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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 17, 1965
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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NAVALIRtATION
VOL. 23 NO. 14 U.S. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JUNE 17, 1965




ComFairJax Presidential StatementIn tla a b 4, { -


a recent address to the Cabinet, President Johnson made the
Exceeds GoalIn following statement.

"I want to make one thing unmistakably and Indelibly clear to

every Department every Agency, every office and every employeeof .
NR DriveFinal the Government of the United States.

The Federal service must never be either the active or passive
Navy Relief Society campaign ally of any who flout the Constitution of the United States.

figures show that the Com- Regional custom, local tradition, personal prejudice or predilection -
Far r J ax Navy Relief drive once are no excuses, no Justification, no defense In this regard.
again went over Its goal with a Where there Is an office or an officer of this Government, there

total of $50,806.14. must be equal treatment, equal respect, equal service -- and equal z
A final breakdown shows that support for all American citizens, regardless of race, or sex, 4 .
NAS Glynco and Its tenant commands or region, or religion. :;
contributed a total of$5, Public service Is a public trust. I would call upon every Federal .l. '.
884.50 while NAS Sanford, Including civilian employee to remember that he bears a high and solemn trustto *
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CRAW-1 gave $5,322.56 to the Constitution under which he serves. If all about him neighbors '""u i u _. 2
the drive. NAS Cecil Field and friends, fellow townsmen, even family falter or fail in respectfor VADM. PAUL RAMSEY (center) presides over the Navy Air'{Board .
tenant commands, IncludingCFAD the Constitutional rights of others, the public servant In the ser- meeting at NAS Jax this week. i.1

gave Navy Relief $7, vice of his country has a duty to protect, defend and uphold those
433.50. rights by word and deed.
The Naval AirStationJackson- The Federal service asks no conformity -- no uniformity of thought 15 Flag Officers Here

ville contributed $17,695.58 to and no unanimity of vote. But where Constitutional rights are con-
Navy Relief coffers. ComFairJax cerned, the country can ask no more -- and accept no less than
turned In $2,742.00 while uncompromising devotion to the Constitution itself. For Air Board Meeting
FAW-11 came up with $3,499.50. I am asking the heads of each Department and Agency to communicate -
Individual clubs contributed to the this to every office and officer, whatever their rank of I
tune of $200.00 from Officers position, of the Federal service and to take all appropriate mea- The Navy Air Board, consisting of 15 Navy and Marine Corps
Flag Officers opened Its final session at NAS Jax.
Wives Club and $20.00 from the sures to assure full compliance with the sptrifof the law that governsand today
The board convened at 8:00
Tuesday a.m.
NAS Jax Judo Club. NARK con- guards us all." .
I The Air Board meets once or
while
tributed 1219.00 NATTC
twice each year to discuss the
chipped $5,922.00 and the Naval
of naval air
development policies
Hospital gave $1,367.50. and the solutions of problems
NAS To
Navy Relief officials have Employ
that may have arisen since the
(Continued on Page 2)) last board meeting.

50 To During the Jacksonville meeting -
Teenagers the Air Board remained In .... f
ServicemanOf session all dayTuesday and Wed-
nesday. The Board expects to ..
Do Summer WorkThe
The Month complete its work by noon to-
day. During the sessions Air
Navy Complex in Jacksonville Board members heard experts

Named At NASDavid will put about 50 youngsters deliver presentations on a
between the ages of 16 variety of subjects concerning
and 21 on Its payrolls within Navy and Marine Corps aviation.
H. Watkins, PN2,of the the next week as part of President -
Manpower Control Section of the Johnson's Youth Oppor- r s 3 Heading the list of attending,

Military Personnel Office has tunities Program. The Presi- dignitaries Is Vice Admiral PaulH.
been selected] as NAS Jax"Serviceman dent's campaign Is designed to Ramsey, Deputy Chief of Naval
of the Month" for May. provide summer employment In Operations for Air, and Chair-
Watkins was presented the a- Federal agencies for one young man of the Air Board. Arriv-
ward June 11, by Cdr. L. A.Men- ster for every' 100 employees ing Monday afternoon were Vice-
ard, Executive Officer. He also within the specific agency. Admiral PaulD. Stroop, Com-
received a $50 check from the Some of the various govern- mander Naval Air Forces
station Recreation Fund and ment agencies In Jacksonville CANADIANS arrive at NAS Jax in the RCAF Argus aircraft, theU. Pacific and Vice-Admiral
both he and his family will be the have already completedtheir S. Navy's counterpart of the P3A Orion. The squadron is hosted Alexander S. Heyward, Jr.,Chief )
of the USO for trip to VP45.VP.45. .... -,
a by
guests hiring, while the Navy and of Naval Air Training.

St. Augustine.As others hope to complete their Also attending are Major Gen-
assistant to the Chief in hiring within the next week. State Host RCAF Crews eral A. R. Kler, Commanding
of the
Charge Manpower Office,
county and city departments have General Air Fleet Marine Force
Watkins was cited for his dutiesas
also been solicited
to cooperatein Pacific Major General Louis
primary overseer of a card this program.The Participating In MinibexA B. Robertshaw; USMC Assistant
file of 1500 enlisted personnel
program is designed to Chief of Naval Operations forMa-
attached to NAS Jax plus several aid the young people whose edu- four plane detachment of the their counterpart of the Navy's rine Aviation; Rear Admiral

(Continued on Page 2)) cational requirements and family 405 Squadron,RoyalCanadlan ASW Patrol Squadrons. The Argus Allen M. Shinn, Chief, Bureau.
Income warrant this help. In Force is presently operating out aircraft is slower and heavierby of Naval WeaponsMajor; General
the Navy complex, no military of NAS Jax. 15 tons than the P3A. George S. Bowman, Jr., Com-
dependents or dependents of civilians The squadron is being hosted Normally cruising at 180 knots, manding General Second Marine
working for the Navy will by VP-45. the Argus can stay arlbome up to Air Wing; Rear Admiral RalphL.
be employed. The RAF Squadron is com- 24 hours whereas the P3A Shlfley. Vice Chief Naval Ma-
Applications for these summer manded by Squadron Leader C. endurance is approximately 16 terial; Rear Admiral James 0.
Jobs, which will last until Sep- Hazlett. They are here for June hours.In Cobb, Deputy Chief Naval Per-
tember, are now being acceptedat 12 until June 23 to participate In contrast to the VP-45 flight sonnel; and Rear Admiral Tur-
the Florida State Employ- Minibex 265. crews; the Argus: crew of 15 ner F. Caldwell, Deputy Director -
ment Service. Most of the Job The detachment consists of 155 Is made up primarily of offi- Anti-submarine Warfare
openings with the Navy are blue- men, 80 officers and 75 NOG'S cers. The crew consists of 13 Program. +c -
.; ,;. collar billets although there area and enlisted men to support and officers and two flight engineerswho
,,,' <(11i "' limited amount of clerical open- fly their four Argus aircraft. are senior NACO's.For Host for the meeting was Rear .j i '
:y j'l.L. ',. ings available. A $1.25 hourly The Argus Is the Canadian some of the Canadian air- Admiral Robert Goldthwalte] "
"tt:, \' wage will be paid to all those counterpart of the P3A Orion and man this is their second trip to Commander Fleet Air, Jackson-

WATKINS ,accepted: for employments .the RCAF ,Maritime Patrol Is the Jacksonville arcs. ,ville.] .
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O"EA I 1950... .:r vnt: l''I+; ,: ;er.: l w:,S': Chaplain's/ MessageBy

w irk; art
Chaplain Grubbs
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SUNDAY Your speech Is a direct Insight to your personal character, We
8:00 a.m. Service of Holy can generally guess the section of the country a person Is from
Communion his manner of speech and certain colloquialisms in use In certainareas.

..!.. .,..t'f-:: : ';"11 9:30 a.m. Service of Divine Often these are general characteristics and we use them to
of
\" formulate a first impression a person.

-=-.. : t".r"f.: Worship 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for One of the worse habits a man can have is one of bad speech. The
:;' 3 through 16. Bldg. 722 use of profanity tends to leave the impression that the person USing

,, .,..-...,:...."-:":.-..d' ages 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine curse words, profanity, and vulgar phrases Is of low character and
-- Worship uneducated. This Is not completely true as many well educated

6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship people curse freely and use profanity out of habit rather than by
nature, and as If it were going out of style as well as the unedu
cated. Profanity can become such a bad habit that a person does
WECNESDAY not realize how course and vulgar he may sound to another.

L 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal Profanity becomes a crutch and a substitute In expressing ideas
'
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L Some use It to sound tough or "salty" The individual may feel'his
..r., 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal words or authority are made stronger by the use of vulgarity
/'i. and profanity. I have seen perfectly beautiful women become ugly
.401'f". \Io-.,", 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, the moment they spoke by their poor choice of words, men are not
,l.: Also on all Holy Days much different, some I could hold In high esteem and' respect
Catholic Services at St. Ed- except for the foul dirty language used to express themselves. If
11'r ward's Chapel NATTC and Naval a person finds It necessary to use profanity in expressing they are
.: :: Hospital really showing a weakness of character. If a person has something
J,..f\. worthwhile saying it Is worthwhile saying in a manner acceptableIn
SUNDAY MASS all society.One .

Y 6:30: a.m U. S, Naval Hospital of the commandments says "Thou shalt not take the name
+
w a Lti, 41 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. of the Lord thy God In vain." How often In the course of one day
Edward's Chapel do you find yourself violating this one commandment?
Our language is full of worthwhile words of expression. Why is
EditorialU.S. DAILY MASS It necessary to use words that not only weaken our status in the
11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel eyes of others, but also destroys our character as well
The writer of the book of the
James compares tongue with the
ROK Frontier Guards MONDAY & TUESDAY helm of a ship:

4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC "Behold also the ships which though they be so great,

Keep Alert Eye On NorthFifteen and are driven of fierce winds, yet they are turned about
FRIDAY with a very small helm whitersoever the governor listeth.
12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital Even so the tongue is a little member, and boasteth great
years ago citizens of the United States were reading and things. Behold, how great a matter o little fire klndleth.
talking about the Brink's robbery, the arrest of Robert A. Vogler ona SATURDAY And the tongue is a fire a world of Inlgulty: so is the
spying charge and Great Britain's recognition of Communist China 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY tongue among our members, that it defileth the whole body,
when a news story flashed around the world, Sunday, June 25, 1950, and setteth on fire the course of nature; and it is set on
that more than 60,000 North Korean troops had invaded the Republicof fire of hell"

Korea. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before Watch what you say, words can destroy the soul eternally.
Two days later, President Harry S. Truman ordered General of the Masses
Army Douglas MacArthur to aid South Korea and the U.S. Seventh Fleetto Catechism Classes:Grade School

protect Formosa (Taiwan) against possible aggression keep the NAVY RELIEF FUND Airborne Radar Unit
Chinese Nationalist forces from attacking the mainland. SATURDAY

Thus, the United States was committed to overcoming an act of aggression 10:00 a.m, All Saints' Activi- (Continued From Page 1)) Concludes
against the free world. The conflict lasted three years, two ties building 722 OperationsOn
months and one day with a demarcation line drawn at the 38th parallel termed the drive an"overwhelming -
During this period of time some 5,764,000 members of the U.S. armed TrafficViolations success." Rear Admiral Robert DEW Line DutyNAS
t forces served the cause for freedom with casualties totaling 157,530.By Goldthwaite, Commander
the end of the Korean War more than 600,000 South Korean homes Fleet Air, Jacksonville, has Barber's Point Hawaii
were destroyed leaving some 2,500,000 persons homeless. This was The following is a report of Issued the following statementto AFPS) The western extensionof
part of the price the Korean people paid to live in a free country. motor vehicle accidents and traf- Jax Air News: "This most the Defense Early Warning
After the truce agreement was signed July 27, 1953 at Panmunjom, fic violations for the period June gratifying sum collected in our (DEW) Line, a track that northto ex
the people of South Korea rebuilt their homes,cities and villages. They 7 through June 14. recent Navy Relief CampaignwfU tends from Midway Island
re-established a democratic government, Improved their agriculturaland allow our Jacksonville Auxiliary the Aleutian Islands, came to
Industrial methods and now live In a free land that U.S. and allied Number of AccidentsThis Chapter of the Navy Relief Society an end this spring.
forces helped to rid of communist aggression.Since Week June 7 through June to continue the excellent After seven years of shipboard

the cessation of hostilities the United States has kept a watchful 14 . . . . 9 program they have established surveillance and 245,000 hours the
eye on North Korea. There have been a few incidents, but the uneasy Total Accidents this year through to help the members of our Navy of airborne radar coverage,

truce has remained In effect. June 14, 1965 . . 112 and Marine Corps family in timesof Barrier Forces Pacific, warning of
Even today U.S. and RCK forces stand watch over the 2 1/2 mile Number of Accidents through need. the North American continent

buffer zone at the 38th parallel to stop any renewal of communist aggression June 1964 .... . 124 "The overwhelming success of approaching enemy bombers,
that might endanger free Korea again. Total number of days since last the Navy Relief Campaign would ceased operations.

