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Creation Date: November 15, 1962
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ATTENTION I ...",- WHAT'S INSIDE ;'1

Deadline for Air News copy Takes Time To See Page 2 .. i

next week will be Monday, JtI }t R SIt Bank Page 3 .1'

November 19. This is in order : Page 4

to permit publication of the
Marine Ball Page 5
Thanksgiving issue on

Wednesday, November 21. Cuba Crisis Page 6
Vol. 20 No. 35 U. S. NAS Jacksonville Florida 15 November 1962



O&R Graduating Class



Told To "Use Brains"Thirteen


civil service employees from the Overhaul and

Repair Department received their graduation certificates

Friday, November 9, following completion of a 27-week study

in the field of Industrial Engineering Technology.THE .
_
FIFTH OF SUCH CLASSES
or graduate J. R. Nearhoof his
conducted by the Methodsand certificate followed by D.T. Roh-
Standards Division of O&R
weller, J. W. Creecy, C. R. Mann,
since 1951, these graduates'' now J. B. Allen, M. L. Dickinson, D.
join the rank of which
personnel H. Boone. W. O. Hicks, Jr., G. B.
determine t h scientific
rough Lucas, T. W.Adams, L. O. Turner,
work measurement and analysisof J. W. Hendricks and T. I. Hine.,
the operations, just how longan Subjects covered by the
1' f; industrial enterprise should
trainees during the course included -
take in length of time and man-
: time study, industrial or-
-
power to complete a job.
I ganization and management, per-
!'i----- Speakers for the graduation formance rating, drafting and

included W. L. Lewis, super- lettering, mathematics, human
O&R METHODS AND STANDARDS GRADUATES gather together after their graduationfrom intendent of the Methods and relations, work simplification, engineering -
the Methods and Standards 27-week course of Industrial Engineering Technology. Flank.
Standards Division W. A. Stanul
ed by O&R superintendents W. A. Stanul (left) (Production Engineering Group) and W. L. Lewis ; reports and economics,
(right) (Methods and Standards Division) and Capt. R. H. Fagan. O&R Officer, they are (L to superintendent of the Production industrial cost accounting and
R front rows) J. R. Nearhoof. J. W. Hendricks. C. R. Mann. T. I. Hine. J. W. Creecy D. T. Rohwel- Engineering Group; Lieutenant plant layout.
ler, M. L. Dickinson (second row), L. O. Turner, T. W. Adams. W. O. Hicks Jr.. G. B. Lucas Commander R. J. Martin, Pro- I
Fagan.J. B. Allen and D. H. Boone. (Inset) Honor graduate Nearhoof receives his certificate from Capt. duction Engineer Officer; and Science Proves

Captain R. H. Fagan, O&R Of-

Is! Conventional Servicemen of the Month ficer. Equator ExistsScience

IN HIS REMARKS TOt h e has proved that the

graduating class, Lewis empha- Equator, long believed to be justan

Missile CruiserIs Two Aircraft Maint. Dept. sized, "you now have a thinkingjob imaginary, man-made line

one with no limitations." drawn around the earth, actually
He was followed by Stanul who exists.

CommissionedThe Men Win Top HonorsTwo I told the class that "now Made out of fossils and skele-

that you have laid down your tons of things which once lived

guided missile cruiser aircraft mechanics assigned to the Aircraft Main- mechanical tools, you must now the sea, it forms a line on the \.
use your brains as your most im- bottom of the pacific Ocean right
Albany, first conventional tenance Department were named as Servicemen of the
powered Navy ship to have Month for the months of September and October, respectively portant tool in accomplishingyour where man drew the Equator to

all its guns replaced by miss- They are Philip V. Yandle, ADR1 of the Quality tasks"Equally divide the earth into northernand
iles, has been commissionedat Control Division and Arthur D. Wilson, ADR2 of the Line Lt. Cdr. Martin pointedout southern hemispheres.Prof. .
the Boston Naval Shipyard.The Division. that, "Industrial Engineers Gustaf Arrhenious of the

Albany, a 674-foot ship, I aircraft and pilot, the helicopterin should use every feasible tool to Scripps Institute of Oceanographyat
checks
carries the normal Both men received $50 i bring forth the services needed." La Jolla Calif., says the line
complementof : which Wilson was a crew mem-
all
and free day tour
70 officers and 1,000 men. She an expense Capt. Fagan, as the principal will be used to detect movementsin
ber into the His fast
of St. Augustine, courtesy of the plunged sea.
is armed with both the Tartar speaker, said to the class that the North Pole during past

and Talos supersonic, surfacetoair USO. action, quick thinking, and above they must make good use of the I years. Clues to causes and kindsof
guided missile. CAPTAIN JAMES R. COMPo average knowledge of his job Standards and Methods training ice ages may also be uncov-

The cruiser also is equippedwith TON NAS Commanding Officer made this incident no more thana received in order to successfullysell ered by the underwater line, he
Wilson his check at cere-
gave is
the "It importantto
anti-submarine rockets designed routine matter, it was af- program. said.Warm
for surfacetounderwaterattacks. monies held last Friday. Yandlewas its existence," he said. He wenton surface layers of the

not formally honored as he firmed. His remarkable coolnessand to say, "Modernization shouldbe Pacific are pulled apart at the

The conversion to guided miss- was on detachment in Eucador. cheerfulness went along way used so that it is an advantageto Equator by the earth's rotation

ile carrier took four years and Yandle was commended for his in aiding the morale of the rest the work. causing currents to flow north

involved more than 66 million work as a member the plan- of the crew while they were "Again, this is Standards backedby and south with cold water rising

man hours of work and'the use ning board for the new Senior awaiting assistance it was said. Methods." He concluded his from below to fill the void, he
Officer's Club. He has de-
of 25 acres of blueprints.The Petty address saying that "part of explained.The .
voted much of his time to
present Albany, the fourthU. off-duty your job is seeing that the Stand water is rich in tiny ani-
the actual rebuilding and modern- Wilson also for his
was praised ulti-
S. Navy ship named for the ards and Methods are properly mal life and minerals, which
capital of New York State, was ization of the interior of Building outstanding ability as a profi utilized." mately sink and form the ridge
601 it stated.In .
"bought" by the citizens of Albany was cient mechanic and a petty officer. The captain then presented hon- along the Equator.

through their subscriptionsof addition, Yandle has made

$40,000,000 in U.S. War Bonds. many beneficial suggestions, later '

implemented, for improvementsin r

USO CWA Offer the maintenance proceduresfor
aircraft and engines at NAS

Free Xmas Calls Jax.

