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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an of f i imilitary in 'I expression
department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication docs not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the \ advertised.VOL. (
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I .USD's Pal Day To Be Held This Saturday: I

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St. AugustineSites "

Are Free

To ServicemenThe

USO Committee In St. x1
Augustine has extended an invita- rr'
tion to all servicemen in the
Jacksonville area to leave their
wallets at home, grab the wife
and kids (or girl friends) and +
ip w come to the ancient city all day +
Saturday December 5, for the
USO's annual "Pal Day". !
Free admission to some 20
different historic sites and
attractions plus free food at the '
Elk's Club from noon until 3:00 4

4 k ,pONCE p.m. and at the St. AugustineClub }
Lightner Museum from 6 to J
8 p.m. plus telephone calls home "", ',, .''",'', .
for two lucky winners will be -,

AGAIN St. Augustine will open it's doors to welcome the featured attractions. Wearing VISITORS ON PAL DAY, December 5th, will again enjoy

Navy personnel and their dependents as the U.S.O. and local a uniform will be the only pitality at the Elks Club where they will bo treated to a

businessmen sponsor "Pal Day". of admission these places.ticket required in any All city attractions will bo open 'free to servicemen.. 4)1.

You can start early ((9 a.m.)

"Thanks For Thanksgiving"Says men and stay only late can((8 ride and Service-fromSt. UDT Men Coming NAS

Augustine in free busses which
will leave NATTC parking lot at

CO To CommissarymenOn 8:30 return Saturday at 5 p.m.morning While and in will the Looking For Future

historic city, you can travel about
Thursday, a Thanksgiving meal was served In the General free on all city busses and special Do you have "inner courage," and physical stamina?
Mess to men here on the station. Many men who don't normallyeat trailer trains, or if you preferto Would you like to make $110 or $220 a month extra for going
in the general mess took advantage of the holiday meal along enter into the historic and doing things that few men can see and do? Do you like to
with their families. atmosphere special rates will and fly? Would you like to make parachute jumps? Could you

Captain John R. Mackroth visited the mess and the following letter be given for the horse-drawn handle explosives? If all your answers

to LCdr Lester E. Ostrom, NAS carriages. you can be a Navy
Commissary Officer, from the 500 While touring about the historic one of the rugged, talented
CO best sums up opinions of the Dogs SoughtFor city you may gain admission (in NX Announces bers of anUnderwater
meal and prevailing atmosphere. uniform) free to Potter's Wax Team.
Sentry DutyAt Museum, Ripley's Believe It Or December 9-10 there
Dear Mr. OstrumI (Continued on Page 4)) Holiday a three man UDT team
NAS Jacksonville with
I wish to take this opportunityto Military Bases
formation of this -
congratulate you and membersof Residents GetCO's F For HAS Clubs
the Commissary Division for Washington (AFPS) Five hun- fit. All Navy and Marine
dred German shepherd dogs are sonnel who have questions
the outstanding manner In which Praise For
being "recruited" from "civilian Cdr. T, E. Stevenson, Navy the UDT program will
the Thanksgiving dinnerwaspre- Exchange Officer has released.
pared and served. status" for sentry duty at opportunity to get
Army Navy and Air Force bases concerning holiday answers during the two day
I had occasion to Inspect the hours of all and
Exchange Interested should
In the United States and over- Anyone
mess operation, the food and the
Commissary facilities The
Man Your CI&E December 8 for
galley, for approximately one- seas.
following schedule should be
Brooms" "Mowers Man Your details.
The Air Force responsible for ,
half hour during the serving per-
and Mowers", and "Trimmers Man carefully noted by patronsof UDT team members are
dog procurement
iod and I was most impressedby sentry
these facilities
what I observed.The training for all services will Your Clippers" was the word : for their high morale, their
NATTC Enlisted Men's Club
donations orwillpurchaseanimals being passed among the residentsof of accomplishment, their
planned menu, which I con- accept
Bldg 593, will be closed from
prescribed the 800 series Apartments last the units and their
sidered more than substantial,
December 19 1964
through Jan-
standards. Saturday. The net Result: position In the defense
was augmented by the galley per uary 3, 1965. The BluejacketsInn
Two hundred Germans Beautification of the grounds sur- country. Their duties are
sonnel on their own initiative thus
will be hours
the open regular to this
buildings organization
of the finest hepherds are needed rounding apartment type
producing one
during this time.Commissary .
Immediately, a spokesman said, which earned praise from the the men experience
Thanksgiving dinners I have ever
(Bldg 135))
and additional 300 must Commanding Officer. that cannot exist any where
The go
seen. serving arrangementsfor and Navy Exchange Sales Loca-
Into 1965 to Captain Mackroth praised the The fact that they are
training by August
the and their dependentswere
men tion (Bldg 1511)): Dec. 24 -
maintain an adequate neat and orderly look of the lawn increases rather than
and well planned. sentry
orderly 0800-1400 Dec. 25-closedDec.
force. saying that in times when moneyfor ; ; opportunities offered.
Most Impressive, however was 26 0800-1400;. Dec. 31 0800-
limited Prior
groundskeeping was to qualifying as an
the fine attitude by the Needed are German shepherds,
displayed l-ClosedandJan.2-
male female, betweenone it was satisfying to see that residents 14ooJan.; ; member, each man must
duty personnel In the mess. The or spayed 08001400.The .
took the initiative to tidy that he has the
and three old, weigh-
cheerful and cooperative attitudeof years following hours will be in
least 60 pounds and standIng up. Located across the street abilities necessary to
Chief Davis, the duty cooks ing at I effect for the Navy Exchange,
least 23 Inches at the from the chapel at an Intersec- professional mental and
and the mess cooks was a at NAS Nattc & Naval Hospital:
tion which is normally busy, requirements of the
need very
shoulder. dogs
pleasure to see and, I believe Although December 24 All activities
and will Demolition .
visitors passersby Organization.The
one of the most Important.ele- not be pedigreed, they must meet will be open until 1300 except:
generally acceptable physical and undoubtedly notice the neat Underwater
.. (Continued on Page 6)) (Continued from Page 5)) appearance of this lawn. (Continued on Page 5)) (Continued on Page )





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I Chaplain EdwardsOne

truth that our nations' history teaches Is that leadership is
SUNDAY not the birthright of the so-called great. We can see the truth of

LI 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy this statement attested to In the Armed Forces of our country by
Communion the examples of the many who have risen up through the ranks
9:30 a.m. Service of Divine Another truth that we learn Is that whoever accepts leadership'In

@ Worship any realm, must be prepared to pay the penalty, and a penalty
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for that Is at times heavy.
ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 One of the prices of leadership Is the facing of constant personal
11:00: a.m. Service of Divine scrutiny A scrutiny that Is like a search-light piercing the black.
Worship ness of the night wherein any flaw of character Is exposed any word
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship uttered unguardedly flung Into the wind.A .
WEDNESDAY leader does not have to tell others he Is a leader, for those
about him will know It. The taskmaster walks In the rear with a

4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal whip In his hands. The leader Is always In front with a light of his
"mJ example In his hand.
l 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal Where Is leadership? Leadership Is where someone speaks with
f I ; rJ knowledge. Where there Is excellency of character, there Is leader.
12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, ship. Where a voice lifts Itself beyond the confusing jargon of our
Also on all Holy Days day, there Is leadership. Where our superior officers, and petty
Catholic Services at St. Ed- officers seek to live In such a fashion that their subordinates can

ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval look upon them with pride, there Is leadership.In .
ALL MAKE Ac0fifRIuT'iON. Hospital conclusion, we recall the words of Philip Brooks, "Pray not

SUNDAY MASS for easy lives; pray to be stronger men. Pray not for tasks equalto
your powers; pray for power equal to your tasks."
6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
AF'P9.l4bgOn d 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.

