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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: April 29, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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VOL. 23 NO. 7 U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA PKYTlBRARY( APRIL 29, 1965
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Savings Bond "'IJ'. :::;:: .1 i IM"1"1"t.-if6' Naval Forces Increase, ,:


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Drive To ;;; :
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Begin May 1 1A L \ : ,., f c
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II' Ocean Shipping ActivitiesHonolulu i

person-to-person _
ings Bond drive which
called "The Star Q (AFPS) Secretary of Defense Robert S. Mc-Namara
W" 1!' '. has announced that the United States will Increase surveillance of
for
ings Plan 1965" will
nched this Saturday ,> North Vietnamese shipping activities with special emphasis on mea-
sures against ocean traffic. The announcement was made after a ;
years since the bonds '
Issued by the I ill two-day conference of the United States military and civilian stra- i

_. tegists at Pacific command head- j, J
partment.During this annual ....t quarters here.
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long campaign conducted v, .I Legal Seminar Plans were discussed to step .
civilian community and up Interdiction of Infiltration b X -:!
ed Forces, it Is hoped : ; sea, the statement said. No Indication -
greater Interest In the t Reps! To Tour was given when the step-
deduction method of up In activity against ocean supply 1
ings will be generated. lines would begin..
Edwin B. Nelson, Cape! KennedyThe "We must seek to overcome the

the Volunteer Committee strategic disadvantage the South
Metropolitan J seminar heldat Vietnamese have versus the Viet
legal being
covering six Northeast NAS Jax will have a changeof Cong In terms oftraditionalguerrUlatoguerrLUa -
counties for the bond ratios by add-
pace next Tuesday as representatives -
nounced "Savings to the conferences ing to the mobility and firepower ,
world's most widely held of these forces*' Mr.McNamara
and briefs will be "treated" to a
ties are designed w bugtour,pfjhe. NASA facilitiesat stated. It
ordinary saver and the "We are all aware the North I
Merritt Island and Cape Kennedy -
savings plan make thrift shingle. Vietnamese have increased their 4
this means easier and Infiltration In recent months of .'
The 92 Navy, Marine Corps,
tern at1c." both men and material,using both '
Guard Officers
Ribbon and Coast Reserve -
"Our drive this year attending the annual two- overland routes through Laos and
phasize the theme of also sea routes and over the beach
week seminar are utilizing this
patriotism'. The pr week for "refresher" lectures Into South Viet-Nam,"the Secretary F
Is evident In many Today with added."Several.
dealing military Justice.
the encouragement of weeks ago we captured
Included on the agenda with the
systematic savings, a large coastal vessel delivering -
bus of the
tour Cape next week j
and Quarters on Enterprise Avenue, thousand Into
ancial security In several arms
will
be of
< a tour theUSS FranklinD.
lizing effect on the 3)w will remain open all day long for Roosevelt.; A Bureau of Naval South VIet-Nam over the beaches.We j
patriotic aspect Is Just anyone Interested In seeing this Personnel presentation, and will seek to Interdict these
( ) new quarters. the South Viet-
dent In the affirmation briefs by District Legal Offi- routes assisting
In our country's future." The former Jr.BOQ and Waves cers will also be conducted duringthe nameseNavy': theSecretarysald.He 'j
Last year, Armed barracks has been refurbished second-week activities.Methodist said the United Sta.tesnaval
sonnel Invested more and improved so that the squad- forces would continue operate
million through the ron's 140 men are now living In outside territorial waters but that
deduction program.' the 70 rooms located in the build they will note and detect suspicious -
past six years the ing. The squadron has furnished vessels will follow them
roll Investors has drapes and bedspreads and several -' Lay will report them to the South Viet-
606,440 to 1,146,125 as other furnishings styled to namese Navy, who will follow
ed by the services. make the barracks more comfortable Leaders Hold them Into South Viet-Nam terri ,
and liveable. torial waters and Inspect them.

Helo See pictures and story on this Retreat HereNAS
new barracks on pages 6 and 7. Pal Day Set -

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Downed Jacksonville will play hostto
;;.;i r about 250 Methodist lay For Saturday
leaders tomorrow and Saturday
In AtlanticA during their: 8th annual Metho- At Beaches I
dist Retreat, It has been announced -
Methodist District -
NARTU Jax SH34J by LayLeader
ter lost power and Edward W. Gentry. All NAS Jax personnel and their
: Participating In the annual retreat families are reminded that the
Atlantic Ocean near
Saturday. The copters \ will be Dr. G. Ross Freeman beaches communities are placingthe
were participating In of the Chandler School of welcome mat out for the USO
ASW exercises. Theology at Emory University In Council oftheBeaches"PalDay"this
LThe I two pilots and ,- :-.; Atlanta, Georgia. Dr.Jesse Walker Saturday afternoon.
) of Armed Servicemen and
member left the District Superintendent Forces
Impact with the water the Jacksonville District of the dependents are Invited to free refreshments i
/ to safety. Both pilots Methodist Church will also address to be served at
the Beaches USO Club and free
the group during the ses- ,
ed up almost Immediately
J\ ther NARTU helo in the sions to be held In the All Saints rides at the Griffin Amusement
enlisted crewmember Protestant ChapeL Captain JohnR. Area. There will also be pony,.
up by a helicopter out Mackroth, Commanding Officer rides for the children.
port Naval StatIon. will greet the attendees and The communities of Neptune
then returned to of Captain Arthur C. Cat on. participate In the ceremonies a- Atlantic and JacksonvilleBeaches
Jax. when he reviewed this model long with Chaplain R. W. Rad- are giving free parking
(Continued on Page ) BEQ. cliffe. meter service for the day.




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Viet Nam Volunteers Chgp/cfins/ MessageBy

tt1 t ) t ':Ejl; (, rC: :

", Robert Witt

Show Faith In Ideals '"

SUNDAY May 2 through May 9 Is National Family Week and the week ends

Every American serviceman protecting his country's future today with the celebration of Mother's Day. During this week, families
of
should be made aware of the significance In the stories behind daily 8:00 a.m. Service Holy throughout the land are encouraged to renew their marriage vows,
Communion attend church together, plan family outings and, in general,
headlines concerning war in Viet Nam and marches In Washington.In Service of Divine get to
Viet Nam, Americans and South Vietnamese are fighting and dying 9:30 a.m. know and appreciate each other. a little more. Perhaps we should

every day In what has become a -'hot war," The putcome of this Worship School for have such Weeks more often thap once a year, especially for military -
struggle will foretell the future of.SouthEast Asia and quite possiblythe 9:30 a.m. Sunday 722 people, whose families are often separated due to orders,
free enterprise way of life throughoutthe, world. ages 3 through Service 16, Bldg.of Divine A happy marriage Is both an art and a skill it Is the productof
Meanwhile, college students, "tomorrow's "leaders," find time 11:00 a.m. certain good character traits, like generosity and maturity, combined -
from their studies to march 15,000 strong on the White House to Worship with determination and experimentation. If the home is to enjoy -
Protest the war In Viet Nam. What are they protesting? Demo- 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship stability, the people must be stable themselves. Yet the membersof

cracy? Freedom? Are they looking down their long scholastic- WEDNESDAY the family must be adjustable and flexible personalities. Self-

noses and claiming Americans are too good to die In Viet Nam for 4:30 Junior Choir Re-' sacrificing Individuals will always place the good of the family before -
the Viet Namese? Or do they march and sing to hide the fact they they hearsal p.m. their own selfish desires.

