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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 21, 1962
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official I expression of any
military department.The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or service advertised
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8:30 a.m. Service of Haly Com- The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

munion ". .',' distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
9:30 a.m. Service of Divine. Worship Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR

9:30: a.m. Sunday School for ages NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

3 through 16, Bldg. 722 Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before
IfcOOa.m. Service Divine Worship publication. News Items are welcomed from all sources-

Telephone EV-9-7711, Ext. 8162.
6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
WEDNESDAY concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

4:30: p.m. Junior Choir Re- r xs''tJy'' Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida-

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Catholic Services at St. Edward's ,': .
Chapel, NATTU and Naval Has-
pltal .'...!.:.:...'..:':.: The Captain Speaks

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9:00: a.m.Chapel& 11:00 a.m. St.Edward's } On Thanksgiving. .


DAILY MASS :, (A Thanksgiving message from l the Naval Air Station Comanding

1U30a.m.. St. Edward's Chapel '.".,1./."lI\ : .....: 9't\0)' Officer, Captain James R. Compton).
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MONDAY & TUESDAY ;",.' ;'. "I ." Thanksgiving Day has ever beena to recognize their blessings. We
day which has united Americanswith need to be reminded of the Pilgrim -
4:15 Hall
p.m. King NATTUFRIDAY
their past, with each other story lest we languish in the
Editorial and with the future of all man- midst of our freedoms, obliviousto
12:05 p.m. U. S. Naval Hospital
kind.It. the requirement for those

SATURDAY was during the anguish of the priceless human characteristicswhich

?.. 9:00.CONFESSIONS-SA a.m. St.Edward's TURDA Chapel Y What ThanksgivingMeans Civil War that Abraham Lincoln not only created our

first proclaimed a day of thanks- American spirit, but which alone
7:00 p.m. 8:00 and before -
p.m.
Masses giving. Thanksgiving, as an can retain It and which can prevent
observance, predates his pro- the moral fabric our great nation
Catechism Classes: Grade SchoolSATURDA'Y. to AmericansWhat clamation for I it was the Pilgrim from unraveling.We .

Fathers who first met together in need to renew that spirit

10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities other American holiday sheds more light on American trad- 1623 for the feast and prayer, by offering our thanks for mercies

building 722NURSERY itions than Thanksgiving? grateful to God for having led themto beyond our deserts or merits, and

That's the day--the fourth Thursday of November--that we have this land of abundant harvestsand by resolving to meet the respon-
The Naval Air Station Nursery aside for the limitless future. sibilities placed upon us.
set to give thanks simply being Americans. It's day we
located In Building 560 on Child for Today, with pride and humble We need to renew that spirit
give thanks our churches and temples, our schools and colleges,
Street, opens at 8:15 a.m. on Sun- our modern systems of communication and transportation, and our gratitude for the persistence, by preparing our minds and souls
day morning. Parents attending resource-rich land. courage and strength that made for the uncertain future u by
Sunday Masses or Protestant ser- America we give thanks. The needIs always being ready to face adver-
But Is that all? Certainly not. We are thankful for the Constitutionthat
vices leave young children in to have Imprinted sity or crisis with steadfastness
may great upon
guarantees free expression of ideas and opinions. It is, after
the nursery without charge. all, the rights of man guaranteed in the United States that has made our minds the picture of our cour- and resolve, grace and achieve-
material growth possible. ageous !forefathers, hard workingmen ment.
who believed in honest labor That spirit Is renewed not be
Many people think we put too much emphasis on material things,
little Interest and that an American giving thanks is too quick to remember big and who had the wisdom and grace cause of the President's Proclam-

cars, household appliances and other modern comforts. Maybe.But ation that this fourth Thursday of

Shown In Safe while we are pleased to have a television set or a telephone, this month Is a national holiday,
also know Reduce After Dark but because we pause to count
we that we must work to buy them. Our competitive society Speed
material within our blessings and are thus
puts things our reach.
Driving ClinicBy Thankful? You bet. There are no fixed speeds for motivated to be a responsive anda

Charles Able, Most of all, though, Americans giving thanks on Thanksgiving are safe driving at night, but the responsible people.Station .

HAS Safety SuperintendentPlans thankful for our way of life, which makes the good life possible. motorist should reduce his speedat Traffic

for a Safe Driving Clinic Down deep we give thanks because we are free, but Americans sundown according to the pre-

to be held aboard the air station know even freedom doesn't come easy. We know we must work together vailing light and traffic conditions. Record
from December 2 through Decem- to perpetuate our way of life, by standing behind the men who After dark, speed should be throt- Violation

ber 7 were outlined in NASJAX guard It and by remembering those who died for it. (AFPS) tled down to a rate at which the Following is a report of motor

Notice 5101 of October 1963. car can be stopped readily withIn vehicle accidents and traffic vio-

In spite of the traffic accident Chaplains range of the headlights, and lations for the period November
MessageBy
trend and the number of moving the driver should heed the follow- 3 through November 16.
traffic violations that personnel of ing advice:
this activity become Involved in, Chaplain W.B. Feagins If you're driving with lights on NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis

the response to the notice has Last week our nation paid trib- today we need to exemplify with high beam, be sure to dim themas week (November 3-16)) .7

been deplorable.It ute to our Veterans, the dead our best, our highest courage, our required by law-whenever you Total accidents this year throughNov.
would that few and the living. Our thoughts were strongest wisdom, complete unselfishness pass another vehicle In either .242
appear very 16 . . .
+ people are interested In Improvingtheir directed to the Immeasurable devotion and assured dedication direction. Number of accidents through No\-

driving habits or attitudes.It of our citizens In and out Keep a sharp lookout for ember 1962. . 238
Is assumed that most persons of uniform; their unfaltering courage It certainly cannot be taken for bicyclists and motor cyclists. Number of days since last injuryIn
take the attitude that accidents only ; their acts of heroism; and granted that loyalty is a stock Don't drive when you're tiredor motor vehicle accident .2
occur to the other person, neverto their ultimate loyalty to the cause issue we shall grasp when the mo- irritated. If you don't have a
themselves. It Is Impossibleto of freedom and the strength of ment requires It; rather, loyalty' relief driver, pull up beside the NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis

legislate common sense, but It America. This action of our Is one of the greatest human qual- road and take a nap. Cool off. week (Nov 3-16)) . S8
does that each oT would Veterans and our armed forces ities, given in the moral Go slowly
seem us preceptsof enough so that you Speeding . . .'?5
have the urge to Improve and pro- today continues In an unending God and sustained by the family have complete control of the car ,7
pledge to our beloved nation. We of Look no matter what Going through stop sign
humanity.
lives and about
long our certainly to closely unexpected situation Reckless driving . .4
adhere to the first law of nature, have joined the numberless forcesof you, or better still, look within may develop ahead. This is Other violations . 52
which Is self preservation.The men and women to endorse the yourself; for every day we wit- particularly Important when

Safe Driving Clinic Is designed principles and precepts of the Declaration ness to loyalty In the complete traveling over a road with which Fifty drivers appeared before

to assist you In this respect. Independance with our dedication to one's task in order you are unfamirtar or in the country the Traffic Board at the
AH hands are urged to avail them- lives, fortunes, and honor. that American shall not fail. More- where animals may dart into Hearing 12.
your meeting held on November
selves of the opportunity to attend Let us therefore dwell on a word, over, we find that as we developour path. Include
Disposition of the cases
the Safe Clinic and in which our oath embodies distinct loyalty we indeed feel
Driving improve trueto Pay strict attention to road the and
lost
signs following 12 driving
habits. The deadlinefor honor in the tradition of our ourselves, our :
their
of
driving family, our work, warning conditions ahead. aboard the
scheduling attendance is Nov- nation among all who have servedIn and our God. Let us then continueour Watch out for parking privileges
pedestrians it station for various periods} seven
Its for the
ember 22. wars preservation loyalty In all and is
things, In more difficult to see them an
of our freedom. That word is the spirit of those whose loyalty a distance at dusk from were assigned to complete
LOYALTY. I do not believe we lives forever In the heart of God Keep all or dark. eight-hour course in remedial
It's a good thing to get In and can take this word too lightly.We and In this nation. The gift of windshield glass clean and clear driving instructions; seven were
but be careful which loyalty windows, rear view given suspended penalties25weregiven ;
dig, way you just cannot Imply degrees of Is precious. Develop it, use it, mirror, and all lenses dismissed -
throw the dirt. Grit. loyalty, but ultimate loyalty;which and guard it. lights of your warnings. ; four were


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JFK Arrive In Tampa ..Addressing Tampa Citizens.. HAS Bond Member*, Led by MUC Copwell

(Navy Photos by Marc Whet
r stone JOt and Ron Gardner,

PH2) About Our Cover SPRING MOTORS

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This year's Thanksgiving cover,
HAS Band symbolic of the many blessings and
liberties enjoyed by today's NavyWe Sell Volkswagens
r rfk man, Is an artistic creation by
Plays ForPresident Dave Fisher AE3 who works In We Service Volkswagens
the Command Liaison Office of
NARTU. Lettering was done by We Buy Volkswagens'
Walt WagenerJ03also oINARTU.
GREEN COVE SPRINGS
Our many thanks to them both.
(ED) 284-9209 4.

Set Smitty CPO Ret
NAS Jacksonville's Band 20
members strong, came to attention

.- ---_. .."." ,- last Monday afternoon in the midstof
I a baseball field In Tampa Fla., Need cash?
CinC departs with Florida's Sen.Smathers ..... and with the wave of a baton holiday shopping
played"Hall to the Chiefs Presi-
dent John F. Kennedy stepped from
his helicopter and proceeded to a
St. Augustine TripTransportation brightly covered red, white and
blue speakers stnd.
The Band served as the Com-
To Be mander-in-chief's musical accompaniment -

during two of his three I"
whirlwind addresses to citizens of
that Gulf Coast city where he spokeon 11I
Furnished For Pal DayThe numerous current political Cuba Issues -
including policies on
which are of prime concern to
the ex-Cuban citizenry of Tampa.
NAS Service Information 01- Other free Items Include trans- Leading the local bandmemberswas
fice has announced that free bus poration on the city busses and Chief Musician Willis Capwell, 1
transportation will be provided to trailer trains, and food ?t the St. assisted by Chief Musician James
St. Augustine for the USO's annual Augustine Elks Club 20 Bay Street Lundgren.
Pal Day, Saturday, December 7, from noon to 3 p.m. and at the.
that is providing enough people St. Augustine USO Club, 63 St. /. i;
make arrangements with SIO and a George Street, from 6 to 8 p.m. Perhaps the man with no experience 1 $ 7
busload is assured. If interestedin Special prices will be In effect is justified (in asking fora fI'
the free bus for you and your for the horse drawn carriages.All higher wage; the work is much '
family call ext. 272. busses and cars can park harder when you don't know what 1,
The St. Augustine USO Com- free at the Chamber of Commerce you are doing Houghton Line, t
mittee will be host to all servicemen Tourist Center on San Marco hm, E.F. Houghton & Co.
in uniform, their wives, Avenue.
families and girl friends for free
tours of the city and free admission -
to the many attractions. I Get a loan from HFCGet
free telephone calls home
Also
two winnersat ,, s I extra cash now...for gifts, travel and all your
will be given to lucky
seasonal needs. Borrow confidently from ,
the USO Club, 63 St. GeorgeSt. money
the people more servicemen trust-HFC. i 1 1y

Attractions which have offered Stereo HiFiConsole
.c..:.. MONTHLY 'AYMBIT ft.ANS
free admission to members of the
4 Speed 24 II U f
Armed Forces Include Potter's i pf.d U M.a 11 D bAsk
Wax Museum Ripley's 'BelieveIt -- Changer about Credit SIOO 5.ro 7lJ 10.07 18.48
Or Not',Museum. The Lightner S9800 Life Insurance 2K 11.86 14S9 20.14 36.97
Museum of Hobbies, The Old Jail, 3M 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.G
on I loans 5M 28.97 3S.8S 49.75 91.78at
St.The Augustine Oldest Wooden Alligator Schoolhouse Farm in, .3 Speller Sound with group rates 601 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80Cwrta
10*Woofer ae e.wprW.,J% Ml AM pt., $
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the United States, Fort Castillode t
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San Marcos, the Oldest HouseIn .Genuine Hardwood Cabinet 2%em mmy recta"., .
the U.S. The La Leche Shrine, rratco too .2 Sapphire Needles
The Old Sugar Mill, The Fountainof Foil tone balance HOUSEHOLD FINANfWest
Youth, Old Spanish Inn,Museumof vataM confab
Yesterday's Toys, Great
Nazarene Museum and the Old

Spanish Treasure.All T.V 25 Fortyfh Sf.-Phone: 355-9683
servicemen must be In uniform fMARRK :\
as this Is the admission Cedar Hills Shopping Center
ticket to all of these attractions. *' 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 ""
Dependents of service personnel on 2368 BLANDING
overseas duty will be admitted free 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone 398-4541
SERVICE CALLS ZONE 10 $2.00
by showing their LD. cards. Above office open Friday evening until 8 P.M.r .




