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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: August 11, 1966
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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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are theirown and not to be considered an official. I 1 expressi of any
mUitary department. The appearancebf advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. t.vOL.
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JAX USNH COLLECTING TYPE'"0" BLOOD FOR :i
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FLA. JR. COLLEGE, JAX UNIV.! REGISTRATION II

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Page 2 JA>AIR EMS/AFTERBURNER August 11, 1966

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ROMAN CATHOLICSt. l-Aell. 5.Painful spots .1 S ,N. 0 J. a'' I S d5Resorts
Pill 6.Llk. better a N 321 't1 1S 19Everybody's
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The article brought to by 12-Grut lake 9 &lrelcal thread
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Ltjg F. P. Sanchez the Assistant Legal Officer at NAS Jax. It Naval Hospital 14-Greek letter I1.Parent J. 0 N. a 3 3 S .w .1 1. O15Preposition
seems that the Legal Office here has been getting complaints from (colloq.) 10 a. J. ::I 3 .,1. V d iii16.Fath.r
military personnel stationed at Jax who have been "suckered"Into SUNDAY MASSES 17.P'il:not is II .1 ; .A. 3 r t ISO.L11.Still
Hospital 0630St. 1.L V lf: 10 3 I g
basically the same kind of a "deal" by silver tongued sales- 19.Man' nkkname
Edward's 20-"nt (colloq.) Wolfhound 'If v S S' tJ 5 .1" 't1 tJ S
men In this area. We're not saying that all door to door sales- I
men are crooks or misrepresent the deal you're getting from them; Chapel 0900 & 1100 22.Directlon 23.Plac.d mound on golf

we are however, saying that there are some of the types In this 24.pecks 27.Tranqull 25.lik. I torrent 35.M"t 56.Make lac.
area, not all encyclopedia salesmen, either. Read this well and let DAILY MASSESSt. 29.Sow 26.Declared 38-Ascenslon Sa.Sailor(colloq)
It soak In, because It might save you the many bitter tears which Edward's: 31.Necatlvt 27.Plctur.-taklnc 3ShredNumber- (Pt) 61-.Symbolli y32Once
have been.shed by other victims of the"silver tongued salesman". Monday thru Friday 113(, more device 46-Ro.dsid. tellurium
Remember too, we're not saying they're all guilty of misrepresentation Saturday - -' -,- 0900 34.F.mal. ruff 28.Possesslv. restaurant 62Conjunction
but for sake READ Naval Hospital: '36.Sun god pronoun.48.Perch M-Symbot for
nor that you shouldn't buy, goodness -- 30.Antle.d animal 51.DiphthonC tantalum
THE CONTRACT BEFORE YOU SIGN ITt I Oh yes, permissionwas Friday - - --1205 37 Way 33-On. following 53.Neeatlve 66Prefil: down
obtained from the Atlanta Journal to reprint the article. ED.) 39'lptl country from
CONFESSIONS 41.lalin I 2 1 -4 1 S 6 7 9 10 II
By Pcul Hemphill St. Edw rds :, conjunction : :

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Atlanta Journal ColumnistHis Saturday oQ<,.
0845 44.Hindu queen
Sunday : I' 16 17 18 19 ,t<<,
name Is Robert Fowler, he said, and he Is 23 and has a wife 1015 1045 45-Communlst. ''JV'.'""' '
47 Former Russian
and a baby. They live in an apartment and have a tough time making Hospital: Sunday -0615 ruler 20 21 22 23 24 2) 26
ends meet because he is trying to get a college education. His 49.Tear
wife works, and he has a job from 6:30: p.m. to 1 a.m. In additionto CATECHISM CLASSES 50.A continent 21 28 m 29 30 W 31

a full load of classes. Chapel Annex Building 722: 52.Short Jacket 32 JJ 3" 15 >ex> J654.Salnt
"The next time somebody comes around l waiting to 'give' me Saturday's 1000 (abbr.) W mS5.penwork

something I think I'll slug,him," he said. fabric 131 = 1B :<<9S<-: 39 .0
"I can understand how you feel" he was told. DIVINE SERVICES 57.Sound I horn 44
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"I don't know what we're going to do now. It's tough enough as it is. PROTESTANTAll ,S9.Prcnoun61.Pedal .
But now they're threatening to garnish my wages." Saints ChapelSmDAY's diCit 4' 46 t. & -41 48 49
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"How much do they say you owe? 1i3.Tht sweetsop65Hebrew
month 50 5'' ;51 )3 X:2: 5467.B. 0:
"Four hundred and thirteen dollars and fifty cents.
0800 - -Holy Communion @
;'You're already getting threatening letters?" 0930 & 1100 -Divine Worship &a-Fruit mistaken cake s 6 ('S& S sa 5 <:> 59 eo
He said. "I got a notice the day after the first payment was 9.Dtpend on 0<< : (
due. There have been others since then getting tougher every SUNDAY SOIOOL093l' 6' 62 6T64 6) 66
time. The other day I took the encyclopedias back, and like a foolI DOWN
- -Chapel Annex
didn't get a receipt. So now I don't even have the books." Building.722 1Place2Disseminates 61 68 69
"No way to get out of the contract?"
Dtatr. bl United Feature Syndicate lnc. 13'er
"I don't know. I've got a friend who's a lawyer and I'm going to WEDNESDAY'S

talk to him about It. The thing about the contract it says, "This 1900 -Choir Rehearsal
contract Is not subject to cancellation and not subject to anythingnot u.. 'I AlltlMrl..4 Lr.lee N''Ien 0.1.'

In the contract," In other words, no matter what the salesman THURSDAY
might tell you, It doesn't count." 2000 Christian Science Service
It's For Vietnam
Chance of a Lifetime SECOND MONDAY of Each Month :

He said It happened on a Saturday afternoon',between 2 and 3 o'clock 0930 Chapel Women's Guild '
(Small Chapel) USNH Needs
He was upstairs, studying, and his wife and baby were downstairsin Weekly ,
the when the the door. The salesmansaid
apartment salesman came to
U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
he would like to talk to both of them so'he came downstairsand f ; Supply Of "0" Blood '
Sunday's - 1000
there the while the' salesman .
in
they sat living room a young man. ,. ,..., ."
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told them they had been:selected out of the entire ,area to, participatein
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a poll. The salesman said he was not,trying to sell them anything.At CECIL FIELDPROTESTANt A recent message from the Navy's Bureau of Medicine and Surgery :
first the salesman showed them a few magazine tear sheets has requested the Blood Donor Center of the NAS Jax hospitalto
advertising a set of encyclopedias and asked them if they had seen Today- provide 35 units (pints) of "0" Positive and Negative blood weekly _
the ads before. Pretty soon he was showing them encyclopedias Choir Practice at 7 p. m. for 'the Frozen Blood Project., These 35 units will be shipped to
and asking them if they liked the books and when they said yes, Sunday- the U. S, Naval Hospital, Chelsea, Massachusette for processingand
the salesman said he was so pleased they did that he was going to Sunday School at 9:30 p. m., freezing and then flown to Viet Nam. In Viet Nam the blood
give them a chance of a lifetime. Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. will be reconstituted and given to wounded U. S. fighting men.
The deal was, he was going to give them a 24 volume set of Communion on the first Sundayof Since "0" negative blood is found in only 5%of the population
encyclopedias and a bookcase for them and a few extra reading the month. a special! effort will have to be made in order for us to fill the quota.
services and all they had to do was write a letter recommending The Navy Blood Donor center
the encyclopedias. The letter would, with their permission, be used CATHOLIC located on V/ard B-3 at the Naval to the Navy. The record of this
in further advertising. Robert Fowler and his wife felt they could Daily- Hospital will also have to supplythe credit is .maintained at the NAS'
use the encyclopedias, so they signed their names to a contract 11:20 a. m. Mass everyday needs of the Jax Dispensary.Any .
and just before the salesman left was when he said something about Sunday- hospital. Blood donated at the civilian employee or military -
$413.50, to be paid over a three year period. .8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- Center is given free of chargeto man requiringblood for him-

Sinking In Quicksand fessions heard before each Mass. any patient who needs it. Most self or for his bona fide dependent
of the blood drawn at the Centeris can request blood credit from the
"When he said that and left," Robert Fowler was saying, "we Traffic Violations donated by military personnel bank free of charge. These cre-
just sat there and looked at each other. I felt sort of like a man attached to the various commands dits are transferrable and canbe
sinking in quicksand. of the Naval Air Station Jackson used anywhere In the United
."But didn't you read the contract?" The following is a report of ville. States. By agreement, blood is
"Sure but not close enough. I don't know; I'd gone on what he'd motor vehicle accidents and traf- The City of Jacksonville also also exchanged between the two
told us, and" just went ahead and signed. It's as much my fault as it fic violations for the periods has a blood bank, and they are Blood Banks, one type for another
Is their's. August 2 through August 8. authorized to draw blood from all as the situation requires.
"Has anything like. this happened to any of your friends?" he was Number of Accidents civilian employees of the various Military and civilian personnel
asked. This Week .11 naval Installations and from military desiring to donate their bloodto
"One couple we know. They refused,shipment on the books when Total Accidents this year through personnel stationed at the this worthwhile cause should,
they came, and they got out of It all right. August 8. - -- -216 Naval Station, Mayport and Naval contact the Naval Air Station Dispensary -
"They seem to pick on young couples." Number of Accidents through Air Station Cecil Field. .. Jacksonville Telephone
"Right," he said. "We're not as smart as we ought to be. And August 8, 1965 - -161 Fifty percent of the blood drawn' 387-7711 Ext. 269 or their local
it's the young couple that can afford it the least. Total number of days since by them.is.maintained as a credit donor representative.WSTFlL .
"What next?" last Injury in a motor vehicle ..
"Like I said I'm going to talk to friend and what
my lawyer see accident - -- -34 t
we can do. I'll sell my car, everything to fight this. It's a sugar Number of ViolationsThis
coated pill they gJve'you. Sour, to swallow." '
Week - - ,-52
Speeding - .- -' n
Reckless Driving -------2

= Going through Stop Sign -6
Other Violations33 j
Thirty six drivers appeared
before the Traffic HearingBoardat e "
The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise. News the meeting held on August 9. sV A

paper distributed/ each Thursday at the U. S. Naval/ Air Disposition of the cases includedthe

Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing following: Ten lost driving ; !

Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for,use In and parking privileges aboard
the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public station for various periods;Four :
were assigned to complete
Affairs Office Box 2 Jacksonville an
by 12:00 noon eight hour course In remedial VV
on Monday before publication. News items are welcomedfrom driving at NATTC; two were

all sources Telephone 9.7711'Ext. 8162. assigned to complete a six hour

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and course in remedial driving at

queries concerning such' showld-be directed to: Sax Police Academy: None received Ii: :

The Holt Publishing 'Company 1950 BI an ding Blvd. suspensions; Twelvewere
given warnings Seven dis-
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Jacksonville, Florida/ 32210, Telephone 387 4451 missed; Sixteen lined ('U: S. ,THINKING. Thoughts of a.nof-so-for owoy.Christmas

Commlsioner); and 'Six referredto come' easy ,to this- the
: youngster as 'magical charm, of NASs
VOL. 24 NO. 20 August '11, 1966 sible commanding disciplinary officers.action. pos- Toyland takes hold. T yla ai's *Layaar Plan Christmas

.. 4". -. Eighteen drivers lost a total giving started:thls.wOkand tips.hoi. "day,Reason is approaching

'. ... i ;'. . . ,;of 53 traffic points.. .. lateethari'; parents believed It could., .' .'. .
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., College at Jacksonville will be on tonight, from 7 to 9 p.m' in'the
. : mid August variety show Fernandlna Beach ijigh School. .
and St. 'Augustine's ,401s; birthday Courses available in the Fernandlna Beach'.section will'give three .t
party are -proitilsed' this hours of college credits each, and Coordlnaotr of' -Evening Studies: .. f
month for visitors to this nation's T. A. Delegal emphasized that these credits are transferable. ., \
:'' oldest city. any Florida institution of higher learning. .. ., .. '. : '. 1
.4 The Royal Garden of the Court In announcing the time andplace \ ', .... ., ". ., .',
of Spain' In 1672 will be the set- for interested persons to Course, No. 101SecF1.Thurs, .' .
Artist's Conception Of New Beaver 'Street. Baptist Church. ting for the mid-month variety sign up, it was pointed out that Jay evenings, registration in', ,
show, as the St. Augustine Pilot the facility will be open: to any- room C3.COLLEGE.
Club presents the; "Royal Com- one wishing to take the subjects MATHEMATICS ,
New Church mand 'Performance' on Monday offered. A fee of$8.50 per:credit Course NO.\ 101, Sec. Fl,'Tuesday ,
.; '. Baptist evening August 15 at 8 o'clockin hour is payable upon registration everifngs, registration in ".
: the St.Augustine's Amt: ithea- Fernandlna'Beach classes will '
, begin the week of August 22 ,and room' Cl. ...
Dedication Is SundayDedication tre.Presented 'to benefit St.Augustine's sessions will last from 7 to 9:45 AMERICAN FEDERAL i
outdoor drama p.m. GOVERNMENT, Course no 201, ';
"Cross and Sword" this fast- Interested direct Sec. Fl, Monday evenings, registration .
ceremonies for the new Beaver Street Baptist Church persons may in C2.
sanctuary,just completed at 2591 West Beaver Street, will beheld moving show, will feature.numbers queries to Mr. Delegal or to room
at 2:30 P.M. on Sunday, August 14, according an announcement ranging from a Spanish:Gyp the Registrar, at campus head- LIFE IN ITS ENVIRONMENT '
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made by Dr. W. E. Dowell, pastor of the church. The public is sy dance to a Pas de Deux, quarters in Jacksonville. Course No. 102
. invited to attend the special service to be held in the new'church 'as the regally costumed St. Augustine A description of courses avail- and 103 Fl. Thursday and
sanctuary, one of the most unique church buildings l in the entire. Royal Family and guests able and related details follows: Monday evenings, registration in ..
country. enjoy an evening of international ENGLISH COMPOSITION, room CLORIGINS'
entertainment. Course No. 101, Sec. Fl and OF AMERICAN
that all
seum style so personsare
After this dedication, a week- close to the pulpit and dais. Acts, performed by both St. F2, on Tuesday and Wednesday SOCIETY, Course No. 101, Sec. ....'1.
I long revival will be held from Augustine residents and cast evenings, registration in room F2, Monday, Tuesday and Wed:
Monday, August 15 through Sun- The structure is entirely air members of "Cross and Sword", C2.WESTERN nesday evenings, registration in.
include Italian vocal selection
day, August 21. People of all conditioned by a 148 ton unit. acrobatic an dance CIVILIZATION room C3. .
,an a Spanish
faiths are invited to attend any More than 4000 cubic yards of {
guitar solo, varied duets and,
of the services, which will be the "
used in
concrete were con- = i
solos and male and female dance
conducted at 7:30 p.m.each even- struction of the new church,which from "Cross and = I
ing during the week. has 6500 square feet oi stained troupes Sword". A" "
The nationally famous Landmark glass windows. Of prestressed

Baptist Temple Quartetof concrete and steel construction, August 25 27, the St. Aug- ,
Cincinnati will be featured at the church comprises more than ustine Jaycees will present USED CARS
the revival services, which will 37,000 square feet of floor spaceon "Days in Spain", as the oldest .
be led by Dr.John Rawlings,well- three levels. city in the United States observesits ;
known evangelist "- 401st birthday with three

On Saturday, August 20, begin- Built at a cost of $625,000the days of merrymaking. Main location -
., ning at 1 p.m., the church will new sanctuary representessix for the f fiesta willbe narrowSt. DUVAL MOTORS
hold an open house for the pub- years of planning and more George Street, where color-
lic to inspect the new sanctuary than a year of construction. Ar- ful booths will be set up to offer -
chitects for visitors all sorts of
building. santurary were Kel- foods and ,
ley and Associates of Jack- games. ssa
, Circular in shape, the sanctuary sonville, and the contractor was
f is 156 feet in diameter and the ''Fred C. Gardner, Company, Gala processions featuring SAN JUAN LOT
53 feet high at the centers. A also of Jacksonville. unique heads imported from Spain
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congregation of 3000 persons can will open and, close "Days in OFF ROOSEVELT I
be seated on two levels in coll- "The new Beaver Street Bap- Spain, while the last night will
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tist Church sanctuary, was be climaxed by the cutting of a
designed for the benefit.of the gigantic 401 candle birthdaycake. :: Jo .
lax U. Fall congregation," Dr. Dowell said, 65 FORD 2 DR. HARDTOP.$1795 '
Y. and we feel that it will be For further information con- R&H. tf. :
; RegistrationIs the most outstanding House of cerning the "Royal Command =
the Lord in the South. We invite Performance" and "Days in 65 CHEVROLET 4 DR. SEDAN. : . .$1595.
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Sepf.1-2 all residents of this area to attend Spain", write: ChamberofCom s E3 R&H. /

our dedication service on merce, 10 Castillo Drive, St. s 65 COMET WAGON. . . .. .$1695 if
Registration for the fall sem- August 14," he said. Augustine, Florida 32084. 4 dr., auto/trans..; R&H. ;j
will be held Jacksonville
ester 1-2 nnn nnMmnaMMMtf d 65 FALCON CONVERTIBLE' '. ': .$1750 1
University Sept. acting .
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. Registrar James R. Barbour announced lEST SEAFOOD CHICKEN ANYWHEREI! i === Auto/trans., R&H. I. '' ,', ?

