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Employment Opportunities Reviewed By COIn ;

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keeping with the finn and 6, 1961 specifies that 'It is the expect supervisory personnel to application for employment, Washington 25, D.C. or to the
positive policy of the Depart- plain and positive obligation of recognize that the assumption of promotion, lay-off, or discharge, President's Committee on Equal
ment of the Navy that all quali- the U.S. Government to promoteand this responsibility Is a condition job assignment, disciplinary action Employment Opportunity, Wash- :
fied persons are assured of equal ensure equal opportunity for of their employment. or other employment ington 25, D.C. Complaints filed
employment opportunities without all qualified persons without regard Further, I expect complainants to matters. The procedure for filIng directly with the Navy Employment -
regard to race, color, creedor to race, creed, color, or accept their obligations to support complaints is posted on offi- Policy Officer or with the ,
national origin, Captain JohnR. national origin seeking employment any allegations of discrimination cial bulletin boards. President's Committee, how-
Mackroth, Commanding Offi- or employed by the Federal In a temperate and "Complaints may be addressedto ever, are referred back to me for -
cer and Deputy Employment Government.' factual manner. me, Captain John R.MackrotJ;'? Initial Investigation. t
Policy Officer for the U.S. Naval "As Commanding Officer, I "Any Federal employee or as Deputy f1In1oytn ? "Further information reRV'ilrding .
Air Station,Jacksonville, Florida expect all civilian and military qualified applicant for employment Officer, NavlllXir l S S' this matter may be ob-
recently Issued the following personnel to assume a personal or his authorized repre- sonville, Flqia\ !\ from Mr. Michael Cas- r
statement to the Jax Air News: responsibility for making con- sentative, may file a complaintif Building 1, W t J tTNavy Em- cone, Employment Relations _
"Equal Employment Oppor- structive contributions to the national he believes that he has been ployment Policy Officer, Mr. Superintendent IRD, Room 225D "-
tunity in government a goal of equality of oppor- discriminated against because of Charles R. Peck, Office of the Building 907, U.S. Naval Air
goal of the federal merit system. tunities as expressed In Executive race, creed, color, or national Under ,Secretary of the Navy, Station, Jacksonville, Florida."
Executive Order 10925 of March Order 10925. I also origin In connection with an Room '4E664, Pentagon Building,

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Local Flying Club To Host IRS TaxInstructions Weekend Inspection For lax :h

Open House This WeekendThis I Reservists Set by RAdm KochThe

Washington (AFPS) -- instructions .
highlight of the year for 1,200 Naval Air Rescue "Weekend
for Income tax check
week-end January 16-17, at 12 noon, the Jax Navy Flying ments and U.S. savings bond pay-refunds Warriors" from throughout the State of Florida will come Saturday,
Club will participate in Open-House festivities to be held at tfer- have been Issued by the Internal January 16, with the Annual Military Inspection of the Naval Air .
long Field, located on the western outskirts of Jacksonville, at the Revenue Service (IRS). Reserve Training Unit,at. Jacksonville. I,
junction of Herlong Road and Normandy Blvd. Conducting the annual event will be Rear Admiral George P.
All checks should be made
The open-house will provide aviation enthusiasts with an oppor- pay- Koch USN, Chief of Naval Air Reserve Training, whose headquarters
able to the IRS. Income tax Is ,
tunity to view a large assortment of general aviation aircraft. Planes is located at Glenview, HI. Admiral Koch will be making his second
not considered paid until the
on display will Include a 1929 bi-plane, a World War II P-51 Mustang check clears the taxpayer's bank.If annual inspection of the local command. I

fighter,_and,a light twin-engine_ aircraft. a check Is returned for Insufficient The Inspection party will ar- )
Seven of the nine aircraft own- Downed Pilot
funds or other rea- AF rive at the Jacksonville Naval fAir
ed by the Jax Navy Flying Club Station Admiral Koch *
VP-814 Begins sons after the filing deadline, a
will be on display and club members penalty may be Incurred. From Shangri-la has been scheduled as the. .""" <
will be present to answer for VIP luncheonspon-
Taxpayers can elect to have speaker a f
questions on the planes or the Training Duties tax overpayments refunded In Rescued by VW-4 sored by the Jax Navy Chief Petty
club. Club aircraft
presently Officer's Mess aboard the stationat
Series E savings bonds. For a
consist of: The Piper J-3 Cub, Hosted By VP-5 savings bond refund, the taxpayer An Air Force officer attachedto noon today.Friday .
Piper PA-17 Vagabond, Cessna may check the appropriate box in Fighter Squadron 13 aboard the afternoon, January 15,
150 Cessna 172, Beechcraft T- Six aircraft of VP-814 whichare and
the 313 active duty officers
line 21,page 1, Form 1040 or Item USS Shangri-La was rescued
34B Mentor, Beechcraft Bonanza based at NAS Twin Cities 11, Form 1040A. from the Atlantic last Thursdayafter men of the local unit will be inspected -
35, and the Ryan ST3KR (PT- Minneapolis, Minn., arrived in his F8E developed control by Admiral Koch. The
22)). Two additional planes are Jacksonville, Sunday, Jan. 10. troubles 20 miles south east of St. active duty Inspection is scheduled -
presently undergoing overhaulIn The squadron made up of 120 AMD Sailor Gets Augustine, forcing him to eject for 2 p.m.
addition to the static dis- officers and men will be at NAS into the briny deep. The major event of the weekend -
plays, a variety of events are Jacksonville for two weeks active December Nod As His swim was short, with the the formal Inspection of the
planned for the two afternoons. duty training. help of VW-4, a unit renownedfor selected reservists from Floridaand
Leading off the festivities will They will be working closely their work in hurricane re- South Georgia is scheduled
be a demonstration of precision with their host squadron, VP-5, Outstanding Man connaissance.Air for 8 p.m. Saturday.
marching by the drill team from to achieve maximum benefit from Force Capt.James C.Dog- Appearing In conjunction with
NAS, Jacksonville.The this training period, which will December's "Serviceman of gett Is currently serving VF13as the Admiral's visit will be the
Vapor Trails demon- be highlighted by an extended the Month" Is D. E. Ray, PR2, part of the pilot exchange program Naval Air Basic Training Cornmand's -
stration from the JaxNavyParachute over-water flighttoBermuda this of the Aviators Equipment Division between the services. He Rebound Tumbling Team I
Club will follow with hour of the Aircraft Main- _II'
an weekend. Commander K. Ben- had been airborne for over an The "Starflights" who will 'r
and a half long program of aerial jamin is the Commanding Officer tenance Department. His present hour when the mechanical failure come from Pensacola for the
antics and precision spot of the visiting squadron and Com- assignment Is that of supervisor occurred. event.

landings. mander H. J. Frank Is the Exe- of the Oxygen Regulator Shop At the same time he ejected, The Navy trampoline team will
(Continued on Page 8) cutive Officer. where he has spent many hours Crew Three of VW-4 was returning also arrive at the JacksonvilleNaval
during the past few months Air Station Thursday and
L to NAS Jax from Puerto
including his own free time In has four performances scheduled
Rica The Hurricane Hunter Super -
( developing an oxygen regulator Constellation, commanded by during the inspection weekend.
test bench. The bench will LCdr Donald A.Williamson and Included w ill be a halftime show
supplement equipment now avail- Co-pilot Ltjg Alfred H. Agnew Friday night during the inter-
able and permit complete testing received the distress messageand mission of the Jacksonville Uni-
of regulators now in use. altered course to search for versity Wilmington, N.C., College
Such initiative and ability have the downed airman. basketball game at Swisher
been true of Ray's entire Navy After ejecting Capt. Doggettlit gymnasium. The team will also "
career. Joining the Navy in 1959, flares which enabled the have a program during the Sat-
he re-enlisted under the Star Hurricane Hunters to locate him urday night inspection 'and has
Program in 1960 and was advanced quickly. The Super Conny orbitedthe appearances scheduled for both
to PR3 after successful local television stations.
downed aviator and directed a
completion of "A" School].... rescue helicopter from the Another major event scheduled >
Ray graduated fourth In his class Shangri-La to the scene. by the local unit is a high school '- )
from both "A" and "B"Schools. Less than hour after he had press conference for Admiral t
RYAN ST3KR (PT-22)) The Jax Navy Flying Club's World WarII A native of Bryan Texas Ray ejected, Capt. Doggett was back Koch. High school journalists '
Army Air Corps Open Cockpit training 'plane will be one of lives In Jacksonville with his aboard the carrier, perhaps a bit from Duval. Clay, Nassau. Put-
seven club aircraft on display at Herlong Field during the after wife, Joyce, and their two child- more "salty" than before, but nam, Columbia, Alachua. Baker,
noons of January 1617. (Continued on Page 6)). safe nontheless. (Continued on Page 12)IEqual \.

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JANUARY 14, I 1965 I

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10th ANNIVERSARY Chop/loins : Message

.. ;, J !:I''Sl.rj:(; a; a. :;r'St.1': i S'I
) By James F. Agnew

SUNDAY Everyone enjoys being praised for something done well. As "the

/(1.( laborer Is worthy of his hire", so It Is justifiable to praise the
8:00 a.m. Service of Holy person who has done a task with thoroughness and diligence Ibw-

J Communion of affairs when our Incentive Is limited
It Is a sad state to
.,r 9:30 a.m. Service of Divine
., 4Fw'J praise from others.
Worship for There Is a critical need for the type of person who is so conscious
9:30 a.m. Sunday of his responsibility that he or she all possible to do the job
ages 3 through 16, Bldg. right praise or no praise. The satisfaction of a job well done Is
of Divine
11:00 a.m. Service.' reward enough. Praise should be incidental It comes from with-
ti, .w Worship out. Mastery over oneself comes about when we make our own
IL'I. Youth Fellowship
6:30 p.m. decisions concerning our responsibility and then act upon them.

