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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: January 28, 1965
Frequency: weekly
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isllC'cl by till' Hull Publishing\ Company; a private (inn.. Opinions expressed! by the publisher ami writers herein are thejr own and not to lie considered: an official f f I i I expression of any
military department.., appearanee of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 22 NO. 46 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JANUARY 28. 1965



Patrol Squadron Five Commander-in-Chief -


Gets Pre-Deployment Says Military Might


Lecture About SicilyPatrol a 'OO!: At Peacetime PeakWashington


Squadron Five Is scheduled to depart NAS Jax this weekon ; Y (AFPS) The United States' military might Is at Its
a routine deployment to Sigonella, Sicily. While stationed in strongest peak In peacetime history, but the challenge to this strengthIs
Sicily, the squadron will conduct surveillance patrols in the Medi- b unceasing President Johnson told Congress In his Jan. 18 defense
terranean Sea and visit various ports in Europe as a part of the "tt'' message.
Navy's Mediterranean Familiarization Program. VP-5 will also ,,".I.1.: __ Citing! Increases In military manpower and equipment over the past
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provide ASW support for the Sixth Fleet, a task which they are fami- UNITED FUND CHECK. ..Rear four years, the President also
liar_ with, having worked_ from Sigonella only 14 months ago. Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, noted that the largest pay
in preparation for the deploy- Commander Fleet Air, Jack' 'Clean Room'Opens increases In our history had taken
ment, the squadron's men and Mayport Hosts sonville, presents Charles D. O&R place during that period.
at
their families met In the NAS Towers, Jr., Campaign Chair "To Insure that the pay of
theatre Monday morning for a 'E-Full-I' man of the Jacksonville, Fla. Once again NAS Jacksonvilletakes military personnel and indeed of
special program which stressed United Fund, with a check for another step forward and all Government employees, retains -
problems which occur during long ,The antisubmarine warfare $112,407.87, on behalf of the grows a little larger with the Installation an appropriate relation ..
deployments. ILt. M, A. Weissof aircraft carrier Intrepid -- the Navy's effort in the recent of a 7,000 square feet, to the compensation of other ele-
the station' Legal Office dis- "E-full': I" of the Atlantic Fleetvisited United Fund Campaign. This $200,000 Clean Room facility for ments of our society, we will review
cussed legal problems which both Mayport Wednesday, was the largest cash contribution overhaul of aircraft hydraulic their pay annually. The pro-
the men and their families may January 20, stopping overnightfrom given to the Jacksonville components.The cedures for this review will
face and the 'possible solutions current exercises off the United Fimd this year. The new facility, located Inthe be discussed In my budget
to these problems. LCdr J. R, Florida coast.'Intrepid's Navy's total contribution was Overhaul and Repair Department, message" the President stated.
Edwards, Fleet Air Wing Eleven nickname Is derived $120,179.48, which exceededits is a dust free room used to clean He pointed out that through a
Chaplain offered religious aid to from the fact that last year she target goal of $119,373.58. the hydraulic parts and keep dust rigorous cost reduction program
the families and Mr. John M. won every major award for ASW The funds were contributed by and dirt from entering,which can and many needed changes and
Rawls of the Red Cross briefedthe carriers in the Atlantic including Navy and Marine personneland cause failure of the part and Increases In our military force
audience on emergency pro- the Navy's coveted Battle civilian workers at Naval and possibly cause lass of life structure, he foresees a "level-
cedures and Red Cross services.A Readiness "E" and four depart- installations in Jacksonville based and mission failure. Ing off In military spending in
area including ships at
of the The and humidityare the future.
highlight special meet- mental efficiency "E's" Air. the Mayport Naval Station. temperature
Ing was the presentation of Operations, Engineering, and (Official U.S. Navy Photo) controlled to a far higher degree To meet U. S. military commitments
Awards and Medals by Cdr J. T. Gunnery. than conventional air conditioned around the world Pre
Kosnik VP-5 CO. Six squadronmen Moreover, Antisub- areas to keep contamination sident Johnson recommended a
were promoted as, a resultof marine Warfare Air Group 56, out. The walls, ceilings, wide range of action Including
the August exams. K.H, Beau- embarked aboard Intrepid, won NARTU Hosts floors fixtures and shop equip- A request for more than $300
mont, ADRCA J. A. Cockrum, the Chief of Naval Operations ment surfaces are finished to resist million to continue a program of ___
AECA C. E. Moore, ADJCA, Safety Award the only such creation of dust and dirt. extending the life and improv-
J. L. Henry, A02, D. R, Neill, award given an air group In the EngineeringSeminar Special emphasis Is placed on ing the capabilities of the B-52
AE2 and F. E. O'Halloran, ADJ2 entire Navy. limiting the amount of contamination strategic bomber; continuing deployment
were promoted to their present The 900-foot-long carrier alsois Introduced Into the air by of the SR-71, the
rates. holder of the Admiral Flat- HereThe controlling the number of per- world's fastest airplane; development -
Three VP-5 men, H. R. Watts, ley Award for Aviation Safety, sonnel, operations, and materials of the C-5A cargo transport
YNL D. E. Chinn ADR2 and for setting the best fleet recordin first "Value Engineering inside the Clean Room aj-ea. The ; construction of f fast-deploy
W. P. Denkyo, AEC receivedthe accident-free flight operations Seminar" ever to be conducted use of shoe cleaners is manda- ment cargo ships; an Increase
Expeditionary Medal for the during 1964. "by Naval Reserve officers (Continued on Page 6)) (Continued on Page 5))
Lebanon Crisis while A. Marti- As an ASW carrier, Intrepid's for Naval Reserve Officers" Is
L
ntz, AN, received a letter of com- prime mission Is detect, track, now in progress aboard the Naval
mendation for outstanding work and In wartime, destroy enemy Air Reserve Training Unit hereat
during a recent deployment to submarines off American East- Jacksonville.The x
Cuba. ern shores. seminar, conceived by fa'
Weapons Training Unit '741 received -
enthusiastic support from
the Bureau of Naval Weapons and
the Naval Air Reserve Training r"' r'
4e b Command. Many applications for .
V V
received In ,, -
4 t > this training were a -
brief time but the quota limited g I
acceptance to less than onethirdof 4 f t rl1l
the WEPTU officers who
wished to attend.
The reserve officers chosenfor
this training represent a valuable -
pool of technical talent avail-
1. able to the Bureau of Naval Wea

