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Creation Date: August 12, 1965
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military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. .

VOL 23 NO. 22 U.S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA AUGUST 12,1965 ;


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Attack Squadron 35 Has New DLA TAXABLEThe :

vides that new dislocation ruling of the allowanceIs IRS pro- Jax Area Aids In


Aircraft Location And COAttack subject to Income ta...

Payments of DLA made on or Viet
after July 1, 1965 will have the Nam Buildup

Squadron 35 was dis- two planes flew to NAS. Jax, tax withheld from regualrpaybutthose

banded at NAS Jax in official where the sqaudron's black payments of DLA made between ,
commands in the Jacksonville ,
Navy area
ceremonies Friday, and is to be panther Insignia was officially January 1, 1965 and July the U.S. military buildup In South Viet Nam. are actively supporting '
re-formed at Oceans, Va., In painted out on the All I.'I'beblack 1, 1965 will have no withheld.
Elements of
the First
Army Calvary Division (Airmobile) arrivedin
midAugust.The panther insignia is the second However, they will be Included on
Jacksonville in recent days for embarkation in shipping for Viet-
last official function of the oldest insignia In contlnous use the W-2 Form as taxable wages.
nam. Various types of fixed and rotary wing! aircraft were flown
squadron in Jacksonville: area In the Navy. I
was the mid-air rendezvous of The new Intruder Is a sub- to NAS Jacksonville and May-

Cdr. Donald S. Ross and Cdr. :sonic twin engine jet equippedwith port for preparation for over-

John W. State over Mayport. extensive radar facilities It seas shipment. This preparation -

Cdr. Ross will relieve Cdr. carries two men, the pilot and the included removing rotary

State as squadron CO Aug. 13, radar officer. 1 blades and encasing helicopters ,

in Oceana. Cdr. Shute.upon being VA-35. the Navy's third oldest in ,material' designed to protect ;

relieved, will report to the sup- Navy Carrier Squadron, had flown diem ff om transportation" : da-

ply tanker. Tallahachie County, the old All! Skyraidcr. (nick- mage. ... :
honieported in Naples Italy.In named "Spad" after the World The Calvary Division units :

the ceremonies Cdr. Ross War I fighter plane) since No- which have arrived at Mayportwill ,I

flew the ABA Intruder, the new vember 1948. The "Spad" has be transported to Southeast

aircraft to be utilized by the seen action In Korea, Lebanon, Asia aboard the USNS Kula Gulf,

re-formed squadron and Cdr. and Is presently being; used in a World War II CVE convertedfor

State flew an AI!!. formerly Viet Nam forcounterInsurgencywarfare MSTS I transport duties, and

known as the ADG,the squadron's and air support. It is die amphibious assault ship, USS

; old type aircraft. the oldest attack aircraft being Boxer.'

; After the aerial meeting, the used by the Navy today. The Kula Gulf, which was only

recently from mothballs
-- removed
arri led:; f;at.;, l Mayport Moo- '
T .Ellison' Assumes
Capt. day. The boxer steamed into ;,
die Florida Naval Station Wednesday -

_, _* 4- afternoon.The .
Command Of Training CenterCaptain MINIBEX 2.65 CRITIQUE RAdm. A.R.Matter, (left), Commander new 1st Cavalry (Airmobile

Fleet Air Wings Atlantic Fleet, pnd VAdm. Charles E. Weakley, ) Division has been called by
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(right), Commander Anti-Submjarine Warfare for the Atlantic, met
Thomas B. Ellison assumed and: designated a Naval Aviatorin Secretary' of Defense Robert S.
command of d U.S.Naval November 1939. Throughsub- with RAdm Robert Gpldthwjaite (center), Commander Fleet Air McNamara, "an entirely new
Jacksonville, for the discussion the
Air Technical Training Center in sequent promotions,he bee a m e on Sub/Air training exercise, approach to the conduct of the .
held last Friday ct NAS Jax.Admirals .
official change of command ceremonies ,a Captain January 11. 1958. land banle." ''''
today. Captain Ellison is married to A
Capt. Ellison relieved Captain the former Virginia Caroline The division, which has a
At NAS Jax strength of, 15, 787 personnel
Charles G. Strum, who will report Griffins formerly of Jackson- more than 400 helicoptersto
uses
to Washington D. C., for ville and Fort Lauderdale,
deliver and to
ten months of various intelli- Florida. They have two children men weapons

gence briefings, protocol counterinsurgency Thomas Griffins, 19, who is a For Minibex the battlefield.. The concept is
CritiqueVice expected to result in
greater
and defense lan- student at the University of Virginia
freedom'of and -
movement exploit
guage (French) schools prior to and: Martha Lea, 8. Mrs. the of
assuming duties In Rabat Morocco Ellison is a graduate of Robert principal surpriseto
Admiral Charles E. rier Commander for Command an unprecedented degree.
as Defense Attache and (Continued on Page 2)) Weakley, Commander Anti-Sub- Tast Group (CTG) 81.4. The airmobile division will allow
Defense Attache for
Air. Captain marine Warfare for the Atlanticand Minibex 2-65 which began with Army commanders. to apply
Strum had served Commanding
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as Rear Admiral A. R. Matter, the planning In early April was decisive firepower and manpower
Officer of KATTC since VP-16 Receives
Commander Fleet Air Wings Atlantic the second of three slmiliarSubAir / in the most critical arena of the
.
August 1963.Captain were at NAS Jax last barrier exercises with the battlefield at the. most critical

Ellison a native NATTC of Battle. 'E' For Friday morning to attend a Cri- primary purpose of providing time. '

Nixon. Texas,reported to tique of the second training exercise Sub/Air training for all participating The division also has much
from the Bureau of Naval Personnel -
Miniature Anti-Submarine units. Although the exercises greater mobility In bad terrain
where he served Director -
as Fiscal Year 65 Barrier Exercise. varied in objectives and than an Infantry division. It can
Officer Performance Di-
The meeting began with an Introduction forces Involved, they had as their operate over an area several

vision. the of Patrol Squadron Sixteen has by Cdr. W.W.Tigham slmlllar secondary purpose the times larger than an Infantry division -
attended
He University been awarded the Battle Jr., who Is the ComF alrJ ax Anti- collection of data in support of ; Lee, in operation against
in 1938 with
Texas graduating a Efficiency "E" for Fleet Air submarine Warfare Officer. Two the Fleet Anti-Submarine Data guerrillas in underdevelopedareas

BOA entered degree.the After graduation and the, Wing 11 for fiscal year 1965. other Falrjax officers, Lcdr. W. Analysis Program (FADAP). or rear area security fora
he U.S.
Navy VP-16. commanded by Cdr. K. Lally, Jr., Operations Control The critique was provided to field army. Airmobile forces
Naval Aviation Cadet Program. CJ. Eadie, competed with the Officer, and Lcdr. G. S. Platt. assist participating units In assessing may often be equivalent to air-

He,..was commissioned Ensign four other patrol squadrons that Sub-Surface Officer, then pre- their Individual perfor- borne units except they can ride ;

-- --rt '- are attached to Fleet Air Wing- sented a narratioh of the exer- mance against the total achieve back from the battle rather than

I Elevea for the award. cise and awarded commendationsas ments. wait for a ground link-up. r

The award is given for excellence a result of Minibex. Two NAS based squadrons pro- The airmobile. division can be

in certain competitive Remarks concerning the awards vided aircraft for the submarine deployed almost twice as rapidlyas
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n r. YI inspections exercises relatedto by two major participants exercises. Patrol Squadron an infantry division, giving it

the Patrol Squadron's opera- Capt. G. C. Cook, Commander Seven had 12 SP-2H 'Neptunes': more strategic mobility. It has

tions. Submarine Squadron Twelve, and participating while VP-16 pro- 333 more aircraft and about 1.550

During fiscal year '65. VP-16, Capt. H. G. Stott, CommanderFleet vided 3 PSA 'Orions. fewer surface vehicles than an

completed transition from the Air Wing Cleven, preceded The Royal Canadian Air Force infantry division.

SP2E "Neptune" to the PSA the "question and answer" per- MP Air Detachment supplied four The new division was formed

"Orion" and since the transition iod. Argus aircraft operating under from resources available within '
they have maintained a six plane Closing remarks and com- the comm and of Wing CommanderA. the Army. Personnel and;) equip- ':

detachment at Kindley AFB, Bermuda ments were presented by V./dll1 Lehn, Commander MaritimeAir ment were drawn from the 2nd
with the additional three \'eakely and RAdm Robert Gold- Detachment. While training Infantry Division and the experimental

aircraft operating fromJackson- diwaitiCommander Fleet Air In l Ilnibex the Anus crews were 11th Air Assault Division

Capt. T. 3. Ellison ville. Jax, who had served as ASV\ Bar hosted by FAW-1L, ft. ennim!. Ga.



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SUNDAY Healthiness Is not always assured by one's robust appearanw I
8:00 a.m. Service Holy Communion The strong looking large man may have a very weak heart. All i
his muscles may be bulging with power except the most Important
... .4ir. 'yMr, 'DEMOCRACY '+ 9:30: a.m. Service of Divine of all---the heart muscle. The man with the outward appear !
Worship Appollo may have the Incipient germs of tuberculosis or the lean tugged
9:30 a.m. Sunday School forages person may harbor the dreaded disease of cancer.
.,, 'l 3 through 16. Bldg. 722
11:00 a.m. Service of Divine Looks are deceptive and It Is because of misleading factors that
Worship delusion. Indeed It Is the '
t2tr many live under a person's false '
r 6:30 pm. Youth Fellowship that Is deadly, for if the truth were known, then some definite security action

would be taken.In .
WEDNESDAY the realm of"splrltual matters the same principle: prevails

4:30: p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal Too person with money and property, fares well enough to say for;
himself: "I I have done well, I am alright and need no outside help from
7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal God or anyone". The muscles: show but It may be that all the while a
1 I weakness exists within. In this state of unawareness he is not conscious
of a lack of spiritual depth.In .
Communion
12:00: p.m. Holy ,
Also on all Holy Days times of stress or strain spiritual power will be needed, but
\ that if In the future
Catholic Services at St. Ed- presumptively he assumes there Is this need,
-rte fO ICArV9 ward's Chapel, NA1'1C and Naval that there will be time enough to call upon God. It is rather shallow
-r/ Hospital thinking to say the least, for one would be just as logical to say that
lie could lift the heaviest weights without practicing from day today
SUNDAY MASS No one builds the body to super strength In one or two "workouts"
and neither does one work up spiritual reserve and strength in a
6:30' a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital moment of crisis. It takes time to tear down the old cells of the
Editorial
9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Ed- muscles and replace them with new and stronger ones.It .
ward's Chapel take thought and time to build strong spiritual cells In our lives
and to bring our souls to maturity. The time to begin Is now, for "Now
Knowledge is Basic. ToolIn DAILY MASS is; the accepted time". t

11:30 a.m. St. Ed ward's Chapel
Combatting Aggressors LBJ Congratulates DOD PersonnelFor
MONDAY & TUESDAY

