Arlington Cemetery. England, their dead are honoredin
front of the Cenotaph London, and In France, at the.Arch of
Triumph in Paris. SECOND MONDAY of Each Month General Mess operatesfor of delicacies for the forthcoming
This is the day on which everyone remembers. Those of us now 0930 Chapel Women's Guild the purpose of feeding our Holidays.
in service have our memories also. Wehonor our comrades in arms (Small Chapel) men the best meals possible. The Your help in conserving food, +:
in various ways. Many of us take part in memorial services in total budget for a day's three thereby reducing operating costs, \
the air and on land and sea. There are some of us who, this year, U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL meals, however, is fixed at$1.13, will enable the General Mess to
may be too busy to pause and pray,for we will be fighting yet another Sunday's - 1000 and expenses must be kept within further improve the quality of
action, many miles from our homeland. this fixed daily ration rate.It your meals and, in addition, will
And there may be some of us who will be remembered at this will be necessary to reduce allow accumulation of additional
time next year. Traffic ViolationsThe the operating expenses of the funds for the Holiday meals.
But no matter where or how we spend the day of Nov. 11, 1965, Mess in the near future to bring Various ways by which you can
we should remember why those before us have passed on. The causes following is a of expenses within this limitationand help conserve food and save dol-
report
.. of the past are the same as the causes today --to preserve motor vehicle accidents and traf- to accumulate a limited reserve lars are outlined in a bulletin
r and protect the freedoms that we so very much enjoy. fic violations for the period 26 to cover increased costsa available at all mess halls.
We do not want to live under a dictatorship, monarchy or com- October 1
through November. Marines Birthday Continued from Page 1 I I
munism. We enjoy the form of government that has been in this Number of Accidents
since its birth. We those who team in Vietnam-the III MAF ed a variety of equipment and
country want come after us to enjoy This Week . . .5
that same freedom and consequently, we have to fight and sometimes Total Accidents this year (Marine Amphibious Forces). techniques. Those were the same
die to preserve it. through 1 November 201 The Marine Corps showed its Marines who are now using that
This year, when we pause at 11 a.m.Nov. 11, remember the past, Number of Accidents through versatility and ability to react training in Viet Nam.
think of tbej>resent and plan for tomorrow. (AFPS) October '64 . . 198 quickly when the Dominican Cri- On November 10, Marines the
Total number of sis erupted. The Marines began world over will celebrate the
days since
S. C. Continued from Page 1 .MPO Continued from Page 7 7in last to land within an hour after 190th birthday of the Corps. More
receiving orders. of them will collabrate this date
"Operation Double Barrel". Injury in a motor vehicle acci-
to assisit in providing quality ea- They are : Capt. V. W. Am- dent . . . 9 When the President ordered in a combat zone than at any
ucation to the dependent childrenof brose, Cdr. M. Kinney (Wave) Number of ViolationsThis American fighting units ashorein time since the Korean conflict.

military personnel. Lcdr. D. Lynn,Lcdr.II. P.Wher- Week . .. . .26 Vietnam, it was the 9th Mar- The year 1965 was a year of
Accordingly, all Navy ry, Lcdr. L. G. R. Spoliansky Speeding . . 6 ine Expeditionary Brigade which action for the Corps. It gave
dependent children sponsorsof Lt. A. Silo and H. Kornblum, Reckless Driving . 0 was called upon first. Its 3000 them a chance once again to show
attending DKC. Marines have been followed the American public and the world
Going through by
public schools in Duval Countyare Stop Sign .0
requested to sign and return This is the first :simulated recall Other Violations . 20 almost ten times that number to that they are indeed a "Force in
operation to be held at NAS Thirty one drivers appeared form the III MAF now operating Readiness" and that,Marines are
the Federal Impact Survey cardsas J ax. PersonnelfromEPDOLANTand before the Traffic HearingBoardat successfully along the coastal ready to fight any kind of fight
required this is in the best BuPers were on hand to the meeting held on 2 plains of Vietnam. Recently the any time, any place, and any
interest of all concerned. witness the operation. November. Disposition of. the Marines, combining a land, sea way for the protection of America
cases included the following: and air attack, trapped and kill- and the freedom of all peo
Eleven lost driving and parking ed over 600 Viet Cong. This ple.
I privileges aboard station for was the first time the Viet Cong Impact Funds
JA.X AI1R :NTEWSThe various periods; Two were elected to fight the Marines head- 1
Continued from Page
assigned to complete an eight- on.In
hour course in remedial drivingat Santo Domingo, the Marines tary personnel our civilian
NATTC; One were assignedto were prepared for street S. Govern
U.
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper employees of the
complete a six hour coursein fighting and riot control. In number of f schoolchildren
total
distributed each ment. The
Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station Vietnam
remedial driving at Jax Police they're fighting
guerrillas in the County supported
Jacksonville Florida the Holt
by
Publishing Company a Academy; Five received in their native habitat. Funds; is more
private firm. All Copy submitted for suspensions Nine by Federal Impact
use in the JAX AIR ; were given about
SayiU one-fifth of
) the than 14,000.
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, warnings; Eight dismissed; and Pm Corps is com- The local school system receives
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before Two referred to commanding mitted to Vietnam's fight for about 51.5',million each
officers for :
::1, publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- possible disciplinaryaction. freedom.The year in impact funds.
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. Marine CorPs is trained Navy officials point out that
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries V. E. Continued from Poge I for any kind of war. Its members less: than It:* percent of the child
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing furnished including tevelsion and ibious keep ready with massive amph- ren live on bae.:; The parentsof
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida. air conditioning. techniques exercises to test new warfare the remainder either pay property -

... Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. Reservations will be acceptedof old ones. Last and to improve taxes In accordance with
a first: come, first :served conducted spring Marines local laws or pay rents based
basis. A nominal daily operations against upon the of such taNe
VOL. 23 NO. 34 rate has mock guerrilla payment
November 4, 7965 been established to cover the search forces and conducted by their landlords. In addition
expenses of maintaing the Guest In detailed and destroy tactics Navy families also participate in
House. Cong villages immitation In Viet other local tax program., both
,
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Composite Recreation Fund HAS Jax Navy Exchange Schedules .



Serves Units At HAS Jax Fashion Show at Cecil Field


What is the Composite of the parent command acts as
Recreation Fund? the senior member of the panel Due to the success of the three
Although this term has been and is usually accompanied by Fall Fashion Shows in September, i a
heard and repeated many timesat the Administration and Special the Navy Exchange has scheduleda
NAS Jax, few people actually Services Officers. Christmas Fashion Show at
understand the meaning and scopeof Enlisted personnel from each Cecil Field's Beacon Club Nov. .,
'I.
the term.A command are designated to serveon 9 at 10:30 a. m. ,
Composite Recreation Fundis the Recreation Committee The show will include a cos- }
a single fund designed serve which also meet once a month. metic demonstration presentedby
the needs of several activities The primary functions of this a Revlon representative; a ,
f when there is but one set of committee is to discuss and Wine tasting ceremonv: and a
basic recreational facilities. evaluate any ideas or recom- demonstration: of the Polaroid i },.Y: 0,7gr .
Since all tennant commands at comdations made to them by other Camera. There will also be a \ .I iq:,
I NAS Jax are so closely united, enlisted members of their display of Christmas gift items ..J \ I II'
t such a fund was successfully commands. When a recom- offered by the Navy Exchange. 4 j
if set in motion several years age mendation or idea is accepted by Coffee and cocktails will be ser-
and has since enjoyed continued the council then it is forwardedto r
t:! ved.The
r growth. By using such a fund the Recreation Council for fashions will be modeledby f.
all recreational facilities used by appropriate action. students of Bauder Fashion
/, commands on board are The money that goes into this College and all fashions shown
i; supported out of one fund. fund supportingathleticsandrec- will be avallabe at the Navy
i- Each command participating in reational facilities essentiallycomes Exchange.
", the Composite Recreation Fund Is from you. When you All patrons of the Navy Exchanges -
,. represented on the Recreation use the Navy Exchange Facilities in the Jacksonville area kH
Council. This group discusses, you are supporting this fundas are invited to attend.
evaluates and investigates new a percentage of the amount
facilities. The council, consist- spent by exchange personnel J
ing of one commissioned officer returned to the composite fund
from each command, meets oncea to improve and expand. How Hairs Set
month. The Executive Officerrkeg&wzeEntan When you use the exchangesyou _

I with are your not only purchasing buying products power. for Cecil Field' Hersery .