possess too little love for their country to leave their campus life 7:30 Senior Choir Rehearsal A happy marriage will produce happy children. The home Is a
and die In a war defending a way of life for which many of their p.m. school In which the children will learn respect for authority, gener-

fathers and grandfathers died? 12:00 Communion, osity, reverence for the opposite sex, courtesy and cooperation.
Throughout the Naval establishment, sailors and marines are volun- Also on all p.m. Holy Religious and moral convictions will grow In the character of young
Holy Days
teering to join their comrades In uniform in the struggle to win free- Catholic Services at St. Ed- people who witness these traits in their parents. Children are fabu-
dom from oppression. At NAS Jacksonville alone, nearly 200 sailors ward's Chapel NATTC and Naval lous Imitators, and must be provided the best of Images.
and marines have volunteered to leave this outstanding shore duty Hospital Several harmful traits can slyly creep Into a marriage and destroy
with all Its comforts and conveniences to take up the fight In Viet any happiness and contentment which ex Isted from beginning. These
Nam. In many Instances, these fighting men will leave their families SUNDAY MASS Include selfishness, pride, Immaturity and boredom. All "brownbaggers" -

to serve that long, lonely, perilous year. Some of them may find 6:30 a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital must be on the alert for the first sign of these dangers

early graves. 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Religion Is not a cure for unhappy marriages, but it is a safe-
What prompts these men to volunteer for the fury of war when Edward's Chapel guard and a powerful force for those marriages which want to be
they are comfortably established In a comparatively soft and assuredly happy. It Is more than a pious clique, "The family that prays
safe job now? Even more Important than that, what prompts DAILY MASS together, stays together."
these men to In when their fellow
yolunteer to participate a war,
11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel
countrymen and supposedly "Intellectual superiors" question the war
.j itself? MONDAY & TUESDAY '
>
MAV 1 is ...
Perhaps the answer' lies in the experience and indoctrination of
4:15 HallNATTC
King
the American fighting man who is taught that preservation of peace p.m.

and democracy Is the reason they wear the uniform of the American FRIDAY t(
fighting man. When all other courses of'action have failed to halt the "p
12:05 NavalHospital : tfDEMONSTRATE
cancer-like spread of aggression, then their job Is to halt the malignancy p.m.
with force. SATURDAY
Let America be thankful for the volunteers who will soon leave for
9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONS.SATURDAY
the jungles of Viet Nam, for ,If they are successful in their under-
takings, pacifists will maintain their right to march on the. White
House when Viet Nam is just another page in history.
7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before -
Masses

Service Libraries Are Basis Catechism Classes:Grade School ...-..

SATURDAY

For Professional, ReadingsNew 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities ALLEGIANCE TO YOUR THE AArv'E"
building 722
IDEALS OF DEMOCRACY...

York (AFPS) Armed Forces libraries are joining civilian )'DA"

.. libraries this week In observance of the Sixth National Library Week. .
'During this week of world-wide observance, library programs will Traffic ... r ,
Include guest speakers, displays, contests, remote pickup broad- 19)'A"A't
casts and telecasts from the libraries. ViolationsThe J
Libraries and books form the basis of continuing programs of
professional reading for each of the services. The programsare:
Army "Contemporary Military Reading Program," Air Force, "An following Is a report of DD pIo
Air Force Reading Guide (AFP-11-1)): Navy and MArine Corps, motor vehicle accidents and traf-
"Guide for Professional Reading of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps" fic violations for the period April j
and "Navy Reading Program." 18 through April 24.

The Directorate for Armed Forces Information and Education says Number of AccidentsThis
the ever-increasing technical needs of the armed forces and a con- Loyalty Day Reminds
sequent growing emphasis on knowledge and brainpower, demand a Week April 18 through April
matching growth in library functions.Many 24. . . . .7
library features that were unheard of a few years ago are Total Accidents this year through Us of Our HeritageOn
becoming commonplace today. Among these are: books In foreign April 24 . . 66

languages, recordings for language study, facilities for lesson studies Number of Accidents through July 18, 1958.
Congress designated 1 of each as
May
year
and April 1964 . . 90
specialized reference materials and services. These are Loyalty Day and requested the President to issue a proclamation
not standard in all armed forces libraries, but they are features of Number of Violations inviting the people o( the United States to observe each such day
the larger ones. with
appropriate
..... This Week . 58 Of ceremonies.
Speeding . . 15 demonstrate course, most Americans need no special day -occasioni to
Reckless Driving . 1 in the Constitution.their allegiance to the Ideals of democracy outlined

Going Through Stop Sign ... 6 Members of
Other Violations .. 53 ment the armed services, by the nature of their assign-
JAX AIR NEWS Forty-Two drivers appeared build, a display dally loyalty and devotion to duty which have helped
before the Traffic Hearing Board In his strong country based on democratic and just principles.
at the meeting held on April II Our proclamation of Loyalty Day, 1965, President Johnson states
nation's rise to Its unequaled position of and power
26. prosperity
Disposition of the Include
cases -
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper. was no accident of fate--nor
the was It achieved without costly struggle.
following: Eight lost
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, driving and Rather, the United States flourished because her people were so
Jacksonville, Florida, the Holt parking privileges a- dedicated to free
by Publishing
Company, a board the station for various government that they were willing to sacrifice their
private firm., ,All Copy submitted; use in the JAX( AIR iods Three per- lives and fortunes' at home or abroad, to our democraticpeople"
; were assigned to preserve
.NEWS must be forwarded to'the Service Information: Office, complete a six-hour course in re- institutions. The roll of our honored dead attests to the courage of our
Box'2, NAS Jacksonville,by i 12:00: noon.orj "' onday.before : the, .
media1'driving' at
.publication! News s itonis:',are \I 40' ::pll.sourcesJelephone'.EV'9.7711 .Police Jacksonville aJi1?? loyalty of our'people-'-thelr devotion to our nation
: : Academy; unswerving
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l/Ex' .8162. \
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. : v:'. : ,v I 'twenty=five were given suspended constitutlon--has rewarded us with a heritage of freedom
Advertisements are'solicited by the publisherandqueriesconcerning penalties; Seven were given never before! achieved by any civilization. We much cherish that
such should be directed ,to, the Holt,Publishing our sacred it for
warnings; Four cases were dismissed JdSikjfIU trust to enrich and preserve
t Company," 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville. 8, 'Florida, and five were referred our children's children."
Telephone 359-4040 or3590271. As Americans'and
I to Commanding Officers for pos reminder servicemen, Loyalty Day should serve as a
sible disciplinary action. of the t3ASk We all share--the task of assuring this freedom
I
and
VOL. 23NO. 7 APRIL 29 1965
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equality for
drivers "* beliefppOrt
Twenty-seven were and generations. Only through continued
assessed a total of 73 Traf- of our democratic government can the free
fic Points. Saving Of the world hope to prevail over Communism and iuen.J.j -
tactics (CAFPS)




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APRIL 29,. 1965 JAX AIR NEWS PAG&3 11
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Chess Tourney Officer 'l''

r h Begins SaturdayAt Japanese Completes



Seminole Hotel NATTC's Electrician's School :


Attention chess players and The Naval Air Technical here I have had a chance to seea
chess kibitzers[ : Training Center's Aviation Elec- great deal of this beautiful
Servicemen interested in chess trician's Mate Class "B" school state and I am sure I will missIt
are invited to participate, or lost an outstanding student whenLt. when I leave for Memphis."
r Mir I w wM watch, the First Annual Jacksonville Yasushi Suenaga graduated Lt. Suenaga joined the JMSDF
Open Chess Tournament to April 27. April 10, 1954. He also enrolledIn
be held this Saturday and Sunday Lt. Suenaga, a member of the the Japanese Defense Academyat
at the Seminole Hotel Japanese Maritime Self Defense Yokosuka April 10, and .'
ynp.Nly a Tournament registration for Force (JMSDF). enrolled In the majored In mechanical engineer-
the unrated five-round Swiss, AE "B" school under the Mutual Ing. After graduating from the ;
Harkness pairing System beginsat Defense Assistance Program In Academy In 1958 he entered the

