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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 14, 1965
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised,
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ROMAN CATHOLICSt. qy

,,'. '" John R. Edwards, Jr.
Chaplain
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(. lids weekend the Naval I Air Station Jacksonville, celebrates

"" '";t .8.NAVAL Am Orricrn STATION t. {'. .r 1.t'U. : Naval Hospital the twenty fifth I anniversary i of its commissioning. During those

t. .1J .. ,\ .4I: J rJACMONVILI..IIONNA .. twenty five years: of service to the Naval Establishment and to
SUNDAY MASSES our country, civilian! and military personnel alike have worked
Hospital - - 0630St.
toward a common goal. During those years the goals have: changed
Edward'sChapel
- 0900 & 1100 from a contribution, in times of war, toward military victory to
a contritution toward national preparedness in times of peace.
October 15, 1965, marks the Twenty-fifth
Tomorrow and history of this Station and its
Anniversary of Jacksonville Naval Air Station. We, DAILY MASSESSt. The past present accomplishments
the personnel attached to the Station, will cele- Edward's: are not those of an inanimate piece of military real
brate the occasion by opening our gates to the. Monday thru Friday 1130 estate or physical properties, but of the men and women who have
citizens of Jacksonville on October 16-17, thus It has been the
and do make \ this military complex. John Doe's
enabling them to better understand our role in their Saturday - - 0900 up ; ;
community.In Naval Hospital: and Mary Smith's who have given unselfishly of themselves and
1205 of their talents, perhaps unconsciously at times and not always
-
Friday - -
a sense, it is not only the Navy's anniversaryin
Jacksonville, but also Jacksonville's anniversarywith to ultrubtically, but getting the job done to which they were as

the Navy. Our accomplishments are their accomplishments CONFESSIONSSt. signed.To .
for without the assistance of the Edward's : all those have gone forth from this Naval Air
citizens in this area, we could never have attainedour persionnetheir
present position as one of the finest naval establishments Saturday - 1900 2000 Station andla lives in the service of our country
on the east coast. -0815.0845 a chapel of this station is dedicated, All Saints Chapel. It is
Sunday - - ;
In this chapel and St. Edward's chapel that we give evidence that
1045
It is customary in celebrating an anniversary to look 1015 -
to the past, and we can take.great pride in the o. Hospital: Sunday - 0615 we truly are a people under God, and dependent upon the Providence
achievements of the Navy in Jacksonville in its and mercy of our Creator. It is in these Chapels that which we
twenty-five year history. However, we must never be offered Him
tasks whom
in our assigned may to we serve.
Instead, must let CATECHISM CLASSES
rest on our laurels. we yesterday's. doT
achievements spur us on to attain our. goals of to- Chapel Annex Building 722: "all those Saints who from their labors rest" and; those
morrow. Saturday's 1000 who have carried on in their ted a "Well l done, thou good a faithful I-
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Our mission, stated simply, is to support the Fleet, Servant.
just as the mission of the Fleet is to control the :.r.-- DIVINE/ SERVICES
seas. With the expansion of our existing tasks and 'j' .
the addition of more naval elements, the importanceof PROTESTANTAll -L\: 4 .
the mission of Naval Air Station, Jacksonville is ., Saints' Chapel

ever increasing. In Me Same Tradition .

So in our celebration, let us pay homage to our fore- ., ,
runners, but also look with great anticipation to the SUNDAY'S Columbus .1192
future. 0800 - Holy Communion

0930 & 1100 Divine Worship AStroaautS1985Er

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0930 - Chapel Annex l
Building 722 ,
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SECOND MONDAY of Each Month

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U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL

Sunday's - 1000

I[ Nitze Endorses WOW J 111 r:


"" Traffic ViolationsThe
Last fall President Johnson Advances in technology and aOyIE-.-'

eclared his "War on Waste"to related fields have made many

cut down on unnecessary expenditures longstanding practices and cus- following is a report of

and waste. toms obsolete. In order to com- motor vehicle accidents and tra- a AFPS
Today the increased costs of bat this form of wastefulness, ffic violations for the period ._.,w

supporting various operations Nitze urges leaders and man- Oct 5 through Oct 11.

throughout the world, and particularly Number of Accidents
at level
agers every to participate -
in Viet Nam, make it in the questioning of these This Week Oct 5 through Oct EditorialA

even more necessary that we areas. Acceptance of this chal- 11. . . . .3
apply our resources in the most Total Accident this through
lenge will lead to improvement year
efficient. and economical manner and innovation in areas that are Oct 11, '64 . . 198 vast portion of the earth's surface has been explored and -
possible.For mapped
wasteful and unnecessary. Number of Accidents through Oct in man's!! undying quest to exPlain the unknown. The search
this reason, Paul H. Nit 65 . . . .188 into the unknown today is
ze, Secretary of the Navy, has The Secretary of the Navy Total number of days since But, 473 years primarily directed towards outer space.
Italian
ago an
designated the period of Sept. also urges prompt command attention last injury in a motor vehicle desire to learn more i navigator was infected with a
27 Nov. 26 as "Open Season"on for immediate and accident he abo.utthe mass of water and land upon which
an . .30 lived'. lie wasn't satislfIed
wasteful and inefficient with knowing where man had been;
prac- ruthless elimination of wasteful Number of Violations he wanted to
beyond
go those
tices throughout the Navy and practices. Reports of all sub- This Week . . 38 lie, of course, WaS limits and see what was "over there."

Marine Corps. During this period stantial benefits through both Speeding . . .11 he found the land mass which Christopher Columbus and, in his quest::; ,
military and civilian person- "Campaign Wow" and "Open Reckless Driving. . 0 phere. is now known as the Western Ifemls-

nel at all levels are encouragedto Season" have been requested by Going through Stop Sign. .2 While in some ways, Columbus
examine the procedures and Nitze in accordance with theNavy's Other Violations . 25 explorers was much like our Present day
customs of their department to cost reduction program or Thirty-three drivers f mertl iia disadvantage not entirely prevalent today.
""" appeared
[ assess whether they are outdatedor Project Thrift directives. before the Traffic Hearing Board and TinSoductfon to Iw lies scientific i discoveries we have a preface
in
wasteful. at the held loss outer space. But Columbus was at
meeting on Oct a -- he had nothing. In
12. Dis position of the cases was sailIng into o01ivion. Most fact the consensus then was that he
Included the following: ten lost edge of the world. people figured the horizon Was the

driving and parking But with
privileges a- conviction
JTAX: AIR N"EW"SThe board station for various periods; umbus and about 88 men and undertook, probably, a certain sense of fear, Col-

two were assigned to completean to that of the, Nautilus a oya8ewhich could be comparedAsy
as it probed under the North Pole.
eight-hour
course in remedial each Oct. 12 rolls
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper driving at NATTC; drivingat pause and 1 reflect upon what around, many people in this hemisphere
was
accomplished Columbus and his
Jax Police by
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Academy; sixteen three small also
received covered Sf'hSL6 wonder how the natives Columbus -
suspensions; two were
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company Some
a
probably remember
history
given warnings; four dismissed lessons in
; school that Lief :
told of
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR seven fined(U.S. Commissioner); North America about Erickson's voyage to northeastern

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, and two referred to commanding 1I0ei :shin, a Chinese 1,000 A. D. and perhaps some have heard of

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon on Monday' before officers for possible disciplinaryaction. to what is now called Mexico Buddhist monk,who is supposed to have sailed

publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- i While Columbus in the 5th century A. D.
gets credit
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. have been many other for "discovering America" they may

Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries before him. But ,w matter hearty who souls who found this continent long

concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing remember that it took> actually 1 was the first we must
unknown. courage and fortitude to sail into the
Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida set
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,. WHEN NOT IN USEr In the next few years nodoubt/
Telphone3590:4040 or 3590271. we will
see 3-* rers
modern dayexp'1
TURN OFF reaching the moon,
bUilding
yo other undreamed ; space labs In the "outer limits" and
VOL23 NO:'31 Ocfofcer-14, ,1965: THE JUICE" Like the man of feats. !
we honor Leers
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(AFPS) quest knowledge of the unknown.
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J Program Attraction At2-Day Open House .