More Importantly, you are insuring -
that the Composite .
Recreation Fund will receive the For the benefit of personnel
1) funds with which larger and bet- utilizing the facilities of the NAS ..
ter recreational and athletic Cecil nursery, the hours of oper-
SEE PAGE 16 ANDYOU'LL facilities will be available for ations on Sundays will change '
effective Nov. 7. The new hours MR. CHARLES MEYER, Navy Exchange official gives a sneak
KNOW WHY I you. will be from 6:00 p.m. to mid- preview of the fashions that will be shown at the Christmas Fash
night. ion Show. He is assisted by two models from Bauder Fashion
RIVERSIDECHEVROLET Albert Mears, arrested for College.
I running a still on his Dundee,
Ill, farm, explained why he didn't
sell his product: "I drink most
. CEDAR HILLS. I of It. The rest I put in my car.
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.''IIf I being sprigged on what once was 4;(
VuAsklls'In NATrC : barren soil In the training JL:

center's "War on Ugliness..*The \'

May the NAS Cecil Field M. G. Ciempa, SNCecilField, efforts expanded by a dozen or ,'
Afterburner and the NAS Jax "It's a good paper. It keeps me Behind The Scene more sailors has already
Air New combined operations. up to date onwhat's -':,; begun to pay dividends.

',,: This week the "If Ya Ask Us" going on Shortly, new information will
,j column polled the readers of the around the 5 x by Angus Thompson, J03 be released on the "Field Goal
base I thinkit
J combined newspaper to see what is better than James L. Rivers, ACAN, the history of the srhool to graduate Kicking" event. The event,whichis
::J they thought of the new product to naval personnel only,
. it used to be." attached to NAS Cecil Field, as "Honorman. open
.:: after five months and what im- offers a unique opportunity to all
"The 1, graduated as "Honorman" from Commander, G. A. Sundquist,
:..} provements they thought could be of cover-intra A. the Naval Air Technical Train- Jr., NATTC's Executive Officer, Sunday arm chair place-kickers:
made.G. mural age CIEMPA. ing Center's Leadership School told the class after he presented a chance to boot a field goal
C. Pollard, A01, Cecil sports recently. diplomas, thatbygraduat from without the (physical hazards of
should be
,Field!; "I think the paper" Is veryinformative Another more precise. Rivers, a native of Hampden, Leadership School they had colliding with a 290 pound lineman -
r ... good aspect to the
I Personnel interested in
Main, served as Company Com become leaders leaders.
among
is it
the
with the sea' paper keeps me up to entering this contest are urgedto
mander the
during graduation
date on the civilian affairs going
activities. '" the base." ceremony. lie is the first Accolades and congratulationswere contact the NAS Athletic Dir-
at
"It seems r i on sailor from NAS Cecil in extendedbYCa *afnThanas ector, extension 8513, for information -
that sports ;..: ,, B. Ellison, NATTC *s Commanding concerning date and time
!I should be cov- > "Hntirs" Ruin Officer, to members of AO of competition. First, second,
: ered more ful __ Rose Mary Bustamante, SA, "A" School class 533 for win- and third place awards will be
''II ly.'i NAS Jax -"As a whole, I think given.
I ning the "Honor Flag" for the
., .
"I've been Jax Air News tf' From Afrkoiftaovtry fourth time last week.
POLLARD
57 reading the is a very good r Joe: "My wife thinks she
of t Afterburner for five years and I paper, because a\ Mission Beautification projects at should have a dishwashing

d. think the combined product is bet- it not only Informs ,, ... NATTC are now in full swing. machine."
ter than ever." us of the Shrubbery is being planted in Moe: "Be thankful. My wife
Africanhunters"
of
"roving
band
Cdr. R. D. Kunkle, NAS Jax, activities here" A "
: arrived at NAS Jacksonville strategic places, and grass Is thinks she married one.
I t T feel that Jax Air News is one at NAS Jax but
t' last week. The Hunters
of our best means of "Passing also gives us
the.Word"both information BUSTAMANTE referred to are the famed Navy .
locally and to concerning Cecil Field and May- Hurricane Hunters of VW 4 :
t the folks back :.tj, port. I think ore section of the who were assigned a unique mission A--I'
--n In Africa. The reason for
home. In this ; paper should be dedicated to
regard, Iwould' comics and jokes to help relieve their trip to the dark continent-- = USED CARS
-
favor more human the daily tensions of office work! reconnoiter the splashdown area
for the GTA 6 space shot. _
interesty
; .
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articles on
activities of KUNKLEthe Evelyn Clark, civilian employee Crews Two and Five of the
crew. How about a typical Cecil Field; "When the paper- NAS Jacksonville based squadron
'd,) day in the life of Airman Joe mentions a building it sometimes returned Friday and Saturday DUVAL MOTORS
Dooks? His buddies back home doesn't say at which base the from a ten day deployment to
Dakar, Senegal on the west coast
from
will get the news proud building is
Mom and Dad, and just mightbe located. An- of Africa. The crews, operating m s M
envious enough to decide to other point is from Dakar International Airport -
find out for themselves. the articlesare were assigned to provide
identified weather reconnaissance In the SAN JUAN LOT
not -
Doris Fischer, Civilian Em- Atlantic for the space mission.
ployee, NAS Jax "In the past from as coming Cecil w Cancellation of GTA 6 broughtthe OFF ROOSEVELT

several monthsreadingjaxr t .have enJoy| Field or Jax."Ibelieve. Hunters home earlier than

vd ;.. :, CLARK expected.
Air Newsmore 'i.t ; ALL CARS REDUCED
that if we had our own paperwe
due to the' ,hi.. could get more items of Crew Two was commanded by 1961 COMET . . . . 5795
variety of 4e ; Commander
Lieutenant StephenR.
.: interest to the personnel. { 4 Jr. R&H low
hardtop
columns new paint, payments,
ap r :t..JJ "The has good photo. Krause of Iron Mountain, ===
paper r- WAS $945.
pearing.i I Crew
Commanding
Michigan.
part icularly : graphs enough but publicity they don't for the alwaysget base Five was Lieutenant Commander 1962 FALCON. . . . . J859

enjoythetapFISCHER they come from. Gerald W. Dorn, a native of ====== Deluxe, 4 dr. sedan, R&H, WSW, WAS 1085./

think lains column.human I "Also I would like more space Salvada, S. C. Accompanying the 1963 COMET. . . . . S1195
interest articles two commanders were 59
would add to improvement of Sax for civilian news. members of the squadron. -=- 4 dr. sedan, standard shift, R&H, WSW, look
Air News. J and compare// WAS 5/375./

/1963 GALAXIE . . . . J/395/
ployee John, T.NAS Trible Jax"I, Civilian think Em- ,. 4 dr. sedan, V-8, auto/trans., air cond./ WAS .

I the Jax Air News is a very __ 1695./

important part of our station = 1962 CHEVY II. . . . . .J959
and in addition ; = 2 dr., standard shift, R&H, looks like new.
to getting "the ;Jrll'r' WAS 1095./

word" to all 1964 RAMBLER 220 ; . . .J//95//

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ale. I would "1< < ."'I",. :.t I WAS J/495.
like to see l 1963 IMPALA CONV. . . . 1/499/

more spaces f ,.' 1Av -t ,e, GAS CO.IDIRBTQr ==::2. V-8, standard shift, R&H, WAS 5/795./
devoted to
TRIBLE 1964 GALAXIE HARDTOP.$1849

sports. r J 500, 2 dr., V-8, auto/trans., R&H, PS, air "

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I CHURCH OF CHRIST 1 AIRY air === 1964 CHEVROLET WAGON.$1995/

3223 WESCONETT BLVD. Bel-Air, 4 dr., V-8, auto/trans., R&H clean.
NEAR NAS 9L r WAS 52395.

JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD. /1960 CHEVY WAGON . . . 5895
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a SUNDAYS: III BeI/-Air, 4 dr., V-8, auto/trans., R&H, PS&B ..
10:00 A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP air cond.., WSW, just 5/50./ down. WAS $1095./
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I Position Classification Versus Pay Social Security Change's' I


