Jax air news

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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 7, 1965


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Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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


Active Duty Personnel CFC PROGRESS REPORT NAS To Observe .. .

NAS Jax . . 57%

HA TTC. . . 117%
Insured For $10,000The NARTU . . 74%

MARTD . . 73% 25th AnniversaryJacksonville

Hosp. . . . 34%
President's signature on Public Law 89-214 provided all FA W ell. . . 33%

active duty military personnel with $10,000 life insurance cover- CFJ. . . . 38% Naval Air Station will celebrate its 25th anniversary -
age. The law went into effect Sept. 29. Cecil . . . 47% with an Open House Oct. 16 and 17. The Open House will
Servicemen on active, duty for 30 days or more were automati- Ma yport. . . 76% feature an Air Show and Aircraft Static displays.Exchmge .
cally covered by the Servicemen's Group Life Insurance at a'
premium cost of approximately $2. This amount is being auto- MAD . . . 67% Included in the air show will'
RCFAD . . 70 be the Blue
matically deducted from each member's % Angels, Mr. Charles
Personnel who do not wish pay. Civilians . . 59% OffersAnniversary Hilliard (Aerial Acrobat), the i

the $10,000 SGLI coverage may ((4)) executor or administratorof Military . . 49% Flying Professor (Capt. Richard
elect in writing to choose the insured's estate, or ((5)) other SaleTo Schramrru USNR, Ret.) the "Va-
$5,000 coverage or not to be next of kin entitled under the por Trails" (NAS Jax sport parachute -
insured. Until' the appropriateform laws of domicile. Uniform Change help commerate the 25th club) and selected events
is completed, however, all Included under the law is s Anniversary of the Naval Air by fleet aircraft.
members are insured for retro-active feature going backto Station, the NAS Jax Exchangewill The Air Show will begin at
$10,000. January 11957. Survivors of Slated for Nov.It's have a sale commencing 2 p.m. and will last approxi- ..
Beneficiaries named by the military personnel who died because Monday, Oct. 11 and continuing mately two hours. It is sche-
insured will collect either in a of military duty since that time to get these through Saturday Oct. 16. duled to Include a total of 10

lump sum or over a period of time will be entitled to receive "blues" out of mothballs. Per- There will be a reduction of events.
C6:; months. Should the insured a lump sum of 5000. This sonnel at NAS Jax will officially prices in the retail store on such The static displays will be .
composed of exhibits in the Na-
elect the limp sum payoff his figure will be minus whatever shift into the Service Dress Blue items as lamps, certain types of
val Air Reserve Unit
beneficiaries can still choose to government benefit already Uniform on Nov. 1. To insure film, watches golf clubs, men's Training
collect over a period of been collected. that they will not be out of uniform and women's wearing appareland hanger ((117)) and the adjacent
36 months. However, if the Congress also broadened the personnel are urged to toiletries. parking ramp. There will be
serviceman chooses the 36 month circumstances under which the check with current uniform regu- There will also be special personnel available to answer
plan, his beneficiaries will not government will pay the final lations. buys In the Express Stores Gas pertinent questions' for the
collect the lump sum instead. decision in such cases being Tropical Khaki Long Uniformis Stations, Barber Shops, Beauty displays.
Personnel may choose anyoneas left to the Veterans Adminis- authorized for officers and Salon, Cobbler Shop, Laundry The Naval Air Station Band
their beneficiary, but should tration. CPO's. Enlisted personnel are and the Watch Repair Shop.A will give a concert on both after-
they fail to designate anyone Servicemen who are released permitted to wear the working Navy Exchange spokesmansaid noons of the Open House. ,
then the payment will be madein from active duty and who wantto blue uniform while on the station the sale was a small way The gates to the Air Station f j
the following order of priority continue their coverage will only. Waves are remindedthat of saying"Thank You" to their will open to the public at 11 a.m.
: (1)) widow or widower, ((2)) be able to select similar cover- white gloves are to be worn friends for their patronage and it Is estimated that over
child or children, ((3)) parents, age from a list of companies. with the uniform. throughout the year. 0 .000 will attend.


I (Congratulations 350 To Be Advanced in Six Increments -'

White, E. J. to YN2 Wetzel, D. L. to ADJ2 Isham, J. L. to AE3 Landers, J. R. to AE3
NAVAL AIR STATION, JAX ZeUff, C. S. to AZ2 Wilhite, E. D. to AMH3 Jenkins, M. T. to A02 Silcott, D. W, to AE3
To be advanced Nov. 16, 1965 To be advanced Dec. 16, 1965 Wood, L. to ADJ2 Johnson, D. 1.. to A03 Stuczynski, W. J. to AE3

Aratau, R. B. to $D3 Barton, M. J. to ATN3 To be advanced Apr. 16, 1966 Manin, 0. H. to AE3Mc'Claine'J. Taylor, J. A. to A03
Brock, J. A. to AB1I3 M. to AE3
Bailey, C. T. to ADR3 Hansen, R. LL to RM3 Burton D. R. to AX3 Moffett, J. L. to A03 To be advanced Feb. 16, 1966
Baker, D. J. to AZ3 Knight, R. C. to ATR3 Chambers, R. H. to RM3 Olsen, E. R. to AEC
Barton, J. A. to RMI Lear, G. 1.. to TM3 Pettinato J. J. to ADR3 Racioppi.J. J. to AE3 Goocher, J. L. to A03
Bishop, B. M. to Ac EN2' M.nrero, H. S. to DT2 Rosano, R. to YN3 Richards, H. 0. to AE3 Jennings, C. D. to AE3
R. C. to
to CYN3 Shourd, J. C. to RM2 Ross, A. E. to AE3 Kelly J. O. to AE3
Case L.
Caney,, K. R. to A03 To be advanced Jan. 16, 1966 COMFA7RJAX' Roberts, K. W. to AE3 Perry, A. B. to AEC
Chandler E. E. to AC3 To be advanced Nov. 16, 1965 Rusinko A, J. to AE3 Reynolds M. L. to AE3
Bonner, W. V. to CSl Scott, A. W. to AE3 Womack, L. E. to AE3
Cloud, A. J. to ATR2Cowart Carroll,J. w. to ADR3 W. B. White to AXCS. Stone, D. R. to A03
E. J. to AZ2 Galvez, T. C. to SD3 J. Jones to BMCR. Stokes G. W. to AE3 To be advanced Mar. 16, 1966
Eilers, T. J. to RM3 Green, B. D. to RM3 E. Sparks to RM3W. Stokes, N. U. to AE3
Ellis, R. D. to SK2 Grimes, G. II. to ADJI M. Cassidy to RM3 Travis J. G. to AE3 Burgess N. K. to AE3 ? "
Ellis, F. P. to BMI Land, W. L. to RMI To be advanced Apr. '76, 7966 Vick J. L. to AO3 Schmidt, J. H. to AE3
felter, R. 11. to ETN2 Sims, R. L. to ETR2 J. F. Mack to YN3 Vickers M. J. to A03
Found, R. f. to MUI Truesdale, C. D. to RM2 Walker, R. E. to AE3
To be advanced Apr. 16 '7966
Gerardi, Al to ETN2 Trent, T. to SFC NATTC STUDENTSTo Wiest, R. A.Yurewitch to AE3 ,
Gladle, R. 1.. to ADJ3 Vaughn, R. A. to AE3 be advanced Nov. 16, 1965 W. J. to AE3 Lapointe, R. J. to AE3
Harris, D. J. to' AC3Langford Wallen, N. L. to YN3 Pabourdette, W. to AE3
f. L. to YN3 Barret, D. E. to AE3 ,
To be advanced Dec. 16 1965
To be advanced Feb. 16 '966 ,
Littleton, J. A. to ABiU Bergeon, C. A. to AE3 NATTC SHIP'S COMPANYTo

Masters,J. A. to SFP2 Capers, f. A. to SK2Czeto Borcky D. J. to AE3 Cole, L. C. to A03 be advanced Nov. 16, 1965
McDowell, W. J. to A03 P. A. to YN3 Bogatzke, G, P. to AE3 Garcia G. A. to AE3
Boyce, P. J. to AE3 Altazin, C. S. to SK3
Moore, G. T. to AME3 Fanhing, J. W. to ETR2 Hay, R. E. to AEC
Brasher, G. R. to A03 Casey, J. B. to AOC
Nagel, D. II. to ETN2 Hawks, D. W. to EM3 Krizik J. L. to AE3
Olsen, G. 1.. to ACl Lawrence, C. J. to A03 Brown, D. D. to AE3 Mason, W. M. to AE3 Cramer, A. B. to PN2
Cayton, R. L. to AE3 Dapra, C. D. to HM.2
Ouellette, G. J. to RM2 Matchett, J. E. to ADR3 Mahan, H. D. to AE3
Caldwell, W. B. to AE3 Gregori, J. A. to A03
Rater, B. A. to MIJ2Schramm Sircy, J. E. to PII3 Mahas, J. to AE3
Case 1UJ.Conklin to AE3 Land,J. R. to DT3
J. P. to MU3 Smalley, V. R. to RM3 Mc Cutcheon, C. E. to AE3
R. T. to AE3 Me Donald, W. N. to AOC
Sewell, G. L. to TM.3Shook. Spivey, C. A. to MA3 Moss C. D. to AOC
T. E. to TM3 Cooper, R. A. to AE3 Murray J. A. to MMC -
Shafer, K. W. to YN3 To be advanced Mar. 16, 1966 Cole, C. V. to AE3Dalrymple Ryan Severns, R. C.R. L. to to AE1 AE2 Pohjola, J. A. to BUL3

Shoemaker,J. C. to DT3 Caner, J. W. to ADR3 J. L. to A02 Stockard, T. J. to AO2 Sloan R. H. to MAC
Smith, A. P. to RM.2 Ford D. R. to MA3Homi Egge, R. L. to AE3
Willis C. E. to AE3 To be advanced Dec. 16, '7965
Fuhr F. P. AE3
Smith, C. P. to ADJI N. C. to YN3 to .-
Stanley, G. A. to ADJ3 Miller, R. V. to BMC Gillette, K. J. to AE3 To be advanced Jan. 16, 1966 Bryce R. D. to PN3 r:

Stephenson, (;. LL to AE3 Stokes, C. M. to CYN3 Gill, H. L. to A03 Davis, J. A. to A03 Orff, J. M. to BT2- j
Thompson, M. B. to YN3 Stewart D. G. to ADJITaratuta Greiner, W. R. to AE3 Dell P. S. to AOC Rodgers, II. A. to MM2
Wallace. W. to ETN2 ,J. F. to PH3 Griffith S. J. to AE3 Gerlach R. E. to AE3 Continued 2c"
White, R. E. to AMil3 I Waites,.W._G.! to MR2 Hanson, B. O. to AE3 Hicks B. A. to AE3 on Page

