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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: June 2, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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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 this publication does constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. I

VOL. 24 NO. 10 U< S. NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA JUNE 2, 1966 ;',} f fVW4 t


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Model Mot Ready Y.t : ,


24th Nafl Defense ServiceRibbon :! ;


: Hunting Wear OKayed '


Yesteraay ..*,Kea
of the 24th season for
famous Navy Hurricane The long awaited instructon authorizing the wearing of the :
ers of Airborne Early National Defense Service Medal by members of the Armed Forces I '
Squadron Four., Since has finally come through.
this squadron and its Although Navy Times announced some time ago that members
decessors have been of the Armed Forces on active duty after 1960 had been awarded ,I
level penetrations: : : the medal the word was never made official until recently.

actual eye of tropical Word from the local per-
to gather weather data sonnel office at NAS says thatit SecNav Notice 1650 of May 5'.'.' .
the movement of these will be a while before the say:> that those on active duty ,. I rafter
over water. '' t t1 medals themselves are distributed December 31, 1960 and", .
To date the 1 ; since they have to be before a terminal date yet to abe t''
ers have logged over ? ordered for so many people: announced are authorized the
hours of storms and ;;<< ::; : : and will be a while in the making. awarding: of the medal.
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flights and made '770 : The ribbons, however, maybe For' the purpose of the awardIng -* ,) '1
trations into the eye. worn by anyone presently on of' the National Defense "
these pentrations have active duty. Bronze stars may
Service Medal the following
per-
altitudes of 500 feet. ( ) be worn in lieu of a second sons are not to be consideredas
As a unit of the ) / award by those who have performing active service: i
Hurricane Warning already received the medal.
Guard and Reserve Forces
Navy Hurricane Hunters
CNATC personnel on short'' tours of I
the WC 121N
active duty to fulfill training
Constellations. These
nies" have a rage of Pays Visit duty obligations training under program.an inactive ,
miles and can stay in ,
Any on
person temporaryactive
for more than twenty ,
duty to serve on boards Courts, :
Two complete radar To ATTC Commissions and like organi-
board the aircraft are zations.
i of covering 200,000 sq I
;I), at one time. Vice Adm. A. S. Heyward, NOTICE:" Although Armed I
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"to On'a' routine weather' Jr., Chief of Naval Air Train Forces personnel have;"been "
:..", naissance up to 1,500,000, \ ing,:visited NATTC: on: an'.informal ,.authorized{ to 'wear, the:'Naftonai. '' ,
} 'rnilercarrbe''covered., ; :: i *'working'Insepcticn Monday ;defense Medal;service ..,:\ .. ,..... .....,.: '
I erate, the radars, and May 23. ""- ; ,' nbhon. on'.'their unifema.f lbe J ;.;{ ; "
electrical units'the He arrived;at NAS "at' 2 Medals .themselves we not Of' ,
duces enough power to p.m. and was greeted by Capt. yet available distribution I
the needs of a city, of Thomas B. Ellison NA TTC's due to the heavy demand for
people. CO; Cdr.: G. A. Sundquist XO; them. i
The hand picked I and Lt. Col. J', W. Sullivan The Personnel Office urges '
22 officers and men is CO of the Marine Air Detach that you please DO NOT call
into three components:2)r ment. regarding the medal.:
combat and metro. After a command brIefIng' in will be published in the Plan
cludes the basic personnel: Capt. Ellison's office Adm. of the Day as soon as the
ed to fly the aircraft. Heyward commenced his inspec- Medals arrive and are readydistribution.
mans the radar while tion which included AO School, .
takes all the weather AE "A" School Training, Ra- Any person active duty tor Uie
quired on the flight. diography School,the malfunctionrange sole purposes other than for
From 1920 to 1944 and the AE hangar. extended active duty.
were 4,250 lives lost Other places toured by tile Inspection Members of theNationalGuardand
United States due to party were King Hall Reserve Forceswhohavebecome -
an average of 400 '' AO and AE barracks messhall, eligible for the award of
ten million dollars of the dispensary the dental the Armed Forces Expeditionary
damage. Since theadvent department, and the CPO bar- Medal or the Viet Nam Ser-
warning this number of racks. vice Medal, regardless of active
has,been reduced 9Vacation% Vice Adm. Heyward expres- duty status are also eligiblefor
sed great pleasure with the the National Defense Service,
operation of the command. He. Medal. :
also seemed impressed with the '"
self Improvement programs of Service medals and tur rib- )
School NATTC and thenowerbedswhIch'ornament bons are to be worn in the f
order In which earned.
many buildings. in
Dally Vacation Bible the command.The For the purpose of determin- {I

will be sponsored by All inspection pany left Jack- (See "Medal, Pg. 2))
Chapel this year sonville at approximately :5)p.m.
day, June 13 and
June 24.Ages .
for the
clude those who are
enough to begin senior :
ergarten this fall y }
,
1
year's eight graders.The
two week

cludes Bible study, '
groups, a craft period ;
Ing around the campfire
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a time of daily worship. .
:
than 25 staff ..
already met together

classroom 1'
teaching skills. : ek
At the close of the '\ ,
on June 24, the lib 'I .1
review their '._ ,;,::: ,
with their parents at ,if,. 0, .
Vacation Bible School .

Night \ ', .., '. '.. 1" '
All materials on I, :.. f', .'
child worked, group : J {, ':::1 ", 0 I
and a program by t -,
and girls will be VICE/ ADM. A. S. HEWtARD, JR. WAS WELCOMED aboard .
NATTC for the Informal working inspection on May 23 by Capt. fc \ ::: 'x-.''
(Se. "B/W/ ", Pg. ) : Thomas B. Ellison, NATTC Commanding Officer. '***...t-;..... .'
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.fiffi :. Navy Lags Behind Other !Dtv'me I Service t Chaplains/ Message-" .,


"A WEARY WORLD WATS"By
ROMAN CATHOLIC Chaplain W. A. Smith '
Services In Bond DrivePresident ::

St. Edword's Chapel The earth has gone through many successive ages of trials and
Johnson recently called upon all employees cf the fed- and tribulations in which man's prejudice and sin have been pitted against
eral government, military and civilian, to set an example for the WoveHospital/ the progress that might otherwise have been possible. Certainly
rest of the nation by investing regularly in U.S. Savings Bonds. everyone is waiting for the key that could unlock the door to a
Primarily noted in the message that was released by the Sec- SUNDAY MASSES solution of man's problems.More .
of the Navy was that our overall is 16.3 % world is for is
retary participation only Hospital - - 0630 than anything else a weary waiting today,
as compared with 76.3 % for the Army and 43.9 fo for the Air St. Edward's goodness that is truly godly, or at least a re evaluation of
Force. Chapel - -0900 & 1100 what man considers good in the light of the eternal truth of God's
The Savings Bond Drive at NAS Jax got underway in April and revelation.
will continue through July 15. During this time all personnelare DAILY MASSES Likewise, the world is waiting for a concern that is truly
urged 'to Invest in savings bonds through the payroll savings St. Edward's: Christian on the part of enough people so that the scales of human
plan. This plan is both convenient and effortless, allowing the par- Monday thru Friday1130; betterment may be tipped in the direction of brotherhood and peace.It .
ticipant to save for the future while assisting our country. Saturday - '- 0900 was a weary world that waited for the coming of a savior
Today savings bonds have more advantages than ever, making Naval Hospital: some 2000 years ago, whom God sent in the person of a little
them a oood investment. With the new 4.15%interest rate, bonds Friday------ ----1205 babe born at Bethlehem. The same world, still weary, is now wait-
return $4, at maturity for every $3 invested. An allotment of ing for men to follow HIS leadership to peace for all mankind.
$3.75 will earn a $25 bond in 5 paydays, and other allotmentsare CONFESSIONSSt. Will you join in the prayer of John Masterman?
available for the various denominations of bonds. Edward's: "Almighty Father, who didst give
,
Savings bonds also have an important tax advantage as they are Saturday -;1900 2000 The gift of life to all who live, :'
exempt from state and local income tax,, and the federal tax on "j" ".
Sunday ---- 0815 0845; Look down on earth's dark sin and strife ;
-
Series E Bonds may be deferred until the bonds are redeemed. 1015 1045 And lift us to a nobler life. :
Bonds are also a direct contribution to price stability. Hospital: Sunday0615
Aside from the savings through bonds, they are one of the best
ways to show our "patriotism". As the late President Kennedyonce CATECHISM CLASSES Rep. Bennett Pleads CauseOf
stated: "Patriotism ,Is what people do." It's action suchas > Chapel Annex Building 722:

savings bonds. Saturday's 1000
The Jax Air News joins with the President in urging that all Than Honorables"WASHINGTON
personnel invest in ,savings bonds. It's a two-fold investment, DIVINE SERVICES "Less
in your future and your country's future. Each department hasa PROTESTANTAll
designated representative. who will assist you in your savings
plan. Saints Chapel D. C. Persons who have received less than