Students recently.may register from 9 CONVENIENT DRIVE-IN SPACE G 65 GALAXIE "500".. J7895 ',. .I\

. to 4 p.m. and from 6 to 8 p.m. E 4 dr., V-8, auto/trans., R&H. : .' :, 1
each day. Both day and evening
registration will be by appoint- I 65 MUSTANG HARDTOP.$1795 ... 1
Excellent condition.
ment. f i ;
All students who have attended : '
JU since January will auto- (1 I I S 64 FORD 4 DR. HARDTOP. ., .$1495 I J; .'?. I,)t t t.

matically receive registration V-8, R&H, power steering. ., ; 'V--I ;?' :>'! ",f
appointments, Barbour said. Re- I .
turning students who have not ( I 63 DODGE DART HARDTOP.$1195" :: }\

attend JU since December 1965 f i 2 dr., auto/trans., R&H. ;":. :.: ., '.

must apply for readmission, 63 FORD WAGON. . <. .57695" "' : \
through the Registrar's office, < '
by Aug. 24. : : _= 9 passenger, full power, conditioning. .

A late registration! period will II 1 f I 61 THUNDERBIRD CONVERTIBLE. .$1295'Full
be held Sept. 5-9. Hours will :: 4 ; :
== power, Including air conditioning./
be from 10 to 3 p.m. daily and .
,from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday through
Thursday. Classes begin Labor 61 FORD VICTORIA 2 DR. HARDTOP. $895

Day, Sept. 5. 4624 Su Jvu Ave. V-8, auto/trans., R&H, power steering, likenew.
A complete schedule of coursesto

be offered during the 1966-67 60 ENGLISH FORD. . . : '',5395 :'..

fall and winter at semesters the Registrar's is nowavailable SHOWS 2:00: A IOO-GOOD SEATS AVAILABLE! R&H, real economy. .. ,.

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& Monday ., & Holidays......$1.50* 3794 Blanding Blvd
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: Club Notes NARTU, News & Views


NATTCh. d The Scene J ax N WC#86 A Naval Air Reserve Division (NARDIV), attached to NARTU
I Jax, will be commissioned during ceremonies at the Naval Reserve
By Idell Fondingsland The members of Navy Wives Training Center In Miami Florida August 27.
Club Jax :## 86 held their business Rear Adm. Richard L. Fowler" Chief of Naval Air Reserve Train-
I j Going Camping? NATTC's Special Services has added four meeting last Wednesday eveningat ing with headquarters in Glenview, m., will officially commemorate
: 7x9 foot tents to their long list of recreation equipment. The tents the clubhouse aboard the Naval the opening of the NARDIV. -
sleep up to four adults and are available for our use at the checkout Air Station. The newly commissioned NAR- maintenance, intelligence administration
office In Building 563. Also new are left handed golf clubs. The following ladies were Introduced DIV will be staffed by nine active and ordnance.
as guests: Mrs.Thomas duty enlisted personnel who will Naval Air Reserve Divisions
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Dunn, Mrs. Pedro Amador, Mrs. act as a nucleus for the trainingof create reserve forces of speci-
AEl William L. Mumper Mumper's name. Joel Henderson, Mrs.Alvin Stone the weekend reserves. alists who would report to avia-
was presented with a plaque from Upon retirement .Mumperwill and Mrs. James Hawkins. With billets for ten line officers tion ships and fill needed positions -
Phase II of AE School on August become an auctioneer. He attended Mrs. Larry Burgess Club a medical and dental officer with the regular Navy's
5, when he retired to the Fleet Auctioneer School whileon Chaplain, installed Mrs. Thomas and 159 enlisted men, the units in times of crisis.
Reserve. leave last year and since Halpin, Mrs. Edgar Trittschuh training will consist of aviation Naval Air activity returns to
The plaque consisted of gavel then has cried many auctionsin and Mrs. Billy J. Howard as new r Miami, having been away since
and a metal plate inscribed with the area and around the state.GURNEY'S members of the organization.Mrs. '" March of 1959 'when the Miami
Wilbert Wagner reportedthat Naval' Air Station was closed and
the family picnic held at the } its facilities moved to Jackson-
Skeet Club on the Naval Air Sta- ville.
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membership gave her and her Twenty five Canadian Sea
ell mikes Hack &Whlte TV Committee a vote of thanks. Cadets and their Jacksonville
Because of illness In the family counterparts are now trainingat
25/off/ on TV or radio parts of Mrs.Reginald Berry,the beach NAS after a week's train-
I party that was to be held at her M s ing aboard the USS Shangri-La
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OUR PRICES ARE MADE A pool party is planned for While aboard the ShangriLathe

TO BEATTHE COMPETITION Aug. 26 at the C. P. O. pool, young cadets toured the
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Information, please contact S'N firefighting demonstrations and
6836 Goldilocks LI. 389-3966 Social Chairman, Mrs. Wilbert had lectures on ASW.

Wagner. This past week the Cadets have
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The cadets have been instructedIn
r small boat handling and pro-
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'NAVAL AIR RESERVE DAY'proclamation Camp Blanding.
to the The finale of the twoweek
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Navy Complex Training Cruise
DEDICATION CEREMONY 50th Anniversary of the Naval/ will be a tour of St. Augustineand
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Jacksonville Area Civil Service News { t





Enrollment For Health Benefits Civilian Merit PromotionsThe

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Possible During Open Season ollowing'' NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted: .",' J
In accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program: ,. '

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This is one of a series of articles years. During the"Open Season" later than 60 days after the mar- Overhaul And Repair Department
being prepared to inform employees who have not enrolled riage. Otherwise it will be nec-
civilian employees of a variety of may do so and may make any essary to wait for an "Open Weeks, Willie V. TO: Engineering Technician (Aero) GS 7 I
features in. 'connection with the other changes they desire.An Season". An employee who is Hicks Charlie B. TO: Aircraft Towman.
Federal Employees'' Health employee who changes from enrolled for self only may Will John J. TO: Industrial Engineering Technician GS -1
Benefits Program which they one employing office to another change to self and family and may Thompson, Aaron C. TO: Industrial Engineering Technician GS-ll
have overlooked or forgotten.This after a break in service of threeor change from one 'plan or optionto Murray Willie C. TO: Aircraft Towman. .
ankle concerns the various more days has 31 days in another during the same time Boise Elbert D. TO: Leadingman Rotor Blade Mechanic (Medal) ,
opportunities to enroll in the which to enroll limitations. Failure to observe Cribb Owen L., TO: Asst. Production Controlman (Rotor Blade
program or change the type of these time limitations will result Mechanic (Metal) I
enrollment.All If an employee who elected not in the spouse and eligible Kress Robert L. TO: Planner & Estimator (A/C Metalsmith)
new employees receive to enroll at the time of employment children not being eligible for Derrick W. TO: Aircraft Electrician' .
copies of the Government wide who enters military health benefits coverage Including Verdon George TO: Electroplater
( Health Benefits Plans (Service service for a period of time not maternity benefits LaDavia, John L. TO: Inspector (Metal) B ,.' f
Benefit Plan administered by limited to 30 days or less may Conversely, when an employee Woods Joseph E. TO: Aircraft Metalsmith ,"' "'*..
Blue Cross Blue Shield and Indemnity enroll in any plan'oroptionavailable for one reason or another(Deathof Hendl Elmer TO: Aircraft Metalsmith ,
to the employees within 31 or divorce from spouse with no Leeds, Somers E. IV TO: Aircraft Electrician :;' j'
Benefit Plan adminis- days after return to civilian duty children within the air limits Grimmett George L. Jr. TO: Electroplater n
tered by Aetna Casualty and status. specified by the law), the em- Rockford Games J. L. TO: Inspector (Metals) B
Surety Company. Employee Or- CHANGE IN MARITIAL STA ployee should change to the less Miller Richard J. TO: Aircraft Ordnance Worker ,. ,.'
ganization Plan Brochures are TUS. A change in maritial status expensive "Self only" enroll- Morrow Jerry To. TO: Aircraft Metalsmith
available upon request to the or- Is either a marriage annulment ment. Siegel Bernard TO: Aircraft Ordnance Worker. E
ganization.) A new employee may final decree of divorce or There will be more informa- Paschal George S. TO: P cker' J
enroll during: the first 31 daysof death of spouse. Anun-married tion published In connection with Rahm Howard C. TO: Supervisory Management Technician GS-ll. ,,
employment. Otherwise they employee who decides to become the Federal Employees Health Arnott Jewel F. TO: Clerk Stenographer, GS 4
may have to wait until an "Open married, may enroll in any plan Benefits Program in the future Holder Maxwell L. TO: Electronics Mechanic
Season is declared. The Law and option for which he or she issues. Meanwhile any ques- Nyhan James J. TO: Instrument Mechanic (Electronics)
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which established the Health is eligible. The application to tions la connection with the Pro- Masters Michael B. TO: Instrument Mechanic (General)
Benefits Program provides that enroll musy be submitted duringthe gram should be referred to the Jones Paul E. TO: Instrument Mechanic (Electronic) "
an "Open Season" must be de- period specified by law 31 Employee Services Specialist Braun James G. TO: Instrument Mechanic (Electronic) t
clared at least once every three days before the marriage or not Ext. 8134 at NAS Sax Wimberg Robert S. TO: Instrument Mechanic (Electronic) & J.
Palmer Julian F. TO: Instrument Mechanic (Electronic) .'.
Plan Ahead To Knight Paul TO: Instrument Mechanic(Electronic)
Heed Some NFO NotesCorrect Rought Robert L. TO: Instrument Mechanic(Electronic)
Eras* N..dlss Deal Jacob M. TO: Instrument Mechanic (Electronic)
Social Security Num- This form should then be com-
bers continue to be a problemarea pleted and forwarded to the local Supply Department
Worry.nll.TIM_ for the proper credit ofa Social Security Administration Reiter Carl P. TO: Supervisory Inventory Management Specialist:

member's wage and FICA taxes which will assign youa ,, '., to GS. 13
TALLAHASSEE This Is the to his'acCount. Military per- number._ Upon receipt ot this ":" ; 3.r NARTU ,? t.t> "
and Number the member shall'' immediately :' .
time of year for peak fishing sonnel serviced by this area ,
!Boating? activity and, according, should make certain that Social inform the Finance Office -. Hutchison, Rose E..' TO: Military Pesonnel. Clerk (Typing) GS 4
to W. B. Copeland,--chairman of 'SeCurity ''Numbers entered on, in order that the number '11"" *
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Communications I *
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: the Game and Fresh Water Fish their wage and tax statement may be entered on the Individ- i if i> ri t.
Commission it Is also the time ( W -' 2 'Form), agrees with the uwl's pay record. Thomas Raymond TO: Head Teletype Equipment Mechanic
of year In which the Commis- number shown on the "Social This procedure is also appli- Security Department
sion's wildlife officers spend Security Account Number Card" cable in cases of personnel Roller David B. TO; Firefighter (General) GS 3
many hours searching sports- Members not having a Social changing names ,such as female Robey Wilda N. TO: Supervisory Clerk Typist GS 4
_ men who have filled to return Security Number assigned them members marrying. Ratliff Freeman A. TO: Detective GS 6
from their outings according to should obtain from the Navy Finance Although proper credit to a
schedule. Office an "Application for member's account may not seem 1e
,Copeland said "Many times Social Security & Tax Account Important at this, time, It will .
this is nothing more than a case Number" (Treasury Dept. Form be someday when the member
of an embarrassed fishermanwho SS-5)). claims Social Security benefits.
neglected to carry extra e. .VIIC
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shear pins or sufficient fuel other .. ... .. .. y
times it can be a matter of FRED DAYIS
spending an uncomfortable nightin .
the wildreness. At times it
may be a fatal accident. BUICK PONTIAC
To save needless worry and GMC TRUCKS 3
lost time as well as assist Flori-
da's wildlife officers.searching GREEN COVE SPRINGS I
for lost fishermen Copeland /
listed a series of "things to do"
to help 'insure a successful fish- ,.::; WESCONNETT I
ing trip and a safe return:
Fishermen should inform their
family of exact fishing location 1 If
route of travel to and from the FLORIST
area and estimated time of r
return. Be specific as to location We wire Flowers f
of Florida's riv-
as many
ers are long and cover many f Located halfway between Cecil & HAS at
miles. 103rd St. & Wesconnett Blvd.

Fishermen and boaters shouldbe 5329 WESCONNETT BLVD.

familiar with and observe all FREE DELIVERY PHONE 771 !70
boating and water safety regula- Some people don't need auto loans, ,
tions and practice safeboat hand-

ling.If. .. those who do come to
with the
not familiar water don't tell !
everyone
hire a guide or fish with some-
one who is acquainted with local

conditions.If Thit the pizza it Shikey's
a fishermen is late or mis- :ii; : B2R11JTT4NATIONAL
sing, the family should not attempt it 4420 Blinding Blvd..ls
to organize a searching R BANK OF JACKSONVILLE Y

party of but the should County notify Sheriff the who office ii perfect First thing yew CMSCN rcDCNAk ocpo.INSUKANCB. COMFONATION. .

will call on the wildlife officers know there wen' heenenghtogeireind.
familiar with US NAS FACILITY
and others who tire f OFFICE ,i
conduct
the area and equipped to
a search. Across From Afafeistrrtlei .1....., WAS

Copeland said "Fishing and linking Heirs
boating can be a wholesome and 21 Varieties, Dark& Light Beer :
safe recreation and Florida's Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM
wildlife officers are available to SHAKEY'S Pizza Parlor Friday: 9:30 AM til/ 4:30 PM
help In any way possible, but the i
responsibility Is on the participant Phone 771-2233 Phene Exteisieis 1272 er 1273I

and water accidents can safety be OPEN n A.M. 1. . . .w. .. . . .. .
."{ vented .bx 'observing .
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REPLACINGTHE RETIRING SCOUT _.,..._. __ SHEASANILLUffRIOUSSCOUT.. V VIV VS

s-- .'" ,.. \ ;( VP-5 5 Retires Navy's 5 Last SP2EThe ',,' .' V '. sk; .V4:.


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s PatRon Five since 1948, and saw Built by Lockheed Aircraft Corporation as fourteen hours in search and 1

..t deployments in many countries s., the Neptune was alsoa rescue operations, aerial minIng -:7:

"""'" including Spain, Puerto Rico, versatile aircraft, capable of or shipping surveillance.Even .
,. Y ''j Newfoundland, Iceland and Sicily. detecting, localizing, and tracking after 18 years of service
'" .. ':'o > ,:< ''I :' As any pilot who flew her knows, a submarine, as well as in the operational Navy, the SP--
"Mad Foxes" of
PatRon delivering an attack with a formidable 2E continues to be
P reliable an invaluable
the
Neptune was a
.
.. Five piped an old friend over the arsenal of aircraft the
to
weapons.In reserves.
';: ,. VP-5's As a
aircraft, as attested by .
side last week in a special ceremony Weekend
her Warrior
addition to primary roleas she still hasa
record of than -
more 40,00Qaccident ,
_: next to the "Foxes'"' Den". free hours covering an anti submarine, aircraft, long future in the Navy.
With bags and records stowed (four vears of flying. the SP 2E could spend as long The P 3 Orion, also built
aboard, the last SP 2E Nep-- ' by) Lockheed< is I gradually replacing J
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& Cdr. M. D. Marsh, squadron the Orions gives patrol avia-
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tion an even greater capability,
aircraft's logbook( to the and it
appears that the Orion will
pilots, Lcdr., J. F. Prennan and serve the Navy for many years. _
Lt. W. P. McNeer both.: of VP-5. .
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I M/Sgt. Joel FergusonEXT.
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Eligibility and other detailson
Headquarters Marine Corps the program can be obtainedby I 1 w R t granted. Course will start in
reminds all commands that in reading Marine Corps Order January and June 1967, at the
March 1966 the College Degree 1560.7B. 4 USN Postgraduate School and at
Program was expanded from nineto SpecoCourses/ / various civilian universities.
twelve months. The added Further information on the
three months would provide a Lance Cpl. Michael C. McLaughlin courses mentioned and all pre-
1 student two regular semesters was awarded a mentorBobs -T '\ requisities for applicants can
M be found In the Marine Corps
' Bulletin (ALMAR) mentioned.
Oak Hill
NEW GUNNY SGT. Robert D. Mercer (right) receives the war- 1
Pure Service CenterOpen rant promoting him to his new rank from IstLt. Joseph M. Dwyer -
Marine Barracks Execfu/ve/ Officer. A veteran of the Viet
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. Nam campaign, where he served with the 1st Marine Air Wing,
GySgt. Mercer Is now a patient at the Naval Hospital here 1st
< Lt. Dwyer assumed his current duty last week after reportinghere
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mechanic on duty..AmericiR & Foreign Cars Operation Starlite. His last position before leaving the
1 Far East was Co. C Executive Officer, 1st Battalion, 7th Ma-
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.,',"' 103rd & James rines.
771-9156: Jacksonville, Fla.
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Ti J. W. Sullivan, CO Marine Avia- Bulletin 1520, published as ALMA Iii1'ri'
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MOVIESMovies ) :
Club Schedules .

