Jax air news
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00884
 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 18, 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: UF00028307:00884

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


Enlisted ID CARDS men whose en Recruits FloodNavyBootCamps '

listments have been involuntarily /
extended have been

cautioned to get new ID
cards with a revised/ expiration

*eM r fay it was pointedout :
y by Navy and Marine
Corps officials/ the extend
ed serviceman may find
Young men are flockl.; to the Navy and Marine Corps In increasing -
himself unjustly denied
en numbers according to figures recently released by the
M trance to commissaries and Department of Defense.
A.RADM. A. exchanges, or may be turn- Armed Forces recruiting has risen almost 60 per cent in recent
i ed down when trying to months.: The Marine Corps recruiting results shot up 113 per cent
cash checks/ using the ex while. the Navy's figure: climbed 69 per cent
pired card identification. The Department of Defense
The warning is also applicable figures are for August,September -
and October. Authorities listments In October was caused
to extended serfvicemen's indicated that they expect simi- by the lack of volunteers. Dur-
dependents. lar figures to be posted for ing October the Bureau of Naval
November.The Personnel informed the station
Marine Corps has saidit that both Recruit Training Com-
Turner Named'Serviceman' will not need the 5,024 draft- mands were filled and that all
ees it had asked for in December available Class "A" school seats
because of the accelerated en- had been allocated. Consequentlythe
ERIC C. LAMBART, USNR, discusses ASW techniques listments. The Navy had number of recruits shipped
with Capt. Harry B. Stott, Commander Fleet Air Wing previously canceled its draft each week would be controlled
Eleven. The admiral viewed/ the FA W.ll facilities as part of call for 4,000 men in November. directly by the Bureau.

his visit as special assistant to Adm. H. A. Yeager, Commandant Jacksonville Navy Recruiting Operating under this program J j
Ninth Naval District. For October Station officials painted an In which the Bureau tells the 'H
equally rosey picture describingtheir Recruiting Station how many re- ,'
business "as waiting list cruits can be shipped in a par- ;
RAdm lambart Visitslocal .. recruiting." ticular week, the local station j
ts.i In September the Jacksonville has already enlisted 189 new I f
Station, which has recruiters in Bluejackets. Other Florida men
all of an assigned quota 297 men. have been processed and are on (<
ASW Facilities When the month ended 458 rflen a waitit1\ll1st.\ \
had departed for the Naval Train- The commanding officer of the J
. ing Centers at Great Lakes, 111., Jacksonville Navy Recruiting (
f and San Diego, Calif. Station is Commander Bradford
Rear Admiral Eric C. Lam- Capt. Harry B. Stott, Com- M1 October began the same way Wells. He has 67 recruiters on
ban, USNR, arrived at NAS Jax mander, Fleet Air Wing Eleven, with the Station having an his staff who travel more than
last Monday for a visit to the where he was familiarizedwith assigned quota of 197 recruits. 55,000 miles a month giving
naval facilities in the Jack- the latest anti submarine Volunteers came in increasing school talks, setting up Navy
sonville area. warfare techniques.His numbers and by the end of the Exhibits and seeking recruits.In .
month 349 men had departedfor addition to the recruiters,
The admiral, who in civilian itinery also includes a one Recruit Training and many Cdr. Wells has a staff of about
life is an Executive with theNBC day visit on Tuesday to the Eleu- TURNER others were standing by on a 40 administrative, supply and
television network, is a special thera station in the Bahamas,and waiting list.Recruiting. medical assistants who processthe ..
assistant to Admiral H. A. Yea- visit to Key West, Fla., Boyd L. Turner, PN1,Military Station personnelsaid recruits and support the Station -
ger, Commandant Ninth Naval Personnel Division,was presented the smaller number of en- and its branches.
District. In this capacity he on Wednesday and Thursday. No the"Serviceman of the Month"
serves as liason between Selected definite plans have been made award for October TuesdayNov.
Reserves and District Head- for tomorrow's activities.The 9, In ceremonies conductedby Personel to Make
quarters. Capt. J. R. Mackroth, Com-
admiral will depart manding Officer, NAS J ax.
Selected reserves are requiredto Saturday to report for one week His nomination was based upon
fulfill their two week active duty with Chief of Information his outstanding performance as Christmas Leave Plans NowWith
duty obligation.each year regard- office supervisor of the Career
less of rank.In Office in Washington, D. C. Information and Education Office
fulfilling another purpose of RAdm. Lambart's mobilization where he is presently assigned. the holidays fast approaching their reservations as soon as
his visit, A<1m. Lambert visited billet is that of Deputy CHINFO. Turner, who reported here in NAS Sax personnel are possible as space is becoming
1963, has been given many jobs reminded to make their leave critical. To assist personnel
with the Military Personnel Division ; plans now. in their reservations, the ser-
Congressman Bennett Meets and has performed them all As in the past, the commandhas vice of airline representatives at
with the same efficiency and established two holiday NAS have been extended. From
dedication. leave and liberty periods. Headsof now until Nov. 26, an airline
HAS Constituents MondayCharles Turner's ability to grasp a departments,in granting leave, representative will be availableat
problem and develop workable are to Insure that not more than Bldg. 13, Main Gate, until
solutions as well as his admini- 50%/ of their military personnelare 6 p.m., and Saturdays from 8
E. Bennett, U. S. Representative and a senior memberof strative ability can be noted in granted leave at one time. a.m. 4:30: p.m. ,
the House Armed Services Committee will be at NAS Jax, Monday the efficient handling of the Au- The first period of leave will A railroad representative will :
.Nov. 22, to meet local citizens and friends. gust examinations which he be from 6 a.m. Thursday, also be available at Bldg. 13,
Congressman Bennett will arrive at noon and will be met by Capt. supervised. He was also com- Dec. 16 to 6 p.m., Tuesday, from 4-6 p.m., on Nov. 19,
John R. Mackroth, Commanding mended for his supervisionof Dec. 28. The second period and Nov. 22 26. Personnelwho
Officer, NAS Jax. Warrant Officer applications.His will be from 6 a.m., WednesdayDec. wish to take advantage of
manner and dedicationto 29 to 6 p.m., Monday, Jan. the reduced fares on commer- i
His visit, scheduled to last this job have been noted by 10. The departure and arrival cial carriers must be travelingin
several hours will consist of both his juniors and seniors.Be- times for leave during this peri- uniform and have their leave
stops at the three base Post ing constantly aware that as a od are during daylight hours. papers In their possession.
Office buildings. First stop Personnelman his primary As the holiday traffic is de- Personnel departing on leave
will be the NAS Post Office, function Is service to his ship- cidely heavier than at other times will be paid on regular pay days
Bldg. 920 where the congressman mate, Turner is always willing department heads and division but those desiring to have their
Is expected to be at 1:30 r and eager to render any officers are directed to reviewall checks mailed to them should
p.m. At 2 p.m. he will be at assistance.In leave and requests to pro- fill out a Special Request Form
the Naval Air Technical Training his off duty hours Turner ceed beyond the general vici- ((6ND GEN 1000)). This form
Center Post Office, Bldg. \ .. t works with the young people of nity of Jacksonville. along with a stamped, self -
555. Bennett's last stop will be the community in his capacity as Leave requests should be addressed envelope should be
the Naval Hospital Post Office, scoutmaster of a local troop. checked to Insure that means of provided to their division officer
112032, where he is expectedto Turner's awareness of his civic who will mail the checks to
arrive at 2:30: p.m. responsibilities reflect credit transportation is available, personnel so requesting.
1 L1Congressman upon himself and the U. S. Navy.In whether commercial or private. Leave requests for the first
The Congressman's name is addition to the commendation For long distance travel the use period should be submitted to
well known around the Navy Jax I and $50 check, Turner his of commercial carriers shouldbe the Military Personnel Officenot
Complex'as he has constantly I wife, Carolyn, and five.children encouraged. later than Dec. 10. Dead-. '
worked with and for the Navy will be guests of the USO fora Those planning to travel by line for the second period j
and Its personnel. Bennett trip to St. Augustine. commercial air should make Dec. 17.

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by Chaplain James F. Agnew!

L: AAAl Edward's Chapel
and Marriage is an institution in which an adult male and
l AL-b \ / NovoHospital/ :make a covenant with God in the presence of witnesses. The female
,. are usually made in good faith, and life for the happy couple becomes vow

SUNDAY MASSES Hospital - - 0630 j person, bring children into the world, and provide for them

St. Edward's i temporal and spiritual matters. However, it is and can be done in
Chapel - 0900 & 1100 ;sucessfully. Couples with a keen sense of this awesome, stimulating
and challenging task are being richly rewarded for their ,
DAILY MASSESSt. i and dedicated endeavor.To consecrated -

1 hq'I Edward's: accomplish the high aim of fulfillment in the covenant
p J Monday thru Friday ,- 1130 ,marriage demands commitment for better or worse", and
Saturday - -'- 0900 ,objective involvement of each person. It Is at this Juncture couples an

; ....... Naval Hospital: falter, stumble and fall, for it is so easy to forget the vows of the
: '.... Friday - - 1205 covenant made between themselves and before God. Marriage is

<: never a fifty fifty proposition. It requires a hundred percent
Af ACCIDENT ? CONFESSIONS [effort 'by both persons who have been declared man and wife. Too
er on St. Edward's: many couples cease pulling together at the first jolt caused by a
Saturday - -- 1900 2000 j personality conflict, or the jar of an unbalanced budget. Marriage
Sunday - - -0815 0845; should never be an experiment in human relations; rather it should
Editorial 1015 1045 l be a commitment until death do us part."

Hospital: Sunday 0615 "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Be objective

A about relationships between husband and wife; be honest with oneselfas
Simple Report CATECHISM CLASSES well as with the other half. The partner in marriage who dares
Chapel Annex Building 722: j live a life of love, with and for his or her partner and their children -

Gives Post-Accident AidEven Saturday's 1000 will be a catylist toward a process of becoming what they should
be "one together.
though the National Safety Council and local military and PROTESTANTAll
civilian officials warn us of the perils of traffic accidents, we still Saints ChapelS 'Inspection Service Wives?
are involved in them. The dictionary defines "accident" as an
unexpected occurrence. No matter how much we know about traffic
safety, accidents will happen.We DA y's (Editor's note: The lax Air News received the following letter
should know how to prevent an accident. But the question 0800 - -.;HolyCommunion with the request that it be published if possible or that the material
arises what to do if one does have"an accident? 0930 & 1100 --Divine Worship be used in an article We feel that the author of the letter has a
Every reputable automobile insurance company has 'a prepared well taken point and that the text of the letter,needs little altering.
form to help those involved get all the facts about an accident. SUNDAY SCHOOL We also feel, very strongly, that his point is well worth passing
Some of the data needed Includes the date, time and place of the 0930 - -Chapel Annex on to you.)
accident. This Information could have a later bearing on the case. Building 722
Another important factor Is the weather and road condition. Last December I stood on the quay at Mayport and watched a
Next, the name, address and license number of the other driver WEDNESDAY'S carrier enter the basin and tie up after returning from an eight
the name and address of the car's, .owner, its license plate number ----ChoirRehearsal month cruise. The quay was filled to near capacity by the relatives
and state, and make, model and year of ,the other car is required. wives, sweethearts and children of the men aboard, the ship. The
This information should also be furnished on your car to the other SECOND MONDAY of Each Month men were waiting anxiously for their loved ones who, at long last,
driver. 0930 Chapel Women's Guild were home.
Make sure the names and address of anyone Injured In your car, (Small Chapel) I could not help but notice the people around me. Frankly I was
as well as those In the other car, are listed.If appalled and disgusted with what I saw. There was women with their
there is any doubt as to who had the right of way or who was U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's hair in curlers, some had rags or toilet paper in their hair. Some of
responsible for the accident, names and addresses of any wit- 1000 the women had on slacks and sneakers. They had cigarettes dangling
nesses are very important. So, too, Is the name and badge numberof from the corners of their mouths. A few even had on Levies,

