Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 20, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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I Jax RC Field Director 3

RetiresAfter23YearsTwenty .$!I

-three years of serviceto Gross with a Letter of Appre-
the American Red Cross were"ClimaXed' ciation and a plaque,, both com- .
for NAS Jax Field Dir- mending his work..
ector, ,C. V. Gross, last Monday Mr. Gross began his career i
Jan.. 17. with the Red Cross in 1942 as .
At this time, during a special a trainee and after a brief train- rTsI
retirement ceremony, held in the: ing period reported to Camp ac
Walnut :Roam. of the Officers' Carabelle, Fla. He was promoted _
Club; Cape. J.R.Mackroth,Commanding to Field Director about the time
Officer, presented Mr., that the camp became known as rY nr 1 ,
Camp Gordon Johnson.In 1 z I
1944 he was transferred to
Camp Blanding where he
remained until reporting to the {M/NA'?
Naval Station ,at Green Cove
Springs.He .
was at Green Cove only a
short time before his services 1.
n were needed at Florida's Mor- T .H
rison Field. He remained here
until this field was deactivated y \
,_,tL after World War n.
Mr. Gross's first service at VALUE ANALYSIS SEMINAR. .Cdr. B. R, Dixon, Commanding Officer of Weapons Train
L NAS Jax began in 1946 and he ing Unit 747.] Briefs Capf. C. W. Pittman, Jr., Commanding Officer of the Naval Air Reserve
a remained here until May, 1954. Training Unit( on the second annual Value Analysis Seminar being held'at NAS Jax Naval'
= After a short period of serviceat Reserve officers (see Insert) representing the scientific/ community, will be attending ,the
Green Cove, he left for a Far BuWeps seminar as part of their two week active duty training. These officers hold various

Eastern November of area 1954.assignment in civilian positions In the fields/ of science, engineering and personnel management

During the three years that he
was in the Far East, Mr. Gross

CHARLES 'V. GROSS receivesa served at various stations in Weapons TruiniugjInit, ;
Korea and
Japanbefore returningto
/ ,his :
plaque; commeroraf/np the United ,States In "19S7.' ; : .
23 yeors..of..rv/c. to ," ..*/h.< 'After"'a"-year's'" assfgnment at *
American/ : :Red Cross/' from Camp Lejune, North ,Carolina, : '
Capt. J.,'R., tdo'clcrotb'cdNAS, Mr. Gross was transferred back; 'Seminar A'J'dXJ,
Jax. (Photo courtesy :of the:
Florida/ Times-Union. / ) Continued on Page 1I

ing duty attending the Second Ing Officer of WEPTU 741, ,
Thirty five Naval Reserve
Patron Five Has New Officers arrived at the Naval Annual Value Analysis Seminar. who in civilian life serves as .
Air Reserve Training Unit last These officers are part of the a special assistant to the commanding
I week to attend a two week Bureau of Naval Weapons Re- officer of NAS.Jax.
seminar conducted by Weapons serve Training Program which Assisting C4r.'Dixon is Lcdr.
OfficerCdr. also of Jackson-
Commanding Training Unit 741. represents a significant seg- W. E. Johnson,
and Lcdr. L. C. Schepleyof
The officers, all scientists, ment of the scientific community ville
Titusville, Fla. In addi-
of this
M. D. Marsh assumed in August 1950. During his engineers, and management per- country. conductedby tion various individuals, drawn
The seminar Is being
command of Patrol Squadron Five naval career he served with Pat- sonnel, in civilian life are spend- Cdr. B. R. Dixon, Command- from throughout the United States
in Ceremonies at NAS Jax, Fri- rol Squadron 21, and as opera- ing their annual two weeks train- who have earned national reputations -
day, Jan.: 14. He relieved Cdr.J. tions officer in Patrol Squadron in the field of value analysis
T. Kosnik, who will reportto 26. Cdr. Marsh has also attended Retired Chief Receives will participate as guest
the Essex as Navigaton officer. the U. S. Naval Post speakers during the seminar.
Guest speaker at the meetingwas Graduate School and served as The techniques of value analysis -
RAdm.:A. R. Matter, Com- flight instructor at the Naval have proven to be one of
mander, Fleet Air Wings Atlan- Air Basic Training Command in Silver Life Saving MedalA the most effective methods of
tic., He was introduced by Capt. Pensacola. reducing costs throughout the
H. B. Stott, Commander Fleet Before assuming the command Department of Defense. In its
Air Wing Eleven. A receptionwas of VP 5 the commander l highlight of the Annual Military sengers' aboard the helicopter. simplest terms, value.analysis
held at the Officers Club served with Patrol Squadron Inspection held last week- diving until he finally gave out. Is an appraisal of an item of
,after the ceremony. Thirty as Executive Officer.He end at NARTU Jax was the presentation Navy crash boats from NAS Jax hareware, a method, or a sys-
The; 'new. skipper of VP -.5. is married to the former of the Silver Life arrived on the scene shortly tem, in ,terms of its function and
Is a graduate: of the U. S. Nay- Mary Elizabeth Bransby of BalContlnued Saving Medal to Aubrey C. Ab- afterwards to take over the a comparison of alternate methods '-*
al Academy, class of 1948, and 2 rams, AMSC, USN (ret.). search. to determine the lowest
was designated Naval Aviator on Page Cdr. William H. St.George, of dollar cost at which the functioncan
the U. S. Coast Guard presentedthe be reliably! provided.The .
medal to Chief Abrams on instructional technique
behalf of the Secretary of the employed by WEPTU 741 In
Treasury. conducting Value Analysis Seminars
Is "learning by doing."
Chief Abrams was awarded the f
Actual projects that pot-
medal for his "outstanding cour- ,
tl1 ential savings are prepared by
k age" on July 7, 1965, when he the unit in advance of the semi-
dove Into the St. Johns Riverto nar's convening ,date. These;
U. S. Naval
rescue a young
projects are then assigned
Academy midshipman. teams of seminar participants.

The chief and a friend, Miss These are not made up projects
Helen Orinin. a civilian nurseat /% for purposes of training onlybut
the Naval hospital, were fish- are real projects that offer con-
ing on the St. Johns when a heli- siderable savings to the U.. S.
copter from the Naval Air Reserve Navy.Included.
Training Unit crashed near I in the 35 officers taking -
them while on a training flight. part in the seminar are nuc-
Chief Abrams dove into the lear physicists; chemists; aeronautical -
rapid flowing water and pulled AUBREY C. ABRAMS (left) mechanical, electrical,
the midshipman into the boat. chief aviation structural mech- and electronlcsengneersman.t-! ;
E While Miss Orinin utilized her anlc, USN (Ret.', Is congratulated gement consultants; legal spec-
knowledge of lifesaving techniques by Rear Admiral/ RichardL. ialists; and educators in the
the chief dove into the water Fowler, Chief of Naval Air physical sciences. A part of the
for success of the Value Analysis
.CHANCE OF COMMAND Cdr. M. D. Marsh relieved Cdr. J. vors.again searching more survi- Reserve Training, upon recelv- program is the fact that fresh

T. 'Kosnik as the commanding officer of Patrol Squadron Five, The chief tried desperatelyto fag the Silver Life Saving Me- and different viewpoints are
In ceremonies held last Friday. locate the other three pas- dal. brought to bear on old problems


2 JAX NEWS/AFTERBURNER January 20, 7966 4


Chap/oinesge/ ::: : :
) vine "Ser I\. ,
Military Wears Many Hats

FACING TRADEGY by. .tit.. D.:A'.':YVeir. CHC. .:; : ;.:.
Last year, while American forces fought in the Republic of ROMAN CATHOLIC
Vietnam, the U. S. military engaged in dozens of other activities, There comes to every man that hour when he is called to face
many related to long term peaceful projects.In St. Edward's Chapel the shock of great tragedy or'severe.loss. when an apparently land
the Navy's Sealab II, men lived in and under the ocean for -and fate has singled him out as the object of unreasonable aid unprovoked : -
an extended period; while only months later, two teams of military Naval Hospital suffering. For one man it may be apermanent physical
pilots met briefly in orbit over the earth. Both of these disability or an incurable pain; for another, the utimely.death l ofa
projects dramatized the military's role in research for the fur- SUNDAY MASSES wife or child; for still another, ,the obliteration, of materialpossessions.
ure. Hospital - 0630. Man's first reaction to such severe calamity is frequently -
St. Edward's "Why? Why me? What have I done to deserve'this'?"
/ Chapel - -.0900 & 1100 Many wise proverbs, yes many books, have .been written in
SERVINO. answer to this question. None, however, seems,to mitigate,
DAILY MASSESi*,, l let alone erase man's sorrow and grief Th re.fs ho'easy:answer,'
St. Edward's: l, '; no cheap formula :* to assuage the tears of the man 50 stricken.:
k Monday thru Friday,;- '- 1130 In that hour, God seems not to caret;: or,(if He does tare, He has
Saturday - ,-,- 0900 no power to act in response to the pleas of such a man',, ,
Naval Hospital: Although there is no simple answer, there is an event which.
Friday - - 1205 ,
helps us towards understanding. The world's greatest, injustice
was done when the Man Without Sin was nailed'to a cross and was
CONFESSIONSSt. spit upon by the crowds gathered to watch that Infamy. Here: was
Edward's: unprovoked agony such as we will never experience. To his friendsit
Saturday --- -1900 2000 must have seemed the ultimate victory of evil over good, .Even
Sunday -- --- 0815 0845; our Lord cried out, "Why?" Yet, it was just this event which
./ D1PLOMACyCm 1015 1045 brought eternal life within the reach of men, even those who killed
Hospital: Sunday0615 Him. Thus it proved to be not only the greatest-evi| of.men, butit
; revealed the great goodness of God. _
5 CATECHISM CLASSES Jesus suffered unjust agony, let us'' not minimize that; and 1 per-
u Ni t Chapel Annex Building 722: haps none could understand God's purposes at that .moment. .So
S 15 N Saturday's r 1000 it is when-we are confronted with our crosses of suffering. .We
cannot read the mind of God, but we .can uvs\HIm s.UieGod
DIVINE SERVICES who raised Jesus Christ, from. the'tomB fn due tine, :IltHs'In"tills
ii,. PROTESTANT event that we have grounds :to, affirm With St. Paul inihe face-of
i All Saints ChapelSUNDAY's any hardship . all things work together* for good ....*'
> : : .

0800 -- ---Holy Communion
0930 & 1100--Divine Worship a rZ

I 1
0930 - -Chapel Annex

the AMERICAN PEOPLE ,Building 722
/' /'.' .:
When a hurricane made a destructive sweep through the Gulf 1900 -- -O1oir Rehearsal OHHE FttUTLIUS,
states last fall, the military put on another hat, that of trained ,
and equipped disaster relief unit. All branches of the armed forces SECOND MONDAY of Each Month .
poured men and equipment into the area to assist those endangered 0930 Chapel Women's Guild
by the storm and help restore order. (Small Chapel)
Thousands of American men and women in uniform serving out- r
side the United States acted as roving ambassadors of friendship U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL _
for our government and the American people. They were one of Sunday's 1000
the major channels of export of ,American 'ideals and goodwill.
The armed services have many missions. The few examples
cited here prove that fact. All are directed toward, serving the CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT
American people. (AFPS)
Today-' : :f.