Invest NOW for the future. SUNDAY'S honorable discharges for military service, and who find it difficultto
0800 --- ---Holy Communion secure employment, would have an opportunity to earn an im-
0930 & 1100- -Divine Worship provement in their chances for jobs if legislation introduced by
Standing Orders For Drivers U. S. Rep. Charles E. Bennett of Florida is enacted.
,SUNDAY SCHOOL The bill has been informally cleared with Defense and Labor
------Chapel Annex Departments and will be considered and improved in hearings later
1. To take charge of this wheel and practice all safe driving Building 722
: habits. thTs year,
2. To drive my car in a safe and courteous manner, always WEDNESDAY'S Bible Bennett, a senior member of

f keeping on the alert, and observing everything that takes place 1900 --- -Choir Rehearsal the powerfulHouseArmed Ser-
within my driving path. School vices Committee said in a House
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3. To resort myself, not to break traffic regulations that THURSDAY of Representatives floor speech
I am entrusted to follow. 2000 Christian Science oday that his legislation would
.0 4. To repeat all safe driving habits, each time I drive. Service ServiceContinued authorize the award of an Exemplary -
5. To quit my post as a driver when I become tired. SECOND MONDAY of Each Month(; Rehabilitation Certificate -
6. To pass on to the driver who relieves me;\all of the safe 0930 Chapel Women's Guild from Page 1wll 7 to certain individuals
driving habits that I follow. (Small Chapel) civilians life after discharge or
7. To talk to no one on any extensive subject, so as to keep be followed by a pot 11 uck dismissal from the Armed For-
myself alert to drive. U.-S. NAVAL HOSPITAL supper for all the family.
8. To give the other driver the same courtesy I expect. Sunday's ,- - lOOOl This year's' school will under ces."Many persons who have been
9. Tp I remain and ,call ,the proper, authorities, in the event ,: the direction of Mrs.,Mary Velt- discharged from military ser,
'.- 1 become 'involved In an'accident, V11'- CECIL FIELD.PROTESTANT' man. Department leaders Include vice under other than hon-
.
:,,, 10. To respect the' right of traffic and pedestrians. Mrs., Jean Carter, Mrs. orable conditions have had em-
'.; 11. To slow down,' and to be especially watchful at night Doris Edwards, G/Sgt. Edward ployment difficulties far beyond -
; while passing, and not to pass on curves and to allow myself Today- Batten, and Chaplain DeanVelt- what an Identical offensein
plenty of time to return to my ship or station.ServiceDuring Choir Practice at 7 p. m. civilian life would have occasioned
Sunday- man.Teachers will be Mesdames Bennett said. "My
Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. Kathleen Aubrey,June Barron,JoAn bill would assist those personsby
Vietnam Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. Soldau, Virginia Shoenberger, allowing them to earn by
Communion the first Sunday Barbara Sleeman. Louise Clark, later conduct, an Exemplary
of the month.
Barbara Clark, Lu Ann Rowe, Rehabilitation Certificate issued
Crisis Earns All Medal Sharon Christopherson, Anna by the Department of Labor.
CATHOLIC Turner and Helen Weatherford. "The Secretary Labor would
Daily-
''p Continued from Page 7 11:20 Mass Helping with registration and appoint boards which upon
a. m.
'i!. : Sunday- refreshments will be Mesdames adequate proof of rehabilitationfor
l: {' ing the order of wearing of the of red (7/16 in.), white ((132in. 8 a.m. and Mass Con- Sandy Thibideau, Dee Gray, a period of at least three
;< National Defense Service Medal, .), blue ((1/32 in.), white fessions heard noon before each Altha Rubel,. and Beverly years could Issued the certificates -
Mass.
,', '." an individual who meets the ((1/32 in.), red ((1/32 in). yellow Srock. In proper cases to per-
: eligibility requirements is considered ((1/4 in.), red ((1/32 in.), The music directors will be sons dismissed from military
to have qualified for white ((1/32 in.), blue (132in. Traffic Violations Mesdames Marcia Viuson,Dawn service under other than hon-

this award on the first day eligible .), white ((1/32 in.), and Ross and Barbara Adams. orable conditions.
t' (January 1,1961)). red ((7/16 in.) The following Is a report Bennett said that more than
.ot" of motor vehicle accidents and High school helpers include
,
'' The service ribbon be 500,000 living today
: On the front side of the bronze may Misses Carol Veltman persons
,. :- r.. purchased at the Exchangeor traffic violations for the period Shelley hold ji military discharge In
:' medal is an eagle with inverted 'May 24 through 30. Haverty, Nora Schoenberger,
Clothing and Small Stores. this category, which would make
wings standing on a sword Vici Sshoenberger, Cindy Flow-
them for for
and palm branch beneath the I Number of Accidents ers, D. J. Jones, and Barbara eligible application
the Certificate.
lie said
that in
inscription "National Defense"; This Weeks - - -3 Christian.All .
the period between 1957 to 1965,
A shield taken from the # Total Accident this year through Saints' Chapel wants to
of BUY U.S. May 30, - - -140 215, 255 discharges have been
coat of arms the Unitd Statesis extend a warm Invitation to the
pictured on the reverse side Number of Accidents through NAS Navy and civilian com- awarded in this area, or 3.2
with an open wreath below it SAYINGSBONDS May 65 - - 100 munity to share the hours of percent of all military dis-
and the right side of oak leaves Total number of days since 9 11:30 a.m. each day for chagges.The .
and the left side of laurel. last Injury in a motor vehicle this two week school with 18 year veteran law-
maker, who will direct House
ribbon accident - - -13 a
The service is silk your children.
Armed Services Committee
Number of Violations
moire, composed of stripes
Inquiry Into military dischargesin
: This Week - -28
Speeding---------4 the near future, said appli-
,: I 'I Reckless Driving - 0 Command'Change cants under this proposal would
.... be required to show that theyhad
4 Going through Stop Sign -0 At VP-7 TomorrowVP7
lived to certain standards
Other Violations - --24 up
: : JA.X' AIFt :KTEWS for at least three years prior.

Fourty Four drivers appeared will hold Change Of- to applying for the Certificateto ,
before the Traffic Hear- Command ceremonies tomorrowat a board established by the .
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper ing Board at the meeting heldon 11 a.m. In the west bay of Secretary of Labor. He said job
.. '. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, May 31. Disposition of the Hangar ### 123, when Cdr. Alfred counseling and employment
Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, a cases included the following: Six N. Fowler relieves Cdr. placement would be given to individuals -
lost driving and Wycliffe D. Toole, Jr., as Com- receiving the Certi-
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR parking privileges -
NEWS must forwarded to the Service Information Office, aboard station for vari- mandng Officer. ficate. The law prohibits these
ous periods; None were assignedto All interested personnel and benefits at the present time.
Box 2
NAS Jacksonville
by 12:00: noon on Monday before complete an eight hour their ladies are invited. No veterans benefits or other
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources course in remedial driving at Uniform for military guests will advantages of a good conduct
Telephone EV 9.7711, Ext. 8162. NATTC; Two were assigned to be Service Dress White. discharge would be affected.

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries complete a six hour course in ...
concerning such should be directed to remedial driving at Jax Police .'

The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway, Academy; Twenty- Two received
%. Jacksonville, Florida. 32207, Telephone 359.4040 suspensions Six were given

u+Y warnings Six dismissed; Six BUY 'SAYINGS BONDS
VOL. 24 NO. ?10 June 2, 1966 fined ( U. S. Comm is loner):
and Ten referred to commanding

officers. for possible disciplinaryaction. !


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I Know- Your EnemyThe Viet Cong J


Roughly 40 years ago, the they preferred. Nearly a million an armed force ot more than
Communists under Ho Chi Minh, from the North were ableto 2,000 regulars supplementedby jl
now president of the Democratic move south to freedom during militia. In 1959 it was
Republic of Vietnam the North the brief period allowed. Some decided that the.political struggle \
began planning their campaign to 90,000 people, mostly men must be aided by a major
takeover Southeast Asia. Their and boys of the Viet Minh army, armed effort. Open warfare began .
first step in Vietnam was to or future recruits went north. in 1960 with the overrun
seek to seize the leadership in Tens of thousands of Com- ning of an RVNAF regimental
the opposition to French rule. munists and sizable stocksof headquarters at Trang Sup on
Vietnam was a pan of French arms and ammuniton were left 20 January.
Indochina at the time. When the in the South to assure an HanoI Creates A Screen
Japanese moved in after the fall ultimate Communist takeover.
of France in 1940, dominating The 17th parallel was not The Lao Dong (Communist) "GOOD LUCK'" WISHES are extended by Cdr. H. F. Bryant,
French and occupying all of In- intended to be a permanent "po- Party of Vietnam held its Third (left) Commanding Officer of VAP-62, to (left to right) Lt.CJr.
dochina Communists and nationalists litical or territorial bound- Congress in Hanoi In September W. D. Baldwin, Lt. Cdr. R. D. Fennell//, and PHI J. E. Brown
alike believed that the ary". The delegates at Geneva 1960. Attended by Party rep- prior to their departure for Rota Spain. !
time for Vietnamese independence agreed on a "free general resentatives from all over
was near.Under Communist election by secret ballot" to be Vienam the Congress actedto Detachment Of VAP-62
leadership and later Communist held throughout Vietnam at the establish the appearanceof
control coalition independence end of two years. This would a local rebellion In the South Depart For Rota Spain
force was formed. This was the allow the people to decide for while at the same time simplifying :

