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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: November 24, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
military department, The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.
VOL. 23 NO. 37 U. s. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA NOVEMBER 24, 1965
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' ACTT Collects Food- Congressman Bennett At



Clothing ForViet NamNAS NAS To Visit PersonnelCOURTESY

Jax personnel are askedto Other tie in trains will come
Join local members of the from Chicago, New Orleans,Dallas -
Junior Chamber of Commerce, and the northern Great A constant, heavy downpour
Young Demoncrats and Young Lakes states. may have decreased the numberof
Republicansin participating in a ACTT is a practical oppor- people who turned out to meet
nationally formed "YESI ACTT" tunity for churches, trade organizations Congressman Charles E.Bennett
Youth Enlists Support through service clubs, on Monday, but some brave souls
America's Christmas Trains and fraternities, companies and individuals donned raincoats for the occas-
Trucks. to give a strong posi- P sion.It.
"YES/ACTT" will collect Continued/ on Page 2 was the first visit the Con-
food, clothing, medicine and gressman had ever paid to the
medical supplies for the peopleof A fv Naval Air Station Postal Fac-
cy
Viet Nam, In an effort to show FLIGHT PAY ilities. Although he has met
our fighting men and the world with local citizens at post offices
that Americans are willing use The Navy Finance Office has throughout the area, he had never
their own resources, privateas announced that November flight realized the size of the facilities 1
well as public, to aid the peo- certificates will be included with on board the station. In
ple of Viet Nam, maintain their the December 16 paycheck. The the future, he stated that he (
freedom, used clothing and non- flight certificates for Decemberare planned to include the base in L
perishables, i. e., canned goodsare scheduled for the January 13 his schedule of visits. \
sample contributions.The paycheck. Among the visitors who were
program centers arounda In compliance with the Nav- greeted by Bennett were active
main line train collecting do- Compt Manual, flight certificatescannot and retired military personnel,
nations from Philadelphia to San be entered on the pay record w civilian employees, and other
Francisco, expected to leave until the expiration of the people associated in various ways
Philadelphia Dec. 7. and arriv- unit period. Therefore, paymentis with the base. In addition to
ing in San Francisco in time included in the next pay day discussing various problems,
for ship departure to South Viet after the certificates have been the Congressman received an '
Nam by Christmas day. posted on the pay record.As invitation to attend a Fleet Reserve -
Six feeder trains will tie in no vouchers are posted Association Branchfunct-
VISIT./ / Congressman Charles E. Bennett of
along the route with trucks serving Monday or Tuesday of pay day \
all other participating com- week, if they are not receivedand Jacksonville received a courtesy visit/ from L. B. St. Petery ion.Prior to his first stop at the
munities. Advance trains will processed the Friday before during his visit, Monday, to NAS Jax. St. Petery representsthe NAS Post Office, Bennett met
start south from Bangor, Mo. pay day, then it is necessary to Naval/ Air Station Association, a civilian organization.The with Capt.J. R. Mackroth, Com
and north from Miami, Fla., process day. them for the followingpay Congressman talked with military and civilian person manding Otficer, NAS Jax, for
hook the transcontinentaltrain.
to on net/ during his first visit to the station postal facilities. Continued on Page 2
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Thanksgiving USA ,''ti\' '' 'f'f'ii ; ", I 8 ;: /
.t.l'.i.Y; '' jiJ.J.G> .' ft-Nl'ft: < .!:'H 5j; ': Chaplains Message"THANKS

This country is unique among nations in setting aside a day ..
each year to give thanks to our God for all the blessings we, as /
CATHOLIC
ROMAN LORD"by
individuals and as a nation, are privileged to possess and enjoy. UNTO THE
In times of peril, these blessings handed down to us from our Chaplain W////arn//// SmithIn

forefathers take on a new meaning, become even more dear and St. Edward's and Chapel our Country the importance of Thanksgiving is usually kept

worthy of sacrifice. for some occasion which particularly calls for our thankfulness -_
What are these blessings for which we give our, thanks, yet NovaHospital/ of
the
the harvest festival, or proclamation peace, or some special
are taken for granted: Freedom of worship; freedom of speech, and impressive deliverance. That is natural; but the true messageof
freedom to choose our own government; freedom thought; freedomof SUNDAY MASSES
that. Indeed it is almost
is not precisely ,
Thanksgiving a direct
travel; freedom of the press, and freedom to live our own lives. Hospital - - 0630
contradiction of its intention if we keep It only for the days whenwe
There are no concrete and barbed wire fences, bristling with St. Edward's .
& are finding it specially easy to be grateful to God. For it is
from Chapel - 0900 1100
dividing our or separating us our neighborsto
guns, country the mark of the man of faith that he is grateful for all things,
the north and south. We have no secret police or peoples army.
We have no dictator. And yet' less than one hundred miles off DAILY MASSESSt. distinguishing only between those occasions when gratitude is a
and those when It ts a fortifvina discioline.
our shores, such a state exists, a state where freedoms do not Edward's: simple pleasure
prevail, and where a dictator, with life and death powers over these Monday thru Friday 1130 Gratitude is always due to God for what He has done through
people who are our friends, now threatens our liberty.As Saturday - - 0900 history's heroes, through the Luthers and the Livingstones, throughthe
we pause to give thanks to our God for our many blessings Naval Hospital: Lindberghs and the Lincolns; through faithful parents and men
liberties, and freedoms, let us remember wellthat; God helps Friday - - 1205 of God and teachers; through preachers and doctors. Those achieve-
those who help themselves. As it is Communism's avowed goalto ments of God in history stand as history. Time does not reducethe

snuff out the torches of freedom, right, and liberty, let us CONFESSIONS debt of gratitude.
have the courage to proclaim our goal, to keep these remaining St. Edward's : Thanksgiving, then is not a matter of humor or temperament;
lights burning bright, and to do everything in our power to relightthe Saturday - 1900 2000 it is not even a duty which must be performed at stated and conven
flame of liberty in those dark corners of the world where it Sunday - - 0815 0845; tional times ((though, to practice it as a duty is better than not to
has been snuffed out. 1015 1045 practice it at all); Thanksgiving is the very breath of a Christian'slife.

Hospital: Sunday - 0615 .
EDITORIAL "It is a good thing", said the psalmist, "to give thanks unto the

CATECHISM CLASSES Lord, yea, a joyful and pleasant thing it is to be thankful."
Chapel Annex Building 722:
Day Of Dedication PrayerPresident Saturday's 1000

Thanksgiving ServicesThe
DIVINE/ / SERVICES

Johnson has set aside one day, Nov. 28, as a day of PROTESTANTAll National Festival of Thanksgiving will be observed in the
Saints Chapel chapels aboard NAS Jax with services Thanksgiving Day.
dedication and prayer, honoring the men and women of South Vietnam -
of the United States and of all other countries, who are risk- Two services are scheduled for All Saint's Protestant Chapel.
ing their lives to bring about a just peace in South Vietnam.For At 8 A.M. Chaplain Edwards will officiate at an Episcopal Holy
SUNDAY'S Communion and at 9:30 A. M. a General Thanksgiving Service will
those of us in uniform, such a remembrance is an easy Communion
0800 - Holy
and natural thing. We know the score. We know what the stakes be led by Chaplain Faulk.
0930 & 1100 Divine Worship Roman Catholic Mass at St. Edward's will be
Chapel heldat
are We know what it means to be a freedom fighter. Most of
us probably begin each day with a prayer, either for our own lives, SUNDAY SCHOOL 11:30 A.M.A .
for the lives of our friends or relatives on the battlefields, or for Annex special invitation is extended to all hands to attend Church
the valiant) South Vietnamese and the men of other nations who have ------Chapel 722WEDNESDAY's on this special day. The Thanksgiving season, as no other time
Building during this year, emphasizes the blessings of home and nation,
; for we live surrounded by God's goodness as no other people in
..,f. ." the history of the human race.
------Choir Rehearsal
,' "The signal Instance of Providential Goodness whichwe
: t 1 1T SECOND MONDAY of Each Month have experienced and which now almost crownedour

0930 Chapel Women's Guild labours with complete success, demand from us ina
peculiar manner the warmest of returns of Gratitudeand
Small
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Piety to the Supreme Author of all Good

U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL George Washington

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T .L c DIVINE SERVICESAT Condition Your Driving


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united in the quest for peace in Vietnam. Today Each year at the end of Oct- You cannot stop the vehicle as
Our dedication should also be those who went before us -- the Choir Practice at 7 p.m. ober, the State of Florida Motor quickly on wet (rain, ice, etc.)
men who established traditions we follow today in defend ing freedom. Sunday Vehicle Records show a sudden roadways.d. .
Those who fought in Korea, in World Wars 1 and II, the War of Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. rise in the number and severityof If conversing while driving,
Independence -- their very lives were dedicated to the cause of Chapel Service at 10:30: a.m. highway accidents involving the passengers can hear you with-
freedom.Yes Communion on the first military drivers. out turning your head in their
we remember Dec. 7, 1941, Pearl Harbor Day, and June Sunday of the month. The Increase in the number of direction.e. .
6, 1944, at Normandy, and the Anzio Beaches, and Guadalcanal.We accidents occurs primarily be- The yellow or white center
are proud to continue the cause for which they so valiantlygave CATHOLIC/ tween 4-6:30 p.m. withthegreatest lines on the roadways are for regulatory -
their lives. (AFPS) Daily numbers occuring on Fridayand purposes NOT to keep
11:20: a.m. Mass Saturday afternoon. Althoughno your left wheels on for guiding

Acceleration Sunday increase in vehicle speed is purposes.f. .
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8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- noted, these accidents continue to Walk facing traffic. Stay

Can Get You Nowhere Fast fessions heard before each occur. within pedestrian lines when
Mass. Two basic reasons have been crossing roadways.g. .

Washington, D. C. (NAV- a clause stipulates that when you JEWISH/ cited for this increase. Darkness Observe and heed regulatory
NEWS) .If you go out lookingat fall to make one installment pay- comes from one half hour to an signs.h. .
the new cars you will probably ment, the entire amount remain- Call Ext. 311 for informationon hour earlier and when this hap- Drive and walk a minimum
find that dealers emphasize that ing unpaid on the contract Jewish Services. pens to combine with a hard during hours of darkness.
they are bigger and better this becomes due and payable. rain, many moving car head- Merely reading these tips will
year, have more power, more The use of the acceleration lights, and brightly lighted signsit not insure you of accident-free
acceleration, etc. That's all clause (perfectly legal) pointsup means dangerous conditions. driving, but, if you begin now to
well and good. But before you the fact that you should know Traffic Violations Also, some of us do not fully put these driving tips into pract-
sign up for one, remember that the contents of the contract you understand the need to drive in ice the odds will be more in
"acceleration" is just one of sign. The man who consults the The following is a report of accordance with conditions. De- your favor for a "happy holiday
several things you had better legal assistance office after he motor vehicle accidents and traf- spite these conditions which e- season".
think carefully about.A has signed a contract is like fic violations for the period Nov. xist, many drivers continue to
frequent provision found in the driver who checks his fuel 16 through Nov. 22. drive at normal speeds even CONGRESSMAN BENNETT
installment contracts is the acceleration gauge after he has run out of though the visibility is greatly
clause. Briefly, such gas -they're both too late. Number of Accidents reduced.To Continued from Page 1

This Week Nov. 16 through- prevent our names from lunch at the Officers' Club.
Nov. 22 - - -7 being added to the
accident
stat-
Arriving for his 1:30
Total Accidents this early p.m.
year through istics, and to lessen or eliminatethis scheduled
at main-
Nov. 22 appearance
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JAX AIR NTEWSThe Number of Accidents increased danger, each of us side, he continued on to his half-
through is encouraged
to
Nov. 1964 practice safety hour visit, at the NATTC and
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particular
attention to these Naval
tips: Hospital Post Offices.
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Total number of days since a. Use both hands. The The Congressman's name is
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, last injury in motor vehicle wheel is not a plaything steering to- well known around the Navy Jax

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a accident -----.4 turn or hold with the little fin Complex as he has constantly
Sixteen
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR the Traffic drivers Hearing appeared Boardat before ger or the index finger and thumb. worked and its with personnel.and for In the additionto Navy

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, the meeting held You are attempting to guide a his
on Nov. 23. work as one of the senior
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before potential Ballistic Missile. In members of the House Armed
Disposition of the includedthe short the
cases "lover's
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- cuddle" has Services
Committee half of his
,
following: Eight lost drivingand been the major of
cause
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. parking privileges aboard motor vehicle numerous day on the House floor is spenton
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries station for various periods; one young drivers. accidents among military matters.

concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing was assigned to complete an eight b. Remember the odds.are that ACTT Continued from Page 1
Company,* 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida- the individual behind the wheel of
Telephone 359.4040 or 3590271. hour course in remedial drivingat the other vehicle or the individual tive display of our commitmentto
NATTC
one was
suspended
five ; walking, thinks and acts about the people of Viet Nam.
VOL. 23 NO. 37 November 24, 1965 were given warning; the same as
and one was referred to his you,so WATCH OUT. The ACTT pick up stationat
commanding officer for possible c. Leave yourself an out by NAS, Jax is at the Main Gate.
disciplinary action. not following too closely and not Deliveries can be made 0800 -
driving too fast for conditions. 1630 Friday, Dec. 3.I .