October 7, 1965

ADVANCEMENTS Continued; from Page 1

\\'Jrshum. R. Iv'. to MA2 To be advanced Dec. 16, 1965 : 'DI rtl: ; l ): j7.vJ ', s: : Chaplain's/ MessageTHE

To be advanced Jan .16 1966 A. I. Abretske h''I AX2Forrest ''
'AEC J. L. Green to YN3 c'
B. B to

To be advanced Feb. 16, 1966 T. F. Sundays to ADRI: Chaplain Roland/ W. Faulk

Copeland, \,.. A. to YN2 To be advanced Jon. 16, 1966 Edward's Chapeland
The wise Roman, Marcus Aurelius once ..lld, "This Being

To be advanced M or. 16, 1966 J..E.E.Logan lu1cahy to to A03W P11:1Kranz I:} Naval Hospital of mine, whatever It really Is, "consists: of a little flesh, a little
VN3D. breath, and the I part: which I I govern'
R. Nowakowski to ;
R, E, to DT'D.. W. Scott to AE2 SUNDAY MASSES "The part which governs!" Now there's a phrase to dwell

Hospital - - 0630St. upon!
To be advanced Apr. 16, 1966 To be advanced Mar. 16, 1966 Edward's What part of the human personality governs the life of that

T. J. Barrow to AOj: Chapel 0900 & 1100 person?
Abbot. D. W. to T"13 E. G D nib to CD1 For some people, their lives arc governed by desire. Everything
Austin, B. F. to YN3 D.: C.: TTtomure to AK3, : DAILY MASSESSt. they say or do Is determined by what they want. When desire:
NAVY FINANCE OFFICE Edward's;: governs completely, look out I Desire of things can never keep
To be advanced Apr. 16, 1966 Monday thru Friday -' 1130:} pace with the getting) of what: desired. and even unlimited creditis
--To be advanced Feb. 16, 1966 enough satisfy a life that governed by desire.
D. 0. Manalad 1 t 0.CDC"I Saturday - - 0900 not to
t'". Eichten I to DK3 R. V. Schlel: to PT3 Naval Hospital: For some people, their lives are governed by their emotion.
Friday 1205 Feelings are at the surface of their conciousne.s5 and: guides
To be advanced Mar. 16, 1966
their actions. Thus hate can blind them to what is true; prejudicecan
M I. D. Shannon to DK2 VP 16 CONFESSIONS:; prevent fine friendship; :elfi.-hne- can break up f:1I1: dlle..A

VW.4 To be advanced Nov. 16, 1965 St. Edward's: person whose life is governed by his feelings: is unstable because::>
2000 feelings and emotions are changeable and emotions alone cannot
To be advanced Nov. 16, 1965 Saturday - 1900
J. B. Dwight to AK3F.
under circumstances.Some .
0813 Os.nj be depended on mot: :
Sunday - - ;
L. Antoine to Pill P. T. Ewing to AXlT. 1015 1045 people are guided by their intelligence. They are coldly

K. Davis to T\V3 R. L. Halbrook to ADR3V. Hospital: Sunday - 061o;) rational. They deny any emotional feelings. They have no regard
P. Freeman to ADR2 A. R. Natale to ADJ3 for spiritual intuition or insight.\ They would reduce all problem
R. R. Griego to ATW2 J. E. PieJson: to AX2 CATECHISM t CLASSES to an: equation and assume that all truth can be understood in an
K. G. taml1ton to ATN3 D. G. Rowe to ATR2M. Chapel Annex Building 722: intellectual: proposition.Some .
C. Jones to ADRC S. Sims to CS2 Saturday's 1000 people are ultimately governed by their religious belief*.
G. L. Johnson s to AE3 M. VasUe\"ich to ADJ3J. If their religion prescribes; something; they are quite willing to
tecklenburg to All M. E. Wagner to YN3 DIVINE SERVICES accept it even when it is contrary to intelligence. By uncritical
R. D. Sanford to AT\V3 E. J. White to AXl: PROTESTANTAll acceptance: of all things religious they tend to make religion intoa

S. A. peltz to ATW2 To be advanced Dec. 16 1965 Saints Chapel crutch.
J. N. Walcott to Ptl3 "Which is the part of man that governs: ?" The part that: really
L. L. Walker to TR3 S. L. Ilunt! in ton to AZ governs in the life of a man Is his character. And the character ofa

K. Walker to CYN3 W. F. Sells to ADJ: lINUA Y's man Is determined by the total of all his qualities: by the quality

" e. F. S. Wrami to ATW3 To be advanced Feb. 16, 1966 0800 ---Holy Communion of his desires, by the sincerely and genuineness of his emotions;

To be advanced Dec. 16, 1965 P. J. Casey ATR2 0930: & 1100 Divine Worship by the intellectual integrity of his mind, and by the values whichhe
to places on his life. A man who thinks of himself as potentially
L. L. Noel to AW3 F. D. Smith to AX3R. child of God will be found
SUNDAY' SCHOOL z: trying to live like one even thoughat
A. Reed to ATW2 To be advanced Mar. 16, 1966 0930 - Chapel Annex times he may teem to failADVANCEMENTS.......

To be advanced Jan. 16, 1966 G. M. Cantin to ATR2J. Building 722 Continued; from Column 2

J.L.J.raue. B. ionisio: toATW3 to SD:3: To be advanced Apr. 16' 1966 WEDNESDAY'S To be advanced Jan. 16, 1966 To be advanced Mar. 16, 1966
1900 - Cloir Rehear
E. L. pri\1ger\ to ATN2 C. G. Albright to AX:1C. : A. 11. Rambo to AX3 K. A. Barnes to P1I2
D. Kramer to \1'3 T. t.Rennie AX3 H. L. Freer to ADJ3R ;
SECOND MONDAY\ of Each Month
To be advanced Feb. 76 7966
090: Chapel Women's Guild L. Sullivan to AX3 J. A. Gillen to AQB:3:
R. \V. Coonrad to TW2 VP 30 (Small Chapel) J. E. Hseral to AX3 D. E. Grimes to TNj:

To be; advanced ry Mar.. J6, 1966 To be advanced Nov. 76, 1965 To be advanced Feb. 16, 1966 II.M 1.D.L1charowicz lIyatt to to AMSJ PR2
110 PITALSunday'
G. 1 t. Babte r to ptfj J. D. Alexander: to AZCJ. U.S. E. G. Collise AMS3G
B. Luoerd to'SD3 G. D. AJIen' to AXI ) 1000 II. Egeberg to to ATR3 To be, advanced'Apr. 76, 1966

J. L. 'hite to ADRI K. G. Black to AXI R. J. Panguerlle to PIIJ S. F. Bordach to PH2R.
L. A. Brookshire to AE3 II. Troop TDC A. A. Gitrand PII3G.
to to
To be advanced Apr. 16, 1966 R. Deleon to SD1 Traffic ViolationsThe A. Mattes to Pile

L. J. Calantonl to YN3 N. R. Ellswonh to ATN3 To be advanced Mar. 76, 1966 J. A. Salter to PN2

__ M. J. Schipper to ATR2 J. 11. Hardy to AX3J. following is a report of G.E. Buchannon to AD3J.
M. Wauel11 to ATR2 L. L. Horning to AX3 motor vehicle accidents and traf- F. Britt to AX3 To be advanced Nov. 16, 1965
N. Johnson to AZ2 fic violations for the period R. T. Johnson to AK3
J. B. Borofr ATR2
W. A. McCall to AE3 September 28 through October 4. D. G. Ilatias
to TD3
VP.7 R. L. AMS2
J. 1. Monroe to YN3 Number of Accidents R C. Poole Christman i to
to AX3
To be advanced Nov. J6, 1965 G. C. Olson to ATNJ: This Week September 28 E'F' Warchal to AX3 1i. J. Davenport to RM3
D. M. Orduke to AX2 J. D. King to AE3
through October 4..4
J. E. Anderson to YN3 J. Pa.cheed to ATN:3 Total Accident this through To be advanced Apr. 16 1966 11. N. Moore to ATR2

A.R. M.L. Dutlmvich Deltran to to SD2 ATR3 T. M. Peppen to ATN3R : October 4..............year...........185 L. J. Black to 'AX:] t'. W. Westphal to AE:3:
J. B. Peacock to ATN3 J. A. Westbrook to ADJ2
L. Chance to TR2 Number of Accidents through J. L. Mayo to ADJ2
L. T. Duano to A03 L. M. Raea to AIR:) October 1904.......7.-*........ .198 L. M. Thompson to TD3 To be advanced Dec. 16, 1965
D. D. Renna to AK:3:
Total number of days since
K.: L. Drake to AZ2
K. G Riggi one to AK3 last injury in a motor vehicle F. H. Carr to YN3
R. Forrest
J.A. A. Gill toATR2 to G. 't' Stewart to AEt' 'accident..........................23: J. T. Karpus to ADll
C. Hackett AOl N. H. Tucker tC' ADJ1 Number of ViolationsThis YAP 62 11. H. Segar to AMSt:j jI

J.L ll. to AE3 C. L. Werle to AX:) Week.........................2C I 11. C. Senn to AEC
Lang to
w.. C'. Niemi to YN3 P. A. ,Williams to AK3 Speeding. ...........................10 To be advanced Nov.16, 7965 w. II. Williams to A0'2

G. \.J. Richardt to AE3 Reckless Driving..0 J. V. Burnham to YN3 T l advanced Jan. 76, 1966
P. 11. H03sIT1an to AX2 Going through Stop Si n..1 w. R. Elliott to ADJ3 o.lJe.
To be advanced 16 1965
D. Shackelford to AZ2 Dec. Other Violations.................15 R. L. Goddard to AQB2 L. K. Mardis to AX2
R' T. 5ymes to AX2 D. L. Casey to ATN3 D. P. Johnson to ATC M. P01lizotto to AMS3E
,. A. M. Virata to SD2 N. F. Farris to AX3 Twenty four drivers appeared C. Taylor to : G. C. Smith to AE3K.
J. W. Zscheile to AX3 N. D. King to AX3 before the Traffic Hearing L. Thompson to PQB3 To be advanced Feb. 16, 1966J.
Board at the meeting held on T. Thompson to .'\DJ2.
October 5. Disposition of the R. L. Todd to YN3 R. G. Burney to AME2P.
cases included the following: Six J. Garrick; toYNJ
lost driving and parking To be advanced Dec. 16, 1965 M. J. Nelson to AM13T :

privileges aboard station for R. Cline to PH3 L. 11. Rogers to YN2

&AX: : All: 1VEWS various i to periods complete; Two an were eight-assigned To be advanced Jan. 16, 1966 To be advanced Mar. 16, 1966J.

