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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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VOL. 23 NO. 33 u. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA OCTOBER 2B,.. 1965 ;

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81 % Participation In aturday ,Free 'for Servicemen '
19.01h
At Greater JaxtFair/ +n I : Birthday .

Saturday Oct. 30, all service
CFC Still Counting men and their dependents will !
be admitted free of charge to
the Greater Jacksonville Fair ObservedByUSN
The Combined Federal Camp Federal campaign conducted in between the hours 11 a.m, and
aign, which ended last Monday, the Jacksonville area. Campaign 6 p.m. You are not reguired
:.has brought in more than $160, officials said the the "Navyfam to be In uniform, but must pre-
000 as of Tuesday night and ily' in the Jacksonville area has sent your ID card at the gate. r-
more Is expected to come in lived up to the CFC- slogan "I
according to drive officials. Care --- I Share."
The drive, a one time solic-
itation for voluntary health and
welfare agencies among Nayy Adm. Koch Becomes
personnel and, civilian emp6y I
ees in the Jacksonville area and
Fleet units '!home1' ported here, *
had 81",of, Its objective at 4:60 ComCarDiv' Six Today
,P. M. on 'Tuesday evening! !
"Pledge Your Fair Share" camr
paign officials were confident that Real(Admiral George'P. Koch 18 subordinate ;| fdommahd's v.'. _l _:,
this percentage :would, go over' relieved, Rear," Admiral Robert throughout the.United States from i i I
90;. as the I donations of ship L. TowQsend as Commander Carrier Los' Angeles to Boston and)from i.
board personnel and outlying Division SIX on aboard the Jacksonville to Seattle.
commands arrived at drive head attack aircraft carrier USS Admiral Koch was in charge, FROM OLD USS LANGLEY. .
quarters. SHANGRI LA at 10:30 a.m., of the first astronaut pick -
Some 27 local commands and today at(the Mayport. Naval Sta up aboard USS LAKE CHAMPLAIN -
activities reported reaching 10*, tion. I in, 1961, while serving as
or more of. I their objective. Vice 11 Admiral Charles. T; Commander Carrier Division
Fleet Air Wing ELEVEN was at) Booth.- H.iCornmander; Naval Air EIGHTEEN,. based ;at the Naval
10 %Tuesday evening whileVP-i, \I' guest ] ;VJ) p,Atlantic Fleetwa( ? Air Station. Quonset PointrRhod
45 in Alaska reported 12$ The! ((speaker' at the change of. .Uland. MI
Fuel Depot was'' at 119%"aoo'l' !I f {commander ceremonies. During ,his'! !'career! AdmiralKoch 1 ,
NATTC 141 and the Fleet' Weather Facility rier Division SIX from duty as Staffs in both the Atlantic and
169ft. Chief of Naval Air Reserve Pacific areas.He has commanded
The Jax Air News will carry' Training. That nationwide com- the Naval Air Station at Barber's
a complete listing of those com- mand at Glenview, I1L, includes Continued on Page,1Scholorshp
mands reaching 100% of their '
objective in a later edition.
CFC drive,officials werervery Memorial AidsEducation ,
happy at the'resUlts reported'asof 'e { --
Tuesday evening. They were TO NEW USS ENTERPRISE. .THE NAVY'S HISTORY MOVES

confident than the $160,000 total At Pine Castle ON. '
would rise considerably as fleet
units sent in their reports. ) 'Yesterday, Navy Day 1965, marked the 190th year of the Navy
This is the first combuttd, ; 7f service to this country.
I Although the Navy is Just one decade short of being two centuriesold
I tt I I 1PW2 its history is not measured so much in years' as it is in events
and in the names of men and places. John Paul Jones on the Bon
FreichSkip, Homme Richard, Farragut at Mobile Bay, Dewey at Manila, Halseyat
Midway _n these have established the Navy's history. That
history is being, continued today
To ArriveAt b by the 874,000 men who serve airplane. A Joint ArmyNavyBoard
in the Navy/Marine Corps team was established and
around the world. recommended that further experiments -
Mayport When our civilian neighbors be made to place
think of the Navy they, of course, the airplane in the U. S. defense
think of ships, the planes --- arsenal.
The French guided missile but they also think of the men This recommendation ori-
stroyer FNS Kersaint, will arrive rY x who go to sea and into the air. ginally conceived by the man who
at the Mayport Naval Station Throughout the 190 year historyof later, as President of the United
this afternoon for a 3 week the Navy, these men have been States sent the Great White Fleet ..
visit to the local area. the real substance of the Navy around the world, has given the '' ,
Commanded by Captain Alain aTICDR. and today the entire Nation Navy the ability to extend the
Toutez du Vigier, the 2750 salutes the dedication, skill and strength of sea power to virtually -
ton ship is expected to moorat C. J. EADIE/ Commanding Officer of VP. J6, presents a accomplishments of Navy men any point on the earth's
2:00 Kersaint is enrouteto whether they be in Viet Namor
p.m. Memorial Fund Cliff surface.
scholarship grant from the Michael Nation to
Roosevelt Roads Puerto Rico, in Europe, on shore duty or Walter Lippmann in one of
the Castle School for Retarded Chll.
Sheppard, President/ of Pine
where she will fire her Tartar at sea. his reknowned editorials, recog-
missiles battery for the first dren. Also present for the ceremony were Mrs. Robert Baxter Navy Day was founded by the nized this extension of sea power
time. (left), wife of the senior chief petty officer in VP-16, and Mrs. Navy League of the United Statesin when he said "Just as the final
The 422 foot shipwaslaunch- C. J, Eadie, wife of Cdr. Eadie.A 1922. The date of October security of Russia is in the Red
ed in 1953 and completed in 27 was selected for two
Army, the final of
old so
assuredof security
little girl will be the fund is seven year
19S She was convened for reasons<< : First, it was on this the United States in is the "
six more years of special Charlotte George.. :ghQ e father Navy.
missile duties in 1964. During date in 1775 that bin was sent
a
In a recent letter to the
training because of a memorialfund AE2 David George died In Navy
the conversion antisubmarine established by the familyof the same crash. Utarlotte has to the Continental Congress pro- League of the United States Sec
warfare weapons were installed a Navy pilot killed in an air- been attending the Pine Castle yiding for the creation of a fleet, retary of the Navy Paul H. Nitze
along with air conditioning craft accident. School for Retarded Children for and second it is the birthday said, "Credit for the success
systems; the bridge area and When Ltjg. Michael G. Nation, several years of special training. of Theodore Roosevelt whose and well being of the United
CIC spaces were enlarged and attached to Patrol Squadron 16 During this time she will receive vision and far-sightedness made States Navy over the past 190
better equipped; a super structure at' NAS Jax. was killed in the training that will enable her to our Navy a first rate naval power.In years should be attributed to the .
atomic washdown systemwas crash of his aircraft at Bermuda, take her place as a productive 1898 Theodore Roosevelt, patriotism and dedication of the '
installed along with the Tar- his wife, Patricia and parents member of society. then an assistant Secretary the men of the Naval Service. They
tar missile system. Mr. & Mrs. George Nation decided Navy, recommended to the Secretary have voluntarily devoted many ,::J1I
Kersaint carries a crew of establish. a fund with Charlotte is one of four child- of the Navy that a studybe years of service,and in numerous
20 officers 74 petty officers grants to be made in his name. ren of the Georges and resides made to determine the pos--
Continued on Page 2 One of the first recipianu of with her mother in Orange Park. sible military applications of the Continued on Page 2Jiiii ,





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Editorial ''J>'jyn : _rsn: f, $, Chaplain's Message II HROMAN


A Regular Letter Home

By Chaplain Graham


Means More Than WordsSome CATHOLICSt. Most of us win acknowledge that along with training and experience
Chapeland
Edward's comes confidence. To know our job and its responsibility is the

20 years ago a father received a letter from his serviceman or combat. Training developes a pattern of thinking and Insures,
son. It made little sense. A wartime censor had deleted Naval Hospital/ physical like muscle..to\ be developed, It must be exercised
most of the sentences, leaving a few disjointed paragraphs and Once developed, It must be used or it will become soft and un
SUNDAY MASSES excell In athletics, he must be
some connective words. responsive. If one is to consistentin
The writer had unknowingly written items of interest to the Hospital - 0630St. his training. Even so, one seeding advancement In his vocation

enemy. A harmless sounding sentence,' "Our outfit won't be here Edward's mutt maintain a high level of efficiency which only comes from
& 1100
much longer, so don't worry If I don't write for awhile," had been Chapel - 0900 study and practice. This is true, especially In one's spiritual life.

