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: February 3, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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military department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertise<


Navy Officials Host RED CROSS ComFairJax Presents


Six Explorer Scouts Check for CFC Drive

American Red Cross Field
Director's Office, NAS, Jacksonville -
G with the cooperation of
Special Services, will conducta
Water Safety Instructors Couse 4 d".
s'r. beginning Tuesday, Feb. 8 at
the indoor pool. Classes will
I be held twice weekly on Tuesdayand
Thursdays from 7 p.m. to
11 p.m. and will run through
March 3. Instructors will be
Mr. Chuck Phillips, AmericanRed
Cross Instructor trainer
and Mr. Bill Shearin, Directorof
Safety Services Duval County
Chapter, American Red Cross.
All military personnel and their
dependents who are 18 years of
I age or older and who have a (
current Red Cross Senior Life- : -
saving Certificate are eligibleto
take the course. To enroll
call the Field Director's Office
Extension 552 or 554.

'1 ... f I ,
PROJECT FREE ENTERPRISE DAY Copf. J. R. Mac- THE NAVY'S SHARE. .Rear Admiral H. H. Caldwell/ /, Com-
JacksonvilleUSOToHonor mander Fleet Air, Jax, presents a check In the amount of
discusses with
roth, Commanding Officer, HAS Jax, Explorer
Scout Scott Westervelt, the responsibilities of top management SU2.903.13, to Mr. W. H. Shorts, Vice-President and 2nd
cashier of the 'State Bank of Jacksonville. Also present for !'
of six
personnel. Scott was among a group scouts by
officials/ at HAS Jax, as part of a similar project conducted the check presentation were (/left to right): Capt. Robert L.
by seven other Jacksonville organizations.Six Watson, the ,Navy's Chairman for the drive/ / Mr. /I. M. Sulz-/ ;
bather, coordinator of the federal' service/ campaign for National *
Explorer Scouts were guests of top Naval and civilian Viet Nam Ytts '. Health Agencies/ Mr. J. H. McCormack, Jr., campaign
officials of NAS Jax, Wednesday.Jan. 26.as"pan of.roject Free .
chairman/ for United Fund; and Mr' R. M. Flnntgan., representing
Enterprise Day. International/ 'Service/ .
The high school youths were part of a select group of forty Approximately 180 Viet Nam _
Explorers who visited eight major organization in Jacksonvilleto Veterans now serving in the Jacksonville Rear Admiral H. H. Caldwell, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville,
learn firsthand the Importance of the free enterprise systemas area will be honored presented a check in the amount of 112903.13 to Mr. William
a part of the American way of life. The project also gave guests at the Silver Anniversary H. Shorts of the Central Accounting Agency, the State Bank of 1
the youths an opportunity to gain information about business and celebration of the Jacksonville Jacksonville- last Thursday- morning. Jan. 27. J
professions that they might choose as careers. United Service Organization The check represented a portion -
(USO). of the $200,001.46 raised by
The day for Explorers Wayne the local Navy Installations for
Gaskin Scott Westervelt, James Aid The celebration will be in the Navy Raises the 1965 Combined Federal Cam
Callri, Jim Heekin, Bill Wol- Navy 0 form of a testimonial dinner at paign. The total was 101 fr of
litz and Tony Bianco began at the George Washington Hotel auditorium the local Navy self imposed
8:15 a.m. when they were met Saturday, Feb. 5. 1/3 of Goal goal and is 127% of the last
at the Main Gate by the six Scouts Effort Charles E. years contribution.The .
" officials who would serve as Representative check presented to Mr.
their hosts for the day. Bennett of Jacksonville will be For MuseumThe Shorts, Vice. President and
In addition to Capt. J. R. Mac- given a citation from the National Cashier for the State Bank represents -
roth, Commanding Officer of For'GoodwhT USO office for his support of the the cash collected and
NAS Jax, the five other topmana- military not only In this area fund drive on behalf of held In the cash account with the
gement officials hosting the but throughout the world. the proposed Army-Navy Mus- Central Accounting Agency. This
scouts were: Capt. Thomas The civilian and Naval com- USO in Jackson- eum to be built In Philadelphia agency Is the central coordinatingunit
Washington, Jr., 'Overhaul and munity will unite efforts duringthe The program Pa., was recently completed with which will divide the fundsin
Repair Officer, Capt. Robert L. week of Feb. 5-12 for the ville has been Feb. 4 in 1944 under Navy personnel? raising over one- accordance with prearranged
Watson, Supply Officer Capt. fifth annual "Boy Scouts Good service since of third of the $200,000 goal. percentages to the United Fund
James A. Hiegel. Public Works Turn Day" for Goodwill the auspices Men's representativesof Christian Secretary of the Navy, Paul H.Nltze. the National Health Agencies,and
Dept.; Cdr. L. A. Menard, Executive Industries. the Young and others charged with the Internations Service Agen-
Officer, NAS; and Mr. Associations (YMCA) the the project of the Memorial Museum -

Leonard Eubanks, Industrial Re- During the first day of this National the Catholic National Jewish Community Welfare have expressed their pro- cies.Capt.. R. L. Watson Supply
lations. Capt. Mackroth is a annual affair approximately 8,000 Service, the Women's found appreciation to the Navy Officer, who served as the Navy
member of the committee for Boy Scouts will deliver 100,000 Board Young men and women, active and retired Chairman for fund raising
developement of special postsIn bags to residents in Northeast the Christian Salavation Association Army and(YWCA the Na-), who responded to this pro- drive, represented the Navy, for
Project Free Enterprise.After Florida. Families will then fill Travelers Aid Association.The ject.Construction the ceremony. Also present
meeting their hosts the the bags with clothing, toys and on the National were the individual representa-
scouts attended the NAS Ten- other Items to be repaired: by Salvation Army is the Army-Navy Museum will Commence tives of the three agencies.Mr. .
ant Commands Weekly Confer- Goodwill Industries' for later designated agency in charge of this year with the location J. H. McCormick Cam-
in the Administration Bldg. sales distributions to be the reconstructed Pemberton the
ence or to. needy the local usa with Bri- paign Chairman represented
which was followed by an NAS families.The gadier Emil Miller serving as House In Carpenter's Hall United Fund: I. M. Sulzbacker,
briefing for the Explorers.The Executive Director. Court. The museum will be near Coordinate of the Federal Service
scouts then went with their scouts will pick up the Independence Hall in the Indepen- Campaign for National Health
individual sponsors for a tour filled bags the following Tickets for the testimonial din- dence National Historical Park, Agencies; Mr. Russell M. Fin-
of their respective departmentswhen Saturday for delivery the Goodwill ner are available at the Jacksonville and because of its location thedesign negan, Southeastern Regional
they learned of the dally Industries warehouse. The Convention and Vistors construction, outfittingand Representative representing the
work responsibilities. This trucks and drivers who will aid Bureau in Hemming Park and at administration will come International Service Agencies.The .
phase of the project included a the scouts In the pick up the USO, 318 N. Ocean St. under the National Park Service. United Fund of Jacksonville -
tour of office spaces with explanation effort are being supplied by 40 The museum covering the Area, Inc., was repre-
of the responsibilities local business firms. Funds derived from the dinner years 1775-1815, will portray the sented by Mr. Ralph DeSanto and
of key personnel to assist the will be sent to the national USO role of the Army and Navy in Miss Cynthia Adkins.
youths in understanding depart Five local Navy commands will to be specifically used for USO the Revolutionary War in effect- Also attending was Mr.Richard
mental and top management re- provide military personnel to programs and facilities in Viet ing our independence, and in the Forebecker, Director American
sponsibilities. assist in unloading the vehicleat Nam. early history of the Republic.The Cancer Society Duval County
Following lunch at the NAS the warehouse NAS Jax, joint memorial is most Chapter.
Jax Officers' Club the scouts NAS, Cecil Field; Naval Station The USO now has four clubsin appropriate as George Washington The local United Fund's goal
continued with their departmental Mayport;' Naval, Air Technical Viet Nam serving up to 2,000 served as CommanderinChief was exceeded by 21.2 thousand
agenda. During the courseof Training Center and the Naval American military personnel of the Army and Navy, dollars or 17ft" The National
the day, the boys also visited Air' Reserve Training Unit both daily. Seven more facilities are both as General and as Presi- Health Agencies' portion is 13.7
the control tower and went located at NAS Jax, will each now under construction.A dent. Many of our most famous thousand more than last yearor
through the process of schedul- provide 30 men.Continued.- ships have been named for victorious 158ft of last year's contribu
ing a flight. program of outstanding entertainment battles on land, such as tion. The International Service
has been planned for Agencies' portion is 3.3thousandof
Continued on Page 2 on Page 2 the 25th anniversary celebration. Continued/ on Page 2 127ftof last years contributloDit

February 3, 1966


EDITORIALToday's Chap/ains// Messageby

Dvine .Services
I Fighting ManBefore I ,

John A. Abucewlcz/ CDR/ CHC USN
the United States' entry in strength in the Republic of and age when records seem made to be broken
Vietnam, there were who said the American fighting men this day
Chapeland amSng Job still holds forth as the proverbial patienlrn
In the 1960's simply couldn't handle the rough, bitter type of ordinary people the pool of Bethsaida
the man at gave him "
Of course a run
battle that Southeast Asia.
rages in had been trying,for 38 years, to reach the '
this virtue. He waters
Some critics said fighting wasn't Naval Hospital
today's man just as ruggedas of sick, blind, lame and withered who
of the multitude seemedto
his father or grandfather; that he was soft, and too dependenton ahead for his seniority.This .
MASSES little
"mechanical gadgets." SUNDAY show him
but from where Job sat,
- - 0630. was truly patient poor fellow
Others said he simply could not be expected to adapt to conditionsin all his
Poor Job lost possessions alihis
a country like Vietnam, to the monsoon rains and sun scorched St. Edward's he had bigger problems. and
Chapel - 0900 & 1100 children, and was afflicted with a loathesome disease, and still
dust; to the nerve shattering strain of possible ambush around ,
every bend in a jungle track. did not utter a word of complaint. Instead he praised God saying,
DAILY MASSESSt. "The Lord gave and the Lord has taken away; as it has pleased the
Edward's: Lord, so it is done. Blessed be the name of the Lord.' (Job 1:21)In )
THE TOU&HEST Monday thru Friday 1130 his predicament,to say such things took more than simply. patience,
Saturday - - 0900 but of patience it certainly took plenty.
Naval Hospital: There is great praise in Scripture for the man who is patient.
BEST THAI NED Friday--------- 1205 And there is the promise of great reward. "The patient man i is
better than the valiant, and he that overcomes his passions, than he
CONFESSIONSSt. Prov. 16:32)). .
mat conquers cities. (
gi/ MOST DEDICATED Edward's: What golden opportunities wehavetopracticethis virtue, especiallyIn

Saturday --- --1900 2000 the home towards our loved ones, at work towards our shipmates

AMERICAN I Sunday -- --- 0815 1015-.0845 1045; and at play towards our friends.

