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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: August 29, 1962
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services aiivertiRed.VOL.

21 NO. 25 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA EKLI :" rRY, AUGUST 29, \

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WWII..J\\ Fighter Pilot Is CommissaryPlans Capt. rll\b\ t mm I l


Capt. Lanier To Be i



I NAS Executive OfficerBy New New NARTU SkipperCaptain


Mae Spencer, J01
Open HoursJacksonville
Samuel L. Lanier will assume command of the Naval
A former University of Florida student and World War II ace is
serve Training Unit in ceremonies scheduled to be held here on
now the Naval Air Station's Executive Officer. He is Commander LouisA.
Menard, Jr. Commander Menard assumed the post from CommanderT.C. Mayport and Cecil at 10:00 a.m. in Hangar 113. The present NARTU skipper
Ralph E. Elliott, Jr., is slated to retire at the ceremonies.
Field Stores will
: Deans, who has been: acting executive officer since the retirement Commissary
commander W.J. Schub in June. commence operating under new Rear Admiral George atpr
Cdr; Menard came toJackson- :.. hours September 9, according to *, Koch, Chief of Naval Air
ville from duties on the staff of ',J. Lieutenant Commander D.G. PT Training, will arrive
the NATO command of Commander Frank, Officer in Charge of .' : attend a party in Capt. ti'm
the three facilities.The ,: t / gJ honor which is being hosted
in Chief, Southern Europe Allied ', ;
Forces with headquarters In \ .1" i ;' Jacksonville Navy 1P

Naples, Italy He was the Targeting NAS Jacksonville hours will 1 ,r,,. party will be held In
and Officer now be Closed Tues- Room of the
Special Weapons for : Monday ( ); .
the command. day through Thursday from 10 a.m. ., Building at 6:30 p.m. on
This is not the WWII fighter until 5 p.nv: Friday from 10 a.m. :. "f( During the Saturday
pilot's first visit to Northern a until 6 p.m. ;and on Saturday from ceremonies RAdm. Koch
Florida. In fact, his Navy career 8 a.m. until 2 p.m. sent the Chance Vought
in Jacksonville.He for excellence In aviation
practically began
entered the Naval service in Mayport Commissary hours: ....t.J..il procurement to Capt.
Atlanta Ga. and then herein NARTU J ax has won this ofN
came Monday (Closed); Tuesday through
July 1941 to train as an Aviation Thursday from 9:30 a.m. until three years in a row, an

Cadet. He was commissioned an 4:30 p.m.; Friday from 9:30 a.m. ,,,. ,I" :' > ,,', dented achievement in
Ensign on February 12, 1942, in until 6 p.m.; and on Saturday from 'e>' Air Reserve Training Ind
Miami.He 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. Prior to assuming
joined his first fighter squadron "' \\\,. NARTU Jax, Capt. Elliott
VF-9 in Norfolk, Va., in April 5 as executive officer of fea
Cecil Field hours
: Monday craft carrier USS
of 1942 and from then on his assignments 5)T
chronicled much ofWWU's (Closed); Tuesday through Thurs- as operations officer on
day 9 a.m. until 4:30: p.m.; Friday
more famous battle areas.. Copt. S. L. Lanier '
Menard (Continued On )
.Cdr. L. A. from 9 a.m. until 6:30: p.m.; and
He is credited with shooting down
Saturday from 9 a.m. until noon.
nine aircraft.sevenJapanese and Tier USS Essex. 01w
two German in WWII. During the After this he returned to Floridain VAP-62 Receives 1963 01.tb

invasion of North Africa the young 1944 to marry the former Miss In a circular distributed to commissary -
Naval Aviator participated in air Helen Montgomery of Daytona patrons, It was stated that thth
support flights from the deck of Beach. the reason for the hour changesis Fleet Aviation Safety b
the carrier, USS Ranger. The new groom was soon on his due to a critical staff shortage.The .
Then, nearly halfway 'round the way back to the Western Pacific
world Cdr. Menard flew missionsover with Fighter Squadron 12 operating manpower burden can be
lessened however to A 1963 U. Atlantic Fleet Aviation Patrol Squadron 18 In fom
the Marshalls, Wake Island, aboard the carrier USS Randolph.He according
Midway, Tarawa, Rabaul, Kwa- Was in the first carrier the circular, if patrons would shopon Safety Award has been pre lected as the outstanding
sented to a second squadron based free of Its
squadron
other than sales type
jalein and Iwo Jlma from the car- peak days,
(Continued On Page 5))
normally Wednesdays and Thurs- here at NAS Jacksonville. Atlantic Fleet. toN
days. Heavy Photographic Squadron The citation was
Sixty-Two, commanded by Com- the squadron by the A
mander John D. Stufflebeem. joinsFOR of the U.S. Atlantic
Praises Local Red
Capt. Compton Air ODeirne.Force, Vice Admiral M n

In forwarding the

Cross Field Officer In LetterThe mander Admiral Fleet Air p cith

'"' cluded his personal
message stating that the 'C
American Red Cross is an organization which is dedicated ation of the award was
toward helping Man In his time of need. This It does hundreds of timesa < tiyjar nificant as a second year v
year. ,4y ment and that It was
Last Friday, the Station's Com- cluded health and welfare reportson during an accelerated Iiti
manding Officer, CaptalnJamesR.Compton families, articles of health y diversified operations
the attention and comfort for personnel temporarily w
praised highly .r squadron was employed
the NAS confined and loans and d fov
given locally by large portion of the
Red Cross Field Office, and pre- grants to conflnees faced with '
sented Field Director C.V. Gross emergency needs. j.I': iod.The photo squadron's tyyM1W
with a letter of appreciation as "In each and every Instance attributes the winning of
m
where assistance has been
testimony.In to the "constant d
the presence of Chief War- requested, you and your staff have all hands to Safe Naval
rant Officer F.B. Miller, the responded in a professional and .'" ,. Safety," adds the t
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Station's Brig Officer, Captain expeditious manner. Your services a daily diet for every
Compton read the letter which have contributed significantly to f< il" ... officer in the squadron." cith
stated in part: the successful rehabilitation pro- Cdr. Stufflebeem
"On numerous occasions the gram of the Brig." mented on the squadron's
Brig Officer and staff have requested Gross has been the Field accident free RA-3B liS..
of Director here a total of 10 years,
the assistance the Naval record just established S.w
SERVICES RENDERED J. R. NAS CO
Air Station Field Office of the spending two tours at other act Copt. Compton, presents week saying"We're not
certificate of appreciation to Red Cross Field Director'C.V. cl
ivities. His headquarters are
American Red Cross in behalf of with all those hours we've
prisoners confihed in the Station located in Bldg. 39 and he has Gross for work the Red Cross has done in behalf of NAS pri ed, what we're most thm
Services rendered have in charge of the units located at soners. Brig Officer CWO F.B. Miller looks on. (Navy Photo byRon
Brig. NAS Cecil Field and NS Mayport. Gardner PH2-P1)) (Continued On Page ) 0




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..2'-- JAX AIR NEWS August 29,1963 1


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Management Reorganization: \Ij I S
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Violation RecordThe j ,. j ,. I ] )

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Toward More Effective Seapower J_. _, (II" .-. .

following is a report of The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

motor vehicle accidents and traffic distributed*ch Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

violations for the period August 18 Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
executive who had been
( The Honorable Fred Korth, chargedwith through August 24. private firm. All Copy submitted l for use in the JAX AIR
the mission of
Secretary of the Navy In primary giving NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
direct to the forces afloat.
support
the following article outlines the 2 NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
Workload assignments and the resources NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis Box ,
Navy Management Reorganizationtoward publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-
them
effective to accomplish were
more seapower. ) passed to the activities from Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
several Week(period August 18-24).8) Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
As most of you are aware, the sources through multiple Total accidents this year through concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
channels. There official
Navy has a bt-linear system of was no one August 24. . . 178 4724 Clyde Drive. Jacksonville 8, Florida --
of naval shore Company
There among a group
is division
organization. a Number of accidents through
359-027L
activities whom the Fleet could Telephone 3595140 or
to
'_ .., of responsibility, under the Secretary August 1962 . . 173
look for authoritative direction of
with the military or "user"
function on the one hand and the its required support.Consequently -VOL. 21 NO. 25 AUGUST 29, 1963 J

bureaus, or "producer" functionson a Commander of Number of days since last Injury I

the other. In order to deter- Fleet Activities has been estab- in motor vehicle accident. .42

mine how well the Department lished to head a Fleet Activities Distress Signals- Ghwn
and Command. The Command will
functioning to appraise con-
behind and Include such activities as sub- NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis
cepts our structure
processes, a comprehensive review marine bases, amphibious bases, For Freeway Motorl.sThe

of all aspects of managementin air stations, weapons replenishmant week (August 18-24)) 55 -

the Navy was initiated. The activities and naval stations.It Speeding. . . . 10 American Association of signal, passing motorists should

goal was to recommend appropriate will exclude such producer- Reckless driving. . 0 State Highway officials has just notify the nearest police, highway,

procedural adjustments to improve oriented logistics activities as Going through stop sign. 9 issued the following policy on Uniform or automotive service official at

the Department't per- shipyards, laboratories and Other violations. . 36 Distress Signals for Motor- the first convenient opportunity,
formance in ordnance plants which will con- ists the location of the motoristin
achieving its object Twenty-five drivers appeared on Freeways: giving
tives. The reviewing committee tinue to be directed by the tech- before the Traffic Hearing Boardat In an emergency on freeways, need of assistance.