-Dec 71941, swarms of Japanese aircraft struck at United Edward's Chapel $.477 Million Savings

States military Installations and ships at Pearl Harbor Hawaii. DAILY MASS
The Japanese came In five waves of dive-bombers and torpedo planes
from six aircraft carriers. 11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel Seen In DOD ReductionWashington

Within an hour they had severely damaged all eight battleshipsof MONDAY & TUESDAY
the U. S. Pacific Fleet. Casualties totaled more than 3,000 killed (AFPS) Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamarahas
-+L and 1,000 Injured. 4:15 p.m. King HallNATTC announced 95 actions to consolidate, reduce or discontinue Department -
Many explanations have since been given for the success of the FRIDAY of Defense activities In the United States and overseas,

enemy raid. Among them were: Inadequate reconnaissance patrols; which will produce, when completed an annual savings. of $477 million
unmanned and unarmed anti-aircraft batteries and defensive planes 12:05 p.m. U.S. NavalHospital The actions announced Nov.
lined In neat rows on the airstrips.In .
up SATURDAY 19, resulted from comprehensivestudies
short, the armed forces of the United States were generally Rules Of The RoadNow of major defense installations
mcrepared. The Japanese warlords had every reason to believe their 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY Initiated last December.
In the Pacificfor that the Christmas rushIs
crippling attack would establish Japan's superiority "These actions," Secretary
the duration of the war. on, It Is Imperative that we McNamara said, "approach the
But the Japanese failed to take into account the American love of 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before show others a fair sample of good magnitude of all previous actions -
freedom and determination of Americans to defend it. And, althoughthe Masses manners.; Traffic at this time of this kind announced since
Japanese did continue to pile up victories In the Pacific for a Catechism Classes:Grade School of the year Is more hectic than
March 1961 When completed,
while any schoolboy can recount how quickly Americans mobilizedfor SATURDAr'" usual and many drivers who display they will bring the total annual
war and how doggedly they fought back until the tide turned and good manners at home and
the war was won. 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities at work demonstrate it poorlyon savings resulting
But we did learn a great lesson from the attack at Pearl Harbor.We building 722 the road. unnecessary operationsto
$1 billion
learned the danger of unpreparedness and we learned It well To display better motor
Today the U. S. Pacific Fleet Headquarters at Pearl Harbor is one manners, let the following be your "The more than 2,000 will square be
of the mightiest bastions of military defense the world has ever Traffic ten commandments In highway miles of land released
known. And all over the world similar military Installations stand safety: It may save your life! available to meet our Increasing
ready to defend the freedom of the United States and its allies. ((1)) Thou shalt not mix alcohol needs for education, for recreation -
Those of us who presently serve In the armed forces have a per- ViolationsThe with gasoline. for state and local
sonal lesson to learn from the Pearl Harbor attack. No matter what ((2)) Thou shalt not exceed the government facilities, and for expansion "-
our job--airplane mechanic company clerk or ship's cook--we all speed limit. of? private enterprise,

make an important contribution to the preparedness of today's armed following is a report of ((3)) Thou shalt not follow too he continued.In .
forces. If we do that job to the best of our ability, we'll know we have motor vehicle accidents and closely. announcing the actions,Secretary -
done all we can to insure there will never be another Pearl Harbor. traffic violations for the period ((4)) Thou shalt not weave from NcNamara stated that the
Our country spends billions of dollars each year to maintain the November 22 through November lane to lane. government "will guarantee a job
armed forces. We are the ones who ultimately must make: certain 28. ((5)) Thou shalt not fail signal opportunity for every career employee
each dollar counts. (AFPS) Number of' Accidents ((6)) Thou shalt not lose thy affected by a closure. If

temper. the new job opportunity requiresa
Late President Kennedy This week November 22 through ((7)) Thou shalt favor tbs pedes- move to another location, the

November 28 1/ . 3 trian and the bicyclist. government will arrange for pay
Awarded CISM Total Accidents this year through ((8)) Thou shalt be ever alert ment of transportation and mov
HonorNew November 1964 . 219 for children. ing expenses for the employee and
Number of Accidents through No- ((9)) Thou shalt be courteousto his family. We will also arrangefor
York. (AFPS) The late President John F. Kennedy was voteda vember 1963 . . 248 thy fellow motorist retraining at our expense am
Grand Medal of Honor of the Consell
award of the
Total number of days since ((10)) Honor the traffic laws continue employees' salaries
International du Sport Militaire (CISM), at the 19th General Assembly "
Total number of that
days since last thy days may be long on while they are being retrained.
which concluded In Mexico City Nov. 12. Injury In motor vehicle this earth.
The Grand Medal of Honor is tween people through international accident .
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awarded to beads of state who competitions is well known"
strongly support the CISM pro- President Kennedy wrote. "We Number of ViolationsThis I

gram and make significant con- fully appreciate the tremendous Week . . 15 JAX AI N'EW'S:
tributions toward the growth of Impact CISM has had the past few Speeding . . .. 5 :
the organization and spreading its years during which more than Reckless Driving . 2
ideals. 22,000 military athletes have Going through Stop Sign 1
When the 17th CISM General participated in CISM events before Other Violations : . 40 the
Assembly met In Washington in more than 3,000,000 specta- Forty-five drivers appeared distributed AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
1962 President each Thursday at the U. Air Station,
Kennedy wrote to tors." before the Traffic Hearing Boardat Jacksonville s. Naval
the delegates: "I consider your The Grand Medal of Honor has the meeting held on November private Florida by the Holt Publishing Company a
organization a most effective Instrument previously been awarded to the 30. Disposition of the cases NEWS flnn.L AH Cow submitted for use in the JAX AIR
for further international must be forwarded< to the Service Information Office,
late Paul of Greece King included the
King ; following: twelve lost 'Box 2.
and cooperation through NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before
goodwill Olav V, Norway; King Baudouln driving and parking privileges aboard publication.
in international are welcomed from all sources-
participation I Prince Bernhardt The the
Belgium; station for various per- Telephone EV.9-7711 dl62.
sports events and through your Netherlands and Mohammed Reza iods four
; were
assigned to complete Advertisements c
efforts to improve the general P Pahlavi Shah of Iran. a six-hour In are solicited by the publisher and querieconcerning
course remedial such
should be Publishln.
directed Holt
to the
fitness of our military
physical The medal will be presented to
driving at Jax Police Company, 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida-
forces. the late President's widow by Academy; eight were given Telephone 359.4040 or 35 -.0271.
"The interest of the United
Brigadier General Royal Hatch, suspended penalties; twenty-
States in sports in physical train USAF, president of CISM, at an three were given warnings; and VOL. 22 N0,40 DECEMBER 3, 1964
ing and in friendly exchanges be- unannounced future date. two were dismissed.

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OURS NOT TO REASON WHY, OURS BUT TO TRY TO Fir. Pk. E THESE MEN were part of a hypnotist's show at NATTC In 1958
L R. Lutovsky of M.A.D. submitted this month's winning caption. 5 when this picture was taken. When the picture was discovered in
Other funny entries included: T our files, we decided that it might evoke some clever captions
"All Beauty-Rest matrasses are action tested. Laurie Perrault, from our reading audience, so if a funny thought comes to your
SK3 from NATTC. mind write it down and send it to: Editor, Jax Air News, Bldg. 1.
"Girls in topless bathing suits??????? Mrs.M.S. Sholes of Supply NAS. The $5 award could be yours for the winning caption!

Wow, it's a pool of beer". Barney Hall, HM1 1, of 1st and 2nd
class P.O.Mess.

