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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official 1 I 1 expression of any,
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

I VOL. 23 NO. 16 U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA JULY 1. 1965

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Thirteen officers from NAS Jax and tenant commands retired
,. The Walter R. yesterday after completing more than 300 years of combined service.
Estate Agency has been
a contract to "remove The retired officers were
molish" \, 'duplex units VP-5 Returns honored during the past two weeks
have served'an' enlisted with various luncheons, parties
rental housing for the and official ceremonies. '
years at NAS'Jax. After 5 Month Those who retired were: Capt.
The units had been Arthur T. Decker, ComFalrJax
vacated before the Chief of Staff; Capt. Walter J.
awarded on June 22. In :: I Frazier, ComFairJax, Assistant
to the duplex units, four Tour In Med.Patrol Chief of Staff; Cdr.: George S.
ment buildings numbered 2)I Pope Jr., SC, NAS Data Processing _
5002, 5004, and 5006, all : : Squadron FIVE,unde Officer; LCdr. John F.
in the hospital compound 2)n and diahman the'command of Cdr. Joseph T.Kosnlk Corrigan, Jr., NAS Assistant Air
be removed by "' ... a check for is returning home to NAS, Operations Officer; LCdr. Albert
company has been given Commander Fleet Jax following a five month deployment Kerllng;. NAS Security Officer;
in which to clean the proudly is Capt. In the Mediterranean. LCdr. Shelby W. Ard NAS Special
all these buildings. as NAS Jax and The squadron is crossing the Services; LCdr. George Matherson -
The realtors have 3256550. Atlantic in two flights. The Training Facilities
a sales office on the Glynco also partici first flight arrived in Jax onMon- Officer at NATTC; LCdr.

1146 Allegany, Just day, with the Executive Officer, Jame ,Lynch, Naval Avia-
main gate. The units are Cdr. Marvin D. Marsh, in com- tion Training Officer, AE "B"
now for approximately $&, mand. The second wave, lead School at NATTC; LCdr. Mc-
the double-unit building ''by 'the Commanding Officer, will Grath, ComFalrJax ASW Officer,
are arranged as arrive tomorrow. LCdr. Daniel G. Frank, Commissary
homes on each side Last January, the squadron Officer; LCdr. CharlesB.
of the duplexes have flew its twelve SP-2E aircraft Darrow, NASCo rimnications.
units' on one'side and across the Atlantic to Sigonella Officer; LCdr. Ernest Mills
room units on the Sicily, where it engaged In anti- Fleet Intelligence Center, Naval
price Includes moving the Admiral Robert submarine patrol duty as part Forces Europe and CWO (2))
Ing from NAS to the Society, by Captain of the NATO air arm. The"Mad. Charles Valentine, Phase Officerat .
recent Navy Relief Foxes" supported the U. S. Sixth NATTC Aviation' Electrician '.
(Continued Page )
on Fleet and the forces of several School.- _
Participating in this drive were NATO countries Including Great For additional Information ,
the naval activities at NAS Britain, France, Italy, and concerning the retired officers,
New'Express'Store Glynco, which contributed Greece. In conducting antisubmarine see story on page 6.
OpenedAt $5,884.50; NAS Sanford, exercises, flight crews
$5,322.56; NAS,Cecil,7433.50; and ground support personnel Clearing At New
and NAS Jacksonville and tenant also operated from the islands
NATTC By Navy ExchangeCapt. commands, $32,565.50. After all of Crete and Sardinia. While

expenses, a net profit of $39,900was deployed In Sigonella VP-5 Site To
Hospital
J. R. Mackroth, CO,NAS Opening" of the new Navy Exchange realized from the drive. worked under the operational
The check will be turned over command of ComFairMed.
Jax, officiated at the ribbon "Express" recently.The .
cutting ceremony for the "Grand new facility Is located in to the local auxiliary of the Navy
the NATTC area, adjacent to the Relief Society to provide operating Begin SoonThe
funds from the organization Holiday
Navy Exchange Service Station at
which "lielps the Navy care for
the corner of) Birmingham Ave.
and Allegheny Rd. its own." Through the Navy Relief ScheduleThe clearing of a site for the
Society, funds are providedfor new $7.4 million hospital at NAS
The "Express" was designedby Navy and Marine Corps following Navy Exchange Jax will being here in the near
the Engineer Division of families in the forms of grantsor activities will be open Monday, future according to T. E. Page,
Public Works and features a full no-interest loans to aid these July 5.NAS. Director of) the Bureau of Yards
open front with sliding glass families intimes of emergencies.The : Blus Jackets Inn noon- and Docks contract division for
doors. It was constructed under local chapter has Initiateda 11:30 p.m. featuring the music the Sixth Naval Distract. The low
a contract by a local firm and program distributing layettesto of Carl Boyd; Cafeteria, Operations bid contract has apparently been
cost approximately$25,000 which needy parents of newborn Bklg. 118 continuous; submitted by the Arnold M. Diamond -
was financed entirely by nonap- children. These gifts contain baby Snack Bar, Golf course 8 Construction firm of Great
propriated funds. blankets, pajamas, diapers, and a.m.-midnight; Cafeteria, Dldg. Neck, Y. N.
other accessories necessary to 554 noon-9:30 p.m. At Jax Air News press time,
The facility was constructed to the raising of infants.A All other Navy Exchange activities the bids and all their specifications -
a provide the Navy Exchange recent tuition-aid program at NAS, NATTC and Naval were being reviewed priorto
trons an added and convenient will be closed of the
F started on a national scale sets Hospital Monday the awarding contract.
1 service. Case beverages, milk aside money each year to help\ July 5, in observance of Independence Diamond's bid was $268,943
bread, cigarettes,picnic type military dependents obtain a Day. some "$10,000 less than Jack
MMON CUTTING ... Copt. J. R. items, etc., are stocked at the higher education. All Navy Exchange activities, sonville's Industrial Electric
Mockroth, Commanding Of* "Express." Hours of operatingare The local Naval establishment Including the NX.Sales Location Construction Co., who submitted
titer, NAS, cuts the ribbon that Monday through Friday 10, participates In local fund raising Bldg. 15511 (adjacent to Com- a $279,878 bid.
marked the official) opening of a.m. 5:30 p.m.; Saturday, drives In addition to the Navy missary Store parking lot) will Included in this initial.
the new Navy Exchange Express 10 a.m. 3 p.m. be for hours Tues- be
Relief campaign. Last year the open regular groundwork, to completed under -
the
Store.Cdr.LA.Menard Watching ,ceremony Executive A similar facility will be Naval establishment donated day, July 6. this contract are" the ; .-
are Officer (center), Cdr. Fred opened next month on Bir- $120,000 to the United Fund cam The Commissary Store will remain Installation of electric,, water,.
Schanze, Jr. (far right)and Capt. mingham Ave. In the vicinity of paign and last week a check for closed on Tuesday July 6, and sewer work paving' drain-
James Hiegel, Public Works Officer the Main Exchange Service Sta- $23,600 was presented the National In observance of Independence age, and the demolition of four
(rear.) tion and the Fish Camp. Health Agencies campaign. Day. buildings phis other work.




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SUNDAY
A June, July and August are good months to get the famllar letter
M 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy from Washington, D. C. stating that. the recipient will be detached

Communion and report to a new duty station. Sometimes this can be welcomenews
L ; 9:30 a.m. Service of Divine It separation from
and at other times can mean family and loved
Worship ones for extended periods of time. The change may take place overa
9:30 a.m. Sunday School for period of months or It may take place In a matter of hours.
ages 3 through 16. Bldg. 722 The Bible tells of men receiving "orders" from God. Abraham,

/ ,,. n4 11:00 a.m. Service of"Divine. who was one of the first, had to pack up and go Into a new land
Worship t Moses was given a job that he did not want but nevertheless withGod's
,- .... 6:30 p.m. Youth fellowship! help became the great leader of his people. The Apostle
Paul received his "order" very suddenly while on the road to Damascus. -
WEDNESDAY Its plans were changed completely. Later he became the authorof
many books of the New Testament.
4:30 Junior Choir Rehearsal -
p.m. There Is a certain amount of adventure In not knowing where you
will be next but there Is also some danger. One of the biggest dan-
7:30 Senior Choir Rehearsal -
iM MI* fi! n'HVnnw p.m. gers Is that It Is very easy In this type of life to leave God out some-
where the So of our own people have
along way. many forgotten to
*+ 12:00: p.m. Holy Communion,
mutually pledge to each other
lives
our bring God along with them to Cecil Field. Their biggest sin Is neglectand
: our fortunes* and our nacred honor Also Catholic on all Holy Services Days at St. Ed- habit. They neglect God and have fallen Into the habit of using

3yit.i.ij-.f..? i Ei i { .. .l.i..UI.MJ. ; ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval the Lord's Day for everything under the sun except worship, prayer
w Arra and rest.
Hospital
It would be wise for all of us to stop and take inventory of our
Editorial SUNDAY MASS wealth. Jesus tells the Importance,of laying up treasures In heaven.

6:30: a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital Joshua gave good advice to his people when he told them to choose
Fourth of July Means More 9:00: a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. either the false Gods of the living God, then he said," as for
Edward's Chapel me and my house, we will serve the Lord."

Than Fireworks and Picnics DAILY MASS
RENTAL HOMES CLOSED Bond
Savings
11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel
To -some people July 4 means only a day off from work, a lot of (Continued From Page 1))
fireworks, picnics, and perhaps a long week-end for a trip. Such .MONDAY & TUESDAY Drive Hears }/
people don't think of the real meaning of our proudest secular holi- 4:15 Hall With the removal of these units
NATTC
p.m. King
day. On this day In 1776, the United States of America adopted the from the station, 60 married enlisted -
Declaration of Independence. Thus, the occasion truly warrants a FRIDAY men's quarters will remainon Mark in JaxIn
holiday to commemorate the birth of our nation. the station. 37 of these 60
The standards set forth 'In this statement of Independence, signedby 1,2:05,, p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital remaining units are duplexes the first five months of the

the Continental Congress, have been the foundation of our American SATURDAY similar to the ones now up for year, the seven counties composIng -

way of life for the past 189 years.If 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY sale. They will be converted Into the Metropolitan acksonvUlearea
cur forefathers had failed to face the call for,a free nation and four-bedroom houses, once approval have achieved nearly half of
had not Introduced the Declaration of Independence! what sort of has been obtained from their 1965 goal in the Star-

country would we be living In today?' We can come very close to 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before Washington. This is being done Spangled Savings Plan.
answering that question! by asking another. What kind of country Masses because of the shortage of four- Edwin B. Nelson of Jacksonville -

would we now live In If our leaders did not continually challenge the Catechism Classes:Grade School bedroom homes In the area, and volunteer committee
threat of Communism? What would! happen to the world if the United should relieve the burden find- chairman for U.S.Savings Bonds,
States didn't actively further the cause of freedom, both for herself SATURCAY ing suitable quarters for men said today that in the month of

and for her allies? 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities with large families. May, bond sales went over the
We need look no further than the nearest depressed, strife-torn nation building 722 As of midnight last night, the million mark with $1,042,319 re-
under Communist domination for the answer. Cumberland Roads housing pro- ported. This moved the seven
On July 4, we should all take a moment off from our busy holiday activities TrafficViolations ject, located north of NAS Jax county area to a total of $5,
and thank God we have had great leaders such as those who on Roosevelt Boulevard, was 353,121 for the first five months,
signed the Declaration of Independence and those who fight to preserve closed. This project, built in or 48.4$ of the 1965 goal of
freedom today. 1941 under the Lanhan Act, was $11,000,000.Duval .

