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Title: Jax air news
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 8, 1962
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VOL..21 NO. 22 JACKSONVillE, FLORIDA PKY\ ljRARY: AUGUST! 8, 1963 I

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By Mae Spencer, J01] I,:
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A quick turn of the earth In front of Building Three by the NAS I

Commanding Officer James R. Compton last Thursday and the Navy (

Exchange's improvement project was launched.
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Notables present for the occas-

sion included Captain James A. troduced Capt. Compton. He out-

Bentley, NAS Public Works Officer lined the aims of the project and

and Resident Officer In Charge of Its financing. "It will provide

Construction; Captain John D.Sul- better operating costs, give more

livan, NAS Supply Officer; Com- display room and greater convenience -

mander J. L. Delany, Navy Exchange In shopping," he stated. The

f ft Officer and Contracting Captain also emphasized that the

j Officer; F. H. Saxelbye and H construction was being financed by w -

THE FIRST TURN goes to Captain James R. Compton, NAS Jax CO, in ground breaking ceremon- Powell C. Powell Architects of the and Saxelbye and non-appropriated funds. )

ies for Navy Exchange improvements. Onlookers are (L to R) Cdr. J. L. Delany, Captain J. A. John McMullen Engineersfirm The construction will Include a I

Bentley, F. H. Saxelbye, H. C. Powell, John McMullen III and A. J. Todd. (Navy Photo by Ron ; and Ill, general 36,500 square foot addition to the
contractor A. J. Todd his assistant existing Main Retail Store,Building
Gardner, PH2.P1)).
27. This will permit the scattered
Cdr. Delany spoke briefly of the stores to be consolidated into one

Improvement project and then in- building.*
Jax Beach Lifeguards Senate Passes



Receive SAR TrainingBy Pay BillThe Patron-16 Hosts 142 :


Senate approved the present

brewing raise for the Armed
pay
Marc Whetstone, J01 Forces last Tuesday, and now the Midshipmen At LecturesThose

Five Jacksonville Beach volunteer lifeguards visited NAS Jax last bill goes before a joint Senate-

week to see first hand how aquatic victims are rescued from the House committee for final deli- 142 Naval Midshipmen touring NAS Jax last week were the
beration. After all differenceshave
water by. SAR (sea-air-rescue) helicopters.This guests of Patrol Squadron Sixteen, commanded by Commander L.H.
been Ironed out, It will be
was the first of several Boon .
get aboard the aircraft. prepared for President Kennedy's i
groups of Red Cross Volunteer "The Idea of the lifeguards observing signature. During the period of July 29 helping to fulfill the antisubmarine
Lifesaving Corps personnel expected 2 the future officers
to August mission.All .
attend this type of rescue," says If there is no change made for
to continuing pro- received series of lectures
here for the Bruce, "Is to familiarize them with the effective date, the bill will a phases of ordnance used by
gram set up purposeof within the
civilian the proper handling of the heli- go Into action October 1, with squadron's spaces patrol bomber crews were demon-
familiarizing lifeguardswith hoist covering all aspects of antisub- strated by Lieutenant (jg) Edward
methods. copter equipment. "Also, raises for the some two million
military rescue added marine warfare. R. Parise while Lieutenant (jg)
the
Coordinator for the Station'sWater survival coordinator, military personnel ranging from
The aerial and
cameras photo-
PJ. Oppenheimer a lectureon
stemmed from Incident estimated month. gave
an $5 to an $230 per
Survival
t Program, H.A. graphic techniques portion of the the detection of submarines
,
which
occurred last off of this
Bruce, greeted the visitors and June Jacksonville Regardless any changes, lectures Introduced
were
by weapons and various equipmentused
Beach. boost will be the first Increase -
accompanied them during their The incident Bruce spoke of took pay In military Incomes since Lieutenant (jg) James S. Taylorand aboard SP-2E aircraft, and

stay.Before place after the lifeguard stationat 1958. L.D. Scarborough, PT2. They the many tasks performed by patrol
the demonstration boats
expressed to the midshipmen the bomber crews.
Jacksonville
Beach received
were launched in the St. Johns a 'importance of In
The of
phone call from a beach resident photography mission Patrol Squadron
River, both the rescue victims to
Sixteen the
who was explained to
be and from NAS reported seeing what was
(pilots crewmen
visitors Lieutenant Commander
believed be by
to a small unmanned
departments and squadrons here) boat outside of the ocean's J.V. Josephson,who's talk Includeda

and the lifeguards heard lectureson breakers.The general breakdown of the squadron's -
uses of survival equipment,
operations. One of the more
that
including life jackets, dye mark- water particular day 9
he stressed
Important points was
M
was rough, making swimming extremely e sr
ers and shark repellent. Actually, -
the of In
difficult. advantages a career patrol
Nevertheless
,
the military personnel periodically
bomber aviation.All .
of the
two lifeguards made it
practice this helicopter-hoist res- of the 142
the midshipmen were
to reported wreckage which
cue method as part of their routine e"+
turned out to be an abandoned taken for a hop In the SP-2E

survival training. child's star-foam boat. Neptune plane, after which thesquadron's
Although the visitors did not
For this discovery, the swim- executive officer,
participate In the demonstrations, _'
Commander William
J. Vaught,
mers were glad. What was aboutto
they observed procedures froma
presented each man with a VP-16
happen to them because ofa
launch which
motor kept within
discarded play boat, however, honorary pilot certificate.The .
about 50 yards of the rescue pickup visit
midshipmen's tojack-
proved perilous.
14-foot observationboat
The
area. Swells and waves became sonvllle Is part of a three-year
was piloted by William Ham, period during which they receivea
treacherous
and of the accompanied by a
SM2 FN
Lloyd Pegues, ,
fierce undertow which restrictedthe broad view of all aspects of
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NAS Boathouse crew. c--- the Navy during summer training
lifeguards' swim
attempts to
Little time had lapsed beforethe
towards shore. Further, the swim- programs. This is to aid them in
watched heli-
lifeguards! a
mers' selecting the fieldof their specialty
anxieties when
grew they
copter, piloted by chief machinist'smate
upon receiving their commissions.
Harrack sighted sharks moving Into the
Richard R. an area. VISITS SUPPLY RAdm. H. F. Kuehl, head of the Naval Aviation -
aviation pilot, hover over the first
victim in the water. Next they saw Meanwhile, the lifeguards on Supply Office, Philadelphia, Pa., met with Capt. John D. Sullivan Interested In Being The

how the 'copter crewman D.M. shore were uneventful In their NAS Supply officer, earlier this week during his annual JAX AIR NEWS SportsWriter .,. ._ i-

Welch, ADR1, assisted in pinpointing attempts to save their colleagues tour of southeastern aviation supply activities. He also visited ? Call ,Ext. 272

the dropping of the res- and
cue hoist and helped the victim (Continued On Page 6)) Fla. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)).



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following is a report '" j

the motor vehicle accidents and traffic The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
Can Help BudgetHow violations for the of
period July distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
28, through August 3. the Holt
Jacksonville Florida by Publishing Company a
would you like to save $1 billion? Most servicemen findIt private firm. AU Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
hard saving a few bucks, much less a billion. But in a round- NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

about way we all played a big part in the $1 billion savings for Fiscal week (period July 28 August Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon Qn Monday before
1963 announced of Defense Robert S. McNamara. News items are welcomed from all >
Year by Secretary publication. sources-
3)). . . . .7
Certainly we cannot take full credit. 'fd'r'he'.saving, but the fact Total accidents this Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
be that concerted efforts' by individual year through solicited the publisher and
discounted by
cannot through Advertisements are queries
August 3. . . 163
servicemen throughout the world quite -n ,Imp'resstve, chunk of the Total Accidents through August concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

overall total was saved. 1962 . . . 173 Company, 4724 Clyde Drive,, Jacksonville 8, Florida ..
There still Is much more than can be done, and since "saving Telephone 359V5140 or 3590271.

