Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00883
 Material Information
Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 11, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:00883

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Published by V the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any

military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.


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Fleet Reserve Asso. New Rotes

Has 41st AnniversaryNAVNEWS For Overseas Np pMPAIGGNw

( ) .Some 63,00 members of the Fleet Reserve Association Parcel Post
(FRA) located throughout the world celebrated their or-
ganization's forty-first anniversary on Veterans Day.
Vice Admiral B. J. Semmes,Jr., USN, Chief of Naval Personnel The President has signed into

in..a recent......_message to the Fleet Reserve Association stated: law a bill which lessens the Air
"AS I the Fleet Reserve Association Parcel Post charges on pack-
Founded by Chief Yeoman
steams full ahead into ages being sent to servicemen
George L. Carlin, USN, in 1922
its forty-first year of organized overseas or on packages being
and chartered under the laws of
membership, it can boast of a sent to U.S. addresses by military -
the Commonwealth of
long list of significant contributions Pennsylvania personnel abroad.
in 1924
the Association
in of the great
support makes its headquarters in Washington -
fleet we have today. Membersand The new Air Parcel Post regulations f
D. C. and
former members of the Navy composed are contained in H.R.
of 360 branches located in 41
have combined their talents Imagination Bill 11420. According to the bill
states and 13 foreign countries.
and dedication info an mailers of air parcels to an APO
Two branches located
effective and respected organ- are in or FPO address will be charged
ization pledged to the furtherance the Jacksonville area. FRA Branch only the Air Parcel rate for the
91 meets at 'the Fleet Re- THEY CARED THEY SHARED. Employees at the Jacksonville -
of the Navy and its people. Thisis (inside the U.S.) movement -
a worthy cause, for in the serve Clii> at 8554 Roosevelt of the parcel between the Navy Fuel Depot contributed 130% of their assigned goalto
strength and effectiveness of the Blvd., between the Naval Air point of origin and New York, the Combined Federal Campaign i
Station and Park. FRA
Navy lies the safety and well being Orange San Francisco Seattle as shownin
not only of our own families Branch 126 holds its meetingsat the APO or FPO address.In .
and friends, but indeed of free- the Fleet Reserve Hall 7673

dom-loving people throughout the Blanding Blvd. the past the maximum eighth Fuel
Branch 91 celebrated the FRA
entire world.0According zone Air Parcel Post rate was Depot Hits
20th Anniversary at a dinner-
to James Clark,editor charged.Air r
of Association's mon- dance held at the George Washington -

thly publication 'NavalAJTafrs', Hotel on Veterans Day. parcels mailed at an APOr
the FRA has represented the enlisted The guest speaker for the evening FPO will require postage only
man in Congress for over Charles event E. Bennett.was Congressman for the movement from the APO. % For CFC

41 years. The organization em- or FPO city to the packages .
the obser-
ploys four accredited representatives During anniversary destination.The ,9**
who vance Mrs. Clem Lea, wife ofa The the
are registered under employees ofthejJadmmThe event was also :;a. '
the Lobby Act and recognized by Branch 91 member, now on new regulations cane into ville Navy Fuel Depot, who num occasion for presenting sick
Congress.ShangriLa. duty with a Seabee unit in Vietnam effect in time for this years ber only 36,contributed and pledleave certificates, cash awards
presented the branch witha Christmas mailing to service ged through the payroll deduction for beneficial suggestions and
flag which bad flown over the personnel overseas. 130 of t
plan % their assigned goal outstanding performance ratings.
Navy Headquarters Support Act- Postal authorities are urging to the 1966 Combined Federal _.
ivity in Saigon. Chief Lea was mailing package to mil-
anyone Campaign. Lt. L. P. Colston, Officer-in-
presented the flag by Capt.Arch- itary personnel overseas to mall Because of this outstanding reCharge of the Depot presented
ie C. Kuntz, commanding officer them early. This will insure cord the Food Services Board of cash awards to Mrs. Mariannathe

To Undergo of the support activity. delivery by Christmas Eve. Depot financed a barbecue McKinney and Ray Gray for sustained -

dinner Thursday, Nov. 4. superior performance.

NATTC NAS Jax Sailors Capt. J.R. Mackroth. ro,NAS, Outstanding performance ratings
was guest speaker for the event. were to Mrs. Dorothy II. Hair,
FaceLifting He praised the tiny command for Administrative Assistant and
their giving above and beyond Woodrow W. Hale, a ef, Fire j
Mail the call. Department. +
The attack aircraft carrier Help Christmas Seals

USS Shangri-La departed May-

week port for the Station Philadelphia earlier Naval this Over 40 Jax Area Units

Shipyard to begin a six-month

overhaul period. The and$12 million modernization"face- Exceed 100% CFC GoalMore

lifting" is designed to update
the carrier and increase her operational than Jacksonville area Navy leaders of: the CFC drive
capability. Navy units and commands have are still confident that the Navy

Enroute"to Philadelphia,the21- 1. gone over the 100 percent markin family will go over 90 perecentin
year-old carrier will anchor at supporting the Combined Fed- its drive for its objective.

Norfolk, Va., for five days to eral Campaign held in October In pointing up the importance
off-load ammunition and other in local commands. of Navy participation In the recent -
materials. A total of $170,933 had been drive campaign officials said

"An overhaul in depth to put reported to CFC headquartersat that the "Navyfam Jacksonville -
new life in an old lady" the: NAS Jax last Tuesday. Thisis area has lived up to the
way Lt. Cmdr. Roy Gadberry,the > 86 percent of the Navy's cam- CFC slogan "I care -I
ship's damage control assistant, paign objective Although the share." '

describes the yard period. .-. drive ended on Oct. 25, some Those
;;.: ... ... units and commands
Among projects scheduled for commands have requested and. which reached 100 percent OR
completion are: resurfacing of ... ;. have been granted! extension until MORE of their objective are:
" the after third of the flight deck 5: WAIT'S Nov. 15, so that they may Navy Exchange, 152 Defense

I \ with aluminum-clad planking;installation ..... ifully support the campaign.The Surplus Sales Office 115% DIs- n
of a new evaporator :'i...::z. ,... CFC drive conducted among ease Vector Control Center,lllft"
capable of: producing 40,000 gal- 'C Navy and Marine Corps 6th N. D. Field Intelligence Office -
lons of: fresh water a day; over- personnel and civilian employees 10051() ) Ground Control Inter-
'STUFFING BEE'. .NATTC and HAS Jax sailors stuff
of the Navy in the lax area is
haul of all eight boilers modernization
; cept Unit 1087Marfne Bar
Christmas Seals for the TB Association.
time solicitation for voluntary -
of the Combat Information a one racks. 103ft NAMTD. Ill% Navy
Center including installation of Last week 35 sailors from Christmas Seals. They did their health and welfare agencies Training Devices Office 134ft

.... new radar sets; installation of a NATTC and NAS Jax answereda best, but at the end of the day temational1eve1s.m local, national and In- FAW 11 Staff VP-5.100ft.
Fresnel Lens (a lighting SOS issued by the Tuberculosis the TB Association was left hold- VP-7,112ft VP-16.100ft VP-30
The last carried in the
. ystem used to assist pilots in report 109ft VP-45.123ft. CVW-3Suff.
Respiratory ing
many empty envelopes.
landing on the carrier during the JaxAir News pointed out that the 167ft CVW-4 Staff. 131ft VA-
Association of Northeast Florida. The word was passed and 30
'Navy Jacksonville family had
day as well as at night); over- 45, 157ft VF-174
sailors from NATTC and 5 from reached 81 of its object 117* and
haul of the four 5 inch gun The call for help came when NAS lax spent all day Thursday ive. This was percent reported on Tuesday CVW-10 Staff, 100ft _
mounts; and installation of five the usual number of teen agers stuffing, sorting and bagging Oct. 26, when the Navy fund Other commands *re: VF-13,
new airconditioning units to cool failed to show up for an "Enve- 40.000 envelopes. drive exceeded $160,000. 100ft and VF-C2. 100ft VA-46.
berthing, messing and office spa- lope Stuffing Bee" Oct. 30. The TB Association's comment Reports coming In from commands 100% ; VA-lOGft 100ft VA-66
ces.Having Due to confusion caused by the They were a good bunch of continuing their drive have 124ft FTC Mayport. IMft USSBigelow.
the distinction of being schoolteacher sanctions that sailors, they had a job to do raised the total Navy donation by ) 127ft USS Forrest Royal -
the smallest and oldest attack were in effect at that time, only and they did it. The associa- some $10,000 and brought the 109ft USS Paiute. 102ft USS .
Continued on Page 2 250 of the expected 1,000 students tion and the community owe them Navy canpleXInJacksmvU1efive Salish. 100ft USS Catalpa' k

were on hand to stuff the. a great deaL" percent closer to its objectives. Continued on Page 2



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HAS PLANTED IN US" St. Edward's Chapeland Each of us was shocked last week upon reading of the flaming
MIAIIAM "MCOIII r suicide of a man on the sidewalk of the Pentagon. Obviously the t

Naval/ Hospital' man was either insane or else possessed:! a depth of feeling that surpasses t
most of us. Patrick Henry Give me liberty or give me
SUNDAY MASSES death", and Nathan Hale's, "I regret that I have but one life to give t
/;: Hospital - - 0630St. for my country" approach closest to the usual American ideal of k
I Edward's patriotism, but are not suicide threats in any sense. .
C 7 s y't Chapel - 0900 & 1100 How then do we distinguish true patriotism from fanaticism t
First, we must agree that, in some respects, it is easiar to die for r
; .- DAILY MASSESSt. something than to uphold it throughout a long life. That Is, only under
; : Edward's: certain circumstances is death "the supreme sacrifice." Secondly, I
4r ?y Monday thru Friday 1130 loyalty to humanity does not necessarily transcend loyalty to one'ssociety. C t'
Saturday - - 0900 These "human-race lovers" are deliberately detached from
Naval Hospital: the cold realities of a suffering society--they are dreamers, philosophers i
r Friday - - 1205 theoreticians, etc.--but seldom are theyworkers or doers (
This they leave for the less intelligent and less gifted according to
\ \ CONFESSIONSSt. their standards. It is obviously easier to protest sanctimoniouslyagainst i
Edward's : the President than to be President; easier to advise the Admiral
Saturday - -1900 2000 than to act as Admiral.
g Sunday - - -0815- 0845: The blood and suffering of our young men in the military--even one
1015.1045 Marine or soldier or pilot--is of infinitely greater benefit to
Hospital: Sunday - -0615 humanity than all the protests, no matter how dramatic the protest
might be. Not one life has been saved, not one assault of the enemy
CATECHISM CLASSES has been halted, not a single benefit to society has resulted from
Chapel Annex Building 722: protests. But on the other hand, peace and tranquillity are slowly
Saturday's 1000 dawning upon a troubled world due to the bravery and steadfastnessof
EclilorialServiceman's our lads in uniform. We thank God for them and their courag-
DIVINE SERVICES eous families. For those who have given their lives, we pray that
Dedication PROTESTANTAll God grant them eternal rest and the peace that all of us so dearly
Saints Chapel treasure and for which we in the military are privileged to work.

