Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 2, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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r'j": VOL. 23 NO. 38

i ;r-w Beach Choral Society Congressman I


To Perform 'Messiah' Cederburg

The beginning of the Christmas ical maturity and Is rapidly earning Visits HAS PAL DAYST.

season at NAS Jax will be marked musical recognition. As solo-

by the presentation of one of ist the group features Bette Edwards iI I.. r- ,. jIJ.J/: /
the great musical masterworks of soprano; Phylby Goodsell Congressman Elford A. Ceder- i
all time. Wiggs, mezzo-soprano; Wallace berg of Michigan, paid a visitto AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
Handel's great oratorio "The Bartesz, tenor; and Jimtom Ri- NAS Jacksonville last week to
Messiah", will be performed by chardson, bass-baritone. study the proposed military con- SATURDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1965

the Beaches Choral Society of Handel's "Messiah", his struction projects for fiscal year aT. AUOUST1MI UM COUNCIL It YOUR HOST THIS DAY
Jacksonville Beach at the All greatest and best loved work,has 1967.A CIIICIt WITH YOUR BBRVICE INFORMATION omen OB KTEOAL snvicn OFFICER REGARD.1MB .
Saint's Chapel on Dec. 12. The been performed over the entire native of Bay City,Congressman TRANSPORTATION TO IT.AUCUIHMI"1ICDKa.

choral society, under thebatonof world since It was first presented Cederberg arrived at the Na- TO AU n uvmm. AmACTum iwrt rm M IN urn imiroui MIOW.rot Mrwmim mm WITH.rtitiua.IVMAKM*..on..II''.'.'.rwcMM. uun MOW'1'0"*AMITTU CA....

Barnes E. Sale, Jr.,' will begin in 1742. His genius was revealed val Air Station Thanksgiving I. FOUNTAIN or TOUT ,. .. k---k.... A_ --- t
their concert at 7:30 p.m.. by the fact that he com- afternoon. On Friday morningthe I. OLD JAIL -.? .. ES'-A_
Mr. Sale who is Director of posed this magnificent work in Michigan Republican was L OLD SUGAR MILL .. .. Rr __ A_ ,1
Music at Fletcher Junior High twenty-four days.In briefed by members of the Fleet BELIEVE rr OR NOT MUSEUM......._-l'........AramFt.
I. CAmu.o DR lAM IIAICOI r.4)) ...... .Mart*CMi.SLCMTftBIn
School, is a graduate of Emory sponsoring this presentationof Air Jacksonville staff. f. OLDEST WOO KN SCHOOL HOUSE...,....?....- ..
University and holds advanced the "Messiah" it Is hoped Accompanied by Rear Admiral I. AIl"'S IIOVIIllIUlKtnI... _41..G..r.,......
degrees in music. He is widely that this will become a trad- H. H. Caldwell, COMFAIRJAX, OLD SPANISH I"N' _4J SL GMTI*Stral
known throughout the Southeastern ition at NAS Jax to mark the he flew to Sanford Naval Air II. MUSICALMUSIUN ,Bt.C. inS>MH
11 CASA DEL HIDALGO....... ._... .CMrft M4 NypR4 .
United States as a featured official opening of the Christmas Station to study proposed II GUN SHOP AND MUSEUM (Of AMA M W.....)_U Bp. bk Bin* /
.... ..
soloist in opera and concert, and season. construction projects there. San- HISTORICAL DIORAMA_ _II-C A.,... Mra* .
ford is the home base for Re- 11 OLD STORE MUSEUM_. _. ..4 ArtlUwr.....
has been the organizer and director This occasion provides an opportunity ? .;
of the Choral Society since for military personnelto connaisance Attack Wing ONE 11 IORATIM CASTLE _...., >U Kluf Slra..
its founding a year ago. share with their civilian whose squadrons fly the RA II It. ro-rruiWAXMUSIUN.-IIJ.gBtr.t NO'ITL PONCK 111 LION_______ >Ihi|Sin*

In addition to Mr. Sale, solo- friends the pleasure of hearing 5C Vigilante and the A 3 Sky- II. OLDEST HOUSE _.._. ..II..Fnuwta
't ITATI AR8ENAL (FNO H4,UU. -) .,...??...????...AI .......u.t
ist for the rendition of the uMessiah" this great music. warrior. IT.AUGUSTINE:ALLIGATOR FAD .... L.Ie AlA"" .,
of All attached to 14. MYHTERT HOUSE ...... '".._._...?..??..?.?....???.......AlA S.NA
will be some the finest personnel commands Returning to the Naval Air Station II. CATORLAND ALLIGATOR FARM..____....1 Nert'
voices in'the Jacksonville area, aborad the air station are after-
accompanied by an orchestra of cordially invited to make a date I A.... THROUGH 4 r. M. (TOURS START ON HOUR AND HALT HOUR)
noon, the Congressman toured ... _... ,_ ....... ..
twenty-five instruments. with their families and friendsto AI.1. 4 mn *In*M Cf..l..f r- w IMAM tr.lr w 1..A.. II ....
local facilities with Captain John -N.
Although young in age, the hear the "Messiah" at 700; P.l..e.r. M. .._,--, Ir..t P.tt N..1..Nw A..t..,....'....N..AlA N.nll._
R. Mackrothand Adm. Caldwell.The .U.. ,.-...-Put.-.....N.W..q.A..rM iU4.rwK M...AlA .....
Choral Society showsmuch_ mustti' P.m., Dec. 12. two briefed Representative nu n""NOIIT'TIOIl...I M._M.. .

Cederberg on the need for the Fr..r.dsndbUfO.tCuts cw..zo..,*......-IZ t.....Me
proposed pro- S T01 r.M.r .
in '"NAS' Jacksonville/ "'\Io-M
Jects'area. the \

Congressman Cedarberg left
W Jacksonville area on Saturday.A !I

1A veteran of World War 6, Augustine

: t the Congressman represents the
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.... Tenth Michigan District. He en-
lY" tered the Army in April 1941 ]
'J" and was commissioned a captainin
1943. He participated in the Sets Pal Day

Normandy invasion and foughtin
France and Germany. He

was awarded the Bronze Star Servicemen and their dependents will again be guests of the St. ,
Medal and is entitled to wear Augustine USO Council for a tour of the ancient city on Saturday, 1
five campaign battle stars. Dec. 4.

Admission to attractions offered -

.4iMANAGEMENT on "Pal Day" will be by
/, uniform'only, beginning at 8a.m.
'Christmas Star' Delivers through 8 p.m. Twenty five

attractions are opening their

I doors free of charge to all servicemen -

Gifts To Men In Viet Namletters and dependents.The their wives. ,girlfriends

OF PEOPLE was the speech topic at the
Nov. 23rd Armed Forces Association luncheon USO will also serve free
The Navy is participating ina and greetings from rela-
food the Elks Club 20
at Bay
by Mr. Prime Osborn of the ACL Railroad. Listening intentlyto
Department of Defense author- tives, friends and acquaintances.Many Street from 12-3 and at
the speech are Copt. J. R. Mackroth, AFMA President, ized limited airlift to carry community ( citizens, individually In the USO Club, LIghterner Mus-

and Mr. Jack Leverence, Chapter Vice President for Pro- Christmas gifts from the groups, have asked the Depart- eum Building, from 6-3 p.m.
grams. American people to U. S. servicemen ment of Defense for lists of Free parking will be availablefor

in Vietnam. servicemen to whom they all busses and cars at the
Railroad Executive Speaks This supplemental holiday air could write. Armed forces reg- Chamber of Commerce Visitors
lift will be provided by the Air ulations prohibit publication of Information Center where trailer I
Force Reserve and the Air such lists. In some cases organizations trains be boarded for
can toursto
National Guard so that the have sponsored of
At Nov. AFMA Luncheon various points interest.
delivery of these ;gifts will not campaigns through local newspapers Free transportation Is being provided -
Rim any way impair the priority radio and television stations aboard the trailer train
Prime Osborn, Executive Vice as the physical sense; and the movement of men and equipment to assemble lists on their for tours that start every houron
President of the Atlantic Coast desire for security which to the .mllitary assistance own from friends and relatives. the half hour. The city
Line Railroad, was guest's can sometimes be overdone," he command, Vietnam. There is Other organizations have sou- bus line is also extending the
at the Nov. 28 meeting of Jacksonville ample airlift without this holi- ght to make contributions of mon service time
said.Mr. same at during
Chapter 40 of the Armed Osborn also considered the day supplement to handle all ey to the Department of Defense. the day. any
Forces Management Association. problem of "morality" In man- personal mall and individual gifts Regulations prohibit acceptanceof

Mr. Osborn's theme lan- agement . recognition of sent to military men in Vietnamby such contributions which can Servicemen and their families
agement of People," consisted of the fact by managers that their their families and friends. however be made to the USO, may take advantage of the free
three major points that form the responsibility is not to the stock- Such mail is essential to morale American Red Cross or private picnic areas at se\'erallocatlons:

basis of the relationship between holder alone, but also to the em- and must move first. voluntary agencies registeredwith Davenport Park,North San Marco
Management and the people that ployees and to the community in The special airlift action cal- the agency for International Avenue; Wayside Park, Route

. make up the organization. which the activity is located. led "Christmas Star" requiredby Development In Vietnam. These AlA North, Lighthouse Park,
i The first point discussed by "The responsibility of Man- the avalanche of items which Include such agencies as CAREa near the lighthouse; and Anastasia !

I Mr. Osborn involved the preservation agement to nurture and allow expression groups and organizations, large nH the People-to-People Found- State Park, Route AlA
J of "individualism' in to the "creativity" in. and small, have collected to demonstrate ,ation. South.

each employee and each member each employee, must also be re- their support for the U.S. The Air Force has been designated Last year approximately
II t of Management. "This can be cognized., Much of our country's effort in Vietnam. These will be as the military depart- 5,000 service personnel their
f accomplished by recognizing the great wealth and industrial mightIs sent to field commands for ment responsible for carryingout families took advantage of the
Importance of the desire for based on innovation In every general distribution to their men. the special holiday airlift. USO's Pal Day activities to visit

dignity inherent in every human field. Employees, through their Support for U. S. servicemenin Other military departments will the ancient city and learnof
' being{ ; the desire for survival, Vietnam can be demonstratedmost the history of Florida and their
in the economic sense as well Continued on Page 2 effectively through personal Continued on Page 2 country.



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EDITORIAL :.D'A V:Ittl1 a, ] ; \n ;a's{ Chaplains MessageBy

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Our Heritage "Freedom n- "


Twenty Four years ago the United States was pulled Into Edward's Chapeland
mankind's greatest conflict by the Dec. 7 attack on Pearl
Harbor. We all know the story of the attack and the war that fol- George Bernard Shaw once remarked that our planet must be

lowed. We have read of the toll in lives and hardship suffered by Naval Hospital the one to which the other planets send their insane. It's hard to
the successful defenders of freedom. get around the impression that we earthlings live and act like insane -

Today we are engaged in a struggle of equal, if less violent, SUNDAY MASSES 0630St. people. In an age when food and clothing production is pos-
- -
proportions. Only In comparatively small places Korea and Hospital. Edward's sible to supply the needs of every person on earth, millions are

the( Republic of Vietnam have Americans come into direct
Chapel - 0900 & 1100 without a sufficient supply of either. In a social order where econ-
battle with of freedom.
physical_ -.. ,. M.i potential ii.nfc 1 1 *M destroyers* 'IJ.t'\...,* ,....f* tm.iM-a'i *ua B Mrt omic security is within our grasp, the vast majority of people on
., DAILY MASSESSt. earth have little real security and little llklihood of attaining it.

-. ,, Iii Edward's: In a world where there could be peace and happiness if we really
l / Monday thru Friday 1130 wanted it, man is the only animal that organizes for the purpose of
...,. Saturday - - 0900
.. .. .
,J.-- .. Naval Hospital: killing his young. The proverbial Man From Mars coming here
.... Friday - - 1205
.. .t .' :. .. ..,.. .;'.., might indeed decide he had arrived on a' planet of insane people.

