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Creation Date: January 6, 1966
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VOL. 23 NO. 41 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA January 6, 1966




COMMISSARY STORE !'

Variable Bonus .

conducted<< program being .
at the NAS Jax Commissary ,

closing of Store the necessitates store on Jan.the .

I 18.To 19.'accomodate and 20th. patrons, the Now In Effect 1 1On i

Cecil Field Commissary will be J t.Y

I open on Monday,Jan. 17,in addition January First the long awaited the 25 critical rates. I .

to their regular schedule. "Variable Re-enlistment The multiple for PT and ST, F
Patrons are also urged to stock Bonus (VRB) went Into effect which draw the topbonus,is four. .'

.up in preparation,of the closing. when an AU Navy message was ET, CT. FTi DS, RD, AQ; ; .
; The Navy Exchange ,Express. sent out by the Secretary of the and AX are entitled to a multiple -, "
c 1 : mARTIST'S Stores can be' utilized for such '
Navy authorizing this additional of three.
A"w:_ :-- ., ,.,. .
'''' 4 items'as milk
bread and other bonus to first-term, sailors who Rates entitled to a two multiple :
CONCEPTION of the new, hospital. essentials. re-enlist in 25 rates. 'are:' MA, 1C, DT, AT' and

Although the closing of the The message stated the VRBis .RM,. ."
Commissary will undoubtedly to provide a flexable incentivefor Personnel entitled to draw'

Ground Breaking For an- incovenience to many personnel specified ratingsr their.normal re-enlistment bonus .

shoppers, the 'planned'work where critical care'ei 'shonages ,plus 'one VRB', arcs.; TM, EM.E1' ,- I
can only be accomplished when exist.
MTt MM OMENSMGMT,
the store is closed. The end I The Variable re-enlistment QM, E4, and HM'a with NEC ,
Hospital ScheduledCongressman ,result, however, will be a better bonus is to be figured by 'taking -. 8483. I
-
: facility for NAS Commissarypa- the normal first reenlistment Under this program an ET2 l'f\

trons. and multiplying it by a who re-enlists1 for'six years for :

Charles E. Ben- Obstetrical, labor and delivery specific number designated{ for the first time would receive .
t nett recently announced that rooms will be on the fifth flooras $6,000 before taxes are deducted.

r ground-breaking ceremonies for well as the nursery. This does not include travel pay,
,. the new $7 million hospital at The sixth, 'eventh and eighth HAS Civilians Fight lump sum leave payment, or any 1
NAS Jax will be held on Saturday. floors will contain Nursing Unitsof other allowances.
I Feb. 5.The. 76 beds each, being identicalin The VRB is to be paid in an :\
contract for building the design. annual payment plan on the anniversary _

new facility Is' expected to bet The new hospital, covering a- Viet Nam Mosquitos of the re-enlistment
t awarded sometime in early January bout 2 acres, will replace the except in special cases so designated -
and will allow approximately wards, messing and treatment by the Chief of Naval
784 days for completion.The facilities of the old 49-building --- _. -"''$/ Personnel. Payment by this

modern 400-bed hospitalwill plant spread over 50 acres. Op- method will spread the, tax bite
b be erected on a site located erating costs will thus be cut, out over a period of,years rather
on the southwest pan of the'pre- considerably, ,as' less time will than in one lump,sum.' ,

sent" tounds '5tljacent to the cur- .:be. 'lost travelttfrotttv; c.warcir To be eligible loathe,VRB, I': ,
H : rent"hospltal." :This location'will to another; .The principHfbene- a jT181" must;"' (*be'5aFrl? "orJf:; '
,
permit occupancy of the present fit will however be reflected in above and be, designated'. ',as A.(
hospital until the new structure is the better, safer and more effective VRB eligible rate. -
completley operable. Most of the care of patients.The ; z::: t .. F Extend to have not less than
old buildings will then be demol- hospital will provide the Aim 4 dr Y zc six years active duty time in

ished, and the area completely finest in modern medical facil- the VRB rates.
landscaped. ities to the military population *Be eligible to re-enlist for the
The 8-story highrise type this area (an estimated 122,287)as ) first time and to collect the fir-
; building with penthouse will contain well as the 16,917 others who st re-enlistment bonus.
approximately 234,932 feet, rely upon this hospital. A .M "Have completed at least 24
of floor space. The building will A A months of continuous. ;Ser-
I have concrete foundation; struct-
vice.The
ural steer framing; concrete CdrJosephson message reported that the
: floors covered with tHe, linoleum rates designated to collect the

and terrazj); and exterior VRB are flexable and that in the t
walls of pre-cast concrete'pan- future they may be switched to
To Receive keep the necessary manpower: I
els.The new air-conditioned levels in the various rates. I' ,

t pital will feature the concentration INC For complete details on the

r of clinic, laboratories f radiology new bonus see your career coun-
;: and related outpatient facilities Medal ,:, IT'S WAR IN VIET NAM, not again the Viet Cong, but a- selor.

\. on the ground floor. deadly malaria carrying Mosquito. This Marine

,.. Surgery, obstetrical suites, and The Navy Commendation Med- helicopter was equipped for the logging operation by HAS VMS CO }
t inpatient facilities will be located al will'be awarded to Commander Jax Disease Vector Control personnel wnd also trained Mar.

. on the upper floors to minimize 'John V. Josephson( USN' pro- In* personnel in Viet Nam In Its operation. .' '
cross traffic and mingling of in- spective executive officer of Pat-
r' patients and outpatients. rol Squadron 5, in a ceremonyat A twc .ian team from Naval L. Branson, Biology Technicianof Takes Helm

, Special features of the new facility the Naval Air Statin, Jack- Air Station, Jacksonville, Dis- NAS Jax DVCC and W. V.
t Include an intercom system; sonville, this Friday ((7 Jan). ease Vector Control Center spent Weeks, Jr.. and C. E. Woodson,
20 In Viet Nam recently Aircraft Loftsmen from the Metal's At Adak NSCdr.
central oxygen' nitrous oxide and In the citation from Secretaryof days
r' of the NAS I
,Division Jax
audio-visual teaching Navy preventive med-
vacuum systems; the Navy Paul H. Nltze, Com-
doctors and nurses' call icine personnel and Marine 'at-' Orr!'rhaul and Repair Department.The .
( system; mander Josephson was c m-. James H. Chapman re-
; central dictation and radio system mended for his outstanding performance .,, tached helicopter} Squadron system"bad been demon- leived Cdr. David M. Hume as
strated in Fla. last
t ; pneumatic tube system; of duty while servingas 263 how to fight a different kind Tampa, Commanding Ofilcer of Patrci
March members of the
r automatic tray conveyors; soiled Naval Assistant to the Mil of war."to ::: .. to Amer- Squadron Four-Five, in ceremonies -
.. linen chute; synchronous clock itary Aide to the President cI The enemy In this war Is the! ican Mosquito Control Associ- ,Dec. 17 at Naval Station,
has
and
ation since effective
system; and a radioisotope lab- the United States from May r small but deadly mosquito which.. proven Adak, Alaska. VP-45 Is temporarily -
in killing both larval and adult
oratory. 1964 to August 18, 1965. creates the malaria problem ilt deployed In Adak and is
r-' The first floor of the hospital Viet Nam. The method of com- jr.osquitos simultaneously.
3 t; will house the galleys and mess Continued on Page 2 bat is air to ground fogging. ?After additional testing, the permanently sonville homeported In Jack-

halls, and will contain offices Last July, a Navy entomolo- equipment was shipped to the toyp45
t Cdr. Chapman reported
West Coast and airlifted by Mar -
I for hospital administrators in gist predicted an Increase in
L in 1963 from VX-1 as OfficerIn
, addition to various clinics. Also malaria cases, in the tropical ines to Viet Nam. Mr. Haydenand Charge of the VP-45 Detach-
:- located on the first floor will be climate due to the Influx of more Mr. Weeks accompanied the, ment in Jacksonville while the
the Information Desk,EmergencyRoom servicemen and the oncoming equipment to serve as Instructorsin squadron moved from Bermuda
and Military Sick Call. rainy season. A request for its use. From Dec. 1964
Jacksonville.
Located on the second floor aerial application of insecticideswas Upon its arrival In Viet Nam the
r until the Cdr. Chapman
' will be the administrative offices, made to the Armed Forces equipment was mounted on a Mar- present Executive
has been the squadron
r' Chapel, Red Cross offices, e rr Pest Control Board. ine Combatant helicopter} attached -
Crew's and Medical Library,and The Board referred the projectto to HMM 263 based at Maible Officer.
from
l the louiige and snack bai. NAS Jax Disease Vector Con- Mountain just outside Da Nang. Cdr. Chapman graduated I
the Naval Academy in 1946 and
The surgical suite, recovery trol Center, which with funds During their 20 days there
served aboard the USS South- '
i: rooms, and intensive care unit from the Bureau of Naval Weapons the two men from Disease Vec-
[ will be on the third floor. had already developed tor Control made five or six erland, a destroyer In the Pac-
ific Fleet and the USS PCS 1318
'. The fourth floor will house the equipment for forgoing by helicopter fogging flights with the Marines ,
t.. pediatric ward; neuropsydiiatry to spread the Insecticide > 1- teaching them *;he proper prior to entering Flight Training
in November 1948. After receiv-
offices and ward; and the Elec- was developed and tested by use of the equipment.

tronencephalographic: room. Cdr. Jospehson/ D. L. Hayden, Entomologist and Continued on Page 2 Continued on Page 2






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EDITORIALSuggestions l Di I v I me Se r 'i .' t. Chaplains/ Message"The



Good/ Habl'/

The program to pay military personnel cash awards for ROMAN CATHOLICSt. by Chaplain F. R. McAlister/

saving suggestions can be a boon to both the suggester and
payer. Edward's Chapeland Church and religious leaders are constantly trying to discover

Once the program is in full swing, thousands of why people do not attend services in the Church, and what can
should pour in, adding up to a dollar savings on one Naval Hospital be done to encourage people to go to church. There are actually
giving a boost to the bank accounts of Inventive service very few people who have "reason" for not going to Church; t
Though the program authorizes payments up to $25,000 MASSES that is, they do not subscribe to the theological doctrines of the
be much smaller. Suggestion don't have to be of such Hospital - - 0630, Church, or do not believe in God, or do not like the particular
to eliminate the national debt. Any idea design or St. Edward's expression of the faith in their communtiy.
- 0900 &1100 because they have developed the
will save the government money will be considered. Awards Many people neglect worship
in proportion to the savings: habit of not going to Church! Many of these people wish that they
MASSESSt. could attend Church more often, but have the habit of letting other
Edward's: things interfere. In order to develop the habit of going to Church
thru Friday 1130 that be remembered.
there are at least two things must
- - 0900 ((1)) It must be remembered that Church attendance is a "doit
Naval Hospital: yourself" project. There certainly is no one that can go to Church
y - - 1205 of the in life where no one
for you, and most us are at place can
tF0
RFS 'make' us go to church. There are no civil laws which say that
you must go to Church, and the Church certainly does not have
/ St. Edward's : truant officers who will check up on you to see why you were absent.In .
gCtSLi ------1900.2000 short, Church attendance is entirely up to you. The argument
- - -0815 0845; that because you were forced to go to Church as a child (or that
1015 1045 you were marched to church in "boot camp") therefore you do not
Hospital: Sunday! -..0615 what to go to Church now, is pretty weak. You were forced to brush
your teeth as a child. Have you stopped brushing your teeth now
I III I CLASSES that you are not 'forced to do so?
Chapel Annex Building 722: ((2)) You must remember that people do what they want to do.
\ ; 1000 If hunting, or fishing or golfing or reading the paper gets in the
way of your going to Church it is because you want it that way.If .
DIVINE SERVICES Sunday morning is your time to sleep and the only day in the week
Awards will be made only for suggestions that show real PROTESTANTAll that you can do it, that means simply that had rather stay in bed
An individual serviceman or woman can't just submit a sudden Saints Chapel than go to Church. Church and religious leaders are not concernedover
storm and expect a check in the next mail. Suggestions must
poor Church attendance because it affects them personally or
1>A Y's
For those-service men and women willing to put In the affects their positions. They are concerned because they know that
0800 -- Holy Communion
effort and thought, the suggestion award program can be a
if do not to Church are affected personally.
go you
0930,& 1100 Divine you
The total savings; will be.equally valuable to the services Worship Regular Church attendance serves to remind us of our relation

American pjJbllc. (AFPS) Y SCHOOL ship to God. Even if we do not know of this relationship it is there.

"CJrl-josephson Continued from Page 1 ------Chapel Annex The Church gives the information we need to make the most of this

The citation reads' as' follows:' Following his Building 722 relationship.Regular Church attendance makes it possible for us to directour

"During this period, Com- Naval Aviator he Y's thinking and doing along clean lines. It shows us that there is
mander JosephSon fulfilled a Variety Transport Squadron 3 -------Choir- Rehearsal a better way of doing everything, and! makes it possible for us to
of diverse and sensitive( assignments when he was assigned to enjoy life without the necessity of apology later.
with exceptional ded-, Academy, where he
MONDAY of Each Month Regular Church attendance serves to stimulate the best instinctsIn
and skill. his Electronics Instructor
ication Through
:and 1955. -*- Chapel Women's'G lld us, that, without use, slowly atrophy. When we go to churchwe
resourceful management ust (Small Chapel) rise above the things of the world for a time, and having been
over-all supervision of the Presidential -
revived by the fresh air of eternity we return to the world to try
the White House
yachts; ; He next had duty with S. NAVAL HOSPITAL to make it better.
Staff Mess and the Presidential
Squadron 8 and Fleet Sunday's ,- - 1000
retreat at Camp ,David, he con-
3. Commander
tributed immeasurably to the unfailing -
MosquifosContinued Cmdr. Chapman
then transferred to the
excellence;.of those units .
CECIL FIELD
_
of Naval Personnel where from Page 1 Continued from 1:
and activities" which, provide invaluable t!- Page 1 ; ,
ved as Aid and Flag Lie "
support to the, White" to Chief of Naval'' 1966'l 11' PROTESTANT; :,..iJ d, '7!The equipment in no way ,effects .i ing his wings in April' 1950 he
,
House and to the President later as Aid and Flag ( -' the combat capability of served in VP-34., Cdr. Chapman
"Additionally; he assisted' in, to the Choir Practice' at 7 p. m. the helicopters and can be dis- served with VP-49 in Bermuda.
coordinating,the functions of the Naval Forces Europe. -' mantled from the chopper in approximately He then went to the staff of Commander -
White House Emergency plans 10 minutes. Fleet Air Nor-
Sunday School at 9:30: p. m. Wings at
plans for the contlnutiy of gover- Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. The local Vietnamese had been folk. From August 1960 to June
nment and'!other classified assignments In August 1961 he Comunion on the first Sunday notified prior to the testing, but 1961, Cdr. Chapman was a stud-
Naval War College at of the month. were, still frightened by the fog ent at the U. S. Air Force Command -
R. I. followed by duty from the now familiar helicopter and Staff College at the
"Commander Josephson's Airborne Electronics CATHOLIC on the first few flights. Lat- Air Force University, MaxwellAir
participation as White House liaison Unit and Patrol Squadron er they accepted it as just another Force Base, Alabama.
with the Federal Commun- then reported to Patrol 11:20 a. m. Mass necessity brought about by war. Cdr. Chapman his wife and
ications Commission and the National 16 at NAS Jacksonville Sunday- At present there is only one their two children reside in Or-

