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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
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May 16, 1962


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NAS Welcomes Public i RELIEF'

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, For AF Day Exhibits fLai 7JUNE1963! Ifr'1W'II,:, r NrlI'P... .-UEC. .-- -

:31 AU7TA&frNH"LES
Mayor-Commissioner Haydon Jacksonville gathered in the will be climaxed next Saturday suer t7TNE' Lu.uLL' 'ENJ'1CJCcrs' $/

Burns last Tuesday signed a pro- Mayor's office to witness the sign- May 18, when both JacksonvilleNaval SOthI
, clamation officially setting aside Air Station and MayportNaval BOO .. I
Ing.The ....
next Saturday, May 18, as Armed Mayor's act was only one of Station open their gates to the \ -.-..- j .. _
Forces Day In Jacksonville. many similar events that are general public.
Representatives from the five taking place this week in Florida's The Naval Air Station will havea
branches of the Armed Forces In cities and towns following the number of aircraft on display and

proclaiming of Armed Forces Dayin Mayport will feature tours of four
Citizens IlvileServicelll'l Florida by Governor Bryant. warships. Both stations will be

Bryant signed the state pro- open for visiting from 12:00 noon
To clamation on April 23 in to 5:00: p.rru

Tallahassee.The Static displays of various

Church Dinner observance Jacksonville aircraft, P-2, P-5, A-l, F-8 A-3
" and A-4 will be set up for viewingat

Hanger 116. Other Navy dis-
Local churches and
made special arrangementsfor synogogueshave Vice Adm. LeeAMJfSpeaker plays of Navy functions will also

members of the Armed Forcesto be on hand.
The NAS Navy Band will play
worship with them and enjoy
from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m.
home hospitality t Sunday May EAGER-Don't be a tardy
V Trr At Mayport during this time the our
19.These public will be Invited to visit the friend George. Help support Navy Relief. Perhaps you too can
cook jing congregations JjTV,2W I"!, !In the hope' of a (air conditioned)

to from their! wlUpr the char transportation }WXtThUrSdaA $;\tttlE d /Vhun\//rd\fclal I (vJ f U. S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JO 1)President's )

Servicemen'sServfcemens iral Fitzhugh Lee, destroyersUSSGoodrichandUSS
of of Naval Air will Perry. Messageis
Congrefti i The representatives from
the speak t re-
r guest
welcomt 0 l lar monthly lunch of services who witnessed the lignin most fitting that wet
ladies a g were: Major B. L Butler,USAF i
MArsday aside this dayArmedIa
the Jacksonville r
the __the_679th.Aircraft.,Control j |
: of. to honor the
e .|
serYl Warning Squadron; CommandeJ
ext *' ..W ,; t, ,Captain* and .women..' ><.'who serve
1'he' Admiral !! dale the Army,
noon T on the gener t a vlUe; MajolOfficer [Marine Corps ;
to the s gement in the as vld C. if 'I ,d
a f a Recruiting fri
beprmU rvicemen and
it in the Nav it Tr
I Yo ......., .or.. James. .Wi ''ing throughout
$ fonn': to'"Jrtde/.the USAt"of; the ackacuvillesubn ; .'worid: .. '. ians of theny.4.ot "
milita buses whlchare to'operate*' torCommand of the IV US,.'Ai .' them away
on tholl4fng ahe Jf tv n 1 cxLialTent f&>m t.k. and .m[ They are Y
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Commander Ralpn r
9:00.a.m-Depart from.NAS..Rec_ _.
assinments isilye '
marked b ;various VjsibeeTide! cirpf our deterinmaUoh -
re-.ori 3..t: .._ > ,McCbi#+a.aid: kleaCom";a"mander
t Nary > epar ntet d'stafL to meet .hy threat tomeasured
9 .r!s. .-Pick.t. p"NAfl1J per. > f :3Zaa$;;Y eatropaalost.. both\}[ 4eal poace ft'wl r
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Continue stt1engUTwartdlllgh resolve.
(Continued on page 7)) ( on page 7)
They are also evidence of a
harsh but inescapable truth-
that the survival of freedom
requires great cost and com-
mitment, and great personal sacrifice.It .
has been said by some that today's struggle for freedom-in
South Vietnam, Berlin, South Korea and other areas-Is a "for-
w Yfr gotten war." But to those who now serve, and to all of the American -
people, this battle is neither forgotten nor finished. Indeed we
are very much aware of our commitment, of its gravity, the
need for continued sacrifice and dedication.

As.we observe Armed Forces Day, I invite all Americans to
view and learn more of our Armed Forces and their preparednessto
meet the challenges which lie ahead. And as CommanderinChief -
4 I urge all of my countrymen to join me in paying honor to
all our servicemen and women on Armed Forces Day, 1963.

--JOHN F. KENNEDY, President of she UUtd State

L House Passes Pay Bill

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The Senate Armed Service service.If .
Committee headed by Senator passed as is by the Senate

Richard B. Russell (D-Ga..isnow) the pay increases would, average
evaluating the Military Pay Bill ''12.6 per cent and would be weighed

passed by the House, May 8. most heavily for those in the middle
Effective date of the pay raiseis grades of both enlisted men and
still likely to be October 1st. officers. The reasons for heavy
ARMED FORCES DAY Mayor-Commissioner Hoydon Burns (center) signs a proclamation offici- The raise would effect 1.8 increases in these grades Is for
ally sttting aside next Saturday, May 18, as Armed Forces Day in Jacksonville. Looking .on are million pay servicemen. Not Includedin retention of skilled personnel
(L. to R.) Major i J. Wilson,. USA; Lt. Cdr. R. D. McClure; Major D. D. Powell, USMC; Lt. Cdr. the pay raise are those servicemen Major provisions of the House-
USAF and Cdr. W. W. West USGG. (Official U. S. Navy Photo
J.Yeatropoulos;Major B. I. Bulter, ; with less than two years (Continued on page 7))
by Ron Gardner, PH2.P1))


2 JAX AIR NEWS MAY 16, 1963

Civilian Leaders SpeakOn Station Traffic : '

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Armed Forces Day Violation Record

The following Is a report of
motor vehicle accidents and traffic The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

t! Armed Forces Day the violations for the period May 5 published each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station,

ON Department of Defense through May 12. Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a
All submitted for use in the
private firm. copy JAX AIR
will make its annual to
'' report NUMBER OF ACCIDENTSThis NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office,
'e the people on the status of
America's for week May 5 through Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before
peace. ........11 publication. News items are welcomed from all sources-
We are able to make that report May 12,1963 ....... ..... 9-7711'Ext. 8164.
Total accidents this through Telephone EV
with satisfaction. Though the task year

can never be said to have been May 12................................96 Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries
completed much has been done. Total accidents through May, concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing

Our aim has been simple. It is to 1962...................................HO Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida .-
develop the force necessary to Telephone 359-5140 or 359-027L
protect the security of the Nation NUMBER OF DAYS SINCE
and to maintain and operate it at
the lowest possible cost. We have LAST INJURY IN MOTOR
VOL. 21 NO. 10 MAY 16, 1963
strengthened both our nuclear VEHICLE ACCIDENT..12
A a and non-nuclear forces, increasing -
our military flexibility and
adding to the choices open to us In response to any threat, by any hostile,
week .........................4C
force in of the world.In .
compliance any with the proclamation of the President, I designate Speeding ...........................1 6
Reckless Driving ................ 3
Armed Forces Day as an occasion for all elements of the Departmentof L
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dem- Going through Stop sign.
Defense to conduct and participate in appropriate ceremonies, 29 b
onstrations and displays. I hope that Americans and all those who Other violations................. 1 _

stand with us in our devotion to freedom will witness and take pridein _
our strength. Thirty-five drivers appeared

Robert S. McNamar, Secretary Defense before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
the meeting held on May 1 13.

On this Armed Forces Day, May 18, Americans everywhere should Disposition of the cases include

pause to honor the men and women of the Army, Navy, Air Force and the following: 15 lost driving and

Coast Guard who contribute so much to the defense of freedom. Today, parking privileges, 17 were assigned .

more than ever, the achievements of these men and women depend upon to an eight-hour course i in .

the success of their fellow Americans in building an increasingly more driving instructions, nine were ;

vigorous element of our country's total power for peace., Much of our given suspended penalties,one was .

hope for the future rests upon this vital partnership between a sturdy given a warning, four were dis ...

economy and an alert and strong military establishment. missed and two were referred to
their officers for
Douglat Dillon, Secretary of the TreaiuryThe commanding
possible disciplinary action. ACT OF HONESTY brought Navy Exchange employee Robert E.

United States soldier/the keytoourlandpower, stands guard over Mann congratulations from the Exchange Officer, Cdr. J. F. De-

freedom's frontiers around the world. On Armed Forces Day the [lany, and a I letter of appreciation from RAdm. J. M. Canon,

1963, we invite our fellow citizens tovisitArmy activities and observethe ComFoirJax. Admiral Carson's letter read: "Captain Belton Gle.

