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 10, 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 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.

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Hurricane Hunters Get Navy Builds McDivitt And White To

Into Gemini Four Act Ships For Arrive Aboard WaspGemini

During the four-day flight of astronauts Ed White and Jim McDivitt Moon ShotWhen astronauts James McDivitt and Edward White were expected I
over 10,000 men in uniform became involved in the Gemini flight, to arrive at Mayport Naval Station early this morning aboard the aircraft -
including 90 men from VW-4 who flew three aircraft from Lajes, carrier USS Wasp. |f i I

Azores making weather forecasts and observations. America's astronauts Tie Wasp recovered the two astronauts from the sea Monday after \.
have made their first moon landing -
Spearheading the 26 ships and
they had completed their four-day. orbital marathon.
landing areas in the Eastern Atlantic and are on their triumphal
139 aircraft involved in
recovery At Jax Air News time,
operations was the antisubmarine near the Canary Islands, return trip to the "home planet" press Admiral William McCormick '
called for the carrier
warfare aircraft carrier in the mid-P ac1f1e west few ail, Earth, they will be assisted in plans to Commander Carrier Division 14, r"\
moor at Mayport at 8:00 a.m.The .. '
USS Wasp. Her aircraft and helicopters and the western Pacific near their re-entry by two range instrumentation astronauts were expected to who directed recovery operations
recovered the astronauts Okinawa. ships which are leave the thereafter in the primary recovery area. 'h, .
from the sea when they"splashed The recovery fleet was slightly now being prepared for the role and immediately ship shortly fly to Houston. The Wasp conducted carrier \ / i
smaller ((5,000 fewer men) than under a Navy contract qualifications some sixty miles \ ,
in" some 16 miles from the The capsule, the Gemini Four,
carrier. Rear Admiral William the force assigned to pickup GT-3 LTV Aero Space Corporationhas was unloaded from the carrier at from Mayport Wednesday. Navy !
in March, but for the first timein been awarded a 2L9 million officials explained that the :
McCormick Commander Car-
about 9:30 a.m. NASA officials .,
rier Division 14, directed recovery the Gemini series, navy units dollar contract by the Navy's will deactivate the capsule carrier did not enter port until I
in the were deployed to both the Atlantic Bureau of Ships for modification today so that NASA officials could!
operations pri- its ,flown
prior to being
aboard and Pacific.Wasp of the two ships to be used in systems complete their debriefing and
mary recovery area .
his was supported by an the re-entry phase of the Apollo Cape Kennedy.The physical examinations of the as- I
Wasp, flagship. Wasp is flagship for Rear
Rear Admiral Ben Sarver directed underwater recovery group con- moon mission. The LTV Aero tronauts. t' 4
the entire recovery opera- sisting of the salvage ship Hoist Space Division was selected after The antisubmarine support '
tion from the recovery control and the minesweepers Skill and submitting the low bid among nine aircraft carrier will leave May- ):
center at Cape Kennedy. His Nimble. Hawkins, Berry, and competitors.The To assist this mission, the two port tomorrow morning to con- I '
recovery units were placed In Sperry, all DDs, were also assigned LTV Range Systems Division range ships will be equipped with duct carrier qualifications In the.. \ :
such a manner that 99.4 per cent to the primary recovery will modify the two ships highly reliable radar for track- local area. It will return toMay- :j
of the "splash In" points which group. into sea-going tracking, control Ing the spacecraft, communications port tomorrow night and will remain t I
the astronauts could conceivably Rich and Furs, also des- and communications centers. and telemetry between the until Monday morning when t tit
have hit would have been coveredby troyers, were on general duty In The Apollo mission, the range ships and the spacecraft,* will depart for additional t
rescue aircraft within six the mid-Atlantic while two other nation's prime space goal, calls precise navigation and timing carrier quab and the return voyage
hours. destroyers, Blandy and Owens. for two men to land on the moon equipment, data collecting and to Its homeport of Boston, I
Other Navy recovery units plus the fleet oiler Chukaw ay covered and explore, then rejoin a third computer processing devices and Massachusetts. -
the eastern Atlantic area. astronaut who is orbiting the teletype and voice equipment for
were on station In secondary
In the Pacific, the Golds- moon in a command capsule. communicating with other control !
borough and oiler Ponchatoula These three men would jettison stations. Each ship will have an Navy Relief
USS Saratoga were onstatlon, while four des- the ship which made the actual operations control center in
troyers, Rupertus, Mason, Or- landing on the lunar surface and which data from all the various
leek, ardHigbee,covered the vast bring the command ship back to types of instrumentation is co- Exceeds Goal

Sets Record (Continued on Page 2)) earth. (Continued on Page 2))

F For LandingsThe With $49,500The

L rally held Monday, June 7
USS Saratoga (CVA-60) at the NAS Band! Shell markedthe
set a new record for carriers b ,e ..ad end of the annual Navy Re-
about midnight on June 6, when + q 4 M11w '" : lief Drive which this year grossed

the 100,000th arrested landing almost $49,500 for the society,
was recorded just nine years thus exceeding the established
after her commission in 1956. goal of $48,900.Three .
This is the fastest time any car- fortunate donors to the I
rier has ever reached the mark. drive were recipients of the top --1
Cdr. J. R. Sanderson, Commander awards In this year's fund-rais- :
Carrier Air Wing Three, lag effort. Cdr. W. 1... Berkeyof
landed his A4C Skyhawk on the THE OLD AND THE NEW look of the P3A Orion, shows the chance from dark paint on the underside the ComFalrJax staff received -
Sara to set the new mark, often to a lighter color. the 1965 Pontiac CajallnajD.L. .
considered a measure of the Womochik, assigned to the
operational demands: made of a Dental Department at WAS
To Change ColorsAircraft
Antisubmarine Planes
carrier. Grynco, Ga., received the '65
The ship left for the Mediter- Ford Mustang convertible tsand

ranean in November of 1964 with of Fleet Air Wing easily spotted in the sky. They accomplished as the planes go Marion Sheffield, an ADR2 with
less than 90,000 arrested land Eleven and Patrol Squadron 45 also reported that tie light (Gull through routine overhaulprocedures. VAP-62, was the happy reel ent
ings.Carrier In particular are taking on a new gray) shade blended Into the sky of the boat.Proceeds.
Air Wing Three was 0 look to enhance the antisubmarine to such an extent thatsighting the of this be
also the first Wing to deploy missions they fly every day from aircraft was very difficult. A VP-45 has one aircraft painted used by Navy driS ,ie-
with the first Saratoga to fightin NAS J ax. The new look comes in recommendation was made tothe the lightshade and eight which serving members wal
the Pacific war. Now Air the form of a lighter color paint Bureau of Naval Weapons to are scheduled to be changed to the family in their time bus
Wing Three averages about 11, being applied to the underside of change the exterior paint of the Lighter shade as they go through fulfilling their motto -"aid. he
500 landings a year on the mod- the sleek P3A Orions and to the Orion the the lighter shade. overhaul at Burbank California. time of need." The 111
ern Saratoga. horizontal vert it al tall surfaces. BUWCPS has recently come VP-45 officials have stated thatit help to sponsor the many? t>- .
Capt. Jack tit.James,CO Sara- During combined P3A and sub- through with a directive stating will take about 11/2 years to grams offered by the soclef 'at L. 0.
toga, said that the mark, is of marine exercises performed last that all aircraft Involved in mari- routinely send their remaining include loam' or grantS, a\i pg '& '.'

the Service and a tribute to all year, the submarine reported that time patrols should be painted planes through Burbank. Other nurse service, layettes .
men who sailed and do sail the Seaplane Gray (dark) color this light new shade of gray.They squadrons in FAW-11 will follow grants to the Navy Wives iDf

aboard the Saratoga. s ).. presently used .on the Orion was also said that this should be the same procedure. America Scholarship Fund.4.


JUNE 10, 1965

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;. r ...... <. .r.. ':. FLAG DAYDHE14 ",t), :t'Mft1L': ? :S:'. .'fIMtj'.e; ':.I II Chaplain's/ MessageBy

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Chaplain F. R. McAlister

Two boys were once rambling through the woods on a mountain
8:00 a.m. Service of Holy They found a small bird, not yet old enough to fly. They picked it up

Communion Divine and looked at it. One said, "Let's have some fun with the old man
9:30 a.m. Service who lives on the mountain He is supposed to be so wise, but we will

Worship School for trick him. I will hold the bird In my hands and ask him to guess
9:30 a.m. Sunday 722 what it is. He will guess that it Is a bird. Then I will ask him to
ages 3 through Service 16. Bldg.of Divine tell me whether It Is dead or alive. If he says dead I will show him
Worship a.m. the live bird. If he says alive I will squeeze the bird and show hima
1F "
6:30 Youth Fellowship dead bird.
p.m. The boys went to the old man and he guessed that there was a bird

In the boy's hands. When asked whether it was dead or alive he

WEDNESDAY answered, "As you wish, my son As you wish."

4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal In a poetic sense we have our lives In our own hands. Whetherwe
are dead or alive depends on what we wish for our lives.

7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal Of course there are circumstances beyond our control which affect
our lives, frequently severely. This outside affect,however, Influences
Communion primarily the physical aspects of our existence, and does not haveto
QRCPER 1 JGPEC1: : Iy Q G 12:00 p.m. Holy ,
P Also on all Holy Days affect our emotional and spiritual health. What does affect our
,NEVER TOO YOUNG 70 AEARA'! Catholic Services at St. Ed- emotional and spiritual well-being is what we wish for our lives

ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval and what we do to fulfill this wish.
Hospital The answer to the question, "What should I wish for my life and

Editorial how do I go about accomplishing it?," is, unfortunately, harder to
r SUNDAY MASS find than the answers to most other questions of life.

6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital Some people try to settle the Issue by finding within themselvesthe
"I I Pledge Allegiance. 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. vision and the drive to succeed. Others endeavor to determine whatis
Edward's Chapel high and noble by observing what others are doing and then copy the
actions of their neighbor. Others really never give the matter much
DAILY MASS thought and drift where ever the tides of life push them.
Those of us In the armed forces take great pride in our country 11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel While some people have succeeded in making something of their
and our flag and nearly everyone knows the legend about Betsy Ross. lives by either of these methods, the truly successful people are
At one time or another, almost all of us have taken part in a reveilleor MONDAY & TUESDAY' those who have found something outside themselves to want, have
retreat and watched with pride as the color was raised
ceremony received of outside themselves sustain them
4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC a source power to and
or lowered. who have gone on to over come the obstacles of life to arrive at this

But how many know where the eight sites in the United States are FRIDAY goal.Religion
that the Stars and Stripes are continuously flown in honor of brave 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital is the outside Influence that provides the goal by giving
men and their deeds? men something better than the best that the world has to offer; decency,
SATURDAY peach, righteousness, hope, and salvation. In glimpsing the vision the
The sites--four by tradition and four by presidential proclamation 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY power to reach It has been found. In success of noble desires men
are: The grave of Francis Scott Key; the War Memorial In have found fulfillment, and an escape from the tragedy of meaning-
Worcester, Mass.; the plaza In Taos, N.M.; a civilian cemetery in lessness.

Deadwood. S.D.; Ft. McHenry, Md.; Flaghouse Square, Baltimore, !7:00 p.m. 8:00: p.m. and before "Of the sad words of tongue and pen,
Md. the Capitol In Washington D.C. and the Marine Corps Memorialin
; Masses The saddest are these, "It might have beenf/
Arlington, Va. Catechism Classes:Grade School And the real tragedy Is that most of the failures of life could have

June 14 is a special day set aside to honor the world-renowned Stars been avoided with proper desire and drive.
and Stripes by the people of the United States. SATURDAY The life in your hands your life. awaits your decision. Is
The Stars and Stripes was established June 14, 1777.However, 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activi- It dead or alive? As you wish, my son.

the Continental Congress, In adopting the resolution, did not specifythe ties building 722
arrangement of the 13-stars In the blue field--except to require

that they represent a new constellation. The first flag, based on the
..''. TrafficViolations Gemini Four 'Do Not Disturb'
Idea that no colony should take precedence, had the stars appear Ina

circle. (Continued From Page 1)) Finance Office

So that the flag would not become unweildly with the addition of a expanses of the western Pacific.
stripe for each new state, it was suggested that the 13 stripes be Even without the computer
retained to represent the colonies which had struggled so hard to The following is a report of which allegedly would have land Closing RecordsThe

establish this nation, and that a star be added to the blue field for motor vehicle accidents and traf- ed the astronauts, they landed
each additional resolution passed by Congress which become effec- fic violations for the period June within 12 miles of the Wasp. In Navy Finance Office at
tive July 4, isia 1 through June 6* accordance with Major Mc- NAS Jax, has issued a requestfor

Number of AccidentsThis Divitt's desire to be picked commands to instruct their
up as
Thus the Stars and Stripes come in being--born amid strife of fast'.as possible,minutes after personnel to forego inquiries
battle to become the standard around which free people rallied to Week June 1 through June their spacecraft touched concerning pay records, in per-
establish our nation. 6. . . . .3 they were waIking acorss the deck, son or by telephone, during the

In 1892 Francis Bellamy wrote a sentence which has become one Total June Accidents 6 ..,.this, .year. through. 103 of Wasp on a bright red carpet, period of this June 1 to the July Finance 15.
of ,the most sincere pledges of homage in the world. Many of us have Number of Accidents weary, unshaven and undoubtedly During period
not recited its words since school days. Now we are older the happiest men in the world. Office is required to close
June 1964 ...... . 124 and approximately
and its words have a deep meaning we can understand. That sentenceas Total number of re-open
days since last and
Moon 13,000 records Navy
Shot pay
later amended is: Injury in motor vehicle acci-