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When a jet aircraft- from the
attack aircraft carrier USS Independence -
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'l T R Da Nang, VietNam,two men
from the NAS Jax Overhaul and
Repair Department were assigned -
the task of disassembling the
aircraft for shipment to the M

,Jlfr ',.. states.As members of the 0 & R .. rSw ,, ''ti J
$ Field Modification Team, Fran- t r ,
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CDW./ L. MUMMA, Commanding Officer of VF-M, cuts me relate. ( iiif f
cake commemorating his 200th landing. The first stop of their two .
day journey to Viet Nam was In t t1

Red Notes Washington, D. C., where they \\1
Ripper were given visas from the Viet- -/1

namese Embassy. Upon arrivalat .
Cmdr. W. L. Mumma, Com- ing work as an F8 Squadron the Da Nang Air Force Base ..r "j"Ii' '
manding officer of Fighter plane captain on the flight deck Compound where the men stayed
Squadron Eleven made his 200th of the Roosevelt.Two they were amazed at "all those
arrested landing on the attack "Red Rippers" have recently tents and water." BACK TO ROUTINE. .Francis Fanche'r helps Jackie Johns
aircraft carrier USS Roosevelt passed their Airman For eleven days required tc load equipment on the trailer utilized by the O&R Jax Field : I
Earlier: this month. Cmdr. examinations and will join five complete their assignment the Modification Team. Although the men did not take the trailer J:
Mumma has been member of lived in tents and ate sea
a men
other men advancing in pay gradeon
Viet Ham it is used various throughoutthe
to on assignments
the "Red Rippers" since January Nov. 16, 1965. The new rations some of which they obtained I'r
1964. He became the thirty Airmen are Edward L. Labarr, by swapping other goods. country. 1Jj:
eighth commanding officer of and Gus L. Kassiris. The other The men had heard that items Fancher and Johns consider This odd looking caravan must a;.
the squadron in August 1965. In advanced were J. D. Hall, such as instant coffee, tea, and themselves very fortunate in one have looked like a parade to the W'
his career, Cmdr. Mumma has to AMS3; T. F. Sigman, to ADJ3; bottle openers would also be very respect though. Although they villagers who lined the road along '
logged over 4000 hours of flight Paul A. Young, to AE3, R. F. useful in obtaining transportation worked under the constant soundof their route, waving and cheering. :
time and over 450 total carrier Silvia, to ADJ3 and Glen D.Mes- which is very difficult to get in mortar fire the closest and Their job completed, another '
arrested landings. ser, to AQF2. that area. The "barter system" actual drop came to them was two days of travel, and one of the 1
xxxxxx XXXXXX proved especially useful as it about 200 yds. most welcome sites to both men
helped them to get a hop to was "seeing the Golden Gate
Maurice O. Medsker, ADJ3, Four other "Red Rippers"nave the Phillipines on their return Both men noted that the moralE. Bridge". I
has been named "Red Ripper achieved satisfactoryscores journey. of the troops was very good. Back on the job as pan oi the 'J
Plane Captain of the Month" for on the USAFI High School Prior to their departure from Vietnamese and American for- Repair and Ground Check Crew,
the month of October, 1965. GED examination. TheyareE.O. NAS Jax necessary equipmentand ces put in long, hard days. Com- both men were happy to be home l
Medsker, a native of Shelbyville, Ruthledge, PR1; R. L. Green, supplies needed for the job menting on the Vietnamese people with their families and friends
Ind., was chosen for his outstand AQG3, C. C. Fraychineau, AN had been shipped from the base, that they met in the course of Fauncher has three children
and D. P. Favreau, AE3. but the shipment arrived after the their stay, they found them to be while Johns has two. His sons
men had completed the job. In generally friendly. has been stationed with the USS
VP-45 Continues the meantime, Fancher and Johns Oriskany in Viet Nam since his +
Charity After their work on the plane
had improvised with whatever enlistment in the Navy.
I materials they could obtain, and was finished, Faucher and Johns While they enjoy the comforts
Work While the tasks of disassembling a along with a small contingent of of home, both are prepared to
DeployedPatrol 17 ton aircraft requires quitea Marines, accompanied the vehicles travel anywhere in the world as
where
bit of improvision.The to the area they members of the 0 & R Jax
Squadron 45homebasedat the residents seemed delighted tc plane had to be' taken were to be loaded onto the ship. Mod Team.

NAS Jax, has been engaged in receive the gifts and were very apart by section with slings con-
much charity work since their friendly after an initial shyness. sisting of chains and cables usedto
deployment to Adak, Alaska last The five members of Crew lift the various componetsonto
July. 12 report that "Handclasp"- vehicles which transportedthe We:1RJ JoAwosisld. (,
The squadron recently turned veries is a rewarding experiencefor parts to a ship.
$400. over to Mrs. J. Page, VP- those who participate in the The men spent an average of AT ;
45 Enlisted Wives Club Presidentto immediate donor role of the 12 hours a day disassemblingthe
present as a donation to plane, often in temperaturesof inn.he
Volkswagen
squadron effort. <<.
Daniels Memorial Home InJack- scheduled for 90 degrees and above, frequent ,
Future a
sonville. The money will be used VP 45 places"Handclaspers" visit rain, and the constant hum Sure To See Us Before You Buy A Used YW
of At night the tem-
mosquitoes.
of
,
for the purchases new drapes Little Diomede Island,
are Japan,
the redecoration of rooms and the and Mainland Alaska. Plans are perature would dropto around 75, 1
purchase of electrical appliances presently being finalized for delivery but me mosquitoes made it necessary Special of the Week!
for the home. in these areas. to sleep under the protectionof
Last year VP 45 held a nets. '!
1963 VW Deluxe Sunroof ,,
the squadron -
Christmas Party at
hanger with gifts and refresh- Cecil Field Pilot Selected
1495.
ments for the children in the or- Wagon. . .

phanage. For Test Pilot Training
of Crew
five members 2
Also,
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1965 Ghia Cony. Demo, low mileage. $2295
12, VP 45 launched "Pro- After three tries at the Navy's field sometime next month lor
ject Handclasp", recently with Test Pilot Training Program Pax River Test Pilot Training 1965 Ghia Coupe, exec car . . .$2195
the Aleut Indians living on Atka Lieutenant John A. Moriarty of School where he and six other Complete with air cond.

Island. Attack Squadron Forty Five at avaitors will go through eight 1963 Ghia Conv., extra nice . .$1495

The five Peter men ,Blades Lt.Bruce, Ballard Chap-, NAS Cecil Field finally made it. months of schooling in Aeronau- 1963 Ghia Coupe. . . . $1495
ell, Ens. The North Attleboro, Mass. tical Engineering.He .
AT2, Humphrey, ADJ3,and Love, native had volunteered two pre- had made the alternate list
AE3, delivered toys and clothing vious times before this year. the last two times the board met. 1965 VW Sedan, exec car, with air.$1893 '
aboard the USS Tawakoni, a fleet When this month's selection Lt. Moriarty has spent the last 1965 VW Sedan, exec car . . .$1695 S
tug deployed to Adak.A board met the "Blackbirds" was year with VA 45 as the squad- 4
fish fry was part of the on the list with nine other Navy ron's First Lieutenant and

festivities in addition to the presentation and Marine avaitors choosen for Public Information Officer. Asa 1964 VW Conv. Sedan .' . . .$1550
of the "Handclasp"items. the program.Lt. member of the "Blackbird" 1964 VW Sedans, . . . .$1450
Lt. Chapell reported that Moriarty will leave Cecil Squadron he flies the F 9 Cou- 1963 VW Sedans . . . .$1295

gar jet. 1962 VW Sedans. .. .' . .$1095
The Navy has been studying the 1961 VW Sedans. . '. . ,$895 '
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COMPLETE BODY REPAIRS Needed now Rentals 'rcnatttswaiting.

LEARN TO BOWL FREE \ All \Work Guaranteed/ MOBILEHOME SALES Serving' Cedar Hills,
Insurance'ork
Wrecks /
Rebuilt
Ladies Tues. 1 PM Lake Shore, Normandy, & Vrnilla
(with free nursery) All i Work Guaranteed PAINTINGHOOPING/ Serving U. S. Marines & Navy over 15 years
Children 7-12 yrs. REMODELINGphone INSURANCE/ Phone, Bu.. sp 1.0557
Thurs. 4 PM Carl Boyd, owner Since J9-I1 MORTGAGES Re..EV 8-3001

phones 314-6221 phone 771.1993 4027 Blandln Blvd... : 384.1066 phone 388-3578 6001 Roosevelt Blvd. RENTALS 3464 Blandlng Blvd.ANDERSON'S .

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1 'p p'l.. an 4CAL'S e s M&BWesconnett SACRIFICE '
I \ ,leot1. rs, Repossessed Mobile Homes R'es't'eHJ r'Qtns
Garage
$ .tfS $195 DOWN
8-10-J2 Foot hides'
T.V. GENERAL AUTO REPAIRINGCefflofeMce&WELDING QUALITY-CRAfT Unbelievable Prices KITCHEN

/ / / / / NATIONAL Mobile Homos
Solos & ServiceALL 1 Hour Cleaners (Take Out Orders Only I )
phone 771-7648 Owner 2063 Highway 17
WORK GUARANTEED Hours: 11 A.M. to 9 P.M.
PICK-UP AND DELIVERY 5416 Weiconnetl Blvd Laundry Service Alterations phone 264-9559 Orange Park, Fla.
NEW RCA COLOR (Closed on Monday)

.&lack G White MORRIS
John C. Calhoun 5322 Normandy Blvd. 416 Main St. M otor <: 1." t.J e s' phone 388-7205
Alto SupplyYou 5857 Roosevelt Blvd., U. S. 17, So.
phone 781-2501 7317 L mOil Ave phones EL 7.4801 EL 6-1230 (Jut South Tlmuquana Rd.)

Need Parts tie\ Got Them HONDA
DUVAL APPLIANCE APEX RESTAURANT

STORES We Serve You 7 Days A h k. ,Ctoth.. r s Motors ft CyclesAll

General. Elect. Wow what a Steal!

phone 771.5636 5836 Tlmuquana Rd.
Ranges Refrigerators TV LITTLE DUDE Models
Nothing Down
Complete Household Appliances WATKINS Western Store Complete Home Cooked Meals

301 Park 3625 Standing Paint ft Body Shop WESTERN CLOTHING phone 771.8244 4949 Blandlng Blvd.KEY'S .
356-2491 771-2880 LEATHER GOODS phone 771-9992 6305 Standing Blvd.
HEEL/ ALIGNMENT SADDLESTRAILERS Nurseries

AppliancesNORMAN'S & BALANCING MR. D'SFor
Tommy Watkins Child Care
phone, 384-1210
)" 'Ice \ R'epUII' phone SP.1-1754
902 So. Edgewood Ave. the Best In
5409 Wetconnett Blvd.