Immediate readiness of the Army to provide for the safety of the eJorceap land, USN (Ret.), has told me of the loss and prompt return of his

nation whenever and wherever required. daughter's wallet. He expressed his great appreciation to you for

Cyrut R. Vance, Secretary of the Army Your honesty. I also want to express my pleasure in your actions.
raer honest and straight forwardness indicates the high caliberof

Since Armed Forces Day a year ago each service had the oppor- person that we of the Navy enjoy working with." Mann Is the

tunity to demonstrate the Power for Peace that in fact exists within ALMIGHTY GOD who hast manager of the NAS barber shops and representative for HAS

the Defense Department. All have shown their readiness to meet increasing committed unto Thy peoplethe Cecil Field, NAS Glynco, Ga., and NS Mayport. (Official U. S.

responsibilities in an ever changing environment. It is particularly safeguarding of values and Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1))
appropriate this year for every person in our great Nationto the perpetuation of peace and
good will before
pay tribute to the men and women of the Armed Forces who are Thee in we pause this
gratitude on
educated, trained, motivated and producing their share of the total effort Armed Forces Day 1963. In Are We Deserving Of

... required for the protection of our great principles of freedom. full recognition of our responsibilities -
-Fred Korth, Secretary of the Navy we rededicate; our
selves as the custodians of this Armed
Nation's defenses.We Forces Day?
Armed Forces Day is a day of significance throughout the world. are cognizant that our

In addition to honoring the men and women of our Armed Services, task is insurmountable if we

it serves notice to all people that this country possesses the ability t o walk alone. In our own strengthwe With Armed Forces Day the third Saturday in May-approaching It
forestall or defeat any aggressor. can neither prevent a war is fitting that we, the people towhomit Is dedicated
The Department of the Air Force salutes the other Services on this nor win the peace. But in Thy look at ourselves to make sure we deserve the honor., take a reappraising
strength we can experieni'e"Forces
occasion and pledges to maintain the strength to the should be
necessary security in Depth: we can 0JrertTCJUSl decidedly in the affirmative. We who wear
of our country and the free world;: stand as a bulwark of peace country's aren't In the habit of strutting and bragging about

Eugene M. Zuckert, Secretary of the Air Force and security; we can be the ourselves. Most of us go about our jobs
quietly and conscientiously,
embodiment of Duty Honor,
/ Country. We pray therefore endeavoring to live up to the respect and trust that the American public

wJJIii1UftfIrtTn 1 pu that Thou will endow us with
: __ the abilitv to take a hard look This holds true fore American servicemen in the Republic of
at our future. Grant us the Vietnam serving, as advisors.
AS you read this, one of fellow
willingness to be one team; to servicemen will your
more than
accept one mission; and to ac rout a of likely be accompanying a patrol trying to
complish one objective. With group the Communist! Viet Cong. He may not he
this dedication we shall fulfill SrateS his mission to the "best of his ability. Is[ there any question
our role as an "Essential Forceof a salute?
Freedom" in both peace and When of
.7 news the CUban
crisis broke
last fall, the nation experienced
mass shock.
war.As a Nation we have accepted States? What How could could anything like this happen so close to the United
the challenge of progress We do?
and recognized that it has answers to these questions
no had been are now history. In fact, U.S. forces
visible boundaries. Through the deployed before
news broke. The Armed Forces were
unfolding of heretofore hiddenmysteries ready with their Power
man has plummeted United States has been Peace. The show of military force by the
into outerspace and returned accredited with curtailing Soviet nuclear aggression -
to give his testimony. In Thine in the Western HemIsPhere. The missile bases in Cuba were ;\
Own Divine wisdom Thou hast removed-thanks to a great U.S.
shared with man the The military team.
ability to men that perished
build an atomic submarineand a part of this team. on the ill-fated submarine USS Thresher were :.
penetrate the depths of f submarine They made the supreme sacrifice testing a nuclear
the great.: waters. The ancient to be used Inthede1fenseteam of the Free World. Their loss
poet said that these things was mourned by 4
are n andW"1
throughout the world but their
devotion ? courage
"too wonderful for me, yet to duty is
Thou has revealed them to this world. of the U.S. Armed Forcesthe best in the

generation.Grant, 0 God. that this insight Wear your uniform proudly, serviceman May 18 is your day. (AFPS)

this power and this re-
[ dedication may enable us to
traverse all "walls;" to experience MDBS Notice the Society, members will now
genuine brotherhood; and be assessed $2.20 which is now
to live in peace in one world. Employees Mutual DeathBenefit due and payable. The ten day I I
.. Society Notice 215 and 216 is notice of assessment began on
"Let m. explain again, sir, when I put my arm out Ilk. this -TI,. .trmed, Forces issued to advise members
of the 7.Members.
I'm signaling for a left turn!" Chaulaint: Board death of v
of its cash
members. are reminded that (
As a result of payments by payments will not be accepted.PAGE .

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Corporal Harris First Marine

Selected As NAS 'Serviceman'

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A "FIRST" FOR NAS Cpl. Bobby J. Harris of the HAS Marine Barracks received a $50 check
After 85 years of has from Capt. James R. Compton, when he was honored as "Serviceman of the Month for April". Pre-
sent for the ceremonies were (L. to R.) First Sergeant H. Browner and Lt. Col. J. S. Heitsler,

a well deserved rating! Marine 8rks. CO. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOn)

You'll get no better service anywhere, than at It was a "first" for NAS performed his duties in a highly BuPers Tells
Household Finance. We fill the money needs of Jacksonville and a "first" for the exemplary and commendable
over 100,000 men in uniform. When you need Marine Barracks when Corporal manner and has demonstrated exceptional -
extra cash-remember that fact. Bobby J. Harris stepped before industry, judgement and Service Wide
Captain James R. Compton last initiative."
Yw Ca'o.1 MONTH PAYMENT flANS Friday to be proclaimed as the The 22 year old Marine from
24 Aa p 6 "Serviceman of the Month forApril" Greenville, S.C., has been in the
Kt tofafe rfiowi, tompk N a ply si Exam DatesSummer
for four He
18.48 Corps nearly years.
loan plant. Toucan bon $1M 5553 S7.2914J59 10.07
2M3M 11.86 20.14 3657 The Station commanding officer reported to the NAS Marine
row any amount up to 17.79 21.88 3021 55.45 congratulated Cpl. Harris on his Barracks front the 2nd Marine
$600 and arrange 5M 2857 35.85 49.75 91.78 selection and presented the Marine Division (FMF), Camp Lejeune, enlisted promotion
monthly payments fo fit tot 34.39 42.66 5935 109.80 with a check for $50. In addition, N.C., In November 1960. examination dates were announcedthis
your need. a-rn are mfrtdU.,3%.*that part./ the selectee was afforded an Present for the Serviceman week by the Bureau of Naval
,d dJd..IAty*......mrf tuttdtHf expense-free day at St. Augustine, ceremonies was Harris' First Personnel.The .
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compliments of that city's Sergeant, Herman Brawner and his first exam will be given In
Chamber of Commerce and USO. commanding officer, Lieutenant July for prospective E-8s and
HOUSEHOLD FINANC Harris' selection was con- Colonel Joseph S. Heltzler. E-9s. It is slated for Tuesday,July
tributed to his consistent and diligent :
work to Improve the Unit examination for pay grade
Diary and Service Record Book Savings Bonds are not subject to E-6, petty officer first class will
25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 Section in administrative officeof market fluctuations. Series E be held on Thursday, August L
Cedar Hills Shopping Center the Marine Barracks.The Bonds keep increasing in value to Other tests are scheduled as
letter of recommendationfurther maturity when you get$4 for every follows: pay grade E-5, petty officer -
3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581 stated that, "Corporal $3 Invested. H Bonds earn the second class, Tuesday,
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 Harris has displayed outstanding same return, but it is mailed to August 6 and pay grade E-4, third .
Above office Friday evening until P.M. ability and professional skill,com- you In the form of semiannual Interest class petty officer, Thursday,
open mensurate with his rank. He has checks. August 8.