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\ Installation Of Car Seat Belts

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concerted drive to make safety seat bells avMlable to all personnel,
"" will *begin a
t military The Naval and d" one low price on Monday, December 2. The price Is based on volume Sales

and offered by the manufacturer in the interest of safety.
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M1 According to the National Safety
,! W ;, Council and other recognized auth-
orities there is little doubt that P
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used deaths and serious injuriesare ,
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The seat belts will be sold
N r 'rt..... ) throughout the base for 60 days,
):" with sales ending on February 2,
< 1964. They will be available at
the manufacturer's low price of "
:V iMI $3.10 each. They come in 11 '
popular colors, equipped with
positive locking metal to metal +k 9 r ,
_f &L buckles plus anchor hardware, all % '
of which chrome to
EARLY KICKOFF is begun by VA-45 (in the HAS Jox Drive Safe are plated
Campaign as James Cooke, AM (left) and Bob Wood, AMS3, busily prevent corrosion and Insure _
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service.
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install seat belts. A third volunteer from the squadron's Main* satisfactory Au ;
safety seat belts contact any of the :
tenance Department, though not shown, is Ira Knox, ADR3.Navy( following Lt. Dan -
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Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01)) persons _
Holmes, VP-30, ext. 8616; 2nd Lt.
George Fergusson, 679th, ext.
a 660-87; T/Sgt. Lawrence Hornsby
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{.lvs i.L 679th 660-87 Lt. SamuelD.
ext. ; (Og)
Cox, VAP-62, ext. 8477; Lt.
(jg) M.J. Hall, Hangar 124 ext.

8635; 1st. Lt. P. L. Harrington, PUT YOUR LIFE in your hands by buying seat belts during the
1 : F- ., Marine Bks., ext. 604; Ens. Chas.M. NAS Jax Drive Safe Campaign which will get underway Dec. 2.
t Green, USNH, ext. 88-305;Ens. (Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, J01))
Den_Kight VA-15, ext. 8584; Maj.R. .
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F. Skinner MAD NATTU ext. 432; Lt. (jg) J. F. Raiford, VP-16, ext. 8425.In .
8220; Lt. Cdr. E. S. Welch, Dis- ext. 546; Lt. Bouchard NATTU addition, Captain C. G, Strum.
E rrwol
pensary NAS, ext. 493; Lt. E. F. ext. 8574; Lt. Cdr. R. K. Cul- Naval Air Technical Training Unit
Bronson, VA-45, ext. 8710; Lt. bertson, NARTU, ext. 255 and Commanding Officer has made the
D. W. Penwell, VW-4, ext. 8194; Charles G. Hart (CIV) O&R Dept. services of 25 metalsmlths avail*
Lt. R. W. Arenth, FAETU Det 2, able to install these seat belts
'ER r ext. 376; Lt. Cdr. W. H. Beydler, r4 free of charge. They will be

FAW-11, ext. 8321; D. B. Sapp, 4 .._ Installed In the NATTU area, on
*.w-
(CIV) Comptroller Dept., ext. 323; Birmingham, across from Hanger
W. L. Wilson, (CIV) Supply Dept., 523, beginning this Saturd.
EAerwOl ext. 451; S. Tassopoulas (CIV) November 23 at 8:00: a.m. to 1:00
r; ,1 NATTU, ext. 8453; Ens. R. P. Y p.m. or longer if required Installations
Luke, P.W. Dept., ext. 498; T. will be made eu!c*.
A. Smith (CIV), P. W. Dept, ext. 0I Saturday thereafter until conclusion
i Q. a f of the campaign, it was, re

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NEW SAFETY BELT R. E. 188th BirthdayCaptain

Serving Duval Vernon, AK3 tries out his new
auto safety belt Merle Young, CHC.will
and Clay CountiesFor at VP16. The
7 safety belt be the guest preacher on Sunday)
O Personal program is under the
Service November 24 at the 9:30 a.rn.
supervision of VP-16's Drive
IIJa4-! CALL Service to be
Safe Officer Protestant Worship
Lt. (jg) John Rai. ChapeL

CLWDAVREALTORS for ford.squadron He has made personnel arrangements to pur- held In the All Saints

chase the seat belts at a very Chaplain Young is the District
Schedules so frequent, you can actually leave when 588 S. -INSURORS nominal fee with free install. Chaplain, Sixth Naval District. His
EdgewoodEV
.. you want to-not when you have to. Enjoy exclusive ation. The VP-16 goal is safety subject will be "When Temptation
.. 4-6444 CO 4-9442 belts in all autos driven by Comes".
Greyhound Scenicruiser Service9. Downtown to be the
VP-16 will also
personnel. (Navy Photo) Chaplain Young
downtown arrival and departure. For convenience I featured speaker and guest of honor

GO GREYHOUND AND LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US. at the dinner commemorating the
188th Anniversary of the Chaplain
GET ACQUAINTED Corps to be held on the same day
Exclusive Scenicruiser Service at no extra fare. For example: OFFER
..... Officers
0r DM" WOw* On* at 6:30 p.m. at the

Atlanta..12.... $ 9.85J New york..... 13..... $28.15 Club.
Chattanooga..... 1 12.55 Orlando..13...... 3.95 THIS COUPON WORTH I Chaplain Young was born In
Macon........... 12..... 7.30 Savannah..17...... 4.30 Watertown, S. D. He is a graduate
Miami..20.... 3.351 Tampa........ 16...... 5.25 of John Fletcher College,
Biblical Seminary of New york
f .$1.00 City and Drew University. He
GREYHOUND TERMINAL-10 N. PEARL STREET was ordained as a minister w
When t
PHONE EL 6.5521 Presented With Purchase Of Any Shoes the Methodist Church In wand -
Selling $4.90 Up since October 1940 has ser
Now! The widest (Offer expires 11/30/63)) ved as a Navy chaplain.
selection
GOGR.and of
f for the entire family nationally advertised shoes
on display his present
at
savings 50% to 70%. Before assumming in the t:

..i ....F..... LAD D'S SELF SERVICE duties the chaplain served billets: At_

leave the t FAMILY SHOE STORE following Untie Fleet significant Chaplain, Officer in
I 1 driving to us 5128 BLANDING Charge of the Chaplains school Nava;

and Senior Chaplain, U.S
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Extra Work Hours Win Four VP-18 Neptune Crew Grounded I j


By Sailor Observing Flat j

Phantoms Letters of CommendationFour r

Daniel W. Redding AD3 of Patrol dition thus enabling him to inform j
Squadron 18 was commended by his the pilot through the control tower. i

enlisted men on detachmentwith T commanding officer, CommanderV. Inspection of the starboard main t
Patrol Squadron 18 In Rota, F. Anderson at the unit's monthly mount confirmed that it was going I
Spain, have received Letters of t1f personnel Inspection for his a- flat i
Commendations. The present- lertness and quick thinking which Patrol Squadron 18 (is presentlyon
ations were made by squadron prevented an aircraft launch that split deployment to Rota, Spain
skipper, Commander V.F. Ander- could have seriously jeopardized and Keflivak, Iceland and is ex lee ted -
son to W.D. Luter, ADRCA, J.R. the safety of an entire flight crew to return to the Jacksonvillearea
Adams, ATCA, M.D. Richardson, and resulted In costly damage to the during the first week of

AE2 and G.L. Anderson ADR2 all aircraft December.
of the Maintenance Department On October 2, while acting as

The quartet was cited for their duty lineman, Redding supervisedthe If I had a son, I believe I
many extra hours of work per- removing of chocks on an ASW could help him most by providing ..... I
formed during the period of Sept- alert aircraft, and directed its safe him with flvelndispensables
ember 3-16 while deployed with t --.zJ taxi out of the line. In so doing he a personal example to follow, an
VP-18 under the operational control JcV V observed that the aircraft's star- understanding of the importanceof
of Commander Fleet Air, COMMENDATIONS Cdr. V.F. Anderson Commanding Officer of board tire appeared to be going flat. restraint and Ideals a sense
Mediterranean, at which time an Patrol Squadron 18 presents commendations to (L to R) W.D. Unable to contract the plane of discipline, a pride in his
exceptionally heavy maintenance Luter, ADRCA; J.R. Adams, ATCA; M.D. Richardson, AE2; G.L. commander or co-pilot's attention, heritage, and a challenge to meet.J. .
period occurred. Anderson, ADR2 following the squadron's monthly personnel Inspection Redding Immediately Informed the "- Edger Hoover,"What I Would
I In part the Commendations at Rota, Spain. (Navy Photo) squadron duty officer of this con- Tell a Son,"

stated "Your performance of dutyas
a supervisor throughly tested

your leadership ability, and your
many extra hours of work Is noted

with pleasure. Your appearance at BLAST
Commendatory Captain's Mast Is
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the result of your strong devotionto
duty. You have made a sign- ,
Iflclem contribution to the missionof
this command and the securityof HIGH PRICES!

our country. Well Done" .-


OPEN 5642 NORMANDY BLVD.
VP-5 Returns
9 AM.

