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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
July 8, 1965


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm.
expressed by the publisher and writers herein 1
are their own and not to be considered an official i
military department. The of expression of any
appearance advertisements in this publication does
not constitute an endorsement of
any military department of the products or services advertised
JULY 8, 1965

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,was miraculously saved after a helicopter crash in the St. Johns River Wed-

when the Sikorsky SH34J l helicopter attached to Naval Air Reserve Training
1thslde of Jacksonville]

CAPTAIN HARRY B. STOTT as- CAPTAIN ARTHUR C Killed In the crash were Cdr.
turned command. departed for the War Louis DIG lusto,Service Information -
Relieved Of Officer at NARTU.J.C.Hoffman -
TD2, a crewmember, and:
Capt Stoff Takes one passenger, Midshipman sec-
ond cllSS Roben a. Jo .ccL.The
Duties other passenger, Roben E. O- .

Of Fleet Air Wing 2)n Hare, also a Midshipman second
Baldwin assumed the duties of Under class, was saved:
2 succeeding the Honorable Kenneth Mr. Aubrey C. Abrams, a retired
The command of Fleet Air Wing Naval Air Technical Navy chief, and Miss Helen
Eleven changed hands yesterdaywhen Center Drill Team and the to civilian enterprise after more than Orinin, a civilian nurse at the
Captain Harry B. Stott relieved mandant Sixth Naval as Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Naval Air Station Hospital were
Captain Arthur C. Cason Band! were Vice Admiral more recently, as Under: Secretary. fishing about 3/4 of a mile from
Jr., In ceremonies held at NAS Weakley, Commander sent the following all-Navy message: die crash scene. According to
In. marine Warfare Force L, Mr. Abrams heard this helicopter -
On hand to view the change of and Rear Admiral A. R. "These four years have seen motor that. curded like
command ceremonies that Included Commander Fleet Air ; changes in our Navy which have it was sputtering. I looked up In
a performance by the lantic. broadened our capabilities and time to see it descend about I
,Captain Stott reported Improved our effectiveness. I 300 feet and hit the water with a
11 from his last tour as : leave with deep pride In the privilege loud crash. There was smoke,
280 of the Naval Mission \ ; / of having been a memberof no fire."
MidshipmenAt senior U.S. Naval Advisor 1' y: :$ : our NatlonalDefenseteam, and The rescuers made it to the
Brazilian War College. ; most especially our Navy. Some scene of the crash In about three
NAS For AirIndoctronation not the captain's first of my fondest memories remain minutes. Abrams immediately
Brazil. After those of my many associationsand stripped to the waist and dove ...
the Naval Academy In friendships formed throughout Into the swift water. He located
earning his wings In \ this time. It Is people that O'Hare about ten feet below the
spent part of the war ; make our Navy and you have madeit water's surface, and brought him
a Navy to be well proud of. to the surface. "He Is abighusky(
Over 280 midshipmen from the (Continued On Page ) "
E. Thank you for enriching my life. boy, told lax Air
1967 class of U.S. Naval Academy "
Belieu. Farewell and good sailing." News. The roughest part of the
arrived at NAS Jacksonville last
whole operation was him
Thursday for a two-week Indoctrination Secretary Baldwin has been into the boat."
In Naval Aviation and Its Former Executive Officer serving as Special Consultant to Once the midshipman was in
role In the overall defense of the the Secretary and Under Secre- the boat, Abrams returned to his
United States. tary of the Navy since April of
This group of future naval officers this year. A former naval diving in a vain attempt to recover
Is New CO For VAP62Commander other victims. "I thought there
Is the first of three groups officer he was appOinted a MId- had to_be more people down there,
who will visit the Jacksonville shipman In the U.S. Naval Reserve I could see air bubbles. The waterat
Navy Complex this summer as W. E. Nowers assumed assignment was photo school and in October 1942, attend that spot Is rapid but I
pan of their orientation visitsto command of Heavy Photo- transitioning to jet aircraft, the ed Midshipman School at North- kept diving until very I out"
fleet activities. The Initial graphic Squadron 62 Tuesday at latter being carried out at NAS western University, Chicago, Illinois Meanwhile, In the gave boat Miss
group will remain In Jacksonville change of command ceremonies Klngsville, Texas. Upon com- graduating third In his Orinin was busy with the unconscious -
until July 13, the second held at the Naval Air Station, pletion of this training Com- class. Commissioned Lnsigu.: O'Hare. She maneuvered
Increment will visit from August Jacksonville. mander Nowers was ordered to USNR, on December 24, 1942, his body so that the midsection.. )
3-10 and the final group will arrive Commander Nowers relieved Photo Squadron 62 (VC-62)) at he remained at Northwestern was lying! across the boat's seat
In Jacksonville on August Commander John P.Cullen,USN, NAS Jacksonville in January til September 1944 serving as with his head resting on the deck
31 and remain until September 8. as Commanding Officer of the 1963. From January 1956 until an instructor In navigation and of the boat. She cleared an air
During their visit,the prospective photographic squadron which has September 1959,Commander later In the Administrative De- passage and allowed the man to
officers will visit Fighter received their sixth consecutive wers underwent a period of Instruction partment.He remain in this position for 10 to
Squadrons 174 and 101 at Cecil outstanding in the annual administrative at the Navy Line School 15 minutes, the
next had duty In USS Mission letting water
Field; Attack Squadron 42 and44, and material in In Monterey, Calif.; graduatedwith Bay (CVE-59)) and In No- drain from his lungs. "If just
also at Cecil;heavy attack squad spections. Commander Nowers a as degree In electrical vember 1945 reported as Gun- routing procedure in the recovery
rons at NAS Sanford; Patrol has served as Executive Officerof engineering from Northwestern Officer of USS Solomons room" said the nurse.
squadrons at NAS Jacksonville; the Heavy Photographic unit University; and attended the AI, nery To O'Hare meanwhile
(CVE-67)). On March 30, 1946 young .i
and: Heavy Photographic Squadron which operates the photo version PI, RA school at Anacostla,D.C. he was released from active Naval was more than routine procedure,
62 at NAS Jacksonville. of the A3B aircraft since mid- In September 1959 he reported service as a Lieutenant, anion for it undoubtedly saved his life.
Aside from their Indoctrination 1964. to VAH-7 at Sanford and In
May 11, 1955, resigned his A person attempting to save his
Into Naval Aviation, the MId- He was commissioned and designated 1960 nended the Fleet Replace- commission in the Naval Reserve life without the knowledge that +
shipmen will sample Jackson- a naval aviator In January ment i'llot training for the A3B Miss Crisis possessed would
ville's hospitality with three 1947. Since that time, Commander aircraft. probably have left the man lying ,
dances during the summer for the Nowers has had a varietyof He next became Operations Of- Following his release from the In the boat, fearing to move him :
visiting midshipmen. The first duty including service In the ficer for VAP-62 at NAS Jacksonville Naval service in 1946, he joined because of possible injuries.Had
dance was held last Thursday TBM and AD aircraft and completed and after being promotedto the Investment firm of Morgan this been the case, the survivor _
night at the Officers' Club at a round-the-world cruise Commander In March 1963, Stanley and Company and in 1958 would probably have drowned _
NAS, sponsored jointly by the aboard the USS Valley Forge.In he was selected to attend the became a general partner In that lying In the bottom of the boat
Jacksonville Junior Chamber of 1950 he returned to the Na- Naval War College at Newport, company. On June 30th of this since he remained unconscious
Commerce and Commander Fleet val Air Station, Pensacola, as Rhode Island. year, he retired as a general for about 10 minutes with water
Air Jacksonville. a flight Instructor. His next (Continued On Page 2)) partner. (Continued On Page 2)r )



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'$ EARLY ''m\,. : \' Chaplain's/ / MessageBy
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PROVIDE. Chaplain Robert Witt
SUNDAY "Let's get back In here before it gets dark." With this command,

0', Astronaut James McDivitt talked co-pilot and space-walker Ed White
: .. :; ', '. 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy confessed that
". 0" ,.. ," back into the Gemini 4 capsule. White returning to the
'" Communion spaceship was ". the saddest moment of my life."
9:30 Service of Divine
/ a.m. Since the early stages of the space-exploration program, the

Worship scientists, especially those familiar with the human personality,
:J ::;i;' 9:30. a.m. Sunday School for predicted that one day man would go off Into space and not want to

:ti.:->.:'.0 ages 3 through 16. Bldg. 722 return. Spaceman, the doctors claimed, would be so delighted and
/LN 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine
''P hypnotized by the pure pleasure of weightlessness that a return to

.:.. Worship earth would become undesirable. The doctors compared this condition

... 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship with that of the alcoholic and drug addict who have spent months,

even years, "In space." There Is something deep within human

WEDNESDAY nature that longs for, not just an escape from this world, but an ascentto

RSoNp a better one. Even the street demonstrations today are examplesof
4:30 Junior Choir Rehearsal -
this striving for a more perfect world.If .

human nature were not plagued by this relentless drive, we would
7:30 Senior Choir Rehearsal
p.m. still be living In caves and eating raw meat; famed scientists and explorers

1 would have become discouraged and given In to that call to
12:00 Communion
p.m. Holy ,
cowardice, "the hell with it" Truly we can thank God for man's
Also on all Holy Days .
Catholic Services at St. Ed- powerful desire to improve, to ascend, to advance and to progress.It .

ward's Chapel, NA'fTCandNaval was God, of course, who built this little "navigational aid" Into
our nature. It directs us toward Him ultimately and toward eternal
...VORYOUR SURVl VORGI happiness with Him. Faith In God best activates and fully occupiesthis

SUNDAY MASS human drive. Many people testify that with faith they have found

Editorial 6:30 a.m. U. S. Naval Hospital peach and contentment. This Is as It should be. St. Augustine expressed -

9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St.Edward's It In a somewhat different manner when he wrote, "Our
Chapel hearts are restless, Lord, until they rest In Thee."
Survivors Should Know

Their Rights BenefitsOne 11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel Capt. Stott Conventional Financing

(Continued from Page 1)) Offers FlexibilityTo
tached to various patrol bomb-
4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC Ing squadrons based thereAfter Service HomeBuyersNew
Important obligation a serviceman owes to his wife, his
children or his parents Is to have his personal affairs In order and FRIDAY attending the staff collegeIn

up-to-date, so that his family will know what to do and what to expect, Norfolk, Capt. Stott served on York (AFPS) The
If It becomes necessary.A 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital the seaplane tender USS Gard- serviceman preparing to buy a

SATURDAY Iners Bay at Eniwetok for the house may not be looking for a

serviceman's family may be entitled to one or more of the "Sandstone" series of atomic newly-built abode but may want
following benefits when he dies, whether on active duty, in retire- 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's Chapel tests. something already "broken In."

ment, or as a veteran: six months' pay gratuity, dependency and indemnity CONFESSIONS-SATURDAY Since his below the zone He may also be Interested in a

compensation, VA pension, social security payments, burial promotion to captain in 1955, he house where the monthly paymentIs
expense payments, medical care, final transportation of household .7:00 Masses p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before had been assigned as Chief Staff comparatively low and would

goods, war orphan education assistance, and business, farm or home Officer of FAW-14 In San Deigo be equal to or lower than rent
loans for widows.No Catechism Classes:Grade School and staff and faculty duty at the payments on the same building.

SATURDAY Armed Forces Staff College In this case, all the home-
man deliberately sets out to leave his family unprepared and Captain Cason who took the buyer needs Is a down paymentto
completely In dark about rights and benefits as survivors of a ser- 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activi- helm of FAW-11 In 1964 received get started. He may not have

viceman or a Veteran. However, by not keeping an up-to-date personal ties building 722 his commission in 1941 following the necessary cash to make the
affairs record and by not Informing families that such records exist
.. flight training in Pens acola. down payment so he arranges a
many servicemen Jeopardize the rights and benefits to which loved He was assigned to the USS Hor- second trust (mortgage) to cover

ones are entitled.A TrafficViolations net, participating as member the costs. This he does through

the Hornet crew In the famous his bank or local lending agency.
servicemen's personal affairs record should be a complete file
Doolittle Raid
on Tokyo and the The has thus en-
of all personaland military data and contain his will, insurance policies homebuyer
Battles of the
Coral Sea
,Midway, tered into a conventional financ
and other necessary legal documents. Guadalcanal and Santa Cruz, ing method of buying a house.

