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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: July 2, 1964
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 22 NO. 1 17 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 2, J JI 1964




Copt Maekroth Assumes Command.. I1 \


The careers of Captain JohnR. 1p11
Mackroth and Captain JamesR.
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Compton crossed again here;]
on Tuesday, June 30, as Capt.
Mackroth assumed command of

the Air Station fromCapt.Compton "Y)
in colorful ceremonies wit- 1 li( ,
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nessed by approximately 1,000 : }

guests and military personnel.The Q
two Captains had previously J
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served together in Korea and ., .,
were classmates at the Naval War 'tvJ '
1L
College.The .
\ 1. formal festivities began _
with the two Captains' arrival at

v'y x 1400, immediately followed by '
: Rear Admiral I Robert Goldth- 1 1'b+f

F Jacksonville.waite, Commander Fleet Air L1VAW. 11

Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, Com Fairax) insp h nor Admiral Goldthwalte I ,guest CAPTAIN J. R. MACKROTH passes through the Sfde. Boys leavingthe

guard during Change of Command ceremonies. b Y speaker for the occasion, recog- Change of Command ceremonies. (Navy Photo by J.C. Davis,
J. C. Davis, JOSN) nized the long and illustrious JOSN)
.' career of Captain Compton,citing
particularly his courageous

action against German sub- .,
marines in World War II and the N
fine job he performed while
serving as Commanding Officerof
NAS Jax.Admiral.
Goldthwaite welcomed F i ia

., Captain Mackroth totheJacksonville -
area, assuring him that he
will receive cooperation from
S'S'x
LL11 thousands of Navy personnel,both
ashore and afloat.
Captain Compton took the ros-
trum following Admiral Goldth- qX Eby
waite to make his final appear-
et ance as Commanding Officer. He
r expressed deep and heartfelt
t
sorrow upon his retirement and

1 I RELIEVE YOU, SIR-Captoin J. R. Mackroth, new CO 'for the Naval conveyed his appreciation to the CAPTAIN J. R. COMPTON salutes the Side Boys 'for the last timeas
Air Station relieves Capt. J. R. Compton of command. ''Navy Photo many people who have given! him he leaves the Change of Command ceremonies, (Navy Photo

by J. C. Davis, JOSN< (Continued on Page 9)) by J. C. Davis, JOSN) _

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6QMMERTIMEZ4:6AcED11MEJ
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By Robert Witt ;

... SUNDAY The Fourth of July, Independence Day, is perhaps the closestwe j
8:00 a. m. Service of Holy come to a national religious holiday. In numerous ways the ,

Communion Founding Fathers of our Nation testified to the religious and rn'oral }
9:30 a. m. Service of Divine convictions that compelled them to lead our country to independence ;'

Worship Calling upon God to witness their actions and proclaiming: to the I
9:30 a. m. SUnday School: forages rights the
world our belief In man's God-given Founding Fathers
3 through 16, Bldg. 722 preached Independence as they would have led a crusade in the Middle
of Divine
11:00 a. m. Service
Ages.
Worship It Is becoming Increasingly vital that Americans be made to reflect -
z 6:30 p. m. Youth Fellowship upon the religious values that gave birth to our Nation and pre.

WEDNESDAY serve our freedoms. It is no accident that the United States enjoysthe
-
Rehearsal
Choir
4:30 p. m. Junior fullest liberties mankind has ever known. The newly emerging

Choir Re- nations of the world all recognize that they must accept certain
7:30 p. In. Senior religious and moral teachings If they are to achieve true rreedom

.... hearsal
12:00 p. m. Holy Communion, for From their people.the beginning of our country, Americans have been a religious -

Also Catholic on all Holy Services Days at St. people. The Frenchman, de Toquevllle, visiting our land

NATTC and shortly after the American Revolution, was most impressed with
Edward's Chapel,
our church attendance and wrote of this to his own people. He con-

Naval Hospital SUNDAY MASS. sidered the religious convictions of Americans as vital to the cause

6:30 a. m. U. S. Naval Hospital of true freedom.
Lastly, It would seem to be evident that whenever we have retreated
St.Edward's .
9:00 a. m. & 11:00 a. m.
from one or more those basic convictions we or some of our
Chapel
MASS fellow Americans have lost some of the freedom of which we are
DAilY
Summer Season Poses 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel rlghful heirs. And whenever one single citizen Is deprived of full
MONDAY & TUESDAY citizenship rights unjustly, each of us loses a little freedom at the

4:15 p. m. King Hall NATTC same time.NESiP.


Special Safety Problems 12:05 p. SATURDAY m.FRIDAY U. S.Naval' Hospital Program AvailableNow


9:00 a. m. St. Edward's Chapel For Active PO's
Duty
Summertime is Safety-Time I CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY

... Does that sound like just another safety slogan? 7:00 p. m. 8:00 p. m. and NESEP Is a college education program for outstanding petty
Well it Is -- but it's one that has a lot to say in just a few short before Masses
officers on active duty. It provides an uninterrupted four-year pro-
words, if you stop to think about It. Catechism Classes:Grade School gram In any of 22 designated colleges and universities leading to a
What of the that the above all
are some reasons summer season, SATURDAY Chem-
degree In the following fields of Engineering: Aeronautical,
the others, should be a special time for safety? Here are just a few, 10:00 a. m. All Saints' Activities ical, Electrical Mechanical, Metallurgical and Physics. In the Science

for openers: building[ 722NURSERY field there Chemistry, Meteorology, Oceanography,
are Physics
DRIVING SAFETY: In the summer, you, like most of the citizenry,
do more driving. You're on your way to the beach, pool or picnic The Naval Air Station Nursery and Mathematics. While In college tive duty In either USN or USNRIn

area. You're heading for home on leave or long holiday week-end. located In Building 560 on Child ,candidates remain on active pay grade E-4 or above on No-

