Jax air news
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028307/00888
 Material Information
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 16, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
notis - ADA7401
lccn - sn 95047201
System ID: UF00028307:00888

Full Text



.1u I 1 1 ;iJ 4 / 1 fl

Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.




November'Serviceman' we approach the 1965 Christmas Holiday Season, our heartsare
saddened by the fact that so many of our servicemen are spend- '
ing the holidays in the seemingly never ending fight for the freedom t1 ::
of all mankind.But .
let us be thankful that we have American fighting men who UF' !
are willing to sacrifice their very lives for the rights and free-
doms of others and have faith that the fighting will result in even-
Stanley G. Van Meter YN2, tual "Peace On Earth."

received the "Serviceman of theMonth" May those of you who will be unable to enjoy Christmas with
award for November in your families and friends find condolence in the knowledge that
ceremonies conducted by Capt.J. your service away from home is serving that cause and workingfor
R. Mackroth, CO, NAS Jax. that end. ,
who has been ,
Van assigned Mrs. Mackroth and I take this opportunity to wish you and your
to the Area Passenger families a very Merry Christmas and the Happiest of New Years.
Transportation Office since Oct-
ober 1964, was cited for the cap-
ability and concern with whichhe
Minibex ep t tr.
carries out all the duties assigned Participants r
to him. His duties con-
sist of traffic management and
are unique in that there are
no regulations or instructions covering l..
To Hold
his daily work assign- Critique Mon.Participants
NEEDY FAMILIES DRIVE Linda Thode, SN, and Nancy
His primary responsibility isonthespot Norman, PNSA, of the HAS Jax Personnel Office Inspectsome i
of the clothing collected for the annual needy families
to ships
support of the third Min- As a secondary purpose, the
homeported or utilizing the May iature Anti-Submarine Barrier exercise provided Sub/Air train- /

port Naval Station. Van Meter Exercise, Minbex 3-65,will meet inf for all participating units.
has been commended many times at NAS Jax Monday, Dec. 20, drive.MPO

and arranged their transportation families departing for men or for a critique on the exercise.A held. The critique is provided to Drive Aids
similar meeting was assist participating units in assessing -
this and other
reporting to sta-
here last August when partici- their individual performance -
tions. pants met to review the second against the total achievements -
for in
His concern
economy Sub/Air training exercise. .
travel and transportation have Vice Admiral C. E. Weakley, Area FamiliesAgain
resulted in saving for PCS and Commander Anti Submarine
TDY travel up to $2,000 a week. Two NAS based
Warfare for the Atlantic, and squadrons pro-
Because of this and his ability to Rear Admiral H. H. Caldwell, vide aircraft for the submarine
the done Van Meter has Personnel Office of the Naval Air i
get job Commander Fleet Air Jax will exercises. Patrol Squadron Six- this year the Military
gained for himself and the Mavya be on hand to make the closing teen had 9 P3A "Orions" part- Satalon Jacksonville will participate In a drive to bring Christmas -

high degree of respect from remarks and comments concern- icipating while VP-5 provided 4 Joy to 60 needy Jacksonville Families. ..
many military commands and of SP-2E Joining the MPO office in thisyear's ;
ing the operational success the "Neptunes" which the MPO Division attempted .
commercial airlines.
q drive to obtain contrib-
exercise. holiday cheer for'
to provide
Van Meter received a $50 Admiral Caldwell served as the utions of food, toys, and clothingfor 10 needy families. Response to
check, and both he and his wife, ASW Barrier Commander for The Royal Canadian Air Force the needy families will be the the drive was far above expect-
Jo Ann, will be the guests of Command Task Group (CTG) MP Air Detachment supplied Duval County Campfire Girls. ations and It was decided to expand -
the USO for a trip to St. Au- 81.4, with Capt. H. B Stott,Com- three Argus aircraft operating The Campfire Girls and per- the program so that others
gustine. mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven, under the command of Squadron sonnel from the military per- the station who desired to
serving as Barrier Air Unit Com- Leader I. R. Fisher, Squadron sonnel office will man a"Christmas donate to the drive could.
mander for Command Training 404. Cheer Corner" at 15 West The aim of this year's driveis
Unit (CTU) 81.4.1. Monroe where donations will be to give each child at least
Minibex 3-65 which began with accepted. Captain Mackroth and one toy, some clothes and to furnish -
the planning in late July was the JAX AIR NEWS HOLIDAYThis Mayor L. H. Ritter of Jacksonville each family with a box of
final of three similar Sub/Air will formally open the collection food consisting of such foods as

barrier exercises,involving var- edition of the Jax Air center In a ribbon cutting corn meal, flour, grits, rice,
ious objectives and forces. News will be the last for 1965. ceremony Friday at 7:30 p.m.It potatoes, a large chicken, bacon,
,f The of this is estimated that the drive and candy.
primary purpose We will welcome the new year a bag of fruit
the collection of will support over 60 needy families and officers -
exercise was with our first paper coming out Division officers petty
data In support of the Fleet on Jan. 6, 1966. While the over the Christmas holi- are encouraged to push this
Anti Submarine Data Analysis staff prepares for the holi- days with food, clothing and toys. program within their divisionsand
Program (FADAP). The data day season, we wish to extend These families have an average ask that collections be madeof
collected from this exercise is greetings for a Merry of five to 14 children, many of any discarded objects aroundthe
new catalogued and preservedin Christmas and Happy New whom are unable to furnish even house. Once collected, these
approximately 25,000 puncr Year to all our readers. the bare necessities of everyday items may be delivered to MPO;
Van Meter cards. living. The program whichbegan
in 1963 was originally one in Continued on Page 2

I Make The 1965 Holiday Season A Non-Accident Affair ,Itany I

families will soonbe purchasing shed needles easily.If where- to place the tree. The glass, metal, or a fire resist cautions that should be adoptedfor ;I
the traditional Christmas the tree Is not immediatelyput tree should be a safe distance ant material can be safely used. increased safety.

tree and decorating it for the up in the house then it shouldbe away from any source of heat, Untreated cottonbattin,paper and The cigarette becomes an even
holiday season. placed in water outdoors until such as fireplaces, radiators, certain cloth costuming will ignite more dangerous instrument dur-
While this season is generallyone you are ready to use it. This etc., and that standing or fallen, quite easily and burn with ing this time of the For
of happiness and joy, nat- precaution will not be necessaryif it could not block the way out great intensity unless they are this reason, smoking year.should not '
ional safety statistics reveal that
you intend to cut a growingtree of the room or the house In flameproofed.In .
be allowed the tree -
near or amidst
careless acts in regard to fire as the tree can be cut case of fire. the excitement of opening decorations
safety will instead turn this intoa just to use. Lighting gifts, many people forget the dan wrappings.
time pf sadness and While the electric train sets
perhaps, Just before setting up the tree, ger that exists when combustible
tragedy.By saw off the trunk at an angleat Faulty wiring in lighting sets Christmas wrappings are allowedto or spirit-fueled toys are pOpular -
following suggested safety least one inch above the original or overloaded circuits are two accumulate under or near the at Christmas time they
precautions, the possibility of cut to Improve the abilityto primary examples of fire ha- tree. Wrappings should be removed should not be set up under or
tragedy can be avoided for many absorb water. Placethefreshly zards. Light sets should be from around the tree as near the tree. A spark from
families. cut tree trunk in water and checked each year for frayed soon as possible. Do not use such toys could easily ignite the
The Tree Insure that It Is well supported. wires, loose connections and the fireplace to burn Christmas tree, or placed too close they
The level of water should be kept broken sockets. When purchasingelectric wrappings as even with a pro- could possibly upset the tree.
The Christmas tree, itself is above the cut the entire time the lighting sets be sure tective screen there Is a danger Insure that water-type fire extinguishers -
in many cases the cause of the tree is indoors and checked at that they bear the UL (Under from flying sparks. buckets of water, ora
fire. writers' Laboratories) label. garden hose connected to a
When selecting a tree least for
once a day absorptionand
For a Safer ChristmasIf faucet are within reach of the
for home Decorations and
your Insure that pro- evaporation. To help keep
longed storage has not allowedthe the tree greener many people add Wrapping these safety tips are usedas tree.Many
tree to become too dry. The an aspirin to the water daily. The large variety ot Christmas a guideline you can help insure people will neglect to
dryness of the tree can be determined There are commercial sprays tree decorations on the mar a safer holiday season for follow these guidelines for hol-
by testing the flexibilityof that are approved for "fire-I ket offers a wide selection, but your family and loved ones. But iday safety, or commit some
small branches and the reten- proofing" the tree. in choosing your decorations insure in addition to the suggestionslisted careless act. When the stat-
tion of needles. When too dry, Several factors should be taken that they are "nameproofed" here there are numerous istics are totaled for the 1965season
tree branches brittle and will of other "common don't hp. one of them!It
are Into consideration when deciding Decorations made sense" pre-


., -. .-- ---" ,., BBBBHBRJBHBBlPi Bf PiHHEHim
-- "
.. d. ."' _-dO
\" ,
'i; ; ::It. Chaplains MessageChaplain
... lt
'I I { ; 'rl'fi 1""' S
The Tradition Of Giving ,, f\Yi,J.IJ,; 'Q) P.c, < "

,., \oJ Dean K. Veltman-

Christmas Is a Christian religious day but one of the traditions ROMAN CATHOLIC A LITTLE CHILD SHALL LEAD THEM

ttrat has grown around it selfless giving is recognized by all Not long'ago a little four-year old young lady was visiting her
faiths as a high point in human conduct.To St. Edward's Chapeland gnndmother. "I'm going out now, Grandmother.". "Where are
those in the armed forces this tradition of giving is a way going, honey?" "To heaven." "Where is heaven?" was the
of life. 'They give of their time, energy, and sometimes their lives, Naval Hospital you rather surprised grandmother's reply. "Why, out In the back-
insuring, among other things, that Americans are free to comm yard by the fence." Considerable time passed. When the back
emorate the birth of Christ. SUNDAY MASSES screen doorfinallyopened a radiant child reappeared. "Wereyou
Hospital 0630St. In heaven?" "Yes." "What did you do there?" "I saw God
Edward's and Jesus. We played together. I liked them very much!I"
uitb tiJ' Chapel 0900 & 1100 A child's imagination? Perhaps, but the more I have thought
about the story, the more I have begun to ask questions. Did
DAILY MASSES this child really see God and Jesus,? Is heaven.out In the backyard -
St. Edward's: by the fence? Could there not be some facts thatare very
r Monday thru Friday 1130 real which have been lost on a journey into.adulthoodlost by
i Saturday 0900 the loss of innocence we all experience when we grow up?
t Naval Hospital: "And a little child shall lead them." (Isaiah 11:6)) These words
I Friday 1205 foretell the birth of a child destined to lead the people of God.
God spoke His Eternal Word through that child.! Perhaps,He con
| CONFESSIONS tinues to speak to us today In other tiny voices, their.simple faith,
,; St. Edward's : their innocence, and their experiences. As Christmas approacheslet
I Saturday - .1900 2000 us listen to what they have to say and sing concerning the birthof
Sunday - - -0815 0845i, Jesus. They may have entrances to and.from God's presence
1015.1045 itself, and from their conversations there, bring back some word
Hospital: Sunday -----0615 for you and

Chapel Annex Building 722:
Saturday's 1000

WEYMOUTH, MASS. mockery of a trial. He was
(NAVNEWS). Here Is a young nailed to a cross between two
This year thousands of American servicemen and women will PROTESTANTAll man who was born In an obscure thieves. While he was dying, his
be away from home over the Christmas holiday. Many will be Saints Chapel village, the child of a peasant executioners gambled for the only
in other lands some in combat. SUNDAY'S woman. He grew up in another piece of property he had on earth,
For all military personnel Christmas should have a special 0800 - -Holy Communion village. He worked in a car- and that was his coat. When he
meaning; .>e that should temper the natural pains of homesicknesswith 0930 & 1100Divine Worship penter shop until he was 30, was dead, he was laid in a bor-
the understanding that they are giving the most valuable of and then for three years he was rowed grave through the pity ofa
gifts, something of themselves. SUNDAY SCHOOL an itinerant preacher. He never friend.

0930 - -Chapel Annex wrote a book. He never held an Nineteen wide centuries have
Building 722 office. He never owned a home. come and gone, and today he is
A Policeman's LetterTo He never had a family. He never the central figure of the human
WEDNESDAY'S went to college. He never put race and the leaders of the col-
1900 - -Choir Rehearsal his foot inside a big city. He umn of progress.
Santa ClausDear never traveled 200 miles from the I am far within the mark whenI
SECOND MONDAY of Each Month place where he was born. He say that all the armies that
0930 Chapel Women's Guild never did one of the things that ever marched and all the navies
Santa: (Small Chapel) usually accompanygreatness. He that were ever built, and all
I realize that I'm asking for awful lot this
an year, perhaps
had no credentials but himself. the parliaments that ever sat and
more than even you can give, but since this is not a selfish request, U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
all the kings that ever reigned,
I'm sure you'll do your best to fulfill It. Sunday's 1000 While he was still a young man
As we once again celebrate the birth of The Prince of Peace, the tide of public opinion turned put together, have no affected the
bring to every driver the spirit of brotherhood to make him more against him. His friends ran a- life of man upon this earth,as has
new year just ahead. CECIL FIELD way. He was turned over to his that One Solitary Life. -- Au-

Fill his Christmas stocking with great driving skill, good judgmeet Traditional Christmas Eve enemies. He went through the thor Unknown
and patience. Leave him a bright candle of understanding to and Christmas Day religious
help him see the other fellow's needs,, as well as his own, behind services for Protestant and
the wheel; and to light his way safely over the highways in the Catholic personnel at NAS Cecil Will Mom's ChristmasBe
darkness of the night. have been scheduled for the
Give every pedestrian a candy cane of caution that he may Memorial Chapel in Building
walk with care and always reach his destination without accidentor 25. Incomplete?
And if you hang a wreath on someone's door, Santa, please makeit Sunday, December 19, 1965 Dear Mom,
a bright and shiny one representing the new life and the new 1700 Sunday School pro- Sorry I haven't written. Gee, I forgot all about Christmas
beginning in Christmas, not the dark and somber wreath of death gram. Chapel choirs cards. I hope the family didn't mind. I didn't remember until
which has hung on the homes of so many traffic victims at Christmas Christmas recital. I got your letter. I'm sure sorry, Mom. I'll be sure and write
time in years gone by. 1800 Sunday School Chapel It's just that I'm pretty busy here. Lots of things to do. They
In closing, Santa, Pd like to ask you to be especially careful Christmas party. keep us working all the time. I've got to go now, Mom. I sure
yourself this year so many drivers just don't realize they could Friday, December 24, 19Go mi.s:>ed Christmas dinner. Tell everyone I said Hi.
kill Santa Claus. 1930 A candlelight Christ Love, Your son,
With best wishes for your safety, mas, service. All protestant Ralph

Your Traffic Officer personnel are cordially How many letters like this will be written this year' ? Maybe
Traffic Education Section invited to attend this special one''' Maybe \none? Possibly quite a few.