5V. IC E M E N IN CATECHISM Hospital: Sunday CLASSES- --0615 Officer Billets Available

Chapel Annex Building 722:
UVlMGr I MEMOKV. Saturday's 1000
DivINE SERVICES At U.S. Naval AcademyThe


,All Saints ChapelSUNDAY's Department of Naval brief description of each are:
Science at the Naval Academy is Air Ocean Environment:
Communion staffed almost entirely by naval A study of the basic and applied
0800 --- -Holy
officers, so consequently billetsare concepts of Oceanography and
0930 1100 -Divine Worship
available not only for those Meteorology as they pertain,to
Events have proved these critics wrong. The American fightingman
in the Republic of Vietnam has been described by his senior SUNDAY SCHOOL with backgrounds' In the below naval environment.
officers and by civilian and press observers as the toughest, ------Chapel Annex core courses, but also in those Introduction to Psychology
best trained, most dedicated American servicemen, in the living Building 722 skills required of the seagoing and Management: : Principles of
memory. officer. Psychology Human Behaviorand
The fighting man today does use "mechanical gadgets," but WEDNESDAY'S The department Is the center Management and their relevance -
not out of weakness. He uses them to augment his strength. The ------choir RehearsalSECONp of learning in the naval pro- to the practice of naval
helicopter gives mobility, but does not eliminate meeting the fessional area. Its objectiveis leadership..
enemy in hard and often hand to hand combat.In MONDAY of Each Month providing mid shipment with Navigation: Introduction to
adapting to conditions in the RVN, the American fightingman 0930 Chapel Women's ,Guild the fundamental_ concepts, prin- techniques of piloting, celestical
has even surprised some of his oldest supporters. He has (Small Chapel) ciples of Naval Science, and the navigation, and electronic navi-
not only shown the physical ability to adjust to natural conditionsbut naval professional knowledge and gation.Naval
has gone further. He has shown himself master of his own U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL necessary to establish a sound Operations AnalysisI
swift mobile tactics, as well as dominant over the enemy's guer- Sunday's: - 1000 basis for future growth as naval and II: Methods and applicationof
rilla skill. (AFPS) officers. operations analysis techniquesto
the solution,of. Naval 'arfare
CECIL FIELDPROTESTAHl The core or required courses problems.
: offered, all support the basic Management and Military
GOODWILL Continued from Page 1 departmental objective and are Law: Military Justice and inter-
Communications throughout wise. Today- among the academic disciplines national Law for the J junior' of-
the day will be handled by ham RAdm. H., H. Caldwell, Com- Choir Practice at 7 p. m. generally required of the officer ficer.

radio, operators In the area1. mander Fleet Air Jacksonville, Sunday- corps. They are all supported Officers of all ranks interestedin
It is anticipated that approxi- who Is serving as the Good Turn Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. by the postgraduate courses at duty at the Naval Academy
mately 30,000 bags will be Day Chairman, will appear on Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. the U. S. Naval Postgraduate should notify their Detail Officer
returned from this drive. The Channel 4's (WFGA .TV) Mid Comunion on the first Sunday School, Monterey, Calif., and by proper submission of their
overall worth of this civic project day Program, Wednesday, Feb.9In of,the month. other civilian institutions. Officer Preference and Personal
is not only In providing work behalf of the drive. These core courses with a Information Card (NavPers2774))
the unemployed persons who NARTU's Public Information CATHOLIC
will sort and repair the objects, Office has also taped several Dally- -
but also in making available essential TV sports which will be shown 11:20 a. m. Mass
articles to those who may throughout the drive on Channel Sunday-
not be able to afford them other '12 (WJXT TV). 8 a.m.heard and noon before Mass each Mass.Confessions ,INVEST IN THE FUTUREBUY ,


Continued from Page 1 Continued from Page 1 Call Ext. 311 for information
on Jewish Services.
The conclusion of the day's Saratoga Yorktown and Lexington -
activities was a dinner: at the as well as for ships and

George Washington Hotel for the men' wnose names stand tor victory U. S. SAVINGS BONDS
scouts and participating manage at Sea from 1776 onwards, Traffic Violations
ment officials. such as Enterprise, Independence -
Other organizations participating and Bainbridge.With The following is a report of
in Project Free EnterpriseDay the exception of the Bain- motor vehicle accidents and traf-
were the Atlantic National bridge, a nuclear cruiser, which fic violations for the period
Bank, Southern Bell Telephoneand was named for a Naval officer, January 25 January 31.
Telegraph Co., Pennisular the other ships stand for famous Number of Accidents

Life Insurance Co., Eastern AirLines battles, or earlier ships, and are This Week January 25- fi. l h '
all present-day carriers. January --------4 W
Inc., Atlantic Coast Line The Secretary of the Navy will Total Accident this year through ( ,
Railroad, Florida Publishing Co., be represented in the planning of January 31 - - -27 R+
and the Duval County public the museum by RAdm. E. M. El- Number of Accidents through ? r ea
school system. ler, USN (ret.) January 1965 - 21 5 t r

Total number of days since : ; :
last Injury In a motor vehicle
1 .
accident - - -10
Number of ViolationsThis
Week - -20
Speeding -, -. - -5
Reckless Driving - -0
The JAX AIR NEWS U a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Going through Stop Sign -2 a. +.. .'
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Other Violations - 13
Jacksonville, florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Fifteen drivers appeared '"
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR before the Traffic Hearing Boardat ;
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information' Office, the meeting held on February
Box 2, N Jacksonville 1. Disposition of the cases
by 12:00: noon on Monday before included kCDR.
the following Three
publication. News items welcomed
are for all sources- lost
driving and parking
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. privileges aboard station for

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries various periods; Three were L. A. MENARD
concerning such should be directed to assigned to complete an eight wall plaque Executive ///cer, WAS Jax accepts a
The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway, hour course in remedial driving W. J. Scott on behalf the commanding officer, from Copt.
Jacksonville, Florida 32207, Telephone 359.4040 at NATTC; Two received suspen- Commanding Officer of HAS Twin Cities. The plaque / -
sions} Two were given warnings; was presented In recognition of the recent 2-weeks/ active
VOL. 23 NO. 45 February 3,1966 Six dlsmssed; Three fined (U. S. duty training received by two Twin C/tles'reserve squadrons
Commissioner ): and None VP-8J5 and NARMU.812. The squadrons received some 4000
referred to commanding officers man.hours
for possible disciplinary action. the station.01 training from 'various/ units and commands board

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1 IfYaAslc Us' NARTUNews Ad*. 'Askwortfc

& ViewsThe New 6tk FltttComMMdtr

; In October think It Is alright for the
Department of to 'employ civilians, but I
that see them being hired to Second Annual Value During the time that the man '
tary billets us in our shore billets. Analysis Seminar held NARTU Is a member of the Naval Air President Johnson has approved -
civilians. will keep a man at Jax ,by Weapons Training Units Reserve and not on active duty the assignment of RAdm.
DOD said that longer." 741 was adjourned, Jan. 28 he will drill one weekend each Fredrick L. Ashwonh as new
nel released wonder who will fill the With its aim accomplished that month aboard the local units. commander of the Sixth Fleet.
would be shifted spots on the watch bills of aiding the Department of This Is one of the finest pro- Ashwonh, who is being
ly combat installations that will Defense In reducing costs, the grams in the Naval Air Reserveand nominated for promotion to vice
enabling this by this program. I 35 officers from Naval Air Re- at present, there are admiral, will relieve V Adm.Willis -
capacllity to be that aboard most ships serve Commands throughout the openings for this summer ses- E. Ellis, who is becoming
hanced. normal, stand and star- United States, headed for ,their sion. By attending both the Chief of Staff, Supreme Allied
Early last duty, but on port shore duty respective home stations and summer sessions,he will become Command Atlantic.
from DOD that stand at least three stations. civilian lives. well acquainted with the Navy, The Sixth Fleet, which has
program would Lane, DC2, Special Capt. C. B. Weislger, head of In general and one skill, In headquarters,in the United States,
Branch of
the Reserve
With NAS particular.To in the Mediterranean.
_a. civilian takes
be effected, the job It e' > the Bureau of Weapons, was an get more specific information Ashworth 54, is a 1933
ask honored guest speaker at the on this program, call Naval Academy graduate whose,
reporter tely will : 1
questions: '' ,more I seminar. Presenting his"ang1 extension 361 or visit NARTU'sRecruiting most recent assignment was as .
"What would on sea on Value Analysis Capt. Office aboard the Naval deputy chief of staff for the U. S.

if you found out for me. A..:iJ Weislger that the reserve poke of officer the vast plated role Air Station.NATTC. European Command.

duty billet was In my .
by participating in such semi-
a civilian you deserves : .
placed? of shore nars.
NARTU honored
Jax. was to

about Ens.the Bruce Navy so and he be can with his LANE family." host which such represents a distinguished a segment group of, Behind 1by 1 rhe Scene

tant BOO the Navy has been my the scientific community of this
all in myF so being replaced by a country.
opinion the won't changE It any. I've .rrrr .t Angus 1 Thompson, J03
hiring of a replaced by one before, and As 1966 gets firmly under
civilian to fill In the Navy." the Recruiting Carrier Belle Schmidt Civil
way Departmentat Hardy congratulations are
my particularjob I first came intheNavy NARTU Jax Is looking ahead Service clerk typist at the extended to the honor studentsfor
will cost use to operate the fire toward the beginning of the 85 NATTC Education Office, was the week of January 24.
the Navy many for our shore duty, but Day Training Program to be presented a certificate Thursdayfor They are Purry W. Elliot, AEl,
junior officers came to a halt when they held this summer at the local 15 years o f continuous of AEV (8)) School PrestonGraf-
that come in us with civilians. When Federal Service. The certificateand man, Pfc. of AEA School
specifically did this it eliminated quite unit.The recruiters are specifically a letter of commendationfrom Harry G. Murray, AOAA ofAOA
billets for
management shore duty my looking for young men, currently Capt. Thomas B. EllisonNATTC's School, and Jerry L. Keast, of
and those who held
eliminates one similar enrolled in high school, betweenthe Commanding Officer, AOB School. ,
recruiting. I Now with the phasing In ages of 17 and 26. These expressing the appreciation of the rrrrrrr
the men with new program, they are men must reside within fifty command, was presented to Mrs. "Outstanding"was the grade
rant many more shore miles of either JacksonvilleOrlando Schmidt by Cdr. Cooney, received by Support Barracks
branches of the So men like me will Miami and NATTC's Of- Satur-
Tampa, or meet Military Personnel 402 at Captain's Inspection
be a detriment to stay at sea a lot longer the physical and mental quali ficer. day. The men earned the grade
respect."I we normally do, because fications. 1f.4ritrrrr by painting the inside of their

think it just. won't" be any avail- Before active duty can be per- Cpl. William Vacda, dischargeand barracks at their own expense.
riate to hire formed, the recruit will spendtwo reel isuner.t clerk at MAD, The project was headed by Arthur
B. CMCS Trans-
Tharp, ,
clubs, if they "My attitude toward consecutive summers, 85 has been selected the Service- Icke, ADJ3.
appropriated days, on basic training and then man of the month for December. 6
clubs'couldn't a Navy pF*. i-:. !
,1 f becoming skilled at a specific job. Vacca will receive a $50 .4rirrrMrr
salaries out of change ....... ".:
At the end of the second training savings bond a letter of
; funds.' '' with re- F"E period the :man will be requiredto commendation, and a trip to the All NATTC basketball games
-. :" :;, "As fpr y civilian me = lerve {but; the active duty scenjq'and( : ; ,1 historic cjty of Sty ,:, :Wlllberplayed at KlngHallbegin-
Wand'three years to WAGGONER"I I have i 1 ft part of his contract, but first Augustine sponsored bytheJackr nlng January 31. As a result,
fulfilling my I in.. As will receive 'opportunity to sonville USO and the St. Augustine there will be more seating space w
tion. If: ,I I've } become a third class petty ( Chamber of Commerce' for for fans. All previous games

way it would of be a this son THAKP officer. him and his wife. were' played at Rosenthal Gym. r,

happen before it's to
boosting the ng ?. -
sea duty." .' Transfer Ordtrs '.

