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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: June 4, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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Publl h.d by the Holt: PuUlthing' Company private: firm. Opinions .n>r....d by the publisher and writers b.rln or. their own and not to b. considered on official expression of any military ......... .
Th. appooronco of advert I sements In this publication does not con t I tut* an endorsement" of any military department of the product for services advertised.
VOL. 22 NO. 13 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE 4, 1964



I Navy Relief Receives Navy Donates -



MOOO Check From JOWCThe
t k r $24,216.97 To

contribution scale for the 1964 Navy Relief Drive raised

sharply Monday when the Jacksonville Officers Wives Club donated 7F i'x Narg
$1,000 to the Society.Mrs. Cancer SocietyMr.

A. N. Fowler, president of the Wives organization pre-
sented the check to Captain James R. Compton NAS CO. H. B. Forbecker, Execu-

This particular contributionwas ___ tive Director American Cancer
the climax to the club's Society Duval -
County was presented
annual support to military and CPO Carnival a check for $24,216.97
civilian charities. The club's recently by Rear Admiral Robert -
year runs from June 1 to June Goldthwaite, CommanderFleet
1 of each ye?r. Success WithMarine's Air Jacksonville.The .
Since last June, the JOWC amount was contributed by
has contributed better than$3,500to Navy personnel and employees of
welfare organizations. Just the Jacksonville NavalComplexto
between January and June of this HelpThe .a the 1964 National Health
year, the wives have donated IL 4 b yU t Agencies campaign. The combined -
CPO Club's carnival and K -"
$500 to the Navy Marine Federal campaign contributions -
Residency Foundation, $200 to Las Vegas games made approxi- to the 1964 FederalService '
the Clausey Scholarship Found- mately $1,500, according to Joint Crusade-National Health
ation for children of Navy widows, Chief H. D. Schott, President of $24,000 to Cancer Society Agencies fund-raising efforts a-
as well fs the $1,000 to Navy the Advisory Board. The pro- mounted $38,298.9LThis
Relief.To ceeds will be used for the an-
figure is 3662.17 higher -
Two Marine Aviators
nual Christmas for the Un-
enable them to be so generous Party than last year's combined
f\ the members of the JOWC, derprivileged children of Duval campaign totals, since the Navy's -

< o.i& who represented every command County. Retire From ServiceThe contribution to the 1964
'(stationed here at NAS Jax, sponsor The top booths and con- Federal Service Joint Crusadewas
/ \ several social functions tributions to the carnival
o' $14.08194 as, opposed to
I throughout the year, such as New came from the Marine Corps Marine Corps lost two veteran aviation officers recently when $6,743.27 in 1963. The joint
1" Orleans Night and the MagnoliaBall. patronage of the club.The Marine, Major W. R.'Hinson and' CWO Eugene Wheeler retired from the Ma- crusade drive netted a boost of
to Mrs. Fowler wives "Bean the Beetle" booth
According rine Aviation Detachment here. $7,338.67.
the net profit for the MagnoliaBall under the direction of president Major Hinson, the detach- He has been an electronics officer -
held in alone Gerry Kean was the top booth of
January was ment's Executive Officer since since trading his Master
the carnival. The Marine AviationDetachment's
$1,230. last July leaves the Corps after Sergeant's Chevrons for Warrant -
Among the organizations which "Roller Derby"was 20 years as a Naval Aviator. He Officer bars.
received the club's support dur- second in amount of money was a fighter pilot in World War He was an aerialgunner during
ing the past year included the made. These two booths netted IL and in Korea. He has flown World War 11 and was shot downin -'
Red Cross, The Girl Scouts more than all of the other booths most of the airplanes the Marine the Philllplnes behind enemy
books for the Naval Hospital and operated at the carnival. TheMarine's Corps has had during this time. lines. Badly burned and injuredhe i .,
the Cumberland Day Nursery booth was manned most CWO Wheeler has been the made his way out of his tail
totaling $625, and over $1800to of the time and under the dir- Llason Officer for the detachment gunners spot on the Mitchell bom-
civilian org' nizations and ection of the Detachment's for the past three years in ber and escaped into the Jungle.
charities including the Bootstrapand Sergeant Major, John Ware. the Aviation Electronics School. He eluded the Japanese with the
Chief Bill Behrens and his
the Mornlngst School Com
aid of natives until he was pickedup
mittee Life retarded FAETU shooting Gallery was carnival and games. Half of those
,
Young r a few days later by a flying 1
scout troop, for exceptional another popular spot during the were Marine representatlyes. We
children. two-day carnival. NATTC's did not have enough volunteer boat.He
has been in the electronicsfield
Presentation of the Navy Relief Aviation Ordnance game of workers to operate the games since the need for tall gun-
throwing ? ball through a and some we rented never
contribution was the last swing games ners in the Marine Corps vanished -
official duty performed by Mrs. hoop was the only booth from got Into operation because wecouldn't with the bombers from the
Fowler of the the training center. get any one to work them.
as president JOWC. Corps. U. S. LADY-Mrs. J. R. Compton,
Wes Ward Vice Presi- We had plenty of customers but
GySgt
,
That she turned
same day over Major Hinson is retiring to wife of Capt. Compton, CO
her title to Mrs. J. E. dent of the Advisory Board deplored no workers and can consider
Rylee, Santa Ana, Calif where he expects NAS, looks through
formerly the Budget and Wel- the lack of interest by the ourselves lucky we didn't lose themaga-
business. Mr.
to enter
line U. S. Lady, in which she
fare Charman who guided the Naval units In their club and its money.
Wheeler moves to Paris, Tenn.
Investigation of all the recipent functions. "We had only about The Sergeant said that another become farmer.See has been chosen Lady of The
to a gentleman
charities, both civilian and mil eight of the 26 advisory members Las Vegas night would probably Month for June. (Official Navy .....
itary. working or taking part In the (Continued on Page 2) ( Pictures on Page 9)) Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2))
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I df Parachute Meet Held


I i ,:! t FieldBy

t ,0' At Whifehouse

I I Marc Whetstone, J01

The Second Annual South- while jumpers from Ft. Stewart,

1 ( .i J/ I eastern All-Military Sport Para- Ft. Benning and Ft. Gordon, Ga.,
chute Meet, held last weekend, and Lakehurst, N.J., took the Individual -
1I I : was a rousing success despitethe awards.
intervention of high winds Larry Parmer Harry Wood
,,';; ;<'. and rain-filled clouds. and Dan Asplund of Jax Navy