not have been The decreasing threat of manned
achieved
injury in motor vehicle acci- withoutthe

dent . . . 158 splendid cooperation of all enemy bombers and sophistication

I Buy U.S. Savings Bonds I IJA.X Number of ViolationsThis hands In the, both COMFAIRJAX military and command.civilian, brought about of detection the disestablishment systems

Week . . 46 "I am deeply grateful for the of the barrier. last
Speeding . . . 3 outstanding manner In which,this At the termination of the
Reckless Driving . . 0 drive was conducted, and wish to flight by Captain H. Scott Young of
Going Through Stop Sign. ,1 thank once again the people con- Jr., USN, commanding officer Bar
Other Violations . . 42 tributing their time, effort, and the Airborne Early Warning
AI'Ft NEWSThe Thirty-four drivers appeared money to the Navy Relief Society. rier Squadron, the operational
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat schedule of the Navy's largest
the meeting held on June 15. SERVICEMAN OF MONTH squadron came to an end. The
Disposition of the destroyer escort radar picket
cases Include
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper the following: thirteen lost driv- (Continued From Page 1)) ships that held the station along
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, ing and parking privileges aboard tenant commands. the barrier have been assignedto
He
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a the station f for various periods tains a status board also main- new duties.
private firm. All Copy submitted 'for use in the JAX AIR seven were assigned to completean ; enlisted listing all Men of the barrier now look
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office' eight-hour course In remedial pay grade personnel within by rate and back on a history that boasts
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before driving instructions at NATTC These duties each division. over 58 million nautical mileSof
; are of
publication. News items are welcomed 'for all sources- one was assigned to complete primary importance flight the equivalent of 2,
a as they bear
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. six-hour course In remedial assignment and directly on 327 flights around the world.
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries driving at Jacksonville Police of personnel proper distribution Flight crews have tallied a total
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing Academy; thirteen received suspended command. throughout the of over 5.7 million flight man-
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida penalties; three were In hours.
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. given summarizing the nomina- Not this history
warnings; seven were dismissed tion once during
LCdr. A. A. Nowak
who
is plane
; three were fined; and! his division has an operational barrier
VOL 23 NO. 14 JUNE 17 1965 officer, described the last
six were referred to commandIng Watkins been lost at sea and
officers for possible disciplinary as a "quite,hardworking 196,000 hours have been unblemished -
-
young sailor who Is aircraft
a credit of
action.
to his office and service". by any type
accident.



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V.8 Engine Base
Make Wheelbase Overall Cubic Inch Monthly Difference I
Length Displacement| payments Per Month
CHRYSLER NEWPORT 124' 218.2383 $65.67 -
FORD GALAXIE 500 119 210.0 289 58.94 $6.73
CHEVROLET IMPALA 119 213.1 283 58.94 6.73
OLDS F-85 CUTLASS 115 204.3 330 59.26 6.41
BUICK SPECIAL SKYLARK 115 203.4 300 58.65 7.02
BASIS OF COMPARISON-All models are 2-door hardtops equipped with V-8 engine,automatic trans
mission steering,power brakes,radio and heater.Monthly payments have been computed onmanufacturers'
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I.I KEEP FREEDOM IN YOUR FUTUREI Ihas





Payroll Savings Bond Plan Savings Bond CampaignIs



Effortless, Regular To Start Here Monday




I: Do you want to save? Do yeu. have some goal that requires putting money aside The 1965 savings Bond Campaign will be launched at the Naval Air Station, JaCkson-I

each month? vine, and Cecil Field on June 21st.
The drive
I If this Is what you wish. Trea- .to get all
sury Department officials say cans to participate in the Sav-

that the Payroll Savings Bond ACCUMULATED VALUE OF PAYROLL SAVINGS ings Bond program has as a

b Plan will put you squarely on the theme "The Star Spangled SayIngs
road to accomplishing your I AND YOU WILL HAVE I AND YOU WilL HAVE SAVE: AND YOU WILL HAVE Plan." The drive will end
dream. In the SAVE SAVE in 7 Years EACH in in in 7 Years July 2nd Similar campaigns
Participating plan, EACH I In in I. in 7 Years EACH in in Month are
5 Years 6 9
they say, is taking action to assure WEEK 3 Years 5 Years &9 Months 2 WEEKS 3 Years 5 Years 6 9 Months MONTH 3 Years being conducted at the directionof

that you will have the things the Secretary of the Navy in
you want. $ 2.50 $ 405 S 703 $1..150 $ 3.75 S 303 $ 525 S 863 $ 6.25 S 233 $ 403 $ 661 naval commands on world-wide

In addition, Savings Bond officials 3.75 607 1,055 1,728 6.25 506 877 1,441 7.50 280 484 794 basis.

point out thatPayrollSavings 5.00 810 1,408 2,304 7.50 608 1,052 1,728 12.50 466 807 1,323 Treasury Department officials

Is convenient. Once a cardis 6.25 1,013 1,759 2,882 12.50 1,013 1,754 2,883 18.75 701 1,214 1.991 point out that the savings bond

signed, saving Is automaticfor 7.50 1,215 2,112 3,458 15.00 1.216 2,105 3,459 25.00 934 1,617 2,652 is a bulwark of financial stabi-

as long as you like. 12.50 2,026 3.520 5,766 18.75 1,521 2,633 4,327 37.50 1,402 2,428 3,981 lity and is one of the Treasury'smost

Payroll Savings is effortless. 18.75 3,040 5,282 8,651 37.50 3,042 5,267 8,654 75.00 2.805 4,856 7,963 important tools in manag-
Your saving Is done for you. ing the public debt.

You never miss money you never SAVINGS BONDS Officials point out that a Sav-
KEEP FREEDOM IN YOUR FUTURE WITH U. S.
Bond has
ings Campaign impor-
see.Payroll Savings is regular. ISHee" croiNi: O-7Ot-" tant goals: To start familieson

Every payday you're putting the path of regular saving -
something aside toward the pur- Bond Questions which means a better future for
chase of a Bond. And it's regularity Answers To Savings them. To lay the groundworkfor

of savings more than buying power in the years
anything else that builds up the How do Series "E" Savings ?) 3 it not? ahead which will benefit the

kind of money that buys the big Bonds rate as an Investment? i V/ Answer: AU E Bonds now carrya community. And, most vital of

things in your future. How do they measure up when -4Wi-: 10 year automatic extension all, to contribute to the total
Payroll Savings is sure and rated for safety, liquidity, yield, i privilege. And those issued between economic and military strength
safe. Backed by the Govern- taxation, or market fluctuation? May 1941 and May 1949 with which our country can meet
ment, Savings Bonds guaranteethat Since 1941 tens of millions of } t"tyM,, r have been granted a second extension tomorrow's challenges.

you'll always get back what Americans have bought billions of making them 30-year Buying Bonds is a good idea
put in, plus Interest that addsto bonds This relieves the bother
you dollars worth of these bonds on for everyone. Our futures depend -
the cash value every six the payroll plan and have learned and expense of reinvesting. on a strong, free Americain

months. that this systematic method of which to realize our dreams,
Payroll Savings gives you confidence saving was both successful and Question: Are there any tax So it's a good idea to help assure:;

Regular, dependable effortless. But having saved and advantages? our freedom to enjoy the thingswe
saving gives you peace of mind, bought, what kind of investmentdid Answer: Yes While interest Is save for. Bond buyers put

makes life a lot happier. they get? Millions of others, subject to Federal income tax, their money to work for America

with $500, $1,000 or $10,000 to the reporting of E Bond Interest and for themselves.The .
WE CANFINANCE invest, also bought E. Bonds.Did may be deferred until the bonds Series E Bond is the kind

ANYONE they make a good investment? are cashed or reach final ma- bought through the payroll

GUARANTEED GOOD USED Let us examine some of these turity. This means the owner can Savings Plan. It is purchasedat
CARS WITII $50. DOWN questions: choose to cash his bonds and report 75> of its face value and

SEE US FIRST Question: Are Savings Bonds the Interest Inyears of lower accrues interest at 3 3/4%/ un
BEFORE YOU BUY. safe? income.
til and nine
t maturity seven years
SUNSHINESTATE Answer: They are backed by the months later.
MOTORS full faith and credit of the U.S. THE HISTORIC Concord Minute- Question: That would make E The U.S. Savings Bond Program

Government and are as safe as man, the widely known symbolof 1 Bonds a good retirement instru- was launched 24 years ago
2 LOCATIONS America itself. In a recent sur- the Spirit of the 1775 American ment, then?
of the
and has become one greatest
2253 388-1564 BLANDING BLVD vey, thousands of buyers rated volunteer, has been used as Answer: By all means. Incomeis voluntary savings programsin

7406 N. MAIN ST. safety as the most Important the emblem of the U.S. Savings usually lower in retirement our history. Since the pro
quality of Savings Bonds. Bond Program since 1941. The years. And with the added bene- bil
768-1583 started than two
Minuteman is being honored in fit of double exemption after age gram more Bonds
lion individual
Savings
Question: What about liquidity? 1965 through "The Star Spang- 65, tax liability on E Bond interest -
FAtE DIALS Answer: Series E Bonds can be led Savings Plan," this year's could be greatly reducedor have been purchased; saving
some $184 billion in the process
Bond Campaign.see .
redeemed Savings
after
at anytime abrief even eliminated entirely under

These bonds have not been hoarded
THE NUMBER. two-month holding period. Thereare some circumstances. In the case
..
what they are worth. They however, nor did the Government
than
of
more 25,000 authorized a government his
employee,
banks and increase in dollar value every six expect them to be. As they
TERROR ANSWERS agents ( savings and retirement payments are not tax
loan associations months, and you know in advance able mature, they are being redeemed
) throughout until benefits
THE PHONE;, equal contri- thema
the nation ready to cash bonds exactly what that value will be. butions. by people who consider

upon proper identification.No advance Another safe and easy way to save up
option at retirement is
.. / 'Ah' notice is required on E Question: What is the yield? to exchange Series E Bonds for for specific goals, such as a
bonds. Answer: Series E Bonds are new home, a child's education.
Series H Bonds, using the accumulated
sold at a discount; for example, a new car, retirement income,

Question: Are these bonds sub- a $100 bond costs $75. Interest purchase price interest of the as H's part with of the the and for emergencies.
ject to market fluctuation? accures every six months and of During World War II more than
privilege further
E'
Answer: No, You never redeema adds to the cash value. At maturity Bond income deferring 27 million Americans regularly
Savings Bond for fewer dollars in 1 1 years and 9 months the final disposition tax of liability until Invested more than a half billion

than you invested. You don't have bond reaches face value. This Interest theH's.TheHBond dollars a month through the payroll
pays by check each
to refer to the market pages to provides an average rate to maturity six months. savings plan.
of 3 3/4<5tf compounded The purchasing power createdby

:jjemi-annually. the Bond brought, accumulated
f Question I Savings
: understand thereare -

I Question: Is it possible that also tax advantages when buy- of people and laterspentbymiilions has helped change
1118V. rate be lowered Ing bonds for college education?
might ? the face of America In the past
K Answer: Not after the bond has Answer: That's true. For example two decades. Millions of prudent
been issued. The bond is a long- parents can buy E Bonds Americans have found their
a SEE PAGE 16 AND term contract and the U.S.Tres- registered in the child's name-- Savings
purchased
YOU'LL KNOW WHY! sury guarantees the rate to ma- either alone or with one of the Bonds regularly Invaluable In emergenciesor
turity. It's possible the Interest parents as a beneficiary. At the
r, end of the first for future needs.
return be of bond
RIVERSIDECHEVROLET might Increased on out year poW
purchase, a Federal Bonds officials
standing bonds, as was done In Income tax Savings in tw
t. 1959. But i It cannot be decreased. return Is filed In the child's name, out that when you enroll '
JOAN CRAWFORD 3)anything
listing the increase In bond value program, you are not giving back