I Texas Alabama Mr. Gross:, Choir Practice at 7 p. m. : .".'.;', "",:!",M.'I'\.. '
Sunday- { + -. } ..
Continued (rom Page 7 4 1s,1
Sunday School at 9:30
p. m. ft
Rtsidtnts Still to NASJax where he has remained Chapel Service' 10:30 a.m. ':' : :: ....:.: ,
until his retirement.The Comunlon on the first Sundayof P3-A Orion .
Have Poll Tax work and devotion which the month. An all-Navy aircraft, the P3-A Orion is used for'antisubmarine -
Mr. Gross has displayed duringhis patroling and :sea-search. It was developed: from ,the
entire career with the Red CATHOLIC commercial "Electra" design. Equipped with dozens Of special
Washington (AFPS) -- Defense Cross were expressed In his Daily- electronic detectors Orion and its ten man' crew have ,proved
officials advise personnel claim- citation which read in part: 1120 a. m. Mass very effective as a long range anti-submarine weapons system.
ing Texas and Alabama as their "More than twenty three Sunday- The P3-A is being phased into the Navy air ,arm to replacethe
official residence to pay their years of your life have been 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- older but better known SP-2 (formerly designated P 2)
poll tax until suits currently given in devotion to and execu- fessions heard before each Mass. Neptune. The Orion has many advantages: over the 'Neptuneincluding
before federal courts are re- tion of a dedication calling anda range, speed and a design that provides comparative
comfort for crewmen who spend long hours in theLair.T
solved. high ideal. Naval Air Station JEWISH/ :
Suits are underway testing the Jacksonville, was extremely fortunate I Call Ext. 311 for informationon
constitutionality. of 'poll taxes in to have been the recipientof Jewish Services. ,Credit Buying,:Can :,
line with the Voting Rights Act your services for fifteen yearsof .
of 1965. those twenty three years, '
Persons failing to pay this especially those which consti- Traffic Violations Be Dangerous ,. :
tax may be ineligible to vote in tuted your terminal tour as Field
the 1966 elections, it was ex- Director. By your every action, Buying merchandise on a "buy cost is sometimes called ;:interest -
plained. the knowledge and devotion to The following is a report of now, pay later" plan is decep- or a :s.e'rMcc ,cfiargeV;': It
Some other states require a the ideals and principles of the motor vehicle accidents and traf- tively easy for most,servicemen bolls doWn-intd'bing'the.money
poll tax, but service personnel Red Cross displayed by you in fic violations for the period Jan- to do. It is so easy in fact that you pay for using someone elses
art exempt; from payment in those your daily routine have enhancedthe uary 11- January 17. many buyers over extend them- money. Interest rates carl sometimes -
states, an official said. stature of you and your organization Number of Accidents selves on credit. become astronomical.'evenas
Service voting officials will In the eyes of the military This Week January 11 Jan- It you must use this type of high as 200 or 3QO percentof
not handle correspondence que- and the community." uary 17 - - 11 credit do it wisely and try to use the original,list price.-
rying state and local officials Mr. Gross has no immediate Total Accident this year through these three rules as guild lines: The way to find the. true 'In-'
concerning this matter. indivi- plans except to relax and takeit January 17 - - -16 1. Buy at one store. Bargain terest rate is by: finding out
duals must Initiate their own easy at his home on Doctor's Number of Accidents through hunting can lead to disaster. what you(: have to pay the store
correspondence. Inlet In Orange Park. January 1966 - 21 2. Set a limit on what you to use Its money; :The-way !to
can afford for credit paymentsand find this Is ,to use>the following
Total number of days since do not exceed it. formula: : ': \
3. Be honest with
last injury in a motor vehicle 2MI :
your creditors. Pay your
accident - - -22
*JAX AIR NEWS, Number of Violations bills on time. One letter ot Indebtedness TRUE INTEREST RATE"
This Week - - -34 can be the end of the PNplus>l) .. / :; ;:
road for a promising Navy career "M"
Speeding stands forthe: ;nurtiBer
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Reckless Driving - -1 ,and possibly the end of your of payments ,in, ,a .,yeat ((121'If
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Going through Stop Sign -4 self respect. payments are monthly 52 if
Jacksonville, florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Other Violations - 23 The biggest hazard of buyingon weekly). "I"! is ,the financing
private firm. All Copy 'submitted for use in the JAX AIR credit most of the time goes cost in dollars. "P" is the
Twenty three drivers appeared unseen by the buyer and this is of
amount ;credit
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
before the Traffic Hearing that he Is
unaware of the pricehe
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before Board at the meeting held on is paying for credit. This number unpaid balance."N" is* the r
publication. News items are welcomed 'for- all sourcesTelephone Jan. 18. Disposition of the cases payments-
EV 9-7711 Ext. 8162. Included the following: Four VP-5: Continued from Page 1

Advertisements are solicited by thepublish.randqueri.sconcerning lost driving and parking privi- tlmore. They have three children Buy .
such should be directed to leges aboard station for various Roxanne, Bill, and Chris.
The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway, periods; Five received suspensions Patrol Squadron Five, a unit
Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, Telephone 359.4040 ; Fifteen were -given of Fleet Air Wing ELEVEN, the .
Six dismissed Ele- Savings
warnings; ;
largest operational fleet unit
/ ven fined (U. S. Commissioner); under -
VOL. 23 NO. 43 JANUARY 20, 1966, and Four referred to commanding Commander Fleet Air .
.... J Jacksonville has been based in 7.

.r"" ,. ', ... .action.officers, for possible, disciplinary, 'Jacksonville 1949, .. since December_ v ,'-'..." : : .- 8 ii I'




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"JonwoVy.26, 1966 JAX AIR NEWSI AFTERBURNER. Page 3
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; Chaplain Witt Departs For 18 Finish Rwlto Patron 7 Hosts 80 Boys '

' '. Duty With 3rd Marines School At Fleet While Deployed in Sicily I

Air Will Elfvtn
The officers and men of Patrol 1
1 One or 'the 'Naval Air Technical He added "As I am leavingI Squadron Seven spent the boll- ,Future plans of the squadron
Training Center's most appreciate the work of Navy Jan. 14 was graduation day at days in Sigonella, Sicily, hosting to assist the orphange will Include -
>;widely known,Chaplains departed Relief, the Red Cross, and many, the. Fleet Air Wing Eleven Radio 80 boys from the Caso del Fan- repair of the playground
for'duty, recently with the Third many other people who have helped School. Certificates were pre- ciullo Orphange.The and facilities. '
Marine Division. in South Viet to make my work such plea- sented to 18 enlisted men by
tfam' sant duty here.* Captain H. B. Stott, Commander boys, ranging in age from Patron Seven is presently deployed
He is' Lt. George R. Witt, a Father Witt is a graduate of Fleet Air Wing Eleven. 5-10 years old, boarded two to USNAF Sigonella from ,
native of Lexington Kentucky. Kenrick Semminary in St.Louis, buses at the orphange., located at Its home station at, NAS Sax
father'' Witt will report to the Missouri, where he was ordained The honor man of the class the small village of Paterno in
Marine 'Corps' Camp Pendelton a priest in June, 1950. He reported was D. H. Jones, SN of the Noa the foothills of Sicily's active for a period of 5 1/2 months,
i in San, Diego February 10, wherehe to NATTC in June' 1964 with an average mark of 94.0 volcano Mount Etna.
second place went to A.L,Weaver conducting anti submarine
will under go' approximatelythree from Service Squadron' Four,
training and surveillance flightsin
weeks of jungle and survival Norfolk. In addition to his priestly SN of the. Sabine with an Next stop was the U. S. Naval the Eastern areas of the Medi
training. Upon'completion ) duties, Chaplain Witt served on average of Air Facilttyof Sigonella were met terranean. '
.Of training in March he'will be the Welfare and Recreation Council the students this cere- by the squadron. Each boy was
assigned .to the Third Marine and Administrative Dis- mony marked the successful teamed with a squadron "ship -
Division.( charge Field Board. completion of 13 weeks of intensive mate ", an officer or a "white
Chaplain Witt said that despite training. The primary hat" who took the orphan by,the
'looking forward to his new duties, purpose of this training is to hand, literally and figuratively
that he was sorry to leave so During a lecture to his young prepare qualified men as pros- for the rest of the day. They
many good friends at NATTC son, the father stressed the fact pective radio operators in patrol were conducted on a tour of
NAS, 'and Jacksonville. ,He stated that we are In this world to type aircraft.The the SP 2H Neptune, and vari-
that the only apprehension he had help others. After a momentof ous other aircraft. They most
Was 'that he might fall to live up reflection the son asked: graduates of the class are: particulary enjoyed a survival II
'to the record of his predecessors. "Then what are the others here J. R. Anderson, SN, H. Daggett, gear demonstration.The .
for?" SN, L. J. Black AXAN: J. A.
Blsh, AX3; F. D. Ball, ATNAN;
boys then escorted
J. D. Clark, ATR3 C. H. Devil- were
: ROBERTS CHEVROLET ling, SN; T. Ellington, AX3; to the galley for a party com- il
K. E. Gall, SN; E. P. Goss plete with hamburgers, hot dogs
needs USED CARSWe ATN3; K. G. Hamilton, ATN3; ice cream, and cake.
D. H. Jones, SN: M. D. Kor-
= man, AE3; J. D. Moore, AXAN, The boys later sang a special
: : Will Pay Top Dollar M. J. Sikalls, AXAN; J. R. Stin- thank you of several Italian songsto
:' : : Now For Your Car In Trade A.son L., ATNAN Weaver;, SN.L. Peres,' ATN3; their shipmates.

: On New Or Good Used Car. Santa arrived to the delight of
Chief Radioman V. S. Lietzis
: the boys, and presented gifts to
in charge of the instructionand each boy yo' yo's, pad-
: See, Us Soon. the daily operation of the
: : : dle balls, inscribed pencils,
school. This was the first classto
graduate since Chief Lietz took ONE OF THE 80 toys hosted -
: ROBERTS CHEVROLET over as instructor.In and balloons. The gifts were by Patrol 'Squadron Seven
financed, in pan, by a generous at 'S/gonefc/o/ / Sicily, enjoys
the school the students are donation by the May Cohen the/ won a
AND OLDSMOBILE taught the International Morse Company of Jacksonville,Florida. with his .
Code typing, and radio operator Cdr. W. D. Toole, Jr., yo.yo "sfifpmcrfe"P.
Green Cove Florida procedures. To qualify for graduation Commanding Officer of VP 7 E. Kennedy, PRTfc ;
Springs, a minimum code receiving ,presented many needed school boys were from the Caso Jot. speed of 18 words per minute is supplies that were provided by / Orphanage at Po-
p ,284-3033, .J AX 264-9600 required. "Project Handclasp." ttrno.

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: Each year in the month of January, your Credit Union holds its regular annual meeting.'The purpose .-r' ,;. ,'!c' ',sw
of- which is to allow Credit Union officers to report to members concerning the affairs of the Credit : '" ';
Union and give members the opportunity to elect those officials whose terms are expiring. \ -ti
a Each member and shareholder will carry one vote regardless of the amount of shares held. It .r :'::.!
is a member's right and obligation to attend this meeting, express his views, and vote according ,
t to his feelings.
V :. J;.. Make plans to attend now. We promise you a fast moving meeting, delicious refreshments, and
a group of outstanding door prizes.