"I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America, dent . ... . 151 (Continued From Page 1)) Marine Corps personnel within per-the
... and to the Republic for which it stands, one Nation (under God), manently assigned
Indivisible, with liberty and justice for all" (AFPS) Number of ViolationsThis ordinated. Jacksonville area An additional
In addition to number of transients are pro-
Week ... participating in
34 the Apollo mission the cessed at this time, creating a
Speeding Reckless . .., . 7 be used to support,other ships National[will maximum work load for disbursIng -
Driving .o Aeronautice and
JAX. AIR: ,:NEWS Going Through Stop Sign...,. 0 tration and Department Adminis-of Defense The Finance Office will
Other Violations...... 27 uninterrupted
and continue render
space missile programs to
Forty-one drivers appeared service to its customers during
before the Traffic
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper the Hearing Boardat The this period, and after July 15, any
meeting held on June 8. ships to be modified be
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Disposition of the cases Includethe the USNS Huntsville and theUSNS- questions or inquiries will
Jacksonville, Florida, the Holt ." welcomed.
by Publishing Company, a wing; thirteen lost driv- Watertown both former
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Victory
ing any ships -
parking privileges aboard are 455 feet
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, the station for various periods beam of 62 feet and a Hospital
; a maximum
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before one was assigned to complete an displacement of 11,500 tons. Pre-School PhysicalsThe
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- eight-hoar course in remedial Modification work
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. ... on the hull HospitalIs
driving instructions at *' '>TTC; to acc t range systems NAS Jax Naval
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries four were assigned to complete a ment, plus ln?' tion of equip- now conducting pre-school
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing six-hour course In remedial supplies and U, ., vessel facilities power pre-camp physical examinationsfor
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida driving at Jax Police Academy; will be Panned dependent children.
by Avondale
,3.rt Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. eighteen were given suspended Shipyards, Inc., of New Orleans The examinations are given by
penalties; six were dismissed; appointment only on Friday after
VOL 23 NO. 13 JUNE 10, 1965 two were fined; and four were referred The first of the noons at the out-patient clinic.
ships is
to commanding officers to be on station expected To make an appointment call
for possible disciplinary action. service by and ready 967" 3873232. The deadline for the
February j. examinations Is! Friday, June 25.
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Parachute Jumpers Like Astronauts


Enjoy Freedom In Wide Open SpacesDuring

the past week, much of Trails" will enter a lour man est classification is held by eight SAVE TO 50%
the news that was heard on TV team in the Nationals this yearto Navy Jax club members.The .
and radio or read innewspapers compete for a place in the club jumps on weekendsat FRI. & SAT. c 7 TERMS SUN. & MON.
concerned the Astronaut's walkin U.S. World Parachuting Olym- Whitehouse Field and everyoneis TIL 9 TIL 9
space. Invited to observe these
pics.The jumps.
Although the altitude is a bit club jumpers hold PCA For additional Information con- TRADING POST FURNITURE CO.
lower and the length of time 'a licenses classified "A" through cerning the club's activities,call NEW FURNITURE AT DISCOUNT PRICES
bit shorter, the of "D". A "D" licenses,
possibility thehigh- 389-7711 ext. 8780. 2414 BLANDING AT CEDAR CREEK PH 388-1063
free movement in space is
available to all military personnel -
in the Jacksonville area. All
that is necessary is membershipin
the Jax Navy Sport Parachute

trains The in parachute Bldg. 503 club located meets in and the Thinking about buying a small carPDon'tl

NATTC area. Each new memberis

jump outfitted gear with free of a complete coast. Thirty set of This Chrysler is priced less

hours of ground training Is required -
before a beginner is allowed -
to make his first actual

then parachute makes jump.five The static student jumps than $7 a month more.

under the strict eye of the club

Jumpmaster and Safety Officer. See We deliver \
After this, he is ready for free us.
fall jumps and a try for the
club's demonstration team,
known as the "Vapor Trails."
This demonstration team con-
sists of. the club's nine best
jumpers and they have performed s.
in 35 Air Shows throughout r
the southeast in the past two \.
The Jax Navy club is affiliated
with the Parachute Club of
America (PCA). The PC A
sets the basic rules for sport
parachuting In the Halted States
and sponsor National parachute
competition. The "Vapor

ATRON 44 Hosts

Air Force CrewsAt

Cecil FieldAttack

2 < A 1
Squadron Forty-Four
based at NAS Cecil Field, recent-
ly hosted six U.S.Air Force pilots CIDAA
who were participating in Project :
Sparrow Hawk. Under this pro-
gram the Air Force.pilots flew
check out flights In the DouglasA4C
amounting to over eighty
training missions that acquaintedthe
pilots In familiarization, formation V-8 Engine Base
Instruments, and wea- Make Wheelbase Overall Cubic Inch Monthly Difference
Per Month
pons of the Navy aircraft. Displacement Payments
At the same time, 52 enlistedmen CHRYSLER NEWPORT 124218.2.* 383 $65.67 -
received formal
ground FORD GALAXIE 500 119 210.0 289 58.94 $6.73
school training involving trouble
119 283 58.94 6.73
shooting and systems repairs.
OLDS F-85 CUTLASS 115 204.3 330 59.26 6.41
1i IrfYT
BUICK SPECIAL SKYLARK 115 203.4 300 58.65 7.0Z

BASIS OF COMPARISON-All models are 2-door hardtops equipped with V-8 engine,automatic trans.
mission, power steering, power brakes,radio and heater.Monthly payments have been computed on
manufacturers' suggested retail price, one-third down and 36 monthly payments. Not included are
the extras you pay for on practically any new car: whitewall tires, deluxe wheel covers, destination '
charges, state and local taxes,interest, insurance and licensing fees.CLAYTON.




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LBJ's Request iRF I IM

Scoop In newspaper slang, /
usually means that one reporter

gets a story In his newspaper ,
Gen- 1 ,.
before his competition. tf".r
"\ .
erally the time element is very .
close, so that when a scoop is .. .j' ,..
2 months in advance it's very 'ii'
$ '<... "It
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If there ever was a "scoop )'
award" given at NAS Jax itwould *,, ,
- have to go to the Wave Bar racks.
Last week Jax Air News ran an

THESE GERMAN OFFICERS AND ENLISTED MEN recently com- article concerning the President's hi .z itiL j
plated six weeks of odvdnced (antisubmarine warfare training with request that
VP30. They are: (I to R) (front row) Lt. Polley, LCdr. Maurer, LCdr. buildings and government install NATTC SPONSORED BOY SCOUT TROOP 131 give demonstration
Brottel, Lt. Myer; (second row) CPO August, CPO Ofonloch, SCPO ations be beautified through the of car washing ability prior to their fund-raising drive this Friday
Freymark; (third row) PO1 Twiedtmeyer, PO1 Poetsch.POl Waltchus. planting of shrubs, trees and! and Saturday, June 11 and June 12. Any cars brought to either of
flowers. By some strange Insight the two areas, between buildings 953 and 954, or in front of building .
NAS Jax Waves came up 550, will be washed and vacuumed inside for 75 cents. The
German Crew Completes ASW with the same idea, almost two car wash will be held 1:00 to 5:00: Friday, June 11, and 9:00:
months ago. The idea became to 4:00: Saturday, June 12. All profits raised by the car wash will
reality about three weeks ago be used send the scout troop on Jefferson Davis Trail Hike near
Training Course At HAS JAXA when the actual work got under- Biloxi, Miss., this fall.

light crew consisting of five The German officers and men way.Plans took shape when the BEQ Awaits Patrol Squadron Five
officers and six enlisted men were all previously qualified in Wave Council, a group of elected
from the Federal Republic of the ASW equipment aboard the barracks personnel, approached
Germany recently completed a British "Gannett" aircraft the Wave Barracks Officer Ens. Upon Their Return From SiganaliaPatrol
six-week course in advanced antisubmarine which is the only ASW aircraft C. M. Stephens, with the Idea.
... warfare training at presently utilized by the West Miss Stephens and Council Pre- Squadron Five the
personAlthwgh rooms are expected -
Patrol Squadron 30, NAS, Jax. German Navy. The training received sident, J. A. Moynahan YN1, nel who have reported toNASJax to be ready for occupancy
The training was made available at VP-30 will enable them were instrumental in Interestingother
since the when VP-5 the
squadron's deployment returns, outside
under the Navy Military Assistance to make the transition to the new residents in the idea, and last and
work touches
Signalla Sicily February finishing on
when the time came they were out
Training Program. The NATO aircraft, the Brequet"
have begun renovating the former structure will have to wait until
German students received instruction lantic." This aircraft is being there with the other volunteers Junior Bachelor Enlisted Qlarthe next fiscal
in survival built the digging, hoeing, raking and plant- year.
navigation, through joint efforts ters (BEQ) for VP-5. In addition to the 65 two-man
ASW Tactics, and the Navy's SP-2 Germany, France and England ing.Work -
"Neptune" on tactical flights. and will contain ASW equipment was begun in front of the 'rU1 J
The flights included simulatedASW very similar to that carried in barracks along the pavement and
Patrols. the SP-2 used by VP-30. steps which were almost barren
except for .a few weeds. Soil,
provided by Special Services,was
spread on.each side of the steps
UT "MARINE SERVICE and then the various flowers that
PHilLIPS had been donated to the group
46fiY Roosevelt Blvd. at Ortega Rive were planted In this area. Exist-

[ S PHONE 389-1161 :-. ing shrubs and bushes were

Body Shop 4301 Irvington St. pruned and after a hand lawn- : !
24 Hr. AAA Road & Wrecker Service mower was donated for the cause,
S&II and Plaid Stamps the grass was cut. :-
Mechanical Service Fuel Oil Service Dlal- -Car After the front of the barrackswas ___'
Body Repairs Pier 17 Marina U-Haul completed, work was moved .-
to the'sides and rear of the build- 4
Boat gas at Regular Station Prices ing. Although there Is much to
Now Showing complete 1965 Lines: be done yet before the job is

Thunders completed, the face-lifting has
Boats& Motors \EV-'N' U ThunderblrdSUrcratt: worked wonders with the appearance -
High Trades !' of the barracks. Residents -
Low Down Payment Formula Jr. have begun to take more
Easy Terms Viking pride In the) barracks and each
Vega THE BEGINNING G. B. Jennings, ATN3, starts the cleanup ofa
time the worUngpartybreaksout; in the VP-5 Bachelor enlistedmon's
room ,
new Quarters now
Our 36 year reputation is your best guarantee of quality service. the garden tools more volunteers underway.

join the group.
When all the work u finished, FAW-11 staff personnel the rooms there will also be TV
Including the planting of several NAS Jax Public Works Depart- rooms, and recreation rooms
IMPORTANT NOTICE! trees and the completion of the ment are assisting the skeletoncrew that will feature pool and ping
barbecue pit In the rear of the with the project. pong tables.

building, volunteers will main- The Idea of a 13CQ was first Each room will have full size
simca tain the appearance by mowingthe introduced to NAS Jax last January closets Instead of lockers,dressers -
1000 lawn, pruning shrubs, weeding when VP-16 renovated Bldg. and other furniture not foundIn
and other chores 120. the barracks-like dormitories.The .

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NAS before Hobby that boat Shop Facilities .ti AIR cnJ'OED\ '
you put In the Charles Lyle serves both as
water it may need a little work. the instructor and manager of
Or maybe you need an extra die carpenter shop and he is
cabinet or bookshelf around the qualified for both jobs, with 2
house. Perhaps you prefer to 1/2 years of cabinet school three
build furniture than buy it. If years spent working in die boat OLDS 88
any of these descriptions fit you yards and over ten years
then you probably already know experience in working with saws __ FOUR-DOOR
about the facilities available at and tools. It I
power was during
the NAS Jax Carpenter Shop. But die time that he worked in the 1 1 1also SEDAN
if you don't why not join the other boatyards that Mr. Lyle learned
part-time carpenters who utilize about the layout and lofting of
the facilities to build these and boats. Unfortunately his servicesin
many other items. this line have not been called
The shop, located in Bldg.897, upon as very few of the patrons
offers its patrons, military personnel have built boats.However .
and:! their dependents, the some boat work is with all these luxury items:
opportunity to use the equipmentand done at the carpenter shop but
facilities construct or work it consists mainly of repair and GOODSELECTION 4 AUTO. TRANS. tit TINTED GLASS 0 POWER
on their carpentry projects. overhaul work. In addition to STEERING 0 V-8 ENGINE HEATER-DEFROST )
Among the equipment available the space available outside the 0 ALL VINYL INTERIOR
are four varieties of saws that shop there is also room inside AIR
include two radio saws, two table for five boats. DELIVERED IN JACKSONVILLE I IWARRANTED
saws, three band saws, and a jig The Navy Exchange Hobby COND.
saw. There are also two shapers, Store stocks wood and other sup- $3,29500 J
three sanders, two planers and:! a plies needed for various carpen- ,
variety of hand and power tools. try projects. ONE-OWNER See Ct Today ,
With all of these power tools Although no survey has been
and machines operating safety is taken, it's a good guess that manyof Otthmot1hJnc.
of prime importance, and to insure the part-time carpenters were USED oflUUj :
that it Is observed an sent to the shop by the "little 9 'lob langUyEockiCvtry Sol With$*me "
instructor is on hand at all times woman" to make cabinets and CARS
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I June 7-13 I Resent What People Have Been

lax Saying About Me Lately' M

Mayor Louis H.Ritter recently Y T
designated the period 7 through As an automobile, I resent "But take a look at the fellow
13 June 1965 as ToastmastersWeek. of the things people have who controls me. He has a love-
In his proclamation the saying about me. Take for ly wife and! three kids. He's an
Mayor said: 7 ; that headline In the pa- upstanding citizen, good to his
"WHEREAS, Toastmasters which read, 'Automobiles family, polite[ ; aId spends a lot
International is a unique organi- H. 43,600 in 1964.' And of time keeping me clean and
zation designed to help its mem- a legislator who is intro- glossy. I guess you'd have to
bers develop the ability to appear of a bill to outlaw me because say he's one swell fellow-that Is
effectively before audiences, and the destruction I cause. until he gets behind! my wheel. I
"WHEREAS, members gain what I'm going todo? don'.t know what my wheel(Is madeof
valuable experience in oral expression in not guilty, that's what. And! but touching it suddenly trans-
and! analytical listen- asking you to be my judge. forms him.
ing, Toastmasters provide don my case. "You know what I mean. He
_. .!a constructive criticism for each am the pride of my parents begins to abuse all my safety J. J. LEVERENCE received a cerKficote -
speaker, and"WHEREAS! I'm so much safer than features by taking reckless chan- ( for D correspondencecourse
the organizationhas were. I have the safest tires ces and relying on my extra pow he recently( completedwith
made outstanding contributions made, safety padding on my er to get him out of jams he him the Industrial College of( the
to the welfare of our ## and power brakes. I self creates. Armed Forces from Copt. J.R.
communities and State by stimulating to my accelerator, to "So on he goes--breaking the Mnckroth, CO MAS. The grbd.
leadership traits, promot- danger, quicker than my rules--speeding up to beat traf- uate-level) course was on "The
ing fellowship and helping its members to qualify for effective safety seat belts, and have overdriving his headlights until
community service and signals to guide some day my shiny fenders may ICAF Students
My windshield wipers( be marred and twisted and my
the best ever made and my slick paint stained with red. Study Overseas
are 'the most; I travel "Will It be my fault? That's

RETIRING FROM highways that are the safest for you to judge. WASHINGTON (AFPSResi-
built because the best engin- "Before you do I wish to say dent students of the Industrial
brains in the Nation plan- that there's only one thing wrong College of the Armed Forces
and! constructed them that with automobiles. It's people. (ICAF) have left here on inter-
"The defense> rests." national field studies taking themto

You can 50 foreign countries, as part
of an intensive 10-month course
r of study dealing with the manage
U.S. Bonds
Buy Savings ment of logistic resources for national -
$10,000 a
year security.
The student body includes 147
high-ranking officers of the
and Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine -
Corps, and 33 senior civilian
executives from the federal gov-

us n s :: ernment.

