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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 9, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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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 o f f i clal expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication doe snot constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 23 HO. 39 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA DECEMBER 9. 1965TWENTYSEVEN

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Nax.taxna, ''xt Two photographic squadronsIn was addressing a group of civil lined story saying that the 149
i ctc goes the Jacksonville Naval Com- service employees In the NA bases would be cutback in man-
plex will be transfered to Tur- Cecil Chapel, confirmed that power and spending, and some
ner Air Force Base in Albany, Light Photographic Squad ron Six- would be closea. The paper{
Ga., some time in the future,* ty Two, presently at NAS ,Ce-
according to United States Rep- cil, and Heavy Photographic said that the reduction would t
resentative Charles E. Bennett, Squadron Sixty Two, presentlyat result In a 410 million dollar -
D Fla. NAS Jax, would be moved to a year savings and that
Turner. 53,000 jobs would be eliminated.

COMMANDS were presented by the 63 This information leaked out t
military and civilian/ /// personnel who attended the recent Sixth to the local papers and was The Navy, at press time, had Respresentative Bennett said

Naval/ District Special/ Services Conference held at NAS Jax. carried in the Tuesday editionof not released an official state- that the decision to close San-
ment on change in
statusof
any
the Florida Times Union. the ford, which was constructed In
two squadrons.
Tuesday, the representativewho"THE 1942, came after seven million \
Representative Bennett said
6ND Special ServiceConferenceHeld that he did not know when The dollars had been appropriated by
move would take place.He Congress for construction at that ft
Naval Air Station.). lie said that tit
MESSIAH"The also confirmed that NAS the decision to muvc the operations 1-
Sanford would be one of the to Turner was made after tit -
Here Beaches Choral Society) decided that the
was facilities
of ( 149 military bases affected by
Jacksonville Beach will be
at that Air Force Base
the cutback planned for a four were more
performing Handel's "The Messiah" modern and could be better,
year period beginning. In 1966. utilized
this Sunday, Dec. 12, at
than those Sanford. i
Sanford will be closed and at
Sixty-three military and civil- Naval Station, Norfolk, has already the NAS lax All Saints Chapel operations ,
will be moved toTurner
ian personnel met at NAS Jax begun this program with The Concert which will begin
attack base
Sanford
the is a Heavy ,
last week for the first Special more commands expected to start at 7:30 p.m. will mark the official according to representative.He the home of \
said that he talked witha which serves as r
Services Conference held by the in January. NAS Jax Is expected opening of the Christmas Attack One and
Air Wing
Heavy ;
Sixth Naval District.Lt. to begin the transition In season at the Naval Air Station Navy spokesman, and was told
that the plans for NAS nine component squadronsmade "-
present
the near future, but no definite All personnel attached to commands
Cecil was to increase its man- up of A 3 "Skywarriors" and
date has been
aboard the station
set. are inVited -
F. L, Jones, Staff, Special -< to bring their family and power. RA 5C Vigilantes. VAP t
In addition facilities version of
flies the
to major 62 photo \,
Office' for
Services Head
throughout the Sixth Naval Dis- friends to hear this musica The article in Tuesday's mQrn- the A 3. VFP 62 uses.the ,
ComSix, served officer -
quarters in charge of the representative as trict, representatives from sev-' masterpiece. 'ing paper appeared simul- photo version of the F 8 !t1
from the 27 participating eral ships and squadrons also taneously with a Washington date- "Crusader" jet. I,,
attended the conference.
commands. Representing NAS ...........__..... -- .. ............._" ._.,_...."... ".....
Jax were William R. Fitch, Ens.
Charles J. Evans from the Spe- NAS Jax Sailor Receives J.J

cial Services Division,and Frank
McCaffrey NAS Athletic Di-

rector. ARC Certificate of Merit '

The two-day conference began

Wednesday, Dec.l, with Cdr. L.

A. Menard, Executive Officer, James A. Littleton, ABH1, aced clothing of George W. Roberts .
welcoming the group on behalf of Crash and Fire Division, received one of the fire fighters, '
the NAS Commanding Officer. a Certificate of Merit had become engulfed in flames.
The agenda of their visit con- 4 IY from the American National Red t

sisted mainly of discussions on .S'S& ) lei.: Cross during the Dec. 3rd NAS Littleton, disregarding his '
various special services and athletic Jax Personnel Inspection.The personal safety, immediately
operational programs. letter was presented to smoothered the flames. His
Littleton by Capt. H.B.Troemel, prompt action not only prevented t
Included in the group of Spe- USN (ret.), on behalf of NAS more extensive injuries to Ro-
cial Services and Recreation Of- Field Director Charles V.Gross. berts but undoubtedly saved his

ficers were 15 librarians who 3: 7g-- In July of this year, Littletonwas life.
held their own conference within participating in fire training Littleton's wife was on hand to
the over-all meeting. i exercises at NAS Jax,when he witness the presentation of the .
observed that the gasoline-satur- certificateCERTIFICATE

The primary purpose of the .
meeting was to acquaint these A FAREWELL WAVE marks the departure of Cdr. W. D. ."

representatives with the various Toole/ Jr., commanding officer of VP-7. The entire Patrol ''f
problems encountered in recreational .. .. .... < .
Squadron left NAS Jax last Friday/ (Dec. l 1)) for a deploymentto \
and discuss )
programs, to -
the over-all recreation and Sigonella. ::K..
for the Sixth "
sports program 'IH 4 Y

Naval District. VP-7 Departs NAS For

The group discussed the athletic -e
hobby shops, ;nd intra and
intermural sports pr >gramsandthe .
over-all recreation and

Naval sports District.program for the Sixth Sigonella DeploymentNATO


Thursday's agenda was spenton Patrol Squadron Seven, home forces and participate In
the forthcoming centralized based at NAS Jax departed Fri- training exercises with elementsof
accounting system for all com- day, Dec. 3, for 5 months deployment the Sixth Fleet.
mand composite recreation to Sigonella, Sicily. Although the officers and men
funds. Under this program, all Cdr. W. D. Toole Jr., Commanding of PATRON Seven will be absent 0J r
records for the participating Officer of VP-7, led from home over the holiday -
commands will be kept in New the squadron of SP-2H Neptunesto season plans are underwayto
York, with all deposits and with Sigonella via Bermuda, the give a Christmas Party for I
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drawals made on that account. Azores and Rota, Spain. the Casadel Fancitello Boys'Orphanage -
By using this centralized system VP-7.will relieve VP-24 of in Paterno,Sicily. Need-
the bureau will have a more com- their Mediterraneanduties. Dur- ed items of clothing and mater- OF MERIT. .James A. Littleton, ABH1,
plete picture of various recreat- ing the 5 month deployment, the ials are already on the way to shares the commendation he received with/ / his wife. Capt.H. .

ional programs. The system will squadron will conduct ASW sur- the orphanage. VP-7 will give B. Troemel, USN (ret.), presented the award on behalf of
not increase or decrease the a- veillance flights that will cover additional assistance in the way National Red Cross and the NAS Field/ Direct
American
mount alloted to each commandfor the eastern reaches of the Med- of painting and repairing the the
their individual programs. iterranean Sea, operate with facilities. or.



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Driving II.I. '

ROMAN CATHOLIC' ON GETTING/ READY FOR CHRISTMAS/ /

fcy Chaplain Faulk
the winter months ice, snow, heavy rains and generallybad
weather substantially increase possibilities for automobile St. Edward's Chapel'
of the Christmas
of the happiness Season
and measure is
A
accidents.It large it . For of
for many us,
is especially fitting that December has been named "Safe NovaHospital/ to be found in the preparation a major
leave, arranging transportation
Driving Month." Armed services personnel do a lot of drivingIn consideration lies in getting there will be In
where a glad and
the winter, with trips home for the holidays or moving from SUNDAY MASSES to get to our homes there happy
will be
Son For many the
0630 hecticsearching
- with loved ones.
one assignment to another. They should be more than alert to Hospital ,
and friends; others will be .
the dangers of winter driving. St. Edward's for gifts for family anti.i
Chapel - 0900 & 1100
panics and the feasting and merriment
KEEP c i pat i ng the Christmas
PREPARE FOR DISTANCE BBAKIM
with i he relaxation of the holiday.
.: DAILY, MASSES that goes the full meaning and joy of Christmas is hot to be found
But
,. )v St. Edward's: happy as these are, or in exchanging
ti reunions,
. Monday thru Friday 1130 merely in family
and fun
/ be or in parties -making. .
0900 exciting as this may
Saturday - gifts,
Christmas when one further
Naval We can be said to be ready for ingredient -
Hospital
:
..,' i;..< Friday - 1205' t has been added to our ,preparation. We are not truly ready
for Christmas until we have considered the real meaning of

.. CONFESSIONSSt this season. Christmas,. with all its joys and laughter, its ten-

.. Edward's: der, sentiments, its songs and good cheer,"mean* the birthday
the Christ . .
called the Anointed or ,Quist.as
of Jesus
--1900 2000
I.. rUSE Saturday 0845 means Christ and his Coming. This Is the fact which we
0815 ;
Sunday-------- 1045 celebrate and when we celebrate anything less than this we are
1015 -
the meaning and the more profound
Hospital: Sunday -----0615 likely to miss out on deeper
significance of the day.
\\M| *TIBILITY for Christmas it Is
order to be truly prepared important
CLASSES In
CHAINS VLSI FEEL of ROAD CATECHISM
birth of Christ There
Chapel Annex Building 722: to hear again the story of the are many

Every car should be winterized, equipped with snow tires or Saturday's 1000
chains, and kept in good mechanical condition. Defrosters and ways to do this. One is now able i to hear Christmas carols being

windshlel wipers should be checked and if necessary repaired or DIVINE/ / SERVICES played in the stores and other commercial institutions provided

replaced. Neyer drive your car on the road until all windowsare PROTESTANTAll the sounds of the music is louder than the ringing of the

clear. You can't avoid an accident if you don't see it coming. Chapel' cash registers Or one can hear it sung by a great musical
Saints;
But no matter in how good condition the car is, safety ultimately organization singing the greatest of all oratorios, "The Mes-

depends on the driver. Winter or summer, a good driver is alwayson SUNDAY'S siah".
the defensive, assuming the other driver will be less carefulor 0800 -- Holy Communion Around the world at Christmas time George Frederick Handel's

familiar with road conditions. Caution is even more necessary 0930 & 1100 Divine Worship greatest masterpiece, "The Messiah" will be heard. Handel,

when roads are slippery with ice or packed snow. A driver apply- a German composer migrated to England where in 1741, in the comparatively
SCHOOL
SUNDAY
ing his brakes will obviously not stop as quickly as he wouldon Annex brief time of twenty-fourdayshe composed this master
a dry surface, or may not stop at alL 0930 - -Chapel 722WEDNESDAY's piece. "The Messiah" was first sung in 1742 in Dublin, Ireland and
Building
The wise winter driver approaches every stop sign as thoughIt thereafter in England until now when it is sung all over the world.At .

was his last. Be cautious -- not a casulaty. (AFPS) the Naval Air Station Jacksonville, the "Messiah" will be

Choir Rehearsal sung at All Saints' Chapel on December 12, 1965 at 1930. It will
1900 -
be sung by the Beaches Choral Society of Jacksonville under the

Free Safety Inspection SECOND MONDAY of Each Month direction' of Mr. Barnes Sale, Jr. The Beaches Choral Society,

0930 Chapel Women's Guild one of the truly outstanding musical organizations in North Florida,
of chorus of voices and orchestra of about
is made up a seventy an
(Small Chapel)
Offered thirty instruments. Soloists are among the finest in Jacksonville

By Security OfficeThe U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL In preparing for 'Christmas get the true Christmas spirit by

Sunday's - 1000 gathering with your friends to hear "The Messiah" on December
NAS lax Security Officeris that 'defective brake lights, turn 12 at 7:30 p.m. at All Saints' Chapel.
SERVICESAT
offering special vehicle check- signals "may blow-out" (slick) DIVINE

ups at the Main Gate prior to and tires and emergency brakes are
during the holiday leave period. the most frequent defects found CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT

The vehicle check station Is between normal inspections. BEAT THE DRAFTEditors's

open from 8 a.m. to 2:30: p.m. Personnel are urged to take
Monday through Friday. The advantage of this service. Evenif Today 7
Practice
Choir at
p.m.
checkups will take approximatelythree it results in a small garage Sunday ( Note) The following article was written by GeraldR.

minutes and the service bill for needed repairs or adjustments Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. Vineyard, TD3, attached to FAETU, Det. Two, at NAS, Jax.
may will avert an accident. the cost is well worth Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. We feel petty officer Vineyard has expressed the attitude of most