Dave Fakler, think it's a shame Hobby Shop Opens Newly I

Filed "I don't happens when looked at To Indicate
look on the! career aspect, especially

Navy or my Seabees A man spends Expanded Slot, Car Track 3
Navy career seven years at sea waiting Typo Of Duty
would change chance to come to shore
if I was to knowing his chances are Last September, much to the Two lanes are scaled to 1/32
be any replaced bya I because the civilians are WASHINGTON Navymen get dismay of NAS Jax sailors and bf an inch, twq lanes are
civilian. The most of his billets. The ting transfer orders from now dependents alike,the small Model scaled to 1/24 of an inch and
I look of Defense has said on won't have to wonder which Slot Car Racing Track at the the ,remaining two lanes are a
way If at program won't effect category their new duty assign- Hobby Shop was closed in orderto standard,60 feet''long.
It is, we are
ment falls into for rotational
needed more chances of getting shore expand it. The. hours of operation for
but I don't see how you purposes. But the wait was well worth the slot car: track are Monday
'.; than In our, be more in,a.-gallon'than a New instrutctions just issued while as .fans found out Sunday, through Friday 12 noon to
going: to by the Bureau of Naval Person- ,Jan. 30, when Cdr. 'L. 'A. Men-, 10 ,p.nv and 'on Saturday,, Sun-
:.' .' a civilian : L. Hunnicutt, DK2. Navy nel to I order -writing activitiescall ard. ExecutiveOfficer:of NAS.cur ,, ,day and holidays: 9, a.m. to
'As an example Office., fcr the adding ,of an Identifying the.ribbon 7 ... .
"Having my officially openingthe p.m.At ,
created to.fill' -- ....... phrase, such as"sea duty,"
filled new expanded track. the present time the trackis
order to make civilian[ "shore duty", or"neutral time"so The work on the new 160 foot operating under a first come,
where needed
that the know
not men will long, 4 lane Grand Prix race first serve basis, but due to the
II."I type of duty they are being trans track done demand
rather my was entirely by hobby large a time limit will
was ferred into, for rotational pur-
out that civilians on shop personnel and as an added probably be put in effect.
the] poses. attraction they built a :six lane For further information con-
the military In
The classification
career. drag strip scaled to a regularone tact Mr. H. C. Osburn at Ext.
think It will be shown in block 12 of the mile 8378.'
rea- quarter drag strip.
the clerical standard transfer orders and will
civilian N C
rotation has also be added
to speedletter
been filling ,the majo'rity
shore than at dispatch orders in abbreviated
DK's shore billets for a
stand It, the form.
some' time. I've been on
to be replaced }
menial'tasks are three out of six years, cr ; x a
"Once the guess that I'm one of

is started it fortunate men in my rw .

possible to sr sf1dNrly4 .
know what effect
much shore It n f ri f If..
on retention, but I ..
DOD has said it ...,-
Imagine it will have some.
present Sea / Y L IwMp LM
I that I do know it ,
_, Ronald ,J. ,
> have any effect "
on me. pf
Supply "Well + +
" would seem
that the filling r ,

,of certainshore duty" NOW OPENI! .,

billets by clvl-
Hans would K" I LINE OF HOME
take some of
the incentive Kelvlnator Appliances

out'of completing -

"0f' course & person joins the FLORIDA Furniture MART MODEL SLOT CAR enthusiasts
: Navy expecting ,to go to sea, but ,anxiously wait for Cc/r L. A.
; at*the same ,time, he expects Men on/, Exec llv. Officer of HAS Jax to cut the' ribbon m"k-
.. ',-. '. I h: to"pull Some timeashore,. this, 6263 ,ROOSEVELT: BLVD.. BY ST. JOHN MOBILE HOMES Ing, ffce:'official,opening,of Jh/ e,
I Is_only human." ,I Ing cite ',ceremony fie/c// Sunday Jan.. 30MFebruary -

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February 3, 1966

I I r NEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY I Bits & Pieces' 1'

by Sharon Arnold, LibrarianIN For Women

COLD BLOOD by Truman RECOMMENDED READING Pro- Congo operations, the furture
Capote. This is an account of gram for Navy and Marine of the UN as a peacekeepingbodyand By Marge BeauchampFor
the brutal murder of a Kansas OfficersMost of the books listed the work of the UN agencies the past seven years for your poodle choose one that
family in 1959 a father and in SECNAVINST 1520.5A of Jan. concerned with economic and poodles have been the most popu will compliment your pet's size
mother and their teen age 3, 1966 will be found In your social issues are among the' lar dog in America. With a record and personality.. The pattern that
son and daughter by two youngex nearest Navy Library. In an topics covered. like this, figured that there must looks so nice on your neighbor's
convicts. The book recon- effort to encourage and develop be many readers who own poodles poodle will not necessarily be
structs the crime and the inves- purposeful reading habits among and like so many other family right lor your dog.
tigation which began with onlya naval officers the Secretary of NOW HEAR THIS by RADM Daniel projects, when It comes to the The pet groomer will also
set of footprints as a clue, the Navy periodically issues a Gallery (Ret.) This is a lighter care of the family pet, the j job thoroughly clean the ears and
the capture and trial of the recommended reading list. view of naval activities. The plot usually falls to the women. trim the toe nails. It is wiseto
killers, the lengthy delays, and Listed below, are some of the involves amusing escapades For information on poodlecare leave the nail trimming strict
finally the execution in 1965, titles. Please check with your aboard the U. S. aircraft I decided to contact an ly to the professionals for it
when Richard Hickock and Perry librarian for the complete list. OKINAWA. The author states he expert, so I called Mrs. June can seriously harm your pet if
Smith were hanged in the Kansas IN PURSUIT OF WORLD ORDER: never served with such a crew Goff, owner ,and operator of the not done properly.It .
State Prison. U. S. FOREIGN POLICY AND at least not all on the same Char Monte Poodle Parlor. all sounds like a lot of hard
INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS ship. Mrs. Goff was professionallytrained work and Mrs. Goff says it is,
THE BILLION DOLLAR BRAINby York Schoolof but she insists that the
by Richard Gardner. A by the New rewardof
Len Deighton. A new spy clear concise guide to the United Dog Grooming and has been owning a happy, clean and
thriller. It is the story of a States multilateral activities The biggest trouble with biki- working with poodles for five elegant poodle Is Indeed worth
private espionage network con- within the United: Nations. The nis Is they rake all the imagination years. She was kind enough to the
trolled by a powerful and UUSR and the UN, Cuba, the out of girl watching. offer a few hints on home poodle effort.SOCIAL BITS
eccentric tycoon,General Mid- .
-' '" The Chief Petty Officers Wives
winter, and guided by a giant -t-_: care.Mrs.
Pitted Goff says that your poodle Club will hold their monthly
computer complex be bathed two or meeting Monday, Feb. 7 at the
... every
against Midwinter and his inter- r. '- ,,,,
;=.1 -< three weeks, and that the pre- CPO Club, Bldg.593. Wivesof
national organization in an r.rrL = : .' .... '::: ... paration for bathing is just as all E 7, E 8 and E 9
Intricate and
suspenseful patternof \ the bath itself. Chiefs both retired and active
t1' important as
double and triple crosses Is ; t1'.II. The poodle should first be are invited to attend the meeting.
British r :
anonymous agent
1 It Wives of officers attachedto
as well as the Russian counter- [] brushed. is very important
espionage apparatus. "..-<1. '- I' that all the tangles are removed ComFairJax, NARTU and the
.. from the coat prior to bathing; Fleet Weather Facility, will hosta
OUR VIETNAM NIGHTMARE by ifijl<#<,r;. -. If not they are even more diffi- luncheon for members of the
Marguerite Higgins. The hard ':''"' cult, if not Impossible remove. Jacksonville Officers Wives Club

hitting Miss Higgins reviews the ... 1"1''t Poodles ears are a delicate Friday, Feb. 4 at 12:30 p.m.
couse of war an Intrigue in ,/ area, but can be cleaned at home.A with a social hour beginning at
Vietnam since the downfall of f'<->'. J cotton swab, damp with rubbing 11:30 a.m.
j ," alchol ( damp not dripping)works Mrs. Carol Lane will speak to
Diem and'sharply
President beautifully. Any hair that has the ladies attending "TravelA
criticizes American policy and /TS TO YOUR/ BENEFIT..to keep To
up on your reading. accumulated should be removed, La Car U. 'S. A."
actions there. But she has faith and develop/ purposeful reading habits among Navy .
encourage but be very careful not to injurethe Please forward all social and
that America will concludes come outon with top.a and Marine Corps officers the 'Secretary of the Navy Issues ears. If your poodle shows club news to Jax Air News. Box

; Her thoughtful book of the pre- periodical recommended reading lists. LCdr., W, 'S. Gray any indication of ear troubledo 2, Naval Air: Station, Jacksonville -
crisis summary and future possibi- brouses through one of the books at the HAS Cecil Field not hesitate to see a vet. Fla.AMERICA'S.
; sent library. Now your dog is ready for
lities. the water. There are several
good dog shampoos the market
i including color tint shampoos to
add color luster to the coat.
It may be necessary to rinse
\ : i the first application and apply
: more shampoo if the dog Is
> :
DIAL A LOAN : k really dirty. Rinse throughoutand :
I insure that all traces of I _
". shampoo have been removed.For _
a really professionalfinish
it is almost imperativethat
your poodle be dried witha I >

hair. dryer. If you brush the
coat' during the drying process, t
1A the effect will be an even fluffier "FIRST LADY

finish. OF TOURING", Miss Carol
You can complete the job witha Lane, travels more than 60,
touch of dog perfume on the 000 miles each lecturing
coat, and add a little flair witha
bow in the hair. to approximately 25,000
In between baths, the coat clubwomen, researching thenation's
: should be brushed frequently, famous and little-
s...SStiffy using a good stiff wire brush. known points of Interest, and

Too much combing is not wise, testing ideas and methods to
as a comb can break the hair. Increase motoring comlort and
Approximately every 60 days, pleasure for American wo-
.T your poodle needs a trip to a men and their families. She
professional pet groomer for will speak to the JOWC at a
clipping. In choosing a pattern luncheon
Feb. 4.Can .