The following Is a report of staying with the Hornet until it While some of the terms of
Survivors should know where this personal affairs record Is kept and
sunk In
motor vehicle accidents and traf- was 1942. During this conventional financing are less
what It contains. Such service records birth
things as certificates
fic violations for the period June tour he was awarded the Distinguished favorable than those obtained
licenses tax and social Information real
marriage security estate
29 Flying Cross and Air Administration
through July 5. through the Veterans
bank books and other
holdings, personal property should all be together Medal
In a safe place.A Number of Accidents (VA) or the Federal
After the war, Captain Cason Housing Authority (FHA), the

serviceman who keeps his personal affairs record up-to-date and This Week June 29 through served as flight Instructor In buyer has more leew ay In arrang

makes sure his family Is aware of Its contents and the benefits they July 5 . . . 1 fighter type aircraft while attached ing payments much the sameas
may receive Is providing the best possible security for fife survivors. Total Accidents this year through to VF A 1U-2 and then as executive In buying a car.Change.

July 5. . . . 133 officer of VP-23, the
And there's no better time than right now to get these things In Number of Accidents through July famous Hurricane Hunters. Of

order and keep them that way.Everyone expects to be around for a long 1964 . . . 147
. time, but It's too much of a burden to leave your family with the task Total number of days since last CommandContinued
- of records documents that should have assembledfor
searching you In
Injury motor vehicle accident RescueContinued ( from Page 1))

them. (AFPS) . . . 179 therein
Completing his studies

Number of ViolationsThis ( from Page 1)) mid 1964, Commander Nowers
i returned to VAP-62 as Executive
Week . . 36 in his lungs.After Officer.

JA.X AIR NEW"SThe : Speeding . . . 10 the futile attempts to recover Commander Cullen will leave
Reckless Driving . 0
anyone else, Abrams of
returned VAP-62 for duty In the office
Going through Stop Sign 0 to the boat and proceded the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Wash
Other Violations . . 26Twentynlr.e with the Incoherent
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper drivers midshipmanto ington, D. C. He assumed his
appeared Duval Marine where
ambu- of
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, before the Traffic Hearing Board lance was an duties as Commanding Officer
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt and O'Harewas VAP-62 In August 1964. Agraduate -
Publishing Company, a at the meeting held on July 6. taken to the Naval
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Disposition of the cases Includedthe At press time O'Hare Hospital of the Navay Academy, he
NEWS be forwarded was on the was commissioned an Ensign in
to the
Service Information Office, following: twelve lost driving serious list
Box 2 NAS suffering from a June 1944 after serving aboardthe
by ,12:00 noon on Monday before and parking privileges aboard the fractured jaw, abrasions
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- station for various periods; two shock. and destroyer USS Chauncey
Telephone EV 9-7711 Ext. 8162. were assigned to which participated In the inva-
complete six- Later In the
day, O'Hare's and
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries hour course in remedial driving parents, after sion of the Phillipplne Islands
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing at the Jax Police Academy; five their son had been receiving word that Okinawa and In attacks on the
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville Injured in the Japanese homeland. He returnedto
_. 8, Florida received suspended penalties; crash, called the Naval
Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. eight were given warnings; two where Miss Orinin talked Hospital the United States begin flight
with Christi,
were dismissed; four were fined; them, assuring them that training at Corpus
VOL. 23 NO. 17 JULY 8, 1965 and five were referred to com- dition wasn't critical and his con- Texas, In early 1946. He received -
giving his and was desig
manding officers for possible assurance that wings
son was nated a Naval Aviator In July
disciplinary! 1 action ,being_ ,cared, for .
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HAS Sailor Leaves Trademark At RATTC ; Navy, AF, Weather Bureau ::1

I Planes to Seed Hurricanes ,"

Major Command Insignias Decorate Walls WashingtonAFPSNavyand( ) periments. In an attempt to produce -

Air Force planes will join thoseof more pronounced, long- .

When Roy Ratchford AC1, .l..ll11 _. "'_....'I'..', ., ? oJ. -., '"'' /o ,: J the U.S. Weather Bureau In lasting effects,hurricane eyewall
checked out of the Air Traffic ::. i!'[ .': .,..t,., t ,..:. seeding hurricanes and cumu'luscloods clouds will be repeatedly
Control Division at NAS Jax, he : ,Wi again this year to inves- bombarded with silver iodide
tigate the feasibility of modifying over an eight-hour period and
literally left his trademark on ."... ;.f
the walL <' i clouds and tropical storms. the results recorded by the aircraft -

Ratchford, who has been stationed ''IiI Called Project Stormfury, the .
here for four years,draws seeding experiments will be car The Navy will have three types .
ried out in the western Atlanticon of aircraft In the project WC-
a hobby, so W.W. Herrick,
civilian representative for the active storms and In the eastern 121N Warning Stars and RA-3B 1:
division, utilized Roy's talent to Caribbean on tropical cumu- Skywarriors based at the Naval
have the major command In- I lus clouds. The project will be Air Station, Jacksonville, Fla., ,
conducted between July 28 and and one A-3B Skywarrior from ,
signias drawn on the wall of the
Oct. 1. the Naval Ordnance Test Sta-
Radar Air Traffic Control Cen-
ter's training room. In 1961 the Weather Bureau tion, China Lake, Calif.
The Idea started with the xo and the National Science Foundation The Air Force will pro-
RATCC-17 Insignia which, itwas agreed to sponsor a seriesof vide C-130 Hercules for dr"-,

hoped, would create good unit hurricane-seeding experi- sonde measurements and high- ',.
morale. As the room Is alsousedas ments. About the same time,the level aircraft for additional wind
a conference room for visit- Navy developed new silver iodide observations and high-level
ing personnel it was decided to 11THE generators suitable for use In photography In the hurricane ex-
add the Insignias of major com- seeding hurricanes and partici- periments.Four .
mands. Before leaving Roy was pated In tests during Hurricane Instrumented aircraft of
the Weather
able to complete the Insignias for Esther.
Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville FINISHING TOUCHES Roy RakMord ACI, puts the final Flight Facility, Miami, will
Fleet Air and touches on the RATCC-17 insignia that he painted on the wall of This year a variety of aircraft monitor the operations by recording -
Wing Eleven the Radar Air Traffic Control Center training room. Ratchford also with Improved Instrumentationwill numerous meteorolo-
the Naval Air Station. It Is
plan- painted theComFairJax: and FAW-11 insignias, and an NAS emblemon be used to measure and record gical observations from 1,500 to
ned to have all the
eventually :- the opposite wall. results of the seeding ex- 35,000 feet.
command and
squadron Insignias I .
the walls.In .
placed addition on to the Insignias S S S 9-V 9 Z XVP :3NOHd J
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time Ing program.has been But spent not drawing all of his as awnlo 11 OUQ Jequmfg 5/411003:: ADI:): I

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Agency's Qualified Senior Con- ,

troller Ratchford Certificate.left last week to attend -

school and ,then report to S1AI) NOIA\flJ L : :

cruise.the FDR, nowon sixteenthMed H ;I

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Atlantic Fit. Command

Norfolk, Va., (AFPS) Vice iJ8AII8p 8M .SO Bas
Admiral Charles K. Duncan suc-
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I When The Hurricane Hits Be Ready I

After all these things have been of all persons, Including
Hurricane, although not defined This doesn't mean that hurri- of, move inside the house and began your.
taken care of, continue with youror self accompanying you to }
as such In any dictionary,has one canes aren't dangerous. One can preparations there. Stock up but shelter
find book to read listing name,
the residence of kill but food that won't spoil, a good age, relationship -
meaning to you, so can an automo- on a supply and do
occupied service
Florida, thai meaning is trouble bile. The Idea Is to be readyfor such as canned meats, beans, above all, keep number
where attached
home address
Last year one hurricane,Dora, It. But by all means respectit canned milk and soups, and not panic. .
a and name and address
the blow begins, of
left] $35,000 worth of trouble at and don't start fretting every- canned heat for cooking. As you When open text of
door the sldeonthe kin. This list should be
Cecil Field when she went time a disturbance Is reported can well remember last year, that window or on handed
house not being hit by the wind, to your shelter officer upon
whipping through here Septem- heading this way. Each year some home-owners went well en-
Inside and outside air trance Into the shelter.As .
so the pre-
there are many disturbances that over a week without power to cook
ber.And when trouble comes in the kickup in the Caribbean area but with. sure will be equalized.
form of a hurricane there is noth- when you get the report from Have a good supply of candles Don't go outdoors during a lull. Emergency Shelters will
ing that can be done except be your local weather bureau start and matches on hand or hurri- It may be the calm center of the be able to offer only minimum
ready. These big winds are not as preparing. The forecasters always cane lamps with kerosene and hurricane passing and the wind of service" It Is recommended
gentle] as some of the women they notify everyone In plentyof be sure to have a flashlight with will come back suddenly and that you bring the following with
Have been named after. time. extra batteries. It's best not to strong from the opposite direc- you: Towels, sheets, and pillowcases
When will the next hurricanecome And don't be disappointed if wait until the last minute to buy tion.Don't ; formula for small
That Is question that Is after the because the use your telephone, if it babies
? a you have gone to all batteries, supply can ; drinking cups for each
hard to answer but the weather trouble and inconvenience of deminish very quickly when a Is still in operation, unless it member; special diets; medi-

bureau and the Navy Is getting preparing for the worst, the storm warning comes up. is necessary leave the lines cine, if being taken by any mem-
better, with experince at pre- storm never comes or slackens Check up on your first aid open for emergencies.If ber of the family at the time of
dicting when these storms will before it reaches here. Oncea supplies In case of an emer- you do not want to ride out the hurricane; Insulin for dia-
hit and the paths they will take. storm has hit with its full gency. the disturbance In your home, betics; edible canoed foods to
Right now we are in what Is con- fury, It's too late to begin pre- Have plenty of old! rags, cloths there are shelter areas available last for a period of 24 hours.
sidered to be the hurricane sea- parations. and a few swabs .and a bucket that you can go to. But before This food should not require refrigeration -
son. The Hurricane Season runs Begin your preparations outside handy to soak up water that may leaving for these areas there are or cooking andshouU!
from June first through No- the home. Bring In every- beat into the house from the rains certain preparations to make and easily adapt tosmfwlch prepara-
vember 30. thing that could blow awaygar- that accompany a hurricane. precautions that must be taken. tions.
If and when hurricane is fore- bage cans, garden tools, porchor Make sure you have a portable Follow the same safety precautions -
cast for this area, there are a lawn furniture, potted plants, radio handy so you can follow listed above for securing After the
few things that must be done in pieces of lumber, all loose ends. the progress of the storm. Evenif belongings both inside and out storm has passed and
advance to prepare yourself and One of the greatest dangers dur- the power fails, most radio side your home. In addition, you can get outside to look-over
your property for the onrush. ing a hurricane is flying debris. stations are equipped with por- make sure all personal belongings the damage there are a few pre-
Whether the storm developsInto Take down TV antennas unless table generators to operate on. as much as feasibly cautions to take. Don't touch
a hurricane or remains a you want to clean up a mass of After everything has been possible, are properly tied down loose or dangling wires; report
tropical disturbance,whether you twisted metal and run the risk shored up inside and out, thereis above ground level or as high them to the proper authorities;
go to a shelter or ride out the of damage to your roof. still one very important thing off the first floor as possible. Don't step in puddles where wires
storm in your home, there are Put up storm shutters, close left to take care of Water. Disconnect all electric apparatus may be grounded; Don't go
quite a few things that must be metal or wooden awnings, tapeor Sterilize your bathtub, pots, within the home. Remove pets to sightseeing in areas hard hit by
done In and around the homestead.The board up windows and glass pans, jugs, jars and bottles and animal shelters as they will not the storm, there will be enough
first thing to rememberIs doors. Take down canvas awn- fill them with the precious stuff- be allowed In hurricane shelters. confusion already, you may Interfere -
to remain calm and cool, for ings, unless you can affort to just In case a line should break.In Disconnect all lighting fixturesand with rescue workers and
hurricane jitters can present a purchase when the off besides you'll probably have
new ones most instances the water turn all water outlets.
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I CF Pilot-Doclor May Be First Aslro-Doc' On The Moon I ILast