Viet Minh (League for the Independence themselves their political future and formalizing controlof A detachment of three RA3B U. S. Navy oceangraphic and port
of Vietnam), which and it would reunify the it.To Douglas twin jet 1 chans.
launched an eight year struggle country. The Communists In the give the whole Viet Cong rior" aircraft from VAP-62,
against the French soon after more populous North with their operation the necessary appear- departed NAS for a Four flight crews led by Lcdr.
they returned in 1945. police state control, were con- ance of being a true snuggle deployment in Rota Spain summer, last Baldwin, Lcdr. Richard D.
Like the later Viet Cong, fident of winning the election. for liberation by an oppressed Thursday. Friichtenicht, Lt. William E.
the Viet Minh grew from a modest The election was not held be- people to impart the illusion of Green, and Lt. Noel N. Peder-
Under the command of
start'' .. but they became larger cause the South doubted the legitimacy to actions taken and Wallace D. Baldwin the son ferried the detachment's air-
and much more formidable than possibility of an honest vote in about to be taken, din to represent detachment Lcdr. will spend the sum-. craft to Rota while the remain-
the Viet Cong are today. By' the Nonh and because the the movement in public mer conducting aerial cartographic ing ground support personnelwere
mid-1954 the Viet ,Minh had election would not have been activities the Communists decided missions. to update airlifted.
and held under set "National -------
nearly 160,000 regulars proper international to up a
perhaps an equal number of supervision. Liberation Front.* 1
militia. The French, stunnedby In December 1960, a groupof
defeats in conventional bat- Hanoi Adopts Stronger individuals claiming to represent 1t1 A..I
tles such as that at Dien Bien Measures virtually all walks of
Phu and unable to solve the After 1956 the Communists life. and all major ethnic and
USED CARS'I'
problems of the new kind of began to prepare fora, stronger religious groups of'South Viet-
war waged by-the Viet Minh effort in the "South. This nam met in the forest northwest ,1I f
were ready to negotiate. At meant reorganizing and expanding of Saigon There they announcedthe
an international conference in their personnel there formation of the National
Geneva in the summer of 1954 both military and political for Front for the Liberation of South I
presided over representatives the struggle to achieve a "Po- Vietnam, a shadow government DUVAL MOTORS
of Great Britain and the Soviet litical solution." Such a sol- which faithfully issued the manifestoes I I
Union war -torn Vietnam was ution, which the Communists s already decreed by the I a
divided at the 17th parallel.The would still welcome means; Communst Party Congress In
northern half controlled by replacing the strongly anti- September.
Communists became the so- Communist Government witha Another act of Communist 1
called Democratic Republic of controlled neutralist coalition. deception was the creation of 1f f-- SAN JUAN LOT
Vietnam, 'the free 'Southern Occasional assassinations and the People's. .RevolutlonaryPar- !' =:: OFF "
half became the independent other acts of terrorism seemed ty (PRP) in the South. The .= ROOSEVELT
Republic of Vietnam. necessary and proper but Initially object of this was to screen
Under the terms of the armis- the main emphasis had the extent of Communist domination I

tice agreement. Communists and been on a campaign of sub- of the Front and makeit .. 1964 CHEVROLET CONVERTIBLE. .. .$1788 ...
anti-Communists were given an version and propadanda to appear that the Front is V-8, auto/trans., R&H black.
opportunity to move to which- undermine the legal Govern- composed of several organiza ;. : I
ever half of the divided country ment. It is difficult to say tions. The original members of 1964 CHEVELLE MALIBU 2 DR. . .17586 '' ,
how much their decision to the PRP were all Communists : hardtop, 6 cy// standard shift. or' :
act more vigorously and openlywas but qualifications for admis- i,=
influenced oy cne impuucu< sion were made less strict ;= 7964 MONZA . . . 57785
i11i Communists In the South and how than for the PRP's counterpartin = 4 speed R&H, maroon. '
much by their comrades in the the North the Lao Dong I "
11 : 77t.2255 North who were alarmed and Party. ; 1964 COMET CALIEHTE 4 DR. '. . .17688 f.

embarrassed by the obvious con :.-- V-8, auto/trans., R&H.PS. air cond. ,. ;,;,' ...

SHOWINGJUNE39 the trast South between and their the prosperity own(:impov-of BUY : 1964 FORD WAGON. .. . '. ..57888V- "; .
4 dr., Country Squire V-8 auto/trans.PS& '-'
erished di ta orship. PB,. ,
I air cc/io1./ ':
Viet Cong terrorism was intensified I
In 1958, and by the end BONDS : 7962 CADILLAC 4DR. . . .52088. I
WIII r t EwrBe of that year the Viet Cong had loaded including air cond. ,,.:" ,


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1959 ENGLISH FORD 2DR. : . .$388
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D ", 4. No Interest Charge and Free Insurance auto/trans., heater, new tag. .

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(Editors note: this Is the OHIO Required; expires Oklahoma license must be pur-
I sixth In a series of articleson every three years on licensee's chased immediately If residenceis
state licensing laws presented birthday. Fee, 75#; duplicate, established. Oklahoma ser-
for the convenience:: of 50tf. Written exam, driving vicemen on active duty may
I our readers.) test and eye test required for use home state driver's license. .
I NORTH DAKOTA Required; original license and renewal Vehicle may be registered in
expires on the last day of the application made more than six home state or Oklahoma.
birth month in a subsequent\> months after expiration of rb
I
year after issuance in an odd or previous license. Nonresident's OREGON Required; expires b
even numbered year corresponding license honored on reciprocal every two years on licensee's
to the licensee's year basis. Also reciprocal of birthday. Fee, $3; duplicate, N u
of birth' Fee $3, $1.50 for nonresident who obtains em- 25 Written exam, driving test
applicant under 18duplicate$1.; ployment in state and enters and eye test required for orlgf- ..rMATCHING
R Written exam and driving test children in local school. Non- nal license. No special licensing
is required for all. new resident serviceman may use arrangements for resident ser-
drivers, new residents and any- home state driver's licenseif vicemen. Nonresident service- '
one whose license had been home state vehicle registration man may use home state WITS/ WITH/ AE Sc/ioo/'se/ecfron/ccomputerprovecf/ /
expired for one year. Exam is retained. driver's license or license issued fo be an enjoyable assignment hr Samuel Wo/fson/ High School
and driving test not requiredon by Armed Forces in a students, who were speclal/ /.tour guests of NATTC on May 24.
renewal, except under certain OKLAHOMERequired; expires foreign country. The latter valid
conditions. Nonresident's license during the month of birth, for a period of 45 days after NATTC
honored, visitor's per- second year after date of is- licensee returns to the U. S. :
mit not required. Nonresidents suance. Fee, $4, duplicate, Spouse of Armed Forces per-
properly and cur $1. Written exam, driving test sonnel on active duty in Ore- Behind The SceneBy
rently licensed home state rot and eye test required for ori- gon may drive on valid driver's
required to obtain operator's ginal license. Home state license license issued by any state.
license in North Dakota. honored for nonresident. Idell Fondingsland, 'SN

PENNSYLVANIA Required; And Ned Fellers, SA
Effective February 1, 1965,
Pennsylvania converted to a
date Twelve high school students, bent onamplifing their electrical -
staggered expiration
sys-
knowledge, were special guests NATTC's AE School
tem, based on month and year
of birth; licenses valid to last Tuesday, May 24.
day of month of birth of opera- The observers all from Samuel Wolfson Senior High School,
tor In 1966. Fee, original per- were classmates in an electronics class taught by Mr. George
mit, $4; biennial renewals, Cole. Basically, their specially arranged tour was designed to
l $4; duplicate 50 Oral exam, coordinate their high school classroom education with what the
driving test and eye test and Navy could show them from working or laboratory standpoint.
______
Before the tour the visitors
physical examination requiredfor -
original license. Nonresi listened to a short orientationtalk in the areas of vacuum tubes,
dent's license honored on reciprocal concerning the Navy ingen- circuit theory and solid state
basis. Operator's license eral and AE training facilitiesin electronics.
must be purchased within particular given by Lcd r. Designed not to become overly -
30 days if residence is established. M. C. Premo, Training Officer technical, the tour had its
Nonresident servicemen of AE (B). light hearted moments too.
(See DRIVERS Pg. 6)) Early portions of the morn- Some of these came when the
ing were spent In the School's students were Invited to match
,t. "A" Phase, where the guests talents with Univac 422, the
"'t.1 J HONDAMOTORCYCLES listened to the super heteroydne School's personable computer
receiver. Operation of this Attempting to outwit the mach-
., \\1"! Instrument and others like it were ine at various mathbased games
"
explained by D. D. Schlegal, proved to be a next to im-
This is AE1. possible task the Wolfson
hand. ALL MODELS
a helping They learned perhaps to students undoubtedly left with

NOTHING DOWN appreciate, the' accelerated method tide feeding it's much easier
You get one free of NaVy training., 'A"comparison to fool''the teacher than the computer -

W. Give Merchant Green Stamp was made showing it .

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from C.I.T.In Closed- sMOTORS job AE (A) finishes in The Aviation Ordnanceman
22 weeks. School's Fishing Derby closedat
& CYCLES Following this, the remain- midnight May 31 with C. P.
der of the morning tour was Weidman walking away with the

fact, you may get two helping hands We try mighty 4949 Blanding Blvd. conducted In AEA) School. prize money. Weidman won the
PH 771-8244 Here discussion revolved around contest with a 10 pound, 3
hard to fit the loan to your needs. You may need money ..... the Navy's educational methods ounce bass he caught at Doctor's
to,pay bills..to'solve personal problems..for emer Lake. His entry also leads the

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Capt. Mackroth Addresses 'ii



C Apprentice Graduates at Jax ry!