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I I L Jacksonville. BB Area Civil- Service- News I .


Civil Service PromotionsThe Communications,Service r

AGa.f Awards Urged by CSC
following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted on M.tn
accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program: Civil Service Commission has
1'"y urged Federal agencies to
establish special award pro-
OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENTMohr grams that recognize employee'
excellence In communications or
Carl I. Machinist services to the public.
Baird, Ira D. Machinist The program: responds to
Paulk, Charles W. Machinist President Johnson's call to
Burgan, Edgar M. Machinist Improve these aspects of Federal
Cody, Ralph E. Machinist work.
White, Daniel R. Machinist The awards are designed to
Powell Virginia M. Secretary (Stenography), GS 4 foster and reinforce pride of
In with the
McAdams, Franklin L. Aircraft Instrument Mechanic workmanship dealing
Rogero Roy F. Machine Operator public and to provide tangibleevidence
AntonuccI, Russell L. Aircraft Ground Equipment Mechanic to employees that
Askew Patricia M. Clerk Stenographer GS 4 management appreciates and
Darby Anne K. Clerk Typist GS -'3 F places high value on their
achievements in communications
Worthington Kenneth. Supervisory Planner & Estimator
or services to the public. The
Bacmeister, Theodore W. -Asst.Production Controlman(Instrument I
program is authorized under the
Mech. (Electronics)
BENEFICIAL SUGGESTION. .Joseph B. Kennedy/(left) and Federal Incentive Awards Act.
Miller, Donald R. Asst. Planner&Estimator(Airframes Mechanic)
Bruce L. Barker (right) demonstrate to Cdr. Lou Awards would be granted for:
Gouchnour, William F. Quarter ,(Aircraft Plant Maintenance ) Ciarroccat
Goodson, William C. Aircraft Oxygen Equipment Repairman Asst. O&R Officer, the suggestion that netted them a $250 .ti Noteworthy contributions to
high quality service by employees -
Hoffman Richard D. Production Controlman Aircraft ward. The
( Engine suggestors successfully developed a re-setting procedure In public contact work, as
Mechanic) for thermal protectors which when previously trippedin information derks interviewers
Dedrick Fredrick F. Instrument Mechanic( Electronics) service due to-over-temperature had to be removed from the contact representatives/ investigators -"
Roberts, John H.,Jr. Instrument Mechanic ( Electronics) aircraft and discarded. etc.Outstanding' .
Sumara Stanley J. Instrument Mechanic ( Electronics) contributions to
Wall John S. Instrument Mechanic ( Electronics) high quality service by those
Harrislon. Avery E. Instrument Mechanic ( Electronics) Thoroughness Rate Increases working In the preparations of
Mahanke, Don D.. Instrument Mechanic (Electronics) publications visual aids, speeches -
Huber Gary Student Trainee ( Industrial Engineer), GS 5
releases and the
Thoroughness the Classified press
on job employees in all
Padgett Ruby S. Clerk Typist GS 4 ,, -f
separates the men from the boys. grades except GS 18 receive like.Noteworthy
Granthum, Arthur C. Electronics Mechanic
It is the ability to follow through within grade Increases after letter writing
Howard, Landley V. Electronics Mechanic ." achievements.
Mathews: Clyde F. Aircraft Metals Worker they have completed the
Awards could be made In
Ihler,James J. Aircraft Metals Worker and make sure all the elementsare required service periods only if
In place. In the en.d. nothingcan their work Is determined to be cash or, through honorary
Ellis Roy B. Aircraft Metals Worker ,
certificates or (In the form of
of an level of
Clifton Donald E. Aircraft Metals Worker
take the bloom out of a good petence. Additional within grade an appropriate symbol of honor
Malonoskle William J. Rotor Blade Mechanic ( Metal)
Idea faster than a sloppy job of increases may be given In rec- as a desk pen set, carryinga
Levesque, Robert J. Electronics Engineer (General), -12 ,
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Eldridge Homer. J. Asst. Planner & Estimator' (Aircraft Engine. execution. ognition of high -quality service. combination of any of these.
Sechrest Tracy A. Aircraft Quality Control Specialist, GS 9 I

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Markle Louis R. Progressman (Aircraft Metalsmith) +
Kress Robert L. Production Controlman (Aircraft Metalsmith)
Aldridge David H. Aircraft Instrument Mechanic (Electronics)
Wernet Henry J. Asst. Production Controlman (Electronics
Magin, Richard' L., Student Trainee (Aerospace Engineer) GS 3
Smith, Philip L. Supvy. Production Controller (Aircraft) GS 13
Schum, Franklin Progressman (Airframes Mechanic)
Leigh, Frank O. Asst. Production Controlman (Aircraft Instrument
Bowden, Glen M. Production Controller (Aircraft)
Cassidy John E.-Asst. Production Controlman(Aircraft Metalsmith)
Borje John J. Supervisory Inspector (Aircraft) __, t

Herrington, Betty R. Office Services Supervisor GS 6
Wilkinson, Lorin J. Civil Engineering Technician, GS 7-
Douglas, Arthur B. Supvy. Mechanical Engineer (UtilitiesGS) 12


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poge6 6 JAX AIR / February 3, 1966 / 3, ? JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER/ Page ?

: Ten Teams Will Play 19 Games In Five Dots 5 To." ,. __ ::: :

: Determine Sixth ND Basketball Championship --

-. ''v
I f Tom McGriff: is theathIetic, director at NAS Cecil Field. 20 GAMES Friday'7 i play moves into t quarter final rounds at 11 a.m. U .. ,4 .. ,
and coaches will At 7 p p.m. t the semi finals '
88 *
Before the tournament is over the players ta i place.
Like other people Tom has his problems but this week and next have been a part of 19 or possibly 20 games in five days. The Saturday at 10 a.m. the dice beaten team and the undefeated :
; Tom's will multiply he is the Tournament Director for the Sixth survivor will move on to play in the South Atlantic Regionals in upper bracket winner will?I laY. If the once beaten team.wins #

I Naval District Basketball Tournament which is being held at NAS Norfolk, on Feb. 15 through 19. Norfolk is also host to the All a second game will be phv; in the evening to determine the aND .
I Cecil Field from Feb. 8 to Feb. 12. Navy and Inter Service Basketball Tournaments.The .c champion.I .S *4 -
tournament activities begin at 4 4p.m.Monday when the drawingsfor COLLEGE FFICIALS : S S
: Tom will assure you the problems that result from holding the double elminatlon tournament are held. At 6 p.m. the players, S\ :
I a tournament aren't' the serious kind with measurements in life coaches, and guests move to the Beacon Club for the "Welcome Officiating for the tournan Lnt Is out of the hands of the Navy. ','
or death proportions. Tom's' troubles are making sure the Aboard" and banquet. Fourteen officials from the lorida Georgia area who officiate S J

tournament runs smoothly and that everyone win or lose has Tuesday the tournament begins will six games schedule, the first high school and collegebasketAllhavebeenhiredfor 11 the tournament. ___________ "
a good time. Tom has been the route of a tournament director begins at 9 a.m.and the last at'7 7 p.. Tuesday's' winners will remainIn Mr. Dick Fromhart head of ti th officials'' association will assign the ________ '
many times in his tenure at NAS Cecil Field. Most participantsin the top bracket of the double elimination tournament while the games. One of the better know refreesthat will be here is "Shorty"' .

past tournaments agree that tournaments here are like good losers will drop to the lower bracket. Long, who works Southeastern inference basketball games. _______ 4 .
novels they begin well and end well. Commands with teams partii ipating in this year's' tournament arc: :I.r'. :
Wednesday four games will be played, actions starts at 2 p.m. NS Charleston, NAS Pensacola NAS Sanford,Naval Hospital Beaufort, ;
The 10 teams competing in the 1966 tournament are expectedto and the last contest for the day starts at 8 p.m. Thursday has five ComFair Jax, NAS Jax, NAS lynco, NAS Memphis( NAS Key West, SSs 5 S
arrive'at NAS Cecil over the weekend and get in a few practice games scheduled with play beginning at 9 a.m. The second gameis and NAS Cecil Field. S

sessions in the station's' new gym which has a seating capacityof at 11 a.m., the third at 4 p.m., the fourth at 6 p.m. and the Below Is a rundown on eigf of the 10 teams, no Information was S

360. last at 8 p.m. available on the Beaufort or Q mFairJax entry. THE LULL.%BEFORE WE STORM..88 CAGERS WILL/ TAKE THE COURT' Oil FEB. 8 8S


S NS Charleston: A S..sonForPluy.rMamth. Goshawks Coach( Jax LoomsAs NAS Memphis Hellcats Are Small S I

r An Impressive Offensive TeamNS I For Richorson At NAS Cecil I IIf Sings Blues.. 'Tourney But Scrappy Against Bigger Teams I I INAS