pons through its WEPTU pro- rtJ
gram. This Is Indicated by the
fact that the forty Individual officers -
participating In the seminar
hold fifty-nine college degrees.The NAVY GOOD NEIGHBOR Mr. Harry Gutterman (Isecond from
seminar Is under the left) accepts a "Good Neighbor Award" Wednesday morning 'from
direction of Cdr. B. R. Dixon, Rear Admiral Robert Goldthwaite, Commander Fleet Air, Jackson
Executive Officer WEPTU 74L ville. Mr. Gutterman accepted the award on behalf of the city of
Cdr. Dixon's civilian occupationis St. Augustine which sponsored the annual "Pal Day" activities 'for r
special assistant to the Com- Navy personnel. Jointly accepting the award is Herbie L. Wiles,
manding Officer of NAS Jax. President, St. Augustine Chamber of Commerce while looking on
CONCENTRATION is very evident onthefacesofCdr. B. R. Dixon, Outstanding guests who flew to are Brigadier Emil Miller, (at left) Director, Northeast Florida
X. O. of WEPTU 741, LCdr Jane Chilton Phillips, WEPTU 741, and Jacksonville to assist with the U.SO.'Pal Day" activities includedfreeluncheons' rides,and guided'
LCdr. James Blackwell, Air Intelligence Officer, NARTU Jackson seminar Include Mr. Glen Hart, tours to historic parts of the ancient city 'for visiting Navy men
ville, as they monitor sound tapes to be used in the Naval Re. Chief Corporate Value Engineer and their families. More than 5,000 Navy men attended the 1964
serve's first Value Engineering Seminar. (Continued on Page 8)) "Pal Day" held in early December.L .



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SUNDAY.
Kierkegaard the Danish theologian and philosopher tells a parableof
8:00 a.m. Service of Holy a wild duck. With his mates this duck was flying northward across

Communion Europe In the springtime. On the flight, he happened to land In a
9:30 a.m. Service of Divine Danish barnyard where there were some tame ducks. He ate and

Worship enjoyed some of their com and! stayed, first for an hour and then fora
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for day, and then for a week and then for a month, and finally, because .
ages 3 through 16, Bldg. 722 he liked the good fare and the safety of the barnyard, he stayed
11:00 a.m. Service of Divine all summer. But one autumn day when his wild mates were winging

Worship their way southward again, they passed over the barnyard, and! their
\ 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship mate heard their cries. It stirred him with a strange thrill of joy

- \ $ WEDNESDAY and delight; and! flapping his wings he rose In the air to join his old
comrades In their flight to the land! of summer. But, alas, he found
r 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal that his good fare had made him so soft and heavy that he could rise

no higher than the eaves of the barn. So he sank back again to the
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal barnyard and said to himself "Oh well; my life Is safe here and the

fare Is good." Every spring, and again every autumn, when the
!, 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion wild ducks flew over his barnyard and he heard their honking cry,
rn' Also on all Holy Days his eye gleamed for a moment and he began to lift his wings becausehe
Catholic Services at St. Ed-
/ hoped to join his mates. But, at length the day came when the
I&j. pvonorsirot ward's Hospital Chapel NATTC and Naval wild ducks flew over him and uttered their cry, and he paid not the

slightest attention to them.
f i SUNDAY MASS This story reminds us that It Is easy to forget our ideals and become

b ; content with lesser things. Our Ideals Inspire us to soar to
U.S. Naval Hospital
6:30
a.m.
4 higher levels of living but we must constantly refresh our minds
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.Edward's .
concerning our Ideals. When we forget them the equivalent of the
Chapel barnyard may become the place where we are forced to live.

Editorial DAILY MASS What has happened to your Ideals? Have you forgotten them and
become content with lesser things?
11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel


$ Military Nurses Foremost MONDAY & TUESbAY Exhausf Sailor's

4:15 p.m. King HallNATTC

Among 'Angels of Mercy'Since FRIDAY W inter t To

12:05 p.m. U.S. NavalHospitalSAWRDAv'
the days of Florence Nightingale nurses In the armed forces "
have saved the lives of countless servicemen, progressed In the field ** Secrel;

of nursing and have brought modern and technical knowledge of medi- 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY D.C.NAV.(
cal care to servicemen on the battlefields. The Army Nurse Corps With winter weather preparing
).... .Navy men
the "angels of mercy" In one branch of the armed forces, observes swing In many parts It the February advance
its 64th Anniversary Feb. 2. 1965. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before especially Important for exams have a special
Normally when one thinks about a nurse's job, one pictures her In Masses ists to be on guard In may a newly-published
a clean white uniform, going from one sparkling ward to another Ina Catechism Classes:Grade School danger of carbon "A Sailor's Guide to Fast-
completely-equipped hospital. But nurses In the armed forces This points "
warning the editors
by
don't always have It quite so good. Often they are required to administer SATURDAY often-overlooked fact Times.

their aid In a hastily-erected, dimly-lit hospital tent, or 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities deadly gas from exhaust book contains the
while running through the mud alongside an Injured servicemen on a building 722 story
more likely to affect car enlisted advance
stretcher headed for Navy's
a rear area.
In World War II flight nurses were trained for air evacuation, at T ra fficViolations gers during colder system, from recruit to be-
cause windows are how
_ that time a new concept In field nursing. Nurses were flown Into an officer Including
warmth.
M places like Omaha Beach after the Normandy Invasion. Flying overa Leaks In the exhaust exams are written,
fogged-in channel much of the time flying under clouds and over are most frequently drowsy."A to take them and how to

ship masts or flying above the clouds with the possibility of their The following Is a report of for the Infiltration of the system work to your

planes being mistaken for enemy aircraft was one of many ways they motor vehicle accidents and traffic Into the car interior. .
proved their dedication. One of the pioneers In flight nursing In violations for the period January symptoms that could Included Is an explana-
World] War II was Colonel Ethel R.Kovach. In 1963 she was appointed 17 through January 23. tragedy from occurring the Navy's enlisted rat
chief of the Air Force Nurse Corps. structure and a com
Number of Accidents headache dizziness,
While caring for their patients on the battlefields of World War II breakdown of all ratings
nausea, burning of
and Korea In of This Week 17 their past advancement op-
nurses were danger being captured and placed In January through watering of the or
prisoner of war camps. The Army's most decorated nurse, Colonel January 23 . . .5 bility. eyes Also Included Is an
Ruby G. Bradley earned the name of "Angel In Fatigues" during 37 Total Accidents this year through Here are some forecast of a sailor's

months as a prisoner of war of the Japanese.In January 23 . . 15 sures against carbon advancement chances.
the Republic of VIet-Nam today nurses are still at the "front," Number of Accidents through L Have a skilled a forward Vice Admiral

caring for wounded and 111 servicemen. On December 24, 1964 four January 1964 . . 18 check thoroughly the R. Smedberg 10, recen-
Navy nurses were injured by an explosion of a Viet Cong terrorist Total number of days since last tem In the car Chief of Naval Per-
bomb In the hotel where they were staying They would not let doctors Injury In motor vehicle acci- pairs making calls the book "com

treat their wounds until after they had helped care for 58 Americansand dent. .. . . ,24 2. necessary.Always leave at easy to read, highly

one Australian who had been injured. These four nurses becamethe Number of ViolationsThis window open a crack and enlightening .
first women In the armed forces to receive the Purple Heart for car. book can be purchased for

