Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 13, 1962
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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VAdm. Goldthwaite Named CFJ V


RAdm. Carson RetiresVice

Admiral Robert Francisco, Calif., and will volun- monies to be held on board the t tlyf
Goldthwaite has been picked by the tarily drop in rank to rear admiralin aircraft carrier USS Shan rl La
Navy to succeed Rear Admiral order to take this assignment.He at Mayport Naval Station.
Joseph M. Carson as CommanderFleet Is slated to take over the Jacksonville Vice Admiral Goldthwaite has
Air, Jacksonville and Naval command on July 8. also served In the Navy for 43 k
Air Bases, Sixth Naval District. Rear Admiral Carson will close years, Including tours of duty
He is presently serving as Com- out his 43-year Navy career hereon here, and maintains his permanenthome 0
mander Western Sea Frontier,San June 28 In retirement cere- at Atlantic Beach.

VAdm. Goldthwaite RAdm. J. Carton

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


Marine Reservists ReadyFor Navy Relief All-Navy MarksmenFire

Trip To Puerto RicoBy Matches MondayBy

MSgt .C.M. Ackey Prize Winners To

Florida Marine Air Reservists are on the move again. Marine Marc Whetstone, J01
Attack Squadron 142 will leave here Sunday, June 16 for 15 days A dual effort by the rifle and pistol teams representing the Com-
annual summer training at Roosevelt Roads Puerto Rico. The unit Be Named TodayTuesday for 7
mandant of the Fifth Naval District won them Friday, June ,
will return June 30 centrated training with a regularunit titles as the Atlantic Fleet Rifle and Pistol Team Champions
Commanded by Lieutenant giving them an opportunityto brought to an end the Firing a combined score of 1104-
Colonel Irving B. Hardy of Winter Relief Drive and this
obtain first-hand knowledge of 1963 Navy 29x In the National Match Pistol tion for theAll-NavyRlOeandPistol
Haven, Fla. VMA-142 is the second current methods of field operationsat afternoon the winners .of the 23 Course at the Naval Air Station, Championships which begin Monday,
NAS Jax based Marine Air Re- both the unit level and on an prizes worth $10,000 will be named Jacksonville, Florida, was the 5ND June 17. From this array will be
serve Squadron to conduct annual individual basis. at 2 p.m. In front of the NAS Blue team comprised of H. J. Culll- selected the 40 top rifle and 25 top
training outside the continental The complement of Band Shell. which will represent -
squadron's fer, PRC: J. -R Lucas, ADRC; pistol sharpshooters
limits of of the the United squadron's States.officers pilots, ground crewmen and administrative Heading the list of prizes to N. C. M. Massie, RMC.; and J. M. the Navy in the August
Many clerks include vet- be presented is a 1963 air-con- PNC. National Rifle and Pistol Matchesat
and enlisted men reside in the Pringle,
Jacksonville area, however, erans of World War II. and Korea ditioned, fully powered Thunder- It was also'a Blue squad from the Camp Perry Ohio.
Lake Worth, Melbourne, serving side by side with young bird. Second and third prizes area fifth district which fired the top The Atlantic Fleet top ten pistol
Tallahassee Miami St. Petersburg, men not yet born when the bat- 1963 Corvair and a 1963 Falcon, National Match Rifle Course with a team standings are:
Miami Beach, Winter Haven, tles of World War II were writ- both fully equipped. score of 1440-lOlv. This team was 1st Fifth Naval Distrfct (Blue)
Coconut Grove, Key Biscayne and ten Into the pages of Marine Corps Navy Relief Drive officials hereat made up of D. R. Foreman, SA; 2nd Tenth Naval District (Blue),.*
Orlando are also represented on history. NAS have Indicated that the CWO J, R. Kanavel; E. Prasllck, 3rd :ChiefNaval Air Technical
the unit's roster of personnel Their occupations are as variedas gross goal of $50,000 is expectedto AC1; W. D. Martin DCC: C. G. Training (Gold)
While at "Rosy Roads"VMA142 their lenght of service in the be reached when final tabula- Gilmore, AC3; and P. H. Williamson 4th Sixth Naval District (Blue)
will operate with and be Corps. Engineers, lawyers, tions are recorded. As of Monday, ETL 5th Chief, Naval Air Technical
supported by a regular Fleet grocery clerks, bank tellers,high- a reported figure of $43,500 was This week 100 selected Atlantic Training (Blue)
Marine Force squadron. Objectiveof way patrolmen, educatorsallwork disclosed including nearly $15.000 Fleet shooters, together with some 6th Ninth Naval District7th
this active duty for train side by side sharing a com- from NAS Jax donators. A com- 80 marksmen from thePaciflcFleet Fifth Naval District (Gold)
named year's Operation Unity I II mon goal to ready themselves'toserve plete fund figure should be-available from as far away as Japan and the 8th Potomac River Naval
ing alongside members' the in time for next week's issueof Command9th
Islands have been
unit members con- Philippine facing
Is to provide Fleet Marine Force if called the Air News, said an official targets here at NAS Jax inprepara- Chief, Naval Air Advance
upon to defend their Country
(continued on page 14))

VA-176 Goes To Clothing, Small

NorVa SaturdayTo Stores Prices

Meet Middies : Go Up, Go DownEffective

Attack Squadron 176 is sched- w
uled to board the attack aircraft Monday,July 1, certain
USS Shangri-la (CVA-38)) Saturdayat price changes will prevail in Cloth-
the Mayport Naval Station fora Ing and Small Store items, it was
cruise to Norfolk, Va., to pick- announced this week by CaptainJ.D.
up a group of Midshipmen for sum- Sullivan, NAS Supply Officer.
mer training.The r Five teams in the men'-s line will
future naval officers will go up in price ranging from two
return to Mayport aboard the car- t cents to $3.35 while In Waves
rier for a visit June 27-30, after.. ''yi J clothing price hikes are set for
which the ship, her trainees and r, three articles ranging from 20
assigned support unit personnelwill 4 cents to $10.45.On .
travel to New York for a A the other side of the ledger
week and then on to Quebec, Can- : : ', 12 articles of men's wear will
ada, for an additional week. drop in price with the biggest of
The attack squadron is expected 'LK to help conduct the Midship- ''m They are now priced at $25.40
mens' training until the end of Julyat Y ; and will decrease to $23.45.In .
which time its crews will return the Waves wear group, five
to Jacksonville.It HELD UP by his own "Compton's Raiders", Copt. James R. Compton purchases another book of Items will nose dive In price.
has been just three weeks Navy Relief tickets from Marine 1st Lt D.B. Cone. The NAS CO conjured up the "Raiders"idea The biggest savings will be seen --
since the "Thunderbolts" com- last year as a last effort drive to gather funds for the Relief. Led this year by Cpls. N.J. In light blue uniforms which drop

pleted a tour of duty aboard the Phibodeaux and D.W. Hutta, 40 Marine Barracks "Raiders" raised $550 from throughout the (Continued on page 5)tf )

(Continued on page 4)) Station in two days. (Official U.S.. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01))



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.PAGE 2 JAX AIR JUNE 13, 1963

/it". Station Traffic ,
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r r.l." t Violation RecordThe I ,.I.AX ,AX N ,WS

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following is a report of
motor vehicle accidents and traffic The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
violations for the period June 3-9, published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
1963. Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
private firm. All copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR
NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

'" ..... week, June 3-9..8 Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
f.ot Total accidents this year through publication. News items are welcomed from all sources--.

rg June 9................................115 Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8164.
!:t' 1M L .. Total accidents through June Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries

1962..................................135 concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida --
Telephone or

iAt VOL. 21, NO. 14 JUNE 13, 1963

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.i.tt. '.. DAY week.........................77 Is
.' ,.. ,""t,; ,. Speeding........................... 14 Driving SimpleYet
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I ..;} .f"'fr.,0. ', -.,.; Reckless driving .................3
ri!' ((,... ;. ,(.. '"' ..: : Going through stop sign.........5
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fJ !; ., {r 1:1'.it' .;'i./':.::' t.(;.;:i'" 4., !.": Other violations.................55 Complicated

