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Title: Jax air news
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Creation Date: January 27, 1966
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company, a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an 0 ftl cl I al expression of any
military department. The appearance of advertisements in this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

.YOLo 23 NO 44 u. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE/ FLORIDA JANUARY 27, 1966




I VP16 Departs For 1




'Springboard 1966'


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Seven P3A "Orions" of Patrol The Canadian Task Unit is a a1'' a '1 a xo
Squadron Sixteen departed last completely Independent unit
weekend for their annual having Its ownsupplies to supportthe

deployment to Naval Station, Royal Canadian Air Force
Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico, Squadrons that will be workingIn
for participation in "Operation "Springboard".
Springboard 1966." One of the RCAF squadrons
The 226 officers and men, presently at Roosevelt Roads Is i
under the command of Cdr. C. J. Maritime Patrol Squadron 404
Eadie, CO of VP 16,.will joinU. which has four Argus aircraftin
S. submarines, as well as the exercise. The Argusis
two Canadian destroyers and the Canadian counterpart of
Royal Canadian Air Force the P3A "Orion". Both and
Squadrons in this annual Fleet VP 16 will be relieved In o ,
Training Exercise.As early February with the VP 16
"Eagles" slated to returntoNAS ARTIST'S CONCEPTION/ OF NEW OPCON BUILDING

part of exercise,Patron Sax on Feb. 5."Operation.
16 flight crews will participatein Springboard" Is
coordinated maneuvers withU. conducted in the Caribbean area Consolidate
To
S. subs. Anti submarine where participating can take OpCon
warfare (ASW) specialists will advantage of the near perfect
be on board each Orion aircraftto weather and sea conditions to
observe and grade each crew boost their combat readiness In
as they detect, locate, and all phases of their antisubmarine -
simulate combat conditions. warfare mission.An Communications Centers ;



Bill Borklund Speaks Groundbreaking ceremoniesfor completed will be connected to sonville Operational Center; and
the Operational Control and the Admin building. the Naval Air.Station Communications -
Communications' Center at NAS Actual construction will beginin .Center.
Sax were_conducted Tuesday J an. mid- February and building The ultimate,In security pre
At 25. ,is scheduled for, occupancy in cautions were, -, taken. Into ;
: AFMAJ-uncheon ?Capt',Jolin j RMackroth, 'CO, September'1967.' -v consideration.":when ;designing
I "NASrCaptrHarry BStOtt! ? Commander -' $The;;>b\iildlng.l 1s7"deslgned-; ; the'' building/which'accounts for "
: }f 'M' Fleet Air.Wing'Eleven; consolidate the. individual :communications the fact there''will be no windows.The .
of Armed of how talent
Members the Forces is '
example and Mr. Fred C. Gardner, Contractor centers now'.serving construction'' ;contract,
misused he said is the
,
Management Association Chapter men
for the various commands the station.It .
project, officially on which was awarded to the FredC.
40'who attended the recent who are graduated from the service broke ground at the site of the will house all offices of Fleet Gardner & Co., Inc. of Jacksonville -
academies. Borklund said
the NAS
January. meeting at Jax new OpCon. It will be locatedat Air Wing Eleven, Including rheir ;,, was for $869,000 but
Officers Club ,heard a hard they are trained to be leaders,
the of the NAS Adminis- Control
rear Operational Center
after the OpCon Is completely
"Decision but after
hitting' speech on they graduate they are
Making." little more than doorknob tration building, and when Commander Fleet Air Jack- equipped, the cost will exceed

Addressing the military and polishers for the first few years. $1.5 million.
civilian management officialswas "Some of them get discouraged .. Another groundbreaking cere-
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Mr. Bill Borklund,Publisherand and resign," he stated, "then ...' mony is scheduled for Saturday,
Editor of the Armed Forces exhaustive studies are made by 4111!!!!! r 1 Feb. 5, which will mark the
Management, Magazine and sev- the services on why they are : beginning of construction of the
eral other these : $7.4 million, 400 bed hospitalat
DepanmentofDefense losing people.
'
"II'- ...
NAS J ax.
publications.Mr. "A boss ought to see that f i \ ..'... '
Borklund, noted for his men who want to lead and make .... ''' '. The hospital contract was
hard hitting, forthright edi- decisions have a chance to do + .. awarded to the W. E. ArnoldCo.
torials, pulled no punches In his it," Borklund said. "There area ., of Jacksonville. Sen. Spes-
speech which drew anenthusias- lot of bright people who aren't sard L. Holland and Repre-
tic ovation at the conclusion. being asked or inspired to make sentative Charles E. Bennett
of these made the announcement from
decisions.
According to Mr.Borklundtopmanagement some
officials should Mr. Borklund also said that Washington last Monday.

allow middle management to computers are fine, but manage- Continued on Page 2FIRST
make more decisions and should ment officials should not forget .,.. .....
encourage bright persons in their that people are the most .. ,"
... .
organizations to assume
respon-
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p CAPT. C. 7. MAXWELL, Commanding Officer of the Naval

Air Maintenance Training Croup, Memphis, Inspects personnel
attached to Naval/ Air Maintenance Training Detachments at

HAS Jax.


Capt. Maxwell Conducts



} NAMTRADET InspectionThe



Naval Air Maintenance are at NAS Memphis, Tenn.,
Training Detachments at NAS and comes under the command of
't-' Sax recently underwent their the Chief of Naval Air Train-

.t ?f annual Administrative/Material ing, RAdm. Allen B. Smith, Jr. SPADE FULL OF
1 :
; inspection.The The training detachments at DIRT. .Capt. J. R. Mack-
1' :{, .. 1lJ"! inspection was led byCa x. NAS Jax are under the directionof roth, (left), Commanding Officer
Lcdr. J. R. Bond and
G. T. Maxwell, Commanding provides
... of
HAS Jax and
: ... Officer of the Naval Air Main- training on the SP 2E/H "Nep- Capt.
tenance Training Group. He tune Aviation Support equip Harry B. Stott, (right), Commander -

THE RELAXED ATTITUDE' of Mr. Bill Borklund, Publisher- visited various activities at NAS ment, Sparrow HI Missle Text Fleet Air Wing E-
Sax and conducted inspection ofNAMTRADET Equipment, NBC Warfare Defense lever assist Mr. Fred C
Editor of the Armed Forces Management Magazine belles his ,
personnel and and the Standard Navy Gardner break ground for the
hardhitting speech on "Decision Making" before the recent space. Maintenance Material Manage- site of the new OpCon Communications -'

AFMA luncheon. Capt. Maxwell's headquarters ment System. / Cent..rMfrkL1 .