week It became official of the swimming team. His specifics of the training but he
Lieutenant Commander Joseph P. speciality was the breast stroke. thinks that he and his five fellow
Kerwin may be one of the first The mental aspect becoming astronauts will be split up for
scientists to land on the moon. an astronaut started with Dr. specialized training In their respective -
Lt. Cmdr. Kerwin, a pilot-sur Kerwin when he was still child. scientific fields. Of
geon at Cecil Field was selected Since his childhood days he has course there will be Intensive
by NASA out of a field of 1,500 been an avid reader of science physical and mental training for
volunteers for a manned moon fiction. The 33-year old doctorcan the future space trip.
shot.The remember when the comic Mrs. Kerwin 1. the former Shiny
six-foot one inch 172 strip "Buck Rogers" became a Ann Good was both thrilled and:
pound Dr. Kerwin, called reality during World War II. relieved by her husband's selec-
"Stretch" by his fellow astro- When Dr. Kerwin was 14, his tion. A tight Up had to be kepton
nauts, would not stand out as one Interest In space was more than all Information until the NASA
of the elite to be considered fora just science fiction. At that age selections were formally intro-
moon trip but a close look at he wrote a letter to Heinz Ha- duced to the nation. Mrs. Ker- "
the Doctor shows he is unique her a German-American rocket win was besiged by a barrage of
in many respects. scientist, asking how to become a news people for Information before -
First Dr. Kerwin is a jet part of the future space program.Mr. the official announcement. .
pilot. The Navy has quite a few Haber answered the letter For a woman she did a fine job of ; ii
of these type officers. He is a by emphasizing education. Dr. keeping a secret. Now that It Is $ 3
medical doctor; there are not Kerwin went on to do this. no longer secret she can talk and -- ____- : i
as many Navy doctors as jet Dr. Kerwin said that when he Mrs. Kerwin Is bubbling over with BACK AT CECIL FIELD HE MEETS THE PRESS
pilots. There is an estimated first thought about man in spacehe pride In her husband.
20 Navy pilots that are doctors. precicted it would be in the The Kerwin's two year old
Captain C. J. Brown senior 21st Sharron Is only good nurse in this hospital"Dr.
century. Now it is being daughter not saying
medical officer at Cecil Field estimate that man will be to the much about Daddy. She Is just Kerwin said this first meet- Ute/ S&uaC1kAY ,
adds "I doubt that there are moon within the next decade. Dr. taking the whole thing In for future Ing terrified him.
20 pilot-doctors In the Navy who Kerwin will possibly be the first reference.The The Kerwin family's reactionto V.
still fly as much as Joe does." scientist to make this journey. doctor and his wife hada the doctor's appointment was
Dr. Kerwin has logged 750 hoursof If Dr. Kerwin has personal rather strange first meeting. "Little Joe," the boy that usedto SEE PAGE 16 AND
flight time in Skyhawk and reasons for being the firstscientist After graduating from the North- read science fiction "finally YOU'LL KNOW WHYI!
Cougar jets since 1962. to go to the moon, they are western School of Medicine Dr. made It."
Dr. Kerwin could have gone not showing. At a press con- Kerwin started his Internship at
through his Navy career like ference he told newsmen that If a Chicago hospitaL On one of The Navy may have lost one of RIVERSIDECHEVROLET .. .
other flight surgeons drawingthe any scientist should have priority his first trips down the hospi its few pilot doctors but the na- -
additional pay a military physician for a seat In the first moon shotIt tal's halls he was confronted bya tion's space program has gaineda
Is entitled to and boostinghis should be a physical scien- nurse who said, "My nameIs well qualified prspectlve astro- CEDAR HILLS
salary with flight pay by being tist. He said that he thought Shiny Ann Good and I am the naut. j
a crew member. space and aviation medicine could
Why did he become a pilot? gain as much knowledge from a .
The flying doctor said that one manned orbital space shot as
reason he has stayed in the Navy from a moon shot.
rather than establish a private .'''Before AlanSheppard's orbi-
practice was the opportunity to tal flight we had no factual know NEED
be a jet pilot. If the doctor has ledge of what space medicine
specialized in any one field, it would encounter" Dr. Kerwin
has been aviation medicine. said. "Since that flight we knowa
Before going through flight little more about what we are
school at Pensacola in 1962 Dr. up against in space." .
Kerwin had the idea that by becoming What is In the immediate future .
a pilot he would be a for Dr. Kerwin? r11lEl.
better flight surgeon. Half the Dr. Kerwin and his family are r /'
job of aviation medicine is diag- scheduled to move toHoo.stontbsmonth.
nosing what happens to the pilot There the doctor will '
; the other half is under- be assigned to the Space Center \ \ \
standing how and why it happens.The for training.Dr. .
pipe-smokingdoctorknew, Kerwin does not know the
even before applying for the astronaut F ---" ""' --:"- w
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program what was in : \ ..,
store for him as far as being : ( AMT. PAYMENT --
physically qualified. Dr. KerwinIs Ir t a OF LOAN FOR 36 MONTHS
the fifth Cecil Field pilot to 4. -.:..
take part In NASA sponsored pro- f
jects and testing. Lt. Alan Bean, $$2000 $$6360
who was stationed at Cecil Field _
was a friend of Dr. Kerwin. The 2500 1950
doctor gave Lt. Bean his physicalfor
the Astronaut program.Dr. 'I
Brown said that Dr. Ker- '
win Is in fine physical shape. (1. ,
Kerwin- exercises regularly but i 3000 9540 .
adds that he does not do this
without self-discipline and controL DR. KERWIN ON HIS WAY TO r.- ...., )
In high school and as an BECOMING AN ASTRONAUT.

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IL President Issues Civil Service PromotionsThe

__ New Ethics RulesNew following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted in
I accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program:

standards of ethical conduct OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT
for Federal officials and
employees were recently
f by President Johnson to avoid Carl A. Johnson, Apprentice Aircraft Engine Mechanic Aircraft
possible conflicts of Interest. Engine Mechanic.
The new rules. are spelled out Thomas A. Hebert, Asst. Production Controlman (Machinist) -
In an Executive order that con- Leadingman Toolroom Mechanic.
J solidates, clarifies, and Richard J. Kemen. Mechanical Engineer (Industrial Equipment),
strengthens previous standardsof GS-11 Supvy, Mechanic Engineer (Indusrrial Equip.) GS-12.
JI ethical conduct for Executive Herbert A. Masters, Laborer Industrial Tractor Oper.
branch personnelIn Dennis C. MInton, Industrial Engineer, GS-7 Same, GS-9.
Issuing the order, Presi- Timothy L. Williams, Laborer Industrial Tractor Oper.
dent Johnson said, "Govern- Herbert D. Young, Sr., Aircraft Instrument Mechanic(Electronics) -
ment personnel bear a special Asst. Production Controlman (A/C Instrument Mechanic (Elec-
responsibility to be fair and impartial tronics))
in their dealings with PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT ,
those who have business with the
Government. We cannot tolerate John W. Riley, Jr., Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Mechanic-
CAPTAIN R. L. WATSON, Supply Officer, is shown presenting conflicts of interest or favori- Leadingman Maintenance.
Superior Accomplishment awards, together with congratulations, tism or even conduct which SUPPLY DEPARTMENT '
to Azalee Wheeler, Supply Clerk Control Division, and T. M. gives the appearance that such
I Higginbotham, Inspector (Household Goods Shipments). actions are occurring and It Is Fred L. Coley, Packer Crater and Packer
our Intention to see that this Jay W. Ellis, Supvy. Inventory Management Specialist, GS-9 Same,
Mrs. Wheeler's award was conferred in recognition of her out-
does take in the Federal -
standing competence in connection with the work of the Issue not place GS1LErnest
Schedule desk. Her knowledge of the various mechanized procedures Government.* D. Robinson, Supply Clerk, GS-3 Same, GS-4.
used In the Department and her ability to recognize and The order requires all offi- Richard D. Schmidt, Warehouseman Stockman
apply the proper procedure enable her to process documents at cials appointed by the Presidentand Judith E.Smith, Clerk Typist,GS-3-Shipment Clerk (Typing), GS-4.
a rate well in excess of the standards. reporting directly to him and Norman]. Sylvia, Supply Clerk, GS-5 Stockman
certain other Federal officials Kenneth W. Wilkins, Supvy. General Supply Specialist,GS-10 Supvy.
Mr. Higginbotham received recognition because of his ability to and employees to file statementsof v Inventory Management Specialist, GS1LMISCELLANEOUS
1 cope with the highest rate of shipments in the history of his of their financial Interests. It
fice. He assumed additional duties and workload and maintained also Imposes strict limitations on
t the flow of in which has credit to the
shipments brought
a manner the acceptance of gifts,entertain- Warren W. French, Clerk, GS-2, Public.. Works Dept. Mail& File
Supply Deportment. ment, and favors by Executive Clerk, GS-3, Supply Dept.
branch personnel Freddy R. Huesgen, Card Punch Operator, GS-3, Data Processing
Taking off on leave ? The order emphasizes the Dept. Card Punch Supervisor, GS-4, Date Processing Dept.
strong intention of the Adminis- Ruby W. Adams, Accounting Technician GS-5, Comptroller Dept. -
tration that the affairs of Gov- Same, GS-6.

ernment be conducted openly, Lois H. Holmes, Plant Account Cler, GS-4, Comptroller Dept. -
honorably, honestly, and impar- Card Punch Supervisor, GS-5, Data Processing Department
tially. Mabel S. Johnson, Accounting Technician, GS-4, Comptroller De-
One of Its main purposes Is to partment Same, GS-5.
encourage Individuals faced with Pearl B. Shaffar, Supvy. Timekeeper, GS-3,. Comptroller Dept. -
questions involving subjective Payroll Clerk, GS-4, Comptroller Dept.,
Judgment to seek counsel and
guidance. Thus, the Chairmanof

the Civil Service Commis- Federal Executive Board Discuss
sion has been Instructed to work
with each department and agency
head to establish within his organization President's
.. designated individualswho War On Waste
can provide the guidance and
interpretation necessary to relate Top Government officials recently led discussion on the Federal
general principles to specific field manager's role in pursuing the president's war on waste, and
Go with situations. in carrying out Great Society programs, during, a two-day Federal
an Executive Board conference In Washington, D.C.
Remember when "What a The conference ,at the Civil Service Commission's headquarters
8Ft TraveloanNo riot!I" meant something was brought together the chairman of the 12 Federal Executive Boards,
funny? Changing Times. based in principal centers of Federal employment across the country,

matter how you travel, an HFC THE CHANGE OF and the headquarters represen-
tatives of' 31 Government
Traveloan can help you rest and relax on .
agencies. .
your leave. Household will provide moneyto
A teachej:,was impressing upon
cover every cost:transportation, lodging, her class the fact that you cannot

clothing, and equipment-even a cash reserve subtract one, thing from others
for meeting unexpected expenses. unless they are of the same denomination -
"For instance,
Repay conveniently when you return. Do said, "we cannot take two apples

. what more than 150,000 servicemen do from three oranges."
.. -. Then a bright boy said: "But,
Borrow from HFC
every year. confidently teacher
can'twe take four apples
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I lfYaAsklJs Cecil Fields' Chief Proctor Nets

When Navy personnel report they can be an accepted and .'
for duty at one of the three bases helpful part of their new community Top Honors 'At CPO Academy
In the Jacksonville area, one of .