Investigating, officer. leather jackets and motorcycle boots.. Ally the women seemed to be
The of the insurance for the and driver of .
name agent owner slovenly dressed. There oft
Traffic Violations were, course, some exceptions to this
the car should be obtained, if available. and these women were conspicious by their '
Perhaps one of the most important parts of an accident report

form is a diagram showing the ,position of the vehicles involved .- The following Is report of Some of the children looked worse than their mothers. They were
both before and after the accident. Almost every report form motor vehicle accidents and traffic dirty, ill clothed and obviously uncared for. The children were
basic cross street diagram already printed,and all that is requiredis
violations for the period Nov. allowed to run wild on the quay, some were even malicious becauseof
to draw In what happened. Usually your car Is known as Number 9th through Nov. 15th. the unconcern of the mothers.
One and the other is Number Two. Number of Accidents
it had
Perhaps been this since the
This diagram, If filled In at the time of the accident, can later This Week--------7 months ago.I way ship departed several

be used to settle certain ar uments.While most Insurance companies Total Accidents this year through find it hard to believe that Navy wives have little self-
advertise "quick payment," difficulties may arise and it could be Nov. 15th-------- 214 and can so
even less for their husbands
months before settlement is reached. In this of time that they would turn out
a period Number of Accidents throughNov. to greet a ship in such a manner.
the involved forget some of the accident details. 1964
persons may - 219 Their husbands had
Memories can become very hazy. If the other driver was in the Total number of days since last When they finally not look seen an American, girl In nearly a year.
got a at what
was waiting them who could
wrong, your diagram could very well save the day for you. injury in a motor vehicle accident blame them for recalling the
Obviously, the best thing to do is avoid having an accident. But neatly dressed European girls that
- - 23 wear dresses, high heels and comb their hair.
if, despite your precautions, you become involved in one, a properly Number of ViolationsThis Sailors are not allowed to leave the
filled accident lot of headaches. AFPS ship in clothes or uniiorms
out report can save a ( ) week
- - 29 that do
"- not meet the criteria for cleanliness,neatness conditioning.
Speeding - --.3 Most
bases have regulations the
governing dress of their personnel.
Servicemen Reckless Driving - 0 The dependents and guests are also asked to conform criteria,
Advised To Pay Poll Taxes a
Going through Stop Sign 4 yet we will allow practically anything to stand alongside and board
Other Violations - -22 a Naval
vessel. These
regulations are hard to enforce. Enforce-
Washington (AFPS) Defense the 1966 elections, It was ex Twenty seven drivers appeared ment becomes almost impossible when dependents are involved.
officials advise,personnel claim- plained. before the Traffic Hear- It Is obviously not enforceable when lack self
ing Texas and Alabama as their Some other states require a ing Board at the meeting held on dignity, common sense and good judgement.people Yet these respect are the

official residence to pay their poll tax, ,but service personnelare Nov. 16th. Disposition of the people which cry the longest and the loudest if rules are enforced
poll tax until suits currently before exempt from payment In those cases included! the following: and they must comply.

federal courts are resolved. states, an official said. Three lost driving and parking[ Consideration must be given to the and incomes of the
Suits are underway testing the Seryice voting officials will privileges aboard station for various people concerned as well as their environmental ages background. Ex
constitutionality of poll taxes inline not handle correspondence querying periods; one was assigned ample _also contributes towards
with the Voting to complete an eight those appearances.: I am sure that all
Rights Act state and local officials hour women on the quay have
had at least dress or skirt
1965. course in remedial
concerning this matter. Indivi driving at and sweater or suit that would be
fitting for
Persons failing to., pay this duals must Initiate their own NATTC; One was assigned to the occasion.
tax: may be Ineligible to vote In correspondence. complete a six hour course The men on the ship should
in remedial driving at Jax Police to dress ask or, better yet, tell their wives
,Academy; Eleven received suspensions imaginethe appropriately dismay to meet the shiP or stay at home. Could you
resulting If-a base commanding officer"or ship's
; Six were given warnings Officer of the Deck
; Two dismissed; and Four Such enforcement would! not allow these people to come aboard.
referred to may be what Is needed to educate these people.
commanding officers Enforcement
JA.X A.IR NTEWS: for possible disciplinary action. coming on the would pier. also result in a pleasant and beautiful home-

It is ridiculous to appear dressed like a tramp to greet a husbandor

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise' Newspaper Service House Trailer The a sweetheart at his homecoming.

distributed each Thursday at the' U. S. Naval Air Station, Break-Downs Covered again very same soon.ship I I watched last year will be returning to Mayport
can not helP but recall the last return and how
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a few ladies I also
J'A wonder if the will be there
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR again this same people
the same It will be sad sight
Washington (AFPS) -- Service
NEWS must be forwarded the Service Information Is
to Office, house trailer owners are hardJhtn once again the case. After months of hard work and
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before granted certain benefits when now fate thS timl men come home to women which obviously don't

publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- their trailer breaks down duringa dayoftyJuTreunioT" feminine and presentable even for one
Telephone EV 9-77)) 1, Ext. 8162. permanent change of station. Get
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Shipment of household goodsis and brush cleaned!? up hair, get dressed in something neat and clean, wash

concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing authorized when"breakdown," wife not dock meet the ship looking like a lady and a Navy
Company 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida damage, or destruction of the take a ? a hand standing by to unload the ship. It doesn'tIf
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. trailer occurs while enroute to this Ln'r be money to look neat clean, desirable and feminine.
authorized destination." done I hope that the commanding officer can find

VOL. Further information may be JSImSnl.. keep these people off the station. Then the men can
NO. 36 November 73, 7965 found in Volume 1, Joint Travel beauty girls clean' healthy and well groomed American

Regulations, paragraphs M 8016, Let's
M 10014 and 10019. once again.create conditions that will make the men' happy to be home

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I YF-11 Crewman Donates Pride and: Joy' t

To FDR's Combined Federal Campaign a M E i yM

upper lip from before don'i know ."bout that," he'
his squadron left N AS "But I'll probably
to deploy aboard the one: ready for next year's
For the 18 months he fund drive."
like a baby it was his Several of the bystanders: just
I ()ked at each other and groaned.
joy.In raising and Pant
F mustache he had to endure
remarks of mustache
X ignore the envious stares
fuzzy lipped youngsters.
stood all this with

r Then, good natured i
about the bristle from his r K
<4 I.J1.. mates in VF 11,
THE PRIDE AND JOY of next to him. Personal pride
ever, made it
Robert D. Gotsch, aviation +
metalsmith second c/css/ in.When donations in
USN, was his handlebar the Combined Charity
mustache. were requested again last
ABOARD THE USS FRANKLIND. to help wind up the current
ROOSEVELT ...Some people aboard the-ship, Gotsch HOW GOTSCH
will sacrifice almost anything inspiration.Why sans mustache. All
not enrich the month."I
the name of charity.
has are .
Wealthy persons have given fers and make his squadron .r
fortunes to the poor; Pope Paul happy at the same time?
VI recently donated his crownto shoe was on the other foot.
the world's needy; U. S. tax; "Okay," he challenged. THIS IS WHAT DADDY FLYS. .LCdr. R. W. Schaffert of
; .payers are digging :deeper to firs] ;man who,give' $ ; 'VF-13 at NAS Cecil Field describes the interior of the J-57
'finance an anti poverty pro- off charity mustache.fund personally" Crusader engine to his wife and son, Mike at the squadron'srecent
gram. house.Landscaped.
The first man in
But that's just money.
.a razor and a $20 was A
Mere riches can'thold a candleto
Melvin A. Koch also of Park
the sacrifice made last week by
In short order Gotsch had
a sailor aboard this 'attack
carrier, now deployed in the upper lip Ens. Koch
the and the
Mediterranean Sea. poorer Replace Band ShellIn
was that much the richer. .
This Robert D. Got- .
Ens. Koch said he .
sch an.AM2 in VF -11, gave his critical of Gotsch's .... .: the name of progress and scaped park. The Band Shell
on and only mustache to the 0 # economy demolition crew demollsneu as part of the
Combined Federal Campaign for son"But togive'it did seem$20 to like a ",''::::::. ,:.. ..o:.:.:.:::::::::=:. ::.;.....:....:.:, : } earlier this a week laid to'rest the demolition was contracts. left several.
Charity the'fund was $20 added. PILOT HAS NAS Jax Band Shell located months ago.Although. .
richer as a result.' AUTOMATIC across the street from the Administration the Band Shell was
Gotsch have
It happened this way: word. may yet TAKEN a1EQ.HIG building.The used on rare occasions in the
Gotsch had raised a fine,bushy, lie was asked if he A BECOCDIMG,,. DON'rDf,1G twenty four year old past few years it had its heydayin
handlebar 'mustache. The 24 to raise another IN G frame, whichhas outlived its use- the earlier years of the sta '
year-old metalsmithhad tenderly his wife when the GO ,. &OWRONG. fulness and purpose, was torn tion. After Its construction in

culivated that hairy crop onhis .returns greet to Mayport next .....".,GO WRONG,I... down to make way for a land- .1941. ,,.._both___the_-'.:_station_, band hick and
me VrfOmmanqam :5 Band, w
formed a major' portion of the I
Radio Concert Orchestra, playedfor
station personnal after
morning colors and often during
MALLti noon hours. Many station civilian
and military personnel who
carried their lunch would sit
during the noon lunch hour to
enjoy the musical presentationsat
the Band Shell site. It was
'THE FRIENDLY PLACE TO SHOP" because of this that they
were donned "picnickers."

MURPHY'S There have been no "pic-
nickers" at NAS Jax for some
WEEK-END WOOLWORTH'SPLANT time, and now there will be no
Band Shell but then, the pro-
posed park will have a beautyof

Thur., Fri., Sat. lovely New missionary: "Can you tell
me what became of my predecessor -
ONLY S Spring Color ?"
Cannibal Chief: "lIe made a
Vivid Yellow trip into the interlor.-El Rot-

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SupplyYou (Just South .of Ttmuquani
6-1230 Rd.
phone 781.2 0.1' 7317 Lenox Au. phone: EL 7.4801 EL )

Need Parts \We\ Got Them HONDA

STORES We Serve You 7 Days' A Uk.\. (]o.'th.i'er Motors & CyclesAll Wow what a Steak''

General Elect.
phone: 771.5636 5836 Tlmuquana Rd. Models
I Ranges I Refrigerators TV LITTLE DUDE Nothing Down
Complete Household Appliances WATKINS Western Store Complete Home Cookedlral.x

phone: 771-8244 4949 Blanding Blvd.KEY'S .
301 Park 3625 Blandlng Paint & Body Shop WESTERN CLOTHING phone 771-9992 6305 Blanding Blvd.
356-2493 771.2880 LEATHER GOODS
AppliancesNORMAN'S Child Care
Watkins phone: 384.1210
;) ,e \ Rcpol rs phone; SP.1-1754 902 So. Edgeuood Ave the Best in

5409 Wecronnett Blvd.

WOODY'S AUTO PARTS : "Florist Day Care Center Bar-B-Q w

Vacuum Cleaner,' Center. Speed EquipmentCOMPLETE
Blvd (
7700 Blending
Service on All Makes... :Models' LINE OF RICK'S FLORIST ...ALL AGES :
f Parts and .Seri'iee for'Atl Makes '88-803l& 771.9311 "Complete Floral
phones 388.5346 4338 Herschel St. 387.7031 6417 Roosevelt Blvd. 771.9312 phones 771.2515 Eulace at Tlmuquana Ilri '(;)'e'lers( : ,
7605 103rd .
Cor. Sun Juan St Service"Orchid
264-9513 264.9514
1700 Highway 17 Plants Potted Plants B. ), *
TONY'S Grange Park Fla. "q EstateCOLMERYWILKINSON j
Arrangementsphone FIRESTONE STORES
Vacuum CleanersSales A'Ut.' mobile CHARLES R IIUNTFW I
ft ServiceAll : 771-2900 5705 Timuquana Rd. Store Manager

Complete Uork'slock liuaranteed of parts 'Usd, ,;t'ou. INC. Open Weekdays Til x

for all makes 'Fur'n i-IQre REALTORSATTENTIONII Saturdays' Til 7
Bags (Hoses d Etc. AIR phone: 388-1591
Hew !!
5998 Normandy Blvd. at Lane Ave
1372 Caitat Ave
phones 388-0476
INC. POSTFurlltlre Quality homes convenientto Welt Mall Shopping Center
NAS and ( evil field.

Automobtle "The Serviceman's Dealer" Co.We phone: 353.3671 637 Park St. MiscellanousJAIME'S '

New Cars Sell for Less.

Qualityfurnitureat reasonableprices DelOS L. CARROLL
phone: 384.5575 6435 Roosevelt Blvd.
TED COLEMAN Todays best buys. New list of VA Tortillas
homes all areas Come by our of' Mexican'Type
of Jacksonville, Inc. Motors Inca :414 Blanding, Blvd. at Cedar. Creek flee to see complete list or callus Tortillas Made DailY
Fresh Corn
Jacksonville's Only today. Anyone can buy for
Authorized Service 5 YEAR WARRANTY PLAN $100.00 down' Open 7 Days a Week
We Finance Our Own INSUI ANE Phones BUI. SP 1.0557
for Automotive MORTGAGES Rea. EV 8-3001 8 1 A\lto 6:30
JAGUARFIATphone 2144 Standing Blvd. RENTALS 3464 Blending Blvd.
phone But. 388.7634 phone: 264-2081 Park, Fla.r .
1037 Hendrlck Ave. Orange
: 1959 Mound St.

