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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: November 25, 1964
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not toM>e considered an official i I expression of any
military department. The uppearanre of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.(

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THANKS BE TO THEE .

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The year that is drawing toward a close has been filled with blessings of fruitful fields and

healthful skies. To these, bounties, which are so constantly enjoyed that we are prone to forget

the source from which they come, others have been added, of so extraordinary a nature that

they cannot fail to penetrate and soften the heart which is habitually insensible to the ever

watchful providence of Almighty God. .

Needful diversions of wealth and strength from the fields of peaceful industry to the national -

defense have not arrested the plow the shuttle or the ship; the ax has enlarged/ the bordersof

our settlements, and the mines, as well of iron and coal as of precious metals, have yielded,. y

i even more abundantly than heretofore. Population has steadily increased and the country,

rejoicing in the consciousness of augmented strength and vigor, ;is permitted. to expect continu-

ft:once of years with larger increase of freedom. .

No human counsel hath devised, nor hath any mortal hand worked out, these great things. '

Jff) J I They are the gracious gifts of the most high God who, while dealing with us in anger for our sins,

hath nevertheless remembered mercy.It .

has seemed to me fit and proper that they should be solemnly, reverently and gratefully acknowledged 1

as with one heart and one voice by the whole American people. I do, therefore, invite

my fellow citizens in every part of the, United States, and those at sea and those sojourning/ in

foreign lands, to set apart and observe the last Thursday of November as a day of thanksgiving ,_

and praise to our beneficient Father who dwelleth in the heavens.First .

National Thanksgiving Proclamation
Given By Pres. Abraham Lincoln
October 3, 1863 ,



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THANKSGIVING U. S. A. D 1\0.rt e '5 a..r V H e$ Chaplain's MessageBy



_ 4 This country Is unique among nations in setting aside a day each R. W, RadcliffeGod

year to give thanks to our God for all the blessings we, as Individualsand SUNDAY built a continent with glory and filled It with treasures untold -

as a nation, are privileged to possess and enjoy.In He graced It with soft, rolling prairies, and plllored It with
times of peril, these blessings handed down to us from our 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy mountains. He adorned it with deep shadowed forests
forefathers take on a new meaning,become even more dear and worthyof Communion thundering of the
of Divine and filled them with song. Myriads, people came, bravest of
sacrifice. 9:30 a.m. Service the races, bearing the glow of adventure and the glory of hope in
What are these blessings for which we give our thanks, yet are Worship their souls. Out of them was fashioned a nation. It Is called America.
taken for granted: Freedom of worship; freedom of speech; free- 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for
memorable in 1623, the Pilgrims met together for feast
On a day
dom to choose our own government, freedom of thought, freedomof ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722
God for having led them to this land of abundant
and grateful to
travel, freedom of the press, freedom to live our own lives. 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine prayer
There are no concrete and barbed wire fences, bristling with guns, Worship harvests and limitless future.
be reminded of the Pilgrims and to
sincerely
We need to story
dividing our country, or separating us from our neighbors to the north 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship
and partake In the tradition estab-
and south. We have no secret police of people's army. We have no WEDNESDAY commemorate Thanksgiving Day
in the midst of our freedoms, oblivious to the
lished, lest we languish
dictator. And yet, less than one hundred miles off our shores, sucha
state exists, a state where freedoms do not prevail, and where a 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal need for those priceless human characteristics which not only created
out American spirit, but which also can retain it.
dictator, with life and death powers over these people who are our I
This day should be a meaningful occasion for pausing to count the
friends, now threatens our liberty.As 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal -
that have come to us as Americans.On .
we pause to give thanks to our God for our many blessings, blessings
liberties, and freedoms, let us remember well, that God helps those 12:00: p.m. Holy Communion, this day with pride and humble gratitude for the persistenceand
who help themselves. As it Is Communism's avowed goal to snuff Also on all Holy Days courage and strength that our people have shown, we can offer

out the torches of freedom, right, and liberty, let us have the courageto Catholic Services at St. Ed- prayers of thanks for the constant plenty of our harvests; for the

proclaim our goal, to keep these remaining lights burning bright, ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval consistently busy activity of our industries, and for the magnificent
and to do everything in our power to relight the flame of liberty in Hospital strides forward in all walks of life, culture, medicine and technology.Yet .
those dark corners of the world where it has been snuffed out. more Important, our prayers of gratitude can be for that basic,
SUNDAY MASS underlying spirit which is America. For America is a thing not of

6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital the earth, but of the heart. It is a way of thinking a way of believingand

Editorial 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.Edward's a way of acting. It is not bounded by oceans, rivers, or degreesof

Chapel latitude and longitude, but by principles, ideas and attitudes more

Messages of Past Tell precious than life Itself, America, if we are honest and not merely
DAILY MASS sentimental, is nothing less than a "sweet land of liberty." It erectsno

11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel barrier to one's rightful freedom. It offers a stairway of opportunfty

open from the first step to the top. It is a society where aristocracy
Thanksgiving
HeritageIn MONDAY &TUESDAY is and must be based not on birth, but on worth; not on who one is

4:15 p.m. King HallNATTC but what one is.
Early November 1963, Thanksgiving Day was officially proclaimedby We can thank God that America has remained true to the Idealsof
a man who did not live to offer hb thanks on that traditional dayof FRIDAY her founders resisting forces of medieval despotism, allowingno

expression. 12:05 p.m. U.S. NavalHospltal group of politicians to Isolate America, and maintaining sympathy
The late President John Fitzgerald Kennedy, in his proclamation, for the oppressed thereby helping to alleviate the sufferings and
reached back into the wisdom of Presidents George Washington and SATURDAY sorrows of the world.

Abraham Lincoln to Inspire national observance of the holiday 9:00a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONS.SATURDAY We, like others before us, should grasp the opportunity to main-
.," "And so too, in the midst of America's tragic civil war, President tain that spirit which built our nation.
Lincoln proclaimed the last Thursday of November 1863 as a day to We need:
renew our gratitude for America's fruitful fields, for our national
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before Faith In God, who sustains us.
strength and vigor and for all our singular deliverances and blessings," Masses Faith In ourselves, and in our work.

the late President said. Catechism Classes:GradeSchoolSATURDAY Faith In our shipmates and fellowmen, their courage and their
President Kennedy, In his last Thanksgiving Day message, noted

that "we are a nation of nearly 200 million souls enjoying the honesty.Faith in Freedom and in its strength.

fruits of an ever-Increasing agriculture and Industry and achieving 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities When we have done our share to live by the American spirit,

standards of living unknown in previous history. building 722Traffic then; and only then, can we add meaning to our prayers of thanksgiving -
we our thanks," President Kennedy continued, "for
"Todax give and be
secure In the knowledge that our children will be free
the Ideals of honor and faith we Inherit from our forefathers for Violations and our country safe.
the decency of purpose, steadfastness of resolve and strength of will,
for the courage and humility which they possessed and which we seek Number of AccidentsThis
every day to emulate." Week November 15 through President Johnson'sThanksgiving sense of tragic loss."

Six days before President Kennedy and his family would have joined November 21 . . 5 President Johnson noted, "We
their nation in Thanksgiving for those ideals, he was struck down Total Accidents this year through Message resolve, in the words of Abra-

by an assassin's bullet. His family, the nation and the world mournedon November 21. . 216 Praises Armed Forces ham Lincoln 'that these honored
that last Thursday in November 1963, but they still gave thanks. Number of Accidents through November dead shall not have died in vain,'
They thanks while sorrowing with President Kennedy'swords 1963 . 248 Washington AFPS
gave ( ) -- In thisyear's and vow that their loss will spurus
- echoing In their minds and hearts: "As we express our Total number of days since last Thanksgiving
Day proclamation ever onward until man's great
gratitude, we must never forget that the highest,appreciation Is not Injury In vehicle accident 7 President Johnson pays dream of universal peace is

to utter words but to live by them." (AFPS) Number of Violations tribute to the armed forces and realized."

points out the the foundation for In conclusion the Presidentasks
This Week a ,
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. peaceful world Is still to be built all to give thanks to God
Speeding . 9 and that armed
JTAX: AIR 1VEWS I, Reckless Driving . 1 in parts of the world.strife still exists for His graciousness and His to
generosity to us, and "to pray
Going through Stop Sign 2 "We
are saddened that gallant Him that the forces of evil, vio
I Other Violations . 40 men of our armed
services have lence, indifference, Intoleranceand
drivers
Thirty appeared before fallen in the eternal
the Traffic quest for inhumanity may soon vanish
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper meeting held Hearing on November Board at the peace with freedom, dignity and from the face of the earth and
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, 23. justice for all," the President that understanding -
peace, reason,
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Disposition of the cases Includethe said. "We share with their and reign
private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX AIR. following: seven lost driving bereaved families and friends a goodwill the may world."
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information( Office, and parking privileges aboard the supreme throughout