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64 FORD . ... .$2444
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63 FORD "XL". ... .$2195 S 10 Ft. 'Wide 2 Bedrooms I
59 FORD. . . .$695
Hardtop, 2 dr., V-8, auto/
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complete with saddle and
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.J. volunteer will undergo practically and has the proper motivation or
UDT MEN every type of physical desire for UDT work. The actual '
exercise. He. will participatein climax of the course Is the m Rry
(Continued from Page 1))
and which
many competitive sports graduation exercise during
Team Replacement Training Is will become well versed In the trainees plan organize and
administered by the Naval various phases of military drills execute a complete reconnaissance -
Amphibious School at Little and tactics. The courses are of a nearby beach area
Creek. Norfolk, Va. The course organized on the basis that demolish various obstacles and
convenes twice each year and Is physical conditioning: is paramount withdraw to the parent ship. This xI
approximately twenty seven In'each trainee.A exercise takes approximately two
weeks In duration.. Five these high point In the course Is days using wartime procedures
weeks are spent In Puerto Rico Hell Week. This week Is a con- equipment and standard opera-
three weeks at Fort Benning.Ga. densed version of the entire tional orders.
(The Airborne Phase), and six course wherein situations simulate Besides the formal require-
weeks at Key West. Fla. (The as closely as possible actuil ments set forth by the Bureau
Underwater Phase). The missionof combat conditions. The week entails *, and Atlantic Service Force I) a
this course Is to provide a maximum of work and'a Directives, the most Important
qualified replacements for minimum of rest but allows each assets In a potential Underwater ;1 ,Ter
Underwater Demolition Teams. trainee to prove to himself and Demolition Team member are:
.... During this course each his Instructor that he can take It. A .sincere desire for the work; THREE-KNOT SEAHORSE-Navy Frogman, known for their long.

range swimming abilities also travel by air, submarine, fast sur.
FIRST face ships, and this tw -man swimmer propulsion unit that can

cruise for hours at three knots. (Navy Photo).

SfflBtiAlW5EST; ; e e self confidence; physical stamIna PAL DAY

Jlft ,:.ATtHr: ;BISTTf: Ric S; .:AIYVHERt| ;; ; swimming; pride ability In self and and unit endurance -; (Continued from Page 1))

proper motivation; willingness to Not Museum The Oldest Wooden I
exceed oneself; enthusiasm; a Schoolhouse In the U.S., Castillo
healthy respect for water darks" de San Marcos The Oldest House
W5 VALIANT $ I796CLAYTON ness and explosives; ability as In America, LaLeche Shrine,Old
well controlled
a teamworker; Sugar Mill Fountain of Youth,
temperament and a never quit Old Spanish Inn, Museum of I

spirit. ssrasssssos Yesterday's Toys LlghtnerMu
seum of Hobbles St. Augustine I
REVELS CHURCH of CHRIST Alligator Farm Mystery House,
5223: WESCONNETT BLVD. Old Store Museum, Zorayda
r NEAR NAS Castle Hotel Ponce De Leon,
JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD. State ArsenalHeadquartersofthe

SUNDAYS: Florida National Guard Musical
o NCPHlHE 10:00: A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP Museum, Old Jail Gator land, and)
11:00: A.M. WORSHIP the Old Spanish Treasury.Pal .
4AX 264-6555 GREEK Ml SPRINGS 6:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICE Day as It Is so aptly named,
WEDNESDAYS Is the largest single event I
: sponsored by the USO through
out world and Saturday you
CIIURCII PHONE SP 1.5075MINISTER will have the opportunity to|
PHONE SP 1.2646 attend. Don't miss itl I






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I DECEMBER 3, 1964
r rrr'Disease

I !! _Vector_ Control! Learns, Teaches Constantly 11

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JM MMy/ w e wl/
> "i--: ." In order to run an organization yrY
i I as large as the U. S. Navy,
there are little commands
NIINW. r many
doing significant yet unheralded

{ wbrk A prime example of
this type of organization Is the

Disease Vector Control Center,
with laboratories and men here at
NAS Jax. Their preventive main

tenance responsibility keeps
them out of the news a place

where they would like to stay t k ..
for when they get into news-

papers, there Is "something
wrong", and this "something

AN INSECT IDENTIFICATION exam was given to all students at wrong" can often be fatal. A MR. CHARLIE HAMMOND lectures to the visiting groUp on the\
the end of DVCC's course. Here Charlie; Hammond aids CliffordE. Prime example was this past
proper core and use off the equipment used to disperse insecticides
Sears 'from MCAS Parris Island while Frank Ulmer and Frank summer on the front when pages encephalitis from Floridato was and sprays. On the far right is Dr. Russell, a guest lecturer

Miller of NAS Jax DVCC peer intently into their microscopes.: Texas, DVCC staff memberswere from BuDocks in Washington D.C.

sent to conduct tests on Board Health, and Budocks discussed BILLET PROOF,,,
Public disease-carrying mosquitos to such problems as
Laws About
Navy determine their Immunization to. medically Important insects,
the Insecticide being used.
pests, vegetation
However, there have been few pests, stored product pests,weed
Not ConsistentThe times when Disease
Housing Vector Con- control, and the proper handlingof
trol has made the wire services. toxic pesticides and their
This Is a credit to their pro-
various public laws and administrative decisions under which fessional knowledge and skill. equipment.After .
family housing is operated are not consistent and do produce 1 inequities.The This knowledge Is a rapidly lectures on the latest'
following information is furnished so that you may better under- technological advances being
science which
changing one
stand ,the quarters assignment and furniture practices of this command. must be updated very often one made in these fields the Sixth'Naval ) or
men were givena
One must first realize that
that with tech-
forfeiture of the housing allow- ever, In practice, this can be done changes advances.constantly written examination and

ance (BAQ) is required when a only to the extent that furniture nological The Insects themselves make an Insect Identification quiz. f 11I
service family occupies Government items are available. Becauseof
and decisions of constant changes mandatory "Lady, said the youngster,
public quarters. Family policy funding pesticide development, for many "If you will give us a nickel'my
public quarters have been built higher authorities, we must live Insects become Immune to cer- little brother will imitate hen.."
under various public laws which off our existing Inventories without tain pesticides after constant ex- "You mean he can cackle likea rl

stipulated different cost limita new procurement. The Navy posure. The sprays and solu- hen" said the lady. I -
tions. Available funds condi- has a continuing program to redistribute tions must not only be lethalto "Naw," replied the youngster i ; i i I I4PI.fTPEA

tion what may be built in terms of furniture among pests but safe to humans and disgustedly. "He wouldn't do a
overall size of the unit, numberof activities in an effort to meet the SOUP
plants. The Department of Defense cheap Imitation like that. He'll
'baths all are public need for the more essential AGAIN 2 I
etc., yet hasTecognized these requirements eat a worm.
quarters and occupied on' a Items. and has adopted a .
forfeiture of allowance basis: policy of requiring meetings and

Normally, quarters are NX ANNOUNCES tests to be sure all Informationand
assigned according availabilityand (Continued from Page 1)) techniques are the very latest Prepare
the size of unit required for developments.So .

the member's family compo- Cafeteria (Bldg 118)) open 'til it was recently at NAS Jax
sition. No distinction is madein 1800; Bluejackets Inn 1200 when the Sixth Naval District for
the location (on or off station 2400; Snack Bar at Golf Shack Applied Biology Conference was
) or the size of the unit regular hours; Snack Bar inHan- held here. Pest control super-
(number of bedrooms) in rela- gar 140 and Bldg 200 closed. visors and operators from the
tion to the amount of BAQ for- December 25 All activitieswill Sixth Naval District met to exchange -
feited. For example, a family be closed except the new methods of pest con-
needing a four-bedroom unit following: Bluejackets Inn trol and pesticides techniques.The THE MEIIETE YAIIIETY TORE
could forfeit BAQ of $105 per 1200-0100. conference was conducted
month, while another family December 26 All activitieswill jointly by the staff of the Disease

needing only a two-bedroom unit. be closed except the follow- Vector Control Center and ento-
could forfeit $120 'per month. ing: Service Station (Bldg 26)) mologists from the Southeast
Thus, the amount of BAQ for- 0830-1430; Cafeteria (Bldg 3)) vision, Bureau of Yards and

feited cannot be equated to the 0600-2230; CafeteriaBldg554)-( ) Docks. ROOSEVELT MALL STORE ONLY ..
value the member receivesin 0630-1300; Cafeteria (Bldg 118)) During! the conference, speakers -

terms of size, location or 0600 continuous; Snack Bar, Golf from the Department of REG. $6.95Marvelite Terrific Value!
other amenities of the dwelling, Shack regular hours; and Blue Agriculture, the Florida State Insulated Girls & Women's
as one normally does in jackets Inn 12000100.
evaluating private housing in December 31 All activitieswill MEN'SJACKETS VINYL