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I use 25 EDITORIAL Years ServiceThe I Dtv j i ine S e r,Vi 1( p, Chaplains Message"STOUTHEARTED MEN"By



ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
United Service Organization known to millions of Americansin Chaplain William A. Smith

uniform as the usa celebrates its 25th birthday, Feb. 4, 1966. Edward's Chapeland
Born of the Second World War, the USO has continued to serve There is certainly nothing wrong in wanting to gain greater
American fighting men and women away from home through periodsof strength. In fact the great need of the world today is for men
cold war and limited conflicts against those who would destroyour Naval Hospital strong enough morally and spiritually to withstand the onslaughts

traditions of freedom and self determination. SUNDAY MASSES of the enemies of the Christian faith. Paul adonished the men of

Hospital - - 0630St. his day to be "Strong in the Lord.'
Edward's Courage: has always been one virtue of those who are truly
God. Throughout the history of our country the men
25thA Chapel - 0900 & 1100 faithful to
who measured up in true courageous statue have been the men of
ERSARY : DAILY MASSESSt. decisive devotion to our Creator.

.; Edward's: Conviction is the "steel" of character for that man whose life
:: Monday thru Friday 1130 is held in the hands of a God of moral purpose and verity. Sucha
stand for something in which he believes despitethe
Saturday - - 0900 man is willing to
Naval Hospital: critical and the scornful. Such a man walks calmy amid the
a "' :' and the shallowness of the times because of an inward
Friday - - 1205 failing things

CONFESSIONS' strength.Consecration is a quality of life found in the heart of a man who

,, : 4 St. Edward's: has given up his selfish "freedom" in order to find the freedomin
soul through dedication to the will of God.
Saturday - -- 1900 2000
May we feel inspired to turn "self" into an instrument through
Sunday --- 0815 -0845;
1015 1045 which the strength of God can move in the world. Let us seek
Hospital: Sunday0615 sincerely for the truth and wisdom of God and finding it, reachout
to use it in service and love for humanity.

USO shows have become a tradition for the American servicemanand CATECHISM CLASSES
for American entertainers. USO Canteens in the United States Chapel Annex Building 722: School Of Religious InstructionBeginning
and dozens of foreign lands have been "home" thousands, for Saturday's 1000

the past quarter century.No .
SERVICES Feb. 12, and contin- These are Episcopal Presbyterian -
what the USO has DIVINE
one can measure Just meant to American
for total of eight Saturdays and Methodist. For young
servicemen. No one can put a dollar value on 25 years of better PROTESTANTAll uing a
School of Religious people desiring to join or be
annual
morale for "the boys in uniform." Saints Chapel the
Youth will confirmed in other denomina-
for
Instruction
As a non profit, private organization supported through donations
tions it will be for
SUNDAY'S: be conducted by the Protestant necessary
from the American
people it is a living working symbol to those in
0800 -- -Holy Communion Chaplains at All Saints' Chapel. the Chaplains to make arrange-
the military that the folks back home do remember and do care.
(AFPS) 0930 & 1100 -Divine Worship Sessions ,will run from 9:30 to ments with the pastor of a local
11:30 each Saturday and will con- Church of that denomination.
SUNDAY SCHOOL sist oflecturesdiscussionsfilmand Eligible young people are those
now in the sixth grade of schoolor
NavyOptometristPlugs 0930 - -Chapel Annex other training aids.
Building 722 The first four Saturdays will higher who sincerely desireto
be devoted to a general background receive this Instruction and
WEDNESDAY'S history of the Christian participate In this School. Par-
Use of Running LightsThe ------Choir Rehearsal Church; while the remaining four ents are urged to assist their

Saturdays will be devoted to Instruction young people in a decision regarding -
SECOND MONDAY of Each Month in preparation for their participation.Those .
use of daytime headlights and / or running lights on moving 0930 Chapel Women's Guild membership in the particular who desire to partici-
vehicles is being urged as a means of accident prevention by Lt. (Small Chapel) denomination chosen by the youth pate in this School of Religious
Cmdr. B. L. Newman, Optometry Officer at the Naval Air Station, and his parents. Only three Instruction should call Ext. 425

Memphis Tenn."Running U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL denominations are representedamong or 470 or stop at the Chap-
Sunday's - 1000 the Protestant lain's Office.
lights ,on ships and planes are an accepted procedure.Why Chaplains.
not the same thing for automobiles asks Dr. Newman. .

"Our eyes play tricks on us even under the best of conditionsand CECIL FIELD ApprovedHousing BORKLUNDContinued-
any means we 'can. take. to make the vehicles we drive more

obvious to other drivers Increases the margin of: safety. During Today- PROTESTANT .. from. Page 1
the winter months and shorter daylight: hours. .this problem becomeseven Choir ,
Practice at 7"p..I m.
more acute." important part of their organization -
Sunday-
The idea of running lights or daytime headlights was shown to Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. Defense Sec. Robert S. Me "
be ''factor 'in research carried Indiana Chapel Service Namara said he will ask Congress'to The-luncheon meeting was pre
safety
an important on at at 10:30: a.m.
University, Bloomington, Ind. For instance data gathered from Comunion on the first Sundayof continue authorization for con- sided over by Capt. J. R.
46 companies whose commercial vehicles were using running lights the month. struction of 8,500 military family Mackroth Commanding Officerof
housing units that had been NAS Sax, and President of
showed a 36.7 per cent reduction in accidents. The U. S. Post
deferred because of Chapter. 40. During the meetingthe
temporarily
Office at Indianapolis saw a reduction from 36 to 25 accidentsin CATHOLIC
the first year that running lights were put into use. A Kokomo Ind., Dally-. urgent operational requirementsin Leonard Captain Eubanks appointed' Chairman Mr.
11:20 Vietnam.At as
cab company with',approximately three million miles a year driving a. m. Mass' of nomination committee consisting
record, saw a decrease from 8 to 2 accidents in the firstyearof Sunday- the same time Secretary Me of Mr. Walter Haniilton and
using running lights on their.cabs during daylight hours. 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confessions Namara announced approval of.a Mr. L.Barilla. The committee
heard before each Mass. plan t9 seek ,congressional will consider a slate of officers
Hundreds of miles were driven in an experimental auto with
and without running lights on various kinds of roads and in traffic JEWISH authorization to provide 13,075 to be elected for the coming