Service personnel the world WILSON WAS PARTICULARLY .
cited for his action when on
over will be alloted free telephonecalls
home it was announced this a rescue flight to aid a downed

week. -

The program is jointly spon- Deadline TodayEnlisted ;
sored b y the Communications T
personnel, desirousof
Workers of America AFL-CIO
,
competing in the February -
and the United Service Organi-
servicewide examinations are ,
zations USO).
(
reminded that today, Thursday
These Christmas calls will be
November 15 is the deadlinefor
scheduled during the period of /gY 4' 4/'..
( completion of all mandatory ;
December 1 through January 5,
if ?
requirements they were .
1963. ;
aboard the station be- '#f
on or ; rfi9 .
All USO staffs around the world "'
fore October 1.
have been briefed the Christmas
on -
Exams for pay grade E-7 !
message program and military will be held on Tuesday, Feb- 1 :
authorities are making efforts to ;
ruary 5; E-6, Thursday, Feb- tisw N4.r.IXu A70 4wv.X
insure that in remote
troops
areas not serviced by USO will ruary 7; E-5, Tuesday, Feb- TOP HONORS for the month of October go to Arthur* D. Wilson ADR2 of Aircraft Maintenance -
ruary 12 and E-3 Thursday, Dept. as he is awarded the "Serviceman of the Month" title. Capt. James R. Compton.
have an equal chance to tele- February 14. NAS CO gives Wilson a $50 check and the Navyman will also receive an all-expense paid dayat
phone home, it was stated. St. Augustine, courtesy of the USO. Looking on is LT Robert E. Biggs, Line Division Officer,


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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS 15 November



-6 Movie Guide I It Takes Time To SeeIt


takes time to see. Then it takes time to act If you I
NAS Jaduonville! Thursday November 15 are the average driver it will take you a little over 4/10 of

CAPT J. R. Compton ............................................................ Commanding Officer Mainside-Panic In the Year a second to move your foot from the accelerator to the
CDR Walter J. Schub .......?.........................:........:.................... Executive Officer Zero. brake pedal after you have seen a redlight. This is one of
Flttt/ Air Jacksonville NAB 6ND NATTUnit-It's A Wonderful
RADM Joseph M. Cr.-on ................................................................ Commander the simplest reactions in driving.
.
CAPT Vincent Casey ...................................................................... Chief of Stiff Life. WHEN YOU TRAVEL at the rate of 70 miles per hour
Ftat Air Wing Eleven Hospital-This Earth Is Mine. and then the brake, your car will go seven times
CAPT Gilbert J. Friutnhttm ...................................:........................ Commander Friday November 16 apply if drive 25 the
CAPT Andrew H. Cow.rt ................................?......,........... Chief Stiff Officer Mainside-The Grass Is Greener distance it would take to stop you at m.p.h. Thatis
Mm! Air Technical. Training Unit why normal visual acuity is necessary to enable you to
CAPT HartMl. D. Allen ........................................................ Commanding Officer NATTUnit-Panic. In the Year read signs in time to stop.
COlt Eugene F. Verd.,, ............................................................ Executive Officer Zero. With 20/50 vision, you won't see a stop sign until you

CAPT J. M. Manner .......................Naval.........Hospital...........'..................... Commanding Officer Hospital-It's. A WonderfulLife. are 90 feet from it. At 60 m.p.h., you would be 227 feet
CAPT Stephen. H. Tollna ............................................................ Executive Officer beyond the sign before you could stop.
Naval Air Reserve Training Unit Saturday November 17 On a dark highway, clear vision is limited to the effec-
CAPT Ralph E. Elliott, Jr. .................................................... Commanding Officer Mainside-The Pirates of Blood of car's headlight beam which is less
COR William M. Miller .. ......................................................... Executive Officer River. tive length your than
Printed commercial/! non-approprUted fund In Jacksonville, Florida at no 300 feet.
expense to the government and In compliance with NAVEXOS P-35 Rev. July 1958. NATTUnit-The Grass Is ABILITY TO RESIST GLARE decreases with age. Tests
Distributed weekly free of charge to military and civilian personnel of Fleet Air Greener. show that the best glare resistance is found in people be-
Jacksonville, Naval Air Station, Naval Air Technical Training Unit, Fleet Air Wing Hospital-Panic In The Year tween 20 and 30 of age.
11, Naval Air Reserve Training Unit end U. S. Naval Hospital. Zero. years
LCDR Ralph D. McClure ............................ Service Information Officer Sunglasses should not be worn for night driving because
Andrew H. Planey ........................ Asintant Service Information Officer Sunday November 18 they reduce visibility.You .
Editor-Mae Spencer, J01; Assistant Editor-Marc Whetstone, J01; Staff- Mainside-Never So Few can perceive an unexpected obstacle only onehalfas
Robert Dodds, SA, Ruth Anne Roberts, SA. NATTUnit-Pirates of Blood
far can see an expected one.
Members of North Florida Industrial Editors Association and Southern and International as you
Councils of Industrial Editors. River. One out of six drivers needing visual care is unawareof
The> lax Air News Is a member of the Armed Forces Press Service. Material Hospital-The Grass Is Geener his shortcomings. Visual acuity is the most important
appearing In this publication can be reprinted providing cerdit Is glvan. Photo Monday, November 19 visual requirement for safe driving and in all but a small
graphs unless otherwise credited, are official U.S.. Navy Photographs. Mainside
-Splendor In the fraction of cases it can be corrected by eyeglasses.The .
Editorial offices located In Room 230 Main Administration Building. Phone
extensions 6164, 656. 272, or 8161. Grass. percentage of drivers wearing glasses increases
NATTUnit-Never So Few. with age. Glasses are worn by 13% of 30-year old drivers
Hospital-Pirates Of Blood and by 187o of 40-year old drivers. In the 50-year old
River. bracket glasses are worn by 50% of all drivers.
SEAPOWERTHE Tuesday, November 20 The lens prescription for your job may not be at all
Mainside-Then There Were suited to your needs for driving.