relation to rent paid. be open regular hours except "TAKE FIVE"AT S491 $
absence of the Bluejackets Inn -open 12-00-
The provision or r
S-M.L Den
0100. $5.98SOY'S
Government furniture for public I
..quarters is a separate consldera- January L 1965 -All activities Hi IOIIII'SAMERICAN
will be closed except the REG. 59< VALUEVINYL
there is no legal
'tion. First
following; Cafeteria (Bldg 118))
entitlement to furniture. Second and Snack Bar; Golf Shack regular 100%
the provision or failure to pro- hours Bluejackets Inn SERVICE STATION FLEECE LINED
vide furniture is not a condition 1200-0100. ; CORNER ROOSEVELTAND 991- NYLON 38GLOVES -

determining adequacy of the SAN JUAN HEAD 't
January 2, 1965 -All activities
quarters. Thus, the forfeitureof at NAS, NATTC will be open regular PHONE 334-4185 SIZE 5-9 SQUARES EACH
BAQ relates to occupancy of Saturday hours. Activitiesat Tot 5 minutes for a
the public quarters structure, and Naval Hospital will be closed.
the provision or absence of furniture FREE MEN's INFANTS HOODED

has no bearing on such for- 100% COTTON
feiture. 500 DOGS Compile PRE-WINTER

Provision of furniture has beena (Continued from Page 1)) AUTO CHECK-UP SWEATSHIRTS PARKA
custom. However, the practiceof INCLUDES s 188 $S298
this custom has been changedby temperament standards for the QUILT LINING

Bureau of the Budget and Department German shepherd breed. e Battery SIZE 2.6XI
of Defense directives, Inquiries may be made at any C Tires
of of the training schools for sen-
which prescribe that occupants I Steeringe
and handler teams: Lack- S. 'ssr' J
public quarters are expectedto try Cooling
use personally-owned furni- land AFB, Tex.WiesbadenGer; '
and Showa, Japan. In the Wipers
ture. The Government may pro- many
vide furniture to supplement per United Kingdom, sentry dogs are FREE TV BINGO CARDSWe
sonal furniture as necessary for trained at a school operated by Give.S&n Green stamps .
livability of the quarters. How- the British in southern England.

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"0" Club Bluejackets Inn MoviesMovies I

will be shown regularly

Thursday, December 3 Thursday, December 3 7 P.M. Monday through Sat
Happy Hour 3:30-6 P.M. Carl Boyd 8:30-11:30: P.M. NATTC will have two feature :
Dinner 6-9 P.M. times 2 P.M. and 7 P.M t. on
R Friday, December 4 Friday, December 4 Saturdays and Sundays. The

P.M. Phil Cay 9-1 A.M. hospital will have one featureon
Hour 3:30-6
at 7 P.M.
.. December 5
Dinner 6-9:30 P.M. Saturday The Malnslde theatre will stay
Arnold 8-12 A.M.
Johnny Carl Boyd 9-1 A.M. the same except for the evening
r 1 Saturday, December 5 feature which will begin at 7:30:
: December 6
P.M. These are subject to
Dinner 6-9:30 P.M.
Sophit-Kats 8:30-11:30 P.M. March Wilson 8:30-11:30 P.M. change. I
TRIPLE CONGRATULATIONS for three Waves. A special luncheon\ December 7 Klddee Matinee at MainsIde
.. held Monday, November 23, feted three Waves who are retiring Sunday, December 6 Monday, theatre, Saturdays at 2 PM

soon, after a total of sixty years of service. Ltfjg( ) R. L. Hazard congratulates Buffet 6-9 P.M. Prime Ribs Pizza 2 for 1 Night Thursday, December 3

Elizabeth -Speed, PN2, while Capt. J. R. Mackroth, CO of Beef Tuesday, December 8 Malnslde A Shot in the Dark

NAS, offers a congratulatory handshake toMaybello Prater, AG1, Monday, December Happy Hour 5-7 P.M. Peter Sellers, Elke Sommer
and Ens C. M. Stephens gives a "well-done" to Louis Garner, PN1. NATTC Magnificent Seven -
3:30-6 P.M.
Happy Hour
All three received 'a plaque from Capt. Mackroth commemoratingtheir Dinner 6-9 P.M.Tuesday Wednesday, December 9 Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen

years of service. Game Night 8 P.M. Hospital Judgement at Nurem-
December 8 berg Spencer Tracy, Bun

THANKS FOR THANKSGIVING ing on my congratulations and a Foreign Dish Night 6-9 P.M. Lancaster
sincere "Well Done" to all your German Club Friday, December 4
( )
(Continued from Page 1)) personnel Involved in this fine Acey Ducey
Wednesday, December 9 Malnslde Bedtime StoryMarlon -
ments in making this 'past performance.With .
dinner all best wishes, Brardo, David Niven
Thanksgiving Day one 6-9 P.M. Fried
which our personnel and their Sincerely, Family Chicken Night Thursday, December 3 NATTC A Shot In the Dark

dependents will long remember. John R. Mackroth Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 P.M. Peter Sellers, Elke Sommer
I would appreciate your pass Captain. U.S.Navy Hospital Magnificent Seven -
Friday, December 4 Yul Bryrmer, Burt Lancaster
USO Notes
Special Floor Show Bob Garber Saturday, December 5
with Mark Castle Combo 8:30-
--t Thursday, December 3 12:30: A.M.Saturday. Malnslde Gladiators Seven-
Richard Harrison
lIlluHflUnnllllnlllullUllllnllllllnllfn -
Homemade Goodies Night December 5 NATTC Bedtime Story Mar-
I B BI lon Brando, David Niven
Friday, December 4 The Redcoats 8:30-12:30 A.M.
= = Hospital A Shot in the Dark
i= = Co-Ed NightSaturday Sunday, December 6 Peter Sellers, Elke Sommer

= December 5 Phil Cay 8:30-11:30 P.M. Klddee Matinee Return of

L I make yourself "at home" I PAL DAY AT ST. AUGUSTINE Monday, December 7 Dracula Sunday, December 6

Sunday, December 6 Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 P.M. Malnslde Td Rather Be Rich-

i at the I Central Baptist Church Tuesday, December 8 Sandra Dee. Andy Williams
NATTC Gladiators Seven -
Game Night 7:30 P.M.
Monday, December 7

r Hotel Ponce de [Leon I Join the Boys 8-11 P.M. Wednesday, December 9 Hospital Richard- Harrison Bedtime Story Man

Ion Brando, David Niven
Tuesday, December 8 Movies sports 8 P.M.
E andPonce Monday, December
Game Night
Club Malnside Night of the Iguana -
I. de Leon Motor Lodge Wednesday, December 9 CPO Richard Burton Ava Gardner

I ; Disc Jockey Show NATTC Td Rather Be Rich-
Sandra Dee, Andy Williams
during Thursday December 3
Hospital Gladiators Seven -

ii 5I I USO Armed Forces PAL DAY I II FRA 126 Pizza Night Friday, December 4 Richard Tuesday Harrison, December 8

"Turkey's Poppin", This Sat- Show Bob Garber Malnside The Outsider Tony

December 5th St. Augustine urday, December 5, the Fleet Dance to Mach FourSaturday Curtis, Anthony Franciosa
I I Reserve Assoclationwillsponsor December 5 NATTC Night of the Iguana-
a turkey shoot open to the public. Richard Burton, Ava Gardner
I Cocktail lounges The event will take place at 7673 Dance to Moonliters Hospital -*'d Rather Be Rich-
I Blanding Blvd. from 9 A.M. until Sunday, Decemb6r 6 Sandra bee Andy Williams

i Luncheon from $1.50, Dinner from $3.50 sundown. Besides providing a Wednesday, December 9
I chance to "prove your skill", Happy Hour 6-7 P.M.
there will be plenty of twelve Dance to Mark Castle Malnslde 'Becket Richard Burton -

pound gobblers for the 12-guage Monday, December 7 Peter O'Toole
I YoncediilIonE I shotgun marksman. NATTC The Outsider TonyCurtIS
Game and Pizza Night Anthony Franciosa
Hospital Night of the Iguana -
E HOTEL. MOTOR LODGE Tuesday, 8 & Wednesday, 9 Richard Burton, Ava Gardner

tnuunttttonnntnnumumtumnununnutmunuattuouiutunntnmtauuuuuu, mtunntuuauutuntottt Open NOTICEEffective
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December 13, the
time of the evening show at the
65' NAS Malnside Theatre will be
moved up to 7:00 P.M. rather
than the current starting

of 7:30 P.M.