Thirty-five drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat Learning to drive an automobile is really a very simple task.
Serviceman's Fitness the meeting held on June 10. By comparison many of the jobs we do at work whether they be
Disposition of the cases include machine, manual, electronic, or creative, far surpass the operating
the following: nine lost driving skills needed to handle a motor vehicle.On .
and parking privileges aboard the the other hand
driving an
Essential I To Success Station for various periods; 12 automobile Is complicated when we

were assigned to complete an stop to consider the many decis- Echo I Still Orbiting
., eight-hour course remedial ions that must be made during
A weapon, a machine, a vehicle- each is only as good as its care driving instructions; 15 received every mile of travel Such decisions After 378 Million Miles
and maintenance. Neglect it at your perilit may malfunction when suspended penalties; eight received are not entirely a matter of
.you most depend on it. two dismissed -
warnings; were where we would like to but has
Man is the Ultimate Weaponit's go, America's Echo I satellite
and two were referred to how, In there will
getting we traveled over 378,000,000miles
true even in this age of miss- Many of us are veterans of WWII, commanding officers for possible least interfere with other drivers. now around the earth since its
and marvels. The Infantryman -
ilery space which means that we've reached disciplinary action.
outranks his rifle, the middle or stand on the thresh- Acquiring the driving knowhowto launching 33 months ago.
age The Family' ResponsibilityThink avoid accidents because of the NASA that the balloon
pilot his plane, the astronaut his hold of it. But just because wecan't reports
unpredictable behavior of fellow wrinkled and
satellite Is now
keep up with the kids In how many family activities
stands, then that part ot our every department doesn't meanwecan center around the family car. Sun- drivers is a life-long job. No two shrunken to perhaps half the 10-
job as members of the Armed allow miles of travel are ever the same. story height it had at launch-
ourselves to go to pot day picnics, motheranddaughtershopping
Forces, is keeping ourselves in Each day brings changes In the
through overindulgence In food or trips father-and-son
good physical condition. We drink and lack of exercise. If fishing jaunts and the routine tripsto movement of traffic. Every time ing.It Is still being used for the passive -
wouldn't be In uniform if we get Into our car we of communications.
today we do that we're not only letting school to work and for visit- must relay
we hadn't been physically quali- the service down, we're hurting Ing. Yet, this same car is a con- solve different prohVms.
fied when we entered the service. ourselves.Ail Why is this soThe other driverwe
stant threat to the family'shappiness
The doctors found us sound in meet up with is almost alwaysa Storm Hunters
perfectly obvious and undeniable and security. Duringthe
mind and then. How do different
body we person-atotalstranger
you say. But look around you coming year, hundredsof
measure up now? Is President and ask yourself how many of the Florida children will\ lose at we just can't be sure about his actions Arrive At JaxA
ennedy's call for physical fitness What's more, he not
people you serve with could do with least one parent in a traffic acci- may
aimed at us-or rather, aren't we determined dent. share our desire to observe the giant radar laden Super Con-
some dieting or physical Hundreds of Florida families
expected exemplify its standardsfor conditioning through sports and will lose their sources of income law orhe might be the victim of stellation aircraft landed here at
the of fellow NAS Jax last and with It
rest our momentary Sunday
If combat because Dad
games. you're in a will be killed\ or
Americans? You can bet we arel I opened the 1963 Hurricane Season
unit you will probably see few unfit seriously Injured in a traffic According to the National Safety -
True, it's not easy in all cases. men Indeed. accident. More children betweenthe Council, the most difficult part for the Navy's famed Hurricane

ages of one and fourteen years of a traffic safety campaign is to Hunters.
O1N ENTERING p will die in auto accidents than convince drivers who have never Flying the aircraft was the
PRA FAS because of any disease. been In a serious accident that squadron's skipper, Commander

While the family as a unit suffers their driving could be better. When Russell E. Blalack.
most from the horrible toll our Is the last time you slopped to Airborne Early Warning Squadron -
traffic accidents take, the familycan think, "What kind of driver am Four, which Is homebased at
also be the greatest single I"? If your driving Is something Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico will

force in preventing accidents. The you do automatically, by habit maintain a detachment here until
parents, by their training their It's time to take stock and give November 30, the end of the hur-
example and their attitude can do yourself a better margin for safe- ricane season.
OI1t ty to prevent The Hunters have been tracking
more to make our children safeon being involved in one
our streets and highways than of the tens of millions of vehicle tropical storms out of Jackson-
) can any governmental or educ- accidents that occur each year. ville and Miami for the past 20

-. ational authority. The father, who The National Safety Council tells years. During this time, accordingto
Is conscious of the effect his us how we can do a better job of Commander Blalack the Navy
driving actions have on the entire driving by following the expert has flown over 15,900 hours In

family, will be a safer, saner performance of top professionals weather reconnaissance, Including
driver. The wife and mother, who who can drive over a hundred 5,700 hours spent In trophical
000l fully .accepts her responsibility thousand miles a year without storm flights.Names.
can Influence her husband and her accidents.
children to drive walk and play 1. Keep fit. Annual physical SelectedFor
with care.Square. checkups are common among the
s driving pros. HurricanesThe

Dance 2. Eat properly. The food we
eat can be a big factor in safe U. S. Weather Bureau has

Slated June 21A driving. Greasy kid stuff (ham- announced the names of tropical
burgers, french fries and the like Atlantic storms for the forthcoming -

Square Dance will be heldat should 3. not be a steady diet.) hurricane season beginningJune
the Luthern Service Center. Get proper rest. Eight hours 15.The .

l MIT 19 W. Forsyth St., on Friday, June driving of rest between is each ten hours of season runs through Nov-
21 at 8:30 p.m., It was announcedthis law prescribed by federal ember.
25 week. drivers.for commercial highway Storms will be entitled: Arlene;
All Beaulah Cinda Debra Edith;
service ;
.. are
4. Drive
welcome to attend said Center of- in a good frame of Flora; Ginny; Hannah; Irene;
ficials. mind. Worry, temper and tension Janice; Krlsty; Laura; Maurgo;
n There will be free refreshments keep you from being alert. Nona; Orchid; Portia; Rachael;
"I think we've worn out our welcome already." served. They can turn you into a driving Sandra; Terese; Verna and
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f ff f LL41 Hospital Corpsmen Plan

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65th Anniversary Birthday Ball.J'. "

By T.J. Antignano, HMCA '

A gala Birthday Ball will be held by local hospital corpsmen and their guests this Saturday evening
In observance of the 65th Anniversary of the Hospital Corps, June 17th. .
The formal dinner-dance affairis
being held at the Hotel Roose-
velt in Jacksonville. Dance music
will be by Jimmy Geiger and'his .r
1Mt 17-piece orchestra and vocalist.
The NAS Jacksonville Naval y ,.
0 Hospital was commissioned In July
1941. Presently there are 248

corpsmen assisting the Medical ,..
Corps and Nurse Corps, headed -
by the Hospital's Commanding Of
ficer, Captain Joseph Hanner.
Hospital corpsmen go back to .
the early days of the United States
Navy, being called "Loblolly
Boys" and "Surgeon's Stewards." Y I
They have served with great honor
and distinction both In peace and
war. In peacetime, they have
When you need a loan for any helped whenever called upon in .r
floods and hurricanes. In war, THE GOWN that Peggy Mel ssac, HN will wear to the Hospital.
good purpose. see HFC! they have served wherever other Corps Birthday Ball ut the Hotel Roosevelt on Saturday June '
members of the Marine
Navy ar.j 15 is admired by Gary Parker, HN Janet Graham, HM3 and RIch.
That's to ; {
a good thing remember,anytime you find your. Corps were stationed, aboard
self in deep water, and short of cash. For HFC has beena ships aviation units, amphibious ard Berbure, HN. The quartet are all from theNaval HospjtaJ here.
lifesaver to over 100,000 servicemen every year. operations, and on beachheads on (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Bill Parenteau, PH2)ed ) j
We're always ready to help. countless landings with the Marine
Corps. men received the Congressional -
Hospital Corpsmen have
Medal of Honor; of this number 'EA oo. ort
foxhole @ 0
MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS surgery and 1J *. v.GAThE #

This toile chows sample/ + p..t, On..a l rya g Lu other medical types officer of treatment when a 7 were Korean hospital conflict corpsmen., members Duringthe of 6B.
was not available. .
loon plant. You can bar$101 5.93 729 10.07 18.48 The the Hospital Corps again were at
row any amount up to 200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 HonorableJames Forrestal, the forefront on sea and with the
|600 and arrangemonthly 300 17.79 21.88 3021 55.45 Secretary War II, and of the later Navy the during first World Sec- Marines In all the fighting, saving
500 28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78 :
payments to fit 600 34,39 42.66 59.35 109.80 retary of Defense, paid honor to lives. Again they performed on- iljI!:: illllt
and first aid
need. the the-spot emergency
your cUr,ca ."ffmfttttJ* J% .*Ik.,pri_/ Hospital Corps of the United
tcMultJ e.ru,1.I.ww..t,uM/i.f i3OO States Navy for Its singular attainments treatment. During this action, as
.,4 1% n..ey rf..itlsr.HOUSEHOLD during that conflict. Insofar In World War II, CongressionalMedals
be of Honor were awarded to !
as can
determined this l"
H is the first time In military his- a total of seven enlisted men :' ,
that In the Navy five of whom were .
a has
*"" "7 "T"" T 1" tory single corps been -
commended by the Secretary of hospital corpsmenThe
the Navy. feats of the Hospital Corpsare 'INEN U11-4/NK/ GACI<,OUciREA
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 TheHospItal Corps as part of the considered routine to its members PEOPLE WERE THE
but to those who receivedthe PEOPLE WUO PIED
Cedar Hills Shopping Center Medical Department during World services of the hospital corps- L.EAVINGNGr M11CN tWN)!
War II helped to save 97 out of
3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 every 100 men wounded, a recordnot men, they join us with the famous /
words of the late Sec- oLJNT
praise by REy7b'iNE
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 equaled before in Naval His- Forrestal-- .,
of the
tory. A total of 15 Navy enlist- retary Navy ...... tJ. oR f(0066V/J.r
bore office open Friday evening until 8 P.M. "Well done well done Indeed."