1. The salary rates attachedto positions remain in the same the wrong grades. served Folks who now draw social People who start their socia!
sorting bins. 3. Of all the purposes checks. security checks, then
will bigger
position classification grades security get cumin
its aid
and the law and regulations which 2. The salary rates assignedto by position classification of salaries, Those who retire in the future to work will have their benefit
control their use, are the basic the grades can not, by law, in the standardization number of will get more than ever before, payments refigured automa
elements of the Classification be considered when determiningthe affects the greatest in the and survivors of workers who ically to increase, if possibl
Act pay plan. The grades may grade of a position. Congress white collar employees die will get larger family pay- their monthly checks.
in the Classification Act ordered most personal way. Many em- Change In the
be thought of as an arrangementof classification ments. Those who now get checks RetirementTes
sorting bins into which that each position be placed i in ployees think of position with will automatically get the increase Beginning with 1966, you canea
__ positions are placed on "allo- its proper grade as determined only in connection for in the checks that come in $1500 a year and lose none of yo
of
cated." The salary rates maybethought by the. grade definitions and the objective equal pay October. The raise was effective social security retireme
of as price tags attachedto classification standards. If the equal work. of For a correct classification back to January. If you have checks. Every $2 youearnabo\
understanding position
each of the bins. Only Con- pay rates are too high or too low distinction been getting $100 a month, the $1500 will only cost you $1 fro
gress may change the entries on in relation to the cost of livingr from however.its be recognized. retroactive check would have your retirement checks, un:
must
the price tags as it desires. to what private industry pays pay both classificationand been $56. Your next monthly your earnings get to$2700. Aft<
Where
Changing the rates causes for comparable work, or for any 4. exist together each can check will be $107. Everybodywill that, you lose $1 in retireme
salariesbut other reason, it is improper to pay for each $1 of
changes in employee's be amended or changed without get a 7% raise. payments earning
it has no effect on the classification expect that they can or may be Thus, if you earn $1500 or les
affecting the other. For example,
The changed by placing positions in all
of their positions. you'll get your checks.
in 1964 Congress granted an The minimum monthly check
earn $2700, you'll lose ,
average 4% increase to all em- for workers who waited 'til age you o
a1 ployees in positions subject to 65 to stan their checks will be $600 of your retirement check
McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE the Classification Act. This is $44. The present maximum for If you're due $150 a month retir
ment checks for and
you yo
no way affected out classificationplan. retired workers will go to
wife, you'd have to earn $39
.
$135.90. The new law allows
5. Failure to recognize the credit for wages up to $6,600a a year to lose all your retir
AGENCY. INC distinction between pay and year and will permit a new ment payments for the yea

MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE SPECIALISTS classification leads to attemptsto maximum retirement payment of
Checks for
Reduced Widows
MONTIILY PAYMENT PLANS solve pay problems within $168 to workers whose creditable ;
60
Widows can thel
start
the framework of the
position
earnings have averaged $6,600a
ALL AGES. RANKS. DRIVING RECORDS checks two
years early, at
SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS- 22's FILED ples classification of both pay plan.and classification Basic princi- will year.eventually The maximum be $368.to a family if they elect to take a perma|
Naval station' offlcc ently reduced check.
-- Naval Air Station Office
that classification
require prob-
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Roosevelt Blvd. 2990 Mayport Road -'" .U"''" .I>
6463 lems be solved within the frame-
Jacksonville, Fla. Atlantic Beach, Fla.
work of the classification plan and 'S
Phone 249. 649 S
Phone
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JAX MARINES y FROM CMC j l3@ QT G DmllI \,I


By Sharon Arnold' LibrarianUP ,

< ySgt. Joel' FergusonlT ii Today, 10 November 1965, we com
memorate the 190th anniversary of THE DOWN STAIR CASE who represent us there, how they

400 ,7 the founding of our Corps, and pause by Bel Kaufman. This book de gain positions of power, and how

-- momentarily to reflect on the gloriesof scribes from the inside what goes they wield their power in con-
the past while celebrating another on in a large metropolitan high ducting the business of legis-
Congratulations are in order The Corps plans to appoint year of service to our Country. school. With genuine warmth lation.

;ociantinii for the following Jacksonville- approximately 1600 staff NCO'sto From its humble beginning in 1775, and shrewd comic touches, it
warrant officer and secon the Corps has grown in stature until, YANKEE DOODLE DANDY by
shows what when
based happens a tea-
Marine
lent] officers who were lieutenant. In addition Noel B. Gerson. A
they planto throughout the world, the word "Ma- cher's ideas smack biographicalnovel
run againstthe
omaj recently selected for promotion: select 750 officers rine" of John Hancock. This is
warrant for has come to connote that whichis inadequate facilities, the lack
Mblj! advancement to second lieu- finest in the profession of arms.: of communication, the gobbledy- an intimate portrayal of the .

TO MAJOR tenant. This high regard was dearly pur- gook and the pedagese, the triviain complex and contradictory 1
Tes Capt. Jesse R. GREEK, MARTD, The board to select warrant chased for today's Marine by those triplicate all that standsin character of one of America'smost

tea NAS, J ax. officers for commissioning will Marines who precede us. The cost the way of good teaching.It prominent, successful, and
f yo covene at Headquarters on Nov- was unfaltering dedication to Corps popular revolutionary leaders.He .
Capt. Marvin E.PEACOCI<,OSO, is a wise and witty book, fun
- ember 15. Interested and resolute became the first to sign ,,.
meabo Post Office warrant Country; execution of man
and
Bldg., Jax. ny poignant and highly ori-
officers (W 1 and W 2)) every mission; uncomplaining serv- ginal. the Declaration of IndependenceIn

fro should submit applications on a ice "in every clime and place," from a handwriting so' large that
un TO CAPTAIN/ standard Administrative ActionAA the inferno of Lieutenant.O'Bannon's THE BATTLE OF DIEN- King George'' III would not needto
Aft'me ( ) form to the Commandantof North African desert to the rain forestof use his spectacles.
1st Lt.
C. SHORT
John Jr., BIENPHU by Julyes Roy. The
MB, NAS, Jax. the Marine Corps (Code DPB) Major Waller's Samar. Ultimately, conflict raging now South Vietnam October 31 through 6 Novem-
i via their commanding officer, to the cost was tens of thousands of ber of this is NationalChildren's
1st Lt. Frederick J. FRESEIII, is Phase Two of an old war. year
lesec reach Headquarters later than Marine lives in action.
no given
Book Week. If
MB, NAS, Jax. In 1954 the increasing Communist your
November 15. Personnel sel Our obligation to Marines
1st Lt. Donald T. WINTER,MAD, past-to pressure (in Indochina explodedIn children have not yet become
ected will receive date: of these traditions
keep untarnishedis
a -
with the Children's
NAS, Jax. the battle of Dienbienphy, acquatinted
rank of December 31, 1965. not easily discharged. However
1st Lt. Richard W. Schulz, where the proud French army Section located in your Station
tit MARTD, NAS, Jax. today's Marine continues to displaythe was cut to pieces, seemingly Library, please bring them In

ye 1st Lt. Peter A. DUFFY, MB, same qualities of courage, dedi- against all logic, by the Viet- and let them browse through
In the Marine second cation and
Cecil Field Corps' fidelity which have been minh. The author describesthe the many books that are avail-
tit to increase their officer Marine characteristics for the 190
program able for them.
1st Lt. William R. Roll, USS background, the battle and
strength, 825 staff NCO'swill of our existence. the
years During
'eahe for books the
Sing
SARATOGA, Mayport. political maneuvering of France our paper
be selected for commissioning past year, these qualities i were and America. bread that feeds the hungers in
by a board that will convene clearly shown in the Caribbean and the head .
TESTS here in the first week of January are daily being demonstrated by Marines Nibble
swallow
MANAGING PERSONAL FI- a mystery, a
1966. Applications for this in Southeast Asia. While
pro- we NANCES by W. Rodda and E. star, sip honeysong whereveryou
must also be submitted on cannot foresee what the future
na Marine Aviation Detachment gram may Nelson. This volume be are.
an AA form to the Commandantof hold for us, we do know that whatever can
announced
officials have Drink of adventure the
training Invaluable in helping to gobble
you plan
the Marine Corps (Code DPB) demands are imposed, whatever mis- .
"
dates for tests to determine who and maintain a sound and flexi- past now's the time and it ::
via their commanding officer to sion is assigned, we will be ready.
need further general military fast.
will ble personal financial plan. goes so !
For that has been the
of
laterthan Marines
reach Headquarters no way I
subjects training during the Taste of tomorrow, slice science
December 15, 1965. past; that is our way; and that is part
semi annual period beginningJan. thin the better to savor the world
and further after Staff NCO 's:: that are a United of the heritage which we will passto we're
1, 1966, HOME PLACE: The Storyof In.
results the traIn- States citizen; no more than 37 the Marines who follow us. Salt the villian the
analyzing test the U. S. House of Repre- pepper
To all Marines
ing branch will determine what years old by July 1,1966; pos- where-regular, sentatives by William S. WhiteA fakes, chew the poets, fork the
ses a minimum GCT of 110; reserve,retired-and to their families,
of will best serve rakes.
training veteran Washington journalist
type ,
I send personal and best
greetings
, Detachment never been convicted of a felony, Relish words much
the needs of Aviation presents an Informed and read- they've to
wishes the 190th
personnel. special court martial or beloved on Birthday of our able account of the !House, Its tell. Feast the earth where