VP-5 deployed in Sigonella Sicily, awarded 10 aircrewmen wings 8 a.m. in the hotel's ballroom. October 1964. JMSDF Cadet School at Etajlrita.:
and two Letters of Commendation to 12 men of' the squadron.Cdr. Play will be conducted In five Upon graduating he enrolled In From the Cadet School he was ( I
J. T. Kosnik made the presentation. F. H. Carr, SN, was com- rounds over the two-day period the helicopter school at NATTC, transferred to the Training Fleet \
mended for his duties while TAD to NAF MU, and V. C. Schmitt with[ the first[ three rounds being Memphis, Tennessee. He expectsto at Kure, Japan While serving a- s
received his letter 'for the way he completed his job while at limited to 50 moves in two hours; return to Japan In November. board the Training Fleet's des- t
NAF SS. The men are (L.R) F. H. Carr, SN, W. R. Kshir, ADJ3, the last two rounds will be 50 1965. troyer Shiklnaml he made his .
P. I. Collier, AX3, V. C. Schmitt, ADR3, A. E. Blah AX3, T. L. moves In two and one-halfhwrs. Lt. Suenaga said, "I have en- first[ visit to the U.S. !
Gilmore, AX2, J. E. Wooten, AX1 1, B. E. C. Kelly, AO1, J. E. Ever The Jacksonville Chess Club is joyed being In Florida. The cli- I
hart, AO1, M. F.Jones ADCM, and H. N. Warner, AXC. sponsoring the tournament and mate is very good during the 1
tourney directors Henry Buck- winter months. Since[ I Ihavebeen I
llelo Rescues Pilot man, Charles Cleghorn, Keith 1

Flight PayIncluded (Continued From Page 1)) Carson and R.L Murphy expect
of the best in === I
some players
The downed aircraft was piloted AI t
On Florida
to enter. _
by Lt. William Rempe,
There will be two divisions of
Next Pay Check: USNR co-pilot, of Lt.North Cmdr.Palm John Beach Farrell the play, one for those 18 and under _-= USED CARS ,

and an adult bracket. Six
USNR, of West Palm Beach and
and will be
trophies prizes givento
the crewmember T. L TIson (
Aviation pay will be Includedin the winners.
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ADRC, of Callahan.Lt. .
the next pay day on May 7 There is a six dollar entry -:::::= ... \
Vanlstendal USNR
T.G. DUVAL MOTORS
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provided flight certificates are fee for adults and a three dol- v 1
of Gainesville flew the NARTU
received at the Navy Finance Office lar fee for the junior players.For .
five before the helo while a A. Myers, ADRL.
working days advanced entries contact
BEST BUYS!
Com-
who received the Navy
pay day. Tom Simmons, 535 Lynwood 1
mendation Medal for his rescue
This requires April flight cer- Ave., Jacksonville. i iI
tificates tobe received In the NFOon efforts durlngtheHotelRooseveltfire SAN JUAN LOT I
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the hoist. (
operated rescue
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or before April 30 in order I
for aviation pay to be included In PHONE = OFF ROOSEVELT

the May 7 pay day. the 733-9992 .:

Article 044089) NAVCOMPT or .
Manual precludes credit of avia- OFFICE ; 733-4431
tion pay prior to expiration of SPECIAL
the unit period during which flight \
requirements have been met. LOUNGEWelcomes rLk\ MILITARY FINANCING
This allows === ".
one April
only day ( ====
30)) for this credit to be enteredon You 165 OLDSMOB1LE ...$2995 62 BELAIR. ....... $1595 ..
members pay record.CktVb. All popular =| Coupe, auto/trans., R&H., 4 dr.,V-8auto/trans.pow.r
Brand cocktails 4 8'11M" r power steer. steer & brakes, 'factory air.

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5-7 P.M. MON. Thru SAT. === 64FUTURA 62 FORD ... ... . $1Q95 I
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9:30: to 10:30 MON. Thru. TII JRS. I R&H. 4 dr.,V-8,auto/trans.,power I
DANCE TO THE == steer.& brakes.

-- IMCHEVELLE. . .... $1895
"TRUV AIRS"
| 300" 4 dr., auto/trans.,R&H, 61 IMPALA.$1395 ;
SEE PAGE 12 ANDYOU'LL 8 PM-2AM NIGHTLY == extra clean. Convert., V-8, R&H, solid
white with red int.
KNOW WHY! 164FORD. . ... .$2495

1 Fallback, V-8, auto/trans., 61 OLDS WAGON ...$1175
RIVERSIDECHEVROLET I R&H, power steer., !factory F-85, auto/trans./ RBI, air
IMPOSSIBLE? ? ==== With white
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59 FORD . . .$795 I
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NARTU Plansa protect the bicycle at night reimportation
no matter which way the bikeIs
turned or from which dir-
Bike Safety ection the driver approached. By Seminar Helps

brightly reflecting the headlight -
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Tape ServiceA beams of an oncoming car or I Ir Traffic Problem
truck It lets you know the bike
one-day "Operation Llte-a- and Its rider Is there from hun- I. Approximately 40 persons rep-
Bike" will be sponsored by dreds of feet away. resenting 15 Naval Districts were
NARTU lax on May 8. The NATTC sponsored Boy present for the Transportation
During the operation Scotch- Scout Troop #131 will assistIn t1 y Management Seminar held atNAS
lite reflective tape kits furnishedby the operation by placing these Jax, Apr. 22-23.
the 3M company at no cost, kits on all bicycles and tricyclesat n < The How, What and Why's of
will be placed on ycur child the parking lot Just Inside the the Navy MaterlalTransponationOffice
ren's bicycles or tricycles to Naval Air Station Main Gate. were covered In this
I seminar, which was conducted by
; representatives of the Navy Ma
terial Transportation Office,
Nocfoll ,
',. Tfoartep-kst! covered during the.tw.0dajt .
conferences were* design
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men* pyuofelernsi- which ace en.-
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dancing will begln( at 8:30 P.M. Wan,.. programs; Mrs. L, A.
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f 3Y VP-16 Opens New Bachelory


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Frank, Myers, J02 .
Hive you ever heard a white-
'hat' complain that he couldn't.
s. sleep In his barracks because It :
was too quiet? Or because hisNavypurchased
bedspread didn't
compliment. the Interior decorating :4
of his room?* ,Or because raFY'
v w.wL barracks:' color TV was seared -
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If not. then you should visit the
'COLOR' TELEVISION lounge in the new DEQ. Th... U another new BEQ occupied by Patrol
lounge equipped with a -black and' white TV.- Both are air-con Squadron Sixteen at NAS Jack- ,.
: ditioned. sonville. BEQ? Why, Bachelor z iPe S 4S, _
f Engllsted Quarters, of course I .I F .
I Bachelor Enlisted Quartersare t
MILITARY the newest look In barracksfor 4 p p Y
fleet units In Jacksonville.
Individual rooms have been arranged -
AUTO INSURANCEs so that nearly all POls
have their own rooms. Other
rated men live two to a room
INSURANCE while non-rated men live threeor THOMAS W. ALMENDARIZ, ADJAN, now enjoys a quiet nap after
C AGENCY, INC. four to a room. AU rooms are "getting used to sleeping in a quiet room again
furnished with beds, dressers,
! NEAR MAIN GATE NAS, PHONE 388-7676 tables desks, closets, bed- presented to VP-16's men to use bile bumper was carried out of
I PLAN with the stipulation that all redecorating the building. Decks had to be
6463 ROOSEVELT MONTHLY PAY
t work would have to be completely stripped and re-
tF done by them during off-duty finished. Landscaping was Ini
F f hours without benefit of any aptlated.. Doors were placed back
' propriated funds.The refinishing, on their hinges.
r BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE practically completed now, was 195 gallons of paint were applied -
AND THE BEACHESIBm ra' accomplished with virtually no with the occupants of each
I cost to the government room painting his own room
af I However, VP-16 men put 2036 while a small group of menwork-
] men-hours Into the refurbishing ed during duty hours to paint
r of all spaces. During the initial the hallways, lounges, etc. They
r rr R. cleaning session, over two Dempwere aided at night by several
FRITZ ster Dumpsters were filled with men who volunteered their ser
PARMAN trash. Everything from old strips vices to work during off-duty
1 I Ret. of wood to a discarded automo- hours. A two-waypublic addressALAN
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Loa Webber Normandy GAZING DOWN ... passageway -
a BEG loob like this.
SPEED EQUIPMENT)
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spreads, drapes and wash ba- by iA f,
COMPLET E LINE OF MAG-WHEELS sins.Captain
Arthur C.Cason,Com-
RACING SLICKS. CHROME PIPES
mander Fleet Air Wing Eleven
TACHOMETERS' & FLOOR SHIFTS and early supporter of the BEQ
concept and Cdr. C. J. Eadie,

