Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 3, 1965
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official i expression of any

military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.


Retention Asks Personnel Panel Navy Relief. StagesAs InClosing 23 Million Projects Slated for HAS -- I III

the 1965 Navy Relief Fund A new eight story hospital, a

For Suggestions Drive enters its closing stages, proposed Patrol Squadron complex -

Mr. R. E. Mann has been named and a new communications

The Secretary of the Navy's recipient of the color console TV center will provide a modern look .

special panel investigating retention set. R NIlIX XfXX XI XI IX IX XX MM for NAS. :

problems In the Navy Commander 1.. A.MenardNASJax IX IX XX XX XX XX XI XX XX XXxixxxxxxiorxx I Plans are underway to begin

have announced by message that XO, called Mr.Mann's nameat XXXX IMI construction on the three pro-

they still desire to obtain letters the Navy Relief rally stagedat XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX XX II IX jects later this year. A total of

from officers and men In the fleet the band shell last Tuesday. _XX XX XX XX XX XX XX IX XX XX I $23 million In new constructionis

regarding improvements which Mann is theJ-1DepartmentMan- X XX XX XX-XX XX XX XX XX XX XXHOIIH II represented In these Improve-

should be made enhance naval riients
to a ager attheNASJacksonvilleNavyExchange.
The request for funds for the

career. X x X X XII X Ill )< ( : Initial phase of construction of
The task force has been Two automobiles and a 17-foot
the VP complex Is currently before w-
meeting since mid-January to inboard/outboard motor boat
lltVAIION Congress. If approved construction -
consider policies which should be with trailer will go to three for- will underway late
get !
developed or changed to meet the tunate Navy Relief donors at the this year. The plans call for I

challenge of about 100OOONavy rally to be staged at the NAS the complex to be built adjacent '

"dropouts" leaving the service Jacksonville band shell next and
to commissary occupy
every year. They have received Monday, June 7th. r.II and entire area from the commissary

nearly 20,000 letters from sailors Navy Relief officials urge all U to Mustin Road. The

throughout the fleet, manyof who have not contributed to this XXXli railroad tracks which run

which contained valuable sug- year's fund drive to do so as Mustin York-
)! parallel to across
gestions now being studied. soon as possible so that the 1965 IXU town will be moved.
The task force will make Its I
goal can be reached. JII..I.III All patrol squadrons in Fleet
final report to the SecNav policy Into
Air Wing Eleven will move

board In July. They have issuedan A/C Maint Det j XX II I I I I X XS. this new concept in hangars, a

appeal for more letters from six-sided structure. This, the '
other which Include the ...
navymen IIIVAIIOHARTIST first hexagonal hangar to be bulk

iauthor's.; views on retention pro- Completes 3 Wk in the Nary, will have nearly

wering blems. Anyone this appeal interested Is encour-in ans- CONCEPTION of the new, eight story, 400-bed hospital 400,000 square ft. of hangar
aged to write directly to: TourHave that is expected to be completed in late 1967. space. Individual squadron -
will be situated! In a mez-
heard that Aircraft
Director of'the you zinene .
Secretary Navy's arrangement.The
Task Force onMilitpryRentention Maintenance Department men President Asks For 3 'M' Class Now consolidation of the VP

Office of the never go to work on Saturday, under roof is -
Secretary of Navy Beautifications Of squadrons one expected
Rm 3732 Arlington Npvy Annex Sunday, or holidays? If you suffer Being Taught At to centralize the logistic

Washington D.C. 20370 from this illusion contact Lt. Federal BuildingsThe support needed to supply aircraft \

J. F. Manley Avionics Officerat A/C DepartmentBuilding and Rather
the fields understudy parts components.
Among now NAS Jax AMD, and he'll soon President has expressedhis than eachsquadrenmaintain -
are: Fleet and Fleet Marine 702 was the scene of having
set you straight on his department's desire to heads of depart stockpiles
Force operations policies and much activity recently with the entirely separate
working schedule.Lt. ments and agencies that all Fed- and records one officer will be
education and formal of NAS ,
committments; start of training
Manley and six men from eral buildings bebeautified
maintained and one storeroom
training opportunities; promo- NAS have Just returned to the of Jacksonville and
sunny through planting trees, will be utilized by the main-
tion opportunities; personnel on the Standard Naval Maintenance
Florida after a three-week deployment shrubs, and flowers. of each
distribution sea/shore Material tenance departments
policies; Management Sys-
to something-less- President Johnson's objectiveIs
rotation policies; "frtngebene- tem. Two classes for Supervisorsand squadron.With .
than-sunny Keflavik Iceland, to make Federal buildings attractive -
the over
fits" bachelor and married class for Production change among
; one
where they utilized many of Icelarxl's and appealing so that they FAW-11 units to the new P3A
quarters; Navy/Marine Corps 20 dairy hours of sunshineto may enhance the beauty of Ameri- Workers were convened on May
with total of 80 students In Orion patrol aircraft present
public imagepayscalesprerog-; 24, a
labor as a Maintenance Aug- ca's communities In which theyare In-
have become
ative of rank and rate; and work attendence.The hangar spaces
menting Unit during recent situated. It is the President's have been
hours ashore and afloat. 3 "M" Is beIng adequate. plans
ing program
operations. In this capacity,NAS wish that Improvements be made made for disposition of the old
If have beneficial of
you any sug- taught by personnel Na-
Jax men worked In maintenance this spring.
make in these hangars once they are abondored,
gestions to or any val Air Maintenance Training
vans which maintained highly The President requests civic
other field this is last a move still 2 years away.
Detachment 3026. This
your training
specialized equipment In the air- groups be willing to assist on The naval hospital in
chance to write SecNavdirectly.VAP62 detachment moved from Cecil largest \
craft used the behalf of the
during operation. communities if local Florida 400-bed 'I
an eight-story,
Field where they trained over .
appropriated funds are not be started this I
2000 Aviation Maintenance Personnel hospital,
I Rota
Deploys to available. Thebeautlflcatlonpro- summer with ground clearing
on the new system. f
cesses should be assisted by expert work. Site preparation for the
Skywarriors photographic reconnaissance authorities in and Instruction covers the basic
designing $7.4 million structure will begin -
aircraft from Heavy requirements of SNMMMS whichis
and The
planting trees gardens. this month with a groundbreaking -
62 departed designed to provide more effective -
Photographic Squadron Bureau of Yards and Docks field The new hospital :
NAS Jax for asummerdeployment offices, National Park Service, management tools through ], to be located in the northwest :

to Rota, Spain, Friday, State and local park and forestry the use of electronic processing corner of the present hos-
28.Under. and compilation of data associated -
May and
departments, community
pital compound expected to
the command! of LCdr. with man-hour accounting
garden clubs are the organizations -
among be completed In later 1967.
.W. Govan detachment maintenance requirements and
George that will be called The air-condition
will spend the sumrre r conducting aircraft statistics. The basisof completely

aerial cartographic missions upon.CNO STATEMENTThe Instruction the Naval Avia- ed hospital will have six operat-

r ing rooms an obstetrics department .
( tion Maintenance and Material
to update current Navy oceano-
military posture of the Manual which an intensive care and recovery -
and Management IS
graphlc I port directory
charts.A Navy during fiscal year 1966 is approved by the Chief of Naval ward, and an enlargedCIltpatlen1'
described of this
: on page'lour Dec. 9 1961 s clinic. .",
and Operations ,
total 67
of 11 officers
issue of the,.Air News by AdmirtJ The :'outpatient's clinic will
enlisted men have departed for David L McDonald USN, Quotas for the SNMMMS Classes -
of the
Rota. Four flight crews, led ,by are controlled by ComFair- cover a large portion .
CDR..J. P. CULLEN,CO VAP-62,. Chief off Npvol Operations. The ground floor in the hospital At
LCdr. Govan, LCdr. Donald W. remarks printed have been lax and the Coordinator for this y
,extends best I wishes to LCdr.D. present, between 600-700 outpatients -
W. Crabtree (L) and LCdr. Crabtree (assistant OInC) LCdr. token from a statement delivered area Is Lt. S.B Phillips. are treated dairy. With

their Larry O. Connor and LCdr.Jerry by Admirtal I McDonald NAMTRADET 3026 Is presently -
G. W. Govan (C) upon Improved and more convenient
departure for Rota,Sppin.LCdr. Pizzo ferried the detachment's b.lor.lb.House off Representatives conposed of five Instructors

Govan will be OinC of the de- aircraft to Rota, while the remaining Committee on Armed Services under the direction of W.P.Davis, (Continued on Poge 2)PIY )

Iachm I ent. personnel were airlifted. earlier this year. ADCS.

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:; % r .Jo1"1<9 :;: A'GlE' SUNDAY T. J. Wooten, Chaplain

\ })!({ @ "J/ Service of Holy Nicolai Lenin, like many people, committed an egregious error in
l't-Ie Communion 8:00 a.m. his thoughts about the relationship of God to man and man to God,
Its repeated statements about
Service of Divine Communism despite advocating I it,
: 9:30 a.m. practicality of living life as life should be in Its present mode manifests -

1ZA i .. Worship School forages the most glaring mistake at this point. This !Is a mistake of
9:30 Sunday
because Communism does not know God
3 through 16. Bldg. 722 the worst type man and
the direct relationship between each one.
Service of Divine
f o OTE gSEr 11:00 a.m. Lenin once said, "religion Is the opium of the people" By this

.', X1.3 $$015 Worship 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship he meant humans were contented to suffer squalor, disease and social

injustices here, because religion promised cessation to these In the

next life. Lenin was positively, absolutely and completely In error

.. WEDNESDAY about religion and its business with man. Paradoxically, the oppositeIs

4:30 Junior Choir Rehearsal the truth.
p.m. God does not want man to suffer here and has obligated under the

7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal pain of sin to remove these sufferings on earth. The parable of the
... talents given to the three men proves this beyond any doubt. The two

r 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion men who Increased their five and three talents were rewarded, where.

6 4 Also on all Holy Days as the man who burled his one talent was punished severely.God .
Catholic Services at St. Ed- has given every human sufficient talents to take care of him-

ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval self and his loved ones and He expects every man to use such to the
\ "t:) Hospital fullest measure. We needn't think too much to realize the sufferingone
..... .' "..1":5': <'" \ who has talents causes by his refusal to use these talents. Are
', y Ply: SUNDAY MASS there men and women who could have given us now the answer to

6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital cancer is they had used their talents, but who now are suffering from

Editorial 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. poverty of some kind because of their refusal?
Edward's Chapel Every human, should realize what he possesses In the way of talents
and that be Is the only one who can put them to use. If we all did,

Service Vote Total Good DAILY MASS the net result would be a better world, and what is better, we would

11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel know God's great love for us as well as His great Protection. And
when one knows he Is loved arid protected in the right manner, this

But Could Be Much BetterThe MONDAY & TUESDAY earthly existence Is a most happy one.

4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC

Department of Defense has recently released a report on the FRIDAY r----I if I
record of absentee voting by service men and women In the 1964
Presidential election.At 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital 4t

first glance the statistics are Impressive. A little better than SATURDAY ,5

one out of two eligible uniformed voters 5L3 percent, to be exact t
cash a ballot In last year's election. This was an Increase of 1L8 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY
t: :
percent over the service vote total In 1960.A .
jump of 10 percent In four years Is certainly nothing to be ashamedof
but there are, we feel, 'good reasons why the total should alwaysbe .7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before _

up In the 80 and 90 percent range. Masses nf ,
About nine months before election day, the Department of Defense Catechism Classes:Grade School a

launched a massive "get out the vote" program In each of the ser- SATURDAY
vices. Voting posters appeared on posts and bases throughout the
world. I and E offices were well stocked with pamphlets and bro- 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activi-

chures with full details on how to register and apply for absentee ties building 722

ballots In each state, possession and territory. The American
Heritage Foundation and the Freedoms Foundation joined the Defense TrafficViolations

+ Department in the program, sponsoring contests to increase
Interest in service voting. And, to top It all off, DOD instituted a
program whereby each serviceman eligible to vote would be person-
ally delivered the Federal Post Card Application for an absentee
ballot. The following is a report of
motor vehicle accdents and traf-
How simple can It get for a person to cast a ballot? Certainlythe fic violations for the period May
services did everything possible to be sure each of us was aware 23 through May 29. THE CRUSADER CHOIR which will perform June 10 at the NAS Jax
of the election, of how Important it was for us to vote, and how to Protestnnt Chapel, enters the Highland Park Presbyterian Sanctuary
do it once we had made up our minds. Number of Accidents in Dallas Texas.Crusader.