Realtor and Insuror
Security Life and Trust Co.
Authorized Dealer Security General Insurance Co. $100 Dn. lleadquatcrsV.A.
Finance, Guam. Used Cars ., FHA homes Allover

$50.00 Down, Health Auto Life Fire this area-Call today
Low Monthly Payments.

phone:Bua.1150 384.3441 Lane Ave., South (foot of Cedar Hills Bridge) phone: 77 1-7985 3823 Blandlng Blvd. phone: 388.5466 1148 Cai.at Ave.

phone: 384.2311

Men criticize gals tor the way and 311 4-23 12 2502 Blanding Blvd. FLOYD S. OSBORNE'S A wife and visited told a marriage coun'selor -
they undress she was con-
templating 1 v "A
Agency a divorce.
For beach, swimming pool or "
ember, the
solarium; Vicar to colleague as they AUTO FIRE .when counselor said ,
But it's lust empty talk, or so I gaze out of church door at pour- BOAT married you him married for life this man,you

Would guess, Ing rain: "Once more, the golf- '
To judge by the number who ers have been delivered unto us." IIOMLOUNCKS\\ LIFE said.I'1113!ItFor* the trouble," the wife
marrium. Leo Garel the past 5 yrs he
,English Reader's Dig- hasnt I
shown any life!I" F G
S Omar Barker est. phone 389'21X1 6413 Roosevelt 31vd. KERNAN
Family Weekly.

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November 18, ?1965 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER -:.; (I

Sailor Turns Leave Into J

MoneymakingVenture ; .

Ralph J. Taylor, YN2, of Air- for appearing. In addition to
borne Early Warning Squadron mental capability he had to showa
4 s FOUR, turned a recent trip to congenial outgoing personality. t
New York City into a profitableone Usually no more than five out,of
I indeed. Taylor appeared on one hundred applicants are sel-
the television quiz show "Jeop- ected, but Taylor passed these
I ardy", and in three days ran his obstacles and was asked to appear
winnings to $990 and a set of on the show. The show was *
encyclopedia."Jeopardy". taped last week and aired on the
is a slightly different show Tuesday, Wednesday, and
quiz program in one re- Thursday of this week.
spect. Instead of providing an- Taylor is the son of Mr. and 1
swers to questions, contestantsare Mrs. Ralph M. Taylor of Lapeer,
furnished the answers and Michigan and the husband of the
must supply the proper questions.The former Miss Lilian Elizabeth
Diehl of North Bellmore, Long
.t program is aired locally at Island. He reported for duty with .. '
12 noon over Channel 12. the Hurricane Hunters in April
"D" AVE. AT CECIL To appear on the show Taylor 1962. Taylor will soon be departing A PROUD OLD FLAG comes down for the last time. .T/ie/
Field will soon be back to wrote a letter requesting an ap for duty with the Military Cecil Field color guard renders the final salute to the American
normal. The B. B. McCormick plication. He was then given test Assistance Advisory Group,Tai- Flag flown at Cedar Hills Elementary School as the
Construction Company to determine his qualifications wan, Republic of O na. school's patrol boys lower the flag for the last time.
of Jacksonville are in the
process of laying over one
mile// of new sewer pipe at
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Jacksonville Area Civil Service News -- I

Class Titles Added To Position Description

Serve As labels' In Job ClassificationHave ,

I .,
you ever wondered what Titles are constructed to indicatethe GS is the abbreivation for the
makes up an official class title schedule, series, and grade. term General Schedule and means
which is affixed( to a position For example, Secretary GS that the position comes under
description, and what the various 3185: the basic compensation scheduleor : -I
is the official name plan set by the Con-
parts of the title mean? As you Secretary pay up
probably do know,it is the productof given to the position to identifythe gress in the Classification Act )
the position classification occupational field of work of 1949, as amended. 'I zkkjS
process. It is a label which or specialization as establishedin 318 is the code of numberfor 1 ,
identifies the position sufficientlyfor official position classification the Secretary Series which
the various management standards. It differs from all includes all of the kinds of work T T'Pp
groups such as payroll, budget, other names used in connectionwith typical of all secretary positions,
other portions of the same of
regardless grade.
planning, and employment to accomplish -
their required functions field of work or other occupa- The figure 5 indicates that the
in connection with the position.So tions found in the Federal Ser- position has been evaluated as
why all the para to a title? vice. equal to the fifth grade levelof
the General Schedule in difficulty -
responsibility, and qualification -
H. L. NEWELL requirements.The .
combination of these ele-
fi' ments produces an official class
f :' USN/RET title, namely, Secretary, GS ( ;
318 5.

.11.'Yl' ; : Captain John R. Mackroth, Commanding Officer, NAS Jacksonville
""* t.'i, >>F> 5223 Wesconctt Hlvd. emblems
.H. recently presented lapel to employees Hen
TO VISIT HIM AT Near NAS ry B. Colby and George E. Murdock, Jr., in recognition of
Just Off Timuauana ltd their completion of 30 years of Federal service. Mr. Colby

SUNDAYS: completed 19/ years military duty in the Navy, 7/2' years in

ROBERTS CHEVROLET 10:00: .".M Bible Study Civil Service at the Naval Station, Green cv.e.Springs, and
11:00: A.M. Worship has been at NAS Jacksonville 3 years as a civilian Mr. bur
6:00: ().M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS dock completed 5J4 years military duty in the Marine Corps,
AND OLDSMOBILE : 3 years military duty in the Navy, and has been employed in
civil service at NAS Jacksonville 2V/4 ears. The presentation
Green Cove FloridaPH. Mid-Ueek\ Service
Springs 7:10: P.M.
Church Phone SP 1-5075 ceremony was observed by CDR C. W. Smith, Material

284-3033 JAX 264-9600 Minister Phone SP 1-2646 Officer, Supply Department, CDR J. B. Flock/ AssistantSupply
Officer, and LTJG G. E. Fox, Disposal Officer,

I' A /1 r I. II' ,4.. J,.;""' ow. I

j w riUNll Civil Service Promotions
.r. "

YAM ALTWATER, Rea E.TOPlanner & Estimator (Airframes Mechanic)
j .. COLEMAN, AlbertTOMobile Equip. Dispatcher
__ BALDWIN, R. H.Jr.TOElectrician:
PHODEN, RayTO:Aircraft Ordnance Mechanic
MARKLE, Louis R. TO: Production ontrolman (Aircraft Metal

ROBERTS, Charles B. TO: Same, GS 9 .
TRUITT, Carmela T. TO: Same, GS-4 .
PASCAK, FrancisG.TO: Assistant Planner and Estimator(Machinist)
MUNCY, William H.Jr. TO: Aircraft Fabric Worker
1 HENDRIX,James L. TO: Aircraft Engine Mechanic
PUHL, Martin P. TO: Aircraft Engine Mechanic
WOODARD, Robert J. TO: Aircraft Engine Mechanic,,
... WEATHERFORD, Donald 0. TO: Aircraft Instrument Mechanic
:f '. for a New Or Used Car? (Electronics) .
WRIGHT,James D. TO: Aircraft Instrument Mechanic(Electronics)
SAGE, Russell,Jr. TO: Aircraft Instrument Mechanic (Electronics)
.1, FLINK! William! Ht TO: AIrcraft Instrument Mechanic (Electronics)
Let us help with LUCY, Theodore J. TO:Aircraft Instrument Mechanic (Electronics)
you t MARKLE, Jack W> TO: Assistant Production Controlman (A/C
Medalsmith) ,
:LALLMARK, William A. TO: Aircraft Quality Control Specialist,

AUTO FINANCING.Lowest LANCASTER GS-9 Marshall L. TO: Aircraft Engine Worker

GAY, Alonza J> TO: Aircraft Fabric Worker
SIPLIN, James TO: Industrial Tractor Operator
,Interest rate TROJANOSKI frames Mechanic, Warren) L. TO: Asst. Planner & Estimator (Air-

THOMAS, Otis TO: Industrial Tractor Operator
.Borrowers Insurance BERBIN, George TO: Electronics Mechanic
MALLOTT, Donald D. TO: Electronics Mechanic
MALLETT, Richard LT: Electronics Mechanic
.Budget fitting terms
ANDERSON,Johnny Rt Jr. TO: Electronics Mechanic
KIMBERLY, Lawerence TO: Same, GS 9
_v WILLIAMS, Warren G. TO: Same, GS-9
FREEMAN, Robert G- Jr. TO Same GS
,.. : 9
CUTTS, Walker TO: Toolmaker

: : jLrJ: .... ISAAC Mechanic, William) TO: AS5t Production Controlman (A/C Instrument

; \ BRYAN, Clyde TO Xero" Machine Operator

[ EGGLESTON, Betty M. To Clerk, GS-3
McMURTREY, Edna W. TO: Clerk GS-3
7au7aeTNAS HORNE, James W. Jr. TO: Electrical Engineer. (Utilization), GS 9

GORDON, Cecil J. TO: Stockman
BRUrn, Cary H. TO: Stockman
GRIFFEN, David TO: Packer

GREEN, Lawerence S. Jr. "iu. Eiecuonics Mechan.c (Ground
Systems) Communications Dept.
Dept. Systems)
JAX BLDG. 3V CECIL FIELD tiLDG. 26 GUEST, Charles H. TO: Electronics Mechanic (Ground Systems)
Tel. 384-4121 or Base Ext. 8507 PO 1-3211 1, Ext. 205 Communications Dept.

Hours: Mon. Fri. 9:30.4:30 Hours: Mon Fri. 8:30.3:00 HAYNES& Calvin J. TO: Industrial Tractor Operator Overhaul I

... ., Repair Dept
:'" :'::r. ::::!>-r:>:::s.:{m : NAUGHTON
;J; James C. TO: Industrial Tractor Operator Overhaul
t. Repair Dept

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November 18, 1965 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page ? 17fVaAshUs'

jiiiAT sac aooQ( l;) I

By Sharon Arnold, Librarian

Anyone who has ever sat In R. R. Eggers, ANVA-34-; THREE CRIPPLED TREE BY seven years oi research and rattled Boston with her eccentricities -
on a conversation during a cof- "I would like to see more hand- Han Suvin. From abrief chronicleof writing, the author presents for many year. She builtan
fee break or prior to morning ball tourna- ,,' her Chinese ancestors and Thomas Becket as he reallywas.She Italian palasso to house the
quarters will undoubtedly recall ments, their times, the author goes on to details the true nature of European masterpieces she col:
hearing the recreational facil- ally tell the story of her father, her his conflict with Henry II and the lected the Gardner Museum
ities about a base being talked wide #, Belgian mother,and the problemsof politician's game he played. still open to the public today.
about. This week our reporter/ pation. especl'I; herself and the other childrenas Patroness of the arts, social
photographer for the 'If Ya Ask the "1, "half casts" living In China, THE RABBI by Noah Gordon. leader and fashion setter, her
Us' column put the question to a al "*,] and the changes that came to the The main figure in this novelis flamboyant personality impressed I
few NAS Cecil find ** revolutions Michael Kind. Growing up in her
men at to that we now country through the Boston scene until
out what recreational improve- have are good. EGGERSThe wars, and under Communist rule. Brooklyn, he is deeply influenced death In 1924.
ments they would like to see here, gym is the best I've seen The book reflects the strugglethat by his grandfather, who gave him
and their reasons. on a Navy base. The hours are China faces between an ancient his first religious training.After THE LIBERATION OF LORD BY-
James C. AngleaBMlCareer very convenient for the men to eastern tradition and the college, he determines, in spiteof RON JONES by Jesse Hill Ford.A .
Counselor "I would like to seea get full utilization out of it. I sudden confrontation of modern his parents' objections, to be- small Tennessee town bolls
softball field' would like to see this base repre- wester civilization. come a rabbi. The reader will over when George Gordon Lord
constructed i sented more in swimming follow with Interest his marriage, Byron Jones, a Negro undertaker
LOST EMPIRES by J. B. Priest-
that would .ii,. competition, but the facilities ley. A novel of the English and the triumphs and failures and the town's richest man, goesto
meet Amateur : 1"::: here preclude any sport of this with his congregations firstin court to get a divorce. The
music halls, set in 1913 1914.
Softball nature in the winter months." Dick Herncastle of Georgia, then San Franciscoand Southern born author of this
nephew a
s 0 cia t a small Boston suburb. realistic novel of racial violence I
AsU'1. Dennis P. Shultz, SA; Special famous magician, travels with
: Services "I would like to see his uncle's troupe, learning the MRS. JACK by Louise Hall wrote "Mountains of Gilead",
such which
as won an
ANGLEA football promoted a little moreat conjuring craft. A series of live Tharp. Isabella Stewart Gardner 1960.
arealights, NAS Cecil 'Jj" :ff $ ly Intrigues leads at last to a
fence, dugouts, etc. Also,I would byhavingabetter murder bv a member of ?+iMMMMfiMMp MMMIMJ ? K9B0Btt'1 A nMBHI l7t'i j ('J'.I>. '' '''11 I..
like to see tackle football, on a
organized [' .' the troupe.: This is a young
varsity level, started at NASCe- league. Sports ft I.] ... ; ,',. man's story of an unforgettableyear
cil. I think that both are wonderful f,1 '
/ and of life which
a way
ingeneraldon'tseem .,.
and I feel ,. "
spectator sports (
to be t ( ended with the coming war. '
that we have enough qualified
talent aboard this station to field taken seriously. Tr
With a base THOMAS by Shelley Mydans.The 1j '4'i
caliber The '
high teams. only yY
this sizetalent SHULTZ brilliant life and notorious mur-
drawback is we don't have the
should be over abundant in all der of ThomasBecket,Archbishop -
facilities draw
to spectators.
sports. I think the sports actIvi- of Canterbury re- createdin
Pfc Kevin M. Jewers, Marine ties should be emphazied more. this historical novel. After
Barracks "I would like to seea

