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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
August 5, 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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Female Lifeguard Rescues CNO Starts 2nd Term I t'

:: 5 Year Old From CPO Pool David Washington J.. McDonald(AFPS)-began-Admiral his Ii

second term as Chief of Naval
I The prompt action of lifeguard Carol Goodson saved the life of Operations July 28 after taking
: five year old Michael D. Creasy at the CPO swimming pool last the oath of office in the Pentagon.
- week... The oath was administered by
: Michael, the son of Aviation AE" N' School Rear L<
Electronics Technlclal Chief and The children's pool at theCPO Navy Judge
:' Robert has been Admiral .
Mrs. Creasy r
playing In the poo\\ for some (Continued On Page 2)) as CNO ,'' S _j TI _
time before he was spotted lyIng -
motionless on the bottom. I c..

Cross Miss Goodson lifeguard a qualified Immediatelydove Red Capt. StrutRelieved n To i

Into the pool and recovered

artificial AsCapt. ; U'a '.4 t J $

... of the pool for approximately I .. -. y
' fifteen minutes. Thomas B. Ellis will rel ieve[ Capt. C.G. I .
The boy was then rushed to ding Officer of Naval Air Teem ilcal Training t. ,a *
the Jax Naval Hospital where he nles,- Aug. 12. 4F :
for several
remained unconclous Upon detachment, Capt. Strum .
His condition was dis- :
hours. will report to Washington, D.C., yt
crlbed as serious until 11:00 a.m. for ten months of various Intelligence .S :cr.
the following morning.He Briefings, Protocal, ;
was released from the hospital Counter-Insurgency and Defense kV

July 29. Language (French) schools.Upon r
Miss Goodson Is one of three ? t
completion of the schools he and ,.
y. females hired by the CPO Clubto his family will report to Rabat, 1.
serve as lifeguards this sum- Morocco where he will serve as SEVERAl MIDSHIPMEN who are among .....28b'lufur..oHicer. :
mer. She Is the daughter of Defense Atache and Defense At- presently undergoing two-w." Indodrination In fleet activities at
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Good- tache for Air. NAS lax inspect one of' the engines on one of Patrol Squadron
son. Her father Is a retired Capt. Ellis Is reporting to 30's 'Neptune' patrol planes. During their stay, the Midshipmen 1
Navy Chief and they reside In NATTC from the Bureau of Nav- will also visit squadrons at Cecil Field and Sanford, in addition
Orange Park. al Personnel, where he served to NAS. 11 1
Chief Creasy, the boy's fatherIs as Director, Officer Performance -

an Instructor at NATTC The Division.Change of Command cere- Middies Ait; NAS: ,

monies are scheduled for 10 a.m.
and among the Invited dignitariesare

Burns Governor, Florida and Congressman Mrs. Hayden For Air IndoctroThe :

Mrs. Charles E. Bennett RAdm.
and Mrs. Robert Goldthwaite, >b.6.6 '\' '1, y, t
Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville second increment of midshipmen from the ,1967 class of U.S.
and RAdm. A lien Smith Jr., Charles G. Strum, Capt. USN Naval Academy arrived at NAS Jax lastJTpesday, August 3, for a
Chief of Naval Air Technical two-week Indoctrination In Naval Aviation .and: I its role in the over-
Training. __ all defense of the United'States.
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y Capt. Strum reported to i ,
F Y' SSet NATTC in August 1963. VP-30 Sailor Selected ForNavy's I This |group IC of? ,approximately' ,.
..r..MRMxnk 280 future naval officers will
w v f ssss/sils visit the Jacksonville' Navy com*

Integration ProgramDavid plcx until August] JO, as part
New Express of their orientation visits to fleet
activities. The last group of mid-
Store shipmen will arrive in Jacksonville -
attached VP-30 has been selected for
2F }' A. Johnson AX1, to on August 31 and remain
The Navy Exchange opened Its the Navy's Intergratlon Program. -' until September 8.
second EXPRESS store today. > 'b"_Y:!JJ.x '
The new EXPRESS Is located adjacent In mid-August Johnson will depart -
'. to the main service sta- for Officer Candidate School During their visit the prospective
tion. Both the service station and officers will visit Fighter -
Newport, R.L, for four months Cecil
Squadrons 114 and 10 l t
the EXPRESS store will be open- of. officer indoctronation train-
ed Sundays from 0800 to 1630, ing. Upon completion of OCS, Field; Attack Squadrons 42 and
44 also at Cecil heavy Attack
Mist Carol Goodson starting Aug. 8th. he will be commissioned an En-

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Squadrons at NAS Sanford;patrol
Of CorrectionIt Johnson enlisted in the Navy squadrons at NAS Jax; and Heavy
Correction in July of 1959 and was advancedto Photographic Squadron 62, also
his present rate in November based at NAS Jax.
all started three weeks ago when Jax Air News ran an article 1964. He Is a qualified Anti- M'e A "+dSY
concerning the change of payday from Fridays to Thursdays for submarine Warfare Combat Air- indoctrlna-
military personnel In this article we erroneously stated that the Aside
crewman and serves as an in-
don Into Naval Aviation the Mid
under the would be a 14 day period.
second payday new system pay and
flight ground Instructor with
will sample Jackson
This called for a correction which we ran In last week's paper. But VP-30. shipmen
an eagle-eyed reader Informed us that the correction was in part, ville's hospitality at a dance .. .. .
incorrect. We said that the second payday under the new system slated for the Officer's Club to-
would be Aug. 10th. This Is Incorrect. The second pa'day'under) Upon completion of OCS,John r night. The Jacksonville Junior
the new Thursday payday system will be Aug. 12th. We do not Intend son hopes to enter the Naval ?.'11 Chamber of Commerce and Commander -
to make this a weekly column but If an error Is found In this Flight Officer Program and even- fleet Air Jacksonvilleare
article please contact us at ext. 816L tually become a Navy Pilot. David A. Johnson cosponsors of this dance.rj. .

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MY F. R. McAlister
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"a"nJi- <' r'i,: Some wise man has said, "Life Is hard for those who do not
-. l.: ..ItJ' 8:00 a.m. Service of Holy Communion keep promises." As Is the case so frequently with observations

!:fJ! such as this there are two meanings. The first Is obvious and the
9:30 a.m. Service of Divine
i-jl' :. 't.. .;' second is subtly
:".i.:;;;'j' fafM" s"r1i" 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for will have a difficult time
< : their obligations succeeding because
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"r.. 3 through 16. Bldg. do what
M);. i"('". ages they cannot be depended on to they agree to do. And
Jyr). + ,!. .lt 11:00 a.m. Service of Divine who have been failed will not trust the Irresponsible. Disrupted I
G0 those
,. z .:' till 0 Uk ;icy Worship results.
\ ''I" communications do not produce
; ', u STbP 6:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship Insure that I
y Q 1&tr7fr1 ;)' There are many safe-guards to promises are kept.
yfc ...", Contracts, convenants. wills, agreements and even verbal commit
:; :...:.. :yo'' WEDNESDAY ments have the support of the law. An Individual may renege on an
I.... $fa: ...;'. .:(N.,I 4:30 p.m. Junior Choir Rehearsal agreement, but he must pay the consequences a fine or loss of
; ; the Irresponsible Is the real loser.
f ) .; reputation. In any event,
,. ,.
: : .':.: ., 7:30 p.m. Senior Choir Rehearsal Unfortunately there are those who, because of the weight of the
.'. ,. .-' law fulfill their obligations, but with reluctance. Though they do not
'"IL :.'..1 12:00 p.m. Holy Communion, come under legal condemnation because the legal conditions have
; :. : Also on all Holy Days been met, they are, however, moral offenders because they have
,+.". iw Catholic Services at St. Ed- not fulfilled the spirit of the law.
y.; ;
<. :.1' .' I ward's Chapel, NATTC and Naval This Is the subtle meaning. For a man who cannot keep promises
"ivy *" ,;'I .If; : I, : Hospital life Is hard because failure to keep promises reveals a basic weak
ness In character. Failure to keep promises Indicates that a man
? SUNDAY MASS has not ]learned to discipline his appetites, and desires, has not
learned to control his feelings and emotions, has not learned to
6:30: a.m. U.S. Naval Hospital and has not made a firm decision
NOT YET discipline his time energies, as
.. 9:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. St. Edward's to what Is not Important, and most significantly, has not aimed his
life In the right direction.
DAILY MASS These individuals who have trouble keeping their promises are
Editorial forced to live by luck and'hope for the best.' They are constantlyIn
11:30 a.m. St.Edward's Chapel a state of warfare with their consciences and are usually off-
balance. They are as unsure of themselves as others are unsure

Nation's Defense DependsOn MONDAY & TUESDAY of them. And the resulting lack of confidence has a deadening effect
on the Individual that Is not easily overcome.To .
4:15 p.m. King Hall NATTC be sure, life is not easy for those who try to measure up to
The Thinking ManThis a high standard of responsibility of personal conduct. But those
FRIDAY who are honest In all things and decent and above board in their
lives have resources for living of which the disreputable know noth
Is an era of automation! 12:05 p.m. U.S. Naval Hospital
Today we can sit In cur car, push a button and the windows roll ing.Very few of us can honestly say that all our promises have been
up. Push a button on a vending machine and cut pops a pack of SATURDAY kept or that we have religiously lived up th the noblest Ideals of
cigarettes; push more buttons and an assembly line of soft drinks, which we are capable. There are those, however, who have succeeded
lunches, fruit and even wearing apparel appears. 9:00 a.m. St. Edward's ChapelCONFESSIONSSATURDAY better than others and from this we can deduce that there is a

Data processing machines, tabulation cards, numbers and more
cards continue to' make the wheels of Industry and science turn way.On the surface the way to living responsibility Is along the path
swiftly. Inshort, machines today can do almost anything. 7:00: p.m. 8:00 p.m. and before of doing what we say that we will do. Do not over-extend or over-
commit. If there Is the that will be able
have Masses suspicion we not to carry
But, you ever seen a machine that can produce qualitiesof
leadership? Inspiration? A machine that can produce determination Catechism Classes:Grade School through, we should not agree to assume the reponslbility even though
? it makes points to do so. On the other hand, come through even though
SATURDAY it requires extra effort and sacrifice.The .
No, you haven't and chances are you never will I Machines are deeper solution, however, lies In being committed to principles
man's servant-not his master. Machines cannot love freedom, or 10:00 a.m. All Saints' Activi-
that are worth-supporting. A man will do what he wants to do,
L. country, or the democratic way to life, or respect the dignity of ties building 722. and is more likely to want to do what is worth his best effort.

So, Mr. Serviceman, It's not yet time for you to worry about being -
replaced by a machine 1 TrafficViolations A Free U.S. Is A Clean One

Your human traits of skill creativity, courage and determination
still, and always will remain the major Ingredients of our military THE CITIZENRY of America Is organizing an all-out eliminationof
strength and our country's security. The following Is a report of a two-footed, two-armed, two-eyed, too careless bug known as the
motor vehicle accidents and traf- litter bug.
Whether you fight on land, sea or In the air, your mastery of fic violations for the period July To the military man or woman the fight against the litter-bug
the equipment you use, coupled with determination and common 27 through August 2. Isn't new. From basic training and "boot" camp to the decks of
sense, can mean the difference between victory and defeat.So Number of proud and mighty aircraff carriers, clean-up and pick-up details are
regular duty. The war against the litter-bug on some military establishments -
It boils down to this. A machine has yet to be built, and It much
Week July 27 through usually costs a littering officer or enlisted man
seems very unlikely that it will be built,,to replace the human mind. August 2 . . 1 mental pain and anguish despite the fact that military Uttering in

In the .defense of America's democratic Institutions from their Total Accidents this year through most cases In accidental It doesn't pay the serviceman or woman to

enemies, the absolute weapon Is man, the thinking man not a mac- July 1965 . . 146 be forgetfulThe
Number of Accidents through August late President John F. Kennedy said In connection with this,

hine.Your mind Is what makes you Indispensable. Are you preparedto 1964 . . : 167 "I don't think there is anything that could occupy our attention with
use It?(AFPS) Total number of days since last more distinction than trying to preserve for those who come after us
Injury in motor vehicle acci this beautiful country which we have Inherited."

dent . . . .18 The United States Department of Commerce Is cooperating with

Number of ViolationsThis the National Conference to Keep American Beautiful; to preserve
and Improve America's scenic and man'made beauty through a continuing
JA.X AIR NEWS: Week . . 46 program of public education; and to Instill In every citizen
Speeding . . . ,13 a feeling of pride and responsibility for the appearance of his country.
Reckless Driving . 0 The military man knows the value of cleanliness and, knowing
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Going Through Stop Sign .6 that the United States is very much his country, also adopts the ami-
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Other Violations . . 27 littering slogan; In fact takes the next step and Is "keeping America

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Twenty-five drivers appeared Free and Clean." (AFPS)

private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR before the Traffic Hearing Boardat
NEWS must be forwarded to the Serviceln'ormationOffice, the meeting held on August CPO Pool Lifeguard
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville by 12:00: noon on Monday before 3. Disposition of the cases Include -
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- the following: fourteen (Continued From Page 1))

Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. drivers lost driving and parking Club patio has been closed dueto Buy
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries I privileges aboard station for the lack of a filter system,
concerning such should be directed the Holt
to Publishing various periods; two were assigned thus creating a problem with
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida to complete a eight hour small children In the adult pool Savings
Telephone 359-4040 or 359-0271. course in remedial driving at Patrons of the CPO swimming
Jax Police Academy; three received Pool are warned that children
VOL. 23 NO. 21 AUGUST 5, 1965 suspended penalties; four under 12 years of age must be
received warnings; seven were attended at all times while in Bonds
fined, and three were dismissed. the six feet deep pool.