varying from moderate: to heavy. Movies were, taken of oncoming '. Call, Ext. 311 for Information 'units privately for owned leased housing year at the March meeting.
vehicles.' These ,movies show :that:roughly one car in .on Jewish Services.:' mllitary.families, in the Introduced as: new memberswere
U. S., i almost:doubling existing .Mr. Vance Goode'of the
three passes much too close for comfort. Many were within
30 inches of the ,oenter line, allowing little margin of safety if .authority for 7,000 leased Security Department and Mr.
either :car weaves slightly or has to 'make a sudden emergency: 'Traffic ViolationsThe quarters. Doglas King and Mr.' Cecil
swerving stop. Acree both of Overhaul and Repair
"As soon as feasible"the Sec- Dept.OPCON .
When running lights were in use on the experimental auto, the following is a report of retary said"we shall push forward -
number of close passes fell to one in five I Dr. Newman points out motor vehicle accidents and vigorously, as we have BUILDING-
that with these statistic's you'll have 13 fewer close calls per traffic violations for the period done during recent years,tobuild .
100 cars you pass if you keep your headlights burning or Install January 18 January 24. thousands of required new Continued from Page 1

running lights. This means that on a long trip when you may passas Number of Accidents military family housing units." The new eight story hospitalwill
many as 50,000 cars, you will have 6,500 safer passes.Dr. This Week January 18- cover two acres of land
January 24- --------7 The services now have located southwest of the
Newman that for present
states effect should
optimum running lights
Total Accident this year through authority to pay up to $160 a hospital.The .
be mounted as high as possible and in the the
proximity to regular month, Including
utilities
January 24 - - 23 and Arnold Company has been
headlights. Also, they should be wired so that they only burn when maintenance and
Number of Accidents operations for given 784
through
days to complete the
the ignition' switch is On where
on. open highways high speedsare privately owned
January 21 quarters. steel and concrete structure.
more common low beam headlights should be used.1VEWS.
Total number of days since
last injury in a motor vehicle

accident -----------3
Number of Violations
This Week ;- - 24
J A. X A I.R: : .
Speeding - - 3
Reckless Driving - -o.
Going through Stop Sign -3
The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Other Violations18

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Twenty seven drivers Ar

Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a appeared before the Traffic "
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Hearing Board at the meeting : '

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, held on January Disposition -

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before of the cases Included the :
following: Five lost driving and
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- parking privileges aboard station
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
for various One
periods; was The A-l Skyraider the oldest
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries assigned to complete a six-hour attack aircraft on the opera-
tional flight line. Flown by the Navy, Marine Corps and Air
concerning such should be directed to course in remedial driving at
The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway, Jax Police Academy; Eight Force the A-I has a series of special designs that allow from
Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, Telephone 359.4040 received suspensions; Thirteenwere one to four crew members and special equipment. Shown above'is
given warnings; Four the Air Force A-IE version of the Skyraider. The aircraft

VOL.. 23 N0 44 January 27, 1966 fined (U. S. Commisioner) ; Is particularly effective for low, slow ground support work and I
and two referred to commanding has been carrying a heavy load of combat missions in the
officers for possible disciplinaryaction. Republic of Vietnam.Page '.

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I lfYailsklJs NATTC : .. -. CPO CLUB MANAGER

Applications are desired for
the position of civilian mess
Have you ever thought of the J. H. Thompson, SN l,Library: Behind The Sceneby manager of the Chief Petty
many special qualities it takesto "A good driver has Rood react Officers Mess Open, at NAS
be a good driver? To find ions. He also! Jacksonville. Each applicationmust
out some of the things that peo- has a brain that : Angus Thompson, J03A be in writing, must show
ple say a good driver must possess is being used at Fleet Reserve transfer was "Honor Flag" for the third date and place of birth and
the "If Ya AskUs" reporter all times while in order this week at the Naval time. Honor class 536 took the must include a resume of
made his rounds at NAS Cecilto he behind the Air Technical Training Centeras flag with a total of 768 points education specialized training
get the'opinion of the person- wheel. I believe ,, Chief Petty Officer John M. for the week of Januarv 10 16. and all working experience.
nel there. The question he put that the Harris was transferred Monday, . . Experience of not less than
to them was: What things are younger set January 24.Harris Raymond M. Myers AE1 a six months in mess (club)
most important in making a good should be the THOMPSON AEC a former veteran who was in on the operation is required. Club
driver? best at the privilege of driving, instructor in NATTC's AE Marshall Guam and Saipan, experience must be 'shown
Michael Smaglinski FA, Citaplain's but they aren't. School accepted his orders to operations during WWII and a completely and in detail(location ,
Office: !' O:: the Fleet Reserve without benefitof present. student in NATTC's AE dates in each position, names of \
of the \ Most of the accidents today are formal ceremonies. He was 'B" School, reenlisted for six clubs and exact duties per-
important ;' due to poor reflexes caused from transferred in the officeof years Friday, January 21. formed.)
things that i .i'most ,. alcoholic consumption. Another Captain Thomas B. Ellison, Myers who has 12, years of Applications will be accepted
makes a good t \' prime cause of accidents is try- NATTC's CO. broken service spent nearly from all interested persons who
driver is com ing to make the nations high- Harris a part time physics eight months with the Navy Scouts consider themselves qualified.The .
mon sense. t student at Jacksonville and Raiders a pre frogman applications for employment
Good reaction ways a place to race with the University had completed 21 group during action in the will be accepted through March
is also Impor- SMAGUNSKI other fellow. If a person wantsto years of active duty. Marainas.He 12, and should be delivered or
tant. He should be able to see how fast his car can go .S. is the son of Mrs. AnnaB. addressed as follows:
stay away from alcoholic he should join one of the many Captain Thomas B. Ellison Holm of Mexico, Missouri. Administration Officer
beverages before driving. Once race clubs they have tracks extended congratulations to the Myers and his wife, the former Box 2, U. S. Naval Air Station
you have had a few drinks it for the driver who wants to race.." students of AE "A" Class 536 JoAnn Murphy of Kansas City, Jacksonville, Fla., 32212
is hard to keep your mind on recently for having won the Mo., have four children.
what you are doing. la

