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Creation Date: July 11, 1962
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VOL. 21 NO. 18_ U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 11, 1963FAW11




RAdm. Goldthwaite Assumes CFJ ..


w w *t. Post With 43 Years ExperienceBy



Mae Spencer, J01
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The loss of a star didn't concern him as much as the fact "would I get the job?" That was the reactionof
Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, as he assumed duties as Commander, Fleet Air Jacksonville and
Naval Air Bases Sixth Naval District, last Monday. Admiral Goldthwaite took over the reins of command
from Captain Vincent F. Casey who has served in the position since the retirement of Rear Admiral

Joseph. M..Carson on Friday, June 28.
vice Admiral Goldthwaite voluntarily -
_; dropped In rank to rear the station In 1940," he said. He Chief of Naval Air Basic Train-
admiral to take this assignment.This was In charge of flight training and Ing and Deputy Commander In .
Iti is the admiral's second stayed on until 1942 and the United Chief, Atlantic Fleet.
tour here In Jacksonville. "I was States' entry into WWII, when he As Chief of Naval Air Training

? Y '1g s ( among the orginal officer group at reported to the carrier USS Bel- Pensacola, Admiral Goldthwaitewas
i rsr $ leau Wood, as executive officer. awarded a Gold Star In lieu
*
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a here of the Third of Merit for
I "My goal to strive for Legion
New he continued, "will be to obtain exceptionally meritorious con- "
Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwaite Accepts maximum readiness with safety. If duct--in connection with the
Commander Fleet Air, Jacksonville this were done I would really feel Leadership Program of the United
and Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District lax Phone like I had done something. WhenI States Navy. He established the
(Official U.S. Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) go to a new command I like to Chief Petty Officer Academy at
get around and sense a feeling of Pensacola to insure that petty officers -
Directory"This what the situation is. In hie command had sound
Radio Graduates His former command was as understanding of the moral foundations -
Commander Western Sea Front- of leadership, as well as
Is certainly symbolic of ier, San Francisco, Calif. solid grasp of the up-to-date
Lead By Vp. 7' Mortin Jacksonville and a very nice thingto With 43 years of naval service, techniques in both the psycholo-
s do," said Jacksonville's newest counting four years at the Naval gical and managerial aspects of
Admiral, Rear Admiral Robert Academy from which he graduatedIn leadership. He also established a
C. J. Mortin,an airman assignedto Goldthwaite, as he received the 1924, the veteran aviator has Moral Leadership Workshop for
Patrol Squadron Seven grad- first copy of the 1963 telephone had a variety assignments rang- educators, clergymen law enforcement -
uated with honors July 3 from the directory.. The copy was pre- ing from battleships to carriersto officials and other representatives \\
Fleet Air Wing Eleven Radio sented by John A.Tucker,Southern air stations to staff duties. of civilian activ
School. His average for the 13- Bell's Jacksonville District Man- I He has served in the battleships, ities.With
week course was 77.51. ager. USS California and USS Colorado; a vast amount of knowledgeof
Mortin headed a class of five Admiral Goldthwaite, assumed the carriers, USS Lexington USS the Navy and its weapons the
air crewmen who are now qualified duties as Commander Fleet Air, Ranger, USS Belleau Wood, USS admiral has this to say about
as prospective radio operators Jacksonville and Naval Air Bases, Saginaw Bay, USS Coral Sea, USS Polaris submarines and the. role of
In patrol bomber type alr-I Sixth Naval District, on Monday. Lake Champlain, and the cruisers, the carrier in the future:
craft. His classmates were: T.J. The directory presents a col- USS Northampton and USS "The Polaris submarine and the
Kolles AX3 of VP-16 who finished orful salute to the U. S. Navy in Philadelphia.Some carrier are two entirely different
the course with a mark of 76.96; the area. Sketched on the green of his shore duty assign- weapon systems. The Polaris Is
A.W.Burknard. AN of VP-16; R.J. directory cover Is the attack ments Include Commanding Of- primarily a deterrent toward a nuclear -

Gillespie, AN of VP-7; and J.S. t carrier Saratoga which is home- ficer, NAS, Quonset Point, R.I.; war.
Stephens AN of VP-30. 1 1s ported at the Naval Station, May- Head of the Fleet Air Operations "The carrier has many roles....
Completion certificates were port and currently on maneuversIn Branch In the Office of the Deputy it plays a part In the nuclear war
presented the graduates by CaptainL.P. the Mediterranean. Chief of Naval Operations;Chief or a small Isolated war. World
Pressler, Commodore of the Distribution of 213,500 copiesof Staff, Commander Second Fleet; War II and particularly Korea
Wing. f the new Jacksonville telephone Commander Heavy Attack Wing brought out the carriers role Ina
The radio school curriculum Is directory, a record number,began One; Director, Fleet Operations small war.
', Monday In the Greater Jackson- Division, Office of the Chief of "We can handle the diesel,

( ) AN (continued on page 4)) Naval Operations, Navy Dept.; (continued on page 4)IJI. )
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Officials HereCarson 1



J01) read:
"Dear Kirk:
was paid special "I learn with sincere regretof
for her your forthcoming departurefrom
Navy Relief during the Jacksonville. area Incident -

1"J in Captain to your husband's orders,
office. and that you must therefore vacate
station command-
your position as Chairman of
of
president the Volunteer Women for the Navy Relief
( ) presented Society's local Auxiliary."I .
with an In-
know of
want you to my
and
a congrat- deep personal gratitude for your
behalf of
retired
many months of faithful and devoted -
M. Carson. service to our Auxiliary."Our ..-.... ..... _...
during his tenure
Fleet Air Jackson volunteer program, IN APPRECIATION Mr. Kirk Horton receives appreciation
president. which you were instrumental In plaque from Capt. James R. Compton on behalf of RAdm. J. M.