CONFESSIONSSt. The question is how to live sanely in a world which seems to
Edward's : have gone mad. The first requirement is to face yourself and the

.4 Saturday - 1900 2000 world with complete candor and honesty. It is not possible to face
Sunday - - 0815 0845; the inadequacies in the world's life until you have first faced the
1015 1045

Hospital: Sunday -----0615 inadequacies in your own life; for whatever is wrong with the worldis

basically an extension of whatever is wrong in us who inhabit the
CATECHISM CLASSES world. The more clearly we see human inadequacy, the'more cer-
Chapel Annex Building 722: tain become that need and
we we help over beyond ourselves.
The end of this struggle is not in sight. The war in Vietnam could Saturday's 1000
begin to live sanely amid the world's when
insanity only we become
last a long time. The moral, social and economic struggle in which
the forces of democracy and the communism engage will probablylast DIVINE/ / SERVICES
longer. PROTESTANTAll aware that there is a Power in the world that can do for us and. our
world what we cannot do in our own strength.
The Americans at Pearl Harbor contributed much to the battlewe Saints Chapel

fight today. They left a heritage of courage, will power,
strength and faith in the American way. This is where the Gospel of Christ comes in. It teaches us that
This year on Dec. 7we owe those men a moment of thought SUNDAY'S I God not only created this world but that He is still the controllingand

a promise. Every day that we serve in the armed forces we must 0800 -- --Holy Communion directing influence in its ultimate destiny. Man has made the
continue to uphold our heritage so that freedom's torch never 0930 & 1100 Divine Worship
dies in the United States, and lights the darkness for all the peoples world a dark end frightening place, but the good news of Christian
'of the world. (AFPS) SUNDAY SCHOOL faith is that the Light of God has shined into the world's darknessin
------Chapel Annex the person of Jesus Christ. It is this Light that must attract
Building 722 and direct us as individuals if we are to live sanely and helpfully.
Railroad Executive 'Chrl st"as" Star'

.Continued/ from Page 1 Continued from Page 1 WEDNESDAY'S

creativity, can and 'must contribute assist as requested. Air Force 1900Choir Rehearsal Letter To The Editor.

to this." Reserve aircraft will haul pack-
Mr. Osborn's final point"Godin ages within the continental United SECOND MONDAY of Each Month

the Marketplace," was a reminder States to points designated by 0930 Chapel Women's Guild Dear Editor: dignant at losing my individual

that our country and our Continental Command. There (Small Chapel) I felt that I had to make a identity by being classified as a
American way of life is foundedon they will be picked up by longer comment on the letter which was "dependent wife". These words
the basic tenets of Judeo- U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
published in your paper on Nov- have come to convey a meaningover
Christian ideals.UWe must range Air National Guard air- Sunday'-------- 1000 ember 18, 1965 under the title the years that is not always
never lose sight of this, and craft for movement overseas to of "Inspection for Service complimentary.So .

Management must convince itself Vietnam. Additionally some civilian SERVICESAT Wives". Personally, I feel that
and each of its employees of the airline capability may be DIVINE .the letter does an injustice to the please don't tell majority

importance of the stewardship of used as space !is available. CECIL FiELDPROTESTANT thousands of ordinary Navy wives of us to clean up, comb our hair
time, the time allotted to each who have for years fought to and make a desirable or proper
person to make his contributionto Organizations which have collected preserve an outward good appearance appearance. It's not necessary!

himself" his employer, and his gifts for service men Today for the public eye. It We're way.ahead of you--our own

country. should contact ComFairJax Information Choir Practice at 7 is simply the same problem that personal pride prevented this
The meeting was presided over Office at Ext. 592 or
by Chapter President, Capt.JohnR. the U. S. Sta Sunday before
Navy Recruiting Sunday School at 9:30 every Navy wife meets where being a necessity long
Mackroth, NAS, Commanding tin, 356 3076, for detailed Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m.a.m. ever she may follow her husband. most of us became one of those

Officer. Distinguished guests shipping instructions.In Communion on the first The women who strive to set a "darn dependents". Most of us
included Capt. S. D. Wright, Sunday of the month. good example for others are are proud of being Service wives
CO, NAS Cecil Field, Capt. J. S. order to distribute the gifts never noticed, commended and try to do what we can in
Swope, CO, Naval Station May- before Christmas in Vietnam the CATHOLIC seldom appreciated for what or- our own quiet way to prove it.
port, and two former CommandIng airlift within the U.S. must be nce they appear
Daily ; present to the
Officers of NAS, Jax, Capt. Dec. 5. No
completed by pack- 11:20 a.m. Mass general public. The only As to the Commanding Officer
J. R. Compton and Capt. E. W. be after that
ages can accepted Sunday who generallygainmentionorobservation having to issue an order along

Parrish. date. 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- are those who reflect this line, just what IS wrong that

fessions heard before each the poorest attributes of a Navy their husbands doing a little to
Mass. wife. solve these same problems?

I What Is Your Servic Letter'll JEWISHCall Most wives would no more They must get tired of lookingat

Ext. 311 for informationon dream of meeting their husband's these women, also. Shouldn'tit

Jewish Services. ship as it comes back to port be up to their sponser to request -
without a shiny countenance that they present an acceptable -
Service numbers took on a tern which was! first established TrafficViolations more than any
would they
new look yesterday. The systemof in 1918 finally of wear a appearance
ran out numbers.
pair shorts
to church on Sun- come aboard the Station or else
number service numberIs A
an all new had
system to found
of the and day morning. It is just this ask them _to please stay home.
a thing past. the letter plus six digits ridiculous.Has .
Mrs. L. JonesEDITOR'S
Commencing on Dec. I, 1965, was chosen because it kept the The following is a report of .. Johnny

personnel who entered the Navy service at seven characters.This motor vehicle accidents and traffic the thought occured to anyone -
were assigned a service number violations for the period that the women at the pier
which was prefixed by a letter ofthe. enables the forms
present and November 23 November 30. quite frequently are not all Navy ( COMMENT) Although -
alphabet and followed by six automatic data
processing ma- Number of Accidents wives
or dependents
quite a few we agrefe with Mrs. Jones
digits. chines in use by the Navy to be This Week November 23 just might be classified
as civil- that the majority of Service Wivesdo
The seven digit numbering sys retained without revision.
November 30
-------6 ians. Generally
anyone who requests comply with the regulationsof
Total Accidents this year through permission can come meet decent dress and appearance,
November 1964 - 219 the incoming ships and frequently the article in the Nov. 18 issue of
Number of Accidents through will do so. Jax Air News was published in
AX AIR: NEWSThe November 30, 1965227
Total number of days since last I
resent being lumped into the .
an "If The Shoe Fits" attitude.We
Injury a motor vehicle
catagory as these women wish, like Mrs. Jones, that
accident - - 12 who
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Number of ViolationsThis were written about In your we did not know any service wives

distributed each Thursday at the' U. S. Naval Air Station, Week - - 32 published letter. I don't feel the who would dress and act in this
majority of
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Speeding---------8 be reminded Navy to wives need to manner but we have patronizedthe

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Reckless Driving - 2 appearance. I present don't know a pleasing ANY Navy Exchange and Commissary

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, Going through Stop Sign 5 wives who whould meet ANY Store frequently and wIt-
ship described
Other Violations - 27 nessed such appearances as
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 1200 noon on Monday before under these circumstances. Per-
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- Twenty Four drivers appeared -
before the Traffic Hearing haps, I have been in the article. Where
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. fortunate in
Board at the meeting held on knowing the correction to the problem.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisherand queries November 23. women who would have lies until
Disposition of the presented we do not know, but
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing a neat, if not always
cases included the following: Ten new, EVERY service wife learns to
Company,* 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida... lost driving and parking appearance anyplace. It accept her portion of the respon

Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. privileges aboard station for is a shame that all Navy wives sibility of presenting a pleasant

various periods;Twelve received must be shamed by a few unkempt picture of servicemen and their

VOL. 23 NO. 38 December 2, 1965 suspensions; Three, were given uncaring women who may families, we will be forced to
warnings; and Four referred to or may not be dependent wives. contend with such phrases as
commanding officers for possible Service
"Darn and
disciplinary action. After 20 years I still become in- Brats."Dependents


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November, (Marks Official VS-743 Wins


I End of Hurricane SeasonThe Sixth Flight t\", .. .- ;" \: <.. ,,.. ., ;i

1965 hurricane 'season ation. Elena was moving away Safety Award .4I-. : '
ended with a total of five hurricanes from landfall so rapidly that it '- .
M. Smith C. O. of OJ
Cdr. J. : I-
and storms or was beyond the operational
approximatelY' one-half of the the seeding and monitoring rangeof VS-743 of NARTU consecutive Jax, receivedthe aviation > ......__..
normal amount. aircraft before Project Storm-
Anna, Carol and Elena spent fury could begin. flight safety citation his squadronhas

most 'of their days far out In The Stormfury agenda had earned. awarded
These are
the Atlantic but erratic 'Betsy some measure of success how-
smashed the Florida "Gold ever, as the Cumulus Experiment annually by the Chief of Naval t .
the New of the Air Reserve Training to squad- .
Coast" ,and Keys and portion Project was con-
Orleans ,areas with .high tides ducted from July 26 to Aug. rons which have maintained out-
and 130 knot winds. With ,total 12 at Puerto Rico. This experiment standing flight safety programs
of 1 billion dollars with resultant savings in lives,
damages over evaluated the silver Iodide -
and over 60 deaths attri- seeding unites, called Ale- material and NARTU time. An A4C "Skyhawk" from Attack Squadron One SeventyTwo
squadron to
buted to her,violence,Betsy more ctos, that were developed by the
Jack A. Nelson refuels RF8 A"Crusader"
receive its sixth award is VS- piloted by Lt.g(\ ) an -
for her well Naval Ordnance
than made: up more Test Station,
behaved sisters. Debbie threat- China Lake for weather modifi- 742, commanded by Cdr. R. L. from Light Photographic Squadron Sixty Two
ened the gulf coasts of Louisiana, cation.In Blyth. Between VS742 and VS- over the Mediterranean Seal Both aircraft, attached to Attack

Mississippi, Alabama and Florida -. all, approximately 250 officers 743 over 25,000 accidentfreehours Carrier Air Wing One based at HAS Cecil, are currently
but 'she failed to Intensifyand enlisted men and civilians have been flown during the deployed aboard t the carrier Roosevelt.
only ,caused,heavy rains and flew 139 missions totaling past six years in the GrummanS2F
high tides. 806 hours in sixteen aircraft "Tracker" antisubmarine I

The end. of the hurricane season completing the experiment. Be- aircraft. Blue Bolts Noles'
VP-742 and VS-741
VP-741 ,
also signifies 'the, end ofProject cause of the voluminous data acquired -
took their fourth straight awards
Stormfury for 1065. it will take months to

Project Storr fury (the joint ,U., complete the, evaluations, but the VR-743 while VR-742 gained earned Its second Its third.cita- The "Blue Bolts" of Attack Burrows, squadron commanding
S. Navy U. S. Weat Bureau. Cumulus Experiment was termed
Squadron One officer became
tion and VR-741, VA-741 and US- Seventy Two com- a "Triple Cen-
experiment the modification of an operational success by Cdr. 741 received their first.; pleted the fifth month of their turion" since departing NAS Cecil t
hurricanes' ) was twice cancelled, J. W. Kidd, Assistant Officerin current Med deployment' aboardthe In June. Cmdr. Bruce Nys-
at the last moment when Hurricanes -' Charge, Fleet Weather Facility USS Franklin D. Roosevelt trom, squadron executive fleer, ,
Betsy and Elena failed to 'Jacksonville, who was the last month. Presently on their M

cooperate.In Navy project coordinator. eleventh Med Cruise, VA-172
According to Capt. ShermanE. S < is a pan of Attack Carrier Air became a "Roosevelt Centur-
order, for Stormfury to be Wright, Officer In Charge, Wing One based at NAS Cecil ion", bringing his total carrier I
initiated a hurricane had to be Fleet Weather Facility Jacksonville arrested landings of his Naval

situated at least 36 hours from a who Is also the Assistant The cruise has included exten- career to 444.

landfall, based climatological Director for Project Stormfury, sive flying in support of various . . . J
data. Betsy entered the climatological the joint operation will be extended fleet and NATO exercises as wellas .
area but .1)jast as'the to next year with the con- visits to the ports of Naplesand *4
experiment was to be initiated she centration on seeding tropical i I
changed course causing cancell- storms and hurricanes. squadron personnelwere
I Italy Marseille, advanced in November as
France; Valencia and Palma, the first increment of men who
Spain; and Istanbul, Turkey. successfully passed the August

I I I ::1 Navy wide examinations.