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The Jacksonville Auxiliary of
Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
has obtained -
Relief Society 1w
I the Navy the services of Miss Bar- Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida to arrive not later than
Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
who will the
bara Blair, present too late for this deadline will be published the fol
Training Course of Volunteer lowing week unless the publisher is Instructed otherwise._
Women In February 1965. Miss A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
Blair comes from headquartersof received WITH the copy for the ad.
the Navy Relief Society In DO NOT SEND CASH.

Washington, D.C. NAVY WIVES dino In style at their recent Thanksgiving Dinner RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $1.00
The Society enlists your aid with their guest of! Honor being Cdr. and Mrs. L. A. Monard, Per additional line ((4 words per line). .. . 35
and cooperation In attending this Executive Officer asse.a sssalr radar tats -
NAS Jo*.
training course, which will beheld _. _till
February 9 through March HOME FOR SALE 2 yrs. old, '58 PLYMOUTH WAGON V-8: ,
5. The course is to be givenon Eagles Host 4 bedrm. 1 1/2 baths. AssumeVA R&H, auto/tran. One owner,

Tuesdays and Fridays, from 4 v Loan $65 a mon. $300.equity clean. $550.00 Call 771-0670.
9 A.M. to noon. Nursery care 6THANKSGIVING Girl ScoutsGirl free, ace. elem. sch. 2 blks.,
will be available for those who H.S. conv., 5 mil from NAS,

need It. Scout Troop No. 76, fromSt. yard fenced, patio roof, asking Real Estate Salesman specialistin
The Volunteer program is newat Stephens Episcopal Church, $350. for Extras, call 264-6129. military business. Contact
Jacksonville and: its success Jacksonville Robert Travis Asso., Inc. 6483
received VIP treat
depends upon the interest and ment at Patrol Squadron Sixteenon Roosevelt Blvd. EV 8-3583
support shown. The Auxiliarymust November 27. UPHOLSTERY and FURNITURE
advise headquarters at least the 17 members REPAIR Fabrics, plastics. C.
two weeks in advance of the starting their present exercised M. Courson, 5852 llOthSt.Phone NEED A HOME? $50 $100
curiosity by 771-1326. Dn. VA FHA resales. AU
date of the course, about the the
"Eagles' hangarand areas, close to bases. Move in
number of volunteers who planto ...... --....".. the new P-3A "Orion" patrol fast. Call
Eves. 771-
attend, so that the training bomber. Each visitor us today.
guides and supplements can be FEAST is received 557 OAK Furs Apt. $50. 3 rIDS 2276. Herman Godwin. Bkr. EV
forwarded. Anyone interested in served to members of'the Navy Commander an Honorary Certificate Patrol for Plane hav- & bath, ideal for S-man withwife 7- 651 24 hrs.
Wives Club 86. and working dnm. Jax. Owner 388-
attending is requested to call Dancing ing Inspected "with diligence and
Mrs. R. J. Cales, Chairman at dining wore the highlights of the genuine interest the P-3A 9886.
Ext. 8645, or Mrs. J. T. Dilley, evening for the ladies and their "Orion" patrol bomber." EARN EXTRA CASH must be
pres. empL, 21 or over. Phone
Co-Chairman at Ext. 8588.
husbands.. Accompanying the troop on BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY For 2642158.
their tour were Leader, Mrs.R. .
sale. Franchise with national
C. Copeland, Mrs. H M. Ty- company. Now held by Naval
ner, and Mrs. C. B.
Nettles The personnel Moderate Investment. ORETAGA FARMSloveJyunfr,
Wrap up yourholiday scouts VP-16 visit fulfill will requirements help the girl for Will finance. Ideal for retiredor garage apartment, all large

their Active Citizen active.duty, partners or husband rooms, very modern. 771-0739.
wife team. Selling below
Before leaving the squadronarea cost. Reply Box 2 F 4724
shopping the girl scouts were presented Clyde Dr. Jacksonville Florida. FOR SALE by officer going
an "Eagles" plaque by
overseas. Sony 4 track stero
Lt T,
N. VP-16
McDowell per- tape recorder with 24 recorded

sonnel officer FOR SALE Upright Freezer tapes, Trio-stero amp. with SW/
22 Cubic Feet Carrier Excellent FM/AM tuner with multiplex and
Condition Cash&Carry pioneer speakers GrundlgHi-Fl
rt11 for $175.00. Call388-8214,0800- set, 8 mm. movie camera and

1800 Monday-Friday only. proj., 35 mm. proj., lightbar,
tripod, bath scales, bar stools,
complete bedroom suite, G. E.
FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto elec. dryer, double bed frame,
NAS $50. down $50 month. 23 in. TV in need of repair,
Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- gold balls, elec guitar, with case
I 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. and large amplifller, complete
set of drums bar bell set, chestof
drawers, Gilbert microscopeset.
ORANGE PARK Split level, 3 All items prices to sell
DENNIS AND KENNET ..o, bdr. 2 1/2 bath, cent A/C, den quickly. See at 6541 Cooper Lane.
it's Kenneth and Dennis. Anyway patio. Owner, 264-6186. (near Wilson Jammes inCedar

they're the Slezak brothers Hills, Hyde Park area)EV 9-6779

who are attending the 6-week
.with HFC LoanSee UNFURN. APT FOR RENT 3863 COLLINS RD. Furnishedapt.
an Shopper's Marine Mechanical & Fundamentals
Blanding Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 BR, 1 bedroom, $65 mo. 264-
School at MAD, NATTC Kit. Equip. 3 mi. NAS $115 mo. 677L

HFC's military loan specialist for your special Jacksonville. The twins enlisted Owner 7718697.

Shopper's Loan today. Shop anywhere for every- together in the Marine Reserve

one on your holiday list-and save by paying cash. under the month program, got FURNISHED APT. Riverside,
There'll be no big load of after-holiday bills to their PFC stripes at the sometime FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex 2732 Lydia near Park and King.

worry about, because you repay H FC sensibly and and when finished their tour of 3-plex, 4 pie, 3 ml NAS $115 1 bedroom, lights and water furn.
conveniently. For the extra cash to cover all your mo. Owner 771-8697 Adults, no pets $60. mo.
will work
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DECEMBER, 1964k1'

Red BiLLE1' PkaoF ,, .

Wily A Miip p Is S SaHedASI" ; -7/

't 11! f( k1'' GraduationFortytwo A I Ib I-

new Red Cross
Volunteers, mostly military dependents -
were graduated on We always call a ship a "she
Wednesday evening,November 18at And not without,reason
a candlelight service In All For she displays a well shaped
Saints ChapeL In addition 44 knee
experienced volunteers received Regardless of the season.
i' recognition for from one to 14 She scorns the man whose heartis
years of volunteer service. faint
M, } Mrs. Ralph Court, Red Cross And doesn't show him pity,
Volunteer Field Consultant was And like a girl, she needs the
the featured speaker. CDR. paint
Geraldine Hoop, Chief Nurse, To keep her looking pretty.
capped the new volunteers who For love she'll brave the ocean
then received their pins and vast
certificates from Mrs. Harold Be she gig or cruiser;
Brown, Chairman of Supporting But If you fall to tie her fast
Volunteer Services,DuvalCounty You're almost sure to lose her. r
Chapter, American Red Cross, She's happiest beneath the stars,
and Mr. Charles Gross, Red A time for speculation /HAVE ANY IIENDSHIP'
Cross Field Director,NAS Jack- And has a hatred for all bars RINGS ?? 1/
ATTENTIONall sonville. Captain William S. Just like Carrie Nation.Be .
Baker, Jr. Hospital Commanding firm with her and she'llbehave
Navy PersonnelTravel Officer, accepted the new classof When skies are dark above you, Most"good listeners" a cynic
volunteers for service In US And let her take a water wave, says, are usually thinking about
Naval Hospital Jacksonville and Praise her and she'll loveyou. something else.
also presented the service That's why a ship must havea T Harry Thompson
awards. Mate Sales Management
Gifts were presented by Mrs. She needs a good provider,
W. D. Toole, Gray Lady Chairman A good strong arm to keep her
to Mrs. E. F. Hllderbrant, straightTo /SaturdayONLY.
former Gray Lady Chairman, and comfort her and guide her.
Mrs. S. Carlisi, former Staff For such she'11 brave the toughest .
Aide Chairman, on behalf of the gales ,
volunteers. And angry seas that crowd her, AGE
And in a brand new suit of sails ON r
No dame looks any prouder.The OAZf
ship Is like a dame in that /**<[ SHOW*
She's feminine and '
swanky, i n t1 Ihhld"
I You'll find the one that's broad RIAL GONE
I ,SHARE $ and fat