Charleston comes into The "Missiles" are a team team that doesn't' b believe in a ball NAS Cecil Field coach are not new comers to the Still FavoriteVeteran DarkhorseNAS -
the tournament sporting an 8 4 that likes to run when it gets control type game." O. G. Richerson never had a team. Memphis{ has had a long In practice. games they did." The Hellcats
record and a starting five that the ball according to Charleston To prove they like to run the head for addition and Last year's' player coach Pensacola coach basketball season. This year's' team is a bunch of play a pick and go type of offenseOn

averages over six foot per Athlectic Director Pat Harden. Missiles$ have been averaging subtraction before the current Rodger Briggs is back for the Frank Weaver singing the blues threat to J Jax the looms nine other as a potential entries The "Hellcats" went through "runts" by basketball standards.The defense they use both a man-

man. "Let's put It this way it's' a 92 points a game. Coach Jones'team's basketball season has given tournament, now as a full time about this year's' rendition of the for the Sixth Naval District three days of practice this weekin tallest man on the team is to man and zone.
him of 6 1 and one half. From thereon Memphis has been playing in
defense has been givingup plenty practice at player. After re joiningthe Goshhawks. preparation for the t tournamentbut
87 points per game. mathematics. team the 6 4 forward According to Weaver\' this crown. .5 S the problem that has plagued the height drops down to the some tough competition during
J Sax has played an 11 -
Leading the Charleston attackis Richersonhas had his share center has been hitting in is one of the worst years the in the Fla. '- Ga. Memphis throughout the season five foot scale. the regular season. The Hellcats
Getaway.S two year veteran forward> Joe ot problems in his first year double figures in each game. Goshwaks have had on the Conference season Northern Loop. isn't' one that can be Ironed out Pat Stone, the Memphis played against semi pro and
.. Fleming. The 6 6-3 3 C cager has as Cecil's' mentor. hardwoods.But athletlc'dlrector said, that the Memphis college freshman S
.:. : been, ,clipping along' ''with a,,,2 25 The first, formost problemthe Another, returnee to the other coaches:coming.into 1 The t team but .got off through,to.a. s sow the _...''er'' Back'Against team had to play ,the't t type game teams. Their only military 5'. S
stan been Ft.Leonared
forne has
point: average. Jone,. In his Raider coach has faced has squad Is guard, J Jerry y the 6ND say not to pay any where they would work opponent
.' :.- from it all : fourth year at Charleston, has been the team's' changing Marshall. Last year the six attention''to' Mr. Weaver's blues momentum season it that re won- gained them last the NavyC.mp.tItI.n S shot and hope to hit' because' Wood.. Mo., the Army took
of weak rebounding. "They're all three contests.
S threeother'staners: that are over personnel, Richerson has footer led the team in scoring. because the basketball rainbow S
: six foot including a 6 6 center. never had the same 11 playersfor Richerson expects that he will always seems to end at Pensacola year's Fla. '- Ga.66 title.renditionhas scrappers: though," Stone said, Memphis is coached by W. C.; S
The 1965 '"'
Two of "Charleston's' four any two games.A add to the team's' offense in a pot of 'tournament gold. been blessed with the ... that s how they have won seven Marshall.
S / losses 'the hands of second that has from the that his Goshawksare
/ were at problem by working play Weaver said return of three players from
: ; V SUBLANT, the second best team been almost as serious is the maker position.The currently 5 9 for the last year's' championshipteam The Naval Hospital Beaufort
in the Navy In 1965. The Sub- of the 'The that this team
Inconsistency team. season and year's this trio has playeda sends 11 players to the Sixth
marines beat Charleston 105-95 Raiders have handly beat a Raiders is one of the weakest that major roll in a winning Naval District Tournament that wPtf41eoW..tiId./
and 88 80. Other Charleston team on one night and be badly a Pensacola has sent into the have played just eight games this
second season.
guard Todd Good. The
losses were to Charleston Baptist beaten the next time around. tournament in many years.
5 5-10 Last Jim Taylor was season, all of them against
Texan year
College and Charleston Air Richerson and the Raiders previously led The team lists only one player,
this from Parris,
NAS Cecil on the team as a player teams
Field's intramural
Force Base. The Missiles have faced a challenging league in center Larry Mack, with any year he has moved into the Island, S. C. VoNccwagon
avenged both of these defeats. schedule Mack
during the season college varsity experience. 2 6 for
Defensively Charleston plays a facing independent college played his college ball for the coaching occassion.A slot. and still playson regular The Corpsmen play and are coach James I.. Sirt. !II SM..:Us .Itftrt. YM liy., A A. Used' VW.

2-1-2 1 2 zone and fast break and military teams in Florida The fourth newcomer to Naval Academy.But big reason for J Jax's White isn't' forseeing any clear
from the defense when the and! Georgia. For the 30 games the team is Bud Patterson a when tournament time rolls .
opportunity presents itself. season the Raiders have'won 6 6-2 2 forward who played around the avaiation training success over the past two cut championships.Coach
seasons has been forward White said that his team Wagon' Specials' !
Occassionally the 15 and college ball in Utah. field
team will go lost 15. command always seem to Fred Kloman. The lean has balanced scoring with four
. into a man to man. As the regular season drewto Jerry Marshall Joins his an impressive t team of forward moves in and out on players averaging from 10 10 '
About Charleston's' tournament a close the Raiders added brother Jim,who has been with experienced cagers. Other 6ND offense like a snake. He can' points. White's biggest man is 1963 Deluxe Sunroof sta. Wagon . _$$1595 9

.5 chances Harden said, "This four promising players to the the team throughout the season coaches are pointing the finger rebound,, play defense, but center James Miller at 6 5.
might not be the best' team in squad for the Sixth Naval and is the team's leading at the Goshawks this year to mainly he can shoot. Kloman White said that his team S .1962 Deluxe Sta. %Wagon . ,. ,,$$1295
.5S the tournament but it's one that's' District Tournament; all scorer. once again be the team to beat. is capable of turning in a 30point ran its offense from a 2 1 2 2to
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& 55 S S . . -ri-r. scoring r. around.75 5 points. a game.. I S S S

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Movies :' 'J. Club Schedules .

Movies will be shown regularly "0" CLUB-The Sophisti- ts ACE* DL'CEY GLIB s< The ..Ad Section a;}
at 7 1 p.m., Monday through will provide the entertainment Hollidays will be at the club : !.S
Saturday. The hospital will have at the club tomorrow night with Friday with Mark Castle
one feature on Sunday at 7 p.m. the Clubmen appearing on appearing on Saturday. Don
Cecil Field will have two shows Saturday. Monday is Seafood Vanderson and his group will
during the week at 5:30 and provide dancing music on Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
8:00 p.m. Matineeswillbe shown Nite and Tuesday is foreign dish Sunday. Game night is every 3649 Philips Hwy, Jacksonville, Florida 32207, to arrive
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. night featuring gourmet treats Sunday and Tuesday. not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday -
from many lands. Beef eaters Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
Thursday, February 3 night is every Thursday. following week unless the publisher Is Instructed other
wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
NAS The Collector-Terence Cecil Field received WITH the for the ad.
be copy
Stamp, Samantha Eggar . .'. e

Hospital Living It Up Dean CPO CLUB Friday night DO NOT SEND CASH

Martin, Jerry LewisC. CPO CLUB-MusicJordancing' there will be a lobster dinner RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . .'. . 12.00
Field Arizona Rangers Friday night will be providedby for $2.25. A 12 oz. T Per additional line ((4 words per line). . .0.50
Mark Castle with Bud Clarkon _
Audie .Murphy, Buster Crabbe bone will be served Saturday for
Friday, February 4 Saturday. Sunday's special $1.55. Sunday there will be a r
entertainment be
will the
1/2 fried chicken for $1.00 and For Sale 1961 Olds F 85
NAS Good bye Charlie Sophist Kats. The Chief'sclub
a plate 50tf. Tuesday V/8 R&H.W/S/W
Debbie features an expanded lunch CONSOLE MODEL Wagon ,
'Curtis Reynolds
Tony there
is an Advisory Board blind 2 tone paint Ivory over Maroon
Hospital Ship Of Fools and dinner menu.BLUEJACKETS. Sewing Machine, ziz zags,
meeting. Wednesday there is a stiches, button holes, decoratesetc. One Owner Must Sell Now -
Vivien Leigh'', Lee'MarvinC. . . '. shrimp basket for 900 and game Original price $300 has First Offer over $650,00 Phone
Field The Hill Sean
Connery, Harry Andrews INN Jimmie night starts at 7:45. bal. of $70 or assume $8.00 mon. Holt, 359 4040 Weekdays.
Strickland and his TV Band will paymts. Will take older machineas
Saturday, February 5 be at the club tonight and Sunday t part payment. 353 1946 POODLE CLIPPING: Profes-

NAS Murieta Jeffery, for your entertainment. Taking EM CLUB; Pee We King anytime A-I Sewing Machine sional training by New.York
Hunter, Arthur Kennedy over the spot light on Friday will wilt entertain Thursday night Company. School of Dog Grooming 771 -
Hospital The Collector be the Crescents, with March Friday night Charlie King and SELL RENT BUY-TRADE 0215. Puppies and Stud Service.
Terence Stamp, Samantha EggarE. Wilson and the Redcoats on the King Knights will perform. -
CHOICE 2, 3, 4 BR homes, $100
Saturday. Game night is
Field It -
Living Up
Saturday night is bingo night.
dwn, no dos costs. Fast Movein. -,. 3 OR 4 BR HOME FROM $100
Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis Wednesday. The "Apollo's"who Sunday Gill Bishop and Tell us your needs. DUKE dwn. Contact USN/RETS Art
had their club debut last week Sardusters will be
Sunday, February 6 playing. LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771 0374. Powell or Ernie Mills. ORANGE
will be the band
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday PARK REALTY, 264 2411.
NAS Horror of It all Pat during February. "Happy Hour" willbefrom5t06.
Boone, Erica Rogers REAL ESTATE: Free consulta-
Hospital Good bye Charlie- . . 5..5.5t tion advice. 7 days week.Homes FURNISHED APTS: 3941 1/2
Tony Curtis Debbie ReynoldsC. for sale, $100 Down. Equities BOONE PARK, 4 Rm Gar. Apt. .
Field Ship of Fools No Qualifying. Rentals.Homesite con NAS,Grade School, Ph EV7-
Lee Marvin, Vivien Leigh Lots, Acreage, Investments. 3356.

Monday, February 7 1flNDA 1 t ker WALTER USN T Retired.. BOWEN 384 Reg.- Bro 1376 .

NAS Von Ryan's Express -
Frank Sinatra, Trevor Howard 4 BRs & 3 BRs, Panel dens w/
25 to 600 fireplaces, central heat & A/C
Hospital Murieta Jeffrey HOUSE FOR RENT: Orange Park
Hunter, Arthur KennedyC. furn, 2 BR, conv NAS call lrg wooded lots. Down pymts
Field The Collector ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE 2$* 6884. $1200 thru $1900.