It is our opinion that men and women in uniform should be the This
week May 23 through May
first absentee ballot when election time
ones scrambling to get an 29 . . . .4 Choir
rolls around. Why? Because, as members of the armed forces, we Total Accidents this through to Sing
of the work force the and year
are part that implements programs policies May 29 . . . 100
adopted by our government. If we like the way things have been Number of Accidents M At Protestant ChapelThe
we should be anxious for the who through ay
going, to vote people are going to
1964 . . . KM
keep things that way. If we aren't too happy with the status quo, our
Total rumber of days since last 100-voice Crusader Choirof cel Choir on a regular basis at
vote is the most effective voice we can use to get things squared
injury in motor vehicle accident Highland Park Presbyterian their Highland Park Presbyterian

away. . . . Church Dallas the lar
We feel it is obvious that no one in uniform can sit back, feeling 144 Texas, will be Church, Dallas, Texas,
smug and satisfied about that 11,8 percent increase. We should do Number of Violations singing at the All Saints Pro- gest Presbyterian, U.S. Church.

better I We should set an example for the rest of the voting populacein This Week . . . 24 Station testant,Chapel Jacksonville at the Naval Air Hospital)

every election Presidential, state or local I (AFPS) Speeding . . . 5 730 p.m., Thursday, Florida, New MAS
Reckless Driving . 2 June 10.The .
Continued From
Going Through Stop Sign 1 Crusader Choir ( Ppge
AX AIR: NEWSThe Other Violations ..... 16 Is on Its first choir tour cover- facilities, outpatients will receive
Eighteen drivers appeared before Ing 11 states In the Southeastern faster care and more peoplecan

the Traffic Hearing Boardat part of the United States, will be treated than the present
the meeting held on June 1. present an hour-long of working conditions will accomo-
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Disposition of the cases includedthe both sacred and secular program date.
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, following: nine lost drivingand The music.
Crusaders officialsthe
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a narking privileges aboard singers from the, composed 7th of According to Hospital will bolster the
private firm. All Copy submitted far use in the JAX AIR station for various periods; two through senior grade new building
high, will be dir- efficiency of hospital personnelwhile
NEWS must be forwarded
to the Service Information Office, were assigned to complete an ected
by John
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville C. Cooper, who having a physchologlcallygood
by 12:00: noon on Monday before eight-hour course In remedial has been their
publication. News items Instructions choir director effect on patients.The .
are welcomed for all sources-- driving at NATTC; since
1959. James Winston Smith add itional communic a tions
Telephone EV 9-7711 Ext. 8162. three were assigned to completea Is
as3tant; to the director and spaces plans for NAS Jax to take
Advertisements are solicited by thepublisherandqueriesconcerning six-hour course In remedial
such should be directed to the Holt Publishing driving at Jax Police Academy; Miss Barbar rth will be ac- the form of a two-story additionto
companist. adjoining '
Company 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida. nine received suspended penal- Choir members the rear of Building 1,
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. ties; two were given warnings; have been present communicationsspaces.
two were dismissed; two were working all year collecting The new center will house

VOL. 23 NO. 12 JUNE 3, 1965 fined; and two were referred to papers and selling candy in order NAS Communications, ComFairJax -
to raise
commanding officers for possible enough money and the entire FAW-11 staffas
to finance
disciplinary action. their tour. The Cru- well as the ComFairJax

saders also relieve the Chan- Operational Control Center



New A7A Scheduled For Use It's Time For Pre-School I

Children's Medical Exams

At Cecil Field This SummerIn
Mothers, it's time, once againto munizatlon is as follows but its
be cooperative.This subject to change:
year will set new record
a short time the Navy's new for number of children Diptheria. Pertussis, and Tetanus -
A7A light attack jet will arriveat enteringthe
first grade In the Jacksonville (Baby Shots )
Cecil Field where the aircraft
will undergo some of the first schools. All these pre-school A one month Interval between
, children have to have a physi- each shot. Recommended age for
stages of being phased Into Navy
cal examination before they can first shot-six weeks, after the

use.The A7A Is manufactured by enter school therefore it is bestto babys first physicaL Second shot,
the Ling-Temco-Vought Com- 11JbVV think now about getting your one month later. Third shot one
child ready for school well in
pany, which also builds the F8 month after the second. A booster
advance. is required between 7 and
Crusader that Is flown here. The
Another thing which is necess- .
12 months after the last Im- -
A7A, a modified version of the V ary before your child can start munization. I
Crusader, will be used by the school is Immunizations. These i
Navy as a light attack aircraft.It can also be secured well in advance Sabin, oral polio vaccine, a
has been named Corsair IL R before school starts. six week period Is required between -
The aircraft each immunization. Firstat
designed as a Immunizations are given ever
limited-war weapon has a fixed Tuesday and Thursday at 1p.m.at the age of six weeks, after
wing, and employs a Pratt Y C pSNP dt the Cecil Field Dispensary.No the baby's first physicaL Next j
and Whitney TF-30 jet engine. appointment Is needed for these two at six week intervals.

There Is no afterburner in the F shots except measles. Smallpox Measle vaccinations are per-

aircraft. vaccination is required every manent Immunizations against
The A7A Is designed to have three years. true measles. Typhoid and Paratyphoid -

twice the range of the A4 Sky- ": Pre-school exams can be scheduled Immunizations should be
hawk and will carry a greater ;"; '< '''' ; starting the sixth of next started when the child Is 3yearsold. -

payload at any given range. :"f, ..iI"f' I month; appointments at Cecil !. There are two immunizations
Perhaps one of the best aspectsof : ; Field may be made by callingext. In this series, one month apart. ,
this plane is what was 404. Re-Immurizadons are needed f-
described by company President The present schedule for im- every four years.
Paul Thayer; "We have agreedto
give the Navy an efficient, low
cost weapon system on schedule,
with guaranteed performance at a rsrr.nat.fL1 -
fixed price."

Government funds alloted to /
finance this aircraft passed 100- -
million dollars last September.The .
A7A Is produced under a
contract which the companyguar-

antees performance, delivery J
and maintainability goals. 1IL
The plane Is designed to have
twice the range and twice the
bomb: carrying ability of any Navy .
light attack plane.VP16's.

Orion See us. We deliver. a fully equipped Chrysler

Steals Show priced less than $7 a month more than

During AF DayI small cars and junior editions.

Crowds estimated in excess of < visited Patrol Squadron
35,000 V-8 Engine Base '
Sixteen aircraft displays InKan- Make Wheolbase Overall Cubic Inch Monthly' Different
length Displacement| Payments Per Month ;.' ,
sas City, Bedford, Mass., and F .. ,
CHRYSLER NEWPORT 124' 218.2383 $65.67 -I-
Kinder/ Air Force Base, Ber- ,
muda, over the Armed Forces FORD GALAXIE 500 119 210.0 289 58.94 $6.73 \ '

Day weekend. CHEVROLET IMPALA 119 213.1 283 58.94 6.73
In each place VP-lB's Orion I 3)' .;,;',' ;M a. 'f f : OLDS F-85 CUTLASS 115 204.3 330 59.26 6.41
was the star of the show. The BUICK SPECIAL SKYLARK 115 203.4 300 58.65 7.02

Boston Sunday Globe 'reported, j 1,4. f V'v ,tJ'f l, .: ,,r BASIS OF COMPARISON models are 2-door hardtops equipped with V-8 engine,automatic
"it was a bad day for:the Air ,1 transmission, power steering, power brakes radio and heater. Monthly payments '
have been computed on manufacturers' suggested retail price one-third down and 36
Force all around. The best static monthly payments. Not Included are the extras you pay for on practically) any new car
P3 t ,., whitewall tires, deluxe wheel covers, destination charges, state and local t.xes. interest.
attraction was the huge Navy Insurance and licensing fees.CLAYTON,
Submarine Hunter-Killer". -
The story was much the same In
Kansas City and at Klndety Air
Force Base, Bermuda, where ..-..
visitors waited In long lines for a

look at the P3.
At KIndely, Lord Montmere,
Governor of Bermuda,was among

the distinguished guests viewingthe REVELSV





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I r 4CNO Discusses 1966 Military Posture I I"Ibe

following are remarks tion. Iq short, the military services of them did their jobs exactly as AMPHIBIOUS OPERATIONS d

taken from the statement delivered must give their Commander required is a source of deep Also using some submarineson

by Admiral David L.McDonald -In-Chief maximum flexibility satlsfation, not only to me, but I occasion, but in a much different -

Chief of Naval Operations over the entire range from tightly know to you as well. NavyMarineCorps P
The foregoing are but Indications amphibious assault forces 9
before the Committee on controlled limited actions to

Armed Services (House of Rep- all-out general retaliation.The of our ability to project the provide our nation with a unique

resentatives) earlier this year. Navy and I Include here national policy of the United military capability.The Marinesare _

Admiral McDonald was discussing the Marine Corps provides a States to wherever salt water able to travel light,.because b

the fiscal year 1966 of the large measure of this needed permits us to sail The frequency they depend for logistic support

military posture of the U.S.Navy. flexibility for the complete spec- with which our nation has found upon the Navy. As a completely)

The information contained In the trum of response. We can be on the Navy to be a useful and effective equipped combat-ready fighting

Admiral's statement concerning the scene without landing single Instrument of national force their reaction time and:

Navy policies and programs will Individual on foreign soil.We can policy and diplomacy has not only staying power are enhanced because -

-,.. be of interest to aU hands. show Interested concern, and we increased since World War II, they carry all needed

show compassion and friendliness but the opportunities and antici- equipment with them. They hit

STRATEGIC_ EVALUATIONFundamental have done Incount- pated requirements for future
as we hard, because their assualt cap- fgL

to the assessment less situations throughout the employment are many and varied. ability combines) the best fighting

of our nationaistrategic situation years. We can strike with swift equipment and qualities of the air,

today Is the mounting maritime precision if so ordered, doing SEA POWER TODAY sea and shore envlroments., Adm. McDonald

challenge we face. Over the past harm only to those who would)
the world Influence
ocean can the
several years, the Soviets have harm us; we could, If necessary, t
ATTACK good or evil isle
evidenced growing awareness of cause overwhelming catastropheto
to the majorcontrlbut.lcn "
Turning Navy's wishes. Nuclear
power already
the importance of a maritime our enemies; and we can carryout
to our in which I know permits an almost unlimited
strategy and have increasinglyused any mission between those Another subject
nuclear deterrence, l need say Interested Is the required sea-range. Reactors now In the
seapower in expanding their extremes. To accomplish these are vitally
little about the Fleet BallisticMissle
influence. Their efforts at sea include finely graduated purposes weoperate number of attack carrier design stage will not require refueling

research reconnaissance from mobile floating Program except to g raps. In addressing this subject during the entire life of
comment that Its capabilities are
commerce flshlng.They have bases limited by little else thanan let me say, first we are not talkIng the ship. When this Is coupled!