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VP-30 To Host Army Day, Navy Day, Air
Force Day and the Marine Corps
( Selectee Named a single annual Armed Forces
Squadron Thirty will hosta Day in April 1949 in line with
Assume VP-7 Quality Control Seminar on unification of the service and the
Wednesday, June 12 at9 a.m. in the creation of the Department of
Sailor Of Month Building 200, Conference Room. Defense by Act of Congress. }
Command Fri.YAP Units planning to participatedare President Harry S.Truman pro-
.' asked to send agenda items to claimed the third Saturday in I
I Chief McAtter, Bldg. 140 prior to May, 1950, as the first Armed I
I Commander Phaeon B. Derr, Wednesday, June 5. Forces Day.
Jr., will assume duties as Com-
manding Officer of Patrol Squadron i

Seven on Friday, May 17. He GET AMISSILE I,
A will relieve Commander Louis B.
Crayton, Jr. AGE DEAL I
A special address to the antisub-
marine command will be made by
Captain L. P. Pressler, Commodore -
,Fleet Air Wing Eleven,the NEW CARS
unit's operational commander.
Ali, Commander Crayton will reportto Lowest Prices
the USS Essex CVS-9)) home- .Highest Trade-in Allowance

ported at NAS Quonset Point,R. L, 1Tl O Easy Terms -The Nicesest Treatment in Town

as navigator.
The new commanding officer reported -
to VP-7 In November of 1961to USED CARS

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I. "'; ;, "' 1. ;: The nineteen year-old squadron
began Its existence In the Pacific ii lL On Every Car Sold

I1".. '.*4', ', J .": '/ : '. ,,"".. I during World War n. It was d
__..""'" .... ,,> _, transferred to NAS Quonset Pointin I SHOP IN THE SHADOWOF THE 50-FOOT MISSILE
1948, then shifted back in early

.62 Sailor of the Month, AQ2 Arnold, Is congratulated by 1953 the to Korean aid United Conflict.At Nations. forcesIn @J GORDON THOMPSON

squadron CO, Cdr. Roemer. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron the end of hostilities VP-7
Gardner PH2.P1)).
resumed its East Coast duty, firstat "Jacksonville's /CHEVROLET/ Center"
Quonset Point and then at the

Joe G. Arnold, Aviation Fire performance, adaptability, military Naval Air Station, Brunswick,
Control Technician Second Class behavior, and military Maine.
was proclaimed Sailor of the Month appearance." In 1961 VP-7 moved to the Jax
at Heavy Photographic Squadron He was selected from many area under the control of FAW-1L
Sixty-Two last Friday.He nominations of the squadron'smost The squadron played an importantpart
was praised by his commandIng outstanding sailors. Arnold in the Cuban Quarantine last
officer, Commander R.F. has been a third crewman flying the fall
Roemer and presented with an RA3B "Skywarrior" for over two

engraved squadron lighter. years.He .
Arnold's citation read in part, has served on several
"Your selection for this award was detachments and Projects TIREC How big a cookie jar would it
based on your outstanding perfor- HIGHBOY and OCEAN.In take to hold $18,000,000 in dimes
mance, includingyourprofessional addition, to his accomplishments and quarters? It takes up less
in the squadron Arnold has room, and doesn't weigh as much
been selected for the NESEP when Invested in U.S. Savings
Pearl Habor Program. He is slated to go to Stamps. This is what Americans-

USNIC, Bainbridge, Md. for mostly youngsters do each year.
- Spy Story On specialized training, then enter Savings Stamps, sold at post-
offices, also came in denomina-
college for a science degree,after
20th which he will go to Officer tions of 50 cents, $1, and $5, but
CenturyTakeo most of the annual volume
Candidate School, prior to receiving goes
his commission. into the smaller sizes.
Yoshikawa, the Imperial GRID MASTEROutDoor
Japanese Navy's top espionageagent
in Honolulu prior to the

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J'A'X' AIR MAY 16, 1963

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Jax Theaters Ji tI .,
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To Show MGM. .J 114N

k& t ITh ,

Classic Films __

A change of pace In movie view-
Ing begins at the NAS Theater
tonight as Special Services "turns
back the clock" present the firstin
a series of Metro Goldwyn
Mayor World Heritage Picturesand
Golden Operettas.The .
operetta, Rose Marie, leads
off the notable films with the
feature beginning at 7 p.m.
.. It is hoped, through the reissueof
these classical celluloid worksof

art, that the image of family ___
movie going will be restored. Eight _
full-length MGM films make up the _
World Heritage Pictures, while
there are 12 operettas.
The Great Waltz, The Chocolate
Soldier, The Merry Widow Little JOINT C"'EFS-Th Joint Chie/i of Staff are the men who weld the of Staff; G,.". Maxwell D. Taylor, Chairman; Aim. George W. Anderson,
Women Armed Forces into a mighty deterrent force to maintain "Potter for Jr., Chief of Naval Operation{ and Gen. David M. Sharp, Marine Carpe
Sweethearts, David Peace. Member of the Joint Chiefs are from left: Cen. Earle C. Commandant. They have joined in welcoming the public to military
Copperfield, Pride and Prejudice, Wheeler., Army Chief of Slaff Cen. Curtis E. LeMay, Mr Force Chief installations around the world during Armed Forces Week.
The Firefly, Naughty Marietta and
Captains Courageous make up the Adm. Dennison Receives In a ceremony In the White House
series through June 15. POW Camp VP-5 Foxes Top Medal From JFK rose garden the President noted
Schedules of showings for the the mobilization of forces under
NAS, NATTU, and Hospital Washington (AFPS) President Admiral Dennison's command In
Theaters, according to Special Plans Public Return HomeThe Kennedy pinned a Distinguished the Cuban crisis last October.
Service Medal on Adm. Robert L.
Services, will appear In the Plan The admiral retired May 1 as |
Dennison and cited him for
of the Day and subsequent Issuesof Mad Foxes of the Navy's Supreme Commander In the At
the Air News. Open HouseU.S. antisubmarine warfare team have "exceptionally meritorious ser- lantic and Commander In Chief of I
vice In duties of great responsibility.
now all returned to their den hereat ." the Atlantic Fleet.
NAS Jax from seven-month

Army Reservists of deployment In the Caribbean.
MoviesMovies Jacksonville's 400th Military Po- Actually, the bulk of Patrol
lice Prisoner of War Camp, head- Squadron Five returned to Jacksonville For Your Shopping
quartered at the Clarence L, following the January ,' ConvenienceROSEHBLUM'S
will be shown regularlyat Springboard exercises. It wasn't i
Burpee USAR Training Center, 751 Mall
7 1 p.m. on Monday through Sat- W. 41st St., will stage their own until a couple of weeks ago, Roosevelt Evening
urday; at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on "Open House" activities on May however, that the remaining three k Open Every*
Sunday, at the Malnslde and NATTU 18-19 in observance of Armed crews finished their rotation :; 'TI/L 9
Theaters and at 7 p.m. only on Forces Day.Colonel period at the Naval Station Roose-
Sunday at the Hospital Theater. R. C.Blanton,J r?Com- velt Roads, P.R.
These times are subject to change. manding officer of the unit, has This was perhaps on e of the
16 announced that unit members will most full-time operational over-
Thursday, May
be on hand at the training center seas tours the Mad Foxes have HASPEL
Mainside Rose MarieNATTUnlt from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, been engaged in for a number of
First Spaceship May 18, and from 10 a.m. to 4 months.At tot
on Venus p.m., Sunday May 19, to welcome the outbreak of the Cuban s'
Hospital The Racers any and all local citizens who might crisis, within 18 hours notice, 1
or Friday, May 17 be interested in the activities they every squadron aircraft was aloft
have planned. enroute to the emergency area.It .
Mainside The Cobweb Coffee and doughnuts will be was Patrol Squadron Five whichIs PS
NATTUnit Rose Marie served visitors I who will be allowedto credited with holding surveil-
Hospital First. Spaceship on tour the reserve training facility. lance on the first ship to be met ,
Venus They will also be shown movies by U.S. naval surface forces and
Saturday May 18 dealing with the reserve program, also for holding surveillance on
have the mission of the Army Reserve the first ship to leave Cuba with
Mainside Executive In general and the unit in dismantled missiles aboard. All
NATTUnit The Cobweb particular explained to them, and told. Mad Foxes crews flew over
Hospital Rose Marie observe a display of weapons and 1100 hours in support of the

Sunday, May 19 equipment utilized by the 'unit in quarantine.
carrying out Its mission. When the tension easefi, the work
Mainside Reptilicus Colonel Blanton said that this load didn't.
NATTUnit Executive Suite will be a fine opportunity for young The weeks that followed involved
Hospital The Cobweb men between 1712and 25, who preparation participation In the fir .a -aA -

Monday, May 20) have not yet begun their military annual Springboard competitive ?
service obligation, to see and learn exercises. Here 10 of 12 crews
Mainside Madame first-hand how it can be served to achieved a 100 percent rating for ;
NATTUnit Reptilicus their best advantage, while con- proficiency. The overall squadron Time for Seersucker

Hospital Executive Suite tinuing their education, their cur- average reached 99.32 percent, the "4'x Sport Jackets
Tuesday, May 21 rent job and remaining in or near highest on record for the anti- ,f aw
their hometown. submarine unit.
Mainside Last Train From Reserve members of the 400th Another International incident in Longtime favorite among tra
attend regular weekly training which VP-5 participated was the
NATTUnit Madame sessions and a two-week period of sighting on February 16 of the \ ditionalists everywhere, the

Hospital Reptilicus active duty' each year, after an hijacked Venezuelan freighter, i seersucker sport jacket is

Wednesday, May 22 Initial period of six-months active Anzoategvi. almost indispensable for
duty training to meet their This was the last news worthy
warm weather Tailored
Mainside Beau Brummel wear.
obligated service. event Patrol Squadron Five was
NATTUnit 'Last Train From With the recent Increase of the engaged in until last Friday at of a crisp, wrinkle-free blendof