Personnel whose cars pass the the safety you will receive. Communion on the first servicemen concerning duty and honor to country. If the picketing,

inspection can drive away know- "A good safe vehicle Is the Sunday of the month.CATHOL'C protesting, card burning, body burning objectors of U. S. policy
that the
ing car Is operating
would attempt to understand these heartfelt comments, surely they
next Important thing to safety
properly for safety. a would shift gears and expend their time and effort in supporting the
conscious driver behind the
Vincent Awenire, ABH2, station -
wheel Daily right for all men to be free.
vehicle inspector, reports Avvenier said.
11:20 a.m. Mass
Sunday I can't help but feel that every American, regardless of race,

8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- color or creed, feels a certain amount of Inward pride in his

ON 'fIIB !iiqiii tlNBSA3A fessions heard before each flag, his country, and his American Heritage. But, sometimes the

Mass. way some Americans react In certain situations it makes you

JEWISHCall seriously wonder. For example, we hear about burning draft cards

and demonstrations of all kinds opposing the conflict In Viet Nam.I .

s -0 i; Ext. 311 for Informationon I don't believe they even know what they're opposing to. What

Jewish Services. they are opposing is the very thing that gives them the.right to opposeit.


d. u Traffic ViolationsThe .Many people look at the daily papers, shake their heads and

.N4 / "S. make some remark about what is happening to our country. True,

following is a report of the very thought that our country could be communist dominated

motor vehicle accidents and traffic sends cold shivers down the backbones of even the bravest freedom

violations for the period Dec- lover, but things aren't as bad as the first glance would lead us

ember 1 through December 6 to believe. The headliners, it Is true, are the ones who burn or
Number of Accidents

"SKY ARRIOn" This Week December 1 tear up their draft cards, the mentally unbalanced who protest Ina
The U. S. Navy has, with this aircraft, an outstanding pieceof ------------i0 blaze of gasoline drenched agony, and the ones who parade and
surveillance equipment. There are eight different modelsof Total Accident this year through demonstrate.

the A 3A equipped to perform in almost any situation. December 6 - 237 I imagine if you would look somewhere toward the back of the
Basically It is a swept highwingcarrierbased, high performanceattack Number of Accidents news, 16B
through say page third column, close to .the bottom of the page
aircraft with tricycle landing gear and has a crew of
December 1964 you find
- -478 might some little note about the tremendous enlistment
three. It is also used in mine laying operations. Total number of increase the
days since people in the Armed Forces who voluntarily extended,

last injury in a motor vehicle or the ones who are demonstrating for freedom, against those who
accident - burnthemselves or tear their
-..1 up draft cards.
Number of Violations I still get that unexplainable tingling feeling when I hear the "Star

This Week - - 36 Spangled Banner" or see the flag go by. I'm proud to be an American.
JA.X AIR: 1VEWS Speeding ----------9 I'm: proud to be a part of the United States Navy and proud of the

Reckless Driving ------o uniform I wear. I'm proud of all things you and my country stands
Going through for, and I feel that it's
Stop Sign 2 my Privilege and personal responsibility
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Other Violations - 25 to uphold the things free men hold so dear and have been fighting

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Thirty Five drivers appeared for for decades.The .

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a before the Traffic Hear-
mere fact that we, the of the United States allow peopleto
people
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR ing Board at the meeting held on demonstrate and show ,
their differences of is evidence
Dec. 7. opinion
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office Disposition of the cases that
included the following we are free men living In a free society. The fact that we
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before lost driving and : Fourteen may live as we please, worship as we please, and advance as far

publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- privileges aboard station parking for as we like, limited only by our own ambitions, is evidence we are

Telephone EV 9.7711, Ext. 8162. various periods; Two were assigned free men living in a free society. Just how would our lives be without

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries to complete an eight these advantages that so many take for Rranted.

concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing hour course in remedial driving There are thousands of young Americans every day, trying to
beat the
Company,* 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida... at NATTC; Thirteen received draft NOT by demonstrating, but beating the draft

Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. suspensions; Seventeen were by volunteering before they receive their "Greetings", that friendly
given warnings; Three dismis letter from their local draft board. Young patriots, both men and

VOL. 23 NO. 39 DECEMBER 9,1965 sed; Eleven fined (U. S. Com- women of our *generation are giving up prominent positions with
misioner); and Two referredto SSJSF'V0 j join this vital fi1 for freedom The fact is that

commanding officer for pos- nfry l eJstme freedoms regardless of who fights.for them.
sible disciplinary action. draft card J burning demonstrators and our dying soldiers.AU .
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Mystery Still Unsolved



In 1945 one of U. S. Naval was fully equipped for an at-sea
aviation's most unusual and baf- ditch, carrying flares, life rafts,
fling mysteries occured off the etc.After
coast of Florida. Today, 20 receiving no reports
years later, the mystery is still from the search aircraft, the
unsolved.As Coast Guard Search and Rescue ; ,
history tells it, at 2:10 Station at Miami's Dinner Key
p.m. on Dec. 5, 1945, 5 months was notified and immediately sent MBSafrwrj ; 4T44e *f
after the end of World War II, out one of its search aircraft. ,
five Navy TBF Avengers carrying The Coast Guard plane searched a e e
14 men departed Ft. Lauderdale well into the night and then returned '
Fla. on a routine navigational/ to Dinner Key with negative 100# FROM
training mission. reports.
They were, to fly" a triangular Soon the search was widenedand SO DAY UCD CAW f 1i
course 100 miles southeast, 100 intensified. Florida east +
miles north and then return to the coast naval installations joined in DUVAL
base. This course would take the search and all ships in the i
them ,over a ,much traveled area were notified to be on the IVAMIflUION RIM ss+etaeee rMbw
stretch of the Atlantic Ocean between alert for any of the downed air- .
southern Florida and the craft. | TU1,.....:..:..:10:".=.,....=. :=fA 1.E+w N.IuWnsENGINMKbd1 K wN.AIAmw.m MOTORS
Bahama Islands. The weatherwas ,1AANSMIS .':.. EEA H+o N
good and the mission was to Within days the search had ._,..........Kca'er"......A.................", II...-...'."..1o..ii.4... it iti
last only two hours. spread, to the Army, National :'tt':. tr-.
Guard, Civil Air Patrol, Air .- *:Ltrtsy rwH* MMIM..Id.r.l.l ,l n we
Squadron leader Lt. Charles Force and all private aircraft, :....... ._*CS'... ....,e4W
C. Taylor, USNR,reported a rou- ships and even fishing boats and 4-0..1.............c............. t ,
tine takeoff and then nothing was pleasure"craft operating in the _
heard from the squadron until an area. ..... 4a USED I
hour later when brief
a message .a rray -ww.F --- .
was' received. Unfortunately the The search covered more than .--
static was so bad that the mes- 380,000 square miles and all air- I
sage could not be understood. craft and ships criss-crossed the : 1I
About one hour and forty minutes 515 miles from Key West, Flo-
after the first transmission a- rida, 'to the southern Georgia aaswi
nothermessage was receivedbutcould border in hope of sighting any of *- LOIS!
not be understood becauseof the missing craft. 'Manywreckage ; .5w
static.' sightings, some dating as far
back as World War I were reported -
It was almost sundown and stillno and checked but no trace
word had been received from of the 5 Avengers and the Mar-
the squadron; A Martin PBM iner could be found.
Mariner from the Banana River
Naval' 'Air Station, 150 miles After one of the most exten-
north of Ft. Lauderdale, was sive air/water searches ever
ordered into the air"to search for conducted the Navy held a boardof

the the Avengers.search aircraft The crew consisted aboard of board inquiry.told A newsmen spokesman that for that the 100 I % USED! CAR GUARANTEE

two lieutenants, 3 ensigns and 8 "members of the board of inquiry -
enlisted men. were not able to make even
.a. good guess as. to what might IN WRITING
Soon after takeoff; communications ;have happened." ,

were lost with the 900 W. ,ADAMS 4538 SAN, JUAN ::
Mariner but thisbroughtnoimmediate The Navy kept the books open
concern due to the Mar- for 17 years before finally end-
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aircraft carrier, USS FranklinD. : Use,
> Down in Sick Bay .
Roosevelt will soon completeher .. >" 4. ''<'".'',.;''' '. M.. ,, ', ship's hospital - the
16th deployment to the Mediterranean medical
treatment was rendered
with the U. S. Sixth 1'st individuals, with complaints to 9,543

Fleet. ranging from sImpleheadaches
Present plans call for the shipto to
major surgery. The ship's four
return to Mayport sometime
doctors performed 60
later this month. This marks both surgical
operations
the second year In a row that minor. Sore major and
arms
the huge flattop has raced old aboard the vessel were aplenty
St. Nick which as hospital
to see would arrive
first in the corpsmen administered a total
ship's homeport.
of 15,000 shots and
The FDR is under the commandof I inoculations,
the Captain Charles L. In operating from the Roosevelt

Burbage who was her executive flight deck during deployment
officer in 1958. Carrier Air :- the more than 70 aircraft of

Wing 1, with Commander M. A. Attack Carrier Air Wing 1 com-

Feher at the helm, Is the em- posed five full squadrons of war-
barked air wing. t planes and two detachments of

This deployment has not beena special aircraft.

pleasure cruise for the Roose- the U. S. waters Commander M. A. Feher of
Her to
velt but like all her other crui- also return mark nearly 11 years In serving as the striking arm Otrs. "R", NAS Cecil Field, is
will
ses it has beenhighly successful. actually on station in thebluewaters SIXTH FLEET air operations of the United States forces in the the Air Wing Commander. The

of the Mediterranean.The (above) are a thing of the Southern part of Europethe FDR Wing is composed of the fol-

I r I I Roosevelt ranged the past os the attack aircraft amassed an interesting number of lowing squadrons and detach
Mediterraneanlike FRANKLIN D. statistics. Among these were ments:
entire area of the carrier USS
C.cJ.cJ.: : a giant goliath, making her ROOSEVELT (CVA-42)) (be- 38,000 miles steamed since leav- Fighter Squadron 11, the Red

presence felt by friends and possible low) steams for home. ing Mayport and over 10,000 Rippersflying the F 8E Cru-
CARTER'S CLEAN CARS foes alike. The effort hours flown by planes of Car- sader jet fighter and commanded

was a mixture of hard work, rier Air Wing 1. In doing so, by CDR William L. Mumma, of
1 Year Warranty followed by short periods of rest f the FDR l logged some 4000 7220 Handson Dr., Jacksonville
readyto os rna. arrested landings. Florida.
But always
63 OLDS. 88 SEDAN ....$1750 and relaxation.
defend a way of life we in Additionally, the ship fed its Fighter Squadron 14. the Top
Miles.
Loaded Low
52 IMPALA HARDTOP $1279 America feel is correct.In 3,700 officers and men aroundthe Hatters, equipped with the F -

4-Dr., AC.. Elec. Wind. the 172 days of the deploy- clock while operating, pre- 4B Phantom H tactical jet figh-
62 CHEVROLET. WAG. $1287 ment, the FDR spent 70 days paring meals which totaled almost -
Bel Air, Air Cond. Loaded! or 40 percent of her time two million servings. In ter with CDR Lionel E. Ames,
60 FORD STARLINER $ 625 in Mediterranean seaports- so doing, a half million poundsof Jr., of 4631 Water Oak Lane,

Auto. Trans. Best Buy. goodwill visits. The at sea meat were used, along with Jacksonville, as Commanding Of-

57 CHEV. BEL AIR ....$ 675 periods were spent on maneuvers 26,000 gallons of fresh milk, ficer.
Convert. Extra Nice. Must with the Sixth Fleet, plus opera- 3,500 lbs. of powdered milk and Attack Squadron 12, the Flying
See This. tions in conjunction with the 35,000 lbs of coffee, to name Ubangis, flying the A 4B Sky-
58 CHEV. 4DR. SED. $ 450 forces of Mediterranean NATO just a few items.In hawk single jet bomber, headed

Runs Good. nations. driving the Roosevelt 38,000 by CDR James D. Whyte of 7444
,..
64 FALCON WAGON $1675
Deluxe Model. Fully Equip. Ports of call included one miles from Mayport to Mayport Greenway Dr., Jacksonville.
Valencia 13 1/2 million of fuel Attack 172 the Blue
63 RAMBLER WAGON $1050 visit each to Spain; gallons Squadron ,
Auto. Trans. Istanbul, Turkey; Taranto, Italy; oil were consumed to operatethe Bolts, flying the A 4C Sky-

63 RAMBLER 4-DR. ... .$ 795 Marseilles, France; and two visits giant quarter of a hawk, and skippered by CDR
Sed. American 6-Cylinder. each to Barcelona Spain; million horsepower engines. Asa Kenneth A. Burrows of Qtrs.