made over 200 recommendations to nical bureaus. the meeting held on August 26. whenever possible, drivers should
The Fleet Activities Commander
improve our management Disposition of the cases includethe stop their cars on the right-hand
under the CNO will command and
processes. They involve the departmental supervise all the shore activities following: 18 lost driving and shoulder, well away from the Talc It EasyAnother

headquarters and Navy parking privileges aboard the through traffic lanes.
him and will financethe
to
shore activities which supply and assigned station for various periods; 13 At night the tail lights and the

support combat ready forces. operations and operational were assigned to complete an Interior lights of the stopped long holiday weekendis

To clarify responsibilities a maintenance of the Operating eight hour course In remedial vehicle should be turned on. If here. Millions of people will

new Department General Order Forces as well as the operationof driving instructions;nine had suspended the vehicle Is equipped with a be traveling the highways, and,

sets forth the specific cause-and- the Fleet Headquarters He penalties; two were given turn-signaling indicator having an unfortunately for we good drivers,

effect steps in the logistics administration will budget for, control the personnel warnings; three were dismissedand "emergency" switch this shouldbe many of them are poor drivers,

by which the Chief of ceilings and provide administrative three were referred to com- turned on so that both the right with utter disregard of other

Naval Operations and the Com- services for those manding officers for possible disciplinary and left turn signal lights will motorists and the general, common

mandant of the Marine Corps activities under his command. action. flash simultaneously.Where sense rules of safety on the high-

determine and express their requirements Naval support activities at a a disabled vehicle is way to enable you to enjoy your

and by which the given site will be designated as stopped in such a position that holiday, and to return safely to
Naval Local Church Invites
Bases. All acti-
bureaus in turn contribute to these Operating part or all the traffic lane is Jax. Here are the Drivers' Ten

determinations, ascertain their vities at a given location, which occupied, portable warning devices Commandments (reprinted from

feasibility and undertake the exe- are a part of the Fleet Activities Servicemen To DinnerWant should be placed to the rear of Safety Instruction Card #829, Nat-

cution of approved programs for Command of the, will Naval be under the command Base- the stopped vehicle to notify oncoming ional Safety Council).
Operating
accomplishing them. to have a pleasant, safe drivers of the traffic
The CNO remains the numberone Commander. Labor Day plus some good home hazard. L The good driver keepeth his

officer in the Navy, but the In establishing the Naval Op- cooking? special Labor Day Pro Whenever help is needed, white car in safe condition.
Bases and the Fleet
Acti-
Chief of Naval Material (CNM) erating gram has been planned for Mon- cloth or handkerchief should be 2. He driveth only when sober,

will function as the counterpart of trict vities boundaries Command,will the Naval be alter-Dis- day, August 2 which includes a desplayed from the stopped vehicleso and never to great weariness.

the CNO and the Commandant of ed not ballgame starting at 3:00 p.m., that It can readily be seen 3. His mind doth not wander,
will the
Naval
nor District
the Marine Corps, and will clearly Commandants be eliminated. The dinner at 5:30 p.m., evening ser- from other vehicles on the high- for safe driving keepeth a man

be responsible for advice on the vice at 7:30 p.m. withguest speaker way. In addition, the hood of the busy.
economic feasibility of meeting Base Operating Base Commander located for the Rev. Estep of St. Augustine bring-' car should be raised. 4. He keepeth always to the

their material requirements and presently at District ing the evening message. Don While waiting for helpmotorists speed which glveth perfect con-
Headquarters, will also be design-
for the efficient management of ated as Commandant of that Dis- Reynolds of Public Works Dept.is should remain within their cars or trol.
material resources. trict. Minister of Music. nearby In a safe position off the 5. He passes Intersections and

The CNM will direct the ma- I am firmly convinced that All service personnel are cord- traveled way. They should not grade crossings with great care.

terial support effort repre- when the recommendations of the ially invited to attend the Normandy stand or walk !In or near traffic 6. To children and pedestrians

sented by the four bureaus of have been Church of the Nazarene, 7020 lanes, or leave their cars un- he giveth thought, for over them

Naval Weapons, Ships,Supplies and we study will have made fully Implemented further Ramona Blvd.: Rev. J.D. Havener, attended. he hath the power of life and death.
,
Accounts and Yards and Docks. pro- Host Pastor. After observing a distress 7. He obeyeth the law of the
toward
The Chief of Naval Personnel will gress our constant goal: land, knowing obedience may Increase -
that of .
not be under the Chief of Naval continuing to maintain the .. .. ; :. his years.
finest :
Material, but will remain in his strongest, most modern .'. ..... \ 8. For the hazards of drivingIn
ll .
Navy and Marine Corps in the .. h.'.. .. ;', .I j:Y:;
present relationship. Similarly, the night, he maketh allowance.
the Chief of the Bureau of Medi- world, manned by superior people 9. Though his soul be tried,

cine and Surgery will report to who are loyal, motivated and dedicated dtr the good driver remembereth that
and who y Sis
the Secretary as the Department's are operating within l courtesy Is the first law of self-
a Department that is function-
'executive for medical support. preservation

Another reorganization step Involved Ing as efficiently will as human management 10. When he goeth on foot,

the administration of our permit. the good driver remembereth the

field activities. The shore activities Blood Donors golden rule.Millions .

of the Navy, including many
which give direct support to the Sixteen Navy men recently do- View Satellite
nated blood to the Naval Hospital
forces
afloat
were managed by
Blood Donor Center. During 3 Orbital Years
various bureaus and offices. A :
donor from NAS
typical direct support activity was There was one Washington (AFPS-A) satelliteseen
under one bureau for business Supply he was Commander EarlF. by millions of people aroundthe
Hllderbrant. world, Echo I, has completedthree
management, got technical
Those who donated from Air- years in orbit.
direction from one or more other In August the 100-foot sphere
craft Maintenance Dept,, were:
bureaus, and was under the military had flown 417,431,506 miles -
command of the CNO exer- Robert L. Arment, AN; James H, 13,555 orbits since it was

cised through the Commandant of Avery, ADJ1: William K. Blais, launched' into space by a Delta

the Naval District.A AN; Christopher E. Burton,ADR3; launch vehicle on Aug 12, 1960.
J Echo I was the first man-made
Francis E. Clarkin AMH2
;
number of the activities had '. passive communication satellite.
Thomas J. Gaub, ANAlanDouglas; f pt'v6PON'
little real connection with the mission -
Lundy, ADjl; Donald F. Mitchell,
of the bureau to which they
AN Ronald A. Peck AA WilliamJ.
; ; BEfORE
Men EXPIRE
were assigned. were more
Peters AN Michael D. Ranne
closely aligned to"user" logisticsthan ; Two factors enter Into worth- i
AN; Allen F. VanDuke, ADJ1; and at-
while achlevement bl1lty
to "producer" logistics and In
Bruce D. Waterman, AA; RobertF. YOUR LEAVE Indispensable
many respects, were a part of the titude. One is aflfc
operating forces. There was no Williams, AA; and Charles D. as the other. Christian Observer.
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I I: 'Clip' Shop In Operations( ) Once Pro Football Hopeful Now



I The NAS Navy Exchange now has use ot all those persons authori- Exchange Officer
an additional barbershop located in zed Navy Exchange privileges. New HAS Navy
the EM Lounge of the Operations Hours of operation are 8:00a.m0 .
Building. This shop is for the to 4:30: p.m. At the close of World War II a young Naval Reserve Lieutenant (jg) turned down a $400 a week professional -
commission In the Navy Supply Corps
month regular
football offer to accept a $200 a

Last Monday this same of.

ficer, now a commander, assumedthe ---flk \ k. .
dial t EV 8-7676 duties as the Air Station's Navy
Exchange Officer. He Is Com- f fl
m mander T. E. Stevenson, veteran
MILITARY of over 20 years active service.
Cdr. Stevenson relieved Com-
mander J. L. Delany who will retire -
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_, ttrsuRaNc'r on Saturday after 22 years
naval service.
; Aoi oi 4'1!r : The new Navy Exchange officer
iutlgNw MM mind.Wvu comes to Jacksonville from an assignment -
Rr u a racdttsonaMCDOUGALL'S In Norfork,Va.,where he _
GENE* was the Commissary Store Officer.
Cdr. Delany, who will assume a
'M63 Roosevelt Blvd.-Nest< NAS-J&cktonvllla 3
position as a certified public accountant j
with a local Jacksonvillefirm