Injuries caused by hostile action In VIet-Nam. Week . . .54 3.; 'Stop get out, and at most Navy Exchanges
On the occasion of the 64th anniversary of the Army Nurse Corps, Speeding . .. . ,14 some fresh air if mall for $1.50 from Navy
a tribute Is due to nurses of all branches of the armed forces for Reckless Driving . 3 your passengers you feel 2201 M St., N.W., Wash

their tireless devotion to duty. They play a vital role In caring for Going through Stop Sign. . 2 D. C. 20037. ___
the lives of servicemen protecting our nation. (AFPS) Other Violations. . 35
) Twenty-two drivers appeared
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat

Beginning Russian the meeting held on January J.AX AIR NEWSThe

25. Disposition of the cases Include .
the following: seven lost
A course of study In Beginning Many who have successfully com- and
driving parking privileges a- JAX AIR
Russian Is currently being offered pleted this course have found it of board station for various NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
periods
; distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,
by the C&E Office to Immediate benefit. Several have
officers and enlisted personnel been selected for study at the one was hour assigned to complete an Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
eight In remedial
course
Expert instruction In the spokenand Naval Intelligence School; others private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR
written language as well as have been employed as Interpreters. driving Instructions at NATTC; NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
two were assigned to completea Box 2
,
insight Into Russian mores, customs You are urged to take advantage six hour course In remedial NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
and history are offered by of this fine opportunity publication. News items are welcomed for all sources-
driving at Jacksonville Police
Russian-born Professor Gregori enroll today. Interested per- Telephone EV 9-7711 1, Ext. 8162.
Academy; eight were given sus-
Glass. The class, which con- sonnel may obtain further information pended penalties; two received Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
_ ... venes on Monday and Thursday by contacting the NAS warnings; five dismissed; ana concerning, such should be directed to the Holt Publishing
evenings at 6 p.m. for three hour JAX CI&E Office, Ext. 618/8556. five were referred to command- Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida-
sessions:: Is held In the testing A new class will begin February Ing officers for possible discip- Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271.
room first deck of Bldg. 955. 15, 1965. Registration will be linary action.
There are no fees, and no requisites accepted in the C &E Office until Eight drivers were assessed a VOL. 22 N0 46 JANUARY 28, 1965

but a desire to learn. 4 p.m. February 15, 1965. total of 20 Traffic Points.



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Most of us, under various company plans, are sparedthe "Blue Cross & Blue Shield are good anywhere you
necessity of having to consider and choose a health could possibly get transferred."

care plan, every year. That decision is generally made
"Drugs and antibiotics and lots of other hidden
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charges are nearly always taken care of by Blue
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every year! Their overwhelming choice is Blue Cross Cross.

& Blue Shield. "If a Federal Employee's family earns under $7500a

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"Under Blue Cross's Federal Employee Plan you If you are a Federal Employee, go to your Insurance

get 365 days in a semi-private room paid in full Officer or the Personnel Manager at your location for
that's why we changed." complete details. If you don't come under this program

"I've been telling all my friends about to make a call the Blue Cross & Blue Shield office listedin

decision under their Federal Employee Programhow your yellow pages. They will be glad to explain the

much Blue Cross paid when we had the baby many programs available to individuals, families and

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New Auto-Marine Health Benefits
1'- The Civil Service Commission
Center Opens Here has announced awideopenseasonfor
employees who are eligibleto
Segrave's Service Center and Marina featuring a unique participate in the Federal Em-
I to automotive-marine service and boat sales] will ployees Health Benefits Pro-
grand opening this weekend it was announced by the gram.During.
man and-Grace Rogers. and is housed In a the period Feb. 1
The new facility is located on modern concrete, steel and through 15 an eligible employeewho
U.S. 17 South at the Ortega River structure designed by is not registered to enroll l
gers to meet the special may register for enrollment In
= of the organization. The the plan and option of their choice. r
1JtRJ gPlf ing is constructed on five In addition, any employee who is
and includes complete] enrolled may change their enroll-
vice area and: garage, ment from one plan or option to ,
.1). rage, marine and: outboard another, from self only to self MR. A. A. ARANEO, Director of layout Display and Technical
SEE PAGE 12 AND service department, large and f am lly or from self and family Division of the Navy Ship's Store Office, and Mr. H. A. Rutledge
YOU'LL KNOW WHYI! display area fronting, busy to self only. enrolled and do of the Navy Exchange, met with Captain J. R. Mackrolh, CO of
boats If are now
1'1for
showing new you
NAS, to inform the captain about various improvement projectsfor
RIVERSIDECHEVROLET wet covered or open H&M not want to change your regis-
seventy-five boats up to tration, no action is required.To the exchanges. Mr. Araneo, who was instrumental in the ex-
four feet long. be considered "timely filed" pansion of exchange facilities in Bldg. 27, came to NAS tar to discuss
Gus Wetherington has during the open season, a Health these projects, in progress and being planned, with Navy
Form Officer, Cdr. T. E. Stevenson.
CEDAR HILLS named Sales and Service Benefits Registration Exchange
and Ed LaMotte will serve (Standard Form 2809)) must be
assistant.Racing filed] no later than Feb. 15.
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II I The Driver Education course aboard HAS Jax has taken on a new t
Y tl 0s look with the addition of a simulator which Rear Admiral Robert h

F .. I' Goldthwaite, Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville, and Captain John

1<. MacKrotn reviewed last week.
training, housed in the trailer Is
The simulator, housed In a
designed to test and aid the reaction -
trailer, was purchased by the drivers IncommondrlvIng -
Navy and given to NAS Jax. It
situations. A student sits In
Is located on the parking lot
one of the 12 seats provided In
adjacent to Bldg. 702, the build-
s the trailer and watches a movie
.v Ing where classroom lectures
j fti are on the screen In front of him.