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dining room, FAMILY ROOM overlooks large wooded lot, "

ROOMY KITCHENS and finished garages, CENTRAL

HEAT (Air Conditioning Optional) HARDWOOD FLOORSOf

course, BRICK with masonary construction.

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Day. 725.7119 ORANGE PARK

DIRECTIONS South of NAS on Hwy. 17 to h./ confer of town. Right'
Eves-264-6593 turn on Klngtley/ Ave. then left on Doctor s Lofc:Dr/ve./ Look for our s/gn/ *. ti .

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Chuckwagon;# DefiVesCfiow I; r .

To Crash Crews

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By Marc Whetstone, J01 1
NA 9 may

Among the modern-day galleys and cafeterias in operation today

here at MAS are shades of the traditional Western "chuckwagon". WESTSIDE:
Although the team of horses has

been replaced by a mass of me-

chanical power, the wagon's Crews located in the main firehouse
purpose is essentially the same as and in the heart of the NAS CHUCKWAGON COOKS James Burns, CS3 (L) and Stan Knight, r iJQIIf'lcsERVINa

It is on the vast prairie ranges, SA dish portions of food into container in Galley One for wait

serving those men who can't make runways.Unlike the typical chuckwagonwith ing Crash and Fire crewmen. BELOW: Food cart is loaded aboard >
the ranch house chow-line. T
There are two "line It's biscuit burning cook, the the modern-day "chuckwagon" by (L to R) Joe Zahringer,

shacks" to which outlaying this meal-on- food is prepared hy the commis SA; Anderson Hill, AA and Jerry Ladd, AN for delivery. (Offical .i WITH COUNTY

wheels service is carried. Both sarymen In Galley One and is the U.S. Navy Photos by Marc Whetstone, J01))) COMPLETE

are units of the Crash and Fire same menu eaten by all hands. CONVENIENT
Each day, and for each meal, r----- trl- .. _' COMMERCIAL MODERN

a team of food chauffeurs arriveat I / -- :/.:.' BANKINQ
the galley where a special food ) I SERVICES
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cart is loaded complete with trays ,..-> i 2 !;f
and utensils. It is ten taken to ytis.-,: .wwt HOURS: .
i M..TAw.. :M A$4-OO PM
the 15 men of one crew at the fire G..4.Tr+..tOAM..4AOpMrNqt
/ :)0 AM-t PM Alt Dyr..
house afterwhlch the caterers pack
It pack it back aboard their"chuck-

wagon" and proceed to the waiting LA
15-man crew on the runway site.
w This is the meal time routine : -

experienced daily by the crash

\ crews. It is necessary, however, ,
,;" k\ since their job, being of paramount a:. 1,12: ACID 771-6161

importance, requires that each
man be on station at all timesin

DEEP FRIED shrimp Is pre the event of an aircraft accident. Member of FDIC

pared for "chuckwagon" by

Sam Arnold, CS3. (Official U.S.



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Shangri-la in the Caribbean Sea.

During this southern Atlantic OPEN EVERY NIGHT TIL 9:00 PMPICTURE

trip, the squadron placed a detachment -

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ashore at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, TVRECEIVING
to help bolster defenses on that .
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While in this condition both vas
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TBM Cougar 9:00: P.M. ,
M 9.00 P M.
rently checking out in the A-4C 3530 BLANDING BLVD. Tel. No..SP 1.0300 Tel No. 359-2366

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I ROCK GARDEN Three Navy Exchange men pluck weeds,from ..
2 BEDROOMMOBILE their rock garden.flower bed which they built to beautify their

working area. They are (L to R) L. VanWagner, Elbert Brewer
and E. I. Jones. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))

HOME Eyesore To Clothing

Small Storescontinued

Rock GardenIn
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from $10.70 to$9.85.
ONLY $ the interest of beauty three
Other price changes are:
Navy Exchange employees, using
discarded material, turned an eye- Mens
$5587PER sore into a couple ofpleasantlooking Going Up
rock garden-flower bed arrangements -
$ .10 $ .12 .
at the Navy Exchange
Working Jacket g.40 8.45
Service Station Free Service Area.E. Raincoat
10.30 13.65
L Jones, Elbert Brewer High Black Shoes g.35 7.00
and L. VanWagner, all attendantsat
Working Cap .60 .65
the Exchange facility, had a few
% FREIGHT minutes so they "turned too" and Going Down
used some pieces of old concrete
Peacoats 25.40 23.45
MIDDLE-MAN that had been dumped nearby. White Service Hats .70 .65
SAY EON CHARGES Jones had some dirt and sod hauled Undress Blue Jumper 7.35 7.00
in and the three began to place White Tropical Short
DIFFERENCE! the crumbled concrete and set out Sleeve Shirt 1.90 1.75
double and pbrtulaca and
Gym Shoes 2.00 1.85
; JUNE alyssum assortments of flowers Black and Khaki
and grasses. Each morning the little t- Stretch Socks .35 .33
alyssum open in a union of small Towel .50 .44
flowers that blanket the bed in
AT 2:00: PM white.It Trousers Blue Melton 10.00 9.10
gives the place an appearanceof Dungaree 2.05 1.85
freshness, livability, and in Wash Khaki 3.65 3.40
FURNISHED general simply displaces the usual Cotton Undershirts .55 .46
oil can piles that are often seen
\ ._ TIRES and WHEELSNO around a place of this type. Women

"BOX"!II! Going Up

\ / DID YOU KNOW TIIA T...The ave- Blue Garrison Serge Cap 1.35 2.05
hurricane is about 50,000 feet
'rage Black and White Gloves 1.40 1.50
deep and has gale winds which Heavy Raincoat 30.35 40.80
FREE 1 extend about 250 miles wide from
: the center of the storm, the hur- Goirrg Down
The EYE of a hur-
ricanes eye. Light Blue Garrison Cap 2.05 1.75
ricane averages about 25 miles in White Cotton Shirt 1.90 1.75
diameter and looks very much likea Black Necktie .90 .54
flattened doughnut. Betweenjuneand Blue Serge Slacks 6.25 5.50
CIGARS November of each year (the Light Blue Uniforms 10.70 9.85
for Fathers
hurricane season) a giant radar
laden Super Constellation type air-
craft belonging to the Navy's Hur-
. ,
Sanseviera a cousin of the
ROSES ricane Hunters can be found in the household "snake plant," may
fortheLadics.BALLOONS eye of any given hurricane. It is ;Ave( the United States its first
this squadron's job to find track Rood substitute for imported
and plot hurricanes, give Its rate hemp. .
fort rile Kiddies of movement and wind speed to the
The occupations that absorbed
weather bureau, who in(turn gives 60 per cent of lust year's college
MOBILE the early warning to the public. graduates: were not in existence
PEPSI when the graduates: were born.
for Everyone .

FREE MUSIC and ,' See--Moon MullinsLCDR.

; (USN RET.)