Altogether, 77 competitorsfrom combined their jumping accuracyto
Army, Navy, Marine Corps place first in the Team Ac-
and Air Force commands repre- curacy Event. There were nine
senting 10 states were enteredin other teams entered in the com-

the two-day events held .at petition.
i W Whitehouse Field west of Jack- First place winner In the Advanced -
u. e ROn sonville. Accuracy Event wasGer-
t Three members of the Jax cell Plummer from Ft. Bennlng.
: Navy Sport Parachute Clubwalked Placing first in the Inter-

Coming In Target Wood, Parmer, Asplund away with top team honors (Continued on Pago 9)i) i



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I IIH ALA tr JUNE 4' 1964
PAGE 2 JAX AIR NEWS

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ALLr I-fAT t' I -K .11' ;: '' ,. Ji. f t". l, "\ I '
I< .J; .J.o.. ;, ,,9.e'J: \ ....$:, Chaplain's Message
f I
VREED0M '
I t<

PBMANPSV :YY" ,'1a SUNDAY Service of Holy By Chaplain John A. Abucewicx
**' 8:00 a. m.
., 3v >
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%; 'V.rc' : Communion Service of Divine liner depart from New York HarborIs
; ,." 9:30 a. m. To watch a great ocean
: :
: ,...
'." <..:: .' .... ,.;. ;::. a. Worship a memorable sight.It .
,. : Sunday hool'for memorable when are supposed to be a passen-
..... ''y"'i: 'f'/ 9:30 a. m. Is even more you
: ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 on the boat and arrive just In time to see the vessel leaving with
ger
; ir 'W 11:00: a. m. Service of Divine _all nJ---your luggage aboard.

& / Worship This Is what happened to one 4PEAK Or.'k
." 6:30 m. Youth Fellowship ,.
",'" \. to; : r..... p. man who was scheduled satlwith
'. WEDNESDAY his wife and two children on the ME.
11 .
Re-
.- "'-:,' 4:30 p. m. Junior Choir Liberte'.Hehadtaken -
Liner
French
: : .''Y
( '.-::: hearsal Senior Choir Rehearsal the precaution of sending his
; 7:30 p. m.
( jJYj. : \1 luggage ahead but he and his fam- ""I'f "fWF
T" ily got a late start from the hotel

ovt.EA t1SPEcf 4' 8lJPPoRr' 12:00 p. m. Holy Communion and were caught In a traffic jam. ..::...::......... I .........:...
K 6
; A Also on all Holy Days

Editorial Edward's Catholic Services NATTC at and St. their The hotel group minus returned their belongings wearily to, 1if;
Chapel,
ii j :
checked In again, and then booked :
Naval Hospital on another ship to Europe. '.
passage
This Is All Freedom Demands: SUNDAY MASS- They planned to leave much earlier : :
6:30 a. m. U. S. NavalHospital 1 ,,'', "."
the next sailing date. {, v ?: )r.
9:00 a. m. & 11:00 a. m. St. on fi : !. '; / .ff:,?':"
of "Miss the Boat" In ''7;,H.: g (II' t IW'
us '
Knowledge Respect SupportFreedom Edward's Chapel. Many \" E r t I'?,(, I ,. ".
than 'hkQjHAK
DAILY MASS more ways one during our r

it has been said times past remembering is a price- 11:30 a. m. St. Edward's Chapel brief pilgrimage through life. Too use OF TIME,
less thing.A MONDAY & TUESDAY much Is at stake to take chances LET NOT ADVANTAGE

man may buy his way out of jail. Another may sell freedom 4:15. pt m. King Hall, NATTC where your spiritual destiny Is in- Sl-IR'
from worry in the form of a bottle of tranqulllzers. But these rre FRIDAY volved. Follow the divine safe- ...JlJ.MM6ilAJ< AREri'
trifling plays on the word freedom In the grand sense that Americansmean 12:05 p. m.U. S. Naval Hospital guards of Christ and you will avoid
they think of this homeland as. SATURDAY many a costly mistake.

"The land of the free. ." 9:00 a. m. St. Edward's Chapel }('1 1f.g ,:, '_l :t:;,IdH.: .,. ..
How, then are we to enjoy and serve this Intangible, priceless, CONFESSIONS-SATU RDAY 1.--:: : : ,: ;::.
.. fragile heritage of freedom?
1:00 p. m. 8:00 p. m. and l _
"To create and build an understanding of the spirit and philo- before Masses ray

sophy of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights and in our"bundle" Catechism Classes: Grade School __ I EIi1Fiifl
of indivisible political and economic freedoms Inherent In them SATURDAY

"To inspire love of freedom and to support the spiritual unity 10:00 a. m. All Saints' Activities ; I1LII
born of the belief that man is a dignified human being, created in building : [ ? '
the image of his" Maker, and by that fact possessor of certain Inalienable 722NURSERY : 1L 'fiiiijil

rights. The Naval Air Station Nursery
These goals suggest that freedom--while It may not be boughtand located in Building 560 on Child

sold like any commodity--nevertheless is due something fromus. Street, opens at 8:15 a. m, on
We owe to our forefathers and their bequest of liberty three Sunday morning. Parents attend- 9 tirE

things: ing Sunday Masses or Protestant
Knowledge ot the rights to worship God in one's own way. services may leave young
to free speech and press. .to assemble peaceably and petitionfor children in the nursery without <<- i
grievances. .to privacy in our homes. .to the legal protectionof charge. .: .
habeas corpus. .to trial by Jury and the withholding of stigmaof J

guilt until proven guilty. CPO Carnival .. Q
We should know the history of these rights. And we should giveto b-:' & HT I>
them and others a second payment: (Continued from Page 1)) J ; J
Respect for the rights to travel about freely at home and "
be held In the fall unless the I
abroad. .to own private property. .to elect our officials by per- '-
sonal secret ballot. .to work in callings and localities of our choice advisory board came up with !'
another solution
.to bargain with our employers of employes. .to go Into business, to producing
for the
Christmas
compete and make a profit. .to bargain In ? free market. to con- money Party. T
For the past eight 100 Y
tract about our affairs. years
children have been
To all of these and more we owe understanding, respect and a give clothes
third toys, dinner, and a visit from'Santa
acknowledgement:
Support of the rights and service by government as a protectorand Claus, plus a Christmas (
Party at the CPO Club. The
referee. .of freedom from arbitrary government regulationand
for
control. average expenditure this par-