I The gates will open at 11 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday for one of the most extensive Open House
11 a.m.NAS celebrations ever held at NAS Jax.
Jacksonville gates open for 25th Anniversary cel-
ebration. Exhibits displayed in Hanger 113 and vicinity. The two day event, commemorating the commissioning of the Naval Air Station on Oct. 15, 1940
is dedicated to Vice Admiral Robert Goldthwaite. USN (Ret.). Adm. Goldthwaite. who served as Com-
I 1:15 Music
: p.m. by the Naval Air Station band in -
display area.
: mander, Fleet Air Jacksonville for 27 months, retired Sept. 30.THE .
2 p.m.Air Show Events Featured each day in the six- .... ".
'Co -- Photo Flash Loop by RF-8A Crusader jet hour open house will be a spectu- r
i -- High performance take-off and arrested landing by latest cular air show which is scheduled
,i Navy jet aircraft to begin at 2 p.m. and static
'l -- Parachute jumps by Jax Navy Sports Parachute Club displays in Hanger 113 and the
1 -- In flight refueling adjacent parking area.
-- The "Flying Professor," Capt. Dick Schram in his piper The Navy's Blue Angels will
cub. be headliners for the air show.
-- Charlie Hillard aerobatic in his built
manuevers specially The Angels will perform their
biplane r 1n low-level formation flying in the
-- Helicopter flight demonstration supersonic F-ll "Tigers."
-- "Blue Angels" U.S. Navy Flight Exhibition team In addition to the Blue Angels,
fleet aircraft will demonstratehigh
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performance takeoffs and ,
I(1t t other manuevers. The serial I
acrobatics, Charles Hillard,and
t the Flying Professor, Capt. j
: Open House Dedicated To Adm Richard Schram, USNR, (Ret.),
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,' will execute crowd thrilling,
The Open House and Air Show cated to Vice Admiral Robert low level manuevers in their
commemorating the 25th AnGoldthwaite who for 27 months small civilian aircraft.
served as Commander, Fleet The Naval Air Station Jack ... .\
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niversary of the Jacksonville Air Jax prior to his retirement sonville, Sport Parachute Club,
Naval Air Station, will be dedion Sept. 30. the "Vapor Trails," will give a
sky diving demonstration. Their
portion of the show will feature
Baton passing, free fall, and
Exhibits Range FromPaintings Intricate parachute manuevers.A .
static display area featuringthe
latest Navy aircraftweaponsand
exhibits depicting the day-to
To WeaponsExhibits day activities of the Navy.In .
addition to the military
exhibits, NASA is providing a
ranging from naval cal style. Surrounding the cake i f R series of displays from Cape
weapons and oil paintings to the will be an exhibit brought to the Kennedy concerning the Lunar
latest in naval aircraft and NASA Naval Air Station by NASA officials Apollo program.
space exploration equipment will at Cape Kennedy. The k.Ti Navy officials expect approxi-
be a highlight at the two-day exhibit portrays the United States mately 200,000 spectators to join
25th anniversary open house to- Lunar exploration effort, the :: 1 Naval Air Station personnel incelebrating
be staged at the Naval Air Sta "Apollo" program.An :( the Silver Anniversary. ,

tion.The open house and air show exhibit of Navy art is being NAVY'S "BLUE ANGELS" will be flying their Grumman .
commemorating the Silver An- flown into Jacksonville from F-ll "Tigers" during the air show, Oct. 16-17, commemoratingthe rw_ ",
niversary of the air station will Washington, D. C. These excel- 25th Anniversary of the Naval Air 'Station. None of the precision A-l
be held this Saturday and Sunday lent original canvases paintedby flying techniques that will be seen by visitors are class .
(October 16.and 17)). The station professional artist s for the ed as stunts because they are all orthe stock-in-trade of
Navy, have been selected from part
will the
gates open to public at Used CarsAt
11:00 A. M. each day and the the several thousand canvases in any fighter pilot tactical maneuvers. They are, however, done
air show, featuring the Blue the Navy collection. The art in close formation rather than individually and are, of course,
Angels, will start at 2 P.M. exhibits will be provided by the done at lower altitude/ than is normally the case. Flying the 91
Naval Hospital Naval Air will be the "Blues" leader, Cdr. Bob Aumack with Lt. Bob Me-

Center piece for the exhibit erhaul Technical and Training Repair Center Department, Ov-, Donough, flying 92 on the right wing; Lt. Clarence Hubbard, flying Duval MotorsOn
area at the Naval Air Reserve and other Navy organizations. In S3 on the left wing; and Lt. Frank Mezzadri, flying '4 in the
Training Unit, Hangar 113, will addition, the U. S.Exhibit Centerin "Slot" or "Tail-End Charlie"/ / position of their famous Diamond
be a 2,500 pound birthday cake. formation Included in other Lcdr. Dick Oliver,
is maneuvers are
Washington dispatching a San Juan
This cake is being baked by Navy -
cooks at the Naval Air Station selection of displays for the Silver flying 95, and Capt. Fred Craig, flying #6, as part of the maxi-
and will bedecoratedinthenauti- Anniversary Observance. imum performance routine. SEE OUR AD ON PAGE 5

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PART I IO.

Answers Questions on
What is the effect of Public

Public Law 89-205 A.Law 89-203 It will increase all civil

service retirement and survivor
Commission certain increases in Federal civil annuities having a ,commencingdate
Civil Service
The
an- which is no lAter than Dec-
service retirement system
has prepared a list of questions !
ember I, 1005.
and answers in an effort to answer nuities.
questions being received Due to the length of the ques- the annuit-
the will
many will be 0. By how mvrcti
they
and answers
89tions
about Public Law ies be increased?
205. The new law provides for found in two parts. A. Except explained in answer

. t 1.- to the next question, the increase
depends on the commencing date '
of the annuity: annuities which t
commenced on or before October 1 f ipiv :

1, 1956, will be increased by .
s t a
SPECIAL 111/0oa l r.; annuities whtrh commenced
FINANCING/ / after October 1, 1956,
FOR but no later than December 1,
SERVICE 1965, will be increased by 61/100/0./
PERSONNELNEW !
Q. What is the exception to
DIMES
ON 66 DISPLAY MODELS these percentage increases? Eight Week
A. In a few cases where a
BEST LOW PRICE COACHBETTERMerletteDOLLAR survivor annuity is payable to
GOOD! Champion Course Ends at NAS Jax
IN AMERICA a widow (or widower) of an em- .
ployee who died before February
I fOR DOLLAR nir 29, 1948, or to the widow (or The eight week Methods Engi- Federal Agencies the proven
FINEST MOBILE HOME BUILT widower) of an employee who neering Course sponsored by the management techniques found in
BEST! Melody AMERICA'S FINEST BUILT retired before April ,1948,these Bureau of Supplies and Accountsand their best managed civilian
QUALITY COACHES. annuities will be increased by conducted by the Supply counterparts.The .
\ lb%/ or $10 a month whicheveris was completed on
HOMES] Department DIMES program has been
ST
JOHNS MOBILE less. 1 October 1965. This training implemented at selected Naval
6263 ROOSEVELT BLVD. PH. 384.5584 Q. What is the effective date of provided the nineteen attendees Shipyards and Naval Air Stations ,
the annuity increase? with the technical knowledge throughout the country. The
I A. December I 1,19G5. necessary to implement DOD Philadelphia Naval Shipyard t
I Project DIMES (Develop Inter- Supply Department was chosen t tt
(PART'II NEXT WEEK) grated Management Engineering I
by BuSandA as a pilot activity t
Svstem ). This project gives of the DIMES
: 1J for the installation
I l1InOE program in Naval activities
and the Norfolk Naval Air Station
Supply Department has also
4i
pioneered the new approach.The .

J w TO Al'L CA'R OWNERS TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM purpose methods of the programis and install !

v 1 PREMIUM.BEER CHOICE CUT STEAKS to improve

'1 SAVE ON BETTER TIRES iJc?r ITALIAN SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI based manpower on engineered control standards.systems
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QUALITY Management can function more
... efficiently if accurate standardsare
available to establish man'
Premium Nylon our specialty" power requirements. The pro

GUARDIAN Full 4 Ply Blackv/Gll FRANK'DERICKSON gram emphasizes the techniques use of Industrial
Engineering

ADD 52. 95 In the Heart of Cedar Hills such as Time Study Time Work Measure'Sampling ''
Methods -
$16 ,
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All prices and cost limitations. The man j jPoge

; plus tax $ We 1& CoM power control reporting system
95 developed by using the DIMES
$1650 andrecoppafce 825 x 14 17 techniques is an excellent mana
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700 for planning
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WESTSIDE controlling production and fore'
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budgetary requirements.
casting
800 x 14 Be Sore To See Us Before You Buy A Used VW
Captain R. L. Watson, Supply
1 $ Officer of NAS Jacksonville
$ 50 has taken an active interest in
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735 x 14 19 1966 VW MODELS AT THE be using trained analysts to con
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TERMS MALL AUTO SHOW Department.
Supply are methods improve'ments,100coveragewith

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FIlONT-END ALIGNMENT $ 1963 Camper like new. . . .$1795 ards and installation of Systems a man*
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Front Wheels Inspect Lining, Clean, Inspect & Repack Wheel Bearings, 1962 .....
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1961 VW Sedans. . . . .$895 10:00: A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP
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Capt.; Wigelius Tells Of Mapping "If YnAski;; 5



.. Some of the personnel who will oft the new .,.

be observing the silver anniversary hospital, new ...,.--...