diving swimming team Nand NATTC :

represent NAS
Cecil in com ,
petitionagainst '%td Behind The Scene
other military "linstallations z i y t
in the Sixth by Angus Thompson/ J03
Naval District. JEWERSI t i :

personally feel that the other The Naval Air Technical jump, undressing relay, and obstacle t
organizations here should prac- Training Center's annual AdmlnstratlveMaterlal course. In addition the
tice a little more so they could InspectionIs scouts will be graded on their
put up better competition againstthe over. Everyone fromNAT- Scout personal THE CLANSMAN GET A NEW SKIPPER. .Cmdr./ R. K.
Marine Barracks. TC's Commanding Officer down like conduct, kitchen Lawler/ took, the helm of VA-46 at NAS Cecil ,Field last Frf- {,
Roy L. McNally, SA, Chap hope that the scores made duringthe safety and, sanitation, 'tc... day when he relieved/ C/naV. M. P. Mead (right). '
lain's Office "I would like to inspection were high enoughto
see a variety of sports underwaythat regain the Admiral's Plaque.
would enable The recipient of the trophy
a greater will be decided after all train-
number of participants ing centers in the Chief of Nav-
i to t al Air Technical Training's com
take pan. I 6!: mand have been inspected. A" 0
think that a sees. -r .. ,
more physical Honors were recently extended ,
type sport, to students of AE "A" Class I
such as wrestMcNALLY 527 for winning the competitionfor
ling, judo, or boxing, should be Honor Class of the Weekin
started. In these sports one the training center's Avia-
can learn something about self- tion Electrician's Mate Class ty' (
defense, and they are also good "A" School for the second time. \ /t
spectator sports." Class 527 took the flag with a
Rene R. Lombardo, SN; total of 959 points for the weekof
Military Personnel "What I November 1 through November
really would like to see is all 7.
major sports played'at NAS Ce- \\4S V

cil. For instance, baseball, . er
tackle football,

soccer, NATTC's blue ribbon Boy Scout
ling Troop 131 will begin a three day

ketball. wrestm) Physical Fitness Camporee tomorrow 1 dL ,.,..
that all : afternoon at Camp
.., Echockotee. CampEchockoteeisa fi
sports mile and a half southwestof
L'f "
be in a complete C; *,.1 \ Orange Park on Doctors In-
uniform LOMBARDOas let.

a team, instead of tee shirt 1
and civilian pants, etc. I think
* *
that there is a great deal of men .
aboard this base who have the According to Scoutmaster John __ : '
ability to play certain sportsbutwill Frlcke MA3, the Physical Fit- '
not participate in them because ness Camporee, which will be .
they aren't properly run of the patrol method, will
organized, don't have the proper consist of six events. They will -
equipment and facilities. I think include push ups, 100 yard
that NAS Cecil could field a dash, sit ups, stand broad
championship team in any sport
that is played in the Sixth Naval

more District cooperation if there in was letting a little themen Ei: an.k'WrfID: : If your budget runs agrounds. -

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: !Antisubmarine; Warfare : .aj. 'j," \

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4T i t ':\ ; 1JJ,hII! .M Patron Sevens Rol in National Security t /r '

4' 7 y .. ... .
maintaining the Quarantine.It ,- .
Like any civilian business, the __
and women of the U. S. seems that endless hoursof major work to be done the shops to NAS S Jacksonville, Florida.
men exercises and give the crews assistance.At This completed In just '
Navy have a product to sell training, drills, move was I
National. Security. Anti sub- admistrative activities occupythe certain times during fleet over a month's' time; by
marine Warfare Is Patrol Squadron peacetime efforts of Patrol exercises a detachment of air September 30, the squadron was
SEVEN'S' portion of this pro- Squadron personnel. This is all craft and ground personnel l will In an operational status under
aimed at being ready for the flap : deploy to other Naval Air Stations the control of Commander, Fleet

duct.Today's modern Navy units are they hope never comes. and normally each year Air Wing Eleven.
thoroughly organized to meet Among the officers and men VP-7 7 deploys to Roosevelt
specific requirements In maintaining of VP 7, there is a feeling Roads Naval Station in Puerto About every fifteen months the
the of Rico to conduct competitive exercises squadron deploys overseas for a
the security and controlof beyond monotony paper- rM
the sea lanes around the world. work, training and more training! which result in its operational period of 5 1/2/ months. Since : : !
The Commanding Officer,Execu- that VP 7 is ready now to readiness standing in 1957, VP 7 has deployed to
tive Officer, department heads defend the freedom of the seas, the fleet comparison with other Argentla, Newfoundland and Ii $
ASW patrol squadrons. worked< in conjunction with the
continent and
and division offices of Patrol) to protect our our
the from Patrol Squadron SEVEN dates Maritime Air Command of the
Squadron SEVEN rely on ocean going commerce
back to the Second World War Royal Canadian Air Force:; Kef--
OPERATIONS OFFICERS schedule/ ASW chief officers and airmen to undersea attack.
training petty CDR. W. 0. TOOLE and the lavik Iceland the 'land of the
JR. Pacific ,
Theater. It ,
(flights off(( the coast of' Florida. carry out the numerous opera- Today, at this very moment, Officer ,'VP.jenemy CDR. A. N. FOWLER was Commander
Commanding with -
tional, administrative and mech-- airmen of U. S. Naval Patrol, Executive/ Officer( VP.7 commissioned in 1944 at Camp midnight sun,operated
Kearney, California and Barrier Forces and
The squadron the oceans the was
anical assignments Squadrons are over effective
use of his Soviet block vessels the main-
Soviet and moved closer to the operations various NATO units in
world on
skilled of the
includes and attempting submarines.
roster many seas
against the U. s proceeded to and of the continual vigilance
as they against Japan later that same tenance
aircraft main- harness the fast-
and experienced to detect and and her allies and to
maintain from Cuban ports. year. Remaining in the Philippines along the Northeastern approaches a4: ,
of the modern
hospital corpsmen growing might day our free
tenance men access and t
control of
of of The officer In command after the war, VP-7 7 to the Atlantic; Rota,
yeomen, cooks and a variety submersible. Patrol Squadron the seas. The war which these 7 "Neptune'*, the and Sicily where
,. VP performed rescue work and Spain Sigonella
: J' 1. Crew
I others needed to insure squadron SEVEN has 350 officers and men persevering Patrol airmen fight Plane Commander, is a special reconnaissance missions Squadron Aircraft performedmany AFTER PRE-FLIGHTING THEIR SP-2H Neptune,
''i mobility. The ability of VP7' deeply involved in the fight for lists no heroes, no spectacular Patrol professional airman in every until 1947 at which time the operational ASQ and mine members wait for their pilots to return from briefing.

to mobilize the entire squadronin control of the seas which carries exploits or headlines, only hoursof sense of the word. He qualifies squadron moved to Quonset Point, warfare tasks for allied nations, .
a short period of time was with It all the deadly aspectsof wearisome flying, 'ye.
listening well ASW
for his prominent positionby Rhode Island.In as as providing pro-
demonstrated during the Cuban an all out naval war. The and waiting. Patrol Squadron spending tedious hours of 1953 the squadron again tection for the sixth fleet.
crisis in 1962. Within four operational potential otyhe Soviet SEVEN and her ,
counterparts assist study in airborne electronics, shifted its operations back to
All officers hours after the President's submarine Is of primary con- in maintaining;; control of and ASW ,-
ordnance delivery tac- the Pacific, to become .he first Each day,whether the squadron
speech and with no other' prior cern to the U. S. Navy and the the seas which has enabled the tics. When his name is placedon East Coast, squadron to join the is operating here In Jacksonvilleor
warning, the squadron's men and Free World. Thus, the Anti U. S. to achieve success in Eu- aircraft PPC, :
a patrol as United Nation forces In the from some far corner of the
planes were bound for Roosevelt submarine Warfare Forces battle rope, the Far East, Korea, the be outstanding :
he must also an Korean Conflict.In Atlantic or Meditteranean area,
Roads, Puerto Rico, and within the silent adversary with long Cuban Blockade, Viet Nam and leader of men. When the"checksare 1954 VP-7 7 made another VP-7'7 7 maintains ready crews ; : ,
and who 20 hours were operationallyready hours of laborious study,arduous many other places. pulled" he becomes the com long transit from the Far East and aircraft standing by for an :
men to commence the highly
flying and much self sacrifice. Air anti submarine warfare
manding officer of a Navy com returning to the Atlantic\ alert launch to track any reported -
strenuous job of assisting in
Their mission is to deny the has developed considerably batant. He and his crew are Seaboard, being based again in contact which might prove to

:\ through the years, and today it responsible for the successful Rhode Island, then in Brunswick, be an unidentified submarine or
__ utilizes every conceivable b I e completion of each operational Maine two years later. a surface unit with hostile in-
need electronic device to seek out mission. The morale and per- For the next seven years, tentions. In addition, there are
money and destroy the undersea enemy. formance of this eleven man Brunswick was VP 7's' perm- frequent operational patrols
The "package"'* which houses crew are the "bread arid but- anent base of operations, with which operate In the same manneras
this formidable array of ter" of Maritime Patrol Avia- numerour short detachments of they would In time of war
________ equipment is the patrol plane, men and aircraft to various partsof to maintain surveillance over

report F __________ an aircraft with a long historyof tion.A relative newcomer to the the Atlantic.In the ocean and to deny a potential ; 2ir
anti submarine warfare and ASW team Is the Tactical Co late August 1961, VP -7, enemy: the opportunity for un- .
recordbreaking flights, ordinator. The officers designated received orders to shift its home contested use of the sea to threaten ljI
In the early days of World as Tactical Coordinators complete b base from NAS Brunswick,Maine thejSecurity! of the free wbrld. iii7rjf' : : :
War II, it was determined by "., ,,.. '
12 monthsof --- \
approximately .
: r- I I :
E.nu" _
toCl.T. ,. the Navy that in many cases, schooling prior to checkinginto !. .u" --2!
-- I ;r'rv' AFTER A 4-HOUR training hop, VP.7 officers relax in the
long range, low flying patrol a patrol squadron. The I IiiI'I
Ward Room.
bombers could operate more effectively TACCO utilizes an electronicdata squadron

against certain enemy analysis and display instal-- ,
sea and shore elements than car t
lation to maintain an Instananeous -
____ rier based aircraft. Thus electronic plot of all Intelligence Join America's' most popular club

.. originated the initial request fora gained by the various ASW sen- __ ___ ..
long range ASW aircraft. sor systems in the aircraft.The .
TACO coordinates the
The P2V "Neptune" acceptedby
; the Navy in 1945, was theimmediate efforts (of If five enlisted tech -
predecessor of the nicians who operate the compli-- -r-
The cated which is capableof
present day sub killer. equipment
That's' not an order, just good advice. At C.I.T. we're' P2V's' have been formed into detecting submarires in dark-
with the primary ness and great depths under the ::
experts at dealing with your special money problems.Need patrol squadrons
mission of anti submarine -
a loan to pay bills? To travel? Money to meet warfare and the secondary sea.Modern technology and complex p'I

personal problems or emergencies? You can find a C.I.T. mission of mine laying.. They electronic equipment, together -
office about also perform continuous surveillance with a vast amount of
just anywhere you happen to be. We've
got of shipping,advance ice and training has made It possible I (
'a .
-* ,
over 400 C.I.T. offices from (coast to (coast. For your I weather reconnaissance, search fo'r one VP '7 7 "Neptune" to 7'$ (J1jtiz1mas
(convenience, you may apply by mail or by phone.But ii: and rescue missions and experi search, detect, localize, track <

we'd' rather see you in person. We make more friends ___ mental ASW work. and In time of hostilities, attack _____
with rockets, bombs, and tor
that way. AVIATION/ MECHANICS repair and maintain VP.7 aircraft capability Aside from, these their aircraft great ASW are pedoes.ing tasks Combine with long these hours demand-of ([in b bIt's

engines to keep .the aircraft best seeing"eye"
in a constant state of readiness.O probably America's tracking grueling day and night low altitude -
for locating and
flying In all types of wea-
LOANS TO $3000 to .
merchant shipping. during Unique the ther conditions and one can read- the smart way to prepay holiday expenses..