/ signed by Admiral (continued on page 4)) Carson (ret.) (Official Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01))



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Keep Freedom In Your FutureUnited -

Violation RecordFollowing JA A*** NEWS" I

States Savings Bonds, from the time of the origin of the

program In 1941, have played two highly Important roles In the development of motor 'I
of American Ideals. They first provide for the Investora Is a report

means of saving safe and profitable. And secondly, the purchaseof vehicle accidents and traffic violations The'JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper I

Savings Bonds, by spreading the national debt among the Investors, for the period July 1 published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

gives every man the opportunity to share In the obligation of democratic through July 7. Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a

government. private firm. AU coPy submitted for use in the JAX AIR

There are two varieties of NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis NEWS must, be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
175. for the first two
Savings Bonds available, their dif- per year Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on. Monday before
and $240. for the week period July 17).6Total )
years per year (
derences being In the way which publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources-.
next eight years. At the end of Accidents this year

savings and Interest accrue and are 10 years at the age of 49, he gets through July 7 7 . . .142 Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. .
paid. solicited by the publisher and
his $6,000. worth of Series "H" Number of Accidents through Advertisements are queries

Series "E" bonds are the type back. In a 28 year period, this July 1962 . . 165 concerning such should be directed the Holt Publishing
most often purchased due to the Drive Jacksonville 8 Florida
man has Invested$4,406.75 and received Company, 4724: Clyde -
fact that their purchase price Is 359-0271.
Telephone 359 5140 or
within the of all Incomesand In exchange 8270., a gainof NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE
range
$3,863.25 all for a Investment -
monthly LAST INJURY IN MOTOR
they mature in '
only seven
and nine months. These of $18.75. VEHICLE ACCiDENT....... 29 VOL. 21 NO. 18 JULY ", W
years Savings are for the purpose of J
bonds accrue an Interest of 33/479
compounded seml-annually and spending, and a systematic and regular NUMBER OF VIOLATIONS

are purchased at 3/4 of face value. too: savings plan will enable you THIS WEEK..................57 Following Too Closely

That Is to say, when purchased, Provide a cash retirement fund. Speeding . . .17

a $100 Savings Bond costs $75 Provide financial protection In Reckless Driving . 3

but 7 years and 9 months laterIt case of emergency. Going through Stop Sign 2 Causes Many Accidents
be
may redeered at Its face Purchase home. Other Violations..35 .
value of $100. Also, its cash valueat a drivers before
business of Forty-one appeared -
any time after purchase reflectsthe Start Educate a children your own. the Traffic Hearing Board at For all accidents, ranging from not serious to very serious, the

Interest which has been accru- your or yourself. the held 8. violation most often occurring Is following too closely. This ends
Provide for meeting on July
ing. It can be converted to cashat Help maintain an estate a sound your national family. Disposition of the cases Include the up usually (if speed Isn't high) In property damage, only. But It also

any time In any bank. These following: 12 lost driving and kills people and Injures them, sometimes permanently--even at "mod-

bonds can be bought In denom- economy.There which parking privileges aboard station erate" speeds In town or city traffic.In .
are two plans by
inations of $25., $50.,$100. and up. Savings Bonds be acquiredwith for various periods, 15 were assigned our lists of trouble-causing Isn't It?

Series "H" bonds are mostly ease and regularity.may Theseare to complete an eighthourcourse violations, only the top five have Also a good reason for being
purchased by those desiring sound been Included for all accidents and
the Bond A Month Plan and In remedial driving Instructions alert against violations by others-
investments with constant Interest 25 had for fatal ones, alone. Everyone else's violation
suspended somebody can
the Bond A Quarter Plan. As their pen-
-.._ ... payments. They are bought at par titles Imply, the first registers an alties, four were given warnings, of them Is a factor In thou- make you the victim.
face value ($500., $1,000 or and three sands of accidents. But, they'renot Remember
allotment to buy for you each month were referred to com- : there's an accidentIn
$10,000)) and an Interest check is the size bond you desire. The manding officers for possible disciplinary the only ones. Florida every 4 1/2 minutes.

received every 6 months at an second does the same over a 3 action.Register Will It surprise you, for example Not very good odds to buck and

average of 3 3/411/0/ over a 10 year month period, dividing the monthlycost to know that Improper all the more reason to be
!
The of Series "H"
period. beauty of the bond Into three. Eithercan Now For Fall starting from parked position -- Cautious....,Care ful.....Cou rteous.
Bonds Is their In
use con-
Savings be easily registered through which may seem t minor offenseis Driving Is a full-time job.
junction with Series "E" bonds. Cecil Kindergarten
your disbursing office. a factor In more than 10,000
Income Tax savings and a constant
Income In later years can gained The way you save makes the difference Registration Is now being heldor Florida accidentS a year? That Birth Certificates
In future and some fatal accidents when
by the exchange of Series "E" your your the fall term of the NAS occur
country's future. Your money Is Cecil Field someone parks In an ille allocation
Kindergarden. Tuitionof
Savings Bonds for Series "H". An Needed For Fall
working for freedom too, when ?
you $13.50 a month includes
example will show clearly how this reg-
be done.A build your personal security with istration and supply fees. Thereare In other words, every kind of
may U.S. Savings Bonds. The strengthof traffic law violation School TermThe
21 year old sailor decides to no extra charges, It was pointed contributes to
your dollars can be the stren- the accident toll.Isn't .
begin a systematic savings plan gth of this Use those dollars out.A
and so he registers a bond a month country. highly qualified teacher Is
wisely and well;Invest In your The Hint Pretty Clear? State Board of Health today -
allotment to begin In July of 1963. under contract and the class will
and "Keep freedom In who have
This $25. bond cost him $18.75r country your be restricted to a maximum of urges parents
future" by buying United States 25 The point of all this talk about children starting to school this
month. During the next 17 youngsters.
Bonds. safe driving Is fall to obtain birth certificates
ars and 9 months he purchasesa Savings Persons Interested may call quite plain:
traffic law
total of 213 bonds worth $5,587.for 389-2033 for further Information. violations play a partin Immediately.
which he will have paid r nine out of 10 accidents. Good Everett H. Williams, Jr., dir
reason not to break those laws, ector of the board's Bureau of
3993.75 and have received interest -
in amount of $1,593.75. By Vital Statistics, said "We have

this time he Is 39 years old. the same number of employeesthe

The man now has the option of year round. Right now we're

olding these bonds and receiving processing about 500 birth cer-

continued Interest, cashing them In "All Saints" tificates a day. If the past is

for face value or transferring any Indication, many parents will

rpm: to Series "H" bonds, whichii wait until August to make requestsand

:decides to do. He is looking forward Holds GraduationAll since we can handle only so

to his retirement.By many a day, any last-minute rushIs

adding $413. cash to his almost bound to cause Incon-

Series "E" Bonds, he exchangesthem veniences.
for $6,000. worth of Series Saints Vacation Bible School "Your child could miss an