WOODY'S AUTO PARTS Florist\ Day Care CenterALL Bar.B-Q
Vacuum Cleaner Center
Speed EqoipaeBt

Service on All Makes & Models COMPLETE LINE OF RICK'S AGES 7700 Standing Blvd.
AUTOMOTIVE PARTS FLORIST
Parts and Service for All Makes 388.8031 lk 771-9311&
"Complete Floral
phones 388.5346 4338 Herschel St. 387.7031 771.9312 phone: 771-2515 Eulace at Timuquana
6417 'D
Roosevelt Tlt.e' eaJ
Cor. Sun Juan 264-9513 Blvd.264-9514 7605 103rd St. Service"Orchid Errs

1700 Highway 17 Plants/ Potted Plants :
TONY'S Orange Park, Fla. Re: a( Istdtl

Vacuum Cleaners Arrangementsphone FIRESTONE STORES
UfQtT1o'btfeUsed
Sales & Service CHARLES R. HUNTER
; 771-2900 5705 Tlmuquana Rd. COLMERY-WILKINSON
All Work duaranleed Cos Store Manager

Complete stock of parts i INC. Open Weekdays Til 8
for all makes. Furniture
Saturdays Tit 7
nags /Hoses & Etc. AIR BASEMOTORS REALTORSATTEHTIONII
'New phone 388.1591
!!
_phonei 388-0476 1372 Caitat Ave.Avtomoble 5098 ,
INC. Normandy Blvd. at Lane Ave.
POSTFarniture Quality homes convenient West Mall Shopping CenHrMiscel'anous
10 NAS and Cecil Field.

"The Serviceman's Dealer"phone3845575 Co. phone: 353-3671 637 Park St.DeLOS .
New Co, '0 '
We Sell for Less.

Quality furnlturect reasonableprices CARROLL
JAGUARCars 6435 Rooievelt Blvd.
Easy Terms REG. REAL ESTATE BROKER JAIME'S
TED COLEMAN Todays best buys. New list of VA
of Jacksonville homes all Come Mexican Type TortillasFresh
lie. 2414 Standing Blvd. at Cedar Creek areas. by our of
Motors IncaS (ice to see complete list or callus
: Jacksonville's/ Only today. Anyone can buy for Corn Tortillas Made Daily
.. Authorized Service YEAR WARRANTYPLAN Insurance: $100.00 down.INSURANCE .
Facilities/ We ,Finance Our Own Phone But. SP 1-0557 Open 7 Days a \W'tehI -

For. Automotive MORTGAGES Re. EV SAM' to 6:30 PM
JAGUAR- -FIAT 2144 Blending Blvd. RENTALS 3464 Blanding Blvd.
phone 3985746 1037 Hendrlckl Ave. phone But. 388-7634 phone 264.2081
1959 Mound St. Orange Park, Fla.I .
.WESTSIDE"VOLKSWAGENINC Home 384-6642 TOM DENNISON LAURENCE E. JONES
,
HANK'S MOTORSEasy Agency Realtor and Insurer
Security Life and Trust Co.

Authorized Dealer Security General Insurance Co. $100 On.' .. lleadquatersV.A. r
Finance Guam. Used Cars.
.. FIIA /homes Allover

,low Monthly$50.00 Dou-n.Payments. Health Auto Life Fire this area-Call today r

phonei Bu*. 384-3441 Rea. 744-1980
.1150 Lane Ave., South (foot of Cedar Hills Bridge) phone; 771.7985 3823 Blending Blvd. phone 3S8.5466 1148 Ca.tat Ave.

phone 384-2311

\. At, the choir practice in the ,and 3842312 2502 Standing Blvd. FLOYD S. .OSBORNE'S The anatomy of association

: little church they were practicing or club includes four kinds of //p.1=
I new anthem. "Now don't for Agency bones: ((1)) wish bones, who want

t get" said the choirmaster 'thtenors' e "The bank has just returnee AUTO FIRE someone else to do the work; ((2))
will sing alone until we that check we gave milkman," BOAT' Jaw bones, who talk a lot but do

come 'to the gates of hell' then said the husband. little else; ((3)) knuckle bones,who

you all come in" Easley Pro- "Oh, good," replied the wife HOMEOWNERS\ LIFE knock everything others trytodo,
"Now we can buy something else and ((4)) back bones, who get behind
t with it." Construction Digest phone: 389-21M 6413 Roosevelt 31 vd. the wheel and do the work.-
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I Us NATTC : NA'IC SailorsHalp'Chars ,


Behind The Scene Up' 1 t:

In 1623 the Pilgrims gatheredin Karen Dingman, Civil Service
the fall to give thanks for the -"Mythankfulnessreally Local School *:
bountiful harvest bestowed upon starts about by Angus Thompson, J03 I'
them and the opportunities afforded 6:15 a. m. every Saturday 30 sailors from the :
them to find a new life day when ;;; Thirty eager students from She told them that NATTC's Naval Air Technical Training <
of freedom. This week, "If Ya I awake and A Andrew Jackson Senior High library was typical of most Navy Center pitched In and showed '<
Ask Us" questioned NAS Jax per- find my family School toured the Naval Air and Marine Corps libraries on that the Navy does care about <
sonnel concerning their reasons and loved ones ; Technical Training Center's library shore stations. These libraries, Duval County Schools. I' \.
for being thankful this Thanks- safe and in Thursday morning. The she explained offer therrtllltary The sailors, all students In (
giving season. good health.As purpose of the tour was to personnel A piace to relax, Aviation Ordnance Class "A"
I read newsDINGMAN/ acquaint them with Navy libraries listen to records, and also pro- School, assisted in an all- ;
Cdr. L. A. Menard, Executive papers, I am deeply thankfulto vide material for the study of day "Clean up Paint up
Officer, NAS Jax -."The fact so many men around the world aviation electricity, aviation ordnance Campaign"conducted at the Wes-
that I am dedicating their lives for the The students, whose class and other highly techni- connett Elementary School.
I
blessed with safety of their country. I am standings range from sopho- cal military subjects. Charles E. Little, A01 an active
fortune of being thankful for having food and cloth mores to seniors, work part Upon completion of the tour member of the Wesconnett
the XO of f: ) ing and a good job. I am also time in Andrew Jackson School the students visited the NAS and Branch Parent and Teacher As-
NAS Jax. Inmy ''r thankful for the many wonderful library. It is the largest high Naval Hospital libraries. sociation, served as ccodinatior
opinion its the school library in Duval County.
j people that make my life so Students of AD "A" Uass of the campaign.
best Air stationin pleasant. But first and foremoston The students were greeted and 533 moved Into position for i Little, a native of l Melbourne,
the Navy and 1-' my list, I am very, very, welcomed to the training center possible tie of a school recorc Florida, said that he conceivedof
the people that CDR. MENARDare thankful for being an Americanand by NA TTC's librarian, Miss lona for honor class wins last week. the project at one of the PTA
stationed here and work here knowing God." M. Nelson. meetings when he and fellow
are the best in the world. This They earned the right to carry members were discussing
the flag at the head of their pos-
Thanksgiving finds me and sible projects'that could be
my conducted -
for the sixth time for ,
class
family in good health and from with
Data Processing Courses more manpower. i\
there stems happiness down the the week of November 15 through
line November 21. The school's Little and his wife, the former
to and in
thing you everyone do." every- Available At Orange ParkFive record for number of honor class rtuby M. Parker of Fort Pierce,
flags won Its ninth which was held Florida, have a son attending !
Sue Gibson, SN "This night courses in Data a time and date have not been by AO "A" Class 515. Class the Wesconnett. Elementary ,
Thanksgiving I have much to Processing are being offered to established. 533 graduates December 15. School.
be thankful for Navy and Civil Service personnelat Courses offered at St. John's
I am thankfulfor the Orange Park High School River Junior College areDP202and ; "
the fighting \ and the St. John's River Junior DP 204 for which times and
forces in Viet College In Palatka. dates have not been set. BIG CHIEF .
Nam that are I> b. These courses Introduction to Some of these courses require "
aeiending tue 'C > Data Processing (DP 101)) Unit prerequisites. More informationcan OFIII
rights that my Record Equipment (DP 102)Data) be had by calling ext. 280 TIRE CO. r
country beGIBSON Processing Applications(DP 205)) or 285.
lieves in, my the Accounting Machine(DP 202)),
friends and also my family at and Computer Programming II
home. But I am most thankfulfor (DP 204)), will begin in Januaryand My little niece Is a thumb sucker ALL $ 95
my freedom." run through April. and I am always fussing at her 7
Registration for these courses about It. The other day she told SIZES Plus Tax
Boots Watson,Navy Exchange- must be submitted to the Indust- me why she did it": "It's non-
"How can one answer such a rial Relations Department in fatteningl" PEG SCHULMAN, )
question I ."" '" !\Q Building 39 by December 9. Nashville Tennessean. J2.50 EXTRA FOR WSW OR TUBELESS

am thankfulfor 6;; Course openings will be on a first No Down Payment, No Payments 'Till After HolidaysWE \
things, some come first serve basis; the classes -
good and some ftool ,- are limited to 20 to25peopleper HIGH PERFORMANCE FINANCE/ ANYONE IN USN OR OSMC
bad, what ever J... a class.
c:>' ;; PARTS FREE Balance/ & AHgnment-Wilk-Purchase of 4 Tires
it takes to..t i\ These courses carrier college J
make up the > i\j credit and have been approved for Nationally/ // known,. record- SPEED '
world and hold ** by the Civil Service Commissionfor holdingcams and speed EQUIPMENTComplete

it together. I WATSONam meeting the qualifications in parts for auto, boat and line of Mif Wheels ',c.o..rsRldl
thankful for them all." the Data Processing field from motorcycle.Honda .
the GS-3 through levels. BSA and Triumph Slicks Chrome Pipes floors Shifts
John T. Johnston, PN3, "I
Courses at Orange Park High hard-faced .
am thankful that. I can be School are DP 101 from 7 to cams a special.
home this 10 p.m. on Monday, DP 102 from ty. Catalog available JJ. BIG CHIEF TIRE CO.
Thanksgiving 7 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday and SCHOOLER
and for my M' Thursday, and DP 205 for which 5444 NORMANDY 6201 ROOSEVELT 1809 MAYPORT RC
family's safe- '" engineering compiny Across ir All. Mill) (W, mil* fr. Main Gale) ((0//, miles tr. M81n Gate)
ty. I just wish 48? RYAN AVE. 789-3230
the people in ,

Viet could Nam be SPECIAL! I

JOHNSTON

here.Mary Custer, Navy Exchange BIG BARN LUNCH Jigiar Cirs of Jacksonville Ho. If 66

giving"I'm becauseit thankful for Thanks- BIGSTEAK 1037 HenJricks Avo. Jacksonville, Fla.

is the one

day when I __3- DOLLARSDISCOUNT
really stop and i.r "'- a''d-
think of all /H:1 ---- ,
the things I DINNER $ 1 35 ;? /

really am ,
thankful for. Ny To Tko Order of:
My family) CUSTER lithe ole
good health and all that surrounds rA VALUED
.
me. red barn

"If I kiss you, will you call CUSTOMEI'I j
for help?" asked the young sale- L
sman. 428 Highway 17 I
"Will you need it?" she re- across from the dog track I
plied. Sales Review. ORANGE PARK ONLY ON PURCHASE OF 1966 FIAT LIMIT/ / ONE CHECK PER CUSTOMER


CHIEF CAMPBELL.S A

Ela-noLing. TennecoSERVICE THINKING ABOUT A NEW CAR? ,

STATION-S
Come by JAGUAR CARS at 1037 Hendricks Ave. .
t I
103rd" and Blanding Offers

GAS FOR LESSTo Make Your Deal Then Present Attached Check For


Military Personnel and

Government EmployeesAT $50.00'I e I I DISCOUNT I

OUR SPECIAL ISLANDAlso
Pkr... aoju<7lfi 1037 Hendricks Ave.
'ru,, -ups Deleo Batteries

.Lubrication Firestone Tires CAtS of dU I
Wash & Wax Quaker State Oil d
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Jacksonvillel2.ember
a tttakework' General Auto Repair (

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:t r[ Jacksonville. Area Civil Service- News 11 I