at the NAS Jax Theatre;,
will be shown regularly at 6 and S ,'NASJAX Girl Night" Is this 'Saturday. .: .-c:
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8:15 p.m. Monday through Vespers and refreshments this v:;
Saturday. In addition to the' "O" CLUB Sam Ross will Sunday will be at the South Jacksonville +
two evening shows there will be entertaining at the club this Presbyterian Church.
be a matinee at2 p.m. on Friday night. Saturday's dance The movie starting at 7:30
Saturday, Sundays and holidays.The music will be by Johnny Jellnek. will be titled "Against p.m.AllFlags" Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
Tuesday, is Foreign Dish Night 1950Blandlng Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida, 32210 to arrive
Hospital Theatre will have featuring treats from On Monday there will be not I later than 'Juesd y for publication the following Thurs ......,
gourmet
one weekly feature at 7 p.m. lands. Co-ed Night, and Game Night day. Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
Cecil Field,will have two shows many The gourmet treat is Wednes-
for on Tuesday. Every following week unless the publisher is Instructed other-
during the week at 5:30 and 8 this Tuesday is Russian. day Is Disc Jockey Show. (USO wise.| A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
p.m. Matinees will be shown Family Night will be on Wed- is located at 318 North Ocean be received WITH the copy for the ad.
on. ,weekends, at 2 and 5 p.m. nesday, featuring all the fried Street.)
chicken you can eat and an even- DO NOT SEND CASH

Thursday, August 11 ing of musical entertainment out NAS CECIL RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). ,'. I I .'. . $2.00

NAS The* Rare Breed with Night on the Is club's on Thursday patio. BeefEaters served buffet CPO CLUB Fridaythe Per additional line ((4 words per line}.,. . .'.0.50

James Stewart and Maureen O'- st"?. specials will be a Lobster
Hara. Dinner for $2.35 and a Shore Din-
Hospital Harper with Paul Cs 5555CPO ner for $1.50. Also Friday, the
Newman and Janet Leigh.C. Moon Lighters will be here for NO QUALIFYING: 3BR, 1 1/2 SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein
Texas CLUB Dancing this Fri- your musical enjoyment. Sat- B, Bit.. in R &_Oven. Fncd yd, Jacksonville and Mayport
Field Four For
day will be Mark and
to Castle
back $88.10 mo. DUKE areas. Military Backgroundwould
porch
with Frank Sinatra and Dean urday, a 16 oz. T Bone .
on Saturday John Arnold Four Steak for$1.85 willbe the Special. LOSTUMBO, BKR. 7710374. be helpful. A very rewarding -
Martin. will provide the dance tunes. career possible for the
The Moon Lighters will again be
o Friday, August 12 The Bud Clark Combo will appear appearing. Sunday the Special Right Man. Write to the Regional -
on Sunday. FOR SALE 62 FORD GAL- ,Director, P.O. Box 13177,
NAS A Man Could Get Killed will be a 12oz T Bone Steak
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with James Garner and ,Melina **.***** for $1.65. Wednesday Fried AXIE 2 tone blue, std. shift, Orlando, Fla. 32809 _; .
Mercourl. ,Shrimp will be the Special Dinner R & H, new interior. Call Frank -
ACEY DUCEY The attractionat
for $.60. Game night starts at Scarfo, 353 6709.
'The Rare Breed with STRAIGHT-
Hospital the club this Thursday will be 1953 PONTIAC:
James Stewart and Maureen O- Pete Martin andthe"Featurers"Mel 7:45 p.m. ORANGE PARK 2BR APT. convertible (In perfect mechanical
Hara.C. Gaden will provide the dance **** *** Furn or unfurn, bit in elect. condition. Hydra matic, radio,

I Field Model Murder Case music on Friday, and appearing EM CLUB Tonight is game Kitchen, A/C "No lease re- heater many extras. $350. 5806
with Ian Hendry and Jane Asher. Saturday will be Dick Wilson and night. The Special Dinner will quired" 2646884. Hyde Grove Avenue.EMPLOYEES .

Saturday, August ]73 the "Moderns". Game Night is be a Shrimp Basket for $.50.
every Sunday and Tuesday. Friday Mel Gaden and the "Lazy
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Marlon Brando and Trevor *** ING Furniture Industry locatedin
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Howard. BLUEJACKET INN Phil Cay Castle Combo will be on stage. 5 min. NAS 264 6P84 Lexington, N. C. For details
Hospital A Man Could Get and the "Chantels" will be pro- Monday through Wednesday we write or send post card to J. C.
Killed with James Garner and viding the dance music this will havellappy Hour from 6:30to M ,' WILLIAMS, personalHECKMANCABINETS
Melina Mercourl., Thursday. Appearing at the clubon 7:30 p.m. '/.,: Pickard Circle,
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Sunday, August 14 your enjoyment. From until Mr. H. R. Cox, 771-5745, APTS. RENTALS: $50 DOWN
5 p.m. there will be dance HOMES, ORANGE PARKREAl-
NAS Agent From H. A.R.M. music, with March Wilson and his TY, 264-2411 ...
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Hospital Mutiny On The tinue the pace later. Phil Cay For Sale Like new, black, Lt- .
Bounty with Marlon Brando and and the "Chantels" will play on jg. Crebo Cecil, Field Ext. '' ''J".',

Trevor Howard.C. Morday,and Tuesday is the night 523 or call residence 387 ,SINGER. ,' I' ,"' ::i 'ItIt\\.,Ir I ',
Field Harper with Paul for the Loose Ends. Bingo is 1174. DIAL .... ..,.#" I' 00'./. ,,>, _
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NAS ,Move ,Over Darling. this week at the USO will be Tax and Cecil 1/2 blk. to St. Console model sewing machine
with Doris Day and Polly Ber- Thursday's free RefreshmentsNight. 'GOOD IEFI! Matthews Cath. School EDR A-l shape -'Zig-Zags' -. Makes
C 'YOU
gan. Friday night starting at 8D.m. 1 1/2 bath Den Extras- botton holes, sews on buttons,
Hospital '- Agent FromH 'there will be a hop titled SWALLOWED MY ONLY Buy' Equity or FHA -' EV7,4056 Makes, fancy designs, etc. Sold
A. R. M. with Wendell Cory.C. ; Hop". "Boy Meets TbN6UE DEPRE 55ozt1! new for over $300.. Just pay
'Dog Days .
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Field The Rare Breed balance $62. or assume $2. per
,with James Stewart and Maureen MOVING MUST SELL 48 SQ. week payments. Will take older ..1' .
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Set, etc. Call after. 3:30 P.M. deliver. No obligation.A .
NAS Stop The World, I Want : S 384 3267. ,
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\Jt. : :' 'f', J' Jax Swim ,Club Collects 16

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-<; & TO THE WHNERS. ..Copf.M. .
: : J. Stack, Commanding Officer Medals, 23 Ribbons At MeetWhen

presents the Florida-
Georgia //nferserv/ce Softball the Navy Jax swimmers returned from the Junior Olympic
trophy to Frank McCaffrey, Swim meet held recently in St. Petersburg, they didn't return
FLA.GA INTERSERVICE SOFTBALL CHAMPS. These are HAS Athletic Director and team empty handed. NJST members, swimming in both relays and
the 1966 holders of the Interservice championship, flanked coach. The Jax Navy Fliers/ Individual events, collected a total of 16 medals ((1st through 3rd
\ the left by Capt. M. J. Stack, Commanding Officer, and Mr. were 78-2 for the season. place) and 23 ribbons ((4th 5th, and 6th place).
l Frank: McCaffrey, Fliers' coach, on the right. Leading the club in medals
was Susie Chance ( 15-17 meter free to win 'a ribbon.In .
NATTCGolf age group) who received 3 first
Your Teams place, 2 second place, and 1 third the individual events, Susie
I Support I Games Last Week place, for a total of six medals. Chance placed in the following
I Although Susie has been swim- events to win her six awards:
MAD # 1-4, AE ((8)) 3 ming unattached for the past year first in the 50 yard free, 200-'
f+ MFC4 1/2, SS /*; 1 1 1/2 she has been working out with the yard breaststroke, and 50-meter
fft AE (G-3) 1/2, MAD #*; 22 1SS24 /l Navy Jax team and is now on free; second in the 200-yard IM,
EXPERT FOREIGN CAR w ., AO-3 their roster. and 200 meter breast, and thirdin
Three NJST relay groups accounted the 200 meter IM.
Standings for some of the awards,
j SERVICE : led by the 13 14 girls teamsof Carl Kaniosky ((11 12)) provedto
Teams .. Won Lost Linda Mayberry, CheriGlaraton be a real go getter finishing
5834 TIMIQUANA RD. WESPECIALIZE } Ellen Smalling, and Rhoda third in the 50 yard breast,
NEXT DOOR TO e CARBUERATORS< MAD i 1 > 6,{: 0 Puleo. This group won two 200 meter IM and 100-meter '''.
I TUNE MUFFLERS SS # 1,1. .3- '.: 3 medals for placing third in the breast, and fourth in the 200-
MORRIS AUTO SUPPLY BRAKES STARTER SS2 .'. \ \, ;3 3 200 yard medley and the 200- yard IM and 50 meter breast.
MFC ." ',t"? Carl who has been with
ENGINE OVERHAULS "3 3 meter medley. They also placed swimming
I 771-5636 .GENERATORS REGS AE (G]) ,,- .'. 3 -'" 3 fourth ia the 200 yard free NJST for a little over a year
MAD # 2 2" 4'AE and 200 meter free to win two has shown rapid improvement.

FINANCINGAVAILABLEI ((8)) 1 5 ribbons.All Ginny Bunn, another swimmerin
;: TTT ( events in yards denote the 15 -17 group, finished in
the short trials while
course the following events: first in the
Your is Needed
Help the long course events are mea- 100meter back; second In the
sured in meters). 100 yard back, fifth in the 200-
Special Services has announ- Pat Dazell, Cindy Puleo,Kathy
% Z& Z9' meter IM; and 6th in the 200-
ced that no new lounge chairs Nauman, and Cathy Nichols yard back.
i will be purchased for use at swimming in the 11-12 groups
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. swimming pool 419 due to the placed in the following events to NJST swimmers winning three
rough handling that the present be awarded three ribbons: 4th awards were: Kathy Nauman
lounges have received. In past In the 200 yard medley relay ((11 12)) 4th in the 100-meter
weeks several of the chairs have 4th in the .200 meter medley, breast, 5th in the 100 yard
been damaged beyond repair. wind 6th in the 200 meter free. breast and the 50 -meter breast;
i Help Special Services help you The 10 under boys teams Ellen Smalling ( 13 14)) 3rd
"i ____ by taking better care of YOUR bf 'Kevin Rockford, Wayne Johnson in the 100 meter fly, 4th in
fr 'equipment! and Rick and Mickey Stueb- the 50 meter free; and 4th in
ben came in fifth in the 200- the 100 yd fly; and Cindy Puleo
till 12) 4th in the 100 -
meter fly; 5th in the 100 meter
breast, and 6th in the 50 meter
breast.
FOR ALL YOUR BACK-TO-SCHOOL NEEDS
Those with two awards included -
: Linda Mayberry ((13 -
14)) 4th in the '200-METER
., breast and 6th in the 200 yard
breast; and Pat Dalzell (11 12))
5 'm 1st [In the 50 meter back and
4th in the 100- METER BACK.
UR PATIO
Receiving single awards were
Tom Cooper ((11 12)) with a
3rd place ribbon in the 100-
ct c D K B BR3I yard breast; Mary Kay Glaraton
((15 17)) for a 6th place ribbonin
I .' the 200 meter breast; and
:S Sandra Shadbum ( 10 under)
I for a 5th place ribbon in the
BR I L c 100 meter free.
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North Shore Pool in St. Peters-
I' 'Tf-c-- burg, with some 300 -400 young-
sters from throughout the state
representing the top six in each
Model B-4 event from each region. NJST
For those who like to get away from it all, this model boasts members were among the parti-
of a separated master bedroom, double closets and its own LET US HELPYOU WITH A cipants from Region I.
bath. Two more bedrooms, another bath and you have a
,distinctly different home. CREDIT UNION LOAN Even though most of the mem-
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short vacation following the
fax Aqdeiat Olympic meet they were back in

:BELL.A.IR: :: :: the Meet water held practicing this past for Monday the City and

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I Creagh, Peck Win Open and Seniors; Jax Takes Team Honors : I

Two sudden death play offs
climaxed the finish of the Sixth
Naval District Golf Tournamentlast r
Thursday, but the winner
had already been declared before -
the extra rounds began.
.,a M1 Ltjg. George Creagh of Key
l. West shot a 78 for a 294 totalto
win the Open's Division, hav-
ing led the four day tourney with
rounds of 71727378. Capt.
i.r4it Jim Deemer, USMC, of Memphis
finished in the number 2 spot
with rounds of 72-74-74-79--299.
The sudden death rounds were
between Cdr. Jim Kinder of NAS
Jax'and Elmer Cook of J Key West
for third place, and Billy G.
Sanders of Charleston and Larry
Miller of NAS Jax for 4th place. r
Cdr. Kinder ( 74-74-77-77--302)) 1. r
finished in third followed by Cook, M
Sanders and Miller.
Cdr. Ed Peck of Pensacola
who dominated the Senior's DIvision -
OPEN WINNERS./ .Copf. M. J. Stack congratulates the.top shot a 76 for a final total TEAM. Capt. M. J. Stack presents the team trophy to Cdr.
four winners In the Open Division. They are (from left to right) of 289 (74 69 70) and the Jim Kinder and other members of the HAS Jax team for their
Elmer Cook of Key West, fourth; Cdr. Jim Kinder of WAS Jax, championship of the division. first place win. Other team members Include Bill Maranville/// .. ..
third" ; (Copt SfocJc); Copf. Jim Deemer (USMC of Memphis, second Cdr. George Herider of Mayportwas Larry Miller/// and AI Miller.ftWriXX. ,
; and Lf/g./ George Creagh of Key West, winner/ of the tour. second with a 313, followedby ;-:
nament. Cdr. Bob Watkins of NAS Jax
with a 316. ,.r..<::: o-.::. : -=-::::: :-ij'
.;3 The Jax Navy team held their "'.
f r lead throughout the tourney to {r ." COUPONFREE I
finish first in the team standingswith F .
a total score of 1233, nine- .S :
teen points ahead of second place
Key West. The Jax squad of Cdr.
Kinder, Bill Maranville Al Mil- I COKE I
: ler, and Larry Miller all finishedin NAMBURGjR 1 1I
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the top ten.Presentations.
: +F .. were made at the o -I iT WITH THIS AD O
I NAS Golf Course, scene of the g AND ANY PURCHASE
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tourney, by Capt. M. J. Stack,
Commanding Officer.The captainwas V (only one to a customer, please))8. .:

assisted by Joe MacDonald, FRIDAY AUG. 12 THRU WEDNESDAY AUG. 17

'1 i 1* NAS Club pro Athletic, and FrankMacCaffrey Director and, 3
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tournament co ordinator. 1I1'11t103r. IItw'I' the Buses 1L
Ltjg.
LJiI OPEN'S DIVISION
CreaghKey( West), 294;Capt.Jim the World'* Greafpst Hamburqpr-QtillOnhj 1W
299 Cdr.
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Deemer, (Memphis ; L
SENIORS. .Copf. M. J. Stack, Commanding Officer of HAS Jim KlnderNASJax.302Elmer( ) ; _
Jax, congratulates the top three In the Seniors Division. Theyare Cook (Key West), 302; Billy B ::::=>:.:.:-:-::;.-." .::;::-.;:. ,COUPON

from 'left,to right: ,Cdr. George Herider of Ma/porf who, fin Sanders (Charleston), 306;Larry ,
ished second; (Capt. Stack); Cdr. Bob Catkins of HAS Jar, Miller (NAS Jax), 306; Al Miller .
third" ; and Cdr. Ed Peck of Pensacola who won the Seniors ti (NAS Jax) 309; William Ron
310
Matton, in (Pensacola), ;
tie. Mursch (Mayport), 313; and Bill
Maranville (NAS Jax ) 316.
SENIOR'S DIVISION -- Cdr.
I rIt !lfiBt Ed Peck (Pensacola), 289; Cdr.
George Herider (Mayltrt), 313;
Cdr. Bob Watkins (NASJax,316) ;
forcIng Lt. Vince Paladino (Memphis) j't, 4a ''l'v,'S1 '..(4
No Cool in a wet mOod"last Sunday 318; Lcdr. Paul Jula (NAS Jax)
The Intramural Bowling Pro- the postponing of the 'Model 324; Cdr. Jack Gierlsch (Pen-
was delayed from its original -, Air Show which was tohavebeen
gram sacola); 327; Maury Crepeau
starting date of Monday, presented by the Flying Rebels of (ComMlnLant); 342; Capt. Jim
August 8. The reason for the Jax, but let's all hope that he Pennington (Cecil Field), 346;
delay was attributed to the air will be in a more cooperativemood Capt. Jim Potter (ComFairJax)
conditioner-which apparently has on Sunday afternoon August 353; Mack Williams(Cecil Field),
lost its "cool"-Ing effect. The 21. The show has been rescheduled 364; and Joe Farkas (Charleston -
new date should be this coming for this date on Mack- ), 365.
Monday, butbowlers should check roth Field at 1 p.m. I 1 I 1 I
with the Athletic Office, Ext.
585, for the definite date. MILITARYAUTO

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Sports CalendarNAS ., '4Y

f' l 9 Cecil's Fall Sport Cal ..- ,. ; :

,' ender Is full of many different
1 / types of sports that are sure to / (S,, -
f: # attract participants by the score. ,

:: Here Is the line-up with start 'i{J'it.: ;
i ing dates and when to enter. fY*
y Tennis ':<' *

Tennis, the first of the fall
sports to get underway,will start I.
August 29. Entry forms for ten- ,,.
\ nis will be sent out August 8, at WILSON
I, y and must be returned August 22. I Ft"x f9 f W 9n ,,*, .\
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r ;t, <11. ;
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Volleyball Squash it*<''i: ": &BLANDING
and Squash start
Volleyball
'September 6. Entry forms go I i p SP11341or
; out August 16, and must be turned PHONE