deleted. This information clearly indicated a movement of !.I. S. We must be desirous of that which is spiritual. Therefore, one's f
forces. DAILY MASSESSt. spiritual muscle Is developed at a young age but seldom used as 1
This letter could have fallen into enemy..hands in a number Edward's: one grows older, the experience Is not too gratifying. One example '.
of ways. Captured mail sacks from a torpedoed ship is one ex- Monday thru Friday. .- 1130 of this truth Is prayer. When one complains that prayer is a voidno ,I
0900
.. -. ample. Saturday - one hears them, then that person has a right to be concerned. \

Today's letter writing problem does not necessarily concern Naval Hospital: To feel the responsiveness of God one must first have trained 'j?
what service personnel write. It Is what they fail to write. Tills Friday---------- 1205 himself to be responsive to Him. ;
problem is magnified for commanders during force buildups like Men who have become spiritual giants in the past and present,
the present one. Commanders are concerned with individuals who CONFESSIONSSt. have all had one thing In common---the ability to hear God speak :
do not write home as regularly as they should. Edward's : by their willingness to practice listening for His voice.It .
Initial service entry is a strange experience for most people.It Saturday - -1900 2000 Is acknowledged practice makes for perfection. Thus only
is equally strange for their families, representing the first Sunday - - -0815 0845: through personal efforts in the field of prayer can one hope to attain
separation for some.A 1015 1045 great spiritual experiences. This daily exercise is necessary
few scribbled lines such as "We're working hard and I have Hospital: Sunday -0615 to keep the muscles of spiritual perception intact. The inability I
little time to write, but I want you to know Im well fed, in good
CLASSES to hear Is our fault; God still speaks. How is your spiritual per- I
health, and keep you in my thoughts, helps bring happiness to the CATECHISM
folks at home and helps ease their worries. It need not be these Chapel Annex Building 722: ception?

exact words. The point is, it's better to write a letter, than to Saturday's 1000
delay writing.
More seasoned service personnel also, have a responsibility in DIVINE/ / SERVICES
Serviceman's LetterDuring
motivating the younger ones to "keep in touch back home. PROTESTANTAll A
Perhaps the real value of letter writing might best be summedup Saints' Chapel

by the words of one non-commissioned officer: "The most these trying times that make It necessary for so many
heart warming sight I've ever seen was a middle aged woman servicemen to be separated from their families, we sometimestend
telling a neighbor lady about a letter received from her son.Her SUNDAY'S to forget the hardships imposed not only on the families but
,face: .actually glowed as she talked." (AFPS), 0800 - --Holy Communion also on the serviceman.Mrs. .

0930 & 1100Divine Worship Joan Christiansen, a NAS Jax Civil Service worker recently

190th BIRTHDAY FRENCH SHIPContinued SUNDAY SCHOOL received a letter from her husband, V. E. Christiansen,
TDC, stationed In Rhode Island that expresses in poetry
Continued from Page 1 from Page 1 0930 - Chapel Annex
Building 722 the sentiments of many servicemen who find .themselves alone because -
instances have sacrificed their and 216 seamen. Part of the
been trained in the they feel a need to help in the defense of our country. Mrs.
lives, for our Navy and countryin crew has
Christiansen kind enough to share this letter with us.
United States the WEDNESDAY'S was
in
peace and war. In spite of operation
long separations from loved ones of the Tartar system. 1900 ------Choir Rehearsal
and the dangers of armed con- The guided missile ship will
flict these Navy men continue steam from Mayport to Puerto SECOND MONDAY of Each Month From Dad With/ / Love
unselfishly to volunteer serviceto Rico upon completion of her missile 0930 Chapel Women's Guild
their country. firings. (Small Chapel) There once was a happy father, and of course a mother too, who
"Our nation's seapower pro- had five very wonderful children, and a home with a sunny view;
vides the life blood for our Time's Running Out. 7a U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL. They all lived there in the southland, enjoying each other every
nation's strength. The men and Sunday's - 1000 day, until finally Uncle Sam told the father, "You'll go north to

women who are a part of the earn your pay"; -
seapower team are the vital com- So the father reluctantly left them, with many kisses and a
ponents of this potent force.... Traffic ViolationsThe sweet goodby, but you could tell as he left he would miss them,
by the glint of a tear In his eye.
ADM. KOCHContinueellrom Now this poem concerns that father and in his rhyming letterto
following is a report of you,
+*_* Page I r motor vehicle accidents and traf He'll say how he feels about being gone--you might call it "The
Point Hawaii, and the Naval Air fic violations for the period 19 Northern View".

Station at Norfolk, Virginia.It October to 25 October. First, he loves to get letters from children, especially his,
is to be noted that, although -'0 Number of Accidents which he adores, and he answers their every letter, but is often
long associated with Naval Avia- 0U1 This Week 19 October through delayed by his chores;

tion Admiral Koch began his 25.... .......... .....................3 He regrets being late with his answers, and knows it makes
aviation career with the U. S. Total Accidents this year through little girls sad, but hopes that all is forgiven when it finally comes-
He ... 1965 ... . ... .. ,
Army. did, not receive his ... . .199 signed "Love, Dad".
Naval Commission upon his n.., Number of Accidents through Oct. The next thing he likes Is their he often views it with
graduation from the U. S. Naval 1964. . .. . . . 194 swelling chest, and tells anyone who picture will listen, "Their mine, and
Academy in 1933 for one year Total number of days since the very best!I"
due to Congressional limitations last Injury in a motor vehicle The
picture helps touch
bring them closer ,
on size of Naval Officers Corps. :r.u'4 :: accident ..............................3 but sadly he remembers nearly close enough to them
they are far and that he loves
away,
During the interim period, he Number of Violations and misses them much;

attended Army Flight Trainingat Cjo This Week250ct.......:.........28 He remembers the oldest named Debbie the with the long
Randolph and Kelly Fields ::: Speeding.................:............5 golden hair, she likes Beatles one Dad
thinks
boys and records and
received Army Air Corps Wings.Re .. Reckless Driving...................0 Is a real gone square; ,
entering the Navy in .nII.. Going through Stop Sign.........1 Then it's Billy or lot
Viggo the ,
Bill in
1934, he received further flight Other Violations.................22 he studies hard but or he's the oldest boy is
can get into trouble and with rubber bands
,
Pensacola .
training at Florida, Twenty four drivers appeared a very good shot;
and was designated aNavalAvia- before the Traffic Hearing Board

-.\or. at the meeting held on 25 Oct. XontheGSWh0'S the youngest of boys> in the picture he's in
Disposition of the cases includedthe
following: Five lost drivingand lfauf.n! -V very good boy when he wants to, but Is usually morereaay
parking privileges aboard to fIght;

AX AIR: NEWSThe station for various periods; Two tht-Then last comes Marie who's the smallest, she just started school
were assigned to complete an she prints her name with a pen can count up to ten, and
eight hour course in remedial knows how. to lead a school cheer.
driving at NATTC. That S what he see's to his ,
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Nine recei- the Picture,at least that's the story in part
ved Ten were rest he'll keep p up there with him his heart;
locked in
suspensions; given securely
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Ann when
warnings; Two dismissed; Two W nights come upon him,and his thoughts seemtearful
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a fined (U. S. Commissioner); and and sad, open this treasure of memories, and feel
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Four referred to commanding warm and happy and glad.

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, officers for possible disciplinaryaction. Then
rfipCHUrSVher are others and Grandpa -
he
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon'on Monday before old f !: misses, Grandma
hS vand SUch, but his wife Is the one he misses the most,
News items welcomed all
publication. are for sources- cause to means so much;

Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. She'' kind and gentle! and noble and her face is seldom grim,
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries the\Senece mother of their wonderful children and their daddy in
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing of him.

Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida. Buy Those then
are the
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359-4040 he things that he thinks of, the thoughts
3590271.
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Telephone or but day by day,. as *he sits at his desk in the northland lonely,
;arn7ng spay "
23 NO. 33 October 28 1965 Now he'll close this
VOL. Bonds from above little rhyme story and asking for blessing
he'll say "God bless again,
and then you all til we're together
sign i it

From Dad ---With Love




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I II Attack Squadron 176 Has New CO r ,,.' I 1"1
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Roosevelt and USS Sara- --
Cdr. Martin returned to r "a
Navy's Postgraduate School -R
Monterey, Calif., where he
his MS degree before
to VA-176. I IJI
Cdr. Edwards will report to "
USS Wasp for duty as Navi- ,---s-
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The "Thunderbolts" have ,.;f" ; 't; .. t
returned from re- D.0. HUTCH NGS, ADR3, explains the/ mission of HARTU if '
deployment
the attack aircraft carrier Jax's P2E patrol aircraft to boys of the Big Brothers association r rof .
: Shangri-La where they won Duval/ County. The group was hosted by HARTU during their !
ComNavAirLant Battle Ef- tour here, Saturday. They were shown the various aircraft aboard
I I "E" and the Chief of the station; which was highlighted with a look into a P3A 'Orion .'-, ".
Operations'Aviation. Safety of VP16. The tour ended with a lecture and fire demonstration '
i'D. bv the HAS Fire Department. _..
'' Intrepid Wins Two

((1I Atlantic Fleet AwardsNorfolk

\VISITCLAUDE' Va. (AFPS) .. Two
f ...... of the U. S. Navy's highest oper-
.. .. ... '... ational readiness awards for the
,: I / Atlantic Fleet have been won by
NOLAN the aircraft carrier USS Intre-
pid (CVS 11)) anti submarine
"..." I Intrepid's commanding officer
: ( ........... Captain Guiseppi Macri USN,
< i, --9"t>!I:: AG & .Nrl ''i.i ... During the past four years,
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II Suggested Christmas Items I r You and Your Dental Health" I ; I

Members of ancient tribes Dental Association saysout teeth fibers projecting from it. The }
II often wore teeth around their can last a lifetime. Nature meant jawbone, periodontal fibers, and
For Servicemen In Viet Ham necks as a mark of beauty. We them to.Yet the gums are the tooth's support
modern like to wear them in if we understand the cause ing tissues. The enamel protectsthe
you were a sailor or Mar- Low on the list of things wanted our mouths. It has been onlyin of tooth loss and act on our tooth against damage from
ine on active duty in Viet-Nam, for Christmas are personal recent centuries that man has knowledge, we need not to bea the outside and provides the hard
8,000 miles from home, what jewelry, billfolds, cameras; all considered his teeth to be of realimportance. nation of dental cripples.What surface we need for biting and
,, would you want for Christmas? of which are available in base exchanges Until the major killIng are our teeth like? A chewing. The dentin, which Is
The USO asked the questionat in Viet-Nam. diseases were brought under tooth consists of a crown'and a also hard, and the pulp, providethe J
its three clubs there Saigon, Now here's a word to those some measure of control, men root. The crown is protectedby pathways for tooth nourish-
DaNang and Tan Son Nhut and planning to send Christmas and had too many other things to a hard outer coat of enamel. ment. Food for the tooth Is
released the results of the sur- holiday gifts overseas. worry about. Why be concerned The bulk of the tooth under the, carried by the blood stream
vey just completed. Plan ahead. Gifts sent by surface about keeping his teeth when his enamel consists of dentin. Inside through the jawbone and into
Here's the serviceman Christmas transportation may take up life expectancy was only 35 or the dentin is the pulp, a delicate the tooth's blood vessels in the .. .
checklist from Viet-Nam: to 45 days before they are re- 40 years? Now, the average tissue, which contains nerves pulp.
ti i *More letters from home, including ceived. Postal officials advise man lives until age 70and in and blood vessels. The root So long as the teeth remains
lots of Christmas cards. that packages sent via air mail his seventieth year, he should of the tooth is covered with intact and the supporting tissues
More pictures and snapshotsof should arrive between 5 and 8 still have his natural teeth.If cementum, which serves to bind are kept strong, our teeth remain >
loved.ones and friends, home- days, depending on the bulkinessof we follow the rules of good the tooth to the jawbone and the healthy. Good dental habits? .
town and neighborhood activities. the package. dental health, the American gums by means of periodontal assure good tooth health. / -
r. .M oe h ometown newspapers.. : :
Current and popular maga-
zines even if they are out of date

r on Tape arrival.- recorded messages THEY ARE SUPPORTING YOUR PORTMany
which can be played back in the
tape room of USO clubs overseas.

a the There exchange is a of marked tapes increase with familyand in individuals and groups have examined the facts and decided to vote

friends. Taped recordings for the Port Authority bond issue Nov. 2, agreeing the situation means a

r are popular rapidly means becoming of communication the most good investment in our own future. This bond issue means a greater financial

6''. with Armed today's Forces generation overseas. in the tomorrow for all Duval County The undersigned urge that you

j Still high on the list of pre- help them support your port. invest in modern facilities that can handle

homemade ferred presents cakes,overseas candy and are the greatly expanding business being offered Jacksonville.

cookies--but please, not store-
bought repeat homemade.A .

packaging word of caution and wrapping here--careful is, of JOIN WITH THESE FELLOW DUVAL COUNTIANS INVEST IN YOUR *f. -

course, a necessity with easily "
damaged foods, and special attention OWN FUTURE VOTE YES ON NOV. 2ml:
'.. must be given their mail
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"The way the cookies crumb- This list Is In No Way Intended to Indicate Every Group or All Citizens Who Have SpokenOut
les" is not funny in Viet-Nam. in Favor of the Bond Issue, But Is More Than Symbolic of the Support Knowledgeable Cit
These homemade tastetreatsmix izens Are Offering This Crucial Cause as Tuesday's Election Nears.
t well withthelike-homeham-
burgers and creamy, thick milk-
shakes you get at USO clubs in BOARD OF GOVERNORS, GREATER JACKSON. THE PROPELLER CLUB OF JACKSONVILLE
Viet-Nam. VILLE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE THE JACKSONVILLE JAYCEE WIVES CLUB
Specifically on the notwantedlist THE JACKSONVILLE JUNIOR CHAMBER OF NORTHSIDE BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB
are cumbersome gifts and COMMERCE ARLINGWOOD CIVIC CLUB
civilian clothes. THE AMERICAN BUSINESS WOMEN'S ASSOC. THE JACKSONVILLE JOURNAL
THE WEST DUVAL JAYCEES WFGA-TELEVISION
4 yx DUVAL COUNTY REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE THE JACKSONVILLE CHRONICLE
COMMITTEE SENATOR JOHN MATHEWS
ALDERMAN PARK CIVIC CLUB CITY COMMISSIONER J. DILLON KENNEDYTHE
FLORIDA TIMES-UNION (Administrator of former municipal docks)
WJXT TELEVISION DR. ROBERT H. SPIRO ri .,
\' THE BEACHES LEADER (Pres. Jacksonville University)
; MAYOR LOUIS RIDER CLAUDE J. YATES
I.I GOVERNOR HAYDON BURNS (Pres. Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce)
HENRY KRAMER GEORGE OLSEN
(Pres. Setzer Food Fair, Member State (Mayor Atlantic Beach, Exec. Vice Pres. Gator
Board of Regents) Bowl Assoc.)
JAMES B. LUMPKINS LABOR UNIONS INCLUDE:
I (Pres. State Bank, Chairman Committee of 100)) INTERNATIONAL LONGSHOREMEN'S ASSOC.
i ir LANDON WILLIAMS NORTHEAST FLORIDA BUILDING CONSTRUCTIONPres.
I ( Local International Longshoremen's TRADES COUNCIL
Assoc.) INDEPENDENT WORKERS UNION OF FLORIDA
RICHARD J. LEWINSON SEAFARERS INTERNATIONAL UNION OF AMERICA
(Pres. Levy's, former President Chamber of CENTRAL LABOR UNION
Commerce; Member Expressway Authority) JACKSONVILLE CITY EMPLOYEES, LOCAL 1048
I THE DUVAL COUNTY TAX PAYERS ASSOC. NATIONAL MARITIME UNION OF AMERICA
THE COMMITTEE OF 100 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF MASTERS,
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1-:1 NEW BOOKS AT THE LIBRARY I If Y Ask IJs 1