Tests will be given 6, 7 and general court martial; and Corps. rules and traditions, its legis heroes eU .
8 December with 50%/ of Marinesin have no nonjud i icial I punishment on lative function, the sort of men Sing out for books!!!

designated- rank categories their current for enlistment this are -J:.. ,
urged to apply program.
taking the test in the morningand
50<7 fo< during the afternoon. Selected staff NCO's will receivea WALLACE M. GREENE, JR.
Staff NCOs will take the test date of rank in May 1966.In General, U. S. Marine Corps .

on Dec. 6, NCOs on Dec. 7 and the third program to build Commandant of the Marine Corps
officer strength, 750 staff
up
lance corporals and below will
0t NCO's will be appointed war-
be tested Dec. 8.
of
receive a clothing allowance '
board afi, p{
rant officers by a to con- : \
r vene In the first week of Feb- $250.
TWINS/ Headquarters estimated t that
ruary 1966. Application pro-
cedures and requirements are the those temporarily promoted will

For SSgt. and Mrs. Donald same as for appointment to temp revert to their permanent gradein
t Sison. Welcome aboard and hap- orary lieutenant, except an applicant three tofour year* unless later

py greetings to Donna Yoshieand can be up to 47 yearsof selected for the Limited Duty

June Yoshiko, born Oct. 14. A age as of July 1, 1966. Per- Officer Program or :at a perm-

native Hawaiian, SSgt. Sison met sonnel selected in this programwill anent warrant officer.

and married his wife, Yoshie, receive a date of rank of PRAVERAccording __
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In Japan. The twins bring the June 1966. ... ,
family total to six lively girls- A staff NCO may submit a to :a recent -i 4
and the Ssons{ )are proud of each request to be considered by both announcement from Headquarters c

one of 'em. SSgt. Sison is an boards If he meets the l1el'e3sary Marine Corps, this new
instructor at AE School.REUNION requirements. lIe will flr:>t Marine Verse has been added to .
I be considered for selection to the Navy Hymn:

lieutenant and if not accepted, Eternal Fathergrantwepray,
then considered by the warrant To all Marines, both night

On June 26, 1966, after hold- officer selection board. and day, Do You Realize That
Ing a four day reunion in Los No loss of pay will result to The courage, honor, strengthand
Angeles, members of the Fourth Marine selected for these skill
Marine Division Assn. will fly any programs. In addition, a Ma- Their land to serve, Thy law AN AUTO LOAN HERE

to Hawaii for a look at their rine will remain eligible for fulfill;
World War II camp grounds on grade Be Thou the Shield forevermoreFrom
In his current
promotion
the islands of Maui, Oahu, Kauai although he Is serving as a temporary ev'ry peril to the Corps. CAN GET YOU THERE!

and Hawaii. After training and officer. Selectees will also Amen.

staging in the Hawaii Islands,
Plans for week-end vacation.
trips or a .
the mightly Fourth sailed across
the Pacific to win battles at Iwo but "questions" about your old car? Get that

Jima, Tinian, Saipan and Roi -Mt 1 [EY'LOUNGE new car! A prompt, low-cost bank auto loan

Namur. from us will do the trick easily and economically
Further details about this reunion -
and visit to Hawaii mav be paid for right out of income!

obtained from Mr. Ralph Most, & PACKAGE STORE A bank auto loan can save you money on

Fourth Marine Division Assn., the OV r..cJi cost too.
P. O. Box # 94, Waldwick, N. J.
GO GO DISCOTHEQUEI!

Ask for details today. No obligation!

OFFICER PROGRAMSOver DANCING UNTIL 2 AM


2300 Marine'Corps: war- L4DIESMGI1T EACH .
rant officers and.staff nonc n- THURSDAY EVENING WESTSIDE bath

missioned officers.willbe selected MIXED DRINKS FOR LADIES

temporary second.lieutenants HALF PRICE
and warrant officers according 4328 BLANDING BLVD. At Harlow; Blvd. r ,.,

to Headquarters:: Marine Corps.the 3909 BLANDING/ BLVD. OPEN Fri. until 8 P.M. Member F.D.I.C.
Headquarters stated that
t
additional officers are neededto CASE LOTS AT COST+ 10% DRIVE-IN SERVICE
support the authorized 30,000 t tt

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., Halloween Charity Capers Is FRA To Celebrate Branch 91 Women's Side _




Howling Success For JOWC AnniversaryCongressman Of the Story


Bennett .
Charles '
By Shirl ConaughtonOnly
will head the list of dignitariesto

attend the 20th Anniversary

dinner dance celebration of Rudi Gernreich could it will be a hot item for hol-

Branch 91, Fleet Reserve come up with this idea! This is idays ahead. The sheer bra
, Association, at the George Wash swim suit 19G6. The bright col- looks like it was just a fad and

ington Hotel in Jacksonville,Nov. ored hosiery attaches to the suit for the regular customer it did

11, 1965. Congressman Bennett in matching sets. It is called not give the look they desired.At .
has accepted an invitation from Rudi's Dance !Hall Girl. It should any rate it appears that fashion -

L Branch 91 to be guest speakerfor be interesting to see how manyof for the future years will be

the occasion.In these turn up on the beachesnext geared to please the men., I am
addition to the address by summer. Rudi looks aheadin sure that most men do not object -

Congressman Bennett, another the world of fashion and designing to the ladies looking more
highlight of the evening's acti- for the future looks likeit and seductive--soft and

vities will be the presentationof will have lots of initial op lovely.
. .a a weather beaten American
flag which flew over U. S. Navy position.
Fashions for the twenty-first

;: 1 the Headquarters war torn Support capitol Activity of Saigon in century are now being designedand
; : they are as shocking as
4 : # Vietnam, to Branch 91 by the wife Gerhreich's DanceliallGirl. The r
of a Branch 91 member Navy
naval and midriffs are commonly
Seabee Chief Clem Lea, who is
exposed. Instant drip-dry and
currently duty in Vietnam.
4 on
; disposable clothes are not only
Chief Lea who was presentedthe
conversation but actually in the
flag by Captain Archie C.
with several
designer
MRS. A. F. MARSH (/left) and Mrs. V. E. Brewer entertain a ghost. Kuntz, Commanding Officer of models for stage display. One exampleis
HEDSUPPACT forwarded the
ly guest at last Saturday's "Halloween/ Charity Capers." flag to Mrs. ,Lea for presentation the skin covering body stock-
ing which comes in shades of
to the Branch.
skin tones and is a basic for moon
The Jacksonville Officer's Two lucky doners to the Club: Guest invitations have been
maidens. This piece is
Wives Club's annual Fall social, Charity Drive received valuable extended to Florida Governor limented by several comp-madeof
the Halloween Charity Caperswas prizes. Mrs. J. H. Bell receiveda Haydon Burns Rear Admiral wood and toppers The
plastic,
a huge success last Saturday mink stole and Lcdr. G. L. Henry H. Caldwell, Commander, chain-of-mail in plastic paper.is a
night at the "0" dub. Petri received a RCA 21" tele- Fleet Air Jacksonville, com- The suit
shining example. pants
manding officers of Navy and
The guest's costumes include vision set. of
of course is the beginning the
Marie Antoinette, Natives the Mrs. W. H. Reese was chair- Marine Corps establishments future fashions. They really
for the throughout the area and to several
Jolly Green Giant and Morticha. man event. duel First
serve a purpose.
city and county officials.
they are fashionable and are real
The dinner dance.celebrationis
to the public and ticketscan action clothes. This brings up
open the under that have been
be pinnings
WESCOHNETTFLORIST purchased at the Branch
home, at the NAS Jax CPO Club, going through a big revolution.New .
through any Branch 91 member, bold colors are used now
1 for eitherof and comfort is stressed for all
or arranged by calling
the foundations. One of the latest
following phone numbers:
264 9166, 389 3810, 264 things out is the reversible bra.
We wire Flowers One side is a skintone and the
9487.Master other side Looks likeNotes
a pastel.
Located halfway between Cecil & NAS at of ceremonies for the
evenings activities will be Mr.
103rd St. & Wesconnett Blvd. Harold Baker, News Directorfor