Air Station In Ford Trimotor of the Jacksonville Naval and larger "
special service
Air Station, have watched the rf
acitvitics this J
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\ growth of the base since was t
base will
"If continue -
commissioned 25 years ago.
brother of the late President
On the ocassion of the Naval an Aerospace and Industrial Engineer Ya Ask Us" inquired of five to be one
Ke.utedy, Joseph P.KennedyJr. '
Air Station's 25th anniversary with the Production Engineering action of these individuals "on the of the larger
Overhaul and} who was later killed in and "nicer"complexes neon
t, many people who are stationed Group, basis of the progress you have
at NAS Jax now may wonder what Repair Dept., began his naval career over England.The seen in the past, and the pre- on the East Coast

the base looked like in 1940. at the Naval Academy. lie captain's service endedin sent status of NASJax,what progress Robert R. Abbott
While we picture it as the graduated in 1932 with a BS degree 1917 when after 15 years as do you see for the future?" R Metals Inspection, oj )

bustling activity with its many in Engineering and. was commissioned a commissioned officer was Gaston Furman,Plant Division( my first tour of -imce
t sprawling activities,modern aircraft an ensign.As naval forced to retire due to physical 0 & R I came to work at the with VN-15 in duty
I and jets, there is one man one of the pioneer disablity. Nine years later after base on Oct. 4, 1940,about eleven September 1940
aviators in 1935, Capt. Wigelius
at NAS Jax who remembers it
{ graduating from the Universityof days beforeit's when the
served with one of the old NS1
.; .*I*" quite differently. "Yellow Peril" squadrons basedat Florida Law School and prac- station was r
When Frank E. Wigelius, Captain
ticing law full time, he returnedto commissionedand
i USNret.( ) saw the base in Pensacola, and also graduatedfirst his first love naval avia-
in his class from the Naval a t after retiring ;
t late 1939 it had only a few buildings tion when in 1956 he took his commisi
and
School of His instructor returning -
i which included the Supply Photography. present position with 0 & R. l '
f Bldg. and Bldg. 3, then the administration was Chief's Photo- as a
building for the grapher's Mate Lyman Goodnight .. civilian emAbbott
command. For at that time,Capt. (row Lcdr. ret.) who was a renowned Although he still practices law have ?, furman ployee I have seen great progres .
Wigelius was an aviator stationed Navy photographer. pan time and is associated with twenty five here as well as expansion in al
NAS In August of 1940, Capt. Wige- one of his former students, years, feel that we will continue
II with an Pensacola Ford Tri- activities. The future of ,
C. Black this until we have accomplish NA
,
motor Squadron that was assigned lius volunteered for service as Joseph Capt. Wige- progress lax seems almost )
officer lius plans to with the Navya all our goals. unlimited
the task of mapping operationsfor the first photographic at stay
while To the John W.Christman,Hobby Shop especially considering the nude
NAS Jax and surrounding NAS Jax with his headquarters longer. carry on
areas. In addition to mappingthe in the Operations Bldg. where Navy tradition, one of his three This base has come a long way ar age we are living in. I

site and helping to make the cafeteria is now located.He sons hopes to enter the Naval since January 1941 when we had Henry W. Fanning, Jr., Du '
ision 631 0 &
the mosaic, he also made one also became the first public Academy upon his graduationfrom N3N Steermans and some PBY's. that NAS, R, I feel sur
/ of the first landings with the relations officer for NAS lax high school. There was 'I lax will, within d> t
\ and had additional duties no hobby shop irr x next ten years, become a majo 1
I Ford Trimotor on the newly con as night i
i, structed runways. flying instructor with the Air When the Blue Angels perform as there is t,>. _, __ jet aircraft
; The trimotor plane which was Cadet Training Program that was their manuevers at the Open today, in fact J" \ overhaul and ,
used by the Navy in 1939and 1940 under the command of VAdm. House festivities this weekend, there wasn't \ "" supply depot ( ,

s i was an excellent mapping plane, Robert Goldthwaite, then a lieu- Capt. .Wigelius will think backto much of any- l and that the'; ,

but the process took considerably tenant commander. the time, 25 years ago when thing. Looking .. !i city of Jacksonville .\
longer than with the Navy's pre- Although he instructed many he landed his Trimotor Fordon into the future will ."'-
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j, sent A3B "Skywarrior". beginning pilots, one of his most the new runways at NAS Jax I think that all Christmanthe profit with us 1

Capt. Wigelius, who is now famous students' was the elder and mapped the infant station. old buildings will beTorn down from out continual y ,
r and new ones going up, like the growth. Fanning
new hospital. And being slightly There's many differences in th
I base now from when I reca
I prejudiced I'm hoping for a new
Hobby Shop where everything having duty here when the firs
CON8RATII'A710N be under one roof. six Steerman aircraft were officially (

Harry W. Webb, NAS Golf assigned to NAS Jax an
1 flown in from Kansas.
Course Along with the erection
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K. you're all set to make a 2500 pound cake. If it's a special cote

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I Historical Events Add,1f flavor To Air Station ''ICO's 'I




SPAW/SH/ AND ENGLISH/ FOUGHT ON ft s ___r __ htA US A- _

GROUNDS. . ___ .: -1L1 f- ..
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Karen Dlngman admires a stone ,, .,. .4, >> .-'',
plaque located at the bale ol A.one of the most 4 b
; 1 1l beautiful and oldest trees In This pan of the ( ; : _
l to the Inscription on the : _
country. According __ _____
: plaque, Pedro Menendez, found"er : _
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of St. Augustine, parleyed ; L4
with Delta, chief of the Timu-
-mgm quan Indian tribe, during the _

age of Conquest. Later on In __ __ ____ ___ __ I _
history, the site of this regal

oak served as headquarters for _________________________________
General Oglethrope of the British ,: _____ _
Army during his campaign _
against the Spanish at Fort _
Picolata, further up the St. .

John's' River. It was also here I _- : __________ j .
that American Forces aided by '
AI the President of the Republic t3( 4 ,'
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I of Florida, Uaunched\ an attack ,.
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against the Spanish in 1812. This
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into active .,
: area was not pressed :rpj
; military. service again until 1918, '
,i when on the present site an Army EARLY FL/GHTL/NE/ / LOOKS -j .-