CASH YOU GET BIG: CHIEF Frlt&Par....... recent quarantine Cuban operations crisis was the role day ily understand Patrol Plane why crew the is present con- ____ __ All you do Is open a Christmas Club account

Monthly 38 30 24 Ret. played by patrol aircraft. Flying sidered to be one of our most ", I" for an amount you can most easily afford.
Payments mos. mos. mos. TIRE, CO. CPOOw..r over 10,000, hours of ASW and dedicated and professional combat Then you save that amount each week

I $$50 $$1549.56 $$1322.36 $$1083.54 surveillance operations, the men tab teams. SQUADRON ORDANANCEMEN inspect a MK.54 Depth Bomb. and, when the club pays off next November,
and aircraft constantly kept
With combination talents,
70 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96 _____ you receive your Christmas Club check.Be .
each crew Is not only capableof
CHIEF CAMPBELLS, to Join you'll' be glad you did.
100 2644.71 2167.09 ALL performing all in-, flight combat sure
$ SPECIALI! duties,but can also complete Tenneco
120 2600.50 $795 Bleinciing 7
repairs and upkeep necessaryfor
Creddhle..cccInt'.rd, l1talth Insurance.available on all loans a allow:' W'"ii ii"i:;"vales i; SIZES Plus Tax STATION
BIG IARN LUNCH the aircraft to which they SERVICE
are assigned. When there Is BARN1TT4NATIONAL l


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, BIG CHIEF red barn Finance Corporationand ]Wash &( WaxDrahework Quaker State Oil

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: FAW-1)) Party Women's Side -_ .

i % Set For Tues. ;

Of the Story
Dinner and dancing will high-
a, r / light the festivities planned for By Shlrl ConoughtonChristmas
Fleet Air Wing Eleven's annual
"Wing Ding" Party.
,. The affair will be held Tues-
/ wr
Y M day, Nov. 23, from 7 p.m. to BazaarIt's
1 a.m. at the NAS Jax Officer's
f'aPi Club. Uniform for the occasionis snowing I Of course you'll bazaar; White Elephant, Handi-
formal consisting of Dinner have to go to the Officers Rec- crafts, Post Office, Food,
1I { Dress Blues, Blues with Bow reational Facility Friday November Flowers, Sewing, Raffle and
CACtlM60 Ties, or Tuxedos. 19th where the snowflakes Christmas gift Carousal. If you
v The menu will include Roast heavy. It is Bazzar time! The have any problems as far as
Prime Rib and all the gar- cold clear days before Christmas sizes are concerned then this
nishings, including a fine dinner are full of anticipation every- is your chance to shop for things
wine Couples attending will one. The best way to start that do not require a definite
dance to music provided by the the season is to come to the size. I have never seen so
ComFairJax Band Combo, the Cecil Field Wives club Bazaar. many gifts for all age groups
"Sophisti Kats." All drinks The Old Fashion Theme gives and giving a useful but unusual
THE MARK CASTLE COMBO will/// provide the musical en
the receiver feel
will be served at reduced prices. you a nostalgic feeling as you present makes
tertainment for the Acey Ducey Club's/ "Hobo Party" slated The nominal charge for the walk down the promenade of the that you have put a little more
for tomorrow night, Nov. 19. entire entertainment with thought into gift.Don't .
evening's,, emporium bustling activity. your
_...L do" _._ of
*o.vv uci uuuuic. Christmas music filling the air miss the centerpiece
and completing the picture. the buffet table. There are
I Oldest City' Hosts ServicemenIt'll Creative crafts are beautifullydone three Wise Men and the most
and displayed in eight beautiful ones you will ever see.
different booths. These professional Their brocade robes are inblack,
be USO Pal Day again for also be admitted to the attractions 4 p.m. looking items not only are red and purple. Crowns of jewels
all servicemen in uniform on free of charge.All Free food furnished by USO lovely and different but are marvelously and heavy gold brocade on their
Saturday, December 4th at St. cars can be parked free will be available at the Elks imaginitive. Theseare wraps they are elegant 1
Augustine, Florida. across from the Ripley Museumon Club, 20 Bay Street from noon the different booths at the Please come to the BAZAAR!I4r
The day is an annual occur- San Marco Boulevard. Trailer to 3 p.m. and free refreshmentswill 'l." I I
rence for The Nation's Oldest trains going on sight seeing also_ be .pn hand at the USO \: : :Ia*,.. *
City, some 40 miles south of tours can be boarded at this Club, Lightner Municipal Museum 1 A
Jacksonville on U. S. 1. Sight- point. Free travel will prevailon Building, Cordova Street 4"
seeing spots will open their doors the city's busses and trailer entrance, from 6 to 8 p.m.
free to uniformed servicementhat trains at any time that day. There are picnic areas for
day. Tours through the city start servicemen and their familiesat
Wives, families and girl at 8 a.m. and will start each hour Wayside Park, across Lion's
friends of these servicemen will and half hour thereon through Bridge, at Lighthouse Park,
Anastasia State Park and Daven-
port Salt Run on A1A.
Included among the attractionsthat
nMcDOUGALL'S will admit servicemen in
uniform and their families free
are: Potter's Wax Museum,Rip-
INSURANCE ley Museum, Lightner Municipal
Museum Hobbies, Old Jail, St.
MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS Spanish Inn, Gatorland Alligator
SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS SR 22's FILED Leche Shrine, OJd) Sugar Mill,
Naval Air Station Office Naval Station Office Museum of Yesterday's Toys,
6463 Roosevelt Blvd. 2990 Mayport Road and Fountain of Youth, Castillo
Jacksonville Fla. Atlantic Beach Fla. de San Marcos (Fort), Old Store r
Phone 388-7676 Phone 249-5649 Museum and Zoraydo Castle, ___
Ponce de Leon Hotel, Florida .
State Arsenal, Mystery House, :J L Lt
Gun Shop and Historical Dio- _

9 .4f1BY rama.Dependents of deployed service t. itj

personnel can attend provided
BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. they have their dependents I. D. 0*Wives Prepair The/ second floor of the Cecil Field

cards and proof of deployment, Officer's Recreational Facility for Tomorrow's Christmas
or if husband has duty.A Bazaar.

man came to the door of a Notes of Interest
suburban house."I .
r d dM' HAS Cecil Field
hate to tell you this, The decorating committee
met B. Schwartz, Lt. & Mrs.
ma'am, he said, "but I just
at the ORF Saturday November Lawerence Dunaway, Mrs.Grover -
ran over your cat. I'm terribly 13 to begin preparations for the Walker and Lt (jg) & Mrs.J. .
and I would like
sorry to replace Christmas Bazaar. Cdr. & Mrs. S. Sullivan.
him, Rodney Carter, Cdr. & Mrs. VFP 62 Cdr. Chuck Larry
"Well, don't Just stand there!I" Robert Ziajcheck, Lcdr. & Mrs. held a "wetting down"party Fri
she snapped. "There's a mousein Edward Martin, Lcdr. & Mrs.D. day night November 12th at the
the kitchenl"! Cartoons & L. Felt, Lcdr & Mrs.J.Maul- Walnut Room of Officers Club
Gags. din, Lcdr. & Mrs. Forrest Lees, Naval Air Station Mrs. Larry
Dr. & Mrs. Hal Ashworth, Mrs. chose a light blue cocktail dressof

a classic design. Congratulations -
From all to Cdr. Larry?

MONEY INTDAY 1 Wives are like fishermen -
PATIO they brag about the ones that
'T got away and complain about
UR 525 to $600 the one they kept.
D' K JB } BR I ICL Ici

ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE Open under new management
cL Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us
GAR c how much you want. Pick up the cash at your JET
L BR3 BR2 convenience. Same-day service. Beauty Salon

51 Yop Get' Mo. Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt. North of N. A. S.PERMANENTS.

\Model A-4 $84.33 S 5.00 $355.79 21.00

Built tor the Dad who loves to tinker, or for Mom' foul 219.27 151.80 13.00 9.00 500.51 427.51 25.00( $10.00 VIne $9.00

weather room, this is our garage entry. Extra storage area 29.00
286.73 17.00
in the garage is your added bonus if your choice is this 600.00 34.39DIALT $12.50 Wave $11.50
payments include interest $15.00 Ware $13.50
:I3ELiLieIEIo: : :
Shampoo & Set $2.50 ..
Hair Cut $1.50
: : : t BUILDERS: : I3STC:
241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 Tues., Wed.. Thurs. ONLY

You are cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359-2895 Emily LaRue
10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. #21)) I Open evenings by Appt.

ovem er --

MoviesMovies Club Schedules ..
; ; ; ; !'' ;

will De shown regularlyat "0" CLUB Music USO NOTES. 318 N. Ocean rl{'
this Friday
7 Monday through Saturday ..11" .
p.m. night will be provided by Street Special events this weekat
NATTC will have
two John Arnold "4" with Johnny the USO include a USO Mixer : : : : : : ;
feature times, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., Jelinek on Saturday. Tuesday is tomorrow night. Saturday will
on Saturdays and Sundays. The foreign dish have an informal Bon Voyage
night featuring a
hospital will have one featureon party for the FSN Kersalnt.Vespers
menu of gourmet treats from Ads should be mailed the
to Holt
Sunday at 7 Publishing Company,
p.m. France. on Sunday will be at the
All evening movies at Cecil Fried Wednesday night Is Grace Chapel Parish. MondayIs 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
Field begin at 7 p.m. These family.Chicken Night for the whole Boy Meets Girl Night. later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
times are subject to change. CECIL FIELD CPO Friday Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the

Thursday, November 18 CPO CLUB night dinner will be 12 oz. T- following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise t
night will Dancing be tomorrow bone for a 155. The Spot- A check or money order for the full cost of the od must be
NAS Joy in the Morning music of Sam Ross with to the the lighters will provide the music received WITH the copy for the ad.
Richard Chamberlain, Yvette John Arnold "4" on Saturday for Friday and Saturday nights. DO NOT SEND CASH
Mlmioux night. Light lunches are servedon Saturday night's dinner will be RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .$2.00 j
NATTC Sheandoah James a daily basis as well as a 10 oz. Filet Mignon for a $1.90. Per additional line ((4 words per line/. . 0.50
Stewart R. Forsyth dinner service at night. Sunday will be Baked Ham dinner
Hospital Born to Speed Johnny for .850. Child's plate for
Sands Terry AustinC. ACEY DUCEY CLUB Mark .400. On Monday's' the Bar will HOMES SALE RENT 35 Year Old Military Companyhas
Field Darling Laurence Castle will provide the dancing be open from 11:00 A.M. till Some no dn, Many $0 $100 position available for retired -
Harvey Dick Bogarde tunes tomorrow with Phil Cayon 12:00: P.M. Wednesday is game dn. No closing costs,New homes, Officer or CPO In ''Jax/
Friday, November 19 Saturday Returning Sunday night, also a chicken basket for All the X-TRAS, Family Rm, Mayport areas. Maxium eligible
will be the Mark Castle Combo. .900. Fenced yd., built in R/O... age-50. Send brief resume and
date Dir-
Game night Is Sunday and You name It. TIMMERMAN availibility to Regional
Fonda Cliff Robertson Tuesday. every Tonight is game night from 8 RLTY, DRKR 771 2792 and ector, P O Box 13177, Orlando,
NATTC Joy in the Morning- till 10 p.m. The special dinner 771 1861. ._ Fla. 32809.
Richard Chamberlain Yvette BLUEJACKETS INN March will be Rib Eye steak from 6
Mimieux Wilson and the Redcoats will till 8 p.m. for .500. Friday Is SINGER AUTOMATICCONSOLEModel *SELL-RENT-BUY-TRADE) *
Hospital Shenandoah James be at the club tomorrow with Phil to be. announced. Sunday music Sewing Machine zigzags, CHOICE 2,3,4, BR homes, $100 -
Stewart R. ForsythC. Cay and the Chantels on Friday. will be provided by Phil Cay blind stitches, buttonholes, de: down, no closing costs. Fast
Field Flower Drum Song Music Saturday and Sunday will and the Chantels. Happy Hour- corates, etc., orig. price $300, Move in. Tell us your needs.
Nancy Kwan James Shigeta be provided by Carl Boyd and the 5 till 6 p.m. every Monday, has balance of$62 or assume DUKE LOSTUMBO, Broker, call
$8 monthly will take 387.4296
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. payments or
Saturday, November 20 Rhythm Kings. older machine as part payment,