Or you're just out ,for a pleasant drive on a sunny Sunday afternoon.And Street, opens at 8:15 a. m. on duty In rating held and upon vember L Upon acceptance to a

you've got lots of company! The highways are jammed with Sunday morning. Parents attending graduation are commissioned NESEP college applicants need
More drivers and more driving equals more chance for accidentsand Sunday Masses or Protestant Ensign In Regular Navy. NESEP six years' obligated service.
students receive full and allowances -
more need for safety. services may leave young pay Commissioned graduates of the
WATER SAFETY: Swimming and boating are primarily sum- children In the nursery without while attending college, program must serve on active
mer sports and both of them have their own set of safety rules. Ob- charge. but must pay for their subsistence duty a minimum period of nine

serve them and you can have a happy summer; ignore them and you ?\\n -lodg1ng. The Navy pays months for each six months of
might not make It through the summer. their other'college expenses.
education of fouryears'
with a minimum
SAFETY IN THE SUN: The same sun that makes most summer Traffic Applicants are required to bea
recreation so pleasurable can lay YOU low if you get too much of U.S. citizen either male or duty.Applicants.
It. And remember, While you're In the Armed Forces serious sun- female. They must have reached may or may not
be married, but must have a clear
burn requiring medical attention and causing lost work-time can ViolationsThe their 21st but not 25th birth-
record civilian and military, for
1 of selected.
result In disciplinary action. day by July year
Waiver of maximum age may be the two-year period preceedingJuly

following Is a report of granted on basis of 1 year for 1 of the calendar year In

motor vehicle accidents for the each year of fully transferable which application Is made. Ap-

period June 21 through June 27. college credits. plications are accepted between
They must be a high school July 1 ,and August 15 annually.

NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis graduate or complete HS GFD Integration ProgramThe
test with a satisfactory score.A .

desirable high school back- Integration program was
Week June 21 thru June ground consists of four units of designed to obtain Individuals who

27 . . . 9 English, three units of Math, possess marked potential and
Total accidents this year through three units of Physics Chemistry motivation for commission In the

June 27 . . 124 or Biology. The applicant Is required Line Supply Corps and Civil En
tw Number of accidents
r
f throughJune to have a GCT/ARI com-
1963 t' . . .136 bination of 118, and must meet gineer The Corps.
Total Number of Days since physical standards of officer can- eligibility for theprograrrerequires
ci-
last injury In Motor vehicle Ac- didates. Waivers for you to be a U.S.

cident . . . 34 to 20/100 will be considered eyesightup tizen male or female. If male
must be at least 19 years of
... provided vision Is correctable tc ageand under 25 as of July
20/20.
NUMBER OF VIOLATIONSThis 1 of the calendar year in which
They must be serving on ac-
WAS ADVANCEMENTS-The following are Front Row, L to R'' (Continued on Page J1L-)

Claude W. All red. AC1; James A. Heatherington. AMS1; W. J. week . . 53
Speeding . . .
AAoree ADJ 1 and Orville I 9
; L. Moore, ADJ )1. Second Row, I to
Reckless Driving . 2
R Tommy l. Burgard, RM2; Raymond E. Dean, CS2; Clyde M. JAX AIR TtfEWS '
Going through Stop Sign 2
Dukes AME2; George G. Hill, AC2; Richard W. Hood, RM2; Other Violations. . 40
E. Nickles, ATR2; G. L. Martin, SH2; William J. O'Brien, AC2;

Adolphus Sanders Jr., CS2; Charles Schedel, MA2; and RobertM. Twenty-eight drivers appeared The JAX AIR NEWS Is
Hughs, RM2. Third Row, I to RI> Parker J. Bence ATN3; Ken- before the Traffic Hearing Boardat distributed each a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
the Station
at Air
the ; Thursday uS' Naval
neth J. Boone, ATN3; Martin A. Bowie, RM3; Thomas W.' Clarke, meeting held on June 29, Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a
1964. Disposition of the
RMS; Mary T. Ewell, AC3; Daniel F. Gallantin. ADR3; Albert I. the following cases five lost include private NEWS flrm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AI IR
:
Gerardi, ETN3; John H. Gibson, AK3; Gregory 1. Gillette, AC3; driving and must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
parking Box
privileges a- : 2
NAS
Billy L. Grishom MA3; Gordon W. Haman, AMH3; Carroll- W. board tne station for various publication Jacksonville' bv 12:00 noon on Monday before

Hessenauer, EN3; June C. Hulse, ACS; Thomas N. Hunt, AC3; periods; three were assigned to Telephone EV News 9-7711 Items are welcomed from all sources

Clara F. Irby, PH3; and Ronald W. loth, ETN3. Back Row, l to R completean eight-hour course In Advertisements Ext. 8162.

James L. Mahler, ETN3; Lee J. Meslinski, RM3; Gary I. Nosier, remedial driving Instructions; concerning such are solicited by the publisher and queries

ETN3; Charles M. Parker, AMS3; J. B. Rippere, AOF3; William three were given suspended pen- Company, 4724 ClYde should be directed to the Holt Publishing

.--- E. Rocker, AMH3; Joe C. Shourd, RM3; Thomas J. Sloan, ABF3; alltles; two were given warnings; Telephone 35-4040.:' :3JM-G271.Drive. Jacksonville: e, Florida--

Charles, H. Small, RM3; Steven I. Theriot, ABH3; William Wallace, two were dismissed and three

ETN3; James E., Wehrle, ATN3; Ronald F., Welch, RM3; WesleyR. were referred to commanding officers -
for VOL.
'possible 22 NO.
Yates, ADJ3; and Robert I. Sims, ETR3. action. disiplinary 17 JULY 2, 1964

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our specialty k different than one normally sees McCormack,. "Have you ever
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the disaster control program anda an increasing value as time for
Card IsInvaluable NAMTG Training AvailableAt general understanding of sur- the rating exams begin to roll I
vival techniques In the event of round. I

HAS Jax Complex NBC attack. In the coming weeks a series :
((4)). NAMTRADET 3012. ASE, of articles will be published describing \
Your social which offers instruction covering detach- \
security account It is a well known fact throughout Naval Aviation, that thereis Aviation each individual
number card, 000000000ls Support Equipment, offer and 1
what it has to ,
Naval Air NAMTG The sur- ment
a Maintenance Training Group ( ) .
(yellow equipment
not for Identification. It is Intended ) be to 1
of what value it may you.In
prising is that NAS know little about this
thing so many men at JAX Detachments are also locatedat
for social security purposes the meantime, review your
group and consequently make no use whatsoever of NAMTG and NAS Cecil Field, NAS Sanford -
only, showing your indi own capabilities and talk to your I
vidual account number and your the training It has to offer. (shipboard and shore). and at NAS Glynco, Ga. division officer about the training
For Instance, there are some NAMTRADET 1058. SP- As there
name. ((2)) you can see, are a offered by the Naval Air Maintenance
Guard your card, because It 85 different detachments 2E/H aircraft, which provides number of detachments in the Training Group.
Is the key to your social security throughout the Naval Establishment familiarization and maintenance area thn are conveniently located .
protection with Uncle Sam. set up to give technical and courses on the SP-2E/Haircraft, and readily available for use by Always keep in mind that we '