Industry Advisory Com- served from December 8 a.m. and! noon Mass Con- helicopter equipped for the fog- ange Park, Florida. *
mittee was instrumental in the til April 1963. heard before each Mass. ging, but plans to equip other Cdr. John W. Townes, Jr. will
successful adoption and imple- Marine helicopter Squadrons in become the Executive Officerof
mentation of plans for a nation- After his tour with JEWISH Viet Nam are now in the discussion VP-45. Cdr/Townes will
wide emergency' broadcast sys- dron 30 the Commander Ext. 311 for information stage. This is the only report aboard in January from

tem. His leadership, ,professional as Naval Assistant to Jewish Services. American aerial insecticide dis- serving on the Staff of Com-
ability, and devotion to duty itary Aide to the persal capability in Viet Nam at mander Naval Air Forces, U.S.
reflect great credit upon himselfand the United States until Violations present. The squadron will con- Atlantic Fleet.

the" United, States' Naval Ser- 1965. tinue to spray the areas under
vice. The following is a report ot the direction of the Squadron's Men Needed
For
vehicle accidents and traf- Preventive Medicine Officer.
Commander r' Jpsephson was We will assume duties violations for the period Dec- Mr. Hayden and Mr. Weeks

born In Deer Lodge, Montana,. ecutive Officer of Patrol 28 through January 3. have returned to NAS Jax and Flight TrainingThe
and is a graduate of the United ron 5: on January 14. Number of Accidents when questioned on their trip to
States Naval .Academy, Class of Week-December28 through Viet Nam replied, "We learned
1949. After a short' tour of 3 -----------5 more in that short period than we Navy announced that there
duty aboard USS MIDWAY he attended Commander Josephson Accidents this year through learned in months here. In some are,vacancies in the officer
flight
flight training' at Pen- ried to the former 3 - -' 260 cases it was enjoyable, but it is training class NAS
sacola, Florida: and was designated Ellen Allison of of Accidents through sure good to be home" for March 27 at and that Pensacola junior
a Naval Aviator on Oct- glnia. They have two 1964 - 248 officers
ober 20, 1950. Susan, age 15, and Peter, Total number of days since Hospital Ship the aviation are program.invited to apply for
Injury In a motor vehicle
Completion of the program
- -----8
Number of Violations Set To Serve leads to Navy Wings and desig-
nation
Naval
=: as a Aviator.
Week :- - 21
General requirements for
'
- - -7
J AX: :A. I NT E: ws Driving - -0 Navy hospital ship USS ReposeAH acceptance into the flighting

through Stop Sign -0 ( 16)), once known as "Angelof training program are:
Violations - -14 the Orient" to U. S. person- Less than 26 years old
t The JAX AK( NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Fourteen drivers appeared be- nel fighting In Korea, is again at the time of application.
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air the Traffic Hearing Board being peadied for duty with the Be physically qualified

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company the meeting held on Jan. 4. Pacfic Fleet. Have successfully comp-
private firm. All Copy submitted for use, in the JAX of the cases included Respose was recommissionedin leted a minimum of four
October 1965 semesters of
following extensive undergraduateswork
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information following: Seven lostdriving overhaul
and its
outfitting or equivalent at an
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday be parking for various privileges periods aboard; One work at the San Francisco Bay accredited college or uni-

publication. News items are welcomed for all assigned to complete an Naval Shipyard after having beenIn versity.
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. hour in remedial driving mothballs since 1954. Candidates who meet these
, Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and NATTC; One was assigned The 15,000 ton vessel is requirements will undergo five
'I concerning such should be directed to complete a six hour course now the only fully operational weeks of pre flight training and
The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway, remedial driving at Jax Police hospital ship in the Navy and is then spend eight months in primary -
Jacksonville Florida! 32207, Telephone 359-4040 ; Two received sus- equipped with the latest in dia- and basic flight training.
;. Nine dismissed; One gnostic and treatment equipment After this about four months are
including a heart lung machine spent in advance flight
training
( U. S. Commlsionerand)
VOL. 23 NO. 41 JANUARY 6 ;
two referred tor commanding officers and a frozen blood bank. There In combat type aircraft. A
possible disciplinary are 316 doctors, nurses and choice is given to the type of
tion. corpsmen assigned to her. aircraft whenever possible.






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Events At NAS Make 1965 A Memoriable Year :. I II


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Todays modern America Is constantly reminded to look to the ..
future but at the beginning of each new year it is customary to
review the events of the proceeding year to enjoy its successes and r >
learn from its mistakes. "
1965 at NAS Jacksonville was an eventful year with the Uniqueness !
of its happenings setting it apart from the other 24 year of the Air XNTREPXD
Station's history. HA J
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JANUARYIn WITH auS AND

January 1965 NATRU, a tenant command at NAS Jax began the
year with their annual Military Inspection. Rear Adm. George Koch,
who was serving as Chief of Naval Air Reserve Training at that time,
conducted the event. )
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FEBRUARYThe

following month brought the NORAD Band to Jacksonville.The .
85-piece band under the direction of Conductor and Officer- '
In-Charge Major Victor Molzer was sponsored as a combined effortof
NAS Jax and the Downtown Council of the Chamber of Commerce.The .
concert was free and the band played to a full house.
NAS Jax played host to the meeting of the Permanent Joint i ia
Board of Defense, Canada and United States in February. The
twenty-members of the Board conducted their tri-annual meeting a
which included visits to local navy installations and briefings. 1 M

MARCHIn
March, Jacksonville was the completion sight of the first
coast-to-coast non-stop flight of a helicopter. The flight also r
established a new distance record. The Sikorsky SH-3A helicopter -n. ,
started from the USS Hornet in San Diego Bay and landed aboard Yq : I I'i
the carrier Roosevelt at Mayport Naval Station. The flight covereda b
distance of 1840 nautical miles in 15 hours and 51 minutes.
Jacksonville also played an important role in the 1965 race for 'ii''i
space. 'In March, planes from local squadrons assisted in sur- i:
veillance and the recovery, of Astronauts Mjr. Virgil Grissomand \,
Cdr. John Young MAY

May 1965 saw the celebration of Armed Forces Day and NAS Jax 1
launched their annual Navy Relief Drive. The Drive ended in June -
with 100% participation and exceeded its established goal with (
$49,500.In I It
May Jax Air News jointed forces with Cecil Field Afterburner
the 16 and the circulation
increasing paper to pages to approx-
imately 15,000 It has since proven a wise move by giving both t
Air Stations a better coverage of local news.
On a quite Sunday morning in May, the silence was brokenby
fire sirens as firemen battle a three alarm fire that destroyed the
CPO Club. Since the fire, the Chiefs aboard the station have set up
temporary'club facilities in Bldg. 593 in the NATTC area. .
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JUNE y? .
The space program captured the headlines again in June when "
James McDivitt and Ed White arrived at Mayport Naval Station
aboard the aircraft carrier USS Wasp. They were greeted at the
dock by Florida's governor Hayden Burns.
JULYIn .
July sailors in Jacksonville area begun receiving their pay- .." 1 .
checks on Thursdays Instead of the customary Friday paydays.The ,. !" .
decision to change the payday was made in order to Deduce ","t t'. ,
the congestion"at the Navy Exchange facilities, 'Commissary Store .,..
and the bank. The change enabled personnel to have 2 1/2 daysto .
transact their business at these facilities instead of the 11/2 ,
,
days previously. 'tv
Also In July, two NAS squadrons participated in_the Joint Weather
Bureau/U. S. Navy Project Stormfury. Stormfury Is a project in v'
which the hurricanes and cumulus clouds are seeded to Investigate .d/
the feasibility of moditfying cloud and tropical storm structure. f : ,

The local squadrons that participated in Stormfury were Heavy .''Ms K A .. n 1
Photographic' Squadron Sixty Two and Airborne Early Squadron Four.


AUGUSTIn

August, Secretary of the Navy, Paul H. Nitze, ordered a four
month extension of Naval Personnel which affected many NAS Jax. I
This unfortunate news was off set by the fact that President.Johnson I .
signed the New Pay Bill which increase the Income of all service- :

men on Sept..1. SEPTEMBERIn ,

September, NAS Jax Declared War on Waste and opened the (
combined Federal Campaign. CFC was a one time silitacation of
voluntary health and welfare agencies. The drive resulted in $170,000for
the agencies involved.
Sept. 30 was 'the retirement date for Rear Admiral RobertGold-
thwaite. He was also relieved of his duties as Commander Fleet
Air Jacksonville by Admiral H. H.' Caldwell on this date. Adm. .
:
Goldthwaite completed 45 years of service in the Navy. At his retirement :
ceremonies he was presented the Distinguished Service
Medal for his tour of duty at ComFairJax. Upon his retirement 1w
Adm. Goldthwaite assumed the permanent rank of Vice Admiral. I f


The highlight of the roccu OCTOBER red in October when Naval Air Station, I ,
Jacksonville celebrated its 25th Anniversary. The celebration included I. .
an Open House and Air Show. Appearing ir. lie air show were
the Blue Angels, Mr. Charles Hillardthe Flying Professor, the
Vapor Trails and'selected events by Fleet Aircraft. It was estimatedthat .
100,000 people attended the show and Open House on Oct. 16 and 17.
NOVEMBERIn .. .
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late November, Congressman: Charles .BennenofJacksonvllle N r ..: :
was aboard the air station to meet with the Navy con titucnts. Amongthe ---'U- .: '. ...
vistors who were greeted by Bennett were retired personnel, civilian k'/ M1K :: .
personnel, active duty personnel and other people associated with
the base. This was the congress man's first visit to the NAS po tial
facilities due to the success it will'become an annual affair.
DECEMBERSt.

Augustine, Fla., opened its gates to all servicemen Dec. 4 ,r
for the annual Pal Day festivities. Pal Day is sponsored each ,yearon :,
behalf of the United Services Organization (USO) and the St. r r I
Augustine Chamber of Commerce. Well over 10,000 servicemen .
and their families took advantage cf the day to learn more about +
the history of this country.To r r f # .
end the year in a holiday mood, the beginning of the Christmas ..
season at NAS Jax was marked by the presentation of Handel's .rt Y A .fit ter .
"The Messiah" performed by the Beaches Coral Society of ..
Jacksonville Beach at All Saints Chaple. .. ..,.4..........
So 1965 ends and we have a new year ahead of us with new challenges & .. tI.>
to meet and events: to witness. We, have taken a brief lookto .
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sight the future.' *:,* -,
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A Review Of The Year At HAS Cecil FieldThe



Is ..."ig-...>iuiiij.tuMm, ...Ukii.<.''
following a '
1 Seventeen per cent from station -
month re-cap of the news advance on August service
events that took place at wide exams; more make it lateras
Cecil Field during'1965.
i rates open.


S-3 JANUARYThe Division took the AUGUST

per Award for December
the last time the honor was NAMTG doubles in slzeasA7A
sented to the outstanding classes slated for NAS Cecil
of the month at NAS Cecil. detachment.
The NAS Cecil Navy Major R. H. Serale becomes
Society reported that it gave skipper of NAS Cecil Marine
estimated; $3\\ ,20a to personnel Barracks.
board the base who found Cmdr. G. L. Gray new VF-
selves in need of financial 174 skipper.
The Society marked the 61st
Biggest bill
pay yet voted
helping its own people through for armed forces.

January.The : VF-11 gets a new commanding
ribbon on the renovated : : : ) : ,; .-f\ officer off the coast of Spain as
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enlarged ,commissary: was cut ." .
'tc,>, Cmdr. W. Mumma relieves
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make grocery shopping better Cmdr. S. D. Stewart.
easier for NAS Cecil \ :
VA-106
wins Atlantic
Fleet attack -
FEBRUARYAfter I squadron,CNO Safety Award
.. for
.22.vears of playtngbasketb"all '.' year.
r .,
) and volleyball outdoors : ., "
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In;the hanger spaces, NAS' : : ",';:f' SEPTEMBER
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got a new gym. RAdm. Rob :{,.>"..,., ,, ( ,
Goldthwalte, Commander \ .<.! ;',,',!:;. VF-31 'moves to NAS Oceana.
Air Jacksonville, dedicated ; \ .J'r'.'''''
gym and: '.'spoke at the :
y ; a '-1'1\\" VFP-62's Executive Officer
drive, for .the ,Federal : .\t"':', ;. ;, Cmdr. A. S. Wilhite becomesnew
l Joint Crusade: bOth events skipper.
-
r place on the.same,day. a'u. Was on Waste Program beings,
The station Seabees wined,
takes aim at $50,000 cost re-
ned and danced at NAS "
> duction at NAS Cecil.
to eletr) te their 23 i CVW-10 returns from Med
NAS! 'Cecil' played host to after six months with Shangri-
Fla. Ga. Service. La in Med.
bowling : *and volleyball / Four month extensions for all
to fly to
nai 1nt'S.l The station's volleyball Navy and Marine Corps personnel
entry, came out as a goes' into effect.
over the 11 other military
YoemanPat NAS Cecil goes to dogs as Rod
MARCH Integration and Gun Club sponsors one on
supply the biggest dog field trials In
Work began on the lakes Northern Florida.
the station to help Improve Ground broken for new
natural resources of the base, shakedown $400,000 chapel on "D" Ave.

Seabees.projects were undertaken. *by- car-

Aircraft Maintenance Christiansen OCTOBERAll
the 1964 Captain's Cup at the monthly officer of
personnel Inspection. It
Air De-
the third time In a,row that servicemen get $10,000
won the cup. The trophy worth of life Insurance at rate
retired to the department., of $2 a month.
NAS Cecil's.. helicopter VA-15 moves to NAS Cecil
called on. to pull three from NAS Jax, transition s Intoa
fishermen from rough jet outfit after phasing out the
seas. U:. F, J. Lakeway of the bag Skyralder.
,Ltcdr. P.. H. l Kcrchner I that Lcdr. VA-64 completes "Operation
the 'copter ,which brought ( surgeon Wayfarer", a mission that took
men'to safety. be one of Lancer pilots 'over 85,000. miles-
Fast action on 'the part of moon after across the U. S.
Navy at:NAS Cecil played, was an- Joel, Galpern a '.17yearold
In saving the :life of a ; moon shot. University of :Florida labortory,technician who was bit joins his wins the stations first annual indoor -:
'. eo by. a coral: snake In Louisville : ,'commanding handball tournament.
Ky.. Ltcdr. ,Carrol .Qansen at NAS Cecil Operations 'brings' In 'the
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.u. after he takes command of ,
ties were minor and Albert ended ; : VA-106 100,000 ground controlled"approach -
,his military life In POW CVW-3 'returns from ;a' seven landing here.U
camp the Jacksonville ZOO mlnth Med deployment aboard
. Disbursing moves from the USS Saratoga.
S Supply Building to Building 4 ,Cecil sailor Jerry Markham NOVEMBERThree

to make room for Data ProcessIng -_ thought he'was dreaming when
and the 3M System. he got a set of orders to chauf
Cmdr. R. D. Carter assume fer 20 beauties around Dayton hundred scattergunners
1. .command of VA-34 aboard the .Beach In the"Miss Dixie Page- bang away at opening of new .
USS Saratoga.: ant". When he got back he skeet range.VA45 .
An underground fire burned for assured ,everyone he wasn't as suprises all and sweeps
six days before Navy and civ- he recalled eight days of the best through Fairfax, AlrLant touch
ilian firefightersestinguishedthe duty a sailor could have. football tournament. "Blackbirds" -
invisible fire. Cmdr. M. E. Malan returns lose out In final game of
to NAS Cecil, this time as skip Atlantic Fleet play.
per of VA-44. Cmdr. R. L, Lawjer. becomesnew
t 'r JUNE Landlocked sailor Don Krip- VA-46 skipper. ,
pendorf sets his sails on an Officers' Wives' Club raise

'J4.- New A7A attack jet rolls alongon Olympic berth on America's. five' nearly $3,000 for charity at
Christmas
schedule. Due for phasinginto meter entry. Bazaar.
VA-64 and 66 leave for seven
Navy use at NAS Cecil next
month Med Cruise on America.
summer. Cecil Field gets an ex-Army
Cmdr. J. G. Wissler becomesCO Sergeant, Lt. W. A. Smith, asa
of VF31. Cmdr. M. D. new chaplain.Cmdr. DECEMBERMarines
Barr moved up from the executive E. M. Porter, a former
post in VA-64 to become test pilot.takes the helm of VA- regain NAS Cecil intramural -
skipper of the "Blacklancers". 41. In another change of com- football crown after
Navy Exchange builds new mand Cmdr. G. C. Walker become romping: through season undeat-
snack bar in Hanger 67 area. CVW-3 boss.