NAVY A SOUND INVESTMENT"The Three I ACCORDING TO THE BUREAU of Medicine and Surgery -
NATTUnit-Splendor In The i "The greatest insurance against the automobile ac-
constant tensions within our world community Grass. cident is the desire and determination of each and every
require the instruments of our foreign policy to be dynamic, Hospital-Never So Few driver to be a safe driver."
flexible, and ready in all respects to meet the continuing Wednesday, November 21 Here are some rules to follow for safe vision:
challenge to free world leadership. Our freedom today is Mainside-East of Kilimanjaro 1. Have vision examined periodically.
challenged by an insidious idealogy; behind this challengelies NATTUnit-Then There Were 2. Drive within visual bounds. If glasses have been prescribed,
military power of great influence. To cope with this Three wear them.
power, we must also have power in order to be able to deal Hospital-Splendor In the Grass 3. If troubled by glare, cut down on night driving and when
with it from a position of strength. Our Navy is a prime driving at night, drive more slowly.
contributor to the strength of the United States. 4. If field of vision is inadequate, compensate for it by turn-

"IN THE ACCOMPLISHMENTSof I Sailor Claims All-/ ing head to watch for danger from the sides.
the Navy's missions, mobility TO DEFEND-To defend the 5. If depth perception is not what it should be, be extra

assumes far greater importancein continental United States careful when passing other cars.
Navy Sit Up' RecordEdward 6. If reaction time is slow, avoid driving at high speeds.
the missile age in which we from attack through the
7. Don't hang objects from the rear-view mirror or paste
live. It permits us to project our C. EM3
Jolly
oceans to insure freedomof claims
stickers where they can create a hazard in seeing.
power where, when, and in the the unofficial
all-Navy-and
the seas. pos- 8. Have headlights checked periodically to be sure that they
amount needed. This factor becomes sibly all-service-record
for sit provide plenty of light and cast the beam in the proper positionDON'T .
even greater in magnitudein TO CONTROL-To, control vital ups after completing 4,001, with
an era in which speed makes sea areas and protect 65 push ups thrown in, in three BECOME A STATISTIC!
such inroads into the dimensionsof hours and one minute.
shipping in time of war.
time. If we are to carry out Surpassing the last reported

our traditional roles of control- The Navy must maintain a all-Navy record of 3,250 sit ups
_
ling the seas and projecting our flexible system that will permit' performed by a Navy Lieutenantin
force across them, many of our units to be organized into forces two hours and 46 minutes,
ships which are rapidly aging capable of performing the mul- Jolly was forced to stop shortof
must either be modernized or re- tasks which derived his
tiple are 5,000 goal due to a severe
placed. from these broad functions. bruise on his hip received on his
"The 1963 Shipbiulding and While it is very desirable that job aboard ship and a blister
Conversion Program reflects our every ship be as versatile as pos- that developed while setting the tif k r Nt r

concern with the necessary sible it is impractical for a single record.A .

balance between modernizationand type to fulfill all requirements. crewmember aboard the

new construction. It is a Multi-purpose forces composedof submarine USS Ronquill (SS-
carefully calculated portion of various types of ships are required 396), Jolly keeps in shape by doing -
the ships and equipment requiredfor to perform this wide 500 sit ups and 500 pushups
the Navy to meet its ever variety of tasks and combat every day.
changing commitments in an un- operations. These include strike,
settled world today' and tomor- antisubmarine, amphibious, mine
'
row." warfare and logistic support "frfi V'VjWrt *V ij VS*tSiSvifrT- fr'7'l' '* fir
George W. Anderson, Jr.. forces. ; **tj iJ/v"*%? >*> w 'g .yy v S ?
>
.Admiral ff TTOrm
Chief of Naval Operations -

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The U. S. Navy is required to PROTESTANT
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provide and maintain forces cap- 0830-Holy Communion, All
able of supporting National For- Saints' Chapel0430Naval
eign Policy under all conditionsof t Hospital Chapel
possible conflict; general war, 0930-Service of Divine Wor-
limited war, or cold war. ship, All Saints' Chapel
TO DO THIS THESE FORCES 1100-Service of Divine Wor-
must be capable of accomplishingcertain ship, All Saints' Chapel

basic functions: CATHOLIC

TO DETER-To prevent and Sunday
discourage acts which are 0630-Naval Hospital Chapel
against the interest of the t"U 0900 & 1200-St. Edwards
United States and the Free Chapel.

World, and to deter gen- Weekdays
eral war. Monday Through Friday
TO STRIKE-To seek out and 0630-St. Edwards Chapel
destroy forces which 1615-King Hall.

threaten our use of the Saturday0900King

seas in time of war and to Hall :::t'Careless
prevent the enemy from CALLED Confessions are heard from
exploiting the seaways. 1900-2000 and before Masses. Care walking took UI toll
should be the pedestrian's goal.



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15 November 1962 JAX AIR NEWS Pago 3,



Navy's Bank Does 1.5




Billion Business AnnuallyWhen


;
a Navy man "takes out" an allotment, requestingthat
a certain sum of money be deducted from his pay and

sent to his family, to his insurance company or to other

designated persons or organization- he uses the Navy's
"hln.....u.i..."
Perhaps he isn't aware of the
size and scope of the "bank" or military were preparing to make
that its the weekend journey to Cleveland -
17 officers, 20 enlisted
and records
and Equipment
men 868 civilian workersare
,b"' SA, t y''Atk extremely conscious of the were carefully packed and read-
contribution which their services ied for shipment. In all, three

make to his morale. And he may I freight cars and 53 moving vans

not know where the bank is lo- were required.
cated. By Monday morning the trans-
RETIRED ferred employees were at their
NAVY PERSONNEL,,
< A desks in the new office with the
of
,:. course, are wellacquaintedwith
.t : the unfinished work they had left
postmark on the en-
\4 # ;I : velope containing their monthly in Washington in their baskets
ready for them to pick up where
; : check. But to many Navy men
6 it will come as a surprise to they left off. They hadn't misseda
step and there were no delays .
learn
that the "bank", the Navy
4 Finance Center, is located .in in issuing checks.