hour in remedial drivingat M. Brown to AQBt F. W. McColT1es to AXe
NATTC; None were assignedto E. F. New PN1" J. R. Nerney to ADJb
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper complete a six-hour E. Owen to
distributed each Thursday at the U. ,S. Naval Air Station, remedial: driving at Jax coursein Police : G. Peacock to to gj To be advanced Apr. 76, 1966

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Academy; Ten received suspen- D. R. Brown to AMS3
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR sions; :None: were given warnings; To be advanced Feb. 16, 1966 B. E. Kelly to AOC

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, One dismissed: ; Six fined (U. S. W. C. Diamond to ADJC W. E. Orestuk to ADJ3
Commissioner); and One referred C. O. Hand D. E. Pendel1 ABtI:3W. :
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before to \01
publication. News items ore welcomed for all sources- to commanding officersfor C. Slorp to ADJ3 E. A. Watson to YN3
:JK,> ,ible disciplinary action. K. A. Somerville T. D. Wood to AX;
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.. ADJ2
Advertisrmcnts solicited the and ; w. J. Yanz to YN2
ere by publisher 'i iories
concerning such should be directed to the Moll Publishing'

_ ? Company 4"4 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida. GIVE TOCFC
Telephone :359 4040 or 3590271.
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Garage :Clea.r er"S. Repossessed Mobile Homes ,R.est, JutQnf$'

$ o.e'. $195 DOWN
8-!0.12 Foot Hides

Sales & Service 1-Hevr Cleaners NATIONAL Mobile Hones (Take Out Orders Only)
phone; 771-7648 2063 Highway 17
ALL WORK GUARANTEED Hours: 11 A.M. to 9 P.M,
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY 5416 Vesconnett Blvd. Laundry Service Alterations phones 264-9559 Orange Park Fla.Motorcycles .

NEW RCA COLOR (Closed on Monday)

&Dlack& White MORRIS
5322 Normandy Blvd. 416 Main St. phone; 388-7205
C. Calhoun
John Alto Supply 5857 Roosevelt Blvd., U. S. 17, So
.. phone 711-250 1 7317 Lenox Ave. phone EL 7-4801 EL 6-1230 (Just South of TImuquana Rd.)

You Need Parts. We Got Them HONDA

STORES We Serve You 7 Days A \Wk. ( : oH11ers Motors & Cycles

Geieral Elect. what a Steak'''

phone: 771-5636 5836 TImuquana Rd.
Ranges Refrigerators TV LITTLE DUDE All Models Down
Complete Household Appliances WATKINS Western Store Complete Home Cooked Meals

301 Park 3625 Blanding Pout t Body Shop WESTERN CLOTHING phone 771.8244 4949 Blanding Blvd.

356-2493 771.2880App.111cnces LEATHER GOODS phone 771-9992 6305 Blanding Blvd,
MR. D'SFor
,- p Watkins phone: 384-1210 ChHd Car,
phone: SP.. 1-1754
902 So. Ave.
the Best inc
5409 W connett Blvd., KEY'SDay
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WOODY'S AUTO PARTS Flori st Core 'CI.t.r lir-B-Q
'IC. Cleaner Center o
Speed EqatpBoif

A Service on All Makes 6 Models COMPLETE LINE OF RICK'S FLORIST ALL AGES 7700 Standing Blvd.
Parts and Service for All Makes 388-8031 7710SI1V
"Conplete Floral
phone: 318-5346 4338 Herschel St. lll :phone: 771.2515 Eulace at Timuquana
6417 Roosevelt Tire
Cor. San Juan I Blvd. 760 103rd St* Service"Orchid Dealers
I 264-9513 H 264-9514
1700 Illhw y 17 Plants Potted Plants
TONY'S Qrang. e'arkt, Fl... Real Estate

VOUCH loners Arrangements FIRESTONE STORES

A t ; rr ;: : f"iJ
Sales & Service CHARLES R. HUNTER
phone: 771-2900 5705 TImuquana Rd. COLMERY-WILKINSON
All Work Guaranteed Store Manager
0 C 0
Complete stock of parts INC.
for all makes. Open Weekdays Til 8
/ Saturdays Til 7
New phone: 388-1591
phone:{388-0476 1372 Catsat Ave. !!
INC. 5998 Normandy Blvd. at Lane Ave
POSTFerritere Quality homes convenient West Mall Shopping Center
to NAS and Cecil Field.
A..t ::> rr' I' eN "The Serviceman's Dealer" Co.We phone: 353-3671 637 Park St.
c ,
Sell for Less.

Qualityfurnitureat reasonableprices DeLOS L. CARROLl
JAGUAR phone: 384-5575 6435 Roosevelt Blvd..
., TEI COLEMAN Todays best buys. New list of VA
Cars of Jacbeif lac. homes all areas. Come Mexican Type TortillasFresh
2414 Standing Blvd. at Cedar Creek by our office
Motors Ilc.s to see complete list or callus I
Jacksonville's Only '" I' today. Anyone can buy for Corn Tortillas Made Daily
Authorized Service YEAR WARRANTY PLAN IJ "J"e 5100.00 down.
Facilities We Finance Our Own INSURANCE phone: Bus. SR.14557 Open 7 Days a Week ..
JAGUAR o-FIAT A\Itomot, ve MORTGAGES Ret. Efr 8-3001 8 AM to 6:35 PM
2144 Blantfing Blvd. RENTALS 3464 Blanding Blvd.
phone: 398-5746 1037 Hendrick Ave. phone: Bus. 388-7634 phone 264-2081


INC. HANK'S MOTORS A'encySecurity Realtor and lasiror

Life and Trust Co.
Aitkirixri Dueler Security General $100 Dn. llcadquaters
i Insurance Co. r
Easy Finance, Guam. Used Cars. V.A.:FHA Homes. All

$50.00 Down, Health Auto Life Fire over this area-Call today r
Monthly Payments
R' .
phoneBu 384-3441 744-1980
1150 Lane Ave., South (fool of Cedar Hills Bridge) phone: 771.7985 3823 Blanding Blvd. phone 388-5466 1148 Cattat Ave.

phone 384-2311

The boss was feared by his and 384-2312 2502 Blanding Blvd. FLOYD S. OSIORNE'SAfeicy A young teenager was going
staff for the caustic memos he on her first date with
wrote. One day one of his assistants boy friend. As always,the father new
'- _t discovered to his horror was nervous. "Are you'
that he'd given the executivea AUTO BOAT FIRE this fellow is a good driver sure?"
set of wrong figures. Fear- A woman who drives from he asked.
boss "In the back seat is no worse than
fully he wrote to his : "Oh "
yes, the
HOMEOWNERS LIFE girl replied.
answer to your memo of the man who cooks from the "He u'has to be. One

tomorrow...*.* Lion. dining- .room table.- ." ,...- 4nc.v1el.389,2.111 N J7Jirojtd1 I.3JJC#., and he'll lose his more license.arrest "-

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VA-174 Selects Felton As f I

'Serviceman Of the Month' !

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Fighter Squadron 174s"Sailor
of the Month" for August 1965 ...... ...
'. is Bobby L. Felton, Aviation .. .
""> '.' j Structural Mechanic H Second -.
r ; Class. ,
# ; Felton was presented the award .
by his Commanding OfficerCmdG. ;
L. Gray, Jr., and was cited 3 : I
a 1 ao $ for his pleasant attitude, leader- a, r ,, '. ,'f)
r t l; ... ship,qualities, personal appear- ,. .I i. iA ,... ,
... ance, and technical competence I''. t ..
,"" as a Trouble Shooter for the a, ..'e.. ,.,
t ..
i Airframes Division of the squad- ">. .
,_., ron.The .' '""'t
"Sailor of the Month' [is v
9 the son of Mr. & Mrs. JohnG. ,- .
Felton of Lore City, Ohio Felton

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THIS N/GHT/ME/ / VIEW/ overlooking the Dallas Thomas Memorial Fountain, Main 'Street Bridge, BETTER! rlettenoLLAR FOR DOLLAR THE
and part of downtown Jacksonville won the Fleet Air Photo Lab's "Picture of the Month" /honors FINEST MOBILE HOME BUILT .
for C. C. Adcock, PH 1. Adcock, a J3-yeor veteran of the Navy, took the picture at B:30.PM BEST! Melody AMEQR1ST TYICOACIIRESLT

using a Super Speed Graphic, 6 second exposure at F5.6. Adcock's picture was'one of many suo*
mitted by FAPL personnel in the monthly contests in which they are given a subject to recordon 6263 ROOSEVELT
BLVD PH. 384-5584
film and graded on the results. The Jax Air News will feature the winning photo,each-month._ I


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I Jacksonville Area Civil Service News J 11


President Urges Employee SupportIn Keep Herith lisirucaCtvtff

Combined Federal Campaign |., CSC Warms

Civil Service Commission has r'I 9 Ji

president Johnson hu tent the following The combined drive saves time cautioned active Federal employees !
message to all employees and and makes who may be eliglible for
and possiblefor
military personnel In some 35 major expense under
Medicare and all retirees
metropolitan area participating In you a single annual pledge
the Combined Federal Campaign for the Civil Service retirement sys-
be if desire,
that paid,
can you
fund-ra!alne this fall:
by payroll allotment during the tem not fo cancel any of their
-' year. What you set aside for health insurance coverage because : --
To all Federal Employees and support of these services is entirely of the passage of Medi- ;
Military Personnel: decision for care. Such notice was mailedto
a personal
This Combined Federal Cam-
annuitants with the September -
you and your family. I am sure _
paign consolidates ,in one drive 1 checks.
that as a representative of the w
the fund-raising campaigns of all vt
health and welfare United States Government, The notice points out that the
voluntary whether in a civilian or military benefits of the Medicare law will
agencies which solicit contribu-
tions from Federal employeesand capacity, you will want to set not begin until July 1,1966. The q
of and CS will retirees 65 of 3
members of the Armed an example responsible give years 1
Forces. compassionate citizenship in age or older full-Information on
community. how Medicare affects civil ser-
vice annuitants in plenty of timeto Mr. Homer L. Knight, an' Electrician at Cecil Field/ retired last
CHURCH OF CHRIST Whatever our individual station qualify for benefits if they of Federal Service.
or circumstance, we in month with/ more than 32 years Mr. Knight
5223 WESCONETT BLVD. America are very fortunate men are eligible. This detailed information served for eight years with the U. S. Navy., Before coming to Cecil