3987873'I Evolution SeemsTo

Be ReversingIs
Ever thought how good It would be 'yfi

.+ itself
and profit by your own efforts and evolution reversing
We sure made a "people" out
of a monkey when we lured him
You can do just that with a
Into an orbital capsule with
/ banana wafers.
a Texaco Dealer, you're In
The joke is that people make
monkeys out of themselves with
every prospect of a -
less goodies at stake.

Texaco Dealers make $10,000 or A neighbor installed a radar
detector on his car and then got
Previous service-station nabbed for speeding by a cop on
a bike.

Texaco trains you with a 4- RECONDITIONEDMOBILE Some worry about radioactive
fallout and then get run over bya

and specialized on-the-job HOMES friend.
Folks get ulcers over the Laos
upright from the start with problem but ignore the delinquency -
problem on C 1m Street.
promotions that bring In customers. We eat so much wholesomefood
we end up unhealthy (fat
You'll be surprised at how slobs.
Seat belts> are installed in the
to secure a Texaco Dealership. car and then never used.
w We take a new drug only to
available If ne:ed. learn the side effects are worse
r than the disease.
For more Information, mail Instead of acknowledging that
we're too lazy to take pre-
tion. All Inquiries confidential. cautions, we say we're so busywe
can't afford to take time to
MOBILE We have a drink to release
HOMES: IN NORTH FLORIDA tension, then get tense for another
MrJack E. Curley
Texaco Inc., P.O. Box 3702
CONDITION SAFE; HUNDREDS We buy a car that'll do 125
Jacksonville Florida
NEW; 12 FT. HIDE HOMES m.p.h. and then get hit by a tree
NAME at only 110.

ADDRESS SPECIAL MILITARY We speed past some slowpokeand
FINANCING then we're stalled by some
CITY & STATE "Clyde" making a Itft turn.
NATIONAL I MOBILE We save a buck using a "do-
J it-yourself" kit only to pay it to
,,., (State or area In which I am ) HOME SALES a doctor to pump out the sto-
> 2063 IIIG II\\',\\' 17, ORANGE l',\RK mach of one of the kids who ate
J Oft CALL: DAY 353-5736 oc 2 MILES S. OF N.A.S. PH. 264-9339 some of the glue.
NIGHT 725.6214 or

JUNE 10, 1965

I "Mr IE MM T Ask rJs Ham ClubMeeting 4.

The United States spent billionsof fense will stay strong." ,
dollars to enable the launchingof R.L. Nolan, P1I2u Yes, I think The Navy Jax Amateur Radio
the twomanGimenispacecraftlast the Club will hold a meeting on Wed.
Thursday morning.Do is spent money is justified ;'\ '" June 16, at 12 p.m. in Bldg. : :

you feel that the money because I .( > 726.Club
used in the "space-race" is justified believe that hu- "'; plans and programs will ?taf
be discussed. Licensed Ama-
? "
manity's destiny \ < teurs and interested in
.J.A. Rags- is persons
all the uni- :
dale, PN2 "U verse and not $j >;;t. ,? becoming "Hams" are urged to
the space program confined to our*' 5L3" '$--t>;!I attend. For further informationcall r
: strengthens _: small earth." Nolan ext. 8420. 7)

the U.S. defense Cdr. W.R. Fitch, USN, ((ret.-
I feel that "If we are simply racing to get Art, Crafts Class
it is more than """ -"
I to the moon, no.W "
justified; if it "t : However, forthe :',> : Beginning June 21, there will .
doesn't, it's future '", r be and : 5
Ragduli things 1. an arts craft class for
money wasted." which could ., ; ".1) school art children. Classes will
W.H. Brown PN2- "We haveno come from this > ii. be Monday, Wednesday and Fri-
choice for in I research, it Is ,k t ,:., :.: day from 9 aum.until 12p.m. For 1
order to keep! '! well-spent. At ,$.!,< !i < \.. further information call ext.368. Joe C. Morris, Jr., 25, of' NARTU's VR-743, is anxious to wear
pace with Rus- + least abetterinvestment + the wings of a Npval Aviptor.
sia we mustcontinue than Fitch Opportunity often knocks Reporting to NAS Pensacola, June 2, 1965, he is entering the
our ij the billions we have thrown down Statistics still are showing, + Aviption Officer program. He receives his commissionupon
program at any) the rathole in foreign aid." But the reason we don't hear it is:' completion ofppro-flight which I lasts 18 weeks.
cost." H.L. Cash, PN3-"I. think the We've got the TV going! Morris is p gradupte of the University of Miami. His parents
Lt. Bill Woodward -- money allotted to the space pro- -STEPHEN SCHLITZER: Lion, reside in Miami.
VAP62brown gram, is used very wisely, by Lions Intemat'l.
"I I feel l, that in this day of the our nations most T .. I
space age; the money we are Intelligent men. a 1
spending in this regard is not The American '
only justified, but necessary. Besides people are continuously .
the scientific advances seeking I
being made In conjunction with betterment 11f
the space pro- In life and the
,. .
'Jri' l'I.
gram, we must 1t \1.11 ....,, \ space program Cash f
continue to advance >- f has opened many
and progress f fields of study and opportunitiesto
in this ,.+ -. Increase our knowledge of the
area to maintair: vast outer space."
our superiority 'a k .' ..- -- '- THIS WEEKEND '
over the other __ ONLY! '
nations of the Woodward Warrent Hopeful fi & S
world. Wouldn't It be wonderfulif
it were possible to utilize Required To Take
this money for the proposed

military GySgt.( pay Walt bill Aug. Chief f Exam

Murr, MARTD"I -
feel that the J.... Was hinton- Navy first class "
money is well : ,.I. .' petty officers going up for war-
spent. We must rant officer will have to take
do our best at WIII! the examination for chief In Aug-
all times, If Wf '1l)- ust-not Februaryunder changein
are to remain } application procedures just ..
the free world's Murr issued by the Bureau of Naval
hope and leader." Personnel. r
J.F. Taratuta, AN-"Yes I do The move-up !in exam date
think the money spent is. jus- for warrant candidates puts the
tilled. Not only 1 horse In front of the cart. Un-
will our know- der the old procedure, the applicant -, FULL PRICE
ledge of the universe i filed his application
be broadened papers first, starting In motiona MERCURY COMET CALIENTE
and future I' lot of paperwork which might 2 DOOR HARDTOP \
living conditions later prove to be useless if he
bettered, but C '1 + J, failed the vital CPO exam. Now, C WHEEL COVERS BACK-UP LITES STINTED WINDSHIELD WHITE TIRES,
most important" "" he'll establish eligibility first and
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I, The ''Barn Storming'' Days s THEF.4BPHANTOMIIth.j.t: \ \ Former COs Achieve Fame I

----- which has s s.f t 17 speed find/, altitude

I If!early "Tophatter"pilots were eccentric they also had a near equal amout ofJ1ng abdity.For .)'. _. : records, h htos been a VF-14. The current'wearer ofVF'14's( "Top Hat"'''is Commander lionel E. Ames Jr. He i is the 4lst, Natal) Atiator. :
f three consecutive.' yean, 1927 to 1929 squadron plots represented ,the Navy' at the Rational' Mr aircraft' since June, 1963. In- soheudthesquodron..
Races in Ohio the FB-5 and F2B. duded in those records
; they yflew are eight A
In these, "barn storming' days of aviation Fthe\, tf ""Tophatters"? originated the "High hollers, one of'the time-to-climb records. The Phantom Cdr. Ames position as CO the"Tophatters" one "which" of the Navy's famous leaders IiavefoIIoweL
three who ) d u/ial/ few f ) of the more famous names in the forty are; Vice Admiral G.F. Bogan who served' as Commander
first world' famous acrobatic teams. The "High Hatters were a danng team' of performed( can fly as speeds exceeding
was described as "breath-taking acrobatic maneuvers "while, connected 'to each other with: manila/ lines.. ". I 9412. .., .,. ._ -_ 1,600, mph ?find climb to pltitudes /thval.&'''' Air Force, Atlantic Fled from 19-16 to 1948, Admiral Arthur W. Radford who was' CommanderinChief -
But the "Tophatters" were' also fighters as their \World \War II combat records shows;; the squadron excelled : vr. higher than 100,000, f.... { Pacific Fleet and later' in his career ,the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff' another Navy "Top

in combat during the tear. 4 4In Hat" 'to 'serve in this capacity was Admiral Forrest Sherman who was' Fleet Admiral Nimitz's' top planner ,\
a four day period during November 19-12 squadron pilots flying) "Vindicators", destroyed enemy -, j ., j
J World War II and later Naval Operations.VF14
.. -J during Chief{of
aircraft/ "dulepmvding, air support for the invasion of(North Africa.{ '.__ -



Pacific waters were calmas catapult officer. The "cat"' officer the Navy's' oldest] squadron was a "topper." Inspired by their signia, they proved that they were I part of Carrier Air Wing One, The "Tophatters" feel they
the morning sun glistened d then gave\' the signal to hurl member. eccentric shipmate, the officers not a candy squadron. Flying the the outfit became the first"Ph n- have established a history that
across the fleet. On board the the plane into the air. In an instant Fighter Squadron Fourteen proposed the "Top Hat"" as anew TS-1 In 1923 the squadron won the tom ir'"* squadron to operate> on more than entitles them to their
leading battleship the catapult a uTq>luner" was airborne (VF-14)) can trace its earliest. squadron insignia. Carefully Gunnery Trophy for fighter air- board the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt ,
crew hustled to make ready for his silk scarf flapped in possible origin to September 1919as s shunning the vogue of having an craft. (CVA-42)), as a member slogan: "First In origin. Foremost -
the first launch of the fall day. A the breeze as his aircraft reached an element of Air Detachment insignia consisting of a Coat-of- The squadron operated from of an Air Wing January J 1964. In achievements."

man sitting In an open cockpit Its climbing speed of'75 miles Pacific Fleet at San Diego,Calif. Arms with a Latin motto, the Top practically every battleship iithe in .
wearing a fur-collared jacket, per hours.* No other existing aviationsquad- Hat was adopted. The Top Hat Navy during Its years of in- :
buckled the chin strap on his leather The year was 1919. The pilot ron in the Navy can boast of so insignia has remained unchangedto fancy. The usual method for '" J A-I
helmet and pulled] down his was Captain H. C. Mustin the old! an ancestry or outstanding the present, although the name landing on these imitation a : :-:*<,i'Y'I1L : .:', .,
goggles. He warmed up his engine commanding officer of Air a record. has changed. The squadron was carriers was to "plop" on the .,. ,. "
and when coughed* aOOs sputtered Detachment .Aircraft. Battle Since the t squadron has known for sometime as the"High water and be hoisted on deck. USED CARS j
to his satisfaction nodded to the Force-Pacific Fleet,,"' In which operated from 22 aircraft Hatters"r s which eventually When the squadron was attachedto I
carriers, flown 20 different evolved into the present name the USS Langley ( CV-1)) in '
type aircraft and had its designation 'Tophatters." 1926, it established the present ,
BEST PRICES IN 14 times. For three consecutive I :: .
'S" p Ax.: JACKSONVILLE changed years, "race track" traffic pattern and '. $$0
AND THE BEACHES Through these changes and 1927-29, the "Tophatters" rep- set a record for that era of 127 ** DUVAL MOTORS r

since 1927, the squadron has resented the Navy at the National carrier landings in a single day ,
continued to wear their identifying Air Races in Cleveland, Ohio, flying the TS-1 aircraft.In ,
t\\ IRmIDnrnm Top Hat insignia. Prior to flying the FB-5 and F2B. In the the spring of 1943 the"Top-- I I
1927' the squadron's' insignia wasa 1929 competition a division of the hatters," onboard the USS Ran- II
diving eagle. This eagle] closely squadronwas lead by Col.Charles r ger, were selected to provideair S SAN JUAN LOT II I
I FRITZ resembled the parrot on the Lindberg. During the same per- cover for the SS Queen Maryas ;
PARMANRet. trademark of Ghlradelli Candies lod, the "Tophatters" orginiated it carried British PrimeMin- OFF ROOSEVELTSPECIAL I
O and the took much the world famous
men ribbing "Sky Hawks, ister Winston Churchill to Quebec t
: CPO from rival squadron personnel acrobatic team.The"Sky Hawks""" for his meeting with President ___ ____ "
owny because of the "candy insignia."' were a team of three who per- Franklin D. Roosevelt. ;

During this time one of the squadron formed breath-taking acrobatic Flying the SBD "Dauntless"the '"
pilots consistently went on maneuvers while connected to squadron participated in the MILITARY FINANCING
liberty in full dress regalia; silk( each other by ribbons. first American naval air strikes M

Harold Praia Mtypoct : shirt tails, and a black silk Before they changed their in against German forces in Nor- THE MONSTER ABOVE is a Martin MT Bomber. This torpedo plan. saw action in 1920 the y.ar after

Fritz Webber Pannan* jr. Noraun4y RooenreltLoo VF-14's' birth. The old bi-wing has a top speed of 105 mph with a 400 hp engine. J64VW. ..... . $$1395 FALCON . ... $$1295

_j 2 dr.,standrad shift,heater, 6 cyl., atuotrans./ ., R&H.
.. .. SPEED, way In October 1943. They sunk "Demon." With this aircraftthe received the Navy's' newest 1 extra-dean.
for three con- fighter aircraft, the F-4B
40,000, tons of enemy shippingin squadron won the It has set fifteen 64 GALAXIE. ..... $$2495 63 CORVAIRMONZA.$1495$
inner channel at secutive years, 1959-61 both "Phantom IL"
COMPLETE 0 LINE OF, MAC WHEELS Bodo Norway's Harbor, Alter Fjrd, and Commander Naval Air Force,Atlantic speed and altitude records including =I Hardtop, 2 dr., fastback, 2 dr., 4 speed trans., R&H. !