In August .
30.Handball '
I : SP1-6601

IJ: Touch Footballs Entry Handball forms begins will September be sent out 7. Golf Course Svpt. ,,' :

August 17, and must be returned 65 BELAIR WAGON . . . .$2595
Closes In August 30. Leaves NAS CecilEd
Season Football Auto/trans., V.8, power steering, R&H, factoryair
Ii Football starts September 12. conditioning, solid blue' WSW, like new.
As the softball season comes Entry forms will be sent out Dyer, who has been NAS
;r, to a close touch football will August 15, and must be returned Cecil's Golf Course Superintendent 65 CHEVROLET 4 DR. SEDAN.$1895
begin catching the fancy of many since 1962, Is leaving.Mr. .
/ not later than September 6.
personnel aboard NAS Cecil. Dyer joined the Navy in Auto/trans., 6 cylinder, R&H, solid black, WSW,
;' The first game of the seasonis Bowling 1941 and retired at NAS Jack- still in new car warranty.
scheduled for September 12. Bowling also starts August 12, sonville as a CS1 In 1962. He
forms will be out but entry forms will not go out take
sent Cecil
NAS to
Entry then came to
65 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE. . . $2395
August 15, and must be return- until August 22, and will be returned the position as Greenskeeper.Since .
] ed to the Athletic Director Station September 6. he has been Superintendent .Auto/trans., V-8, PS, R&H, solid red, white
Gym, not later than September BasketballBasketball I at Cecil's, Golf Course It top, 7,500 actual miles, WSW, like new.
6.There. is the next major has been Improved time and
has been a change in sport on the schedule It begins time again into what it Is today. 65 CORVAIR COUPE . . .57495
the rules concerning the numberof September 19. Entry forms for Dyer is leaving Cecil to takea Standard shift, R&H, solid white, red Interior,
basketball will out August,
men on a team. The usual go position of Golf Course Super-
29, and must be returned September WSW, still in new car warranty.
six man team has been uppedto intendent at the Hidden Hills

seven men. Also some/ gamesat 13. Goff Country Club. 65 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN WAGON. .57895
Cecil may be played under Mr. Dyer resides with his wife
lights for the first time. There Golf Is the last to get Under- Lillian and their six boys at 7940 Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, solid black/ red interior,
: will also be a varsity team this way, it begins September21. En- Renior Drive in Jacksonville. WSW.
year. The team will be selected try forms for Golf will be sent
tt: after the regular 1M season is out August 30 and returned Sep- 65 MUSTANG . . . . .$1995
":& completed to compete in the 6ND tember 14. CecilVolleyball Standard shift, V.8, R&H, solid yellow, black'
Tourney.JaxlowlilgAssoc., All entries must be returned Interior, WSW, still in new car warranty. _
to the NAS Cecil Station Gym
not later than the last date ,In- Tryouts ScheduledAnyone /from.$2295
65 IMPALA SPORTS SEDAN
dicated.
Interested in trying 4 to choose from, full power, factory air conditioning -
their skill at the game of volleyball still In new car warranty.
n Set Joint Meeting is asked to report to
Officers9 Wives/ Bowling/
the,station gym on Tuesday,Aug. 64 MONZA COUPE.. . . . .$1295
!. The quarterly meeting of the 16, at 11:30. That Is the date 4 speed, R&H, WSW, solid, white, black' interior.
Greater Jacksonville Bowling Officers WivesBQwllng'LeagueIII that Mac McGuckin, NAS Cecil
Association will be held Jointly hold their organizational varsity coachhas set for prac-
with the Jacksonville Womens eeting at 10:00 a.m. Frida tice to begin for the coming
Bowling Association on Sunday, September 9 at the NAS Cecil season. Mac said the first tour-
August 28, at 2:00 p.m., in the owling Lanes. For further information nament is scheduled for early : t U4edeM4
George Washington Hotel, 305 contact Mrs. D. B. October, and he hopes to havea ;
W. Adams Street. The meeting Nichols at 771 6136. well rounded team by that
is being run as a combined affair time.
for the first time due to


the leagues steady in the area.growth Many of mixed of the ......J.;,t.r. ...IA-v.lQ;,..............,...........SV! """""",....CENTERft&S& ..._. :stiwl...v.....w... tia4... ...
league sanction problems and
league problems in general come SINGERAUTOMATIC I' 65 CAPRICE SUPER SPORT COUPE. $3595
.
4 from of joint mixed, meeting leagues will, This expedite type (: ZigZag From $41.00 or $5.00 mo. i Turbo let trans., 396 V-8 engine, power steering
& brakes electric windows R&H
many extras.
N the solving of these problemsin
: OTHER NAME BRANDS NEW & USED
one gathering.. r) 64 FALCON FUTURA . . .57295
:: FROM 14.95 ALL GUARANTEED. TV'S & 2 dr. standard shift V-8 R&H solid
j,The primary purpose of the hardtop, ,
meeting will be to conduct a }: VACUUM CLEANERS. EZ TERMS. PARTS 3 blue, WSW, extra, extra sharpe.

work shopfor league presidentsand :: & REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES.HBKSRsas&s&sasy ., 64 CHEVY II . . . . .,. .57795

will secretaries.be ,distributed League to league supplies secretaries :!: :;:::::::::==:::.-:::::::::::::::': ;; (oo--. :S W1SJxaiLi." ,.::-o:' ::::; 2 dr., standard shift, 6 cylinder, heater, tropic
for the 1966-67 bowling :: 61O6 'IO3rd m m.. 771-9166 v. turquoise, one owner.
season. 63 RENAULT DAUPHINE.$595

This meeting Is open to all 4 dr., solid red, WSW, 3 speed trans.
I bowlers In the Greater Jacksonville 63 IMPALA SUPER SPORT CONV.$1495
Association, but especially Autotrans.RelH 409 V-8 PS solid
I have invited already are men been and elected women as who officers MONEY IN 1 DAY white, blacLC' Interior, WSW. engine, ,

of leagues. Also,men and 62 CHEVY /II/ DELUXE . . .5895

t,. women league officers who desire are invited.to become 5 25 to $600ON 2-dr.extra, clean.standard shift, 6 cylinder, R&H, WSW,


r JAX'S GREATEST YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE 62 TEMPEST 4 DR. WAGON.$895
J Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how Auto/trans.. R&H, solid blue' blue interior, extra -
FURNITURE much you want. Pick up the cash at your conven- extra sharp. '
VALUES! Ience. Same-day service.

24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN 62 IMPALA 4 DR. WAGON.$1395

WHOLESALE You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt. Auto/trans., V-8, power steering & brakes, R&H,
PRICE TO EVERYONE solid blue, WSW, all original, extra, extra clean.

84.33 5.00 355.79 27.00
)I.. p- 751.80 9.00 427.57 25.00 62 VW BUS DELUXE. . . '. .57795
219.27 73.00 500.51 29.00 3 seats, R&H, 4 speed trans., extra, extra clean.

PAY 286.73 77.00 600.00 34.39 IMPALA SPORT COUPE.$695

99 Auto/trans., 6 cylinder, R&H, solid "'black. WSW,
SUNDAY Above Payments Include Interest.. extra nice car. -
TIL 6p.m.

\s DIAL ...AND MANY MORETO CHOOSE FROM


SURPLUS GOODS 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 HOURS.Mon.. Fri. 8:30 A. M. 'til '9:00 P. M.

DISCOUNT STORE 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359-2895 8:30) A. M. 'til 8:00 P. M.

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.; :). Sports Calendar r w SF

" .. ( J .:>i.;:'ni ,: NAS Cecil's Fall Sport Cal-

.... ender is full of many different
types of sports that are sure to
attract participants by the score.
Here is the line-up with start
i ing dates and when to enter. :e r;i t
.. .
Tennis A'
Tennis the first of the fall PI11l:5ff'tf.fl
ItkI
sports to get underway,will start --' -
August 29. Entry forms for ten- > .
nis will be sent out August 8,
t and must be returned August 22. t ri ;f
4 ifV4
Volleyball & Squash ) %j j ,,
r"bt: :i"
Volleyball and Squash start
'September 6. Entry forms go PHONISP11341or
out August 16, and must be turned I
in August 30.
Handball SP1-6601

.. Football Handball begins September 7. Golf Course Svpf.
: Entry forms will be sent out

I .,. August 17, and must be returned 65 BELAIR WAGON . . . .$2595
: Closes II August 30. Leaves NAS CecilEd
Season Football Auto/trans., V-8, power steering, R&H, factoryair
Football starts September 12. conditioning, solid blue, WSW, /like new.
t As the softball season comes Entry forms will be sent out Dyer, who has. been NAS
- begin catching the fancy of many since 1962, is leaving.Mr. .
6.
'not later than September
6 solid black
Auto/trans. R&H WSW
r personnel aboard NAS Cecil. Dyer joined the Navy in( cylinder, ,
1: The first game of the season Bowling 1941 and retired at NAS Jack- still in new car warranty.
; is scheduled for September 12. Bowling also starts August 12, sonville as a CSl in 1962. He
Entry forms will be sent out but entry forms will not go out NAS Cecil to take
then came to
. .
$2395
IMPALA CONVERTIBLE.
/
22 and will be
until August returned -
August 15, and must be returned the position as Greenskeeper.Since .
r to the Athletic Director, Sta- September 6. he has been Superintendent .Auto/trans., V-8, PS, R&H, solid red, white
tion Gym, not later than September BasketballBasketball at Cecil's Golf Course it top, 7,500 actual miles, WSW, like new. .
6. is the next major has been Improved time and
"\ There has been a change in sport on the schedule, it begins time again into what it is today. 65 CORVAIR COUPE . . .51495
t: the rules ,concerning the numberof September 19. Entry forms for Dyer is leaving Cecil to takea Standard shift, R&H, solid white, red Interior,
men' on a team. The usual basketball will go out August position of Golf Course Super-
.... six man team has been upped 29, and mustbe returned September intendent at the' Hidden Hills WSW, still in new car warranty.

.., to seven men. Also some games 13. Golf Country Qub. 65 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN WAGON. .$/1895
: at Cecil may be played under Mr. Dyer resides with his wife
lights for the first time. There Golf is the last to get Under- Lillian and their six boys at 7940 Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, solid black, red,interior,
:7 will also be a varsity team this way, it begins September En- Renior Drive in Jacksonville. WSW.
a year. The team will be selected try forms for Golf will be sent
,. after the regular IM season is out August'30 and returned Sep- 65 MUSTANG . . . . .$1995
; Cecil
completed to compete in the 6ND tember 14. Volleyball Standard shift, V-8, R&H, solid yellow, black
rf/ Tourney. All entries must be returned interior, WSW, still in new car warranty. ...
\, .to the NAS Cecil Station Gym ScheduledAnyone ;
not later than the last date ,In- Tryonts '
IMPALA SPORTS SEDAN /from .52295
: JaxlowliMgAssoc.Sri dicated. interested in trying 4 to choose from, full power, factory air con '

their skill at the game 'of volleyball ditioning/ still' In new car warranty. .
I: Joint Muting is asked to report to
Officers' Wives Bowling
/ the station gym on Tuesday,Aug. 64 MONZA CO /PE. . . . .$1295
f The quarterly meeting of the 16, at 11:30. That, is 'the date 4 speed, R&H, WSW, solid white, black "interior.(2T'4ed .
Greater Jacksonville Bowling Officers Wives Bowling League that Mac McGuckin, NAS Cecil "
Association will be held jointly will hold their organizational varsity coachhas set for prac-
with the Jacksonville Womens meeting at 10:00 a.m. Frida tice to begin for the coming
Bowling Association on Sunday, September 9 at the NAS Cecil season. Mac said the first tour-
August 28, at 2:00 p.m., in the fowling Lanes. For further information nament is scheduled for early
George Washington Hotel, 305 contact Mrs. D. B. October, and he hopes to havea
,, W. Adams Street. The meeting Nichols at 771 6136. well rounded team by that
of is being run as a combined affair time.
for the first time due to
the steady growth of mixed 1' CENTER i eM4
IDEAL SEWMG
leagues In the area. Many of the ..:-J i..r.:..:.__..'Y'Ao.o.o.oo.O.:.......... ;;...........-...."....<< OO; ..........._. ..:.:.:.:-:... :-.o;..g .... _.
league sanction problems and ( ft
league problems in general corns : SINGER AUTOMATIC 65 CAPRICE SUPER SPORT COUPE. $3595

from of joint mixed, meeting leagues will, This expedite type U f: ZigZag From $41.00 or $5.00 mo. Turbo jet trans., 396 V-8 engine, power steering
#
& brakes electric windows R&H
many extras.
the solving' of these problems
I in one rathering.. f OTHER NAME BRANDS NEW & USED 3 64 FALCON FUTURA.$1295/

t. .:,The primary purpose of the :1: FROM 14.95 ALL GUARANTEED. TV'S & 2 dr., hardtop, standard shift, V-8, R&H, solid
t meeting will be to conduct a r VACUUM CLEANERS. EZ TERMS. PARTS blue, WSW; extra, extra sharpe.

w work :. shop for league presidents |:: & REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES.sta&tt&fi&ffi ., J'':: 64 CHEVY II . . . . ., .5//95/
: and secretaries. League supplies 2 dr. standard shift 6 heater
will be distributed to league sec- :::::: ::::::::::':;:OW"'W : :=;:; cylinder, tropic

I. retaries for the 1966-67 bowling :{:j:61O6 '!O3rdSt. 77191661MONEY ;; turquoise, one owner.
season. 63 RENAULT DAUPHINE.$595

This meeting Is open to all 4 dr., solid red, WSW, 3 speed trans.

bowlers in the Greater Jacksonville IMPALA/ SUPER SPORT CONV '. 5/495/
Association, but especially Autotrans.R&H 409 V-8
engine, PS, solid
Invited are men and women who IN 1 DAY white, black/ Interior, WSW.
have already been elected as officers -
leagues. Alsomenandwomen 62 CHEVY II DELUXE.$895

league officers who desire are invited.to become $25 to $600ON 1 extra-Jr., clean.standard shift, 6 cylinder, R&H, WSW, ,-

t
JAX'S GREATEST YOUR SIGNATURE ARRANGED BY PHONE 62 TEMPEST 4 DR. WAGON.$895
Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how Autotrans.R&H, solid blue/ blue interior, extra
FURNITURE much you want. Pick up the cash at your convene extra sharp./ .
VALUES! fence. Same-day service.

24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN 62 IMPALA 4 DR. WAGON. '* . .$1395 '

WHOLESALE You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt. Auto/trans., V-8, power steering & brakes, R&H,
PRICE TO EVERYONE solid blue, WSW, all original, extra, extra clean.
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\ i $ 84.33 5.00 ,355.79 2 J.OO
]. a" J5J.80 9.00 427.5J 25.00 62 VW BUS DELUXE . . . .5//9S/
OPEN 2J9.27 J3.oo SOO.5J 29.00 3 seats, R&H, 4 speed trans., extra, extra clean.

DAY 286.73 J7.00 600.00 34.39 59 /IMPALA SPORT COUPE.$695

99 Auto/trans., 6 cylinder, R&H, solid. black/ WSW,
SIN0AYTL Above Payments Include Interest. extra nice car.
6pm

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finance. Company

'' SURPLUS GOODS 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 Mon. 'Fri. 8:30 A. M. 'til '9:00 P. M.

.t't' DISCOUNT STORE 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359-2895 HOURS: Sat. 8:30: ) A. M. 't118:00 P. M.

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A recent message from the
... Bureau of Medicine and
Navy's
...- .... :+ Surgery has requested the Blood Due At Cecil FieldNAS
.,..+ Donor Center of the NAS Jax
!f'- hospital to provide 35 units(pints)
.. .., of "0" Positive and Negative Cecil Field has been sel- tions which carry material related -
.. ., > blood weekly for the Frozen Blood ected as one of 15 shore stations to dependents. La I son also
: )' Project. These 35 units will to receive a "Family Ser- will be maintained with the Navy
ri"- be shipped to. the U. S. Naval vice Center" now being plannedby League, Navy Wives Clubs of
c: ; Hosptlal, Chelsea, Massachusetts the Bureau of Personnel.The America, the new Navy Wife-
for processing and freezingand Centers, which will give line Association(which publishes
then flown to Viet Nam. In Navy families a central officeto a quarterly newsletter containing \
_w Viet Nam the blood will be reconstituted which they may go for information news and features about what 'r
i and given to wounded advice, and assistance The Navy is doing and how the :'
U. S. fighting men. Since "O" will eventually be actions will affect dependents),
negative blood Is found in only opened at all major shore in and other Navy oriented organi-
.,5% of the population, a special stallations.The zations.
; ---- effort will have to be made in "
Navy envisions that the One method to be employed
order for us to fill the quota. new Family Service Centers also by the Branch to carry out the
COMMANDER MAX E. MALAN, (center), Commanding Officer The Navy Blood Donor Cen- will conduct clinics to insure that aspect of command responsibility -
b of VA-44 accepts the squaJron's first TA-4F from Lcdr. Bill/// ter, located on Ward B-3 at the Navy families understand the is the Navy "Familygram.!'