NEAR NAS and women. Our good fortune will help qualified Field in June, 1959, his civilian service Included Naval activitiesin
annuitants to make informed de-
JUST OFF TtMUQUANA RD. today is, in large. measure, the cisions."I Pensacola, Norfolk, Key West, and Jacksonville.
legacy of America's traditionsof
generosity and concern for
10:00 A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP others. I am sure you will
11:00 A.M. WORSHIP proudly and gladly honor that met my wife in a very Graded Salaries;
7:00 P.M.
tradition in making your unusual manner. I 'ran over
J decision this year regardingyour her in my car and later marriedher.
: personal support of the ."
7:38: P.M.: MID-WEEK SERVICE Combined Federal Campaign. "If everyone had to do that Ungraded Wage
there be
wouldn't so much,reckless -
PHONE SB 1-2646 '
44b4 driying.
salaries for graded the Federal salary structure. To
employees are established on a meet such needs, the Bureauof
nation-Wide basis by Congressas the Budget organized an inter-
a part of the ClassificationAct agency group of technicians to
THE 1966 ARE HERE/ of 1949. On the other hand, develop plans for a survey pro-
wage rates for ungraded employees gram to be coordinated with established -
are established to conform, surveys which theBureau -
let Us Help You Buy Yews It. as nearly as is consistent with of Labor Statistics conducts.
the public Interest, with thoseof
With A Credit Union Auto Loan private establishments in the The survey design provides for
immediate vicinity. The pay of collection of data annually cover-
supervisors over ungraded em- ing 28 professional, managerial,
ployees up to and including the and clerical series of occupations -
rating of Chief Quarterman is involving a total of
based upon differentials over 77 work levels. Industries are
locality As the two selected to provide the broadest
wages. pay
... .
.. ..
r plans bear no direct relationshipto possible coverage of manufacturing -
each other, the integration of and non-manufacturing
graded and ungraded employeesInto vities. Included are industriesthat
one work force often resultsin exercise Wage leadershipas
problems of pay for which well as many that do not.
there is no solution. A graded

supervisor's pay may be less The surveys, formerly including
--.....:: than that of one or more of coverage of trades, crafts;office A:,

: his subordinates occupying un clerical, anddraftingoccupations ''
graded positions. There is no in 20 major labor market areas; ;,
question that such inequities now have been expanded to include
t _. should not exist; however, they the broader occupational cover
can and do. Such a circum- age noted above and establish-
l' NEW AUTO LOAN.MTEREST RATE stance cannot, in itself, form a ments employing 250 or more
legal basis for raising the workers in 80 labor market
y4 of 1% PER MONTH ON THE UNPAID BALANCE visor's grade. areas. Occupational definitions

The lack of adequate information prepared for use inthe collectionof
NEW CAR LOAN concerning salaries of the salary data reflect duties
AMOUNT MONTHLY PAYMENT white-collar occupations has long and responsibilities in industry;
OF SCHEDULE been apparent. The agencies of however, they are designed to be
the Federal Government as wellas translated to specific pay gradesin
-t t YOUR
the Congress need such schedule
24 30 36 information the general applyingto
to permit intelligent, Federal Classification Act

,500 $56.03 $47.70 constructive administration of employees. _

1,750 79.95 65.36 55.65

$2.000 91.37 74.70 63.60 END OF YEA'R'CLOSEOUT" 1

$2.250 102.79 84.05 71.55
$2.500 114.21 93.37 79.50

$3.000 137.05 11-2.04 95.40 NEW MODELS ON THE WAY OUR 'ENTREINVENTORY /
Payment includes interest, principle, and borrowers insurance. MUST BE SOLD 70 MAKE ROOM

3 Bedroom-lOxSS Foot Models

fax ntleltet


UMOtV : $3823-

Cecil Field Bldg. 26
Tel. 334 4121 1 or Base Ext. 8507 Tel. SP 1 3211$ Ext. 206 eooJACKSONVILLE TRAILER MART, ,

Hours: Mon. Fri. 9:30 4:30 Hours: Mon, Fri 30 3:00 Roosevelt( Blvd" EV83S64I
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r PAGE 1.... '

3 If Y aAslJs i', ra AI.

Education Is important. Re- John Moore, PN3, GMTO, "In c USED CABS
alizing this the "If 'Ya Ask Us" basic, fields, of rI r- --
column went to Cecil Field this study and in wr
week to ask the personnel there intermediateand ..
about the Navy's educational ,
pro- beginning ,
gram, has it helped them and levels of work ;
how.Commander the Navy Edu- DUVAL MOTORS
L. W. Lawton, cational Pro- I
Weapons Officer, o r
"ThrouRh the grams are excellent -
r 4 f 1.
Navy's TermProgram For Moorethe
I ;. individual .
earned my seeking to finish high school, 1<;' SAN JUAN
Bachelor of take some introductory coursesin LOT
Science degree '< a subject, or to begin workon 0FF ROOSEVELT
While in his college requirements, the
Jacksonville, I 1,1 '"
means are provided and nearly
hope to earn free of cost.However I :
my masterdeLowfon for the individualwho ,1; ,,, I ","I 7 1II 1\\ ". \\SPECIALSTHISWEEKONLY
I\ II I I.
gree under" the current tuition aid wants specialized courses, I ',' .
program. there is almost no opportunity ,
""Anyone in the Navy that is in the current Navy program. Extra Specials LookCome Buy!
'interested in bettering their for- Perhaps the proposed GI Bill =
mal education has an opportunity will remedy this situation. Or, HORSIN' AROUHD-October's = 1962 GALAX/E/ 500 . . . . .5/095/
to do so that is unequalled else- perhaps Officer Schools could cool breezes won't,bother; this = 4 dr., sedan, V-8, auto/trans., R&H, PS, clean,. this
where. The opportunities for be opened to enlisted personnel." young lady a bit.THE = week only!

''ast an education are here, but it 1964 FORD CUSTOM . . . . .5/495/
ght '.takes them.the"'individual to capitalizeon 4 dr. sedan, V-8, auto/trans., heater, extra clean,

ci'' low mileage, this week only!
"As the old saying goes, you '..
ies don't get anything for nothing.
Anyone wishing to benefit from 1963 CHEVROLET BEL-AIR WAGON . 5/795/
these educational opportunitiesmust 6 pass., V-8, auto/trans., R&H, PS & PB, air cond.,

work hard." 1 f this week only!

Overall G. W. ABFI, "I have y
learned more -- 1963 CHEVROLET //MPALA . . .5/695/
about fuels and 3TT i 1 J'I 4 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto/trans., R&H, PS, this week

'if.has helped .' only! ..

i me understand .,,,> >
the Navy more :; "
School, 1
fully .
has 1 ==--=- 1965 COMET CALIENT.'_.... .$2195/
given me
fo the knowledge I'> '\ ,, 2 dr., hardtop, V-8, R&H, WSW, extra sharp, this
au I
'" week only!
r. to advance in "
Overall ':
to my rate..
. _. 1964 FAIRLAHE.. :.5/789/
Walker, A.M., CP, "I 1 have ., =
o.s.. t. : Jr..sedan/ auto/trarts.
4 R&H'WSW, wheel covers,
s.r.r.s.. .com this course pleted and ,' fr:' WOMAN HAVE A PROBLEM..It revolves/ around whether extra,clean, this, week only ,

'I I feel it, will they should guide their husbands, pilots in VA-106, in to park ---

or be a big asset t, .., I,'ti]. their Skyhawk jets or to wave to them. At any rate they are 1964 ENGLISH/ FORD ANGLIA.. . . .5949t
.to':' me tn the, l/. :' their husbands Cecil Field after/ /low down/ .I/low monthly'
r- .......': happy, are returning to a sev === ::" t payment ,> payments, good
ll, 'future. Pre- .'.) ,: > t > en month, Med deployment aboard the USS Shangri-La. 'The'wo '= .1. W/eoge/fnii'-weiJi' "/ ; :: ::on/yl/ -' I

cof working sently in I ram,the .':>,.\", ,". :;.0 men are; ( left to right ) Mrs. Paul Phillips/ Mrs. Jerry Church, ,

Public Works Mrs. Buzz Needham, Mrs. Rodger Garret, Mrs. Philip Lockard, -- 1963 COMET. , , .5//95//
reSt Walker/ and Mrs. Spud Potosnak. I 4 dr. sedan, R&H, 2 tone paint, WSW, good economy
. MilitaryOffice. car, this week only!
- I p I ant 0 begetting
out of the office soon and COUPON I== '.
1963 FAIRLANE 500.$1295/
s start working in my rate. Having
ipc. completed these courses, I feelI 2 dr., sedan, R&H, WSW, extra clean, this week .
. won't be completely lost, when j ROOSEVELT MALL I==- only I !,
"t working as a constructionman." 1 .' ,

Heosel, N. P. 2, "I think 1963 FALCON FUTURA.$1695/

2.1ks theNavyshould CAR WASH I 2 dr., hardtop, R&H, WSW, this week only!
pay the full fee

let for a person Z o 0, 1962 CHEVROLET BEL-AIR . . .5/389/
taking night ;t; .o C OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30: AMfcPMTHIS ,
4 dr. sedan V-8 auto/trans. PS
school. It .a. cON =- R&H, air cond.,
r should be : COUPON WORTH sac OFF "0 o E this week only!

C a the beneficial Navy asthe to I ,.s-" ".' 'I .Y" ,..i C 7O C A CAR WASH ANY DAY EXCEPT WED. | =m= 1960 FORD .. $649
s well asperson. Heosel V-8, auto/trans., heater, this week only!.
Leonard, D. T. MMI "They = 1960 DODGE..5495

e have much helped AUTO WAX APPLIED & 4 dr. sedan, V-8, R&H, low ,down payment, this
me very
s both in aiding : FREE week only! ,
me for advancement JlJ
rate as well as
i 3
I bringing civilian job my / ...AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROMI

ability up to Leonardits MONTHLY SPECIAL fi
new standards.: "



ALL MODELS 11:30: A.M. TO 10 P.M. We make a specialty of -


Give Merchants Green Stamps HET? s OYSTERS
OP EN 8A.M.8 P.M. f STEAKS =?


4949 Blanding Blvd. 4538 SAN JUAN AVE. EV 4-4536

PH 771-8244 3438 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771-5581 .-

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A Pointing Question Fa 48 Bird

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Dogs ; tI''>''''''' w"' <'" -! v .. '"1'.1'".... r. ,.
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When the Cecil Field Rod and i \
: Gun Club decided to hold a field ,
trial f for pointing d dogs s the club
members wern't'( sure that it c1

would turn into a successful undertaking. .