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I Airman Serves With J! ,s Lt Cole.. SM Cdr. Brother Here MOBILE' ENJOY CONVENIENT HOME:

It has been a rare experience exactly say it's uncomfortable Corydon Fenner of the O&R Admin- LIVING AT JACKSONVILLE'S
during the past year for Airman serving with my brother, but the istrative Service Section some- .
I Homer Dorevin Fenner, who has fact that he is a Lieutenant Commander times feels uneasy about the situation LOWEST PRICE !
been serving with his brother hereat has kept me on.my toes." too. Being Division Officer
NAS Jax. He said, "I wouldn't Lieutenant Commander RichardBROTHERLY plus older brother, puts him in a .
for yotrjs) homeon
spot. I If he were to show the younger The perfect answer a
Fenner too much attention It yvheels. Mobile home living is for
would look like a small portion of .
the GO!
favoritism because they are bro- young moderns on

thers. Therefore, he must repri- r....."
mand him more than the other
airmen under his charge.
The two brothers are from JACKSONVILLE K
Sturgess, Michigan where their : Roosevelt

parents Mr. and Mrs. Homer TRAILER y Bird.
Collins Fenner reside with three '
other sons and four daughters. Phone
Lieutenant Commander Fenner MART EV '8-3564
has been in the Jacksonville area
e since 1957, and Airman Fenner has
f 4M1
only been here for one year. Thisis
the first time the two brothers
have been stationed together. Both

also have their families living here 'THE NATION'S LARGEST MOBILE HOME CHAIN"Heard
in Jacksonville with them at the
present time.JIowever .
there is a sigh of relief -
for Homer will be leavingthe I
Jacksonville area come June
i 14. He and his wife will be goingto
San Diego where Homer will
tr :. board the USS Kitty Hawk (CVA-

63)). After his tour of sea duty, ki;"..::':';s
Homer plans to extend in hopesof
-' going to Air Controlmen School

DISCUSSION Lieutenant Commander Fenner and
Airman Fenner discuss route Airman Fenner will travel from The world's largest transportation -
library, with 100,000 items,
their home in Michigan to San Diego. (Official U.S. Navy Photo is located at the University of
by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) Michigan in Ann Arbor. '


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New E-X-P-A-M-D-E-D location eu...IIOLII'WAGU'0'AMERICA,INC

any Volkswagen jokes lately?

Introducing SPL-310 by DATSON
Remember the one about the lady who looked
under her front hood and thought somebodystole
tier engine?
e 3 Passenger Vs : Or the one about the guy at the gas station
who didn't know where the gas went? Or the
.1500 cc engine water?

Today,the gas station attendants know enoughto
Racing steeringwheel put! the gas in front. And they don't bother
checking your water or trying to sell you some
Center console antifreeze.

Roll-up windows (After all, they've seen enough VWs to know
.. that our engine's in the rear; and that it's cooled
Oversize Brakes by air,not water.)
The point is this: People used to make fun of
our car,now they have fun with it.
America's Newest Which helps explain why our joke file's been
getting a bit low. So, if you've heard any good
VW quips or sayings or jokes, why not send
them on?

Just' write to John Stanley, Volkswagen of

INTERNATIONALMOTOR! ] America their,rounds.Englewood Cliffs, N.J. He'll start themon

After oil, nobody enjoys a good VW joke
UMp better than we do.


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years ago. Over the years we continuedto NEW-94 car capacity Navy Exchange parking lot is now open as part of the Exchange's expansion -
search for an even finer blend. Then, coffee proect.| (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1))

16 years ago, we perfected our special you an !
blend of rich, full-bodied coffees. Since drink
Parking Lot
Diamondback Worst
1947 we've served over $12,000,000
worth over 120,000,000 cups. Enjoy only lOc

some today! Menace In Florida First StepThe

MOR i S ir@e128 diamondback rattler strikes vey just completed by the State In Project
t more people in Florida than any Board of Health shows.
other :arke! ; more people are The survey was made In cooper- .
snake-bitten during warm months; ation with hospitals during 1962. Construction of the 94 car park-
W. Monroe St. Southgate Plaza Roosevelt Malt and 82 per cent of those bitten The results are compiled In an Ing lot adjacent to Building 27 Is
were under the age of 40, a sur- article bj Dr. Wilson T. Sowder, the first portion of the major im-
state health officer, and George provement project In thearea planned -
Gehrest, ,accident prevention con- by the Navy Exchange.When .
tant, for publication In the June Building 27 is enlarged the
Journal of the Florida Medical Association parking lot will be at the front
Dr. Sowder said snake- entrance of the new building.
bite is not considered a major Work on the parking lot was done
Irlf problem In the state. He said by the NAS Public Work Depart-
\ I the survey was made primarilyto ment. The cost was financed by"
determine the pattern so that the Navy Exchange with non
efforts could be made to reduce appropriated funds.Construction .
snake bites.Hospitals. bids are now being
reported 277 bites solicted for the 36,500 square foot
during the year with three deaths, addition. Bid opening date Is sched-
the latter all attributed to the dia- uled for Tuesday, July 16.
mondback. No bites were reportedby It Is anticipated that constructionwill
the rarely-seen canebreak rat- commence during the later
HALF FARE tler.The of July on the additions. The completion
diamondback was respon- date Is set for February,
sible for 73 bites,the cotton-mouth 1964.When
moccasin 46, the pigmy or ground the project Is completedthe
rattler 45, copperhead 8, coral 7 scattered sales facilities cur-
and unidentified or non-venomous rently located in Building.954
98. Most of the bites occurred (Country Store), Building 3 (Men's
from May through October when Shop) and Building 27 ( Main
197 bites were reported. Bites Store) will be under one roof.
ON YOUR NEXT LEAVE were three times as high among There will also be space for the
males as among females. Fifty- Navy Exchange Main Warehouseand
four per cent of the bites were Office operations.The .
among persons under the age of

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, Fleet Reserve Assn. American Astronauts

Insured for $100,000
Elects New OfficersBranch
Holt Publishing Company, publishers of the Jax Air News, is NeyrY(4f|
offering a $5.00 prize for the earliest postmarked correct answer to this I week's'crossword puzzle. Deadline for entries will be 1200, and Life Insurance Co., which considers .
each Saturday following publication. The winner will be announcedin 91, Fleet Reserve Association, held final nominations hotel' r, steeplejackinr
next week's issue of the lax Air News. Entries must be sent'to election of officers for the association year 1963-1964 on ThursdayJune and auto rating in poorly supervised
the Holt Publishing Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 6 and the following members were elected, td office: Willis J. conditions hazardous
8, Fla. Vlce-Pres- pursuits, has: issued $100,000
President M. "Doug" H dges,
Capwell re-elected as ; life insurance policies to each
ACROSS 7Bow8'Snatch |ACNEBBAVERB| | | | | | *|I t W. Weinelt re-elected as Treasurer. i.I of America's seven original as
The Board of Directors tronauts.In .
Impart of naaa 0aaa aaa are:
body 9-Indlan tents '
Jacksonville on
4Amlcl9KUp IO.e\'oureci l an anas aaa Lee Johnson; Frank Sheehan; Hotel Roosevelt in answer to a question on
111'rohlhltK'FraKment 6, beginning with the application form whether
))2-Mata\v H0 DOBO H30e James Turner; Rod Yoder; Saturday, July
13-Toll saaa/ aaaa anaivii cocktails at 6 p.m., dinner at 6:30 they planned to travel outside
U.Ylgor Glatmo i i "Dutch"Schuyler
f 14-Gretk JclUr15Abate (rolloq.) t: l A R Y E P N A Anthony ; installation at 8:00 p.m. fol- the continental U. S., all seven
JO-.Shade;; tree R I N D rio ORE R ; Tom Feaster; and p.m., answered "Yes," according to
17.St'Uah :_!:Showy:; iiiiut-r E A N I L P L E Clifford Waldron.On lowed by dancing until 1:30 a.m. company president John A.
19-The here ones :23-23-Stop!:: Blue| E T A D E A D K I D p Monday, June 10 the Ladies Further Information may be obtained lUll.These

-. 21-Insect %Trades rur N E S T T R I M D:2Genus Auxiliary, Unit 91, Fleet Reserve by calling T, J. Bennett, are the first Individual
or money N A T E R M C E Branch 91 at EV policies issued to American
Vice-President ,
maples :III.Plague Association held final nominationsand
:If.Cloth u 5 E A B E T ASH Y spacemen.
measure measure p g MARS T R E elections of officers and the 1593.