Lt. Bill Scarbrough repearsas Battle "EV goes to VF-62 ed.MSgt.. Steve Burek wins station
winner of the 13th annual Cecil and VA-12 for fiscal.1985.) golf championship.Congressman; .
Field Invitational Golf Tour- Ground is broken for new $2.5 Charles E.Ben
nament. million hanger nett says that VFP-62 will moveto
Six million dollars appropriated Turner Air Force Base after
for construction at NAS Cmdr. DD) base cutbacks.
J. M. Bannister builds announces\
Cecil for nine major projects.. first air strip In Vietnam with Sixty-five! fo the most expensive -

CONSTRUCTION/ PLAYED a big part In, the 1965 Cecil future Three of Cecil gold ahead whole after hats being have, \1CB 10 then moves here to'NAS flight helmets the Navy has
Cecil are Cecil
field .to-become. : Public Work being tested at WAS
r story. selected for warrent officer Officer. Flight Physiology. .

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Copt. Stott Tours


East Pac VPinstallations



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Capt. Harry B. Stott, Commander : t. + : "
t Fleet Air Wing Eleven, :
i departed NAS Jax on Dec.,13for
what was to be a round-
robin tour of East Pac Patrol
Squadron installations.His i
fist stop was at Ford Nyi.Lrr
= Island, Hawaii, to visit the Head
quarters of Commander: Antisub- Y
marine Warfare Force,U.S.Pac-
ific Fleet, VAdm. J. T. Hay-
ward. During the captain's call
he was briefed on current operations -
and problems encounteredby
East Pac VP squadrons.
VENCENT AVVEWRE, DO SOLEMNLY' 'SWEAR. With From Ford Island, Capt. Stott FIRST ANNIVERSARY. .Capt. Sherman E.I bright.. Officer
this familiar oath Avven/re, ABH2, added another 4 years to departed for Adak, Alaska, to In.Charge of the Fleet Weather Facility, cuts the cake commemorating ,
the twenty he has already accumulated. While his lenght of participate in change of command the unit's first anniversary at NAS Jax. Also
service many not set any records, the fact that, at 60 years ceremonies for Patrol participating In the ceremonies are Lcdr. Thomas J. Brewer
of age, Avven/re Is somewhat older than the average sailor H.Squadron Forty-Five. Cdr. J. (left), Weather Services Officer, and Cdr. John W. Kldd Asst. 'r
might. Bom In 1915 In Naples, Italy, wen/re/ //of nee// the Hume Chapman as commanding relieved Cdr.officer David of OtnC. ,Before the unit moved to HAS they had their ''headquarters
Navy In 1945, and reported to HAS Jax In 1964. WitnessingCapt. the squadron. In Miami, Fla.fli .
J. R. rAackroth, Commanding Officer, administer the
oath are his wife, Agaplta, and Lt. T. V. Vigorito, '''Security Patrol Squadron 45 Is home
Officer. based at NAS Jax, but is pre-
sently situated in Adak. The WT PEfl.!
squadron deployed' In the summerof
YA-64 Pilot BecomesAmerica' o 1965 and is expected to return -
sometime this month.
OF HOME
COMPLETE LINE
Capt. Stott introduced RAdm.R. t
E. Riera, Commander Alas- (if
1st Centurion Furnishings- Appliances
5 kan Sea Froniter, who was guest
speaker for the ceremonies. FINANCING FOR MILITARY FREE DELIVERY! '

Lieutenant Dennis B. Nichols, while the America was cruising in Prior to the change of com-
a pilot in VA-64 home based at the Tyrrhenian Sea off the coast mand ceremonies, Capt. Stott
NAS Cecil Field,became the USS ,of Italy.In was the guest of VP-45's gen- FLORIDA Furniture MART I.
America's first"Centurian"last addition to flying the A4C eral mess for lunch were he visited E
month when he logged his 100th Skyhawk jet, the Navy's smallest, with .the,,men of the squad 6263 ROOSEVELT BLVD. IW ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES
arrested landing of the flight deck nuclear capable attack aircraft, ,
of this country's newest attack Lt. Nichols serves as the"Black- ron.Capt.. Stott departed Adak via
carrier. lancers" landing signal officer.In Moffett Field, Calif., for Jack-
VA-64 is presently in the Mediterranean this job he is responsible for sonville on Dec. 17,arriving back
on the America's first guiding other aircraft down the at NAS on Sunday, Dec. 19. Headquarters Co.
extended deployment since her flight path to a safe touch down
commissioning. and arrestment on the flight deck. ,
Lt. Nichols landing was made Lt. Nichols is an Academy r .'
graduate of the class of '61. In
"- 1962 he earned hia aViat
wings. Ii 0{
He, his wife Carolyn and their cep NIP THE DRIP" .. .
four children reside at 3805: Lane
Ave. S., in Jacksonville.

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.x 1965: Ghia Coupe, R&II . . .$1995

G 1963 Ghia Conv., R&II . . .$1600 .for 150,000 '

{t 1963 Ghia Coupe, R&II . . .$1495,

1964 Ghla Coupe, R&II; '. . .$1695' servicemen
,
a year; .: :

1964 Double Cabin Pickup, R&H.$1595
.r,: 1962 Double'Cabin Pickup, R&II '. .. .$1295 Need extra ',money., promptly? See .

Household Finance, ,HFC .has loans to

I, 1963 Deluxe Stnroof.Wagen.$1505: he1p'you'pay..bitfs, buy. 'a'better'car, take
1962,Deluxe Sta.;.Wagon. ... ,.... O' .','. .. ..$1295 leave. '. '' I t
a meet need Yoit borrow
1961,'Std. Wagen. .. .*; ;,......,.. .. : .. ::. .$1095: any : '
confidently, repay conveniently. :'No.

1965: VW Sedan.'.l, ,-. ; ".. .#. .. . .$1795 wonder so many servicemen make House* '

Fully equipped with air cond., demonstrator. hold their "headquarters company".' for:- I

'1964 VW Sedans, Specials. . . .$1395: money help. You're welcome, tool : :

1963 VW Sedans . . . .$1250 : :: : ;
LT. NICHOLS sets down 1962 VW Sedans . . . .$1095 F .
from his A4C after Borrow to
Skyhawk 1961 VW Sedan. . . . . .' .$895: up $600
becoming Centurian.the USS America'sfirst 1965: VW Sunroof, equipped . . .$1650 Take up to 24 months to repay 1

1964 1500-S Sedan.". . . ; .$1795


CHURCH OF CHRIST 7750 So. Lone Ave. HOUSEHOFINANCE

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10:00: A.M. Bible Study 25 West Forsyfh St.-Phone: 355-9683 .:'.
11:00: A.M. Worship ,
6:00: P,M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS g Cedar Hills Shopping Center
3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581
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I h I[- Jacksonville EBHHHHMHHHBHHHBHBB BHHBHH Area Civil Service News J I






...... :' College Students WorkIn
|r Recent CSRetirements I

i;,

O&R Co-op ProgramIn .

? ., -
U a December od, the Quality along with their classroom
Assurance Group of the Overhauland grades.
). i Repair Department receiveda There are 10 Co op studentsin During the past month we have
__
I Christmas present deluxe.It Quality Assurance at present, experienced more retirementsthan
I i\\ _) and five on the job other time
wasn't planned as a present, five at school at any in the
but it turned out to be useful, (one billet takes care of two history of the Naval Air Station.
t gave lasting benefit, paid for itself students). This has brought inot focus the
. able asset. If that is not a Christmas in? Let's look and see . the Jax Air News, listing
3 present deluxe, then I don't Our first Co op student was some of our dedicated employees -
N know what is. William T. Walters (Terry). He who have rendered long and
The "present" is the Cooperative is enrolled in the School of Mech- faithful service to our Govern-
Student Engineer Training anical Engineering at the Univer- ment. Among those who retired -
Program, instituted and administered sity of Florida. Terry Is a senior are:
by the Quality Assurance now and plans on taking graduate
Group. Our Co-op work immediately upon grad- OVERHAUL & REPAIR DEPT.

Program starts with a contract- uation. Terry came aboard on the Angel A. Abagon, Helper Air-
FOUR CIVIL SERVICE employees/ at HAS Cecil retired last ural agreement with nearby 21st of April 1964 and is now craft Mechanic (Rubber), formverly -
month with a combined total of over 100 years federal ser colleges and/or universities working his third term In the 0 a chief steward in the Navy,
vice. Shown receiving their retirement certificates from offering degrees in engineering. & R Department.He with Civil Service for another
Copf '5. D. Wright, station commanding officer are (I to r); Students enrolled in these has been assigned to workIn 17 years in O&R, has decidedto
0, Mr. Walter DeBoer, 24 9 months, public works utilities schools may elect to participate nearly all of the Branchesin stay in Jacksonville and spend
Perry in the Co-op Program. A Quality Assurance, one full his retirement fishing and hunt-
S \i, : Mr. Thomas E. 28 years, 10 months, public ,
Government the term In Weapons Engineering the
works activitiy screens ing throughout area.
maintenance and Mr. Robert F. Hamilton
; 28 years, lists of prospective Co ops and Is currently serving a stintIn
supply. (Missing from photo Mr. C. T. Whittle, 20 years, 9 and! hires them. The students the Production Engineering Orin L. Allen, Airframes Me-
months, of public works maintenance.) work and attend school alternately Group. We have watched Terry chanic, with service since April

one term at school, one develope into a man capable of 1947 to present, Is going to"takeIt
one term at work. doing a man's work. Some of the easy' .
BUY BUY BUY They advance on the Job as they feats Terry has "racked up"
mature and contribute to the include: George J. Arnold, Foreman
overall mission effectiveness of Investigation of a aircraft and Mechanic (Aircraft Plant Main-

U. S. BondsBUY the activity. For instance,fresh- engine deficiencies. tenance), who served from April
Buy Savings men are hired at the GS 2 Determining reliability trends 1941 through 30 December 1965,
level and may advance to GS 5 for specified aircraft and engine plans to Interest himself in the
in their senior year. The studentsare components. field of Interior decorating in the
BUY BUY graded on their efforts on the Recommending design improve- future.
job and these evaluations becomea ments for certainfluencingdepthand
f. part of their scholastic record, sequence of work. Jesse E.Bivings,Aircraft Electrician -
Collecting, analyzing,and charting -
K with us since April 1949,
: reliability data on engines. intends to do some traveling and
Assisting in an aircraft crash has several offers to enhance his

A investigation. As you can see, Social Security..
CHRISTMAS BILLS
? .
4 bit; > Co -jop students ear,their: pay. ;,..- T, I,
; Terry me mopern" tHarry
., represents Clark, Production Con-
,t' i
t l irirr) cr'' .r generation. He likes the modern troller, with us since October
;' w, f'i dances and music,football,pizza, 1944, will "keep busy around
cokes, and girls. He is serious, the house.*
.i but has a quick wit accompaniedby
.
: '
': a. a sense of humor. The Jokeshe Robert H. Cole, Buffer and

... ... like best are those he tells Polisher, who has been employedat
.
'I .. '"' on himself.He NAS since February 1941, will
'; ,"f">-.'.' ...r )... knows how to save money preach the gospel, hunt and fish
I well it. He uses'the
as spend during his retirement.
..... I" : his college expenses. Terry
\ .. .. ..... .. ,
-- ..111, '. 10.- doesn't smoke or drink by Czerl B. Corbin, Chief Quar-
': choice ( he just doesn't want terman (Aircraft Plant Maintenance -
,j them.) Some day someone is ), employed since March 1941
i J"0' .. ':.>, ;,: going to hire Terry as an En- intends to move down state to a
: I : :"""r.-, gineer. I hope it's O&R place that he has and maybe builda
., JAX.We few cabanas for others to enjoy.
; 1 -
'-01. have others here pretty
t ..,. ... fIo-. '. much like Terry. We're pick- William E. Dana, Machinist,
,.r ing on him because he is our employed since December 1941,
... ...., .. L"' AS'u"& oldest that is, he has been intends to spend his retirementIn
1 --W. '
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with us longest. You hardly
;, can his hobby of woodworking,
refer to Terry as "oldestat cabinet making and doing a lot
'. J."I.! Wo age 22. It is our aim to Interest of fishing.
It, !! "'" these young men In a
career with the U. S. Govern- William H. Dougherty, Air-
ment, preferably O&R JAX. frames Mechanic, has definite
i r Pay 'em off with a These Co-op students get plans except to retire "when the
something more than money and time Is right". "lie has been
.
( hard work for their efforts. They employed since September 1942.
i CREDIT UNION LOAN get a chance to work with mature

t experienced Engineers and Tech- Irene T. Duke, Clerk, who has
>! nicians. This day-to-day inter- been with us since Februaryl956and
t
When those monthly bills stack up higher than the change of ideas teaches self re- had previous service, has
i t. take-home pay, you can use some Credit Union help. leance, confidence, and human no definite plans but to retire.
:, t When bills pile up and things look dark, stop in and ." *.'t'" relations as no textbook ever
t S see us about a bill-consolidation loan. could. When these men step out Henry B. Easterling, Quart-
Into the world, sheepskin In
erman Airframes Mechanic, Retired -
," hand, they will be ready to take USN, has decided to retire -
S ; BUDGET. FITTING. TERMS .LOWEST INTEREST RATES BORROWERS. INSURANCE their place among their peerson Civil Service; says he's
; : Si equal terms. "just tired".
\
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Ralph B. Edwards, who has
been with us since September
i Jtet 1941, has decided to "leave it
Nauntteltat
; with the other fellows".


Michael A. George, Production
Dispatcher, is going to see his
: CREDIT liMON folks in Pennsylvania, "do some

.. F. chores", and play a lot of golf
I \ I' when he gets back.

: ,' JAX HAS. Bldg. 39 0 CECIL/ FIELD BLDG. 26
Leading-
Malcolm C. Hearn,
Tel/:.384-4121. or Base Ext. 8507 '; i f ; SP 1.3211, Ext. 205 man Airframes Mechanic, is

Hours: Mon. Fri. 9:30.4:30 Hours, : Mon. Fri. 8:30.3:00 leaving to expand his florist bus

TERRY WALTERS iness. Mr. Hearn' has been withus
since August 1941.