RACING SLICKS. CHROME 0 PIPES Klnna Head.In Fleet ME" for battle ready all eight existing time to --- V-8, auto/trans./ power.
intro- steer., and brakes,R&H,Iocj
its j
and the Chief of Naval climb records since
TACHOMETERS & FLOOR I.I SHIFTS October transferred 1944, the "Tophatters" to the- efficiency Operation's' Aviation Safety A- duction in 1960. j tory air cond.I64IMPAIA fAIRLANE ....... $$1 195

Li q'k Pacific and were boarded theUSS Bun ward. Winning both awards for To centime setting "firsts," .... $$2795 2 dr., sedan, 6 cyl.,
NO I DOWN PAYMENT : } '' is the "Tophatters" became t the standard shift R&H.
ker Hill (CV-17)). Operatingfrom years straight unprecedented -_ Super sport, 2 dr., hardtop -
the Bunker Hill they received in the history of Naval first F-4B squadron to be per- V-8, auto/trans./ R&H. ,

WE FINANCE I ANYONE I IN THE USN a pre.sidentlallinlt Citation Aviation. ., manently based at the Fla.Naval As Air a ==j power steer... factory air. 62 CHEVROLET...... $$1095LAIAtIkP.JY
for their efforts In supportof InJune 1963,"Tophatters" Station, Cecil Field, 2 dr., 6 cyl., standard shift,
WITH PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES In additionto u-t $$1395') .
the Leyte landings R&H air r cond.
=== I..U
I making strikes at Ormoc Bay =j-j2 2 dr., 6 cyl.. ....... shift,

and Luzon.In .-c R&H, extra clean.
; ______
I ____
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BRAKElII.iINiTJT December the outfit : : 62FAIRLANE . $$1295 :
1944, 164 FALCON ..... .$$2395
4 dr., sedan, V-8,
went aboard the USS Essex :=:;;; auto-
d dr. h V ,
=j S Sprint, 2 hardtop -v
R&H. cond.d
t ,
the Mln- rani.
(CV-9)), to support ===
4 speed d trans., R&H.
dora and Lingayon operations.

2 For their action in these operations 63 IMPALA .... $$1995 61 CHEVROLET .,.. $$995
... the squadron was awarded a Hardtop, 4 dr., V-8 auto 2 dr., 6 cyl., standard shift,
second Presidential Unit Cita- :-:::z:= trans., R&H, power steer., R&H.
tion. The "Tophatters" were factory air.

also among the first to operatein : 163 FORD ... $$1495 CHEVROLET ....... $$595

Formosa the China and Sea Okinawa area in against early _______ ________ i Convertible, standard shift. Bel-Air 4 dr., auto/trans./ ,
S : ________ 1 R&H. V-8, standard shift.
third Presidential Unit Cita-

REBUILD BALL JOINT (Port 4 labor) 15.95 hatters" for their participationin
the landing at Iwo Jlma in
SHOCKS FRONT OR REAR (Parts & Labor) 12.95 February 1945. In February of T

BRAKE SHOES ANY U. S. CAR (Parts & Labor) 10.95 ___ 1945, they were a part of the -

BALL JOINTS REPLACED (Parts & labor) 29.95 first carrier air strikes against ,
4 iy4 Tokyo. Soon after, the squadron DUVALMOTORS
SCIENTIFIC ENGINE TUNE UP (Labor) 4.95 .4' ____ _____ returned to the United States 41y =

Atlantic Coast. :

BIG) CHIEF TIRE After the war the squadron con .
) CO.V tinued their fast pace of activityand ::III:1IU :: '

5. I $ 2809: MAY POUT January 1954 they received 1
ROAD their first jet the F3D "Skynight" -
V 4-4631 all-weather fighter.In .
CM 6-4825 SIX VE-7? Scout Fighters fly over North Island, Calif. \ March 1956, the "Top- THE SBD DAUNTLESS (below) saw extensive action otboth Theatersof 4538 SAN JUAN AVE. EV 44536r
''ill-- I '<,< Wl a day's* Work in 1 1921.> pilot'I awarded three PresidentialUnit t" ;
get a top speed of 1 111 mph out of this aircraft. T This "Tophatt.r' hatters" became the first squadron World War II. VF.14 pilots were :
American aircraft carrier. type fighter' r was (the first to take oft and land on on to receive; the F-3H Citations for war action in this oircrqft., ----- -- -- -

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I Hawaiian Luaus b l

At '0' ClubAloha ,, rM .

a ?, \\ p
will be the greeting for Qsb

r. anyone attending the Hawaiian
Luau set for Thursday, June 17,
at the NAS Jax Officers Club t
E The pool and 'patio area will
be appropriately decorated for sb a 1 0 r
W a
the luau buffet and entertainment
will be straight from the !Islands 4
x '
L! with Johnny Pineapple and his 4 '; !

plus 4. The bard will provide _, ___
.... r.4If' when! music from 7:30 p.m., r
buffet begins,until 11:30 e
PINEAPPLE and his South Pacific Revo...
p.m.The South Pacific Revue, con- .
sisting of four persons, offers .iiTir: u-I
dancing hula style and irs -
Hawaiian floor show at 10 p.tn. THESE SIX LADIES will be serving as the offkiplt for the Jacksoiv
Informal dress is recom- ville Officers Wives Club for the 1965-66 term. They pre, front
mended to get into the spirit of row, left to right: Mrs. J.W. Sullivan, 2nd Vice President;; Mrs.
the evening and also recommen- G.K. Clark, President; and Mrs. W.C. Forehand, lit Vice Presi-
ded' is the purchase of ticketsnow dent. Bpck row: Mrs. P.J. Mprtinejau Recording Secre.pry; Mrs.
available at the main deskat M.P. Myers, Treasurer; and Mrs. J.H. O'Donnell, Corresponding

the "0" Club. Any purchase Secretary.

of tickets will assure you of a .-... > ." > -.,>'-{,
choice spot for the festivities r ,' ',
which begin with cocktail hour at t

6 p.m,

Wives Club #86

Need money?? Holds MeetingAn {

Installation ceremony for -.---... ..-.
two new officers of the Navy ., "
Wives Club Jax #86 highlightedthe
Borrow regular business meeting held

June 2nd at the clubhouse aboard ....
the Naval Air Station. ft\ .

Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, presi- : : 1k' "
u dime and dent of the club, presided at the ..
and installed Mrs. Tho- t
meeting ..>'.if'..'," ,
mas J. Bennett as VicePresident '". .j
and Mrs.Leon Conley,Par ;

call e.I.T. liamentarian.Also welcomed aboard at the 1' :

meeting was new member, Mrs. ..._
-- -
Robert J. liilton.Recommendations.
suggested MRS. ROBERT GOLDTHWAITE presents p gift to Mrs. J.E. Ryleein
by the Board members were appreciation of Mrs. Rylee's tenure ps president of the NAS
read to the assembly and then Jax Officers' Wives Club, during 196465.

approved. Following the meeting

refreshments were served. Mrs. Goldthwaite Hosts
The meeting slated for June 16,
will be a Notified Business Meet
ing and also members will electa Jax Officers Wives Club

new club Chaplain.

Yes, you may make application by phone at C.I.T. Mrs. Robert Go1dthw aite hosted Mrs. William ''1'. Clark, who had

Or even by mail. But, frankly, we enjoy meeting people so WE CANFINANCE a tea that honored the out- served as various committee
going incoming mem- chairman. Riverboat charmswere
much we hope you drop by our office in person. That
of the
ANYONE bers NAS Jacksonville Officers presented to Mrs. Arthur
way we can talk over your loan to pay bills, or the money GUARANTEED GOOD USED Wives Club,last Tuesday Cason and Mrs. Don Gately in
you need for travel. Or discuss whatever problem a CARS WITH $SO. DOWN June 1, at her quarters.She appreciation of their work on the

C.I.T. loan can solve for you.Remember, you'll find C.I.T.. SEE US FIRST presented a silver trayto Magnolia BalL M rs.Lloyd Doch-
BEFORE YOU BUY. Mrs. J. E.Rylee. who served terman received agoJdcharm for
office just about anywhere you happen to be. Thereare
SUNSHINESTATE as president[ for the past year. her work as cool over 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to coast. There's a and silver sauce bowls to theongoing

welcome waiting for you at every one.Why not call now? MOTORS board members that Included New CeramicsJhrafiftM

2 LOCATIONSZZSJ Mis. J.T.Koanik. Mrs.
i:' LOANS TO$3000 B1ANDDK2 511 BLVD. J.C.Stoop aci,t.drs.T.E.CUrry. AtIlASHoUbyShop
7.n.VAIN sr. Ma. 0. iL Walkman and hsrs.1iz. .
CAIIII YOU GO 7E8-1M3 1If.J. '!.

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Monthly 3a 3D ri
Payments moe. mos. *aoeejS0 e &txa to Mrs.'C.C. ttodt ItetfAS Hefty Shape*ftejAXite
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IWOTORCrCUESALLMDDEIS : some nsy bam1lu1fF1 s
tIEW.a USfdi1V as well as wioua dish designs.
loa is the time to start with
NOTHING DOWN an those Christmas while
3312 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville EASY CREDIT gifts
the rush is slow. During the
III 7, Fla. FREIGHT SALVAGE OPEN 8 A.M.-8 P.M. months of October Novemberand
MON.- FRI. December it will take quitea
Phone: 398.1581 REPOSSESSIONSBARGAINS 8A.M.-6P.M. SAT. while to get pieces fired, so
1P.M..5 1 P.M. SUN. come early before the big rush
GALORE! starts and while the molds are


HOURS 9 AM 7 PM 4949 Blanding Blvd. Also just into service are twonew

PHONE 771.0750 PH 771-8244 Air Brushes now availablefor
use In the shop.



-- -- ---
-- --
Club Schedules
MMb SNS: 'S'
"0" CLUB Music this Fri- Sunday will be at the South : { J''

day night wiU be provided by Jacksonville .Presbyterian. Mon- .

will be shown regularlyt Charlie Jay with the John Arnold day offers a Welcome Party for vv SKN:r. A{vC AlAY.' '' s
7 p.m. Monday through Satur- "4" entertaining on Satur- the Italian Ship, Intrepido.
| day. Monday there's a Steak Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,

ay.NATTC will have two feature Cookout on the patio and for the HAS Cecil Field 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
dishis later than Tuesday for publication the .
es 2 p.m. and 7p.m I. onSatur- gourmet, Tuesday's foreign following Thursday.Ads
ays and Sundays. The hospitalill French. During the summer Notes of Interest arriving too late for this deadline will be published the
there week unless the is instructed
have one feature will be a Patio Band every following publisher otherwise.A .
7 on Sun- Wed. Don't forget the Luau,June check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be

ay's All at evening p.m. movies at Cecil 17th, featuring Johnny Pineapple.CPO VF-11 Tuesday June 1, a fare received WITH the copy 'for the ad.
ield CLUB The Chiefs Club well luncheon was given for Mrs. DO NOT SEND CASH
[ These start at 7 p.m. is open for regular business Richard Stewart, wife of the RATE Minimum charge ((3 lines). . ... 2.00
| aresubjecttochange hours and is serving light Commanding Officer of VF-1L Per additional line ((4 words per linej.) . .0.50

Thursday, June 10 lunches.ACEYDUCEYTheMarkCas. Mrs. Stewart appeared at the

IASMan Who Could Cheat N.A.S. officer's club in a cherry t- - -

Death Anton Difering Hazel tle Combo will offer music this red-lemon sleeveless dress withan

[Court Friday with Phil Cay and the embroidered collar. She received FURN APT ORTEGA SECT "3" SINGER "3"

TTC Mary, Mary Debbie Chantels on Saturday. March a silver bracelet and disc fac river, 15 min from NAS SEWING MACHINES $15. left
[Reynolds, Barry Nelson Wilson and! the Redcoats will entertain with the engraved names of all the 1 adult only. $25 wk loci utlL in storage, excel cond.,

pital The Rounders Glenn Sunday. If you like bingo women in the squadron. Mrs. & phone 388-9886. fully elec. does every-
Ford, Henry Fonda drop in Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. William Mumma, wife of the Executive thing complete with attachments

Icil Field Panic Button BLUEJACKETS INN Jimmy Officer, chose a two FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto yours for the storage charges
Maurice Chevalier, Jayne Strickland and his Western Band piece brown and white linendress NAS $100 down, $50 month. only $15. Call 353-1946 anytime -
ansfield will provide the entertainmentfor for the event. A cocktail-dinner Call Art Powell USN RET 264- will deliver no obligations
Thursday. Friday will fea- party was held in farewell toCdr. 6144 with Powell Realty BKR. A-l Sewing Machine Co.
Friday, June 11 ture Phil Cay and the Chantels. and Mrs. Stewart Saturday June

Dancing Saturday and Sunday will 5 at N.A.S. Jacksonville.
S Moro Witch Doctor Real Estate: Information on HOUSE FOR SALE 7253 Pine-
be to Carl and his Walter C.
Tock Mahoney, Margia Dean Boyd Rhythmn hosted s. Larrywas sales, purchases, equities, rent- vile Dr. Ortega Hills, 3 BR,
TIC Man Who Could Cheat Kings. Every Monday patrons can for the daytime als or FHA VA homes. Call 1 1/2 BA, den, low down pay-
2 pizzas for the price of 1 L
get Bridge Group Tuesday June
ath Anton Difering, Hazel Walter T.BowenUSNRtd. Char- ment will pay closing costs
and is featured. extended
Wednesday bingo
Congratulations are to
lourt ter Real Estate Co. 387-6511 phone 388-7197.
USO NOTES Lt. and Lee Schalon
Special events Mrs. for
pital Mary, Mary Debbie or 387-2851 at night.JACKSONVILLE .
Nelson this week at the USO includes the arrival of a son May 21,
eynolds, Barry FURN IDUSE LR. DR, FLAR,
a Bon for the 1965, also to Lt. jg and Mrs.
( )
Voyage Party
:11 Field Code 7 Victim 5 SCHOOL OF KIT 2 BR 1 1/2 BA, A/C,
FDR and Sur- D. J. Condon for the arrivalof
on Friday night a
x Barker, Ann Smyrner REAL ESTATE Offers classes, Central heat, no pet or child
prise Party Saturday. Vespers their son June 4, 1965. Tues. & Thurs. 7-10 P.M., 4 $100. mo. Phone 246-6009 after

Saturday, June 12 wks. to complete course, prep.