It was an Inspiring and solemn occasion when the founding fathers The following Is a of declared substandard by Con- County provided the ma-
gave their pledge, evidenced by their signatures: motor vehicle accidents report and traf- gress, who subsequently ordered jor portion of the sales In May
"And for the support of this Declaration, wit a firm reliance on fic violations for the period June all these projects closed. The with $947,257 sold compared with
the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other 22 through June 29. Cumberland Roads project had 818,512 for May 1964.
our Lives, our Fortunes, and cur sacred Honor." been primarily to house enlistedmen Nelson points cut that the May
It Is pledges such as these which have kept America a free and Number of AccidentsThis In the first four pay grades. report Is gratifying since It represents -

Independent country. week June 22 the first month In the
By cur service In the armed forces, we have actively joined In this through
June 28 . . 13 Defense Secretary'sJuly key period of the Star Spangled
pledge and are dedicating cur lives to It. We should, therefore, be Total Accidents this Savings Plan for 1965.
especially aware of the true significance of the Fourth of July celebration year through
AFPS June 28 . . 132 4 Message '
( ) Number of Accidents through Stop Cars For

June 1964 . . 124 Secretary of Defense
Roberts. Walk
.Total Number of days since last McNamara has issued the follow- Colors; Or

injury in motor vehicle acci- ing July 4 message: Rendering honors at Colors Is
dent . . 172 Independence Day--the Fourth both a privilege and a military

Number of ViolationsThis of JUly--is an appropriate time duty. However, It had been observed -
for members of the U.S. Armed that motorists are
many
Week . . 40 Forces to reflect on our heri- not observing this tradition.
Speeding . . .2 tage of freedom. Our liberty was. AU motorists are required to
Reckless Driving . 0
not acquired and the to
easily, and It must stop vehicle occupants
Going through Stop Sign 1 not be taken for! sit at attention morn-
during
AX: )\.IR: :NEWS Other Violations . 37 granted. It will Ing and evening Colors. The
Thirty drivers appeared before endure only sol sound of the steam whistle at 0800
the Traffic Hearing Boardat long as It Isf' Indicates Colors with the second
the meeting held on June 29.
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Disposition of the cases Include cherished, nurtured sounding signifying carry on.
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, the and defended Evening Colors occur at sunset
following: seven lost
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a drivingand against '- r: and motorists should be especially
parking privileges aboardthe (: '
firm. All submitted for the all who threaten -! ceremony.The .
private Copy use in JAX AIR station for various alert for the
periods
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, three assigned to complete an; it. Our best r NATTC flag detail stops all
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before eight-hour course In remedial assurance that traffic on Yorktown Road by Bldg.
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- driving Instructions at NATTC freedom will 500 just prior to 0800 and evening
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. two assigned to complete a six-; prevail over communiSm rests colors. Motorists are advised to
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries hour course In remedial driving on the dedication of the United be especially cautious at these
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing at Jax Police Academy; ten received States and of our allies to the time's.
'' Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida suspended! peanltles; six Sue of liberty. We are con- Anyone not stopping to observe
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. were' given warnings; one was of this that the eventual outcome Colors Is not only falling to honor
dismissed; three were fined long struggle will be vlc- our nation's flag but Is also vio
VOL. 23 NO. 16 JULY 1, 1965 (U.S. Commissioner);seven were tory--that of the present generation lating NAS Jax Instruction P556g.
referred to commanding officersfor Americans In the tradition of 6B. The penalty for the first
the past, will do Is
possible disciplinary action. whatever Is nec failure to stop when required
essary to preserve freedom. two weeks afoot.




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FORD GALAXIE 500 119 210.0 289 58.94 $6.73
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BASIS OF COMPARISON-All models are 2-door hardtops equipped with V-8 engine,automatic trans
mission,power steering power brakes radio and heater.Monthly payments have been computed on
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I uss Roosevelt Departs Mayport



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The USS Franklin D. Roosevelt ly on station in the Medlterrahean -'\' are: first carrier to operate j Jet
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departed from Mayport, area, a record no other shipin alcraft ((1946)); most arrested '_
Monday June 28, for her six- the Navy can claim. She cele- landings of aircraft (approaching _: ; l
teenth Med Cruise. brated the twentieth anniversaryof the 142,000 mark); and win- _
Roosevelt, which claims the her launching on April 29 ner of two Admiral Flatley A- _
record the and the record for viation Awards no other '
as Navy's most active set Navy-wide Safety ( _
aircraft carrier, will extend most Mediterranean deployments attack carrier has done so). ___,._
her record for the most in 1963 when she completed her EIGHTEEN CADETS iran Ae JodsonvilU Polk Academy. l learned
cruises in that area. She will fourteenth such tour. Embarked on Roosevelt for the what tfie Navy does In aircraft rescue operation The future law
relieve USS SARATOGA at With two decades of opera- cruise Is squadrons of Carrier enforcement officers toured VA-44 at Cecil Field last week where'
Gibraltar in early July and will tions behind: her, the performances Air Wing One, home based at they saw the methods Ae Navy uses in rescue procedures. Lt.
be assigned to the U.S. Sixth for FDR over the years Jacksonville and Cecil Field. James P. Kyle, of VA-44 (center) was the group's escort.GOY'T .
Fleet for the next four to five have become legend to those
months. who know Naval Aviation. Indeed -,
Roosevelt, which returned she has either broken or
from her fifteenth deploymentwith established about every record
the Sixth Fleet on Dec. 23, that an aircraft carrier is cap-
1964, has spent more than ten able of accomplishing. SURPLUS
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I Three Cecil Field Sailors Have Golden FutureAhead '1 1 1There's



gold ahead in the man to go from Seaman to Admiral Valenty has only one Navy is highly thought of and considered --
VALENTY ONE OF NINE
careers of three enlisted men if he has the desire and man.
school in his career. That was a very responsible Navy
from Cecil Field, according to will work. LINE OFFICERS SELECTEDPat Justice School where he was His Division officer at Ground
the latest .issue of the Navy, tops in his class. He has never Electronics Maintenance Division
Times. For Valenty and! McPartlin Valenty one of nine Integration been to Yeoman school, but can Lt. H.W. Sawyer, who Is
The three, Thomas E.Dawson, there is still a long road ahead.In candidates selected to take shorthand at the rate of 120 an ex-white hat himself, had thisto
ETCS Ray P. McP a nUn. GMT2, August they will attend Of- become Supply Officers has a words per minute; that is 60 say of him "Chief Dawson
and Pat P. Valenty] YN1, have ficer Candidate School at New- Naval career which is more like words per minute more than the is a very good man. I hope that
been selected for two Navy officer port. Upon graduation McPartlin the trail of a skyrocket, only Navy required for the Yeoman we don't lose him from Cecil
conversion programs. will be commissioned an Ensign Valenty seems no where near to First Class practical factors. Field! because of his selection"
Chief Dawson,one of the thirty- and will be designated a Line Officer. burning himself out. One tip Valenty gave was to Much time has been spent In
three candidates from this station Valenty will also be com Valenty became a sailor six work on the weak parts in your study by Chief Dawson as he
is among the 909 men selected missioned upon graduation, but years ago in August, and for the background and training.For himit prepared for the Warrant Officer -
throughout the Navy for the he will go on to the Navy SUp- last 18 months has been a Yeo- was Math and:! Science, so in Selection Test. His back-
New Warrant Officer Program ply School to become a Supply man First Class. these areas he emphasized by doing ground Included Electronics
the first selections since 1960. Officer.In During his time in the Navy he additional work. He said thata Technician Class "A" School.

Valenty and McPartlin are a- the case of two of these has had a great amount of experience course at NAMTG in math for Teletype Repair Class "C"
mong the fifty selectees for the men preserverance and long with supply, and this prospective officers, taught by School, and Cryptography Re-
Integration Program. This is the hours at study played key roles background plus his clerical Chief Dease, helped him correct pair Class "C" SchooLMcPARTLIN
program that enables an enlisted In their selections. training help to account for his that weakness.
selection to Supply rather than When asked about the Integration -
HOPES TO
Line. Program, Valenty said that
=; Valenty said that he though his he thinks it is a very good program HAVE OWN SHIP
: "'I Tr key to selection was studyhard for the white hat without a
c study. The Pittsburg native took degree who want to become an
4ReY part in the Integration Programa officer. "But, like everythingelse For 22'year-old'Ray; P. Mc-
He the said "It Partlin, his selection as an Un-
passed
year ago. test Valenty dependson
but was passed over by the selection the man's own' iniatlve. The restricted, Line Officer Candi!
boards. This year he did competitive aspects of this program '. dateoffers him the'''chance he
It again and made it. makes a man apply him- has long been looking (for Since
Here is the study schedule Val s1ef imon-.." joining the Navy four and one-
enty kept while preparing for the It appears, that Valenty is one half years ago, McPartlin's
tests both times: He studied for man who has applied himself dream has been to .one day command -
two hours each night from August quite well his own ship. .
through September and he And he may just get that chanceto

assures us that there was no CHIEF DAWSON ONLY fulfill his dream.
McPartlin a GMT2: ,'has taken
cheating on that study time. He
also completed 26 Navy Correspondence WARRANT SELECTION part In every officer,conversion
Courses; 10 of which Chief T.E. Dawson, an Electronics program that was available to
were officer courses, and 16 of Technician Senior Chief, him, and although he,said he had
which were enlisted. To all this in Alabama done no special studying or pre-
CAPTAIN S. D. WIGHT" Cecil Field comman ...., ... two was on leave whenit paring for, this he Is
he added Civil Service ]learned had been program
two was to
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Partlin, GMT2 on some of their future duties as officers. The pair Courses selected to become a 766 War- taken correspondence
were two of 50 men selected by the Navy last w.ek for the Integration He emphasized that he used rant Officer. some the International
Program. every USAFI test available to Eighteen years ago_ Chief courses through
him_to prepare for the test. Dawson joined the Navy.Today he Correspondence School

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13 Officers Retire After 303 Years Of Naval! ServiceSlightly I


more thin three cen- and his family will reside in vided for his family it has also This was also the second tour Business Administration -
attached to to
turies of Naval service ended Ortega Forrest Jacksonville.Also brought duty the world over in- of duty for an Services officer Division. Cairo I aid:
yesterday when thirteen officers retired In ceremonies ceding a tour In the Iron Curtain the Special finally as Com-
from NM Jax and tenant commands Yesterday was another memberof country of Yugoslavia.In LCdr. SheIbyW.| missary Officerat

retired. Their service the ComFairJax Staff. Cap- 1943, Seaman 2/c John F. Ard Jacksonville who served NAS Jax end

has provided them with many Invaluable tain Walter J. Frailer.Assistant Corrigan, Jr., entered the Navy.In in at 1946 when ed yesterday ]
experiences, travel that Chief of Staff, 1944 he earned Ms wits aa when LCdr.
to
be helped
covered most of theworld, mem- retired after
an Aviation the Frank retired Front
ories and material benefits twenty-f lye '" establish
too ,.
det. II
Retiring after 23 of
\ seaplane pat- years service. The
to list. of service :>
numerous years
the end of
June.
.. tern. The vet- Supply Corps officer has done
that k '
Looking back over their timeIn began : ) LCdr.
It was Ani much to Improve the Commissary
eranof21yearsservice
service which 1940 when hti
spans an averageof
Corrigan, NAS "the' facilities
considers the Navy through remodeling -
20 the commissioned
officers was
,
.... years agreed Assistant organization in the old! facilities and adding new
on one thing they have never as an ensign Offcer. greatest
!-i ,
t
Operations and
also
- Froiicr world. ones, expanding the
regretted their decision to enter and Naval He feels
the Navy.To aviator. The captain served Corripn store. Mr. Frank will resideIn
that the has
Navy .
Captain Arthur T. Decker as the commanding officer of him and his "Stay In" were the simple Virginia with SS "' "s,
been good to ,
who retired as Chief of Staffto the Naval Air Facility,SIgonella, family very and has provided jobs with words of wisdom passed on by his family. 1 F
Matfaerson.Training LCdr.Charles .
LCdr.
the Commander Sicily. While attached to the George -'
Fleet Air staff of Carrier Task Group 7.3 more responsibility. Looking: Facilities B. D a r row, > ,
forward to residing in Jacksonville '
he Involved In the Officer at Communications
Jacksonvlie was planning
and! In the
: possibly working '
his most and execution of the Joint Atomic business, Mr. Corri- NATTC and his Officer, sum- //JJiII1 .
memorable duty Energy Tests at Eniwetok Marshall new car record shows med up his naval Sdt ''fl/'ti"',_
!
"would do It
gladly again ,
was at the Naval Islands(Operation Ivy). gan that he followed career, pet '
Air Test Center "Set goals and meet them"was1 This was LCdr. Albert Ker- his own ad- haps, as many Dor row
P ax River, the advice passed on by Cdr. ling's second tour of duty at. vice. Entering other would:
Maryland where A. '. Dickr George S. Pope, Jr., SC. Cdr. NAS Jax. He the service fc1 "A military career as a pro-
he worked with the testing of Pope served his rf'P .., was first herein ," 1941, three Math.son fession has been a demandingand
new aircraft. Working with air last tour o I ,' 1941 to attend years later he was commissioned rewarding experience.