"H" Bonds which will pay him students ranging in ages from 5 entire year of school unlessa
r to 16 years old.graduated from two birth certificate is obtained In

M weeks of Instruction time. We fast servicenow
recently at can give
-Dependent Teacher Policy J the NAS Protestant Chapel. but later during any rush the

Superintendent of this summer's service will be slow."
Spelled Out '
by Navy Reg school
was Chaplain D. G. Application for a certified copy

; \, J14 Dleffenwierth, a Navy Reserve must Include the full name of

Washington (AFPS) The Navy ",'. .. lieutenant commander who Is the child; the full name of the

has stated its policy regarding -:;, (\ pastor of the South Side Estates father; the full maiden name of

hiring of Navy and Marine Corps ,,.. ,' Methodist Church In Jacksonville. the mother; the daymonthyear,
;
wives as teachers In Navyoperated ,> Assisting in conducting the programs city and county of birth; whetherthe
,
dependent schools at over- f, were Mrs. and
James H. child Is male or female;
seas locations where their hus- Franklin assistant superintendent, the child's race. The original birth

band are stationed. Mrs. Howard E. Waters, music certificate number should be Included -
11irley
BUPERS Instructions 1755.16 director, Mrs D< K. Gilchrist, If possible. If the child

lists detailed qualifications for pianist, plus a host of Sun- was born In another state, the

these teaching positions and instructions day School teachers who' taught certificate must be obtained from

for applying for such kindergarden primary, Junior and that state.A .

employment. junior-high classes. full photo copy or wallet-
Among the qualifications listed The Bible School activities were sized card encased In plastic may

are: American citizens with aBachelor's climaxed by a graduation ceremony be obtained. The type wanted

degree; at least 18 during which the children per- should be specified. A fee of one
semester hours of course work In BIBLE SCHOOL GRADUATE Miss Kim formed a flag-bearing
Spicuxxa receives her procession dollar for each copy or card must
M- the field of professional teacher kindergarten diploma from her teacher Mrs. Imie Merrill. She and down the aisle and sang various accompany the application. Application -
certain teaching experiences her classmates *ngs. The
education; recited bible verses during graduating ceremonies kindergarden class forms be obtained at
and good physical con- in the All Saints Chapel which climaxed this summer's vacation students, upon receiving their county health departments may but a

dition. bible school activities.Official( Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone) verse diplomas to the, each, recited a Bible letter will be adequate lilt con
audience.
tains all the above Information.





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port as a carrier base Is the good
Directory Admiral weather In the operating area.
addedthe
ALTo, admiral"you are
to out to the
-r. _..(continued from page 1)) (continued from page 1)) area quickly.get" operating
vine area. These 9,185 additional Queried on his opinion of the
snorkle submarines with our
copies type local beaches, the
represents an increase offensive greying aviator
of 4.8$ over the number of dir- present weapons..theremay revealed that, "I would rather
be some losses. The sub-
ectories delivered last swim at Atlantic Beach
year, according more than
marine defense of the East CoastIs
to Tucker. more comprehensive than on the any other beach in the world Including -
A new feature of the directoryis West." Waiklki. But I think Pen-
an index of Yellow Pages head- While Admiral Goldthwaite was sacola is the prettiest beach I have
Ings which is located directly in serving in Washington D.C. the seen. Even 'though I was born in
front of that section. The index Idea of the antisubmarine force Montgomery, Ala. I love the
lists alphabetical' all of the head- was conceived for the Atlantic. It ocean." The admiral has a homeat
ings and their page numbers. was later organized In the Pacific. Atlantic Beach. It was built in
The printer of directory said The admiral is a big boosterof 1947, he explained, and outside ofa
that more than 685,440 pounds of Mayport. In fact, he was Instrumental few days here and there he never
>11. paper were used in printing the while In Washington, bad the opportunity to live there.
Jacksonville directory as well as In writing the orders which sent The admiral and his wife, the
13,450 pounds of ink and 7,000 the first carrier, USS Lake former Miss Hathaway Crenshaw,
pounds of glue. Champlain, to the Northeast list their official residence as 1475
Tucker said that the new directory Florida carrier basin. He later Beach' Ave., Atlantic Beach, Fla.,
should not be used until served In the Champlain as Com- but will reside In Quarters A
July 15 at which time the old directories mander Carrier Division Two. aboard the base during their tour

D 4 all subscribers.should be destroyed by "The main advantage of May- here.


Mrs. Hortoncontinued
dial EV 8-7676

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establishing Is, in my estimation, b MILITARY
a model of effectiveness throughout -
the Society. You have been
completely dedicated and selfless AUTOlIAB11.W(1HSURANCF(
FIRST 1964 TELEPHONE DIRECTORY -- In the Jacksonville area I In pursuing the Society's obJectives -
was presented to Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, Commander, and you have been a tower
FUet Air, Jacksonville and Naval Air Bases, Sixth Naval District of strength, indeed, In the organ-
by John A. Tucker, Southern Bell's Jacksonville District Manager. ization and administration of our ;; .
(Official U.S. Navy Photo by FAPL) local Navy Relief Society program.In cE
my mind, you deserve no less 'McDOUGALL'S SffiB1
than the award of the Society's 0483 Roosevelt BlTd.NMT NAfrJackMOTfflt'STEADY
"Certificate of Service" accompanied .t
by the "Meritorious
Service Pin", and I nominate you 1
BACK TO for this award to National Head- 1i

quarters. However, the Head- i
quarters advises me that, since :
II SCHOOLDRESSES you have previously achieved this
same recognition, and In con- !
K essrtm wean u x sonance with the Navy Relief
Society's policy, a second awardof
this nature to the same In-
dividual not permissible.
"Accordingly, I take this
means of expressing the Jacksonville -
JUST ARRIVED!! Auxiliary's appreciation to

.... you. May success continue to
crown your efforts in Navy Relief
First Quality, Beautiful Society work and may good fortune
and happiness be always yours."
Mrs.Horton began her work with
Girls Dresses, Size 7-14 the Navy Relief Society in 1954
while she was with her husbandIn
Charleston, S.C. At this
auxiliary she logged 1,394 hours
There
has
between 1954-5 J. It was there she beenno