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;. 4 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER January 20, 1966

*IfYaAskUsf NARTU-News& Views, I

Capt. Charles W. Pittman.Jr., Radm. Fowler, whose head.-
In addition to the paycheck, John R. Rhodes.' PT 1- "The CO of NARTU Jax was presentedthe quarters Is at,NAS Glen" ier.IU.; ,
a welcomed sight every two Commissary J [;!L dftL.., If J I Navy Commendation Medal has .Command< ofejghteen; 'Naval\
weeks the Navy offers many Exchanges by Radm. Richard L. Fowler, Air Reserve Stations and Training -
other extra or "fringe" benefitsto medical bene- I Chief of Naval Air Reserve Units strategically located
its personnel. This week fits. We can J A: / A t Training, Jan. 14. throughout the United States.
the "If Ya Ask Us" reporter get qualitymerchandise The presentation took place in The Inspection of NARTU Jax
travelled to NAS Jax to ask at I :...fIfj.V!:; ceremonies following the inspec- was Radm. Fowler's first inspection -
"What fringe benefits do you reasonable :\, tion of the active duty personnelof of the Jacksonville unit- since
appreciate the most?" prices and NARTU as a pan of the An- taking command from Radm.
Charles W. Borbeau, PH2 .- It doesn't cost RHODES : nual Military Inspection. George P. Koch in September
"I like the education ..1. outrageous prices for doctor Capt. Pittman's medal was accompanied 1965..
bene- bills. And they have very good by a citation from the Commenting on the fine 'appearance -
fits, such as doctors. f11. ; Secretary of the Navy, Paid H. of the 1,200'Florida and
the fact that the J. F. Taratuta _AN "The N itze. South Georgia Weekend War-
Navy pays f3 fringe benefit-' The citation stated that the me- riors, the admiral .announced
part, and some I like the most i' dal was awarded for meritorious 1966 as the 50th. anniversarypf
time, all the is the recrea- achievement while serving as CO the Naval Air Reserve.
cost of after tion facilities of NARTU Jax. By exercisinga Capt. C. W. Pittmari. Jr.,
hours school BORBEAU which offers high degree of ingenuity and then introduced the guest speaker -
and college courses. And of pools, tennis resourcefulness, Capt. Pitt- for the evening, Congressman
course, the schooling in your .courts, gyms, man succeeded in inventing 'a Charles E. Bennett,, Florida representative -
particular field helps not only and the likes TARATUTA 4s *'missile target intercept angle to the nation's.legis. :
while you're in the service, but for anyone who measuring system." lature.
also on the outside. Also, the desires to use these facilities." The system devised by Capt. Representative Bennett noted
USAFI courses are really good. Harry P. Sheppell.. GySgt. Pittman "provided a basis for the importance of.reserve, forces
Joseph Morris Jr., EM 1 Retirement.[ "' M r i generating additional researchand in today's troubled world'and
'* One of the The Navy al-'ti. t f.!': :" : development which culminated their role in backing up the. regular -
benefits that is lows a man tol* ', rd in an important angle military services.: '
overlooked because retire at a .' ....y. J J: sensing and telemetering system During the inspection ''the
it is so << > } pretty young i + '-t: 1 '' f ft useful to the Navy." guests were entertained by the
obvious is that age, thus en .0 aJ i The.following evening, Jan.15, Naval Air Training Command
you always abling him to' .... : .. one thousand guests looked on Choir the ComFairJaXBand.ard
have a job if, start a second I .' L as Radm. Fowler inspected the NATTC Jax Drill Team.AMERICA'S .
you want it. career if he so1 Florida's Naval Air Reservists.
And as long as MORRISyou desires." SHEPPELL
stay in the'Navy your family
will receive the medical and other
benefits that few other organiza- NATTC :
tions provide.
Allen S. Webb, ADJ2.. "I .PLAYBQXHEROi.!
like the medical "
care that '' Behind The Sceneby
the Navy provides -

it takes because careof. Angus Thompson. J03 r a
your family. Five Sailors have stepped forward Among ship's person f
This same this month and said, "I nel who said, "I do," were War-
service on the'W' .. do," shipping for 22 years ren C. Griffin, ,AECS, EdgarC.
outside would EBBcost nearly a quarter of a century. Orton, ADCS, and Philip R.
too much for us." Their action has helped NATTC Weber, MM2. Merilyn D. Bell
to keen Its high reenlistment rate. AEC' and Roger, C. Hakari AEC
were the students who reenlisted.
I II I Capt; 'Thomas*'B.:Ellison recently 2ry

I Libraryj]I commended the studentsof
I Books. at AE "A" Class 536, for win-

by Sharon Arnold, ning,the, "Honor- Class" competition *- a
for the'third time. Their
THE RING INMEtJI by William SACAJAWEA: Guide to Lewis most recent "Honor Class" title
Butler. An epic novel of nine- and dark, by Jerry Seibert. was for Jan., 3 through Jan. '9.
nth-century Japan, it chron- This will be of special interestto Class 536 took'the title with
Idles the period of the Meiji the 9 to 12 year olds. It 837 points.
restoration(': during the years in is told from the Indian point of Capt. Ellison also extended
wljich the culture and custans of view. Sacajawea was a Shochoi congratulations to the students of a
Western civilization began to girl who helped Lewis and Clark AC "A" Class 537 for winning \
come into strong and sometimes complete their expedition to the "Honor Class" competition Jan. __
i bloody conflict with Japan's Pacific coast successfully. Thisis 5 through J an. 11.
tradition of feudalism and national her story from her birth The second night of basketball
isolation. The novel centerson to the end of the expedition. action In NATTC's infant basket CAPT. CHARLES W. PITT. .
the adventures of a small ball season resulted in MAD #16 MAN, JR., (right) receives/ '. i JAMES S COBURN LEE I. C C4 BBG 8
of sending MAD AO "A" # 11 downin Commendation Medal
group Europeans pursuing fhei Navy : G GOGOUNEDWIMAitECO
''their fortune in medival Japan.He BARNSTORMING: the great defeat to the tune of 68 from Rear Admiral Richard,
46 11. The Prd"SAUl DAVII.Diecb1"M1 lAM
to Tuesday, January
their the of Martin
sets story against years stunt flying by
of Naval/
1 violent enmity between the Japanese Caidin. Illustrated The barn- high point man for the winning ard L. Fowler, Chief I"HAl f FIID 11I81[ SUM
guarding their ancient trad- stormers the stunt flyers of the team with 13 points was Staff Air Reserve (raining with LOR by DE LUXE-CINEMASCOPE
itions of honor through bloodshed old 1918 Jenny biplanes, their Sergeant John H. Ballard. PFC headquarters at Glenview, III.
and class segregation and the 'history and development In Guy R. Elliot was the big man for The ceremony took place at
materialistic Western settlers America's aerial circuses are his team with 15 points. the Naval' Air Reserve TrainIng ; STARTS FRIDAY
} seeking ruthlessly to exploit the traced in this book. MAD MFC won a scheduled :
country. game from AEA #3 by forfeit. Unit, Jacksonville, Fla.,
1 SALISBURY PLAIN by H. C. DEATH THE RED FLOWERby During the third night of play as a part of the Annual Military // .
Branson. A deliberately paced, Oswald Wynd. A British Jan. 13,' AO "A" ##4 took to /nspecf/ori/ held Jan. 14. FLORIDA,
low-keyed Civil War tale recounted freighter en route from China the court against MAD Support --
by a young Union officer to England is the focal pointof #7. The Sailors tripped the Ma- L
who becomes acquainted with the a dangerous plot by fanatical rines by the score of 54 to 53
ways of warfare and, in a long Red Chinese leader to set off In the first game. William J.
interlude of peace, observed the a global holocaust. The shipis Contreras AA, was high man HONEY IN 1 DAt
complications caused by the visit delayed and searched in Shanghai for the Victors with 16 points.
of the regimental commander's and a sinister group of pas- PFC James R. Roberson had a
wife and sister. sengers are brought aboard. good night with 27 points.In S25 to '600
i Then the captain discovers that the second game MAD ###12 ..
JUNIOR BOOK SHELF his ship is being shadowed by had an easy night handling MAD ON YOUR SIGNATURE
TELL ME SOME MORE by Crosby an unknown submarine. A com- #15. They thrashed them 44 to & ARRANGED BY PHONE '
Newell Bonsall. 1st and 2nd pelling tale of international intri- 20. PFC Leonnard G. Baugherwas Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us :
graders will read this book again gue and a desperate race by the outstanding player onthe how much you want. Pick up the cash at your
and again. Andrew introduces his intelligence agents to avert war. court with 21 points. The high convenIence. Some-day service
friend to the magic of the li- man for the loser was PFC
brary. He show shim the wonders Braxford Bryant, Jr. with 7 bas- 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN '
of .place where you can hold acarnal REPORT FROM A CHINESE VILLAGE kets.
in your hand, pat a lion by Jan Myrdal. In 1962, You Get Mo. Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt.
on the nose or pick up a river. Myrdal, a young Swedish anthro-
pologist, and his wife were per- $84.33 S 5.00 $355.79 $ 21.00
YOUR GUIDE TO PHOTOGRAPHY mitted to settle in a northern INSURANCEMILITARY 151.80 9.00 I 427.51 I '25:00 '
by Helen F. Bruce. Chinese village. They lived there 219.27 13.00 i 500.51 I 29.00; :
This is a complete handbook for a month, interviewing and 286.73 17.00 600.00 '
intended for beginners, and fen photographing the villagers and All Ranks and Ages 34.39 :
more proficient photograpuers, getting a first hand view of .
who are interested in learningand : everyday Chinese village life under Monthly Payment Plan Above p interest.

reviewing principles and the revolutionary regime. 7* ROOSEVELTHeDOUGAlt'S D1ALr I. ymonteudO
.basic techniques that underlie The result is ,a memorable pic- As ,
the taking and making of photO- ture of the way the Communistcame /
graphs. The autlor-has: provided to'. power and what their 241 .West Forsyth St. .
in clearlayman's languagea' revolution means told in the 5256 Beach Dial 356-0735 :
welt. organized compilation ofphotqgrajJhic words of the villagers themselves. Boulevard '-Dial i "3592895Po !
information. '.-:;

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I Cummer Art Gallery Offers I 'Bits & Pieces' For Women .1.I IRi 'I

Patrons A Taste of the ArtsPeople / Marge Beauchamp ;