S Black Spurs Rory for Fla. Real Estate exam, cost 5.NO
alhoun, Linda Darnell $35.00 for details call 384-4008, CLOSING COST LOW DOWN
TTC Moro Witch Doctor -Met Marina. 2738 Park St. PAYMENT. Lovely 3 Bedroom

rock Mahoney, Margia Dean 2 Full Tile baths, Hardwood
pital Man Who Could Cheat AND BOATYARD HOMES SALE RENT floors, near city, buses &

Death) Anton Difering, Hazel" MERCURY SALES & SERVICE l Some no dn. Many $0 $100 dn. schools, 3986980.

Court No closing costs. New homes. AU
Stril Field The Rounders BOATSMOTORSTRAILERSWet the X-TRAS, Family Rm, Fencedyd. M 94 SWEDISH Mauser Deer

.jlenn Ford, Henry Fonda & Dry Storage Marine Ways ., built-in R/O You nameit. Rifle excellent. 7.65 mm ammo
Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET TIMMERMAN RLTY. BRKR. and load dies. $45. 264-9673.
Sunday, 13 771-2792 and 771-186L
NJ\S The Earth Dies U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH WANTED experienced waitress

'Creaming Williard Parker, ORANGE PARK PHONE 264.98351'CHOOSE for part-time work at the ORF.

Virginia Fields VIRGINIA BEACH NORFOLK, Contact manager at ORF ext.

MA"TC Black Spurs Rory DAM-NECK OCEANA For buy- 275/8180. Cecil Field.

Calhoun, Linda Darnell ing, renting, or property man-
_pital Moro Witch Doctor agement, call 428-7421 anytimefor piano player
pck Mahoney, Margia Dean FROM MORE THAN individual attention. JeanneS. Happy Hour at the ORF. Con-
tact ORF at ext. 275/
Cil Field Mary, Mary Rice Realtor, ANCHOR manager
8180. Cecil Field.
ibble Reynolds,Barry Nelson 90 ( Count vEm ) 90 ginia REALTY Beach.Pacific at 30th, Vir-

Monday, June 14 4729 KINGSBURY, Murry HilL
Excellent cond. 2 BR, DR,
S Dear Heart Glenn
scrnd porch and utility rm. Lge
ord, Geraldine Page UNFURN HOUSE FOR RENT -
&TTC The Earth Dies Here are just a few of this! weeks specials: (old Ortega) 4031 Baltic St., gar, near schools,NAS and Cecil.
$300 dn. FHA $52.24 mo. 388-
creaming Williard Parker, 2 Br., 1 Ba, cottage, new kit
3286 after 4:30 or wkends.
irginia Fields HURRY! ONLY SEVEN LEFT!! equip Dr., garage. $85 avail-

pItal Black Spurs Rory SEVEN ((7)) -1965 BELVEDERE 4 DOOR SEDANS. .$2795 able June 15th. CH 6-7775. FOR SALE Maple Living Room

alhoun, Linda Darnell These are driver education cars some with as little as 2,000 Furniture Singer Sewing Ma-

:il Field -Man WhoCoald Beat actual miles and all have 50,000 mile or 5-year warranty. chine, dinette set, kitchen bar,
>eath Anton Difering, Hazel air and HELP WANTED We need Two
Completely equipped with factory power. and lawnmower. 384-3267.
: Ladies Experienced in
art Sharp
SAVE NOW on these cars priced less than factory cost.
Tuesday, June 15 ALSO many Executive cars and Demonstrators, $800 OFF Operation of composition equip- FIVE POINTS 2150 Park St.
ment (Justowriter, Verityper, Apts. Beautifully furnished apts,

S Atragon Japaneseast 64 CHEVROLET SUPER SPORT . . . $2695 Etc.) Fast typists with News- priv em., ideal location, will ac-
Fully equipped, Air/Conditioning, Like-new. paper experience also qualify. comodate 2 or 3 bachelors or

TTC Dear Heart Glenn 63 VALIANT ... . . . . S1395 Call 359-4040, Mr. Holt, 10- business people. 3876010.
"ord Geraldine 12 A.M. week days.
Page 2 door, auto/trans., R&H, Remaining warranty 3 years or
pital The Earth Dies
26,000 miles.63VWSUNROOF.. FOR SALE 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA,

creaming Williard Parker, ... .. . . . . $1375 C/B home, 18 ft. diameter pool,
irginia Fields SACRIFICE BY OWNER: Imma-
R&H, WSW, Very, very clean. seperate pet area, excellent lo-
culate 3 BR home in
eil Ortega
Field-Moro Witch Doctor 62 CHEVROLET .. . . . . . $1195 cation. $1500 dn. VA 41/2-/*
ock Dean Hills, A/C, 1 1/2 BA, Conv. to
Mahoney, Margia
2 door sedan R&H, Extra clean, low mileage. NAS and Cecil 389-4137. 7712689. 6311 Sage Dr.

Wednesday, June 16 60 FALCON . . . . . . 5595
:i 4 door sedan, extra clean. 16 ft. BOAT 35 HP MOTOR,
[AS Love the Italian Way- 60 T-BIRD CONVERTIBLE ... . . . $1395 FURN APT DOWNTN Jax 3 trailer, $595. Call CAPT. CA-
[Elke Sommer, Walter Chlari rms, best barg in city for couple.
Factory air conditioning, loaded! SON ext. 534, NAS JAX.
TIC Atragon Japanese $12.50 wk pi uti!. 388-9886.

spital Dear Heart Glenn FOR RENT FURN APT Coupleor OWNER MUST SELL A/C 2 BR

Ford, Geraldine Page party of one. Shopping cen- HOUSE Drapes and elec kit
:eil Field Black SpursRory 'CLAYTON REVELS ter of Ortega nearNAS and Cecil. equip, also chain link fence. 4789

| Calhoun, Linda Darnell Call Mrs. Bell, 3880354. Sun- Beverly Circle E. (Lake Shore
Inc. and 389-1348. area) conv. to NAS EV 42416.
Calssified ad In musician's Chrysler-Plymouth, day evenings,

ion magazine: "Tromboneayer GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA.
to sport
ckets with one arm longer than only 20 min. So of NAS on llwy. 17 ACRES 3 DR, 2 BA, den, A/C, 5913 Transylvania, 2 duplex,

fie other." PHONE lAX 264-6555 Bit-ins. $2000. and assume. 781- new decor. Near store, NAS and

Parts Pups 3367. Cecil. 7713742.LNE .


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NE 10,


Hawaiian luau

Set At 0' ClubAloha

will be the greeting for
.s anyone attending the Hawaiian
Luau set for Thursday, June 17, t
at the NAS Jax Officers Club.
The pool and 'patio area will
be appropriately decorated for
the luau buffet and entertainment J4 :
EE will be straight from the Islards _
with Johnny Pineapple and his 4 % 4
plus 4. The band will provide ____
a f u music from 7:30 p.m.,
__ when buffet begins,until 11:30

JOHNNY PINEAPPLE and his South Pacific Rvu...
South Pacific Revue, con b '
sisting of four persons, offers
dancing hula style aId it's
Hawaiian floor show at 10 p.m. THESE SIX LADIES will b. serving as the of fid/a/ I. for the Jackson-
Informal dress is recom-' viii. Officers Wives Club for: the 1965-66 term. They pre, front
mended to into the spirit of row, left to right Mrs. J.W. Sullivan, 2nd Vice President; Mrs.
i ', ,..' < the,evening get and also recommen- G.K. Clark President; and Mrs. W.C. Forehand, 1st Vice Presto
;.' ded' is the purchase of ticketsnow dent. Back row: Mrs. PJ. Mprtinepu, Recording Secretary; Mrs.
!', ." available at the main deskat M.P. Myers. Treosurer; and Mrs. J.H. O'Donnell Corresponding
the "0" Club. Any purchaseof Secretary
.. .
of irm.rtaMJ +xwWMrl M! '"
tickets will assure you a 1Wr ,
choice spot for the festivities + t '.R
....", which begin with cocktail hour at
6 p.m.

'Wives Club #86 3 I

T Need money? Holds MeetingAn a (

for \ __..._J
Installation ceremony --:' ---- -.'- -' -.1. .ici' ,'
two new officers of the Navy ',".,"
Wives Club Jax #86 high-lighted Li- f'

Borrow the regular business meeting held ,,'\ I
June 2nd at the clubhouse aboardthe
Naval Air Station. A < I' "
Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, presi- s.. < ,,
t dime and dent of the club, presided at the .,... ." "" .., ".7'r.'f"_......;,....
a meeting and installed Mrs. Tho- J'It
Bennett Vice-Presi-
mas J. as +
lllB >
dent, and.Mrs.Leon Conley, Par- ; t t

call (.1.1. liamentarian.Also welcomed aboard at the : <

meeting was new member, Mrs.
Robert J. lilton.Recommendations.
suggested MRS. ROBERT GOLDTHWAITE presents p gift to Mrs. J.E. Rylee
by the Board members were in appreciation of Mrs. Rylee's tenure ps president of' the NAS
\ read to the assembly and then Jax Officers' Wives Club, during 196465.
I approved. Following the meeting

refreshments were served. Hosts'ax
,r,."." L', .t., '." .. ." The meeting slated for June 16, Mrs.
will be a Notified Business Meeting -
and also members will electa Officers Wives ClubMrs.

new club Chaplain.
Robert Goldthwaltehost- Mrs. William'T. Clark, who had
Yes, you may make application by phone at C.I.T.
ed a tea that honored the outgoing served as various committee
Or even by mail. But,frankly,we enjoy meeting people so WE CANFINANCE and Incoming board mem- chairman. Riverboat charmswere

much we hope you drop by our office in person.That ANYONE bers of the NAS Jacksonville Of- presented to Mrs. Arthur

way we can talk over your loan to pay bills, or the money GUARANTEED GOOD USED ficers' Wives Club,last Tuesday, Cason *nd Mrs. Don Gately In
you need for travel. Or discuss whatever problem a CARS WITH $50.,DOWN June 1, at her quarters. appreciation of their work on the
tl.T.loon can solve for you.Remember,you'll find a C.I.T. SEE US FIRST She presented a silver trayto Magnolia Ball. Mrs.Lloyd Dochterrnan : -
BEFORE YOU BUY. Mrs. J. E.Rylee. who served, received agoU charm for
office just about anywhere you happen to be.There SUNSHINESTATE as president for the past year. her work as cookbook chairman
are over 400 Cl.T. offices from coast to coast. There's a and silver sauce bowls to the
welcome waiting for you at every one.Why not call now? MOTORS ongoing board members that in- lie. 4&HHR1CSAvail
ZUOCAITOrtS daded Mrs. J.T.KesnJH. Mrs.
LOANS TO$amo ZZD.IDArmING.n tautrY1r. .. J.C.Soxpacfe,104m.T.><..Curjy.Mra. .M* At2'EltttUSidbyS'
Qi R. ift man ad Mrs
."'R.2&&UD+ ;
1w*you GEt w.J..7
:. Met nyEC0&E8 ..... sD- "
Monthly 7i 3D -
Payments mos. mos. ____. 1 .. ..NrL'C.E. Rod- pdf 1c J aXfiia
H. ... iconic yI x2eztIccDbtslonhasI1rst'rtrw
SS0 SI&4956 SUZZS 1tOfl3a5 .I .. fs.... ttrF.3.tq-) ... gat c1Ey aSmDanrb pitth
TO 2169.39 ieu.sx J iitflua. ... taL JL-6. aa3 :apQ lalateZy mebuitz

100 ..YI.2IU Dl1 ....IA. .. 1 :J area aramlc stlolds.3T .
a molts I+tZtunaurtetJ4S
.....---.a ...... 'dmaD: .mt am1n
tote xi di H* iAfcUUh4 .n krpputesUNIVSASAL 28 If .....vIIE.W. salle iety taadtu1ijgul! =

.. awn", as well as various dish desjgns.
C.I.T 011811 < *fl.T
Now is the time to start with
NOTHING DOWNOPEH8AJA.8P.M. an those Christmas
gifts while
3312 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville EASY CREDIT 1 1I I the rush is slow. During the

11 7, Fla. FREIGHT SALVAGE months of October, November
and December It will take quitea
Phone' : 398.1581 REPOSSESSIONS'BARGAINS 8A.M.-6P.M. SAT. while to get pieces fired, so
1P.M.-5P.M. SUN. come early before the big rush
GALORE! starts and while the molds are

MOTORS & CYCLES still new.
. -
HOURS 9 AM 7 PM 4949 Blanding Blvd. Also just into service are two
PHONE 771-0750 PH 771-8244 new Air Brushes now availablefor
use In the, shop.PAGE .