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i: Sept. Oct. 'Benny Suggs' Saves Wage Survey May Affect I



'!: Government Estimated $56,904 Ungraded Employees


Nell H. Corrade received the gene Austin, Pinkston L. Water- gene J. Baker. The Navy's Office of Indust- ected as data collectors"b"y their
s'' top "Benny Suggs" Award at man, Fred KImbrell, Edward A. Time and material savings resulting rial Relations, Washington has Commanding Officers. These
NAS lax for the period of Sep- Roberts, JosephB. KenedyBruce from these employee's notified Naval commands in the data collectors are thoroughly
tember and October 1965. L. Baker, Daniel R. White, suggestions are estimated to be Jacksonville area that a full scale trained before going out to the
Mr. Corrade's Idea to replace Charles O. Ryals, Thomas J. $56,904. In addition to time and wage survey is tentatively plan- firms.
the "0" ring In the cylinder and Spencer, Alton B. Combs, Edward material the suggestions contrib- ned for the near future. This All larger employers in the
I' cap ring with a larger size has M. Lewis, Alexander Jeo- uted to Improved safety, a better survey will be conducted jointly area are contacted. Most of the
t eliminated the necessity for disassembly annides, Roswell P. Powell, Jr, product improved housekeepingand with representatives of the Bur- data is obtained from industrialand
1 and reassembly of this Frederick D. Torrible, David H. better methods of accomp- eau of Labor Statistics.The manufacturing type firms.
component on H34 aircraft because Aldrige, George B. Creech, Robert lishing the mission of the Naval survey is being conductedto Also laundry firms are contactedto
of leakage previously experienced P. Greleau, Paul C. Clark, Air Station. determine the prevailing wage obtain data as necessary to
James G. Sumpter, Edgar W. rates for skilled and unskilled fix the rates of laundry employees. -
Other suggestors who received Buell, William Scarbore,WilliamE. The United States Navy developed manual jobs in the area as nec- Employees may recommend
awards are Theodore PoweskI, Bynum,Allen Thomas,Wal- the world's first ultra- essary to adjust the wages of additions or deletions of firms to
Havis B. York, Jack W. Bur- ter H. Fake, Jeral M. Kelly, violet laser. (Laser stands for civilian ungraded employees in be surveyed.
leson, Eugene F. Burch, RomeoA. Otis L. Owens, William F. Bull- light amplification by stimulated local Navy and other DOD In-
Gaudreau, Carl Bazzie, Eu- ared, Melvin J. Ward, and Eu- emission of radiation.) stallations. It is the policy of selected used on the list survey.of occupationsis This

the Department of the Navy to job list consists of occupationson
contribute to the stability of the which it is known that a substantial .
wage stru ire in each area by of
amount wage data can
paying its 'e collar,employees be obtained from
private industry.
: wages that approximate the going Navy occupations for whichit
f GOOD NEWS MOTHERS! rates for comparable work in is known that little or no data

Naval each labor installations market are area located.where can be obtained from private Industry -
are not included on the
This policy is equitable in thatit survey job list. Employees or
minimizes unfair competition
groups may recommend additionsor
resulting from a Federal agency deletions to the survey job
paying rates higher than those
ALLMEW-this time, also see prevailing in the area and, at the list.While
only a selected list of
fair
same time, it assures treat-
ment of our blue collar employ- occupations is used for wage sur-
chid "in exciting jrtk *( of vey purposes, all Navy ungraded
your | our
fixed by Congress under the survey results. Navy occupations
Classification Act and will not are grouped into pay levels suchas
pictures-at no charge-DON'T MISS IT! be affected by this survey. 2 for Laborer, Level 5 for
The wage survey is conductedby Helper, level 10 for Carpenterand
a Navy Wage Survey Comm- level 11 for Electrician and
ittee composed of persons sel- Machinist. Whenever survey results -
NOV. 30th thru ected by the Commanding Off- indicate a change in rates
icers of larger Naval activitiesin is necessary the change affectsall
DEC. J.2thi the area. This committee occupations at each pay level,
makes arrangements for all pha- regardless of whether the spe-
ses of the survey and submits cific occupation was on the survey
i \\ \ get a beautiful recommendations to Washington"at job list.A .
I rs' adz the conclusion of the survey. survey report' enclosing all
Y ry'' 'y' n ;, Contacts with private firms to private wage data Is forwarded to
:] 8" 10il obtain information on wage rates OIR at the end of the survey.If .
' \ X are accomplished by persons sel- any adjustment in the Navy's
w\\W\ rates in this area is warranted
' r' "r r $ (BLACK & WHITE) from the data, a new Scheduleof
HONDA Wages is issued by the Officeof
". of child
'I' picture your Industrial Relations. This
MOTORCYCLESALL Schedule sets forth the new rates
, of for each level and
pay pay

:il \\ only 98 ? NOTHING MODELS DOWN each affects level.If all. Navy occupations at


private wage data indicates
We Give Merchants Green Stamp. that the Navy's wage rates shouldbe

.. OP EN 8 A.M..8 P.M. adjusted, a new Schedule of
MON. FRI. Wages will be issued by OIR not
8A.M..6 P.M. SAT. later than 45 days after comm-

.UPS 1 PM.5 P.M. SUN. encement of the survey.

N ;h' 'OM}, ":,Nwyyrb ?X O Exclusive at GRANT'S MOTORS & CYCLES Employees and/or employee
rr t %k 3'iF 4 "Const to Coast" groups may appear before the
4949 Blanding Blvd. Navy Wage Survey Committee to
PH 771-8244 make oral and/or written pre-
I sentations at a time to be announced -
: 1r'' w'f }}1 0 1" ic Bring oil the children under 12-1 8x10, only 98t by each naval activity.
1f'y'' IR PARENTS' each token singly or1 1 8x10 Group only $1.00 per L
'
t srh';"''% + + /RA.ASIMI child.

Z h iM'gI,IJ'N' n'r2 N O 111111 You'll see the cutest expressions and professional iiN1DA'

;\ i, .> i,, poses captured by our friendly) lady photographer. 1
: a Select from finished pictures, NOT PROOFS'! Extra
r .-.I, .. finished 8x10, 5x7 and wallet size will be shown '
,., -" at unbelievably low prices for your approval. 25 to $600
I i' +, fr,, x'y/ Example: Wallet size less than 50}! each In groups
;
:' G,2.,, r ., ,, of 4 same pose. ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE

('.;... ,.. .f ....N: Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us
; '- BRING A FRIEND how much you want. Pick up the cash at your
I convenience.
Same-day service.

,"'.; %yr w xir,i HOURS: 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN

? s : MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. You Get
Mo. Pmt
You Get Mo. Pmt.
FRIDAY/ NIGHT/ 'TIL/ 7:30 SAT. 'T/L 5:30 P.M.
$pl S 84.33 $ 5.00 $355.79
LUNCH HOUR 1:00 TO 2:00 P.M. 5 21.00
151.80 9.00
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427.51 25.00
1lV'.T.RAN'T CO. YoWF'a, "F' 219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00
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286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39
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HHiHB
TUES. THl/R/ SAT. Above payments include interest.
; 4ffi MON. THRU WED.MOH.. THRU SAT. THURS. THRU SAT.
NOV. 30-DEC.
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,; DEC. 6-7-8 DEC. 6-J/fh DEC. 9th.Jiff,
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CENTER 5256
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THRU SATURDAYGENERAL Model Road-racing Set

ELECTRIC
Steam-Dry Iron FIGURE "8"
$799 RACING SET
LARGE EVEN HEAT SOLE PLATE
Balanced Steam Pressure, Fully Guaranteed!*
1
PROCTOR SLICE/

Electric ToasterFULLY $5 99 STARTS $4945AT ,

GUARANTEED* Com In and Tit AId.This .
Handiomt Now Ilk*! ,
72" .f
100 Style WE GIVE/ FREECHECK.UP
E'e titSki( $ ON YOUR
699 SET CONSISTS OF I SCHWINN/ EVERY 6 ;,
Automatic/ Signal/ / Lite/ Temperature 1-THUHDIRJIT"500" Gn2RKIq MONTHS. !,
Control, Reg. $8.44'REGENT" 6-9"( .1e41."Sall s.4 C.nd C..nM I"SectiMII SlUVICI IS OUR 1UINI$$
ELECTRIC I-r StraitW I"r SectiMI+.. 0 Faelbry-frant ijtd
1 6'ralM 1.-4.SecH
Can Opener $ C99 2 1-9"_-TraH 20V.H TcrmlMl.PuftI DC.Slralflit r...,f Awl ckSPECIAL SectIeII ...... All service adjusted bikes fatililiti,are and sold ready-to-stt-up,

SLOTS FOR WALL MOUNTING/ J ride
Built in Bottle Opener FULLY GUARANTEED* Big selections of all
$1388 popular Schwinn rhodelsin
USE MURPHY'S EASY NO CHARGE S . stock.
LAY-AWAY-PLAN WITH/ PAYMENTS AT YOUR 100 \
CONVENIENCE/ 'TIL FINAL/ DATE OF DEC. 22. Reg. $19.95 Layaway Now! KING
tAll Appliance Sdd at Murphy's Carry a Full Year
Over the Counter Replacement. Guarantee. .w. Roosevelt Moll Store Oily 'l'
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:t\tAn\\ Old fashion Christmas 1965 At The 01 0! Wives'' Christmas bazaar : t


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*::1'!' If a person were In the fictional for charity.The over for the final decorating.Mrs. In previous years the officers'' ,
f : time machine of H.G.Wells wives from nine different R. B. Carter, publicity wives'' clubs had been combining I
and It stopped at the NAS Cecil chbs on station worked together chairman for the bazaar said witha : their efforts in the spring for an '
under' the of decor- happy smile, "They were just ::1
Field Officer's Recreational leadership W annual doll luncheon. This yearat \
: Facility last Friday, the visitor ation chairman, Mrs. R. A. Za- wonderful. I never saw anyone their May committee meeting (
might have thought itwas Christmas jichek, to fill the second floor of work so hard .and fast as the ''i' Mrs. Wright suggested that a pos- .f
1902. the ORF with an impressive\' display Seabees did". Mrs. Carter wenton E sible better program to raise!' .C
All the Officers' Wives'' Clubs booth depicting the theme, "In fact all the cooperationwas money for charity might be a
aboard the station put together an "Make it an Old Fashion Christ outstanding. I think that ,, Christmas bazaar. The women
all hands effort for their first mas." every wife aboard the station con-.. adopted the idea and went to work 4
annual Christmas Bazaar to net The station Seabees built the tributed something to the sale." on the project.
I in the neighborhood of $$2,000, booths and then the women took The second floor was laid out
as a street scene from an old
fashion village. In the center wasa Last year the doll luncheon
--- Th-- carrouselsponsoredbyCarrier netted the wives nearly $$1,000.,
Air Wing Four. The wives from i i ii'' All this money was donated to
the CVW-4 club, under the chairmanship charities the clubs selected. The
tOFFICERS of Mrs. J. S. Christ- I : : money is usually split up between
r iansen, offered handmade Christ- civic and Navy charities. On last.
mas decorations. ,, years'' list was the children's'
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REC. The Station Wives Club, with S, 4, SE5L book section at the station library -
Mrs. S. D. Wright as chairmanand :* S the Juvenile Shelter, the .4 '
honorary chairman' of the bazaar 5'' S1.JS _S ______ S S S Pine Castle, and Timiquana Sch-- MRS. A. S. WILHITE/ / chairman of the VFP-62 /flower booth
had an arts'and crafts booth ; ools, and the Hearing Clinic. '
wives' floral/
of the
squadron
I IS Ik displays some arrangements.
full of stuffed toys and doll clo k S This year there will be nearly
twice as much money going to
,: K FKER WlttfCHAMTY ( thes.The VFP-62 Wives''Club members : __________ 5: I : charity. At a later meeting the
be"Poor Little
turned out to women will decide which char- ,
Anns" as they fashioned real and ities the clubs will donate to.
artificial flowers into arrangements ti ti'I
to be used for Christmas ;
decorations. Mrs. A. S. Wilhite k The Wives'' Clubs officials said
was chairman of the Flower] that they were \very' pleased with (C.l.T.knowsthatyou
booth. the way the bazaar was accepted.It .
; ; Carrier Air Wing Ten put a S openned at 11 a.m. and bynoonthe .1
store on each side of the mythical selections of gifts was lim-
: street.. On one side the wives hada S S ited.
: bake shop selling candies, 1 : '
\4 #t ___ cakes, and cookies. On the other / SS As one old Naval\' Officer remarked -
side of the road was the CVW-10 "In all my duty assignments -
General Store with canned goods '
I've
never quite seen a
that t the wives had preserved. .S SS S bazaar like this one. The women '
Mrs. T. B. Hayward is the ,
4 went all out on the decorationsand don't
CVW-10 chairman. S 55 planning." enjoy
Under a ceiling covered; with 'S It was an all hands effort and
suspended paper snow drops the ; the hands were mostly feminine.
Carrier Air Wing Six Wives were L''
handling the Christmas mail. The
Holiday shopping'sin wives\' booth depicted a post office Carrier Air \Wing" Three was in CVW 4'S' CARROUSEL was he center of attraction. borrowing
that was filled with gifts from charge of the door prizes.. Mrs. The Wives from Carrier Air man..
friends overseas which had the G. W. Walker was the CVW-3 Wing One had a booth filled with Utility Squadron Four Wives
the bag foreign postage and wrappings Wives'' Club chairman and the sewed and knitted goods. Mrs. came up with a unique booth at
still on them. The wives sold bazaar chairman. M. A. Feherwastheclub's' chair- the bazaar. The women called
the gifts_ __ In srabbaa fashion. the booth "The Ivory Tusk" and money.
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I'' FlCEUR-VW-4 To Host JOWC WednesdayFICEUR Women's Side