Gunhill unit's authorized strength, Colonel which time the squadron skipper, 65% Dacron'-3596 cotton,
Hospital Madame Blanton stated that several Commander R.P.Smyth, and his' in
openings for qualified personnelnow officers and men, hosted the Fleet stripings.
exist. Air Wing Eleven change of
The 400th Is one of only two command ceremony.
ALTERNATORSSOLD reserve units In Florida,both from r *Du Pont l TM for its" polyester tuber

,Jacksonville, that have been throughout the three-state area of f
selected to participate in operation Georgia North and South Carolina.
'&: .1 1 YEAR WARRANTY Swift Strike III, an annual regular The 400th will participate in the

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16, 1963 JAX AIR NEWS PACE 7

} 71C 7 C Lost Private Plane GuidedTo

Safety By Two RATCC ACs

By Marc Whetstone, JOl

A light private plane safely him up on radar," said Saner. Airport and Cecil Field, was only
CONGRATULATIONS! landed at NAS Jacksonville Sunday "However, I wasn't able to make 900 feet. To add to the danger,
night after its pilot became lost direct contact with him until nearly there are some 1000 foot towers.
k ** In the dense overcast which was 2010 hours ((8:10 p.m.)," he added. located within that Immediate-area.

blanketing the area. While attempting to make direct The visibility at NAS was nearly
John Baldwin, a resident of contact with Baldwin Saner and four miles. Saner said that

IN BELLAIR Galnsvllle, Florida was pilotinga his assistant Fredrick Leehe, several times during the plane's
. Piper Trl Pacer single engine AC3, provided the lost pilot with approach to the Station directed
aircraft from Orlando, Florida, to his positions and directions to the pilot to drop to 500 feet to
WE'RE SELLING QUALITY Galnsvllle when he developed a take by relaying the messages enable him to fly in visual
communication loss with a plane through a third aircraft which was conditions.

I accompanying him on the flight. circling the area. After nearly an hour had lapsed
OF COURSE AWe At 7:15 p.m. his May Day mes- The visible ceiling over muchof Saner and Leehe managed to guide
sage was received by another aircraft the region, Including Imeson Baldwin and his plane to the NAS
have more to offer than other area mf
any the
r northbound which relayed runway where the most apprec-
f emergency call to local aircraft Bill iative pilot set down safely at
control centers.At Pay 8:59 p.m.
-BUT- NAS Jacksonville, the Radar This was the second private
Air Traffic Control Center (Continued from page 1)) plane emergency landing Saner has

(RATCC) intercepted the lost air- guided Into NAS in the past 15
We invite you to compare quality of design, of material passed bill would increase the
' and of craft and Air Controlman Second months. In late January of last
of officers and enlisted mena
Class Robert G. Saner undertookthe pay year, he directed a privately-
task of guiding It to safety. total of $847 million annually, piloted plane on an approach to
-SO- I "He was approximately 35 miles 'and add $90 million a year to the runway, only the plane ran
to the South of NAS when I picked living allowances. Also proposedis out of fuel 100 yards short of .
an allowance for service per- the shore and dropped into the
Forget streetlights, schools, churches, custom styling, -- sonnel who are separated from
St. Johns River. the
sidewalks, convenience and concentrate on quality. their families for a long periodand Seeing
"blip" disappear off the radar,
who are not housed at govern- Saner rushed from the RATCC

H ment expense. headquarters and personally
Follow The Signs { ,w. Also added to the bill was an assisted the uninjured pilot to
amendment to provide "hazardous dry land.
duty" pay to military personnel
subject to enemy fire peacetime.
Out Blanding To This would cover servicemen In

"limited" wars such as In South Citizens Invite
Vietnam. This amendment wouldbe
made retroactive to January
1, 196L (Continued from page 1))

BELLAIRYour The House blllalso proposed that
1 personnel who retired
sonnel at Kings Hall Bldg. 563.
before June 1 1. 1958 be allowedto
9:40 a.m.-Arrive at LutheranServicemen's
In line with
recompute pensions
Center, 19 Forsyth
present pay rates under the 1958 Street.

I Best Home Buy Pay Act. Ocean 9:50 Street.a.m.-Arrive at USO, 318 '"

10:00: a.m.Arrive ,Service
Vice Adm. Lee
I men's Arcade, 743 W. Ashley St.

YAdm. Lee 5:00 p.m. t Depart Servicemen's
(Continued from Page 1)) Arcade.

5:10 p.m. Depart USO.
ships and aviation squadrons. Included 5:20 p.m. Depart Lutheran
In these assignments was Service Center.
JIM duty aboard 12 aircraft carriers. 5:45 p.m. Arrive NAS Jack-
Prior to his present duty he was sonville.In .
fj PP IB mt >ft f vtm m -wf vmwr v *".. / '*s Deputy Commander In Chief. U.S. order to assist the local
h::i ryriy: Atlantic Fleet and Chief of Staff and congregations to make necessary

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Atlantic Fleet. He has held his participate in this program will
ufi r.g 9fd.:'>SY: 9r4/lfSf present post since October 1961. please telephone the Protestant

Admiral Lee wears the Navy Chaplain's Office, E xt. 425 not
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Statement by "Power for Peace."

Americans everywhere, and especially -
Contestant Answered By VP5Military 14th annual observance of members of the career
Armed Forces Day affords Ameri- civil service, should learn more
cans everywhere opportunity to about the missions and proud
commands frequently 1 I If honor the men and women'of our achievements of our defense team
receive a wide variety of requests Armed Forces. and how uniformed-civilian team-
from the American public. Some Dedicated to preserving national work undergirds our strong national -

are routine while others are quite i_____ 4 security our country's able and defense.We .
unique. alert forces-active and re- urge Federal employees and
One such request recently serve-stand guard at the outpostof their families to take part in
reached the desk of Lieutenant(jg) j1-Jfi; freedom throughout the world or Armed Forces Day 1963 observ-
J. E. Seanor, Public Information train week in and week out in cen- ances In or near their cotn-
Officer for Patrol Squadron Five. r ial' ters across the land. munities.
Miss Rebecca Anne Coram a We of the U.S. Civil Service John W. Macy, Jr.
17 year old candidate for the 1963 Commission proudly join In salut- ChairmanU.S.
.. Rose Queen in the annual Miss .J ing the members of our Army, Civil Service Commission i
Thomas County pageant at 'v 3 Pr 3l
Thomasvtlle, Ga., was Indireneed
of a sailor suit. "Becky" was to o CARLOAD!!
do a song and dance act from South
Pacific and was planning to weara o Including Fee WJ.
set of whites. Movies with Paul
All attempts to find the See the B.sf for leu.S. .
necessary uniform In Thomasvllle .. Jolly/ popwrs (orprogrom.
failed. Then, Miss Coram was } ..
referred to the U.S. Navy In Eat th* best Pin
Jacksonville.The this .{ men of VP-5 undertook the Free Box Popcorn with this ad U.S. J 17 SO.
project and quickly attained a
complete set of whites fashioned ton
t the 38'", 23ft, 36" hopeful and SOMETHING NEWI!
they were forwarded to Becky with / We Now Honor Credit Cards.
the best wishes of the 350-man I/Il
unit. the uniformwas UNIQUE REQUEST Cdr. R. P. Smyth, CO of VP-5, and Ltjg( ) P
Accompanying J. E. Seanor, the squadron's PIO, look over the photographs, Services44S
a standing Invitation to visit
the squadron whenever possible.Last newspaper clippings and letter of thanks from Miss "Becky" ;. ,
week Miss Coram sent to Coram whose request for a salor suit was answered by the squad.
the squadron a set of photographsthat ron's men. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by Marc Whetstone, JOT) (

were taken during the pageant
together with the news that she had Freedom Bond Drive \
been awarded the title of Miss
Congeniality. Becky also stated
I I7-6482i t
that she was looking forward to
Runs Through July 4
visiting the Mad Foxes den in the

near future. COASTAL AUTOMOTIVESpecializing
"If the visit can materialize before Washington (AFPS) All Service personnel will have the opportunityto
the squadron deploys next help their country materially, and at the same time help] themselves,
month" says LtJg( )Seanor,"Miss by the purchase of U.S. Savings Bonds during the 1963 Freedom Bond In Starters, Generators & AlternatorsJ.
Becky will reign as Patrol Squadron Drive which opened May 1 and will continue through July 4.
Five's Queen for a Day." "The Freedom Bond Drive," President Kennedy stated, "serves to E. Baker 6073 Roosevelt Blvd. Jax, Fla.
Identify Savings Bonds most firmly In the public mind as a way to
participate in our nation's efforts
My and ventures into space. enables The "E" type bonds are bought
thousands to respond as individual through payroll deductions and dial EV 8-7676
citizens to the world-wide military pay allotments as well as
challenge to freedom..." for outright cash. They are pur- ti MILITARY
While the government gets most chased at 75 percent of face value
of the money it needs from tax and accrue Interest until they
revenues It needs the money bor- mature. You can get-these bondsin
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i/ meet operational deficits. As far from the $25 bond costing $18.75to
as possible, the Government pre- the $10,000 bond costing$7,500. 'xM1'AWrrOUtJ.r, ri""
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citizens because this reduces the easily and quickly at any bank. cow roc us.a fotgcwcMcDOUGALL'S;
spread of inflation. Thus the Government The "H" type bonds have been CE
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NR Society Provides Funds In EmergencyOutright Navy Wives