62 RAMBLER WAGON $ 790 Naples, Italy and Palma, by product from the engine- "Q", NAS Cecil Field.
Completely> Reconditioned. Majorca. room's 12 steam boilers, 14 1/2 Light Photographic Squadron
65 ENGLISH FORD $1070 million gallons of fresh water 62 detachment, the Fightin' Pho-

Cortina. tos, using the RF 8A Crusader
63 FORD WAGON .. .$1287
photoreconnaissance jet, with
1 Owner. XX Clean!
64 VOLVO 2-DOOR .. .$1560X AT iSTlt.pnto LCDR Morris L. Hayes of 7215
Extra Nice! LinbilitYInsaranca\\ Electra Dr., Jacksonville in

64 SAAB 2-DOOR ..... .$1068 \ charge.
Well Cared For. Temporarily assigned to Car-

64 OPEL SEDAN . .$1185 rier Air Wing 1 for this deploy-
Large Series Sunroof FOR ment were Heavy Attack Squadron
64 VOLKSWAGEN 2-DR. $1275 Personnel\ 10, the Vallons,home based at the
Nice As Can Be. 1IAmtaty\ STATUS Naval Air Station, Whidbey

58 RENAULT DAUPH. $ 280 Oil MAIIITAL Island, Wash, and a detachment
AGE
Straight Shift. Sharp! Of ANKH COMPAN't' from Carrier Airborne Early
58 BORGWARD WAG. $ 295 REGARDLESS
,
Excellent Transportation! tINSURANCE Warning Squadron 12, the Eyesof
with the IntrrInturonce the Fleet of NAS Norfolk, Va.
63 RENAULT DAUPH. $ 593 \t&t ,
V M+prY oRLiobility!
CAIJSfWA
Low Mileage. ,..,tilt 'T"T I.
W MORRIS MINOR 2-D. $ 280 .u..dtin9duction N'" Co.CSpt VAH 10, flying the A 3B
Runs Good, Looks Good! Proudly' onnouncet e 7o Skywarrior twin jet bomber,
1 of the ,4 X4'S i / has CDR. Russell J. Farley of

Eag6' UNIFORM 110 Crestview Pl. Oak Harbor,
SPORTS
IN
A FOR THE MAN Wash\ as Its Commanding Of

IGNED EXCLUSIVELY POLICY ,10VIDtS% ..."14,,, ficer. In charge of VAW 12
64 CORVETTE . .$3150: THE pOLICY 'D EAGLE AUTOMOBILE omen.$10,000 and flying the twin engineE
Stingray, 4-Speed Factory Tilt AMERICAN $10,000 SOOO Pe a,,ident. 1B "Willy Fudd" early
S ..
Warranty. SOO.If. .041..01 warning plane is LCDR George
65 MG MIDGET . .$1050 looIllI.I..llobllllY...,'DoM.il ;!'" S$ 1,ODD '.'..er..on, $10,000 P tracetdant.PLUS Ormond, Jr., of 625 Minute Men

White. Very Few Miles. Mop .'e.pente ... .'n $I 0,000 per p Rd., Virginia Beach, Va.
64 CORVETTE CONV. $3250 ,..14..b....";
4-Speed. Sharp. Uninsured. "' SUCH M'
63 A V ANTI . SPECIAL n"TUUS ithNe reduceddririn9 In addition, a helicopter

Air Cond. Loaded! MANY EXTRAORDINARY ..tor.1.......Group monthtforthoteRewords "0" C1mt detachment from NAS LakehurstN.
65 MUSTANG 2+2 SPECIAL Pey..Lott monthly payMant plan in ,the!.htote en J., was attached to the ship
Special Tires. A Beauty. low Menthlr ehor9. during the cruise. This unit

62 PORSCHE SUP. CNV. $1990 intereef. .co.h..,10, 11'- of HC 2, called the Angelsand
CARRAVELLE .....'.$1198 N.' co"ce"otlo" proritlon -
U"lteil You Can rorida Financier Illlpon"biity flying till' 2A and 1TH -
Nicest One In Town! .AVMENTS
01 fquired 2B Seasprite helicopters, is
62 TR-4 .... MOtlTHLV the Stote
ROADSTER $1050 SMALL end headed Drakeof
fOil 01 Defense by LCDR Leon L.
Roll-Up Windows. by D.P..t 01 American 22 Cory Dr., Toms River,
\ Low" caving adrontog ee N. J. .
Monoy
Younelf the M.ny .,.10'".
New 66 Renaults DISCOVER for the Coup
Moiling
DEC, SPECIAL Eagle Protection by I\metica. Jaycees
Insnre..First . Open
\ .
.
.
S." .
$1398. T.Ie . INC.a r
AGENCV SYSTEM Annual Christmas
r r
r r r MERICAHr
K JACKSONVILLE'SRenault rr r
is FIRST A 518 Llttl. River StationBox U.,'

Dealer MI..I... O. Florida' WITIIOUT 33138 OBLIGATION ,.......- Concerelnyr Auto rendM Lighting ContestThis

Free r
.Pl eet. nturonceTo e Rnk r Christmas season, a; in
.blnlY the past, the Jacksonville Jayceesare
RAY CARTER AGE : sponsoring their annual

r Him* SffiSTo' ....'"'1'H.m '.. Christmas Lighting Contest.
motors r rr
They ,have invited all unit to
.. ,,1\.... ... .... decorate -
Open Sun. 1.6 := "" enter this year's contest and
luu for the holiday season.
.
.
.
4373 Philips Hwy. : .:....... . . They have also invited all officers -

rr. . and men to enter their
.
. private contest.
'.' 359-2368 homes in tjiis
All interested personnel should
: I Mile South of Philips Plaza I mail their entries to the Jack

sonville Jaycee Office,604 Hogan
Street or call 355-2638.





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Navy's Forest Management Program Cdr.Deffenbaugh



Provides! 'Do It Yourself' Forest Fires Command Of VP-18 .

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I Ii Cdr. R. M. Deffenbaugh relieved Executive Officer of Patrol
i Cdr. A. J. Carneghl as Squadron 18.ffl .
r
It. : Commanding Officer of Patrol
w
.
t. M'i i Squadron Eighteen In Change of
Command Ceremonies at Roose-
V r1 Nj velt Roads, Puerto Rico, Dec. 1.
VP 18 is home based at
j J r rt
i NAS Jax but is presently on
1 r l at deployment at Roosevelt Roads.
F
ii
i \ Capt. Harry B. Stott, Com-
i t mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven,
a ; introduced RAdm. R. S. Craig-
5 hill, Commander Caribbean Sea
Frontier and Commandant Tenth rowAwocr6t
Naval District, who was guest
I speaker for the occasion.

r'W tt q S'I I I Adm..Craighill presented Cdr.
Carneghi the Navy CommendationMedal
for exceptionallymaritorius -
achievement while servingas t .. "
9db tl CO of VP 18 during the ( "
Dominican Republic crisis from f !. / '
April 1965 to June 1965. In J.I!' fi['I iJlD[ :
his address he also highlightedVP
18's outstanding perfor- 'NOW,ft}am,WHAT IG
mance during the DomInican Cri- -rnIGX: : NEAg our yOU

sis.Cdr.. Deffenbaugh is the former -OE&1 RCVQ' N d EEv .

,


THE RESULT OF PRESCRIBED BURNING ...
I
BEFORE... AFTER

If you spot smoke arising from There are other reasons for breeding areas. Wildlife benefits
what appears to be forest fireson controlled burning Mr. Lamond for the burning program as it ,
6ND Naval activities duringthe said. First eliminates accumu-
results in food
winter months it Is usually lations of inflammable material greater productionfor
the animals and the elimin-
nothing to be alarmed about,
which result in uncontrolled
according to Mr. L. D. Lamond, can ation of dense cover for pred-
forest fires.
Secondly '
the Navy forester for the Jack- preparesthe itors.
ground for the planting of
sonville complex.The .
smoke you probably see Is pine seeds and discourages the Lamond stated that'the Navy's
coming fromprescribedburnings burning program in Jacksonvillearea f
growth of undesirable tree spe- is closely coordinated with
which are a part of the Navy's 4
Forest Management Program.Mr. cies. Controlled burning servesas other Navy activities and the
Lamond said that this a pest and disease control state of Florida forestry act-
measure by the elimination of ivities.
year's burnings at NAS Cecil
Field, Yellowater, Whitehouse, .
NAS jax, Rodman Target Area, 10
and the Fuel Depot are benefi-
cial to the Southern Pines in most
instances. Prescribed burning is I
the forester's terminology for a x j
planned and controlled fire as ROOSEVELT MALL
opposed to an uncontrolled one
which is destructive to the forest.
Mr. Lamond said that this is a
key toot to the production of qual-
ity timber; it is used only at SHOPPING CENTER
the right times and in the right "THE FRIENDLY PLACE TO SHOP"

places. But he warns that plan-
ned fires should only be done
under the supervision of a pro-

fessional forester with experi- GIFTSuggestions WOOLWORTH'SRUG

ence in woods burning.If this con- I

trolled burning is carried out For SALE!
properly It does no harm to the
pines but actually benefits them
by the destruction of undesirable "HER" : : ; 1
undergrowth which is In compe-
tition for the land area.
The ideal time for burning, i'v
according to Mr. Lamond, Is in "Royeffe" Professional 88
the winter when the trees are 16
dormant. The weather conditionsfor Beauty 'Salon Portable
the, day should be cold and
with a steady north wind ranging Hair Dryer Valued at $19.95
from 5 to 15 miles-per-hour. A
cold front should have passed Professional type hood Unusual quietness
throught the area previously and
left a little rain. If a controlledfire "Loo1/ Vanity"DeLuxe $ 88
is backed through an area of 8
10 foot pines under these con- w
ditions the damage to the timber Hair Dryer

will be negligable. Reg.
Dial from 4 heat selections
$9.88
Extra Large Bouffant Bonnet FOAM BACKED

i-mT p? Grips floor.. \ ,
Ladies and Girls $ 2 99 prevents slipping '.. jb t r

MOTORCYCLESALL
Dresser Sets G.ld

MODELSNOTHING $ 99 Wears as well os it looks! Con
DOWN .Brush Comb .Mirror Pin Box 4 tinuous nylon filament won't $
pill or fray; spot cleans easily. 47e
We Give Merchants Green Stamp. Lefty textured pile on jute back-
OPENS AM.8 P.M. Misses and Ladies Bulky Long Sleeve 5.44 Each or ing is bended to foam rubber for 24
extra resilience, no other padding
MON.- FRI. needed. Choose red, rose beige,
8A.M.-6 P.M. SAT. Cardigan ? $1 cocoa, bronze green or rich
1 P.M.-5 P.M. SUN. iA_ for 0 Spanish extra gold.savings Buy! now and enjoy

MOTORS & CYCLES Sweaters Hand Made in Italy Peg. $7.98 Roosevelt Mall Store Oily

4949 Blanding Blvd.
roan MOWS voml MWf Af WOOLWORTH'S
PH '771-8244 6. C. MURPHY CO 4<2J ROOSEVELT BLVP. I





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57 Employees At Cecil HonoredFor Wage Survey Brings I