craft before It was Introduced to duty as NAS Dan t '} the newlyformed under the Aviation cadet pro- Knowledge gained through exten-
the fleet allowed the captain to be Processing Of t f a;. aircraft ; cram. Except for the fact that sive travel and the warm friendships -
'
'
a pan of the progress naval fleer. He wll i mechanicsschool he will reside In Jacksonville, made with many military
.. aviation had made since he first utilize his Natty : and yes .,< :! LCdr. Matherson has no definite and civilian associates during the
.. earned his wings In 1935. Cap- training wher terday was re- lertllll plans. past 23 years are principle attributes -
tain Decker feels that to havea he assumes i tired from his and their worth is immea

satisfying and rewardingcareer position with theMetropolitan 'op. duty as Security Officer. The LCdr. James Lynch also received surable. There have been some
an officer must be well- School System of only plans this officer has is to some of long hours and hard work dur
rounded but must also be an ex- Nashville, Tern. Aside from reside in the Ozark Mountains of the educational I j ing critical periods and there

pert at one thing. The captain the security the Navy has pro- Arkansas. benefits that the are certain difficult times, when

Navy offers separated from one's familybut; ,
when he attended the overall total experience as
Columbia University a member of the Defense Establishment -
underthe and as a Naval Avia-
VACATION BOUND ? college pro tor is highly regarded as a career

gram. The N.lynch yielding an abundance of plea
val Aviation Training Officer, AE sant events."
GET "B" School at NATTC.
AWAY ON THAT TRIP....
LCdr. Ernest Mills, who begun
Entering the Navy after high his Naval career In 1944,
....WITH AEveryone school, LCdr. retired whik.

,1 Charles T. Mc- \ serving at tat
CREDIT Grath was conmissioned Fleet Intelligence ..
UNION ( :
,
m'rm an ],; : pk Center I .,
'\
ensign in 1945. .
Naval Force:
LOAN! Mr. McGrath r Europe. Mr.
who retired as
Mills who reported -
Surface ASW Officer here
for Com- McGrath three Mill
years ago
Fairfax will reside In Mary- plans to reside in Orange Park

.. .. '. land. aId will enter the real estate
t Service that spanned from the business.
Harvard Graduate School of

Good education and many opportunities
needs a vacation. Let
your Credit Union help with yours.A CAN YOU is
the way that I
good vacation with rest and a
change of pace, can do wonders to- TAKE YOUR CAR CWO(2)Charles
ward improving our everyday WITH YOU? ] W. Valentine -
lives. So have a carefree vacation For Financing And Insurance looks j

with a low-cost loan 'from your Credit Stateside And Overseas. Call. back on his
Union. DYER M. BURR career in the!
representing service and en-'
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES courages others Vd"nfin.
FINANCE
CORPORATIONAND to look forward to theirs. Mr.

INTERNATIONAL Valentine who entered as en enlisted -
SERVICE
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JAX
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I 9 If TO MM T A ss Cdr. Scott Takes Results Of August Exams I


independence Day Is Sunday, holiday.E.A. Helm of VA-106 Depends On KnoVl-How
July 4th and throughout the nation
Strachan ADR1 -1 don't'
families will be celebrat- think there Is On Shangri-La The month of exam taking Is Answer EVERY QUESTION,
ing the holiday In various ways. near the enthusiasm rapidly approaching and it !Is there is no penalty for a wrong
But gone are the days of the there ABOARD THE USS SHANGRILA again time for all candidates to answer. The score is graded ona
4th of July family reunions, parades was In former AT LIVORNO ITALY-When review their professional skills raw score basis, that Is number
down main street and fire- years. ,. Attack SquadronOne-HundredSix and to give some serious thoughtto of correct answers, so even
words displays. Do you feel thereIs J.L. Bravatt, returns to Cecil Field this fall the mechanics of Test Taking.In If you must guess Answer ALL
something lacking In the cele- SN -The American there will be a pair of brothersIn fact exam scores are the QUESTIONS.The .
bration of the 4th of July now? public to-" command of two squadrons biggest single factor In advancement time factor is important
Lt. D.L., Kuck Yes, there Is day does not >tr.ch. ..n home based at the Master Jet Thus to the one who is. In a speed test but In the case
at present.Too many people] seem completely undentaad: why we Air Base.In well prepared to take the test of advancement exam speed Is
to feel that It's square to be celebrate the ., a formal Change of Com goes the promotion.A not a factor. You have three hours
patriotic. However luoderstaad 4th. Most people ( R.< '. '1. <- mand Ceremony, Commander big part of taking a test Is to complete approximately 150
that this feeling associate ; ",). : James H. Scott, brother of Com- knowing how. Too many sailors questions this Is well over a full ''
Is presently :;:; -.. A' fire works 1i it mander Wiley A. Scott skipperof plead guilty to test failures with minute( per question and should
changing. For <.)' ,, a" with this occa'i: ..Jslon. Fighter Squadron One-Seventy the excuse they choke-up on a enough time to double check your
example, Just ; ; l ,, Four, assumed command of test. With a standardized test work.
the other day a '. ?J: x R. L, Dubin, ,' VA-106 aboard this ship such as the Navy Wide examinations Remember many wrong answers
local retail \ a ATN3 This Cmdr. James Scott relieved no one should use this ex- come from carelessness.
merchant told ;" "., }' holiday has be- Brovot Commander Charles Crockett, cuse. Your physical condition is also
me that AmenKuck come more of a party holiday Jr., of the"Gladiator" head post. Here are a few tips that should important. A good night's sleep
can flag ] than a time for Captain Ralph Werner,com- help In the coming August examsor leaves one much more alert fora
are on the Increase which I Americans to manding officer of the Shang was any other test ana vym an might test.Make yourself comfortableIn
think Is Indicative of this change. regain their k the guest speaker at the ceremonies take. A thing to remember is the testing space, but not so.
I sincerely hope this continues patriotic spirit.If that testing Is one of the key comfortable you fall Into a trance.If .
because pride In our nation Is the people An afternoon reception was ways the Navy determines a It Is too stuffy or hot. ask
of tremendous Importance par- change their ,_ held at the Camp Darby Officers man's value. to have a window opened. Make .
ticularly with the present state attitude toward! : Club In LIvorno after the cere- First let's look at the over all yourself as mentally alert as
of world affairs. their country, mony. Among the guests at the test. The man taking the test possible.
Lt.J.g.( ) C.R. Assaff Yes, I It would be a Dulls ceremony was the new skipper'swife has everything to his advantagein NUMBERS. Almost every test
feel that a lot --11'f better place to live. the former Nina Jean See- a test of this type. It.is a will have something that requires
of people are l- 's vers, who arrived from the U.S. multiple choice test, thus all the memorization such NAVPERS
..
ashamed todts- ", CNO MessageEncourages to watch her husband assume answers are before you. You Forms numbers. Allyoucandoin' .
play the American ....... .....1' command of the Gladiators. don't have to pick your brains this case Is memorize the II
flag In front ,f"f Cmdr. Scott Is a graduate of apart trying to compose the right material
of their home. r : the Naval Academy and Is a answer. Being multiple choice,
designated Naval the of elimination is ANSWER CARDS. No matter
There should be ; 1 i well know the
celebr.I.I. t possible. In almost all testques- you answerson
more ,/' dons two out of the four possible the exam, If you don't
tion of the hollAtaoff Countlnued to
encouragement :k,
accurately (punch-out those little
day and more awareness of Its Navy personnel to submit the x ansers are COMPLETELY holes
are lost. Rememberthat
Importance.W.R. number of reenlistments Is con- G u" wrong; one is ALMOST correct you
more than one punch to a
and the is MOST
Gideon J02 Yes Whatis tained In a recent message from remaining one
question will cancel entire
correct. Jump on that one, keep-' your
Is the the Chief of Naval Operations. .
lacking _
card which means 15
"s, Ing in mind that flrstchoice answers
your
full awareness Although Navy regulations say
are not counted
of the significance that the Chain of Command shall is usually the most correct. ,
be used In all Be sure to read and UNDER- Below are the scheduled dates
of rodependence : correspondencewith
to '. the Secretary, exception Is STAND the entire question for the forthcoming exams: E-9/
Hungary and I made, with the concurrance of thoroughly BEFORE tryingtode- E8 Tuesday, July 20; E-4
other communin t the Chief of Naval Operations cide on an answer. Watch out for Tuesday, August 3; E-5 Thursday -
Is t satellite J In regard to reenlistment suggestions such key words as,should;would; August 5; E-6 Tuesday,
to the must; may; will; won't; could; August 10; and E-7 Thursday,
countries the Gideon directly Secretary'sTask J
..., _
-"IV 12.
realization 0 f Force on Navy Marine "" 1 _. :r might. August
retention. Cmdr. Scott Mrvd a lour of .. .
would be Corps personnel .
Independence appreci- -
duty with the British Royal Navy
ated. Here we have never known Ideas shoed be addressed to Pilot.
at an Ncvy Exchange
anything other than freedom. The Director, Secretary of the The Scotl't reside in Jacksonville cf2 fi \
Thus we fall to appreciate whatwe Navy, Room 3732,Arlington Navy with their three children 4-t h. :
have. Annex, Washington D.C., 20370. Nina, Jim and Margie.

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::1. SIX MilliON DOLLARS WORTH OF UILDING SLATED FOR CECIL FIELD ..1 1 1I



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Cecil Field, the 17' year-old- a Cecil Field that Is (far different facilities will cost an estimated I I !.: .. S
;, child of'the military Jet age, Is ( t't'rom( the Naval Air Station $$328,000, and will replace some I I A PROJECT TO BE COM. S : : t >
** PLETED IN AUGUST is s
> about to grow Into a Navy giant of(today. of the make-shift structures now i I the S S SA5
i| (for housing*. air power In Its 18th The (following is a list of the being used by missiles.The '' S L installation.. of "Pancake Ughfiqg"
: ; I .
5 the
consolidate along
will runways.
I year. major projects on tap between new facility
f.. Beginning next month the first July] and 1967.' all existing operations at m 4 S "Pancake' lighting"" is an additional

of nearly six million dollars of( A GUIDED MISSILE MAINTENANCE missiles. r 1: t'S landing safety (factor which
11 appropriated funds will be spent AND REPAIR FACILITY Another engineering note Is :r II relatively new to Navy" use.

to start nine major projects and located near the present that this is the first Navy pro S :'.'//4 These lights are sunk in the run- S _

.. .'4. numerous minor projects. missile site In the northeast ject In the J Jacksonville area to TNS ; ways 25 feet apart. The light
_' \ For those sailors scheduled to corner of the station, is scheduled use computerized scheduling of : beams show nearly straight aheadIn
serve here through 1967, and to be completed by the the construction work. This will Lb cA .I/\ S 5 55 : the air and allows the pilotto <<

those who return here will see beginning of next year. These allow the work to be planned ona IJ J aS S take landing alignments,night
a better time schedule.The scheduling S with greater precision.

is being done by the civilian ; S S : '. This lighting system is expected -
:: S : to be operational in mid-
.
contractor< of the project.AN
: SS L4_ ; August.A .