AND VW 4 will Mrs. Thomas Williams, who The Meat and Desert Cook
host the Jacksonville Officers is a State Judge will talk and Books will be on sale before and
Wives Club on Dec. 1. with a demonstrate "Christmas flower after the brunch as will the cal- Of the
brunch at the O'Club. Social arranging." endars. Both these items make ryGiftTime
hour will be 10:15withbrunch
at : Mrs. K. P. Rehnberg is senior nice mailing gifts. By Shlrl Conaughton
at 11:15 $1.90 will also include -
hostest and Mrs. W. H. Reeseco
champagne or cranberry hostest. Mrs. J. A. Galls,
punch during the social hour. Jr. is chairman of decorations. GrahamMovie ApproachesMatching

Reservation chairman are Mrs.
The Nice House of Music is
Dan Stack 771 8065 and Mrs.
providing a Conn Organ and David Wells 387 4060. Associate To the right with Eat out a lot? A membershipin
the organist Johnny Gillrup, person
members are to call a charge account club would
the right gift is an art. Theseare
who will play the entire morn- Mrs. M. M. Weisman .264 some of things that might fill the bill here. Any pet dislikes -
ing and for the program. 6248 for reservations. Show Here"The help you do an outstanding job ? This will warn you whatto

Christmas. Beside their name avoid.
Restless Ones", consid- put-their-weight,height t-and- other Any alergies? Animal Lover?
''IDE ered the most successful motion vital statistics. This will help Gifts for their pets can hit a
picture yet produced by Evan- in choosing clothing. Then con- warm spot. .
I. the Winer- C H gelist Billy Graham, .will be sider these factors: Age, Theatre goer or movie fan?
shown in Jacksonville from Mon- married ? Tickets are a nice gift for this
Take-All-World, DOES f fOR POKER o .f:: day, Nov. 29 through Sunday,Dec. hobbies, Any or single colors they list don't their type. For out of towners
NHBIi 111E NUSiIER 5. like? Favorite colors. Do they put where they live. Climate
Caere Was Oily There will be daily showingsof smoke or drink? Do they trav- might suggest a gift for them.
DID FOR R the film at the Civic Aud- el much? Live Do they collect things? If so
in a house or
Ore Way to POOLl'S".f.1 itorium Theater except on Sun- apartment? Gifts practical for an addition to the collection will
days. Show will be at 4:30: and often be a welcome gift.
the Men POST one are not practical for
7:30 p.m., except Sundays when the other. How is the house or Start them off on a new hob-
From the Boys! there will be one showing onlyat apartment decorated? Is owneran by by giving a stamp book, a
3 p.m. lover do it yourself tool, a bookon
antique or modern(furniture -
Admission to this 2-hour filmis fan? writing short stories, a rare
see J. I by ticket only for a contrib- What is their profession?Workin coin etc.Maybe
ution of $1.00. The price is an office or a shop? Work one of these items will
MCQUEEN the same for all ages and all for someone else or in business help you to purchase the right
showings. No offering will be for themselves? gift for the right person in your
received. life.
ANN- Tickets are by reservation and
can be obtained by writing P. O.
MARGRET ___ f Box 2324, Jacksonville or tele- Notes of Interest II
?: phone 359-4070. As each showing
has a different set of tickets it
EDWARD G. ROBINSONKARL is recommended that tickets be NAS Jacksonville Michigan is the home state for
ordered in advance. If there are the senior Nuecterleins'. Plans
MAIDEN (41 ____ any tickets left over, they will NARTU Officers Wives of are now being formulated for the
.., Christmas formal(for the officersand
: be available at the door. NARTU attended their regular
TUESDAY WELD With the accent on youth, this monthly Wednesday November17th wives of VFP 62.

Il3LL1 c-: feature-length film deals imagin- at the Ponce De Leon Hotel
atively and dramatically with the in St. Augustine. An historicaltour
KMKKf-WJE teen-age crisis. It is a "must- of the hotel was conducted HAPPYThanksgiving
see" event for parents, young prior to the luncheon at 12:30:
people, educators and school administrators p.m. Hostess for the event was
P.METROCOLOR church leaders, Mrs. Clarke.
youth workers and counselors, WAS Cecil Field/
CENTER rIJOW/ political and civic leaders, Juvenile -
and police officers, and VA 34 Mrs. Albert Handly
businessmen. + Jr.,.wife of the late Rear Admiral
Handly, will spend the Christmas 4
Holidays with her daughter and
Son in law Lcdr. & Mrs.
Edward Martin in their lovely
Hyde< Grove Acre home. Mrs.

Now! A clear hairdressing for men California.Handly's home is in Coronado,



that's medicated to fight dandruff! VFP 62 Mr. & Mrs. Nue-

cterlein, Mother and Father of
Lr. Chuck Nuecterlein, arrived
Monday November 22 to spend


Thanksgiving Dinner I

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\M Mr. and Mrs. James DiPietro
of Jacksonville Anyone interested in accepting
are seeking this invitation is invited to call
someone from Marshall
Albion
,
the
DiPietro's
at 781-0862.
The
or Battle Creek,
Michigan,
to
spend couple lives at 7843 Delaroch
Thanksgiving Day with
them. Drive East.

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: MISS AMERICA GOES
At'Your NAVY--One
Exchange of the honors
many
sensed pre-
to Miss America 1966
Debbie
Bryant,
was an
appointment -
as an unofficial
Naval
aviatrix.
was made by Captain The presentation -
C.
G.
ficer Naval Hathaway, Executive Of-
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larly at 7 p.m., Monday through regu- "0" CLUB Music this Fri- sonville will serve a Thanks- :: :'j: : 1 AdSdi:: : : ::::: ) i1!; :::::::: ::::: :: : :?,I' :
day night will be
Saturday. NATTC will have two provided by glvi _Buffett at the USO with! .&: ::: :: ; :: : :
feature times, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., Bobby King with the Clubman on special entertainment to follow. -
on Saturdays and Sundays. The Saturday. Tuesday Is foreign Other events for the coming week
hospital will have one feature on dish night featuring a menu of Include a Left over Party on
Sunday at 7 p.m. gourmet treats from Mexico. Friday, and Cha Cha Time on Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
All evening movies at Cecil Saturday. Vespers and refresh- 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
Field begin at 7 p.m. These Thanksgiving Day will feature a ments this Sunday will be at the later than Tuesday 'for publication the 'following Thursday.
times are subject to. change. buffet-style 4-8 dinner served from St. Johns Presbyterian Church. Ads arriving too late for' this deadline will be published the
p.m. The menu will include Monday is Make New Friends week
following unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
November 25 Roast Beef
Thursday Chicken
,
Salad
,vegetables Nite at the USO. A check order 'for
and of or money the 'full cost of' the od must be
NAS Quo VadisDeborah dressing and course Turkey with CECIL FIELD CPO CLUB received WITH the copy for the ad.
candied
Kerr, Robert Taylor yams, mashed potatoes gravy,cranberry Tonight Is game night. Dinner DO NOT SEND CASH
NATTC Ensign Pulver sauce, and other traditional- will be a Chicken basket for.900. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .$2.00
Burl Ives, Robert Walker Thanksgiving foods. Cost will be For Thanksgiving there will be a Per additional line ((4 words per liner) . 0.50
Glory Guys Tom
Hospital $2.75 for adults, and $1.50 for Special Menu. Friday night's
Tryon, Harve PresnellC. children under 12. dinner; 10 oz. T-bone for a
Field The Seventh Dawn $1.25. Mark Castle will enter- HOMES SALE RENT SINGER AUTOMATICCONSOLEModel

William Holden, Capucine CPO CLUB Dancing 10- tain Friday and Saturday nights. Some no dn, Many $0 $100 Sewing Machine, zigzags,
Friday, November 26 morrow night will be to the music Saturday will be 16 oz. T-bone dn. No closing costs New homes, blind stitches, buttonholes decorates -
of the Vern Henderson Trio.Phil for a $1.75. Sunday's dinner All the X-TRAS, Family Rm, etc., orig. price $300,
NAS Black Spurs Dale Cay and the Chantels will pro- 8 oz. K. C. for a $1.00, child Fenced yd., built in R/O... has balance of $62. or assume
Robertson, Terry Moore vide the music Saturday. Light plate of chicken for ,40tf. Every You name It. TIMMERMAN $8 monthly payments will take
NATTC Quo Vadls -Deborah lunches are served on a daily Wednesday there will be cash RLTY, DRKR 771 2792 and older machine as part payment,
Kerr, Robert Taylor basis as well as a dinner serviceat prizes at 7:45 p.m. 771 1861. phone 353-1946 anytime.
Hospital Ensign Pulver night.
Burl Ives, Robert WalkerC. ACEY DUCEY CLUB Friday CECIL FIELD EM CLUB -
Field Desert Raven night will feature the Black Light Thursday Is game night from 8 FOR SALE:Redecor,3BR.home, SELL RENT BUY TRADE-* '
Rachel Roman, Rosalind Roberts Special wilth music by the MoonLighters till 10 p.m. Special dinner will $100 dwn. $55 mo. ORANGE CHOICE 2, 3,4 BR homes, $100
Saturday, November 27 The Holidays will be half a chicken for ,50# from PARK REALITY, BKRS. 264 dwn, no clos costs. Fast MoveIn. -
NAS Crack in the World entertain on Saturday with Mark 6 till 8 p.m. Music will be 6144 Tell us your needs. DUKE