THE IlinmiituHEALTH Is never mean or cranky
Yes, ships are ladylike, Indeed SO SCARY-WE DARE YOU!
For, take them altogether, Sit Thru It AU-And You Win
The ones that show a lot of speed FREE
Can't stand the roughest '?& PASS KoyjaDO

Jimmy Stewart stood gazing
silently and wonderingly at the
crib where his firstborn lay gurg

oo ling.After
watching the tender scene
home on furloughthe for a moment, his wife, Betty,
tiptoed over and put her arm

quick, low-cost way. through his. .
C f'U g. ehiwaCHRISTMAS "A penny for your thoughts,

by Coast Line Train dear," she whispered."I .
SEALS can't get over It, answeredthe 4y
F1CHT TB AND OTHER carpenter softly. "How the 47Y
this for "
only $29? F

Four trains daily to the North. Also, daily

service to the West and South. / tevE


1 CJstJk"then. / ., low one way furlough fares o iotrA1

mu ,
1 .. 1113 alKYLPAGE
M Cask for 017 ttrpose. Just ptwi.. and tell 'usK
-. .. .. 1IuK 2443PtTTWHSH ..w much y.4 want. Pick wp the cash at your
25.J3 convenience. Some-doy service.
WS1W1 30.15
ST. LOUIS 22.40
MIAMI 9.18 You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt. 1wy1

Fares to other cities on request $ 84.33 $ 5.00 $355.79 S 21.00 ::
151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 ; rf
219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00 I
For information and reservations contact: 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39DIALT

B. C. Miller, CPA
Atlantic Coast Line Railroad i payments include interest.
500 Water SLJacksonville

Phone: EL 3-1244 St 2E0: 6 S Pie Choul
.t 7:50 FM. *n4 f.M,
RAILROAD 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 DOO S OPEN 12i3$
5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 IMPERIAL
"Thanks for Using Coast Line"

CEMBER 3, 1964

I Pictures For All OccasionsPhotography From FAPLfilmprocessing 1 _-- M (

Is An Invaluable the station. The normal com- equipment lathe I
set In today's Navy. Photo- plement for this II
activity Is half world today. Electronis ma- qt ri )
aphy is needed to substantiate again that number. "
chines have replaced the old inspection" -
from missiles Incomntst ,
erythlng Naturally FAPL
has the method of developing
countries to reports con- responsibility of sup po r tin I g film with an electronic process I I
rning equipment to automobile every activity aboard
the station. which automatically regulates
ccident Investigations to Fleet However, the biggest single development time and exposure. (
lome Town News Center stories.To volume of work which
they must Equipment In the local lab costs _
handle this tremendous process comes from aerial hundreds of thousands of dollars.It .
i-orkload, NAS Jacksonville has missions of VFP-62
VAP-62, often becomes the responsibility acv tj
unit known as the Fleet Air and the VP squadrons. This of the duty sectionto
|>hoto Lab. This Photo Lab ishe film ranges In size from 70 mm process and print this aerial
most unique command aboardhe to nine inch film. reconnalsance film since it Is '?

station In that photographers Speed Is the most important often delivered to the photo lab j- IL: \
rdered to VP squadrons. single factor In developing and after normal working hours. If
4ARTU, VAP-62,Naval Hospital, printing film of the nature. The you ever happen to be passingthe
Lnd of course NAS Jacksonville Cuban crisis of 1962 manifestedthe lab very late at night and ;
11 wind up working In this lab need for quick development of notice men are working, rest _
vhtch Is a division of VFP-62 aerial reconnalsance photo- assured that their work is nec- atlqTJk
ased at Cecil Field I graphy. The same high priority essary and important to the defense _:
Not only unique but also hardworking must be given to film taken of of this country. _
that is the Fleet Air all shipping surveillance and That in itself Is not the whole :;;.t
hoto Lab. The 39 men working aerial reconnalsance. story of work done at FAPL.
| there handle all the photographic To do this, FAPL Is equippedwith While that Is singularly the most W.O. SHEPARD FAPL's leading chief, discusses tfie worUood of
work being done aboard some of the most modern Important and biggest job being the photo lab with Ltjg E. G. Marsden, offic.r intharg. of the lab.

handled the entire operation Is
much bigger than that. Thereare
Bringing In The Yule TreeThe literally hundreds of other
little jobs being done each and:!
every day in FAPL. Portraits
Legends, Folk Tales and Customs of Christmas Find their Re- must be taken of all officers

flection in the Colorful Lights of that Universal Symbol of the when reporting aboard for duty

(Season, the Christmas Tree. when gaining a new rank etc.,
for BUPERS and local ros-
The was 1776 and the were many beautiful legends many
ter boards. Pictures must be
[weather In this foreign land had associated with the tree. One S _
taken of all auto accidents aboard
been bitterly cold.It of the most popular of these was the
High priorities are
was Christmas Eve and a first transcribed In a religious
given to the photographs which
group of homesick l ssian manuscript many centuries ago
in the Jax Air News.
appear '
soldiers huddled forlornly around! by an unknown monk In the king- M !
Movies taken of
are important
their campsite on the icy banksof dom of Sicily.It _
the Delaware River at Trenton tells how, on the night the events on the station, and photo- DEO LAPE, PHI is in charge of'
New Jersey. Christ Child was born, all living graphic coverage of reen- the camera repair section of DAVE RENTZ, PH2 works Inth.
listments and retirements all
require -
Two days later these men would creatures journeyed to the and FAPL. Here he inspects one of production section of the lab.
processing printing by
be: taken captive in a bold stable to pay homage to the new- FAPL, to name a few. the press cameras used on the He's a handyman with the cam
maneuver by American troops born king. station. era and rubber stamp.
under General Washington. But Even the trees joined in the
the last thing the Hessian brigade pilgrimage. The olive gave Its
cared about this night was the fruit and the palm its dates.
outcome of the colonial struggle But the fir tree had no gift to
against the mighty power of offer and stood humbly in the
England. rear. An angel noted its plight NEW HOURS
They were far from home and:! and asked the stars to descendand
they sadly missed the good rest In the limbs of the tree.
cheer the traditional Gemuet- At so beautiful a sight, the
llchkelt shared by family and Christ Child smiled and blessedthe
friends at this blessed season humble fir, and, says the legend -
of the year. to this day the fir tree remains -
But gradually as fir trees were ever green the year round.
chopped down and brought insideto
be decorated with makeshift
Two Medieval SymbolsThe

dles ornaments In the and centuries-old lighted with tradi-can- Christmas tree as we knowIt NOW OPEN TO IAM 1 :

tion of their f forefathers, today evolved from two
memories of happier holidays began medieval religious symbols, the
to warm the wooden huts. paradise tree and the Christmas
And once again, as they gathered light.In.
about the tree to sing the ancient an age before books, MON. THRU SAT.
Christmas hymns the spirit of teachers dramatized the story of

the season worked its magic the Bible, using a makeshift stage
spell. and simple scenery. One of the
Thus it was, by a curious twistof most popular presentations was

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Yuletide customs, was first a fir tree with apples tied to its
lighted In America by a handfulof branches was placed on the stage.