Arnold Librarian Daryl Bovllock, age .
Dy'Sharon a.
Halloween, for the most part, "I am going to be a MOst
THE BERLIN WALL by Pierre only be handled as fiction, a enforcement techniques to find belongs to children, so this week get a lot of -, ,and
Gal"":. This is the story of novel that touches the nerve cent- him. Trooper Scott Gregory and "If Ya Ask Us" went to the Navy candy and if
the people who escaped over, ers of our defense pU""tngt that Detective Lt. Bassett team up Wives Nursery and ask pre another ghost
under, and through the Berlin the best-selling author Of this to Journey clue by clue throughthe school age children their velws comes, I will .
Wall. Since 1961 the Wan, has book was forced to use a nom fascinating ramifications of on Halloween. As Art LInkletter dig a hole and
created international crises and de plume. the case to its startling climax proved, "Kids say the darndest bury him. lam
has divided families k has CHILDREN'S; BOOKS things." going to getbibblegumand +
spawned villains,gangsters, and NEVER CALL RETREAT by Peggy Ann Kisner, age 5 -
racketeers. But it also has Bruce Catton. The final volumeof DAVID AND THE GIANT by "I am not scared because we chocolate and Boy oc
produced its heroes. Here then Bruce Canon's monumental M. McQintock. An I Can Read get candy and candy bars enough for
a
Centennial History of the Civil book. Here is the stirring storyof trick-or- bin
is the story of themen and women go g truck load.
War traces the war from Fredericksburg young David, the shepherd treating.This ..
of
who have lived in the shadow Julie Hutchins, .
the WalL through the succeeding boy who vanquisned Goliath, told year I want to -it don't believe In age 5 "J,
grim and relentless campaigns in equally stirring, vigorous be a tiger or '-:- my Mother ghost.....because- ....
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THE PENETRATORS by Anthony to a Courthouse at Appomattoxand verse and pictures. In simple, maybe' a witch. 't.., told me when :t .
Gray. A dedicated English the death of IJnco: .' Though moving words that the young If I am a witch, ;'" I was four. My 'i' i
military mm, who is convinced Mr. Catton takes the war only to reader can read for himself I will fly :
Mother Is t.
that his own cotntry's fate lies its':,formal end, be vividly points told the early life of David,-his around the Kisner trick-or-going ,.z ',
that reconstruction adventures in the hills tending his ; t
in convincing his American up continues moon. My brother is going to treating with '\
the fal- to this moment. father's sheep, his visit to King I
counterparts of deadly be a hat or a turkey and think 'me because
lacy of their belief that world Saul, who found solace in David'ssongs Its the best time of the whole
ONE AMONG NONE and David's eventual some teen- '
security lies in American ICBMs by Roy year."
and America's impenetrable de- Strittoo. When M.L T. Professor triumph over the giant who held agers may Hutchinscome
fenses against air and missile John Mason disappears, urgent the world in fear. Kieth Franklin, age 4.. and take awaymy candy. My
queries from the Depart "There are lots of ghosts aid bag is 150 feet big and I stay ou
flimsy
the .
attack, dedds to expose ....... '
foundation oa which these ment of Defense prompt the CIA, SEEDS AND MORE SEEDS by spooky things I''J' '1 1at till 12 o'clock.
beliefs rest. A stfcject so hot, DIA, FBI and Massachusetts State M. Selsam. An I Can Read Science night and + '.. : GIna Moore, age 4.. "I
Book. wanted know. I like all the ,.,... v.'.... witch
so controversial" so vital to our Police to combine: their best Benny to am going asa and I amscared
national security tnauit.could _talent and most effective law Would a stone grow? Would a scarey things I because
marble grow ? Would a seed? am going to be ; black at
He planted each of them,but the a lion so I can at night and
1nii iI W tiny,! green plant came only from chase the tig- there are .J
It ,
the pot which held the seed. This er. I am going Franklin ghosts. But If {
was the beginning Benny planted to take my another witch t
many different seeds. Father trick or treating, comes after
As Benny learns more and so he can carry all the candy me, I can turn,', !t
more about seeds, so will theyoung I get/' her Into toad. Moore
reader. \

TV mmedianJohnnyCarson: Teresa McHugh age 4 --I Michal Kennedy- "I am not :;
"Pm am scared of Halloween because scared on Halloween because I r.
really envious of
any I am scared of am going to j>e ,
1966 FIAT ffi young man who dates one of the
Johnson daughters. It Isn't too ghosts and a skinny ghost a1 }
JAGUAR CARS OF often you get to sit on a sofa tigers. I like so Icanflybetter '
MCKSONVIllI1W7 while the girl's father goes togoouttrlckortreatlng- I' than a fat'! ; t
Htudrljks Av 398-5744 around the house turning off one. I am go'i R. ... ,
the lights." with my Mother ing to get 10 \ 9\0 r
and mybrother candy bars and J\ ,
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whole bt of Mcnugn all In two minutes -
candy, more than my brother." .// Kennear"

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Kur'iC'ptff9. the keys for the new vehicle' 'is Master Chief

!, (l'ft'f"id) *"*, H/e/ .CPO Club Advisory Board
7cr while Club Manager C. W.. Buchanan left center) accepts the't

ownership pope,5. Delivering/ / the keys 'is Commander L. A. Mel?
ard, Jr., HAS Executive Officer, while Cmer Winn of Riverside, / f

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Average Jax Civil Service Board Has


.A WorkerFederal 2 Immediate Openings

j ; employees average 43 "
of and have average
years age The Board of U. S. Civil Service -'
14 years' Government service, June 30, 1964 CSC study of a ,
Examiners,.U. S. Naval Air
according to a recent Civil Ser- 10 percent sample of most Federal iI
vice Commission report. Station,Jacksonville,Florida has workers. ./
just announced two new examinations -
The report also showed that for filling Immediate vacan- these posistions,see examination
men average 43.7 years of age announcement: No. AT 3 26
cies at the U. S. Naval Air Station -
and women 15.5 42.6 while of serviceand men ,Jacksonville,.Florida in the ( 65)) for Production Dispatcherand .,..._ I
average years examination announcement
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positions of Warehouse Workerand '" .
c _.I* women 11.5. Production Dispatcher. The No. AT 3 27(65)( ) for Ware-
i1 Most employees, men and house Worker. Copies of these
for these
s t requirements two posi-
P women, were in the age group examination announcements and
A F
1 tions based the
are on
passingof
4-44, accounting for nearly 18 the necessary forms for filing
written The
a test only. rates
percent of the total. Other age be obtained at the Employment
of $2.26 hour for may
pay are per
Mhr. with sizable numbers of
groups Office, Bldg.907U.S.Naval -
I cent of the employees had at
employees are, in order: 45-49 Air Station, Jacksonville,
least 40 of service.
years old ((16 percent), 50-54((13 years Florida.
;___ percent), 35-39((13'percent), and The report stemmed from a
. 30-34 ((10 percent). Fewest were
in the age groups under 20((0.4
AT A RECENT CEREMONY Captain John R. Mackroth, Com- percent) and over 70 ((0.5 per-
manJing Officer, NAS Jacksonville, presented emblems in recognition cent). A./
"i' of 30 years Federal service to 4 civilian employees. The highest percentage of em-
1 Shown above with Captain Mackroth/ are James 0. Burton, 6 yearsJ' ployees according to length of ,= USED CARS

t Navy, 24 years civilian service, Marvin E. Ladage, 20/4' years 20-24 service years'is found service in ,the with group 21.4

; Navy, 9% years civilian service, Donald B. McMillan, 25Ji years percent of the workers falling
1 Navy, 5 years civilian service, and Peter G. Raizis, 79Ji years in this category. Following that
i Navy one// !JO/'/ years civilian service. Also attending the ceremony service group are, In order:
t were Captain T. Washington, Jr., Overhaul and Repair Officer 5-9 years' service((19.7 percent), DUVAL MOTORS
l and Captain J. A. Hiegel, Public Works Officer. 15-19 years' service ((18.4 per-
1 cent), and 10-14 years' service
18.2 percent ). s
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LUXURY SPECIALS!

1964 T-BIRD . ". .Was $3795. .NOW S3289
I hardtop, fully equipped.

1964 GALAXIE 500..Was 12395. .NOW $1949
4 dr. sedan, auto/trans. V-8 PS
air cone/,
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1964 CALAXIE/ 500..Was 52295. .NOW $1849
2 rlr., hardtop, V"8, auto/trans., R&H, PS, aircond.
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IT'SE === 1963 GALAXIE 500. Was $1895. .NOW $1695
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.1 2 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto/trans., R&H, PS, air
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1964 RAMBLER 220. .Was 57395. .NOW 57789

4 dr.sedan\ ., standard shift, R&H, WSW, like
==== new. *-*, .,
1964 PLYMOUTH. 'j. Was 51594. .NOW 5J095
2 aV., sedan, standard shift, R&H, WSW.
= 1964 COMET. . Was 5/850./ .NOW 57595
FR -- sedan, standard shift,,R&H, WSW.
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=. 1963 FAIRLANE..Was 57680. .NOW 57395
r 4 dr., V'8, auto/trans., R&H, PS.