5329 WESCONNETT BLVD. Channel 12, WFGA TV. of

FREE DELIVERY PHONE 771-3770 Jerest I IA
Annual WingDingPlannedByFAW.ig WAS Cecil


gala halloween costume party Co-Hosts for the affair were

was given by Lt. and Mrs. P. B. Lcdr. and Mrs. T.C. Watson.
FOOT STOMPIN' Cowtry Fleet Air Wing ELEVEN will Engle for the officers and wivesof VF-174 Officers Wives of VF-
hold Its annual"WingDing"P?tr- VA-45 on FridayeveningOctober 174 enjoyed their November lun-

Manic by 30 Great STARS! I. ty on Tuesday,23 November from 29.The cheon at Stricklands Townhouse
7 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the NAS,SaxOfficer's party was held in the gar- Wednesday November 3. Mrs.

Webb Pierce *George Hamilton IV *Johnny J Dinner Club. age which was cleverly decorated John B. Nichols III was the host-
and
Wright* Minnie Pearl* \Homer\ G 1 Jcthro* < dancing will high- to look like a cave. Spanish moss ess and Mrs. J. B. Best servedas
Kitty Wells Lefty Frizzell Dill Monroe SONNY light the evenings festivities.The and lanterns lent an eery feeling co-hostess. Special guest
Carl & Pearl Butler Del Reeves Faron JAMES menu will include Roast Prime to the night. The table was for the luncheon was 'Mrs. JohnS.
., Merle Dottie West ., Rib and all the garnishings A' fall color
"' Kilgore .
''N"" :;>: ... Young .-. \. fine complimented with a display ofa Christiansen.
including dinner
:4 : a wine.
: --f Dilly Walker and OTHERS! witch stirring her brew. Roast scheme of flowers and fruit
..,... Couple attending will dance to beef and Swedish meatballs were were the decorations for the head
\ music provided by the ComFairJax -
... & table.
av served. Lt. Mrs. John H.
Band Combo, the "Sophisti -
e Embry were co-hosts for the At that time all articles for
Kats. All drinks will be servedat
night of fun. A first place prize the Bazaar were collected for
JIMMY LITTLE DICK EN} reduced prices. went to Lt. & Mrs. Don Roberts VF-174. Mrs. J.B. Best and
The
Li uniform for the occasionis
be formal for their beautiful costumes of Mrs. J. P. Anthony held meet-
to : Dinner Dress
Raggety Ann and Andy. Other ings in their homes last weekto
II1 Blues, Blues with Bow Ties,or make Christmas decorations,
t I COLORFLORIDA Tuxedos. outstanding costumes were Sup-
erman, the Clown, Scarecrowsand place mats, Santa Claus candy
Open 12:45- Feature: The nominal charge for entireeveining's beatniks. jars Christmas letter boxes and

1-3:05-5:15-7:20 entertainment will be many other items for the November -
and 9:30 $8.00 per couple. VA-64 WednesdayeveningOctober Bazaar.
27th, Mrs.GeraldJacobsen.

Friday October 29 the officersand
toma..FOloai.'ye Open under new management wives of VA-64 attended a

costume party given by Lcdr. &
JET Beauty Salon Mrs. A. Hacks of Orange Park.

fj 6481 ROOSEVELT BLVD. I

J 384-1522 HONDAMOTORCYCLES

North of N. A. S.PERMANENTS.


LADIES NITE-Ev.ry Thin. : 7AM.TII Closiif .

ALL MOD ELS
MENS NITE-Every Tics. : 7 AM. Til Closing
$10.00 Wn $9.00 NOTHING DOWNWe


YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGE 29* $12.50 Wave $11.50 Give Merchants Green Stamps

OPENS A.M.-8 P.M.

$15.00 Wave $13.50 MON.- FRI. Iqq I '
HAPPY HOUR 4 Til 6 Daily 8A.M.-6 P.M. SAT.

Shampoo & Set $2.50 1 1P.M..5P.M. SUN.

Hair Cut $1.50 MOTORS & CYCLES
8679 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 'rues., \led., Thurs. ONLY

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CECIL f'!ELDEMCL UB --To
MoviesMovies Club Schedules"O" h MN.SW CrM' .Yh .
ss.'rir :::
nigt is I; game night from rati'
:};;;; 'r: will be shown regularlyat 10 p.m. Special Dinner -
Satur- CLUB Music this Fri- steak for 90 from
Monday through
7 ,
p.m.
day night will beprovidedbyjohnArnolds. Friday night
day. NATTCw1l1havetwofeature p.m. : ?:'ratititi}.v'rYr: :rr..:'..vxN rhSJ.:rrr.:rr 'rrh.Y:iv+.v'rrtii'rrr'r'a'v1v'r:
Saturday's music will Trespassers from 8:30:
2 and 7 1
,
on
times, p.m. p.m.
be by Johnny Jelinek. Tuesday is Saturday dance with Mr.
and The
Saturdays Sundays. ,foreign dish night featuring a Sunday the Trespassers be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
will have featureon
one
hospital menu of gourmet treats from for entertainment. Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208 to arrive not
7 1
Sunday at p.m. various 'for the 'following Thursday.
All evening movies at Cecil countries. Tuesday, and Wednesday Tuesday publication
5:30 CPO CLUB Mark Castle and Hour from 5 till 6 p.m. too late for this deadline will be published the
Field begin at and 8
p.m. the Versalties will provide the weed unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
These times are subject
to entertainment on Friday with money order 'for the 'full cost of' the ad must be
change. dancing on Saturday to the musicof Daisy: "When did WITH the for the ad.
Thursday, November 4 Charley Jay. Light lunchesare stop singing in the choir? DO copy NOT SEND CASH

NAS Sgt. Deadhead Frankie being served daily as wellas Mazie: "Since the : charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .$2.00
Avalon Deborah Walley, a dinner service at night. was absent and everyone additional line ((4 words per line]. . 0.50
NATTC Pie In the Sky Lee ACEY DUCEY CLUB Fri- the organ had been tuned.
Grant, Richard Bray day's entertainment will be pro-
Hospital In Harms Way vided by Phil Cay and the Mantels
John Wayne with the 110 Dads on Satuday.Mark 'fW'rl "' ,
Cecil Field Guns of August Castle and the Versalties will ""?'i'i ':":';- Ir. MAN? Service HOMES SALE RENT *
entenain Sunday Game "'' over 21, Some dn $0 $100
Documentary on WW I evening. ') no Many -
night is every Sunday and Tues- .\01. to stan con- dn. No closing costs,New homes,
Friday, November 5 ." your future? We All the X-TRAS, Family Rm,
NAS Gunmen of Rio Grande- day.BLUE 1f: t, 4; opportunity for Fenced yd., built in R/O...
JACKETS INN Phil ,
Guy Madison, Madeline Lebeau "'of., ...; 398-6632 between You name it. TIMMERMANRLTY
Cay and the Mantels will be ...
for Mr.Bailey.
NATTC Sgt. Deadhead- DRKR 7712792{ and
at the club tonight with Mel ; ,.
Frankie Avalon, Deborah Walley -; '- .3 New ex. 771-1861.
Gaenrythe featured f
.
on Friday.Saturday's .
Hospital Pie In the Sky '_,t,' : to sell call 384-
band willbeCarlBoyd Old Military Company
Lee Grant, Richard BrayC. and the Rythm Kings and Phil : /.,;: :,'J J I after 5 p.m. has 35 Year position available for retired -
Field City of Fear ::7 ; ()" I
Cay and the Chantels will appear For rent,Trail- Officer or CPO In Jax/
Terry Moore, Marisa Mell Sunday. Game night is every h w. 1 acre privacy, Maypon areas. Maxium eligible