Terence Stamp, Samantha Eggar Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us VIRGINIA E. BELL, BKR. ,

Tuesday, February 8 how much you want. Pick up the cash at your 5721 LEXINGTON AVE. TOTAL 264-2488 356-2462
convenience. Sam..day service. $4000. Sm 2 BR home
needs some repairs, 1 bl. fr. '
Janet.Leigh 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN oper', temp. assign., as
bus shopping
conv. to .
HospitalThe Horror of it All, you are available. ,
Pat Boone, Erica RogersC. You Get !mo.u_ Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt. Li &wk.NAS.' Field GoodbyeCharlie- '
Tony Curtis, Debbie ,Reynolds 84.33 $ 5.00 355.79 FOR RENT: FURNISHED COT-,,_
$21 0o '
$1 > TAGE clean and Adults
9 151.80 9.00 427.51
Wednesday, February 25.00
$50.00 utilities included Phone:
58 4 dr. std. trans.., R & H,
NAS Bunny Lake is Missing- 219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00 A/C 771 8328. EV7 5789
Carol Lynley, Keir Dullea 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39DIALT
Hospital Von Ryan's Express DRESSMAKING and ALTER- yr. olf, 2BR: 60 x 12 sep DR,
Frank Sinatra, Trevor Howard: payments include interest. ATIONS: phone 264 9448JanetM. awnings on, DR & LR windowns
C. Field Murieta, Jeffrey Wright, 442 Hayton Ave., must be seen to appreciate. Small
.,... Hunter, Arthur Kennedy Orange Park. equity and assume pymts. Will
ZCE consider trade for f urn or stove
& Ref. 771 6828
241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735
5256 Beach Boulevard Dial.359-2895 FOR SALE: 1959 RAMBLER
new men's suits, size 39 Li; regular maid, references Call
Call 389 2901. Ellabelle 354 7740

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-" Marine Corps in 1985 so ,that ..:.
orderly advanced planning can
JAX MARINES be done to permit the Corps to : :
S r fulfill Its mission In the future "
R ySgt. Joel Ferguson with Its traditional effectiveness ,' '.
: FXT. 400 economy.

r/v #- .'T- CORPS IN 1965 CARE 4 funds for the procurementof A business meeting will be held
y l The most significant event for a variety of assistance pack- next Monday Feb. 7, at 7:30
tin the Marine Corps in 1965 was ages for delivery by the III MAF p.m. in Building 400 Naval Air
the introduction in March of the Marines to the Vietnamese peopleIn Station, by the Marine Wives
9th Marine ExpeditionaryBrigade the coastal areas of Vietnam. Club. Plans for a fashion showon
11aM + 'into Vietnam to assume Even as Fleet Marine Force, Feb. 21st will be discussed at
the defense of the vital air baseat Pacific Marines were operatingin this meeting. The recent bake
Da Nang. This commitmentwas Vietnam, their counterparts in sale was a tremendous success
followed by the establishment Fleet Marine Force Atlantic and the Marine Wives Club wishesto
kN.S'1 of the III Marine AmphibiousForce were called upon to support theU. thank everyone who assisted In
$ ( III MAF) in May, which S. peace efforts in the this sale. All Marine Wives '
P substantially increased the size Dominican Republic. Scant hours are invited to attend the meetingnext
of the Marine force guarding the after the President directed U.S. Monday and those desiring
S coastal enclaves. In June, landings, Marines were, ashore further Information or transpor-
/5 :j : ; ; additional Marine forces were building up rapidly to brigade tation may call 771 8328.
added to the III MAF and its strength. The Marines stayed in VIETNAM'SUMMARY/ '. '
area of security was expanded to Santo Domingo from late April
include an enclave at Phu' Bat until June. Participation In the Vietnamwar
near Hue,, and to the Chu Lai The Marine Corps Is organizedinto Increased steadily through tout
area south of Da Nang, wherean three Marine divisionsand 1965, with U. S. military
BREAKS RECORD Lance Cpl. Ralph P. Phillipp, who last expeditionary airfield was three Marine Aircraft Wings. strength growing from about
week broke the all-time Individual Aviation Electrician School installed Present Marine These operational untits are 23,000 on Jan. l,1965toapproxi-
(record, Is congratulated/ by Cdr. William J. Tutwiler/ NATTC strength in Vietnam includes the assigned to the Fleet Marine ., mately 181,000 by years end. :
Superintendent of Electrical Training. MSgt. Loren E. Greger- 1st Marine Aircraft Wing Forces, Atlantic and Pacific.The These facts and many more
I son, the school's senior Marine NCO, left, read an order which (Reinforced) and the 3rd Marine Fleet Marine Forces also have. were released to the press at
\meritoriously promoted Phillipp to his rank and Division (Reinforced) and ele- combat support components Saigon recently by the U. S. .
present a meritorious r
ments of the Force Troops. known as Force Troops which Military Assistance Command'
\ which commended
mast Phillipp for completing the Pacific. Total Marine strengthin provide the operating forces with Vietnam. ,
school/ with a 96.54% average, highest Individual record since Vietnam is about 40,000. tanks, motor transport,maintenance Keeping pace with U. S. military -
\ AE School was founded In 1942. During August and SeptemberIII and other combat support buildup, the Republic vof .
MAF Marines conducted two beyond that which the divisions Vietnam Armed'' Forces increased c
major exercises against the Viet and wings are Internally'capable during the year from ,
Cong. "Operation;; Starlight" In of providing. about 559,000 to approximately :
August resulted in the elimination In addition to the Fleet Marine 679,000. During the same time, f
of a crack Viet Cong, regiment Forces, which consist of slightly the Viet Cong forces rose from l
VISITCLAUDE which was trapped by the Marineson over '60 percent of the total about 103,000' to an" estimated
the Van Tuong peninsula in Marine Corps strength, Marine 230,000. _
a classic air seaground Corps operating forces Include With the Increase In troop
operation which saw the Marines' about: 3,000 Marines serving In strength the pace of the war 1
) NOLAN battle ;test their vertical,"assualt Marine Detachments aboard picked up. More than 1,300U.
technique, as well, as exercise various U. S. Navy ships, and S. troops, and about 11,000
their traditional **, across the about 12,000 Marines in security RVN forces were killed. In action
CADILLAC beach' landing techniques forces a'found the world, while the enemy lost more than
PONTIAC "Starlight" also gave; the Viet including those at U. S. Embas- 34,000 men killed and. aout 6,000

MAIN AT ORANGE Conga lesson in Marine Corps sies, key naval bases, and other captured. .
combined arms 'techniques by important military Installations. The U. S. and Vietnam Atr
OPEN MON. THRU'SAT UNTIL 8 PM lacing the Vied:Cong with Marine, : Forces flew close to 12,000 strike
Close Air SupportNavalgunfire,.L .Whiles: the:. ,Marine Corps,";' sorties IntoNorttiVletnamduringthe
and artillery+ "Operational Pir, : 'utilizes all military.schools anda' year and: mare'than' 60,000 1.:
anha" a few Weeks later, again number' of civilian educational within the Republic of Vietnam. .,
PHONE EL 33922S inflicted heavy casualties on the Institutions for. professional Carrier and land based Marine
Viet Cong. This operation, a training, most'' Marine Corps and Navy :aircraft struck at
Joint Vietnamese American effort officers receive basic officers North Vietnam with more than
also utilized the combined training andadvanced, : command, 6,600 sorties.
arms techniques employed in the staff and amphibious warfare 'U.S. PLANES LOST
"Starlight" amphibious assault, training at the Marine Corps More than 160 U. S. planes
basic to Marine Corps combat Schools in QuantIco, Virginia. were lost over North Vietnam
doctrine. Enlisted recruit training Is conducted and some 80 more went down in
In Vietnam, the Marine Corps at the Marine Corps the South.
has found the Civic Recruit Depots at Parr,Island, Surface to air missiles
gram to be an Important adjunct South Carolina and San Diego, (SAMS) accounted for 10 of the
to its combat operations. Throughan California. planes downed in North Vietnam.
active program of assistanceto Landmarks In the Marine The U. S. retaliated! by striking
1 the Vietnamese civilians in the Corps supporting establishment 18 SAM sites.
area'where'the Marines operate, in 1965 were: The Implemen- During the year U. S. Air
the III MAF has attempted to rein- tation of MUMMS, the Marine Force planes ,dropped more than
2. Unified Material Management of ordnance. In
state a semblance of normal, Corps 56,000 tons
peaceful life for the Vietnamese Ststem,'vhlchwllfapplythe addition USAF planes flew 80,000
population. The Civic Action latest Inventory control and stock logistical sorties carrying about
program includes the undertakingof management,,.techniques to the 265,000 tons of cargo and more
.,'.,. ,..,,5 major construction and repair Marine Corps Supply,;. System than 660,000 passengers.The .
:, > '' .. projects for damaged schools, through the,use of improyed automatic war was many sided
:, rice field dikes, ,bridges and data'processing equipment" ; in 1965. U. S. and RVN flyers
roads. It Includes a program of 'the report'of: ardsst yinglong dropped more than 77 million
4 preventive medicine and medical range officer career considerations leaflets, 340,000 newspapers and .
S assistance, and the provision of and the utilizatiorrof" womenIn 20,000 gifts Into North Vietnam.
foodstuffs ar ..c1othing.Tht' the Marine'Corps? and the Throughout the country, U. S.
765Start Long Range Study Panel which military units and Individuals
Marine Corps Reserve attempted to Isolate for the use contributed to the support of
has ,joined In the Civic Action of the planners many of the hundreds of orphanages schools
late.NATIONAL. program by providing, through factors which will apply to the and dispensaries. ,.
it's too .
saving, now before. _- *> nt9-I-::::: : ..,: Ti* Ta>; MEDICAL. TREATMENT I 1 t.
Ace The U. S. Armed Forces t ,
"J,. gave medical' treatment to 4.5
." million Vietnamese under the ..
Medical Civic Action Program
during 1965.; They also distri-

'.' ... buted 106,000 tons of foodstuffs
and more than $100,000 worth of
commodities, donated by various
? relief services.
With the U.S.military buildup
B ETT In Vietnam continuing at year's
: BANK OF JACKS ONVHAJBMKMICN end these were the major units
stationed In the country: III
: FCDCNAU: : OIPO9IT: .M. .U..ANCI: CORPORATION Marine Amphibious Force, including -
the 3rd Marine Division
US HAS FACILITY OFFICE (Reinforced) and the 1st & rive
Aircraft Wing; 1st Cavalry Divi-
Across Frog AfalifstritiM BN|., HAS sion (Airmobile); 1st wantry
Division 2nd DtvisUn 8
NEW LIEUTENANT- 2dLt. R. Fairchild Aviation Det. ; (
liBkiig Hours: Guy Wings); 173rd Airborne* igade,
Personnel Officer, has the Insignia of his new rank, pinned 1st Brigade,101st -
Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM f/// 3:00 PM by his wife, Jeanell and LtCol./ W. Sullivan, DetachmentCO. sion; Naval Advisory AtrbonjcDivi t roup;
Friday: 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM A veteran 114 years .service; 2n Lt. Fairchild 'was an Headquarters Support Altivity;
enlisted I Operations Chief before subsequent promotions to 1st Logistical Commanl? 3rd
'.'.1 ExtfBsius 1272 tr 1273 to, CWO and, his present rank. While// serving In Okinawa In Brigade, 25th Infantry Division
1962 he was: 1'mem6.r the! Third Marine' Dlvlsiort'Rifie and units from the 7th Fleet, Including -
.Coast Guard elements.
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Page 70 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER February 3, 1966

I COLUMN LEFTby YAP 62 Wins ComFairJax Tourney- IV I

copped the COMF AIR-
Dave Colby SAX basketball championship

Saturday at the NAS Gym, down-

The facilities for the 1968 Olympic regatta at Acapulco, Mexicoare Ing VW-4 55-44. The semi-
according to Mr. Paul H. Smart, U. S. Olympic Yatching final game was a hair-raiser,
Chairman, good enough that the water phase of the Olympics could with VW-4 squeaking out a one-

be held tomorrow. ___________________________ pointer 58-57, over a well-or- .,
The only trouble with Acapulco ganized but undermanned entry
I is there is little wind. Smart ALCINDOR FOR THE BULLSThe from VF-62. r
was' in the Mexican city for new entry planned for the The Champs aided by a fine
four days last December and National Basketball Association, performance from Dave Anderson w

reported that the wind blew once the Chicago Bulls, may be in played a steady, opportunistic '.,
for a short time for 8 knots better personnel position than brand of ball ,all the way ,