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before station for various periods;seven
publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-- were assigned to complete a six
Telephone EV.9-7711. Ext. 8"162. dour course in remedial drivingat
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries Jacksonville Police Academy;
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing ten were given suspended penal-

Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida- ties; seven were given warnings;
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. two were ; three were
fined; and seen were referredto
VOL. 22 NO. 39 NOVEMBER 25, 1964 commanding officers for pos-

sible disciplinary action.
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1950-54 Korean war. 4 Sil-
J t Navy Chaplains Corps To ver Stars, 5. Legion of Merit,
Ufyaukagtumn a 44 Bronze Stars, 2 Air Medals
65 Letters of Commendation 15

pit iI Celebrate 189th BirthdayNavy Purple 1964 Hearts.In keeping with over

+ r rc four thousand chaplains who have

Chaplains of the Jacksonville area will celebrate] the '189th helped make history In the Chap-
Anniversary of the Navy Chaplain Corps on 29 November. Dr. Robert lain Corps, 930 presently on active
s t ay,'y'M111 Spiro, President of Jacksonville University, will be the guest speak-< duty carry on In the tradi-
ef at the celebration which will be held at the Officers Club, Naval tions established; Identified with
those who go down to the sea
Air Station, Jacksonville.
't Thirty active duty chaplains, 1863 Chaplains given relative In ships; serving God and Coun-

\ ,f J' together with their Commanding rank. Civil War. try't.,t. -
Officers and wives from the var- 1870 Navy Hymn Introduced.
COCKTAIL COCKTAIL SAUCE ious commands at Naval Air 1917 Chaplain John D.
CRISP SALTINES Station Jacksonville, Cecil Frazier appointed first chief ROAST TOM TURKEY ROAST BEEF AU JUS Field, and the Mayport area, Chaplains.
NATURAL BEEF GRAVY W/MUSHROOMS have been Invited to attend.In .
his ''to the 1945 2787 Chaplains on duty.
SNOWFLAKE POTATOES HOT CORNBREAD DRESSING comments Corps,
BUTTERED GARDEN PEAS CHILLED CRANBERRY SLICES the Chief of Chaplains, Rear
Admiral J. Floyd Drelth, CHC,
ASSORTED SALAD BAR WITH CHOICE OF DRESSINGSHOT
USN said, "The 190th year of
PARKER HOUSE ROLLS our service, which begins on
BUTTER PATTIES 29 November 1964 finds Navy
PUMPKIN PIE W/DESSERT TOPPING ASSORTED CANDY chaplains ministering over the
ASSORTED NUTS VANILLA ICE CREAM SUNDAES seven seas, at the remote Antarctic -

SWEET PICKLES BUTTERSCOTCH SAUCE outposts' at Vietnam, with
ASSORTED OLIVES CHOCOLATE SAUCE naval aviation in Navy hospitals,
FRESH FRUIT TRAY and, indeed, wherever Navy men
CHILLED FRESH MILK HOT COFFEE CHOCOLATE MILK and Marines need''' us. This demanding
ministry--- challengesus All officersand
to place creativity above
convention, consecration before
comfort. It Invites us to com-
NAS Sets Rules For radeship with clergymen and lay- who .
men of other faiths in relation- men
ships of mutual respect and
Holiday Leave PeriodThe thanks be to God, of warm and
enduring friendships. Above all,
it offers us wonderful people to need

holidays are closing in. If you are planning to go home for serve---the officers and men money
Christmas or New Years now Is the time to start planning that of the United States Navy and
]leave. United States Marine Corps."

All Heads of Departments shall make sure that not more than 50% This anniversary commemorates -
of their military personnel are granted ]leave during each of the leave the 189th year since Article report
periods.Advance. 2 of the Navy Regulations made
]leave may be granted provisions for $diving i services, ..
this such aboard ships of the Thirteen & ffl V '
during period, provided BILLET' PROOF,,, t .
United Colonies. The Article
,
advance ]leave is not In excess of to
earned ]leave, plus 30 days advance written on 28 November 1775,
leave, or does not exceed the reads "The commanders of the .
ships of the Thirteen United
amount that may be acquired priorto
release from the naval service. Colonies, are to take care that
There will be two ]leave periods a divine services be performedtwice
during the holidays. The first a day on board, and a ., M
\ sermon preached Sundays,unless -
period will start at 6 A.M. Thurs-
day, 17 Dec., and expire 6 P.M. } bad weather or other extraordinary "-
Dec. 29.The t accidents prevent.
second ]leave period will Some of the highlights of the

commence at 6 A.M. Dec. 30 and Chaplain Corps history are as That's not an order, just good advice. At C.I.T. we're
follows
expire at 6 P.M. Jan. 1L It Is rl1 :
experts at dealing with special .
encouraged that the use of i your money problems.Need
commercial carriers are used for 1770 John Paul Jones writesto a loan to pay bills? To travel? Money to meet

long distances.All obtain chaplains for RANGER personal problems or emergencies? You can find a C.I.T.
AND BON HOMME RICHARD.
personnel who wish to take ; office just about anywhere you happen to be. We've got
1807 Chaplain Robe rt Thompson -
of the reduced
advantage furlough over 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to coast. For your
fares oncommericalcarriers corresponds with Secretaryof
to be traveling in uniform and have the Navy urging establishmentof convenience, you may apply by mail or by phone.But .
]leave papers in their possession.All a Naval Academy. we'd rather see you in person. We make more friends

leave requests should be 1838 General Order permits that way.
turned into the Military Personnel wearing of naval officers uni-
Office for the 1st period not later I 4Y CHACLIE...ARE VOUeuee form by chaplains.
than Dec 10, and for the 2nd periodnot A SIT-IN'S THE LOANS TO $3000
later than Dec. 17. ANSWER ? / ,.,
All personnel departing on]leave v_ N CASH YOU GET

will be paid on regular pay days. T4Ttr Monthly 38 30 24
Those persons desiring to have Payments mos mos. mos.
their checks mailed to them should
fill out a special request and In Space Available Policy $50 $1549.56 $1322.36 $10S3.54

addition provide their division 70 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96
officer with a self-addressed Tightened by MATSScott 100 2644.71 2167.09
envelope for mailing the -- -
stamped
AFB, III. (AFPS-Thp Mil 120 I 2600.50
check. Division officers will itary Air Transport Service (MATS) r+ Credit"Ide' ICCIIIInl, aid health insurance available on III lOins II low group rates
collect the checks on regular pay-
has initiated a new policy whereinany
days and mail them on that dateto space available traveler, who refuses -
the personnel who have requested to accept accomodations offered UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANYIII
them and who have pro- at the time they become available -
vided envelopes. will have exhausted his travel I' 3312 BEACH BLVD.JACKSONVILLE .
privileges under the authority which .
has been issued to cover the travel 7, FLA. : t
A joint Army-Navy-Air Force : r
message released by MATS states, PHONE: 3981581I
"It has come to our attention that ""
J some space available passengers, Including -
Park
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student dependents and dependent Orange
emergency leave travelersare
IS tnntM& /
declining airlift on certain U&0H
MATS scheduled flights based on
personal desire to take advantage of RACES'KlftTW-JDN: I IIS
subsequent commercial jet airlift.



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Design of JFK Grave \&&tam Radio



At Arlington Approved !Stations Ok'

AI NAS
approved for the
been
AFPS) Plans have National
Washington (
the grave of tOO late President John F. Kennedy at Arlington The news Is out about Installa

Cemetery models, I, photographs, 23 tion and operation of amateur
2
An exhibit of the designs comprising at the radio stations aboard the Jack-
now on display
drawings and examples of the lettering are sonville Naval Air Station.

National Gallery of Art. Construction of the grave will Capt. J. R. Mackroth, CO NAS
The eternal flame lighted by begin In the fall of 1965 and will states that the Department of the,

Mrs. Kennedy, Nov.25,1963,will take about one year to complete. Navy supports and encourages
remain the central symbolic feature amateur radio activities and
of the design and will be at avoids any action which would

the head of the grave. tend to jeopardize the Independent
Backdrop for the flame Is a and the
1 x, r N1v status prerogative of the
long low wall with the seal of r amateur radio operator.Authorization .
the President of the United States for Installationand

KENNEDY GRAVE DESIGN-Architect John Carl Warnrtkr (left) cut into its surface. operation of amateur radio
RobertS.
points out feature of the model layout for the President John F. Secretary of Defense equipment within the jurisdictionof
McNamara said during unveiling -
Kennedy Grate to Mrt. Sargent< Shriver, litter of Mr. Kennedy anil ceremonies of the design NAS Jax will be granted by
Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara. The model of the latePreiident' the Commanding Officer but will
that the total cost for the grave
.National Galleryof be subject to regulations and
fravetite memorial it now on display at / would be around $2 million. restrictions -
of the Federal Com
Art in Wathington. The site of the grave and the J
munications Commission,
Navy
to It will blend
walkways leading
Regulations, OPNAV Instructionsand
with the contours of the hillside
regulations of this command.
and the national military ce-
ATTENTIONall Approaches tothegraveare The Commanding Officer may
metery. revoke permission or otherwise
designed to accomodate as
limit operations of an amateur
Navy Personnel marr/ as 50,000 visitors a day.
radio station which causes Inter
John C. Warnecke architectfor
ference with the operation NAS
the project, worked withMrs.
Kennedy and other members of or for non-compliance with

the Kennedy family on the grave regulations governing amateur
H design. PiiX radio operations within the con
fines of NAS Jax.

i Eligible personnel InterestedIn
applying for permissions to
cl@O) U operate an amateur radio station -

mobile or fixed,should con
,7Q..0 A tact the NAS Communications
cEIHChevrolet Officer for details.