Result of Early Training SUNDAY'S

Often it has been said that when a person becomes a memberof 0800 - Holy Communion Service Nominees Sought by DOD
the military service he must turn against certain basic facetsof 0930 & 1100 -Divine Worship

his many upbringing.Not of us. like being separated from loved ones. Few prefer SUNDAY SCHOOL For JC Physical Fitness ProgramWashington
0930 - Chapel Annex
regimentation and strict discipline. Living and working under ex-
treme hardships does not have universal appeal. No one favors Building 722WEDNESDAY's
being shot at, or learning to kill. (AFPS) -- The De- local Jaycee office. At overseas
Why then, do ..America's fighting men respond so wellto the callto fense Department has sent a installation, details are avail-
arms and perform so splendidly in battle ? American history 1900 - Choir Rehearsal nemorandum to each of the ser- able at Special Services and Information -
books are filled with the heroic exploits of our fighting men', and vices requesting nominees to offices.
daily we receive accounts of brave deeds performed. in the Republicof SECOND MONDAY of Each Month compete In the third annual U.S. DOD participation in the pro-
Viet Nam. 0930 Chapel Women's Guild. Junior Chamber of Commerce gram is "primarily designed to
The answer is that the American "fighting man" is a proud (Small Chapel) (Jaycees) Physical Fitness Lead- recognize and encourage out-
American who loves his freedom and heritage. When he dons a ership Recognition Program. standing achievements of military -
military uniform he is' still the youngster who used to deliver the U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's Twelve winners will be sel- services who participate
morning paper, the mechanic from the garage down the street, or - 1000 ected from 50 states finalists and voluntarily as individuals in nonofficial -
the young man just out of high 'school. But in uniform he is his military personnel overseas recommended programs in their off-
,country's symbol of j justice and democracy. .by DOD. ,I duty,time." ,
Not ill. return to civilian pursuits when a national threat has Traffic Violations'The The program is endorsed byf Winners will receive an expense
passed. Many stay on for various reasons, identifying themselvesas the President's Council on Phy- paid trip to Washingtonin
Americans in uniform dedicated to selfless service. sical Fitness. the early spring to be honoredat
These men are America's strength. All their early lives were following is a report of Nominations of military per- an official reception. Three
spent studying and training for peaceful pursuits. Now they are motor vehicle accidents and traf- sonnel stationed in the United national winners, to be selected
devoted to learning basic and advanced military skills. fic violations for the period 2 States should be made through the from the 12 finalists, will each
The truism is, few people in the United States desire war and Nov. through 8 Nov. receive a $1,000 cash award.
the inevitable consequences. Most, however, realize that only Number of Accidents
by their of life the benefitsof This week 6
protecting way can they hope to enjoy
earlier training and study. Total Accident this year through Are You In A
Fortunately for our nation, our young men have proven time 8 Nov . . . 207 Hurry-
and again they are willing to withstand the rigors of service and Number of Accidents through I
do their pan. No, they are not born as fighting men, but as good N Total . days 219 To Have An AccidentCharleston
Americans who fight when necessary and sometimes die for their number of since
country and loved ones. (AFPS) last injury in a motor vehicle
accident . . .16
Number of ViolationsThis ( ) Speeding to pass a vehicle
VP-5 Scores 100% On E9As Week . . 25 Are you a gambler? What are which has slowed down and that
Speeding . . .5 your chances of having a driving may turn directly into your path
results of the latest Advancement Kosnik, Commanding Officer of Reckless Driving . 0 accident during the next twelve with or without a signal also
in Rate to E 9 Patrol Squadron Five. Going through Stop Sign. .4 months? saves you an additional 10 se
Other Violations . 16 Think about these conds.
were revealed, VP 5 learned Not to be overlooked are the sCtistlcs:
that they have advanced 100ft/ results received from the Ad- 27 drivers appeared before the If you drive more than 12,000 Failure: to check blind spotsat
of those eligible. Those men vancement to E 8. Chief W. Traffic Hearing Board at the miles per year, your chancesare windshield, rear window, and
advanced were: M. A. Elkins Fitzpatrick ATCS, received meeting held on 9 Nov. Dispos- 1 jn 3. Your chances are door post before pulling into an
and R. G. Windom AFCM. It such notice while Chief J. F. ition of the cases included the about 1 in 35 of being Injured or intersection or changing lanes
is wormy o.i recognition that Pead was selected as an following : 12 lost driving and 1in 1,300 of being killed accord- saves you another 10 seconds.
Chief Elkins was advanced to AXCS alternate for E 8. Other parking privileges aboard station ing to figures published by the A driver commits many more
E 9 with only 17 years of units can surely boast of such for various periods; 5 received National Safety Council. thoughtless acts daily. If you
active duty service In the Navy results, but it is the exception suspensions; 9 were given warn- However, If you only drive should take all of these chances,
this is a rare feat and one rather than the rule when one ings. ; 2 dismissed; 3 fined (U.S 8,000 to 12,000 miles per year, you would save about one mm--
definitely of which to be proud. unit is composed of such unique -ommisioner). your chances are better. You ute..if you make it.
Both men received personal con- talent. have 1 In 5. The odds go up. Really now, Is your time that
gratulations from Cdr. J. T. SWANGK/-LA From 4,000 to 8,000 miles per precious?
year your chances are about 1
r Continued from Page J in 10. Monthly Bills

aircraft carrier In the Atlantic You can increase your odds of
Fleet, the Shang returned to May- survival on the road by the prac-
J AXLift: NEWS port In September closing out a tice of defensive driving and good Can OverloadWashington
seven-month deployment in the judgement.
Mediterranean with the U.S.Sixth The following are a few risksa D. C. (NAVNEWS:
Fleet. During that typical driver takes on his Anyone who's ever packed a sea
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper deploymentshe way
was awarded the to and from work and the time bag knows that there's always
Battle Efficiency -
distributed each Thursday at the' U. S. Naval Air Station Whatis
saved for article.
"E" in each instance. room one more
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a he outstanding attack aircraft being Pulling into the roadway aheadof common knowledge in sea bag
private firm." All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR :arrier in the Atlantic Fleet dur- fast oncoming traffic saves packing, however, can become a
NEWS must bet warded to the Service Information Office, ng Fiscal Year 1965. about 5 seconds. dangerous philosophy when
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before Making a rolling stop with only applied to installment buying.
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- CFC GOAL a glance in each direction saves may
Telephone EV 9-7711 1, Ext. 8162. another 5 seconds. Installment arrangements but tneydon't
Continued from Page I Approaching make buying a pleasure,
Advertisements are solicited by thepublisherandqueriesconcerning an intersection at of paying-
ease the pain
such should be directed to'the Holt Publishing normal driving speed without into
Staff, 132ft/; Fleet slowing down It's easy to be tempted
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8', Florida Weather Facility, 161ft/; VA-176, seconds more.Rounding will get 5 to 10 buying a luxury item when the
Telephone 359-4040 3590271.
100ft/; FAETU Det. 2, 1227; USS a curve without reducing announced payments are

23 NO. 35 Shangra La, 100ft/;; NAS J ax, 121% to safe speed may save you should make sure your
NOVEMBER "11 1965 141% about 10 seconds.
NATTC. ; Naval Hospital monthly Income will permit you
1062/?: NRTC 2Wfc; MARDET Following a vehicle too closely !
102% and the Fuel Depot, 13QI' with eagerness to pass may get to meet not only those.obligations.II payment.
an additional 10 seconds. but all your periodic

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Museum Sets Behind The Scene

Photo Contest by Angus Thompson, J03

The Naval Air Technical Personnel inspection is sche-
Photographers throughout the Training Center will try to regain duled to begin Wednesday at 9
world are invited to submitmon- the"Admiral's Plaque"next' a.m., followed immediately by a :
ochrome prints and color slidesto week when the Chief of Naval barracks, seabag and locker in- r
the 19th annual Exhibition of Air Technical Training RADM spection.
Marine Photography International Allen Smith Jr., and his staff
under the joint sponsorship of visit NATTC for the annual administrative This Inspection, which Is dup-
S S > The Mariners Museum and the and material in- licated at every activity In the
T James River Camera Club of spection. Naval Air Technical Training
[ :
; i ;: :; tIL Newport News,Virginia. NATTC Jax held the trophy Command, is designed to deter-
This exhibition is intended to from 'fiscal year 1962 through mine which command is themost
stimulate the creation of photo 1963. NATTC Glynco was the efficient overall.
graphs which have a maritime recipient of the trophy for fiscal o4oti
theme. Entries of slides, pictorial year 1964.
prints and documentary RADM Smith and his party are Heartiest congratulations were
extended by Captain Thomas B.
scheduled to arrive here from
r + -f prints must in some way ill-
L ustrate man's association with Memphis Monday morning. They Ellison NATTC's Commanding
the sea. will depart Wednesday afternoon. Officer to seven Chief Petty Officers -
The will include who will be advanced to
The following are suggested inspection an
Senior Chief Petty Officers(E-8)
subjects: marine industrial and all hand Personnel Inspectionand
r A d Pass in Review, inspection November 16 as a result of the
news events; views of any type an
vessel or craft, sailing, power of barracks, buildings and August E-8/E-9 examinations.The .
advancees include R. P.
or hand-propelled; marine and other material and an adminis- :
Baker ATC D. L. Cox, ACC
fishing industries shipbuildingand trative Inspection of procedures ; ;
activities files and overall administrative R. E. Nelson AOC; E. C. Or-
repairing establishments; efficiency.The ton, ADJC; W. E. Porter ACC;
lighthouses and navigational aids; Administrative inspectionstarts D. B. Stone, HMC; and D. V.
harbor, river and canal scenes ,Monday afternoon. The Willis, YNC.SHOPPING. J
showing shipping; ship details
equipment and instruments; informal Jf
pictures of seafarers f
fishermen stevedores, etc.
while pursing their occupations.Three .
CONTEST for the month of October had as Its subject "Arch each of these categories; Pic-
itectural Design." The winning photograph, a study of a spiral torial Prints; Documentary
stairway at the Marina at Dallas Thomas Park in Jacksonville, Prints; and Color Slides. Hon-
was shot by D. W. Shepherd, PHI. Shepherd, who has 12 yearsas orable mentions will also be ,
a Navy photographer, shot the picture with a 4X5 Graphic awarded.
The exhibition will run from "
View II with a five second exposure at 14.5.. The subject of March 27 through May 1, 1966.
this month's contest will be "Human Interest." All entries must be in the handsof aIm, ,
The Mariners Museum by
March 24,1966.Entry <
forms and informationmay
be obtained by writing Mrs. I
Buy Savings Bonds 'Thomas Brabrand The Mariners t
Museum, Newport News Vir- I
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Stott Commends Patron 7 Has Rent will be Deducted From f

Barracks Renovation PreDeploymentPresentation BAQ for 'Defense Housing'Washington I

(AFPS) -- Service Puerto Rico and U. S. '.
,, possissions
IP \ rT- On Wednesday, Nov. 3, in the
: ;. personnel living in "defense and territories where this
.4AS Theatre H. B. Stott
units" will have type of housing may be located. t
e Commander FAW-11, USN,spoke family housing I!
: from This latest move reclassifiessome
illj: rent ducted the Basic : I
t-t, ,+' to the Patrol officers Squadron, men and Seven wivesof the: Allowance for Quarters (BAQ) 5,000 defense units.in the i
same adding them to !
starting July 1. category
forthcoming squadron deploy-*
the approximately 15.000 Inadequate -
mem to Sicily. Commander Stott
"Defense housing" refers to public quarters pre-
r explained the squadron's tash+ viously included in the DOD pol- f
sub standard family housing
in and emphasized the
Sigonella icy. These units will be reclassified -
owned the of De-
by Department
stratigic location of the Islandto
"inadequate familyhousing"
fense where service as
conduct Eastern Mediterranean -
the same as others
receive full BAQ and then
surveillance and antisubmarine classified by earlier legislation.Now .
cash rental, less
pay a usually
He'also of
\ operations. spoke person's rent will be
than the BAQ.Overseas .
( the of Sicily and
\ tc antique beauty occupants of defense deducted from the authorized
Italy and the warm-heartedhos
BAQ. In any case where the
housing affected,
are not except
of that historic
pitable people those 1. ..land.Cdr. the occupant will receive thedif-
W. D. Toole, Jr., USN ference.
CAPT. H.B. STOTT, Commander Fleet Air Wing Eleven, con Commanding Officer of VP-7 The revised policy is contained
grstulates/ W.E. Smfffi ADfll, Master-at-Arms of VP-5 for his introduced other guest speakers in an updated DOD instruction
,which included Lcdr. D. K.Velt-
fine fob /In supervising the rennovntinn of the/ Mad/ Fox Barracks. man, FAW-11 Chaplain, Mr. B. PROOF,,, publication scheduled, which three calls-for year regularly appraisals :