NO DOWN) PAYMENT CO VP-16, inspected former
Jr. BOQ and WAVES quarters

WE FINANCE ANYONE IN THE USN early with much In January cleaning and and found painting that,

WITH PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES their idea of a BEQ could 'k ew, Ps P,, w nC ak + cizl 4
(MV r
be realized. i
FREEWHEEL FREE FREE The 17-year old barracks,then
ROCKHOLD, AX2, and Arthur Tilley, AA (L to R) enjoy the
WHEELALIGNMENT BRAKEADJUSTMENT serving as storage space, was thrill of auto racing in VP-16's BEQ.

BALANCE !

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SHOCKS FRONT OR REAR (Parts & Labor) 12.95 insurance all finance charges
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BRAKE SHOES ANY U. S. CAR (Parts & Labor) 10.95 .
I PAYMENTS 48.13 Month 'JUNEf
1\\ BALL JOINTS REPLACED (Parts & Labor) 29.95
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was installed.One are now residing In the BEQ's +t
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Individual who didn't 70 rooms. Hobbles of slot car II I
benefit directly from his efforts, racing, model Ads should be mailed
building, cera- pd to the JAX AIR NEWS, 4724 Clyde
also spent much time In the evenings mics, short-wave radio, paint- Drive, Jacksonville' 8, ,Florida, to arrive not later than
at the BEQ. Albert R Gas- ing, reading and writing can be r Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. Ads or-
tiger, PNC reworked an old pool, seen In many rooms. Of course, riving too late for this deadline ,will be published the following
table, sanding down and reftnlsh-; for added entertainment, there week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
Ing the wood surfaces and covering Is the pool table, a ping-pong check or money order for the 'full cost of the ad must be '
the table with new felt purchased table, a color television lounge, received WITH the copy for the ad. t
by the squadron. Chief another lounge used for black .. DO NOT SEND CASH ;

Gasttger, along with Donald N. and white TV, (both TV lounges RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). .. . . $1.00
Marks, ABH1, supervised the entire are air-conditioned) and the new- IIFRED Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.35
cleaning and remodeling efforts. est addition now being completed'
a kitchen. There are several ssseos -- s -- sa -- -
In mid-March, the squadron. laundry rooms located throughout JONES, AN, finds th.tasli f,
began moving Into the spaces. All the building. of early morning shaving more 21" WESTINGHOUSE 'TABLETV 6303 CAMILLE, two bedroom j
140 single men In the squadron Behind the barracks Is a large enjoyable in the tranquility of $49.00 nothing down $L25a bungalow kitchen equipped fenced j
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i ''"- !"' ''ll 1 ''''- his room. %week, 389-3671 back yard outdoor grill jalloused
L back connections
: porch laundry I
superlatives filled the air in thenew FOR RENT 1 BR and 2 BR clean modern available May 1st }
BEQ. Praise ranged from APTS furnished. Walking distance 359-4168, 389-890L
"terrific"( to "best thing that's to NAS. $65.00 and$70.00
happened to me since I joinedthe 387-2838 6. 10 P.M. Justiss 1964 GTO COUPE In excellent
', Navy," to "When was the last Trailer Park P.O. Box 31325, condition. 4 speed, air conditioned
time you shaved In your own Yukon, Fla. center console, 23,000
room, and hung your uniforms Ina miles. $2495, cash or arrange
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own financing. 1502 Beach
closet? your
FOR SALE Hotpoint freezer. J
VP-16 won't hold the honor of Call 264-2306. After 1630. Ave. Atlantic Beach, 246-6567.

iB" being the only squadron livingIn All day Sat & Sun FOR RENT Orange Park, new
+ BEQ much longer. Plans are
1 Y Sj two bedroom apartment. Elec-
made to allow other
now being
ICUSE tric kitchen, air-conditioner,
FOR SALE no equity
Fleet Air Wing Eleven units the
4 ,4 same privilege. It is a safe assume payments on 3 Br home, washer and dryer. Phone 264-
bet that after seeing the way 16's kit equip, shaded lot near NAS &: 6884.

men are living, the other squad- Cecil immed occupancy. 377 WALSH STREET, 3629 Near
rons will be in a hurry to get Into 2947.Hilltop Dr. Orange Park 384- NAS 1 bedroom, nicely furnished

--L their BEQ.CUIJIENT. bungalow. Very clean. Small
patio in yard. Garage. Adults
FOR SALE 1961 white VW, $100.00.

I assume payments, good condi- FURN APTDQWNTNJax-3rms.
tion will small offer.
accept reas
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best barg In city for couple $12.50
388-8479
WORKING ON MODEL cars is alavorit.pa.tim.o' the men living 1 or 3883803. wk pI uti1. 388-9886.

in VP-16's BEQ. Robert Chernesky, AA, finds the hobby relaxing. S
9 1964 VW 1500 S Stat wag, white FOR RENT }Furnished apart-

Bar-B-Q pit which will soon be WWT, radio, trailer hitch seat ment, Avondale, utilities, Included '.
surrounded by lawn furniture to '11 .belts, under coat, $2195, sell, $72.85 month. 771-
allow the men to soak up Florida trade or make offer. Cmdr. 9007.
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sunshine In theirownbackyard.The Ruthven BOQ Rm #46, ext. 50L
barracks is located within I FURN APT 3939 Boone Park
1-L i:1v blocks of the Chapel, a fishing Ave. 4 Rm lower, conv loc,
OVER 300 USED
: TIRES most
$50.00 Phone EV 7-3356.
; mo.
lake, two swimming pools, a new sizes available $2.00 up. 389-
16-lane bowling center, tennis .7N 367L WANTEDExecutive type man or
courts, Navy Exchange, and the I F woman to build profitable community -