2:1.Jewlah::!:6.Nulaanct 36rintol38Valki:n%. ; Answer to last uxeVs puzzle following ladies were elected to ___

festivalCrowd IS-Knilurwl 'j-Tnll office: Mrs. Harvey Miller, Pres-
t. [ 0 CARLOAD1I!
:Ulshoprl.- un>tra<1lly 17-Organ ofnenrlnc :6-vase ident, to succeed herself; Mrs. /

.Symbol for 41-racked' 19-Charite lh.<> :.b-Its!Female| mistaken"leer Grace Carson,Vice-Presidentto J Including Free Wed
::;;.Canine tantalum 4 -uay Sallorcolloq. 52.am-account| of iHi.lVrl.Hl; or succeed herself; Mrs. Walter Movies/ with Pass
17'conflict Armed ( .) il-Ulrl'M muse of scald Dobarzynske, Treasurer; Mrs. See the Best for Less
39.Note or scale Haywood Mitchell, Secretary; and d See
.Worm KxravatntSecluded 1 1 J 7 9 10" Mrs. Thomas Lancaster, Chap- L i N op programs.Eat papers for

-valleys 1 12 13 14 lain.Board 1 the best Pizza
tG.Nerve of Directors are: Mrs. this side nf Rome.
fS.Dow network IS 16 :: 17 11 Mildred Brennan; Mrs. Carol U.S. 17 So.

.Com fort Sorrell; Mrs. Hugh Irwin;and Mrs.
til.1'HddleChlmeK 19 20 2)) <<-: :.ex
::. I t) :. i = m : Louise Davis.
:.:;.J..ur..cI. 22 23 S 24 75 000 26 27 28 An installation of the officersof
IiIl.n.II'.tecl! m '- S: d CompleteCoverage
both Branch and Unit 91 will
.BeforeWalrr 29 30 31 32 I<<,w: 33
Q9S be held in the Ballroom of the
wheel' V
64.1'erlal! of 34 5<:Si9. 35 36 00 37 38 39 !
time' XYJI a a 6
..::;-Coal .0.1 42 43 44 45 Of nearly $99 billion that con 6
66Molars67Arid sumers spent in 1960 for food and ci AUTO LIABILITY
46 47 rm.. 49 50 clothing, about 35 per cent wentto 6/
DOWN i farmers and 65 per cent for (_ FIRE MARINE .,HOME OWNERS
s1 52 53 54 W marketing services.
Man'anickname .

Anger ss 56 57 Ji ,"P 60 June is the month for brides, Low Down Payments -
:I.Ulued bonds, and grooms. The bride
Towanl 61 62 63 64'
the l Easy Monthly
sheltered l r groom should consider adding his
Hide! wife as co-owner or beneficiaryon Representing Military Underwriters
0S 66 67
:.-1'a / \In'!; his Savings Bonds. Such an

t -Hlver Siberia Di tr. by United: Feature Syndicate, Inc. 30I act could strengthen those wed. AUTO I INSURANCE FOR
ding bonds!

Last Week's/ Winner: 7312 Pineville Drive The first quarter of 1C63 ended
Elizabeth M. Huff Jacksonville 10, Flo. withthe cash value of outstanding
Series E and H Savings Bondsat -
I $46 billion-an all-time high. :

I 1 I: Movies .. A3249

Movies will be shown regularly

at 7 p.m. on Monday through Sat- Y d)

urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on t ,
Saturday and Sunday, at the Main-
side and NATTU Theaters and at ( BEST SELECTION OF USED

t 7 p.m. only on Sunday at the Hos-
pital Theater. These times are I Iri CARS IN JACKSONVILLELarge

suWect to change.

Thursday, June 13
Mal ,ri
i NATTUnit Five Miles to Midnight : J SelectionFROM
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Hold That .
Hospital Baby a N:

Friday, June 14 BIG SELLER-Horry L. Nurse, CS1 who sold 107 books of tickets $100.00 TO $1,000.001

during the Navy Relief Drive is congratulated as he presentsa
MalnslJe\ Pounds of
Forty bundle of green to R.S. Williams, BMC, NARTU keyman. Jax

Trouble NARTU had. a of $1250 and Low Down !
NA TT.>nit Sweethearts quota they came through with $1870 Payment
'. Hospi' Five Miles to Midnight for 139 percent of quota. (Official U.S. Navy Photo)

Saturday, June 15 Low Weekly Payment!

Mains ie David Copperfield SOMETHING NEW!

NATTl snit .Trouble Forty : Pounds of 1//I/ / We Now Honor Credit C rds. Low Monthly Payment!

Hospital Sweethearts! % ServiceCOASTAL
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Sunday Juni 16
Mainside Play it < n-i 1
NATTUnit David i pperficld: 'Ie;

f f Hospital TroubK Forty Pounds of \'H OUR FOUR COURTEOUS

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Club DoiH's Notes. '. .,
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tam :Thursday, June 13
Thursday, June 13 Thursday, June 13

ra-anr, msc Sing along 7:30 pm.1030 p.m. Dance featuring Carl Boyd and the Happy Hour, 4:30:; p.m. 5:30 p.m.

SALE '! Friday, June 14 Rhythm Kings 8:00 p.m.12 a.m. Friday, June 14

Dance 12:30 with Mark Castle 8:30: p.m.- Friday, June 14 Dancing to Johnny Arnold "4"
9:00 p.m. 1:00 a.m.

: Roosevelt Mall Only Saturday, June 15 Dance featuring Phil Cay and the Saturday, June 15
Chantels 9:00 1:00
Dance with Cappies Combo p.m. atm.
Dancing to Chantels 9:00 p.m. -
Combed, drip dry, crease resistant 8:30 p.m.12:30: a.m. Saturday, June 15 1:00 a.m.

Dance featuring March Wilson and Food special Chopped Sirloin-
Sunday, June 16
the Redcoats 9:00 p.rru-l:00 a.m. JLOO.
WASH & WEAR Sunday, June 16
Game Night 5:30 p.m.7:30 p.m. Sunday, June 16

Dance with Kay Ryan Trio Dance featuring March Wilson and Ladies win $10.00 Gift Certificate
8:30 1130; p.m.Monday the Redcoats 8:00p.m.12:00a.m.Monday for craziest hat Sunday afternoon.

PIMASHEERS 57e June 17 June 17 Dancing 12:00 a.m.to Bud Clark 8:00: p.m. -

Pinochle and Chess Tournament
YD Dining and Dancing June 17
5:30 p.m. 10:30 p.m. Monday,
Tuesday, June 18
Pizza Nite
REG. 790 YD. Tuesday, June 18
Happy Hour 5:00 p.m. 7:00
p.m. June 18
Game Night 8:30 p.m. 10:30 p.m.
Wednesday, June 19
June 19 Game Nite 8:00 p.m.
FOR SHORTS-BLOUSES Game Night 8:00 p.m. Happy Hour for one hour after
-DRESSES-SKIRTS 57* Yd. Happy Hour 4:00: p.m. 6:00 p.m. Game Nite
Sports Movie 8:00 p.m.9:00p.m.: .
Wednesday, June 19

HOMESPUN 2 yd Central Adult Western Drifters.Nite with_the Country

A man walked into a restaurant
School Offers handed the waiter two vita-
COTTONS1.00 min pills, and asked him to dis-
solve them in a bowl of clam POOR'S SPOOFS
Night Classes chowder. After a long Interval he
asked why he hadn't been served
Jacksonville's Central Adult yet. "You'll get your soup, sir,"
SOLID & PRINT REG. 69* YD. School, located at 345 East said the waiter, "as soon as "we oN fNEGO 34ER 5IcEoP HE
can get the clams to lie down.
Church Street, offers evening ffNcetJU CAN 8Ef?NEw
Classes for high school credit or
self-improvement from June 10
through August 2. '\
I PRINTED Tuition fee for English: Social
Studies, Mathematics, Science, & bRY LEANERS

54/A and Foreign Languages is $2.00 We Feature.......
course while that for Business
per ;
MADRAS Drive In Service
Fil'rcation and Typing is $4.00.
Open Mon., Sat., N:30
Persons may register at
& INDIAN PRINTS REG. any Dry Fold 8C lb. 11
690 time for the classes which are
Min load 50*
held on Monday and Wednesday,
Ue Our A 4423 Wet or dry 5tf lb.
Lay Ropstvelf
or on Tuesday and Thursday, from
Way Plan. No G. C. M urp h y (.O.Blvd.Roosevelt 8-11 p.m. More informationmay Shirts finished 22$ lb.
Dve WorkWestconiwtt
Extra Charge Mall be obtained by consulting the

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Floors .. Holiday Hill Stone Exteriors .- Armstrong Tile CeilingsComplete Landscaping -
Electric Heating .- Community Convenience and Pleasures. Jacksonville's biggest home value
et = Melvin Rd o: These homes are all within walking distance of Jefferson Davis Junior High School and Oak Hill Elementary
o f School. Major shopping center'also nearby. Mel Ott Baseball Diamond For Little League Baseball. 18 hole gol
; W m course. Cedar River Boating and Skiing. Bowl-O-Rama.