... I WEDNESDAY Holy Scripture constantly reminds us to be faithful In our commitments -

r Junior Choir Rehearsal to be diligent in our endeavors, to be honest In our trans-
p.m. actions. The principle governing our tasks should be based on this

NUCLEAR, :; : 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal admonition from Scripture: "lie who Is faithful in a very littleIs

.\ _-_;:; faithful also In much."

12:00 Holy Communion, Our whole way of life becomes shaky and Is threatened when we

Also on all p.m.Holy Days work for praise alone. When we work on the principle that a job well

Catholic Services at St. Ed- done Is the minimum In effort then life begins to take on balance

NAVY ward's Chapel, NATTC am Naval and stability. We should never expect praise for something whichwe
Hospital are morally bond to do. We don't thank the grocer for a dozen

fresh eggs. We expect them to be fresh. And so It should be routine

Editorial SUNDAY MASS for us to do a first class job in our work. Praise that has meaningcan

'6:30 a.m.. U.S. Naval Hospital well be deserved but reserved for that work which Is over and

9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. above.

Nuclear-Powered NavyObserves Edward's Chapel

10th DAILY MASS Adm. Goldthwaite t Stresses

Anniversary 11:30 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel

7 The famous message, "Underway on Nuclear Power." came from MONDAY & TUESDAY Need for Better Leadership"For

the submarine USS Nautilus 10 years' ago.Jan. 17, 1965, marks 4:15 p.m. King Hall- NATTC

the 10th anniversary of the first voyage of the world's first nuclear- and
FRIDAY countless centuries men have developed weapons new

powered ship: fortifications, always with the Idea of protecting that position of
earlier of the USS Nautilus 12:05 U.S.NavalHospttal
A the
year at launching ceremony p.m.
pre-eminence which hard work, Industry and good fortune brought.
Admiral Jerauld Commander-in-chief U.S. Atlantic Fleet,
Wright, SATURDAY At times we have been lulled Into a false sense of security by the
said the channel marker In the of
turns a course
"Today Navy
history." 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCON'FESSIONS.SATURDAY belief that possession of superior weapons today would provide security -
for tomorrow..
After her. commissioning, the 324-foot Nautilus underwent an extended --Th sw rdswere spoken by -

series of tests, and trials. On April 22, 1955 the Navy acceptedthe RAdm any enemy a defense
Robert Goldthwaite
Nautilus for unrestricted service. The ship journeyed from New 7:00 p.m. -' 8:00: p.m. and before that will assure our survival if
mander Fleet Air
London Conn., to San Juan, P.R., completely submerged,,In May 1955.It Masses nuclear war should be forced uponus
the "Naval Officer leader-
traveled 1,381 miles In 89.8 hours, maintaining an average of Catechism Classes:Grade School at but the Important thing
16 knots. This was the greatest distance ever traveled by a sub- ship Seminar" at NATTC, Dec. is that this defense be built upon
marine while submerged, the longest period ever spent completely 30. Admirals speech read the moral strength and courage

submerged and the fastest speed ever maintained for such a distance.In 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activities In part: of the American man. Our wea-

today's nuclear age, the military services are demonstratingthe building 722 "The Great Wall of China and pons, no matter now sophisticated -
of land and In the air Nuclear the Maginot Line of more recent -
capabilities nuclear
power on sea they may become In this day
power has become a great asset in protecting the United States and Traffic history are good examples of so-called push-bottonwarfare,
Its allies from Communist and will mat defenses alone are not suf-
aggression figure extensively are still dependent upon the
, .P ..In the exploration of space. ficient. The recent space advancements ability of man for their success-

As we know, submarines have come a long way In the 160 yearsof ViolationsThe of both the United ful operation.War .

their existence. To get an Idea just how far, it Is necessary onlyto States and Russia are proof positive has been defined as "a

compare two submarines named Nautilus--Fulton's sail-rigged that technological knowhowIs contest of wills." A trained
handcranked craft and the nuclear powered vessel launched 10 following Is a report of not ours exclusively. We must hand hold the but
motor vehicle accidents and always assume that, for every may weapon,
years ago.During the will the the
traffic violations for the period plane and missile in our arsenal, character spiritof
the past 10 years the Navy has greatly expanded Its nuclear the Individual, these controlthe
powered submarine fleet. In this decade 92 nuclear submarines have January 3 through January 9. our enemy has a comparable wea- hand. More thaneverbefore,

been authorized by Congress, of which more than half have been pon.The In this of
war for the minds men,
launched and more than a third commissioned. These vessels can remain Number of AccidentsThis security of this nation and
submerged for months, completely Independent of surface the peace of the world absolutely moral character, will, and spiritare

atmosphere. They can travel without refueling for and can January 3 through an- require that America maintain a important.Our .
where no other vessels can. Nuclear powered years submarines have go uary 9 . . . .5 powerful national defense a Navy has long been dls-

revolutionized naval warfare. This January 3 through an- defense that can surely destroyreTmmm (Continued Page 6))
uary 9 . . 5
Perhaps Rear Admiral B. M. Strean, Commander, Nuclear Task
Force One, summed up this revolution best, when he said, "Just Total Accidents this year through -"'._'. -rml
January 9 . . .5
as nuclear power has made the submarine a true submersible, so
Number of
also has it endowed the surface task force with instant readiness through
January 1964 . . 18
never available In the non-nuclear past. It Is reassuring to know
Total number of
___ that when the order Is given to go anywhere In the world, we have days last
Injury In motor vehicle acci-
only to our throttles and AFPS
open go. ( ) dent . . : .10

Number of ViolationsThis

Week . . 59
JA.X AIRNEWSThe : Speeding . . .9

Reckless Driving . 4

Going through .Stop Sign . 4
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Other Violations . . 42 \
distributed ,each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Twenty drivers appeared before '"

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a the Traffic Hearing Boardat :

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR the meeting held on January 11. ::1J;" ;': 'a:

NEWS must be forwarded to the Serviceln'annationOffice, Disposition of the cases Includedthe f,. .J t

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday before following: nine lost driving '"tt, 't.f ""
publication News' items are welcomed :for all and .,:' j. '
parking privileges aboard *J ...:.:t': '
EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. I station for various periods five < <1j! ."' ': '
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Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries I were Ei iven ;suspended penalties; ,tt'Ji.1'J'J' .''''.,."'\. ,\1\\.;,\L
concerning ,such should be'directed to the Holt Publishing I five .were' given ,warnings; two FIRE HUtm MBBBB:.*.******-***"

..,..... Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida were dismissed; seven receivedfines AnON No. 1 here at NAS won second place in the K.

Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0271.) ;; l jeght( were; ;referred tocamrriapa annual Christmas Lighting Contest in the commercial division.
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i o'r' po stb1e !- Captain_ J.R..Mockroth; CO NAS presented the award to Station
VOL.-22 NO. 44'J NU RY'14' 1965 ti line 1 end, I F ', I
assess > ,s>LX I : r*_ : Billy E' Dwnn! while LCdr A. J. Kerling, NAS Stcuriry -
drivwere a total bt J i Officer
looked .n. This was the third Christmas which NAS

..... ..ov. .. ...........,....... fifteen. .. .Traffic.. .....Points.... has hosted a winning decoration.r .

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14, 1965 JAX AIR NEWS PAGE 3 **-,

Meritori ous Mast COVAP-62 Gets Commander Cullen is also a
graduate of the Naval Test Pilot

Held For 2 Marines 5,000 Flight Mrs School Last, August Patuxent Commander River. Cullen -

Commander John P. Cullen, ] assumed his present duty as
Two Marines were cited at Meritorious Mast ceremonies held In Commanding Officer, Heavy commanding officer of the only
the Marine Barracks here at NAS Jax. Friday, January 8, for the To AcademiesAppointments Photographic Squadron Sixty- heavy photographic squadron now
outstanding job they did in the training of thirty senior petty officers Two (VAP-2) recently completed operating In the U.S. VAPJtfJ
assigned to the Shore Patrol Headquarters, Mayport, Florida. his 5.000th hour of Navy operates the photoreconnaissance -
The two men honored by Major Basile Lubka, Marine Bks. Commanding to the military flight time during an operational version of the A-3 Sky-
Officer, were Gunnery Sergeant James E, DeGuenther and academies were announced recently flight on Christmas Eve in the warrior.
Commander Cullen Is marriedto
Corporal John R. Foran. RA3B Skywarrior.
GySgt DeGuenther's citation by U.S. Rep. Charles E. lie was designated a Naval the former Miss Davelen Hib-
read In part: "The Shore Patrol Bennett, of Jacksonville. Aviator 'at Pensacola, Fla. in ler of KIngsville, Texas. The
organization at Bennett, a senior member of July 1947 and has piloted 27 Culkns have four daughters and
House Armed Ser-
the powerful
Florida required assistance In different types of Navy aircraft throe sons.
vices Committee, names --
their training program. You M. Hendry, son of Maj. J. B. -I It
cheerfully volunteered to conductthe Hendry, U.S. Army, 1163 Lake rTi"ft; Y-
required training while under Forrest Blvd;Tommy Harris Van
treatment as a patient at the U.S.
Brunt, 935 Old Hickory son
Naval Hospital, Jacksonville. of Mr. and Mrs. E. McC. Van 5943 Roosevelt Blvd.'- Phone EV 74944. .'* ,
During the period of October 12 Brunt and RogerN.Thomas,3272' t Only One Mile From NAS Main Gate t