the first things they hear about Is Gerald A. Johnson, AN I ,
the friendly relationship that believe any person can do almost Chief Aviation Electronics originally selected for their lea- 'f.'''.'.- ":"1' "iFF i
exists between the civilian and anything to better himself. Being Technician,Richard E. Proctor, dership abilities to attend this ; '<
naval community. For this week's in the Navy Is I an instructor attached to Naval academy."
question the Jax Air News asked a damandlng job Air Maintenance Training Detachment The academic award Is pre-
Naval personnel "What can a In Itself, but If 1016A-4)( ), Cecil Field, sented to the Chief who main-
Navy man do to become more a he feels he's not has distinguished himself at the tains the highest academic aver- )::\; '
part of the community where he doing enough, he Pensacola Chief Petty Officer age. The commander's award Is I II
Is stationed?" can take part in Academy by winning the three based on peer evaluations and (
LtJ'g( .) Jack Hollister-A Navy community activities top awards of honor graduate, is presented to the Chief who
man can do many things to become during commander's award and aca- displays the everyday attributes I
a part of his community by off-duty hours, JOHNSON demic award.In of leadership to which we all
participating Inf such as sponsor for church youth a letter to the Officer-in- aspire. The honor graduate Vi -
Charge of Detachments here, the award is the award and
the top goesto
many activl-j \t: groups. Serving as lifeguards at
ties available 'if,1ii Mi local beaches and coaching sum- Commanding Officer of U.S. Na- the Chief who excels both In i
val Air Technical Training Unit, leadership and academic
for the civic s 1 mer sports for the kids.
minded resident. '" : Pensacola, stated in part, "It achievement.'
is an honor for any Chief Petty Chief Proctor Instructs in the
Byjolningchurch t <<
groups, recrea'y 4 Non-Jet Pilots Cited Officer to win one of these maintenance of avionics equip-
awards, but to win three Is Indeed ment associated with the A-4 air
tional and groups parent HOLLISTER For Destroying MIG-17 a noteworthy achievement. You craft. CHIEF PROCTOR
can be justly proud of Chief Proc
teachers associations the COUPONIROOSEVELT
tor's accomplishments, for he
man adds greatly to the community Saigon (AFPS) -- The first
has proved to be number me
where he is stationed.Another United States pilots of non-jet Chief Off leers
among sixty Petty H MALL
group that Navy men and women aircraft to knock out a com
are highly active in their com- munist jet-powered MK-17 over
munities is the Boy and Girl North Viet Nam, were decorated

Scout organizations where they here recently by the Prime Min CAR WASH
teach our youngsters to grow up ister of the Republic of Viet- S 'M tv 6
into the leaders of tomorrow.Lt. Nam. "
E. A. Lanier Whether "With outstanding skill and O OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30 AM-6PM 0

married or single, military personnel fighting ability they bravely THIS COUPON WORTH SQL OFFva.'.. ..,
can and should taken an fought back the attacks from two
active interest in community affairs MIG-17 jets and downed one of 9 g, ON A CAR WASH ANY DAY EXCEPT WED. g
and projects. The extent of them," said Prime Minister LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALL SHOPPING CENTER

this participation Nguyen Cao Ky, before present-
Is limited ing the four U.S. Navy pilots with
only by one's '' Vietnamese Air Gallantry Medals
own initiative. with gold wings. AUTO WAX APPLIED

One should show The Navy pilots decorated, all .1Jr FREE WITH CAR WASH!
an Interest In I from the Seventh Fleet aircraft
community af- carrier USS Midway, are: Lieu- COUPON
fairs, tenant Commander Edwin A.
political, school LAMER Greathouse, Lieutenant Clinton
and church, In order to properly Johnson and Lieutenant (jg)
fit in and to be welcomed bythe Charles W. Hartman and Jim 5. ? C/
civilian populace. The interest Lynne.On :
one shows in his com- hand to congratulate the
munity is readily apparent and pilots were General William C. BY BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. fl
Is an indication to other if and Westmoreland, USA, and Major
how much one cares about the General R.R. Rowland USAF, '"
community and his neighbors.W. chief of the Air Force Advisory
L. Julian AQC I think Group, RVN. 1
the mart should I lrd
dK s
join some civicorganization i,
and $15.4 Billion AuthorizedFor

back it up. Also
Research ,
support the local Weapons, { r

athletic teams.If WASHINGTON (AFPS)-President 4 .
eligible, vote Johnson has signed a bill authorizing -
In all elections. $15.4 billion for pro- 1316 SPL/tSII-4 New York modtt

Treat the town JULIAN curement of weapons systems, picks the ninny Southern Call/or S My
as your home town. research and other purposes for nia coat to splash about in the
Joe Spinelli, AQB2 He and the Department of Defense during latest in beachwrar. This bit of .
his family FY66. daring baring If called a hip-hug-
should become The largest authorization, amounting <<",.
familiar with to more than $6.4 billion -
the activities of is for research develop-
his community. and evaluation. c
fi ment, test
By getting acquainted The next highest appropriationwas
with more than $5.8 billion for SPRITEWINSATSEBRING j "
new neighbors aircraft.
and civic events SPINELLI D L BR 3 BR 2

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Jax may 'not have a cars. Therein,however, is not the 1c _= expenditure of t this fuel allows

"Wabash' Cannonball"',' aboard, entire story.Unheralded. 4 ___ the entire station to be proaching.. nearby. Says Mr. _____ ___
and' unnoticed, but : S ______________ supplied Johns, "It Is a foolish thing to, j "
but It can boast a railroad. This S with fuel oil, for one of the regudo the I .5
S passing ;flagman) W ,
F railroad consists of about 11 doing an important job nonetheless who : ; lar jobs performed by the trainmen suppose that this old, slow-: .. SS

miles of tracks, 32 switches, are the three men Is the delivery of fuel oil moving engine doesn't' look ;E2 I Ir
three direct crosses, and four c operate> NAS J Jax' railroad. A to the station's' mainpowerplant. formidable, but by golly it could -. ,. '
crossovers. Along these tracks part of the Public Work Depart- During the winter, two tank cars kill .".
you. .
ment's' Transportation Division, _______ of fuel oil
and 19 spurs runs one Navy- t> are delivered daily As
we continued ride, we .
our _____
railroad during normal t->'\ t
owned diesel engine one Navy- the operates : : to the power plant. During sumentered the station across Roosevelt ",$ :t ': S
owned boxcar and two Navyowned working hours, receiving incoming ''kf! mer or warmer hours, about* Boulevard at the gate adjacent ; : : J < .. I
diesel engine,one Navy-owned freight for the station three trips a week to the power to the enlisted housing' .. : S 1
boxcar and two Navy)'-owned tank and delivering outgoing freight s plant keeps the station In fuel area. About* five little boys were : tw....
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playing along the railroad tracks, j I .
S Cargo carried in and out* of which put* the crew on the alert, .
iI _______ ;:' I the station offers Interesting since these little children have ""'"\f... SJr S
__ comparisons. Everything Y from been known to make a mad dash :. (. _____
__ b ; limerock to ammunition to belt to the train and crawl aboard It ;., '" ...... -a.. v
& END'OF leaves NAS Jell( aboard'the as *the!'
'S buckles and christmas trees enwh1Je the train moved down the THE AN ERA railroad.
n LtA -5 55 S rides towards Yorktown Virginia.
Antisubmarine torpedo
t :i'
the station the
ters rails. track
on the third dangerous
to -
35 CARLOADS of limerock weighing about5 ,niapiece have been brought aboard potentially aIASW torpedo has been retired from use at NAS J Jax and
1''" 1 1Z 1j ___ the station furing the month of June. Th imcrock is stockpiled in the ordnance Probably the main concern of spot, the approaches to throughout h r the Navy. This is the last carload to leave t the station. -
Z Is the
section of the station.. crew safety. During our runways.Low-fIyingalrcraft, r Ammunition is just one of a myriad of items to pass in and
//j ride around the base, the traintaking off and' landing are particular -
'--;'..; the railroad line just outside the These cars carried from out: the gates. of the ,station in freight cars.
June men were constantly on the lookout concerns of the crew. Said

w-r S : main gate. one to 100 tons of cargo. During for cars, kids, and aircraft. Herbert Lloyd, the brakeman, -___ S

MR. F. L. JOHNS has been operating the 65-ton locomotive aboard F.L. Johns, Locomotive En- that same period.. 35 carloads The cars are a problem because "We have had airplanes flying S .

the station for over 20 years. He is s quite proud of the safety glneman with Transportationruns of limerock, weighting 50 tons many people' ignore the flagman,, over our heads when It looked ==_ A-I
record made during that time. His supervisor., Mr. Fred Von Ever. the local railroad engine each, were unloaded at NAS Jax. and d pass rather recklessly alike we could reach h up and grab

stein, heavy equipment leodingman, praised Johns, his work and AT REST NAS Jox'' own locomotive can be found adjacent to the as he has done for the past Mr. Johns, the engineer, is round him while the train Is apthe landing gear." USED CAR

the meticulous care he takes of the equipment being used. station's' power plant early in the morning and late in the after. twenty years the aboard he the station. responsible for inginall ______________________
period has
During compiled cars as they enter the station
u.. noon. an outstanding* safety record recording their cargo and weight : I i

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I I'Dental Health Depends. On You!' Problem Of Creative Thinking

(ED. NOTE: About one per- may exist in a few drops of 2. Eat a proper diet. Cut At AFMA LuncheonThe
cent of the human population is saliva. Others cover our ton- down on the amount of sweets. Highlighted
immune to dental decay. The gues. Still other coat the oral 3. Have regular checkups.With .
other 'ninety-nine percent may cavity. the usa'of x-rays, the den- June meeting of the Jacksonville Commanding Officer, NAS Jax,
suffer from its attacks. With Our teeth too, are covered by tist can detect.cavities too small Chapter of, the Armed and President of the local chap-
dental disease on the increase in i : a thin film of bacteria. to be seen' by the eye alone. He Forces Management'''Association .ter, presided at the meeting
this country, the Jax Air News/ : Many of these bacteria are apparently can fill these before they get featured as principal speaker Mr. which was held at the NAS Jax
Afterburner in cooperation with not harmful, but some larger. He can also detect and John HoUIster, Jacksonville City "0" Club.
the Dental Department presentsa will produce various acids which correct other dental troubles under Auditor, who highlighted a number Prior to Introducing the prin-
series of articles in "Your cen dissolve some of the tooth the gums and in the support- of Interesting thoughts con- cipal speaker Captain Mackroth
Dental Health.") enamelAt ing bone which may not yet be cerning the ability(or lack thereof reminded the group that our goal
Most of the tissues of the body the same time, the breaking visible to the naked eye. ) of managers to think crea- for the coming year Is to be the
can restore themselves or fill in down process releases lactic acid 4. Drink fluoridated water. tively.A Number One Chapter In the na-
gaps caused by injury, but tooth and: other acids, strong enough Fluoridation Is a tooth- number of barriers that hinder tion. He also reminded the members -
tissues cannot. A damaged tooth to attack some tooth enamel A strengthening procedure we'll or prevent truly creative that they should start con-
can never' heal Itself. harmful amount of acid can talk about in later articles. thinking were described by Mr. sidering plans for attending the
That's why dentists place so develop within five minutes I For- Holllster, as were some tech- National Convention to be held
much stress on preventing den- tunately for our teeth salvia neutralizes BallThe niques that could be used to over- in Washington, D. C., 31 August-
tal disease -- stepping it before acid. come them. 2 September.
it starts. But if the acid is produced In Mr. Holllster's remarks on Commander Kent ("Curly")
Dental deer --the eating away a tooth crevice or pit where it members and friends of creative thinking were very time- Weber will be one of the featured -
of the hard tissues of the teeth may be protected from saliva, Branch and Unit 126 will celebrate ] ly as the local AFMA Chapter Is speakers at the National Con-
by acids in the mouth -- occurs enough can accumulate to the election of the new officers embarking on a number of study vention where he will discuss the
most frequently among childrenand dissolve some tooth structure. for 1965 1966 by attending !- projects that will explore various local chapter's very successful
teenagers -- and can largelybe Once a hole has been made in the annual President's Dill facets of management as they study program for 1963-64,
prevented.What : the enamel the acids attack and In their honor. apply to our local situation. In The July meeting will be held
causes tooth decay? destroy the softer dentin underneath The affair will be held at the this connection, local Chapter Wednesday, the 14th at which
Dental scientists believe that and then attack the tooth FRA hall, 7673 Blanding Boulevard ] members who have not done so, time Mr. Dave Cooley] Executive
cavities are caused by chemical nerve. Rampant decay means on the evening of 17 July are urged to return the Study Vice President of the Jackson-
changes which take place in our loss of your teeth if neglected. 1965, 9 P.M. to A.M. Group Questionnaires they received ville Area Chamber of Com-
mourns as a result of bacteria How can decay be prevented? Dress will be semi-formaL with the last News Bulle- merce, will address the group
acting on the food we eat. These The American Dental Associa- Music will be furnished by a popular tin. on "Communications( in Management. -
scientists explain that our mouths tion recommends a four-point combo band. Donations of Captain John R. Mackroth, ."
contain billions of organisms, so program: $4.00 per couple will defray expenses _._-------
small that they can only be seen L Brush your teeth right after for refreshments and
with a microscope. Most these eating. If you can't brush rinse music.
microorganisms, as they are your mouth vigorously with Chairman, J. E. Murphy states
called, are bacteria. As manyas water, to wash away food parti- that the distribution of tickets
51/2 billion microorganisms cles. will be limited, therefore, mem-
bers and friends should make