Los Angeles Police DepartmentMPO service I Mow many sailors and marines will forget to drop their parentsand
CATHOLIC lo\ed ones a Christmas card ?
or even call home collect
Drive Continued from 1 Friday, December 24, 1965! Cliriitmas day away from home what is it like for the
Page 1600 1800 and 2300 serviceman what is it like for mom and dad? Maybe leave
Bldg. 995, or call Ext. 696 for be on hand at the collection site 2345 Confessions want appro\ed or you didn't ask for it and the Season will be
pickup arrangements. Those who to accept donations between 10:00: Midnight Mass. spent on base or on liberty .Christmas dinner anile mess
have no articles for discard or a.m. and 8:30 p.m. The last dayto Saturday, December 25, 19B! hall instead of home.
are unable obtain canned foods, contribute will be December 0800 and 1200 Mass: (Con- This year maybe mom's Christmas table lacks a place set-
but are still desirous of contri- fessions before Mass) ting yours. ,

buting, may make cash donations 22.Each family, according to an Maybe the turkey and pie won't be devoured as fast maybe
which will be used to completeeach MPO spokesman, will be thor- you will be missing at the festivities. .

food box. oughly Investigated to Insure that Traffic ViolationsThis And what does the family do In your absence- J Do they-remen'-: ,
such a need exists and that no ber you and talk about the Christmas- dayspastwlaltingforyoury ,
The Christmas cheer corner on other charitable organization is week Dec. 7 Dec. 13--3 letter or call? Let's see. : '; 0 ; ,
Monroe Street will be open daily planning similar assistance to Total Accident this year throughDec. Somewhere, in "
Anytown, USA, mom:{s fn the :kitchen bast Ing
through Dec. 22. 13---------
Personnel will 240 the
them over the holidays. turkey. Her '
ar serviceman, away. from home .- ; a.:
Number of Accidents
throughDec. long way from e white blanket of snow covering; the tiouse//:; ; .
1964 - -' 248 Mom
turns to her stove. *
Total number of brown carrots are'turning a golden
days since and
the"pies are simmering[ and bubbling the telephone
last injury in motor vehicle rings. .' ,

1 =: Number accident of----------8 Violations" floured Mom's hands eyes on her light apron.up, she rushes' to the phone: ,.wiping= her"

This Week - - -19 '
Speeding-----------5 "Ohl; hello Jane, Mom's eyes dull a little and her smile. .fades.,

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Reckless Driving - 0 Dinner on schedule. Turkey, potatoes, cranberry sauce,
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Going through Stop Sign 0 and salad fills the are piled Carols on the plates. The scent of the Christmastree

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Other Violations - -14 ing of forks almost room. complete from the the record player and the Where clink-
private firm. All Copy submitted (for use in the JAX AIR Ten drivers appeared before are you? atmosphere;

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, the Traffic Hearing Board at the After the meal the phone rin s.uNo she herself.
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before meeting held on Dec. 14. Disposition "No, I'm not going to get excited." says
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- of the cases included the "Hello," she answers hurriedly.

Telephone EV 9.7711, Ext. 8162. following: Seven lost drivingand "Hello, long distance calling . "
parking privileges aboard
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries station for various periods; Christmas Mom's face lights up and her happiness outshines the bright

concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing Three were assigned to completean to say hello.decorations. Every one' crowds around the telephone

Company,* 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida... eight-hour course in remedial The family Christmas
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. driving at NATTC; One received The is complete now.
scene: Anytown, USA The The
suspension; One was given warning Mother was maybe : Christmas Day.
VOL. 23 NO. 40 Four dismissed Eight finedU. yours. ,
DECEMBER 16, 7965 ; ; If you're not
( S. Commisioner); and Six loved going for the holidays, remember your parentsand
referred to commanding officersfor )or call them ones Vu' send them a Christmas card or letter .
possible disciplinary action. They always have a Place set for you both
at the dinner table
and in their hearts. (NAVNEWS)

I Field Tests New Flight

: Helmet In BuWeps Project

M ra
f In September the Navy sunk made as to whether or not the
1'1\ nearly a third of a million dol- helmet will be used by the Navy.
lars Into 210 experimental helmets The AOH-1 eliminates the need
'1' for an oxygen mask as the hel-
\: In comparison to the helmets met has the regulator located
I\1 I used by ,A-4 and F-8 pilots inside rather than a separate unit
the APH-5 and 6 models the as is used with the APH-5 and 6.
i experimental AOH-1 helmet is This internal oxygen apparatus
i, expensive. It cost $1,500 per makes it possible for the helmetto
helmet as opposed to around be used underwater. Ltjg( )
$52 for the APH-5 or 6 model. S. H. Anderson,an Aviation Phy-
I ; But the experimental model, siologist at the center, said that e e 'p
i designed and manufactured by in tests conducted here a man
i Robert Shaw, incorporates features has been underwater for 30 mIn- p s 100%
which neither of the pre- utes with the AOH-1 helmet on. FROMDUVAL
sently used models have. These He pointed out that this safety )a DAY USED CAW ,
'I features, an internal oxygen regulator factor should be a boom to e-
and a solid type con- jection overwater.Lt. .
struction, should provide addit- Anderson also reports that uartrnt e .
ional safety factors. the experimental helmet gives the halt tea ,
The NAS Cecil Physiological pilot more protection during a t mat wu Mq011 .
Training Center is keeping a high-speed ejectionbecauseof r-b 0. h Sir 1.s $'"' ,' '
tab on 65 of the AOH-1 helmets solid clam-shell like construction. Ant, 1An'" MOTORS
.bkNs. ooam AEAR
which are being used by pilots The helmet forms a solid tclyd.q.cC IW4'l, TRANStSS, INND 4dhd ONLY M
from VA-44, VF-174 and VFP-62 unit when the visor is lowered. ,_n..6R.ls dstha.ee: _do. 1
in all of flight missions. The is controlledby ,. dwq. W '
types oxygen supply .
_,. ,, 3\ 2 BIG
The AOH-1 is being 'tested at the lowering and raising of .
three other Naval and Marine the visor; when lowered the 4_Sw.Z! 'ua-"* *"" '* r.ew. '' '* I
Air Stations under the BuWeps supply is turned on, when up '*. '
sponsored research. The test- the oxygen is off. USEDLOTS
ing will end in March when the In the future, tests are sch- -
final reports are sent to the eduled for the helmet in the eti .. r.w --
bureau and the final analysis is F-4 and A-5 aircraft. s...' -tr+-

> :;'i: .;. ; i" :' tr, 1
.1. f,,
.. ,.. ;,.",. :\ A------
"t. >
I. !
r. ...,., I
i ) ,
'. r
',,, .:y'F, ,); !
it V

?. 4':



,A r gY < ': 100%' USED b CAR GUARANTEE I

I 1 & t'J &% (Lq IN WRITING 1 II I

11 # 900 W. ADAMS 4538 SAN JUAN !=

((353-9028)) ((384-4536))

'65 MUSTANG.$2295 '
I ,, 65 MUSTANG.$2395
J 2 Coor Hard Top Vf:, A'ltomntie+' Trans V8, 4-speed Transmission, Radio and ,
m,' sion. Radio and Hrol-r' White. Wall Heater, Air Cond:tnn,d.
Tirr, Turquou, with Whip leather! Buck- '
ft ScoM One owner, 1 1SOCO mile car 65 FORD GALAXIE 500. .52495
'65 2 Door Hard Top \'(', Automatic Transmission
x Radio & Heater, Power Steering.
4 Door Sedan V8, Automatic, Tronsmis-
Sinn, Power Brakes, Power Sl ermq, Radio 64 FORD Country Sec/an./ .52095
and Heater, Factory fir Conditioned, V8, Automatic Transmission: Radio and
White Wall Tires Two Tone Point A Hooter, Power Steering! Air CondltlClntd.one .
owner 11,000 mile car '64 PONTIAC LEMANS. $2395

'64 FAIRLANE Ranch Wog..JJ695 V8, Automatic Transmission, Radio and

,"' ../ I 4 Door V8, Radio and Heater, White Hcotrr Power Steering.
; .::.::: Wall Tires. Clenn throughout. '64 FORD FAIRLANE 500.51795

THE NEW AND THE OLD. .Lff/g/ ) S. H. Anderson, an Aviation /- '64 FALCON. . .$1495 2 Door Hard Top Sport Coupe, V8, Auto-
/ Physiologist at NAS Cecil, compo/res/ the new AOH-1 7 2 Door Sedan, Automatic Transmission, motic Transmission, Heater, Power Steer.
Rcdio and Heater, White Wall, Tires, Red Ing, White Side Walls.
light helmet (left) with the APH-5 model which the Navy Is with matching interior, Extra clean. '
currently using. The new helmet is being tested at HAS Ce '64 GALA //E 500 Fa tbaclc.$7895/ 63 CHEVROLET Stat Wog..5J795

cil under a BuWeps sponsored pro/ecf./ V8, Automatic Transmission, Power Steer- VR, Automatic Transmission, Radio and
Heater, Power Steering, Power Brakes, AC.
Ing, Factory Air Conditioned, Whit with
Blue Vinyl Interior, White Wall Tires. '63 CHEVY II. . .5M95

Frit* '64 THUNDERBIRD.$2995 4 Door, Automatic Transmission, Radio,
ParmanR Automatic Transmission, Radio & Heater and Heater
t. Power Steering, Power Broke, Electric/ '63
O Seat and Windows( Factory Air Condi- I
TIRE CO. CPOOwner tioned. White Sidewall Tires, White with V8, Automatic Transmission, Radio and
Turquoise interior. Heater, Air Conditioned.
'63 COUNTRY SQUIRE. .5/595/ '63 FORD GALAXIE 500. .57895
9 PASSENGER WAGON V8, Automatic 4 Door Sedan, V8, automatic Transmission
ALL Transmission, Radio/ and Heater, Power Radio, Heater, Power Steering, Air
$795 Steering Extra Nice, New Car trade Inl! CondillonedCecil

SIZES Pits Tax


No Down Payment, No Payments 'Till After HolidaysWE

FREE Balance & Alignment/ -With/ / -Purchase/ of 4 Tires BEING EQUAL

Hit of Mil Wheels Tacko.eters

Radii Slicks Chrome Pipes Floors Shifts" 1000 W. FORSYTH 3539021FordHeodquartorsForNearly


5444 NORMANDY 6201 ROOSEVELT 2809 MAYPORT RC Where You Get Service Beyond The Sale!
Across ir All= Mill) (0/t mil (r. Main Gate) (% miles Ir. Main Gate)





";\\'....,. ,,'- .

,.,."; .,'';..\'. ;.. .> ., 7-. Jr::; ",
-7 -
:-.r.:' '" .. .,. -
.. :: .
jIl'; ",,
... ;


Servicemen Celebrate Holidays Season 'Over There'

By Dee fiorras, JO2

"Over there, over there. ." I'll be there, at least until the off the Viet Nam coast like this: room, and each hotel had its about every ninth day, and the
The unforgettable words of that day afterward. It won't be quite "It was almost like a regular own mess. The cook weren't work days are much longer than
famous song still echo from mil- the same as usual, though, because working day, because we still American, but the food was, com here, so' that time off early
lions of hearts and memories, this year everyone will had to launch our planes and keep plete with a regular Christmas made a holiday of it,"
not to mention TV and motion pic- know where I'm going and what the state of readiness up to par. dinner. We had our own EM
ture screens, even though the war I'll be doing soon; you want to There was plenty of Christmas Club too, and just about every
which occasioned them is long forget about it for a while, so spirit, however, and the moralewas thing we needed was right therein That's Christmas for the
past and the wounds which it inflicted everyone can enjoy the holidays, : high. We had contests to the hotel, so there wasn't. any American's in Saigon, Viet Nam.
upon the world are little but they won't let you, they'll keep see who had the best decorated need to go anyplace to celebrate.
more than ugly scars best for- reminding me with their ques- spaces, with just about everything They had movies right there in
gotten. tions. And, I don't think I'll you can imagine being usedas the hotel, too and some nights The men who were ipterviewed
For the fourth time witnin be able to quit thinking about the makeshift decorations -- old Bingo" of course, are, back in the United
the 20th century,within the memories guys who are over there while aircraft pans, tools, scraps of States now, and all are looking
of people still very much I'hi home for the holidays." every kind, just about anythingwe "The mail came pretty regularly forward to enjoying the holidays
alive, however, a time and occ- "Don't get me wrong, now. I could get our hands on." and most of the guys in the typical American tradition.
asion have arisen for these United believe in what we're doing in "We had a good skipper,who did got their Christmas presents a-
States in which the words "Over Viet Nam, and I'm glad I've everything he could to make the head of time. The ones whodidn't
there. ." have an applicationtoo got the chance to go over and do most of the day for everyone. it was mostly because of There are still their replace-
painful to be soothed, too my share; but, I sure am thank- Divine Cervices were held, of the way they were sent, eithertoo ments,, and thousands of other
accurate to be dismissed, and too ful I have the chance to go home course. Mail came pretty'reg-' late or a lot of them were Americans in Viet Nam and on
real to be forgotten. for Christmas, because that's ularly, and although some of us sent by parcel post.'* the ships off the coast of Viet
While the musical strains of what Christmas is, being with the didn't receive our gifts from Nam. Perhaps it i is: thanks: to
"Deck the Halls With Boughsof family and loved ones. My father home until after Christmas, "The morale was real good, them that everyone has the freedom -
Holly" and "I'm Dreamingof fought to keep us free in one many of the men did. Santa really high. It was higher thanit to enjoy those holidays, and
A White Christmas" echo war, and I knew I'd serve my Clans even paid a visit to the is at most bases In the States, that freedom will still belongto
through the air in passagewaysand country in any way I could, butI ship, coming aboard on a heli- believe it or not. They know people throughout the world
across parking lots and into never dreamed I'd have to fight copter.It111at" they're doing a good job back next year and the year after and
the streets of the Jacksonville for it so soon." the type of story which there." in all of the years to come.
Naval Air complex, more that His friend' is a 21yearoldveteran could be told by thousands of the
one thought is turned to the of former sea duty, who Navy's seagoing; men. It's what "That getting off early,though, Their Christinas Isn't much,
"Over There" of this generation, will leave home the day after Christmas was likeor ,them; was.about the pnjytfilngvve really northeIr'New Year's; but, without -
a remote mass of land on the Christmas, heading for a ship what it's going to be like for did to celebrate Christmas, and them and all of the men like
Asian continent known as Viet lying in watchful vigilance off them this year for thousands that
was really something. We'vegot them down through the ages,
the of the strife-torn
coast coun- of
others like them.
Nam.More a sign there that reads 'Every would there even be a Chri::tma:
than one man who is try. His 15 days or so spenton Now, what about the men who
Day Monday' and that's New Year's celebrate
just or ; to in
of safe and leave the holidays will in Viet
Nam itself
dreaming a snug are ,the scoresof
it is. We
(how got a day off America
Christmas with the family, cele- add up to a total of almost a thousands of Marines and sold-
brating in all of the ways so month he's spent with his new iers and airmen and Navy advi-
typically American, rememberslast wife since their marriage -- sors who comprise our armed
year or the year beforeor almost a month. forces on the mainland( of the :
the year before that when I KNOW WHY I'M GOING"I small Asian country What kind
things weren't so snug and happy know why I'm going over of a Christmas day can they
for them -- when Christmas there. I mean, it's not as if expect?
and New Year's weren't holidaysso it were for nothing. It's to That story was obtained froma : On liberty'
much as they were "just fight for the cause of freedom, man who just checked aboard
another of the endless days of and even though indirectly, it's the first of this week, directly
constant readiness u "over for the sake of our country and from Viet Nam.; Although he don't forget
there". what it stands for. If it's nec- was never on the "from lines," 1 r
And more than one man within essary to fight for that freedom, it was his job to see to it that
the complex is in the process of I'll do it, even through all the much needed and depended % yer pass
packing and checking out, acc- holidays of the year, if it means upon supplies got to where they \ .
ompanied by his own morose imaginings that my children in the future were needed when they were t and
of what the holidays are will be able and free to cele- needed. For Christmas, that :
going to be like "over there", brate those same holidays." included a regular Christmas r t r1
instead of at home with familyand "I'll be aboard ship,though, so feast complete with turkey, i 'YQr
friends. It's not going to be so bad, except dressing and the works, which -
More than one child, while rejoicing for the fact that I can't were air dropped to the combat creditidentification-
over the idea of Christ- be with my wife and family for rationed troop .
mas vacation, is askingtheques- New Year's. A lot of hard work CHRISTMAS SAIGON
tion: "Mommy, why isn't Daddy and lonely hours will be Involved, Christmas in Saigon? It was i
going tobe home for Christmas but it's not going to be nearly as something like this: "Well, on r ,
And Mommy answers with a cour- bad as it is for the Marines and Christmas, about all we do is
ageous smile, "Because, Honey, advisors actually in the country.I'd knock off early for once I card
he's over there in Viet Nam much rather be over there if there are no ships in. We
trying to make it possible for fighting than doing it here in this knocked off somewhere: about
;' other people to have a 'Merry country." 4 o'clock in the afternoon, and
Christmas' in the years to CHRISTMAS ABOARD SHIP the divisions would go off some-
'' come." Exactly what will it be like on where and have a party. We That Credit Identification Card comes from us.
1 CHRISTMAS AT HOME Christmas and New Year's days wouldn't tell anyone where it You get it with your first loan. It's mighty handy
Two young men who attended aboard all of those ships off the was at, though you know, to have since we serve you in 775 offices coast
NATT Center's AO "A" school Viet Nam coast? There are quitea so nobody would know that to coast. Depend on us for liberty money
are looking forward to Christmasat few men attached to the var- many Americans were in one emergency expenses, cash needs. And get
home. In fact, they shouldbe ious commands at Jax who can group together." your Credit Identification Card. Your good
home when this article is answer that question, because "On New Year's, it was credit assures you of quick service.
published; but, on December 26 they were there last year. about the same. Everybody
t they leave for Viet Nam, and will "Anyone who sings 'I'm stood their own duty, and except
{ be starting their New Year off f Dreaming of A White Christmas for the early hours, it was pret-
I "somewhere in the Pacific", Is doing just that dreaming, ty much just another day. Nothing FINANCE
destined to take part Inwhat Is not says one seconds class, the father exciting about it." cr crDOMESTIC
a war. What are the holidays of three who is going "On Christmas tight\ last year 0 RAT ION
going to be like for them? spending the first Christmas t you know, the Brinks Hotel blew
Take the gangling 19yearoldwho his kids in three years. "''t's up, and everybody they could find
" looks like somebody's kid hot all year around in that area, stood duty. It still didn't ruin JACKSONVILLE LOANS TO $600
' brother. With a youthfully shy and the nearest thing to snow anyone's Christmas though; 1193
grin on his face and a far-off f you might see on Christmas or everyone still had a pretty goof 440 W.So.Adams Edgewood St. Ave. .. Phone 389-0391 356-0091
look in his eyes, he tells of any other day would be rain; time, or tried to." 926 25 E.Arlington Road Phone Phone 721.0550
some very positive ideas on the and even that's unlikely." "We had hotel to live in( 1638 Adams Main St.St. .. Phone 356-0076 354-6841
I subject. One experienced chief describes pretty nice ones, with two or 5852 3102 Norwood Beach Ave. Phone Phone 765-1601
i I "Christmas at home? Yes, his shipboard Christmas three, maybe four men to a 5212 N. Purl Blvd.St .. Phone Phone 353-6248 359-20S1



