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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 13, 1966
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an of fidJU l 1.exlffession of any

military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any, military department of the products or services advertised. I

VOL. 23 NO. 42 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA JANUARY 13, 1966vP45
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Returns From The COMMISSARY renovation program STORE being AMI 1

conducted Store at the necessitates NAS Jax Commissary the- Scheduled

closing of the store on Jan.

Tour In Adak Alaska 1819. and 20th.
.To accomodate patrons, the i
Cecil Field Commissary will be For NARTU Sat. :

open on Monday, Jan. 17,In addition -
Four planes of Patrol Squadron Forty .. Five had returned to to their regular schedule.

NAS Jax from their six month Alaska deployment by the time Patrons are also urged to stockup i
the Jax Air News went to this week.
press in preparation of the closing.
1... Fowler Chief of Naval Air Reserve
Rear Admiral Richard ,
Planes 6 and 7 arrived Monday while Planes 8 and 10 returned The Navy Exchange Express
Naval Air Reserve and I
Florida's
yesterday. The five remaining P3A "Orlons" of the nine plane Stores can be utilized for such Training, will Inspect Squadrons 1
Units Saturday, Jan. 15.
detachment are due to arrive on items milk, bread and other \
as '
The annual will be held at the Naval Air Reserve I
Sunday, Jan. 16. They will be friends, Capt. Harry B. Stott, essentials. Inspection
Naval Air Station. The :
Unit aboard the Jacksonville
led by the squadron's new com- the FAW 11 Staff, and sister Although the closing of the Training
C. W. Pittman Jr.
commanded t
reserve unit is presently by Capt.
manding officer, Cdr. James H. squadrons of VP 45 are expected Commissary will undoubtedlybe
Charles E. Ben-
Congressman |
Chapman.The to be on hand. an incovenience to many
.
squadron's 320 officers Patron 45 will return to their shoppers the planned work nett will speak to approximately

and enlisted men left last July permanent headquarters in Han- can only be accomplished when 1,500 Air Reservists and Invited and assigned 'surface units In

for the routine deployment to gar 116 where they will once the store is closed. The end guests during the evening cere- the Western Pacific.

Alaska. They were the first again perform their patrol mis- result, however, will be a better monies. Congressman official Bennett the, Rear Admiral Fowler received -
Fleet Air Wing Eleven patrol sions as pan of the AtlanticCoast's facility for NAS Commissary Florida's elected to the Navy Cross, the Distinguished \
for the
squadron to serve a Pacific Fleet defense network.. trons. House of Representatives Flying Cross, the Air It
. augmentation deployment.While past 18 years, is senior member Medal with five gold stars for "

stationed in Alaska, the .of the House s Armed Services his aerial accomplishments dur- "

crews performed anti submarine UofC Scheduled To Open Committee. ing World War IL The admiral "
patrols and surface,surveillance During the evening ceremoniesthe and his staff are based attheNa- I

missions flying from Naval Air Basic Training val Air Station, Glenview, Illi ,

I Adak, which served as their head- FAdm Nimitz Room In Feb. Command Air Choir Jacksonville, the CommanderFleet Band and nois.

quarters. the Naval Air Technical Training 1
The deployment also broughta
Center Drill Team will entertain 1t
change of command
ceremony The Naval Reserve Officer The NROTC Unit! is requesting the guests.
, when Cdr. James H. Chapman
; aid from NROTC Rear Admiral Fowler has
relieved Cdr. David M. Hume Training Corps at the Universityof Alumnifriendsof com- t
as commanding officer in Dec- California is assisting the the University and Fleet Ad- mand of the 18 Naval Air Reserve -

r ember. Fleet Air Wing Ele- Regents of the University in establishing miral Nimitz and all Naval per- Stations Training Units
the a Fleet Admiral Chester sonnel In order to add the finishing strategically located throughoutthe
ven was represented at cere-
monies by Capt. Harry B. Stott, W. Nimitz Room at Callag- touches and have it ready United States. The basic
han Hall. for dedication on the Fleet Ad- mission of these commands is ,
FAW -11.,
,
Commander
,
While families and friends The room will recognize and miral's 81st, birthday', Feb. 28., to maintain a reserved force of ,,

.r.' .....,,, .""'' 'met the individually returning honor the dlstlngulshedjlpervlce strained: civilians to bacltup' ,jhe .
of/FleetAdmlral/ Nimitz arid will*'I Admiral Nlm'fez established the .active forces: -*) big elcome."IS
crews, a plained
for crewmen house documents commermora- NROTC unit at Burkeley which This will be 'Admiral Fowler's

r In addition Sunday's arriving'relatives and ting his career was the first In the country.He first 'inspection ,of'' the Jacksonville -
. to '
served as Professor of Naval ,Unit since taking com-

Science from 1925 1929 mand from, Rear Admiral GeorgeP.

Crevar Selected NASServiceman' and was also a Regent from Koch, presently Commander, I

.. 1948 1956. Naval Carrier Station.Division, Six at Mayport iiiI.ras. i tI


NAS Sax personnel are urgedto Before becoming the twelfth
For Dec. donate to this worthy cause. Chief of Naval 'Air Reserve

All checks are to be made payable Training, Rear Admiral Fowlerwas
y to the Regents of the University in command of Patrol Force

I A veteran of seventeen and his wife, Maria, and four dau- of California and mailed Seventh Fleet and the U. S. Tai- ..

" one half years Naval service ghters, he presently resides in to the NROTC Unit, Universityof wan Patrol Force. At this time

. has been selected as NAS Jax Neptune Beach.In California, Burkeley 4, Calif. he had operational control of all RAdm. Richard Fowler I
;
Serviceman of the Month for addition to the other .Alights are fully tax deductible.The nayal aircraft patrol squadrons
December. honors received, Crevar' and

r, Joseph Crevar, AO1, of the his family will be the guests of

Weapons Dept., received his the USO for .a trip to historicSt. VP-30 Has New.O Location Planes f:1::

r commendation from Capt. J. Augustine. ,
M R. Mackroth Commanding Officer -
In ceremonies held Monk command headquarters for the SP 2 and P 3 aircraft. Clellan, Commander Fleet Air ;

t day, Jan. 10. Crevar also received NAVY EXCHANGE TOYLANDThe Patrol Squadron Thirty moved Four former commanding officers Wing Three, Capt. Walter W. '

I a $50 check at this Office at from NAS Jax to Paxutent River, of the squadron were on Honour, who is attached to the
. time. Navy Exchange started off the Md., earlier this week with Cdr. hand at Pax River for the changeof staff of the Chief of Naval Operations -
NAS Jax has new
Crevar received the honor for the Donnell Howard relieving Cdr. command ceremonies. They ; and Capt. Bruce B. Smith,

r. the outstanding way he performs year two by new announcing facilities operationsof aboard the Donald E. Gately as Commanding were: Capt. Leslie Barco, now of the Bureau of Weapons Fleet

; the heavy responsibilities assigned station. Officer.At serving with the Chief of Naval Readiness Representative, at

'. to him in fulfilling the Important decided Operations; Capt.Thomas R.Mc- Dayton Ohio.
of The exchange has to the same time,the squadronalso
mission his division.
.
, keep "Toyland" open on a year- convened to the P 3A
Since enlistment In the Navy
round basis. In the the facility -
past "Orion" In place of the SP -
1948 Crevar has been
In
located In Bldg. 514 In "Neptune", the faithful old work-
l stationed at several commands. the NATTC, area, closed immedIately horse of patrol aviation.A .
". within the Jax Navy Complex.His the
follwolng holiday 13 plane detachment with
first here with
tour was
season. This year, however, Cdr. George T. Denmark,
Staff from
Fleet Air Wing Eleven
! the store remained open as Officer in-Charge,will remain
1951 53.Upon
f' merchandise was restocked for NAS continue the
at Jax to squad-
; detachment from FAW -
f. the new, operating schedule. ron's mission of providing the
! which 11, he was reported then based to VF at -NAS 22 While the selection will not be fleet with a continous flow of #:; i -

large as at Christmas time, trained
. as operationally pilots,tactical
; Jax. He departed there in 1954
there will be a nice selection of coordinators, crewmen and -
r and after tours In Naples, Italy; w--
, located NAS toys and:: games for occasions maintenance personnel.VP .
: VP 7, then at
such birthdays, etc.
; Brunswick; and NAAS El Centro, Toyland as will have the same 30 was commissioned In t
''j\\;' Calif.; Crevar returned to Jack- Junel960.astheAtlantlcFleet'sreplacement t y ra
the Main
' hours of operation as
"d6YaigF
4: sonville. training squadronfor uw AA '
f This time he attended AO "B" Exchange, Monday through Fri- the air antisubmarine patrol
', School at the Naval Air Technical day from 9 a.m. 4:30: p.m., forces. Under the combat Readiness -
and from 9 1 on
Training Center. Upon com- a.m. p.m. Air Groups (CRAG) conceptthe

pleting school Crevar reported Saturdays. squadron trains personnelwith
date has
to Naval Station, Roosevelt Although no opening the objective of substaining
been announced the Navy Exchange -
Roads, Puerto Ricq. a maximum level of air combat
In 1963 he reported to the attack plans to open a new readiness In all weather, ASW
"Country Store" facility, adJa-
aircraft carrier, FranklinD. patrol forces.
Roosevelt in Mayport. Upon cent to Toyland, some time In Patron 30 has trained flight THE OLD AND THE NEW. .Two SP-2"Nep/unes" fly over

completion of this tour he was February. The store will carry crews from France and West Jacksonville/ ltd by the newest patrol aircraft of Patrol

assigned to his present billet. lawn and garden supplies, out- Germany In antisubmarine war- Squadron Thirty the P3A "Orions". VP-30 convert to
door furniture barbecue
Crevar lists Harrisburg Pa., and other such,merchandise.grills, fare and has also transistioned the Orions dudn recent shift of their headquarters. from

as his home town, but along with five operational squadrons toboth HAS Jax to Pax River, MclluI. /.



January 13, 1966
Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER


EDITORIALContracts ---

w Chaplains Message
Divine j. Service I

Require CareRecently

by Father Thomas/ J. Woo ften
ROMAN CATHOLIC

,- a Congressional delegation visiting Europe reportedthat The anomaly in America today is the presence of so many schoolsbut
some U; 'S. service personnel were being charged exorbitantrates St. Edward's Chapeland yet so much ignorance. One aspect is the peace demonstrationsby

of interest on loans for the purchase of automobiles and other far too many college people, both professors and students. Such

items. The .Congressmen hope to do something to protect these NovaHospital/ actions should lead all serious thinking and patriotic

servicemen. review what exactly is being taught in our schools. Some may
Protection by law from less than fair business practices is a good SUNDAY MASSES object to such an examination by saying it is only a noisy hand-
and however the real of Hospital - - 0630St.
necessary thing; responsibility protecting ful who are participating in these demonstrations. But In America -
a serviceman or civilian lies with the individual. Edward's
.. & a handful is too many.A .
Chapel- 0900 1100
man to be truly educated must have objective values that
.1 are true to every day life. And the first value man must have is
.1J : DAILY MASSESSt. his relationship to God. That relationship to God demands man
J Edward's
.. / : lives not for this earth but on this earth for Heaven. Every action
65po Monday thru Friday 1130
/ with Its actual or virtual Intent must be directed to man's truthfulend
Saturday - - 0900
/' INTEREST O0A Naval God and Heaven. If -relationship is unknown and there-
Hospital:
p0 fore lacking, man becomes a menacing robot, worse than the most '
Friday - - 1205
powerful and treacherous animal killer in the jungle.

CONFESSIONSSt. The truth of these statements was the world horrified and sickat

Edward's : the discovery of the human degradation and human butcheringof
the Jews by the Nazis? Isn't the philosophy of the Viet Cong
Saturday ---------1900 2000 Communistic? Aren't the philosophy of Communism and the philosophy -
Sunday - - 0815 0845;
of Nazism one and the same.
1015 1045
!, We Americans, should remember we will never have peaceon
: tf'\'\ Hospital: Sunday0615 this earth if we lose our relationship to God. Peace does not

"ATECHISM CLASSES come from possession of money honors or comfort. We should

/}+; .....j..t-... Annex Building 722: all of us, remember the words of Christ "Seek you first the
I Ij I' 1Sy y1 5 1'r}' i :;A Y ;,.;:f 1,1;){ti?l WIn Saturday's Chapel r 1000 Kingdom of God and all other things will be given you". Remem-
I ?. bering arid actualizing such a remembrance we shall have peace.