When we can lay knowledge of, respect for, and support of these ty Is $2300. o o
"If we want to'maintain thison wnE r sw.wk ypgq' 9 e w A M
basic rights upon the foundation of a fundamntal belief in God and
the level that It has been all

basic rights upon the foundation of a fundamental belief In God anda of these years," Sgt. Ward said,

constitutional government designed to serve the people, we have "then we're going to have to get Chief J. C. Lundgren, MUC, director of the MAS band, and his

begun to discharge our Indebtedness to the Founding Fathers and more Interest from rnd the Chiefs wife, Mrs. Lundgren, pass through the Side Boys upon Lundgren's

our responsibility to succeeding" generation who will inherit. Gunny only In Sergeants this but others other ,club not retirement after serving 30 years in the Navy. The retirement
"The American of Life.
Way fuctlons." after serving 30 years in the Navy. The retirement ceremonies

... :(IT .. pi r."'." '1" '.. '\' ". ..'W) r'F'" took place in the office of Capt. J. R. Compton, CO NAS, June 1 1.
f .t >"? ;:J" :','ff.. ; :'! \.' J.:.: .: Chief Lundgren and his wife presently reside at 1 1128 N. SebagaAve.

i I'* ., Atlantic Beach, Flu

it iiij ih +.

JAX
... AIR NE"WVS:
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"S Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
> Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR

,.. NEWS must! be forwarded to the Service Information Office,

UP IN THE AIR. Over their qualification as ASW Aircrewmen, members of Patrol Squadron Box 9. NASvJacks. nville. by 12:00: noon on Monday before

Thirty "hold down" many jobs in the SP-"Neptune" patrol bomber. Designated as ASW Aircrewmenby Telephone EV 9-7711 Items, Ext. are 8162.welcomed from all sources"

Commander B. B. SMITH, Commanding Officer of VP-30 "Pro's" became qualified as Navy ASW Advertisements
are solicited the and
by Polisher queries
Aircrewmen. Designated Aircrewmen are trained to operate and perform maintenance on the equip. concerning such should be directed
to the Holt Publishing
.
ment associated with at least two crew positions in the aircraft, making them invaluable assets to a Company, 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville 8. Florida--

flight crew in complex ASW problems. In qualifying to wear the coveted Aircrewman Wings, each Telephone 359-4040 or 35CK01271

man completed the VP-30 training syllabus which includes qualification in Morse Code, recognition

of aircraft, ships and submarines swimming helicopter hoist, first aid, flight emergency proceduresand VOiiL: 22 N0 13
training in techniques of loading all types weapons carried aboard the SP2. JUNE 4, 1964'r



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June 9 Ends Suspense .



Navy Relief Drawing OPEN TIL



i Many weeks of planning, salesmanship, bookeeplng,advertising, and, 9 P.M.
most Important, contributions, will reach climax Tuesday, June 9,
i with the grand drawing for Navy Reliefs 1964 campaign. TONITE
The four winning tickets will
be pulled from the barrel on
Tuesday afternoon at the Band still a chance for anyone to win
Shell. Captain JR.Compton,CO one of these beautiful prizes.
NAS, the Navy Relief drive committee You could be one of the lucky
2 COOLING
O
and other officials of four.To 0,00
CAPACITY._
the campaign will be on hand for all of those readers who
the drawing, which, will be opento have purchased chances for the
anyone desiring to attend. Navy Relief drive, the staff of
There Is still time remainingto Jax Air News wishes to say TOP'S in Quality WestinghovseWHOLEHOUSE
purchase chances on the 1964 "Good Luck" and extend a sin-
Malibu Super Sport Hardtop, the cere thank you for contributingto
Mustang convertible and hardtop, the one agency which exists COOLING
and solely to help Navymen and their
the 15 ft. fiberglass boat with .
.
a 40 hp. Johnson motor and trai families. --'
-t a .
ler.
Campaign officials are still ""' ", n' '
hoping for a good last-minute N :< ..rrrrwrrrwrwrrrrrrrI wwirwrrrrr.www.M NO

surge to give life to the drive, ",, ,:;t EEEEEEEEEEEwrrr 5:=====.==:5:==== DUCTS
now far behind expectations. LastThursday's ::: :.:\ : ===== ---------.-- =:--=ww==
i"fSS/. wrr .rrrwrw .:===== 4 :
report indicates that l wrrrr __ NO
,.h .;.'.: rNr .wrrrrr .___ -ii.------Sf: Irwn.r..
total contributions amount to :, .' than
slightly more
less than one-half$20,000 the goal, or of > .''".. .: =rrwwr.rrrrrrrw.= :wwi___wiwirti____=. _wrrww.w____" -
( ..,, ; = --- +i. +rn.r.wrr-
';.;$ < ---- =raaaaawtasnw sawnac
$45,000 set at the beginning of :. ; ------- tMae .
the drive. : "_ -= t NOISELESS
=
Lrst year's drive netted a <,. t : < ._ ... f:\ --=----=--=--=--=-----=---=----= > -- -
grand total of $55,000 for Navy ;;:. : ,. J";,, ,..... :
-- == ZINC
Relief. 1 \.\ = ... .-.
; ...' y ==- nr"T7"T.
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COATED
Less than one week from today >:' : _
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three be
people are going to i'j j : =
driving brand new cars' cour- :t. < NO PMTS
-ALL
of the 1964 Relief 1.- '
tesy Navy cam- 1f' TIL
pa Ig n. Someone will have a CEDAR HILLSYour JULY
beautiful new fiberglass boat sitting Neighborhood NEW
out to be admired or cruis-
ing around one of the many USED CAR DEALER

Florida waterways. There Is SPECIALIZING IN PRICE INCLUDES NATION-WIDE SERVICE WHEREVERYOU ;
GO IN THE U.S. DON'T SETTLE FOR LESSWESTINGHOUSEFACTORYSERVICE
CLEAN


High& CARS49'S
Surf __
THROUGH 63'S
Twistin' wild & 10 POSITION THERMOSTAT
63 FORD FAIRLANE'500'.$1795 CHILLED AIR 2 SPEED (HIGH-LOW) FAN

Feelin'.Wonderful I ITECHNICOLOR3 Super Sport, V-8., A. T., R&H. Just 3 DIRECTIONS EXHAUSTS STALE AIR -
like AT-ONE-TIME
New! I VENTILATES ENTIRE AREA

62MONZA .... $1495
\ 4 speed, R&H, Maroon with black 5 YR. GUARANTEE BUDGET TERMS AVAILABLE

interior ON SEALED UNIT

62 BEL AIR . .. . $1495
4 dr. sedan, 8 cyl.! A. T., R&H,
Cleanest in town!
$
Fl 62 FORD FAIRLANE $1295 .
i 4 dr. Clean as new with original

tires.