_______________ .
Two weekends ago the field S SSi
'S ;
trial came off and in most of .
the people's' opinion that attended -
the weekend event\ it was. a
,t .. fine affair. S.
4'S (
''S '4 Over the (two day period, Saturday -

Sq and Sunday) .18 pointing ________ _____ _
z _________ dogs roamed o\er\ the one course:; :
30 o minute run. Dog owners and 'r -
;q .5 spectators came from all pans L Sg

of Florida and Northern (Georgiato _

.. watch the dogs work on quail. S
With them theybrought horses, '
.:.; > customized trucks to travel S \
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''44'jt' ,,1.t1, . .5 through the Cield3,walkie-t3lkies i: ;
.< S ;Ir.: mobile S SS SS S
for communication >
:: h't" ': ________ 1i
.. ,.. .. .. kennels full of dogs, their children \S -
.. ....- wives and friends. S S -
... SS the weather 14 -S
One Saturday was ;
hot and the dogs had to be water :' :: ..r.rL I
c"N'i. ed before coina( on t the final! test .c 4

... .' S 4.. : in the planted bird field. If
r ,
( ''f 1s the d dogs were hot so was the
; ...
"., \ :ft; :i !ic4g: galley following them. The con-

:\, ''f.' .. )J.1f. 1&yt. : cession stand did a boomin bll.-.:) __ .5 L!

JfAl ., ;;q ., : f! S loess in soft drinks.

,I//' ... '. '4. 11'.' __ > Sunday clouds overcast the THE ONLY SETTER ENTER. -
J, .. .... t. ''Ii
... '-: ;; skies and a mild breeze pre-
> IN
\; .
!'\ ... ,t't.,\" '." \" ". <'.. ; ...'" : vailed. The class dogs in the 4r
,.. (. "''f'f" ''I'< "\'" ." .. f THE BIRD .
fi. f : 'r.tM"I. .. I ITJ
f Club Stakes
X' J f\\ 1;; : { I Shooting and Shooting "' \ ; _- z
I : ,)I\<.... ... L worked well in the fall like con- -____U,
...f t't '' U :nJIf.\! \"' .. ... .. ... S s5S .; .
3''f\J\ I' ) <:\ t I ditions. <
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:'1.j-"...",'" .. ''to< -' \/. '!. _t n,'- ,. .;... .. i.'.." \.. This was the first field trialofthe ..\(.'
F <: Ijf. : S !Ii '; ''
,.< :. ','1 : ....... : ,-.;.. \' ''j\,\ 5 rll year in Duval County) and it his free time. Mr. Da\is\ '::5 S.. ..''.. ... I -
: for Field
writes the American
I; t1 3i, ,::) \ 1. \; : ; starts a diain of such weekend magazine, a publication that is ,,' j.S :: '- i?

'" ., ,. : V \ ... events that will continue throughthe :; .
l..r.t xl field trial what the \Wall
) 'l, to men _
.. .. .. \. ( spring. Many of the _
3 peopleat
T .t.. \t l .. : -
t. -:: ..r,,':, ;<<'\' l Street Journal is to stockbrokers.As
\? Cecil Field will follow this V
ri'II; : >" ..1t",. ..' .tw : f l!}' ',jl.: '....Jht. : circuit the the trials came to an end
'k4':" ; J. 5 ,,'C\.r;\'. I'U" iYJ) 'h" through state and some
\ Af'9' afternoon 12
> on Sunday trophieswere
1 .0. '' '
\\'f.1'' .. will go to the "world series"of
\ .t 'tr..f. :
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\ :
... : ; 4.... taken away\ by dog, owners
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< :"'t. ;J .' '\, \ 't # pointing dog trials, The QuailFuturity" \
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at Carbondale 111. v
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r'. 1'f 1'\\ .. Davis who follows
't') ;< f# : \, .:\ : \ > enters, judges, worthwhile weekend. ____ y '
:i: ;, and writes about field trials
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halfway between Cecil & NAS
103rd St. & Wesconnett Blvd. r ;: I 'I 525$ to $$600



Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us

: how much you' w nt. Pick up the cash at your

convenience. Same-day service.
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I Autumn Leaves Setting NavyWives To Women's Side

At JOWC Fashion ShowThe Host Annual ly Safe

Of Story IJ .
the f
main' 'attraction at the Mrs. PJ. Pizzo, Mrs. Roy Pre-
Jacksonville Officers Wives Club vatt, Mrs. John Santora, Mrs. p.1'
luncheon yesterday"A Fash- B. F. Sfiort, and Mrs. J. W. Conv. at HAS 11
ion Show of Autumn Leaves". Rlnehart. Narrating the show tu
was Mrs. George Center.
On hand to view the fashion Senior hostess of the lunch- The 27th Annual Conventionof The Beauty Fi
show was special guest, Mrs.H. eon was Mrs. T. B. Ellison Navy Wives Clubs of Amer- tin

Howard Caldwell, wife of with Mrs. G. A. Sunquist as ica will be held at NAS Jax powder in the shade best suitedto
RAdm. Caldwell who assumed chairman, and Mrs. A. J. Hay- from Oct. 10-16. Cecil Field Navy Exchange skin
duties as Commander Fleet Air men, Mrs. B.E. Thayer, and NWdfSG' will serve as the host was brightened this past ed your tones islightlydust-
Jax lat Thursday.The Mrs. W.E. Newers as'co-chair- ess club with Mrs. Thomas J. week by the presence of Miss' ing on. Eye cosmetics and the are appear
Jane Hanniker sales representative stronger tendency to Fr
fashion show, presented men.Calendars Bennett, officiating as Convention for Revlon. Shedemonstrated achieve an Oriental look Is in for '
i by Jean Jower's of Orange Park, and Dessert Cook- Chairman. Co-chairman and 6566. Naturally eye shadow in ce
the "An of and Pro- I
featured apparel for both day books were sold before and after Treasurer will be Mrs. W. W. the shade to match your outfitor
Skin Care" the exchange
the luncheon per to An
Familiar and will be soldat Wagner.
and evening wear. suited
one to your coloring.
the December luncheon. Pro- RAdm. II. Howard Caldwell, salesgirls in cosmetics. Muriel 1
faces among the models were Eye liner Is a must and shouldbe
and McLeeland discussed
Kay Ha
Mrs. Eugene Bezore, Mrs. J. C. ceeds from these sales go to Commander Fleet Air Sax, arid Ciopryna the meeting with and- used to have finlshed"look" (
Louis I Huntley, charity. Capt. J. R. Mackroth, station
Doggette, Mrs. made these important comments. to eyes. Lipstick is next and Ta
commanding officer, are slated
First of all blame this fall we see a definite lip
many women
welcome, the delegates when
line although the Younaer set
the use of cosmetics for their
the convention begins on Oct bad complexions. The problem will probably continue the almost
10 at 7:30 p.m. Main be speakerfor arises when you do not clean bare pale soft lips. The ultimateIn
the event will RAdm. r
the after make-up is Ultima II by Rev-
properly wearing !
Thomas A. Christopher, Com-
$25to3OOn mander ,Forces Key West, Fla. make-up all day. Next we Ion and- Is remarkable In cover- Dot
Following the opening sessionat touched on the real values of age of tiny lines and Imperf Fr.cel.
the Mainside gym, a reception using a moisturizer. Muriel Cio- ections. It Is Important to remember -'
honoring all National Officers pryna states, "As the name that the color of the bottle 1Am I
Each 400 of Bureau Rates for will be held at the clubhouse implies it moisturizes the skin Is not necessarily the colorof
and also keeps,the make-up from the make-up when appliedto (
The purpose of the Conventionis coming in direct contact with the skin. Moon Drops is Joy
to hold workshops, schools of the face. This prevents cloggingof a lipstick conditioner for dry
AUTOINSURANCE*- instruction, and to meet with the pores." chapped lips. There are many
,other members to discuss and This Is the usual routine for more helpful little hints that Mur-
exchange ideas for the better- applying your make-up; first usea iel Ciopryna and Kay McLelland
ment of NWCA., The primary moisturizer using an upward have available- for you at the N
purpose of the meeting,however, stroke. A base Is applied next exchange. They are most will- JanN
will be the election of National and can be either a liquid or Ing to assist you ,In any way so
officers, and the hearing of-reports cream and this season more don't forget to stop In and see Dor
and new business.In rouge is being used. Now a loose them If you have any questions. 11Fra

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You enjoy these savings from Bureau addition to the business sessions ; cerna'21' cellC

Rates for the Family Automobile Policy which will be held at NAS FI'
delegates will be guests of May- liar
without the Safe Driver Plan. You even port's' Navy Wives Club '#201

save substantially when the Safe Driver for one daY' and on, another day
will take a tour of St. Augustine.
Plan is used! Various other events have been
planned f for. the delegates visit FostNd
,here. "
The banquet and installation i of WonReyi
GEICO SAVINGS FOR FLORIDA DRIVERS the newly elected ,officials is

YOU SAVE 30"; from Bureau Rates for the Collision slated for Friday, Oct. 15 at the 1kDori

and Comprehensive coverages, and you save Hotel Roosevelt. .
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25",', for the vital Liability coverages. GEICO also '
gives you the usual additional savings on compact
cars, driver training and when more-than-one-car is Ike&urtcerrta I vr 3
insured. You may pay your premium. in convenient l M

NO installments.EXTRA COSTS: the low GEICO premiumis ChPwIiltVethkSEE .t.

the full cost of your insurance;.there are no mem N 9 KirkNA
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Kay McLelland, Jane Henniker, and Muriel C/opryna
any kind.GEICO KNOW WHYI FostlHo

rates represent the above savings from RIVERSIDECHEVROLET Notes of Interest WonReyn
Bureau Rates for the Family Auto Policy. Bureau

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Over 1.300 professional representatives across the Left to right, Front row; Mrs. .
country stand ready to give you personal claim serv RENTALS Hoyt Gill, Board; Mrs. Wm. :
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GEICC@II REPAIR SERVICE Henry Taylor, Chaplain. Mrs. W. F. Dudsik, Treasurer.CPO Tomm C.1]J

.* *.. Wives Jacksonville The 8th Annual Installation dinner Won
Government Employees Insurance CompanyAND for Officers of the CPO Wives was held Saturday evening at Hel- Reyno
) AFFILIATES JfaersonSa.nJu.ein lenthals Restaurant. Chaplain and Mrs. R. W. Faulk were the
II ( Capital, stock, companies. not affiliated,,, with; the U'.S. fovernmentHome honored guests and Capt. Faulk presided at the candlelight cere-
.l Office Washington, D.C. mony.