starts at home," we can make Fiscal Year 1964 even thriftier.We Number Of Days Since Last

can all do our part by conserving supplies and utilities. In Injury In Motor Vehicle Ac VOl. 21 NO. 22 AUGUST 8, 1963

the barracks, messhalls and our working spaces', money is being cident.I ..,...................*"n......... 21 -JI
burned and thrown down the drain in the form of unnecessary heat-
lighting and water waste. NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
As individuals, we can avoid mishandling of government equipmentand
we can put new emphasis on preventive maintenance. Also any week (July 28 August 3)). .35 There's I anger
beneficial suggestions that could reduce costs or save time shouldbe Speeding..6
presented to the proper authority via the Incentive Awards pro- Reckless Driving . 2
gram. Going through Stop Sign. .2 In Di scourtesyOne
There were many ways in which the individual serviceman helped Other Violations . .25
save $1 billion during the past fiscal year and just as many, If not Thirty-six drivers appeared before -
more, ways to save a similar amount in the current fiscal year. the Traffic Hearing Board of the most disasterous, acts of discourtesy Is the attempt to
(A FPS) at the meeting held on August 5. prevent another driver from completing a passing maneuver by speedingup
Disposition of the cases includedthe as he comes abreast. .
following: Nine lost drivingand Because of the great traffic quent and the most aggravating
The LadderThe man; William A. Tucker, Ware- parking privileges aboard the volume most discourtesylinkedaccidents is the guy who toots his horn
Up houseman to Stockman; EarlandJ.
the instant the traffic
station for various periods; four take place in heavily light changes.
Wentworth, Stock Control Super-
following 34 NAS Jax civil- visor GS-5 to Stock Control Super were assigned to complete an eitht- populated areas. There you are Discourtesy will probably always -
ain In hour course in remedial driving likely to see drivers cutting acrossin be with us to some extent.
employees were promoted visor, GS-6; William N. Wie-
-. instructions 14 had front of other cars, or not However, it can be diminished If
accordance with the Station'sMerit decker, Stock Control Clerk, GS4to ; suspended
Promotion Program. General Supply Assistant,GS-5; penalties; eight were given warn- allowing.other motorists to make everyone takes his normally
Promoted at Overhaul and Re- Kenneth W. Wilkins, Stock Control ings; seven were dismissed and one left turns, or completely blocking friendly attitudes with him when
was referred his pedestrian crosswalks. he enters his car, or when he is
to
pair were: Ruth T. Bolyard, Clerk Supervisor, GS-9 to Stock Con- commandingofficer
Stenographer, GS-3 to same GS-4; trol Supervisor GS-10 for possible disciplinaryaction. Motorists, of course, aren't the about to step off the curb. Alittle
Richard A. Brantley, Mechanical Those promoted from Data Pro- only ones who violate elementary courtesy can save a life.

Engineer, GS-7 to Mechanical En- cessing Department were: NormanF rules of courtesy. Since pedes-
gineer (Industrial Equipment) Barncord, Digital Computer trains also use the roadways they
GS-9; Thomas C. Cairns, Helper Programmer, GS-9 to Digital MDBS Notice should be Included in the discus- Blood Donors
Aircraft Mechanic(motor)to Pipe- Computer Systems Operation sion, too.
fitter; Joseph M, Croft, and Air- Supervisor, GS-11; Lorraine J, The casual way many pedes- Thirty-one enlisted persons recently -
craft Instrument Worker to Air- Benson, Card Punch Operator, trains take their lives in their donated blood to the Naval
craft Instrument Mechanic. GS-3 to Transceiver Operator, Employees Mutual Death Benefit own hands and cross streets in Hospital Blood Donor Center.
Those promoted In the Supply GS-4; Everett W. Holland, Digital Society Notices 219, 220 and 221 mid-block is a neverendingsource Donating blood from Marine Air
Department were: Frank E. Computer Programmer, GS-9 to are issued to advise members of of amazement. Here, the Detachment, Naval Air Technical
Binder, Stock Control Clerk, GS4to Digital Computer Systems Analyst, the death of three of its members. method varies with the sexes. Men Training Unit were: CpL LonnieL
Stock Control Supervisor GS-5; GS-11; Robert B. Langille, Digital Assessment Number 220 Is free. seem to dare the oncoming Green; and PFC David J.
Thomas Clark Jr., High Lift Truck Computer Programmer, GS-9 to As a result of payments by the motorists to run them down while Primeau.
operator to Automotive Crane Operator Digital Computer Systems Analyst, Society, members will now be women just dart across often with: AEA School NATTU donors
; Wilford J. Cox, Stockmanto GS-11; and Richard Sl1bemagel, assessed $2.20 which is now due out even glancing about, relying on were: Mike M. Aldaz, AA; CharlesA.
Property Disposal Assistant, Digital Computer Programmer, and payable. The ten day noticeof chivalry, 1 guess, to keep them Gate AA;Marvin K. Chenoweth,
GS-5; Maxwell L, Flanders,Stock- GS-9 to Digital Computer Systems assessment began on August safe. What these women forget is AA; George R. Clements, AA;
man to Head Stockman; Michael Analyst, GS-1L 7. that chivalry is almost completely Donald 1... Richardson, AA.
Gilhooly, Warehouseman to Stockman Those promoted In the Miscel- Members reminded that cash dead and that a great many of to- AEB School NATTU donors
; Alice W. Harris, Stock Con- laneous group were: Allen 'M. payments will not be accepted.. Jay's drivers are women not men. were: James R. Groover, AE1;
trol Supervisor GS-6 to General Buckner, Cost Accountant, GS-9 The biggest pest of all, the one Joseph B. Lee, AE2; Raymond A.
Supply Assistant, GS-7; JeanetteH. Comptroller Department to Oper- whose discourtesy is the most fre- Newton, AE3; Franklin E. Rose,
Phillips, Clerk-typist GS-2 to ating Accountant,GS-11 Comptroller AE1; CPL John J. Stantion.
same GS-3; Kathryn P. Robinson, Department; Clarke S. Foland, AOA School NATTU donors
Procurement Clerk (Typing) GS4to Cost Accountant, GS-9 Comptroller 'IOU were: PFC Charles M. Cox;RonaldD.
Procurement GS-5 Goodsel AA Paul F. Hoppe,
Supervisor, ; Department to Cost Accountant AA ;
Charles J. Rudeen, Warehousemanto GS-11 Comptroller Department;; U 51OF AN; Martin V.B. Law, AA; RaleighJ.
Stock Control Clerk, GS-4; James P. Kavin, Position Class- ,-.' Miles, AA; Stephen J. West-
James E. Smith, Stock Control Ifacation Assistant, GS-7 IRD to O\ over, AA.
Clerk, GS-3 to Stockman; JohnP Position Classification Specialist, Spvl\ bsaQ AOB School NATTU donors
Therens, Warehouseman to GS-9 IRD; Martha A. Lanier, Accounting .. were: Charles F. Hoffman, AOl;
Stockman; Robert N Thiel Clerk Technician GS-4 Comp- 60 Wilmot Lee Sewell A03; CharlesW.
Stenographer, GS-4 to Warehouse- troller Department to Accounting Tyler, A03; Randoph W.
Technician GS-5 Comptroller Department ; Wright, AOL
-.d yCu ; Judith L. Lindsay, Those donating from the NAS

Clerk-typist GS-3 Public Works Brig were: Carl W, Gerow, SN;
Department to Secretary (Steno- James J. Heron, AA; Harry E,
graphy) Miller Supply ,Department; Lewis, AN; Charles J. Penson
Mary J. Clerk-typist GS-3 AN; Floyd D. Sharpe, SR; Pvt.
Supply Department to ClerktypistGS4 Lowry Smith, James 1... Van Horn,
Data Processing Department; SR; Vincent E. Zoll, AR.
Harry S. Osterman, Guard GS-3
Security Department to Toolroom .
FHA PlansBarbecue
Attendant Overhaul and Repair Department 0 0p

\ p. ; William R. Petrie, wS
Supvy. Cost Accountant, GS-11
Comptroller Department to Same
GS-12; and Albert L. Tanner, aca G1T
Digital Computer Branch 91 of the Fleet Reserve
i Systems Analyst,
GS-9, Supply Department Digital Association will sponsor a bar-
\ Computer Systems Analyst, GS-11 becue dinner at their clubhouse
Data Processing Department.HOPE 8554 Roosevelt Blvd. on Monday,
a September 2.
Tickets are expected to go on
.,_ .. /SOME BEAR IN A Hope is the feeling we sale in tRe near furture.
CAMPAIGN HAT SAYS have that the feeling we have Is Further information may be obtained
NO FIRES 5ARGE.' not permanent.- Megonon Mc- by calling Thomas J
Laughlin, Atlantic. L1 Ki:.. A 1AMEt PIGGY ANK/ Bennett, EV41593.I" .