He should be an alert person NARTU-News & Viewswhich t
and not a show off. A good
driver never drives when he is TOGETHERNESS this word is is the highest mark ever NOW OPEN!
tired or sick. He is always normally associated with the attained during the school's
courteous to other drivers. family but it can in some cases existence. ,LOut of a possible COMPLETE
LINE
James R. Yates PR3 AMD be associated with the Naval Air 1,500 points he managed to OF HOME
Loft: "I think before you can bea Reserve. acqiire 14325.
good driver r*":-- Howard L. Roshaven and TomC. Capt. T. B. Ellison NATTCC. Furnishings- Kclvlnator Appliances
AZ3'shaveestabUshed 0., presented the honorman
Field
you have to obey -j FINANCING
FOR
MILITARY FREE DELIVERY
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all safety a completely parallel naval care- certificate and congratulated
rules. The Oleson during the class gradua
rules were er.Roshaven and Field enteredthe tion ceremonies at the NATTC FLORIDA Furniture MART
written to Naval Air Reserve December Theater.
make driving 22, 1963 by Joining the 85 Day Capt. Ellison spoke to the men
safer, and if Recruit to Airman Accelerated and guests on the schooling of 6263 ROOSEVELT BLVD: BY ST. JOHN MOBILE HOMES
people would YATES Training Program NARTUJax. today's Navy men in leadershipand
obey them there would be fewer Both made AA on the same day. the importance of this type
accidents. The similarity of their careers education in the future of our
Consideration of others is also became even more pronouncedwhen nation. The captain was especially CHIEF CAMPBELL'S
important. Being nice to other they entered the Aviation pleased with this class
drivers doesn't cost anything Maintenance Administrationman because it had attained the highest Bland Ix.g Tenneco
it sure would make driving a lot Class "A" School at NATTC average since thebeginningof SERVICE STATION
more pleasant and safer." Memphis, Tenn., and finishedas Leadership School.
the TOP TWO MEN from Oleson competed with fifteen 103rd and Blandlng Offers
Terry Stenson AA,Air Term- NARTU Jax. other sailors from other
inal: "The making of a good Until ;recently?both>;attended commands in'the 'Jacksonville : GAS FOR LESS
driver comes ., monthly meetings "as'"'membersof Navy Complex.. ,:: f .
with the know- VR 742 attached to NARTU Tt MMlfary P rstntl MidGtvtriMtct ..

ing and observance Jax. . . .
of all On January tenth of this' year EnpUyMs
the safe driv- they boarded the same train to
ing rules and report at Charleston, South College students from Floridaand AT OUR SPECIAL ISLAND
traffic,laws. If Carolina, to await orders for the South Georgia interviewed ALSO Wash rice Wax Delco Batteries
people fleet and begin their two yearsof RAdm Richard L. Fowler Chiefof
would learn STENSONthem active duty required by the Naval Air Reserve Training Lubrication o Firestone Tires

and practice them, there contract they signed with the during his visit here to inspect Tune-ups irr' Quaker State Oil
would be fewer accidents. Being Naval Air Reserve. NARTU and the Selected Air
able to stay away from alcoholic Field and Roshaven were bornin Reserve. Brake work General Auto Repair
beverages when behind the wheelIs the same year 1942, at the The admiral answered '
very important. Anyone who same hospital in Flint,Michigan questions on the Naval Air lOAD SERVICE 0700.2400'
has been drinking has nobusiness and now claim the same hometown Reserve and talked about his
driving an automobile. Winter Haven, Fla. recent* experiences as
Commander of Patrol Force ..
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106: "In my opinion a good Patrol Force.
driver is one I The college representativeswill
that is always f Williard F., Oleson..AX2 has ,compete with, each other by w.i"A'.
Improving his '" taken, top honors at the NATTC writing articles on the interview.
ability of being f'-' Leadership School. The student; who ,submits' the
a good driver.. Oleson, attached to NARTlTs best published article will j
Too many r. I Jax Technical Training receive a prize as well as a
times one lets I Department, finished the: two plaque for his college, donated,
himself be week course with a 95.5 average; by the Navy League.
come unaware ME/NS -
of the fact that he drives by
habit. This is'the cause of many
of the minor accidents that there MONEY IN 1 DAY
are today. If people would Just '
keep their mind on what they '
are doing driving would be much
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EDITORIAL Chaplains/ Message"STOUTHEARTED

I USO 25 Years ServiceThe I ,D i v i in e S e'r VI c P* MEN"By



ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
United Service Organization known to millions of Americansin Chaplain William A. Smith
uniform as the USO, celebrates Its 25th birthday, Feb. 4, 1966. Edward's Chapeland
Born of the Second World War, the USO has continued to serve There is certainly nothing wrong in wanting to gain greater
American fighting men and women away from home through periodsof strength. In fact the great need of the world today is for men
cold-war and limited conflicts against those who would destroyour Naval Hospital enough morally and spiritually to withstand the onslaughts

traditions of freedom and self determination. SUNDAY MASSES of strong the enemies of the Christian faith. Paul adonished the men of

!:; Hospital - - 0630St. his day to be "Strong in the Lord."
Edward's Courage: has always been one virtue of those who are truly
: 25th 4A Chapel - 0900 & 1100 faithful to God. Throughout the history of our country the men
: USI (J ERSARY ". who measured up in true courageous statue have been the men of
DAILY MASSESSt. decisive devotion to our Creator.
f t Edward's: Conviction is the "steel" of character for that man whose life
I, Monday thru Friday 1130 Is held in the hands of a God of moral purpose and verity. Sucha
stand for something in which he believes despitethe
Saturday - - 0900 man is willing to
Naval Hospital: critical and the scornful. Such a man walks calmy amid the
and the shallowness of the times because of an Inward
fN Friday - - 1205 failing things
i
tit strength.
Q CONFESSIONS' Consecration is a quality of life found in the heart of a man who
I 4 ; St. Edward's : has given up his selfish "freedom" in order to find the freedomin

Saturday - -1900 2000 soul through dedication to the will of God.
May we feel inspired to turn "self" into an instrument through
Sunday - 0815 0845;
I 1015 1045 which the strength of God can move in the world. Let us seek
1. Hospital: Sunday --0615 sincerely for the truth and wisdom of God and finding it, reach
out to use it in service and love for humanity.