Queries By Employees


Serving Over Five Years (Tills is the first In a ser- Q. Who runs a fu//cofe//

articles, which will wage survey?
of
Representative Charles E. Mary Boutcher, J. D. Bradford, S. T. Brown. L. E. Combs, J. ies two understand the
Bennett member of the House B. E. Brazzell, T. C. Chastain, Council, II. H. Gwaltney, N. R. help employees surveytobeheld A. A committee composed of
Armed Forces Committee was Mrs. Merie Cook, W. H. Higgins Ivey, I. Mayhew, 0. L. Merritt, full-scale area wage future.) representatives of each CO of
on hand for the presentation of R. A. Holmes, Mrs. Chr- J. W. McDaniel, J. T. Mc- within the near naval activities in the area which
service awards to 57 Civil ser- ystine Kafferlin, T. R. O'Brien, Laughlin, S. Midyette, E. W. The wages of civilian,ungraded employ civilians. In this Instance .
vice employees in the NAS Cecil J. Reason, Mrs. Oairie Spivey, Pasenen, W. M. Patterson, D. employees are based on private the committee is composed
Chapel Tuesday. E. R. St. John, and L. C. A. M. Quarterman, H. L. Richardson rates in the local area. A wage of representatives from
Four different awards were Toske received lapel emblems. V. C. Stevenson, N. Stiles, survey will soon be conducted NAS Jacksonville, NAS Cecil
given; one for 20 years of ser- Silver belt buckles for 15 yrs. L. Thomas, R. E. Tom am, J.W. covering private firms in the Field, NS Mayport, Naval Hos-
vice including both military and continuous service at Cecil Field Wheeler, J. V. Williams, and Jacksonville area. Common pital and Sup Ship Ind Man.
awarded to L. S. Baxley, B. I. Wilson. questions about wage surveysare Q. How are pay rates obtained
civilian employment,one for five, were .>! ....""""""", ; J' ",,,". ..n.."".......1:0.: .. ....' ,, t from private firms?
10 and 15 years of continuous :
service at NAS Cecil. These Q. When/ are full-scale/ wage A. Employees are selected by
awards were sponsored by the surveys held? CO's to ,serve as data collect-
NAS Cecil Field Civil Service. -J1m ors. These employees will visit
Employees Association. S- S A. Full-scale wage surveys are Jacksonville firms and obtain
These receiving lapel emblemsfor normally held every three years.In rates on jobs comparable toNavy
20 years federal service are: ., the intervening years wage jobs.Q. .
R. E. Birdsong, B. E. Bazzell, i change surveys are conducted.In .
D. Deville, E. R. Etheridge,K.L. this instance, the last full- What firms ore confocf-
Lechner, C. E. Malloy, G. G. .# scale wage survey was held three ed?
Smith, O. Spivey, J. C. Taylor, i : years ago.Check. A. All larger Industrlalfirms in
Mrs. Alma Tomlin, and C. S. :.:. J'' :1/" S Sr /r Deposit this area are contacted.Q. .
Wray.A .
lapel emblem is also given .. Is a pay raise assured
for 5 and 10 years continuous r ".i System Ready from Jax survey? '
j
service at Cecil Field. Receiv-
+ A. If the survey shows a sufficient
ing emblems for five years con- Federal employees soon may increase in private rates
tinuoj&s service are; Mrs.Louise : have their agencies credit their
since :the last wage hange survey -
Beard, L. B. Grady, Mrs. Betty w M 41 paychecks to accounts in their ;' corresponding' increase
:
Granger, Mrs. Eleanor Hese- banks, savings and loan associations will b&given Navy ungraded employees -
beck, W.'. H. Hughes, K., L. Lech F or credit unions as. the and supervisors.Q. .
ner, Mrs. Gladys Long, Mrs. result of a new law.
Catherine Moraski, C. C. Sim- -. M w Under the new automatic pay- Who decides ,whether a
pler, Mrs. Agnes Tracy, Mrs. check deposit systememployees wage. increase. is justified?
Mary Weldon. CAPT. S. D. WRIGHT presents service awards to employeesin may designate their agencies to A. The 'tjrid i'r Secretary of the
For 10 years service at Cecil deposit their paycheck each pay-
HAS Cecil Chapel.SANTA Nayy, based on technical report
Field, R. W. Blanchard, Mrs. I day.The from his Office of Industrial
program is entirely vol- Relations and' recommendationsfrom
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untary on the part of the employee the Navy Wage Committee.Q. .
and the agency. An employee If an increase is indicated / -
must request such action by when; will// if:'Become .effective
his agency in writing. Agency ?*' r''" / *
SAYS heads are empowered to put sucha A. Under the provisions of Public -
: system into effect if it is deter- L&\t 85-872. if any pay adjustments -
mined that economics would re- result from this survey -
If suit and payroll and disbursement they must be put into effect
your gift list
procedures would not be
compro- no later than the first pay per-
mised.
/ f iod beginning forty-five ((45))days
. I is long and your ed The until system the Treasury will not Department be start- after ordering Saturdays the and survey Sundays.Q. excluding -.

issues regulations for Federal
finances short, departments and agencies to fol Who determines which
low. firms will be contacted?

LET US HELP A. The local Navy committee
you WESCONNETT determines which firms will be
contacted. The list of firms is
FURNITURE Co. based on previous surveys, plus
NOWwith new firms, contacts with tile
State Employment Office,and requests -
5326 Wescoooett Blvd at 103rd from employees and em-
ployee groups.Q. .
a Complete Are all types of firms
4 ROOMS contacted?
A. No, some types of firms
CREDITUNION f New Flrlllirl are excluded: government agen
including cies, wholesale and retail outlets,
construction companies, job
"'. ReFrig & Stove shops.

K.>>. $350.00New Q. Why are constructionfirms
Adding Machines ? and job shops excluded -

$125. Below Wholesale A. Because their work is typ
LOAN! .a/so/ Typewriters ically intermittent and seasonal;
and Desks. I they do not pay fringe benefits;
Easy Credit Terms I or, in other words, conditions of
employment are not similar to
For a MERRIERCHRIS Navy'employment.-


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a

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GOyerRRleat Employees

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December 9 1965 1
JAX'' AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER. Page



I 11 YaAslcUs' Capt. Baker Announces EXCHANGE HOLIDAY HOURSFor


the convenience of holiday
At this time of the year, San- Johnny Kurth, 4 -. yr. old Hospital Holiday SchdCaptain shoppers, the NAS Jax Navy Exchange -
ta's mailbox overflows with let- son of Lcdr. & '"' ,',1 has announced special

ter from young children, stating Mrs.Ronald W. S. Baker,MC,USN, available. I would also like to hours for the Main Exchange,
their desires for that special Kttrth : Commanding Officer of the U. S. take this opportunity to wish eachof Bldg. 27.The .
day. This year the "If Ya gun that J'I' Naval Hospital, Jacksonville you a very "Merry Christ- exchange will remain open
Ask Us" reporter decided to play bullets ;: Issued the following message mas and a most happy and healthy until 8 p.m. on Thursday, Dec.
give Santa some ,help. While crazy foam, concerning patient care duringthe New Year". 9 and 16. Special hours have also
most of the children at the Navy pencil sharperoer : holiday season: been set for Saturday, Dec. 11
a camJOHNNY "During the period of Dec. 17 8f C@lel'a th and 18th, when the exchangewill '
Wives Club Nursery were con- era, a to Jan. 8 approximately 50% of be open until 2 p.m..
serative in 'their answers, one a chair, a black board, a Naval Hospital personnel may be NX patrons will also be able I
youngster got carried away bag full of play food, a Santa granted Christmas leave. This to purchase Christmas trees at I
when asked "What do you want Claus for Christmas, a sailor's hospital will continue to furnish a reasonable price. The trees -
Santa Claus to bring you for white hat, moving model cars, patient care during this holiday ScotchPineand Canadian Spruce-
Christmas?" a model ship, writing paper, season. On the other' hand you will go on sale Friday, Dec. 10
John Edwards, III, 5 yr. a new electric train set, a bag must realize that outpatient cli- at the tennis courts, corner of I
old son of Lcdr. and Mrs. full of Christmas candy,Christ nics will not be able to functionat Mustin Road and Yorktown. Gar-
John Edwards fr'-' '' mas bear, a blackboard, and their normal capabilities." i land wreaths will 'also be avail-
Jr; -, "This r. &; ; eraser, a house with windows "I feel certain you recognizethe able at this time. Hours of operation -
,'t
"
year I want, l" and furniture. importance of annual leaveat will be from 9 a.m. to
Santa to bring;: ,J' !i this time, and further feel 4:30 p.m. weekdays except
,
me a BB'gun ) certain you will cooperate with Thursday when the hours will be
a drum that I ,/ the hospital by limiting your from 9 a.m. 8 p.m. Hourson
makes lots of Caroline (Missy) Viola, 4 visits to the outpatient clinics to Saturday are 9 a.m. to 2
noise: doc- yr. old .;, conditions of '
a .;; an "emergency or A p.m.
tor's set, GI JOHN ter of daughrI' I urgent nature". i Ra"I A special gift wrapping service
Joe clothes and that's all." and Mrs. {t t'.. I "Let me assure you that should will be conducted by the Jacksonville -
Christine Donaldson 5 yr. cis. ftt, you need treatment it will be Officers Wives Club in the
old daughter of \ -fjELt "1 would be U''' [ '' 'I NEEDY FAMILIESLast 1 east end of the Cafeteria, Bldg.
and Mrs. happy if Santa 3. There will be a nominal chargefor
Robert Donald- :t'1! Claus would 'iI year NAS Jax was ableto SLEEP O.K. AT NIGHT' this service with all proceeds
son "I'd just i If ', bring me a make Christmas a little brighter AND IN THE MORNING-' going to charity. Hours of opera-
like a baby doll \ ;i ,,' walking doll, a MISSY for 60 needy families with BUT I TOSS AND TURN tion are from 9 a.m.t04:30: pm.,
and some doll talking cradle, a talking lion, ,,,304 children because of the sup- ALL AFTERNOON' 1 Mondays through Fridays, and
clothes, a doll ;, and I want four bags full of port given by base personnel. 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturdays.
house, a block candy." Personnel are again being cal-
set, and CHRISTINE led upon to help reach the goalof
especially a puppy dog." assisting as many or more NATTC :
Holly Forrest, 5 yr. old Michele Van Tassel, 3 yr. families than last year. Goods \"
daughter of ... .. old daughter of t such as food, clothing, toys,
Chief and Mrs. I GySgt. and \i' furniture or any item are needed. Behind The Scene
''it
"
Jerome Forest Mrs. William t ,Jtt' I, The Military Personnel Office,
"Wants Van Tassel 1 *;/11 Bldg. 955, designated as coor-
:banta:> Claus to "Please ask ;\1." : r dinator of this drivetrequests by Angus Thompson, J03
bring her a t Santa Claus to 'x '" all personnel to look around their

baby doll, a f"' bring me a dolly 4t. : t' .:. home for any' item that is of Constatine J. Duliakas, one of The Naval Air Technical
Mary Poppinsdoll a Santa no further use to them. Items the most outstanding students to Training Center's highly com-
and some HOLLYdoll Claus, a book MICHELE such as furniture can be swapped ever graduate from NATTC'S petitive Intramural Basketball
clothes, but not for Mary candy, and a baby brother 'causeI with other organizations for Aviation Electrician's Mate season will begin next month.,
Poppins as she comes with have five sisters and one brotherbut goods needed.All Class "B" School received a let- At the close of the 1966 seasonin
clothes." they're older than me. clothing and toys receivedare ter of commendation from March individual trophies will
repaired, mended, washed Captain Thomas B. Ellison in be awarded to the first, second,
ironed, as necessary to recon- ceremonies Friday.In and third place teams. ,
NARTU dition them, by various depart- his letter Captain Ellison NATTC'S Special Service
I ments on the station. said "Duliakas achievement is Officer, LTJG R. W. Lang,
Families to receive assistanceare a reflection of his sincere desire has requested that all teams
News & ViewsThe carefully checked to insure for educational improvement, interested in participating In the
that the need exists and they are dedication to duty and con- Intramural Basketball Programto

Naval Air Reserve Train- ly by a local newspaper and not being helped by other organi- scientious application, His efforts turn their team roster Into the
ing Unit or NARTU <,s the homeof from this the donations steemed. zations. have been noteworthy in office by 4 p.m. tomorrow.
the Florida and South Georgia Anyone having items they wishto keeping with the highest tradi- The Naval Air Technical
"Weekend Warriors". These sees.Antisubmarine. donate are asked tobring themto tions of the Navy." Training Center's Orchestra has
the modern Bdg. 955, or to Call Chief Dullakas, AE1, entered the
reservists are
selected
from its
version of yesterday's colo- Squadron 741 Smith, Ext. 696, If you desire school in May and completed the broyic come a long way of three a month em- .
recently welcomed a new CO in someone to come to your home 27 week course as "Honor man"of stage
nial minute men. blossom almost into full
in April CDR R. E. Roebuck of Bruns- for these items. Donations should his class with an 87.10 aver- ago to "
organized
Orginally maturity with 54 members today.
wick Ga. This had be made prior to Dec.22.
Field.NARTU squadron a age.
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1946, atNAS As a matter of fact NATTC
lax moved to its present location double cause for celebration as Sailors, Marines and Waveshave
aboard NAS Sax in Septemberof its XO, W. F. Burgess, Jr., responded so enthusiasticallythat

the same year. became full commander. I New Books at Library I orchestra conductor AOC

The unit is presently composedof . Joseph Segar, is looking aheadto
eighteen squadrons and units. By Sharon Arnold, Librarian the day when the training
The squadrons missions are This past] week the unit's "Fly center will have a concert orchestra -
anti submarine, patrol, attack, Navy Officer Procurement Team Military personnel and their operate as part-time U.S.agents, marching and dance
and transport while the units are visited the University of Miami dependents have access to four and in the critical months sur- band.A .
weapons | training and Intel- providing information on officer Navy libraries in the Jackson- rounding the succession of a spokesman for the orchestrasaid
ligence. programs offered to college stud- ville area. NAS Cecil Field has young prince to the Sarkhanese after the organizational
NARTU Sax displayed its ents by the Naval Air Reserve. one library. NAS Jacksonvillehas throne they learn the true natureof meeting Tuesday afternoon in
readiness when reserve personnel This week the team is visiting three libraries to serve you, the Communist threat. An explosive King Hall that there is still
were called to active duty Florida A&M and Florida State NAS Library, NATTC Libraryand novel of Communist room for anyone who can playa
during, the, Berlin Crisis and the University at Tallahassee. a Library located at the threats and Washington politics. musical instrument.WN1DA .
Korean Conflict. More recentlyin Naval Hospital. These librariesadd
. .
the Cuban crisis,
response to a variety of new and interesting -
NARTU reservists flew missionsin NARTU Jax enlisted its first books to their shelves
support of the regular forces man under the new Navy en- weekly. We hope you will visit 1 ;
during their normal training listed service number change the library nearest you often. ti
drills. December 4.Frederick.
NARTU is also the center for 15 to 600
enlisted and officer -
recruiting both M. Karnes, 19, was THE PEACEMAKERS: TheGreat
candidates of the Naval sworn into the Naval Air Reserveby Powers and American Independence ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE

:Aviation field. The Procure- LCDR A. E. Henke, NARTU by Richard B. Morris. The Cash for any purpose; Just phone and tell us
ment team visits college Recruiting Officer, with the number Peace of Paris in 1783 was
how much Pick the cash
throughout Florida and you wont. up at your
'campuses B38 14 34. hailed by John Adams as "one of
,South Georgia in search for the most important political convenience. Same-day service.
furture ,Naval ,Aviation Officers. The Navy's 7 digit service events that ever happened on this
24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN
. ,. number was established in 1918 globe." The fascinating story of
although numbers have been assigned how Franklin Jay, and John You Get Mo. Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt.
first
NARTU Jax provided the to Navy men and women Adams confronted the seasoned
leg of the journey for, an ice since 1885. diplomats i:; of Europe, countered $355.79
84.33 5.00
machine destined for Viet Nam, their devious stratagems and S S S 21.00
December 7. Over the years all possible brilliantly negotiated the Peace of 151.80 9.00 27.51 25.00
In addition to the ice machine number combinations have been Paris, which ended the Revol- 219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00
given by Dixie York Inc. of used, almost nine million. utionary War.SARKHAN 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39DIALT
Jacksonville, a bin for the pres-
ervation of the ice has been donated The new service number Is include interest.
by the Junior Chamber of composed of seven characters payments

Commerce in Jacksonville.These beginning with a letter of the by William Lederer &

items were transported to alphabet.All Eugene Burdick. The authors of c '
NAS Alameda in California. letters of the alphabet will THE UGLY AMERICAN tell a-
These donations were memberof prompted not be used because of possible nother story of Southeast Asia. 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735
by a letter from Police a Bat- confusion with like letters. An ex-Navy Officer, now a trader 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895
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toric city, celebrating its 400th anniversary; this year. Members at the club. Pal Day is sponsored each year on behalf/ of the United Services Organization
of the armed forces and their; families were guests of (USO) and the St. Augustine Chamber of Commerce. Well// over 70,000 servicemen and their
the 'ancient city' during the annual (usa Pal Day celebration. families took advantage of the day to learn more about the history/ of their country.
Other famous landmarks in the city such as the Castillo de

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and family. You avoid big January billsand A FAMILIAR SITE' to visitors at St. Augustine is the horse-drawn carriages which take
repay in convenient amounts. For every sea- tours of the cffy s famous landmarks. Special rates were in effect Pal Day for servicemen
wishing to take a leisurely tour of the ancient modern .
city. For those in a hurry or with more
sonal need, borrow with confidence from the tastes, free transportation/ was available/ / on the trailer trains which offered a similiar
oldest, most trusted company of its kind- tour as well as the city's bus line. Of course there were those who did their sightseeing
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St. Augustine; for the "Fountain of Youth". One such spring, whose waters are said to have
w the powers of youth, draws many visitors to sample its waters. There are also several' old
a burial grounds located near the spring, and movies on the founding of the New World are
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spent Old Jail"part at St. Augustine. we'd rather see you in person. We make more friends.

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visitors during the annual
Pal Day celebration I n the
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Jax Officers Wives Club LA/FRA To BBBBBBBBBHBBBOI Women's Side r' .

Have PartyMembers
Makes Plans For Christmas

and guests of Unit Of the Story .
126, Ladles Auxiliary Fleet Reserve -
Association will combine
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Shirt Conoughton
By
the regular monthly business
A. i Ni F144 A ,S R RY Rr'
meeting with their annual Christ-

mas Party tonight at the FRA Toys For Children
Hall, 7673 Blanding Blvd.
The meeting will begin at 8 -
p.m. to be followed by the party. Grown ups often have the impression a four-year-old girl, but you
The social hour will consist of that children play in cannot bestow upon her the abil-
an exchange of gifts and refresh- order to pass the time pleas- ity to fasten the tiny buttons.
ments. antly while they wait to grow up. Kids grow at their own rate and
Canned goods will be collected Actually, play is a serious bus- there is nothing you can do to
,4:;; F tonight for Christmas baskets iness for children and is nec- accelerate this growth. However,
T prepared for the needy. Mrs. essary for their growth and de- we must not forget that challengeis
Evelyn Ransom is in charge of velopment. good but it should not turn intoa
this project and encourages Many parents conclude that frustrating experience. This is
members to bring an extra can children ought to have educationaltoys the point where the child will play
of something and make Christmas but they also feel that with the boxes instead of the toy
nicer for someone. giving a child this kind of toy itself.It .
The family Christmas Party of at Christmas is like giving spin- is best to begin by asking
Branch and Unit 126 will be held ich for dessert. On the other yourself this Question, "Have I
in the FRA Hall on Sunday, Dec. hand a toy can teach the child ever seen my child, or any other
19. There will be a party for coordination, the value of his own child near his age, exercise the
the children in the afternoon witha company when he plays alone,and particular skill this toy requires -
covered dish supper for the the give and take in a relation- ?" Be observant of the
whole family that evening. ship with others. Sodon'tunder- interests and abilities of your
Parents are urged to bring estimate the importance of the child .and other children in approximately -
their children to the Fleet Reserve toys you buy for your child. ttie same age group.
Hall no later than 3 p.m. The biggest mistake that we are Remember kids are not spect-
F. where they will enjoy a well- all apt to make Is getting toys ators and must have lots of opp-
supervised program of refresh- that are too advanced for our ortunity for participation. Their
ments and entertainment, cli- children. The skills which are attention span is short and their
.. < .. maxed by the arrival of Santa necessary for the use of the toy interests must be aroused. So
,v,;" "'..f, I Claus Parents should provide must be well within the range of with all the fancy new toys Santa
a + y "1;" :Hii' \1' iyi each of their children with a giftto capabilities of the child, as they has a big job trying to meet the

'':' ,.... ___ _>< __' >L,_,_ :..: __ _, ,_ be presented to the child by are now, or as they will be in requirements of each householdbut
Santa Claus '. The gift should the near future. You can give a we think this Is still the best
'TIS THE SEASON. .Mrs. T. W. Williams// displays various have the child's name on it and doll with anelaborate wardrobe to season of.them all.S. .
decorations for the holiday season viewed by the Jacksonville / not cost more than $2.00.At .

Officers W/ves/ Club during their/ December Brunch. per will 5 p.m.be,,a held covered for the dish entire sup- Notes of Interest I

The theme of the luncheon, hosted ,by FICEUR and VYt-4 family. The Branch and Unit
wives/ was "Recipes for Christmas Arrangements". Mrs. Wil- will provide the meat, rolls, coffee HAS Cecil Field D. Wright and Capt. & Mrs.J. .

gave a talk and demonstration; on decoration ideas for the tea, and dessen with families Cecil Field Officers Wives S. Christenson.

home. asked to bring either: vege- Club will hold their annual HAS Jacksonville
tables, salad, or both. Christmas pany December 11,at
The Jacksonville Officers L. F. Cooney, 388 4207, and One more turkey shoot is the Officers Recreational Facil The Outpatient Department
Wives' Club will sponsor a Welcome Mrs. T. B. Ellison ext. 442. slated this year for Dec. 18th. ity. H'orduerves and punch personel, wives, husbands, and
The Unit will provide the refreshments all volunteers
Home Christmas Dance for are planning a
will be served and a steak dinner *
College Students, Sunday, Dec- for a small donation. will be available for those Christmas party December 17that
ember 19, 7:30 at the 19th Hole. Come' out and win* a turkey for. wishing to stay for dinner. Mrs.R. the Gator Den at the Naval
Music will be by the Hi Fives. your family. C. Frosio is the chairman for Air Station Jacksonville. The
$1 stag and $1.75 drag. chair The J. O. W. C. will sponsora the party. overall chairman is Ens. G. F.
men for this dance are Mrs.S. Teen Party December 20th Renfroe. Decorations will be
H. Wright ext. 430, Mrs.J. 7:30 p.m. at the 19th Hole.Dress CPO ClubThe VFP-62 Thursday December handled by Mrs. W. F. Hanilton,
W. Sullivan ext. 8588 Mrs. will be semi formal. 2nd the officers wives of the Mrs. O. W. Kelly, and Mrs. G.
fighting Photo squadron attendeda F. Renfroe.
NAS Jacksonville CPO luncheon at the Embers rest-
Club will welcome the arrivalof aurant. Mrs. Jack Mudrock was There's no experience less rewarding -
1966 in traditional style at a the hostess for the event.
gala pany to be held New Year's Than saying thanks to a voice
CHIEF SAYS Eve.The December 9th the officers and recording.
THE OLD
: party, which will begin at wives of VFP-62 will attend a SUZANNE DOUGLAS, Good
9 p.m., will be held in the Club's Christmas formal dinner at the Housekeeping.
temporary facilities in Building Green Derby. At thattime Fare-
?i .. 593 in the NATTC area. wells will be extended to Lt. &
On liberty Tickets will go on sale Dec- Mrs. D. M. Bronk and Lt. &
ember 16th on a first come, Mrs. J. A. Frost. The pany
d first serve basis in'the CPO committee for the formal is Cdr.
don't forget Club office. Only.180 persons can Chuck Larry, Lcdr. J. W. Hood,
lM be accommodated in the Club for Lt. D. M. Bronk and Lt. K. W. -r
the party. Consequently, reserved Nuechterlein.VA 0 1
yer pass tables and seats will be '
given out at the time of the ticket 45 Mrs. Charles M. Lake DRIVER5-
and purchase. entertained the officers wives of
t Those who attend the CPO VA-45 in her Orange Park home
Club party will be treated to the with,a Christmas Brunch. The You can insure.your car witha
yer music of Phil Cay, New Year's event took place Thursday De- company that meets the
Eve favors, and'a New Year'smorning cember second at eleven in the

\ w creditide"tificafion breakfast. The purchaseof morning. state DO.D.. DIRECTIVE. and in these your
a ticket for couple or a single Saturday December 4th Cap- you get
S ticket will additionally supplythe tain and Mrs. Edward M. Porter BIG advantages: :
f party goers with a bottleof Jr. entertained the officers and
; "refreshments" and unlimitedset wives of VA-45. Farewells were COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE
/ ups. Tickets will be $15. extended to Cdr. & Mrs. Jesse COVERAGE
I cardThat per couple or $10.00 individually. E. McKnight, and Lt. & Mrs. .
Norton England. Guests for the
evening event were Capt. & Mrs. IMMEDIATE PROTECTION

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Thursday is
game night starting
NATTC
Saturday. King with Johnnie Jelinek at 8 will have
p.m. Friday
feature times, 2 p.m. .
Saturdays and Tuesday night is "Cousin Wilbur" to entertain. Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
hospital on will have of dish night featuring a Monday, Tuesday,Wednesday and 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville Florida 32208, to arrive not

on Sunday at 7 p. lands.gourmet Wednesday treats from is Friday are "happy hour" nights. later than Tuesday 'for publication the 'following Thursday.
CECIL FIELD CPO CLUB Ads arriving too late 'for this deadline
Cecil Field will Chicken night for the whole will be published the
during the week, at Friday music I s by Bud Clark, following week unless the publisher Is instructed otherwise.

p.m. Matinees will CLUB Danclngthis Fri- you can get a lobster dinner for A check or money order 'for the 'full cost of the ad must be
weekends at2 ., night will be to the music $2.25 or a 16 oz.T-bone for$1.75. received WITH the copy for the ad.
ing show at 7 p.m. Castle with the Sophlstl- Saturday features aCrabAuGratin DO NOT SEND CASH :

These times are on Saturday. Happy Hour for a $1.25 music is RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .$2.00
change. Monday, Tuesday, and by Mark Castle. Sunday features Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.50
from 5-6 Roast Chicken for a $1.00or
p.m. Light
Thursday, 10 oz. T-bone for$1.25. Mon-
are served on a daily
NAS Guns of as well as a dinner ser- day the package store and galleyare GETTING FOR
DISCHARGED? SALE: FORD TRAVEL
closed, but the bar is
R. open.
Hawkins, in the evening.
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NATTC Sons of DUCEY CLUB March Wednesday night is game time a YOUR OPPORTUNITYAre
7:45 p.m., dinner will feature (not a trailer) completelyself
a
John Wayne, Dean and the Redcoats will
pro- Shrimp dinner for a $1.00. you Interested In a car- contained. Flp/up screndin -
Hospital Hush the dancing music on Friday eer in a technical field involving top, A/C, port patio, equip,
Charlotte Bette The Holidays on Saturday. electro mechanical and elect- store cabinets, runn/water.
deHavillandC. John' Arnold 4"will provide IJI'1a'II11J'ENE! ; ronics units? Many other xtras. 20 mi per
Field Curse music. Game night is
Has your education given you a gal. nearly one yr remin on new
Doo Bryant Sunday and Tuesday. 8E6Ti' cETo1.OOD good solid background in mech- car warranty. $2995. will con- "1
Price INN March anical, electrical, and electronic sider trade on light car. Capt.B. .
and the Redcoats will be theory? H. Troemel NAS, Ext. 552-
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club tonight with Carl Would you find satisfaction 554 or call 2646759.
NAS Taboos of and the Rhythm Kings taking OF ARM.sj doing work and representing IBM
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Color Documentary the spotlight on Friday and In customers' offices? SEWING AUTOMATIC CONSOLE
NATTC Guns Sunday's entertain- If you can answer "Yes" to MODEL Zig Zag Sewing mach-
Jack Hawkins, R. will be provided by Cousin these questions, your career opportunity ine, bal. $61, or assume $8
Hospital Sons of may be. .' IBM mon payments, call 353-1946
John Wayne, Dean -. NOTES 318 North Ocean-
customer engineering.FOR anytime, will deliver. No ob-
C. Field Fall of events at the USO this ligation.