You will need to show it to basic training In many fields. and associated equipment. any activity in the lax military are here for one reason;. to

your employer on your next job Four of these detachments are ((3)). NAMTRADET 3018. NBC complex. Improve your capability as a top-
in Industry or business -- and based at NAS SAX They are: which provides personnel with a. These units not only provide notch maintenance technician, so '
on any future job. You will needit ((1)). NAMTRADET 402L Spar- basic knowledge of nuclear training on specific equipment, that the end result will be two -
when row in, which offers training on biological and chemlcpl warfare but also offer courses of a basic fold--a more efficient Navy anda
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for social security benefits. Guided Missile test equipment, defense and an appreciation of nature whichIncidentally, are of better trained individual.

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CPO Club Bluejacket's Inn Acey ,Ducey o Club Movies -

Thursday, July 2 Movies will be shown
Club
Thursday, July 2 Thursday, July 2 Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. ly at 7 1 p.m. on Monday regular through

Open Ladies Night 9.- 1 a. m. Thursday, July 2 Dinner 6-9 p.m. Steak cookouton Saturday; at 2 p.m and 7 7 p.m.
Pool Patio on Saturday; and Sunday, at the
Friday, July 3 Friday, July 3 Happy Hour 4:30.: 6:30: p.m. Friday, July 3 Malnside and NATTC Theatersand

Mark Castle Dance to Carl Boyd and Rhythm Friday, July 3 at 7 p.m. only on Sunday
Kings 9-1 a.m.Saturday Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. at the Hospital Theater. These
/ The Redcoats 8:30 12:30: a.m. Dinner 6-9:30: p.m. times are. subject to change.
Saturday, July 4 July 4 Charlie Jay 8-12 a.m.
Saturday, July 4 Thursday, July 2
Bud Clark Dance to Phil Cay and Chan- Saturday, July 4
.. tels 9. 1 a.m.Sunday Closed Malnside Bachelor in Para
Happy Hour 3:30: 6 p.m. dise Bob Hope, Lana
Sunday:, July 5 July 5 Sunday, July 5 Turner
Dinner 6-9:30: p.m. NATTC Paris When it Sizzles-
Mach Four Dance to March Wilson and Red- Game Night 5:30 7:30: p.m. Johnny Jelnick 8:30-12:30: : a.m. William Holden, Audrey Hep

Monday, July 6 coats 8:39.11:30 p.m. Country Drifters 8:30-11:30 p.nu Sunday, July 5 burn
Monday, July 6 .Hospital West Side Story -
Pizza Night Monday, July 6
Ribs of
Prime
i 'Co Buffet 6-9 p.m. Natalie Wood, Richard\ Beymer
: 'f n'I 2 pizzas for price of one Happy hour 4:30 6:30: p.m. Beef, Steamship round,Seafood
Casserole, Fried Chicken Friday, July 3
Tuesday, July 7
Tuesday, July 7 Tuesday, July 7
Open Monday, July 6 Malnside Come Blow Your
Happy Hour 5-7 p.m. Open HornFrank Sinatra, Barbara

Wednesday, July 8 Wednesday, July 8 Wednesday, July 8 Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. Rush
Buffet 6-9 p.m. Seafood Plate NATTC- Bachelor in Paradise -
Callicoats Game Night 8 p.m. .. Open Pool Patio Bob Hope, Lana Turner

-- Tuesday, July 7 Hospital Paris When it Sizzles-
William Holden, Audrey Hep-
SEE OUR .$59 PER MONTHBUYS Happy Hour 3:30 p.m. 6 p.m. burn
5YR.
Dish Mexico)
Foreign Night (
LARGESELECTION A 6-9 p.m. Saturday, July 4
!
NEW '64 PLYMOUTHWITH 50,000 MILEWARRANTY Wednesday, July 8 MalnstdeSwinginAlongTom.
THE my Noonan, Peter Marsh!
Happy Hour 3:30: 6 p.m. NATTC Come Blow Your Horn-
-- HOT.NSWBARRACUDA ONLY $50'DOWN ON ALL Dinner Fried Chicken Pool Patio Frank Sinatra, Barbara Rush
6-9 p.m.Model. Hospital Bachelor in Paradise-
(INCLUDES TAX AND TAG) NEW CAR! Bob Hope, Lana Turner

t -'.,. 'BANK RATE FINANCING Planes Sunday, July 5
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Mainside Six Black Horses-
APPROXIMATELY181VJlNO'rESFflOM HAS-SOUTH ON HIWAYI7s To Fly HereThe Audie Murphy, Dan Duryea

NATTC- Swingin Along Tommy .
"Flying Hornets Model Noonn, Peter Marshall
Airplane Club" In cooperationwith Hospital -ComeBlow Your Horn-
'
the D val County Recreation Frank Sinatra, Barbara Rush
Department will sponsor a model
CHRYStEMLYMOUTHvJHC, Airplane meet July 45. Monday, July 6
Malnside Kissin Cousins Elvis .
The meet will take plce at
Presley
the Model Airplane Field on 103rdst.
Black Horses -
NATTC Six
Events will be follows
lHQNSMf as :
/ Audie Murphy, Dan Duryea
Saturday, July 4 Hospital Swingin Along Tom-
4 Rag Race for Junior Novices my Noonan, Peter Marshall
6 P &:<
1012
noon.
MOTQRSCORPOflATION: Rat Race for Juniors 1-3 p.m. Tuesday, July 7
Rat Race for Senior Open 3-5 p.m.
Endurance for Junior Novices Mainside Swinging Maiden -
10 a.m. 5 p.m. Michael Crane, Ann Helm
3 DAY SPECIALS! Unbelievable But True! Sunday, July 5 NATTC Kissin Cousins Elvis -