USO shows have become a tradition for the American servicemanand CATECHISM CLASSES
for American entertainers. USO Canteens in the United States Chapel Annex Building 722: School Of Religious Instruction
and dozens of foreign lands have been "home" to thousands for Saturday's 1000

the past quarter century. SERVICES Feb. 12, and contin- These are Episcopal,PresbyterIan -
No one can measure just what the USO has meant to American DIVINE Beginning
servicemen. No one can put a dollar value on 25 years of better PROTESTANTAll uing for a total of eight Satur- and Methodist. For young
morale for "the boys in uniform." Saints Chapel days, the annual School of Re- people desiring to join or be
confirmed in other denomina-
Youth
will
As a non profit, private organization supported through donations ligious Instruction for
from the American people it is a living, working symbol to those in SUNDAY'S be conducted by the Protestant tions, it will be necessary for,
the military that the folks back home do remember and do care. 0800 ---- -Holy Communion Chaplains at All Saints' Chapel. the Chaplains to make arrange-
will from 9:30 to ments with the pastor of a local
(AFPS) 0930 & 1100 -Divine Worship Sessions run
11:30 each Saturday and will con- Church of that denomination.
SUNDAY SCHOOL sist lectures,discussions,film Eligible young people are those
Navy Optometrist Plugs 0930 '- -Chapel Annex and other training aids. now in the sixth grade of schoolor
Building 722 The first four Saturdays will higher who sincerely desireto
be devoted to a general background receive this Instruction and
WEDNESDAY'S history of the Christian participate in this School. Par-
Use of Running LightsThe ------CooIr Rehearsal Church; while the remaining four ents are urged to assist their

Saturdays will be devoted to Instruction young people in a decision regarding -
SECOND MONDAY of Each Month In preparation for their participation.Those .
use of daytime headlights and / or running lights on moving 0930 Chapel Women's Guild membership In the particular who desire to partici-
vehicles is being urged as a means of accident prevention by Lt. (Small Chapel) denomination chosen by the youth pate in this School of Religious
Cmdr., B. L. Newman, Optometry Officer at the Naval Air Station, and his parents. Only three Instruction should call Ext. 425

Memphis, Term."Running U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL denominations are representedamong or 470 or stop at the Chap-
Sunday's - 1000 the Protestant lain's Office.
lights on ships and planes are an accepted procedure.Why Chaplains.
not the same thing for automobiles?" asks Dr. Newman.

"Our eyes play tricks on us even under the best of conditionsand CECIL, FIELD BORKLUND.Contlnuecllrom-
any means ,we ,can take to make the vehicles we drive more ApprovedHousing .
obvious to other drivers increases the margin of: safety. During TodayPROTESTANT Page 1
the winter months and shorter ( ,
'daylight hours, this problem becomes, '
Choir Practice at7l
even more acute." \ p. m. important part of their or-

The idea of running lights or daytime headlights was shown to Sunday-Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. Defense Sec. Robert S. Me ganization.The' .
be an Important safety factor 'in research carried on at Indiana Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. Namara said he will ask Congressto luncheon, meeting was pre
University Bloomington, Ind. For ,instance, data gathered from Comunion on the first Sundayof continue authorization for con- sided over by Capt. J. R.
Mackroth Officerof
46 companies whose commercial vehicles were using running lights, the month. struction of 8,500 military family Commanding
NAS and President of
housing units that had been Sax,
showed a 33.7 per cent reduction in accidents. The U. S. Post
Office ,at Indianapolis ,saw a reduction from 36 to 25 accidentsin CATHOLIC temporarily deferred because of Chapter 40. During the meetingthe

the first year that running lights were put into use. A Kokomo, Ind., Dally-. urgent operational requirementsIn Captain appointed Mr.
Vietnam.At Leonard Eubanks as' Chairman
11:20
,cab company,with approximately three million miles a year driving, a. m. Mass'. ., '" of nomination committee consisting -
record, saw a decrease from 8 to 2 accidents in the first year 8 Sunday- the same time Secretary Me of 'Mr. Walter Haniiltdn and
of using running lights on their cabs during daylight hours. fessions am. and noon Mass Con- Namara announced approval of a Mr. L. J.Bar111a. The committeewill
heard before each Mass. plan 19 seek .congressional of officers
consider slate
a
Hundreds of miles were driven in an experimental auto with
and without running lights on various kinds of roads and in traffic JEWISH authorization to provide 13,075 to be elected for the coming

varying from ,moderate. ,to heavy. Movies were:taken of.oncoming 'Call.,Ext. 311 for., Information 'units privately for owned leased housing year at the March meeting.
'vehicles.' These movies show :that:roughly one car.in ,on'Jewish Services.Traffic .' military.farnilies. In the ,Introduced- as: new memberswere
''U. S., 'almost:doubling existing Mr. Vance Goode'of the '
three passes much too close for comfort. Many were within
30 Inches of the .center line, allowing little margin of safety if authority for 7,000 leased Security Department and Mr.
either :car weaves slightly or has to 'make, a sudden,emergency: quarters. Doglas King and Mr.' Cecil
swerving stop. ViolationsThe Acree, both of Overhaul and Repair .
"As soon as feasible,"the Sec- Dept. .
When running lights were in use, on the experimental auto, the following is a report of retary said,"we shall push for-
number of close passes fell to one in five I Dr. Newman points out motor vehicle accidents and ward vigorously, as we have OPCONBI//LD/NG-/
that with these statistic's you'll have 13 fewer close calls per traffic violations for the period done during recent years,build
'100 cars you pass if you keep your headlights burning, or install January 18 January 24. thousands of required new Contnuecllrom Page 1
running lights. This means that on a long trip, when you may passas Number of Accidents military family housing units." The new eight story hospitalwill
many as 50,000 cars, you will have 6,500 safer passes.Dr. This Week January 18- cover two acres of land
January 24 --------7 The services now have located southwest of the
Newman states that for effect should present
optimum running lights
Total Accident this year through authority to pay up to $160 a hospital.The .
be mounted as high as possible and in the proximity to the regular month
,
January 24 - .- 23 including utilities and Arnold Company has been _
headlights. Also, they should be wired so that they only burn when
maintenance and
Number of Accidents operations, for given 784
the through days to complete the
Ignition switch is on. On open highways where high speedsare -- privately owned
January 1965' - 21 quarters. steel and concrete structure.
more common, low beam headlights should be used.
Total number of days since
last Injury in a motor vehicle
accident -----------3