; Cleveland, Ohio, and has been located Once established, the Field
h S there since 1942. Branch grew steadily and by 1945

In fact, the Finance Center this had reached its peak of more

i year is observing the 20th an- than 4,000 persons of whom
niversary of its relocation from about two-thirds were military

.. D.C. and of personnel. The offices had spread
; Washington, as part
... its observance seeks to make itself into an annex building, then into
S\ better known throughoutthe another building. Two hotels had
been converted to WAVES bar-
Navy.
::. racks.
PERHAPS MANY WILL

< WONDER why such a large Navy WITH THE END OF THE

operation is not located in Wash- WAR Navy men returned to civilian -

ington or in a coastal city near life by the thousands and

its natural habitat, the ocean. the Field Branch began to shrink.

Actually, events leading to the By 1950 it had a little over a

% ;r* Center's relocation to Cleveland thousand persons on board and
occured during the early days of most were civilians.In .
y t World War II. The smoldering
ships at Pearl Harbor hadn'tcooled 1950, with the outbreak of :
{ the Korean conflict, the Center
'
a ti ; off before it became ap-
parent that Washington, with its again expanded, but this time
FRONTIER DAYS Is the theme for the NAS Officers' Club high concentration of military with quiet efficiency, then con-
big charity affair set for this Saturday evening from 1800-0100. "Frontier Days"Theme tracted as the emergency sub-,
Here the Can-Can girls hold their final practice before the big offices, presented an inviting tar- sided.
event. They will be Just a small part of the entertainment for get. President Roosevelt, there- Early in 1955 the name
the evening. A $2.00 admission charge will include the enter. of JOWC fore, called for decentralization was changed from Field Branch,
tainment, dancing and games and a chuck wagon dinner. of certain activities from the Bureau of Supplies and Accounts,

Charity AffairThere's Washington area, and in accordance to U.S. Navy Finance Center with

with this plan, the Pay- resppnsibility directly to the
Details On Unique VTOL not much time left master General of the Navy decided Comptroller of the Navy.
to obtain donation tickets for to trim four divisions from
Since then the Finance
Center
the NAS Officer's Club Frontier
:
-
the Bureau of Supplies and Ac- has refined its
celebra- steadily methodsand
Days" charity counts and relocate them in another -
tion which will take systems to achieve greater'economy
Aircraft Given DOD place
By of the
this Saturday evening from part country as ,a and efficiency. Its con-
18000100.A field branch. version from clerical-EAM equip-
Two men, a Naval officer anda ment to electronic date process-
The Navy has released details on a technical proposalfor GALA EVENING in the old
civilian, were assigned the Her- ing has been considered one of
a vertical-take-off-and-landing (VTOL) aircraft to be west manner is planned for all
culean task of finding a suitable the best planned and smoothest
built by Bell Aerosystem Division of Bell Aerospace Corp. who attend. Can-Can girls, mu- .location and transferring the conversions known. The transferof

The Department of Defense announced that Bell had been sical comedy acts, chuck wagon four divisions. The men traveledto more than a million recordswas

chosen for further negotiation on the Navy-managed portionof dinner, dancing and games are Chicago, looked dyer the Mer- carried out without a hitchor

the tri-service VTOL program.A all included in the $2.00 admis- chandise Mart, took a trip northo delay in mailing checks, and
COMPACT HIGH PERFORMANCE sion charge. Milwaukee and then to five the
load of cargo or instruments. on new system has resulted in
AIRPLANE, the Wingspan of the aircraft will Donation tickets are also avail- other cities and finally to Cleve- an annual savings of more than
proposed Bell-design D2127 is a be 39.2 feet. It will be 36.3 feet able at $.50 each or a book of land. In the end, Cleveland was $150,000.The .

dual-tandem, ducted propeller long and 16.3 feet high. Weight eleven tickets for $5.00. chosen for reasons of location,
VTOL craft. It will be poweredby will be in the 15,000poundrange. These donation tickets entitle facilities and potential man- mission of the Finance

four General Electric T58 It is expected that the the lucky holders to many fine power. Center is essentially the same,

turboshaft engines. The engines, aircraft will be capable of flyingat gifts. One of these gifts is a tripto THE TASK OF DISASSEM- as .it was in 1942-providing fin-
rated horsepower each, Nassua via Mackey Air Lines ancial services to Navy personnel
at 1,250 speeds up to 350 miles per BLYING the intricate financial
are mounted on either side of the hour. for a three-night stay for two mechanism and reassemblying it scattered around the globe, including -

fuselage at the after end of the at the Nassau Harbour Club on 350 miles without inter- payment of allotmentsand
,
The VTOL airplane'will be away
Fleet Reserve and retired
is trans- the modified American plan
airplane. Engine power used in a Navy-managed Tri- rupting the vital flow of opera-
mitted through an interconnected Service research program to ex- which includes room, breakfastand tions was then undertaken. In pay.

system of shafts to drive the plore the mechanical and aero- dinner, plus! $50 cash. Cleveland efforts were made to Other functions of the Center

propellers.The lynamic problems associated with OTHER GIFTS ARE TWO civilian workers and military who now include the auditing of ship

airplane is designed to the design, construction and test- CASES OF WHISKEY a case of would come from Washingtonand and overseas activities paymentof

take off vertically, shift to nor- ing of the dualtandenr, ducted wine, a $50 gift certificate, a to recruit clerical and secre- annuities to beneficiaries of

mal horizontal flight, and hover propeller designs, and to evalu- radio, two large ornamental tarial help locally. By the end deceased retired personnel, settle-
and land vertically while main- ate its military potential. sculptures, sport coat and slacks, of the week 150 persons had ment of claims and the collec-

taining the conventional horizontal Schedules call for the deliveryof cashmeere sweater, a turkey anda been hired, and by December the tion of overpayments.It .
position. This is accomplishedby the first VTOL research air- gift cheese box. figure had reached 300.
all adds to billion anda
a
the four ducted propeller units craft to the Bureau of Naval All proceeds from the Frontier In the meantime in Washington up
half dollars worth of businessa
which rotate to a verticle posi- Weapons 25% months after work Days event will be given to 450 civilian workers and 370
tion to provide lift for takeoff gets underway. The second research charity-one-half to Jacksonville year, making the Navy Finance
Center of Cleveland's larger"industries"
and 'landing and serve as lift aircraft is scheduled for charity and one-half to Navy foundation.The one

surfaces (wings) during forward delivery four, months later. charities such as Little League, event is sponsored by the .

flight. Girl Scouts, Arts and Craft, Navy I Jacksonville Officer's Wives "
I Club. Cop: "Who killed him?
PILOTED BY A TWO-MAN This is the season to count our Hospital, Claussey Foundation "
CREW, the aircraft is expected blessings-blessings freedom ma- (scholarship fund for dependentsof Co-Chairman for Frontier Daysare Lovely witness: "Search me.
to"be capable of carrying six kes possible. Enrich them today. deceased Navy personnel) and Mrs. J. D. Sullivan and Mrs.S. Cop: "Business before pleasure. -

passengers or a 1,200 pound pay- Buy U. S. Savings Bonds! the Navy-Marine Residence H." Tolins. ."