I03RO.ST. HERCULES HOMES SALES OFFICE: 7301 Melvin' Rd. Phones: 771-0137 or SP 1.3732

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JUNE 13, 1963

.. I AFMA To Meet :June 20


For Officer ElectionsElection

; of new officers will A social t hour will be held at
head the agenda of business when 11:40 afm: followed by a lunch-
t the Jacksonville Chapter of the eon beginning at 12:15: p.m. It
Armed Forces Management Association was indicated there will probablybe
meets Thursday,June 20, no guest speaker for the oc-
at the NAS Officers Club. casion.

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THE JACKSONVILLE OFFICERS WIVES CLUB last Friday made a $300 donation to the Navy WAS' THE LAST TIME j
' Relief Society. The money is a ,share of! the proceeds of two charity affairs held by the Club.
Frontier Days ,and the Magnolia Ball." Accepting 'donation tickets from Cdr. R.K. Vickroy, sub. YOU ENJOYED :
ticket chairman for the drive'is Mrs. Robert Fagan, past second vice-president, JOWC while Mrs.
W.L. Hoagfand, (far right) JOWC president presents the $300 check to Captain James R. Comp- Live Maine Lobster. .
tonNAS Commanding Officer. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)) 9 Chateaubriad Bouquetiere '

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LOOKING OVER THE BYLAWS of the Jacksonville, Officer's Wives Club are the newly Install. ;
ed officols (L. to R.) Mrs. J.E. Wall, recording secretary; Mrs. A.N. Fowler, president; Mrs. 1!
Charles Young, first vice i president; Mrs. Thomas"Graham, second vice president; Mrs. C. J. 1075 RIVERSIDE AVENUE
and Mrs. W. L. Hoagland, treasurer. (Official U.S. Navy Photo (
Brown, corresponding secretary ?:;;: :{/ *
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F 103rd and Blanding Blvd

McMILLAN BEDDING CO., the Hallmark of fine
bedding in Jacksonville for over 17 years, invites
your Inspection of their new showrooms. Here
FIRST A-5 Vigilante to be overhauled here at NAS Overhaul and you will find "Sleep Engineered" bedding at
Repair Department is now disassembled and undergoing a major FACTORY TO YOU PRICES. Big round or small,
rework. This particular plane arrived here from Naples Italy. (Official you'll find them all at McMILLAN. Come in
U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)LET'S ) today. WHY SLEEP ON LESS THAN THE BEST,

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103rd and Blending. 771.5262
BILL HICHHOUSE.the manager 8805 Matthews .
Expressway RA 4.2266
of this
new branch invites all
go roller skating tonight!
of his friends and neighbors to
Special rates to scrn'cc personnel. visit him and let him help them
with their bedding needs.
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VP-30;) Deals Hospital Cecil Hosts

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the stiff pitching of catcher, Benny fields, threw two your rackets strung tight,
tennis players! NAS Cecil Field
Robert Ensch, Vp.gOldealt' Hos- of Hospital's fevf{ base runners out will host the 1963 Sixth Naval
pital Its first loss in Intramural at second base, a base that no
District Tennis
Tournament be
softball in the National League, Hospitalman reached all night. held
Monday-Thursday, 22-
last Friday night at Enterprise The losing pitcher was Red July
Field. i Mills. It was his first loss of 25.All
Ensch struck out six and allow- the season. Interested persons, men or
Waves, should
ed three hits and three walks as The game elevated VP-30 to a contact Frank
McCaffrey, NAS Athletic Director
his team assisted 'hIm to a 3-0 10-3 winlossor third placein ,
In Bldg. shutout the the
over corpsmen. National League. Hospitalnow call ext. 585.
Patron-30 scored three times Ir has 'a 12-1 to remain atop 5 *
F the top of the first Inning to the heap however .
talley the only runs of the game.
. tf After having their lead-off man GET AMISSILE
retired VP-30's second man,
Benny Fields was hit by a pitched -
ball and advanced to first. AGE'DEAL!
Third man Don Ondo walked and
later scored when the VP-30 cleanup -
man, Bob Barrett singled. The
., final blow came in the same Inn- NEW CARS
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In one of two upsets at Enter- softball standings Club meets each Monday eveningat GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's
prise Field last Friday night, through June 8: ;II 7 p.m. in Bldg. 168, room j
AF679 clobbered league leading American Leagvf 108. A
Ordnance 23-6, in American Ordnance 10 3 Anyone interested in learning Center"J
League Intramural softball. NARTU 10 4 to fly Is invited to attend the ..::=
Ken Cooper the winning pitcher AF679 9 4 meetings.
threw fine ball all the way allow- VP-16 7 1 6
ing only two hits, fanning five VAP-62 7 7

and For walking the airmen but two.Wayne Weaver National league GRAND OPENING !

had a field day with 6 RBPs Hospital 12 1VP
including a grand slam home run. -, .11 2
Tommy Earl hit three for three. VP-30 10 3
' Bob Melvin and Bill Scruggs drove ComfairJax 8 5
j in seven runs between them and Crash Fire 8 5
Charlie Hoffman and Dick Ropog Supply 8 5 LAFAYETTE %
had the unusual experience of scor- JUNE J
ing a combined seven runs with

neither one hitting a ball. The answer to that question is I
Ordnance's only two accreditedhits why millions of American fami- Radio Electronics
were both home runs by, lies own Savings Bonds today.
Kenneth Snead and Robert Hulse. Their bond dollars help keepour I
The losing pitcher was Donald economy sound, and help Uncle "ASSOCIATE STORE"
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10-3 win-loss record while AF- opportunities you had.
679 hopefully trails with a 94.


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BVt Swimming 11th niversfary: r

At theNASIntramuralswtmmlng !
organizational meeting held June
5 In the Athletic Office,!five units Golf Tournament .
were represented. Otity VAP-62,
0&R, Hospital Supply and the The NAS Cecil Field 11th Ann- Highlights will be foursome play
Naval Security Group were on hand iversary Invitational Golf Tourna- for championship and first through ..
Ads should "b. .". to tho JAX AIR NEWS. 4724 Clyd. Drlv,
for swim meet orientation at that ment will be held Saturday and seventh flights. Veri handicaps Jacksonville 8, Florida to only not lator than Tvosdoy for pwklk
time. Sunday June 29-30 at the Cecil will determine a player's flight. cotton t*. following tburvdoy.Ads arriving too late for this doodlln.
Frank McCaffrey, NAS Athletic Golf Course. Beginning at 8:30 a.m.Saturday, will bo publlthwi tho following w*ole union tho pullU"' .. U 'Instruct.d *
othorwlto. A chock ordor for tho full coat 0' tho
urged other Interested affair is to June 29 18 holes will be or monoy
36-hole ,
Director The open played ad must bo rocolvod WITH tho copy for tho od. DO NOT SEND CASH.
units to get In contact with himat all amateur golfers with an established with the remainning 18 holes pend-
the Athletic Office and said that handicap In and around ing on tournament movement.
RATE Minimum ((3 lints) . $1.00
the deadline for entry Is 4:30 the Jacksonville area.SAVENOW Play will be limited to the first : charge
p.m. Thursday, June 20. 120 registered enteries. The entry Per additional lint ((4 words per lint) .35

fee Is $8. Handicaps and entry
fee is desired no later than Sat-
JAX NAVY urday, June 22. SINGER AUTOMATIC New Con- FURN. APT. -Edgewood Ave.1210

At 4 p.m. Sunday, "Red Barn .. sole, perfect sewing condition, Eff. 3 rm. & bath, Prtv. ent.,
"FAITH" FEDERALCREDIT barbecued ham,pork,chicken,cold Original Price $300 Does every- garage. Utilities IncL Close to NAS
beer, coffee, and cokes will be thing, Zig zag decorative stitches. Seen after 4:30. Phone EV88317.FOR .
UNION Pay off balance $68.20 or take
IN THE FUTURE served.Those up payments. $7.95 mo. Call 353-
entering the tournament
1946: SALE Orange Park 2
may call SP1-3211 ext. 243 on
Thursday or Friday (June 27 or FOR SALE ORRENT--HydeGrove BR, porch, carport, & patio on
y ANTICIPATEDDIVIDEND 28)) to establish a starting time forSaturday's Acres 7 rms, 2 baths, 2 car gar; large lot. 5min. to N.A.S. Total
price $4,400.00. Terms CO4-935L
'" play. Sunday's pairingsand sere porch; cent. heat. & air cond.
tee times will appear In the 1722 Westminister Ave. EvS-4996.
1, Times-Union. More Informationcan
FOR RENT Venetia Manor 4144
also be gotten at the above
number. Torino Place, 4 BR, 2 B, sep
& TV Air cond.$175
dining rooms.
FOR RENT House Unfurn. 2247
firm. Call MCAS Cherry Point,
4.8% Walter Ave. 2 Br. & garage. Two
Scouts Swim N.C. ext 8269.
blocks from Roosevelt Mall Shop
ping Center, near NAS 1-4167..