Captain John R. Mackroth Commanding Officer U. S. Naval Air Station Jacksonville Florida
recently welcomed the current class of apprentice graduates at the Naval Air Station as full fleged
journeymen. Addressing the graduates Captain Mackroth Included with his personal congratulations,
salient points as follows:
"I want to congratulate you consciousness is also an atti- the best response to future tasks
) : who are graduating from apprenticeship tude. To say that our product and problems.The .
today and extend to you must be the be stat least Navy expects this of
the Navy'sWell Done'. The cost should not seem like a you and the success you
: Certificates of Apprenticeship contradiction. Every time-con- have already achieved signi-
you' will receive have meant suming action we take every item fied by your certificate award
historically and mean today our of chargeable material we today will help you to ever
j stamp of approval on both your expend should be examined higher levels of future success.
J_ progress in training and your from the standpoint of the question Again congratulations and 'Well
Y aP status as journeymen."As .'Does this makes my product Done'."
you may know thereis better?' Eliminate unnec- Graduating apprentices include -
a nation wide shortage of essary COsid."Another; :, Garland D. Presson,
workers in the technical occu- attitude may be
Pipefitter; Joe A. Robinsonand
RETIREMENT. .Upon her recent retirement from civil/ /' service pations at the present time.When exemplified by the question John E. Doering. Machinist;
Miss Hellen// this graduatng class wacemployed' 'Is there a better way of doingit Dennis C. Gervals, Aircraft
Hotter
seated
( ) of Central Office/ was /honored by four '
we
years ago ? This attitude helps\ us to Metalsmith
; James Hendrix,
her fellow workers. Present for the occasion were (/left to did not have such a general be creative to innovate tomake Edward B. Montaigne, MartinP.
right): Margie Roberts, Grace Caldwell/ /, Marian/ McGreevy, Es. shortage. Today we would findit improvements sooner than they Puhl and Robert J. Wood-
tell Trible (Supervisor), 'Sarah Ferguson, and Velma Vinson. extremely difficult perhaps would otherwise be made. ard Aircraft Engine Mechanic.
impossible to get from the Cooperation starts with at-
Central labor market the accumulated titude. Remember that we get Johnny R. Anderson George
Office Employee skills represented in this graduating cooperation when we give cooperation Berbin Richard L. M.tl1ett.and
class. . help develop Donald D. Malott, Electronics
"Apprentices are trained as others as you' have been helpedto Mechanic; David H. Aldridge;
Retires For Second TimeMost part of the Navy's Employee' develop yourself."I William .H. }'Birk, TheodoreJ.
Development Program, which offers hope you have developedand Lucy; Ryssell Save Jr.,
wide opportunity for train- will continue to develop attitudes Gene L. Tompkins, Donald
people are content to retire mail file and record clerk work
ing to employees generally. of tolerance and pati-
O. Weatherford and James D.
but Helen Notterof in this
not ing until her
once capacity
Specifically let's try to trace ence with others. We have no Wright Aircraft Instrument Mechanic -
the NAS Jax Central Office.
retirement.
: what may have developed and may right to speak or act in sucha (Electronics).
Last she retired the end
year at To her tellow office workers of
still be i in process way as to display Intoleranceor
of April but was back on the job Miss Notter was well known for developing tor those ot you in Impatience. Suppress any Charles W. Criswell Elec-
the next day after accepting a her "green thumb". One of her this .graduating group of ap- such display,and you will deve- trician; Carl A. Johnson
temporary appointment for one favorite past times is rais- Sr. Aircraft
prentices. lop the right attitude in these Engine Mechanic
year.Miss ing flowers and visitors to the "Along with skill and knowledge matters in yourself and in and Wayne E. Pullen, Aircraft
Notter recently retired Central Office could always be you have been developing others. Don't neglect to examine Engine Mechanic (Electronics).
again ending a career in civil sure of seeing some of her attitudes. Let me mention a few yourself.' Develop an attitude
service that began in 1944 when homegrown blossoms. attitudes I'm sure you have that permits an open minded
she started as a clerk typistin Besides her interest in flowers developed and will agree you self analysis. Ask yourself
Officers' Records. She came she is an active memberof might well continue to develop. 'Where do I need to improve?'
to Central Office in 1947 as a the First Qirisitan Church. There is the 'Can Do' attitude. "The opportunity for self -

It's the attitude that helps us, development is always within Buy
when we are assigned a difficult our grasp. We have a respon-
YSPE IAL
or disagreeable task to sibility for action toward self-
find ways we can do it insteadof betterment to ourselves and to,
IDoz. Select reasons we'can't M our employer.' I. 'am confidentthat
","There's. the, attitude called you will not stand still in this
FRIED OYSTERS 'Pride in Workmanship'. Itkeepsus matter that you Will continue' to Bonds
trying for the bull's eye develop higher skill, to become
of perfection while still gettingthe more knowledgeable and \
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Women-!? '
Thin 'week the "If Ya Ask like the hot summer months to Thomas C. Kelly AAj: : ,;,
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Us" reporter asked several much either." Weapons ;: : 'H.' y
people at NAS Cecil Field what weather By Merge Beoocfiomp
thought of the weather in Kenneth D. Kennedy, ATLAS; at all.
they
VF 11 "The weatherIs helld.OI1
Florida, and what season they hot any Caldwell, Senior Member of the Advisory Council
fine other \ H. H.
for men,
liked best.Kenneth. honored board of the Jacksonville Officers' Wives Cltbby
than outgoing
being a the
VFP- never
R. Tagle, AA Gifts
; this morning at her quarters. were presented -
little wet right raining, giving a coffee
residentso
62 "I am a Florida Mrs. Caldwell presented a silver
The| board members.
now this
call to
they )
I like the G. K. Clark President, in appreciation for all
weather here spring of the the sun shine KELLY ice bucket to Mrs.
much year isthebestseason state. Florida her work.
pretty of the visit but
Is a nice place to
even though it *********
is pretty wet because year for me its KENNEDYcool I wouldn't want to time live of here.the Apparently most of our ladies have been pretty, busy with their
I think the best
I
right now conventioning, vacationing or just plain relaxing
and is much more enJoy- would be the winter and special projects,
like the sum- year .... rather scarce. Therefore, let's take this time
been
seasonthe able than the hot summer. early spring because it is jj| news! has. :
best mer since TAGLE Mike E. Towey, ADji; 1 cooler and more enjoyable cli- to talk about dinner parties. or using your' talents by blending -
lot to do like don't like it to well. It mate." A dinner party is always agood your' own concoction,a choiceof
I there Is a more ... with
seems like It renew acquaintances three drinks could be
to two or
; way
;
such ski- 'I
water
water sports as 1 : rains all the Arthur W. Saxon, FA; whom youhaven't seen
old friends offered with relatively little ef-
I skin-diving, and of course .
ing, ; "I think Florida
Barracks -
and Is and good wayto
I .; tme so for some time a fort. Of course, a pitcher of
swimming. hot and: sticky. weather stinks, bring your old and new friends Ice-cold water on the table will
Herman E. Clark, ADC; For the best it rains all the .
together.A also be In good taste.
NA tTG "For an all -aroundU of the time and the
Is fairly
a
part
dinner has
Q party The guest, too, an
weather it is L. .. year think the 5 ;. bugs andmosquitos simple thing to have, but there Important part toplay keeping
nicebut
pretty fall gets my get few thoughts to keep in and
this "MonsoonSeason" TOWEY bad. As are a an evening pleasant easier
i \ote. It startsto pretty mind in order that the guests for the hostess. If a dish
; gets cool off bit and doesn't for the best thoroughly "
a and hostess alike might not to your liking has been
be of the
to pretty rain much." SAXON pan .
as the evening.A
the
enjoy prepared,
expedally guest
damp at times. year, I would BUT
As for the best A careful driver approacheda : n't really know because 1 good hostess never with- should take at least a small por-
NEVER experiments a tion of It and eat It without
of the He
season railway crossing. stoppedhis haven't been here that long, main dish for the party.
CLARK new grimacing.If .
year, I guess car, looked carefully and but it sure Is not the summer." should, If possible, offera
the She she Is asked point blank
it would be the mild winter listened. All he heard was
choice such as barbecue chick- what she thinks of it, should
for me. I am not to fond of car crashing Into his back fender.
the cold weather and I don'r Dublin (Ireland) Opinion. for example. You might even give give a non committal ans-
of cold cuts, including -
offer a dish wer like, "I've never had it
Support cheeses, as a substitute.If this way before," as suggestedby
salad Is your main dish,a wal- Joan Crawford If there are
PARTS dorf salad or tossed salad could any other dishes you'd' prefer not
IMPORTED Navy be served with a choice of dres- to eat simply decline with a I

sings. "No thank you," very sweetlyand
S Beverages should present littleor without apology. A good host-

: '' no problem, especially In our ess will not Insist that you try
:5 { Relief Sunny South where almost every- it, will ask no questions and

I .':'i'l (6' W < thing Is Informal. With the many will graciously accept your answer -
varieties of soft drinks, includ- without comment..
ing the "low-calorie" drinks
,
t.'' rs available at the "corner store," Awkward situations' do pre-
s b.:: COMPLETE STOCK Of IMPORTlD f sent themselves from timeto-

PARTS:; ACCESSORIES SUPPLIES time, but the' use of good, com-
mon sense and o courtesyby
.
Inlet
-:. FOR ALL., MAKES AND MODELS xv Marina everyone will overcome these
.'1''lf ':': OF CARS & TRUCKS .'** and :avoid em-
5' 5" "J. AND IOATY'IDI sltuatons any
t' '1 : "'% '': '
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(1. {' MERCURY D MERCRUISER So have that 'party and. have
> funll!!!.
388-93311' FACTORY TRAINED MECHANICS DRIVERS' REGULATIONSContinued

505 McDUFF,A Yf. S. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.: Jll05: Boats: Scles-Service-Storage From Page 4

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which vehicle Is registered.
Vehicle Code that any
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who holds a Pennsylvania op-
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L the year in which the service

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renewal, so long as he remains -
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LIABILITY INSURANCEMONTHLY :
POLICIES MONTHLY PAYMENTS "Say, you know,Iheard someone
say the other day that not
NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES, many people know I where we're
AGE 21-24..Married' $10.40 mo. located," said one horse to
another while waiting for a
AGE 21-24 Single$12.80 mo. rider at,the NAS Stables.
You've gotta be joking, rrl
Robert Travis & Associates, IRC. friend"Why,"everyone replied on the thIs second.place

NAS. 1st Office N.,of Gate-6483 Roosevelt alll4t. 388.3583USNS must know the stables are
-MaypoU,Jax Beach .> 1127 N. Third St.AlA)246-6421( ) just behind the Station Hospital -
mmm mmmmmmmmmmmmmmHrnm mMi t Judging from the numberof
riders I carry each day!"
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Morns, USMCR, of Jackson-
vlllet receives eagles, the Insignia -
of his new rank, from VIP's from throughout the state of Florida, South Georgia,
Gen. and North Carolina boarded a NARTU Jax C 118 bound for
Marine Corps Commandant
NAS Pensacola and a three day Civilian Orientation Cruise on
of r Wallace M. Greene, Jr., and Tuesday.