Approval for fixed stations will

be given by the Public Works
Officer. Motor vehicles equipped
with amateur radio will not be
permitted aboard the station until

approved by the Commanding
CHEVROLET in Jacksonville Officer.
A two-week grace period will
DOWNTOWN- be granted In which to securea

924 LAURA ST. permit. Mobile stations must
at ORANGE be registered with the CommunicationS -

"\. Officer.
Tt NAS Jacksonville provides
I facilities and equipment for
operation of an amateur radio
Join America's most popular club station. Membership Is limitedto

military personnel,dependentsand
Travel home on furloughthe civilian personnel employedat

'a NAS Jax. A licensed operator
quick, low-cost way. I will be In charge whenever the
amateur station Is In operation.

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I RICHMOND $16.15

WASHINGTON 19.03 1-4602
SP
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PHILADELPHIA ZLZt

NEW YORK 24.43 Its the smart. to
way prepay holiday expenses.All .
PITTSBURGH 2i53 you do h open a Christmas Club account
BOSTON 30.15 FRENCH'SRADIO
CHICAGO 27.10ST. for an amount you can most easily afford.

LOUIS 22.40 Then you save that amount each week TV

MIAMI 9.18 and, when the club pays off next November, SALES & StWlCf
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I Fares to other cities on request you receive your Christmas Club check.Be SERVINGENTIRE

sure to join. .you'll be glad you did. -


For information and reservations contact: BANKING HOURS: SOUTHWESTJAX
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I ..C. Miller.CPA Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00: PM

Atlantic Coast Lint Railroad| Friday l : 9:30: AM tit 4:30: PM SALES & SERVICE ONo

j .. t. 500 Water St. ATLANfiC ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., HAS TELEVISION

= ',Fla. COAST( 1 LINERAILROAD E Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273 RADIO HI.FI
3-1244 o AUTOMOBILE RADIO
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Interesting Facts HiLight est Pilots



The Story Of ThanksgivingThree Visit WithSkyVarriors OfFfVIflA



hundred and forty-three years ago, people of the Plymouth
colony and a group of Indians of the Wampanoag tribe together thankedthe
from EdwardsAir
Two test pilots
.162LThe Lord for his blessings and celebrated by feasting- In that autumnot Force Base,California,were '

visitors at VAP-62 October 30.
colonists went Into the Abraham Lincoln in 1862 and Lt. Albert Best, a former VAP-62
forests and shot a number of THE COMKETETE VARIETY WORE
1863
recommended
specific day pilot, renewed old acquaintanceas
turkeys and took them back to
of thanks
for victories.An
.
well as a grand tour of squadron -
the settlement to be cooked for
anecdote of Thanksgiving space and aircraft for
dinner a dinner to commemorate -
a 'day of thanksgiving' for Day years ago was that clergymen Captain C. C. Fullerton, USAF.

bounteous harvests reaped In the use to preach political ser- Captain Fullerton was given a Li-
New World. mons on this day. Some politi- local flight and check out In the

cal sermons ran as long as two RA-3B "Skywarrior" by LCdr
This was the first -
Thanksgiving hours. Preachers were left delivering Bill Wigton. The Air Force 4 Rolls FOIL .
Day In America, proclaimed
their sermons to empty Captain was amazed by the capabilities -
under orders Issued from Gov- .
6 Rolls PAPER
pews as the congregation dis- and performance of the
enor William Bradford of the ;.r
persed when they became hun- aircraft
.
colony.It
for the traditional Thanks-
Is reported that the practiceof gry
giving Day 'turkey dinner'.
Air Medal
setting apart a day of thanks- Who campaigned for estab-
giving did not originate In New
lishment of a national day of
England with the Presented
Pilgrims,
thanksgiving In America? It Is YULETIDE
though. It is suggested that one reported that Mrs. Sarah Hale R

of the first days of giving thanks an editor of a ladies magazinein To BrennanTwo GIFT p

was the Hebrew Feast of the Boston, began to the p'g
urge
Tabernacles when man first began weeks ago the Jax Air
observance of a uniform day for
News ran a picture of the C-130 WRAPS
to understand their depen- expressing thanks for blessingsof (
dence on a higher power. the "Hercules" setting a new recordIn ;:
year.
The ancient Egyptians annually She wrote editorial after editorial i- Aviation history as the heavi-
offered thanks for est and largest aircraft ever to
grain
.
crops In support of the plan.
that would them take--off and land on a Navy
carry through She sent letters to of
the lean months and the ancient governors attack carrier. The task of accomplishing -
all states and to President Lin-
S)47 l
Greeks are reported to have cel- coln and finally succeeded In this feat was givento .
ebrated thankfulness for their In the Naval Air Training Cen-
persuading many governors
ter at Patuxent River,
crops, and if states were at war, establishing the last Thursday In Maryland I
I I and one of the men from VR-1
they called a truce for that per- November as Thanksgiving Day.
to volunteer for this job was
iod.For than 200 Why is 'turkey and pumpkinpie' recently awarded the coveted The warmth of paper
more years, the
traditionally on menu
Air Medal at ceremonies aboard and the "
prints sparkleof
England held national Thanks- for Thanksgiving Day? Perhapsthe
giving Day out of gratitude for custom originated from the this station. glittering foil i I are __
Edward F.Brennan Jr., ADJ 1,
the failure of blow
a plot to Pilgrims in the autumn of 162LIt combined in this giant

up the King and House of Lordson is also said that religious now attached to VP-16, was pre- size 1 ID-roll box. :.:. : ;.
Nov. 5, 1605. services were held in observanceof sented the award for his accomplishment 1E; .tJ: jtf

The day of giving thanks in a fruitful and after the on November 12,
year
by Cdr. R.T. Lemon of the VP16"Eagles"
fluctuated
America has
some- sermon families gathered around
what since the Pilgrims first the table in which the principaldish .
6 SPOOL PACKAGES
The test obtained enough data
the
celebrated in
162L During
was roast turkey.
from the series of
Revolutionary war, a day of nat- Men have thanked their gods and landings twentyonetakeoffs to deter- CURLING RIB10N

ional thanksgiving was annually for all these gifts since the beginning -
mine the feasibility of takingthe
recommended by Congress but of man. And It Is still
C-130 aboard a carrier.
after the war there was no nat- done today on the last Thursday tT 67C

ional call for celebration until In November In present-day

Washington ordered a day of America. I
IRE' se/wtc1mnit1 Jumbo spools; 525 feet to
giving thanks for the adoptionof :

the Constitution in 1789. box! 3/16-inch width in red,
D. 1p
James Madison set a day asideto green or gold colors. A real
celebrate in 1815 and
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FAETU who were advanced in rate. (L-R) Vincent Albrect, TD3 SCALEMODEL

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; Navy WivesThe Inn
1t"\ VAP-62 Bluejackets FRA 126

;, 1
members of Navy Wives
Club Jax #86 met last Wednes- Thursday, November 26 ProvidesBenefits
\ day evening at their clubhouse AdvancementsThirtyfive
8:30-
The Chantels
&
A'Y Phil Cay
a
aboard the Naval Air Station. .
,rtI
.. Mrs. Wilbert Wagner presided sailors of VAP-62 11:30 P.M.
and the following ladies were were advanced as a result of the Friday, November 27
I initiated as members of the taken In
r wide examinations
Navy Western Swing Music 9-1 A.M. Membership to the Fleet
organization: Mrs. Billy Reed
August.
Mrs. Jack Langford and Mrs. Sewing on their first "Crows"were Saturday, November 28 Reserve benefits Association and provides j
David Maywhort. P, V. Eternal, AQB3; S, F. many justifies it's
: Chantels 9-1
The existence. Active
Phil & duty, fleet
Cay reserve -
e After voting on changes con- Bordach, PH3; T. P. Bracken
cerning the Navy Wives Club Defalce ADJ3WR. A.M. and retired personnel of :
AQB3; A. H. ; '
Nursery, the Navy Wives proceeded Dillon, PH3JA.Dlugos; ADJ3; Sunday, November 29 the Navy and Marine Corps have
to the Social part of their N. L. Dumas, ABE3; D C. Dur- reaped the following benefits: Increased "'
I ,,, meeting; each member brought a nin, ADJ3; R. L. Goddard,AQB3; March Wilson 8:30-11:30: P.M. pay as based on the cost
a. d' "white elephant1 article gift J. R. Gonzales, PR3; J. T. Her- Monday, November 30 of living index; mobile homes
ky4 wrapped, and these were given get, AG3; M. A. Hooker, AME3; travel allowance; relocation
out as prizes for the games C. E. Hughes, AK3; D. A. Job- Pizza 2 for 1 Night allowance; dependents travel