Compounded Semi-Annuolly Meet On TapThe FOR SALE Goodhousekeeping
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HOMES For The Best SelectionIn
Condition with lock. Only $100.00Call
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t t tt Scouts of America is sponsoringan yards. Only $100.00 Total Down.
FOLLOW THE CROWDS THAT Explorer Scout Swimming Meet Fast Occupancy. Call now 355- SHARE RIDE From Arlington
2631 Service Realty, BRK
Saturday, June 15 at 8:30 a.m. 0715-1600. NATTU, Suther. Ext.
In the Indoor Pool (Bldg.614)). 8262 or RA4-8368.
Individual events will be held, IronmanLeaders

t I In the 50 freestyle, 50 backstroke,
50 butterfly, 50 breaststroke, one KING THE TAILOR Expert Tai-
and three meter diving, and the loring. Alterations Reweaving
[3 rtrt nI 100 freestyle.One Shirts Made To Measure. Broad
of two team events plannedIs St. 354-7943-
t t tt the 200 medley relay, consist- In the NAS Intramural Athletic
Ing of the 50 freestyle, 50 back- Program some 34 units participate
stroke, 50 butterfly, and the 50 In competition for the Ironman

1963( FURNISHED) )I DEL will breaststroke.be a 200 The medley other relay team event free- given Trophy to, the a unit semi-annual amassing the award most Chiefs Win

t t tt style. points In a slx- nort combined
Trophies will be given to first
and second place individual win- race.For the spring half, basketball
\\ et ners, a first place team trophyand bowling and track have been CFJ SecondAfter
,,\'\\ retire one for the unit amassing the completed. Tennis, golf, Softball
rI' t greatest number of points. and swimming have yet to be count
t I1t SOdt ', For further information call M. ed.At
Planned to live in B. Eubank, EV8-0591, at the BSA this time the first five teams the original schedule for

\\ \, s Service Center, 521 S. Edgewood. are, In order, VP13'75 points; the NAS Intramural Bowl-Offs had
\\\ S\of; Supply, 1100 points; VP-7, 875 been bowled and the smoke had
t de tS t points; ComFalrJax, 750; Hospital settled, the Chiefs of VP-30 hada

*t "tGs"t Area Umpire'sClinic 700.A one point lead, good enough to
Well Planned major sport Is awarded more take the NAS Championship. But
points than a minor sport and sec- the Griffins, Hornets and Com
Wo a to ond, third, fourth, etc.place teams FairJax were In a three way tie
I t $uy Schools t soft ball get an arbitrary number of points for second,all with a 11-9 Bowl-
BCS Georgeous The NAS Intramural based on the leader. Off standing, which called for a
'n lax Kitchen! No umpires go through a preseason The Ironman trophy has been settlement.
of tests
clinic, take a minimum two presented in August and Februaryat After a conference with Frank
80" Traffic! and get In plenty of field work the climax of each athletec sea McCaffrey, the station Ath-

f0. p. t before the season opens. son, at two Sports Banquets. letic Mentor, Thursday evening,
t Ople 1 \.o'lE \1511BELLAIR\\ .- June 6 was set and the three
teams showed and rolled off their

MAKING A MOVE: dispute.In the three-way match, Com-

t I tt IRoy' t Rent A Falrjax evolved to take second
NEW FORD TruckVANS place and the Hornets, rolling Into
third In the NAS standings, rele-
gated the Griffins to fourth.
STAKES The Chiefs, earning 1000 pointsto
t PICK-UPS be applied toward "Ironman"
t LIFT GATES efforts the
PANELS ;were top bowling point
SOUTH ON BLANDING BLVD. winners. The others were,lnorder,
Mot Yourself 50011 ComFalrJax, 750; Hornets, 500;
And Save Up To LONG.DI SPECIAL STANCE Griffins, 450; Falcons, 400; Owl
Register for FREE T.V. RATES Hoots (placed but no points are
counted because the Chiefs are also
#/ a VP-30 team); Flying Phan-
AT MODEL HOME 311 W. ST. toms, 300; Mix Masters, 250; and
(( i) EL 3-ATE Bowleros, 200. All other partici-

t FREE DRINKS BALLOONS t tT I !R 110 JULIA 37475 SlTEL pating having awarded teams more 100 points.than(except one those team)units are

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JUNE 13, 1963

Fleet Rifle Pistol Results ---
Atlantic ,. !, :: 5t

New London, Conn.; and J, M. Pringle, PNCA, of NTC
rlne Base, The
(continued from page 1)) Both the individual; ne and pistol -
Commander Tom B. Martin, Jr., Balnbridge- Fish (
on *
matches were
of Naval Personnel Two special awards were pre-
Training (Blue) two-match elimination basis, with from the Bureau effort
and J. F. Es sented the rifle and pistol teams of
10th- First Naval District (Blue) the scores being totaledfor Washington, D.C.; fishin--
aggregate the Naval Air Command,
kc penschied, PR2, of NATC, Patuxent Training North
Top ten rifle team standings are: selection of the Individual cham-
o These were comprised solelyof
River, Md., teams Iing i
1st Fifth Naval District Blue
( )
pions. units of the train-
10"pistolawardss, men assigned to
; 2nd Tenth Naval District (Blue) The top ten shooters in the first The "Captain's n
In order of precedence went to: D. Ing comrpand.
3rd Air Advance however, selected regiO'Good
Chief.Naval match were
fit \ k Y firings of 33 Individuals -
;; of NAS South Also-a total received
L. Hamilton, AD2
... :
;ww... \ t Training (Blue) as the "Captain's 10" and were Excellence
'" P. Define -in-Competltlon
'* ". 4th Sixth Naval District (Blue) presented with special silver platter Weymouth Mass.' ; G. 1
and eastAr
18 15 rifle.
Chief of pistol
I from the staff of Badges
I.. .. .. 5th Third Naval District (Reserve awards the Commanding Officer :.TMCA,
.. .".......'... ) of the by Jacksonville Naval Air Naval Air Technical Training Virgil Placid, ADCS the NAS Jax stock
Small Arms Instructor, received a
J. H. Lucas,
Placid ADCS of HAS 6th Potomac River Naval Station Captain James R. Compton. Memphis, ; Ocea
Virgil .
Command7th This is the first ydarthe"Captain's ADRC, of 5ND, Norfolk, Va.; J. J. gold pistol medal while Carl Llnza Fore
Jax receives a gold Excellence Naval Station, AECS, of NAMTG Jax received a
Galica, AMECA, Key of L
Chief, Naval Air Technical 10" award has been given. It is expected -
, In Competition Medal. Training (Blue) that, from now on,the hosting West Fla.; G. F. Bowen AQCA, of bronze pistol medal of L.
8th First Naval District (Blue) commanding officer will follow this NATTC Memphis, Tenn.; Virgil There were 210 competitors in Scthe
9th Ninth Naval District procedure In the presentation of Placid, ADCS, of NAS Jax; A. H. this year's Atlantic Fleet matches
10thThird Naval District these awards. FannlngATCSof NATTC Memphis, the largest participation on record. of
James F. Espenschied, PR2 of the Tenn.; J. C. Nixon, TD2, of NAS With some of the shooters doublingup Clay
Test Pilot School at Patuxent River, Those marksmen winning the Cecil Field, Fla.; E. I. Smyda In both events 192 fired the pistol In t!
a Md., won the Individual Rifle Championship "Captain's 10" rifle awards In order PHCA, of NATTU Pensacola, Fla; while 158 fired the rifle.