Sen. George A. Smothers, In These prominent individuals had been hand picked by NARTU
promotion ceremonies at Marine Jax, not only as representatives from their various communitiesbut
Corps Headquarters last Jn a larger sense, a cross section of the civilian populance
week. Looking on are Rep. in these United States.
y. Charles E. Bennett and Col. These men are educators,
1 &' { Frank Porter, former MARTDCO businessmen, news representatives and a ship handling drill with
here. Col. Morris, who Is politicians, advertising the young future seamen playing
executives and clergymen. active rolls in the proceedings.
Vice President of Gulf Life Insurance
Co. of Jacksonville, The Navy annually Invites pro- During the cruise the Sea Cadets
minent citizens to take part in were assigned watches with the
of World War II
'" Is a veteran naval stations crew.
cruises
aboard
.a serving on Guadalcanal/ and 0- and ships to give a better un- The ship got underway at 8:30
kinawa. He was recalled to active derstanding of what the NavyIs a.m. Saturday and returned at
duty In 1951, serving In accomplishing and just why it noon on Sunday
Korea. He currently commands is needed.

Marine Reserve Volunteer This cruise was designed to '
CHURCH' OF CHRIST'
Training; Unit 6-8 in Jacksonville give to them a comprehensive I
picture of the Naval Air Train- 5223 Wcsconett Blvd.
ing Command. The highlight of Near NAS
the cruise was a day : at sea Just Off Timuquana Rd.,
tom edge when folded. The use,
F of Is authorizedfor aboard the aircraft carrier, USS
tape no longer SUNDAYS
MARINES the marking of stretch type Lexington, in the Gulf of Mexico. : :
,I socks. There they observed Naval 10:00: A. M. Bible Study
"
GySgt. Joel FergusonF.YT. Further information may be Aviation students making their 11:00 A. M. Worship
obtained in Marine Corps Bulletin first landings aboard a carrier. 6:00 P. M. Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS
400 The military escorts for
1020 dated April 15.REFUND :
-- this three day cruise were
UNIFORM REGULATIONS the standard length of the tag. Carl D. Simonsen '
Capt. 7:30 P. M. Mid-Week Service
..: If you purchased a new or
Nametags, when prescribed,
prospective CO of NARTU Jax Church Phone SP 1-5075
r',. Changes have been made to will be worn on the service uniform used automobile and registeredit
and Lt. Cdr. George E. Custer, Minister Phone SP 1-2646
California
in the State of duringthe
the uniform regulation effecting only and will be centered
NARTU Public Affairs Officer.
',' the wearing of nametags, the 1/8 inches above the rightbreast years of 1964, 1965 or 1966,
wearing of insignia of gradeon pocket of the coat or shin on and if your home of record was ....**..
the utility cover, and the male uniforms and the same not California, you may be en- WESCONNETTFURNITURE
... marking of stretch socks for enlisted approximate position on Women's titled to a refund of the tax
((2% of the market value) which Twenty three Navy LeagueSea '
f'; Marines, according to a Marines' uniforms. The tag will Cadets hosted NARTU 60.
this week from was recently declared illegalby by
: bulletin received not be worn on leave, liberty,
Jax weighed anchor with the
the U. S. Supreme Court.
;h; Headquarters Marine Corps. or other off base events.
r The Marine Corp nametag, When no means of grade design- See the Legal Officer for details USS English for a two day 5326 ffescoaaett Blvd..at 103rd
1, when pescribed, will be of a ation is worn or when it is con- and instructions concern- cruise at sea.
flexible thermoplastic translu- sidered warranted by com- ing application for refund. The young lads, ranging in age NEW ADDING MACHINESNEW
from 14 17 took .
to part in the
cent base material with a black manders operating in the field, PROTECTION PLAN destroyer's maneuvers over the DESKS
!' '_velvet mar resistant nonglare the small of Is
insignia grade
weekend, May 21 and 22. New & Used TV SETS
finished surface with a white authorized for wear on the What is the retired service-
core. utility cover. man's family protection plan? The English, commanded by New & Used FURNITURE
The tag will be 5/8 inches The small insignia of grade WHAT IT IS; An elective plan Cdr. Frederick W. Ulbricht FREIGHT SALVAGE '
wide by 3 Inches long with shall be worn on the front of whereby you may provide an an- and stationed at Mayport, is a
;'v clutch type fastener, with white the crown, centered and directly nuity for your eligible survivors( ) reserve training ship and was BARGAINS GALORE!
A, blocked type lettering 3/8 below the stenciled Marine Corps in the event of your death AFTER participating in a weekend COME IN AND BROWSE
:.: ',' inches high by approximately insignia, branch of service. transferring to the Fleet Reserve training mission.
3/16 inches indicating the Stretch socks for enlisted or Retired List. While at sea' the Sea Cadets ,
".. Y I were toured throughout the Marine's last name only. Marines Marines will now be markedin WHAT IT DOES Insures up -
PHONE: 7710750
.:, with a long name may use the center of the right'side to 1/2 of your REDUCED re- and then assigned to groups to ,
small lettering to fit within of the sole, parallel to the bot- tainer/retired pay. May also take part In the ship's routine.
insure 1/4 or 1/8 but The English held an "aban Elsy Credit.r.s

maximum is 1/2. REDUCED don__ship", "man. overboard"
retainer/retired pay is the
BIG CHIEF amount remaining after the cost
is deducted. WESCONNETTFLORIST
; TIRE CO. Ofllf. WHO ELIGIBLE TOAPPLY:
Every career member of the
Naval Service: officer or en- x *
listed, regular or reserve.
WHEN TO APPLY: Anytime
' ALLSIZES $ prior to reaching 18 yearsof Wfc wire Flowers

795 service (computed for pay Located baltway between Cecil_ '& NAS at
Plis Tu purposes). Application may be F
J03rd St, &
made AFTER 18 years of ser- Wesconnett Blvd.

vice if desired, however, plan II\\ 5329 WESCONNEIT BLVD.
$2.50
EXTRA FOR WSW OR TUBELESS will not become effective unlessone

NO DOWN PAYMENT .NO PAYMENTS FOR 6 WEEKSWE remains continuous active FREE DELIVERY PHONE. 771-3770
duty for 3 FULL YEARS following -
FINANCE ANYONE IN USN OR USMC date of application.

FREE Balance & Alignment-Yfith-Purchasc of 4 Tires SUPPORT :
According to the QUANTICO
SPEED EQUIPMENT SENTRY newspaper of Marine

Corps Schools, Quantico, Va.,
Complete. e of Meg Wheels TachometersRadio. there is a billboard on Route#1, 4ii.e
Just north of Quantico, which
Slicks Chrome Pipes Floor Shifts proclaims in bold, black wordson *
a white background .a certain
BIG 'CHIEF TIRE CO. degree of support by a segisint

of the D. C. area business com- 1961 BUICK STATION WAGON. ,. ,. .$1095
5444 Normandy 620? Roosevelt 2809 Mayport f Rd. munity. The billboard reads: all power including air cond., clean.

Acroct from % mil.'trom U: mil. from To Our Boys in Vietnam 1965 VOLKSWAGEN STATION WAGON. .$1795
Atlantic Mills Main Oat. Wain Oat. GIVE THEM HELL R&II, low mileage.

We're With You 100% 1963 VOLKSWAGEN DOUBLE CABIN.. $1350
pick-up, R&II, extra nice.
1965 VOLKSWAGEN R&II air,8,000 mil .$1795

1963 VOLKSWAGEN} R&II,. .. .$1150
: j : 1964 Gil I.AS, -R&II. . ". . . $1695
1965 GIIIA, R&II. Like New. . . .$1850
AH 1965 VOLKSWAGEN SEDANS. .' .$1495.
R&II, low mileage.

1964 VOLKSWAGEN SEDANS. . ...$1295
R&II.

1962 VOLKSWAGEN SEDANS 'R&II. . $995,
1961 VOLKSWAGEN SEDAN.. R&II . .$795

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1.2,1966MOVIES
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Club Schedules

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Movies at the NAS Jax Theatre y"- 'LUtj Appearing this ment.- -- -_ ;r,;:;4ccY5.w; ',y'v,
will be shown regularly at 6 and Friday at the Officer's club will
ACEY
DUCEY CLUB
The
be Sam Ross. -x r.::
Saturday's dance
8:15 p.m. Monday through music weed end dance music will -
will be .
Saturday. In addition to the Jelink and on Sunday by the Johnny Moon be provided by March Wilson on (\;vr...............7."..... ...."...hti'...';-SS,;...:..\:-......ktii'4n 5 : .ShV.l.h.:-O.O....'I/.". '.'>'.", :.___ ..... two evening shows there will Saturday and the Kings Knightswill
Liters
be a matinee at 2 p.m. on will provide the enter- play the dance tunes Sundau.

Saturday Sundays and holidays.The dish tainment.night Tuesday Is Foriegn Game night Is every Sunday and Ads should be moiled to the Holt Publishing Company
Hospital Theatre will have featuring gourment Tiw rtav. 3649 Philips Hwy., Jacksonville, Florida, 32207 to arrive
one weekly feature at 7 p.m. treats from many lands. Wed- BLUEJACKETS INN Thurs- not 'later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
Cecil Field will have two shows nesday is Fried Chicken Night the Holidays and on Friday day. Ads arriving too l late for this deadline will be publishedthe
during the week at 5:30 and 8p.m. for the whole family, and Thurs- March Wilson's "Red Coats" following week unless the publisher is instructed other-
Matinees will be shownon day Is beef eaters night. will be playing. Saturday will wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
CPO be received WITH the for the ad.,,
CLUB The copy
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. Johnny feature just dance music and
Arnold 01'4" will be the enter- on Sunday Phil Cay Combo
tainment Friday, and on Satur- will The Loose DO NOT SEND CASH
appear. popular
Thursday, June 2 day the music will be by Mark Ends will be Tuesday's enter- RATE: Minimum charge ((3 ln! .s). . . ... $2.00
Castle. Sunday the Bud Clark tainment. Wednesday Is Bingo Per additional line( ((4 words per tin.}. .. .'0.50
NAS Topkapi Melina, Mer-
Trio will for
Ustinov play your enjov- Night at the Inn.
couri, Peter
Hospital McHales Navy -
Ernest Borgnine Joe FlynnC. APTS. RENTALS: $50 DOWN TEMPORARY HELP: NAVY
Field Rage Of The Buc- HOMES. ORANGE PARK REAL-, dependents, Stenos, typists, keypunch -
caneers Ricardo Montalban, 1k( ( TY, 264-2411 operators, bookkeepers,

Vincent Price (! floral you designers are available., temp. TEMP-assign.As .