DRESSES $ 188) Pin"received. Charleston the "Meritorious was followed Service bya reduction in

brief tour In Guam where she
volunteered 78 hours to Society savings interest ratesat
functions.
Comparable to 2.98 Soon after'' the Horton's arrivalIn Riverside Bank
Jacksonville, Mrs.Horton began
helping to establish the Volunteer
Women program and was appointedIts
._ chairman In April 1961by Rear B% % PER ANNUM '
First Shipment Of Admiral James R. Reedy, then

president Society.In of the Jacksonville ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS

Girls Back To School Dresses52.98 this capacity,Mrs.Horton has
helped to build the Auxiliary'sstature
until today, there are about 1r
30) regular volunteers In the
program, performing such dutiesas
& $3.98 office filing, typing and con-
ducting Interviews. As of last
Monday, she had volunteered 818
hours toward the Jacksonville
Auxiliary's endeavours.In t v
MANY STYLES AND COLORS SIZES 7 -14 addition to the experience w

gained while assisting in the con- dqCKS $
LAY THEM AWAY NOW! ducting of two training courses for

volunteer women here, Mrs.
250 TO ,CHOOSE FROM Horton will arrive In Portsmouthwith
RIVERSIDE BANK
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ledge in the operation of Thrift 1234 KING STREET 384-7541
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:WoyP ,r H() G C M u rp h' YO. ByoV| Roosevelt layettes and capably performing
Extra Charge Mail nearly every task asked of a Navy
Relief Volunteer.
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at SHANNON BROTHERS, INC. 25,000th BABY BORN Mrs. Thomas Robinson III 'Is holding the newest member of.thV Robinson
family, born on July 4th. Little Thomas Is the 25,000th baby to be born here at the Naval Has-
in the big yellow building ((11th & Main) pitol. The Robinsons two other sons look on. (Official Navy Photo by FAPL)



. New RenaliltsePeuaeotseStudebakers.PHONE EL 6-3993 25,000th Baby Arrives Movies

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Movies will be shown regularlyat
At Naval HospitalBy 7 p.m. on Monday through Sat-
urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.on Sat-
urday; and Sunday, at the Malnslde
Chris Cole, SN and NATTU Theaters and at7p.m.
only on Sunday at the Hospital
July Fourth Is a day of parades, to be born at the Naval Hospital. Theater. These times are subjectto
fireworks and the celebration of The Robinson have two other change.
this nation's Independence. children, both boys, ages five and w .
But there was also another three. "Dad" Robinson, an AE2 Thursday, July 11
celebration taking place 'at the is attending AE "13" School hereat Malnslde Girl of the Golden West
Naval Hospital here.At 12:05: p.m., the Naval Air Technical Train- NATTUnlt Son of Flubber
a 7 lb. 10 oz. baby boy was bornto ing Unit. Hospital KimFriday
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Robin- Captain J.M. Hanner, Hospital
son HI. Although, the birth of a Commanding Officer was on handas July 12
child is not an unusual occurance, guest speaker for the ocassion.He Matnside Sound and the Fury
this one was as little Thomas also officiated at the plantingof NATTUnlt Girl of the Golden West
Robinson, IV was the25,000thbabyWe another Crepe Myrtle tree,thus Hospital Son of Flubber
making a total of 25 trees, one
for each 1,000 babies born. Saturday, July 13
Capt. Hanner presented Thomas Matnside Jessica
Robinson, IV with a $25 savings NATTUnlt Sound and the Fury
bond to, be used for his own per- Hospital, Girl of the Golden West
Feature........ sonal use in later years.A .
Sunday, July 14

Drive In Service Malnslde Fiend Without A Face
Open Mon., Sat., 7-f ::30 NATTUnlt Jessica
Dry Fold 8C lb. station-master asked the perspiring Hospital Sound and the Fury
Min load 50C and puffing commuter,
Wet or dry 5$ lb. "Did you miss your train?" .Monday, July 15
Shirts finished 2U lb. "No," the commuter said. "I Malnslde Come September
Dye WorkWesteonnutt didn't like the looks of it so I NATTUnlt Fiend Without A Face
At lU3rJ 771.2856 chased it out of the station." Hospital Jessica

Tuesday, July 16

Malnslde Rome Adventure

tag\ : Mil 1 Ml NATTUnit Hospital -Fiend Come Without September A Face


Wednesday, July 17
1 and the
Mainside Mania
rf-I NATTUnit Rome Adventure
.1 BUTAREA l Hospital Come September

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:.I Greyhound offers new, reduced special furlough fares for
military personnel at NAS Jacksonville. Frequent schedules BUY YOUR Navy Studies Tissue Bank. -
exclusif Scenicruiser Service arid a whoppinq 150 To Meet Potential NeedsThe

pound I baggage>> allowance, tool For'economy II 1 I OBILE! I! I L E! HOME 0 E EFBOM' Navy Is stepping up a research -

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R.ducd lurlough Ions good on oil Greyhound.clteJul. For.xamp/a/ tissues and whole organs to
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New york........ 12.$28.15 Tampa, Fla....... 15...$ 5.35 MOBILE HOME DEALER The trend of transplanting living -
Washington, D.C. 9.$20.80 Charleston, S.C.. 7...$ 7.75 tissues and whole organs suchas
''AtIGnt, Ga..11...$ 9.90 Cincinnati, Ohio. ..!$21.80 f JS) CuJI I Y' "iA"), ;"'T'O"f :;;':W'/ yl .1 1 the kidney from one person to
another has about the needto
.- 'Sp.ei.l,round trip I.".for military partortn.l on P",furioulh or",v,. 17."> ..' : / I' i I )'f;:'M1I' i] < ;I;<, r:1: brought
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Thursday, July 11 Thursday, July 11 Thursday, July 11 /

Country and Western Night March Wilson and the Red Coats Happy Hour 8:00 p.m. l1:00P.rn.,. GOODHABTTU

Friday, July 12 8:00 p.m. midnight Friday, July 12

Friday, July 12 Dance to Johnny Arnold "4"
Dance to Bud Clark ,' \
8:30p.m. midnight. (/ Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings Saturday, July 13 I"

Saturday, July 1 13'': 9:00 p.m. -, 1:00 a.m. Dance to Phil Cay

Dance to Mark Castle Saturday, July 13 Adult swimming 8:00 p.m. UAV-%

8:30: p.m. midnight March Wilson and the Red Coats 11:00 p.m.