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7 1965
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MoviesMovies Club Schedules-

will be shown regularly 'so" CLUB
The John Arnold -
at 7 p.m., Monday through "4" will provide dancing BLUEJACKETS INN Carl
Saturday. NATTC will have two music tomorrow' night, with Boyd and the Rhythm Kings will
feature times, 2 p.m. and 7 1 Bobby King on Saturday. For be playing Thursday with Phil

on Saturdays and Sundays. the gourmet, Tuesday's foreign Cay and the Chantels providingyour Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
The hospital will have one fea- dish will be German. Wednesday favorite tunes tomorrow 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
ture on Sunday at 7 p.m. is Fried Chicken night for the The night. On Saturday a new band, later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
evening movies at Cecil Chances, will be making
All whole family.
their arriving too late for this deadline will be published the
debut the
begin at 7 1 These at Jimmie
Field p.m.
Strickland and his TV Band following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
are subject to change. will
times * be returning to the club Sunday. check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be

Game night is every Wednesday. received WITH the copy for the ad.
October 7
Dancing this
Muscle Friday night the RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... .. $2.00.
NAS Beach Party- at Chief's Club, # # # #
additional line words line . .
Per .
Frankie Avalon, Annette Funi Bldg. 593, will be to Mark ((4 per } 050.
cello Castle and theVersatiles. Satur- "
NATTC Cinderella Color day's band will be the John Arnold Tonight the -_. -. .- stesrsraa ssss usials-
open menu in gal- -- --
Animated Cartoon 4". Patrons are encouraged to
lery. Friday's dinner 10 oz.
Hospital Convicts Stage take advantage of the dining room Delmonico at $1.65. Music by *SELL-RENT-BUY-TRADE* 2-SEWING MACHINES2We ..
Harry Lautor, Donald BarryC. facilities now in full service. THE HOLIDAYS. Saturday: Din- CHOICE 2,3,4, BR homes, $100 have TWO 1965 DIAL-O-
Field The Birds Rod down, no closing costs. Fast
ners featured, Deviled Crab at MATIC, zig zags that have never
Taylor, Tippi Hedren # # $1.25 or Shrimp dinner at a Move in. Tell us your needs. been used. They were LAYAWAYS

$1.00. Sunday: Smorgasbordat DUKE LOSTUMBO, Broker, call .never picked up, customers -
Friday, October 8 ACEY DUCEY CLUB. The $1.35 or Chile at .55#. 771-0374 or 387-4296 left area We, are unable -

Swingsters will be returning Monday: The package store and FOR RENT nice 2 BR Trailer, to locate them, you can have
NAS That Touch Of Mink- tomorrow to provide another galley will be closed. Wednes- w/washer close to Cecil. $65 these machines for the balanceof
Doris Day, Cary Grant evening of dance music.Saturday's a y's dinner 12 oz. T Boneat mo. water & garb Incl. 1009 $47. each, cash or terms.
band will be the Club- $1.55. 384-4063 Phone 353-1946 anytime, willde-
NATTC Muscle Beach Party- Blair Rd. 781-3170 or
Frankie Avalon, Annette Funi men and March Wilson and the liver, no obligations. Will take
cello Redcoats will entertain on JAX 'S NEWEST McDONALDS older machine as trade A-l Sewing

Hospital Cinderella Color Sunday. Game night is every # # DRIVE-IN IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS Machine Company.
Animated Cartoon Sunday and Tuesday. FOR PART TIME
or un-
C. Field Stop Train 349 -
MENT. APPLY AT 6546 NORM- furn 2 BR bit-in elec kit
Jose Ferrer, Sean Flynn apts. ,
SHOWING/ ANDY BLVD.JAX DAILY AFTER terrazzo firs, 264-6884
t 5 PM
Saturday, October 9 '
35 Year Old Military Companyhas
position available for retired -
NAS How the West Was Won- 771-2255
James Stewan, Debbie Reynolds POPULAR PRICES CONTINUOUS SHOWS Officer or CPO in Jax/ Orange SALE, Park In Ridgewood High School.beyond High
Mayport areas. Maxium eligible
NATTC That Touch of Mink-
Doris Day, Cary Grant OPEN 1:00-FEATURES 7:253:30.5:357:409M5TRMIOPF7 age-50. Send brief resume and & dry with patio, septic tank,
hospitalMuscleBeachParty- availibility date to Regional Dir- rock well, elec light pole.

Frankie Avalon, Annette Funi ector, P O Box 13177/ Orlando, Homer J. Custead, 264-9446

cello Fla. 32809.

C. Field Convicts Stage -
Harry Lauter, Donald Barry eatLM
e p FOR SALE 1963 Cranbrook 3-
Some no dn, Many $0 $100
October JONAS dn. No closing costs. New BR, Trailer. Elec organ &
Sunday, Stool. Music cabinet. Call 388-
homes, All theX-TRAS, Family
Rm Fenced built-in 3764 after 16:30
yd., RIO
I the Jury Preston
You name it. TIMMERMAN
Foster, Peggie Castle
Persian cat.
771-2792 and
NATTC How the West Was RLTY 771-186L':BRKR.' ) \ 5 kittens. 8 wks"old, house broken -
Won James StewartjrDebble-. FREE. 388-5986 after 6PM

Hospital That Touch of Mink imiimt* fLGqMaM'Mlwn FOR SALE: 4 BR, 2 B, HOME
Doris Day, Cary Grant M/M S.C Mc.yYCwOCnOr.L Bit-in range &oven, fnced yard, PLEASURE HORSE, Been child'spet
C. Field Cinderella Color $100 down, $68 month. or 3BR, for 6 yrs. Ideal for younger
Animated Cartoon 11/2B, Bit-in $65
at month. riders. 264-6884

Monday, October J 11 J original 6144

::ECed.BapR1Of HOUSE FOR SALE Oretga Hills $35. excellent condition.
NAS Pajama Pany Tommy i : near Jax, NAS, 3BR, Den, 112B phone 388-8640
Kirk, Annette Funicello Divil clean, will pay all closing
NATTC I the Jury. Preston / Coiaty costs, 7241 Pineville Dr. 387- FOR SALE Toy Poodles, AKC
Foster, Peggie Castle F..sIIARaQ 2428 after 4:30 registered phone 771-7346

Hospital How the.West Was
won James Stewart Debbie (I TRAILER FOR SALE 10' x 50'
ReynoldsC. Early American, 2 BR, 2 yrs old new, mod,
Field Muscle Beach Party I I 10% DiscoiHt To AIII.h.r, Personal old call 771-4153 furn 2653 Dellwood Ave, River-
side $65 mo. call EV7-3393
Frankie Avalon,Annette F\ 1icel- DaiceToTkeMiskOfJIMMY f e


4rms & bath, elec, water, $70 Wagon, 12,000 miles, factory
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Tuesday, October HIS CALKNTES mo. 387-1950 Clark warranty, fully equipped, must
sell this week. RA5-7767
NAS The Haunting Julie I I Fri & Sat Nfehfft

Harris, Claire Bloom 1959 OLDS, 2DR,Hard top,power PART TIME HELP WANTED,
Hospital I the Jury-Preston I steering, R & H, extra clean in cabinet shop. 7547' Wescon-
Foster Peggie Castle 5213 WMcaniMfft 1725 Hendricks Ave. nett Blvd. 771-2112

NATTC -Pajama Party-TomI: I I Ivel.'I
my Kirk, Annette Funicello .
C. Field. That Touch of Mink- -

Doris Day, Cary Grant

Wednesday, October 13 -AIDUEY'I USN/RET

Nas -Monkey's Uncle Tommy

NATTC The Haunting Julie
Harris, Claire Bloom OF HIS FRIENDS

Hospital Pajama Pany GO GO DISCOTHEQUE!
Tommy Kirk, Annette Funicello
James Stewart, Debbie



A college student wired home, 3909 BLANDING BLVD. Cove OLDSMOBILEGreen
u Springs Florida
I Am without funds or friends!" ,
Dad wired back,"Make friends." CASE LOTS ,AT COST+} 10% DRIVE-IN SERVICE '
Eugene P Benin, Penna. School .' : <:p H.,284-3033 JAX 2649600I

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October 7 1965

the squadron logged almost 12,
( 000 (hours of combat flying timein
support of operations there.In .
JAX MARINES [ addition, the squadron was embarked
(Ii with the Seventh Fleet's
GySgt. Joel FergusonEXT. Special Landing Force aboard
1f the USS Princeton JLPIJ-Ji) (frojn
400 March 6 through April'tffJ.te/: o
during ,,wliich :time ,u .fley/ some '
: ,2200( hours including'200ajhi"' : '
Staff NCO Ball new stripes October laccording The 'brief- periods' (tot spent atDaNang '
f : Invitation tickets went on sale to an announcementbylleadquarters -' nor on the Princeton were
this week for the festive Marine Marine Corps. % '' per() afc 1CAF,....Futemaon., OkinaW'a. -,
Corps Staff NCO Birthday Ball, To be promoted are three first i 5' IP
1 to be held this year on Nov. sergeants to sergearitemj jar;nine Returning to the,United.Sfatesbn
10 at the George WashingtonHotel master sergeants to master gun 'Junq 30, 1965 after.a deolov-
merIt of 304 days'which Included
in Jacksonville.The nery sergeant; 30'gunnery serge- '
'.k' total?of 52 days embarked, the
first and CO.
Staff Ball f is being ants to sergeant;
squadron: could boast a safety record -
arranged along the lines of the gunnery sergeants to master
fdr the fiscal of only
highly successful ball held last sergeant.
aircraft accident.
year. Among other develop- Marines selected for promotion one.There were several other impressive -
ments, an outstanding menu has will be promoted on and statistics compiled by
been arranged,and Mark Castle's rank from October 1.Twohundred .
Band, the same band that playedfor this squadron which over
hours and hauled over
the Staff Ball last has 15,000
year Resi'rye : ., .J
of during
4,000,000 pounds cargo
i\t4 inked a contract to play a return -
and eight Marine the fiscal year.In .
At Marine Barracks, JaxStaff Corps Reserve units have been addition to the Navy Unit
NCO's may obtain tickets from scheduled for two weeks annual Commendation received by the
SgtMaj. H. H. Brawner, Com- field training during 1966, according squadron, individual members
mittee Chairman. GySgt. Walt to Headquarters Marine received collectively, one Legionof
r .
( Muir Is handling ticket salesat Corps.Fiftyfour. Merit, 17 Distinguished Flying '
the Marine Air Reserve Train of these units will Crosses, three Bronze Star ,
ing Det., while GySgt. Ellis D. train at Camp Lejeune, N.C. 1180 Air Medals, 8 Purple(leans
Crowder is performing the same Vieques, Puerto Rico will host and"67 Navy Commendation Med
4v mission at Marine Barracks, eleven units which are the only als.
Cecil Field. units scheduled to train outsidethe A notable special operation
% Mk Marine Aviation DetachmentStaff continental United States. conducted by HMM 365 was the
NCO's may obtain tickets Companies "B" and "D" of evacuation last November of 1700
from the Information Chief at the 4th Tank Battalion,Syracuse, Vietnamese flood victims. This
LOOK! ITS GRANDFATHER. .Just minutes after retirement detachment headquaners, or by N. Y., will train at Camp Drum, two day mission carried out in
ceremonies for Vice Admiral Robert Go/c/wo/fe/ / / his grandchildren contacting the senior Staff NCO N. Y. the face of Viet Cong harassingfire
at the various schools. An Air/Ground exercise involving and flash flood conditions
admire his picture. The picture and a detailed account of the ceremony A schedule of events and other 13 reserve units will also convincingly demonstrated the
(including the surprise presentation of the DistinguishedService helpful information will be pub- be scheduled, but its location has squadron's cool professionalism.
Medal) appeared in Jax Air News. The children are Bobby lished in this column in future not been announced yet. Stationed at MCAF, Santa Ana
issues. The 40th Rifle Company from prior to its deployment the
and Elizabeth Anderson, son and daughter of Lcdr. and Mrs. F. P. Lubbock, Texas will serve as squadron is now assigned to Mar
Anderson. Mrs. Anderson Is the former Hathaway Goldthvtaite. Enlisted Ball aggressors for the problem. ine Aircraft Group 26 of the
"It'll be a two-band ball." Hosting the bulk of the Reserve Second Marine Aircraft Wing,
These words this week by Sgt. training on the West Coast and operates from MCAF, New
Maj. John Ware, Coordinator of will be Twentynine Palms, River, North Carolina.
the enlisted ball committee, just Calif.; Camp Pendleton, Calif.; HMM 365 is commanded by
about sum up the high tone and and San Diego, Calif. Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Koler,
VIICLAUDE imaginative plans being served up TrophyA Jr. of Tacoma, Washington.
for the Enlisted AnniversaryBall. Colonel Koler also commanded
combat-tested Marine Helicopter tne squadron'throughout the pet'"
Two bands, under thedirectionof Squadron has received the iod covered by the award.
NOLAN Charlie Jay, will play from Chief of Naval Operations "Read-
2000 until 0030. The 19th An- iness Through Safety Trophy," # # #
niversary Enlisted Ball will be it was announced recently. Mar-
held in Hangar 116, Naval Air ine Medium Helicopter Squadron
Station. Cake cutting members, (HMM) 365 was deployed for Overheard at a department-
MAIN AT ORANGE; working with Marines who will ten of the twelve months con- store counter: "There's no tax
attend the ball, are producing sidered for the award. on this perfume-the type'of manit
OPEN MQN. fHRU SAL UNTIL.8 PM colorful decorations, ordering Operating from DaNang, Republic attracts isn't considered a
flowers for the ladies and making of Vietnam, from October luxury.The Livingston (Mont)
other detailed arrangements to 7, 1964 to February 17, 1965, Park County News
PHONE EL 3-3922 see that nothing is left to chance.