;' Newman, VRF-3J, while/ // Captain S. D. Wright, Commanding Naval Hospital, will also needs haveto of military and service-connected The Familygram Is designed to
supply the everyday benefits authorized in numerous convey Information about the unit,
Officer of HAS Cecil/ Field/ / looks on. ,
the Blood donated at
;, hospital. laws, and the administrative reg- employments, and accomplishments -
the Center is given free of chargeto ulations and customs of the com- by particular members.
: "New Jet For VA44Attack any patient who needs it. Most mand in which they serve. It The Dependent's Information
I i
of the blood drawn at the Center Is expected that the Centers will Branch reviews and critiques _
is donated by military per- also lighten the burden of the the letters upon request and offers t
Squadron Forty Four ment pilots. The aircraft is a sonnel attached to the various Red Cross and Navy Relief So- guidelines on setting up the
received the first Douglas TA- two seat version of the A-4E commands of the Naval Air Sta- ciety. program.The .
4F last week to be used in the and in addition has nose wheel Jacksonville. Another program also designedto new Branch also will maintain -
training of Air Lam Replace- steering, hydraulic operated The City of Jacksonville. also give more personalized assistance liason with the Family Serv-
wing spoilers, and a higher trust has a blood bank and they are to the Navy family is ice Centers as they are established -
: a engine. The operating weight of authorized to draw blood from the Dependent's Information, by the Bureau of Person-
NAMTD C "fr..srl.str the trainer Is slightly 'greater' :all civilian"employees, the var- Branch established within the of, nel. The Branch will make sure
than that of the A -.4E: ,ious naval installations'' and from 'flee':of.'the Chief of Information.. that 'fclavy families.are Jfully'informed -
The TA ,1-' 4F Is equipped to. :military>personnel stationed':at;; ''Ity 'alnTls 1 'educate Navy m-'! 'of the services: 'available
: handle" various'syllabus hops including the NatfaTStation, Mayport and illes :about various Navy activities at the Centers. '(
familiarization, Instru- 'Naval :Air 'Station,' Cecil Field., '! which 'have 'a bearing on Ultimate goal of the new Branch .
The "Naval Air Maintenance ments and navigation, radar for Fifty percent of the blood drawn or are related to family life. is to get ''pertinent and accurate
Training East Instructor of the mation and tactics, weapons delivery by them is maintained as a'creditto The Branch will plan,initiate and information the families regarding -
Year" competition was held'last and carrier qualification.The the Navy. The record of coordinate information programs everything from personal 'I
week In the training building at addition of these aircraft to this credit Is maintained at the specifically for the family; pin- actions that affect dependents to
NAS Cecil Field. Capturing first the squadron will release A 4C NAS Jax Dispensary.Any point weaknesses in the area of availability of station housing --
place honors among the 15 instructor and A 4E aircraft for use In civilian employee or mil dependent's information and develop and in a language they can un-
contestants was ADJC the itary man requiring blood for programs to counter the derstand.
Arthur L. Wisner of Naval Air himself or for his bona fide dependent deficiencies; establish new or Both the Family Service Canter -
Maintenance Training Deatch- fleet.DEADLIKE can request blood credit improved liason between the offices and Dependent's Information "
ment 1016, based, at NAS Cecil from the bank free of charge. with an interest In depend- Branch programs originally were
Field. The first alternate selection -. These credits are transferrable ent's activities and In the information recommended for adoption by the
John A. Haggi- and can be used anywhere in the
was Ssgt. program; and create Alford Retention Task Force that
gan, USMC while second i alter- United States. By agreement, similar communications lines made a year-long sttdyof career '.
nate' 'went to AQ1 Ronald P.. Articles for publication in blood is also exchanged betweenthe between the office of information retension ,for the Secretary 1
Dykman. the AFTERBURNER must be two Blood Banks, one type and the editors of Navy.publica- the, Navy.
Next, Chief Wisner will 'submitted before 4 PM on for another as the situation re-
t. compete in the run off atN a m- the Monday proceeding that quires.
TraGru Headquarters in Mem- week's edition. Submit your Military and civilian personnel AF Pilot Now In VA-44 II
for the title of"Nam- desiring to donate their bloodto
phis, Tenn: artiCles in person at the Afterburner -
TraGru Instructor of the Year.". Office in Bldg. 12 this worthwhile cause shoud Captain David L. Wagner, assigned Fighter Wing, Myrtle Beach, f
.. ;. The winner of this title will represent or call ext. 8163, NAS Cecil contact the Naval Air Station to Navy Attack Squadron South Carolina. I
o NamTraGru at the Annual Field. Dispensary, Jacksonville, Tele- Forty Four based at NAS Cecil Captain Wagner began his duty
.,,' Schoolmaster Competition con- phone 387-7711, Ext. 269 or their Field, made his first carrier as a Navy Attack Pilot by walking .
ducted by the Chief of Naval Air local donor representative. landing In an A 4 Skyhawkon aboard the USS Lexington, \
Technical Training. ;.... .w-. .. August 2 aboard the USS Lex- moored at Pensacola, Fla. His
,Chief Wisner reported to Nam- ington. Captain Wagner Is an first impression of the carrier ,
TraDet 1016 In June of 1964., instructor pilot with the squadron was that it was quite enormous. i
under the Navy and Air Force However, after his first catapult
Exchange Program. Prior to reporting shot, he looked down at the ship
'to VA 44 he was a and said to himself, "Gee,is that .
tactical fighter pilot with the ship ever small! It sure Isn't two
primary duty_as Assistant Com- miles of concrete runway It's
mander Standardization/Evalua- ,only three football fields long!" I
tion Flight of 354th Tactical As Captain Wagner landed aboard
..,., the carrier and was brought for- .
1 ward for another "cat shot", he }I'It
was impressed by the teamworkand
\ coordination with which the
flight deck crew}handled the many
aircraft.
In May of 1966, Captain Wag-
ner reported to the squadronand
was assigned to the weapons
: 4, training division. He is a '
R. A. J A H I N, driver training Instructor of HAS Cecil/ Field, graduate of Duke< University
keeps a careful eye on one of his students during parallel parking Durham, N. C. and holds a Bach-
practice. elor of Science degree in Civil
, Engineering. He received his
; _' Ti commission through the ROTC
::1 y A f Driver Training At CecilSince program in 1955, acquired his

'wlngs" in June of 1957, and
the turn of the century, its, the number of traffic accidents became a Senior Pilot in June
LCDR./ J. K. DONALDSON, more Americans have died in should be greatly re- 1964. n
Officer In Charge, NAMTD, motor vehicle accidents than In duced. Captain Wagner and his wife,
congratulates Chief A. L. W/s-/ all our nation's wars Includingthe Driving training programsthebest Jeanne have two children, Sharon -
ner, vtlnnerof "Naval/Air Maintenance Revolution. If all drivers means for producing good Lea and Duff Bernard, and
East Instructor of the learn the proper way to drive are presently residing at_1647
Continued on Page 2 Mt. Vernon Dr. Jacksonville.
WAGNER
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I (Editorial ViewPont; ,HAS Divine CecllFlelct Services.' Chaplains Message


M HMHM HnBHBOannHi MMM BHiHBH lBB MBBHBHB TALENTSBy
PROTESTANTToday Father/ T. J. WoottenOne
of God's Commandments is "thou shall not kill." For
YOU HOLD THE REINSDo Choir Practice at 7 p.m. too many of us this commandment prohibits killing of another
Sunday human or the taking of one's own life. But this, Law Is far most
Sunday School at 9:30: a.m. comprehensive In Its nature and Intended end. The very natureof
you know that no man is more or less Important than you Chapel Service at 10:30: a.m. the Commandment elicits not only wonder but also disgust at .
are when it comes to voting. As an American citizen, eligibleto Communion on the first Sunday ourselves when we grasp the genuine meaning of what God wants :
vote, you are a king. More important, you hold the reins to of the month. for us In our life time. ?,'
our whole-system of government with your vote. "Thou shalt not kill" means In its nature every human being'';
Most people who vote do so because they want to see a particular CATHOLICDaily should and must develop himself in such, a manner that he is, \
candidate or political party win the election. If they decidenot -. responsible for his spiritual and material welfare and that of.his. .'*
to vote, it Is often because they think their candidate will win 11:20 .in. Mass" neighbor. ,

anyhow, or lose anyhow, regardless of their vote. Sunday In view of such a Devine Legislation, we are amazed at the
One vote, they feel, "won't make any difference. 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con Simplicity of the wisdom contained in this Commandment.We .
There are many, many cases to prove this ,theory wrong. One fessions heard' before each ''know ,the world would be in a better condition, anyway we viewit
goes like,this: Mass. if every man fully developed every talent he possessed in the
An Oregon Schoolteacher went to her voting booth. While casting JEWISHCall spiritual and material sphere. This Is most-simple to prove ..
her ballot in a local election, she noticed that no candidates were if every human practiced ,Justice and if every man utilizedhis
listed for a certain precinct committeeman's Job. She wrote in Ext. 311 for Information talents, would not a great extent of present poverty. be '

.. Jewish Services. eradicated from the face of the earth?
.
\
\- We should think often and well about this Commandment of God,.,
Continued from 1 for if each one of us did, this earth would be a happier.place of
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4\ Blueprint For Freedom residence for alf of us. And this God Intended at our creation..
drivers, are offered In most .
school systems throughout the Sscvrity'str1 ten Franklin .'
4 I \ U. S.The. ...
l driver training program at Ships Over .
NAS Cecil which began in Jan M
U.1ryof 1964, IssponsoredbyBu-
Pers and is available to all military Aviation Electrician's Mate 1st
I personnel (dependents may Class Benny E, Franklin, a nine
I Iq take advantage of the program year veteran, reenlisted for four
during the summer months.) more years last week
Forty five hours is the Franklin joined Naval Air
0 minimum amount of time In which Maintenance Training Group in
a student may complete the 1965, and is presently an instructor -
course. Minimum requirements, at NAMTRADET' 1033 at NAS
for the driving program are 30 Cecil Field. Before coming to

her own name, cast her vote, and went back to her classroom.Two hours of classroom instruction, NAMTG, he served In VA34
days later the teacher was notified she had won the election. 12 hours in a simulated trainer, at NAS Cecil Field, VT 7
Her one vote had brought her to public office and, as It happens, and at least 3 hours behind the at NAS Kingsville (Texas), and
she served so well that she has been running for and winning the wheel on the driver practice BTG 7 at NAS Memphis(Term).
same post ever since. course. Students may receive flL- He is married to the former
Countless, other examples of one vote electing an official are more than ,3 hours behind the Lanette Bracklin of Ashford,Ala
in the records. It happens that way; one vote can do it. And that wheel if the instructor, R. A. bama and has two boys, Jeffreyand
vote may be yours. Janin, deems it necessary.. Mark.
There's an offyear' election coming up Nov. 8. You will be hearing NAS Cecil Field's Ground
about it from your Voting Officer. As a matter of fact Sept. 28 Safety Officer, R. W. Blanchard,
has been declared Armed Forces Voters Day. said that Cecil is one of the
Very possibly you will be voting by ,absentee ballot. I 'sno, eight ''bases where the Navy
problem. In.fact, It's easy. If you are of.voting age all you'do is .- has Installed a "Driver' Improvement JONES
send a special application form tei your,home State; 'It'is known as 0" Trainer.:" The trainer -,
the Federal Post Card Application Form, commonly referred' parked on, the east' side of Meet Frank 1'. Jones; Security
as the FPCA. No doubt ,you will get yours In plenty of time. Get the photo lab, is equipped with Guard afNAS Cecil Field.
the facts in the personnel office or, better yet, ask your Voting 12 driving simulators which pro- Most of the Security Force at'
Officer. vide all phases of motivationon Cecil have a militarybackground
Remember, America is only as strong as the American voter, a stationary basis. It also and Mr. Jones is no exception.He .
and power exists only where It is exercised. Don't lose your vote. has a 16 mm projector which enlisted in the Navy in May .-
Use it. (AFNB) creates the different simulated of 1942 and was discharged as a
driving, conditions to which the GM3 In October of 1945 with '
.students must respond. Each three bronze stars and a Presi- t .

| Htlpffd Hints From The Police Dept.If | driving computor simulator that records is wired student intoa this dential tour,Commendation.Mr. Jones was part During of 1

errors on the spot. the "Armed Guard" for mer- "
Upon successful completion of chant 'marine vessels. In April, "
you should have something stolen, have an accident, or need the course, students receive a 1947, he Joined the Army and ser-
your Police Department for any reason, call them from the nearest State Board of Education Driver ved for three years' before his FRANKLIN'
telephone (ext. 381)) and remain at the scene. The police not only Education Certificate. discharge as a corporal.
make a report, they also make a preliminary Investigation. When The program is moving to Before coming to Cecil's Security Award For VA-36
you leave the scene you are selling yourself short, because all Mayport, in September,however, Force in April of this year
the policeman can do is to make a report. To you there may not Mr. Blanchard expects to returnto ,Jones was employed by the Pre-
be anything at the scene to estigate, but to the trained eye there Cecil with the driving program ferred Traveler's Automobile Attack Squadron 36, home-
may be an item that will lead to the! perpetrator. In the case ofa before the end of this year. Association and he also raised based at NAS Cecil Field, has
hit-and-run accident where ';he victim leaves the scene, all we poultry to contribute to his liv- been named a winner of the
can do is make a report that you reported the accident to us. If Jack Benny lIhood.' Chief of Naval Operations Avia-
we go to the scene and see the debris, we can state "an accident Frank and his wife Gloria tion Safety Award for Fiscal
occurred." If you leave the scene, then we can only state "you Advances live at 5548 Vista Verde herein Year 1966. VA-36 was one of
told us an accident occurred." Jacksonville with their 9 children 6 Atlantic Fleet Naval Air Force
Another case Is like the little old lady who calls the police because Jack Benny Wood' advanced to all boys. squadrons to win the coveted
the neighborhood children are playing, In her yard. Upon Aviation Fire Control Technician award. For the "Roadrunners"of
finishing the call, she Immediately runs to the door and tells the Chief last month. Wood,was the AwardPetty VA-36 it marks the second
children, "I Just called the police and they are going to fix you for first to make chief petty officer 6th GC consecutive year they have won
playing in my yard. Naturally all the children run. In a matterof since VC 4's Detachment Alpha the award. The squadron flies
minutes, the police arrive and there's not a child in sight. The based at NAS Cecil Field, was Officer First Class JohnH. the A4C Skyhawk.The .
little old lady tells the police, "You people never catch anyone r' commissioned in July of 1964.A .' ',Rosenbeck, currently attached award has been presentedeach
This is typical of most people as they do not give the police an native of Jonesboro, Arkansas to Attack Squadron One Seven year since its inception in
opportunity to function. Call us, we will come to you, don't come Wood subsequently was Four at NAS Cecil Field, was 1955 to the top Navy and Marine ,
to us. transferred and is participating presented with his sixth consecutive Corps squadrons who have;
in the Navy's new Associate Degree Good Conduct Award at an accident-free record and
Program. morning quarters last week by
maintain the "Readiness
,.,...,.. ,.. I '" '' I.-. Commander G.L.Gray Jr.,Commanding Safety" concept of the through award;,
Officer of VA 174. Competition for this year'swinners
16-116-'V"'Vc.. Rosenbeck has earned these six was l keen with 46 eli-
awards over his 19 years and gible squadrons for the
The Afterburner Is a civilian enterprise competing ?
newspaper six months of active service.The
published each Thursday for the special Interest of sixth Good Conduct Award merits award.the Competition was based '

personnel of the U. 's. Naval/ Air Station, Cecil Field, special recognition as it establi- on 1966. period During July this 1965 time to July the

Fla. by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. shes eligibility to wear a silver "Roadrunners" made several
Hews material submitted use In the Afterburner must f star on the Good Conduct Service deployments, including an eight-
be forwarded to reach The Afterburner, Box W J J J, USHAS Medal in lieu of bronze stars. month tour of duty with the
Cecil Field, Fla., not later than 8 a.m. on the Monday Rosenbeck is the son of Mr.and Seventh Fleet in the Pacific,
Mrs. John H. Rosenbeck Sr. of
,
preceding publication. Items will be accepted by phoneat b;: 396 Park Avenue, Torrington, flying nuclear-powered from the decks carrier of USS the

771-3211 ext. 8163. Advertisements are solicited by Conneticut. He graduated from Enterprise It the South China
the publisher and Inquires regarding advertising shouldbe Torrington High School, priorto Sea off Vietnam.
directed to: enlisting in the Navy, In June While off Vietnam, the squadron -
The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd., of 1947. dropped more than three anda
He Is married
322/0/ 387 445? to the former half million of
Jacksonville, Florida, Telephone i iv Miss Mildred M. Vick of Capron, pounds ordnanceon
enemy targets without groundor
The
Rosenbeck's
Virginia.
20 August 11, 1966 curirently flight accident. The "Road-
VOL. JO NO. reside at 6132 Sudbury
runners"
commanded
are by
Avenue, Jacksonville, with their
Commander Thornton F. Rush,
WOOD two sons, Douglas and Rick.
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: :\' < Oldest City Fla. Jr. College's Evening .