Baloon Burst for Junior Novices Presley
A-l RECONDITIONED 12 noon until 1 p.m. Hospital Six Black Horses -
Combat for Juniors 1-3 p.m. Audie Murphy, Dan Duryea
Reconditioned by Combat for Senior Open 3.5p.m.
j ILECTROLUX A-l, including a Stunt for Junior, Senior open Wednesday, July 8
12 noon 5 p.m. Malnside Donovans ReefJohn
2.year free i Presentation of Trophies 5 p.m.- Wayne, Lee Marvin
,?. COMPLETE WITH 6 Maiden -
95 Service7ATTACHMENTS p.m. NATTC Swinging
9 FULL Michael Crane, Ann Helm
W CASH guar Trophies will be awarded first Hospital Kissin Cousins Elvis -
NOW ONLY thru third
,.... PRICE antee of $1.00 entitles place. comestnt Registration to one fee PresleyThe

r event and $.25 for each additional bank robber shoved a note
FOR A FREE HOMEDEMONSTRATION event. across to the teller which read:
USNNu "Put the money in a bag,sucker
Additional
Information may be and don't make a move."Thetell
CALL 353-1946 wr obtained from Lakeshore Bicycle er pushed back another note:
._. Shop, phone 388-0512.
They
"Straighten you tie, stupid
; 24 HOUR PHONE SERVICE are taking'.. you. -picture."

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!" .., A.1 Reconditioned Electric' S JL:
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SEWING MACHINE MONDAY thru SATURDAY

with
'Complete Airplane
Luggage Carry ing Case 95 FRI Cas' 8:30: AM.6 P.M.

.2 Air Yr.Cooled Free-Service Motor 15 1 ,tks LOCATED IN THE kOOSEVELTMALLSHOPPINGCENTER

.5 Speed Fast Control ON ROOSEVELT BLVD.

EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY
A-l 1 SEWING MACHINE
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Civilian Vote



/ To Be HeldOn .

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A Wednesday, June 24, 1964, I
civilian employees began nom- Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde

inating representatives to serveon Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
Employees' Councils for Tuesday 'publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
e p clsslfled Civil Service em- too late for this deadline will be published the

s y'c ployees, Civilian Employee Food following week unless the publisher Is Instructed other-

1 .1 a K. Tye. I Services Board, Civilian Em- wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad
ployees Recreation and Welfare must be received WITH the copy for the ad.

i41ILr 1 Association, and the Board of DO NOT SEND CASH.

Trustees for the Employees'- RATE: Minimum charge ((3'lines). . . $1.00
''r'aa tual Death Benefit Society. The Per additional line ((4 words per line) . 35.
I4 nominations will be accepted

through July 8, 1964. Nominating
aa petitions may obtained from election HOUSE FOR RENT Venetia -- GOOD USED TIRES, different

IDO SELECTIONS* latest issue of Navy Times announced the supervisors named In NAS 4345 Timuquana Road, 2-Bdrs., sizes $L50 and up. Guaranteed.Call .

election of two VP-5 chiefs for promotion to Limited Of- Jacksonville Notice 12722 dated Dining Rm. Garage, Hwd Wilson 389-3672.
Duty Floors Kit. equipped,
near
l-R>- Cdr. Jack A. Pate June 24, 1964.The names of nominees -
ficers. ,
Commanding Officer, holds
LTIjg( ) schools NAS 2
shopping or '
58
will be CHRYS. air
published In R&H
an pwr ,
shoulder boards for W. D. Hardy, AECSAC(
) leading chief Bus lines. $100.00 CO 4-9339.
petty IRD
Bulletin which will be appropriately A-L Sac $550 or 58 ,Chev.
officer with 20 of active naval
years service while
Cdr.
Joseph posted on bulletin wagon V-8, $485. Like new Ev83151 -
T. Kosnih, Executive Officer holds D. F. Elliot, AMHCfAC( ) Ensign boards. AU civilian employeesare SINGER AUTOMATIC sewing Must sell one Immed. Both
shoulder board. Elliot has twelve of naval machine does all ZIgZagstitchIng -
years service and recently urged to study this bulletin good cars.
received a letter of commendation from the CO of the since the balloting on election blind hems, button holes,.

squadron for his performance as Career Appraisal CPO. day will result In the designation No attachments needed. Has bal- MUST SELL electric stove,
of representatives to carryon ance $61. or responsible party maple twin beds, dinette set,hide
TASTE TEMPTING the business of the various can assume $8. mo. payments. -a-bed sofa, other articles. Call
BARBEQUE TREATSIN activities throughout the Call 353-1946. Will deliver No 3843267. ,
next
PLEASANT "NEW LOOK" SURROUNDINGSLittle year. obligation. A-l SEWING MACH-
INE EXCHANGE
Any employee who Is on board FURN APT LakeShore-small-.
the station on the date of the all utIL (urn. Conv. .to bus NAS,
election will permitted to vote. 63 CORVAIR SPYDER, 4 speed Store, etc. $45 mo., EV 9-4275.
Pigs Only non-supervisory classified trans., R&H Extra Clean, Good

employees may vote for member- Buy. 2646555. THREE USED REFRIGERATORS -

1LAJ4 Jr., ship of the Employees' Councils. : one'used TV. Exc. shape.
3 BEDROOM HOME Close
Only members of the Employees' to Guaranteed. Terms. Call Davis
NAS $50. down $50. month. Call
Mutual Death Benefit Society 389-367L ,
may Art Powell, USN, Retd. wi hCol-
vote for candidates for the Board
of Trustees thereof. All em mery Wilkinson Realtors. ATLANTIC BCH ,- 174 15th

ployees are eligible to vote for 264-6144 or 3533671.UNFURN St, 3 BR, mod. furn house. A/C.