NAS Jax Recreation Division Offers their plans early to attend this
party. Contact Mr. Murphy at the
I FRA hall, telephone number 791VERYMPN -
Entertainment To All 9951 for tickets.I

Military personnel reporting to On the station Itself, may be HAG ONR 3 i 4FR
NAS Jax for a tour of duty will found Just about any hobby or 1MAGN DO E G B
find one of the finest recreation past time that any one could! CAN
divisions In the Navy anxiously desire. Six outdoor and one Indoor DO..gF AP J.IIS OWN
awaiting to serve them. pool are maintained foryear J.NPW\ rnNG '
Regardless of the hobby or round swimming. An eighteenhole
past time, whether it be hunting, golf course Is In full play -

fishing or Just lounging around, throughout the year. Fishing, SMILES ARE THE ORDER OF THE DAY as Copt. John R. MCK roth,
It can be found on board NAS boating and sailing are availableto President of AFMA Chopt. 40, and Jock, Vic President .
lax or In the surrounding area. the emhusiastast on a year list.n to Mr. John Hollister, Jacksonville City Auditor, stress
For those who like the out-of- round basis. Horseback riding I\\\\ "Creative Thinking" at the organization's June meeting.
doors, some of the finest white is fast becoming a very popular ( .. --=- I
sand beaches are found! In and past-time for many with nine ... Jf
around Jacksonville for the sun western riding horses and miles '

lovers, surfers or swimmers. of beautiful tree-shaded riding NAS Navy Exchange Toyland Helpers
Anglers can enjoy fishing for trails In operation. Several
black bass, bream or many other tennis, handball and: squash I
fresh water species stocked by courts are in use, plus a large Gets Approval From North Pole BossRecently
r the State of Florida. The saltwater Gear Issue Room charged with
angler, out for the bigger Issuing and maintaining most
catch will find that the local types of recreational and athletic Santa Claus journeyed presents for his December 25 land", and: the rest of Santa's
area offers excellent fishing. gear. from the NorthPok to conduct distribution helpers have been busy unpack-
State Game Preserves offer sea The "Ironman" sports program an inspection tour of the activityIn The work at "Toyland" begins ing, sorting, pricing and placingthe
sonal hunting for the nimrod. at NAS creates good clean Bldg. 514 in the NATTC area. early. The huge shipments of toys toys on the display shelves.
Maybe your interest lies in competition among the various Each year) Santa receives assistance begin arriving the first week In Prior to ordering this year's
spectator sports. Well, the cityof tenant commands:! and contributes from NAS Jax Navy Ex- June. Since that time Mrs. Jo Christmas toys, Cdr. Fred,
Jacksonville has one of the greatly toward the physical fit- change Personnel in Schanze, Jr., Navy Exchange Of-
finest Sports Complexes In the ness of personnelTwo ficer, attended the "Greatest
entire southeast sponsoring very well equipped and Show on Earth" Toy Show In
professional baseball, football staffed Libraries are located at New York City. So,when he beg an
Ice hockey and wrestling. NAS and offer approximately fifty
to place toy orders he was well
The Civic Auditorium and the thousand books.
acquainted with what the toy Industry -
Colllseum present some of the top Another service available to had to offer.
stage shows In the south. For military personnel and their dependents "Toy Land is scheduled to open
those who enjoy the theater,symphony Is the Ticket Office that August 27, which time Navy Exchange -
4 or art a constant scheduleof provides ticket sales to all sport- patrons will be able to
events Is available. Ing events and stage shows In purchase their Christmas toys at
Jacksonville at a discount. reasonable
prices. Another con-
eesssssanss s The Navy Jax Recreation Division "Toya.
venience of "Toyland" Is the lay-
under the
direction of
away plan that enables customersto
ANYONE William R. Fitch, Cdr., USN select the toys and pay for themat
GUARANTEED GOOD USU (ret), Is backed by a staff of their convenience before
CARS WITH $50. DOWN personnel who devote their full Christmas. This makesthe"af-
SEE US FIRST time to make the tour of duty hereat
ter holiday" budget much easierto
BEFORE YOU BUY. NAS Jax a memorable one. balance.So .

SunshineSTATE If you pass Bldg. 514 and
_MOTORS' see Santa's busy helpers (who
Nowadays a man put a luxury
Incidentally received
2 LOCATIONS 4.0's atSanta's
tax on his billfold, an incometax
2293 BLANDING BLVD. Inspection) you will realize -
on what he puts Into It and
388-1564 that even though It Is only
7406 N. MAIN ST. a sales tax whenever he takes ; .= ,.. July, Christmas Is just around
768-1583 anything out I SANTA'S HELPERS Cloutismaking an arty appearance the corner.

Indianapolis Times. rw ft.rrsv mvtew t.r1; 'I ', ? r of sI1GA.I .

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8 1965

MoviesMovies Club Schedules

w :
'0' CLUB Music this x:
will be shown regularlyat Friday -
will be to the John Arnold
[ 7 1 p.m. Monday through Satur- "4" with Johnny'Jellnek supply-

I day.NATTC will have two feature Ing the music for Saturday.Mon : Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,

times 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. on Sat- day Is Steak Cookout night on the I 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not

urdays and Sundays. The hospital patio. For the gourmet Tues- later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
will have one feature on Sunday's day's foreign dish will be German arriving too late for this deadline will be published the
at 7p.m.1 During the summer a Patio following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
I Band will be featured every Wed- check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
All evening movies at Cecil
nesday bight received WITH the copy for the ad. .
I Field begin at 7p.m.1
These are subject to change. open for regular business In I RATE; Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .2.00

Thursday, July 8 Bldg. 593 and Is serving light Per additional line ((4 words per line)/. . 0.50

I lunches. Dancing this Saturday
Circus World
night, will be to Sam Ross. The t -sus seas,. -
Mills, C.
Vern Henderson Duo w 111 performon 1 f
I NATTC Truth About Spring -
Hayley Mills John Mills Acey DuceyTheMarkCastleCombo Real Estate: Information on FOR SALE 3 BR home, close

| Hospital Moon Is Blue will provide dancing sales purchases equities rent- to NAS $100 down, $50 month.

William Holden, David Niven music this Friday and als or FHA VA homes. Call Call Art Powell USN RET 264-

Cecil Field Secret Invasion Dick Strock and the Saturdaywith Spot- SUMMER'S HERE lanita Kent Walter T. Bowen, USN Rtd. 6144 with Powell Realty BKR.
Stewart Granger Raf Valone enjoy the first warm days of Charter Real Estate Co. 387-
lighters on Sunday. Bingo
every summer by wading in the surf at 6511 or 387-2851 at night.
Friday July 9 Sunday and Tuesday
a Florida beach. HOUSE FOR SALE Westfleld
NAS Bus Rlky's Back In Town- Bluejackets Inn Carl Boyd HOUSE FOR SALE Ortega Hills 4503 Water Oak Lane 2 BR,

Ann Margaret, Michael Parks and the Rhythm Kings will pro- 7241 PIneville Dr. near NAS Jax. IB, Ige fncd lot, 2 ton A/C-

NATTC Circus World Hayky vide the entertainment on Thursday STOPAT 3 ,Bedrooms, Den; 1 1/2 baths, $13,500. 384-4003.

Mills, C. Cardinale and Saturday. Friday will Interior,newly finished low down
Hospital Truth About Spring feature Phil Cay and theChantelswith payment will pay closing cost.
Hayley Mills, John Mills March Wilson and the Red- THIS SIGN 387-2428 after 4:30 p.m. ,Need a Home? See HAROLD E.

Cecil -SwingersParadise-- coats on Sunday HAGLUND, BLDR. 1'l16Hwy.1'1.Orange ,
Cliff Richards Walter Selzak C HOMES SALE RENT Park. Normally one
usa Note, 318 North ocean Some dn available under construction.
no Many $0 $100 or
Saturday, July 10 Street Special events for the t dn. No closing costs. New homes. 2642424.

NAS Taffy & The Jungle Hun- coming week include Cinderella 'f: All the X-TRAS Family Rm,

ter J. Bergerac, M. Padilla Hop on Saturday night from 8-11 Fenced yd., built-in R/O .
NATTC Bus Riley's Back In p.m. The Vespers Sunday will You name it. TIMMERMAN FOR RENT 3939 Boone Park
be held the South Jacksonville
Town Ann Margaret,Michael at RLTY. BRKR 771-2792 and Ave clean. 4 Rm garage apt
Presbyterian. Music on the 771-186L 4 Rm lower
Parks $60. $50. EV 7-
House will be presented on G.FOR
Hospital Circus World Hayley
Mills, C. Cardinale Monday night.
HELP WANTED Top pay for
Cecil Field The Moon is Blue- two Sharp Ladles Experienced in
WIlliam Holden, David.Niven The CPO Wives will hold their Operation, of composition equip SALE 6943 Jack Homer
regular business meeting this Ln. 3 BR, house, newly
ment (Justowriter Verltyper,
Sunday, July 11 Monday July 12th at 8 p.m.Various I Etc.) Fast typists with News- redecor outside, A/C almost

-MoveOVerDarl1ng-James projects being planned by the paper experience also qualify. fully turn, new carport & new

..Garner, Doris Day group will be under discussion as NEW CARPETS Call 359-4040, Mr. Holt, 10- roof & screens. ,Avail Imm.
NATTC Taffy & The Jungle well as reports from the ebb of- 12 A.M. weekdays. ph. 384-2925 or 384-3441

Hunter J. Bergerac M. ficials. AU wives of retired and 2 COMPLETE
Padllla active E-7 through E-9 personnelare
Hospital Bus Riley's Back In Invited to attend,the meetingat 18 HOLE COURSES CONSOLE MODEL 1 YEAR EQUITY HOME conv.

Town Ann Margaret Michael Bldg. 593, NAS Jax. price $300 has bal loc, redec 3 BR, 2 B, den,
Parks patio, 6863 Snow White Dr. 771-
$82. or reliable party can assume -
Cecil Field -T ith'About Spring- sssis PUTT PUTT $8. mo. payments. Sewing 1954.

Hayley Mills John Mills eAN YOUTAKE machine makes button holes

Monday,'July 12 YOUR CAR GOLF COURSES Zig Zag designs sews on but- HERSCHELL 3859 4 RM, turn
tons, etc. Call 353-1946 dayor
NAS Yank In Viet Nam Mar- WITH YOU? nite, ,will deliver. Can take apt porch, yard, gar elect
shall Thompson, Kelu Chan For Financing And Insurance I 4825 Blanding Blvd. older machine in trade. A-1 near NAS $60. 3871950.

NATTCMove Darling Stateside- And Overseas.' Call SEWING MACHINE CO.
James Gamer, Doris Day DYER: BURR PHONE 771-2803
Hospital Taffy & The Jungle j FOR RENT 2 BDRM duplex
Hunter -. J. M. EMPLOYEES PARTIES ARRANGEDOPEN Factory drive outs,save
;, Bergerac, apts. New painted $60. & $65.
,, FINANCE CORPORATION hundreds Write Mr. WilliamsP.
Padllla 0'
a 9 am-12 mid. Weekends mo. water sewer & garbage
Cecil Field Circus World AND 1 pm- 12 mid. Sundays turn. Call 7811723. O. Box 2177, Jacksonville,
Hayley Mills C. Cardinale INSURANCE COMPANY j 1 Florida. '

Tuesday, July 13 I :3615 Tlmuquana Rd. 771-0321 "America's' Fun Sport" ACK Reg. Black Min Poodle

NAS Dear Brigitte James Male 2 yrs. old. $70. Call 388- FURN. HOUSE 43 Judson Clr.