I 1962 CHEVY..Was 57595. .NOW 57349
1 A. '1rO I'IliTA I1hT 4 dr., V-8, auto/trans., R&H, double power, air
cond. c eBUDGET
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1962 ANGLIA..Was/ 5795. .NOW 5595

7960 DODGE SENECA. Was 5689. .NOW 5495
= 4 dr., standard shift, R&H.

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The Military Goes To The Greater Jacksonville


Reserve Unit has an amphibious tractor dis-
By Saturday, when the 11th Annual Greater Jacksonville Agricul- The Marine Corps kIIu.ii.If
outside.
tural and Industrial Fair comes to an end, an estimated 165,000 played The Phantom jet posed some transportation Prorohlerns movingit >.' *'
people will have passed by the 25 local military exhibits that are from lax to the Fair. But they were the a sailor \; (" ,
on display. floated down the Saint Johns
could handle. The big fighter jet was f
Also on Saturday all military personnel and their dependentswill barrage to the Coliseum area.
be admitted to the Fair for free. River Inside on the a Coliseum nearly all the military organizations as wellas
The Fair, which started on the 20th of this month, and the mil the National Space and Aeronautics Administration are repre-
itary have worked closely together. Yesterday there was a huge The exhibits range from a closed circut television show-
sented.
fireworks display commemorating Navy Day. Of the 25 military film entitled "A Day on a Carrier" to complex ordnanceand
exhibits .12 have been set-up by the Navy. Mr. Nathan L. Mallison, ing a electronic Navy equipment displays by the school command at Jax.
one of the Fair's vice said that this
presidents year's military have private displays entered in the various contests.
exhibits are 100 percent larger than last year. Navy people Abuewicz of Jax won an award of merit for a paint-
The largest single display the Navy has is an F-4 Phantom jet Chaplain John 7ft I.A .
set just inside the entrance gate which is sponsored. by the Naval ing he is showing. has booth showing what type hobbies can
... Air Technical Training Unit at NAS Jax. NAS Cecil Field hasa The Jax hobby shop a
cut away F-8 Crusader jet engine displayed inside the Coliseum. by persued at that installation.
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Phone: 389.1581 OPEN 8A.M.-8P.M.

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8A.M.-6P.M. SAT.

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broadcastof "A Day on a Correct Caster Correct Comber Adjust Toe-In or To. Out on our modern
DEAR TELINER equipment. Test Steering, Check Your Shocks, Remove
Carrier" Front Wheels Inspect Lining Clean, Inspect Repack Wheel Bearing,
Model B-2 Adjust Drake shoes for full Contact all wheels. Examine & Clean Brake
Drums, Check & dtav.t Duty Drake Fluid If Needed Safety Test
Add it all up and you will see why this is so popular a Drakes, Balance 2 eels.
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I NAS Hobby Shop Exhibit Is PrizeWinner '

Women's Side

At Greater Jacksonville Fair


The NAS Jax Hobby Shop was invited Of f Story .

Greater to Jacksonville submit an exhibit Fair to which the the i

ConaughtonAUTO
began Oct. 30. Hobby Shop enthusiast -
gathered together their
finest work and after the judgingwas
over the exhibit made a fine FEVER 1966The

showing. There were seven first
place awards; four second place

awards and two third place a- Roosevelt Mall shopping widely overlap; within a given

wards. center last week hosted the show- price class, no current model
'uuim This was the first time the ing of the new autos for 1966. car is apt to be outstanding super-
Hobby Shop had made an entryin The crowds were large and inquisitive ior to all others. The differencethat
the annual fair, but plans are and no wonder..the cars will sell you can be
r already being made for a much for this year are certainly determined only at first hand:
larger exhibit for the 1966 entry. beautiful. I think everyone will truly basic materials, such as

The Hobby Shops are. located agree that with all the new modelsnow body steel, are about the same
in buildings 897 and 898. They available it is easy to become in all cars.

are open for business Monday confused. For most of us Mrs. Henry Bragg of West-
through Friday noon to 10 p.m. a new car represents an side Volkswagon "Final
N. A. s. JAX HOBBY SHOP EXHIBIT AT GREATER JACKSON and Saturday, Sunday, and Hol- important financial investment. sales are definitely says made by
VILLE FAIR. idays from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Since it is not a simple matter the woman of the house. If
to choose the car best suited
the
she does not participate in
for your needs, it is best to first she is
,
shopping trip sure
torn.BEL.A..FO: : : JOWCToHoldCharity go equipped with some knowledge.This to be in on the second." So muchis

includes budget, needs and now being offered in our cars,

SocialThe purposes.All it is almost possible to live in
of the salesmen
agreed There about
&tUftJ one. is no doubt
that women are more concerned the possibility of !living in one
with the decor both interior
Officer of the
Jacksonville Wives new Campers. They are
and exterior. Color
Club will hold its annual Fall seems to spacious and equipped with

LADIES NITE-Every Tims. JAM..TII Closlsj social Saturday night at the Offlcer's be not the in the biggest least item.interested They in are the everything including the kitchen
Club beginning at 8 p.m. sink. Just take a look if you

MENS NITE-Evary Toes. : 7 AM. Til Closiig29 Music for this Halloween Charity engineering This does bring, horse up the power questionof etc. haven't already.The .
Capers will be provided by the
compact cars. They have colors are unusual this
ComFairJax Band. The dressis
FAVORITE BEVERAGE been on a steady increase in the year and many more shades are
YOUR casual and there
costume or
last few years and Ford's Mus- being utilized. Also richer tones
will be andprises.
costume judging
a
tang has proved it. The ladies of gleaming metal, which is so
Also the schedule is
on just love these little cars because appealing to the women, were
HAPPY HOUR 4 Til 6 Daily the drawing for a Mink Stole and
they are easy to.park evident at the Mall. Notice
21" color TV. The tickets are
and handle. of the advertisements -
some new car
$2 and include a Mid-
per person The larger cars have added and you will realize that

8679 ROOSEVELT BLVD. night Breakfast.to various charities.On All proceedswill all the extras for luxury and they are geared to attract the
go superb comfort. You can find ladies as well as the men. The
Sunday evening at 7:30
p.m. stero tape recordered, hi fi, following local dealers were represented -
the "O" Wives will a
sponsor telescopic sterring, concealed at the Roosevelt Mall
Teen Halloween Dance at the
19th Hole. Admission is .50 headlights, air-conditioning, and Auto Show: Duval Ford, \/estide -
the T Bird even has an overhead $ Voidswaoon.. Nonh Florida
and dress is costume or casual. '
THE OLD SARGE SAYS : ,Music will be by the Coachmen. panel that tells when doorsare Lincoln Mercury, Claude DOwntownOIds Nolan
"! ajar, seatbelts unfastened, Cadillac Pontiac,
:;: and low fuel. Riverside Chevrolet
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black bookis ) remember: Price classes can Mercedes Benz.
My i: .. Q

filled .::,:'( ,f \f N oteerest
I ICecil

with t HAS Cecil Field

I s
y Field Officers Wives Club

phone held a meeting WednesdayOctober -
20th, of Booth chairmen for
the November Bazzar. Mrs.R. .
t ;
Pi'K numbers A. Zajicheck, chairman of iA ]
the decorating committee presi-
for ded at the meeting at the ORF. ,
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I1W'1 :. gettin'
MRS. KITTY LINDSEY presents -
? certificates to members, VFP 62 Mrs. Morris Hayes ]
$ ft1\I1\
moneycoast of Ladies Auxiliary of the held an Organizational meetingat
Fleet Reserve Association her home Tuesday evening
to coastBeing 19th 8 P.M. Mrs.R. .
126 for Unit work. These awards October at
Rutherford taught the "Art t1Vw.I -,
were given at The National
of Dried Flower Arrangements"to
Convention held in Mia the group In preparation for l iM6ER, Haxlt r.. A o 1

mi in September. Left to right. the Flower Booth at the

Mrs. Lindsey, Mrs.Joy Grimes, Christmas Bazaar. Cecil Field OWC 1
Mrs. Evelyn Ranson and Mrs. 1I

Ouida McDonald.
a man of considerable experience, .
the Old Sarge knows that checkingour
Open under
new
management
phone number wherever you're H. L. NEWELLUSNRET

stationed is a pretty good idea. JET Beauty Salon
Never know when you'll need money

suddenly, and a call to us starts a loan 6481 ROOSEVELT BLVD.

working for you. Once you've 384-1522 G
established your credit with us, you've .t t WOULD LIKE ALL North of N. A. S. JPERMANENTS

established it at 760 offices.