representatives on the Civilian to July 15. EV 9-4594 or CH 6-
APT. FOR RENT-
Hiclory Employee Food Services Board 2697.
v t Bland ing Blvd. Deluxe apt., 3BR.
and the
Civilian Rec-
ed
smog Employees kit equip; 3 ml NAS, $115 mo.
reation and Welfare Association. FURN APT $45 pL utIL Adults
<",'I'> ". ,, Owner 771-8697. only. 20 mm, NAS. 10 min down-
LOVIACARE t: ..j,' ,<, 'It.. ,, ,, : town Jax. 557'Oak St. Call after
t( ",4" ; > "
JUST NORTH OF NAS MAIN GATE !>i'V" ; : FOR SALE New duplex, brick ; 1800 EV
: \ 8-9888 or key at
6479 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PHONE EV 8.0221 f< veneer, A/C, 3 ml NAS. Owner #6 get
'i'
---- 11 __ J .. 7718697. apt.Would

I SlAt NAaA the three men who wit-

A In SHARE HOME FOR SUMMER. nessed the automobile accidentat
the Intersection of San Juan
GAn JMIDDIES Convenient to NAS. Call EV 7-
3743 after 5 p.m. Location 4535 and Roosevelt, Friday,June 12th
DOVAL MOTORSNEIGHBOR Blount Ave.STEREO please call 384-5505 ((8 4:30)or )
RA 4-5177 after 5:30 p.m.


HOOD FOR SALE Walnut FOR RENT: Unfurn 3 BR, kit

cabinet, contemporary styling, equip, hdwd firs, $80 mo. 4526
r excellent condition. Lt Campbell Blount Ave. EV 7-7388. 2 ml
USED GAR CENTER 3874818. NAS 1 bl shop centr.


4538 SAN JUAN AVE. from ARRIVE the 240 U. S.Midshipmen Naval, "RUN SILENT, RUN DEEP" I

arrived Clark Gable and Burt Lancaster II underseas warfare in lapan's -'
RIGHT OFF ROOSEVELT BLVD. Academy at NAS Jox last
star In "Run Silent, Run Bungo Straits.A submarine
I Thursday. They are now under- Deep", Friday, July 3 at 11:25 commander and his executive officer -
i i t l I [F I II going training at the variousAir
[ p.m. on Television 4 In Jacksonville come to grips In the beat
Stations>> in this area. Four of banle with explosive results.

64 AUSTIN HEALEY SPRITE 61. PONTIAC .. $1995 men from the Jacksonville area The Late Show presents this "Run Silent, Run Deep" Is an8wardwinning

.. . . $1695. Bonneville, 4 dr. hardtop, full were included in the group. suspenseful drama of World War 1958 feature.
.
63 GAlAXIE FASTBACK"52395 power, air cond.
61 FORD SEDAN .. $1295power
2 d r. hardtop, V-8, auto, R&H,
4 dr. auto. Radio and heater
011 aw BIJJ
and mm
steering
63 61 VOlVO. . . $1'95' f lK
CHEVY II WAGON ..$1595
Sinama.maRnn.D8ViSt
CfioseyLightheaded
Rodio and heater 61 VALIANT SUBURBAN..5795 I-kR81: r RUS1I II .

Wagon, Radio and heater
63 CHEVY IMPALA $2095 60 PLYMOUTH . $595
2 dr. hardtop, radio and heater
2 Door, Radio & Heater Hoodlums
63 ENGLISH FORD .. $1295
59 CHEVY WAGON.$1095 ,. t in Hilarious
Cortina
Radio and heater
$
6 cylinder, radio and heater J. COMEDY! cars are insured

62 BUICK SPECIAL ".. .. $1795 57 MERCEDES BENZ $995 with us than with
4 dr .... any other company.iJ' .
auto., radio and heater 4 Door, Radio Heater '

62 FORD GALAXIE...... $1495 56 DODGE WAGON $395 'd' ; .'C f;,{I Find out why now!
ffCHNICOlOR' ,T
2 dr, hardtop, V-8, auto. R&H 55 MERCURY HARDTOP .5495 ..{. I' I't.r"' '.. ,
:;,. '"7t-,' ,- J"" ...", ;tII' 1tr\ E. MARK UTSEY
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'' x, ; 1948 BlondingBlvd'

SPECIAL FINANCEPLANS ti ROBilU 3ND WE 7HOODSFLORIDA >0, 389-0338

FOR r' r
STATE FARM '
SERVICEMENPHONE NvtMl'AutOlllOllIl.II""IIIC'Company: 1--1
starts MOM. Offices WoomiflftM,'Illinoist"

July 2
EV 4-4536 :.4 E FORSYTH EL 6 3-69






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Four VP-18 !'Phantoms'Earn result Aircrewman of long hours designation of hard is work the

and study. Achievement of this
award is a definite honor and

A ircrewm an Wings the bers.goal of all flight crew mem-


John A. Brown AOCA, B. 1.. Byrd AO3 Grady O. McEachln, Brown, is the son of Mr. &
A01, and Charles T. Vines ADR2 were designated as" SP2ij Neptune Mrs. William M. Brown of Pell
Alrcrewman on Thursday, June 19, 1964 In ceremonies conductedat City Alabama. He enlisted in the
Patrol Squadron EIGHTEEN'S hangar 123 at the U.S. Naval Air Navy March 15, 1941 and reported
Station Jacksonville Florida. to VP-18 in January 1963.
Their "Wings of Gold" were Mansfield Commanding Officer Brown is a graduate of AO"B"
pinned on them by CDR S. K. of Patrol Squadron Eighteen.
_.. school, He serves as the Flight
Ordnanceman of Air Combat

NAVY FAMILIESAN Crew Byrd Irteen.is the son of Mrs. Mary

Byrd of Route #6. Laurel Miss-

INVESTMENT YOU ENJOY NOW issippi. He enlisted in the Navy
December 23 1960. reported to
f WHILE BUILDING RETIREMENT SECURIT! VP-18 in March 1961. He servesas VP.5 Promotions-Cdr. Jock A. Pate; Commanding Officer of VP.5

Flight Ordnanceman) of Air presents advancement certificates to 10 airman who were recently -

Combat Crew Twelve. promoted to third class (not in order as shown) A. E. Blake,
McEachin is the of Mrs,
son AX3; L. P. Bouknight, ABH3; S. E. Clay, A03; P. I. Collier, AX3;
Allen Sellers of Hazelhurst,
D. M. Darrow PN3; W. P. Deason, AE3; B. J. Drier, AX3; C. L.
Georgia. He enlisted in the Navy
M July 27, 1955 and reported to Eastham, AX3; J. D. Hefferman, AX3; J. L. Kinnan, ATR3; R.1.