il 161965; JA / I

Two CF Officers NARTU-News & Views I

Design Special 72 Explorer Scouts were takenon cil of Boy Scouts Executive Board
a local flight In a NARTU during 1966.

Jax C 118 Transport.The ... . .
I g Survival Packet North Florida Council The Chief of Naval Air Reserve

Helicopter search and rescue Scouts were aboard the station Training boasts of its own"Gray
holding their annual conferenceThe Eagle". Cdr Claude
missions flown in the Jacksonville -
theme of this gather-
fre- Fighter Training Officer for the
Naval Complex are
Ing was "Youth Looks Ahead",
quently confronted with the pro- staff, completed 4,000 flight
blem of communicating with pilots and included a vocational confer- hours of jet flying recently. ThisIs
who have gone down in the ence, physical fitness social believed to be a first in the
activities, and citizenship.The Navy.
of Florida and Georgiaor
conference is
scout com-
Commissioned in November
which stranded
boat crews are
in rough seas. pletely conducted by the boys, 1944, he has flown over 6,200
The communications barrierwas who elect a staff among them- flight hours.
investigated by NAS Cecil selves to arrange the program. The commander was dubbed
NARTU Jax hosted the scouts
Field Operations Officer Com- "Gray Eagle" in 1962 at NAS
mander Dixie Mays. Cmdr.Mays during their conference.The Atlanta, Ga., where he single -
aircraft for the
solution the transport handedly convened two reserve
came up with a to
WONG CHEUNG problem and Lieutenant Fred local flight was piloted by Lcdr squadrons from propeller driven '
Clyde D. Lamee attached for the
the station's crash officer aircraft to Jets.
: Lakeway, local unit. Lcdr Lamee residesat
NATTC AO B' Sailors and a helicopter pilot, put' 7420 Hennessy Rd., in Jack- . . .
the Idea Into working order.
Santa'YearRound'A Lt. Lakeway constructed a watertight . . T. J. Borkowski AE3N. and
; Play survival radio packet W. A. Brantana, TDAN have
which can be dropped by a helicopter Capt. C. W. Pittman Jr. returned to NARTU Jax with

most unlikely group to be a month for the support of each hoist or parachuted down NARTU CO, has been elected to top honors from their respective
over land or sea. serve on the North FloridaCoun- "A" Schools.
St. Nick Instructorsand child. In addition Christmas
at -
The survival kit Is made ,,, t '" NJ" .'<'
students at the Naval Air a $5 cash gift for each childis contains ,'. '. < "; ,w't'h'-\ ,< ,1 ,'t.1 .
of two packages; one < 1'fJ "
i Technical Training Center's A- mailed. Finances for Cheung the. radio mltter-re- ,..,.. ... '- ..'''',.t'j 'f3".r:
viation Ordnance Class"B"School and Wong are collected regularly only tr n ; radio :' "',"" .< >' W',' l;',;,,',.,:>, :':: .
ceiver with a transporting :
is a daily Santa Claus to from all personnel of the \1i"w.
other contains medical ,,
two 'Chinese( refugee children. school and a special fund is main beacon kit, flares, clothing,food a a ........,.iI f': ,'r':"'- .,,, ,' .,'
tained for three months
care In
radio and other necessary survival
This small group of Navy career advance. gear. So far In the timesIt iJ grATPS NAr
Petty Officers, whose usual has been used on SAR mis- WE-7

.business is the teaching and oper- Contact by monthly letter Is sions from NAS Cecil, the packets -
atipn of deadly bombs and rock-
maintained between these child- have landed with success
ets, began this humanitarian pro through the use of a "GibsonGirl"
ren and the school, and at times
ject In April 1962.
parachute dropped from
by those personnel leaving the
AO"B" School. the helicopter from a stagnate
The two children, 11-year-old v ,ate
Cheung Kan Por, a boy, and A father bald to his daughter, \
eight-year-old Wong Chik Kuen, About one third of the school's "Your boy friend approached me
a girl, are refugees from Com- graduates receive orders to the and asked for you hand. I con-
munist China and are now livingin Seventh Fleet in the Far East, sented, dear."
Hong Kong. They were eight and each one that does is provided -' "But Father," cried the girl, I,
and five respectively when adop- with the addresses so "I don't wish to leave Mother."
ted by the Navymen under the should they have the opportunityto "I understand, child," the father -
Foster Parents Program. stop in Hong Kong, they can said. "Only don't let me
visit "their children". stand in the way of your hap-
piness. Take you r mother with 72 EXPLORER SCOUTS of the North Florida Council of
Master Chief Francis R. Luc- you." Okla Service Station Boy Scouts board a Nervy C-7I8 transport aircraft from NAR
zycki, Supervisor for the school, Cheung is an intelligent boy, December 11.
News. focal
co-ordinates the project. He TU Jax for a flight, i iRH ii
A attending school so he can qual-
said that the school staff and
businessman. -
ify a good job as a
students feel that fifty cents a He feels a deep obligationfor
isn't much but the child-
day to the opportunity go to school.
ren It means a lot a chanceto There are no free schools In Hong
get an education, enough foodto Kong. Wong has been describedas
eat, sufficient clothing, and a precociously Intelligent child
a few necessities of life. school. She
and loves going to ,
too, is greatful to her foster
Aviation Ordnance "B" Sch- parents for the wonderful opp-
ool contributes a total of $15 ortunity.

f r,.





MW .


PHONE EL 3-3922






Offers Tell us how much you need and when you need it. Call fora
103rd and Blending
personal (and top secret) appointment to apply for your

GAS FOR LESSTo loan. You'll be surprised how low your payments will be.

Military Personnel aid

Government EmployeesAT Loans To $600 .


e Tune-up s e Delco liatleries.Lubrication A lifesaver when you need<
P ires tone Tires

e Wash & Wax Quaker State OilIlrakcwork

(;ietlefa'1110' Repair 34 West Duval St. 215 Lynch Building

ROAD SERVICE 0700 2400 Telephone Elgin 6.3311 Telephone ELgjn 6.1251December

Area Civil Service News

I Wage Survey Brings Queries By EmployeesThis I

( is the second and final Q. What/ happens to the wage Not necessarily. Navy pay is
of a series which will help em- data in Washington? based on overall survey results.
ployees understand the fullscalearea For example, survey results may
show that local rates for a part-
wage suvey procedures.) Navy wage specialists do the .
icular jo b have not increased.If
final editing and computation of
Common questions about wage data which is reviewed by a however, the overall results
show a general increase,the gen
Navy Wage Committee
surveys are: repre- '
reflected in
eral increase will
sentatives and one Bureau re-
higher rates for all Navy jobs.
Q. Are /Incentive/ and piece presentative.Q. .
work rates collected?
Are all Navy occupations
Yes, provided that basegua- The U. S. Civil Service
ranteed rates are also availableand Included In survey? Commission has just announced F

average hourly earnings can No, as data on all occup- an examination, No.380,to
be accurately determined.Q. ations are not necessary to issue be used in filling summer jobsin
an equitable pay schedule due 1966 in Engineering and s
Are bonuses paid by pri- to Navy's method of alignment of Physical Science positions.The { r
vate firms used In comput- occupations based on relative program is intended for
ing rates? difficulty, knowledges requiredand college students who are ma-
skUll joring in these fields.
Yes, provided they are regularly All college students who are
paid per agreement and Q. Who/ determines which/ / / occupations majoring in either engineering

pensation.Q.constitute. part of regular com- will be surveyed? or one of the physical scien- 40 YEARS OF SERVICE. .Copf. J. R. Macknth, CommandIng .

OIR furnishes a basic list ces, and who are interested, must in Officer, HAS Jax, presents Wendell Patrick 'of the Administration

Are supervisory pay rates which may be added to by the file summer an application employment under this Dept. with a pin marking 40 years of combined
surveyed? local survey committee. Em- examination before January, military and civilian/ /// service. Mrs. Patrick observed this
ployees and employee groups also 1966. Application forms and happy occassion along with Cdr. Robert D. Kunkle/ Administration
No, since supervisory rates have the opportunity to suggest complete information con- Officer.Patrick.
such as for Leadingman, Quar- additions or deletions to the list. cerning this program may be
terman and Chief Quarterman are Q. If my rating Is not surveyed obtained from the Employment
set on a fixed percentage differential how Is my rate of pay Office, Building 907. Honored ,For
above ratings supervised. -
set? This summer work program

Your pay is set from dataon this prohibits station the,or employment any other Naval at 40 Years of ServiceWendell
Q. Does the local committee national trends in private activity, of sons and daughtersof !
recommend the new wage industry and on the basis of civilian employees of the
scale? alignment with other ratings of Navy, or the sons and daugh- Patrick of the NAS at NAS Pensacola. He trans-
No. The committee sends equivalent skill and complexity.Q. ters of members of the Navy Jax Administration Departmentwas ferred to NAS Miami in 1940
the factual data found to Wash- If my rating was survey uniformed service. However, recently honored for com- where he remained for six yearsas
ington. It may, however, make ed, will I get the actual rate such applicants would be eli- pleting 40 years of Federal ser- Administrative Assistant in
any desired recommendations. found in this area? gible for employment by any vice, military and civilian.Mr. the Aviation Training Depart-
other Federal agency. Patrick who presentlyserves ment.
as a Management Analystand
Supervisory Administration Since coming to the Jackson-
Officer, began his career in 1935, ville area in 1946, Mr. Patrick
when at the age of 22 he en- has served both at NAS lax and
listed in the Army. His last at Cecil Field as that install-
duty station was in the Army ation developed from an auxiliary
Finance Dept., at Fort Benning, field to a full operational air
NOTICE Georgia, where he served as station.
clerk to the permanent Board Prior to assuming his present
Recorder. position he worked as a Methods
After separation from the Examiner in the Admin Dept.
Army in 1935 Mr. Patrick was Mr.and Mrs. Patrick who have
employed as the senior typist in two children reside at 2817
the Aviation Training Division Green Street in Jacksonville

CREDIT UNION MEMBERS Civil Service PromotionsThe I

followingNASJacksonvilleemployees TO: Stockman
have been promoted ir MOORE, Willis M.
The Credit Union accordance with the station's TO: Helper Electroplater
Program: SAMUELSON, Michael B.

trolman (Aircraft Metalsmith)

SCRAY, Peter J.,J r.
TO: Aircraft Quality Control TO Assistant Production Con-
the week Specialist, GS 9 :
during of trolman (Aircraft Metalsmith)
WILLIAMS, Robert C.Jr. KRESS, Robert L.
SWILLEY, Wilton E.
DAVIS, Herbert L. TO: Supervisory Supply
DECEMBER 2731for MERRIAM,Jack W. Jr. GS-5
SCRAY, Peter J.Jr.
MOED, David A.
PHIFER, Clayton C. TO: Aircraft Examiner (Electronics

year-end closing TO: Aircraft Engine Mechanic Mechanic)
HOWN, John D., Jr. CARNEY, Jack M.
DIXON Cecil L. TO: Production Controller (Air-
calculation and posting of dividends. LIGHTFOOT, Wallace L. craft) GS 9
SAPP, Warren G. HUCKS, James W.
: Electroplater
DIGGS, William
PUTNY, David
J., Jr.
MILTON, Freeman, Jr.
and WITH DRAWALS will be ANKENY,Josia L.
HUNTER, Ell A. Jr. TO: Rigger
accepted telephone appointment. DEW, Preston W. : Planner & Estimator (Air-

TO: Aircraft Engine Worker frames Mechanic)

MOWBRAY, Melvin M. CARLSON, Andrew R.
mNWELL, Lewis P.,Jr ROBERTS, Robert H.
Ja F aeza8ORED774'ON 1U: Airframes Worker
STARLING, George R. TO: Chief Quarterman. (Aircraft
; BREWER, Ellis G. Plant Maintenance)
: Planner & Estimator (Air- TO: Assistance Planner & Esti-
j craft Metalsmith) mator (Airframes Mechanic j
BAFFARI, Daniel MACLEOD, Duncan A.
WOOD James H. C Estimator
JAXHA BLDG. 3y CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26 TO: Assistant Production TO: Planner and
Con- (Electronics Mechanic)
Tel. 384.4121 or Base Ext. 8507 SP 1-3211 Ext. 205 trolman (Airframes Mechanic) GILLETTE Robert L.
Hours: Mon. Fri. 9:30 4:30 Hours: Mon. Fri. 8:30. 3:00 MONELL, Dominick .Mechanic (Electronics
TO: Instrument
Frank C.
'I JOHNS, Allan C. _
GEl.WTCKS William.P.Jacksonville