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I. *IfYaAskUs9 Tuition Aid 111'

For NavyStudents I I NFO NOTES j

The new year to many is Jonas N. Swecker, YN2,Pro- .
,: synonomous with making resolutions blems, Habits, At least once each month, and Increase In Social Security
for self improvement.The Grudges, Promises more often when we have"NEW" Tax:
'If Ya Ask Us' reporter and info, an article will be published
,', travelled around etc., I feel A recent notice from the Commandant about 'some phase of your pay. The Federal Insurance Con-
a.'k NASJax should be solved of the Sixth Naval Dis- To be well informed, read our tribution Act rate will be increased -
this week" to as they trict stated that the district has article regularly on this page effective 1 January 1966
ask whatresolutions arise, not put funds for the Navy Tuition Aid under the headline"NFO from 3.625ft to 43 k The new
.. 4 did off 'till the New Program for Off-Duty Education NOTES". maximum taxable base will be
t' you make" for Year to resolr SWECKER which are expected to satisfy all Withholding Tax 'Statements $6.600 vice 4800.
1966? ,, ve. I think a good resolution for aid requirements for the rest of (W-2)): There Is no stipulation on timein
Lt. RusselK. us all to make is to try harderto the fiscal year.In service or time remaining on
Schutz My solve everday situations before other words,if you have been Withholding tax statements will active duty for enlisted personnel -
1966 resoluSCHUTZ they snowball into a complicated thinking about going to collegein be delivered with your payday but officers must have two
",. tton is to knock down on the avoirdupois condition." your off-duty time and you check of 13 January 1966. years of obligated active service
by about 4540 grams.K. Ella r:. Bronson, PN3 "1 would like the Navy to foot part Notes about your W-2: remaining at the completion of
D. Reynolds. YNC As resolve to drink Sego regularly, of the bill now Is the time to act. course work.
Lt. Schulz is be on time for But you had better move fast. Taxable pay included in your Senior Officers: Effective 1
.,'". my divisionof- ,. work, and to Registration has been goingon W-2 is: January 1966 the monthly deduc-
ficer I resolve :.. pass the next this week at area colleges 1. Base pay earned January tion for FICA must be reinstatedon
to lose 9080 l f" i. service exam. I and the dead-line for registering through December 1965. your pay record. The tax will
grams. I also f J I will also : late is drawing near. In 2. Dislocation Allowance be withheld at the rate of 4.2ft<<
resolve to. ,_ ..... smile at my ....... this area there are three coll- PAID to you on or after 1 Jan- until the maximum deduction of
catch bigger ., fs receipts when eges and universities at which the uary 1965. (Dislocation Allow- $277.20 is reached.
and more fish. \'< they check a- Navy has been granting Naval ance paid to you between 1 Jan-
l' 'Seriously, I REYNOLDS board without BRONSON personnel tuition aid, they are uary thru 30 June 1965 is tax- Paydays:
hope to improve myself physically orders, bowl at least twice a Jacksonville University, St. able, but no tax has been with- Military paydays for Januaryand
In 1966. week, and enjoy San Diego, Cali- John's River Junior College at held or reported on your W-2)). February 1966 are as follows:
fornia. Last, but not least, bea 3. Incentive and / Haz-
or
Orange Park and Palatka and 13
Verl L. Fowles, PN3 I January ((13 days pay)
real sailor. ardous .
"I resolve to lady the University of Florida at Pay.Warrant 27 January ((14 days pay)
:::;
I advance, my "'':n'li': '7fJ11 John G. Kuhn, SN I will Gainsville. Officers and Enlisted 10 February ((13 days pay)
Under the tuition Aid Programthe 24 February '- ((14 days )
self through the \ not flunk out of my second semester pay
'ruse of cor't" at JU night ;" .',' Navy will pay up to $14.25 Personnel: The payday of 13 January and
respondancecourses ,_ school. I will per semister hour of credit the All base pay, Incentive or Haz 10 February 1966 will include
dur- cut down on student earns at a recognized ardous Duty pay, Dislocation Allowance Incentive and Hazardous duty pay
ing 1966. also : :. smoking from college or university. The Reenlistment, allow- earned the preceeding month.
resolve to do 2 packs to 1 amount of aid given by the Navy ance and Lump Sum Leave earn- Paydays which fall after a 31-
the one thing FOWLESI pack a day cannot exceed 75 per cent of the ed while serving in a Combat day month '913 Jan and 10 Feb),
hourly tuition rate. The studentcan while there is one day the 31st-of
haven't got around to last year because of j Zone or hospitalized as a *
and that's learn to play the guitar lack of breath take as many night coursesas result of wounds, disease, or the two week period for which no
I bought six months ago. further lately. I will KUHN he desires but he can receive Injury incurred while serving ina pay is earned. As a result,
f only aid for a maximumof Combat Zone has been excluded you receive a 13 day payday in
resolve to not put my nose inanyone's make PN3 as a result of the ,
j seven semester hours. from taxable earned lieu payday. What
business except my own. February exams, with a little pay on your February
To become more active in church, studying, and I will try to Improve Course work must be such that W-2. about It is based on
and to remember that I have a my overall moral will contribute towards, college Officers ((0-1 J and above): a 30-day month, so you will earn
daughter or son coming in June standards behaviour during degree, a foreign language, or pay for two days that do not exist.
so I have to save more money. this new year." will benefit the person in his Will have up to $200.00 per On 10 March you will receive 16
Navy work. Restrictions onwhat month: excluded. ,days pay.,
aid will be for
tuition granted
Comfort in Dentist Chair are made at 6ND headquarters.The Sick Pay (not a result of
first step in receiving Combat): c
'
I Tuition aid is to be admittedto CanYou

the college or university..After Forms required 1 by the,Inter.,
'.: .' Aided By Modern DentistryDon't this the student*should go to hisI ,nal ,Revenue Service to deduct TAKE YOUR CAR
and E Office and fill out a Sick Pay will be available at the WITH YOlf ?
tuition aid form. I and E per- Navy Finance Office. We will assist For Financing and Insurance
let fear of pain resultin They clean out decayed enamel sonnel advise that the studentbe you In determining the cor- Stateside and Overseas. Call
costly delays in dental treat- with a fraction of the pressure ready to foot the entire costs rect amount of claim, providedyou DYER M. BURR
ment. and in a fraction of the time of the course in case the funds have the necessary dates. GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES '
Modern dentistry has at hand required by low speed instru- do not come in in time for fee FINANCE CORPORATIONand
the means to reduce eliminate ments. They also spray a jet payments or the applicant Is not Per Diem and mileage allow-
pain completely. Yet fear of pain of water on the tooth to keep the accepted by the, school. ances paid on Public Vouchersfor INTERNATIONAL SERVICE ;
is a major reason why three out tooth cool. This helps eliminate For more information on the official travel performed dur- INSURANCE COMPANY
of five Americans don't visit another major cause of dis- Tuition Aid Program contact yourI ing this calendar year have not 5616 Timuquona' Rd. 771.0527
their dentist even once in a year. comfort, -- the heat generatedby and E Office. been included in your W2. 0
Fear is your enemy in two the rapidly revolving bur.
ways. Aside from anesthetics and the
First of all, delayed dental high speed instruments, the .
treatment means a worsening of measures you take yourself are We Could Make A
the problem. Treatment becomes the best safeguard against pain.
more difficult and more Take good care of your teeth.
expensive. Discomfort is harderto Give them the daily stood care Comparison Of The Features
and obtain
advoid. they require regular,
Secondly, studies show that the routine checkups by your family
.. very fear of pain may cause it. dentist. If you give him the opportunity Offered By Our Fiat 1100
,
> For example, it's been found : he will detect dif-
that about 40 per cent of patients ficulties early before they
suffering pain experience relief Jf become major disorders. Early With The 9
given a placebo an Injection treatment Is seldom unpleasantIt's
which resembles a pain killer really up to you.
but which has no pain relieverin VOLKSWAGEN
it. i

Further, about 10 per cent SIMCA
of patients having teeth extracted ''
experience no pain if neither they OFFICEPSYCHOLOGICAL
nor their dentist know the I or SUNBEAM

:,. injected solution is a placebo. '
Where pain is concerned, fear WARFARE e DATSUNTOYOTA .{
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itself is you biggest problem.If ,4' ; ':, ,
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dental treatment is likely to :: i {
cause discomfort, your dentist
.. will give you an anesthetic in t '
advance of treatment. These
anesthetic.; i in block pain com- But If We Did It Would Embarrass, Them!
pletely and are without\ harmful
effects. Local anesthetics and
analgesics are used routinely in So ;
Drop By And Drive Their Car
dental offices today, and, where '. ,
major dental surgery Is required,

take a patient advantage can be of hospital hospitalized surgi-to : Then Step All The Way Up To Fiat.

cal equipment and general anes- { I "
thestics. }
New high speed cutting instruments v
or drills are another !t+ ', 't ,
development In the flight against : ::. '
n i; r CA.RS I
discomfort in the dental chair. of'p
cutting instruments "IOONT THINK .YOU '
Dentist use
\
," that work at speeds of from 30,000 COULD GIVE ME A THREE //p\ttWA\tJ11Ja.ck..soxxv-ile\ ] \ :

';r.., to over 250,000 revolutions per DAY PASS EVEN IF YOU ..
minute. WANTED TO SIR ../
These speeds reduce bone 1037 HENDRICKS AVE. 39S5746I
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JOHN' .'HARDY SHOES, 'HOYT High Fidelity Center NANCY SCOTT the VOGUE SHOP ,
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': : 2 Piece KNIT SUITS. . .$130.00 $$16.90' '

,Hens',! HOUSE SUPPERS. ... . .Original.$J2.90 $2.22 Sale. .' All our ANDY WILLIAMS/ / ant* NAT KING COLE'RECORDS: :' ", '. SKIRTS and/ ''SWEATER 'Sets. ,l',_' ,. . ., ., ..30.00 $$16.90' DRESSES S, COATS, SPORTSWEAR, .nj JEWELRY.. ..%.:,Ufh % Q F.1'' :.J,. .';

tfens''. HOUSE SLIPPERS . .' ., 2.90 $l.f"{ ; Mono, was, $$3.49 $$2.79 *tere was $$4:39: ,$$3.7f'.'. ''' ': Seaton Hall BLAZERS .'. .. .. .J6:00 J : < $$10.90' ,:',' ,' t)...-' ,', ''t:' "
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tfens'' DRESS SHOES. . 7.90 $5.55 25% OFF': .". Ma/Jen/ / 'Form BRAS. '. .' ,. . 3.95 $$2.95.: : .. : GALLERY 't. '; *..Vu: ;::{:,
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v Stereo TAPES '
J/o/ I Pre Recorded .,
'' SUEDE . .. . Maiden/ Form ,GIRDLES. . .1 7X.OO( O $$7.99.,. ,. ', \ ;
Mens' 6.90 $3.33 1
SHOES : : -
Capitol 4 speed/'K/DD/ PLAYERSwa : *''W5? $$1".95'" ,SELECTED. GIFTS . . . .25% ft ,50% OFF :
\ Trim, PANTIES. .To 3.00 :$$1.00. 91 3 flf f f $$2.90' "
I : 25 "" Lace : ,' :
.. RUSSELL STOVER E/ectro-Vo/cc/ / DIAMOND NEEDLES % OFF t. FOODFAMt > < s -4" '
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F>U/T/ CAKES . . .$53.95 $$2.00 Scotch RECORDING TAPE <." *' ,".: ,25% OFF, .. F.W. WOOIWORTH Blue CHEER, Giant Pkg.:. . .. .0 . "49$ ILIBBY'S I\' :

KING, Bicycle .nli Hobby Shop.. : All// Fisher/ CONSOLES/ Stock ;' '"'.: 25 5% O OFF f'':" ,",> SUPER BALLS. Mall.Store. Only. ''It .. .' .98* ,64$' / 'Sliced PINEAPPLE. Save 77* .'. '3 No.,2Cans,! ; "$$1.00 :

GEISENHOF'S' ", New Asst'a1' Plastic FLOWERS . .., .. '. .10j* '3$, 61. FRE-MAR 700% Pore MAYONNAISE. Save 74* .Qt..Ja<** J., 39'( I
; $$8.25 '
Classic/ "Viper" Ready to Run SLOT CAR $577.00 )
y SUZY GUNS. . . . . . < .7.99 $1.53 Your Choice' Coffee SALE .Save 20* Lo. _- :
: U Unique/ 'SLOT CARS Ready to Run. .7.95-70.95 $$5.95-$8.49' $ Original Sale ,_ Food Fair COFFEE . ... .7 7 Lo. Con -,,/ .5ft -.. I .
Hold . . . '. 66C
AQUA NET Super Spray .99 $ '
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Taste COFFEE . . .7 7 Lb. .7
Fyne Bag.
Reve//// SLOT CARS, 7/24/ 7/25/ and 7/32/ 6.00 $$4.95 . . $$3.95 49' .
Battery Operated BAR MIXERS $J5.95 ;'" AQUA NET Regular . . . . . 9921.00* /$ Regular or Drip Grind "f .

Schwinn White Side Wall TIRES . . 3.95 $$2.90'0 'Spanish SPICE RACK . . . . 7.95 $$5.95 Cannon TOWELS . . . . . 98* 67$ Fresh Fancy Yellow// ON/ONS./ . . 5t I Ik.15C : '

: Bicycle, TUBES. All Sizes . . .'7.75 $$1.29" ... Modem/ ASH TRAYS, All Colors .0. . 3.00-fO 25% OFF 75% Cotton, 25% Nylon Long Loop Pile 9X72 RUG.24.99 $$18.88 Fresh Economical/ Collard// GREENS. . b'Mcb5lb. :
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Bicycle SADDLE BASKETS. . . 4.95 $3.49. All JADE EAST. . . . . 2.50-70 25% 0 OFF Decorator Style BEDSPREADS, Twin or Full 70.95 $$6.88 Fresh Firm/ Green CABBAGE" . . ( .. ;

1 Brevettata; "Classic" EXERC/ZER/ . 774.95 $$78.95 Sliver.Finish COASTERS. . . .' '.,5.95 $$3.95 8 Transistor Antique TELEPHONE RADIO . 29.95 $$19.95' '5 Fresh 'Sweet Juicy Florida/ / ORANGES. ..'" 211z.[.49'(

LEEDS SHOES, Original/ / / Sale/ r, PURCELL'S' Ladies Broken Lot CAPRIS, Asst'c/' / Styles. 7.99,8.. 2.99$$1.00 |,U r Fresh PORK LOIN/ Rib/ or Loin/ Ho//// ,.- *.!->. ;. '. :jI. ..oJ .,n Ib. \{

f American Girl, DRESS SHOES. . .' . .$170.99 $$6.97' ,-, 'I'It w;" Original Sale Ladies White/ Canvas SNEAKERS, New Shipment.; .7.99.00$! |,U r Beef' CHUCK'STEAK. '. . ., .' 59'( Ib. ; !:

t Natural Bridge, 'STACKED HEELS' .. . .. .74.99 $$9...Z,, .<"" (> ::-1 Famous Make' 'SHIRTWAISTS." .' .. .' .. .. .' .' .' .. .$J23.00','., ;$$15.00. 'J'' '* Wicker LAUNDRYBASKET.', ,(. !' '. .. '. '. .. -. v77. ,.. :415f7st \* ," 1\\.. '" :';'" Beef' POT ROAST' *. :., . 0 . ,, .\ ., ... I ,..*'9flb.' \ '. ."It'' "

t Auditions; '$STACKED HEELS.' .J.. '. . ,. 74.99 $$9.97' jf. ; Famous Make 'SWEATERS.' . . . 13.00 $$9.00' .; Quo//ty// ,NYLONS. . . . . . 493/$1.00* /$ i\' FYNE-TASTE"TomotoCATSUP.: *"* ,S Snve '16* 4 420 oi.Bott/M$1.00 8; / $ o '. ".'*"'. ,

California Cobblers, 'STACKED HEELS.' . 72.99 $$9.97' '7 )'. Famous Make 'SKIRTS . . . . 75.00 $$10.00 Plastic KITCHEN WARE, Asst'a1.' / . . 2.49 $$1.66 :-: ,::) FRANZ Grope DRINK. 'Saye 74* . Big 57 Ox. Bottle 25$ '

Miss Wonderful/ Wht. and Blk. WORK OXFORDS .8.99 $$3.97 ,.?I : Wool/ CAPRI PANTS . '. . to 77.00. 2 for $$13.00 VANITY W/M/rrow/ / Cold Finish . . 79.95 $$14.47 CHILI With/ / Beans, IMP Brand./ .Reg 5 (for' $$1 2 15'Ox. Can 29' '

Lisa Debs, DRESS SHOES. .. 74.99 $$9.97 Famous Make Print SHIRTS. . . 7.00 2 for $$9.00 FURCHGOTT'SMisses' : New 'SECRET Spray DEODERANT. > .''Save 45* 4 Ox. Can 53$ J''

I . . . . 7.99 $$4.97 "
Leeds WHISTLE/ BATES Mink Collared COATS. . . . .fo 745.00 $$108.00 : G. C. MURPHY
t! American Girl, PLAIN PUMPS . . . 8.99 $$4.97 DRESSES and FORMALS, . .fo 765.00 U Up II f Ie J% 0 OFF Or/onKn/f/ (/!) / COA T.DRESS. . . .$J7S.OO $$12.99 .