station theatre. ,J FOR SALE Appliances & business. Start part-time
.
i Many men have begun adding to various other articles, also buy, build to full time in 6-12 mos.
what the Navy provided Initially .
I : sell & trade. Bland Ing Trading Backed by National Advertising
for their new Pole and
quarters.
and complete training. Terrific
pa Post. Phone 7710930.
I i table lamps, easy chairs, over- opportunity. This Is not cook-
head light fixtures, coffee tables I wear, insurance, real estate,
complete with scarfs and dollies, 61 FALCON 2 dr. sedan white,, vacuum cleaners or books.
I' ,and many other little extras can deluxe turquoise Interior R&H, 384-5288 Mon Wed, or Fri
ONE RECREATION ROOM in be spotted throughout the BEQ. EVENTS interest John auto trans, new whitewalls, seat 1-4 P.M.
the BEQ offers a pool table. Rugs adorn many rooms. Hulett, PN3, when he can relax belts, windshield washers, good
I Other rooms are set aside for When the new tenants were ask- in an easy chair. mechanical condition and clean, HOME FOR SALE No closingcost.
1 Ping Pong, and Television. ed about their new quarters, only 37,500 mi. (one car owner) $ zero to $100 Dn. Many;
---- best offer above $700.00. Call all areas. Timmerman Rlty.
LTJG Berlin at 8348 or 784 771-2792 or 771-186L
after 5 P.M.
"NOBODY 18 TEACHERS FOR GRADES 1-
,
6 needed for 1965-66 In an ele-
UNDERSELLS CLAYTON REVELS!! FOR RENT New torn duplexapt. mentary school near Orange
,
.. 5339 110th St. near NAS Park. Bachelor's degree required -
(owplclc .SrifiliflH \<'Il.> !' : 1 bedroom, $75. 771-390L Call Mr. Philemon 264-

CHRYSLERSe'pLYMQUTHSeVALIANTSeSARRACUDAS. 619) L
,: FOR RENT furn apt. 3 rooms
UP'TO' $SbO"OFFO: ,DEMOS AND EXECUTIVE CARS .. & bath duplex Woodstock, 3127 REAL ESTATE: Information on

......MANY WITH. FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING .. '. ..' Lowell Ave. 389-5279. sales, purchases, equities, ren-
tals or FHA VA homes. Call
ALL 5YEAR50,000 I MILEW'ARRANTY FOR RENT furn Apt. 2732 1/2 Walter T.BowenUSNRtd. Char-

ONLY 20 I MINUTES SOUTH'.OFNASON, HIGHWAY 17 Lydia St. lights & W. adults ter Real Estate Co. 387-6511 or
387-3942 with or without bed- 387-2851 at night.

room suit. FURN APT ORTEGA SECT -

CLAYTON i REVELS 1957 Ply 4 dr, 8 cyl, R&H, pwr fac river, 15 mln, from NAS 1
str 771-4898., auto. trans clean $325. adult only. $25 wk Incl util


Hf Y'SLER:, PL YMQlJTl-lI'f' >IC;.. 3 NEWLY RENOVATED fur- &FISH phone CAMP 388-9886-FOR LEASE 5

PHONE JAX ((264\06555'\ *: GRE EN C.OVESPQ1NGS US nished 17 apartments behind Inlet for Marina rent, on at ml west of Tutee, 2 mi. So.
A-1-A at Boggy Creek, four
'AUTH ... T. i Orange Park.month. All Phone three 2649898.private existing bldgs, launching ramp,
fiizEHef; $55. a
MARK kQUA; 1
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ounvQi; .. ', ITY approx. 1 1/2 acres on water
DEALER"fJi.ff: OF $$$$'S In your *:->"et. Part As Is $100 mo. or will remodelfor
MOIO'FIC)1IPOQAIWN! () ,
time Real Estate, L.:: Trrn. suitable tenent. EL 4-0192
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; BIG TOP MOTORS Leadership


1 School HoldsGraduation


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65 IMPALA.$3495 I>

2 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto/ A VP-45 man graduated as ..
"honorman" from the Naval Air ,
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trans., power steer. l. -
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brakes, R&H, air cond., Technical Training Center's -
3000 actual miles Leadership school last Friday. r r
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64 TEMPEST. .. . $2595 64OLDSMOBILE. ...$2795 received the "honorman" award
Convertible, 326 V-8, 4 in 4 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto. after making 1415.78 out of a
the floor, pos-a-tradion, trans., power iteer.fi brakes, possible 1,500 points. The record I'b
R&H, one owner, like new. R&H, air cond. .
Is 1,423.89.Commander awY. ....
64 CHEVROLET.$2295 61 OLDSMOBILE.$995 G. A. Sandqulst, I "a __ y
Convert, 4,in the floor,)Vr8, F-85, ,V-8., standard shift, Jr., NATTC's Executive Offi-
R&H. R&H: cer, presented diplomas to the THE APRIL LUNCHEON for the Armed Forces Management Association -*
60 PLYMOUTH . .. .$595 61 CH VROlET. .. .. .$995 13 graduates of class 65-E. lie also served as the installation of a new slate of of-
2 dr., 6 cyl., standard shift, 4 dr., standard shift, 6 cyl., told them that they had just com- fleers. Serving the organization will be: James Kavin, Secretary;
R&H. R&H. John Leverence, Vice-President for Programs; Leonard Eubanks,
pleted a very rigorous course Executive Vice-President; and Captain J. R. Mackroth, President.The .
FIVE YEAR WARRANTY BANK FINANCING should and that be proud it was of.something they Treasurer, Ray Splinter, was not present. After the installa-
tion, Capt.Mackroth spoke to the
2< per gal. discount 3719BLANDING Class 65-E was composed of group.
on gas. nonrated from
BLVD. personnel May-
A couple called a neighbor to
See Our.Courteous Naval Air Station NATTC
Across from port extend birthday greetings. They
SALESMEN Cedar Hills Shopping' VP-45, and the USS Sab1ne.( P.- r, 1 That dialed his number and then sang

BUD TERRY. Center 25)). AJGOLDFINGER "Happy Birthday" into the tele-
AND phone. But when they had finished -
PHONEM. Guy in his
Err their off-key rendition, they
YOUNG BILL SIEMER 771.2320 first 2HITS' discovered they had the wrong
number
Used Car
Mgr. !' "Don't let it bother you," said
the stranger, "you folks sure can
\ r Sean use the practice." I ., .
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money, RENTALS .s JAMES BOND In

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1961 KARMANNGHIA $1295
ttc4lI : coupe, one owner.
1963 KARMANN GHIA $1695
1964 VW Sedan $1545
I 1964 VW Sun Roof $1595
I IIr 1963 VW Sedan $1395
I 1963 VW Sedan air $1495

Borrow confidently from HFC r I 1962 1963 Std.Delux Sta.Sta.Wagon Wagon $1495$1395

1962 VW Sedan $1195DOMESTICS
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mall loan service.So never borrow money need NYLON 1963 FALCON $1295

lessly, but when you must-do as 150,000 servicemen SOFA& 4 dr., auto/trans., R&H.
do each year: Borrow confidently and repay .:' '$97 CHAIR ISOLID 1961 FORD $895
n ? 4 dr.,
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conveniently at Household Finance.
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QUALITY STARTS AT THE BOTTOM. WE'LL TURN THEM UP FOR YOU! 1957 FORD 2 dr., $395

Borrow up to $600 Twin Reg. $24. COFFEE TABLES Stand shift.
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NATTC Four for Texas-Frank
Club MoviesMovies Sinatra, Anita Ekberg
Ibspltal Journey to the Lost

Schedules will be shown regularlyat City Debra Paget, Paul

1 p.m. Monday through Satur- Christian

day. 3
Monday May
"0" CLUB Music this Frl-
ine Mainside theatre will
stay
!ay night will be provided Sam the same except for the evening Malnslde The Outrage Paul
loss with the "Ink Spots" and Neuman, Claire Bloom
feature
which will begin at 7:30
te ComFalrJax) Band on Satur- NATTC Unearthly Stranger i1
p.m. These are subject to change. :
ay. For those who like a For- John Neville I4J