FOR THE BEST DEALS ON THE BEST AUTOMOBILES! leaves NAS after serving
here since April 1957, first as the
Material Division Officer with the
See--Moon MullinsLCDR.
Supply Department and, since
(USN RET.) December 1960 as the Navy Exchange
Officer. Before taking over

at SHANNON BROTHERS INC. his last assignment, Cdr. Delany CHECK SIGNING CHORE for the new Navy Exchange Officer,
attended the Navy Ships Store Of- Cdr. T.E. StevensonL( ) is made easier by his receiving a signa
in the big ficer Management School in ture plate from outgoing NX Officer, Cdr. J.L. DeLany. Cdr. Stevenson
yellow building ((11th & Main)
N.Y. He Is a graduateof
Brooklyn assumed his new duties Monday and Cdr. DeLany awaits
the University of Florida. the arrival of Saturday and his retirement after 22 years Naval
New RenaultsePeugeotseStudebakers. Cdr. Stevenson's Navy career service. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01))
began In 1943 when he graduatedfrom
PHONE EL 6-3993 the University of South
Carolina and received a line commission ply for supply duty In March 194&, troops to and from Korea.
through the Institute's It was while he was at New Back on the mainland, after attending -
Naval Reserve Officer Training Orleans, La., waiting admission to a 10-weekManagementAc-
BACK I II Course the Supply Corps School then at counting Seminar at the Bureau of
His first assignment was in Bayonne, N.J., that he was Supplies and Accounts in Washington. -
Florida with the Sub Chaser Train- approached by a professional foot- D.C., Cdr. Stevenson assumedthe
I SCHOOL Ing Center at Miami. Followingthis ball team from Los Angeles. The duties as the NAS Glynco, Ga.,
he was the executive officer commander had lettered both his Supply Officer In March 1953.
aboard a 110-foot submarine junior and senior years at South In September 1955, he began a
ra arnnrrulm 8TOEfEJM chaser craft designated SC-1059. Carolina. He decided against a brief six-month tour with the staff
rrrr Shortly afterward he graduatedto gridiron career, however, and of Amphibious Group Two which
the sklppership of the SC-1323 elected the Navy as his livelihood, ended upon the receipt of special
I then operating in Pacific waters. making the switch from Reserve orders to Taipei,Tai ran,where he
The SC craft carried depth chargesthe line officer to Regular supply of- established a commissary store
same as destroyers and escort ficer. and remained until October 1957.
vessels. They were used pri- Following his schooling in From the establishment of the
marily as direction craft during Bayonne, his first supply duty was Taipei store to the disestablishment -
amphibious invasions.It as the officer In charge of the commissary of the commissary at New
$
.00
was while he was skipper of store at Charleston, S.C. Orleans, was the commander'snext
SAVE & the SC-1323 that he witnessed"the Once again the commander returned assignment. Later, stayed
unconditional surrender of the to Florida when in June 1948 on at New Orleans andserved on the
Japanese aboard the battleship he took charge of the commissarystore staff of the Military Sea Trans-
Missouri In Tokyo Harbor, August at Green Cove Springs wherehe portation Service Gulf Sub Area-
14, 1945. stayed until September 1950. as the supply officer until June 1960
The war over, Lieutenant (jg) His first assignment sea since at which time he was transferredto
Stevenson looked toward civilian the war was aboard the submarine Norfolk and then here.
life, but the Navy was seeking line tender USS Nereus at. San Diego, Cdr. Stevenson and his wife Lois
officers for possible augmentationinto Calif., and also aboard the trans- live at 3532 Ponce de Leon Ave.,
the Supply Corps with Regular port USS Pickaway which carriedBRILLIANT South Jacksonville with their two
commissions, so he decided toap- daughters, Pamela ((16)) and Debbie
i ((9 mos.), and a son, Tommy ((5)).


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Have ybu made sure, financially,

Fashion Show
that your childrencan

R Set Sept. 9 go to college?

Joe D'Accardi .

j. "Salute the Designers" a Marv In B. Harper, CLU, Genera! Agent Don Mopes
fashion show sponsored by the Wo- '
men's Guild of the Jacksonville 1100 Universal Marion Building
.r Symphony Association will bepre- Tel. 354.4483

sented on Monday afternoon, Sept-
ember 9 at 2:30 p.m. in the George MASSACIIISKTTS(: : MLTfAl.
Washington Hotel Auditorium. The Life !nAurgnrrf'nrnpnny
show will feature the outstanding 'tlNOr''LD ruuCMU.ttS D-O..IIID'I.
j
designs of Harvey Berin, Herbert
Sonhelm and Murray Tuchfleld
from the House of BranelL! Proceeds -
from the show will be con-
tributed toward the community
support of the Jacksonville o00 oao
Symphony Orchestra, and a
scholarship fund for worthy
students of music.
After the show, coffee will be
GOOD CONDUCT MEDALS. Cdr. John D. Stufflebeem, Commanding .. served In the ballroom on the mezzanine -
Officer of VAP-62 pins Good Conduct Medal on Kenneth C. where the fashions may be >
Davis, AMS3, while (L to R) Charles J. Beck, ATN2; Julian W. seen at close range and guests
Giddens, ATN2; and Vincent C. Morin ATN2 look on. (U.S. Navy, given the opportunity to meet the
Photo by Ron Gardner PH2.P 1)) designers. 1 x.f x.s x.
Tickets, at $2.00 each, may be '. \
purchase at the Jacksonville Sym-
VAP-62 World War II phony Office ((354-5479)), or at the i
door of the George Washington ( rs
Hotel auditorium. q dW
Receives Award FighterContinued :

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(Continued From Page 1))
( From Page 1)) USO Show OnStage
Is the next hour we fly." Still,
it these hours strikes on Tokyo and then was
was during past Here Tonight
that the squadron received another shot down on February 17, 1945.
award aNavyUnitCommendatiorLInkeeping Later that year, Cdr. Menard It was Inadvertently reported In
the subject of Aviation returned to Jacksonville to be assigned last week's Air News that the
in the minds of all hands to a Utility Squadron wherehe Jacksonville
Safety USO variety show was .
These are plump firm gulf fresh shrimp
the squadron holds a safety slogan was the executive officer. to have been held last Thursday. shnmfected
contest every month. The winnerof His first Washington, D.C. duty The show will, Instead, be held nested in Morrison's tangy sauce per I
the contest gets a special liberty followed with a position in the this evening at 8 p.m.lnNATTU's over 23 years ago. Since 1940 \ cocktail, ,
pass and has his slogan displayedin Power Plant Division of the Bureauof King Hall, Bldg. 500. we've served over $7,000,000 worth featured\
prominent 15 inch letters in the Aeronautics from 1946 to 1948. The cast will be comprised of cocktails
18,000,000 shrimp incom everyday
over
From 1948 1950 he the
to was
The is USO Junior Volunteers
hanger. current slogan : servicemen -
Live It Up Safely! Personnel Officer at NAS Barbers and local civilian volunteers. parably zesty and remarkably low-priced. only 40c
It appears to have paid off in Point, Hawaii.He Highlights of the show will be Enjoy one today!
returned to the States for a music Nick Elklns and the
spades. by Ridge
/ I'
year study at the Navy's General Runners who have appeared locally
Line School in Monterey, Calif In the Jacksonville and Jacksonville -
and then went on to O&R Flight Beaches area. moweRoosevelt
Test at NASNorfolk. Va. in 1952. Bobby Elwood of Fighter Squadron -
The veteran aviator came backto 62, NAS Cecil Field, will perform -
Florida again in June of 1953to a comedy skit and! portray Mall e128 W. Monroe Sloe Southgate Plaza
be executive officer of Fighter "Jimmy" which he has recorded
w Squadron 33 based at NAS Cecil!1 for release in December.
Field. The unit deployed to the
-
Mediterrean aboard the carrier
USS ..

Squadron Midway.His first 102 command and then was Fighter Attack i : I!ltM.. \ I
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Squadron Pac aboard 36 the which carrier went, USS to West-Ben- [: ... 4.:w: ilj: ,. ",

WESTSIDE nlngton The commanders' other duties \;:;\.:;:;:::;;;:t::I'::;: ..::;:.. :.:::;.:\::FACTQRY'OUTLET 5Q M3RMANOY: 8QUZ&ARnACRGt'10R MEN'S/ tt:ANDBOX'S FROM '.+ATLANTIC. CLOTHING MILLS: } t\J\\\\\\)\ \\\;\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\:\\\\\\t\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\:
prior to his arrival here were:
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Office of Naval Intelligence, June ,
th O/J iIL 1956-July 1959; assistant air of-
ficer and air officer, USS Sara-
BOYS SLACKS
toga; Weapons EmploymentCourse (famous brands) '
SERVING Norfolk, Va. and then the
DUVAL SOUTHWEST NATO duty. Reg. 5.50 to 6.98
I COUNTY Cdr. Menard is authorized to our price only.. 3 95
COMPLETE WITH wear the Silver Star Medal, the sizes 26 to 30.. '
CONVENIENT Distinguished Flying Cross, 11
t x
MODERN Air Medals, the Purple Heart, the WOOL BLAZERS ? :
BANKING COMMERCIAL Presidential Unit Citation, the .
SERVICES Navy Unit Commendation, the
!EA American Defense Medal, the Reg. 27.50 to 35.00
HOURSr..hw American Campaign Medal, the our price only....... 14 9 5 ;
D.4.frig.0. AM.I OOM European-African-Middle Eastern :
; AM.IM .AN 0.r., Medal the Asiatic-
Pacific Campaign Campaign ;Medal, and the ::::?'..J>i it.V.}\\\ ..BRING.': .:" ..: ;::; ,i A'd: 6 :