Invested Increased funds In their adequate depth of water for living up to predictions. The about certain numbers of with the greatly Improved aircraft
command control and communication -
Navy. It Is a good: Navy; though safe navigation.I under which It ships simply because we are combat radius provided by

still apparently concentrated:: on need only to review brieflythe system operates wedded to those numbers. We feel our new planes, we see a whale
has, In tests so far, proved
of the' in the new vista of naval -- and national
the submarine, surface elements contributions of U.S. sea- that the Navy
Itself to be 100% de-
have not been neglected. There power during the past year In national defense must be the de- capabilities opening: ( -
.. pendable. Test results of thePOLARl.
has been Increasing use of over- order for us to recognize the > missile have beenslm-

water air operations. The con- value of the forces which were xz'w v 1 Y'a
Ilarly high; we have, for example,
clusion Is clear that we must available and on the job when
just recently recorded seventeen
prepare for the Increasing pro- needed. AU of us are aware of
consecutive successful test firings -
jection of Russian naval power recent naval participation In events of the new A3 missile from a Y r S f 1 WMr'o

and effectiveness In the years to In widely separated areas submerged submarine off Cape fi o-firs

come. of the globe, particularly In .
Kennedy. This Is an Improvementover
With the growth of Red China's Southeast Asia. The significant the success rates achieved ,4. t ( ;, $JIq.i1tJL

technical competence: her Interests thing Is that when these situ- V k-i
in earlier models. i
In the sea can alaobe expected ations required our country to
On the Twelfth of
to Increase. She Is more take a stand there was a mili- February we
had 21 FBM submarines
fortunate than Russia In that she tary capability at hand with which deployedwith ;
the missiles of of them
has a long coastline with many to make credible cur position. It most T1w
in deterrent Additionally
good warm water harbors. Some was not accidential that this military posture. -
5 have been
day she may challenge the established presence was often sea completedmlplaced
commission. The .
order of the sea In orderto based. Sea based forces are remaining .t k

use it as an avenue to force unique In this regard--self-con- 15 are various stagesof jL :,!
construction. The
her influence: into other parts of tained, independent, with the requisite total pro-

the world. Like Russia she well power,mobility flexibility gram of 41, to be completed In

may turn to the submarine as a and self-sufficiency. In each 1967 will allow an average of J _
'Co 22 on station, 7 In overhaul and
major Instrument for the pur case, our Navy was able to perform -
12 In various
pose. Thus, one of cur major its task with precisely the states of refit.
Our sea based deterrent
continuing problems Is to Improve right combination of strength and effectiveness -
will be
our means of combating hte finesse required by the existing greatly inhanced
submarine, both In Its traditionalrole conditions and specified by those missile and

against ships at sea and in Its charged with determination of weapon system, which will be
incorporated In
more recent one of launching cur national policy. Futhermore, our Fleet Ballistic i*

missies against land targets. sea based forces require neither minor Missile modifications.submarines This with only Vigilpnf.termining .
International nor local license to
THE COlD WAR the missile system will have about factor.Although fore us. The world ocean permits'
on high seas
move anywhere ;
twice the and our attack carriers-
Today we find ourselves still such movement Is at the sole payload accuracyof will have us to project our strength where
the A3 missile which always a resldualstra-
In of International of President. In Is cur- In safeguardIng -
an era relations discretion cur and when we will.
the advanced teglc capability,they are basically
rently most of and!
In which the threat ofgen- these most recent Instances, cur mobile tactical our Ideals of freedom:
POLARIS missile air-fields.The,
eral war can no longer be a forces arrived ready. That aU family. .need for UbeitY
carriers Is, therefore
rational pan of any nation's International The Navy has madeathoroignexamination
directly related to our country'soverall
alternatives. But,un- of nuclear power for
.-- need for tactical air
happily In certain areas the incentive : major combatant surface ships.
.., forces. We in the Navy. havemade
for International adven- r b We are convinced that the extra
an exhaustive
study on
ture seems to have Increased.The '. land-based/sea-based value obtained by this employ
mix with-
very Incredibility of all-out ; ,r ,.. 1" in this overall ment of nuclear power makes it
...... needed require-
nuclear has removed of ..'. this
war some .. ,
.. ,, ij :-: ... essential that we Increase
_, / ment total. We have
''IZ.t' .. looked
.; ;;
under which .: par-
the uncertainties '"'!.II'"It.. ''''' In a reasoned,
; capability
nations heretofore have operated.In "' --.j. ., ...o: ticularly at the relative vulner- manner.
effect It has given ,. ;."it. . ability and costs of each sys- progressive
,.< .... '
; fif Our
license to those who have aggressive : .'. ,..:). -, -' .. tem. conclusion Is that when SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONThe

designs. Restraint In one .,., .... ". '\ ,' _....:.(""': .'."". ''.,:"i:>T"'" ". : both forces are used In a rea-

area has apparently led to Irresponsibility _: .' <:-. sonable way, the costs to achievea Navy for which these new

in others. .'4."' ""T1\ ,. ., .. given capability are of the same shps, aircraft,weapons and capa
The responsibility for maintaining .<..... >'..""...:X' general order of magnitude. bilities are beta' requested is cur a

the balance of International ::-'. .'. force designed to enhance

peace clearly lies with us and ,; .......' \. '".', NUCLEAR POWER national power and to further ensure

our allies. Thus for the foreseeable .. our security--to provide

future, we must remain Among the greatest strides that precisely metered, blanced

flexible ready toshlftemphasis, forward In, Naval capability has evidence of national determination
1 been the advent of nuclear] and remains
sometimes In response to shiftsof power : which has been
for ships. It Is "c1ear,that;this in to-
any enemy thrust, and sometimes today a':' controlling
power, gives us unsurpassed Operating
on our own Initiative. We resiliency ternation relations.

must be prepared tocounterhos- flexibility and en- from its natural environment, tne

( force If durance. Substitution: :of nuclear the entire range
tile actions with necessary t Navy can cover
.. J fuel for.? : 6lJ} may wellr4odify'the, and aU:
I and we must always operate 'MacKlnder ) of tensions between peace

deliberately and in preciselythe theory that ,he ,who cut war, without having to accept
i rules the
degree required by the situa USS Saratoga world Island can rule either political or diplomat

the world. I say, "He who rules limitation upon our movements;




Red Cross Roads

Water Safety Urged During SummerMan

{ bx
was created as an terrestrial dertows, lack of life guards unknown due to lack of knowledge about
being. He lives, walks depths, undesirable fish some aspects of swimming.This .
eats and sleeps on land.! His entire and contaminated water. article Is one of a seriesof
physical structure, body THERE IS A WAYtobathe.The two written about water safety.
temperature and breathing facilities body has need for physical adjust- In the final article specific ,
are arranged for existence ment to water. In water of reasonable methods of life saving and water r
on lard Yet, something has encouraged temperature ((76-78 degrees safety will be presented. The
man to develop locomotion ) there Is little danger If source material for each article
In water; perhaps that some people> follow the Idea of gradual Is literature of the American Red
thing Is,courage, curiosity dom Immersion; walking Into the Cross. THE NEWIY-CAPPED groduotes of the U.S. Naval Hospital R.d
inant will, and/or or adaptable Cross Volunteer Class 44 and Cecil Field Class '5 proudly dis-
brain. Whatever the cause, V play their new caps following the graduation ceremonies. .. --I
man has learned to move about In
the water and enjoy the experience -
Red Cross VolunteersGraduate
It Is believed that no person has
ever walked or Jumped Intowater at NAS ChaplThe
without previous knowledge of a J
swimming stroke and been able to fourty-fourth class of Red pltal, presented awards tovolun-
,swim away. True, such people J % k cross volunteers from the U.S. t leer, commeradng lengths of ser-
have found themselves In the W. Naval Hospital and: the fifth class vice that ranged: from one year to
water and have been able to fight % from Cecil Field graduated In seven years.Following.
furiously and! keep their heads above combined ceremonies held May the awards presentation -
water. These people could : 24 at the NAS lax Protestant the new volunteers
not have been at ease nor could ChapeL were called forward, one by one,
they have continued their efforts Mrs. W.D. Toofe] President of aid the cap placed on their head.
very long. the Red Cross Volunteers pre- Cdr. Geraldine Houp (NC) per-
EVERYONE KNOWS that there sided at the ceremonies and Introduced formed the ceremony for the NAS "
are certain hazardous aspects a- F1&A the guest speaker Cap- Jax volunteers with LCdr. Mar-
bout the water and activities tain Reginald V. Berry (MC), garet Neely (NC)doing the honors
therein. Water'cansuffocate; who Is Chief of the Neuropsychiatry for Cecil Field.
water encourages exhaustion. & Service at theNavalHos-
Every person who seeks recrea- pltaL
tion In and around water should Captain W.S. Baker Jr.,Commanding -
be aware of the hazards Involved Officer oftbe NavalHos-
and should acquaint himself with
water safety concepts. water to thigh depth, rubbing and
There Is a time to bathe. Favorable splashing water on the upper extremities -
weather conditions tell ; moving to waist-depth
us when to swim; It Is best not and repeating the process until
to go In the water Immediatelyafter becoming wet all over. Under VACATION PUNNING?
eating a full meal. Good sab-normal physical conditions It ,""
health Is desirable for the swim Is possible for- any bather to be -
mer; also effected adversely by sudden Im-
There are places to bathe.The mersion.
novice should confine his activi- It seems ridiculous, perhaps,
ties to water of known depth and to even consider that some people ,,
supervision. It Is always wise to today do not know where, when {.
refrain from swimming where and how to swim. Yet there are
there are known hazards -- un- almost dally reports of fatalities
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t, t Executive '::-. .: ,',
(3. Jri :' The Secretary, ", .
rd Board of U.S. Civil Service Ex- ,,,", -
aminers for the Naval Air Station ', : :
has announcedthat ,, _
,. Jacksonville, '; ::
an examination for Electric )"
Accounting Machine Operators, I'x M
CS-2 $3680. per annum, m1 GS3. -
'T $3880. per annum,is to be con THIRTY-YEAR PINS: Elmer C. Phillips, Communications Dept. and
I ducted. The duties of these positions Johnie leovinj of' Public Works receive(heir 30-yepr length of service .

require that ellgibles who (wards from Captpin J.R.Mackroth.CO, NAS Jax, Also present
F v are selected for employment operate for the ceremony are Cpptain James A.Hiegel(rear), Public Works
r one or more electric accounting Officer and Lt. Paul G. Richter, Communications Dept.The men received -
M machines such as reproducing the Navy's pnchor-type lapel emblem as part of the Civil
Commiuion'slncentive Awards .
punches, summary Service Program recognizing employees
card punches sorters collators who hpve rendered long (pnd'aithfuhervice militpry
and civil service.
Interpreters calculators and
statistical machines In proces-

sing data. Ellgibles] must also be A Mortgage Is A Savings Account!
MILITARY and Federpl Civil Serviceemploymanttotal able to perform wiring and set
ing 40 Coburn of the Over*
control pins according to wiring Washington D. C. (NAV- count as payments are made.
html I and from the of the
Repair Department an Award Secretary and
diagrams perform clerical Mortgages
NEWS) -- When someone tells represent to mil
his service. J.R.Mockroth
Njovy commemorating long Captain ,
tasks related the lions of
to assigned machine Americans the
that account only
NAS Jax presented the Award with Cjaptam Thomps Washington, you your mortgage possible
processing duties. Appli- is in effect a savings account he way to own a home. As they
Jr., o&R Officer, plso present. Coburn, who came to NAS Jpt in
1946 upon retirement from the Navy, presently serves as In- cants for GS-2 positions will not Is not putting you on, as the sayIng pay Into the mortgage account,
spector, Aircraft Assemblies in the Quality Assurance Group. The be required to pass a writtentest goes. they are building an equity of
highest quality of his work is attested by the recommendations for but will be rated on the extent Although the usual mortgage at ownership and this Is an effective -

superior Accomplishment awards which are in his.personnelfolder._ and: quality of their experience. the outset is part of aloantrans- way to save.
They must have completed action, it normally develops
a specialized course of Instruction -
aspects of a forced savings ac-
In the operation of electric

accounting machines plus ((1) .3
C \ X XH
months of office machine op- '
I "
APPLIANCE JERVICE NC. eration, ((2)) 3 months of clerical f That v !

or office experience, or ((3)) Whoopitup'tunny ?
graduation high school plus
Mpny bprgains in reconditioned T.V., Air conditioners,Wjash- 3 months experience or training \

..... DryersStoves>> Refrigerator rind Freezers. in the operation of electric accounting western:"": ;' KEEPKOOL

We repair fall 1 make&models. Applicants for GS-3 positionsmust z
pass a written test and have
FREE ESTIMATES TERMS AVAILABLE 1 year of acceptable experience
4671 Highway Blvd. 387.5880RiI of which 6 months is specialized

or have had one academic yearof
business or secretarial school WITH ONE OF THESE

or junior college. Such educationmust AIR CONDITIONEDCARS
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operation of electric
64 Mercury 4-Dr $2595
machines. The registers of eli- R T.. POWER 8TEERINO: *
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n this examination will be used to 4.DR. HT.. FULL POWER *
fill requirements In Baker Bradford FACTORY AIR COND.
61 T-BirdH.T.
Clay Duval Nassau and St. POWER ft FACTORY? AIR.
t Johns Counties 56 Line. 4-Dr. ,$ 695
WJ41ktk *1 IL Complete Information concerning POWF.Il A AIR COND.
the examination may be CAT 57 Line. 4-Dr. .$ 795
obtained from the Board of U.S. 64 'l'Rird $:4lj!
Civil Service Examiners, Build IANDA1T. Jo'JL POWER.: FAC.
ing 907 NAS Jacksonville, EHLLOU 64 TORT Line.AIR Cont.COND. $1705CONV. !