Saturday, November 6 Wednesday. here 771-2287 age-50. Send brief resume and
Garage apt availibility date to Regional Director -
NAS Von Ryan's Express Ig. Kit. and bed- POBox 13177, Orlando,
Frank Sinatra, Trevor Howard CECIL FIELD CPO CLUB utile incl.conv.to Fla. 32809.
NATTC Gunmen of Rio Galley Hours: Tuesday thru Friday Ave #0V7-5789.
GrandeGuy Madison, Madeline 11 a.m. till 1; and 5:30 FOR RENT: furn eff apt. dntwn
Lebeau till 9 p.m. Saturdays 5 till (9) 1962 Ford Convert Rside; $45 mo.; studio apt Ortega
Hospital Sgt. Deadhead p.m. Sundays 1 till 9 p.m. Fri- $700 equity owner sect. $85 mo. 354-4903
Frankie Avalon, Deborah WalleyC. Phone Green
day Lobster dinner for $2.25,
Field In Harms Way- 9R4-3149 *SE LL-RENT-BUY-TRADE*
or 16 oz. T Bone for a $1.75.
John Wayne Music by the Spotlighters for Friday 3859 Herschel 4 CHOICE 2,5,4, BR homes, $100

Sunday, November 7 and Saturday nights. utilities furn.,Near down, no closing costs. Fast
Saturday's dinner 10 oz. filet 387-1950_ Move In. Tell us your needs.
NAS Operation C. I. A. mignon at $1.90. Sunday one r rAP for Men's Alter- DUKE LOSTUMBO, Broker, call

Bun Reynolds, John Hoyt half fried chicken at.75ct and.400 Marlow White, 771-0374 or 387-4296
NATTC VonRyan's Express- children. Wednesday 12 oz. Blvd., EV83556.
FOR SALE Furn House half
Frank Sinatra, Trevor Howard T bone for $1.55; it is also, : / F. ocean:
i blk from ; Atl Beach 3
Hospital Gunmen of Rio NOTE: Ladies are Machine
game night. zigzags, BR, $1,000 dn. $85 mo avail
Grande Guy Madison, Madeline requested to please wear dresses buttonholes de- Nov 354.4903
LebeauC. on Friday and Saturday dance orig. price $300,
Field Pie In the Sky nights. of $82. or assume FOR SALE: 4 BR, 2 B, HOME
Lee Grant, Richard Bray I'I will take BIt-in range &oven, fnced yard,

Monday, November 8 as pan payment, $100 down, $68( month. or 3BR,
LIFE Living anytime._ 1 1/2B, Bit-In at $65 month.
NAS War Gods of the Deep- To go about your work with MANY TALENTS : 3 br., 2 ba., POWELL REALTY, BRKS, 264-

Vincent Price, Tab Hunter pleasure to greet others witha many talents, Phyllis near NAS & 6144
NATTC Operation C. I. A. word of encouragement, to be is actress singer Dr., Call 771-
on ,
Bun Reynolds, John Hoyt happy in the present and confidentin FURN. 2BR. DUPLEX newly
Hospital Von Ryan's Express the future; this is to have Anderson model. Help Wanted-Ac- dec., $65. mo waterfront, Hyde
Frank Sinatra, Trevor HowardC. achieved some measure of with diaper Pk. area, 1461 Ron Rd. Conv.
Field Sgt. Deadhead success in living. -- Edwin Os- Phone 744-2366 NAS and Cecil, EV7-5905
Frankie Avalon, Deborah Walley good Grover, Christian Science Nov. thru

Tuesday, November 9 Monitor.

NAS The Train Bun Lan- IT'S N ICE TO BE AGOOJ I"
Paul Scofield f ]
caster _
.r.SUtDoNFr ,
NATTC War Gods of the ) IJgEl. I

Deep Vincent Price, ,Tab Hunter MAKE IT A See it from the
Ilospital.Operation C. I. A. 'I
No admitted
!
one
Bun Reynolds, John Hoyt HABIT I I
C. Field Gunmen of Rio
Grande Lebeau Guy Madison, Madeline .1:25.5:30.7:35.9:35 F I' / /


\Wednesday, November 10 4

What You Did-
NAS I Saw
'
Joan Crawford, John Irland
NATTC The Train Bun

Lancaster, Paul Scofield Q
Hospital War Gods of the Deep "v

Vincent Price, Tab HunterC.
Field Von Ryan's Express 1
Frank Sinatra, Trevor
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VA-45 Takes ComFairJax t:<\\. ':..:'. ... . .... ..... .':.: .:. .;>


f Tourney After Defeat, On ToAirlanflNA'Y\\: S P QBII"The ) : ", I


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football team from VA-45 tournament rated as the underdogs Falrjax defeated the Blackbirds.. 1

at Cecil Field surprised the rest but pulled the rug out from Then VA 45 bounced back to ..,,
j of the entries in the Annual under VA 44 currently in beat VA 44 207.In ? +uati?
Com Fair Jax Football Tourna- second place in the Cecil Field the Friday finals the Black-
ment last week when the"Black- intramural football league birds got revenge when they handed -
birds" beat the ComFairJax team VF 174, and finally ComFalrJ ComFairJax its first loss r
in the final to win the tourney. ax in the final. 13-7. The win pitted the
The Blackbirds went into the Early in the tournament Coma two teams again in the final that 1j -
afternoon. This contest turnedout
to be a defensive battle which
the Blackbirds won by holding
ComFairJax to six points while
they scored eight.
One of the players said after-
wards that the tournament victorywas
a team effort with all mem-
bers contributing equally, VA-
45 bolstered Its attack with three

Marines squadron. sent TAD to the F F'F u

After the off Rear Admiral -
+ play
_
+ e _
*) 1
Henry H. Caldwell, Commander tj p
p. Fleet Air Jacksonville

___ presented the team trophy to
; Commander E. M. Porter, Commanding -
rtz-- officer of VA 45. Individual -
'
4t
trophies were also given
to the members of the team.
4fS'Yp ComFairJax received the run-

ner up trophy.
C }l t IMi' VA 45 will represent Com-
FalrJax in the AIPLANT Tournament l'--M.
scheduled to be held at
NAS Norfolk beginning Monday.
raL\k
: .

Wkdsu Rck.ts S

,
any r Hom.TomorrowThe


winless Jacksonville
Rockets their home -JL
open season
.. _
s tomorrow night in the Coliseum
Y T Yd '? f against the Greensboro Generals.To CECIL FIELD'S Billy Seay lays up two points against Hunter
date the Rockets, who are Air Force Base in Saturday night's game which the Raiders won
CMDR. E. M. PORTER, skipper of VA-45, accepts the ComFairJax still searching for a good 102101.
trophy from RAdm. H. H. Caldwell. defensemen, are 0 7 on their
first road
SPECIAL The Rockets trip. have allowed 46 Raiders Win In Overtime
MONTHLY goals in the first six matchesfor ,
,
SHRIMP DINNER..99COPEN Meanwhile an average the of offense 7.67 per has game.pro- Split Pair With HunterCecil

.
duced 20 goals in the six games

AliOU.>(. H: lAJ: for goalie a 3.3 Gordon average.Dibley Rocket has vetran been Field's varsity basket- Falcons breaking In Hunter the game offense even kept after the

DAILY averaging 37.2 saves per match ball team got added help Saturday four of the teams starters fouled
while the have been
opponents night from Marine Barry Loweto
11:30 A.M.10 10 P.M.HETT's. We Make blocking 28.5.Rockets shots
a per out.Hunter
pull out a 102 101 overtime
was hampered by fouls
Specialty of match.In win against Hunter Air Force
through out Saturday's game.The
their first match Greens-
Base and give the Raiders a split Falcons had 30
fouls
personal
CATFISH boro ran way from the Rockets for the weekend play.
: called against them.Cochins' .
SHRIMP 72.
Lowe, who missed Friday'sgame
'
o OYSTERS outside shootingand
There are special rates for
which the Radiers lost bya Lowe
CHICKEN working underneaththe
servicemen their ID cardat
showing
lopsided 70.51 score,
STEAKS pump basket
kept the Raiders In
RED SNAPPER the gate. Game time is 8p.m. ed in 28 points in Saturday'swin.
.
front
Lowe hit
on 12 out of
TAKE-OUT SERVICE .
15 from the foul line and Cochins
-
IANQUET SERVICI But the honors In Satu-
&* BUSINESS MEN'S Jax Sets iisketbdlEitry scoring went 100 percent from the
ICITCO rday's game went to Cecil's hot
LUNCH charity stripe with three for
shooting guard Walt Coehins. three.
;5438:'BUNDING BLVD. PHONE 771-5581 DurfliM Coehins hit for 15 field goals Raider guard Jerry Marshallcame
and three foul shots in a
The deadline for registering on strong In the closing
steady performance. Twenty of
for the Intramural Basketball his 33 play to finish with 13 for the
points came in the last
season will be, Friday, 12 half and the overtime period. night. He was the only other
November. The 1965 -66 seasonis Cecil Field player to hit
The
BIG CHIEF :: scheduled to get underway was knotted score at In Saturday's hafltime 41 game all double figures.
Monday, 22nd of November. All and at the end of regular After the game Raider coach
O interested personnel are urgedto O. L. Richerson praised the
play 91 91. Although Cecil
TIRE CO. hustle of
enter their teams as soon as Field held the lead through most guard J. C. Cook and
forward
Jerry Culverhouseinthe
possible.
of the game a stubborn fast overtime.