a held.Twenty On the screen, different situa- _
four people from 4
tions are pictured, running the .
various commands are attend-
gamut from heavy traffic situa-
ing the school now, includingseven El
tions to freeway driving. A brakIng :
who have had no previous
training In driving. Prior to the situation suddenly appears on tr___ 1
the screen, which causes the stu-
_
1t:1 arrival of the simulator In
early
dents tb apply their brakes. As
January, 60 sailors had
com- the students their brakes
apply or
: pleted this driver education
react In other ways,such as turn-
course utilizing the driver train-
Ing the wheel accelerating,
Ing simulator at Forrest High
School. turning on turn signals, etc. an
electronic device connected to the
The present course is 45 hours 12 simulators -
automatically records
frNW long; 30 hours of classroom the actions. The Instructor
H 'I study, 12 hours In the simulator -
r then has recordings which he reviews -
and three
hours actually
to measure the progress of
i driving. students, spot and correct mis- '
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; STRENGTH Navy Begins Chang SurveyThe

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f' In the number of forward float- Navy Area Wage and what changes, If any, have occurred j
Classification Office has notified In the local labor
mar- POWEll
Ing depot ships and largescale, PLYMOUTHPresents
procurement of the sweptwing F- Naval Commands in the Jacksonville ket since the last full-scale sur- :

111 and the new A-7 Navy attack Area that a wage change vey In January of .1964.
aircraft. survey has been ordered t b.y the. The effective date of the new j

"we will also begin construc- Office of Industrial Relations, schedule of wages, If warranted

tion of four new nuclearpowered Washington, D. C. and started on based on data obtained In this
January 13. survey, will be no later than 45
attack submarines and-10 new
c destroyer escorts," the Presl- This survey Is being conductedby days excluding Saturdays and .1
dent added. "And we will continue the Area Wage and Classi- Sundays following the order date, THE ROARING W

I': to develop a much smaller fication Office with cooperationby but may be effected sooner. I
the Bureau of Labor Statis
:.; more efficient nuclear power What will today's children be I 4 new kinds of Plymouths 60 new performers in sill
plant for possible use in our future tics.The able to tell their children they
: aircraft carriers." wage change survey Is did without?

Supporting his statement on the being conducted to determine Russell(Kan. News...
.
.'. strength of U. S. military forces, j
; : the President pointed out that:

Strategic nuclear power on
.
s. alert has Increased threefold In

four years; tactical nuclear power '
has been greatly expanded; 65 FURY

forces have been made as ver- The biqqvct plusbMt ,
satile as the threats to peace are P1Ym..ral 4

various; special forces have been

expanded eightfold; combat- I
ready Army divisions have been

Increased by 45 percent;: the Ma- say 'BELVEDERE

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15,000 men; cur airlift capacityhas I "
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f Notes CPO qyh B lueirt; el.I 28 Inn "0" \Club, J'J Acey Docfeycj| ||L,

Thursday, January
*;
Thursday, January 28
Thursday, January 28 Carl Boyd& Rhythm Kings 8:30- Thursday,
January
28
Thursday, January 28 Happy Hour 3:30.6 p.m.
Homemade Goodies Night 11:30 p.m.Friday Dinner 6- 9 p.m. ":'J9 Happy Hour 4:30. 6:30 prh
Pizza Night January 29 '
Friday,January 29 Friday, January.29 ':T. Friday: January 29
Caribbean Cruise Friday January 29 Phil Cay & Charnels 9 -1 a.m. Happy Hour 3:30.6 p.m., i 'VI"" Dick''' Strock &: Spot Lighters
Saturday, January 30 Dance to Mark Castle Saturday, January 30 Dinner! 6 9:30 p.m. *' al. 8:3012:30, a.m.,
Saturday, January 30 Music by Charlie Jay 8 -124.[ ;, ;) .1
Record Request Night March Wilson 9-1 a.m. j .Saturday, January' 3Q
.
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'II. '. -Dance to Charlie SaturdayJanuary 30
: Jay
31
Sunday, January Carl Boyd& Rhythm Kings
Sunday, January 31 r'i v nfv'! ' 8:30-
Vespers -Cootiettes ,,., Sunday, January '31 Carl Boyd& Rhythm Kings 8:30- Dinner 6 9:30 p.m. 12:30 a.m.Sunday.
8:30 -
Music Sophista-Kats
by
Dance to Phil Cay 11:30 p.m.Monday. January 31
Monday, February 1 12:30 a.m.Sunday.
Announced Monday, February 1 February 1 January 31 Mark' Castle Combo 8:30: .
Game Pizza 2 for 1 Night 11:30p.m.
Night
2 Ribs'
Tuesday February Buffet 6-9 p.m. Prime
Game Night ,: Tuesday,,f, brujyy| : 2 '1;', Tuesday, February 2 of Beef *' '."'", Monday, February 1
.
Open Happy Hour 5.7 p.m. Monday, February 1 Happy Hour 4:30630 pun.
Wednesday, February 3 '
Disc Jockey Show Wednesday, February 3 Wednesday, February 3 Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. Tuesday, February 2
Open Game Night 8 p.m. Dinner 6-9 p.m.Tuesday Game Night at 7:30: p.m. with
band to follow.Wednesday.
assCHURCH February 2
February 3
of CHRIST
Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m.
5223 WESCONNETT BLVD. VP-45 Wives discussed for the new year. The (Mexican) Movies sports 8 p.m.
NEAR NAS next meeting will be held Feb.
JUST OFF TtMUQUANA RD. Patrol Squadron 45 Enlisted 17th at 10 a.m. in the Blue jackets Wednesday, February 3
Wives Club met Wednesday Inn and all interested wives are
SUNDAYS: morning for acoffeeandbusinessmeeting Family Night 6-9 p.m. Fried CLEAN ROOM
invited to attend. Chicken nAt
10:00: A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP at the Bluejackets Inn. (Continued From Page 1))
11:00: A.M. WORSHIP New officers for the next six We must not heap our plates too the end of the, art;, periodthe
6:00: P.M. EVENING SERVICE months were elected as follows: high, very young assistant to the tory prior to entry by personnel ,
WEDNESDAYS: Mrs. Pauline Biggs, president; To keep in men's good graces; Nursery School teacher was and all parts, equipment, 1
7:30 P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE Mrs. Dee Gray, vice-president; Remember, all those extra checking the drawings of the four and material are cleaned before '
and Mrs. Kathy Page, sec-trea scoops, year olds.Pausing. entry to prevent contamination of
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ThVC' #86 dent of NW.gtax #$((6:; Mrs. John : ,, v .
Movies i' (
.
Damon of Jax #86 tt .
Navy Wives Club Jax #86 held and Mrs.Thomas Bennett,cur
their annual installation dinner- rently serving as National Pin
dance last Saturday evening at Chairman of Navy Wives Clubs of Movies will be shown regularly
the Seminole Hotel America. at 7 p.m. Monday through Sat-

Chaplain John Abucewtcz installed Other guests were: Capt. and urday. Ads should be mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
the officers in a candlelight Mrs. John R. Mackroth.CO of the Mainside will have two feature Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
ceremony! Mrs.. Wllbert Naval Air Station Jacksonville. times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat- Tuesday 'for publication the 'following Thursday. Ads arriving -

Wagner, re-elected ,President, Cap,, Mackroth was the key urdays and Sundays. The hospital too late 'for this deadline will be published the'following -
will lead the club again this year; speaker for the evening. Capt. will have one feature on Sunday's week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .

MrS. Kendall Kerns,Vlce-P resident and Mrs:; Charles G. Strum, CO at 7 p.m. check or money order for the 'full cost of the ad must be
; Mrs. Richard Kredell Naval Air TacticalTrainlngCen- further NATTC Theatre is closed until received YWH(\ the copy for the ad. .'>l1fJt

Chaplain; Mrs. Thomas J. Ben- ter; Capt. and! Mrs. James R. notice. DO NOT SEND CASH -

nett, Parliamentarian; Mrs.John Compton, USN Ret. former CO of These are subject to change. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). .. . . .$1.00
Lee, Recording Secretary; Mrs. NAS Jax. Cdr and Mrs. Louis Klddee Matinee at Mainside Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.35
Larry Burgess, Treasurer and A. Menard, Executive Officer of Theatre, Saturday, 2 p.m.

Mrs. Charles Yeager. Corresponding the Naval Air Station and Lt and Thursday, January 28' -- -- -- -- -- -- -

Secretary.Mrs. Mrs. Kevin Nielsen of Cecil
John Damon sang the Field. Mainside Magnificent Ob- SINGER AUTtJtfATJC'CONSOLE FOR RENT UNFR APT -

Lord's Prayer, accompanied by Mrs. John Lee acting for Mrs.J. session Rock Hudson Jane MODEL guaranteed pay $62.00or Kit. equipd, 2 bdr, large attic
Mrs. Robert Weeks. Buckman Points Chairman Wyman reliable party can pay $8. a fan 3245 Post St. Call 388-

The Navy Wives had as their who was unable to attend, gave Hospital Gold Finger Sean mon. Sewing machine Zig-Zags, 9013.

honored guests, Mrs. Kenneth the Awards to the members that Connery, Gert Forbe makes button holes, sews on buttons -

Smith, National Vice-President had earned them for volunteer etc. Call 353-1946 (dayor
of Navy Wives Clubs of America; club work. The Y.M.C.A. award Friday, January 29 night) Will deliver, no obligation. 15 USED RECONDITIONED TV's
went to Mrs. Robert Ellings. TheClub's A-l Sewing Machine Co. Most any make & size. Guaran-
Oaks Southeast
Mrs. George Regional Mainside Thrill of it All -
teed & terms. Call Chuck 389-
Vice-President of NWCA; award was presented to Doris Day, James Garner
Mrs. Murray Dykes,President of Mrs. Wllbert Wagner. Mrs. Hospital Man in the Middle- 367L
Navy Wives Club Mayport ###201; Thomas J. Bennett presented the Robert Mitchum, France Nuyen FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto
Mrs. Richard Middle ton. Super- sunburst pin to Mrs. Larry Bur- NAS $50. down $50. month.
for havtngservedtwoyearsconsecutively Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- GALAXIE '60-4 dr,6cyl, radio,
visor of the Navy Wives Nursery gess
on the Board. Mrs. Saturday, January 30 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. new tires, ext clean, one owner.
; Mrs. Billy Gill, Past National -
P and D Chairman Mrs. Kendall Kerns received a ten- Mainside Pajama Party Excel cord. 675. or best offer.

k Henry Wernet, Past National Pin members pin and Mrs. Jesse Tommy Kirk, Annette Fun- 388-4887.
!y Chairman and Jr. Past Presi Bush a five-members pin. cello UNFURN. APT FOR RENT -
Hospital Magnificent Ob- I Blaming Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 BR

i B B session Rock Ilidson Jane Kit. Equip. 3 ml NAS $115 maOwner FOR SALE AIR CONDITIONER-
I Wyman 7718697. 12,600 BTU, 220 Volt, like new,

' ROOSEVELT Klddee Matinee Name Not $150. 7718743.
MALL Available DNTWN JAX FURN APT-

557 Oak. 3 rms,plus bath,$12.50
or $50. mOo pi utiL Adults only. WEDDING OFF 3/4 carat engagement -
Y Sunday, January 31 EV 89886. ring & matching dia-
CAR WASH I
Mainside Godzilla Vs TheI mond band, appraised & papersat

I Thing Japanese cast FOR SALE Inc. Prop.. duplex $700. Yours for $350. 389-

OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30: AM-6PM: Hospital Thrill of it All 3-plex, 4-plex, 3 mi. NAS $115 0198.
Doris Day, James Gamer mo. Owner 771-8697.
SUNDAY 8:30: AM 1:30: PM \ .
Monday, February; 1 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 6
LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALL SHOPPING CENTER
" ON ROOSEVELT BLVD. Mainside Of Human Bondage ORANGE PARK Split level, 3 rm. house, air cond.,3 bdr, built-
Kim Novak, Laurence Harvey bdrm, 2 1/2 bath Central A/C, in kit; $69. per mo., includingtaxes

EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY Hospital Pajama Party Den Patio. Owner 2646186. & ins. small dwn paymt.
Tommy Kirk, Annette Funi- 1st paymt March 1, VA-FHA,
cello Owner 7715192.

FREE AUTO WAX APPLIED HOME FOR SALE Ortega Hills
Tuesday, February 2
WITH CAR WASH! 7449 Greenway Dr., 3 or 4 bed-
Mainside Seven Faces of Dr. rms., 2 baths, large wooded lot, USED GE WASHER DRYER -
Lao Tony Randall Barbara cent air cond and heating, like Combination. Good condition.

Eden new, only 9 man old, $20500; Terms. Call Cliff 3893672.
Hospital Godzilla Vs The $3,500 down. CALL: 3887889.

Thing Japanese cast
57 DODGE 4 dr. Auto/trans,

p Wednesday, February 3 R&lits beautiful gold color,
FISH CAMP FOR LEASE 5
VANDERBILT TIRES
will take $200. dn. Call 387-
. Mainside Dr. Strangelove mL west of Yulee, 2 ml So.
:3075 or come by 5013 San Juan
i Peter Sellers, George C. Scott A-l-A at Boggy Creek, four
"PROVEN FOR MILEAGEQUALITYPRICE"AUTO Ave.
3 Hospital Of Human Bondage existing bldgs. launching ramp,
CENTERS TO SERVE YOU Kim Novak, Laurence Harvey approx. 1 1/2 acres on water.