More Promotions iiiiiiiniiiiiiwH

One-hundred and two Ma-
rine Corps senior noncom-
I missioned officers, will sew on Orange Park

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I Jax Club Wins Armed Forces Judo Tourney IM I

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.J. -$.: '. < *"t ;;... NAS Jax's Judo Club hosted 135 pound, 150 pound 165 pound of Florida and M.Q. Tapley of
the first Armed Forces Judo and 200 pound. the Jacksonville YMCA.
Invitational Tournament last Joseph Moldoon of the Jax Another black belt Jack laney
weekend. The guests didn't find club ,took first place in the 135 of UF. took and 165 pound class.
the welcome too warm as the pound class. Kiyo Saji of the Dick Moore of the Jacksonville
Jax club coped the team honors University of Florida took sec- YMCA was second and Tyrone
of the Stevens of the Jax was third.
for the two day event. ond and Reau Bureau
Team awards were present on Jacksonville YMCA was third.In The heavy weight class went
1 y a point basis with 5 points a- the 150 pound clash Charles to Jax's Rodney Fowler. Francis
warded for a first in a weight Lipsey a black belt holder representing Garren of the Florida School of
division 3 points for second the Florida Schoolof Judo was second and Clifton
'". 1';. ? If ", : and 1 {point for third. The tour- Judo beat out two white belts Browning of the Jacksonville
.,.'*'t.,"4ii q. -... ;., ney had four weight classes; Jerry Nghiem of the Universityillllllll1I YMCA. was third.Tournament .
.. \ ui t' i officals were;
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'' '( i\, .r lIt{j Harvey Agee }head referee John

\, : SzafranskI referee and tourney
: ( ".1 director J.L. Baird assistant
.<,::,. F! \r :., s YSr \ tournament .director and scorer
vfi ) :"Y and Mrs. Lora Freidman scorer.
66r ?f .. Anyone interested in free judo
.,' ,,; ,
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Jk / .. j'
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.. h ings on the following nights;
men's Tues. Wed.
:" r" classes .and
f ,. J 128 Golfers Entered In Jax 25th from 6:30 to''8:30 p.m., Women's
classes Tues. and Wed. from
,6r 1 1t Anniversary TournamentBob 4 6 p.m. and boys from
+ 6 to 16 years old Sat. morning -
from 9:30 a. m. till noon.
Murphy the Universityof Mac Donald said he expects The club meets in Bldg. 726,
Florida golfer who recentlywon twenty-five teams to enter the located on Birmingham Ave. one
the national amateur title contest. block from the station chapel.
heads a field of 128 golfers enter
ed in the 36-hole NAS Jackson-
TEAM TROPHY. .J. L. Baird; a a.Hikyu with the HAS Jax Judo ville 25th anniversary meet ,
Club' holds the trophy that- was won.bythe'WAS team during the scheduled for October 9-10. -i McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE
Armed Forces Invitational Judo Tournament held at HAS for the Bill Scarborough, who won the
(first time.Officol event last year' with a 36holdscore
of 150, will! .have to defend
his title against Murphy and other AGENCY INC.
top golfers such as Chris Kappas, MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE SPECIALISTS

Eitry Blank For 1st Aiuil Divol Co., Fla.livitatioHftl 1963 Cocoa champ who recently Lloyd Watts establisheda Jr. of MONTIILY PAYMENT PLANS
new course record at the New
Foir Wall Haidball Tourney Smyrna Beach Country Club and SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS 22's FILED

Ed Hoard. The latter two are Naval Air Station Office Naval Station Office
Name--------.--------___.._____P/one-/ .--------- members of the Gator Links 6463 Roosevelt Blvd. 2990 Majport Road
Address team. Jacksonville. Fla. Atlantic Beach Fla.
Phone 388-7676 Phone 249.5649
The field was filled last week

!My check or money order for $2.00 to cover singles/ entry fee Is I Donald.according There to host pro Joe Mac-
are approximatelyfifteen
attached hereto. Tournament draw will be made. by tournamen entrants on the alternate TH &}OLD 'SARGE' SAYS::
committee on October J8, 7965. Contestants may call 777-3277, list. The tournament is limitedto
ext. 497 or 498, or 355.1436 for pairings after October 78. All entry the first 128 contestants to

fees will be used for awards and balls. Ho entry fees will be enter. black bookis
The golfers will be split into My
eturned after October 75, 7965. ten flights according individual

handicaps.The filled
Jax Special Services championship flight will be

Opens Dove FieldsThe i:. 3 WHEN NOT IN USEr ing comprised handicaps of contestants of' two or boast-under with
MacDonald said.
Special Services Recrea- V TURNOFF Kicking off the weekend event
tion Division sponsored a "Dove THE JUICE" will be an 18-hole pro-am from phone
Shoot" last Saturday at Flora
scratch. Play starts Friday.WESTSIDE .
Home Fla. c' numbers
The shoot was the first of :

many be scheduled held every by the Tuesday divisionand and We f&oKu CaM for gettin'

Membership cards or daily IIkMk\1'\ 1
permits are being issued in the AI money
new club and are available at
Special Services,Bldg.709.Daily VOLKSWAGEN, INC.. coast to coastBeing

permits are $3 and good for one It Sirs To Sat Us More You liy A Used VW
day only, while season member-
ship can be obtained for $25.
This entitles the member to attend WEEKEND Sldlis
all meets throughout the
season. 1960 Mercedes 180, nice . . . .$1095
While doves are the only type
of hunting presently availablethe 1964 VW 1500-S Sedan . . . .$1795 a man of considerable experience,
Special Services Division the Old Sarge knows that checkingour

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I Georgia Tech-MIami Frosh :, Football Predictions .

Clash In Gator Bowl SaturdayHighly .


regarded freshmen Jay Faulkner, a middle guard GAMES ((19. 17)) ((2.1. 73)) ((16. 20)) (guest) ((16.20))

football teams from the Univer- from Jacksonville Beach Flet-
Syracuse Syracuse
sity of Miami and Georgia Tech cher, is plated for heavy duty at 1 J. Syracuse UCLA Syracuse Syracuse

meet at the Gator Bowl Satur- in the Miami line.
day night in a game sponsoredfor Game time is 8:15: p.m. at the 2. Yale Brown Yale Yale Brown Yale Yale

charity by Duval County's Gator Bowl.
III' Ohio St. Ohio St. III
six Kiwanis Clubs. Ohio St.
3. /Ill// Ohio St.
Both teams are considered by Mich St. Mich St. Mich. St Mich. St.
their school's varsity coaching Re-Elected To 4. Mich. Mich. St. Mich.

staffs to be loaded with promising N. Dame N. Dame N. Dame N. Dame
candidates for varsity Fla-Ga. Offices 5. Notre Dome Army N. Dame

j positions next fall. Fla.
Fla Fla. Miss
6. Fla. Miss Fla.
The Miami frosh opened their At a recent meeting of the
season last weekend with an Impressive Florida Georgia Interservice Ky. Fla. St. Ky. Fla. St.
7. F/o./ St. Ky.
46-35 win over Florida .
Conference, Frank R.McCaffrey,
State's freshman team at Orlandoin (athletic director NAS JAX) and Md. Md. Md. Mel. Md.
a game also played for charity Thos. B. McGriff, (athletic 8. Md. Wake Forrest

there. director NAS Cecil Field) were Ark.
Ark. Ark Ark.
It's Georgia Tech's first re-elected to serve as President, 9. Ark. Baylor/ Ark.

freshman game this season, and Treasure and Vice President, .
Tex. Tex. Tex. Tex.
Tech head coach Jack Fligg hopes Secretary for 1965-66 respect- 10. Tex. Okla./ Tex. "

to get a quick start toward ively.
improving on last season's 3.1 This Military conference is JJ. Air Force Co// Col. Col. Col. Col. Col.
freshman record. composed of MacDill AFB, Mc-