Number of Violations
This Week - - 24
JTA5C AIR MEWSThe : Speeding .-, ---------3
,
Reckless Driving - -0
Going through Stop Sign -3
JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Other Violations -- - 18 r
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Twenty seven drivers

Jacksonville( florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, a Hearing before the Traffic
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR Board at the meeting
NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, held on January Disposition

Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before of the cases included the
following: Five lost driving and
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- aboard
station
parking privileges
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
for various periods; One was The A-l Skyraider is the oldest attack aircraft the
on
Advertisements opera-
solicited
are by thepublisherandqueries
assigned to complete a six-hour
concerning such should be directed to course in remedial driving at tional flight line. Flown by the Navy, Marine Corps and Air

The Holt Publishing Company, 3649 Philips Highway, lax Police Academy; Eight Force the A-l has a series of special designs that allow from
Jacksonville, Florida, 32207, Telephone 359.4040 received suspensions; Thirteen one to four crew members and special equipment. Shown above'is
were given warnings; Four the Air Force A-1E version of the Skyraider. The aircraftis

VOL. 23 NO. 44 January 27, 1966 fined, (U. S. Commisioner) ; particularly effective for low, slow ground support work and
and two referred to commanding has been carrying a heavy load of combat missions in the
officers for possible disciplinaryaction. Republic of Vietnam.

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9IfYaAsklfs NATTC :- ,, CPO CLUB MANAGER
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Applications are desired for
the position of civilian mess
Have you ever thought of the J. H. Thompson, SN, Library: Behind The Scene manager of the Chief Petty
many special qualities it takesto "A good driver has Rood... react- Officers Mess Open, at NAS
be a good driver? To find ions. He alsohasabrainthat 5 Jacksonville. Each applicationmust
out some of the things that peo- 1' by Angus Thompson J03A be in writing, must show
ple say a good driver must pos- is being used at Fleet Reserve transfer was "Honor Flag" for the third date and place of birth and
sess, the "If Ya AskUs"reporter all times while in order this week at the Naval time. Honor class 536 took the must Include a resume of
made his rounds at NAS Cecilto he isbehindthe Air Technical Training Centeras flag with a total of 768 points education specialized training
get the opinion of the person- wheel. I believe Chief Petty Officer John M. for the week of January 10 16. and all working experience.
nel there. The question he put that the Harris was transferred Monday rrrrrr0,0 Experience of not less than
to them was: What things are younger set January 24.Harris Raymond M. Myers, AE1, a six months in mess (club)
,most important in making a good should be the THOMPSONbest AEC, a former veteran who was in on the operation is required. Club
driver? at the privilege of driving instructor In NATTC's AE Marshall, Guam and Saipan experience must be shown
Michael Smaglinski, FA, Cha- but they aren't. School accepted his orders to operations during WWII, and a completely and in detail location t
plain's Office: the Fleet Reserve without benefitof present student in NA TTC's AE dates in each position, names of :
One of the ': Most of the accidents today ale formal ceremonies. He was 'a" School, reenlisted for six clubs, and exact duties per-
most Important .' due to poor reflexes caused from transferred in the officeof years Friday,January 21. formed.)
things that ? & ',. alcoholic consumption. Another Captain Thomas B. Ellison, Myers who has 12, years of Applications will be accepted
makes a good 1 \ prime cause of accidents is try- NATTC's CO. broken service, spent nearly from all interested persons who
driver Is com- t' ing to make the nations highways Harris, a part time physics eight months with the Navy Scouts consider themselves qualified.The .
mon sense. ; : student at Jacksonville and Raiders a pre frogman applications for employment
Good reaction 'SMAGL/NSK// a place to race with the University had completed 21 group during action In the will be accepted through March
is also impor- other fellow. If a person wantsto years of active duty.rrrrirrrr. Marainas. 12, and should be delivered or
tant. He should be able to see how fast 1 his car can go, He is the son of Mrs. AnnaB. addressed as follows: :
stay away from alcoholicbeverages he should join one of the many Captain Thomas B. Ellison Holm of Mexico Missouri. Administration Officer '
before driving. Once race clubs, they have tracks extended congratulations to the Myers and his wife, the former Box 2, U. S. Naval Air Station t'I
you have had a few drinks it for the driver who wants to race.." students of AE "A" Class 536 JoAnn Murphy of Kansas City, Jacksonville, Fla., 32212
is hard to keep your mind on recently for having won theNARTUJVews Mo., have four children. s.
what you are doing. '.

He should be an alert person & Viewswhich
and not a show off. A good
driver never drives when he is TOGETHERNESS this word is is the highest mark ever NOW OPEN!
tired or sick. He is always normally associated with the attained during the school's
courteous to other drivers. family but it can, in some cases existence. Out of a possible
COMPLETE
James R. Yates, PR3 AMD be associated with the Naval Air 1,500 points he managed to LINE OF HOME
Loft: "I think before you can bea Reserve. acqiire 1,432.5.
good driver a Howard L. Roshaven and TomC. Capt. T. B. Ellison, NATTCC. Furnishings- Kelvlnator Appliances