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Washington D.C. (NAVNEWS) search experimental salvage
'f, r \ A ten-man team has been named tasks, fish studies, geological
by the Navy to make the first investigation, and undergo a
15-day run In Project SEALABII series of psychological and phy-
,1':" scheduled to be conducted a- siological tests.
r""',:'&'a bout one-half mile off the coast Medical officer for the first
... of La Jolla, California, at a team Is Lieutenant Robert E.
depth of approximately 210 feet Sormenburg (MC) USN, of San
beginning In mid-August. The Diego, California. Dr. Son-
longest Man-In-the-sea experiment nenburg, who studied medicineat
yet attempted, the projectIs the University of Chicago and: tit
planned to continue for 30 UCLA Is trained in submarine
days and may be extended to 40 medicine and has served on) Polaris
days.A submarines. He will not
total of 23 Aquanauts out ofa only keep a check on) the healthof
group of about 28 In training the men but also conduct phy-
since May have been selectedfor siological tests.
SEALAB-II. A second team Three of the aquanauts namedto
of eight will be later picked from the first earn paticipated In
this group to make the second SEALAB-I as surface support
OF VA-66's SKYHAWK JETS lifts off the runway at Whitehouse Field during a demonstration f for 15-day run plus two who will divers, making frequent tripsto
the squadron's dependents and guests during Friday's open house. Other displays were exhibitedin be held over from the first the ocean bottom site. One
Hangar 13 at Cecil Field where the squadron is home based. team. Civilians are included a- of these Is Chief Englneman
mong the aquanauts, and three Cyril J. Tuckerfield, USN, of
have been placed on the first Miami, Florida. Tuckerfield, a
Reflections On Aircraft Carriers team. submariner in World War II,
The 57-foot undersea habitat, accompanied Captain George F.
which will be the home for the Bond in his famous experimentof
their escaping from a submarineat
the of the surveillance, showing the flag, of tactical aircraft. aquanauts stay
Recently Secretary the operation
the ocean bottom, will be christ- a depth of 302 feet in 1959
Navy Paul H. Nitze spoke before and protection for U.S. Interests When you think of Enterprise In ened today by Miss Heidi Nitze, The other team members who t
the House: of RepresentativesDefense and U.S. 1 Nationals. this contest, her cost seems daughter of Secretary of the Navy served as SEALAB-I surface divers ;
Appropriations Subcom- d. Support overseas airborne rather economical for the.. following Gunner's Mate First
Paul NItze, at the Long Beach are
mittee. % amphibious, and certain land operations reasons: Naval Shipyard, Long Beach Class Wilbur H. Eaton USN of
He told this committee, "As normally without land a. She will be a useful wea- California. The aquanauts are Plattsmouth Nebraska, and Chief
you are aware, the Navy has been bases or over-flight( problems. pons system for thirty years or in Long Beach for final train- Engineman Frederick J. Johler,
emphasizing Increased effective QUESTION. : CanLand-based more. ing with the SEALAB-II habi- USN, of Buffalo, N.Y. Both are
ness for limited war. Such mea tactical air do the same jobs? b. She does not require any tat, which will be towed to San World War II combat veterans.
sures are being pursued how- Under certain circumstancesand expenditure of
overseas moneyto Diego early next month. Another Navy enlisted man on
ever in full recognition of the In cases It can. Pre- .
many operate.c. Team Captain will be Commander the team is Chief Photographer'sMate
vital Importance of maintaininga sently naval air In the Mediter- She Is not a fixed targetfor M. Scott Carpenter. The (Diver)J.D.Skidmore,USN,
completely effective generalwar ranean provides about one-half of anyone to find and attack when Astro-Aquanaut. who made a who will be responsible for the
capability. the fixed NATO air power In and If the fighting starts She threeorbitspace flight in May, documenting the underwater activities -
"The attack carrier will retain Southern Europe. Landbasedair Is not Invulnerable, but she Is 1962, is on loan from the National of the first team. The
Its prominent position as could provide the same force well defended and'a tough targetto Aeronautics and Space Ad- fifth Navyman Is Torpedoman'sMate
the Navy's principal multipurpose numbers If: hurt. Because of her mobility, ministration. He has been directing First Class Billie L. Coff-
( offensive weapons sys- a. Political factors would allow she Is unlikely to be the targetof the training of the aqua- man, USN, of Tuscon, Arizona.
tem. Our efforts to Increase sufficient sovereign base a ballistic missile attack.d. .
nauts at the U.S. Naval Mine One of the civilian divers is ,
effectiveness for limited war-, rights We will never have to turn Defense Laboratory, Panama Berry L. Cannon, an electronics '
fare while retaining general war b. The balance of payments her over to another government City, Florida. As a team lead- engineer at the U.S. Navy Mine
capability are c especially evidentIn Impact could be justified In sup- as political changes have forcedus er, be will supervise the activities Defense Lab., Panama City, Fla. ,
the carrier force." port of procurement, use, and to withdraw from other foreign of the aquanauts who The other two are technical personnel -
The following questions and retention of the required basesat bases In the past.QUESTION will engage In a varied program from the Scripps Institution -
answers reflect on why the alr- the right locations, well-de- ;: Couldn't there be of oceanographic re- of Oceanography
craftcarrier is a vital part of fended and well-supplied. another surprise attack? J
cur military defense system.QUESTION QUESTION: Aren't carriers Another Pearl Harbor' cripple
: What are the bas- very expensive things to buy and the Navy?
ic reasons for the Navy pro- operate? There Is little similarity between -
gramming the carrier as a prI- Yes, but If you need tacticalair the Intelligence service under
mary offensive element of naval power and all_ the armed the present situation and the
forces? services say you do then you conditions that existed at the time
There are three basic rea- must pay for It. But, we have of Pearl Harbor We are much
sons: found out by some through studyIn better suitated to prevent ordeal
a. The manned aircraft Is the Navy a few Interestingfacts with surprise attack because:
and will be for a long time a which might surprise you: a. The Intelligence network today -
necessity for the support of our a. Aircraft account for about Is more extensive than that
surface forces on land and sea.b. half the cost of either a landor which existed prior to World War
Carrier tactical air pow- sea-based tactical air system ILb.
er conventional war, using conventional b. U.S. tactical aircraft have DEW line, BMEWS, and the
weapons, but -- comparable capabilities and European NATO Air Defense System
c. The same carrier tacti- characteristics, no matter how are keyed to constant alert.
cal air power Is also capable of they are based. c. We have strategic alert
tactical and strategic nuclear c. The actual overall cost ofa forces all over the world consist-
warfareln either a nationalor land air base and a carrierare Ing of carriers, Polaris subma- It, 1
NATO role.QUESTION In the same ball park. rines, SAC, STRIKE, and NATO
: What can carriers QUESTION: But the Enter- bases.
do that make them uniqueas prise Is advertised at $500 mil-
needed Implements of the lions. Can we really equate this Cold Spell Hits S. Pole
Navy? to the cost of a land base?
Carriers are mobile air bases We don't really try to"equate. Washington (AFPS-Thermo 1
that can: it to anything. Enterprise 1 L': meters dropped to 113.2 degrees
a. Provide a nuclear naval the first of her kind and there- below zero at the U.S. Navy's 1
force (along with Polaris) for fore a little more expensive than Amundsen-Scott South Pole Station
general war employment.b. the other carriers, but she serves July 21, the coldest temperature -
Gain and maintain con- the same purpose even bet- ever recorded there. 0
trol of the air, when necessaryat ter because of her sea-keeping The previous low, 109.8 degrees -
sea and In many parts of the capability It Is dangerous to below zero, was recorded -
world where geographical and political think In terms of costs of iso- July 14, 1963. The coldest NAVAL AIR RESERVE WAVES representing NARTU Joxaregreeted
factors might prohibit or lated Items. We have built car- temperature every reported In by an enthusiasticcrowd during in Miami: ,
Inhibit the use of land-based air.c. riers and overseas air bases for the Antarctic was minus 126.9at July 17. The Waves are (left to right, back seal) Darlene Billings,
Support the general naval different reasons,but the specific Vostok, a Russian weather YN3; Sandy Horowitz, SN; Carolyn Gregory, SA; and Barbara
tasks of control of the sea, ocean tactical use of both Is usually for station. Parslow, SA. The driver is Kearney Rhodes, A01.UGUST .

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I Jax Retail Clothing Military Will

Store Has New Hours Benefit By New *z a ;i .

Patrons of the NAS Jax Retail national holidays.Both Ig
Clothing Store (Bldg. 953)) and retail stores offer a wide Baggage Rates w
the NATTC store (Bldg. 513)will range of authorized men's cloth- L'S'S
now have a greater opportunity to ing items and they NATTC facility In the future, servicemen who >v; .
use these facilities due to a also offers a limited variety of
of the half-price
change in the operating schedule. women's clothing items for Wave take advantage AirLine
tickets J offered by
The hours of of personnel. military
new operation will benefit froma '
the Mainside store will be from As in the past, sales will be liberal
9:30 a.m. 3:30 P.rn-: onTuesday made only to personnel in uni- new, more baggage
through Friday while tie hours form and/or possessing an allowance plan.
for Saturday remain the same, 9 authorized ID card. Facilitiesare Under the new plan, free bag-
a.m. to noon. The store will be available to active and retired gage allowance will be based on
.. closed on Mondays, Sundays and personnel; members of the sire and number of pieces rather ,i \
national holidays. fleet reserve; midshipmen: and than on weight. Checked-in- lug- \jtj
NATTC's store will be open inactive reserves while under gage, without charge,will include L S 0' c3E Monday thrugh Thursday from orders. Coast Guard personnel 2 pieces of luggage, a large .. Tt
11 a.m. to 5 p.m. with operating on active duty and inactive mem- three-suiter and two-suiter suit- I
hours from 11 a.m.3:30 p.m. bers under orders are also case. Instead of this, military ;
on Friday. This facility will be authorized to"make purchases at passengers will be permitted to ,aI" r
closed Saturdays Sundays and the retail store. check free of charge one duffleor .

B-4 bag.In .

addition, the passenger may
WESCONNETTFLORIST carry additionalbaggageonboard
provided It will fit under the seat.

1 Prior to this new plan, free
baggage allowance has been : '
limited to 40 pounds on U.S. Do-
We wire Flowers
mestic flights.
Located halfway between Cecil & NAS at

F 103rd St. & Wesconnett Blvd. The new plan will eliminate R. R. ALLEN, AEC, is a man with many hats. In addition to the
:.- .. 5329 WESCONNETT BLVD. excess baggage charges for all Navy Chief's hat he wears while serving with VP-702 at Dallas,
FREE DELIVERY PHONE 771-3770 normal travel according to Air Texas Reserve Squadron Chief Allen wears the hats of' an air-
Line officials. crewman aboard the SP-2E aircraft; director of.the' VFW post in
., Albuquerque, N. M.; a Lt. Col. in the Civil Air Patrol, and a
Fire Chief hat at Manzano Base, Albuquerque. VP-702 recently
completed two weeks of' intensive ASW training at NAS, Jax.