"" No one realizes more clearly than the United States serviceman Reduction Efforts
4:15 FY65 Cost
that the world is Involved In a great conflict: the strggle between p.m. King Hall NATTC

democracy and communism.We .
all know the conflict exists. Many of us probably wouldn't be FRIDAY Washington (AFPS) President Johnson has congratulated Defense
In uniform If It didn't. But how much more do we need to know about Department personnel for their efforts in saving $4.6 billion during
the conflict? 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital FT65.
There should be only one answer much more! We In the armed The President told the audience attending a Cost Reduction Week
forces have a vital role In the conflict. We pledge to supportand SATURDAY observance, "This Is a record of which you can be proud and for
defend our Constitution. We are the Instrument of security for 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel which this country can be proudof
our nation. We are a shlled against the continuing threat of Com- you and grateful to you." Tank
munist military aggression while the contest Is carried on In other CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY Deep Submergence
areas political, economic and psychological. With Secretary of Defense Ro-
Because we have this personal Involvement, we need to under- 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before bert S. McNamara, service sec- To Offer 5-Mile Pressure
stand the basic facts about democracy, communism, and the clashes Masses retaries members of the Joint
between the systems. It Is important for us to keep Informed about Catechism Classes:Grade School Chiefs of Staff In attendance Annapolis Md. (AFPS) Construction -
of ntulti=million dollar -
world events. We must learn to recognize the relationship of inter- President Johnson presented a
national developments to the conflict between governmental systems. SATURDAY Certificates of Merit to 17 mili- "deep submergence" research
Why must we know all those things? Because we and our allies 10:00 All Saints' tary and civilian personnel, representing complex was announcedby
must stand ready to resist Communist military aggression In all a.m.722. Activities a cross-section of Defense Harold V. Nutt, te.c1ul1caldlrector
, parts of the world. building Department individuals;who of the U.S. Navy Marine Engineering
w We achieve this readiness by learning more about the forces which participated In cost-saving ac- Laboratory (MEL)
threaten us, In order to combat them more efficiently. We achieve tions. here.
this readiness by gaining a fuller appreciation of the principles for TrafficViolations The pressure. tank compile
which we stand. And we achieve this readiness by realizing that, in The President noted that this will stimulate, In the laboratory,
a very personal sense, the fate of our nation and of the free world country will continue to spend conditions of the deepest ocean.It .
depends upon how well we do our jobs. whatever Is necessary for "the will be used to develop and
Getting this knowledge Is the easiest part. All It takes Is a trip to security of our people." proof-test equipment designedfor
the Information and Education Office in your outfit, or the library. The following Is a report of use at extreme depths.
The Department of Defense has long been aware of the need to keep motor vehicle accidents and traf- He emphasized "...we shall Three tanks In the complex will
Its men Informed and has an extensive program to do just that. fic violations for the period August continue to maintain our military create ocean pressure conditions
The Information Is all there, practically at our fingertips. Why 3 through Au ost 9. forces without regard to arbitrary from surface to more than 56,000
wait for a formal invitation to take advantage of It? (AFPS) Number budget ceilings." feet, 50 percent more than the
of AccidentsThis
seas deepest recorded depth

Week August 3 throughAugust9.,5 President Johnson explainedthat They will be built of high strength
those participating In the steel: up to 20 Inches thick for the
Total Accidents this year through savings program have proved that largest tank and have combined
BUY U.S. SAVINGS BONDS August 1965 . 151 economy and efficiency can gohandinb weight of 1.125 tons. will
Number of Accidents through August ? -nd with a strong defense Largest of the chambers
1964. .. 167 id -by-side with our operate at a maximum pressure
Total number of days since last cost reduction measurd." the of 12,000 pounds per square Inch,
Injury in a motor vehicle President said, "our military equal to pressure found about five
accident . . ;\ 25 strength had continued to mount." miles down in the ocean.

J A X AIR *J E WS Number of ViolationsThis To remain strong, the Pres- future Navy submarine planners,:? will realizing godeeP that rand

Week . . .33 ident listed three areas of con- stay down longer, expect the
Speeding . . . .9 centration: MEL complex to help find answers
The JAX AIR NEWS'is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Going Through Stop Sign..1 to many questions concern
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Reckless Driving . . 0 ((1)) outmoded weapons must be Ing the ability of men and, their
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Other Violations .... .. 23 lete replaced by new ones; ((2)) obso- equipment to function at extreme
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Sixteen drivers appeared before must equipment be and Installations depths.
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, the Traffic Hearing Boardat duplication eliminated and ((3)) costly CAPT. B.ELLISONContinued
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before the meeting held on August of effort mustebended. -
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- 10. Disposition of the cases ( From Page l 1))
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. Included the following: eight lost Without
the
Advertisements are solicited by thepublisherandqueriesconcerning driving and parking privileges a- achieved magnificent record 1 E. Lee Hfgh School In Jacksonville
board station for by die Defense Depart- and the University of Geor-
such should be directed to the Holt Publishing various periods; ment In the last four
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida two received suspensions; four ident Johnson years, Pres- gia. and
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. were given warnings; one was be said, "We would Captain Ellison's awards
dismissed Ill-equipped to meet the situation the Wavy
; six were fined (U. decoration include
VOL. 23 NO. 22 AUGUST 12, 1965 S. Commissioner); and one was we have encountered: In VietNam Cross, Silver Star, and Air Me?"
referred to commanding officer or the many other world- with Silver Star-all for during
wide
for possible disciplinary action. commitments we have to the against the Japanese
cause of
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f Ten HAS And NA TIC Chief Petty Officers Sixth Fleet ,Personnel"l Lauded I



/ Receive Warrant Officer AppointmentsBetween After Oil Incident On RivieraEditor's


Working Party With
this October and April aviation electronics field. slow, AECM. The other men are ( Note: The French Snow
1966, NAS JAX and the Naval Air Chief Electronics Technician aU AOCA's. Riviera, one of the nicer liberty ShovelsA
Technical Training Center will Krygler was advanced to his pre- Winslow will be 'Ae first to areas for sailors in the Sixth 135-man working party
loose .ten chief petty officers, sent rate this past June and next ]leave as he'll receive his Fleet, has been having its shareof equipped with snow shovels went
but not to retirement. March be will become a warrant appointment in the avionics field problems during this tourist ashore at 4 p.m. Monday to
Instead these men will be tradIng officer In the aviation electronics this October. A native of Pal atka, season. trap the oil These men worked

their chiefs hat for that of field. Fla., he entered the Navy in 1949. First, the USS Shangri-La, anchored through the night digging more
Warrant Officer. For when the He enlisted in the Navy in 1956, He is married to the former BettyR. 4OOOyards off Cannes, than 20 holes In the beach five
list of personnel selected for WO and he and his wife, Joan have Rutherford of Bluff City,Tenn. accidentally dumped 3,000 gal- feet deep to catch the oil.

came out recently, five chiefs three children. Anderson, a native of Miami, lons of black oil that spread to In the first light of Tuesday
from NASand five from NATTC Miller reported to NAS In 1963 Fla. enlisted in the Navy in the beach area. After this incident morning the entire beach area
had "made the grade." and was advanced in July 1964. 1944, and will become a Warrant but In no connection with was surveyed and the remaining -

Those selected from NAS are: His appointment In the elect- Officer in the aviation ordnance the oil, the area was plagued by oil areas were charted. A
Gerald S. Hollinger, ACCA; ronics technician field will field in April 1966. He and his forest fires that destroyed muchof fresh working party of 100 was
Horace A. Johnson, TDCA; become effective in April 1966. wife, Dorothy, reside In. the resort area. sent in to relieve those who had
Thomas J. Krygler, ATC; Miller joined the Navy in 1956 Jacksonville as does his mother, The following is an account been on the beach all night. By

John E.. Miller, Jr., ETCA; and he and his wife, Velina, Mrs. E. W. Roderigas. of the oil incident, and how what 10 that morning all the oil was
and: Alan II. Smith, ETCA. haye two children.. Rucker, another Floridian,enlisted may have ended in adverse publicity cleared from the beach where
Hollinger, who reportedhere In Another electronics technicianwho in the Navy upon completionof for the Navy In Europe, was the men were working. Local
1962, will receive his appoint- wUlbecomeawarrantofficer Lake Butler Union County High turned Into a successful restoration contractors brough In seven loads
ment as an Aviation Control effective next April Is Alan H. School In 1951. lie will enter the of the resort's beaches. The of sand that was used to smooth

Technician in March 1966. He Smith. Enlisting in the Navy in aviation ordnance field as a W.e.in account comes from the Shang'smonthly the beach over.
enlisted In the Naval Reserve in 1951 he was advanced to chiefin January. His wife, Letha is magazine "News Hori On Wednesday the final clean-

1951 and: after a year of college, January of this year, after also from Lake Butler. zon.") up operations were performed on
joined the regular Navy In 1954. reporting to NAS in 1964. Smithis Enlisting In the Navy in 1951, The Shang's engineering department the final traces of oil
Hollinger is married and has two married and has two children West will also become a warrant wenttoworkearlyMonday The Wednesday edition of the

children. Four Chief Aviation Ordnance officer January 1966. native morning July 12, to repairthe overseas New York Herald Tri-
After being advanced to chiefin Technicians and one Chief Aviation of Alabama, he will serve In the ship's catapult steam lines. bune reported, "American-

January of 1963, Johnson reported Electrician's Mate brought aviation ordnance field. He This work required that a void by lors turned a U.S. (public rela-
to NAS in June of the same credit to themselves and the and his wife, Myrtle, reside in pumped dry. Almost as soon as tions disaster Into what one tour-

w- year. He joined the Navy In training center with their select Jacksonville.In the pumping beg an an engineer ist official called 'miracle' today -
1950 after attending the Collegeof ion for appointment as Warrant March of 1966, Ziegler,will officer noticed the black oil by cleaning up 3,000 gallonsof
South Jersey for.a year. Officer. They are: George B. also become a W.O. In the avia- coming from the ship. diesel oil accidentally dumpedoff
Johnson who is married and.has Anderson, Jr.; Seable P.Rucker; tion ordnance field. Enlisting In The officer had this pumping Cannes beaches by U.S.. air-
two children, will receive his Francis 0. West; Hagood A. the Navy In 1952, he is marriedto stopped within five minutes but craft carrier."

appointment next January in the Ziegler; and Robert L. Win- the former Carol M. already the 3,000gallons of oil Repaired The Errors
Giesbrecht of Vancouver, N.C.
was on the water. Four thou The paper went on to quote the
sands yards away from the ship secretary-general of the Beach

were some of the world's most Operators Association as saying,
LAKESHORE LAKE SHOREBUNDING JDQWNTOWH LAKESHORE valuable beaches the iUvl ra. "They realized a miracle. We
STORE OPEMFRIDAYS= BLVD I. CRISWELL I 501 I W. DUVAL OPEN STORE The oil, could ride in on the tide thought our season was compro-

{ SAN'JUAN COR'I CLAY FRIDAYS and result Indisruptlng the area's mised but In a dozen hours they
SAM UNTIL 8PM_ ')1II.J' TIRE1COMPANY 'Ph .b2 5'' 8AM UNTIL 8.-PM tourist trade and cause
their
; : :1.JJ: ". 'S6 property have been able to repair
T..KS<4+n.w. damage. error."

NEW GUARDIAN 4 Ply Premium Nylons The ship's manpower and resources Admiral David L. McDonald,
were mobilized at once CNO, sent the following messageto

FRESH, NEW STOCK JUST RECEIVED. THEY HAVE THE NEW to combat against the floating the Shang on July 16:
_i WRAP AROUND TREAD THAT GIVES BETTER STEERING CONTROL. oil. Ip less than a half hour a "I have watched with Interestthe
working party was sprinkling 2, development of the oily Incident ;
600x13 700x14 750x14 500 carbonized sand on the oil in Cannes. It is true that
650x13 700 13 concentration. Through this action the commission of errors is a
735x14 775x14
c r- they managed to sink about common human failing that we
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'. He o Of Guam Campaign September Means School .


Assumes FICEUR Post

What You Should Know About BicyclesEditor's
Marine LtCoL James A. Gallo, Jr., winner of the Silver Star
medal for heroism during World War II, has replaced LtCol Lyle

S. Stephenson as Head, Naval Operations Department, Fleet Intelligence ( ( Note -- This is the Soft or rough shoulders, curbs, more than two abreast In a street
Center, turope.: K -rv .vr. third in a series of five articles and guard rails make It Impossible or road.. '. .
LtCol. Stephenson, holder of f e tl taken from the National Safety for a cyclist facing trafficto Bicycles should be walked
the riCEUR position for the past Council Employee Publications yield the right of way to every across busy streets In crosswalks -
three and a half has reported 3k Newsletter.
years { ) approaching vehicle. or at Intersections.If .
to MCAS. Cherry Point, As as the weather is The It is used ,
'PW' <'4. long good, cyclist should use hand at night, the bicycle -
N.C. for duty. Before assuming A and that is most of the year in and arm signals to. warn others should be equipped with
his duties here, LtCol Gallowasan ,. many parts of the country, millions of any Intention to stop'or turn., the proper headlight and rear
operations officer for the 2nd of students will be riding He should never attempt to reflector. .
Marine Division at Camp Le- bicycles to school squeeze In between two lanes of At school as at home the bicycle
jeune. N. C. Parents should be sure their traffic, whether the cars are In should be kept upright In
A graduate of Colgate Uni- children are able to handle their motion or are halted at a stop a rack or with the kickstand In ...
versity, I.tCoL Gallo enlisted In bikes with skill, that they know signal a, designated place so that no
the Marine Corps in December .and observe bicycle regulations Cyclists should never ride one will trip over (It.
1942. Two months after finish- before permitting them to ride
Ing recruit training, he was selected bikes to school.
to attend theojfcer'scan- Studies by the National# Safe-
did ate school at Quantico, Va. ty Council show that It is much
I.tCoL Gallo graduated from DCS 4 better for a bicycle to keep to
in June 1943 and received orders the right side of the road rather
overseas. LlCoL Gpllo than on the left facing traffic.