1 61 CHEVROLET ...... $1195
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4 dr., A. T., R&H, Extra Sharp! ::

60 IMPALA HARDTOP.....$1195
Auto. trans., R&H, Immaculate!

......." 60RAMBLER . ...$845
rJAMES: t
PAMELADARRENTIFFIN 4 dr., R&H, factory air condi
tioned.

.. .'" 60 OlDS"88". . . $1195 #""
;' PAUL
Station wagon, A. T., R&H power
(9.1& LYNDEwo steering and brakes, Extra Nice!
58 CHEVROLET DELUXE.$695

4 dr., Auto. trans., R&H

58 FORD . . $295
Q ..t 4 dr., auto. trans., R&H
57 PLYMOUTH . . $195 990
MANY OTHER SIZES ON SALE AS LOW AS
(' (, 2 dr., auto. trans., R&H
\t At"" \ 57 T-BIRD . . .$??? JUST PLUG INTO REG. 110V SOCKET. NO S ECIAL
"
With Both Jet Black. You
} f can't find a Tops cleaner one. WIRING NEEDED EASIEST TERMS IN AX... SI 1.68 WK.

," and many more to choose from! IR
r See WHISP UNITS
THE SERVICEMAN'S FRIEND The New

TECHNISCOPE We CAN Finance YOU! Built ESPECIALLY TRAILER HOMES Call Us.


Starts Thurs. June 4 See GARY BLACKWELL or BILL WE ALSO HAVE COMPLETE FURNITURE DEPT. NOW! .j

Seimer at 3719 Blanding Blvd.
PHONE EV 9.5546 Bov Used
We Fj'"
FLORIDA '
Across from Cedar Hills Shop.Ctr.
5047 1.
THEATRE PHONE 771.2320 NORMANDY BLVD. 1 2Blk.WEST OF CASSAT AND POST






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drive will begin on dates to be ScholarsColeman
DOD Joins Drive Dollars For
announced and continued for 30


To Raise Funds days..Secretary McNamara of has Defense recommended RobertS. / Guest af CPO Club I

special emphasis be given to
For JFK LibraryWashington the drive during the week of the I N. Coleman
late NAS Chiefs
president's birthday, May
(AFPS--The) Defense 29. Founded
DFS
Department has joined other Estimated cost of establishing Give To DFS

Government agencies In a the library Is $10 million, Coleman
an 82
voluntary fund-raising campaignto all of which will be raised through The NAS Chiefs Club will year-old
has headed the
support establishment of the voluntary contributions.Each launch a special "Dollars for Dollars
John F. Kennedy Library as a contributor may sign a Scholars" fund drive beginning Scholars here program In since its
national memorial to the late "Register of Contributors," Wednesday, June 10 when P. N. Jacksonville
president. which will be placed In the com- Coleman, head of the drive and a greet: deal of his tim
President Johnson and the bipartisan pleted library. well-known local businessman, the program. He has spoken
-.. leadership of Congresshave The library will be built on addresses the assembled chiefsat every high school civic
endorsed the drive. land donated by Harvard Univer- a special VIP luncheon at and organizational meeting
Contributions are being accepted sity along the Charles River In 11:30. County In the past two
during a month-long Gov- Cambridge, Mass. .The site was Last year the Chiers clubparticlpted on his favorite subject.
ernment campaign that began May personally selected by President In the Dollars for became the first Florida
15. In many overseas areas, the Kennedy two months before his Scholars drive for the first time to receive the Patriot
assassination.14j.IZIA and donated over $500, which which bears the likeness
was enough for two scholarships.Mr. late General Douglas Mac-
Coleman, founder of the Mr. P. N. The medal was presented
mmTAKE Dollars for Scholars program Mr. Coleman on April 25th,
here In Jacksonville, later announced Position In Winter Park, Fla. by
that 11 children of either National Society of the Sons
Navy families civilian employees the American Revolution and
:; TAKE OUT ORDERS .DINING ROOM at one of the InstallationsIn presented to Mr. Colemar

% I the area received scholarships Position his part In the Dollars for|
PREMIUM BEER CHOICE CUT STEAKS from the nicians are
program.
ITALIAN.SANDWICHES program.
S SPAGHETTI Students considered for these give some clue citation accompanying the

"PIZZA... special scholarships ere any resident of the "magic said, "Mr. Coleman, .
student of Duval County automatically businessman and
specialty"
our
who Is In the upper half of a a position was selected t tq
FRANK DERICKSONlntfc graduating class of any high- In the the medal because of]
school public, parochial, or responsibilities. Dollars for Scholars progran
.H.off of C. Hills// prlva'e. complaint when a he founded In Florida.ThiJ
Scholarships ere awarded by a been upgraded program Initiated bj
3619 Blanding Blvd.-Ph 7710170I panel of citizens who select stu- of the and largely financed by hin

dents on the basis of need, nizant of the Its early stages already ha
ITJJI E s scholastic achievement, special The sad truth higher educational op
m IEF in I C' WUhS family circumstances, leader- no words which to 65 Florida boy
ship potential, and Initiative. Insure upgrdlng girls."
unless he has

13 Locations To Serve You When my nurse was preparingthe ditional or to work for the riches of
usual forms listing Information Is classifiable grade levels.
6201 ROOSEVELT BLVD. about a new patient she level by best description:
}y 1 Mile N. NAS Gate teria contained position
5444 NORMANDY Across From Atlantic Mills asked him If happened to havean Civil Service simple, clear, concise

2809 MAYPORT RD. H Mile' From NS Gate area code. tion statements of assigne<
( ) "Nod really, he replied. Center"P. Any employee or super
formerly prFifJztCOil Babe had his
BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE "Just a touch of hay fever. but the Civil who Is thoroughly familia
sOn Tire. Boffer// i Shocks Brakes PARMAN a position can write d des