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JUNE 10. 1965

MoviesMovies Club Schedules G

"0" CLUB Music this Fri- Sunday will be at the South

day night will be provided by Jacksonville Presbyterian. Mon-

will be shown regularlyat Charlie Jay with the John Ar- day offers a Welcome Party for

7 p.m. Monday through Satur-. nold "4" entertaining on Satur- the Italian Ship, Intrepid

day. Monday there's a Steak Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
day.NATTC will have two feature Cookout on the patio and for the HAS Cecil Field 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208. to arrive not

times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.onSatur- gourmet Tuesday's foreign dish later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .

days and Sundays. The hospitalwill is French. During the summer Notes of Interest arriving too late for this deadline will be published the
have one feature on Sun- there will be a Patio Band every following week unless the publisher is instruded otherwise.A .

day's at 7 p.m. Wed. Don't forget the Luau,June check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be

All evening movies at Cecil 17th, featuring Johnny Pineapple. VF-ll Tuesday June 1, a farewell received WITH the copy for the ad.
Field start at 7 p.m. CPO CLUB The Chiefs Club luncheon was given for Mrs. DO NOT SEND CASH

These aresubjecuochange. is open for regular business Richard Stewart, wife of the RATE Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .$2.00
hours and is serving light Commanding Officer of VF-1L Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.50
Thursday, June 10 lunches Mrs. Stewart appeared at the

JN ASMan Who Could Cheat ACE Y DUCEY-TheMarkCas- N.A.S. officer's club in a cherry asessn -
tIe Combo will offer music this red-lemon .
Death Anton Difering Hazel sleeveless dress with
Court Friday with Phil Cay and the an embroidered collar. She received -
I NATTC Mary Mary Debbie on Saturday. March a silver bracelet and disc
Wilson and the Redcoats fie river 15 min from NAS SEWING MACHINES $15. left
will entertain with the
Reynolds Barry Nelson engraved names of all the 1 adult only. $25 wk Incl utiL in storage excelL cond.
Sunday. If you like bingo in the
|Hospital The Rwnders Glenn women squadron. Mrs.
& phone 388-9886. fully elec. does -
Ford, Henry Fonda drop in Tuesdays at 7:30 p.m. William Mumma, wife theExe- everything
Cecil Field Panic Button BLUEJACKETS INN Jimmy cutlve Officer chose a two complete with attachments
FOR SALE 3 home
Br closeto for
Strickland and his yours storage charges
Western Band
piece brown and white linen dress
Maurice Chevalier Jayne will provide the entertainmentfor for the event. A cocktail-dinner NAS $100 down, $50 month. only $15. Call 353-1946 anytime -
Mansfield Call Art Powell USN RET 264- will deliver no obligations
Thursday. Friday will feature party was held tnfareweU toCdr.
Friday, June 11 Phil Cay and the Chantels. and Mrs. Stewart Saturday June 6144 with Powell Realty BKR. A-l Sewing Machine Co.

|HAS Moro Witch Doctor Dancing Saturday and Sunday will 5 at N.A.S. Jacksonville
be to Carl Boyd and his Rhythmn s. Walter C. Real Estate: Information on HOUSE FOR SALE 7253 PIne-
Jock Mahoney Margia DeanNA Larrywas
Man Who Could Cheat Kings. Every Monday patrons can hosted for the daytime sales purchases equities rent- vUle Dr. Ortega Hills 3 BR.
Hazel get 2 pizzas for the price of 1. Bridge Group Tuesday June L als or FHA VA homes. Call 1 1/2 BA, den, low down pay-
Death Anton Difering,
Court and Wednesday bingo Is featured. Congratulations are extended to Walter T.Bowen,USN Rtd. Char- ment will pay closing costs i
USO NOTES Special events Lt. and ter Real Estate Co. 3876511or phone 3887197.
Mrs. Lee Schalon for
|lospltal Mary Mary Debbie
this week the 387-2851 at night.JACKSONVILLE .
Nelson at USO includes the arrival of a son May 2L
:ecU Reynolds Field -Barry Code 7 Victim 5 a Bon Voyage Party for the 1965, also to Lt. (jg) and Mrs. FURN ICUSE LR, DR, FLAR, s
FDR on Friday night and a Sur- D. J. Condon for the arrivalof OF KIT 2 BR. 1 1/2 BA, A/C
Lex Barker Ann Smyrner REAL ESTATE Offers classes, Central heat, no pet or child
prise Party Saturday. Vespers their son June 4, 1965.
Saturday, June 12 Tues. & Thurs. 7-10 P.M., 4 $100. mo. Phone 246-6009after
wks. to complete course prep. 5.
(AS Black Spurs Rory for Fla. Real Estate exam, cost

Calhoun, Linda Darnell Inlet Marina. $35.00, for details call 384-4008, NO CLOSING COST LOW DOWN j
IATTC Moro Witch Doctor 2738 Park St. PAYMENT. Lovely 3 Bedroom

Jock Mahoney Margia Dean 2 Full Tile baths Hardwood

iospltal Man Who Could Cheat AND BOATYARD HOMES SALE' RENT' floors near city, buses &

Death Anton Difering Hazel MERCURY SALES & SERVICE l Some no dn. Many $0 $100 dn. schools 398-6980.

Court BOATSMOTORSTRAILERSWet No closing costs. New homes. AU 1
ecil Field The Rounders the X-TRAS, Family Rm, Fenced M 94' SWEDISH Mauser Deer

Glenn Ford, Henry Fonda & Dry Storage Marine Ways yd., built-in R/O You nameit. Rifle excellent. 7.65 mm ammo

Sunday, June 13 Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET TIMMERMAN RLTY. BRKR. and load dies. $45. 264-9673. ,
771-2792 and 771-186L i
AS The Earth Dies U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH WANTED experienced waitress {

j' Screaming Wllliard Parker, ORANGE PARK PHONE 264.98351'CHOOSE for part-time work at the ORF.

Virginia FieldsATTC VIRGINIA BEACH, NORFOLK, Contact manager at ORF ext.
Black Spurs Rory DAM-NECK OCEANA For buy- 275/8180. Cecil Field.

Calhoun, Linda Darnell ing, renting or property man- i
Iospltal Moro Witch Doctor agement, call 428-7421 anytimefor WANTED piano player for
Jock Mahoney Margia Dean FROM MORE THAN individual attention. JeanneS. Happy Hour at the ORF. Con-
ecil Field tact manager ORF at ext. 275/
Mary Mary- Rice Realtor ANCHOR
i Debbie Reynolds,Barry Nelson OA Count 'Em ) QA7"FINE REALTY Beach.Pacific at 30th Virginia 8180. Cecil Field.

Monday, June 14 4729 KINGSBURY Murry HilL

(AS Dear Heart Glenn USED CARS Excellent cond. 2 BR, sep DR. i

I Ford, Geraldine Page UNFURN HOUSE FOR RENT scrnd porch and utility rm. Lge

IATTC The Earth Dies -Here are just a few of this! weeks specials: (old Ortega) 4031 Baltic St., gar, near schools,NAS and Cecil
dn. FHA
$300 $52.24 388-
Screaming WiUiard Parker 2 Br., IDa, cottage, new kit mo.
I Virginia Fields HURRYI ONLY SEVEN LEFTII equip Dr., garage. $85 avail- 3286 after 4:30 or wkends.

pital Black Spurs{ Rory SEVEN ((7)1965) BELVEDERE 4 DOOR SEDANS. .$2795 able June 15th. CH 6-7775. FOR SALE Maple Living Room
|Calhoun Linda
Darnell These are driver education cars, some with as little as 2,000 Furniture Singer Sewing Machine -
cil Field
Man WhoCould Beat actual miles and all have 50,000 mile or 5-year warranty. dinette set, kitchen bar, >
[Death Anton HELP WANTED We need Two
with air and
I Completely equipped factory power. and lawnmower. 384-3267.
Court Ladies in
Sharp Experienced
SAVE NOW on these cars priced less than factory cost.
Tuesday, June 15 ALSO many Executive cars and Demonstrators, $800 OFF Operation composition equip- FIVE POINTS 2150 Park St.
ment (Justowriter, Verityper, Apts. Beautifully furnished apts,

JAS Atragon Japanese 64 CHEVROLET SUPER SPORT . . . $2695 Etc.) Fast typists with News- priv ent., ideal location, will ac-
I Cast Fully equipped Air/Conditioning Likenew. paper experience also qualify. comodate 2 or 3 bachelors or
TTC Call 359-4040 Mr. Holt 10-
Dear Heart Glenn 63 VALIANT ... . . . . . $1395 business people. 387-6010. j
[Ford, Geraldine 12 A.M. week days.
spital Page 2 door, auto/trans.. R&H, Remaining warranty 3 years or
The Earth Dies
26,000 miles. FOR SALE 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, i
(Screaming Williard Parker 63 VW SUNROOF. ..... '. . . . . $1375 C/B home 18 ft. diameter pool '
(Virginia Fields SACRIFICE BY OWNER: Immaculate -
ell Field-Moro R&H, WSW, Very, very clean. 3 BR home in Ortega seperate pet area, excellent lo-
Witch Doctor- 62 CHEVROLET ... . . . . $1195 cation. $1500 dn. VA 41/2/4
ock Mahoney Hills A/C 1 1/2 BA, Conv. to
Margia Dean 2 door sedan, R&H, Extra clean, low mileage.. NAS and Cecil 3894137. 771-2689. 6311 Sage Dr.

Wednesday, June 16 60 FALCON . . . . . . . $595
4 door sedan, extra clean. 16 ft. 35 HP
IE Ike Italian Way- 60 T-BIRD CONVERTIBLE ... . . . $1395 J FURN APT DOWNTN Jax 3 trailer, $595. Call CAPT. CA-
Sommer, Walter Chiari rms, best barg in city for couple.
Factory air conditioning, loadedl 534 NAS
TIC SON ext. J AX.
Atragon Japaneseast $12.50 wk pi utiL} 388-9886.

spital Dear Heart Glenn FOR RENT FURN APT Couple OWNER MUST SELL A/C 2 BR

(Ford, Geraldine Page or party of one. Shopping cen- HOUSE Drapes and elec kit
Sell Field Black Spurs{ -Rory CLAYTON REVELS :ter of Ortega near NAS and CecIl. equip, also chain link fence. 4789

alhoun, Linda Darnell Call Mrs. Bell 388-0354. Sunday Beverly Circle E. (Lake Shore

ialssified ad In musician's Chrysler-Plymouth, Inc. and evenings, 3891348. area) conv. to NAS EV 4-2416.

ion magazine: "Trombone GREEN COVE SPRINGS FLA.
kets with one arm longer than only 20 min. So. of NAS on Hwy.; 17 ACRES 3 BR 2 BA, den A/C. 5913 Transylvania, 2 BR,duplex,

other." PHONE JAX 264.6555 DU-ins. $2000. and assume. 781- new decor. Near store NAS and

Parts Pups 3367. CeciL 771-3742.

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Chief's' Club canteen, first aid packet and
Temporary pouch, light marching pack with-
I out entrenching tool and weapons
Expanding EntertainmentThe lAX MARINES ; authorized by the table or organization. -
Personnel taking the test
NAS JAX CPO CLUB, operating the future by adding weekend: will muster in the recreationroom
from temporaryquartersIn patio dancing. These events will Bldg. 572 at 6:30 a.m. on
Building 593, Is expanding Its be held at the CPO swimmingpool the day they are to take the test
program to include dancing to located behind the former to have their weight checked.
live music. club building which was destroyed By GySgt. Joel Ferguson USMC TOP GUNS SSgt. Earl H.
On Saturday (June 12))the Mark by fire In mid-May. NAS Ext. 400 Drake, with 241 of a possible
Castle Quintet will play fordan- Facilities In the temporaryclub 250, was top shooter during the
cing from 8:30 P.M.to 12:30 A.M. are continuing to expand. CITATION Pre- Dennis- O.- The rubber-tired- vehicle- is expected Aviation Detachment's annual
Other musical groups have already Light lunches are currently being Swanson was awarded a Meri- to be in full operational use rifle requallfications at Camp
appeared in the club's tem- served and club officials hope to torious Mast May 28 after finish- by Sept. 15 with the Corps' Fleet Blanding last week. SSgt. Oliver
porary quarters.A expand the galley service in the Ing first in a class of twentyat Marine Force engineer and shore Husak was second with 236, and
new feature was added to the future. the Aviation Ordnance School, party battalions and force service third place was taken by 1stLt.
Club schedule last Wednesdaywhen The CPO CLUB Is operating on Class "A." regiments. James E. Curran, Jr., with 233.
the Vern and Ted duo played its normal schedule and additionally SAFETY BULLETIN From The $30,344 MRS-100 replaces Of the 27 Marines who fired for
for dancing.The Is operating the patio snack Headquarters Marine Corps allowances for two different type requallficatlon, there were 13 experts -
club management hopes to bar at the swimming pool. comes an appeal to all Marinesfor crawler tractors-the TD-18 10 sharpshooters and four
expand Its live music program In more vigilance In safety Loading Force and TD-18 Angle- marksmen. None of the Marines
matters. The annual Marine dozer tractors. who fired last week turned In a
Corps accident loss reports 191 General uses for the MRS-100 score below 190, which is the
killed and 3,878 injured. As a include use as a prime mover; minimum score for a qualified
result of these accidents 109 Marines light dozing; winching; towing Marine marksman.
were permanently disabledand and use with a four-wheeled hydraulically SALUTE The Marines take
SAVE $25 to $30 90,013 man days were lost. operated scraper. pride In saluting a group of men
Cost of accidental deaths and The tractor can be disassembled who shared trips with us across
injuries In the Marine Corps was Into five sections for heli- the Pacific in the early forties;
reported at a staggering $20.1 liff ing or can be transported intact to Korea in the early fifties, and
On Each 100 of Bureau Rates for
million. by fixed-wing aircraft. It to many other troubled spots In
TRANQUILIZER Marines attending also contains built-in water between and along the way. These
Aviation Ordnance School proofing features, permitting it men remain with us today InVlet-
AUTOINSURANCE-P here have come up with a sure- to operate in water up to a depthof Nam and the Dominican Republic,
fire way to relieve tension aftera 60 inches. still doing a highly professionaljob
long day of study. They passa READINESS TEST Now Is of rescuing wounded and providing -
regulation bull whip around to the time for Aviation Detachment emergency first aid. Of
see who can make the loudest Marines to start loosening up course we refer to the U.S. Navy
crack. Retorts are quite lively those muscles for the Marine Medical Corpsmen, and the Ma-
WIVES CLUB From Mrs. Corps Physical Readiness Testto rines will be the first to salute
Hazel Wilkes, President of the be administered locally June them on their 67th Anniversaryon
You enjoy these savings from Bureau Marine Wives Club,we have word 14-18 on the parade field across June 16.WRITERS.
Rates for the Family Automobile Policy that the club decided to discontinue the street from Detachment Writers man your
meetings during the Headquarters. Uniform for the typewriters I The Marine Corps
without the Safe Driver Plan. You even for occasional Gazette published by the Marine
summer, except test will be utilities boots, helmet -
save substantially when the Safe Driver "get togethers." The first regular and liner, cartridge belt Corps Association, is looking for
Plan is used! meeting for the fall will articles covering a broad range of
be the first Monday evening in subjects for its readers. Here
August. Mrs. Wilkes also reported r are a few: examples of what the
that plans were made at f a .1 Gazette wants to publish:
the last meeting to have a going A New concepts of operations.
GEICO SAVINGS FOR FLORIDA DRIVERSYOU away dinner for Gerry Kean who New procedures pertainingto