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Department Displays Skilled Workmanship



By Mae Spencer, J01'

The Shops Division of the NAS Aircraft Maintenance 1 .nartment, through its mission of support to

fleet activities, saves the Navy many thousands of dollars and much time annually with its Class C Maintenance -

Program. shops to spread out the workload. (hydraulics) are Involved with the
This maintenance is basicallya Performing these maintenance leadership ofR.E.Thiedke,AMHC.
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level above what be donein l tj
can functions are 200 enlisted men and The Welding, Metal, Tire and
squadrons and that necessitatinga eight officers who display skilled Machine Shops employee 15sailors

major overhaul at an overhauland workmanship on repair of aircraft under the direction of N.R. Young,

b y repair department.The engines, various components and AMSCA. Here are found the ratingsof
E( 1HELI money is saved by havingthe aviation structural mechanic
done the systems.The \j tu '(
repairs locally at
and work is parcelled out to (structures) and machinery repairmen % b Ii
Shops Division the timesaveris
N a variety of shops---the jet shop, .
that would otherwise
engines the metal, welding, tire and Chief Young and O.L. Moore, i
have to be placed into the
supply machine shops, the avionics shop, AMS2 are the only two military
routed O&R and then ,
to an
system wHYDRAULIC
back hydraulics shop, the parachuteloft men aboard the station who per- -
to Aircraft Maintenance and
and propeller shop. (ed. note.. form X-ray Inspections on air-
then on to the squadrons for final
installation.The the parachute loft was featured Ina craft. The X-ray enables the
recent Air News and the prop operators to spot structural
bulk of the Division's work
shop will be Included In another defects.In .
centers around the maintenance of
article forthcoming on the Air- the Machine Shop various
the aircraft
jet engine,J34.These
craft Maint. Dept). small parts for aircraft are manu-
engines are used by all the patrol
In various jobs while In the weld-
craft assigned to patrol squadrons thes'eshops rang- factured, over
ing from manufacturing hydraulic Ing section, hell-arc welding is
based here.:: In the first six monthsof
tubing to heli-arc welding a re done. performed. All welders must be TUBING used in,
ARC 1963, the Division processed
welding job is per- Some 10,000 Items were processed certified welders. They attend a hydraulic system of aircraft is
formed by P. M. Doyle, AMS2 on 234'J-34 engines. during the first half of 1963 by the six weeks Welders School at the manufactured by Floyd E. Chis-
the J-65 engine duck and comb Other engines--the J-65 and 57 shops. Nearly one-third of these NAS Overhaul and Repair Depart- enhall, AMH2 of the Hydraulic
used mainly by the planes of the
assembly in the Shops Division of the
were accomplished in Avionics ment. The welders must be re- Shop Shops Division of
Welding Shop of AMD. (Navy Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Shop under the direction of S.W. certified every six months.In AMD. (Navy Photo by Ron Card-

,Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P 1)). 62 and, are Heavy also Photographic checked by Squadron crews at Price, ATCS. the Metal Shop such oper- ner, PH2-P1)).
The Jet Shop, whose work was
AMD. All aircraft engines are ations as building up the yoke
periodically scheduled through the previously outlined Is supervisedby assembly of an A3D aircraft dam- the Shops Division are: Lieutenant
R.W. Vittum, ADJC. There are aged In carrier landing are every- Commander H.D. Chaudoin, Shops

34 aviation machinist mates (jet) day jobs. Officer; Lieutenant J.F. Manley,

assigned there.In Truck loads of parts and tools Air Frames Officer; Lieutenant

Need "on target" money help? the Hydraulics Shop, various required to complete the shops (jg) V.R. Butler, Power Plants Officer

components are screened and re- work are procured by eight men ; Chief Warrant Officer LJ.
pared. Some 125 hydraulic components In the Materials Section ot the DeBaecke, Avionics Officer;

are handled monthly. Division under the supervision of Lieutenant Commander J.H.

These systems operate such thingsas R.G. Hudson, AKC. McGlothlin, Maintenance Control
pumps, elevators and fold the The Aircraft Maintenance Officer Officer; Lieutenant Commander S.

,wings on aircraft. In this operation Is Commander E.H. Strauss, Quality Control and

.five aviation structural mechanics Daughtrey while other officers In Lieutenant t'mT.R.-- .. Bovette,

Material OfficeF.Thus
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ftL t iiJt craft Maintenance performs a

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car, take a leave. If you need cash for any good purpose POSITIONING AN ACCESSORY GEAR box for installation on a INE is used by E.L. Carpenter,

go where J.34 jet engine are L. Wood, ADJAN ; N. Shuba, ADJAN; and J.D. AMH2 to check out hydraulicpump.
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MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN: Wilson ADJAN of the Division
moreservicemen raG'a, Shops of the Aircraft Maintenance The machine checks
go-to HFC. 6 :earnerr ptormre Darnrrr 1 p.rnrrs s Dept. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)). flow and pressures. (Navy proper

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group scheduled monthly balances not exceeding$300 your childrencan threat to the state. Once a year
end 2% on any itmoimler.HOUSEHOLD each citizen could write the name

go to college? of his "candidate" on a piece of

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1100 Universal Marion Building he was banished for 10 years.
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 Tel. 354.4483 The Greeks called these bits of

r Cedar Hills Shopping Center pottery ostraka, and the banish-
3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 M\ss\:;:; \<'lllsr.i: "is:; MI 'IT1.. ment of persons was called
Lift' liitnrnnii', ostrakismos. ostrakismos
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3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 .Pt11NaILO'Ne.ACNU.'''' OltO'.IIID I... came the English word ostracism.
Abore office open Friday evenings until 8 P.M. the shunning of anyone by a group.St
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k New Jax Chapter Of Marine

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Corps League Seeks MembersA


Jacksonville Chapter of the It boasts of being one of the most formed by a nucleus of Marine
Marine Corps League is now in exclusive clubs In the world.Membership Corps combat veterans of both
i I 4M the process of being formed by In the League can only World War II and Korea, witha
several Marine Corps veteransIn be obtained by Honorable serviceIn view toward service for Com-
Jacksonville with a planned organizational the U.S. Marine Corps. munity, State and Nation.The local
i : meeting at the Jack- Detachments, as the local groups group has high hopes the newly
m sonville Beach Community Centeron are called, are located In practic- formed detachment will be a means
Saturday, August 10th, at :30 ally every major city throughoutthe of fostering and perpetuating
a ai p.m.On country. These detachments American patriotism in this area.
hand to greet the veterans sponsor many worthwhile causes The Detachment Commandant,
i and present members of the Corps and assist patriotic and charitable Jack Valentino says:"If you served
will be Mayor Wilson of Jackson- groups. They also are active In honorably In the U.S.Marine Corps '
ville Beach; James Spears, Com- civic functions and maintain a or Reserve, or are now serving
mandant of the League for the formal military color guard for the In the Corps and desire to serve
State of Florida and his staff; use of the community In Patriotic your community as well as your
IL. John J. Valentino, Acting De- cermontes. nation, you should be present for i
/i tachment Commandant and his The local detachment Is being the ceremonies August 10th".
,% staff; who are the local organizers -
of the Marine Corps

Lt ville League, as Detachment well as other In local Jackson-dig- FOR THE eST DEALS ON THE BEST AUTOMOBILES

nataries from this area who are
See Moon MullinsLCDR.
veterans of the Marine Corps. --
Lieutenant Commander WilliamH.
(fUSN RET.)
Vinson, Navy Chaplain, now

j1 Station stationed will at give the Mayport the Invocation Naval, at SHANNON BROTHERS, INC. ,

Chaplain Vinson served with the
U.S. Marine Corps' Third Marine in the big yellow building ((11th & Main)
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Front End Engine & Transmission Work (Ret C.P.O.) HOIST TALK Water survival coordinator for NAS Jax, H. A. Bruce (second from right), explainsto
members of the Jacksonville Beach Red Cross Volunteer Lifesaving Corps the methods used
WE FINANCE ANYONE I IN THE U.S.N. by the Navy in hoisting victims from water. The lifeguards are (L to R) George Patrinely, Bill
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hoisted into the safety of the aircraft
(Continued From Page 1)) but not before having a
great deal of difficulty figuring
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flly I rescue assistance. quick trip tb shore to drop
Within minutes the request was off the first rescued man ,ind ,*
answered as a SAR helicopter approached return trip seaward to pickup the'
the choppy waters. From second man was accomplished
the wind-swept waves, the 'copter without serious mishap.It .
pilot, who happened to be Chief wasn't to end just hk that,
Barrack, could see the two men however, for those Involved wen
V tiring, struggling to keep afloat. aware that more knowledge hid
His crewman, Charles Wood, to be gained in order to be forth
HALF FARE quickly lowered the rescue hoist, prepared for such eventualities.
unaware that neither man below Therefore, they gladly welcomed
knew how to get into the slingnor the opportunity to observe the demonstrations
knew that the hoist was cap- such as those .' veo
able of lifting only one personat last week.
a time One visiting lifeguard said hit
finally, after several minutesof these demonstrations an Out of
gestures his voice couldn't the most beneficial joint milit,in-
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Antarctica Chief Back To School Fashions
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Plans for SummerIn Flute Navy Wives Club ShowBack


January 1964Rear

to school fashions from first year appearances to the col-

Admiral James R. Reedy Is lege campus scene highlighted the Navy Wives Club #86 Card Party-
now making final arrangements to } r Fashion Show last Friday evening. The gala affair was held at the
go south this fall so he can spend J i Jacksonville Garden Club located on Riverside Ave.

the winter in the summer. The program, which gatheredover Village hotel, going to' John
Confused? Many people are whenit 80 persons, was a two-fold Crossley of the NAS Jax CPO
comes to the subject of Antarc- fuction bringing to its audiencethe Club.