to October executed 31. 1964, you plannedand University Blvd., son of Dr. and OPEN. 24 HOURS A DAY I
a forty-five hour Mrs. D. A. Thomas as principal
training program Involving close appointments to the U.S.Military STEAKS ROAST 1\\
order drill and ceremonies. Not Academy, West Point, N.Y. Jf CHOPS SEAFOOD 1<
only was the planning of this He named Robert W. Fortson,
instruction noteworthy, but it's All Kinds Of Tasty Sandwiches
in, son of Cdr. R. M. Fortson t
execution was exemplary.The GYSGT. J. E. DEGUENTHER (L), Jr., 3875 Ortega Blvd., and I "Serving Food as Good as the Best for 33 Years"LOOK
trainees were a group of J. A. Figaro, BTCM, and Cpl. Arthur E. Phelps, HI, 2002 Liberty ---
30 senior petty officers. By J. R. Foran check over the letters St., son of Mr. and Mrs.A. .
your exceptional training skill, of commendation that Sgt E. Phelps, Jr., as principal
professional knowledge, meticulous i- appointments to the U.S. Naval
DeGuenther and Foran
Cpl re-
attention detail
to tact,
ceived (for their part in trainingof Academy. .
diplomacy, good humor and Ronald C. Patterson, 1504 ,
leadership, you Inspired the some 30 senior petty officers River Hills Cir., son of Mr. and .
trainees and enlisted their wholeh assigned to the Shore Patrol Mrs. James B. Ollveros, and
ear t e d cooperation. You Unit at Mayport, Florida.(Navy Daniel E. Stone, son of Mr. and 3_ b
achieved excellent results. Your Photo by Harold Benson, SN) Mrs. D. H. Stone, 6263 Syringa,
Initiative in volunteering for this as the principal appointments to
assignment while under treat- structlon for a group of thirty the U. S. Air Force Academy. AT THESE FINE USEDCiSTRAMDIN
ment and the results of your senior petty officers. Through Alternates named by Rep.
training are the hallmark of an your sincere efforts, excellent Bennett to West Point, the Naval
exceptional Marine" professional ability, and tact,you Academy and the Air Force Aca- ON
Cpl. Foran's letter of com- gained the respect and coopera- demyareDavidC.Hoffman.l233Stemson
mendation read: "During the tion of the trainees and contributed St., son of Mr. and Mrs.
period of time from October 12- slgnlflcently to the successof Virgil W. Hoffman, West' Point 65 FORDS !
31, 1964, while a member of the the program. Your per- first alternate; Robert B.McKee, ,
Shore Patrol Organization at formance of duty and the resultsof 6624 Merrill Rd., son of Mr. and
Mayport Florida, you were this program are in the finest Mrs. R. W. McKee, first alter-
assigned additional duties as an training traditions of the U. S. nate to Annapolis; and ThomasX.
instructor close order drill and Marine Corps." Worley, 4629 Royal Avenue,
ceremonies. You conducted in- Representing the Shore Patrol son of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Wor- DUVAL MOTORSSAN S
Headquarters at the ceremonies ley, first alternate to the Air 1
was Master Chief John A. Fi- Force Academy.The JUAN LOT RIGHT OFF ROOSEVELT
Post AttackRegistration garo, BTCM.In .
..y' 1
a church Susie's small woman who constantly Interrupts 2 door.,Hardtop,V-8, radio . . . . $1295
brother was being christened.Said a man's conversation is & healer. Automatic transmission., t
For CiviliansAt Susie: "Behind his ears, already married or never will radio& heater.
too, Rev. Smith." be. 64 FORD FAIRLANE .$2495
least once annually your Orville E. Reed Pond Creek Herald. 2 door., Hardtop, V-8, 4 62 DODGE WAGON.$1395
attention will be called to the speed shift, red with white V-8, automatic transmistop. -
information provided onyour Department sion., radio&heater.

of Defense Emergency 64 FORD 1/2 TON PICKUP

Instruction Card (DD Form . ... . .$1495 61 BUICK STAT. WAGON
886-1, 1 Jan 63). Please read WE DON'TOffer . ... . $1295
this card and check it for ac- 63 CHEVY BELAIR. .$1795 Automatic' transmission.,
4 door., sedan, V-8, autoRadio& Heater
curacy. Keep your emergency
all The Moon matic transmission., air
instruction card with you at
times. conditioned. 60 CHEVY IMPALA CONY.

NRTC Gainesville, Florida, 63 FORD. . . $1995 . .$1195
has been designated as the emergency 2 door Hardtop, V-8, automatic V-8, automatic transmis
relocation center for NAS WE DON'TOffer transmission, radio& sion., power steering and
Jacksonville. This is not to be heater, power steering., brakes Radio& Heater. ,._
considered an evacuation cen- maroon. with white top.
Luxury- 60 PONTIAC WAGON $1395
ter. NAS Jacksonville personnel 63 IMPALA SPORT COUPE Full power,conditioned.
will regroup at NRTC Gaines- . . . .$2295
ville only if this station is dam- V-8, automatic transmis60 PLYMOUTH WAGON$695
aged beyond operational effectiveness WE DON'TInsult sion., power steering, air 4 door., V-8, automatictransmission.
or upon order of the conditioned, 2 tone blue ., radio heat
Commanding Officer General and white. er.
Your Intelligence
evacuation is no longer considered 62 TEMPEST . .$1095 59 FORD WAGON. ....$795
feasible due the limited
to 4 door., sedan, R&H, automatic 6 cylinder, standard shift,
egress probable from NAS traffic Jacksonvilleand congestionfrom WE'RE SOLD OUT transmission. radio& heater.

Civilian Jacksonville.employees only: If unable Come See Why!
to report to the assigned
assembly area, report to the
nearest functioning military ac-
tivity. If, after reporting to a
military Installation other than BELLAIR ii
Navy and that installation is unable ,LIkA -

ment,to go contact to the the nearest Navy Depart-Post SOUTH BLAND ING ON'X Ek I.J :&

Office and secure, fill out and
mail a Federal Employees Reg- P.S. WE'RE BUILDING 4538 SAN JUAN'AVE.. PH. EV 44536JANUARY

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(k USAFI.Test tion tion armed of program the services whole,throughout off-duty and the civilian educa-the( Fly Eye Has Second Chance Servicemen

r SecurityWASHINGTON. training accreditation affected and are advancement based the programs upon it.which Also of Human Eye Not So LuckySEAL Gel Less

D.C.NAVNEWS ( require high schoolgraduationorthe Travel Time

E- ) . TheNavyhasestab- equivalent. Equally impor- BEACH, CALIF, (NAVNEWS) f. Did you know thata
ta lished a very unhappy record In tant, compromises can have a flys' eye Is made up of a lot of little eyes, and that a fly Is never The Navy Finance Office has
F of the serious effect the of
the matter protecting upon careers totally blind until each and every light-sensitive cell has been des- announced that military person-
security of USAFI testing persons Involved. In all casesa
troyed? nel
traveling by privately owned
:: materials principally on tests thorough Investigation Is required can sustain hundreds of
This means that our buzzing neighbors of
r of General Educational Development often letters of admoni- conveyance permanent changeof
minor eye Injuries without suffering a total loss of sight. In a sense, station orders
must now
III and the sheets used tion and
answer are issued occasionallya chances."
flies have hundreds of"second least 300 miles
t with these tests., As this Is being court martial results.An rage at a day
We humans are not so ask a blind man Instead of 250 miles a day. An
our written there are 25 cases where article In the Winter ((1964)) concerned
fortunate. In too many Instances would be willing to extra day will be allowed for
administration of the currentlyused Issue of the U.S. Naval Train- whether he any
Bulletin the only second chance we ever work with a face shield If he could excess of 150 miles or more
been discusses
test has discontinued Ing this sub-
white Last
e'.' because of compromise. ject In detail and urges all Educational get Is a cane. year have his sight back. over multiples of 300 An excess -
alone, more than 2,000 Ameri- claim that wear- of less than 150 miles will
.. Some people
This is a desperately bad situation Services Officers. studythe
cans suffered permanent Injury to tend to "slow a man be disregarded. In other words,
for a number of reasons. directives and other sources the resultof Ing goggles
.. In the first place test com- of Information listed -In the one or Industrial both eyes The down. This simply Is not true. only one days travel time will
made to see be allowed when the official distance
promises jeopardize the re 1ta- article. Safety goggles were -
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cent of these accidents could have clean you shouldn't have any stations Is less than 450 miles,

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Why does this shameful wasteof Is get a new "glass." It will less than 750 miles, etc. The

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a 7r 1,350--1,649 mL 5 days
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There's nothing ,masculine combat infec-
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Y about losing an eye, and any man tions. 2,250-2,549 mL 8 days

who needlessly jeopardizes his But why'must they always hit upon 2-550--2,849 mL. 9 days
sight Is not a he-man. he's a
The place I have to sit upon? 2,850-3,149 mL 10 days
fool. As far as the bother is
Jan Heimann 3,150-3,449 mL 11 days