New Books at Library CITATION/ .Copf. C. W.
e. . . .
By Sharon ;Arnold., Librarian Pittman, Jr., CO of HARTU, . . .
Cdr. J. M. Smith
THE UGLY RUSSIAN by Victor more. Then he became Repub- presents ,. Cmdr. Nystrom will relieve
Lasky. Mr. Lasky visited twenty lican candidate for the Pre- CO of VS-743, the sixth consecutive During the cruise, seven"Blue Cmdr. Burrows as squadron ,
five countries In Asia, Africa sidency in 1972 and he was determined / aviation flight safe Bolt pilots have become"Dou- skipper when they return to NAS (
and the Middle East to find out to win by any means. ty citation.. ble Centurions". Cmdr. K. A. Cecil in midDecember.I .
how Ivan looks to the rest of . . .
the world. The picture shows MISS MACINTOSH, MY DARLINGby
that he isn't the paragon of fool- Marguerite Young. A long ST11Alio
proof techniques for global "to ((1216 pages), poetic novel, 17 AY I.
getherness" that Russia would years in the writing a novelof lia iity"SlraICI\
have us believe. Concise, read- the road and of the human
lot to say about Russian failures, spirit In Its search for reality ,
the SIno-Soviet rift and the ous- In a world of Illusion and night- o FoR i iQersopflel
ter of Krushcev. mare. It is an epic of what '

. . might be called the Arabian All\ Military StATUS

Clayton Belshaw began his political ALMANAC, 1965. One featureofthIs REGARDLESS IN5l1RAN E
career< he was an honest, almanac is the 1964 Winter 1\ \ with the IntrrrdHA I
likable, somewhat idealistic fellow and Summer Olympic Games in \t&t STREET CAUSIWA1.;...nMA.",a oR Uubllk ac Ineufoneon
but he was ambitious and record and narrative. It also New Concept
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of Patrol Squadron Seven, bid "bon voyage" to Cdr.A. Ceunh

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nella/ Sicily, where he will coordinate the arrival of Patrol

Squadron Seven early in December.


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FaA sk Us' NATTC Student NATTC :

Some time ago there was quitea G. L. Thomas, PN1, NASCecil Commended For
bit of talk and action going on Personnel Office "I think Behind The Scene
to see If some changes could be the uniform is Prompt Action
made in the enlisted man's uni- fine Just the
form. Certain ships and installations way it is. I A letter of commendation was By Angus Thompson, J03A

were designated to wouldn't want f, presented Friday morning to number of seemingly small Bobby told his mother that he I
have First and Second Class Pet It any other YJ NATTC student by Capt. ThomasB. heroic deeds go unmentioned and and Mike Hollowell, John and 7- !
ty Officers wear the Chief Petty way. There is Ellison, Commanding Officerof unrecognized daily. One such year-old Richard O'Donnell had
Officer type uniform, minus a a lot of tradi- rtra the training center, during event that happened two weeks ago been playing near a d rainage ditch
few accessories, on an experi- tion behind it. ceremonies held in his office. called
? was to my attention re- in the woods near their home.
mental basis. Since the experiment The uniform L. THOMAS AMS2 Roger William Hen- cently. I mention it in this column He said that they teamed up and
has ended, so has a distinguished you as a sailor dricks, a SCORE student at the not because one of the boys, threw lumps of sand at each other.
lot of the hope forgetting, or and no other part of the service.It Aviation Electrician's Mate "A" 11-year-old Bob Hoare, is a Mrs. Hoare's letter continued:
not getting, this type of uniform.To is a comfortable uniform. I School, was commended for his member of NATTC's Boy Scout "Suddenly Mike started scream-
see: if this was 'passing think the blues should be made out "clear thinking and prompt act- Troop 131, but because I feel ing, "Dick is buried under the
fad among the men our photo- of a different type of material so ion" during an October 28 incident that quick action and clear think- sand r' Richard had crawled

grapher/reporter went out' with they wouldn't pick up lint so easy. in which he is believed to ing by any youngster that results into a tunnel that was dug last
the question'of what they thought A sailor works along time to have
prevented permanent physical in the saving of a play- summer either to get more
of the enlisted man's uniformand make chief'"so why give it to a damage or possible deathto mate's life deserves recognition.The chunks of sand, I presume, or to
what changes they would liketo subordinate. an electrical shock victim. incident was revealed to take cover from the other boys.
see, if any? Hendricks was serving as the to John Fricke, MA3, Scout The ground above him collapsedand
Duty Master at Arms in Bar- Master in a letter by Mrs. Robert Richard was buried beneaththe
D. Doggett, PN3, NAS Cecil racks 544 on that date, when his Hoare. She said: sand." J
N. R. Thomas;NAS Cecil Wea- Personnel Office "I don't think investigation of a disturbance in "Shortly after 5 p.m.last Tue- "All we could see was Rich-
pons Department. -"I like the the uniform is the lower deck lounge area led sday, November 18, I arrived ard's hands and fingers wiggling.
enlisted man's( practical. The to the discovery of A,A ThomasE. home from my Club Den meetingand Then I started crying, too, and
uniform as Jt dress uniform e Schultz, who was lying across' started preparing dinner. A then we all started digging until
is. To me'it: : should be ch- x, a lounge chair in a>i apparently few minutes later my son, Bob, we found Richard's head. Whenwe
represents a j anged to hard trf nIt's )'' unconscious state. came running into the kitchen and finally found him his face
part of the hat and coat. / Schultz, who had been severely said"Mom, mom, we Just saved was covered with sand and his
Navy and navaltradition. difficult to e ? shocked while attempting to adjust Richard's life!I" And then I remember nose was full of it and he couldn't .
1 keep blues and the television set in the asking what had hap- breath and was gasping for air. ;
.... whites clean DOGGETT
think this is a "
the pened. Then we him and
lounge, responded to treat- pulled out car-
strong in- N. R. THOMAS especially when you are workingin rfpA ),1m h,.,.....? to
fluential factor which should be them. Blues are hot and ment after a little more than a
considered before any changesare sticky, and whites, well just put minute and was transported to
made. In fact, the style them on and they are dirty." the NAS Dispensary. was WESCONNETT
released later the same evening
seems to be traditional for manyof
with no visible ill effects.
the world's Navies. I think
tradition should be especially W, Emerton, FA, Special Ser- During the presentation, Capt. 1
considered if any change con- --"! think it's Rood the way Ellison said: "The response FLORIST :
Hendricks in
shown by emer-
templated is for the sake of it i is, and it'sK: -nJ. I
change only." a good tradition (t i training gency is,combined a reflection with of the sound dedication : Ai We wire Flowers
"Aside from this, I think the behind it. ,: Located
halfway between Cetll & NAS
If of a career petty officer, at
enlisted man's uniform when there were to } l F
properly worn, is a good look- be any change; M/ J i I est and traditions is in keeping of Naval with the service.high- 103rd St & Wesconnett Blvd.

ing one. It also serves to it should be i Hendricks' actions have brought 5329 WESCONNETT BLVD.
the of the U. S. made in the' t
distinguish men
trousers. The credit to the Navy and to this FREE DELIVERY PHONE 771-3770
Navy from the other branchesof ". command." L
the Armed Forces." wide bottoms EMERTONof
R. E. Cook, AA VA 44 the whites are too difficult to I
"I don't think there should be keep clean. The wool in the blues !
any changes catches lint and it is almost impossible -
made. It's a to keep them clean. Theyare GET THAT NEW CAR
comfortableuniform. not the most comfortable for
The traveling because they are too
only complaint heavy. Nevertheless, I feel thatif !

I have against ,, a man takes pride in wearinghis for CHRISTMAS with a
the blues is : clothes, he can look sharp 1
traveling in and well represent his outfit,
them if you COOK regardless of the type of material :
travel in the summer, or [In any they are made of.
hot climate. To me this is the
only time the uniform is uncom-
fortable. I think tradition The United States Navy designed -
the circuits for the world's
means a lot to our country and
the Navy uniform correspondswith first radio-controlled plane in I
this tradition." 1923 and for the first target I II
drone in 1937
C. C. Mitchell, AK3, VF-62-
"If we are going to have a
modern Navy, then we should
have a modern 1._" WESCONNETTFURNITURE
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dition, but a different '
would be more 5325 Wescoooett Blvd. at 103rd
practical. I
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hat, tie, pants, and coat. This
gives a sharpermilitary appear- Hew Furniture 1

ance. IncludingRefrig
*-"The whites are so hard to
keep clean that a man living in & Stove
the barracks usually has a high $350.00
laundry bill at the end of the I
month. The blues: are rather New Adding Machines -----t V

uncomfortable, especially if one J725. Below Wholesale 1
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is traveling." .o/so/ Typewriters -_------
"They have been debating on and Desks.
changing the uniform i I thinkin J
the future there will be a Easy Credit Terms \


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December 2. 1965

I I Jacksonville Area Civil Service News ] I


Many Buy Bonds Thru FLU SHOTS FOR CIVILIAN/ / Post-Attack Registration


Payroll Savings PlanBuying 1965, Tuesday a local, December physician 14 has, Required of Workers