Richerson said that he was
SPEED EQUIPMENT pleased with Saturday's offensive

.'C.I"I u of! Mil wheels Tech.meters show the but defense.was highly"Any dissatisfiedwith time you

VISITCLAUDE let a team score 100 points on
teclei Slicks 'CkreiMFipts. Flom ShiftsNO .' you and win you should have lost,"

DOWN PA YMfNran3'oeu Richerson said.
; !
) NOLAN FRIDAY
WITH PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES: Friday's game was a different

,FREE wheel FREE wheel FREE brake story as Hunter came-on'strong. '
In the second half to spread
a
Balance Alignment Adjustment CADILLAC & PONTIAC
I three point halftime lead to a
.
MAIN 19 point victory. With
AT ORANGE a run-
I Blaclc Recp; .6Px''' 75 'B'k'' 750x '14 ning and balanced scoring attack -
: J3" x J4"- Tube Type WSW Tubeless THRU.'S.A.U..tli' the Falcons
:p'E. .: : : ." .. : dominated the
second half while the defense
6.00 $7.95 $10.95
limited Cecil Field to 21 points.
:' PHONE EL 3-3922 High scorer for the Radiers
BIG CHIEF TIRE CO.
In
Friday's game was guard Billy -

t .. 5444 NORMANDY 6201 ROOSEVELT 2809 MAYPORT RD. The Seay win with gave 12, Coehins Cecil Field had 10.

: (Across ,.. Ati.'MINI) (l/i mite ,.. Main Gate) (/\ miles *'. Main. Gate) 3 1 record. The weekend a

games were the first for Hunter.
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November 1
JAX A' IRN''EWS"A"F' R"p' a'g'e



I FOOTBALL PREDICTIONSGAME Cecil Field Opens :



QUINTERO POSTAL ARD Varner STAFF Skeet Range Thur.
((49.35)) ((55.29)) ((44.40)) (guest) ((48.36)) :

,
1. Army Air Force Army Army Army Air Force Army Things won't be too quiet will be low. Also the hours of. ,
around Ceci Field next Thursday operation during the week and
2. Alabama/ LSU Ala. Ala. Ala. Ala. Ala. when the station ropeyarns for weekend have not been set but
Veteran's Day. will be fonh coming. Watch the
3. Auburn Miss./ St. Auburn Miss. St. Auburn Miss. St. Auburn The noise at that Naval Air POD and the Air NewsAfter-
Station will be coming from the burner for a time schedule.The .
4. Boston Col. Miami Miami Miami newly constructed skeet range skeet range was built with
Miami
Miami
Miami which will be officially opened the intention of being used by all
5. Colorado Missouri Mo. Mo. Mo. Mo. next Thursday with a full day of station personnel. It is plannedthat
Mo. planned activities.The intramural shooting teams
'Florida Georgia Fla. Fla. Fla Fla. Fla. new skeet range is located will be formed and shooting will
behind the Off leers'Recreational be put on a competivo sports
7. /Illinois// Michigan/ / III. III. III. Mich III. facility and next to Lake New- basis.
man. The day's activities will Rod and Gun dub membersare
8. Navy Maryland Navy Navy Navy Navy Maryland kick off.'at ,9 a.m. and run interested in forming a station -
until everyone is finished shooting and junior team to represent
9. Oregon Washington St. Wash. St. Wash. St. Wash. St. Wash. St. Wash. St. i eating casting, or just Cecil Field In competive shoot- :
chatting, according to Lt. (jg) J fIt..
10. South/ Carolina Virginia S. C. S. C. S. C. S. C. Va. L. L. Newman, president of the
Cecil Field Rod and Gun Club

11. Rice Arkansas Ark. Arlc. Ark. Arlc. which Is scheduling the event.
Ark. All station personnel, their I
Harvard dependents and Rod and Gun Club
12. Princeton Prince. Prince. Prince. Prince. Prince.Ediik .
members are invited to the
activities.
There will be many types of 1. In 90 runnings d the
Navy CaptaIn skeeting shooting contests including Preakness, how many dead -
shoots for the women and heats have there been for win,
NomInated ForAIlAmerIcan children. Prizes consisting of place or show?
hams and turkeys will be givento 2. How many home runs did
; the best shooters. An expert Ralph Houk, geaeral manager of
skeet shooter from the areawhois in the New York Yankees, hit

Two Marine Corps colonels, yet to be announced, will put in his major league career?
3. For bow was
many years
Air Force colonel on an exhibition.
an an Army
Sammy Baugh an active player in
Intertubes will be placed in
colonel and a Navy captain have
the National Football League?
been honored with nominations by Lake Newman at various distances -
their college alma maters for a k, i, for skittering contests. ANSWERS
this year's Sports Illustrated Silver These casting contests will be
Anniversary All-American held in the bait casting, spin '(AJsnpU' t9 LG8I) ***** 91
Awards. casting and fly casting divisions. jojjofeui UO.lJPJ.I j:lN aq uo srM
They take their places on a The contests will be judged on '1nr8 donors u Lis? 'csoatrO
slate of 64 candidates -- all accuracy and distance.A anZral
cited for their exceptional suc- bar b que will be held sly\ ui jawou. e Supim.\ JO
cess in life in the 25 years since 'f y k e and other food and drinks will Hjaqi sqj 'jo8 J3A3U jpiou &;
their_senior collegiate football be served. qpsiy pujqaq world: puooasaoj
season in 1940. The costs of the skeet shooting Pali j uprSy unS pin paissnb
have not yet been determined but -ad 361; "I WIIM l**! prop
The officer nominees are: HOT PURSUIT. .Supply quarterback Roy Roby is chased by Mr. Newman estimates that they QUO Xnio U99Q seq sjauj. *|

Colonels Lawerence V. Green, two players from the Marine Barracks in an intramural game at
USA Military, nominated Academy by and the stationed U. S. Cecil Field The Marines romped over Supply last week and

at Ft. Knox, Ky., Louis De Goes, downed Weapons this week with equal ease to keep a perfect record -
USAF, nominated by the Colorado in intramural play. :
School of Mines and stationedat
Wright Patterson AFB,Ohio: Cecil Field Intramural Standings
William L. Flake, USMCnominated -
by the University of Arizonaan Football Ha ar #67 12 4
currently assigned to the Industrial Seminole Chiefs 8 4
College of the Armed Marines 6 0 Houooawgs 7 5
Forces, Washington, D.C.,Wal- VA-44 6 1 RATTC7 5
ter Williams, USMC, nominated VF-174 4 3 VC-4 8 8
by Boston University and now on VFP-62 3 3 Blackshoes 7 9
duty in Philadelphia; and Capt- VA-45 2 4 The 5 Tigers 4 8
ain Richard E. Foster,USN,nominated Weapons I 3 Funny Photo 5 11
by the U.S.Naval Academyand Supply 1 8 Marine Bks. 2 6
assigned to the Naval Ship-
yard, Norfolk, Va. Bowling Thursday Early '

The final selection of the #2 14 2
Tuesday Early Won Lost Hack Drivers i iMONEY
annual roster of 25 Silver An- VA-15 11 5
niversary All America Award Travelers 11 5
winners, will be announced by 7 9
Hangar #67 13 Brown Baggers
Sports Illustrated before the end Seminole Chiefs 8 holy Rollers 7 8 IN I 1 iMAY
of the year. Seminole Chiefs 8 4 Alley OPP's 6 6
Houndawgs 7 5 Hack Drivers Nl 5 7
The year's' candidate com- RATTC-43 7 5 Packmakers 3 9
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;j;: 'Intramural Standings Last Week's Results.