FLORIDA CEDAR HILLS Question: The maturity date as income to the child. When this You always gel od

... .... . has been extended in some cases, be totals due.less than $600, no tax will every Interest.cent you put In plus go




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"Swim and stay fit" serves as save your life and
.the mono of the American Red emergency.
Cross Swimming Program. Because .
swimming is recognized Anyone interested
of the finest and classes can register
as one most OLDS 88
beneficial exercises, the Red American Red Cross
Cross offers free rector's Office, Bldg.
swimming Charles Phillips at -.. ... FOUR-DOOR
classes to anyone wishing to learn
to swim or desiring to improve pool for either tIJ SEDAN
swimming or to join
their present skills.
Another motto that might be swimming their way
appropriate is "swim and stay fitness.Or .
safe," as every day tragedy perhaps you're
strikes in the water due to the donate a little time .
lack of swimming ability. To out of the water In e
assist in this Red qualified Instructors
preventing the .
with all those items
luxury :
Cross teaches eleven different more children to
swimming courses that not only please contact the AUTO. TRANS. TINTED GLASS O POWER
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STUDENT r.c.ivM sword. Frank
DuPont High School receives the Navy League Award, a ROOevelt."r,1
typewriter, from Refer Kir ill, Florida Stat. President and
Director of the Navy Leagu.'or hit published artid.
the January press conference' of R.ar Admiral Georg. ,
Chief of Naval Air Reserve Training Unit. Watching the I
held at NARTU are the boy's proud par.ntsMr. & Mrs. I
worth and Capt. Charles W. Pitfcnan, Jr., Commanding
NARTU. r

Florida Congressman Seek Bills


Medical Student Scholars


Florida Congressman Charles Bennett said he has
E. Bennett, has called for federal his bills from the
scholarships for medical students tal Association the
to help fill the ever grow- Osteopathic :
ing need for doctors to serve the American Optometrlc
nation's population."As tion.
a member of the House
Armed Services Committee I St. Johns m off with a
have witnessed how this national
problem of inadequate medical Condemned
schools and not having enough UNION LOAN
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doctors affects cur national defense ToWater .
l mission" Congressman
Bennett told the Subcommittee on The Medical bills stack up higher than the
Public Health and Welfare of the NAS Jax has stated you can us* some Cr.dit Union help.
House Committee of Interstate Johns River !Is up and things look dark, stop In and
suggested that there t loan.
1 and Foreign Commerce.
of contact with
body
Bennett also told the Committee -
1 that he had Introduced bills such as swimming, INTEREST RATES BORROWERS INSURANCE
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to establish an Armed Services Ing or wading. Boating
Is authorized.
Medical School and to provide
of the
The
pollution
j scholarships to medical and den
caused by raw sew
tal students who would serve in
the armed services for a periodof dumped Into the river / Fedezae
time after they.complete their ports is properly have stated strained.that g
t education. These measures would
. Air Station Is not
help to eliminate the "doctor'sdraft"
and are now pending in pollution.
have been
; the Armed Services Commettee. Ing Signs the heavily / fiN/ON
; "It is essential that medical
schools accept talented young The best executive
: people from every level of income who has sense enough
statuS" Bennett said. good men to do what CECIL FIELD
"This is not the case now. The done and BLDG. 26
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I 1W-4 Searches For Anna USNH Celebrates Hobby Shop Offers Repair Shop I


First '65 Tropical- StormThe 67th AnniversaryAt For NAS Amateur MechanicsFrom

amorous crews of VW-4 prospective hurricanes. The Air Acey DuceyMembers
have been jilted For the past Force has a similar squadron engine tune-up to com- brake job, and a welding shop.
six days, the crews have flown which flies from Ramey AFB, of the plete overhaul or Just tinkeringwith This equipment is operated by
Hospital
to the Gulf of Mexico waiting Puerto Rico. More recently, Navy the car, "do-it-yourself" three full time personnel and five
the Naval
Corps at U.S. Hospital
and watching in breathless anticipation the silent constant eye of the will celebrate their mechanics will find the facilities part-time assistants.
for their first female Tiros weather satellite has aided sixty-seventh and equipment they need at the Personnel wishing to work on
with Birth-
anniversary today a
companion of the year. But, the cause of storm spotting and day Ball at the NAS Jax Acey NAS Jax Automotive Repair Shop their cars at the shop are issued
Anna was nowhere to be found. surveillance.The Club. located at Bldg.] 896D. fifteen day passes and are required -
Being the fickle lady that she is, weather satellite has has Ducey The semi-formal dinner dance The shop has two grease-racks to work on their car each
Anna has decided to delay her become a valuable asset to the will feature the music of theMark for such tasks as changing oil, day during that time. It is possible -
debut. weather bureau since it can Castle Combo. doing a lube job or any other to have the pass renewed
Anna has been chosen'as the photograph cloud covers far off Cake-cutting ceremonies will work. If, however, the work if the 15 days should not prove
name of the first tropical storm from the shipping lanes. Before climax the festivitieswith requires that the engine be pulled sufficient, but all cars must be
evening's
.
for the 1965 hurricane season. the space satellite, the weather Act- from the car, three overhaul insured according to base regu-
G.
Captain W Lawson
The low pressure area in the Gulf bureau had to rely on informa- ing Commanding Officer of the stalls are equipped with the pulleys lations.
of Mexico Is watched closely tion relayed by ships at sea. the
being Naval Hospital doing the honors. and heavy equipment for such Although auto shop com-
by the Navy from the radar The low pressure system under! Master Chief Hospital Corps- a task. A steam jenny suppliesthe prises Just 3 small part of the
of VW-4 the world-re- investigation now is not expectedto facilities the
scopes man B.H. Sparks, senior enlisted steam necessary cleaning Hobby Shop at present -
nowned "Hurricane Hunters." develop into hurricane-force man on duty at the hospital will the whole engine and parts. plans are underway to tear
The first the Gulf storm but the unexpected is for the old
flight to present a brief.history of the All tools needed automo- down hobby shop building
made VW-4 last commonplace with Mother Nature available well and the for
area was by which is tive repair are as use space auto-
Hospital Corps steepedin
the of the Hurricane and Hurricanes, thus VW-4 drum lathe .
-
Friday at request tradition heroism and devotion as a valve grinder, motive repair.Awards
Center in Miami. They watches to get on the spot information for turning down drums on a
have flown a total of five flightsto of the intensification to duty. ReceivedBy
the primary disturbance area prospects of the disturbance.

which metoerologlsts call a Civil Service
"suspicious area." Horse sense, naturally, dwellsin
VW-4 is not alone in the dangerous a stable mind. -- News-Jnl
task of monitoring (North Manchester, Ind). Personnel At HAS
A 'w9 I
During a recent ceremony Captain -

AUTO SERVICE CENTER M7 J. A. Helgel presented a-
F wards several of
.. i to employees
r the Public Works Department.
MUFFLERS SHOCKS Mr. Thomas E. Young who is

All FrtfProduct r COMIT assigned to the Transportation
_____ MERCURY
Division received a monetary
Eictpt. LliKola r / $9.80 award as a result of his beneficial -
a T aile
r LINCOLN suggestion concerning Improved -

$14.20 MI.93 I and safety.warehouse New tractors aircraft which towing -

have been received have automa-
FACTORY AIR CONDITIONING\ \ \ tic transmissions which are inclined -

24 Month or 24,000 Mile pr to "creep" when the en-
WARRANTY $20 Down $20 ;: : gine is started unless brakes are
applied. Mr. Young suggestedthat
a lever-actuated switch be
NORTH FLORIDA installed on the holding brake In

h s such a manner as prevent Ignition -
of the fuel unless the hold-
605 RIVERSIDE AVE. Ing brake In such a manner as
Eugene Hunter, Aviation Ordnanceman Airman. Missile Division, to prevent ignition of the fuel
killed the above rattlesnake while working in the magazine area. unless the holding brake is in the
The snake measured sixty-six inches, and carried eleven rattles anda on position. This effectively reduces -
SUMMER SIZZLER button. Hunter said this was the first one he has killed in Florida, the hazard to personnel
but that he had plenty of them to his credit in Allendale, S. C., and aircraft by insuring that the
his hometown. operator has the equipment under
0NATION'S control while starting the trac-

tor.During the same ceremony
Inlet Marina
Captain Heigel also presented anchor -
lapel pins and certificatesto
STUDIO AND BOATYARD employees Harry B. Greene
MERCURY SALES & SERVICE l Lawrence A. Howard and David
BOATSMOTORSTRAILERSWet Johnson in recognition of their
completion of 20 years of Federal

,. ::t ( .. & Dry Storage Marine Ways service.
BEAUTIFUL i 1;? 8 Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET .

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GROUPS $1.00 PER EXTRA I j
PERSON I ,.qlY': CARWASH sssisialls.


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I qf Vu Ask Us' PATRON Five Host Sigonella- Students I


The Navy Is constantly em- Ens. C. H. McDaniel My Sigonella, Sicily -- Patrol
phazlng the Importance of Lead- Interpretation of good leadership Squadron FIVE, presently deployed
ership. What do you consider as Is best defined I at NAF Sigonella, Sicily,
qualifies of a good leader? In my understanding had as their guests Wednesday,
D.H. Johnson, JiM A cood. of the I a May 12, 300 students and teach-
leader must? 1 word sIn- '' ers from Adrano Elementary
know his job. He I yf School Adrano The F
A cerity.. A sincere r Sicily. group
must know the Individualmust was officially welcomed by Cdr.
complete pic- have atrue'understanding I J.T. Kosnik,Commanding Officer
ture and honestly ol of VP-5. The children, ages 6-11.
do his best for fairness. One McDaniel spent the morning touring the .\ 9
his men. must be firm yet fair to the squadron's antisubmarine air-
C. L. Nelson extend that decisions show con- craft and observing takeoffs and
Jr., HM. The Johnson sistency rather than lack of landings of the various aircraftat
basic quality of a good leader is thoughtfulness. Above all, the NAF Sigonella. The group was
first to be a good a -'""'' ,;. sincere Individual will stand with sponsored by Father Navarrai,
follower. With \ : .: his men when the occasion calls one of the NAF Sigonella chap-
this In one's ,' for assistance.14Doy. lains. ,
:: PATRON Five has hosted *
background he r; ". b
Cruise three while t
or she will de. a groups previously
velope the necessary serving: as PATRON Sigonella.

attributes .' '._, For Sea Cadets

leadership.of goou Nelson Hosted By NARTU CI&E Offers

W. Giles,
a good NARTU Jax Is hosting four Help On
should set fErJil3"-fJ' units of the Navy league CDR J. T. KOSNIK, Commanding Officer VP-S, welcomes a groupof
example 1 Sea Cadets on their annual sponsored 14- Aug. ExamNew Sicily students I and teachers from Adrano Elementary School, Adrano,

men and I day training cruise, which began
be able to June 13. The 50 young men
Crows
are being sewedon
orders as well In from
ranging age 15 to 17 every month under the new
as give them, i converged on the local unit program, and the next examina-
J.A. Bruimer, late
Giles I Sunday evening. tion Is Just around the corner In VISITCLAUDE
DC2 I feel that During the two-week cruise .
a good leader should set a good these men will participate in a August.If
you are getting tired of
example be neat wide of
range Navy events. Besides -
taking exam after exam and fail
and clean In his tM .
a good physical
programof NOLAN
ing everyone, can definately
habits and treat you
athletics, they will learn sea-
do about
:!'f. something it.
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his men as he ::;; manship, leadership, basic avia-
would like to be (1!: tion, fire fighting, and will attenda For one easy lesson In "How PQNTAC! & CAPILLAQtN
treated himself.. f' To Pass Exam"
one-day cruise aboard the car- an contact your
R.G. Armand ", ,.(\t rier Roosevelt at Mayport. C&E office. They will be happyto ;;; ;;
SA In my estimation *" Guided by a well-picked staffof furnish the extra study ma- -' Ibte&W'
a good Brunner Naval Air Reservists, and Sea terial that could make the dif-
leader is one who shows a high Cadet officials, there will be SeaCadets ference between passing or fail- suisMMM !

example toward[ from Jacksonville,Pen- 'HQ
those under him sacola, and Miami, Fla., and Ing.No matter how closed a ratingis
by knowning his Charleston S.C. The senior staff
a couple hours of study each
men well. He Is member Is Cmdr.John L.Briggs,
night could help you answer those
nonprejudicial a partner in the law firm of Mad-
found
questions you most difficulton
and hon i sen and Briggs of Jax. Cmdr.
est In his deal- Briggs attends weekend drills past exams.