I I'j \'"; :..)::l i.1i"\' IJ.6' ;: DIVINE/ / SERVICES Demonstrations won't bring world peace, but the relationshipof .
man to God, most assuredly will.
I .!... ;;tt.1.i? 't. ,1 PROTESTANTAll -f

every business transaction there is some form of a contract, Saints Chapel College Program Open

usually written. In the case of a loan the borrower agrees to payback SUNDAY'S
.
the debt with certain of Interest. .
a percent 0800 -- Holy Communion
Sometimes, particularly for younger men and women, the shineof 0930 & 1100 Divine Worship For Qualifying Officers
a new car or sane other item can be almost blinding. It can
cause them to scribble a signature on the bottom of a contract SUNDAY SCHOOL -

without .understanding just what the terms of that contract entail. 0930 - -Chapel Annex Naval officers will soon be Officers participating in the

The. Congressional group reported one case where a servicemanwas Building 722 afforded an opportunity to attend program will obligate themselvesto
paying? i interest 'on automobile financing, which ran up to 65 civilian colleges and universities serve on active duty for a

percent. WEDNESDAY'S on a full time basis period of one year for each six
Always read the contract. Take time out to figure just how much ------choir Rehearsal in order that they might com- month period of duty under the

interest you will be paying. If you don't feel you have enough plete requirements for their baccalaureate program. This obligated serviceis
experience to follow all the in's and out's of the fine print get an SECOND MONDAY of Each Month degrees. an addition to the officer's

authoritative explanation. Never depend on "what the salesman 0939 '- -' Chapel Women's Guild. Plans are to start approxi- present obligation.
said" and never sign a contract you don't fully understand.. (Small Chapel) mately 25 officers in the College

(AFPS) Degree Program in fiscal year Participating officers will have

U.' S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's 1967. Each officer will pay his their choices of college or university -

II GED Test Aids Sailors 1000 own tuition and other school expenses provided it is accreditedby

The participating officers a regional accrediting organ
< will receive their regu- ization and in the case of avia-
CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT
General who doesn't have,
Educational Navy
Passing a a lar pay and allowances duringthe tors and flight officers shouldbe
Development (GED) test or the high school diploma is eligibleto tour of duty.. a school which is In close
College Comprehensive Tests is take the high school GED test. Today-
Although many officers have a Naval aviation
proximity' ,
not, the only way to add to an To take the College Compre- Choir Practice at 7 p. m. been voluntarily continuing their facility. Officers not attend -
may
education but also thata hensive Tests applicants must
a way Sunday- academic education during their the U. S. Naval Post -
sailor can show the Navy and either have a high school diploma, Sunday School at 9:30 p. tn. off duty hours, they have not graduate School under this pro-
civilian educational institutionsthat or pass the high school GED. Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. been able to meet the residency gram.
he is capable of doing work There are live pans to the high Comunion on the first Sundayof requirements for a baccalaureate
'required of high school graduateor school tests: correctness and the month. degree from many civilian

a college freshman. effectiveness of expression schools. Major fields of study which

Enlisted men who lack a high social studies, natural sciences, CATHOLIC Most higher learning institu- have a service application will

school diploma can often earn interpretation of literary mat- Daily- tion require that the last 30 be favored selecting candidates

one by passing the high school erials and mathematics.To 11:20 a. m. Mass semester hours, or about one for the College Degree Program.

level GED test. Many states pass the GED candidatesmust Sunday- academic year, of college creditbe Eligible under this programare
recognize passing a GED as equIvalent pass all five sections of the 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- completed In residence either Navy warrant and commis-

to Massing the senior year test. Those who fall one or fessions heard before each Mass. by full or parttime study. sioned officers, including temp-
in high school. more sections can retake them For this the officers
reason Depart- orary through the grade
The after the high after six month wait and JEWISH/
next step a ment of the Navy issued of captain, who have sufficient
Burpers
school test is the College Com- successful study in the fields he Call Ext. 311 for information Instruction 1520.98 establishing college credits to enable themto

prehensive Tests.In .will be taking a retiesting. on Jewish Services. the College Degree Program.The obtain their baccalaureate degree -
the Navy If a man passesa The College ComprehensiveTests
program is designed to in a period exceed
not
sup- to
Traf f ic.Violations
consists of five
school
high or college test parts: plement the Undergraduate Pro- 12 consecutive months.

it goes in his record permanently english composition humnaities, The following is a report, or gram and the Tuition Aid Pro- Officers of the Medical Service
.and often makes the ,difference mathematics, natural sciences motor vehicle accidents and traffic
gram already established by the Corps and Nurse
Corps are not
between being accepted for an officer and social sciences. violations for the period January Navy to raise the educational base eligible for the program.
program or a school, and GED tests are given every 4 through January 10. of Naval Officers by either full
not being accepted. week to station enlisted men in
Number of Accidents
or pan time study. The NAS J
ax General Mili-
Thus enlisted with suit the General Military Training
an man This Week January 4 through This
program will enable officers
tary Training Office in
able basic Office in 26. For Building
battery scores ((120 Bldg. more January io--- ----5 who have threeor 26 has
completed additional
GCT and ARI and 5S information about the Information on
combines a tests, Total Accident this year through
more years of undergraduatework the
Mechanical) who passes the Col- station personnel can call GMTOat January 10 --------5 program and will provide
to attend school
full application
on a blanks which
must
Tests is eli ext. 8164.
Comprehensive
Number of
Accidents
through time basis to complete be submitted
gible to in for flight Fleet GED should require- six months priorto
training applicants
put January 1966 - 21 ments for their baccalaureate the date
and a commission under the Nav- check with their unit education Total number of days since degree. to the applicant.wishes
the
Cad program. offices for further Information.The last injury in a motor vehicle enter school.
Anyone on active service in the .
accident - - -15 r "
Number of ViolationsThis
: ') '
"
Week - - 40
'.;, .",
Speeding - - -6 I
Military
JA.X A.IR.'NSWS: Reckless Driving - 0 Housing'r' :;

Going through Stop Sign -1 ,
Other Violations - -'32 j

Thirty Five drivers appeared A Serviceman's Home'M1l1tary
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper before the Traffic Hearing .

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Board at the meeting 'on Jan.

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a 11. Dsposition of the cases housing be it a tent, barracks or quarters for families
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR included the following: Seven lost on a military establishment, Is "home" to thousands of men

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, driving and parking privileges a- women and children. Why then should some occupants of military
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville board the station for various housing consider it as little than
by 12:00: noon on Monday before more a place to sleep a temp-
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- periods; Four were assigned to orary shelter for which they have no responsibUity.
complete an eight hour coursein Defacing walls, a "so what"
Telephone EV 9-7711. Ext. 8162. attitude about trash in the hallway -
remedial driving at NATTC; or family yard, or tromping on shrubs hurts efforts to
Advertisements
solicited pro-
the and
are by publisher queries One vide
was assigned to completea American service
personnel and their families with better
such should be ,
concerning directed
to
six hour course In remedial more comfortable Inservice homes.
The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway, driving at Jax Police Academy; The best attitude to take toward
Jacksonville Florida, 32207 Telephone 359.4040 military housing Is a modified -
Four received suspensions; Nine outlook of ownership. You
can't
rip out walls at will or paint
were given warnings Four dismissed the outside of
; personal locker
i bright red but for
can care
you
VOL. 23 HO. 42 January 13, 1966 ; Ten fined (U. S. Com- the property as though it were your own.
misioner); and One referred to Such an attitude will make
living in
commanding officers for possible enjoyable for for military housing more
you your neighbors
and for
those who will move
disciplinary action. in when you leave. (AFPS)

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January 13, 7966 JAX AIR I NEWs/AFTERBURNER Page 3


:1 YAF-62 Officer Receives Gold Star < ;;:. i 1,1,



Lt. James W. Crownover of
Heavy Photographic Squadron TFI.3k
Sixty Two received a gold
star in lieu of his second Air


g gr Medal during recent ceremonies
conducted by Cdr. William E. ,
Nowers, squadron Commanding

officer.
: 'ict

The Oklahoma born Crown-
over was cited for meritorious 0 '
t a ga mR
achievement during combat sup-
port missions in Southeast Asia
last year. ,
4


While flying as navigator in the

PAPPY DAY. .Ronald "Pappy" Wallace// /listens/ to the EA3B aircraft, he and his crew
directed five strikes in .
ten mis-
tributes paid to him By Navy officials at Guantanamo Bay, sions against the guerrilla forces
Cuba. "Pappy" provides phone patches for Cltmo personnelevery from March through September, l i I
day, thus enabling them to talk to loved ones across 1965.
the nation.Ham.

The award states that Crown-
Operator Honored over's duties were carried out VIET/ NAM AWARD. .Lt. James W. Crownover (right) received
in the highest tradition of the his second Air Medal award during recent ceremoniesheld
United States Navy.He by Cdr. William E. Nowers, Commanding Officer of
By Gitmo Navy OfficialsNavy VAP-62.

received his first Air Medal .
... .
for ,
officials gathered.around'a ham radio last week in Guantanamo similiar acts in Southeast
Bay, Cuba, to pay tribute to a Jacksonville ham radio operator. Asia March from 1965. June 1964 through ALL THIN Meanwhile fellow operators throughout the nation, including his
son in Panama, listened in.
The special ceremony dubbed "Pappy Day:; honored Ronald Lt. Crownover reported to
"Pappy" Wallace, a retired builder and real estate broker, who VAP 62 last month and Is
lives with his wife, Fran, at 3539 Indigo Lane. now flying as a photo navigator.
"Pappy" who became a ham .. BEING EQUAL FREE-100%

operator several years ago so :1
that he could talk to his son in rl.: WRITTEN
'
'
Panama, was honored in recognition ,
of his contribution to the ('1: "0'-','' .: '. .........,...,.., : I
,
; "
morale of the men at Gitmo. : GUARANTEE
It '
.1', YOUR BEST VALUE
time .
Every day at noon "Pap- '" ;
py"assists Guantanamo Bay per- \It

ones sonnel across in talking the nation.to their In loved the : .1 TWO BIG LOTS!

past year, he has made over
1,000 phone patches for the men 900 W. ADAMS l
stationed there. MUS.
The phone patches ,are made ,, ) .' \ ':
by flipping a switch so that the 65 _
person at Guantanamo: speak 'V-8, auto/trans., R&H, WSW, console, whit. .,
over .a telephone line to anyonein with red Interior,' still In new car ,warranty
the U. S. Without his help .: J. . . . .' .'f'.. '.. ,. $2395
these phone calls might not be '
possible as the only other means 65 MUSTANG .
of communication is through Ha- },. V-8, auto/trans., R&H, factory air and console
vana and is both unreliable and .(. .':, !. red/black Interior . . . .$2395
.. ,
prohibitively, expensive. Navycommunications t.::,; :# F
can only be used ;,.,: .J 64 THUNDERBIRD '
in emergencies. full power, factory air, WSW, white and red leather
Among the Navy officials who WELL DONE//. .Capt. Thomas B. Ellison, Commanding Officer interior ., . .. . . .$289 5.I"
'had gathered to pay tribute to'appy'were. NATTC, congratulates Lt. J. R. Frailey for his work durIng .
Capt. T. 'R, Sedell, 'the command's
Combined Federal
Commanding Officer of NAS Campaign. Lt. Fraileywho 64 GALAXIE HARDTOP
Guantanamo, and l his Executive served as the Military Personnel Officer departs tomorrow hardtop. coupe, V-8 auto/trans., R&H, power
Officer, Cdr. A. L. Gibson for Viet Nam. steering and brakes, factory air, tutone black &

who is himself ',a ham radio white with deluxe vinyl I interior '. : ..52095
operator. NA TTC OffIcer Praised


was Acting Lt. Henry as emcee Aldrich for.the who event informed For Work In CFC DriveLt. 4538 SAN JUAN

Pa that a com.
mendation from RAdm. John In the letter Lt. Frailey way
J. R. Frailey, the Naval
64 FORD CUSTOM 500
Buckely, CommanderGuantanamo Air Technical Training Center'sEnlisted lauded for his efforts In making
Naval Base, would be sent Personnel Officer, NATTC's United Fund Campaigna 4 door sedan, V-8 auto/trans., R&H. air cond-
was itioned 2 WSW. . . . 57795
to him .along with a wall plaque. honored recently In ceremoniesheld success. During the ceremony tone,
In NATTC's CD's office for Captain Ellison said, MI want 64 RAMBLER CLASSIC
The feelings of GuantanamoBay his work with the Combined Fed- to add my congratulations and
personnel and their loved eral Campaign. deep appreciation for the fine 2 door sedan, extra clean, auto/trans., RAH, 2
ones across the nation were,per work and effort that you put tone, WSW, wheel covers .\S1449
haps, best summarized by Lt. During the ceremony Captain forth In helping NATTC exceedits I
VOLKSWAGEN .
62
Aldrich who said: Thomas B. Ellison presented a goal." clean to . ..." : 5755
"You've always been there letter of commendation to Lt. Lt. Frailey will leave NATTC ready go. :
when we needed,you". Frailey from the Chief of Na- tomorrow for duty in South Viet .' .
64 FALCON : .
Nam.
val Air Technical Training. w "
K 2 door, sedan, auto/trans., 'heater, '.p'rlced ,for .
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Intrepid after completinga
refueling mission over BEFORE CONVERSION to an attack carrier- the USS Intre-

Guantanamo during the pid served as an Anti-Submarine/ Warlatearrer with the

shakedown cruise. Atlantic Fleet.


the 6 with whom they were to make ..
Seven years ago the "Clans- that carries plaid markingsof ,
men" of Attack Squadron Forty- her first skipper, Qndr. C.A. .a Med. Cruise.
Six set foot on the USS IntrepidCVS McDougal, boarded the carrierat On Feb. 13, 1959, the"Clans-

( 11)), for the first time. Norfolk, with Carrier Air men" departed Norfolk on the
At that time the ship was an Group Six. VA 46 had tran- Intrepid for the Sixth Fleet. The
attack aircraft carrier home- sitioned from the F9F 8 Gru- "Big I" and VA 46 proved to

ported at Norfolk, Va. In mman "Cougar" to the A4D 2 be an effective combination

Nov. 1965, the same squadron, Douglas "Skyhawk" preceed- during the deployment. VA 46
now a veteran of a decade of ing year and was aboard the Intrepid led the Sixth Fleet with over
carrier operations, once again for a three week periodto 2,000 hours of flight time and
embarked in the "Fighting I", participate in "LantFlex 1 more than 1000 carrier landingsto
this time at Guantanamo Bay, 59' This period of operation her credit. She was also
Cuba. helped them become acquaintedwith the first A4D squadron to deploy -
ON THE CAT AND TAKEOFF
READIED FOR is Lt. Yt. P. the ships method of opera- with Sidewinder Missile
a Smith of VA-46, getting the go sign from the carrier's cofopvf On Jan. 5, 1959, the squadron tion and the members of CVW capability. The Intrepid and the"Clansmen"

officer. parted company

Aug. 30, 1959, upon completionof
the Med. Cruise.
i This might have been their

last meeting as the Intrepid was
converted to an And Submarine
Westside AttaHtte Bad Warfare Carrier in March of

1962, and VA 46 transferredto

CVW 1 aboard the USS Ro-
AFFILIATED WITH THE ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA osevelt, where they remained
4328 until moving to CVW 10 a-
.. Blanding Boulevard at Harlow
board the USS Shangri La
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JACKSONVILLE .
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..,,: STATEMENT. OF CONDITION AS OF DECEMBER 31. 1965' >; I :
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ih"1'; .' :' ..,' ..It" ."-";,:, '" .,.,.{. ."II".5i-i ..' I.' ,!", '" J/1" .;.'. yards in October of 1965, and
-- : CVW 10 was assigned the task
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.1 LIABILITIES-. > shaking down. Personnel
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Loans andDiscounts.' I'! attack carrier operations again

Capital Stock ...... ..!..... .. and this be
.. ..._ _.._.. $ 400,000.00 was to accomplished
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gradually by deploying the three
.. attack squadrons of CVW 10

Less Reserve for \..* Surplus. .'..,..........;. .._..__..: ..........._. 220000.00: aboard her.Commencing. F

Losses on.Loans .. 25000.00 3895469.09 -"* .. J :: .-.:: : .