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Hopkins Sails IchiBonTo VA-44 Sets


I Greater Jax Honors Pace; AC'sInto JAX AIR SPORTS

NEWS
!
Bill Hopkins not only wrapped up the Cruiser Class ThirdTwo
Championship in the Fall series of local sailing, but by

compiling a 79.3 per cent performance average in the Navy American League IM :
Jax Sailing Club's 33 year old whaleboat "Ichi-Bon", won
Volleyball wins found VA-44
the OTHER Greater WINNERS Jax Sailing WERE Chamnionshin.Eric .. defeating O&R and A/C Maint NL Title Goes To

to grow with over 40 active rallying over Boat Branch'lastTuesday
Honour in the Sunfish Class and
George Monthan in the Open members to date and 16 active in matches held at the AF679th GridmenAF679th
craft. Mainside gym.
Personnel
Class. V. F. Anderson, Charlie interested in
Gray and Tom Knowles were joining the Club activities are invited VA-44's win placed them at became the 1962 IM touch Football Champs of

close runners up in the Rhodes to see Hopkins at the Club the top of the league's race with the National League after they toppled VAP-62, 18 to
Bantam Class. Building just West of the Blue- a record of five wins and no nothing in their last game of the season Wednesday, November -

The winners of each of the jacket's Inn on Black Cove. losses while A/C Maint's victory 7.Exercise.

championships were pitted i moved its standing into third. THE AIRMEN ENDED the sea
each other in Tri- with son with a perfect mark of
i against the Champion Diver place a 2-0 record. At
Club Championships conducted seven wins and no losses while
' In their first with O&R VAP-62 suffered its
November 10-11 at the Florida game sixth loss.
Yacht Club. Out the Hornetmen took a darting Health Club The first six points of the
Working
lead of nine
straight points
The next Regatta of interest to giv- game were scored when James
Navy Jax sailors is the Gator ing up only three tallies to their This WinterThe Ring, tailback threw a 10yardpass

Bowl Regatta to be held on In Indoor PoolHolt opponents. The squadron men to George Hoke who scamp-
continued their pace in the re- ered down-field for
December 30-31. chill of winter's wind 20-yards for
maining minutes of the
THE SAILING CLUB continues Maness Jr., a three- game will soon drive the outdoor the touchdown.
scoring six more points to win
year Florida State Championof the match 15-3. exercisement indoors at least Using the same play, but onlyto
the three-meter diving for the runners and individ- the right side of the field, the

PutteringAround class is now preparing at the The second game was a much uals whose exercise demands Airmen again scored with the
NAS Indoor Swimming Pool closer fought battle as both flexing the muscles.IF combination of Ring and Bill

for the National Indoor Div- teams exchanged the lead. How- YOU FALL INTQ this latter Hougard, right halfback.In .

ing Meet and the AAU matches ever, in the last two minutes of category and dread muscle- the third.period, Ring again
up and coming. play, VA-44 served five straight stiffening outdoor weather, visit showed his passing skills throwing
The second round of the Annual
Behind the coaching of Joe points to cap the win 15-8. the NAS Health Club located in a 25-yard pass to Lee Wor-
Club
NAS Golf Champion
Gerliech, a 1956 Olympic diving Bldg. 514, the Indoor Pool.A ley, left end, who ran 20 mo.e
found Lew Gifford at the Maint's first
ships A/C game was a
champion, Holt has come a long look at what's available yards for the TD.
reveals
top as the winner of the Station run-a-way as its netmen smashed -
Championship flight defeating way winning the 1960-61-62 AAU over 14 back-to-back points, barbells (ranging from two The AF679th.team is now wait-
Jack Stevens 4 to 3 duringthe Diving Championships in the one allowing the Boat Branch team and a half pounds to 500 lbs.) to ing for the playoff with the top
and three-meter
final round last Sunday at 'He has diving classes. only one showing on the scoreboard exercising bicycles, medicine American League Team, the game
the NAS Golf Course. honors in also won many other 15-1. In the second gamer balls, parallel bars, dumbbells, which will determine the 1962
Other winners of the N A S local tournaments; the score weaved back and forth I jump ropes, vibrating machines, Intramural Touch Football
first place in the Senior Men'threemeter s ;
tourney are Bernie Parker of the in a tight defensive battle until rowing machines a complete set Champions.A .
diving meet at Moul-
First Flight who downed Larry trie Ga. and A/C Maint scored the last four of Olympic weights, workout deciding game for the Am-
at the Greater
horse
McClaran by a two to one score; Jacksonville Swimming Meet points in a row to win the match, chinning bars .and wall erican League Title was played

in the Second Flight Burt Mar where he also took the first place 15-9. pullies.' yesterday between the Marines
ris took the winning honors by honors in the three-meter event. Sweat gear can be obtained and VA-44. That result was not
out putting and driving Frank At the Tallahassee Invitational either by the week, a cost of 75 available at press time. However

Miller by a two to one score; and Diving Meet, he took one first, Golf League cents, or daily just for the cost should the Marines have
Charles Fields won the Third of cleaning.The won it would place the race intoa
one second and two third place
Flight by having a two to one awards. I Health Club is open to all three-way tie among the

mark over John Van Auken. 'In 1962 he participated in theY StandingsFollowing servicemen, active and retired, Marine, VA-44 and Hospital -