NAS She Ursula Andress phone 353-1946 anytime. Furnished Apartment Avondale
John Richardson r'dOpp2vpF'MkQfBg30pyp'yw ,,, SHOWING 1 1963 Land Rover 4WD, Station $75 a month, natural gas heated
NATTC The Best Man Henry 3794 771 9007.
Good utile sacraficecall
I i 8UNDINGItVD. Nov. 18 Wagon, car,
Fonda Cliff Robertson 356 0741 days.
Hospital Joy in the Morning thruNov.
Richard Chamberlain, Yvette .na' ca MimieuxC. 771-2255 23 POODLE CLIPPING: Profes- Company executive car, 4 dr
sional trained by New York of sedan, low mileage, A/C, P/S,
Field Born to Speed John
ny Sands, Terry Austin POPULAR PRICES-CONTINUOUS SHOWS Dog Grooming. 771,- 0215. P/B. Phone 359 2011 or 264-
Sunday, November 21 Open 1:00-Features FOR SALE: Motor Scooter 64
1:25-3:30.5:35 VESPA 90, dbl seat & util rack, SALE: Orange Park a/ea.
NAS The Seventh Dawn William 45-9:50 like new, perfect"Xmas gift. 771- 3BR 2B, air cond, $2000 dwn.
Holden, Capucini 9001. no qualfying, Cardinal Thompson
NATTC She Ursula Andress, EL3- 3165
John Richardson AAKuoiiSUOW? YVETTE MIMIEUX Company.

Hospital The Best Man Henry t'\ Ef REM LIBAISJ.Jft6tBEJ M [ N.t FOR SALE:Redecor,3BR.home, ORANGE PARK RENTAL: 2BR,
Fonda, Cliff RobertsonC. $100 dwn. $55 mo. ORANGE furn apt, built In elec kit, ter-
Field Shenandoah James PARK REALITY BKRS. 264 razo floors, washer dryer, near
Stewart, R. Forsyth 6144 accredited Clay County Schools,
Monday, November 22 will rent to TAD personnel or
CUSTOM B)1LTFHA or VA. -bachelors.2646884
NAS Desert t Raven Rachel ORANGE PARK ACCREDITED t-:

Roman, Rosaling Roberts ,......,.... SCHOOLS 3BR &4BR HOMES FOR SALE: 5 min NAS 3BR,
NATTC The Seventh Dawn Bit-in Kits. Panel Dens w/fire- 2B, built in kit, nod yd, cent
William Holden, Capucini places; Priced from $18500 thru H & A/C, gar Ige pan fam RM,
Hospital She Ursula Andress, 24500. Dwn pmts $100 thru patio, many extras, excell cond,
John RichardsonC. $1900 incl. closing costs. Vir- $100 dwn 388-6259
Field Joy in the Morning ginia E. Bell Real Estate, 1929 _
Richard Chamberlain, Yvette Hwy 17, Orange Park 264-2488 FOR SALE: 1963 VW SEDAN.ex-
Mimieux' or 356-2462 cellent condition, extras!II! radio,
4 luggage rack, under dash utility #
Tuesday, November 23 BIG FOR RENT- Hcuse 2BR, $85a shelf, rock guards, seat belts,
NAS Glory Guys Tom Tryon, mon., incl. water-sew, gar.Kit wheel covers, stainless steel
Harve Presnell equip. near NAS & Cecil; Schs, door visors, new tires and seat
NATTC Desert Raven-Rachel ADVANTAGESOUR 5160 101 St. (off Onega Farms covers. INTERESTED? callG.
Roman Rosalind Roberts ? Blvd) SP-2377 after 6 p.m. W. DORN, 3843184.

Hospital -"The'Seventh Dawn CHECKS
William Holden, CapuciniC. '
Field The Best Man 1 i ; aI
Henry Fonda, Cliff Robertson OFFER YOU-

Wednesday, November 24 I

NAS Ensign Pulver Burl Ives,
Robert Walker J B
NATTC Glory Guys Tom

Tyron, Harve Presnell .
i/ l
Hospital Desert '
Roman, Rosalind RobertsC.
Field She Ursula Andress, 1.
John Richardson

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ONE they pay bills, C.O.D.s, purchases"in .

person."' TWO they save you extra 4.'

errands when mailed, safely and quickly, to

pay bills and taxes. or to make purchasesby

mail. THREE they automatically become '
IV A r. -
easy-to-file receipts when cancelled. W A

e e a FOUR you can avoid the risk of carrying J

large amounts of moneyl!

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For convenience, safety and prestige w





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Frank Creamer, Avia- Marines who recently Inked
tion Detachment Acey Ducey reenlistments contracts to remain -
Club representative, tells this with the Corps are: .
column that Acey Ducey wants Cpl. Stephen F. Ignos, six
Increased participation In club years Nov. 1, 1965 ; Sgt. William -
activities by all members, including C. Bishop, Jr., four years,
Marine sergeants and Nov. 3 1965, GySgt. Junior
staff sergeants. According to 0. Berry, three years,November
I SSgt. Creamer, management officials 9, 1965, MSgt. Bazzal J. Rice, LAST MINUTE CHANG-
at the club say more four years, Nov. 10, 1965, and ES-Captain Raymond R.
support by all members will resultin Pvt. John I. Grove, three .years Powell ((1)), 1965 Marine
+ and better USMCR USMC .
higher profits entertainment ( to )
including top floor Corps Aviator/ of the Year,

shows on dance nights. Lately discusses an upcoming
r due largely to lack of support, flight with his radar Interceptor .
the club has on some dance operator, Chief War-
nights been unable to bring in TOP SQUADRONSMarine rant Officer Thomas Stone.
big name entertainers as they
have in the past. So how 'boutit Medium Helicopter passenger miles and 9,602,867
Marines? When you're in the Squadron (HMM 365)) added cargo ton miles.
area, wheel by the Acey Ducey another trophy to Its collection VMGR 352's flying trus
THE FIRST PIECE OF BIRTHDAY CAKE at Cecil Field for chow and refreshments. And when it was named winner of year, brought the squadron's
Marine Barracks went to Captain S. 0. Wright, station commanding hear this : they're open at noon the "Commandant's Aviation safety record to six accident
officer. Major/ R. H. Searle/ commanding officer at from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Efficiency Trophy," accordingto free years and 79,921 accident
the Marine Barracks served his guest of honor as local Marines Headquarters Marines Corps.. free flight hours. A total of
observed the Corps' 190th Anniversary here on Nov. 10. The squadron recently won the 71,878 passengers and 19,278,000
Chief of Naval Operations' pounds of cargo were lifted duringthe
"Readiness Through Safety Tro- year. The squadron operated
COLLEGE CLASSES phy. The squadron won the in the Dominican Republic,south-
current trophy for its outstanding ern Mexico, southern Australia,
Winter term classes St.
accomplishment of all assigned Southeast Asia, and northern
Johns River
Junior begin
College -
tasks. Alaska during the ,
Jan. 3, 1966, and registrationfor year. Opera-
Its members flew tions In these areas Include
VISIT these classes will be held 2,218 com- com-
from 6 to 8 as bat missions;accumulated 11,641 bat lifts, cargo lifts, aerial delivery -
p.m. p.m. part
of the first class on Jan. 3 and hours of combat flying time, aerial refueling,adminis-
6, 1966. 15,287 total flight hours, hauled trative airlifts, demonstrations
CLAUDE O NOLAN Jacksonville University winter over 4,000,000 pounds of cargo and transportation for: Heads of

term classes begin Jan. 6, 1966 during the fiscal year and were State.
with registration scheduled Jan. the first squadron to employan Second runner up was Ma-
M 60 machine rine All Weather Flight Squadron -
CADILLAC & 3 and 4 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. -gun
PONTIAC and 6 p.m to 8p.m. mounted on a UH 34D hell- 232 (VMFAW) 232)), an
MAIN AT ORANGE Under the off duty education copter. air component of the First Ma-
program; the Marine Corps The squadron evacuated 1700 rine Brigade. This squadron
three fourths of the student's flood victims lastNovemberduring earned its second runner up
tuition fee, not to exceed $14.25 the flood in Vietnam. During spot by taking part in six Hawaiian -
per semester hour or $9.50 per this two day mission, the squadron Air Defense Command Exercises -
PHONE EL 34922 quarter hour. Details may be obtained was faced with constant VietCong ,holding over 400 hoursof
from Sgt. James A. harrassing fire and flash pilot'' ground training flying
floods but during the entire 35
Stubblefield at detachment headquarters op- approximately' Operational
or by calling him at ,eration the squadron convincingly Readiness Inspection raids, con-
.extension 8573. demonstrated its cool pro-, ,ducting close air support
fessionalism. missions during Operation
Squadron members also won "Toolbox" and in support of the
many individual awards and decorations 4th Marine Regiment 1st
during the period for ANGLICO and Army Ground for-
CAREER NEWS which the trophy was awarded. ces.' It also carrier qualifiedor
.,' : They were awarded one Legionof reqyalified 20 of their pilots
Following Marines have au-
vanced their professional quali- Merit, 17 Distinguished Flying while temporarily operating from
Crosses, three Bronze Stars the USS MIDWAY In October
fications by completing coursesor ,
passing tests indicated: 1180 Air Medals, eight Purple 1964.Marine
i On liberty Pfc. Michael J. Dineen, Com- Hearts, 67 Navy Commendation Medium Helicopter
Squadron 264 (HMM 264)) the
prehensive College Test, Cpl. Medals and the Navy Unit Com-
don't Arnold R. Harrison, MCI, Oper- mendation. third runner up is basedat
forget ations Against Guerilla Forces, Marine Aerial Refueler Transport New River, N. C. and received -
Pcf. Rodney M. Olson, High Squadron 352 (VMGR -352)), its runner up spot by
yer' pays School GED; Sgt. J. A. Stub- the first runner up, operating flying a total of 12,760 accident
blefield, MCI, Punctuation; Pcf. from the Marine Corps Air Sta- free flight hours during the fiscal -

\ \ .: and W. J. Neff, High School GED, tion, El Toro, Calif., amasseda year of 1965. The average
and Sgt. W. A. Boucher, MCI. total of 15,167 flight hours. number of aircraft hours log-
Tactics of the Marine Rifle Squad. This total involved 82,000,000 ged per month per helicopterwas
r' 53. 1 hours. The squadron
yer logged 35,843 day, 2,396 night
field landings and 10,407 day,
( creditidentification 592 night landings aboard ship
during: the year without an ac


Headquarters Marine Corps
announced last Friday the pending
reassignments of two 'general
officers in early spring 1966.
Credit Identification Card comes from us. Brigadier General ArthurH.
You get It with your first loan. It's mighty handyto Adams, present Director of
have since we serve you in 775 offices coastto Information, Headquarters Mar-
coast. Depend on us for liberty money, ine Corps, has been named to
emergency expenses, cash needs. And get relieve Brigadier General Hugh
your Credit Identification Card. Your good M. Elwood as Commanding
credit assures you of quick service. General, Marine Air Reserve

Training, Command, Glenview
Dlinois. Gen. Adams is due to
.. -- report to. his new In March
CHAMPS Sgt. 'B. J. Erhardt, coach of the 'NATTC' championship 1966.
\\i.J CORPORATION football/ team,. M. A. D. Support, receives his first Brigadier: General, Elwood,
place individual trophy from LtCol./ W. Sullivan, Detach. upon his relief, will report in
ment CO. Also on hand to receive trophies last Wednesday April, 1966 as Assistant Wing

LOANS TO $600 were, from left, second row, LCpl. W. L. Dunn, LCpl. P. A. craft Commander Wing,,relieving First Marine Brigadier Air-

JACKSONVILLE Usher, Cpl. W. V. McDaniel/, Jr., and Pfc. A. B. General
Phillips. Marion
'I 1193 So. Edp....d AYe. Phono 3890391. E. Carl.
440 W. Adam St. .. Phono 3560091Phono From left, rear, are, Sgt. E. K. ,Jones, LCpl. M. Jefferson, The future assignment for
25 926 C.Arlington Adams St Road 356-0076 7210550Phono LCpl.. D. W. Norton, Jr., Sgt. W. F. Reynolds and Pfc. J. R. Brigadier General Carl and
5852 1638 Norwood Main St. Avo. .. Phone Phono 354-6841 765-1601 Robinson. Cpl. D. F. Martin and Cpl. J. A. Turner were also relief for Brigadier General Ad-
3102 B.ach Blvd. Phone 359-2051 awarded 1st place trophies for playing on the team, but were ams will be announced by Head-
5212 N. Pearl St. Phone 353-6248 quarters Marine
not present when photo was taken. Corps at a
er date.t .