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From Med TourThe ,



"Mad Foxes" of Patrol
Squadron Five have returned to

NAS Jacksonville following a five Curtis Mathes '
month deployment In the Mediter-
ranean area. The 350 officers and
men of the squadron were greeted -
by their families and friendsas
they arrived in their SP-2E L EIIJ
COLOR TV
patrol planes. CUITIS MATHtS

Commander R.P Smyth, Com- ..
manding Officer of the squadron, THE PREMIER NOW ONLY I
led the final five aircraft to their '
NAS Jacksonville home where the F $399 95M
unit has resumed operations with WITH TRADE
Fleet Air Wing Eleven.On V I
TELEVISIONS!: : FINEST COLOR TV CHASSIS IS THE CMC 15,
leaving Jacksonville In June, ..k BOASTING 25,000 VOLTS OK REGULATFD PICTURE POWER TIIK I
the squadron flew Its twelve aircraft GNNIt+ CMC 15 INCORPORATES!: POWER: TRANSFORMER 3 STAGE WIDE
BAND IF, KF:Yf-D; AGC AND-A PERFECT': COMBINATION OF HAM-
across the Atlantic to WIRED AND "UNITIZED"; ETCHED; : CIRCUITS(EACII USED WHEREIT
Sigonella, Sicily where It engagedIn IT SERVES: BEST) TO PROVIDE: PROLONGED IROUBLB-h; -:
N UINE WALNUT CABINET !'JoIWORMANCILIGS: ; : ARE OPTIONAL
anti-submarine patrol duty as
part of the NATO air arm. The
squadron supported the U.S. Sixth THE GREENSBORO HAS ALL
THE DELUXE FEATURES
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Fleet and the forces of several L C II.- ,
,
,
;; i An outslandniK! home entertainment
NATO countries Great
including center
design
Britain, Frace, ItalyGreece, and HOME ENTERTAINMENT of genuine walnut'' and
, Turkey. In conducting anti-sub- CENTER hanlAond deluxe 23"solids.hund Features wired TV the
l maine exercises flight crews also V rhuNHii with Kimeode picture
23" TV tube, CM special tereo-hJ-fi-
, operated from the Islands of Crete ; r F-t rtrllty record changer plays
i l and Sardinia. s f Y ii all records! automatically The
t4 32 chassis!! In the AM-I-M radio
PatrolSquadron Five was recently STEREOAMFM10 provides the flnehl In AM radio _
and .'M
I, commended by the Chief of Naval 52 1/4" wide radio 27 1/4"reception high,
Operations and the Commander 17Y.' derp,
Naval Air Forces Atlantic Fleet
THE GREENSBORO NOW ONLY NO CASH DOWN!
f for excellent ASW performance In
r 1963 and will receive the two major 95 NO PAYMENT til MARCH f64 ,
trophies awarded to patrol squad- $290
rons in theAtlantic Fleet special TRADE
ceremonies at NAS Jacksonville. em

Cdr. Smyth said upon arriving I
"Our operations In the Med
SENSATIONAL fCD'I 23" TELEVISION
were outstanding but It certainlyIs
wonderful to be back In Jack- NEW 1964
A DIRECT FACTORY TO YOU PRICE GUARANTEED TO GIVE YOU THE
families and
sonville with our
HIGHEST QUALITY AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE.

friends.t THE WESTCHESTER NOW ONLY $169 195


The first Christmas Carol! WITH TRADt:
It rings out sweet and clear.
Hand Wired 23,000 Volt Power Ti:insformer Cha-ssU
And then I know beyond a doubtThanksgiving's Modern ,Design Cabintry of Genuine Walnut
almost here! 'The Nev Kin code Picture Tube 1*fc pi UII Ion Proof
Keyed AGC Control-Hlh Fidelity AUdio Circuit
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EXPRESSWAY LN4UIH Feasting lime Wears;, ,I


i, APARTMENTSFURNISHED MAS Plans Big Dinner


Once again the time of feasting Is drawing near. Here at the air

$6&DO station, as is traditional with Naval bases throughout the world, a
I stupendous feast is planned at the two galleys on Thanksgiving

UNFURNISHED SAO) aI Thursday. November 28. Dinner will be served from noon to2.. ",2', .
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Children Welcome The mainstay of the menu will -

Conveniently Locatedto be turkey, some 1,500 pounds of It. to subsist on the General Mess
downtown There will also be 800 pounds of Including those drawing commutedrations

HAS and Cecil roast beef. To round out the menu may bring guests to the
I galley personnel will be up long Thanksgiving feast. Each person

am DAVISREALTORS4NSURORS CSC L and B.E. Elliott, CS3R before dawn preparing these may have his wife, all of his
STACK 'EM UPI H.A. Dunlop, ( ) goodies: 150 pounds of shrimp, children, and both of his
( ) of the Mainside Commissary Store are preparing for the Thank- 800 pounds of Irish potatoes; 440 If no member parentsas
guests.
giving turkey display here at NAS. This year's shipment of tur- of his
of butter 220 poundsof
pounds peas; Immediate is
in
.. ,. 588 S. Edgewood keys' delivered to Mayport, Cecil and Jax Commissaries total cranberry sauce; 200 pounds of family the areahe
45% tons or 91,000 Ibs. ranging from four Ib. broilers to 25 lb. may bring one pon-family guest.
EV 4.6444c049442 lettuce; 175 pounds of tomatoes; Special meal tickets for
Photo C.S. Torbort AN) guests
toms. (Navy by ,
of 40
120 pounds celery and
quarts
;
personnel on commuted
rations
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''-';' -' '' '''';- ''' '''' /iiI'. /
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:; ; '' of of
'' olives 30 pickles
'==--- 1 ;:!:' 'Z"" : + rr. ; quarts ; are now on sale through tomorrow,
.' .(tf\1\ ,'q"",',',}' "... 'M 2 200 pounds of nuts; 200 pounds of Friday, November 22.They maybe

",,' 33 Christmas candy; 480 pounds of canned apples; purchased from the cashiers inthe
160 pounds of canned pumpkin; mess halls at NAS and NATTU
8 12 gallons of dessert topping; 300 during the noon meal.
/ Shopping Days pounds of butter; 320 pounds of Charges prescribed by the
aw fresh apples; 220 pounds of fresh Bureau of Supplies and Accountsare

I NX Tells HoursThere oranges; 120 pounds of bananas; : $LOO for civilians, $.80
30 pounds of green onions; 60 for enlisted personnel on commuted

BUCK IiP gallons of ice cream and 2,500 hot rations, and $.60 for dependent -
are only 33 shopping days rolls. children under 12
until Christmas thus the Navy Exchange All who years
,personnel are authorized! of age.
has announced these special

hours beginning Monday. Dec-

5,91 PARK ST. PHONE 35565711.W,\ ember 2.Hours. Ijc

.... of operation for the Hospital o
Mainside and Toyland Exchange -
will be as follows:

Auto LiabilityINSURANCE Hospital ExchangeMondays & v

December 2,9, 16, and 23hours <>fEt : J

p.m.operation will be 9:00 a.m.8:00 \

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We Insure AnyoneMcDOUGALL'S Mainside and ToylandFridays .. .

INSURANCE December 6, 13, 20 operational f &
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AGENCY hours will be 9:00 a.m.8:00 p.m. _9 0 _
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Saturday December 7 and 219:00 .. .
Near Main Gate HAS, JAX-Phone EV 8-7676 a.m. until UOO p.m. December 14 -' .. ;
16463 Roosevelt Blvd MQNTMLYLPA) hours will be 9:00: a.m.- 200pm.:
: &11a1tlt giu g'
through Christmas services available ) !J }
Navy Exchange facilities
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Include the sending of fruit, flowers :.J
NOVEMBER SHRIMP and personalized greeting cards. UntilSHRIMP :!

.. The deadline for ordering personalized COCKTAIL
greeting cards will be Nov- COCKTAIL SAUCE
SPECIAL DINNEROPEN ember 25 at the NX Watch Repair CRISP SALTINES
ROAST
TOM
Shop located in Building 3. TURKEY ROAST BEEF AU JUS
EAT
ALL YOU CAN NATURAL BEEF GRAVY WITH MUSHROOMS

Orders for fruit and flowers will WHIPPED POTATOES HOT CORNBREAD DRESSING
DAILY' NOW SERVING be taken at the NATTU Portrait BUTTERED GARDEN PEAS BUTTERED WIDLE KERNEL CORN
1130 A.M. To 10 P.M.
BUSINESSMEN'SLUNCH Studio, Building 554,and also the CHILLED CRANBERRY SLICES
Naval Hospital Retail Store,Building ASSORTED SALAD BAR WITH CHOICE OF DRESSINGS
H2009. Fruit orders must be HOT PARKER HOUSE ROLLS

HE.-.... Catfish in prior to December 14, while the BUTTER PATTIES
PUMPKIN
g. ordering of flowers will continue PIE W/DESSERT TOPPING APPLE PIE ALA MODE
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Shrimp STUFFED OLIVES
until December 21. SWEET PICKLES
/I -OystersChicken ASSORTED NUTS
,. ,. ASSORTED CANDY
.'.", .:.-{.'.:..-t...,:" ,. -Steaks I Top quality Candian Spruce and FRESH FRUIT TRAY
'rl nursery grown Scotch Pines ASSORTED FLAVORS OF ICE CREAM
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;: -Take Out Service1C..ct Christmas CHILLED
trees will FRESH
be on saleat MILK HOT COFFEE CHOCOLATE MILK
-Banquet Service
EtlS. the tennis courts at the corner
of Yorktown Avenue and Mustin
7715581
3438 BtonJlng Blvd. of Cedar River/ PH Road beginning December 12.


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plaque Boutte, (L) VP.16 CO a VP.16
V a."I DIC DEagle" to Raymond
HAS Ass't A. Rucki, CSC at Galley 1 as Cdr.
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many units in the ecorating the dining area la ues from
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CPOCIub Acey Die, Bluejackets Im j


r Notes Club Thursday, November 21 j

a Thursday, November 21 Thursday, November 21 Dance 8:00 Contest p.m.12:00 Phil Cay&Chantels a.m. I

Happy Hour March Wilson & Red Coats 8:30:
'ipC9 v aw p.m.11:30 p.m. Friday, November 22

Friday, November 22 Carl & 9:00
Friday, November 22 Boyd Rhythm Kings
Dance to Johnny Arnold "4" p.m.100 a.m.
Chantek 8:30 p.m. 12:30: a.m.
e Saturday, November 23 Saturday, November 23
Saturday, November 23
p I Dance to Phil Cay March Wilson & Red Coats 8:00:
s Cresents 8:30: 12:30
p.m. : a.m. p.m.100 a.m.
Sunday, November 24
Sunday, November 24 Sunday, Novem ber 24
Dance to Mach Four
Marc Castle Combo 8:30 p.m. Carl & 8:00
Boyd Rhythm Kings :
[ Monday, November 25 11:30 o.m. p.m. 12:00 a.m. ,r .
Pizza NightTuesday Monday, November 25
Monday, November 25

I November 26 Band Auditioning Dining & Dancing

/ f Happy HourWednesday Tuesday, November 26 Tuesday, November 26Happy
AT THE OYSTER BAR are Joe Meehan (L) '0' Club Manager and
Fred Gaston (R) who will be on hand at New Orleans Night shuck., November 27 iGame Night 7:30 p.m. 10:30p.m.. Hour 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.ra
ing oysters for all the lovers. This I is feature Western
oyster a special Night Wednesday, November 27 Wednesday, November 27
that has been added to the evening. This will be a night of diningon
special French cuisine, entertainment of a most unusual Country Drifters Happy Hour 4:00: p.m. 6:00: p.m. Game Night 8:00 p.m.CARIBBEANWEST.
nature, and lots of games all in the atmosphere of the French
Quarter in New Orleans. Tickets
for this fall charity are now
on sale at $2.50 per person (Navy Photo)
"Boss", said the dock foreman
"the men on the dock are a bit NOW BOOKING INDIES
leary of that new freight handler and SOUTH AMERICA
you hired yesterday." Cruises for Winter and Spring
"How come?" the terminal SPECIAL? CHRISTMAS CRUISES NOW AVAILABLE
manager replied. "He checked out WORLDWIDE PERSONALIZED SERVICE
I I II ." .Anywhere Everywhere Anytime
wv. "Maybe he did," the dock fore- ...
Independent Conducted Tours and
Mt Pr or Cruises
man reported, "but this morninghe
tripped over a crate of Iron '
't 1 : 4 j castings and said, "0, the perv- Nrllrnl .
M of Inanimate
objects
ersity Indpls. Times 218 W. ADAMS ST. PHONE EL 4-4629