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Thirty five Sailors at the Naval
1 1o FIXED Air Technical Training Center x ; I
\ ..... will be advanced to Airman January -
.....,... ..,
0'........ 16 as a result of completingthe
i Airman 1 Familiarization

i V 1 ( I II Course The AIRFAM course consistsof ; P I Iis9
r E the first two weeks of a
AE"A" and AO"A" school Stu- $1
dents of both schools attend this zn
phase of training together. The zn'I
training consists of basic airman
subjects such as aircraft hand-
ling, survival gear, and aircraft
nomenclature. In addition. Military ..II-
Requirements are covered Ina
series of "home study"
rs lessons 4
The students who complete the 4d
AIRFAM course successfullymay .'
be advanced to Airman automatically ,>
upon completion of six
months as an Airman Apprentice- w
providing they are recommendedby 1R s
Cu / AG
9fVV' yrai .
;; their Commanding Officer. '

"Yes Sir Who..con.!I do for you?" Those advanced to Airman are: 4 R
S. Adelman, R.W. Allen, B.H. '
Beard, R.F. Brink E.A. Burt I 'jtTHERE'S
NY Harbor ClearedTriService O.D. Button, PJ. Carro, H.W. M
Cook, L.E. DeBlanc, D.E. Foss,
P. Genovese, E.M. Haibon, C.D. i
Harris, D. L. Hatcher, E. n n- ,
Team Tackles nessey, W.A. Johnson, E. Kill- ONLY two weeks left in this month's caption contest. If
gore, J.P. Lewis, T.E. Marchik, you haven't tent us your funny caption, yet, why not do so now? "
Disposition of Dead WhaleNew G. McKInnen, B.E. Morrow,D.R. All entries should' be sent to: THE EDITOR, JAX AIR NEWS, BOX 2.
Pendley, W.H. Powell R.W.
Qulnlan, C. Reynolds, A.H. Ross, c:9 &
York (AFPS--Navy) Lieutenant A. J. Banasky, a demoli- R.L., Roth, E.R. Sahr, GJ. Sat-
tions expert, and three helpers packing TNT and plastic dynamitewent tler, G.W. Sluder, J. Thlelmann,
out to blow up a dead 50-foot whale. They figured it would bea C. Westergaard,. W. Weyenberg,

But tney couldn't get me 35-t<> iinDack's math open. The,Navy
men pulled and poked and pried, SHOP

but Its jaws were locked shut. A Matter Of Life and Breath
Plans were to shove hoses : 4021 BLANDING I BLVD.

filled with granulated TNT down (Just Behind BLACK ANGUS MEAT CO.)

the whale's to Improvise.throat. Lt.He Banaskyhad ordered Case of the Missing StatisticIf ALL TYPES OF AUTO UPHOLSTERYSeat

holes drilled In the whale's side Covers Floor Mats Head liners
"above the water line." Steel you contributed to the recent Chrlstmas'Seal campaign to combat
spikes were hammered Into the tuberculosis and other respiratory diseases, you helped fight menace SPECIAL THISWEEK ;
holes. Then hoses filled with that's even worse than the official figures Indicate. '
TNT were lashed to the spikes, TB, you probably' remember hearing is one of those "waning" SEAT COVERS. 21 .Install.d!. ,
and the plastic dynamite was diseases. Trouble is, it has practically stopped waning. Government
packed underneath. health statistics report that there were 54,045 new cases In the countryIn
Then the Navy team lit the 1963 -- a slight rise over the previous year, indicating that the PHONE 7711986GMND
fuses and prepared for the end long continuing advance against the,disease is at a standstill
of that had been
an episode a --- -
real interservlce effort. Retired Officer But that Isn't the whole story -
The dead whale had floated up not by a very large bundle of
the Hudson River on Christmas bacilli. The Publlcflealth Service OPENING
Eve and was sighted by a U.S. Would Gain InBennett's doesn't list a case as"new"when
Coast Guard cutter near a busy t it happens'' to somebody who has
New York pier. The Army was Bill had the disease before. Yetthereare THIS WEEKENDGeorgetown I
called In and towed the overly Legislation to correct certain about 10,000 people In this
ripe whale to a point off New Inequities which now exist In the country each year :who, havinghad
Jersey, near the Statue of Lib- rates of retired pay for offi- TB In the past, relapse for Estates
cers under the uniformed ser- various reasons, such as failureto
erty.The whale was too big to vices retired provisions was take care of themselves, into
lifted out of the water,too smelly Introduced In the House of Re- the active disease again.They get
and too much of a navigationalhazard presentatives last week by U.S. just as sick as first-tlmers-- by VALLEY BUILDERS
to be set free. So the Rep. Charles E. Bennett, of Jacksonville but they don't get into the statistics -
Navy demolition experts were Florida. 3 & 4 Bedroom Homes
summoned.The Bennett a senior member of So the number of active TB .
Army tugboat carried Lt. the powerful House Armed Ser- cases that occur in the United $ $ '
Banasky's crew away. Twenty- vices Committee, Introduced a States every year Isn't 54,000, .S13,15000.S16,20000
minutes and a half a mile later, bill to amend Section 511 of the ; {more than 64,000. And
the sky and the sea was rippedby Career Compensation Act of J.949 although|modern antl-jri; drugs
a tremendous explosion. to equalize the retired pay of cer- do ai relatively( .fasf and efficientjob Directions Out 103rd to Firestone Rd.
Smoke, chunks of blubber and tain officers of the uniformed df healing,' the ,Health'Service -
water blasted upward.A services retired prior to June 1, estimates the' number of Americans ,
Coast Guard cutter standing 1953 under the same law and. .with- with active TB at pre- North to GEORGETOWN ESTATES
nearby radioed back to New York, the same service. sent as about 110,000. Add a-
"Sighted whale. Sank same." The veteran lawmaker, Introduced ; npther half million! who are highly Convenient Cecil FieldJax Naval::Air Station

,the, legislation ,,:upon, the > : .vulnerably 1 ,:--'(or ample,people
& Center of Town
request of the Reserve Officers' \ :wh3havehadcontactwithpatientswith
Association of the United'States. & ( active TB' -- and you've
When Junior brought home his Bennett said the bill had the support health
got.a formidable; problem
Spacious Closets -2 Baths Built in Vanities
report card, his father signedIt of the American Legion and a V
with an "X", saying, "I don't of the Veterans of World War L Christmas seal associationsall -Terrazzo Florida RoomBreakfast Floors Central Large Bedrooms Heat
want your teacher to think that The Department of Defense over the country, in concert Bars Built-in Oven. & Range
anyone who can read and write supported this change In the witty the National Tuberculosis
could have a son with marks Career Compensation Act of 1949In Association, are getting ready for M. Golding Broker 771'-6729 '2494368JANUARY
.... like thatf -- Nat'l Retired a statement to the Speaker of a new, Intensified attack againstthis
"Teachers Ass'n the House. stubborn scourge

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Adm Goldthwaito, Bluejackets Inn .. CPO Cluir ,"O" Club. ',:.''''' Movies :, .'
>.- '*- ::;* / v.' ft'., J.... .W v', i
(Continued From Page 2)) r jf 14 Thursday, January 14 Movies will be shown regularly -

Thursday, January Thursday, January,. 14 Hour 3:30 6 p.m. at 7 p.m. Monday through Sat-
The Rhythm Kings Phis "One" Happy urday.
tlngulshed for the high quality of 8:3011:30 p.m. Pizza Night Dinner 6-9 p.m. Malnslde will have two feature

its officers and men, a quality Friday, January 15 Friday, January 15 Friday, January 15 times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on
we must never allow diminish. Saturdays and Sundays. The hos-
The challenge to us In this time March Wilson 9-1 a.m. Dance to Phil Cay Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. pital will have one feature onSurday's
of trouble Is to develop and I Ii 16 Dinner 6 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, January at 7 p.rn.jNATTC ,
Saturday, January 16 Charlie 8-12
Improve our Naval leadership.We Jay p.m. Theatre will be closed
must remember that the more h. I i Club open froihHioon'Clt&ed t''6 p.m- ( Dance to'Bud Clark Saturday, January 16 until further notice. These are
powerful the weapons that science : 'for Private Party :" Sunday, January 17 subject to change.
Dinner 6 9:30
gives us, the more Important are p.m. Kiddee Matinee at Malnslde
the character and will of the men Sunday, January 17 Dance to Cappys Combo Johnny Jelinek 8:3011:30 p.m. Theatre Saturdays, 2 p.m.

behind them. As these develop,. March Wilson 8:30 11:30 p.m. Monday, January 18 Sunday, January 17
ti so does the strength of the Navy Thursday January 14
and of the nation.Leadership Monday, January 18 Game Night Buffet 6-9 p.m. Prime, Ribsof Malnslde The Lively Set -

has always been II* !. Pizza?'ford Night'' : 'TuesdayJanuary 19 Beef .... .... .- James Darren, Pamela Tiffen
.,. 'i'
most, important factor. 'on the January' 19 Monday, January 18 Hospital You're Never Too
battlefield, ''In combat ships at Open Young Dean Martin, Jerry
sea, and In planes In the air. Happy Hour 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, January 20 Happy Hour 3:30 6 p.m. Lewis
Dinner 6-9 .
It will assume a position of Increasing p.m.Tuesday
Importance In our Navy Wednesday, January 20 Open January 19 Friday, January 15

of the future.In Game Night 8 p.m. Malnslde The Dream Maker -
times such as we are living Foreign Dish Night 6-9 p.m. Steele MIchaelMed-
In today, however the exer- (German)
cise of ]leadership Is much more FRA #91 Acey Ducey Club Wednesday, January 20 Hospital Wonderful World of

demanding, because many peopledo ] The Brothers Grimm Lau-
all the Issues. Family Night 6-9 p.m. Fried
not clearly,see rence Harvey Karl Boehm
They see no problem. And the Thursday, January 14 Thursday, January 14 Chicken
task of )leadership becomes far Saturday, January 16
Pizza Night Happy Hour 4:30 6:30 p.m.
more difficult. USO Notes Malnslde Fate Is the Hunter -
I do not believe that the qualities Friday, January 15 Friday,. January 15 Glenn Ford Nancy Kwan

of leadership must that be bornIn SPECIAL Sea Food Platter SPECIAL SHOW Dick Flood Hospital The Lively Set-James
a man. I believe every
Donations $1.25Saturday 8:3012:30 a.m. January 14 Darren, Pamela Tiffin
\ man can become a ]leader If he Thursday,
Kiddee Matinee-Pirates. of Blood
has the desire to do so.." Homemade Goodies Night River
Saturday, January 16

sss oa. January 16 Mark Castle 8:30 .- 12:30 a.m. ( Friday, January 15 Sunday, January 17