As a platoon leader assigned to
Gallo served for two years as
"A" Co., 1st Datallion, 3rd Ma-
Asst. Naval Attach'e, Helsinki,
rines in July 1944, then a 2dLt., Finland. As a little boy in a baseball
LtCol. Gallo participated in the uniform discon-
Completing the Amphibious was walking
capture of Guam, Marianas Is- Warfare School at Quantico in solately down the street, a sym- I

lands.In June 1957, LtCoL Gallo reportedto pathic neighbor called out: a .: ...,
one savage three-day battle Headquarters Marine Corps "What's the matter? Didn't the
for an enemy-held hill, his company for a three-year tour. The headquarters game go well?"
was reduced from 230 to tour was followed by "It was a swell game," the .k..n
about 70 men. As the only sur- replied, "but had callIt
two assignments in Norfolk, Va. boy we to
viving officer, LtCol Gallo rallied In the third becausethe
first as an instructor for the inning 1 MIA
his men, reorganized the Landing Force Training Unit, Atlantic parents were rioting.
took the hill under intense -
company, .
and then as a student at family Weekly.
fire and held it
enemy until -
the Armed Forces Staff College.
relieved another unit. for
by Graduating from AFSC In June
this action he was awarded the
1963, LtCoL Gallo was sent ,to
Silver Star medal
Camp Lejeune for a
twoyeartour
LtCoL Gallo's assignmentsafter before reporting to his pre-
AFTER HOURS
World War II included duty sent assignment here.
as an NROTC instructor at the
In addition to the Silver Star,
of Illinois, Shore-
University LtCol. Gallowas also awarded the
party Company Commander at White Rose of Finland by officials ; ,
and instructor DEPOSITORY.ir
Camp Lejeune, as an of that government. Other
for the Marine
Corps'Officer awards earned by the colonel Include -
Basic School
Quantico. the Purple Heart, Presidential i- 1'
In March 1952, after completing t
Unit Citation and the Navy
the Russian Language Jax Navy federal Credit Union '
Unit Citation.
school at Anacostia, Md., LtCol..
has Initiated this new service for

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I I L HAS Jacksonville Civil Service Newsy II I





Board Of U.S. Civil Service Examiners



Announces New Exams Open For VacanciesThe


Board of U.S.ClvllService Engine Worlcer and Airframes years of progressively responsible -
Examiners has new examination Worker. practical experience
announcements open for filling The position of Helper requiresthe which may Include apprenticeship r"r
immediate vacancies In the passing of a written test only. training in the overhaul, repair,
., positions of Helper, Aircraft A completed CSC Form 5000ABis installation and test of a variety
required to file. of major aircraft components,
ssslsiarsss sse s The position of Aircraft Engine such as landing gear hydraulic u

CHURCH OF CHRIST Worker requires at least two ((2)) systems, surfaces, flight con- :
52Z3 WESCONETT BLVD. years of progressively responsible trols, Interior furnishings, etC #
NEAR NAS experience which may In lieu of 'on year of experienceas _ : : ,, E '
JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD. include apprenticeship training defined above, there may be :

SUNDAYS: in the overhaul, repair and testingof substituted: (a) experience in t I j:1Iiy

10:00 A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP a variety of Aircraft engine the overhaul of Internal com- : .
11:00 A.M. WORSHIP components OR two ((2)) years of bustion engines Including aircraft t
7:00 P.M. EVENING SERVICE progressively responsible experience engines.; (b) Completion of six 9 7pE
in the overhaul of Jet ((6)) months training on aircraftat
WEDNESDAYS: engines, at Class 'O !level or a school or repair station approved ; I R G '
7:30: P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE higher. A completed CSC Form by the Federal Aviation
CHURCH PHONE SP 1-5079 57 is required to file. Authority; or (c) Completion of CENTER
MINISTER PHONE SP 1.2646 The of Airframes six months
aircraftat
position ((6) training on
Worker requires at least two ((2)) an armed forces technical Jacksonville, Fla
trade sc'booLApplication

MONTHLY SPECIA Forms 5000-AB SIXTEEN CIVIL SERVICE employees pt the Navjcl Air Technical
and/or 57 should be filed with ,
Training Center received checks totaling over $2,500for sustain
SHRIMP DINNER 99 the Executive Secretary, Board superior performance recently. .
of U. S. Civil Service Exami- The awards were presented by NATTC's former CommandingOfficer
ners U. S. Naval Air Sta- Cjaptain C.G. Strum, to the emplbyees after the training
ALL, YOU CAN EAT tion, Jacksonville, Florida. center's Incentive Awkxrd Committee reviewed the record of their

OPEN DAILY We Make a Specialty I oft For further information regarding performance during the last six months.
11:30: A.M. TO 10 P.M. these positions, see examination Among the recipients were:, (L to R bottom row) Mrs. Doris B.
OATHSIl' Announcements No. Lundblom, Mrs. Florence G. Anders, Mrs. lona N. Thompson, and
SHRIMP AT-3-19-(65)( ) for Helper, No. Joseph A. McManus; (top row), Walter L. Rambow, Mrs. Vergie L.
OYSTERS AT-3-20(65)( ) for Airframes Green, Mrs. Audrey H. FreemanMrs. Margaret O. McCjall, Mrs.
$ CHICKEN Worker. Copies of these examination Bobbie C. Parhpm Mrs. Alice P. Stamps, William M. Ross, Miss
STEAKS announcements are Nora Lee Robarts, and Gordon K. Totten. Employees not shown
t. / .RED SNAPPER available at the Employment Office pre Mrs. Laura B. Harrison. Henry C. Bickner, and Joseph E,

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As night falls and fewer cars "Nighttime accidents account stopping your car. With reduced
use the highway, some motorists for three out of five traffic deaths visibility, recognition of traffic
are lulled into a false sense of and almost half of all pedes- signs and the driver's response to
NEW 1965VALIANT security. Since the chances ofa trians killed in traffic are struck them, Is delayed.
fatal auto accident of a ser- down between 6:00 p.m. and mid- Slow down at night. After
ious injury are greatest at low night," Klamm pointed out. dark, every driver needs the extra .
visibility periods after dark, Edward To help motorists drive safe- reaction time that slower
Klamm, accident preven- ly after dark, the Allstate Safe- speeds allow.
tion director of the Allstate Safe ty Crusade offers the following Base your speed on your
ty Crusade, warns drivers to be tips: headlight range. Headlights can
extra alert after dark. Allow more distance for light up about 350 feet of roadway.
-- At 50 mph you need about 243 feet

y to stop, but at 60 mph, you need
about 366 feet to stop. Overdrive

-'P : ;! your headlights and youTf
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Y a J ff in*trouble.Keep windshield and
your
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headlights clean. A spattered

i windshield magnifies the glare of
oncoming headlights, and dirty

11r headlights visibility. on your car cuts your
INCLUDES:
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.
1759 1 BANK LITTLE RATE OR NO FINANCING DOWN PAYMENT wear sunglasses at night or
SPECIAL DEALS FOR NAVY during low visibility. Look
MORE THAN 200( FINE NEW & USED slightly to the right of oncoming
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Be extra careful passing.
NOW -LARGE SELECTION OF ABC V bT f c Observe the headlight range of
EXECUTIVE CARS, LOW MILEAGE 1 ifl iY 'NJ ,y the cars you're following. Pass

SAVE U P TO $800 ON THESE VALUES vM,, only if the road looks clear.
V uY'w' t Look to the sides of objects
LOT AT sa rather than straight at them focus
DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A of ob-
on the edges or outlines
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jects. are designed to pick
Eyes
SUGGESTION Edgar W. Buell, Overhaul and that way
REVELS up Images more sharply
CLAYTON Repair Department, demonstrating his modified method of secur than by staring head on.
the receptacle on en electricton
,
: actuptor to Captain T. Washing. Avoid steady driving around
Jr., Overhaul
(and REppir Officer. In the plant vibration had driver's
A
bedtime.
usual
Chrysler-Plymouth; Inc. caused the retaining screws tow pway, loosening the receptacle your sharply
alertness level drops
and
COVE SPRINGS FLA. ultimately cpusing short circuiting. Mr. Buell' suggestion about the time he is accustomedto
GREEN
negates this fault insofar as sible., Mr. Buell also submitted a
suggestion to replate actuator cl lutch discs and going to bed.
flange assemblies
only 20 mm.; So. of NAS on Hwy. 17 which had previously been salvo iged. Monetary awards presented Use; your, lights carefully.

PHONE J JAX 264.6555 by, Captain Washington in ,roeo ignition! of the, savings resulting Don't drive after dark unless all
therefrom, totaled $265.OO and signal lights' are
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I Plf Va Ash CJs' New Additions To The Book ShelfWith II


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the college: football sea- coach and a good team to win." By Sharon Arnold, Cecil Field Librarian fl

son only one month away, "pigskin **********
chatter" has started around Lieutenant Junior Grade H. D. THE GREAT: WAR AT SEA: by One ,day Arnolph dedices to GLENN'S AUTO REPAIR:
Cecil Field. One of the big Ard, GMTO. A. A. I Hoehllng. A history of marry. But whom? His friends MANUAL
questions often asked Is, Who naval action 191418. Here Is the advise him to advertise for wife GLENN'S: FOREIGN: CARRE- j

will be the number one team In TENNESSEE"The whole dramatic panorama: of naval in the local newspaper, and the PAIR MANUAL

the nation? "If Ya Ask Us" put number one team...' ,this,, warfare on, under and above next day the advertisement is MOTOR REPAIR MANUAL
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the question to some fans and year will de't. the waves during World War I. answered by a young lady who is AUTO ENGINES AND ELECTRICAL
here's the answers that came out: finitely be one of I Written in a tense, documentarystyle voluptously attractive, delight- SYSTEMS by Blanchard_
Rodger D. Fortney, Per- the schools In I it presents an unforgctt able fully affectionate and fabulouslyrich. i

sonnelman Third Class Per- Tennessee. It picture of the battles, the ships Suddenly the nondescriptlittle Everybody's going so why not
sonnel Office: will be a toss| and the fighting men whose blood clerk finds that his wheelof bring a friend and join in the

ARKANSAS up between reddened the seven seas through fortune has begun to spin at fun at the Summer Carnival ..

"They have been In the top ten Scarrltt and* more than four flaming years of vetiglnous speed. There'll be entertainment, a i

for the past rJ Austin Peay. ARD the Great War. ********** special program and contests for
three or four] ::1' < "" \.' These two big all. You can dream of a fine
years. Always ,t named schools have long been **jc****** If you like to make your own time if, on Sunday August IS,

have played Inj ..., f:' rivals and I expect will have OVER THE: HUMP: by General car repairs you will be interested at 4 p.m. you attend the Summer
one of the Bowls. '.. 1I little competition from Alabama, William H. Tuner the man who in the following books availableat Carnival at the Lutheran Ser-
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I have watched ''. \; Ole Miss, LSU or Georgia Tech. moved anything, anywhere any- your Station Library: vice Center, 19 West Forsyth
them play on <> )//.1 The only other teams that havea time. "The Hump" the extremely AUTOMOTIVE: MECHANICS by Street.

television and dark horse chance outside SEC hazardous, vital Himalayan Crouse .
they looked FORTNEY are Pear River J.C. or Mlll- Airlift of World War II -

preny good. That Is why I feel ageville." had been a graveyard of manya SEGRA YES SERVICE CENTER I
*********** I
they will be number one In the commanding officer, as well
James P. Godlesky, Sea- AUTO-MARINE SERVICE
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Garry D. McCluer, Sea- PENN STATE In the Far East. General Tun- PHONE 389.1161 ._ ''I
man, Communications: ner greatly reduced the accidentrate [ f
"Because I am from Penn-
Body Siop 4 Irvington gt.
OHIO STATE Improved the moral of his '
sylvania I feel i 24 Hr. AAA Road & Wrecker Service
"They will be strong/.. in the that their Improvement battle weary, homesick troops S&I1 and Plaid Stamps
line and they over| and saved many lives. Yet his Mechanical Service Fuel Oil Service Dlal.o.Carl
loss no one in the battle against the incredible odds 17 Marina U-Haul J i
last year's team I Pier
back field. I of the "Hump" is only one chap- Bedy Repairs
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feel that they '1 put ter in this dedicated soldier's Boat gas at Regular Station Prices

will make the I !' ten among teams the In the top story. He was confronted with Now Showing complete 1965 Lino

trip to the Rose "'' -t the problems of the Berlin Air- EvlnrodeThinderbird
nation this -
Bowl In Pasadena '(i- I have watched year. GODLESKY lift and after this came Korea. Boats & t

on New McCLUER: them play many times and they This Is a fascinating study of High MotonEVINRUDE7 Starcraft .