: FLAIR FABRICS Original Sale WOOL SUITS and KNITS . .to 770.001/3/ tO 1/2/ 0 OFF Misses'' Pastel DRESS: Orion( Wool/, Bonded. .. .76.00 $$11.99 ;' Girls 7-74 DRESSES .$52.98 & 2 (for, $55.00 $$1."

Misses'' Cotton Flannel PAJAMAS, Pin-Striped.' .6.00 $$3.99 Ladies/ Fur Trimmed'SKIPPERS . . $57.98 $$1.37 .. .
.. Yl PRICE Sport SUITS. to 40. 013} / tO 1 12/ OFF
REMNANTS, Giant Selection '
I plus many other items. Masses' Cotton Flannel WALTZ-GOWNS, Printed. .6.00 $$3.99' .; Girls "Fuzzy" SLIPPERS 72-3. ..99ft ""e$ I i
Pinwale/ CORDUROY' Machine Washable .$57.79 yd. 68C$ LIGGETT REXALL Misses'' Nylon SHELLS' FullFashlonec.7.009/ $$4.99' 7 Piece Cast Aluminum COOKWARE. ., $59.95 $$6.44' ;::

t Abbots Fancy WOOLENS, Solids and Fancies. .5.95 $4.00yil.> $ '. Mfsses'' Jeweled/ / Cardigan/ 'SWEATERS, Lined. ...78.00-23 $$13.99. Girls JACKETS Sizes 7-14. ViOFF,
Wool TWEEDS, 60 inches Wide . . .4.98 yc/$4.00yd./ $ Original Sale
Misses'' Classic Cardigan 'SWEATERS .7.99 $$5.99" SWEATERS 8-76. .54.98$ .25.00/$ $$2.57
Rexall TOOTH BRUSHES. . . Reg. 69 Imported. Boys Button, OF 'tfl.
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Assorted WOOLENS, Solids Herringbones/ .2.98 yd.* $$2..00,11.I ". Brite Set HAIR SPRAY . . . 98* 19C$' G/r/sf/ / Sizes. 3-6X Famous Label 'SWEATERS. .4.00-5 $$1.99" Boys Button 'SWEATERS .53.98 $$1.99" I''"
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Men SUITING 60 Inches Wide . 4.98 / $
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swear $2.00/4.' / Electric VAPORIZER. 8 Hr. Automatic/ .6.95 Value $$4.19 Girls'' Sizes 7-74 Famous Label S'fEA'( TfRS. .6.00-8 $$2.99' Boys HoooW/ Sweat 'SHIRTS.$57.VV "99$ ,,:, (.' .. ,

Peter Pan Cotton SURDH, Beautiful Prints. .7.59 ya'.ll.OOycl.$ .,.. HERSHEY BARS . ... Reg.: 49* 3 for $$1.00 PreTeen Girls'' 8-76 Famous Laoe/SWEATERS!/.,) <.8.00-70 $$3.99" Assorted Cotton &. Blend FABRICS. .' 47* 3 ,yJs. $$1.00 ., f -: !
45 Inches Wide . 7.29 yc/l.00yd./ $ .
CHALLIS
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Rayon Boys* 'SWEATERS, Sizes 16 To 22 . . 70.98 $$5.99" Dan River PLAIDS.79 2 ,yds. $$1.00
RIGHT GUARD Deod.. . . .. . Jeg.? 7.00 53$ Spring <
.r P/NTUCKS/ Fortre// ana/ Arnel/. . . 3.98 ya$3.00yd./ $ ,.
Nome Brand WRIST/ WATCHES. . .Values To 75.00 $$22.88 Boys'' PAJAMAS, Cotton Knits, Sizes 6 To 1 16.$ 2.98 $$2.29 White Rose GINGHAM. .67* 2 f&. $$1.00.. .,
Inches Wide yd. 88yd.OLAN .
t GINGHAM/ Plaids, 45 ii.i.i,9 $ Crest TOOTH PASTE' . . .-.. . Reg. 95* 57$ WARNER'S' Panty GIRDLE, Average Leg 9.00 .$$6.99" Nylon HEADSQUARES f:.. 59* 3 'fOF $$1.00 ; i

Tide DETERGENT . . .. ;. ;. . Reg. 35* 21$ SMOOTHIE Panty GIRDLE, .S Sf M, L, and/ XL. .. .77.00 $$8.99" Ladies LOAFERS ." :/.' $57.98 $1.37.$ I J

8 X 70 Oil PORTRAIT/ . .$574.00 Value' $$11.95 Ajax/ POWDER . . . .. . Reg. 77* 10$ ," TRAIN CASE' Fitted. . . . .' .. 14.95 $$5.00 Red Heart YARN . ." .' .' $57.09 ''IC'$' \

'SINGER Center ASPIRIN Tab, 5 Grain .. . .' .. Bottle/ 700 5 5C$ .. Sta-P/ump/ Sleep P/LLOWS./ . 6.93 each 2 for $$10.00 : Cotton APRONS. .. :! i :;.. 794. .. ; ,44f :

t,\ Sewing.. Duponf Interior PAINT . ;'. ..'. . .Go$4.29/ $ f,:' Men'* Long-Trouser PAJAMAS, Cottons .S. 5-7.95 $$3.99" Furnace' FILTERS, 3 'Sizes.- e..' 59* 3't,-'$ f;

ALL ONE-HALF PRICE-! $$9.95 to $$44.95 BUFFERIN Tab, Bottle 700 . . .- Reg. 7.39 87( : Men's' Long-S/eevea/ Sport ''SHIRTS, 5008.95 $$2.99$3.99' $ LACE For Trimming . .. : .To 20* 5$ ,yd... "

FIFTEEN ((15)),Used Sewing Machines. These sewing machines were Revere Ware 'SAUCE PAN 1 Hi Qt. . 5.95 Value $$1.91' Men's' Dress '$SHIRTS, Whites and Stripes. :5008.95 3 for $$10 Lacey Look NYLONS.98* 2 |U. $1.00$ ,,
taken as trade-ins during the Christmas rush and they are crowding Men's . 75.00-78.95 Teens Lacey NYLONS. .: 79*
if t our sales floorl These fine used/ machines are re-conditioned/ and Kodak/ COLOR FILM, 727 720 620 Reg. 7.75 83C$ f'' SLACKS, Fall-Water Weights $$9,99 3 Ir. J$1.00
J have a 60-day money-back guarantee. Regular $579.95 to 89.95 values Broxoc/ent/ Electric TOOTH BRUSH ., Reg. 79.98 $$12.88 Men's ,SWEATERS, 77.95-75.95 $$5.99-$7.99$ Fam//y// Size TOILETRIES, Asst'c/' / .33* 4 fer '7 ,


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r.. ROOSEVELT MALL CAR WASH CLEAR UP THOSE CHRISTMAS : HOW 4 URBERS'iccc ANNUAL JANUARY Did purchase you taow the that same now full-bodied you' may: ,

Won.-Sot. 8:30o.m.-6p.m.: '' South American coffee that Is
BILLS withi lew.. iron l CLEARANCE SALE : If.
Open Svn.8:30a.m.730p.m.: ; blended and roasted in our mod-
U n DER D NO I WAITING ern plant, at our cash stand for .
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THIS ,COUPON WORTH 50C( OFF ADVANCE LOAN & NOW IN PROGRESSROSENBLUM'S' per pound
PAINT STORE COURTEOUS EXPERT SERVICE sa'me coffee we serve daily. 1 :,
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I. : I NewJ Sharon Arnold atLthrar1y, LibrarianA I I Survey Patrons Indicates Happy I 'Bits For &WomenBy Pieces' I



With PrcstRt MilkDuring
PECULIAR SERVICE by Corey THE HAWK ALONE by Jack Ben Marge Beauchamp
Ford. An authentic espionage nett. Portrait of an aging, em- .
narrative, this book is about the bittered South African safari November of 1965 the The New Year is here and problem are wearing- them for
beginnings of American Intelligence hunter who has seen the Africahe effect.
Navy Ship's Store Office informed with it comes a new column pure
during the American Re- knew and loved change intoa their commissary stores that for the female readers of Jax Currently the really "in"
volution. New York, in the handsof world of soft decadence and they could put in a second line of Air News. "Bits and Pieces" classes are the BIG ones no mat-
the British, was the battle- superficial values-a world which milk, if desired by their patrons. will follow in the footsteps of ter what their shape. Adding
ground for a silent war carriedon has no place and no use for the Until that time Navy commissary Shirl Conaughton's "Woman'sSide large frames to a small face
by Washington's spies a proud White Hunter of the past. stores had carried only one of the. Story." May I take actually makes for a more fem-
dangerous game in which many, brand of milk. this opportunity to wish Shirl inine look.If .
such as Nathan Hale, lost their THE INSTANT SAINT by John To determine the patrons' Bon Voyage on her trip to Japan you have considered enteringthe
lives. Sherlock. A novel about an Amer- opinions on this subject the com- where she will join her husband. fashion world of glasses, but
ican doctor and his owrk in Asia. missaries were instructed to May she enjoy the best of every- can not find them at your own
I
THE MARE'S' NEST by David Was he a humanitarian a fraud? conduct a survey, in the formof thing during her stay in the Far optician's then check the sun
Irving. Twelve thousand German Dr. Quinn, who operates a prim- a questionnaire, among pat- East glasses at the local cosmetic
*, scientists and engineers labored itive hospital for Chinese refugees rons. counter. Then return to the
with 16OOOslave workers to build in the Himalayas, comes If the survey showed a cus- SWIM WEAR 66" optician and have him replacethe
the secret weapons that would reduce home for a major operation and tomer preference for a second tinted lens with your own
0' London to ruins and In becomes a national hero. Publicist line of milk, and the milk met Although we have just put away prescription.But .
England scientists and Intelligence !- George Romby takes him all government specifications, the last of the Christmas decorations one important fact to rem-
officers argued over in hand and stages a huge fund then the commissary could ask it is never to earlyto ember, never use eye glasses as
whether or not the threat was raising campaign. But magazine the appropriate field purchasing consider summer fashions in an excuse for not wearing makeup. -
real, and how to deal with it. editor Brian Armstrong is con- activity to negiotiate a contract Florida. The real trick Istousemoreof
J; This is an inside account of vinced that Quinn Is a phony, and for its purchase.The The big fashion news for the everything, because lens act
r" both sides of the V-rocket campaign sets out to discredit him. And NAS Jax Commissary 1966 summer is In swim wear and as filters to the makeup.So .
i" of World War II., there's a girl, Romby's assis- Store conducted such a survey the big news in swim wear is don your glasses, but standby
tant, who wants to believe, and among local patrons, supplying fabrics. for passes.
UP THE FARM by John Silver lame' brocades,
Up- follows Stephen Quinn to the Him- customers with a form to lista '
,. :l dike. Joey Robinson brings his alayas to learn the truth. preferred brand of milk. As sequins and leather are makingthe DO'S AND DONT'S FOR 66
second wife and her young son poolside scene this year with
? instructed by NSSO, the form did
Here is few Do's and Don'tsfor
the farm of his matching jackets and skins or a
to Pennsylvania not brand
suggest any special ,
mother determined, outspokenwoman 1965 Is Banner rather, a blank was provided for culotts to enable a quick change 1966. Don'twearlongtaperedslacks
with side slits but do
to whose moods Joey is the customer's preference.The from pool to cocktails. enjoy -
extremely sensitive. His mother Year For NASRecreation results of the survey show- Fishnet is bigger than ever the freedom of flowing bell
had disapproved of his first wife ed that 84.47 of the patrons had this year, giving an illusion of bottomed trousers. Quarter len-
and has no hesitiation in voic- concealing what is really re gth sleeves are out and sleeves
no preference
as to a specific
ing' her opinions about Peggy. Div.The brand of milk. The remaining vealed. If you are consideringa falling midway between shoulder
The drama In this story is in 15.6% divided between suit trimmed in fishnet for the and elbow are in. Big hand bags
was evenly
the relationships between the NAS Jax Recreation DivIsion several other local dairies.On summer, I strongly suggest that are for overnight and tiny ones
.:,- characters, in the verbal and personality enjoyed a banner year the basis of this survey you utilize a sunlamp for sun- for everyday use. No large
duels which jab, parry, throughout 1965, and the outlookfor the NAS Commissary will con- tanning purposes or your sidesor chunky earrings, but pierce your
flash, and subside, moving between 1966 is for an even more abdomen will carry the tell- ears if you like. Teased hair-dos
tinue to carry the present brandof are the biggest don't. Tease only
humor and hysteria. prosperous year.In tale marks of cross stiching.
addition to the vast improvements milk which meets all specifications Whateve r swim suit you choose for a bit of body if you absolutely
UTMOST FISH I by Hugh W. Mc- and renovations for sale for to issue individuals to messes through and this year, the main thing to rem- have to,but don't do it with a steel
Cann. The fictional hero of this made in the recreational fac- ember Is to have plenty of them. comb.
novel is a British naval officer ilities, the division also hostedtwo commissary stores. With more and more entertaining SOCIAL BITS'
who attempts to drag two large major Special Services Of- going poolside a complete
torpedo boats across Africa to ficers Conferences during the CPO Club ToY wardrobe of swim wear is absolutely In the future this section of
sink a German fleet on Lake_ past year. A World Wide Con- essential. "Bits and Pieces" will be don-
Tanganyika, an actual scheme ference was held in April, and ,r ated Social events of interest at
devised during World War 1 officers from the Sixth Naval Ftatart land A.WORD'ON,J EYEGLASSES NAS aJax and Cecil Field. But
because this is the first columnI
District met in December.A .
by Winston Churchill, then First
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... Lord of the Admiralty. vast'expansion program for OH "Men Don't Make Passes at have not as yet received any
the station's Hobby Shop facilities Sundays Girls Who Wear Glasses." We word from readers of the "go-
that began in September 1964 have heard it for years but the ings on" in the area.
with the installation of necess- Sunday dancing will be the statement has never been more Please forward all notes of social -
EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS ary wiring has resulted in the order of the day in 1966 at the false than In today's fashion wor- interest, club news or any
present expanded facilities. NAS Jacksonville Chief PettyOfficer's Id. suggestions for the column to Jax
Demolition work was begun this Club according to a recent Glasses today have become Air News, Box 2 U. S. Naval Air
past Sept. on Bldg. 896 which had addition to the Club Cal- almost exotica. Some girls who Station, Jacksonville, Fla.
F.rished.$65.00Unfinished! previously housed all the hobby endar. don't even need to correct a sight Attention: Marge Beauchamp.
shops under one roof. Present Both a Sunday afternoon and
$55.00 plans call for the site to be evening dancing program are
used for covered stalls for twen- planned by the club which operatesin
Children Welcome ty-two automobiles. There are building 593 in the NATTC
} Conveniently Located also plans to build a larger tool area. A string band will play
to downtown room and paint shop under the from 4 p.m. till 6:45 p.m. for
HAS and Cecil. same roof. the teenage crowd. "The St-
Future plans for the Hobby rangers" are on tap this Sun- .
Shop Garage call for the Instal- day for nearly three hours of
CLEO DAVIS lation of a covered wash and steam rock'n roll and western style
area along with a covered music.At .
hydraulic lift next to the present night the dance program is
REALTORS INSURORS pits. Present machine and welding -. designed for adults. Mark Cas-
ships will also be enlarged. tle will play this Sunday night
3650 St. Johns Avenue Most of this work being done and again on January 16. He
within the Recreation Division will give the down beat for an
EV 4.6444 CO 4-9442 with a minimum of expense in- evening of sophisticated musicat
volved. 7:30 p.m. and will play until
.. 11:30 p.m. 1 .....,,
Mark is very popular with
FritsPormon Club patrons. He has enjoyed Captain and Mrs. J. R. Mackroth welcome/ guests at a recent
BIG CHIEF many successes in his frequent open house held at their quarters aboard HAS Jax. The quests
.
O R.t.CPO appearances: at the CPO Club. are (from left to right): Mrs. Asbll; Lt H. W. Asbill, Dental
TIRE CO. Owner His music is very danceable and Corps; Mrs. Burrow; Lt. W. G. Burrow, Medical ,Corps; Mrs.
the vocal renditions are most Mackroth; and the Commanding Officer.
I enjoyable.
The CPO Club is attemptingto
i ALL arrange for a free nurseryto
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MoviesMovies };. : Club 'Schedules "