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OLD NEW ORLEANS Dr. J.J. Cavanaugh Isn't giving away all
of his professional secrets on the entertainment to be seen Sat
urday, November 23 at "New Orleans Night", sponsored by the
Jacksonville Officers' Wives Club. However a sneek previewof
the Bunny Girls proves that it should'be very interesting. The
cast consists of Officers' wives and husbands. (Navy Photo)


inc M .' :>
Carroll's sport shop


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lj BASKETBALL-BASEBALL-GOLF

-- ROD AND REEL REPAIRINGSt.
_m =::a Croix fishing lacke-shrimp nets
1_.' I/ Krovdnn. Spalding & Wilson Golf Equip

--r- / WILSON FAMOUS PLAYER SETS

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: d Okayed Used Cars at Two Big Lots in.renting money to Air Force personnel. For high

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I LOANS TO $600

SfflBOflffO FINHNCE COMPRNY

@J GORDON THOMPSON Over 700 "cash canteens" from coast to coast. Wherever you're
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I 39 Gray Ladles Accepted rI'

For Hospital Service

Thirty-nine Red Cross- volunteers Staff Aide Graduates were:Mrs. r 9 aI:4ki
graduated, and the service L.A. Boberg; Mrs. W.C. Fore-
of 39 experienced volunteers was hand; Mrs. A.J. Gunter; Mrs. J.R. :
recognized at a candlelight cere- Ward.
mony held Monday evening, November Gray Lady Graduates were:Mrs. t
18 at the Navy Wives' G.D. Bennett; Mrs. M.R. Boston;
Club. These volunteers serve at Mrs. W.C Colston; Mrs. C.D. kTSA
the Naval Hospital Jacksonvilleand Darrow; Mrs. J.L. DeLany; Mrs.
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NAS, Jacksonville.
E.F. Doherty; Mrs. W.B. Feagins;
Captain R.D. Nauman, Medical Mrs. J.K. Francis; Mrs. W.H
Officer, NAS was the speaker and Glenn; Mrs. B.F Goodwin; Mrs.
Captain J.M. Hanner,Commanding Marvin Grossman; Mrs. R.S.
Officer, Naval Hospital, presentedthe Harris; Mrs. R.L. Higglnbotham; 4jA
awards and accepted the new Mrs. Moulder l Hidglns; Mrs. D.E.
class for service in the w to i
hospitalA Jackson; Mrs. A.B. Jones; Mrs.
letter of appreciation from the N.J. Kozak;Mrs.William Leather- GRAY LADY GRADUATES o candlelight ceremony on November 18, at the Navy Wives Club,
Gray Ladies to the Navy Wives wood; Mrs. Lester Lefler; Mrs. 39 Red Cross Gray Ladies were graduated. The volunteers serve at the Naval Hospital, Jacksonville -
Club was read to Mrs. H.J.Wernet, R.R. Lutz; Mrs. W.G. Malzahn; and NAS Jacksonville, (Navy Photo by Faye Irby, PHAN)
President, Navy Wives Club. A Mrs. S.D. Marvin; Mrs. Art
special award certificate was givento Nowak; Mrs. J.A. Owens; Mrs.
Mrs. H.E. Vreeland for over Maurice Pattee; Mrs. JL. Mrs. J.F. Btnczak; Mrs. W. Bond;
2,000 hours of Gray Lady ser- Pierotti; Mrs. T.W. Roberts;Mrs. Mrs. SI. Bradshaw; Mrs. W.J.
vice. W.A. Simpson; Mrs. E.G. Snyder; Brandel; Mrs. W.W. BrownMrs.R.F. ; 1'1
Assisting in the ceremony were Mrs. W.D. Toole; Mrs. D.T. Browning; Mrs. AldoCtpolat;
Commander Geraldine Houp. Travis; Mrs.English Watson;Mrs. Mrs. P.B. Clark; Mrs. SJ. Ear- ,
Chief, Nursing Service, USNH,and J.C. Whitfield; Mrs J,,.A, Wilson; ner; Mrs. T.A Grahm; Mrs. T.W.
from the Red Cross: Mrs. J.R. Mrs. W.R Zipperer. Graske; Mrs. R.H. Grelle; Mrs.
Compton, On-Post Chairman of Receiving awards were: Mrs. J.V. Josephson; Mrs. A.J. Mc- "-'w
Volunteers; Mrs. E.F. Hilder- Donald Judd ((13 years); Mrs. T.J, Cormack; Mrs. A.L. McGlaun; 1 ,
brant, Chairman, Gray Ladies, Cummings ((9 years); Mrs.H. Far- Mrs. Oppenheimer;Mrs.P.B. 'i.If;.
USNH; Mrs. A.L. McGlaun Vice row ((8 years); Mrs. J.R Compton Pike; Mrs. W.D.Pulver:Mrs P.G. .. I It
Chairman, Gray Ladies, USNH; ((6 years) Mrs. R.H. McCauley; Richardson; Mrs. C.E. Rodgers; ( -
and Mrs. Harold Brown, Chairman Mrs. H.J. Wernet ((4 years); Mrs. Mrs. H.H. Schlaffer; Mrs. R.W. r
r- Supporting Services, Duval E.M. Smith, Jr. ((3 yearsMrs.Jack ); Shrum; Mrs. Michael Tkac; Mrs.
County Chapter. Refreshmentswere FInney; Mrs. W. Kitchell; Q.R. Whitmore; Mrs. G.L. Williams tt
arranged by a committee Mrs. R.E. Mohrhardt; Mrs. RD. ; Mrs. E.W. Yarborough ((1
headed by Mrs. Wernet. Nauman; Mrs.R.G.Wood((2 years); year). t .

JP. REVELS LETTER OF APPRECIATION-Mrs. E.F. Hilderbrant (R) Chairman .
of the Naval Hospital Gray Ladies,presents a letterof appreciation
to Mrs. Henry J. Wernet (L) president, Navy Wives Club
for her services to the Gray Ladies. A special award certificate
FORD MOTORAMA INC. was also given to Mrs. H.E. Vreeland (not pictured)' for her con
tribution of over 2,000 hours of Gray Lady service. (Navy Photo
by Faye Irby, PHAN)

_. GREEN COVE SPRINGS

Phone 4-6511 A husband arrived home
young
THUNDERBIRD '- Most auto accidents happen on
\ FALCONFORD'S and and found his wife in tears.
Saturday Sunday. So it's a
r great life if you don't'weekend. "I've had a terrible day," she
Sunshine Magazine. told him. "The baby cut his first
tooth and a little later he took his
first step and fell and knockedour
NEWEST his tooth. Then he said his
first word, and you should have
heard itl" Railway Clerk, hrn
ONLY 20 MINUTES ON U.S. 17 SOUTH '. .10. L-iL JnL of Brotherhool of Railwayand
Steamship Clerks.

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I BE SURE AND SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY! pair of bayberryscentedcandles of Christmas 6 Months to PAY

\ Green, attractively gift pack. SEAFARERTailor S3S
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Ask Anyone About Our Service ... Because when you open a new .1 HOUR DRY CLEANING
CHRISTMAS. CLUBI! Start .PRESSING & FAST LAUNDR
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AJ should b. molted to th* JAX MR NEWS 4724 Clyd Drive.
Jacksonville/ 8, Florida, to arrive not later than Tuesday: for publication / -
the following T hurt day. Ads arriving/ / too late for this cfoocfllrm
will be published/ the following week unless/ the publlther" ,It
Instructed otherwise. A check or money order for the full cost of
the oJ must be teal fved WITH the cop/ for the ox/
I DO NOT SEND CASH

RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . .$1.00
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,.. .l"' RENTING? BUYING FOR SALE- Home in Ortega
.. .u.1":"". } You can move your family intoa Manor Convenient to NAS4 BR.
,. '," .........., JI.' spanking like new VA resale & 2 B. $450 down. 4738 SussexAv.
for $100 dn. 3 BR, 1 & 2 HoMo Call EV 84729.
% COMPLETED Construction on the addition to the Navy payments to fit your budget. Save
will make a major move next week as the walls and your GI benefits for later. Any- FOR RENT 3 Room Furnished -
of the 19,000 sq. ft. warehouse take shape. This SW view one can buy these choice bargains. garage apt. Remodeled Located -
( ) by Jan. 25 will be completed with the expectation of March 1 New list due out now. All over at 1648 Seminole Road.
the opening day. (Below) SE view from NAS Library shows town. Some FIIA resales a low,
addition of 11,800 sq. ft. sales floor space next TO present low, $50 dn. I have the keys LAKE WEIR frontage $65 foot.
facility. Total cost of equipmept and construction and transp. Call me nowJohnLee. Terms. Buy now before next
$445,000. (Navy Photos by Ron Gardner,PH2)) SP 1-2276 nights & weekendsor summer's Increased prices. Miss
Richard BarkerRealtor,2724Park Lillian Douglas.Weirsdale.Fb.

Ik t J St. EV 8-2691. 4031 BALTIC FOR RENT, 2
A
t Y F 1M
? A b 5. ,1L IINh FOR RENT 7347 Greenway Dr. Bedroom Bungalow, oil heat, new
Ortega Hills. 3 BR, 1 1/2 aCall kitchen stove and refrigerator fur-
389-7711 ext.8130 or EV 8-1988 nished garage. $80.00. Call
I -' : after 5:30P.M. EV 8-5545.

FOR RENT 1 & 3 BR apts.,
Near NAS & Roosevelt Mall clean $53 & $43 per mo. 2 1/2 mi.
2 BR. Unfurnished house $75. south of NAS Just off W.CollinsRd.
EL 3-5422 8528 Matera Av.264-2300 -
Orange Park.
FOR RENT House 2 BR.kltchme
AA.'f EV 8-8269.