9:00 p.m. 1:00 a.m. GET /
Sunday, July 14 Sunday, July 14 WUNMX
Sunday, July 14
Game Night Dance to Bud Clark
5:30: p.m. 8:30: p.m. Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings HAVYJCREIHT UNION 4.8% DIVIDEND
Dance to New Harold Walls Trio 8:00 p.m. midnight
Monday, July 15
Monday, July 15 Monday, July 1 16 Pizza Night
NOWIONEWAY /
Free popcorn from 5:00 p.m.- ? Dining and Dancing 16
Tuesday, July
Tuesday, July 16 Tuesday, July 16 Happy Hour FURLOUGH FARESFOR

Game Night 7:30 p.m. 10:00p.m. Happy HourWednesday

Wednesday, July 17 July 17 Wednesday, July 17

Happy Hour 4:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. Game Night 8:00 p.m. Western Night EXAMPLE:
Music by the Country Drifters .
JACKSONVILLE

Second Nuclear Frigate Scheduled For 64 LaunchFleet. FAW-11 TO

Washington (AFPS) Secretaryof .
the Navy Fred Korth has approved The new frigate is the fifth Continued from Page 1
the name Truxtun. for the Navy ship to be named In honorof NEW YORK 22.20WASHINGTON
International Morse code, typing
second nuclear-powered Commodore Thomas Truxtun
Navy's
and radio procedures.One .
guided missile frigate.She ((1755-1822)). Commodore Truxtun operator
is scheduled for launching served .throughout the Revolu- graduation requisite Is receiving -
19.05
and sending code at the rate
in October of 1964. The first ship tionary War as a privateersman,
of 18 words minute.
of this type, USS Bainbridge, was preying on British shipping from per
under the of
Presently guidance II'
commissioned Oct. 6, 1962, and is the West Indies to the English
Channel. Lieutenant (jg) RM.Hester,FAW-
on duty with the U.S. Atlantic
II assistant communications officer
.Advance For Information and
Reservations
and Chief Radioman N.U.
Available.. ReservationsCALL
Turpen, the schoolwas established
DO YOU NEED EXTRA S' In August of 1952 to alleviate a Travel Any Day Elgin 3-1244
critical shortage of aircraft radio {,

r not"W.'hove"te""a".proven with plan your hot mll'taryclllfl. wIll operators, and extends Its trainingto 150 Ibs. checked baggage Atlantic Coast Line Railroad

.., wh.r.by you can.,1It. 3 aviation squadron personnel allowance, plus baggage 500 Water StreetJacksonville
T % hours dally and earn from '145 to other than those assignee to FAW- you wish to carry. Fla.
$60 p. w.eA: and up. Must hove II units.
c1eal. to malt. money. Car r.qulr.d. ..
No I".tment for sales
equIpment. Call from 5 to 7Thws. "When a man Is faced with two
., FrI.. and Manclay. evils, what is usually the best >anks? for using!} Coast Line"
387,2812 choice?"
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Two Officers Retire t.tt i ) '\I i it
I Capt. WickmanIs 4:, '; ,
.
i I At NARTU Here New Marine \ti: ::'l'1.t;,, /A: ,. ""- -I \;\it\...".,!'l1_\ A' t, ; ; {\I

Two retiring officers were hon- later conducted the Inspection with 'I', I
ored Thursday at the Naval Air Capt. Elliott. The family members ..''! 'j',' '': ,I I'U.
Reserve Training Unit here. were honored guests at the Barracks CO jArL .t'f(. V" :..,
Honored were Commander D.L. Inspection.Both 1 i
Davis, and Lieutenant CommanderF.R. of the officers retired on Lieutenant Colonel Joseph
Romeka. Both men retired 20 years of continuous service and Steven Heltzler presented the
Sunday. have been stationed at the local Marine Corps Flag to Captain iI
Captain Ralph E. Elliott, Jr., unit slightly more than three years George Arthur Wickman in a r7 I Iij
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit each. They are veterans of World change of command cermony last
commanding officer, served as War II and the Korean conflict. Friday on the green across from y v I
host at a coffee for the two officers Cdr. and Mrs. Davis and their the Marine Barracks here. I
and their families prior to two children plan to live In Fort Lt. Colonel Heltzler who reported +: f I
a command personnel inspection Lauderdale. Lt. Cdr. and Mrs. aboard NAS Jax July 18, 1961, I
Thursday morning. Romeka and their three children departed Friday with his wife !
Cdr. Davis and Lt. Cdr.Romeka will remain! In Jacksonville. and four children for Quamico, I
Virginia where they will stay while
the Colonel goes to Senior Officers
COMING School there.
Captain George Arthur Wickman

SOON who was born in Portland, Oregon LL + d' 7H \
joined the Marine Corps and spent I
the first six years of his careeras ,+ ,
20e 20t The Tastiest Barbecue Sandwich an enlisted man. He then wenton ( 1I i'
YOU'VE EVER EATEN! to Korea for two years, thenon N I II
6479 ROOSEVELT to I and I Staff Special Infantry I
in Texas and on September
Boulevard 18, 1961 came to the NAS Marine !

One Block North Of The Main Gate Barracks temporarilyassumedthe where he responsibility has now- CHANGE OF COMMAND Captain Milton H. Bevis hands the i
Ed Moore -Owner of Commanding Officer. Marine Corps Flag to Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Steven Heitiler !

Captain Wickman, along with his Commanding Officer of the Marine Detachment here who in return I
wife, Mary Ellen and their six will present the flag to his successor Captain George Arthur
children Geoffrey 13, Christopher Wickman. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))

10, Brian 9, Candance 7, Jeremy
IV! ACKLE 4, and Amanda 3 reside in Jack VW-4 Hurricane Hunters
sonville.