I CHURCH of CHRIST Sport Day Sunday January 17 Boy Meets Girl Night Malnslde The Outlaws Is

5223 WESCONNETT BLVD. Sunday, January 17 Saturday, January 16 -ThreeStoogesNancy
NEAR NAS Dick Strock 4:30 6:30; p.m., Kovac

JUST OFF TIMUQUANA RD. Closed Monday, January 18 Platter Party Hospital The Dream Maker -

SUNDAYS: Sunday, January 17 Tommy Steele, Michael Med-
Monday, January 18 Happy Hour; f 4:30 -' 6:30 p.m. win
"e i Grace Chapel Parish
11:. A.M. WORSHIP Happy Hour 4-5 p.m. Tuesday, January 19 Monday, January 18
Tuesday, January 19 Game Night 7:30 p.m. with Malnslde Rio Bravo John C"
Shuffleboard band to followWednesday Lucky Number Night Wayne, Angle Dickinson
7:30 P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE Hospital Fate Is the Hunter -
20 20 Tuesday, January 19
Wednesday, January January
CIIURCII PHONE SP 150'75MINISTER Glenn Ford, Nancy Kwan
PHONE SP 1-2646 Uso Jr. Volunteer Party at NAS
Happy Hour 4-5 p.m. Movies sports 8 p.m. Hospital Tuesday, January 19

,. Wednesday, January 20 Malnslde Warrior-Steve
AMD Sailor
Reeves Georgia Moll
Second Anniversary Party 8- Hospital The Outlaws Is Com-

(Continued From Page 1)) 11 p.rn. ing Three Stooges Nancy

ren.As Serviceman of the Month Notice Wednesday, January 20

Ray received a $50 check and Malnslde Babbette Goes to
certificate from Captain J. R. War Brigitte Bardot, Jac-
Interested In
Mackroth, CO, NAS., The USO Anyone partici- Charrier
pating In a "slot-racing club"is
and St. Augustine Chamber of
Hospital Rio Bravo John
Invited attend
to a meeting to
Commerce will host Ray and his
be held Mr. Osburn Wayne Angle Dickinson
by H. C. ,
family on a tour that historic
erar at the NAS Hobby Shop, Bldg.
city. 897, on January 20, 7:30 p.m. 1
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Woman pilot
eral classifications ,of Aircraft,
''her recent NWC: #86The .
Also 'Wife' '. Including most conquest -
of a T-34 type aircraftIn
Board of Directors of Navy
which she has made several
And MotherEsther local and Wives Club lax #86 met last
cross-country flights.
Tuesday evening at their clubhouse -
The responsibility of house
Grupenhagen, memberof wife and mother Is no setback on Enterprise Ave. aboard Ads should b. mailed to the JAX AIR NEWS 4724 Clydt
Civil Air Patrol, In N. E. the Naval Station. Discussionswere
when called for a CAP miss Ion. Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida, to arrive not later than
Fla. Group Two, Is a housewife held on various Board recommendations -
Mrs. Grupenhagen hurriedly Tuesday (for the '
publication following Thursday. Ads or
and mother of two small boys, and plans were
calls her baby-sitter, and then riving too late (for this deadline will be published the 'following .
and holds the distinction of beingthe made for the election of a new
reports to the mission headquarters week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
CAP rated Board for 1965.A .
only woman pilotIn
with flight kit In hand, ready held check or money order 'for the (full cost of the ad must be
this area. Esther has flownIn for meeting was ] last Wednesday -
an assignment. rec.iv.dWITH the for the ad.
two actual "Red Cap Mis- evening, by the membersof copy
Est h ,
e r, rather color-
sions" and has participated with Navy Wives Club Jax ###86 In r CASH
her husband, Herman, as pilot fully symbolizes the readinessfor the clubhouse on the Naval Air RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). .. . . .1.00'

and co-pilot In the recent"Sarda duty work.!CAP-When search reporting and In rescue she- Station. Mrs. Wllbert Wagner Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.35

Exercises", held throughout the presided and Mrs. Theodore
Is attired In an orange flight na -
state. Glassmlre was Initiated Into the
suit and grass-green ascot.
Esther has checked out In sev organization.
All business was set aside for. AUTOMATIC,CONSOLE i FOR RENT Furn. Apartments
MODEL guaranteed pay $62.00or Gas Heated Reasonable Call
the evening and the Navy Wives
reliable party can pay $8. amoo. Mrs. Gross 7719007.AIR .

NEW YEAR SPECIAL new proceeded Board to of the Officers.election of Mrs.their Sewing machine Zig-Zags,

makes button holes, sews on but
Wllbert reelectedas
Wagner was tons, etc. Call 353-1946 (dayor CONDITIONED 3 Bdr.

9 President; Vice-President, night) Will deliver, no obli House for sale near NAS and

AT ALL 5 LOCATIONSflehllt'J Mrs. Kendall Kerns; Mrs. John gation. A-l Sewing Machine Co. Cecil VA FHA, 'small dwn
Lee, Recording Secretary; Mrs.
mo $69. Inc taxes
paymt paymt
Richard Kredell, Chaplain Mrs.
1963 VOLKSWAGEN 6 passen- and Ins. Call 7715192.
Charles Yeager, Corresponding ger pick-up. Low milage, R&H
Secretary; Mrs. Larry Burgess, Like new. $1695. Phone 264-
SALONS Treasurer and Parliamentarian,
6555. FOR ,SALE -' 2 Bdr. House-
Mrs. Thomas J. Bennett.A .
trailer. $800 for $450.
rehearsal will be held Jan.
Call 781-3618 after 5
21 at 10:00 a.m. at a local hotel 557 Oak. 3 rms,plus bath,$12.50or p.m.

75 "FLAIR"COLD and Installation ceremonies will $50. mo. pi utlL. Adults'
only. WANTED Used World Book,
take place on Jan.23, 1965 at 7:00 EV 8-9886.
G from 1961, for cash.. Call 387-
this hotel.
WAVECOMPARE p.m. at same 5887.

AT OTHER After the meeting on Wednes- USED TV's 8 to choose from. _

SALONS FOR $15.00 day night, refreshments were Fully reconditioned. Priced from ORANGE PARK'' 3 Bdroom on

FOR NORMAL HAIR served by Mrs. Jesse Bush,Mrs. $35. Call Davis 3893672. 1/2 Acre lot. For sale by owner. '
James Bradstreet and Mrs. William 771-1106. '

This "Plait" wave offer good every day Cafarella. Next meetingwill FOR SALE: ANTIQUE 1939

"* Void January 23rd. be Jan. 20, at 7:30 p.m. at STUDEBAKER CHAMPION, ORANGE PARK, Split ]level) 3
the clubhouse on Enterprise Ave. phone Commander Loy, ext. 360.
We use only the finest solutions and show you bdrm, 2 1/2 bath, Centr.l'A/C,
the box. This will be a business meeting. Den, Patio. Owner 2646186.
FOR SALE 3 Br home, closeto

*. This price includes style cut..creme rinse Unit #91The NAS $50. down $50. month. 1960 VOLKSWAGEN -$950.Con
-r' style set. Call Art Powell USN RET 264- tact Paul BasbagtU. BVs 582

6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. dorm 3 ext. 8308.
members of the Board of
t, This offer possible through our 5 salon buying
power. Unit 91 LAFRA met last Mon-
the home of Miss
... day evening at
clean. $65.00 Call Cliff
Ellen Lancaster. Blaming Blvd. Deluxe apt. 3 BR very

Discussions were held on the Kit. Equip. 3 ml. NAS $115 mo. 389-3671 terms.

various projects and activities Owner 7718697.
1964 CHEVY MALEU 2 door
planned for the coming months.
Mrs. Harvey Miller, Unit Pre- FOR SALE Inc. Prop duplex Hard-top, 6 cylinder, R&H,9,000

sident Informed ths Board of the 3-pfex, 4-pkx, 3 mi. NAS $115 miles. $1995. Phone 264-6555.

f t lrt resignation of Mrs. M. Spangleras mo. Owner 7718697.