DanaAndrews, Janet Scott Castle appearing on Sunday. provided by MelGadenfor Friday CUSTOM BUILT FHA or VA WSTUMI)O, BKR. 771 0374.
NATTC Black Spurs Dale Game Night is every Sun- night. Sunday music will be by ORANGE PARK ..ACCREDITED -
Robertson, Terry Moore day and Tuesday.BLUEJACKETS. Phil Cay and the Chantels. Mon- SCHOOLS 3BR &4BRHOMES
Hospital QuoVadisDeborahKerr EJN Carl day, Tuesday, Wednesday and Bit-in Kits. Panel Dens w/fire- TRAILER LOT FOR SALE: High
Robert TaylorC. Boyd and the Rhythm Kings will Friday Is Happy Hour from Priced from $18500 thru and dry, conv. to NAS, Septic
Field Glory Guys Tom appear at the club on Thursdayand 5 till 6 p.m. 24500.places; Dwn $100 thru tank, rock well, light pole, patio,
Tryon Harve Presnell Saturday. Phil Cay and the $1900 incl. pmts Virginia 1/2 HP pump w/30 gal. tank.H. .
Sunday, November 28 closing costs. J. CUSTEAD 264 -9446
Chantels will have the spotlighton E. Bell Real Estate, 1929
NAS To Kill A Mockingbird Friday and theJimmie Strick- The U. S. Naval Research Laboratory -
Hwy 17, Orange Park 264-2488
Gregory Peck, Marion Badham land TV Band will entertain on ; recognized as one of the or 356-2462
NATTC Crack in the World Sunday. Game night is every foremost research organizations 2671 FORBES STREET: 1 BR
Dana Andrews, Janet Scott Wednesday. tn the world today,was the brain 35 YEAR OLD MILITARY spacious newly decorated apt.
Hospital Black Spurs Dale USO NOTES 318 N. Ocean child of inventor Thomas A. Ed- COMPANY has position availablefor in Riverside. Con. bus, bank,
Robertson, Terry MooreC. Street The Pilot Club of Jack- ison. retired Officer or CPO in stores, NAS. $65. mo. Heat
Field Ensign Pulver Jax/Mayport areas. Maxiumeli- and water furn. Call 264 6648or
Burl Ives, Robert Walker gible age 50. Send brief 264 2711

Monday, November 29 resume and availibility date to
-AftDE-Y' Regional Director, POBox 1
NAS Harlow Carroll Baker, 13177, Orlando Fla. 32809
Peter Lawford ORANGE PARK RENTAL: 2BR
NATTC To Kill a Mocking- KITCHEN EQPD. APT. Extra furn apt, built In elec kit, terra -
bird Gregory Peck, Marion LOUNGE & PACKAGE STOREGO nice, two bedrms, conv. N. A.S., zo floors, washer dryer, near
Badham Bus &. Shopg. Ph. 388 7491, accredited Clay County Schools,
Hospital Crack intheW
Dana Andrews,Janet ScottC. GO DISCOTHEQUEI! 'bachelors. 264-6884
Field Quo Vadis De- HOME ON ST. JOHNS in Orange

borah Kerr.Robert Taylor DANCING UNTIL 2 AM Park, 3BR, 2B, den I with fire-
Tuesday, November 30 place, covered patio,elec kitchen
Furnished
Apartment Avondale
NAS Lawrence ot Arabia exclusive wooded area, $200.per
LADIES NIGHT EACH $75 a month, natural gas heated
month 264 9492 or 771 -
Peter O'Toole, Alec Guiness THURSDAY EVENING 771 9007.
NATTC Harlow Carroll 1221
MIXED DRINKS FOR LADIES
Baker, Peter Lawford HALF PRICE I .
Hospital To Kill a Mockingbird ABe

Gregory Peck, Marion 3909 BLANDING BLVD. ,
BadhamC. CReative -

Field Black Spurs Dale
CASE LOTS AT COST+ 10% DRIVE-IN SERVICE
Robertson, Terry Moore
Write Your Own Want Ad 3 Lines Only $2.00Ads
Wednesday, December 1

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NATTC Lawrence Arabia-
YOUR INVITATIONTO
Peter O'Toole, Alec Guiness
Hospital Harlow Carroll VISIT ONE OF. THE SOUTHEAST'S should be mailed to Holt PublishingCo.

Baker, Peter LawfordC. LARGEST, MOST MODERN AND r COM* ., 3649 Phillips Hiway, Jacksonville,
Field Crack In the World PLETE FORD MERCURY DEALERSHIPS Fla., .72207. Send remittance with ad copy.
,Dana Andrews, Janet Scottr'J '
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takes a break during the 17, GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA. 6463 Roosevelt Blvd., 2990 Mayport Road
filming of her latest moviein Jacksonville Fla. Atlantic Beach, Fla.
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rR'i I i kS i Y JAX J MARINES ;; first place.CAREER NEWS


iySgt.. toe Ferguson The following Marines have

F\T. 400 advanced their professional
qualifications by completing
courses or passing tests indicated -

SSgt. Ed BATTEN reported the paddies surrounding Ky Ha, :
1st Lt. D. T. Winters PhaseII
back to the information services to shoot at the Marines.
of the Officers Junior Extension
desk Marine Aviation Detach-
at Louis knows that the villagers
ment temporarily while GySgt. aren't going to put up with it Course, Amphibious Warfare

Ferguson takes a small leave, much longer. He realizes it Operations.
Pfc A. D. Tucker completion -
BATTEN who normally works for every time a child skips down
of School GED
the NATTC 1st Lt.'s Divisionas that dirt road in the morning, High
Pvt. J. E. Griffey completion -
construction who
a man
,<. himself ditch holding onto a scrpaed knee or of High School GED
joviallycalls dig-
a
RECOGNITION OF LEADERSHIP. .Mo/or/ Jesse R. Greer, arm and crying the only Englishhe
ging Public Information,stated -
or she knows: "Make better, WELCOME ABOARD
Officer Marine Air Reserve Training Detachment,
Operations that he needs assistance in Doc."
has his gold oak /leaves, denoting his new rank, pinned on reporting the Marine News duringthe Cpl George H. Brand reported -

by his wife/ Patricia, and his commanding officer, Lieutenant next two weeks, call in your to the Supply Department of
CAPTAINS Marine Aviation Detachment here
CUP
Marine News to Ed at extention
Colonel L. E. L')vette. MaJ./ Greer reported to MARTD Monday. He reported from VMA-
.
during July of this year just in time to /Join/ Florida's Marine 400. Again this year Marine Avia 225, 1st Marine Air Wing, Chu-
CITATION/ tion Detachment is leading in the
Air Reserve on maneuvers at MCAS, Yuma, Ariz. / race to retain the highly coveted Lai, Vietnam. No stranger to NAS

One of Jacksonvilles pistol NATTC Captain's Cup for intra- Jax, Cpl Brand was stationed
shooters departed last week, mural sports. With Bowling and here at the Marine Barracks
when SSgt. Elhanan Pennington Golf the from 1961 till 1962.
only sports yet to be
Inlet Marina departed for Viet Nam. Lt. Col.J. completed the Marines lead in Sgt. Jerome S. Parker recently -

W. Sullivan awarded Pennington most of the competition.FOOTBALL reported to NAS Jax as a
new member of the Shore Patrol.
AND BOATYARD a meritorious Mast that read

Haw Fictorv-Trilied Mercrvlier Service in part, "During the past two Marines dominated Sgt. Parker joined from the 2nd
Marine Division.
years you have been a most football, with MAD Sup-
MERCURY SALES & SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTRAILERS definite asset to the Marine Aval- port taking first place, MFC VI DUTY

tion Detachment pistol team, school in second place, and AO
which has won eighteen team Marines taking third. In win- With the recent increase in

Vet & Dry Storage Marine Ways trophies. Over two hundred ning first place, MAD Support Marine Corps strength, an Immediate -

Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET personal awards have been is scheduled to play the win- requirement for addi-
earned by yourself, including of tional Drill Instructor is needed.
ning team mainside Navy for
U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH eighteen out of twenty first the NAS championship in early Marines who have successfully
ORANGE PARK PHONE 2R4-98351 places, which you secured in December completed a tour of Drill Instructor -
the South Atlantic Police Champ duty within the last five
ionship Matches." years are particularly invitedto

As much as we here in Jack SOFTBALL this year make applications for re-

S9nville depart for Viet Nam, no one sport with Navy AE "B"
will doubt that he certainly will taking first, and Navy Support PROMOTION/ OUTLOOK
be well qualified for the task taking third. The Marines Sup-


ahead. port team placed second. Headquarters Marine-Corps

NAVY 'DOC' authorized the convening board-
BASKETBALL Marines for Warrent Officer to Second
CHU LAI!, Vietnam -- He has
took the first three in
t places Lieutenant to select an addi-
no hospital or clinic. Instead, this event with the Reserves tional 75 men for promotion and
he sets his medical kit in
up from MFC school entering two promote all E 8 to E 9
the middle of a dirt road. But teams and taking first and third
: grades that are on the waiting
to residents of the small fish-
iiii. place. Again the MAD Support list. The board now in
session -
ing village of Ky Ha, he is a
team entered
a winning team by to select new Gunnery Sergeants -
form of help they've never had.
I placing second. will likely
When Marine Aircraft report out dur-
Group ing the first week in December
(MAG) 36 moved into this GOLF this sporting event No date has been set for the
sprawling air complex two weeks is strictly a Navy winning team Staff Sergeant board to reportingout.
ago, HM2 Bill Louis, a corps- this year with four Navy teams .
man with the Group's medical tied for first place. Navy Sup-

department, noticed that the adjacent port Services teams 1, 2, A local Interview Board for
hamlet had no medical and 3 and Navy AE "B" will application to selection for temp-
facilities whatever. So, he began be playing hard for that first orary Second Lieutenant and
*- THE OLD CHIEF SAYS : visiting, often after stand- place honor. The Marines trail temporary Warrant Officer con-

. ing an eight hour watch the night with MFC and MAD Support. vened on 17 November and is

before. Navy's AE "G" trail In last scheduled to terminate on 26
His medications are modest place. November. Forty eight Staff

:. On liberty t mostly advice -adhesive- but to the bandages villagers and, NCO's those have be made applicationsand
!5 to selected will be
: he's practically as important as BOWLING this year bowling appointed in early 1966.
don't forget a mayor. The old men and women will be the closest of all the
and the have NO
youngsters Navy and Marines. The top DRAFTThe
in the past, considered medical three teams are within two
1( .\\ yer pass assistance of any sort only of each other and the games way Marine Corps has can-
celled its call for
when death was eminent. it looks now it will be a close inductees for
Some day, Louis, who hails the month of December. This
\ \ and race down to the last game play-
. ; from East WoodburyN.J.hopes ed in this years league. Standings lowers the draft call to 40,200all
that Ky Ha will have an ( as of last Monday scheduled for the Army.
r'' established medical clinic. But, AE "B" in first place, MAD are: The Navy cancelled its Decem-

yer it may not happen today #5 one and a half games out ber draft call and the Air Force

or, even tomorrow. At night, in( second place, and AE 'A" has not requested any inductees.
\ w creditidentification Viet Cong snippers move into trailing only two games out of


ii!) I I MELLONS IN VIETNAM


t Chu Lai!, RVN (AFPS) --
card Marines here have their own

1i.J Y y.S r watermelon patch thanks to Cor-
poral RaymondK.JohnsonHead-

quarters Squadron12..
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That Credit Identification Card'comes from us. Cpl. Johnson's
project started -
You get it with your first loan. It's mighty handyto : out as a garden patch planted
have since we serve you in 775 offices coastto with seeds sent from the United

coast. Depend on us for liberty money, States. The powder dry beach
emergency expenses, cash needs. And get sand of soil, but this didn't stop
your Credit Identification Card. Your good +rJ the Marine. lie poured soybeanoil
credit assures of quick service.
you
over an eight foot patch
and planted a few packages of
radish seeds.A .