agreed to administer the second
Savings Bonds throughthe ees of the Federal Government. round of flu shots for civilian In the event of a nuclear attack sentative on duty at each regional)
payroll savings plan has Almost seventy percent of Navy employees. Persons having only upon the United States the office will assist In the proces.
proved to be a tremendous suc- one inoculation last year should rapidity with which we marshaland sing and reassignment of all Department -
cessful thrift system for employ- civilian employees participate in receive two this year. The shots utilize our total manpowerwill of Defense ci\'Ufanem.
this plan; and, of the remaining will be administered at the Industrial determine our ability sur- ployees who so register. Special
thirty percent, many have claimed Medical Office. Departments vive and fight back. Our Govern- effort will be made to return you
they could not save becauseof will be scheduled by ment maintains detailed mobilization to your employing activity. if
inadequate income. special memorandum. plans for accomplishingthis this is not possible, you will be
YOUR CAR objective.An placed in some other military
WITH YOU? The new higher salaries now important part of the nat- activity.In .
Stateside for Financing And Oi'frscas.And Insurance Call present an opportunity for those ional mobilization plan,including the event that your card
DYER M. BURR who have found difficulty in practicing New Cancer the Navy's is based upon locatingand has been lost or mutilated,please
repreienlingGovernment thrift in the past to save Group mobilizing as quickly possible contact the Employment Office,
for future needs. the skilled services of Industrial Relations Department,
Employees Insurance Plan trained Federal employees following for a replacement.
Finance Corporationand Not only is it to the best interest an attack.
of the individual that he invest The general plan for mobilizing EMBDS Notes
International Service pan of this pay increase in Started at CFA Federal employees Is as
Insurance Company U. S. Savings Bonds, but it also follows: P..lng .Of
''SMS' Timuquana' I Rd. ni'0527\\ helps keep the security of our ((1)) Each employee has been
Nation strong. group cancer insurance planis issued a Department of Defense
now available and went into Instruction Card (DD Form Two MembersThe
effect on Dec.1 for all civilian 886-1)). This card cites essential
PIZZA employees at NAS Cecil Field. actions to be taken In an emer- Employees Mutual Death
() ) gency and gives instructions con- Benefit, Society has announcedthe
(4 rC There is noconnectionbetweenthis cerning the location of emergency passing of two members.William -
C TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM plan is carried with the assembly areas. H. Ivey, Retired, formerly
American Family Life Insurance ((2)) The Civil Service Com- employed as a carpenter in the
PREMIUM BEER-CIIOICE CUT STEAKS Company, Columbus, Ga. The mission will operate a nation- Public Works Department,passed -
: ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI policy will pay up to $7,020 in wide post-attack registration of away November 21,1965.
benefits on each insured personin Federal employees. Federal employees James Nesbitt, Retired,formerly -
-f hospital, surgical, anesthesia, who are unable,becauseof employed as a packer In the
ambulance, X and radium Department, passed
-- "PIZZA. ray enemy attack, to carry out Supply awayon
.. theraphy, use of radioactive iso- their responsibilities as listed on November 22, 1965. Both
our specialty" topes, nursing, attending physician the back of their DD Form 886 of the deceased met all require-
In blood plasma and trans- or 886-1, are required to "goto ments for continuation of
the Heart of Cedar Hills portation. This pays for pre- the nearest Post Office ,ask membership after retirement.
existing conditions after six the Postmaster for a Federal An assessment notice has been
FRANK DERICKSON months provided cancer has not employee registration card, fillit Issued requesting' that members
been positively diagnosed priorto out and return it to him. 'of the society remit necessary
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Lt. Yarborough Receives Air Sailor Commended 1 )) t W'tl71 !


'Medal" _For Combat.... Missions-- For Radio Work AmplifierJack on New U\\U1k\\ Ij j I Ir1

H. Allred, aviation elect- r S
l' x --- ronlc's technician first class,received -
a letter of commendationfrom B ,
1 Rear Admiral R. L. Fowler >I"j
; -." Chief of Naval Air Reserve
ft \ <<
& ; Allred, assigned to the Jacksonville -
Naval Air Reserve I
Training Unit as an Instructor,
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4 the Naval Air Station and avoid former Chief of Naval Air Reserve Training, spoke to the officers
local flight traffic aboard the NARTU recently at their Initial mess night. The admiral

AIR/ .MEPAL. .Lear. A. John Hyman, Officer-in-Char .e of station.Captain C. W. Pittman, Jr., spoke concerning the Dominican Republic crisis during
FAETULANT Det 'Two, pins/ the Air Meo'oon/ Lt. Jerry 0. Commanding Officer of theJack- his previous tour as Commander Caribbean 'Sea Frontier.
Yarborough. Lt. Yarborough received the medal for combat sonville Naval Air Reserve Special guest for the evening was RAdm. E. C. Lambart,
support':missions In ''Southeast Asia while attached to VP40. Training Unit, presented the let- USNR, who was completing his annual two weeks active tour
ter in behalf of Rear Admiral with Com Fair Jax.
Lt Jerry O. Yarborough, presently insurgent communist guerilla er
attached to Fleet Airborne forces from 2 February to 22
Electronics ,Unit, Atlantic,rec- June 19G5. In the successful completion S5avingsids'onInlet
ently,received the Air Medal for of such missions, Lt. I Buy U. I
services rendered in Southeastern Yarborough contributed mater-
Asia.In ially to the success of United
delivering the medal, FAE- States efforts in Southeast Asia.
TU's Officer in Charge, His courage and devotion to duty
Lcdr. A, John Hyman, read the in the face of hazardous flying Marina {
following citation from Adm.RoyL. conditions were in keeping with .
Johnson, Commander In Chief, the highest traditions of the
Pacific Fleet: United States Naval Service." AND IOATYARDNow ]
"For meritorious achievementin Fictory-Triiidd Mercraisar Service
aerial flight as a'pilot flying Lt. Yarborough has been
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THESE S/X/ MEN, along/ with/ / R. A. Moore, ABF2, team dir
ector, comprise the/ HAS Jox Wafer Survival Training/ Team.
From left fo right they/ ore: D. J. McKlnney, AA; D. F. Richardson ____ (C''

ABFJ; M. J. Clark ADR AN; R.. E. Coulter, ABFAN; .- -_.- < '' '
C. F. Morey, ADRAN; and A. H. Mercler, AN. THIS IS HOW phase three or and the parachute cable drag device begins.pulls The THE "DILBERT DUNKER" begins its short frlp down fne'rails,fo the wafer. After hitting the, surface/ automatically/ flips
pilot is,standing at poolside a special must then free.himself from the Marfm.Bafcer, ejection/ seat and inflate his life vest.
him into the water. It then drags him across the pool approximately
one foot beneath the surface/ until he can release
himself from the parachute harness. men stand their regular!; military waterit: automatically flips over NAVY FIRSTS/ phase of /
duties such as watches, etc. to simulate the action of a plane of

: ', There are manytralnlngtesting / DEMANDING/ JOB FIVE'/'/ T TEST PHASES sinking. The student must: then Survival Incidentally Training, NASJax Team] was Water the was amount gained ( ,

!; programs for the flying Navy-- This competent team,under the demonstrate his ability to free first to adapt .an actual Martin-. the safety
man but none is more important direction of ABF2 R. A. Moore, The test that the training team himself from the ejection seat ,Baker ejection seat to the cost in
than Water Survival Training.! gives may be broken down into in a given amount of time. Dilbert Dunker" training de- it saved
Here at NAS ]Sax, seven well gives instruction each Monday five phases, the first being the vice. It proved so successfulhere hoist was test.'I
trained ,men, comprise the NAS through Friday at the NAS indoor helo recovery. In the helo recovery TEST at ]Jax that it has been a ;
Team. pool. In order to qualify as a the man is pulled from the ,IMPORTANT adopted by all other Navy establishments boat and ; :
member of tie' team a man must water by a mock-up helo to conducting the Water and a
They are responsible for' the be a Red Cross Water Safety simulate rescue by air. Phase The "Dilbert Dunker"is a very survival training.! to conduct { I
Need ? testing and training! of pilots and Instructor or working!; toward his two is that of the parachute drop. important phase of the test be- weather
money alrcrewmen-ln- all phases of water certificate; must qualify in the This test simulates dropping the cause it simulates what happens this can be
survival and put over, 50 can- operation of all training! devices man into the water, as it would when 'a plane goes over the side MONEY/TIME/ SAVER by the !;
didates through their rigid training used in the tests; be qualified in happen in case, of an emergency of a carrier: while landing or !gard;: to the '
test each week. All pilots all phases of swimming, part- bail-out, while wearing full harn taking off.Also of the 1
Borrowa and atrcrewmen must pass this icularly those used in the train- ess. Another NAS ]Jax Water Sur- River.
test before receiving! their wings ing course and last but not least included in this phase vival Training! first is the helo 1
and must requalify every two each man must pass those tests THE PARACHUTE DRAG after the man has released hIm- hoist mounted indoors above the "
years to remain on flying sta administered during the training!; self from the' "Dunker" is the pool. This was the brainchildof $ I
tus. testing course. In addition tht; life vest inflation and the inflation Mr. H. A. Bruce, NAS ]lax :
dime and Phase three is known as the and boarding of the life Water Survival Training! coordin- '
parachute drag. In this test the This
raft. ator. It greatly facilitates this
man begins by putting! on the test Is
harness and standing at the side requires
'- of the pool. Then a .special. each team
callCI.T T. cable device pulls him into the The
water and begins to drag him a- Team here ]
cross the pool about one foot be- the most !;
neath the surface of the water. has. Many
Ho,must then free himself from been given
the harness ,and rise to the sur- efficiency
face. In this test the student has been
demonstrates his ability to release units
quickly to prevent drown- complex
I ing. The average student takes velt s
about three and one half secondsto \ train and
do this test.

Yes, you may make application by phone at C.I.T. ?i SWIMMING TESTS _____ _____ Jagvar.' Curs of Jacksonville. No. 1966

Or even by mail. But, frankly, we enjoy meeting people so Phase four is the swimmingtests. __
The first in this
office in That test & __ 1037 Headrlcks Ave. Jacksonville Fl.
much by .
we hope you drop our person. phase is the 50-yard underwaterswim P: ,
way we can talk over your loan to pay bills, or the money in which the manmust swim
you need for travel. Or discuss whatever problem a 4iiifr. beneath the surface of the water / I -L __3DOLLARS
for 50 without surfacing
C.I.1.locn; can solve for you. Remember, you'll' find a C.I.T. air. Test two is the concussion! 0 .2y.1: ': /-e1 DISCOUNT

office just about anywhere you happen to be. Thereare swim. Here the man must'swim /

over 400 C.LT.. offices from coast to coast. There's' a in such a way as to protect his J ___
: vital organs against an under- Pay, To The Order.. of: ...
not call ? SAN ..
for now .
welcome at Why .
waiting you everyone. water explosion. 'Test three and ........
four are the'' 150-yard freestyle' '..... rA A VALUED CUSTOMER'L \
swim and the 150-yard backstroke ""' :" "
both basic to water stIr- k .. ,"J) "
LOANS TO $3000 A FLORIDA AIR NATIONAL GUARD fighter pilot is shown vival. fi rt.-, ..J OFFER EXPIRES DEC. 31st
--- -
--- CASH YOU-GET during a simulated helicopter recovery. You may note that AIRCREWMAN/ IS SHOWN immediately after escaping
during the simulated testing conditions the man does not BURNING'OIL SWIM k {from the "Dilbert Dunker". He has already Inflated his life THRU JAGUAR CARS OF JACKSONVILLE, INC.
Monthly 3.. 30 24 the flight boots that are worn under normal flying life
wear con the
inflate and board one-man
and Is preparing to ONLY ON PURCHASE OF 7966 FIAT T LIMIT
i Payments mos. mos. _mos. ditions. Test five In this phase of the vest ONE CHECK PER CUSTOMER,
is the oil swim. In raft.
test burning
$$50 $$1549.56. $$1322.36 $$1083,54 !
-- this test the manmust swim under
70 2169,39, 1851.30 1516.96 simulated burning oil and surface THERE IS A
,i 100 _2644.71 .. __2167.09, der to in gain a splashing a breath manner of air inor-, then THINKING ABOUT a : o A a NEW CAR a aI ?
120 2600,50C VISITCLAUDE after taking his breath he must PIC-
C Credit, 'iJ$ :,'"accident'ard"health insurance S '- available V on all ii ..nsi at i lo w-ir IOIl1 i fates submerge and swim again until Come I : by I JAGUAR a CARS a at: 1037 S Hendricks i Ave.
he has reached the 75 yard mark, '

UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANY NOLAN six needed is the to float pass or this swim test.15 min Test I M' SAVE ? N'-SAVE Make: Your I Deal: Then Present: : Attached: s sI Check For

utes/440/ yards. Here the man'' STORE
S 3312 Beach Bli'd.Jacksonville must demonstrate his ,ability to DRUGS -
., CADILLAC & stay afloat for J 16ng periods of I
III 7, Fla.. PONTIAC time by any'means. NEAR YOU $$50.00, DISCOUNT) I

MAlNAr ,9 QRANqE"N :; '
Phone: 398-1581 ; /
';OPEN MOMTHRU; \ SAtUNTtlotM' Phont. 398-5746 1037 I Hindricks Avi.
.. : .. ?, comes phase five or the ,

PHONE EL 34922. ,"Dilbert student is Dunker"placed in. a Here specially the CHECK OUR [)) CA-RS of CZZIK '