Front.'..End.....>. ....,..'. Engine & Transmission. .---""'..............,.-..->Work'. .....'..'. ......,."". """"(Ret. "'C.P.O.""': "'''')' which will provide suf-
- fiNANCE ANYONE r;:"IH:;:THE U.S.H.'S : Auto i i Ins Information for a fair1

Il--l. F ........... ,':'. ...... .1. .. 1. .. '. .... : .. Liability .u level evaluation If he pre-
** / s DUVAL COUNTY word-
RATES a logical, objective
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Marines Complete M-1 Rifle Quals I


The Marine Aviation Detach- petltive shooter using match con- Jack Russel KM2 was sent wit!
ment completed their first annual ditioned weapons and ammuni- the Marines as the duty Corpsmal
requallfication with the M-l rifle tion. and decided to shoot along wit)
or S recently with two thirds of the SStf Earl Drake of the local them. tjts score of 223 wa,
64 detail firing expert and a new detachment fired a 241 for second enough to qualify him as a Ma'
vir course record set on the 23 year place, however Drake a memberof nine expert rifleman and tomaki
old range. the detachment rifle team was the Marines take notice. nil
Captain Richard E. Halsllp, using a match weapons and am- is only the second time the Corps'
executive officer of Marine Barracks munition. SSgt Roger Laton fired man has fired the M-I rifle re
NAS,Sanford firing for re- 234. Others firing expert from qualification course. He fired it
qualification broke the range record the Marine Aviation Detachmentwere with the Marines last year quay
for non-match shooting witha : Capt. John Howard, SSgt ifying as a sharpshooter.The .
blazing 249. The Captain, B.R. Foster, Sgt C.F. Seller,
a distinguished marksman, SS H.A. Bainbridge, GySgt John Marines are required e
dropped only one point on' the Pollard, Gy Sgt Wesley Ward and qualify each year with the rlf2L
entire course. His number seven Cpl J.R. Ward. and pistolSLACK
shot In the off-hand position brokeout
of the black bulls-eye by halfan
DRY RUN-Memberi of VP-5'i crew 11 conduct a dry.dikh from Inch. During preliminary day
their aircraft during their Operational Readiness Inspection held May 14, he dropped only two
May 29. (Official Navy Photo) points for a 248. There has been ANGUS!
one higher score fired on the
range but it was fired by a com-
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CPO ClubThursday Acey Ducey Club "0" Club Bluejacket's Inn moviesMovies


June 4 will be shown
Thursday
June 4 Thursday, June 4 Thursday, June 4 7 reg-
at
ularly p.m. on
Special Show & Dance Band 8:00-: Monday
Happy Hour Happy Hour 430pm630pm. Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6 p.m. 11:30 p.m. through Saturday; at 2 p.m. and 7

June 5 Dinner 6-9 p.m.Friday p.m. on Saturday; and Sunday, at
Friday, June
Friday, 5 June 5 .. Friday, June 5 the Malnside and NATTU theatersand

Dance to Sam Ross The Redcoats 8:30: p.m.-12:30 Dance Featuring Phil Cay & The at 7 p.m on.y on Sunday at
Happy Hour 3:30 p.m.6 p.m.
a.m. the Hospital Theater. These
Saturday, June 6 Chantels 9:00-1:00: a.m.
Dinner 6-9:30
p.m. times are subject to change.
Saturday, June 6 Bud Clark 8-12a.m. 6
Western Night Saturday, June Thursday, June 4Malnside

Sunday, June 7 Phil Cay and Chantels 830pm. Saturday, June 6 Dance featuring Carl Boyd &The Devil Ship Pirates-
12:30 a.m. Christopher Lee, Andrew Curr
9:00 1:00 a.m.
Kings :
Dance to Charlie Jay Sunday, June 7 Happy Hour 330pm. p.m. Rhythm NATTUThe Cardinal- TornTy-

June 8 Dinner 6-9:30 p.m. Sunday, June 7 ron, John Huston
Monday, .
The Redcoats 8:30: p.m.-11:30 Charlie Jay 8:30p.m.12:3Oa.m. of Terrors-
Dance Featuring Phil Cay & The HospitalComedy
Pizza Night p.m. Sunday, June 7 Chantels 8:00 11:30 p.m. Peter Lori, Vincent Price
."<11 :
Game Night 5:30 p.m.-7:30: p.m. Friday June 5Mainside

Tuesday, June 9 Monday, June 8 Buffet 6-9 p.m. Monday, June 8 Flower Drum Song-
Prime Ribs of Beef, Steamship
Happy Hour
Happy Hour 4:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. round, Seafood Cassorole Dining & Dancing Nancy Kwan, James Shlegeta
NATTUDevil Ship Pirates-
Wednesday, June 10 June 9
Tuesday, Monday, June 8 Tuesday, June 9 Christopher Lee, Andrew Curr

Dance to the Play Boys Game Night 7:30 pm.930 p.m. Hour 5:00 until HospitalThe Cardinal-Tom Ty-
:
Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6 p.m. Happy
June 10 ron, John Huston
Wednesday,
OpenHere's Dinner 6-9 p.m.Tuesday. Wednesday: June 10 Saturday, J une 6

June 9 Game Night 8:00 p.m. Malnside- King of KingsJefferyHunter
Ron Randall
Happy lbur 3:30p.m. 6 p.m.
... zav Foreign Dish Night (Italian) 1N "fH15! COUNTRY l ALL NATTUFlower Drum Song-
Kwan, James
Nancy Sheigeta
6-9 n.m. PERSONS ARE CREATED
Hospital Devil Ship Pirates-
Wednesday, June 10 EQUAL ANDARE1 ?'EETOTRYTO Christopher Lee, AndrewCurr

BECOMEO114 ER"WIGE. June 7
Sunday,
Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6 p.m.
MainsideThe Best Man- Cliff
s Family Night (pool Patio) 6-9
Robertson, Henry Fonda
p.m. / f
NATTUKing of KingsJeffery