National Defense Service Medal. :THIS:::AD.'IN.FOR.'A., ; PHONE A
The Menards have three child-

ren; daughter Helen, age 17; son, Illi'rlE:
Louis A. Menard III, age 16
and daughter, Annette age 6. .NoPwt: H. CES ARY :::
1.,21 AD' .. 771-6161 They list their official home as
Palmetto, Fla. where Cdr.
OPEN DAILY 9:30 TO 9:00
J Menard's parents live. His fatheris : %r

Memb er of FDIC a retired Atlantic,Coast Line EXCEPT WED. TIL 6. CLOSED SUNDAY L
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; o The cqeui ) JFK Unveils Jet Transport >

Paz:

: World's
a StarLifter', LargestWashington

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pressed a House Armed Services Committee
AFPS -- veiling, the president
By press-
( )
"HENNY PENNY" CHICKEN DINNER Ing a button at the White House button which relayed a signal were with.the President during the
-
ceremony.The
\ President has unveiledthis through the Air ForceGlobalCommand
Kennedy
4 4 pieces Chicken, French Fries, and Communications Net and President was introducedby
nation's transport
newest jet
Cole Slaw, Hot Roll..1.25 which Is capable of carrying 154 opened the door of the Lockheed Secretary of the Air Force
M. Zuckert who
Euguene was at
a plant.Air
127 or
troops or paratroops
the plant in Marietta.The .
Force units are slated to
payload of over 90,000
PARTY BOX cargo receive operational StarLifters in turbo-powered C 141-A will !

16 pieces of Chicken, pounds.The rollout of the C141-A 1965. be able to fly any ocean nonstop -
of the Congressional yet have the shortest take-
Members Georgia
a. StarLifter occurred I
Hot
- 4 Rolls, military transport
off and of ,
delegation, IncludingSen. landing any jet trans-
:' at Dobbins AFB, MariettaGa.
l Pint
I' ', Russell D., Ga.), !
Richard B. ( port.Within
:- .
y!. Cole Slaw closed-circuit television Chairman of the Senate Armed Ser 80 hours, a fleet of 205

SNACK PARK }: ;.... ..,,., 3.85 President By Kennedy talked to vices Committee and Rep. Carl StarLifters could deploy an en I
2 Pieces Chicken workers and guests. For the un- Vinson (D,, Ga.). Chairman of the tire Airborne Division non-stop
from United
States' bases to West-
French Fries, ... ern Europe. I
Hot Roll.......75f! 4 .

Phone ,.;;: ': 1 I
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FISH DINNER TO GO 389.2841 ,- it.

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1 large Filet, Cole Slow,

Hot Roll, Tartar Sauce. ROOSEVELT A
French Fries.*...... I

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Can you afford

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::',i"; '.. .t then come and live in

> the Sunshine at 54 YEARS OF AVIATION PROGRESS .- The tiny Wright Flyer (right), almost too small to notice i
\.1 under the gargantuan wing of the first U.S. Air Force C-141A StarLifter, dramatizes 54 years of :

.. MACKLEBUILTDeltona progress in American military transports. This 40-mph aircraft, delivered to the Army Signal Corpsin
1909, was the world's first military transport. The first 550-mph fanjet StarLifter! rolled out of I
; : :: the 76-acre Lockheed-Georgia aerospace plant at Marietta, August 22, is approximately 14 times
c-1\: ; faster and is the nation's newest cargo transport. Scores of the 316,000-1b. aerial giants will begin

joining the Air Force by late next year, with flight testing starting by the end of this year. (Lock. ti
heed Photo) r
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FLORIDA
TRIANGLE (i\ 1
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y ... of Yes only, with$210.00 a down and payment month. 816 IaTt1tIii 1 RES: MoviesMovies i

DAYTONA MAC"/\ ly payments of only$43.11 1 ,: ctmmui HUM
/ you can own your Mackle- 1
ADELTONA Built and! Mackle-Bonded Two Locations To Serve You: will be shown regularlyat
\' home in excitingly brand 5444 Normandy Boulevard EV 9.0388 7 p.m. on Monday through Sat- :
I \\C I This new Deltona meansfirst, Florida.and last 2809 Moyporf Road CM f 6-4825 urday; at 2 p.m. and 7pm. on '

tAji 1 a home built with the skill Saturday; and Sunday, at the Main- :
qtao .. .'lUvtR u U and experience( of Florida's BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE FRITZ side and NATTU Theaters and at I
Mackle Brothers Southern On Tires/ -Batteries/ Shocks 'Brakes PARMAN 7 p.m. only on Sunday at the i
cocoa, \\\ Builders for over 54 years.Dt"eMItKUIIII.Of.tllll. Front End Engine & Transmission Work (Ret C.P.O.) Hospital Theater. These times arc t
Here in Deltona you caneNwCyta.enllw

and enjoy recreational every convenience pleasure.You WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE U.S.N subject Thursday to change., August 29 \
will live in the beautiful, rolling Orange Blossom t
Country in Florida's Golden Triangle in an area of NOTHING DOWN YEARS TO PAY Mainside The Stripper t
progress. NATTUnit The Yellow Canary !
Get the facts.now- let us prove how easy it is to put
Deltona in your future. Deltona is the only Florida Hospital Harbor Lights
development featuring new Mackle-Built homes.
Deltona Mackle-Built Homes range in price from the ONE place to Friday, August 30
$6.960. to 15450. with terms as low as$210 down and Mainside That Touch Of Mink
$43.11 monthly. call for
NATTUnit The Stripper
DELTONA HOMCSITES are now at 1957 Florida
Hospital The Yellow Canary
Land Prices. 10,000 sq. ft. homesites are $1095
'
including central water main to every homesite.As Saturday, August 31

low as $15 per month (includes guaranteedlow money Mainside The Castilian

simple interest rate of 5% per annum) NATTUnit That Touch Of Mink

Hospital The Stripper
ClinIC in inlay or send/for FREE full color booklet
pass tares sr ,aa tta tar taa Itffata Phone Beneficial! Get cash double.fast for any good rea Sunday, September 1

son furloughs expenses, bills, you.name.it! And get Mainside Hud I
Beneficial's International Credit Card, too, for Immediate
; FLOi IDA! INVESTMENT NATTUnit The Castilian
:j* Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office Of Mink
M any. Hospital That Touch
4,{ AND R: TIREMENT REALTY CO. where! Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now!
Monday, September 2
6453 Beach Blvd Phone 721-0277 :
I :1:1I BENEFICIALFINANCE Mainside Main Attraction 1

NATTUnit Hud I
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NAME ..... .................... ................................ Loans up to $600 on Furniture, Car or Note
I Tuesday, September 3
ADDRESS ......... ....... .... ......................... .. I JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville Mainside
311 West Bay St., Mayflower Hotel ELgin Rampage
I CITY COUNTY .. ... STATE.... N a 5059 Normandy Blvd. (Near Normandy Drive-in). tv 3.4473 4.4595 NATTUnit Main Attraction
I.interest'(1 I.in 0 a I 8130 Lem Turner Rd. (L. Forest Shopping Ctr.) PO 5.2623 Hospital HudWednesday
ARLINGTON Beneficial Finance Co. of
I QA DELTONA HOME QDELTONA HOMESITES I Town & Country Shopping Center Arlington. RA 4.7910 September 4
I plan to retire in 01 year 02 years: 03 years or more SO. JACKSONVILLE Beneficial Finance Co. of Florida
Mainside Foltowthe
3436 Beach Blvd\ South Gate Plaza Boys
I (tOllermf of properties it prices quoted is subject to withdrawal without notice) J v EX 8.1515 NATTUnit Rampage
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Thursday, August 29 August 29 Thursday, August 29

Happy Hour Country Drifters 8:30 p.m.- Dance contest & Dance featuring
11:30 p.m.Friday. March Wilson and The Red Coats Ads should he mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clyde' Drive,
Jacksonville, Florida, to arrive not later thon Tuesday for publication -
8:00 p.m. 12:00: a.m. the following Thursday. Ads arriving too late for this deadline -
Friday, August 30 will,be published the following week, unless the publish Is
August 30 Friday, August 30 Instructed otherwise A check or money order for the full cost of
Dance to Johnny Arnold "4" the ad must be reot Ived WITH the copy for the od.
Night Shades 8:00 p.m. 12:30 Dance featuring Carl Boyd & DO NOT SEND CASH.

a.m. Rhythm Kings 9:00: p.m. 1:00 RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .$1.00

Saturday, August 31 a.m. Per additional line ((4 words per line) .. 35

Saturday, August 31 Saturday, August 31
Dance to Phil Cay
Marc Castle 8:00 p.m. 12:30 Dance featuring March Wilson &

a.m. Red Coats 9:00 p.m. 1:00 JEAN'S SCHOOL OF DANCING Lake
FURNISHED APARTMENT -
Sunday, September 1 a.m. Venetia, Orange Park, Wesconnett Shore. Small Clean, Utilities

Charlie JayMonday Sunday, September 1 Sunday, September 1 Ballet SP 1-5464., Tap, Jazz, Hula. EV 4-3055 4275.furnished. $50.00 month. EV 9-