AIRCRAFT MAINTEN-- _St_
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ANCE HANGAR due to go up .. '
behind the Jet Maintenance Shop, > : ..?..5 t.5 .."' '''.!!I''''':h :.. S A OIADII LlVU ._.... 1ft....4... ore*. Vtibrk.. eft t <..
S
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will be started next month and hasa ," '" .. <. .-:.., .,& ;, .:cz.:. ,.... / ... A' .,4"i( *'.< '';'' happy note for enlisted road phase of. this. project is expected to be completed In almost
; #
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;o .;, ,., _.: two months.
a completion date of July 1966. 4 -! _1 "{W"h- people living in the barracksIn _

Bids on this project were open CECIL'S' NEW$1400,000 CHAPEl' TO BE LOCATED ONtr- -- n ivnl,.. NEAR BEAUTY SHOP(fltotoerapiis.. .. II by T. W J wnpp.. ) 1967' will be the comfortsof .
ed last week, a J Jacksonville con- air conditioning. All bar- .S
tractor submitted an estimated({ In July and has a March 1966 activities and education pro- determined. The building will AN AVIONICS SHOP racks will be air conditioned A.//
$2(680,300, low bid. completion date on the plans. grams. have an estimated cost of cos ting and modernized by this time,
The near two and a half million This new area will hcuse the The present library, as of now, $$400,000., $$700,000, will be started around* It has been reported by public -
the first of(
dollar hangar will have a maintenance course room Instruction will remain where it is. Construction is scheduled to 1966. This will be works. 2 USED CARS
located north of
smaller working area than hangar In the new A-7A jet.. Four* hundred-thousand* dollarsin start in December of this year. Hangar 67 and
\ .' 67' but it will be of a different also scheduled to arrive hereIn appropriated funds have been Just off the pavement..

-. BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLEAND type construction. The hangar 1966. set aside for this project sche- .. .; .. -, ,I ",\\IY': '>_' :-.' .... -
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aircraft maintenance. Avenue, approximately across asked for on the new ChapeL to the present chiefs? '. I. ". 't, .. ''- JI"I'" .,,(,;,l}' 'I!..\ w A"";,: .<.
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ANCE_TRAINING GROUP will be built to replace the one and also due to be completed at be located on the north end of .;
BUILDING- scheduled to presently located In Building 25 nearly the same time, is an "B" Circle. ,.. SiS k.,. SAN JUAN LOT ?

double Its present size with an which was built as a temporary Administration building. This unit can house* 180 men 11I_ -'- _____ OFF ROOSEVELT
''H OP7ANHam approximately half million dol-- structu re. This structure, to be located and will be with cubicles. The S ( S
lar addition to the back of the The proposed brick, wood and between the theater and the rew cost of this project is in the
building. glass building with a cathedral communications building on "D''" area of $$350,000, and will be L
This' abstraction' will sort type roof will hots religions Avenue\' will house* what is presently air conditioned. This housing SpEcL.

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HI *r> construction representative; CONCRfTf 'FOOmS ore pcvred new .
? of FALCON . .$$1195
13 & 14 jLjTJj Cecil Field go over plans for the new hanger to be built this ,_____ ____ Parting. Area in the Missile.. Repair and Maintenance Sit.. The 62-FORD SEDAN . .$$1495
These men administer all construction year blocks in the background will be used. (for the'wall.. of the parking f 4 dr., Sedan, 6 cyl., .std.shift,
proj.ctslromthepaper .
work 54 S.59c ===== 4 dr., V-8, Auto/trans./ R&H
$ phase to the final kspection of the completed project. area. == R&H.
I power steer& bra.....

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AUTO SERVICE CENTER SEGRA YES SERVICE CENTER -= 2 dr., 6 cyl.,Auto/trans./ ,R&H 61 FORD . . .$$795.

All t S .1 "" .... air conditioned. 2 dr., V-8, Auto/trans./ R&H.
AUTO-MARINE)
[i FFLEil -: ( SERVICE '
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ENGINE OVERHAUL I All II Ford' I I COMET 14tiIi y Rooseveltlllvd.a.. at Ortega Itherflodj Ii..

REBUILD BALL JOINT (Pads. & Labor) 15.95 I Except Product Lincoln< I 1 ___. MUCUlty PHONE 389-1161 ....AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM !

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fr T T-B.td. D/ $$9 9,80 55 Shop 4501 Irvlngton St. ==
SHOCKS FRONT OR HEAR (Parts & Labor) 12.95 I r4'S J
$ 24 Hr. AAA Road & Wrecker Service
BRAKE SHOES ANY U. S. CAR (Parts. & Labor) 10.95 [$14 4.2Oj : S kS S&fl and Plaid Stamp =
'1icLNFACTORY : Fuel Oil Service Dlal.o.Car
BALL JOINTS REPLACED (Parts & Labor) 29.95 Mechanical Service
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Pier 17 Marina U-Haul
Repairs
Body DUVAL
SCIENTIFIC ENGINE TUNE UP (Labor) 4.95 AIR CONDITIONING
Boat gas at Regular Station Prices

BIG, CHIEF TIRE CO.M44 I 24 Month WARRANTY or 24,000, Mile $$20 Down Per 5 k'5.' .' Now Showing complete 1965 Lines:

, Mo. Lti r"- T EvlnradeThunderblrd
Boats & Motors ...
''NORMANDY 0 620VRpptV$ LfEV 2809: i MAYPORT i NORTH FLORIDA' S High? Trades EVINR'U U j Starcraft J MOTORS WUFd

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ROADCH Formula Jr.
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EV 44631. Low Down Payment
I 6-4825. LINCOLN. MERCURY to fti. \. __ 'Viking 5
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CA& 9 pancake lighting on Terms.
DUCTS FOR ELECTRICAL >Ice. Ens. Connelie points out Easy Vega 4538 SAN JUAN J AVE. EV 44536t. .
: : the a''re p r'
: Cecil Field
I i41:1L'JT1NW1A1T-j that this runways would have' b* ?I, early impossible without the Our. 36 year reputation Is your best guarantee of quality service.
fine cooperation project of Opera tiolisin. control of..air r'r: ': f'jc.' .

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,: Vapor Trails to Perform Aerial CF ClubSchedules


I; Maneuvers on Independence DayThe The Cecil Field Chief Petty !Y k i Ir i l

Officers cordially extend an Invitation -
Vapor Trails, Jax Navy tude acrobatics to all Chief Petty Officers
Parachute Club's nine-man exhibition The Vapor Trails have lost two at NAS Jax to utilize this
team, will perform their of their members due to discharge station's CPO facilities.
high altitude aerial exhibition at and! deployment to the FRIDAY

Tltusville, Fla., Sunday, July 4. Med. Ted Sergent, PR2, was discharged 16 oz. T-Bone steak at $1.75, 1y
During the exhibition the from the Navy and Harry ,12 oz. T-Bone at $1.65, Child
I Vapor Trails will do their standard Wood, PR1 departed aboard the ren price Is $.50. Dancing by
maneuvers which Include a Roosevelt for ,a Med. cruise Mark Castle's band from 9 p.m.
! two man crossover from 12,500 The Jax Navy Sport Parachute till 1 a.m
o feet, performed by Robert Holden Club has openings for member- SATURDAY
and Tony Rick a double baton ship., For information call
Fisherman's Fish from
i pass between three men,-a star- EV 9-7711 ext. 8780. Fry
1 till 3:30. dinnerat
p.m. Oyster
t burst, and many! other high altiio-
$1.25, 10 oz. Slay at 190. .
Mark Castle's band d ka f
Dancing by
CHURCH of f CHRIST
l1t8 SUNDAY
:5223 WESCONETT BLVD.
NEAR NAS 12 oz. T-Bone steak at $L65,
V JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD Childs plate at $.50. Music by
t Ql1AJJ U the Moonlighter's band from 7:30 CPO CLUB DANCE DUO -V rn (right) end. Ted ploy for dancingeach
SEE PAGE 16 AND SUNDAYS: p.m. till 11:30 p.m.MONDAY. Wednesday night at the NAS Jax CPO Club.: The popularduo
YOU'LL KNOW WHYI 10:00: A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP commences (their evening's entertainment at 8:00 P.M. and
11:00: A.M. WORSHIP 4th of July Celebration at the play until 11:30 P.M. The piano, bass and xylophone combinationhave
7:00: P.M.EVENINGSERVICE Chief Pool; Swimming' races will become very popular with club patrons and provide a worth.
RIVERSIDECHEVROLET
WEDNESDAYS: while evening of' dancing enjoyment.
begin at 12:30 p.m.: There will
7:30: P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE be Ferris Wheel rides for the
''CHURCH PHONE SP 1-5075: children until 4:00: p.m. Fried JC's Hold Flag HAS Jax CPO

CEDAR HILLS MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646 chicken dinner until 4:00: p.m..

, t I $.50 a plate.Teenage dance startsat Sale PageantThe Club Plans
3 p.m. Beer and coke will be ,
sold at 50 and hot dogs at lOtf.
Jacksonville Junior Cham- Big FourthThe "
f TUESDAYBar ber of Commerce is conducting \J
their annual American Flag Sale Fourth of July weekend will
f : openWEDNESDAY i
VISIT in connection with the 4th of July feature an outstanding scheduleof i
I 8 oz. Cassey Steak at $1.20, holiday.The entertainment at the NAS Jax
Pizza at $.50. Shrimp In a bas- sale makes available to CPO Club.
CLAUDE NOLAN ket will be sold at $.90. Bingo local residents a complete flag Operating from temporary i
will be played at 745pm.: kit. These kits are modestly quarters In building 593 in the ,
priced and are now on sale in NATTC area, the club will have
EM Club Hemming Park and many of the dancing to live music on both Sat
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\ Time TableThe Jacksonville area. urday night the Lazy Rhythm I.. '
\ This year, the JC's will also Girls will provide an entertaining $
1 following are hours of have a Fourth! of July Pageant evening of Western music for .j.I""" '11
operations for the Cecil Field July 3, at Dallas Thomas Park, the enjoyment of club patrons.
Beacon and Acey Ducey Clubs. beginning at 7 1 p.m. The all-girl group had become ;,i iw
Thurs., July -Bingo., 8p.m.- Included on the program will very popular during their past appearances -
10 p.m.; Family night. be an address by Jacksonville at the Club.
Fri., July 2 Dance Night Mayor Lewis H. Ritter, the retreat On Sunday:: July 4th, the enter-
Music by Phil Cay. of colors (including a 21 tainment scene will move to the
Sat., July 3 Pizza Night gun salute), and a thirty minute club patio at the CPO Club
Two for One; 4 p.m. 6 p.m. fireworks display. Swimming Pool where Bud Clark
Sun., July 4 Dance Night All military personnel and will play dance music from 8:30
: Music by Carl Boyd. their families are cordially invited P.M. until 12:30 A.M. The ebb
Mon., July 5 Family Day and to attend and encouraged to management has said that Informal r
Dance Music by Mel Gaden, wear their uniform in observanceof attire will be appropriatefor
ii 6 p.m. to midnight.Tue. Independence Day. the dance and that the pool
., July 6 Acey Ducey will be open for swimming until
Bar "Special"Wed. A music director, well known 12:30 A.M. i

., July 7 Happy Hour for his tact, was awakened one The club management points
5 p.m. 6 p.m.; 100 off all morning at 3 a.m.-by the janglingof out that this is another step for /
the telephone. "Please
drinks. stop ward in expanding its entertain-
Bingo is played every thurs- playing those drums," said an ment program since the NAS Jax
day at 8 p.m. Dances are held irate neighbor.At CPO Club was destroyed by fire
and 3 a.m. the next the
every Friday Sunday nightsat morning In mid May.
t 8 p.m. director called her back and explained -
"Madam I don't own any If youth only knew, and if age
drums." only could.]
Nationally Inatrumentalijt. When Your Advice Is Asked.
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NATIONAL BANK OF JACKSONVILLE COLD WAVES$$495
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i I Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM Hill's Shopping Center- 200 AND SHElLY JAMEYFIELD I" the |Pint 5 pick of more than
SP 1.5510 new children' books that arrived at the Cecil Field Station
9:30 AM til 4:30 PM
.k Friday: library last w..hr The
5452 Sormandy Blvd. books were bought with a contribution from
Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273 EV 7.1111 the Cecil Field Officers Wives Club With the children is Mrs.
Sharron Arnold, station librarian.