Welcomed Steve Coady Back To JaxBy


The VW-4 Hurricane Hunters Also on hand to greet the
POINTS THE WAY FOOF'S SPOOFS were welcomed back to Jacksonville Hurricane Hunters at the Dark were
for the 1963 hurricane Hubert G. Mehaffey, Menlnak Club
l. WITH 1951FLORIDA yoUri.L SELPOM CRY season recently with ceremoniesat president; Lou Olsen,"Mrs.Down
IF YOU KNOW the city's Hemming Park and towner"; Mrs. Jean Cook, Down-
Jf r Commander Russell E. Blalack, Defense; and Charles L. Hoffman,
LAND PRICESI! commanding officer of the squadron president of the Jacksonville Navy
and Captain Max A. Eaton, Leaque.
l operation commander from Miami, Cdr. Blalack was given an
t AT EXCITING together with 25 members of the honorary citizenship certificate by
HACKLE- BUILT air unit were greeted in the parkon Martin on behalf of the mayor and
behalf of Mayor Haydon Burns Governor Farris Bryant sent to
by Harold A. Martin, chairman of the squadron the following tel-
:
Deltana the Downtown Council. egram; "With the highest hopes
The ceremonies started here at that you will find very little to report -
NAS with a 25-car motorcade which that will effect Florida, It
IN THE LAND OF THREE SEASONSI I Included Sheriff Dale Carson, Is with a great deal of pleasurethat

_.. t Here I Is your opportunity to Invest 1/1'Florldi'i/ mobile units from local radio and! we welcome back the Navy's
"w' $; ,\' newest and most exciting dtvitopmint Crested TV stations and automobiles Hurricane Hunters to the Sunshine
,, Meckle Brothers, Deltoni
Famous
*' ; by Florida'
} was scientifically designed for growth! It Is carrying members of the squadron. State."
FLORIDA'S %b' located on new U.s. Interstate 14 and In I After the ceremonies at the park,
true area of progress! Homesites ire sellingTRIANGLE
GOLDENt. \{ ,-& now well below market value! Don't mist the SENSATIONALHONDA the group attended a luncheon In
t
'. / 's)?J 4 best! Get all the facts nowl! their honor at the Mayfio"erHotelwhere

'.:h9. 80 n. I 125 FT. HOME- they were the guests of the
\ SITES NCI. CENTRAL *1095 1 Meninak Club. Both Capt. Eaton
DAnONA WATER MAIN AS LOW and Cdr. Blalack told the audienceof
8UCHtJ>
..f.\; AS PER MONTH ; the Improvements In the early
15 _J\)7) .
11TONA ; warning systems that have taken
'fii1 $10 STARTS YOU ON YOUR WAY place In the past 20 years of naval
a TO OWNERSHIP hurricane reconnlssance.
:;:1 f.t.
.ti 't Afi Includes guaranteed low simple interest The squadron, formerly basedat
0IUND0 "6l rate of 5% per annum. NAS Jax, returns every
I (Limited number of oversize standard 1 fae. hurricane! season which extends
COCOA I homesites available on a first-come, first from June 15 to November 16.
o.r-alnchlUlI'Orlllldo llll': served basis at no extra eharjiD(
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1. .i Navy Wives Corner
SCUnJ.EBUTT;

The Navy Wives Club No.. 86
-met last Wednesday at 4; the :Clubhouse "
in Dewey Park' for a pot .4r
luck luncheon.At A
the meeting a discussion was
held concerning the revision of the
bylaws of the Navy Wives Nursery:
It was reported that the new opening
of the clubhouse will be delayed JJs
another month because of renovation

and decorations.In .
charge of the meeting was
Mrs. Phil Parker who was assistedby
Mrs. Thomas J. Bennet; Mrs.
: William King; Mrs. Ben Potater;
iJ.
li
\ > Mrs. Wilbert Wagner and Mrs.
i \ > 1< Richard Wells. J

The club will hold its next meet- ",.,' .,' ..."" !.l..!-'
2000 HOUR CLUB Five pilot from VA-45 received plaques Jm"rrtlBnVllu.rt? successful completion ing July 10 at 7:30: p.m. at Dewey "
the A1H. L R) Cdr. L. CO, Lt. R. R. IYEPI I OLD CHARLIE EATS MOST
of 2000 flight hours in ( to are Park with Mrs. William Riese ANYTHING? HE'S ESPECIALLY
Boyle; Lt. J. H. Fellowes, Lt. R. C. Inman, Lt. E. V. Tetel, Lt. R. H. Smith, And Len GroyDo presiding. Hostesses for the meet- FOND (OF DEPENDENTS. ..*
las Representative. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)) Ing will be Mrs. Harold Krauss;
Mrs. William Klttchellj: Mrs. John
Lee and Mrs. Del Llnsey.

HAS Plankowner C91. Walter Takes Reins

GET AMISSILE

Retires After Of IV Army Fta. SectorThe AGE DEAL !


reins of the Army's Florida Northern Europe structure.
23 Years HereOne Sector Command, IV U.S. Army Cot and Mrs. Walter live at

Corps, exchanged hands July 1 7136 Wedgewood Drive In Jack- NEW CARS
when Colonel Eugene H. Walter sonville. They have ason, Eugene
of the Air Station's
relieved Colonel C.W. Powell as 23, now attending college In West E y Lowest Prices ,
plankowners, Charles E. RIcketts
,
.
the Commanding officer. Virginia. Highest Trade-in Allowance
'retired Friday, June 28 In cer-
emonies held at theOrncer's Club. CoL Walter's Jacksonville .Easy Terms -The Nicesest Treatment in Town
assignment was preceded by a tour v
Ricketts, who was the Super- r
of as the executive officerto '
duty
visor Inspector, Construction Division USED CARS
the Army Inspector General.As
of the Office of the Res- I
ident Officer In charge of Con- the IV Army Corps com- : Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots
manding officer, Cot Walter will
struction had completed 23 yearsof and administration 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave.
coordinate the training H J
Federal service.He .
of about 6,000 Florida Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty
was presented with a letterof Army reservists. He also heads i1 On Every Car Sold
appreciation and a com- ,
;
116 regular Army personnel and
mendation by CaptainJ.A. i
Bentley, directs over 100 civilians em- SHOP IN THE SHADOWOF THE 50-FOOT MISSILE@J
, NAS Public Works Officer in behalf ..
of Captain J.Henry Etter,Director, ployeed by the Army throughoutthe
Southeast Division, Bureau of state.A .
Yards and Docks.A native of Mt. Carmel, Ill., j GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's