There wasn't enough breeze in many people think.If They should acquit themselves WINNERS OF THE ComFairJax ,basketball tournament are:
the four days to even stage 'a ,the Bulls do as bad as is commendably in the 6ND tour-
finish.. expected a last place finish nament slated for Cecil Field front row (/I. to r.J) Lt. Bill Woodward, Coach; J. Weathers; R.

for the first few years they 8-12 February. The team will Todd; Ltjg.! Ken Carlson; L. Robinson; and C. Brown. Back

FERRAIS DAYTONA may get the draft rights to 7 -1 play Friday and Saturday Feb. row (1/I. to r.J) J. Fablslak. / ; J. Broxson; D. Anderson; N. Dumas -
AT UCLA freshman Lew Alcindor. 28 and 29 at the NAS gym, opponents ; and J. Thomas.
Eleven Ferraris will be in the The tall Philadelphia product is to be ,announced in the
Daytona Continental Road Race averaging 35 points a game for Plan of the Day., These games NATIONAL BANK
this Saturday but all will be the frosh and already has the pro will be at 1800, immediately SAN JUAN FLORIDA

private entries and'none sponsored billing that Jerry Lucas and followed by Tax varsity contests. AVE. "1 0 w,,, LAKE SHORE
by the Ferrari Company Chamberlain had at that pointin III. ,
There will also be two women their careers.TALENTED. (Between t / li!! a
entered in the Road Race. The FRESHMENIf ROD AND GUN CLUB Roosevelt IR. ..1. :

ferns will be(Piloting a Sunbeam, Sophomore laten Florida & Blanding) BI Ilii .. -. -.-..--.---.
Alpine. One, Miss Rosemary seems tough in college basket- The NAS Cecil Field Rod -- -,. .-
Smith, of Dublin, Ireland, is list- and Gun Club will hold! a fish
ball circles at 12 4 wait until t Services"BANKING
"Year lank for COMPLETE lklll
ed as being a photographer's fry tonight in the station golf
.next year.
club house for members
model. only. HOURS:
The Gators are the tallest team
in the SEC this year but next The dinner will begin at MondayThursdayBank
6 p.m. and will be handled by
will have bunchof
squad a
On Feb. 9 there will be what year's Major R.,H. Searle, chairman 9:00am-200pm
tall and! talented
amounts to a pep rally in the players up for the dinner.Lt. Drlye-In Tellers 9OQam-4:30pm
from freshman team that
Jacksonville Civic Auditorium a L. L. Newman, club Friday
undefeated until last week.
which has been titled as a president said that club
Biggest man on this year'sfrosh Bank 9:00flm-2:00pm: :
"Welcome Suns BasebaliRally. for 1966
memberships are now
team Is 6 10 center 5:00pm-8:00pm
I The Suns' management has the Neal Walker who is averaging open. Drive-In Tellers 9:00am-8:00pm
public meeting planned to get 24 points and 15 rebounds a
baseball back on its feet
in Jacksonville with this year's game.
Last ,year's recruiting
take over by the New York Mets. prize
\ The list of baseball dignitaries catch was Andy Owens an All \
i American school selection :
t scheduled be in attendance is high "
\ to
from Tampa. The 6-6 for- \
impressive enough. Those
sup- ward has been hitting for 22 points \'
make j
pose to an appearance are,
and down .
a game pulling an
Frank Lane, general manager,
of 10 rebounds. BLVD.
of the K, C. A's, Eddie Stanky, average in Lakeshore
There is a bevey of other
new manager of the Chicago White frosh AND SAN JUAN
six footers on the squadto

either Sox, Bobby the Atlanta Bragan or, manager Milwaukee of returning go along varsity with players.next year's COME 'N GET 'EM DAYS
". Braves, Bob Scheffing, ex- # .
Detroit pilot and now Tiger) fan
M', director, Bing Devfneassistantto i interesting facts about ,h/ TTMM pricM'on'TIRES and SERVICES an good at both.our.stortst Bland
'0 the president of the Mets, the 185 Region Eix USVBA members r/ Ing Blvd'and San Juan and 501 W., Dural at Clay., '
and a host of other baseball of which the NAS Cecil Field .. "
personalities.Also and NAS lax players and OUR FIRST TIME EVER!

,attending will be Florida members:
Governor Haydon Burns and The oldest member is 63 CERTIFIED,
Jacksonville Mayor Lou Ritter. years old. The youngest 17. Front End Guardian PREMIUM Nylon Tires

Governor Burns was Instru- Average member age is ,
1 mental in keeping the Suns in 30.2 years' old. Wheel Alignment -

I Jacksonville. There is a 60 percent wiwiui

j. military membership with nine HALF PRICE

1 PURRINGKITTIES out tary.of the 15 teams being mili : ..I.a..i.i S550

Chances appear to be excel There are 38 states represented .qua....a.4N ...

lent for the University of two U. S.Territories, tsIWw1."N! ..1'9.C$n for second tire when buy
,Kentucky to win its first outright and two foreign countries. you
SEC basketball title since_ of members
I' 1958.' range Occupations from a professor of Zoo NEW LOW PRICE one tire at price below.
Of course there are more deserving with FBI
logy to a lifeguard
basketball teams in the agents stockbrokers, and a
SEC than the Wildcats. Under technical illustrator in be-
the guidance of Coach "Baron" tween. Adolph Rupp since 1931.the Wild-
cats have won 732 games and lost JAPANESE, VOLLEYBALL .

150 for an amazing 841 percent. The Japanese,volleyball which FORD

Strange as it may seem Rupp 'was used, In the 1964 Olympics CHI S695
' doesn't have more wins than will be the official sanctionedball VOUPAY YOU PAY
other coach in basketball
any for this year's national
history. Phog Allen,who coachedat Tournament in May. tuttclltal by w" i itrti.Satisfaction J rVM-SiMCwt

Kansas and gave Wilt The Japanese ball is quite C MrouryNsb".rry.Corwtt.,.Dodp,h Ford. 520" 600165011.

Chamberlain his college tutoring, different from the one used herein or Your D1 733:ftnJt"; *
won 770 in his college coaching the U. S. according to Mac Monty Back.RETREADS. CamptttCw* $2'017 Sloat
career. And an other Kentucky McGuckin, coach at NAS Cecil AmericatI.Suck Specitl.I."ICVd.COIMt.Cor.'lt.nS1Udao.. !
coach, Ed Diddle from Western Field. QiivyFO.S"'c 60* i\\\\'
: 7315.
Mutant OM MS.Tampa**
Kentucky, won 759. The ball is'made of,a different v.llanl.41" r..,..*Cm IMafeuick.Ctwvy.Chry .
But Rupp, at 65, is shootingat substance and has much more > *

a record no other coach has action to it than the American ..plus.... Dodf,UMI.ford.lr.DiSal*.*Marcury..t /2l.l$15.11 $2317 $1143
reached 800 games before reach- counterpart. Mac,said that when 4is39 .We Old..Plymouth,Pontiac
Ing the madatory retirement age, the Japanese ball'is hit It seemsto 'I. 1uc..c.dIftlC.CIrytIIf'. IS5 J4 i H114'tSS900Vl *
of 70. This would mean he would sail further and curve much 919 $24h1co"tmmWtuMa.otd S1243
have to average 14 wins a season. more. AMSLOOfw 1..11!! .
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February 3, 1966 JAX AIR/ NEWS/AFTERBURNER Peg it

f' Whistling InW'The NAS Jax Splits Cecil Basketball Team Plays I

Two Games Once Wins Two, Lose OneNAS

RiggingBy With Robins Cecil Field's varsity gain last year's form. Briggsled
basketball team,won two basket- NAS Cecil In scoring with

Lt. P. E. Thlhodcau The NAS Jax Navy team lostto ball games In three scheduled 15 points. Jim Marshall, the
Robins AFB Friday night contests but only made a court Raiders other starting forward
67 59, but came back Saturday appearance once. chipped in 11.Yesterday.
The Navy Jacksonville Sailing Naval Institute,Proceeding about afternoon to down their op- The Raider's two wins disappointed afternoon the Raid-
Club was off to the races again the Naval Academy's new fiber- ponets 7156. Raider mentor O. G. ers travelled out to Jacksonville
this past weekend as they class '44 yawl Fearless and her Jax Navy took an early lead Richerson. They both came as University to play the college's
competed in Sunday's Tri Club crew In the Buenos Aires to Rio In the Friday night tilt,but Robins forfeits with NAS Sanford. The Freshman team. At press time
Series at the Rudder Club. As race. The ship and her crew came back with a stall type Sanflyers couldn't make sche- the results of the game weren'tin.
usual, the NJSC sailors brought made a fine representation of the ball game to go ahead at half duled committments because of .
home the bacon. Results of Navy in this prestlgeous 1,200 time by a score of 30 25. a lack of player personnel.The .
the race appear elsewhere in this mile event. Jax never came any closer than one time the Raiders did Fli.-G Coafereace
issue. The NJSC Is still looking for the five points at halftime, as get on the court In the past weekIt
Other than the club's racing new members. The more the Robins continued to pull away was also disappointing. The Basketball Studlags
activities, things have been merrier, so come on down to in the late stages of the game. Raiders played Ed Waters NORTHERN LOOP
rather quite around the clubhouse see us at the NJSC Clubhouse. Despite the poor scoring of the College'Thursday night and were Team Won Lost
lately. Must be the cold weather, You'll find us there every week Jax team, Fred Kloman of the bombed out of their own gym, Hunter AFB 14 2
we'll leave the Frostbite Racesto end. If you can't come, call Hospital managed tp pump in 80.56. NAS Jax 11 5
the sailing enthusiats (NUTS?) 389 7711 ext. 8440 anytime 27 scores for the team and Stan The Raiders were at full Turner AFB 7 7
up north. and get the official word on the Maurer of the Hospital dumpedin strength for the game but Ed NAS Glynco 7 9 '
A new Bantam will soon T>e club. 19. Waters showed super strength Robins AFB 4 10
added to the Club Fleet. Delivery Saturday afternoon's game was according to the school's coach Moody AFB 3, 13
from the builder, Ben Verweyof the complete opposite of Friday who commented that he had never SOUTHERN LOOP
Jacksonville expected within Beagle Club To night as Jax took a very early seen his team play- this gooda Team Won Lost
the next few days and the boat lead and never relinquished it. game this year. '
MacDill AFB 14 0
will be assigned to Hugh Bell. Hold Field The whole team was In better In fact the Tigers from Ed Patrick AFB 7 5
Hugh will be moving up from the spirits and everyone was out Waters played such a good game 4 8 .r
Gannett Fleet and Jerry Klnnen Trial for revenge for the loss In Fri- that 13 players got in and 12 NAS Sandford 3
SundayThe 11
Orlando AFB
will probably take over his boat. day's tilt. Maurer hit for 24 of them scored. The tall and
Retired from the club fleet Gateway points, Lou Rada of VP 30, fast college team dominated the THIS WEEK'S SCHEDULE 't
this past month was the Sno Club has scheduled City Its Beagle second 14 points, and Howard Brown boards and shot with great ac- Northern Loop Robins AFB at