Year's Day. I have a lot of spirit and team- military operations and behind- Low Down PaymentEasy Formula Jr.
presently know eight of the eleven work. That's why I think they the-scense details of how wars Term .., Vlkinf Vela 5
I school with
starters. went to are won.
will be number one In the na-
most of the players. Coach Woody 36 reputation Is your best guarantee of quality service.
Ow year
tion. **********
Hayes Is in for a good year." ********** ill>
**.***..**** THE GREATESTCHALLENGEby
Ensign Thomas P. Connclle,
Victor E. Elnspahr, Aviation Public Works: Martin Caidin. This Is the
Storekeeper Third Class, Ser- story of the greatest challengeman
Mart 75: OHIO STATE has even accepted voluntarily ;;;.::8 C-
TEXAS"I "They're always tough and they ; the dangers of our new

think Texas will come out are capable of| adventures beyond this planet, in BELLAIR I HOME BUILDERS I '.INCModel .
on top, but Notre t winning. I would the manned exploration of space. BY .
Dame and Ne,4. (<. '" like to see one
) \ <1 of the Florida ********** -
braska will givc.i..> j\'J"\ .
them a run for) :1 teams make It, ONCE A GREEK: by F. Duer-
their money. [ ': but I don't think I renmatt. The setting is a small

They have agood j t ,;', 'f they will. Like European republic; the central

coach'and agood, Florida State or character Arnolph Archilochos,
"
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team. The coach EI\NSPAIIR: Florida, but CONNELIEother is a middle-aged junior clerk,
knows what he is than that you are too early t!

doing. They have good offense to really pick a team to place as Ike/ SkYGt
and defense and 'work good as a number one In the nation. I am

team. You've got to have a lot of still thinking of the out come In

team work and spirit, a good baseball." V.


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I" J $
: : : { 9c J6ddQg'aGIFT Salem prints 100% cotton 3GWidth' Mch. Washable was
1. Shoulder Strap Handbag . . . .$$2.99 and $$4.99 RDY ES'A .194 Sale price.29ct$
2. All Wool Skirts . .. . .. $$6.50 or 2 for $$12.00 I Township prints 50fr$ cotton SOfo''/ Avril rayon 36" Width Mch
3. "London-look" all weather coats (zipout lined) $$15.98-$17.98$ j .. SHOP washable was $$1.00 Sale price.594
JO
FOOT WEAR NEEDS
$ S Sailcloth lOO/o/ cotton 45" Width Mch washable was $JLOO Sale
4. Sweaters wide selection of styles . . .. $$3.99 WE HAVE EVERY STYLE 7
5. Stretch Caprls . . . . . . $$3.99 THAT IS IN WITH THE SCHOOL price.634$
6. Blazers all wool, fully lined .... ........ .... $$11.98 CHILDREN SINGER .
7. Total look sweaters and socks sets ... ..$$5.99 to. $$7.99 ONE LOW PRICE This Offer Expires SEWING CENTER t!)


SCHOOL BELLESand NEW IN JACKSONVILLE..BUTNOT

n Big ig Men on CampusStop WELCOME NAVY! Special a 1 IN FLORIDA!

by Underwood's' for these Important -
items before you go back k to school: 3.88 ROOSEVELT
Roosevelt Mall Barber Shop IMPORTED special HOEf-; GATEWAY
'Famous' Name Watches fron) $$20 A $ $ MALL. 1D SHOP CENTER
-Alarm Clocks and Travel Alarms from $$5 Antron nylon shell
A GREAT BACK-TO-CA :
-'Pen and Pencil Sets from $$5 ,
SERVICEWE hallmarks of a fine: $5 Knit 'top with short
JARMAN AND HUSH PUPPIES SHOES FOR MEN!
styles. Choose from bad ip. Hand-wash'
UIMIM U ) green or yellow.Sizes grey 36 \\ aqua, gofct beige, AMERICAN GIRL -GOBBLERSNATURAL BRIDGE
.. Charge orBudget KNOW "' or black. Sizes 34- VALENTINEHUSPUPPIES SUMMERETTES FOR
Terms HOW, TOO time Sportswear Women STORYBOOK and ACROBAT For children!


SMOKED CANDY BRIGHTENS ROOSEVELT MALL BACK
BACK TO SCHOOL EXPENSES GOT YOU DOWN? ffahfabtia TO
HAMS 49c BOX. 3 : SCHOOLSALE
FOOD COME IN OR CALL CAR WASHOpen
LB.. DELICIOUS BUT
SHANK CUT
Advance Loan & Finance CorporationIN Monday Saturday 8:30: AM 6: PM SPECIAL 60 Inches Wide
BUILDERS. CI
THE MALL "SPECIAL" COUPON WORTH SOc) OFF Regular 4.98 yard value S 5 0
DIXIE CRYSTAL
FAIR PAST COURTEOUS CONFIDENTIAL A CAR WASH ANY DAY EXCEPT WED. BONDED KNITS 2
In The Roosevelt Mall Shopping Center.
SUGAR 49*'; /) .
PHONE 387-7453 \ /) EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY 100%Orion face YD
RlJ -100%Tricot Lining
5 LB. BAG I I AUTO WAX APPLIED .Vashable
Loans To $$600.00 V FREE F WITH!! CAR WASH! White. Blue Red Olive Maize Kelley Pink

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AUGUSTUS 965
10 JAX AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER


Navy Wives ClubThe HAS Navy Exchange Hobby Women's Side

members .f f Navy Wives
Club #86 held a regular business Stocks Array Of Hobby NeedsThe _
meeting at their clubhouse aboard

NAS Jax. Mrs. Wibert Wagner, Hobby Store located In Dldg. 897, Is fast becoming a wry Of the Story! tai.
President, presided at the meet- popular place at NAS lax
,
r r
Ing and Introduced the guests. Here the hobbiest reporting aboard Is In for a very pleasant surprise By ShirlBikini- -
Included In the business,of the for any and all supplies needed for various hobbies can be
night were the monthly ,reports found In the store.
presented by the chairmen of The store Is operated by the Navy Exchange Department and coincides 1965

each of the committee and with the Hobby Shop hours of operation. The job of operating this Now that August Is here the the two-piece suit best."

board recommendations members. given by the store Is handled by Mrs. Pat Ramirez who Is very much at home 1965 bathing suit has been shown, Mrs. Casey Coleman: "They

among the many models and sup- bought and worn. I asked several look very comfortable but I
New HoursThe plies handled by the store. Mrs. women what they thought of the wouldn't dare wear anything likea

Old-Fashioned NAS Sax Hobby Shop located Ramirez Is very well briefed In bikini, net suits and the modi- bikini. They are only for women
In Bldg. 891 and 898, will her work and greets everyone fied bikinis. who have good shapes. I
PIT-BAR-BQ have new hours of operation com- entering the store with a cheery Mrs. Jerry Robinson: "I'm have no objection whatever to my
mencing Saturday August 14. hello. She devotes a full 8 1/2 not too enthusiastic about this husband looking at the girls In
.Draft beer Monday through Friday, the hours daily trying to keep her years suits. Some I like; especially bikinis."
ShuffleboardMcGinnis Hobby Shop will be open from "boys" happy.If the suits with the net.I Mrs. Henry Taylor: "I like
noon 10 p.m. Hours for Saturdays by chance the model you like the skirt effect most. The them and my husband most cer-
Sundays and Holidays will want Is not In stock It Is usually very brief bikinis! leave very littleto tainly does too. I think that any-
be 9 a.m. 7 p.m. obtainable In a very few days. the Imagination. I believe thing a woman wears that is attractive -
that loose a by exposing and attracts the men Is
The Hobby Shop will remain One of the more popular hob- women great
Tavern much." alright. I like a change In the
the too
open daily throughout year bies recently Introduced by the
except for three holidays Recreation Division Hobby ShopIs Mrs. Richard O'Brien: "I just style of bathing suits as well as
3638 PARK ST. AT DANCY Thanksgiving Christmas and can't wear them and don't like everyday wear."
model slot car racing. A
389-9217
reYear's Day.SoAVE full supply of various cars and them. Next year I hope they use Mrs. Cecil Conner; "I think
fabric In the of the the witha
more design they are great on girl
for this hobby are
spare parts
I suits.'* nice figure. I Ican'twearthem."
BIG! on hand In the Hobby Store.
?
/ Mrs. J. M. KIshbaugh: "Someof Mrs. Bill Horn: "I think they
Other supplies include various the suits I like. I like the are fine if you have the right
ROBERTS CHEVROLETAND model building kits, leather colors this year. I don't think figure. They are really more for
goods, paints and glazes for-the that most women wear the ones the very young figure.
ceramic enthusiast, paint by that are too brief." Mrs. Don Lyons: "I am stilla
OLDSMOBILEGreen number sets and many other sup Mrs. R.T.Beach: "like them. devotee of the one piece suit.
plies and parts needed by the The only thing Is you have to I love a Rose Marie suit becauseI
Cove Springs, FloridaPH. hobbiest. have the figure to wear them or have found that they are best
The hours of operation are you just don't look good. like for my figure."
284-3033 J AX 264-9600 from noon to 9 p.m. daily

Notes Of Interest I
Just 15"Miles South of NAS, on Highway 17.

WE SPECIALIZE IN DEALING WITH GREEN COVESPRINGS NAS J Jax girls appearing as models. Fashions -
SERVICEMEN AND WE WILL SAVE YOU will be provided by the
The Chiefs wives held their leading Roosevelt Mall clothing
JEEP BIG $$ $ LANDROVER ON MOODY LANE regular business meeting Monday stores and the public is cordially
August 2 with President Mrs. invited to attend. admission. '
Coleman presiding. will be charged of course
Casey
New home, 1716 sq. ft.
Eighteen wives were In atten-
including 2 car garage,
3 bedrooms,2tilebaths, dance along with three guests. Cecil FieldThe
brick front, one acre Plans were formulated for
'H PERFECTED lot another Swimmeet In August.
ground, corner now
paving streets on both Watch for the date In this paper. Officers and wives of VF-
sides, deep well, large Members of the CPO Wives Club 174 attended a formal dinner-
trees, low taxes,$18,600 and their husbands will "Go- dance in honor of Cdr. and Mrs.
89.00 per month. Will Dutch" for dinner and dancing Wiley Scott at the Robert Meyer
trade. August 14th at the Cecil Field Hotel. Mrs. Scott stole the show
CPO Club. Refreshments chair- with her high fashion dress of
COLOR TV men are Mrs.Johnny Jones,Mrs. vivid colors In beautiful chiffon
William Horn, andMrs.JohnSie- with a matching stole Mrs. C.
bert. The "Dip and Dance" for A. Easterling chose a white chif-
ORANGE PARK teenagers sponsored by the CPO fon dress with a jewel fitted bo-
Wives Club has been very dice. Her gold accessories gave
successful. Parents welcome Mrs. Easterling that Total Even-
If they wish to"look In" on their Ing Look. After dinner Cdr. &
3 Bedrooms, 2 baths,
.," ',-' :. large rooms, kitchen teenager (At no Cost) Mrs. Scott were presented an engraved -
Dependents of the Officers squadron plaque and a
built-in, shady lots lake
ZENITH' 1 Wives Club will the silver coffee
: F front priviledges, $100 serve as engraved urn on behalf -
Jf CONSOLE TV : t :' down and move in, several models at a center-wide fashion of the squadron officers.
AT models to chose show to be held In the Roosevelt Dancing followed In the Bali Hi
STARTS : ; from Mall shopping center this Satur- room. The Change of Commandfor

day, August 14, at 2:00 p.m. The VF-174 took place Wednes-
35995.J theme of the show win be day August 11 in Hanger 67 N.A.S.
"Fashion and Fad for Back-to- Cecil Field. Cdr.Wiley Scott was
M ,, r CECIL FIELD School and College" and the relieved by Cdr. Gordon Gray. A
models will range In age from reception followed at the Officers

2 Bedrooms unfurnished six to twenty, with both boys and Recreational Facility.

air conditioned duplex
water furnished
,
:; :
$75.00 month.SEVERAL & 4
MODEL b315/U

,' ., .
.1
NICE HOMES

FOR RENT IN JAX NAS
THE QUALITY GOES IN BEFORE CECIL FIELD AREA Y +r.