native of St. Louis, Mo., he Is a graduate of West Point rt y ;1 _
Ricketts left the employ of an oil Military Academy and during his Center"MARE
J company and took over the position career has been primarily assigned -
of Navy Inspector of New Con- with artillery and coastal
struction here in August 1940. defense commands. During one
Some of his duties here have tour in Oslo. Norway, he was the
Included the inspection of the assistant chief of staff for logistics -ft. SURE
original Installation of the Naval within the allied NATO Forces of r
Col. E. H. Walter IIsn
Station, Mayport, and the h.-
spection of eight floating drydocksbuilt and served with the Army 12th (U.S. Army Photo) YOUR NEW HOME
for the Navy by a local ship- Engineers In France.
yard during WWII. Now that he Is retired the Navy
Ricketts was involved in the con- Inspector plans to devote much of 2nd MarDiv Dependents ISA
struction of nearly every building his leisure time to fishing with
on the Air Station. His untiring his grandsons. He resides at 1334 Offered ScholarshipsWashington
efforts were instrumental main Mapleton Road, Jacksonville. RESALEVALUEPROTECTED
taining good relations between the
The Sec-
(AFPS)
civilian contractors and the
A 7-year-old boy was being ond Marine Division AssociationIs
government; and ensuring that the
structures were built In accordancewith taught the proper way to ask a seeking applicants for its INVESTMENT!
the plans and specifications, girl for a dance by the teacher In $25,000 Memorial ScholarshipFund.
it was stated.A the dance Instruction class. A .
veteran of World War I, half-hour later the kid asked the The fund provides for higher J Preferred Area
teacher do I rid education for orphaned childrenof
"Now.how
get /
Ricketts Maintenance-Free
enlisted on May 22, 1917 Quality Construction
who served with the Sec-
1e of her? men
/ Low Price and Monthly PaymentsIn
ond Marine Division.

Restrictions for eligibility are

6 Complete few. The amount of money avail- Westwood you get all three. .
able to an orphaned dependent is Come out today and see for yourself.
Cover..1d determined by need only.So .
far, only two eligible recipients -
6 6
6 3
&
have taken advantage of the 4 Bedrooms, 1 ]Hi & 2 Baths
d AUTO LIABILITY fund. Both are currently attend- $10,950-S12.800-FHAVA Terms
a
i ) FIRE MARINE HOME OWNERS ing college under the Association's ,Only $63.:.$79 Month

r! Scholarship Program.
CASUALTY LIFE Additional information on requirements -

Low Down Payments. for applying for the CU CONVtNIINT
Easy Monthly Payments scholarship may be obtained by
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., Denver, Colo. Tfct "MIRAUE Mill"
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QUALITY HOMES
MILITARY PERSONNEL
Doctor: "I don't like the looksof By HOWARD and DAVIE COMPANY
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Mrs. Knapp: "Neither do I, 1 Mile West of Blending Blvd.
but he's good to the children."

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Jax Boatmen Join Navy, Coast j

j

Guard For Safe Boating ShowBy

LE1IMI!
Leon Dulin, JOSNA

fleet of 150 boats and canoes traveled In procession up the St. Johns River to NAS Jax, July
4 In commeration of American Independence and to stage a water safety demonstration program.

Nathan "Malley" Mallison, Superintendent of Recreation, and T
well known Trknnvnip. flour_
,...,.... { was the acting monitor for the
Tacksonville-Duval County Safety

Council As each boat went by .... .
I he gave crowd-pleasing descriptions I & '.,-.
:::::::r of everything from '.,. .
dingys to houseboats. 'r\<"' .
: Fourteen boating organizations
J .
,'t
together with the Coast Guard and ,:y. .
I I the Navy were each represented t .. iJ.
;: : I with a candidate for Queen of the 7 F ; .. ,
Y .,
Boating Week Parade. ,
: Some highlights were the recognition -
I of the new Safe Boating ,
Queen, a canoe demonstration anda ;/
II "
LOOK I
FOR MOBILE HOMES BY \
helicopter rescue by a Navy ).
... ', helicopter search and rescue _
I ,
I team. .
The new queen Miss Gloria THE QUEEN AND HER COURT En.an! Frank Elklns escorts
.- Gloria Granger the Queen of Safe her
J Granger, representing the Jax new Boating to pavillion
I Outboard Club, her escort Ensign to view the oncoming boat parade. (Official U.S.NavPhoto by
From Ron Gardner, PH2))
Frank Elkins and.her court were
I
:1-1o Qtoto Mobs -Homea & In U I' brought ashore from a Coast that exercising be Included in one'snormal
... eo Guard cutter to witness the Safe VP-16 Leader routine.

S Boating activities. Recently, the squadron
4857 The Seminole Canoe Club displayed Out In FrontPhysicalwise .nen held their quarterly tests,
Blanding Boulevard different paddles, ways of the lieutenant led them in overall
paddling and canoe safety. They performance He accomplished
..... :
J brought capsized canoes up, the 300 yd. shuttle run in 50
drained them and set them afloat seconds, followed by 16 pullups.
i again while still In the water. The quarterly physical fitness 40 pushups and a Jump reach of
For the next to last event of tests are a good thing, a meansof 22 Inches. To wind up the series
the afternoon an NAS helicopterteam keeping each Individual's phy- of tests O'Brien did 501 sltups.
showed onlookers how Navy sical capacities In top shape. By way of comparison the
Need "on target" money help? survival would take place in the Patrol Squadron Sixteen'sLt.Jg( ) average shuttle run time Is 56
event of a real rescue mission. George O'Brien agrees with this seconds. Most of the participantsdid
I For the last event the U.S. outlook, and maintains that tests 4 pullups, 20 pushups, jumped
Coast Guard-Sheriffs Department need not be unpleasant provided 20 Inches and did 33 sltups.
Conservation Department repre-

t sentative reviewed boat laws for .<, .. ,. . .
attending boat enthusiasts and sug- "

gested 'that anyone having '

7'4 questions pertaining to boating ,& _' ii I
should the local
contact Safety 18 ; 1f4
lit :r f : .. ,
Council or call EL6-3978. :. "
Clubs that were represented in
the gala event were: Elks Boating Ads should U iMlM to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyd Drlv,
Club, Gator Outboard Club, Jock son v U U 8. Florida to arrlv not later than Tuasday for publication "
1M forlowln,tburl4lo,.Ad,.,lvInG too len for this daadlln
l ar..i strltltgshOo Flerida Yacht Club, Jacksonville will be published tha following wk unloss th. publish, I Is In*
Beaches Outboard Club, Jackson- strucUd otharwls. A chock or money ordor for tha full cost of fho
ville Outboard Club, Jacksonville ad must b. r.c.lv.d WITH tha copy for tha ad. DO NOT SEND CASH.