Florida or from any first or second ., FULL POWER: FAC-
class post office In the area tJUIE EOIDA'RE IARYIHMICIIUI 64"LlncraCont. $4405:
to be serviced. 4 DTI., PAC
CUM 63 Grand Prix $2'295
Every mutual interest in
marriage Is like another hawser mmmm TORY AIR
63 Imperial Conv. $2805FULL !
thrown from
ship to dock to hold POWER FACTORY AIR.
the two fast. So these ties should CENTER 65 Mercury 4-Dr. $34 b
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Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM SAT ONLY RIVERSIDE

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JUNE 3. 1965
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I ttIf Ya Ask Us" Hendricks Chosen As NA TIC Plank Needed Owners

Don What Is Patterson an American? Thomas Hutchlns, ATI, I think Serviceman Of The MonthIt Attention! "Plank owners"
American AE3, "An the America! needed.
consists of a numberof is the result ot :i;.: Response to the NAS Jax Ser-
things. You wj.--.r. 200 years of living '" was announced recently that vice Information Office searchfor
can not narrow l'democracy William R. Hendricks, DT2, was
In a fret "plank owners" of the Jack-
down the true selected "Serviceman of the
sonville Naval Air Station has
American, how- which Is coming Month" for April at Naval Air been very good, but It Is hoped
ever you could to producepara- Technical Training Center. that more Individuals will reply.
say that an Hendricks hag been attached to The
sites living off a '" request Is in connection
American has government that HUTCHINSwas the training center since January. z the air station's 25th anniversary
two things,spirit originally founded by hard- His letter of commendation:! said rd R to be celebrated on October 15
and pride. If you PATTERSON working, Individualistic men." that during the six months he has and 16.
have these two things, have been attached to NATTC Dental
you Hance Bruce, LTjg, "An .w Personnel who where stationed
everything." American Is thought of as being Department, he has performedhis ,," j, "t' ., at this activity at Its birth are
Oresto Pro, AT3, "My esti- a citizen of the assigned tasks In a manner ( "<' > .. j1' requested to contact the Service "
mation of an United States i !t above and beyond that which is <)1t: _-<>\" _, .....:f.... .J.N,....(' {1'if: ..' Information Office at EV 9-7711.
American Is and Is generally -! normally expected. Willipn R. Hendricks Ext. 272 or 656.ATTENTION.
Just a good and:! expected to t It also said, "In displaying .
friendly citizen reflect the spirit]h votion to duty,Hendricks' integrity -
who believes In of his heritage.! :t, and genuine Interest In carry-
freedom and The elements]t:;:;p ing out his dally tasks are clearly I
lives under Its which are apparent -* evident at all times. Through his
principles." b when efforts many manhours and great
Shields WinPRO American reflects his heritageIs monetary savings are being Chief's and OfficersJust
ston, SA, "The American to me commonly referred to as realized In the Dental Supply Sec
Is the person en-r'! % Americanism. tion."
dowed with a. : Along with his letter of commendation -
democratic ,,' presented by CaptainC.
spirit, an everyday Ninety Nine AA G. Strum, Commanding:! Of-
do-gooder, i ficer of NATTC, Hendricks received Say"CHARGE SM1S
the sort of Joe I Advanced To AN a $50.00 U.S. Savings IT"
Jones down the J Bond, and:! a free trip to historicSt. RtJEBUciK; AND m
street who'" At NATTC CenterA Augustine, Florida -courtesy on Sears Revolving ,
showed faith In WINSTON of the Jacksonville USO and St. Charge Account i:
his country when he joined the new record was set at Nav- Augustine Chamber of Commercefor S
U.S. Armed Forces." al Air Technical Training Center him and his family. BAY ST. HOGAN
Richard Stout, Ensign "An May 16 when 99 students were advanced Hendricks Is married to the
American should be characterized to Airman after com- former Judith D. Lee of indian-
by his vir -' a"tues pleting the Airman Familiarization apolis, Ind. They have a son and
rather than ,... Course. The previous high are presently residing at 424 : :
by his heritage.The for the training center was 90. Hayton Drive, Orange Park. i zfi' <
true American !- The AIRFAM course consists
Is familiar r of the first two weeks of AE"A"
with Important and AO"A" school Students of
domestic and in- I'' both schools attend this phase of

,ternatlonalIssues training together. The training

and exSTOUT consists of basic airman subjects .. ,\\ Y,
presses his objective opinionsat such as aircraft handling, sur- l? ;
the voting booth or In lettersto vival gear, taxi signals, and:!
his Congressman An American nomenclature.In .
Is one who cares about addition, Basic Military Requirements ::
America." are covered In a

Donald Ray, PR2, "An American series of"home study" lessons. LY
Is a person who loves his ktk
country, one who I
sees the Ameri- Walking along a dimly lighted

can flag going up ] street, a man was surprised bya .,;
and feels very a stranger who slipped out of the
proud of his na- shadows and stopped him.
tion. Some M < "What do you want?" asked the '
say < 1
that our government ....";.) ;\ passerby. 3T;;
is not the .. ,JI. ..+. ; "Would you be so kind," was
best but it has RAY the reply, "as to help a poor,
fellow who is out of
unfortunate nL.
very well and we have
work ,and ? All I
very '
gotten along with it. We should ,
have in the world is this gunf'LoolsvllleCoorlerJnl k
really try to take a little more 1T...ANXOU5rMONEY rr > 4
pride in all the freedoms that Mag. f ar I
we have and enjoy and we haveto
much to be proud."

Harvey Jahn, ATN2, "An IN 1 DAY f .:
American is an individual whom

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close the from June 1965 that in.1st November hurricane date marked until,the the season the season's stan men, and'of of 0 n P a I r 0 I With VW4LirI die and activity Hurricane out after to the several ETHELconflnedher tropical days.Atlantic,

FLORENCE,which developed{ St S 5 r :
S /
Airborne Early Warning SquadronFWRwLllbeOfl24hclr- far out In the Atlantic 1 \ 5 CSSS
never endangered : S S S
j 7 land! areas due to it's'
alert against these most destructive -
remote location.
forces of nature. I Hurricane
GLADYS set her
The Hurricane Hunters are sights on the Island of
1tt charged with the unique task of but at the last moment swerved
_' S
early warning to areas
S providing east, striking the}British Isle with
endangered by tropical storms. but a small portion of her full
T Using a specially configured[ version force.

i of the Lockheed Super Constellation _____ On the eve of October HurrillUAblcwonsce S
7 w ? the Hunters penetrate cane ) In >5
) ,' '
\, .\\4 _'.( the turbulent wall cloud which
> the form of
''J'" a tropical disturbance -
w; .. S
<:l'' : '". surrounds the "eye" of the storm In the Gulf of Mexico. As b '
: : t4"; 4:
':'.. ... '/' : :: : _, to compile vital weather data on HILDA Intensified, It became i SI I S SS SS
"), '', ,,,,' (' ______________ .. ..,,tot" ,,,,-.,. _
,),j;; .(' < .,:-t""." ,," '":,:\ it's intensity, velocity and dir- evident that her path would take
ection of movement. her Into
4 the coast of Lous* Una.
I l t #
.e S,
'h, / J Jacksonville residents had a Residents of this state, remembering -
,<<," first hand look at the awesome ; killer hurricane AUDREYof \iC
7 p$ ..(":; ) power of the hurricane last year 1957 which took over 500 lives, S
when DORA swept over the gate- hastened to prepare for her on- I 'I"

4 ,," way city. Evidence of this power _______S 5SSfs slaught. Despite extensive early
can still be seen at Jacksonville ______ warnings and mass::; evacuation of
Beach and along Florida Highw ay S SS threatened areas, HILDA'S' 150

-'\',,'.;. A1A. Property damage in these _____ mph winds swpt Into the Cajun I
: areas alone was estimated in the ;, country, exacting a toll of 36 kIa:'

L : millions of dollars. dead and millions of dollars In DONNA OVER THE KEYS Hurricane Donnn was photographed; on Radar as the eye passed.. over
The 1964 hurricane seas on will property> damage. This brought Marathon, Fla., and left millions of dollars of destruction in her wake. The Hurricane Hunters tracked

________: J remain a memorable one for the to a close the 1964 hurricane Donna for ten days, compiling 239 flight hours.
-- Hurricane Hunters. The squadron season. _. .. ._
DOUBLE _____ S -SS---- .
EYED HURRICANE Th. rar. doubl..y. hurrkan. was Gracy 1959 *. Hunter .shoe <' '}' .5 S ,
< called
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_____________ AND THE BEACHES proved to be no more than that the aircraft as the violent winds SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS SR 22'' FILEDMcDOUGALL'S
S until August 20 saw the entry of tore the port wing fuel tank from
__ a stormy lady named CLEO onto It's' pos ition. This was almost I INSURANCE
rnmrmmIm the radar scope of a tiirricane simultaneously accompanied by M C ) AGENCY, INC.
Hunter' aircraft. CLEO was complete loss of radar and par-

t termed. by weather observers as tial loss of power on one engine. NAVAL AIR STATION OFFICE NAVAL STATION OFFICE. .
"a small but dangerous* hurri-- Brief minutes later thestarboardwingfueltankwaslost. 6463 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 2SBO MAYPORT ROAD
FRITZ cane," a fact that was to be The 72 ': S JACKSONVILLE. FLA. ATLANTIC BEACH.FLA.PMONC .
PARMA N amply demonstrated later.. ton aircraft was tossed like atoy PHOWK 388-7676 249.S64BLOUNGE

__ Ret.CPO. L-- by the force of CLEO's' mighty S -
---- Forming east of the island of winds. Seven crewmembers were

owner S. Guadaloupe, CLEO swept across Injured as thestormbattered air-
the French "emerald isle" taking craft fought It's' way out of the
S the lives of 13 Guadaloupians swirling maelstrom of wind and
;; and Inflicting heavy property water. Replying to the planes
Harold Ptrau Majport
Fritz Ptrman,n3 Roosevelt -i damage.., 'The killer hurricane distress signal, a research ftDLEV
Lou Webber NormandySPEED HURRICANE HUNTER squpdron VW4 fly the lie" Super Con.siIztion then set It's' sights on Puerto plane from the Weather Bureau
Rico. But fortune smiled on the escorted the damaged aircraft toa
Caribbean commonwealth as position south of Ramey Air DAMAGE E to the aircraft hpppens during the passpge of' flight & PACKAGE STOREGO
... EQUIPMENT through the hurricane. The two wing tanks. to this Super Conny was
CLEO veered to pass south of the Force Base where they were Intercepted -
THLYsPEcIA torn during the Aug. 23 Hurricane Cleo. -
Island.As S and escorted a ID Roose-
velt''' Roads by a Coast
RACING SLICKS.. CHF50ME 0 PIPES SHRIMP DINNER 99 the storm was situated about plane. Despite this near tragic
TACHOMETERS & FLOOR I SHIFTS '' 150 miles south* of Puerto Rico, mishap, squadron aircraft continued DANCING
a Hurricane Hunter' aircraft on a UNTIL
ALL YOU CAN EAT reconnaissance flights on
routine patrol of the hurricane CLEO. The Hurricane Hunters
\s 2AM
NO I DOWN PAYMENT 11:30: A.M7TOA10LP.M. We Make a Vcialty of entered the storm from the weak- received subsequent commendation

est quadrent on the south After for the tracking of the storm 3909 BLANDING BLVD.
WE FINANCE I ANYONE I IN THE USNWTH CATFISH gathering weather information.. from the Chief of Naval Opera
the big Super Constellation commenced tions. DRIVE-IN SERVICE
PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES HE1p, -OYSTERS it's' exit from the storm. DORA, the season's second CASE LOTS AT COST + 10Xr

| FREE -CHICKEN Sudden and violent updrafts lift- hurricane, battered Florida with T-9
.5. I, -STEAKS ed the plane several hundred feet winds of over 100 knots, inflict- : ,
BRAKEjUcALINMjJ S RED SNAPPERS despite attempts to level off.
ing heavy property damage. _

S 1qj$5. f ;. 6 _BANQUET-BUSINESS TAKE-OUT MEN'S SERVICE SERVICE' 'Reese Plane Commander and Co-pilot CDR LCDR W.D. H.H. Timely sive loss of preparation life early J Jacksonville warning prevented and and exten-any the I %

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LUNCHROOSEVELT surrounding area hltby the mam- r U'A' H:HoMr I.I

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3,. 1965


U- 42 Slot Racing Women's S de,1

Now AvailableAt Of the Story

Hobby ShopDrivers By Shtrl Conaughton' "