Hunter, Ron Randall
The time of day I do not tell
Flower Drum
'\: a Hospital Song-
As some do by the clock, I)
.w.- Nancy Kwan. Jrmes Sheigeta
Or by the distant chiming bell fr \ (
Monday June 8Malnside
jJ ,
Set on some steppled rock. .1/ e> >
:: Seven Days In May -
But the that I V
by progress see
,. Burt Lancaster, Ava Gardner
what I have do- 'l. .
In
to .
NATTU- The Best Man- Cliff
It's either Done o'clock for me \ .. .'" ;,. / Fonda
Robertson, Henry
or only half-past Through. ...-.: / : HospitalKing of Kings- Jeffery I

where we get personal... \ Hunter, Ron Randall i

Tuesday, June 9 j i

PERSONAL LOANSYou alfa romeo Malnslde-'ine Susanne Pleshette Birds- Rod Taylor i


can Borrow money from us for any worthwhile t4 Reduced to N.TTUSeven Days inMay.Burt I
Ava Gardner
Lancaster
purpose. Maybe you need some to go on leave. Perhapsyou ,
need money for a child's school tuition for next 3195 HospitalThe Best Man- Cliff

falL Whatever you need money for, come see us first. Robertson Henry Fonda

Applications for Personal Loans can be picked up at Wednesday June 10
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li0 N. Sort C.r OMn So Much for S. (itti. Edwards, George Hamilton
BANKING HOURS: Mon. thru Thurs. 11:00: A. M. ,
j Five Forward S3::ud Fully S>nl\ro".ztd C,ar Bon N.\TTU- The BirdsRod
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.
t+ Aluminum' tng n Putonj, Gear Box and Axle Hounna!! Susanne Pleshette
ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG, HAS 1.r1 D S; 001 A'j-nru- Brake
Phone Extensions 8272 or 9273 MgeN' Xut'ion-' alia romeo Sole and Serutc HospitalSeven Days In May-
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R ( )-- Despite the recent Ads' should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
rapid growth of credit unions Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive.not later than
a most people still have only Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
vague ideas about what they are. too late for this deadline will be published the
F'l Credit Unions are, in effect, following week unless the publisher is instructed other
the pooled savings of friends,co- wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad
workers or associates these must be received WITH the copy for the ad.
funds are lent to other membersof DO
NOT SEND CASH.
the same group. Credit unions RATE: Minimum charge '((3 lines). . . $1.00
have been formed by many typesof Per additional line ((4 words per line) ., 35,
4 4NEW groups -- in offices, plants< ,
churches, in farm communities. ,
and even in banks. FOR RENT-Unfurn.4418 Wabash Transferring to Sanford? Nice
Ave.located behind Roosevelt 3 BR, 2 Bath. Will sacrifice
The main advantages of joining MalL 2 DR bungalow kitchen equipped good No dn. closing
equity. pyt. no -
_____ credit low unions cost loans are that and they pay com-furnish fenced back yd. clean, no qualifying. 117 Lake Dot

paratively ings. Also high, they dividends are convenient.ons w- 9-8901 modern $70. FL 9-4168 or EV Dr.Williams 771-6877.Sanford, L.F., Fla.Nastri Call Realty Henry

Because are not requiredto
they
OFFICERS OF JOWC-'L' to RI) Mrs. W. J. Zobornioc, Treas.; RENT or LEASEBeautiful
Income tax and have vol-
Mrs. T. E. Curry, Recording Sec.; Mrs. J. T. Kosnik, Is V. Pres; tmteer pay non-paid officers, their 2 1/2D. den,garage, fence.Conv. 3 BEDROOM HOMEClose to
Mrs. J. E. Rylee, Pres; Mrs. J. C. S loo pock, 2nd V. Pres; and operating costs are lower than to NAS & Cecil -$150. June 12. NAS $50. down $50. Month, Call
Mrs. Q. R. Whitmore, Corr. Sec. (NAVY PHOTO) those of other savings institu SP 1-4578. Art Powell USN, Retd. with
tions. Most of their Income can New G.E. FREEZER420 lb.capacity Colmery-Wilkinson Rea It 0 as,
be applied to dividends on savings factory service, terms. 264-6144 or 353-367L

put Into reserves or returned Call Davis 389-367L
.. FURNISHED APARTMENT --
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to borrowers as an interest
rebate. FOR SALE-1956Ply.4-dr.$150. Lake Shore. Small clean, cool,
Civil Employees Phone 771-8020. utility furn. $45. monthly, Pri-

Wage Question BoxQ. About half of the credit unions FOR SALE9x12: Beige Rug. vate Home Private entranceEV
established are chartered under Phone 771-8020. Very Good 9-4275. Conv. to bus and

Who classifies graded positions federal law, and are supervisedby Cond. $20.Herschell. NAS.
for this activity? the Bureau of Federal Credit
38594 & bath. Cedar Hills- Owner transferred.
rms
The Officer of Unions. Credit Unions
A. Commanding are required -
the acitivlty has the authority and j to have some form of bond- Clean, porch, yard, garage,elec. Must Sacrifice $1500 equity.
3 Bedroom
2 Bath -
DenCen
Fk! nr. NAS $65. EV 7-1950. -
the responsibility for the class- ing. tral Heat. Built-in oven Range
ification of graded positions for Good Used Tires-Different sizes Disposal. Excellent Condition.
for this activity. The classification The Credit Union NationalAs-
I $L50 and up. Guaranteed. Call Call Walt Schub 355-5474-James
of graded positions is just sociationCUNA( ) says 95 percent Wilson 389-3672. E. Mead, Inc. Realtor.
. one of the many functions involvedin have blanket bonds to cover assets -

the management of the activity j for embezzlement or loss by Sacrifice, 3 BR, 2 B, 15x24 It*.
by the Commanding Officer with burglary or dis"ppearance. Too, rm. & rug, dn. rm. kit. equipt., Furn. House For RentCedar
the help of his staff and line man credit unions have a good loan- utility, fence, Ig. lot. Central Hills 3 BR, 2 Bath Den, Fenced
agement personnel. In this respect payment record. Their bad loan heat, many extras. Nr. schools, Yard, Built-In K itchen. $125. mo.
the classification of graded loss is only two-tenths of one per- bus, NAS & CeciL Call SP Bring only your linen. Contact:
positions is no different than 'j cent, which is slightly lower than 1-3086 6826 Tom Thumb. Lt. M.T. Hurst, NAS JaxExt. 750
the employment and training of that of banks.Membership. or Home SP 1-6518.