.. '


1 lfYaAsklJs NATTC : Holiday Comml.sary Hoare I

Behind The Scene To accomodate holiday shop-
With Christmas right around W. D. Wade, AZ3, GSE: "I
pers at NAS Jax, the Commis-
the corner our inquiring photographer would say that I like Christmas
Store has announced
went to NAS Cecil Fieldto the best sary new
mostly by Angus Thompson, J03 hours which will go into effect.
the that Naval
poll people on because I love
Monday Dec. 20th.
Air Station as to what holiday the thought of The yuletide season Is now training center personnel and The Commissary which is us,
they liked best giving and re- f;:", in full swing at the Naval Air their dependents will have a safe ually closed on Mondays will be
C. L. Turner, SA, Communi- c 'iving. ...... Technical Training Center. and happy Christmas filled with open on the 20th and 27th duringthe
cations: "Christmas and NewTear's "Decor- Christmas music fills the air many blessings. holiday season only.

are my at ions are around building 500, scenes depicting The Commissary will be openon
favorites. I everywhereand 4 Nativity are on display Accolades and congratulationswere Dec. 20, 22, 27 and 29 from
like them because everything WADE near the Chaplain's Office, extended by the CO to mem- 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. On Dec.
they is beautiful. and green foliage and gaily color bers of AO "A" School class 533 23 and 30 store hours will be
come close together "To me this is the real spiritof ed lights are on the front of all for winning the "Honor Flag' for from 10 a.m. to 6 p..m. The
and this Christmas and It's a spirit major buildings. the seventh time last week. Even store will close on Friday, Dec.
provides for a that everyone shares because it Captain Thomas B. Ellison, though Class 533,which graduated 24, Sunday, Dec. 26 as well as
long vacation. is the celebration of our Savior's NATTC's Commanding Officer, Wednesday, failed to break the the 31st of December, and as
"The holi- TURNERday birthday." has expressed the hope that all record of nine"Honor Flags" set usual, Monday, Jan. 3.
season is going'to be a lot earlier this year, they were Patrons are urged to take advantage -
different for me this year it champs in every respect. of the Monday openingsto
will be the first Christmas I've reduce congestion later in the
spent without seeing snow it I New Books I NATTC'S Dental Department week.
won't seem quite right. tbbrary so enthusiastic about its month-
"Another thing I like about By Sharon Arnold old "Do-it-Yourself" stannous
Christmas is that it is a day flouride treatment program thatit His secretary was Just comfortably -
when-- vou can- see old friends can hardly wait until the Christ- seated on his lap when
and relatives ,that you haven't EXPERIENCE OF WAR: THE MOUNTAIN MAN, by Vardis mas Holidays are over. Before the jobber looked up and saw his
seen in a long time." UNITED STATES IN WORLD Fisher. A novel based on his- stannous fluoride, a decay pre- wife entering the office. "mile-
WAR II by K. S. Davis. A his- torical characters, this tells the ventive agent, was tediously applied High Furniture Co," he dictated
,W. W. Smith, AE3, VA-12: tory of WW II as America knewIt story of mountain man Sam by the Dental Techniciansto rapidly, "Gentlemen:Shortage or
"I, like Christmas best of all. both on the home front and Minard, a fur trapper beyond the each patient as needed. But no shortage, how long do you thinkI
Usually I get the battlefield, highlighting Important frontier, who loved an Indian girl despite that tooth decay has been I can run my office with only
to go home and battles or campaigns on and when she was killed In a climbing and the tech's workload one chair?" Fifth Wheelhm
see my re- ? land and sea and such people as raid, began an implacable ven- increasing. Indiana Motor Truck Ass'n

latives."I General Eisenhower, FDR, Bull detta against the savage Crows
do feel Halsey, Paton and Henry Wallace. and Blackfeet. AA '
that Christmashas THERE IS A
lost 'a lot THE SECRET OF D-DAY by

of its original Gllles Perrault. The story of YOUR GUIDE TO PHOTOGRAPHY Plc-
meaning, it's SMITH how the secrets of D-Day were by Helen F. Bruce. ThisIs
becoming too commercialized. kept by the Allies, showing the a complete handbook Intendedfor ?
"Of,course if you're from the activities of spies and counter- beginners, and even more N'-SAVE
north Christmas isn't really spies on both sides. It was Impossible proficient photographers, who N'SAVE
Christmas without snow." for the Allies to hide are interested in learning and reviewing :y..:
the huge preparations, so they principles and basic STORE
D. L. Bush, SN, Communications set in motion minutely planned techniques that underlie the tak- DRUGS
: "New Year'sl 1 schemes mislead the Germans, ing and making of photographs.The .
"It seems that everyone can at least as to the date and placeof author has provided,in clearlayman's c NEAR YOU
better start in the invasion. language, a well organ- n;

the new year, ized compilation of photographic
and it seems information.The .
John Harris. A tourist resort
like ..
needs everyone that start' :. In the Italian Alps has an ancient I
earthen dam located above the Importance of reading cannot SERVING BREAKFAST, II
like the
I also
town, that is in such bad repair be overstated. MAKE IT A HABIT I
vacation.longer holiday" BUSH that It threatens the safety of the : TO VISIT YOUR LIBRARY LUNCH & DINNER I

"Another one of my favoritesis town and Its people. Engineers OFTEN.
holi- report that the stored water must
Independence Day. This
be drained Into the lake without
day shows that our country is
delay to save the town. But no
still strong and independent as it
one will listen to the warnings.An .
has always been.
archeological, searchingfor t ttf tl
Roman town in the lake,
A. A. Sweeney, SN, VF-11: a
has brought the 6th-century
"Veteran's Day is my favori.e. up (
wooden cross lost when Bishop I
This day paysa Lazzaro's barge capsized. To
tribute the
drain the dam would mean destroying -
veterans of all the archaeological site
wars; I think : beneath its spillway, and the town
everyone in the "fl' ; officials refuse to act until It
U. S. should be !e
is too late.
thankful for t
is these veterSWE EN EY GUIDE TO SCIENCE, by Isaac
ans that have given so much toward Asimov. An expanded, updated
the preservation of our edition of Dr. Asimov's surveyofthe
freedom." discoveries and achievementsof

modern science, explaining in
L. C. Mesenbrink, AMEAA, nontechnical language the most
GSE: "Ibelievethe most important recent developments in every
holiday is r' field of scientific endeavor.
Good Friday.
This Is the day YAMAMOTO: The Man Who
Christ died for Menaced America, by John Deane
us and then on Potter. It was Yamamoto, the ,
Easter Sunday Harvard educated oil expert and .

he arose from Commander-in-Chief of the Japanese Iecember
the dead. This 4 --. Fleet, that dreamed up,
shows that we MESENBRINKcan planned and executed the surprise n
take him as our Savior and attack on Pearl Harbor. It was "

pray through him to God. He both his mcment of triumph, yet THE ARBOLES
died for us, and yet he lives for also the event that started the
long story of his defeat and death.

us."This" to me, is the best hol- the This Pacific is the War.story by the expert of ALL TWO BED ROOM, ONE BATH UNITS.


e Ideal location In Orange Park, one block Central Heating and Cooling
from town"CENTER" and shopping area with Individual thermostatic

(Drive one Mock south of Klngsley Avenue controls and registers Installation
and turn towards the River.) McCALL SERVICE.INC.

V e All units with walled-ln gardens or private a All units with complete carpeting and
balconies. drapes.GENERALELECTRICKKehen.

ry I Swimming pool with adjacent laundry facllftles -

located In the central garden area.

featuring MARK 27 built-in range with
e CRANE plumbing fixtures throughout
push button controls;two-door refrigerator
MOEN single handle controls with zero degree freezer and automatic -
defrost fresh food section.



MRS. C. IV. TURNER AT 264-6648


. 8 4 JAi AIR NEWS/AFTERBURN/ -- -- .- -\oWlIIUUI\ lCi9: fI -1_-.-.' -------- ----- -- -- ------- -w--w----r--- -5----'-.5-. ._
I December '16 6, 1965 -5--- 5 -r- -----'---S S SS

.. Best Wishes for a Merry Chr( hr mas andHuppyNewYear- S

: ''f' :"
1 .. : -"'.,> .. 5

t ; fk '

? N .,.t .

/ 'frsY! c1 ;. )'


r i Ajc"wi; !*

$ : i 0 1 !-f1q1J1ifr :;

4 H V p ''rtl''& Wif f
*" .
I// S .i: .
S r .S
$7j .ikfl LJ I 1 1S ,
X1'A7Zt % /J( '1 AS -

(j ,.. -,,. 'e j "'"?f1" f\;\' \ I S 5S
'1\0'\ $ ,
'f' 'kJ.
'S '
'' 'f' J
1i'> "
I- roo. .1:( -1-1ol' :!& '', '" >
I '$;,, ...J;.;,.,.'.'"1, ,,-..... >:_n ':
,, '
::0 .. .
-.........,.. '" M
'" :*<1''! :' ,
C.I.T.T. knows 4 :"" I i .M '., w,

that __ From Your"ROBERTS : tON ''E JOB""" Navy -: I

youdon't -- -
i .% ., ,
k ., ? ,1
5' ,
'5 5 .. .. ..
enjoy S J .. .S
""c.' ..,

( .%. &;:7 .
borrowing g..: S S.. : :

Holiday shopping's'

: ....,. I

in the
money.That's .. .5 S % t S bag

( why we give '

you such fast service.) -S

Don't' ever think we're' rushing you through when you wi---r iIS

stop in at (C.I.T.for a loan to pay bills..to travel... I, w

or meet personal problems. The reason you'll' find us I .S5,5 -S'S: -

handling your application so fast is this: We've' learned S S A ______ SAL
that people don't' come to us when they need sympathy. tS :i : : I S' _____ t tS _
They come to us when they need money.. So expect 4 S S '

speedy money service when you come to see us about your I JSi5:4 : ti'ti't' : .with an HFC Shopper's' LoanGet
loan. (There are over 400 (C.I.T.. offices from coast to :: \t S :
coast where you'll' get the same zippy service..) J ---- I your holiday shopping done nowwithan

I ..1
HFC Shopper's' Loan. With cash from

LOANS TO $3000 IH 2.1 _- '5''W'; .5 Household, you can shop for values any-
--- ---..---. -. where-and get the gifts you want for friends
CASH YOU GET 1 :1 rI S S '
: : rL and family. You avoid big January bills- and
Monthly 31 30 24 .. S
Payments mos. mos. mos. p------wa ,, ._.. S repay in convenient amounts. For every sea-
$$50 $$1549.56. $$1322.36. .-$$1083.54-- St 4 sonal need, borrow with confidence from the
''S 5' S
70 2169.39 1851.30 -1516.96- h:; 1 S.. /1 oldest, most trusted company of its kind-
_100 2644.71 2167.09 LI /11 / Household Finance.
1L 1---- .
120 _._ L-.!2600.50Ctedit .? CHEVROLET iJ MONTHLY SPECIAL
hIe, Z .
'CCldenl' .rd health' Insurance available OnarllOansatlowErOul', r.'rs.' needs USED 4hcsL;
CARSWe S Borrow up to $$600

UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANYIII Will CHICKEN I [ : DINNER; ..._99( Take up to 24 months to repay

Pay, Top Dollar ALL YOU CAN EAT
a Now For Your Car -_
3312 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville In Trade I 1eAM OPEN PAILS. HOUSEHOFINANCE
7 iJ Fla. On New Or Good Used Car. CHURCH OF CHRIST YOUTAKE 11:3: 0A.M.TO 10P.M.ICITCH1 We Make a S
5223 Wcsconett Lllvd. YOUR CAR Specialty of
Phone: 398-1581. See Us Soon. Near NAS '\WITH\ YOU( ? 4
For r Financing, ,, And 'Insurance HETY'' : CATFISH
Just ocr Tlmuouana Rd.
I Stateside And Overseas., $ (Cull: SHRIMP
,, 10:00: .\M.\ !\ Bible Study repruentlna STEAKS
Employees RED SNAPPER Cedar Hills Shopping Center S
{ AND 11flO.M.: / Worship
';:4t tf'' Green OLDSMOBILE 6:00: P.M.!\ Evening Service Finance Corporation I TAKE-OUT BANQUET SERVICE SERVICE& 3734 Blending_Blvd.-SPring 1-4581
Cove WEDNESDAYS: ''and BUSINESS MEN'S. 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541
I ;, Florida International Service LUNCH .. ...
7 7:30: 0 P.M. Mid-Week\ Service Ak about Mil vtnlng hour
PH. 284.3033 .v-rnn Church Phone SP 1-5075 Insurance Company 3438 BLANDING BLVD. PHONE 771.5581 All HFC OFFICES OPEN SATURDAY MORNINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS
|||| 'linister Phone SP 1-2646 Sf.15( Timuquona Hd. 77MK27' ())


. Page 8 R'w' -- lAX;; -AIR; HEWS/AFTER/ 1flo iF'' .n......,..-.mb.r..- 76.7 1965 "A 11V An 4,in: "I kir-U.C;TE": ,/Ar.*CTCDDIIDUCD..."..."' ".T'j,.." I uyv. *VIt -

It .. r Best Wishes For a Merry' Ch r andHappy NeWYearLf '--j .

'0// ""

'tft c&r& <4ur. ..... 'Il IlI : ,

(krma .., '. ; 1 .*/ l'fA''' *' ,|
I $ ( ') 4rt f ....." '" l I, ? JI ': L' .

,r ,4p; tl4e1r4 C
A \ II 't "s- Vk 4k"LtJ \

r Y k \\i .. mffj. 1 r ..,,,,'i.{,"' ,.h): ''I'.::1'.:..1.!I ; A A

... {

jlitiC. /'. ''..''i'' A7 / !t i :: c

(" '1>. t'I ,.t J. _- t I I1 II I
I -1 I
4 S 1 1I

: Q 5- ... ,I I I
.t -
NUF .e .. I II II I I
.. 4 ;" 4l II I I
e.l.I 1.1.T.I knows "c ; I I

that From Y Your: ''ONII E JOB" Navy I

youdon't W:"i ..., ., --; .
II > :, : ;.Pfj.at... ,;;: ,",' >> 1fr ( -.. rJ: ..
joy ; S ) A ,,.,
Ip. ... .
L .

borrowing :. ( : -
-. "I Holiday shopping'sin '

money. L_- --- "f J cc( :. S. "'. t .4 4 ; 7 ;;. the bag

____ _'_.

(That's' why we give

you such fast service.) --. .