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-Sweeps Through AirLant, I

In CinClantFleet Week i

wrv,( An augmented football team from VA 45 at the game when an IIS 3 defender intercepteda 1
ii'a Cecil Field swept through the Atlantic Fleet pass but then dropped it and the Blackbirds 1 4|
Air Tournament at NAS Norfolk last week and recovered. \
r' n's headed into the Atlantic Fleet tournament this weekat In the early round of play 45 downed ItS ,
k ? 1 s Little Creek, Va. 3, 31 6 and then took a win over Argencla, .4
The Blackbirds had less trouble in the four 26-7.
a team AirLant Tourney than they did at ComFairJax Play at Little Creek started:; Monday. Teams \
where they had to come back from an early playing were from UDT, Quantico Marines VA- <
defeat to win the area representation by downing 45 from ships in the Atlantic Fleet. Reports
ComFairJax 86. from Norfolk have the Blackbirds In the favorite
In the AirLant final VA 45 had little trouble position to win the tourney, 45 was branded as
downing US 3 from Norfolk 20 13. The Black- one of the best teams seen In the Air Lam tour-
birds built up a 12 0 first quarter lead behind nament in quite some time.
I the quarterbacking of Cecil Marine Dick Meechanand The team received a large trophy for win-
held on to it for the rest of the game. The ning the AirLant tourney and individual: memberswere
closest scare the Blackbirds had was late In given blazer jackets.

l3 Raiders Waltz Over Glynco .


Start League Play At 7-2

The Cecil Field varsity basket- played 11 players almost for Veteran forward Walt Coehins r
ball team completely over- equal amounts of time. was in Norfolk playing in the
powered Glynco last weekend Ina An unhappy note from Friday's AirLant football tournament with
pair of games to move its game was that forward Jerry VA 45. Forward Jim Louden
record to 7 -2 before entering Culverhouse injured his ankle and missed the two games becausehe
league play this weekend at San- will probably be out for most was on emergency leave.
ford.It. of the season. Richerson was The Raiders open their quest
was a family affair both pleased with Culverhouse's improvement for the southern loop crown In the
nights as brothers Jerry and Jim and said that he will Ga Fla. Conference Friday
Marshall led the Raiders to 79- be missed In future action. when they traveled to Sanford
51 and 66 46 victories over Richerson was happy with his for a pair of games. The Raiders
the Georgia team. ForwardWll- team's performance over the have yet to get a look at any
liam Reeves also hit his scoring weekend: and even more happy of their southern loop foes as
RAIDERS BOX THE BOARDS. .Jerry Marshall// (hack to stride and collected 18 and 16 when he considered that two of all their games so far have been
camera) and Floyd Caf/efi/ number 70, vain/ the inside posit. points in the two games. his weekend better players missed the against northern loop membersand

ion against Glynco/ In Saturday night s game which Cecil The Raiders put up a stiff games. independent teams n ,
Field won, 6646.NAVY. defense against the Glynco team
which resulted in many fast
breaks. Return guard Jerry .
Marshall regained the form he
1 had last year and dumped in 30 Sn

..... \\ \; \\\\ \\\:;..........,..SPORTSJax ;. ; ,,[\\\ ;\ ... points 16 in Saturday's in Friday's game.contest Mean-and
:::::::::::::::::::::::;::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::;::::::::::::::::: while his younger brother,Jim
was working both inside and out
at his forward post to hit for '
Varsity Basketball Card 17 and 12 points,and pull downa Y
' good share of the Raider's :
November 19 20 Jax Navyat tT
Hunter AFB East of Route 17 rebounds.
Glynco NavyNovember
in Savannah, Ga. Glynco was never in eitherof :
the as the Raider defense -
26 27 Turner AFBat
Turner AFB Albany, Ga. kept the team outside and
Jax NavyDecember
from there the Georgians had a
Moody /TB Route 125 Northof
cold eye. The Raiders main-
3-4 AFBat
Moody h
tained 10 and 20 point leads
Sax NavyDecember
throughout most of both
Route 17 North
Glynco Navy Cecil coach O. G. Richerson
10-11 Jax Navyat nf Brunswick.. Ga.---
Robins AFBDecember
Jax Navy Route 17 South ol
17 18 Jax Navyat Jacksonville, Fla.

January Hunter 7-8 AFB Glynco Navyat Jax Opens Play I k '

Jax Navy This W..kendThe :

January 14 15 Jax Navyat

Turner AFB Sax Navy Varsity Bas-

21 22 Jax Navyat ketball team will play its open-
ing game at Glynco Naval Air
Moody AFB
Station this Friday and Saturday HALF FARE
night. They will return to NAS
January 28 29 Robins AFBat
Jax Sunday with scrimmages set
for next week. Next Friday and
4-5 Hunter AFBat Saturday they will host Turner
AFB here at the NAS gym
Jax NavyLocations building 3. All home games will
: start at 7:30 P.M. with every- ON YOUR NEXT LEAVE

Robins AFB Route 247 Southof one invited to support .the team
Macon, Ga. of their choice.



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,f'' Cecil Field skeet Range Opens, With Bang Intramural NAS lax

j A5300 Turn Out For Vel's Day Festivities ResultsHANDBALL

: I Nearly a year of work and Following the demonstration Friday, and Saturday. Cost is supplies the shells. Shotguns
planning ended with a bang last everyone got a chance to shoot. a dollar a round for the birds are available for use throughor Marines, 5 VW 4,0 .
Thursday when the NAS Cecil The skeet range was opened to three dollars if the range Special Services. FICEUR, 4 VW 4,1
Field skeet range and near all and near by the Rod and
by Lake Newman were dedicatedand Gun Club sponsored a turkey PING PONG
opened for use. shoot. The club gave away 13 ,
An estimated 300 sportsmen birds and not every turkey wentto L1;
and their families turned out for the men. Mrs. Thelma Simp- i' VAP-62,4679thl :'
the event. Before the day was ler out shot nine men in her FAW 11, 5 VP 30,0
over the scattergunners shot up round to take home her turkey. : FICEUR, 3 Marines, 2
over 1,000 shells. Eleven. year. old Mike Yar- LAKE VAP 62, 5 Recreation, 0 .
The Veteran's Day activities borough showed his elders up NEWMAN VP -16, 4 679th, 1 ,
kicked off at 9 a.m. when the when he came the closest to the FAETU, 4 FICEUR, 1 ",
senior chaplain at Cecil Field, "X" in his round to win a bird. r ENGINEERED BY VAP 62, 3 Marines, ,." a.
Father T. J. Wootten gave, the Some of the other winners were '.\ l NEWMAN ; VOLLEYBALL ." :,'-'.'
invocation. Commander C. M. Thomas, Leo t._.. ,, ,
S. D. Wright, station Lamond ((2 turkeys), John M. j '' 1 J
Captain I. ; :. FAETU, 15 VP 7,7 ,:.'I":
the hon Bob
commanding officer, got Sullivian, B. McCracken,
FAETU, 15 VP 7, 4 ..
or of firing the first shot. Penningtonand Lieutenant Com- ',I a .
The captain broke, the first clay mander Ray Fox. FOOTBALL ''I "
bird, with the comment, "Boy, Club officials were pleased r f r j/I IVP
am I surprised." with the turn out. ; 30,13 Hospital, 6' ,f;:\ ,JComFairJax.
Lieutenant Larry Mayden The hours and costs for shooting 1 VP 7, 0' I
,., from Jax gave a brief intro at the skeet range have been A/C Malnt, 2 MARTD, 0
duction and an explanation of the established. The range is opento LAKE NEWMAN is dedicated at Cecil Field by Lt. Dave Commun, 36 NARTU, 6 '
of skeet shooting and safety the 14 ComFairJax, 0
sport all military personnel in Hospital .
left ) Special Services Officer, Ltlg( ) Newman '
precautions in the use of shot area. Shooting hours are from Young, ( to right .
guns. Then some of the top ama noon, until ,sunset Wednesday, ,' Rod and Gun Club President, ,, and Captain S. D. Wright, GOLF f' .
teur,shooters in the. Jacksonville. station'commanding officer.. '
line demonstration.The PRO'S, 5 Operations, 4 ,
area on a
team from the Gator Gun Commun, 51/2 Birds, 31/2. .;,
Club, composed of John Cox, Ed FOOTBALL PREDICTIONSGAME NARTU.. FAETU, 4 '' '
679th 5 Hospital "B", 4 ",
Clark, Ed ,Miller, and C. A. I :':;
Barringer broke {92 out of,100 Supply, 8 FICEUR, 1 '
birds. Cox fired a perfect 25 PRO'S, 31/2 Operations, 21/2/
out of 25. Birds, 3 Commun, 3NARTU. )
((66-42)) ((70.38)) ((647)) (guest) (65-4.3)( ) 679th, 5 Hospital "B", 1
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IntramuralStandings E (

by Dave Colby

Big time college football may come to an end that was never I tAt
FOOTBALL expected or predicted for It.
Most big time college foot- Ohio State University, a !
Teams Won Lost ball is played at the large state school which has Jumped from
Marines 9 0 NAf universities. These state univer- around 30,000 students to over ,
VA-44 7 1 sities In recent years have been 40,000 In the last three years,
VF 174 6 3 undergoing tremendous growth.We a solution is about to be tried !
VFP 62 3 5 are all aware that the universities that has coaches wondering if
VA-45 2 7 7 are scrambling to keep there will be a job for them In 1
Weapons 2 6 % up with population boom. future years. +
Supply 1 8 The schools have come upwith What the Ohio school has done :
ways to weed out the entering is divided its huge campus into 1
BOWLING freshmen. In most states It Is two distinct parts. To be admit- ;
required that the state supported ted to the main campus a student j
WEDNESDAY EARLY schools take any high school will have to graduate In the up- \
Teams Won Lost graduate of the state. This prob- per fourth of his class. The
lem not being able to weed the other three fourths of the Ohio 1
Gordons B. B. 18 6 students out before they get on the high school graduates will find 4
VFP 62 13 7 campus has been met by delayed themselves across the river,
Yellowwater 12 8 S admission andstiffening the which splits the campus,isolated ,
BlueBlasters 12 8 curriculum. The attitude that the and almost as if a different j
Thunderbirds 11 13 'THE "" universities have seemed to takeis school. These students will be 1
ROCKIH RAIDERS" play for .Four mem"
Hellrazors#1 9 11 charity. "We may have to take them attending classes in the late j
# fcers of the Cecil Field versify basketball learn, who play afternoon and
Hellrazors 2 9 11 but we don't have to keep them. evening.
Commisary 8 16 together as a bond, entertained people who passed by the The forgoing methods has madeit Now, most football teams J j
Astronauts 5 15 Navy Exchange Friday afternoon. The band was performing rough for football coaches to practice In the afternoon, thus
GOLF to help with the current Combined Charity Campaign. The get top flight players and keep Buckeye football coach Woody
Raiders have been performing after their games at various them but what comes next is Hayes; will have a problem getting cr
BLUE bases. even rougher on college sports. his team together for Its
Teams Won Lost daily sessions.