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f\ DOMESTIC FINANCE VISIT HIM AT $10.00 Wave $9.00 s,


-r\ CORPORATION $12.50 Wove $11.50

ROBERTS CHEVROLETAND Cc
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JACKSONVILLE LOANS TO $600 $15.00 Wave $13.50

1193 So. Edgewood Ave. Phone 389-0391 OLDSMOBILEGreen
440 W. Adams St. Phone 356-0091 Shampoo & Set $2.50 he
926 Arlington Road Phone 721-OS50 Hair Cut SI.50
25 E. Adams St. Phone 356-0076 Cove Springs FloridaPH. cl
1638 Main St. Phone 354.6841 Tues.. Ued.. Thurs. ONLY d
5852 Norwood Ave. Phone 765-1601 .
f 3102 Beach Blvd. Phone 359-2051 284-3033 Emily LaRue wi
JAX
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BLUEJACKETS INN Carl I
MoviesMovies Club Schedules"O"CLUB Boyd and the Rhythm Kings will

be at the club tonight with March

Music this Friday Wilson and the Redcoats featuredon
will be shown regularlyat night will be provided by Friday. Saturday's band will
7 1 p.m. Monday through Saturday the Sophist Kats. The JOWC be Carl Boyd and Phil Cay and
NATTC will have two will be holding their Halloween the Chancels will appear Sunday.

feature times, 2 pjn. and 7 p.m., Charity Ball on Saturday night so Game night Is every Wednesday. Ads should be mailed to the Holt, Publishing Company, I

on Saturdays ;and Sundays. The get your reservations now. UiO 4724 Clyd Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
hospital will have one feature Tuesday is foreign dish night NOTES, 318 N. Ocean later than Tuesday 'for publication the following Thursday.
Street
at 7 Special events this
on Sunday p.m. featuring a menu of gourmet the USO weekat Ads arriving too lat. for this deadline will be published the
AH evening movies at Cecil Include Buddie Nightat
treats from various countries.
Field began at 5 and 7 1 p.m. the USO on Friday. For Hal- following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
Is Fried Chicken
Wednesday night '
These times, are subject to for the whole family. loween a" pace Spook Square and or mon.y ardor for the full cost of the ad must b*

.change.Thursday. CPO CLUB Mark Castle and Round Dance Party" Is planned receiv.d1TH the copy,for the ad.
October 28 from 8-11 DO NOT SEND CASH
the Versailles will the p.m. Vespers and
provide refreshments on Sunday will be RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . $2.00
entertainment Friday with
Lee NAS Marvin- Cat Ballou-Jane Fonda, dancing on Saturday on to the musicof provided by the Costiettes. P.r additional line ((4 words per ttne). . 0.50

NATTC Billie -.Patty Duke, the Clubmen. Light lunches
Jim Backus are being served daily as wellas CECIL FIELD EM CLUB

Hospital Mc Hale's Navy a dinner service at night. Tonight is game night Bingo .
Joins the Air Force Joe Flynn, ACEY DUCEY CLUB The will be played from 8 till 10. 2-SEWING'MA 1 2. 35 Year Old Military Company
Tim Conway Holidays will provide the music "Special Dinner" 1/2 Fried We have TWO 196$ DIAL-O- has position available: for retired -

C. Field Wild Seed, Michael for the Halloween Party and Chicken 6 till 8. Friday night MATIC, zig zags that have never Officer or CPO in Jax/
Parks, Celia Kaye door prizes will be given away. features Mel Gaden. Sunday been used. They were LAYAWAYS Maypon areas. Maxium eligible

The Swlngsters will be featuredon music by the Redcoats. Mon- fltvtr picked up, cus- age-SO. Send brief resume and,
Saturday with Mark Castle on day, Tuesday, and Wednesday- tomers left area .We are unable availlblllty date to Regional Director -

Friday October 29 Sunday. Game night is every HAPPY HOUR from 5 till 6.LOUNGI to locate them; you can have P O Box 13177, Orlando,
.Sunday and Tuesday. these machines for the balanceof Fla. 32809.
E $47. each, cash or terms. _
NAS Haunted Palace Win! IJftE7J; FREE! Phone 353-1946 anytime will deliver SELL-RENT-BUY-TRADE
CHOICE 2;,4, BR homes, $100
Vincient Price, Lon Chancy no obligations. Will take
older machine trade A down, no closing costs. Fast
NATTC Cat Ballou Jane as -1 Sew-
Move In. Tell us your needs.
Fonda, Lee Marvin ing Machine Company.
DUKE LOSTUMBO, Broker, call
Hospital Billie Patty Duke, 387-4296
771-0374 or
Jim BackusC. HOMES SALE RENT _

Field The Third Day Some no dn, Many $0 $100 SINGER electric sewing machinein

Elizabeth Ashley, George Pep- dn. No closing costs,New homes, console cabinet, like new.
pard All the X-TRAS, Family Rm, Sews forward and reverse. All

1966 FIAT Fenced yd., built in R/0... attachments for making button-
Saturday, October 30 You name it. TIMMERMAN holes, zig ,zagging and fancy

JAGUAR CARS OF JACKSONVILLE RLTY, DRKR 771 2792 and stich designs. Fully guaranteed.Can .
NAS I'd Rather Be Rich 771-1861. be seen in your area. Make
Sandra Dee, Robert Goulet 1037 Hendrkks Ave. 398-5746 eight monthly payments of $4.91or
NATTC FOR SALE: 41 A. timberland, will discount for cash. Write:
Haunted Palace -
Vincent Price, Lon Chaney 6 miles south of Green Cove Credit Manager, 122 S. Clearwater -

Hospital Cat BallouJane Springs, call 284 9587 Road, Largo, Florida.

Fonda, Lee MarvinC. FURN APTS-2&3BR, new, mod,
Field '- Mc Hale's Navy TAIthLrn NO QUALIFYING, 3BR cement furn 2653 Dellwood Ave, River-
Joins the Air ForceJoe Flynn blk NAS Cecil $100 dn. $83.79mo side $65 mo. call EV7-3393
Tim Conway arrange SP1-5554
HAVING SPARK PLUG TROD:

A PACKA6I STORE FOR SALE: 3BR, home In Cedar BLE? Buy a set of fire injectors -
Sunday, October 31 Hills, small equity 389-0096 or and forget them. Guaranteed
388-8479 for life of car. Types to
NAS Guns of August GO 00 DISCOTHEQUE! fit all American and foreign cars.
Documentary on WWI FOR SALE: 4 BR, 2 B, HOME Hours 17:00 to 21:00: dally 5359
'
I NATTC I'd' Rather Be DANCING UNTIL 2 AM Bit-in range &oven, fnced yard, Royce Ave.
I Rich Sandra Dee, Robert Gou- $100 down $68 month. or 3BR, I
let 11/2B, Bit-in at $65 month.
LADIES NIGIIT'EACIITIIUFSDAV FOR SALE: Maple furniture,
Hospital Haunted Palace F.VENINGMIXED' POWELL REALTY, BRKS, 264- bambod drapes, dishes, linens

Vincent Price, Lon Chaney 6144 m and a talking Mynah bird, and
DRINKS FOR LADIES
C. Field Billie Patty Duke, FOR SALE: 1964 Pontiac Tempest misc. call morns 8 to 12 384-
HALF. PRICE
Jim Backus conv, red, call Elias SPl- 3267_ .
3909 BLANDING BLVD. 3211 ext 316 before 2 GARAGE SALE: Sat. Oct 30th

Monday, November 1 used elec wtr htr, studio couch
w/green print slip cover,' 1 pr.
CASE LOTS AT COST10% DRIVE-IN SERVICE Oct.26thrvNtv.3CEDARHILLS French doors elec. mangle, 45
NAS of Fear
City Terry
RPM record player w/records,
Moore
Marisa Mell
Lucera Rd.
misc. items.,4340
NATTC Guns of August _____ 387-4593
Documentary on WWI THEATRE _. 771-2155
I'd Rather be Rich ( Thas.ls AlreiJy\
Hospital POPULAR PRICES- FOR SALE : Doll clothes, 265

Sandra. Dee Robert GouletC. Air. Yea rest Continuous-sfiows I ft9\ Mercury Dr. Orange Park Mea-
Field Cat Ballou Jane 1:00.*
Feature at dowbrook Terrace section.

Fonda, Lee Marvin SEE IT FOR YOURSELFI! 3:10.5:151:459:45.: : FURN APT 3859 HerscheU 4 rms

& bath utilities furn, $70. mo.
Tuesday, November 2 ly Adieu Of Tb. U. S. SipreM .. Yft 387-1950 Clark

Curt Is Sbm UNCUT NUAdadPjmaceorp--
Bilii
NAS -, In Harm's Way John HOUSE FOR SALE: Will guarantee -

Wayne, Kirk Douglas : rad UNCENSOIED... to buy back upon termination -
NATTC City of FearTerry ,... of leave. 3BR 2B, pan den,

Moore, Marisa Mell a lIIHlnJ"/18lI captala.. bit-in stove sep DR, bar in kit,
388-9756{
Hospital Guns of August -
"A genuinely ajlriwhahsplsiitb
Documentary on WWIC. adult film. .
Field and TRAILER SPACE FOR RENT:
Haunted Palace a mature bath
Vincent Price Lon Chaney deeply poignantglimpse am fishing, launching, free use of all
at lifel"8oeleyCrowther! bat,1f,1l/Ii'f.1/ boats week-days, extra lrge lot,
N. Y. Time with school buses at door.$25 mo.
November 3 could llry.a
Wednesday, so they 264-9663__

I offer you a sure foundation for
NAS Pie in the Sky Lee family harmony, happiness in
Grant, Richard Bray J abundance. A truly magnificientself
NATTC In Harm's Way -
teaching family Bible- at
John Wayne, Kirk Douglas: very low terms. You may call
Hospital City of Fear S1NQ8j/? N OCK8 387-1165 and receive further in-
Terry Moore, Marisa Men a formation._
C. Field I'd Rather be Rich-
Sandra Dee, Robert Goulet -PLUS- 2ri RIG HITII HOUSE FOR SALE: Normandy
Village, VA Mortgage, $75 mo.
From the makers of the SHOCKING 3BR, IB, freshly painted outside.