--- ''r''a1' -
Don't' ever think we're' rushing you through when you -rr- I II __
stop in at (C.I.T. for a loan to pay bills..to travel... -I---. I -4_____ L
or meet personal problems. The reason you'll' find us
handling your application so fast is this: We've' learned MW1.
that people don't' come to us when they need sympathy. I j _
They come to us when they need money. So expect
speedy money service when you come to see us about your !; / I with an HFC Shopper's' LoanGet
loan. (There are over 400 (C.I.T. offices from coast to

coast where you'll' get the same zippy service.) S your holiday shopping done nowwithan
wc f
HFC Shopper's' Loan. With cash from

LOANS TO $3000 j : H ,. Household, you can shop for values any-

--- -------- I "\, where-and get the gifts you want for friends
Z:4:t"'' & and family.You avoid big January billsand
Monthly 31 30 \ : :
Payments mos. mos. 24 I.1 a repay in convenient amounts. For every sea-
$$50 $$1549.56 $$1322.36 -- -$$1083.54--- -- .;,-."'""...;... : sonal need, borrow with confidence from the
4 _________ ______
70 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96 oldest, most trusted company of its kind-
_lOa 2644.71 2167.09 Household Finance.

late' ,acc'dent' .ar,d health, 2600.50Cledt needs
I nsutance aulabl on aliloans. i'Wei jroui ii i at S USED/ CARSWe ,.*4.4clr' Borrow up to $$600
UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT CHICKEN 4 1 DINNER... 99( Take up to 24 months to repay
COMPANY Will ? -
Pay, Top Dollar ALL YOU CAN (EAT T
- -
Now For Your Car In --
3312 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville Trade OPEN PAILi. HOUSEHOWFINANCE
c III 7 lt Fla. On Now Or Good Used Car. CHURCH OF CHRIST CAN! YOU 11:30: A.M.TO 10 P.M. We Make a
5223 Wesconett Blvd. TAKE( YOUR CAR% 4 Specialty of
Phone: 3981581h See Us Soon. Near NAS% \WITH\ YOU( ? _
Just for financing And 'Insurance L ET's' : CATFISH
Off Timuauana Rd.
Stateside And Overseas. (Call: .
ROBERTS CHEVROLET SUNDAYS: DYER M. BURRGovernment w r"F iT F CHICKEN OYSTERS 25 West Forsyth_Sf.-Phone: 355-9683
10:00: A.M.\ Bible Study representing: 'wl.l____ S STEAKS
Cedar Hills Center
J" Employees S RED SNAPPER Shopping
AND 11:00: A.M. Worship .
OLDSMOBILE 6:00 j--rJ.-'i: TAKE.OUT SERVICI 3734 Blanding_Blvd.-SPring 1-4581
, : P.M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS Finance Corporation BANQUET SERVICE1ITCI4W
"h Green Cove : 'and ** S BUSINESS MEN'S. 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 3984541Ask
Springs,, Florida International Service LUNCH .. ..
: i PH. 7:10: P.M.\ Mid\ -Week'Service about*ur twitlng h.ur"
Insurance Company
Minister Phone SP 1-2646 -5.15( Timuguana Rd. 77I-OS27()) _:
w J'


Page 10 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURWEK ecember 16, 1965r

'\9; ;<\\10 '

;; .. ...;;.. ;. 1 1go. CPO Club To r;
Women's SideOftheStory
Host Children At

Christmas PartyThe !

NAS Jacksonville Chief By Shirt ConoughtonPopeye's
Petty Officers' Club will hold
its annual Christmas party for
more than 50 Jacksonville area Best PalEd
L children Saturday at the CPO ;
Club. I
ref The festivities will begin at
11 p.m. at the Club, Building McCullers born and bred in time just before we go on the air.I .
etM 593 in the NATTC area. A Jacksonville is a man with a story feel without exception that all :
traditional Christmas dinner will of happiness and success. Ed children are good away from i
I be served the CPO guests before attended Andrew Jackson High, home and I never have any I
the arrival of Santa Claus. had two years of college, was a trouble." I
T St. Nick has chosen to arriveat Navy corpsman and is now mar- Recently at a school carnivalI I
% : the Club in a helicopter pro- ried to a lovely blond, the fatherof saw "Skipper Ed" inundated i
\ ., ,,*:. vided by the Naval Air Reserve a baby daughter three months with children of all shapes and ;
sizes. When I asked him about :
Training Unit. A magician will old.Good
<' .. a rR -r' provide entertainment for the natured, easy going Ed is this he said, "I 1 love it; it's ,
I ,( '" \ ,tf '(t-'t !W.Ju. children during the Christmas intensly interested in television sort ,of like being Santa Claus. :
... \ 1t" t. .i. .x '
w meal. from the present problems to the In big crowds like that I am always ;
THE CPO CLUB "PAK" STORE. .A new packaao store After dinner the children will fascinating future of specialized afraid that the little ones t
has been opened In the HAS Jax Chief Petty Officer s Club, open their gifts of toys and clo- programming. He is soft spoken, will be hurt and I do think that ;
building 593, In the HATTC This modern addition thing. The party for the child- well liked by man, woman and this kind of a show carries a lot
child. On the Ed" of with it. If
ren who come from foster homes "Skipper responsibility you ;
to the club has open shelves, stocking a wide variety of beverages in the Jacksonville area is spon- show his insight to the world of use poor English the kids'can f
'r and refreshments and also has a walk-in/ cooler available sored by the CPO Club Advisory little people is a gift he skill- always try to give the excuse that i
to provide cold drinks./ The "pak" store salesman, Group which represents all the fully employs. Ed says, "Some they heard it on T. V. on .
"Mac", Is shown here assisting two CPOs in their Christmas chief petty officers on the Naval children are deathly afraid of the Skipper Ed. It is not good for
cheer selections. Air Station. cameras and the show,but I never public relations"
President of the Advisory draw attention to this child or Mr. McCullers is undoubtedlyone
Group is Master Chief K.H.Cole- embarrass him. Instead, I talkto of the nicest persons you
Ladies of Unit 91 Hold all the children around him could ever have the pleasure of
man.Motor cycle transportation to and gradually the child wants to meeting and all who know him
Business Social Affair and from the Naval Air Stationis join in the fun. Sometimes if one want this "nice guy" to' have
being provided through the particular child istooexhuberantI success.So .
of the Jacksonville look for something nice about
Unit 91, Ladies Au xillaryof the planked a card party to be heldat Coach courtesy Company. him then talk to him about it. in closing, Skipper Ed and I
Fleet Reserve Association com- the home of Paula F. Milleron They try to live up to the praiseand both would like to wish you all a
bined business with pleasure at Wednesday, Jan. 26, at 8 p.m. everything works out fine. very Merry Christmas and a

their December.regular During monthly the meeting business in Business over, the 'members Give U. S. This is all during the warm up Happy, Happy New Year!

session the members voted to deliver exchanged ,gifts and were served
a basket to a needy familyat refreshments by Mrs. Frank Saving Bonds
Christmas, gave a donationto Lodesky and Mrs.Harvey Miller,

the National President's pro- from a table decorated with For
ject "Eyes for the Blind", reported Christmas colors and centered x
on the sale s of perfume, with poinsettia and red candles. Christmas
(a project now completed) and




Notes Of Interest

WAS Cecil Field/ /
aRMAr A'ppp !i VFP6'2 The officers wives of the by Mrs. Anthony Feher and Mrs.
? .. Fighting Photo Squadron once Robert Frosio. The decorationswere
again will have a ward Christmas so unusual and very pro-
I i j ___ party for the patients at the Naval fessional in appearance.THE .
S ; :::r 3 ff Air Station Hospital. The
will be December 21st in the CECIL FIELD OFFICERS
t4\s afternoon under the direction of WIVES CLUB WILL HOLD THEIR
:< Mrs. D. M. Bronk. Entertainment JANUARY LUNCHEON ON THE
refreshments and favors TENTH OF THE MONTH AT THE
will be given to the patients. Mrs.J. ORF. AT THAT TIME COUNTY
W. Reed is the co-chairman. JUVENILE JUDGE LAMAR
VA-12 The officers wives of VA- WINEGEART WILL BE TIlE
12 met at the home of Mrs. Lee SPEAKER.
Cargill Friday December 10thto
make Christmas food gifts for
the patients on the contagious disease HAS Jacksonville
wards at the Naval Hospital.
NARTU December15th
The Cecil Field Officers Wives
the officers wives attendeda
Club held their annual Christmas
Christmas coffee at the home of
Cocktail party Saturday, Decem-
Mrs. Thomas Edwards in
ber 11th, at the ORF. The beau- Orange
tiful Park. Gifts were exchanged in
magnolia wreaths were made
keeping with the holiday theme.
Last night the officers and

:'\ Open under new management their ladies attended n "HoHo,
. ;- S Ho, Holiday Gathering" at the
JET N. A. S. Officers Club Patio.

A Christmas Beauty Salon

f of
the spirit of Christmas remain in all men's local navy father crimsoned
with frustration at his inabilityto
hearts so that hope and peace and love shall prevail teach his twenty-two month old
$10.00 Woe son basic colors -- and paled at
over our land and all other lands on earth. $9.00 his recent failure to get Santa

S .}-' $12.50 Wore $11.50 across.

/Ill' Next day, at least partial success -
$15.00 Were $13.50
became when the
ll'll'I ,_. apparent
1 -/".. II'E. .', Shampoo & Set $2.50 toddler pointed to a picture of
:i tj Hair Cut $1.50 the jolly round man with the bushy
Board of Directors Committees and Staff
t white beard
.. and red suit on,
1 Tues., Ted, Thurs. ONLY

JAX NAVY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Emily LaRue looked up in wonderment, and
proudly announced discovery ofa
Open evenings by Appt. "red daddy."


. .- :,.; ." :i1
'- '

MoviesJvlovies I Club SchedulesCECIL I

will be shown regul-

arly at 7 p.m., Monday through BIt.II_
Saturday. NATTC will have two FIELD EM CLUB-Tonight Tickets go on sale today for
feature times, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., is game night.bingo will be played the "Welcome 1966" New : : ; :
on Saturdays and Sundays. The starting at 8 p.m. Friday Year's Eve Party scheduledfor
hospital will have on e featureon dance to the music of Perry and the Chief's club. Due to
Sunday at 7 p.m. the Tunesters. Sunday music the limited seating capacity Ads should be moiled to the Holt Publishing Company,
Cecil ,Field will have 2 shows for dancingby Mark Castle. Mon- reservations and tables will 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville Florida 32208 to arrive not
during the week at 5:30 and 8 day, Tuesday, Wednesday and be given with the ticket pur- later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
p.m. Matinees will be shown on Friday "happy hour" from 5 chase. Plan now to attend this Ads arriving too late (for this deadline will be published the
weekends at 2 p.m. with the even- till 6 p.m.CECIL gala evening with the music of following week unless the publisher is Instructed otherwise.
Ing show at 7 p.m.. Phil A check or order for the
. . Cay. money cost of' the ad must be
Thursday, Dec. 16 received WITH the copy for the ad.

NAS The Sandpiper Eliz- Is dance night, music by prise ACE band DUCEY will CLUB be featured- A sur- RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .$2.00
Richard Castle
abeth Taylor, Burton Lobster dinner for at Per
line ((4 words per line). . .0.50
NATTC Fluffy Tony Ran- $2.25 or a 16 oz.T-bone for$1.75. the club tomorrow night with
dall, Shirley Jones Saturday music by the Spot- "The Group" on Saturday, and
Hospital Becket Richard lighters. "Chicken Special" 1/2 Phil Cay on Sunday. Mark Castle -
Burton, Peter O'Toole fried chicken for $1.00. Sunday will provide the dancing musicon CUSTOM BUILT FHA or VA HOMES SALE RENT
C. Field Truth About Spring- menu will be Filet MIgnon $1.90, the 23rd with no band slated ORANGE PARK ACCREDIT- .Some no dn, Many $0 $100
Hayley Mills, John Mills or baked ham .850. Monday for Dec. 24. The club will be ED SCHOOLS 3BR &4BRHOMES dn. No closing costs,New homes,
Package store and galley are closed on Christmas Day but will Bit-in Kits. Panel Dens wfireAll the X-TRAS, Family Rm,
Friday, Dec. 17 closed. feature the music of the Holidays places; Priced from $18500 thru Fenced yd., built In R0.;

NAS Father Goose Cary . on the 26th. Charlie Jay $24,500. Dwn pmts $100 thru You name it. TIMMERMAN
. .
Grant, Leslie Caron will start the new year on Jan. $1900 incl. closing costs. Virginia RLTY, BRKR 771 2792 and
NATTC The Sandpiper "0" CLUB This Friday night 1, with the Moonlighters on the E. Bell Real Estate, 1929 771. 1861.
Elizabeth TaylorR1chardBunon the John Arnold "4" will play for 2nd. Hwy 17, Orange Park 264-2488
Hospital Fluffy Tony Ran- :ar 356-2462 "-
your dancing pleasure withJohnnie SELL RENT BUY-TRADE*
dall, Shirley JonesC. Jellnek
on Saturday. Tuesday ;
Field Yellow Rolls Royce- is foreign dish night featuring Mark Castle will provide the CHOICE 2, 3,4 BR homes' $100
CHRISTMAS GIFTS I SEWING dwn,. no clos costs. Fast Move-
music for
Harrison MacLalne New
Rex Shirley gourmet treats from France. The gala Year's
MACHINES SINGERS $20 $40 in. Tell
Eve us your needs. DUKE
Saturday, Dec. 78 club will be closed the afternoonof per person party. Tickets and include are $2.50 the $80, terms A 1 Sewing Machine LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771 0374.
Dec. 24 and all day on the Exchange Inc. 1606 Main
NAS CaptainNewmanM.D.Gregory .- 25th. Foreign dish night on Dec. price of favors,and buffet din St. Jacksonville, Florida FREE
Peck Angle Dickinson 28th will feature gourmet treats ner. PARKING
NATTC Father GooseGre- from Mexico. Patrons wishing to POODLE CLIPPING: ProCessional -
gory Peck, Leslie Caron attend the Gator Bowl game on the training by New York
Hospital The Sandpiper 31st of Dec. may purchase their BLUEJACKETS INN MARCH 35 YEAR OLD' MILITARY School of Dog Grooming 771 -
Elizabeth Richard Burton Wilson is schedules to appear at 0215
Taylor, tickets now at the main desk of COMPANY has
C. Field Becket Richard the club. There will be a brunchat the club tonight. The dance position
bands for the 17th and 18th have retired Officer or CPO inJaxMa.yport
Burton, Peter O'Toole, 10:30: a.m. with the busses
not been announced but March areas. Maxiumeli-:
Sunday, Dec. 19 leaving at 12:15 a.m. Wilson will return to play on the gible age 50. Send brief 2BR APARTMENTS: Orange

NAS The Millionairess 19th. Carl Boyd will be featured resume and avallibility date to Park, very nice, furn or un-
fume 264-6884
Regional Director, POBox
Peter Sellers, Sophia Loren on the 23rd with no band
The New Year's Eve 13177, Orlando Fla. 32809
NATTC Captain Newman, M. partyat slated for Dec. 24th. Entertainment -
the O Club will featurethe
Christmas night will
D. Gregory Peck, Angie Dick-
inson music of Charlie Jay. feature the Phil Cay Band and FOR SALE: Redecor,; BR home,
Tickets are by reservation Show with the same group returning $100 dwn. $55 mo. ORANGE
Father Goose -
only and are on sale now at the following night. Dec. : REALTYBKRS,264.6144
Cary Grant, Leslie CaronC. the club. All reservationsmust 30th will have Jimmy Stricklandand furn, clean 2 BR home, ele kit,
Field Fluffy Tony Ran-
water furn, fnced back yd, 1417
be made in person. Costis his TV Band, with Carl
dall, Shirley Jones
$11 per couple which includes Boyd on New Year's Eve. Starting Manotak, 389-4035 $75 month. SEWING AUTOMATIC
Monday, Dec. 20 the prime ribs of beef off the new year' on Jan. 1 CONSOLE MODEL

NAS JTie Reward Max dinner. will be Phil Cay Band and Show Zig Zag Sewing machine, bal.
VonSydow, 'Yvette Mimeux with Jimmy Strickland returningJan. CARSWELL APT: 2864" OLGA $61 or assume $8 monthly pay-
NATTC The Millionairess 2.USO. PLACE, Phone Mrs. Carswell ments, call 353 1946 anytime
Peter Sellers, Sophia Loren 3843698. Lower all electric will deliver. No obligations.
Hospital Captain Newman, CPO CLUB Dancing this Friday . . 4 rm furn apt, Upper all elect-
M. D. Gregory Peck, Angie night will be to the Bud ric 4 rm furn apt. Reasonable 5 MIN-NAS-GAR APT. Util.
DickinsonC. Clark Trio. The club will hold NOTES, 318 North Ocean adj to NAS space heater, also Incl. air cond. $60. Ideal
Field The Sandpiper their Christmas Party for under- Street Special events for the open fireplace. for single adult. .384-6288

Elizabeth Taylor,Richard Burton privileged children on Saturday holiday season Include a free
afternoon. The music of Sam Christmas Buffet,Dec.25,courtesy FURN UNFURN: $65-75 FURN EFFEC APTS. 1 or 2
Tuesday, Dec. 21 Ross will be featured that night. of the Salvation Army Div- cer mo. nat gas. 7719007STUDIO adults 557 Oak St. $11 wk i
NAS isional Hdqt. of Florida. Spe-
Old Yellar Dorothy
McGuIre, Fess Parker . . cial entertainment will be featured APT for 1 adult only, 1964 Vespa. 90 Motor Scoot-
NATTC The Reward Max along with Christmas tree in Ortega, $90 mo. includ linens, er excell cond. low milage
VonSydow, Yvette Mimeux Tuesdays at the club are Pizza and presents, and 2 free phone 354-4903 silver, dishes util, phone call extras, good buy for xmas. 771-
Hospital The Millionairess Night. The club will be closed calls home. The USO will havea or 388-9886 9001.
Peter Sellers, Sophia LorenC. Christmas Day and no band is New Year's Eve Party on
Field Father Goose slated for Friday night. Dec. 31 from 8 till midnight. FORD MERCUR'YOUR

Cary Grant, Leslie Caron
Wednesday, Dec. 22
NAS Dear Bridgitte James NOW OPEN

Hospital The Reward Max / PERSONAL/ZED/ SALES <55Eyce /?-
VonSydow, Yvette MimeuxC. FurnishingsKelvlnator Appliances / VV/TW/ ,..ypcpVENENCE( / / ; /NMNO
Field Captain Newman, / :
M. D. Gregory Peck, Angie

Thursday, Dec. 23 Ford Motorama Inc.Hy
NAS Apache Rifles Audie .