played. The proceeds of the kar, AE3; C. R. Maurer. AE3; Tuesday, December 1 allowance; commuted rations, 'j
games were used to buy birth- J. E. Owen, ADJ3; P. T. Robin- and many others. Continue these
day gifts for our Foster child in son, ADJ3; D. G. Russell PH3; Happy Hour 5-7 P.M. benefits and others to come, by
Greece. Refreshments were becoming a member I
E. F.SaddlerPH3; P. B. Tarr December 2
served by Mrs. James Whitley, AMH3; K. L. Thompson, PH3; Wednesday, The long arm of the Member.
,, Mrs. Charles Yeager and Mrs. J. L. Trader, ATN3; E. Tull- Game Night P.M. ship Committee, Branch 126,will
t ,J:{; ,; J t Wm. Wilcox.On mann, DK3; C. V. Veres, AMS3; reach out each month to about
':JL, I Saturday evening, a cocktail S. N. Woolever, YN3. 100 retired Navy and Marine
RADIANT REDIIKAD Holly dinner-dance was held at the Those advanced to second class Club Corps personnel who are not
ebb for members, their husbands Acey Ducey members of the FRA. This arm,
,",oJ'. Ann-Margrrt model a ttolm were: D. T. Adams, AE2; R. J.
and guests. Eckstrom, ADJ2 R. J. Floyd, better known as The Branch News
;
suit he wears in her latest film
.L __ November 26 Letter, is our invitation to join.
AQB2; G. E. Hopko, YN2; R. J. Thursday

Muschamp, AQB2;S. T.Norman, Happy Hour 4:30:30 P.M. Qualification for membershipto
; i BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND AQB2; T B. Nordberg, AQB2; the FRA are: Career men
yr;; iV THE BEACHES T A. Ruel, AQB2; J.L.Roberts, Friday, November 27 with four years active enlisted

PH2. Mark Castle 8:30-12:30: P.M. service, Navy or Marine, Active
Among the elite to put on the retired officers
duty or ; pro-
,, mom' "Hat" was W. L. Julian, AQCA.He Saturday, November 28 moted from the enlisted ranks.

:I is married to the former Sadie Hawkins Day Dance with Interested personnel are invited -
\ Patricia Majors of Pensacola. The Redcoats 8:30-12:30 A.M. to become members of the
r They have two daughters; FRA the fraternal, charitable,
FRITZ Patricia 5, and Naomi 3, and one Sunday, November 29
protective, and social organization. -
J FARM AN William
.
I son, Jr.Special
Ret. Country Drifters 8:30-11:30 P.M. For further Information
contact Douglas H. Johnson,
*/ owner CPO Meals Monday, November 30 Membership Chairman at 771-

/ Happy Hour 4:30-6:30 P.M. 9951; Dyer M.Burr,Branch President -
jKiMr*' For EmployeesSince at 771-0527;FrankN. Zin-
Tuesday, December 1 kosky; Public Relations, 389-
T1R1 6 it was not possible to
Game Night 7:30 P.M. 9808.
Mayport
,
Harold Farm an accommodate all civilian em-
Lou Fritz Webber Fannan. Jr. Normandy Roosevelt ployees with a low cost meal during Wednesday, December 2 Youth Activities Chairman
the period prior to Thanks- Roger T. Krell and committee
Movies sports 8 P.M.
giving, the Civilian Employees members: Shipmates Grimes
0 1 Recreation and Welfare Associa- Mohn Wilson are not forgettingthe
tion and the Civilian EmployeesFood ToastmastersHere importance of FRA Motto of

i'w tHRISTJMNO Services Board have Service to community throughits
I Alfi I0UI MM fOK arranged for special dinners to Seeks teen-agers. The committee

be served during the period 14 plans to keep the teen-agers engaged -
Down mWENTNO through 18 December. Special New Members in a festivity of fun and
meals will be made available onlyto exercise In the near future. The
1stWE those employees who could not Arc new stompinggrounds the beat
PAYMENTS UNTIL JAN you Interested in improvingyour
be accommodated at the pre- ability to speak, listen and of youthful tempo will be the
Thanksgiving dinner. Employeesmay think on your feet in an atmosphere spacious new BranchHalllocatcdat
FINANCE ANYONE IN THE USN purchase tickets for 250 In of enjoyable fellowship? 7673 Blanding Blvd.A .
the Main Lobby, C&R Depart- Toastmasters is more than a
WITH PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES ment, 7 and 8 December; Unit Club It's an Education "
FREE I FREE I FREE Cafeteria, Supply Department, 9 ,)oin the Navy. Civilian Toastmasters NEW IDEA FOR A NEW ERAEASY
December; Public Works Depart- Club 2366. Self-improve
WHEEL I WHEEL I BRAKE ment, Building 103, 10 December; ment is as close as your phone. .
and the Civilian Cafeteria Build (tall 388-0311 Tom Hochmer. .
BALANCE I ALIGNMENT ADJUSTMENT ing 2, 11 December. Tickets anytime after 5:00: I'.M Or, if you
will be on sale at these locations prefer, visit with us any Tuesday
between the hours of 1100 Night at 7:00 I'.M .. Karl Ilel-
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CPO Club

! "0" Club MoviesMovies N +

Thursday, November 26
will be shown regularlyat tedjoft

Thursday, November 26 Turkey Buffet with Trimmings 7 P.M, Monday through Satur-
1-3 P.M. & 5-7 P.M
Thanksgiving Buffet 11:302:30p.M. day.NATTC
will have two feature
& 5-9 P.M.
Friday, November 27 times 2 PM. and 7 P.M. on Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde

Friday, November 27 Dance to Phil Cay Saturdays and Sundays. The Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than

Happy Hour 3:30-6 P.M. Saturday, November 28 hospital will have one featureon Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads arriving -
6-9:30 P.M. Sunday's at 7 P.M. too late for this deadline will be published the following
" The Dinner Continentals 8-12 A.M. Dance to Danny High The Ma inside theatre will stay week unless the publisher Is instructed otherwise.

Sunday, November the same except for the evening A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
Saturday, November 28 29 feature which will begin at 7:30 received WITH the copy for the ad.

6-9:30 P.M. Happy Hour 6-7 P.M. P.M. These are subject to DO NOT SEND CASH.
Dinner
Sam Ross 8:30-11:30 P.M. Dance to Bud Clark change. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $LOO
Kiddee Matinee at Ma Inside Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 35
Sunday, November 29 Monday, November 30 Theatre, Saturdays at 2 P.M. ctrl -- -- ----.-.- tl -

Buffet 6-9 P.M. Prime Ribsof Game and Pizza Night Thursday, November 26

Beef Tuesday, December 1 Malnslde New InternsMichael APTS FURNISHED AND UNFURnished 557 OAK Furn. Apt. $50. 3 rms

Monday, November 30 Open Callan Dean Jones $60 to $75 mo.Natural & bath Ideal for man with wife
NATTC Ride the Wild Surf gas heated. 7719007. working dntn. Jax, owner 388-

Happy Hour 3:30-6 P.M. Wednesday, December 2 Fabian Tab Hunter 9886.
Dinner 6-9 P.M. Open Hospital The VIP's Elizabeth
Taylor, Richard Burton JEAN'S DANCE ACADEMY HOMES FOR RENT Edward
Tuesday, December 1
Venetia Wesconnett Bellair Dwelle Jr., Realtor, 113 E.
Foreign Dish Night 6-9 P.M. usa Notes Friday, November 27 EV 4-3055 or SP 15464. Forysth, EL 3.3944

(Hungarian) Mainside -Woman of Straw Gina

Thursday, November 26 Lollabrigida, Sean Connery
Wednesday, December 2 DUPLEX HOUSES FOR RENT -
NATTC New Interns Michael
Thanksgiving Buffet 6-8 P.M. 2-2 bedrms. $60; 2-1 bedrms.
6-9 P.M. Fried
Family Night Callan, Dean Jones
Chicken Windy Gate Sktffiers' Combo Hospital Ride the Wild Surf $55unfurn( ), $65 (him); 2-3 bed- GAR APT UNFRN large Ivg
8:30 P.M. Fabian Tab Hunter rms. $65; Call 771-7289 rm, lam kit 2 bdr,kitchen equip-

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Friday, November 27 Saturday, November 28 per month 771-0739