Ign Dish, stop In on Tuesday Thursday, April 29 IbsphalFour for Texas-Frank
hen, the specialty will be In- Sinatra, Anita Ekbert '
Malnslde Mara of the Wilder !
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Ian. Fried Chicken all you can fr' &&L'
,
ness Adam West,Linda Baud- Tuesday, May 4
\ at every Wednesday. During ners
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) lie week, Happy Hour Is at 3:30: NATTC World of(Henry Orient- Malnslde The Long Ships 1 a o i6fr
i vlth Dinner at 6 p.m. Peter Sellers, Paula Prentiss Richard Wldmark, Sidney Por-
CLUB The Chiefs Club
CPO tier
I Hospital The Pink Panther -
music of Phil Cay'sChan- NATTC The Paul
offers Outrage -
Peter Sellers, Robert Wagner
I tels on Friday and Mark Castleon Neuman, Claire Bloom

Sunday. Harold Johnson Friday, April 30 Hospital Unearthly Stranger COL GEORGE D. Green accepts a $400 check in behalf of Ht*
Moon Liters will be featured on Malnslde Journey to the Lost John Neville Big Brother's and Boy's Clubs of Duval County from the Jacksonville

Saturdays Don't forget thatMon- City Debra Paget, Paul Wednesday, May 5 Officers Wives Clubs. Col. Green, a retired Army Engineer
day is Game Night and Thursday Christian is an honorary life member and Secretary Emeritus to the organizations
is PizzaNight Wlrj'net try thelunohesEoSf NATTC Mara of the Wilder- Malnslde For Those Who Think which total 1800 boys in Duval County. Mrs. J. E. Riley,
necheveryrbayAel'r ness-Adam West, Lima Baud- Young James Darin, Pamllla and Mrs. J. C. Stoopack (L to R) make the presentation.SKRMB .
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bingo drops In.Tuesdays a17i30': Frank Sinatra, Anita Ekberg I PHONE 38&-1161! ._

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he died.
Kentucky Derby Is But his Interest I in the sport
,: 1 dates to the very first Derby,
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t. ."'.." f when at 14, he saw it from his
father's buggy In the Infield.
Slated For May Day From that day on, the Colonel
had seen every Derby. He took
over the management of Churchill

Louisville, Ky. (ED) On May 17, 1875, America went Derby- Downs three years after thedeathof
happy for the first time. A crowd of 10,000 persons saw Arlstides, the founder Colonel M. Lewis
1 the "little red horse," win the Kentucky Derby at the Churchill Downs Clark. Under WInn's leadership,
debut the track flourished even duringthe
Although thousands of racing cards are available to turf fans at critical war years.
: large tracks and small across the country, only the Kentucky Derbyhas Every Derby brought a new legend -
sufficiently captured the Imagination of all Americans to make It either about the mount,
truly national sporting event. the jocket, the owner or the
From Its inception to the pre- er, and jockey in the sport. trainer. For Instance, It wasn't
sent day, the Churchill Downs "Improvers of the Breed" until 1948 that the jinx claim-
track In Louisville Kentucky has from all over the country will Ing that Futurity winners never
d been a prestige meeting place again coverge on historic win the Derby was broken by Ci-
for racing patrons and horses. Churchill Downs. And as the tation.
According to author Brownie strains of "My Old Kentucky By breaking this tradition, Citation -
Leach, a native Kentuckian who Home" waft over the Infield, helped to establish a record -
has been associated with thoroughbred they'll recite again and again the for jockey Eddie Arcaro
THOUSANDS of' racing fans are on their feet during the runningof racing throughout his legends and lore that make the who won his fourth Derby with
the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky, which life, every American Thoroughbred Derby THE DERBY. the famous Calumet Farm entry.
will be ran Saturday, May 1 1. breeder would rather The man credited with building Citation gave Arcaro the distin-
produce a winner of the Kentucky the Derby into America's greatest ction of having ridden more win-
Florida Derby than of any other race. race Is the late Colonel Man ners of the race than any other
BowlingResults Fishing The Derby's winner's circle alsoIs J. WInn who reigned over the jockey a distinction he still
the goal of every owner train- course from 1902 until 1949 when retains with five winners. Willie
Activities }... Hartack stands alone In second
place with four Derby firsts.
TALLAHASSEE Fresh water YS YThe As one reads the list of cham-
The results of Intramural fishermen are again reminded by pions since 1875, he wonders if
bowling for April 19-22 are as O. E. Frye, Executive Director the name "Man O'War" has been
follows: Game and Fresh Water Fish erroneously omitted. The fact
Darters 3 AOMD #2 1 Commission, that the need fora of the matter Is, the famous race
Chiefs 4 Metros 0 fishing license Is dependentupon horse never competed In the state
Doctors 3 Neptunes 1 three things where you of Kentucky where he was born
Riggers 3 Eagles 1 fish how you fish and your GolfCorner" and where he spent his entire
Cloak & Daggers 3 Cannon Coc- life with the exception of his
kers 1 age.If you leave the county inwhich racing years.
Needlers 2 Flag Staffs 2 you reside, or fish In one of the However, "Man & War" did
3rd Crewmen 3 Electrons 1 established fish managementsareas sire two Derby winners Clyde
Lilly's 3 Moiarolas 1 you need a license.If Mike Harris tied for third In ,. Van Dusen In '29 and War Admiral -
ComStore5 3 AEWRON "AU 1 you fish In your home county the Individual standings In the r;: in '37.
Griffons 2 Play Boys 2 by any method other than with a Twelfth Annual Tri-State Golf Mrs. C. E. Durnell becamethe
Spoilers 4 Thunderheads 0 cane pole for non-commerlcal Tournament held at Paris Island first woman to defy the tradition
_
Owl Hoots 3 Mix Masters 1 purposes you need a license.If last week. After an 81 opening that horse racing was the
ED Stackers 3 Kingpins 1 you are under the age of round Harris fired a 73 and 72 sport of "kings." Her starter
Corsors 2 Tipplers 2 15 or a resident over the age and was low medalist for these Elwood, nominated without her
Poll Grips 4 Army AFES 0 of sixty-five, regardless of whereor rounds. trainer husband's knowledgewon
Pizzans 4 Sky WarHors"B" 0 how you fish you do not The Jax Navy Team composedof QO In 1904. Since then, there
Nockers 4 Vultures 0 need a license. Mike Harris, Mike Hollack, have been nine other distaff side
Cutters 4 Trailer Sailors 0 All non-residents except child, Dave Clark Jim Brough, and Gus owners of winners.
Anchors 3 Paymasters ###1 ren under the age of fifteen needa Dullakas finished ninth In the Derby Day wagering went
Supply 2 Avions 2 license to fish In Florida's team event which was won by the r 3 through three systems In Its,
AOMD 31 4 Presagers 0 fresh waters.Marina Paris Island entry. history auction pool, the "new
Protrons 2 Pelicans 2 George Fowler holed a nine fangled Paris Mutuals," and Its
NCO's 3 CPO's 1 Iron third shot on the par five offshoot, the pari-mutuel which
.Mixers_ .4 Airmen 0 first hole for an eagle three this a'r has been the only legal method
past Sunday. His partners were In this state since 1908.
Del Burton. A. Paulin, and Don Under the pool system, an auc-
Knox ,. tioneer sold each horse In the
Ihlet
The weekly "Blitz" resulted In race to the highest bidder. Sometimes
a two way tie at six under this several "outsiders"were
AND BOATYARD l past Saturday. Brad Bradley, sold as one unit. The pools
MERCURY SALES & SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTRAILERS Mike Harris, Tom Lux, and Bob were sold the night before the
Thiel along with Bill Mahoney races and the selling continuedat
I Bert Morris,Cliff Doyle and Wei- the track the following day,
Wet & Dry Storage slger were members ofthewlnn- right up to post time. I
Marine Ways Ing teams. The days of the 10,000 crows
Weekend play continues to be MISS 'ORLO-Alln Sidney 20- are long gone and today hun-
U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH heavy and all golfers are urgedto 1e r-01d hair stylist, teat crowned dreds of thousands of people
ORANGE PARK_ PHONE 264.9835] cooperate In helping to speedup Mist World 1964 in London. Mitt travel to Churchill Downs for
play and to be prompt In reporting Sidney teat Mitt United Kingdom the historic event.
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CHURCH of CHRIST
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5223 WESCONNETT BLVD. ComFaiivTax Waves Golf
NEAR NAS Softball StandingsThe

JUST OFF TIMUQUANA UD.