tica.That's latest in Fall fashions from the The close of evening's enter-
where Admiral Reedy and 1I Cedar Hills J.C. Penny's Store, tainment Included a skit put on
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his staff are headed. As com- r -- and to collect donations for the by members of the club.
mander of the U. S. Naval Sup- club's Scholarship Fund. Co-chairman and publicity "

port Forces, Antarctica, he headsa Hostess for the evening was Mrs. chairman for the event was Mrs.
program of scientific exploration I Harold Kraus who introduced the TJ. Bennett. Decorations were

and experimentation on the world's \ __ fashions commentator from headed by Mrs. Phillip Parker.
coldest and windiest continent.A Penny's, Mrs. Joseph Hagan. Tickets and door prizes were han-
token U. S. Force is spendingthe CASUAL ATTIRE is modeled by Mrs. John (Mary Anna) Lee dur- All clothing was modeled by dled by Mrs. P.P.Day and Mrs.
winter on Antarctica now. Since ing the Navy Wives Club No. 86 Fashion Show held last Fridayat members of the Navy Wives Club, William Brown, respectively,
the seasons In the northern and the Jacksonville Garden Club. All fashions (for the back to their husbands and children.A while refreshments were made

southern hemispheres are always school theme were modeled by Navy wives, their husbands and special modeling feature of available by Mrs. Stanley Cotrlll
opposite, Admiral Reedy will join children. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOl). the evening Included the nicetiesof and Mrs. W.W. Wagner.Entertainment .
his men just In time for summerif -- womens' wear ranging from a for the eveningwas
one can call sub-zero tempera- full-length dress..to a bikini... directed by Mrs. James
tures summer. to a negligee all donned respectively Franklin and Mrs. Larry Burgess.
Called "Operation Deep by John Day, Henry Posters by Mrs. Fredrick Voisen.
Freeze" the expeditionary force Wernet and Thomas Bennett??!II! Under the program direction of

works to gain information for the Door prizes were awarded Mrs. Kraus were: Mrs. Kendell
United States. The coming season throughout the evening with the Kerns; Mrs. Henry Wernet and
will be Admiral Reedy's ninth at grand prize, a weekend in Tampa, Mrs. Harvey Brannan.
the South Pole.Admiral Fla.,' for two at the Hawaiian
a
Reedy was graduatedfrom
the Naval Academy 30 years
ago. A Naval aviator, he won his
wings in the Army Air Corps dur- 4

ing the Thirties when the Navy WHAT
could not assign some of the new B yy
ensigns. Later he served with the

Air Arm of the Navy. '
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Admiral Reedy served as Com-
manding officer from July 1959 to x+ }rFf
August 1961 at the Naval Air Station RU

Jacksonville.
When Admiral Reedy took com-
mand Operation Deep Freeze," Y
it was unofficially tagged the
"coldest change of command" in .
the U. S. military history. In

that ceremony, Admiral Reedy replaced -
Admiral DavidTyreewhilethe

mercury slipped to 33 degrees A

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Hurricane .,.",.,;.';... .' .'.''.. > .J'
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Arlene ."<.

The Holt Publishing Company publishers of the lax Air News is offeringa .
15.00 prize for the earliest postmarked correct answer to Ibis weeks crossword DownThe r
I puzzle. Deadline for entries will be 1200 each Saturday following pub. Quiets
lication. The winner will be announced in next week's is.me of the lax Air
r News. Entries must be sent to the Holt Publishing Company 4724 Clyde
Drive Jacksonville 8, Florida.
1963 hurricane season has
c
already shown the possibilities of I

CROSSWORD PUZZLEACROSS becoming every thing the 1962 q :

season was not. ?
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LAID I YAMS. SAID When Hurricane Arlene came on
J.I'\'f'r: ,unv N'Senso A I D E. 0 M I T. TIE I last week as the first
I 1.$nak1C !9 MIumlnatiloSllkorm! l S LOP E O. D O. 1 'D A the scene
Israprd: .. A S E M. PEN A L Lady of the Season she followed
1 2-Horn 11-A mouth
l3YnunK: horse" (uhhr.) STARTLE S. L I. what had already been a great .
(II.Ireland 1 I7>Unlisted: P R A TI WEB 5 P A deal of attention-getting activity in
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:32-:! Place :36*Indian Islands notelM'onjun (VW-4)) when they were sum- the "Sailor of the Month" award for July by Cdr. J,
presented
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Weather
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37-More taut 44-Kemo\e Man's name by D. Stufflebeem, Unit Commanding Officer. In. ceremonies held

34 3.Cnmmnn': : Pronoun Facility in Miami to investigatethe here Cdr. Stufflereem presented Millon, who joined the Navy at)
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II 2 3 13 6 1 9 10 11 I storm disturbance picked up
wealth I : Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1959, with a letter and a squadron light.
:.17>I : 12 13 14 Although Arlene was reportedlystill er in recognition of his professional performance, adaptability,
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reconnaissance squadron.
(nhtir.) Hunters, upon arriving at the
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\\1111 whiteInterslrsed scene, found her quite turbulent
I I I :>00 21 :>000 22 5 ( 23 24 25 26 with winds whirling about at over
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DOWN = sonville. This Hunter was pilotedby \
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:t I'PII.IXllf| officer, Commander Daniel E. Chuck Phillips Frank Layne

3.Clr vroup alli"'I',1 i of 32 )3 1-'. Chesler. Crew Three consisted of Indoor Pool By Red Cross

teams Sr 5* f57 28 personnel
I.tlr'nos ofmaples During the early stages of

:,..orr"'l'r'l\" Evelyn A. Albert A Arlene the squadron sent patrolsout

5051 Lounview Street every morning and evening.The Next Monday, August 12 will be the beginning of the last scheduledRed

Last Weeks Winner:; Jacksonville, 5, Fla. number of these (flights grad- Cross Water Safety Instructors (WSI) class for 1963.

ually decreased as Arlene began to This course will be taught in two parts: part one consists of the

simmer down. All told, eight 9 styles of swimming which are; side stroke, over-arm side stroke

patrols were made.At trudgen, trudgen crawl American crawl breast, inverted breast

Sailing: Club Plans this writing, Arlene was no elementary back and the back crawl

r longer classified as a hurricane.She This part will be taught by Chuck Phillips, WSI and Indoor Pool

was, however, keeping com- Supervisor for NAS Special Services. The class begins at 4:30: pm.

Step Up In EventsBy pany with lots of bad weather and at the Indoor pool and requires a minimum of 15 hours. Only those

until all has quieted down the men persons having Senior Life Saving Certificates are eligible.Part .

of VW-4 will pay her considerable two consists of the fundamentals of teaching any swimming

Ens. Alex Daunis attention.the course except part two of WSI. This part will begin at theconclusion

'The second half of the sailing entering its seventh year of ser- of part one, and will be taught by Dick Bracewell, FA & WSI( of

season is underway in the St.John's vice to Navy sailing enthusiasts. Duval County Red Cross Chapter. This will also be held at the indoor

River and the Navy Jax Sailing Club Founded In' June 1956 the club pool and requires 15 hours of instruction. Interested personnel

has stepped up Its activity to keep started with one old sailboat and Rebel a favorite with the club. should contact the Red Cross Office, Building #39, Ext. 552554or

pace with the other yacht clubs on 10 members. By August 1956, Another smaller craft is a Flying phone EV-9-6545.
the river. the club had been recognized and A few Issues back this space was dedicated to Charles S. Lentine
The schedule for the fall series authorized by the Commanding Dutchman Jr., that was donated to AN assigned: to Special Services, telling of his quick thinking and

includes a total of 16 racing days Officer and had Its constitution the club. knowledge of the fundamentals of artifical respiration which possibly

with two or three races in each approved.In The prides of the club,however, saved the life of three-and-a-half year old Maiorie Darrow, at the
day of racing. The whole program December 1957, the member- are the two one-design classes Officers Club wading pool
will be controlled by a Tri- ship was in the Vicinity of 75 that they have; five Rhodes Ban-

Club committee composed of and the club had a fleet of 10 tams are popular with the older We also stated that we were recommending this meritorious act

representatives from the Florida assorted sailboats. Due to the racing enthusiasts. The sloop to the American National Red Cross in Washington, D. G, for a
Yacht Club, the Rudder Club and changes in personnel that occur rigged Bantam has a very active Certificate of Merit.
e. the Jax Club. The over the years these figures have class In Florida and members of
Navy Sailing Today we are pleased to say that Lentine is being issued this cer-
between the been subject to changes but the Navy Jax Sailing Club have
winner of the sail-off many tificate and was honored at a brief presentation this mornIng -
class champions at the end of the club gradually acquired a pieceof participated in the State Champ- by the NAS Field Director, C. V. Gross. ceremony
each season (spring and fall) is land on the waterfront at the ionships. The most recent entrant

awarded the greater Jacksonville foot of Ranger Street, a quonset was Cdr. Vernon Anderson from

sailing trophy, a perpetual trophy hut for a club house, a pier to VP-18. He placed second In the -

given by the Jacksonville Junior dock the boats and a concrete Championships In Cockspur. His