grants made by the gratuitous assistance during the of $300 to return to the home other with Jimmie and tell me that I
Navy Relief Society in 1962 period required for government family In a mid-western state. don't love them--only him." The
amounted to $844,159 In 15,661 benefits to be processed. After benefits Less than a month later, the child husband, too, resented Jimmie because The Navy Wives 'Club f 86 met j
cases. are established, assistanceto was severely burned by scaldingwater of the tremendous demands last night at the Dewey Park clubhouse -
of the which these Is available for and had be to nominate candidates for
Many cases makeupthe dependents to hospitalized.He made upon the mother trying to run '
above total are those involvingthe emergency or other extraordinaryneeds. suffered third degree burns on the household care for Jimmie and national office. Theparlimentar-
of deceased the face and neck the chest ian seat for the local board was
dependents personnel right for the rest of the family as she
In these cases, on the A case In point Is that of a widow and upper right abdomen.The wanted to do. Jimmie was also filled.A .
receipt of the casualty report from whose husband was killed in an hospitalization covered a physicaly helpless except for his report was given by Mrs.T.D.
the Bureau of Personnel the airplane accident. The widow and period of three months with out- lungs and for twelve to fifteen Bennett on the Southeast Regional
Society immediately gets In touch four-year-old son resided In the patient treatment continuing after hours each day he screamed at the Convention held in Pensacola.Mrs. .
with the surviving dependent and, vicinity of an Auxiliary and were his discharge. Five skin grafts top of his power which for a 22 Dennett served as chairman[
where necessary, provides immediately assisted with a grant were performed. The total expense months old boy Is very great of the delegation. Two other local
paid by the Society, came indeed. members, Mrs. Henry Wernet and
jo 1900. The child recovered, Medications did not seem to Mrs. Wallace Everosky acted as
,! FOR THE BEST DEALS ON THE BEST AUTOMOBILES!' -. and the widow, when her benefits help, for the mother, a trained the Regional Convention secretaryand

were received, established a home nurse, could ,not give the massive parlimentarlan respectively.
See--Moon The wives welcomed Mrs. Edward -
MullinsLCDR. for herself and son in small town doeses which were indicated but
near her family. which the doctors would not Shiffer, Mrs. Jesse James
(USN RET.) Another case which can be prescribe. Application had been and Mrs. Thomas Holland as new

started with a quotation from the made for admittance of Jimmie to members.Mrs. .
crt SHANNON BROTHERS, mother of a two-year-old, men- a state hospital in his family's Philip Parker,the program
tally retarded boy epitomizes the home state and he had been chairman announced that a
the big yellow building ((11th & Main) problems that can come to a home accepted but there was"00 room at covered dish luncheon will
be held 29 In celebration of
afflicted child live May
where must
an the Inn" for him. The AmericanRed
with normal children. Navy Wives I 8616th anniversary.
Now RenaultsePeugeotseStudebakers. Cross picked up the tangled
"The three of them and Hostesses for the meeting were
(ages threads of this frustrated family at
the time I have to spend Mrs. James Franklin, Mrs.Albert
PHONE EL 6-3993 3)) resent Bethesda Naval Hospital where
Jimmie had been checked. Gastiger, Mrs. Roy Gentry and
Interviews followed and the Mrs. John Day.

whole case documented and then
turned over to the Navy Relief live jackets ImData's

Society. The Society case worker,

I. -'ii::'! ,,' "1; ':,: ,'/"' Ir' with previous experience in a
similar situation arranged for the
parents to return Jimmie to
Bethesda where he
was again
Thursday May 16
-:: checked and then Jimmie was
\. --. ........ placed In a nursing home near Dance featuring Carl Boyd and the
\ J'VEcc. Washington of his parents' choice. Rhythm Kings and Dance
\ The Navy Relief Society paid for Contest, 8:00 p.m. 12:00 a.m.
I.. his stay there, which lasted less
than a month because space Friday, May 17

7SALUTE became available for him in the Dance featuring Phil Cay and the
state Institution and his mother Chantels 9:00 p.m. 1:00 a.m.
took him there, where he shall be Food special Full basket
( no less happy and at home five Fresh water Catfish french

.. members of his familywillbeevenmore fries, cole slaw and hush-
: ) \ closely knit and stronger asa puppies $..90.Saturday.
\ ,.. result of this assistance by the
;;:.- .' ......... .. Society. May 18
lK" ---- .. .. "'
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.-' American the Red Coats 9:00 p.m.-
., t /jiJ( .\. 1:00 a.m.

.... Increased In '62
: j (I rc1JJfry \\ \4E Sunday, May 19

Washington (AFPS) The U.S. Jam Session 2:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m.
; Commerce Department has reported Dance featuring Carl Boyd and the
: that the average income of Rhythm Kings, 8:00 p.m. -
the 58 and one-half million fam- 12:00 a.m.
ilies and Individuals in the United
States totaled $7,140 during 1962.
Monday, May 20
According to the about
report Dining & Dancing. Food special -
30 per cent of the earned
Steak choice rib with
( ) potatoes
incomes between $6,000 and
& salad $1.00Tuesday
... $10,00050; per cent brought home
pay checks totaling less than May 21
$6,000 and 20 per cent had incomes -
Happy Hour 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m.
over $10,000.The .
Our Nations
total family personal income Wednesday, May 22
was $419 billion last -
-. Armed Forces and 23 billion more than in year 196L Game Night 8:00 p.m.EXCELLENT.

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10 JAX AIR NEWS MAY 16, 1963


AO School Marines Victors In

3rd Semiannual MAD Field MeetBy r '

J.w m

Mae Spencer, JOl

The AO School Marines The purpose of the meet he con- AE School, first; AO School
were the victors in the third semi- tinued is to maintain esplrlt de second. Broad jump AO School,
annual Marine Air Detachment corps and provide a change of first and second place. r
Field Meet held Saturday. They pace from classroom activities.The .
compiled 30 points in the eight Jax Marines will have a Tug of War -- MFS out pulledAO P
r ,physical skill events thus enabling further test of their battle prowess School. M I
t them to retain possession of the during August and September when Shelterhalf Pitching Contest -- t
:l plaque which they have held since they move out to Camp Blanding Sgt. L.H. Kelly and R. K. Yost '
the Inception of the meet in May for two weeks of exercise. Map AE School, first place; Head- :
1962. reading scouting, taking quarters second. 8f ,: 5t i____
Placing second was AE School advantage of terrian and ether Pistol Stripping -- AO School ,
Marines, with 16 points; third, battle problems will be held first, Headquarters second.
Mechanical Fundamental School under simulated fire by opposing The Hand Grenade Toss for
with 10 points and Headquarters,4 "guerrillas". Accuracy, AO School, first and :
points. Results of the various events second place. _
The points were awarded on an were: The Hand Grenade Toss for
overall basis In each of the nine Softball game final,Mechanical Distance, AE School, first; AO -
events of the Meet. Fundamental School, beat AO School second.A PROUD MARINES from AO School I guard the MAD Field Meet
The Field Meet is held in School, 2-L final event, a chocolate pie Honor Plaque, AO Marines won the plaque for the third time last
conjunction with the' Marines Six Mile Force March AE eating contest found AO School Saturday. (L. to R.) Pfc. J. L. Waters, Pfc. J. J. Thomas, L/Cpl.
physical training program. "All School, first; AO School second. eating their way to first place with N. P. Bandoln and Pfc. W. G. Land. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by
the events in the Meet are closely Track Events -- 100 yard dash- MFS a meringue smeared second. Ron Gardner, PH2.P 1))
related to actual battle needed
skills and much of the equipmentused YOUR FRIENDLY
is the same as used in
combat," said Major Malcom A.
Hill, MAD Commanding Officer. Bowl-0-Matic

2600 Blanding Boulevard at Cedar Creek Bridge
CPO Club Notes
Phone EV 4-6221 or EV 7-3569

Thursday, May 16 NOW OPEN ALL NIGHT!

Advisory Group Meeting,
First Patio Dance Music by Billy types of summer Leagues now forming. Mail or bring
May Orchestra, 8:00 p.m. this application for membership in a league of your choice.
12:00 a.m. F

Friday, May 17 NAME _____ .,
I ------------------
Dancing to Kay Rayn Trio, PHONE ___
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9:00 p.m. 1:00 a.m. ADDR ESS ________
Saturday, May 18 TYPE OF LEAGUE PREf.ERED--------
Dancing to The Chantels,9:00 p.m. DAY & TJME PREFEREDMixed -----------
1:00 a.m. Salisbury Steak$.90

Sunday, May 19 'ILf Doubles' Men's Handicap Ladies Handicap
Dance to Charlie Jay, 8:00 p.m.- Men's Scratch 'Ladies Scratch Ladies Coffee League
t 12:00 a.m. K.C. Steak $1.65 i Y JUNIORS -SENIORS -HANTAMS

Monday, May 20 ?
I CPO Wives Board Meet-

ing 8:00 p.m. FASTEST TEAM in the Marines Field Meet shelter half pitching
I Pizza Nite contest were Sgt. L. H. Kelly and Sgt. R. K. Yost of AE "A' Serving:

:, Tuesday, May 21 School. (Official U.S. Navy Photo by Ron Gardner, PH2-P1)).