9MA
THE NAME GOES ONTIMUQUANATV
SAVE $300 A YR. ON OUR
I{,
Lease/Optlon-to-buy plan


BILL DONNELL ...'.._ '

517 TIMUQUANA ROAD 1612 Robinette Dr. THE makes MARK regular CASTLE appearances COMBO at is just various one dubs of the at local NAS bands and Cecil that

SALES-SERVICE-SP 1-4484 PHONE 264-6491 Field. :The combo consists of (from left to right): longiohn Drake,
RENTALS15.00 PER MO. 1 organ: Bill Fairclosth, drums: ; Mark C ltle,trvmpet; Connie Boswell,
1 smu and Oochie: May, BasI.PAGE .



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AUGUST 12 1965 JAX AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER PAGE 11, i



MoviesMovies Club Schedules a. ," If I j

atitAd;; s tt I f
will be shown 0" CLU3 Music this on Thursday with Phil Cay and
regularlyat Friday night will be provided b/ the Chantels on Friday. Saturday's \
7 p.m. Monday through Satur- the John Arnold 4" with Johnny band will be Carl Boyd i I
day. NATTC will have two fea- Jellnek on Saturday. Monday is and the Rhythm Kings; withMarch Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, I

ture times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., Steak Cook-out night on the patio. "Wilson and the Redcoats on Sun- 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
on Saturdays and Sundays. The and for the gourmet, Tuesday'sforeign day. Game night is Wed- later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday. I
hospital will have one featureon \ dish Is German. During nesday. every Ads| arriving too late for this deadline will be published thb I
Sunday at 7 p.m. the following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
summer a Patio Band will !
All evening movies at Cecil be featured every CECIL HELD BEACON CLUB A check or money order for the full cost of the od must b*
Wednesday Tonight Is and received WITH the for the ad.
Field begin at 7 p.m. There CPO CLUB Entertainmentthis game night copy :
times are subject to change. week for the Chiefs Club Family Night, any dinner can be DO NOT SEND CASH ,
will alternate between their bought at one half the normal RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .12.00'
tem- price. Friday music for dancingwill Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.50
porary quarters in 593
Dldg. be played by the Red Coats.
Thursday, August 12 where on Saturday dancing will I
Saturday can two pizzasfor tsssssisa '
be you get -
to -- --
and
Charley the CPO
Gay, \
NAS Harlow Carol Lynley, the price of one. "Happy
Patio Pool. The Beachcomberswill
Efrem Zlmballst, Jr. Hour" will be from 5 to
p.m. RETIREMENT SPECIAL HOMES SALE RENT YOUR
provide poolside music
NATTC Ride the Wild Surf- Fabian Tuesday from 711. on 6 p.m. Wednesday near Cecil Field new duplex, air CHOICE Select 2, 3, 4 bed-

Shelley Fabares ACEY DUCEY CLU3Dance CECIL FIELD CPO CLUB- conditioned, one side furnished. room homes. $100 dwn. no

Hospital Born Austin to Speed -Johnny' music this Friday will be Friday: dinners featured, lobster pays the mortgage, low,low down closing costs. Fast move-In.
Sands Terry provided by the Mark at payment or will trade for anythingthat DUKE LOSTUMBO BKR. 771-
: Castle $2.25,16 oz. T. Done at$.75,
C. Field What A Way To Go -
don't eat. Call BILL DON- 0374.
Combo with the Stardusters 10 K.C. Steak
on oz. at $1.25, music
Shirley MacLalne Paul New- I
Saturday, and Phil Cay and the by the Mel Gaden Band. Saturday NELL 264-6491. I

man Chantcls on Sunday. Game night music by the Mark Castle Band. Real Estate: Information on i

every Sunday and Tuesday.BLUEJACKETS Sunday from 1 p.m. until 8 a.m. FOR SALE Tavern Five Rm. sales purchases, equities, rent- ,
13NAS INN. Mel the club will have a smorgas- house. Good Business By Owner als or FHA VA homes. Call I
Friday, August Gadon and the Walter T. Bowen. USN Rtd. I
Lazy Rhythm Girls board. Wednesday is alsogame RA 5-9743 or 7247288. 10503
Last Man on Earth Vincent will provide the entertainment Atlantic Blvd. Charter Real Estate Co. 387- :
6511 or 387-2851 at night.
Price

NATTC HarlowCarolLynlcy, FURN APT -3Sep. rms. $11.50- I I
Efrcm Zlmballst Jr. WIN night.NOTICE *
A NEW $15.50 wk. Bargain, clean 354- HOMES SALE RENT f
Hospital Ride The Wild Surf 4903. Some no dn, Many $0 $100 f
Fabian Shelley Fabares dn. No closing costs. New
C. Field Masquerade Cliff MUSTANG homes. All the X-TRAS Family I

Robertson, Jack Hawkins ATTENTION NORMANDY 6727 Cherbourg N. Rm, Fenced'yd.., built-in R/O ,
3BR, 2B, built-in R/0, nr. elm, You name It. TIMMERMAN
'ALL MEN! & jr. high schools conv. Cecil RLTY BRKR 771-2792 and '
Saturday, August 14 Field and NAS J AX. FHA appraisal 771-1861.
$12,800. Refinance or

NAS Sword of Alu DabaPeter buy equity assume 4 3/47( < mort- ACK
Reg. Black MIn. Poodle
Mann, J. Lane Every Monday is ladies Rag 7810870.
0Atq the Male 2 yrs. old $70. Call
night at Roller-
NATTC Last Man on Earth '
drome. All ladies admit. 388-7676 or 771-7265 after
Price
Vincent ted FREE, paying only SINGER AUTOMATIC 6 P.M.
Carol
Hospital Harlow Lyn-
1 for shoe skate rental if CONSOLE MODEL <
ley Efrcm Zimbalist, Jr. they do not,have their Sewing Machine, Zig-Zags,blind Would Ilk* ride or will consider
C. Field Born toSpced-Johnny\
taking a rider from the Beach
own skates. On August2nd stiche, button holes, decorates,
Sands Terry Austin we entertained 407 etc. original price $300. has area to the Jacksonville< Naval E

skaters, ((264 of them be. balance $80. or assume payments Air Station and return. Working

ing ladies, ). It i is obvious $8. per month will take older ma- hours 8-4:30 Mondays through

Sunday, August 15 AUG. 22nd that we're running bet. chine as trade. Phone 3531946any Fridays. Call extension 434.
ter than a 2-to-l ratio of time will deliver
no obliga-
NAS lopkaki Melina Mercourl 2 P.M. ladies 'vs. men and we tion. A-l Sewing Machine Com- FOR SALE 3 BR home close
Maxmillan Schell need help supplying pany. to NAS $100 down, $50 month.
NATTC Sword of Alu Baba partners for the couple Call Art Powell USN RET 264-

Peter Mann, J. Lane Entrance Fee $1.00 skates, trios and the 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR.HOOSE' .
Hospital Last Man on Earth likes. Need we say FHA VA HOMES $100 DOWN
Vincent PriceC. more? ? ? ? WILLIAM X. HARMON'JR.' '
PUTT PUTT FOR SALE 3 Br., 2Ba.
Field Ride the Mild Surf BROKER 337-4321.L
Fabian, Shelley Fabares Scrned prh., fncd yd, range Ig
crn. lot., near schools., $700 dn.
GOLF COURSES CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS $98 mo. 7008Perl<
&OItAJJO 1 American Mobile Home, 25' x

Monday, August 16 4825 Blanding Blvd. 8', equipped w/stove, heater, EXTRA INCOME sell auto, fire
-BlackZoo-MlchaelGough, sink ice box, bathroom facilities life Insurance for Nationwide Insurance -

Jeanne Cooper sleeps 4 $695. Co,Openings for two men
NATTC TopkakiMelinaMer- PHONE 771-2803 ROLLERDROME 1 1964 Chevrolet 1/2 ton now. Call 359-6981 for an ap-

couri, :Maxmlllan Schell "The Country Clubof pick-up, std/shift, R&H! readyto pointment.
Hospital Sword of Alu Baba PARTIES ARRANGEDOPEN Roller Rinks" go, $1595.

Peter Mann, J. LaneC. 9 am 12 mid. Weekdays 1855 CASSAT AVE 1962 MOBILE HOME' 2 Br., 45'x
Field Harlow Carol Lyn- PH, 384-6687 FURX NICE LGE DUPLX 2Br, 10' air conditioned, $200.

Icy, Efrcm Zlmballst, Jr. 1 pm 12 mid. Sundays OPEN 7 nights a wk. 7:3010:30Adm. : den fen yd. gar, convNAS Cecil, equity pmts., $66.77.' Phone

"America's Fun Sport" 70(, skate rental 50* sch 389-2679, 7710131. 388-3256.


Tuesday, August 17 ... . .. 1..1. . .. . .... FOR SALE V W 58 Sedan, APTS. Furn and unfurn. $60 to

NAS 'Cheyenne Autumn :. ChstlesLleldmsii present .. good condition, $500. Call 725- $75 month. Call Mrs. Gross

Richard Wldmark, Carroll 2809 after 5 P.M. 771.9007.ROLLING.
Baker : Peter Sellers Peter O'Toole :

NATTC Black Zoo Michael: : j WE NEED ONE FULL TL\U: AND HILLS HOME Approx.

Gough, Jeanne Cooper ;, Romy Schneider TWO PART TIME REGISTERED $900 equity sac. for $250.

HospitalTopkakltlcUnat..tcr- g Capucine : REAL ESTATE SALES PEOPLE 3BR, 1 1/2B fnced yd, kltch
court, Maximilian Schcll r f' Paula Prentiss/, ) ,:,,, FOR OUR ORANGE PARK OF- equipd, phone 781-2968 after
C. Field Last Man Earth 5.
on FICE. CLEO DAVIS, REALTORS -
and least but not last V W
Vincent PriceWednesday 4,5 Woody Allen' 264-9442 or EV 46444.

5 V tell/tr { JAWA MOTORCYCLE 350 .CC

V3 + Ursula Andress FOR SALE DISHWASHER Ken- 2,450 miles, windshield, almostnew
\ 600 2 old excellent good cond, take over
August 18NAS more yrs. pymnts,
1 They're all! together again!lIor| the lid tme'iri \
\ $72 3882853.
cond, $95. 3874106. mo.
Finest Hours Color Documentary -
on Sir Winston 4 \,\

Churchill ,
'00' parcel of 20 $100 bills was An officer asked her, "Sally,
Autumn
NATIC Richard- \\'i Cheyenne marl<, enroll, What's NewPussycat ""pc(0'(/It .. missing at the bank The staff did you ,sec a .parcel of $100
Baker ? AOUL"oar .. worked all night trying; to locate bills?"