House. .'. .- .. .' 184,377.22:; ..: Undivided Profits ..:....-......:..._...... 107,578.16 of VA in early 46 Nov.106 ,detachments and- .
Banking .. ... ......... .?......... ,
.. .... 176, went aboard the carrier .

Furniture and ... .: .j ...:._. :101356.48 at Norfolk. The ship, with detachments -
Fixturesv, / Reserve,
for Dividends
... Payable .... ,. .- 8,000.00Reserves moved down to Guan- -
.. tanamo where the training con- :

Other. .,Resources., ......;?:.......;.::....-.... ,. '17802.96. j.' . '. ,. tinued. At this time the remain-
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U. S. Government ", .: \," ':" t..,: .. .:' .' ', carrier.

Obligations ........ : ,. "
$2,311,754.77. ,y" ;. ';" ;' ; '
'. .. ", .. .. .... Discount.. ? ......L.: .::- -:. ... ',2037is'40.,. The completion of the shake-
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down cruise in mid Dec-
Other Bonds and .' ...',: :.L"_', :: ember when came VA-46 debarked

Securities ............ :'; ., .
100,000.00 Deposits: ( : .. .. 733768062.* from the carrier and returned to
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: '. Total.-t .*..................._. ...........:.......... $8,286,001.70 Total:_..........._......._......... :._.,.....$8,286,001.70 1: toward ings while moving the carrier
perfection in the steppedup
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carrier. .
w Thanking the Military and Civilian personnel of .', .
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NAVY JAX. We appreciate your business. .

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: : : MEMBERS At present, the "Clansmen"
OF FEDERAL'DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
are attached to CVW3 aboard the
'. USS Saratoga and
are preparing
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73, 1966 JAX AIR N&VS/AFTERBURNER' "
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I The Role Of The U.S.. Navy In Viet Nam .::- ; i iI \I



I 'Peace' A Strange Word For .tBEFORE Navy- Hospital Corpsmen Has



Sailors Serving In Viet NamAs Major Role In Viet Nam WarDa


1965 passes Into history, ing hello, the harried supply I
peace In South Vietnam was the officer at one of the mammoth Nang Vietnam (NAV- the ammo at home.
NEWS) . On battlefieldin
thought of greatest concern. At depots the tireless SeaBee lay- a
the Instant when calenders Vietnam .30 and .50 caliber He (is
very Ing steel runway mats and the expected to disregard
changed United States ambassadors weapons sing a duet of death. his
young lieutenant with the Junk personal safety to expose
the United Nations.jthe Force be the Mortars and rockets are sym- himself to fire
peace can release enemy in the
Vatican and leaders of nations from fatigue . and bols in the cacophony. The pursuit of his profession. If
were and still are, seeking a yet It Is something more than scene appears to be one of com- he were less than heroic In
peaceful settlement of the VIet- plete pandemonium out of the din combat he would be unwelcome
In that.Peace is heard the cry, "Corpsman In the .
nam tragedy. Southeast Is knowing that a peo- outfit.
Asia the United States Navy In ple can govern themselves can Everyone there who hears the Any combat Marine in Viet-
action was striving for the same raise crops without armed cry knows for certain two facts. nam is confident several things
result; and though less publi- guards, can expect to see their One is that a Marine is wounded; each immensely comforting to
cized and sometimes forgotten sons grow and become fathers, the other is that within momentsa him. One is that if he gets
Individual Americans in Vietnamwere and can sleep in the same place Navy hospital corpsman will hit he will not be left behind
ambassadors for peace. each night. come running across the explo- no matter how pressing the cir
Peace is a strange word. Mostof Peace is knowing that no more sive battlefield to tend the wounded cumstances. Another is that \
the time It is said in the same children will be caught in the man. weather permitting and regard-
breath as the word "war", butit middle of a fire fight. Affectionately called "Doc"bythe less of dangers involved a Med ;r'\
can be different things to different This war Is different. We Marines with whom he serves, Evac helicopter will soon be :
men and )yet the same to are not fighting for Mom, Home, 'the corpsman is a vital, Integralpart there to pick him up. And,
each and every man. It is familIar and Apple Pie. We are fighting of every Marine infantry finally he knows that neither
yet elusive, and in its quest for the right of another peopleto platoon In combat. "If I" had hell nor Viet Cong will preventan I
each man follows the sound ofa live as they desire.A to choose between the two,' one immediate response to his
different druii. case hardened sergeant said of "Corpsman'I
road
long may be travelledon "I'd take the doc and cry
leave
Peace can be simple. For the both the diplomatic and ac- 'v along. ...... .._11 ,,, "'t..A .. ..m.1;
plane pusher on a carrier it tion fronts. But It must be AND AFTER ...
may be a few moments of sleep 'travelled for the attainment of At the top Is the Kep High.
between launches. For the personal and national freedomsin way Bridge, 35 miles north-
bleary eyed radar scanner on Vietnam .
and elsewhere.In
east of Hanoi, as It normally -
board a P3 on surveillance this
pat- journey peace will
rol possibly It is the thoughtof come from dedication to prin- appears. Below/ that, Is
t
his home ten thousand miles ciples, and dedication will come the same bridge after being l 1
.. away. For the Marine pilot from the inner strength of each hit by bombs from Navy air
sleeping in the seat of his wait man. The goal is worthwhile. craft from the attack car


Men Behind The Bombs. riers. 4 Tt
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That Don't Go OffHow


Saigon Vietnam (NAV- survivors and rescue personnelThe "rendering safe" Is accomplished -
NEWS) . The cheap wrist Navyman was a memberof with Viet Cong devices M
watch in the crude but artfully- a six man Explosive Ordnance .. most of which are homemade -
made little metal box spelled Disposal (EOD) Team assigned -- Is ,)kept a closely xrk
death somewhere between a split to U.S.Headquarters guarded secret by the EOD men.
second to 12 hours later. It Support Activity Saigon. Sometimes the Viet Cong boo-,
was the timer lof a brutally EOD TEAM'S MISSION by ,- trap the booby traps in
efficient Viet Cong Claymoremine attempts to eradicate the EOD
aimed at Vietnamese and Lieutenant Terrence Burke, man whose job Is frustrating their'' "LAUNCH AIRCRAFT." The signal from the man In the ;
American rescue parties bringing USN, of Taft, Calif., describesthe deadly designs. "Mickey Mouse" art sets men and machinery In motion to
out the dead and wounded mission of his Team as being ''SOUVENIRS hurl this F8 Crusader Into action over Vietnam.
from the bomb shattered Met- two fold. First disposing of DEADLY
ropole Hotel in downtown Saigon.. explosive ordnance discovered in Pan of the EOD Team's work
Someone had found the mine American operated installa- shop Is devoted to a museum -
across the street from the Met- tions in the SaigonCholonzone; like display of grenade and bomb
ropole. It had been cunningly and secondly doing the same job types. Some of them are master-
concealed 'inside an airline bag. for explosive ordnance discovered pieces of the terrorists' an --
The time was 20 minutes after in inland and coastal but not beyond the skill of Navy
'250 -.pounds,of explosives denot- warns throughout the southern EOD., Two particularly lethal x 1 .1 a
ated in front of the Metropole at three fourths of the Republic Items in the display case are
5:39-;,a.m.- Saturday' December4th. of.Vietnam. an exploding, fountain pen and an a..
A U. S. Marine and a The EOD Team operates American style cigarette light...
New Zealand soldier had been .around the clock. Two EOD er, both of which could blow offa
killed instantly I 72 Americans men, always on call, are likely hand or'even cause a mortal i
and three New Zealanders'were :linked to Saigon Military Police' wound.
rounded Eight Vietnamese died headquarters by radio and.tele
and 62 were injured. phone. Most of the EOD summons PRIVATE WAR .
; concern.suspected bombs, Boiler Tender First Class Paul
MOMENT OF DECISION'Quitely In and around U. S. installations.In McCraw ,of Front: Royal, Va.,
'
while American'MP's most of the.nearly dally cases a veteran of ten months with 1
and Vietnamese police moved to :received by MP headquarters Navy EOD In Saigon said"we're, "
'clear the-area, a IU. "Navy- :the calls turn:out to be a false. always on thealert for.' some r-
man, In green combat uniform larm. second .-- or: third device.
went to work on the Claymore 'The Viet Cong" says Lt. We ,know the Viet Cong would
mine. Years of training, and ;Burke sometimes wrap up a like to get us badly ,-- we havea .
experience were compressed into dead rat, or some' garbarge, kind of 'private war goingwiththeir
the. seconds?,it 'took him\to make or perhaps cans filled with'sand. bomb units."
his. 'decision. Then,: with. deft Jhey leave. these. .where they He the quoted the EOD school's:
easily 'be seen, however, ,motto. ""There :are only, two S3llti7 d"Zlf witJxtkx-jjay .:: '
:- strokes tools in steady,knowledgeable can ; ,. ., : :W : j'I j\
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.!-hands, the Claymore ;we' give them all the' full professional degrees ofeffectivenesscomR- '. I .. .' ..; .
,was rendered safe approach.. plete,,success, or total failure." ; See IU"f er trIeau. "i..: '
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Had the ',Claymore' detonated 1 '1 ::. : .
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I Jacksonville Area Civil Service-- News. ]I I




. Recent Civil Service Retirements At Jax



OVERHAUL AND REPAIRDEPARTMENT Donald D. White, Supervisory Mary W. Everline.Clerk-Typist,
Production Controller(Aircraft), came to the NAS In November
after a career in the Navy entered 1942 and is retiring to enjoy a
Milo E. Hughes employed Civil Service in May 1949. little leisure. ,
since March 1944 as an Aid tames He is going to retire to his homein t +t. 3 hi
Mechanic will retire and intendsto Nacoogdoches Texas. Ruth B. Sparkman Supply
offer his services as a fishing Clerk, is retiring and will make .
guide. PUBLIC WORKS DEPT. her home in Brooksville "to be

Mead T. Crumley, Supervisory near the children".
Emmett B. Petty, AircraftCJeaner.hasbeeninFederaISer
Engineer (Utilities), em- / fqs1 "
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ployed since May 1944, will do i/ ;
from 1943 March
vice February to
some traveling and make eU.1..E'f PROOF
1946 at Camp Blanding, March presen- ,,
tations in behalf of his Church
1946 to July 1950 at the Naval
I I Station, Green Cove Springs, and sponsored orphanage.
1950 December 1965 at
July to
William A. Hough, Carpenter
I I NAS Jacksonville. served the Station since July : r DURING A RECENT ceremony, Captain J. R. Mackroth,
1941. Officer HAS Jacksonville emblemsto
presented
Norton J. Richey Production Commanding ,
Controlman (AEM) has been con- a group of employees who/ have completed more than 30
John C. Johnson Power Plant
tinuously employed at this act- years of combined Federal service./ 'Shown in the picture above -
Controlman, has been.with
ivity since February 1942. since January 1942. us Is Lt. Paul J. Morf/necru/ and Jay W. Ellis of the Supply

Department, Captain Mcrcfcrofh, John T. Trible, Legal Officer
Airframes Robert J.Mechanic Rogers ,Leadingman served with Arthur M. Nelson, with pre- LCDR J. O'DonneWWer// / P. Long and Lt. J. A. McAllister

the Army from September 1941to vious Government service has Assistant Public Works Officer.
been at NAS
as a Supervisory

with April us In 1944 December and came 1944.to.work 1948 Structural and is Engineer retiring.A. since April Equal Job Opportunities


Isadora B. Stokes is retiring S A NAS lax COIt
Folger Snow, Architectentered Expected By
1955.after service since September Federal service in August UiI IAUA \ ,

1945 and transferred to the Naval
Air Station in September 1948. is the firm and positive policy action, or other employment mat
Louis J. Sweeney, Toolmaker of the Department of the Navy ters. The procedure for filing
has been with us since December that all qualified persons are assured complaints is posted on official
1943 and plans to spend his retirement SUPPLY DEPARTMENTFrancis of equal employment opportunities bulletin boards."Complaints.
,dabbling in,,real estate. without regard to concerning NAS
R. Gardner Traffic / J .I'Ve.A race, color, creed, national ori- Jacksonville and alleging discri-
James O. WhIddon, Carpenter, Manager entered Federal ser- )OlJNcc: ?M M ... gin, or sex. Captain John R. mination based on race, creed,
employed several times since vice in August 1929 and trans- J..Or Our )'OrJ Mackroth Commanding Officer color, or national origin may be
January 1945 is leaving to fish ferred to this activity in August MAfr*I c u.. A wPIIII 1 and Deputy Employment Policy addressed to me, Captain John
i and "take it easy". 1940. Officer for the U. S. Naval Air R. Mackroth, as Deputy Employment -
i Station, Jacksonville Florida, Policy Officer, Naval Air
I issued the following statementsin Station, Jacksonville, Florida,
connection therewith: Administration Building 1, or to
"Equal Employment Oppor- the Navy Employment Policy-Of-
tunity in government service is flcer Mr. Charles R. Peck, Of-
I S# St< a goal of the. federal merit sy- fice of the Under Secretary of the

i y. ;v.f"%n. *s 5, stem. Executive-Order 10925of Navy, Room 4E664, Pentagon
$:.ysrSk !'.y*a 5. March 6, 1961 specifies that Building, Washington 25, D. C.
55Sr 'It is the plain and positive obligation Complaints filed directly with
of the U. S. Governmentto the Navy Employment Policy Of-
promote and ensure equal ficer or with the President's
opportunity for all qualified per- Committee, however are refer-
ti n> $ w !: sons without regard to race, red back to me for initial in-
!a+< aa.F': .iS.: xr.F < creed, color, or national origin, vestigation..
gV4L seeking employment or employed -
by the Federal Government. "Employee complaints alleg-
"As Commanding Officer, I ing discrimination based on sex,
K.111 IE: 1. i. expect all civilian and military may be appealed through appro-
personnel to assume a personal priate supervisory channels of
responsibility for making the regular Navy grievance pro-
constructive contributions to the cedures and/or adverse action