WMOOMRltFfMiAt Informal Dance 8-11 P.M. MainsIde-Blklnl Beach Frankie
HOME FOR SALE 2 yrs. old
Saturday, November 28 Avalon, Annette Funlcello 4 bedrm. 1 1/2 baths. AssumeVA
Blind Date NATTC Woman of Straw -Gina Loan $65 a mon. $300. equity BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY For
Party
Lollabriglda, Sean Connery free, ace. elem. sch. 2 blks., sale. Franchise with national
?03rSf.. of Wesconnett Blvd/ Sunday, November 29 Hospital New Interns Michael U.S. conv., 5 mil from NAS, company. Now held by Naval

WE WIRE FLOWERSPHONE Coottettes Callan Dean Jones yard fenced, patio roof, asking personneL Moderate Investment.Will .
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SP I-J770 or SP 1-0250 Kiddee Matinee:, Stagecoach to $350. for Extras, call 264-6129. finance. Ideal for retiredor

FLOWERSFOR Monday, November 30 Dancers Rock active duty, partners or hus-

Scavenger Hunt 8-11 P.M Sunday, November 29 HELP WANTED Little Pigs band wife team. Selling below
EVERY OCCASIONFREE cost. Reply Box 2 F 4724
Barbecue needs night man to work
December Malnslde Gold for the Caesars- Dr. Jacksonville Florida.
DELIVERY 1 Clyde
Tuesday, Randell 6 PM til 2 AM. Contact Mr. ,
JEWELL. SMITH Jeffrey Hunter, Ron
Game Night- NATTC Bikini Beach Frankie Wright EV 8-0221 between 1:30
PM and 4:30 PM.UPHOLSTERY '
Avalon, Annette Funlcello HOUSE FOR RENT- 2240 Bar-

Hospital Woman of Straw and FURNITURE lad Drive. $125 per mo. Lg.
Gina Lollabriglda, Sean Con- house, conv. NAS and Cecil 3
THE REPAIR Fabrics, plastics. C.
BR 1 1/2 B LR DR fam
nery M. Carson 5852 HOthSt.Phone sep. ,
Monday, November 30 7711326. rm, Ig kit and gar age. EV 41213.
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Malnside Judgment Neurem- At Home" has
Sundqulst; entertainment, Mrs.W. .
borg Spencer Tracy, Burt been chosen as the theme of the J. Whitcomb} posters and

Lancaster December luncheon of the Jacksonville programs, Mrs. R. G. Nanney;
HANDCRAFTED COLOR TV NATTC Secret Invasion Stewart Officers Wives Club nametags, Mrs. Harry McKay

Granger Raf Valone which will be held Wednesday, ways and means, Mrs. J. D.
Hospital Gold for theCaesars- December 2 at the NAS Jacksonville Murphy; Menu, Mrs. L. F.
Jeffrey Hunter, Ron Randell Officers Club.In .
World's Finest Cooney; and reservations Mrs.T. .
with the festive
Wednesday, December 2 keeping sea- N. Thompson.
PtrierahiCtitrTV son ahead Mrs. S. W. Rivers All officers' wives and wivesof
Malcfide Magnificent Seven will demonstrate those
present retired officers are Invited to
Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen how to make a varied selectionof anend. Reservations may be
Needasnsd: NATTC Judgement at Nuremberg home and table decorations for made through your command reservations -
distil Spencer Tracy, Burt Christmas. committeemen and
Me printed circuits Lancaster Chairman for the luncheon is must be made prior to noon,Monday -
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NAS Theatre j a _

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Will your Christmas leave end _
in joy or tragedy? If you Intend -
..
to drive over the holidays,
the answer will depend greatlyon
how safe a driver you and

\ others on the road are.
I The General Safety Office

t IJ would like to see all personnelreturn

safely from leave and tf''
t urges that all personnel attend
the scheduled "Drive Safe" film
CODE SCHOOL graduates received their diplomas from Copt. and lecture program. The _

A. C. Cason CO of' FAW11. Front Row (L-R) R. G. Hanger, C. program, which Illustrates that N .

W. Adkins, S. Patricola, M. McFarland. Back Row (L-R) J. Herold, the desire and determination to ____
D. Farcas, and A. Maci jewski. be a "safe driver" is the best MORE THAN 3,000 PEOPLE visited the two SP-2H Neptunes dis-

insurance against automabile accidents played by Patrol Squadron Eighteen' Unites V Air Detachmentat

Ten Men Complete will be presented at the Simon Bolivar Airport in Guayaquil, Ecuador. Each person

9:30 and 1:30, December 7th who visited the aircraft November 8, received a squadron pennant -
thru 11th at the NAS Theatre,
FAW-11 Code SchoolThe Bldg. 612. and a brochure about VP-18 and operation Unitds writtenin

All commands are urged to Spanish. Children received a Unitas V balloon as a remember-

latest class of the Fleet ships and other facilities of the schedule their military personnelto once of the visit. Besides Ecuador, the Flying Phantoms of' Patron t

Air Wing Eleven Radio Code Jacksonville complex attend the attend one of the hour long 18 have operated with the ASW fortes of Brazil, Uruguay

School graduated on Nov. 13. Ten schoolA sessions presented by the gentina, Chile, Peru and will work with Colombia and
men successfully completed the new class convened: on Nov. General Safety Officer and the before returning in December.
course and received their 16 with 18 men coming from Florida Highway Patrol Safety ;
diplomas. M. F. McFarland, various patrol squadrons and Education Officer.
ATN3 of VP-45, took top honors from Mayport-based destroyers.In VP-IS Detachment
with a final grade of 98.6. the 13-week school,much timeIs CautionChildren -
The school Is conducted by the devoted to learning how to send Visits Peru Hosp.Indians
Communications Department of and receive code, with a speedof NearEvery
Staff, ComFalrWlng Eleven] which 16 words per minute, the -
Patrol Squadron Operation Handclasp a
is commanded by Capt. A. C proficiency goal Other facetsof child pedestrian shouldbe V Air Detachment Eighteen'sUNITAS visited organization which
Cason. maintained primarily the curriculum Include human caution When
Although typ- a sign. r
the childrens hospital In Lima, the gifts to fleet units
for communications ing, teletype operation and make for their
training driving, always up 1
Peru and distributed and going abroad and desire
personnel of the Patrol general communications procedures immaturity and carelessness by toys
tend the gifts to needy
Squadrons of FAW-11, men from doing more than your share. Always presents,
It was Christmas In Octoberfor UNITAS V Is a !
expect the unexpected from about 100 bed ridden Submarine Warfare c

Pal Day them. hospitalized children as Flying the armed forces of eight
Motorists are further reminded -
Phantoms of Patron 18 distributed American nations. The
to.watch for all pedestrians dolls, airplane models, units have already
usa Offers Free Admissions when
at
a
turning
light. The pedestrian can green be coloring books, and balloons to with Brazil, Uruguay, t
the above children In Lima,Peru. Chile and Peru. During
crossing the street into which the Some medical supplies were also ber they will
Worth $70 To ServicemenThe driver Is turning, at the same
green light and the pedestrian given These to items the hospital were donated officials.to Ecuador zuela. Columbia and ]
the right-of-way.
gates of the "Ancient City" of St. Augustine, Florida, will
again be opened wide as a feature of the USO's annual PAL DAY 1

Saturday, December 5, 1964, from 9 A.M.to 8 P.M. The St. Augustine Started ThanksgivingThanksgiving 1t
USO Committee will be host to all servicemen In uniform, their
wives, families, and girl friends! for free tours of the City, free
admission to the many Interesting attractions and two free telephone Day, as we know it, is a day of joy. Our reunion with family members who travel itt t

calls home to lucky winners at the USO Club, Llghtner Municipal miles to be together for the bountiful dinner, church services and other festivities of the holiday
Museum Building, Cordova Street entrance. Food, refreshments, It joyful It Is a day to give thanks for the blessings of the past year. And so it was in 1621 when
and._free.admission to the attractions will be features of the day.Attractions grims celebrated what was to become a national holiday as well as a tradition. They assembled, t
which have ouereafree rr.1 Club Municipal days after the crop had been gathered, to give thanks not only for the bounty of food but also the
admission members of the Augustine Museum Building, Llghtner, Cordova enjoyed with the Indians. Their survival through the hard winter, abundance of crops that 9)t