Friday, June 3 SINGERS FOR $15 ORARY TALENT, 1130 ACL

NAS Where the Spies Are SEWING MACHINES ,LEFT IN Bldg. 3560753BUSINESS

David Niven, Francoise Dor- :80)! ( TO Q (;otor storage, good condition, fully e-
lectric, does everything completewith
leac In OPPORTUNITY: Have .'"
attachments. Yours for
Hospital Flipper-Chuck Conner prime restaurant location in
NOTICE! storage charge; Only $15 each.
Luke
s, Halpine Orange Park. Will supply part
Call wharehouse 353-1946 will
,
C. Field Made In Paris- cost: for new operation. 264 -
Effective June 1 deliver, no obligations. A-I
Ann Margaret, Louis Jordan 9822. .
Sewing Machine Company
Saturday, June 4 WE WILL IE CLOSED ON MONDAYS -

NAS::>> Mister Moses Robert 0'1. TNes.-SUN.11.9 Fri. A Sit. 11-10 REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION FOR SALE: In Rolling Hills,4BR.
Mitchum Caroll Baker advice. 7 1 days a week. brick home, 10650 Sq. ft. 2B,
Hospital Topakapi Melina 5100 BLANDING BOULEVARDI03rd Homes for sale, $100 Down. DR, den /fireplace, cent
Mercouri, Peter Ustinov -- Equities, No Qualifying. Rent- heat/air, Par kay firs., Ig.patto,
C. Field Cave Of The Living ( & Blandinq Center) als. Homesite Lots, Acreage, Huge Oak tree, 10 min. Cecil,

Dead -Adnannovan,Erika l 771-7970
berg Reg. Broker USN Retired Dr. 781 0236
384-1376
Sunday, June 5 SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein
NAS Mondo Pazzo ORANGE PARK NEW HOMES Jacksonville and Mayport
Hospital Where, The Spies All brick, 3 & 4 BDRMS, 2 areas. Military Background
Are David Niven, Francoise MONEY IN 1 DAY Bath, built in range/O, cen- would be helpful. A very rewarding -
DoleacC. tral heat A/C, optional career possible for the
Field Spy Who Came In $13950 $17000. Dwn. payment Right Man. Write to the Regional -
From The Cold-Richard Burton, $25 to 600 $450 $700. PAUL C. ARM- Director, P.O. Box 13177.
Claire Bloom STRONG REALTOR, 264 Orlando, Fla. 32809

ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE 2195.
Monday June 6
GTO 2
FOR SALE: 1965
Cash for Just phone and,tell how
us
any purpose.
NAS Nobody Waves Good EXTRA LARGE 3 BR, 2 B, LR, dr HT, 4 speed, Mag Wheels,
much you want. Pick up the cash at your convene DR, Den, fireplace, dishwasher full instruments. .$500 & takeover
by Peter .Ca tner;Julie Biggs ience.. service. .
Same-day :.
771-3211.
HospitalMister'Moses-Roben central air, garage. Sale or payments. ext'
Mitchum, Caroll BakerC. 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN lease 771-3016 555 !<:.
Field Mcllales t.
Nayy You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt. PARK 4
Ernest Borgnine Joe Flynn $200 BUYS $1100 EQUITY 3941 1/2 BOONE :
3 BR, 2 B, LR, DR, auto eat Room 'upper, child welcome
Tuesday; June 7 84.33 5.00 355.79 21.00 in kitchen, fenced yard, scr.pen, $60. Clean EV73356. ,

NAS -, Moment To Moment 151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 A/C, cent heat. 2021 Bo-Peep ,
Jean Seaberg, Honor Blackman 219.21 13.00 SOO.51 29.00 Dr. W. (Hyde Park). 389-5005 FOR SALE: Almost, new divan
Hospital Mondo Pazzo 286.73 77.00 600.00 34.39 and 2 chairs Maple. Cost
C. Field Flipper Chuck 1955 VW. BLUE, REBUILT $150.00. Sell for $90.00.389- ,
Connors, Luke Halpine ENGINE. Empi exhaust. New 7711, ext. 8230.
Above Payments Include Interest. tires. Radio, excellent condo

Wednesday, June 8 $395.00 389-7711 ext. 8601 FOR RENT: Nice Summer cot-
NAS tage with large yd. on lake
Shenandoah James DIAL a
Stewart, Doug McClure ? 1962 VW EXCELL. CONDo$800. Brooklyn in Keystone Heights,
HospitalNobodyWavesGood- 1961 Renault, new motor $350.. lights, water &, phone furn.
Bye Peter,Castner, Julie Biggs 241 1 W.st Forsyth St.. Dial 356-0735 Lt. Taipale home 771-0364 or' Also nice dock, families only.
C. Field Topakapi Melina 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 work ext 752 3890619.

Mercouri, Peter Ustinov
SWAP LAKESIDE LOT FOR 62 FORD GALAXIE, I "500"

Saturday Matinee: Damon and boating outfit or what you want. ,4 dr. A/T, R&H, air,conditioned -
771-0374 white with .red in-
PythiasGuyWilliamsDonBur- - r'S terior. Phone 398-9066. '
nett PLUS: Chapter 12''of Monster KITTENS: 2 Unusually Beautiful -
ndTheApeGEICO male shonhaired tigers} 3,
yummy females Calico. Good EXECUTIVE CAREER
Moves home. EV9-7711 ext. 8480
9 Getting out ot ,service soon?
lax c ; FOR SALE: MOBILE HOME, We need aggressive, friendly,
LocationTo TtUDASi 10'x55f assume payments. Tobe ambitious young mOo We offera
seen at 5505 Tlmuquana Rd. position with a company youngat
West MallOn Lot 17DRIVE heart, but with old line com-

: pany benefits and stability.
May 31, 1966, the JacKsonville MY CAR TO SAN
Do chance
you want a to
Florida office of Gov- ANTONIO, TEXAS, leaving June
prove yourself as an avid,
ernment Employees Insurance 27. 64 Olds A/C Lowell Embs
Company (GEICD), and Its '354-2811 or 389-1419: progressive, young businessman
but DONT want to be a trav-
affiliates, 'moved into new MUFFLERS ?
salesman
and larger quarters' located in J FRINGE BENEFITS 4 BR, 2 B, eling

the West Mall Shopping Center, carpet, drapes', fenced yard,central Openings, locally or nationwide
5812 Normandy Boulevard.The air and oil heat. Low equity, with a natonal organizationif
office will be open from ; ; I: f payments $131.70 Mo. 7845 Jag- you are 21 39, high
9:00 A. M. to 5:30 P.M., - uar''' Bowen Real Estate, Real- school grad and have a car,
Monday through Friday, and o tor, 384-1376 call Mr. Glisson, ''355-7543 for .,'

from 9:00 A. M. to 1:00 P.M. FAST FOR SALE x6 Interview.:
FREE Installation : Utility trailer, 4
on Saturday. The telephone num- :
ber ft. completely enclosed, ph AETNA FINANCE COMPANY
is 7817600.Through 46 West Duval Street. Room201
MIDAS GUARANTEE .:388-4821.
FAMOUS
this office,GEICO and
its affiliates will offer automobile

(domestic and overseas), residential DON'T RUN AROUND IN CIRCLES. Be cReative:

ffre, homeowners, life, GET A MIDAS SQUARE-DEAL!
boat and personal llaomtj
insurance: as well as automobile your'Guaranteed car. If for replacement as long as is ever you nec own Wrtta Yo.r Q WM Wnt Ad 3 Lines' 'OaJy $2.00
mobile home and boat tnfoas
service .
financing. essary, you pay only a charge.ALSO

MIDAS TAIL PIPES'SHOCKS'BitAXIS*
Rescue techniques in drown-

Ing situations canbe rememberedby 4758 SAN JUAN AVE. 384-1356 ....
the phrase, "Row.throw.go.
Brake
It Is best to: Row, If a boat Is Complete Departments at
available; throw a floating object MUFFLER 5824 BEACH BLVD.* 398-1519

or rope; swim to the rescue SHOPS 7 22nd & MAIN ST.* ,355-.058 ,,

only as' a. last resort.. .. ".' t ,., '.t,' '... ,., . '.... '.'." n ._. ,', ,
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Jax Intramural Scoreboard : ;'. I


s 'fKd Afees 3 5 FWF .':. ...4 6,
,
BOWLING Mar.Gd 3, & ',' '. .... ,;: '" .' 2.5 7.5'VP"30
Continental League VP-7 .0 2 A'1 6
Airmen 36 20 FAW 11 O. 7 2 8
35.5 20.5 Comm ", 1 .9
Spoilers
King Pins 31 21 National League O' 10