The selection of the world's Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt of SOCIAL BITS 'j
In Jacksonville and the The gallery is open free tot Best Dressed Women was an- New York; Mrs. Wyatt .
surrounding areas are fortunate public Tuesday through nounced last week. Cooper (Gloria Vanderbilt) of Wives of officers attached to ,f
iQ that they have the opportunity Saturday 10 a.m. 5 p.m., The 1965 list of Best Dressed New York; the former Ann and ComFairJax, NARTU and the 1
to keep abreast of many aspectsof and from 2-5 p.m. on Sundays contained 12 names instead of the Charlotte Ford, the sisters who Fleet Weather Facility, will host
the ans.Anyone ( closed on Monday). The ,customary 10, with Mrs. Carter recently became Mrs. Giancarlo a luncheon for members of the I
interested in keepingup Formal Gardens are also open to Burden, the former Amanda Mor- UzieUla and Mrs. Stavros Niar- Jacksonville Officers Wives Club
to date on the'advance in the public during the same hours tier heading the list. Mrs.Bur- chos ( the two were listed as a at 12:30 p.m. Friday Feb. 4, '
painting or sculpture viewingthe as the museum. den is only 22, making her one single entry because of "their with a social hour beginning at f
traditional paintings, or see- of the youngest ever honored as identical taste In dress"); Mrs. 11:30 a.m. The senior hostessfor
ing any of the many facets of the world'sBestDre.ssedWomen. Joseph P.. Kennedy, mother of the luncheon will be Mrs.H. .
art, can do so in Jacksonville.The LUTHERAN SERVICE The others named in orderof of the late president; Mrs. Kirk H. Caldwell and co hostesses ,
Cummer Gallery of An, I CENTER their selection were: Mrs. Douglas, wife of the movie actor will be Mrs. P. K. Blesh, t
while not on the same scaleas Mrs. Amngus Ogllvy (Princess Mrs. S. H. Wright, and Mrs. C. ,
art museums in larger cities, I The Lutheran Service Centerat Alexandra of Kent of London W. Pittman.
does provide a constant and interesting 19 West Forsyth Street is Miss Barbra Streisand, of New Miss Carol Lane will speakto
flow of collections and sponsoring a "Square Dance", York; Mrs. uiarles Engelhard the ladles attending on
exhibits,for the public. Friday Jan. 21. Festivities CEDE HILLS wife of the mining magnate, of "Travel a La a Car U. S. A."
The gallery located at 829 begin at 8:30 p.m. with free THEATRE New York and South Africa;Mrs. Reservations can be made with
Riverside Avenue, has', in addi- 'admission and refreshments for 771-2155 William McCormick Blair, of Mrs. C. W. Pittman at ext. 8269 ,
tion.to its permanent collectionof Chicago wife of the U.S. Am- and Mrs. R.N.Bonacker at 781 -
paintings and exhibits, special all.All military personnel are Invited NOW thru bassadore to the Phillippines; 1217. Associate members can
exhibits which are featured each to sashay on down" to Princess Luciana Pignatelli, of contact Mrs. M. M. Weisman
month. A recent addition to the the Lutheran Service Center for Rome; and Princess Paola of Bel- of Orange Park, 264 6248. t
gallery's permanent collection is a "stamped down good time." JAN. 25th glum. Send all club and social news I
an Exhibition, of Meissen' Proce- The list is compiled each year to Jax Atr' News, Box 2, Naval 4
lain. by the Eleanor Lambart office. Air Station Jacksonville, At- <

The current display at the BUY DORIS DAY As an average Navy wife it tention: Marge Beauchamp. {
is not likely that will join
Cummer you 4 t:
Gallery is an exhibit t,
of 'Six''Contemporary AmericanSculptors' ROD TAYLOR the ranks of the Best Dressed .a. ax'sk ..
*which will ,SAVINGS Women, but it, is possible, even
remajn until
Feb. 6. The next exhibit on the tightest budget for you to J' :
scheduled is "American Indian have a becoming and appropriate
Art wardrobe for every occasion.
and Artifacts" being hown BONDS
Feb. 15 throughMar.. The secret is getting the most J4
out of the money you spend.
The biggest mistake that women -
make is buying somethingjust
because they like .it. It
is much more practical to determine -
if the item will. add to
your overall wardrobe.
When you purchase a dress
everything from the climate to '
the number of children you have :
should be taken into consider- :
Fads are great, but they are
: here today and gone tomorrow, --
j so Insure that major wardrobe
will be suitable for the
i z.w'kasak styles,to come. LIGHT\. ,says Carol ;
Your accessories should also Lone, Women.V director of \
1 be bought with practicility in Shell Oil Co. Everything
mind. It would be great to shown I ftAt picture can lie
11 own shoes gloves, ,and bag to packed In one 18-Inch suitcase .
1 match every dress you own, but and represents all a l
few of us can afford' such lux- travel'-wlse woman needs for
uary. So, in choosing access a, two-week vacation trip. ;
An Aaron fttttnktrg-Martin Mtlchir Production sories, insure that they will Miss Lane demonstrates how
till lurii.i
HERMIONE MMflET SERGIO FANTONI compliment enough of your war- It's done as the highlight h
OnemiScofX( Color by DE LUXE worthwhile.drobe to make the purchase of her talk before the JOWC

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__ AFTER MAKING the decision to re-enlist-: the man ',goes ," AT MEDICAL the first-termer who Is planning to shipoyer r It1 I
through a routing that Is similar to the one he followed/' w/ien./ :... l.,. undergoes a complete physical. S t1
he joined. It takes him to the Dental and Medical Depart.' '" .. S

ments. Bill Skinner is being examined by one of the NAS S

Cecil Dentists. .

FIRST/ TERM RETENTION starts In the Career Counselor's' office.(( Here Bill/// Skinner*/ goes The Retention- Of- First! Enlistment. Personnel "-
through an Interview with HAS Cecil Counselor J.C. Ang/eo./ BILL SKINNER repeats the enlistment oath after Capt. S.D.. Wright, HAS Cecil commanding
officer which will obligate Skinner to for, six
serve more years.
Bill Skinner is 20 years to pinpoint why he made the of a Navy wife is going to be Number One For The S
Manpower Program NavyBill
old. He has served four yearsin choice to stay in the Navy. Heputs alright. '"I 'g guess if she didn't' : : the end of one of the sea ser- career counselor and a re critical rates' are eligible. to
the Navy.Tanorrow. it quite simply this way, she wouldn't' be one," Bill said. : vice's biggest personnel pro- enlistment officer. It Is speci-- draw up to $$7,848, for shippingfor
he will raise his 'Let's' Just say that I wanted to Since he joined the Navy when joined the Navy and headed Point, Hawaii where he"s spent t'' school Mem{kiis.. After study- Division where, as he puts it, blems, the retention of first term fied that the unit counselor will six years.
right hand and repeat the re do it." he was 17 Bill has seen a lot for Recruit Training at Great two )'ears'' with Utility Squadron q d :. ing at Memphis$ Bill came toNAS he takes care of the "yellow sailors. be a graduate of the two week What effects have these pro-
enlistment oath in front of Capt.S. He admits that he probably of the country. Lakes. One. S Cecil where he has been the equipment" used in aviation At one point the Navy reliedon Naval Leadership Career Information grams had on retention?
S. P. Wright, commanding officer won't get rich from his Navy Somehow the Coast Guard, After boot camp he went to It was while he was at Barber's' S past year.: maintenance. the mixing of career person- Center School. J. C. Anglea, BMC and Career -
at NAS Cecil. job but, he won't' be living offa which has a training base a few Treasure Island,Calif.Bill didn't' Point that Bill d decided h he'wanted' d'l lto YELLOW EQUIPMENTAt Bill's' traveling days are far nel with first termers to entice Counselor at NAS$Cecil,provided -
Tomorrow he will be going relief check either. Bill commented miles from Bill's' home on Cape stay on the San Francisco Bay be an: Aviation Mechanic' from over. He and his wife them to become career men THE PROGRAMS$ the following figures: from
through h with a big decision in "There are a lot worse May, didn't' appeal to him. From island for long. He kept headingwest '(Equipment) and a agreed r to extend' 'NAS'Cecil gill works in are looking forward to going to through tales of the romantic life The Navy also realized that by January 1965 to August 1965
his life. Bill has decided to Jobs than the Navy." his home In Dennslville, N. J. until he got to Barber's' for a )year' to'go to Class ""A" the Ground Support Equipnent the West Coast on the first of, of "Bamacje' Bill the Sailor." offering an incentive reenlist- NAS Cecil had six first term per-
make a career of the Navy. NAVY WIFE/ next month. Bill enjoyed his The Navy found that it was ing becomes more attractive. sonnel re enlist, from Sep--
The decision Wasn't a hard f ......... tour of duty in the Pacific and in competition with the civilian First came the Selective Train- tember to December 1965, after
one to make. Although Bill, Bill's' wife of two weeks, the ).. .... ;-' he decided that he would ship world for the men the service ing and Retention Program the Career Counseling Program
who isn't' the.most talkative sail- former Rosemary Adkins of Ii L. I //to I I .; I'p for orders back to that area; had invested much money in to (STAR). Then the Selective Con moved to full speed ahead, the
or in the fleet, finds it difficult Jacksonville, thinks that the life p .. : this is one of the incentives offered train. It learned that it could- version and Retention Program station had 10 first termers ship.
) I S : to first term sailors.He n't' ignore a sailor for three (SCORE) was added. In January, Retention is still the Navy's'
I agreed to ship over for years, 363 days and then hold 1965, the Bureau developed a b biggest! personnel problem but
.. orders to NAS Mlramar. Bill his separation papers in one program that offered_first.term- there are indications that it is
Get ; got orders to Fighter Squadron hand and ask him to sign up for ers a choice off duty' on their shrinking the sea service continues -
away -jIt''" One Hundred and Fifty Four. six more years. S enlistment.The to' -
.... .. .... ., : re createjjncentive.. progrims
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..:. His new squadron goes aboard In' the early 50's the Navy for first term personnel.
I4, 1.1. \ iIo :Jt "'S the carrier Coral Sea which has made'a survey of sailors gettingout most recent addition to A s long as the Navy has men
: .. ;.. 'from it all : .t r rr. been operating as a part of and those re enlisting. The the r first' term retention program'*<: :such as Chief'AngJ a to explain '
r.// the Navy's' punch off the shoresof results showed that neither of the was the Variable Re'_- Enlist-' the Navy's programs and bene- 'S 1
t ,: 't Vietnam.But two groups knew about their full ment Bonus which went into effect fits to sailors like 'Bill Skinner
.. 1 ,! Bill has plans.. If he follows Navy benefits. The Navy deducted this month. Throughthis there will be white hats deciding -
r <:. ., L / '3"" through with them he won't from the survey that a systemof plan first termers in 25 I to make the Navy a career.W&Pfigf41Coflh .
{ ).:..:...1 / S be with the fighter squadron for some type was needed to council -' I. .
( / -;. S iS'' : long.While walking along the Career enlisted Appraisal personnel.Teams were

:! : $" perscribed re enlistment route established to talk to large audiences ,
:: fA. r ? from the station personnel officeto of Navy men about the ben- __
? .
. / '- k dental, to medical Bill explained efits of a Navy career. These
\ 4 his future hopes, "If I can audiences would be a cross
)\ i.. '' I. A S t make third on the Febru- section of pay grades and rates, W..W., V.lk.,..f.n, Inc.I .
S test I'll' put in for "B" Airmen Apprentices would be
(, : school. After that I'll' ask setting next to Chiefs. The Navy I I.* Sir. T T. Stt. :,Us ..f.r.. .r Y Y.. liy., A Used.. VW
for orders to shore duty on the found that this was not the ::1
West Coast." He also talks of answer to retention problems '
A S 5, :t j. getting an overseas shore duty because of the lack of personal GHIA SPECIALS' !

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Y5 Y5'r assignment. the Bureau of Naval 1965 Ghia Coupe, R&II.$$1995
j S : S. Bill may not be able to pin- 1 1961
point exactly why he decidedto Personnel set up the Career 1963 Ghia Cony., R&II.$$1600
stay in the Navy but he is Counclllng Program with the Idea
1963 Ghia
Coupe, R&II.$$1495
:t a sailor who has already given of establishing personal contact
S some thought to the future. between the Individual sailor and 1964 Ghla Coupe, R&II.. $$1695
I 4 the counselor. Under the
gram each division has a man
Bill Skinner will do tomorrow assigned as a career counse- 1964 Double Cabin Pick-up, R&Il.$1595$
:. Get an HFC Traveloan ship over marks lor, the unit has a full time 1965 Exec. Car, Fully Loaded with air. .$$2495.