behind a score of 485-27v of precedencewere: EmU PrasHck,
out of a possible 500. Runnerupof AOl of NAS Oceana, Va.; Lieute-'
the rifle competition was Emil nant Commander Robert A. Gastonof
IATLANTIC' Praslick, ACI of Oceana, Va., who the Naval Station, Washington, Serving: NAS.-Cecil M\\
fired a 48141v. D.C.; George H. Brennan, GMGC of
yY I The Atlantic Fleet Individual Robert
NTC Great Lakes I1L; J.
Pistol Champion Is D. L. Hamilton, Kasper, PNCA, of Mobile Construction J and the
AD2 of NAS South Weymouth, Battalion 7, Davisvllle, R.I.;
FLEET INDIVI- Mass., who scored 57315x. Hamilton Joseph J. Galica, AMECA, of the 1 KPIT
DUAL PISTOL CHAMPION, D. placed second last year in the Naval Station Key West, Fla.; Alfred
L. Hamilton, ADR2 from South National Matches at Camp Perry, Sasules ADJ2, of VT22, NAAS
Weymouth, Massachusetts, receives Ohio. Rurmer-up In the pistol course Kings vllle, Tex.; Matt B. Burns, : AREA
a pistol from Captain was T. C. Nixon, TD2, of VF-174, ACCA NATTC, GlyncO, Ga.;C.R. BUY YOUR
James R. Compton, NAS CO. NAS Cecil Field. He fired a 658- Richardson, ICCSSS) of the SubmaATLANTIC ;

(Marc Official Whetstone U.S. ,Navy J01))Photo by llx score. IIORILE 0 It 1 1 E HOMEFROM 0 E




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mand, accepts a rifle from FLEET PISTOL TEAM CHAMPIONS FROM 5ND
James R. NAS "We Trade Anything From Billygoats to Battleships"HUGHES
Captain Compton,
(Official U.S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOn)
CO, for winning the top spotin
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I State Stocking NE Fla. WatersThe l', 1

Florida Game& Fresh Water
Keystone Heights Area.
I Fish Commission, In Its consta'nteffort Other rivers scheduled to
I to provide more and better
receive fingerling black bass are
fishing for the sportsminded of the Econflna and Steinhatchee In
Florida, has announcedthat
Northeast addition to other waters In the
it Is In the process of stock- Branford-Perry vicinity.
of this
and rivers
ing many According to Frank Arrendale,
region, according to Brantley' Regional Fisheries Biologist for
Goodson, Regional Manager North the Commission, "each of these
east Region. bodies of water have been sur-
Areas that have already been veyed as to their fish population
stocked are the Suwannee River needs prior to stocking. This is
Pond In Osceola National
necessary to prevent indiscrim-
Forest and Palestine Lake, northof inate stocking which may resultIn THE CAPTAIN'S TEN-Coptain James R. Compton, the NAS Commanding Officer stands among
Lake Butler all In the vicinityof stunted fish In overpopulatedlakes. the top ten Individual winners In both rifle and pistol competition in Atlantic Fleet Rifle and
Lake City.Scheduled. ." Pistol Championships held at NAS Jax. This was the first year that shooters had received the
to be stocked withinthe "As a result of previous stock- Captain's Ten award. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOn)
next few days are a numberof Ing and Increased water levels,

Clay the streams Duval Jacksonville and rivers Nassau and Starke CountiesIn lakes and In bigger Arrendale.fishermen catches are this already Spring"realizing says hobby Shop lias Electronics Mural Tennis

At the NAS Hobby Shop.elec- During May nearly 100 partici-
tronic-minded hobbyists have ma- pants logged In at the electronics Slowly MovingIntramural
,' I I EL 6-4247 space equipment and cap- shop. These Individuals vary from
able assistance available seven people checking radio and TV* tubesto tennis players are
days a week to aid them with their hobbyists constructing Items slowly moving through a thirty two
projects.The from various hobby kits. entry bracket at various courts on
63 MODELS Special Services facility Isa Regardless of your hobby Interest the base. All but one first round
well planned hobby center with you are likely to find the match Is over, sending fourteen to
various hobby sections providedfor equipment at your diposal at the the losers bracket (where they
BUDGET all militarypersonneland their NAS Hobby Shop Bldg. 896. will meet new opponents) while
dependents.An the winning fourteen continue to
instructor, William Powell Linksters Meet battle each other on the winners
RENT-A-CAR* is there daily from 4 p.m. to SundayAn
10 p.m. to check out such equip- All-Station mixed 2-ball golf Athletic Director Frank
ment as signal generators voltage tournament Is on tap at the NAS McCaffrey noted that the tour-
FULLY meters battery eliminators and Golf Course for Sunday, June 16. nament Is dragging a bit and urged
EQUIPPED more. The most recently pur- All active duty5,'retired personneland that participants make an effort
chased piece of equipment Is aSam's Flub members are eligible to In the near future to get their
Photofax, a schematic participate. Registration informa- matches played. Too, It Is the responsibility -
showing the wiring diagram of tion may be'! obtained at the NAS of each player to notify -
most radios and TV sets, said Pro Shop. the Athletic Office of the out-
Powell. come of each match It was stat-

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"'''' :'. > ;' ed.A schedule for doubles play Is

.... unavailable at this time.
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n0t\ ws CARRY-OUT ORDERS sign on a building which said:
&Y e\ m s One of the tourists turned to
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\**\ eSR BEER AND BANQUET j, the guide 'and asked "Why does
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63 FORD GALAXIE 500 . . .$2395 59 FORD CONVERTIBLE . .$1095 59 VAUXHALL . . . .$495
4-door Auto trans., R&H. Like new. Auto trans., R &,11, P.S. & P.B., Tutone 4-dr. Sedan, Extra nice.

62 CHEVORLET . . . .$2595 blue. Extra ni:'X
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Convertible. Auto trans., R&Ii, Power steer- 60 BUICK EL JTRA .$1695
2-dr. Hard-top, R&H, Auto trans.
ing, red inside and out. 4-door, A.T ''R&H,. P.S.. WSW. Clean.

62 IMPALA . . . . .$2295 61 GALAXI2 <"". '. .1695 ,1 55 CHEVROLET BELAIR . .$395
4-dr., hard-top, power steering & brakes, V-8 2-dr. Hardtofc?;"V-8, Auto Trans., R&H, Tu- ; Auto trans., R&H

Auto trans., Like new. tone, Red & White, P.Steering.
62 FORD . . . . .$2195 61 .$1895 56 BUICK . . . . .$495:
Country Sedan. Blue and white, V-8, Auto 9-pass. wagon. V-8, A.T., R&H, WSW tires. 4-dr., Hard-top, V-8, Auto trans., R&H.

trans., R&H, Power Steering, 2 to choose 61 MONZA COUPE . . .$1695
55 DODGE . . . . .$495
from. 1 with air conditioner. Auto. Trans. Bucket Seats. R&H.
2-dr. Hard-top, V-8, Auto trans., R&H.
62 COMET . . . . .$1795' 62 CHEVROLET BEL AIR .$1895

Auto trans., R&H. Like New. 4-dr., V-8, Stand shift, R&H, Air Cond. 56 FORD . . . . .$495
62 CORVAIR MONZA . . .$1695 62 GALAXIE 500 .$2495 4-dr. Hard-top, V-8, Auto trans., R&H.

5 61 to CHEVROLET Choose from!IMPALA . .$1495 Factory 4-dr. Hardtop.Air Conditioned.V-8, A.T., R&H, P.S. & P.B. 56 FORD . . . . .$495
Straight stick, R&H, Over-drive.

60 6-Cyl.CHEVY auto STATION transmission.WAGON R&H. . .$1395 62 FORD .$2295 56 FORD WAGON . . .$495
Convertible V-8, A.T., P.S., WSW, Golden
4-dr., 6-cylinder Auto
6-Cyl. Stand shift. One of the nicest cars trans., R&H.
Rod Yellow. White Top. Low Mileage.
on our lot. 62 FORD WAGON . . .$2295
59 FORD GALAXIE 500 l195V8 8-cylinder, Auto trans., R&H.
4-dr. Sedan, V-8, A.T., P.S., Air Cond.
Auto trans., R&H, P.S., Solid black. 57 FORD . . .. . ..$495
59 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN . .$1195 Hard-top, 2-dr., V-8, Auto trans., R&H
4-Dr., V-8, AT, R&H, PS & PB, Air Cond.
9-pass. standard shift, heater. $1995 55 FORD . . . . .$395
. . .$795 63 FALCON FUTURA .
59 PLYMOUTH WAGON 4-dr. Sedan, V-8, Auto trans., R&H
Straight stick, R&H. 4-Dr. Stand. Trans., ,Heater, WSW, Vinyl

61 FALCONS . . . . ???? Trim, New Car Warranty. 52 HILLMAN . . . .$245
4-door sedans. 5 TO CHOOSE FROM!! 63 FORD .$2395 4-door. sedan.
4-Dr. Sedan, V-8, A.T. R&H, WSW, White
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