{?'$m for a New Or Used Car? national goal as of expressed equality in of Executive opportunities -- appeal applicants procedures.alleging Complaintsof discrimination -

Order 10925. I also because of sex in
expect supervisory personnel to non selection for employmentmay
recognize that the assumptionof make' their complaint to the
; Let us help you with this responsibility is a con- Commanding Officer of the acti-
z.S dition of their employment. Fur- vity making the selection. If
.fs2 ther, I expect complainants to accept the complaint involves a disputed
; I Is4
( their obligations to support rating in an open competitive
AUTO FINANCING % any allegations of discriminationin examination and alleges discrimination
a temperate and factual man- based on sex, the com-
.eioy plaint should be addressed to the
anyk4 fiArI : ner."Any
I SHfr ,; :a9 a.y ;16 :+W9 S: ga' Federal employee or Civil Service Commission office
.Lowest Interest rate qualified applicant for employ- which conducted the exam-
ment, or his authorized repres- ination."
.Borrowers Insurance entative, may file a complaint if "Further information regard-
55 he' believes that he has been ing this matter may be obtainedby
r S5 discriminated against because of NAS JAX employees from Mr.
..Budget fitting terms race, creed color, or national Michael Cascone Employee Re-
origin, in connection with an lations Superintendent IRD,
application for employment,pro- Room 225 D, Building 907,
pay:6a: ,,pd y o ,.aTaFL. ,,, KSy motion, lay off, or discharge, U. S. Naval Air Station, Jacksonville -
1gyf 'j.y +rk n'x ..
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I tfVa'Aslc Us' Brig LectureProgram



Excuse us but we still can't Although I was behind Arkansas -
get over the holiday bowl games. throughout the game LSU
This week we went to NAS Cecilto pulled one of the major upsetsof AnnouncedLocal
see if that station's personnel the year with a great team
still remembered the New effort."

Year's football activities. We J. T. McArdle, YN3 in VFP- Navy Chaplains and pro
ask the men at this naval air 62: "I am a minent civilians from the Jack-

station which. of the bowl was their football sonville area will participate in ,t r> dd
favorite.A. "
I got the Brig Lecture Program con-
D. Gillain, AMSC in GSE: gest
ducted each
fanaOOlJjil quarter at NAS Jax.
"The Orange two days
Lectures and addresses are )
Bowl with Ala-
the LSU
A presented each Wednesday to
bama winning ansas :. .::, personnel confined at the brig,
over Nebraska. the Cotton as well as key personnel in ,
I Alaba- ,\
am an Bowl. McARDLEIt
leadership positions. The pro- 0 3a t
mafanas I happen : was the biggest of all + a hR S
; upset gram is conducted to fulfill t
to come the games., I think it was unfair the need to maximize prisoner ":<
from the state to LSU that Alabama came readjustment and correction. ...,{ I\
I've rooted for GILLAIN out on top in,the ratings. What a *'! i{ .
the Crimson Tide all my life.It LSU pulled off no team coulddo The lectures are generally of ,
was an outstanding game. to the Razorbacks in22 games. one hour duration, beginningeach FOUR DAYS AFTER the Variable Reenlistment Bonus
Alabama was suppose to win Other than being a major Wednesday at 10 p.m. (VRB) went Into effect, Paul T. Ewing, AX7', Patrol/ ''Squad
because of theirbowlexperience.But upset it turned out to be a fine Prospective guests should noti- ron Sixteen, received the first VRB paid at HFO Jax from
the, Tide had more losses game because both teams playeda fy the Brig Officer in advanceof
than the Cornhuskers. Nebraskawas hard hitting game." their attendance. Lt. L. C. Zilla// Officer-In-Charge. The total Including regular -
the bigger team but 'Bama bonus, amounted to $5,097.60. Ewing will receive a
was a two point favorite. part of the bonus each year on the anniversary of his reen-

If Alabama was tough this NATTC : II stment.r .
year wait until next I think
they are going tobe even better."
P.A. Cape, AMS1 in VF 174:
I think that ,. Behind The Scene r I
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technical college's ; :. New Books at Library
w"'" """
level of
education is by Angus Thompson. J03A By Sharon Arnold, LibrarianA '

probably a lit- ._ THOUSAND DAYS: John F. THE LOCKWOOD CONCERNby
tie higher than NARTU JAX man graduated one that is eagerly sought by Kennedy in the White House, John O'Hara. A major new
most schoolsand as "honorman" from the Naval many students attending Lead- by Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., The novel, his first in over two
it seems Air Technical Training Center'slast ership School. It is received by much discussed memoir of JohnF. years. It is the story of four
that showCAPE Leadership Class of the yearon very few. You should be proudof Kennedy's administration by generations of the Lockwood family
ed a. little better play on the foot- December 17. it as a symbol of 'achieve- the eminent historianwhowashisfriend of eastern Pennsylvania,from
ball field than most schools do.' William W. Whittmore, AN, ment in the midst of the stiff and aide. It gives an Inside the early 19th century Lockwoodwho
I think Georgia Tech's sophomore received the "honorman" certi- competition." the White House built a wall around his house
players looked very good ficate as a result of his 87.32 The 18 sailors all nonrated view of the great events and pol- for protection from his enemies,
and should insure that Bobby class average, appearance, and were f romN AS,N ATTC,NARTU, icy decisions of this brief but through the later generations who
Dodd will have another good team military bearing. and other area commands. dramatic administration, and a nurtured the family fortune and
next year, but I liked both teamsin portrait of President Kennedy as social position, kept wives in
the Gator Bowl this year." Commander G. A. Sundquist a personal friend, and as a man their proper places, sent their
Charles Ermey, ATN2inVF13 Jr., NATTC's Executive Officer, * who maintained, through all the children to the proper schools,
: The ---, presented diplomas to the 18 crises and pressures'of his lon- but ended their lives unloved and
Orange Bowl "' graduates. He told them that Members of NATTC Officer's ely office, a- youthful zest that unloving. :
has been the**'*! 'I they had just completed a very Wives?Club are still In smiles lent magicjto'the Kennedy,years. THOSE%WHO LOVE: A bio-
'best of theI rigorous course and 'that it was over their success in publishing AT PLAY IN THE FIELDS OF graphical novel of Abigail ;and
major games u*: -.1: something they could be proudof. and selling NATTC Calenders THE LORD by Peter Matthiessen. John Adams by Irving Stone.:The
for the past two =: last month. The proceeds were A novel set in the Amazon Jungle reigning master of theb/ographi-! }
years because Commander Sundquist told donated to the Children's Library where four fundamentalist cal novel here re enacts in
the Alabama Whittmore, "the award that I Fund missionaries are,in conflict withan dramatic style the life of Abi-
The gail wife of,our second Presi-
ERMEY American outlaw.
teams have am about to present to you is Mrs. JamesK.Simpsonserves plot '
played such good ball games. ; revolves around the struggle of dent and mother of our sixth. Against
as chairman of the Officer'sWives
'Bama should get a bowl bid Club. The calendar these people over the fate of a the background of stir-
primitive tribe of Indians the ring events in the Revolutionary
next year too even though they decided
project was upon at a
few of their missionaries being determined to period. Mr. Stone depicts the
are losing quite a Christmas Coffee held at the
personnel. The Tide is still going : Commanding Officer's save their souls, the outlaw to courtship of young Abigail by the
quarters their of life impoverished circuit lawyer
to be the team to beat. with Mrs. Thomas B. Ellison as save unspoiled way
C. L. Kuemmerle, AA inAMD: host. and preserve them from the dub- named John Adams, and their
"Alabama and ious benefits of civilization. life, together.

Nebraska in N .,
the Orange l .. ,.
best Bowl was of the the I We Could Make' A ; k

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bunch. Iwatch- rb b '
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Both teams KUEMMERLEhad

good seasons but as it turn- Offered By OurF/af HOOD '
ed out Alabama had the better.
I am not a strong football fan
but I do like Alabama:, it seems '
they always have a strong team. With TheRENAULT .
I think I'm going to start tak- "

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season." ...." .
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the Wing Eleven at NAS Jax. and Lfr
I Jax, located aboard Navy Regulations. ly at NARTU Jax. Although \ ,
Station,is S Other reservists head not fr S. ,
Jacksonville Naval Air Mercy MissionsIn straight to actually affiliated with the Navy, S
one of 18 Naval Air Reserve the locker rooms to ready them-
training! given the cadets isbasedon
.,'.<> Stations or Training Units October 1963, NARTU Jax selves for a day's' work with one s ::1
the
"'7::, ., strategically located throughoutthe participated in emergency mercy S S of the many aircraft assignedto Navy airman training pro
ir.: United States. operations to aid' the people of I NARTU J lax.S. gram.
r- organized in Haiti hit hard by Hurricane Flora. .
NARTU Jax was
I r when NARTU aircraft air- : ,S. Pilots, now in During this past summer the .
\ April 1946, at Cecil Field transport flight gear, are Franklin D. Roosevelt
I S 4tis Capt. F. W. Priestman reported lifted donated food and clothing ,. being briefed on the flight mis- along with: other Sea Cadet Squadron
Officer -In Charge. The from Ft. Myers, Fla., to Port- sions of the day. Then they are squad-
as rons '
in
command moved to NAS Jax In au Prince, capitol city of the off to the operations office to participated cruise .aboard a 1 14d.1Ytraining
NARTU
September 1946. Carribbean nation. S file their flight plans before Jax.
: The first NARTU Jax squad- Two NARTU helicopters took boarding their aircraft. Having i
rons to utilize their reserve combat part in daring rescues from the checked their aircraft thoroughly The introduction to the naval
training reported for dutyin roof of the burning Hotel :Roosevelt -. the engines are started and service for the young cadets has
i February and March of 1951 in downtown Jacksonville, the pilot receives taxi and take- included, Marine drill and rifle- '
I during the Korean Conflict. December 29, 1963. The crews S off Instructions from the Naval range indoctrination, orientation
__ Patrol Squadron '741 NARTU rescued eight of eleven persons Air Station tower. Ashort time flight s In NARTU Jax transport 1
S s ... was presented the Noel Davis taken from the, roof. later he is airborne. aircraft. and' cruises.aboard Navy
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A4B SKYHAWJCS, Jet attack aircraft of the Jacksonville Naval Capt. Pittman, NARTU, CO j. s ;;; "' :\,'" ,{ I In ni I.:.: $t hi IhL. ( ; = Cdr. Bell, .' j

: Air Reserve Training Unit, are depleted/ In this painting ,, .'.
Cdr.
John H. Bell S
Capt. Charles W. PittmanJr., ,,- ... /
'
: by Roy Grinnell.( The aircraft/ / with the familiar 6F on Is the tenth Commanding Officerof present NARTU Jax
the artist structure designating the Jacksonville Unit, are NARTU Jax. Born in Sioux Falls, South ,t

shown accomplishing a refueling mission In storm clouded Born In Waycross$ Ga., Capt. ta in May, 1924. 4, he : .
skies. Pittman entered the Naval Aca- University of Miami prior
demy In 1938. After graduationhe listing in the Navy,
reported for duty aboard the 1942.As.
USS Nashville, a light cruiser a Naval Aviation "'
attached to the Pacific Fleet. .. I I t t \ tended pre flight
5C300
I jI /
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5* NAS Olathe, Kansas.
The Nashville was part of the S '

$ task 'force that launched in 1942.Doo- S .M: 455 S April Released 1950, to Cdr.inactive Bell
little's Raiders on Tokyo
: SAVE 25 to $30 Capt. Pittman entered flight .- called by the Navy with
training In 1944. After receivinghis -i4 .S break of the Korean
S I s s S S
S
I wings he was ordered to S At this time he was
/ On Each '100 of Bureau Rates for Bombing Fighter Squadron Sev- : to the USS ,Kearsarge ( : )
en as Operations Officer. Since : as a fighter pilot and
\'I : :
1948 he has had several tours : Commander Fleet Air J
of duty involving guided missile \ L a special weapons team
AUTOINSURANCE. for Cdr. Bell assumed the
and special weapons projects '
the Navy. V ,. ,i;:" \ sibilities as C. O. of Anti
marine Squadron at San ,
After completing jet tran- The Jacksonville Naval Air Reserve Training Unit has three basic the S2F Tracker, the SH34J helicopter and the long range SP2E Nep Calif., April 1960. He
sitional training in November serial missions antisubmarine, transport, and attack. The reserve tune. To accomplish the attack assignment the Naval/ Air Reserve ordered to NAS New ,
1955, he assumed command of unit presently operates two types of transport aircraft the C-54 and relys on the A4B jet attack Skyhawk which Is capable of carrying a La., as a ASW Training
Jet Attack Squadron 34 at the the later version, the C-118. In the antisubmarine field the unit f/ys/ nuclear weapon. The unit also has a T33 let trainers T34 trainer and with the Naval Air S ]
Naval Air Station, Cecil Field.In one four-passenger Beechcraft. Transferred to the ;
I I Trophy by Under Secretary of Another mercy mission made S of the Chief of Naval
f, You enjoy these savings from, Bureau the Navy Thomas S. Gates, Jr., news for NARTU on June 3 3,1964, If night flying is not on this ships based at Mayport Naval serve Training,Cdr.Bell ,
early 1957?, Capt. Pittman October 28 1956 for Its month's' schedule,the reservist's' Station. the officer of
on pro- when Lcdr. Donald E. Kough. inspecting
Rates for the
Automobile
\ Family Policy reported for staff duty with Carrier -' ficiency and great example duringthe flew from Jacksonville to Alex- day ends at 4:30: p. m. squadrons, of he Naval I
without the Safe Driver Plan. 'YOU 'even Division Six of the Atlantic Korean recall.In andria, Louisiana, with snake 'S At 8:00: a. m. Sunday, it's' These cadets have great pride serve Stations and ; / '
Fleet as Plans and Special Wea- back to the hangar and another in their local units and the United' Oat.'r'. S
Patrol 741
I save, substantially, when the Safe Driver Officer. He ordered 1961.. Squadron serum to aid a stricken herpe- identify throughout
was to /
pons was again mobilized to provide, tology student of Louisiana Tech day very similar to Saturday. themselves with the Navy. It 1
: Plan Is used! the Bureau of Weapons In late support for the fleet during the College. The Jet run was credi-- At 4:30: p. m., Sunday afternoon, is felt that this program is one Cdr. Bell moved to '
1958 as assistant division head Berlin ,Crisis. The Squadron ted by doctors in saving the S the drill period for that month of the best sources that the Navy of Executive Officer of
for the Guided Missile Airframes remained on active duty for one youth's' life.Active. ends. After a muster and a has for building the kind of men val Air Reserve Training ,
Division. vear operating with Fleet Air brief look at what the squadrons j It needs. Jacksonville, in July 1965.
Duty Personnel and units have accomplished and ,

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YOU SAVE 30"":; from Bureau Rates for the Colli. and 285 enlisted men on d drill, the reservists return home. / /

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All the Naval Air Reservists
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driver training and when more-than-onc-car is units now attached to the NAS play an important pan In maintaining -

insured.installments.You may pay your premium in convenient S r J lax NARTU based command.Jax operates antisub-- Training the regularly defense of the our only nation.way .. .'. .' ., A ."