: installation, Camp Ralph( E.John J DIFFERENT FROM TODAY. .r
ston. was located. And now, Former H NSince HI .- I
another honor could be added to
A typical flight line scene in
the oak tree's distinctive ,
past -
the of the naval air .
for this towering oak keeps its early days ''U : : '
it was commissioned October 15, twenty fived station shows' that the NRL Ryan
vigil over. a seemingly 25 year- years ago, MAS, Jacksonville,hj d 17 commanding officers. Trainers with their Information ri'
____ pilots ." WESCONNETT
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old infant, the Naval Air Station.FORMER i
Captain John R. Corns
\\I Mackroth, assumed duties as The Ryans which '
.. manding Officer on June 30,1,I s following (In the footsteps were here In 1941 are typicalof .,, ,
of Capatin Charles P. Mason, o served as the first corn- the t tyx of aircraft used to :." f FURNITURE eO.
___ manding officer of the station, October r 1940 until May train future aviators. The air DURING WWII DOGS PULLED, DUTY.AT. NAS. 'j
1942. Since that time,NAS Jack ille ''s s commanding officers field has s witnessed s the Canine sentinels heloed supplement the r ranksof
were: growth of Naval Aviation in the the seamen guard during the war. These 5326 Wescoooett Bird at 103rd
___ --- FARM HOUSE NOW HOUSES ?NAVY FAMILY. '. ". Captain John D. Price }May 1942 : "March\ 1943 past 25 years. At one time, d dogs were specially trained to II NEW&USEDTVSETS
I One occupant t of NAS Jax could probably weave an enlightening L .Captain Stanley J. Michael March 1943 August 1943Atist the "Blue Angels" the Navy's' spot t and aid in the capture of & FURNITURE.
: Captain Arthur Gavin A 1943-Aprlll944 CAN! YOU ....
tale
of the station's history. If giventhe power of speech. But famed flight demonstration team unlvlted Intruders. The dogs --
,, as most people know, brick houses just don't' communicate as!I Captain Walton W. Smith April 1944 November 1944 was home based at Nasal\ Air usually assumed their guard post TAKEYOURCAR CREDIT
we do. Captain Herbert E. Regan November 1944-June) 1945 Station, J Jacksonville .and flew In the early evening\ remaining WITH YOU? EASY
Instead the weather Captain Anthony R. Brady June 1945 June\ 1947 after Whileon
worn from this air field to practice there \until daylight. And Insurance
bricks of the two-story NAS Captain Herbert S. Duckworth July 1947 June 1948 their aerial maneuvers.\ duty they were carefully For Financing FREIGHT SALVAGE
"farmhouse" reveals her history Captain Alvin I. Mabtrom June 1948-June 1950 watched to insure that they were Stateside And Overseas. Call
in another way. Snugly situated Captain D. Turner Day June 1950 August 1952 not "sleeping. on the job" and DYER M. BURR REPOSSESSIONSBARGAINS
under shady oaks on Allegheny Captain Burnham C. McCaffi August 1952 July 1954 knew exactly what was expected representingGOVERNMENT GALORE!
Road, amidst the Navy Enlisted Captain(* John S. Thach July 1954 August 1955 NAS SERVED AS PRISONER/ 2 of! them.. Even the Naval Station EMPLOYEES
Now! A clear hairdressing for Housing Number 1116 was once Captain William S. Harris October 1955 June 1957 OF WAR CAMP. In J Jacksonville has had its FINANCE CORPORATIONAND COME IN AND BROWSE
men the home of the Yukon post- Captain Elliott W. Parish,Jr.. September 1957 .. June 1959 dog days. "
master, and its site was once Captain James R. Reedy July 1959 September 1961 During June of 1945 German INTERNATIONAL SERVICE HOURS 9 AM .7 7 PM
that's medicated t to fight dandruff! pan of the U. S. Highway 17 Captain James R. Compton September 1961 June 1964 prisoners of war from the INSURANCE TlmoQUMa COMPANVS613 Rd. 771-Q32T% PHONE 771-0750
which ran through the center of f European campaign began arriving -
"b .. .' . the small community. In 1940 at NAS Jax where they
. '' when the Navy took control of the would remain until a German
," :' land In the vicinity of the bid government satisfactory to the WHY WALK?
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.. .. .'" ",' farmhouse, the dwelling found Allied nations had been established.
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., <: itself in'the midst of'what later Their headquarters' were In
was t to become one pf the largest.. a fenced-off, well-guarded com
air stations in the world. Number pound formerly occupied by the I '
DAY BUYS
1116 was first occupied' as Recruit Training Center. The $$1,00, A I I II
quarters for Marine\ security Army was in charge. of their .
guards,. but ,after. one year,, feeding, clothing, recreation;, q T.,
her windows were sealed and 'the I discipline, payment of_ wages,
.: ,.' ,.' ,. doors closed and locked, not to and treatment when sick. However /- A1966 I FIAT I
AI b be reopened for nine long years. \ when It came to work ,.
I Then .in the ,winter[ .of.'1950,,'the..c details they' were :under' Naval
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WAS carpenters: and painters'began jurisdiction, and 'When engaged
4 1$4$ the' renovations, that. would i In -"work 'details outside of the
k4 prepare 'her for occupants, as compound, were guarded by a
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a pan of the vast NAS housing Naval Guard detail. Also, none
complex. Although her first of the prisoners that were
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were the Station Fire II'17i ;' 11' t {.. with war crimes.. but In
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Club Schedules; Women's Side _

"0" CUB Music( this: Friday -
night will be provided by
Charlie Jay with Johnny Jelinekon Of the Story U
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Saturday. For the gourmet, ,

# w17i ; Tuesday's foreign dish will be By Shirl Conaughton
: r Indian. Wednesday is Fried
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Chicken. night for the whole fami

ly.The Now that Jacqueline Kennedyhas Cassini! says "Status" Is a
Commissioned Officers come out into the social state of mind that exists in all

Mess is sponsoring another swing of things you can tell she of us r desire to better our
{ : t DI moonlight cruise aboard the Moon is the most important fashion selves. "Status" will try to
River Queen on Friday Oct. 22. personality today. She has worna achieve this in the most provocative -
The boat will leave the dock behind -
a white ermine sleveless jacket controversial and sharp
the 0 Club at 7:30: p.m. and The You but
twice in the past week. manner. may disagree
return at 10:30.: There will be of the bored."
be
first time at the opening you'll never
dinner and cocktails served aboard New York Gernreich is coming
Asia House Exhibit in Rudi up
at a very reasonable price. and then again having dinner with with some pew innovations for
aa F Anyone wishing make reserva- brother-in-law Robert Kennedy. next season. After his topless
; tions for this event may do so Comments made uponherarrival bathing suit you just never know
: I 1k by calling the 0 Club Ext. 8154. at the Exhibit from the crowd are what to expect from this young

II- CECIL FIELD EM CLUB "Look how thin she is", "She's designer. Next issue will show
much younger in person"....,Her one of his new ideas.
Tonight is game night. Bingo hair is a different color it's Oriental fashions are on the
will be from 8 to 10
played
AFTER THE OPENING/ of the 27th Annual Convention of Navy "Special Dinner" Shrimp basket p.m. more red," "How about that fur upswing. Norman Norell lust
!I" and "Oh but she's beautiful tourof fashion showsin
Wives Clubs of America, last Sunday, Oct. 10, the guests gath for $.40 from 6 to 8 p.m. Friday jacket completed a
ered at a reception hosted by NWC086 at their clubhouse at NAS dance to the music of Mel Gaden 1" Jacqueline Kennedy Japan and says "They have.
undoubtedly has a ism thatis the best designs in the world
magnet
Jax. With RAdm. Thomas A. Christopher, Commander Forces and His lazy Rhythm Girls. Sunday growing stronger and stronger.P. the most glorious colors and
Key West, who gave one of the opening speeches, are: Mrs. Mary features March Wilson and S. People are talking about they have the silk." So ladies
Paolozzi, one of the co-founders of NWCA; Capt. J. R. Mackroth, the Redcoats. Monday Tuesday the unfortunate decision of Basil if you still have some fabric that
CO, HAS; Mrs. Pearl Smith, National Vice-President and Chap Wednesday Happy Hour from Rathbone to auction off personal your husband brought back from

lain; and Mrs. Wilma Bennett, a delegate (rom,NWC88 in Key 5to6p.m. letters written to him by Mrs. the Far East keep it you will
West. JFK so very tasteless! be wanting it.
CPO CLUB The Chief's club Igor Cassini! is publishing a Tunic and pants sets will be
is serving light lunches daily new magazine which went on the popular this winter and the exotic
and have increased their din- stands Ocotber !5t... the name Indian and Persian lines art more
-14Ot1i; ner menu. Bands to provide of the mag.: "Status". Mr. than beautiful.
% dancing this Friday" will be .
Sam Ross and the Vetn Hender ,
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Notes of Interest
'So Trio on Saturday. I
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LOUNGE & PACKAGE STOREGO t t'.'ACEY DUECY CLUBMark :' :: HAS Cecil Field
Castle and the Versatiles will be
at'the club on Friday and r Sunday. VFP-62. Officers and wives of cook-out in marking the farewellto
GO DISCOTHEQUEI Saturday's band will be Phil Cay VFP-62 held a Hail and Farewell Lt. N. F.>Lekband. A squadron -
and the Chantels. Game night party Friday October 8 at the plaque was presented to'Lt.
DANCING UNTIL 2 AM. ,is every Sunday and Tuesday.< Officers Recreational Facility. Lekband at,.the Skeet Club Jacksonville -
BLUEJACKETS INN'March A farewell plaque was presentedto N: .S. Casual-attire wasr
LADIES NIGHT EACH Wilson and the Redcoats will pro- Lcdr. Gig Conaughton who is the dress fpr the event..
THURSDAY EVENING 'Vide dancing tunes on Thursday leaving .for'7th,,Fleet ,Staff ,duty .. .
MIXED DRINKS FOR LADIES and S.1turdaywithPhUCayandthe aboard the U.S.S.' Oklahoma City.
HALF PRICE Chantels taking over the spot- Detachment 38 .' was'welcomed
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light on Friday. Carl Boyd home from a tour of duty in the A
3909 BLANDING/ BLVD. and the Rhythm Kings will playon Med..1 .. ", Y
Sunday. Game night is every Lcdr. Joseph Lindsey was the
Wednesday. OinC. Lt. and Mrs. Lee Schalon ,, iid y Ne e
CASE LOTS AT COST+ 10% DRIVE-IN SERVICE .were presented a silver baby cup' +, rb