FOR SALE Ideal Home only 15
min from base. 3 bdrm. 2 B,
fenced yard. Air Cond. Near
School, only $75.94 mo. EV 89784or 3fps
Ext.8162. :
FOR RENT 4346 -
Shirley gar-
JU Set Stage For age apt. kit. equip..fenced yd.
Players
laundry room A/C. EV 9-3146. $$ SAVE $$

Alaskan Fox Coat (brand new)
'Detective Story' Tonife' can be seen 8-10 P.M. at 5756 BIG DISCOUNTS
Hlllman Dr. Oak Hill Park. No
By French B. Harvey. Jr. reasonable offer refused. TO NAS PERSONNEL

The inside story of the law- girl who loyally loves him;French FURN. single bed, springs. ACCESSORIESFOREIGN.DOMESTIC
business a picture B. Harvey, Jr. as a kindly, warm- mattress, chest, night stand.powd
detectives at work in their own harted detective.The & bench. White, blue trim.FP.
and not on location" play is directed by John $350. SP 1-1604 or ext 432.
is vividly and melodramatically D. Burke, Players' Driector, and FOR SALE '60 Snide LARK
in Detective Story, the the set Is designed by Nan P. WAGON 4DR; AT; A-l Cond. AUTO WORLD
Kingsley play which opens Williams, Scenic Designer for the 6502 Banner Dr. S. Phone
November 21 at SwIsher Players.All SP 1-3286.
on the JU campus.The seats are reserved at a ATTENTION NAVY! For the best PARTS
Players production Will run for price of $L50 each. Tickets are deal In used applicanes see Hart's
nights through Saturday. now on sale at the Swisher Aud- Used Appliances. 4781 Lenox Av. 6075 ROOSEVELT BLVD.
; Preston Everett turns in an ex- itorium box office. Reservationsmay Stove, ref. wash machine for EV 8-3516
; and powerful performance as be made by calling 725-0911, $97.10. All appliances guaranteedfor
; the chief character, a Ext. 248. 90 days. Hart.CPO.USN Ret. }Yl Mile N. of HAS Main Gate
with a messianic mission Call 38 -622L _
catch criminals. Barbara Turn-
? is poignant in the role of
wife trapped by the discovery lire
a long-past mistake. Outstand-
also are Phil Ayliffe as an
reporter, Lois Rob- New and Used Cars
as a serio-comic shlplifter
had snatched a $6 handbag
All Salesmen U.S.N. Retired'
a department store, John A.
as a police lieutenant
Lasater as an educated
man who had been led to Before you buy any new or used car --

from his employer by a heart-
less girl; Cynthia Hughes as a nice
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Navy Increases Nuclear i I fy

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Navy has embarked on a Recently a Navy selection board Candidates for the program and y
program to obtain 400 additional sifted the records of all sea- selected on the basis of their
sea-experienced officers for Its experienced unrestricted line officers academic background, leadership M
nuclear power training program except Naval Aviators, In qualities and sea-going experience I ) Ur
during the next two years. The pro the ranks of lieutenant junior grade Of the 400 officers selected -
gram stems from a recognition of through lieutenant commander, in for the program, approximately
the growing importance of nuclear search of qualified candidates for 200 will begin training this year,
propulsion in the fleet, and the nuclear power training. Althoughthe while the remaining 200 will be ,1fM
need to augment the number of program is directed towarda phased Into the program next year.
officers trained to operate nuclear need for a greater number of Those selected to enter the
powered ships. In this connectionthe experienced officers in both sub- nuclear program will receive six
Secretary of the Navy has stated marines and surface ships, it Is months academic training at one
that the nuclear propulsion pro- anticipated that the majority of of the Navy's two Nuclear Power
gram Is one of the nation's highest trainees will seek submarine duty Schools, one at Bainbridge, Mary- 1 1M
priority programs, providing unprecedented after completing the basic nuclear land, and the other at Mare Island -
opportunities to Increase power training course.Submarines Naval Shipyard, Vallejo, _
professional qualifications today comprise the bulk of the California
and potential. Navy's nucleat powered fleet. j,_ ,



SAILOR OF THE MONTH-Cdr. J.S. Walker, Officer-in-Charge of
San Juan sM. FAETU DET TWO presents the award of Sailor of the Month to

R.G. Smith, Jr., PN1 at the unit's monthly inspection. Smithwas

Lot..OffRoosevelt ., Y41i cited for his friendly personality and effective performanceof
i duties which have made him a valuable asset to the detachment *
(Navy Photo)


p iM Insurance, Wills Military 'Musts' I

-I j .
.yTRIUPN Washington (AFPS) u The Im- his beneficiary from his parentsto
w portance of adequate Insurance and his wife and children.His .

..-.. ,' '..:.; <;: ( valid: wills for servicemen has widow stated she was with
r been brought out by a recent sur- her husband when he made her

ty. .: .. the beneficiary for his National
., vey.The survey used the records of Serlvce Life Insurance but the
an unidentified Naval disaster to change was not recorded and the
illustrate this need. Insurance went to his parents.
Of the men Involved in the One will lacked the third wit-
,/ r r. / OPEN disaster, one officer failed to ness required In the state where
change his beneficiary from his the estate was probated and was
mother to his wife. His widow Invalid. The widow was made
and three children were left withno guardian of all his property but
insurance benefits.An must appear in court before sell-
.. : enlisted man failed to change Ing any of his effects; even per-
sonal clothing.

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Radio and heater Still in warranty Hardtop Coupe, V-8 Engine Stick Shift, Company Inc.
% ,
62 MONZA COUPE . .$1795 R&H, Black with Red Interior.
4 Speed Transmission, R&H, Sharp one. 63 FORD GALAXIE . . .$1995
63 CHEVROLET IMPALA . .$2395 4-Door 1093 N. McDuff Ave. EV 8-0761

Hardtop, Fact Air Cond., Automatic, 59 PLYMOUTH . . .$795
Radio and Heater, Full Power. Hardtop Coupe,V-8 Engine, Auto., R&H.
60 PONTIAC . . .$1495 63 TR SPITFIRE . . .$1995HardtopR&IIPSAutoExtraNiceOne
Convertible, Sharp, Red Color, Still In
62 T.BIRD . . . .$3195 warranty. '
HT, Fac. Air Cond., Plus all the extras. 58 VOLKSWAGON . . .$895 8 VANDERBILT TIRES
63 CHEVROLET IMPALA . .$2695 2-Door.
Hardtop, V-8, Engine, Automatic, Radio, 62 FORD . ; . .$2095
Heater, Power Steering. Galaxle "500" Convertible, Loaded and
3 AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE
62 FORD GALAXIE . . .$2095 Like New. ONO
Hardtop, Fac. Air Cond., Full Power, 61 PONTIAC . . .$1895
Like New. Convertible Coupe, Full Power, Automatic -
62 CHEVROLET BEL AIR . .$2095 Radio & Heater. MONEY DOWNAS
V-8, Engine Automatic, Fac. Air Cond 58 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE .$795
I 61 FALCON . . . .$995 4-Door V-8, Automatic", Radio & Heater.
4-Door, Automatic, Radio & Heater. 63 FORD GALAXIE 500" .$2795 LOW AS $117| PER WEEK
62 VW . . . . .$1595 Hardtop 4-Door, R&H, Air Conditioned. 4.
) Sunroof Radio, Heater, Sharp. 60 FIAT Radio . . ... .$495
61 CHEVROLET . . .$1495 2-Door, and Heater.
Station Wagon, Extra Good Buy. 55 PONTIAC . . . .$495 lit QUALITY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE
63 MONZA CORVAIR . .$2295 Convertible Coupe Auto, R&H, Clean.. "K 1 1for 2 for 4 Iw
4,000 Miles, Fac. Air Cond. Auto.R&H, 61 FORD . . . .$1495 1 for 983 MllJ| 1.13 11.61 3532
Like Brand New. 4 Door Sedan, Automatic,R&H, Air Cond. inni 1.13 11.61 3532
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I : teflon s y Rapid Promotion to Ens.

Atlanta Regional Office of
I ,11 Service CommIssian.bas On September 15, a first class ober 6, 1948 as a seaman recruit -
1 an Inspection of civilian 1 crRtr yeoman on September 16, a chief and following recruit train-
I k management for the a yeoman and on November 4, the ing served in a wide variety of
,. |Air Station Jacksonville acceptance of a commission as an ships and on shore stations over-
I. during the period, Dec- ensign in the Navy under the Limited seas and in the U.S. lie reported
, 2-13. The inspectors will >'t Duty Officer Program.Thus was to the Staff of FAW-11 from duty
j icularly Interested in ef- ,./ the promotion cycle of William L. with the Staff of the Commander,
r utilization of employees, Carter of Fleet Air Wing Eleven. Strike Force South Naples, Italyon
loyee-management reIn f. Although he participated in the March 4, 1960.
t l. the Equal Employmentty 'f LDO examination In June of 1962 The new ensign is married to the
Program and the and was subsequently advised of former Miss Audrey 1... Henry of
i of women employees. r "1 his selection for appointment in Front Royal, Va.
'.
! : inspectors will be availablet t. .. early 1963, he never ceased study
. with employees and re- t ing for the CPO exam. He took
tires of employees,tn em- j' the latter service wide examinationIn CJtichQJt.
! organizations during the FROM WHITE HAT TO KAVY GOLD-Captain L.P. Pressler, Com- February 1963 and received
F FI ction. Should an employeeto mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven presents Ensign William L. Carter notification on March 29 of his
I a meet with the inspectors, with his new bars. Carter hod been a chief petty officer for a advancement to become effective 398-5408
aid communicate his wishes brief period of only six weeks. (Navy Photo) September 16.
.. immediate supervisor who Ensign Carter will leave December -
[arrange for an appointment Famed Obstetrician Talks Hero On 'Midwifery' for Officer Candidate TAKEOUT SOUTHERN
notify the employee as to the School, Newport, R.I. and upon SERVICE FRIED
t time and place they are to A world famed obstetrician. Dr. department of obstetrics and gynecology completion he will report to the DINING ALL You
, : the inspectors. Louis M. Hellman of New York at New York State Univer- USS Norton Sound (AVM-11)) at ROOM CM EAT
e Inspectors will not be in City, addressed the doctors and sity School of Medicine. Baltimore, Md. for his first tour SeoIooJ $150
sitlon to take action witht nurses of the Jacksonville Naval of duty as an officer. CI.araJoIS,
) to Individual complaints, Hospital( on Tuesday.Dr. lie entered the Navy on Oct- S
vanes, or other problems of Ifellmanrs spoke on "Mid- White House ReceivesPerry's
I individual nature. They will, wifery" and the growing short Commodore Perry was the hero
lever, be happy to accept any age of obstetricians within the Portrait of the Battle of Lake Erie In the
rmation which may be helpful medical profession." War of 1812.
arriving at a true picture of The hospital invited all medical Washington (AFPS) --A portraitof His famous dispatch "We have f
[kind of civilian personnel prom doctors and registered nurses in one of the United States' early the and It
met they are
enemy
the heroes, Commodore Oliver Hazard { t
being pursued at tic Naval Jacksonville area to attend the defeat
ours, was sent following -
Station, Jacksonville. the lecture. Perry is scheduled to be Ifff
of the British through a sur-
Born In St. Louis, Mo.,in908. bung in the White House. aboardthe
tactical
The painting, by Samuel Lovett prise maneuver
) portant Dayr Dr. Hellman has a distinguished
USS Niagara.
Waldo, was shipped to Washington -
medical and is
career, presently
The portrait at one time belonged -
t W. C. Mason professor and chairman of the from an art gallery in Rhode of 3198 KTNGS AVC.
the Allen
to family
Island. ON as. wwy. i, SOUTH
ovember 6, 1963 was an 1m- Pinkerton, first head of the U.S. WE CAN CATER YOUR PARTY
[tant day in the life of W.C. Secret Service. Tophenlo All**, Owner& Mgf.
on, Jr, AKI for it was on that
that he officially donned thes
and rank of Ensign. Supplyrps WESTERN AUTO
| USN.
he orders of commissioning .
Ire read at morning quarters by 1 i ASSOCIATE STORE
mmander Phaon B. Derr, Jr.,
>mmanding Officer of Patrol it '- 1 mi. north of NAS at 5541 Roosevelt Blvd. .

ad ron Seven. ", In Venetia Village.

[After attending a six week of- itl.:i .' Radios, TV's, Appliances, Davis Tires, Bikes, :

ers orientation course at New- \ Sporting Goods, Auto Partsetc., etc. :.
>rt, R.I., Ensign Mason will re- '
More than items
: 16,000 TO CHOOSE FROM
School, ,
art to the Naval Supply "
hens, Ga. f j EASY PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE
I He is the thi rd officer man in less EV 83470FREEZER

lan. a year to have received his r :
rest commission while stationedith .: i2 _:

Ens.VP-7.Mason is an example of NEW ENSIGN -CoV. Phaon B. Derr, Jr., Commanding Officer, EMPTY? i iIt's
tie advantages and opportunity of- Patrol Squadron Seven reads commissioning orders of Ens. W.C.
:red by the Navy for advancement.is Mason, Jr., at morning quarters on Wednesday, November! 6. (Navy
gold stripes are the resultf Photo) tbne to fill your freezer for Thanksgiving and i

) years c: hard work and study. Christmas entertaining! !