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Bureau Rates for the Family Auto Policy. Bureau aviation field of the Navy. working to remain ready in case $
I Rates are the rates developed by the National Bu. of any emergency. The remaining -
reau of Casualty Underwriters and the National Typical Drill Weekend time he is a responsible citRADM.. GEORGE P. KOCH, /fo rmer Chief' of Naval Air ? $

Automobile Underwriters Association for their mem. The Naval Air Reservist drillsone izen with a full-time job in serve Training talks with the ,high school press
ber and subscribing companies. weekend each month plus an) modern industry. atlves at the 1965 Annual Mil\\itary'/ Inspection/ high $ :

I HERE IS THE PROTECTION YOU GET annual: two week cruise. Dur- valuable The. Naval investment Air Reserve of the is tax a press con/ference. $

I When you insure your car with GEICO, you get ing this training duty every effort dollar. It is a n important
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and you are fully protected wherever you RADM. GEORGE P. KOCH, former Chief of Naval Air Re- typical drill weekend begins ,: Sea Cadet/ Program BIG CHIEFTIRE ,. ... $
I drive in the U.S., its possessions and Canada. This and RAdm. Robert Goldthwalte for some by catching a FrI-- [ O.
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\ Laws of every state, including the compulsory insurance FairJax/ inspect the young Navy League sponsored Sea Cadets Tampa or Orlando ,to NARTU Continual training has been the ,
I requirements of New York and North Carolina. at the 1964 NARTU Jax'' Annual Military Inspection. Jax. The training period officially reason for the success of the

Over 1,300, professional representatives across the begins at 8:00: a.m., Sat- Franklin D. Roosevelt Sea Cadet $
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;' FRA Inmch 126 Your Dental HealthContrary I
Pieces'
Opus Doors For I 'Bits & ,

to popular belief, however, In the time at which
Membership pregnancy does not cause tooth the teeth come In and also In For Women .
decay. I the order of their appearance.
Neither does the unborn child These first teeth are very BeauchampA
Marge
The membership of Branch absorb calcium from the Important, both to the baby's By
126 of the Fleet Reserve Association 'mother's teeth. health and to the health of the
exceeded the one thou- Dental authorities report that if permanent teeth that will follow woman's hair is her crown- consultation with a professional.There .
sand mark at the close of 1965. there Is an increase in tooth them. A wise mother will see ing glory, and her true glorycan Is a new color technique
In an effort to make 1966 aneven decay during pregnancy, the that they have the best of care not shine through without based on the basic natural odor
bigger and better year' Branch problem probably is caused by and are not lost before they shouldbe. proper hair care. No matter of the hair and using a tone
126 wishes to remind everyone increased consumption of sweets, what the style it has to com- on tone technique to lighten and
that the doors are always open poor home care of the teeth and A baby needs his first teethso plimented by shine and sheenor blend several shades. For some
for membership. failure to visit the dentist that he can chew properlyand the effect is lost. time this has been replacing the
I The Branch Is providing an regularly. eat a healthy diet. He BRUSH BRUSH BRUSHThe old flat, single color look.
Information table located adja- Only a few minor gum disorders needs his teeth for: speech and
cent to the entrance of the NAS can result from changesin appearance. He also needs themto most Important part of
Jax Main Exchange Jan. 13 and the hormones or blood vessels help maintain the shape of hair care is brushing. No amountof HAVE YOU TRIED A WIG?
14. Members of the Association ,during pregnancy, and these,can the dental arch and to preservethe emphasis on this pointis Smart women are turning more
will be on hand to answer inquires be minimized by, proper profes- space Intended for the perm- enough. But just as impor- and more to wigs and wigletsto
about the Association, sional treatment and home care. anent teeth. tant as brushing is brushing the on wear and tear to
save
Branch or Unit and to 'provide As for decay,during pregnancyAS If a first tooth becomes right way. From the root of their natural hair. The NAS
membership literature. during any other time, the badly decayed, infection may each hair to its very tip; from Jax Beauty Salon has recently
rreth require attention to diet reach and damage the permanent the crown of the head to the nap received a beautiful selectionof
ef cefet and proper dental hygiene.The tooth forming beneath. If a first of the neck and then back again. wigs. The wigs and wiglets
toothbuds which will become tooth is lost too soon those adjacent The best brushes to use have offered by the salon are all
rrr r the child's teeth begin to to the space will begin to natural bristles or rounded ny- 100<7 human hair and there Isa
( 'c\ r r form about the sixth or eighth drift into It, narrowing or clos- lon bristles, but which ever one choice of hand or machine
week of pregnancy. Food to nour- ing off the space needed by the you choose, put that brush to made tresses. The purchase
4 r ? ish them comes from the second tooth. It will probably,, use. If you find a few spare of the wig includes the
nutrients supplied to the come in crooked, and require minutes during the day, spend first price styling, a carrying case
1 ry entire fetus, and they requireno complicated treatment later. them brushing your hair. Use and wig block., The salon hasa
special foods, but a good, It's important to remember, the old trick of counting a hun- wig specialist on hand to insure -
well rounded diet for their too, that although they're called dred strokes if you like, but fitting and styling.
growth. "baby" teeth, some of them BRUSH, BRUSH, BRUSH. Mrs.. proper Athen Atchley, managerof
The "hardening" process, should stay in a child's mouth
y MPi. the NAS Jax Beauty Salon,will
or calcification, of the teeth be- until he's U or 12. HAIR STRAIGHTENINGFor of
be happy to answer
any your
gins between the fourth and sixth What kind of care do first call
Give her
wig questions. a
'( months of pregnancy, and by the teeth require? ages women have spent
Ext. 218 will talk-
time the baby is born, a consid- --Daily diet, a minimum of fortunes to have their hair curl- at you' enjoy
l i. / erable 'pan of the crowns of the sweets; they're a prime cause ed, but just in the past few years ing to her.
first teeth are already formed. of tooth decay. has there been an answer for
( The baby's teeth lie deep in --Fluoridated water. A child girls with too curly hair.Thereis SOCIAL BITS
the jawbones, under the gums. should drink fluoridated water only one way to straightenhair
i it As the crowns calcify and the from his birth, if possible, to and that is the professionalway. Members of the Navy Wives
the teeth strengthen his teeth decay DON'T do it yourself.
roots develop, push against Club # 86 enjoyed their New
i slowly toward the surface. They throughout his life. If your It might look like child's play, Year's Eve party and on Jan.
first usually appear at about six community does not fluoridate its but actually it is one of the 5 they held their monthly busi-
months of age, and a child usual- water try to interest'your com- trickest hair renovations going. ness meeting. The followingnew
NO DOPITr GAMBLE ly has all 20 of his first, or munity officials in obtaining the If you suffer from too curly Board Members were ele-
AND Il IBET. $Sq.G I CAN "deciduous," teeth by the time measure, also'talk to your dentist hair which makes it Impossiblefor cted at that meeting: Mrs. Leon
', PROVE IT.,* he's two and a half or three.: about topical application of fluor- you to enjoy today's free Conley, President; Mrs.JohnLee
There Is 'much'' variation ide -- painting your child's teeth and easy casual styles, check Vice President; Mrs. Jer-
\ with a special fluoride. with your stylist on the possibility ry Marshall,Chaplain;Mrs.Herald -
'--And when all the first teeth of straighting. But be Lutz, Trasurer; Mrs. Ted
are in, it's time to visit the sure that he is an expert in Glassmire Recording Secretary;
CHIEF CAMPBELL'SBlanding dentist. In this early visit the the field, because curly flair can Mrs. Jay Perry, Corresponding
: : Tenneco dentist can detect cavities before be surprisingly fine and easily Secretary and Mrs. Joseph Ska-
they become ,deep and painful.He hurt. The goal should" alwaysbe pyak Parliamentarian. Mrs.
SERVICE STATION can also make sure that the the look of straight hair but James Franklin and Mrs., Ar-
103rd and Standing Offers permanent teeth are developingas the retention,of body. thur Ebright served refresh-
they should.
ments after the meeting.
WHAT ABOUT COLOR
( GAS FOR LESSTo Please forward all social and
Changing the color of your club news to Jax Air News, Box
Military P.rsol..I.11I ? tHMttitA..If hair with today's beauty aids 2, U. S. Naval Air Station, Jack-
is easy and inexpensive, but this sonville, Fla., Attention: Marge
Government Employees ('llt area of hair care also requires Beauchamp.

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r Movies' .. Club Schedules
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Movies at 7 will p.m.,be Monday shown through regularly "O" CLUB Charlie Jay will at the Grace Chapel Parish. The \Wanf Ad S cH l

Saturday. NATTC will have two provide the entertainment this NAS lax Combo will appear on
feature times, 2 p.m. and 7 Friday. The band for Saturday Monday when the USO hosts Star
p.m., on Saturdays and Sundays.The will be announced at a later date. Dust Fantasy night.

hospital will have one feature Tuesday is foreign dish night . . Ads should be mailed
featuring gourmet treats from to the Holt Publishing Company,
on Sunday at 7 p.m. France. 3649 Philips Hwy> Jacksonville, Florida 32207 to arrive
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Cecil Field will have two shows Chicken CECIL FIELD CPO CLUB not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs'
during the week at 5:30 and 8 Night for the whole family Friday is dance night, music will day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published
p.m. Matinees will be shownon . . be by the Night Shades from 9 the following week unless the publisher is instructed other
weekends at 2:00 p. m. and till 12:30. The galley will have wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
7:00 p.m. CPO CLUB Dancing this lobster dinner for $2.25 or Crab- be received WITH the copy for the ad.
Friday night will be to Mark Au Gratin for a $1.25 alsoa
Thursday, January 13 Castle with Phil Cay and the 12 oz. T bone for a $1.55. DO NOT SEND CASH
Chantels on Saturday. The ,Star- Saturday night the Night Shades RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . .,. . $2.00
NAS War Lover Robert dusters will apear at the Chief's will be back again. Dinner will Per additional line ((4 words per line',. . .0.50
Wagner Steve McQueen Club on 'Sunday at 4 p.m.. The be a shrimp dinner for a $1.00
NATTC Cleopatra Elizabeth Mark Castle band! will take over Sunday's dinner Chicken chow -

Taylor, Richard Burton at 8:30 p.m. meln for 85tf; child plate 50tf. For Sale 1961 Olds F 85 NEW HOMES
Hospital The Skull Peter ... . Monday the bar will be CUSTOM BUILT
open.
Wagon V/8, A/T, R & H./S/W 4 BRs & 3 BRs, Panel dens w/
Cushing, Christopher Lee ACEY DUCEY CLUB The Wednesday Is game night start- 2 tone paint Ivory over Maroon fireplaces, central heat & A/C
C. Field Barabbas Anthony Moonlighters will provide dancing ing at 7:45. There will be a .One Owner Must Sell Now IfH wooded lots. Down pymts
Quinn, Ernest Bornine i music on Friday with the shrimp dinner for a $1.00. First Offer over $650.00 Phone $1200 thru $1900.