Stewart, Glynnls Johns 7676 or 771-7265 after 6 P.M. Orange Park. Water ht, .

NATTC -'. Yank in'Viet Nam NAS. Phone 2649632.
IN 1 OAt Would like ride or will consider
KeiuChan MONEY
Thompson, taking a rider from the Beach
Hospital Move Over Darling -
area to the Jacksonville Naval FURN GAR APT 5 min NAS
James Garner, Doris Day Air Station and return. Working
Cecil Field Bus Riley's BackIn 25 to 600 adj. Tlmuquana Club. A/C$60.00
hours 8-4:30, Mondays through Utll IncL] Ideal for single adult.
Town Ann Margaret
Michael ParksWednesday ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE .Fridays. Call extension 434. Phone 384-6288 .
., ..
Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us ,E
July 14 Pick the cash at ,
how much you want. up your
NAS John Goldfarb Please convenience. Same-day service.

Come Home Shirley Mac-
Lame Peter Ustinov 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN

NATTC Dear Brigitte James You Get Mo. Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt. r I- "

Stewart Glynnis Johns '.>\
Hospital Yank In Viet Nam 5.00 $355.79 > .'t"it! ";''lioi th'1'J.;', "": ,;.
$84.33 $ $ 21.00 \ (1, ; .
.,! "
Marshall Keul "liI'II:: ;
Chan Thompson, 151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00( w 4f f1.:) .' 'ArPG
219.27 13.00 500.51 29.00 .J
Cecil Field Taffy & The Jungle 286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39 A-6A "INTRUDER"

Hunter J. Bergerac, M. Latest in the U.S. Navy's operational attack aircraft inventory,
Pad Illa Above include interest. the Intruder was primarily designed to conduct interdiction close-
payments air-support missions and attacks on land bases and ships in all
weather conditions. There are two modes: of the Intruder with one
Riches- DIAL configured for tactical electronic countermeasures. Recently, an
Worldly riches are like nuts; E Intruder made a 3,500-mile non-stop, non-refueling transAtlanticflight
many clothes are torn getting from New York to Paris. It carried five external drop tanks
them, many a tooth broke cracking 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 which afforded an additional 2,200 gallons of fuel and which were
them but filled 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 retained throughout the flight The distance flown over the great
never a belly circle route, was the longest in the history of the aircraft's deyclQpmcn -

with eating them.- ,. .. *t i
Ralph Wenning, Forbes.

JULY 8, 1 1965

"..; '! '.. .



By GySgt. Joel Ferguson USMC 1

+ I Ii
4 sonnel and positions In Inventory MERITORIOUS PROMOTION. .

CWO Daniel J. Hurley, Avia- control stock management, pro- Sgt. Jerry W. Martin, MarineAir

I 1ty : tion Detachment Supply Officer, curement, warehousing, traffic, Reserve Training Detach

wants to remind all Jax area cataloging, technical services, ment, acceptsawarrantpromoting -

Marines of a recent change In and stores accounting, and the him to his present rank from

clothing regulations which requires planning, data processing, and LtCol. L. B. Dochterman. In recommending -

every Marine to possesstwo budgeting related to these func- Sgt. Martin for a

I w. short sleeve shirts. This tions, have been suspended. Ex- meritorious promotion, LtCol.!

,. regulation became effective July ceptions to this action are permitted Dochterman said, "He is one of

,; ", !' 1. Cash sales are conducted to fill essential vacancies the finest and most competent
..... x.,__! ....I''f, appointmentor Safety Equipment men with
weekdays by the Aviation Detach- by temporary
HONORARY lEATHERNECK. Comedienne Martha Raye wasmadean promotion. whom I have had the pleasureto
ment from 1000 to 1530. temporary
Honorary Leatherneck during her recent entertainment tour of Existing accession commit- be associated. Martin isquiet

members of the armed forces in the Chu Lai, Hue Phu Bai and Da MATERIELTask ments be honored, but only and unassuming, yet forceful,
Nang sectors of the Republic of Viet-Nam. Miss Raye received her may Pro- aggressive, enthusiastic and
MUMMS has been
"official" plaque 'from Master Sergeant Edward F. Mcintyre of Ma mission objectives and by visions temporary have been made to referto eager to accept additional responsibility -
rine Medium Helicopter Squodron-365. given a Marine Corps ." Sgt. Martin joined
committed action Headquarters
to at Headquarters
MARTD in November of 1963
Individual cases which do not
Marine Volps.. after returning from a tour of
MUMMS Is the for meet the stated exception cri-
duty to the Far East, and gradu-
Marine Corps Unified Materiel teria, but which merit further ating 'from the Aviation Ma-

Management System, a conceptof cons ider adon. chinists Mate (Safety Equip-
for the
centralized material managemen. Full implementation ment) Course "B" at Memphis,
The task force established new Is scheduled for
system Tenn. He is a veteran of seven
within the Supply Department of July 1966. years in the Corps. He is mar-

CLAUDE l NOLAN Headquarters Marine Corps, has ried and the fatherofatwoyearold

the mission of planning and coordinating daughter, Pamela.

action to implement

PONTI AC & CADILLAC the new system. 92,616, Marine Air Reserve

Major objectives of the new the -
MAIN AT PRANCE squadrons throughout country
system are the establishment of: had an accident rate of only

PPENMON. THRU SAT, UNjitfi pvTttQ An Integrated supply man- LOS.

agement system utilizing modem Florida's Marine Air Reserveone

management techniques and auto- of 17 detachments of the

# 1 matic data processing to the 9SAFETY Marine Air Reserve Training
t G
fullest. Command, flew 4,057 pilot hours
A single Inventory control
with no accidents or fatalities
point at the MCSA, Philadelphia. during the fiscal year helping to

An alternate Inventory con- establish the new safety record.

trol point at Albany, Georgia. The 37 pilots, 15 ground officersand

Redeslgnatlon of the present 250 enlisted aviation special
supply centers (Albany and Bar- RECORD LtCol. Lloyd of the Florida Marine Air
IQTIQM B. Dochtermon, CO of Jackson
pTERFRONl stow, Calif.,) as remote storage ville's Marine Air Reserve Reserve are commanded by Lt.

THE CRYSTAL CtEftfi activities activities, and retaining responsibilities.their repair Training Detachment, praised CoL Lloyd B. Dochterman. The

his unit last week for recording two jet attack squadrons, one
P 1 Conversion of the present and staff
1 4,057 pilot hours during fiscal helicopter squadron
.. stock accounts to remote storage year 1965 without accident or group operate from the Naval
activities with certain
IN THE HEART OF FLORIDA'S FINEST functions. retail fatality. Air Station Jacksonville.In .
stating his appreciation for
FISHING AND HUNTING REGION Assignment of Item manage- the magnificent efforts of all

;\ ment responsibility (except for SAFETY RECORDThe members of the Marine Air Reserve -
centaln decontrolled Items) tobe Marine Air Reserve set a Command
Training Brig.
the single inventory control point. new safety record for flight General Hugh M. Elwood, the

To minimize changes In existIng operations during fiscal year commanding general said: "As

personnel assignments pending 1965 which ended at midnightJune we close out fiscal year 1965It

Implementation of the system, 30th. While flying the most is time to review the flight

civilian personnel actions and flight hours since converting to operations and safety record for

position changes involving per- 1 high performance jet aircraft, the units of the
-- .._,_... .., ,. year. Flying
?'!f > f ;d Marine Air Reserve Training
t : :
Command have established anew
; # t
/'.L-": t:. "'<, j record low aircraft accident rate

projected to be LOS for the
I A !';" year
__ y -, .r:-q thus surpassing the previous all-

tM W ,4yN{ i time record of L21 set In 1963.

..e. .... ", ., j Particularly gratifying is the reduction
: :v__ ''L: !1 In fatalities, from seven
3,1/2 miles of high. bluff waterfront along Santa Fe River 1J last year to two this year.

AN INVESTMENT YOU ENJOY NOW J r 4' t PY ., e "MARTC units have flown a
WHILE BUILDING RETIREMENT SECURITY 2 .A d j projected 92,616 flight hours during -

the year. This Is the 1 highest
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five and the
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working man can afford I
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'" 100'. 'x 200' Lots as low "This outstanding accomplishment -

asLOOO has been achieved by the

V An ""..,.;,.. ,.,.4i.. only I a few h.",. drive exceptionally fine leadership of
from JockioAvill. .Abounding In ,
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"in.I door g m tuh. So. Ft u vile the Detachment and unit com-
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In ten turf ,..i ,., davt ih..ting by" lot manding officers, superb airmanship -
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f. tai tan M Irt Bert Onto iljpx.Abo iwlmming Hu,. park with boiling. springs levs. last the superior maintenance providedby
r by oil lot .w...,. lets .v,,... 100.. Wednesday accepted top's 20-year retirement certificate
.wo..rf,...., 300 ft II.., .. high MINI' c.".- 'from Capt. Walter G. Smith, Jr., Marine Barracks Executive Of- the enlisted personnel
Ie.... with canlderibto w.r front '.11I! with M..I.l., live Ook, Dogwood
h I for"M4 I h.llI.IM.d.I ficer. Recruiter, drill instructor, chemical warfare expert, IstSgt. throughout the command. It reflects -
Golden concluded his Marine Corps of the the avid Interest and extraordinary -
Drtw career
Terms Owner ores tlde iraekeol Cunp out fn. In bug as IstSgt. sea-
Mrfnm puk,, uh cold bolll tprim while going Marine Detachment aboard the USS Saratoga. During the effort that MARTC
Write JOB tea"proptrty.
: Korean War, IstSgt. Golden served in the 1st Signal Battalion has markedly Increased Its com-

IRA L. McCORMICK Ftaejt. SkfadMif_ .la FU. Abau.,| .. imxplar4tprinp where he was responsible for three mountain outposts surrounding bat readiness while yet reducingthe
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the 1st Division Command Post. IstSgt. Golden and his family number of personnel Injuries
High Springs, Fla. plan to live in Jacksonville. and aircraft damaged.

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IM I EndsAt Season 111:11\1\11111: :;\ \ .,.,. '.

tie end of the regular sea-

son play, four teams In the American -

gue were Intramural tied for the softball second lea and Jax To Play Moody Air

fourth slots. Playoffs between the

teams were scheduled for Tues-

day evening, but subsequentlyrained Base Here TonightThe
out. At Jax Air News press

time, Athletic Director Frank
Florida-Georgia Interservicesoftballconferenceleaders,Moody
McCaffery informed Jax Air Air Force Base will take the Field
on local nine at Enterprise tonight 3
News that the games were rescheduled at 7 1 p.m. in a conference doubleheader which should provide fans -

for held last last night. would with outstanding!:! .views[ of softball pitching.ieaaing .
Playoffs night me Moody team Is
pit FICEUR against VP-30, who pitcher Jack Cranberry.The All- li r ', I I

ended the regular seaaon tied for Air Force champion last year, Jax Navy Splits

the second slot behind VAP-62. Cranberry has defeated the local

VW-4 and Communications, tied team twice so far this year. His Twin-Bill With i X

for the fourth position, were also in first game against Jax Navy, .Y ;
scheduled to bank for the fourth he struck out the first 15 bat- Murray Hill NineJax

position, and the opportunity to ters to face him, and in the seven-
participate in the playoffs. inning game racked up and incredible Navy and Murray Hill Baptist -
clashed last at
Friday night
Playoffs are chaduted t&bqgin 19 strikeouts. Moodywon
Enterprise Field in a twi-night
tonight featuring the top fear both games by scores of 6-1 doubleheader which the
saw two
teams of each league. Tbe double and 3-2.
3-2 victories.Jax .
teams split
elimination playoff will determine The visiting team,undefeated in the behind CAPTAIN S.D. WRIGHT, Cecil Field Commanding Officer and
Navy opener
the winner points forte conference play this year, will the seven-hit pitching of Commander D.C. Taylor Excutive Officer inspects the new Cap-