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t, FOOTBALL GOLF (con't.' GOLF (con't.' HANDBALL SCRATCH GOLF Continued


American League National League American League VP 16, 4 VW 4.1
Marines, ;3 VAP 62,2 PRO'S, fi) Supply, 1
I. Team Wins Loss Team Wins Loss Team Wins Loss Marines, 5 ComFairJax 679th, 6 FICEITC. 0
Hospital "B",4 Birds, 2
Hospital .6 1 679th 71i2 1/2 Clock & Daggers 28 1/2 111/2 PING PONG
ComFalrJax 5 1 Operations 6 2 Mad Foxes 19 9 BOWLING

VP 7 3 3 PRO'S 51/2 21/2 NAMTG 20 12 679th, 3 Recreation,2
,
VW 4 3 4 NARTU 5 3 NAYS 21 15 VP-16,3, MANTG,2 Thunderheads, 4 Can.Cockers
V AP 62 2 4 Cursors 201/2 151/2 VAP 62, 4 FAW 11, 1 Clock & Daggers, 3 Splits, 1
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LEFT Cecil Sports Shorts j


Deadline for basketball entriesIn An Invitation has been ;'

the Intramural league is Nov. ed for the 11th receiv'j'j
9. A meeting of all team captains Guantanamo Bay
Before last weekend the specu- go Into the Orange Bowl or Sugar minded team. The chances are will be held In the stalon Open Golf Tournament.It .
lation was towards New Years Bowl against an SEC team when good that the second place SEC gym on Nov. 10 at 11 a.m. Is planned that a team
and which team In which bowl they could battle it out again team will go to this bowl and run Volleyball will begin on Nov. be sent to this from Cecil Field
game. Tills week the guessersare with Arkansas. Into Missouri or Syracuse. 22, entry deadline for teams Is and they will represent the sta
still at it and it's as roughas Depending on Nebraska see What we think would be the Nov. 16. tion in both the open and seniors ,
the Cotton Bowl as beingbetween' m eee A
ever. best game here would be Au- divisions. For more Information
This year's bowl committiees, Arkansas and the Cornhuskersor burn against Missouri. An Intramural squash and contact Cecil's golf pro Rosco J'i"9
for the Rose Bowl an outside possibility of Missouri r
except are GATOR BOWLOn handball league Is being planned O'Neal in the pro shop.
going to have their hands full \ if Nebraska goes to another for the first time. Deadlines for
In getting the teams they want. bowl. the local side, the Gator team entries is Nov. 16. Three h
5t
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Here we go for our shareof Bowl committee has In the past men are needed for each team. ) '\
the early guessing on who ORANGE BOWL liked to keep an area team In There will be three singles anda 'I
will gb,where, Miami Is a public relationstown Its game.If double match in each day of The ceremaics shop in BuildI
and the bowl committeehas Florida finishes strong It's team play. Ins Four has Christmas scenes J ,
ROSE BOWL sound Gators could now on display. Thoseinterested I '
pretty promotion pro- possible the geta * *
gram of its own. Againstthe bid. This weekend FloridaIs In ceramics can use thesefacili4
of this bowl with Geor- ties from noon to Bp.m.on Tues- 1
possible success In the Gator Bowl Also in the planning stages Is
This game is probably the depends on what Nebraska does.If gia. A win by Florida In this a doubles handball tournament day through Friday, and from .ui
firmest of any. The winnerof the Cornhuskers don't go here one could mean a matching open to all people In Duval County. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday. {
the Big 10 plays the winnerof then Miami will probably have to against Georgia Tech In the Ga- Watch the Air News After- The shop Is closed on Sunday and I
the Pacfic Athletic Conference settle for the SEC winneror tor Bowl. You couldn't get too burner or contact the gym for fur- Monday. I'e I
or that league's selection. Georgia Tech as the strong much more local than this. ther Iformatlon.The. ttee
Michigan State, at present ridingas drawing team. But the Gator bowl Is In com t r d
number one in the nation, Another possibility is that the petition with the other bowls for Special services has just re- \
is the strongest in the Big Ten downstate people would like a the best teams and It ranks low The station Individual golf ceived new Ghp outboard mo- "..
and will probably come out of look at the University of Florida on the preference list for win- championship is now in the final tors, new fishing equipment, and
that league It doesn't seem dispite the fact that the odds are ning teams. rounds of play with a championship 12 and 20 guage shotgun reloading /
that Indiana or Iowa is goingto badly against the Gators of win- The way Florida's season is and five other flights being equipment. *
upset the Spartans. State ning SEC. Other teams that going It appears as the Gator played. Trophies will go to each .ee.t
does meet with Notre Dame In invites might go to include Bowl's best bet. We would liketo flight winner. Special Services has a limited j'
Its last game. This game has Syracuse, which already sufferedone see them pitted against Tech. tt 5 supply of tickets for the Dec. \
no bearing on the Rose Bowl defeat in the Orange Bowl this All guess work. Who goes 31 Gator Bowl football game.
but may have some on Notre year, VPI, Texas.Tech,Clemson, where won't be known until Dec- Cecil Field personnel interested These tickets are available at '<
Dame's school officials as to and North Carolina. ember. Like everyone elsewe'll in officiating intramural $6 and $7.25. The $6 seats i
whether or not the Irish will The game we would like to see just have to wait and be happyto sports should get in touch with are on the sidelines and the 1\j
change their policy and accepta here is Nebraska and Notre Dame continue guessing.A Chief Dental Technician John $ 7.25 tickets are membership
season bid. but this seems just a bit im }
post Brewster.To \
mild-mannered minister accepted tickets on the 25 yardline.
The West Coast representative possible. the call to a church ina officiate Intramural sports For tickets of any kind con- '
is a little less sure. Wash- community where many resid- a person must be a member of tact Mrs. Elinor Williams at
ington State is currently unde- SUGAR BOWL ents bred and raced horses. A the NAS Cecil Field Officials Special Services. !
feated in league play and finishes few weeks later he was askedto Association. To become a member There are also tickets for
with the easiest schedule. The New Orleans comes up witha invite the prayers of the congregation a person must attend a clinic the Peter Nero concert in the
other Pacific Coast contender good game each New Year's for Lucy Gray. Willingly for the sport he wants to officiate Coliseum Friday night at a dis
Southern California, closes its day but this year might be an and \gladly he did so for and pass a written and count. The tickets will be avail-
season with California and un- exception to past years. Movingthe three weeks. On the fourth mechanical examination. able until 1 p.m. tomorrow.
predicatable t'CLA.' Liberty Bowl to Memphis Sunday the parishoner who had
There Is little doubt that the might put a hurt on getting a made the request informed him
Trojan are the strongest teamon team from the Louisiana, Ten- that the prayers were no longer! CHIEF CAMPBELLS
the West Coast but it is nessee, Mississippi area. necessary.
up to the conference as to who Mississippi, Mississippi State, "Why ?" asked l the good Elgin.ding Tenneco
gets to play In the ROe Bowl.If and LSU are not playing their minister with an anxious look. SERVICE STATION
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Michigan State it should make a Alabama is playing good caliber "Oh no," replied the horse 103rd: and ISLANDING! OFFERS
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Fla. Pheasant Program Bright t



! But Don't Shoot Ringnecks Yet

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TA1.LAHASSEEHunters in such a cross may endanger the wilds, the Commission i U still I A
the Northeast and Northwest entire population of Iranian pheasant. interested in any and all report
. r' Regions are again reminded tot Second, we do not want of wild pheasant being\ sighted:i
hold their fire when an expected the sportsman to inve't this moneyin by sport-men.
covey of quail turns out to be a program that is still exper- Copeland said, "Uven if the
4 a pheasant. The pheasant hunting '
released birds do survive and!
I season in the two nonh Florida imental and not proven. Tills son
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of has before reproduce
districts are closed. thing happened ,
\no positive assurance:: that the
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fi will continue ,
. species' lomultiply
Commission Chairman, the coturnix quail which did not
I closing of the pheasant season is prove to be a success." or that it will be a :satisfactorygame :: (
to provide an added measure of While pheasant hunting season bird with adequate sport ing!
protection for the imported is closed in the North Florida quality l'nl 11 all questions are :
Iranian pheasants released at districts and hunters may not answered the Iranian; pliej":ant ..
selected sites in the two regions. shoot pheasants found in the will remain an experiment. :
The release of the pheasant is !{ .
an effort on the part of the Commission 0
to provide a new and
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