M t M# man your cars I With Mrs. Mary Dunlap, prominent at their best advantage.'
.N.1"'s b.., the spinning of tires andwhinnlng
lady of fashion is very emphatic -
of engines, the cars are through for Notes of Intereit
a'4 gC : tA l w "it about the do's and don'ts
155 i'
8 C p. the first turn and headed into the
perfect groaning. For our interview NAS Jacksonville
straight-away. Sound like the she wore a one piece VP-30 Congratulations to.Cdr..
running of Sebring races? Well dress of a double knit fabricIn Geo. Denmark and Cdr Don
although the race is scaled toSe- bright pink. The design by L, Wvethrtch for their recent
COMING OUT OF th. rtnrst si bank turn J.E. Klirt's Formula On* bring, the cars running in this Nina Ricca is a Paris originalIn promotions.NAS .
roar has a slight sod over the ctir operated by John Brobston. race are model slot car races the workmanship of Mrs.Dun- Cecil
Wink, who it attached to VP-7, terves as Vie* President of the being held by the Navy JaxModelSlot laps dress you can see that she VF-174 Thursday May 27 the officers ,
club. Car Club.Several takes pride in the minute detail and wives of VF-174 gave '
months ago a group of which makes a lovely garment. a Farewell Steak cook-out at the ;
military personnel interested in This pride Is, of course, evidentIn ORF for Cdr. L. B. Stephens, ,
forming a model slot racing club everything Mrs. Dunlap does. executive officer of the squadron. i
went to the Special Services Of- "One very important factor for A silver Martini set was':
ficer to obtain permission to stan good looks is NEVER appear inpublic presented to Cdr. Stephens in i
such a club. They got the appro- with your hair in curlers. recognition of his 22 year in the "
val and also were alloted an area I don't feel that It Is fair to Navy. Friday morning May 28a
In the Hobby Shop, Bldg. 897. friends or even acquaintances.It Retirement ceremony was held
C.I.T. knows Members who started the club shows disrespect for everyone for Cdr. Stephens in Hangar 67.
paid $5 dues which went for purchasing concerned." Mrs. Stephens chose a lovely
track and other equip- "I think that each and everyone yellow dress and hat with
ment. should develop their ownperson- flowered shoes. Mrs. Wylie
that Now they are a club of approximately ality and know themselves. Tryto Scott, wife of the commandingofficer
youdon't 70 members and the be completely honest witty} selected a sleeveless
dues which help to improve the yourself know your good dress in beautiful teal blue and
facilities, buy prizes and pay expenses points as well as your bad ones. white accessories. The turquoisesilk
when the club travels to Remember the good basic stylesare that was worn by Mrs. John
race other clubs, have been cut good for everyone. The woman Nichols was set off perfectly bya
enjoy to $2 a month. with a weight problem will matching hat of turquoise. A
Slot racing is a relatively new find the more the uncluttered the reception was held at the ORF
sport that started in Calif., but look the better. Also a dress following ceremony.
now has avid fans from coast to that is not too tight but a more Cecil Field Station Officers'
borrowing coast. The NAS Jax tracks demt-fit will make you appear Wives Club attended a patio
road courses and regulations area slimmer. A tight dress accen- brunch Tuesday morning May 25.
prototype of the actual organi- tuates bulges." The Officers wives of the Security -
zations, according to the class of "As for the modeling schools and Supply Depts. of Cecil
the car. Dragsters follow the here In the South, I am opposedto Field hosted the event at which
money. rules set forth by the NationalHot them.. I do not feel that they token farewell gifts were
Rod Association for actual themselves and Mrs. John
represent fairly presented to Richey,
drag races; late model stock honestly. If a model going to chairman and Mrs. Walter
car races are governed by NAS work for me and has been train- Squires Jr., treasurer. Fare-
Car regulations, with sports- ed here I feel it necessary to wells were also extended to
cars following simillar regula start from scratch and retrain Mrs. A. B. Larson, Mrs. B. J.
tlons of the Sports Car Club of her. would prefer tohave some Rubel, Mrs. Byron Magness,
(That's why we give America. one with no training whatever. Mrs. Paul Crimshaw and LCdr.
The club, holds weekly meet- "San Francisco, Chicago, New Margaret Neely, Senior nurse at
ings and races every Wednesdayfor York all have excellent modeling the Cecil Field Dispensary. The
you such fast service.) which trophies and other pri- schools if you can afford Cecil Field Officers Wives Club
zes are awarded to the winners. one here you can in a large will be Represented by Mrs
Contestants in these races run city and get the best. Jerry Robinson, for the coming
40 qualifying laps In 10 lap heats I think it is idea and PaulKirchner
a good to Mrs.
Don't we're when year
ever rushing you through you for points. Those finishing with
consult a fashion coordinator if be the treasurer. Newcomers
in at C.I.T. for a loan to bills..to travel... then 50
stop pay top points run a lap race
you are considering a modelingcareer. welcomed were Mrs. E. B. Fitz-
or meet personal problems. The reason you'll find us for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd places. Modeling Is the facility gerald, Mrs. J. H. Kenny, and
handling your application so fast is this: We've learned There are seven classes of to show clothes (not yourself) Mrs. H. W. Sawyer.
that either the 80 ft.
run on
that people don't come to us when they need sympathy.
2-lane drag strip ((55 ft. actual
They come to us when they need money. So expect drags) or the 60 ft., 8 inches R.L. Shelby, YNC, Guest Speaker I

speedy money service when you come to see us about your per lap sportscar road course At PATRON 7 Wives Club Meetina
loan. (There are over 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to which is scaled to a quarter mile
coast where you'll gef the same zippy service.) and features a LeMans start The wives of Patrol SquadronFive volving all the guests. Much of
Four color-Indicated control got together on Wednesday, this period was devoted to dependents
panels, corresponding to the four May 26th at the Blue JacketsInn medical aid, security of
LOANS TO $3000 lane track, are equipped with for for another of their perio- military life along with its perio-
ward, reverse and brake hook- dic Informational meetings. Invited dic hardships and ideas to soften
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CASH YOU GET ups that control the cars. guests Included Chaplain them, and the responsibility of
Essentially easy and inexpen- John Edwards, Fleet Air Wing the Navy wife to her husband
Payments Monthly mos.38 mos 30 mos.24 sive to build the car kits are Eleven Chaplain; Cdr. J. P. especially those that are In a
------ available at the Navy Exchange Culwell, Staff Administrative Of- flight status.
$50 $1549.56 $1322.36 $1083.54 Hobby Store where all the equip- ficer for the Wing\ ; and Chief R. The primary purpose of the
70 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96 ment needed to race can be pur- L. Selby, UNC, of the ComFair- meeting was to act as a refresher -
100 2644.71 2167.09 chased for an average cost of Jax Career Information Team as course with regard to what,
$7. Drivers are required In each the head speaker for the gather- where and whys of military life
120 2600.50"redlt model as are rollbars unless the for dependents whose husbands
life,accident ud health Insurance available on loans at low croup rates has built In roll-bar. Ing.After
prototype a the Invocation by Chap- are away on deployment and thus
lain Edwards, Mrs. A. Fried- not readily available to help and
UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANY ge1WicentnnV. man, the club's highly active and counsel in times of need and
dedicated chairman, IntroducedMrs. emergency. It was generally remarked
J. P. Kosnik, the wife of that there Is a definite
3312 Beach Blvd.Jachsonvillc Cdk4YWt VP-5's Commanding Officer, advantage for wives to get together -
III 7, Fla. and Invited her to comment on like this, both as a confi-
SEE PAGE 16 AND the latest information about the dence builder In knowing that they
Phone: 398.1581 YOU'LL KNOW WHY! squadron now deployed to can get help from many sourcesno
Sigonella, Sicily. Chief Selby matter how large or small
RIVERSIDECHEVROLET then addressed the ladies con- the crisis and as a place to speak
cerning the various Navy and ve- their thoughts and voice sugges-
teran's benefit programs for active tions for the betterment of their
duty and retired personnel. families In particular and the
CEDAR HILLS This was followed by a spirited squadron "rear
... guard" as a
question and answer period In- who1e.PAGE" .

UN 3; f9';$' A3t"Aift'NEWS- P/tGlOtf/

I Movies Club Court Of Awards SfAds

For Girl' Scouts

' Movies will be shown regularly Schedules

; at 7 p.m. Monday through Hnld. .At. Caril. .
; -- - -
NATTC will have two feature "0" CLUB Music this Fri- should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,

I;I times 2 p.rru and 7 p.m. on day night will be provided by Court of Awards and "Fly- 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
i Saturdays and! Sundays. The hospital the Bobby King Quartet with theSophlstiK up" ceremonies highlighted the later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
I 1 will have one feature onSunday's ts supplying the entertainment meeting of Cecil Field's Junior arriving too late for this deadline will be published the

d at 7 on Saturday. For Girl Scout Troop 32 In the sta- following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
IJ p.m. those who like a forelgndlshstop tion check or money order for the 'full coat of the od must be
't The HAS theatre will the Chapel Friday night.
. for the evening feature In on Tuesday when the specialty The meeting opened with the received WITH the copy for the ad.
I' same except DO NOT SEND CASH
will be German.Fried Chicken all
traditional flag .nd the
\\1 which will begin at7:30p.m. you can eat every Wednesday. Invocation said by ceremony Chaplain F.R. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .$2.00

ri These All evening are subject movies to at change.Cecil Happy Hour Is at 3:30 with Dinner McAlister. A traditional candlelight Per additional line ((4 words per line). . .0.50.

Field at 7:00 at 6:00. service with the Scout Pro-
i I p.m. CPO CLUB The Chiefs Club mise and Law followed the open- - -
Thursday, June 3 is open for regular business fag.

NAS Love Has Many Faces hours and Is serving light Eighteen members of Troop 32 FURN APT ORTEGA SECT FOR RENT: Ortegallflls-5mins.

Lana Turner, Cliff Robertson lunches. received membership stars, 34 fac river, iSmln.fromNAS 1 from NAS; 3 Br., Screen Porch,
NATTC Navajo Run Johnny ACEY DUCEY -Jomny Jeltnek badges were awarded and two adult only. $25 wk Incl utlL Patio, Large fenced inyard,many
Seven, Virginia Vincent will offer music this Friday with girls received the Sign of the Ar- & phone 388-9886. extras---388-0478.
March Wilson and the Redcoats
Hospital Some People Ken-
on Saturday. PhllCa/s Chanters row.The
neth Moore, Ray Brocks troop sponsor, the Ladles
on Sunday. If you FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto UNFURN HOUSE FOR RENT -
Palm Weekend-
Cecil Reserve Association
Springs Auxiliary ,
Connie Stevens, Troy Donahue like bingo drop In Tuesdaysat Unit 126, and other adults who NAS $100 down, $50 month. (old Ortega) 4031 Baltic St.,
7:30. have aided the this Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- 2 Br., 1 Ba, cottage, new kit
Friday, June 4 BLUEJACKET'S INN-Danclng Were recognized for their helpful year 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. equip, Dr., garage. $85 available]
this Friday and Saturday will be June 15th. EV 85545.
NAS Tomb of LIgela Vin- Carl services.
to Boyd. March Wilson and
cent Price, Elizabeth Shepard Doma Raymond "Crossed the
Redcoats will be featured on
Machines 2 1965 Dial
2 -
NATTC Love Has Many Faces- bridge" Into Cadette Scouts. Sewing
Sunday. Every Monday patronscan O Matte, Zigzags that have never HELP WANTED We need Two
Lana Turner, Cliff Robertson- get 2 pizzas for the priceof been used. They were Mother's Sharp Ladles Experienced In Op- k

Hospital Navajo Run Johnny 1, and on Wednesday bingo Is Day layaways never picked up;' Aeration of compositlonequipment

Seven, Virginia Vincent featured. STOPAT customers left area. We are (Justowrlter.. Verityper, Etc.)
Cecil My Blood Runs Cold -
Fast typists with Newspaper experience -
unable to locate them. You can
Donahue, Joey Heatherton Jax CPO
Troy WivesTo have these machines for the baL also.qualify. Call 359-

Hold MeetingThe THIS SIGNNEW $47.50 cash or terms. Will take 4040, Mr. Holt, 10-12A.M.week
Saturday, June 5 older machine In trade. Phone days.

regular monthly meeting of 353-1946. WlU deliver, no obli-
NAS Finest Hours Docu-
the NAS Jax Chief Petty Officer gation. A-l Sewing Machine Co.
mentary of Winston Church- SACRIFICE BY OWNER: Jmma.culate,3BRhcmelnOrtegaHUls-
Wives Club will be held June 7

hill at 8:00 p.m. In the CPO Club. f ,
NATTC Tomb of Ligela -.Vincent ;'A/C 1 1/2 Conv. NAS
The club to now operating In the Real Estate: Information on BA. to

Price, Elizabeth Shepard north wing of building 593,located 6q sales, purchases, equities, rent- and Cecil 3894137.
Hospital Love Has Many Faces- one block south of the NATTC als or FHA VA homes. Call
Lana Turner Cliff Robertson
Navy Exchange GO Walter T. Bowen,USN Rtd.Char
Cecil Some People Kemeth ter Real Estate Co. 387-6511 FURN HOUSE LR,, DR, FLA R,

Moore, Ray Brooks or 387-2851 at night.JACKSONVILLE KIT, 2 BR, 11/2 B, A/C, Cen-

Sunday, June 6 tral heat. No pet or child. $100.
mo. phone 246-6009 after 5.