Ings withothers. with NARTU's Air WIngStaff74.The Seeing your name on the promotion
J.N. Swecker Arm and Sea Cadet Program Is a list, sewing onyourcrow,
YN2 -High moral ttindlng.Practice program In which young men get and enjoying the prestigue of a
what you a good look at Navy life, and pre- higher rate will make it well
preach. Discipline !- 4 :'b pares the Sea Cadet for his futureas worth your while. This is a
under- "} (n a citizen. good time to get started. A
standing and re* f", ':;
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spect s u bordi for your- t : ( :.r:

nates ideas and : BONDSCHIEF
shipmate.Moore faith In. YWI' Swecker [

BM3 A good leader
should know hU p- t .t .
job and the per r. 1
sonnel he leads. < ,
He must be willing "!
and able todc I : CAMPBELL'SRLANDING

anything he requires TENNECO
of others.He .
.
must set SERVICE STATION103rd
himself up as an Moore
example in all respects to those AND BLANDING "Why Grandmother what big
he will lead. Offers
interest you get on savings at
Those instant, justaddwatermixes Gas To Military Personnel And

have ended an era.The girl All Government Employees
so modern she cooked with a can
opener is now old-fashioned. -- FOR LESSAT ?
Times.
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SUNDAYS: carry Top Quality Products Delco Batteries, Firestone US NAS FACILITY OFFICE
tires, Quaker State Oil.
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WHILE TV CAMERAS record the event and crowds push closer,
Gov. Haydon Burns welcomes Majors White and McDiviH to A-I
PART OF THE CROWD of almost 8,000, visitors who turned out to AIRCRAFT CARRIER USS WASP waits at dockside with space twins E! P-L; J terra firma" and makes the astronautshonorarycitizens of Duval
welcome the astronauts wait behind the Navy Mayport banner still onboard. County. USED CARS
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Cecil Field OWC r


Holds Ceremonies


For New Officers tW! ;( Ai,7



By Liz Arneth

: ir' .M Members of the Cecil Field 'cox
T. Officers Wives Club held their iE : i
installation tea at the BOQ last
r Friday, June L The wives of r TLi2: T
Fighter Squadron One Seventy- f ; __

Aviation Machinist Mate H. E. Miller, NAMTG Instructor, Four were hostesses and also New officials for the Cecil Field Officers' Wives Club were in
explains the techniques of a J-57 jet engine, type used in the F8 supplied the hors d'oeuvre and the stalled last Friday. Elected to lead the club for the coming year
"Crusader, to students from the St. Johns Day School. delicious dainties. were ((1 I r) Mrs. R. Woodbury, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs.P. .
.. The theme of the luncheon was R. Arneth, President; and Mrs. R. Frosio,Vice-President. Missing!)
pink and silver, beautifully accented from photo: Mrs. C. J. Brown, Treasurer and Mrs. C. Jones, Recording
by the silver tea serviceand Secretary. '

nated candelabra by the past which and were present do- Navy Wives Club No. 86 Honors

CFOWC board members rep-

resenting Mrs. B.the Nystrom club. outgoing Two Members In Ceremonies At NAS

president, was presented a silver
All officers tray for her outstanding leader- Navy Wives Club, Branch #86 Also honored at the party were
ship for the club year 196465.A honored two of their members Cdr. and Mrs. L. A. Menard who
during ceremonies held last Saturday received honorary membershipcards
friend who teaches the first June 12, at the clubhouse in the Navy Wives Club
grade asked her class, "What do aboard NAS Jax. #86. Other guests present Included -
and who elks have that no other animals Capt. and Mrs. Reginal
men have?" Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, Presi- Berry of the Naval Hospital and
dent of the club, presented Lt. and Mrs. E. Kevin Neilsen.
Little Bobbie answered, "Pa-
to Mrs. Thomas Bennett, awarded Mrs.
plaques Plaques were to
rades. -- Raymond C. Otto,
Vice President, for her work as Jackie Tedder and Robert Touch-
Christian Science Monitor.
need National Pin Chairman and to ton for helping members of Navy
money Mrs. Leon Conley, Parliamen- Wives Club Jax #86 with their
tarian, for her work as National auto tag sales, and toMrs.Gregg
SEEWESTSIDE Printing and Distribution Chair- Lucas for the Scrapbook Award
man. for 196465.
reportto

NAS Jax Chief Club Hires Females

BEFORE BUYING A I

CAT. NEW OR USED As Lifeguards- Due To Male Shortage-

The NAS. Jax CPO Club addeda guard at the CPO pool announced
feminine touch recently when that the Chiefs Club will sponsor
vwJacksonville's the club hired three vivacious a Novice Swimming meet July 3
young ladies to guard lives at the from 10:30 a.rn. to 2 p.m. for
swimming pool enlisted dependent children ages
The new lifeguards, Carol five through sixteen. Thecata-
Goodson 17, Am Ray 19, and gories will be free style, butter-
Newest Authorized Dealer Jeanne Pangle 18, are all qualified fly, back and breast stroke.
100% Mechanical senior Red Cross LifeSavers. Ribbons and trophies will be presented -
Warranty
to the first four top place
That's not an order, just good advice. At C.I.T. we're (includes
parts & labor) a V. Beck AOCM,senior life- winners In each catagory.
experts at dealing with your special money problems.Need 1960 VW Sedan $8951961'VW -- -, __ a _. 1!
a loan to pay bills?To travel? Money to meet Sedan $995 ,':'fj. ; ,*". '*,:d
personal problems or emergencies? You can find a C.I.T. 1962 VW Sedan $1195 :' ';'': > 'f

office just about anywhere you happen to be. We've got 1963 VW Sedan $1295 : {
over 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to coast. For your 1964 VW Sedan $1495
1964 VW Sunroof $1595
convenience, you may apply by mail or by phone.But ;" 1,"
we'd rather see you in person. We make more friends 1961 Ghia Conv. $1095 I :,',,' ;
1962 Ghia "
that way. Coupe $1495

1962 Std. Sta. Wag $1095 .
1962 Delux Sta. Wag $1395

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SPECIAL OF THE WEEK

LOANS TO $3000 1960 WI ,:\
SEDAN $695 L..;.
CASH YOU GET '
s
Monthly 38 30 24
-- 1963
FALCON
$1195 a
Payments
mos. mos. mos.
Auto/trans., R&H.1963MONZA .
$50 $1549.56 $1322.36 $1083.54 $1195

70 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96 Auto/trans.
1963 COMET $1195
100 .
2644.71 21679
4 dr., auto/trans., R&H.
120 2600.50 4
redlt} life.accident ar4 health insurance available on all loans.t low croup r.tes 58 MERC. $495 0 '
4 D. HT, PS, PB, Aulo/trans.,
V-8, less than 50,000 act
UNIVERSAL C.IT.CREDIT COMPANY


3312 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville miles.WESTSIDE I


em 7, Fla. The Friendly DealerVOLKSWAGEN ;1 : I

Phone: 398.1581 INC. __.J

1150 SO. LANE AVE. Three pretty good reasons (Ann Ray and Jeanne Pangle, upper
left and right, and Carol Goodson flanked by Marine Gy. Sgt.
384-3441 Bill Mardoi and C. V. Beck, AOCM) why more men swim in NAS'
CPO's pool than any other pool on the base.
Open Closed The three young ladies were hired as life guards after the club
Evenings Sundays found it impossible to get enough male volunteers. Beck and Mar-
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JUNE JAX AIR'NEWS-AFTERBURNER PAGE 11 'I J


MoviesMovies Club Schedules Ceramics Demo {(I

At Hobby Shop "f
.
will be shown regularly "0" CLUB Don't forget the Two representatives from local M llb

at 7 1 p.m. Monday through Luau Thursday featuring Johnny Ceramics Shops will present ,
| Saturday. Pineapple. Music on Friday will demonstrations this Sunday,June

NATTC will have two feature by provided by Sam Ross with 20, 2 p.m. at the NAS Jax Hobby Ads should b. mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, '
I times 2 p.m. and 7 1 p.m. on Sat- Johnny Jelinek on Saturday. For Shop, Bldg. 898. 4724 Clyd. Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
urdays and Sundays. The hospital the gourmet Tuesday's foreign Mrs. Kathy Rittenhouse of later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
will have one feature on Sun- dish will be Indonesian During Kathy's Studio School of Jack- arriving too late for this deadline will be published the
day's ,at 7 p.m. the summer a Patio Band will be sonville demonstrate the use following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
AU evening movies at Cecil featured every Wednesday along of the new air brushes recently check or money order 'for the full cost of the ad must be
Field start at 7 p.m. with the regular Fried Chicken purchased by the NAS Jax Rec- received WITH the copy for the ad.
These are subject to change, night. reation Division for the Ceram- DO NOT SEND CASH
CPO CLUB The Chiefs Club ics shop Also on the programIs RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .$2.00
Thursday, June 7 Is open for regular business In Mr. Ed Roberts of the Per additional line ((4 words p.r line}. .. .0.50

NAS Tennessee Jamboree Bldg. 593 and Is serving light Florida House of Ceramics
Jim Reeves, Webb Pierce lunches Phil Cay and the Chan- will lecture on the making of aster A usssssv -
NATTC Love the Italian Way tels will provide dancing music molds at home and proper use
Elke Sommer, Walter Chiari on Saturday night. Vern and Ted and care of molds. Both these FURN APT ORTEGA SECT FOR RENT 2 BDRM duplex
Hospital Atragon Japanesecast Duo on Wednesday.ACEY people are professionals In the fac river 15 min from NAS apts. New painted $60. & $65.
DUCEY Friday night art of ceramics so this should 1 adult only. $25 wk !incl utiL mo. water, sewerfc garbage furn.
Cecil Field The Earth Dies will star Phil Cay and the Channels prove to be a very Interesting and & phone 388-9886. Can 781-1723._

Screaming Wllllard Parker, with dancing music on Sat- Informative afternoon for the FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto HOME FOR SALE 1/2 niL ..
Virginia Field urday and Sunday provided by the hobby ceramist. NAS $100 down, $50 month. NAS, 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, A/C and
Mark Castle Combo. Tuesday Is Military personnel their dependents Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- newly painted Interior, low down I
Friday, June 18 Game Night with bingo starting at and guests are cordially 6144 with Powell Realty. BKR. payment EV 9-4137._
NAS Bullet for a adman 7:30 p.m. Invited to attend this demon-
.. Real Estate: Information on FOR SALE ORTEGA HILLS -
Audie Murphy, Ruta Lee BLUEJACKETS INN Carl stration. Light refreshmentswill sales, purchases equities rent- 3 BR HOUSE, Den, 1 1/2 BA,
and the
NATTC Tennessee Jamboree Boyd Rhythmn Kings will be served. For further Information Call
als or FHA VA homes near NAS Jax, low dwn paymnt,
Jim Reeves, Webb Pierce provide the entertainment for call Mr. H, C. Os- Walter T. Bowen,USN Rtd.Char- will pay closing cost 7241PIne-
Hospital Love the Italian Way- Thursday. A five piece dance burn at Ext. 8378 between the ter Real Estate Co. 387-6511 vWe Dr. 387-2428.
Elke Sommer, Walter Chlari band will play on Friday, with hours of 10 a.m. 6 p.m. or 387-2851 at night.JACKSONVILLE _
FOR SALE 2 A/C; 1 Heavy
Cecil Field Dear HeartGlenn Saturday featuring March Wil-
Ford Geraldine son and the Redcoats. Phil Cay SCHOOL OF duty 15,000 BTU, 1 14.500
Page and the Chantels will provide STOPAT REAL ESTATE Offers classes, BTU. Both 220 V. Both excellent -

Saturday, June 19 dancing music on Sunday Every Tu s. & Thurs. 7-10 P.M., 4 ] cond. Call ext. 605 NAS