As Is $100 mo. or will remodelfor
OAK HILL PARK 5665 human

NO iiiwJyii1stQUALITY K : j: day or suitable night. tenent. EL 4-0193 3 bedrm 2 bath, air conditioned

home. Call 771-1833 eves and

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ROLLER REAL ESTATE Information
24 MONTH 36 MONTH : on
UNCONDITIONAL UNCONDITIONAL sales, purchases, equities, or
VENETIA MANOR bedrooms
GUARANTEE GUARANTEE FHA VA homes, call WalterT. ,
BlACKWAlL WHITEWALL Bowen, USN Rtd. Charter 2 baths. Separate dining rooms
SIZE EACH SIZE EACH Real Estate Co. 387-6511 or and den. 2 car garage. Central
heat and air. Large wooded lot.
600.13..10.13 600.13..I5.U 387-2851 at night.
1 650.13.. ...... 11.13 650.11. .... ... 16.33 $22,900, low assumption. Call
100.11. .. .... IUI 700.13..17.3.1. 7 and music hathUff 384-2972.
all
750.1......... I.II! 750.1.. ... .... 11.61 for the litcretflrnu
': 100.1.. ... .... 11.11 100.1.. ....... 1t.61 _1 11 a e perfect dote. time on INSURANCE LOW RATES
ISO.I". ..... 15.U $50.11.. ....... 21,72650.IS. mat sport 'IItlPtuJ'' 8tetlora For safe drivers, S R 22's filed BUYING A CAR? Purchase
. .. .. I.U 950.14.. .... ... 25.46 I 11 nod .hol,... meets base requirements, your
.... ... next car from a retired Navy-
670.15 .. .1.11 670.15. 15.0. monthly terms, for fast courteous
710.15.... .. .. lo.n 710.15. .. ..... 16.47 r. service through Independent man and save. Call Myers 816L
760.15. ... 12.n 760.15. ..... .. 17,94 s' S
Add 1.50 'for IlewlIs 120.15. ........ 22.62 Agent.
ROBINSON AGENCY 354-6191
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deal depends on keeping the mouth

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1855 CASSAT AVE.
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AA/W> PHONE 384-6687 389-0574, JAX. You'll find a smile quite healing.It .

MAIN STREET CEDAR HILLS SOUTHSIDE In a wreath around
l7thft.Kw.il 3504 BU.4ig BI.J. 32. Ftiilipt Hikw.' "Jacksonnllc Newest grows
EL 4.9051"SANDY" (C.da "|C."..,) FL92MS"Acntl the teeth
HASP 6866 .. Most Modern Rink"
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fnm PI M P
CROSSO, OPEN MON..WED.-FRI. OPEN FRIDAY'TIL 9 P.M. USED TV CLEARANCE 10 to And preserves the face from con
MGR. Tilf PM Sat & Sun Mat. 2:30-7:30: : choose from. $25.00 and
CARROLL CRIBB. M.' up. gealing.
i OPEN DAILY t 'TIL 6 P.M. ERNIE CRIBS, M.,. Open 7:30: PM 10:30: PM Daily Phone 3872121.
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I i Weather facility; New Unit At NAS <. ;. : 4 i



... \.. "", _rr::' ''',;, < '.. .. -L l lI

While the Naval Air Station Jacksonville Is one of the biggest
I military bases in the sunny South it still has room for cm more a tik rl
activity which In this case Is the Fleet Weather Facility with Commander
I II J. W. KIdd at the helm as acting Officer In Charge.The .
s Fleet Weather Facility
previously located In Miami,
Fla., relocated Dec. IS, at NAS
Jax and their new.home In Bldg.

\I tI 118.The facility Is under the command A y f1a

:! of ClnLantFlt and: the support -
control of the Chief of Naval $b

Operations.Their mission'Is to Initiate action .' ,rn
1
I for :


{ TELETYPEJanH.nault,AG AN, timely untie ing of : : X

:
starts the teletype which'transmih Mexico.ther J. W. Kidd, OinC f' ...:
weather in this area to all from up 100% B. E. Spears, AG2, and J. R. Holmes, AG2,
.military units in the U. S. lira to and surf as may be oath for re-enlistment from Cdr. Kidd, becoming the first
!iE The by the Department of enlist in the Fleet. Weather Facility. With no one getting out
: wee local Prepare radiological yet, this gives the facility 100% reenlistment.vices .
and
.1. BY / use of : warnings
\", .'.fl kar. meteorological. and with other'Weather and full weather forecast
mile : communications agencies. Jacksonville area which is
unit also cooper
_
i.; 't,. sources other commands on They make and: transmit sur- available at anytime to
.' ships matters and pro- face weather observations on a di41n exL 555.
and: meteorological routine basis .as a, :designated '
: \\:1i: :.. respons and shore activities weather observing ''station, and 0 .r '
They
and provide re- they provide meteorological w. ur
'J. high training for qualified port to NATO forces.
or
personnel They They provide meteorological
iJ mana
f.\f$ and render advice and support for the "Plan for Inter-
St.. provide on meteorological departmental Cooperation In Support -
AIR TO GROUND communication services to ships afloat In the of Tropical Cyclone Fore-
is operated by D. T. Rodes, A few cast Services In the Atlantic r'
RM2 as he talks to a VW-4 air- which Ocean Caribbean Sea, and the
craft giving weather Informa chide; Gulf of Mexico Areas." Today"P
tion. This radio can be used to ashore The Weather Facility coordin-
talk to any aircraft over the At ates with designated fleet unitsIn
lantic. the conduct of hurricane reconnaissance -
..
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and exercise operational -
I U control of hurricane reconnaissance -

__ aircraft assignedfor
r this purpose. They conduct
studies and evaluations of hurricane -
WEATHERV1SION1..
and
forecasting analysis
problems Including preparationof bright, AG2, prepares
RD."f annual hurricane summaries.The servation board for local
Facility also prepares a ervision broadcast.The .
WEATHER INFORMATION At the Pilot
AG1, briefs pilot C. R. Baker, Slick NARTU SEMINAR
weather conditions. I
(Continued From Page 1))
MAP tCdr. T. J.
and P. D. Bogert, AG2, of AeroJetGeneral Corporation seminar members
maps for research on whose corporate offices are located vided into groups of three
ATTENTION ,ALL .
cyclones. In'Azusa, Calif. Mr. Hanis people with -related
nationally known as"Mr.Value Each group has twq or
request, the Weather Engineering of the West Coast" jects which are genuine
THE RED B will prepare cllmatolo- LtCol. John Barricklow and requiring solutions.
which be de
can MaJ. Curtis Godwin of the Air range from administrative
data available locally. Force Institute of Technologyhave work to design
NOW LOCATED which cannot be pre been attending as official complex weapons systems.
WESCONNETT NEAR the requirements observers. Mr. Robert Bussler, This Tuesday, the
to the Director, head of the Reliability EngineerIng members Inspected the
HIGH Weather Service. The Branch of BUWEPS, was on Orlando Plant at :!
also coordinates naval
hand to deliver an address on the Florida.