Armed Forces Include: Potter's Street entrance from 6 to 8 P.M. better year, and friendship with neighboring tribes were due in large to a person who is little
Wax Museum, Ripley's Believe It Check with Division in history. He was a Patuxent Indian, named Squanto who lived with the Pilgrims.
or Not The Oldest Wooden your Squanto, perhaps, bears the
Officer Ser c
Schoolhouse In the U. S.,Castillode Chaplain or Special distinction of being the first Indian hunting, fishing and farming were braves to share the
vices Officer
San Marcos (Fort) the Oldest concerning that any be to make the voyage to Europeand Invaluable to the colonists. He fifty Pilgrim adults i
House In the U. S., The La Leche transportation available from might command. back, twice. Nonetheless, taught them how to plant their children! Massasoit
Shrine, The Old Sugar Mill, The your he fared better than his Indian seeds which consisted of a cacheof braves Into the forest for
All busses and park
Fountain of Youth, Old SpanishInn cars can brothers who were sold into ten bushels of Maize or Indian and they returned with I
free the Chamber of Commerce
at
Museum of Yesterday'sToys Tourist Center San Marco slavery, since he was well treat corn they had found hiddenin ones". Thus venison was
Lightner Museum of Avenue. on ed by the Europeans he came In the sand for the first crop of to the array of meat
Hobbles, St. Augustine Alligator contact with. Despite the com- corn. Fields, left vacant by the cluded turkeys, wild
Farm, Mystery House, Old Store forts he enjoyed,he longed for his death of the Patuxent tribe, were ducks, lobsters, eels,
Museum, Zorayda Caste, Hotel native land and through a friend old and exhausted so he show- oysters, and fish. The wild
Ponce de Leon State Arsenal aE'nii the arrangements were made for ed them how to use herring to of summer-gooseberries,
Headquarters, Florida National his return. The homecoming was fertilize the soil Not only had berries, plums, and
Guard, Musical Museum, Old marred by sorrow when he returned he showed them how to face the were enjoyed along with
Jail Gatorland, and the Old to find his village com- coming winter with adequate served In various forms.
Spanish Treasury. All service- pletely destroyed by a plague.He supplies but had also aided them was parched, roasted,
men must be In uniform as this went to live with a neigh- by serving as a go-between for hot cakes, ash cakes,
Is the admission ticket to all of boring tribe but was restless and Governor John Carver and Indian version of corn
these attractions. Dependents of unhappy. Having been instructedin Massasoit In arranging a peace boiling cornmeal and
service personnel on overseas the Christian religion during treaty, that was faithfully kept a bag. wine made from
duty will be admitted free by his stay in Europe, he chose to for 50 years. and red grapes not quite
showing their L D. cards. live with the Pilgrims and became THE for harvest, served as
Free transportation about the Saint who FEASTNo
a Pilgrim (one ment. There is no record of
CIty,will be furnished on all City held the strict tenents of Pil- wonder, then that the berries now a tradition
busses and special trailer IS grim theology). He was received colonists decided to set aside a Thanksgiving feast or of
'trams. Special prices will pre- well by the colony and his day of festivities to celebrate pie. Indians raised
v a 1 1 for the horse-drawn presence was even recorded as their good tidings, and that they may have offered a few
carriages. Free food will be being a Godsend to them". also invited Massasoit to join Pilgrims but it is
furnished by the USO Committeeat He acted as Interpreter between them. The day of the feast was they knew what to do
the St. Augustine Elks Club, the colonists and the Indians set and while they had an formidable
vegetable.
20 Bay Street, to service per- '6aafgoMA.4og14 His understanding of the abundance of supplies, imagine Although the
sonnel and their families from habits and attitudes of Indians; their surprise when Massasoit tended the feast Pilgrims
to last
12 Noon to 3 P.M. and at the St. his knowledge of techniques of showed with
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I Don't Be Bullied By Your Car! ; I


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Ever been late for an appointment and found that
your car wouldn't start? Or had the signal turn I
green
nd engine stall helplessly at the I
your same Instant? Remember that crisp winter morning when the
expired without warning? How about
anery the
day you unexpectedly ran out of gas OT the turnpike?
nd don't forget the almost-new tire that failed for "no reason".
Chances are that something like the above has happened _
to you If It has, yoo're an unlucky statistic
art of the 65 .million automobile failures last year, more breakdowns than there___ are tout .D ten: r
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in thIS ------b-- 7
jars registered country.But
don't blame the car's per- can call it water; it's acceptable) balanced tires on correctly Y

-erse personality. Threats and checked regularly, about every aligned wheels. After that it's .a
[leas to that chromium-plated two weeks in mid-summer. In up to the driver. Inflation is _:0-.
lionster are out; common-sense hot weather the water evaporatesmore the simplest Item to keep up, o
les are in. rapidly and should be kept yet few owners do it. Every car
It's easier than you think tostay about 3/8 inch above the plates manual lists recommended pres- YOU CAN BE MASTER of your car by application of a few com-

figurative jump ahead of yourar which is about a quarter-inch sures, which should be checked mon-sense rules, you can increase gasoline mileago, make tires
| even if you don't know a higher than necessary in winter. when tires are cold. Under-In- last longer and stop battery failure.
arburetor from a condenser. Make sure that whoever services nation causes tires to wear on

Failure to start is the most it adds distilled water.If the outer edges, and it creates .".."" <,'....
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strattng complaint. Form- one cell consistently lower excessive sidewall flex- .t.ya-- '. r r .
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lately, the cause is usually minornd than the rest, beware of a cracked ing. Over-Inflation tends to wear '.\o-d, _'"
often embarrassingly ob- leaking battery case; you're out the center of the tires.If 't ;'
icus. First, make sure that due for a new battery. And if you plan an open-road vaca- t 1 .\S j* .
leu are not out of gas. Thenee the water level drops at a rate tion, It's a good idea to add four ,
that the transmission(if auto- that is fast, even for hot weather, pounds of pressure above the
latlc) is In the proper gear for suspect that the battery Is being manufacturer's specifications to I
jtarting, generally neutral or overcharged. Have a mechanic compensate for speed and load. 'I'
ark. If twisting the key still check the voltage regulator.The Tire rotation, including the ')i'-

oes not turn the starter or turns final culprit is corrosion, spare every 6,000 miles, 'will r .
slowly, the battery may be too that white stuff around the ter- equalize wear, prevent one, tire
w to start the engine. Try the minals. Any service station can from wearing out first.
orn and lights. If they are weak, clean it off, and It should not be Avoid high speed cornering,
robably there isn't enough allowed to build up. sudden braking and maximum
lanery power to fire the engine's No one likes to run out of gas. acceleration, aU of which scrub
[lectrical system. If the engine The only sure way to avoid it is off valuable rubber. Yv
rns, does not catch, and you get to watch the fuel gauge. How- Finally, watch cut for hidden
whiff of gasoline fumes, the ever, it Is possible to get more tire damage. Sooner or later
arburetor may be flooded. for your gasoline dollar. Ex- everyone strikes a curb severelyor
ress the accelerator to the perts have found that anyone can runs through a sharp
[oar, hold it without pumping and stretch gasoline mileage as muchas chuckhold. The tire may appear 4.
about 10 seconds of starter. 25 per cent above average, fine, but only expert inspection
that doesn't work, take foot which amounts to skipping one can tell if you're riding ona NEXT WEEK THE WINNER of' November's caption contest will be
rom the accelerator, wait twor normal fuel stop In every four. potential blowout. If there has announced. So hurry and send your entries to the Editor, Jax
| three minutes and try again. There are three basic economy been internal damage,don'tgam- Air News, SIO Box 2, NAS Jax.MONEY.
Stalling in traffic is maddeng techniques within any driver's bte; get a new tire.

especially when the motorts grasp. First, on the open road .Clearly the best way. to beat ..
behind are impatiently ex- practice steady cruising. Un- the automobile at'its own gameIs
jrclslng their horns. The thing necessary bursts of speed are through regular check-ups. A
remember here is not to panic. notorious gas wasters. Second, well-tuned engine in a properly IN 1 DAY
robably the engine has flooded because sudden stops cut mile maintained, carefully driven car
follow the accelerator-on-the- age, be a "driver ahead" driver, is the best preventive against

|oor technique, remain calm, andr especially in traffic. Economy- breakdown. 25 to $600
chances of starting are ex- minded drivers watch traffic
llent. signals far ahead, are preparedto THANKSGIVING ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE

I One of the more discouraging slow down gently rather than Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us
>to problems is winter battery jam on brakes at the last instant (Continued from Page 8)) how much you want. Pick up the cash at your
(ilure. If it occursyou'resmck. Finally, avoid full-throttle convenience. Same-day service.
the celebration
the Indians thought
it it can be prevented. Cold take-offs. They can pull gas s
ather is a battery's mortal mileage down to four or five to be version of their Green 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN
Corn Dance, a celebration last-
my and In freezing tempera- miles pergallonduringacceleration
es will cut overall averages ing four days at the ripening of You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Ma. Prirt.
even a new, fullychargedtery
the harvest. Thus the Indians
[Iclency.operates at about half way Not down.only will the practice of contributed largely in breakingthe $ 84.33 $ 5.00 $355.79 s 21.00
of Pilgrim severityby 151.80 9.00 427.51
fou driving save a sur- pattern 25.00
can beat the problem by economy
Five
chunk of in prolonging the feast. 219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00
the prisingly large money
[lowing rules of preventionore
| the weather turns cold. the course of a year, it's easieron eighteen women (who out had of the survived original the 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39

needn't be a battery ex- the car.
fuel first winterj'were) given the task Above include
As long as we're stretching payments interest.
t have
to the
electrolyte (you feastof
for the three
of cooking day
economy, it should be pointedout
that tire life can be dra- 150 people. DIAL (
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IntramuralVolleyball .' ..... --'tir: .. < .. '>> :,:, ,; :.::'...,. ...:. ::: 'X.{,. ::S.*:::...:... .%. .\. : And
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BasketballThe Two teams In Intramural illil I\I- V1tllJlallllIligh (GJp