Admin Supply 1 1 0 0 A Sure Fire Way To Stop ArgumentOver few Football, of them players are are the just type that.ot

that finishIn
Weapons H2 1 0 students In high school

VA-442 OPs 1 1 0 0 0 Deer Is To Go By Live WeightMONTHLY While the athletic top nearly directors part everyone of their and,Including school class.-

Fightin Photo -
Marines 0 1 TALLAHASSEEWith deer explains the weight of dressed buck normally reaches physical officials, visualized swelling
VF 174 #1 0 1 hunting season here it's a good deer compared to live weight, maturity at 4 or 5 years of football crowds, and new stadiums -
Medical 0 1 time to pass on a bit of information and the relation of antler pointsto age and would normally be In the seating rangeof
AMD #2 0 1 that might prevent age. expected to have the best developed the Yale Bowl, Ohio
Weapons #1 0 1 some friendly arguments among Frye said, "A deer's age antlers at the peak of Stadium and the University ofMichigan's
AMD #1 0 1 deer hunters. According to 0. cannot be determined by the number his vigor. Quality of habitat and stadium no one thought
E. Frye, director, Game and of points in his antlers after abundance of food can have a alone the line that the swelling'
Many things that history repeats Fresh Water Fish Commission, he passes the spike, stage. A great deal of bearing upona student population would have any
weren't wonh doing in the each year the Commission deer's antlers. For example, effects on sports other than to
first place. Olin Miller,Thom- receives inquiries from Increase the potential drawingarea
many a 3 year old buck in good range
aston (Ga) Times deer hunters for information that I J'j'I I may have more points and a larger ,
And Ohio State Is not alone in
I set of antlers than a 6
schools about to feel the pinch,
SPECIAL 1. The Montreal Canadians favorable year old buck conditions.living"under less colleges and universities across

have won the National Hockey the U. S. are feeling the student
Comparing dressed weight to
League championship a record boom.
SHRIMP DINNER..99COPEN live weight is simple If the deer
14 times. Has team failed
any WEEK
hunter will clip or copy the STATEMENT OF THE
to win an NHL championship?
All (O.u. ,CA'N ,EAT 2. What is the record for following their hunting chart license.and place It with "'0. G. Richerson"Cecil Field '
consecutive hockey games played basketball coach last week as
PAIL by an individual? he watched four of his players
Dressed Live
Weight Weight
11-.30 A.M. TO 10 P.M. We Make a 3. What professional football making music in front of the Navy
team holds the record for the Exchange for the Combined Char
Specialty of most consecutive victories? 40------55 50------65 ity Drive, "Sometime I wonderIf
t 4. In 1937 Tennessee led the I am' a basketball coach or a
., .HET"? s SHRIMP CATFISH nation in most punts, a mark that 70------90 60------80 band manager."
'., e OYSTERS still stands and is the oldest 80------105 The band calls themselves the
CHICKEN modern college single season "Rocking Raiders". The team
'' STEAKS record that has not been broken. 90------115 has dropped a few games so far
', 4a e. RED SNAPPER What is that mark? 100------130: this season but when they get

ntiM.. ,': a TAKEOUTSERVICE BANQUET SERVICE 5. In track, the breakingof 110------140 out the guitar, drums, and piano
BUSINESS MEN'S the tape at the finish line 120------155 they don't lose many spectators
LUNCH does not determine the winnerof 130------165 or dancers. Two weeks ago
a race. How Is a winner 140------180 at Hunter Air Force Base they
3438 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771-5581 declared? 150------190 played In the EM Club after the
160------205 game and from reports theywentover
ANSWERS 170------215 bigger on the dance floor
180------230 than the basketball court.
JSUUJM atn sj qsjujj jo sun aqisaupi3j 190------240 Regardless Richerson still
We, 1 se '(OSJQI) ApoqasoqM 210------265 basketball It's just that he's In

AT aojjjadtiioo: isjjj auj 'g'uoseas New Wildlife Area doubt about his official capacity
auo sound l*
uj gel:
the four.
Wstsid Volkswagen Inc. Spans HP5 P-10D3J: 3UJ 'y'aouataJua0ue31zawvlivagt Established In Fla.
: :: : UJ LAKE CITY An "LONG TOM" Death On Toms
Be Sire To See Us Before Yon Buy A Used VW MOJ v uj sauiuS '65 u* '6f"61 ment between Owens Illinois agree-, Lieutenant Commander Ray
1:> w it6l 61 JD0OU.M : WOJJ
6 o Inc., and the Game and Fresh Fox brought a relic of a shot-
suMOjg puiiaA3i3:: auj *c the shootat
gun to recent Turkey
Water Fish Commission has
,Special of the Week! 'suosrasaulu made possible the establishmentof Cecil Field. The gun was a
J3AO S3UJF8OC9 tgele1ts wildlife 32 inch full choke 12 guage Win-
a new managementarea
: UJ parted saa8usg >{I10A chester Model 97.
for Florida sportsmen, according -
MaN sqj jo uoiuscpH Apuv 5 to W. B. Copeland,Commission LCdr. Fox said that he did-
's8UTPueasuoseas Chairman. Named Loch- n't know how old the gun was but
$1795 jtpiSaj uj jsijj qsjujj ofpalleJ loosa Wildlife Management Area, that he had owned it for 20 years.'
seq{ mji uresj Ajuo ain sIs
the new hunting territory com- At any rate old "Long Tom"
>{iMrJ KoQI9{: o8t'olI: :D: aqj. r.HOD was the most popular gun at,the
warranty. .$2295 prises approximately 46,000
1965 Giiia Conv., new car
1965 Executive car, with air. . ..$1895 acres and surrounds Lochloosa shoot, it threw a lot of shot ina
Lake In the southeastern portionof very little pattern which is
AMOTORCYCLES Alachua and extends what is needed in a turkey shoot.In .
1964 VW Convertible Sedan. . ..$1595
the first round Commander
into southeastern Putnam County.
1964 Giiia Coupe, 1500 cc engine. .$1895 Hunters take all native C. M. Thomas borrowed "Long
. . .$1600 may "
1963 Ghia Conv., clean game except turkeys. Hogs have Tom and walked off with a
ALL MODELS been declared game In the Tom turkey. Other gunners did

1964 VW Sedans . . . .$1495 Alachua County portion: but'may equally well with Mr. Fox's gun. .
1963 VW Sedans . . . .$1295 NOTHING DOWNWe not be hunted in the Putnam But the owner didn't have as much

1962 VW Sedans . . . .$1095 Give Merchant. Green Stamps County side of the area. Other luck.He his butit
finally turkey
. :. .$895 regulations are the same as the got
1961 VW Sedans. . OPEN 8A.M.-8P.M. Second Region and a Public Hunt- was late in the day before
1960 VW: Sedans . . . .$693 MON.- FRI. ing Area Permit Is required in "Long Tom" threw a winning

8A.M.-6 P.M. SAT. addition to regular hunting li- pattern for its owner.,

1061 VW Std. Sta. Wagon . . .$995 1 P.M.-5 P.M. SUN. cense. Also, no camping or

, 1963 VW Deluxe Sunroof Wagon . .$1595 MOTORS & CYCLES fires will be permitted. verheard on the bus: 'The **
Maps and further Informationcan sad of
story my business is that
; Westsid Volkswagen, Inc. 4949 Blanding Blvd. be obtained from the Game I started out on a shoestringthe
and Fresh Water Fish Commis- year everybody staned wear-
1150 So. Laia Ave. Open Everiiigs 384--34441 PH 771-8244 sion office in Lake City. ing loafers.SomersetMass( )

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Show That 7965Will -

Be Banner Year For DucksTALLAHASSEE

The 1965 Game and Fresh Water Fish Standing at the top of the list
66 hunting season is just around Commission. of prime duck hunting areas is
the corner and there is every Copeland said, "Several of the the Guano River Wildlife Manage
indication that this season will wildlife management areas oper- ment Area in St. Johns County.
be abanner year for duck hunters. ated by the Commission are highon This area presents one of the i
the list of choice duck huntIng brightest duck hunting pictures in
Hunters wise in the ways of i sites, and while hunters are a number of years. The resultsof
wildfowl are preparing for the expected to make full use of the mid summer draw down
opening of the duck, coot and these accommodations they of the lake has allowed the area
goose hunting season at 12:00: should become familiar with the to reseed with waterfowl foods
noon, November 24, accordingto regulations applying to the spec- and the present conditions appear -
W. B. Copeland, Chairman, ial hunting areas." as a wildfowl smorgasbord.

I Falconry Still Sport For AF ColonelLieutenant

Colonel Jack C. Hooding the bird quiets it con- ually it learns to eat While on
siderably. A falcon's most acute your fist first in the dark and
Young, the man who assisted In
training the Air Force Academy'sfirst sensory organs are its eyes later in the light. CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
flying falcon, is still follow (comparable to individual focus feeds on raw lean meat.
ing his hobby of falcon trainingand 10 power field glasses). Col. Young says one of the BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP

hunting, though he is now "After the bird is accustomedto hardest parts of falcon training 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
stationed at Elmendorf AFB Al- sitting on your fist while comes next. The bird is train-
. . . .$3995
aska. hooded, you begin taking off the ed to respond to a whistle (not 65 CORVETTE CONV.
His pride is a falcon named hood while in a dark room.Grad mechanical) and fly to your,fist. auto/trans., R&H, solid/ blue' white top, 900
Lady Helen, a two pound, nine- miles, never been registered.
year old Pergrine bird.
The Colonel 'wouldn't think of 65 MALIBU/ SUPER SPORT COUPE. .$2695

trying to buy a young falcon to I auto/trans., 327, V-8, PS R&H, still/ in new cor
train. lIe says, "A falconer warranty, 2.tone paint, WSW.
would consider it most improperto
purchase a bird and in 65 'IMP ALA SPORT SEDAN.$2995

most states it would also be LOUNGE & PACKAGE STOREGO auto/trans, V-8, PS, PB, elect' windows &
illegal." Colonel Young's birds seats, R&H, factory air and many extras, solid
are either trapped wild, or taken white, blue int.
from the nest.Training .
a bird like Lady Helen GO 65 MALIBU SUPER SPORT COUPE. .$2595

takes patience and perseverance UNTIL 2 AM 4-speed trans., 327, V-8, R&H, solid silver,
"Training begins with 'manning'of white int., WSW, extra, extra sharp.
the wild bird, the Colonel
explained. "That is holdingthe LADIES NIGHT EACH 64 MONZA COUPE . . . .57695
bird and feeding it . THURSDAY EVENING 4.speed trans., R&H, dark blue' WSW.
encouraging the bird to tolerate MIXED DRINKS FOR LADIES

V-8, auto/trans., R&H, PS, PB, air cond.,
A hood is put on the bird Immediately 3909 BLAND/NG/ BLVD. electric windows, solid gold, beige interior,
after it is caught and extra sharp.

it the is movement carried to and accustom the trainer'sfist. it to CASE LOTS AT COST f-} 10% DRIVE-IN SERVICE 63 FALCON CONV. . . . .57395

auto/trans., 6 cyl.' R&H, solid red, white top,
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= 63 VAL'/AN T. . . . . .57095
2 dr., standard shift, 6 cyl., factory air cond.,
'A solid blue.

AT LIo.STII 63 FA/RLANE/ . . . . .57295

Auto Liability\ 2 WSW.dr., auto/trans., 6 cyl./ ,, R&H< solid green,

,,,,araRcefOI 63 FALCON SPR/NT/ . . . .57395

.... 'elson"eIIEGAIIDLESS \ 2 dr., hardtop, 4-speed trans., V-8, R&H, solid
1tAUalY\\ \ \ MARItA ST Jo.TUS5t&t black, red int., WSW.

OF IlJo.NK. COtJIPAN" auto/trans., V-8, PS, R&H, ivory over red, WSW,

t\ INSURANCE with ther Into' extra, extra sharp..

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... lie "" Concept I. 62 CORVA/R/ 2 DR. COUPE.$995

en ...111.1'1'" 1otV standard shift, R&H, WSW, all original; cleanestin
;$ :
dgcton{ of the. UNtFORM ; town.

EP# tHE MAN ,1'1 62 OLDS CONV. . . . .57495

EXCLUSIVELY fOR ,OLlCY PROVIDES........ auto/trans., V-8, PSPB, R&H, solid/ white
DESIGI'IED AUTO", OBILE II .....,$10.000 pe' red int., one owner.
THE $10.000 occident

THE AMERICAN $ ,000$00 pe'P"..........d,Insured rcddentBdily \ 61 FORD GALAX/E . . . .$1095
.'.IniYliabilityoge\00"' I"., S ,000 PS'.P.rsen,iy0,000 pe. 4 dr. hardtop; V.8, auto/trans., PS, PB, air
Props S1 0.000 Pef windows & R&H WSW
..k.I..death b analt{ cond., electric seats, ,
AcddentoMotorsts{ LUS- uell ,.s, doted. ivory over blue.'
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EXTRAORDINARwordstor so 0 spC 60 /IMPALA SPORT SEDAN.$1195
MANY ...her eGslro6u'O auto/trans., V.8, PS, PB, factory air, electric'
Menthlr poyn"ent Ponthly Pey...nt p Ian in o windows, all/ original.; /
tow .ol.' II"q
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\ Con fi..cI.III.i.tity
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ONTltLY and., ,. State
iRred SlAJo.LL Dap M .f D.fenso .1 AM.r1coY 60 CORVA/R/ 2 DR. COUPE..5195:

ring .dronto9 ivory & white, extra clean, WSW.
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Yourself the the nyCou"neilow.DISCOYERectlon 59 NOMAD WAGON.. . . . ,,. .$895
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