} : >
will be shown regu- "0" CLUB Music this Fri- USO NOTES 318 North Ocean- :
,
larly at 7 1WantAd ..
,
p.m.NATTCwlU Monday through day night will be provided by the Special events this week includea
Saturday.
have two John Arnold M4", with Phil Cay Favorite Record Choice Nighton
feature times 2
p.m. and 7p.m., and the Chantels
on
Saturday.
on Saturdays and Friday, and a Boy Meets Girl
Sundays. The Tuesday is foreign
dish
night
hospital will have Night Saturday. Vespers and refreshments -
feature
Sunday at 7 one on featuring gourmet treats from on Sunday willbeheld Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
p.m. Russia. Wednesday Is Fried at the South Jacksonville Presby- 3649 Philips Hwy., Jacksonville' Florida,, 32207, to arrive
Chicken night for the whole fam- terian. Monday is Lucky Number not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
Cecil Field
will have two shows ily. day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published
during the week at 5:30: and 8 Nite.CECIL the following week unless the publisher is instructed other
p.m. Matinees will be shown on CPO CLUB Vern Henderson CPO CLUB Friday wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
weekends at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., will entertain tomorrow night is dance night, music will be be received WITH the copy for the ad.
with the John Arnold "4" pro- by the Moonlighters from 9 till
viding the dancing music on Sat- 12:30. The galley will have lobster DO NOT SEND CASH
Thursday, January 6 urday. Starting this Sunday, the dinner for $2.25 or 16 oz. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . .'. . $2.00
club will also present local mus- T-bone for $1.75. Saturday the Per additional line ((4 words per line I }. . o50!
ical groups for your enjoyment. Moonlighters will be back again.
NAS Damn the Defiant Alec The Strangers String Band will Dinner will be a 10 oz. Filet ----

Guiness, Dirk Bogarde entertain at 4 p. m. and Mark for $1.90. Sunday's dinner-prime NEW HOMES CUSTOM BUILT
NATTC Code 7 Victim Castle rib for $1.75 child SELL RENT BUY-TRADE-
5 will take over at7:30p.m. roast a plate
Lex Baxter, Ann Smyrner .50. Monday and Tuesday the CHOICE 2, 3, 4 BR homes, $100 4 BRs & 3 BRs, Panel dens w/
Hospital Love Has Many ACEYDUCEY CLUB Dancing bar, package store and galley will dwn, no clos costs. Fast MoveIn. fireplaces, central heat & A/C,
Faces Lana Turner, Hugh music this Friday will be pre be open. Wednesday is game night Tell us your needs. DUKE Irg wooded lots. Down pymts
O'BrienC. sented by the Holidays,with Mark starting at 7:45. There will bea LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771 0374. $1200 thru $1900.
Field Situation Hopeless Castle appearing on Saturday. chicken basket at .90 for the VIRGINIA E. BELL BKR.
But Not Serious Alec Guiness, Sundays music will be by March evenings dinner. 264-2488 356.2462
Michael.Conners Wilson ans the Redcoats. Game POODLE CLIPPING: Professional .
night is every Sunday and Tues- CECIL EM CLUBTonight Is training by New York 2BR
APARTMENTS
: Orange .,
day. game night, starting at 8 .
p.m. School of Dog Grooming 771 Park
nice furr
Friday, January 7 Friday the Crescents will be 0215 / very or un-
264-6884
BLUEJACKETS INN The here from 8 till 12. Sunday
Crescents will appear at the club Jimmy Strickland and his band
NAS Baby the Rain Must Fall- tonight. Dance music on Friday will provide the entertainment. APTS FURN UNFURN: $6575per
Steve McQueen Lee Remick and Sunday will be provided by Monday, Tuesday,Wednesday and FOR SALE: Redecor,3BRhome, mo. nat gas. 771-9007
NATTC Damn the Defiant Phil Cay and the Chantels, with Friday "happy hour"from 5 p.m. $100. dwn. $55 mo. ORANGE
Alec Guiness, Dick Bogarde March WUsonaootheRedcoatson till 6 p.m. The club will be PARK REALTY*BKRS.264-6144 HEY BOYS!
Hospital Code 7 Victim 5 Saturday. Game night is every open for parties on nights no HOUSE FiRRENT(FURNISHED)
Lex Baxter, AnnSmyrnerC. Wednesday. entertainment is scheduled. Where -942 Jasmine Place(Mur-
Field Frankenstein Meets ray Hill Area)
the Space'Monster James Karen "3 SINGER 3" Rent $90.00 Month
Nancy Marshall SEWING MACHINES $15 Rules NO WIL PAS!
oifiIiith/JIf' left in storage, good cond. fully 9 FE rSl
/ LIKES elec. does everything, complete NO Wort than ((4)) boys
attachments. Yours for
storage living in the house at
Saturday, January 8 charge $15.00 call warehouse once
353-1946 1606 Main St. FREE Very good location .
PARKING Call B. Jarrett at Day 353-0997
NAS Marriage on the Rocks- Night 387-2165

Dean. Martin Deborah Kerr BEST OFFER TAKES I I I I YOUR CHANCE- TO LIVE. OFF
NATTC' Baby the Rain Must _. "' 1963 RAMBLER AMERICAN BASE 11964 I
Fall Steve McQueen, Lee Re- Two door hardtop; Automatic,
mick ,;; transmission Radio and Heater' Vespa. 90, Motor-Scoot -
Hospital Dam the Defiant Bucket seats-Low Milage.GOOD er excell cond. low, milage extras -
Alec Guiness, Dick BogardeC. CONDITION 1II1HII!! 282 fi027 771-9001. I

Field Love Has Many... .... .-" -.--- -. ------. .r
Faces '- Lana Turner, Hugh O tr'' IV vir
Brien F-8D "C VSADER"

Navy and Marine Corps aviation received quite a boost Be CReative
when It acquired the Crusader some 10 years ago. This versa-
Sunday, January 9 tile aircraft has since undergone various modifications and Writ.' Yew
today there are nine different models of the same plane. Basi- Ow Want, -.311..1 Oily. $2.00Ads
cally, it Is a single place, swept wing, carrier-based high per-
formance day fighter equipped to carry Sidewinder missiles.Its : -- .
NAS Barabbas Anthony wing, placed at the top of the aircraft,is termed as a "vari- y .
Quinn, Ernest Borgnine able Incidence wing;" the leading edge of 'the wing can be ,. ', e,
NATTC Marriage on the raised and lowered giving it a "flap-like" action for added lift S
at slow speeds. The Crusader pictured here Is an improved
Rocks Kerr Dean Martin Deborah model of the original aircraft, carrying a newer radar stem, should be mailed to Holt Publishing
autopilot, higher thrust engine and additional fuel Co., 3649 Phillips Hiway, Jacksonville,
Hospital Baby the Rain Must
Fla., 32207. Send remittance with ad copy.
Fall Steve McQueen, Lee Re-
mickC. r

Field Code 7, Victim 5- l T ER TTMOTORCYCLES
Lex Baxter, Ann.Smyrner UTY ; FORC MERCURY


Monday, January 10 YOUR: i INVITATION

ALL MODELS TO VISIT ONE OF THE SOUTH AST, 5

LARGEST, MOST MODERN AND COMPLETE
NAS -''Breakfast at Tiffany's- NOTHING DOWNWe FJORD & MERCURY DEALERSHIPS

Audrey Hepburn,George Peopard We Give Merchants Green Stamp COVERING A CITY BLOCK FEATURING
NATTC Barabbas Anthony
SER
PERSONALIZED SALES J
Quinn, Ernest Borgnine I Open Dally 8 a.m.-7 p.m. <

Hospital Marriage on the Wed & Sat. 8 a.m..6 p.m. '
Rocks -' Dean Martin, Deborah. ; -"; : ; -
Kerr Sundays 1 p.m.-5 p.m. [ :

C. Field, Dam the Defiant Ford Motorama Inc.Hy
Alec Guiness, Dick Boagarde MOTORS & CYCLES .

4949 Blanding Blvd.

Tuesday, January i 11 PH 771-8244 17 Green Cove Springs, Fla.Phbne .

w 264-2443

NAS The Skull Peter
Cushing, Christopher Lee .FALCON :We Service- MERCURY

NATTC Breakfast at TIf- .For the bright child MUSTANG COMET
fany's Audrey Hepburn,George ;t I THUNDER BIRDFAIRLAKE What CALIENTE

Peppard >. '", CYCLONE
Hospital Barabbas Anthony'Quinn WeSell

Ernest Borgnine ;.' ;: FIRSTADVENTURESCLUB
C. Field Baby the Rain Must : A
Fall Steve McQueen, Lee Rem INTERNATIONALAnnouncing vv ;! ""
ick limited enrollment in -
the First Adventure Club Inter ; /iJMlfupBefore
fly national. Designed for children
Wednesday, January 12 Apia. aged 2-6. Founded after 0 years of

; Used research In nurseries by leading kindergartens educators Ypu Take Anyone's Deal See

NAS Cleopatra Richard ..rteand private and public schools
Burton Elizabeth Taylor I SO states and overseas. Provides
NATTC The Skull Peter TALL TITLED BEAUTY- provenaldslnb..lcc'3nceptprepMary
Cushing, Christopher Lee Sedoskl, 21, won the aration.for Now home evaluating use. Write applications First Ford Motorama Inc "
Hospital Breakfast at Tif- title of Miss Tall Beauty at Adventures Club Admissions
fany's Audrey Hepburn,George Palisades Amusement Park, Committee, pcpt 1 Gnl A. 1 w.
PeppardC. W. J. The 5 feet ll%inch 39 St..New York, New York. HY17/6REIN COVE SPRINGS, FU.
Field Marriage on the 10018
student Queens
beauty is a at For you
Rocks ,Dean Martin Deborah
College, H. Y.
Kerr . . .
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I Marine Corps Promotion Looks Better Than Ever. I



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champ at the Pacific All Ser- :t
PROMOTIONS vice matches held in Hawaii in t :'PfiJfJ

Good news for Marine Corps 1959. He also took top honorsat 'P ,
Junior non-coms: ALMAR 27 of JAX MARINES the same matches In the 100 .'I".:ys
r :
Dec. 31, announced liberal pro- yard team and the four man ,.
,motion opportunities for men who GySgt.. Joel FergusonFT All Service Championship team J' ,
are qualified. The directive authorized representing the 1st Marine Bri- ,"
400 ;:
units to promote enough gade.
Pfc.'s and LCpl.'s to bring tab-
les of organization up to strength, personnel strength. The Marine to the Pacific which will include SSgt. Drake participated in the
and then to promote an additional Corps needs trained Marines,yet stops in Hawaii, Vietnman, Marine Corps Matdies and the
2570* of the total table of organ- training entails tirre. Time is Thailand,' Taiwan and Korea. The National Matches four times .
ization figure in these ranks.In our shortest commodity. For this Sergeant Major of the Marine each. The lowest requalification ,
the Marine Aviation Detachment reason, when a Marine leaves our Corps, Sgt. Major Herbert: J. scores ever fired by SSgt. Drake aSELF.SERVICE
for example,nine Mar- ranks, he leaves a void which is Sweet, Jr., will accompany the were rifle, 233, and with the pistol -
ines may be promoted to corporal not easily filled. Commandant on the trip as 357.
and 29 could receive crossed "It is, therefore,the responsibility a member of the party.
rifles making them lance cor- of all of us to leave no Primary purpose of the trip SELECTED Cpl. William //.
porals. This ALMAR appliesto stone unturned in encouraging our is to visit Marines and otherU. P. Vacca, NCO-fn-
personnel filling T/D billets qualified Marines to stay on the S. Forces In Vietnam and to GySgt. John B. Egan,Marine Charge of the Aviation De
only, however students undergoing : Job when their enlistments confer with major U. S. com- Barracks, Jax and GySgt. tachment's Discharge and
; instruction here should expire," the directive stated. "In manders in Hawaii and Vietnam. Clifford D. Swanberg, AE School Reenlistment Branch, -
realize promotional benefits outlined addition to his proven esprit General Greene will also briefly Instructor, were selected for pared his discharge and pre reenlistment -
J 2 in this directive upon reporting de Corps, every Marine shouldbe visit Thailand,Taiwan,and Koreato promotion to first sergeantand last week
to a unit aftergraduating.SERGEANTS made aware of the many, visit and observe the Marine master sergeant respectivelywith papers
: tangible benefits of continuing in Corps' of those countries. a group of 277 senior staff and was immediately sworn
I' the active service of his country. NCO's originally named as alter- in for another six-year/ tour
Marine corporals in 15 occupational The recent pay increases for all The Commandant last Visited nate selectees by the FY66 selec- by his CO, LCoW.. Sul
fields who are otherwise grades, continuation of the re- Vietnam in April 1965. tion board which met last fall. livan.