VP-18 in June 1962. He servesas lipsky, AMS3; S. T. Negri, AX3; A. B. Piepper, PT2; R. L. Vess,

Flight Ordnanceman of Air ATR3; C. W. Webster AX3. (Navy Photo)
Combat Crew Ten.


Jra 9-Year-Old Jet

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Bombers Have
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: OWN. 4 RIVERVIEW ESTATE V I York(AFPS) --It was June

: 29, 1955 when the Strategic Air
Command (SAC) took delivery of
: ;
INTHEHEART OF FLORIDA'S FINEST Its first B-52 Stratofortress -

-:: FISHING. AND HUNTING REGION 1 I called Force."the "Long Rifle of the Air


: FOR AS LITTLE AS $1 0 The first by eight-jet SAC was bomber a B-52B accepted -

MO. model, No. 52-8711. Still in reg-
VP-5 AIRCREWMEN Eleven enlisted
flight crew members received
ular service it is now assigned to
YOUR OWN FAMILY certificates of Qualifications authorizing them to wear the Gold the' 22nd Bomb Wing: at ,March
WEEK-END PLACE Wings of combat (not in order as shown) V. D. Kayes, PRC; AFB Calif.

ON THE BANKS OF THE W. R. Wall, ADR1; O. E. Tynes, ADR2; W. T. McKinnon AEC; Today nine years and more

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'olio Insurancelow NAS Civilians Get Job ApplicationsTo Change Of I



Available Higher GS GradesThe Be StoppedThe CommandContinued

( from Page 1))
I ( the period July following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted
During In accordance with the United States Civil Ser- assistance during his tour In
I through 17, 1964, civilian em- OVERHAUL station's Merit Promotion Program: vice Commission announces thatacceptance Jacksonville. The former CO's
enroll as new mem- AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT of will be
may applications
oyees Forest farewell speech warned that tech-
2rs or renew their existing con- welder from Ansley from Painter to Aircraft Painter; Joseph B. Black- suspended until further nctice nological advances will never replace -
Painter
acts for polio Insurance with Painter to Aircraft PalnterEdwln; M.-Chlldree from after the close of business on the individual saying"....
Mutual Life Insur- to Aircraft Painter; John A. Coffrin from Painter to Air-
Pacific craft Painter July 13, 1964 for the positions Taken alone, theories, com-
Richard
; H. Edwards from Painter Aircraft Painter
to -
Company. listed below. Applications received
nee Donald puters, numbers of weapons, or
D.
; Fletcher
I The polio Insurance plan pro- Walter A. from Helper Painter to Aircraft Painter; after that date will not economics do not win In combat -

ides protection In the amountf from Painter Fregin from Painter to Aircraft Painter; John Fuquay be accepted unless they are received The deterrent here,when the
f $10,000 for each subscribernd to Aircraft Painter; Dell P. Hoard from Helper Painter by mail and bear a post chips are down, is the indivi-
to Aircraft
[ Individual covered by the policy Painter Painter; James E. Hoffman from Painter to Aircraft mark on or before the above dual, his mind,heart and soul,and
Rufus
and covers expenses Incur- ; C. Lewis from Painter to Aircraft Painter; Robert date. leadership."

[ed during a period of three F. Mosley from Helper Painter to Aircraft Painter; John O. Ran- Captain, Mackroth expressed
dall from
[ears from the date of diagnois Industrial Engineer, CS-5 to Industrial Engineer, GS-7; POSITION deep sadness as Captain Compton -
[ of polio. Care provided un- William O. Riggins, Jr. from Helper Painter to Aircraft Painter; Electronics Mechanic retired from naval service.
Bernard F, Rock from Painter to Aircraft Painter Burton E. Scott Aircraft Metalsmith
er the policy covers all hosital ; On the other hand,however,Cap-
1 expenses, all medical ex- from Apprentice (Aircraft Metalsmith) to Aircraft Metalsmith; Em- Aircraft Engine Worker tain Mackroth expressed Joy and
mit C. Stewart from Painter to Aircraft Painter; Joe F. Stone Airframes Mechanic
and
nses, nursing care trans- satisfaction at the prospect of
srtatlon. The polio insurance from Painter to Aircraft Painter; Kenneth D. Vincent from Aircraft Airframes Worker .commanding NAS Jax. The new

Ian pays regardless of hospit- Metals Worker to Welder (Aircraft); Ralph H. Wheat from Chemist Clerk Stenographer, GS-3 & CO said that he had long desired

Llization or medical expense (Analytical), GS-7 to Chemist (Analytical), GS-9; Robert W. Willis GS-4 duty In Jacksonville and had been
from Helper Painter to Aircraft Painter.
- tans employees may now' own. Note: Applications will continue unsuccessful until now. He was
PUBLIC
owever, those who have covert WORKS DEPARTMENTHugh to be accepted for Clerk- pleased with the brief Inspection
kge under the Federal Employ- M. Hays from Inspector (Public Works Mechanical Systems) located In of the station, noting particularly -
t to Planner & Estimator Stenographer positions
(Public Works Mechanical Systems); Robert
fees Health Benefit Program will the C. and over- its fine condition and high
0. Johns from Washington D.
subject to the "double cover- Carpenter to Maintenance Scheduler; Ralph N. Wash- "Esprit".
ge" provisions of the plan which ington from Helper (Pipefitter) to Truck Driver; Richard P. Wilkes seas areas only.

. hey selected.The from Inspector (Public Works Electrical Systems) to Planner &
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hich covers employee, spouse
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THE FINISH LINE Jerome Intramural Track

Flowers, VAP-62 third from left,

ttreches to the lead to break the

tape and finih first in the 100 MeetHeld At NAS
yard dash at the N AS Intramural

track meet held, June 24. (Il.RI) '

William Hutchison VP.30, Mike The NAS Intramural (rack meet got underway: Wednesday, June

McCombs,> Hospital, Jerome 24, at the outdoor track here at the air sUJl; n. ,

Flowers, William Thomas, VP-30, The '10 event meet was witnessed by SOT*500 spectators.;'Ueuten--

Ted Turner,Marines,Thomas.Tay.lor ent E, Kryspin presented the trophies at the end of the meet.