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I Now Increases Nuclear, / Trainees ....,. \

.
The Navy has embarked on a Recently a Navy selection board Candidates for the program are
program to obtain 400 additional sifted the records of all sea- selected on the basis of their
sea-experienced officers for Its experienced unrestricted line officers academic background leadership

nuclear power training program except Naval Aviators, in qualities and sea-going exper-
during the next two years.The pro- the ranks of lieutenant junior grade ience. Of the 400 officers selected -
gram stems from a recognition of through lieutenant commander, In for the program, approximately
the growing importance of nuclear search of qualified candidates for 200 will begin training this year,
propulsion In the fleet, and the nuclear power training. Althoughthe while the remaining 200 will be
need to augment the number of program is directed towarda phased into the program next year.
officers trained to operate nuclear need fora greater number of Those selected to enter the
powered ships. In this connectionthe experienced officers In both sub- nuclear program will receive six
Secretary of the Navy has stated marines and surface ships, it is months academic training at one
that the nuclear propulsion pro- anticipated that the majority of of the Navy's two Nuclear Power
gram is one of the nation's highest trainees will seek submarine duty Schools, one at Bainbridge, Mary
priority programs, providing unprecedented after completing the basic nuclear land, and the other at Mare Island -
opportunities to increase power training course.Submarines Naval Shipyard, Vallejo,
professional qualifications today comprise the bulk of the California. y>
and potential. Navy's nucleat powered fleet.
$ r: #
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SAILOR OF THE MONTH -Cdr. J.S. Walker, Officer-ln-Charge of
San Juan FAETU DET TWO presents the award of Sailor of the Month to

R.C. Smith, Jr., PN1 at the unit's monthly inspection. Smith
Lot..Off4iC was cited for his friendly personality and effective performanceof
duties which have made him a valuable asset to the detachment *
(Navy Photo)
Roosevelt

Insurance, Wills Military Musts'

fI

.._ Washington (AFPS) .- The Importance his beneficiary from his parentsto
of adequate Insurance and his wife and children.His .
T&IU iPN valid: wills for servicemen has widow stated she was with

been brought out by a recent sur- her husband when he made her
the beneficiary for his National
Tti vey.The survey used the records of Serlvce Life Insurance but the
M an unidentified Naval disaster to change was not recorded and the
Illustrate this need. Insurance went to his parents.
Of the men Involved In the One will lacked the third witness -
OPEN'WARANIW
disaster, one officer failed to required In the state where
change his beneficiary from his the estate was probated and was
mother to his wife. His widow Invalid. The widow was made
and three children were left withno guardian of all his property but
insurance benefits.An must appear In court before sellIng -
enlisted man failed to change any of his effects; even per-

sonal clothing.

V"te blb Serving All Jacksonville with
h0

I CLEAN USED CARS FULLY EQUIPPED RADIO-DISPATCHED TRUCKS


124-HOUR SERVICE I !

48 HOUR)( MONEY BACK lrrbirr

EAGERTON PLUMBING

63 FALCON STATION WAGON .$1895 59 CHEVROLET IMPALA .$1195
Radio and heater Still In warranty Hardtop Coupe, V-8 Engine, Stick Shift, Company Inc.
62 MONZA COUPE . .$1795 R&H, Black with Red Interior. ,
4 Speed Transmission, R&H, Sharp one. 63 FORD GALAXIE . . .$1995
63 CHEVROLET IMPALA .$2395 4-Door 1093 N. McDuff Ave. EV 8-0761

Hardtop, Fact. Air Cond., Automatic, 59 PLYMOUTH . . . .$795
Radio and Heater, Full Power. Hardtop Coupe, V-8 Engine, Auto., R&H.
60 PONTIAC . . .$1495 63 TR SPITFIRE . . .$1995HardtopR&HPSAuto.ExtraNiceOne.
Convertible, Sharp, Red Color, Still in
62 T.BIRD . . . .$3195 warranty.
HT, Fac Air Cond., Plus all the extras. 58 VOLKSWAGON . . .$895 G VANDERBILT TIRES
63 CHEVROLET IMPALA . .$2695 2-D oar.
Hardtop, V-8, Engine, Automatic, Radio, 62 FORD . . . ,$2095
Galaxie "500" Convertible, Loaded and
Heater Power Steering. 3 AUTO CENTERS TO SERVE
62 FORD GALAXIE . . .$2095 Like New. YOU
Hardtop Fac. Air Cond., Full Power, 61 PONTIAC . . . .$1895
Like New. Convertible Coupe, Full Power, Automatic
62 CHEVROLET BEL AIR . .$2095 Radio & Heater. NO MONEY DOWN
V-8, Engine, Automatic, Fac. Air Cond 58 CHEVROLET BISCAYNE .$795
t 61 FALCON . . . .$995 4-Door, V-8, Automatic", Radio & Heater.
Door, Automatic, Radio & Heater. 63 FORD GALAXIE 500" .$2795 AS LOW AS $117| PER WEEK
\ 62 VW . . . . .$1595 Hardtop 4-Door, R&H, Air Conditioned.
) Sunroof, Radio, Heater, Sharp 60 FIAT . . . ... .$495
61 CHEVROLET . . .$1495 2-Door, Radio and Heater.
Station Wagon, Extra Good Buy. 55 PONTIAC . . . .$495 J 1st QUAUTY NYLON 24 MONTH UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE
63 MONZA CORVAIR . $2295 Convertible Coupe, Auto, R&H, Clean.. SIZE 1 I for 2 flf./ fir
4,000 Miles, Fac. Air Cond., Auto.R&H, 61 FORD . . . .$U95 ,, 1 for 983 6<0.15 111 IIES 1512
I Like Brand New. 4 Door Sedan, Automatic,R&lI, Air Cond. 70115 111 1IEB 1512
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I Ir
, JAX AIR NEWS P GEI1

.
eta Office ''"'''": 'W"'?: ",';t."f
: '
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\ FAW-11 YN Receives
: ," ,
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, knits Rapid Promotion to Ens.

Ulanta Regional Office of
_a
il, Service Commisslon.hasI On September 15, a first class ober 6, 1948 as a seaman recruit
I inspection of civilian yeoman, on September 16, a chief and following recruit train-
management for the yeoman and on November 4, the ing served in a wide variety of
;Air Station, Jacksonville, acceptance of a commission as an ships and on shore stations,over
during the period. Dec213. y ensign in the Navy under the Limited seas and in the U.S. He reported
j jI [ The Inspectors will Duty Officer Program.Thus was to the Staff of FAW-11 from duty
icularly interested in ef- the promotion cycle of William 1.. with the Staff of the Commander
I utilization of employees, Carter of Fleet Air Wing Eleven. Strike Force Sooth Naples, Italyon
ployee-management reIn Although he participated in the March 4, 1960.
. the Equal Employmentty w, 1 LDO examination in June of 1962 The new ensign is married to the
\ Program and the and was subsequently advised of former Miss Audrey L. Henry of
dt"I I of women employees. R 1 his selection for appointment in Front Royal, Va.
. ; Inspectors will be availablet rM / early 1963, he never ceased study
t tI with employees and re- A4 r ing for the CPO exam. He took
'I does of employees In em- the latter service wide examinationin ClzilJulJL
1 organizations during the FROM WHITE HAT TO NAVY GOLD-Captain L.P. Pressler, Com- February 1963 and received
f tiara Should an employeeto mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven presents Ensign William L. Carter notification en March 29 of his
0t meet with the Inspectors with his new bars. Carter hod been a chief petty officer for a advancement to become effective 398-5408
, I communicate his wishes brief period of only six weeks. (Navy Photo) September 16.
n Immediate supervisor who Ensign Carter will leave December -
[arrange for an appointment Famed Obstetrician Talks Here On 'Midwifery'A for Officer Candidate TAKE OUT SOUTHERN
otlfy the employee as to the School, Newport R.I. and upon SERVICEOR CHICKEN FRIED
time and place they are to world famed obstetrician. Dr. department of obstetrics arid gynecology completion he will report to the DINING: '% ALL VOW
f the inspectors. Louis M. Hellman, of New York at New York State Univer- USS Norton Sound (AVM-11)) at ROOM CAN EAT
inspectors will not be in City, addressed the doctors and sity School of Medicine. Baltimore, Md. for his first tour s.oIooJ JIM
sition to take action with nurses of the Jacksonville Naval of duty as an officer. Charcoof
} Individual Hospital He entered the Navy on Oct- S, .
t to complaints, on Tuesday.Dr.
|vanes or other problems of Neutron's spoke on "Mid White House ReceivesPerry's

ndividual nature. They will wifery" and the growing short Commodore Perry was the heroof
:ver, be happy to accept any age of obstetricians within the Portrait the Battle of Lake Erie in the
[rmation which may be helpfulirriving medical profession." War of 1812.
at a true picture of The hospital invited all medical Washington (AFPSA portraitof His famous dispatch "We have f
[kind of civilian personnel prom doctors and registered nurses in one of the United States' early the and ItIt
met enemy they are .
heroes
Commodore Oliver Haz-
being pursued at tM Naval the Jacksonville area to attend
the defeat
ours; was sent following -
ard Is
scheduled
Station, Jacksonville. the lecture. Perry, to be +
of the British through a sur-
Born in St. Louis. Mo.,in(1908. hung in the White House. aboardthe f f
) portant Dayr Dr. Hellman has a distinguished The painting, by Samuel Lovett prise USS tactical Niagara.The .maneuver fit-F ,. + +}
Waldo was shipped to Washington -
medical career, and is presently
portrait at one time belonged -
t r C. Mason professor and chairman of the from an art gallery In Rhode to the family of Allen 3199 KINGS AW.
Island. ON Ui HWY. I. SOUTH
ovember 6, 1963 was an implant Pinkerton, first head of the U.S. WE CAN CATER YOUR PARTY
day in the life of W.C. Secret Service. Taphcnla Alt**, Owner A Mgr.
on, Jr AK1 for it was on that
that he officially donned thes
and rank of Ensign Supply IPaFL WESTERN AUTO
rps USN.
he orders of commissioningre it.e
STORE
ASSOCIATE
| read at morning quarters by r
mmander Phaon B. Derr, Jr.,
[>mmanding Officer of Patrol 1 mi. north of HAS at 5541] Roosevelt Blvd. .

uadron Seven ,riNEW In Venetia Village.

After attending a six week of- Radios, TV's, Appliances, Davis Tires, Bike, ..
;rs orientation course at Newrt '" \ Sporting Goods, Auto Partsetc., etc. .
.
> ., Mason will re-
R.I. Ensign More
Y' than 16,000 items TO CHOOSE FROM
art to the Naval Supply School,
It thens, Ga. EASY PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE

I. He is the third officer man in less if' EV 83470FREEZER
tan a year to have received his
irect commission while stationedith

VP-7. EMPTY?
Ens. Mason is an example of ENSIGNCdr.. Phoon B. Derr, Jr., Commanding Officer, ;
e advantages and opportunity of- Patrol Squadron 'Seven reads commissioning orders of Ens. W.C.
:red the for advancement. Wednesday, November 6. (Navy
by Navy Mason, Jr., at morning quarters on
It's time to fill freezer for Thanksgiving and i
|Us gold stripes are the result Photo) your
f years c.' hard work and study. Christmas entertaining 1 !


mQrco MMCOl1hf the ONE place to USDA GRADE CHOICE


STARTS'FRIDAY call for Sides (ib.) 550 :},

USDA GRADE GOOD j

like An IB adult Dolce drama Vita'!" money Sides (lb.) 530 !