Four former Duval County Coy AFB, Patrick AFB, Orlando Wash.Hogs S. Col. S. Col. S. Col. S. Col. S. Col.
high-school players will see AFB, Moody AFB, Hunter AFB, 12. S. Col.
action in the game, with three Robins AFB, Turner AFB, NAS
listed for starting duty. JAX, NAS Sanford, NAS Glynco,
Fullback John Weaver, who NAS Cecil Field, and Mayport Classified Game Animal
with tentative members Marine
played at Forrest High,will start"for Corps Supply Center Albany, I
the Tech frosh, while Allan Georgia and Fort Stewart Hines-
Folkins, former Orange Park yule, Georgia.A For Coming Season In 14 Areas :
lineman is Miami's No. 1 offens- well rounded program in
ive center, and Jackson High's the sports field is planned with
Dick Kincade is a first-team defensive basketball starting the scheduleoff TALLAHASSEE -- Florida open season coincides with that archery season on the Eglin Wild-
halfback for Miami. November 19th, 1965. an-extra for deer hunting. Hog hunters life Management Area.
hunters will receive will be allowed a daily bag limit Areas open to wild hog hunting -
bonus In game animals during the of one and a season's bag of two, are as follows: Palm Beach,
1965-66 hunting season. The except when a specific bag is Alachua and LevYCountiesCamp
talef Marina wild hog has been classified as provided by management area re- Blanding area in Clay County, f f''
game animals on 14 of the state's
gulations.In Fisheating Creek area in Glades
AND BOATYARD 30 wildlife management areas. In addition to the regular hunt- County, J. W. Corbett area in I
addition to the 14 wildlife man- Palm Beach County, Everglades I
l ing season, two special 3-day
MERCURY SALES & SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTRAILERS agement areas, the entire hog hunts will be held on the area in Palm Beach, Dade and .
counties of Palm Beach, Alachuaand Fisheating Creek Wildlife Man- Broward Counties, Avon Park
Levy will be open for wild agement Area on November 5-7 area in Highland sand Polk Coum-
Wet & Dry Storage Marine:Ways hog hunting under regulations and January 7-9. eis, Farmton area in Volusiaand I,
Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET established by the Game and Florida's archers will be Brevard CountiesRichloam j
Fresh Water Fish Commission
allowed five special post season Hernando. Sumter and Pasco
U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH according to W. B. Copeland, wild hog hunts on the Guano River Counties, Guano River area in I
ORANGE PARK PHONE 264.98351 Chairman.In Wildlife Management Area and St. Johns County, Gulf Hammockarea
areas where wild hogs are may take wild hogs during the in Levy County, Cecil M.
I classified as game animalsthe Webb area in Charlotte County, '
Eglin area in Santa Rosa, Okal-
; oosa and Walton Counties, Tel-
ogia Creek area in Gadsden and
Liverty Counties, Point Washington -
I area in Bay and Walton I
LIVE IN LOVELY Counties and the Croom area in I
Sumter and Hernanado Counties.
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T.cMiAai. 'I.1 I
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Tickets are now on sale at

Near NAS.and Cecil Field Special Services, Bldg. 704, for
the Miami-Georgia Tech fresh-
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Cost of admission is $1 for T
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Club with all proceeds going to
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includes principal, interest taxes it insurance ESCONMETT

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], 1965

COLUMN LEFT Florida ,. . .1!I
[ ]I : I ;"
by Dave Colby .,1
Hunting r, '1 (A,< F .

A rtiem !'irvcy trip around Cecil Held :,hawed the following
H rojcct_ .I'. in the' mill or near completion] hy the nation's Rod and Calendar
.1111 Clun.
j'crl13p." lie most clunked.i
L 11 the entire station i.- behind OCTOBER: IGth-Special arch-
hc Officer's Recreation I"arulily. ery hunt opens in Citrus Wild-
111e .-t.ltioll'Seahl'e.: : took life Management Area. 2: rd-
early: J J4,200 cubic yard of din Special archery hunt opens in
nut| of the old pond and spread: Ocala Wildlife Management Area
It t around the'brim, the and Cglin Military Reiervation.'Hit [ .
t at Ion golf cour.-e and ero ,ion i : Special archery hunt closes
Irel": in Ocala Wildlife Management
Tlie lake was re-filled laM t Area.'NOVEMBERi'JthSpecial.
Inontli and i is now named Lake three w t '
Jewman after Lt. (j jg) I.. L. day wild hcg hunt in Fbheating
\'ewman who was: instrumental I Creek Wildlife ManagementArea.
Ini the ]ake'; reconstruction.Temthc Cth-Special bear hunts
stocking date has been close. 7th First phase dove
et for Oct. 15.! The stocking i season clo.-es.; Eglin archery 4t
Iwill be all types of Stlnli.*h hunt close.'. nth-Deer: bear,
Next turkey squirrel and quail
fingerling] :'I. spring LargeMouth season
Bass will be added. opens (in First t. Second, Fourth
It I Is anticipated: that there and Fifth Conservation Districts.
\gill be no fishing for a yearor Woodcock and snipe season opens
| (' ) Newman and Copt. state-wide. 19th Marsh hen
o.SKEET SHOOTING/ Wright check the progresson season closes. 20th Deer,
bear turkey squirrel and quailea.on
the new skeet shooting CECIL PILOTS GET THEIR DOLPHIN. .Cmdr. Hugh Tate,
In back of Lake Newman i la i> opens in Third Conservation -
la nearly] completed skeet ,hooting range. District. Second: phase dove (left) Chief of Staff Officer for Carrier Air Wing Four and Cmdr.
season 24thFirst Charles Fritz ex Chief of Staff Officer Four cashed in
range that should be one of opens. phase at on a
I the finest in the aouth. The range BONES duck, goose and coot hunting day of fine fishing at Key West recently and came back with on
| \vlll be open to anyone.I"ciutie DECEMBER: 5 th Second assorted catch of Do// hin. Sailfish and Barracuda.
club plan are to open When the Atlantic Coast phase dove season close: Special -
I the raiiite with a barbeque and basketball opens this winter there archery hunt in Citrus Wild- NAMEPLATES 3 FOR $ i ,6Oor 4FOR$1 asOO
turkey shoot. will be a colorful absence form life Management Area close:
DOVE SEASONDove the game; new that Horace 6th First phase duck goose All rates available on finest black or brown
(Bones) McKinney i. gone. and coot season close 10th- leather in 23K GOLD

with iCason a bang opened at Cecil last Saturday Field.- McKinney: an ordained Baptist in First Citrus spscial Wildlife three ManagementArea day gun junt 2 y" x4%" size

One of three do\e fields on the l1Iinbter'Iho} coached Wake For- opens. 18thThird phase
station was opened to members rest for SPECIAL INSIGNIAS
College eight years: dove season and second phase
for opening day ::hooting. The could show more irrevence for duck and
field on the Cecil side of referees and opponents from the ,opens.31st-Second goose special coot season three $ 1.00 o// 3 FOR$ 2.00
Normandy b planted to millet EACH
corn and pea It ii Is opened to bench than nio.-t of the country's day gun hunt Citrus Wildlife Send black & white
ember a on Wednesdays: and basketball:: coaches combine); i Management Area opens. copy of insignia SAM IIENDRICKSA2C
:.Saturdays. The fiery McKinney resignedlast JANUARY: 1st Snipe and USN
Tie two dove fields at White- month with the reason of ,woodcock season closes. 2nd- RALPH Illustration-Hair She
house will be open to the publica ill health. But there was a ]Deer and bear reason closesin
well as club member;. These hint from an administration | First Second,Fourth>d Fifth MCCLURE Send order with remittance to:
fjed] are planted with millet spokesman: that there would be a ,Conservation Districts. 3rd. Q .. HANK'SBox
Fr will cost the public and mem- change coming up this year after phase dove season: closes. 7th- LCDR USN
ber.$2: for a day's hunting. the cage season.; pecial! three day wild hog huntin 443 Wesconnett Br.

The fields are open on Tuesdaysand The ex-Demon Deacon coach j i Fisheating Creek. 8th-Wild- Jacksonville Fla. 32210
Fridays from noon to iiin- hasn't indicated just what he will ]life Management\ Areas open. lllu tr.tlon.Ilalf Slrt' Phone: 771.4392
do now, but he did assure) that
ertllt it wouldn't be coaching. # *
Cecil Field Rod and Gun
There may be better basketball NEW 1065 BELVEDERE4DOQR
Club President, LCdr. Ray coache, in the btMiie--,
Fox said that has
the club
but there aren't many: that can
reached its total member- equal Bone bench antics. .
ship and applications are Bins
only being taken from Navy /

personnel and civilians reporting EUROPACARSupplying DRIVE-IN

work to. Cecil for duty and British and Eur- NOW OPEN 24 HRS

opean Cars to U. S. Ser

PROGRESSAll vicemen. Buy at factory T BAR BQat V-8, Seat Belts, Electric Wipers

F. 0. B. prices, plus deli.
its best
the projects mentioned costs. Factory Heater/DefrosterPush
above the Rod and Gun Club hay: very Also FULL MENU
:Md or will have had a hand in. 5 The ParadeSt. Button Transistor Radio.
The club ha.- come a long way Helier, Jersy, C. I. NOW UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT
face it', tart last fall when Great BritainJ.C.ThonpsoiUSNRet.
12 men got together for the first
With Chrysler's Famous
time. VERN DEBBIE Warranty !

The club meets tonight at 7:30: ROOSEVELT
!111 the Cecil Field loU Shack. 387-5356 6035 BLVD.

There will be an election of Remember Nobody Undersells
Outgoing officers; for
|the first year are President, tornBEL.A..FOR: :
Lc r. Ray Vice-President, I
'eorge Jones l Is Secretary
Treasure. J
The meeting is open to mili-
tary people III the area.


'(fisherman While mention on it seems the nimrods-approprIateto and MENS NITE-Every Tues. : 7 AM. Til Closing Drive a little Save a lot

a proposal that has
come out of Cecil's Athletic YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGE 29*

Director What' he Mr.ha Tom McOriff. only 20 I mih. so. of HAS on hwy, 17Phone
; suggested i Lthat
we or the suggest: a fishing: content HAPPY HOUR 4 Til 6 Daily Jax/ 2646555S.
:tation. No rules] at pre-
;'ent. jut; hash the idea around
a dee how it is received.
Any interested angler should 8679 ROOSEVELT BLVD. We Have A Wide Selection Of 46rAt
gt'r together with Mr. McCJriff 1 ;
.ar' the -t.uion gym or Special UNHEARD-OF-SAVINGS !
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J Airmen, 3-Tipplersl
VP-7.3-Duffers, 3
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will hold try-outs for the var- diurchKey, 3-King Pins, 1
sity team commencing on Satur- Hard Hats, 3-Torch Pots, 1 -
day 9 October, at 0930 in the Spartans, 3-Seabees, 1 Birds, 3-Operations i 3G79th. ,... .,.,'..r..: :
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