Chamber of Commerce. launching ramp. In addition to crewman, Bill Coleman, is now in

This Saturday there will be a the physical facilities they have charge of the sailing club' facilities ,
; 1
race starting at 10 a.m. at the about 15 sailboats of different sizes !;f% {f.xN. :::: -m>-<'V r'Si:

Florida Yacht Club and there will and shapes, for the use of their If you think that you would liketo Ir ,
members. join the Navy Jax Sailing Club
be races for Cruisers, Stars, Peli-
cans and Suicides. On Sunday there Thp largest craft is the 30 foot all you have to do is attend the ;"':::'" ., NEED A HOUSE?
will be a 12:30 p.m. starting gun sailing whaleboat Ichibon It is a monthly meeting on the first Tues- CONSULT

for Windmills, Snipes Suicides, great favorite because it can holda day of each month and sign up. .. 1
The Commodore of the clubis ; ..:..... W. J. Schub
Bantams, Sunfish and Beetles at large number of people, there present ;: Cmdr. (USNRet.)
the Navy Jax Sailing Club which are two other fairly large boats, Jeff Bernard and he will be .:f Representing F. L. Ahern, Realtor

is located at the foot of Ranger one of them is an 18 foot day happy to talk with you about the '':...:"\": All Types Soles-Woter front,

k d Street on the base. Anyone Interested sailer obtained from NS Mayportand club's sailing program.The )::.....::{.. Non-Water Front
the other Is 16 foot fiber- clubhouse is open everyday '.'{ All Locations
a
I S in sailing or In learning i:): -Ortega Hills, Cedar Hills,
Rebel that was given to the from noon until 8 p.m. and thereIs #;: '... Arlington
t more about It, should make apoint glass :; South Side, Beaches
of stopping by. Sailing Club by a Marine Air someone there to help you out y:;\:.,:;.:.:,;: Phone EL Mil) ? New OUlces at 5 PoInts Area
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For Its InventorsWashington

.(AFPS) A lift-
raftfirst used under emergency r T im
conditions by Cmdr. M. Scott Car
Dentcr-has! won $1,000 from the i
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Administration for Its Inventors.The .
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was designed by Matthew I. Radnof&ky -
and Glenn A. Shewmakeof
the Manned Spacecraft Center.
NASA.
The new raft has tern included
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Armed Forces Writers GETTING THE WORD on as. of every manned orbit beginning
pects of antisubmarine warfareat with "Friendship 7," flown
by Lt. Col. John II. Glenn Jr. ACCOMPLISHMENT AWARD Cdr. Center NAS
League Announces Rules VP-16 are a group of 142 Naval George Security
Academy Midshipmen who ter Tacked it takes with up five 12 pounds x 8 x of 3 wa-in- Officer presents a check to Mrs. Mary T. Walker for Sustained Su
For 1963 Story ContestThe visited here I last week. (Navy ches. perior Performance during the Cuban Crisis. Mrs. Walker was call
Photo). In Carpenter's case he overshot ed on for special projects such as rebadging of a large group of
Armed Forces Writers Lea- his miles landing by approximately 200 personnel and the reissuing of defense cards or passes. (L to R)
climbed out of his spacecraft D. L. Loudermill Chief of Police Mrs. Walker Cdr. Center and
gue has announced the rules gov- inflated the life raft and ,
erning Its 1963 short story contest waited alongside "Aurora 7" for Louie Hysmith.) (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P 1)).

for amateurs. assistance. .
The annual event is open to all
Armed Forces personnel and their
families and is designed to encourage -
novice authors to sub-
mit their best stories so that they
may benefit from evaluations and ,

suggestions provided by League ,
professionals who serve as judges. BLAST
Each entry must be the original
work of the author. It must not ,
have been previously published or
awarded a prize in any other liter-
ary contest. It must be accom- r : HIGH PRICES !
pained by an entry blank, an entry
fee of $1, and a stamped return
5462 NORMANDY BLVD.
envelope. Stories may not exceed
2,000 words. PH. 388.5447
Cash awards will be given to the
winners.. All entries must be received
by the contest chairman by



blanks September Forces Additional the may Contest Writers 15.be Information obtained Chairman League by and, writingto ,Armed entry 2818 15,000 I BTU: 3 DAY p SPECIAL


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CoursesTo A, 'S COOL!

Be Given HereThe I

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Florida Institute for Con-
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with the University of
Florida\ will offer two courses in
Accounting. These will be the first
and second semester of Ele-' I
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IRD and the NAS CI&E Office
after August 12. Other commands
needing registration cards may 1
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I Navy Wives Nursery Registration OpenThe Bluejackets Doin's Inn [ CPO Notes Club I I T Acey Club Ducy I


Navy Wives Nursery Kindergarten a supply fee of $3 per semester.
is now taking reg- Registrations are now being accepted August 8 Thursday, August 8
istrations for the September ses- at the desk at the Navy Thursday,
Wives 560. Dance Contest & Dance Featuring Happy Hour
sion. Children from ages three Nursery Bldg.
Additional information be March Wilson& Red Coats 8:00 CLOSEDUNTIL
through five years old are ac- may
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cepted. obtained by calling the Nursery p.m. 12:00: a.m. Friday, August

Tuition is $12 per month, plus supervisor at Ext. 368. Friday, August 9 Dance to Johnny Arnold

I Phil Cay and the Chantels 9:00
p.m. l:00a.m. Saturday, August 10Saturday

6, C. MUKfHYS SPECTACULAR August 10 Dance to Cappy's Combo '

Carl Boyd and the Rhythm Kings
WHITE SALE! 8:00: p.m.-1:00. a.m.: Sunday, August 11
Dancing to Mach Four
Sunday, August 11
.I. i Fine CombedSHAMROCK March Wilson and the Red Coats 12
Monday, August FURTHER
PERCALEReg. 8:00: p.m.12:00: a.m. Pizza Night

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Twin Size Dining and Dancing Tuesday, August 13

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Fitted 81"Full x Size Full 108" $1.97 C I llow:: 2 For 97C Snakes Aplenty Revises Two


HS Science Courses
CANNON TOWELS
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revised high school general science -
20x40 $100 I courses will soon be avail-
Bath Towels 2 For the hot weather here, gth compared to the Diamondback's able centers at it command was announced education from
everyone seems to be taking advantage length of an average of five feet. headquarters of the United
r of the opportunity to get- The body of the Pigmy Is usually States Armed Forcrs Institute
15x25 $1 00 outside. gray with several rows of blackor (USAFI) here.Prerequisite.
Hand Towels 3 Fora. Snakes Including the poisonous brown spots. The belly Is for taking the
in sequenceGeneralScience
variety, have also come out and cream or white with black spats. courses I and II-Is successful
started crawling about. Usually The Pigmy's bite produces much completion of an eighthgrademath
$1 00. content with creeping around In pain and swelling but Is seldom course. Both science
Wash Cloths 6 For search of food, poisonous rep- fatal. Both the Pigmy and Diamondback courses are available by either
tiles can be dangerous when approached produce a rattle which correspondence method. or group study
by an unaware human can serve as a warning to humansand

thr 'O r L'dX.'A. 'i ,423 Jjoosevelt being.For the uninitiated, several animals.A very .dangerous snake, the the Highland Mocassin, Is about ..
Qr P.lan. Ho G. C. Murphy T Co.. Blyd, 'Roohv lt J types of poisonous snakes can be Water Mocassin, or Cottonmouth, two feet long and very poisonous.It .
Elf>athorge;, Man found aboard the Naval Air Sta- Is also found here. Its char- Is pinkish tan or yellowbrownIn
tion and in surrounding areas. acteristics are a thick head,keeled color with darker cross bandsof
J The Eastern Diamondback, scales with dorsal blotches,some reddish-brown or chestnut.The .
among the more deadly of snakes, times In diamond shapes and other head is copper or reddish-
Is greenish-gray, marked with times In bands. This snake has brown.
black diamonds bordered with many color variations and Is there- The Copperhead's bite is seldom
yellow. The rattler Is frequentlyfound fore hard to detect and accurately fatal human adults Ingood health.
/1 110r In palmetto thickets, pine describe.The The Florida Coral.Snake, also
woods and live oak stands but may mocassin has been known to known as Thunder Snake,averages
A turn up anywhere. It has often charge humans, striking repeat- only 28 Inches In length but Is
,I been found aboard the Station. edly while following the intended only 28 Inches In length but Is extremely -
The Pigmy Rattlesnake, cousinof victim's retreat. At other times, dangerous.It .
the Diamondback, Is sometimes the snake is completely docile. has a black snout as far as
called the Ground Rattler or Oak But it can strike from either landor Its eyes, then a yellow band, next
Leaf Rattler. A small reptile, water. black. Pattern of color after the
it averages only 18 Inches In len- The Copperhead, also termed first three bands Isnarrowyellow,
raP wide red, and so forth.
I I Other snakes, poisonous, resemble -
the ONE place to the Coral Snake. If a snake
I has a red nose It Is not a Coral
I call formoney Snake, however.
The Coral Snake does not coil to
\i sIt strike and usually lies flat on the
ground. It's not known to attack
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Hospital To Take Big \\I: "". .LL. ..1:11:




AI Spring Sports BanquetThe

each. Peterson and Sid Barling will have
Clifton Albritton, AF679; Mike second place awards coming.
will officially end Monday night at 7 at the Blue
NAS spring athletic program come to an p.m.
McComb, Hospital, Joe Sapp, The Intramural team champions,
jackets Inn as scores of individuals and teams receive awards for their accomplishments in station.
Hospital; James Kastle, Hospital; in the swimming, were'the VAP-62
athletics. Special Services is sponsoringthe Ken Schnieder, VA-45; Emerson swimmers. They and second place
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semiannual sports banquet for McRoberts, FAW-11 and Hubert Hospital will be awarded team
., all members of the compositefund Sowell are entitled to second place trophies each.
; who participated in the Intra- awards. The Hospital Softball team will
R mural sports program during the Sapp earned two seconds to go receive trophies for the National
1 t period of January through July with his two firsts. League Championship and the NAS
1963. The team trophy willgotoHospItal Championship, while NARTU will
tI One of the highlights of the and the Marines will receivethe take possession of the American
night should be the presentationof runner-up trophy.For League trophy. VP-30 gets the
the "Ironman" trophy which bowling the American trophy for NAS softball runnersup. -
will go to a large troupe of Hospital League winners were the VP-30 Members of each team will
athletes. Gathering the most points Chiefs. The VA-45 Hornets and get Individual awards. (At press
in a system of compiled scoring, the VP-30 Owl Hoots were the time Hospital and AO B Schoolof
they amassed enough points in the Continental and the National NATTU had not played the station
ste-sport competition to nudge League winners, respectively.The championship ball game, the win-
wad VP-30 out for first place honors.In Chiefs went on to win the ner of which will receive the Station
w basketball, VA-44 and Supply NAS bowl-offs and later the All- Championship trophy).
respectively won the National and Station Championship, entitling Jim Dwiggins, of Hospital will
TROPHY INSPECTION Frank McCaffrey, NAS Athletic Director the American Leagues with Supply them to three team trophies and receive a special award for the
checks the trophies that are to be presented to intramural ath. winning the play-off for the NAS an individual trophy for each team best pitching record.
lefts at the Semiannual Sports Banquet. (Navy Photo by Marc Championship. Supply was then defeated member.A Top golf laurels go to HospitalA
Whetstone, J01)) by AO Navy of NATTU for second place team trophy and who won the All-Station
the Station Championship. Each of individual awards will also go to Championship, the American
\. the three teams will receive a team the members of ComfairJax. League Championship and the NAS
i dial EV 8-7676 trophy (Supply gets two) while Special awards go to Irvin Clax- Championship. The National
members of the individual teams ton, FAETU, for high set; Gary League winners and recepients of
MILITARY also collect a trophy apiece.In Kleven, VA-45, for high game;and the trophy will be VP-30 B. Mem-
track & field Joe Sapp, Hosp- to H.M.Strunk for the high average.For bers of each team will receive
ital; Clifton Albritton, AF679; Ted the NAS Swimming Meet, trophies. An award will also be
NSURAiV cE Turner, Marines; Lyal Her. og, Dave Rouse of NavSecGrp, will presented to the golfer who, in
TO Hospital; John Moore, Marines; receive three firsts. Erwin the regular season, shot the low
Fred Kloman, Hospital; James Schneiderman, Supply, gets two. aggregate score and one to the
Kastl, and Hubert Sowell, both of Tommy Fountain and Henry golfer with the most improved
cow Rr ut i tMcDOUGALL'S Hospital; receive first place Livrette, VAP-62, will Both! get ,handicap."I .
awards. two. Bert Carey and Nick Carusoof
AU6ENCN CE Herzog, Sapp and Kloman will VAP-62 will receive a first 1 guess I've lost another pupil -
6463 Roosevelt Blrl-Netr NAS-Jacksoorllle be getting two first place awards place award each. And Bert Carey, ," said the professor as his
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JAX AIR NEWS PAGE_ 13



6ND Nelmen Trounce Football Clinic Jax-Navy SoftballTeam


this Afl.moon


Regional OpponentsBy A touch football clinic Is Plays CoJaxTop

scheduled to begin at 4:30 p.m.

Leon Dulin, J03 today in the NAS Athletic Office,
Frank McCaffrey, NAS Athletic
The South Atlantic Regional Tennis Tournament, held In Bainbridge, Director, announced. Intramural Softball players, now In a post season intramural

Md. last week was practically a re-run of the Sixth Naval District "This will be the firs; session- status graduate to varsity speed as they assume the name of lax Navy

Tournament held at Cecil Field two weeks a-oas_,! 6ND players dominatedthe ____ n_ and all persons Interested In refereeing and put their strengthening reputation on the line at 7:30 p.m. tonight

tournament.This station Intramural touch when they face a city team known as Co-Jax in an evenings_
time,however,Leon Wilsonof challengers from all over the football are urged to attend this double header. J
VA-15, made one significant exception world. meeting," he said. The Athletic The Jax Navy team, who began Infielder for Navy-Jax hit a, home
he turned the tableson Gaskill is the their run, drove In another run and got
as defending All- Office Is In Bldg. 3, the Maln- season with a 0-4 standing
Jack Candland of Pensacola who Navy Champion. He beat Wilson In side Gym, Ext. 585. by losing a pair of double headers on base twice more. Unfortunately

had beaten him in the finals at the final match last year while to Moody AFB, later regainedtheir his homer was in the first Inning

Cecil in the senior division. Wil- Wilson was still young enough to 3:30 p.m. Alleys 3&4 Riggers! composure and took three of with none on.

son won by the scores of 6-3, play In the open division. vs Com Fair Jax "B" four off the same bunch here at The Jax Navy team will likely

1-6, 61. 6 p.m. Alleys 1&2 Trainersvs NAS Jax as well as split a coupleof have a good many more dames
..oon, In preparation for the Sixth
After their singles they teamed Cutters double headers with NAS San-
Natal District Tournament be
together to sweep the senior men's 6 p.m. Alleys 3&4 Sparksvs ford and Murray Hill Baptist to
held in
this
Charleston S.C.
doubles with little trouble,winning 1M KegiRollAj rs Hospital #1 In the most recent, played last year.

their final match over Calvin Carr 6 p.m. Alleys 5&6 Thunderheadsvs Friday, Jax Navy won the first

and Bill Harris 6-0, 6-3. Marlins game off Murray Hill Baptist by EXPRESSWAYAPARTMENTS
In the men's open Eldon Williams 8:30: p.m. Alleys &2 Cannon Cock- the score of 8-3 by virtue of a

Nick Tierney, Wayne Martin ers vs Confidential six-run third Inning, when everyone -
and Dick Gaskill, all 6ND 8:30 p.m. Alleys 3&4 AF679th but the score keeper put woodon

representatives, were bracketed vs Colts the balL
against each other in the quarter A new three-league, fall intra- 8:30 p.m. Alleys 5&6 Seabeesvs Red Mills was the winning
sched- Now renting 2Yi Bedrooms
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Gaskill defeated Martin 6-1,6-2, uled to get underway Tuesday night, the second game, which Jax Conveniently located to

6-1 while Williams disposed of Aug. 13 at the NAS alleys, Frank CONTINENTAL LEAGUE lost 3-4, the team was hardly so Downtown and NAS.

Tierney 6-1, 6-1, 6-4. McCaffrey, NAS week.Athletic Director, Wednesday, August 14 hot as they constantly put men FURNISHED.....$70.00
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iams Gaskill lost his first and The American League us- Com Fair Jax "A" days" and they couldn't get them in.
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only set In both tournaments, but 3:30 p.m. Alleys 3&4 Sky War- The game was not futile toeveryone -
the first
went on to mildly trounce Will- up for Tuesday night riors #2 vs Mix Masters anyway, as Jim Rusnak, an
iams 6-0, 6-1, 4-6, 64. week so that spring participantsmay 6 p.m. Alleys 1&2 Cursorsvs Cleo Davis
attend the Semiannual Sports 8:30: p.m. Alleys 1&2 NARTU #1
Again in the men's doubles 6ND Com Store Five
Banquet being held Monday at the vs Chiefs
power came to the front as Will- 6 p.m. Alleys 3&4 BB Stackersvs \REAL TORS.INSURORS
iams Bluejackets Inn. 8:30 p.m. Alleys 3&4 Clutchersvs
and Martin made their Pizzan's
wayto 588 s. nor i< WOOD
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8:30 5&6 Demonsvs EV 4-6444
p.m. Alleys
Tierney.This American and Continental Leaguesare vs Hospital #2 Molar Rollers
was probabjly the best match :

of the tournament as Gaskill and AMERICAN LEAGUE

Tierney eeked out a 6-4, 6-3, Tuesday, August 13 JACKSONVILLE'S LOWEST PRICED FAMILY SIZED SEDAN

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courteous service to satisfied 356-5892 or Write UPS Box 7311
clients. Also "Broker" for FULL SIZE FAMILY SEDAN
your Jax 10.RIVERSIDE. AfterRegular
VA-FHA acquired properties.