Troemel of the Red Cross, Cdr. of inadequate units. '
I Capt. H. B. Stott, Commander, congratulated for the obvious effort Herrman, the assistant NAS Med- Appraisals conducted to Insure -
I Fleet Air Wing Eleven, recently exerted in bringing the bar- ical Officer,Lt.Dunn,the FAW-11 11"W that rental costs are In line
recognized six members of Pat- Flight Surgeon and Ens. G. with those prevailing In the Immediate -
rol Squadron Five for personal racks to exceptional standards.All Renfre, of the NAS Hospital Out- civilian community for
effort as he selected the "Roomof the Mad Foxes presently residing Patient Clinic.At like accommodations.
the Month" at the VP-5 in the BEQ should be the meeting Aircrew Wings Established rental rates remain l
BEQ. recognized for the effort they were awarded to six Black Fal- d constant between appraisal
The winners were: 1st place have put forth In the short time con Sailors by Cdr. Toole. The v I IQ Irir periods. Utilities and related ,.
W. J. Yanz, YN3, and D. G. they have lived there. six recipents of the Aircrew services, however, may vary depending -
Green, SN; 2nd place J. H. The new BEQ was first utilized Wings were: upon fluctuation cost
Pullian, AXAN, and G. C. Smith, by VP 5 upon their return from E. B. Toy, AEC within the community.
AEAN; 3rd place L.T.Wright, Sigonella, Sicily, the first of July. R. D. Hughes, ADJ3A.
AN and R. T. Maloney, AE2. Since that time unbelievable W. Hicks, AX3J.
The 10 most outstanding rooms job in rehabilitating the building M. Greathead, All
were considered by Capt. Stott, has been done. A special note is J. J. Ziggas, ADR2W. 1J1RJ g
and from these the winners were made that 90 %of the effort was R. McArthur AE2
selected. on the basis of volunteer, free- Cdr. Toole presented Ltjg. F. "
These men were especially time work. Gerwe, a trophy for accummul- 1J.eo
-_._-_...- ating the highest number of points .
among the officers during the SEE PAGE 16 ANDYOU'LL
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I War On Waste A Hot War A Matter of Pride

By J. R. McQuillan/
(EDITOR'S NOTE: The following article written by J oR. MC.
$$$ in enemy resistance (waste ) will Quillan, of the NAS lax Overhaul and Repair Dept., was publishedin
rewarded ( )
A "call to arms" was soundedat propriately of the "O&R Officer
continue to Impede the efforts of the July, 1965 edition Says")
NAS Jax on Sept. 15. Yes, ceremonies following completionof
For this reason
this was the day that every this campaign.' are our adequate troops.personal protection In this day and age of nuclear power, outer space exploration
department aboard the station "Mopping up"for operations record (Benny Sugg sidearms) will continue and automation, the importance of the Individual is often over'
officially declared war-WAR ON to be completed pur-
However to be worn at all times. looked. Technological advances and mass production mehtodsall
WASTE. Through a combinedand on Nov. 14. ,
the role of the individual
tend to de-emphasize worker.
that pockets
concentrated attack it is it is expected
and has, indeed made our
2s important country second to
anticipated that enemy (waste)
none. However let's not forget one basic fact these modern
casualties will be heavy. The
the achievements of people, of
day "miracles" are men imagination -
enemy being subjected to an
dedicated and proud men.
intense "search and climate"operation. r and vision,
Pride is the personal feeling of self-satisfaction we experienceupon
the completion of a job recognized as being well done. It
A direct frontal attack being Is a feeling of accomplishment of being part of and personally
waged in some areas. Spear- contributing to, the goals of our team.' K is, Above All Else,
headed by a new secret weapon an attitude of cooperation and harmony; the sincere desire of each
called "ideas", the enemy is in individual to put forth his best effort toward the common goal of
retreat. Our right flank is ably the group. It is error-free workmanship, attainable only in an
supported by troops of the atmosphere where self-respect and personal integrity are not
"Know how" division. The merely thought of as words found in the dictionary.In .
left flank is advancing and today's struggle for survival, our products are vital to the
numerous roadblocks have been free world aresenal of defense. We are chargCu to render a service -
demolished by troops of the ,"w1 that is totally reliable -- weapons of unquestionalbe depend
"Commonsense" forces.In ability. Every minute of every day we are confronted with alternatives -
Iiia of right and wrong. We must choose between the good
some instances it has been job and the poor job, the excellent job and the satisfactory job, the
noted that the enemy (waste) : taut job and the slack job, the honest job and the job that oughtto
was well camouflaged and go and hide its face.
thoroughly entrenched. However, We must realize that we have no choice. There is only one way
their weapons, consisting mainlyof for us, and that is the way of reliablility and quality workmanship.
"old habit repeaters" and a Quality must be Built into a product, whether it be a typewritter
"resistance -to change
letter or a jet engine.
grenades", were found to be Error-free of in the
performance department,
every person man
obsolete and proved to no
or woman, newcomer or old-timer journeyman or supervisor,clerk
match for our fast action, light, negotiated between Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, ana National or engineer is a "must." For errors are costly. In our business -
mobile "Cost Cutters". Association of Government Inspectors, Unit No.1. Looking on seemingly minor defects can cause destruction and loss of
To date, the battle has been are Mr. Larry S. Cicero, President National Association of Govern- life. This is a responsibility and an obligation we all share, and
hard fought. A few of our secret ment Inspectors, Unit No. 1 andNAGI Chief Negotiator; Mr. LeonardB. no exceptions can be tolerated.
weapons (ideas) have misfired; Eubanks,Industrial Relations Officer,Chief Negotiator for manage Contrary to the popular myth, "To err is only human," error-
some have been lost In the heat ment, and Capt.. T. Washington, Jr. Overhaul and Repair Officer. free workmanship is possible. To motorists, the red light means
of battle; still others have yet Members on management's negotiating team were Cdr.. L. Ciar- stop; we place our confidence in the bus driver or the airplane
to be tried. In spite of these rocca, Assistant Overhaul and Repair Officer; L. B. St. Petery, pilot for a safe fourney; and we demand accuracy from the bank
losses we have progressed all Quality Assurance Superintendent, Overhaul and Repair Department. teller the sales clerk and in our paychecks. These things we
along the line and will continueto Members of the negotiating team for National Association Govern- expect not Part of the time, but Everytime. Then, DO WE, in
press onward and forward to- ment Inspectors, Unit No. 1 were F. A. Bolin, J. E. Murphy, R. C. fact demand more of others than we do of ourselves? DO WE,
ward our objective the elimi- Williams and J. W. Bradshaw. National Association of Government in fact willingly pay for services or products that are dependable
nation of waste. Inspectors, Unit No. ] was granted exclusive recognition on performance -- one for workday life and another for our personallife
March itfth:! for a unit composed of all non-supervisory, non- ? Only You can answer these questions.
This mission is a maximum clerical, and non protessional civilian employees of the Quality As I have mentioned before errors are costly -- in loss of
effort All combat-
assignment. Assurance Group, Overhaul and Repair Department. The agree- schedule time and in having to re do a job that should have been
ants are expected to panicipate ment will become effective as soon as approved by the Chief done right in the first nlace. It is a waste that can never be justified -
to individual insure total of victory.achievement Many Bureau of Naval Weapons and may remain in force for a periodof or reclaimed. An error in any section of the team has a de
above and acts beyond the call of, two years. It was negotiated within the spirit and intent of Executive trimental effect upon the reputation and accomplishments of all.
duty, have been noted. This Order 10988 and envisions improved effectiveness of opera- Errors are demoralizing for they indicate a lack of interest on
meritorious service will be ap- tions through improved employee management cooperation. the part of some member of the team. And like a chain a team
is no stronger than its weakest link.
In conclusion, let me quote an old axiom of military strategy:
The best defense against a loss of workload is a good offense
Jtfatr Cars of JacksoMvMe No. 1966 against high cost. Pride in the achievements of our O&R, pridein
our section, and pride in ourselves will help eliminate waste
1037 Hwfekks Ave. J ;kie.vHle, fll. and ensure scheduled delivery of a quality product at a competitiveprice.
Join the O&R team! Do it once -- do it right! -- J. R-


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just as they have nearly doubled
from the early 1950's until now. To Joinwow
A VALUED CUSTOMER-4 Approximately 51,000 employees
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November 1 11?, 1965


By 'Sharon Arnold, LibrarianEIECTRA /

t By Executive Order of the Louis Hysmlth, NAS Security-
President, Mission Safety 70 has "Each year at the end of Octoberthe by Gladys Sdimitt. YANKEES AND SAMURAI by THE FORTUNE ROAD by
been launched to decrease the State of Florida Motor Vehicle This historical novelist retells Foster Dulles. This accountof James McCague. A fifteen- I
number of accidents by Federal Records show a sudden rise in the of Agamemnon and Cas- the relationship between year old boy and a bumbling I
Employees by SOfyby 1970. the number of severity of high- sandra story, of Clyteemnestra and Americans and Japanese from journalist follow the railways I t\\I
On a local level, JaxAirNews, way accidents which occur 5 p.m. Aegisthus, and of the haunted and 1791 to 1900 shows both the as they cut their way west. Dan- '3
asked NAS Jax personnel what and 7 p.m., Monday through defiant children of the royal sources and the strength of Jap- ny's adventures in the Old West
they thought could be done to Saturday. There are two reasons family, Electra and Orestes anese isolationism, the Increasing will find a ready audience in
improve traffic conditions aboardthe for this rise in .... the ancient Greek drama of contacts between Japan readers of stories about the fron-
station. accidents. ((1)) passion and tragedy. and the West and the profound tier and is rnlHrWnn pioneers.
Dark ness internal changes which led to
Joseph Pawlowski, E01 -- comes about ,, Japan's emergence as a world
"Traffic Accidents can be reduced one half hourto I" # #
by lecturing the different
an hour
'f' Science Fiction Adventures
squadrons and division
at least
once every two when darkness edited by Damon Knight. Hereis

weeks, or is combined HY SMITH science an exciting fiction collection adventures.of Television Repair Complete: SatisfactionFRENCH'S
more often if Y-
A with a hard rain, many movingcar These tales take place beneaththe
lecture isreallyeffective headlights, brightly lighted sea, in deep space, on other
\ '. signs and red and green neon planets, and here on earth.
p a signs become confused withtraf-
for the first 1 ,'Zf; fic signals; this creates Radio TV Sales & Service
ti ,
one or two days -A: dangerous driving conditions. ((2))
then it is forPAWLOWSKI/ Some of us don't fully under- 6357 103rd STREET
gotten. For example, man seesa stand the need to always drive in USE YOUR HEAD by Aaron
terrible accident and drives accordance with conditions. We
Levenstein. The new scienceof DIAL 771-4602
carefully for one or two blocks. continue to drive at normal personal problem solving.The \
Failure to yield right of way speeds, even though the visibility principles and techniques of psy- "Twin Hill's Oldest and Most Reliable"TV
is a very common occurance 15 greatly lessened. 'REM- chologists, sociologists, eco-
and causes many accidents." EMBER, THE MOST DANG- nomists, and staticians howy HOME &'CAR RADIO STEREO
EROUS PART OF A CAR IS THE u can use them to overcomethe
B. M. Edwards, EOH2 -- NUT THAT HOLDS THE day to day challengesIn -
"I think the main factor in traf- WHEEL. your life.
fic accidents is speed. If more
people would adhere to the speed
limit it would