Friday, January 14 Holidays appearing on Saturday.Sunday's Holt, 359 4040 Weekdays.FOR VIRGINIA E.,BELL BKR.
entertainment will be . .'. 264-2488 356-2462
NAS Requiem For A Heavy- the "
provided by John Arnold 4".
weight Anthony Quinn, Jackie Game night is every Sunday! and CECIL FIELD CPO CLUB RENT: LOVELY UNFURN.
Gleason Tuesday. Tonight is game night, starting 2Br Apts. $54 mo. kit equip
NATTC War Lover Robert ti . at 8 p.. Friday Mel Gaden optional 611 .& 617 Woodruff M3 SINGER 3" "
Wagner, Steve McQueen will be here to entertain. Sun- Ave. water and sew FREE 781 SEWING MACHINES $15
Hospital Cleopatra Eliz- BLUEJACKETS INN March day the Crescents will .be hereto 2194 left In storage, good cond. fully
abeth Taylor, Richard Burton provide the entertainment. elec. does everything, complete
Wilson and the Redcoats will play
C. Field Breakfast at Tiffany's for your dancing pleasure tonight, Monday Tuesday,Wednesday and attachments. Yours for storage
Audrey HepburnGeorge with the Trespassers taking! over Friday nights "Happy Hour"from HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT: charge $15.00 call warehouse
Peppard the spotlight on Friday night. 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. The club Ortega Hills 3BR 2B, Paneledden 353-1946 1606 Main St. FREE
Saturday, January 15 The club will be closed Saturday will be open for parties onnightsno bit in stove and oven, PARKING
entertainment is scheduled. sep. dining room. 264 4078.
evening for the NARTU closed
NAS Ride the Wild Surf -
pany. A special show will be
Tab Hunter ..
SELL RENT BUY-TRADE.
NATTC -Requiem For A Heav- presented Floods Band Sunday and when Floor Dick Show S AUTO FOR SALE: '59 PONTIAC Station CHOICE 2, 3, 4 BR homes $100
yweight Anthony Quinn, Jackie
from Nashville make their INSURANCE Wagon. Good Condition. dwn, no dos costs. Fast MoveIn. -,
Gleason $400. Call 768 9260 Tell us your needs. DUKE
apearance. Game night is every
Hospital War LoverRobert
n- LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771 0374.
Wagner, Steve McQueenC. Wednesday. MILITARY
Field The Skull Peter . . All Ranks and Ages TEMPORARY HELP: Stenos,

Cushing, Christopher Lee USO NOTES, 318 North Ocean Monthly Payment Plan typists, key punch oper., temp.
Sunday, January 16 Street Special events this weekat assign., as you are available. 2BR APARTMENTS: Orange
TEMPORARY TALENT 356 Park nice Cum ',
the USO include music for your very or un-
NAS Sandokan the Great -
Steve Reeves pleasure on Friday night, and tfo to NAS J1 0753 fume 264-6884
January's Birthday Party on Sat- 1 / ',o-., v-.s: 1> 7
NATTC Ride the Wild Surf -
Tab Hunter,'Fabian urday. Vespers and refresh- jMcDOUGALL'Sisuroncc POODLE CLIPPING: Profes-
Hospital Requiem For A ments on Sunday will be held // sional training by New York REAL ESTATE: Free consulta-
Heavyweight Anthony Quinn, School of Dog Grooming 771 tion advice. 7 days we k.Homes
,Jackie Gleason L : 0215. Puppies and Stud Service. for sale, $100. Down.. Equities
C. Field Cleopatra -Elizabeth No Qualifying.Rentals.Hc nesite, ,
Taylor Richard Burton inlet Marina FOR SALE: Redeoor3BRhome, Lots, Acreage, Investments.
$100 dwn. $55 mo., ORANGE WALTER T. BOWEN, Reg. Bro-
Monday, January 17 AND IOATYARD ,P K.REALTY.BKRS.264-6144 ker USN Retired. 384 1376
NAS SabrinaHumphreyBo: -
gart Audrey Hepburn Now Fictiry-TrriMd. Mtrcrabcr Strvk ] ',I

Steve NATTC Reeves- Sandokan the Great- MERCURY SALES ft SERVICEIOATSMOTORSTRAILERS *. * *

Hospital -.Ride the Wild Surf- ,""'

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Field War Lover -Robert Wet & Dry Storage Marine Ways I w "

Wagner, Steve McQueen Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET
U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH Be creative

Tuesday, January 18 ORANGE PAKIi PHONE 264-9835
Writ. Your OWM Wait Ai 3:Hits Oily $2.00Ads
NAS Secret of My Success -
Shirley Jones, Stella Stevens
NATTC Sabrina Humphrey
Bogart, Audrey Hepburn YOUR INVITATION
. Hospital SandokantheGreatSteve -
ReevesC. TO VISIT..ONE. Or THE SOUTHEAST S '
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COVERING A CITY BLOCK FEATURING

Wednesday, January 19 PERSONALIZED SALES & SERVICE
* NAS Seven Little Foys MIND .-. : '.: '.. -.., : Y-v-: ..... -.' .
Bob James CagreyNATTC "
Hope, "' ";
Secret of My Suc .5' .{ .
Jones, Stella Stevens : ': '',,.''
cess Shirley Ford Motorama Inc.Hy / : ; I I; '

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Bogart, Audrey Hepburn 17 Green Cove A ::' ; ,
Springs Flo. : i.M
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JUNK PATROL United '''States Navy ship and units of the
Ford i l Motorama I I Inc.HY Republic of Viet-Ham Navy patrol more, than 1,000 miles of 4

RVN coastline In a counter-infiltration/ effort called Operation

17 6REIN CQVE SPRINGS riA Market Time. U. S. Navy ships and long-range patrol planes
work in conjunction/ with ships of the RVN Navy coastal junk
P for your con have msfo//e'o'// o force. Here an RVN lIason officer from',the USS Firm searchesa

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HONORSA Marine Observation SquadronTwo currently eligible for VRB who.
in Vietnam last August. have been officially notified of
Navy Commendation Medal According to the citation. Sgt. JAX MARINES pending appointment to commis-
and two Meritorious Masts were Reeder participated in thirteen sioned or warrant status are not
awarded and 14 Marines were combat missions against the insurgent eligible. Marines whose appli-
promoted during an evening par- Viet Cong forces. These tySgt. Joel Ferguson cations for commissioned or
ade held last Friday on the Ma- missions including armed escortof EXT. 400 warrant status are under con-
rine Aviation Detachment par- transport helicopters and --- sideration by the board must request -
ade field. armed helicopter 'reconnaissance "By his exemplary courage to be sold. It is also requestedthat VRB eligibility determination -
Sgt. Bernard D. Reeder III were flown into and and devotion to duty in the face the gift be wrapped. De- from CMC.
received the Navy Commendation over Insecure areas where Sgt. of hostile fire and hazardous licious refreshments will be ser All awards will normally bepaid
Medal with combat "V" Reeder delivered fire into enemy flying conditions" the citation ved. For further information In equal yearly Installments
for meritorious service while positions frequently during adverse stated "Sgt. Reeder upheldthe on the meeting or for those for length of reenlistment, first
c:*rvfna as an aerial gunner with weather conditions. finest traditions of the United desiring transportation, call Installment will be paid at time
...., ,. ,' States Naval Service." of reenlistment and subsequent
781 0633
- :; : Mrs. Wilkes at or
: Installments on each succeeding
Receiving meritorious mastsat Mrs. Slocumb at 264 9487.
the parade were Sgt., GeorgeL. anniversary during the reenlist-
BONUS
VARIABLE
ment period. In special mer-
Wilson and LCpl. John F.
? Barczak. Sgt. Wilson was hon- Headquarters Marine Corps itorious cases upon approval of
IH :'< ored for finishing the 22 week has announced the Variable Re- CMC VRB may be .paid in a
Aviation Electricians"A"'School enlistment Bonus Program. Effective lump sum.
with the highest average in his Jan. 1, 1966 personnel MOS's eligible for the Fiscal
class. He was commended for who reenlist or extend for the Year VRB Program:
his exceptional initiative mo- first time in the USMC will a. FOUR multiples:
tivation and a sincere desire to be paid IN ADDITION TO RE- 5931 5944
learn. GULAR REENLISTMENT BON- 5941 5949
LCpl. Barczak was cited for US, the Variable Reenlistment 5942 5951
consistently demonstrating Bonus to qualified Marines in 4943b.
A ap ingness and ability to accomplishall MOS's as specified in the following THREE multiples:
assigned duties in an outstanding list. The VRB Is sep- 2831 5961
manner while conductingan arate from the Proficiency Pay 2841 5973 "
\ administrative audit of service Program. Upon reenlistment, 2851 5976
records of personnel of the Ma- personnel may, if otherwise eligible 2861 6613c.
rine Aviation Detachment. Ac- be awarded proficiency TWO multiples '
cording to the mast citation, pay. The amount of VRB paidto 0241 6422
LCpl Barczak conducted the qualified Marines shall be 02516441. ..
audit after normalworkinghours calculated by multiplying the nor- 1341 6442
concurrently with heavy volumeof mal initial (first) reenlistment 2131 6443
routine work, and displayed bonus by the multiple designatedIn 4011 6615
COMMENDED SgtMaJ. John Ware, from left, assists LtCol.J. .
list.
following
W. Sullivan In awards to Sgt. Bernard D. Reed remarkable initative completing 4021 6671
presenting the audit on schedule. To be eligible for VRB a Ma- 4061 6711
er, III/ Sgt. George L. Wilson/ and LCpl. John F. Barczak. Promoted to MSgt. at the par- rine must meet all of the following 4071 6713
Sgt. Reeder received the Navy Commendation Medal and ade formation were Lamar E. requirements: 4081 6715
Sgt. Wilson and LCpl. Barczak were cited In Meritorious Barfield and Wesley D. Martin. a. Be LCpl or above except 6413 6811
Masts. (See story) GySgt. Ralph T. White was pro- for eligible M:>S's in occupational 6418d.
moted to his present rank and fields 03, 08, 18 and ONE multiple:
MOS's 1371 and 6742 where the
accepting their warrants for Staff 0221 2142
Sgt. were Charles A. Parsons grade requirement is Cpl. or 0231 2143
WESCONNETT Richard W. Seiders, Carl W. above, and designated in VRB 0431 2144
Fountain, James A. Stubberfield eligible MOS listed in followinglist. 1141 2311
1u' James A. Patrick and John J. 1161 3516
Polis check. b. Have completed at least 1391 6412
FLORISTWe
24 months of continuous active
Promoted to sergeant duringthe 2141 6511 i
ceremonies were Darrell F. service before discharge release ADDITIONAL MOS's -- ONE \
wire Flowers Martin, Jerome L. Webster, from active duty of first multiple (to be paid to qualified ;
Located halfway between Cecil & HAS. at Thomas W. Mosley, Charles extension of initial term of en- Marines grade of Corporal,or I
.
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P. Weidman and George H. listment.c. above otherwise qualified in accordance -
J03rd St. & Wesconnett Blvd. Brand. Be eligible and recom- with basic order.)
5329 WESCONHETT BLVD. mended for reenlistment/exten- 0311 0846
WIVES/ MEETINGThe
sion.d. 0331 0847 .
FREE DELIVERY RHONE 771-3770- Marine Wives will hold Extend or reenlist in the 0341 0848 \
their meeting on Monday Jan- Marine Corps within three 0351 0849 j
uary 17th at Bldg. 400 aboardthe months after discharge or release 0353 1811 j
Naval Air Station commencing from active duty, for per- 0369 1831 .
Z s ? .;z at 8 p.m. All Marine iod which when combined with 0811 1833 :
Gives are invited to this meeting prior active service totals not 0842 1371 ':
and a "White Elephant" salewill less than six years.SPECIAL 0844 6742
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. be held. CASESa.

Each person is requested to Applicants for canmission- M . . . . ,
bring a "White Elephant" gift ed or warrant status. Marines

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, NAS Jax Will Host HAS Jax Outlasts HAS Glynco ,




Annual Swim MeetThe For Pair Of Weekend Wins '


Indoor Pool at NAS Jax team per event. Contestantsmay
will be the site of the 3rd
Jacksonville annual enter only two relays. The NAS Jax Navy basketballteam At half time the score was Glynco ran up a 14 point spreadat
Navy Invitational
Meet Scoring will be on the point rode out two last second knotted at 39 all. After play one point In the game. lax '
Swimming on Jan. 29. for both the
Members of twelve teams from system and Individual storms last weekend against NAS resumed Glynco. pulled ahead by Navy battled back behind the
Northeast Florida and Southern relay events. Contestantswill Glynco to sqeek out victories by two point margins three times. shooting of Chuck Austin to holda
Georgia will be In compete only In their age one and two point margins With 11 seconds left on the one point lead In the closing
participating group. against the Georgia Navy team. clock Jax Navy moved into the seconds of the game. Jax's
the meet, well 80
as from as rep All entries must be post In Friday night's contest Jax lead by three and this time it Bob Farley Iced the game when
resentatives the NAS
Swim Team. Jax marked by midnight Saturday Navy moved ahead of Glyncoby was for good. In a. last ditch he sank a pair of free throwsto
January 15. Entries accompaniedby five points four different times effort a Glynco player cut loose put Jax ahead 74 72.
Contestants, ranging from 6 the entry fees should be sent in the game, but the Glynco with a shot from midcourt that Last year's leading scorer,
19 years of age, will participate to: Navy Jax Lcdr. J. H. 0' sailors played a nip and tuck connected for two points. center Fred Kloman from the

In various events that Include: Donnell, Jr., NAS Legal Office game to remain In the Nonhern But the game ended with the hospital, once again led the Jax
butterfly, breaststroke, back
stroke, free style Individual Ext. 434. Fla. Ga. Conference. clock running out and Jax Navyin Navy team in scoring In Fri-
possession of the ball and a day's game with 26 markers.
medley, and free relays. Events
one point 88-87 victory. Howard Brown from vp 30
will from 50 to200
range meters.
Saturday's game was a near added 16 to Jax Navy's winning
All entrants' for the
one day replay of the previous night's action effort. Austin from FICEURandLou
meet must be
currently reg- only this time It was Glyn Rada also hit in double figures -
istered AAU athletes.
Entry co that put the leading margin ; Austin had 12 for the
fees for individual athletes will
on the Scoreboard and the Jax night and Rada dumped in 11.

be three$.75 individual per event events.with a,limitof The t0j; i t '4 t; &\*. itf&\h* *: 1\ jX; W {.>>?0' team had to come back to earn Austin paced Jax in Saturday'sgame
Its 72 74 victory. with 24.
fee for relay teams Is $3 per


Chief Bowen MacDill's Pitts Hits 90, -
Rod-Gun Club Gunning :

Whit Another Has I


Pistol Match NAS Openln.sThe Cecil Field Rod To Shoot Down NAS Cecil


Distinguished Pistol Shooter and Gun Club held it's monthly. Last weekend It was strictlya foul trouble down there and expect of his 90 points from the free