you have to o- Field, AZ3'shave establisheda 0., presented the honorman FINANCING FOR
bey all safety completely parallel naval care- certificate and congratulated MILITARY FREE DELIVERY!
rules. The Oleson during the class gradua-
rules were er.Roshaven and Field enteredthe tion ceremonies at the NATTC FLORIDA Furniture MART
written to Naval Air Reserve,December Theater.
make driving 22, 1963, by Joining the 85 Day Capt. Ellison spoke to the men
safer and if Recruit to Airman Accelerated and guests on the schooling of 6263 ROOSEVELT BLVD: BY ST. JOHN MOBILE HOMES
people would YATES Training Program at NARTU Jax. today's Navy men in leadershipand
obey them, there would be fewer Both made AA on the same day. the importance of this type
accidents. The similarity of their careers education in the future of our
Consideration of others is also became even more pronouncedwhen nation. The captain was especially CHIEF CAMPBELL'S81an.ding
important. Being nice to other they entered the Aviation pleased with this class
drivers doesn't cost anything and Maintenance Adminlstrationman because it had attained the highest Tenneco
it sure would make driving.a lot Class "A" School at' NATTC average since beginning of the 'SERVICE' STATION r
more pleasant and safer." Memphis, Tenn., and finishedas Leadership School.
the TOP TWO. MEN from Oleson competed with fifteen 103rd and Blandlng' Offers
Terry Stenson AA,Air Term- NARTU Jax. other sailors from other 1
inal: "The making of a good Until ;recently<<; '?both? >: attendedmonthly' commands in 'the Jacksonville GAS, FOR. LESS
.
.. 1 .. '
: "
driver comes meetings as membersof Navy Complex. .: < ? ;.IIlif-( : \
with the know- VR 742 attached to NARTU Tt MflJfiry PtriMMl lid

ing and observance Jax.On .
of all January tenth of this year rrrrrrrrCollege G..r..t E.I"I
'
the safe, driv- they boarded the .same train to
ing rules, and' report at Charleston, South students from Floridaand AT OUR SPECIAL ISLANDALSO
traffic:laws. If Carolina, to await orders for the South Georgia interviewed Wash & Wax Delco ,Batteries
fleet and begin their two yearsof RAdm Richard L. Fowler Chiefof
laud STENSON active duty required by the Naval Air Reserve Training Lubrication Firestone Tires

them and practice them, there contract they signed with the during his visit here to inspect Tune-lips i Quaker State Oil
would be fewer accidents. Being Naval Air Reserve. NARTU and the Selected Air
able to stay away from alcoholic Field and Roshaven were bornin Reserve. Brakework General Auto Repair
beverages when behind the wheel the same year 1942 at the The admiral answered
is very Important. Anyone who same hospital in Flint Michigan. questions on the Naval Air ROAD SERVICE 07002400Kennel t'I
has been drinking has nobuslness and now claim the same home Reserve and talked about his
driving an automobile. town Winter Haven, Fla.rrrrrrS recent experiences as I
Commander of Patrol Force ,
.- --- -- --
--- --- --
-- -- ---
AMSAN VA- -- --- -- -- -
Wayne Meins .'. Seven Fleet' and the U.S. Taiwan ------ --
106: "In my opinion, a 'good Patrol. Force. -
driver is one j The college representativeswill
that Is always ? Williard F. Oleson,",AX2, has compete .with,each other by' 121T1
improving his taken top honors at the NATTC writing articles on interview. -
ability of being ?' Leadership School., The student; who ,submits the. (
a good driver.w Oleson attached to NARTlTs best published article will :
Too many r'. I Sax Technical Training receive a prize as well as a
times one'letshimself Department finished the two plaque for his college, donated
become t week course with a 95.5 average by the Navy League.
unaware ME/NS ",
of the fact that he drives by ...dtrwa r.ri rlw.,1../
.
habit. This is'the cause of many
-- of the minor,accidents that there M 1 .
are today. If people would just ,
keep their mind on what they 1
are doing driving would be much $25RflNiDA.fl'
safer and better. to 600 I

ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE
Mr. "Do
Newlywed: you mean
there's only cheese for dinner?" Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us
Mrs. Newlywed: "Yes, dear. how much you want. ,Pick up the. cash at your
When the chops caught,fire and convenience. Sa ..day service
fell into the dessert had to use I
the soup to put out the fire." 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN

You Get Mo. Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt.

S 84.33 S 5.00 $355.79 S 21.00 I
Can You
151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00

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For Financing and Insurance
Stateside aid Overseas Call payments Include .
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I: ,f I- NEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY 1 I Bits For &Women Pieces'' 1. *


oy Sharon Arnold LibrarianTHEY '. .,. '
i BOTH WERE NAKED by promises and status worship in she is being harassed by Beauchamp .. .} ;.
( Philip Wylie. A story of a American life. government agents and when By Marge ;..* .
business tycoon whose benevolent . . the inevitable murder occurs, ...*'"d
facade covers a multitude of LAUGH DAY by Bennett Cerf. Nero and Archie find SOCIAL BITS t' .
carnal lusts and whose tentacles A new collection of over 1000 themselves up against the entire
of power embrace business humorous stories, Jokes, anecdotes weight of the FBI. Mrs. I.eonConleywas Installedas NARTU WIVES'CLUB/ ,
finance, science, education, and observations. . . President of the Navy Wives Goossen
Mrs. E. D.
government and sociology The Illustrated with line drawingsby THE DUCHESS SAYS NO by Club /# 86 in candlelight cere- and Mrs.
Daniel Conroy, were hostesses
is narratedbyPhilipWylie, Michael Frith. Frank 0' Rourke. A young and held in the ballroom of at
who story appears as major character' . .-. pretty American Duchess drives monies the Hotel Roosevelt Saturday a luncheon for the Naval Air
Reserve Training Unit
commissioned to write the man's THE DOORBELL RANG by Rex her grandfather's magnificent evening. Mrs. Conley's boardof Officers
Wives Club, Jan. 19.
biography, and he uses the Stout. Nero Wolfe and his legman, automobile once around the islandof officers are: Mrs. Charles
occasion to deliver a scathing Archie, take on the case of a San Bobo California, in a -VicePresidentMrs.Theo; CPO WIVES/ CLUB
denunciation of tragic com very wealthy woman who claims March 17 ritual, and attractsan dore Glasslmire Recording Members of the NAS Jax Chief
eager young man plus a Harold Lutz -
Secretary: Mrs. Petty Officers Wives Club and
.
horde of antique -car collectors.A -
Mrs. Jay Perry
Treasurer; their husbands enjoyed a
i : comedy. .-.romance. .story.. Corresponding Secretary; Mrs. spaghetti dinner at the Skeet
:: ae Joseph SkapyakParliamentari Club at NAS Jax last Saturday
BIG CHIEF UNMASKED: The story of Soviet an; and Mrs. Jerry Marshall, evening.
OITIRE..CO. espionage by Ronald Seth. The Chaplain. Opt. William Baker,
.. r history of Soviet spy scandals, Commanding Officer of the Naval JOWC ,
of today's headlines with a full Hospital was the guest speakerfor Members of the Jacksonville
description of how Soviet spies the formal dinner. Dis- Officers Wives Club are reminded -
"', are recruited and trained. that their monthly