USQ NOTES, 318 N. Ocean on behalf'of the officers and wives:
Street Special events this week 'of'the'squadron.,
'at the USO includes Bon Voyage Cecil,,Field'Christmas Bazaar
Party for the Perth on Friday. ".:raffle tickets are now on sale.
People celebrating their birthday They are $1.00 each and all proceeds -
r ,10 :October are, invlt d'.to''attend I will go toward Navy and 1 xr ,jy
,, :October's *'Birthdays Civjc Charities. Please contact
Party on Saturday. Vespersand .Mrs. R.G.Conaughton for tickets.
refreshments on Sundaywill;
VA-45 Mrs., N.F. Lekband
be ; was
;at the ,Grace Chapel Paris .
!( : I I ;'Monday is Surprise Night ]l honored guest',at a farewell "
coffee Wednesday: morning Oct. 'W eh kbbf
if *"S.' 'CECIL I 'j' 6 thi at the ,home of Mrs. L.E.
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:,, ,, FIELD CPQ .CLUB -. Bramley in Venetia. Lovely ,, _
Tonight gpen mend in the galley. silver baby spoons were presented -
Friday's dinner ,- ,16 oz. T-' to Mrs. -J.* A. Moriarty and
f Bone 'at a 175. Music by the Mrs.' 11. L. Capustka. The co-
Moonlighters also, Alec Houston hostess for the event was Mrs. KAREN NEILSEN
Ventriloquist. Saturday: R.. J. Phillips. Christmas items '
Dinners featured 10 oz. T- prepared for the Bazaar were 'Miss KarenNielsen, 17 yearold
Bone at a $1.25 or shrimp din- 'gathered and additional plans daughter of Lt. and Mrs. Kevin
ner at a $1.00. Music by Mark were made for the VA-45 booth. Nielsen is a serior at Bishop
Castel. Sunday: Breaded veal White Elephants were exchanged Kenny High. Karen is naturally
I IIIllll cutlet 75tf Child plate of chop- within the officers wives of the witty vivacious a darling blue-
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Wednesday squadron. a professional model.
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( 11 p.m.16 Oz. -Boneata $1.75. '8th, the officers and wives of an under Courtney Hunt and
f VA-45 attended a lobster-steak has developed into a fine port-
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Lutheran Service Center !(
Movies --- -- i I
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Schedules Square DanceIn ...... t....:: >.,..: : : : '::: :.:(f:.:. //J: ::i: :::i:1::: :: :i11i i!:

Movie, will be shown regularly their 1 r 1\1\Want:: :: .Ad: />SectionAds : : : :
/ Monday throu{ h atur- continuing program to refreshments will be.provIdedor( .. ;.: .. : :
iy. p.m.NATTC will have g two schedule events especially for all. Door prizes will be given ;:)}:}> ::":,,: }::::;::'..}\:: ::-:>:{:::::;.)t\:: ::::::::..:;.::::'::::;:::::;::-';'' :'::::::: :":::::::\:;:;:::::::::::;:::::::::;;:;::;

future times, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., Service military personnel Center the Lutheran away.
Saturdays and Sunday The Jacksonville, has, in downtown should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company,
;pital will have one feature on Square Dance announced a On 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville, Florida 32208, to arrive not
unday at 7 p.m. 1 15. on FridayOctober Stage later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday.

All evening movies at Cecil This event will he held at the GUILD PLAYERSPresent Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be published the
ield begain at 7 p.m. These 7:30 the following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
p.m. at Center, 19 West
lines are subiect to change Forsyth Street. There will be A check or money order for the full cost of' the ad must be

no charge for admission and free THE MUSIC received WITH the copy for the od.
MAN
Thursday October
14 DO NOT SEND CASH

NAS Art of Love James RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .2.00
Earner, Elke Sommer Open under new management by Meredith Wilson Per additional line ((4 words per line). . 0.50

NATTC Monkey's Uncle
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nnette Funicello, Tommy Kirk JET Beauty Salon
Oct. 22 23
,
Hospital The Haunting-Julie
6481
ROOSEVELT BLVD. 24, 27
rris, Claire BloomC. 384-1522 28,29

Field-I the JuryPrestonoster North of N. A. S.PERMANENTS. 30,31 HELP WANTED.. Experiencedpart *SELL-RENT-BUY-TRADE
Peggie Castle Nov. 3, & 5 time waitress at Cecil CHOICE 2,3,4, BR homes, $100
Field ORF. 275 8180 down, no closing costs. Fast
Friday October
15
Cast Move in. Tell us your needs.
of than
more
50
NASUp From the Beach FOR SALE: ORTEGA HILLS, DUKE LOSTUMBO, Broker, call
[Cliff Robertson, Red Buttons $10.00 Woe $9.00 Large 3 BR Home, Corner lot. 771-0374 or 387-4296
NATTCArt: of LoveJames ALL AMERICAN Extras, low equity, 387 3149

[Garner, Elke Sommer $12 JO Wove $11 JO MUSICAL COMEDY
Hospital Monkey's Uncle -
Tickets FOR SALE: RENAULT CARA- .35 Year Old Military Companyhas
Annette Funicello
j Tommy KirkC.
FieldPajama Party $15.00 Wave $13.50 Evenings 8:30 $4.00 VELLE Convertible, 1961LCDR. position available for retired -
Annette EDGREN, NAS 8194 or 796; or Officer or CPO in Jax/
Tommy Kirk Funi- Sun. Matinee 2:30 53.00
Shampoo & Set $2.50 264 6247 Mayport areas. Maxium eligible
cello
Hair Cut $1.50 Call EV 7-4394 for Res. age50.Send brief resume and

Saturday, October 16 Tues.. Med.. Thurs. ONLY FAIRFAX THEATRE JUST DISCHARGED Trade $1400eq availibility date to Regional Dir-
Emily LaRuc In '64 10 x 55 3 BR, tr for ector, POBox 13177, Orlando,
NAS What's New Pussycat? 4120 Herschel St. furn or what? $75 mo 5 years Fla, 32809.
Peter Sellers, Peter O'Toole Open evenings by Appl. left on finan RA5 6229
NATTC Up From the Beach
Cliff Robertson, Red Buttons ro +- 2-SEWING MACHINES-2
Hospital Art of LoveJames SHOWING FOR SALE: 66 V. W.'s Deluxe We have TWO 1965 DIAL-O-

Garner Elke SommerC. oksaYatTttr OCT. 14 Sedan $1475, 1600 T 1 Fast back ,MATIC, zig zags that have never
Field The HauntingJulieHarris $1995, 1600 Variant Wagon 2075 been used.They were LAYAWAYS
Clarie Bloom THROUGHOCT. CIF 1965 Sedans, used V W never picked up, customers -
left area We are unable
factory Car
Employees 1325 387-
Sunday, October 17 POPULAR PRICES CONTINUOUS SHOWS 20 5356 J C Thompson USN Retd. to locate them, you can have
Open 1:00 Features 1:35-3:35-5:40-7:40-9:45 these machines for the balanceof
NAS The Naked BrigadeKen $47. each, cash or terms.
the wildernessa
They challenged
Scott, Shirley Eaton HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT Phone 353-1946 anytime, will deliver

NATTC What's New Pussycat and conquered a dream! Oretga Hills near Jax, NAS, 3 no obligations. Will take
? Peter Sellers, Peter BR, Den 1 1/2 B, clean, will pay older machine as trade A-I Sew-
O'Toole all closing costs, 7241 Pineville ing Machine Company.FOR .
Hospital Up From the Beach Dr. .387 2428 after 4:30:
Cliff Robertson, Red ButtonsC.
Field Monkey's Uncle- SALE: 4 BR, 2 B, HOME

Annette Funicello, Tommy Kirk 1965 V. W VARIANT 1500F Stanew"ln BIt-In range &oven, fnced yard,
$100 down, $68 month. or 3BR,
Monday, October 18 1746 July, $2095. Ph 744- 11/2B, Blt-ln at $65 month.