. Fliers Down Orlando Desk Jockey 33.5 22.5 Comm 7 0 .. '
d Thundern :ads 30 22 VAP 62 7 1 National League
; I Galley 3 32 24 CFJ 6 1
I: For 12th Straight Win Mix Masters 32 24 O&R ,6 3 '679th. .10' 0
Molarolas 27 21 Nanu 4 4 9.5 .5
Plzzans 29.5 26.5 Mand 2 4 VP-30 B 8.5 1.5
Rain cancelled Jax Navy's opening game against Sanford in the VP-30 28.28 A/C Malnt 2 5. 9 1
Florida Georgia Interservice Softball Conference, but the drizzle Toppers 27 29 Weapons 2 5 1I0sp B 6 3
stopped long enough the next night for the Fliers to take a double- BB Stackers 26. 30 VW-4 2 6 7.5. 1.5
header from Orlando AFB. Torch Pots 26 30 Disp 0 8 Nartu B' 6.5 3.5
Behind the one hitter of Big John Littleton, the Fliers added Druthers 25 31 6 4
10 hits for a final score of 5-2. Don Ondo of VP-30 got 3 hits Sky Warr B '23 29 GOLF A/c Malnt 5 4
for the Fliers, one of which was a double, and Tommy Thomas of Griffins 15 29 AmerIcan League 4 4
Air Ops got 2 hits.NATTC Detters 23.5 32.5 Nanu A 4.5 3.5
Don Stewart of 0 & R went Hard Hats 21'n: FAW-ll 7 1 5 3
! Fetes all the way for the Fliers in Moo nl1te rs 20 32 6 2. Flceur. 2.5 5.5
the second game, giving up Topplers 19 23 Pelicans 7.5 2.5 1. 7
Bowlers With only two hits for an 8 1 American League 7 3 Darters J 1.5 6.5
Don Jackson of Com-
victory. VP-5 ." 7 3' 1 7
connected for 2 & 41 11" ..
munications Cloak Dag .9 1
Faetu Gold 1.5 7.5
"'1\ A'wd Banquet hits in that game and George Pro's 41 15' Weapons 5.5 2.5, 2 7
Innes credited with twoRBI's. 40 16
was Sparks
4 4
Air Ops 2 8
y
Those bowlers meriting atten-
Mad Foxes 37 15
6.5 3.5
Hosp RC
2
.... tion took their bows at the The Fliers are now 12-2 Air Ops 35 17 10 '0
NATTC Intramural Bowling for the season, having won their 679th 37 19 VAP-62 4 4 First Set of figures denotes
Wed-
League banquet held last last twelve games. Phantoms 37 24 3 5 handicap; second scratch stand-
. nesday at the Acey Ducey This weekend the Fliers face Supply ,26 26 Faetu Blue 4 5 Ings.
of
club. A wide range trophies -
two non conference teams in -Electrons 27 29 3.5 5.5
were handed out includ- 25 27
doubleheaders scheduled for Fri- PlayBoys
ing, the First Place Team Tro- day and Saturday night' at Mack- Cannon Cockers 22 30
phy awarded to MAD $5. Drake, roth Field. On Friday they Namtd 21 35 MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE
Bainbridge, Ripley, Dunnells,
will meet Jay's Shell and on Sat Pelicans 21 35
Hart, Lish and Bastyr were the urday, the Terminal Truck Marine Bks 19 33
men who led their team to final Line team. Both games will get Trainers 19 33 All Ranks All AgesLOW
49 14 record. Secondplace underway at 7 Eagles 20 36
p.m. RATES
finisher TRAP AC((45-23)) calledon Alley Kats 19 37' .
-
Hedrick, RedmondBoettcher, lax Men Pitch'NoHitter' Flag Staffs 14 34
Williams and Deitch
Chin,
MONTHLY
Aewron A 11 29 EASY ,
throughout the year. Third-
place went to AE (A) # 1, National League
((44 24)). Eight men alternated Rejects 43 13 PAYMENTS
throughout the season for AEA) Cdr. Bruce Brown of VP-30 Flceur CPO's 40 16
I includng, Peek. Richards and Don Stewart of 0 & R Chiefs 38 18
Tkach Stewart, Peterson, MV,. pitched "00 hit" games to Sky Warr A 37 19 McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE
Knight, Hill and Washaliski. shut out their opponents in White Hats 37 19
Individual winners were a- recent Intramural games at NFO 3 23
plenty too. High average of NAS Jax. Neptunes 32 24 AGENCY
180 for men went to Stewart Cdr. Brown had a perfect Cat Fives 28 24
of AEA) '$ 1 with a ,sparkling game for six innings to defeat Hurricanes' ":"U 30 26 6479 lo ie.lt llvl.I 388-767
180. For the women it was the Marine Guard 7-0. Stewart Spartans 27 25 .
Land of 560 2 with a 114 working against NARTU, Mec-a-nlcks 29 27 2990 Mayport Rd. 249-5649 Call Us Anytime
I average. walked the first batter and then Lucky 7 29 27
High set (scratch) went retired the next 21 batters. Riggers 26 30
j to Bainbridgeof MAD.# 5 witha Mixers 24 '30
SPECIAL RATES
658. Doctors 23 33
High game (scratch) winner The Altanta Braves' home office Darters 21 31
was Pettrie of MAD # 4 with has announced that servicemen Devlcers 21 35
,.I a 259. will be accorded special Galley 1 20 32
The high set for a bowler rates at all Braves regular Aew ron B 12 44
;, operating with a handicap was season home games. By pre- Alley Cats 6 42
taken by Chin with a 720. High senting his green identificationcard
R Game handicap was Butler of at the Stadium ticket win- SOFTBALL
AO 31 with a 268. dows just prior to a game American League
Sporting the most improved a serviceman will be entitledto
for men was Fairchild Admin 8 1
average dollar reduction in admission -
a one
I of MAD 2, an improvement of price for upper level VP 5 7 1 9HNBKHALAPARTMENTSJ1
VP 30 6 2
22 pins. Bettering her former seats. Servicemen need not be
record by seven pins Land took In uniform to take advantageof Hosp 5 2
679th 4 3
this same honor for the women these
bowlers. special rates. VP-45 2 4

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YES WE HAD A FIRE.AND HA VE BEEN r WEST JAX'S NEWEST & MOST MODERN

.CLOSED. BURNED OUR BUILDING BUT APARTMENTS. CONVENIENTLY

NOT OUR FOOD WE ARE NOW OPEN& LOCATED HEAR BOTH IASES.

t READY TO SERVE YOU THE Oily Mid. To Cecil & HAS

BEST SEAFOOD & CHICKEN ANYWHERE
71 UNITS Bedroom
f 1 1,2,13 Apts.


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PHONE 384-2386
ST SfAfOOD ; CHlCKtH AHYWHERl'' :
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CONVENIENT DRIVE IN PARKING SPACE :
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a Wall-To-Wall Carpets

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D Central 'Air& Heat

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'" Good Eating's In The Bag At The Shrimp BoatI

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SEAFOOD PLATES CHILDREN'S PLATES
CHUCK WAGON STEAKS
SOUTHERN FRIED CHICKEN(Cooked the exclusive SHRIMP BOAT gay) Resident 7
Mgr. Apt.
t HUSH PUPPIES -FRENCH FRIES
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June
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\ Whistling Ini1 Flying Club

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ZJA! The Rigging To Sponsor


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. By Lt. P.. E. Thibodeau Balloon BustThe (f"

The prospects for Improving ify you for sea dutx
sorry about
docking facilities Jax Navy U Control
i the that, but it will
enable
of the Navy Jacksonville Sailing while you to Flying Club has scheduled a
Club are becoming brighter.Walt hour. We're away located many a pleasant special event for Sunday, June
at the south
19, at the NAS Drill Field.
had a contractor in with- end of
Ranger
Road
NAS Jax.
The will be "Balloon
would believe floating con- event a
you
Membership is
crete docks' ((1)), to take a lookat vice personnel open their to all ser- Bust" with the object of this
what we need and give an Navy dependentsand meet to keep the plane in the air
employed civilians for a given amount of time in
estimate. In addition to this, (Assoc.
members
) in the Jacksonville -
order to bust ballonsas
shallow area between the as many
the docks will be filled and mile area ( I. e. a 50 possible. There will be mer- CHAMPIONS/ WATTC Skipper, Capt. T. B. Ellison and"Avia.
bulkheaded.Also two SALTY radius of Jax.) chandise prizes for the winnersso Lion Det. CO, LtCol./ J. W, Sullivan, presented NATTC champ.
SEZ
being kicked aroundare ter me, that bein': 'twould a of seem the this should prove to be a lot ionship trophies to M. A. D. team #5 and posed with the winners
plans for a new club sea going community part a of fun for the participants. as wellas during the annual bowling banquet held last week at the

house and boat shop., This has feller would take the time ter the this spectators.On same Mr.Joe Acey Ducey Club. Team members are, from left, SSgt. E. H.

been the subject of many dis- larn the basic rules o' the road Mead and his son program,Jim will per- Drake, SSgt. H., A. Bainbridge, GySgt. A. W. Ripley, SSgt. M,
cussions this be as a we recreation would facility like to so's he'd know what he's form some fancy exhibition J. Bastyr, LtCol. Sullivan, Copt. Ellison, GySgt. A. M. Dun.
see be of about when he's out on the flying. The Meads who are nells./ end Sat. J. D. Hart, Jr.
which the station can proud
Briney. Some
days couldn'tpay
ye
members of a local flying club
and which will meet the needsof me ter get out on the river have participated In many flying SlAYESFRED
the local nautical minded .
what with all the loose nuts on contests and won numerous tro-
sailors. the tiller handles[ o' the local phies. The meet will start at DAVIS .
item which has caused
Another stinkpots ( and
some wind-
1 p.m.and will include the serv- r
much heated discussion Is that jammers too). The rules o' ing of refreshments. BUICKPONTIACGMCTRUCKS I
of the purchase of either a the road are all based on com- Under construction at the pre-'
small auxiliary cruiser or 2 mon sense and take only a sent time at the NAS Hobby
good Day Sailors. Basic requirements few minutes larn. Iff'n
to ye'rein
Shop Is a 170 foot grass flying GREEN COVE SPRINGS
being a head, at the "loose nut"
catagoryor circle with a 10x20 foot take off
least 2 bunks, a small galleyand would like to larn ye strip and a portable Aircraft Car-
a good sized cock pitto rules a copy '11 be availableat
rier Deck to permit carrier
seat ar least 6 people.It ye olde NJSC fer yer qualifications for the Model GRAND OPENING!JUNE 4th