M C A Athletic Achievementtests are the top five putting and their dependents from 1100 all with 6 wins 1 loss records.If .
CeramicDemonsfrafon to 0002, VA-44 won, the Hornetmen
given throughout the United and driving leaders in the Monday through Friday,
States and scored a perfect t National and American Leagues and from 1200 to 2000 on Sun- are then the American League

score of 500 to top the local par- of Intramural Golf.AMERICAN days and holidays. winners.
A demonstration on the uses ticipants and to become one of
of ceramic stains and glazes will the four in the Southeastern LEAGUE

be presented Sunday, November States to make a perfect score Team L W SportsScene'n

18, from 1300-1700 in' the Cer- He was nominated 10th in the 1. Hospital "A" 4 1
amics Department of the NAS nation out of 15,533 boys and 2. FAW-11 3 1 Heard
The demonstratorswill third in the Nation in
Hobby Shop. his class 3. VP-30 "B" 2 2 .
be Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Any person interested in divingcan
4. A/C Maint (tied) 1ft 2%
Samaan of the Art Ceramics Holt The University of Miami of Florida has
received
Dolphin see on Wednesdays and 5. Marine Brks. (tied) 1% 2% the first
in Daytona Beach, Fla. Sundays at 1830 in the Indoor post-season bowl bid. New York City's Gotham Bowl ex-
Refreshments will be served. Pool, Bldg. 514. NATIONAL LEAGUE tended the invitation last week. Having played Alabama
Team L W last Saturday, the Hurricane's face number one Northwesternon

Picker Ed WriterIn 1. VA-176 4 0, November 23 Little St. John's of Minnesota is the
2. VAP-62 2 0 first undefeated team of 1962. The Johnnies have already

3. VA-44 3 1 completed their nine-game schedule without a loss Dart-
Three Way TieAfter 4. ComFairJax 1 1 mouth College is the stingiest team in the country through
5. VP-30 "A" (tied) 1 3 the first six games.. The Hanover .Indians have allowed only ,
nine
a week of many upsets, three of the Pigskin Pickers 6. Hospital "B" (tied) 1 3 points.

closed the gap in last week's gridiron selections ending in a EX-HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION Floyd Patterson re-
tie for first place. The tie was among the Guest Picker LCD turned last week from a tour of Europe. Patterson, still

Ralph D. McClure, the Editors and the Sports Writer, al NATTU SportsRoundup smarting after the defeat by Sonny Liston, wore dark
with ten right out of the fifteen picks. Athletic Director glasses and a phony beard during the trip.E. .

Frank McCaffrey came close behind with eight right. E. "Rip" Miller, Navy's assistant Director of Ath-
This week's Guest Picker is J. G. Wilson of the Admin letics has seen all 36 Navy-Notre Dame games. Rip also
Department. Games for the coming week are; Alabama- was the man who talked Capt. Bill Busick into going to

Georgia Tech, Army-Pittsburg, Florida-Florida State, Iowa By D. W. Warren JOSN the Naval Academy 20 years ago. Capt. Busick is now
Michigan, LSU-Mississippi State, Michigan StateNorthwestern Miller's boss at the USNA.
Minnesota-Purdue Texas A&M-Rice Miami OhioCin Blanked in most Instramural
( THE INTRANATIONAL AMATEUR Basketball Federa-
cinnati, Washington-UCLA, George Washington-Syracuse, Sports, the Support Services Golf tion has called off this year's World Championships.

Ohio State-Oregon, Tennessee-Mississippi, Wisconsin-Illinois, team provided a welcome change Scheduled for Manila the games became entangled in too
Nebraska-Oklahoma State. as they emerged on top in NATTU's much political red tape.

WILSON EDITORS MAC DODDS tion. Intramural Golf competi Sam Snead, who is defending the Canada Golf Cup
Alabama Alabama Alabama Alabama Championship in Buenos Aires with Arnold Palmer is play-

Army Florida Army Florida Florida Pittsburg State Army Florida State They won over MAD, AE ing in Argentina for the first time in 21 years. Time does
Michigan Iowa Iowa Iowa "Blue," "Gold" and AO Schools, fly by.
LSU LSU LSU LSU finishing the double round robin The 3rd Missile Bowl, the inter-service unofficial foot
Northwestern Northwestern Michigan State Northwestern schedule with a 6-2 record. ball championship, at Orlando, Florida, will match Ft. Ben-
Purdue Purdue Minnesota MinnesotaRice ning against either the
San
Diego Marines or Pensacola
Rice Rice Rice Team captain is G. E. Holz, Navy. The is scheduled
game for
M. Ohio M. Ohio Cinclnattl M- Ohio December 15th.
WashingtonSyracuse UCLA Walhington' WashingtonSyracuse TD2. Other members are Cdr.T. Army, which closed out its home season against Okla-
Syracuse Syracuse E. Greenwood, Lt. N. L. Hol- homa State, has 13 different players in the.scoring column.
Ohio State Oregon Ohio State Ohio State loway, Lt. W. S. Mull, CWO-4 M. When the New York Titans
players checks "bounced"last
Tennessee Mississippi MississippiWisconsin MillllllppiWilconlln pay
J. Van Auken and David B.John
Wisconsin Wisconsin week, it caused one sage to remark, "It's the first time
. Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska Nebraska son, TD2. a pro team ever got less than a college club.




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November 1962
JAX AIR NEWS PageS

BluejacketsInn "0" Club Events


Doin's { { Friday November 16
r
Luncheon 1115-1345.
Thursday November IS
Happy Hour 1530-1800.
Dancing FeatUring-Carl Boyd Dinner 18002130.I
And' the Rhythm Kings at 2000-
Dancing in Dining Room with
2400.
Kay Ryan Trio 2000-2400.
Dance Tryout --r r the Sunday t
Y
'Talent Show Will Start at 55 Saturday November 17

2200. Luncheon 1115-1345.

Saturday, November 17 Happy Hour 1530-1800. .
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4 ;
Dance Featuring-Phil .
Cay And \ Dinner 1800-2100. ,
The Chantels at 2100 to 0100. Frontier Night 1800-2400 with

Sunday November 18 Entertainment, Games and Fa

Dance Featuring-Carl Boyd 55 x vors. ;i
And The Rhythm Kings at 1400to Q' Sunday November 1Q

1800. Brunch 115-1345. j j

Family Buffet 1800-2100. !
Talent Show-At 1400. '.