SUNDAYS BovlingRollOff Bowling ResultsThe top five teams In the Intramural -
:
Golf are as follows:
10:00: A.M. BIBLE WORSIIIP results of the Intramural

11:00: A.M. WORSHIP Softball games played April 19- American
6:00 P.M. EVENING of NAS Dental
: SERVICE Evelyn Ray cap
22 are as follows: 3-1
The ComFairJax VW-4
Roll-off washeld tured and seriesof
high high
game
WEDNESDAYS: Admin. 11 Dispensary 9 "A" 3-1
Monday thru FAW-11
Thursday,Apr. the week with a 189 and 508
7:30: P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE 19-22 at the NAS bowling center Phyllis Constanti- Comm. 18 AE'IU 8 FltWeaFac 3 1/2 11/2
respectively.
CHURCH PIIONE SP 1- U75 with VP-16 winning the tourney nople netted the high handicap YP-30 7 AFES 1 VP-30 3-3

MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646 over eleven other teams. game for the second week with a Marines 6 Weapons 1 Birds 2-2
VW-4 4FICEUR 3
The six-man team from VP-16 253.
VP-45 9 Alc Maint. 1 National
consisted of D. C. Newell A. R. Standings after the April 21st
t Gastiger, team captain, C. Hat- kegler action are: NARW 2 MARro 0 VP-30 "B" 5-2

WholesaleTO tobugh, R. Sealy, A.Strouphauer, Tats 28-8 atR! 3 Supply 0 Air Ops 5-2
679th 12 Ibs p. 6 4-2
S. ] 679th
Splchalsky. From this team Le Lagnappes 26-10
two of them chosen ComFairJax 8 NAMTG 7 Supply 4-2
were to participate Bavarians 2214Pin
YOU In the Sixth Naval Dis- Heads 15-21 AP-62 22 AEW 5 NARTU 3-2
VP-3Q 14 'Disp. 4
trict Bowling Championships to Strike CUts 11-25
60 Cadillac Cpe. $1648 be held In Norfolk, Va. Theyare Alley Cats 6.3019POQzI Comm. 5 Weapons 1 Navy-Marine
. DE VTIAE. FULL POWER IN. Marines 11 FICEUR 8
CLtroiNO FACT. AIR COND. Strouphauer and Newell.
t1 64 T-Bird Land. $3590 The rest of the team to repre- OStR 11 Hosp. 9 Athletes NeededSan
. FULL POWER. FACT. AIR CONDo NAMTG 8 A/C Maint. 7
sent ComFairJax
63 Line. Cont. .$2890 ; are J. H. Hen- ComFairJax 6 679th 4-
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CONDo
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r 4 DR. HARDTOP. RADIO. HEAT- Tune VP-45; and W. L. Maeito, challenge but more like an invi-

11 64 ER.Gal.AUTOMATIC.4-Dr. PS.HT: PB$2390 RVAH-3. (AFPS Weekly Feature) tation for Navy, Marine Corps
e The winners of the Sixth Naval News
MR. AUTO TRANS. P.S. FACT. Fishing and Air Force athletes to join
d AIR CONDo District Tourny) will then the U.S. Modern Pentathlon teamat
65 Falcon Sprint $2440 L Mike Venezia rode as a jock-
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; H T. COUPE V.8. sa AUTO. travel to the South Atlantic ey for the first time when the Tallahassee Florida wild- Fort Sam Houston, Texas.

'IRANS.ACTUAL MILF.S.UCKF.T: $. a.ooo Regional Tournament to be heldIn 1964 racing season opened In New life officers of the Game and Since the Olympic games some ;

ifn ift 62 Corv. Monza $1035 Bainbridge, Md. These win- York; 234 racing days later he Fresh Water Fish Commissionhave four months ago, the Pentathlonteam I
IDR. RADIO HEATER. 4 SPFFD. ners will then go on to the AU- held what has dwindled from 14 athletes -
63 Ford Fairlane record as an appren- stepped up their water patrol -
$1770 Navy Tournament also In Bain- to five with Army athletesIn
tice
jockey? and
STATION WAGON. RAH AUTO. activltly are being seen
e 64RCadillac AIR $4567 bridge. 2. What was the longest game more frequently on the lakes, San Antonio wondering where
:e Sed.
--from a time in the rivers and the outstanding athletes are from
DKVILLE.!: FULL POWER. FACT. ;standpoint; streams.
"n'e ArR CONDo wmTJ!: U-Control NFL's 1964 the rest of the Armed Forces.
m .. 14,000 ACTUAL ONE OWN season? The Increased water patrol In
ER MILES. 3. Jean Beliveau of the Mon- boats ranging from paddle pro- Lieutenant Colonel Ralph F.
s 64 Chevelle 2-Dr. $1586 treal Canadians Mendenhall USA,the team's officer -
CYL Flying ClubThe set a National pelled canoes to hundred horse-
idle 61 Pont Catalina$1023 Hockey League record when he power outboards, and airboats in charge, is searching

4 PS.DOOR.PB. RAlR. AUTO. TRANS was credited with how many assists enables the officers to reach any for all-around athletes to aid the

l- 62 Fal. Sta. Wag. $ 974 SAX Navy U-Control FlyIng In the 1960-61 season? fishing area. The patrol will team effort before such Important
Club had it's first meeting championships as the annual National -
t DR. 4. A British horse race com- continue through summer and
These are nice clean Sunday, Apr. 25 and was attended monly known as the Epson Derbyor early fall during the major fish- }, World and Cons 11 International -
ie by several flying enthusiasts.Joe Is du Sport Mllltaire (CISM)
cars. Don't let these English Derby, officially ing season.
1- low prices make Mead of the C&R Dept.Is termed the Derby Stakes. For Fishery technicians also will events, plus thequadrennialPan-

ler think they are not.you the adviser to the club and whom was It so named? frequent lakes and streams for American and 1968 Olympic

, ONE he has proved to be very profi- 5. A room In a 100,000,000 surveys to determine lake con- games.

rre GOLD tEAR CREST FACTORY OR SILVER BArKED CREst cient In the U-Control flying. year old cave In Missouri is ditions and status of fish popu Olympic lore depicts the pen-

WARRANTY ON EVERY CAR.MANY The next meeting will be held named for what recent basketballace lations. They will take creel tathlete as a military courier of

MORETO In the area behind Disease Vec- ? census to determine how many old, bent on delivering a dispatch

lent CHOOSE FROM tor Control}, Sun. May 2 at 2 Answers to Quiz fish the anglers catch per hour regardless of such obstacles as

p.m. of effort. unruly horses,water, rugged ter-

Fishermen are reminded thata rain, enemy swordsmen and gun-
ow '&jo:: jsXjo:: uj fighters. No matter how tough
w NORTHFLORIDA resident fishing license may
iW eoE1tt sjatuoq sjeis uowoujid: sqj 99 be purchased from any County the situation he overcame It.
ts SO UO SUJ9A80:: OSOIBJaW OtJ JO Military athletes Interested In
Judge or license agent at a cost
1 "woolIXaipe.t91119..agt[ sal '9 the Pentathlon team should apply
of $3.00. A non-resident
od Rot may channels the
.4gaaQ1o purchase an annual fishing through military to
taea mzi aqi{ 'pJBMp3 'fr U.S. Modern Pentathlon Team,
MOTOR CO.LINCOLNMERCURT license for $8.00, a 14 day
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che license for $3.25, or a 5 day
COMET We Wire Flowers 83 spstu uejpeueo:: aqi 'e
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'pJo:> J e
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not required of residents to fish
1.vs SJ3UUJM in spoa ejzauaA T non-commercially with not more Tournament

than three cane poles in county The results of the ComNavAir-

n- Life can never have for us a of legal residence, except on a Lant Bowling Tournament In the

ile MONEYIN1 1 DAY sense of fulfillment or completeness fish management area. first days finds NAS JAX tied

or unless we are giving more The daily bag limit on fresh for first place.

than we are getting. water is 10 bass, 15 pickerel The standings are as follows:
$ William T. McElroy, 35 panflsh including red-finned
$25 S600 Team Won Lost
to
Christian Observer pike, and 30 white bass.