George F. Bowen, an AQC at meeting last Thursday In one-man show In the two bas- to put up much of a show," throw line. Cecil hit on 7 of
NAS Cecil Field, swept throughthe the station golf club house. ketball games between NAS Ce- Richerson said. 11 and 6 of 10 free throwsIn
competition at the Jacksonville Lieutenant L. L. Newman, the cil Field and MacDill Air Force "Cecil has nothing to be ashamed the pair of games. "

Police Range last Saturdayto club president announced that Base as high forward Bruce of,"Richerson said, "this MacDill and Cecil are paired

come out the best of 40 participating memberships' In the organization Pitts pumped In 90 points in the was one of the finest 'ball clubs again this weekend in two gamesat
shooters. are still open for 1966. two nights to lead his team to two In the South, and Pitts is withouta NAS Cecil. Richerson has
Chief Bowen blazed away at The club is planning to begin easy victories over the Raiders. doubt one of the toughest men hopes that this time he can put

the police qualification course the plowing for spring grain Raider coach O. G. Richerson In the South to stop." up a working defense against
with three different weapons and plantings In the dove field said his team threw up nearly At 5'10" Pitts has been clip- high scoring Pitts. The Cecil
off within the next two to three of defense there the bet- coach to be back at full
ended the day six points a every type was ping through season at a expects
perfect score for 90 rounds.He weeks. on Pitts as he weaved, faked ter than 40 points a game strength for the game, and witha
recorded scores of 297 The next monthly meetingwill jumped, and shot his way to 53 average to keep his team witha full roster he plans to guard
19X In the 38 Cal. shooting, 298- be on Thur. Feb. 13, points In the first 93 37 win perfect record.In the MacDill forward a little closer
at 7:30 p.m. in the golf clubhouse 37 in the 86 62 Pitts than last weekend.
13X In the .45 Cal. phase, and and points Friday night's game
299 20X In the .22 firing. Lt. Newman urges second_ night victory. unleased his shooting arm for
Chief Bowen's three scores all members to attend.IQ The NAS Cecil Field team 30 points In the first half as the

were the highest ever fired on was doomed almost before leav- Raiders shuffled men and defen-
the range. It was the first time ing this Naval Air Station as ses to stop the one man show.
he had shot on the course. 1".3.... the Raiders traveled with only The Raiders were on the short
Wednesday. ef Bowen shot. 1 seven players. "We couldn't end at the half 59 31.

against the same competition in afford to get in any kind of In the second half MacDill

the North Florida Police spon- (AFPS Weekly Feature) poured it on ''as they added 34 TV
sored match.Mostors. more points.and limited the Raiders .
1. What single player has ,Fli.-Gt..CMhrtiuBiskatbillStMdliis, to .just six counters. in the RENTALS .
To BoAt last frame of
led the American League In stol- play.
Center Floyd Catleh forth
bases for the nine ? put
en 'past years .
effort for the
the best scoring
ChessTourrnsmont
Jax 2. Who scored the lowest
NORTHERN LOOP Raiders with 10.

the single U. round S. Women's ever recorded golf In Saturday the Raiders gave a : : ...
Open .
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championship? Team Won Lost little better account for them- (c+J) $ PElt AU, NtwI 4 'J"
selves but still lost 86 62. DAY
chess POITAILU
Two international grand 3. Elroy Face of the Pit- ,
Hunter AFB 10. 2 Pitts was held below his 40
will be participating In Pirates established the
masters tsburg
NASJAX > 9 3 plus average but he still pumpedin FAST
the North Florida Chess Tourn-. highest winning percentage of any
NAS Glynco 5 '7 37 to lead both teams in scor-
the Mayflower Hotel, In since 1900 in 1959. What rTurner
ament at pitcher 4" REPAIR SERVICE
6
AFB ing. MacDill increased its 44 -
Jacksonville on Jan. 28, 29, and was that record?
Robins AFB
4 8 29 half time lead by nine pointsin
30.An 4. Who ,holds the all time Moody AFB 2' 8 the second half. Raider for-
estimated 20 Navy players record for National Basketball
ward Jim Marshall hit a hot EmersonSan
from area Installations will be ,Association playoff scoring?
field
SOUTHERN LOOP streak and pumped In seven
going up against some of the 5. There have been four play
best competition in' the tri off's for the pennant In National goals.. ..J19.'D.TY' .
Team Won Lost MacDill shot a high, percentage -
state area In their respective League history. What team the
from the charity stripe;
classes.All played In all four? MacDill AFB 7 0 team clicked on 29 out of 35
Interested in 4812 SAN JUAN
players par- Patrick'AFB 5 3 foul shots. Pitts didn't missa
ticipating and those who would ANSWERS Sanford 2 4 foul shot In the two nights of 387-2121
like to watch are Invited to the Orlando 2 4 playas he accounted for 14 out

three day event. NAS CECIL 2 6
Play will start 'Friday when ,
Dr. Juan Gonzalez, of Miami, slaepoQ tLL'S3ulod OirZ'ZJo 9

will exhibition'give a in simultaneous which he will chess playas 13o1, 1r PJA 2J114)d qog .6Isew THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE <. MONEY IN I 1 DAY
Northern Robins
contestants as enter Gy6' e JOJ :aooXpio Loop: at Glynco '
many jsoi pur 81 UOM ?3EJ *e ,lax at Turner. Moody at
the Dr. GonzalezIs
competition., .1.91r tllJIo\ tOOt uJ ito9 Pnf 'I Hunter. Southern Loop: MacDill.
second ranked in the current $25fo'600ON
t
Florida Chess Association ratIngs .a1oWJ1e8JOOJ J..Jedv sJI.t} !* NAS CECIL. '

He is an International YOUR'SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE
grand master and an ex United
States champion several years.A ROBERTS CHEVROLET Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us

second International grand how much, you want. Pick up the cash at 'your
master entered In the tournamentis needs USED CARSWe convenience. Same-day service.

Mr. Norman T. Whicker of.

Washington.' WHI Pay Top Dells! 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN

Players will be divided Into .
their respective divisions for the New Fer Yon Car !II Trade You wt Pmt You Get Mo. Plitt.

five round Swiss System Tour- l '.
nament. Play will be either 50 OR New Or Good Used Ctr. $ .C.33 $ 5.00 $355.79 $'21.00 .

moves or two and one half 151.80 '.00 .c27.51 25.00

hours. See Us See*. 219.21 13.00 ,500.51 29.00
Cash and prizes will be givento 286.73 17.00 600.00 U.39DIALT
the first' three places In the

' different divisions. Membership ROBERTS CHEVROLETAND
' fees In the United States Chess payments include -

Federation and the Florida Chess :;

Association must be paid to enter. OLDSMOBILE .,
co/Np241
There is also an entry fee for

each division. Green Cove Springs FloridaPH. West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735
Interested In ,
Navy participating
players ,
should contact J. L. 5256 Beach Boulevard Diol 3592895I

Hires, ADJC at NAS Cecil Field; 284-3033 JAX 264-9600

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NAS Cecil Team Hands St. Pete Whistling In 4'


H: First Tournament Loss In Two Years 'UJJ.

The Rigging
r NAS Cecil's volleyball team other two spike posts for' the On Feb. 19 NAS Cecil will
got the sweet taste of revengetwo Raiders. host an invitational tournament ,
weekend's ago which other NAS Jax made their first tour- with teams coming from all over by P. S. T/j/feoc/eoux/

teams throughout the state of nament appearance at Tampa and Florida and an entry from Atlanta This column will be a weekly the Florida Yatch Club and the
Florida have been trying to accomplish put on a good show. McGuckinsaid which McGuckin considers feature of It his publication Rudder Club.
for the past two years. that the Jax team was strongon to be a strong contender for the > written to inform those ot For those who do not desireto
The Raiders, coached by Tom defense but that the team's crown. He said that he hopedto who are really "Sailors you at compete in the club's racing
McGuckin, participated in the offense wasn't established yet lure NAS Memphis,this year's Heart", of the activities of the activities, there are boats available -
Tampa Invitational Tournamentover and was still weak. "Theysnuckup for and
Navy Jacksonville Sailing Club. family sailing just
New Year's and came away on us In one of the early strongest team in the 6ND, to To give you a little backgroundon plain relaxed cruising, day -
with the tourney crown after beat- games and had us tied at the the club and and
competition. This would also the it's activities, dreaming acquiring a good
St. Petersburg out to mark end of the regular play. In the
Ing enable the Raiders to see what the following information is pre-
the first time the bay city team overtime they got the best of tan.So
Memphis ha$ this year and pre- sented. If you are really a "Sailor -
has lost a tournament in us 13 11, McGuckin said. pare before tourney time. The Navy Jacksonville Sailing at Heart", whether your meat
two years. Jax finished in a tie for fourth Club was first formed in 1955 Is driving a boat to it's utmostor
The Raiders have played in place. under Cdr. R. C. Woodside. The just idling across the river
three other USVBA sanctioned The Raiders have two more McGuckin said that Molina was club Is presently sponsored by dreaming of that 75' schooner
tournaments around Florida last Florida Tournaments coming up. scheduled to deploy with his Capt. T. Washington of the 0 & you'd like to own, come on downto
year and each time they finished The first is January 29 at Or- ,squadron sometime next month R Dept. As A Special Services the Navy Jacksonville Sailing
second to St.Pete. But the Tampa lando and the Raiders can be and that this loss would leave activity, the club receives finan- Club and join In the funl!
Tourney was different as the assured that St. Pete will be him with the problem of shifting cial and operational support from
Raiders over came their rivals there and this time they will his personnel in order to balance the Composite Recreation Fund of
by scores of 15 11 and 16 14. be looking for revenge. the team's game.. the Naval Air Station, Jack-
In winning the tournament the sonville. Social functions of the Winter RegattaAt
Raiders beat the eight other club for from ini-
are provided
entries a total of 16 times. Coach Rockets Meet League Leaders tiation and monthly dues paid by NAS Jax
'....., McGuckin was pleased with the each member. The dues are;

performance and said that he Tomorrow Night In ColiseumThe $5.00 for initiation and $1.00 Next WeekendThe .
the
felt this was the first time, per month thereafter for Individual -
team has really jelled this year. members. A family planIs Navy Jacksonville Sailing
"We worked out every day Jacksonville Rockets "Although the last trip was also in effect for those mem- Club will host the Winter Regatta -
p during the holidays and the team swing back into action Firday disastrous..as usual..we went in bers for whom sailing Is a fami- of the Tri Club Series of
was in good shape," the ex against the best team in the Eastern to the trip with the best pos- ly recreation. races here at NAS SAX on Jan-

r Navy volleyball player said. Hockey League'sNorthern sible place to pick up point or Meetings are held at 7:30 p.m. uary 16. A skipper's meetingwill
"We had some fine setting Division, the Long Island Ducks. points. We figured we could on the first Tuesday of each take place a 1:30 p.m. and
by Rene Molina and BUI Kemp- The Rockets expected big Col- score at Charlotte and Knoxville month at the clubhouse, located the races will commence at 2:00
'' ton" McGurkin said. "There iseum crowds for both Wednes- ," siad $gan. directly south of the Station Brigon pm. Spectators are welcome.
wasn't any outstanding player' day, and tomorrow nights mat "We were down 3-0 in Charlotte Ranger Rd. Club member- The races will be held in the St.
named for the tournament but If ches. but we came back to make
{ ship is open to all military ser- John River, south of the NJSC
there would have been one It Coach Pat Egan's Rockets had 3-2" he continued. "The Checkers vice personnel ( active duty, clubhouse at the end of Ranger
certainly would have been Molina.He won three games in a row and scored in the third periodand retired and reserve) and their Road.
was all over the floor dig- five of their last six in the Col- put it out of reach. dependents In the Jacksonvillearea. Expected to compete in the
ging them out and every set iseum, as of Wednesday, but "We gave Nashville a good This Includes' Naval Station races are the following classes;
he made was right there, tape on the road it has been something fight until the second period. Mayport, NAS Cecil Field, Rhodes Bantams, Gannets,Wind-
high on the net for the spik- else. Wally Chase scored two goalsin and other associated Naval Act- mills Pelicans, Suicides, Cata-
ers." The Rockets have lost 21 40 seconds and we were out ivities. Personnel interestedin marans, Sailfish, Sunfish and the
"The spikers came throughtoo straight abroad, extending the of it."In joining the club may contact Open class boats.
especially Bob Nardell and streak in a three-game jaunt last Knoxville we were trail- the NAS Marina Manager, Mr. The Tri Club Series is a
Dick Gardner," McGurkin said. weekend. Egan is a little unhappy ing 2-0 after 10 minutes. We Walter Frumerie, for Inform- year round activity sponsored
"They were putting them right to say the least, becausethe came back to tie them, then fell ation at the clubhouse or may call jointly by the Navy Jacksonville
straight down at the floor. Buck Rockets were In all three behind 3-2. We came back again him at 389 7711 extension Sailing Club, the Florida Yacht
Wuster and Bob Hall played the games. and had a chance to take 8440. Club 'am the Rudder Club,
-- the lead. One;, of .our potent ,
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The club presently has'a:roster fostering excellent community
scorers broke away and mis- of'boats which covers a wide relations through friendly com
Television Repair Complete Satisfaction I sed. Thirty seconds ,later Jim variety of sailing Interests. They petition.