NAS Quick Before It Melts Monday patrons can get 2 pizzasfor wks. to complete course prep. JAX.__r
George Maharis Robert Morse the price of 1 and Wednes- THIS SIGN for Fla. Real Estate exam, cost FOR SALE by owner; 3 B bR rick,
NATTC Bullet for a Badman day is bingo night. $35.00, for details call 384-4008, 2 DA, Fla RM, fenced back. Assume -
USO NOTES Special events 2738 Park St. VA loan; no dwn pymnt.
Audie Ruta Lee
Murphy
.. ...
Hospital TennesseeJamboreeJim this week Include a Co-Ed Party .... HOMES SALE RENT 771-6316 (conv NAS & Cecil).
Reeves Webb Pierce on Friday night. A Splash Party .t11, Some no dn, Many $0 $100 dn. FOR SALE: 1953 Jeepster R&H
Cecil Field AtragonJapanese will&e held Saturday at the Sandpiper !- ?., No closing costs. New homes., new tires split rims good coed
cast Pool which Is next to the ,. All the X-TRAS, Family Rm, 6 cyL 771-6312 6216 C1aretDr.
USO. Sunday Vespers will be at Fenced yd., built-in R/O. You
1961
Sunday, June 20 the Grace Chapel Parish. New 6q name It. TIMMERMAN RLTY. IMPALA SPORTCOUPE
members of the USO will be welcomed BRKR. 771-2792 and 771-186L 348 engine, four speed trans' '
NAS Hell to Eternity David mission, $1095 Phone EV 9-
Janssen, Jeffrey Hunter on Monday night VIRGINIA BEACH NORFOLK, 8764._

NATTC Quick Before It Melts- DAM-NECK OCEANA For buyIng APTS FOR RENT furn & un-

George Maharis Robert Morse renting, or property man- furn, 2 bdrm, Free water 5
Hospital Bullet for a Badman agement, call 428-7421 anytimefor miles to Cecil, $60. for detailsEV
Audie Murphy Ruta Lee Individual attention. Jeanne 9-8043.
Cecil Field Love the Italian PUTTACARAMATEUR S. Rice, Realtor ANCHOR _
RENT months
Way Elke Sommer, Walter TOURNAMENTJUNE REALTY Pacific at 30th, VIrginia summer only,
Chiari Beach. 4 BR, 2 BA, comp. (urn, Onega
WJNSATSEBRING 20th Hills 384-4690. _
Monday, June 21 10 Beautiful 1965 HELP WANTEDToppayfortwo "NEAR NAS" 110th St. Furn
1st. end 2nd.fa class 1965 Sharp Ladies Experienced In
modern nice
NAS new duplex x-tra ,
Get Yourself
a College MUSTANGS Operation of composition equip-
Phone
$75. 771-390L
Girl Mary Ann Mobley, Joan ment (Jus tow rite r. Verityper, _
AND STILL UNDER 36 Holes Low Score Local
O'Brien Etc) Fast typists with News- HOUSE FOR SALE3 BR, 213
NATTC Hell to EternityDavid 52000tlMABtALSPORJSCAS Ala.winners to compete go to Montgomery in Regional paper experience also qualify. pan den, A/C, w/w carp. Conv.
Janssen, Jeffrey Hunter Tournament. Transportation Call 359-4040 Mr. Holt, 10- to NAS & Cecil 6233 Arthur Durham -
Hospital Quick Before It Melts- furnished 12 A.M. week days. Dr.TWO ._
Maharis Robert Morse
George 1st PRIZE 1965 MUSTANGopen FURN APT DOWNTN Jax 3 6500 BTU air conditioners,
Cecil Field Tennessee Jamboree to men, women, children rms, best barg In city for couple. excellent, Call ext. 241 or 430,
Jim Reeves, Webb CONTACT CHUCK SMITH all wk
ages $12.50 pi utiL 388-9886. NAS.
Pierce ATJACKSONVILLE'S _
"3" SINGER "3"
PUTT PUTT FOR SALE 8 MM movie camera
EXCLUSIVE -
Tuesday, June 22 SEWING MACHINES $15. left
MG-AUSTIN HEALEY DEALER w/zoom telephoto lens, like new,
NAS Fool Killer Tony Per- GOLF COURSES In storage excel cond., $45.00 CaU Stewart NAS 8265.
kins, Edward Albert fully eke. does everything
NATTC Get Yourself a College GRAND PRIX MOTORS 4825 Blanding Blvd. complete with attachments yours SPARE TIME CASH I have 6
for the storage charges only$15. vending machines for sale real
Girl Mary Ann Mobley, Joan
O'Brien 4846 Phillips Highway PHONE 771-2803 Call 353-1946 anytime will cheap. Good part time job. Excellent ;: -

Hospital Hell to Eternity Phone 398-6971 "America's Fun Sport" deliver no obligations A-l SewIng return on small invest-
David Janssen, Jeffrey Hunter Machine Co. ment of less than $800. Call
Cecil Field Bullet for a Bad- BUILD ON YOUR OWN LOT, NO C. M. Stewart AK1 at 7812335.
man Audie Murphy Ruta Lee -"; 1 MONEY DOWN, FROM $49.50 a WASHING MACHINE BROKEN?

ERvEsT Hous Eli month 771-8697 OR 7718688. New machine? Used machine? Or
Wednesday, June 23 Longchamp Homes. let us repair your old one. Call
NAS World Without Sun Do- FIVE POINTS 2150 Park St. 264-6225.

NATTC cumentary- Fool Killer Tony rCA F ET ER IIJ% priv Apts.ent.Beautifully, Ldealloc.don.furnished, will apts ae-, FOR RENT: Garage apt. Avondale ;'

Perkins, Edward Albert : comodate 2 or 3 bachelors or section. Unfurn. $40. mo.

Hospital Get Yourself College %;"F business people. 3876010. 389-7449._

GirlMary Ann Mobley, Joan "WE LOVE FAMILIES FAMILIES LOVE us" TAKE UP PAYMNTS: 3 BR, FURN HOUSE FOR RENT 2 Br,

O'BrienCecil 1 1/2 BA, Ige corner tot fenced Ideal for couple, $75 mo. 781-
PHILIPS HIWAY PLAZA U.S. 1 South
Field Quick Before It
back dwn call
Melts George Maharis Ro- OPEN 11 TO 2:15 and 4:30 TO 8 after 5:00 yard.7812610.Nothing 0604 Avail July L

bert Morse
FOR SALE: Tavern Five Rm. UNFURN HOUSE FOR RENT:
FATHER DAY SPECIALSUN. house. Good Business By Owner 1666 Lanes Ave. S. 3 Br, 2 BA,
The shoe salesman had dragged JUNE 20th RA 5-9743 or 724-7288. 10503 pan den, w f/p. $150 m, 781-
out half of his stock to show the 0004
hard-to-please woman customer. featuring STEAK & ROAST BEEF Atlantic Blvd.
As she still seemed undecidedhe OPEN FOR INSPECTION 3 & 4 UNFURN HOUSE FOR RENT -
sighed, pulled up a stool and EVERY 50th MEAL FREE! BR, 2 1/2 B A, ALL BRICK,COM (old Ortega) 4031 Baltic St., -
said: "Do you mind if I rest a MUNITY POOL, $16,800 2 Br., 1 Ba. cottage, new kit
minute, lady? Your feet are killing Private Dining Facilities Available To Groups $27,500, 771-8688, 6039 LONG- equip, .Dr., garage. $85 avail-
me." CHAMP DRIVE. able June 15th. CH 6-7775.




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New OfficersBy

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Members of the Cecil Field a"d.1 -.J
Officers Wives Club held their I

a Installation tea at the BOQ last A S
l P Friday, June L The wives of 1:

a r Fighter Squadron One Seventy- nr., ':, A

Chief( Aviation Machinist Mate H. E. Miller, NAMTG Instructor, Four were thehorsd'oeuvreandthe hostesses and also New officials' 'for the Cecil Field Officers' Wives Club were in- 1
explains the techniques of' a J.57 jet engine, type used in the FB supplied stalled last Friday. Elected to lead the club 'for the coming year
Johns School. delicious dainties. were (I r) Mrs. R. Woodbury, Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. 1
"Crusader", to students 'from the St. Day
.. The theme of the luncheon was P. R. Arneth, President; and Mrs. R. Frosio,Vice-President. Missing
pink and silver, beautifully accented 'from photo: Mrs. C. J. Brown, Treasurer and Mrs. C. Jones, Re- J
by the sliver tea serviceand cording Secretary.

nated candelabra by the past, which and were present do- Navy Wives Club No. 86 Honors (

CFOWC board members rep-

resenting Mrs. B.the club.Nystrom, outgoing Two Members In Ceremonies At HAS

president, was presented sliver
for her outstanding leader- Navy Wives Club, Branch #86 Also honored at the party were ]
All officersand ship tray for the club year 196465.A honored two of their members Cdr. and Mrs. L. A. Menard who
during ceremonies held last Sat- received honorary membershipcards

friend who teaches the first urday, June 12, at the clubhouse In the Navy Wives Club ]
aboard NAS Jax. #86. Other guests present Included
grade asked her class, "What do
who elks have that no other animals Capt. and Mrs. Reglnal
men have?" Mrs. Wilbert Wagner, Presi- Berry of the Naval Hospital and I
dent of the club, presented Lt. and Mrs. E. Kevin Nellsen.
Little Bobble answered, "Pa-
plaques to Mrs. Thomas Bennett, Plaques were awarded to Mrs.
rades. -- Raymond C. Otto,
Vice President, for her work as Jackie Tedder and Robert Touch-
Christian Science Monitor.
need National Pin Chairman and to ton for helping] members of Navy
moneyreport Mrs. Leon Conley, Parliamen- Wives Club Jax #86 with their
tarian, for her work as National auto tag sales, and to Mrs.Gregg
SEEWESTSIDE Printing and Distribution Chair- Lucas for the Scrapbook Award

man. for 1964-65.


NAS Jax Chief Club Hires Females

BEFORE BUYING A

to e.I.T. NEW OR USED As Lifeguards Due To Male ShortageThe I

NAS, Jax CPO club addeda guard at the CPO pool announcedthat
feminine touch recently when the Chiefs Club will sponsora
vwJacksonville's the club hired three vivacious Novice Swimming meet July 3
young ladies to guard lives atthe from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. for
swimming pooL enlisted dependent children ages
The new lifeguards, Carol five through sixteen. The cata-
J Goodson 17, Ann Ray 19, and gories will be free style, butter-
Newest Authorized Dealer Jeanne Pangle 18, are all quali- fly, back and breast stroke.
fied senior Red Cross Life Sav- Ribbons and trophies will be presented -
Mechanical
100%
Warranty to the first four top place
That's not an order, just good advice. At CIT we're (includes parts & labor) ers.C.. V. Beck AOCM,senior life winners In each cttagory.

experts at dealing with your special money problems.Need 1960 VW Sedan $895 ,,"
a loan to pay bills? To travel? Money to meet 1961'VW Sedan $995 ; ; !:"i'

personal problems or emergencies? You can find a C.I.T. 1962 VW Sedan $1195 !

office just about anywhere you happen to be. We've got 1963 VW Sedan $1295 r-r"i': !
1964 VW Sedan $1495 'J
over 400 C.I.T. offices from coast to coast. For your
1964 VW Sunroof' $1595
convenience, you may apply by mail or by phone.But t : 3\ ,
;
we'd rather see you in person. We make more friends 1961 Ghib Conv. $1095 t I F'
1962 Ghia
Coupe $1495
that
way. )

1962 Std. Sta. Wag $1095 \ ,
1962D.luxSta.Wog $1395

bta
SPECIAL OF THE WEEK
-
LOANS TO $3000 1960 VWSEDAN .
$695 .
CASH YOU GET ,
/
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Monthly 38 30 24 1963
--- FALCON $1195
Payments mos mos. mos.
Auto/trans., R&H.1963MONZA 6
$50 $1549.56 $1322.36 $1083.54 $1195

10 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96 Auto/trans. f
1963 COMET $1195
100 2644.71 2161.19 4 dr., auto/trans., R&H. b

120 2600.50 .
redlt life.accident Ird health insurance aVlllable on all loans at low group rates 58 MERC. $495 k ,4a 1Raa,
4 D. HT, PS, PB, Auto/trans., -& '
V-8, less than 50,000 act id
UNIVERSAL C.I.T. CREDIT COMPANYIJ


miles.WESTSIDE
3312 Beach Blvd.Jacksonville .
1 Mw 6
7, Fla. ': ',
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The Friendly DealerVOLKSWAGEN ,iii 4"<-;1'? ,;; '
Phone: 398.1581 INC. S __tor _._,...1