Above prices include cutting wrappi ng and freezing ;
ti.(Doily M-or you

Phone Beneficial! Get cash double-fast for any good ream Box Steaks :

son furloughs, expenses, bills, you.name-it! And get
Beneficial's International Credit Card, too, for Immediate Filet MigioH 5 lb. box $9.90 Y;
Cash Loan Service at any affiliated Beneficial office anywhere
Beneficial likes to say "Yes!" Call now!
N.Y. Strip 5 1&. box 4.99Del.olico

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SYSTEM 5 lb. box 4.95 ji j,

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Loans up to $600 on Furniture. Car or Note

} JACKSONVILLE- Beneficial Finance Co. of Jacksonville BLACK ANGUS MEAT CO.
4 uC 311 West Bay St. Mayflower Hotel. . .ELgin 3-4473 ,
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j? b 4 tilt i Off A Must
% t American League Play


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a :: Harold Benson, AA

Play offs of the NAS Intramural competition will begin November 22. A/C Maint and NARTU, of the
: American League, are tied for first place in league competion. A play off between these two teams occured

r yesterday, November 20. The loser of this game will meet Communications, the National League Champ,
yYW l ht wd'yR on Thursday, November 21, and the winner of the game will meet VA-45, the National League runner

up, on the same day. Monday, November 25, the two winners'will meet to determine the Intramural champ,
and the losers of the two games will meet to decide the runnerup positions.

On Wednesday, November 27, "
.. ,. .:>, ., the NAS Intramural champion will : : ', ;, ,, : "
('
\ k meet the NATTU champion, .p''''4." .d':.':b.J"?,;: ""*, .((r.-oty.-.tt.:', ;.'f'' '
MAD #2, for the station champion '
"TAKING STRIDES"-.W. Aaron, of A/C Moint, is taking long ship. The station championshipgame

strides to Insure a victory over their NARTU opponents, as R. will be played on the Par-
Burgess waits to make the initial stop (Navy Photo by Ron ade Grounds at 4:00: p.m.

Gardner, PH2)) Action on the gridiron this past
week saw VA-45 roll over Air
Force 679th, 19-0, the Marines
squeaked past VA-15 7-6 VP-7
downed Hospital, 6-0 NARTU
N N steamed past V AP-62, 1S-0,VP-30

5943 Roosevelt Blvd. Phone EV 7-4944 sauntered past FAETU, 18-0
Communications trounced C&R,
A Only One Mile From NAS Main Gate 34-0, VA-15 over powered

OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY t MARTD, 24-12, the Marines out-
lasted Air Force 679th, 18-12,
*.STEAKS *ROAST and A/C Maint. overwhelmed

CHOPS SEAFOOD NARTU, 180.

All Kinds Of Tasty Sandwiches The highlight game of the week
pitted A/C Malnu and NARTU.
"Serving Food as Good as the Best For 33 Years" t Doth teams, sporting 8-2 records

i : =- = and tied for the American League
title, met on the gridiron Friday
afternoon, November 15. A hard DIVING ATTEMPT-L. Oliver, of NARTU, makes diving attempt
BiOHIEFIRIGE I T RES fought game was the order of the for a NARTU pass in a vain effort to get his team rolling. In hot
Wiu trntaa day, but A/C Malm, proved to be pursuit is C. Meeks of A/C Maint. A/C Maint. won the contest
too much for the NARTU squad. 18-0 (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))

3 Locations To Serve You NARTU's impressive cheering
section tried to laud their team on
to victory, but to no avail. Ac-
counting for the A/C Maint. TDs
5444 NORMANDY- From Atlantic Mills were D. Patterson 1.. Wainer,andJ. ..

Cron. NEWS
2809 MAYPORT RD.- Yt} Mile From: NS Gate Communications of the National
AND NOW! League has already up"
6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. the National League championship. E. Krnavek, and P. Davidson each and H. Clark each ccounted for
} Mile N. NAS Gate Any losses Incurred In the final scored
one TD, and T. Hayes one of the NARTU TDs.
(formerly Pruitt Tire Co.) games would not endanger their scored two TDs, to account for the Other action of the week saw
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE FRITZ League leading position.During the total 34 points. the VA-45 Blackbirds roll over
On Tires/ -Batteries/ 1Po k.Brokes PARMAN \ week Communications showed NARTU, which was shoved out Air Force 679th, 18-0. J. Fellows
Front End -Engine & Transmission Work (Ret C./J.OJ) their power and
aggrestvenessby of co-ownership of the American scored two TDs and W. Tucker
blanking O&R, 34-0. J. Roberts League title by A/C Maint., had scored one TD to round out the
and D. Thompson each accountedfor little trouble VAP-62
tT1w4cI1flhI11NOTHING downing VA-45 scoring column.
a Comm. safety, J. Sheets, 18-0. J. Bielisario, T. Brlghtwell, The Marines squeaked past ti
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DOWN EASY PAYMENTS THE BANK OF VA-15, 7-6. T. Taylor scored the
Marine TD and C.A. Lawson was
BRUNSWICK PREMIUM ORANGE PARK credited with the extra point. W.

100% DuPont Nylon Tubeless :COMPLETE* Bennett tabulated the lone VA-15
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CONFIDENTIAL
TD.VP7
36 Months Road Hazard Guarantee downed Hospital, 6-0. B.
:COURTEOUS
750 x 14 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE Fowler, of the VP-7 Black Fal-
800 x 14 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE BANKING cons, was credited with It's one
850 x 14 3 FOR 87.75 1 FREE six pointer.
900 950 x 14 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREE SERVICE
VP-30 rolled past FAETU, 180.W. .
600 x 13 3 FOR 6G.72
1 FREE Thomas, C. Harvey, and N.
650 XJ3 3 FOR 65.10 1
670 x 15 3 FOR 76.95 1 FREE FREE HIGHWAY 17 A : ..,... Chabot scored the VP-30 TDs.
t 710 X 15 3 FOR 79.35 1 FREE Member VA-15 downed MARTD 24-12.
", 760 x 15 3 FOR 80.40 1 FREE ORANGE PARK, FLORIDA F.O.I.C. W, Bennett, J. Highley, and E.
J 820_x 15 3 FOR 98.55 1 FREENN Melligan scored the VA-15 TDs.
) jwJwjwROOSEVELTMALL J P. Dutton and F. Boone tabulated -
WHEEL i
the two MARTD TDs.
ALIGNMENT FREE I The Marines outlasted Air Force
SS670x15 I
I 679th 18-12. T. Taylor and J.
} WITH PREMIUM O QQ f Dear scored the Marine TDs, and
\t r a:z TIRES-OTHERWISE: 3.77 G. Leland carried for the two
c Air Force TDs.
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Brunswick RAKENYUS 75 I notes. "Do all the boys In your
Special plant drop their tools the moment
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8 PARTS d LABOR "No, not all," the
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!.VP-16 Wins --- --- a Keglers !i





Corn airTournament Jax 5A Near End :i I


A .i

A II w Of Season


Commander L.H. Boutte's

i "Eagles" won the C(\ iFairJax .7-1i-- The American League did not
i Volleyball Tournament when they bowl this past week due to the I

overpowered the VP-7, "Black holiday on Monday. Other kegler !
Falcons" In the NAS Gym. action of the week saw only one I
VP-16's forefelture, the Valions on the
team, sparked by Fred
I Clark, defeated the VP-7 team In National League forefelted to the

two straight games, 15-8, and 15- 4 VU-10 keglers.
I 4. The "Eagles" have had an undefeated + : ;r With the play offs approx-
i season and are still In the imately a month off, barring any

FIRST ACTION In the Com NAS Intramural Competition.The unforeseen complications the
Into the "home
1 keglers zoom
ComFair
Jax trophy was
FoirJox Volleyball Tournament. stretch".

[ (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, presented a.m.) to the earlier team this captain week (Fred Wed Results of the past week were:

PH2)) Clark by Capt. A.T. Decker Com- CONTINENTIAL LEAGUE

FalrJax Chief of Staff
Hospital "A' Blackbirds 4 Mix Masters 0
Cursors 4 Sky Warriors ###2 0
TOURNAMENT CHAMPS-Wlnners of the Com Fair-
Three recent
Teams Molar Roller's 1 Paymasters 3
YP.30 "B" Jax Volleyball Tournament were the VP-16, "Eagles" Pizzan's 2 Comfalrjax "A" 2
(Left to right) G.D. Delp, D.J. Whitecraft, J.S. Taylor, J.E. ComStoreFive 3 Spoilers 1

UndefeatedIn Pyla, Chief J.N. Contls, R.H. Barrett, W.H. Taulbee, F.W. BB Stackers 0 A vions 4
Win
LeaguesAction Clark, and C. I. Middour. (Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, Demons 1 Spartans 3
PH2))
on the links this past week NATIONAL LEAGUE

was games.made With up one entirely game left of make to makeup up IM PlayThree Jones Of Navy Judo NARTU Eagles 4###2 Rejects 4 Play 0 Boys 0

the league champions have already teams In the Intramural Pan Handlers 3 Bandits 1

been decided. Volleyball Leagues still remain Club Seeks 4th StraightThe Lucky 7 4 Owl Hoots 0
Winner of the American Leaguewas undefeated. VP-16 6-0, and Valions 0 VU-10 4 forfeit
Hospital "A" with an unblemished NARTU, 4-0, of the American Lea
Jax Judo Club will is a feat usually not done. Pin Pounders 0 Air Frames 4
6-0 record.Runnerup of and VA-45, 3-0,of the National Navy
gue participate In the forthcoming Last Wednesday, November 20, Marines 1 Pro's 3
the American League was Admin. League. Florida State Championship and the Jax Navy Judo Club held a Electrons 1 Bomb Scorers 3
with a 5-1 record. Results of the week were: for Juniors, White 1
Promotional Tournament to beheld promotional test
The National League linkster VA-15 over Hospital 15-4, and 15-5, Just think of the our
In St. Petersburg, Fla., YMCA, Belts, and for the boys of the Parental money
champ was VP-30 "B" with a O&R over VP-7 13-11, and 15-10, November 23 and 24. Pro- Home for Boys Team spon- cities lost in the horse-and-buggy
5-1 record, and following very VAP-62 postponed Dispensary on motional Tournaments are held sored by the Duval County days by not making a piggybankout
closely behind the champs was the FAETU postponed VA-45, and Recreational Department. of every hitching post.F .
twice a In the Spring
ComFairJax team with a 4 1/2 VP-16 over Supply 15-0and 15-0, year G Kernan
Fall, but the State Championshipsare
--- 1 1/2 record to take the run- Hospital over Public Works 15-6,
and 15-8, only held once a year. '
position.
nerup The Judo Club's com-
Jax Navy YUKON
Pairings for the playoffs will VP-30 over Communications DINERJust
bined efforts recently won the
put Hospital "A", the American 15-1, and 15-7, Florida Invitational Tournament: ,
winner ComFairJ VAR.-62 over NAMTD 15-10, and
League against 18-16. held In Orlando, Fla. This team outside Main Gat. -2nd Door from Yukon Post Office
the National League runnerup.
effort will to -
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winner will go against the New Ladies Golf the state championships.
American League runnerbp, Ad- OPEN 10:00: TO 01:00
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min. Final winners will be determined -
Belt, has won the Florida State SANDWICHES DANCING NITELY
when the winners of the first Association Held
135 lb. Championship for the last
and second match meet, and the three years straight. Upon enter- COLD DRAFT AND BOTTLE BEER
losers of the first and second match Two TournamentsThe
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third, and fourth places. newly formed Ladies Golf straight.
matchesare Association held two tournaments year
Results of the make up
Charles Lipsey and R. fowler,
One tournament was a
: recently. LET'S TALK
now both 3rd degree Brown Belts,
Hospital "A" 7 1/2 A/C Maintt Blind Partner Flight, and the other for
will try 1st degree Brown Belts.
112ComFairJax' the Annual Fall Handicap.The .
was If they suceed this will be a major BELLAIRWhere
3 Blind Partner Tournamentwas
6 Hospital "B"
feat, as skipping the 2nd degree
VA-45 5 NARTU 4 won by Mrs. J.M. Johnson,
VA62 6 1/2 Air Force 679th and Mrs. William Hare, 87-18 sellation flight Mrs. A.R. Hilton
2 1/2 1/2-68 1/2. Runnerups were Mrs. won over Mrs. V.J. Bartin, also