Empire Sophia include the party for Dec- INTERVIEW CONTACT:
Boyd Birthdays this Friday, FOR SALE: PLEASURE HORSE,
Music on the House on Sat- W. E. QUINN child's pet for six years, no
Saturday, Vespers and refresh- IBM CORPORATION bad habits, will keep until Christ
NAS Looking this Sunday will be served 1107 MYRA STREETJACKSONVILLE mas. Must find good home, no
Connie Stevens,'Jim South Jacksonville Pres- ; FLORIDA dealers; 264-6884
NATTC- Taboos Monday will be Blind 16Mk PHONE: 355-3651
2BR APARTMENTS: Orange
Color Documentary Night. 4 Park, very nice, furn or un-
Hospital Guns Hutton"O furn. 264-6884
Jack Hawkins, R. IBM is an equal opportunity
C. Field Hush, employer.FOR 1962 VALIANT SIGNET: 225
Charlotte Bette engine, A/T, R&H, buckets, orig
deHavilland DEY' owner, Immac, second car, best
offer. 264-2215 eves.
Sunday RENT: HYDE PARK AREA,
furn, clean 2 BR home, elec
NAS Truth & PACKAGE STORE! kit, water furn, fnced back yd. 'cUSTOM '
Hayley Mills, John 1417 Manotak, 389-4035$85mon. BUILT FHA or VA
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Connie Stevens, Jim GO DISCOTHEQUE! SCHOOLS 3BR &4BR HOMES
HospitalTaboos Bit-In Kits. Panel Dens w/fire-
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C. Field Sons of UNTIL 2 AM CHOICE 2, 3, 4 BR homes, $100 24500. Dwn pmts $100 thru
dwn, no clos costs. Fast Movein. $1900 incl.
John Wayne, Dean closing costs. Vir-
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Poge 12 JAX AIR NEm/AFTrRBURNER scam er ,

end contest sponsored by a local
'- Yr he envisioned himself
company
I i L7 geuiiy gliding down a snowy hill
8 JAX J MARINES with A brisk wind pushing him
toward a luxurious resort lodge.
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. Chaplin won the weekly prize,
GySgt..Joel I Ferguson but found that the snow he was
.
.
,
ia I-\T.I()f) 'J dreaming of turned out to be
ar in the form of bleach, accompanied -
MH by other household items suchas
STAFF BOARD at the local Naval Hospital Dec. starch, laundry rinse and
19 and a Christmas Social on pink lotion dish detergent.
About 3,700 Marine sergeants Dec. 20. At the meeting last Sgt. Chaplin plans to use
will be on the receiving end for Monday refreshments were the bleach and starch doing his
an early Christmas this year. served by Jane I Holt and Dot Lynn. weekly wash, but as a barracks
A Headquarters Marine Corps bachelor, he Is at a loss to
board to select new staff ser- EDUCATION REPORTThe find a practical way to use the
geants, in session since October tollowing Marines have pink lotion detergent.
IBey" 15, is scheduled to report advanced their professional TRANSFERSGySgt.
d before the holidays qualifications by completing
Headquarters also announced courses or passing tests as indicated E. D. Crowder, Guard
that 2,00 of the staff sergeant : Chief at Marine Barracks, Cecil
r'( selectees would be promoted on SSgt. C. J. Lindsey completedthe Field, is on orders to reportto
/ January 1, 1966, with pay and MCI Course, Tactics of The the Commanding General
allowances accruing from that Marine Rifle Platoon. Pfc. M. L. Fleet Marine Forces, Western
UR PATIO date. Dates of rank will vary. Morse passed the high school Pacific. MSgt.Arthur A.Thompson
The first 500 in precedence will level GED test. Aviation Electrician "B"

have October 1,1965 as date of ,M _-
rank; the next 500 will have November
CL CL D K B BR3 1, 1965; the next 500 1 A
December 1, 1965, and the remaining # r
500; January 1, 1966.
TCL r? ;
,. The remaining selectees will
CP be promoted as vacancies occur.
BRI I BR 2
ll CIVIC ACTION/

One family's contribution of
$10,000 to CARE for the Marine .M 4
Corps Reserve Civic Action Fund ,
for Vietnam has established an t< i
early target for individual dona-
1
Model B-4 tions to this recently announced
For those who like to get away from it all, this model boasts Corps wide program. This
of' a separated master bedroom, double closets and its own sum and an additional $5,000
both. Two more bedrooms, another bath and you have a from an international corporationhave
distinctly different home. been credited to Company"C"
4th Amphibian Tractor Bat-
talion, USMCR, in West Palm
Beach, Florida.
These generous expressions of

:&ELL.A.IR:: : ,. support for the Marine Corps .
Civic Action program in Viet- __(1"' =
:HOME: : BUILDERS: IISTC.: nam easily put the Amtrac Co.
ahead of all other Organized BELIEVE/ IT OR HOT GySgt. Alfred W. Ripley, 22-year
You are cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience Marine Reserve units throughout Marine Corps veteran of World/ War /II/ and the Korean conflict,
10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blending Boulevard (Hwy. #21))
the country. The volumeof receives his fifth honorable Marine Corps discharge last

donations being received has Tuesday from Mo// Harold E. Lewis, Aviation Detachment
made it impracticable to main- Executive Officer. CySgt. Ripley, an instructor at the Marine
.' Mil'.t. *' tain central records of contribu- Mechanical/ and Fundamentals/ school here, reenlisted for
; tions by units, but these large
.". .. and significant sums were easily four more years immediately after receiving hes discharge.
i OO+ad -:; identified.The .
.. )C tfflWJ new Marine Reserve Civic NAVAL ACADEMYSons
tttltIr Action Fund, established with
CARE as an effective, govern- of regular Marine Corps School instructor, leaves tomor-
ment approved agency which officers and enlisted men have row for the 3rd Marine Air Wing,
has been operating in Vietnam been invited to apply for Presidential El Toro, Calif., after a three -
Join America's most popular club since 1954, has already received nominations to attend the year tour here. Completing an-
." wide support across the nation. Naval Academy. The Secretaryof other three year tour here,
Individuals, civic groups, university the Navy, acting for the President Pvt. Andrew A. Haber, of the
organizations and responsible is authorized each year to Aviation Det. Supply branch, left
j officials have quickly appoint 75 sons of regular mem- last week for his new duty station -
1 responded to this opportunity to bers of the armed services to. at MCAS,Cherry Point,N.C.
support U. S. Forces in Viet- the U. S. Naval Academy at Anna- BLOOD PROGRAM
Nam. polis, Md.Marine.
Company "C", 4th Amtrac Aviation Detachment Marines the world over have
$1sr. Battalion, is commanded by personnel interested in this pro- been asked by the President and
.. Major R. W. Rust, USMCR. Inspector gram should contact GySgt. JoelS. Secretary of Defense to takean
Instructor of the unit Ferguson, Career Advisory active part in the volunteer
is Major F. C. Chace. NCO, ext. 400, for further details blood donor programs at their
4.. and consultation in preparing ap- Red Cross blood centers and
(a1jhriztma&(1Juh WIVES/ CLUB plications. community blood banks.

The Marine Wives Club met SNOW JOB "One of the essential elements
for a regular business meeting availability of whole blood or
Monday night and made plans When Sgt. Eddie J. Chaplin blood derivatives in adequate
for future activities. The club M. A. D. personnel: office, sub- amounts throughout the nation,
( calendar includes a Ward Party mitted his entry to a ski weekSERGEANTS said the President recently.The .
Secretary of Defense
________.___._u._.__ commenting on the notable recordof
It's the smart way to prepay holiday expenses.All blood contributions by mem-
you do is open a Christmas Club account bers of the Armed Forces,added
for an amount you can most easily afford. that these efforts must be "con-
tinually emphasized and revita-
Then you save that amount each week lized" to
meet ever increasing -
and, when the club pays off next November, i need.

you receive your Christmas Club check.
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the Marine
Training Detachment listen
Phono Extensions 8272 or 8273 L. E. Lovette, their CO, reads their warrants promoting as LtCol.themto Battalion, Twelfth Marine
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Cecil and NAS Memphis The first on the list of six
split the lion's share of the Sixth district level Aug. 22 to Aug. 26.
Naval District Tournament sites ball. In, April sports district is Basket-volley- There will be no district com- NAS Jax Rolls Into LeadIn
petition this for
for 1966 athletic activities. ball play will be at NAS Cecil year boxing,judo,
wrestling, track and field,
from the 5th to the 8th.
Cecil was the only east coast is scheduled for April Bowling 26th women's and men's senior tennis Fla.-Ga. Northern LoopJax
southern member of the districtto through the 29th in and swimming. Sites for theEast
Memphis; Coast swimming and wrestlingwill Friday and Saturday night as the
of
secure any the six qualifying averages for men will Navy VarsLy; Basketballteam
tournaments. The Naval Air be 180 and for women the mini- be determined at a later is on the road Friday and team is losing Bob Parker and
Station will host the Volleyball mum will be 140. date. East Coast boxing quali- Saturday night at the Robins AFBin John Prince for these two games.
fying rounds will be fought at They should both be back for the
Tournament in April and has added NAS Pensacola will host the Macon, Georgia.
the basketball activities slat- Men's Open Tennis Tournament NAB Little Creek on March 14th The Jax Navy team with a 5 next games against Hunter AFB,
ed for Feb. 8th through the 11th. from July 12th to the 15th. through the 16th; individuals will and 1 record in three weekendsof a week from Friday.
be sent to these Jim Robinson, PFC, from
tournaments by
The tournament sites were deter- This year's golf competionwill play has gained several
mined last week at the 6ND be from Aug. 1st to the 5th command nominations.Judo notches over other teams in the NATTC led the team as top scorer
and Track and Field will with 14 and 22 points ,respectively -
Northern Conference the
Special Services meeting at NAS at Memphis. Softball will be with
be held only on the Interservicelevel. exception of Hunter AFB, who in last weekend's games. Lou
Jax. played at NS Charleston from
.
Rada ATR3 of VP
also carries a 5 and 1 record 30 was
second Friday night with 12 points
will be shooting for two more
1966 SERVICE TOURNAMENTSEVENT wins against a much taller team. and Fred Kloman, UN of the
I Fred Kloman will be the tallest Hospital had 20 last Saturday

man in the starting lineup- night.
Also missing from the two
DISTRICTNAS REGIONALNS ALL NAVYNS INTERSERVICENS games will be Ltjg( ) Jim Taylor,

VP 16, the coach of the Jax
Navy Team, who has been doingan
Basket Cecil Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk outstanding job of coaching '
ball Field 8- 15 -19 22 26
8-I1 March and playing at the same time.
11- Feb. Feb. Feb. His place will be taken by NAS

Athletic Director, Frank McCaf-
Boxing None None NAB Little NAB Little

Creek 21- Creek March frey.The Jax Navy team won two
23 March 29 April 1 from Moody AFB last week -

end by a score of 72 62 Fri-
Judo None None None Carswell, AFB day night and 79 74 in a real

1215 April tight game Saturday night.


Volley NAS Cecil NAS Corpus NAB MCS Quanti-
ball Field 5 '-8 Christi! 12- Coronado co 26 29 Turkey ShootAt

April '; 15 April 19 22 April AprilFt.
', o Y NAS CecilThe

Wrestl- None None None Riley, Kan.
ling 3-6May NAS Cecil Field Rod
and Gun 'Club will sponsora

Bowling NAS Memphis NAS Memphis NTC SanDiego NoneFt. turkey,Shoot on Dec. 17th
from noon until dark in the

26 29 3-6 10-13 4 Athletic field on the east side
AprilNone May May of "D" Ave.
Cost of the shoot is 75

Track & None None Eustis, Va cents per round with the Rod
Field 15-17 June and Gun furnishing the guns;
BOARD PLAY was a major the contests must buy their

Tennis NAS Pens- NS San NAS Alameda .None factor In NAS Jax's 'weekend the contestants must buy
wins Moody Air their own shells.
.
(Men- acola Juan 2629July over
open) 12-15 19 22 Force Base.
July July

Tennis None None NAS Alemeda None
(Women 26 29
Semiors) July

Golf NAS NAS Oceana NAS Pax Rher Lackland i ,
(men Memphis. 8 -12 Aug. 15 19 AFB 25.28
Open 1-5 Aug. Aug. Aug.