J, a Flying Dutchman Jr. class field trial pf the 1965 66 of VP 30 tacked on another curacy. Moody AFB, NAS Glynco at Tur-
boat which was donated to the season for this Sunday the 12 points as everyone was doing, About the only bright spot ner AFB, Southern Loop NAS
club In October 1962 by Mrs. club's grounds on JenningsRd. on an outstanding job pf, .ball, for the raiders was that forward Cecil at Patrick AFB, NAS San-
Eula Mae Snow of Jacksonville. ., Mlddleburg, Fla. handling.Jax Roger Briggs continued to re- ford at MacDill AFB.
The Snow J was a real competitor Navy meets Delta Drugsof I '
In her time and had a fine The trial is open to outside the Jax city league tomorrow "
race record but the ravages of entries. Entry fees are three night at 7:30 p.m. and Edward
weather and time had taken their dollars a dog for both 13 and Waters College 7:30p.m. Sat- support (!jurdverlier

toll of her molded plywood hullto 25 Inch classes., Entries will urday. These games will take
the point where there just be accepted until 7 a.m. the place of the regular scheduled
wasn't anything left to fiberglass. .Sunday. games with Hunter AFB,
Future of the NJSC as Hunter is In an Air Force
activities wUlbe coverage provided by the The drawing for braces will Tournament and will not be ableto r $
Florida Time Union through be at 8 a.m. Breakfast and play this week em.BUY.
lunch will be served the
with Mr. :Oleson, on
club members' clQ
editor of the weekly Knot and grounds by
Boats column. Due to the fact wives. They
/ - -
this is a Sunday only column, Anyone desiring more .
race results and other weekend information is invited to con- SAVINGSBONDS
activities will appear the tact Mr. P. Douglas Prevost, li//
following Sunday. club secretary 771 8197. Su ppNewspaper art +Our
For anyone'lnt rested In'ocean"' '- The trials ace open i to the

racing, there s'a fine article public.
in the December issue of U. S.

NAS Jax Judo Club Places SecondTo


Town Club At St. AugustineMembers

of .the Junior Divi- .
sion of the Jax Navy Judo Club The boys who went to a fine effort.
traveled to St. Augustine last St. Augustine for participation in This month the Jax Navy Judo
Saturday, Jan. 29 for the 1st the meet and support of the team Club plans to be the host for
Judo Clinic and Jacksonville were:. Dennis Gilbert, Kim Ard, the'second meeting of the club.It .' Oulikrty
St.. Augustine Junior Tournament. Rick Delgo, James Hughes, Ray is hoped that through the sup
Delgo, Mike Whyte,John DeGun- port of the boys and their parents
hosted The by participating the St.Augustine teams YMCA, ther, David Hallums. Russel that these meetings can be con- .-,.., .it f...t*
Judo Foise, Mike McClure, Jim De tinued on a monthly basis.
Judo Club Team were the Jax Navy Gunther, Sam Hughes, Martin Any boys (age 6 -16 who are h \ '
and the
Jacksonville :\
Judo/DoJo Larson, Joe DeGunther, John military dependents) are invitedto y.rpau
Club Instructors for _
these Sealy, Curtis Larson, and Ray- the Judo Club for free instruc- '
: J. L. Baird,
tion in sport Judo. Classes are auulw
wkyu ((1st grade Brown Belt), Sealy. Ri\-\ .
Jax The boys, all of whom but the Saturday morning Beginners,
Navy; Rodney Fowler, Sho-
9:30 10:45 A. M. Advanced
first two listed were playing : ;
St.dan ( 1st degree Black Belt), sport Judo for the first time, 10:45 to 12:30 p.m., In Bldg. w ,..rerHlf
Augustine YMCA and Harvey and are thought to have put forth 726 on Birmingham Avenue. _
Agee Nidan ((2nd degree Black
Belt ),Jax Judo/DoJo. i I

Members of Jax Navy came In a Pleasant little Drive anrf 1 MMflfkaflsN
second In the team effort behindthe
well trained boys from
Jax Judo/DoJo, who took the oar'
team honors. This being the
first meeting of the clubs, no
individual honors were Riven.

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.k. HAS Jax Swim Team HAS Cecil Field Volleyball Team

., Wins Own Meet Best In State After Orlando Win }

Over the cold, cold weekend were chewing us up by puttingup would be the Region Six champ-

NAS Cecil Field's volleyball team four blockers on each of ourshots ionships. .
emerged as the hottest volleyball ," McGuckln said. "We "This means a lot to us,
team in the state of Florida. miss-handled the ball and It flew McGuckin said. "There will be
The Raiders zipped through 10 off the court." about 18 teams here including

games in the Orlando Air Force He went on, "Everyone thoughtIt Atlanta, Charleston" Macon,-and _
Base Invitational Tournamentwith was out of play but Bob Nor- Charlotte.
a 9 1 mark to win the dell lit out like a bullet scoopedIt Last year Orlando was host to
R tourney and become the best team up over his shoulder and sentIt the Region Six play-offs, St.Pet-
in the state. right to the net. Spiker Dick ersburg won.Another .
Cecil which had been' the Gardner was there 'and put it tournament on tap before -
bride's maid in four of five straight down. There wasn'ta the Sixth Naval District
previous invitationals Sarasota Sarasota defenser around." Tournament at NAS Cecil Fieldin
and St. Petersburg beat Sara- "It was a climax that should April is the Fla.-Ga. Inter-
sota in the finals at Orlando.It have been televised." McGuckin service championships taking
was the second first place place over two weekends. The
finish in five tournament stans said.That was game and tournament first weekend of play will be at
for the Raiders; in three they point. NAS Jax on March 5, the second
finished second. Thus the net- "I think that 1- can truthfullysay phase of play moves to NAS Cecil -
ters from Cecil Field moved this was the first time this Field on March 19.

into first place in the state's year we have had an overall

overall standings.NAS team effort of this caliber" Tonight I Ie Wtstont Night
Jax improved over its the coach said. "Our five spikers Done to the JWINGSTIRJ
first tournament showing and and one setter worked beau- Every Fri &'tllf Sat..
finished third for the play. NAS tifully. Country p.m.Music and Rock

.. RECORD BREAKERS. The/ team of (left to right) E. Jaramll- Cecil dropped NAS Jax twice when He said that Rene Molina, the DISCOTHEQUE HAWAIIAN VILLAGE A-GO-GC
la, B. Simmons, M. Dyer, and B. Kohl, which represented HAS the teams met in one of the set man in the 5-1 offense, and 202 Florida Avo. Cur.Adorn .
brackets of the double elimination Gardner excellent ball St., I blocs wait
Jax 'Swim Club broke the state AAU Senior Boys' 200 Meter played of the Gator Bowl
mark last weekend. contest. The Raiders won their once again. McGuckin also cited SPECIAL! All axport boor
Freestyle bracket and Jax placed second. newcomer Bobby Bird as a young 4J. with continuousenttrtelnM.nt..
Representing the other bracketwas man with great potential. "He No cover no minimum.
Sarasota, which won and Is a very good spiker for as Stereophonic Sound by the A-GO-GO
Nine Florida AAU swim individual record breaking stereo Mails Co.. EL 6-90U
Top St. Petersburg. In the semi- young as he Is, he said.
records fell at the ,NAS Jax performances came from Corse, finals the Raiders ;downed St. McGuckin also got some more 1Iafuaibm 1iUu2eIInuit
N pool as the Navy Jax Swim team who cracked two of the'eight Pete twice and then topped Sara- good news this weekend when he
'. played the role of a bad host and and under marks and Miss C. was notified by Regional USVBA
sota twice in the finals by scoresof e
its invitation meet last Ball who marks in thewomen's .
won own set two headquarters that the tournamentat
15 10, 15 11.
weekend. seniors division. eliminated lax by. beating the NAS Cecil Field on Feb.. 19

Corse 's first record came Navy team twice.
The NAS lax swimmers broke
the'way when he skimmed three tenths Raider coach Mac McGuckin
two state AAU marks on a second off the existing Eight said after the finals that the ? 3HOWlNG77i.22SS
742 1/2 pointsto
to scoring and Under Boys' 50 Meter Back- games with Sarasota were much
finish of 10 other
on top stroke with a 48.6. closer than the scores indicated."In .
entries from Florida and
team the final game we were FEB. 4-10
i Georgia.The The young Corse,swimming unattached ahead of Sarasota 14-11 but they '
,bellied over later in the
Good Sheperd Swim Team day for the 50 Meter Butterflyand
finished second with 659 1/2 clipped five tenths a second AUTO
points. The Jacksonville YMCA off that record by churning up a
was third with 355. :.<,, A HAPPY HONEYMOON
46.00.Miss ,.,becomes adoggone
Two NAS Jax medley teams Ball's best showing was disaster! 'p 9'1 welt
knocked better than six seconds in the Senior Women's 100 Meter MILITARY

\.; off previous records to put new Breastroke. Swimming against All, Ranks and'Ages If'S Wlnnle '
marks in the record books. The Miss Ball was Miss Beverly { Monthly Payment Plan ?:
;:\ lax Senior Boys'200 Meter Freestyle Worley, who set the state mark I
J team of E. Jaramilla, B. for the event in 1965.' Miss Ball 6479 ROOSEVELT

Simmons M. Dyer, and B. Kohl dethroned Miss Worley and >x Nef fo NAS Jo.MI Tcchnioolor
i, splashed through the 200 meter knocked: 11.1 seconds off the M tt14Cr10M
one Jtftf 676McDOUGALL'S #
course in the last event of the record. y.MlwMawTECHNICOLOR'
day with time of 1:53 5 to Miss Ball also broke the state h> i
Insurance Agene] rrorr+arw.w.4.K+e.arw Mr.w
shatter the four year old 200 Meter Senior Women's Individual -
"e.'y Florida record. Medley. She swam the
,. .. route in 2:32.6; the previous
.) The NAS Jax girls did equally AAU mark was 2:51.1 In the
well early In the day by taking Senior Women's 100 Meter But-
Eight and Under 200 Meter Med terfly; A Poucher's 1:16' in
ley. The team of Lubka Viola, the 10 12 Boys' Meter
Billingsley and Fontaine did Butterfly ; Good Sheperd Swim
;; their specialty in 3:33.4; seven Team's Girls' 12 and under 200
seconds better that the old Meter Medley new mark of 2:35 -j
1 record. .8


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