IS MOVINGTO _communications- ser- _opening t day.. .-__._____ to The date success has been of so the

that WEPTU 741 has
quested by BUWEPS to
: 7700 year.program several times

OUR NAME WILL BE :


MR. D's BAR-B- peals Politics togambkrs.is a gamble :

STEAK .n 4 A ten have built-in
fenses as well as
law practices to fall
But failure Is a test of
WATCH FOR !
ter. It is a strong man
ten a happy one who,
OPPOSITE FLEET defeat, stands erect again
build his pulverized
NEAR COLLINS career or a local
BRIEFING Cdr. Kidd on the wind warnings in this area is A. H. machine.

Myers, AGCS. Science



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ASW training. Cdr V. K. Ben Rdbcrt W. Kelky. PN1. was peak of Ctnstanding.as evidencedby
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1 !: :> Special I ;Notice lax.JNGvy" .Aatl"r


i League Games For SwimmersSwimming Wins; Two ,


Tickets Ire now on sale for lessons for dependents From Cecil ,
.1.
three Major League games April will start at the NAS
2 and 8' at the Suns Stadium. Indoor Pool Wednesday, Feb- o F k P
April 2 the Chicago White Sox ruary 17, and will be held each The Jax Navy "cagers" took fc *
vs. the Cincinnati Reds at 7:30 Wednesday after that. twogames from NAS Cecil Field TROPHY y"NNERS'ln' ( Intramural Ironman Sports Program are:
p.m. April 8th the Los Angles Further Information: can be obtained -: this past week-end,77-70 and 87- (L to RJ) Cdr. J. T. Kosnik, Bowling Champs 'frank:VP.5; Copt.J.
Dodgers vs.theJacksontllleSuns by contacting CommanderK. : 64.In Washington Volleyball Champs 'from O&R; Capt. J. R. Macltrom,
at 1:30'p.m and under the lights E. Snyder,FAW-11Ext., 8548. Friday nights 17-70 winDlck NAS CO, who presented the awards; Cdr. W. H. Frick, Executive
on April 8th at 7:30 pirn the New Marks of the Hospital was the he Officer of' FICEUR, who accepted the Ironman trophy for FICEUR
York Yankees vs. the Milwaukee high scorer for Jax Navy as (FICEUR has won this award for the second consecutive time);
dumped in 17 points, followed by
Braves. "The way my husband acts 'from C. t. Wins-
Football VP.7
A. D. Umphfres' AMHC, Champs, ;
whenever he thinks he is sick Fred Kloman also of the Hospitalwith
Tickets for all three of these 16 and Chuck Austinof lette, PNC, Golf Champions 'from Admin.; Lt. H. F. Hughs, Handball .
points
me wife confided to another, "Idon't *
exhibition games are now avail FICEUR with 14 points. Champions 'from FICEUR; and Cdr. P. B. Derr, Ping Pong and
able. For reservations or more know whether to call the
of Cecil Field the Tennis Champions from ComFairJox.
information call the Suns' officeat doctor or a dramatici'critic. Briggs was
353-4307. Nuggets.Clievrolet high scorer for the game with

18 Jax points.Navy led at half time 45- "

33. S. RTa
{ Sy:
J@lurruDEIH] } Saturday nights game ended .
with a 87-64 total in favor of
Jax Navy. Jax also led at half
time, 39-27.
High scorers for Jax Navy
were: Kloman -- 25 points Service Wives Intramural
Marks -- 16 points, and Aus-
tin with 14 points.
Leading the Cecil Field team BowlingDonna } BowlingSixtyone
was Windness with 21 counters.
CHEVROLET in Jacksonville This Friday evening, January Jacob's bowling for the teams have enteredthe
29, the Jax Navy "Cagers" will Tornadoes, rolled the high set Spring Bowling Leagues of
DOWNTOWN- play the ComFairJax tournament 496 and the high game 198,in the the NAS Intramural program as of
winners, HATWING-ONE from Service Wives Bowling league the organizational meeting held
924 LAURA ST. at ORANGE NAS Sanford, at 8 p.m. this past week. At I recently January 20.
Clair Pearson, 'also' from the Any "keglers" that have not
Tornadoes, converted a 5-6-10: entered a team as yet and who
split. : T intend to should contact Frank
The league standings are: McCaffrey, NAS Athletic Director -
SEGRAVES SERVICE CENTERAND Blizzards 1 I 46-22 at Ext. 585 as soon as possi-
Tornadoes 43-25 ble. The deadline for entries
Hurricanes ; 31-37 has been tentatively set for Feb-
MARINA Monsoons 29-39 ruary 3.League.
4669 ROOSEVELT BLVD. AT ORTEGA RIVER PH Typhoons ; 27-41 action is slated to get
389-1161 '
Cyclones 25-43 underway by February 15, pro-
viding the new bowling lanes have
Old timers remember when 15 been completed. If they have not
cents was a generous tip Insteadof there will be a two week delay
an Insult. with the starting date com-
Olin Miller mencing on March L



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Many SPECIAL VALUES during the Opening including: convenience. Same-day service.
-$25.00 Morin. CREDIT CERTIFICATE with every Boat sold during opening
GATES& FIRESTONE TIRES-2nd TIRE-HALF PRICE 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN
RANOY GRIPDECK BOATSHU reg.$6.95 SPECIAL 5.79 ('for men&women)
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28. 1965
JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 11'I