; Need change of ? Get it I IA Traveloan
) a scene : 1964 Exec. Car, R&II.. . . .$$1895.
: from Household Finance will pay for the i __ :.: 1962 Deluxe Sta. \Wagon\' . . .$$1295

;' ;: whole package:transportation, lodging, food, : EEIJ
;: ': entertainment, clothes,, sports equipment;, AFTER BEING SWORN IN Bill and the 5 :; 1965 VW\\' Sedan . . . . .$$1795
Capt. Wright
sign re-- S '
S J.Fully equipped with air cond. demonstrator.
; even a cash reserve. Repay HFC when you enlistment contract between Bill and the Navy. S"S 5: ;

1 return. Over 150,000, servicemen a year bor- : 1963 VW convertible R&II, like new. $$1395
,:; row with confidence from Household Finance. ; q\ __

!May. We serve you? CHIEF CAMPBELL'S' I IALL $$795 1964 VW Sedans, 3>ecials . . .S1395
f 1963 VW Sedans . . . 4 .$$1250
:f. Bla.xid.irxg. Tenneco S S SIZES I .Mis T TII 1962 VW Sedans. . . . .$$1095 .

Borrow up to $$600 ERVICE STATION THEN COMES, THE BEST PART. .When'd/sburs/ng' / / pays' Bill the 1961 VW Sedan . . .- . .$$895
Take up to 24 months to repay 103rd and Blandlng Offers re-enlistment Bonus he /Is entitled to., S 12.50 EXTRA FOR WSW OR TUBELESSNO 1965 VW Sunroof, equipped.$1650.$ I

DOWN PAYMENT. .. ..NO PAYMENTS FOR 6 WEEKS 1964 1 1500-S()() Sedan . . . .$$1795;

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MoviesMovies .y Club Schedules .

will be shown regularly "0" CLUB The Sophist special Record Hop on Satur-

at 7 p.m., Monday through Kats will provide the entertain- day. Vespers and refreshments .
Saturday. NATTC will have two ment this Friday, with Johnny on Sunday will be at St. Johns 's.f {.';
.on Saturdays and Sundays. The Jelinek appearing on Saturday. Presbyterian Church. On Mon-
hospital will have one featureon Tuesday is foreign dish night day night, fun and excitement a-
Sunday at 7 p.m. featuring gourmet treats from waits you at the USO.CCCCSCCCCCCCCCC. Ads should be nailed to the Holt Publishing Company
Cecil Field will have two shows India. Wednesday Is Fried Chic- 3649 Philips "w)'., Jacksonville, Florida. 32207, to arrive'
during the week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. ken night for the whole family. not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
Matinees will be shown on the Ads arriving too fate for this deadline will be publishedthe
weekend at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. . . . . following week unless the publisher is instructed other
( CECIL FIELD EM CLUB wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
The Saturday Matinee at the CPO CLUB Dancing this Tonight is game night, startingat be received WITH the copy for the ad.
NAS Jax theatre will begin 2 Friday will be to Phil Cay and 8 p.m. Friday the music will

p.m. Showing this week is Mar- the Chantels. The Bud Clark be provided by the Trespassers. DO NOT SEND CASH

'i co Polo, starring Rory Calhoun. Trio will provide dancing music Sunday Phil Cay will providethe RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . .'. . .$2.00Per
Chapter 8 of Roar of the Iron on Saturday. Special entertain- entertainment. Monday, additional line ((4 words per line). . .0.50
Horse will also be shown at this ment on Sunday includes the Nite Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday
time. Walkers, a string band,4p.m.., nights there will be "Happy
| Thursday, January 20 with the Sophist-Kats appearing Hour" from 5 til 6. The club BUILT
7:30 Fqr Sale 1961 Olds F 85 NEW HOMES CUSTOM
i at p.m.CCCSSCCCSCCCCCCCCC. is open for parties on nights no Wagon V/8, A/T, R & H.W/S/W 4 BRs & 3 BRs, Panel dens wIfireplaces.
Outlaw is Coming entertainment is scheduled.
2 Maroon heat & A/C,
tone paint Ivory over central
1 Three Stooges, Nancy Kovack ACEY DUCEY CLUB The One Owner Must Sell Now Irg wooded lots. Down pymts
NATTC Seven Little Foys .
Vera Henderson Trio will be at \ First Offer over $650.00 Phone $1200 thru $1900.
Bob ,James Cagney C S C C C C C C C C C C
Hope C C C C C S ,
Holt, 359 4040 Weekdays. E. BELL BKR.
Hospital Secret of My Suc- the club Friday, with March Wilson VIRGINIA ,
and the Redcoats 'on Satur- 264-2488 356-2462
Stella Stevens, Shirley
Jones cess day. Sunday's band will be Mark CECIL FIELD CPO CLUB -

J. C. Field SandokantheGreatSteve Castle. Game night is every Today there will be a General)
Sunday and Tuesday. 1:00 POODLE CLIPPING: Profes-
Assembly Meeting at p.m.
. . . . All chiefs are urged to attend. sional training by New York FOR SALE: Redecor,3BRhome,
Friday, January 21 Friday night there will be a School of Dog Grooming 771 -' $100 dwn. $55 mo.. ORANGE'

NAS Island of Love Robert BLUEJACKETS INN March lobster dinner for $2.25 and a 0215. Puppies and Stud Service. PARK REALTY, BKRSi264-6144;

Preston, Tony Randall Wilson and the Redcoats will be 10 oz. filet for $1.90. Enter- I .': .

NATTC Outlaw is Coming at the club tonight and again on tainment will be by Mark Castle ;
Three Stooges, Nancy Kovack Sunday. Friday's band will be Saturday night there will be a 'SELL RENT BUY-TRADE
Hospital Seven Little Foys Jimmy Strickland and his TV band 16 oz. T Bone for $1.75 CHOICE 2, 3, 4 BR homes, $100 3 OR 4 BR HOME FROM $100
Bob Hope, James CagneyC. with Phil Cay and the Chantels and Mark Castle will be back dwn, no clos costs. Fast Move- dwn. Contact MJSfc/RETS:: Art
Field SabrinaHumphrey on Saturday. Game night is again. Sunday's dinner[ : Roast in. Tell us your needs. DUKE Powell or Ernie Mills. ORANGE

Bogart, Audrey Hepburn every Wednesday. Pork for $1.00; child plate 50#. LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771 0374. PARK REALTY :3645 2411..

Monday the galley and packagestore ..
22 C C C 'C C C C C C C C C C C C C C C r'
Saturday January
t j will be closed. Wednesdayis

I :.3 NAS Return From the Ashes- USO NOTES 318 N. Ocean game night starting at 5:45.: *"'
FOR SALE '64 DODGE V REAL consulta-
: 8 ESTATE/-F.ree
Maxmillian Schell Street Special events at the
t' NATTC Island of Love USO this week include Wall st shift, Air conditioned, as"sume tion advice. 7 days aVeek.Homes
bal. 724 0382 for sale, $100 Down. Equities,
Robert Preston, Tony Randall flower Nite on Friday with a iiti CCCC, CCCCC CCSCr
No Qualifying.Rentals.Homesite
Hospital Outlaws is Coming-
Nancy KovackC. Lots, Acreage,, ,Investments.
Three Stooges,
of Suc-
Field Secret My
FOR SALE: 1962 VALIANTSIGNET ker UStf Retied; 384 1376
cess Stella Stevens, Shirley .
>1; "
; Jones 225 engine, -A/T, R&H, ,
t&O4't41' sharp. Will trade for your sick ,' ."
'.. Sunday, January 23 sports car or 150. Assume 2RM. EFF. APT. -_ Entirely| private )-

,. NAS The;lively Set- Pamela $25. per mo. pymts. 264 2215 ,seperate entrance rear,
Tiffen, James Darren eves. 'NAS bus and- ,,shopping.-centgr.
NATTG -' Return From the $50+ mo; ;'3555 Randall t.

Ashes Maxmillian Schell :110)( >

.I Hospital Island of Love .:'
; Robert Preston, Tony Randall MUST SELL: '61 IMPALA -
C. Field Seven Little Foys 4 dr HT, '59 Peugeot ((403)) SALE BY OWNER, t,3 BR
t Bob Hope, James Cagney 4 dr sedan, 5 pc. bedroom suite, home, no down payment, assume
Seafood of $74.
Golden Fried monthly payments
24 power mower. 771 6111
Monday, January
Avail. March 1. 771 8202

NAS Back Fire Jean Se- Dinner .
i berg, Jean Paul Delmondo
The Lively Set SUNBEAM ALPINE:CONVERTIBLE 2520 ,College St.
Pamela Tiffen, James Darren FILET OF FLOUNDER '66. White with red up- 3 rooms, private bath !and

Hospital Return From the SCALLOPS DEVILED CRAB holstery, R&H, sacrafice $2,100., entrance, very clean. ,$55 mo.
_,_Ashes Maximillian Schell .-SALAD HUSH PUPPIES FRENCH FRIES Phone 744 1746 387'3102.FOR .
C. Field Outlaws is ComThre'e i'.
cp PHONE 771-7970 103 rd & Blending Center
tIng Stooges, Nancy Ko-
,?; vack OPEN EVERY DAY .1 JOO a.m. to 9:00 p.m. GAR'.ApTS
t Tuesday, January26NAS 2732 Lydia St. Adults, lights &
MERCURY 1BR FURN APT. #6'555 OAK. water 387 ;3942: .:"
Partners Dean Mar- I Adults only $15.50 wk. incl :. ..
: tin, Jerry Lewis all $55 .
IS)1 util. or mo. Clean and
; NATTC Back Fire Jean 1t8Ijw4 comf. 3544903 UNFURN. APTS. AVondale,
: Seberg, Jean Paul Delmondo 3684 Hedrick St., 4' room, 5

l Hospital The Lively Set LARGEST, MOST MODERN AND COMPLETE closets, elect. eqpt. garage.

t Pamela Tiffen, James Darren FORD MERCURY DEALERSHIPS ____ '

'r t.i Robert C. Field Preston- Island, Tony of Randall Love COVERING A CITY BLOCK FEATURING FOR SALE: '57 CHEV CONV., ART INSTRUCTION Florence

Console Radio Stero and 28
PERSONALIZED SALES <* SER Seymour, Avondale, Gallery of
; Wednesday, January 26 V/CE/ W/TH YOUR CONVENIENCE INMND. ft. Center Bd. Sloop EV90912 Art. 389 0766. '

A NAS Mad Executors Han- : >. : : :. ..-; .

Jorgs Felmy, Maria Perschy
ti NATTC Partners Dean Ford Motorama! Inc.Hy ,TICKETS Jacln.nrills ON Coll SALE,.., AT 1145 CIRCUS I. Adorn SITE St.
Martin Jerry Lewis I ) Or mt Doer B.for. f.ch Performance

., Hospital Back Fire Jean S'
Seberg, Jean Paul Delmondc
*" C. Field Return From the 17 Green Cove Springs, Flo.
Ashes Maxlllian Schell
Phone 264-2443 -





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Children Welcome

Conveniently Locatedto

HAS downtown and Cecil or e Ypir take Anyone1* Deaf Sfr 9JCIRCUS


Ford I I Motorama I Inc.HY

$3.50 rows 1.17 28 4 and I p.m. "
17,6REEW ii 2.S0 I.S0 rows rows Jo-U 11.2. K.lfmm: 30 29 -. 1100 IOr30 and. dlO' 2130 and IrOO p'.m.
3650 St. Johns COVE SPHmes ElA. p.m.
Child n reds, 1Z, Mati"" except 1 FM. Jt... J(.
; For youi convc".i C" ;t we have instalteo a Tickets also on sale in Jacksonville at Civic Auditorium
EV 4-6444 CO 4-9442 MUSTANGoctsojv.Hc. >." '"OWEf and Hemming Park box offices
; :re: 2f1 1 ? U] ALL SEATS RESERVED

I .