: '. '. built training device which Is a .Jm.K Jacksonville ..
;4 : : : .. ,.. ,of LUNCHEON SPECIALS ,
mock-up cockpit.
; '. '' : \ an airplane : .
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FRA Branch 91] Plans Women's Side _

Christmas ActivitiesSanta Of the Story

Claus will make an early engaged in two other charitable
RENTALS appearance at Branch 91, Fleet projects at the present time to By Shin ConaughtonMAILING
Reserve Association, this yearto make this Christmas a little
pass out gifts to the childrenof brighter for some of the less MANNERSA
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Branch and Unit 91 members. fortunate and urge members, as
The annual Christmas party well as other interested parties, Christmas card is a symbolof Sign your complete namethereare
being conducted Jointly by the to assist them in this endeavor. good will. Be sure that you millions of Johns and Marys.
I. ;1 PER Alt HIWDAT Branch and its ladies' auxil ary, Donations of both canned and are thoughtful in ordering, sign- Husband and wife cards can be
fOITAIlU will get under way with dinner at staple foods'are being sought for ing and sending your cards. The signed John and Mary Smith,
Ii 6 p.m., Dec. 4, and St. Nick distribution to needy families atChristmastime following article is the proper Mary and John Smith, The John
FAST will make his appearance to hand and both used, manner that you should use: Smiths, or Mr. and Mrs. John
out presents and visit with the repairable, and new toys are Address envelopes by hand. Smith.
REPAIR SERVICEffinerson small-fry at 7 p.m. being collected for the "Toysfor Re-check addresses. Use zip When the complete family is
All members are urged to attend Tots" program. code numbers. Return addresses listed, the father's name shouldbe
and bring their children to should be on upper left hand corn- first, followed by the mother'sand
take pan in the Christmas act- Containers for depositing both er. Most of all, WRITE LEGIBLY then the children according to
ivities. Gifts for the children the food items and toys are in .
San Juan will be provided by their parentsand the meeting hall. Members are Cards should be made or boughtby age.Send a card husband and wife
should be brought to the meet- urged to give what they can. Dec. 1. Printed or engraved even if you know only one of them,
; TV ing hall wrapped and plainly Donations of food and toys for cards by November 15th/So if unless it is a semi-business card.In .
4812 SAN JUAN marked, where they will be placed these purposes from persons who you do not have them by,now it that case, send it to the office
under the Christmas tree to be are not FRA members will also is time to get busy.A address.
387.2121 handed out by Santa. be accepted with deep appreciation. handwritten note should be Red and green inks are accept-
The Branch and Unit are also added to printed or engraved able and attractive for signing and
cards: when sending to a close addressing Christmas cards.
friend or relative.

Notes of Interest

NAS JACKSONVILLE rence Radiation Laboratories in
Livermoore, Calif. Congratu-
Congratulations to Lt.and Mrs. VA-12 A surprise birthday
Louis Dupuis on the arrival of party was given for Mrs.Richard
NEW-Tnis also see their first child, a son, October Damico November 26th by the
ALL 27th Michel Paul made the scene. Officers wives of the squadron.An .
.' -'' '. ' '' Joyce Lynn Johnson, lovely "All Hands" party was held
daughter of Captain and Mrs. for all the cruise widows and
your child In our exciting Jitajjofop Robert Johnson Ret., arrived! in children of VA-12 November 28
her PomeVedrehome Wednesday at Cecil Field Recreation park.
evening for Thanksgiving holi- VA-G4 Mrs. T. C. Watson III
charge-DON'T MISS |T! days. Joyce is a student at and children are preparing for a
pictures-at no William and Mary in Williams- trip to Europe which is imminent.
burg, Va. Mrs. Watson's mother, Mrs. T.
The CPO Wives Club will hold Lofberg, will accompany her for
NOV. 30th thru their monthly business meeting the six month trip.
Monday December 6th. at 8
DEC. 11th p.m. in building 593. Mrs. R.
Horne will preside over the meet

\\ : \i\ get a beautiful ing. NAS CECIL FIELD r

Lcdr. and Mrs. Roger ,Massey
ist proudly announce the arrival of,
S'X 1 OilBLACK their first son November 9th.

v' Roger Lloyd weighed in at 6
%p g WHITE pounds 13 ounces much to the
( & )
delight of their older sisters
1\\ } \ ; picture of your child Rhonda 7 years old and Renelle
31/2 years old. Lcdr. Massey
has also received orders to Law-

Y,Y3. Zr'tyUi a
%' only 98 They took their .Np
angry world as it
came and made the TEEN TOPICS
toughest among them Barbara Daphene Martin attends -
Florida State University in
.. KING' Tallahasse. She is a member of
the Baptist Student Union and the
IPINUPS "Freshman Flunkies", a service
Not "The
since Bridge
organization for freshman wo-
On The River Kwai"has
men. This past year Barbara
ExclusIve at GRANTS / a screen adventure
provoked so muchexcitement received a National Merit Letterof
"Coast 'fo Coast"Bring
Accomodation and is now car-
#.r r /rrn.r.R. rying nine hours of honor cour-
+ry r f!
ses. She is an accomplished organist -

3 VO ty Fp oil the children under 12-1 .8x0ony] 98* and pianist.
1 : 'r' PARENTS'MAGAIINI each child.token singly or I 8x10 Group only $1.00 per

y Wives are like fIshermen--
UUVHTIMI You'll see the cutest expressions and professionalposes they brag about the ones that
captured by our friendly lady photographer. got away and complain about the

t w 4 Nwp,,,,,;ss s v, ll Select from finished pictures, NOT PROOFS! Extra one they kept. Motor Trans-
X7 finished 8x10 5x7 and wallet sire will be shown portation HiLfghts.
r %r at unbelievably low prices for your approval.
;, '"y Example: Wallet size less than 50j! each in groups
{4x 4" y .y) of 4 same pose. Open under new management

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Movies will be shown regu- CPO CLUB Dancing tomorrow Wednesday VA-45 Is celebratingwith ,.. : rmD.fl..M.Ul..g: ectionAds ..,
larly at 7 p.m., Monday through night will be to a new groupat a party for squadron members m1 1 1 1 !t11j M i11ili 1@jl1:1:m:::1:::::j:::::::::1: ::::1:1l:::::;:::1::::::j::::;::::: ::::::::::::$;::::::::::::
NATTC will have the
Saturday. two Chief's Club, "The 4" and guests.
feature times, 2 p.m., and 7 Dutchman. Mark Castle will
p.m., on Saturdays and Sundays. provide the tunes on Saturday. should be mailed
Friday music is by the Moon- to the Holt Publishing Company,
The hospital will have one feature Monday, Tuesday, and Wednes- lighters, you can get a lobster 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
on Sunday at 7 p.m. day from 56 p.m. Is Happy dinner for $2.25 or a 16 oz. later than Tuesday (for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
All evening movies at Cecil Hour. Light lunches served
are T-bone steak for $1.75. Sat- arriving too late (for this deadline will be published the
Field begin at 7 These on daily basis well
p.m. as as a
urday features a Filet Migon for following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
times are subject to change. dinner service in the evenings.
ACEY DUCEY CLUB Mark $1.90, music Is by the Western check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
Thursday, December 2 Castle will provide the musicon Rainbows. Sunday features received WITH the copy for the ad.
Chicken Chow Mein on the menu
Friday with the :Moonlighters
NAS Battle HymnRock Hudson appearing on Saturday. Sunday's for 85# or a 12 oz. T-bone steak RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .12.00
Martha Hyer band will be Phil Cay and the for $1.55. Monday the package Per additional line ((4 words per line), . .0.50
-store Is closed. Tuesday nightis
NATTC The Killers Lee Qiantels. Game night is every
game time at 7:45: p.m., dinner -
Marvin, Angie Dickerson Sunday and Tuesday.BLUEJACKETS will feature a Delmonico 35 TEAR OLD MILITARY *SELL RENT BUY-TRADE.
Hospital Lawrence of Ara- INNPhilCay steak at $1.65. COMPANY has position available CHOICE 2, 3, 4 BR homes, $100
bia Peter O'Toole, Alec Guinness and the Chantels will have the for retired Officer or CPO in dwn, no clos costs. Fast Movein. -
spotlight tonight with Jimmie Jax/Mayport areas. Maxium eli- Tell us your needs. DUKE
C. Field To Kill a Mockingbird Strickland and his TV Band appearing gible age 50. Send brief LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771 0374.
Gregory Peck, Mary on Friday. Saturday's SPECIAL! resume and avalllbllity date to
Badham dancing will be to Carl Boyd Regional Director, POBox
December 3 and the Rhythm Kings with March BIG BARN LUNCH 13177, Orlando Fla. 32809
Friday, Wilson and the Redcoats on un-
NAS Dark Intruder Leslie day. Game night is every BIGSTEAK HOMES SALE RENT to FOR SALE: Maple furniture, "
Nielson, Judl Meredith Wednesday. Some no dn, Many $0 $100 bamboo drapes, book cases, record -
NATTC Battle HymnRock "0" CLUB The Sophistt dn. No closing costs,New homes, player, electric guitar,
Hudson, Martha Hyer Kats will provide the dancing All the X-TRAS, Family Rm, trumpet _and misc. call 384 -
Hospital The Killers Lee tunes tomorrow with the Club Fenced yd., built lit in RIO... 3267 12 PM to 9 PM

Marvin, Angie DickersonC. men on Saturday. Tuesday is You name it. TIMMERMAN -
Field Harlow Carroll foreign dish night featuring a DINER RLTY, DRKR 771 2792 and

Baker, Peter Lawford menu for the whole family. $135lithe 771 18 l. PORTRAIT: 'Of, your family or

December 4 children, will shoot in .yopr
FOR SALE:Redecor,,3BR.home, home. Call FORTUNE PHOTO..
NAS Sgt. Deadhead -Frankie Thursday is game night start- $100 dwn. $55 mo.: ORANGE 771 3142 for Appt. ,
Avaloir, Deborah Walley Ing at 8 p.m. Friday will have PARK REALITY, BKRS. 264 -
NATTC Dark Intruder Leslie "happy hour" and a big Rockn' red barn 6144 -, WILL TRADE: '64 Galaxie 500,
Nielson, Judl Meredith Roll show by Don and the A/T, P/S, white w. bl vinyl
Hospital Battle HymnRock Apollos starting at 6:30 p.m., at 428 Highway 17 CUSTOM BUILT ,FHA or VA int, 771 1279 or ext 403 Cecil
Hudson, Martha HyerC. the .Redcoats' take over the ORANGE PARK ACCREDITED -
Field Lawrence of Ara- musical duties. Sunday Mark across from the'dogtrackORANGE SCHOOLS 3BR &4BR HOMES
bia Peter O'Toole, Alec Guinness Castle's Band will entertain. PARKAEDSLCY'S BIt-in Kits.. Panel Dens w/flre-

places; Priced from $18500 thru ORANGE PARK RENTAL: 2BR,
Sunday December 5 $24,500. Dwn pmts $100 thru furn apt. bit In elec kit,
$1900 inch closing costs. Vir- terranzo floors, washer dryer,
NAS Curse of the Voodo -
ginia"E. Bell Real Estate, 1929
accredited Clay County
Bryant Haliday, Dennis Price Park 2642488or near
Hwy Orange
available or
NATTC Sgt. Deadhead BBBnB MBMHg| n Schools, to temp
Frankie Avalon, Deborah Walley permanent pers, Incl bachelors.
Hospital Dark Intruder LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE 264,- 6884
Leslie Nielson, Judi MeredithC. ... POODLE CLIPPING:' Profes- 4 -
Field The Killers Lee sional training by New York' TOR SALE: BUICK
Marvin, Angie Dickerson GO GO DISCOTHEQUE! School of Dog Grooming 771 RIVERIA, low milage company
359 2011 after
0215 executive car or
Monday, December 6 6 PM 264 6238CHRISTMAS
NAS Fall of the Roman Em- FOR RENT: Room & Board for

pire -Sophia Loren,Stephen Boyd LADIESMGIIT EACH elderly lady with widow, Retired GIFTS! SEWING
NATTC Curse of the Voodo THURSDAY EVENING nurse also Christian home MACHINES SINGERS $20, $40,
Bryant Haliday, Dennis! Price MIXED DRINKS FOR LADIES reasonable rate, clean & good $80, terms A 1 Sewing Ma-
Hospital Sgt. Deadhead HALF PRICE food. 388 3901 chine Exchange Inc. 1606 Main ""
Frankie Avalon, Deborah WalleyC. "-' St. Jacksonville, Florida FREE
Field Battle HymnRock 3909 BLANDWG BLVD. CARS FOR SALE: New'and used PARKING
Hudson, Martha Hyer all models, 1966 VW's, all mod
els, direct from Germany. 30 ,.
Tuesday, December 7 CASE LOTS AT COST+ 10% DRIVE-IN SERVICE 45 days delivery. 1300 Deluxe ,
sedan $1475. CIF. 1600 Fast-
back $1995 CIF. 1600 Square- FOR SALE: Ford Falcon, 2 DR,
NASHush, Hush, Sweet Char- back $2075 CIF. Check my 1960, R & H, 7 good tires, excel
lotte Bette Davis, Olivia de- prices before you buy any car. cond, #495, 724 7996

Havilland John Thompson, ADJC, Retired.
NATTC Fall of the Roman YOUR INVITATION 384 5576.