eligible, will be promoted enlistment option program and Upon his return from the Pacific JAX MARINES congratulate these
y in. January, according to Headquarters awarding of'regular reenlistment General Greene will be avail- Marines on well deserved ad- Robert H. AYOTTE, 651030witha
I Marine Corps, where it bonuses are but three excellent able to meet informally with vancements. lineal precedence number of
was announced last week that reasons for selecting the Corpsas newsmen at noon on Monday,January 893. Precedence numbers refer-
1,981 additional promotin to a career. 17, at the Pentagon. STAFF BOARDS red to are listed Marine Corps
sergeant have been authorizedto "Additionally, the recentlyes- Order 1427. IE.
meet increased requirements. tablished variable reenlistment APPOINTEDSSgt. 'Convention dates for Staff NCO Gunnery Sergeants are eligibleto
.Ir __ !YI selection boards and criteria for be considered' for selectionto
1st Sgt. or MSgt. if they havea
selection were released this week
Earl H. School
Drake AE
date of rank of 30 1964
by Headquarters Marine Corps.As June ,
Instructor, has been appointed to
or earlier. Gunnery Sergeantswill
1'I previously announced, convening -
serve on the Aviation Detachment -
dates for these boards be elgible for consideration
marksmanship instrument -
.: through MSgt.; March 25 for WITHOUT APPLICATION. Only
team. Capt. Leon
GySgt. and April 1 for SSgt. those Gunnery Sergeant who do
Cohan, Det. Training Officer,
not desire consideration will sub-
The eligibility zone for Sgt.-
made the appointment last month.
MaJ. terminates with IstSgt. mit letters to headquarters.
Winner of more than 300 individual Theodore R. DREWKE, 380518
shooting trophies in the with a lineal precedence numberof Staff Sergeants with a date of

past 10 years, SSgt. Drake was 732. The eligibility zone for rank of July 31,1964, earlier,
f -t I All Service highpower rifle MGySgt. terminates with MSgt. are eligible for consideration.
The GMST prerequisite is waiv-
\ ed for the fiscal year 1967 sel
ection board.Sergeants '
with a' date of rank
of June 30, 1964, or earlier, are
I eligible for consideration by the
\ I selection board, and will also
i / have the GMST waived for the
: FY67 board.
.AA
I .W'tIL.. if.1
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PINNING/ / THEM ON. .Mrs. Vernfe Womble/ places/ her hus-

!( : band, John's new gunnery sergeant stripes on his shoulder at
the NAS Cecil Marine Barracks as Major/ R. H. 'Searle/ skipper

of the Barracks watches on. GSgt. Womble/ was one of

nearly 1,600 Marines to receive warrents of promotion to

E-7 In December. '

t The almost 2,000 promotions bonus being awarded to an even
are considered a continuation of greater number of Marines than ci
the December 1965 corporal-to- originally contemplated is still nh
sergeant authorization which another real example of the expanded 4
numbered 4,500. Those namedIn career Incentive pro-
.January will have a January gram. Finally, and perhaps of
I1966, 'date of ,rank, with pay greatest individual interest, is,
PROMOTED GySgt. John W. Kavanaugh Marine
center
ind allowance\ accruing from, the bright promotion picture that ,
Mechanical Fundamentals School Instructor, veteran of 78
that date;" .- '. will accompany our current.ex-
Readjusted composite; .scores pansion. The increased: officer years Marine Corps service and the conflicts In Korea and
for Marine's. the- 15 occupationalffeldst' and warrant officer requirements Vietnam, ,receives' a warrant promoting him to his present'
:-'" -- ..;. .. will add many promotion possibilities -< rank from Capt. 'Charles T. Knight, MFC School Officer-in-

!If"01 144" 21 144' '64 152, that did not previouslyexist. Charge. LtCol. J. W. Sullivan, left, witnessed the ceremony.

t03 130 25-141": '65-'161
"Additionally, our estimates
30 155 66 136 .
X48-131
indicate that than
more 100,000.
,.13 138 ,.33-172. 67119M8 Marines will new chevrons in DAY
gain
,
MONEY IN 1 1
139 35 143' '70.. 132 1966. When compared to promo I C'MON HOME It took
two
< that corporals with a date ofrank poral and sergeant warrants are days with a battle raging
on or before March 31, expected to triple in number. 25 to 600 nearby for a Marine Aircraft

1965 who meet standard requir- Opportunities for advancementhave Group (MAG-16) mainte-
menu, may be considered for never been more promising. ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONL nance crew in Vietnam to
promotion during 'March 1966. "Commanders at every level Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us dismantle a troop-carrying
In announcing the March pro- must take the steps necessary to how much you want. Pick up the cash at your UB-34D helicooter so thata
motion period, Headquarters assure that the most vigorousand convenience. Same-day service.
also stated that General Military productive reenlistment program larger CH-37 could carryit

Subject Tests for that peri- is in effect within their 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN home.
od had been waived. commands. The year 1966 must
,
ALMAR 38 be see our Marine Corps retain- You Get Mo. Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt.
i ing more and more of our trained
', Another indication of the Ma- and qualified personnel, far out- $ 84.33 s; 5.00 $355.79 $ 21.00 AUTO'
rine Corps' future promotion and stripping former retention rates. 151.80 9.00 427.51 INSURANCEMILITARY'
_
retention policies are contained This Is the only way we can gua- 219.27 13.00 :25.00 .
fn ALMAR 38, which was rantee that today's modern 500.51 29.00
published Jan. 1. According to Marine Corps will be fully man- 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39DIALT
ALMAR 38, the international ned, trained and prepared for our All Ranks and Ages
ituation is creating an ever increasing current assignments as well as payments include interest. Monthly Payment Plan
'demand on the servicesof any contingency, wherever and
the Marine Corps. To meet whenever needed - a 0479 ROOSEVELT
this challenge, the Corps is en- role familiar to our elite force." IZCEi Nexf to NA$ JcxPVWMI

oAged in a 'personnel build CMC 'TO VIETNAM/ L Jd>i ?* 1(
-
effort ruse ualled..i in recent 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735
tie q
McDOUGALL'S
ttJIIJIe_ .;.. .. .. .'t..... '&So -. .Generaljft&llacQ.M.I. 'Greene., 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 .
Personnel numbers ,do not, Jr., Commandant of the Marine :
however, mean thesame thing as Corps departed Monday for a trip




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Navy For Jumpers 6kio. Bowen Hopes For Navy Team In NationalsAs



For CISM Meet He Aims At Forming Cecil Pistol TeamAQC


Applications qualified being com- George F. Bowen checked Into from NAS Oceana he broughtthe he met retired Chief since then Chief
petive Jumpers are soughtby Into NAS Cecil Field's NAMTD Gaspar P. Oowen has been
the Bureau of Naval Personnel last month and even before he following credentials with DeFino who was the NAS small shooting competivlty."The .
for in the 1966 him: arms Instructor. Chief Bowen
participation his Navy selects the shooters
unpacked bags he had his *
CISM Parachuting Champion on one thing. sightset He ranks as one of the Navy's said, "He started me off on the they will send to Nationals at a
ships. Chief Bowen top 20 pistol shooters.He sport and had quite a bit to do district level" Bowen said.
is
*
The Counsel Internation Du at least aiming whip is a distinguished pistol with getting me where I am "We are now In the process of
Militaire, the two pistol teams Into shooter. This means that he presently at." forming
a
Sports military shape'at NAS team at NAMTD and
Cecil In time for
Olympics, will hold the champ- the district NAS has scored 30"leg points" In In March 1961 he qualified[ as I am inaugrating a training pro-
competition at
ionships in Morocco during the Jax in May. competition. Leg Points are an Expert Pistol Shooter and ever gram for the station team in
month of April with military representatives The 15-year veteran has also awarded for placing first, second preparation for the May district
from and third In tournaments. In matches."
many nations set his sights on al long range the last three years he has taken He
competing in this event. points out that pistol shoot-
United goal to field an All-Navy pistol two gold medals (10 points) and Ing is not
The States will be represented a sport where a per-
which
team
by a team to be sel- ional shoot can win the nat- two silver medals ((8 points) In son can just pick gun and go out
at Camp and
Perry competition. and! fire it takes
of
ected as a result a jump- place in the training and
international
com- He Is a 2600 score shooter. hard work.
off to be held in Fort Bragg, .
North Carolina. Arrangementshave petition.To There Is possible 2700 points. -:1'I.- Her is Chief Bowen's pre-
been made for five or six has his knowledge these the Navy He has been to the national sent training schedule for his '
never won honors. The shooting three
competition times
Navy chutists to participate in teams:
nationals usually go to teams once as a member of the All- Each member on the six
this jumpoff.The man
from the Army and Air Force. Navy pistol
team. teams fires 100
rounds
Jax Navy Sport Parachute at noon
Bowman said that one reason The
NAMTD A7A
Instructor first
+ each day.A .
Club located NAS
at Jax, has these two
teams win is
usually became
interested In two or three hour "scullsession"
pistol
been asked to submit the names
because the services
place strong shooting In 1956 but dldn
t get each week where the
of 3 men who are consideredto
emphasis their
on shooting seriously involved in the
be' of appropriate competitive sport team gets together'and goes over
teams. until 1961 when he
was at NATTC the National Rifle AssociationNRA
caliber to represent this countryin When Chief Bowen checked
Memphis. While stationed there
international competition. ( ) rules and 'proper shooting

Navy personnel who are not practices.. '
members of the local unit but A callisthenics 'program to
condition muscle reflexs Chief
who are qualified to compete
should contact the lax Navy Bowen ''considers muscle con"

Sport Parachute Club 'at Ext. trol as one of the most. Import-
8780. Names should be submitted ant phases of shooting. '
at the earliest possible dateas Chief Bowen said that In daily -
be practice he emphasises shoot-
nominations
receivedIn
must HAS Cecil's// ,, Bowen shooting ing under competive conditions.
the Bureau of Naval Personnel -
bv Jan. 14.NAS. for Sixth ND.Not "Competition builds mental discipline -
," he said. "We like to

Jax Rockets Improved But .1 I Enough the go into situation match reversed.competition, If we with can

fire under 'pressure in, practice

SportsShorts For Egan As He Adds 4 Yew Playersbecome then if it we were much can practice go of into the competition and pressure.this relieves as"-


What are Cecil Field's chancesin
Pat Egan, coach and general played so lackadasical that If the 30th and 31st playersto the coming district competition -
NAS Jax Navy Basketball team manager of the Jacksonville we had had a full quota of wear Rocket uniforms this ? Chief Bowen 'said that
was downed by Hunter AFB, 108- Rockets, completed a fourplayer players I would have put four season. in the short time he has been
87, and 92-74. With most of the deal Tuesday when the Eastern forwards on the ice. This Immediately "And we are only beginning," aboard it appears that there is
team on' leave, the NAS Jax team Hockey League Club obtained starts us scouting for said Egan. enough material and balance to
went to the game in Savannah center Don Grosso from the New replacements for the weaker de- The Rockets are home again field a good team. Now, he
Georgia with only seven players. Jersey Devils. fensemen. next Wednesday against Long Is- sees the problem as getting a
Going 'into the games on the 17th The first half of the deal was "We cannot afford this kind land. The two clubs meet again team snapped in the coming

and 18th of December,both teams- announced I New Year's Eve >.' ;of play..even if we play ,three Friday night in. the Coliseum in. three,months.. up ..
were holding 5 and 1 records and! The Rockets traded winger Jean games In three nights and are met a return match. There 'is little doubt that'1ffduty \
were tied for first place in the Pierre LaFond for winger An with adverse travel conditions.The Discount tickets for hockey permits Chief Bowen will
Northern Division of the Florida- Chuipka of New Jersey. Egan team has to be big enoughto matches can be bought in advance be at the National competitionat
Georgia Inter-service Confer- dealt center Bobby Boucher for cope with these situations."So from Special Services., Camp Perry..
.ence. Grosso. to try and! spice up the
NAS Sax Navy will host Glynco Egan expected Grosso and! defense and! offense the Rockets

Navy at the NAS gym, Buildings, Chlupka in time for Wednesday'sgame hve obtained Chlupka and
this Friday and! Saturday night, against Knoxville here. Grosso. It is my opinion that

the 7th and 8th of January. Both The completion of the deal they should give up two forward ,..> "
games will get underway at 7:30p. came'' on the heels of the Rockets lines"'said Egan. ,b .t. ,\ '
m. 'poorest showing of-the sea ,Chlupka and! Grosso. will "
Ja*:-Navy's first two of ,son. In fact,Egan was still bolling -, e;..' ,,,:, '
games "
.
: .Jf. "". ..."..... tt ..' ,
}. : ;;:..
the season'were'played Glynco,' : ::'over :Sunday's 'humiliating' I :.1 ; : ., ',I...,Of'''; .. It,
"
Georgia, with the two :-spitting '14-4 loss atGreensboro. 1 r 'f '" '

the-paIr'of games. After winning.only two of.their: ; j :

,. The NAS lax Intramural Sports .first 26 games tie Rockets made '.'. }: 1
program'WW'.get ,.underway.tbJs a spectacular recovery. They ''I.-- .
Mond yevenlng.'IO"J'anuary. Intramural won'four:and tied one. in the next, I Isevco'
.Basketball 'and Bowling ;- appearances.. 'Then came'

,will both,resume.play. .Sunday's shellacking.'