Jonuory.20, 1966

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'r t yidMMY is

ySgt. Joel Ferguson

j EXT. 400

a ar. at
BARRACKS TALES cidems involving, Marine Corps

v weE Evidently many Marine students Each death by accidental con-
schools here have
attending +
tact with hazardous electric cur-
fallen prey to tellers of old bar-
rent has involved one or more
racks tales wild and irresponsible
violations of safety precautions.
sea stories that have some-
Headquaners recognized that
how managed to survive and remain I
risks are unavoidable during
t. prevalent in the space age. combat however, none of the ele-
One tale has it that you can'tbecome
:trocutions occured under emergency -
officer in the Marine
E 1I 'i 1 conditions wherein safety
Corps if you have a tatoo. The
standards should be relaxed.
other bit of poppycock would have
The bulletin further stated that
you believe that you were
aak commanding officers will take
guarding a prisoner and he escaped a
positive action to ensure that
even if the prisoner'ssentence ,8
personnel assigned to work on or
,MARINE, PROMOTIONS. Mo/or/ R. H. Searle/ commanding of labor, was would 20 years in turn at hard take in the vicinity of power lines FIRST ACT Gen. Wallace
ficer of the HAS Cecil Marine Barracks/ (far right)} Issued pro the prisoner's place and serve are fully informed of the hazards M. Greene, Jr., Commandant

motion warrants to nine marines during formation involved. Also, personnel work
a at the Marine out his sentence. of the Marine/ Corps, promotes

/ ,Barracks recently. They are: (first ,row, I Ileit to right); Don't believe these stories., ing on tasks where an electri- Master Gunnery Sergeant

L/Cpl. K. M. Jewers; Cpl./ M. M. Hayes; and Cpl. J. L. Abner They just ain't so. city hazard may exist, must receive Chester to his present rank

Second row (left to right); Cpl. M. T. Hibbard; L/Cpl. T. W. This is not to encourage Ma- appropriate Instruction in at New Year's day.af
noon on
Raney end L/Cpl. M. J. Blum. Third row (left to right); 'Sgt. rines to obtain tatoos. Many accident prevention and first aid the Commana'anf's House ..1'\"

M, Yfesdowski/ /; Sgt. R. A. Hammac; L/CPL. A. Perez. controversial and unfavorable procedures.
8th anell I 'Streets In Washington.
opinions have been expressed regarding RECRUITERS WANTEDThe
tatoos. Certainly a board Promoting the Marine
considering enlisted Marines for Marine Corps has put outa Band Drum Ma/or/ was the

HOW OPENI! elevation to the officer ranks call to former recruiters to Commandant's first official

would question the overall char- apply for another tour. Particularly act of 1966.

acter of a man with a fly tatoo sought are Marines who

COMPLETE LINE OF HOME on the end of his nose, or a red have been working in their primary -

band tatooed around his neck. MOS for at least two years pay the loan. Because then
,Furnishing- since their last tour as recruit-
Kelvlnator Appliances Such eccentricities are not you'll have to pay.

consistent with normal social ers.Applicants Even if you're convinced the
FINANCING FOR MILITARY FREE DELIVERY! behavior patterns. Other more who have completeda friend is a good risk, you can't

coventional tatoos, however, successful tour of 'recruiting predict What might happen whim
"Sue" within the past six years,and who before the loan is
as"Mary","Betty', fully repaid
Furniture MART etc. tatooed neatly on the fore- are reassigned will be trans and you are off the hook.

arm, are not enough to wrecka ferred directly to recruiting sta Remember, the fact that the
6263 ROOSEVELT Marine's chances of tions. Others accepted will attend lender asks for -
L VD. BY ST. JOHNS MOBILE: HOMES becoming a co signeris
an officer if he is otherwise six weeks of Recruiters evidence that he regards the

qualified. School, at MCRD, Parris Island, borrower as a risk.

Letting a prisoner escape has S. C.
,. ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS double '- edged consequencesalso. : Headquarters Marine: Corps,in TAX BOOK
announcing the need for more The Internal Revenue Service
Opportunities for retiring or seperatlng personnel in a rapidly While it is absolutelyfalse
booklet written inlayman's
recruiters, pointed out that prepared a ,
that will be -
a guard compelled
4. expanding company in Alabama, for electronic technician consideration of.the service language, that contains
" with knowledge of transistor circuitry. Trade of service to serve out the exact
would information than the Instructions -
not permit reassignmentsto' more
.. sentence of a prisoner who escaped -
U school training desirable, experience required. which
: recruiting for all applicants, accompany
while under his charge,
", 'AMPEk CORPORATION, Magnetic Tape Division,. is a world i, the guard would still have some but: that qualified Marines wouldbe Form 1040 for filing 1965 tax
;. '$'' leader in the manufacturing of a full line of magnetic recordIng given every(. consideration in returns.
embarrassing questions answer
,,:':Y tapes. Excellent fringe benefits. and could indeed, if he order to ease the. present shortage Copies sell for 50 cents and

Send Resume to: W. E. JOHNS, Personnel Mgr. were negligent become a pris- of recruiters. were scheduled to be availableon
'AMPEX Corporation/ oner himself. To make things Since July 1965, more than or before Deco 1. Requestsfor
33,000 new Marines have been copies may be made 'to the
P.O. Box J90 Opelika/ AlabamaAn worse, depending on the circumstances
the guard could wind enlisted. 'The buildup in recruiter Superintendent of Documents,
Equal Opportunity Employer .
up with a stiffer sentence to strength is based on a contin- Government Printing Office,

serve than the prisoner he was uing requirement for increased Washington, D. C. 20402
manpower to meet authorized
THE guarding. increases in USMC strength-. MARINE/ WIVES/
OLD CHIEF SAYS: These stories are not confinedto
The white sale held
the barracks. We've heard PROMOTIONS/
them told as the gospel truthat by the Marine Wives on Monday

the local Acey Ducey and Headquarters Marine Corps Jan. 17 was a tremendous suc-
i has announced that 1,081 Marine cess. ''Those that were absent
CPO Clubs, and at Staff NOO
0* life, Club throughout the Marine noncommissioned officers will missed a good time. There

Corps. As we said before, they add a stripe in February. Near- will be a meeting to revise the
: ain't 'ly three quarters of the number club by laws at the home of
fa't fir just so.
got will be promoted to staff serg- Mrs. K. Holt 6835 Peter Pan

CAREER NEWS eant. Place on Tuesday, Feb. 1.

The following Marines have Dates of rank and pay and allowances Those desiring to attend this

yet pass advanced their professional for all will be dated meeting and need transportationmay

\ A! qualifications by. completing February 1. call 771 8328. A bake

atJyir courses or passing tests as indicated '_ Ten.Marlnes, terminating with sale is planned on Jan. 27 and
1st Sgt. Norman B. Hagel, will anyone interested in baking items

!W k SSgt.: J. R. Mencum MCI be promoted to sergeant major. for this sale are requested to

__ Helicopters, Components and Five remaining sergeant major contact the dub president at
selectees will be promoted as 771 8328 not later than Jan.
Handling; Sgt. R. H. Bergeron,
i crtJifNsufificilicn MCI ,- Punctuation; SSgt. L. I. vacancies occur. Thirteen of 25. All Marine Wives are invited -
Stone MCI 46 selectees to master gunnery to attend the meeting on
sergeant also will be promoted. revising of the club by laws.
Practices Sgt. J. A. Turner
; J I I ; Master Sergeant Michael W.Kat-
MCI Armory Procedures and Repair -
zmark Is In the February
; and 2d Lt. C. A. Chamb- CECIL FIELD

care! Uss, MCI Tactics of the Ma- group.
Forty six gunnery sergeants,
rine Rifle Platoon.
.w anchored by Cecil C. Grode, will MARINE/ OF THE QUARTER
D. G.
LCpl. Hooper
be promoted to first, sergeant,
leted an on the job Hell -
leaving 28 on the waiting list. Private First Class Bobby G.
Arc Welding Course and Pfc.R. .
.4 Cornelius F. Still is junior man Arnett, has been selected as the
M. Caldwell passed the Com-
That Credit Identification Card comes from us. x. Test. on a list of.46 going to master "Marine of the Quarter" for the

You get it with your first loan. It's mighty handyto prehensive College sergeant, with 96 other selectees quarter ending in December.A .

have since.we serve you in 775 offices coastto SELECtEDSelected remaining.Staff member of the NAS Cecil

coast. Depend on us for liberty money, for promotion Staff Sergeant Leon G. Cruiseis Marine Barracks guard platoon,
expenses, cash needs. And get 238 Marinesto
emergency the junior among the Hampton, Tenn., Marine
Sgt. by recent HQMC promotion
Your good
your Credit Identification board were the following be promoted to gunnery serg- amassed 93 points out of a pos-

credit assures you of quick service. members of Jacksonville's Mi- eant. Awaiting promotion will sible 136. Arnett had been nominated .
be 386 the
Qthers. Anchoring
rice Air Reserve TrainI'e- for the award twice pre
tachment: 728 to be promoted to staff ser- viously but lost by a two point

DOMESTIC FINANCEh Homer L. Allen, Sgt. Supply geant Is Sgt. Sylvester ,Hughes. margin.
Chief Still to be promoted to that grade The program is open to

:! r 1 A.s.x aat CORPORATION Delbert A. Bullock, Opera- will be 1,056 others. privates through lance corporal.

tions Clerk BEWARE Selection is based on test results -

John J. Flanagan Asst.NCO- on General Military Sub

,'..;. ,r InC, Electric Shop "CO SIGN? WHY NOT?" jects, Knowledge,and compliancewith
LOANS TO $600 When you co sign a note General Special and verbal "

JACKSONVILLE 1193 So. Cdgowood Avo. Phono 389-0391 CAUTION to help your buddy get a loan, orders, rifle and pistol marksmanship -

440 W. Adams St. Phono 356-0091 721.0550 you are in.effect. insuring his ,, off duty education

926 Arlington. Road Phono Phorio 356-0076 :;.."A bullentin recentlY' sent out ,ability to pay it back. physical fitness clothing
25 E Adams SU
.- 1638 Main S.... Phono 354.6841Phono 5-160i :from HQMC stated that the Com You may lose a friend if you inspections,. intra mural athletics -
'" ,,5832 Norwood Blvd.Avo.31O2 i Phono 3S92091Phono 7& mandant's 'concern over the high: refuse but you almost"certainly personal appearance and

... .' 9212 H.Boach Poarl) St. '. 353-6244 'rate, of ,e1 ectrocintioti''type'ac** Will If you sign and I he! doesn't conduct on duty and liberty.