F.H. Flynn and Mrs. Bill Hare, one up.
P" 88-18 1/2-69 1/2. Regular days play declared Mrs.
The finals of the Annual Fall H.JBeckel winner with a low L JJ
Would all baseball heroes wereas Handicap were played November 8, net, 98-17-81. Runnerup regular r
modest as the Falcon Height with Mrs. J.M. Johnson winningover days play was Mrs. L.W. Lawton

Little League pitcher who marched Mrs. G. Rusetta, one up in with a draw over Mrs. T.J. Hall s .

home happy after blanking the op- the championship flight. In the con- 1031984. ..
position. -- - -- -- --- --
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"What did you use, your fastball r I
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"Let's face It, Dad," the lad
grinned. "That's all I've got." I G_ :
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Kc3 PIZZA PANTRY IM Ping Pong UnderwayFirst Movies

games of the NAS Intramural VU-10 1 NARTU 4 Movies will be shown regularlyat
cJ Ping Pong schedule got O&R 3 Hospital 2 7 p.m. on Monday through Sat-
i TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM underway Friday, November 8. VP-30 2 FAW-11 3 urday; at 2 jxm. and 7 p.m.on Saturday -
r Four games are played daily during VA-15 2 ComFairJax 3 ; and Sunday,at the Mainside
1iv PREMIUM BEER CHOICE CUT STEAKS the noon time hours. and NATTU Theaters and 7p.m..
/ ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI"PIZZA. Results of the first weeks action only on Sunday at the Hospital
An old-timer in the E lades
are: erg Theater These times are subjectto
.... ComFairJax VA-45 1 was warning a new work party change.
NARTU 3 VP-7 2 about alligators. "They're fast
our specialty"DERICKSON Thursday, November 2}
VAP-62 4 1/2 FAW-11 1/2 and tricky he said, "but one
FRANK VU-10 1 Hospital 4 thing it's easy to tell whenone's Mainslde Captain Sinbad Guy
"
FAW-11 0 VP-7 5 nearby. Williams& Heidi Bruhl
"In the Heart of Cedar Hills" FAETU OVP-30 5 "How do you tell?" a new man NATTUnit Sbcwdown Audie
NARTU 5 Public Works 0 asked nervously. Murphy& Kathleen Crowley
y 3619 Blending Blvd.-Ph. 7710170SEE VAP-62 5 VA-45 0 "Nothing to it, son." said the Hospital Beach Party Bob
VU-10 VP-7 5 old-timer smoothly. "Say you CUmmings & Dorothy Malone
FAETU 0 Hospital 5 and one of these other boys is
YOUR FRIENDLY NEIGHBORHOOD BANK VA-15 5 FAW-11 0 standing around talking and smok- Friday, November 22
FOR YOUR NEEDS TO BETTER LIVING VP-30 0 OiR 5 ing. And all at once you notice Mainside -Spa rtucus-Tony Curtis
VAP-62 3 ComFairJax 2 ya'resmokingardtalkingtoyourVU10 &Jean Simmons
Automobiles -.. Postponed Public Works self. Son, you just located your NATTUnit Captain Sinbad -Guy
Home ie VA-15 Postponed VA-45 first 'gator." Ken Kraft, Wall Williams&Heidi Bruhl
Improvements i
Modem Appliances a r 1 a; :'' FAETU VP-7 5 51.JnL Hospital Showdown Audie
5 III Murphy& Kathleen Crowley
Regular Checking i i
Special Checking "i _. 'i J WE SERVICE ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL"THRIFT Saturday, November 23
Safe Deposit Boxes !
Drive In Tellers CAR RENTALSPHONE Mainside Caretakers Robert
I
\W Stack &Joan Crawford
All Modern Banking Conveniences EV 7-2331 NATTUnit Spartucus Tony
$5.00aday-5< a mil* Curtis&Jean Simmons
FLORIDANATIONAL 24 / OUR SERVICE .......... ALL \/W' CARS (Ibspital Captain Sinbad Guy
Williams& Heidi Bruhl

BANKAT SERVICE 24 HOUR, AIR BASE CAB DISPATCHED Sunday, November 24
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4617 SAN JUAN AVENUE 2 Blocks From Roosevelt; I NATTUnit Caretakers Robert
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Road Jacksonville
MEMBER F.D.I.C. 10, Fla. Stack&Joan Crawford
Hospital Spartucus Tony
Curtis& Jean Simmons

Monday, November 25

Mainside Left Handed Gun -
Paul Newman& Lita Lilian
NATTUnit PT 109 Clift Robertson -
& Ty Hardin
Hospital Caretakers Robert
Stack&Joan Crawford

Tuesday, November 26
WARD
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Winter& Cherie Roland
NATTUnit Left Handed Gun -
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The Make BelieveCentury 85 I NASers



Of 19 Russia AdvancedEighty


five Naval Air Station w
(First of a series of 20 articles entitled The History of Communism, personnel were recipients of pro-

by MSgt. Walter Stewart, USMC. Reprinted by AFPS from the San Diego! motion certificates at ceremonies

Chevron, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, Calf,) held on Monday In Bldg. 3.Captain ., -

James R. Compton, NAS Com- 1
ARISTOCRATS of 19th Century Russia lived a life( almost exactly manding Officer out the certi-
gave
as we, would Imagine It to have been. It was an operetta life of grand ficates and offered his personal
dukes and czars and splendid uniforms, of countless lackeys and ermine congratulations.
robes and rivers of wine and vodka.

Naturally, the social whirl cen- -
tered on the czar and his czarina ed Personnel promoted were those
to the
throne--temporarlly. In
And the Russian Empire was successful the past August ser-
1894 after
wearing the crown a
superbly equipped for the social vice-wide examinations. Of the
scant 13 years, he died of( Injuries
niceties.For group, nine were promoted to E-8,
sustained six earlier when
example, In the capital city, the years two to E-7, five to E-6, 26 to
train derailed
royal was
by
E-5 and 43
to E-4.
St. Petersburg (changed at the
terrorists. PROMOTION CEREMONIES Jean A. Furhmann, DT3 of NAS
onset of WWI to the less Ger- Nicholas, eldest son of Alex- Dental receives congratulations and a certificate from Captain -

manic name of Petrograd and, ander III, then became the last Lieutenant (jg) Roberta Hazard, J.R. Compton, NAS Commanding Officer, who was assist
later, to Leningrad), the winter czar. Nicholas, who ruled his empire NAS CI&E Officer assisted at ed by Roberta Hazard, CI&E Officer. The promotion cere-
palace--only one of several In the In much the same manneras the ceremonies. monies were held in the Gymnasium, Building 3. (Navy Photo
(four
city--sprawled of over and one- had his ancestors--by the divine by W. B. Tate, PH2))
half acres ground. right of kings--seemed blissfully -
Essentially, there were three unaware of the growing un- "-
classes of Russians: the aristoc- rest. In all he
probability, never
racy, the bureaucrats, and the even heard of Georgi Valentino- With Twin
serfs. All land--and It must be
vlch Plekhanov--(founder of the 7 DINETTE
appreciated that the empire cov- rC.
Marxist movement In Russia--or Bonus Values
ered something like one-sixth of of Karl Marx himself.
the earth's surfacebelonged to
The czar was not entirely to
the czar. blame (for his aloofness he had
;
Indeed, the succession of czars been trained to consider his rrt.; r UmluUd pUitk wood Wale....r....
,
peas- = 1; 1Pi1....mn..ltd burnt I MMchlaf dulra
operated the empire as though It ants ( and they were his, In the si_ ilk b*.vjr. vinyl town over eomfy km
tYO..e.1. CWtemni dtrwiM or krMMfrmt
existed for the of the ss f. *
solely use manner of( goods) as nothing more rombtiwd vttk nurMt-Uk. pdMMItlljr -
Romanov royal family. The czar or less than his other animals and, ,r 1 .. IenMd tr.rll..ePlus tab'make' 1M..tr.tAu u.or1........4..
did occasionally parcel out feudal .1 11M kn.w .
consequently, unworthy of(royal attention -
estates to family members, but .
these estates existed only by his
week
Next : Prosperity Before f *IXT.TAaLl 3 n.x 3 FT.
whim.If Revolution. lbw j
the masses, numbering well *6 MATCHING CHAIRS

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security, they were resigned to their pass age on credit,Americans

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human dignity, on their level,were later for things they wanted and
completely unknown to them. needed. For this modest, but pur- r.

Even so, there were periodic poseful beginning total comsumer T:: '
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famine. However, the Insurgentswere staggering $231 billion, with a 200
quickly brought to justiceand per cent Increase In the last ten

the matter promptly forgot years. Americans can buy almost
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was assassinated in 1881 whena debt Is higher education. Rex- I

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Clayton E.Revels, President

I'm mighty proud that Chrysler Corporation has appointed meMo sell and service their great lineof automobiles. Here's how I intend to do business: First, I
believe in good service. At my place you'll be sure to get it. Second,I'll give you the best deal that I can and still stay in business. Third,only the cream of the-
used car crop will end up on my lot. Most i important: everybody who works for me thinks the same way I do. I hand-pick all my men.
One other thing. Repeat business is important to me. Once I sell you a new car, I'm going to make sure you buy all 'ourcars from me. I'm here to stay.
When you're ready to look at new cars, come on down. If you want to talk to me personally about your car needs, be sure to ask for me. That's what I'm in
business for. To sell. To serve. To make friends.


GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION! SATURDAY, NOV. 23rd.

REFRESHMENTS I Be sure to stop in and see the "iest an In mercar* today. Register for the

valuable door prize 21" color T.V. To be given away Sat. Nov. 30th. You do not

FAVORS' have to t be present to win. Register anytme Sat., Nov. 23 thru Sat. Nov. 30.

Grand Prize Color T.V.Dina' Radio Broadcasts 1<<3 5OOWAYR: with Dan Richardson.



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t NOW IN STOCK THE LARGEST SELECTION OF NEW CARS IN CLAY COUNTYWe
extend our thanks to the U.S. NAVY PERSONNEL, for
) We extend to you the U.S. NAVY PERSONNEL, a special
I your valued patronage these past few years and ask for an invitation to visit us on our GRAND OPENING SATURDAY
opportunity to serve you in the future. NOVEMBER 23 '
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Approximately 18 MINUTES from the Base, South on Hiway 17.
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CLAYTON REVELS CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH, INC.


1050 N. ORANGE AVE., GREEN COVE SPRINGS


GREEN SPRINGSAUTHORIZED COVE 284.6666 PHONES 264-6555 JACKSONVILLE DIRECT


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