POWELL REALTY, BRKS, 264-
NAS Battle of Villa Fiorita-
Maureen O'Hara, Rosane Brazzi f WALT DISNEY FOR ALE: Selection.of fine oil 6144
paintjJgs from Italy Ph' 'Mrs.Hoff44 .'" j
NATTC The Naked
Bridge- McGUIRE end
DOROTHY FESS f PARKER .
Ken Scott, Shirley Eaton : c....__,.w.TECHNICOLOR' 1746 t *. HOMES'> SALE RENT *
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Hospital What's New Pussycat Some no dn, Many $0 $100
? Peter Sellers, Peter OIDYfELLmt FOR SALE:Bedroom suite,brand dn. No closing costsNew homes,
O'TooleC. new, dresser, bed, nite stand All the X-TRAS, Family Rm,

Field Art of Love 7715837, after 5 PMNAVY.MAN's Fenced yd., built in R/O...
James Garner, Elke Sommer You name it. TIMMERMAN

Tuesday, October 19 RLTY, DRKR 771 2792 and
WIDOW wishes an
771 1861.
NAS World of Abbott and 1 Y.. all around experienced handymanor

Costello Lou Costello, Bud i e : carpenter for repairs to home
Abbott e call Mrs. Hartfield, 388 3901 FURN APTS--2&3BR, new, mod,

NATTC Battle of Villa Fior- furn 2653 Dellwood Ave, River-
ita Maureen O'Hara, Rosane. side $65 mo. call EV7-3393
Brazzi FAIRFAX MANOR, (urn cottage
,
Hospital The Naked Brigade- I I lil neat & cozy, conv Nas, $55 util
incl adults EV7 5789 2 SEWING MACHINES 2
Ken Scott, Shirley EastonC. ,
We have TWO 1965 DIAL 0-
Field Up From the Beach
MATIC zig zags that have never
Cliff
Robertson, Red Buttons III i I'' I II ii I FOR SALE going overseas, must been used. They were LAYAWAYS
Wednesday, October 20 ,. I lil'' I sacrifice house, beautiful 4 BR, never picked up, customers -

III 2Q, Ige cor lot, call 384 4987. left area. We are unable -
NAS Help The Beatles h I to locate them, you canhave
NATTC World of Abbott and ..I r these machines for the balance:.

CostelloLou Costello, Bud ORANGE PARK: 2 BR, house, of $47. each, cash or terms.
Abbott furn or unfurn, kit equip, newly Phone 353 1946 anytime, will
Hospital Battle of Villa Fior- redor, 264 6884 deliver, no obligations. Will take
ita Maureen O'Hara, Rosano ,, I I I III l i older machine as trade A-l
BrazziC. k
i Sewing Maching Company.
HOME FOR SALE OR RENT:
Field What's New Pussycat Ortega Hills, 3 BR, 2B, Sep
? Peter Sellers, Peter Bargains: Beige wool coatwornonce.
dining Rm, Bit in Kit, Ex Lge
O'Toole Rms, 388 9756 Large size. "My double"
dressmaker's form. Typewriter

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I I i II li '! A salesman
% i .g I Ii was explaining to
pgtVeapt, i !II I ll hI' his buddy the reason for his sud- Father was engrossed In the

YOU'LL SEE PAGE 16 AND I I I I J I it I, / li i 'I I II I II I I II I li II{ Il .li I II I,{t l { den stockings.affluence.Sometimes"I sellwomen's if the played newspaper.happily At, while his feet on the the couch baby
KNOW WHYI! of the house is
) woman really Mother
ii it i. t III'! lit II was darning some socks.
'I I interested, I put them on for Father glanced at the baby while
RIVERSIDECHEVROLET her he said.
,
turning a page and said to his
I I I I I I !II I, I I I IIII ; "You" must sell plenty that wife: "Bab's nose is running."
II f I ul I I i i I I, ,h q way, said his friend. "Don't you ever think about
,I it I I I I Iliilll ; l IIIIIII IIVIII', sip; u, ,,, "No, not really ," said the anything but horse racing?" she
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Page 12 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER

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I, I .
:"" 1' ,: : ceremony. SSgt. Latonwastran-
., ...,
'
.-.- sferred to New River May 28.
SSgt. Laton used discarded

J JAX MARINES computed and a wall clock to
..
'I 4f tOrp "!'!',1. .'" r .f set up the system of lights and
rJ : : buzzers which alerts instructorson
GySgt..lncl Ferguson the time remainin for a class,

t jlf\ :.' ; : MARIN AVIATION DETACHMENTU.S. I \. L'.YT, 400() / and finally, sounds a signal when
.. laval Air Technical Training Center
( Jacksonville, Florida the class period has expired.

study periods while stationed at ,HOME RUN
I WINNERS AND LOSERS
the Aviation Electricians School
The celebration tomorrow of the Twenty-fifth time Anniversary for Marine of to the here has been awarded the Commendation When Pfc. Dennis Lishreported -
Jacksonville Naval Air Station will be a tomel"With ,
throw it
of the MightiestNavy "lley, Aviation Electrician School
observe a significant Milestone In the progress for Achievement med- to
of recorded tt... these words, plenty of al by the Secretary of the Navy. in June, he had three strikes

It is fitting and appropriate that Marines have participated in razzle dazzle plays, numerous The medal is being forwarded against him. First, it was a
the destiny,of this Station since the day it was comlssloned. runs around right and left ends,
difficult school and
Marines, of course, would have it that way and judging from past throughthe to SSgt. Laton's new duty to complicate -
but
and present policies, so would the Navy. not many the power NATTC plays intramural station, MCAS, New River, N.C., matters further, his Brother,
line
.A ship without Marines', Admiral David C. Farragut once observed, touch football, league soared into for presentation at appropriate SSgt. Thomas Lish was an AE
*ls like a garment without buttons.* --= .....,.,.. ..dI'M \\.111 kt"'rr1- Tn
orbit last week and everybody'sname "
And what would the Marino Corp..be like without the Navy? Unhealed c
wounds and untreated sickness is what it would be like. was Unitas.
No Seabee landing strips at advanced positions, and no carriers On Tuesday, MAD Support
to house and launch our plane ia.what It would be like. No ,, aq
ships to stage and deliver our.assault forces to the beach, and dropped MFC School 6-0, and in
no chaplains to renew" our faith and high hopes In chaotic tiaesis another game AO Marines
also what it would be like.
squeaked by Navy Support 76.
But in the case of HAS Jacksonville, the Anerican experience MAD Support came back strong
branches of the
probes deeper than a relationship between two
armed forces. It sheds considerable insight on the national again on Thursday to score a 6-0
character. In this Instance I refer to the unprecedented action victory over AO Marines.
local citizens took in giving the Navy land upon which this
modern, efficient Air Station Is built.In Sideline quarterbacks yearningfor

considering these various thoughts on the eve of the Station's plenty of excitement, laced
Twenty-fifth Anniversary, I 'oin my colleagues of the Marine Air with ingenuity and spectacular q t tI
Reserve Training Detachment and Marine Barracks in greeting the
cltltens of Jacksonville, the Navy force on board, and other Navy plays, can see these games at f
personnel who served here in the past. the NATTC Ball Park (field #1)) ,. -.- _____ iif __ __
,
r r- o
and across from the NATTC

GAS STATION, (field #2)). A '
On Oct. 19, Navy Support will xr li .,
play MFC School at field HI 1 1. and 4. "("
fi'S. SULIIVAMlUuttrwbColoml MAS Support will play AO Mar-
Corns,nd U. S. Marina Corps ines at field ##2. Then on Oct. "YOU BUYIN'/ ?" "Where's the cigars?" Marine Aviation De-

Ing 21, Navy Support will challenge tachment Sergeant Major/ John Ware, center foreground, puts the

MAD Support at field #1, while age-old questions to newly promoted Marine Master Sergeants,

MFC will do battle with the AO from left, James V. Boyd, Blair N. Phares, Paul E. Nutter,

TEAM (field #2)). Allgamesare Dean A. Hopkins and Earl A. Johnson. The Marines were pro-
played at 5
The sign of FLASHBACKSSgt. p.m. moted last week in ceremonies conducted by LtCol. J. W. Sul-

livan, Detachment CO, who congratulated them for demonstrating
confident Roger L. Laton, former professional excellence and superior leadership abilities
borrowing Aviation Detachment Marine who
invented a computercontrolledtiming necessary for selection and promotion to one of the Corps' top

device for changing class enlisted grades.

MlS51pry'b'ra School instructor. To put more

fuel on the fire, word had come
eFAipgyaxct ert from their parents, Mr.and Mrs.

George Lish of Rupert, Idaho,
that Dennis must "do well in
his studies."

Upon completing the school
last week, Pfc. Dennis Lish fin-
ished among the top men in his
class, twelve points above his
projected average. In additionto

his scholastic showing, AE
;
t School officials said Pfc. Lish
had done an out standing job as
> Class Leader for Marines attending -
HOUSEHOLD FINANCE Y the school.