., ....-.' .. ,. .. e,eo. .....:t,,, ',' e_. l'.'.'Oo' .,.,...........'... 11' ttf111/1(11.11/f'. '


page 70 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER January 101966; :

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Cecil, To Enter "'t>:I'! '& 1_ ...J. ._ ... t:
: '" """ ... "" r I w: ,: : : : .. '.
: : .
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'f' J. : '
Pro Am In GJO .' ,; :. ';' ,. '.; :,.. ,:,,: ;I .,!" .. .. .."-' ''>. J* : .*1-. ,- vrir. :.. -'

;'t#. .. '> -
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NAS Cecil will be represented
this year In the Greater Jack-

sonville Open Golf Tournamentwith Jax
the entry of two playersin Navy Splits

the Pro Am event. Special
Services has paid for the entries.
To establish who will repre- With Turner AFB

sent this station in the tourney,

a 36 hole handicap tournament Jax Navy Basketball team, er from walking away with the
[ miili* U>< mtmi** mmm ii "" -
.has been set. The qualifying playing Turner A. F. B. in a game.In BANTAMS DUEL to finish //ne// .Johnson and lien/ Wosfc-

rounds will be played. on Satur- double header succeeded taking the past two games between tngton Battled It out tone finish /line this/ past Sunday In the
day, Feb 19 and 26. the first game 88 to 82 but lost Turner and Jax Navy, Navy won Jacksonville Sailing Club Winter/ Regatta.
v The handicap playoff has been the second 91 to 88. Thesegame both games 80 to 73 and 88 to Navy '

set up in two categories, one for bring the Jax record to 10 wins
l officers and one for enlisted. and loses. 80.Before last weekend's playJax Winter Regatta At HAS Jax
The officer and enlisted man Fred Klomann, who has been Navy held the second place posi-
i who finisheswiththelowestscorepsing high scorer almost all season, tion in the Northern Divisionof With perfect sailing weatheras 1. Al Johnson (NJSC) ,
their full handicap will get again led Navy in the first game the Georgia Florida Inter the order of the day, the 2. Ellen Washington (NJSc)
the entries in the GJO Pro by scoring 28 points out of the service Conference.'
Navy Jacksonville Sailing dub 3. Dan Jackson (NJSC)
Rules team's 88 points on Friday even This coming weekend Jax Navy hosted the Winter Regatta of the
for the qualifying tournament ing and went on to score 18 will play another double headerat NAS Gannet Class
Tri Club series here at
are as follows: in the second game Saturday Moody A. F. B. in Valdosta,
I All 1966 PGA rules will afternoon. Ga. Jax Sunday. 1. Ann Washington (NJSQ)

apply. Check with the station Coach Jim Taylor's boys took "They are a pretty fair team," Picking up points towards the 2. Rich Karowski (NJSQ)

'' golf pro prior to playing for the the lead at half time 40 to 32 in said Coach Taylor concerning Greater Trophy and Jacksonville individual Class Sailing Trophies 3. Bill Scronce (NJSQOpen )
t latest changes. the first game and carried Moody, "and we will have to play the Class
were following race
The established handicap that through even' though they lost one good ball to beat them.' winners. 1. George Holt (RC)
a player has at the time of the of their top players, Stanley FIRST RACE 2. Charles Holt (RC)
qualifying rounds will J be used. Maurer, who was injured with 53 3. No Contest

The maximum handicap anyone seconds to go in the second Bantam Class The feminine NJSC members
can play with is 18. lax Navy still main-
quarter. well represented by the effortsof
I will be allowed 1. Dan Jackson (NJSC)
Players to
tained their lead increasing it
BASKETBALL RESULTS Ellen and Ann Washingtonwho
2. Ted Henks (NJSC)
participate only in a three time in the fourth
at one quarterto
trounced all comers in the
3. George Baldwin (FYC)
some or four some.
15 points. .
Gannet Class and switched off
Entry fee will be the established Again in the second game Navy; VAP 62, 53 _e. VP 16, 46 Gannet Class between races to try to beat
fees for Hospital, 57 *- Supply, 40
daily green held the half time lead but lostit
1. Ellen (NJSC) the The
Washington Bantam'Skippers. Open
each 18 holes. shortly, into the third quarter FICEUR, 46 ComFalrJax, 29
VP 5 52 40 2. Bill Scronce (NJSc) Class was as usual dominatedby
cards will be Dispensary,
I 'Special score
Turner the lead
kept though no the fast, sleek, Suicides of the
3. Rich Karowski (NJSC)
FltWeaFac 77 25
from the NAS Cecil golf Weapons,
pbtained more than six points ever separated -
Florida Yacht Club. These
The intent to qualify must the two teams. VAP 62, 75 FAETU, 23 Open Class
ing 20 foot toothpIcks are the
I 'fro.I made known to the profes- Before the VP 5, 52, VW -4,46
games were played 1. Charles Holt (RC) bane of all :Open contenders except -
VP 30 42 VW 4 37
at the time of obtainingthe Coach said ,
Taylor "They area 2. George Holt (RQ) possible a Catamaran or
score card. All scores running ball club and they jump VP 30 65 ComFaIrJax,45 3. Shell (FYC) Scow Class boat ,
will be attested 679th, 46 NARTU, 43
by -
playing partners like Jackrabbits, and throughout -
Next races will be held onJan.
VP 16, 57 FAW 11, 49 SHELL RACE
and the golf be .
pro. both this
games proved to 30, at the Rudder Club at Orange
Prizes that will be awardedto the rule. It was because of these Bantam Class Park.
the number two through sixth two assets that Turner played an
player in each category (officer Turner's high scoring 'Town-

and enlisted) will be a daily pass send, kept Navy on the go tryingto
to the entireeyen days of the prevent this exceptional play-
Pro Am and the GJO.

For further information call Raiders two
the NAS deiI'golf pro at ext.243. Drop k

Fle. To MacDIII, AFB

The same "Ole Nemesis" that
lisketbnll Standings haunted the NAS Cecil Raiderstwo
weeks ago, returned last
I weekend to impose more
Team Won Lost punishment. This time it was

done on the Raiders home court..
;, Hunter AFB 12 2 That "Ole Nemesis", is an undefeated -
NASJAX 10 4 MacDill Air Force Base

NAS Glynco 7 7 basketball team, that is leadingthe
)Turner AFB 7 7 Southern Loop of the Fla./

Robins AFB4 -10 Ga. Conference with a 9 0
Moody AFB 2 12 mark.

Even playing without their high

forward, ''Bruce Pitts, who justa
: week before dropped in 90

Team Won' Lost points against the Raiders In two

games, MacDill swept a pair
MacDUl AFB 9 0 of games from NAS Cecil by
Patrick AFB 5 3 scores of 81 76 and 80 -
f I Sanford 2 4 71. Pitts is out with a broken

,Orlando 2 4 ankle.In .

INAS CECIL 2 8 Friday night's encounter, THE ARBOLESALL
} the charges of coach Richerson
THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE kept pace with the Airmen In
{Northern Loop: Jax at Moody; the first }half of play, and were
;Glynco at Hunter. Southern Loop: only down by two points at the TWO BED ROOM, ONE BATH UNITS.

.Cecil at Orlando; Sanford at Or- intermission mark, 40 38. NOW RENTING WITH IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
flando; Patrick at MacDill; Mac- In the second half MacDill
/ Dill at Orlando; Sanford at Mac- added three points to their lead Ideal|location In Orange Park, one block a fS KK%Central.Heating and Cooling

Dill. and was able to stay ahead of from town"CENTER" and shopping.sa. P with Individual thermostatic
the Raiders for the victory. controls and registers Installation
Smith was high point man for All unitswlthwalled-Ingardensorprivet.! McCALL SERVICE INC.

!Waves Bowlinv the Airmen with 24 points, while balconies.
Jim Marshall dropped in 27 for All units with complete carpeting and

s, The Waves Bowling League the Raiders. Swimming pool with adjacent laundry facilities drapes.

> resumed their intramural play After the center man did all located In the central garden area .

on Monday, Jan. 10, after takingt the scoring for the Airmen on GENERALfELECTRIC( I Kitchen
several weeks off for the holiday Friday night, the two forwardsgot 110
t featuring MARK 27 bullt In
o season. into the act on Saturday as range with
Coming up with all the honors as they combined to bucket COVI w push button controls;two-door refrigerator -

.1t_ -. for the evening's play was Lee 49 points in their 9 point victoryover I with zero degree freezer and automatic -
NAS Cecil. defrost fresh food section.
Trojan. She rolled a 219 for
high game.Wgh handicap, and The Raiders, backed by Jerry THE Ota*
coupled with her other scores Marshall with 12 points In the AR80USsrowe
high series for the week. Tro- second half, made strong come- AVI. LOCATED ONE BLOCK EAST OF U.S,17 AND

jan now holds all the season back bid, but couldn't check the ONE BLOCK SOUTH OF KINGS LEY AVE.
honors except for high series, forward wall of MacDlll's from *,nn
scoring, and fell by the 80 -
a. a 546 held by J. A. Moynahan. way
Misfits 46 13 -1 INFORMATION
Briggs paced the Raider scor- w w *v ,
Legends 33-27 ing with 18 points,followed close-
'Pin Busters 32 28 ly by teammate Jim Marshall with CALL 264-2711
*Bowlerettes 29 30 -1 16. Thompson and Ford had 23
Top Poppers 20 40 and 26 points respectively for F+"""""
Free Loaders 19 41 the Airmen.


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Schlitz Florida Fishing Derby

I. To Open Statewide February 1 .cf \ Whistling'nThe


The sixth annual Schlitz longer term tagged species. In many Improvements In fish ,,
Florida Fishing,Derby will open Amounts will be determined by management some of 'them a-
Tuesday. Feb. 1, throughout the the time the fish has been at large dopted by several other states, fey P. S. Jhibodeaux I
state with a new and different increasing with the terms of life and improved 'fishing opportunities ;
This meeting of the Navy in honor of the new
format and several innovations. experience available for research ," said John W. Woods chiefof past Club
Jacksonville Sailing was
The State Board of Conservation In fish longevity movement fisheries of the State Game election for dub Officers. Preparations have
( salt water) and the State growth and other biological and Fresh Water Fish Commis- The slate night of Officers presentedwas way by all hands for
Game and Fresh Water Fish facts. sion. Club Series this
elected acclamation of
Commission announced plans for Fish with 1961 tags (letteredA "The short term release study all members present. In Office Race results )
,the. 1966 phase of what has been bi weekly races
1A or F) will be worth $300 has established fishing pres- for the next six months are;
of for
the extensive fish
most' tagging each; 1962 tags ( 1, 2, 3, 4, sures, potential fish harvvsts Commodore, Dan Jackson, Vice pudding
program tition minded
ever undertaken
for A. B, X.. C, X D). $200: and other conclusions for bet- Commodore, Lou Caron; Club
scientific vide
research. All excellent
of the costs 1963 tags ((31. 32,, 33, 34, ter fish management. A studyof Secretary Jim Walker; Trea- for an their
program are defrayedby E, F, G, H), $100; 1964 tags long term releases should surer, Gerry Koepp; First Lieu- ing crews.
the Jos. Schlitz Brew the finer of
of'Milwaukee'and'' ina Company ( 41, 42 43, 44, K, M. N, O.) tell more about fish life cycles, tenant, Bill Scronce; Social] little difficult points
Tampa, $50; and 1965 tags ( 51, 52 growth rates and long range effects Director, Hugh Bell and Paul a at
the of
in interest conservation 53, 54, P. R, S T, ) $25. of tagging on fish health." Overton. as can testify.
and better fishing the Gator Bowl
opportunities To qualify for awards, tagged A committee was appointedto
'The Derby,which has paid more fish must be caught in compliance study and!' revisionsto weeks ago, I'd
Robert M.1ng1e, researchdirector propose
than $300 .000 in cash awardsto did the equivalent of
with all Florida fishing the Club Constitution and By-
of the State Board of Con-
participating fishermen and regulations, and returned with Laws that Constitution ups hiking out and
so -
servation, said Derby returns,
which ran for three months in the course of the
tags intact as soon after will better conform to the
cap-: only made possible by substan- pre-
each ,of four
geographical zones
ture as possible to a Schlitz confirmed sent operation and of
tial awards had a concept Admittedly, this was
in will be
1965 statewidefor
open wholesaler. The fish and tags number of theories of salt water the Qub. treme due to the
through 11 months December this 31 coming 1966.year, will become the property of the fish habits and movements, and After the business meeting, ther we had but, it

For the first time, fishermenwill State agency concerned. had aided in several fishing Improvements free refreshments were served to bfn good ri1v:

know 'in advance the valuesof Approximately 50,000 Schlitz notably the valueof
their Schlitz tagged fish tagged fish have been released building artificial reefs as
through a simplified scheduleof during the last five years, and points of congregation and bre-
cash awards according their fewer than 20 per cent have been eding of game varieties.