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Club Schedules Items JudgedFor Movies {1I j I



j'O' CLUB Music on Friday Ney Award
Ight will be provided by Charliey Movies will be shown regularly -

with at 7 p.m. Monday through
Johnny' Jellnek on Satfrday. One of the Navy's finalist In
Monday Is Steak Cook-out Ac annual Saturday. ,
Ney Award competition -
Ight on the patio. For the gour- for the best enlisted men's NATTC will have two feature Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
times 2 and 7 on
bent, Tuesday's foreigndishwlll facilities p.m. p.m. 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208
dining DavisvU1e,R.L, and The hos- to arrive not
IB French. During the summer a Construction Battalion Center, Saturdays Sundays. later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.
[atlo Band will be featured every learned the Items that a Judging pital will have one feature onSunday's Ads arriving too late 'for this deadline will be published the

ednesday night team looks at when testing a at 7 p.m. following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
All evening movies at Cecil A check order for the full
meal or money cost of the ad must be
CPO CLUB The Chiefs Club Field begin at 7 p.m. These are received WITH the copy for the ad.
I open for regular business InBdg. Housewives might be Interested subject to change.Thursday DO NOT SEND CASH

593 and Is serving light to note why some of the fol- July 1 RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . 'oo . .52.00
inches. The Lazy Rhythm Girls lowing in specific the Items were Included Per additional line ((4 words per line}. . 0.50
ill provide the entertainment menu. NAS Country Music Caravan-

i Saturday. The 4th of July,will Cream of tomato soupcurcles( Marty Robbins, Minnie Pearl - -
when -, -.. -
hire Patio Dance and Swim- milk Is added carelessly); NATTC Boy Ten Feet Tall '

ing at the pool. Bldg. 705, beef stew (watery and unappetizing Edward G. Robinson, Fergus
d Bud Clark will provide theisle. when shortchanged on the McLelland FURN APT ORTEGA SECT A SALES CAREER WITH NO

Wednesday wlllhaveVern beef); buttered broccoli (apt to lbspital Mister Moses Rob- fac river, 15 min from NAS CEILING ON EARNINGS. This
d Ted Duo. be over-cooked); cole slaw(when ert Mitchum, Carroll Baker 1 adult only. $25 wk Incl utiL position offers security, and
made from dehydrated cabbage it Cecil Field The New Interns- & phone 388-9886. prestige. Successful applicantswill
ACEY DUCEY Dick Strock is unpalatable If not properly reconstituted Michael Callan, Dean Jones be offered financial assis-
d the Spotlighters will enter- ); baking powder bis- tance and benefit of Intensive
in on Friday with( Phil Cay cuits (lethal weapons when over- Friday, July 2 Real Estate: Information on training program. Should be between -

d the Chantels on Saturday.4th mixed); apple pie (made from dehydrated NAS F.B.L Code 98 Jack sales, purchases, equities, rentals ages of 25 and 40, Resi-
of July will feature Mark apples a gastronomical Kelley, Katy Crowley or FHA VA homes. Call dent of Jacksonville area, and
istle. Bingo every : ay after- delight In the hands of the expert NATTC Country Music Cara- Walter T. Bowen,USN Rtd.Char own a car. Kindly reply stating

and Tuesday night. chef), and golfen coffee (a little] van Marty Robbins, Minnie ter Real Estate Co. 3876511or background and Income desiredto

[BLUEJACKETS INN Dancing effort can make this a singularly Pearl 387-2851 at night. : P.O. Box 2218, W. Bay

iday and Sunday will be toPhily muddy beverage; ). Hospital Boy Ten Feet Tall Annex, Jacksonville Florida.

and the Chantels, with Carld 5rWAVTOpOU81 Edward G. Robinson, Fergus
1H GAr *
HOMES SALE RENT
and the Rhythm Kings onturday MccLelland
and Tuesday.Saturday's :OUR MONEY Cecil Field Baby the Rain Must Some no dn, Many $0 $100 HOUSE FOR RENT OR SALE -

:ing will be to March Wilson IG10f01..P I ItANP PUrh' Fall Steve McQueen, Lee dn. No closing costs. New homes. 5608 Enchanted., 3BR, .2B, kit
the Redcoats. Holiday hours BACK IN YOUf2 Remick All the X-TRAS, Family Rm, equped, A/C carpet & drapes,
be observed at the club onesday Fenced yd., built-in R/O sml den Ig shady lot. Rent $130
f1TI
POCK Saturday, July 3 You name (t. TIMMERMAN mo. 771-3186.
opening at noon.
RLTY. BRKR 771-2792 and
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1ft NAS Llll Leslie Caron Mel 771-186L

Ferrer HOUSE FOR SALE Westfield,
j jI NATTC F.B.L Code 98 Jack 4503 Water Oak Lane 2 BR

t, ) Kelley, Katy Crowley HELP WANTED Top pay for IB, Ige fncd lot, 2T A/C,
Hospital Country Music Cara-
MNK I $13,500. 384-4003.
two Sharp Ladles Experienced In
\.\,'\ ..... 'J G Van Pearl- Marty Robbins, Minnie Operation of composition equip-

y ment (Justowrlter, Verityper( ,
Cecil Field When Comedy Was FURN HOUSE FOR RENT 118
r-' Etc.) Fast typists with News-
IRE VIOl King Charlie Chaplin, Stan experience also qualify. Bay St., Green Cove Springs,
paper
Laurel nice IB TV
A/C beutyd, flwers,
Call 359-4040, Mr. Holt, 10-
FlU WAND call JAX 389-0574.
Sunday, July 4 12 A.M. week days.

1 NAS Secret Invasion Stewart

Granger, Raf Valone NEAR NAS furn A/C
y gar apt, ,
FURN APT DOWNTN Jax 3
NATTC Llll Leslie Caron $60. sing per 384-6288-
best
Mel Ferrer rms, bargincityforcouple.
WINSATSEBRING1st Hospital F.aL Code 98 -Jack 12.50. wk pl utiL 388-9886.

Kelley] Katy Crowley 1962 FALCON STATION WAG
and 2nd.In class 1965 Cecil Field BOY 10 Feet Tall- SINGER AUTOMATIC white, 4 dr, A/T, heater, good

Edward G. Robinson, Fergus CONSOLE MODEL cord, one owner, $900. 384-

AND STILL UNDER MccLelland Original price $300, has bal! 2878.

$82. or reliable can assume -
5 party
MNs 2000DfMf Monday, July
$8. mo payments. Sewing
NAS Swlners Paradise Cliff machine makes button holes, FOR RENT 6 Rm Cum house

A RtAl SPORTS CAR Richards, Walter Slezak Zig Zag designs, sews on buttons In Avondale, conv. NAS, school
..d..trtr -.-..... NATTC Secret Invasion Ste- etc. Call 353-1946 dayor & slipping cntr. for appt. call
CONTACT CHUCK SMITH wart Granger, Raf Valone nits, will deliver. Can take 389-3871 after 5:30 Mon-FrU
ATJACKSONVILLE'S Hospital Llll Leslie Caron older machine In trade. A-1

Mel Ferrer SEWING MACHINE CO.
EXCLUSIVE Cecil Field Country Music Need a Home? See HAROLD E.HAGLUND. .
MG-AUSTIN HEALEY DEALER CaravanMartyRobbinsMin- BLDR. 1716Hwy.l7,
NEW CARS MILITARY DISCaJNT ;Orange Park.
nie Pearl Normally one
GRAND PRIX MOTORS Factory drive outs,save available or under construction
Tuesday, July 6 hundreds, Write Mr. WilliamsP. 264-2424.

COiOR 4846'Phillips Highway. NAS Moon Is Blue William Florida.. O. Box 2177, Jacksonville

FLORIDA I Phone 398-6971 Holden, David Niven FOR RENT 3939 Boone Park
NATTC Swingers Paradise -
Ave. clean, 4 Rm garage apt,
Cliff Richards, Walter Slezak FOR RENT 2 BDRM duplex
$60. 4 Rm lower $50. EV 7-
Hospital Secret Invasion Ste- apts. New painted $60. & $65. 3356.

wart Granger, Raf Valone mo. water, sewer & garbage
Cecil Field F.B.L Code 98- furs Call 781-1723.

Jack Kelley, Katy Crowley
FOR SALE: Tavern Five Rm.

Wednesday, July 7 ACK Reg.Black Min Poodle Male house Good Business By Owner

NAS Truth About Spring 2 yrs. old $70. Call 388- RA 5-9743 or 724-7288. 10503

Hayley Mills, John Mills 7676 or 771-7265 after 6 P.M. Atlantic Blvd.

,NATTC Moon Is Blue William I
Holden, David Niven
"We love families realties love "
us ,Hospital Swingers Paradise Would like ride or will consider
PHILIPS HIWAY PLAZA U.S. 1 South
Cliff Richards, Walter Slezak taking a rider from the Beach
OPEN 11 TO 2:15 and 4:30 TO 8
Cecil Field LW-LeslieCaron, area to the Jacksonville Naval
Mel Ferrer Air Station and return. Working
BAKED hours 8-4:30; Mondays through
Two old girls met at a class
CHICKEN with RICE
;Fridays. Call extension 434-
reunion. "What kind of a hus- A
CHOICE OF 2 VEGETABLESROLL 97 "
band do you have? asked one.

& BUTTER "Let'me put it this way," ans- *{FOR SALE lovely 3 BR, 2B,
BEVERAGE, wered the other. "If he mentions ''Brick< Home Central A/C, fenced ..
1 f Daisy In his sleep-be's definitely 'yard, assume'VA mortgage, low
Private Dining' Facilities Avnlable To Groups. talking about flowers." equity.,7673 Rolling Hills Drive,
Brooks. 781-3380.




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Blue Angels, which each.; three billets available at the ::1
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year seek two or three replace- close of 1965 for a demon- I IN MEMORIA :1j
s ment pilots among Navy and stration member public infor- ponents under the single direction
Cpl. Theodore f. Stork USMC j
Marine Corps aviators, will have mation officer, and maintenance of FMF Atlantic. rk
officer. Former Aviation Detachment Lieutenant General Victor H.Krulak. .
Applications are accepted Marine who was killedina plane Commanding General,
WE CAN'FINANCE throughout the year. The selec- crash which daimed the lives of FMF, Pacific will assume all
ANYONE tions, however are made at the 72 Marines at MCAS El Toro, duties and responsibilities previously '
GUARANTEED GOOD USED end of the year because it isn't Calif., last Friday.Cpl. Stark wasa assigned to the CG, Aircraft miBADOR Sgt. Eddie J.
CARS WITH $30. DOWN members dur- member of' the detachment FMF Pacific.
feasible to change Chaplin, Aviation Detachment
SEE US FIRST ing the show season which runs supply branch, for two years before Major General Avery R. Kier, Admin Clerk, checks a copy of
BEFORE YOU BUY his recent transfer'
from February through Novem- CG, Aircraft, FMF, Pacific, his song "Do You StillCareT,
SunshineSTATE ber.Once PROMOTIONSHeadquarters since 1962, will be assigned as which is now in the hands of a
MOTORS an applicant is selected, Deputy Commander, FMF,Paci publisher. Sgt.Chaplin played a
he Is ordered to report In November Marine Corps fic. trumpet in high school and col.
2 LOCATIONS
BLVD. or early December. officials announced last Friday lege, but switched over to the
2253 388-1564 BLANDING that 135 Marines previously NAVY DI electric guitar about five years

7406 N. MAIN ST. Requests should be forwardedto selected for staff noncom- Sgt. Robert Bergeron of the ago. After graduating from high
'768-1383 : Offlcer-in-Charge, Blue missioned officer ranks will be Aviation Detachment Training school at St.Helena Island,S.C.,

.. Angels, NAS Pensacola. promoted in July. Branch has the distinction of Chaplin attended S. C. State
The Marines to be promotedwill being a Drill Instructor for the College at Orangeburg before
have a July 1 date of rank Navy. Sgt. Bergeron Is currently entering the Corps in 1958.
and pay allowances beginning that Instructing approximately 60 What are chances of'gettingthe
date. Promotion breakdown is: Navy Reservists in the fine arts song published? "I'm keeping
12---1st sergeants sergeant of marksmanship, close order myfingerscrpsseaV'
-MDflEY major,. none remain to be drill and military courtesy and said.

promoted discipline.the NARTU men wllj
12-master sergeants to climax their six-week training Washington. The supper will be
LOUNGE & PACKAGE STOREGO ,master gunnery sergeant, period by firing the M-1 rifle followed by a visit to the his-
none remain to be promoted. for qualification at the Camp toric Washington Marine Bar-
50---staff sergeants I to gunnery Blanding rifle range.DIVISION racks where the Association
GO DISCOTHEQUEIDANCING sergeant, cutoff precedence members will be the guests of
number Is 1255, REUNION General Greene at colorful Fri-
UNTIL 2 AM i
Sixty-one' remain to be pro- Plans for the 11th Annual Re- day Evening Parade.