Submarine Alvin

Completes First Deep Dive

Washington (AFPS--The Navy's first deep-diving research sub-
? marine, Alvin, successfully completed a dive to a depth of 6,000 feet
/ ((1,000 Miami fathoms) July 20, off Andros Island 120 miles southeast of

4,7 The submarine is a high-strength, pressurized, steel sphere containing
-_ personnel and scientific
instruments. The vehicle is designed manner as a small boat with an
for submerged operationsof outboard motor.
8-10 hours with a maximum Four viewing ports permit observations -
range of about 25 miles at a speed ahead and beneath the
of 2.5 knots. vehicle. A scanning sonar set and
The research vehicle will enable closed circuit television provide
oceanographers tomake"onsite" additional monitoring.
observations of deep water Safety features have been Incorporated -
I conditions: so that temperature in the vehicle to return -
LA structure, underwater currents, the occupants to the surface
sea floor samples arddeep water In case of accident or mal-
i. j marine life can be studied more function.
extensively.Alvin The mother vessel for Alvin Is
is equipped for man- a specially designed catamaran
__ euver-ability, permitting it to barge supported by two floats,
-- opperate as a submarine rather each 96 feet long. The barge hasa
than a deep sea elevator. Its platform which can be raisedto
large main propeller can be turn- lift Alvin from the water.
ed to steer the vehicle In the same

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AUGUST, 1965 ;

Atlantic Fleet

For GT.-5 Recovery MissionNorfolk Chaplains atNASJackson-

ville will be conducting Moral

Va. (AFPS)--The U.S. Atlantic Fleet's headquarters for Leadership Lectures each workIng -
spacecraft recovery has announced plans for Project Gemini's GT-5 day beginning Aug. 16 and
mission tentatively scheduled for Aug. 19. continuing through Aug. 27.
The 10 ships of:Task Force 140 will provide Atlantic Ocean location Two lectures will be presented
ana recovery capabilities for astronauts dally at the NAS Theater. The
Lieutenant Colonel L, first lecture will Involve a dis- w
at the launch site
Gordon Cooper, USAF, mt Llw- spacecraft cussion of "The Moral Basis of
tentant Commander Charles Con- pick-up in the event of an abort Responsibility" and will begin at
shortly after booster !
rad liftoff, and 8:30 The second
U3N, during their planned a.m. lecture
Navy frogmen will be the launch
eight-day flight. at beginning at 9:30: a.m. will be a r'
site and aboard the Lake Cham-
In ;addition the discussion
to antisubmarine concerning "ReSpon-
plain to Install flotation
a collaron
warfare carrier Lake sibility In Democracy."
the spacecraft and to. .
Champlain prime recovery ship provide Personnel will attend both lectures. "
first level
medical aid for the
for the mission five destroyers, astronauts. \ )'
two mine-sweepers, an auxiliary i :t;. '
salvage vessel and a fleet oiler The Lake Champlain will carry An epigram Is a wisecrack that
will take part. The ships will deploy 33 aircraft to drop frogmen with lived long enough to acquire a -''':''''-
along the ground track used flotation collars, home In on the reputation. CDR RICHARD L. BARNES, (left), instrument flight instructor for
by the Gemini-Titan launch spacecraft, relay voice trans- Grist and Grits NARTU's HS-741, relieves Lcdr.. N. Tulino, as C.O. of HS-742.
from Cape Kennedy, Fla. to the mission from the astronauts, and
,Canary Islands off the coast of provide airborne radar search Doctor: "This peculiar behavior
Africa. capabilities.A you speak of In your son. Two NARJU SquadronOfficers
Isn't It after all ,
a matter of
Other units have also been assigned similar spacecraft recovery "
to Task Force 140. The force, four destroyers and a fleet
.U.S. Marine Corps will providetwo oiler, will be deployed In the Mother been(fiercely the slightest): "There'snever trace Swap Jobs

specilly configured amphibious Pacific Ocean to provide at-sea of heredity In .
our familyr'White
tank retrievers with crews
capability there. ,
Caps.SixtyTwo At first It would appear that In a command position, established
two officers of two helicopter by NARTU as maximum
squadrons at the Naval Air Re- time as a commanding' officer.
Year Old Boatswain's Mate'ls'SelfDefense serve Training Unit decided to
trade 'dut1 s. The fact Is that
I they did, but for good reason. Cdr. Barnes, of ,Islamorada, ,
Fla., has two brothers In the
Instructor At Cecil FieldAt Cdr. Richard L. Barnes who service. One, a Major In.the Air

was Instrument flight Instructor Force, Is presently flying q

the age of 62 people are to work In San Francisco as a The father ot' two and grand- for NARTU's HS-741 relieved, B-5Ts In Viet Nam. ,The other' ,
suppose to sit on the front porch street car operator and a box- father of 11 says that judo Is LCdr. J.N. Tullno as Commanding 'a Lieutenant In" the Navy, Is
and'think about the days gone by, ing trainer. gaining In popularity In this coun Officer of HS-742. Lcdr. Tu- :currently .I.flight.instructor' .: In
but not so with Boatswain'sMate Dolmseth's Interest In boxing try. He started classes hero at line then relieved Cdr. Barnesas !erisacola.Lcdr.. .
First Class Clarence J. goes back to boyhood days In Cecil Field two weeks ago and Instrument flight Instructorfor -.." ,
Dolmseth.The Minnesota when he was roughed at present has six pupils attend HS-74L Tullno, of Palm Beach;
gray haired grandfatherwith up by a bunch of ,toughs, t It ing. Fla., and a graduate of the Uni': '
a second degree'judo black was after this episode' that'he The reason,behind. this' 'swapof verslty'of'' .Florida, .Is a project .
belt Is teaching sailors at CecilField decided It was time to learn to Cecil Field'Top ,Jobs' was that Lcdr. Tullno engineer for Pratt and Whitney
the manly art of self- defend himself. In the "20's" had completed his three year tour AIrcraft.MONEY .
defense.' boxing hit heyday. It was the CommunicationsCenter
.-Each Monday, Tuesday, and age when boxing became legal and
Wednesday night at 7 the boat- such flamboyant ,names as "Tiger In EastNow
swain's mate gathers his pupils Flowers," the "ChocolateKid" '. ,
in the gym for their lessons in and "Battling Lenlsky" there Is no place for the J
Judo. The last time Dolmseth were appearing In the ring. Cecil Field Communications ..3 S ,
competed In judo competition was Dolmseth's professional Center to go but down.It 4
In 1961 In Sasebo, Japan. Ing career netted him the was announced this month
"When you get slow you're too Hawaiian Welterweight title that this division made It to the
old for matches but you can still The boatswain's' his top of the rating pile for the number
practice," he said. "I like the first taste of judo In 1943 when of errorless messages sent sfi
sport and enjoy working with people he was working In San Quentin for all East Coast Communications
as an Instructor." Prison as a correctional offi- Centers that feed Into Nor-

When the boatswain's mate retires cer. While there he was a member -, folk.Cecil -
from the Navy In two of the prison's judo team. Field has six, errorsinover ,
years after 28 years of duty-he In 1943 he re-entered the Navy 2,100 messages sent duringthe
hopes to move to Oakland and open and stayed this time until the war month of June for an averageof
his own business in judo instruc- ended then he moved Into the re- .2 percent error per message.
serves. In 1949 he dame backto The overall average for the other ,
tion.Dolmseth started in the Navyin active duty, this time for 39 commands feeding In to Nor-
1922. He may have missedthe good. folk was 2.4 percent.
"Great White Fleet" by a Dolmseth defines judo as the The move Into first place
decade or so but he did serve his gentle ;art of self-defense. The marks the end of an uphill climb IN 1
first tour of duty aboard sub- origins of the sport go back to for Cecil Field's Communications
marines when the sub-surface the 1890's when the sport separated Center. Last December the 16OO
vessels only carried a crew from Its forerunner jui- center was In 17th place.By April 25 $
compliment of 31 men. Today jltsu they had moved Into fifth place. to

cur subs carry a complimentof OH YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE

from 80 up. COUPONROOSEVELT Cash for Just phone and tell us '
Before joining the Navy and any purpose.
how much want. Pick the cosh at
while In the Navy Dolmseth wasa you up your
proress onalbo er. After serv- MALLz convenience. service.
four hitch with the
ing a year
service Dolmsethgot out and went

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Agencies Support 40-ITear Retirees Five Honored Credit Can Be

Youth Job Drive J. Get Certificates

Federal agencies are support- Civilian, employes retiring With Top AwardFive Useful DangerousWe
ing President Johnson's Youth from the Department of the Navy

Opportunity Campaign by em- with more than 40 years o ,Federal career officials recently should know all the aspects of credit and how to use it.
ploying at least one extra sum- service to their credit received the 1965 President's A- Credit can be of great value if handled properly. It can also cause
mer trainee for every 100 regu- will receive a certificate signedby ward for Distinguished Federal serious trouble if used Incorrectly.
lar employees. the Secretary of the Navy Civilian Service and high praise As members of the service we have,8 special or preferred sta-
Agencies are expected to hireat instead of a letter. from President Johnson.The tus in our use of credit, since we enjoy a steady income and havea
least 25,000 extra summer The change was divulged in a annual award highest for reputation for paying our debts. A lender knows that he will have
'" trainees nationwide in jobs requiring report from the Consolidated Industrial career employees,was presentedat little trouble collecting. He knows that we are under regulations
no special skills. The Relations Office at the a White House rose garden which require us to meet cur just and legal obligations.
campaign is intended to provide U.S. Naval Station in Washington.The ceremony early in June. Before going out and purchasing goods on credit we should stop
summer jobs primarily for eco- certificate is 9 by 12 inches The President said the win- and define Its meaning. Credit is an individual's ability to obtain
monically or educationally dis- and has black and blue lettering ners had "quested after excellence goods services( or money on a promise to repay at a future date.It .
advantaged young people age 16- printed over a background an- and, in so doing, they implies that the user is reliable and trustworthy and that tie
chor. The "Certificateof
2L Retirement"wording is embossed.The have enriched and expanded the merchant or tending agency expects repayment usually with in-
sum of human knowledge and human terest within a specified time.
lJ1RJ gPlWiten1nnV. Department of the Navy seal, capability" Credit Is a valuable asset but if used unwisely It can also be
also in gold, is in the bottom
Award winners Howard C.
left corner. The certificate is the source of financial hardship and personal embarrassment. Cre-
Grieves, assistantdlrector dit Is too often a means of easy money without understanding:
printed on parch
Ck4rwt ment.If sus Bureau; Homer E. Newell, that it can also be a source of sorrow for the user. This can be
associate administrator National proven in many bankruptcy courts. Don't let It be said about you
SEE PAGE 16 AND you desire to labor for the Aeronautics and Space "lie is a bad credit risk"
YOU'LL KNOW WHYI! good of the world, it will be unwise Administration; Frank B. Row- Financial trouble in the services can be avoided if its members
for you to strive to includeit lett, special assistant to the director consider their overall financial status, and seek advice before making -
RIVERSIDECHEVROLET all at once, in your efforts.If National Security Agency; commitments.
can help elevate or teach Clyde A.Tolson, associate director -
you First of all, we should prepare a budget for ourselves and plan-
but one soul--that is a good FederalBureau of Investigation -
ned expenditures must ,be carefully considered before any other
beginning and more than is given Department of Justice; and obligation is assumed. Living within, our means should become a
CEDAR HILLS Philip H. Trezise, Assistant -
to many. Deputy habit., The point is, that it is our responsibility'to avoid incurring
Temple Artisan Secretary State. debts unless, he has the capability to meet required payments on>
I I The greatest single cause of financial difficulty is failure to
have a savings account which Is available for unexpected expenses.
Financial counselors advise clients to maintain a savings account
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Credit can be like fire. It can be most useful when used wisely,
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I "lfY AsitUs' September Means School.... I

Last Friday marked the 23rd this way I can serve my country -
anniversary of the WAVES, and as well as humanity.Jo What You Should Know About DrivingEditor's

as women voluntarily enlist in Ann Files, SA I feel as

the Navy, one question they are though I am In ( Note--This Is the work. With so many children on lack experience which tells them

frequently asked is," "Why did a small way I second In a series of five the streets early in the morning, automatically what to do In an

you join the WAVES? serving my ,,,F articles taken from the National the motorist has to be more alert.] unexpected situation.