Hospital: Black Zoo Michael} .. them. "Oh thatf: said Sally. """.hy,
Next morning Sally, a new girl I just 'took them me to show
CooperC.
Gough, Jeanne : clerk, walked into the bank to begin Mother the kind of work rm
Field Sword of Alu Baha .
FRIDAY !
Peter Mann, Jocelyn Lane ", '.mImI .. . .. . ... } her dally duties. doing.
,
.
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PAGE 12 AUGUST 12, 1965
JAX
AIR NEWS-AFTERBURNER
'
... _. -- ,
Fleet Marine I Koroe;, P o(llcand
I -VFP-62's Deft.. 59- \ Marine Corps Base, Twentynlne. '
Palms, Calif.
Now It's 'GIganthropus Photo' JAX MARINES .if Earl E. Anderson, Marine
-
Tactical Data Systems Program
It is tradition around Light Legion' ,aboard the USS FOR- Manager, Headquarters Marine
Photographic Squadron Sixty- restal and the notorious 'Beach Corps, Washington, D. C.
Two that the detachments it deploys Hounds' aboard the USS Roose- Michael P. Ryan, Assistant
aboard Sixth Fleet Attack velt. To make tradition readi Director, Joint Planning Group,
carriers by designated by a nickname even farther back in time, a new By GySgt. Joel) FergusonExt. Headquarters Marine Corps,
other than Det. 59 or.38, detachment scheduled to deploy 400 Washington, D. C.
happen to deployed on. with the USS Forrestal next week, Frank E. Garretson, Commanding
These dejachemnts have made has used Latin--a pig latin, tot CHANGES lished at the Marine( Aviation Detachment Officer, 9th Marine
notable names For themselves and sure--and called themselves Old salts leaving and many last week.for Pfc. Eugene Regiment, 3d Marine Division,
the parent squadron 'on past 'Giganthropus PhotI.'Giganthropus *. newcomers reporting aboard just 'B. Hoover and Pfc.William' ,Fleet Marine Force, Pacific,
cruises. Some of the more recent Photi' is a rare about sums up the personnel B. Simmons.Pfc. .. Vietnam.

Dets have been Larry's breed of elephant; an elephantthat situation,at .the Marine Aviation Hoover was recognized for VETERAN
has a camera hanging from Detachment in mid-August 1965. finishing first In a class .of 28
WE CANFINANCE its 'trunk and a rocket tied to The following list Includes names at Aviation Ordnance"AU School, According to a release from
its broad back. This creature and dates future transfers are and displaying exceptional initiative Headquarters Marine Corps,
ANYON"EGUARANTEED will be the emblem of VFP62'Snew expected to take place: motivation and a sincere desire a veteran of two wars coming
GOOD USED detachment 59 headed Lt. out of retirement to join U.S.
by
learn.
CARS WITH $50. DOWN LEAVING to
Cmdr. Fischer. Marines In the Republic of Viet-
SEE US FIRST
BEFORE The only thing one can do iso GySgt. W. L. Fox to NATO. Pfc. Simmons was cited for nam.
.
YOUCBUY. speculate' the meaning of Paris, France, Sept. 1,65; SSgt.R. maintaining a'scholastlc average The ,"mortar, infantry, 60
Sunshine this symbol and assume that the T. White to MCAF, New River of 14.54 points above his predicted mnf served with the Marine
STATE MOTORS elephant is asymbdl of the power- N. C., Oct. 65; MSgt. W. average at the Marine Corps during World War II and
2 LOCATIONS ful work put out by the detach- H. Perkins to 1st Marine Air Mechanical Fundamentals was again called Into action with

2253.BLANDING BLVD ment personnel in performingtheir Wing, Japan, Sept. 65; SSgt.R. School, and for his outstanding Leathernecks in Korea. The
388-1564 mission at sea. The rocketis D. Trexler to 1st Marine Air performance as Class Leader.BRIGADIER mortar will leave the storage
7406 N. MAIN ST. perhaps, the symbol for their iIIMbI\ I .J.. __ ; .. warehouses to return to duty"'IthMarine
768-1583 aircraft, the RF8A Photo rifle companies.
Crusader, and the camera. Initially, the only Marine Corps
organization to be equipped with

I ...","J:",.,A.d..... : the weapon will be the 3rd Ma-
h .1'.yN R rine Division which Is deployedIn
?.7 THERE IS A JT1.9b Vietnam. The mortar will be
evaluated by the Division for
about six months before a deter-
z PIC mination is made whether to assign -
It to other Marine organi-

V:; N'SAVE N' SA YE ::,. ,: f zations.A .
Marine Corps study determined -
DRUM
i that the mortar should be
STORENEAR called up to fill a requirementfor

a lightweight, h'gh-'!
YOUMilK angle, Indirect fire, close sup-
port weapon at the rifle company
leveL" A new weapon to meet
FED 7)T ,. v these requirements Is not exjcted -
j. /"re3L to be available until 1970.
BREADED VEAL CUTLET 6 3 The 60mm mortar has been

Brown gravy Potatoes 'It NEW GUNNY > GySgt. Robert L Montgomery \is congratulated by adopted as an Interim weapon
Hot buttered vegetable Rolls & butter ItCol. John W. Sullivpn upon receiving p warrant last week promoting and will not replace any weapons
him to his present rank. A veteran of the Korean War and used by the rifle company.The .
12 years Marine Corps service, GySgt. Montgomery is en instruc Marine Corps expects no
for at AE "A' School here logistic problems during the
phase-In of the 60mm mortar.
Wing, Japan, Sept. 16, 1965; GENERALS The mortar Is used by countries
Sgt. R. C. Poulln, Sr., to Camp under the U.S. sponsored Military -
[ 1b Pendleton, Calif., Aug. 23, 65; President Johnson last Tues- Assistance Program and
1-Lt day nominated five MarlneCorps
C. D. Fleet
GySgt. Swanberg to
adequate numbers of the wea-
colonels for bri-
Marine Corps Reserve (retiring) promotion to pon, spare parts, and ammuni-
: t&1IMb Sept. 11 65; and GySgt. J. W. gadier generaL The nominationsmust tion are stored In the U.S.
; now be approved by the Senate -
} Flllcko to MAD, Memphis, Tenn. Weight of the fully assembled
They were based on the report -
In Oct. or Nov 65.REPORTING. 60mm Is
+ yet mortar 45.2 pounds.
of a Marine Corps selec-
ABOARDTo It has a sustained rate of fire
tion board headed by Lieutenant
of 18 rounds per minute and a
General Leonard .
F.ChaprnanJr.The
give an idea of assign- fire
rrc rapid capability of 35 rounds
will be effectedas
of aboard promotions
ments
men reporting per minute
: their MOS Is listed along with vacancies occur.
V NEXT WEEK
4 the dates they are expected to Selected for promotion are
x 3I report: Colonels: Next week the JAX AIR NEWS
? GySgt. L. E. Barfield, 3371, Wallace H. Robinson,Jr., Chiefof will feature a two-page feature
Aug. 16, 65; SSgt. C. R. Davis, Staff, Marine Corps Supply story on the mission and accomplishments
3041, Sept-Oct. 65; SySgt. E.N. Activity, Philadelphia, Pa. of the Marine
Plach, 6415, Oct-Nov,65; Sy- Virgil W. Banning, Assistant Aviation Detachment at Jackson
Sgt. R. E. Baldrldge, 6441. Commander, Force Troops, ville.
......
-. .
-
Oct-Nov 65; Sgt. G. E. Russell ---
5441 Oct-Nov 65; SSgt. J. W.
**You arc about to take a long trip. Kavanaugh, 6413, Nov-Dec 65; 7Y ; M 7dMSiIf A I IT
SSgt. R. C. Archer, 6615, Dec-
Don't forget to get your travelers checks at Jan., 66; SSgt. M. J. Bastyr, i 4T
6615, Dec-Jan 66; Sgt. T. R.
Trent, 3071, Dec-Jan 66;
? and SSgt. J. S. Barnwell, 0369, N
B.KRNETT Mt Sept. 7, 65.

NATIONAL, BANK OF JACKSONVILLE STUDENTSSgt.

Frank E. Creamer, AE
M K MB c* rcocwAL OEPOIT INSURANCE CORPORATION, School
:) 'Instructor, has' com-
pleted the Instrument Repairman
US NAS FACILITY OFFICE Course and Fundamentals: of
Electric Generators, Motors and ..
ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., NAS Servo Mechanism Course throughthe : --" ,
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Air Force's Air : """ '* : ,,
BANKING HOURS: extension Program.University SSgt. .. ......_.- -.,;..'''''... :...4 :- "., ", .)., AFPG

thru Creamer completed one courseIn SCRAM LlNt-I-UoI, of Marine A lircra/t Croup (J\l/tG-ll, at Da
Monday Thursday 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM
: : Nang, Republic of let-Nam ,."
May and another last month. rro'l"bl from the ready room to the
Friday: 9:30 AM til 4:30: PM flight line by motorbike The Marl IP pilot, who bought the bikes to
Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273 MOTIVATION cut their reaction time in answering alert, hate united the problem
Meritorious masts were pub- how to get the bikes back to the ret"'" room-ride them back.



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HAS Jax Continues Winning Streak ;


__,tIIiNavy : : ,
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Drops Cecil Field In' Doubleheader. t.



Pistol Shooter lax kept on the winning soft- self In trouble In the seventh struck out eig t.
ball trail last Friday when they when Jax worked"him to load the- In the second game Williams
topped visiting Cecil Field In both bases. pitched six innings for Jut and
of a double-header. After Bower had pitched three was credited with the win. He
In Rough CompetitionCAMP games A second pair of games sche- balls to Miller, Hunter',came.on gave up. two'runs on six hits.
duled between the two teams on In relief The big Cecil hurler In the seventh Inning Stewart returned
Saturday at Cecil Field was threw only three pitches. First and held the Raiders score
PERRY, OHIO AUGUST 5 -- A Naval competitor emergedthe rained out. he walked Miller to force In a less for the last frame.
victor over 2250 of the nation's top pistol competitors to win the lax utilized three walks, a hit run, then he hit Brown to forcein Al Lane pitched the whole game
National Pistol Championship title here at the 1965 National Rifle batter and two base hits In the the tying run. Rada across for Cecil Field. He was taggedthe

and Pistol matches. seventh Inning of the first gameto the winning run for Jax when he hardest In the fifth inning1
Petty Officer First Class -:) cv come up with three runs anda tagged Hunter for a hit on the when Anderson popped a home
Donald L. Hamilton, U.S. Navy 4-3 victory. next pitch. run. The Jax Navy team got
from the Naval Air Reserve In Friday's final ax rapped out Stewart got credit for the Jax four runs In the fifth to insure
Training Unit, Andrews Air nine hits for a 7-2 win and a win. He gave up four hits and the second victory.
Force Base, Washington, D. C., sweep of the night's action.
and son of Mr. and Mrs. LeslieC. Into the seventh

Hamilton of 191 Kent St., Miller Going gave Jax Its sole run Inning when ... ... I IL
Brookline, Mass., fired an aggre- dw he slammed a homer off Raider .J:
gate total of 2649 out of the :5 b pitcher Don Bower. But thenjax
possible 2700 points during the T : ended the contest with Its three
Who led the American lea-
three day matches. run off Cecil relief hurler
rally
The former National Pistol k < Bob Hunter. gue in home runs in 1962, '63
'
Champion, for the past five con- Cecil Field's runs came'in and 64?

secutive years, Army Sergeant the top half of the first frame 2. How 'long did Joe Louis
First Class William B. Blanken-, when Jax had a streak of shaky hold the world heavyweight box-
ship of the Army Marksmanship fielding and committed four errors t / ing title?