\% DOMESTIC FINANCE

; few gallons of water and a
CORPORATION : certain amount of
Ti guard duty
r J against pests -- including foot -
long lizards -- and Johnson had
y9 -
LOANS TO $600 fresh radishes.
JACKSONVILLE
.I CPL. ROBERT E PARTRIDGE is congratulated
1193 So. Edgewood Awe. Phone 389-0391) on a job
440 W. Adams St. .. Phone 356-0091 "well// c/one"/ by Lt. Col. J. W. Sullivan. Along with his congratulations His next project -- water-

25 926 E.Arlington Adams St.Road Phone Phone 356-0076 721-05SO the Colonel presents Cpl. Partridge with well// melon vines are spreading .
1638 Main St. Phone 354.6841 Promotion finished and spreading. .and spreading.
Meritorious' to Sergeant. Partridge
earned
5852 Norwood Ave. Phone 765.1601 Johnson's friends
3102 Beach Blvd. Phone 359-20M Number One in'a class fifteen other students, maintainingan ; / looking at the
5212 N. Pearl'St. Phone 353.6248 potential harvest, don't worry
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A tired, injured but happyVA- the entire tournament.On (AlPS Weekly Fatui)
45 agumented football team limped -
the throwing end was Lowe'sold
home to Cecil Field last week-
teammate from the Cecil 1. How many drivers have
end after finishing second in the
Field Marine Barracks Dick scored consecutive victories In
Atlantic Fleet Touch Football Meechum.But the Indianapolis 500"auto race?
Tournament.The .
"Blackbirds" wheeled coach Engel believed that 2. When were spiked shoes
through the first five games with the wnole team played the finestof first used at a track meet In
four wins in a fine team effort any team he has seen and deserves the United States?
spearheaded by the pass catching credit for an outstanding 3. For what minor league
and defensive manuveriiig of Marine showing. "We had some real earn did Sandy Koufax pitch be-
Barrie Lowe. The sole tigers on the line," Engel said. ore joining the Dodgers?
loss came to PhibLant and wasa "Willie Wilson, Al Blackman, 4. How many home runs has
forecast of the seven team Wayne Tyson, Ron Moore, Bill Willie Mays hit In 17 World
tournament final. Farling and John Evans threw Series games?
; The VA 45 team lost to some fine blocks and kepta 5. What baseball team ha!
r k PhibLant 38 30 to put themin majority of the offense's hon- been involved in all four Nat
the losser's bracket of the est with their line play." ional League pennant playoffs
: double
elimination In
T1 : L 1L _ their first game the tourney."Black- "Our defensive backs also dida losing three and winning one?
j_ k birds" second win over the Ma good job for us," Engel said.
rines. A win In the fifth roundof Walt Cohens and Lowe went both ANSWERS
play over the ComCruDesLant ways. Charlie Goins, Ed Weiss,
representatives put the "Black- Bill Fertig and Sal Diana playeda .,'sJaJjo.rld IrJUUalad", $I,polO
birds" in the finals against the lot of good ball." -:>aJ op poI sjaSpoa aqxg
., k undefeated PhibLant.VA sajiag PIJOAV aaitp
uj joddjjj punoj B Jiq ja\au
sq PM VH '**S,. OIL 'Ii.
45 went into the Friday The best rule when reading the
finals with six under their uostas Q56Tqj
games menu in a restaurant: 'If youcan't
belts and a rash of Injuries pronounce It--you can't afford aoj iiraupujo jo 1JSJ3AJUI1
sndturo
from the games with the Marines. it. American Salesman. aqi jo aip jjo zaZpo
Team coach Paul Engel said, aqj paujof ,xjno i ';uoN 'C;
VA-45 QUARTERBACK DICK MEECHUM passes against a "We were Just in no shape to '988IUJ ijjoj.MSN I uj jaouj aoopu
hard charging defender in the AlrLant Tournament which play, we were injured an exhau- F urojjduiv jsjjj aqj Sujanp sajdsp3npo.uuJ .
the team swept through to the CinCLant Fleet Tournament. sted." The PhibLant team THE ARBOLES sjuno* urejniMW
C56I 'lpJ.o1fnA
had played three games going
Into the finals. Engel's words HIS PU* '& LtGt 'asoH
1 .''k. iron A&P

; : proved through the true contest as PhibLant with an easy got shopping center IR J.mt'yi.ctu:tOt, M'6C6T.Iq1'J4vqs{ruO ..rnquMQJe. .t

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11'iM"pie:1.Rq
I 40 6 win to be the best team In
the Atlantic for 1965. Orange Park "Just think," said the man
\\
.:.:.11:: \\ { \\\ \\\ : : .... )\\I\t.:\ ... ...... reading his magazine, "It says
.;:::;::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::;:;:;:::::::::::::::::::::::;:;::::::;:: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::;::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::;:::::::::::::::::::::: Lowe played his best games NOW RENTING acre that over 5,000 camels are
against his fellow Marines. In used each year to make paintbrushes

Cecil Field Varsity Splits the second end and contest defensive the tall safety offensive Model Apt. Opei 11-6 I""Goodness," answered thewo-

snagged four TD passes and had 264.6648 man, Impressed, "Isn't It amazing
League Opener With SanfordAn two interceptions. He averaged what they can teach animals
three and four Interceptions for 264.2711 these days?" Nat'l Retired
undermanned Cecil Field on strong fcr the Raiders with Teachers Acs'n Jn'l. -
Varsity basketball team traveledto 23 points. Center added Floyd
Sanford last weekend and splitits Catleh added 16 to boost the Raid
first two league games,49-56 ers to their first win in league RIIif
and 72 63. play.Richerson
Four of Cecil's five starters praised Marshallfor
missed the contests and coach his fine play both nights, 111 I I
0. G. Richerson had only seven "Without him the games probably
men on the road trip.In would have been much different.He i -
the first game Sanford pulled was good on both defenseand
from a one point, 23-22 offense." The Cecil Field
halftime lead to a seven point coach also saw improvement in
win. High scorer for the game Reeves. "He is getting to be FORGETi
was Cecil Field forward Jim consistant in his scoring and his :
Marshall with 21. Three San- shooting helped us win the second
"
ford players hit in double figuresin game. t\: : ....
the victory.On But the Raider coach was not e ( ,
Saturday night things went happy with the team's overall _
different for the Raiders as Mar- effort and promised that before for
shall repeated his 21 point per- the next game on Dec. 3 there a
formance and Bill Reeves came would be some team changesand
new faces.

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GAME ((72.48)) ((76.44)) ((67-53)) ( ) ((68.52))

1 1 1I Army-Navy Navy Army Navy Navy Navy
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Penn.Cornell// Cornell Penn Penn Cornell Penn


Georgia-Ga. Tech Ga. TechAlabama Ga. Tech Ga. Tech Ga. TeciAlabama/ GeorgiaAlabamaAuburn


: Alabama Alabama AlabamaTex.


Tex Tex. A&M Tex. Tex. Tex. Tex. A&M .
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/ / Tenn. Tenn. Tenn- Vanderbilt Tenn.

Wy..S- Co// S. Cal. S. Co// 3. Cal S. Cal. S. Cal.

Neb.Okla.Miss.Miss.. Neb.Miss.. Neb. Neb. Okla.Miss.. Neb.

St. Miss. Miss. St. Miss.

Baylor-Rice Baylor Baylor Baylor Rice Rice

BROWN "PEDALS" PHYSICAL F/TNESS./ .The

senior Medical Officer at the NAS Cecil Field Dispensary, But Tradition At
There's Nothing
Captain C. J. Brown, went through a recent period, while
his car was being repaired, of riding a bike to and from the

dispensary. The captain said that he still pedals the bike Stake In Army-Navy Game Sat.The .
around occasionally for enjoyment/ and he believes that

bike riding is a fine form of physical fitness for people of

all ages. Staubachs and Stichwechs are gone, there Isn't any bowl The best that either team can
COUPON'ROOSEVELT' bids at stake, or even a conference title but still, like in past hope to do Is come away from
years, over 100,000 people will cram in to Philadelphia's JohnF. the contest with a season record
Kennedy Stadium to see Army and Navy do battle on the foot- that moves it out of the lossers
MALL ball field for the 65th time on Saturday. bracket. Navy, at 4 4 1
for the season, would like nothing
better than to avenge the 11-7
y1i setback Army handed them last
I CAR WASH year.


0 OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30 AM-6PM 0 Navy, playing with a large
Sl/NDAY.8:30AM-J:30PM C: number of sophomores and
coached by freshman Bill Elias,
o THIS COUPON WORTH SOt OFF TJO has surprised a few teams this

U On A Car Wash Any Day Except Wed.Z season. The Middies up ended
Pittsburg 12 0, Maryland 19-
( EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY P 7, Oklahoma 10 0. Williamand
Mary 42 14, and tied
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WITH CAR WASH1 were at the hands of Syracuse
14 G, Georga Tech 37 16,
LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALI SHOPPING CENTER a 1 Notre Dame 29 3, and PennSt.

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: 2iA I is without any real "Tigers"this
w year but still the Cadets
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IT'S' TIME once again for the 65th Annual Army-Navy football have managed an impressive 13-
i 0 upset win over Wyoming. Their
in Stadium.
game Philadelphia loses have come from Tennessee,
Notre Dame, Stanford, Colgateand
m
Air Force.

w *S> : Tells day,
The national televised contest
R A date, month and The lustre may not mean much record wise,
4 moon phase of two diamondsJust but like nearly every other college -
game scheduled for Thurs-
s day and the weekend it is a big,
jritmaz big rivialry with the difference
between a successful and unsuc-
cessful season at stake in the
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by Dave Colby/ I

in Hitting For 6ND ChampionshipThe

care to deny that
Would anyone Michigan State should be the
number "One football 1 team in the nation?
Finishing off regular season word is out around Flori- duct and played his college ball vious trouble with. Thus St.

with a strong 12-3 win Jet tackle Jim Harris has da . watch out for this under a former Olympic Volley- Pete finished play with one loss
over play Notre Dame last Saturdayput time keeping his weight a down.tough year's Cecil Field volleyballteam. ball coach at Sana Monica Junior and Cecil Field with two in the

eight team event.
10-0 for the College.The
the Spartans Harris
that he
reports keeps to a the The former VR 24
Last year the Raiders finished set artist is Naples

season.The most Impressive part of lunch strick or diet breakfast.; he doesn't He eat home any second in the Sixth Naval District reason that Me Guckin has "ttal *coach, McGurkin, said mat

State team,althoughit's goes Tournament behind NAS Memphis changed his offense. He explained the team was pushing for one
Michigan after drinks of
the practice
a glass
spectacular, is Is the team that went "Most teams play with thing the Sixth Naval District
all very milk gets on the scales and
line. In the last seven into the All Navy tournament four spikers and two set men. crown. And as usual Mc-
defensive weighs two more than
pounds
have limited from this area. This year we are going with five Guckin is expecting the strongest
the Spartans when he started the
games to nine points morning. This year's rendition of the spikers and one setman,Molina. team In the district to be Mem-

their opponents have rolled 89. Raiders has a new coach, some With this type offense the volley-
they up THE HEARING/ BACK phis.The
while
ball should be flying In all dir- Raiders will continue
It was clear before the Notre Successful Princeton coach new players, some returnees; to
who have held their In ections. In tournaments around the
own play
that it would be past
a Dick Coleman on how he his
Dame game plays
seasons, and a new offensive Here is the new offense work- state In preparation for the big
between two ground hWe
formation
contest single wing have Ing? The Raiders have partici- District event. The team will
had four fine
The Irish In and look.Tom
motion flankers
teams. InBill Wolski Nick men all McGuckin, the new Raider pated in three YMCA military also be entered in the Fla.
backs the
We flank
running over place. every- coach, said that he believes tournaments around Florida this Ga. Service Conference whenIt
Eddy, Larry Conjar, and Bill body but the quarterback, ardwe'd
that his team, potential wise, year and in all three they have gets under way.
But the giant MichiganState
Zloch. flank him if the team could
is the strongest to ever come finished second. During the latter part of next
defensive line had run Into hear
his starting signals" from out of the Jacksonville area. Last weekend the Raiders wereat week it is expected that the site
some of the country's handled best run- out there on a flank. McGuckin's beliefs might be well the St. Petersburg Invitational for the district tournament and
and them
ning teams founded. Returning from last which the host won. The the South Atlantic Regional tournament -
They had stopped KERR MISSES/ 918
with ease. year's squad is Dick Garner, Raiders were the only teamto will be announced. Cecil
cold the
Michigan State on minus ground, For 12 years Johnny Kerr of a former All Navy volleyballer. down the St. Pete entry but Field has a bid In for both the
Ohio at yard-
left the Baltimore Bullets hadn't The squad also has two new then later fell to Sarasota, ? tourneys. Last year they were .
the for the first
age on ground missed a game. Then it cameto additions that has caused McGuc- team the Raiders had no pre held on this Naval Air Station.
school's
that historyand
time in an end with the 918th game of kin to make a switch his offense.

completely blanked Iowa. his NBA career. Kerr was there Bob Nordell, who started Are PI makers
Europeans
rolled into
When the Spartan's ay I Ia
like and the Bullets lost the game to with Memphis last year and Is
South Bend they came war-
the Celtics, but the 9.9 veteran another former All Navy par-
riors of old Greece. Beforethe didn't get off the bench as Bullet ticipant, Is now stationed at Ce- Servicemen who have served great deal. I think the fans ir
day was over the mammothline hardas tours overseas, in Europe the United States
coach Paul Seymour watched two cil Field and is spiking as would enjoy
had held the Irish to minus of his big men hit some hot ever. Another addition Is especially, might sympathize this kind of basketball tern times
12 yards on the ground and 24 shooting and completely forgot seaman Rene Molina. Molina with\ Bob Cousy's point of view. more.

in the air on two completions out about is The jump shot and the accenton Cousy the Boston
Kerr and his streak. a west coast volleyball pro- once Celtics'
of 11. Michigan State limited scoring is slowly sappingthe Incomparable backcourt wizard,

Notre Dame to three first downs. playmaking out of basket- claims the jump shot hasnotonIy
They had stopped the Irish cold.If Jax Intramural Results ball, he claims. revoluntionized basketball--

the Spartans aren't the best in "European basketball," says offensively, at least -- but

the land who is? FAETU, 5 NARTU, 4 Cousy, "is an ideal showcase for "it has thrown the high school
If there is coach in the HANDBALLVP good basketball playmaking." He
any 679th, 5 Hospital, 4 and college game out of line.
that think should have reason: "TheyEuropeans( )don't
we
country 8 FICEUR 1 Everyone is an ace at scoring
Supply, ,
his name associated with a win- 16, 3 VW 4,2 have the shooters over there so with a jump shot 20 to 25 feet

ning team it should be Duffy FICEUR, 3 ComFairJax, 2 they play an artful game. You from: the basket."