Murray raced through ,our defense are; 6 Rhodes Bantams, 6 Gan-
} FRENCH'SRadio to score the go ahead nets (ex Naval Academy,) 1
goal. Now comes Long' Island Rebel Day Sailer,1 Flying Dutch- Second Ph...
TV Sales & Service for a second time. man Jr., 4 Beetle Catboats. 3
Sailfish, 3 Sunfish. These boats Off H..IIn.
,
NATTC Basketball are assigned to club membersfor
6357 103rd
STREETDIAL
maintenance as well as for Season Opens

'J 771.4602 Season Starts sailing. In addition to these,
many members also keep their The for
season hunting deer
"Twin Hill's Oldest and Most Reliable" private sailboats at the club bear, and turkeywill remainopenIn ,
I dock.
The Naval Air Technical the Third Conservation Dis-
TV HOME & CAR RADIOS STEREOKennel Training Center's basketball The Navy Jacksonville Sailing trict until January 16, except in
Club has been formidable
a com-
Okaloosa, Walton, Escambia and
,season got underway Monday
petitor in the state as well as the
-..-..... night with four teams puttingon local Jax area. Commodore Al Santa Rosa counties where the
what if was not an exhibitionof Johnson won the Florida State deer and bear hunting season
closed January 2. The deer
Celtic-type basketball skill Rhodes Bantam Championship
was certainly a demonstrationof season In Washington and Holmes
in 1964. He also holds the Great-
team effort and a show of Jacksonville counties and on the Point Wash-
er Sailing Trophy,
team spirit. As a matter of presented each year to the out ington Wildlife Management Area
fact, the real stylist were the closed December 5.
standing sailor in the .Jacksonville -
officials.The The turkey hunting season In
In 1964 the
area. ,
four American League NJSC took the trophy for the Fourth Conservation District
open
team participating In the open- will remain open until one half
boats in the annual 50 mile Mug
I ing games of the 40 game sea- Race from Palatka to Jacksonville hour after sunset January 23.
son were AE "A" #1 against the Rud- The third and final phase of
sponsored by
I'A AE"A" #2 and MAD MFC #9 der Club. Recently, in the Gator dove hunting closed at sunset
January 3.
N5 opposite MAD MFC #10. On Bowl Regatta, the NJSC placed
the surface the scores stood at 1, 2, 3 in the Rhodes Bantam The turkey gobbler hunting
ae "a" ##12 59 and AE "A" and Gannet classes. The NJSC season will open south of State
#1 31 in the first game and maintains a competition schedule Road 50, March 12 and close,
MAD MFC #10 46 to 40 over through out 'the racing March 27. The season north of
year
MAD MFC #9 in the second. R. 26 and close April 10. Hunting
will be allowed from one half
hour before sunrise until 12:00noon
each day of the spring
.' turkey gobbler season.
;
t VISIT According to W. B. Copeland

.... chairman Game and Fresh Water
.
i I Fish Commission, Florida hunt-
ers have had a good harvest.
.CLAUDE NOLAN
... .. : Copeland urges hunters to prac-
.
.. tice
courtesy, safety and
.... \ ; good
( ," "y1: :;;::,:i"H> : : -t ," <: ':::if\i::\; qi;{ F'i'hf sportsmanship during the final
\! ,fi;,;;';":: i:" ,CADILLAC: ,,& ,,''PO NIl Ad-/: : days of this 1965 66 hunting
I :: ; : \ ;;; ;:" ":'"
;,'" : \(;!)t\i'\*:.t:ipiMA'f'N'A; fg', :' :R N'(! ,t ,i\ ; ;;Ti\\i season.

"0', ,r:,, ", :,-,0.. : ',, : ':,(,. "' I\I\o"\: \\ .

:; ; ::' ;K :?: f : cher-Now, "there's, children a,"wonderful said the tea-example -

I In the life of the ant.

) Y Club :.<,"':': :} PH Nfi EL.3.3922: <.:/' .: all Every day.day the ant goes to work


't POST TIME 8 O'CLOCK on McDUFF N. 01 BEAVER '.:' F.;W.i'Xli.J[" ; : ;;;'}' :i: 'Z.fi/.0:;; / i { 0 (i{*. ,.' happens busy.Came And a Every voice in from the day the end the ant back what U:


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COLUMN LEFTby Gymkhana Set l_ ___ --__

For Jan. 23The _
Dove Colby
Corvair Club of Jacksonville -
and the Buccaneer Area
Nearly 25 years ago, Just before Pearl Harbor, sports fans in Sports Car Club of America
New York, Philadelphia and other East Coast: cities focused (SCCA) are sponsoring a"Double
their football attentions on a college team from Plainfield Teachers. Esses" Gymkhana, Sunday, Jan.

NJThe school had zipped throughthe litzel had canceled the two remaining 23.The event will be held at the
season with victories over games. Roosevelt Mall, U. S. Highway
Scott, Chesterton, Winona, Ran- The previously gullable sports 17 South. Entries will be limitedto
dolph Tech, Ingersoll, and St. writers had a' hard time swal- the first 100 persons with reg-
Joseph's behind the running of lowing this one and! the search istration and practice times
Chinese quarterback Johnny for Plainfield Teachers began.A slated from 9 noon. Elimin-
Chung who moved his team from check into New Jersey, where ations will begin at 1 p.m.
a "W" formation which had the the school was supposidly The entry fee is $3 per entry xF
ends facing the backfield.The located, revealed that there was with seven classes available.
New York Times,the Her- no state or private Institutionby Class 1 is A, B, and C produc-
ald Tribune, and the Philadel- the name of Plainfield State, tions; Class 2 is D and E pro-
phia Inquirer and other East nor had there ever been one. ductions; Cass 3 is for F, G, 3 I 3
Coast papers ,carried sparkling By this time sports writers and H productions. Sedans under ,.
accounts of the heroics of quar- were so enraged that they were 1500 cc will compete in Class J tom
terback Chung and carried Plain- ready for the Sigma Delta Chi 4 while sedans 1501 cc and over
field Teachers with the other school for the blind. will be in Cass 5. The ladies 7 $
unbeaten teams in'the east. Yes, readers there Is a Slippery will be in Class 6, while Cass {
Johnny Chung was getting more Rock College, and Blooms- 7 is for modified and open wheel
burg State does exist but be- .
newspaper space and attention in sports cars.Funher
the east than the rest of ware of Plainfield Teachers It's information can be
the Chinese Army. as mythical as Frank Merriwea- obtained bywritingBarryPruss,
The only fallacy was not one ther. TIME TO RETIRE 7228 Sandhurst Road SouthJack-
sports writer or fan had ever Cassius Cay, the current sonville, 32211; or Ray Dacey, !
3236 Caribbean Drive Jackson- .
Plainfield Teachers play ,
seen World's Heavy Weight boxing
game. Plainfield Teachers wasa ,champion and the man'one California vII e
Golf
1965 HAS JGX
one man team and, I a one sports writer wanted to Champs
man invention. If Orson Welles give lockjaw as a Christmas a' IF
radio presentation of "Warof- gift, announced last Saturdayin
the Worlds"a few years earlier a press conference that Ernie THE AIR FORCE 697th RADAR SQUADRON'S' golf/ team
had been the biggest hoax playedon Terrell would probably get the moved out of the/ duffer class/ when they recently/ won the/ .
the American public Plainfield next crack at his crown.In NAS Jar golf/ championship by downing she/ Vp. 30 entry,
Teachers and Johnny Chung caused his usual verbal form me "Pro's" .from the American League. 679 members are: :
the biggest blush of embar- the kingpin of the boxing big boys, (back row, left to right) Mo// Franklin '(team captain), Lff/g/ )
rassment the sports world has said that he would like to fight Pates,, TSgt Funnier/ SSgt Perry, and CWO Alexander/ / ; (front .
ever known. the three best contenders on the ./eff ) Rttts Smith Ma Thayer Lf.
)
father row, to right Lff/g/ Capt. / S,
Plainfield's founding same night with a 10 minute -
right tackle on the football team, break between each bout. He Smith, and SSgf Burnos. sM;
and publicity director was one confidently added, "After beat
Morris Newburger of New York. them I would think about retire- .; -
One football Saturday evening ment."
Newburger was wondering''whereall Clay concluded the an- HE SON iI scone est. HOW OPEN!
the colleges that got into the nouncement with a note of calmed G.. .
...
football scores columns came ferocity when he dismissed Ter- "
from. Who had ever heard of the rell as being lucky to catch COMPLETE LINE OF HOME
likes,of Slippery Rock or Bloom- the champ in such a good mood. Club Invites
field State? And 'from Louisville comes Furnishing- Kelvlnator Appliances'
Newburger made a call that word that boxings number one Nw Mmnbors
night to t desk,of the man may yet become one of Uncle .FINANCING FOR MILITARY FREE DELIVERY!
Times and Triune to report the ,Sam's men wearingGl olive drab> This is a Beagle; He, is the ;
football score between Plainfield The draft board In that city second most popular dog in the
Teachers, an institution in the is to begin reviewing those draft United States today and Is pro- FLORIDA Furniture MART
same class as Shangri La, eligible males who couldn't pass fessed to be the only dog that
and, Scott. Much to Newburger's the mental tests for induction- can be a family pet, yet still 6283 ROOSEVELT BLVD. BY"ST. JOHNS MOBILE'HOMES
amazement his journalistic Mr. Clay couldn't get through the perform In the field; giving his
report appeared in the Sunday brain twister in two tries. If master the noise of a fox. hunt, ... ,
edition of both papers. Plain- found suitable for military ser- the visual satisfaction! of his .
field Teachers was about to vice these men may be drafted. 'performance as In bird hunting, THE OLD CHIEF SAYS:
eat up much mewspaper yard Clay might possibly find him- and the eventual bag of game.
aged for the rest of their football self wooing the Viet Cong with He is the combination of satis- .....ear
season. his poetry about the greatest faction for the sportsman, especially -
The dean, founder, and owner moral in the world. those who are restrictedin
of mythical Plainfield Teachers BIG ONE time and distance. On liberty
wasn't contented with just get- This Saturday's televised bas- The Gateway City Beagle Cub
ting the scores of his school's ketball game between Vanderbilt is a newly formed organization fart
football games Intothe, paper with and Kentucky could show whichof having the goal of maintaining ..., ftrjit
such a phenomeinal team the the two has, been riding on breed standards and conducting!
school deserved a publicity bur- over rated laurels and give an field trials to AKC speci- : !
eau to let the world know about indication as to who the SEC fications, for measuring hunting fir ptstand .
the country's newest tootoau tigers. representive to the NCAA Tournament abilities. This club maintains ;
in March. excellent grounds, kennels, hos- \\j
Newburger got out press releases The Wildcats were second in pitality and plenty of dog talk r
to the papers about the the national polls and carrieda for the novice and "seasoned" :" J
"Celestial Comet" Johnny Chung clean 10-0 record after last Beagler alike. w fir
and the rest of the Plainfieldteam weekend. Vandy wasn't doingto All members have running
which included the publicity'' bad either with a 12 1 privileges on the grounds. The LI crdit
man, some of his business partners record and a third ranking in meetings are the first Thursdayeach 4
and relatives. the national polls. month at the IndependentLife :
Plainfield Teachers was now The game will be played on Insurance Building. The 1 Muflficatiia.
on the football map, the trouble the Wildcats clawing boards in membership fees are slight, en- ;
was pinpointing just where it was Lexington, Ky. Their gym has tertainment and satisfaction Is O8r. .
located on the geographical map. been, compalred to the settingof maximum.For ,, ;
The creator of Plainfield Tea- D nte'$, "Inferno" for basketball information call Baker, :. j.a;

chers soon began to share his teams. AOC Ext. 8447. i '." :,,:, 3. 1 ::
little secret with friends. The I \ f'
more space Plainfield got on the That Credit Identification Card comes from us. ,J '.
sports pages the bigger the laugh You, get it with your first loan. It's mighty handyto :; i
those in the know got. Then the have since.we serve you In 775 offices coast .. t.:,
:at got out of the bag as G"C4oX1 to coast. Depend on us for liberty money, .- .:

the word spread. emergency expenses, cash needs. And get ,, .;. ,, I
Eventually a reporter for Time your Credit Identification Card. Your good "
magazine got wind of the iv less credit assures you of quick service. '
school and Plainfield Teacherswas
about to get the Luce : .
treatment in a coming Issue of .
the weekly. % UJSTICFINANCE
Newburger learned what was ,
in the offing for his hoax and FAMILY SPECIAL!
gambled on a fourth down anda .
yard to go play to get Plain- BARREL of CHICKEN '
field out of the football season LOANS TO $600 .>\ ;
undefeated and unexposed. New- JACKSONVILLE ;
burger hacked out the last news 24 Pcse. .. . 550 440 1193 W.So.Adams Edgowood St. Ave. .. Phono Phone 389X3391 35C-OO91 .
release of the season telling the Including/ FREE. 926 Arlington Road Phone 721-O5SO J
ttt ,''
25 E. Adam St. Phone 356-O076 ;, (
sports world that Johnny Chung 24 Hush Puppies or 21 Bag of French Fries/ 1638 Main St. .. Phone 354-641 -"". .
and his teammates had failed to 5852 Norwood Ave. Phone 765.1601 s' '
make the academic grade at PHONE 771.7970 103 rd & ,landing Center 3102 9212 t Beach{. Pearl Blvd.St. .. J Phone hon*353-6248 359-2051, .
Plainfield and because of this OPEN EVERY DAY -17:00 J a.m. to 900 p.m. '
coach Ralph "Hurry Up" Hob





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I I k Jet Shop At HAS Cecil Field All Alone 1-


In First Place. After Downing Marines
"
.
: The Jet Shop at NAS Cecil record unblemished while the ters: and big center Stretch Riley
i Field strengthened its hold on Marines dropped to 6 2 for hit for 9 of the Jet's points.
first place in the station's intra- league play. Last week the Jet Shop.out
41 mural league by beating the Marine Jerry Boling the fourth scorerIn pointed VF 62, 69 62 and p A
Barracks 52 39 in a rough the league paced the Jet once again Boling led the team
#i game played Monday night. Shop to the win with 18 points In scoring with 25 points. Al
The win kept the Jet Shop's Bob King accounted for 10 coun- Jones had 20 for the Jet Shop.


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Standings Top Ten Scorer'sTeam


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'. Marines 6 2 Tyson.V 34 00 :
GEMD 4 2 SeayVA15 85 :
t 4 I Syab VA 44 4,3 Bol1ng.et Shop 84 < :
VA 15 3 2 Bradley; 'A-44 84 .
rr VF 62 3 3 Catlett Mar. 82
VFP 62 3 3 Robichaud 81
VA 34 3 4 Dinallo.VF 75
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