1150 SO. LANE AVE. Three pretty good reasons (Ann Ray and Jeanne Panale., upper
left .a.ndjnflnf' and Carol l Goodson flanked by Marine Gy. Sgt.
384-3441 Bill Mardos and C. V. Beck, AOCM) why more men swim in NAS'
CPO's pool than any other pool on the base.
Open Closed The three young ladies were hired as life guards after the club
Evenings Sundays found it impossible to get enough male volunteers. Beck and Mar-
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JAX NEWS-ARERBUJINER i PAGE J I. ,


MoviesMovies Club Schedules Ceramics DemoAt



will be shown regularly Luau"O" CLUB Don't forget the Hobby representatives ShopTwo from local ..' -. .. ii-Dm; .

at 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday featuring Johnny Ceramics Shops will present
Saturday. Pineapple. Music on Friday will demonstrations this Sunday,June
NATTC will have two feature by provided by Sam Ross with 20. 2 p.m. at the NAS Jax Hobby Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat- Johnny Jellnek on Saturday. For Shop Bldg. 898. 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville Florida 32208 to arrive not
urdays and Sundays. The hospital the gourmet, Tuesday's foreign Mrs*. Kathy Rittenhouse of later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
will have one feature on Sun- dish will be Indonesian.! During Kathy's Studio School of Jack- arriving too late for this deadline will b. published the
day's ,at 7 p.m. the summer a Patio Band will be sonville will demonstrate the use following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
All evening movies at Cecil featured every Wednesday along of the new air brushes recently A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
Field stan at 7 p.m. with the regular Fried Chicken purchased by the NAS lax Rec- received WITH the copy for the ad.
These are subject to change. night reation Division for the Ceram- DO NOT SEND CASH
CPO CLUB The Chiefs ClubIs ics shop. Also on the programIs RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .$2.00
Thursday, June 7 open for regular business In Mr. Ed Roberts of the Per additional line ((4 words per line). .. 0.50

NAS Tennessee Jamboree Bldg. 593 and Is serving light Florida House of Ceramics,
Jim Reeves Webb Pierce lunches. Phil Cay and the Chancels will lecture on the making of -" -- t" asasaea -- assess -
will provide dancing music molds at home and
NATTC Love the Italian Way proper use
Elke Sommer, Walter Chiari on Saturday night. Vern am Ted and care of molds. Both these FURN APT ORTEGA SECT FOR RENT 2 BDRM duplex
Hospital Atragon Japanesecast Duo on Wednesday. people are professionals in the fac river, 15 min. from NAS apts. New painted $60. & $65.
ACEY DUCEY Friday night art of ceramics so this should 1 adult only. $25 wk Incl utiL mo. water, sewerfc garbage furn.

Cecil Field The Earth Dies will star Phil Cay and the Chancels prove to be a very interesting and & phone 388-9886. Call 7811723. '

Screaming Wllllard Parker, with dancing music on Sat- Informative afternoon for the FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto HOME FOR SALE 1/2 ml.
Virginia Field urday and Sunday provided by the hobby ceramist. NAS $100 down $50 month. HAS, 3 BR, 1 1/2 BA, A/C and
Mark Castle Combo. Tuesday Is Military personnel, their dependents Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- newly painted interior, low down
Friday, June 18 Game Night with bingostarting! at and guests are cordially 6144 with Powell Realty BKR. payment EV 9-4137.

NAS Bullet for a Badman 7:30 p.m. invited to attend this demon- Rtal Estate: Information on FOR SALE ORTEGA HILLS -

Audie Murphy, Ruta Lee BLUEJACKETS INN Carl stration. Light refreshments sales, purchases, equities, rent- 3 BR HOUSE, Den, 1 1/2 BA,
NATTC Tennessee Jamboree Boyd and the Rhythmn Kings will will be served. For further information als or FHA VA homes Call near NAS Jax, low dwn paymnt,
Jim Reeves, Webb Pierce provide the entertainment for call Mr. H. C. Os- Walter T, Bowen,USN Rtd.Charter will pay closing cost, 'l241P1 -
Hospital Love the Italian Way Thursday. A five piece dance burn at Ext. 8378 between the Real Estate Co. 3876511or vme Dr. 3872428.
Elke Sommer, Walter Chiari band will play on Friday, with hours of 10 a.m. 6 p.m. 387-2851 at night.JACKSONVILLE .
FOR SALE 2 A/C; 1 Heavy e
Saturday featuring March Wil-
Cecil Field Dear HeartGlenn SCHOOL OF 15,000 1 14,500
son and the Redcoats. Phil Cay duty BTU,
Ford, Geraldine Page and the Chantels will provide REAL ESTATE Offers classes, BTU. Both 220 V. Both excel-

Saturday, June 19 dancing music on Sunday. Every STOPAT Tu s. & Thurs. 7-10 P.M., 4 lent cond. Call ext. 605 NAS

2 wks. to complete course, prep. ,JAX..
Monday patrons can pizzasfor
get
( r
Before Melts
NAS Quick It -
Maharis Robert Morse the price of 1 and Wednes- THIS SIGNPUTT for Fla. Real Estate exam, cost FOR SALE by owner; 3BRbrtck,
George ,
day Is bingo night. $35.00, for details call 384-4008, 2 BA, Fla RM, fenced back. Assume -
NATTC Bullet for a Badman -
2738 Park SLHOMES
USO NOTES Special events VA loan; no dwn pymnt.
Audle Murphy, Ruta Lee
Hospital Tennessee amboree- this week Include a Co-Ed Party .... SALE RENT 771-6316 (conv NAS & Cecil).

Jim Reeves, Webb Pierce on Friday night. A Splash Party :>*," Some no do. Many $0 $100 dn. FOR SALE: 1953 Jeepster R&H.
Cecil Field AtragonJapanese will f be held Saturday at the Sand- No closing costs. New homes., new tires, split rims, good cond.
cast piper Pool which Is next to the All the X-TRAS, Family Rm, 6 cyL 771-6312 6216 ClaretDr.
USO. Sunday Vespers will be at Fenced yd., built-in R/0. You 1961 IMPALA SPORTCOUPE
Sunday, June 20 the Grace Chapel Parish. New name It. TIMMERMAN RLTY. '.
348 engine, four speed tray
members of the USO will be wel- BRKR. 771-2792 and 7711861.
NAS Hell to Eternity David mission, $1095, Phone EV'98764. -
Janssen, Jeffrey Hunter comed on Monday night. VIRGINIA BEACH, NORFOLK, .

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George Maharis,Robert Morse Ing, renting, or property man- Cum, 2 bdrm, Free water. 5
Hospital Bullet for a Badman agement, call 428-7421 anytimefor miles to Cecil $60. for detailsEV
Audie Murphy, Ruta Lee Individual attention. JeanneS. 9-8043.
Cecil Field Love the Italian -A-CAR Rice, Realtor, ANCHOR months
RENT -
summer only,
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Way ,
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Monday, June 21 10 Beautiful 1965 HELP WANTEDToppay for two "NEAR NAS" 110th St. Furn
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Mary Ann Mobley, Joan ment (Justowriter, Verityper,
O'Brien AND STILL UNDER 36 Holes Low Score Local Etc.) Fast typists with News- HOUSE FOR SALE -3 BR, 2 B

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Hospital Quick Before It Melts- furnished 12 A.M. week days. ham Dr.TWO .

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boree Jim Reeves, Webb CONTACT CHUCK SMITH ages $12.50 wk pi uttL 388-9886. NAS.

Pierce ATJACKSONVILLE'S "3" SINGER "3"
PUTT PUTT FOR SALE 8 MM movie camera
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Tuesday, June 22 EXCLUSIVE SEWING MACHINES $15. left
lens like
MG-AUSTIN HEALEY DEALER w/zoom telephoto new,
NAS Fool Killer Tony Per- GOLF COURSES In storage, excell. cond., $45.00 Can Stewart NAS 8265.
fully eke. does everything
kins, Edward Albert
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for the storage charges only$15. vending machines for sale real
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Machine Co. ment of less than $800. CallC.
David Janssen, Jeffrey Hunter
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man Audie Murphy, Ruta Lee I .. .' '.... -":.......'' 1\ MONEY DOWN, FROM $49.50 a WASHING MACHINE BROKEN?
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cumentary Apts. Beautifully furnished apts
NATTC Fool Killer Tony F EYE ft I.IJ prlv ent., Ideal location, will a .
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Perkins Edward Albert % 2 or 3 bachelors or
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U.S. 1 South
Cecil Field It PHILIPS HIWAY PLAZA
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and 4:30 8 July
2:15 TO
OPEN 11 TO
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Morse FOR SALE: Tavern Five Rm. UNFURN HOUSE FOR RENT:
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out half of his stock to show the Atlantic Blvd. QJ&L
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JAX MARINES .fIiI 4
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By GySgt. Joel Ferguson USMC
HAS Ext. 400
w vd
M CRUEL FACES What does the Aviation Electrician's School,
the Viet Cong think of Marines? Class "A." LCpL Lopez was (
The following document, taken commended at the mast for dis-

from a VC casualty in May, was playing exceptional Initiative, ,.
translated and forwarded to HQ- motivation, and a sincere desireto t
MC by Marine Forces operatingin learn during the 22-week

Viet Nam: schooL
M + "From: Chung Hoa ThuongTo CMC ON PAY The Comman-
: Mr. Tam dant of the Marine Corps, Gen.
Wallace M. Greene, Jr., appeared -
"Following the common situ QUEEN LCpl. Barbara M.Oak-
before the House Armed Ser-
ation in the Hoa Thong Hamlet ley, 1965 Queen of' the Navy
vices Committee last Wednesdayto
right now is very hard. Last Department.need .
M. times, the USMC have mop up present his views regarding
HAVING A GRAND TOUR Domian Neuffer, United Cerebral occupy all zones such as: Hoa proposed :legislation concerning for a pay Increase for all
Palsy National Potter Boy, visits the amphibious assault ship USS Whon, Phuoc Chau, Phuoc Glan, military pay. ranks In the Armed Forces.
Guadalcanal during a recent publicity tour. Lieutenant (junior Dong Blch, lIoi Hue. Their man- The following excerpts are taken Further we can be especially
grade) J. Livingston, a member Grotto, an organization which ners were too bad, they did not from Gen. Green's prepared encouraged by theproposaltoes-
aids cerebral.. 1 palsy. victims, shows Damian the ship's bridge. scare anywhere. If they want, statement before the Committee: tabllsh on a statutory basis, pro-
-- they come. They came to the village "As you may recall, I testi- cedures to conduct quadrennial
they search from outside to fied before this Committee In reviews of the entire Federal
inside the house, with the cruel March of this year in connec- pay structure and annual review
: faces. They told people to move tion with over-all Marine Corps and adjustment In the Intervening -
ar down and there stay. Don't stay matters. During those hearings, years."I .
here, the U.S. will destroy all and I emphasized to you the problems also strongly support the
they promise that they will pacify associated with our efforts to attract provision In the President's pay
the hamlets Hoa Phu and Hoa Thu- and retain personnel In the proposal which would provide a
ong, set up the Hing-an-Camp Marine Corps, and pointed "Variable Reenlistment Bonus"
The members of the council told out that one of the most Important to personnel holding critical
:k
y t" N t.,{ } people that all youths 16 years career Incentive factors was skills. This feature will do much
old have to go to the District to military compensation. I stated to alleviate the problem of retaining -
make the pass In order to pre- then, and reaffirm now, that "hard skills" In the Ma-
sent to the American when they existing scales of military pay rine Corps, as I discussed with
n s >s'sg come. As for population Is very and allowances are Inadequate you last March.
anxious, they are afraid of these and In need of early readjustment TRAINING OFFICER 2dLt.
Americans only because they to provide a more mean- Carl A. Chambliss, Jr.,graduateof
don't understand Vietnamese ingful remuneration for all ranks, A. L Wont High School In
language so that they shoot some and to Insure reasonable parity Jacksonville, the University of
time. with pay levels In the civilian Southwestern Louisiana and Ma-