Componets 8:30 p.m. 11:30 Dance featuring Carl Boyd &
September 2 p.m. Rhythm Kings 8:00 p.m. 12:00 Normandy Church of the Nazarene FOR SALE
a.m. ',f Blvd. School
1\ 4 7020 Ramona Sunday SINGER SLANT NEEDLE
Chiefs Picnic, Chiefs and Dependents Monday, September 2 9:45: a.m.; Sunday Worship 11:00 CONSOLE MODEL
free Adults $LOOChild Monday, September 2 a.m. NYPS: 6:30 p.m. Evangel- Like new, perfect condition, DOES
under 12 50tf Band Auditioning Club opens 12:00 p.m. istic Service : 7:30: p.m. Wed. THE WORKS. Zigzags, sews on
Dance featuring Carl Boyd & Prayer Meeting: 7:30 p.nu Rev. buttons, makes buttonholes, sewson
Rhythm Kings 8:00 p.m. 12:00 J.D. Havener, Pastor, EV 7-113L stitchs. Original price $300 -
Tuesday, September 3
Tuesday, September 3 a.m. pay off balance of $84 or take up
Game Night REAL ESTATE SALES&SERVICE of $8.96 Call
Game Tuesday, September 3 payments monthly.
NIghfWednesday 353-1946 246-2282.. Al SEWING
Happy Hour 5:00: p.m. 7:00 p.m. Buying? Selling? Sincere Counsel- MACHINE EXCHANGE..
without 35 of
Ing obligation years
Wednesday, September 4 September 4 Wednesday,.September 4 courteous service to satisfied

Country and Western Night Open Night Game Night 8:00 p.m. clients. Also your "Broker" for HELP SUPPLEMENT your monthly -
VA-FHA acquired properties. Income by working part time.
$100.00 down. Call us any time. Home Economics Consultant, free
Capt. Lanier Nights call SP 1-2276. RICHARD training, $160 a month. Interview
D. BARKER,REALTOR,2724 Park 6:30: til 9:00 p.m.Monday and Tues-
g St. EV 8-2691. day 9:30 til 12:30 a.m. at 3614
THE SHOE NOOK'Jacksonville's New SkipperContinued Old St. Augustine Road.

Going Out Into Civilian Life Soon?
( From Page 1)) Considering a govt. Civil service HOUSE FOR RENT $100. Con-
Unique Discount Shoe Stores'
position? For Information call venient to NAS or Cecil and
of the Commander Fleet Air Jack- Shopping Center, 3 BR. kitchen
398-6786 or 771-6187 after 5
: 4217 BLANDING BLVD. SO. OF CEDAR HILLS p.m.
sonville. equipped, water softener and car-
NAME BRAND CHILDRENS SHOESLazy The retiring skipper carries the Experienced VARITYP1ST needed pet on LR & DR. Call Mrs.
Navy designation of Naval Aviator Immediately. Office location on Snodgrass 388-5664 or CV 8-8017.
and Law and Is 6354 Wilson Blvd., Cedar Hills.
Postgraduate a Southside near Expressway. Phone
Bones. Buster Browns.
Jumping Jack Mother Goose. Reg. 8.99 $ 4 88 member of the Bar In Virginia 359-2008-9 for Interview.
the District of Columbia, and Flor- DACHSHUND PUPS AKC Reg.
ida. He will begin law practiceIn REAL ESTATE SALESMAN males. Born Aug. 1, $50. Chas.
LADIES NAME BRAND DRESS SHOESValues the Jacksonville firm Larkin, Familiar with Jax Navy market. Kerr EV 9-9964.

f Lewis and Decker following his Must have license. Full or part-
to $24.95 $ retirement. time work In dynamic new field. RIDERS WANTED 0730 1630
788 $8 88 Capt. Lanier,Bessemer,Ala., Call 721-0277 for Interview.FOR between Southside & NAS Jax.John}
I .
comes to NARTU Jax from the Bee ext. 669
staff of Chief of Naval RENT Venetia Terrace
Deputy 3 BR house kitchen HOMES 1 and 2 baths, 3 bdrms.
Lovely Ig. ,
FLATS 2" to 499 Operations for Air. His assign-
/from ment in OPNAV involved the form- rg & ref. $90 mo. EV 4-7292. convt. to NAS and CECIL. Many
have kitchens equipped and fences.
ulation and justification of Navy SIMCA ARONDE Hardtop '59 Excellent Only $100 down, fast occupancy.
SPECIAL GYM SHOES Men & Boys aircraft and missile procurement
cond being transferred, Hurry! Call now 355-263L Any
programs.The
$450 or best offer. EV 8-4188. time. Service Realty, Broker.
NARTU Is
new skipper a
$2.99OPEN 1942 graduate of the University of FOR SALE -.Beautiful country
LAKESHORE 5078 Camille Ave.
Alabama. He commissionedat
SUNDAYS AFTER CHURCH TILL 6:00P.M: Pensacola was and designated a 3 BR, enclosed porch, kitchen BU home 2-5295.In Middleburg. Telephone
equip. unfurn.:. Ev 8-4188.
VOICE INSTRUCTIONFREE

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AIR BASE Naval Aviator the following year. Specializing VOCAL In correctional ANALYZATION work
Among previous duty assign-
for those with vocal problems. By
lVIOTORS inc.'New ments was a tourj' rtgNAS Jaxas 771-3920
appointment
only.
the NATTU Personnel Officer.
and Used Cars lie has also served as Operations I
Officer for Heavy Attack Squadron Area Occupation MedalHe
6, Commanding Officer of Heavy is married to the former
All Salesmen U.S.N. Retired Attack Squadron 16, and on the Jane Harker of Hollywood, Calif
staff of Naval Air Force, Pacific Mrs. Lanier is a former movie
Fleet. actress for the Warner Brothers
Before you buy any new or used car -- Included in his decorations are studio. The Lanicrs have four
the Distinguished Flying Cross children and will reside quarters
six Air. Medals, and the Pacific aboard the station.

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+ t f 131 Million Navy Dollars : : I Ij



Q I To Reach Duval Co. During 7963


The U.S. Navy will contribute of the Navy, reported that the Navy effort," Bennett said, "The three
$131 million to the total Incomeof employs 5,746 civilians In the major Naval bases, NAS Jackson-
Duval County for the 1963 fiscal county and that as of May 31 there ville, NAS Cecil Field and May-
year, It was announced this week were 24,385 Navy military per- port, and auxiliary Installationsare
by Rep. Charles E. Bennett. sonnel In the area. important functions of the
\ (D-Fla.). "These new figures on the United States' defense preparedness. -
Bennett, for 15 years a memberof Navy's contributions in personneland .
Congress from the Second payroll dollars to Duval County "It is obvious from this latest
District of Florida, which Includes reflect our area's vital defense tally that the Navy also is Important -
Duval County, said that this total to the economic growth and
represents 15 per cent of the total CSC Says progress of the county. The new
personal money Income for the figures represent a jump.of some
county's.residents: $31 million over previous
In response to a letter from}Rep. Health Goes estimates of the Navy's income

t Bennett, of Jacksonville,the Office potential and It will again rise
of the Comptroller, Department Season'The with the newly enacted militarypay
'Open raise."

The Bureau of the Census sup-
Civil Service Commissionhas plied Rep. Bennett with data which
HONORED Willard F. Adams, AMHAN, receives August Blue- announced that the period Oct- Indicated the total money incomein
jacket of the Month Award for Attack Squadron 45 from unit CO, Subs to Install ober 1 through 15 will be an Duval County for 1963 wouldbe
Cdr. R. R. Renaldi. Adams has been with the "Blackbird".squad "open season" for the Federal over the $850 million mark.
ron since February. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2.P 1)) Beacon As New Employees Health Benefits Pro- Total Income for 1959, accordingto

gram. During this period, em- the Bureau of the Census, was
their
Brown EyesWhyAre Blue desks.Eyes Only" crossed Safety Feature ployees may make any changes they $785 million.
Familiar with "Top Secret desire with regard to their hosp- The 24,385 military personnel
They Green? "Secret," and "Burn," the sec- italization, medical-surgical in- "afloatpersonnel" attached -
retary with brown eyes was surance. Employees who have not to ships or who
Mayport-based
AFPS -- Anamber
Washington ( )
until she learned
green eyed enrolled and wish do
Washington (AFPS) Veteran that "Blue Eyes," was the code rotating beacon will be placed on to so, may are members of squadrons at NAS :
security personnel in the name used for the commandIng some submarines as a safety enroll during this program. If they Jacksonville and NAS Cecil Field, '
Pentagon were agog when pa. officer of the Blue forcesin feature beginning Sept 1. do not, they may be required to of this total, 7,127 are permanent
"" pers and military documents the Swift Strike III war wait three years before another Navy personnel.
bearing stamps reading: "For The light Is Intended to assure
games. to enroll Is available.
that surface ships encountering opportunity The 5,746 civilian employees
Employees may also change from will an estimated $34,499,000In
submarines on the surface at night, get
particularly In restricted waters, one plan to another, from high, fiscal year 1963, while the mil-
option to low option or from self
itary personnel income Is
are aware of the size and draftof
alone to self and family or the estimated to be $96,976,000."Jacksonville .
their
Need home ? contact.
goin' reverse.In .
money The new light flashes 90 timesa has the highest
the near future,each employeewill
minute and Is visible aroundthe number of Navy personnel In
receive brochures outliningthe Florida," Bennett said "out-
horizon for a least three miles.It .
will be located approximatelysix government-wide plans whichare ranking Pensacola and Key West
feet above the regular mast- available. Brochures describ- bases. While these figures will
head light. ing the benefits of various em- fluctuate over a period of monthsor
ployee groups will also be made years, they do represent the
available upon request. Navy's total as of May 31,1963."