Unit Secretary; Mrs. Spangler HOME FOR SALE Ortega Hills

has moved away from Jacksonville FOR SALE 62 Chevy II Nova 7449 Greenway Dr., 3 or 4 bed-

y 8v and a new secretary will 400, four-door sedan A/T, rms., 2 baths, large wooded lot,

be elected to fill the vacancy.A radio, heater, 6 cyU $980.00. cent air cond and heating, like

( regular meeting of the Unit Call Chief Prosser, 0800-1630, new, only 9 mon. old, $20,500,

was held last Monday evening at 'Ext. 592, 8564. $1,500 down. CALL: 3887889.

the clubhouse on Roosevelt Blvd. -

Mrs. Harvey Miller presided and The Welfare Chairman
reported Gowns that
"RED CARPET" WAVES several ladles were Installed as that three baskets of are cut
As daring as sin;
members of the organization.
food were donated to needy fami- Are be sneezed
nothing to at,
!/2 2 Price January ClearanceOf Mrs. Walter Dobarzlncskl lies during the holidays and 1 Or In.
Activities Chairman announced
basket of fruits
was sent to a
Our Priced! Line that would be heldon Nick Kozmenluk,
High a Stanley party ward at the U.S. Naval Hospital, American
Jan 20 at 10:00 a.m. at the Jacksonville.Door Legion Mag.
Of "Red Waves
clubhouse with Mrs. P. B. Pikeas prize for this meetingwas

hostess. a toaster and refreshmentswere An invitation to join a local
$20 . . . $10.00 The voted
for membership to served by Mrs. P. B. Pike, fencing club reads: "Join us now.
donate $5.00 to the National Pre- Mrs. Harold Lutz and Mrs. William New blood always welcome."

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HARRY- B. MISHOE & CO./, 11, 'Flying* Club l i .

Takes pleasure in Announcing
(Continued from Page 1))
the Opening of f officesfor

Piper Cub aircraft will follow
income taxes, business consultant servicesat with a flight demonstration to
show the capabilities of these

3811 BLANDING BLVD. popular training planes.A .
feature that will certainly
771-8080 prove popular will be airplane a

JAN. 15. 1965 HARRY, Ml SHOE: OWNER rides over the city of Jacksonville Irk
; .. for a "Penny a pound" for 9
each passenger
This will be an excellent opportunity NAVAL AIR Maintenance Training Detachment 3012 has recently
COUPONBOWL0MATIC I to see and ride in the completed a refresher course in the ground maintenance gear

LANES aircraft of the Jax Navy Flying included in their study plans. Members of' the Detachment who
Club which In just over twoyears
received the course are: D. L Patton, AE1, J. A. Smith, ADJ1 1,
2600 Blandinp BJvd. ., time has expanded from one plane
: :" members O. O. Collier, ADCS, J. N. Castner, AE1, M. G. Taylor, ADJC,
Phone 38421 ''0387:3569.; : *' and several to a pre-
sent inventory of nine aircraftand John Mozingo, instructor in the course, W. A. Walker, ABCS, H. C.

Scotch Mixed Doubles Mixed Doubles Handi. a membership of more thana Maddox, ABHC, F. D. BeardAMH1 M.A. Steppe, and W. P. Davis,
hundred. There is a plane ADCS.NAMTD.
O every Saturday night. cap. No tap, sweeper, all of
available to satisfy types
O No league average ree every Sunday Night, Z
from the
flying tastes, ranging
C-o quired. $ SO "PM. $ 00 tl- $4 per hour Piper Cub to the 3012 Learns Teaches

O 8 PM. W per "f per ::>> $9 per hour four place Beech- ,
Z couple couple 8 craft Bonanza. Navy pilots who
would like to return to the thrillsof Latest Maintenance TechniquesInstructors
CASH and MERCHANDISE PRIZES J open cockpit flying will find

FREE NURSERY the Ryan PT-22 perfectly suitedto
their needs. The T-34B Mentor at the Naval Air Maintenance Training Detachmenthere
"FUN FOR EVERYONE"THIS is also available to refreshold In Jacksonville have Just completed a refresher course on the
memories.The various pieces of ground maintenance equipment which they are now
club has flight instructors In turn teaching to fleet personnel
available to provide necessary
COUPON instruction needed to obtain a private The GTCP 100-52 and 54 equip-

pilot license for the non- FOOF'S! SPOOFS ment, used to start turbo-jet en-
Including all Involved gines, provide AC and DC power
-"" "W MI pilot. expenses
In student pilot training, NEVER CONFU5E d81GNE55r for aircraft services, and condition -
a club member can obtain a private the air In plane compartments -
pilot license for approxi- WITH GREAtNE55 11f was presented to the detachment -
POWELL PLYMOUTHPresents mately $300. (A great savings.) R V II5 1''tNEEC Instructors by JohnE.
Membership Is open to all active N Q M.I1< Mozingo, a representative of
and retired military personnel the company which manufacturesthe
civilians who work for the gear.
Government, and their de- Seven instructors from Detachment -
pendents.If 3012 attended the lec-
flying is for you why wait tures, which were designed to refresh -
THE ROARING 'S any longer? Come out and look and update the lesson plans
over the club. for fleet personnel
The club will be looking for you These seven Instructors are

4 new kinds of Plymouths 60 new performers in alit I at ferlong. now scheduling classes to pass
along this Information toADs and
AEs from all local commands in
the Jax Navy Complex. Quotasare
now being filled for the
classes convening now and in future -

The Circus 1/ months. Only command
"' authorization is needed for local
'65 FURYThe coming ::' O- men to attend these classes.A .
\N course lasting for 8 days
Plymouth biggest ever plushest I 60 townRINGLING /J { began Monday for AEs. This
same course will convene againIn
; Ja2Oea February and March. ADJs
may attend a 2-week course beginning -
February 1. This course
n 1 '65BELVEDERE will also be taught in March.
y4a The new way to swing without While most of these coursesare
going out on a limb I
concerned with the main-
*65 VALIANTTha t tenance phase of this equip-
compact that hasn't r.'.. ment, operation is also taught
compact.xorgotten why you buy a upon request.
For further information con-

Th.,.'. Something cerning these and other courses,
fr E flrJ.ftt '65 BARACUDA call ext. 587.
from" Plymouth The fast moving new fastback o 0dO'
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14, 1965Civilian JAX AIR NEWS

Promotions Credit Union. ,To 'I J1k' I

Hold ,
Annual 1 "

The following NAS Jacksonville employees have been
In accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program: promoted Meet TomorrowThe 1Lk

Annual Meeting of the Sax
Anderson, Norman 0., Industrial Engineer, GS-7 Same, GS-9 Navy Federal Credit Union will
Cooper, Ella G., Secretary (Stenography), GS-4 Same, GS-5 be held at 7:30 p.m., Friday ,; ... ... .,.t.., ...
Doherty, Edward P., Mechanical Engineer (Industrial Equipment), January 15, at Building #3, Recreation a
GS-11-Supervisory Mech. Engineer (Ind.: Equip.GS-12( );; Center.
Hutchins, Paul S., E1ectronlcEnglneerGeneral( -GS-9-Same GS-11 t r
Guest speaker at the meeting .. .l ;..
Magee, Martin V., Leadingman A/C Painter
Quanerman will be Dr. Frank Goodwin, Professor I
A/C Painter '
of Marketing at the Uni-
Stewart Johnnie J., Helper General Aircraft Towman versity of Florida. The : :
Watkins, Sadie 1..., Clerk GS-3 Statistical Clerk. GS-4 of the purpose ,
meeting to elect
',' .
PUBLIC WORKS CEPARTMENT officers to serve as represen- ,!
tatives of members of the Boardof ,
Forrest, Nancy E., Clerk-Typist, GS-2 Same; GS-3 : Directors and Credit Committee \'
Reports will be made -CREDIT U'NIOlsl Door Prizes M .
SUPPLY -Admiring tome of the prizes to b.
DEPARTMENTDabin covering the progress and growth given away at the Annual Meeting being held
on 15 is
January ,
Mariam S., Stock Control of the organization during the Ed J.Greene
t>tipvr., GS-4 Supvy. Supply Assistant/Manager/ Navy Federal Credit Union.
Clerk, GS5Cordeiro year 1964. The prizes indude a Portable TV with stand, Coffee Table Stereo,
Arthur F., Warehouseman Stockman Refreshments will be served Electric carving set, a portable lantern, several transistor radios,
Culpepper, Silas M., Warehouseman Stockman and door prizes given away to a mans watch, a ladies' watch, a stainless table setting cookware,
DI Stefano, Philip F., Stock Control Supvr., GS-7 Supvy. Inventory lucky ticket holders. In addi- and a fishing rod and reel.
Management Specialist, GS-9 tion $50.00 in crisp new dollar

Faircloth, Anna M., Stock Control Supvr., ,GS-7 Supvy. Supply bills will be given to lucky ticket
Clerk, GS-8 holders.
Fischer, John W., Warehouseman Stockman The NominatingCommitteehas TIRE
Harden, Carlo., Warehouseman Stockman announced the selection of quali- GOOD I I I >YEAR

Hawkes, Otra L., Clerk Typist, GS-2 Same, GS-3 fied applicants as official ___
.Hines, William J., Stock Control Supvr., GS-7 Supvy, Supply nominees for the three vacan-
Clerk, GS-8 cies on the Board of Directors,

Jones, Kathleen S., Clerk Typist, GS-3 Procurement Clerk and also the two vacancies on the SALE
(Typing), GS-4 { Credit Committee. JANUARY
Kldd, Olin 0., Jr., Warehouseman Stockman T : t BOARD OF DIRECTOR NOMI-
Mitchell, Ruby S., Supply Clerk, GS-3 Same, GS-4 NEES: (Select three of these)
Parramore, Rossie M., Warehouseman Stockman CDR. J. A. McAllister (Public Nylon AfMVeather
Rawls, Afton S., Stock Control Supvr., GS-7 Supvy. Inventory Works) Tubeless Tires
Management Specialist, GS-9 Mr. J. W. Mills (Supply) FOBVThiUmalls
Scray, Peter J., Jr., Warehouseman Stockman Mr. J. f. O'Connell (C&R) SPECIAL FOR 0.00
Sweat, Jimmy L., Warehouseman Stockman Mr. H. C. Rohm (O&R) $4400,1ft
Sweat, Oden, Warehouueman StockmanCOMPTROLLER Mr. T. E, Stringfellow (C&R) ,COMPACTS slzo
CAPT. R.- L. Watson (Supply)
DEPT.Bennett .