.. rfwi k ,. < t ,;- -, Lt.Col. John W. Sullivan, MAD
.
't
, Commanding Officer
1 '. '#' > summoned
... .1-j\, 4'j Pfc. Lish to his office.

for 150,000 servicemen "OUR MAN" His daughter, Gail, and wile, Virginia, from /left, When he walked out bf the
were on hand to congratulate SSgt. Ralph T. White/ / last week up- skipper's office there had beena

on receiving a Meritorious Mast from LtCol. John W. Sullivan, change: From now on it would

every yearMore Detachment CO. During the ceremony, held Oct. 5, LtCol. Sul- be Lish LANCE, USMC.CORPORAL Dennis

livan read the citation which lauded SSgt. White for his outstanding

than 150,000 servicemen put their trust performance as Testing NCO for the Marine Mechanical NO TEST

in the HFC sign every year. A sure sign-of Fundamentals School. "Your complex duties required concen-

understanding loan service. With 1400 trated professional attention," LtCol. Sullivan said, "yet you Marine corporals and ser-
prompt,
found time and energy to add to your store of knowledge. You geants will not be required to
stateside offices, HFC can serve you too- demonstrated ability to handle with ease the duties normally re- take the General Military Sub-

wherever you're stationed. And Household can quired only of your seniors. This is the mark of a truly dedicated jects Test for the BRAVO-66
testing period,
transfer and service your account wherever professional Marine." The recognition was given to SSgt. Headquarters Marine according Corps. to

) you're moved-even overseas. So for all loans, White prior to his transfer last week to the Marine Corps Air The minimum time in grade

Station, New River, N. C. requirement from corporal to
look the of the oldest
to sign largest company sergeant is reduced from 19

-HFC. torn' months to 12 months.
BEL.AFOR&fUfJ
Staff sergeants with a date of
rank of June 30, 1963, or earl-
4 Borrow up to $600 ier will be tested for promotionon

t Take up to 24 months to repay t J December 3.

I The staff sergeant to gunnery
j i Ask about credit' life insurance on loans at group rates sergeant board convened at Head-

LADIES NITEsEverylherse:7AMTII Closing quarters Tuesday, Oct. 5. Staff
sergeants who have passed the

; HOUSEHO MENS NITE-Every Tues. : 7 AMe Til Closing PY-65 or earlier GMST or had
' the CHARLIE-65 test waived will
be considered by this board. The
;
t FINANCE YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGE 29 board is authorized to select
1605 staff sergeants for promo-
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r lr l 25 West Forsyth St.-Phone: 355-9683 HAPPY HOUR 4 Til 6 Daily tion.The sergeant to staff sergeant
board will commence on October
t ;v} Cedar Hills Shopping Center 15. Sergeants with a date of
rank of July 31, 1963, or earl-
'" 3734 Blanding Blvd.-SPring 1-4581
8679
; ROOSEVELT BLVD. ier, will be considered for pro

3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 398-4541 motion. The board will be author
Ask about our evening hews ized to select 3668 sergeants for
advancement.

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JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 13



I This Week's Games Won't Be Like LastWith



college football coaches receiving our letter of advice
two weeks ago and heeding what was written their teams went out Football Predictions
and did what the football guessers had been asking them to do all
season win. GAME QUINTERO POSTAL CLERKS ARD YARD MAIL STAFF
Last week everyone picked more winners than loosers. The ((29.19)) ((33.15)) ((25.23)) (guest) (25-23J( )
biggest loosers last week were the Staff and Lt. (j fe) Ard with
three wrong out of 12. Rodger Quintero from Jax, the Postal ,1. Navy.Pitt Navy Navy Navy Pitt Navy
Clerks from Cecil Field and last week's guest, the publisher of
the paper, lost two games a piece. Iowa
2. Minn./owa/ Minn. Iowa Iowa Minn
The 10 correct picks the Postal Clerks, Charlie Pringle and : \
Carl Corbin, made up their season record to 33-15!> and kept them
ahead of second place Quintero who moved up to 29-19 with 10 3. Mich..Purdue .. PurJue PurJue Purdue PurJue PurJue
valid choices. Mr. Ard and the Staff were still deadlocked for -;:'. eo
last place with 25-23 records.But 4. AuburnGa.. Tech Auburn Auburn Auburn Ga. Tech Auburn
all the board of experts were finally above the .500 percent
mark for the first time in four weeks of football. 5. Fla. St.-Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga.
Last week was the easiest of the predicting season, few of the
board members have any hope for this week
being as bright. LSU
6. LSU LSU Ky. LSU
One thing that is assured is the tie for last place between Mr. Ky. Ky.
Ard and the Staff will be broken this week. Mr. Ard, who is a
graduate of the University of Texas, stands by his school in its 7. Ark..Tex. Ark. Ark. Tex. Arlc. Arlc.B. .
game with Arkansas which should be the toughest\ of the week to
predict. The rest of the predictors go along with the Razorbacksin Rice.SMU Rice SMU SMU SMU SMU
the tilt.Another.
disagreeable game is the one between Miami and Houston. 9. Colo.-lowa St. Colo. Colo. Colo Colo. Colo.
Mr. Ard, once again says the Texans will win. The rest of the board
goes along with him that this year's rendition of the Hurricanesare 10.Oregon.Air Force Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon Oregon
impredictable but not so much so that Houston will topple them.
This week's guest also work with mail for a living. They are .
UCLA UCLA
11. UCLA Mo. UCLA Mo. Mo.
four people from the Yard Mail room at NAS Jax. The foursomeput
their heads together to issue a challenge. It seems the four
have lost at past prognostication efforts and decided they couldn't 12. Houston.Miami (Fla.) Miami Miami Houston Miami Miami
lose in the Air News Afterburner pole.
..
The rest of the board of experts wish them luck but don't think A
they can equal last week's guest with 10 correct. Two Vie For LeadInNATTCGolf
The Grantland Hice who selects the 12 games'each week says the L THERE IS A
system he uses for choosing is very complicated, this makes it im-
possible for anyone, even himself, to get 12 out of 12. lie says he
first looks for balance between the two teams. Then he looks for Support{ Service Golf Team ; PICN'
teams which are totally impredicatable and finally he selects teams Number Two mobed into a tie
no one has heard of, or cares about. for first place in the Naval Air N'SAVEDRUGS r, '
Some one mentioned to him that this country's number one unheardof Technical Training Center's Fall ; SAVE
team, Slippery Rock College, has not made an appearance on the Cup with Support Service Team
:select:; 12 this year. Grantland replied that he couldn't find a schedulefor Number Three by handing them STORENEAR
the school.Scarbrough. their first defeat Wednesday,
October 11 by a score of 4 {pointsto

: Support 2. Service Number One YOU
:: moved from third to second place
NAVY SPORTS upon its vicotry of 5 points to 1
: ; Tuesday over sixth place AE FILLET OF MOUNTAIN TROUT

: :; \\ .. ....... .... .. .. .. ..... Gold. Fourth place AE Blue
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to 1 Wednesday in the sixth weekof
Cole Slaw Hut Rolls & flutter
Wins TournamentLt. Fall Cup play.

Standings:

Bill Scarbrough bid fare- ond win in the popular tournament T Won Lost
well to competitive golf for at and his second repeat success of SS2 : 3 1
least 18 months Sunday after- the year, having won the Cecil SSfl3 3 1
noon with a 72 for a five-shot Field Invitational several monthsago. SS <41 2 1 NAVY SPECIALS!
victory in the 25th anniversary lie left Monday for a refresher MFC 2 2
tournament of NAS Jax. He school in California priorto AE Blue 2 2 63 COKVA/R/ MONZA Converf. . . .J7095
had a 26 hole total of 145.It reporting to Adak, Alaska, fora MAD 1 3 3 speed, R&H, red with white top.
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was Lt.. Scarbrough's sec- l 1/2 vear tour of duty. AE Gold

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GREEN COVE
Fries .
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Cole
Slaw $ o
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ved..barn: : FREE AUTO WAX APPLIED only 20 I min. so. of NAS on hwy. 17Phone

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( ompleie" Household' Appliances', WATKINS Western Store (ompleie Home Cooked! Meals'

301 Park 3625:! BlandIng Paint B1 Body Shop WESTERN CLOTHING/ phone; 771.8244 4449 Blending BlvdKEY'S .
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WHEEL/ ALIGNMENT SADDLESTRAILERS Nu reJ'ies.Ch.rd

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Easy' Terms REG. REAL:
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JdxIM Basketball Leaders Clash Again This Sat. :

COLUMN .
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LEFTby Registration Set ." '
Dove Colby At Jacksonville Speedway ,1