Empire Sophia Loren, Stephen SOUTHEAST SL
FOR SALE: Red fox Jacket $30,
Boyd Hospital Curse of the Voodo- A/G/ Sf; MO$T MD0W/ 4ND COMPLETE 65 CADILLAC, must sell, 781- Singer sew mach $50, vacumm '

Bryant Haliday, Dennis PriceC. FQRD i-:; ME/Ci7/Y/ / 0 ALEv 0968 cleaner $25, Hi Fl Juke box

Field Dark Intruder SHIPS QV fl ___:0 $15, girls bike $8, 20 yds drap
Leslie Nielson, Judi Meredith 0 0 .1963 Ford Country Sedan Sta. mati $20, 384 3349
row.eQNV NfiNCE Wag., R&H, auto/trans. P S and
air cond., excell. cond., Must

Wednesday, December 8 up sacrifice paymts.$100.of $60.for mo.equity,771-7235 take FOR RENTHouse 2BR, *85

NAS Sons of Katie Elder Ford' Motorama) Inc.Hy a mon., incl. water-sew, gar.Kit
John Wayne, Dean Martin Furnished Apartment Avondale equip. near NAS & Cecil; Schs,
NATTC Hush, Hush Sweet $75 a month, natural gas heated 5160 101 St. (off Onega Farms
Charlotte dellavilland- Bette Davis, Olivia 17 Green Cove Springs, Flo. 771 9007. Blvd) SP-2377 after 6 p.m.

Hospital Fall of the Roman Phone 264-2443 -

Empire Sophia Loren, Stephen SPECIAL
FALCON We Service
Field Sgt. Deadhead -

Frankie Avalon, Deborah \'iahlegPucArIo -. MUSTANG THUNDERBIRD What -Iif1/ CHICKEN'' :i DINNER.. ; 99(

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Handled In
purr,N C1 ItfQ fiOOP Financing 11 :30 A.M. TO 10 P.M. We Make a ct

USE \16 MO 6 Minutes In Our Dealership t Specialty of

\ Before Yotitata ? OYSTERS
{ TT.tL: ,,..__ i : CHICKEN


3438 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 7715581Movies ,/ 4 4fI
For your ponverie'c' #e have Installed a \

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loci Ferguson Fredrick D. Llndt,Walter -

F\T, 4M1( tiJ E. Doss, William O. Matte
and Kenneth R. Hammer were
promoted to their present rank

I COMPOSITE SCORES MARTD Nov. 16 during informal cere-
monies held by the Commanding
Harry E. Cowan, Administrative
Commanding Officers are Branch Officer, Marine Barracks, NAS,
authorized to promote to sergeant Joseph A. Tapaszi, Hanger Chief Jacksonville.
those otherwise eligible cor-
r/Y' porals who meet the compositescore REENLISTMENTSMarine WELCOME ABOARD
? Iti' requirements issued
: last Wednesday by Headquarters Barracks, Cecil Field Sgt. G. A.Detachment Stens reported to
Marine Corps. saw two career minded Marines the Aviation Monday
from the 1st Marine Aircraft
r r, yM The promotions of fully qual- reenlist for a total of ten years ._u_._.. _____._. _
ified corporals will be effectiveand
have a date of rank from Dec-

ember. I, 1965.
The minimum compositescores
i4 for occupational fields
i I

01 148 33 174
i 02.122 34 126
03.136 35 147
PROMOTED Capt. Richard W. Schulz/ / has new captain bars 04 133 36 153 4I
pinned on i be his wife, Nancy, and /his/ CO, L. E. Lovette. 08 135 40 -' 137
Under orders to Headquarters FMFPac, Camp H. M. Smith/ 11 155 41 151 st'
Hawaii, he w///// depart NAS on New Years Day 13 141 43 129
14 155 46 144
15 151 55 151
18 142 57 127
21 154 59 122
23.131 64 159
25 143 65 166
28 120 66.140
30 160 67 129
31 145 68 129
32 163 70 138
71 165
CONGRATULATIONS Captain Raymond R. Powell Is con-

gratulated by Lieutenant General Richard C. Mangrum, Assistant *
Marines in formal schools
USN/RET retraining may be promoted or in Commandant of the Marine Corps, after being/ awarded

WOULD LIKE ALLOF the occupational field for which the Cunningham Trophy as 1965 Marine Aviator of the Year. I

they are training or retraining. Wing, Fleet Marine Force,Paci- I
HIS FRIENDSTO when SSgt. J. F. Reed of the (fc. LCpl. James V. Shorter I
Admin. section shipped for fourto joined Marine Barracks, Jack-
GUNNERY SERGEANTS b ring hi s total time In the Corps sonville, Nov.16 from Marine Air I
VISIT HIM AT Headquarters Marine Corps to over seventeen years, while Support Squadron, Marine Wing
announced last Wednesday that LCpl. J. Manns reenlisted for Headquarters Group 2,2d Marine
1624 Marine staff sergeants have six years to launch his Marine Aircraft Wing, MCAS, Cherry 1
ROBERTS CHEVROLET been selected for promotion to Corps career. Point N. C. LCpl. George C. ;
gunnery sergeant. EDUCATION REPORTThe Nichols also joined the Jackson-
The first 600 selectees will ville Marine Barracks Nov. 16 ,
be promoted effective December following Marines have advanced and will serve with the Marine i
AND OLDSMOBILE 16, 1965, with pay and allowances their professional qualifications Security Guard. LCpl. Nichols '
Green accruing from that date. Two by completing coursesor joined from Battery F, 2d Battalion -
Cove Springs, FloridaPH. hundred of this group will have passing tests as indicated: 10th Marines, Camp Le-
date of rank from October 1, LCpl. E. D. Rivera and Pfc. jenue. Sgt. Ed Schorr reported -
284-3033 JAX 264-9600 1965; 200 from November 1, M. J. Blum of MB Cecil Field to the Aviation DetachmentNov.
1965, and the remaining200 from completed the Marine Noncom- 15 from L Co. 3rd
December I, 1965. additional missioned Officer course from Battalion 8th Marines, Camp
400 will have January 1, 1966as MCI, while Pfc. G. G. Heuner, Lejeune. Sgt. Schorr has been
date of rank and effective 0 also of Cecil Field, completedthe assigned duties as Troop Hand-
l : date of promotion. The remaining MCI course on Individual ler for Marines assigned to the
624 will be promoted as vacancies Protective Measures. Aviation Electricians School.
occur. At MAD SSgt. J. R. Mencum
p. ,. Jacksonville area Marines completed the Individual Protective NUMBER ONE
On liberty selected by this board are: Measures course from MCI
and Pvt. G. R. Holanik passedthe Pfc. Walter N. Albrightwas
L l'1" Marine/ Aviation Det. high school GED test. awarded a meritorious mast
; don't forget Jerry S. Barnwell, AE Trooper last week for finishing first in a
Handler INSIGNIA IDEASThe class of 26 students graduatingfrom
Oliver I Husak,Det.Training Chief Marine Avaltion Detach- the Aviation Ordnance "A"
T I yer pass Clarence R. Davis, Det. Supply ment is looking for a suitable School here. Pfc. Albright was
; Branch insignia representative of the detachment commended at the mast for displaying -
and John W. Kavanaugh, Instructor, and its personnel the exceptional initiative,
fl MFC School eagle, globe arid anchor represents motivation and a sincere desireto
( MB, Cecil Field the Corps. Personnel learn.
yer John J. Womble, Guard Super- having Ideas on the subject are SHOULDER PATCH
visor encouraged to sketch them on
I w creditidentification Ralph T. White, Radiograph paper and deliver them to the After a lull of many

School _.u_ u. ..uu. years Marines may be wear
ing a patch on their shoulders
i/ : according to a recent storyin
the Navy Times.A .
I t. :-:_ cardThat free world patch, or insignia -

", is in the mill for all I.
U. S. and Vietnamese forces, i:
as well as other free countries t
serving in Viet Nam. The r
Credit Identification Card comes from us. design is being worked up at present 1-
You get it with your first loan. It's mighty handyto .. and if approved could be on
have since we serve you in 775 offices coastto the shoulders of Viet Nam
coast. Depend on us for liberty money troops sometime this month.
emergency expenses, cash needs. And get
your Credit Identification Card. Your good i BONUS I

credit assures you of quick service. Marines from Illinois maybe
interested to know that their w
r/ w state is the first In the nation
DOMESTIC L to Initiate' a bonus for Viet -
Nam service. The bonus con-
sists of $100 to Illinois servicemen -
11-- ; in Viet Nam or $1000to
-r \ ; a beneficiary if the serviceman -
Is killed or dies of Viet -
TO $600
JACKSONVILLE Nam service connected causes.
T 1193 So. Edfltwood Ave. Phone 389-O391 COMMENDED SSgt. Elhanan Pennington receives a merit- Servicemen must have lived in
.. 440 926 W. Adams Road St. .. Phone Phone 721-0550 356-O091 orious mast citation from LtCol. John W. Sullivan recently Illinois for at least 12 months
:,.. 25 E.Arlington Adam St. .. Phone 356-0076 for outstanding service during the past two years as a mem- prior to entry In the service,
1638 Main St. Phone 3 4.6841t. be eligible for the Viet Nam
5852 Norwood Ave. Phone 765.1601 ber of the Marine Detachment. Aviation Ordnance
3102 Belch Blvd. Phone 359-20S1 Marine Liaison Officer Service Medal and be in the ser-
School IstLt. James E. Curran Jr.
; 5212 N. Pearl St. vice or honorably discharged or
left, was also on hand to witness/ the ceremony. retired.Page .



December 2, 1965 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER oge
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NAS Cecil Home Friday .. .