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Record Altitude Jump VP-7 HoftsYowigiteri Toyland Opens Doors Today I IJust



Planned ; Elections HeldThe Patrol Squadron Seven acted as a reminder, today is the the amount purchased, it was announced

host to 70 young men and womenon opening of the Navy Exchange Toy-
Jax Navy Sports Parachute Two other members of the club, Thursday, August 8 from the land. Toyland is located at the The hours of operation are from
Club held Its annual election of scheduled to take part In the Jacksonville Jewish Center Camp. corner of Biscayne Street and 9:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. except
officers recently with the follow- 25,000-foot record jump, will ven- Upon arriving at the squadron, Enterprise Avenue in Building 514. Saturdays when the store will be
ing persons being elected to office: ture to Seattle, Wash., September the group was met by the com- There will be a "layaway plan" open from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00
President Miles Gibson of 14-20 to participate in the National manding officer of Patrol Squadron and acceptance of bank checks for noon.
VP-30 Sports Parachunte Meet. Seven, Commander Phaon B.
Vice President Rick Mariniof They are Jim Parson and Jack Derr, Jr., and the Public Infor-
NATTU Chamberlin, the latter assigned to mation Officer, Lieutenant (jg)
Operations Officer Bob Eth- VF-11 at Cecil Field. William Moulder.

HdgeofAF679thBoard These men are the only two of the Following a brief question and SAT.
e7i'ffiATUES.
of Directors Harry club fully qualified for National answer period at which time the -
Wood and Jim Par- competition. In the Nationals, a mission and duties of the squadron -
sons of VA-44; contestant must have a minimumof were discussed, the group was KNowNv s SEPTEMBER 3-7
Larry Parmer of 200 free falls plus a night jumpof let on a tour of the squadron
VP-30; MarinI; and a 20 second delay or longer anda spaces which terminated In a tour .CEDAR HILLS Shopping Center'
Ted Sergent of VF- water jump. The night and water through one of the squadron's SP- ARLINGTON Plaza
14. jumps were completed recentlynear 2E "Neptune" anti-submarine SOUTHGATE Plaza

Leaving the club and the Navy Deland. Fla. Patrol Aircraft. ........ .. ''if'{.."."'r......
after four years service, th "latter ri r. \ !
portion being with VA-44, Is Dave ;.. { 0" .f

Schmuck, past president of the sky- : .... .. ;
divers. He will be discharged :
tomorrow and leave for Saint Paul, fx f- ,.M.. .1 4 ::, .

Minn., September 3. One of the i t.

last things Schmuck did In con- ... ..;j :, '..
nection with parachuting in the area .k
f 1t t'
was to assist the local National \ .. ...............' "-' '' .... :.
Guard giving them some pointers 1.. ..wnMALOVE
on starting its own clqb. .
"I've only one regret," says the v
lanky jet mechanic, "and that's ,'."j'i'i'j"'? 5
"" y
that I won't be here September8th '
when the club attempts to break ; f.'
the State high altitude record." :'j !
,y % 'AI'
Schmuck was one of only a few VISITS JAX Vice Admiral Roy C. Needhcm, who recently assumed Q. "" ,
who headed the list of prospective the post of Deputy Commander in Chief of the U.S. Atlantic : : t

record breakers, but because of Fleet, is greeted by RAdm. Robert Goldthwaite, ComFairJax, ; HOURS TuesdarFriJaylOajn. to 6 "....
the postponements of the attempt, and Copt. James R. Compton, NAS CO, during a familarizatbn : 7 Friday Night" till 7:30 p.m.
coupled with his discharge from the visit to Jacksonville area last week. (Navy Photo by Billy Kuy- \ w Saturday till 5:30 p.m.

Navy, It puts him out of the running.The kendall, PH2-P 1)) ": ....''N I.unchlour I to 2 p..
.
jump will De held about 8:30 w <' '" :: ,
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Whitehouse Field. :... : .. ,:
a.m., at \ .t: "... 'j.h'/.y <
:
Open Nightly' S P.M. to U Midnight <..::/ /. 7(
Mainside LoungeA Sunday 12 Noon to Midnight' NOW OPEN ?f t. ':.:.'''.'. ,r... ''.::::'.......t":''1:)r .' .' ,

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Quiet Retreat .:, L CHANNEL; CATFISHHE1' !I ;...'. ...h... '.' :. dI7
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'$ STEAKS : .:
The Mainside Enlisted Lounge w- t.' CHICKEN I.t'/: .. "": ,.
located in the south of Building "
wing
.
.
t :" .
: SHRIMP ... ,
comfortable
955, has a quiet, } ".
I
0 FRENCH FRIED
homey atmosphere which gives 7"

personnel a chance to relax or1 ,IC'TCHEtiS ONION RINGS '. ,. r
.
study In the room set aside for TAKE-OUT SERVICE y "' '
study purposes. The lounge pro- 343S BIANDING 6WD.: at CEDAR RIVER Ph. T71SSgIMs. -" :' I
vides magazines to browse through JACKSONVILLE. flORIDA ; ; ,

and a recreation room with Color ,. .. .
TV. On Wednesday nights the
lounge is open until 10:00 p.m. : ; f"" :
so view the ,{11.'S : 1$. ,/ .
that personnel may r I ervlDg ) .. ..... '.. .\ ..,
color shows. Also there is the fit- .mmJ :I! :1 1 .. .L'.1.: ...,..::. : _.,,' .,.:......:..._. :/.1:...J.; .. ...
snack bar where coffee and refreshments ... I .r
are served. ', : .. ,. RU. NAS..CECIL FIELD
,'. ... .,.,.....,... .
Mrs. Paul Lanier, Supervisor of j-- ;" )tj"o'" '''''.J.::" ; >::It..l'.4' .,_.... ;.J
the lounge Is there every day to and the 1N ps i'i'ftdailra '

assist anyone who has any ,\) YOUIl MinrroKT ei 6g4p
questions. Mrs. Lanier has been y
with the lounge since it was established AREA
beautiful
get a
on August 24, 1945. She )IOBILE nOME
helps In the arranging of parties, ails; picture of
wedding receptions, banquets and 'x\
special holiday celebrations. For FROM .J 5 X 7 your baby

wedding receptions Mrs. Lanier ,\0 P ;> for 59'AGES
does all the arranging from order- NOITH FLOIIDA'S t. DO only
Ing flowers to helping with the 1 ::
dressing of the bride. LAIGEST'' ,9'J.q : INFANTS TO 12 YEARS
Here's all do! Just
liter- you t bring your
During the past 18 years o
children to our store on the dates
ally thousands have signed the MOBILE DOMEDEALER ,v \.\ shown and our specialist: in child
\ BRING
guest register. There are sig- photography will take several cute
natures of visitors from the 50 poses. You'll get to sec your
states and territories outside the YOUR lovely finished pictures in just a
continental limits of the United w die
FRIENDS.f
choice from beautifully fin
States. "We Trade Anything from Blllygoots to BattleshIps" ishcd pictures (not proofs) 5 x 7',
Parents who come to visit NAS and wallet size. 1 8x10 from studio
personnel sometimes use the selected pose the "Ideal Family
lounge for visiting purposes while --a lf1fl1IiID liii I [I1iI- p Package."
enjoying the use of the "H Fi" One or two children in each family will be
p
Lanier will be photographed Extra only 59C SliDGroupt
or snack bar. Mrs.
all $1.00 per person! Child: 5x7,
more than happy to welcome EXTRA SPECIAL: Finished: wallet-size pictures,
enlisted persons to the lounge. The t1F 2'h x 3'/i, less than ,30p each ilL a sropp of 4, same roselV'.T.GRANT .
hours of operation are Monday
through Saturday,l0:00a.m.: 9:00 CO.
P.m. and Sundayand holidays,2:00 S ,

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r Suns Offer BaciIAs 1aJ( Nine,

rllJfut. L. vyng; For

Baseball bargins will be in vogue can sell at a reduced charge of 6ND Crown
Thursdayand Friday August 29-30 50 cents per ticket.
as the Jacksonville Suns finish Friday night, the Sunflowers, a Athletic Director Frank McCaff-
their home season with two games women's booster group, will sell rey and 15 diamondmen representing -
against Columbus at 6 p.m. In Sun box seats at a reduced price for the / six commands within the NAS
Stadium\ Grand Finale, the final home gameof Jax compound have their bats in
Thursday evening the Suns will the season. their teeth this week seeking the
salute Scoreboard advertisers They will also present a trophyto laurels in the Sixth Naval District
\ (Advertisers Appreciation Night) their favorite player, chosen Softball Tournament at Charleston,
by sending all Sun advertisers by a vote of the Sunflower mem- S.C.The
complimentary tickets which they bership. men' left Jacksonville Mon-
day eager to start their swingingIn
-It L1i1MU I the tourney which got underway
Tuesday and Is expected to run until -
*K >\T < .nit-, were available at press time.
Ladies Coffee Ladies Handicap Ladies Scratch. As a team the men have their
Mixed Doubles Men's Handicap Men's Scratch. sights set on taking the top district -
Bantams, Juniors and Seniors Leagues.Join honors, however, as Indi- :
viduals each man is doing his utmost -
One Of The Above Leagues Today.
.. In hopes of being picked up for
W
HIS COUPON GOOD FOR ON
REEGAMEWITH tr t the augmentation to the SouthAt-
2 PAID GAMES r t i lantic Regional tourney which will

NAME Void After VtI also be held in Charleston from

ADDRESS S'pt. 30th 1963 I 'Ry'fA September 37.
After the Regional play those
players who display outstandingtalent
will be selected for All-Navy
berths and play in the top Navy
u tournament September 10-14 also
being held In Charleston.
Those men representing their ;
commands are: NATTU H.K.
Shelly, J. D. Rusnak and W. R, f
Miller; HOSPITAL E.R. Mc- t
Donough J. B. Counts, S. R, ''iI
Wagner, J.K. Dwiggins, and 1.. E.
Peake; NARTU C.C. Thomas; 1
VP-16 R.H. Barrett; VP-3Q-
r CE. Fields, J. B. Lewis, D. L. J
Leon Wilson A Victor's Spoils Ondo, and J.G. Stevenson; and
COMMISSARY J.S. Mills.