B a B BIaKi*
|H MjnHHi BnMMHBBBDhHHHijavaBiLtrary NAS Jax Athletic Director, Another thrill packed Saturday Ezell, the perennial track' ''I
; to many football fans belief It wasn't the fine passing Frank McCaffrey announces that evening is planned at the Jacksonville champion, grabbed the point lead -
ibiiution of Knute Rockne and Gus Dorais at Notre Dame that the basketball try-outs that were Speedway this week, as from Brantley two weeks ago.
L i ated football's forward pass. post-poncd from last week for David Ezell, the point leader and Brantley, driving Jack Etherid-
Ivhiie i no one really knows It would seem the Gators would the NAS varsity team will be Frank Brantley, second, two ge's new :55! Chevrolet, will try
sure who invented the pass have added ground punch whichis held this Saturday and Sunday at points behind, will be fighting all again this week for a quick
was first legally used by Ed- the most serious absence in 09'30!): at the NAS gym building :3. the way to the finish line for the revenge to get the championshippoint
Cochem's St. Louis Univer- the team's offensive attack, if All interested personnel please championship point lead. lead away from Ezell.
y team against Carroll Col- W ges could be converted to one report to the gym at this time.It Eldon Yarbrough in a 55 Ezell, with ten wins and ten loses
|e in 1906. The orginlal le- of the halfback posts. is hoped that NAS can be represented Chevy streaked to victory in the this season will not be an easy
I aerial was incomplete and We wonder if this idea has by a very strong team 40 lap late model sportsman mark as he has the driving know-
[er the rules used that year ever entered Graves mind. It again this year. Practice will feature last Saturday night with how that only comes with
i ball was turned over to Car- might be ideal for the Gators. be held Saturday and Sunday at Jerry Hastings{ running a Buick experience.It .
|l automatically. After the 0930: until a coach has been sel- a very close second and Jimmy seems this teenage boy was

likens regained the ball from THIS/ WEEK'S BIG ONES ected. Capps third. walking along toward high school
tried another David Ezell the point leader, I
Irroll they pass with a transisitor radio plugged '
is time they scored.In Undoubtly the game this week Cecil Field blew a piston, switched cars and into his ear and snapping his
1913 the famous Dorais with the most football prestigeat with his supurb driving skill fingers to a beat. A friend
}ckne combination came alongj stake is the Texas Arkansas finished seventh. Frank Brant- came along and asked him what
| effectively used the forward clash which is TV's "game of lowll1 Standings ley, second in points, finished he was listening to.
|ss to down a strong Army the week" Saturday afternoon.It sixth i: after experiencing oil difficulties "Nothing man," he replied.
Jim, 35 13. was said before the season early in the race. Rod "The battery's dead, but the
FOR LADD started, and is still said today Eulenfield third in the point other kids don't know it." -
NO BOOS Teams Won Lost
!
that the game will determine the standings left the race after an Roger Allen, Grand Rapids Press
I\When Ernie Ladd the San Diego Southeast Conference championand Fan
Monday
'
IJr er's huge tackle, was ask if possibly the nation's best League .1.1t

was bothered by boos he team. .'
Con n tn'.Mim:\' s C
[plied, "Not at All. f Jam strlddy Nebraska continues to roll Ti/nber Jacks 3' 1 :
along in the nation's :
eer drinker top spot as Keg Tecks 3 1 Iff-
the Cornhuskers
run up impressive -
VC 4 Admin 3
PILE 1
TOP OF THE
scores against unim-
Roustabouts 1 3
Jit wouldn't have been tood pressive teams like Wisconsin Demons 1 3
[ to have a from the shoulder ((37 0 last week) and Iowa State AMD 1 3 CLAUDE NOLAN
ew in Ithaca N. Y. last Satur- ((44.0 the week before). VC 4 Line 0 4
ly of Princeton place kicker The Cornhuskers won't be
arles Gogolak. But it probly stopped Saturday against winless
wasn't too pleasant supplye Kansas State. The only possibletests Wednesday Early
of the Huskers football League rr--
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MAIN
In one of the wierdest foot- superiority will be when they Hellrazors #2 4. ;: 0 V t

[ill defense this writer has heardthe Oklahoma.If play Colorado. Missouri, and Hellrazors Yellow Water#1 3 3' I 1 1 OPEN MQN.THRU SAT, UNtiL pM ; I
Cornell Redmen came up
Jith an anti-field goal plan that any school goes undefeatedthis VFP Photo 2 2
it should Nebraska. Cordons Bad Boys 2 2
season
lid two men on the shoulders of
[pair of tackles to defend against A game this week at first glance Thunderbirds 1 1 3 3Blue '. .
(rinceton place kicker Cogolak.\ looks relatively unimportantbut Commisary
Blasters 0 4
determine the winnerof
TIle defense failed as Cogolak may
reduced two field goals and Cor- the Big' 10 is the one between'
elllobt '?6-27. Michigan State and Ohio State

This writer hopes that: Prince- Saturday in East Lansing.The Mrs
Lyndon B. Johnson "Ug-
:
used normal field blockIg Spartans need this gameif
[)m goal
? because Cornell'*, tacklesere they expectd to win or sharea liness creates is an eroding bitterness.force ugliness on- THE OLD SARGE' SAYS :

the most wide open block: ing part of the conference crown. the of
people our-land. We
trgets any defense could Michigan State has a rough fin-
are all here
|roe ide ish ahead of it in comparrison that." to try to chance

to the Buckeyes. Michigan State r .. My black bookis
BACK ON THE GROUND finishes this way; next week they k "

Aerial minded ,Florida has onef play another strong title contender EUR CAR filled

f the nation's finest passing in Purdue, then they havea Supplying British and Eur- .. .
uarterbacks in Steve Spurrierenerahng breather with 'Northwestern
the Gator attack.If a toughie with spoiler Iowa and opean Cars to U. S. Ser- v with

anything keeps f juniorSpur-: they wrap up conference play with vicemen. Buy at factoryF. y

ier from making All-American Indiana.- :. 0. B. prices, plus delivery phone
us year, and next, it will be TIle team that wins the Big costs.
is running game. Spurrier's 10, like the one which takes the .
.
wining is about as bad as his SEC. will have a defeat on its 5 The Parade numbers

assing game is good. Again- conference record. If Michigan St. Helier, Jersy, C.1.
|t Ole Miss last week Spurriert falls to Purdue this weekend Great BritainJ.C.TaonipsonUsllRot. for gettin'
a record for throwing against they are nearly out of the running I i
Ie Rebels. That's quite an with two losses. If Purdue .
ccomplishment when you con- loses they must turn around and money t
wer the football reputation the face Michigan State the following 387.5356 I
ebels from Oxford have. week. They also have Illinois on coast to coast :
In their first three games the the remainding schedule.
'ators Meanwhile Ohio State can 1.
struggled to get 100 yardser
game out of the rushing breathe easy if it gets an upset
tense. So far Spurrier has win over Michigan State this .. I
arried the ball more than any Saturday. The only remaining'
ther Gator back but he has the toughie for the Buckeyes would,.
owest; yards per carry of any be Michigan in the final. Be-

1 f the team's top backs.A tween the two Michigan schools TVtr Being a man of considerable experience,
Wisconsin -
Ohio State has Minnesota
the Old Sarge knows that
WAGER ON WAGES Indiana and Iowa. checkingour
Gator Coach Ray Graves numr Wins this week by Ohio State phone number wherever you're
two quarterback MarmondIKCS and Michigan could change the stationed is a pretty good idea.
/ a sophomore Big 10 outcome at this early Never know when you'll need money

:rcluct is the oppsite of Spur- date. suddenly, and a call to us starts a loan
ler. Wages runs like a half- TACKLING/ A BULLDOG working for you. Once you've

ack with some of the drive Another top game this week ''+ ; I PER Au ittw established your credit with us you've
hat characterizes a good full- goes on in Florida's backyard DAY ro1TAll1s established at 760 offices.
State
where Florida
'ack. But he, like few other Tallahassee
be the FASTREPAIR
. gets the chance to
.uarterbacks isn't the
passer
hat Spurrier Is. spoilers against undefeated SERVICE DOMESTIC FINANCE.
With Spurrier returning next Georgia.
Year it seems unlikely that Wages < CORPORATION
wu| get a crack at the first NnersonsSii3 -r
string {position until his senior '
year. "{ Johnny was looking at his baby
LOANS TO $600
If the LSI? game Wages lap- brother for the first time. : it n JACKSONVILLE
peared to be the Gator's best "What do you think of him?" .. 1191 So. Edgewood Ave. Phone 389-O391
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running threat but his appearances asked his mother. 926 Arlington Road Phone 721-OS5O ,:
were limited to substituting Johnny sighed: ,"The Joneses 4812 SAN JUAN 25 [. Adams St. ... Phone.356-O076
for Spurrier when the'num- have a new car, the Browns have" 5852 1638 Norwood Main St. Ave.' ,. Phone Phone 76S 354-6841<1601
er one needed a rest or .sideline a new,radio, and we've goijthis. ,387-2121 3102 Beach Blvd. '.. Phone 359-2051
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