"Population is afraid of their community. rine Corps Officers Basic School
cruel faces because they do not "The fact that a substantial at Quantico, Va., has been named
lbB scare anywhere they come anywhere percentage of my Marines are Operations and Training Officerfor
they like forced to seek off-duty employment the Marine Aviation Detach-
"I 11m responsible to talk to the to meet their minimum ment. Lt. Chambliss Is the son
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. villagers but It is not enough so financial obligations and to attain of Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Cham-

that I report to you and have you a reasonable standard of bliss of 1976 Lakewood Circle,
any good opinion>> In order to living was, and still Is, clear Jacksonville.THE .
fight these U.S. Marines." evidence of the need for a military MEN She stood on the

The letter was signed by Chung pay raise. dock at Marport last Thursday
on April 10, 1965. "I have reviewed the report morning with three small children
FIRST LCpL Guadatope Lopez of the President's Special Panel a boy and two girls. They
was awarded a Meritorious on Federal Salaries. It Is encouraging were waiting to see the astronauts. -
Mast last week for graduating for all Marines tonote About 28, with dark gold
first In a itlan of 34 todents at that the panel recognizes the hair and blue eyes that dancedin
"' ,. \ / \ the early sun, she observed
I the sailors lined up In white
splendor on the decks of the USS

9.1 yr Wasp.
4 "Look at them I," she ex-
claimed. "Oh my, just look at
diem I They are all so tanned
and hard. Thank goodness they
are not like those pale creatures
who sit around: expresso coffee
PATIO Y. shops quoting silly poetry all
fI day. They are not like those
B'BR : mama's boys who picket the White
K DURa {' .
House with
I cards mat say 'get
.
a .,
117/ out of Viet Nam.' Those are real
a I,, :. men up there on those decks.
a CP Just look at them, aren't they
BR 2 BR S La grand
MARINE QUEEN A U.S. Woman
-.- Marine Is the 1965 Queenof
the Navy Department
The newly chosen monarch Is
MODEL A-2 Lance Corporal BarbaraM.Oak-

You will notice covered front walk colonial shutters, richly 1 ley, of Columbus, Ohio, who was
paneled living room wall, dining area with its Old South ,: crowned at the Navy Depart-
lighting fixture; a 3 Bedroom, 1 1/2 Bath, model with the ment's Annual Ball held In WashIngton -
pride of yesteryear but the convenience of tomorrow.ElELL.A.IR. last month.

Queen Barbara began her

: : :: ascent to royalty In midAprilwhen
she entered the beauty con-

BOME: : :BTTIL3DH3R.S: I2STC.: ,. test with 41 other Headquarters
employees sponsored by Head-
GIFT above study of the Marine Corps' role In current world quarters Marine Corps Recrea-
You are cordially Invited to Inspect our homes at your convenience problems was published recently in the Los Angeles Times. It was tional Association.
, 10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. #21)) presented to the Marine Corps last week with best regards of car
toonist Paul F. Conrad.
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NAS Jax Intramural Swimming Tournament was held Tuesday,
June 8, at the In-Door Pool with the Overhaul and Repair Department

taking top honors. THE BEGINNING swimmers diveof for the water to begin the night
O&R collected 37 points to take first position with Willis White events at the IM Swimming Me rt at the Indoor pool.
leading the way. White scored a first in the 100 meter Freestylewith Iii ,
a time of 115.4 and George Hafner scored a second place In meter Backstroke with a time of FICEUR placed eighth with six /.t. ,
the 100 for C&R. They also took a fourth In the 50 meter Backstroke, 36.1, a first in the 150 Medley, points and the Recreation Division DR. JIM BORLAND,Hasp.,shows
a fourth In the 100 meter Freestyle, a fifth In the 50 meter Breast- time 219.5, and a first In the trailed In ninth position his stuff and takes top honoresin
stroke and a fifth In the 200 meter Relay. 50 meter Breaststroke with a with four points.We the Fancy Diving contest at
White also led O&R to a first time of 33.5. Koch also placed a cocktail the Swim Meet.
were attending a
position In the 50 meter Free- meter Medley with time of 3:07. third In the Fancy Diving with a when one of the
party guests
style with a time of 30 secondsflat 8 and 3362.: Dick Hicks tooka score of 127.10. turned to her husband and remarked The Influence of television Is
and he took a second in the fifth position in the 100 meter VW-4 drew a fifth position with severely, "Eddie, don't everywhere. No matter how we
150 meter Medley. Freestyle with a time of 126.7 18 points taking a sixth In the 100 dare take another drink I disguise left-overs at meals,our
Hospital pushed In at a close and Joe Perkins and Ed Bolten meter Freestyle, a fourth In the you Your face Is already getting too grandchildren call them "re-
second with 35 points. Dr. Jim placed third and sixth in the 50 50 meter Backstroke, a third In blurred." runs"
Borland took Hospital's only first meter Freestyle. Their times the 200 meter Relay and a fifth In Catholic Digest Farm JnL t
with a score of 223.80 In the Fancy were 31,1 and 33.6 respectively.Tony diving.
Diving. Jim Rothmeyer place Koch proved to be the outstanding E.W. Cooper placed second in MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE SPECIALISTS
second In the 50 meter Breast- swimmer of the day as the 50 meter Freestyle leaving
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Relay team place second in the place trophies and scoring all of 14 points. ALL AGES RANKS DRIVING RECORDS
200 meter Freestyle Relay with a VP-30's points, which was 25, Patrol Squadron 45 placed sev- SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS SR 22's FILEDMcDOUGALL'S
time of 2186.: Harry Fair also placing the team In fourth posi- enth with 10 points w Ith J Im Coy le

grabbed a second spot In the 50 tion.Koch scoring a second In Fancy Diving INSURANCE
meter Backstroke with a time of took a first in the 50 with a score of 217.90. AGENCY, INC.

40.2. The only third position tak-
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third place In this Intramuralevent :
with 27 points. ,
Their only first position was
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200 meter Relay with a time of JACKSONVILLE TRAILER MART'SMoeNne
2:15.7. e xK
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RONALD JONES accepts the first! place team trophy for the Over-
haul and Repair Department from Ens. John Evans, Asst. Special
Services Officer, at the IM Swim Meet.
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IMPORTANT NOTICE!. -

TONY KOCH, VP-30, tokes first
place in the 50 meter Breast-
stroke and takes one of his three simca 1000
trophies in the IM Swim Meet. WHY L



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VW-4 Marines VP-30 Weapons NAS JaxBowling I 1M Mustang Club Pit Vipers And

,
,
ResultsThe Corals Flu's


FICUER Comm Win IM Ball Games results of the Intramural Sponsers Hare Deadly, Snakes

bowling at NAS Jax for the weekof

Eight out of nineteen games were played In Intramural Softball June 7-10 are as follows: 'H Hound RallyThe TALLAHASSEE -- You don't

at NAS Jax this past week. The IM Swimming Meet canceled all Needlers 3 Nolarolas 1 have to be snake charmer to enJoy -

games on the night of Tuesday June 8, and Florida's liquid sun- AEWRON "A" 3 Cannon Mustang Club of Jacksonville Florida's outdoor activity.On .

shine cancelled all games on Thursday night June 10. Cockers 1 Is sponsoring a Hare and the other hand you should

On June 7, however, VW-4 Eagles 4 Griffons 0 Hound Rally, Sunday, June 20th. not be terrified by the thought

rapped Dispensary with a score VAP-62 destroyed Weapons Play Boys 3 NeptUnes 1 The Rally will start at Phillips that every snake Is poisonous

of 13-2. Tom Covington was the with a score of 16-0 with J.Shad- Chiefs 3 ComStore 5 1 Highway Plaza and registration and that every snake bite means

winning pitcher. VW-4 also won burn pitching. L. K. Hash Lilly's 4 AOMD #2 0 will be from Ifc30 a.m. to 12:30 certain death. For the most part

their second weekly game with connected for a homer with one Electrons 3 Guessers 1 p.m. Entry fee will be $2 and outdoor lovers will enjoy plea-

Admin, downing them 176.Cov- man on and K. Barnes homered Flag Staffs 4 Darters 0 the first car will leave at 1 p.m. sant outings. A few, however,

Ington was again the winning with two men on.Communications. Cloak & Daggers 2 Metros 2 The Rally will end at a picnicarea will experience some unpleasant

pitcher with Tom Pastorlous dropped Doctors 3 Riggers 1 and everyone Is urged to encounters with a poisonous

smacking a grand slam homer. FICEUR 4-2 with J. D. Jackson Cutters 2 PIzzans 2 bring a lunch and swimming suit. snake.

Dispensary l lost their second on the moon:!. Warner was the Poll Grips 4 Anchors 0 A Hair 'N Hound Rally is an According to the Game and

game to the Marines by a score loosing pitcher.AFPS Supply 3 Cursors 1 exciting event. One car starts Fresh Water Fish Commission,
of 185. a R. Nixon was the Avlons 3 BB Stackers 1 the show, he is the Hare. The every person should be well

winning pitcher giving up four Sports Thunderheads 4 Trailer Sail- Hare will leave the starting point versed in information pertainingto

hits. Home Runs were hit byE. ors 0 about 30 minutes ahead of the snakes, their habits, identi-

J. Williams In the third Inn- Torch Pots 3 Vultures 1 other cars. He will mark a trail fication, habitats, and the first

Ing with loaded bases. J. Wolpe Special Sky WarrIors"B" 2 Spoilers 2 using lime bags and it is up to aid method for treating snake

connected In the fourth with two Mix Masters 3 Army AFES 1 the other cars, the Hounds, to
New York (AFPS--The long Kingpins 4 Tipplers 0 follow this trail to the finish bite.There
men on and R. L. Nelson tallied baseball bears are two types of poisonous -
In the second with loaded bases. season but annually the Air Frames 3 Spartans 1 line.The snakes In Florida. The pit
many surprises, biggest AEWRON"B" 3 Airmen 1 Hare Is suppose to mark
Admin also lost their second 1965 could wouldbe vipers which includes the
surprise bring Lucky 7 2 NCO's 2 the road course at inter-
witha every
game of the week to VP-30 If both major didn't diamondback rattlesnake, pigmy
leagues Protrons 3 Marines 1 section where there is a direction -
score of 12-1. Weapons dropped have their best races rattlesnake, canebrake rattle-
FAETU with a score of 8-3 and In pennant Five Sharps 4 AOMD #10 change. He marks a spota snake, cottonmouth moccasin and

FICEUR shut out VAP-62 witha Based years. 1964 results and the Rejects 3 Warriors 1 quarter of mile before the the copperhead. The other typeIs
on
Presagers 3 Sky Warrlors"B" 1CEO's intersection, again at the inter-
I 3-0 victory. best available Information from represented In Florida by the
4 Mixers 0 section and once again a quar-
coral
Little the wintertime "hot lea- snake.
stove
Supply Dept.
Sidewinders 4 Paymasters ter of mile after the intersection -
The best advice for the
rec-
t$ Team gue, everything points to just ###2 0 to Indicate which directionhe
League Wins that---tight four or five-team reationist Is to try to avoid all

15 Straight GamesThe scrambles In the American and! Jax Navy Splits At went.a four lane intersection, snakes, If possible. The snakes
National Leagues. The reason: directions themselves will try to avoid hu-
there is three possible
Supply Department's' Little each circuit has achieved an exciting mans. They will strike usually
the
League team, with a miraculous balance. Double Header logo., he If the has Hounds to turn pick around wrong and only when they are surprised or

15-0 win-loss record continues And all this as an encore to way cornered. By carefully observing
the other this
dominate With Robins AFBThe go way, keeps up the terrain the recreationistcan
to play in the Little last year's struggles,which were until he picks up the trail ,
League Minor Division. This anything but dull I In the AL, It The winner is determined by guard against an accidental en-
ball team with Its hustle and outstanding took the Yankees much longer Jax Navy Varsity Softball counter.
the which Is
ball playing, coupled than usual jo sew It up. The team was rained out Friday night, checking taken the mileage and, finish Prevention is obviously the
at start ,
with mature managing and coach- finish, staged by the ultimately so the make-up game was play- of the hounds and the best cure for snake bite, but

Ing has demonstrated that a ball victorious Cardinals, and the ed Saturday morning against Robins one with the least selecting He sportsmen should be familiar

team with a "can do" attitude Reds, Phillies and Giants, won't A.F.B. mileage. with the treatment for snakebite.The .
Is then declared the winner.
will succeed In all Its endea soon be forgotten.This Jax Navy took the first gameof treatment for the bite of a
There will be sbe
trophies
vors. year, If age and Injury the double-header with a presented. poisonous snake consists of four
One to each of the first
The sportsmanship shown by don't finally catch up with the score of 1-0. Ray Meadows, three steps: ((1)) Prevention and treat-
drivers and of
these young ballplayers has been Yankees, then Chicago pitching ComFairJax, was the winning their place one ment of shock. ((2)) Prevention of

such as to set an example for Baltimore balance and Minnesota pitcher giving up three hits. navigators.All and othersare spread of pols on.((3))Extraction of

the entire league. power might. Roger Stanton, Robins, was the welcome Mustang owners to participate In poison ((4)) Neutralization of
loosing pitcher giving up two hits. poison. The first three steps
this rally. For further informa-
Jerry Stevenson scored the come under the of first
CHOOSE FROM MORE THAN only run for Sax Navy after get- tion contact Bob Lewis or Sonny aid; the fourth should category be left to
Brenson 3545432.
at
ting to base on a walk. He stole a physician.