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, .' 401st Anniv., Classes
,
y ;, Register Tonight

Party's SetA
Registration for evening classes provided by The Florida Junior
College at Jacksonville will be ort tonight from 7 to 9 p.m. in the
R7tp" mid -"'. .ugust ,variety show Fernandina Beach High School.
,and St. .A g\stine's 401st birth Courses available in the Fernandina' Beach section will give three .
day party are promised this hours 'of college credits each, and Coordinaotr. of Evening Studied
,.month.for visitors' to this nation's T. A. Delegal emphasized that ,these credits are transferable,to : ,
oldest' city any Florida i institution of higher.learning.. : '
The Royal Garden the Courtof In announcing the' time and .. .,
Spain in 1672'will be the :set- place for interested persons to Course 'No.101Sed.F1Thurs-: ,

Artist's Conception Of New Beaver Street 'Baptist Church. ting for the mid-month. variety sign up, it was pointed out that day evenings, ,registration in
show as the St. Augustine Pilot the facility will be open to any- room C3.
Club presents the "Royal Com- one wishing to take the subjects COLLEGE MATHEMATICS i ':
New ; Church mand Performance" on Monday offered. A fee of$8.50 per credit Course .No. 101; stc.'fl. Tuesday ( .
Baptist evening August 15 at 8 o'clockin hour Is payable upon registration evenings, registration 'In
I' the St.Augustine's Amphitheatre. Fernandina Beach classes will '
begin the week of August 22 ,and room Cl. '
Dedication Is' SundayDedication Presented to benefit St. sessions will last from 7. to 9:45 AMERICAN FEDERAL
I' Augustine's outdoor drama p.m. GOVERNMENT Course no 201,
Sec. Fl, Monday evenings, registration .-
"Cross and Sword", this fast- Interested direct
ceremonies for the new Beaver Street Baptist Church persons may in C2.
sanctuary,Just completed at 2591 West Beaver Street, will be heldat moving show will feature numb- queries to Mr. Delegal or to room
2:30 P.M. on Sunday, August 14, according to an announcement ers ranging from a Spanish Gyp- the Registrar, at campus head- LIFE IN ITS PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT
made by Dr. W. E. Dowell, pastor of the church. The public is sy dance to a Pas de Deux quarters in Jacksonville.A Course No. 102
invited to attend the special service jo be held in the new church as the regally costumed St. Aug- description of courses avail and 103 Fl. Thursday and
sanctuary, one of the most, unique church buildings! in the entire ustine Royal Family and guests able and related details follows: Monday evenings, registration \
country.- enjoy an evening of international ENGLISH COMPOSITION, room Cl.ORIGINS. ;
entertainment. Course No. 101, Sec. Fl and OF AMERICAN '
that all
seum style, so personsare
u After this dedication, a weeklong close to the pulpit and dais. Acts performed by both St. F2, on Tuesday and Wednesday SOCIETY Course No.. 101, Sec.
Augustine residents and cast evenings registration in F2 and Wed-
't" revival will be held from room Monday Tuesday
... Monday, August 15 through Sun- The structure is entirely air members of "Cross and Sword", C2.WESTERN nesday evenings registration. in
.. include an Italian vocal selection,
day, August 21. People of all conditioned by a 148 ton unit. ,an acrobatic ,dance a Spanish CIVILIZATION room C3.
faiths are invited to attend any More than 4000 cubic yards of
solo, duets and ,
guitar varied
".' ,' of the services which will be concrete were used in the con- '
solos and male and female dance
conducted at 7:30 p.m.each.even- struction of the new church which = flt.
from "Cross and
ing during the week. has 6500 square feet of stained troupes Sword". A ,I '.
5:3:
The nationally famous Land- glass windows. Of prestressed :
mark Baptist Temple Quartetof concrete and steel construction August 25 27, the St. Aug- t. ,
Cincinnati will be featured at the church comprises more than ustine Jaycees will present E_ USED CARS f
the revival services which will 37,000 square feet of floor spaceon "Days in Spain", as the oldest i
be led by Dr.John Rawllngs,well- three levels. city in the United States observes = ..
known evangelist. its 401st birthday with three I

On Saturday, August 20, begin- Built at a cost of $625,000the days of merrymaking. Main location -
ning at 1 p.m.', the church will new sanctuary representessix for the fiesta will be narrow DUVAL MOTORS
hold an open house for the pub- years' of planning and more St. George Street where color-
lic to inspect the new sanctuary than a year of construction. Architects ful booths Will be set up to offer -
building. for santurary were Kel- visitors all sorts of foods and
ley and Associates of Jack games
f". Circular in shape, the sanc- sonville, and the contractor was
, tuaryjs 156 feet in diameter and the Fred C. Gardner Company Galat processions featuring SAN JUAN LOT
53. feet high, at the< center.' A also of Jacksonville."The unique heads imported< : Spain
congregation of 3000 persons can will open and close "Days in -- OFF ROOSEVELT
be seated on two levels in coll new Beaver Street Bap- Spain. while the last night will
tist Church sanctuary was be. climaxed by'the cutting of a
designed for the benefit of the gigantic 401 candle birthdaycake.
lax U. Fall congregation," Dr. Powell'said, "* ; 65 FORD 2 DR. HARDTOP.$1795 1
and we feel that it will be For further information con- = R&H.
RegistrationIs the most outstanding House of cerning the "Royal Command =
the Lord in the South. We invite Performance" and "Days in 65 CHEVROLET 4 DR. SEDAN. .' $1595 :>; i iE

Sepf.1-2 all residents of this area to attend Spain", write: Chamber of Com t R&H. ':

our dedication service on merce, 10 Castillo Drive, St. = 65 COMET WAGON. . . . 57695 1
Registration for the fall semester August 14," he said. Augustine, Florida 32084. 4 dr., auto/trans.., R&H. !
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will be held Jacksonville .II
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University Sept. '1-2, acting f = 65 FALCON CONVERTIBLE. . .. .57750.

Registrar James R. Barbour an- : lEST SEAFOOD CHICKEN ANYWHEREI! s === Auto/trans., R&H. ':.: ,, ;'.

nounced recently CONVENIENT DRIVE-IN SPACE = 65 GALAXIE "500".. . . ...57895
Students may register from 9 -, '. : .
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each day. Both day and evening "
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registration will be by appoint- FRIED f CHICKEN $ MUSTANG :O' f':,,
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All students who have attended : '
JU since January will auto- ( BASKET ((4 pcs) jf __ 64 FORD 4 DR. HARDTOP.-$149'; ', .
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matically receive registration French Fries =-= V-8, R&H, power steering. .'...'",, :fflffi' ? ;...'.,'' .: "'

turning appointments students Barbour who said.have Re-not Call; Ahead Hush PuppiesCole I = 63 DODGE DART HARDTOP . ',';;':.$Y'95L'' :;; : 'Y."

attend JU since December 1965 f 384-2386 SowFILLET/ === 2 dr., auto/trans., R&H."J. ,. :

must apply for readmission, i4 63 FORD WAGON . . . '. ..57695''"' .
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through r i 9 ''full air conditioning/ V "
by Aug. 24. : French Fries = passenger, power, \;

A late registration period will Hush Puppies I il II 61 THUNDERBIRD CONVERTIBLE. .$i295-' ?
5-9. Hours will
be held
Sept.
be from 10 to 3 p.m. daily and 't Tartar Sauce ] E3! Full power, Including air conditioning. .. '

from 6 to'8'p.m. Monday through //eg ST.fO 1 I r
Thursday. Classes begin Labor _- 61 FORD VICTORIA 2 DR. HARDTOP. .5895 i .J
Day, Sept. 5. 4621 SIM JiwAve. auto/trans., R&H, power steering, likenew. t,,' .
A complete schedule of courses oJ'( I
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to be offered during the 1966-67 I'V8 60 ENGLISH FORD. . . '. \ .$395 r' p;.' '. :
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and winter now .
semesters
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NATTC : Club Notes NARTU News & ViewsA


Behind The Scene Naval Air' Reserve Division (NARDIV), attached to NARTU
; ,J ax N WC #86 Jax, will be commissioned during ceremonies at the Naval Reserve

By I Idell I FondingslandGoing The members of Navy Wives Training Center in Miami, Florida August 27. '
i
Club Jax 1## 86,held their business Rear Adm. Richard L. Fowler Chief,of Naval Air Reserve Training -
Camping? NATTC's Special Services has added four meeting last Wednesday eveningat with.headquarters! : in_Glenview, m., will officially commemoratethe
7x9 foot tents to their long list of recreation equipment. The tents the clubhouse aboard the Naval opening of the N AHJJ IV.
sleep up to four adults and are availablefor our use at the checkout Air Station. The newly commissioned NAR maintenance, intelligence administration -
office in Building 563. Also new are left handed golf clubs. The following ladies were introduced DIV will be staffed by nine active and ordnance.

......****......*...... guests: Mrs.Thomas duty enlisted, personnel who will Naval reserve Air Reserve forces Divisions of speci-
for the trainingof create
Dunn, Mrs. Pedro Amador, Mrs. act as a nucleus
AE1 William L. Mumperwas Mumper's name. ,Joel Henderson, Mrs.Alvin Stone the weekend reserves. alists who would report to avia-
presented with a plaque from Upon retirement ,Mumper will and Mrs. James Hawkins. With billets for ten line officers tion ships and fill needed posi-
Phase II of AE School on August become an auctioneer. He attended Mrs. Larry Burgess, Club a medical and dental officer tions with the regular Navy's
5, when he retired to, the Fleet Auctioneer School whileon Chaplain, installed Mrs. Thomas and 159 enlisted men, the units in times of crisis.
Reserve. leave last year and since Halpin, Mrs. Edgar Trittschuhand training will consist of aviation Naval Air activity returns to
The plaque consisted of gavel then has cried many auctionsin Mrs. Billy J. Howard as new' Miami, having !been away since
and a metal plate inscribed with the area and around the state. members of the organization.Mrs. March of 1959 'when the Miami.'
Wilbert Wagner reportedthat ]"' Naval Air Station was closed and
I the family picnic held at the its facilities moved to Jackson-
Skeet Club on the Naval Air Station rI ville.
GURNEY'S TV SERVICEall was a huge success and the : \ ********
membership gave her and her Twenty five Canadian Sea
mikes Hock tWhite TV Committee a vote of thanks. Cadets and their Jacksonville
Because of illness in the family counterparts are now trainingat
257 /toff on TV or radio partsto of Mrs.Reginald Berry,the beach NAS after a week's train-
that was to be held at her
party ing aboard the USS Shangri-La
military personnelOUR Ponte Vedra cottage was post- (CVA-38)) at the Mayport Naval
poned until Aug. 9. Station.
PRICES ARE MADE A pool party is planned for While aboard the ShangriLathe
TO BEAT THE COMPETITION Aug. 26 at the C. P. O. pool, young cadets toured the
i NASJax at 7:45 p.m. For further variousdepartments part in
information please contact firefighting demonstrations and
6836 Goldilocks LH. 389-3966 Social Chairman, Mrs. Wilbert had lectures on ASW.
WagnerGuiq4e9wded This past week the Cadets have:
visited 0 & J, VS 4 Opera-
tions, and the NAS flight line.
I ii The cadets have been instructedin
/ small boat handling and pro-
'lf per use of the M I rifle at
,," Camp Blanding.
to the 'NAVAL AIR RESERVE DAY1proclamation The finale of the twoweek
In honor,of the Navy Complex Training Cruise
DEDICATION CEREMONYof ': 50th Anniversary of the,Naval will be a tour of St. Augustineand
Air Reserve, Is given to Capt. Ma rineland, scheduled for
tho New Carl D. Simonsen, NARTU CO, August 12.
) by the Honorable Chuck Hall,
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in accordance with the station's Merit

is one of a series of articles years' During the"Open Season" later than 60 days after the mar- Overhaul/ being prepared to inform employees who have not enrolled riage. Otherwise it will be nec-
civilian employees of variety of may do so and may make any essary to wait for an "Open Weeks, Willie V. TO: Engineering ( )
features in connection with the other changes they desire.An Season". An employee who Is Hicks Charlie B. TO: Aircraft Towman.
Federal Employees' Health employee who changes from enrolled for self only, may Will John J. TO: Industrial Engineering
Benefits Program which they one employing office to another, change to self and family and may Thompson, Aaron C. TO: Industrial Engineering
have overlooked or forgotten.ThIs after a break in service of threeor change from one plan or optionto Murray, Willie C. TO: Aircraft Towman.
article concerns the various more days, has 31 days in another during the same time Boise, Elbert D. TO: Leadingman Rotor Blade (
opportunities to enroll in the which to enroll.If limitations. Failure to observe Crtbb, Owen L. TO: Asst. Production (
program, or change the type of these time limitations will result ( )
enrollment.All an employee who elected not in the spouse and eligible Kress Robert L. TO: Planner & Estimator (
new employees receive to enroll at the time of employment children not being eligible for Derrick W. TO: Aircraft Electrician
copies of the Government wide who enters military health benefits coverage Including Verdon George TO: Electroplater :
Health Benefits Plans. (Service service for a period of time not maternity benefits. LaDavla John L. TO: Inspector (Metal) B ,
Benefit Plan administered by limited to 30 days or less, may Conversely, when an employee, Woods Joseph E. TO: Aircraft Metalsmith : ,: :
Blue Cross Blue Shield and Indemnity enroll in any plan or option available for one reason or another,(Deathof Hendl Elmer TO: Aircraft Metalsmith ::
to the employees within 31 or divorce from spouse with no Leeds Somers..IV TO: Aircraft Electrician
Benefit Plan, adminis- days after return to civilian duty children within the air limits Grimmett George L. Jr TO: Electroplater
tered by Aetna Casualty and status. specified by the law), the em- Rockford, Games J. L. TO: Inspector ((Metals) B
Surety Company. Employee Or- CHANGE IN 'MARITIAL ST A- ployee should change to the less Miller Richard J. TO: Aircraft Ordnance
ganization Plan Brochures are TUS. A change In maritial status expensive "Self only" enroll Morrow Jerry To. TO: Aircraft Metalsmith
available upon request to the or- either a marriage annul- ment. Siegel Bernard TO: Aircraft Ordnance Worker
ganization.) A new employee may ment'', final decree of divorce or There will be more Informa- Paschal George S. TO: Packer
enroll during the first 31 daysof death of spouse. Anun-married tion published in connection with Rahm, Howard C. TO: Supervisory Management
employment. Otherwise they employee who decides to become the Federal Employees Health Arnott Jewel F. TO: Clerk, Stenographer, GS -
may have to wait until an "Open married may enroll in any plan Benefits Program in the future Holder, Maxwell L. TO: Electronics Mechanic
Season *' Is declared. The Law, and option for which he or she issues Meanwhile, any ques- Nyhan James J. TO: Instrument Mechanic ( )
which established the Health is eligible. The application to tions in connection with the Pro- Masters Michael B. TO: Instrument Mechanic ( )
Benefits Program provides that enroll musy be submitted duringthe gram should be referred to the Jones, Paul E. TO: Instrument Mechanic,( )
an "Open Season" must be declared period specified by law 31 Employee Services Specialist, Braun, James G. TO: Instrument Mechanic ( )
at least once every three days before the marriage or not Ext. 8134 at NAS Jax.: Wimberg Robert S. TO: Instrument Mechanic ( )
Palmer Julian F. TO: Instrument Mechanic ( )
Plan Ahead To Knight Paul TO: ,'Instrument Mechanic ( )
Heed Some NFO NotesCorrect Rought Robert L. TO: Instrument Mechanic ( )
Erase NeedlessWorry Deal Jacob M. TO: Instrument Mechanic ( )
Social SecurityNum- This form should then be com-
and bers continue to be a problemarea pleted and forwarded to the local Supply DepartmentReiter
Time for the proper credit ofa Social Security. Administration -' Carl P. TO: Supervisory Inventory
member's wage and FICA taxes which will assign youa
TALLAHASSEE This is the' to his account. Military personnel number. Upon receipt of this .. NARTU 1273'r
time of year. for peak fishing and' serviced by this area Number,;the member. shall immediately -'. ,
boating activity and according should make certain, that Social Inform the Finance Office 'Hutchison. Rose, E. TO: Military: PesonnelClerk ( )
;.(' to V/. B. Copeland chairman of( Security. .Numbers! entered Ion, in order 'that*.the' 'number*r-' I CtJlJ."PJ.It'iJ.;. :;,> .:1..1.,CommunicationsThomas ,
the Game and Fresh Water Ffsh their wage and tax statement may be entered on the Individ- ; ;
Commission it is also the time. ( ''W 2 .Form), agrees with the uwl's pay record Raymond TO: Head Teletype .
of year in which the Commis number shown on the "Social This procedure 'is also applicable -, Security Department
sion's wildlife officers spend Security Account Number Card" in cases of personnel Roller. David B. TO: Firefighter (General) GS -
many hours searching for sports- Members- not having a Social changing names, such as female Robey Wilda N. TO: Supervisory Clerk Typist
men who, have filled to return Security Number assigned them members marrying. RatlIff, Freeman A. TO: Detective GS 6
from their outings according to should obtain from the Navy Finance Although proper credit to a
schedule. Office an "Application for member's account may not seem
Copeland said "Many times Social Security & Tax Account important at this time, it will
this is nothing more than a case Number" (Treasury Dept. Form be someday when the member
of ,an embarrassed fishermanwho SS-5). claims Social Security. benefits.
neglected'' to carry extra '"II! .
shear pins'or sufficient fuel,other ...W5"
times it can be a matter of FRED DAVIS
spending an uncomfortable nightin
the wildreness. At times It
maybe a fatal accident." BUICKPONTIACGMCTRUCKS
To save needless worry and s
lost time as well as assist Flori
da's wildlife officers In earching GREEN COVE SPRINGS/
for lost fishermen Copeland
listed a series of "things to do"to
help insure a successful fish- Z:: WESCONNETT
Ing trip and a safe return: '
Fishermen should Inform their
family of exact fishing location, 1 ,
.. route of travel to and from the FLORISTWe
area, and estimated time of
return. Be specific as to location wire Flowers
as many of Florida's riv-
ers are long and cover many ocated halfway between Cecil & NAS at

miles. 103rd 3t, & Wesconnett Blvd.