LADIES NIGHT EACH moted. union of the 3rd Marine Division The reunion will end Sunday
61-- to staff ser- morning with memorial ceremonies -
sergeants have been
THURSDAY EVENING. Association Inc., announced -
geant, none remain to be that at the Marine Corps War
MIXED DRINKS FOR LADIES by organization'sofficials.
promoted. Memorial In Arlington Vs., to
PRICE
HALF
Promotions of aU Marines pre- The Association Is comprisedof honor the Division's dead, and a
3909 BLANDING BLVD. viously selected for master personnel who have served visit to the graveslte of the late
sergeant and 1st sergeant have with the 3rd Marine Division President John F. Kennedy.
CASE LOTS AT COST +. 10%: ,DRIVE-IN SERVICE already been effected. since It was first activated The 3rd Marine Division has
during World War IL the distinction of being stationed
CONSOLIDATION
Nearly 500 veterans and their overseas during most of Its existence -
Marine Corps Commandant, families are expected to"attend! .
r General Wallace M. Greene, Jr., the four-day reunion being held It was first formed 1 in 1942
: Z? Z-/ last Saturday announced the con- at the Marriott Twin Bridges and: saw duty at Bougainville,
solidatidn of the Corps' two ma- Motel in Washington July 22-25. Guam and! Iwo Jima. The Division -
jor Pacific Commands effective Commandant of the Marine was deactivated in 1945.
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC July 1. Involved are FleetMarine Corps, General Wallace M. During the Korean Conflict,the

Force, Pacific and Aircraft, Greene, Jr., will be the featured 3rd Marine Division was reactivated -
Fleet Marine Force, Pacific. banquet: speaker. His appearance However, the Korean War
The two Commands are being will mark the fifth timeIn ended before the Division againsaw
in order the combat Since that time
merged simplify as many Washington reunionsof duty. ,
structure and command relationsof the Association that a Com- the Division has served continuously -
Fleet Marine Forces, Pacific, mandant of the Marine Corps has In the Western Pacific.
and! to more closely integrate Marine been present. Elements of the 3rd Marine
ground and aviation com Slated on the reunion's special Division are today engaged in
ponents. The, same general events program Is an all-day protecting American installa-
organization has been in effectin boat trip to Marine Corps tins in the Republic of Vietnam.

the Atlantic for severalyears, Schools, Quantico, Va., which JUMPERSThe
with both grand ,find air-com; "W end with a buffet supper In U.S. Marine Parachute

ri .%,.H't II .. ....WiII IiII Team has won the title of the
M an United States Parachute Team,

iL rc ROR -r1 In a Marine Corps/Army com-
petition held at Lake Elsinore,
California, on June 19 and 20.
In a two-day elimination meetto

determine the team to repre-
Ih sent the United States in the
I cL 8R 2 Adriatic Cup Competition, the

I'.,, Marine Team defeated the
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:.! Army's GoldenKnightsby a score
I.r of 4,017 to 3997. The Adriatic
Cup Competition will be held at

PATIO 0 Portoroz Yugoslavia, July 4
thresh July 12.
Last week's elimination was
UR h scheduled by the Army and the

Model,B 1 Marine Corps at the request of
the Parachute Club of America
Country six. oMn kHctitfi cen be .. ...... to with after the MarineCorpsteamwon
pride. Mom can stand of.... large double sink and International standing In Brazil
view the company coming around the corner.Gather in late April It was there,duringthe
in its 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths and its a fine harvest International Military Sports

.family Jiving.BE. Council parachute meet, that the
Marine! Team upset the defend-

: LL.A.tEl:: :: ; Electrician SPOT School- When last Pfc.month Dennis he Llth had, right three reported strikes against to Aviation him. meet.ing French champions to win the

First it was a difficult school, and to complicate matters further,
I :H03E: ':BUILDERS:: INC: his Brother Sgt. Thomas Lish left, was an AE School instructor To The Marine Team, headed by
put more 'frost on the cake, word had come from their parents, Captain R.A. Mathews, Jr., includes -

You are cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience Mr. and Mrs. George Lish of' Rupert Idaho, that Dennis must "do Master Sergeant R.L.
3x 1 10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. #21)) well in his shtdies". Pfc. Lish had news 'for everybody after completing Myron, Staff SergeantD.P. Becker -
his third week exam: He made 100% Sergeant E.A. Mlkelaitis and
Corporal T.A. Dougher.

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&ftball *v& 2* < & XVva "< i Golf Trophy Sports

Results ; #* i* f% rr ,
.1 Steaks Awarded
.t Shorts
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HATIONALJILEAGUEMonday At NATTC The Florida-Georgia Interser-

1679th 9 VP-45 1 ; .J. vice Conference swimming meet
Amid triumphal ,
laughter
IMARTD 19 Hospital 9 be held this
scheduled to past
shouts of of
Jubilation, vows
((6th inning) VAP-62 CinchesPennant "wait until next season." and a Saturday at the NAS Jax Indoor
INAMTG 4 supply 3 Pool was postponed due to alack
sizzling steak dinner, the Spring
Tuesday, June 22 In American IM I Cup was presented to Naval Air of entries. The swimming meet
1 f League Technical Training Center's Support has been rescheduled for late
O&R 16 AMD 2 July or early August with the
Service golf team number
Supply 3 VP-45 2 Heavy Photographic Squadron 62 has cinched first place In the Intramural one, June 23. hopes of obtaining more entries
679th 10 MARTD 6
American Softball With Second for the at that time.
NARTTJ 8 NAMTG 5 league. only one game remaining place trophies
at press time, VAP-62 had a 15-2 record while 2nd place VP-30 Intramural spring session were *
Wednesday, June 23O&R sported a 13-4 record with each team having only one more game presented to Support Service golf
to be played. team number two. Anyone Interested In playing
1 NARTU 0 for the Jax Navy Tennis Team
cinched the
They pennant last Both teams won 10 games and
Hospital 7 AMD 0 Wednesday with a 6-2 victory NARTU Wins lost three during the season which In SixthNavalDistrlctTennis

AMERICAN LEAGUE over VP-30. Jim Shadburn got began February 23. However, Tournament on July 14-1'1shcWd
credit for the deciding victory Two, Drops One SS #1 defeated SS #2 In the play contact the NAS Jax Athletic
Monday, June 21 with a respectable threehitter.In off June 14. In third place was Office at ext. 585 as soon aspossible.
his total In IM Softball ] There will be"Seniors" a
VAP-62 13 Admin 2 bringing season record 55###3.
division played during
to 13-2. Shadburn struck out Commander G. A. Sundquist,
VW-4 8 Marines 0
VP-30 11 Communications 0 six batters. The Naval Air Reserve Train- Jr., NATTC's Executive Officer, this tournament. To be eligible
Leonard Hash provided the Ing Unit played several exciting presented the trophies SS #L to enter Senior play, the player
(5th Inning)
( binb-
have reached his 40th
FAETU 12 Dispensary 10Tuesday necessary power with a three- ball games In Intramural play Captain C. G. Strum, CommandIng must
c forthrce night at the plate while this past week. In play last Officer of NATTC, presented day by August L There will be
June 22 Dave Anderson pitched In with Tuesday, NARTO whipped the Naval the trophies to SS ###2 at the steak both single and doubles matches

Admin 7 Marines 5 a pair of singles. The VAP-62! Air Maintenance Training -inner- -_ In both divisions.
FICEUR 13 FAETO 2 team erupted for five runs In Group 8-5, with the big hit
FICEUR 10 Weapons 0 the 4th Inning to put the game on being a grand slam homer by Mike LATE MODELSTOCK
Ice. John Deflore struck the big Lemmon for the reservists.
Wednesday, June 23 blow In the 4th Inning with a Harold Gulden gained the victory

Admin 10 FAETO 8 triple off losing pitcher Ralph while Howard Maddox took the CAR RACES
Kinman. loss.
Communications 16 VW-4 8 Annual 4th of July
The league winners bounced Wednesday evening saw
VAP-62 Dispensary 6 10, Weapons VP-30 2 8 back with an explosive attack on NARTO lose a squaker to C&R Ga. and Fla. Championship: Race

the Dlspe ary's pitching staff 1-0 In an errorless game. Don 1955 THRU 1962 MODELS
the following night In a game Stewart allowed the reserves just 60 LAP FEATURE

lax Softball called after 4 1/2 Innings with two hits, a triple by Gulden and SATURDA Y NIGHTTIME
the score VAP-62, Dispensary Sid Moore's single. C&Rcollect
0. Abe Fennell was credited with ed only four hits, and scored the TRIALS 7:30 RACES 8:30
Standings a two-hit shutout, contributed winning run on alert] baserunnlng .
to his own cause with a pair of by Bill Aaron who stretched a JACKSONVILLE SPEEDWAY.
AMERICAN LEAGUE doubles. Leonard Hash chipped single Into a double, took third

v AP62 152YP30 In two double and scored three on a passed ball, and,scored the 5780 LenOX Ave. '/* Mile.off Normandy,Blvd.' -.0
runs. Ken Barnes also collected winning runwhenWetzalexecuteda
134FICEUR two doubles while Jack Thomas perfect squeeze bunt.NARTO .
124VW4
and Dave Anderson rapped two- bounced back to win
124ComlIl1nIcatlons base hits. their game Thursday evening In a

Marines 6-n 11-5 With one game remaining, the different sort of game, won by JACKSONVILLE TRAILER AAARFS
pitching honors go to Jim Shad- one run also. George ,Innes
Dispensary 511Adm burn with his 13-2 record. Abe slapped a basesloaded homer and
in 4-13 Fennell sports a 2-0 season. This Sid Moore chipped In four hits
MHUeHomeWHY
Weapons 313FAETIJ Is only half the story of VAPs to beat the 679th's Evans by a 13-
2-15 success on the diamond this year. 12 score Inawlldballgamewhich

NATIONAL LEAGUER Batting averages revela that four saw Harold Gulden bring his won-
men on the team are currently lost record to 12-5 for the season
: 143ComFalrJax hitting well over .400. with a victory In relief.
133NARTIJ


125NAMTG 98679th 8-9 Jax Speedway To Feature

Supply '1-10

Hospital-45 610VP 611MARTD 611AMD Championship Racing Sat.

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314r
The annual Fourth of July '55 Chevrolet; Cecil Sommers,
Georgia-Florida late-model '56 Chevrolet; Tommy Brun-
r==J1h.e I stock car championship race will son.. '60 Ford; Red Klght '56
be staged at the Jacksonville Ford; Don Tomberlln62 Chevrolet
ornoisSouth ; Speedway Saturday evening. ; Bill Shurling. '55 Chevrolet
LODNG-E' Highlighting the evening of racing ; Tom Perry; '55 Chev
will be a sixty-lap feature rolet.
side's Beautiful event which will see some of The Florldacompetitionwillbe
Cocktail Lounge the Sooth's fastest stock car provided by David EzejU who has
drivers. The feature event will won five straight races at the
EVERY NIGHT 8-2 A.M. be proceeded by two ten-lap heat local Speedway in his silver '55
2 BIG BANDS races. Chevrolet. Also driving a '55
?
No Stops Strictly Swinging Time trials at the half-mile Chevrolet will be EWon Yar- RENT .
official track will begin at 7:30 borough who recently raced at
P.M. Racing will start at 8:30 Atlanta, Georgia. Other Florida, WHEN YOU'RE TRANSFERRED
DANCE CONTESTS P.M. drivers are Rod Eufenfield, '56 ;TAKE YOUR MOBILE HOME
Ford, Jack Ethridge,'57 Chevrolet
WITH YOU PAY ONLY .
The Jacksonville Speedway, '
58 Ford
MONDAY 'WEDNESDAY ; Jimmy Capps, ;
FRIDAY SATURDAY described by its management as and Ronnie Patrick, '62 Chevrolet.
being ore of the "South's fastest BIG SELECTION 10 Ft. & 12 Ft. WIDES!
featuring tracks, Is located at 5730 Lenox Many other drivers will participate .