Ruth Landau country. Besides r Safety Council Em- Most of the youngsters have The Council offers these sug-
When I
joined the WAVES had wearing ployee Publications News- been told how to get to school gestions for those driving during
this uniform letter.) safely. But kids being kids don't die school yeanRemember
only been pan l gives me 4 i remember the that school
right yards
of the Navy for fj Soon 48,000,000 children a- always wayto
several ." 't1 feeling of pride cross the country will be head- do things, the National Safety empty all summer, are now fill-
and the U.S.years was : {"; 1 deep down. Ing for school at the same time Council says.Yoonger Ing with shouting, racing children -
;;t J that motorists are going to children especially who do not always watch
at war. I en- "' -i, \,, Kathy Aulwurn YNSA, -I joined where they are going. Be pre-
listed to serve 0 } the
WAVES to -
gain more experience
1 pared for a child to dash sud-

my Laurt country.Per- 1.' LANDAU, 1 I training in and the New Books Offered By Library denly Be Into ready the for street.the unexpected

rault, SK3 I business and
whenever see a group of
joined because I wanted to secretarial filedas THE GREEN BERETS by Robin Collins and D. Lapierre. Here children near you the street.

further my education, travel a yeoman. Moore. The Green Berets is Is the all but unbelievable storyof
Give yourself an even -
and have the opportunity ,-.,..-.- 0 ...... Even in the few fiction that penetrates, like a bullet the circumstances that saved for in greater
margin safety rainy
to meet )' ','1 short weeks that a behind the Southeast Asia Paris from Hitler's vengeful or winter weather when streetsare

many different l ,o.' ,. rve been here I story today It is like the war it death sentence In April 1944- slick.

types of people.] ,- \ 1 feel that I have AULWURM describes, explosive, challenging Great research was done to Always keep car in top

USAFI has help- ,' .-.'- ,0 1} learned quite a bit about my frightening, shocking. The recreate the historical events mechanical condition.your Be sure

ed with my education ">" job. Travel and meeting dif- author not only fought In the jun- surrounding the liberation ofPa- It will respond as it should for

and rye I ferent people also influenced my gles of Vietnam but lie returned ris from die Nazis. safe operation.One .

certainly met a decision to enlist. determined to share his tales of

of PERRAULT the U.S. Special Forces the little]
lot people. I ,
********* of the girls In the senior
haven't traveled as much as I known, true-life heroes whohave class had received an
would have liked, but you can't BilL-t1 PROOF ,, made their jaunty green barets a AMERICAN ROULETTE byD. ment ring the night before but
have everything. distinctive badge of courage the Young. A history of the American
dd to her ,chagrin no one at high
world over.RAMAGE. Vice which examines
Presidency in
school noticed it. Finally
Linda Norfolk CYN3 This the 38 men who have held this
****..*** the afternoon when her friends
question Is hard to answer.but almost powerless position and attacks around talking, she -
were sitting
the best answer '1 by Dudley Pope. the problems of Vice-Pre
stood ,
I can give is thatI ; f ;:- ft'I'M Young Lieutenant Ramage of the sidential reform. hot here up," she announced. "I
wanted to meet ) British Navy in the early 1800's "
think ru take off ring.
all types of peo- =:t Is the personable hero of arousing my
ple and you can ;-.u; > sea adventure off the coast

certainly do that [' : 0 of (Italy Having the command ofa The following Is a partial list GREEN COVE

in the Navy. Also ,,, ', sinking ship thrus ton him after of other new books In die library:
I wanted to go to u 1 1n all the senior officers are killedIn Non-Fiction:

different pans NORFOLKof battle, Ramage ]leaves the ship Traveling With Your Camera byJ. SPRINGS

the country which I have done. knowing that he will face court- Nettis 5 ON MOODY LAKE +
Since I have been In the service martial for his action, and muchof The Future Of Min by P. T. de-

I have received a lot of practi- the story hangs on the court- Chard
New home, 1716sq.ft.
cal work experience: that will be 4 martial that Is complicated by avow To Make Better Grades by including 2 car garage,

helpful to me when I get out. : accusation of cowardice. J. A. Rickard 3 bedroom.,2til.bath.,
The Churchill Wit by B. Adler
****** brick front
*** one acre
Lee J. Trojan SN I joined My Shadow RanFastbyBIUSands
ground, corner lot, now
the WAVES to NIGHT OF CAMP DAVID by Dearest Debbie by Dale Evans both
AcoS paving streets on
continue my education F. KnebeL Jim McVeagh the Rogers sides, deep well, large

in the ) first-term senator from Iowa, Fiction: trees, low taxes,$18,600
medical profes .4 Is invited to a 2 a.m. meetingwith The Man Who Sold Death by J. 89.00 per month. Will .

sion. In the near ; the President at Camp David. Munro trade.
future I intend to t s H 1 tJOf2ey AflG-E,BUr This is a scary, we're-aU-ln-- Fruit Of The Poppty by R.Wilder

apply for the Ofi i WITHOUT, A COSTUME: trouble political thriller set in May You Die In Ireland by M.
ficers' Nursing YOU CAN'T COME I IN* u,1 Washington and as up-to-the- Kenyon
Program and In TROJAN minute as tomorrow's headlines. The Whispering Cannon by N.


Edward S. Twardy Is NATTC IS PARIS BURNING? by L. Best by I.Sports Marsh Stories 1965. ed.

I Grandma may have worked Two women were preparing to 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths,

the harder as a housewife, but shenever board the airliner. One of them large rooms, kitchen
Of MonthEdward built-in, shady lots, lake
Serviceman had to clean out the swim- turned to the pilot and said, "Now $100
front priviledges,
ming pool, mix a Martini, or get please don't travel faster than
down and move in, several -
the power mower started. sound. We want to talk.
has in part 5.. In addition to hard models chose
S. Twardy, AE], Banking Sunshine Mag.
and hours of study 'from
been selected as the Naval Air work long
Technical Training Center's"Serviceman required to maintain a consist-

of the Month" for ently high scholastic average In

June. this school Twardy voluntarily CECIL FIELD

Twardy, who has been a student accepted the added responsibility
member of the
at NATTC AE"B" School of becoming a
Jaxon Lancers Drill Team." 2 Bedrooms, unfurnished
presented a
since January, was
of his off-duty air conditioned, duplex
letter commendation that reads He devoted many
hours to improving doe performance water 'furnished,

of the team, and through initiative $75.00 month.SEVERAL .

became a fully qualified

rySi Drill Master, the letter said. '.
Si :; .. ,
contribution to !
.Twardy's ,.
the excellent performance of the *! yr NICE HOMES

Jaxon Lancers in the team's goalof FOR RENT IN JAX NAS
furthering good relations with
surrounding communities, and in

presenting the Navy story has z 4p
been of outstanding value. It is SAVE $300 A YR. ON OUR

rslze for these resons that Twardyhasbeen Lease/Option-to-buy plan
selected for"Serviceman of

the Month. -r'
In addition to the letter of
LI. CMDR Margaret F. Neely, NC USN at Cecil l Field, receivesa
commendation, Twardy also received letter of commendation from Capt. C. J. Brown senior medicalofficer 1612 Robinette Dr.
6 a $50. U.S. Savings Bond, at Cecil Field for her outstanding performance while at the

and a free trip to St. Augustine dispensary Miss Neely leaves here for the Naval Hospital at PHONE 2646491I
/or himself and his family. Great lakes
Edward S. Twardy

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NAMTG Expands Into Bigger ScoI With Addition Of New Wing

.. .
'".tr, At Cecil Field's;', ""Little Red All Branches Of Service Then a complete course In maintenance [nWLu

.. School House" -the Naval Air! In the same year the 40 Instructors which takes 14 days. Fin-
: : ,; I Ii ?Maintenance Training Group at the Cecil Field detachments ,, ., ally a five day course In the main IJt't ?
first tenance phases of the 3M Sys-
Building underwent schooled over 3,500, ','" '
In size last students came tem. ,
phase of doubling students. These I I1
\ ,
\ When the student returns to hil ____
from the Army, Air Force, Marine -
week.Monday )-1 1r, : ." his parent outfit he has studied '
ground was brokenbe- Corps, the Navy\ and foreign ',:'':-r\: \ :. '
all the phases of the
(for addition air-
hind the building an armed services.For .
i:: tr 5t; I that will provide housing for the craft maintenance from paper
__ maintenance courses In the new the non airdale the course work to the actual doing of the
I .__ at NAMTG Is bewildering. jobs.
A-7A jet aircraft. The buildingIs : .
I scheduled to be completed In These courses might even .. The five detachments at Cecil b* 4 _
March of next year, the A-7 will be confused for those a college Field have varying histories. At :
arrive at a later date. graduate student would take. Both one time these detachments were _
The five NAMTG detachments officers and enlisted men are mobile and traveled around the _
I Field. The world Naval Air r
schooled at Cecil to
_______ based here are part of a net
the A-4 r their Instruction. But
work of 72 Air Maintenance Detachments Instruction here is In doing now
In the U.S. and over- Skyhawk and F-8 Crusader jet the wheels have been taken out. fIL AfL _

seas with headquarters In Memphis and recently courses In the "3MSystem" All new courses and changes : _

.1 Tenn. Last rear NAMTG were added.. come from NAMTG Headquarters GOOD INSTRUCTION, PROPER EQUIPMENT, and Classroom interest leads to student success at
t nearly nine million students When a sailor arrives at of.the F-8 engine.,
.. put where Captain G. T. Max- NAMTG.Thes. stud.nts are studying a mock-up
from his
NAMTG he Is turned
Its various
through courses.
well Is the officer In
CAPT.. S. VWIGHT\ station commanding officer gets the ,first At Cecil Field, and also NAS .I..J.... ____..1n.. ---= ,- ...... "
Ihovel of dirt at NAMTG ground breaking ceremonies Monday.
J Jax, Lieutenant Commander J. 14./

'R. Bond Is the officer In charge. ;j ________
Detachments At Jax

ROBERTS CHEVROLET ? N4NV G Gnormal At J Jax there are detachments
Instructing In propellar driven
aircraft, missile systems. Nuclear
OLDSMOBILEGreen Biological and Chemical l

Cove Springs FloridaPH. warfare and Ground Support ____
Navy job into a full time West Coast. Most; jet squadronstry Equipment. BEST BUYS:

284-3033 J JAX 264-9600 learner'', to get all their: men toNAMTG
each year schooling and!training For many of the 40 Instructorsat

Just 15 5 Miles South of HAS, on Highway 17.7.WE An Eight Hour Day in their plane's' systems. Cecil Field this Is a second SAN JUAN LOT *
and third tour of duty as a tea OFF ROOSEVELTSPECIAL
SPECIALIZE IN DEALING WITH r. Classes at the school run for
NAMTG Instructor -
39 Hours I.In., ClassroomThe cher. Being an
SERVICEMEN AND eight hours a day and there is r-
WE WILL SAVE YOU Is a normal tour of shore
no time out for monkey business average Navy aviation machinist
hand pickedfor
JEEP BIG $$ $ specializing In jets duty. The men are
LANDROVER according to the Instructors. mate this job and undergo two ,
These "professors" of Navy Air will get .39 days schoolingper months of Instructor training at
say that they are in the classroom year. A typical program In Memphis before they step [forward '- = MILITARY FINANCING
-- to Instruct for hours and the A-4 maintenance would run as
,, eight In the classroom as a tea- LCDR J. R. BOND, OINC at
JACKSONVILLE pupils had better be there to learn follows: A basic familiarization -
MAIt"SMHtte ,(I A cher. More than half the instruc- NAMTG Detachments at Jax:
for the same amount of time. course for five days. aixlallcomefromthe and Cecil, catches on his
( chiefs up
/ :: /j 1 1j In the aircraft's enginesand tors are
Courses vary In length, some course work.
:/ 1 aviation rates. paper
are as short as two days while systems_that takes 15 days. -- -....II "' _- -'.