NAS Panic Button Maurice SCHOOL OF

Chevalier, Jane Mansfield REAL ESTATE Offers classes,
NATTC Finest Hours Docu- GARAGE APT4238AppletonAve.
Tues. & Thurs. 7-10 P.M., 4
mentary of Winston Church- TVRENTALS CARPETS wks. to complete course, prep. ( near Roosevelt Mall ) clean,

hill 2 COMPLETE for Fix Real Estate exam, cost air cond. 389-7421
Hospital Tomb of Ligeia $35.00, for details call 384-4008,

Vincent Price, EU1.abethShep- 18 HOLE COURSES 2738 Park St.VACATION .
ard ACREAGE: Next to NAS will divide -

Cecil Navajo Run Johnny off Collins Rd.US 17,Trees,

Seven, Virginia Vincent COTTAGE: Klngsley high& dry, terms, Mr. Newey,

y.,; ;1 PER Au New PUTT PUTT Lake, sleeps 10,1 mo. $250., 2 733-6511 or RA 4-3516, Curran
June 7
DAY & McDowell, Inc Realtor.
MITAIII$ wks $130. 1 wk. $75. Call v
NAS Code Seven-Victim Five
Lex Parker, Ann Arner
NATTC Panic Button Maurice REPAIR SERVICEEmerson 3 ONLY BRAND NEW Zlg-Zag

Chevalier, Jane Mansfield 4825 Blanding Blvd. NEAR NAS: garage apt. (urn., Sewing machines. $48. ea., includes -

Hospital Finest Hours Docu- Air Cond. Maid service, $60. cabinet DuvalSewtagCen-
mentary of Winston Churchill PHONE 771-2803 384-6288. ter, free demonstration 768-3421
Cecil Love Has Many Faces -
Lana Turner, Cliff Robertson -
9 am 12 mid. Weekends Some no do. Many $0 100 dn
lot 100x400'
High beautifully
NAS The Rounders Glenn 4812 SAN JUAN 1 pm 12 mid. Sundays"America's No closing costs. New homes.All landscaped. Bulkhead, deep .artesian -
Ford, Henry Fonda the X-TRAS, Family Rm, Fenced
387-2121 Fun Sport""WE well, numerous water out
NATTC Code Seven Victim yd., built-in O/R You name: lets, 2 septic tanks, cone block
Five Lex Parker, Am Arner It. TIMMERMAN RLTY. BRKR.
home 10 yrs. old, good cen!. 2
Hospital Panic Button Mau- 7712792. BR, 1 BA, encL sunporch, F/P,
rice Chevalier Jane Mansfield '" "" 10x19 utility room 14x24 work-

Cecil Tomb of Ligela Vin- nv J. t1" BEACH NORFOLK shop, 19x24 carport, Ig attic, total
cent Price, Elizabeth Shepard {, 2400 ft.
<> area ,
approx. sq.
.... : ;I( DAM-NECK, OCEANA For buying -
Wednesday,, June 9 7- : : ''i' renting, or property man- no central A/C, price $28,000.
dn $5500. loan available
----.m. I call 428-7421 anytimefor pymnt
NAS Mary, Mary Debbie :' R.: agement Individual attention.JearmeS. $22,500.

Reynolds, Barry Nelson .. .It' .
NATTC Rice, Realtor,
The Rounder Glenn ,
TY, Pacific at 30th, Virginia
Hospital Code SevenVictimFive adult & W furn. 387-3942.
U.S. 1 South
Lex Parker, Ann Arner
Cecil OPEN 11 TO 2:15 and 4:30 TO 8 2732 Lydia St. $65. mo.
Finest Hours Docu- FOR -1965Mustang,white,

mentary of Winston Church- WSW R&H, Factory air. Ltjg

hill BAKED R. F. Weller, ext. 255 523 Cecil FURN APT DOWNTN Jax 3

Cleveland Mayor Ralph S. SWISS STEAK runs, best barg In city for couple.

Locher, announcing that the city's With vegetable gravy 970 $12.50 wk pI utll 388-9886.
Public be Choice of 2 vegetablesRolls
| Hall would
no longer PARK unfurn. 3 BR, 2 BA, X-lg It takes a very conscientiousman
j available to the Beatles: "Such & butter, beverage ONLY Fla fenced tell whether he's tiredor
RM, F/P, 2 A/C, to
I groups do not add to the enter--.community's Private Dining Facilities'Available To Groups. clean] quiet, $175. mo. avail lazy.

tainment." culture or June 30, shown by appt. 2649068. Rotary Fountain.II .


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tchett's Kitchens, recently the
newly Installed: President of the
Marine Wives Club, Mrs Clip
.t JAX MARINES Wilkes of 1121 Sky Drive W.,
P ''I Jacksonville, accepted the gravel
e. 1 9 r f of her office. Officers for the

hJ following year were Installed as
follows: President, Mrs. Clip
Wilkes; Vice-President Mrs.
By GySgt. Joel Ferguson USMC Charles Ninmann; Treasurer,

NAS Ext. 400 Mrs. William Zleger and Secre-

", tary, Mrs. Arthur Slocumb. The
OFFICER PROGRAMS Local ties available in both programs, outgoing officers were: Presi-
activities are new taking applications the WO program offers training dent, Mrs. John Ware; Vice
for the Marine Corps' leading to designation as a Na- President, Mrs. Joe Parham;
4 Limited Duty Officer and War- val Aviator (helicopter pilot) Treasurer, Mrs. Harvey Bainbridge -
: rant Officer programs for fiscal and as Naval Aviation Observers. and Secretary, Mrs. Clip
year 1966. To be qualified Marines Marines meeting basic requirements Wflkes.
must possess a GCT score outlined here should report The Marine Wives Club consists -
of 110 or equivalent(Naval Aviators to their branch officers for of wives of active duty and
120)). Personnel with further information.A retired Marines within the Jacksonville -

A FAM1UAR SIGHT to Pilots at Cecil Field and Jox U the 8,000 scores lower than 110 may be fast-approaching{ deadline, area, bu is open to all
feet landing strip Whitehouse... Pilots us. this strip to practice retested provided one year has plus heavy administrative requirements wives of Marine Corps personnel
aircraft carrier landings and to touch down ond go. Th. lin.d elapsed since original test or In processing each regardless of where their husbands -
area on lh. sides of the strip indicate the six. of a carrier's light retest. application make it essentialfor may be stationed at present -
deck the block area in th. center is markings left by aircraft tires. For the Limited Duty Officer Interested Marines to apply : Meetings are held every
program the applicant must not Immediately. 1st and: 3rd Monday of each
have reached his 43rd! birthday MARINE WIVES CLUB At month at Dldg. 400, NAS, Jack-
and must have completed at feast an informal dinner given at Pri- sonville. Anyone desiring Information -
ten, but not more than twelve or transportation the
years of active Naval service on suta"" meetings should call the Presi-
July 1, 1965. He must be a dent at 781-0633 ortheVicePresident -
male enlisted person serving in at 7813259.
the grade of E-6 or above in theregular TIME MACHINEMarines reporting
CLAUDE NOLAN Marine Corps. to the NATTC Photo-
Applicants for Warrant Offi- graphic Lab for portriats and ID
cer must be serving on active vv NM photos are surprised to see the
duty In the grade of corporalor second hand on the clock there
above with six through making wide sweeps counter
twelve years of active Naval clockwise. Uponcloser examination -

OPEN MQN. THRU SAT, UNTIL 5 PMSUN. Service on July 1, 1965. In cer- they discover the minute and
AFTER CHURCH UNTIL 6 PM tain cases the CO may waive the C hour hands also run backwards.
time requirement for applicantswho .yw PHI Mack Wood andPH2Richard

bave served over 12 years, Boettcher say they like their reverse

but in no case will waivers be PRESIDENT Hotel Wilkes, (l) receives clock because with time
granted for service in excess of the Marine Wives Club running backwards,they are gettIng -
14 years. Nominees for war- President't g&vel from Ruth younger by the minute. The
rant officer must be of an age War., outgoing President dur photographers say that by die end
to permit 30 years total service ing recent officer installation of the,current, enlistments,whenthey
service by age 62. ceremonies.- The club meets approach their early twenties -
In addition to a wide spectrumof twice every month (see news again, they'll either have the
Z9 BBY ? military occupational special item). clock adjusted to run forward,or
trade it to Jacksonville's Professor
NOW BEAT THIS! TAPS General Thomas B.

Holcomb USMC (Ret.), 84, the
first Marine officer to become afwrstar
$59995 general died May 24
The Henley at his home in New Castle, Del
t Gene Holcomb served as the 17th
Commandant of the Marine
Corps and with the rank of lieu-
tenant general was the highest
ranked officer in that position
until his retirement In 1944. He
received his fourth star after retirement -
t't .
z #

.Ki irho:.
Mr : 1. ",- ,, -,
BR I BR 2 1 ,EI

e us stm [ I]

PMIWCT N clime sews
Model B-2 i 1-YEAR PARTS WARRANTY CADET Retired Marino Gen-
Add it all up and you will see why this is so popular a
model 3 Bedrooms AUTOMATIC COLOR CONTROL medals worn by Cadet W.A.
; 2 Baths, huge screened-in porch large
utility, long low INSTANT ENTERTAINMENTFREE Gary, Jr., Bill, who will be attending
sweeping lines; truly a fine home on a the
modest budget. INSTALLATION Marine Military
a FREE ANTENNAE Academy sch.duledtoop.nthis
fad, welcomed Gen.Smithtoth.

i :ElBLL.A.K.: : SAN. JUAN TELEVISIONS ,Assn.Marine Academy's conference Corps booth Reserve in at Washing a Officer recent

:HOME: : EVIL: DERS IISTO: ton. The Academy a private
LES-SERVI CE miry school located inHarTingen -

You are cordially Invited to inspect our homes at your convenience Texas, is supportedby
10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. #21) 4812 SAN JUAN AVE. Ph. 387-2121 tuitions and contributions; It
has no official connection with
the U.S.Marine Corps.


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FA W-l1 Wins {

NAS Jax Goif A f

try ( IM
4ML Playoffs

ComFairJax O&R Tied At
Joe ,
Tannlan FAW-11 "A"
waited until the last minute and
First Place Vie
the last hole to show his"phantom TonightThe

x punch" as he birdied to lead
his f two first place teams in the NAS Jax Softball league kept their
team to victory[IntheNAS Jax
_=- Intramural Spring Golf Playoffs, positions this week with ComFairJax winning two and c&winning:
d cir
> two
CDR. C. E. RODGERS accepts Thursday, May 27.
the Intramural PtpyoK trophy The birdie, on the 18th was a ComFalrJax over VP- VAP-62 took Communications

from Cdr. L A. Menard. NAS 10-foot put that made the decisive 2ND PlACE-Cppt. L E. Smith 45, 10-3 with Ray Meadows on 4-2 in their first game and socked
'the mound. Jack
XO, as FAW-11 won the Play decision that FAW-11"A"would (accepts the second pipe trophy smacked three-run Ragsdale home VP82 in their second game.
offs Friday. May 28. take the first place trophy from from Cdr. L A. Menard NAS Communications came back to
run to lead the team to the
679th Air Force with a 6-3 score. XO, as 679th Air Forc.wps run beat FAETU inthelrsecondgame
NAS Jax Patrol Squadron Thirty took the ner.ups in the NAS IM Golf'Playoffs. tory with the help of Charles with a score of 6-3. FAETU
Chadwick's homer.
third place position with a5 1/2 also lost their second game with
Jax scored runs In the
score and the FltWeaFac took the seven 13-4 scoretotheMarines. With
Iron ManStandings
third inning and led until the 13 their number the
fourth position with a31/2 score. being lucky ,
In the Wednesday playoffs, VAP-62 Host end Marines rolled by Weapons in
In the CoroFairJax NAMTG
their second with 13-8
FAW-11 "A" beat VP-30, 81. game a
and 679th Air Force took the DerbyFor game, ComFalrJax again led the victory.The .
Fishing way with a 8-3 victory with Rags-
The standings of the top five FltWeaFac, 81/2.1/2. Dispensary cleaned up on
dale a homer andLt. ( jg)
teams In the NAS Jax Intramural The points that were earned by hitting Admin with a 11-1 victory and
Bob 3 for
Pecararo 3-
Iron Man Sports Program are as each team in the Iron ManSports PersonnelHeavy Overhaul and Repair going took; their FICEUR shot down VP-30. with*
areas follows F AW1 11-3 score.
Program :
with the 679th Air Force
1000; 679th, 750; VP-30,500; Attack Photographic I
and FltWeaFac, 450.> Squadron 62,is hosting a fishing 4-3 The} and Marine slipped by Air Supply Reserve 20. Jax Host .