Tuesday November 20 CHANGING COMMANDS-Boy Scout Troop 131'i sponsorship changed hands last Friday Monday November l4
November 9, in the office of Capi. James R. Compton (left), CO of NAS, as ho turned over the
Registration For Sunday Nights troop to Capt. H. D. Allen, CO of NATTU. Present for the occasion were the troop's scoutmaster Luncheon 1115-1345. ]!
Talent Show at 1400. Ton Navarre. AEC (dressed In his scouting attire) and Lt. Cdr. C. L. Haverty chairman Happy Hour 1530-1800.

Happy Hour-1700 and 1800. of the troop's scout committee. The scouts are now meeting in Bldg. 550 every Monday at 1900. Dinner 1800-2100.

Wednesday November 21 Boys, ages 1114 Interested in Joining the troop may attend a meeting or may call Lt. Cdr. Game Night 2030.
Haverty at Ext. 488. Also, any servicemen interested In becoming Adult Leaders or Assistant
Game Night-2000. Scoutmasters are invited to contact Lt. Cdr. Haverty. Tuesday, November 20

Luncheon 1115-1345 in the St.
Johns Room with All Wives
A Bad DriverYou
IflT11AfrIjII Bridge at 1230.

Happy Hour 1530-1800.
can tell a bad driverhe'seasy
to spot Dinner 18002100.St. .
CornerNavy
By the things that he does which i Johns R o o m-Duplicate
;r good drivers do not. Bridge at 2000.Wednesday.
Wives Club #86 held
if For instance, he weaves, and he their business meeting on November 21

darts and he swerves, November 7 at the Dewey Park Luncheon 1115-1345.
He crowds you on straight roads Clubhouse. Mrs. Judy Lindsey
Hour
Happy 1530-1800.
and passes on curves.A from San Diego and Mrs. Josephine -
f y 't STOP never stops him, and I Burgess from Sanford were Dinner 1800-2100.

: warnings don't warn. i. welcomed as transfers. Thursday. November 22

He never-no, never! stops blow- Reports were given by all Dinner 1130-1430 and from 1630-
.
S. sIUt ing his horn. chairmen. The group voted to 2000.

You can tell the bad driver-he give three Thanksgiving baskets Reservations Required-$2.50
makes your heart fail through the NAS Chaplain. per person with Roast Vermont

By driving at sixty, two feet Mesdames Carol Brannan, Ruth Turkey and Baked Smithfield
tail. Ham. '
from your Skapyak, Mary Franklin, Nan ,
His signals are something there'sno Wernet, Sue Day, Ellen Day and
use in scanning Ruth Reese will be cohostessesfor

;}.5555f }5:;.>t ;ii rr C\'fi,oy4 };} io-r.ra'. : '! You never can tell just what he the annual Thanksgiving Din- Classified:

is planning.You ner and Dance which will be heldat > I ,
:, can tell the bad driver, the Clubhouse this Saturday ,I

'most anyone could. evening. FOR RENT l
.4 Jax Beach-3 bdrm. furn, 1 % bath,
But you can't tell them nuthin'that Norman Clyde from the Credit $80. per mo. call RA 4-7385.

does any good Union will be guest speaker at lakethore-Unfurn, 2 bdrm. houif, kit
- S_ -Berton Braley the November 28 meeting.The equip, $60. per mo. call EV 9-8357..
Riverside-Will share, 2 bdrm apt; wo-
next regular meeting will man only call 384-4285. i

be held on December 5. Furn Apt-Riverside area, 3 rmi, 1 bath,
Ideal local I, 751 King Street.
> r
Furn Apt-Riverside area, 4 rmi, $70.
55 S55r
55 45 5' A very shrewish woman had per mo. call FL 9-6782.

+ her husband brought to court i Furn Apt-5 rmi, kit, liv rm, $75- per
) \ 55S5 c 5555'55 / charging him with desertion."Is mo. call FL 9.6782.AvondaleGarage.
Apt, 1346 WolfeSt.
'S p55'F2 this true, sir?" the judge ., call after 1700 on weekend.,
demanded. "Are you a wife-de- Attleboro Ave.-2 bdrm, low rent,' call
EV 9-4250-
serter?" FOR SALE

Knott Drive-3 bdrm, 2 bath, house,
"Your honor, the man replied, call 7716093.

"if you knew my wife, you'd THIS 'N' THAT

5 know I'm no deserter I'm a Riders Wanted Riverside or MurrayHill
kr area, hours 0800 to 1630 call Dot
7 t'4 refugee! LaPan Ext 617 or 348.
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BIG CELEBRATION was the order of the evening on Friday and Saturday evenings as r
local Marines celebrated the 187th Anniversary of the founding of the United States Marine

Corps. (In top photo) Colonel Frank R. Porter. Jr., the Commanding Officer of MARTD performedthe
cake-cutting ceremony at the Staff.Noncommluioned Officers Ball on Saturday at the Roose
velt Hotel. (Above) Rear Adm. Joseph M. Cars an. Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville/NAB 6ND,
Mrs. Carson Mrs. Porter and CoL Porter admire the cake at the Ball held for officers at the
NAS Officer's Club. (Right) Lt. Col Joseph Heitzler, CO NAS Marine Barracks wields the saberon
the cake at the enlisted men's dance at the Buejacket's: Inn.