Home D. M. SLOAN, AMEC checks& out the surfaces controls of the F-8 others go as long as 20. These !; f4- I
4. Crusader system.Courses courses do not cover the same' 64 FAIRLANE. . .. .$$1595 63 MONZA.$1495, $
subject matter that a sailor g gets 2 dr., 6 cyl., 5.5., R&H. 2 dr., 4 speed trans., R&H.
In Navy Class "A" or "C""
Schools but Instead into complex -
Of Instruction Planned go . ... .$$1995
63 FORD.
Individual component sys 64 CORVAIR. .... .$$1295 .
Long Before Aircraft ArrivesPhasing tems. ==- 2 dr., standard shift, R&H. | 500 X-L 2 dr., hardtop, 8 cyl
auto/trans./ R&H, power

a new aircraft Into Navy use Is a long and complex job. It Takes 62 To Pass steer.
At NAMTG the planning for maintenance courses In the 64 FORD . ... .$$1995
new A-7A All students are graded for 63THUNDERBIRD.......$$2595
jet aircraft Is being done well In advance of the actual their Galaxie 500, 4 dr., sedan,
work and must attain atleast =
After the landau, 'full including
Instructors for these courses have been steer. power
selected they a 62 percent average to 8 cyl., R&H power ?
are sent to the factory where the aircraft is being manufactured. air cond.
satisfactorily complete a course.
llI1H" There they are trained by the company's staff and the Instruction The average NAMTG grade Is 86
equipment Is built the
From the factory by the manufacturer.future percent. The school's' instruc- 64 IMPALA .... .$$2295 63 CHEVY. ..... $$1595
LjLLi'U: Memphis for more training. Instructors go to headquarters In tors consider a 96 percent as an ; z 2 dr., hardtop, 8 cyl., auto// 4 dr., sedan, 8 cyl., auto.

SPECIAL Like a ship, the Instructors also go through a "shakedown. The custandlng mark;fewstudents attain trans., R&H, power steering. trans., R&H, power steer.
testing comes at Pax River. The Instructors this average.Students //v5
; FINANCING ability to teach the new courses. are tested for their come to Cecil Field 63 PLYMOUTH . ...$$1995
Eventually, as the A-7A is from all over the East Coast. 8 auto//
phased Into use, the Instruction 64 FALCON.$1695$ 4 dr., cyl.
WHY gram at NAMTG will reach the present A-4 proportions.HAVEYOURECEIVEDYOUR. pro- Cecil on Is this the only coast Naval to offer Installation Instruction -- -- --- ___ 4 dr.,6 cyl.,auto/trans./ ,R&H, trans., R&H, power steer.,air

: NAVY in the F-8 and A-4 AFTER CLASSESthereistimefora HERLONG Apartments like new. cond.
aircraft. There are Marine coffee break& and to do some =

R RENT PERSONNEL! training detachments at MCAS catching up on publications in

? $$5.. CASH GIFT FROM us? Cherry for Leatherneck Point and aviation MCAS Beaufort school the For teacher'slounge many of' the 40 0tNAMTG.instructors ***OVER 50 OF THEM ***

ii ing. There Is a similar Navy this is repeat duty. As one explained ....AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM !
WHEN YOU'RE' TRANSFERRED TAKE During our expansion and Marine Corps set-up on the "Once you have an in- from S6900
GIFT program we are giving a $$5. CASH structor job code number in
YOUR MOBILE HOME WITH YOU. to our customers. Come in and get the details for your record it's' hard to get

BIG SELECTION 10 Ft. & 12 Ft. WIDESI' receiving your $$5. CASH GIFT. CHURCH OF CHRIST away from teaching. Fenced Yard Wafer Sewig helided :

Offer good only for the month of Sept. 1965 JUST OFF NEAR TIMUQUANA NAS The car stopped at the border. KITCHEN Equipped DUVAL
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custom official
I I (
SUNDAYS: Passport and found everything In
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5887 Roosevelt Blvd_ LIVING AREA One day laundry, cleaning and dry fold WEDNESDAYS: bent out of the car and] mi 4538 SAN JUAN AVE. EV 44536r --

at no extra charge. (across railroad from service 7:30: P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE' whispered to the official "If H. Doyoi Owier. P Phois> 781-3373
HAS) CHURCH PHONE SP 1-3073' you can prove that she Isn't' Til !:! :
, -MINISTER PHONE SP 1-2646 give you $$100." .._ :




I Year Around Variety Offered By MAS Women's Side

Jacksonville Recreation DivisionIt

has often been said that insuring that it is in good operating In Bldg. 704 has on hand for Of the Story
variety is the spice of life, and condition. checkout, salt or fresh water
this Is found to be true with the To insure that gear Is avail fishing equipment,shotguns,high B/Shlrl Conoughton
NAS Jax Recreation Division. able for use at all times the Rec- powered and 22 rim fire rifles,
The division exists for thepleasure reation Division employs a full camping equipment as needed,
and enjoyment of the time maintenance man. E. W. back packs, golf clubs, tennis, "The Beauty Part"The
personnel who are stationed at Enrmlnger is in charge of proper squash and handball needs,water
NAS Sax, providing a wide varietyof recording procedures as well as ski's and disc Softball equipment, hair fashion look this fall
sports and recreational facili overhauling and repairing fishIng basketballs, footballs, volley- will feature"heNamralAmeri-
ties. But all of these facilities hunting, camping, and other balls and nets, horseshoes, and r can" soft, soft style with wave
and equipment would be of no avail equipment In need of repairs. even bicycles for on station use. i movement and the appearance of
without the proper gear and The Gear Issue Room, located Also available are two camping longer hair,and fuller curls at the
-- -- --.... - trailers of the tent type with two ends. This Is a combination of
foam rubber mattresses. Blankets the look of Suzy Parker and
and other gear may be checked the Flip.
CENTRAL out separately.This "The Asymmetric" with all
MOTORSTHE equipment Is furnished 1 +r the sophistication of 1965 is the
and maintained by the Recreation +4; r to-onc-slde hair-do brushed low
SERVICEMAN'S'DEALER Division and may be checked out across the brow to blend Into
for seventy-two hour periods I E gentle waves.
THE-BEST USED CAR BUYS IN JAX from the Gear Issue Room. Gear The Face of Fall Is without

MAKE US PROVE IT! can be obtained Monday through a doubt a beautiful one It is
Fridays from 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. to be called the International
For futher Information call 8793 '
Look. Mid-September will pre-
during normal working hours. sent the debut of this conceptof

LOOK AT THE REST..BUT beauty, featuring bold lipstick,
definite face make-up, and vivid
BUY ONLY FROM THE BEST FRA Branch 91 eye color. Estee Lauder lips! will

CENTRAL MOTORS To Send Reps To be frosted prominent lip gloss In,pure while color Elizabeth with

Clean Used Cars 771-0297 Arden will emphasize the Ups
Call 771-4545 or
S.E. ConventionThe with bright new colors.

l l ll nl August meeting of Branch Notes Of InterestPlease I
91, Fleet Reserve Association
off leave ? has been rescheduled for 8 p.m., call 781-0968, Shirl J JAX NAS
Taking on Aug. 12.The Conaughton to place news itemsIn
the Notes of Interest column LCdr. and Mrs. E.G. Huber
change has been made because If possible[ call in the evenings. have established the Ortega
of the conflict with the All news of Interest Is needed. Babysitting Agency. Mrs. Huber

Southeast Regional Caucus being CECIL FIELD states that she has realized a
held Aug. 5-7 at the San Carlos long-held dream, and that she
Hotel In Pensacola, Fla., according Welcome Aboard to LCdr. and enjoys every minute of her new
to branch president, ,Cecil Mrs. Edward Martin and their enterprise. LCdr. Huber Is Administration -
Stewart. three children; Michele, 3years; Officer of VR-74L .
Beau, 4 years and Peter, 22 The Hubers are well qualified
Branch 91 delegates will attend months. for this type of work, being the
the caucus along with delegates On Friday, July 27th Major proud parents of Karen, 6;
from some 53 other branches R.H. Searle took command of the Laurie, 4 and Hap, 21,months.
representing sevensoutheastern temporary officerInchargesince Last Friday Cdr. and Mrs.Don
states, Bermuda, Virgin Islands, Major B.L, Magness departed Wuethrlch gave a patio dinner
Canal Zone, Italy, Cuba, Puerto for Washington. party in their Venitla home
Rico, Morocco, the Azores and VFP-62 will hold an All Hands honoring Cdr. and Mrs. LJ.John-
Spain. party complete with GO-GO son. Cdr. Johnson has received
girls at the Happy Hour Club orders to Brunswick Maine,
The will
Go with an al Vice caucus President,elect conduct a Region other- today, and tomorrow the men of leaving his present duty with
regional business and the squadron will present an VP-30. Tomorrow evening Cdr
HFC TraveloanNo matters that will be discussed at Open House Family Day programfor and Mrs. George Denmark will
their dependants. Static displays -
the FRA's 39th National entertain with a farewell dinner
tion scheduled at the Deauvllle and aircraft In flight will party for the Johnsons. One of
matter how you travel, an HFC Hotel l, Miami Beach Sept. 12-18. provide the entertainment for the Mrs. Denmark's culinary
day. This Saturday, August 7th,
specialties, barbecued chicken
and relax
Traveloan can help you rest on
VFP-62 officers and
All members are urged to their wives casserole, will be served to the
your leave. Household will provide moneyto attend the August 12 meeting fora will attend a pool party at the ,guests.
ORF, honoring the photo detach-
cover every cost:transportation,lodging, report on the caucus. Other
Interested and Marine ment, which leaves In August.
clothing, and equipment-even a cash reserve TOPICS
Corps personnel are also invited Officers Wives VF-174 attended -
for meeting unexpected expenses. to attend the meeting. a farewell luncheon August "Dip and Dance" for teenagers
4 for Tuesday from 7 P.M. to 11
Mrs. Wylie Scott, Mrs.R. every
when Do
Repay conveniently you Regular monthly meetings for H. Brown and Mrs. J.W.Tay- P.M. at the CPO Pool Cokes
what more than 150,000 servicemen do members of Branch 91 begin at lor. The Yum-Yum House in and Hamburgers available at the
every year. Borrow confidently from HFC 8 p.m. on the first Thursday of Orange Park was chosen by the Snack Bar. August 10th a lively
each month at the meeting hall, hostesses Mrs. R. C. James and Go-Go Band will provide the
-Household Finance. 8554 Roosevelt Blvd. Mrs. R. J. Lehman. music. C.P.O. Wives Club Members -
sponsor this activity with
Mrs. W. F.Dudslk and Mrs.Jerry
Borrow up to $600
Sternberg as chairmen.
Take up to 24 months to repayAsk I

about credit life insurance on loansat




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5, 1 1965.

I Movies Club Schedules .

; SSSWANMN ,. .4tWfMA'NAWM's ..
:}ir; s' :n;:::y;k'r :'iY'i.i}+'vk; :}}
-- -
lovies will be shown regular-

at 7 p.m.. }Monday through "O1 CLUB Music this Sat- get two pizzas for the price of
jfday. NATTC will have two urday will be provided by Johnny one The Phil Cay Band will y1 s

[cure times, 2 p.m. and 7p.m., Jelinek. Monday Is Steak Cook- play dance music Sunday night
Saturdays and Sundays. The out Night on the patio, and for from 8 to 12. Wednesday Is Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,

spital will have one feature on the gourmet Tuesday is foreign "Happy Hour" from 5 p.m. to 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not

(nday at 7 p.m. dish night. During the summera 6 p.m. later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.Ads .
[All evening movies at Cecil Patio Band! will be featured arriving too late for this deadline will be published the

eld begin at 7 p.m. Theses every Wednesday following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.A .
s subject to change. CPO CLUB .The Chiefs Club check or money order for the full cost of the ad must be
which has been open for regular received WITH the copy for the ad.

business in Bldg. 593 will have DO NOT SEND CASH
Thursday, August their Grand Opening this Friday there's only one RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . "' . .$2.00
night and there will be Per additional line ((4 words per line}. . 0.50
life enter-
IAS Dr. Terror's House of to get wwhen
tainment. way
Saturday dancing will
Horror Peter Chushlng,
I Chris Lee be to the Mark Castle Combo. thoR !' -. ssssssess -
ACEY DUCEY- Dance music
ATTC Young Fury Rory
I Calhoun, Virginia Mayo this Friday and Sunday will be SKI NICKS
Real Estate Information on
provided by the Mark Castle : RETIREMENT SPECIAL-
Invitation to a Gun-
ospital- Yul Brynner,Brad Dexter Cobo with Phil Cay and the meet the sales purchases,equities, rent- rear Cecil Field, new duplex air
fight Chantels on Saturday. Game als or FHA VA homes. Call conditioned one side furnished,
tecil field Lost World of Night every Sunday afternoonand Walter T. Bowen USN Rtd. pays the mortgage,.low, lowdown
cast Tuesday evening.BLUEJACKETS Charter Real Estate Co. 387- payment or will trade for anythingthat
Sinbad Japanese
INN. Carl k 6511 or 387-2851 at night. don't eat. Call BILL DON-
Boyd and the Rhythm Kings will PRANKlEAVALpHi NELL 264-649L

Friday, August 6 provide the entertainment on i iiii'uEBoifiWALLJEY'

Thursday and Sunday with Phil
'AS Behold a Pale Horse HOMES SALE RENT *,
Cay and the Chantels playing 4 ORANGE PARK 33 Judson Cir,
Gregory Peck, Anthony Quinn Some no dn, Many $0 $100
favorite tunes on Flrday. Saturday's (urn Apt Water frt, prvs. nr.
'Ane Dr. Terror's House y- Hear LESUY dn. No closing costs. New
band will be March Wilson BORE and WAS phone 2649632.
Peter All
of Horror Cushing, homes theX-TRAS.Family 4FHA'
Chris Lee and the Redcoats. Game Nightis R, IAMISIEU / Rm, Fenced yd., built-in RIo "-

[Hospital Young Fury Rory every Wednesday. You name It. TMMERMAN!
I Calhoun, Virginia Mayo use NOTES,318 North Ocean PITY, BRKR 771-2792 and VA HOMES $100' DOWN
[Cecil Field .. m Take Sweden- Street Special events at the 771-186L WILLIAM N. HARMON JR.