Jetty Jumpers, Jacksonville Water

Ski Club, The Neptune Angles, RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . $1.00
Orange Park Boating Club,Rudder Per additional line ((4 words per line) .35
Club, Seminole Canoe Club, Trout
River Ski Club, U.S. Coast Guard
Auxiliary and the U.S. Power
Squadron. SINGER SLANT NEEDLE EXCELLENT BUY For Boating
Sewing Machine, with console cab- enthusiast a 15 ft. lifetime Fibre-
inet zig zag, sews on buttons, glass run-a-bout with Visor-
Softball
IM makes button holes, fancy designs, Electric Starter-Automatic Bail
blind stitch, original price$289.50 er. A '61' Motor and a Tilt Trailer.
Standing blind stitch, original price Will sell complete for$475.00 Call
28950. Party transferring.Bal- 088-3028
Standings through Friday, July ance $72.25 or pick up monthly
5 were: payments 890. Call 353-1946 or Waterfront Brand new unfurnished
Get a loan from HFCGet AMERICAN LEAGUE CH 6-2282. house for rent. Air conditioned

completely. Electric kitchen 5
the exact loan for your exact need. Pay bills, buya Ordnanpe 13 5. $68. per mo. only $100 dn. rooms, Cony NAS$115.00 mo.2808
car, take a leave. If you need cash for any good purpose NARTU 12 5 buys this 3 BR. 1 1/2 bath home Lake Shore Blvd. EV 81436.
go where VP-16 11 6 eqpd. with Range & Ref. Conv. to

more servicemen ,.ee.:.. MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS AF679 11 7* nas 7 cecil. 355-2631, Service Furnished
Apt. For Rent 8647
VAP-62
24 rs It 6 10 8*
go-to HFC. f ,.,." ffl-II '.,..n ,.r.a VA-45 9 9. Realty Bkr. Old Orange Park Road, 1 BR Dup.
SI00 5.93 $.1.29 $10.01 $$18.48 VP-18 6 12. BOAT FOR SALE FiberglassCabin all utll incL $66.00 Phone CO 4-
200 11.86 14.59 20.14 36.97 A/C Malnt 6 Cruiser with trailer and 50 6834-
Ask about Credit 300 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45 O&R 4 14 12* HP engine. Length 19 ft., 2 bunks
28.97 35.85 49.75 91.78 *
Life Insurance 50f 60t 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 FAW-11 7 11* head and sink.: Ski equipment, Furnished Apt. For Rent 2814
on loan ladder, life preservers, spare Herschell St. 1 BR garage apt utll
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at group rates tcln4uU4 monlUf to/mm ittt tut4it JJ00 anchor, spare tanks, canvas cover incL $60.00 Phone EV 9-5723.
M4 Z%... ..y,,_ilt4n. Hospital 20 1 and other incidentals included.
VP-30 17 3 Price: $1,900. CAPT ALLEN, Going Out Into Civilian Life Soon?
HOUSEHOLD FINANC! VP-7 16 6. NAS Ext. 719. Considering a govt. civil service
ComFalrJax 15 7* position? For Information call
C'oyaf>tita o u Admin 13 9* FOR SALE 1962 Mercedes Benz. 398-6786 or 771-6187 after P.M.
Supply 12 10* 190 D (Diesel) 4-door sedan.
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 Crash& Fire 11 11* Bucket seats radio (AM & FM), For Sale 6666 Burpee Dr. So.

Cedar Hills Shopping Center Dispensary 10 12* 35 mlles/gaL Price: $3,300. 3 BR. IB, LR, DR paneled den.
Marines 7 15* CAPT ALLEN, NAS Ext. 719. Built-in range & oven, disposal
3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 FAETU 6 15 dishwasher Patio, fenced yard 20

3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone 398-4541 NAMTG 2 19 SHORT-TIMERS Train now for min to NAS & Cecil. $250 equity
VU-10 1 20 Civil! Service Jobs.Telephone 733- EV 4-7316 after 5 P.M.JULY .
Above office open Friday evenings until P.M.
denotes completed schedule 0663.



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defeated the CPOs in
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Field.
The corpsmen who had defeatedthe
Chiefs a week earlier, had ALAI Chief Jim Robinson makes a bowing slide into third
gained a 7-0 lead by the third base as Jerry Rudd tries to make the tag inf the CPO-Hospital
inning and continued the momen- Softball game last Saturday (Official U.S.Navy Photo by Ron
+w tum, behind the strong arm of Jim Gardner, PH2)).
Dwiggins, for the win.
The main hitting power for,the
HITTING OFTEN, the Hospital softball tom rolled over the Hospital team came early, mainly
CPOs last Saturday afternoon at Yorktown Field. Eddie Peakis from Dwiggins, Bernie Haugh and
the hitter here while umpire Erroll Behrens and R.E. Warsik Lyle Herzog who drove in Sandy ORANGE PARK
look on. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2)). Wagner and Jerry Rud for some
two runs apiece and intermittentlyscored
themselves. STONE DAY CAMP

1M GoIfStandings Dwiggins got two singles while
Haugh slugged a triple to get two FOR BOYS AND GIRLS 6 to 14
RBI's and send the sixth and
seventh team runs in. Trontpoftatfofl And Lunch $12 50
In the top of the fifth, Wagnerhit Furnished, PER WEEK
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Haugh walked and Joe Sapp or :
Intramural Golf standings through laid down a sacrifice bunt to advance RANGE PARK C04-9996 OTHER AREAS EY9-0546
Friday July 5: the two lead-off men. J.W.
., Bickerstaff popped out to third for .
American League out number two and Lyle Herzog .
Hospital If A" 9 1/2 11/2 singled to center field to- score
A/C Malnt 7 3 Wagner and Haugh for the final
YP-30 "Au 5 3 two scores.
WESTSIDE Admin 5 5 The Chiefs' livliest effort came
Marines 5 1/2 5 1/2. in the bottom of the fourth when
FAW-ll 4 8 C.B. Robinson doubled to score
$ : YP-7 1 11 Jerry Clints, who had earlier got-
ten on base. Robinson then scoredon
National League
an overthrow to second. The
SERVING YP-3Q "B" 9 1 third and final CPO run was made
UPDUVAL SOUTHWEST NARTU 6 3 by Joe Beaugh who came in ona
COUNTY A-45 6 1/2 3 1/2 bases-loaded walk. Dwiggins
I WITH ComFairJax 5 3 fanned William "Tex" Goodson to .... I
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I CONVENIENT I Hosptal[ "B" 5 5 game.
MODERN VAP-62 4 5
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Officers began conductingstrict by the military Is being cut
fresh water fishing license from 141 to only six. The selecj
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the state of Florida. Dead- was made following a study by
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