Murphy NATTC! Linda- Dear Lawson Bridgitte 6263 ROOSEVELT BLVD. BY ST. JOHNS MOBILE HOMES 17 Green Cove Springs, Flo.

James Stewart, Glynnis Johns Phone 244-2443
Hospital Old Yellar Doro-
thy McGuire, Fess ParkerC.
Field The Millionairess We Service MERCURY

Peter Sellers, Sophia Loren EY' COMET

Friday, Dec. 24 -Aft D [ iJTi, What CAL/ENTE CYCLONE/

NAS First Men on the Moon We Sell
Edward Judd, Martha Hyer LOUNGE & PACKAGE STOREGO
NATTC Apache Rifles Audie
Murphy, Linda Lawson Financing Handled 1 In

Hospital Dear Bridgitte GO DISCOTHEQUEI
Minutes In Our
James Stewart, Glynnis JohnsC. Dealers I !

Field The Reward Max DANCING UNTIL 2 AM

VonSydow, Yvette Mimeux Before You Take Anyone's Deal 1 See
Saturday, Dec. 25 LADIES NIGHT EACH
NAS Boy Ten Feet Tall -
E. G. Robinson Constance Cummings MIXED DRINKS FOR LADIES
HALF PRICE Ford Motorama Inc

NATTC First Men on the 3909 BLANDING/ BLVD.
Moon Edward Judd, Martha
Hospital Apache
For have installed
your convene.e we Q
Audie Murphy, Linda LawsonC.
Field Old Yellar r


rugllr'.J _.. .... ,
J"' MJlV "u1r'r' "uuruu.;" ""m. .v -- ,

"tVti "
,' ,

"Y i': S JAX MARINES i'w-y I

t'ysgt. Joel Ferguson ,
FXT. 400

I r i irr thousand seven hundredand sergeant board on April 1.
eighty eight Marine ser- All promotions will be temp-
+ geants have been selected for orary. They will be projectedto
promotion to the rank of staff fill Fiscal Year 1967 require-
sergeant, according to Headquarters ments.
Marine Corps.Headquarters Marines who previously have
also announcedthat been selected for temporary war-
2000 of the new staff serg- rant officer under the temporary
eants would be promoted on January appointment program will also
1, 1966, with pay and allowances be considered for promotion in 127 MISSIONSGySgt. Raymond -
accruing from that date. their, permanent grade if other- E. Baldridge veteranof
Dates of rank will vary. The wise eligible. Those promotedto
the Korean War and two
first 500 in precedence will have gunnery sergeant and above
October 1, 1965 as a date of will be required to serve a minimum tours In Viet Nam, was awarded .
k rank, the next 500 November of two years on active duty a gold star In lieu
1, 1965; the next 500 December from the effective date of pro- of his fifth Air Medal last
1, 1965; and the remaining motion prior to transfer to the week for participating in 127
j, 500; January 1,1965. Fleet Marine Corps Reserve. flight/ missions against the

t I Remaining selectees will be Education Report enemy Viet Cong In Viet
: promoted as vacancies occur.In .
'-' addition, 6 sergeant majors, SSgt. Gene C. Kamplain com- Nam.
39 master gunnery sergeants and pleted the MCI course entitled Dec. 10. LCpl. James E. Din-
247 master sergeants will receive "Tactics of The Marine Rifle cher extended one year ,Dec.
their appointments in January Squad. Cpl. William P. Vac- 7 In order to serve with Marine
1966. Effective date of ca passed the USAFI Comprehensive forces in Vietnam.
promotion and date of rank will College Test.
MARINE PROMOTIONS. .Major/ R. H. 'Searle, commanding be January 1, 1966. Cause
officer of the NAS Cecil Field/ Marine Barracks congratulatesP. Aviation Detachment sergeants Model/ Meet
H. McCoy on his recent promotion to Sgt. Four other Mar. selected for staff sergeants are: The following letter,published
Ines warrented advancement last Thursday, they are; J. H. Fountain, Carl W. The National Model Airplane recently in the daily newspaperat
Wilson (front row) to 'Sgt., (back row left to right) D. L. W//// AO Troop Handler Meet which was hosted byChief, St. Augstine, Fla.. was for-
warded reader who
Lashua Andrew by thoughtit
J., a
Naval Air Reserve Training and
mont to PFC, D. P. DeCosta to PFC and H. R. Wesp to Sgt. AE Instructor NAS Willow Grove, Pa., for the worthy of reproduction in this

Meeneke, Theodore R., Navy at NAS Willow Grove in column. We thought so too:
AE Instructor July, is scheduled to be featuredin
Parsons, Charles A., a half hour color seg- Thanksgiving Day
AE (B) Student ment of NBC TV'S sports Republic of Viet Nam
WNDA 1 Patrick, James A. in action program Christmasday. Dear Sir: -
AE Instructor Consult local stations for It is Thanksgiving Day in Viet
Polischeck.JohnJ., schedules. Nam. It is not unlike other daysin
$ $ MFC Instructor Viet Nam; it rained and' was
$25 to$ $600 Scott, James H., CMC MeetingA hot. However, we had a very
AE ((8)) Student good dinner with turkey and all
ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONl Seiders, Richard W., Christmas message from the trimmings. Even thoughthe
Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us AE (B) Student Gen. Wallace M. Greene, Jr., chow line took over an hourto
how much you want. Pick up the cash at your Soderllng Jerry M., Commandant of the MarineCorpsto get through, it was well
MFC Troop Handler worth the wait.
convenience. Same-day service. Jacksonville area Marines,
Stallard, James E., was received last week. We are also thankful for our
24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN AE Instructor "To all Marines and their families half day off, time for letters,
Stubblefield, James A., ," the Commandant wrote, sleep cleaning our rifles and just
You Get Mo. Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt. Detachment Training "I extend the warmest wishes "taking it easy."
Summers, BenjaminAOB for a joyous Christmas and a We sit here thinking of our
$ 84.33 $ 5.00 $355.79 s 21.00 ) School Student fruitful New Year. To manyof family, the girl waiting, our
151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 Staff Boards you this joy is dimmed by friends and the Gator Bowl Game.
219.27 13.00 SOO.51 29.00 separation from home and loved It's also hard to stop thinkingof
286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39 Details on three early Staff ones, but I ask you to find con- the hungry Vietnamese child-
iI. Non Commissioned Officer selection solation in the fact that your ren who don't get in a month,
boards scheduled begin courage and self sacrifice, the food we ate at lunch today.
payment include interest. next month, will be announcedsoon freely offered in the true spiritof The little Vietnamese paper
DIALT by Headquarters Marina Christmas, is bringing others boy (whose life ambition is to
ecw Corps, which has released con- the greatest earthly gift of all -- become, a U. S. Marine) was as
oai vening dates and a limited amountof the gift of Freedom. omni present as reville, by

241 West For.ylh St. Dial 356-0735 information.A our mess tent selling the Saigon
Marine Corps Bulletin, Cecil News Post. He is' learning English
5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 stating objectives of the boards quickly and I dare' say speaks
will be mailed to commands From our correspondent at better than some Americans.
shortly. Marine Barracks, Cecil Field, There was an article in the
The board to select Marinesfor we received the following wordon paper with bearded,sandal footed
promotion to Sergeant Ma- personnel changes: Promotedto demonstrators, protesting our
jor Master Gunnery Sergeant, sergeant on Dec. 1, were being here. As I was payingmy
First Sergeant, and Master Sergeant Patrick H. McCoy, Harold R. ten piasters for the morn-
is scheduled to conveneon West and James H. Wilson. Dav- ing paper he pointed to the pic-
r1 January 21, the board of id L. Wilmott was promoted to ture and asked, "I no understand.
BOTH to select new gunnery serg- pfc. on Dec. 1 and Milus R. They free like you, yes?" I
RUN! eants on March 25, and the staff Ross received his Pfc.warrant on answered that all Americans are
free. Then with the
You'll simply
swear your er !was su- """""" -
I pure wisdom of a child, hesald,
y ,, skin Is CRAWLING! 'Why they not like me? VC
111 kill my parents VC number ten,
ALL NEWI I number one. I want to be
i'' "' free like you. They not American -
like you American, Marine.
1 Number one,, they number ten."
4'r As I_ walked back through the
y rain to my tent, I. couldn't stop
o thinking what a demonstratorwould
51 4 have'told this child.If .
1 they.,ire looking for a cause,
our paper boy is one a damn
ad good one.

L/Cpl John Gasko,
&k :,;,? NOW USCMAt


i a.. sl Doors a cafe 2 disgusted husbandswere

t k Open MASTEROF their wives.having a discussion about

"What do you mean" askedone
; "that you have to think twice
NEW SERGEANTS Seven Aviation Detachment Marines before you leave your wife alone
beam vith pleasure and high hopes upon being promoted to nights?"

,sergeants here last week. They are, from left, Darrell W. Car. "First," he replied glumly,
penter, John H. Kangas, Jerome L. Webster, William R. "I have to think up a reason for
41-i :: Thompson, Leo L. Estes, James F. Pike, and Howard R. going out. And then I have to
: ._ :;; ;! I'j.!!:t(11'1'II(' [ I(Ij 1( ] Nichols. think up why she can't go with
me!I" Popular Jokes.

yyy.M.vr.- _

Back Under Control I After Final

NAS Jax-NAS Cecil ATC Softball GameLast

Friday, In better than to overcome a 12 run deficit after from the bench, "Get your hits with a fresh cigar garnishing a GAME HIGHLIGHTS Lcdr.
VFR weather conditions, the Air the first tw (Innings. now, if this cat gets his con- winning grin. McElhiney, not suited for the
Traffic Division at NAS Cecil Boyer, v started the game trol we'll be off course." Jax hitting was powered by game, giving dugout assistanceto
hosted the Air Traffic Division> for the Cecil team left the game Coach Gaston called on his home runs from Lt. Tatpale and coach Gaston. outstanding
from NAS Jax in the final gameof after completing one and one- bullpen for relief artist Lt. Mc- Lurch, without the assistance of officiating by Burchill and
the '65 softball season. third innings he was one Cauley, who went the rest of the an afterburner. Guinlan was Berry. A nice try for a catch
controller with a control pro- distance for the Marauders. Cecil's heavy hitter with a tri by Marie Sands she threw up
Gibson's "Ivey Leaguers",representing blem. "Hamburger" VIckers went ple.Coach her hands and screamed .
the NAS Jax con- the route for the Leaguers. Vick- Gaston commented after
trollers proved, to have a little While Boyer was trying to pitch ers started the fourth inning the game that Cmdr. Oibson A brief touch football game that
more control of the pitching, his way out of trouble the lea- surer than a pilot on a GCA turned in a fine performance in ended in a tie Jax swept
hitting and fielding In the game guers coach Mike Starnes shouted approach as he took the mound the field as he made two "Ster- the day's competition by winningthe
with McElhinney's "Mauraders"! ling" catches. But coach Gaston horseshoe match 5 3 .
from the Master Jet Based : added that the commander would
: : have to improve his hitting during
;i 1 the spring training session, "He And finally the softball game
The Marauders, under the NAVY SPORTS was so anxious to hit the ball ended with a 20 2 score and
direction and sometimes coach- : : )\\ \ that he couldn't wait for it everything back under
\ to was con-
... ... ....... ...... : : ; : .
unable :.:.:.;. :..... : :: : : : "
ing of Curly Gaston, were ::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::sSit :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.'::';" ..':'.'.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::' reach the plate. trol until next spring.

NAS Jax Host t g y V Touch Football To Be 6ND Sport '
tr+ Ap fe
W 'f a rs
Swim Meet Sat
Touch football will be played as a Sixth Naval District sport
Hie Navy Jax Swim Team, next year for the first time in history.All .
composed of dependent boys and the final details on rules and dates for the tournament have
girls of military personnel: inthe not yet been confirned but is expected that all plans will be drawnup
Jacksonville complex, will play s sometime after the first of the year at district headquartersin
ho.st in a swim meet at the Indoor Charleston.
Pool thM; Saturday, Decem- It is anticipated that each command in the district will be usinga
ber .18, 1965. Swimmer representing uniform set of rules for the sport in 1966; previously each com-
the Platinum Coast Swim mand had been playing by its own rules.
Club of Patrick Air Force Base, Tenative site for the 1966 football tournament is NAS Jax.
the :t. Augustine Swim Club, the a ,., '
:300 Swim Club from Gainesville: ,
the Sa\'aunah $wim Club from Savannah :

Georgia, the Good hep- -Inlet Marina
herd Swim Team from Jackonille -

\ a:: well! a:<.. the host; team, AND BOATYARD
will participate.
The Navy Jax Swim Team, originally Now Fattory-Tralied Mercritser Service
f : formed In J 1962,is hooting UNDEFEATED AND NEW CHAMPS OF HAS JAX. .The
the meet Saturday as a warmupfor Communications team whipped through the final round of MERCURY SALES & SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTRAILERS

tie Third Annual Jax Navy touch football last week to finish with a perfect 15-0 record

Im itational 2U Meet'190G.to be held Coach on and the base championship by downing the NATTC Marines Vet & Dry Storage Marine \Uys
.January Chuck' J Pliiljip! ;, wlipl.
Safety Director for MAS Jax, i is T. Matts, B. Wallace/ D. Jackson, Lf. Mayden, E. Krnarck, U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH
confident Navy Jax will make a J. Tyler, and J. Holland; (back row, left to right) D. Stewart, ORANGE PARK PIIONF ml

fine showing in this meet. B. Stone, T. Cooksey, V. WMffen, R. Chambers, T. Clark,
The first race, a 100-yard and B. Sims.Comin.
medley relay for girls 8 years
old and under, will be called
Goes UndefeatedTo
promptly at 9:30 a.m. The meetis
last until Join America's most popular club
expected to approx-
Win NAS Jax Football CrownBowling
imately 2 p.m., al"X1all interested .
military and dependent personnelare
i invited and encouraged to The NAS Jax Communicationstouch For the last three years the
attend. football team Is getting Comm team has taken the station 'P
harder and harder to beat. Intramural League championship 1
but until this year the team was
Bowling Tourney Slated unable to win the base title.
I Then, last week, the story
Dec. 27The changed when Comm blanked the
For NAS lax Starting NATTC Marine representatives

NAS Jax 1st Annual Mil- will commence at !5p.m. 12-0 for undisputed possession : -
28th and of the base championship.To .
itary Holiday Bowling Tournament on the 27th and
(handicap singles) will be also the 29th, if necessary. All take the station champion-
held at the NAS bowling facilities entries must hold a cur rent ABC/ present NAS Sax in the base .: QIqristmas
offs Comm downed Com-
the 27th thru the 29th of WIBC card.Handicaps. play -
December. will be based on a Fairjax 9.7.Through .
Entrie for this ABC/WIBC mini num of 21 games or moreas
of Dec. :3rd. Failure to use the 15 game season,
sanctioned will close at
midnight Thursday event Dec. 16. the proper average or make a which ran from Sept. 7th to Dec. <(! tub
There will be a $3.00 entry fee correction prior to the time of 9th, the Comm team went unde-
bowling will result in disqualification feated., The teams offense rackedup
with $1.50 of the going
for prize money of the entry. All entries 400 points while the defense It's the smart way to prepay holiday expenses.All .