His secretary was just BLOCKBUSTER "Monrfo Cane". 781.2616_
comfortably seated on his lap FOR SALE: Furn House half

his when the wife jobber looked the up and office.saw MONDO PAZZO ? blk from ocean, Atl Beach, 3
entering
$85 avail
"Mile BR, $1,000 dn, mo
High Furniture Co.
Nov 1 354-4903
,
he dictated rapidly, "Gentlemen _
Shortage or no shortagehow long FOR RENT: fum eff apt. dntwn
do you think I can run my office Starts FRIDAY! hM iowr I llltlflll INI/frN Rside; $45 mo.; studio apt, Or-
with only one chair?" ItNSONVlll1' ART ?heart / tega sect. $85 mo. 3544003October



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JAX MARINESGySgt. ?t

I Advanced In Next 6 Mo.NARTU Joel Ferguson ii

JAX will advance 20 of the Navy wide August exams. EXT. 400
men November 16 as a result Doning the chief's hat is M. R.
Wheeler, AMSC. --
Adding the third stripe will
W6N PERFORMANCE be K. W. Jones, YN1; W. B., INSURANCE The annual award by the First

PARTSNationally McDade, ATI; A. E. Peeples, Marines are cautioned not to Marine Aviation Force Vet-
YN1, and H. D. Statham.YNJ. cancel any of their present com- erans Association has previously ,r >
known, record- Those to add their second chev- mercial insurance policies or been presented to Marine Colonels -

holding cams and speed ron are J. D. Ballard, ATN2, their automatic coverage by the John H. Glenn, Jr., Mich-
parts for auto, boat and D. G. Copeland ATN2; W. D. new $10,000 group life insurancefor ael A. Yunck, and Thomas J.

motorcycle.Honda Crawford, YN2; K. L. Gallsher, servicemen. Consult with two *SSkECRUIT
TRAINING .
BSA and Triumph YN2; J. C. Green, TD2; J. W. or three insurance experts and Additional Basic Training
hard-faced cams a special Johnson, AZ2; L. L.Martin,JO2; your Personal Affairs Officer before changes were announced todayby'
j; D. McCarron, ATN2 G. R.. changing insurance.
ly. Catalog available Jf. ; your Marine Corps Headquarters. The The/ Marine
Me Heffey; ATR2; L..W. Tufo, Individual Marines could, by that TOP FLYER
SCHOOLER ENGINEERING. AK2,,'and L. 'A.. Weber, ATN2. reckless and irresponsible acts, the announcement Basic Training emphasized period will Corps Aviator of the Year,

COMPANY Sewing:on.the first crow will destroy the future happpiness continue to be four months, but Captain Raymond R. Powell,
be T. W. Gilliam, PR3; C. A. and financial security of their that within that period substantial left, operations officer, Marine
481 RYAN AVE. 389.3230 Johnson, TD3; P. B. Meo, PN3; families by changing or altering alternation and intensificationof Fighter Attack Squadron-122,
__and J. A. Vanduesen AMS3.c7lliI1 present insurance plans. Also, / talks
training will occur. 3rd Marine Aircraft Wing,
in many cases, insurance polic- The intensification, which began schedule
*! over the day's flight
ies that have been held by individuals -
last month with the reduct- his chief Gy-
for many years now with operations ,
ion of training at recruit depots
have large loan and cash values, weeks will Sgt. Russell J. Marcel. (See
;: from twelve to eight ,
and dividends on these policies )
permit the addition of a four week story
become larger with each passing program of basic specialist Following recruit training, Individual -
year. Consider this too: Due training in a number of fields combat training and

to your present age,premiums on such as artillery, motor trans- specialist training, Marines
the same policy you took out ten Pacific will receive
port and supply without requir- bound for the -
111 years ago would probably cost ing an extension of basic training additional training at the
twice as much if you applied for four Pen-
period beyond the normal Staging Battalion at Camp
/ 1o it today. months. Basic specialist train- dleton. This training will emphasize -

JAGUAR CARS OF JACKSON Witt 35-year-old TOP AVIATORA El Toro Mar- ing had previously been accomp- the conditions and problems -
lished primarily by on-the-job which encountered In
ine officer has been named 1965's are
1037 Hendricks Ave. 3985746A
Marine Corps Aviator of the training in operational com- Vietnam, such I as jungle war-
Year. mands. fare, small unit tactics, patrol-

Captain Raymond R. Powell, Marines assigned to infantry ling, and civic action.In .
duties wil be additional
provided
of Marine Fighter Attack Squad- addition to the training pro-
Instruction in their infantry sub-
ron-122, 3rd Marine Aircraft gram described above, an additional -
specialties. A Marine who will training phase is con-
o Wing, will receive The World
Trophy awarded in memory of be assigned ultimately a mach- templated for Implementation In
Alfred A. Cunningham during the ine-gunner, riflemen, mortar- the near future. This proposed
annual reunion of the First Mar- man or grenadier, for example, training will Include approx-
will receive, in addition to individual imately four weeks of unit and
ine Aviation Force Veterans As-
Y sociation to be held l October 28- combat training, spec- combined arms training at Camp
31 in Louisville, Kentucky. The ial training with his particular Pendleton for those Marines destined -

award will be presented on behalf weapon. for overseas assignment.
The of Basic Train-
of the association by Lieu- pattern
for Marines will continueto
ing
tenant General Richard C. Man-
be recruit training at Par-
Assistant Commandant of
grum, ris Island, S. C., or San Diego -
the Marine Corps--the "GrayEagle"
of Naval Aviation. California, followed by Individual -
combat training at the
Captain Powell was chosen for Infantry Training Regiments at
his outstanding contribution to Camp Pendleton, Calif., or Camp
Marine Corps Aviation", both as Lejeune, N.C. The basic spec-
a test pilot at the China Lake Naval ialist training, or assignment to
Ordnance Test Station, and as a military technical school for
a regularly assigned pilot flying those men assigned highly tech-
with an operational Marine nical specialties, will follow individual -
( fighter squadron. combat trafninz.

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ACROSS FROM ADMINISTRATION BLDG., HAS CHOW CACUS SgfMo// John Ware, coordinator i if the enlisted birthday ball// committee, discusses -

RANKING HOURS: menues for the enlisted ball with, from left Mr. Paul Bennetheon, Cook Instructor, and Mr.
Chet Howarth, supervisor of training under the local Manpower
Training and Development Act in
Moriiy tkn Tkirsdiy: 10:00: AM til 3:00 PM Jacksonville. Mr. Howarth and his associates, upon hearing local troopers were strapped with a

FrI..y: 9:30: AM ill 4:30 PM and very limited budget, agreed to prepare and serve meals for the enlisted ball as a training project
additional
at no cost to enlisted Marines' and their guests. Considering this latest development / -

Phon Extaisieu 8272 or 8273 the enlisted/ ball looks good from every angle: two bands, food prepared by a highly qualified //-

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GIIII'; : I'f>' :lli Gal ern Takes ,;: ,CF'f' Handball'! ournamenl I'

Joel Galpern a 17 year -
old freshman from the University .'
of the first :
Florida won
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annual Duval County Four'Wall It .
iasfrefbaff: Indoor Handball Tournament last \
weekend at Cecil Field.
ICecit Field Galpem who was third seeded
Wins/ Pair :
entry when the tournament started -
beat top seeded Lieutenant
play Hunter FridayCecil Commander Paul Johnson of f7. :
VA 44 In the final round of i ; A '
play 2121 and 21-5 to take "
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Field s varsity basketball start to carry Its load until the top honor.In Y3 .Ii
I team got off on the right the second half. the championship match Gal- '
foot last weekend when it open- Coehins once again paced the pern hitting the ball amost equally -
ed the season with a pair of offense with 22 points and guard well with both hands played z : .,'t
wins -liver Glynco at Brunswick. Billy Seay turned In a hustling primarily a defensive game until '
Cecil Coach O. G. Richerson job of playmaking and defense. he found! an opening for a scoringor ;: *r- W
[ was pleased with the 76 50 Bob Chappell was high man serving breaking shot. The '.t d, a .., ...
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and 57 53 wins but Is lookingfor for Glynco In the first game with final was a battle for position
stronger competition this 13 points Dick Houser led the between the two players, but CONGRA TULA TIOHS. .LCdr. Paul Johnson (right) congratulates
weekend when Hunter Air Force team In the second game with Galpern kept Johnson moving a- Joel Galpern, a 11-year-old University of Florida/ student,
Base comes to Cecil Field fora 17. round the court with a varietyof who won the Cecil Field handball tournament. Johnson took se
pair of games.In shots. cond place.
Friday's game forward Walt Richerson said after the game Galpern swatted his way Into
Cochins a returnee from 'fast that he believed the Cecil Field the final by beating Tom Kelley, thiiT
year paced the team to the 16 team could surprise some of the a research engineer at Gains-
point victory with 19 counters. bigger and better teams on its ville, 21 5 and 21 11. Johnson -
Tom Riley added 15 and turned 35 game schedule with its speed got Into the last round of
in good rebounding performance morale and spirit. play by beating Steve SchnellIn
[from his center post. Friday the team will MJJO. the semi finals 21 11
The Raiders found the goinga against Hunter at 8 p.m. on and 2117.
little tougher Saturday night. a colorful note. The Raiders have Kelley won the third place
Glynco started the game with new uniforms and warm up trophy by topping Schnell 21 0
some hot shooting and pulledoff jackets this year plus a blue 18and21-13.
to an early 14 point lead and gold basketball for pre The two day tournament had 1$ The Raider defense contained game warms and a few players 23 entries, Cecil Field Is plan-
Glynco but the offense didn't, who can stuff the ball. ning to hold a doubles tournamentIn
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Sports
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lEFT
A Field Goal Kicking eventis
by Dave to be held Wed. Nov. 3, at
Colby ...
.. Building 3.Requirement.