He's Home From Baffle 1


ii iP .... Pensacola who joined him after .

;. All Donned In BronzeBy the Wilson 6Nti tournament.and Candland them-

Leon Dulin, J03 selves, had some friendly rivalry
Leon Wilson, ADCMfrom VA-15 brought seven trophies and two In the singles play as they both
dj' watches home examplifying his ascent from the Sixth Naval District progressed to higher levels of play.
: Tennis Tournament at NAS Cecil Field to the Interservice Champion- Canland defeated Wilson in the
ships at Chanute AFB, 111. where he terminated his play two weeks final match in the first tournamentat
ago. Cecil Field but the VA-15 '
In between, Wilson won both the singles ((40 yrs. and over) aril master chief turned the tables In
South Atlantic Regionals and the half interest in the senior doubles the next two -- Regionals and
I All-Navy Championships, at Bain- championships. His partner was All-Navy, by defeating Candland "
bridge Md., In the senior division. Jack Candland, AQCM from NAS In the finals of those two tourna- 'J
--- -- ments.
After. Cecil Field, when they .
SERVING JACKSONVILLE combined their talents and joinedas

a doubles team representing
i ]
00 the 6ND, they had little trouble

petition.In the remainder of the Navy com OJ

with five
Wilson
Come In And See The Opening Specials On The Amazing Mot championshipsunder
his belt and Candland with
"Scooterno"! And Precision Built German NSU "Primn" 1-
three, having defeated all available
50cc Scooters to 250cc CyclesWe
Navy competition reported to
Wheel And Deal Get Aquainted WithScooteramaSalesServiceParts Chanute AFB for the Interservice

Greyhound offers special re uced one way and round trip Worldwide Tennis Championshipsand
I i
fares for military personnel. Frequent schedules, exclu a possible crack at the Leech

sive Scenicruiser allowance tool Service and a whopping 150 pound bag. 1665 San Marco Blvd. EL 9-1411 Cup In the competition.tournament,sprinkled with ..
gage
players of national amateur rankIng -
FOR ECONOMY, GO GREYHOUND Wilson and Candland were defeated -

AND LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US. WATCH YOUR If in the finals by Jim Pro-
t vines and Thomas Robinson representing -
Sow on Greyhountfs low fans to places' ,like," these the Air Force.
SAVINGSGROW
DestInation OntYtoy RovnJTtlp Destination' OnWoy Round Trip Chief Wilson was eliminated the i\\

Atlanta $ 8.20 $16.401 Memphis 14.45 28.90 A / second round, in the singles, in :
Charlotte 9.45 18.85 I Miami 6.95.13.90 a three set marathon, by Bill Mil-
Cincinnatti 18.20.36.40 (New Orleans 13.6027.15 & ikan, the winner of the tournamentand 'ji
Louisville 18.20 36.40 I Washington 17.9535.85 AT THE. a holder of three prior Inter
'Sptcltl. round trip Urv foTmilitcry pcftontwl On pu furlough or leave l service Singles Championships.
I Mlllkan Is an Army player.
Greyhound Terminal 10 North Pearl St. Phone 3565521GO After the tournament per se, -'"
JAX NAVY Wilson was selected to coach the "
Navy squad In the team competition -
GREYHOUND FEDERAL against the Marine Corps I J
CREDIT UNION Army and Air Force for the Leech
Cup. He did "
not play however,
4.8o ,in favor of letting four of his I
open division players have a shot at
...and leave the driving 1 to us DIVIDEND "the cup." TheiNavy; team was
later beaten out by tough Army and I
Air Force teams.


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D'VOTS' Former Jax Colt's, QJ 'A' Lead


League; National Tied EXPRESSWAY

DUG UP Fighters In After two weeks of Intramural 8:30 alleys 5&6 Confidential vs APARTMENTS

bowling single teams head the Marlins
Continental League

By Milt Hurst Ring Sat. American while three and teams Continental share Leagues the lead 3:30 Wednesday alleys 1&2.1 NARW September##11 vs 4 Now renting 2)1) Bedrooms

Jeff Henderson added the NAS spot In the National. BB Stackers Conveniently located to
Two former
Jar Navy pugilists The Colts of Attack Squadron 3:30 Downtown and NAS.
3&4 Clutchers
Jax Junior match play championship share the alleys vs
boxing card with
45 have sprinted out In front of
to his growing list of laurels the world's light heavyweight the American Cursors FURNISH......$70.00
by defeating Chip Maulden 1 up runnlngleadingwitha 6:00 alleys 1&2 Spartans vs
champion Saturday evening, Aug. 7-1 win-loss record ahead of Blackbirds UNFURNISHED.. $55.00
last Friday. 31, at the Jacksonville Coliseum. the
Other winners were Dick Kolbe, Skywarrlors No.1 squad from 6:00: alleys 3&4 Hospital #2
They Martin and
are
Billy Jim
1st flight; Bill Buffington, 10-13 McClain. Heavy Photographic Squadron 62 vs Chiefs

yrs; and John Mac Donald, under The five-event professional pro- with and ComFalrJax records of 62."B" team both 6:00 alleys 5&6 Avlons vs Cleo Davis

age group. gram is scheduled to get under- Com Store Five
Over In the Continental
Several fine junior golfers will at 8 League. 8:30 alleys 1&2 Sky raiders #2 REALTORS-INSURORS
way p.m., featuring light
ComFairJax "A" leads the pack
be leaving soon to take up their vs Pizzan's
heavyweight champion Willie 588 S. 13DG13 WOOD
with 7-1 ahead of
the Molar-
a tally
studies In college. We wish them 8:30 alleys 3&4 Mlxmasters vs
Pastrano
the best of success and hope the a 10-round meeting setto. Ollie Wilson In rollers of Dental with a 6-2 stand- Molar Rollers EV 46444Carroll's

sportsmanship learned on the links Special reduced price tickets are ing.Those 8:30 alleys 5&6. ComFalrJax A
three
leaders In the
will be their guide through life. vs Paymasters
now sale the
on at Special Ser- National each with
League race,
Active vs Retired vices Office, Bldg. 704, ranging eight wins and no losses, are the
Saturday the retired servicemen from 50 cents for children to of shop inc
defeated the active servicemen in $3.50 for Eagles Patrol Squadron 16, the sport
ringside seats.
Seven-of'
Lucky -Special Services,
their quarterly tournament. ThisIs Martin will face Tim Ford In and the Owl Hoots PatrolSquad-
believed to be the such c Complete line of
only the only eight round contest of the ron 30. Their closest contenderIs I Sporting equipment
tournament played on a military evening while McClain meets with the Bomb Scorers of Operations HUNTING. FISHING. FOOTBALL.
course. After play a steak din- I
Nat In of
Wright one two six which stand behind
record of
ner was enjoyed by participants rounders. The ether six round tussle 5-3. a tit j BASKETBALL. BASEBALL. GOLF.
and many wives. : St. Croix fishing tackel-sbrimp nets
pits Joe Merchison
against All together, there are 17 teams
Captain Frank Geyer, (Ret,)was Kroydon, & Wilson Golf Equip.
James Obryant, while two light- representing all three leagues and ...::; h Spalding
medalist with a 70. In additionto
weights, Larry Boardmen and
each of these
teams will a DDS
play
a golf ball to each member of Chuck Tailor fight It out in the Dealer for genuine
total of 16 the
the games during (.. .0/
winning team prizes "e" es peI"nnelJ3458
r were
only other 10-round bout of the scheduled '
I r awarded 3 hole for special achievements. night regularly National LeagueAll season. Cam I Blanding Blvd At Cedar Creek

closest to pin P.V. Hall Judo Club Studs times are p.m.
5 hole Thursday August 29