Military personnel: who cur- received without the $3 entry fee limited the opponents to 54. you do Is open a Christmas Club account

rently participate In one or more will not be :scheduled.The : for an amount you can most easily afford.
leagues at the NAS Jax Bowling bowling will consist of six
Pedestrian: A husband Then you save that amount each week
Center will be allotted one entry games over 3 pair of lanes with needed
think the family two
each. winners determined by total pins and, when the club pays off next November,
Atlas News.
with handicap. car* -. -- you receive your Christmas Club check.Be .
WESCONNETTFURNITURE COUPONROOSEVELT sure to join. you'll be glad you did.

Co. MALL ) B1U\NETT 1t z4t

5126 fettoaaett Complete Blvd at 103rd CAR WASH I IO NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE


New Furniture QSUNDAY8:30AM1:30PM c,=

including g THIS COUPON WORTH SOt OFF o Across From AdnlilstretloB lid,., HAS

Refrig. & Stove C.) On A Car Wash Any Day Except Wed.z Seeking Hours:

$350.00 EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY P Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM

New Adding Machines AUTO WAX APPLIED Friday: 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM
$125./ Below Wholesale FREE
.also/ Typewritersand WITH CAR WASHI Phone ExtiRsfoHS 8272 or 8273Everything


E sy Credit Terms COUPON


Both Nights:
., > ,

Patrick AFB Out Guns HAS 1 CecilThe

NMEMBER'S NAS Cecil Raiders had the After the losing weekend Cecil day guard William Reeves played
right theory on how to beat Pat- coach Richerson said that the with the use of only one arm;
rick Air Force Base over the Patrick team was one of the his left arm still bothered him
weekend, the trouble was they smoothest he has seen in mil- from an injury In intramuralplay.
just didn't have the guns to do it. itary basketball. As far as Marshall played only a
Last Friday the Raiders put sportsmanship goes, Richersonsaid few minutes on Saturday night
up half the shooting match in an that the Patrick team was before injuring his back.
effort to gun Patrick down, but second to none in this catagory.
they still couldn't stop 6-5 Rocket "We put up a good fight in This weekend the Raiders are
guard Glen Dobbs from buringthe both games," Richerson said, home against Sanford in a pairof
nets for 30 points and lead- "but our offense was hamperedby games. The first one starts
ing Patrick to a 74-71 win over injuries on both nights." Fri- Friday at 8 p.m.

Cecil. .... .
"' ':: !! j.Nooo':' """"
The Raider's forward Jim
i Marshall kept the Cecil team in
the game with steady outside
shooting. Marshall and Dobbs
kept their shooting duel going
for the entire game; Marshall
{ I: finished the night with 27 pointsto
>! lead the Raiders in scoring.
NAS Cecil jumped off to an
early lead and held onto it until
midway through the second half.
But in the closing minutes of play
OF THE WAS Jax Varsity Basketball Team for the taller Patrick team pulled
the 1965-66 season are: back row, Lf/g./ Jim Taylor VP-76, away from the Raiders as Dobbshit
.r AN. Cliff Ormsby VW-4, AG3 John Prince F/iWeoFoc/ MA3 the basket for 17 points in '''
Chuck Austin FICEUR, AG3 Bob Parker F/fWeoFoc/ bottom the second half. ". :ii 1.
row, ATR3 Lou Rada VP-30, YN2 Don Ondo VP-30: AN. Saturday the Patrick team got tt>:Jf?.:) t,:. :.
Roy Eaglin/ VP-16, PFC. Jim Robinson MAD-NATTC. Team, an easy 74-60 win as the Raiders t if f.: ">. threat after the .f" "
members in the photo HN. Fred Kl Hospital, and" were never a 'W'. <. '
not are: OK an opening minutes when Marshall ..%;,.,. 'i:
HM 1 Dick Marks Hospital.Northern injured his back in a collision. Y : J
Without their top scorer the ? ".
Raiders slipped to an 11 point Yr r.'1I : I ,, (1cj
Leaders HAS Jen half time deficit and couldn't :
close the gap in the second half. p

Hunter To Meet This WeekendThe Coach O. G.Richersonchanged
his tactics in Saturday's game and
put Billy Seay on Dobbs. The
NAS Jax Varsity Basket- they both scored 18 points. Klo
Cecil guard held his taller
ball team returned to NAS Jax
back Saturday with
man came
19 for the but
opponent to night
Saturday evening after'winning 31 points and Rada had 16. the Patrick had other
team some
both of their games at Robins The NAS Jax Varsity team goes shooters in the 14 point win.
AFB, 68-61 and 73-68. to Savannah, Georgia, for two Larry Moore and John Pietrowski
Fred Kloman was the man of games against Hunter AFB this
contributed 20 and 18 points to
the hour both Friday night and weekend. This promises to bea win..
Saturday afternoon as he dumpedin real good game as NAS Jax WAS Cecil center Floyd Catleh gets caught on the outside
49 points for the two games. Navy and Hunter AFB are tied Seay led the Raiders offense by Dick King and another Patrick Air Force player in a struggle -
Lou Rada of VP-30 tied Kloman for the lead in the Northern with 17 points, Rick Rhome was / for the ball in Friday night's game.
for the honors Friday night as Conference with 7-1 records. second with! :i.


? "The friendly place to shop"


SPECIALSSkipper ij : l --


Dream HouseAlso

for Skooter, Skipper's friend! Completely$
furnished. 444 i

REG $5.99 NOW

5 Transistor Portable Tape Recorder with finger-
tip pushbutton control, speed control and AC

plastic $1'I 10 99Chemistry 100% AMERICAN MADE adaptor jack

toy Makes- games most anything gifts 26"GIRLS R $5 9S Pack: batteries Microphone, earphone and

TRADE 'EM IN! Size : Ill/a"/ X 1l1/aX/31// / /."
Weight: 6 f Ibs.

Featuring Chemical Magic 6 Recording time : Half track 20 min.

Testing foods, Secret Inks COMPLETE STOCKOF Double track 40 min.

Fingerprinting REG. $7.99 JEETcJuujLruu.AMERICA'S Maximum reel size: 5" reel COMPLETE


THUNDER JET 500" MOTOR FAVORITE 6 Transistor Radio $ 4 66

: Road Race Set BICYCLE.Fully// Assembled

DOUBLE '8" RACING $1388 1 1G. KINGBICYCLE 5 Transistor Walkie Talkie $2777

$ LAYOUT H. 0. SCALE REG. $29.98 -

... Roosevelt Mall Store OnlyWOOLWOHTH'S

".E:.jiig,Out MONIY'I wont MNI A'

(. MURPHY (O 4.f23 ROOS. VECT E1t'VD, 3J7 4554

A ,.


, .-, - ." -

COLUMN LEFT 1965 Gator Bowl Will Set Record

JACKSONVILLE People stadium was increased to 14,000in plex it dominates is valued at
by Dave ColbyThe will noel to the Dec. 31 Gator 1929 and the big jump 36,000 around $20 million.
Bowl football game in record came in 1948. The complex includes the 9,000
numbersthankstoa$650,000 Two more additions in 1957 seat Jacksonville Coliseum and
question frequently arises, "Why doesn't the Navy field addition to the stadium.[ and 1960 hiked it to 50,000. The 7,000 seat Wolfson Baseball
football teams that 'play tackle on a local command level such as The GB game attendance record total value of the stadium is now Park home of the International
M at_ NAS Tax or Cecil? when $3 million and the sports com- League (AAA)Jacksonville Suns.
was set at 50,408
the questionthis The Rams
response to although in last
writer chatted with Tom place in the west ((4-9-0)) are hot homa Florida 36 State outscored Okla- NA'IC Doldli Be wllng>> Banquetof
McGriff, athletic director atNAS off a win over Cleveland last 19 last Jan. 2. The -

Cecil, last week. Sunday. The tough Ram defensive date enlarged 60,000 arena fans.will nowaccomo- NATTC's to keglers'the con- 708; W. Dunn, a member of
Tom estimated that it would line held Cleveland's Jimmy The north end zone of the queror AE"B"I/ 1 and the con- MAD # 9, for his High Game
cost around $210 dollars to uniform Brown to 20 yards In 13 carries. Gator Bowl "bowled in" quered gathered at the Blue- With Handicap with 279;and Phy-
was to
for an 11 man Los Angeles has now its Patsch member of Bldg.
a player won form a giant horseshoe that seats jacket Inn Tuesday night for a llis a
tackle team. Automatically the last three in a row defeating 51,000. The other 9,000 will be gala banquet celebrating the end /## 509, for her High Average for
response to this figure is that it Green Bay, St. Louis and Cleve- seated in the old South end zone of the fall Intramural Bowling Woman with 145.
is way out of line, equipment can land. Baltimore must win this Season. Howard Stewart,who raised his
and in field boxes that are
but when Mr. Mac speaks of one before even considering the port- Captain Thomas B. Ellison, average by 10 pins in 21 games,
putting a player on a football field possibility of revenge against able.The South stand was the orig- Commanding Officer of the train- received the coveted Most Im-
he means properly equipped to Cleveland.The inal stadium when it was builtin ing center, presented trophies to proved Bowler award a lapel
play four quarters of football Packers ((10-3-0)) Balt- 1926. It seated 8,000. The the top three teams and congrat- pin from the American Bowling
and survive the week's practice imore wins, must win their gameon ulated AE"B" # 1 for its ten- Congress. Phyllis Patsch was
sessions without injury. Sunday against San Francisco.If NAS acity and drive in winning the the Most Improved Woman Bowl
Any football coach will tell you the Green Bay team loses and lax league championship.[ AE"A" er. She raised her average by
that injury is one of the fore- Baltimore wins it will mean the # 1 was second while AE"B"I 10 pins in 21 games. For that
most problems he faces each Colts will represent the West. IIMf ScoresBASKETBALL #/ 2 ended the four month seasonin feat she received a lapel pin
season and the only way .\this Thus the Packers need the win to third place.In from the Women International
can be cut is through properly avoid a possible play off. Bowling Congress. Joyce Tink-
equipping the players for the If Green Bay and Baltimore SUPPLY, 44 VP-16, 36 addition Captain Ellison presented ler, a member of AEA /## 1,
sport and to have them in top both lose and Chicago ((9-4-0)) Hospital, 55 FAW-11, 43 trophies[ to Howard also received a trophy for her .
flight physical condition.To wins over Minnesota on Sunday VAP-62, 64 CommOffMess, 39 Stewart, a member of AE"A" Highest Set With Handicap Rolled
go further Tom figures thata then the Packers and Bears would 679th, 51 Marines,40 # 1, for his High Average of by Woman with 628.
team should carry a 40 man have to play for the conference VP-5, 62 NARTU, 51 178; M. McAllister, a member Members of NATTC's top
roster. A squad of this size representation.It's VW-4, 38 Dispensary, 33 AE"B" /## 2, for his High ScratchSet bowling team includes PatrickW.
would cost in the neighborhoodof going to be a long week- FltWeaFac, 55 FAW-11, 45 of 654; H. Bainbridge, a Baker, George E. La Croix,
$8,000 to field and this does end for the Browns and three Supply, 50 FAETU, 34 member of MAD # 5, for his High Daniel A. Hammer, James H.
not Include cleats, tape and other Western teams. Hospital, 65 VP-16,42 Game Scratch of 244; C. Smolin- Helton, Truman K. Hughes,
trainer needs. To throw these VP-30, 61 NARTU, 50 ski, a member of AE"B" /## 2, Charles J. Novak, Gary R.Webb,
figures plus the costs of six 679th, 50 VP-5, 36 for his High Set With Handicap and Kenneth G. Walton.
officials for each home game and ComFairJax, 46 Marines 41
the expense of up-keep on a field BOWLING
Mr. Mac comes up with an est- AERON "A", 2 Play Boys, 2 ( )
imate of $12,000 for a season of 3rd Crewman, 3 Needlers, 1 Rr
football. This figure may even NAMTG, 3 Eagles, 1 I( r6 OUT DINING ROOM
be a bit conservative.But Mad Foxes, 4 Splits 0
costs are Cannon Cockers3AERON; "B"l ;c;
lem . Touch football is a Cursors, 4 Flag Staffs, 0 ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI
fine intramural sport which is PRO'S, 3 Thunderheads, 1 .
played throughout the Navy. It NCO'S, 3 Cloak & Daggers, 1 ,:E./
doesn't require constant pract- Molarolas,3 Sky Warriors"B",1 ...-- .. "PIZZA.
icing and top flight players to J Spoilers, 2 Anchors, 2 ..
go out, play and win. Spartans, 3 Pizzans, 1 \ our specialty"In
Tackle football, as anyone who I ...4, Torch Pots, 4 Seabees, 0
has played it knows, takes hoursof .,'i\ ;c s Hard Hats, 2 Church Key, 2 the Heart of Cedar Hills
long work at blocking, timing, Ut 't. King Pins, 3 Lucky "7", 1
the rehearsing plays, conditioning Mix Masters, 3 Airmen, 1 FRANK DERICKSON
and all the other essentialsof Tipplers;3 Protroris, 1
a highly developed contact Nockers,2 Cutters, 2 3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771 0170Weitildo
game. Behind this planning and Mixers 4 Sky Warriors "A", 0
training is a qualified coach AOMD fl, 3 Doctors, 1
coaches cost money.On ... Air Frames, 3 Rejects, 1
a Naval Air Station such as r boq, 2 Neptunes, 2
Cecil Field or Sax the forgoing AFES, 4 Five Sharps, 0 W :1RJ CoM
becomes almost an impossibility. Warriors, 4 AERON "C", 0 PJ
Operational committments makeit Hurricanes, 3 FAPL, 1
impossible to say that 40 play- Supply BB Stackers 1 AT ..,
ers and a coaching staff will get CPO'S. Riggers, 0
together for at least '90 daysin Volklw..n, Inc.I .