Against Orlando AFThe ."..:.'N" : .: I.v..y.:: : : ,: ;5' : <.' p..O..R.} : >J. : ...S: :\... Sports Short

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NAS Cecil Field varsity basketball team gets back into the National League Champion
the swing of things this weekend with a pair of home games against Coach PromisesA ship In the NAS Jax Intramural
Orlando after nearly two weeks rest since its league opener Rocket Egan Touch Football League with a

against Sanford. Tomorrow 12 and 0 record. This is the
Cecil Field coach 0. G. Richerson saw the Orlando team play New Show NightThere's third season in a row that they
last weekend against Patrick and says that the Ar! Force team is have ended the season as Lea-
one which likes to run and play offense; Orlando scored 94 points been some changes in their long losing streak; as of gue Champs.
last Friday against Patrick in a losing 109-94 effort. Richersonsaid the Jacksonville Rocket hockey Tuesday the club was 1-18 for
that Orlando's defense isn't the best in the League. squad since last week's 12-1 the season In the southern loop . .
Height wise Cecil and Orlando will be about even according to bombing and Rocket coach Pat of the EHL.
Richerson. The Cecil Field mentor plans to start Jim Marshalland promises that his club will havea Egan swapped Ernie Dydawho The NAS Sax Varsity Basket-
Jim Louden at the forward posts, 6-7 Floyd Catleh at center brand new line-up for Friday scored 17 out of the Rockets ball team came from behind twice
and Bill Reeves and Jap Shirley at the guard positions. If last night's encounter In the Coliseum 49 goals to Charlotte in return Friday night in the second halfto
year's starter Walt Cohens Is around he will start in place of with second place Charlotte. for Goddard. win over Turner AFB, 8073.
Shirley according to Richerson. The principle change will be In with Navy led all the way the first
Game times for Friday and Saturday nights is 8 In the station the net where goalie Gordon Dib- Dibley, a two-yearveteran half with a seven point lead at
club on
the Rocket was placed
gym. Presently the Raiders are 1-1 in the Southern Division ley, the most fired at man in the for God- half time. Fred Kloman, HN,
the list make room
after the split with Sanford, 49-56 and 7263. Eastern Hockey league, will be to from the Hospital was high scorer
dard on the 13 player roster.
missing. The Rockets put Dib-
with 30 points. Saturday night
Egan said that the club was sor-
the waiver lists Mondayand
ley on
saw the Jax Navy team sweep
but that he
n picked up Charlotte goalie ry to see Dibley go the second game from Turner
Chuck Goddard in effort to had to be put on waiver in order
AFB by a score of 88-80, with
for the celler dwelling Rockets to
boost the sagging Rocket defense. Lou Rada, ADRAN, of VP-30
make a move in the win column.
The Rockets traded their top The Rockets also picked up turning in 22 points to be high
scorer for Goddard and a de- left defense man Mike Fisher man for the evening.
fenseman in an effort to breakMeninak ...
i c : from Charlotte. . .
Egan is still looking for some
+ Game added punch for the Rockets'
attack. He said that a deal was Moody AFB will be hosted'' by
To Go Friday being negotiated Monday to bringone the NAS Jax Varsity team Fridayand
of the leagues best scorers Saturday night at the NAS
For CharityThe into the Rocket fold. gym, building 3, for a two game
"The new look" will be facingoff series. The games will get
33rd annual Menlnak Bowl against Charlotte tomorrow underway at 7:30 p.m.with every-
football game, pitting the Chat- night at 8 p.m. In the Coliseum. one invited. The admission Is
J tanoga Central High School Pur- Servicemen are admitted to the free and both games promise to
ple Pounders against the Jacksonville hockey matches at reduced prices be enlightening ones for all bas-
Englewood Rams, will ; advanced tickets are avail- ketball fans.Lt.ivFliI..
be played this Friday evening at able at Special Services.
the Gator Bowl.

SPIKE?!!. .One of the Overhaul :3 nd Repair The Clattanoga team is comingto DID YOU MISS OUR
ers lumps high to defend his court against the "Eagles" of the charity bowl with a 9 win

VP-16. The game was one of three played for the Volleyball one loss record which State carried High AD ON PAGE 11 ?
them to the Tennessee
Jax. VP-16 dropped the first but
Championship at game School championship. The local Deal
Before You Take
take the title
swept the next two to Rams sport a.7 2.1 record

VP-16 WinsVolleyball lax game Each go year to the a proceeds community'of the or SGG

area project selected by the Men- Ford Motorama Inc
Title : iakClub. This year the proceedsof I I i iZ7

The "Eagles" of Patrol squadron > the game will go for the con- '
Sixteen won two out of three Beagle Club Schedules struction of the first buildingat
games against the Overhaul' the new'Baden Powell Scout

Repair Department to win the Sunday Field TrialThe Reservation.
Volleyball Championship at NA; Meninak Club officials expect
that this years game will raise
Jax.The Eagles who were undefeated Gateway City Beagle Club more than $25,000. Past bowl
up until this meeting lost has scheduled an all age field games have raised more than & c: (;
the first game of O&R,but came trial: at the club's grounds near $300,000 for a variety of chari-
back to win the next two. VP-16's MIddleburg for Sunday, Dec. 12.
championship team was compo Club officials hope that all the Meninak Bowl game
sed of: Lt. Frederick Clark;: entries will be In and the oldest Post season high school c
Lt. William Taulbee; Ltjg. Fred measuring done by 8 a.m. so that game in the nation. Consequentlythe ;:
erick Salcedo James Tay Jacksonville Meninak Club ,' '
Ltjg. .
; judging of the braces can begin '
lor; Ltjg. Bob Sealy; Paul Ewing,, Immediately.Any strives to present the best pos- '':: "I; ",,.,!,.,.. ".'
AX1; Merwin Sigety, AX2; Ralph sible football attraction. .:) ',' ,
Correll, AX2; John Pyla, AMSlj: person interested in This year in addition to the top xII ;
Carl Hattabaugh, A02: and Albert beagles or in the sport of field flight game which will begin at "'S'
Swain, AX1.Following. trial beagles is Invited to attend 8:15 p.m. a high school band ;
the games, Cdr. L. and enter their dogs If they festival has been planned. Bands "
A. Menard, Executive Officer of wish. from virtually all local high ::8.
NAS, presented the team trophy to schools march on the field at
Cdr. C. J. Eadie Commanding Anyone desiring more infor- 7:15 p.m. for an hour long show.
Officer of VP16.ShowlRg mation about the field trial or Tickets are now on sale at i
directions for getting to the club Special Services. Prices are
grounds should contact Chief $.50 for enlisted service personnel -
thru. Dec. 7 Bakerat NAS Sax, ext. 8447. in uniform and $1.50 for all -..
others. ,
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J4. AFTERBURNER . December
JAX AIR.'NEWSi' . .. -. .
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< p""Mf,(''''.;"' 'r,-,:".. ;" HAS Cecil Field
I I HAS lax, MAS ,Cecil, Teams i.".:" ,': S ;.: ; :
if4 ;_i'M. t t ., Sports Shorts
t Pro-Am Tourney
Tie In Nov. Intramural handball squashand

ed in three birdies for the will
18 volleyball leagues open
I the The November Navy kept Professional the winnings Ama-in holes without his handicap. Corn- itj' ftS KING sometime after the first of the
well also natural birdie Interested in
teur Tournament played last Friday got a year. Any group
for the Cecil Field team. entering a team should contact
NAS Cecil Field.
at Next month the Pro-Am Tourn- Athletic Director Tom McGriffin
Two four from Cecil
I man teams
ament will be held at NS May- the station gym at ext. 498.
Field and NAS Jax deadlocked for / }

the top honors in the 18 team ing port,should anyone contact interested their in enter-local y .t . . .
low ball net tourney at 57 for
pro. $ Are you In shape? If not a
18 holes.
schedule the
daily work-out at
The team of Tom Ulyon assistant { e 1S station might be In order
HAS Cecil Field Host : gym
pro at Cecil Field, Jerry
The weight room Is fully stocked
Cornwell of VFP-62, Bill Good-
Blind Sat.
Bogie for extensive conditioning pro-
of VFP-62 and Don Bowersof
man $ ,
s grams. There are also plentyof
VA-45 recorded the first net
The Cecil Field Men's Golf basketball and other team
57 on the Cecil Field course.
Later that day the Sax team of Association will sponsor a blind equipment available at the gear
locker. Gym hours are from 9a.m.
Frank bogie golf tournament on the
joe MacDonald, Jax pro,
to 10 Monday through
Bud station golf course Saturday.All p.m.
Miller, Gus Holtz, and Thayer -
also carded at 57 to split Navy golfers in the area Saturday and from 1 p.m.through

the prize money. are invited to enter the play, a 10 p.m. on Sunday.

A team from the Starke Coun-. three dollar entry fee will be . . .
try Club headed by pro Joe Bri- charged. Prizes will be awardedto
qulio finished third. the blind bogie winner and the \S, The Sixth Naval District'SPecial -

The pros from the tied teams low gross score, golf balls will Services' Conference Is now
got $62.20 for the day's play and be given to the longest drive on going on at NAS Jax. The meet-'
each amateur got a $31.10 gift the 9th hole, the balls closest to S j' ing of all special service per.
sonnel in the 6ND is the first
certificate. the pin on the 6th and 15th
Bowers recorded one of his holes and for the longest put ever and it is hoped that it will

... best days of,the year as he turn made on the 18th green. become an annual event.
On tap at the two day meeting -
which concludes today Is the
_- chosing of the' various sites for
:,. McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE "* rt 6ND tournaments' Talks* ,are

being presented on all phases'of
special services by personnel
'I AGENCY I INC OPENING/ TIP. .Intramural player* from VA-34 and VA-44 from ''the different installations.

MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE SPECIALISTS lump for control of the ball In the opening game of play at . .....
HAS Cecil Field. Over 120 men wbe/ / participating on the .
All Cecil Field organizations
12 teams entered In this winter's play.
DRIVING RECORDS planning to get Christmas dec-

SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS- 22' FILED Weapons Closing In On orations and trees from Special
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6463 Roosevelt Blvd. 2990 Mayport Road in 'to Chief F. L. Rey-
Jacksonville Fla. Atlantic Beach Fla. Cecil nolds by Monday of next week.
Captain's Cup
Phone,388.7676 Phone 249. 649
The Administration Depart The Captain's Cup is pre-
. ... '. .
I ment at NAS Cecil Field is cur- sented each year to the depart
I rently leading the rest of the ment that. shows all athletic excellence -
Holiday shopping'sin departments at that Naval Air In perscribed intra- Area hunting permits for child-

Station In the Annual Captain'sCup mural sports during a 12 month ren under 15-years-old at Cecil
race, but before the contest period. For the last three years Field are available at the Duval
the bag ends on Dec. 31 station Athletic AMD has taken the trophy{ and County Court House in Jacksonville -
Director Tom MacGriff has a last year after the third straight at $2.50 per permit. If

hunch that the Weapons Depart- conquest the cup was retired to bought elsewhere, these.permits, ,
ment! will have moved Into the that department. cost $5.Special.

lead. Still to,be figured in the final
standings are intramural football . . .

Bowl TicketsAt and golf, both which conclude
Services recently received -
shortly. Since weapons has teams
Field 28 Windiester Model
NAS Cecil new
entered in both these sports
1200 12 guage pump shotguns for
Admin and AMD has teams
station personnel to use for hunt-
Alimited entered in golf Mr. MacGriff
number of Gator Bowl
ing and skeet shooting.
tickets for the Texas Tech.Georgia reasons that Weapons has the
Tech football game on Dec. best shot at the 1965 Captain'sCup. . .' .