Training Unit, Ft. Benning, Ga., w Ihlt. f f These errors combined : ; ,/ 1Mw 3. Who Is the only Ivy lea-
fired a 2643 for second place A with a walk, two hits and two gue basketball player to have

honors, while Gunnery Sergeant wild pitches by lax pitcherDon scored 2,000 career points? .
Francis J. Rayford, U.S. Ma- Stewart, the Raiders
gave 'hen.did
I 4. 'Where,and Casey
rine Corps from Quantico, Va.,
,
three
If runs.
of the New York
f Stengel, manager
fired a 2639 for third place.
Bower, who worked six Innings Mets, begin his professional
Two years ago, Hamilton, thena Hamilton gave up four hits. Bowergothim- baseball career?
rising star In the shooting
world, came In second place to Ate rk, 5. What baseball team won the
Blankenship during the National lax Golf let rllD Takes { 1964 National Grapfruit League

Matches Blankenship grabbedtop + Jt exhibition championship?

honor because of his"Xring" Fla.-Ga. Con lerence Tille ANSWERS
total was above thoseof
.1. Harmon Killebrew, with
Hamilton.
The Jax Navy Goli Team won Navy were Bill Scarbrough of P
Prior to Hamilton's arrival at 'the Florida-Georgia Interservlce VP-5, Capt. Dale'Klahn of Com- 48 home runs in 1962, 45 10 '63

Camp Perry, he competed In the Golf Tournament last week. Fairjax, Al Miller of FAW-11, ;' and 49 in '64.

all Navy matches In San Diego, and Al Barre of FAW-1L LCdr. 2. The "Brown Bomber" was
Calif., and the International The match, a 54-hold medal Paul Jula substituted for Scar- ,Il jp M champion for, 11 years, eight
Matches In Ft. Benning, Ga. play event, ended last Saturdaywith brough In the second round. t '*' $;..tj months and seven days.
Don earlier this week, received the final round being played
honors during the.22call- here at the NAS Jax Golf Course. The best score for any round ,. f# 3. Bill Bradley) of Princeton
ber phases when he placed first The two previous rounds were was turned In by Capt. Klahn, University.
In the .22 caliber rapid fire, played at Mayport and Cecil Field who shot a 73 on his final 18 .
third in the National Match earlier in the week. holes here Saturday. 4. Casey started with Kan-

Course phase and second In the The four men representing WARM WELCOME Roieanne kakee Ill, in 1910.

.22 caliber championshipmatches. Humphrey greets frottbitten Nor.
The .22 caliber matchIs Capt. Wright Hec ds Cecil Field thernert hoping to have a ball 5. The MUwaukee Braves,with

just one phase of the three under F/or/rfa' sunny $lclt>,. a 19-6 record.

that are fired to capture the National 6th Naval District r Golf TeamFour

Pistol Championship. .,
Tie National' Matches, held McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE
will
other Cecil
led golfers
Tuesday six golfers, by
Jv thru 29th here
y30th August ,
In the Classof
will Into be participating Open
Captain S.D. Wright, go
4t t
Camp Perry. w co-sponsored
These links-
the Tournament.
rounds of the Six
the
by the National R1fle. Association opening Lieutenant ] Bill AGENCY. INC.
Naval District Golf Tournament men are: (b$)
of Anlerlca and for the Se- White of VA-44 Lieutenant J.G.
; MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE SPECIALISTS
at Jax.
rr&eiry of the Army by the National Bailey of VC-4, Det. "A"; C. MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS

Board for the Promotionof Capt. Wright along with Chief McRaney, AC, of Weapons; and ALL AGES RANKS DRIVING RECORDS
Rifle Practice. warrant Officer C. Cain of Weapons G.A. Cornwell AIl of VFP62.If SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS SR 22's FILED
The Matches, first held in 1903at
Naval Station Office
will be this Naval Air Station Office
Sea Girt, N. J., moved to its representing you desire to labor for the 6463 Roosevelt Blvd. 2990 Mayport Road
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all at once, In your efforts.If .
you can help elevate or teach
NAS Jax Judo Club Extends
but one soul that Is a good
beginning and more than Is givento
Invitation For New MembersThe many.

Temple rrtisan.Bins. CENTRAL MOTORSTHE

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Fla. Fishermen Catching Dollars And NAS Jax Bowling Sports


The following is the bowling\
schedule for 16 through 23 August Shorts -

Cents In Profitable Fishing DerbyWith : Robins AFB and McDill AFB

Monday, August 16:
are vlelng for the FloridaGeorgia -
nearly a month still to catches In the world's most extensive for the return of Schlitz fish to Interservlce Conference Soft-
run, the fifth annual 1965 Schlitz fish tagging program for the state agencies through chUtz 1700 Lanes 1&2 Mad rQx's'S.. ball Championship. The first two
Florida Fishing Derby has already conservation research. wholesalers at Jacksonville, St. NVcdlors of series of
North Florida Fish- Tal- 1700 I.anes 3&4 AlIROX: 'Ii[ vs, games an expected
months Gainesville
paid During the last two Augustine, five went to Robins in a doubleheader -
ermen more than $10,000 for 293 fishing In both fresh and saltwater lahassee, Panama City and ACRON'A': staged at McDill last
1700 Lanes 5&6 Cursors vs.
has been Pensacola.
uniformly good
: week, 3-0 and 4-1.. They need
from Jacksonville to Pensacola, After August 31 and until January Falcons
win for the r.ham-
CAN YOU 1966 all catches 1700 Lane. 7&8 Pro's vs. Playboys only one more
and both the State Game and Fresh 1, tagged pionship. Director and instigatorof
Water Fish Commission and the will be worth a flat 53 each to
Interservlce
TAKE YOUR CAR the Fla.-Ga.
stimulate after the 1930 Lanes 1&2 XCO's vs. 3rdGrt.'h'Illc'1l
State Board of Conservation returns Derby
WITH YOU? Sports setup is Mr. Frank R.
For Financing And Insurance profited in their fish biological period.To McCaffrey of the NASJax Athletic
Stateside And Overseas. Call studies from returns of Schlitz date, Donald C. Geiger of 1930 Lanes 3&4 Electrons: vs. Office.
DYER M. BURR tagged specimens. Lake nutler, Union county school Eagle.: :
representingGOVERNMENT supervisor, has been NorthFlorida's 1930 Lanes 5&& Lillys vs. Splits *
All costs of the event are defrayed
1930 Lanes 7&8 Cloak &
Derby award win Daggersvs.
EMPLOYEES by the Jos. Schlitz BrewIng top Cannon Cockers The Intramural Golf for the
FINANCE ner. At sundown one hot summer
CORPORATION
fall-winter of 1965 will begin
Company.The 1930 Lanes 9&10 Ihunderheads
ANDINTERNATIONAL afternoon, he hooKcd a 12-Inch
North Florida, or Zone 4, StaffsWednesday after the All-Navy Playoff are
SERVICE bass In Lake Butler which was vs. Flag
INSURANCE Derby Is continuing until mid- completed. Expected startingdate
COMPANY wearing a $1,000 He noted the
3615 Tlmuquana Rd. 771-092 night, August 31, with cash a- tag just as he was tag.about to givea August 18: Is Tuesday, September 7th.
wards of $25 to $10,000 offered
+ay the fish to a passing friend. 1700 Lanes 1&2 Torch Pots vs. '
*
Geiger learned later that the Spoilers
fish also had been designated beforehand 1700 Lanes 3&4 Church Keys vs. The latest statistics releasedby
for an Old Milwaukee\ Malarolas the Southern Professional
Conservation Award, doubling its 1700 Lanvs 5&6 Lucky '7''s.. Football League, of which the
tag value. He received $2,000. vions Jacksonville Robins are numbers -
Four other Old Milwaukee 1700 Lanes 7&8 Airmen vs.Sky- shows that Lt. Dick Sny-
Bonus fish with double prices warriors der of VA-44 at Cecil Field Is the
CLAUDE I NOLAN have been caught in North 1930 I.an1&2 Protons vs, league's fourth leading ground

Florida, leaving 96, plus one witha Anchors gainer In the rushing department.
$10,000 tag, still at large. 1930 Lanes 3&4 Cutters vs. Snyder has a total of ISlyards
CAPILLAC & PONTIAC Pizzans In 48 attempts for a 3.8 yard
Six anglers have turned In fish 1930 Lanes &&6 NocI\erS vs. Seabees Is the
M worth $100 apiece, and six fish average per carry. Snyder
Robins back.
; running
have paid $50 each. There have 1930 Lanes 7&8 Tipplers vs.
jfl$ been 281 $25 catches. Of these, (Hard Hats : '
*
12 have been taken from salt 1930 Lanes 9&l0MixMastersvs.
waiter, and 206 from lakes and King Pins An organizational meeting of
PHONE E3-3922 rivers In more than 40 locations. the Cecil Field Intramural Touch
Winners of $100 awards have 'Thursday, August 19: Football League will be held In

been J.F. Cawthorn Route 2, 1700 Lanes 1&2 epnmt's'S.: the station gym on Tuesday,Sep-
Crestview; Robert Abraha, Car- Doctors tember 10, at 11:00 a.m. Team
tervllle,;; Ga.; D.A. Parker Dc- 1700 Lanes 3&4 Five Sharps vs. entries must be turned In by that
;_ :. Funiak Springs; Fred P. Mixers time.
Williams, Bronson; J.F. Brice, 1700 Lanes 5&6 Warriors vs.
Route 1, Milton;and Lester West" Sidewinders *

JACKSONVILLE TRAILER MART'S Route 1, Lewlsburg, lenn. 1700 Lanes 7&8 Hurricanes. The Cecil Field children's

Tagged salt water fish have Skywarriors'A' summer golf clinic, part of the
been found off Fernandlna, May- 1930 Lanes 1&2 Supply vs. AOMD station's summer recreation

MGbUe HomeSPECIAL port, Jacksonville, St. Augustine, :n program, ended Monday. Certificates -
Carabelle, Fort Walton, Stein- 1930 Lanes 3&4 FICEUR CPO'svs. : will be presented to the
Airframe
hatchee, l Destin, Panama City children that participated in this
and Pensacola. 1930 Lanes 5&6 Riggers vs. BOQ program.Mr. .
1930 Lanes 7&8 BB Stackers vs.

Recent fresh water catches AFES *
have been made In Lake Tolquin, 1930 Lanes F AP I. vs, AERO.V:
Bear Lake, Dead Lake, Peer 'C L.C. Toske, a civilian In
Point Lake, Lake Juniper and' the Public Works Department at
Lake Jackson.In It has always been my private Cecil Field, got the first hole-in-
the statewide Derby, Schlitz conviction that any man who pits one of the golf season at that
has paid to date $46,300 for his intelligence against a fish and Naval Air Station last week.
1,303 fish Including 33 Old Milwaukee \ loses, has It coming. Mr. loske's hole-in-one cameon
Double Awards. John Steinbeck.I the 15th hole. The hole Is a
170 yard shot from the tee to
a the cup and Is a par three. Ilk
golfer used a number two Iron.
i.r This was Mr. Toske's first hole-
MONEY IN 1 DAY in-one and it marks the 12

recorded at the Cecil: Field

FINANCING $25 course.
600
to Commander T.L. Healey holds
the record for hol .s-il1-one on
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I [ COLUMN Dave Colby LEFTBy R ; ,BiLLE" PROOF?.4' .