employees, procurement of ma- >.
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accounting for funds, and all other fundamental part of the credit union -

functions Involved In the manage- 1EP6 U way. Members fire urged to
ment of the activity. The Com- ATCIIAIlITY actreti Eileen form the habit of saving each day,
manding Officer uses a qualified O'Neill hat been named by the and to use the cred union to meet
position classification staffto Cirwaleier all their needs for consumer
International; Society of
perform the position classifi- ,' credit.
tu the Most Watchaltle area 4538 5AM JUAMAYf.
cation function just as he uses o1961..
other staff members to perform ,
RIGHT OFlTiROdSEVEW BttfD.
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ClubOn Pensacola Co-Ed Beauty Wins

May 27 the Navy Wives
Club #86 held their second meet- Golden Titl
Miss Anniversary <
Ing for the month with Mrs. Wll-

bert Wagner presiding.The .
highlight of the eveningwas PENSACOLA, FLA., (May 28)A) 19-year-old Pensacola ]un'
the plaque which! Club 86 R v / Y College coed, who was first runner-up to Miss Georgia In the 1 19J
won for the regional scrapbook Miss America Pageant, walked away with the Miss Golden Anniversary
award. This Is the second time title last night in a colorful pageant held at the Naval '
the club has won the award.On Station here.
May 28 the club celebratedIts Dawn Lauree Cashwell, a Augusta, Ga. In 1963, during I
annual birthday,luncheon with slender, brown-eyed brunette her freshman year at theUni-
Mrs. Wilbert Wagner cutting the beauty whose family recently versity of Georgia, she was
cake thus celebrating 17 years. moved to Pensacola from Georgia the featured twirler for that
Mrs. T. J. Bennett, Mrs. Carl 6 won the crown over 15 school's majorette team. She!
Freel and Mrs. Kendall Kerns t other local lovelies in the con- holds numerous titles and a-
for the af- wards for her baton I
were the hostesses test held in conjunction with twirling
fair. the Naval Air Station's 50th performances. Dawn per-
1 Anniversary celebration. formed her twirling act duringthe
An audience estimated at talent portion of lastnight's )
TRiO OF PULCHRITUDE-RAdm D.
saw Rear Admiral pageant.
F. Smith, Jr., Chief of Naval Air 1,000 persons
DR. B.W. ROBERTSOPTOMETRIST D. F. Smith, Jr., Chiefof First runner-up for the coveted -
Basic Training, smiles approving Naval Air Basic Training title was another brown-
I/ at the cloister of beauties that crown the ecstatic winner. eyed brunette, 18-year-old
surrounds him during the Miss Miss Cashwell will representthe Linda Jane Moyer, daughterof
Golden Anniversary Beauty Naval Air Basic Training Commander and Mrs. Eu-
ANNOUNCES
PRACTICE: OF THE OPtOMETRY OPENING OF IN THEROOSEVELT HIS OFFICE FOR THE Pagent held May 27 at MAS' Command during the combined gene Moyer of nearby Ellyson |
Pensacola. RAdm Smith crown- celebrations of the Naval Field. Copping the second
MALL ed Miss Dawn Cashwell (right Air Station and the Fiesta of runner-up slot, was a statuesque -
Five Flags.In blonde with a flair for
center) Miss Golden Anniversary -
addition her fashion designing, 20yearold -
to
newly-
4461 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE 3872345EYE first runner-up LindaMoyer acquired title and her first Gypsy Cox. Misses Cash-
(extreme right! ) and Gypsy Cox runner-up slot in the Miss well and Cox both attended
EXAMINATION GLASSES CONTACT LENSES (lIeftl) second runner-up. (Official! Georgia contest, the Pen- Pensacola Junior College

Navy Photo) sacola lass was this year's during the 1963/64 term.
Miss Golf at the Masters' The MissCongeniallty title
Golf Tournament held at went to affable Trudy Robin-
' son, a Navy Wave attached to
tl the Staff of the Chief of Naval -

SPECIAL SALE Hospital Corp To Air Basic Training. Miss
Robinson brought down the
Celebrate 66thAnniversary house with a non-strip, strip-
BOOK PASSES tease entitled, "Miss Rob
Here inson's Trousseau.
SQ PUTT-PUTT GOLF COURSE With the wide field of entries -
Members of the
Navy's and the overall
..4825 compe-
BLANDING BLVD Hospital Corps, assigned to dutyat
tition
nnaSlS PHONE 771-2803 nearly equal In most categories -
htptat the Naval and their
Hospital, a panel of five judges
10 PASSES $2.50 will celebrate the 66th
lh ,: guest deliberated for an extra 30
h'lt REG. $3.50. SAVE $1.00 anniversary of the Corps on June minutes In declaring,the win-
13 with a formal dinner and ners. The judges consistedof
THIS SALE GOOD 6 AND 7 JUNE, 1964 dance at the Robert Meyer Hotel. representatives of various

"America's Favorite Outdoor Family Sport" The evening will begin with staffs and commands,the Navy
cocktails on the mazzanine at Wives Club and the Officers'
6:30: p.m. followed by a dinnerIn Wives League.
French cuisine style and
highlighted by dancing to the
...-., ... :',,="L.-(...:. ..,. J... ., : ,/ ..1.1".t4'_ 9""' -'' ::: = music of Glen Miller as pre- TkewieI1mtoA1;
sented by Jimmy Geiger and his
i :: r band.Members CkwtVeSEE
GR HD OPERIIG of the Hospital Corps
assigned to the Jacksonville, PAGE 12 ANDYOU'LL
Mayport and Cecil Field area '
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WW$7rWWHITE'S.f'r.'i. .r-: -: e., ::: .. JII't.'-: cordially Invited.