Perhaps It's just a bad case of nostalgia that hits every yearat :
about this time. Or it could be the absence of oak and maple 9 ..e1r L. Kicks may be made from a

leaves_and billowy while clouds in this area during the fall. t, kicking tee or held by an in-
But for some reason wheneverthe f dividual.
first touch of fall weather HANDBALLSome 2. Kicks will be made from the

comes it seems to bring more a 15-20-25-30-35: yard lines. Five
than a warning to get the blankets time back,when the Cecil kicks from each distance.
out. Field gym was in the planning c''f 3. Contestant with the greatest
Last weekend the first real stages, some one figured out number of successful tries out
touch of this arrived in this that the Naval Air Station should of twenty-five total attempts shall
area. It suddenlybecame sweater have this part of the state's only be declared the winner.

weather. Some greeted this four walled indoor handball TIle NAS JAX varsity basket-
change in the weather with grum- courts. Also along the way t ball team will practice Oct. 30
bles as they were forces to officially some one decided to havea and 31 and all hands are urged
recognize that summer tournament and that too to' try out for the team. Work-
was officially over and that happened last weekend when 23 outs will be held in the NAS gym,
"sunny Florida" does get cool players got together.And Bldg. 3. For futher information
WEEKEND GUNNERS Roy A. Prevatt (shooting) and Rodger Cox
once in a while. naturally the golf courses contact Mr. McCaffrey, at Building -
For northerns, who are were full. Golfers were tryingto got some good clove/ shooting at Cecil Field over the weekend. 3.
dislocated or displaced last beat what they had done earlierin

weekend was the first touch of the year for a last time before Win flifs
what is know as football weatherin bad weather.
a season which is already With or without oak and maple

three months old. The season leaves and billowy clouds fall Cecil Field
which continued to afford sup- left its sign last weekend. It
rises over last weekend. also left at least one person with
that reoccuring case of nostalgiaand IntrorelStondki
a local disc jockey with
MORE UPSETS
the desire to play "June Night"over ,s
the radio. III
Texas fell once again,Southern TIGERSIn .
Mississippi became a known foot- Sunday's Florida Times BOWLINGWednesday

ball school when it dumped Au- Union, Sports Editor Bill Kastelz JAGUAR CARS OF JACKSONVILLE
burn and Flordia State fans
carried a letter in his column Lost Won
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tough team regardless of its Cecil Field.Emory's Yellowwater 2 1C '
record. These are just a few letter was to remind VFP 62 4 8 I
of what used to be called upsets. Bill that Princeton was undefeated Hellrazors #2 4 8
After four weekends of inconsistent and the owners of the Gordons Bad Boys 6 6 fl6ELTflrICOUPON

college football there no second longest winning streakin Hellrazors # 1 4 4
longer seems to be such a thingas college football. Earlier in Thunderbirds 7 5

an upset. Gridiron cynicsare the week it seems the sports Astronauts 5 3
becoming believers. editor had omitted the Tigersin Commisary 9 3 j 1
Hunters, some of which hada his football writings. Blue Blasters 7 1
mild interest in football, could Bill replied that all this was j

surpass watching Southern Cali- true and then took the opportunityto Thursday Early .;
fornia run its nervious type offense point out that Princeton plays O OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30 AM-6PM O

which went nowhere against and Ivy League schedule and that Hack Drivers #2 1 1 !3 THIS COUPON WORTH 50t OFF
Notre Dame on TV last week- '
the school would possibly gain Travlers 2 6'
end, in order to take advantageof more football recognition if it VA 15 #2 3 5 g ON A CAR WASH ANY DAY EXCEPT WED. |

a beautiful Saturday in the played a few games out of the Holy Rollers 4 4 LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALL SHOPPING CENTER
dove fields. relm of the country's higher" Hack Drivers #1 1 3
The birds flew into the fields educational elites. Brown Baggers 5 3 I EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY
without a whistle and from all Another point made by Emory, Alley OPPs 6 2
directions. Some of the doves in his letter and one whichwe Packmakers 6 2
AUTO WAX APPLIED
were even lucky enough to lighton 4 0
think Is well taken was Road Runners FREE
a tree limb without being the success of Princeton's WITH CAR WASH!
noticed by the scattergunners.The basketball team last seasonwhenAll
hunters didn't seem to mind American Bill Bradleyand FOOTBALL j jVA
letting a few of the doves slip helped the school into the COUPON
away as there was plenty of NCAA Tournament. It was the 44 1 6
shooting.No Marines 0 4 I
first time in many years that
one had any reports on an Ivy League school has got VF 174 3 4
I
the weekend's fishing but in all this far in a big school sport VFP 62 3 3
probability it was good. It usually like football or basketball.The VA-45 4 2 1o
is this time of year so ranking of athletic teams Weapons 3 1 I '
why should fall 1965 be any has become, or possibly alwayswas Supply 7 1 a
exception to the generalization?
an impossible job as even
Bill admitted in the same columnin "So you're getting discharged i i
FAIR WEATHER FOR SPORTS a comment about the current ," the crusty old ser-
football season.It geant snarled at a pink-cheeked
Athletes of
and
sportsmen wouldn't surprise us if private, "and I suppose that after
other $3I
found weekend
last
sports Princeton were capable, this you get out you'll just be waitingfor
ties.If fitting. for their particular activi- year, of giving a few of the repu- me to die so you can come
table football conference schoolsa and stamp on my grave?"
professional basketball lesson that would leave them "Naw, Sarge," repliedtheprivate -
teams could their
begin season ivy green with envy. "when I get out of this I
there -
was the area'sNavy
any reason But there is still that Ivy here Navy I ain't never going to
teams couldn'tdothesame? League schedule and this sched- stand in line again I" L&N Mag. .y
The Cecil Field witha
team started
tradition thatit
with
ule is so steep
pair of games and a equal
doesn't seem that Princetonor trv
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Glynco. At Jax the varsity team should drop its schedule just to f :'..
began to take shape as the pros- show a southern or Big 10 coach Co.
pective players went through a the "proper" way football is
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t966 All-Navy; Sports Sjchodnle Cecil Held

Golf Standings
The following is the 1966 All Navy tournament schedule. A
tournament with an asterisk following it denotes the interservice BLUE DIVISION
tournament. ;[ ;
; Weapons # 1 1 4 I
11 A ASY.
i Admin 1/2 31/2
II. I
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Feb. 2226 Basketball Naval Station Norfolk 1 3
Operations 2 3
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March 8 ; :'i teasketball Naval Station'Norfolk Weapons # 2 -3 2
March 21 23 Boxing Amphibious Base, Little Creek Medical Dental 3 2
March 29 April 1 Boxing Amphibious Base, Little Creek VFP 3 2
April 12 15 Judo Carswell Air'Force Base Alum #12 21/2 11/2

April 19.22f, :, 'Volleyball Amphibious Base Coronado Hellrazors ###1 31/2 1/2 .
April 26 29' | '! 'Voll'eyball'May I MC Quantico Marines 41/2 1/2
3.6 Wrestltr Ft.<({[Uey, KanNTP '. c
May 10 1 13 i! +; Bowing ; San Diego LAST WEEK'S RESULTS:
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VFP 62 beat Marines,Medical- : 0
June li! 17;, i!' (! Track*tend' [fFt.'Bistls| Va. Dental beat Weapons#2,Weapons : :
#1 beat VA. 44, Admin and
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