Game Night 8:00 p.m. IMcilMIT,1
t Happy Hour for one hour after
f Game Night. )
I Wednesday, May 22 ] .
Western y i""" W \" ;:;.d
Nite Country Drifters j \ a. .SMJ H Ma+ AREA
Congratulations Armed Forces
Duplicate BridgeAt HAIRSTYLING r/

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Duplicate bridge is now being r ,
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would like to learn duplicate permanent waves t
bridge, you may join the 'group *; .. MOBILE HOME DEALER
Tuesday evenings at 7:30p.m..
I Bring your partner. : : i
For information call Mrs. Leon i P.fgJFsMiliTARf I
M. Mink D I II'

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MAY 16 1963

111K hE I Give, To Navy Relief

Jacksonville Symphony Pops Concert
FL 9.2931



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6ND Pistol And Rifle

I Matches Begin IDE:

Five teams opened fire last Mon- A Sixth Naval
day morning in preparation for be made up of .
Sixth Naval District Rifle and scores in matches
Pistol matches scheduled to begin Host Command and the .
here Monday, May 20 at 8 a.m. District Small Arms :
Representatives from the USS ship Instructor (SAMI) :;>
Yellowstone, VAP-62.NS Charleston Small Arms ,
NAS Cecil Field,HAS Sanford, structors are not
NAS Key West and NAS Jax will participate in team
be present In open competition. they are allowed to I"w
Individual honors. :
men are J.J. Galica,
Hospital Romps Key West and Charles

GMCS, Charleston,
In Intramural Jax SAMI!, Virgil
Awards will be
Individual first, !

Softball PlayBy and fourth rifle and; first fifth and / : PM .

Leon Dulin for women. P.p.
for aggregate team
National League leading Hospital presently held by NAS J
chalked up a win over ComFairJ ax and by NAS Key
last Thursday to give them seven These will be
consecutive wins and the boastof homes unless
being the only undefeated team present. holders.
in NAS Intramural softbalL Tournament : 771.6161
Their success seems to be 18, pre-competlon
largely dependent on a couple of iod; May 20, Individual
free throwing pitchersJim"Red"Mills petition 8 a.m.; pistol ,
and Jim Dwigglns. Betweenthe petition 1
two they have pitched two Individual rifle -1
no-hitters (one each), four one- 8 a.m.; May 24, rifle \
hitters and one two-hitter. Four petition 8 a.m. !I
of the seven games were shut outs. SEE USFIRST.
Of course a winning team also
needs wood. They have this too, IM PH2P1)r A WEEK
in leading hitters Ed McDonough(3i3) p.m.I
( ), Eddie Peake (LF), and \ AND
Sandy Wagner (C). The battingteam PH2P1)r
as a whole, has driven in an Begin I
average of 15.6 runs per game. I SAVE!
Contributing to the winning com NAS Intramural \
bination Hospital has it's own
Tuesday as some
version of Ben Geraghty in player- saw their net men in \
manager Dr. J.W. Bickerstaff. rounds of the
Bickerstaff sometimes plays first Tournament. | WE TRADE
base and hits too.
Frank McCaffrey, FOR FURNITURE
The rest of the team membersare
Director, that
Joe Counts (Ib). Joe Rubd ((2b) 32 entries reports in the OR ANYTHING
and Bernie Haugh ((2b), Jim FoleySS singles. Only one OF VALUE
Bill CF and
( ) Jones ( ) Harry was allowed from each LI PS HIGHWAY
Then.s RF .
( ) I ( of Philip Highway P .

I BASE Used"" Cars iJ1c._: .. .


KIN i or used! !car __

to choose from

THE STRETCH Jim Foley, of Hospital, strains to
base in the Hospltal-ComFairJox Softball game, which
men won 5-1. (Official U.S. Havy Photo by Ron Gardner, ) -- Jacksonville 10, Florida


}- I

16 1963

American League Bowlers


Continue Tight IM RacesBy


Leon Dulin, SHIn Mad Foxes 3-1 to still remain match, while the Mix Masters drop
nip-and-tuck American numerically In the running. Should four to the Flying Phantoms. This Ad. should' b. molted to the JAX AIR' NEWS 4724 Clyd. Drive,
a ,
the Chiefs Jocksonvllle 8, Florida to arrive not later than Tuesday for publl'
the Falcons
Intramural bowling league the four or takeas would only produce a tie and would cation tKo following Thursday:Ad."arriving too 'lot for this deadline
top teams turned In profitable wins, much as two points In their then call for some sort of a will .b. published the 'following wo.k unless tho.publisher U I In.
one week before their last sched- last matches Monday May 13, the settlement between the two teams. strutted otherwise. A or money order for the full cost of the
uled matches. ThePatrolSquadron Cannon Cockers would be At the end of Thursday May 9 od must .bo r.celved ITH the copy for the ad. DO NOT SEND CASH.

30 Chiefs narrowly evaded a tie eliminated from the bowl-offs bowling, the Owl Hoots and the

with the Falcons, for first place, however. Griffins with two and one matches RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines) . . s $1.00
as they took the entire four points The Continental league has only respectively, left to bowl, have Per additional line ((4 words per line) .35
from the Marlins. This put them one vacancy left for bowl-off wrapped up bowl-off positions.
1/2 point ahead of the Falcons, seekers since the Hornets are in They have yet to settle the one-two
first place and out of range. And spots between themselves. The
in an undisputed first. FOR SALE Normandy Village FOR -CPOUniformspract..
The Bowleros rolled over the that spot will be a tough one to Owl Hoots presently lead with a 3 BR. 1 Bath, Central heating, new, coat 42-L, waist 36" after
Sky Warriors 4-0 which boosted get into for anyone other than the 37-7. The Griffins have a 39-9 air conditioned, kitchen equipped, five call EV 47430MOTORCYCLE
them to within one point of the Mix Masters. They are four full for a slightly smaller percentage.With fenced yard. 8218 Patou Dr.
Chiefs and 1/2 point away from points ahead of the third place one week remaining,except EV 7-4312 59 XIH HLY.
Confidentials. Therefore,the Confidentials' for the make ups, bowling teams
the Falcons. DAV. $500.00. REBUILT like
The Cannon Cockers nipped the only hope Is to win 4-0 vie for three remaining spots in FOR SALE-Two large houses In new FAST. Ph. EL 4-7511 wk.
from the Ham Hocks, their last the Intramural
Bowl-Offs. Thisis
Middleburg. Phone BU 2-5295 dys. Sun. 1056 MAYNARD ST.
composed of the two top teamsof

ANNOUNCING each of three leagues. Three FOR SALE 2 Baths, kit. equip., TRAILER '53 PAN-AM Ins.
have already clinched their berths. air conditioned & Finance IncL -
sep. dining rm., payments $44.39
NEW STORE HOURSFor Standings from May 6-10: den, fenced yd. 1 blk school, $265.00 dn. BaL $1100.00. 1 Br.
AMERICAN conv. to NAS & Cecil Fid. 36 x 8. Wk days Ph. EX 8-1597
6920 Arques Rd. 389-5161 Mrs. Courtney. Sat & Sun. 1056
Your Convenience Our New, Modern 1.Hour win loss MaynardFOR

Chiefs 36 16 FOR SALE Cedar shingle home.
MARTIN DRY CLEANING PLANT Falcon}$ 351/4 isVfc 3 BR., 1 Bath in preferred Avon- SALE Dekalb Baby Grand
Bowleros 35 35 17 dale Riverside area, nr schools Piano. $475.00. EV 8-3207.
WILL REMAIN OPEN TILL 7:30 P.M. DAILY Cannon Cockers 33 19 churches, bus lines, on shady 1279 Lechdale Circle.