Stephens President; J. A. Moy-
Wav0sBowling: ; nahan ,OfR. 'yjce-PresMent; P.
'I NA TTC A*Patsch, SK2Secretarytreasurer ; -
POPtS ; and K. F. LeljedaL SN, '
CE
.- Sargeant-at-Arms. The council : YOU oM OUING,
also consists of the W RK S
team
Support cap-
Services
Basketball 1-2 'The Waves Bowling League began -
A 01#1 tains from the six participating lSO E f'NING
(Navy) 1-3 their 1965 season as mem-
}JAD! Support kept their. un- AOI# ( bers of the teams. WA Ir f0R rl:
record In this ;s Navy) 1-3 Women's International -
bean league play MAt- High game from the January
0-4 Bowling Congress, making
lasrweek with a 61-48 tromping 20 "kegler" action went to J.
of Support Services i fi ,,1I,(;op tain* Cup )1964 them and eligible for tournament play A. Moynahan YNL with a 193
MAD5# Is keeping pace with For the second straight year trophies. Also participating and Ens C, Mi Stephens took
them .by, ,beating .ACtfl Navy by the Marine' Aviation Detachmenthas the In the Waves new and WIBC Nurses league from, will the be high handicap game! with *' 29L
the score of 79-42. Both MAD won the NATTC's' Captain Team standings for the leagueare
hospital command.In !.
Support and MAD5 have per- Cup. as follows:
accordance with the
fect 3-0 records to date. Total points for MAD was 714 of rules Alley Cats 3-1
WBC an Executive Council
Other games played saw SUp- to 642 for runner-up AE Navy. Tats 3-1
was elected to establish the laws
port Services win over MADAOby Support Services was third with Pin Heads 3-1
of
the s pre of 55-44 and AE 212 points followed by last place league competition. Officersto Strike Outs 1-3 .-"" .....
the council are: Ens. C. M. -
Navy walk Ver-MAD-ae 62-30. AO Navy with ,123 points. Le Lagnap % I. 1-3 ::a.-
Basketball standings as of January Bavarians 1-3

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First round play in the Station fr'1 5i that you

Military Championship is
scheduled for this weekend, January -
30-31. This event Is for LOOKf
active duty personnel assigned to youdon'tenjoy
units based on board NAS Jax.
AU matches will be match playin i THESE FINE USEttGARS I II ,
flights of sixteen with prizesfor

the winner and runner-up of I WED I IN OR borrowing
each flight. The entrance fee Iso
dollar. Call extension 8157

for further details. 65 FORDS) !

The weekly "Blitz" ,was won .
by Frank Dyer and his part-
ners Bill Maranville and Earl
Pearson. This fine threesome
finished seven under to win by
one stroke. Birdies were the DUVAL MOTORS
order of the day as at ]least one

except birdie was fourteen.scored on each hole SAN JUAN LOT RIGHT OFF ROOSEVELT (That's why we give


The Women's' Club Champion such fast service.)
ship Is slated to start on April 65 FORD GAlAXIE.$3395 63 FORD CORTINA....$1095 you
6. All female members of the 4 dr., hardtop, V-8, autoStand.. shift, heater. ,
golf course with established trans., power steer and
eighteen hole handicaps 'are eli brakes, factory air cond., 62 FORD GALAXIE. .. $1295 Don't ever think we're rushing you through when you
gible. There's plenty of time for 4800 miles, new car war- 4 dr., hard top, V-8 auto/ stop in at C.I.T. for a loan to pay bills..to travel...
you newcomers and,beginners to ranty. trans., R&H. or meet personal problems. The reason you'll find us
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handling application so
your :
the fun. 62 DODGE DART . .$1395
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loan. (There 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to
2 dr. are over
TAKE YOUR CAR, 4 speed, R&H.
WITH YOU? ::63 THUNDERBIRD.$2995Loaded coast where you'll get the same zippy service.)
For Financing And Insurance including factory air 62 ECONOLINEBUS.$1295
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representingGOVERNMENT 63 CHEVY. . .. .. $1995 Auto/trans., R&H. CASH YOU O.T
EMPLOYEES Station wagon., V-8, auto/
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) ,,. ,". :'""'AA""i":'; ..'. ..'{' ,. Navy Signs UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
; t\ f," t ,
q :\ '
,
........'If'' .1...' !, New Coach
!, !, .I ,.11..... d> Annapolis Md. (AFPS) Wil-
'\ I
1 liam T. (Bill) Elias, 41, has been
named head coach of the U.S.
Naval Academy football team.
!S The former Virginia coach
j succeeds Wayne Hardln who resigned
In December.
wy
Elias, signed to a one-year j jI
contract had a 16-23-1 recordin I- j
his four years at Virginia.

I -v w
t
.w 1I

I I, FINAL ACTION in the Com Fair. .WetJoorotR.tt
\ .N Jax Bas.etball'taurnament saw 7fW

COMRECONATKWING ONE, < r Fit
NAS Sanford, defeat the USS -

Shangri-La, 65-57, inthedouble 103rd St. at Wesconnett Blvd
elimination tournament. Sanford We Wire FlowersPhone
will now advance to the
SP 1-3770 or SP 1-0250
NAVAIRLANT tournament in
Flowers
Norfolk. Clifton Haw.inlwith 17
points was high point man for For Every OccasionFREE
HAWAII KAI cur".; Lowly the Sanford team in the final DELIVERY mI
Polynesian Mri-Ung of Nne York victory. (Navy Photo by JEWELL J. SMITH CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER

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Auto/trans., R&H: Ivory,over! blacltrWSW.i
APPLIANCESand AND THE BEACHES 63 BELAIR WAGON. . .. ',I' .. .1., . .r.,. .$2095
). 4 dr., R&H, auto/trans., V-8, power steer.,factory air cond.,
s Ivory over green, WSW. | *' : ].

64 CHEVELlE WAGON. |n ... 0... < . : .$2795
Malibu, auto/trans., 4}cyl., pow;leering, R&H, factory
FURNITUREBROKERAGE FRITZ air cond., solid green with green interior. 0

64 IMPALA SPORTS SEDAN.j.I.} ., ,, . '1' .$2995
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: owner 63 IMPALA SPORT COUPE .. .. . . /., $2195
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ture & Appliances at lowest
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4 prices. TIRE m 63VOLKSWAGEN. . ... '. :.t. f t.I.. . $1495All
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Harold Parman Mayport vinyl speed Light green, ,
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FurnitureWE 63 IMPALA SUPER SPORTS .. .. . . .$2295
Auto/trans., V-8, power steer., R&H, Bucket feats, solid
FINANCE white with blue interior. :l'' ,

2110 W. BEAVER ST. SPEED EQUIPMENT 62 RAMBLER. s:. .. 'o ; :;.;. : .. . .j., : .$1295
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DRIVERS WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE USN LEMANS COUPE. ...) . 'j t.. . .$1395
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IMMEDIATE PROTECTION t I $$10. 61 COMET WAGON . ., . . .. . $995
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62 COMET. ..... . . . . . $1095
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Q THESE CARS SOLD AS IS

CONVENIENTPAYMENT 57 CHEVY WAGON. . . . . . .$345
ENGINE OVERHAUL auto/trans./ V-8,mech. good, good tires.
PLANS 59 ENGLISH FORD. . . . .*. . $395
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RATES AND INFORMATION BRAKE SHOES ANY U. S. CAR (Parts & Labor) 10.95 56 MERC. 2 dr., hardtop, auto/trans., V-8, R&H.

BALL JOINTS REPLACED (Parts & Labor) 29.95 .AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!

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