Bob Hope, Tuesday Weld USO this coming week Includea BROKER .384- 321 .
Dogs Day Hop on Friday. Sat-
urday wUl be USS Churchill Coon-
ACK Black Min. Poodle
Saturday August 7 Night. Vespers and refresh-
ty Male 2 yrs. old. $70. Call P
ments this Sunday will be at the CAREER OPPORTUNITYWe
NAS Taggert Tony Young, 388-7676 or 771-7265 after
Dan Duryea South Jacksonville PresbyterianChurch. 6 P.M. have an opening for a man
Monday there's fun for who desires professional sales
NATTC Behold a Pale Horse -
Gregory Peck Anthony Quinn everyone starting a 8 p.m witha work, but to date has had neither

Hospital Dr. Terror's House Bunco Party and a Juke Box time nor means equip him-

of Horror Peter Cushing, Hop at,9 p.m. Would like ride or will consider self for such.Applicants. .

Chris Lee taking a rider from the Beach "must be between the
: "' of 251 find' 45 and the man
the Jacksonville Naval ages
Cecil field InVltatlbh to a Gunfight beginning area to
Yul Brynner Brad Dex- CLUB -Tonights game night Air Station and return. Working selected_ vlll. be given complete
at 8. Also tonight
ter any hours 8-4:30, Mondays through training to equip him for a suc-
dinner Is at half price between
cessful and remunerative
Fridays. Call extension 434. career.
6 and 8 p.m. Friday music for PftHECOLOR / When writing give date of birth,
Sunday, August 8 dancing will be provided by the marital status, type of previous
Mel Gaden Band from 8:30 to
education and
employment, approximately -
what a Way To Go -
Shirley MacLaine, Robert- 12:30. Saturday night you can FOR SALE 3 BR home, closeto salary required. Also -

Mitchum NAS $100 down, $50 month. list address and phone num-

NATTC Taggert Tony Young, FLORIDA STATE THEATRES Call Art Powell USN RET, 264- ber where you may be reached.
Dan DuryeaHospital 6144 with Powell Realty, BKR. Apply Bo)( 218, WestBay Annex.

Behold a Pale Horse- STOPAT / ased on the Jacksonville Florida.

Gregory Peck, Anthony Quinn blisteringbestseller

Cecil Field Young Fury Rory THIS SIGN HOMES FOR SALE OR RENT j' .

Calhoun Virginia Mayo I YOUR CHOICE Select 2,3,4jbed- FURN APT: Sep.. rms. $11.50-

room homes. $100 down no $15.50 wI<. Bargain, clean 354-
Harlow. closing costs. Fast move-In. 4903.

Monday, August 9 .\ the girl DUKE LOSTUMBO, Broker 771-

NAS Masquerade Cliff Robertson who 0374.

Jack Hawkins couldn'ttaste
a Way To Go -
Shirley MacLaine RobertMlt- \ .,, t life- HOMES custom built, 3BR, 2

chum "Mtl nUi\t\\ \.. !t (. ,she had toy $700 DOWN. House payment $86. B, pan. den, $21,500. FHA $I,
Hospital TaggertTony Young, ta ,\ : ( devour. it! 50 3 BR, 2 B, all brick, all 500. dn. VIRGINIA BELL 264-
Dan Duryea 41lty J.\ '. t.. NUI' .:.., elec., carpets, drapes, air cond., 9808 or 356-2462.
Cecil r. 'i,, <: water & well lrg shady
Field Dr.Terror's House \. ; : pump
of Horror Peter \. '. ,:.,:.. lot. equipt kt, 5608 EnchantedDr.
CUshing, :. '' .
Chris Lee <'. 7713186.
,'t NORMANDY 6727 Cherbourg N.
'. ;\. :-.:,'"' ':"\..'" 3BR, 2B, built-in R/O, nr elm.
Tuesday, August 10NAS .' .. r37j & jr. high schools, conv. toCecil
O :: \;: HOUSE FOR SALE 4 BR, 2 BA, Field and NAS JAX. FHA appraisal -
Born 11 ... .
to Speed Johnny .,. ":" ''
Sands 2 COMPLETE ll "" 1j: $ < Modern! brick In finer San Jose $12,800. Refinance or buy

NATTC Terry- Austin Cliff 18 HOLE COURSES l' _; J section, near school, extra BR, equity assume 4 3/4%/ mortgage,
Masquerade -
: ::1':::: :;. BA, & kitchenette for In-laws or 7810870.
Robertson Jack Hawkins dom excellent value
help at $32,
bspltal What a Way To Go PUTT PUTT ...L"'Y' 500 call 268-6217.
Shirley MacLaine RobertMIt- ...... .
chum : .... .,'" ........ ORANGE PARK SPACIOUS 3
:ecll BDRM, 2 bth, brick Terrazzo
Behold a Pale GOLF firs, A/C friendly neighborhood,

HorseGregory Quinn Anthony CARROll FOR SALE 1960 BUICK Le- must see to appreciate, $16,500.

4825 Blanding Blvd.; Sabre HIT blk, 1 owner, full small equity call 2646629.

pwr, Fac A/C R&H, have orders -
Wednesday, August 11 BAKERHARLOW must sell quick. Cmdr.
PHONE 771-2803 FOR SALE M-3 LEICA 35 mm
;AS Ride The Wild Surf Gower NAS JAX ext. 743/306. Camera, like new condition.

Fabian, Shelley Fabares PARTIES ARRANGEDOPEN N $200.00 call Daniel Artman at

ATTC Born ToSpeed-Johnny Weekdays 771-9790 after 7:00 P.M.
9 am 12
Terry Austin FURN GAR APT 5 MIN NAS-

''ospltal Masquerade Cliff 1 pm 12 mid. Sundays"America's V COLORFLORIDA / adj. $60. A/C, COLOR TV Reg. 64900.. Take

Robertson Jack Hawkins util, Incl. Ideal for single adult up payments. Balance 475.00.
ecll field Taggert -_ Tony Fun Sport" phone 3846288. Phone 3889343.Lr .
Young, Dan Duryea




,' residuals 'failed to tile a
; >
:. J} ,:; :\.: < l : .', :\ > claim with the VA. If these per-
!: ;tf\, t\ h' sonnel can now establish a serv-
\? '
< # J .1' :' ;;.-.
: ." ':, ;'' "foft.: .;, ,: : ice connection through the VA
: "
',. '": '"' .f,:,', r.:/ .,';; '/ JAX MARINES they might be able to qualify for

/ this type Insurance.

'. ; T
Veterans Interested In secur-
.' ;>A1 _
., >> ing the new Insurance, who have
< By GySgt. Joel Ferguson never filed a claim for service
,< ,j, :-
D. HAS Ext. 400TWO connection with the VA, should
,". complete a VA claim for com-
.. ", Career and later won the 10th Virginia pensation and forward It with

District American Legion their disabilities are rated as

SSgt. William B. Leonard, championship. Leonard also recently less than 10 percent disabling.

flamethrower operator at Guam won the 1st flight divisionof The Veterans Administration

and ,Iwo Jima,during World War NAS Jacksonville's Annual no way notifying these veterans

II, battle casualty at, the Chosln Military Golf Championship for of their potential eligibility due

\S: \1 Reservoir In,Korea, and top Ma- active duty personnel. to lack of current addresses.The .

rine Corps athlete, retired last Prior to retirement, Leonard*
week after 20 new Insurance being offered -
years Corps service was Asst. Supply Chief for the

Marine Aviation Detachment compares favorably to

Between wars and conflicts, here. With his career In the Marine comparable Insurance offered by

Leonard played on championship Corps over, Leonard will commercial Insurance com

athletic teams throughout the be employeed by the Roosevelt panies. Premium rates are sub-

Navy and Marine Corps. He wasa Hotel In Jacksonville. stantially lower than commercialrates

member a winning football even for the seriously disabled -
Leonard, his wife Ann and
team a Qua dco'Va.; played for their childred, Michael 10, who are forced to pay
one of the Navy's top baseball higher rates because Impaired(
Jonny 5, and Navy 4, live at
teams at Great Lakes, and, wasa insurability.
7193 Eudine Dr. North In Jack
member of a championship
DECADES SSgt.William B.Leonard,'right, accepts his twenty basketball team Camp Lejeune, sonville. Marines who believe that they
year retirement certificate from LtCol. John W. Sullivan, Aviation fall Into one of the aforemen-
Detachment CO. SSgt. Leonard served in two wars and became Number One tioned categories. should applyto
Leonard began to
one of the Corps' top athletes. See story this column. SSgt. play golf Sgt. Norman R. Brunette received their local VA representativefor
12 after returning from
years ago
a meritorious mast last further information.
Korea. Since then he has won
week for finishing number one
more than trophies In
| In a class of ten students attending Generals .
Major ,
_ltilef Marina at various Navy and Marine Corps the six-month AviationElectrician's
posts and stations.He President Johnson last Fri
Mate School, Class
AND BOATYARD was 3rd I force Service "B" Advance Course. LtCoL day nominated four Marine Corps

l Regiment 'golf,champ In Okinawa brigadier generals for promotionto
MERCURY SALES & SERVICEBOATSMOTORSTRAILERS John W. Sullivan Aviation Detachment major general. The nomina-

CO, cited Sgt. Brunettefor
tions must now be approved by
displaying exceptional Initia
the Senate. based
They were on
Wet &' Dry Storage Marine Ways tive, motivation and a sincere
ANYONE the report of a Marine"Corps
Brad Bradfield owner & operator USN/RET desire to learn.
GUARANTEED GOOD USED selection board headed by Lieu-

U.S. HIGHWAY 17 SOUTH CARS WITH $30. DOWN "Y devotion to duty duringthe tenant General Frederick Wiese-
twenty-sevenweekscnoolwas man.The
will be effected
promotions -
enabled you to maintain an envi-
Sunshine'STATE able as vacancies.occur.
scholastic average, said
MOTORS LtCoL Sullivan. "The achieve- Selected: for promotion are

;t LOCATIONS ment Is even more noteworthy In Brigadier Generals:
Wood B. Kyle, Deputy Chief of
/bBb2- 2253, BLANDING BLVD. that all students possess excellent ,
388-1564 qualifications. Your e x- Staff (RD&S), Headquarters Ma-

7406 N MAIN ST. of has rine Corps. '
emplary performance duty
BELLAIR I HOME BUILDERS I I INC 768-1383 brought credit to yourself and the Joseph 0. Butcher Commanding

Marine Corps." General,Marine Corps Supply

Activity, Philadelphia, P a.