ing four a football months team.to work at field- SPECIALIIIG Sire To See Us Before Yon By A Used VW

And lastly there is the problem -
of competition. Rather than BARN LUNCH
increase the number of service
football teams the trend in past BIGSTEAK 1966 Kombl, radio, 4700 act. mi. . .$1895
years has been to decrease;there 1963 Deluxe Sunroof Waicn . . .$1595
are few military installations 1962 Deluxe Sta. Wagon . . .$1295
ball.stateside that play tackle foot- i 1961 Std. Wagen . . . .$1095

D..ER $ 35 1964 Double Cabin Pick-up, R&II.$1595
The Cleveland Browns will be rrnTMOTORCYCLES 1962 Double Cabin Pick-up. tt&11..t,1295

in the NFL Championship game on (lithe ole 1964 Ford Pick-up, F-100, truck.$1195
Jan. 2. Professional football

fans will turn their attention on 1965 Ghia Coupe, R&II . . .$1995
the weekend Western to Conference determine just over who the ALL MODELS red barn 1963 Ghia Coupe, R&II . . .$1495, '

and where the Browns will be NOTHING DOWN 1963 Ghia Conv., R&II . . .$1600

playing in the title game. JVe Give Merchant Green Stamps 428 Highway 17 1965 VW Sedan. . . . . .$1795
The fate Chi-
of Baltimore and across from the dogtrack Fully equipped with air cond., demonstrator.
hinges what in OPEN 8A.M.-8 P.M.
the cago Green on happens ORANGE PARK 1965 VW Sedans, Exec. cars. . .$1895
Bay San Francisc.ogame MON. FRI.
Fully equipped, with air cond.
the Coast.
Sunday on West 8A.M.-6 P.M. SAT.
But before Baltimore (pre- 1 P.M..5P.M. SUN. EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS 1964 VW Sedans, Specials. . . .$1395
sently 9-3-1)) does any cheering 1963 VW Sedans. . . . .$1250
for the 49ers it must defeat the MOTORS & CYCLES 1962 VW Sedans . . . .$1095

Rams prove to on be Saturday.too much This of a may task 4949 Blanding Blvd. FnrRished.$65.00 1961 VW Sedan . . . . .$895

for the crippled and slipping PH 771-8244 1965 VW Sunroof, equipped . .$1650

Colts. Unfurnished $55.00 1964 1500-S Sedan . . . .$1795

Children Welcome ..
McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE Conveniently Locatedto 1150 So. Lane Ave.

downtown e Open 8.00 800,. Closed on Sun.volkswaGerfi.
NAS and Cecil



Naval Air station Office Naval station Office 3650 St. Johns Avenue r
60163 2990 Mayport Road
Jacksonville Phone Roosevelt 388-7676, Fla.Blvd.! Atlantic phone 249'5649 Beach. Fla. EV 4-6444 CO 4-9442 AUTHORIZED SALES & SERVICE 384.3441

) a

: .

.. '- .. 7' __' !IIi. ., ,.,

1M B as keib all Roundup HAS JAX ..............'...........:.:-:":;:

The Jets pulled from behind Jerry Boling led the Jets in Sport ShortsThe
last week in their game at NAS scoring with 15, Al Jones chipped
Cecil with VA-44 to take a 41- in 10 in the win. Table Tennis Associationof
40 win. The win moved the
Greater Jacksonville
will holda
Jets into second place with a table tennis tournament at the
2-0 record. VFP-62 went down in defeat NAS
gym bldg. 3, Friday Dec
Center Slim RUm Riley led for the first time this season 17, at 7 p.m.
the Jets in scoring with 12 last week when the "Boom-
points. The difference in the erangs" from VF 62 hoped
game cams in the fourth quar- "Fighting Photo" 71 58. The players for the table ten-
ter when the Jets, coached by Todd Good paced the losers nis association will be the top
Bill Vessell, held the Hornetsto with 23 points. players in Greater Jacksonville.
a lone point while the win- They will play eight single and '
ners closed in for the win. one double matches.All .
Last Thursday the Jets kick- VFP 62 suffered Its second
ed in the Afterburner to rome straight setback of the season of the players for the
to a 42 29 win over VA Monday when it ran head on intoa NAS team will be from the NAS
strong Marine Barracks team Intramural Table Tennis league .
34.Top scorer for the Jets was which downed "Fighting Photo" and will be represented by the
once again Riley with 10. He 72 36.The members of the different teams.
was followed closely by Billy loss left VFP at 3 2 .

Jones and Jerry Boling with ninea in league play. The representatives for the

piece. NAS team are, Ltjg. Bill Knowlton CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
WavellowllngLcdr. ; VP 16; Lcdr. Bill Over-
J Coach Vessell attributed a dorff, FAW 11; Ens. Loyd
large pan of the win to the Ralphs, Public Works; Al/c 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
playmaking Norm Hickle, the Dee Barrett rolled a James Lumby, 679th;A3/c.Law-
guard also kicked in eight points. 187 high game to take all three erence Colton, 679th; SN Chuck 65 CORVETTE . . . .53895
The win gave the Jets a 3 0 honors in the Dec. 6th kegler Zartman, Rec. Div.; AN Crady 327, speed, WSW, AM/FM radio, solid red
record for intramural play. action. High game plus handi- McDaniel Rec. Div. with white Interior, 9000 actual miles.
cap gave her a 195 total, anda
475 series for the night. 65 LEMANS 4 DR. SEDAN . . .52695
The Jets continued their win- Teams standings going into The NAS Intramural Bowling maroon, matching interior, 326, V-8, power
ning ways this week when they the Dec. 13th games (the last League season will be suspendedfrom steering, power brakes, R&H, air conditioning,
downed Weapons 45 40 for until Jan. 10)) are: Dec. 20, 1965 until Jan. auto/trans.
their fourth straight win. Misfits 38.13 -1 10, 1966. Roll offs will be ,
Weapons jumped off to an early Pin Busters 31 21 held the week of Jan. 24th. Any 64 /IMPALA SUPER SPORT CONY.$2395

8-2 lead and continued to set Legends 26 26 information on the Roll off auto/trans., V-8, power steering, power brakes,
the until the fourth Bowlerettes 25 26.1
pace quarter be obtained Ext.
can by calling
electric windows/ R&H blue white
Daytona ,
when the Jets pulled into the lead Free Loaders 18 34 585, or by stopping by the NAS
WSW like
and held on for the five point Top Poppers 17 35 gym Bldg. 3. top, new.

win. ___n__ 64 CADILLAC SPORTS'SEDAN DEV/LLE.54095/

DID YOU MISS OUR auto/trans., V-8, power steering, power brakes,
Turkey ShootAt electric windows, factory air, ivory over blue,

NAS CecilThe AD ON PAGE it? WSW, exceptionally clean.

Before You Take Anyone's Deal 64 IMPALA SPORT COUPE.$2095
NAS Cecil Rod and Gun
V 8 auto/trans. R&H. blue WSW
Daytona ex-
Club will sponsor a Turkey See tra clean.
Shoot tomorrow from noon
until dark at the recreationarea 64 MALIBU SUPER SPORT.$2195

next to the maingate on"D" V-8, auto/trans., R&H, power steering, air conditioning I
Ave. WSW, maroon with matching interior.
Costs of shooting is 75 centsa
round. The Rod and Gun 64 VW BUSDELUXE.$1895/

Club will supply the shotguns 4-speed trans., R&H, 3 seats, WSW.
t and shells.
standard trans. 6 cylinder R&H solid
AT LAST!! WSW. green,

Auto Liability 64 MONZA COUPE . . . .51695
1"lralCe'o 4-speed trans., R&H, dark blue, WSW.

63 Y ALl/AN T. . . . . .J995
AU Military Persoftne' 2-door, standard shift, 6 cylinder, heater, air
y'S MARITAL STATUS conditioned, solid white.

merIcan: INSURANCE 4-speed trans., 159 horse power, super charged
d it the. Intrr solid blue white WSW.
CAIISIWA",'AIII"/:ORIDAonnounc' nsurance with engine, R&H, top,
,.".i/fA t rRlrr Coneept I. Auto Uobilily
on exciting New 63 CORVAIR MONZA . . .5/395/
Proudly ehletloll of the... i .P 4-speed, R&H, black with black interior, WSW.


UNIFORM auto/trans., V-8, R&H full power, factory air
solid white, red interior, WSW.
THE $$\5.000. pt'riulde nt 63 FAIRLANE. . c. . . .5/295/

,""",1.1'... '' n.blllty.liability s 10500 per Homed. In..... occidentMedico 2-door, auto/trans., 6 cylinder, R&H, solid

Prope Dtpefl .stir 10.000 pet....../ $10.000 Per green, WSW.

Uelnsured dMotohi IMPALA/ SPORT SEDAN.$1895/

.. auto/trans., V-8, power steering, R&H, ivory
PLUS-MANY .. over red, WSW, extra, extra sharp.

Lew Monthly p o.y.melt.for plan monthly potmelt plan premlume I.other then nary Group"0"Class 62 THUNDERBIRD COUPE.$1895/

No la's't.cho utlncellotio uuto/trans., power steering, power brakes, electric -
N.Io'Limited! c provision All\ Coorog' R. windows, factory air, exceptionally
PAYMENTS You Con Financial ReePoquired .' clean car.
FOR SMALL MONTHLY nt 01 Detente and the State 01 62 RAMBLER WAGON AMBASSADOR. $1095/

by DeportmeeibiUth A..rlca.Eagl. auto/trans., V-8, power steering, R&H, air con-
Law.DISCOVER. al solid white low
ad.anlagOl ditioning, mileage.

for Yourself the Many the Coupon Maney 6 jaw 9 62 OLDS CONV.. . . . .5/495/

protection by Mailing AraericaNrr. auto/trans., V-8, power steering, power brakes,

II sure..first . R&H, solid white, red interior, one owner.
To Ie Sire.. r . r rINC.


., FIRST AMERICAN 518 Little River Station Mon.-Fri./ 830 A. M. 'til 9.00 P. M.
C P. O. Box Florid 33138 Concentiny, Auto Llei HOURS Sat.-8r30 A. M. 'til 8.00 P. M.
Miami 1./0..10. :
r WITHOUT oLIGATIONJ 0 en sum/oy. 72 noon '/;iI/ 6:00 P. M.SPECIAL .
.. .end M. Free r
.bilitylnsurenceTo: RMk rr


"''II..., "" ,,'..'Ion :

i :-' ,iIoo "" .ew
.. r
11- A nf1 ... FOR SERVICEMENCecil
.tale . .
" : ..-. . . .
rill r .Ct. r rrrrr.I
. A.rrr

Jf V



I from your Florida Friends

e and thePublisher'

I c nd----- ." /! :.. .. ...4lP:t Y "

I { )>:
- Staff of the It A\ ., 'k

. ?

I Jax Air News/ hr >,' }
A f/

I I A'fjerburner.c\ '.

4+d 'yi l t;: r

'_ .
; .
..,.. J, :\\W":::ki'r :.... 1,
,., r.,.",, ': \ ; Qt .: :
i .
:':. ,...... .. \. '.. '-''-':',. '
( ..:"..pp, ,::M" .\ <.,'-l'..: ':r .

... .. ,. ..

.. *IwA .
h .Y to i L r

t j a.Z ?

f Y ; ..

U'Y, gal


I Ck&i 1 1 L,+ I rA

We're brimming with good

wishes and thanks to all

our wonderful friends and the merriestof

all Holiday Greetings! To all our friends,

neighbors and associates.,
4857 Blanding Blvd I ('\1. '
ROBERTS CHEVROLETAND the most joyous of ,

: :. Christmases'and l th.e'Y/T: },:
happiest of New Years ''4: ''"
Cove Springs, Florida : !. > *_<

-: : WESTSIDE f8 i
Merry Cfaistmas' from

4328 BLANDING BLVD. At Harlow Blvd.
OPEN Fri. until B P.M. Member F.D.I.C.

r mmrffiCARS ._---_. _._ Q .


1037 HenJriclcs Ave

iL& :.'H4 r 1. yr 1 ,
: ZI ii

rr, !

La ti / -

1 w ,
r .w-1I f e a
y-V% 'prAn! : } f
J *tf<
t11tAt: 1 s i
1 M 1 -- -
w /
,: s,'

j?* iv

74._ q
r / 1 L l :
1 r
'4tJYL:! }'Y:: M 'W \

''; +'8

>' 11 :

>r r


WESTSIDE I (}Therr oi'

VOLKSWAGENINC. /4 y tI.z1nias

DIALrsanc& e

7750 So. Lane Ave. r 241 West Forsyth St. Loans Dial 356-0735
/ 5256 Beach Boulevard $25 to $600 Dial 359-2895

-- -

rr II.. 'AA -. ogj -
-TiTI I 1

1tQJ1 !! "

1 #

yf .

., S'&i ;i, iwy .....,. of
I' ..I.i
hIt. w
.. k42Pi f.r.. a I .
.;' ,
-: \ .
; 1))5i)) -
fY I
: JBAB.id ,\J'I'"...., BIG ,'CHIEF' 5444 I i
\ '
; : ; 6201
TIR'_ CO.. 2809 M /
--- -- I

.- 'to
; *

E .ir..i? z4t 0 i


, ..MERRY__w.ra.-m.; -m WfiJi Wfji Kf4(IflJiWfX


Greetings of the _,,_ e
Season to all! 0 0
0 0 rq
: 4 0 0
Roosevelt Mall .

Car Washin

the Roosevelt/
Mall//'Shopping Center all ..
from all
.'" .........................-. .+ art.
of us to all of you a

t w id ,:..>>.,"",\'- \'":' : +ft 1 JOYOUS J im !

'1 I I ( \iiSL';!! 1 .i i: : .: :
t L.LL-' : HOME/ : : :
South on Blanding Blvd. (Hwy. # )

1 ...-..
B .... -, 'W .

withflJedt t.

Ofldhed 't

fob tiIo feaion ...and our heartfelt IL I ON
gratitude for your kind ...
ct2v2dce1eei I friendship and
patronage during the year


:y j a M. .--...,...... PACKAGE STORE .,
& PONTIAC 3909 Blanding
,_4.Q.. IIft ira ..

__._._._._._._._._._._._._._._.__._._. _____._.__. .__.___ ___0

r #

;K .
: >UA.VV\;

Financing And Insurance
5615 Timuquona Rd.

r .r '

q4 q : ,tg:
.. ;sk:
r + v r aRSt'

ALA ;. 7VQ.r'


t wty.1F

CkWtL Wi&k t
s'k'> tu'
," from us to you. for
f ,1 ;
your happiness duringthe
holiday season '
may a sleighful of all .
good things be yours I.

WMOOtU1RJitFt ; jr :

7 ; __
Mt 'E _

703rd Sf. and
Wesconnetf B/vd./

r. ra'.,r : gK

iJ. ;w


: :i

-HOPJjH[! _

Here's hoping Santa j
brings you and your j
'.. family everything I i iyou've 4' ..
hoped for at ,
j :.' -: .
ChristmastimelfRENCH'S I :


6357 103rd St.NOEL.

.i .

":- ':, ;:....
w rs :: : :
1 r i ti

With every good wish :for
e l ._ .
e)2 r "
-- happiness this Christmas
,.,, your

I (. (.i: A't/4:: o season and a hearty "Thank.' You"

( )-5 for your loyal\ and friendly

patronage throughout the past year

.'I .
o ir s Cedar Hills

ItiItNatiha RiversideChevrolet


Orange Park, Fla./
\ 1C 1C te: I4I ICteI: ICteUICte.teICte: : te: tCtetC: ICICIC-