be a lot safer. _
Too many AT SASTIIlabty

people are in ,,
a big hurry to i \ \\\

do nothing. It ,T' ftuto
Is better to be
late than + Insurance

never. Another EDWARDS .
thing, drinking and driving do FOR \
not mix. Insure the vehiclesare 'ersonneIlEGt.IlDUSS
in a safe cFeiaiitii'itfu. : ) AU fAmtar l sTAR TES I
including lights, brakes windshield M/t.Il'T/t.L
wiperc, tires, steering O :
mechanism, ect. People are not OF RANK.GE COMPAN'I
usually in a hurry to get to work, E
but going home Is a different ." "" the"Intro.
story. MIAMfrtoR/D Insuranceruo I
\ Liability
Marshall B. King, YN2 -.. .rrtn STREET Concept In Auto
"There are many driving haz- New
ards aboard the station that I an J y
think could be corrected. For Proudly
example, the of the ,4
traffic light f, E IN UNIFORM
outside the THE MA N

gate can not be a A fOR PROVIDESEXC4USIVEI'Y accidentPrap.rtY
seen from the POLICY$10,000 per
right lanewhenleaving DESIGNED AU oMoBIIEerso..;
the J THE POLICY AMERICAN EAGLE $10,000 Pet accident I
THE 5 00 0 pet
baseespecial- $ erson
500 Per P i...sur.dUnlnsur.d accidentBod.
ly in mornKING liability
1..IUry I en per
ings. The control lights indicating Damage liability S i,0000pet perso : $10,000 i
the direction of traf- SiO,
fic in certain lanes do not concide c
with the signs that are posted.An Accld..tal Motorists PLUS-- AS'
automatic timer would __ fEATURES SUCH with r.duc.d I

correct this. The sign "Dual EXTRAORDINARY Rewords for dnrr69..o..th'for thoseANY :
Lane Ends" outside the gate "0" Cloll
obstructs your vision and shouldbe pia.. oth.r th n GroUP
moved further North. A sign iMHS51"1SSSSfc in
with control lights should be Ilequired '
installed let drivers know All Coverage .
to .
how many lanes are open at ;: : pro.islo. You Can Have Financia' Ilespon.sibiUty
the gate. At present driversare TS of Florida
caught by a surprise due to MO! THLY PAYNnd the State
the curve and the overhead lane SMALL of Defense

gate.control" light just prior to the FOil by Deportment advantages of American !

saving '
Richard A. Anderson, MMFN- Many Moneyow..
"One way the Yourself tb. Cou pan
traffic f pro- ., D'SCOVEIl for MaiUng the American
blem could be Protection\ by first .
a Eog'. .
improve II r
is stagger the Sure.tnsure rrrr
Be r
shifts of the To SYSTEM, ,INCrrrr rr

civilianworker r .

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Jim B. Jelkes, YN2, "The ] tile Co..c.rnlng
traffic problem could be improved r P. o. So" 33138 InfOtm ation rr

by reminding allNavyand Miami florida OBLIGATION rr
Civilian personnel on the station WITHOUT
with hints and articles in the Plan Send Me Free Rink r
of the Day and Please To' r
f Insurance
Jax Air News, i .bility rr
concerning the
safety of m. SSS""*" rr
others by complying i.. |10\\1110"\ rN
with the w""f ; r > rI
speed rules on ;I .,1 1, J ress If v n0 trrrr
the base. I also "'1 I Horn* A tatl r r r r. .
think that the JELKES rrrrI
accident rate would decrease If fn rcltr

the violators were punished more ." .
severely as on other bases I have rr .
served. This would make people . 0 ,
think twice before stepping a little I
harder on the ws."


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I Editor's' Note Fleet Air Wing Elev.. Its Slott's'
} . .I I Mission Capl. Biography

Considerable interest has been evidenced c of late concerning the

) operations and mission of Fleet Air Wing 11, the Southern Patrol
)1 Squadron Anti Submarine Warfare Command. In an effort to seek ocean sur- Captain Henry B. Scott,Commander Fleet Air Wing n, who answers

Information concerning the Squadrons of the NAS Jacksonville based Q. Commodore Stott, what is veillance using flying- counting open reconnoitering r A. I am glad you asked that sides In working toward the questions for the Jax Air News this week concerning his important

Air Wing, the Jax Air News asked Captain Harry B. Stott, Commander the mission of Fleet Air Wing I and keeping trackof shipping, question. No indeed they're not common end c of Improved read- and submarine warfare command, is a 1938 graduate of the Naval

\ Fleet Air Wing n, a series of questions concerning the command. for strangers, intruders, We are highly dependent uponthe iness. Thanks to all concerned Academy,

The Jax Air News would like to preface his answers with the fol Eleven? above looking and below the surface. This 1 station for maintenance and sup- we are making progress.Q. His' first commissioned service was In the cruiser USS Boise

lowing back ground information concerning FAW n, the largest A. Very slmpley stated the mission goes on all hours, at anytime day : ______ ply support and assistance In all and later on the destroyer USS Barney on patrol duties prior t tc

Fleet command! in the J Jacksonville area. of Fleet Air Wing Eleven in or night, 365 days a year, out of areas. Transition to the trl- there World( War n. In late 1940 Capt. Stott reported to NAS Pensa
Fleet Air Wing n has been based at NAS Jacksonville, its presentheadquarters the an of -f 1L? ; level aircraft Q. CommoJore, is any-
is perfect f VP maintenance
to and of
peacetime scores -
Jacksonville system time service With
and his
like add? cola for flight training began war
1950 of. five would to
since and is
January composed operationalpatrol
in which thing
antisubmarine warfare so that the Atlantic, Pacific and I has been completed in you Natal Brazil
bases in
t4 I VPB/ 94 flying)' out of East Coast bases and later ,
squadrons VP-5, VP-7, VP-16, VP-18 and VP-45. time of war the detection and localization Mediterranean.Q. NavAirLant followed closely by A. No, I think not. Just let me Following duty on the staff of Fleet Air Wing 16 In Recife, Braze
Three of
these squadrons fly the (famous $SP-2 Neptune\ a long- ___ Implementation
submarines of
aircraft of enemy Q. What about Fleet Air Wing the Standard say that I am happy to have this took command of VPB 45 at Belem. Next came duty at Annapolis
range patrol under 'of f
operates two recip inevitable de- Navy Maintenance
power will lead to their and Material opportunity to talk with your many Executive Officer of Training\ Squadron VN8D5; as a student at
forces do/ as
rocating engines and two jets. Each has 12 air- Eleven what you
Neptune squadron Management .
((3M) System. which
craft. struction. readers about Fleet Air Wing the Armed Forces Staff College; and in February 1948 he assumed
newest anti-submarine and VP-45 warfare operate the P-3A Orion the Navy's Q. I notice you use the term have? is about the l halfway; marK iii eleven; and VP/ASW./ I am always duties as Executive Officer of the seaplane tender USS) Gard--

of the turboprop Electra. aircraft which is a military version "Arf", In reference to antisubmarine ,A. Administratively, there are 1Ir- __ NavAirLant, has not been un- "thinking ASW" and.!want to iners Bay.In .
five squadrons under commander tccompanied by significant grow emphasize its Importance) in
Although Fleet Air warfare.,{ Why is this
Wing 11 squadrons are hcmebased in J Jacksonville of Fleet Air Wing Eleven. ? __ jig pains. At some bases like every way I can. Perhaps it is Octcber 1949 Captain Stott left die seaplane tender in Hong Kong
Canada, units are regularly deployed to .bases in Iceland, A. Because the solution of the These are Patrol Squadrons Five, NAS Brunswick which, with its not the most glamourous part of and returned to the Naval Academy for duties as an academic In-
America., Spain VP-45, Sicily, Bermuda, the Caribbean !islands and Southi modern ASW problem is more Seven and Sixteen,all now locatedat VP functional base loading and our Air Navy, but the fact thatit structor.' In 1952.he reported to the staff of Commander' In Chief,
mile currently operating over the northern Pacific' than a science. It requires a NAS Jacksonville; Patrol support, is ideal from a VP is often a thankless, mono U. S. Nayal Forces Eastern Atlantic and Med rranei.n. Two )years'
Rico.I VP-18 is permanently stationed in Roosevelt Roads, Puerto highly coordinated and integratedteam Squadron Eighteen homeported at point view, these problems have tonous, never-ending task does later Captain Stott attended the senior course at die.Naval War

Now effort employing numerous Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico: ___ been minimized. Jacksonville, 1 not make it less vital to the College followed by duty In the Office of Chief of Naval Operations
Captain Stott's answers concerning Fleet Air Win* 11. electronic sensors of varying the problems Incidental to inception well-being of our nation. In Strategic Plans Division.
45 In the
and Patrol squadron now
degrees of sophistication and have been compuounded by providing protection for our
capabilities. Yet, the men at the middle of a six months deploy- the wide range of aircraft and shores as well as maintaining In 1957 Captain Stott began a tour of duty as Chief Staff Officerfor
controls are the key to performance ment to the Pacific Adak, Alaska squadrons supported' In the Jacksonville control of the seas throughoutthe Fleet Air Wing 14. In 1959 he joined the staff of the Armed \
and only when all are mold In the Aleutian chain. -J complex. We are most world VP/ASW/ aviation is Forces Staff College. This was followed by duty as Sub Chief of
ed into one can the ulitmate in early December,Patrol Squadron f fortunate having some very fine extremely important, and 1 am the Naval Mission, Brazil and Senior U., S. Naval Advisor to die

performance be realized. Seven will commence scheduled and dedicated people striving' with proud to be a pan of it. Also Brazilian Naval War College.He .

Q. What ts the mo/or/ difficulty/ Mediterranean deployment basedat us to work out the t bugs, Capt. I want to take this opportunity returned to the United States earlier this year to assume his
Sigonella, Sicily. R. L. Watson of NAS
Supply, to express our appreciation toaD present duties. ,
In solving the ASW problem? T_:IIIII.'JI' II'1..an'I" Cdr. W. W. Wooden, the AMD of the fine people of ComFalrjax -

A. If the submarine is there, -.- I'. ';; ."'""'. Officer and Cdr. P.J. Flamand, Staff, aboard NAS Jacksonville

we'll find 1 him. Once we "pin- 0. What ts Atlantic Fleet ComFalrJax Supply Officer, to and In the other activities -
point", or localize as it's' knownin an CAP1.4'STOTT. name a few of the key officers with which we In Fleet
the "trade." Yes, that's' the patrol squadron doing In Alas- doing their utmost with us to make Air Wing Eleven work closely on A-I
major problem we face. ka? Q. What forces do you con. in the Fleet Air Wings\ Pac Or- this new system work. In the a day to day basis. In order to

A. VP-45 Is on a normal six operationally/ ? ganization. However, the squad- interest of overall efficiency, do our job properly, we need =
What .
Q. do do about all
you months deployment to the Pac- A. rons and crews do essentially the system has removed certain of help and cooperation from many USED CARS
this in peacetime? ific on a "one shot"" basis. They As the local air ASW unit same job of ocean surveillanceand the Commanding Officer's command outside the Wing, and we get It ==