Daugherty.THE can see how they work the ball
PINGPONG679th SCRATCH GOLF around, you can see the play 'fhe concentration on per-
developing, see what they're fecting the jump shot, Cousy is

IRONY about this year's trying to do. saying, means that the basic
playmaking techniques "the
that if the West u
Rose Bowl is
Coast decides to send UCLA they 4NAMTG, 1 PRO'S, 3 1/2 Operations, 21/2 "I've made a number of visits finesse, the picking, the helpingout
Birds, 3 Commun, 3 overseas for the State Depart- all the artful maneuvers"are --
will have chosen a team that the VP 16, 4 Rec, 1 "
VAP NARTU, 6 FAETU, 0 ment in recent years, Cousy as rare in basketball todayas
62,3 FAETU 2
beaten
have ,
Spartans once 679th, 5 Hospital, 1 adds, "and I've seen them play the two handed set shot.
already this year 13 3 in both 679th, 3 FAETU, 2
teams' openers.TO VP -16, 4 Marines, 1 Supply, 5 FICEUR ,1


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PILE ON the irony a bit TENNIS BOWLING3rd

further Playboy magazine's pre-
season football prediction for BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC.

coach of the year was x Iowa ComFairJax, 3 VP 16,2 Crewman, 3 Splits 1

coach Jerry Burns. One of their 16,3NARTU,2 Play Boys, 4Cannon Cockers,0 a .? L9 ...
top teams for the year was the ComFairJax, 3 VW 4,2 Falcons, 4 Flag Staffs, 0

Hawkeyes which finished the ComFairJax, 31/2VAP 62,11/2 Aeron "A", 4 Thunderheads, 0 ",

season at 9.1. Needlers, 3 Cloak & Daggers, 1

NAMTG, 2 Lilly's 2
VOLLEYBALLVP Mad Foxes, 4 Electrons, 0

BY NEW YEARS DAY there Aeron "B", 4 NCO'S, 3

be Cursors, 3 PRO'S, 1
just
might some pretty sorry
VP 30 3
16, 15 ,
bowl games. If Florida State Anchors, 3 Seabees, 1
Georgia, Arburn and Vanderbiltdo VP 16, 15 VP-30,8 Sky War.uE", 2 Hard Hats, 2
VP 16 3
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VP 30, ,
Avions, 3 King Pins, 1
what is very possible in this
6 VP 7,15
FICEUR, -
erratic football season it couldbe FICEUR 6 Molarolas, 1 Mix Masters, 3
VP 7,15 Spoilers, 3 Tipplers, 1
that there will be teams in
the Orange, Gator and Bluebonnet VAP 62, 15 VW 4,11 Spartans, 2 Nockers, 2 : ax

Bowls with marked VAP62,16VW4,140&R Torch Pots, 2 Cutters, 2 -
some
very 15 Marines 8 Church Keys, 3 Protons, 1 _
further
records. What could
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Lucky 7",1 Airmen, 3
darken the bowl would bea
picture
VP 30, 15 FICEUR, 13
UCLA defeat Tennesseeon AOMD #1, BOO, 1
by
December the fourth. VW 4,15 Marines, 6 Neptunes, 1 CPO'S, 3 II ''I I I'BRI
8
VW 4,15 Marines, Sidewinders, 3 Aeron "C", 1
Marines, 18 VW 4,16VP16,15VP7,1 0 K URBR3c
0
IT'S STILL/ THE GEORGIA Mixers, 4 FAPL, ct
PEACH Dou"rs, 0 BB Stackers, 4
brilliant base runningby VP 7 15 VP-16,3 Rejects, 3 AFLS, 1

Despite Maury Wills over the past VP-16,15 VP 7,1 Sky War. "A", 1 Riggers, 3 B

three seasons Ty Cobb's still VAP62,15VP7,1VAP 150&R,8 Five Sharps, 1 Supply, 3 BR2 L FR
62,
holds the official stolen base 0&R, 15 VAP 62, 13 B

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154 decisions the Tigers had had Complete
;
two early season ties which hadto FOOTBALLHospital 4 ROOMS C-6 is just unbelievalbe; 4 bedrooms,

be played off at the end of the Family Room, Living Room, Dining Room, Kit ,.

season. Wills had 95 successful New Fonitere chen/ 2 Baths and a large Utility Room. Eleven

steals in his 1962 season in 154 14 ComFairJax, 0 Including rooms of unmatched styling and economy.JBELL.A.JR..

games and 97 through 156 games. Commun, 36 NARTU, 6 Refrig. & Stove
But Frick ruled it was the decis- A/C Maint, MARTD, 0

ions, not the games,that counted. ComFairJax, 1 VP 7 ,0 $350.00

Wills does hold the record, VP 30 ,12 Hospital, 6 Machines
New Adding
thumbs down, for 165 games. : : .
This record also came in 1962 JJ25. Below Wholesale .M.

when Wills got 104 bases in regular GOLFPRO'S .also Typewriters HOLE: : BUILDERS: I3STC.:

season and Desks.
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II Jax Standings 1

i:1: Football National League Bowling American League %

t Team Wins Lost Team Wins Lost
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Carimuni cat ions 11 0 Mad Foxes 35 17
A/C Maint 9 3 Cursors 341/2 171/2
MARTD 5 6 Cloak&Daggers 321/2 191/2
i NARTU 4 6 Needlers 32 20
i Ficeur 4 7 Lillys 25 19
t Parade Grds 3 6 Falcons 36 20
., 679th 1 9 Pro's 211/2 231/2
Splits 26 26 bA1
Thunderheads 24 28 ,V Pw
Third Crewman 23
i iJ 29
: Football American Leaguer Eagles 23 29
NAMTG 21 27
Team Wins Lost Playboys 22 30 ;
'; Cannon Cockers 18 26 L.

', Com Fair Jax 8 3 Flag Staffs 19 29 9 o
Hospital 7 4 AERON "A" 22. 34
Electrons 181/2 291/2
VAP 62 7 4
t VW 4 5 6 AERON "B" 15 29
VP-30 4 5
Marines 4 6VP CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
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Jax Sports ShortsThe BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP

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NAS Jax Intramural Golf 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601

Tennis Play offs will be held the weekof 65 IMP ALA SPORT SEDAN.$2995
the 6th of December. The auto/trans., V-8, PS, PB, elect windows- &
Team Wins Lost cause of the delay is due to the
fact that the permanent greensare seats, R&H, factory air and many extras, solid
Com Fair Jax 4 0 not ready to play on at this we white, blue int.
VP 16 4 1 time. !'< 65 CORVETTE CONV. . . .$3995
NARTU 4 1 ..j auto/trans., R&H, solid blue, white top, 900
Hospital 3 0 # $ $ # A WHALE OF A RECEPtion miles, never been registered.
VP 16 1 4 Pretty Lynn Wallace,
NARTU 1 4 The semi finals of the Intramural a receptionist at a Pacific 65 DODGE G. T.. . . . .52/95/
FlCEUR 1 5 Touch Football will be park, waters "Wicked Willie 2 dr. hardtop, auto/trans., 6 cyl. PS, R&H,
VP 30 0 1 held Wednesday 1, December ," a male pilot whale bucket seats, beige & gold, white interior, like
PAW -11 0 2 with the Finals to be held Fri- and a recent addition to the brand new.

day 3, December. park's aquarium. 64 MONZA COUPE . . . .51695
4-speed trans., R&H, dark blue, WSW
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Bowling Continental League 64 CADILLAC SPORT SEDAN.$4095

Team Wins Lost AD ON PAGE 11? auto/trans., V-8, PS, PB, electric windows,
Deal factory air, ivory over blue, WSW, exceptionallyclean.
I Avions 361/2 11112I Before You Take Anyone's .

I Cutters 31 13 64 BEL-AIR 4 DR. . . . .51995
Spoilers 33 15 auto/trans., V-8, PS, R&H, factory air, solid
Nockers Sky War "BII 25 31 17 15 I Nti hw'1'.w beige, matching interior.

\ Mix Mastery 2711612 IMPALA/ CONV. . . . ..$2395
Airmen 241/2 151/2 auto/trans., V-8, PS, PB, R&H, tilt steering
Tipplers 24 16 wheel., electric windows, Daytona blue, white
Hard Hats 241/2 191/2 For your convenience we hove instgltod aThere'll top, "SW.
Anchors 23 25
Pizzans 20 24 64 VW BUS-DELUXE.$1895
,I Church Key 19 25 4-speed trans., R&H, 3 seats, WSW.
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I : Lucky 711 171/2 261/2

Molarolas 171/2 301/2 63 VAL/ANT/ . . . . .5/095/
Spartans Torch Pots 16 17 28 33 2 dr., standard shift, 6 cyl., factory air cond.,
I
solid/ blue.
i: King Pins 14 26
:I' .y...\ Protons 15 29I 63 FAIRLAHE . . . . .$1295/
I i Seabees 11 41 2 dr., auto/trans., 6 cyl., R&H, solid green,
I WSW.

Bowling National League IMPALA/ SPORT SEDAN.$1895/
.. auto/trans., V-8, PS, R&H, ivory over red, WSW,
Team Wins LostCPO'S extra, extra sharp.

.. 63 FALCON CONV. . . . .5/395/
; AOMD #1 33 34 15 18 auto/trans., 6 cyl., R&H, solid red, white top,

> Five SharpsHurricanes 31 17 WSW.
1 281/2 151/2 62 OLDS CONV- . . . .$1495/
+ Mixers 28 23 auto/trans., V-8, PSPB, R&H, solid white
)' BOQ 27 25 red int., one owner.

) AFES 24 24 62 T-BIRD . . . . .$1995/
)1: Sidewinders 231/2 241/2 .
I Air Frames 23 25 auto/trans., V-8, PS,. PB, R&H, factory air,
I Riggers 23 25 electric windows, cleanest one in town.

I; Supply 23 25 V I I I 62 CORVAIR 2 DR. COUPE . . .5995
t' Neptunes 23 25
Rejects 21 23 1&- standard shift, R&H, WSW, all original, cleanestin
Warriors 19 21 town.
I Doctors 22 26I' 61 GALAXIE 2 DR. HARDTOP.$995
Sky War. "A" 23 29 auto/trans. V-8 R&H WSW
two tone green, ,
I I I II lull :i : one owner.

! Open under new management 60 CHEVROLET PARKWOOD WAGON. .$995
\ be no blizzard of bills to contend with next
; JET January If you join our Christmas Club now. Experiencethe auto/trans., V-8, R&H, ivory over green, WSW.

Beauty Salon delights (and savings) of cash-in-hand Christmas 60 CORVAIR 2 DR. COUPE. . . $695
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