6 hole longest drive Von Francis Four Manor To 3:30:Ballions alleys 1&2 Marines vs

longest drive Miltjackson Tampa Tourney 3:30: alleys 3&4 NARTU #2 vs
7 hole Bandits

closest to pin,George Jack- By D. L. StewartOn 6:00: alleys 1&2 Bomb Scorers vs

son Saturday August 24, four Eagles
12 hole members of the Jax Navy Judo 6:00 alleys 3&4 Pro's vs Lucky .
longest drive A.B. Gilbert Team competed In a Judo Tourna- Seven ti;
13 hole ment at Seminole Heights Com- 6:00 alleys 5&6 Airframes vs The

closest to pin O.E.Meyer munity Center In Tampa, Fla. Panhandlers
14 hole Willie Jones, first degree black 8:30 alleys 1&2 VU-10 vs

longest drive Bob Mc- belt took first place in the 135 Rookies BeI1sAr !
Ringing
Elhiney Ib. class. He then went into com- 8:30 alleys 3&4 Electrons vs

16 hole petition for tournament: grand Playboys ii ForBELLAIR JI
,
closest to pin V.P. Stutz champion where heflefeated the 150 8:30 alleys 5&6 Rejects vs ,

Mrs. Marvin Miller, Lucy lb. champion before being beaten Owl American Hoots League

Rusetta and Mickey Hall preparedthe by Ed Marley fourth degree black Tuesday Seatember 3.
salads while Mr. and Mrs. belt for grand champion. 3:30: alleys 1&2 Sparks vs
George (Moon) Mullen and Asa Cliff Albritton, white belt placed Twisters ;;
third in the 180 lb. class. if;;;:
Carter cooked the steaks. Clyde 3:30: alleys 3&4 Thunderhead vs
6ND Golf TournamentJon Harp, white belt defeated Fletcher2nd Trainers

Francis;MUtHurst; Howard degree black belt from Home- 6:00: alleys 1&2 Cannon Cockersvs

Southard and Bernie Parker were stead Fla., before being elimin- Falcons : {?yiilJr:711t: if"iii'
low qualifiers to represent NAS Jaxat ated. David Shlfley won one contest 6:00: alleys &AF679th vs 'iii' _' f,+irJi?
the 6ND Golf Tournament at before being eliminated from Cutters ,, jllj /* jl4 %'
11!! + ii'Il
Pensacola on September 3,4,and play. 6:00: alleys 5&6 Colts vs r+ rr, r rji
These men and the others from Needlers +rJ ; Ij/jlf/I c $1Iri S .+rrJtr; ,N,

5th.Shorty Powers andGeorgeJackson Jax Navy Judo are going Into a 8:30 alleys 1&2 Seabees vs I ? +lr ljlyry'41r *Jla.Y/ rlrr+ ? : :

qualified to play in theseniors serious training program In pre- Skywarriors #1 s .
paration for Judo & I :: ? Jrri'+!i'J+T i+
division of the same tournament. j a Tournamenthere 8:30 alleys 3&4 Griffins vs ? :l+; ? "t+ yy r;
'Mf'l0t % $ /
NAS %{ iW' +ir /
Gus Duliakus Bob at September 28 and_29. ComFairJax B Team '
; McElhiney;
Gus Holtz and Tom Bolin will represent -_._ 7rriJJilyirrrrr... .,".'yNN: :/:.+.yr,+i. J.,%. ,p:i;r,:::Y.m/l' !' !, @: f.i:
NATTU while Lieutenant GET AMISSILE ,:;(.t.(f:: "-:.'i.N;::Tec:r trJS"kfi.'W
Commander ;'ty:'-:+rr'a"'''':';:i'' '///!/ //';*"':/::' ':i'M>>ili'it't: .'<,&+Mil i,;%
Phillips; Commander 1:}.., (KItchwequippwl, : }. )\\
Mayberry; Lieutenant Commander ; /rr :!rr1rNlilfiJrl.rlri/l/y. (11 19'.1Mt&% ":;.;s';,
Jula and Lieutenant Commander AGE DEAL! ; ,
+ rAl l+
liPQ.t r.i..j" &
Christen will represent the Naval ?? { o/

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Hospital .
team.JuniorSenior ?''iW? ''''JP'a'r.b; rr : ",

annual Jr. -TournamentThe Sr.Tournament NEW CARS

will be played Sunday, September 111 Lowest Prices ? +.? ? '; ; % ? ?:;i:4": '

8. Try to find partners but if unsuccessful == Highest Trade-in Allowance : se' %: ; ? ..f :
the
sign up at proshopand .Easy Terms The Nicesest Treatment in Town
partners JOWC will be found. iiliII:

The JOWC will have a coffee at JII USED CARS
the "0" Club at 10:00 a.m. Wed-
nesday, September 4. : .. Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots

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Bowling NoticeThe 7 Full One-Year Guaranteed Warranty

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Officers Wives Bowling I
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League year Is of ready Women's to begin League another Follow The Signs South Oh Bland Ing Blvd. ToBEllAIR i

Bowling on September 5 at 9:00
a.m. at the Bowlamatic. Those @J GORDON THOMPSON"Jacksonville's

wishing to try out may come
in or call Mrs.' Hicks-Beach Center" 111g411Th1
at SP-10241 September' 12
for farther Information.


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2-Dr. Impala Hardtop V 8 I..
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Floor shift.R&II Black with Red In. 54 PLYMOUTH . . .$295 59 PLYMOUTH . .$1195
56 PONTIAC . . .$595 .
61 FORD . . .$1595 4-Dr. 6 Cyl SS.R&H good cond.
Conv.
Fury V
Sedan AT -8, R&H P. St.,
2-Dr. V-8, AT R&H P.S. Vic. Three to choose from. Equip, I. 55 FORD . . .$ 395 P. Br., WSW. ,Low mileage Like
56 FORD WAGON . .$595 new.
V-8 AT Radio.Heater PS.WSW. Fairlane 4-Dr. V-B. AT R&H clean 59 FORD . . .$1295
AT R&H Clean Runs good. 61 BUICK . . .$2495 r. 56 CHEV V-8 . . .$ 595r Country Squire. 9
59 TR-3 . . . .$1295 Electra Loaded. Passenger Power
WSW. R&H Stand shift. Good Bargain.
St. & Br., R&H White tires.
Blue WSW Clean.& White Tonneau Cover 62 FORD . . $1995 57 FORD . . .$ 595 59 FORD . . .$895
2-Dr Hardtop V-8, AT, P.S. R&H .. 4-Dr. Hardtop V 8, AT .
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Red
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Int. Brakes WSW Real Good. 59 FORD . . .$795
4-Dr. Hardtop AT R&H P.S. & 62 FORD . . . '
P.B. $2395 57 FORD WAGON . .$ 495 2 Dr. Sedan6 Cyl SS, Tutone blue
Excellent Condition.
Country Sedan AT R&H P. St. V-8 Stand shift R&HTop Value Blue & White. Sharp

59 CHEVROLET . .$1095 Like new. 57 FORD . . . .$ 595 60TR3 . . . .$1595
Bel Air 4-Dr., Stand. Shift R&H. 62 FALCON . . .$1695 II 2 Dr Sedan 6 Cyl SSR&H.Great Radio Heater Tonneau Cover
60 PONTIAC WAGON .$1595 Wagon 4-Dr SS, R&H Extra clean 57 '. . .
MERCURY' .$ 595 60 SAAB . . . .$695
AT R&H PS WSW Green&White
Low Mileage 4 Dr Hardtop V-8 AT R&H.P.St. Front Wheel Drive.

60 PLYMOUTH FURY .$1295 63 CHEV .' . . .$2895 P.Brakes WSw.Top Transportation. 60 CHEV . . . .$1295
Auto. Trans., R&H P. Steering. Impala 4-Dr HT, V-8. AT R-PIIS, 57 FORD . . .$ 595 Bel Air 4 Dr.AtR&H, Air Cond.
60 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR .$1395 6,000 actual miles white-red Int. 2 Dr.V-8 ATHeaterWSW.Bargain. 61
FALCON . . .$1495
Auto. Trans., R&H 63 FORD . . .$2595 57 PLYMOUTH . . .$495 4 Dr., AT Del. Int. R&H Luggage
60 CHEV . . . .$1495 Conv. 6 Cyl. SS, R&H Green and Belvedere V-8 AT R&H, P. St., rack.

Bel Air 4-Dr. Sedan V-8 .R&H White. One Owner Car. 'P. BrakesWSW; Good second car. 61 CHEV . . . .$1895
_ Real sharp car, Bronze & White 63 FALCON . . .$2595 U 58 FORD . . .$595 2 Dr. Hardtop. SS, R&H WSW. Like
60 CHEV . . . .$1795 Futura Cony. Solid black with red V-8, St. shift R&H WSW. Great buy. new.

Impala V-8 AT R&H Solid White Int. 4-speed trans.R&H,5,000 miles 58 CHEV . . . .$595 61 FALCON . . .$1495
Black Interior. 63 FALCON . . $2295' Delray 2 dr. AT 6 Cyl.. R&HClean. Wagon 4 dr. SS, Heater extra nice.

60 FALCON . . .$1195 Fastback 4 spd Trans. R&H White 58 IMPALA . . .$ 995 61 FORD CONV . . .$1895
Ranchero AT R&H, One Owner with Black Interior. 2 dr. hardtop. V-8, AT P.St.P. Br., V-8, AT R&H P. St. & Br. Show-

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