( Count ) second, then stole third and home
90
1)ARS90 when the catcher dropped the ballIn Two Indians at a Canadian Fla. Youth Camp

the secorxl game of the mornIng summer resort were sitting on
USED
FINE Robins dropped Jax Navy the bank of a lake getting their Seeks To Fill

with a score of 5-3. Don Stewart first view of water skiing. "Whyman
Here are just a few; of this weeks specials: was the loosing pitchergivIng drivem boat so fast?" askedone Open Vacancies

up eight hits and two of them of them. "Have to," said
HURRY! ONLY FIVE LEFT!! were home runs. Stewart was the other. "Little man on string Tallahassee -- Another 223

. relieved In the seventh Inning by chase "im." boys and 116 girls age 10-14
FIVE ((5)1965) BELVEDERE 4 DOOR SEDANS $2795 needed fill
years are to existing
These are driver education cars,some with as little as 2,000 Ray Meadows. Grand Rapids Press
vacancies the
summer camp at
actual miles and all have 50,000 mile or 5-year warranty.
Youth Conservation Camp in the
Completely equipped with factory air and power.
Ocala National Forest
accordingto
SAVE NOW on these cars priced less than factory cost.
MONEY IN 1 DAY the Game and Fresh Water
ALSO many Executive cars and Demonstrators, $800 OFF Fish Commission.

Only 64 vacancies remain for

62 BELAIR CHEVROLET . . . . .$1 395 $$25 to wo$ boys during the camping session
2 dr., A/C., R&H, Al T., WSW, Weavers. June 20 through July 3. One

62 .$1095 ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE hundred vacancies remain open
2 dr. Real clean.
,
the session
Cash for Just phone and tell during July through
any
62 CHEVROLET $1195 purpose. us 17 and
59 vacancies for the July
4 dr., 6 cylinder, Straight stick'R&H, extra' clean. how much you want. Pick up the cash at your 18 through 31 camping period.A .
62CORVAIRMONZA. .$1295 convenience. Same-day service.
total of vacancies remainfor
2 dr., A/T./ R&H, Fad. air, New tires, white wIred in*
terior. 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN girls who may attend eitherone

63 RAMBLER STA. WAGON.. ... . . . .$1145 or two weeks. The camping
4 door., R&H, Straight Stick. You Get Mo. Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt. session for girls begins August

60 .$595 1 through 7 and August 8 through
$ 84.33 $ 5.00 $355.79
4 door sedan, extra clean. s 21.00 14.The
151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 Youth Conservation Camp,

DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT AT 219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00 operated by the Game and Fresh

286.73 17.00 I 600.00 34.39DIALi Water Fish Commission, pro-

vides an education In conserva-

CLAYTON REVELSChryslerPlymouth payments include interest. tion fishing, hunting and nature

i study through participation in

Inc. outdoor activities.
ompanyf Applications and informationmay

GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA. 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735/ be obtained from offices of

only 20 min. So. of NAS on llwy. 17 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 the Commission at Panama City,
Tallahassee, Lake City, Lake-
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T COLUMN. Dave Colby LEFTBy I ': i )F i9 ,




"Did The Team Lose,



Or The Other Win ? "



STUART, FLA Today Is put the organization on a pedls-
a good day for complaints. The tal. He will write, or have his
monsoon season on the S. Atlantic writers, produce, with what As
Coast has set in and everyone seems sincere conviction, that .
is happy, less one. For now the team should be number one m < ;
the Everglades may be saved In the top ten. r
from burning-up, the orange If the locals areplayingmediocre -
trees will produce fruit this winter ball the editor can make
and the flowers will bloom. them Into a dynamite team that
But there is one sailor intransit needs only a cap to explode. If
in this town who finds no joy the team never finds the cap may
in the life giving rain.Rain means be it will come next year, the
no trip to the Gulf Stream for writer says.If .
sailfish and dolphin. It means no the homers are losing, the t
bass fishing in Lake Okeechobee, editor can portray the team as a
or casting for snook in brackish "Mets" type. This Is a type I Keglers 'from Attack Squadron Forty-Five (photo at left),display the trophies they received by winningthe
waters. won't go into because we are Tuesday early Intro-mural league. The team also won a roll-off' match from Fighter Squadron
Today is a good day to sit in all familiar with the Image.If One-Sevenfy-Four (photo at right), champs of the Wednesday early league. (Kneeling) Chiefs Pin-
the house and get on relatives the locals continue to find kerton and Robson. (Standing) W. R. Fetig, G. W. Babb, and R. W. Erb. Members of the VF-174 team
nerves. the opposition gamey and lose by are: (Kneeling) A. O. Beard and R. W. Schmidt. (Standing) Ltjg C. Reier, Chief Adamson and Lt. R.
After thumbing through the long and bad counts there is still Lehman.
morning newspaper three timesI some salvation for the editor's
I have come up with a little face in dignified sports circles. Cecil Field IM
game. All that Is needed to playis This salvation comes by puttingthe
the local sports pages and local team on a diet. What Softball RoundupSecond
some time to kill. I call this used to be a 20 paragraph, top
game, "Did the local team lose, of page one story can be shrunkto half play In the intra- SEGRA YES SERVICE CENTER

or the other team win?", or, a three 'graph page three mural league got underway this AUTO-MARINE SERVICE
"How perferential are your pages brief. The reporter who used to week with eleven entries makingup PHIWPS /
Mr. Sports Editor?" travel with the team can be pulled the league. No scores were tI Roosevelt Blvd. si Ortega River jJj
To play, first look at the box from his beat and wire news available at press time. t / PHONE 389-1161! .
score on any athletic event which used to fill his old space.
The league will be a round- Body Shop 4901 Inrlofton gt.
involves a local team. This bit When the foregoing circum- robin type, with each team play- 24 Hr. AAA Road b Wrecker Service
of statistical material usually stances exist the reader's sports Ing twenty games, and is sche- SMI and Plaid Stamps
gives the sports writer the gen- page takes on the following for- duled to run until August 19. Mechanical Service Fuel Oil Service DloLo-Cor
eralization he needs to draw mat: If locals winning nothingIs Entries include; Weapons, Ma- Body Repairs Pier 17 Marina U.Haul
his and minor said about other In the '
major premisesfor teams rine Barracks VA-44
Supply, Boat at Regular Station Prices
his area. If the locals are losing gas
story. VA-45 Public Works VPF-62
1965 Lines:
Keeping the foregoing In mind, everything Is said about other Admin. VF-174, VU-4 and AMD. Now Showing complete
look at the story about the event. teams in the area and nothing So far VA-44 and Weapons, -- ErlnradeTbaaderblrd
Boots& Motors
Read the writer's produce. Doesit about the locals. winners of the first half of the VEVINRUDE?
tell what the statictical Information While not everyone can afforda Fleet and station leagues respectively High Tracts Starcraft
shows, or does the subscription to the New York have been unable to Low Down Payment Formula VlklniS Jr.
story tend to lean towards the Times to get "All That's Fit get their playoff completed because Easy Terms Vet
hometown boys? Or better yet to Print", and not everyone In of the
rainy season
read Our 36 year reputation Is you beat guarantee of quality service.
does it completely ignore the opponents the provinces likes to
side of the story? three-day-old news the Times Is Varsity SoftballThe

Many sports editors follow a extensive enough in Its coverageto varsity players are making
policy similar to this for sports print the New York High School ready for this coming weekend
coverage during a season: Build Lacrosse scores next to the Far of play which will Include two
the locals up before the season West College Baseball results.At games Saturday night against CLOSE TO BASES
starts. Give them entire pages. least the Times offers it, McDill Air Force Base and two
Put the coach In the hot even if the reader doesn't wantit.
he's spot.If against Winston-Salem, N.C. Air 65 FORD GALAXIE 500. .... . . . $2895
a loser nobody gets hurt Force Base on Sunday.Allgames loaded. air conditioned.

by hanging In effigy. The worse Perhaps we should be like begin at 7:00 p.m. and will be 64 Fully CHEVROLET Factory IMPALA .... . . . .$2195
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perhaps he was to blame for the such as the British do with mission.

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upon the teams record at the tend there Is nothing but the local 63 BUICK SKYLARK ... . . . . .$1995
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Cecil Field Golf Tourney RENTALS 63 auto/transmission.BUICK LESABRE .... . . . . $1795 .
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Entries Come To A CloseGolfers mission, power steering and brakes.
63 CORVAIR ...... . . . . . .$1395
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The Pro-Am Is scheduled for home pro to validate your
Friday, June 25, and the 36-hole and send your application to
Medal O'Neal, NAS Cecil Field! Many Older Cars To Choose From
play to take place on Saturday Roscoe
and Sunday June 26 and Golf Course, Jacksonville, Fla.
Entry fee is $10.00 for the 36- SAN JUAN TV UNITED AUTO SALES .
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Prizes and trophies will be a- hole Medal tourney
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Possession Deer, Turkey Of s IQ-4lR* 1 1L


When and where was the
Illegal In Fla. .,r;;:; first U.S. Golf Association Open
'l:' lo> Championship held? 0 0L
TALLAHASSEE--The cost of .' f
2. Who Is to win the
Illegal taking and possession of I eligible
Curtis ?
deer and wild turkey during Cup
II 3. In 1964 who was the United
closed season or by illegal
States' horse trainer In
leading
methods is going up. A bill enacted I
number of winners?
by the Legislature ,provides ; (
a rew penalty for taking or : 4. What hockey team holds
,1 the of
Cup
attempting to take deer or wild longest string Stanley
championships In the of
turkey by use of gun and light or ""A,1It the competition! history
out of season.

According to O.E. Frye, Executive u.: i W'1I "
Director, Game and Answers L-
Fresh Water Fish Commission, -
I 1 1M
the new penalty bill providesthat 0961 g8m.ZR19S6t

whoever takes or attemptsto UIOJj SaiJJJ 3AJ11109SUOO 3AJJ tnjMSJ3UUJM -
take deer or wild turkey by weJpeue leJ1UONU "
the use of gun and light or out .
of season, shall upon conviction cot W* uosqoo:>er patMOH .e CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER

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1-1341
OR SP 1-6601
,. hundred dollars,or Imprisonednot -ax! tuaquoN{ 'S){ MpuqSun 'puelioag(
less than five days nor more '(
:: than one year. The bill also provides AWARD WWNER Sultry SarnanIin UOUOM jo sweat Xqpa&ld JOj FREE PRIZES

that any vehicle, vessel Eggar smiles upon hearing thai si dno Sun} :> ; z

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\i'J state. Beasley, Lubka Set New
Other bills that apply to hunting ;
and fishing In Florida will I State Records At Meet

a gw wildlife officers to Issue,, 103rd St. at Wesconnett Blvd The Navy Jax Dependent Swim 65 MUSTANG. .... . . . . .$2595
citations In lieu of cash appear- We Wire Flowers Team went to a swim meet in V-8, Auto trans., R&H, WSW, Solid blue with blue interior.
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for traf- OccasionFREE Kathy 64 CORVAIR COUPE. . . . . . .$1595
I stronger penalty Illegal Every set a state record In the meet.
fic In Straight stick R&H, WSW, solid silver with red interior
alligators or alligator DELIVERY Also the 13-14 year olds and
extra extra sharp.
skins.Officers of the Game and Fresh JEWELL J. SMITH the the 8 and under won first placesin 64 BARRACUDA .... . . . . .$2395

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17th St. Johns Regatta. The Navy 4' B4NKL04N 63 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN ... . . . .$2195
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sailing for the State Champion. 62 CHEVROLET PICKUP TRUCK . . . .$1195
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