A. First of all we train, train, are training and flying open ocean commander under the ASW group ASW. and control fuocltons,hereto regularly.
Need train. We practice and measureour surveillance and practicing their commander Rear Admiral H. H. Q. Commodore, what Is ..you fore considered vital to the
? skills in all of the complicated trade just as they would In the evaluation of personnel serving exercise of command. Loss of
J Jacksonville exercise
money facets of ASW, both in- Atlantic. I visited the squadronIn control, over those operation Fleet- in VP/ASW/ forces today? these command and control func-- SPECIALI! DUVAL MOTORS
dividually as crews which are early September .and although, tions largely In the maintenance//
organized, trained and fly together of course, they'll' be Air Wing Eleven forces based in A. I am very much impressedwith has
glad to come !supply area, innowaydimin--
Borrow day in and day out. Then, home, they have enjoyed the challenge J Jacksonville. This number of the caliber of both officers VP ished the responsibilities of the 116 lAIN LUNCH BEST BUYS:
course, varies dependent mainly enlisted serving in our
too, each day we're on the prowl offered by the change In squadron commanding officer
upon our deployment schedule.In forces. rye J been> in and out
from whatever base be
we may operational environment. hut has remvoed from his direct
our operational organization of patrol i aviationslnce l 1942 and authority and supervision the BIGSTEAK SAN JUAN LOT
Commander}( ASW Forces, Atlantic in my opinion we've' never received -
for carrying out certain
Vice Admiral C. E.WeakJey, better Their means OFF ROOSEVELT h
adimeand a input. his as related to ====
is the ASW Task Force Com dedication 'and spirit is TOPS. responsibilities
of aircraft. these
'15 PIZZA upkeep
mander. I ;am proud and happy to be
he is now dependent upon station -
( y Q. What about Fleet Ah Wings, serving with them in this vital for aircraft maintenance and DNINEIL ALL .CARS REDUCED
___ fIeMQ.
call /( _::; 4-::: TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM Atlantic? How does this organization aircraft squadrons supply response. At best, thereIs ,=-. 1965 MUSTANG HARDTOP.$2195, $
C.I.T. 1 PREMIUM BEER fit Into the scheme of Q. And the your an adjustment to make on the =
\.z. : fly, what can be said part of our operating forces to $135I auto/trans./ R&H& PS, WSW.
ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI things? about them? these new concepts as well as a II J965 FORD CUSTOM 500 . . .$J2389

A. Fleet Air Wings Lant is new responsiveness uponthe part 4 dr. sedan, V.8, auto/trans/ R&H& PS, air
"PIZZA. administratively senior for the A' In regard to the P2, or Neptune of shore activities to fleet requirements I ole = cond., WSW. 2-tone. ...
.. three Fleet Air Wings in the there's' little that I can
on a roundtheclockseven red.b II 7965 FALCON FUTURA HARDTOP .$52095
our specially"ANK'DERICKSON Atlantic Fleet organization. or add about this remark-
say week 365 day
;? day year 2 dr., auto/trans./ R&H& WSW. low mileage.
These wings, Three, Five and able aircraft that hasn't already operating oasis. Since the aa- 428 Highway 17
-7 Eleven, are all under Rear Ad- been said. It has been a great Inevitably == 1964 GALAXIE 500 HARDTOP.$1849$
accompanied -
miral A. R. Matter's' Fleet Air ASW workhouse through the yean justments by growing pains and! across (from the dogtrack& ,- 2 dr., 'V-8, auto/trans./ R&H& PS, air cond.,

In the Heart of Cedar Hills Wings Atlantic organization, and is still doing\ all that we ask "bugs"' there is need for understanding ORANGE PARK -= WSW.

thence under the type commander of it. One has only to climb and much effort on both == 1964 MERCURY COMET . . .S1895$

3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. ; ComNavAirLant, Vice Ad- through' a P2, however, to see 4 dr., standard shift, R&H& extra clean, cream
I 7710170WESTSIDE miral C. T. Booth. FairWings- that we've reached the "stops"as

Yes, you may make application! by phone at C.I.T.! _7_ Lant is also in the operationalchain far as growth is concerned.It Two fine Self windingdiamonds =-= 1964 puff.FAIRLANE 500 HARDTOP . H895$

Or even by mcil. But, frankly,we enjoy meeting people so operational of command senior for and all as ASW our ments.is"chock-a-block"The new P3 Orion with which equip- No hour hand === sport coup., V-8, auto/trans./ R&H& WSW,

much we hope you drop by our office in That bucket
person. matters. our squadrons are continuing to L--_ seats.

way we can talk over your loan to pay bills, or the money W Q. You three Fleet Air transition (VP-5 will be the next 1964 THUNDERBIRD HARDTOP . .$J3J95

you need for travel. Or discuss whatever. .problem a Wings. Are say they all the same Fleet Air Wing Eleven squadronto ;' ,, .,',/,. _- full power, air cond.
transition commencing next
(Cl.T.loan can solve for you. Remember, you'll' find.a a (C.I.T. AT size? spring)) has been extremely well 1963 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE..fl795 f

office just( about anywhere you happen to be. Thereare A. Yes. Fleet Air Wing Three received by the fleet. Although V-8, auto/trans./ R&H, PS, WSW
. .
over 400 CI.T. offices from coast INC. Icoated at NAS Brunswick, Ma, there are some "bugs," they are 1962 CHEVROLET BEL-AIR
to coast. There's ;
welcome a t- Sir.. T T. S See e Ui lefori,'. r. Yo.. .IsyAgg. vwIf Fleet Air Wing\ Five at NAS few in number for an aircraft at % ,, 4 J dr., sedan, auto/trans./ R&H& WSW.
waiting for you at every one. Why not call now? '. Norfolk, Va. and Fleet Air Wing d this stage, arid seldom has an air- I ,, 1962 GALAXIE SEDAN . . .$S890

vWFully Eleven here at J Jax all consistof craft moved so rapidly and 4 dr., V-8, auto//trans., R&H.
LOANS TO $3000 43 Cejmp., .r.$$1595 five VP Squadrons. smoothly from test and acceptance i 'raI 1962 CHEVROLET BEL-AIR WAGON. .5$57395

Q. How does this compare with/ /> to world wide serviceuse. real-' _______ 4 dr., auto/trans./ R&H& pS & B, air cond.,
CASH YOU O.T Pilots and crew are ---

Monthly H 30 ..ejvlpM. .*. the Pacific/ ? ly fond of the P- 3 Orion its 1960 WSW.CHEVROLET BEL-AIR WAGON. J895$
Paym.nts mo. mOl. mOl. J With' roof rack. Squadrons.A. Both fleets The have Pacific 15 Patrol how is response, of course and much performance.faster with 4 dr., V-8, auto/trans./ R&H, PS & B, air

$$50 $$1549.56 $$1322.36 $$1083.54 much greater range and facilities cond., WSW.
: '" i ever still has three seaplane while for more accurate navigation. S=-==' 7958 VOLVO . . . . .$595
70 commission,
2169.39 1851.30 1516.96 196J Clila Conv., new car squadrons Crew standard.shift, R&H& extra clean.'
warranty. .$.1229$ the P5M has gone from the Atlantic capability and habitabilityis

100 __________ 2644.71 2167.09 1965 Executive car, with air. . ..$$189 Fleet Inventory. Right. by far the best we've ever :fJ SPECIALMILITARY : :

120_ J ___ ___________ 2600.50 now, as I indicated earlier, the enjoyed in any ASW aircraft.
bI..sCc'dljjealth' ., 1964 VW Convertible Sedan. balance of squadrons be Best of all is the remarkable FINANCING
flf'hl nsurjrsc availabls' on'""Io.n...it low croup IIln ,. :'$$159 patrol :::
1004 Ghla Coupe, 1500 cc enctne. ,. .f189i: tween fleets is 16-14 in favor growth potential possessed by Just two more reasons why Zodiac
this aircraft. As the requirementfor
UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANY 1963 Ghia Conv., clean. . . .$$1600 of ron the 45 Pacific on station with in Patrol Adak.Squad more-1>lackboxes"of a more gives you more watch for your moneyLeft

highly sensitive and sophisticatednature
1964 VW Sedans. .$$149* Q. What about Fleet Air Wingsin electronic storage and : Zodiac Ellsa. The look of luxury In an unusually attractive gift. Accented
3312 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville 1963 VW Sedans.. ?? the Pacific/ ? Are they essentially processing\ of data, and comput with two diamond*, glowing with the golden look of the 10 Karat RGP r1bA'MOTORS
$ ,
case and 10 Karat gold filled bracelet. Model#6928 $$71.50.
III VW Sedans . .$JfJJJ the same as here in the erized solutions continues to expand Right, : Zodiac Olympos.One of the most advanced watches of our day.Actu--
7, Fla. 1961 VW Sedans. . Atlantic? the P3 airframe will be ally has no hour hand, a floating disc revolves and creates a whole new
1960 VW . .$$89 dif able to this growth for effect. Self -winding&, waterproof, precision micrometer regulator. 10 Karat
Phone: 3981581L.i1 Sedans. .I. . . .$$69 A. No. There are many years to support come, and will continueto gold filled top, steel back case. Model #3096, $$100.00.Both .
ferences too numerous and detailed watches have 17 Jewel Zodiac-shock resistant precision movements,
provide the fleet.with a high mainsprings and balance staffs..
Geography with lifetime unbreakable
1961 VW Std. Sta. Wagon. . . $ to go into here. are performance, all weather ASW c ) I
1963 VW Deluxe and organization _
Sunroof jgg Zodiacs
Wagon. . .$ major factors contributing to the patrol aircraft.Q. .

differences. Just for example, WATCH CO. 4538 SAN JUAN AVE. EV 4-4536 2
Air What about service/ support .
VOLKSWAGEN three Fleet 1212 Avcnu of*P*AnwCaI..f9f
whereas have
INC. we ,. N_VgI! II,N.Y.10036 ''til 9 for shopping convenience/ _
.1150 so LANE Wings in the Atlantic with the ? Are these integral to the t fOtll it C'fUtl.' MM V*cow p. your ,
I 314-34441 same number of squadrons squadrons organization? ..q,
there are seven Fleet Air



10 JAX AIR NEW AFTERBURNER November 11, 1965

Jaycee's Sponsor 15th Vp-16 EM Women's Side I

Annual Mutt Derby'The Wives Have

, CoffeeThe Of the ry'f 1

15th Annual "Mutt Der- Racing with the one exception'' By Shir I Conouplit-i
by", sponsored by the Jacksonville being the family pet, regardlessof
Junior Chamber of Com breed, replaces the sleek rac- VP-16 Enlisted Wives
merce, will be held Sunday,Nov ers on the track. The dogs Group met Nov. 10 at the Blue Exchange StylesTuesday
14, at the Orange Park Kenne.: handled by their owners, break Jackets Inn for coffee. Plans
Club. from the trap and chase the were made for the December Was Fashion Day at
The gate proceeds of the 12* mechanical rabbit. meeting. It was decided thata the Beacon Club, Cecil Field.
event afternoon of "Family Pet" Past "MuttDerbies"see. gift exchange would be a part The Fall and Christmas show
racing will go to the Jack dogs leap into the grandstands 01 of that meeting and a draw fora was sponsored by the Navy Exchange -
and Jill Pre Christmas Shop- taking short cuts across the in tooled leather purse. Ticketsfor and to say the least it a.
ping Tour for underpriviledge field. the drawing can be purchasedfrom was well done, most completeand
There will be 10 heat
children. any of the VP-16 Wives. lovely. Coffee and cocktailswere
Admission for the races for dogs of various weights, Guest speaker for the coffee was served while ladles watched
which begin at 2 p.m. will be culminating in two final races. Jerry Beason. Mr. Beason the fashion show, a make up
$1. for adults and $.50 for child- In addition* to the 12 "MuttDerby1 gave a Flower Arrangement. demonstration, Polaroid picture
ren under 12. events, two greyhoundraces Demonstration for the Holidays. demonstration, wine tasting anda
have been scheduled.
Junior Chamber of Commerce
beautiful of gift
Free refreshments will be
officials explained that the"MuttDr"hy" pro and for Christ
is much like Greyhound vided for the children who attend. pings packages
mas. To top it all off the
babysitting was free as well as