.CIvIIIaaGOIfdClubT.Hold "After three of our best gamesof
the season -. we played
M..tlng' tough Nashville to a tie and came r
'
from behind with four last-period

An organizational meeting' of goals to beat Charlotte r
the NAS Civilian Golf Club will the roof caved In,- "said Egan.
be held at the Pine Tree Golf "We played the poorest period
Club House (formerly Hyde Park) of hockey I've ever witnessed
on Wednesday January 12, 1966 in some 30 years," said Egan, ET THIS RECORD..GET
at 7 o'clock.. 'The election of who saw his Rockets give up TWAT RECORD-CANt .
officers and! planning for tourn- nine goals in the second period. REMEMBER ANYTHING?* Swamped with tax payments?
aments will be the main agendafor "The defense in particular
this meeting. See us for a loan. '

The Manager of the Pine Tree
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Golf Club and alsq the Pine Tree
golf professional will be at this

meeting.We VISIT.
want to form a good golf
club whereby we can meet our
fellow workers, relax, and enjoy BARNETrVt4tNATJONAL
ourselves. So If you are a golfer (CLAUDE NOLAN
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"Fifty cents a lb," he told her. t
She complained and! said she Across Fren Afaiilstrrtlai BM|., HAS
could get it down the street for
40 cents a pound, and he asked Bankfii Hears:

why she didn't get some there. 'i,;:' ..;. i. Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM
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said."When Ii .
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I Wildest SportsIt's Car Rally- In The World I



been called "a 3,189 mile the way from mushy beaches f4W aginable, and also bring to light
ordeal by mud, dust, ruts and to 12,000 ft. high hairpins, pEf' .# emergency driving and rescuE
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roving animals" the toughest from riverbeds to swamps, to ., ., techniques.For .
sports car rally in the world. end where it begins, in Nairobi. : example, one of the morA
What is It? The East African The surface is often soft "blackcotton" .. r: >, I Ingenious methods of getting out
Safari, an annual milestone not soil that turns to a thick ..,..... I I. : of grips with the African roads,
only for top drivers and sports syrupy substance at the first canyoned with waist deep ruts,
car buffs but for folks who just trace of rain. A worse, all I was hit upon by the superb Swe-
like to follow a tight contest weather hazard comes in the formof ? dish rallyist Erik Carlsson. He
packed with thrills and spills. mud and rock walls dumped a- enlisted the help of some Afri-
cross roads by enterprising cans to roll his car over and over,
This year there were many: tribesmen, who live all year on landing on solid ground.
85 entries, most of them spon- the fees they earn for removing And Henry Taylor, an
sored by automobile manufactures them. ex Grand Prix driver, said
set out on the marathonmud that he had finally learned how to
bath through Kenya U- Animal HazzardsIn 4 c get free from sand that gets
ganda, and Tanzania '-- but only XI rather "quick" when wet, in
14 finished. The winning car was ( addition, there are wild five minutes time instead of 35.
a Swedish, Volvo, driven by two animals which may have to be His method Involves jacking up
turbaned Indian brothers, Jo- dealt with during the course of the car and pushing it off the
ginder and Jaswant Singh, from the race. A driver will be that jack until firmer ground is reach
Nairobi, Kenya. much more up on the game if ed.But
he knows something about the ( for the smooth driving
It's no wonder that few cars local four footed inhabitants. Singh brothers, such emergency
t can survive the incomparable Safari Cows, for example, have a M techniques were quite unneces-
J route, which meanders all tendency to stand in the middle of sary. They were first off the
the road and stare. They have starting line and held the lead
: to be bumpered out of the way. h almost throughout rally.When
(.- REVIVAL SERVICESORTEOA Sheep and goats are ,no great they crossed the finish line, they
problem -- they just scatter. were hoisted onto the roof of
Elephants seem to wave the competing their Volvo and paraded through
METHODIST cars on with their trunks, streets lined with delighted,
I, like traffic cops. No driver cheering crowds --brothers vic-
CHURCH wants to tangle with abelligerentrhino TWO TURBANED 'SIKH brothers guide their car across the torious in the wildest race in the

4807 Roosevelt llvJ. who's not afraid to chargea finish line without a scratch In It but 3,189 miles of the world.
featuring car. Gazelles, zebras and toughest roads in behind to win/ the East African Safari
wildebeasts are not quite as Ferrari Plans
Bishop Marvin Franklin sports car rally.An .
ornery as the rhino, but it's not
PreacherE. advisable to put yourself between were almost eliminated 800 miles
Like Car
Easter Egg New Entries
Clay Milby, Song 'leader them and their watering hole. from the finish. "We got stuck
Ian Jaffray, -- who later The two bearded Singhbrothersin pretty bad in a patch of black
JAN. '-14 went on to finish second -- ran their Volvo 544 fortunately cotton soil that's Just like quick- For SebringStung

Sunday 11:30 a.m.,7:30 p.m. smack into a herd of buffalo, encountered no animal hazards, sand -- and we thought that was
Mon.Fr7:30 o.m.,7:30 p.m. hitting ore. The irritated beast while turning their winning per- the end, he said. "But we their 1965 defeat at
Servicemen and families. are. ripped off a spotlight with a formance. They crossed the paid some Africans five poundsto the world by famous Sebring 12 Hour
cordially invited. twist of his horn, but there was finish line grinning in triumph push us clear and we were Endurance Race, Ferrari plans
no other damage. with the mud drenched car back in the race. It was five now call for entering three all
looking like a chocolate Easter pounds well spent." new sports prototype with undl 1-
egg, but without a scratch show Car Wasn't Paid For closed power plants in the Saturday -
for the 3,000 mile ordeal.. March 26, 1966, Enduro.
Remarkable enough, the bro- Another fact worth noting is Brought to their heels after
thers bought the winning car that the 33 year old Jo- victories
4 years of road racing ,
{ second hand with 43,000 miles ginder hadn't even finished pay-
the Ferrari factory strategy
already on Jts odometer. They ing for the car when he, won plans for a field of three proto-
tuned, up the car, added extra ,the Safari. But with the 1000 and' one of the highly successful .
lights, a radiator screen, bright 'pounds ($2,800)) in prize money, types Dino machines.
I sounding klaxons, and filed as neither Singh brother should have
Chevy powered Chaparrails;
I a private entry. It was the too many financial worries in the riding high on their 1965 total
first time in the history of the near future. victories throughout the U. S.
Safari that a private entry came The value of marathon events
will be back with two all new
j like the Safari ordinary motor-
r
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cars to be driven by Jim Hall
but ists is that they provide importantdata
Joginder -- happy exhausted and Hap Sharp of Midland,Texas.
after driving for four on the performance and
Not yet answered is the million
nights and almost four days durability of automobiles under
: ? dollar question from the Ford
:::.:A *oYrfi related how he and his brother the severest conditions im- Motor Company as to their all

out effort to again win the covetedGT
and Prototype auto road
racing laurels they won so handilyin
1965. Word has' It that the

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football fan that won't admit he developed tubidess that
I glassy television stare after three days of the sport over New
Year's weekend we will automatically assume is a liar.
The football season went out

over the weekend in competitionwith pen on New Year's Day in Pasa-
F
New Year's for the biggest 3

bang of 1965.It dena.Most exciting game '- Florida-
would be easier for a drunkto Missouri. m
believe he saw a pink elephant From the opening whistle until I
while walking down the street the last 10 minutes of the game
than it would to believe some of this looked like the biggest miss- II
the bowl scores.In match of the season. Then Spur- :
the six bowl games played rier added his bombardier'stouch
Friday and Saturday there was and end Charlie rat dove .1'
33 points splitting 12 teams. Al- and colided with defenders to keep
abama's 3928winoverNebraskain the quarterbacks aerials from
the Orange Bowl was the great- hitting the ground.
est point difference between any The Gators, behind this record
two teams. But if you think the breaking passing attack, put 18 Cl j rj \
rest of the scores were tight bear points on the Scoreboard in the I 71\f f
in mind before reading any fur- fourth period and came withing
ther that they don't even come three points of a victory. At the
close to indicating the even match game's finish' people were in j
of some of the teams.If doubt they were seeing the same
there were a few skepticson two teams.
the bowl before the week- Most disappointing team Ne-
end was over theywere believers. braska. The 'Huskers went to BACK IN ACTION. .The NAS Cecil Field/ varsity basketball team goes back Into F/o.-Ga./
Football's underdogs did nothing Miami with all the impressive League play this weekend when they tangle with undefeated MacDill Air Force Base. Mem-
short of turn the game intb com- statistics and press clippings.. bers of the Raiders are: (front row left to right) T. B. Tucker, Jap Shirley, Billy ''Seav, Rick
plete chaos. Alabama came away with them. Roam, and Bill Reeves; In the back row (left to right) coach 0. G. Rlcherson, Jim Lou din:,'

Texas On FridayhereinJacksonville Tech battled with Georgia Most Impressive team Mis- P. B. Sweeney, Floyd Catlepp, Jim Marshall, "Stretch" Riley, and Jerome Eason. ',V
souri. A big line, a powerful -,
Tech on equal terms for three running attack, and a defensiveline 'I f.: ....
quarters until the Yellow Jackets that moved quick to hold ,
pulled ahead in the final min- Florida to a minus yardage on
utes for a 31-21 win. the ground. Raiders TravelTo
When the gun went off in New The only trouble the Tigers ROBERTS CHEVROLET ", t
Orleans Steve Spurrier was still encountered and that was MacDill
trying to general his team to enough was stopping Spurrier. needs USED CARS :" <;"t
three points and. a win over There were only three other ,.. r
Missouri. teams in the country that could do This WeekendCoach We Will PlY Top Dellir 4
Arkansas, the nation's previ- that this year.If .
ously second ranked team, found I had to rank the six teams O. G. Richerson will be New Fer Yoir Cir li Tride i :,ttvOH : ;
themselves in an unfamiliar pos- that played in the three major taking his NAS Cecil Field Raider ,,. ._
ition when the clock stopped in bowls I'd settle to put a gold basketball team to_ Tampa New Or Geed Used Cw. --
Dallas. The Razbrbacks were on star behind each of their names this weekend for a pair.of games
the LSU 24 yard line and the short and let it go at that. against undefeated! and league ;'" ; "
end of a score for the first timein leading MacDill Air Force Base. ,See Us Seei.ROBERTS .
23 games. * S t it 4ee Richerson expressed his 1 ;
Perhaps the biggest shock of During the Gator Bowl a reporter feeling about the two games,"I'd CHEVROIANDOLDSMOBILE ;
the two days of football came from quizzed city fathers as to just as soon they were over." ,
the Rose Bowl where this year's the possibility of expanding the He explained that it wasn't that .
previous undefeated giant of foot- Jacksonvillestadium. ,- he didn't have confidence iri,the ... "'" '; M
ball Michigan State fumbled away This year the city added 10,000 Raiders it was just that his team ,
and was out played by 14 point seats which resulted in over was going up against one of the Green Cove Springs Floridaw'
underdog UCLA. 60,000 making an appearance at better service basketball teamsin
Alabama coach Paul "Bear1 the game. the South.
Bryant made the nation see Clem- Now there is talk of putting up The Raiders took a three week PH. 284-3033 JAX 264-9600
son from Miami when his team an additional 6,000 seats in the break from Fla. Ga. Con-
throughly shucked Nebraska.It south end zone. ference play over the holiday :iff
all adds to one of the period. But the team wasn't -
up It's nice to have a big sports
strangest finishes for an even stadium for big events, but at completely idle. Two independentteams THE OLD CHIEF SAYS: _
stranger football season. the present time the Gator Bowl from Jacksonville, Delta

.. e .. .. e .. .. .. .. e.aaaae : .. has only two of these,the Florida- Drugs and Holly's All Stars
Georgia and the Gator Bowl foot and losing out to Delta.
Personal observations on the ball games. After these two the Last night the Cecil Team O.
bowl games. attendance and events in the stadium entertained a strong Ed Waters librtyftrgtt
Coach of the year Duffy Dau- take a serious drop. College team. At press time the
gherty was on one side-line at Jacksonville doesn't not have a result wasn't in but Richerson ..'t
the Rose Bowl but across the way major college to field a team expected the Raiders to have
was the coach that called the playof every Saturday. The town is con- their work cut out.
the year.UCLA's sidered by many to a poor supporter For the weekend games at ay : fir piss :
Tommy Prothro called of athletics. The Robins, MacDill the Raiders added Todd ,
for an on-side kick after his team the local pro team, are talkingof Good from VFP 62. The six- :: .
scored the inital TD of the game.It moving out. The Rockets are foot Texan is currently among 4 **
was the second time of the also talking the same language the top 10 scorers In intramural L5
year Prothro called for the play unless attendance improves. And competition and Richerson expects y.r
and it turned out that it was the the squabbles between the city and that the new addition will
second time of the year brought the baseball cltb which owns the give the Raiders more scoring
success. Earlier in the season local franchise at the time frequently punch from outside. Richersonhas i ] crwiitcard
the Bruin mentor had used it, breaks out Into the open. already started making plans
to beat Southern Cal and gaina Atlanta goes big time this year for the coming 6 Naval District 1 1! :
Rose Bowl berth. This time with football and baseball. To Tournament which will be played MitIicafli.ni p S '
Prothro used it to win the Rose accomodate these sports the city here starting Feb. 8. The Cecil ,. _
Bowl. has built a new stadium. This may mentor has been scouting to pickup ifJanuary ,
After catching the Spartans by cut into Jacksonville. There has players for the tourney and Ir;I\\
surprise and recovering the ball been talk' of alternating the the list former playing coach >} \

the Bruins scored in five playsto Florida-Georgia game between Rodger B rig g s and last year's ... .J ;'
put the winning margins on the the two cities, this talk will increase leading scorer Jerry Marshallas ,J '
Scoreboard.The with Atlanta's new stad- possible Raider tournament That.Credit identification Card comes from us. ': .5:,._ e i
UCLA victory woke up ium.If. players.After. You get it with your first loan...It's mighty handy ,o;'. I
all the "Alice in Wonderlands"of the University of Florida next weekend the Raidersand to have since we serve you in 775 offices coast ..i'to
football to the fact that Mich- keeps going the way it is headed Richerson should have their coast. Depend on us for liberty money, "R J I
igan State, like the Spanish Armada with Its football programInto fill of MacDill. The Fly boys emergency expenses, cash needs. And get
could be had. the big time the school's sched- will be at Cecil on the 14th your Credit Identification Card. Your good .: t
Best gameUCLAMichigan ule will undoubtedly undergo al- and 15th for games. credit assures you of quick service.DOMESTIC (
State. ternation. Big schools like to ,
Nobody gave the Bruins a play other big schools and they T'1 i -.
chance. They had lost to the like to play as many games at Two Hungarians looked at the \ '
Spartans at the first of the sea- home as they can. At home they streets of Budapest after heavy FINANCEe
son. West coast writers consid- can draw and make money. The "
snow.lilt's
ered them be the second best Florida has a disgrace, said CORPORATION
to easies game to moveto ,
one gloomily. "When will they
team on the Coast. Gainsville or Athens is the one get rid of all this snow?" ". f'I
When it was over the Bruins the schools play in Jacksonville ,
"But /
didn't know?
you replied ,
had proven that it takes: heart to Thus, the Gator Bowl would LOANS'TO $600 ; t i
his friend, "they are '
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they had done all'seaon.. The Gator Bowl committee memberslive "What gloomy on one.earth isthat"askedthe .' 25 1638 E. Adams Main St.St.*, -,' .. Phone Phone 354-6841 356-0076 'I t t
same people were looking for in the constant fear of one 5852 Norwood Avo.3102BoachBlvd. Phone 745.1&01'
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a ,
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WP Nudges Elgin Plans Antlerless'Hunt

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AMD Out For
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PANAMA CITY - Proper remove some of the deer by
I Capt. Cup management of the deer herd on hunting. The removal of excess p
" .", Eglin Air Force Base will again deer by the limited gun A
\ employ a special one day ant- hunting method is by far the most
;' ,j> The NAS Cecil Field Weapons lerless deer hunt on portions of effective method known at the
*' Department nudged out the A viai the vast installation which are ordinarily present time.Trapping .
. tion Maintenance Department by closed .to hunting, according of Eglin deer in some
i'}; 13 points at this Naval Air Station to Ronald Wise, Third of these areas has been conducted
:<. to win the 1965 Captain's District Commissioner, Game for the past thirteen years in
! >x Cup and break AMD's three year and Fresh Water Fish Com some of these areas has been
: hold on the trophy: which goes to mission, and Colonel J. Y* Read, conducted for the past thirteen
t I, the department displaying over Deputy for Civil Engineering at years by the Game and Fresh
It I all athletic excellance for the Elgin. Water Fish Commission with no
) year The date of the hunt will be Jan- appreciable reduction the herd.
Weapons field teams in 5 off uary 8, 1966, the first Saturday,
t J the 7 Intramural sports conduct- after Eglin's general season for
f
NAS Cecil. The men from deer
I. ed at -closes,January 2.
.
t Yellow Water scored great Legal game will again be only'
': est total points In the bowling antlerless deer or deer with less
k .' and golf competition. AMD field than five inch antlers. The
teams in all sports but football. bag limit will be one deer. An 1. Who won the National Lea-
The Administration '' Department Eglin Antlerless Deer Hunting gue batting title in both 1962 CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
; finished in third place,four Permit, issued on an impartial and 1963? BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
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