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..at .}. 4. DoD Outlines True


Facts Of Cuba CrisisThe
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Cuba taken from "Cuba: Questions and Answers (DoD Pam
>A..k; :i1 J'i{a J 'rr Gen-2)). The pamphlet was prepared with the assistance of

the Department of State to give the true facts of the situa-

tion, presented as answers to some questions that you, as an

American, may ask or be asked.
-
THE BACKGROUNDHow the Cuban people supported his
s> gf did the Cuban situation revolution when he assumed

reach the crisis point? The back- in 1959.
Tkr' power January Castro
ground shows the main steps in deliberately deceived the Cuban
a the three and one-half years of
rT people until he was firmly in
its development from a widely power, and then betrayed tneir
applauded revolution against a trust Cuba
by turning, over to
t local dictatorship, to the imposition the Communists. Castro boldly
'
{oY24Cf dr}: i' 'p Yc y'
of a Communist regime, to admitted his deception of the

the erection of Soviet missile Cuban people in a speech whichhe
bases with offensive nuclear weapons delivered December
on 2,
threatening the United

States and Latin America. But is 1961.As
this the whole story? early as 1957 the United
States Government expressed its
CASTRO GAINED CONTROLof
"FIGHTING E"-Walier Cronkite, CBS News correspondent narrates the story of two of Cuba concern over political unrest in
by enlisting the supportof
America's most famous warships, the USS Enterprise of World War II and her nuclear.power> Cuba. In 1958 we suspended arms
ed successor of the same name (background) on the "Twentieth Century". Sunday, November Cubans against the Batista shipments to the Batista government -
at 1800 on Jacksonville, WJXT. Television 4. dictatorship, and the majority of which, in disregard of en
... .. -- -
CI&E Gives Info Air Force Helps had agreement used with them the to United combat States the,

revolutionary movement headed
On Tuition Aid
Kids Get "North by Fidel Castro. When the Cas-
Naval Personnel interested in
tro regime came to power in
furthering their education Pole" Letters f U'rJL 1959, the United States looked
through off-duty high school or
it with sympathy
[ upon recog-
college classes may contact the During the Christmas Sea- 1 nized it almost immediately, and

CI&E Center, Bldg. 955 to obtain son, U.S. Army, Navy and Air welcomed its promises of political
information on the Navy's Tu- Force personnel again
may freedom and social justice for the
ition Aid Program.In make sure their children geta willingness to discuss Cuba's eco-
accordance with Bupers real letter from Santa
uban people. We made clear our
Inst 1560.10C of March 23 partial Claus postmarked "Santa
nomic needs. Despite our concernat
tuition assistance may be grantedto Claus House, North Pole, the Cuban regime's mounting

personnel in some cases. Alaska." hostility toward the United States

., Following success of the past and its growing communist tend-

n )Jf ;::3\; seven year's Santa Letter pro- encies, we attempted patientlyand
gram, in which more than 26.000 consistently from eary 1959

I ply.Qz' : : letters have been re-mailed to until well into 1960, to negotiate

p. service children, members of; De- differences with the regime.
". tachments I of the 55th Weather
Eiel- ELEMENTS IN THE CASTRO
reconnasissance squadron at
; son Air Force Base in Alaska have VP-30' JFK RETIRES-James F. Kennedy, ADRC. re- movement were engaged in anti-
volunteered to make tired from the Navy in October after completing a quarter ofa American activities even duringthe
again help
century of service. Prior to being "piped over the side, revolution against Batista.
this Christmas a memorable one Kennedy inspected the squadron at quarters and then with
for kids. These far-north Air the traditional call of the Boatswain's pipe filling the air he Soon after it came to power in

Weather Service weathermen will "went over the side", through a line of sideboys composedof 1959, the Castro government
his fellow chief officers. turned its
use their free time to forward petty away from previous

Santa Claus letters to childrenall promises, permitted Communist
influence to grow, attacked and
: a ? over the world.
Here's the way it works. You persecuted its own supporters in

write a letter to your child and Cuba who expressed oppositionto
A:o kfi sign it Santa Claus. Address the communism, arbitrarily seized

United, States properties, and
letter to your youngster and af-
made series of
fix the proper return air mail a a baseless'charges
against the United States. It ignored -
postage from Alaska.
rejected, or imposed impossible -
Place the letter or letters ina
larger envelope and address it conditions on repeated
United States offers to
to Santa's Mail Bag, care of De- cooperateand
.. In 1960 Cuba
> negotiate. established -
.
tachment I, 55th Weather Re-
connaissance Squadron, APO 937, close political eco-

Seattle, Washington. Add the nomic, and military relationshipswith
the Sino-Soviet bloc while
-V air-mail ,
proper postage and dropit
the vehem-
Increasing paceand
in the mailbox. A few days
of its and attacks
ence measures -
later your child will receive his
the United States.In .
against
"< or her own letter from Santa,

: complete with authentic p o s t- mid-1960 the United States

>etw. mark because a few miles from and its allies initiated a series of
Eielson AFB is office of-
a post measures as a deliberate responseto

.. ficially called "Santa Claus House HORNETMAN RETIRES-Walter E. Dodge, AMS1. is piped Communist efforts to establisha
w tj AK x North Pole.A over the side during ceremonies held November 1 at VA-44. He beachhead for subversion in
{ deadline of December 15 has was given a letter of commendation by Cdr. L. H. Elliott. XO this hemisphere. The United
r Ss kr ,,F> been for mailing'letters of the squadron, that lauded his work in the Airframes Division.In .
set toSanta's
+ the letter it was noted that his leadership ability and personal States prohibited the further im-
.: Twat E, Mail Bag, to permit re- conduct had made a noteworthy contributon to the morale of the port of Cuban sugar into this
,
ceits of the remailed letters by men and the accomplishment of the squadron's mission. country. Exports except for cer-

Christmas Day.Marine, tain foods and medicines humanitarian
on -
I want a bottle of pop, said

I mite, plunking grounds were prohib-
.
> YA,3t
.k b
II s Xr' Corps on the counter. ited soon afterward. In Febru-

I I S' ary, 1962, the President made the
; % :Sriy t r+ costs 10 cents," said the
Raises embargo substantially complete,
Age .
extending the import prohibitionto
youngster asked for a indirect as well as direct pur-
Limit For DeS bar and received the same chases.

The Marine Corps has upppedthe IB."I He selected several other
and told that each
was cost
maximum age limit for college The Veterans Administration
.. Finally the boy turned
,
i graduates on active duty advises veterans to think about
TEENAGE BEAUTY-Eight. who want to apply for Officer disgust and started to leave. changing their GI. term insur-

teen-year-old Patricia Woodell Candidate Course of the Aviation left your nickel on ance to ordinary insurance. Most

landed a singing-acting con- Officer Candidate program. Fu- counter," the storekeeper WWII veterans are nearing their

..tract after with graduating Warner Bros.from shortly high ture applicants must be less than fortieth birthday, if not past it,

schooL She will make her TV 30 by July 1 of the year in which I' keep it," the lad snapped, and at that age terminsurancecosts

debut on the Cheyenne Show. they are commissioned. worth no thin'." begin to rise sharply.




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