A copy of the meritorious mast Norman J. Anderson, Commander -

was forwarded to the Commandant Marine Corps AirBases,

NOTICEATTENTION of the Marine Corps for East/Commanding General, Ma-

V 3 r x. entry In Sgt. Brunette's official rine Corps Air Station, 'Cherry
record. Point, N.C

N Keith B. McCutcheon, Com-

1biPATIOB manding General 1st Marine Air-
ALL MEN! New Skipper craft Wing, Vietnam.

Welcome aboard to Major

Richard H. Searle, new Com
manding Officer Marine Bar- ,
Every Monday is ladies .b. ...
racks, Cecil Field Maj. Searle, :: 1" :
night at the Roller-
reported to Cecil from the 2nd
drome. All ladies admitted
Marine Division, Camp LejeunCj
paying only
N.C. He relieved Maj. L.
shoe skate rental if
they do not have their Magness, who Is reporting to 4ii

own skates. On August Headquarters Marine Corps for

2nd we entertained 407 duty.

skaters, (264( of them being .

a c D K B BR3 ladies). It is obvious InsuranceA
that we're running bet
ter than a 2-to-l 1 ratio of large, but unknown numberof
CL ladies and World War II and KoreanCon- _
vs. men we
CP need help supplying flict veterans uldqual1fy for the
BR I L c BR 2C
I partners .f for the couple new type of National Service Life

skates, trios and the Insurance being offered by the

likes. Need we say Veterans Administration, which

more? ? ? ? commenced May 1. 1965 for a one

year period, provided service-
\ connection is established forsome

Model B-4 disability. A grant of serv-

For those who like to get away from it all, this model boasts ice-connection for most any con-

t of a separated master bedroom, double closets and its own g dition, other than dental could

bath. Two more bedrooms, another bath- and you have a qualify an applicant, If he Is In kf
distinctly different home. otherwise good health.

= LL.IEC.: :: ROLLERDROME During World War II, more ..W

The Country Club than 600,000 servicemen were
'OUR STEP-A machine.gunner -
HOME: : : of Roller Rinks" treated for malaria alone. An
I BUILDERS iisrc: of the Fourth Marine Regiment
1855 CASSAT AVE additional unknown number con-
in the Republic of Vietnam.
tracted other diseases, suffered
i You are cordially invited to inspect our homes at your convenience PH. 384-6687 Injuries crosses a stream via a bambod
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I Being a dog lover of sorts, the following came as a matter of
Interest and led to these canine speculations.In & !
1963 the American Kennel Club (AKC) listed .pedigree
poodle registration at 147,055.
This total was nearly triple that
producing begging routine. This _
of the second place German Shepherd -
would be the idea class for a lazy, '-

The AKC recognized 112 gun shy Beagle ; 1 : 'JJ
The Dog-Dog Class will be an
the did
breeds of dogs; listing
open field. Animals that hunt
not Include Walkers, Blue Ticks, ,
we animals because
say even
Redbones, or Black and Tans.
wolfs can enter, are eligible as
undesirables, more
This group
are house
dogs. Special atten-
referred to as coonhounds
tion will be paid to the of
by those who roam on moonlight
dog one finds
tipping over
nights, do not fall in any of the bage cans. gar- THE VICTORIOUS LITTLE LEAGUERS FROM St. Petersburg tolled around homeplate after their 7-5
six major classes the AKC 're- All state championship win over Seminole at Jew last week
dog shows will be held in
cognizes.A streets and yards. Judging will

COMBINATION OF SIX be done on a basis of sniffs and
growls. No humans will be in St. Pete LL Wins State CrownThe

The coonhound would have to the judging, although they may
be classified as a sporting hound observe. If the Sporting Class Little League representatives victory of the series and the Spectators praised the umpires
that works but sometimes toys needs prey the dog show will from St. Petersubrg lived right to meet Su Pete In the final and officials for the outstanding
and terries in non-sporting be prolonged until a cat passes through two one-run decisions to by downing Homestead by a 6-0 Job they did during the whole
activities. This means he has by.The take the Florida State Senior lit- count. tournament.
the characteristics of all six AKC 147,055 AKC registered tle League e rown back to the West Meanwhile St. Pete was having
classes. Any pedigree dog ownef Poodles wouldn't have much advantage Coast. its troubles with femmJina-
knows that this is impossible. in my dog show The state finals were played Beach The St'Pe.te' team man- Old-Fashioned
We have to go along with the atjax last week. aged to finally eek out a 6-5
foregoing viewpoint; in fact we The six district winners played to advance to the finals. IT-BAR-BQ
think there should be only three single elimination competition. Seminole held a 5-4 lead in the
classes of dogs, Sporting,House, final game withSt.Pete going Into Draft b..rShuffleboard
and DogDog.The e o ,.trZl In the opening game shutout the last Inning. But a slugging ..
reason this reduction is pitching pulled a 2-0 victory out barrage by St. Pete gave the
necessary is because a dog's life 't for Seminole over Sebring. 'l team a 7-5 final
just isn't a dog's life anymore. L How did Preakness, the In the second game of the ser- St. Pete's Dave Bussinger got McGI'nthTavern
Ship\ the Old 'English Sheepdogthat horse for whom the classic race ies heavy hitting by Fernandina the credit for the state cham-
used to lie by the hearthand at Plmlico is named, die? Beach netted them a 12-1 win over pionship win.Leading .
do occasional work to earn 2. How many points did the Plantation. Fernandina com- batters In the contest
his bone isn't even allowed to Los Angeles Rams score In 1950to mitted only one error in the game. were Giles and Prescott of St. 3638 PARK fir AT DANCY
sit down if it's the day before the set a National Football League Seminole gained their second Pete, both boys had two hits. 389-9217
Westminister Kennel Club Show. record for a 12-game season?
3. Outfielder Dave Nicholson of
A GUIDED SEX LIFEIn the Chicago White Sox struck out CF Softball NEW 1965VALIANT
fact, in his whole life he's how many times in the 1963 sea-
lucky to be able to get near a son? Standings
hearth it might scoarch his. 4. In the 1962-63 bowling sea-
coat. The only work Shep hasto son, how many bowlers were Team W L
do is make sure he doesn't robbed from rolling a perfect VA-44 14 0
mistake a judge's leg for a fire game due to the ever-elusive 10- Vr-l74 11 2

Plug.Bones pin? ADMIN 10 2
are probably a rarity in 5. What Boston Patriots quar- Iarines 7 4
Shep's diet they might cause in- terback had an .031' pass-inter- A-45 1 7
jury. shep's sex life is pretty ception record in 1962? Weapons 5 6 4- I
selective too a human go- Supply 5 7
between chooses his mate. ANSWERS VC-4 5 1
Shep probably doesn't mind this VFP-62 0 9
life it's been so long since any .s aXeld Sujsoddo, ,(q jjo
of Shep's ancestors led a dog's (pa>p f:Jd lq8'3' Auo peq (pee uos OUt of the mouths of Innocent
life that Shep doesn't even think -ess 5>u.i u] sassed ess jo tll0l babes
he's a dog he is a James e p31dw3ue nun d aqeg .S True wisdom may be spread
Thurber creation uostas win Xddeuun 9J3M OU.Msatujl As weD as some of the unwise
Back to our three classes and SJ318a j f 6f' '1 3.OM aaaQL 'paeat things INCLUDES:
how the differences should be teal $ BANK RATE FINANCING
drawn. Out of the mouths of innocent 1759 LITTLE OR NO DOWN PAYMENT
: .C
In the Sporting Class, as in all '0961 uj $ "ld 99fr P babes, MORE THAN 200 FINE NEW A USED
classes True wisdom may be spreadAs CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
no discrimination of tel0l e dn UBJ swell and 'Z
breeds will be made. If a .J38ue jo uj e "I uo1uwell JO well as some of the unwise
Pedkingese chases elephants he 3>[11a 3q1 Xq parjM (tit logs CTM things, NOW 'LARGE SELECTION OF Ale
qualifies for the Sporting Class. 'L98I "I P1*J 'SMI'3.Id Their, parents shouldn't have L EXECUTIVECARS, LOW MILEAGE
The only qualification for this r a I41
class is that the dog chases, or SAVE UP TO $800 ON THESE VALUES

Perhaps we should hunts, .
say -

do. Any one planning to enter
his dog in this class should not ))
bring papers unless this is what AGENCY. INC. CLAYTON REVELS


relatively open. The only rules Naval station Office
Station Office
that the dog doesn't hunt or Naval 6463 Roosevelt Blvd. 2990 Mayport Road only 20 min So of NAS on }llwy. 17
chase anything. He. must, if he Jacksony le. Fla. Atlantic Beach, Fla. 264..6555UGUST
is; to be a winner, lie around the Phone 388-7676 Phone 249- 649 JAX
house for hours and haw a food



Jax Wins Pair, Cecil* \ Takes 3; Ionman't xt"S. Qoe.To. y.p.-30


Teams To Meet Friday AI Jax .;.: ', .' "

* * *

I Cecil Cleans Up At Mayporft Stewart Pitches '

Cecil Field added two more League competition.In Jax NoHitterThe '' -

victories to their credit on Fri- the opening game Don Bower -
day night against the Mayport and "Big Red" Lane combined lax Navy Varsity Soft-
Hawks with 4-0 and 15-0 wins. their three-hit pitching effort to ball Team played host Eastern f' kg .,, 1
Air Lines here last Saturday night
The victories bring the Raiders shutout the Hawks, 40.
record to 11-5 in Inter-service for a doubleheader.In ,
t )
The Raiders scored their first the first game Stewart of !
two runs In the second Inningon Jax pitched a no-hitter to wr
WESCONNETT three hits and two stolen bases. Eastern. The only run of the .. .< 7>
Their final two came in the fourth game was made by Charlie Fields ,"
FURNITURE Co. on a walk to Jim Dry ant and long who was pinch-running for
home run by Jim Beasley. Stewart. Stewart slammed a
In the nightcap, Bob Hunter and double, Fields went on to thirdon
5326 Wesconnett Blvd. at 103rd John Littleton combined to throwa an error, and was driven In
NEW & USED TV no-hitter at the Hawks. The by Miller who singled and broughtIn

SETS & FURNITUREEASY only Mayport runners to reach the badly needed run. 1
base came In the sixth and seventh The second game Jax ran a- h-- 1
when Littleton Issued two walks. way with 9 runs In the first k

CREDIT Cecil rapped out 14 hits in the three Innings. At this' time j\ .
SALVAGE 15-0 win.Coach Eastern had scored only one
FREIGHT run. Eastern's star pitcher was CAPT. J. R. MACKROTH, COMMANDING OFFICER, NAS JAX, pro-
REPOSSESSIONSBARGAINS Bob Scruggs is holdingas out of the game In the bottom cents the Ironman: Intramural Sports Program trophy to Cdr. D.E.
many practices and:: gamesas half of the doubleheader. The Gately, CO of VP-30. The squadron achieved a total of 2950
GALORE! he can work In between the game was called at this point points for the Jan.-June period of 1965. The trophy is awarded bi-
Intra-mural league schedule to due to the extreme difference In annualy to the outstanding athletic unit.
COME IN AND BROWSE: prepare the Raiders for the up
HOURS 9 AM 7 PM coming Sixth Naval District Outdoors Men
Tournament at Memphis on August Ironman CupSpring
PHONE 771-0750 23. *

r Beware Of Danger

Raiders Split Final
CHIEF CAMPBELL'S Before LeavingThe

Blemding Tenneco: With GlyncoOn

SERVICE STATION following is the total points TALLAHASSEE -- A word of
Saturday night Cecil splita achieved In the Jan.June Iron- caution about avoiding some outdoor -

103 rd and Blanding Offers double-header with NASGlynco man Sports Program.L hazards was issued today as
In non-league play, 0-1 and 3-L VP-30 2950 an aid to sportsmen and outdoor
GAS FOR LESSTo Don Bower went the distancefor 2. Hospital 2450 enthusiast by Brantley Goodson,
the Raiders In the opener 3. FICEUR 2425 Law' Enforcement Chief of the
Military Personnel And and allowed four hits and three 4. VAP-62 1475 Florida Game and Fresh Water
> walks. 5. 0&R 1425 Fish Commission.
All Government EmployeesAt Glynco scored the only run of 6. Communications 1225 Goodson said, "precaution against -
Our Truck Island the game in the fourth when the 7. FAW-11 1200 hazards in the out of doors
REGULAR 94% OCTANE 28.9 leadoff batter walked, was sacrificed 8. Marine Barracks 1100 should start well before the trip