Worth in research data. returned to the state agencies. "The extensive research has *VISIT
Awards wtll be based on captures What has happened to the remain- resulted in a number of authori- .- -
'of Schlitz tagged fish released der may be established by studyof tative scientific publications"
'for previous Derbies the long term releases. he added. "A concentrated studyof
staned in' 1961. There will be so called 'older' tagged fish tJiiiri1r1T
'none'* releases for the 1966 event five years of the Schlitz should produce even more use -
so that the research benefits of Derby program have provided full data on how we can offer

the.,"program, can be focused on massive data that have resulted our residents and visitors still CADILLAC <& PONTIAC
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The VW 4 Sports Car Rally aid is luck. Contestants will Every man on the Universityof PHONE EL 3-3922
California football squad has
and Racing Club is sponsoring travel over a predetermined route
-a..Hare..and. ,HoundRally"- to known only to the"hare"and will pledged to give blood as a sym-
bol of for U. S. policyIn
be held on Jan. 30, starting at have to guess at certain pointsIn the Republic of Vietnam. 6725)I
yenetla Village and running which direction they will haveto
Approximately 60 miles in length. turn. The winning car would!
s' be that which traveled the least
" A "Hare and'Hound Rally"is amount of total miles from the

different from a Time, Speed,
. : Distance event In that stop start over that of the official
watches, calculators, and other mileage.The J
:. navigational devices are not rally will commence ",t ,
": necessary. The navigational Venetla Village In front of Grand 5
: Prix Raceways with late regis-

tration at 12:30,driver's meetingat '
r 1:00, and the first car off at Ii
': Rockets Ltovt 1:30. Entries submitted priorto
Jan. 22 will be $1.75. En- -
tries submitted prior to Jan. Mr
; For GrtMsboro 22 will be $1.50. Dash plaqueswill
be given to all contestantsand
winners will receive tro- '
Alter tonights encounter with phies. r
Greensboro at the Coliseum, the Entry blanks and further information .-.-., -
Jacksonville Rockets will take to may be obtained fromM. wa

the road for' three. games this Tetalman, VW 4, NAS J ax,
;weekend. ext. 794, or J. E. Darling, 4603 -..
I: Prior to last nights game with Daughtry, 771 2111.
Knoxville, Coach Pat Egan's Rockets -
had won six of their last
Fight home games.
The Rockets are 0 22 on PFJ4vii1
the road this; season, but hope ..
to end this loss streak when'theyplay

at, Greensboro on Friday,
and Knoxville on Saturday and 1. Whp Is the only National
Sunday. League player to Win the batting
"The sparkling display of the championship while playing with ,
Rockets against. Nashville even more than one team during the

though they got'' beat 4-0 last season. .'
Saturday; was the talk of the 2. In what year did Amos ,, ...
,Nashville Arena," said Egan. Alonzo Stagg. the grand old
"Other.than NashvUle surprised man of football, appear on the
the Rockets In the first ten first All American team? ,
minutes ofp lay . scoring 3. The'first Army Navy .: ::
Jhreer.timesthe Rockets football clash was played In 1890. Need going' home money : :

played their best game in two What was the score? .
season, according to Dave 4. Who was the first man .: '
Patterson, Nashville general ever to hold three boxing titles? .5. O. S. Seaboard for a loan. specializes in
"- 5. Who holds the major lea- I r
lttanager.I renting to Naval
hope .the acquisition of Jim gue record for having played In money personnel. high priorityI

hembench will help strengthen the most World Series games? service, telephone ahead for a personal (and top

McCarthy will of play the forward Rockets.and .ANSWERS secret) appointment. You'll be surprised how l low your

defense and'It'Is hoped he will upteld saaiU eJJJg{ A jxoA f OA MaN.S Jql monthly payments will be.
see lots of action. .
team's .SUY.DJ ((8061)) 1q J PM.cAeaI
,, of his
Egan was proud
effort against the Long, Island .. ttlSll pie (L681)) tgBlaM LOANStoS.OOSERBORRD '
Ducks In the 4 3 Insurance ,(AeJq '({6at) ttl8jaM3ippJiu! aip
Night victory... He hopes the man 9u 'suouiunszjjj) : qog l *'fr F/NRNCECOMPRNY
padumptnvN Ealexiof
for -1Z; WJV
this over .0
(the team n xt'.f can ur'games.carry: puce u* s* (688t UI.paooaiSuluItl 'ZG9C' ; A lifestver when you,need cash

McCarthy who becomes the
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IWd .
night.expected tHe.to join purchased the club from last .,S uaaMjaq uJ map $ltl iJids q'i : 7.f.pAcne ELgin 6-3311 j .' .. .- .' ,: "Te/epfone'ELg/n/ / .).

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F January 20,1966

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I\ Cecil IM Basketball Roundup HAS JAX '

Hornets Win Four in Row FIghtin' Photo Wins/ Two- Sports ShortsThere

the 'Hor- VFP 62 opened the New Year '
After a slow start, will be an organizational,
nets' from VA 44 seem to have with an impressive 64-35 victory meeting for the spring bowling
found a winning combination and over VC 4 in intramural play. leagues on Wednesday, Feb. 2.
have reeled off four consecutive Three men hit double figuresIn at 9:30 a.m. in the NAS Gym, INHVW1 I
the while Todd Good
victories. scoring Bldg. #3. All team captainsand
The victory string began was high point man with 18 tal interested personnel are urg-
t against VA 45, with an all lies.The ed to attend.
out team effort as every mem- biggest upset of the season
ber of the squad got into the came last week when the "Fight- The NAS Intramural Bowl' >? :
scoring column. in' Photo"dropped the previously Offs will be held the week of
With the victory spark ignited, unbeaten AMD Jets by a 44 40 Jan. 24 28. The Bowl Offs
4 the 'Hornets' gathered more score. Todd Good once again will be held at the NAS Bowl-
F momentum as they gained win paced an inspired "Photo Five"to ing Center. The Ironman Trophywill
number two over VFP -62. Dan- victory with 12 points. be presented on Friday even-
ny Bradley, the fourth leading ing following the completion of 'ay
scorer in the league, paved the the Intramural Bowl Offs.
way for the winners with Hog Season the
NAS Jax Athletic Office -
21 points. :
announces an organizational me- :
Since the Christmas holiday Closed OnJanuary eting for all personnel who are
/coach Ens. Connolly -
break, player going to participate on the Jax 0
4 has been well pleased with Navy Tennis Team this season.
his team as they scored an impressive 2ndLAKE The meeting will be held on the
62 45 upset victoryover courts adjacent to Bldg.. #720. CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER

inated GEMD.the backboards Gary Eason throughoutthe dom- CITY -- Hog season The meeting will get underwayat BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSON
closed January 2 In the north- 10:00: a.m., January 22nd.
game for the 'Hornets', as SP 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
should SSgt.
east region along with deer and Participants contact
teammate 13 Wilson was tossingin turkey, according ,to W. B,Cope- Voyles at Bldg. #610 or by calling -' 65 MUSTANG COUPE . . .$2395

i -t Mr.points.Connolly feels that the ,land, chairman Game and Fresh 8417.him Several on Ext.college 8220 or teams Ext. auto/trans., V-8, power steering/ ,heater, alt: .
best team effort was shown a- Water Fish Commission. are on this seasons scheduleand cond. solid white, WSW. > .' -
: gainst VA 15, as the 'Hornets'
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the ception hogs I
21 tallies to pace scoring
attack. "This win was a shot in through February 27 which is the Frank McCaffrey the,NAS NAS Athletic 65 CORVETTE; . II .. ."*1 V .$3895
the arm," says Mr. Connolly; closing IIHogs date for quail and squir- Director call Ext.,585.at Gym or 327, 4-speed, WSW, AM/FM radio, solid red ':
"You, can tell by the score that rel. with white Interior/ 9000 actual miles.. I
the spirit:: and desire was in each .
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The 'Hornets' hold the best Blanding Wildlife 7130 P.m. 'tllf
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the league, allowing the opponets mock Management Area, and that DUCOTHEQUC 202 Florida AY.C A-GO-GL.r.Ademt IMPALA/ SPORT SEDAN . .1209S
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average The team of 50.feels that they hold in Alachua County. STICIALI 45e.f the with Oator s..thwow Mwl .., R&H, solid white, red Interior. .

the number one fast break eotertelnment. 64 BEL AIR 4 DOOR 'SEDAN..31895
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Ivory over mist green, extra. ., extra
bench to draw support from with '
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players like Torrez, Strange, U HIP THE' 'DRIP" ;. ,.
Peter Burk, and Hodges all anxious c r
to play. ILntnztr 4 speed trans., V-8, R&H, solid color, ,WSW

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ALL NEW GOODYEAR AUTO TIRES ARE GUARANTEED ogoinst defects in work-.: Tires Exhaust System 1.25 Week -. .
monship ond materials ond normal road J -
hazards except)( repairable punctures.' "I \\I _
THIS GUARANTEE of more than I "i.
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'. 3.heat selection gives right
temperature all fabrics

MODEL DC-SI6A Variable time control
safety-start switch.
2 Separate water four way venting.temperatures .
t ;. save %%
hot water ,'. Gentle action give
pamper fabrics. ; true wash "n'wearabitity
a. to
:, -:,';: Extra, powered spray miracle fabrics
t Y.'t rinse for more .
.:u a efficient detergent r;.k,; No mildew spots.
:$ ,' removal. '
Airborne mold,
-: and'pollen
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:: Tub stops spinning f {: Y.; fR9f your clothes.
;, '! when lid is opened.
Protects hands-: ; <: :: Sunshine fades
Childproof. wind makes fabricsI
< ( ,, stiff. G.E. dries
G.E. damp-dry spin clothes bright,
leaves many pieces dry white and soft.
enough to iron.A .
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STANPVOPTIONAL-EXTRA' PAY ONLY $1.50 WEEKlY.. ), : %g: iS .. 1ilE.: L

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Most useful accessory SPECIAL GOODYEA 14-pc. kit that's per. <:
since the steering __' RED, TAG EVENTDON'T feet for the handyman.

K eps.lI.tc'ss.l'Jlt.>rlss 2nd Year '
ttFittta{ yra.lwAare......., SenrkeAvailable J WAIT $88" -- .

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On All'' IT'S THE.SALE. SERVICE I nt(IH9S%08H M9 VMM GE' BY :,>;' wheel,chuck key and holder rubber pad sanding discs ;
Has rn.,r !It30e WHrf tMnORIo GENERALELECTRIC and wheel arbor-all in bl ldedchest. y; ,.
Appliances OF I 'THE.YEAR. ;

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=wiM.M.rrr. Grayrock Lining $26 95


Linings and'Labor


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align front end 'I' :nCiHEft'.t"t"I. J
:w""7. I' Correct camber,caster ., $49.I I 1 .."Fan rg beltStarting ., .... ., 'S 49. ., I I
'.:: I toe-in 1 1 system V i. s
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.' I. Cyi.compression and adj. I
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