Fishermen and boaters should 5329 WESCONNETT BLVD.

be familiar with and observe all' FBEE DELIVERY PHONE 771-3770
boating and water safety regula- Some people don't need auto ;,
tions and practice safe boat hand-
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ling. those who do come to
If not familiar with the water, don't tell everyone!
hire a guide or fish with some-
one who Is acquainted with local
conditions.If I
TkcttkepizziitSkikey's' ?
a fishermen Is late or mis- : : E-Ii TNATIONAL
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the family should not attempt -
sing, .t 4420 11..11111.15
to organize a searching R BANK OF / :

party, but should notify the office H perfect First thing yea
of the County Sheriff who MMS.NLDNAL OCFOSIT IN.U"A"'CI"' CO"

will call on the wildlife officersand kI.w there weiTt ke
others who are familiar with Y US NAS FACILITY
the and equipped to con- i
duct area a search. 'li'lli tll' eroera Acres Fran AfaMstrrtei .1...

Copeland said "Fishing and BiiUif Heirs:
boating can be a wholesome and 21 Varieties, Dark & Light Beer
safe recreation and Florida's Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til/
wildlife officers are available' to 0 AKEY'S Pizza Parlor Friday: 9:30 AM til
help In anyway.possible,but the
responsibility Is on the partici- Phone 7712233OPEN Pkeie Exteisfeis 1272 er
and water accidents can be
pant prevented by observing safety U A.M. til MIDNIGHT

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REPLACING THE RETIRING SCOUT.. .. SHE ..WAS AN ILLUSTRIOUS SCOUT .

.. -',:-', c VP-5 Retires Navy's 5 Last SP-2E : ,- ;'.

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-1// : including deployments Spain, Puerto Rico, -.' versatile aircraft,,capable of or shipping surveillance.Even .
Newfoundland, Iceland and Sicily. detecting, localizing, and tracking after 18 years of service
who flew her knows a submarine, as well as in the operational Navy, the SP--
As pilot
The "Mad Foxes" of PatRon the any was a reliable delivering an attack with a form- 2E continues to be an invaluable
Five piped an old friend over the aircraft Neptune, attested by VP-5's' idable arsenal of weapons.In aircraft to the reserves. As a
side last week in a special cere- as addition to her primary roleas Weekend< Warrior, she still hasa _> 1 -' '
record of more than 40,000, ac- :_ ______ _______
the "Foxes' Den" future __
mony next to cident free hours covering ""rJo an anti submarine aircraft, long in the Navy. : LI ._ _________
With bags and records, stowed four of flying. : the SP -' 2E could spend as long The P 3 Orion, also built -
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: tune patrol aircraft was retired \I- the Neptunes The greater -
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Commanding'Officer, presentedthe ____ ________ tion an even greater capability, I
aircraft's logbook to the and it appears that the Orion will
pilots, Lcdr. J. F. Brennan and serve the Navy for many years.
Lt. W. P. McNeer' both of VP-5. of

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..- M/Sfet. Joel FergusonEXT.
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Outstanding and one or two summer terms. r 4u' gar
Eligibility and other detailson .f
;r Headquarters Marine Corps the program can be obtained granted. Course will start In
reminds all commands that In by reading Marine Corps Order January and June 1967, at the
March 1966 the College Degree 1560.'7B. USN Postgraduate School and at
f Program was expanded from nine Special Courses various civilian universities.
rjto twelve months. The added Further information on the
three months would provide a Lance Cpl. Michael C. Mc- courses mentioned and all pre-
i student two regular semesters Laughlin was awarded a meritorBob's requlsltles for applicants can
f be found in the Marine Corps
Bulletin (ALMAR) mentioned.
Oak Hill
NEW GUNNY SGT. Robert D. Mercer (right) receives the war.
Pure Service CenterOpen rant promoting him to his new rank from 1 IstLt. Joseph M. Dwyer -
Marine Barracks Execfu/ve/ Officer A veteran of the Viet
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. Nam campaign, where he served with the 1st Marine Air Wing,
GySgt. Mercer Is now a patient at the Naval Hospital here. 1st
Lt. Dwyer assumed his current duty last week after reportinghere ,.
road services pick-Bp & delivery from Viet Ham after 10 months of combat operations, Including r S 4

G .mechanic d.ty..A..ericaH & Foreign Cars Operation Starltte. His last position before leaving the
Far East was Co. C Executive Officer, 1st Battalion, 7th Marines -
103rd & James Rd.
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MOVIESMovies : .
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at the NAS JaxTheatrei w? 4's". ':'aqy',?r,::: '';"Cr x :r

will be shown regularly at 6 and ; HAS JAX Girl Night" is this Saturday. ;Want.YAdSe
8:15 p.m. Monday through Vespers and refreshments this
Saturday. In addition to the "O" CLUB Sam Ross will
Sunday will be at the South Jack-
two evening shows there will be entertaining at the club this
sonville
Presbyterian Church.
be matinee at2 Friday night. Saturday's dance
a p.m. on '
The movie starting at 7:30
Saturday Sundays and holidays.The music 't'lill.be by Johnny Jelinek. will be titled "Against p.m.All Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,

Hospital Theatre will have Tuesday is Foreign Dish Night Flags". On Monday there will be 1950Bl4nding Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida 32210 to arrive
one weekly feature at 7 p.m. featuring gourmet treats from Co-ed Night and Game not latet than luesday for publication the following Thurs
Cecil Field will have two shows many lands. The gourmet treat Nightis day. Adz arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
during the 'week at 5:30 and 8 for this Tuesday is Russian. on Tuesday. Every Wednes- following week unless the publisher is instructed other
p.m. Matinees will be shownon Family Night will be on Wednesday day Is Disc Jockey Show. (USO wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must.
featuring is located at 318 North Ocean be received WITH the copy for the ad.
all the
weekends at 2 and 5 p.m. fried Street.)
chicken you can eat and an even-
Thursday.,August "11 ing of musical entertainment out DO NOT SEND CASH
NAS
on the club's patio. Beef Eaters CECIL RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . .'. . .$2.00
NAS The"Rare Breed with Night is on Thursday served buffet CPO CLUB Friday Per additional line ((4 words per line}. .,-.oisO,
James Stewart and Maureen O'- st"1?. the specials will be a Lobster

Hara. ... Dinner for $2.35 and Shore Din
Hospital ,Harper with Paul Mtttf ner for $1.50 Also Friday, the

Newman and Janet Leigh.C. CPO CLUB Dancing this Fri- Moon Lighters will be here for NO QUALIFYING: 3BR, 1 1/2 SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein

Field Four For Texas day will be to Mark Castle, and your musical enjoyment. Sat- B, BIt. in R & Oven. Fncd yd, Jacksonville and Mayportareas.
with Frank Sinatra and Dean on Saturday John Arnold Four urday, a 16 oz. T Bone back porch $88.10 mo. DUKE Military Background

Martin.. will provide the dance tunes. Steak for$1.85 willbe the Special. LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771-0374. would be helpful. A very rewarding -
The Moon Lighters will again be career possible for the
Friday, August 12 The Bud Clark Combo will appear -
on Sunday. appearing. Sunday the Special Right Man. Write to the Regional -
NAS A Man Could Get Killed will be a'12oz T Bone Steak FOR SALE -, 62 ''FORD GAL- Director P.O. Box 13177,
,with: James Garner and Melina ******** for $1.65. Wednesday Fried AXIE 2 tone blue, std. shift, Orlando, Fla._32809 "

Mercouri. ACEY DUCEY -The attractionat Shrimp will be the Special Dinner R & H, new interior. Call Frank
Hospital The Rare Breed with the club this for $.60. Game night starts"at Scarfo, 3536709.ORANGE .
Thursday will be
1953 PONTIAC: STRAIGHT,.
7:45 ;
James Stewart and Maureen O'- Pete Martin andthe"Featurers"Mel p.m. '
convertible.in perfect; mechanical:
Hara.C. Gaden ******** PARK 2BR APT.
Field Model Murder Case music will provide the dance 'Furn or unfurn bit in elect condition Hydra malic' radio,' ",
on Friday, and
with Ian Hendry and Jane Asher. be appearing EM CLUB Tonight Is game Kitchen, A/C "No lease re- heater many extras. $350. 5806 '
will
Saturday Dick Wilson and
night. The Special Dinner will quired" 2646884. Hyde Grove Avenue. "
Saturday, August 13 the "Moderns". Game Night is be a Shrimp Basket for $.50.

NAS Mutiny On The Bounty every Sunday and Tuesday. Friday Mel Gaden and the "Lazy

with Marlon Brando and Trevor ******** Rhythm Girls" will be here to ORANGE PARK RENTAL -- 3 EMPLOYEES WANTED: LEAD-
entertain. Sunday the Mark BR unfurn house. Nr. Schools., ING Furniture Industry located
Howard.
BLUEJACKET INN Phil Cay in Lexington, N. C. For details
Castle
Combo will be
5min.NAS 264
on stage. 6884.
A Man Could Get '
Hospital and the "Chantels" will be providing Monday through Wednesday write or ''send post card to J. C.
Killed with James Garner and we ,
the dance music this will havellappy Hour from 6:30to WILLIAMS personal,HECKMAN
Melina Mercouri. Thursday. Appearing at the club 7:30 ..m.'GOOD. 4 CABINETS, PIckard Circle
C. Field Son Of A Gun Fighter on Friday will be a music group LoT Lexington, N. C. All Inquires
PRIVATE TRAILER FOR
with Russ Tamblyn and Kleron ,
called the "En Crowd". On Saturday M ',answered. .
RENT' Nice, fully equipped,
Moore.
Phil Cay will
by playing '
$ 25.00 mo. 6338 WoodmanDr.
Sunday, August 14 for your enjoyment. From 2 until Mr. H. R. Cox 7715745., APTS. RENTALS: $50'DOWN
5 p.m. there will be dance :HOMES, ORANGE PARK REALTY ;-; ''
NAS Agent From H. A.R.M. music, with March Wilson and his"Redcoats" 264-2411 '
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with Wendell
Cory. ,
stepping in to con- 1966 VW SQUAREBACK SEDAI9- i" .
Hospital Mutiny On The ,
tinue the later. Phil Cay
pace
... Bounty with Marlon, Brando, and and the "Chantels" will For Sale ,Like new, black. Lt- .' "-'
play on jg. Crebo Cecil Field: Ext. : ; : ,
Trevor C. Field Howard.- 'Harper'with' Paul Monday.and Tuesday Is the night 1111 523 '- or call, .residence,)387 .- SINGER : ',r;.- 1 i., .; '
for
the Loose
Ends. Bingo is
'Newman Tiffei 1174.. ., .. /,' ....1, ..DAL .,...... v-
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and Pamela.. .}*, every Wednesday night* V"0'Y" <*.*$" ,i oro..; .. :. "O' -' .,.,..IMA:':\? ,.

Monday, Algust75 55i55SUSO' ;
,
NAS NOTES -' Special events HOUSE FOR SALE.CONV.'. TO ,' ,. H ".\ I.-s,.'
Move, Over Darling -
with Doris Day and Polly Ber- this week't the USO will be Jax and Cecil 1/2 blk. to St. Console model sewing machine::'

gan. Thursday's free Refreshments FIEF! "YOU Matthews Cath. School 3 BDR A-l shape; Zig-Zags Makes'

Hospital: -" Agent FromH. Night. Friday night starting at 8 SWALLOWED MY ONLYTbN6UE 1 1/2 bath Den Extras- botton holes, sews on buttons.

A. R. M. with Wendell Cory.C. p.m. there will be a hop titled 55OZP'! Buy Equity or FHA EV7.4056 Makes fancy designs, etc. Sold
{ DEA2E
Meets for $300.. Just
Field The Rare Breed "Dog Days.Hop". "Boy, new over pay
balance $62. or assume $2. per
with Stewart and Maureen
James MOVING MUST SELL 48 SQ. 'seek payments. Will take older,

O'Hara. Yds.501 Dupont Nylon Carpeting, '.machine in trade .- Call credit ..} .... -..,

Tuesday, August 16 )i; Camping Stove,Pole Lamp,Drum mgr. 353-1946 anytime Will
Set, etc. Call after 3:30 P.M. deliver. No obligation.A .
NAS Stop The World, I Want ,.3843267. ,
To Get Off with Tony Tanner 1 SEWING MAaIIN;CO.
and Millicent Martin.

Hospial' Move Over Darl- -
FOR RENT: HOUSE, UNFURN. ATTENTIONcIcJ
ing with Doris and
Bergan. Day Polly py 2 Bdr., Cement block, fenced
back yard. $80 388-8269
mo.
C. Field A Man Could Get
t Killed with James Garner and
Melina Mercouri.
WAITRESS WANTED HYDE

Wednesday, August 17 Park Area Must be 21 Call

NAS ,- Cleopatra with Eliza- ,ts'25.idii. :: DFrit 389 9334 I.

beth Taylor ,and Richard Burton
HOUSE FOR RENT fURNISHED -
Hospital Stop The Wo '-f I
5612 Dephin Lane 2 BR
Want To Get Off with .
Tony .1-
$50 month See Sunday. 125.
ner and Millicent Martin.C. .
Field -Mutiny On The Bounty -
with Marlon Brando and Tre- REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION -
vor Howard.. advice. 7 days a week.
Homes for sale, $100 Down.
SATURDAY MATINEE: 40 CHIEF : Equities, No Qualifying. Rent-
Pounds of Trouble with Tony P.rtaeR.t.
BIG als. Homesite Lots Acreage,
Curtis and, Suzanne Pleshette. O CPOOwfaf Investments.: WALTER T.BOWEN TO PLACE YOUR WANT AD
PLUS: The Great AdventuresOf TIRE 'CO. Reg. Broker USN Retired. :ALL OUR NEW NUMBER-
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I ..w.t 1 e :.;J JTO Jax Swim Club Collects 16



.. THE WINNERS. ..Copt.M. .
J. Stack, Commanding Officer Medals, 23 Ribbons At MeetWhen

presents the Florida-/
Georgia /nferserv/ce Softball the Navy Jax swimmers returned from the Junior Olympic
.
trophy to Frank McCaffrey, Swim meet held recently in St. Petersburg, they didn't return
t FLA.GA INTERSERVICE SOFTBALL CHAMPS. .These are NAS Athletic/ Director and team empty handed. NJST members, swimming in both relays and
the 1966 holders of /nferserv/ce/ championship, flanked on coach. The Jax Navy Fliers individual events, collected a total of 16 medals ((1st through 3rd
t .the left by Copt. M. J. Stack, Commanding Officer, and Mr. were 16-2 for the season. place) .and 23 ribbons ((4th, 5th,.and 6th place).
Frank McCaffrey, Fliers' coach, on the right. leading tne duo: in medals ,
was Susie Chance (15-17 meter free to win a ribbon.
NA TTC Golf age group) who received 3 first
Your Teams place, 2 second place, and 1 third In the individual events, Susie
,, I Support I Games Last Week place, for a total of six medals. Chance placed in the following
Although Susie has been swim-, events to win her six awards:
;; MAD # 1-4, AE ((8)) 3 ming unattached for the past year, first in the 50 yard free, 200-
4 MFC4 1/2, SS # 1 1 1/2 she has been working out with the yard breaststroke, and 50-meter
I AE' (G-3 1/2, MAD 22 1/2 Navy Jax team and is now on free; second in the 200-yard EM,
: EXPERT FOREIGN CAR SS2-4, AO 3Standings their roster. and 200 meter breast, and thirdin
.
Three NJST relay groups lac- the 200 meter IM.
counted for some of the awards,
SERVICE : I ', r .. .' led by the 13 14 girls teams Carl Kaniosky ((11 12)) provedto
a : ; :reams. '. : '. WonLost of Linda Mayberry, CheriGlara- be a real go getter finishing
5834 TIMIQUANA RD. WESPEC1ALIZE ton, Ellen Smalling, and Rhoda third in the 50 yard breast,
NEXT DOOR TO CARBUERATORS MAD"#;; 1 .,. :. H. .0 Puleo. This group won two 200 meter IM and 100-meter
TUNE MUFFLERS SS # 1 ',' :. :... 3,17 ".'. 3. medals for placing third in the breast, and fourth in the 200-
I MORRIS. AUTO SUPPLY ,, ., IM and 50 breast
BRAKES *STARTER SS2., ': ..,3: 3 200 yard medley and the 200- yard meter ;
7.," 5636 ENGINE OVERHAULS S MFC ,, I" I'" -IK 3 "'.4.3.,. mete :,medley, They,also placed, Carl who has been swimming with
...- AE (G) r for r'a
GENERATORS e REGS' 3 3MAD2 fourth in the 200 yard free NJST a little p year
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2. 4 and 200 meter free to win two has shown rapid improvement.
FINANCING AVAILABLE AE (B) 1" 5 ribbons.All Ginny '6UM,another swimmer

CTTTT ( events in yards denote its: the 1517 group; finished in
Your Is Needed the short course trials, while the following events: 'first in the
Help the long course events are mea- 100meter back; second in the
sured in meters). 100 yard back, fifth in the 200-
Special Services has announ- Pat Dazell, Cindy Puleo Kathy
8 Z'fZ meter IM; and 6th in the 200-
ced that no new lounge chairs Nauman, and Cathy Nichols yard back.
will be purchased for use at swimming in the 11 12 groups
BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. swimming pool 419 due to the placed in the following events to NJST swimmers winning three
rough handling that the present be awarded three ribbons: 4th awards were: Kathy Nauman
lounges have received. In past In the 200 yard medley relay ((11 12)) 4th In the 100-meter
weeks several of the chairs have 4th in the 200 meter medley breast, 5th in the 100 yard
I been damaged beyond repair.. wind 6th in the 200 meter free. breast and the 50 -meter breast;
Help Special Services help you The 10 under boys teams Ellen Smalling ( 13 14)) 3rd
by taking better care of' YOUR bf Kevin Rockford, Wayne Johnson in the 100 -, meter fly, 4th in
i t equipment I and Rick and Mickey Stueb- the 50 meter free; and 4th in
ben came in fifth in the 200- the 100 yd fly; and Cindy. Puleo
i'I 111 12)) -, 4th in the 100 -
meter fly; 5th in the 100 meter
breast, and 6th in the 50 meter
breast.
.. FOR ALL YOUR .ACK-TO-5CHOOL NEEDS
Those with two awards Included -
: : Linda Mayberry ((13, .-
14) 4th in the '200-METER
lrf. .h breast and 6th in the 200 yard
tI breast; and Pat Dalzell ((11 12))
1st in the 50 meter back and
I UR PATIO 4th in the 100- METER BACK.