,. .. Open under new management all the other attractions. That
.1: b. ,, 1.4 beat!
.. is hard
;><+!: :": Y.t: : program
l?:' J" ':':::::J.t.:: ;.:>rt,.. This has takenon
'1 :':::':' JET Beauty Salon year sportswear
rJ., ;rr THERE IS A an extra new look that
t f 6481 ROOSEVELT BLVD is durable and crease resistant as
I >>, 384-1522 well as attractive. "Somethingthat
,(!:::::': ':"':."" plc'a North of N. A. S.PERMANENTS. will travel "...that is the
. i..!., N'SAVEDRUGS ,,.':..:!;(:> constant cry of Navy wives all
N' SAVE year around. Every season is
i !::(
\ i travel season, so knits and jerseys -
take to the suitcase with
i. -
: 4:..f STORE $10.00 Wove $9.00 great success. And that was one
: r.t" of the surprises of the day.
One outstanding number was a
$12.50 Wave $11.50
NEAR YOU two piece double knit of hun-
dred percent wool in light blue
$15.00 Wave $13.50 and an unusual shade of brown.It .
Baked Dixie was smart! The lingerie was touch the hearts of everyone.
C Shampoo & Set $2.50 mostly feminine pastels In chiffon Tuesday was no exception!
MEATLOAF 63 [Hair Cut $1,50 and lace. One Jumpsuit (diagram Leotard outfits, bell bottom
Tues.. Wed.. Thurs.,ONLY ) was really outstanding. It pants, jumpers with attached
hot vegetable potatoes'. hot rolls & fcuffer. brown gravy Emily LaKue was a almost bare back except blouses in easy care wash
for a button band across the fabrics & pajamas and bath-
Open evenings by Appt. back and bell bottom trousers- robes . all were shown
the ensemble was In light blue with animation and darling
silver lame. This certainly does smiles.If .
n't sound like the exchange mer- you missed the show this time
Do Your Christmas chandise but It Is!II be sure to see the next one. IT
have been told that you should IS ALL FREE! You can't beat '"
never compete with a child on that anywhere and you will geta
Shopping EARLY! stage and it must be true. The much different view of the
1I children in the show always will Navy Exchange.

I . with a
Notes of Interest I IMrs.


James H. Mauldin helda
LOAN decoration workshop in her
Orange Park home Tuesday Nov-
ember 2nd. Mrs. Robt. Za
SAVE check was the co hostess for
the morning. It looks like we will
a have snow for the Christmas
Time and Money Bazaar.

WAS JacksonvilleCPO

You can avoid WIVES met for their reg-
I fl- 1 ular monthly business meeting
Monday evening November 1st
/f that frustrating Mrs. William Horn presided over
a / the meeting at which plans were
{ formulated for the Annual Family
I last minute rush Party. At that time Mrs. Robert
Schenck was installed Into the
group by the clubs Chaplain Mrs.
get FULL VALUE Henry W. Taylor. NovcMbtR

/ \ I for your money LTIBLACK ANGUS

and get the ;:y?;: Meat Companyor

exact merchandiseyou "A steak

4029 Blanding Blvd. -CEDAR HILLS-111.1361
want from

F. 7 lb. Box Beef burgers $ Q 99
complete selections.
36 PA TTIES 3 nr.. EACH **

Bacon 49 *

fax Nafntleltltt PACKAGE AND SLICED I..

Pork Chops 3ih 99 *


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JAX NAS-BLDG. 39 Cecil Field-B.ldg.; 26
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MoviesMovies will be shown regularly Club Schedules ..I.Ads ctitj2

I at 7 p.m., Monday through Satur- 0" CLUB Music this Friday Cecil Field CPO dub Friday -
day. NATTCwUlhavetwofeature night will be provided by 10 oz T bone for a $1.25.
Mark Castle. Saturday's music Saturday 12 T bone for
| times, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., on oz a
will be by Johnny Jelinek. Tues- $1.55, the Spotlighters will pro- should
Saturdays and Sundays. The bo mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
hospital will have one featureon day is foreign dish night featuring vice the music for Friday and Sat- 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
Sunday at 7 p.m. a menu of gourmet treats from urday nights. Sunday roast beef later than Tuesday for publication the 'following Thursday.Ads .
All evening movies at Cecil Germany.CPO dinner for .850, children for.400 arriving too late 'for this deadline will be published the
CLUB Phil Cay and the Monday the club will be closed.
begin at 7 These
Field p.m. Chantels following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.;
will provide the Wednesday is Dinner
times are subject to change. enter- game night. A check order 'for the full
or of the od
money cost must be
Thursday November 11 tainment on Friday with dancingon will be 10 Oz K. C. for a $1.35.
I received WITH the copy for the ad.
Saturday to the music of Mark
Monlurl-Marlon Brando
Castles Combo.Light lunches are DO NOT SEND CASH

NATTC, Yul Brynner- I Saw What You Did- served daily as well as a dinner Cecil Field EM Club Tonight RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .12.00
Joan Crawford.John Irland service at night. is game night. Special dinner Per additional line ((4 words per line/. . .0.50
Hospital The Train Bun ACEY DUCEY CLUB Fri Shrimp basket for .400 from I
Lancaster, Paul ScofieldC. day's entertainment will be 6 till 8 p.m. Friday nights features ri-
Field Operation CIA provided by The Holidays with the Mel Gaden. Saturday danceto

Burt Reynolds, John Hoyt Moonlighters on Saturday. the juke box. Sunday music is FOR SALE:Redecor,3 BR,home, RIDE WANTED: Murray Driveto
provided by Mark Castle Combo.
$100 dwn. $55 mo. ORANGE
Bldg 500 NATTC. hours 0715-
Friday, November 12 Every Monday, Tuesday, Wed- PARK REALTYBKRS.2646144 '
and 1555 call 388 5539 after 5
NAS Zebra In The Kitchen nesday FridayisHappyHour, PM Mrs. HamCHRISTMAS
from 5 till 6 p.m.LUTHERAN FOR RENT Studio 1 adult
jay North, Audry Meadows : Apr, .
NATTC Mortiuri Marlon only, camp furn Incl, linen, silver GIVING. Part Siamese -
Brando, Yul Brynner util & tel. $100 mo. EV8- kittens. 7 wks old. Good
Hospital I Saw What You Did- SERVICE 9886 or 354 4903 home. Call EV9 7711 ext.
Joan Crawford, John IrlandC. ; CENTERThe 8480
FOR SALE OR RENT Furn house ___
Field War Gods Of The : :
Deep Vincent Price,Tab Hunter J\ fERRI Lutheran Service Center half blk ocean Atl Beach, 3BR, BY OWNER: 3BR, 11/2B, equity (.
November ttz: < 5zj9// -. $1000 dwn, $85 mo 354 -4903 or sale, assume VA mort, Cedar
Saturday, 13 at 19 W. Forsyth St. Jacksonville
387 588'lPHOTO
Hills, conv schools &bus, phone
NAS Imitation of Life Lana I 1 Lk1WuM4iIIur has scheduled a 781 1984 after 5
Turner John Gaven Square Dance especially for XMAS CARDS:with port
NATTC Zebra In The Military Personnel Nov. 19 rait of your family. Will shootIn FOR RENT House 2 BR,

Kitchen Jay North, Audry at 8:30 p. m. There is no your home. 771 3142 for IB, $85 a mon., incl. water -

Meadows charge for admission and refreshments Appointment.FURN sewage, gar. Kit equip., closeto
Hospital Mortiuri Marlon NAS & Cecil Schs, 5160
will be served.
Brando, Yul BrynnerC. APT: Herschell 3859, 4 101st St. (off Onega arm Blvd.)
rms & bath, prch, yd, near NAS,
Field The Train Burt avail. Nov. 15 SP1 2377
Lancater, Paul Scofield OO util furn. 387 1950 $60 Clark.
The United States Navywas the
Sunday, November 14 *
first to use the moon as a communications .SELLRENTBUYTRADE. HOMES SALE RENT
NAS Darling-Laurence Harvey relay station. Ten CHOICE 2,3,4, BR homes, $100 Some no dn, Many $0 $100
Dirk Bogarde hours of teletype were moon down, no closing costs. Fast dn. No closing costs,New homes,
NATTC Imitation of Life beamed from shore ship duringone Move in. Tell us your needs. All the X-TRAS, Family Rm,
Lana Turner, John Gavin; \__ "moonday" in 1962. DUKE LOSTUMBO, Broker, call Fenced yd., built In RIO...
Hospital Zebra In The Kit- 771-0374 or 387-4296 You name It. TIMMERMAN
chen -Jay North,Audry Meadows RL TY. DRKR 771 2792{ and
C. Field I Saw What You 771] 1861.SINGER .
Did Joan Crawford, John Irland
Monday, November 15 -A&1LEY' 35 Year Old Military Companyhas AUTOMATICCONSOLEModel
position available for retired Sewing Machine, zigzags,
NAS Flower Drum Song Officer or CPO In Jax/ blind stitches, buttonholes decorates -

Nancy Kwan, James Shigreta LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE Mayport areas. Maxium eligible etc., orig. price $300,
NATTC Darling Laurence age-50. Send brief resume and ''has balance of $82. or assume
Harvey, Dirk Bogarde avallibility date to Regional Dir- $8 monthly payments, will take
Hospital Imitation of Life GO GO DISCOTHEQUE! ector, POBox 13177, Orlando, older machine as pan payment,
Lana Turner, John GavinC. Fla. 32809. phone 353-1946 anytIme.Blanding .
Field Mortiuri Marlon

Tuesday November 16
NAS Born To Speed Johnny 'THURSDAY EVENING -
NATTC Flower Drum Song -
Nancy Kwan, James Shigreta 103rd and Blanding Offers
Hospital Darling Laurence 3909 BLANDING BLVD.

Harvey, Dirk BogardeC. GAS FOR LESS
Field Zebra In The Kit- CASE LOTS:AT cosr+ 10% DRIVE-IN SERVICE
chen -Jay North,Audry Meadows To MHitwy 'ersou.IuidGov.rM.aI'Epoyeos!

Wednesday, November 17

NAS Shenandoah James
Stewart, Rosemary Forsyth

NATTC Born To Speed- 1V Also e Tune-ups Delco Batteries
Johnny Sands, Terry Austin ,
Hospital Flower Drum Song- Lubrication Firestone Tires
Nancy Kwan, James ShigretaC. SI C Wash & WaxBrakework Quaker State Oil
Field Imitation of Life -
Lana Turner, John Gavin I General Auto Repair

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,'' EXT 400 : ; 1
VIETNAM MEDAL The Assistant Secretary De-
fense (Manpower) signed the Department 1 ..Y
Both the design and the criteria of Defense Instruction
t' t n for the award of the Vietnam applicable to the Medal onOct-

Service Medal, established by ober i; 1965.
Executive Order 11231 of July '
1rV4 8, 1965, have been approved by CIVIC ACTIONThe 'f,
the of Defense. PROCLAMATIONGovernor
Department Florida Marine Air Re-
This Medal will be awardedto
serve and the citizens of Flor- Haydon Burns discusses
U. S. military personnel who
offered "A
ida have been
have served in the proclamation endorsing
are serving or
Vietnam and meet the require- Vietnam Lieutenant Colonel L. the Marine Corps Reserve Civ-
of of Defense ic Action Fund
.t ments Department Vietnam
E. Lovette, Commanding Officer,
.4 Instruction 1348.15. of the Florida Marine Air Re- through CARE with- Lieutenant
The disc-shapedbronzeMedal, serve announced this week. Colonel L. E. "Loveffe,

MARINE WIVES/ CLUB The Enlisted// Marines/ Wives/ Club held executed Heraldry by,the shows Army's a cluster Instituteof of This can be accomplished he Commanding Officer, MARTD,

a Halloween Social/ / to enlist new members, ana/ from the size/ bamboo trees superimposed on said, through individual contri- at the State Capitol Building
butions to CARE in the name
of this happy gathering, the social/ / was a big success. Present a traditional oriental dragon, a- of the newly established "Mar- CARE. This government-approved -

club officers, from left, seated, are Mrs. Marie/ Slocumb/ Secre -- agency is already oper-

tary; Mrs. Hazel Wilkes// President/ ; and Mrs. Gladys/ / Nimann, ating in Vietnam and is capableof
efficiently handling donations
\-"' Vice President. Mrs. Nancy Zeiger, Treasurer was not present making purchases and providing

when the photo/ was taken. An installation dinner will be held transportation to Vietnam where

next Tuesday at Cecil Field's/ Chiefs Club to install new members the needed supplies will be turned

for the coming/ year.CLAUDE. over to the III Marine Amphib-
ious Force for use in supportof

their civic action programs.
"We are winning the war with
'V the VC, but for total victory we
i j 4 must win the support of the peo-
ple by proving that the free world
has not forgotten them," Colonel
Lovette said.A .

few weeks ago a Viet Cong
ti 0 NOLAN patrol forced a local village

woman in a Vietnamese village
near DaNang known to the peo-
CADIUAC & pONTIAC ple as Hoa Loc to serve as a
,, r.k, >, }/ guide through the area near the
MAIN. AT ORANGE.OPEN ,4 ,. ,iii''(>, ," ,1<: ; village. She led them to a Mar-
,, "f'i>Ii,
jj<" II' :, ,,"" MON. THRU SAT. UNTIL SPM Behind this dramatic action isa
I MEDAL WINNERS LtCol./ John W. Sullivan/// CO, Marine Aviation story. A civic action story.