Sports Of Sorts the U.S. win over Mexico the

The baseball season has been American Zone competition.
highly Interesting this year and Last year Osuna was the fourth
ranked tennis player In the world.
could continue to be so as the
teams turn the bond In the pennant Ashe, still In college at UCLA: ,
was not even mentioned In the
races.Questions
world's top 10. 34
on which the outcomeof :
Playing with a floppy hat and
both raC' 's mi >ht hang are;what
wasting little time Ashe had few 11
will happen to the<<:'C'ripple.dMinnesota 1
wins In the coming weeKs, troubles with the Mexican. He
and can the.l l Dodgers continue to beat him 6-2, 6-3, and 9-' In an
hour and 15 minutes. Ashe's
live -daybydayonthepitclhing
of Sandy Koufav and Don D rrs a It> tennis strength appears to lie .

and the base running of Maury In his speedy opponent breakingserve N f'l DO l! INDIA .. ..
and his brisk
buisness like
\Wills? I DELTA OSCAE /f
liy the end of this month the play.Last CAPT. J.R. WARD RECEIVES A SILVER PUNCHBOWL from Miss ;
drama In the majors should reachsoap week It was on to Spa In for Patsy Derr, left, and Miss Vickie Decker center members of the

opera proportions.No the European Zone competitionwith Jpx Navy Swim Team. The presentation was made at the Swim
More Second Guessing his teammates Frank froeh- Tepm's Annual 1 Awards Presentation Banquet held at the Blue
For Fans ling Dennis Ralston,Marty Ries- jacket's Inn last Monday night. EXPRESSWAY'APAR'T'MENTS '
sen, and Clark Graebner.It .
The umpires), referees, and
:
officials In every sport had better appears that with the additionof Jax Swim Team Has
be ontheirtoeswbenmakingtheircalls Ashe the U.S. may once againbe Navy Annual
a strong contender for the
not that there Is complaint -
any Davis Cup. The Aussies will be FURNISHED.$65.00 I .
about the present job. Awards Presentation Banouet
With the use hidden cameras the supreme test, If the U.S.gets UNFURNISHED $55.00
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that far. .
and Instant re-play vidio tape by The Jax Navy Swim Team held NAS Jax for working so well
television at athletic events all Destroyed: One Myth Children! .telcome
Its anrual Awards Presentation with the city In all sports activities
doubts about the decisions made Conveniently Locatedto
And from Pravda, the Russian Banquet last Monday night at the connected with the AAU.
by officials are ended. TIle scalesof Inn EM Capt. J. R. Ward downtown
Communist party newspaper, after Bluejacket's Club was pre
sporting justice have been the loss by the U.S. men's The Master of Ceremonies was sented a Silver Punchbowl by the NAS ,and Cecil
thrown out of whack for the high Lcdr. H. 0-Donnell members of the Swim Team In
track and field team by one pointto J. NAS Jax
officials of the athletic courts. the Russians; "Our sportsmen Legal Officer. On hand for the appreciation of his efforts and CLEO DAVISKEALTORSINSURORS

The television Innovations have now have destroyed the myth of festivities was Mr. Harry Plane, cooperation,with them during the
made It great for the viewing invincibility of the American Florida Ameteur Athletic Dir- past year. .

audience, which they are Intendedfor men's team." ector. Mr. Platte commended Mike Stevens, AN, was pre- I

but pitty the officials. In this country no track and sented a wristwatch by the team. 588 S. Edge wood
In the majority of the officials field officials neither AAtI He has been.coaching them for
or
decisions there is no questionbut NCAA, are(pushing the panic but- the past twb years and will be EV. 4-6444 CO 49442Narina
sometimes, and they will con relieved
ton over our of in the near future by
"destroyed} myth
fess to this they are wrong. Invin ibUt}". They are pushing Tommy Tigert. _
The whole "Dig Brother" affair .'
harsh comments at each other '
ends on a happy note when we
though.
consider that officials may be _Ihlet
proven wrong mechanically after Baseball Fads
the call but at the time of the call AND BOATYARD
Current major It."aguepitehing
they are always right. If in doubt SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTRAILERS ]
aids or hitter hindrances: frozen MERCURY SALES &
coach.about this ask any manager or baseballs, hypnotism, and petroleum ; ,..

jelly on a pitch r's belt to
Back To Wills give a more refined edition of the Wet & Dry'Storage Marine Ways

spitbalL Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET .
The only foreseeable thing that N
Dodger shortstop Wills can be rt U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH .

running for is to bring the [pennant ,ORANGE PARK PHONE 264-9835))

to Los Angeles.At .
the age of 32 he has alreadyover PAT ERIE, GUEST SPEAKER
run ly Cobb's stolen: bases at the Jax Navy Swim Team's
record by six ((104 in 1962)) ,and Annual Awards Presentation Ban .. "

presently he is well on the way to quet, presents his speech to the WPJ

breaking his own mark. J.ast\\'eek ,attending members end parents.Mr. .
he had stolen 74 bases in 107 Erie is the Swimming Coach AT
games. \ at the University of North Caroline. WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN INC
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.
Hills that y9 of
says percent I II I BE SURE TO SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY A
the
; time he Is on base he is thinking -

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in his mind the remalnding one
percent of the time he didn't say. j WEEKEND SPECIALS

We are glad that he does give the 1964 VW, 6 pass pick upR&H, appro. 15,000 miles. .$1695.

opposing pitcher at least a
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1959 VW, 113 R&H, 2 dr., Sedan. .. . . $795
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him to steal when they try to pick !
him off. RENTALS 1965 2 dr, Sedan, loaded, 7,000 miles.. ". . .$1595 I

As the Dodgers 1,,>3 -off batter .W I 1961 VOLKSWAGEN, R&H . .. ...7.: . .$995 ,

Wills' is getting around .300 out A yr 1962 VOLKSWAGEN. .... . . . .$1150
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the trouble Wills makes when he 1964 VOLKSWAGEN, R&HManymore.xtros.$1495 :
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Perhaps the best thing that hap- TV WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN INC, :
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the country's Davis Cup team. in the winner tif this yrar'i lUluS

Two weekends J ago Ashe defeated ,,.,.' Pier beauty cuntett in Atlantic 387-2121 OPEN EVENINGS CLOSED SUNDAYsr

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WSW, Like new.
64 OLDS 88 SPORT SEDAN. ... . . . .$2995
I BUY U.S. SAVINGS BONDS IA I Auto/trans., silver blue, V-8 W/S/W., power! steer and brakes, R&H, Factoryair

'64 FALCON FUTURA. ... . . .. . $1795
2 door Hardtop, R&H, Automatic Transmission.

co-ed at Temple University 64 CORVAIR COUPE. .... . . . . $1595
helped work her way through college b Straight stick, R&H, WSW, solid silver with red interior.,
as a belly dancer. That's extra extra sharp.

all right If;you've got the stomach 64 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN, .... . . : . .$2295
for it. ,Harry I R. E. Hampton V-8, auto/trans., power steer, R&H Silver blue with match.
ing interior.

64 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON..... . . .$1995
V-8, St. stick, R&H, Electric windows,WSW.White with beige
interior.

64 FIAT 1100 . . . . . . $995
4 speed Transmission R&H.'

63 IMPALA SPORT COUPE .... . . . .$2195
YOUNG Auto/trans. V-8, power steer and brakes, R&H, elect win-
DRIVERS dows, factory air conditioned, solid white/blue interior,
WSW.
63 FORD FASTBACK ... . . 'oo .$1795
You can i insure your car witha 3 speed trans, V-8, R&H, solid white, red interior, WSW,
extra, extrn tharo.
that the
company meets 62MONZA COUPE...... . . . .$1195
D.O.D. DIRECTIVE In
your 4 speed trans., R&H, WSW, Solid black Black interior.
state .' and 'you get these
62 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE.$2295
BIG advantages: Do You Realize That 4 speed. R&H, 327 V-8 engine Solid Red, white top.
COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE 62 IMPALA SPORT COUPE. .... oo . . . $1695
Auto/trans., V-8, power steer, R&H, solid white, fawn interior.
COVERAGE AN AUTO LOAN HERE .
62 RAMBLER WAGON CROSS COUNTRY.$1095

IMMEDIATE .PROTECTION CAN GET YOU THERE! all St. original.stick 6 cyl., R&H, luggage rack Ivory over blue WSW.

61 IMPALA 4 DOOR. .... . . . . .$1495
COUNTRYWIDE/ Plans for week-end trips or a vacation Hard top, auto/trans., V-8 power steer and brakes, elec-
CLAIM SERVICE but "questions" about your old car? Get that tric windows, factory air conditioned, solid white, blue interior
all original.
new car! A prompt, low-cost bank auto loan 60 CHEVROLET 2 DOOR SEDAN. . . N .. .$695
CONVENIENTPAYMENT from us will do the trick easily and eco 6 cylinder, st. stick, R&H Light green. WSW.

PLANS nomically. paid for right out of income! 59 FORD GALAXIE "Sky liner-. . . . .$995
CALL 01 VISIT TODAY FOR A bank auto loan can save you money on Retractable Hard/top, automatic transmission Full power
the over-all Air Conditioned.
RATES AND INFORMATION cost too.

...AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!
Ask for details today. No obligation! : Fri. 8:30 a.m. 'til 9:00 p.m.
HOURSIon. 8:30: a.m. tn 8:00 p.m.

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4 spd. trans, R&H, All vinyl interior,bucket seats, WSW.
64 VOLKS 2 DOOR ... . . . .$1495
.'t_. 4 speed R&H, all vinyl interior solid blue, WSW.,
Like new.

Below 62 VOLKS SUNROOF . . . . .$1095
A View From Of)f The
Above People 4 speed, R&H all vinyl interior solid white WSW.

VFP-62 at Cecil l Field kept up its traditional reputation that wps established for the photogrpphic work
Hone during the Cuban Crisis this fast moving outfit showed dependents (and guests at its open house
Friday how quick ton aerial photograph could be processed and printed and returned for interpretation.The .
"Fighting Photo" sailor and his son (right) are watching the Photo Crusader jet fly over that took 64 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN .... . . . .$2595
the aerial l at the top.It took the photographic specialists just 17 minutes 'from the time the plane hznded 4 Dr., HT, V-8, Auto/trans., PS, Fact. Air Extra nice. 2 to
to have the finished prints back to the open house for the guests to see. choose from.
VFP won a Presidential Unit Citation that was presented to them directly by the late President JohnF. 64 BELAIR . . . . . . . .$2095
Kennedy for similiar last action in Cuba in 1962. 2 Dr., straight stick 6 cyl., R&H, Fact. Air., Forrest Green,
WSW, Like new.
64 OLDS 88 SPORT SEDAN ... . . . .$2995
BUY U.S. SAVINGS BONDS I air Auto/trans., silver blue, V-8 W/S/W., power steer' and brakes R&H Fadory

'64 FALCON FUTURA. ... . . .. . $1795
---- --" 2 door Hardtop, R&H, Automatic Transmission.

I A co-ed at Temple University 64 CORVAIR COUPE. .... . . . . $1595
helped] work her way through college yd b, riA Straight stick R&H, WSW, solid silver with red interior.,
as a belly dancer. That's extra extra sharp.

all right you've got stomach 64 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN., .... . . ; . .$2295
for It. I Harry R. E. Hampton V-8, auto/trans., power steer R&H,Silver blue with match
: < ''' :. ing interior.
64 CHEVROLET STATION WAGON.$1995
V-8, St. stick, R&H, Electric windows,WSW,White with beige
interior.

64 FIAT 1100. . . . . . . $995
4 speed Transmission R&H.
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PC yAi"1h; :::nYiv+'v, 63 IMPALA SPORT COUPE .... . . . .$2195
YOUNG Auto/trans.; V-8, power steer and brakes, R&H, elect windows -
DRIVERS factory air conditioned, solid white/blue interior
L WSW.

63 FORD FASTBACK ... . . ... .$1795
You can insure your car witha 3 speed trans, V-8, R&H, solid white, red interior WSW
extra, extrn sharp.
company. that meets theD.O.D. 62 MONZA COUPE...... ... . . . .$1195
DIRECTIVE in
your 4 speed trans., R&H, WSW, Solid black Black interior.
.
state and'you get these
62 CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE.$2295
BIG advantages: Do You Realize That 4 speed. R&H, 327 V-8 engine, Solid Red, white top.
COMPLETE AUTOMOBILE 62 IMPALA SPORT COUPE. .... .. . . . $1695
Auto/trans., V-8, power steer, R&H, solid white, fawn in-
COVERAGE AN AUTO LOAN HERE terior.

62 RAMBLER WAGON CROSS COUNTRy..... . .$1095St.
IMMEDIATE .PROTECTION CAN GET YOU THERE! all. original.stick, 6 cyl., R&H, luggage rack. Ivory over blue, WSW.

61 IMPALA 4 DOOR .... . . . . .$1495
COUNTRYWIDECLAIM Plans for week-end trips or a vacation. Hard top auto/trans., V-8 power steer and brakes, electric
SERVICE but "questions"about your old car? Get that windows, factory air conditioned solid white blue interior
all
,
9 new car! A prompt, low-cost bank auto loan 60 CHEVROLET original.2 DOOR SEDAN . . .. .. .$695
CONVENIENTPAYMENT from us will do the trick easily and eco- 6 cylinder st. stick R&H Light green WSW.

PLANS nomically .. paid for right out of income! 59 FORD GALAXIE 'Sky liner. . . . .$995
CALL OK VISIT TODAY FOR A bank auto loan can save you money on Retractable Hard/top/ putomptic transmission, Full power
the over-all Air Conditioned.
RATES AND INFORMATION cost too.

...AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!
<(? Ask for details today. No obligation! : Fri.! 8:30: a.m. 'til 9:00: p.m.
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4328 BLANDING BLVD. At Harlow; Blvd. i FINANCING PLAN t

Jacksonville Office: OPEN Fit until 8 P.M. Member F.D.I.C.

338 W.Forsyth Street
Telephone: 355-8424 FOR SERVICEMENI






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