SAVE 30": from Bureau Rates for the Collision will be leaving soonforQuantico, training, management, com-
and Comprehensive coverages, and you save Va. Time and place for this munications, or logistic support.
25"' .'. for I he vital Liability coverages. GEICO also dinner will be announced soon and Descriptions of operationsor
gives you the usual additional savings on compact all members will be notified. exercises as a whole, or a
cars driver training; ; and when more-than-one-car is Before their last meeting was particularly interesting or difficult -
insured. You may pay your premium in convenient adjourned, Mrs. Wilkes said the facet which Isolate and
installments.NO .
club recognized the achievementsof identify specific problems and
EXTRA COSTS: The low GEICO premiumis Miss JoAnn Lynn and Miss solutions thereto.
the full cost of your insurance; there are no membership Laura Parham, daughters of club Usually interesting or rewarding -
fees, assessments, or other sales charges of members, for their recent tours of duty, such as
any kind.GEICO graduation from Forrest High encountered by Marines assignedto

rates represent the above savings from School. Anyone desiring infor- Y a duty In embassies, missions,
Bureau Rates for the Family Auto Policy. Bureau mation about the Marine Wives Marine Barracks overseas or
Rates are the rates developed( by the National Bureau Club may call 781-0633 or 781- staff assignments to Unified and
of Casualty Underwriters and the National 3259. Specified Commands.
Automobile Underwriters Association for their member PARADE A parade will be There are literally hundredsof
and subscribing companies. conducted by the Marine Avia- subjects of which Marines can
HERE IS THE PROTECTION YOU GET tion Detachment at 5:20 p.m. next SEA DUTY IstSgt. George E. write in an authoritative manner
When you insure your car with GEICO, you get Thursday on the parade ground Harbison Aviation Detpchment and remuneration for articles
the broad Family Automobile Insurance Policy-the across GiUis St. from Detach- Operations and Training Chief published by the Marine Corps
exact Mime polity/ used by most other leading companies "
; and wherever ment Headquarters. Service pel'sonnel for the post 18 months, will re- Gazette is generous.
you are protected you
and their families and
drive in the {J. S.. its! |IsS'ssions and Canada. This port to May port June 20, for
with the Financial friends are invited to attend this Detachment for ServiceAcademies
policy can comply Responsibility duty as IstSgt.
Laws of every state, including the compulsory insurance ceremony. Music will be pro- seagoing Marines aboard the
requirements of New York and North Carolina. vided by the NAS Band USS Saratoga. A veteran of 22 To Graduate 2,031NEW
Over I.100 TRACTOR Officials atHead-
professional representatives across the
Marine Corps service,
country stand' ready to give you personal claim service quarters Marine Corps have announced years Harbison action in YORK (CAFPS) -The four
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MRS-100 wheeled the Pacific with Marine Fighter
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Service Conference met June 3 DCIGO' CALIF.NAV- backswing and thus placing control -
at Mayport, with Frank McCaf- Downs NEWS) ':"rommyexper1ence of the club more in the hands
Hospital O&R 10-3 As
fery NAS Jax Athletic Director as a teacher, I have become convinced and the forearms.One .
presiding as president and loin that one of the major dif- way to cut the hackswing
McCrlff, NAS Cecil Held Athletic ferences between a seven and a is to choke the club an Inch or
Director as secretary The Klomann Pitches Four WinsHospital 15 handicap player lies in the two from the end of the grip
following schedule was decided ability of the former to save and then limit the barkswlng to
upon for Inter-Servlcc competition. strokes from within 125 yards of three-quarters of Its usual
jumped the gun Tuesday, June 1, and dropped O&R out of the green the shots he plays length.
On Saturday, June 26, a swim first position with a score of 103. Fred Klomann was the winning from a seven-iron on down. Dy doing this, body motion Is
meet will be held at the NAS Jax pitcher, stopping O&R with only three runs. This is Klomann's The high handicap player hasa eliminated and much better
Indoor pool. The expected en- fourth straight win. He also added his mark to the game by hitting lot of trouble with these shots balance is achieved.It's .

tries are NAS Jax, Cecil Field, a h omerun.Klomann. because of the position he gets
Mayport, Glynco, Sanford,Moody took Hospital on fourth inning. into at the top of his back swing.He a comforting thought that
A.F.a, Patrick A.K.IJL, McDlll another ride against Supply for J. D. Jackson connected fora has the tendency to hit from there seems to be some sort of
A.P.B., Hunter A.r.D., and Rob- their second weekly game, and homer in the seventh ith one the top, or to swing too far out- rule of history that no new war
bins A.r.a won It 11-4, with the help of man on to break the tie and put side the arc he made going back can start until all the generalshave
The Conference has set up a Eddie Peak's homer. Communications in the winning and then comes down over the written their memoirs on
Golf Tournament, 54-HoleMedal Rod Eulenfield was hot circle with a 6-5 score over ball. These evils could be largely the previous one.Seantor .
Play. The first 18 holes will be for NARTU as he smackedfive Weapons. R. L. Anderson was eliminated by shortening the Soapcr cynd rot
hits in both of their games the winning pitcher.In .
played on July 10 at NS Mayport,
the second 18 holes will be playedon and scored the winning run in other games played,NAMTG 2045 BLANDINGPH.
July 24 at Cecil Field and the both of them, as NARTU slipped [ walked away from A/C Ma Int. TOP HAT DRIVE-IN 387-9110
third 18 holes will be played at by Supply 1-0 and VP-45, with a 15-5 victory, in their first
7-6. H. E. Gulden was the and lost their second ,
NAS Jax on Aug. 7. game game
They also decided on a Track winning pitcher in both games to MARTD with a score of 8-4. ASK FOR OUR NAVY SPECIAL AND RECIEVE I A

and Field Meet which is scheduledto and Jim Heinbaugh as the loos- A/C Maint. also lost their second '" ... .,:.:.:...:.;..,
be held Nov. 6. Ing pitcher, VP45.In game to the 679th Air Force ;' : : ;:: BE REFRESHED WTH A
VP-45'ssecondgame, Hein by a 9-3 score. The Air Force '
baugh made a comeback and led lost their second one, ComFalr: r'I COCACOLAWITH
Jax To Host ;
his team to an 11-0 victory over Jax, l-O. ..:......... ....
MARTD. Everybody connectedfor VAP-62 (putthebombtoFAETUand
Cecil FieldsThe hits in this game. shut them out with a 10-0 THISDELICIOUS '

Overhaul and Repair jumped victory in their only game of the 39 *
Varsity Softball team from back to first place, after the week, and VP-30 knocked the Dispensary 1/4 LB. JUMBOHAMBURGER

NAS Jax will be host to the Cecil Hospital clouting by downing off their feet w ith a score
Field team this Saturday at 7 1 ComFalrJax 9-3. D. H. Stewartwas of 188. .
p.m. They will be playing adou- the winning pitcher and he Wth all the trimmings SAT ONLY

bleheader at Enterprise Field. also scored with a homer In the Davis, McCrory

You mutt ask for the "Nqvy Special" to receive tfus.
Now tliere's a deodorant that
promises protection around the U.S. Boxing Star Each Score HighIn

clock. It works too. Notice
how seldom you find:! a smelly To Teach IraqisNew Waves ActionHigh
clock these days?
Jack Wilson coU York (AFPS) Olympic
winner and three time armed for- game and high handicap ;ZZ? c. $
game in the June 2nd kegler action -
A hamburger by any other ces boxing champion
means cost a lot more. Sergeant Robert J. Carmody of went to Carolyn Davis who BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC.
finished with 189 and! 281 -
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Windsor Beacon Ft. Campbell, Ky., will conduct a
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into the last
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of the fol- ..
game season are as '!I
His clinic Is jointly sponsoredby
the Departments of State and :
51-9 .
Defense at the request of the
Le Lagnappes 43-17 "-... ... .Jf.1-O.
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government. Davarians 36-24 ----
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tenant (junior grade) RichardD. Cats 16-44 #, ""
Beaver, plebe swimming coach
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at the U.S. Naval Academy, who

arrived in Iraq May )J on a two- After giving their new truck

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ENItax ming. run, Kajang Malaysia, firemen
n A track coach, yet to be nam- returned to their home area and
t ed, will report to Iraq in July. discovered that twenty-four UR
Air Force Captain James Wil- houses had burned down In their
liard Is completing a two-month absence.
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For The Future HAS ,Jax 1M 5th Schlitz Fishing Derby The Jax HAS Golf

Invest In BondsMost Bowling ResultsThe FloridaIncreased
Opens p In North Corner

&J1f. results of the Intramural Cdr. Don Stanley holed out a
7Q I) bowling leagues for the week of cash awards In substantial amounts will be posted for nine Iron, third shot from 75
i May 31-June 3, are as follows: three months across North Florida's Summer resort area In the fifth yards out on the par five first
fI > 3rd Crewman 4 Cannon Cockers 0 annual 1965 Schlitz Florida $500,000 Fishing Derby,which began Tues- for an eagle three this past Suk-

Neptunes 3 AEWRON "AU 1 day, June LFishermen day. His playing partners were
ComStore5 2 Guessers 2 In 34 counties from St. Augustine and Jacksonville to Joe Furlong, Jr. and Sr. and Lou
Lilly's 3 Darters 1 Panama City and Pensacola will be eligible for bounties of $25 to Ricketts.

Riggers 3 Cloak& Daggers 1 $10,000, offered by the Jos. Schlitz Brewing Company. The first sessions of the free
Poll Grips 3 Nockers 1 Conducted by the Florida Board golf clinic for dependent child-
nam, St. John's, Santa Rosa, Sw-
Cursors 4 Cutters 0 of Conservation, dealing with saltwater ren to be conducted by Pro Joe
of us think about the futureIn Anchors 3 BB Stackers 1 fisheries, and the Florida waonee, Taylor, Union.,Wakulla, MacDonald Is scheduled for June
terms of paying off the mort- Owl Hoots 3 Supply 1 Game and Fresh Water Fish Walton and Washington.Zone 18. For further details contact
gage, educating the children, pro- Thunderheads 3 Avlons 1 Commission, the most extensivefish 4 Derby dates are June the Pro Shop.
viding a retirement Income. Torch Pots 3 Paymasters#11 tagging program In historyIs 1 through August 31. During Mrs. Earl Bennett won the
But with the world the way It Is Trailer Sailors 3 Spoilers 1 designed to provide researchIn this period, the minimum award Shottie Morris Trophy as winnerof
It's almost Impossible to conservation and improvementof for Schlitz fish is $25, offeredfor
today, Mix Masters 4 Vultures 0 the NAS OWGA Championship
make plans for your own future Sky Warriors"B" 3 Tipplers 0 Florida's vast fishing opportunities specimens tagged Tourney. Mrs. R. B. Williamson -
without considering the future of Airmen 3 Sidewinders 1 value this year, and for any tagged In
t was runner-up event.
your country, too. NCO's 3 Air Frames 1 All costs are defrayed by the fish released In previous years. Harry Thomas from Newlons-
When you buy U. S. Savings Lucky 7 4 AOMD #1 0 Schlitz Company, and Derby a- Other 1964 tags carry values of burg, Penn. playing wlthDr.Har
takes both wards will be for the $50, $100, $1,000 and $10,000.
Bonds, your money on Warriors 3 Marines 1 given return -
Dr. Middlekauff and Jerry
tobuild f financial of fish Schlitz There Is one $10,000 fish In the per
jobs. It grows your Five Sharps 2 Presagers 2 tagged through Beck scored an eagle two on the
The values deter-
strength.At Pelicans 3 Rejects 1 wholesalers to the state agenciesfor zone. are
four 18th hole WednesdayJune
the same time, helps Uncle CPO's 3 Sky Warriors AU 1 scientific study.In mined by an Impartial drawing par 3.Pro.
Sam watch over our peace and Mixers 4 Sharks 0 addition, an extra Incentive duplicate tag numbers, entirely
Joe MacDonald and
from and unrelated to part-
security. this year will be an Old Milwaukee separate
ners Ron March Bob Chevico,
Why not give your savings dol- Conservation Award todoublethe the( tagging process.In .
and Tom Lux won the
lars this double assignment? Think In terms of U. S. Sav- usual value of 100 designated last year's Derby, Zone 4
blitz with under effort
You'll be joining millions of ings Bonds and you'll get much numbered tags which will be made sportsmen received $12,150 for an eight
American families who are Investing more than a "penny for your known (publicly as the fish are 390 Schlitz tagged fish. An over- Sat. June 5.
all statewide total of 1,389 tagged All golfers are urged to cooperate -
in their country's future- thoughts. One bond a month released.
and you'll probably feel pretty at $37.50, will bring back Also, because of Important research fish were caught during the 1964 and help to keep the soft
drink bottles off the and
y good about It. $50.00 a month at maturity. of uncaught tagged fish of Derby for $44,850 in awards. fairways
to place them In the racks
former Derbies, Schlitz has assigned Since the Derby was started In pro-
a Schlitz Conservation A- 1961 awards have totaled more vided.