Golf None None NAS Pax None :
(Women River
Seniors:;) 14 19 Aug.


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Softball NAS NAB Lit- NS Long None.
Charleston tle Creek Beach
2226 29 Aug. 5-9
Aug. 2 Sept. Sept.

Swimming None None None None




Raider's Richerson Still LookingFor t _




Winning Combo At Cecillando .


After another weekend of 50- it may be even worse in the Friday win though. Jim
50 basketball NAS Cecil coach this weekend when first place Marshall continued to play good
0. G. Richerson:; is still looking Patrick Air Force Base rollsIn steady ball for the Raiders as he ly
i for the winning combinationto \ for a pair for games. Be- led the team scoring with 24 There'll be no blizzard of bills to contend with next
boost the Raiders higher in sides Coehins, Richerson said points. Richerson was pleasedby January if you join Christmas Club now. Experiencethe
.
Southern Fla.-Ga. Conference that Jim Louden and newcomer the forward's performance.Big delights (and savings) of cash-in-hand Christmas
standings. Rick Rhome will be lost due to Floyd Catlett began to make
foot- shopping with no worries about where the money will
Last::. weekend the Raiders split carrier quals. the transition from playing
from. account I
for 108- basketball and came into come Open your todaylFor
ball
two game: at home with Orlando The Raiders came a to
Air Force Base., Cecil won the 94 win last Wednesday over the his own at the center post to
Friday night opener 8J: 75 Jacksonville:; Phantoms for the dump in 21 points in the win. that holiday trip carry
and then lost Saturday night's weekend affair with Orlando. Saturday the whole complexion AMERICAN EXPRESS h
contest 80 7'J) in the final Richerson said that Wednesday cf the game changed in the closing '
four seconds: of a hb.lTnburncr.tThe : win was the best all around the minutes as Orlando pulledout TRAVELERS CHEQUES. 1
team played Saturday'-- team effort of the year by the

game without the services of Raiders.But deflict They're safer than cash; you get a prompt refund if
from a 14 point to
\William ReeveWalt Cochin;: all changed Friday night. they're lost or stolen-and they are spendable every-
the
close the and pull out one
Jnd and The Raiders got their win by a gap
Jerry Campbell; Reeve where. Cost dollar.
: only a
margin point 8 0 79 win. Richersonsaid penny per
Coehiiia had been regular starter convincing eight point
; for the Raiders. Reeves Injured but the Cecil mentor was that the Orlando team wada : WESTSIDE: I8az/c .
his arm in intramural play displeased with the game. "Even
and Cochins b permanently lost though we won we played sloppy completely different one Satur
for the season because of rran. ball," Richerson said. "We looked day. "We played a team that had
ragged, especially on de- the will to win. 1 give Orlandoall 4328 BLANDING BLVD. At Harlow Blvd.
fer.But
If the Naders were under fen.-e.: the credit In the world for OPEN Fri. until 8 P.M. Member F.D.I.C.16ND .
manned last weekend again,.t tOr- There was some bright ,spots doing a beautiful job."

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Jacksonville Rocekts,still A possibility to rejoin the Roc
wheeling and dealing for players, kets is ChrisBeatle( ) Finnerty,
have three games on the Eastern who played in the first nine
Hockey League menu this week. games. He's still in town.
Coach Pat Egan's charges then The Rockets put on an ex-
hit the road for games at Nash citing evening last Friday and
ville tonight and Charlotte Friday the results were 6-5 sudden-
IhYh 1 4 tqj The Rockets will return death overtime victory over
+ *
JkflP Saturday for an engagement with Charlotte., The victory snapped

Nashville.8:00. All games start at an 11 game losing streak.

The Rockets who have used
28 players, to date, have droppedone
___ '.' _mm._______ below the 13 player limit.In NASJax
THE MARINE BARRACKS at HAS Cecil// Field the latest move, waivers were

regained the Intramural football/ title It lost asked on Billy Reid, who saw IM ScoresHANDBALL

last year In grand style as the Leathernecks action in eight games.

completed/ an undefeated season with/ / 12 wins. Bob O'Learyconfinedtoahos-
pital! bed for four weeks with an
Marines Regain, Members of the team are: (front row, left to infectuous lung disease, was released -

right) Floyd Catlett Dennis Stone, Jerry Manns from the hospital Monday.
Gene Rivera, Burp Crawford, Marty MartInez Egan said O'Leary probably was FICEUR, 2 VP -16, 3
John Corslc/ Peppy Perez, Nelson Mea through for the season. FICEUR, 3 VP 16,2

Cecil Crown chum, Barry Lowe, and AI Blackman; (back Jack Kline Is still nursing a FICEUR FICEUR, 4 5 VW Marines- 4,0, 1
,
row, left to right) George Deloney, John Ew- leg injury and probably will be FICEUR, 4 ConfairJax .
nanks John Walls Charlie Gresham Rob Ro idled a little longer.
VAR. 62.-2 VP Hi, 3
,._' bertson,. Jim Ferguson, Buzzy Hauck, John kets Deals asking last week waivers found on the goalie Roc- VAP-62,2VP-16,3'. :
Peck and Arnett.
Bobby
Gordon Dibley, buying Bobby

I -NAS Cecil Golf News- Boucher losing Murray from Wilkie Greensboro, who was and BASKETBALL

recalled by New Jersey. VP 16, 63 Weapons,,61
;
VAP 62, 72' FltWeaFac, '52
Finnerty Wins MSgt Steve Burek VW 4, 56 ComFair lax, 43
8 P FAW -11, 39 Supply, 30

MGA Blind Bogie Hospital, 100 CommOffMess
1965 Golf ChampionMarine 679th, 84 Dispensary, 33 '
FICEUR, 45 VP 5, 34 ,
Tom Finnerty of VA-44 at NAS 1. When the American Lea- r'
Cecil Field won the blind bogiein gue opened the 1965 baseball FAETU', 51 Weapons, 18
Master Sergeant Steve Keese, runner up J. W. FltWeaFac, 55 CommOffMess.26
that Naval Air Station's Men's season, how many players had
Golf'Association tournament last Burek beat out Boatswain Mate Hall; 2nd flight winner Jerry been in the majors for at least NARTU, 48 Marines, 46
Saturday.Low Chief Mac Manuele last monthto Cornwell, runner up Bill Good 10 years? VP 30, 58 FICEUR, 54
Gross honors went to Ed win the NAS Cecil station man; 3rd flight winner R. L. 2. Other than being the first ComFairJax, 48 Dispensary, 37

: Dyer, the Cecil Field. greens- championship for 1965. Johnston runner up J. W. Rey- indoor baseball park, what else
Flight winners and runnersup nolds; 4th flight winner J. O. TOUCH FOOTBALL
keeper, when he recorded a 74. is different about Houston's ball
were: 1st Flight R.E. Vandergriff, runner M.
R.
Second place in the low gross up field?
Hood, 5th flight winner R. L. Marines, 8 VP 30, 6
play was won by Marion Hodges 3. At the end of last sea-
a 'retired chief. In the closestto Wave BowlingKegler Elliot, runner up J. D. Kel- son's play in the National Foot- MARTD, 7 VP 5, 0

the pin play club pro Rosco ley. ball League, there were only ComFairJax, 24 VP 30, 12
O'Neal took the honors on the action on Nov. 29th GOLF FINAL three players in the league's his- VAP 62,24 Hospital, 0
sixth hole and Commander D. C. saw J. A. Moynahan capture high tory to have kicked 100 or more Comm, 12 VAP 62,0
Taylor, station executive officer, games for the week with a 205. GOLD LEAGUE field goals. Who are they? ComFairJax, 18 A/C Maim, 14
was the closest on number 15. She also netted the high series, 4. Man O'War, one of horse
In the longest drive contest 546 giving her the season racing's greatest champions,covered BOWLING3rd
Jerry Cornwell of VFP-C2 boot- record. A 227 game gave Jean Team / Won' Lost?1 ., an average of how many
ed one out' to win. Lieutenant Hynes the high handicap game for feet with each stride? Crewman, 4 Falcons, 0'
Larry Jennings from the Orden- the wet!', and is also the season CVW 4 6 1 5. Connie Mack served as a AERON "A", 3 Eagles, 1
ance Department had the longestput VA-15 5 2 major league manager for 53 Needlers, 4 Splits, 0
on number 18 to win that high.Team standings going into the VA-45 5 3 years. What teams did he man- NAMTG, 2 Cannon Cockers,2
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Apparently from early season college basketball results the Keg-Tecks LeadIn VA-441 FirstIn a
Job confronting this year's
biggest status grabbing teams will .
be- to beat UCLA's zone press defense. Monday EarlyIn Scratch LeagueIn
So far for the last two

years no one has had much the season goes to UCLA coach the Monday Early League the Monday Scratch Leagueat

success against coach Johnny Tommy Prothro who ehgineered keg, action at NAS Cecil Field NAS Cecil Field the VA44
Wooden's specialized type of the Bruins into the Rose Bowl the Keg Teck team moved # 1 team held on to first place
play. Last Friday Ohio State and then lost to Tennessee last the VC 4 Admin team out of this week after knocking off sec-
coach Fred Taylor and his "Rat weekend in a game after which first place when the team won ond placed VFP 62 by three
game" fell without too much trouble the officials took the blunt of four points from the Roust points.As .
to the Bruins 92 66 in Los Prothro's comments. A Bout entry.

Angeles. THE The same night the VC 4 a result of the loss VFP B' 1N
LOCALSOn
Friday night, in Durham N. C. Admin team dropped one and
dropped into third and the
place
Duke gets a crack at the Bruinsin the Jacksonville sports one half games to the AMD I
Tech
J Keg team climbed into
what should be the top game of front The Rocket Hockey Club team.
second after three
winning points
the week and possible of regular will be home tomorrow and Sat- Communications remains in from AMD. VA 44 #2 team
season play. urday night In the Coliseum a- third place by taking three from and AMD #2 split their Monday
UCLA has already lost one gainst Nashville and Charlotte. the VC 4 Line team. In other action and GSE took
one
point '
game this season, but it was a Jacksonville University's bas- action the Deamons won over the from VA 44 #3. ; :
defeat that left Wooden smilingas ketball team should find the going Timberjack team 3-1; Security
his varsity squad lost to the a little easier tonight down In drew a bye for the night's action. i "
freshman team 75 60. Deland where it plays Stetson.On .
Lew Alcindor, last year's most Saturday and Monday the Do- MONDAY EARLY LEAGUE MONDAY SCRATCH LEAGUE I
sought after prep player In the phlns are In Alabama for games
country, led the baby Bruins to against Auburn and Alabama. Team Won Lost
victory over their elders with 31 Team Won Lost
points and 21 rebounds.At Keg Tecks 28 8
7 1 Alcindor is one of VC 4Admin 271/2 81/2 '.
the tallest and most talented bas- NASJaxIMStandings Comm 22' 14
VA <<#1 33 3
ketball players to come along. Timberjacks 19 17
Next year, when Wooden plants VC 4 Line 17 19 Keg Tacks 28 8
Alcindor In the center of the Deamons 14 22 VFP 62 27 9 x
court as part of his zone, the R A Bouts 14 22 VA 44 #2 16 20 k

opponents might as well travel AMERICAN LEAGUE AMD 131/2 221/2 SMILE Pretty Jo Collinswas //
north into the giant sequoias for Security 5 27 VA -,443 16 20 once told that It takes

their games. Team Wins Loss AMD #1 15 21 less work to smile than to

END FOR A FINE END AMD #2 6 30 frown. She has been proving
ComFairJax 9 3 /M BOWLING STANDINGS GSE 3 33 the/ theory ever since.
For his size, Howard Twilley
VAP 62 8 4
probably played more football BOWLING
8 4
Hospital
than other man. At 5 -10
180 pounds any he re-wrote eight VP Marines- 30 5 5 7 7 TUESDAY EARLY Television Repair Complete Satisfaction

college pass catching records,
VW-4 5 7
snagged enough passes and kicked VP-7 2 10 Team Won Los'tRATTC FRENCH'SRadio
enough extra points to win the