$100.00 DN. Call us anytime. ideal location, fur- $6 Down
Nights call SP 12276. RICHARDD.
nished private room. Gentlemen 9r-F PaymentAWk.
BARKER, REALTOR 2724 ..
PARK ST. EV 8-2691 only 8-9023.EV 9-8912 or eveningsEX DOWN B E E .


Going Out Into Civilian Life Soon? FOR SALE New encyclopedias,
I at our special
Considering a govt. civil service science and chlldrens' books. Call
position? For Information call 3847690. terms ALL THESE EXTRAS

398-6786 for 771-6187 after 5p.m.

SINGER SLANT NEEDLESewing 1. Whitewall Tires 5. Windshield Washers 9. Directional Signals
FOR SALE Amana freezer, upright console cabinet, like
machine with 2. Factory Undercoating 6. Electric Windshield Wipers 10. All Vinyl Interior
15.4 cu. ft. excellent cond., condition, zig zg,
new, perfect 3. Reclining Bucket Seats. 7. Courtesy Light & Map Light 11. Oversized Brakes
price Allen N.A.S.
$150.00 decorative
Capt. button holes,
makes
4. Padded Dash 12. 4-Speed Transmission,
ext 719 8. Lights Under Hood & Trunk
stitching, sews on buttons original 13. Free Lifetime Lubrication
price $300. Pay off balance of
FOR RENT at 5247 Shirley St. $84.00 or take up $8.96 mo. pay-

2 BR., Fla. Rm., elec. kit. equipt. ments cal353-1945! or 2462282. Plus McClellan's Lifetime Warranty. Full Parts and Labor -- -.
Available Aug. 15. EV 73953. aaa sewing machine com-

PANY. HENRY A. McCLELLAN

FOR SALE Ortega Hills, 1 mi.
from NAS, 3 BR, 11/2 bath, fenc- WANT someone to drive a coupleup Jacksonville's
ed back yard, shade trees. $85 md. North, transportation furnished. 900 MAIN Leading Imported Car Dealer Ph. EL 5-9041

5120 Oakslde Drive. 3841398. Phone 264-6137. OPEN-NIGHTS & SUNDAY



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Navy Gridders Jax Flying Club \ r.


Face 10 Game 1 t e
Moves/ To Herlong/ ,

Football SlateAnnapolis .,
The lax Navy Flying Club has Norman Tanner of NARTU, D.E.
moved Its clubhouse from NASJax Knight of Cecil Field's RATCC, F
Md. (AFPS---The) Herlong Field, West of Jacksonville and Floyd Brown of Jacksonville,
Midshipmen of the United States on Normandy Blvd. who Is also a member of the Fleet
Naval Academy have scheduled The meetings for the member- Reserve Association. ::
10 football games for the 1963 ship will be held on Mondays at Brown Is a highly qualified instructor ,
season. 7 p. m. Visitors are welcome. with over 2,000 hours In "tu wy
Three will be played here in Three new members recently light aircraft. It is expected he
the Navy-Marine Memorial Sta have joined the club. They are will fill the recently vacated post
dium. The first, with William and of Chief Instructor. He also is an
Mary, will be part of the annual af Philadelphia.The antique fan, owning a 1927 Inland
Homecoming celebration. The oth- complete schedule: Sportster which, at the present
er two games are with Pittsburghand Sept. 21--at West Virginia time, is torn down. But, he hopesto
Maryland.Five Sept. 28--William and Mary have it errected again shortly...
perhaps in time to join a second
teams will be met on hos- (homecoming)
tile gridirons starting with a tripto Oct. 5--at MichiganOct. T-34 aircraft trainer the club has
play West Virginia. Then the 11--at S.M.U. requested.This .
Middies meet Michigan, Southern (Friday night) request for a second T-34
Methodist, Notre Dame and Duke Oct. 19VMI. was sent to the Issuing officialstwo
away from Crabtown.Two (Oyster Bowl) weeks ago by the Station's
elevens, including the climatic Oct. 26PittsburghNov. Commanding Officer, Captain
Army game, will be playedon 2--at Notre Dame James R. Compton. It Is of the
neutral fields. Virginia Mili- Nov. 9--Maryland same type used by naval aviator
be Nov. 16--at Duke trainees at Pensacola, and is most
tary Institute will met in the
Oyster Bowl at Norfolk, Va., and Nov. 30--Army economical while still providing
Army will play the Blue and Gold (Philadelphia) speeds ranging up to 150 knots.
Also in recent club news -
Leonard Aguiar has recently
t GET AMISSILE soloed for the first time and Wayne
Coons and Donald Vance are work-

AGE DEAL Ing toward their private licenses. x a, :,'


TRUST-As we went on In the
+ elevator, the small child, maybetwo i / I
NEW CARS
years old was bawling at the
Lowest Prices top of his lungs, and the motherwas
Highest Trade-in Allowance vainly trying to shush him. J iT''

a .Easy Terms The Nicesest Treatment in Town When they got off at the tenth floor J <
where the dentists' offices are,
JJ I we said to the elevator operator,
USED CARS "I 1 suppose you carry alotofhowling THE ADONIS AT THE TOP of the "Ironman" trophy symbolizesthe
children. An elevator must spirit of youthful competition in an overall sports program.
Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots be pretty frightening the first VA-44 won the first leg on it, now Hospital takes it to their.trophy
?J 5552 Beach Blvd. 2600 Kings Ave. time." "No, I don't," was the case. If anyone wins it three times it is retired to that unit.
.1 Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty answer. "Most of the youngsterswho (Navy Photo).
i-1 On Every Car SoldISHOPINTHESHADOWOFTHE50FOOT come in here just hold onto
their mothers' hand and stay still
MISSILE as mice. You know the reason? MoviesMovies
THOUGH though is the archi-
Trust. If a child Is brought up
tect of deed which might
to trust that wherever his parents every
the that what will be shown regularlyat
assumption
justify
@r GORDONTHOMPSON"Jacksonville's take him is a safe place, you
won't get any mysteries. Trouble we think is more Important than 7 p.m. on Monday through Sat-
what we do.--Douglas Meador, urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on
with that little fellow is he doesn'treally
4 Center" trust his mother.-Pres- Matador (Tex) Tribune. Saturday; and Sunday, at theMain-
side and NATTU Theaters and at
byterian Life.
1 7 p.m. only on Sunday at the Hospital -
-- Theater. These times are sub-

The Jeuiff Peluifa OPEN ject to change.

Thursday,, August 8
THIS WEEKEND Mainside Nine Hours to Rama
%iqe PQAwa.he NATTUnit Deerslayer
Hospital Who Was That Lady?
The Tastiest Barbecue Sandwich

65IuhiaI ease ZOt 20< YOU'VE EVER EATEN! Friday, August 9

6479 ROOSEVELT Mainside Copper Sky
NATTUnit Nine Hours to Rama
"HENNY PENNY" CHICKEN DINNER Boulevard Hospital Deerslayer

4 pieces Chicken, French Fries, One Block North Of The Main GateNICE

Cole Slow, Hot Roll......1.25 Mainside Saturday- Swordsman, August of 10 Siena

NATTUnit Copper Sky
S\ PARTY BOX Hospital Nine Hours to Rama

16 pieces of Chicken, Sunday, August 11

4 Hot Rolls, Mainside Boys Night Out
1 Pint f\4.8 % NATTUnit Swordsman of Siena
\
SHRIMP Cole Slaw .. Hospital Copper Sky
'

DINNER '. "::t",::.,'i. ..,..3.85 ,P Monday, August 12
8 '::. Mainside Trapeze
Butterfly Shrimp, : .
French Fries, Cole Slow '"< .... A NATTUnit Boys Night Out

.......................'.... 1.25 I, Hospital Swordsman of Siena

Phone t FIGURE./' Tuesday August 13

_l- GET IT AT Mainside West Side Story
jc
PICNIC SPECIAL 389-2841 NATTUnit Trapeze
OUR Hospital Boys Night Out
24 Pieces of Chicken
1 Pint Cole Slow ROOSEVELT JAX NAVY FEDERAL Wednesday, August 14