Detachment, congratulates, from left, Sgt. Joseph A. Three months ago this was a
PHONE EL 3-392? Novak, Sgt. Robert W. Anc/ro/ev/c/i/ / / and Sgt. George J. Kelly Viet Cong dominated village ina
upon awarding them Air Medals/ for meritorious achievementsin valley which had been controlled -

aerial flight while serving in Viet Ham. According to the by the Viet Cong for years.
When the III MAF Marines from
Air Medal Citations, The Sergeants exhibited courage and de-
the Second Battalion, Third Mar-
votation/ to duty in the face of hazardous flying' conditions. ines first entered the valley half

bove the inscription "Republicof ine Corps Reserve Civic Action of the people of the village fled
Vietnam Service.Thebamboo Fund for Vietnam." into the mountains. The remainder -

THE OLD SARGE SAYS trees are adapted from the flag "We of the Florida Marine had hidden all of their
: of the President of Vietnam and Air Reserve are initiating an valuable possessions keeping out
the partly concealed dragon is in all-out drive to secure donationsto only the items essential to cot-
., reference to the subversive nature aid the Civic Action programsof tage life. The children watched
My black book of the conflict. our regular Marine forcesin silently in doorways when the
.. The reverse side of the Medal Vietnam," Colonel Lovette Marines passed by. The adults
shows a cross-bow surmounted stated. "Any citizen or groupin remained indoors. The Viet
.a, is filled by a flaming torch above the the state of Florida desiringto Cong had told the people that the
at0 words "United States of Amer- make donations in support of Americans would be far worse
with ica." The\ croshow <.. the the program may do so by sending than the unpopular French; and
ancient weapon of Vietnam and i a check or money order to that of the Americans, none were
the torch of the Statue of Liberty CARE, MARINE CORPS RESER- more cruel or terrible than the
a phonenumbers is a symbol of United States VE CIVIC ACTION FUND FOR Marines. And now the Marines

devotion to liberty and freedom.The VIETNAM, Washington, D. C. had come.
Service Medal is appendedto (Special envelopes for mailing By military action the Marines
a yellow ribbon with three your donations to CARE can be cleared and secured the valleyof
vertical red stripes suggestingthe picked up from the MARTD office Viet Cong. By civic action
for gettin' colors in the flag of the Bldg. 900. they set the stage for a remark-
Republic of Vietnam. The rib- Money is not being collectedby able transition among the people.
\ \ bon has a green border on each the Marines, Col. Lovette What changed the people from
moneycoast side, alluding to the jungle of emphasized. All donations are fleeing the Americans to turning
\ that country. tax exempt and are on a voluntary Viet Cong to them is acasestudy

to coast The Vietnam Service Medal __and_individual i basis to in civic action.
may be awarded to members of I
the U. S. Armed Forces who P _
have served in that area priorto t
that date, and who are other-
wise entitled to the Armed For-
i I I ces Expeditionary Medal, may
.j elect to receive the Vietnam

: Being a man of considerable experience, Service Medal instead. No per- ( T t
will be entitled to both medals c
the Old son
1 Sarge knows that checking *
for service in Vietnam.The \ r'rRLJ
: our phone number wherever you're
designated areas for which _
:i stationed is a pretty good idea. the Medal may be awarded Include -
;. Never know when you'll need money the land boundaries of Viet-

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working for you. Once you've seaward to a maximumof

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I 60LI/AIN 6EFT Raiders Play Glynco Tonight NASJax

6y Dave BBKBB/ After Dlsheartlng Weekend SportsShorts

It was a rather dishearting weekend for the Cecil Field varsity
Although this year's' rookie crop in big league basketball team. ,
I this year the major,league players did I select the best baseball In both Was leagues thin After chalking up their fourth win of the season Wednesday night The NAS jax Varsity basketball -
in a vote conducted by the Sporting News. fn the station gym by beating the Jacksonville Dons, a semi team will meet Saturday,
In the National League outfielder pro team, 69 60, the Raiders traveled to Hunter Air Force 13 November 1965 at 9 A.M. in
( Joe Morgan took the writers associate his academics Base for a pair of games over the weekend. the NAS Gym, Building 3. All
honors. He was the Houston with his football. Friday night the Raiders were beaten, by what coach O. G. personnel are welcome to tryout
Astros' second best hitter with a Richerson thought was more than the Air Force basketball team, for this team as all positions : -
.217 average for the season. * 100 77. Reports sifting back from the Hunter were that the are still wide open. The
An outfielder also took the MORE FOOTBALL DOCTORS- officiating was poor and rather than risk team injuries in Satur- team will have just one week
honors In the American League. Ryan !Isn't alone In Professional day night's scheduled game Richerson loaded the team on the bus after this practice to get ready
Top rookie In that league was football as a top quarterback and and came home. for its first game with Glynco,
''S= the Orioles Curt Blefary. The a doctor. His gridiron rivial Things should be different this weekend as the Raiders have the at Glynco.
Baltimore outfielder was the quarterback Charlie Johnson of comforts of their own' gym for a pair of games against Glynco, a VP-5's Mad Foxes won the
J9'. team's best power hitter and finished the Cardinals, is in line for his team they have beaten twice this year. The First game starts American League Golf Championship -
with a .260 average. PhD from Washington University tonight at 8 p.m. The two teams also meet tomorrow night at with the Air Force's679th
m After five years of kicking in /V Louis. Johnson 8 p.m. Radar Squadron taking the
,I- around in the minors pitcher scheduled to earn his Is number one spot in the National
!, Frank Linzy finally made it with honor in Chemical League. Play offs will deter-
)i, the Giants last year. The Giants We know pro football is mine the standings in the rest
,. used Linzy 57 games as a relict ting better each get- of the league.VP16 .
year, it also
pitcher. He finished 9-3 seems the won first in the'American -
.. are getting [
illllil'i'lll Volleyball league and O&R
. for the season and with 4 1.43 smarter.
earn run average;this'was good see took top ,billing in the National
enough to make him top freshman WHERE TO START Leo Dur- League. Play-offs and Double
Eliminations will be held between
pitcher in the National League. ocher, new manager of Chicago
the four from each lea-
i In the American the California Cubs, is planning to rebuild the top teams -c
Angels pitcher Marcelino Lopez club but he has gue. Eliminations will start Mon-
.Jj 1 took the freshman pitcher honor. he doesn't know quite one problem where Colorful lake Gather Brings day,November 151965 at the NAS
. to
Gym Building 3, at 11:00 A.M.
The California leftie was the start, because Leo
isn't that
t.I only freshman in the league to familiar with the Cubs farm Rattlers Into Gator Bowl for The the deadline Intramural for registering Basketball
get into the double figure cloumn material.It .
season will be, Friday, 12 Nov-
1 with wins he ended the season also maybe because there
with 14 victories in 27 games isn't any material there. It Noting that his Florida M&. M Gateway Classic against Texas ember. The 1965-66 season is
and had a 2.89 earn run average. Is reported that the military football team was offering before Southern in a night game in the scheduled to get underway Mon-
I * draft is causing troubles. The Jacksonville fans in the Gator Gator Bowl Thanksgiving weekend day, November 22. All
I HOW MUCH are professionalsports draft has scared the young play- Bowl for the fourth straight year -- Nov. 27. interested their personnel are urged to'
worth? A recent surveyin ers away from the farm clubs on Nov. 27, Coach Jake Gaither possible.enter teams as soon as

the Twin City area disclosedthat and Into the colleges and univer- says"We: --.- .
the baseball Twins and the sities where they are exempted. hope fans will accept us
football Vikings helped the areato strictly on merit--as a pretty H. L.
produce an estimated $79.2 * good football team which plays a NEWELL

million revenue In 1965 and this pretty sound, yet entertaininggame.
I figure does not include the income DOUBLE MEANING: Sandy USN/RET
from the World Seriesor Koufax commented about the Dod- "It rained all day last year
the All Star game. ger "I've played with better and we were a bit disappointedin
clubs, but never a greater one." the crowd, but we have high WOULD LIKE ALL
* Incidentaly Sand has never hopes of making our annual gameIn
. TIlE OFFENSIVE CHAPLAIN- played for any other club than Jacksonville a major event In OF HIS FRIENDSTO

I After losing to Nebraska In a the Dodgers. this great city annually", Coach

1 close game that dashed Mis- Gaither says. VISIT HIM AT
souri's Big Eight Conference * "We have had some great play-
championship hopes Mule coach ers at A & M and fielded some
DEFENSE Boston Celtic
I Dan Devine outstanding teams. I think we
commented the
Cornhusker's big and specialized on star Sam Jones told the team'snew play sound, fundamental football" ROBERTS CHEVROLETAND
rookies the
f move to
said the offen-
coaching stall "I under stand that veteran,
1 make on defense, Just yell"Rus-
sive-minded coach whose 169 vic
. Boys Town suppied him withan sell".
offensive chaplain." tories against only 26 losses and OLDSMOBILE
If Missouri would have had four ties makes him the winning-
t a defensive chaplain to teach . est coach in college football.At Green Cove Springs FloridaPH.
the unit not to use profanity WATCH OUT BROAD JUMP- late summer Gaither had ,

.I the Mules might have beat the ERS .... ...In the 13th Frog eight alumni In the National Foot- 284-3033 JAX 264.9600Join
: Cornhuskers. It was a 15 yard Olympics held in Elsburg, South ball League, three In the Amer- -4
penalty against the Mules for the Africa a native frog establisheda ican, three In the Canadian Lea- ,
. use of profanity that set Nebraska new world leaping record whenit gue and three in the Continental.Of M
: up for a field coal and the. jumped 20 feet 8 Inches. the 17, it is estimated at
'I win. The mark erased the previously least a dozen remain In late sea- America's most popular club I
. held American record by son. Fans will recall the late,