VP-30 1650 ''Commander L.A. Menard,NAS derby for thesquadronpersonnel.

Hospital 1200 XO, presented the trophies tothe This derby began April 15 and win Training their Detachment with Supply practicallystole with IntraffiurflSwim

FAW-11 1100 winners at the NAS Golf Shack. continue until midnight,June 15. game Maj.
10-5 W.
R. B. Sebosky, ATN3,holds the a victory.
679th Air Force 850 Laseter The MeetThe
was winning
in the Salt Water Division -
VAP-52 775 Jax so far with a 70 1/2 pound daring base stealing proved fatal
Navy for MARTD stole home Iron Man
Cobia, caught at the Jax Beach Supply as Sports Program
pier twice. In their second weekly at NAS,Jax is closing fast.Points

SEE Softball In the Fresh Water Division, game, MARTD slipped and are being gathered and added.
NARTU took the game 9-4. The Another event which will be Involved -
B. J. Gill PHCM, has the best
winning pitcher was W.P.Gulden, In the Iron Man
WESTSIDEBEFORE catch with a 9 pound bass, which
Wins TwoThe he caught at Casa Lynda Lake The leader of the game was being scheduled

behind the NAS Jax Chapel George fanes with a home run and The Intramural Swimming
a double fanes Is at die present Meet Is scheduled for August 8
Jacksonville Contestants can have their fish
BUYING A Navy Varsity time hitting 450. at 7 pm. at the Indoor Pool,
weighed attheNASJaxFIshCamp
scored their first
team The second game for NARTUwas BkJg 614. This Is to
.event open
two wins in the Inter-Service or other fish camps in the area.
with Aircraft Maintenance Individuals
as well as teams
Official certification Is
NEW OR USED Conference games Saturday, on all entries. which NARTU took 8-L Gul- (units).
when they took two wins from den the
Gift certificates of$ 15 $10 was again winning pitcher
Glynco Navy here at Jax. and! Furgenson for A/C Main- The shoe salesman had drag-
and! $5 will be awarded to the
lathe first game Jax Navy tenance was the looser. ged out half of his stock to show
sun the Glynco Navy with ascoreof winners of each division Aircraft Maintenance won their die hard-to-please woman customer -

8-0. Bobby Warner, FKEUR second weekly game with VP-45 .
vwJacksonville's pitched a one hitter,shutting them Cecil'sVarsity with a score of 74. As she still seemed undecided",

cut. He struck out eight men and In other games played this week he sighed, pulled up a stool and

walked three. saw VW-4 take Weapons 8-6. said: "Do you mind If I rest a

J John Burch, Aircraft Maintenance Hospital edged cut NAMTG 7-5 minute, lady? Tour feet are killing -

got two' base hits In the Schedule In their first game and their meA ."
Newest AuthorizedDealer: game leaving Grady Roland the .
second game with 679thw as rained -

100% Mechanical Warranty loosing pitcher. out. hamburger any of er name
The: second game also saw Jax June 4- Open cost a lot moreBeaconTROUTS
(includes parts & labor), Navy edge by Glynco by a 3-2 June 11 -Cecil at Sanford

victory. Don Stewart, ( &R. was June 19 -McDlU at Cecil

the winning pitcher, by pitchinga June 25 -Sanford at Cecil

1960 VW Sedan $795 one hitter, which was a big July 2 -Mayport at Cecil

1961 VW Sedan $995 homer with one man on. This July 10 -McDlD at Cecil

1962 VW Sedan $1195 proved to be Gtynco's only runs July 16 -Cecil at Sanford

1963 VW Sedan $1345 as Stewart struck out eleven men July 23 Cecil at McDlll[
1964 VW Sedan $1545 and walked three.

1964 VW Sunroof $1595 Bobby Warner got two hits In When It canes to picking up

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1961 Chip Conv. $1095 had two stolen bases. 'compare with the telephone. I
1962 Ohio Coup. $1495 Air SERVING JAX WITH THE
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F let Dragsters Meet AI NAS Jax

Thunderbolt For A First BowlingResults

For the first time In the State of Florida and on the East Coast two
jet cars will drag race. The new fabulous :jet cars of Romeo Pala- The results of the NAS Ja$ intramural -
mides, Oakland, Calif., the "Untouchable" and the "California Kid" Bowling league are as
atyF will be matched in a best of three series Saturday night June 5th follows:
rw at the Thunderbolt Raceway 10 miles south of N. A. S.Jacksonville

on U.S. ###17. These are the world's] fastest and quickest quarter mile Needlers 3 Eagles 1

jet cars. Neptunes 3 3rd Crewmen 1 I
Countless hours of researchand Chiefs 3 Nolarolas 1
burn fuel at the rate ofonegallonper
development went Into the AEWRON "A" 3 AOMD #|21
,, second.
,- building and safety equipment on Guessers 3 Griffons 1
these two new cars. The main This power per pound ratio Darters 3 Play Boys 1
'L makes these new cars the wildest
and afterburner fuel
engine sys- Com Stores 5 3 Metros 1
tems consist of five ((5)) safety quarter mile car in the world Lilly's 3 Doctors 1

fuel shut-off valves. They work today. Electrons 2 Riggers 2
Gates at the Thunderbolt Race-
on an interlocking electronic sys Cloak& Daggers 4 Flag Staffs 0
v tem ,For absolute shut down of way open at 5:30 p.m., racing Cursors 3 Pizzans 1
jet engine, the stopping system starts at 8:30. Nockers 3 BB Stackers 1
JETS-The "Colifornia Kuf jumps Romeo Palamides' "Untouchable" Includes Bendix two stage power Next week, Saturday nightJune Thunderheads 3 Anchors 1
during a recent drag race.These two jet dragsters will be runningat brakes on all four wheels and a 12th. NASCAR's Richard Petty Supply 3 Torch Pots 1
the Thunderbolt Raceway June 5th, which will be the first time new three parachute system. The and Hubert "Baby" Platt will be Avions 2 Spoilers 2
two jet dragsters have run on the East Coast.DUVAL parachute system will consist of Race matched series.In a best of five Drag Paymasters #14 Mix Masters 0

two ((2) 16 foot rings slots and Trailer Sailors 3 Kingpins 1
atataew one 28 foot reserve chute, Tipplers 4 Vultures 0
mounted on independent hooks Youth Army AFES4SkyWarriors"B" 0
A-I backed by four 10.000 pczMcab. Camp, Sidewinders 4 Protrons 0

les.For SetAtOcaIaFor Air Frames 3 AOMD ##1
ecthamllngccnUdonsa Warriors 4AEWRON"B" 0
USED CARS four ((4)) foot set of fixed Presagers 3 Lucky, 11
wings on the nose section of June, 13 Pelicans 4Marines 0CPO's
each car was Installed for negative -
= 3 Five Sharps 1
lift at extremely hlgbspeeds.
Rejects 3 Mixers 1
A complete new body was designed Tallahassee -- How to rig a Sky Warriors"A" 3 Sparks 1
MOTORS to help stabilize the pole a bow shoot rifle
car string a Paymasters #2 2 Airmen 2
at high speeds, and a new set of pitch a tent and paddle a canoe .
BEST BUYS 500 mile an hour Firestone tires are only small parts of the train-
and tubes on reinforced Hall- ing program at the Youth Con- The NAS
brand wheels. servation Camp In the Ocala National -
SAN JUAN LOT *' These two new jet cars arepowered Forest which begins its Jax GolfCorner"
by the very latest model fourteenth annual camping ses-
OFF ROOSEVELT J-47-33 General Electric en- sion June 13.

gines. This engine can develop The Youth Conservation Camp,
I I.4 10,000 pounds of thrust with the operated by the Game and Fresh Pro Joe MacDonald will con-
car weighing 4,500 pounds, it is Water Fish Commission, provides duct a Children's Clinic for dependent -
SPECIAL possible to run to 275 miles per an education In conservation children ten years and
hour In the quarter mile In less and nature study through older with firstsessionslated
MILITARY FINANCING than six seconds. participation In outdoor activi- for Friday June 18. The 10 to 13

The cars are 26 feet long mI ties. The camp opens June 13 and age group will meet at 9 a.m.and
-- continues through August 14. the 14 and over group will meetat

64 THUNDERBIRD.$3595 63 FALCON . ... .$1395 Boys and girls between the ages 10 a.m.1be clinic will be conducted -
== Full power indud. air cond. 2 dr., 6 cyl., auto/trans. Rod And Gun of 10 and 14 may obtain complete on the 18th of June, and

1 64 IMPALA.$2795 62 FAIRLANE .... ..$1 195 Club MeetingAt information and applications for July 2, 9, and 16.Therewillbeno
js Super Sport Coupe, full power 2 dr., 6 cyl. camping reservations by writingthe charge for this clinic. A tournament -

H includ.air condo 62 THUNDER BIRD.......$2195 Cecil Field, Youth Conservation Camp for dependent childrenwlll
be conducted In
Game and Fresh Water Fish August.
Laudau, full indud.air
cond. The Cecil Field'Rod andi Gun Commission, Ocala Florida.;
Several new can paths have
Club will meet tonight tit 7:30
164 FALCON.$2195 62 CHEVROLET.$1095 ; been completed recently: and you
== Sprint, V-8, 4 speed- trans., Standard shift,R&H,aircond. Iin the golf course ebb house. r1 J are entitled to a free lift from

=jj RAH. 62 F lltLANE. ..... $1295 these paths.
-__-'64 VALIANT.$1495 V-8, ovto/trans., R&H, air.

H 6 cyl., standard shift, RAH. 61 CHEVROLET . ...$995 RECONDITIONEDMOBILE Lew Chaff and partners Mike
Harris, Al Miller, and Les Smith
cyl., standard shift, R&H.
164 GALAXIE.$2395
won first place honors with a nine
H Hardtop, 2 dr., V-8, auto/ 61 OLDSMOBILE.$1195 HOMES under card at the monthly JAGA
H trans., power steer., R&Hair Wagon, F-85, auto trans., PRO-AM held at the Ponce de
[ cond. R&H and air. Leon Golf Course InSt.Augustinethis

, [63 FAIRLANE.$1695 60 PLYMOUIH.$695 past Friday. Pro Joe Mac-

H Wagon, 4 dr., V-8, auto. V-8, auto/trans., R&H. Donald's group finished third at
=1 trans., 6 pass.JJJ63IMPAIA 59 PONTIAC.$795 six under.
Wagon 6 standard
. .... .$1995 shift, auto/trans.pass. power Two teams tied at six under In
|f hardtop, 4 dr., V-8, auto/ steer&brakes, R&H. the weekly Blitz this past Saturday -
= trans., R&H, power steer., 57 CHEVROLET. . .. $595 Curt Thurman eagled the
-- air. Belair, 4 dr., auto. trans., par five seventeenth Saturday.
= B 63 FORD.$1395 standard shift, V8. The "Blltzers" took advantageof

Convertible, standard shift, 57 OLDSMOBILE . .$395 the holiday this past Monday
If= R&H, 4 dr., R&H, auto/trans. and the team of Pro Joe MacDonald -
10 i 1 UIIH 3ut Paul Jula, and Jim
\- .I > \> Brough finished seven under to

Fire Extinguisher Ruling
I NEW 12 FT. WIDE HOMES Washington (AFPS)-The Coast
DUVAL$ Guard has reminded motorboat
. owners of the requirement forifire *
SPECIAL MILITARY FINANCING, extinguishers as pan of their

.: LMOTORSE1 NATIONAL MOBILE :safety According equipment.to revised Federal

regulations, all motorboats are
HOME ,SALES: required to carry hand portable
_. fire extinguishers "except those
Z IIJ.JS than 26 feet In length, propelled -
s. OF _-\& m. 2 4-95S9
by onboard motors and not
f = .
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iuNE 3.1965