Mark W., .Accts. Maintenance Clerk, GS-3.. Same, GS- NEES: (Select two of these)
4 Mr. W. E.Dobbs (O&R) $2.50 more each
Champa, Evelyn B., Accounting Technician, GS-2 Same, GS-5 Mr T, W. Mincey (O&R)
Kowkabany, Emily R, Card Punch Operator, GS-3 Same, GS-4 Mr. C. W. Player (O4R)
Krlfka, Bettle C., Accts. Maintenance Clerk, GS-4 Accts. Mr. R. R. Story (QI&R)
Maintenance Supvr., GS-5 V Nylon AH-Weather 42

Reynolds, Margaret H., Accounting Technician GS-4 Same, NARTU Will FOUR Tube-type FORWhitetralla tires
Schoder, Flossie N., Accts. Maintenance Clerk, GS-4 Accts. S
Host SeminarSunday
Maintenance Supvr., GS-5 OLDER CARS Size $3200r.

Stecher, Ruth M., Supvy. Accounting Technician, GS6Same, k
GS-7 January will see
40 Naval Reserve officers arriv- otw to M44 eN tint
Stokes, Aimelle S., Accounting Technician, GS-4, Same GS-5
ing at Jax to attend
a two-week
Weathers, Lillian S., Accounting Technician, GS-4, Same GS-5 seminar in Value Engineering t2.0001'0 each

ing hosted by the Naval Air Reserve -

Training Unit, commandedby
WESCONNETT Capt C. W. Plttman.
These officers, all scientists, Nylon Alt Weather 42
engineers, and management per- Id -a- Tubeless Tires
ri1: FLORIST sonnel, are members of the Ill FOUR FOR
Bureau of Naval Weapons i SPECIAL FOR T.130

"WEPTU" program who have '57-63 CARS glz: ) $4400.hat
We wire Flowers been specifically selected for this
Located halfway between. ecil & NAS at program, the first of its kind ever
103rd St & Wesconnett Blvd. conducted forNavalReserve tal w. ell tinsWhitewall
cers. In addition two officers
from the Air Force Institute of 'I2.0O more each
FREE DELIVERY PHONE 771-3770 Technology will attend at obser-

The instructural staff for the > I
WEEK-END SPECIAL Seminar, headed by CommanderB. Nylon All Weather 42
R. Dixon '
Executive Officer Tubeless Tire
C-B MOTORS of WEPT 741, includes some FOUR FOR
of the outstanding value engineersin SPECIAL FOR 8.00
5013 SAN JUAN AVE. the country. Notable among
((4 Blks. off Roosevelt Blvd.) these are Mr. Glen D. Han of x LARGER CARS Stze $6000Ius
the Aerojet-General -
. '
Azusa, California, and Mr. tu witf.4 *.U tintWhitewalla
4 dr., auto/trans., RAH. Robert Bidwell of the Martin

57 PLYMOUTH . %'395 55 DODGE.$345 Company of Orlando Florida. 2.50 more each
4 dr., auto/trans.. R&H. 2 dr., hardtop, auto/trans., Both of these companies have
R&H. gained national recognition for INSTANT CREDITfor
57 BUICK SPECIAL. 395 their value engineering pro-

2 dr., hardtop, auto/trans. 51 DODGE. . . $295 grams. all holders
R&H., power steer. and of charge plates and national
dr. heater, stand shift.
brakes. "Value Engineering" is unorganized credit cards. Your budget account opened

These are WHOLESALE PRICES. and concentrated effort while we mount your tires.
by a team of expert personnelto
ALL CARS IN PERFECT CONDITION. reduce the cost of an item GOODYEAR
CALL 387-3075 of hardware, process, a method, SERVICE STOREJUST
and we will pick you up i/ you need transportation or a' system with degradationof OFF ROOSEVELT ON SAN JUAN

. -, . .. .. . . . '-'-' .quality.. . .. .. SAN JUAN & JERSEY ST., PH. 389.3671JANUARY



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Service :- Jax Navy Wins 5th Straight, I

Wives Bowling Cops Two From Moody AFB

Winning their fifth straight game In the Inter-Service Basketball
Rolling the high game In the League, the Jax Navy "cagers" copped two games from Moody
NAS Service Wives Bowling lea- AFB, who was previously undefeated In league play, by the scoresof
gue was Lll SadowskI,of the Tor- 99-72 and 8279.
nadoes, with a 184 game while Jax Navy's 7-4 record features the Navy squad with a 7L8 point .
the while their 'are shooting at a 68.? pace. ( a a :
high, set is tied .at 475 ben. average per game opponents .
tween, Sadowskl and Dot Cram of The two high"scorers 'for the
the Hurricanes. Jax 'Navy squad are Fred Klo- Saturday night's contest saw a
Split conversions were coppedby man of the Hospital with a 21.6 much closer game and the Air
Jean Canaway of the Torna- average for nine games and 237 Force team leading at half time
and Feltonof points, and Chuck Austin, of
does with a 5-7 Kaye by a 46-38 score.Determination.
the Hurricanes with a 5-10 FCEUR, who Is shooting at a20.2po.lnt
split. # clip with 162,pointsIn hustle, and free
','. : throws pulled the Navy team
The team standings to date are: eight games
Blizzards 39-21 Friday night's gamest>i1ed off through the second half as Chuck
Tornadoes 36-24 with a comparltlvely low scoring Austin, of FICEUR, dropped In FIVE PROFESSIONAL baseball players, stationed here at the Marine
Hurricanes 30-30 contest with a 37-27 half time 31 points, followed by Ed Marks, Aviation Detachment, signed an oversized baseball for Hon-
Typhoons 26-34 score, but broke lose In the secom and Fred Kloman both from the orita Capell SA, of the NAS CI&E Office. The Marines and their
Monsoons 25-35 half as the Navy squad tab- Hospital with 16 and 14 points club organization are: (L to R) Pvt Michael D. Finn (Cardinals),
Cyclones 21-39 ulated 62 points and the Air Force respectively. Pvt. Thomas Mandile (Cubs), Pvt. William McGilivray (Pirates),

team turning the In 45 points.honors for Both teams hit 34 field goals Pvt. Robert B. Ginste (Pirates), and Pvt. Gary Pillar (Mets). The
Taking scoring apiece, but Jax Navy won the game six month
Marines are members of. the Marine Corps Reserve
Jax Navy and the game was Fred the foul line dropping In
CAN YOUTAKE Kloman, with 39 points, followedby three more free throws (I4'23)) active duty program and are attending the Marine Mechanicaland
of with school here. USMC Photo by SSgt Ed Batton)
YOUR CAR Ed Davis, FAW-11 compared to Moody ((11-27)). Fundamental (
WITH YOU? 14 and Dick Marks, also of the
Hospital, with 13 counters.At Leading the scorers for Moodywas
For And Insurance
Financing I the charity line Jax Navy Douglas with 27 Lugls with
Stateside And Overseas.Call hit 13 of 25 attempts and droppedIn 23, Thurston with 11 and Lacey
DYER M. BURRrepresenting j 46 field goals., with 10 points. The Air Force"cagers"
, 1 1I
Scoring for Moody wereThurston made 11 of27 attemptsat
I GOVERNMENT"EMPLOYEES I II with 20, Rozier with 16, the charity line.

FINANCE CORPORATION AND Douglas with 15 andLuglswlthl2 ,I This Friday and Saturday night
j .
INTERNATIONAL SERVICEINSURANCE'COMPANY. points. At the foul line the Air the'Jax Navy team will meet NAS ........
Force team capitalized on 11 of Cecil Field, at Cecil Field startIng -
5615 Tlmuquana Rd. 771-0527: 27 attempts and dropped In 34' at 7:30 p.m. Jilt Judo Junior

field goals. J

DID W t'I' Prom ions IteM I N JUDD

t HERE'S HOW: 12 MN. mm0MIS6S PARR Members of the Junior lax

,-,:, :;;;, ; .-.-,. .- ; : mmm :- vvKj& Navy Judo Club (Boys age 6-16)) Y
were examined and those promoted
slffj received their certificates

this past Saturday, January 9.
Fred Kafka was promoted to the Armed Forces Judo Associa-
3rd Grade student (Blue Belt), tion and J.L. Baird, Nikyu ((2nd
1' 11 I li / Eddie Grant was promoted to Grade Brown Belt) president of
4th Grade Student (Orange Belt) the Jax Navy Judo Club.
fiSH Larry Windham, Paul Fisher. With the start of a new year,
W ANP U p CARS IN CLAY 00UNTVAUTHORIZED. Hoey Grant and Mike McCrlght members of the club are urgedto

were all promoted to 5th Grade come to the meetings as soon
Students (Yellow Belt). and often as possible to decideon
I SiF1Ji'flJ The belt ranks start with beginners whether or not apply for mem-
6th Grade with second bership In the Florida Judo Association
Grade Students being the highestbelt and membership In the
rank that can be obtained Armed Forces Judo Association.
before going Into the mens DIvision Judo classes are held for all
as a Brown Belt. military personnel and their de-

JAX 264-655* *0REN COVE SPRINGS sisted The promotional of. Stanley board?Kunlmoto,con- pendents.