Volleyball still remain unde- :
feated and they are O&R at 4-0
first week of play got and AOMD at 4-0, both In the 200 Games
underway In Intramural Basket- American League. Win "
Never ?
"Good
ball this past week and the results Leading the National Leagueare Sports
of the weeks play are as VP-7 and VP-30, bothsportIng .
the
As Supply "keglers"downed
follows: 3-1 records. the Cutters 3-1, in the
The results of last weeks play You'd Better Check AgainIf
Denotes high scorer for the Intramural ranks of bowling this
game. are: past week Joe Rodgers, of Sup-
O&R, Weapons 15-4, 15-8 you can't lose a game and be a good sport about It, then you ply, tabulated a 601 series witha
VAP-62, VP-7 47-34 Comm, Hosp 15-9,15-12 shouldn't play. high game of 276, the high-
Todd VP -- 17 pts. AOMD, Supply 11-14,15-5,15-10 I think most of you will agree with this statement at least when est game ever bowled with the
Security, Admin 56-24 FICEUR Marines: 10-15,15-4, you're not participating In a game yourself. There are a few things league, and Shannon Vaughann
15-8 harder, sometimes, than to truly congratulate a team that has just
Brady Sec .-- 24 pts. coped a 603 series with a high
VP-18, MARTD 33-32 o&R. FICEUR 15.6,15-6,15-7 beaten you by one or two points. At the same time, how easy It Is game of 246 In the Continental
GallettIVP1813pts.FICEUR Weapons, Comm 14-12 15-0, to blame the umpire or referee for the loss, or to shake the hand League "kegler" action.
CFJ 52-30 8-15 'of _the guys you just beat and tell them what a fine game they playedand The results of last weeks
Warner FICEUR -- 22 Supply Marines 15-7,15-5,9-15 what a good team they have. action are:
pts. AOMD Hosp 15-0 15-0 Once In a while, when dis- doesn't have to be a patsy every-
A/C Matnt, FAW-11 40-28 VP-30, VP-7 15-9 8-15, 15-7 cussing sportsmanship, or lack of time an opposing player or coach American League
Green FAW -- 13 pts. VP-16 VAP-62"B" 15-9, 15-6 it, you'll hear someone quote the asks if he can do something or CFJ"A", Eagles 3-1
VP-45 VAP-62"A" 14-16, adage "Good never win" another. sportsmanship and
VP-45, VP-16 49-36 guys Thunderheads, Griffons 3-1
15-12 18-16 But, let's look closely at this good coaching hand-In-hand -
Ewing VP-16 -- 16 pts. go Riggers, Pan Handlers 4-0
Dlsp, Weapons 48-35 NARTU Photo Lab 15-10,15-8 adage. It does not say 'Good you don't have to choose betweenthe Electrons, F1CEUR1 3-1
Hernandez-Dlsp--15pts. NARTU VAP-62"B" 15-9, sports never win." There Is a two. ComStore5, Photo Lab 3-1
Hosp, AF679th 5147KlomannHosp24pts. 11-15,17-15 significant difference.A The most important time, and Mad Foxes, Pelicans 3-1
VP-7 VP-45 .15-4,12-15,15-4 good sport, or one who ex- perhaps the hardest time, to exhibit Chiefs, Hellions 2-2
VP-30 Photo Lab 15-3, 15-1. h i bit s good sportsmanship good sportsmanship is while
you are participating in a close Continental League

DIB I YOU I EVER EARN $$300 AN I HOUR? things ball game.that will Yet lower there the image are few of Avions Inspectors, Sparks, NARTU1 3-1 3-1

athlete than have
an more to
Cursors, Sky Warriors 2-2
HERE'S HOW: 12 MIN. FROM ORANGE PARK others see him playing dirty. Spoilers, Burgermasters 4-0
l .. iyiiN. FROIVIJAX NAS This applies to athletes from the Supply, Cutters 3-1
Intramural the
with least
player
IIS
Spartans, Owl Hoots 4-0
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25 rvuN / the with
ability to varsity player Mix Masters, Paymasters 4-0
II II IIS the most ability. Sportsmanshiprules Flying Phantoms, F FICEUR2 4-0
don't change with ability
Plzzans Strikers 3-1
class of sports.So .
": II I II' p
flfKlfff S far, I have talked only about National
League
;/ ; 1' 1 players exhibiting good sports-

l tiSM 1 1 1ii menshtp. Rejects, NARTU2 3-1
: But, I don't think good or bad Marines,
''- ''itflt l jlp&liiRYiiiipji Play Boys 3-1
sportsmanship can be relegatedto Baymen, Lucky '7 3-1
i r field of alone. Fans,
the
play FICEUR CEO's.BB Stackers 3-1
ii! : especially In Intramural sports, AF679th, Protons 2-2
can exhibit some pretty bad Army AFES, AOMD 3-1
sportsmenship from time to time. Air
Frames, Rookies 4-0
Although It happens sometimesIn
varsity sports, It is usuallythe

PHONE JAX IM.6555 6REEN COVE SPRINGS unnecessary Intramural insults program fly from when one the Williamson Wins

group to another about the teamsas
a whole, about Individual play- Honors At
ers or sometimes even about a
sister service. OWGAC TourneyThe


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tournament of the Officers Wives
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Winner of the championship
.. featured in these r honors was Mrs. R. B. Williamson -
In a eighteen hole battle with

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consolation honors was Mrs.F. .
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r.mJ Army Meets Navy 65th Time ,;.'
Intramural )
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.. Leads Gridiron Series 3029New Ping Pong .!

(AFPS Weekly Feature) \

York (AFPS) Seldom do football teams with season records "
Formation the action in the Intramural -
Imagination like Navy's (three wins, five losses, one tie) and Army's (three wins, Heading after I
lly Daw lIurlCi" six losses, no ties) meet in a gridiron finale with the knowledge that Ping Pong league
of Is the .
four weeks competition .
victory will erase past failures and make for a successful year. Yeta
[ the time you begin to think inventiveness has from 4-0 second -
at
About been sapped out win for the Midshipmen or the Cadets traditionally makes up for team Hospital
football, up comes somebody with a new formation or technique. It Is NAMTG at 3-1 and next
[as that way In the game's Infancy, and It's that way now. even the poorest of seasons and are the Marines at 2-L
It won't be different when
[Back in the grab-It-and-run days there were those who swore football any For this classic encounter how- The results of last weeks actionare
the In
as a dying thing because all you did was chase up and down a cow two teams meet Phila- ever, the record books can :
,lure. Then somebody thought of the flying wedge. delphia Nov. 23. usually be tossed to the winds. AF679th, VP-45 3-2
fin that classic maneuver, a lorry of linemen hung onto suitcase handleswn Navy won a close victory In About the only sure thing Is that Hosp Marines 41C&R
[ to each other's pants and charged downfield with a ball carrier scamS 1963, cutting Army's series lead the fans filling the 100,000 seatsat Admin 4-1
ring along behind. Make no mistake about it, the defense had to be after 64 games to a single vic- Philadelphia's John F. Kennedy VAP-62 FICEUR 3-2
ugh. tory. Army has won 30 games Stadium will be In for another VP-7, VP-30 4-1
the fans got tired of the flying wedge. It Navy 29, with five games end-
But soon was too bloody, fore hard-fought football clash. NARTU Security 5-0
thing. It was outlawed In 1905 and the next year'they threw In the Ing In ties. NAMTG, A/C Malnt 41DUVAL
[rward pass. This year Navy will be tryingfor Notice
Special
I The threat of the pass opened up the game some, but passing didn't Its sixth consecutive win.
ome prominent until 1913 when Knute Rockne and his Notre Dame Army coachPaulDletzelhas fail (Judo)
laminates used It to score a sensational triumph over Army. ed to engineer a Cadet win over
IWiile the forward pass had become a permanent part of the game, Navy, coached by Wayne Hardin. A special election of officersfor
le basic college and pro offense through the 1920s and most of the '30s Three teams -Penn State,Duke the Jax Navy Judo Club will
nained the single wing and a couple of easy-to-understand variations.ut and Pittsburgh played bothser- be held Monday, November 30,
still, the fans saw all they wanted of the Statue of Liberty and power vice academies during the 1964 Bldg. '726 at 6:30 p. m. All
Eve plays and clamored for something new. season. Army was beaten by the members and any Interested per-
The T-formation, although tested as early as 1920, became the thingnd trio as listed, 6-2, 6-0 and 24-8. sonnel are urged to attend.
began to gobble up the football countryside. By 1950, only a few Navy did better beating Penn
iehards still relied on the single wing. State 21-8, Duke 27-14 and
I The T-formation's devastating deception and all-around possibilities tieing Pittsburgh, 14-14.
las most thinking that It was the end-all in football formations. Hardly. Both teams were hampered this r1
Jhen the defenses caught up, they began dreaming up things like the fall by Injuries to key players. 5i3
|inged-T, the slot-T, thesplit-T, shotgun and countless other variations. Army appeared to have TexasIn
There were also little techniques popping up every year to confound trouble In the season's third LOOK
hose who thought football had reached an inventive impasse.One game when star quarterback Joe