Need for "R&R" ward value of $500 to a numberof than $250,000.
money ? these fish caught and return- Claimants of awards need onlyto
ed during the 1965 Derby All take their tagged fish to the SEE
fish tagged In previous years will nearest Schlitz wholesaler who
be worth a minimum of $25. can be identified by any beer WESTSIDEBEFORE
For the convenience of taggingand dealer, tackle shop, fishing camp
administration, the state has or boat operator. The specimens
been divided Into fourgeographical must be delivered with the tags
zones, with the statewide Intact. They are forwarded by BUYING A
Derby running In each zone for the wholesaler to the state agency
three months during periods to interested.
coincide as nearly as possible Schlitz wholesalers In Zone 4 NEW OR USED

I'Is with peak fishing seasons. are St. Johns Beverage Company,
North Florida Is In Zone 4. Gainesville; Neal Tyler& Sons,
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Calhoun, Clay, Columbia, Dixie, St. Johns Beverage Company, St. vwJacksonville's
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3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 Open Closed
Ask about. .ur evening hours H. Doyon:. Owner Phone 781-3373 Evenings Sundays



COLUMN LEFT Cecil FieldInvitational Wood OrphansNot Cecil Field

By Dove Colby Fair Game 1M Softball

One book that worft make the best seller list because it doesn't For Hunters StandingsStation
(read like a novel or contain the Intimacy of a biography Is Herter's Golf TourneyCecil
(catalog which carries the title "The Authentic World! Source for TALLAHASSEE -- Nature's

I Hunters, Fishermen, Guides, Gunsmith Tackle Makers, Forest yearly crop of babes Inthewoodsare .
Rangers, Commerlcal i Fishermen, Trappers, aid Explorers". Field's Thirteenth Anniversary cute, cuddly and often appear Weapons 10 3
But whether this large bit Invitational Tournament lost and forlorn. But they are A.M.F. 9 4
of advertising 514 pages In the while feeding.We will be held the last week- not fair game for adoption by Marines 8 4
1965 Issue makes the New also learn that George L. end of this month, and promisesto well-intentioned. Ill-informed Admin 6 6
York Times book list or not Herter has conspired with other be as big as last years, with "good Samaritans", the Florida Public Works 6 6
It ranks high on the readinglist authors to produce no fewer that the Pro-Am to be the first event Game and Fresh Water Fish Supply 3 9
of many of a sportsman. 16 books for sportsmen, all of on the schedule. Commission, said today. G. E.M.D. 0 12
Herter's markets items rang- which his name as either authoror June 25, 26 and 27 (Friday The Commission listed several Won playoff from AMD
ing from "Jackal" Tails and co-author. Herter book titles thru Sunday) are the official reasons for not touching young
Sacred African MookeyHair Include; "How to Get out of the dates for the tournament. wildlife.
fly tiers to Wine Yeast for the Rat Race", "George the HouseWife On June 25, competition will It Is illegal to posses any game Fleet
unique but the company goes Into and How to Diet and Never be among several teams, each animal"or bird or protected .VA-44 14 0
four and five paragraphs of detailed be Hungery" and: the "Profes- made up of one pro golfer and: animal or bird except under per- VF-11 11 3
efforts explaining why sional Guide's Mannual". three amateurs from the A, B, mit issued by the Commission. VF-174 9 4
these goods are such celibrated While on the subject of GuidesIt C and: D handicap classes. Young animals and birds are VA-45 8 5
items. These efforts are what might be wise to point out that The next two days will be tak- usually not lost. Their parentsare VFP-62 5 8
make the catalog Interesting most of this company's products en up with 36-holes of medal almost always nearby waiting VU-4 3 10
of endorsementon play. A total of 128 golfers VF-14 1 9
reading.As carry some type for you to go away.
an example let's look at them, usually that of an old, (maximum registration)'will be Young wildlife can take care of VA-12 0 14
some of Herter's facts concern- experienced woodsman. Thereare divided Into flights according to itself, IF you ]leave them alone. Won First Half
Ing split Bamboo Fly Rods. First endorsements from such individual handicaps. Little animals grow rapidly,
the company makes this state- prominate people as the late Handicaps for the medal play and can become both a problem .
ment; fishermen do not know Herbert Hoover, former. President will be entered on the registration and dangerous. F"HOT
the full story about good bamboo of the U.S. form and must be verifiedby
rods and good bamboo. The fin- There Is also a section on what the entrant's home Pro.
est bamboo Is "Arundrln- to do when the enemy attacks, or The Individual entry fee of$10.
aria Amabllis"; the wood growsin what to have In your home whena for the Individual and $24 team
25 mile In Asia. fee for the Pro-Am will Include
an oblong area bomb strikes.
We also learn there Is little of this Here ar a few additional greens fees and admission to the
available and facts refreshment and food buffet at DEAL"FOR
type bamboo today according to Herter's,
only a limited number of high that the sportsman might not the prize awards onSUndayeven-
quality rods are being made.It know If It wasn't for this cata- ing,June 27. THE HOT MONTHS AHEAD
seems that this 25 mile log: Awards will be presented by
wood patch Is located In Com- Experts agree that 75 per- Captain S. D. Wright, Commanding Fpdory Air Condition with 24 months or 24,000
munist China and Herter's refuses cent of the ducks that won't decoy Officer of Cecil Field, who Is miles wprranty which ever occurs lit from dpi* of
to do business with the flare away because of unnatural the official host for the event. sal*. Cool down now&pay later$20.00 down, 20.80
Reds. All of Herter's bamboo The tournament Is open to the per mo nib.IORTH.
rods are made In England and: decoys.An archer shooting right general public, and entry blanksare
are produced from bamboo that hand will hold the bow In his available at golf courses and FLORIDA MOTOR!
was secred before the Reds ]left hand arddraw the strlngwIth country clubs throughout the
60S Riverside 356-4212
took-over the China Mainland.So :. his right hand.: area.
Further Information may be 2 LOCATIONS: 3919 Philips Hwy. 398-1631
now the fisherman knows a One peck of Earthworm
little more about the relationship Pulp, approximately two pounds, obtained by contacting Pro
Roscoe O'Neal the Cecil Field
between Chinese Bambooand will house 200 to 250 "Night- at
Golf Course.
the fly rod, thanks to Her- crawlers".
ter's. Other facts are scattered Herter's Imported Nor?
through out the catalog. Game wegian Warer Devil will catch Gilds Permit
Records, claimed by Herter'sare Rainbow Trout, Walleyed Pike,
nearly as strange as some of Bass, Sea Trout, Sllber Salmon, Reduced To V
Ripley's Bellve It or Not Facts.. Crappies, Stripped Ocean Bass,
For Instance there Is a pic- Sea Bass, Sea Perch, Groupers, For Hunting
ture one of many of Jacques and: Snappers. Youngsters will be able to hunt C
Hener with worlds arch- And and and for 514 v
Jr. the on, on, on for half price on Florida's wildlife -
ery record for a male ostrich.He pages. management areas thisyear. .
bagged the record bird, the book I would guess that it pays to The regular five dollar public
tells us, when the ostrich camea advertise, even If you don't make hunt permit, required of all who l

little too close to the archer the best seller list.. hunt"on.< has been reduced to two dollars
Raiders Travel'After To NAS Sanford"old and fifty cents for hunters under "3 h't'

the age of fifteen.till'ill. .
two weeks of being Idle, Man Weather" had a different -
the Cecil Field Raiders will Idea. These two games :
travel to Sanford, Fla. on Fri- will be made up at a later date.
day for a double-header with Due to the shuffling of the
Southern Division of the Fla/Ga 4
NAS.The Interservice League, the Raid- 3WINSATSEBRING .
Raiders opened their sea- ers had an open date last week- "Why Grandmother what
son on May 21, against Mayport, end big
and split a two game set. The Following the games In San-
following week they were sche- ford, they will return to Cecil interest you get on savings at

duled to play at Mayport but for a four weekend horr- stand. 1st.and 2nd.In class 1965





the Heart of Cedar Hills GRAND PRIX MOTORS Monday thru Thursday: 10:00: AM til 3:00: PM

4846 Phillips Highway Friday: 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM

3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771- 01 70 Phone 398-6971 Phone Extensibns 8272 or 8273


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JUNE 196
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License Office IQZ1 (( ; \\1\:'(\

Offers All Fla.
1, The official rules of base- -: "":;" :

Permits TogetherTALLAHASSEE ball allowed only what form of
t r ,ti pitching prior to 1883 I
Florida 2. What Is the highest batting A

'j sportsmen may killseveralbirds ,, : average ever recorded by
with one stone when they purchase a New York Yankee?
their 1965-66 fishing licenses 3. In 1964 the Chicago White

which goes on sale June 15. For ,. Sox won and losthow many games
the first time sportsmenmay obtain dw In extra innings?
fishing license hunting 4. How many All-Star games
license and public hunt permits i. .' did Stan "The Man" Musial playin
with on trip to the license office. r. # while a member of the St.
Something new In the way of Louis Cardinals?
licenses a combination huntingand
fishing license to available Answers
for the first time this year. The
I combination license, should be an HER NAME IS CIGI Each year 'JmJ- uu4J. ,'
I::' added convenience for the sports the Cannes Film Festival attract sSojuu rax?uj saureS xjs 0
, men as It will allow statewide many lovely starlets to the French 1sol: pus 21 UOM xos auj 'Seee
.. hunting and fishing with one Riviera and Gigl Vidal It one of Z6I OJ s.LU U actlS 'Z'pueglapuf
I; license. the pretty sights gracing the beach '[ CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER

.. When obtaining licenses and this .rear. BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP

public hunt permits sportsmen 1-1341 OR SP 1.6601Volkswagon
also of the
\ may pick up copies
't 1965-66 hunting and fishing regu- PAT'S

lations as well as copies of TAILOR SHOP t WEBB'SLAUNDRY Sole

f regulations : maps. SPECIAL From $997 up

Is the first time hunting and wild- WIDE MARINE t & 64 VW SEDAN, RAH, WSW, Red with beige interior
i life management area regulationshave 64 VW SEDAN, RAH WSW, White with red interior
been available prior to CHEVRONS DRY CLEANERS 63 VW SEDAN, RAH. WSW, Black with red interior
September.All SEWN 63 VW SEDAN RAH WSW, Beige with red interior
hunting and: fishing licensesare $1.00 ON t 63 VW Sunroof, RAH WSW, Beige with red interior
sold by the various County SHIRTS & WHITE UNI. 62 VW SEDAN, R&H, WSW, White with red interior
Judges or
UNIFORMSTHE t 65 MUSTANG ...... . . . . . $2595
license agents. new licenses
are valid from July 1 through ACROSS RAILROAD FROM V-8, Auto. trans., R&H, WSW, Solid blue with blue interior.
of the NAS.YUKON 64 IMPALA SPORT COUPE..... . . . r $2995
June 30 following year. ONLY STAR
t and license and MACHINE' Brass Hat, PS, PB, R&H WSW, V-8, Auto. trans., Fact. Air
Hunting fishing IN TOWNPAT'S .
.. public hunt permit fees are as and Many many more extras.
follows 64 CORVAIR COUPE .... . . . . $1595
Resident statewide combina- ONE FRIEND Straight stick R&H, WSW, solid silver with red interior
tion hunting and: fishing...$10.50 NEXT TO WEBB'S TELLS extra extra sharp.
Resident statewide hunting 64 CORVAIR.DELUXE... . . . . $1595

. . . 7.50 4 dr., auto/trans./ R&H, solid red matching int., WSW,
j Resident statewide fish- 10.000 ad. miles.

ing . . . 3.00 64 PONTIAC BONN. . .. . . . . $3195
Resident county hunting..2.00 Sport coupe, R&H, auto/trans., V-8, power steer & brakes,
Resident hunting other than I 1I factory air, light green with black int.

home county . . 4.50 64 BARRACUDA ... . . . . .$2495
Public Hunt Permit. 5.00 Sport coupe, auto/trans., V-8, R&H, solid blue WSW, still
Public Hunt Permit for children l in new car warranty.

under 15. ., . 2.50 64 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN .... . . . .$2695
... 4 Dr., HT, V-8, Auto/trans., PS, Fact. Air Extra nice, 2 to

64 BEL-AIR WAGON . .. . . . .$2595
". Auto/trans., V-8, power steer., R&H, factory air, still in new
car warranty.

YOUNG V-8, Auto/trans.. PS, R&H, Factory air condition, lightbeige

63 IMPALA SUPER SPORT COUPE..... . . $2295
Auto/trans., V-8, PS. PB. Electric windows,R&H, Factory air
You can insure your car witha condition WSW, Ivory over black with black interior.

company that meets the 63 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN. .. . . . $2195
D.O.D. DIRECTIVE in your Auto/trans., V-8, PS., R&H, WSW factory air condition

state and you get these Ivory over turquoise, all original.
BIG advantages: 63 MONZA COUPE ..... . . . . $1495
e 4 speed trans., R&H, solid maroon Red int., WSW.

COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE 62 FORD WAGON....... . . . . $1195
COVERAGE w2I& 6 cyl., standard shift, heater, solid blue, WSW, extra clean.

: 4 62 CHEVY II WAGON ..... . . . . .$1395
: IMMEDIATE PROTECTION 3 1/2 miles of high bluff waterfront along Santa Fe RiverAN Nova Series, standard shift,6 cyl.,R&H,all original, yellow
: 61 PONTIAC ..... . . . . . $1595
I COUNTRY.WIDE/ WHILE BUILDING RETIREMENT SECURITY Starchief, 4 dr., Ht., R&H, PS, PB, Auto/trans., V-8, solid
CLAIM SERVICE Your own family week-end white with maroon interior.
t -- place on thebanks of the lovely 61 GREENBRIAR WAGON .... . . . $1395
-" --- Santa Fe River at prices & 3 seats Straight stick, Radio, 2 tone Ivory & Green. WSW.

CONVENIENTPARENT terms any Navy family or 61 IMPALA SPORT COUPE..... . . . $1395
; PLANS v, 1tn.anal working man can afford I II Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, Ivory over turquoise, WSW.

I 100 x 200 Lots as low. 60 OLDSMOBILE WAGON. ...... . . . $1395
w I as $1,000 I I Super 88, Auto/trans., V-8, PS., PB., R&H, factory air con-

RATES AND INFORMATION All........ ,........,.few.....we dition, solid white, red interior extra extra clean.
from JockionviMo........... In.....,..oiyHoirrol
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to com ..4 ,.. for <.v. "!<....t?by lotOWMf Mon- Fri'. 8'30' a.m. 'til 9:00: p.m.
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Office: Write: r" .

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Telephone: 355.8424 Box 642 .pr.I'&c.'t.pr.n.+.k.nUib. FOR SERVICEMENr

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