Sandan ((3rd Degree Black Belt)
M'M0TQRS Vice-Promotional chairman for


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The Heading the National LeagueIs inspect Jhe, M-l, rifle. .that,won
Ito"Saint" wv Hospital at 7-0 followed by both of these marksmen thedis-i 1ST IT. PHILLIP HARRINGTONR
ling for 15 Supply at 6-1' and FICEUR at tinction of being named thehigh ( ) and SgtM ior'H: Brawner(1)check ( )
[have been 61.The rifle the firing grip that won
I qualifiers at the NAS Ma
got her results of last weeks action
[Norfolk, are: rifle Bks. Both shot identical Lt. Harrington the high 45 cal.
I golfer, : l : ; ,r e Denotes High scorer for the scores of 232250. Immediately pistol shooterhonorsFortheMarine -
I swinging game.AC behind them 'are the trophiesthat Bks. ((1964)) Lt. Harrington
I take up the Malm, F W-ll '63-21 were' presented to them posted a 369 out of a possible
1st. Clair MartIn A/C Malnt 18 pts. (Navy Photo by Harold'Benson,' 400, score (Navy Photo by Har;
and VP-30, VP-25 68-43 SNI) old Benson, SN)
I collection. Brown VP-30 35 pts.
Entering Comm, VP-16 50-38
nament" Sheets Comm 25 pts.
she was Supply, CFJ 56-33
three of Venteo Supply 23 pts. JANUARY
siders her Weapons, NARTU 37-30
to be when Davis Weapons 12 pts. 1LU*!
from all Pittman NARTU 12 pts.
DIsp, Marines 48-43 SALE
ionship at Jenkins Dlsp 14 pts. _
The Security, FAW-11 78-35
to shoot Brady Security 22 pts. THE EOMpIETE 1111ET1 STOtE
in-one" and VP-30, Admin 55-51 SPECIALS
this feat with other Brown VP-30 25 pts.
tured the Patsy VAP-62, VP-45 58-20
phis. Before FabersaIk VAP 21 pts.
exhibition ,Saint was FICEUR, MARTD 60-35
pro Betsy where she *MusselmanMARTD24. (, t' ') SAVE 48*
competition Hosp, Supply 41-37
the papers Klomann 'I Hasp 22 pts. Women's and Misses'
her ability VP-18, AF679th 49-38
Wood VP16 pts. 't, l SHIRTWAIST
VP-30,' AMD '60-42
the Waves Brown VP 27 pts. !I T t DRESSES2f05r

but she Marines, CFJ : ,57-41
shape for Outland!. CFJ :- 20 pts.

this year.
Women's Klomann, Fred, Hospital team -
7 games. Total points 151- \ $2.63 each
Average 21.6
New sleeveless with full72lnch"sweep"
Brown, Howard E. VP-30. Total
't'0 would be points 18L Average 2L4 8 .b Fdtt LA neck or club collar.skirt;cardigan Many,
freeways many pretty prints I Misses'
Now Paul T. VP-16. Total
Ewing 12 to 20 -- Women's 14 1/2
will be so 139. Average 19.8 7 10241/2.
won't be games.
Brady, Jack Security
Times. Total points 152. average 19,0 Regular

MOTORS 8 games. ttY" Value$2,98I


ty Pal Blair HILLS k y \
lY show ,." t.i'\
"f pin-up RENAULT. . $695 ;

Pat photo rushed gallery, floor., 4 dr., R&H,4 on ift

military men. ...$1795 61 PONTIAC BONN. $1595 s x

steer, Auto/trans., R&H., power
steer and brakes, bucket
AI I seats, all leather into one

.$1295 owner.
R&H. 62 CHEVROLET. ;...$1795
Impala, V-8, stand shift.,,

-.,.R&H.$995, \ I 59 R&H.CHEVROLET, .'.$895Belair BEG, 2 prs. 76 #

R&H. V-8., auto/trans., SEAMLESS NYLONS ::1


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Across from Mlcromesh or regular stitch
Cedar"Hills'Shopping;; In new "nude heel" style. .
Center Sizes 8 1/2 to 11; TanTcne, SunTone, Mist, CinnamoaL.
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j Jax Reserves //ij1J ,UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

(Continued from Page 1))

Dade, Plnellas, Hlllsborough, 1
Palm Beach, and Broward counties -
have been invited to attend.
Fledgling journalists from the
Miami Ft. Lauderdale Palm
Beach areas and the Tampa St. rr -
t t'r&r
Petersburg areas will be airlifted a
Saturday afternoon to NARTU A
Jacksonville for the Saturday "

night: conference. They will be a& ft t
returned to Miami and Tampa ..r
following the inspection.Jacksonvillearea ./," '
high schools ....': 1'" ,
which have already Indicated they .. J7r. -;,:=
.. .
will In the conferenceare ... "'t
participate .N : {
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Waycross, Ga., Yu1ee,CaUah 1." .'".'..... a' t'
Beach RIbault ,I -
Fernandina '. t
Jackson, Englewood, Technical, ".. "... ... ,,) .."" --
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Mathew W. Gilbert, Lee,Douglas : ... ;
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Anderson, Forrest, Bishop ".
Kenny, Terry Parker, and St. of.-- ". ',".. ..-.." ...;! ....1""$
Johns "- *
County Day. ., '
William S. Johnson, past Exe- ,......., .'i'..--".-.. b.i / $ '
cutive Vice President and Gen- '."",, "1Io., ,.:' .... '" .
eral Manager of the JacksonvilleArea 'MISS MIAMI BEACH-On her way to the Florida thorf, Lltltt Jetnaattporli CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
Chamber of Commerce,will colored beach umbrella.
a brightly BLANDING BLVD.
be honored during the platform AT WILSONSP

ceremonies of the Saturday night 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
Admiral Koch will present a BEST PRICES IN JACKSONVILLE

Naval Air Reserve plaque to AND THE BEACHES 64MONZA COUPE .... . . . . $1995
Johnson in recognition of his support Auto/trans., R&H, Daytona blue, WSW, like new.

to NARTU Jax and Its activities 64 CHEVELLE WAGON . .. . . . .$2795
since the unit was com-
missioned In 1929. Malibu, auto/trans./ 6-cyl., power steering, R&H, factoryair
The Jacksonville-based unit cond., solid green with green interior.

has the twofold mission of keep- 64 IMPALA SPORTS SEDAN..... . : . .$2995
ing its 14 attached reserve squad- FRITZ Auto/trans./ V-8, power steer and brakes, R&H,factory air
rons and units in a constant state PARMAN. cond., Daytona blue, WSW.
of readiness in the event of mobilization CPO 64 IMPALA SUPER SPORT . . . . .$2795
and the procurement of owner Auto/trans./ V-8power steer., R&H, Silver blue and white,
naval aviation officer candidates WSW. ,

and alrcrewmen. 64 CHEVY II. ..... . . . . . $1795
Captain Frank A. Graham,
2 Dr., Standard shift, 6-cyl., heater, solid white with red
USNR, of Tampa, Commander of TIRE CO
Air Wing Staff 74one NARTU Harold Parman Mayport interior, like new.
Jax's attached units will serveas Loo Fritz Webber Pannan, Jr. Normandy Roosevelt 63 IMPALA SUPER SPORTS .... . . . .$2395
the battalion commander for Auto/trans., V-8, power steer., R&H, Bucket seats, solid
the reserve inspection. white with blue interior.

Captain C. W. Plttman, Jr., SPEED EQUIPMENT 63 MONZA 4 DR . . . . . $1795
USN, a native of Waycross, Ga., Auto/trans., R&H, solid white with turquoise interior, WSW.

Is presently officer.the NARTU Captain Jax RobertF. com- (SOMlPKETl Mil W mm 'WHEELSS. 63 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE. .... . . . $2195
manding Auto/trans., V-8, power steer, R&H, Solid turquoise,white

tive officer. & FLOOR SHIFTS 62 top.CHEVY TUDOOR. ..... . . . . $1195

Straight stick, 6 cylinder, R&H, solid blue, WSW.

NO DOWN PAYMENT 62 LE MANS COUPE. ... . . . . $1395
Auto/trans., R&H, bucket seats, WSW, one owner.
4 dr., auto/trans., V-8, R&H, factory air cond., solid white
WiTH{ PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES with fawn interior.

Standard shift, "327", V-S engine, R&H,solid white with red
interior, extra sharp.

Standard shift, 6 cyl., R&H, Ivory over turquoise, WSW.

62 CORVAIR DELUXE . . . . . .$1295.
BUCK RECAPS 670x15' BIK 750 x 14'
4 dr., auto/trans., R&H, solid black, WSW.
61 COMET WAGON. . . . . . .$995
II $$795t I 4 door, straight stick, 6 cylinder, heater, solid white.

61 CORVAIR. . . . . . . .$995
4 door, auto/trans./ heater, air/conditioned, solid yellow,

Equipped with stove, cabinets, table, luggage rack, R&H.

61 CHEVROLET WAGON .. . . . .$1695
ENGINE OVERHAUL "Parkwood", auto/trans., V-8, power iteerand brakes, electric
REBUILD BALL JOINT (Parts & Labor) 15.95 windows, factory air/ conditioned, R&H, all original

SHOCKS FRONT OR REAR (Parts & Labor) 12.95 equipment.

BRAKE SHOES ANY U. S. CAR (Parts & Labor) 10.95


SCIENTIFIC ENGINE,TUNE UP (Labor) 4.95 Mon. Fri. 8:30: 'til 9:00 p.m.
HOURS. Sat. 8:30: a.m. 'til 8:00 p.m.
Sun. After Church 'til 7:00 p.m.



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