:, RUMOR Atlanta.,,which will three feet. There were more great Chicago Bear running star,
have the newest football teamIn than 400 entries from various Willie Galllmore,who was killed ((U, ,-'
; [ the NFL next year wants Ken- countries. One of the contest- In an automobile accident at pre-
. tucky quarterback Rick Nortor ants was disqualified becauseof season last fall. it f L
as its first draft choice. being under the Influence of In addition toGaither'scurrentteamwith
" * drink, another was believed to a 4-1 record going r4?
1 have been stolen. Into November after winning four :.
straight, A & M will bring its :
(Frank Ryan) Shades of Mark Twain and Q
. "C V band called the "greatest half-
... the "Celebi ted Jumping Frogof p4 *
I Is the title ot an article coming time show in football" to the + i 4
Calaveras Country.
7 up in the Saturday Evening Post 6
p on Nov. 20. Having not read the Ujitstmazs !
article yet we will have to guess
r on the content and the guess Fritz a9
would be that It docto- :
concerns ParmanR
, rate degrees, mathamatics, BIG, CHIEF .t. o.It's .
: Frank Ryan, quarterbacks and O CPO01YMr
professional football. TIHt CO. u

\ Ryan holds a PhD In matha-

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';.I Team Wins Loss Team Wins Loss Ficeur, 5 VAP-62,0
' ,
" AVIONS 331/2 101/2 NARTU 4 ,0 Ping Pong
.. Cutters 26 10 VP 16 3 0 NAMTG,5VP30,0FICEUR
Spoilers 30 14 Hospital 2 ,0 4 Recreation
,\ Sky War. "B" 29 15 ComFairJax 1 0 FAETU, 3 Marines, 2
t Nockers 23 13 VAP 62 1 3

tI. Tipplers 231/2 131/2 VW-4 1 3 Tennis
Mix Masters 241/2 151/2 FAW 11 0 1

Airmen 211/2 141/2 VP 30 0 1 VP-16,5 FICEUR, 0
Hard Hats 221/2 171/2 FICEUR 0 4 VW-4,5 VAP62,0Volleyball

i Pizzans 20 21 ,
Anchors 20 24
.w Church Key 16 20
.. Lucky "7" 161/2 Team Wins Loss
,. 231/2 FICEUR, 15 VP-16,7
Molarolas 161/2 271/2 FICEUR, 15 VP-16,6
King Pins 13 Play Boys 15 25
23 VP-30,15 VP-7,6
t Torch Pots 14 26 AERON "A" 16 28 VP30,15VP7,10FAETU

PH 2 J.A. Ragsdale/ / goes for long yardage against the Marines/ Spartans 14 26 3rd Crewman 13 27 15 679th,12

Nov. 4, in a hard fought game that saw ComFairJax/ come out on Seabees Protons 10 26 679th,15 FAETU.12
9 35
679th,15 FAETU,7
top 6 to 0. ComFoirJax; now tied for 1st place ;in the American 'Rupy'RuplenasBlg FICEUR,15 VAP-62,2

: League. FECUR,15 VAP-62,5

BOWLING NATIONAL LEAGUE Name But Marines, 15 VP-16,3
t, Marines, 15 VP-16,5
r Inlet Marina Team Wins Loss VP-30,15 NARTU.O

i He Lost To Best VW-4,12 FAW-11,5
AND BOATYARD AOMD # 1 31 13 FAW-11,15 VW-4,6
CPO'S 30 14 Sergeant First Class Peter FAW-ll,15VW-4,4
Nw Fictory-Tralied Merculser Service
I Five Sharps 26 14 "Rupy" Ruplenas, 47, has
MERCURY SALES A SERVICElOATSMOTORSTRAUERS Hurricanes 241/2 161/2 gathered more than 100 trop- Bowling American League
BOQ 26 22 hies, medals and plaques dur-

AFES 21 19 ing a track career that beganas ag Staffs, 3 Splits, 1
;. Brad BiMfield owner & operator USN/RET Doctors 21 19 a high school student in 1935at Thunderheads, 3 Eaglesl3rd
Neptunes 24 22 South Boston,Mass.,and endedin Crewman, 2
:; U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH Sidewmners 201/2 191/2 1955. Cloak&Daggers

,ORANGE PARK PHONE 2M.9835 | Mixers 22 22 Rupy never became one of Lilly's, 3 Play Boys, 1
Rejects 20 20 the really big names in track, Falcons, 21/2 Electrons,l 1/2
Air Frames 23 25 but he can claim to have been AERON "A", 3 NCO'S, 1
"I Warriors 19 21 beaten by some of the very best.In PRO'S, 4 Needlers, 0
Sky War. "A" 22 26 1941, while stationed with Cursors, 3 NAMTG

Riggers 18 22 the Eighth Air Force in England, Mad Foxes, 4 AERON"B",0
FAPL 19 25 Rupy ran in a mile meet and
Supply 17 23 was beaten by only one high Bowling Continental League
AERON "C" 14 23 school boy. The boy's name King Pins, 4 Seabees, 0
; Holiday shopping'sin BB Stackers 6 34 happened to be Roger Bannister. Mix Masters, 3 Pizzans, 1
Anchors, 4 Tipplers, 0
BOWLING AMERICAN LEAGUE Sky Warriors "B", 4 Nockers
A career Army man with 20

the bag Team years service behind him, Rupy Avions, 3 Cutters, 1
Wins Loss
about how he started
jokes run- Protrons, 3 Molarolas
Mad Foxes 11 ning in South Boston. "I was too Spoilers 2 Airmen 2
Cloak & Daggers 25 /131/2 small to fight the Irish, he says", Lucky "7", 4 Spartans, 0
PRO'S 231/2161/2 "so I had to learn to run. Torch Pots, 3 Church Key, 1
During his career he has com
\: 0M Cursors 231/2 15 1612Lilly's peted against such track greatsas Golf

I NAMTG 21 21 15 Olympic veterans Curt Stone VP-5, 8 FltWeaFac
18 and Lou Gregory. Sky Warriors 5 VP 7, 4
NOO 'S 22
Falcons 26 22 Gregory raced Rupy up Ja- VW-4, 7 Duffers, 2
Splits 25 23 pan's Mt. Fuji, setting a new Hospital "A', 8 A/C Maint, 1
mark for bottom to top
Thunderheads 22 22
Needlers 21 23 trip.Though Bowling National League
he hasn't participated -
Electrons 181/2 211/2
Staffs 18 22 in any track meets since BOO, 3 AERON "C", 1
1955, Ruplenas still stays in good FAPL
Cannon Cockers 16 20 4 Air Frames, 0
'' 1'' 27 shape. At the age of 47 he can AOMD #1, BB Stackers, 0
Eagles 21
1 AEROB "B" 14 18 still score 424,out of a possible Riggers, 3 Sky Warriors, 1
,,, 500, on an Army physical train- CPO'S, 4 Sidewinners, 0
ing test. Mixers 3 1
r The first successful launch
No, Sergeant Peter Ruplenaswas
Hurricanes, 3 Doctors, 1
recovery of a primate from space never one of the really
Rejects, 4 Warriors, 0
was achieved by the United States
great names in track, but as he
Sharps, 4 Neptunes, 0
Navy in May 1959. Miss Baker, "If it wasn't for bums
: with HFC Loan says
an Shopper's
all/2 pound squirrel monkey, like me, track wouldn't be run." Football
was trained and prepared for the
.tJ' It takes more than one man to

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Household, you can shop for values any NEW from Y VAP 62, 12 VP 7,0

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Commun, 42 679th, 0
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VP 5, 16 679th, 12
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The chief says he doesn't recommend this type of action for Team defeated' 14 other ALL AGES. RANKS. DRIVING RECORDS
with a weak heart.
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Dove Season ReopensOn Oct. 24. Phone 388-7676 Phone 249. 649
The team posted an aggregate
3,348 113Xs In winning the

November 20thThe match.Staff: Sergeant E. W. Heu- tOJn.BEL-AFOB: ,
gatter a member of the Army'sregular
second phase of dove sea- later on Novermber 20, In the pistol team won the Gun
son will open statewide at noon. Third District. ner Bernard Betke Cup for individual &fUt/e
November 20 and continuefor The hunting season for rails honors, shooting 2,596- iJ
sixteen days of hunting. The and gallinules closes at sundown 102Xs out of a possible 2700.
second season closes at sundownon November 19. The season for It was the first time a non-
December 5. migaratory ducks geese and par Ine won the cup.
LADIES NITE-Every Thiirs. :1AM.TII Closiig
The special bear hunts In the coots opens at 12:00 noon
Apalachicola and Osceola Nat- November 24.According MENS NITE-Every Tues. : 7 AM. Til Closing
ional Forests close November 6, to W. B. Copeland .': Ii
and the special archery hunt on chairman Game and Fresh
the Eglin Military Reservation Water Fish Commission the \;" YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGE 29$
closes one half hour after early migratory dove hunting
sundown November 7. The archery seasons has been slow hi some '<, ,!'."
hunt on the Ocala areas of the state however the HAPPY HOUR 4 Til 6 Daily
Wildlife Management Area and special hunt for bear and the 4r'
everyday archery hunting on the archery hunts have thus far been
Citrus Wildlife Management Area very successful.
closed October 31. The Citrus 8679 ROOSEVELT BLVD.
area will remain open for
week end archery hunting NAS Cecil FieldBowlingStandings rs
through] December 5.
Hunting season for resident r
game birds and animals opensone
half hour before sunrise SATURDAY
November 13, in the First, MIXEDWon Lost 2nd ANNIVERSARYSAMPLE
Second Fourth and Fifth Con-
servation Districts and one week 9
Hurricanes 27
Spoilers 211/2 141/2
Ten Fours 21 15
Kicking Contest Naturals 19 17
Sleepers 16 20
Rescheduled Ridgewood #4 14 22
Alley Cats 111/2 241/2_

Today' at JaxThe WEDNESDAY EARLY .,
Won Lost .
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September issue of Spe- Gordons Bad B. 14 6 ','\,
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cial Services NEWSLETTER disseminated -
VFP 62 11 5 ATPS: NEW Belvedere $19454door
by BuPers, announcesthe Yellow Water 10 6 .,,,/,: '
Contest of the Month (Oct- Blueblasters 9 7
ober) to be a "Field Goal Kick- Hellrazors #1 8 8 MANHATTAN MELODY-Lovely Factory Heater with
ing" event. This contest is opento Hellrazors #2 9 11 / and talented Diane Hull,
stationedat Defroster Push
Navy Personnel only, Thunderbirds 8 12 Bvttoi Radio,
NAS Jax. This event orig- New York actress, singer
7 13
inally set for Friday,29 October Astronuts Commisary 4 12 and dancer, has green eyes White.' Will. Tires.REMEMBER..
1965 has been rescheduled for TUESDAY and light brown hair to go
Friday, 12 November 1965 at MIXEDWon Lost with her expressive person !
Stadium Field at 3 P.M.
Requirements: 11 5 ,
1 1. Kicks may be made from a' Actions Tanked Tigers 10 6 :an.k's: ,
kicking tee or held by an in- 6
dividual. Cherry Bees Pickers 7 10 9 !'W Bar
Bo -
2. Kicks will be made from the 7 9
Party Poopers
15-20-25-35 five (5)
yard lines ( Lo's 5 11 Shuffleboard
HI -
kicks from each distance). 3 13
3. Contestant with the greatest Untouchables MIXED Draft' Beer
number of successful tries out of
twenty five ((25)) total attempts Snack Bar GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLA. '
shall be declared the winner. Won Lost ,

Personnel interested in tryingout Vampires 171/2 21/2 Drive a little Save a Iot
for a BuPers award in this 5 ,1
& Kids 15 COST
contest are urged to be at Stadium Granny 9 ,
1 ,
Field at 2:30 P. M. as the Ten Fours 9
contest gets underway at 3 P.M. #Funners 5 9 11 1946 BlaiiHii Blvd. only 20 min. so. of NAS on hwy. 17
If there further questions
are any 13
on this event, please contact the. 1## 8 7 6 14Rebels ,PHONE 388-9529 Phone Jax 264-6555 ,
Dead Beats
NAS Jax Athletic.Director. (Ext. 51/2 141/2
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