-LATINTWIST Avenue, one-quarter mile off and: the track management ..
FOXTROT Jitter-bug Service JACKSONVILLE
Boulevard.
Normandy expects a field of 25 or more cars
JERK personnel with ID. cards are admitted for the feature event. NEW

for half price. 10 FT. WIDES
EVERYBODY WINS! Heading the list of Georgia TRAILER MART
drivers entered In the race If Whatever happened to that won with LIVING I I ROOM
.Frank Brantley of Savannah derful type of woman who couldn't Tilt-Out Increase.

733-9992 or 733-4431 Georgia, driving a '62 Plymouth. stand a man underfoot when she 5887 Roosevelt Blv .. LIVING AREA,
5916 PHILIPS HIGHWAY Also included In the Georgia was doing housework?
competition are Kruger Johnston Indianapolis Star.



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CF Takes Three from Sanford; Errors, Hitting COLUMN LEFT



Moves Into Conference 2nd Slot Cost Jax Navy By Dave Colby ,.


Cecil Field's varsity Softball team moved Into undisputed posses- Two Conf. Games This year has brought some changes for College All-Star football

sion of second place in the Southern Division of the Fla/Ga Inter- coach Otto Graham.
service League on Saturday by taking NAS Sanford in a trlple-beader, Tough pitching and sloppy So far this year Graham has been promoted to Captain at the Coast
I "-6, 2-lard 32. fielding led to Jax Navy's down- Guard Academy where! he is head football coach. Another turn in
weekend when
fall this they
The three game affair came past Graham's football life is that
CF Softball met Glynco Navy at NAS Glynco. In the bad and Is still
about due to previous games being this year he has what is expected years
both ends of a
They dropped the opposition honest.
rained out Results to be one of the finest cropsof keeping
In the first game, which went doubleheader to the home team football players ever to playin If last year's champiomhlpwlnby
by scores of 2-0 and 62. the Browns proved anythingit
eight innings,Don Bower scattered the Chicago classic.
nine hits, struckout six and Marines 13 MID 7 Profit limited Jax Navy to one But one factor in Graham's was that a defense could not
Issued three walks in going the Supply 13 VU-4 3 hit in the opener, a first inning, football life that has changed be keyed in before the game to the
route for the victory. The Raid- VF-174 11 Supply 7 single by Willie Miller of NATTC. Is Lou "The Toe" Groza. The Browns' offense. This was some-
ers had to come from behind in Admin 8 A-45 3 Don Stewart of Q&R limited the "Steady Eddie" of place kicking thing the Colts coaching staff and
VA-44 6 VF-174 5 Glynco nine to five hits, three of other football experts previously
the bottom of the sixth Inning to will once again be in a Brown
, tie the score at six all, after A-44 8 Admin 2 which were grouped in the second uniform for the All-Star game. thought.
some shaky fielding in the top VA-45 7 VFP-62 3 inning to produce a run. Several Groza is of the type that lulls This 32nd Annual College All-
half of the inning had led to three Public Works17 VPF-62 7 mental lapses on the part of Jax a quarterback to sleep at night Star game is going to be billed
Sanford runs. Shoaf, Nun and Marines 19 VU-4 7 fielders aided the cause. with game winning field goals and before hand as one of the best
Bower each had two RBPs and VU-4 10 MiD 7 Glynco scored the other run in extra points. He probably did ever and by all rights it should
Beasley drove in one. Mutt's VF-174 17 Marines 9 the sixth inning when their big this for Graham when they be.What

second RBI, in the bottom of Weapons 15 AMD 7 first baseman, Baughan, played together In Cleveland.Last the All-Stars need, if any-
the eight! was the deciding one, V A-45 16 Public Works15 slammed a double into center year Cleveland residents thing, is time time to put
when he singled with a runner Supply 16 VFP-62 4 field.] Klomaim of the Hospitalteam and Brown fans relived the old < some order into their wealth of
Admin 14 Supply 1 booted the ball in center, material.In
Shoaf
of
on third and two out. memories championship days
and Beasley paced the Raider \ allowing the runner to advance to when Groza and Graham played the end though it may be

hitting attack: each hitting home- CF Softball third, and! then threw the ball together. Last year the Browns, Graham's old winning teammate,
over,the third baseman's head to of Groza that haunts him at
runs. new, proved to a highly re- ,
which allow the runner to score.In Soldier's Field, Chicago.Pat .
In the second game, was Standings spectabled Baltimore team that
played in 45 minutes, all the the nightcap, Jax Navy pass defending is one of the keysof Donnelly,, who played
scoring came In the first inn- L'': started the scoring with a pairof championship'football. behind Staubach as a fullback and
Ing. Sanford's talley came on a TEAM W runs in the first inning.; With People who follow)' football are lived behind him when it came

walk, a wild pitch and a base hit. VA-44 2 0 ;: one away, Willie Millerslammed saying there is one thing Graham time for football honors at the
Cecil got their two runs on two Weapons 1 0 a triple and scored Jackson's: has this year that he has not had Academy, will be In his same
hits, and:! a Sanford error. With Admin 2 1 single. tones hit double, puttingmen In the past, is beef of pro caliber position for the ,All-Star game.
runners! on second and third, left VA-45 2 1 on second and third. Cox for his line, and that this beefis Donnelly is perhaps the most
11 bunt Marines 2 1 hit a single to drive in one run and under-rated
has
fielder Blackman pushed a football wise to the tricksof player Navy ever
VF-174 2 1 Manes walked to load the bases.
through a drawn In Sanford Infield the pros. There are several
Public Works > 1 1 However, Rada flew out to the had.His
feats while
and both runners came across. linemen in the All-Star camp of playing at
After the first inning Cecil Supply ",. ,2 2 center fielder to end the, threat the Dick Butkus class. Annapolis are equalized only by
failed to get a runner on base, VU-4 2 2 and Jax Navy's scoring in the The AU-Stars are also the former Heisman Trophywlnner -

and Sanford only had two men VFP-62 ,, 0 3 game. Winning Pitcher Berrell scheduled: to have a good supply Joe Bellino; both are the
stranded. These In the AMD .0 3 allowed to single through the final three
coming of quarterbacks with plenty of only Navy players to score
sixth and seventh innings. Al six innings. college seasoning. These footballers touchdowns against Army.
Lane was the winning pitcher, Ray Meadows pitched the come in the shape and Donnellv finished in the top 3
'" allowing three hits, walking two second game for JaxNavy and the form of Rodger Staubach, John percent of this year's graduatingclass
f- and striking out two. Special Services at Cecil Field ComFalrJax hurler experienced Huarte and Craig Morton. and is destined for VietNam -
I The final game was decided has ask that sailors using the Auto difficulties with the stubborn The quarterbacks should have sometime after the AllStargame.
I
I in the bottom half of the sixth Hobby Shop be remind they may Glynco hitters. Ms was touched some good targets In Jack Snow Donnelly is now ensign
Inning when Raider first baseman only leave their cars In the for nine hits and! six runs through and Fred BUetnikoff. in the Navy's Civil Engineer

Beasley, hit a ground rule garage area for 10 days.A 5 1/2 innings of play. But what appears, at this early Corps. He will join a Seabee outfit -
double with the bases loaded. sticker required to ]leavea Jax Navy, a glutton for punishment date, to pose the biggest problemfor after going through survival
He also walked and scored on) an car' in the area for the 10 day stayed on in Glynco to take Graham is going to be to geta training in California.

error by the Sanford catcher in period.' After the expiration of on the local team Saturday in a defense to jelL Graham's defensive Staubach, the man in front, is
doubleheader in the
: the fifth. this sticker the car will be not counting backs are going to have scheduled to go to the Navy Supply
Al Lane got credit for his second towed away by Security. Florida Georgia Interservice their hands full trying to hold Corps School Athens Ga.
win of the afternoon, having Conference Again they wound upon Cleveland flanker back Paul War-
the short end of 3-2 and 2-0 Another irony about these two
relieved Fred in the
Kight top field and end:! Gary Collins. Then athletes careers is they are both
and
of the fifth scores ,again good Glynco
there Is the thinking man'squar- Ohio
products Staubach
; played
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pitching poor fielding
terback for the Browns Frank
high school ball in
the difference. Cincinnati
meant Batting
t Ryan with a PhD tacked after
Donnelly at Maumee.
"WkCQIt& took real after
averages a dip
(
his name. And what can be said
the second doubleheader when a But the best way to end the twoplayers'
about Jimmy Brown other than
count through the scorebook parrallel is to point out
AT what that he saved the Browns
showed that Jax Navy had collected that there w as no ivialry between
from a near complete collapse
WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN; INC' Just 14..hits! in four games. the two at the Academy. They
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roomed together, and Donnelly
lAX NEWEST
AUTHORIZED
DEALER4TH stated there
was no jealousy over

OF JULY SPECIALS MONEY IN 1 DAY the ceived.publicity his roommate re-

63 FALCON Auto/Trans.. R&H. . . .$1095
The fullback said about the man
63 MONZA Auto/Trani. . . . . ST095 S25 to $600 in front, "It's enough of a thrill

63 COMET Auto/Trans., R&H. . . . $$1195 for me to just be on the same

ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE team with Rodger.
1959 VOIKS SUNROOF. . . . . .$795 And so the Navy goes into the
Just and
Cash for phone tell us
1960 VOLKSWAGEN SEDAN R&H . . .$895 any purpose. All-Star game on the right foot.
how much want. Pick the cash at
1961 VOLKSWAGEN, Red Extra sharp . . .$995 you up your
1962 VOLKSWAGEN, Extra clean . . ... .$1150 convenience. Same-day service.
1963 VOLKSWAGEN, R&H WSW lots of extras... $1295 HONDA
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State Names Two-Week Period lax Bowling ; 7 '

Results _

ITo| Train Unleashed Deer Hounds AMERICAN LEAGUE I a

Playboys 3 3rd Crewman 1
TALLAHASSEE -- Deer hunters will have an opportunity to train ComStore Five 3 Needlers 1
unleashed deer hounds prior to the 1965-66 hunting season. A special Lilly's 4 ,Cannon Cockers 0
deer hound training season was established by the Game and Fresh Electrons 4 Eagles 0 r
Water Fish. Commission at a meeting Tallahassee,June 23, accord- Neptunes 3 Flag Staffs 1
Ing to O. E. Frye, Director.Frye Cloak & Daggers 3 Chiefs 1
said, "Deer dogs may be cond Conservation District, pro- Riggers 4 AOMD 0 -
allowed to run free for training vided the hunters obtain a per- Guessers 4 Doctors 0 a/ be
purposes during a two week train- mit from the Commission prior to k
Ing period beginning October 16, hinting. In the Third Conserva- CONTINENTAL LEAGUE
In the First, Second Fourth and tion District hunters may use Rockers 4 Avions 0
Fifth Conservation Districts. dogs and a .22 rlmflre pistol or Plzzans 3 Paymasters 1
The training period In the Third a .22 rlmflre single-shot rifle, Trailer Sailors 3 Poli Grips 1
District begins one week later on and no permit Is required.In Cursors 3 Vultures 1
ITJO MKEHARTfeprcMntodaFlMtAirWng. Beve ...... *..*.
October 23. other action 2 BB Stackers 2
the
Commis- SkyWarrlors Ing him for hit efforts as militant coach of the last Navy Swim
Other changes In the regula- sion approved a budget of Owl Hoots 3 Army AFES 1
Chief Staff
Ward
Team (for the past year. Captain J. R. of. at
tions adopted at the meeting are expenditures $3,481,289 for the Thunderheads 3 Tipplers 1
FAVV ll 1 and sponsor of the team, and team members smile their
as follows: fiscal year 1965-66. Elected W. Mix Masters 4 Spoilers 0 approval for the young coach who departed Monday for the
Boats used for taking wildlife B. Copeland,Commissioner from NATIONAL LEAGUE Mediterranean aboard the F. D. Roosevelt.
or fish In Brow ard,Collier,Dadeor the Second Conservation Dis-
Palm Beach counties must flya trict as Chairman and appointed AEWRON 4 Sidewinders 0
safety flag ten by twelve InchesIn 0. E. Frye, Commission Director Spartans 3 1/2 Five Sharps 1/2
size and ten feet above the Rejects 3 Airmen 1
bottom of the boat. This flag Is The Commission also approveda NCOs 3 Sky Warriors 1 SHRIMP DINNER
not required 'when boats are continuation of the Florida Mixers 4 AOMD 0 99
operated In canals at least fifty Fishing Derby and fish tagging Paymasters 3 Marines 1 '
feet wide or where there is unobstructed program for 196566. Awarded CPOs 4 Warriors 0

visibility for at least contracts for grazing )leases on Pelicans 4 Presagers 0 OPCNBAflLYilTp.M.+ W. Mall. a Sp.cl.lfy.1. .
100 yards from any point of the Cecil Webb Wildlife Management 11:30: A.M. TO .