/) 31 are available at the NAS Cecil .
Field Special Services Ticket Of- Fla.-Ga. Conference
lice in Building 4. Standings to date are: Basketball Standings

t Department Points Games through Nov. 20th
The Ticket Office also has tick
ets for all the Jacksonville Rock-
Administration 145 SOUTHERN DIVISION
et home games. There are two
AMD 132
reserved box seats to the Rocket
Weapons 132 Teams Won Lost
games that are available for freeon
first first servebasis. Operations
a come
Marine Barracks 71 Patrick 2 .0
.with an HFC Shopper's LoanGet Supply 67 MacDill 1 0

Tickets are on hand for the Dental 63 Cecil Field 1 1
Dave Clark Five musical show in Medical 141/2 SanfordOrlando .1 .2
holiday shopping done nowwithan
your the Coliseum Saturday night. Security 13 0 2 .
HFC Shopper's Loan With cash from through Friday noon. Public Works 9

Household, you, can shop for values any- NORTHERN DIVISION

where-and get the gifts you want for friends FriUParnwn Teams Won 'Lost

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NAS Cecil FIeldStandings 219- Deer Taken


by Dave ColbyIf / GOLF First 2 Days Of SeasonLAKE

last Saturday's 66th Army-Navy game was anything for the GOLD LEAGUE
Middies it was a sophomore show with the possible forecast of CITY Hunters Estimated harvest of deer,and
sailing in future harvested an estimated 219 deer turkey for each wildlife manage-
smoother years.At
one time in the 7-7 tie Helsman Trophy winners, John Teams Won Lost and 132 turkeys In the seven ment area is as follows: Aucllla,
had an all sophomore offensive Huarte who signed with the Jets northeast region wildlife management 12 deer and turkey for each
Navy backfield led quarterback for about half the figure men* Shankers 5 1 areas during the first wildlife management area is as
John Cartwright. It was a long tioned above and hasn't produceda VA-44 5. 2VA45 two days of the 1965 66 hunting
afternoon for both academy teams thing for the New York team 5 2 season, according to W.B.Copeland Estimated harvest of deer and
which climaxed an even longer Is still worth plenty. CVW-3 4 5 Chairman, Game and Fresh turkey for each wildlife manage-
mediocore season In which Navy When the Boston Patriots triedto VA 15 3. V 2 Water Fish Commission. ment area Is as follows: Aucll
finished at 442. Both teamsoffenses' get the quarterback In a recent Gophers 3 3 Copeland said the deer kill is la, 12 deer and 15 turkey; Os-
trade the Jets put a priceof VA-106 2 3 approximately the same as last
lacked consistency, the 21/2', ', : 51/2 ceola, 30 deer and 5 turkey ,
Patriot all league linebacker VFM 174 year for this period but a con- ;
defenses Cartwright were had spotty.a 50-50 day Nick Bunlcontl plus one more #2 2 6 siderably larger number of tur- Stelnhatchee, 15 deer and 30

Boston star It was no deal. Boomers 1 4 kets were harvested. Turkey
passing with Navy's only score turkey; Lake Butler, 45 deer and
coming through the air. Army THE BROWNS' i 4 4M numbers were low last hunting 10 turkey; Lochloosa, 4 deer.
season due to heavy rains duringthe
best the
was at its on ground MAJOR OFFENSE
178 Neither BLUE LEAGUE spring and summer, but fav-
with a yards. team While Cleveland's quarterback
launched any prolonged offensive Frank Ryan ranked orable weather this year duringthe
spring hatch enabled them to
drives. The teams punted a total passing In games through the 14th Teams Won Lost
make a good come-back. Every- 5223' Wesconett Dlvd.
of 19 times. of last month with 82 complet-
coach Bill Ells # 8 thing considered, prospects appear Near NAS
Navy first year ions out of 161 the potent pan Weapons 1 1
was well aware at the opening of of the Browns' offense, Jimmy Supply 7 2 hunters.good for deer and turkey Just Off Timuauana Rd.

this year's season that he had Brown, was so far ahead of the Admin 6 2 Wildlife officers hunter SUNDAYS:
no Staubachs or Donnellys and rest of the league in rushing thatIf Ops 5 3 report
all of 10:00 A.M. Bible
success good on species : Study
that 1965 was a season for re- he missed the rest of the VA-44 3 3
game throughout the region. Bag 11:00: A.M. Worship
Admin 1 4 4
building. season and part of next It would ..
checks show abundance of
an 6:00 .
: P.M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS
If we consider It a reconstruction still be hard for anyone to catch Admin # 2 41/2 31/2 and
year It has been a suc- VFP 62 3 \ 5VF1741 :
him.The Hogs are classed as game
cessful one which makes next fullback had 3 5
gained 1,064 animals on two managementareas. 7:30: P.M. Mid-Week Service
year look very promising. yards and carried for 11 touchdowns Med/Dent 2 7 Camp Blanding reported Church Phone, SP 1.5075
,Weapons # 2 2 7
THE HEISMAN WINNER through Nov. 14th which
22 killed and Gulf Hammock reported :Minister Phone SP 1-2646
The Helsman Trophy suppos- was nearly twice as much yard- Marines 1/2 71/2 175 killed. '
edly to the best college as second Brown of
goes age place
of 'the but . .
football player year Philadelphia.
for the last three or four seasons UCLA ONCE AGAIN TENNIS V CHIEF CAMPBELLS
the pro teams haven't thought Basketball once again became
much of the winner as profess- king of the winter collegiate Teams Won Lost Elanding Tenneco \
ional material. sports last, night as most of the mSERVICE STATION
Two years ago It was Navy's major colleges tipped off their Marines 9 1VA44
Rodger, Stabauch, last year It seasons. For the third straightyear 4 1 103rd and Blanding Offers
was Notre Dame's'John Huarte, the sports writers like VFP V
62 6 4
neither have played much pro UCLA, which opens Its national
ball for one reason or another. defense tomorrow night at home
Ops 3 12
This year the award didn't go against Ohio State,as the nation's

to a quarterback, although there best pre-season team. M . 1 Military Personnel aid
were plenty of good ones around. Coach Johnny Wooden's Bruins GovernMent Employees
Instead It went to Southern Cal's will be trying to repeat as the FOOTBALL
brilliant running halfback Mike NCAA champions for the third AT OUR SPECIAL ISLANDAlso
Garrett. time in a row, a trick that not Teams Won Lost
Garrett closed his career out even Cincinnati couldn't do duringits e Tune-up& e Delco Batteries

last Saturday against Wyoming Ina big years. Marines 11 V 0 e LubricationFirestone'Tires
one sided contest the,Trojanswon Picked to give the Bruins the VA-44 9 2
best for the this Wasb & WaxRrakcwork Quaker State Oil
56-6. In the process of run money sea- VF'-174 y 6f 3
victory the Trojan halfback established son is Michigan which has All- VFP 62 4 6 General Auto Repair
new collegiate rushing American Cazzie Russell back. Weapons 3 8
record the pros still weren't But picking the best in basket- Supply 1 11 ROAD SERVICE 0700 2400
impressed.On ball Is even harder than In foot-
the other coast, In New ball. The odds against a rematch . . .
York City, both the NFL and of last year's NCAA final
the AFL were going through the between Michigan and UCLA are BOWLING Join America's most popular club
annual motions of deciding which tremendous.JU .

team would get the rights to which TO THE GATOR BOWL ...
players; Garrett wasn't the top Locally the Gator Bowl Basket TUESDAY EARLY
draft choice of any team in either ball Tournament is coming up In i M
league. the Coliseum on Dec. 29th and Teams Won Lost 1It

It's quite possible that no team 30th. In the opening rounds
wants to take the chance of losing Alabama is pitted against Penn Hanger fl67 16 8
its first pick on a player which St. and Florida against DePaul. RATCC 43 15 9
might not make the grade and None of these teams Impressedthe Houooawgs 14 10
Garrett fits the possibility well. sports writers too much in VC 4 15 13
At 5-9, 189 pounds Garrett is the pre-season cage polls and the Blackshoes 14 14
neither big nor exceptionally fast tourney shouldn't distract much Funny Photo 9 11
by pro standards nor is he con- attention from the Gator Bowl Seminole Chiefs 10 14
sidered an outstanding pass re- football game the following day. Mar. Barracks 10 14 QIqristmasQllub
ceiver. About this time of year there .:

THE DRAFTI are nearly as many college bas-
have an Idea that the foot- ketball tournaments as there are 4tk .
ball drafting procedures will basketballs in Jacksonville, with
change next year. each tourney trying to get at least
Both leagues, which are In hot one good team for a drawing WEDNESDAY EARLY
financial competition players, attraction.It .
were doing the selecting at the seems that the Gator Bowl Teams Won Lost It's the smart way to prepay holiday expenses.All .

same time, In the same, city, would get added local interestif you do is open a Christmas Club account
and for basically the same [ an Invitation to the tournament Gordons B. B. 2i' 7
for an amount you can most easily afford.
would be extended Jacksonville
material. The ditlerence wa S that Hellrazors #1 17 11
the NFL signed three of Its first University. It is also feasablethat VFP 62 16 12 Then you save that amount each week

round choices, one Jerry Shay a if the Dolphins are out for Hellrazors #2 16 12 and, when the club pays off next November,

tackle from Purdue, went to the national basketball prestige a Yellow Water 15 13 you receive your Christmas Club check.
Vikings; he was also the first good showing against a good team Blue Blasters 14 14
choice of Denver in the AFL. over the holiday might put themin Thunderbirds 13 19 Be sure to join you'll be glad you did.

Next year the dates will pro- the limelight.; Commlsary 10 18 .

bably be different, with the AFL Astronuts 7. : 21 96r4t
trying to get In first and get some i-mT)

signatures on paper before the . . BARNETT
before the rush.GRABBLING.


An AFL owner estimates that
little Grambllng College has Give Merchants Green Stamps VA VA-34- 15 1 1 0 0 Across From Adnlttfstrntion II..., HAS ':

seven senior football players that OPEN A.M.-8 P.M. Jet Shop 1 0
are worth approximately $450, MON.-FRI. Weapons 0 .0 Banking Hours: I'

000 in pro contracts. Grambling 8A.M.-6 P.M. SAT. VF-62 0 0 Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM
coach, Eddie Robinson, calls this
1P.M.-5P.M. SUN. VC 4 0 0 9:30
Friday: AM til 4:30 PM
group the finest talent he's ever GEMD 0 0 +_ ,, ,
had and that is: quite a bit when MOTORS & CYCLES VFP 62 0 0 k
you consider all the players inthe 4949 Blanding Blvd. Marines 0' 1 Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273
AFL and NFL from the Louis- VA-44 0.1, ,
iana school. PH 771-8244 VA-45 0 1 "
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HAS lax ARID Jets Win

: InlrammuralSports Opentsiir :,

Score The NAS Cecil Field Jet Shop
y jumped off to an early 21 2
lead over VA 45 in Monday's
PINGPONG intramural basketball play and p : :
never let up to win Its season A
: Recreatlon,3 NAMTG,2 opener 66 29.
The blue and white uniformed -
t'I' VOLLEYBALL jets were paced by Al Jones
with 18 points,Jerry Boling added -
0&R.15 VP-16,12 .' 13, and big Stretch Riley
VP-16,15 O&R,3 a. pumped in 12points.
VP-16,15 O&R.ll Next Tuesday the Jets will
go against VA 44 at 7:30 p.m.
BASKETBALLVP16,58 In the station gym. .

FAETU.17Hospital,59VAP62,28 Wave Bowling
VW-4,47 679th,35 In last Monday night's Waves' .
VP-30,56 VP-5,54 Bowling League, Jean Hynes rolled .
FAW-11,53 Weapons,25 a 211 game to make a clean :
Supply,80 Comm Off Mess,34 sweep of the individual honors. + .
FICEUR,57 Marlnes,38 rCOOL I V .. The individual score plus the 532
NARTU,54 Dispensary,35 series turned in gave Hynes high
Jax Navy.80 Turner AfB,73 honors for both the week's kegler CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
Jax Navy,88 Turner AFBSOI' action and the season honors thus BUNDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
{ ; FOOTBALL ........,,' 'w far.Team standings going into the' 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
':Ia iIii':'=' Nov. 29th games were:
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Commun,24 A/C Maint,6 'COUPONROOSEVELT" WSW.

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I Cannon Cockers,1 WASH speed trans., R&H, dark blue, WSW.
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! NAMTG,2 Thunderheads,2 OPEN
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t, WSW.
63 MONZA CONV. . '. t, .: ', $1395
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You can insure your car with R&H, solid blue, white top, WSW.

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t, '62 OLDS CONV. . .., ., . .57495.'
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