homesick enemy soldiers. The Christmas light was a can
The idea and the tradition ofthe dle burned on Christmas Eve as
Christmas tree spread a Symbol of the coming of the Little Pigs
rapidly through the young country light of the world. It was often
[to the years that followed. From mounted on a pyramid decoratedwith OF AMERICA
Germany, through Europe and tinsel and glass balls.
[England and ono America -
specially In the 19th Century,
the golden age of Christmas IDeaiRJL
the spirit of Christmas was re- IkeQwfi
flected in the colorful.lights and ,

ay decorations of the tree. Hckorysmr

A Roman Custom edLOVA"
The custom itself may be YOU'LL KNOW WHY! CARE
[traced as far back as the Ro-
[man celebration of the feast of RIVERSIDE
paturn when trees were trimmed JUST NORTH .OF NAS MAIN GATE

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CFJ"A", Griffons 3-1 Intramural

Continental League
Inspectors, Mix Masters 40NARTU1

Spartans 3-1
BowlingLeading teams still remain un-
Avions. Strikers 1/2-1/2
defeated In the Intramural
Spoilers, Flying Phantoms 4-0
action, OiR
the American Leagueare Burgermasters, Supply 3-1
6-0, and AOMD 6-0, both In the
the Mad Foxes, 43-13; the Owl Hoots, Sky Warriors 3-1
American while In the
Eagles 35-17; and the Electronsat Paymasters, Pizzans 3-1 League
National League the top spot Is
3620. FCEUR02. Sparks 3-1
knotted by VP-30 and VP-7. both
Topping the teams In the Con- CUrsors Cutters 4-0
sporting 5-1 records.
tinental League are the Cursorsat
The results of last weeks
44-16; NARTU1# at 37-23;and awAr

the Avions at 34 1/2 21 1/2. Special actions are: 15-6 COMNAVAIRLANfS BEST-Members of' the USS Shangri-La's
Comm, FICEUR 12-14, ,
Heading thelistoftop"kegler"teams 15-12 Intramural Touch Football team, representing Commander Fleet

In the National League are TicketsThe O&R. Hosp 15-1, 15-6 Air Jacksonville, are 'front row 'from L to R: D. L. Furr, R. T. Sob-
the FICEUR: CPO's at 39-13;
Army AFES at 38-18; and the AOMD, Marines 15-4, 15-12 bowiak E. Pharris, Jack Regsdale, Ron Lavielle and Wendall Johns.ton. .

Air Frames at 38-18. NAS Jax Special Services Weapons, Supply 12-15, 15-12, Back Row: James Swords, L. E. Guffey, R. A. Col stock, Randy
The results of last weeks actionare ticket office has acquireda 15-12 15-8 Lusby, Leroy Murray, Grady Burnseed,-Ike-Ayers and Coach James
O&R. Supply ,
: limited number of tickets to AOMD, Comm 12-14.15-6,10-7 Archer. Shangri-La edged out runnerup ComFairArgentia by the

American league the Gator Bowl Basketball tournament Hosp, Marines 15-11, 13-15 score of 20-18 in the AirLant tournament held recently in Norfolk.
to be held December 29-
15-13 ( Photo
Riggers, Pelicans 3-1 30. The Prices for these ticketsare Navy )

Mad Foxes, ComStore5 4-0 $1, $2, and $2.50. The dead FICEUR Weapons 15-10.15-11 1315VAP62" vN}.;. ;.y.. .s::iiv'tiU
Chiefs, Needlers 3-1 line for acquiring these tickets
A", NARTU 11-15,
Cannon Cockers FAPL 4-0 has been set as December 21,
17-15 14-9 ..
Eagles Pan Handlers 4-0 and they will be sold on a first ,,ti.ti: }} }:Y.,14;:;:+}:}?:;$sikati:
VP-30, VP-16 15-1 12-14,
Neptunes, Electrons 3-1 come first serve basis. Many 16-14
Hellions, Thunderheads 3-1 good seats are available.
VP-7, FAPL 15-10, 15-9

VAP-62"B", VP-45 15-13,
14-16, 15-11
Interservice Basketball
VP-16, NARTU 15-0 15-0
AND THE BEACHES VP-30, VAP-62"B" 15-1,15-5 Jax One
Navy "Cagers" Drops
VP-7, VAP-62"A" 15-1, 16-14

.1BmmI1Il1m And Wins One Game At GlyncoThe

FRITZ Jax Navy Fliers basketball team open their 1964-65 season
by splitting two games with Glynco Navy this past weekend.Jax .
\ I 0 PARMA Ret. SUNG Navy lost the opening game to Glynco In the Friday night

% CPO action by the score of 68-64 and then went into the Saturday night

owner 1'You competition to cop a 59-50 victory.! ---r---,

In the I Friday night action the Basketball!!

can insure your car witha taller Glynco "cagers" made It
company that meets the tough on the shorter Jax Navy Double Header

Harold Pannaa If ajportFrit O.O.D. DIRECTIVE in your squad, but this in it's self was Immediately following the Fri-

Loo*Webber Peran, Jr. Norman Roosevelt b state and you get these not the determining factor for day and Saturday night games between -
BIG advantages: their victory, as the Jax squad Glynco Navy and Jax Navy
threw the game away at the foul in the Malnslde Gym, which will
mm t N eHRisTMAi tivi? COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE line with poor marksmanship by start at 1830 the Cecil Field

COVERAGE capitalizing on only 10 of 25 free "cagers" will take on Moody

SAVE YOUI MONEY 101 CHRISTMAS s throw attempts. Bobby Warner, AFB and this game is slatedto
IMMEDIATE PROTECTION of FICEUR, led the Navy Fliers get underway at approximately
scoring with 22 points with Chuck 8:15 PM, both nights. Cecil.
NO DOWN PAYMENT 0COUNTRY Austin, also of FICEUR, contri- Field's gymnasium is currently

WIDE/ buting 15 points in the losing under renovation procedures,

NO PAYMENTS UNTIL JAN 1stWE CLAIM SERVICE encounter.In will therefore be played"many here of their at

0 the mark-
Saturday's game Also of Saturday, December 5, .
THE USN throw ability proved to be instru- Cecil Field and Jax Navy will
PLANS tangle in a volleyball game,which
mentlal their 59-50 win, as they
WITH PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES CALL OR VISIT TODAY FOR capitalized on 11 of 13 attempts. will get underway at 5 P.M.

FREE FREE I FREE RATES AND INFORMATION Chuck' Austin of FICEUR, and Other members of thejax Navy
John Fabislak, of VAP-62, led
I team were Richard Todd,VAP-
WHEEL WHEEL BRAKE in the scoring with 16 and 15
62 John
; Brady, Security;
BALANCE ALIGNMENT ADJUSTMENT (g points respectively. Jim Taylor, Jim McCombs, Supply; Jim
of VP-16, came through with out Sheets, Communications and
INSURANCE COMPANYAn standing floor play and tremendous Leon Butler of FAPL.
B.ACK RECAPS I 6CV. 5BlK I '50x14 AKIiott' of defensive ability inbothof
3 & 14 I TT I .WSWTBLSS7. Coreaaanf Impfori 'Inivranct Compeafof the games. On Friday and Saturday,
Wmhmftofl, 0. C. Although disappointed with the December 4-5, Jax Navy will

St0. Jacksonville Office: first loss, Coach Richerson, of meet Glynco Navy In return engagements -

VA-176, had high praise for the beginning at 6:30
338 W.Forsyth Street team's hustle and determinationand P.M. In the Mainside Gym.
Telephone 355-8424
feels that a little more work
ALL OTHER SIZES iOW LOW LQW together will help considerably in APPLIANCESand

knitting a winning Jax Navy team.