COLUMN LEFTBy P .t Twenty-Two

Dave Colby tic

Enter Jax

I suppose that after a man has hunted "tv>ar" e..1Lt.I.......At.t.,..
---- -
Is quite a letdown.But ---6' u.uu
Pistol Meet
then we live In a world i
full of let-downs and one more suffer for professional wrongs.
Does Golden :The Jax Navy Rifle and Pistol &I
such down swing In life shouldnot Gloves AAU Service I
end: anyone's world unlesshe and Olympic boxing have to Club held its monthly 1800 pistol .,
Is a boxer who finds out that suffer because of the professionals match May 23. There were 22 w, Y
one should fire a decent volleyof ? And what If the money aspect competitors Including Navy M:- ?
shots to make a show of the was taken away from boxing? rime Army Coast Guard and
Would the lenders be : civilian personnelThe
sport.If money i t."{y, vwn
the shot that was heard driven out of the temple? official results of the
around the world came from Con There is nothing anymore match are as follows:

cord Bridge Mass., the punch wrong with a man legally putting ; Place Name Score ,
that was suppose to have been on boxing gloves to earn his" Master -
seen around the world came from living than for a man to put on ,
next door in the state of Maine. shoulder pads to make a buck on : Winner E. Bradley 1696.591st
Sunday. But football isuy R. W. Christensen 1676.47
But of course by now, everyone a player puts itj
in four 2nd P. C. Charbonneau 1556.30
knows that the punch was not seen quarters of work for his
around the world regardless of money. What did Liston or Clay Expert1st
the efforts made by the EarlyBlrd to to earn their keep of the gate?
N. T. NIall 161L28
Professional boxing it Is
Satellite to convey Cassius Clay's as
message to Sonny Liston last today Is not good. It is sailing Sharpshooter1st ENS. L. L LOGAN, NAS Com-
week. In fact that seems to be the on a ship that Is badly listing i :, y. munications, scores her points
trouble. No one seems to have with the promise capsizing and i a G. LIndsey 1600.29 which she made at the Pistol
seen the punch that retained the dumping captain, crew and pas- Marksman Tournament held by the Jax Pistol -
sengers Into a merciless sea. Club.
Heavyweight Championship of the
1st J. E. Hill 1539.23
Far from
World for Clay. Now there Is government
nothing but speculation about what ficials sports writers or boxing W/SS 1SI Hobbif Jnhnton of' The fll\%.
happened In the first minute of the fans to clean up boxing. If boxingcan Jr'"""' ".,,,,,. I). C.:.. W, (''S.' of scheduled next for June monthly 18. match Is 1
first round of the scheduled 15 not keep Its own house cleanit 1961. will, I,, on hainl hi .MiamiReach
round fight.SUDDENLY. should not invite visitors in to Jmif 4 In crnnn the 796.7 !. When was the first world
BOX ING'S CIRCUS watch a family fight. irlnnert.lowling. CISM Event Shifted championship game between divisional -
is without a solid performer for winners of the National
its center ring. Crowd reactionsto Cecil Field B< NotesIn From U.S. to Norway Football League ( the Chicago
the recent heavyweight fightare Bears beat the New York Giants
similar to those of circus Winter bowling came to grand the Thursday Early LeagueIt Washington (AFPS) --TheU.S. 23-21)) played?
goers who have tricked into a tent finally last weekend with four intramural was VA-45's Blackbirds Num- Navy has cancelled plans to host 2. The Boston Red Sox stole
to watch a trapeze artist do his legues crowningwinners. ber 2 Team on top of the other the 1965 Naval pentathlon "Sea. only 15 bases In their first 101
act with a safety harness on. six teams In the league with a Week" at Annapolis and the event games In 1964.How many did they
There just does not seem to be any VFP-62's Fleet Eyes entry 43-13 mark. will now be held at Bergen, Nor- cop from June 28 to July 26?'
show to this type thing. took the Monday night early lea- way, Aug. 9-14. 3. How many race horse own-
People the world over are about gue Crown with a 49-11 record. United States officials can ers have won the Marguerite
to let boxing go to the end of its In the Tuesday Early League celled plans to host the Consell Stakes at Plmllco twice?
after last week's was the Dental 4. Hank Aaron of the Milwaukee -
rope fiasco in Department's Mrs. Jones' team, the Cecil International du Sport Mllitaire
Maine. And this Is very evident "Houndawgs" entry. The team Field Jets did almost as wellas (CISM) event when a requiredsix Braves has averaged how
because the people who are doing from Dental compiled a 45-19 Mrs. Jones. The team was nations failed to agree on many runs-batted-in per year
the hanging are prominent ones. .record for the season. VF-174 90 pins out of first place last sending teams. over the past five seasons?
Ex-boxing champions are short got a winner out of the Wednes- weekend and well up in the prize
on kind words for the one scene, day early League with it Yellowbirds money. There was 832 teams en- By holding the event in Answers to Quiz
one act, no curtain call performance Number 1 team entry. tered. Europe, where travel distancesare 'SZ t"JO
by Liston and Clay. Law- shorter six or more nations ZUM' jqj in? SIt, Don V .1.
makers are trying to come up with will undoubtedly participate an .( 1j
away to bring boxing back Into WESCONNETT official said. auop seq{ JSUMO ou 'aiqtjs jofvui
some semblance of a sport. The Navy has agreed to send e aq UOM Xiqqjexu[ ] qanouj, *g
Sports writers are producing competitors to Norway for the 'Xpsauoq '000 v 4CIVN'Z
reams of copy which seems to becoming 1I FLORISTWe CISM sports event. '6661: '6t .Iqwa oa I 1

straight from livers filled
with wrathful bile.
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trying to run the temple. The Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET .
changers In boxing's temples IMPORTANT NOTICE!
greed has bloomed out. The box- U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH _.
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Injuries deaths and questionable -
occurances such as in both '
Liston-Clay fights have led someto ____ t $
believe that boxing should be
abolished in this country. down
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Market Hunters r ;. I ? .

Arrested NearTallahabassee S S'S


Tallahassee --' A network of 3 7I
market hunters operating near I
Florida's Capital City were 2
rounded up recently In a surprising w
move by Federalgame *',. 5 +S
gents and: officers: of the Game and b S\
Fresh Water Fish Commission. '*
The arrests were the resultsof r
an extensive undercover investigation -

which began more i
than two years ago, by game a-
gents of the U.S. Fish and Wild :
life Service assisted in some Instances -
by officers of the Game 55 .5
and Fish Commission. The
crackdown in Florida is a part of MEMBERS OF THE CECIL FIELD varsity Softball team that repre-
.. a nationwide sweep of market sent this station in the Fla.f Ga. Interservice League are (KneelingL
hunting activities and similar arrests to R.) Ciopryna; Hogan; Blackman; Nutt McEwen; McDowell; CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
were filed In other states. and Lane. (Standing L to R.), Tonges; Dzierzak; Kight; Hunter; BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP
Game agents working under: Scruggs, (Manager); Bowers; Mease; Shoaf; Meachum; and Smith. 1-1341 OR SP 16601Vulkswagn
cover were able to gain the confidence -
of the commercial hun
Cecil's Intramural
ters and obtained the necessary Sale
evidence that led to the arrests.
Charges filed against the viola- Softball StandingsSTATION From $777 up
tors ranged from illegal sale of 65 VW SEDAN, R&H, WSW, light blue, blue interior
game birds and animals to hunt 64 VW SEDAN, R&H, WSW, Red with beige interior
ing out of season mI taking game' VF-174 7 4 64 VW SEDAN, R&H, WSW, White with red interior
by illegal methods. Market hunt- Team vyi VA-45 7 5 63 VW SEDAN, R&H, WSW, Black with red interior
ing and the selling of migratorybirds VFP-62 4 6 63 VW SEDAN, R&H, WSW, Beige with red interior
is a felony under: federal law Weapons 8 2 VU4VA12 2 9 63 VW Sunroof, R&H, WSW, Beige with red interior
and charges have been filed in. AMD 6 3 0 6 62 VW SEDAN, R&H, WSW, White with red interior
Federal Court at Tallahassee. Marines 6 4 VF-14 0 7 60 VW SEDAN, R&H WSW, Light green

According to Jake Wolfley, Public Admin Works 5 6 5 5 Out of the mouths of Innocent 65 MUSTANG . ... . . . . .$2595
Federal game agent many of the 3 6 babes V-8 Auto. trans., R&H, WSW, Solid blue with blue interior.
arrests were definitely a part of Supply 010 True wisdom may be spread 64 IMPALA SPORT COUPE .... . . . .$2995
an organized market hunting operation -, G.E.M.D. As well as some of the unwise Brass Hat, PS, PB, R&H, WSW V-8, Auto. trans., Fad. Air
and much more than an FLEET
things and Mpny many more extras.
Individual selling an occasionalfowl Team W L, Their parents shouldn't have 64 CORVAIR COUPE. ..... . . . . .$1595
or fish. The commercial said. Straight stick R&H, WSW, solid silver with red interior
shooters in this operation pro- VA-44 12 0 S OMAR BARKER. extra extra sharp.
vided illegal game to wholesale] ] VF-11 8 2 Kentucky JnL 64 BUICK SKYLARK CONVERTIBLE. . . . $2595
outlets who in turn sold to retailers R&H, PS, PB, V-8, Auto. trans., WSW Copper bronze with
who passed the game onto bronze interior.
the consumer by under the counter \1 64 PONTIAC BONN....... . . . . .$ 3195
sales. Sport coupe, R&H, auto/trans., V-8, power steer& brakes,
The undercover agent who exposed factory air, light green with black into
the market hunting opera- CHECKING ACCOUNTS FOR 64 CHEVELLE . . .'. . . . .$1695
tion reported that he was forcedto 2 dr., sedan, standprd shift, 6 cyl., R&H, solid black with
compete with a well established red int., WSW.
market in order to obtain even a MODEST-INCOME ADULTS 64 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN .... . . . .$2695
small percentage of the game sold 4 Dr., HT, V-8, Auto/trpns., PS, Fad. Air Extra nice, 2 to
by the shooters. Game confis- S =J choose from.
cated during the investigation \ -irY---); 1/= 64 CHEVROLET BELAIR. ..... . . . $2395
?- 1 4 dr., sedan, auto/trans., V-8, power steer., R&H, factory
chided ducks, coot, dove, marsh, \\(3)) ( '
hen, quail, deer and fish. ( t{ pir, beige over red, WSW, extra, extrjn dean.
game 64 CHEVROLET B&AIR WAGON .... . . .$2595
/ V-8, Auto/trans., PS, R&H, Factory air condition,lightbeigeWSW.
\d .
rrir Auto/trans., V-8, PS. PB. Electric windows, R&H, Factory air
OUAR. GOOD USED I I 1J condition WSW, Ivory over black with black interior.
CARS WITH $50. DOWN : 63 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN. .... . . . .$2195
SEE US FIRST BEFORE Aulo/trjans., V-8, PS., R&H, WSW, fjadory air condition,
YOU BUY. Ivory over turquoise, kill original.
Yessir, if you are a modest-incomer-whether 62 FORD WAGON .... . . . . .$1195
SUNSHINE STATE MOTORS 6 cyl., standard shift, hepter, solid blue, WSW, extra dean.
single or "just marriedwageearning or 61 PONTIAC. .. .... . . . . T.$1595Starchief
2 LOCATIONS "about to retire"-our pay-as-you-go check- 4 dr., Ht., R&H, PS, PB, Auto/trans., V-8, solid
2233: BLANDING BLVD. ing accounts are for youl I No minimum bal- white with maroon interior.
7406 N. MAIN ST. 61 GREENBRIAR WAGON ... . . . .$1395
ance is required and yet you enjoy all the 3 seats Straight stick Radio, 2 tone Ivory & Green. WSW.

convenience, safety and prestige that a reg- 60 OLDSMOBILE WAGON ... . . . .$1395
Super 88, Auto/trans., V-8, PS., PB., R&H, fadory air con-
WESCONNETTFURNITURE' ular checking account depositor does. dition, solid white, red interior, extra extra clean.

I Ii 60 IMPALA SPORT COUPE ..... . . . .$1095
Co. i Open a checking account here today! original.Standard shift, R&H, solid white with blue int., WSW., all

59 ENGLISH FORD ANGIIA.. . . . . .$395
:3326 WescooocU Blvd at 103rd 2 Dr., Solid blue Above average.


EASY CREDIT Man. Fri. 8:30: a.m. '(II 9:00 p.m.
4328 BLANDING BLVD. AT HARLOW ,BLVD. HOURS: Sat. 8:30: a.m. 'til 8:00: p.m.
FREIGHT SALVAGE Sun. After Church '(U 7:00: p.m.