Ironmarfs trophy, and the right to face Don Stewart of C&R, no Ray Meadows, ComFairJax, who tain's Cup which will replace the old Cup that AMD retired last
meet NATTC's champion to determine slouch pitcher in his own right. year after winning it three times.
went the route. Don Jackson of
the NAS Jacksonville The last time these two hurlers
Communications hit three
softball championship.In faced each other, a real duelwas
singles to lead the Navy's attack,
other intramural games fought down until the last
very while Innes MARTU
played last week, the Hospitalnine out. Going into the seventh inningof chipped George in a pair of, singles., \J :- McDOUGALL'SINSURANCE

took advantage of several that game, Moody was landing The second went nine
mental mistakes and fielding 1-0. In the top of the final inning, game
before the Hill
Innings Murray
miscues to beat the ComFairJax Jax scored
Navy two runs to
nine scored the winning[ run.Weak
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right fielder, led the loser's attack booted a sharp grounder and walked the
man had to tie scoreat
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the plate.In So, tonight, these two scoreless until the top of the
other IM action last week, pitchers will clash again. For an ninth when another walk, a pass-

VW-4 combined an outstanding exciting evening of softball, drop ed ball and a single allowed the MGbUI Home
defensive game with a lot of around to Enterprise Field winning run to score.
bunts and several VAP-62 mental this evening and see the local Jax Navy returns conference

lapses to defeat the league win- team take on the undefeated nine play this Friday night when they

ners 8-5. Tom Pastorius, the from Moody AFB.Interservice. take on the conference leaders, :

Hurricane catcher, and 3rd base- Moody AFB, at Enterprise Fieldat

man Don Barron provided the offensive Softball 7 p.m. Moody is undefeatedin :
power for Tom Coving- the Florida-Georgia Con- ;

ton, the wfaaiqg pitcher. Standing ference play so far this year.
Standfast at tie cad of regularseason

play waR 1. Moody AFB 6-0 Bob Orben reports that when-

AMICm LUG E 2. Rob>wt AFB 7-3 ever his wife goes on a trip she
3. Jax Navy packs by "the Noah method"she --
1. VAP-tt 15-3 4. Glrnco NAS 3-7
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I COLUMN LEFT I Jax Bowling Sports ShortsDon't Waves

By Dave Colby forget the big Florida- Bowling
Standings. Georgia Interservlce;, Softball{
\ I game between Jax Navy and
It's been called baggataway and ojibway. American":l League 1'; Moody AFB tomorrow night at The NAS Jax Waves Bowling
Today It's called lacrosse and Navy players at the Academy perhaps t' 7 p.m. at Enterprise Field when League held their trophy presentations -
I know more about the meaning of this game than anyone else In_ Cloak and Daggers 54-22 two strong armed pitchers face and election of new lea-
the t country.This Needlers > ,| 46-26 each other in what should 'be a gue officers last Wednesday

spring Navy took its sixth Jersles. Sticks, called a crosse, Eagles f. 47.5-28.5 thrilling contest. night, June 30, for the season
straight national lacrosse still resemble Bishop's coziers Chiefs 47-29 that ended the second week of
championship by downing rivlal and a crease, similar to the ones Lillys 45-31 ******** June.

Army 18-7 in the last match of the Indians used, serve as agoal Notional League The four top teams In each First place team for the sea-
the season. This was the Mid- The ball, a hard rubber, handball league will begin the double elimination son was the Tats who receiveda
dies' 22nd straight win. The last size object, can not be car- CPOs 5L5-20.5 Intramural playoff this team trophy and individual trophies -
defeat for the squad was two ried In anything but the player's Five Sharps 46-26 afternoon at 3:30 when VAP-62 from the NAS Special

years ago by Army 119. crosse. Pelicans 46-30 45-27 will meet NAMTG at EnterpriseField. Services and top team patches
Annapolis is located in the The crosse Is more than justa SkyWarriors from the Womens' International

lacrosse hot bed, the central Atlantic tool of offense. It can be used Air Frames 42-30 ******** Bowling Congress (WIBC)
Coast, along with other ri- by the defense men to poke and Continential League which the league is'"affiliated.
vial lacrosse school like Johns jab the opposition or to block The Sixth Naval D istrict's Ten- Special Services also awardeda
Hopkins University and the Uni- passes and shots.Emurance Mix Masters 55-21 52-24 nis Tournament will be held at team trophy to the second placeLe

versity of Maryland. and stamina are Spoilers 50-26 NAS Jax beginning next Wednes Lagnappes.
In lacrosse history there have two top requirements for Supply day. The tournament will feature Individual honors for the sea-
been hotter places where the lacrosse players. The game resembles Owl Hoots 47-25 both Men's Singles and Doubles son went to Lauri Perrault,
game has been played. Lacrosseis a mongrel mix of hockeyand Cursors competition and Senior Singles NATTC, for her High Game of

one of the few sports that is basketball. There are set and Doubles tou rales. Memphis, 214, Evelyn Ray, NAS, with High
solely American; the game was offensive patterns, and a zone or Jax Bowling Pensacola, Sanford, Mayport, Series of 563, and Barb Miskec,
here even before pilgrims came. man-to-man defense can be em- Jacksonville, Jacksonville Navy NFO, for her High Average of
At that point In history the Indians ployed. Passing, screening, and Results Recruiting Station, and Cecil 166. A special trophy for the
were playing the game.The blocking are as much a part of Field are entered In this com- Most Improved Bowler went to

contest pitted entire tribes againt the sport as In hockey, football, petition. Kay Leljedal, NAS. WIBC pro-
each other In matches that would or basketball. The object Is to get American League vided a high series pin, and an

go on for days, be played on the ball Into the crease and keep AEWRON 4 Playboys 0 achievement plaque for the most
; fields that were miles long, and the opposition from doing the Motorolas 3 ComStore 1 55 Chevy Wins improved bowler.In .

'. often end In murder the stakes same against you. The players, 3rd Crewmen 3 Lilly's 1 addition to the trophies
I .M of the games were high. as in hockey, have limited zones Needlers 4 Electrons 0 At SpeedwayDavid awarded by Special Services and

The sport Is still bloody, ft of action. There are no time- Flag Staffs 3 CannonCockers 1 WIBC, the Waves League pre-
Playing field is restricted Insize outs In a match, substitutions 3 Cloak & Daggers 1 Ezell lead footed his sented cash awards to all league
and there is now a time limit must be made during play or at Eagles Riggers 2 Neptunes 2 '55 Chevrolet to victory In the 60 members.The .
a a
the game; other than this the the quarter breaks. Chiefs 4 Doctors 0 lap Florida-Georgia championship new slate of office rs for the
game is stiU played In much the Although times have changed Matros 3 AOMD 1 stock car race held last bowling season tentatively sche-
same manner the Indians did. lacrosse remains much the ame. Guessers 4 Darters 0 Saturday at Jacksonville Speed- duled for September Includes:
The players wear little An exception to this Is the old way Park. Ens. L. L. Logan, President;
padding. Uniforms are In or loin no experts, the Indians, have given Continental League Ezell's silver gray car lappedthe Barb Miskec, Vice-President;

doth fashion soccer shorts and way to the U.S. Navy. Anchors 3 Avions 1 field to capture the crown. Lee Cunningham, Secretary-
Frank Brantley, driving a 56 and
Cutters 3 Paymasters 1 Treasurer; Phyllis Con-
Chevrolet, was second followedby stantinople, Sergeant-At-Arms.
i Mockers 3 Trailer Sailors 1
Cecil Summers and Rod Eulen-
Plzzans 3 Vultures 1
Inlet MarinaAND Poll Grips 3 SkyWarriors 1 field Service Wives
In the first ten-lap race,Brant-
AFES 3 Cursors 1
Army had taken the checkered flag
BOATYARD Tipplers 4 BB Stackers 0 ley Bowling
l beating out Ron Patrick and EzelL
King Pins 3 Owl Hoots 1
Mix Masters 4 Thunderheads 0
Standings as of July 2
I Sadman who said this was the
Spoilers 3 Torch Pots 1
first time he'd ever won a race. Hullabaloos 26-10
Wet & Dry Storage Marine Ways National LeagueAir Herb Splvey was second and Sonny Fugitives 22-14
Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET Driggers finished third. Munsters 20-16

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Sidewinders 4 Marines 0 Rogues 14-22
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Mixers 3 NCOs 1 High set was rolled by Irma

Paymasters 3 Rejects 1 1. what baseball team won the Peterson, who hit for 522.
CPOs 3 1/2 Protrons 1/2 1965 College World Series In
.. CoM Pelicans 3 AOMD 1 Omaha and set an NCAA record

We, Warriors 4 Presagers 0 for victories In one season? AnswersL

2. Who won the 1965 279.7-
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JULY 8, 1965

I CF Officers "Moonlighting" In Marine Track Ace Marine Parachute Team

Sets 6-Mile MarkSan To Represent U.S.A.At .

Jax Robins' BackfieldTwo Meet in
Diego, Calif. (AFPS-- Yugoslavia
Two armed forces athletes came
Cecil Field Lieutenants, How Is the competition In the out first In their respectiveevents Washington (AFPS) TheU.S.
both In their thirties, are play. Southern Football league? at the Amateur Athletic Marine Parachute Team has won
ing professional football for"fun "These boys come straight Union (AAU) national championships the title of United States Para-
and profit" with the Jacksonville from college," Lt. Johnson said held here.Marine Corps chute Team In a competition

Robins. "They are big and hit hard the First Lieutenant Billy Mills seta the Army team at Lake Elsinore,
Last Saturday Lts.Dick Snyder same as In big college football. new world record In the six- Calif.
and Paul Johnson, two pilots In One downtown sports writer sum- mile run of 27:11,6, along with In a two-day elimination meetto
VA-44, ended their amateur foot- med the league up as such,"They Llndgren of Spokane determine which team would
ball days and stepped Into the play as good a football as any represent this country In the
ranks of the professionals when junior professional football lea The -Army's Art Walker won Adriatic Cup Competition at Por-
they put on Robin uniforms for gue In the country." the triple jump with a 53 feet, toroz, Yugoslavia the Marines
pay purposes. But the Robins will have to 1 Inch effort. Second place in defeated the Army's Golden
both "old men" have shownthe Knights by a score of 4,017 to
But start moving If they expect to : this event was taken by Dar-
In the Southern attain rell Horn USAF with 3,997.
youngsters the status they have enJoyed a jumpof
Football League a few tricks al- In past years. For the first 51 feet, 13/4 Inches. The elimination was scheduledby
ready. Saturday the Robins drop- two years In the league the Robins Other service placers Included the Army and Marine Corpsat

ped their opening contest to Knox- were champs, last year they were : Don DeNoon, USAF, third the request of the Parachute
ville, 70. In the game the two runners-up toOrlando.So far this to .n 4 place In the two-mile walkHarry; Club of America following theMarines'
college football stars of the year the team Is 0-1 after drop- McCalla, USAF, sixth place In winning International
'50's saw action as starting offensive ping their opener. the one-mile run, and Dave Far standing in Brazil last April. It
backs.Lt. Both the lieutenants will be ley, USMC, seventh place In the was there, during the Interna-
Johnson points out that most promoted to Lieutenant Com- one-mile run. tional Military Sports Council
of the Robins' players are young mander before the season ends; NEW SUIT DESIGN During a parachute meet, that the U.S.
and on the move. "They are most they have been selected for this stroll along Miami's Gold Coast Marine team upset the defending
recent college graudates that advancement In September.If beach, Kitty Paigemodelsanewbathing The teacher w rote on the black- French champions to win the
suit with fish net side board: "I ain't had no fun all meet.
were the last to be cut off the there Is any "sirring" doneto
panels.GameFishComm. summer." Then she asked a Last year the Marine team, In
last them
big league pro teams year, by teammates it's because -
pupil "Tommy, what should I do a jump near Camp Lejeune, N.
Lt. Johnsonsaid. "The pro scouts of football and not the
to correct that?" C., set unofficial world's free-
have already been around to keep Navy. Both are already two of .
"Maybe," Tommy suggested, fall record for night jumping by
an eye on these boys. But I the oldest pros In the league.
don't think myself and Mr. Sny- Announces New "you could correct It by getting balling out of aircraft at 44,100
yourself a boyfriend." -- Ma- feet and opening their chutes only
der have anything about, Jax
toworry SoftballResults
we're here to stay." Annual Budget Courler-Jnl rianne Wilson Louisville 1,800 feet above the ground.