CONTINENTALHornets corner lot. Separate garage nr
expressway entrance, 15 min from FOR RENT Kit. equiped 2BR.
Expert Alterations. Fast Laundry Service. *
41',1 141% NAS EV 8-3207; 1279 LECH-! New Tri-plex. Res. area 4 block
Mix Masters 36 20 DALE CIRCLE from Gateway Shop.Cntr.schools
We Feature The South's Flying Phantoms 34% 21% nearby $65.00mo. 1056MaynardSt.
Confidentials 32 24
BUILD A Business of your own after 6:00 p.m.
selling Beauty Counselor cosmetics -
Largest Stock Or NATIONALOwl High profits. Low Invest- APTS. FURNISHED 3859 Hers-
Hoots 37 7 ment. Call Mrs. Scott 389-9021 chell. 4 rtnS. & bath, elec,nr HAS
Griffins 39 9 $70. EV 7-1950
Hospital 31V4 2<1h
Lucky Seven 30 18

to 12 months to pay *rights.Have already clinched bowl-off Special Services Offers Way

"Naval Tailors For 3 Generations"miRLom

Americans today own over $45
M blllion'in Series E and H Bonds, To Use Leisure TimeBy

cw'I an all-time high. That would buy
two million homes at $22,500 eachor
15 million $3,000 cars -or four Leon Dulln, SN
and half million $10,000 college
UJHITC educations. Or take your own (This Is the first in a series of
special dreams. Whatever their articles on the NAS Hobby shop). '+A
'III' price tag. Savings Bonds can make Have you visited the Hobby Shop

6475 Roosevelt Blvd.-Next to Jax NAS-Ph. EV 8.3556 them possible as they have for mil- lately? It might be news to you
lions of others. that they have a great number of
things to Interest almost any true-
blue hobbyist. Materials are

HUGHES BROS. TODAY SAFETY CHECK ments.available Electronics In some, five automotive depart-,

wood work ceramics and photo-

TIRE COMPANY YOUR CAR FREE graphy head the list for anyone
wishing to make use of some spare
b time.
4520 San Juan Avenue The ceramics department, a
Ph. EV 4-6423 nice spacious area, boasts 600
THIS available molds for public use.
CARWE'RE 700 people utilized the ceramic
facilities during the month of
ALSO EQUIPPED TO : Safety.Checked April

Reline brakes..install mufflers. tailpipes, batteries fan belts, radio Mrs. Edna W. Lorentsen who is
other services.! AND... in charge of the department, also
ator hose and spark $... perform many .14
if wish will completely SAFETY CHECK YOUR CAR FREE! conducts three weekly night
you we
classes 6-8 p.m. on Mondays -
Get this nationally recognized Car Safety Sticker for your windshield. Thursdays and Saturdays.An
artisan in her own right, she has
Tjrtt0ttt NEW TREADSAPPLIED assisted many people in creating a FOWL PLAY- That's about
: number of beautiful glazed fix- what it amounts to as Mrs. W.
ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES tures. Cited as an example Mrs. L renhen pulls I I her rooster

WHITEWALLS-ANY SIZENarrow Lorentse said, "a 19 piece Nativityset from the kiln. She instructs
can be made for a cost of less classes in the art of ceramicsat
or Wide Design, than $5." Smaller Items can be the NAS Hobby Shop, where
Tubeless or TubetypeOur made for less than 504 with ma- she made this figurine. (Official *
terial available right In the Hobby U.S. Navy Photo by Ron
W' Shop Exchange.Next Gardner, PH2-P1))
New Treadt. identified by Medallion and hop mark artst I time you are looking for
GUARANTEED something to do remember that the Long distance phone calls during
during au. 01
!t..Against Against defects normal In road workmanship huard. and p maun.r-pairabl. puncture' Hobby Shop Is open Monday through the hours when reduced rates are
tered in everyday. pe''ieI\tr tread' rtusr wear and r 12 based months.neplacern"t. on list prim current Friday from 3-10 p.m., Saturdayfrom In effect are running beyond switch
at time of adjultnwnt.prorated on 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday board capacity of General
from 2-9 p.m. Telephone Co. of Florida. The
.Next week's article will reduced rates a **ct calls made
USE OUR TIME PAYMENT PLAN... s feature the woodwork shop. between 9:30 p.m. and 4:30 3.m.MAY .


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I}' -PAGE 14 JAX AHEW'S;: ---l:

IM GolfStandings CONVENIENT rt

\\fllatz 1141111'1tlihiii ffl VtRSlDl

National League standings:
Chuck PhillIps Frank Layne
VP-30 "B" 3 0
Indoor Pool By Red Cross
Hospital "B" 2 1 CENTERVisit
VP-18 2 1
Have you ever asked yourself them fot their schedule but some of f ComFairJax 3, 2
question "What do I have to do to the facilities available to them VA-45 2-1/2 1-1/2

lose weight besides starve myselfto .were: floor mats,Olympic weights, VAP- 2-1/2 2-1/2 Our
death?" or "How can I gain barbell &dumbells,chinning bars, NARTU 1 2

some extra weight where its massaging vibrator, medicine VP-16 1 2 Located Lot In The

needed. balls, bicycle excerciser, FAETU 0 5
The answers, according to JessieL. hydraulic rowing machine, side Cedar Hills Shopping Center

Young, GMG1 of NAS Com- horse, parallel bars, wall pulleysand American League standings:
missary Store and Cordell H. of course the steam room and

Williams, HN at Navy Hospital, Olympic size pool VP-30"A" 4 0 FOR :
are Just a little initiative and tak- The best training schedule would Hospital "B" 4 1
ing advantage of exercising facilities be after the workday is completewith A/C Maint 4 1 BEST TRADES..BEST TERMS

at the NAS Indoor PooL enough time before the evening VP-7 2 3

Young weighed in at 220 Ibs with i meal to permit at least an hour Admin 2 3 ON CHEVROLETS CHEVY ITS CORVAIRS
a 38 inch waist. He worked out a of rest. If you exercise later be Marines 1 3
schedule to fit his off duty hours sure it is at least an hour after VP-5 1 4

for two or three days week. After the meal and allow some time FAW-11 1 4 Riverside
about four months he weighed out before retiring for reading or just
at a trim 172 lbs with a 34 inch relaxing.

waist. -- Chevrolet
On the other hand.Williams,who

weighed only 119 Ibs, over approximately -
the same length of / 3530 BLANDING BLVD.
time, increased his biceps from 11
to 16 inches and his chest from 36

to 42 inches while his total weight '63 MODELSFULLY
came up to 150 lbs.
What did they do?

Well, you will have tocheckwith

IM Softball


Another week of Softball was EQUIPPED GREYHOMDHASmSERVICE
concluded May 6-10 as station
units worked for victories that
would count toward points for the
"Ironman" trophy. 15 JMLIAST,

Results ''A 'f0.svfrr; American League

Monday, May 6
AF679th 21. FAW-11 1

VA-45 10, Ordnance 4
A/C Maint 9, VP-18 6 PUZZLE PAY/
VP-16 14, COmess 4

Wednesday, May 8 ACROSS (B-Sea k nat e g The Holt Publishing Company,
VAP-62 6, VA-45 0 1-IUu'helor of 7-:ScuffX publlthers ofthfjox( Air News
Sflence InJ'harniary -1 lurried Is offering) a $ .OO prize forth
aThrohKlSllkworm earliest/ postmarked cortabbrt
Ordnance 7, A/C Maint 1 4-iliT ) Fact answer to this week's
ll Aflernounl
O& R ::7, VP-16 2 nickname crossword puzzle./ Deadline
8-Itarracu\ 16.1'fnFUex/ for entries' will be 1200 each
National League 12-Female sheep :20( -I\ Saturday following publication. -
13-Country of 1 The winner will be announced
AMA i 22.I'
Thursday, May 9 14Utraduller:4-IIIgh oesscs In next week's Issue
Meet mountain of the Jax Air News. Entries'
VP-30 9, Marines 0
15-Unlt ofpeed :25-ThlnKK!! In must be sent to the Holt Publishing
Dispensary 15, NAMTG 5 law Company, 4724 Clyde
VP-7 14. Admin 4 17.I.amb'name | en ::27.!!9-Styes Iron) of Drive, Jacksonville/ 8, Flo.
Crash & Fire 21, FAETU 1 14 IS-More automobilrM30KquaIlty
Supply 15.VU10 5 19-I'nyn unusual 311.W..alll'I.IiI\,. 14.1.1111.1 l
Hospital 5, ComFairJax 1 attention 31-AiiKlo-Saxon mammalIOl'erlJilnlii mrnmnr, ,
21'Tableland22Kl I money 1. in 45-\Vlnt >r
t' 'Kk23'Swttui 32.":Rtllt'r the I'opc \i-hlch-
Standings :! HMT2CQunrrel" U-IIrunkar,1 41.Mall ("fi-tir'rr.1; ':"ii." 'ul.'
American win Loss 35-I Fold 4i .lllRh, crudrulloq. .
League \ 42-SlavrM .
( 19! |IluRclry plant On a Greyhound thru service bus, you ride straightthru
NARTU 6 1 3n-PIIXZltll
1 2 3 a s 6 1 I 9 10 II to destination.The
Ordnance 6 1 33.Nlumbenc3fUCOl! your only thing that changes
AF679th 5 2 :35-: Muilent Female 12 13 I 14 is the scenery. Only Greyhound has so much thru

A/C VA-45 Maint 4 4 4 4 :36-31-l'I"tI.lh'Male .hI'II i 13 16 17 bus service to so many places. For thru service

O&R 3 3 :3!-thumb43Adhesl t'nrt of II \19 20 GO GREYHOUND. AND LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US.