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Hold Summer
; [ Antartica? (Continued from Page( 1)) .. "
mediate Accuracy competitionwas Reading ClassesThe k

"Join the Navy for High Adventure B. C. King of Ft..Stewart. I ,'
1i.. ." How many times did H. A. Boeker of NAS Lake- new Children's Koom of
you hear that phrase before you hurst, N.J., placed .first In the the Naval Air Station Library
joined the Navy? How many times Novice Accuracy: Event while Albert will have Its opening date on I
have you seen It on a recruiting Brethour from Ft. Gordonwas Wed.) June 10 at 2:30 P.M. lona
. poster? awarded a special trophy Nelson, NATTC Librarian will
Well, here's your chance for all for landing the closest to the officiate as Storyteller, and refreshments
the high adventure you can take, six-inch diameter target..one are tobe served.This
5t If you can qualify for the Navy's foot, nine inches. day will also mark the inauguration t
Operation Deepfreeze. For combining the highest total date of the Summer Vacation
Not only adventure awaits you, points In all the events he com- Reading Program for the Navy
. but mystery. The untold stories peted In, ;Leo Kryske of Ft. Ben- libraries on this base. Childrenof
and mysteries of the frozen con- ning was ccclaimed the Over- all ages are invited to join.
T tinent await you when you apply all Champion of the 1964 Meet.
t for duty with the Antarctic Sup- Both days the Meet was ham- After -the child reads one acceptable
port Activities. pered by rain. But, both days book, and reports it to
The best qualified applicantswill the jumpers waited out the over- the Librarian, his name Is Major W. R. Hinson CWO U9.n. Wh..ler
be selected in late 1964 for cast and when blue sky became placed on a roster along with a
1 deployment about September visible, they hurriedly went aloft pin to represent each acceptablebook Nuclear Task Group Joins Sixth FleetThe
1965. Those selected to winter- In high spirits to continue their that is read and reported.
over will remain in Anarctica events. Some jumpers unexpect- After the child has read ten approved world's first all nuclear- frigate USS Bainbridge (DLGN-
I til approximately November 1966. edly made a few shallow water books, he will be eligiblefor powered task group was formed 25)).
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MI* IM Bowling Schedule Ends i



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ry'. : Regular scheduled play in the Intramural Bowling leagues has ended la.
this past week with few
only a scattered make-up games still to
be completed before the season is wrapped up.

First and second places in the Continental American leagues have IN ALL-MARINE BOWLING

,. already 1 League.been decided.Make-up games bar the completion of the National TOURNEY-Aspirants to the AIL

Marine Bowling tournament from
Placing first and second in the
CAPT. H. P. LANHAM' Chief of Staff( to the Commander Naval American League were the Mad the MarineAviation Detachment.

Air Force, U. S. Atlantic Fleet, displays the shirts which were Foxes with a 54-10 record and SPOLQZj Bowling at the Central Lanes as

worn by the bowling team representing the Naval Air Force, the Needlers with a 46-18 record. a team recently were: (IL to RI)

Atlantic Fleet in the Atlantic Fleet Bowling Tournament, last week. The first two places in theCont- SSgt. B. F. McNeil whose 230

The team members are (L.RI) W. F. Cutler from Fleet Air Norfolk mental League were captured by (AFPS Weekly Feature) game was high for a single

W. W. Mapes from Fleet AirArgentia;R. E. Roland from Fleet the and Pizzan's with a 44-20 record 1. In boxing divisions which is 'game,; SSgt Bud Ludwig who posted

Air Jacksonville, R. H. Hoberly from Fleet Air Jacksonville; G. A. cord.NARTUtfl with a 42-22 re- heavier, bantamweight or feather 3172 pins for 18 games; Sgt.

Kleven from Fleet Air Jacksonville and J. E. Surface from Fleet Al Strouphamer of the Eagles weight? Jim Kraus, Capt. Bill Rodenbach

Air Norfolk. The Naval Air Force, Atlantic bowlers placed secondin rolled a high set by tabulating a 2. In tennis, what is the score and SgtMajor John Ware. The

the Atlantic Fleet Tournament. (Navy Photo) 720 count, with a 267 high gameto when either side has won a point scores were sent in to the Marine

help recount (for the high set. after deuce? Headquarters where they will be

Claiborne Sessoms, of VP-5, 3. What sport is sometimes compared with others throughoutthe
OPEN DAILY We Make a called barnyard golf?
was the only new 600 kegler this Corps to determine the win
11:)0 .A.M. TO 10 P.M. Specialty' of week he 4. For what team, in which lea
past as posted a 613. ners. (USMC Photo)
The gue and where did Babe Ruth play
results of last weeks action -
CATFISH his last ma,or league game? Did
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10( SHRIMP he hit a homer? Sports
OYSTERS AMERICAN LEAGUE 5. Who was the only American
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Cursors 3, Falcons 1 Shorts
STEAKS for a complete season?
TAKE.OUT SERVICE Griffins 4, Seabees 0
BANQUET SERVICE Cannon Cockers 3, Marlins 1 Entries (for the Intramural I
BUSINESS MEN'S Needlers 3, Chiefs 1 Answers to Quiz Track meet, to be held Tuesday
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10f 10 Boxers On US Olympic IntramuralGolf



Boxing Team Are Servicemen ActionThe


Seven of the 10 fighters who Robert llnkster action on the NAS
Carmody (flyweight),
Links this week for the Intramural -
earned berths on the United States past CARS
Army, Ft. Campbell, Ky.; Lou In
Olympic( Boxing Team In the Johnson (bantamweight), Air Leagues, shaped up
three-day trials are members of Force, Bolling AFB, Wash.,D.C.; this manner: IN
the Armed Forces. Charles Brown (featherweight), American LeagueHandicap 1
The Army, Air Force and Marine Marine Corps, Camp Pendleton,
Corps each placed two Calif.; Charles Ellis (light Wel- 4.0
A/e Maint 6, VP-16--3
fighters on the team,and the Navy terweight), Army, 8th Inf. Div., Admin 4YP45
"N' 5
has one. Of the 20 finalists( In Europe; Maurice Frllot (welter- Hosp ,
3 1/2
10 weight divisions, 14 were ser- weight), Marine Corps, Camp -- l/2Supply
vicemen. Pendleton, Calif.; James Rosette Scratch CONDITION
The bouts, held on the World's (middleweight), Navy, NAS Ream
VP-16--4, A/e Malnt 2 AT
Fairgrounds were In many cases Fid. Calif., and Harley Cooper
"A" 3- Admin 3
renewals of long-standing Inter- (light heavyweight), Air Force Hosp
service boxing rivalries. Offutt AFB, Neb. VP-45--5 Supply 1 -
Armed Forces fighters who Civilian members of the National League
made the team and who will go team are Ron Harris (light Handicap
Into pre-Olympic training Sept 6 weight), Detroit; Toby Gibson
NARTU 5, FAETU 4Hosp"O"
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Wash., and Buster Mathis(heavy-
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