Lt. Johnson, who Is a running Mag.

back, and Lt. Snyder, who plays TALLAHASSEE -- A total anticipated .
fullback, didn't know until the American League budget of expenditures Television Repair Complete SatisfactionFRENCH'S
week before the opening game of $3,481,289 for the fiscal year
whether the Navy would let them VP-30 15 FAETU 5 1965-66 was approved by the
play. But shortly before thegamethe Comm. 26 Marines 1 Game and Fresh Water Fish
OK came down; Lts Johnsonand FICEUR 7 Disp. 0Forfeiture Commission June 23, for opera-

Snyder will be In uniformas VW-4( 8Weapons ) tion under the State Game Fund Radio TV Sales & Service
long as football doesn't In- VAP-62 5 according to O. E. Frye, Direc-
terfer with Navy duties. 16 Admin 6 6357 103rd STREET
The two lieutenants believe FICEUR 8 VW-4 0 1965-66 budget Indicatesa

they have a Navy "first". To Comm. 30 Disp. 6 net Increase of $267,472 over DIAL 771-4602

their knowledge there are no National the 1964-65 budget. The anti-
LeagueO&R "Twin Hill's Oldest and Most Reliable"TV
other Navy men who are on cipated revenue from the sale of
active duty and are active pro- 9 VP-45 6Hospital hunting and fishing licenses is HOME & CAR RADIOS STEREO
13 NARTU 3
fessional football players at the expected to exceed that of 1964-
same time. ComFairJaxSupply 10 MARTD 0 65 and as a result the 1965-66

Now that It's official Lt. John- 14 AMD 4 budget indicates increases in
NAMTG 6 679th 2
son doesn't make any bones about conservation activities.
it. The man who used to run the Hospital 10 ComFairJax 8 From state receipts, the Commission :B
100 yard dash In 9.7 secondsand anticipates that it will
Is now graying around the receive $1,200,000 from sale of

temples said, "I was only ableto fresh water fishing licenses and
get In three practice ses- $1,075,000 from hunting license .:r-V-.E.
sions before the first exhibition sales. Various types of hunting

game with Orlando. I am In good permits will bring an additional
Physical shape but It will take $286,250 while commercial

three or four games to get back licenses, fish and fur dealers, FEATURING 90 FINE USED CARS! HERE

into football shape." commercial boat, game farm and ARE A FEW OF THIS WEEKS SPECIAL:
Lt. Johnson hasn't played any hunting guides are expected to

football since 1958 when he played total $47,575. An additional$246, 64 DODGE .... .. . . . . $2195
400 is expected from other revenue -
Navy ball for Alameda if
; seven Factory air, power steering, radio and heater.
further back when he was sources; court costs and 64 TR SPITFIRE CONVERTIBLE. . . . .$1695
playing the game regularly. Lt. miscellaneous such as grazing, Solid white, 4 speed transmission, radio and heater,wheel
Johnson played college football oil and stumpage leases.In covers, extra clean.

for Iowa State through 1956 when r ild addition to the state receipts, 64 VOLKSWAGEN . .. . . .-. . .$1445
he graduated and then joined the the Commission anticipates a Solid red, radio and heater, whitewalls.

Navy. total of $608,789 from Federal 63 FORD FASJBACK. .. . . .. . .. .$1695
Through a rigid self-imposed Aid monies. V-8, stick shift, radio and heater, whitewalls, red and very
fitness program Lt. Johnson has Since Commission operateson clean. .

been keeping in good shape.Each money placed in the State 63 VALIANT DOOR . . .. . . .. .$1295
day the Lieutenant runs from Game Fund by sale of fishing and 24,000 miles of factory warranty remaining, brand new
three to five miles, and does 200 hunting licenses and other revenue whitewall tires, radio and heater. '

Push-ups In sets of 50's. This sources, It bases its bud 62 CHEVY BELAIR 4-DOOR. .. .. . . . $1295
exercise usually comes In the get on anticipated revenue. Air-conditioned radio and heater, automatic transmission,
whitewalls and wheel covers.
evening after time.
At noon hour secure Lt. Johnson triesto 60 PLYMOUTH BELVEDERE . . . . .$695
get In a few games of hand- CHURCH of CHRIST 4 dr., V-8, factory air, R&H power steer. & brakes, auto/
ball. This Is the sport the Lieu- 5223 WESCONETT BLVD
tenant wished he could have kept NEAR NAS DRIVE A LITTLE AND SAVE A LOT AT
amateur status In. But because -

he Is being paid to play SUNDAYS:
football he loses his amateur I CLAYTONREVELSChryslerPlymouth
standing In all
sports. In 1959, 11:00: A.M. WORSHIP
60, and 61 Lt. Johnson the WALKIN' AIRMAN Donald De-
Navy's All-Pacific handball Noon of the Air Force's Strategic -
champion.. Air Command "picks. em WEDNESDAYS: GREEN COVE SPRINGS, FLA.

Lt. Snyder played his college up and lays 'em down"! in the 7:30 P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE only 20 min. So. of NAS on Hwy. 17
football at the Naval Academy two-mile walk com petition in the CHURCH PHONE SP l-5075
track and field MINISTER' PHONE SP 1.2646 PHONE
where he was the starting fullback All Air Force JAX

from 1952 through 1956. .'meets\ ; . . . .

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j Letter Of Commendation 85-Day''

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Initiative, military appearance of an ships assigned to the May- The Naval 4fr Reserve's annual L
and bearing, and outstanding work'' t port Naval Station. I youth' ring f program Is
were the ingredients that resulted i Petersen has increased his in full swing .at the Naval Air
in a letter of commendation fora education since being assignedto 1 Station Jacksonville with platoons
Dental Technician First Class NATTC by attending Jacksonville :r( of uniformed boot Reservlslts
at Jacksonville's Naval Air Tech- University, completing ,'marching tb-and-from classes
nical Training Center Thursday, correspondance courses, and and formations.The .
July LThe studying the United States Arm- program opened June 14,
recipient of the letter was ed Forces Institute (USAF)Russian and Is designed to run for an 85
Richard A. Petersen. Petersen Language Course at the 1 l day period. However this year's ,
.... has been' attached to the training Naval Air Station. He has also training program will last only
.. center's dental department attended Phase IV of NATTC's ,1*.79 days due to the early' openingof : : .
since June 1960. During those Aviation Electrician's Mate the school y r. -
five years due to his skill in Class "A" school to further his .,. Under the program which Is
repair and preventive maintenance knowledge of electrical circuitry. aimed mainly at high school
there has been no time Petersen enlisted In the Navy juniors and seniors who will not
lost at the dental department upon completion of high schoolIn be going to college, boys 17 and
because of equipment failure. June 1951. He Is married to over sign up for summer train- CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
He has also been called upon the former Norma L. Sheffer of ing with the Naval Air Reserve BLANDING BLVD. AT WILSONSP

to service dental equipment at Gladstone, Mich. The Petersens Technical Training Unit this year 1-1341 OR SP 1-6601
: seven other comma .'jfr !1' area and to render repair service ently jresidlng at 5520 BlandlngJBotfcmd. Upon completion of the course 64 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX ... . . . $3195
to the demardepartments'*' : Jacksonville. the youths will go 90 active duty Auto/trans., V-8, power steer & brakes, elect. windows,
-.. I. ,,. -- .-- with the Navy as petty officers factory air, R&H, silver blue* with white int.
I,' J ,third class for two years.Lt. 64 SUPER SPORT COUPE. . . . ... .52395
1 Cdr. Edwin Holmes, a for- Straight stick V-8, R&H, Solid Maroon Black interior,Bucket
mer naval aviator and now a chap- seats WSW.

lain is In charge of the training 64 CORVAIR COUPE. .... . . . . $1595
]program. NARTU Jacksonville Straight stick R&H, WSW, solid silver with red interior.,
rdi 'administrating the training pro- extra extra sharp.

gram. 64 BARRACUDA. ..... . . . . .$2395
I During the training period, Sport coupe, auto/trans., V-8, R&H, solid blue, WSW still
,young men are taught basic seamanship in new car warranty.
I military courtesy and 64 IMPALA SPORT SEDAN .. . . . .$2595
history, fire-fighting, physical 4 Dr., HT, V-8, Auto/trans., PS, Fact. Air, Extra nice. 2 to
f fitness and are given a course choose from.
in U.S. citizenship. They are i 64 BELAIR WAGON. . .; . . . . .$2595
also taught rudimentary avia- Auto/trans., V-8, power steer., R&H, factory air,still in new
1* tion and learn military drill car warranty.
The Naval Reserve Program 64 BELAIR. ..... . '.. . . . .$2095
presents an excellent opportunityfor 2 Dr., straight stick 6 cyl., R&H, Fad. Air., Forrest Green,
men to complete their WSW, Like new.
\p % young before 63 LEMANS COUPE ... . . . . .$1295
i military obligation setting
l civilian The 4 spd. trans., R&H, WSW, Solid Maroon black interior.
out on a career. 63 RAMBLER WAGON ... : . . $1595
is primarily for youth
program Cross Country 440, Auto/trans., WSW, 6 cyl., R&H, Air
who will not attend college.However -
CONGRATULATIONS were in order for RichardA.Peterson, dental Cond., Ivory over Blue. _
those who do
t.chnicianfirst class, who received from Capt.C.G. Strum, a letterof college are plan eligible on attending to- 63 MONZA COUPE. ..... . . . . $1495
Commendation for his initiative and outstanding work.EXPRESSWAY in the 4 speed trans., R&H, solid maroon, Red int., WSW. _
participate program. 63 CHEVROLET 4 DR SEDAN ... . . . .$1495
Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, Solid Beige,matching interior,WSW.
63 CHEVY II WAGON. .. . . . . $1695
r I'l' ... Nova Series, auto/trans., 6 cyl., R&H, 2 tone blue, WSW,
II extra, extra clean.
I r : 62 VOLKSWAGEN . .. . . . . .$1195
I 4 speed trans., R&H, All vinyl interior Solid Beige.
62 IMPALA SPORT COUPE. .. . . . $1695
,,\ sharp.Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, Ivory over Red, WSW, Extra Extra

62 TR-4 . .. . . . . . . $1495
4 speed trans., R&H, wire wheels solid white, white top.
'62 FORD WAGON. .... . . . .-. .$1095
O Straight stick 6 cyl., Heater'Solid blue, WSW, extra extra
t clean.
I 62 MONZA COUPE. ..... . . . . $1395
4 speed. trans., R&H, WSW, Solid black Black interior.

I II I 62 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE . .. . . . .$1695
Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, PS., WSW, Solid white with red in- -
) ._ L I terior.

62 CHEVY WAGON . . . . . .$1395
-' Nova Series., standard shift, 6 cyl., R&H, all original,
'f I fR6or4AI! #GAJ, r1tPO I Zr yellow, WSW.

.... .. 61 PONTIAC .... . . . . . .$1495
Starchief, 4 Dr., Ht., R&H, PS, PB, Auto/trans., V-8, solid
: See vacation loan white with maroon interior.
us for a 61 IMPALA SPORT COUPE .... . . . .$1395.,
APARTMENTS Auto/trans., V-8, R&H, Ivory over turquoise, WSW.
: 60 GALAXIE 4 DR SEDAN . . . . .$895
;, Auto trans., V-8, PS., Heater all original, 2 tone paint
FURNISHED65.00 ? WSW. Extra extra dean.

j NFURNISHED$55.00 BARNETT 56 FORD FAIRLANE . . . . . $295
; NATIONAL HANK OF JACKSONVILLE 4 dr., auto/trans., R&H, Ivory over grey, good trans
;; Children Welcome
Mon. Fri. 8:30: a.m. 'til 9:00: p.m.
to downtown HOURS: Sat. 8:30: a.m. 'til 8:00: p.m.
,\i' HAS and Cecil US MAS FACILITY, .OFFICE Sun. After Church 'til 7:00: p.m.SPECIAL .

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; Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM

588 S. Edgewood I Friday: 9:30 AM til 4:30 PM
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