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} i100 QD :: Fla Fish Have 8-1 Odds Of Linkster SeasonClosesPlay Off

Football Can Be Fun Ending Up On Hook & LineDespite

By Date Bur gin Set For TodayWith
plentiful catches and fishermen's exaggerations, the
You might have been In Madrid instead of average
Washington And Insteadof Florida Fresh fish holds natural odds of 8 1
water to
a football game you might have been watching Domlneutn fight game the final action in the Station's -
ending on a hook and line.
,E1 Fierce, the world's meanest bullIt up Intramural Golf competition -
This probability rate of catching a fish under mythical ideal circum-
that that this week
was gruesome, colorful and that the being up
noisy on
campus established the Florida Game and Fresh
stances was recently by
of Georgetown University in Washington Admin and A/C Maint are tied
Saturday, Nov. 2L The
Water Fish Commission in results of scientific
announcing a four-year
thing'iniss1 8'.was the wine sacks for the American League Lead,
only few
although a in the fun-
of fish their survivaland
study conservation growth rates, migration,
loving crowd may have made up for it as they cheered and chanted rate of harvest. In the handicap division, at 9-3
while the Georgetown Football club did in the New York University and a resulting play-off game Is
Many other fishing facts were established in the project involving the
Club team, 28-6. being played today on
tfie world's most extensive fish the annual Schlitz
," said NYU coach Bob tagging program Hospital AU alreadyhas
"My, my Windish, standing on the field
Florida Fishing Derby in which all costs are defrayed by the Jos.
the third in
"This place position
before game. Georgetown bunch has picked up right where Schlitz Brewing
left pff.( He the Company. 10 pounds in the league all sewed up.
they was referring to crowd which went nuts when Since the Derby first began in rarely get over
the Georgetown Club trotted onto the field and to the last time a South Florida. That may be due Games being played this.week
1961, more than 6,400 tagged salt
will be the factors
Georgetown team played. to the fact, says the report, that determining
and fresh water fish have been
Windish remembers because he was a defensive end for Georgetownin food Is more plentiful in South In deciding the National league
to state for
1951, the year his Alma Mater dropped footbalL The Hoyas lost study by fishermen who agencies receivedover Florida than in Central Florida, leaders and the Intramural tour-

that game, 7-6, to George Washington University in old Griffith $243,000 from Schlitz In feeding seasons are longer, and nament participants.The .
Stadium. That game, he said, ended in screaming bedlam.As awards ranging from $25 to South Florida bass figurativelyeat results of last weeks action

for this game, there was more finesse among old grads singingthe $10,000 for their contributionsto themselves to death. are Hdcp. Scratch
fight song than in what was going on down on the field. Most of conservation and recreation.Salt "With an abundance of food anda
the cheering on both sides was for recovered fumbles, intercepted water studies under the long growing season," says the A/C Malnt,VP-30"A"8-1 5-1
passes, poor passes from center on punts any error by one team program have been conducted by report, "bass die of 'old age'without Hosp "A", FAETU 8-1 5-1
FAW-11 VP-5 6-3 4/ 1Vl
that would give the other team the ball. the State Board of Conservation living very long. '
f Yr2 12'/r3'/1
In the gruesome first half, the Hoyas lost four fumbles inside their which also has compiled several The authors told of difficulties VP-5, VAP-62
own 25. The Violets, who had a fun-loving cheering section of their scientific[ [ publications on Its encountered in their studies by a FAW-11, VP-30"B"P-3 4-2
own down from New York would either fumble the ball back or throwit findings.In tendency of Florida fishermen to

way. But the fourth Georgetown fumble, late in the second quarter, the fresh water study, exaggerate sizes of their catches." IntramuralFootball
came on the Hoya 3-yard line and NYU managed to score its only 28,805 tagged fish of 10 specieswere "In a great many cases, the
said "the length and
touchdown. report ,
released in 120 lakes,
Three bad passes from center on punts in the second half set up streams and canals throughout (Continued on Page 12))

Georgetown scores. The Hoyas' fourth TD came when two 15-yard- Florida, and 3,586 were returnedby VP-30, 11-1 and Communications -
penalties put the ball on the Violets' five. cooperating fishermen for 12-1, are still maintain-
For Georgetown, it was a winning season. TheHoyas/inished 1-0. scientific examination.Of Ping PongThree ing their commanding leads in
NYU went winless in two trlesl slng to Fordham in early November.The these, 9,079 large mouth the Intramural Football ranks, in
two clubs were made up of anybody who wanted to play. Every- bass were released, and 2,537, teams are undefeated in the American and National
thing was limited practice time, equipment and experience. For or 27.9 per cent, returned, the the Intramural Ping Pong com- leagues, respectively.
these young men, the name of the game was enthusiasm.It's largest catch of any tagged petition, two In the American Finishing out the top three In
the same way in service football. Whether it's a touch football variety. This Indicated that large League, ComFairJax and VAP- the American League are VP-7 at
league on the post or base, or inter-service competition between installations mouth bass are the easiest 62, both at 4-0, and Hospital In 8-3 and Hospital at 8-4. In the
the name of the game is fun. Florida specie to catch, and are the National League at 5-0. National League it's Air Force
You don't have the big bands, the triple-decked stadium, the scadsof either more careless hungrier The results of last weeks actionare 679th at 8-5 and NARTU at 7-5.
cheerleaders and all the other frills. You have only a groupof than other kinds. : The results of last weeks playare
men who may or may not have been high school greats who On the other hand, bluegllls FICEUR. VP-45 5-0 :
get a kick out of playing and doing the best they can. had the best record for escaping Hospital, NAMTG 41O&R VP-7, VP-45 6-2
capture, with only 507 of 11,658 Marines 4-1 AF679th, Ql R 24-12
IntramuralBasketball released being caught, a per- CFJ. VP-7 4-1 Comm, FICEUR 30-0
centage of 4.3. A/C Malnt, Security 5-0 VAP-62, Marines 12-6
Other species studied and percentages Admin, NARTU 5-0 NARTU, MARTD 120Don't
of returns Included

chain pickerel, 26.9; tilapia, 15;
redbreast sunfish, 13.8; channel 1
catfish, 11.8; spotted sunfish be a "last minute"Santa
The second week of "Cager" 1L3; war mouth bass, 6.4; black
yjiw I HIIIJIJ unj, play In the Intramural BasKet- crappie, 6.3; and redear sun-
THE fciwi ft-iiMtitOFFICE ball competition came up with the fish, 4.9. The average catch was
following results: 12.5 per cent, about one In eightof
Denotes high scorer for the all fish released.

game. Returns of all species were % next year.
VAP-62, A/C Maint 41-40 unusually high,however, and John
Deloney A/C Maint-20 pts. W, Woods, head of the com-

VP-16, VP-30 55-41 mission's fisheries division, r'p J;
LOUNGE *Ewing VP-16 21 pts. attributed this fact to substantial a y

: CFJ, Disp 43-33 awards offered to cooperating
*Jenkins Disp 19 pts. fishermen.

DANCING NVf.6l.V- VP-18, NARTU 2-0 Another interesting finding in
(forfeit) the report, written by William
8iPMDOUBLES Comm, FAW-11 2-0 L. Weggener and James P.Clug-
(forfeit) ston of the commission's
VP-7, Admin 44-31 fisheries experiment station, isa
Komarek VP-7 14 pts. reason for the difference in
FICEUR, VP-18 49-36 size of bass in Central and South
*Austin F'ICEUR 19 pts. Florida. (4ristmas illluh
AF679th, Weapons 51-46 Central Florida is noted for
*Davis AF679th 18 pts. its 10 and 15-pound bass. Bass

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weights of fish reported at the
time of recapture were too unreasonable -
to be accepted as 1b
\ truth and too unrealistic to be
t' valid. Thus, much data on fish Recently a clean-up crew
: growth had to be rejected. picked! up two tons of trash

S;.. 'S "If the program Is continued, left on the shores of a small
', the fish with the tag Intact will public fishing pond located in a
;,,, be turned in to the commissionso northeastern state. Two tons I b
the fish may be measured and And this had been left on the A
,2. x'C weighed by technical personnel. ground by fishermen during just
.' y.: ;' : Although fresh water fish have one season.Is .
little chance migrate from land It any wonder that property
;ate locked areas, the study found they owners who control access to
h 4 some salt water varieties do. choosy about whom they let fish

... In one experiment, fish taken on their land? In fact, many of
;t: : from one of a series of six canal- them will give a one word answer -
connected lakes and released in when asked about fishingon e
.. .. ,' c. .., 1
." "' z the farthermost lake found their their land "Nor'
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?%: jj < :.,,::,:.'*:.?.r*. them. Righteously, the average fisher- 0
man (or hunter) will deny any
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