PREMIUM 100% OCTANE 30.9 to second, and came 9. Supply 1075 begins. A complete physical may
home 10. 679th Radar Squadron 1050 provide warning against excess-
on a throwing error by
Alto Brakework, *, Lubrication, Wash & Wax. We
Tune-up 775 ive and shot is
Raider third baseman Byant. 1L ComFalrJax activity a
Top Quality Products Delco Batteries Firestone
carry ,
12. VP-45 750 the best insurance against infec-
tires Quaker State Oil.What Cecil Field threatened In the "
13. VP-16 700 tion from assorted causes.
we don't sell, but FREE is fourth and sixth Inning, but
you 14. VW-4 700 He said, "fishermen are exposed -
Complete. Courteous Service. couldn't come through w ith the all 15. NARTU 675 to many wounds, such as
Important The second went In the 16. Operations 650 being pricked by fish fins, snag-
t game 17. Fleet Weather Facility 550 ged on an artificial bait or nick-
the Raiders
opposite as 18. Administration 500 ed by a knife while cleaning fish.
Cone/ pushed acorss three runs on five
We/ d1EI
19. Dispensary 475 Fishermen were also advised to
hits and limited Glynco to a lone
20. Security 475 include a small pair of snippers
AT run.Bob 21. A/C Maintenance 400 In their tackle box for use on location -

WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN INC Hunter got the pitching 22. NAMTG 375 should someone become
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BE SURE TO SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY A allowed three hits, walked one, 24. Weapons 300 barb can be pushed through and
"NEW" OR USED VW.. and struck out four. 25. Recreation Div. 200 cut off."
Ed Tonges tripled to lead off 26. VP-7 200 The Law Enforcement Chief
WEEKEND SPECIALS the fourth for Cecil with a hit, 27. Commissary 100 said, "folks moving about fishing
and scored the first run on a sacrifice 28. Dental 100 camps, especially those bare-
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AUGUST 5. 1965

I Navy Pistol, Rifle Teams U.S. Military 5th Marine Air Support Wins 2-1 ,

In PentathlonWashington

In'Shooting World Series'The (AFPS--The) Uni- Sole Owners Of Second PlaceThe

Naval ted States team finished fifth In a
u.s. Navy Academy While
at the Matches, at Camp
Midshipmen, and Naval Reserve Perry, all contestants must attend field of 14 entries in the 1965 Marine Air Detachment behind the undefeated league leaders -
pistol teams arrived July 29th the Small Arms Firing Consell Internal ton du Sport Mili- Support Softball team made Itself Barracks 584.
for the 1965 National Rifle and School, given by the Army Marksmanship talre (CISM) Military Pentathlon sole owners of second placein
W' L Pct.
pistol Matches being held this Unit, Ft.Bennlngs,Gee- Championship, held recently at the Naval Air Technical Training -
month at Camp Perry, Ohio. Georgia before actually competing Arnhelm, Netherlands. Center league when It nuged BK3584 10 0 .looO
The team will fire In three pistol in the pistol matches. All members of the U.S. team Navy Support 2-1 MAD Support 9 3 .750
matches; the .45 caliber, The school Is separated Into were from units of the 7th U.S. The game moved MAD SUp- Navy Support 8 4 1.661
,22 caliber, and the Center fire two phases one for riflemen and Army. It was their Initial port a solid game ahead of the Navy AQuB" 6 5 .545
matches that makes up the the .other is for the pistoleers. entry in the competition.The Navy support team which ended BK3542 5 5 .500
battle for team honors was MFC 7 6 .:))38
"World Series of Shooting. Basic, advanced, coach Instructor its season with Monday's loss
The Matches first held in 1903at and police marksmanship expected to be a two-way tussle The Marines used a combina- MAD AO 6" .462
Sea Girt, New Jersey, are courses are presented.The between the Swedish team--which tion of controlled pitching from MAD AE ###1 5 6 .455
co-sponsored by the National basic course provides to has dominated the event since its SSgt. Donald J. Rose timely hitting Navy ACY'A" 3 8 .273
Rifle Association and the National relatively Inexperienced shoot- inception In 1950--and the Brazilian and good fielding in the vic- BKS 545 2 9 .182
team, which finished second BKS 541 1 9 .100
Board for the Promotion of Rifle ers the correct shooting and tory.
Practice. safety fundamentals The advanced last year. The team is still three games MAD AE ###2 1 10 .091
The final team standings show-
These Matches are designed to course Is experienced First Fisherman "I tell Officer
ed Brlzll first, France second, you Secretary to Manager:
further the safety and efficiencyof shooters and is designed to pro- Sweden third Norway fourth,andthe it was THAT long! I never saw "rye taken all the criticism of
the many rifles and!pistols now duce qualified marksmanship instructors United States fifth such a fish." my work that I'm going to take I
being used by civilian and military as well as to Improvethe Second Fisherman: "I believe How do you spell 'quit'?"
personnel. shooting skills of the students. Sports ShortsThe yam.. Journeyman Rarber
After three months of compe- During the three weeks of mat-
titive Individual shooting in Navy ches the variety If virtually end- deadline for registration
District level matches the Atlantic less and! Includes special courses the bowling and golf divisions of
Pacific Fleet Matches and of fire with the service rifle and the Intramural Sports Program Is
all the Naval Pistol Matches, the service pistol the .22 caliber tomorrow, August 6th.
final selection was made for this target rifle and other pistolsand
* * NEW 1965FIAT
year's U.S. Navy Pistol Team, In revolvers.As .

June.When Incentives, winners receive The organizational meeting of
the selection was made, trophies, gold, silver and bronze Touch Football Intramural Play,
the individuals again went in opposite medals, guns and equipment, was held last night. Deadline for
directions, entering other colorful brassards and acongra- entry is Friday August 13th.
tournaments to further their tulatory message from the Pre-
training and experience In advanced sident of the United States. * ** *

marksmanship before arriving Upon completion of the Entries have been receivedfor
at the National Matches. matches, the teams will againse- the 6th Naval District Golf
parate and return to their com- Tournament to be played here
* mands to resume their regular from USNRTF Natchez, NAS
duties, and anxiously await next Memphis, NAS Sanford, NAS
Army Sergeant year's" "World Series of Shoot- Charleston, and NAS Pensacola.

ing. . .
Repeat FavoriteAt
Softball Schedule, Tonight at

Camp Perry A music director well known 7:30 Jax plays the USS Saratogaat
Enterprise Field. Friday -
for his tact, was awakened one
The big question Camp Perry morning at 3 a.m. by the f jangling Jax vs. Cecil Field (here) Sat-
urdayJax vs.Cecil Field(there).
this year Is, "Can SergeantFirst of the telephone. "Please
Class William B. Blan- stop playing those drums," saidan ABSOLUTELY
kenshlp win his sixth consecu- irate neighbor. NAS Service
tive national pistol championship At 3 a.m. the next morning
?" the director called her back and Wives BowlingResults

Surely that question will not explained "Madam, I don't own
be answered until the last roundIs any drums." as of July 30th
fired in this year's competition Instrumentalist. HULLABALOOS 36 16
but from all indications Blan- VIRGINIANS 33 19 NO MONEY
27 25
kenship Is still burning up the tar FUGITIVES 23 29
gets and will not relinquish the
pistol crown easily.Not .
16 36
long ago, Blankenship won
his fifth All-Army Pistol Cham- High sets and high games we returned
in this week by Lll
pionship at Ft. Benning,Ga.,witha
Sadowski 208-519 and lone Her-
three-day score of 2,645-123. DOWNNO
This can be compared to his 1965 man
National Match score of 2,642-
112. In winning the All-Army

crown, he had to come from behind TRADE NEEDED
on the final day of competition
to overhaul Staff Sergeant
Hershal L. Anderson, who has: r
been one of his chief adversaries
during the past National M atches. ,/ fliv $ 94

In addition to Anderson, Blan- $38.
ketshlp will have the represen- MO.nnAfncA.RSofc
tatives of the other services to
contend with.

Last year a straight-shooting
Air Force officer, Captain Tho- :
mas D. second ; ; PER
Smith, placed to i
DAY ,i*iiis
Blankenship with a total score of
2,639132.Also FAST n / \ r / \ ) =: :]

out to topple the sharp- l1 Jacksonville
eyed Sergeant from his perch as REPAIR SERVICE QVlPlililJ I
national pistol king is Petty Officer
First Class Donald L,Hamilton EmersonSanJuan
USN. Three years ago
Hamilton tied Blankenship for '"tj! ;i 1037 HENDRICKS
total national score but lost out > H AVE.
on Individual honors In total X- TV
ring (a smaller circle within the LAKE SVRFIHG Brenda Reed
bullseye used to break ties) teats her surfboard on a Florida 4812 SAN JUAN 398-5746
shots. Last year Hamilton placed lake at Cypress (;""1,.,,*. The rral'
third in the pistol matches ittic sea stacks tcrrr ttliippfil up 387-2121

with a score of 2,635-112. by ii boat.


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: .

l ; : Why Are We Fighting In Vietnam?

WASHINGTON; D. C.NAV-( have already given their livesIn Communism versus freedom
NEWS) Just across the this conflict than did In com- but the very lief and future of I
South China Sea from Indonesia, bat In the Spanish American War. each individual Southeast Asia. A
clinging like a drop of''vjater to The answer to "why Is there Beyond Vietnam is the rest of
the underside of the Asian con fighting In Vietnam?" Is perhapsthe die South Pacific we have
tinent, Is a small country no big most simple of alL The fought there once. we do not
ger than z the state of l.or1da. Communists want all 'of' South want to do it again. So. together
Since the end of World War II It Vietnam. They mean to take It. with tlw South Vietnamese forces,
has been called Vietnam. In It South Vietnam does not want to we are fighting now. :

are more than 64,000 American be taken. hold
What does die future ?
military men and women. Why What Is not so simple Is "whywe
In answer to this we
are they there? are there.
resolution passed by Congresson
The United States is deeply Many say that we should pull
August 10, 1964.
committed to the defense of South out of the war. Many see no
Vietnam. 'The reasons for this reason for the loss of a single "The United States regards as
are fundamental to an understanding American life In so foreign a vital to Its national Interest and
of our relationship with fight. Yet, we are committed to to world peace the maintenanceof
Southeast Asia. These are the the extend of a major portionof International peace and
basic questions: the Seventh Fleet, 30,000 U.S. security In Southeast Asia"
Why Is there fighting there? Army troops, and 17,000 Ma- CEDAR HILLS SHOPPING CENTER
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Strageglcally the situation Is If! 2 door Auto/trans.. 6 cylinder, R&H,solid blue,WSW, extra
simple. The loss of Vietnam 1 t"mow dean.

would open the underbelly of 62 MONZA COUPE...... . . . . .$1195
It Southeast Asia to further effortsby y 4 speed trans., R&H, WSW, Solid black Black interior.

the communist in the area. 62 CORVETTE CONVERTiBlE. ...... . . .$2295
Because of this the Seventh FleetIs 4 speed, R&H, 327 V-8 engine, Solid Red, white top.

committed In Vietnam. Be- 62 IMPALA SPORT COUPE. .... .. . . . $1695
cause of this more Americans Auto/trans., V-8, power steer; R&H, solid white, fawn in
You arc about to take a long trip St. stick, 6 cyl., R&H, luggage rack. Ivory over blue, WSW.

Don't forget to get your travelers checks atB1IRNETT 61 IMPALA 4 DOOR. .... . . . . .$1495
Hard top, auto/trans., V-8, power steer and brakes, electric .
windows factory air conditioned, solid white, blue interior -
FURNISHED.$65.00 all original.

f tt4t 60 CHEVROLET 2 DOOR SEDAN. . . ? .. .$695
UNFURNISHED. 6 cylinder, st. slide R&H Light green, WSW.
Children WelcomeConveniently ...AND, MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM!

Locatedto MIMtCIt rCOCMAL OCPOtIT IMSUHANCK CORPORATION : -Fri. 8:30: a.m. 'til 9:00 p.m.
downtown HOURS': Sat. 8:30: a.m. 'til 8:00: p.m.PAGE .




REALTORS-WSURORS' Monday thru Thursday: 10:00 AM til 3:00 PM

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

EV 4-6444 CO 4-9442 Phone Extensions 8272 or 8273

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