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t ir i it7 u Elects New


__J u OfficialsThe I A

Navy Sport Parachute -
Club recently held club
semi-annual elections. Voted Into -
office of President was Tony
pF Riek, PR]. VP-7.
Riek Is one of the,, most experienced -
sport parachutist in the
nation making a total of 588 a'fr::' ist
Jumps. He was one of the first
Chutlng Stars. In three years with
: i ') !//il'" the Stars, Rick performed before 4
t::;.:t\\,.;.. j'i.t:! '-! A P6 thousands of spectators In : .: _
I;' 1;.' (Ii," .tl..h 'ii, I.J/.! r( 166 air shows throughout the na- :

Rtf WAG woRTN n-ill tion.Elected ,
to office of Vice Pre- .
,
sident and Operations Officer is ,
Asphind. 679th Radar Sq.
CAN YOU Danny Asplund Is in his third year with CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER

TAKE YOUR CAR) the club having made a total of BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
WITH YOU? 256 jumps.
1-1341 OR
lINSU/WER-'tlanprir/ Jane Fonda SP 1-6601
For Financing And Insurance Elected at the Board of Gov-
demonstrates her with
Stateside And Overseas. Call ernors are: Robert Holden, Gy- a tix-tliootrr; inn new prowess"uuiy-out" 64 VOLKSWAGEN BUS. ..... . . . $2195
DYER .M. BURR' Sgt. Wes Fox, Tech. Sargeants western comedy film "Cat Bnltou.A1EY' ." Delux, 9 pass., R&H, 2 tone paint, WSW, 9,000 ad. miles.
represenungGOVERNMENT Harry Wood and Glenn Cooper. CHEVELLE. . .. .. . . . . .$1695
EMPLOYEES Elected as team Jumpmasterfor 2 dr., sedan, standard shift, 6 eyl.,heater,solid black with
FINANCE CORPORATION his second term is Robert red int. WSW, still in new car warranty.

ANDINTERNATIONAL Holden. 64 IMPALA .... . . . .. . .$2195
INSURANCE'COMPANY SERVICE Spourt coupe, standard shift, V-8, R&H, solid beige with
red int., WSW.
5615 Timuquana Rd. 771-0527)
64 IMPALA . .. . . . . . .$2495
Sport coupe, power steer., & brakes, R&H, WSW, auto.
trans., solid white with red into

WESCONNETTFURNITURE 64 IMPALA . .. . . . . . .$2995
CO. Super sport convertible, auto/trans./ V-8, power steer.,
" 326 Wesconnett Blvd at 103rd LOUNGE & PACKAGE STOREGO and brakes, elect windowstilt steering wheel, factoryair
many extras, light blue with white top. WSW.
64 PONTIAC BONN .oo . . . .$3195
NEW & USED GO, DISCOTHEQUE! Sport coupe, R&H, auto/trans./ V-8, power steer& brakes,
TV SETSFURNITURE factory air, light green with black int.
DANCING 64 IMPALA SUPER SPORT ..... . . .' .$2995
UNTIL Air cond., R&H power steer & brakes, power windows,
2 AM tach: 327 V-8, auto. trans., in the floor., still in N.C.
1 L EASY CREDIT ) warrenty.
3909 BLANDING BLVD. 64 IMPALA SPORTS SEDAN . .. . . .$2795
-FREIGIIT SALVAGE' Auto/trans., V-8, power steer and brakes, R&H, factory air
-REPROSSESSIONS DRIVE-IN SERVICE cond., WSW Ivory over dark blue.
CASE LOTS AT COST + 10% 64 MONZA COUPE. ... .. . .. . .$1995
Bargains Galore! 4 speed trans., R&H, solid yellow with black interior, extra,
extra clean.
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Come in and Brouse 64 BUICK SPECIAL ..... . . . . $1995
Open 9 A.M. to 7 P.M. Autotrans.8, R&H, Ivory over blue, WSW.
Phone 771-07 64 CHEVROLET WAGON ... . . . .$1995
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Standard shift 6 cyl., R&H, solid beige, WSW, like new.
63 CORVAIR COUPE ...... . . . .$1395
Standard shift, R&H, solid red, WSW.
63 VOLKSWAGEN SUNROOF . . . .$1495
STOPATTHIS If you need 4 speed trans., all vinyl int., R&H, rain vents, solid white.
money 62 COMET . .. .. . . . . .... .$1095
Deluxe, 2 dr., all vinyl int., standard shift,6 cyl., R&H, air
SIGN don't haveor cond., 2 tone paint, WSW.
you 62 RAMBLER . . . .. . . .$995
Classic 2 dr., sedan, auto trans., 6 cyl., heater, solid
,) white.

62 CHEVROLET WAGON. .... .... . .. $1495
have money 4 dr., auto/trans., V-8, power steer. R&H, air cond., solid
blue, WSW. -

62 CHEVV II. . .. . . . . . .$1395
tft.F you don't need Super sport, auto/trans./ 6 cyl., R&H, solid maroon, WSW.
<. 62 FORD WAGON. ... .. . . . .$1195
All, t 4 S Ss V-8, standard shift, heater, solid blue, WSW, extra clean.
: t OU, RAMBLER, .... .' . . .. . .$1195
fr,t seeBARNETT71 Ambassador, 4 dr., auto/trans., V-8, power steer.,factory
air cond., R&H, all original.
61 IMPALA SEDAN ..... . . . .$1495
4 dr., auto/trans., V-8, power steer., R&H,factory air, solid
white, red int., WSW.

NEW CARPETS 63 RENAULT. . . . . . . .. .$895
2 COMPLETE 4 dr., standard shift, R&H, extra clean.
18 HOLE COURSES NATIONAL HANK OF JACKSONVILLE 63 CHEVROLET. .. .... . . . . .$1595 1
'IIMI".I" Belair, 4 dr., sedan, 6 cyl., standard shift, R&H, solid
PUTTPUTTGOLF 'IDIIIA" DI D.r ,...aU"ANCI: CORPORATION blue, WSW.

US NAS Facility Office ...AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!
COURSES
ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., NAS Mon. Fri. 8:30: a.m. 'til 9:00: p.m.
HOURS Sat 8:30: a.m. 'til 8:00: p.m.
4825 Blanding Blvd. Sun After Church 'til 7:00: p.m.1 .

BANKING HOURS
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PHONE 771-2803

Monday thru Thursday: 10:00: AM til 3:00: PM
PARTIES ARRANGED r
OITN: 9 am 12 mid Werlu'iuls Friday: 9:30: AM til 4:30: PM

1 pm12 mid. Sunda>s"America's Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273

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