..........-............ 5.00 CREDIT\ UNIOM.' Mainside Rio Bravo
MALL NATTUnit West Side Story
Hospital Trapeze


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8, 1963
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Wildlife Commission Outlines



General Hunting Regulations

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Florida's 1963-64 general hunt- twenty gray and four fox squirrel,
Ing season for resident game birds November 16-February 23. Hunt- only: March 28-April, one-half
hour before sunrise 12
and animals will open Saturday, ing permitted everyday. SPECIAL to noon,
November 16, except for a special SEASON south of State Road 60: except In Levy County.
season south of State Road 60, November 9-January 5. NO OPEN SEASON Alachua,Brad-
which opens November 9. ford, Madison and that portion of
The opening date--applying to -Second District- Columbia south of State Road 18

\ i---k: deer, turkey, quail, squirrel, and and east of U.S. 441.
bear, was set at a formal meet- DEER: Buck deer with one or more QUAIL: Ten per day, total pos-
Ing of the Game and Fresh Water five-Inch antlers; one per day,two session, twenty. November 16-
Fish Commission at Tallahassee per season, November 16-January February 2a Hunting permitted
I-) July 26, according to A.D.Aldrich, 5. Hunting permitted everyday except everyday except In Dixie, Levy,
director. in Dixie, Gilchrist and Levy and Gilchrist Counties
Hunting will be allowed everyday Counties. SPECIAL SEASON Ala- SQUIRREL: Ten gray and two
In the First,Third and Fourth Con- chua, Gilchrist and that portion of fox squirrel per day; total possession
servation Districts, and in the Sec Levy County between State Roads twenty gray and four fox
ond District except in Dixie, Gil- 337 and 339: November 16-Nov squirrel. November 16-February
christ and Levy Counties. In the ember 24,closed at all other times. 23. Hunting permitted everyday
Fifth Conservation District, NO OPEN SEASON Bradford and except In Dixie, Levy and Gil-
everyday hunting will be allowed in that portion of Columbia south of christ Counties.
U! q3r Sumter and Putnam Counties, and State Road 18 and east of U. S. 441.
f all the territory south of State Road TURKEY: Either sex during regu-
50, and west of the St.Johns River. lar season; two per day, three per Continued
Where staggered-day hunting is season, November 16-January 5.
In force, hunting will be allowed Hunting permitted everyday exceptin Next WeekServing
everyday during the first nine days, Dixie, Gilchrist and Levy Coun-
and the period between December ties. SPECIAL SEASON Gobblers
j through L ,Tues
: .k and January Mondays i..... -. =>or_ __ _..._.. I
days Fridays will be closed at r '

all other times. Shooting hours for .' "I'' :
resident game species will remainat :ml1J i r -rl,
from one-half hour before sun-
rises to one-half hour after sunsetof \MAS-CECIL; FIELD

each open day.GENERAL '," !" T t \ .
REGULATIONSFirst and the

WATER SAFETY AIDS Kathy Scotlis charts little sister Clara's District- v\Y YOUR IIAYPOBT"
swimming progress as Jeanne Pangle shows her the proper wayto DEER: Buck deer with one or more
hold her hands. The two older girls contribute a lot of spare five-inch antlers; one per day,two r AREA
time to water safety instruction for youngsters at the Indoor Pool. per season, November 16-January )IOBILE nOME '
(Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)). 5. Hunting permitted everyday. Q'S
NO OPEN SEASON InHardee,Man- \0\
atte, Sarasota, Pinellas DeSoto FROM j.
and Hillsborough Counties south of \ \
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I- U. S. 92.SPECIAL. t.\ "
NORTH FLORIDA'SLARGEST .o"
SEASON south of State
r Road 60: November 9-January 5. .
,
TURKEY: Either sex;two per day, \ft.\\\
three per season. November 16 to {
January 5. Hunting permitted MOBILE HOME ? \\ \
i1Z everyday. SPECIAL SEASON De-
Soto and Hardee Counties: Novem- DEALER
ber 16 to December 1 and Decem- _
ber 21 to January 1. No open sea-
"W* Trod Anything from Blllygoatt ffc Battleshlpt"
son in Pinellas County. SPECIAL
Lt SEASON south of State Road 60:
'x November 9-January 5. tIT1llDIJI] t
QUAIL: Ten per day, total possession -
twenty. November l6-Feb-
6263 Roosevelt Blvd.EV .
23. Hunting permitted
ruary 4:5584:
everyday. SPECIALSEASON
of State Road 60: November 9-Jan
uary 5.SQUIRREL. 4342
; : Ten gray and two fox EX !J1. Ih .11
v squirrel per day, total possession, I

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HIS TEN MILE CARD Glenn Casados, a six year old swimmer,
receives certification from Frank Layne that he has completed 10 PHONE 384-5575
miles of a 50 mile Red Cross swim. John Casados, AEC, wife
Suzette, Renee and Bradley complete the circle of family interest.
(Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JO 1)). 6435 Roosevelt Boulevard -- Jacksonville 10, Florida




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DUVAL'S NEW LOCATION OFF ROOSEVELT

61 FORD CONVERTIBLE '. . .$1795
V-8, Automatic Transmission, Radio, Heater 61 BUICK ELECTRA . . .$2695
Power Steering. 4-Dr. Sedan, Fully Equipped With Power And

62 TRIUMPH TR-4 . . . ..$2395 Factory Air Conditioned, One Owner.
, 1111L1; Radio, Heater and Tonneau Cover. 56 PLYMOUTH HARDTOP . .$395St.
I 63 GALAXIE HARDTOP . . .$2695 Stick, R&H, Excellent 2nd Car.
V-8, Four Speed, Floor Shift Transmission, 57 CHEVROLET 2-DR . . .$995
xf1:1i1: Radio, )Heater) Power Steering, New Car Quar- Hardtop, R&H, Power Steering, Nicest One In
antee. Town.

59 TRIUMPH TR-3 . . . $1495 61 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR IMPALA S1795
Tonneau Cover, Radio, Heater WW Tires, Hardtop, V-8, 4-Spd., R&H. Blk. & Red Int

/ I 63 FALCON CONVERT . . .$2295 58 FORD WAGON . . . .$495
Automatic Transmission, Radio & Heater. New 6 Cylinder, St. Stick, R&H.
Car Guarantee. 63 GALAXIE 500 4-DOOR SEDAN .$2399

60 FORD SQUIRE . . . .$1495 V-8, Cruisoftatic' Radio And Heater.
9 Passenger Wagon, V-8, Automatic, Radio, 63 FALCON 4-DOOR . . .$1895
Heater, Power Steering, Power Windows, Factory Radio, Heater, Auto. Transmission, WSW.
yrry Air Cond. 60 PLYMOUTH FURY 2-DOOR . .$1295
I 60 MG SPORTS CAR . . .$1395 Hardtop, Auto., V-8, Radio, Heater, Power
Radio & Heater. Steering. W Tires.

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55 T-B I RD. . . . . .$1095 59 FORD CUSTOM 300 . . .$795
Overdrive, Radio, Heater. 6-Cyl, Standard Transmission, Radio And Hea-
ter.

60 FALCON SEDAN . . . $895 62 COMET . . . . .$1795
Standard Transmission, White Tires, Red Ex- Air Conditioned And White Tires.
terior. Ideal: 2nd Car. 61 FORD RANCH WAGON . .$1295
S 61 GALAXIE HARDTOP . . .$1595 2-Dr.,6 Cyl., Air Conditioned, Standard Trans-
V-8, Automatic Transmission, Radio, Heater mission.

& Power Steering. 5 To Choose From. 61 FALCON 4-DOOR . . .$1495
61 PONTIAC WAGON . . .$1895 Automatic Transmission, Deluxe Interior, Ra-
V-8, Automatic Transmission, Radio, Heater, dio, And Heater, Luggage Rack.
White Tires, Elec. Windows, Seat Power Steer- 59 FORD COUNTRY SQUIRE------$1295
ing And Brakes. 9 Passenger, Power Steering And Brakes, Radio -
60 CHEVROLET IMPALA . .$1495 And heater,'White Tires.
I / V-8, Automatic Transmission, Radio & Heawcr, 63 MONZA SPYDER . . .$2395
White Exterior With Black Trim. Super Charger, 4 On The Floor, Fully Equipped

S 60 PLYMOUTH SEDAN . . .$595 Steel Blue
I V-8 Engine, Automatic Transmission, Tutone 60 CORVAIR COUPE . . .$795
Paint. Standard Shift, Radio And Heater.

62 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN . .$2295 56 BUICK 2-DOOR . . . .$495
4-Dr.V-8, Automatic, Radio And Beater Hardtop, Factory Air Conditioned, Drives
58 CHEV. BEL AIR 4-DR . . .$595 Right.
Auto, V-8, Standard Transmission, Radio And 60 RAMBLER AMERICAN . .$695
Heater. Automatic Transmission, Radio & Heater.


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