Receiving single awards,were
Tom Cooper ((11 12)) with a
\ f 3rd place ribbon in the 100-
,,' D K B BR 3 r yard breast; Mary Kay Glaraton
((15 17)) for a 6th place ribbonin
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',,, .' ',. / the 200 meter breast; and
", ", Sandra Shadburri ( 10 ,under)
CP for a 5th place' ribbon in the
BR I L k BR 2
100
meter free.

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f Nonh Shore Pool In St. Peters-

,",.:.;'., I .. burg, with some 300400young-
J sters from throughout the state
representing the top six In each
.,. Model B-4 event from each region. NJST
I For those who like to get away from it all. this, model boasts members were among the participants :
t of' a separated master bedroom, double closets and its own LET US HUP YOU WITH A from Region I.
both. Two more bedrooms, another bath, pnd you have a
,distinctly'different home. CREDIT UNION LOAN Even though most of the mem-
bers had just returned froma
short vacation following the
J> Tax n" ltae Olympic meet, they were back in

:BELL.A.IEI: :: :: yo'iiziirtwo the Meet water held practicing this past for Monday the City and

# Tuesday, August 8 9 at the San
:SOLt.tE: : EU"JLDERS.: IOSTC.You : Jose Country Club. Results from

are cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience JAX HAS-eLvc. 39 Cecil fl.1A.. _III,.26T.I.3U this meet which included teams
10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blinding Boulevard (Hwy. #21)) _4121.. e... lilt.1501 T.j.1. SP 1 _3211 e.., 205 from the Jacksonville area and
....,,. .. F11. : 470 H..s, Mm., F : aQe I
the Beaches will be In next. week's
edition.
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I Peck Win Open and Seniors;. Jax Takes Team' Honors J


Two sudden death play offs I
climaxed the finish of the Sixth ,
r
. 1i Naval District Golf Tournamentlast
Thursday, but the winner
had already been declared be-
i fore the rounds '"
tq Rc.w extra began.
Ltjg. George Creagh of Key
West shot a 78 for a 294 totalto
win the Open's Division, hav-
ing led the four day tourney with
rounds of 71727378. Capt. ..t e
Jim Deemer, USMC, of Memphis p ,,
finished in the number 2 spot 1 r Yn
with rounds of 72-74-74-79--299.
The sudden death rounds were
between Cdr. Jim Kinder of NAS
Jax.and Elmer Cook of Key West
( for third place, and Billy G. -I'
iI Sanders of Charleston and Larry
Miller of NAS Jax for 4th place. f
Cdr. Kinder ('74-74.17-77.-302)) 1-
finished in third followed by Cook, s
Sanders and Miller.
Cdr. Ed Peck of Pensacola r-
who dominated 'the Senior's Division -
OPEN WINNERS, .Capt. M. J. Stack congratulates the top shot a 76 for a final total TEAM. .Capt. M. J. Stack presents the team trophy tq Cdr.
four wInners In the Open Division./ They are (from /left to right/ / ) of 289 ((74 69 70)) and the Jim., Kinder and other members of the HAS Jax team for their
Elmer/ Coo of Key West, fourth; Cdr. Jim Kinder of HAS Jax, championship of the division. first place win. Other team members Include Bill Maranville/// ,
h1J(;? (Capt. 'SfacfcJ}; Copf. Jim/ Deemer, (USMC of Memphis, se. Cdr. George Herider of Mayportwas Larry Miller and AI Miller. '-",
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'cfliitono1 Lf/g./ George Creog/i/ of Key West, winner/ of the tour. second with a 313, followedby ,&1.' .
Cdr. Bob Watkins of NAS Jax
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nament. ..
--..:.. - with a 316. .r- -::::?" :: :::::::;-... ::.. :: : COUPON saaaftWj RRsa )
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M1e The Jax Navy team held their :- .. '" ,
lead throughout the tourney to r ., Q1:I Ii .
finish first in the team standingswith ," \% FREECOKE
a total score of 1233, nine- 1
teen points ahead of second place 1 :
. t 'e ,,uw mow. Key West. The Jax squad of Cdr.

.... Kinder. Bill Maranville, Al Mil- i URGJ
ler, and Larry Miller finished
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In the ten.Presentations.
top
,,,.*, 1 0 e were made at the 5 WITH THIS AD i o1
NAS Golf Course, scene of the AND ANY PURCHASE 'tU
\\1 :
M. Stack,
by Capt. J. '
.,:i' tourney (only one to a customer, please)
... Commanding Officer.The captainwas 8I'
.:',") assisted by Joe MacDonald, FRIDAY AUG. 12 THRU WEDNESDAY AUG. 17
Club pro, and FrankMacCaffrey, J r

NAS tournament Athletic co ordinator.Director and Iliidlif' at 103rd Befwm the Buses

OPEN'S DIVISION Ltjg.

;.J CreaghKey( West), 294;Capt.Jim > World'I Greatpd t Hamburqpr-Qtill)( Onhj W
299 Cdr.
Deemer, (Memphis), ; Lt i..H J. !
SENIORS. .Copf. M. J. Stacie, Commanding Officer of HAS Jim KinderNASJax,302Elmer( ) ,, ,,
Jar, congratulates the top three In the Seniors/ Division. 'They Cook (Key West), 302; Billy B .::::::::-" !. .. COUPON '" "....-
are from 'left to right: Cdr. George Herider of Mayport who.finished Sanders (Charleston), 306Larry; ... t' f o I
second; (Copt. Stack); .Cdr. Bob Watkins, of HAS Jax, Miller (NAS Jax), 306; ,William Al Miller -
309
third; and Cdr. Ed Peck of Pensacola who won the Seniors f/. (NAS Jax) ,; 310 Ron
Matton, III (Pensacola) ;
tie. Mursch (Mayport), 313; and Bill
Maranville (NAS Jax ) 316.SENIOR'S .
!((!!Jcd{ < :* : ;: :F::'<<';_: r 1 1W'Wif. DIVISION -- Cdr.
I S1 -JR" S'r 1SN'i-O Ed Peck (Pensacola), 289; Cdr.
4 rffi.V /.( ;:: n> .x .i;
George Herider (Mayitrt), 313;
tlW1%:!'A:;;:Ak\.M?>fMFfK.th?:: ,SEt.:;'i.1t: t{; ;'F-f.f:( :: ;J Zri.r.f 1.liHo Cdr. Bob Watkins (NASJax,316) ;

Lt. Vince Paladino (Memphis) '
Cool in a wet mood last' Sunday forcIng 318; Lcdr. Paul Jula (NAS Jax) w 'ssK, r -
The Intramural Bowling Pro- the postponing of the Model 324; Cdr. Jack Glerlsch (Pen-
gram was delayed from its original -. Air'Show which was tohavebeen sacola); 327; Maury Crepeau
starting date of Monday, presented by the Flying Rebels of (ComMinLant); 342; Capt. Jim
August 8. The reason for the Jax, but let's all hope that he Pennington (Cecil Field), 346;
delay was attributed to the air will be in a more cooperativemood Capt. Jim Potter (ComFalrJax)
conditioner which apparently has on Sunday afternoon August' 353; Mack Williams(Cecil Field),
lost its "coor-ing effect. The 21. The show has been rescheduled 364; and Joe Farkas (Charleston -
new date should be this coming for this date on Mack- ), 365.
Monday, but bowlers should check roth Field at 1 p.m. I I 1 I 1
with the Athletic Office, Ext.
585, for the definite date. MILITARYAUTO rasa: .%

Waves Waves plan LeagueThe to start their LIABILITY INSURANCEMONTHLY

bowling league for the fall seasonon POLICIES MONTHLY PAYMENTS

Thursday, September 15. The NO INTEREST OR FIHAHCE CHARGES 4 Yib''r,>9 f,
k d8 );;
league, as last year, will be a Xt -1
handicap league conducted under AGE 21-24 M.rrled$10AO mo. ..

WIBC the regulations.league can be Informationon obtained AGE21-24 SlnKI. $12.80 me. _

from Lee Trojan at the Wave Meets State and Base Requirements -------

Barracks.p.m. during She's the week.there until 3:30 Robert Travis l Associates, Inc. with .Iow-cost-r.cltlon LoanThis

NAS- 1st Office N. of Gate 6483 Roosevelt Blvd '3883583
Model Air Show Postponed USNS -Mayportjax Beach 1127 N. Third St.AlA)246-6421) Is your year to get away to the faraway places

Old man weather was again J you've longed to see. You can now go as far as

'your Imagination will allow with a low-cost Vacation

The Loan from us. We'll provide the extra cash

I Orange Park you need quickly! on terms to suit your budget.
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You pit m prompt nfondlf 1JIy'relofl ortioltn.And
Minister P'y'li 4WMfe6/ewywhir; eo.tonl1HIUa*dopes/

Rev.Edwin F. Mongoraery, Jr.

SUNDAY SCHEDULE 0pi WESTSIDe2: /, ,


S30o.m. Worship) PHONE EL 3-392 4328 BLANDING BLVD. At Harlow; Blvd. ...

9:45a.m. Sunday School OPEN Fri. until 8 P.M. Member F.DJ.C.
11:00 a.m. Worship

6:00p.m. Youth Fellowship

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L "' ,', "'".)!"'# ''V HAS Cecil's IM
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.. '" Cecil's Fall Sport Cal-
f. ender Is full of many different
j types of sports that are sure to Chevrolet
attract participants by the score.
Here is the line-up with starting ,
r dates and when to enter.
Tennis k

\1' Tennis, the first of the fall .. ,1.,
sports to get underway,will start
1f August 29. Entry forms for ten-
f nis will be sent out August 8, at WILSON ;
22. L-
1 and must be returned August ..Yr rp'"f'

Volleyball & Squash &BLAND ING ... .
Volleyball and Squash start
September 6. Entry forms go
out August 16, and must be turned PHONE SP11341or

in August 30.Handball SP1-6601

Touch Football Handball begins September 7. Golf Course Sip,.
Entry forms will be sent',out
August 1'7. and must be returned
Season Closes In August 30. Leaves NAS CecilEd : 65 BELAIR WAGON . . . .$2595
Football Auto/trans., V-8, power steering, R&H, factory
Football starts September 12. air conditioning, solid blue, WSW, like new.
As the softball season comes Entry forms will be sent out Dyer who has been NAS
.-; to a close touch football will August 15, and must be returnednot Cecil's Golf Course Superintendent 65 CHEVROLET 4 DR.
begin catching the fancy of many SEDAN.$1895
later than September 6. since 1962, Is leaving.Mr.
personnel aboard NAS Cecil. / Dyer joined the Navy In Auto/trans., 6 cylinder, R&H, solid black, WSW,
/
t The first game of the seasonis Bowling 1941 and retired at NAS Jack- still In new car warranty.
for 12. Bowling also starts August 12,
scheduled September sonville as a C51.in .l9G2. 4fc
Entry forms will be sent out but entry forms' will-not go out then NAS Cecil to take
t August 15, and must be return- until August 22, and will be returned the position came to as Greenskeeper.Since 65 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE-.,., ., . $2395
ed to the Athletic Director, Station September 6. he has been Superintendent Auto/trans., V-8, PS, R&H, solid red, white
Gym,, not later than September BasketballBasketball I at Cecil's Golf Course It top, 7,500 actual miles, WSW, like new.
6.There. is the next major has been improved time and

1 has been a change In sport on the 19.schedule,forms it begins for time again Into what It Is today. 65 CORVAIR COUPE. . . .$1495
the rules concerning the number September Entry Cecil takea
is to
Dyer leaving
Standard shift R&H solid white red Interior
,
basketball will out August
of men on a team. The usual go position of Golf Course Super-
4 six man team has been upped 29, and.mustbe returned September intendent at the Hidden Hills WSW, still In new car warranty.
to seven men. Also some games 13. Country Club.
I Golf 65 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN .$1895
WAGON.
i at Cecil may be played under Mr. Dyer resides with his wife
: lights for the first time. There Golf Is the last to get under- Lillian and their six boys at'?940 Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, solid black, red Interior,
.. will also be a varsity team this way, it begins September21. En- Renter Drive in Jacksonville. WSW.
t year. The team will be selected try forms for Golf will be sent

: after the regular IM season is out August 30 and returned Sep- Cecil 65 MUSTANG . . . . .51995
J completed. to'compete In the 6ND tember All entries 14. must be returnedto Volleyball Standard shift, V-8, R&H, solid yellow, black
Tourney.JaxlowliHfAssoc.
Interior WSW still In
new car warranty.
r the NAS Cecil Station Gym
Schtdnltd
not later than'the last date in Tryouts '
dicated. 65 IMPALA SPORTS SEDAN /from ,52295
Anyone interested In trying 4 fo choose- from, full power,' 'factory air conditioning -
their skill at the game' of vol- / still;In'new car warranty.
Set Joint. Mtttmg Officers' Wives Bowling leyball is asked to report to
the station gym on Tuesday Aug. 64 MONZA COUPE. 4 . . .$1295
The quarterly meeting of the 16, at 11:30. That is the date 4 speed, R&H, WSW, solid white, black Interior.
o
Greater Jacksonville Bowling Officers Wives Bowling League that Mac McGuckin NAS Cecil
Association will be held jointly will hold their organizational varsity coach,has set for prac-
with the Jacksonville Womens eeting at 10:00 a.m. Frida tice to begin, for the coming
,
Bowling Association on Sunday, September 9 at the NAS Cecil season. Mac said the first tour-
August 28, at 2:00: p.m., in the Bowling Lanes. For further in- nament is scheduled for early UudetJIU
George Washington Hotel, 305 ormation contact Mrs. D. B. October, and he hopes to havea S.
W. Adams Street. The meeting Ichols at 771 6136. well rounded team by that
t is being run as a combined affair time.
for the first time due to
the steady growth of mixed {. AL WNAOiSINGERAUTOMATIC
leagues in the area. Many of the ::: \:::>.:-.::..,::;::. ::s--->>...:.,. :s
league sanction problems and

league problems in general come 65 CAPRICE SUPER SPORT COUPE. $3595

of from joint mixed meeting leagues.will This expeditethe type }i: ZifZif Frees $48.00 or $5.00 MO. Turbo jet trans., 396 V-8 engine, power steering
& brakes, electric windows, R&H, extras.
.solving of these problems OTHER NAME BRANDS NEW & USED many
M in one gathering.The 64 FALCON FU TURA. . . .57295
primary purpose of the yr FROM 14.95 ALL GUARANTEED. TV'S & 2 dr., hardtop, standard shift, V-8, R&H, solid
+ meeting will be to conduct a" P VACUUM CLEANERS. EZ TERMS. PARTS blue, WSW, extra, extra sharpe. ,..

I, work shop for league presidents r & REPAIRS ON ALL MAKES.6106103rd 64 CHEVY II. . . . .. 10 $1195?

r t will and secretaries.be distributed League to league supplies sec- ::-.::3sa '=::& ::m txwOT:;;E.:':, >> =-Yo>>:-">>m J. 2 or., standard shift, 6 cylinder, heater, tropic

I retaries for the 1966.67 bowling St. + 771-9166 :::; turquoise- one owner. *p
f season. 63 RENAULT DAUPH/NE . . .$595 fj
t This[ meeting is open to all 4 dr., solid red, WSW, 3 speed trans. :
bowlers in the Greater Jackson- 63 IMPALA SUPER SPORT CONV.$1495
ville Association but
especially
invited are men and women who Autotrans.R&H, 409 V-8 engine, PS, solid
have already been elected as officers MONEY IN 1 DAY white, black interior, WSW. .

of leagues. Also,men and 62 CHEVY/ DELUXE. . . ,,. .5895

women league officers who desire are [invited.to become 525 to $600ON 2-dr.extra, clean.standard 'shift, 6 cylinder "R4H, WSW,


YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE 62 TEMPEST 4 DR. WAGON. :. . .$895
MJIt Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how Auto/trans.t R&H, solid blue,'.bluetfnterhr/ ex-
much want. Pick the cash ''
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you up your conven- tra, extra sharp.
i I en ce. Same-day service.

24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN 62 IMPALA 4 DR. WAGON. . .-. ., 57395

You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt. Auto/trans., V-8, power steering & brakes, R&H,
PRICE TO EVERYONE solid blue, WSW, all original, extra, extra clean.
$ 84.33 5.00 355.79 21.00
151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 62 VW BUS DELUXE . . . .$1 195
M r 219.11 13.00 SOO.51 29.00 3 stats, R&H, 4 speed trans., extra, extra clean.

286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39
I 59 IMPALA 'SPORT COUPE.$695

t1 Auto/trans., 6 cylinder, R&H, solid black, WSW,
Above Payments Include Interest. extra nice car.
TIL 6p.m.

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