NCAA scoring crown, and had NATIONAL LEAGUECommunications 43 19 9 TV Sales & Service
almost twice as many pass receptions Hangar #67 17 11
as the ,second best Houndawgs 17 11
134 in 10 games to also lead 12 0 VC 4 15 13 6357 103rd STREET
3
9
A/C Maint
Seminole Chiefs 14 14
the nation. NARTU 6 6 DIAL 771.4602
Twilley made Just about every- MARTD 6 6 Blackshoes 14 14
one's Ail-American team as VP-5 4 8 Funny Photo 9 15 "Twin Hill's Oldest and Most Reliable"TV
Tulsa put on one of the country'stop FICEUR 4 8 Marine Barracks 10 18

offensive shows during Its 679th 1 11 EARLY HOME & CAR RADIOS STEREO
8-2 season. A week for'Sat- WEDNESDAY

urday Twllley will be playinghis
PING PONG B. B. 25 7
Gordons
last game in a Tulsa uniform
when the school goes against Hellrazors # 1 20 12
1
8
VP-16 Hellrazors # 2 20 12
Tennessee in the BluebonnetBowl.
7 2
VAP 62 VFP 62 17 15
7 2 w&Poj41coflh.
679th Yellow Water 15 17
But perhaps the biggest honor FAETU 7 2
bestowed on the little giant in the 6 3 Commisary 14 18
FICEUR
world of behemoths was when Blue Blasters 14 18

tip' named him "Lineman of theYear" Rec FAW11 Div 4 3 5 6 Thunderblrds 7 13 25 19 WestsM Volkswagen, Inc. :"
Astronuts
This whichis
title is one
usually reserved for rugged NAMTG Marines 2 1 7 8 THURSDAY EARLY Be Sire To See Us Before Yoi Bay A Used VW

interior linemen; one other timein VP 30 0 9
15 years the honor has goneto
an end. BOWLING Hack Drivers #2 24 7 STA. WAGON SPECIALSI!

It was a fitting climax for a Travelers 18 16 10 12 1966 Kombi, radio, 4700 act., mi. . .$1895

fine college football player. AMERICAN LEAGUE VA-152 Alley Cop's 14 14 1965 std. VW Sta. Wag.\ like new.$1995

THE CHARGERS AGAINIf Pacemakers 13 15 1963 Deluxe Sunroof Wagen . . .$1595

the San Diego Chargers win Needlers 44 20 Hackdrivers # 1 12 16 1961 Std. Wagen . . . ., .$1095
24
40
Mad Foxes 11 21
Brown Baggers
their game this Sunday against 23
37
NCO'S 8 20
Houston, which they should with- Cursors 371/2 231/2 Road Runners Rollers 8 20 1964 Double Cabin Pick-up, R&II.$1595

out too much trouble, it will give Cloak & Dag. 351/2 241/ Holly 1962 Double Cabin Pick-up, R&11.$1295
the team the AFL Western Division LillY's 30 22
title for the fifth time in PRO'S 311/2 241/2 Fla.Ga.BasketballConference
six
years.
39 33
Falcons 31 1965 Ghia Coupe, R&II . . .$1995
THE COACHING TRAILIt Thunderheads 29
Eagles 27 33 1963 Ghla Coupe, R&II . . .$1495

used to be that the Big Ten NAMTG 25 31 1963 Ghia Conv., R&II . . .$1600
and the Mid-American Athletic 23 29
3rd Crewman
Conference were the breeding and AERON "A" 28 36Splits NORTHERN DIVISIONJax
building grounds for a good port 25 35 1
ion of the nation's coaches. If 23 33 Navy 5 1 1965 VW Sedans, Exec. cars. . .$1895
Play Boys 5
the coaching situation continuesto Cannon Cockers 21 31 HunterAFB 3 3 Fully equipped, with air cond.

go as It has in the past two Electrons 211/2 341/2 Glynco Turner Navy AFB 3 3 1964 VW Sedans, Specials. . . .$1395
years the trail the mentor'sjobs
to top 36 '
have taken a reverse. AERON "B" 16 Robins AFB 2 4 6 1963 VW Sedans . . . .$1250

Sometime ago Johnny Pont left GOLF Moody AFB 0 1962 VW Sedans . . . .$1095

the Mid-American Conference 1961 VW Sedan. . . . . .$895

for back Yale. Then, Pont moved AMERICAN LEAGUEVp SOUTHERN DIVISIONMac 1964 VW Convertible . . . .$1695
to harrass Big Ten oppon-
ents when he took over at Indiana 5 1st Place Dill AFB 3 0 1964 I OO.S Sedan. . . . .$1795

where he is relatively secure FAW -11 2nd Place Patrick AFB 3 1
in his Job. 7750 So. Lane Ave.
Now the coaching Job at Iowa NATIONAL LEAGUE C. FIELD 2 2 ...t.Jt
has been offered to Dartmouth 2 3 Open 8.00.8:00, Closed on Sun.Volkswagen.

coach Bob Blackman and from all 679th 1st Place Sanford 1 5 I
Indications he'll probably be tu- VP 30 2nd Place Orlando_
toring[ the Hawkeyes next season.
of 10-story
A man fell out a
The Big Ten is beginning to with thud, a
nave window. He hit a
Another an eastern flare. Professor: "Jenkins, why crowd gathered, and a witness !
be coaching post rumoredto don't you join in the discus- rushed 'over and said to him,
on the block is that of h
?
"What's happened
?
the Maryland coach Tom Nugent after sions Jenkins: "I learn more by "I dunno," said the man,stand-
Terrapin
disappointing finish listening. Anything I would sayI ing and dusting himself off. "I
against Penn State. Kiwanis AUTHORIZED SALES & SERVICE 384.3441
Successful -
,know. here myself.
Nominee for coach of the year already Just got
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To Hunt And Fish In Sunshine State
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TALLAHASSEE Florida license sales. The report indi- cense sales indicate that 122,566
played host to a total of 538,232 cated an increase of 33,694 residents purchased state hunting
licensed fishermen and 206,876 fishermen and 9, 462 huntersover licenses, 80,923 residents obtained p I
licensed hunters during the 1964- the past year. the county hunting license,
65 season according to an analy- During the period a total of 685 residents purchased other
sis of hunting and fishing license 401,522 residents and 136,710non than home county license, and
sales just released by the Game residents purchased licenses 492 hunters obtained the special
and Fresh Water Fish Com- to fish in Florida's fresh license which limits hunting to
mission.W. waters. Of the non resident shooting preserves. Of the non-
B. Copeland, Commission license holders 18,785 obtained resident hunters 559 purchasedthe
Chairman said that the analysis an annual fishing license,26,923 annual license and 1,651 obtained -
covered the period beginning July purchased the 14 day license the ten day licenses.
1,1964 and ending June 30, 1965 and 91,002 purchased the special Leading the state in the sale
and included both resident and five day non resident license. of resident fishing licenses Is
non residenr hunting and fishing The analysis of hunting H- Polk County with 31,316. Leadingin :
the sale of non resident _
VFP WINS CLOSE'OWEVFP62 fishing licenses is Putnam County : .
NAS Cecil Field with 11,612 non-resident fisher .:
NAS Cecil Field
at five
men who obtained the day ,
squeezed its way through a tight license. Lake County recorded 4+
IM BasketballSTANDINGS basketball game against V A-34 to 5,682 non resident fishermenwho
eek out a second win in Intra- obtained either the annualor CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
mural play 51 49. the 14 day fishing license.In WILSONSP
BLVD. AT
BLANDING
Texan guard Todd Good paced hunting license sales Duval
Through Dec. 5 "Fighting Photo" in the Wednes- County accounted for 12,855 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
day win with 23 markers. The resident statewide licensesEs-
Team Won Lost loss put VA-34 at 1-1 for the cambia County sold 4,118 65 IMP ALA SPORT SEDAN.$2995
.. V-8 PB elect. windows/ / &
r young season. resident county licenses and Levy auto/trans., PS, ,
VFP-62 2 0 NAS CECIL FIELD /M County sold 104 other than home seats; R&H, factory air and mqny extras, solid
VA-15 2 0 FOOTS ALL FINAL/ county licenses. Levy County white, blue Int.
Jets 1. 0 also led in the sale of shooting
VF-62 1 1 Won Lost preserve hunting licenses with 65 CORVETTE. . . . . .5???
VA-34 1 1 Team 163 of the special preserve lic 327, 4-speed, WSW, AM/FM radio.
Marines 12 0
Marines 1 1 enses. Of the non resident
VA-44 1 1 VA-44 10 2 hunters Leon County accountedfor 65 LEMANS 4 DR. SEDAN.$2595
GEMD 1 1 VF-174 6 5 the sale of 255 resi-
non 326 V-8 PS PB R&H
Weapons 5 7 maroon, matching Int., ,
Weapons 0 1 dent ten day licenses and Jef-
VA-4 0 2 VFP-62 4 6 ferson County recorded 108 an- air coneautotrans..,
VA-45 2 9 nual non resident hunting license -
Supply 1 11 sales. IMPALA/ SUPER SPORT CON.. .52395
auto/trans. V 8 PS PB electric
> windows,
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64 CADILLAC SPORT SEDAN. . 54095
1. Lowe, Ma- Before You Take Anyone's Deal auto/trans., V-8, PS, PB, electric windows/ ,
2.rines Tyson. 2 61 30.5 See' factory air, ivory over blue, WSW, exceptionallyclean.
VA-34 2 44 22 .

3. Seay, Ford Motorama Inc.'HWY' IMPALA/ SPORT COUPE.$2095
2 36 18
VA-15
4. Good, V-8, auto/trans., R&H, Daytona blue.

VFP-62 2 32 16 '-, CREEN COVE SPKWGS, -PL: 1; A 64 MALIBU/ SUPER SPORT.$2195/

5. Bradley, V-8, auto/trans., R&H, PS, air ''Conel./ WSW,
V44 2 31 15.5 f you' ,0f1V'f11CIIC o weIHE hOVC'II1Soflcdo.
maroon with matching /int.
OI1 VI ile, fJ one: 264 .2. 4'J
64 VW BUS.DELUXE.$1895/

4-speed trans., R&H, 3 seats, WSW.
at
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standard trans., 6 cyl./ R&H, solid green,
S : WSW.
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.. 4-speed trans., R&H, dark blue, WSW.

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63 CORVAIR/ SPYDER CONV.$1395/

4-speed trans., 159 HP, super charged engine,
2SS R&H, solid blue, white top, WSW.

63 CORVAIR/ MONZA . . .5/395/
4-speed, R&H, black with black int.

63 BUICK RIVERIA/ COUPE.$2495

auto/trans., V-8, R&H, full power, factory air
solid white, red int., WSW.

rt 63 FA/RLANE/ . . . . .5/295/
2 dr., auto/trans., 6 cyl., R&H, solid/ green,
: WSW.
IMPALA/ SPORT SEDAN. . . .$1895/
k auto/trans., V.8, PS, R&H, ivory over red, WSW,
extra, extra sharp.

620LDS CONY.. . . '. . .$1495/
auto/trans., V-8, PS PB, R&H, solid white
ARBOLESALL red int., one owner.

61 GALAXIE 2 DR. HARDTOP.$995

auto/trans., V-8, R&H, two tone green, WSW,
TWO BED ROOM, ONE BATH UNITS. one owner.

NOW RENTING WITH IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
60 CHEVROLET PARKWOOD WAGON. .$995
(Ideal locatlon In Orange Park, one block auto/trans. V-8 R&H
Central H.atln.8nd Cooling ivory over green, WSW.
from town"CENTER" and shopping area .
with Individual thermostatic
i (Drive one block south of Klngsley Avenue controls and registers Installation
and turn toward the River.) McCALL SERVICE INC. ....AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM

All units with w"I. -ln gardens or private All units with complete carpeting and Mon.Fr8:30/ A. M. 'til 9.-00 P. M.
balconies. drapes. HOURS Sat"s0 A. M. 'til// 8:00 P. M.

( Swimming pool with adjacent laundry fa- 0 en Sunday/ noon 'til 6:00 P. M.
, cllltles located In the c.ntrllcarden area. G ENE R A L & J ELECTRIC I Kitchen

featuring MARK 27 built-in range with
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MOEN single handle controls. ator with zero degree freezer and auto-
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