example might be Earl "Red" Blaik's famous "lonely end" attack. Stichweh was Injured. The Cadets

i that one the Army end would split out 15 yards on every play, never also lost the services of ace run- AT THESE Ml USED I
nce Joining the huddle. He knew the plays through an elaborate signalingstem ning back John Seymour for the
and his out there loosened the defense. greater part of the season. Both
/ presence up enemy
Today we have the I-formation, flankers galore split-ends, tight ends, these men will be ready for the MI mm( i IN I II

dries eligible fancy-Dan things that, if diagramed, would fill every Nov. 28 game.
ammar school chalkboard in the country. Navy, a pre-season pick as an
Chances are, however, that about the time you sense boredom with all Eastern power, was unable to ,
ese present-day formations, they'll dream up new techniques to keep the navigate as well,,without its Hets-
ands packed.As men Trophy wlnnlnc quarterback
for the brightest new scoring technique of 1964, the honor shouldo Roger StaubacnY'who was
to the Rolling Prairie High School team in Indiana. Service football hurt in pre-season 'practice.Staubach .
ama with eyes for surprise, take note. did not see full-time
Rolling Prairie, which was to lose, 20-13, to a team In Michigan, hade service until the final game of MOTORSSAN
ball on its own 27 The team huddled, then lined up In the usual the season against Duke. In that
saner at scrimmage. The center snapped the ball and then, in unison, thee game he showed he would be In
Rolling Prairie team stood up, turned and walked back to a huddle. top shape for Army, setting anew JUAN LOT RIGHT OFF ,ROOSEVELT
The opposition was bewildered and stood around In disbelief. Finallye total yardage record of 308yards.On .

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F41lls SiWeople ta'l' Service Wives UNDER MANAGEMENT



(NAVNEWS) The hunting fraternity in the U. S has been increasing BowlingThe 1
by almost a million members in each of the past few years.
This' fall almost 20,000,000 nimrods will fire a barrage of bullets Typhoons, of the Service
and shot at animals and birds, and, inadvertently but avoidably, at Wives Bowling league, posted the
fellow hunters and themselves. Based on experience, about 1500 high game for the season witha
people will be hit this year, 300 of them fatally.In 986 totalIndividual

1950 the National( Rifle through a compendium of errors, honors for the week
Association started making an- all avoidable. How? One way is were won by Irma Peterson with 1 g
nual surveys of hunting accidentsto through training. In Californiathe a high game of 187, high set
determine what points in its accident rate among youngsters of 527; Judy Lindsay with a 509
gun training program should be was halved after the state set; Mary Lou Alewine converted
stressed, especially for be- required completion of a gun- a 3-10 split;Elanor Pearson con-
ginners. All underline the fact safety training course before a verted at 5-7-9 split and Lois
that these tragedies could have first hunting license would be Kllng captured a 6-7-10 split.
been averted if common sense issued. The team standings for the

had been applied. Can you Whose fault? Trigger happy league are:
imagine using a loaded rifle as hunters firing on other people Tornadoes 24-16
a cane with your hand over the account for 70% of all accidents; Blizzards 23-17
muzzle. Or leaning the muzzleof the rest are self-inflicted Hurricanes 22-18

a shotgun against your stomach wounds, of which a high per- Monsoons 20-20
while lighting a cigarette? Or centage are fatal because of the Typhoons 18-22
firing on what supposedly is a point-blank range. Cyclones 13-27
woodchuck but actually is the head Cover -Most
Visibility, Range
of your hunting companion? All accidents occur (In clear weather, accidents In late ,
occur morn- I
happened, and with tragic re- in that is either lightly
country ing or late afternoon the sameas CEDAR HJLLS SHOPPING CENTER
sults. covered or completely open, and
These are the highlights of the factory accidents which BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
at short range; 75% of all casual suggests that fatigue might have
NRA survey of hunting accidents ties occur at less than 50 yards, some bearing. 1-1341 OR SP 1:6601
Weapons Shotguns account and well over a third at less than
for 61%/ of accidents; rifles, 36%; 10 yards. Under such conditions Fatalities are highest In 64 IMPALA SPORTS COUPE. . . . $2995
pistols, bows and arrows for 3% would big-game hunting and lowest In Auto/trans./ V-8 R&H Silver
nothing seem to excuse land-bird power steer., over maroon,
(One recent fatality resulted from these accidents. shooting. Thegreatest
WSW, excellent condition.
i a bow hunter stumbling and Impaling hazard in big-game hunting Is
Time of Day Most hunting being mistaken for game. 63 CHEVY II WAGON ..... . . . .$1895
himself
on an arrow.)
Fatalities About 20% of all Auto/trans./ 6 cyl., R&H, WSW, 2-tone blue.

gun mishaps are fatal the death STARS- STRIPES 63 MONZA CONVERTIBLE.$2095
rate in rifle accidents is almost t WEBB'SPROFESSIONAL R&H, 4 speed trans, air/conditioned/ Maroon with black

double that with shotguns. Vrsrrr- interior, black top, XX clean.

Age of Shooter For the past 63 FORD GALAXIE"500". ... . . . .$2095
few years the age of shooters .'..f 4 Dr., auto/trans., V-8, R&H, solid white with blue interior.
involved in accidents has been ''LAUNDRY & Cleanest one in town.

going down. Today nearly half 63 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE. ..... . . . $2295
of them are teenagers. More- / I DRY CLEANERS Auto/trans/ V-8, power steer, R&H, Solid turquoise, white
over, these youngsters, com- (( I/ !
top.
pared with adults, account for a
high percentage of casualties resulting ACROSS RAILROAD FROM 63 IMPALA SPORT COUPE. . . . . $2295
Auto/trans/ V-8 R&H Solid white XXX clean.
from unintentional discharge SEAFARERS NASYUKON ,

of a gun, such as shooters 62 CHEVY II SPORT COUPE ... . . . .$1495
THE
stumbling and falling, trigger of FLORIDA "Nova" series, standard shift, 6-cylinder, R&H, solid black
bowstring catching on brush, removing ONLY STAR MACHINEIN t with Red interior. WSW.

weapons from or plac- TOWN "ONE FRIEND 62 IMPALA SUPER SPORTS ..... . . . .$2095
ing (It In vehicle, crossing fenceor
other obstacle with loaded PAT'S TAILOR SHOP'' TELLS ANOTHER" Standard shift, 327", V-8, engine, R&H, solid white with

weapon, riding in car with load- NEXT TO WEBB'S red interior, extra sharp.
ed gun, horseplay, clubbing coveror 62 MONZA COUPE . . .. . . .$1595
game with weapon, and so on Auto/transmission, R&H, Solid blue, WSW.

62 FORD FAIRLANE"500". ..... . . . $1495
5n6lhlK )f. 2 dr. standard shift, V-8, R&HSolidwhitewith red interior.

THft l33-999l8r733-Wf 61 KOMBI VW BUS ... . . . . $1495
VANDERBILT TIRES 9 passenger, R&H, 2 tone paint, X clean.

61 CHEVROLET WAGON . .. . . . $1695
OFFICELOUNGE "PROVEN FOR MILEAGE-QUALITY-PRICE". "Parkwood", auto/trans, V-8, power steer and brakes, elec-

3 AUTO CENTERS SERVE YOU tric windows, factory air/conditioned, R&H, all original
equipment.

.. 61 ENGLISH FORD WAGON. . . . . .$495
: NO MONEY DOWN I
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-, DfcNtlNGf 60 CORVAIR DELUXE. . . . . . $895
f H TgtV ht QUALITY NYLp'Vanderbilt Premum 4-door, auto/trans, R&H, solid red, WSW. Extra, clean.
8lPMDOUBLES
24 MONTH 38 MONTH 60 IMPALA SPORTS SEDAN. . . .. .. . $1395

UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE UNCONDITIONAL GUARANTEE Auto/trans., V-8, power steer., R&H, Ivory over turquoise,
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SIZE EACH SIZE EACH 58 PEAUGOT. . . . . . . $595
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600.13..1013 600.13..IS13 4 Dr., Standard shift, R&H, solid blue.
650.11.. ...... IUI 65O'U.. . .. l6.n
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150.14.. ..... 15.11 150.14........ 21,326SO.ls
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670.15. .. .... .1.11 670.15 ....,... .15.09 ALL ,
710.1S. .. .. 10.11 710.1S... ...j.I. 16.47 MAKES AND MODELS
760.1S .. 12.11 76Oa1S. . ... 17.4 ,
Add l.SO for Ih Ilew.lls no.I 5. ....... ..22.62 -
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