Marines, Dan Brennan, Hos The first event was the 100

-... pital. ''Navy Photo .by Ron yd. run. In first place was Jerome 30>, and 4th was Dave Hansen
Gardner PH2)Softball) tf Flowers, VAP-62 with a VP-5.

10.4 time. Following In 2nd place The one mile run was fifth

was Ted Turner of the Marines. with Edward Newson Marines,

Rtsvlts Running 3rd was Dan Brennan in first place with a time of

} Hospital and 4th was William 5.18.8, 2nd, Lyal Herzog, Hospital c

;' of National ,league, Hutchison, VP-30. 3rd was James McClain,
I' VAP-62 and 4th was James
Second was the 200 yard. 1st
A/C Malnt. 9 Marines 7 Clark A/C Maint. c
679th 7 Dispensary 0 was James Foster,Marlneswith In the running high jump, Fred 1
ComFalrJax 11 Fleet Photo 1 a new record of 23.7. 2nd was
Klomann, Hospital, was first witha
NARTU 2 O&R 1 Nat Payton, VAP-62. 3rd was
jump of 5 ft. 5 in. A. M. F
F'A'ETU Dan Brennan and 4th was William -
19 9
Supply Williams, VAP-62 was 2nd. Ho-
VP-30.
Hospital 10 VA-35 2 Thomas, ward Brown VP-30: ) took 3rd e
The third event was the 440.
and Larry DeRussy, VP5, was
In first place was Randy Mus .
.,J TEMPORARY WORK Marines, with a new record of fourth.
Intramural Swim Fred Klomann set a new
54-L 2nd was Terry Harms,
record of 199 3/4 inches in the C
Hospital, 3rd was Wilbur Aarow,
>
running broad jump for 1st place.
WE NEED A/C Maint, and 4th was Low
Meet Held At Abraham. A/C Maint. Dan Brennan, of Hospital took e
I 2nd, Fred Guenst VP-5, 3rd I
'I Stenographers, Legal Stenos, Typists The 880 was fourth with
'L4 \ Transcribers, PBX, Key Punch, Lyal and William Thomas was 4th.
Herzog, Hospital, in first place
I In shot John Foran hit
,
:: > Comptometer Operators. HAS Ill-door PoolThe with a new record of 2.16.3. put
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2nd was Richard Griffin, Hospital ,
place, Henry Livrett, VAP-62 c
: Intramural Swimmingmeet
3rd Howard Brown. VP-
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: 905 American Heritage Life Bldg. June 24 at the Air Stations indoor Marines, was third and A. Kal- 2i

i Jacksonville, Flo. EL 5-1604 pool. At the conclusion of ert Rockhold, Recreation and his Rich, VP-5 was fourth. 4 tc
Campbell. VP-5 seta
the meet trophies were -
presented
.. last place went to Jones. record for first place in the >t
to the winners by Frank Mc- Dr. Jim Borland took first
pole vault event with 10 ft. Sec-
Caffery, NAS Athletic Directorand place in the 3 meter diving
._ POWELL PLYMOUTHIS .. George Mullins, Asst. Ath- with boug Russell fancy, VAP- ond was Howard Brown, VP-30) U
3 and Bruce Mulligan, A/C Maint,
letic Director.The .
LEADING, THE WAY WITH 62, second.Cliff Westerman,VP-
results of the meet are Henry Livrett,VAP-62,and Willie -
5 third and
was LIvrett
Henry ,
Townes Marines, tied for
as follows: VAP-62, was fourth.In .
1 In the 50 meter freestyle,Bar- the 150 meter individual third. ,
Calder VP-30 first witha Hospital was first in the medley ,
ry was medley, Barry Calder took first
relay with VP-5 second;VAP-
time of 28.7. Second was Dave place, Dave Rouse second, Jim .
62 third and the Marines in fourth.
Rouse, NavSecGrp. Third with Rothmeyer third and Robert Pec-
Willis White, O&R, and fourth oraro, VAP-62, fourth. Hospital grabbed the most
points In the meet for first place
was Richard Carroll, A/C First place in the 200 meter
Maint with a total of 36. Marines were
freestyle relay went to the VP5 -
Barry Calder, also was firstin team which consisted of Wal- second with 27,VAP-62 was third
the 50 meter backstroke witha with 19, VP-5 was fourth with
.. ter Caswell, Charles Webster,
.
time of 35.5. Second was Dave Martion McClintock and Mick 13, VP-30 was fifth with 10

Rouse, again, third was Mike Don. Second went to O&R. third and O&R trailed with 5 points.

Martin, VP-5, and fourth was went to NavSecGrp and fourth IM GolfStanding
> Richard Copeland, VAP-62. went to VAP62.VP30 .
Calder placed first again in led the meet with 20
the 50 meter breaststroke witha
is points, NavSecGrp was second
.j time of 36.2. Rouse followed with 19, O&R, third, with 10,
.jJ through in second, Jim Roth- Hospital and VP-5 tied for fourth American
League
meyer Hospital was third and with 9, VAP-62 was fifth with

Ron Jones O&.R. was fourth.In 7, Recreation was sixth with 2 VP-30 "A" 9-1
\ the 100 meter freestyle and A/C Maim was seventh with Hospital "A" 7-3
4 Rouse jumped to the lead witha 1. FICUER didn't gather any VP-16 8-4

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- iido TeamStars Jax Navy Softball Team j jj j



At J1JD Drops 3 Games To A.F.


The Jax Navy Softball team traveled to Patrick Air Force Base
over the weekend and found themselves in trouble. Over a two dy <
Igin A.F.B. period, Jax Navy, dropped three out of four games to the Air Force.