approach.The Area in Charlotte County Jax Bowling CATFISH
use of outboard motors or and a contract for construction of SHRIMP

power boats is prohibited on hunt headquarters on the Ocala HE? .OYSTERS
Lakes Jackson and lamonla In Wildlife Management Area. Approval StandingsNATIONAL $ .CHICKEN

Leon County during the open sea- was granted for the advertisement t, .STEAKS
son for taking migratory water- for bids for con- LEAGUE l'I RED SNAPPER
fowl and the of motorboatsIs struction of dike '
use a to create a CPOs 48-20 TAKE-OUT SERVICE
prohibited at all times on Bear fishing area on the J. W. Cor- Five Sharps 46-26 fJ .BANQUET SERVICE
Lake In Santa Rosa County bett Wildlife Management AreaIn Pelicans 42-26 1C..CH..edS .BUSINESS MEN'S
Persons dealing In fish, meator Palm Beach County Sky Warriors 43-29 LUNCH
other food stuffs shall not per- The Commission also receiveda 39-29
AirFrames 3438 3LANDING DLVD.ROOSEVEI.T. PHONE 77L5581j
mit any game bird or animal to progress report on the con- Mixers 39-29
be stored on, in or about the pre struction of the Rlchloam Fish
mises where such business in Hatchery and the Lake Griffin CONTINENTAL- LEAGUE
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conducted, except that legally Fish Management project. The Mix Masters 51-21 y ayy qpit-q y tgtf mur *k
taken game may be stored in public Commission also endorsed a resolution Spoilers 49-23
cold storage when packagedor from the Alachua County Owl Hoots 46-22 MAIL
tagged and marked with the Commission to the U. S.Fish and Supply 50-26 ,
name and license number of the Wildlife Service requesting a Cursors 47-25
owner. study of the feasibility of acquiring '
Hunters may take raccoons and Pales Prairie Alachua AMERICAN LEAGUE, r CARWASH

possums at night with dogs County as a wildlife and fish conservation Cloak & Daggers 53-19
and .22 rlmflre In theSe- area.
pistols 45.5-24.5
Eagles OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30: AM-6PM:
Needlers 42-26
SUNDAY 8:30: AM 1:30: PM
3rd Crewman 4329Lilly's -
I CPOsTo Hold
SwimmingMeet 45-31
LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALL SHOPPING CENTER.ON .

NAS Service ROOSEVELT BLVD.
The CPO Wives Club at NAS butterfly breast, and backstroke
Jax will sponsor an Open.'Swim competition. Trophies and prizes Wives BowlingResults EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY
Meet for all dependents on the will be awarded to the top swim-
station from ages 6-16 on Saturday mers In each age group and di- as of 6/25/65 AUTO WAX APPLIED
July 3 from 10:30 a.m. vision. HULLABALOOS 25 7 FREE
WITH CAR WASH!
to 2 p.m. Members of the Jax FUGITIVES 19 13
Navy Swimming Team have been There is a 250 entry fee. Per- VIRGINIANS 16 16
excluded for this meet. sons interested in entering this MUNSTERS 18 14
The meet will be divided Into meet may register with any life- ROGUES 13' 19
four age groups, who will parti- guard, at the CPO pool from now SAINTS 5 27''
cipate In four events free style, until the day prior to the match. Marge Solomon, a 125 bowler
turned In a 194 game 483 set IMPORTANT NOTICE!
Friday Night. Other high games&
Copeland Named Game and sets were Irma Peterson 187-
( 495; Betty Wilkins 176-488; Lil VALIANT"KING
Sadowski. 187-485.

Fish Commission ChairmanTALLAHASSEE WESCONNETTFURNITURE OF THE COMPACTS"SALE

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Is married and
W. B. Cope- erman, Copeland Co.
land of Jacksonville was named has two children.In .
Chairman of the Game and Fresh another action the Commis $1697AFTER
Water Fish Commission duringthe sion named 0. E. Frye as Director 3326 Wesconnett Blvd at 103rd
final minutes of the meetingof of the Game and FreshwaterFish
NEW & USED TV
the Commission in Tallahassee Commission. Frye replacesA. $157 DOWN, 156.80 MONTH
June 23. D.Aldrich the former Director SETS & FURNITUREEASY INCLUDES TAX. TAG AND LIFE INSURANCE
Commis-
Copeland was appointed to the who will coordinate the LIMITED SUPPLY
Commission by GovernorHaydonBurns sions fish hatchery program. CREDIT WILL TRADE
and confirmed by the Frye has been serving In the SPECIAL FINANCING FOR SERVICEMEN
Senate on June 7. In addition to capacity of Executive Director FREIGHT SALVAGE .

being named Chairman, Cope- since January. REPOSSESSIONSBARGAINS
land also serves as the Commis- Frye named H. E. Wallace
II I
sioner from the Second Con- Chief of the Commissions Game I GALORE!
servation District. Management Division as the new mow
Copeland is the President and Assistant Director and Jim COME IN ANC BROWSE I

Manager of Ploof Transfer Company Powell Assistant Chief of the HOURS 9 AM 7 PM
Division as
and Wood-Hopkins Contracting Game Management
Company of Jackson the new Division Chief to replace PHONE 771-0750 r1218 San Marco BUY NOW! 359-2024..
ville. An ardent hunter and fish- Wallace.



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[ Scarbrough Repeats In CF ., : :



J ; Invitational! Golf Tourney vj' I L


' I Navy Lieutenant Bill Scar- tltlon with a low net of 61.
J brough. on ]leave from Sicily, Behind O'Neal's foursome wasa
I'I'I' came from two strokes behind combo from NAS Jax headed
.I' after opening round play, to record by Jax Pro-Greenskeeper Lou
his second consecutive victory Chaffe, who finished with a net
r in the 13th Annual Cecil Field 64.
.. ; Invitational Golf Tournament Finishing third In the weekend _
t held here this past weekend. medalist tournament was Noten
I I I j Scarbrough carded a 76-74.150 Johnson of Naval StatlonMayport
I ; t for the two day 36-hole play to with a 41.38-38.38,154.
top first round ]leader, Bill White Captain S. D. Wright, Commanding :
by four strokes; last year Scar- Officer, Cecil Field, .
brough played the course at a presented awards following the "
sub-pu114l.| conclusion of play. I
r On the first day of play White Winner and runnerup by S
paced the field of 100 with a 37- (flights:

I 37, to hold the lead. But in Sun- Championship: Bill Scar CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
day's wind, White failed tomatchhis brough. 150; Bill White, 153.
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previous effort, as Scar- First Flight: Al Miller, 156;
; brough did, and finished with a Frank Scruby,158. 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
37-42 for the day, while Scar- Second Flight: AlSelman, 155;
brough once again turned in a Dick Cleveland, 156.
38-37 for the championship.In Third Flight: Richard Hobbs

the Friday Pro-Am tourna- 160; Jack Wardell 167. 64 SUPER SPORT COUPE. . . . ... .$2395
ment it turned out that there was Fourth Flight: J. M. Phillips POISED FOR A 'PLUNGE Lovely Straight stick, V-8, R&H, Solid Maroon, Blackinterior,Bucket
no myth behind the local pro 160; C. W. GUI 162.
TV actress Nina Wayne smiles win seats, WSW.
knowing his course, as Roscoe Fifth Flight: Dave Silcox 163;
O'Neal, White, Captain S. D. Don Onstatt, 173. ningly before taking a dip In the 64 CORVAIR COUPE. .... . . . . $1595
Wright and Ltjg. Bill Vincent Sixth Flight: Leighton Smith turf at a secluded California beach. Straight stick, R&H, WSW, solid silver with red interior.,

; teamed to take.that 170 Ron Snyder, 174. extra extra sharp.
up compeBILL'S ; 64 BARRACUDA ..... . . . . .$2395
Seventh Flight Toske,
: Leroy
186; BUI Seymore 187. Sport coupe, auto/trans., V-8, R&H, solid blue, WSW, still
in new car warranty.
Marines 900 Points 64 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN .. . . . .$2595
VAP-62 875 Points 4 Dr., HT, V-8. Auto/trans., PS, Fact. Air, Extra nice. 2 to
t IronmanStandings 679th 850 Points choose from.
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All sports except Softball and 64 BELAIR WAGON . .. . . . . .$2595
NOW OPEN 24 MRS bowling have been figured Into Auto/trans., V-8, power steer., R&H, factory air,still in new
,,: this, the current standings. Upon car warranty.
VP-30 1850 Points completion of the IM softball and 64 BELAIR. ..... . . . . . .$2095
BAR B-Q Hospital 1800 Points i bowling leagues, the winner win 2 Dr., straight stick, 6 cyl., R&H, Fad. Air., Forrest Green,
at its best FAW-11 1100 Points be determined and presented the WSW, Like new.
I Also FULL MENU FICEUR 975 Points trophy for the spring half of 1965. 63 LEMANS COUPE ... . . . . .$1395
4 spd. trans., R&H, WSW, Solid Maroon, black interior.
4 NOW UNDER NEWMANAGEMENT 63 RAMBLER WAGON. ... . . . $1595
r Cross Country 440, Auto/trans., WSW, 6' cyl., R&H, Air
(4 VERN& DEBBIE WEEK Cond.,Jvory qver Blue.
& 63 MONZA COUPE. ..... . . . . $1495
owner operator
6035 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 4 speed trans., R&H solid maroon, Red int., WSW.

63 CHEVROLET 4 DR SEDAN ... . . . .$1495
Auto/trans., V-8, R&H,,Solid Beige,matching interior,WSW.
62 BELAIR 4 DR SEDAN . . . . .$1395
N Auto/trans., V-8, R&H., Solid White with red interior, WSW.

STOPAT 62 VOLKSWAGEN . .. . . . . .$1195
p 4 speed trans., R&H All vinyl interior Solid Beige.
62 IMPALA SPORT COUPE. .. . . . $1695
1' THIS SIGN Auto/trans., V-8. R&H, Ivory over Red, WSW, Extra Extra
sharp.

.. 62 CHEVY II. ... . . . . . .$1195
4 Dr., Auto/trans., 6 cyl., Fad. Air R&H, Solid white, WSW.
.l ti 62 FORD WAGON .... . '. . . . .$1095
3 Straight stick 6 cyl., Heater, Solid blue, WSW, extra extra
clean.

62 MONZA COUPE. ..... . . . . $1395
Especially on 4 speed. trans., R&H, WSW, Solid maroon Black interior.
''tME1 .62 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE . .. . . . .$1695
JULY 4th Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, PS., WSW, Solid white with red in- ,
terior.
alt
62 CHEVY WAGON . . . . . .$1395
Let us never forget how long sought, how Nova Series., standard shift, 6 cyl., R&H, all original,

dearly bought, the first Independence Day yellow, WSW.
61 PONTIAC .... . . . . . .$1495
was nor the freedom and opportunitiesthat Starchief, 4 Dr., Ht., R&H, PS, PB, Auto/trans./ V-8, solid
NEW CARPETS it has afforded us, one and all! white with maroon interior.

61 IMPALA SPORT COUPE .... . . . .$1395,
2 COMPLETE Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, Ivory over turquoise, WSW.
In observance of Independence Day, our bank will 60 GALAXIE 4 DR SEDAN . . . . .$895
18 HOLE COURSES : 'not transact business on Monday, July 5th. Auto trans., V-8, PS., Heater all original, 2 tone paint,
WSW, Extra extra clean.


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