seems that there are as many eddyfication. Don't forget, the Pilot as well as the pilots fly-
opinions on this as there are NJSC Chi meeting on Tues- ing full scale aircraft. It MAZIE'S KITCHEN
participants In the discussions.If day,June 6. See you there. is hoped that In the not too eo
you'd like to add to the confusion distant future the Jax Model

drop by the clubhouseany Flying Club will be able to hosta $SPECIAL* -
noon hour. NavySupportLeads regular meet on board the
Coming up very shortly are station.
two big racing events for the club, All Interested modelers are
the Mug Race and the St.John's NATTCSoftball urged to contact the Directorof CHICKEN DINNER 97* .
Regatta. The 40 mile Mug the NAS Hobby Shop at Ext.
Race sponsored by the Rudder 8378, Monday through Friday Complete With/ 3 Pieces Of Chicken, Crisp
Chi has become famous.over from 10 a.m. 6 p.m., for information Cole Slaw French Fries, Hot Rolls & ",
the years as It is the largest RaceMoving concerning the Club Honey
inland river inthecountry. 2nd Dinner J
race and future flying dates. 1/2 y
Anything goes in so far as
Into the final portion of
sails if the wind dies down .
go
FREE
the season the nine teams in Pepsi
you can even row. It's Just
the NATTC Softball League hope
an, out and,.-'\.out. free fqr all
Gill '
.. LMIM
'for an able assist from the weatherman 7279103rd St. Call771-3036
and the devil take the hind -most. able
and It will have to
All this for an old Pewter Mug. The weather cut downthenumber OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK J 11:00a.m.; TO tO.-OOp.m.
The St. John's Regatta sponsored be.At this point In the season, of golfers this past week
by the Fla. Yacht Club the three top pitchers appearto but one of our "Old Pros"
features many State Class be Littleton of AEB( ) and by the name of Dick Cleveland NOW In Picturesque \
championships Including that for Mongeon and Miller of Navy Support shot a 31. 39 at Plnetree.
the Rhodes Bantam Class. With who have already helped This might be some sort of a
the largest fleet of Bantams in maintain their team In the record for the front side Dick! ORANGE PARK '. ,
the area we stand good chanceat bracket since the season's "
some of the trophies. The Mug top start. LeRoy Bjorkman, Red Rhodes 3&4BEDROOMS 2BATH
Race is scheduled for 4 June Navy Support 7 0 and Dick Cleveland were the
and the St. John's Regatta for the the Memorial Day
( ) 8 1 winners in s ALL BRICK CONSTRUCTION
following weekend, 11 and 12 Marine AOB( ) 5 3 Flag Tournament. The golf
4 4 league started last week, ans
June.We've AOB( ) HOMES
had several new members 3 3 we hope that the weather will $13,950 $17,000
MAD Support ... : .. .. .
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.
join the club lately. and Marine AEAA 3 6 soon give usabreaksothatmorematches ; .
we are also losing some shell- AEAB) 3 6, can be played. ': : '.
backs in the near future due to 1 6 : -
AEA) D
transfers. This is only natural, MFC 2 7 cL
the service being what It is 4 ?
and so the NJSC is always on
the look out for personnel who AFRAID TO TURN THEiR BACKS ON EACH OTHER- s.iiwrnti

have an Interest In sailing, bothas THEY FOUGHT SIDE BY SIDE AGAINST THE INDIANIDiaBLO !
a sport and recreation.So .
if you'd like some hard workwe '
( maintain our own boats); a
jot of keen competition (act-
ive club participation In local

races); want to learn how to ,.. "" ,,, .
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sail (club lessons) or would _'_ : :: .. '
like to associate with a

fine group of active sailors -- ..
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( Guys and Gals), come on downto
the Navy Jacksonville Sailing : Choice of Floors/ Terrazzo, All with Garages
Club Membership doesn't qualOrange Hardwood or Parquet Toll FREE Route to

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The tionlng Optional ,Convenient to Elementary ,

Park Sidewalks Paved Streets and High ,Schools, Churches,
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t TUESDAY, MAY 24 single and Kuleza with a sin- Monday, June 6
gle.
t t VC4 7 NAMTG 2
; 5:30 VF.174vs VF-77
VA44 5; Weapons 2
'" VC 4 finally came up with 11
another win after losing six of VA 44 came up with another 7:30 Marines vs YA-44
o! their first seven games in win by beating Weaponsbringing
the first half of the intramural' their season record to 8-
,.. season. Hauck was the win- 0, and maintaining their two game Tuesday, Jine 7 WILSON &
ning hurler for VC 4, givingup lead in the league. Siegler was
> only five hits and two runs the winning pitcher with twelve 5:30 Weapons vs Supply
to NAMTG. strikeouts and giving up only BLAND INGPHONISP
\ The men who provided the four hits. The losing pitcher 7:30 VC-4 vs Admin
power at the plate for VC 4 was Gravinese who was charged
i, were Rudd with a double in the with six hits while striking out Vl&dnesday, June 8 11341or
1 first and a triple in the second six.Bower
Hauck with a double in the fifth was the big stick for 5:30 'Supply vs Marines/ SP1-6601
and Ward. Rhoten and Leissner the "Hornets" with a doublein
the first and a single in the
with
i singles.
sixth. Olson accounted for 7:30 Weapons vs VF-174 '
of their divided
All runs were
A
; into two innings with four in the the rest of the hits with a single. 66 CORVAIR .$
second and three in the fifth Espinosa paced Weapons at the Thursday, June 9 standard shift, heater, solid bronz .belge! Inter-
Asbra was the losing pitcher plate with two for three. Ho- ,- ior, WSW, 4700 miles.

for NAMTG with five strikeouts ward had a triple in the fourth 5:30 VF.11 vs VA-44 65 MUSTANG COUPE. . . J2095

%.% and allowing six hits. The hits hitting and Waldrop.attack for rounded Weapons out witha the 7:30 Admin vs NAMTG'IF auto/trans., V-8, power steering, R&H, bucket
for NAMTG made byOgletree -
.. were single. seats & console, solid black with red Interior,
with ahomerun inthefourth, WSW.
Lea with a double in the second WEDNESDAY, MAY 25
... and Asbra. Graham and Anthony Weapons 5; Admin 2 65 IMPALA SUPER SPORT COUPE. $2495
with singles. with : auto/trans., V-8, power steering, R&H, still In
Weapons came up a new car warranty, 2 tone with whiten
t VF774 72; Marines 0 duplicate of the first game they terior. green -
\ After five'Innings of play the played against Admin in the

"Hellrazors" walked away with start of the season with a score 66 VOLKSWAGEN. . . . .$1495
the, game beating the Marines of 5 to 2. The winning chuckerfor PRICtTCi EVERYONE 4 speed trans., all vinyl int., solid blue, WSW.
12 0. By striking out eight Weapons was Gravinese with

and allowing only roe hit.Bussell two strikeouts and allowing IMPALA 9 PASS. WAGON. . . 52595
hurled his team into second seven hits. Hunter was the PS, PB, R&H, luggage carrier, solid red, all
place behind front running VA losing pitcher with three strike- vinyl Interior, WSW.
i! 44. The only hit off him was outs and giving up five hits
'\ by the losing pitcher Grove and also walking five men. 65 LEMANS SPT. COUPE. . .. . .$2495
1 I with a scratch single in the The leaders at the plate for V/8, power steering, power brakes, R&H, dark
Marines'last inning. Weapons were Day and Thomas blue, WSW, like new.
The 'Hellrazors11 hitting with two singles each. Mc-
attack was lead by Mulcaheywith Kinnie made the other hit witha 65 MALIBU SEDAN . . . .$1895
two for four and Annunizata single In the second. 4 dr., auto/trans., 6 cyl./ R& I, solid turquoise,
with a triple in the second.Other Admin's hits were made by SURPLUS GOODS WSW, still In new car warranty:
hits were made by Bussell with Fortney and Payne both with DISCOUNT 1'F
two singles Henson with 'doubles Marshall and VanBuren 65 PONTIAC GTO CONVERTIBLE. .52795
three singles for three times with two singles in four timesat standard shift, R&H, V-8, PS, PB, WSW. _
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\ V-8, PS, PB, auto/trans., factory air, tinted
I1'1 shaves glass, 2 to choose from.

65 BEL AIR 4DR. SEDAN. . . ... $1995
6 cy// standard shift, R&H, still in new car
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64 PLYMOUTH 'SPORT FURY. $1895

IV; : with a blade. 2 dr., hardtop, 4 speed trans., R&H, bucket

seats with all&vinyl console Interior., 383 V-8 engine, red & white


I 64 MAL/BU/ SPORT
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: \, shaving head 35% thinner..for 35% auto/trans., V-8, R&H, 2 tone, Ivory over blue
': WSW, blue interior.
: closer shaves than ever before.

:' :: The Norelco Speedshaver 30 will match IMPALA/ SPT. SEDAN. . . $1995
: z any blade for closeness.And outdo any auto/trans., V/8, power steering, power bra-
$ blade for comfort. Because Norelco kes, electric windows, factory air, R&H, solid

j', :' rotary blades shave In circles,whisking' beige, red, Interior,, exceptionally clean car.
; :: off whiskers.Without a cut,nick
; : or Irritation.Ever! Norelco heads 64 FIAT 7700 SEDAN.. ..$795
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sharp sideburns.Nothing can match
I,. 63 IMPALA SUPER SPT. COUPE. . .$1795
: a Norelco. auto/trans., V/8, power steering, power bra-

;, kes, R&H, factory air. solid white, red Interior .
:', 1 \.. NowaRechargeabl.tool I WSW.
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;; gIves the same close, \ <.. :::::$'#'*m i'f i
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And don't forget there's a Norelco Cordless 15C
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