On Friday! June 26, Jax Navy
ltil tt lost to Air Force by a score
of 111 The losing pitcher was
Bobby Wagner, FKEUR. In the oning as lax Navy fell before
|On Saturday, June 27, the Jax Navy Judo team traveled to Hurlrt second game of the day, Jax Air Force by losing two games.
Field, Eglin A.F.B. for an Air Force Invitational tournament. akHarp Navy bounced back with a 10-0 The first game was lost by a
| Contesting In Jax Navy's multi- win in five innings and the win- score of 5-1 in seven innings
rvtce team were Marine GySgt. Florence ofHurIben.Stewart defeated ning pitcher was ,Red Mills, and Don Stewart OAR was the
L. Stewart of Marine Avla- the winner of the 180 to ADMIN. Mills allowed only two losing pitcher. The fourth game
|on Detachment Heavyweight; 200 lb. class before being defeated hits in the ball game and they was close by t score of 7-6,
Balrd, ATI of AO schools in by another D. L. Stewart, came in the fifth inning with one but that was close enough as lax
Fie 180 to 200 lb. class and Air this one from Mobile Ala., Navy fell again. Red Mills was

force A2C Clyde Harp of the YMCA. Stewart, Baird, Kunimoto out.A the losing pitcher.
79th Radar squadron. SeaBee Anyone interested in taking home run was hit by Duel

& I Stanely Kunimoto of NAS Judo Instruction, please con- Chinn, VP-30 and "Moon" Mul- Home: runs were hit by
[pedal Services accompanied them tack GySgt. Stewart at the Judo lin, NATTC, Ron Emeign. Hos- "Tiny" Wageman, NAT"PC, who
as coach. Kunimoto was Club Bldg. '726.MenMon. Softball pital, added to this with triples. hit two, and the pitcher Red
lenlor Judo man at the tournament & Wed. 1830-2030 Saturday was the dry of reck- Mills hit one.
and acted as head referee.In Boys Saturday 1000-1200
tournament play GySgt. Stewart Women-Saturday 12001330This
defeated four opponents in a instruction Is free to all
[ow to take 1st place in the heavyweight military personnel and their de- StandingsAmerican DR. I.W. ROIERTS

division. Baird was defeated pendents. The Judo Club is
In his first match but wentn sponsored by NAS Special Serv- OPTOMETRISTANNOUNCES
to win his next two before ices. League .

ing injured In his 4th match. FICEUR 18-1 THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE FOR THE
While competing for second in VP-30 16-2 PRACTICE OF OPTOMETRY IN THEROOSEVELT
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application Is made. Female applicants -
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L is made. WAGONS
Must have 30 semester hoursat 62 FORD ECONOLINE BUS ... . . '. $1595
l \ an accredited college or University 9 pass., stan. shift, lots of room for the family, one owner.
I -TH:i f fr frrt ; ; or one year college 62 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN..... .- : . .'. $1795
level GED or a high schoolgraduate 4 door, 9
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t. lent plus have a GCT or ARI of
4t .,V V 60 or above. 62 PLYMOUTH FURY 4 DR. WAGON .. . .. $1595
... \ The applicant must be physi- Auto trans., V-8, Power Steering< :.... .', cally qualified to meet officer 60 COMET WAGON.' ....,. / . . .7. $1095
,,' I >, standards and must be E-4 or 4 door, auto/transmission, 6 cylinder, R&H, luggage rack,
--t: above with three year continuous light blue

service In the regular Navy 59 CHEVROLET WAGON ..... . . . $795
Applications are being taken 2 Dr. Stan. Shift 6 cyl. R&H
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>'1 ." ,. AIR CONDITIONED SPECIALS -
\ :I 63 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN ..... . . . $2695
;1 t V>8, power steering, R&H, factory air conditioned Ivory

,. over silver, Three to choose from.
'.I",," 63 CHEVROLET 4 DOOR SEDAN.... . . $2395
t 010s Auto/transmission/ V-8, power steering, and brakes, R&H,
Factory air conditioned, A summer special

AUTO STHISWEEK'SSPECIAL 62 IMPALA SPORT COUPE .... . . . $2095
..... r3 V-8, Auto.trans.,Power Steering and brakes,R&H,Air Cond.62BElAIR4DR.SEDAN. .
... . . . . $1895
Auto. trans., V-8, R&H, Life Blue

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Model$5.95 63 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE ... . . . $2395
Auto. trans., V-8 power steering R&H, Silver Blue with
COMPLET LINE OF AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
INCLUDING FOREIGN MAKES White Top.
WEEKDAYS 7:30 AM 8:30 PM 63 FALCON FUTURA COUPE .... . . . $1695
\ SUNDAY 9:00 AM 5:00 PM Auto trans., 6 cyl. R&H, Solid Red with white side wall tires.

COMPLETE MACHINESHOP SERVICE 62 CHEVY II. .... . . . . . $1395
308.8031 A 387-7031 264.9313 6 2 4.9314 4 dr., standard shift, 6 cyl. R&H, Solid Blue.
I N 6417' ROOSEVELT BLVD WOODY McCULLERS 7OO HIGHWAY 17 62 IMPALA SPORT COUPE ..... . . . $1995
JACKSONVILLE '0. FLA USN. RET. ORANGE PARK. FLA Auto/transmission, V-8, R&H, White side walls, fender skirts

-- Solid blue, Extra, extra clean
PHONE 725-586a
i I 63 IMPALA SPORT COUPE.... . . . $2495
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Auto/transmission, V-8, R&H Beige over Autumn gold
:' Next time, SAVE AHEAD for a SINGERWHITEPFAFFADLERNECCHl 62 SUPER SPORT .... . . . . $2095
\' better vacation. A few extra 4 in the floor, 409 engine, R&H, bucket seats
r.; \ dollars deposited each week in I
your savings account with us ALL OTHER MAKES REPAIRED AND SERVICED
i!:..: will help pay for a nicer vaca OVER 30 YEARS EXPERIENCE ON INDUSTRIAL&HOMEMACHINES CORVAIRS CORVAIRS CORVAIRS

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;::z-a: gram nowl! NEW SEWING MACHINES
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60 THROUGH 63's. TEN 10. TP CHOOSF FROM!

I WESTSIDE "FAMOUS BRANDS"WHOLESALE FROM $895. up.

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2' $ dc ALL TYPES AND MODEL ,STRAIGH1'| &AUTOMATIC ZIGZAGS EVERY MONTH I SPECIAL

COME IN AND REGISTER FREE
SAVE S10000OR MORE
UPTO CEDAR WtMSHOPPINC CENTER PLAN
4328 Blanding Blvd. BLANDING-BLVD, At WILSON

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FLORIDA'S OLDEST DISTRIBUTOR Sat.8:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m.
.. Member F.D.I. PHONE MCDONALD'S725-5868 HARE AVE Sun\ after church till 7 p.m.

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