VP-18 3 3 \'e
VAP-62 2 4 : mibataure45ltrenk 21 m 22 m 23 24Dirtr. 23 Exclusive Scenicruiser Service no extra fare. For example:
luMenly! ;XX; 26 27 m Pm,Daly. .G.. .wq ..... D..... Q..w.,
COmess 2 4
28 29
IC-Soapitnne -00.: Key Wes Fla... 8.$12.56
4)l-Aerial) kX>o:: !SXX WashIngton. D.C.12.$20.80
VP-16 1 5 maneuver 30 31 32 < 33 Tampa, ria...... 16...$ 5.35 Chicago, III....... 17.$28.65
FAW-11 1 6
0-ienu f :Q ><
San Cal..
maple U Diego, 7.$66.00 Norfolk, Va....... 7.$19.70
National League ,2-l:51-Sl.ive>e\' urrd 33- : Memphis, T enn..20.$18.10 Houston, Tex.... 7.$25.90

Hospital 7 0' !!i3Slniilt64Toar: 3o QQQ 37 31 IQQ<: :39 40 41 42 Ask about Creyhouncl' reduced, round trip furlough fares.

VP-7 6 l'' r.1i-.'re'lIc'b X> 43 a4 as
plural I m 1QQ'IIrtl'le
VP-30 5 ( 1 46 47 a. 49 Greyhound TermInal 10 N. Pearl St. Phone 356.5521
Crash & Fire 4 .2 DOWN'
Supply 4 '12 50 $1 U

ComFairJax ; t :: I'J i i .:=I'ltroom!.t'umircan' ,
Admin (flf3j! 1.',3 3-AwnlU, : ; 1'3 f)" IQS; S
aetllvnicnl t ; t
Dispensary l t.t 4 .f.llllw' by United r) .tun SywUcaU Inc. 30
Marines 2 :.i4 i ivu..rott' J, t ;
1 6'J

: : 0 1 6 6 ',ii UM ll ".....J Pare Oily .and 1 1 leave/ the driving 1 1 to us

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1-MAY 16, 1963 JAX AIR PAGE 15

, President ExtendsAir L. McDonald to the Senate for
confirmation as Chief of Naval
Operations. He will succeed Adm.
Force Chief; George W. Anderson whose termas O ri'= lreJu
CNO expires on Aug L H63-
The White House, pointed out
Names New CNO that General LeMay's reappointment 05ZA if

for one year will avoid future -

Washington (AFPSPresident) occurrences, where the two
Kennedy has nominated Gen. year terms of two military chiefs
Curtis E. LeMay as Air Force expire within the period of one
Chief of Staff for an additional year month. Of the current chiefs and
the Navy nominee, General LeMay's -
beginning July 1, and at the same
time sent the name of Adm. David extended term will expirein
mid-1964, Army Chief of Staff
General Wheeler's In late 1964 and

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ Admiral Admiral McDonald's McDonald's in mid appoint-1965. ______ 1_

ment makes it the second time
LOANS within two years that he has suc-
ceeded Admiral Anderson. He
took over as Commander Sixth WARRIORS RETURN Members of VR-741, shown here prior to their departure two weeks ago for
$600To Fleet in July 1961, relieving Admiral Port Lyautey, Morocco, are scheduled to return to HAS Jax next Monday. The reserve unit spent
Service Anderson who then movedto its annual I two-week training period In the Mediterranean operating with the U. S. Sixth Fleet.
the CNO position. (Official U. S. Navy Photo by NARTU)

PHONE 264.9362FOR General LeMay, upon completion -
1 STOP SERVICE of his extra year as Air Force
Chief of Staff, will have spent Florida ReservistsTo
Loans seven years in Headquarters uso I
1704 Highway 17-Oronge Park USAF four as Vice Chief and threeas Return

$ $ $ $ $ Chief. Prior to this he was MondayFleet
$ $ $ Commander-in-Chief, StrategicAir NotesThursday
Command for nine years.
Tactical Support Squadron goodwill gesture from the peopleof
741, comprised of Naval the United States to the peopleof
May 16 Reservists from throughout the Morocco. The orphanages and
Games of Your Choice state of Florida, is scheduled to welfare agencies in Morocco received -
return to NAS Jacksonville, the supplies.
TIREDOf Friday, May 17 Monday, May 20. The 45-man VR-741 Is a Weekend Warrior
j't Carnival Decoration Party, unit has been operating with the Squadron attached to the Naval
7:00 p.m. U.S.. Sixth Fleet as part of the Air Reserve Training Unit hereat
Just Eating Out? Saturday 18 annual two-week active duty NAS Jax. Each officer and
May requirement for Navy Reserve enlisted man during the tour, has
i Charleston Carnival, games, members. been busily training In their
Step into Wonderland home-baked goodies,6:00 p.m.- Leaving NAS Jax May 6, VR- particular duties. For some, It
Enjoy Jacksonville 11:00 p.m. 741 flew to Port Lyautey,Morocco, has been a refresher course, their
site of its base of operations. experience being used toward the
ttf Most Romantic & Sunday, May 19 From there, the crewmen have training of the new squadron men.
ExquisiteRestaurant Vespers & Refreshments, First made flights to various European Commander W. G. Sellers
Methodist Church, 5:30 p.m. countries for the purpose of trans- skipper of the squadron and
; 1E Movie "On The Riviera", ferring supplies and personnel Lieutenant Commander E. G.Wllburn .
7:15 p.m. connection with in-service train- the executive officer,are
ing, instrument flying and airline pilots in civilian life.
1r 3 3G Monday, May 20 navigation.In .

i $( Jr. Volunteer Training Course conjunction with deployment
OlSOn 1 1I. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. exercises the squadron flew Club
Acey Duey
Free Dance Lessons 8:00 p.m. approximately 5,000 pounds of
9:30 p.m. food, clothing and medical I supplies
Dance for all, 9:30: 11:00 p.m. to Port Lyautey. These articles
were donate by various merchantsand Thursday, May 16
May 21
concerns of Jacksonville as a
Sing-A-Long,7:30 p.nv 11:30 p.m.
'k usa Jr. Volunteer Party at NAS
'k -r"jJ *, HospitalNAVY Friday, May 17

Western Night "Country
Patio Social
Drifters" 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m.

Saturday, May 18

Planned By Cappies Combo, 8:30 p.m. -
12:30 a.m.

!! CPO WivesCPO Sunday, May 19

Game Nlght,5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Wives met Monday, May 6 Music by Bud Clark 8:30 p.m.-
for their regular business meeting 12:30 a.m.

COMPARE: 4 BEDROMS 2 BATHS $62.00 PA PER YS LL with Presiding.President, Fee Coneer, Monday, May 20

ly k tkij jjLiyuuL 4 BEDROOMS 1Y2 BATHS $jV.UUpAVJALL co ??*MO.< Plans for a"Let'sGetAquainted Pinochle and Chess Tournament,
P W f J WWllP Patio Social" for new chiefs and 7:30 p.m. 11:30 p.m.
JJ.JUpAVJAH.,:. their wives were by Tuesday, May 21
LVA-NO DOWN PAYMENT Schimmelmann -
FHA 3 BEDROOMS 1 BATHS $53.50 PER MO Vie MitchelL
DOWN PAYMENT PAYS ALL Next business meeting will be Wednesday, May 22
Sports Movies,8:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.Jfta .
BETWEEN CECIL FIELD AND N.A.S. June 3 at 8:00 p.m.

U WELCOME SpcUl (Invitation ALL SERVICE If you art an "E-3" or higher you can i Z SELLING WORLDS MOTOR LARGEST SCOOTERI/ ;sz, A..
PERSONNEL AND THEIR hart a 4 bedroom, 1 '/ both home for LESS
PARK.fAHILIBS CUMBERLAND FROM DEWEY HOUi- than your current quarters ellowanci.Meadowb f
,,'\ "'
Rentals/ p. Service
Low down all makes.
payment. Free IIIetime
Bank rate Lub 2 Oil
rook Terrace financing. changes.PH. .

Blanding Blvd at Parkwood Drive Jax Vespa

Open 10 'till Dark Dally Phone CO 4-6155 011I Arll.IOII
949 Arlington Rd. Expftuway Tmn Left 725-4864

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I ,, P. Seat, Fact. Air Cond., White
( Vinyl Interior.
I . . . .$2395
4-Dr., H'Top. P.S, P.B., Power
Excellent)) Condition.
I . . . ..$1595
Wagon, R&H, Auto Trans., Deluxe l ,
I Interior, Extra Nice.
1 . . . . .$1595
Heater, Tonneau Cover.
I . . . . .$1495
4 Auto.Trans., Radio and Heater.
I 1 VIC . . .. . .$1495
H'Top, V-8, AT, R&H, PWR. Steering.
| . . . . .$2395
] Bonneville) V-8, Auto Trans., R&H,
Steering, PWR. Brakes, WSW.
I I . . . . .$1295
4-Dr., AT, R&H, WSW.
EVROL ET . . . .$795
| ) 6-Cyl., Stand Shift, R&H, WSW.
. . . . .$1295
I 4-Dr., Sedan. P.S.,.P.B.,.WSW.

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SEDANS .$1695 FM/ Price

. $45.95 Pee Month

I ES .' $53.00 Per Month

. $98.00 Per Month

.ft 'a WAGONS . $2095 Full// Price

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