ALL "195 Illustrated tinguished guest included Rear luncheon will be Friday Feb.4 at
$ Admiral and Mrs. H. H. Cald- the NAS Jax Officers,Club. Miss
SIZES I Ries Tex well, Cdr. and Mrs.L.A.Menard Carol Lane will speak on,"Travel
NEW SLOT CAR TRACKCdr and Capt. and Mrs. H. B. Stott. A La Car U. S. A. "

$2.50 EXTRA FOR WSW OR TUBELESS "
I L. A. Menard
NO DOWN PAYMENT. .NO PAYMENTS FOR 6 WEEKSWE Executive Officer, NAS Jax, Irvw

FINANCE ANYONE IN USN OR USMC wiH conduct the ribbon
cutting ceremonies toC mark
FREE Balance & Af/gnmenf-W/f/i-Purcnoje/ / of 4 Tires the official opening of the
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SPEED EQUIPMENT new expanded Model Slot
Car Racing facilities at theN
Ctnpltte. ef Meg Wheels TIC I..llrs AS Jax Hobby Shop.

tidig Slicks Chrome Pipes Fleer Shifts The ribbon cutting will
take place at 1 p.m., Sunday

BIG CHIEF TIRE CO. Jan.Information 30. Personnel on Sunday's desiring

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Jacksonville Area Civil Service NewsCivilian



Golf A_ _ _

Group OrganizedOn ..41i .- President Seeks Improved ,
',.. ,..t\rt'\ f;;
January 12, 1966 a
civilian golfers met in the groupof club t ".. ......! Solve
house at the Pine Tree Golf L Ways to ProblemsPresident
Course determine how 3 ; of
to many a """ '
would be interested in forminga I ,.
club. Upon reaching a decision : Johnson is pleased Federal civilian and military
election of officers and appointment with the progress of Federal field installations; in those local-
of committees was con Executive Boards but has called ities.-
ducted. Leroy Bjorkman) O&R, .. ,. '.'" \ for "no letup in our campaign
was elected President; James .. : against waste and inefficiency in In a letter to Chairman-Macy..
Vearil. O&R, Vice President; ': ... the the conduct of the people's, the President said.-Concened
E. T. Forrest DSSO, Secretary ." business' and has challenged action on the. part of the Federal
Treasurer. Dick Cleveland Federal officials to seek improved executives,"**:!. evidenced by the
O&R was appointed Chairmanof 'ji; ways to solve existingand achievements set forth in your
1L-
the Tournament and Enter- :i $ \i new problems in Govern- report, is a necessary element In 1..
tainment Committee. He also ment. 'our goals. I, am, of course,
serves on the Rules Committee, The President's remarks were pleased that continuing pro-
together with Carl Reiter Supplyand THIRTY YEAR EMBLEMS were recently/ awarded by Copf. J. in response to the annual report gress is being made."
R. C. Kennedy O&R. Mr. R. Mackroth, commanding'Of fleet HAS Jax to a group of employees by Civil Service Commission The President cautioned how-
C. E. Field of O&R was desi- who /have completed more than 30 years combined! Fe- Chairman, John W. MacyJr. ever, that "much more remainsto
gnated Chairman of Handicap eeraService./ Recipients of the awards are, from left right ., on the_,operations and accomplishments be done. The elimination of
Committee. G. H. McLemore, Jack K. Heard, Richard L. Mlddleton, Copf. Mackroth; Dan of the boards. prejudices, the ''removal of all
O&R Frank Callender IRO, iel Baffari; Euell L. Cain; Jesse E. Bivings; Cdr. Lou Dorrocco The boards were established earlY barriers to equalopportunitythe
Frank Reiter DSSO.iand? Charles Assistant O&R Officer, also attended the in 1962 by Presidential dir- development of the fun potential '
ceremony. ,
lI wkins..Supply. were appointed ective. of all citizens especially our
to the' Membership Committee. NA TTC Employee Completes Federal Executive Boards young people, are tasks that will
functioning in 12 metropolitan with for
Charles Adams Jack King and key remain us' some time.
Bill Gouchnour all of O&R are in 15 Years areas of considerable Federal There can be no letup In our
Federal
charge of publicity.The ServiceA activity are charged with Increasing campaign against waste and Inefficiency
Executive Committee has the effectiveness and in the conduct of the
planned a meeting for the purpose Civil Service employee at tary Personnel Officer have economy of Federal Government people's business."
of drafting a constitutionand NATTC was praised in a letter significantly .contributed to the operations in the field through He also commended Mr. Macyon
by laws which they will by Captain Thomas B.- Ellison efficient' processing of many per Interagency co ordination. The his initiative In communicating
present for approval at the next for completing 15 years .of..Fed- sonnel matters. I feel certain boards operate in Atlanta Chicago with other organizations of Fed-
open, meeting. eral Service Jan.::10. s that you derive much personal Dallas. Denver Kansas eral field officials and called on
Cdr. L. F. Cooney. NATTC's satisfaction from the knowledgethat City Los Angeles New York, every Federal official to "per
Attendance was in excess of Military Personnel Officer pre- you contribute to the successful Philadelphia Seattle San Francisco sonally' involve himself in pur-
that anticipated and extremely sented his letter to Mrs. Kathy administration of this and St.Louis.Board members suit of our common goals vigorously -
ethusiastic. The managementof Fromhart during ceremonies in Command." are the top executives of and imaginatively. '
Pine Tree Golf Club has a- his office. Mrs. Formhart has worked as
greed to grant various conces- The letter stated "Your efforts a Secretary in the Military Per-
sions; as is the policy with other in the performance of your sonnel Office since December Health Benefits Program !
group organizations. duties as Secretary to the Mili 1960.H'5 ..I

Covers Workers' ildr'l )

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I When# the Federal Employee's.' ee's contract.. In such'i' *.tses.
Smart Health Benefit Program began medical certification attesting ,
it was specified that unmarried Incapacity for self support
children age 19 would not be for ,one year or ,more is neces-
covered under the employees'plan. sary.
In 1964, this
August
I N vER QuA
prohibition was changed to
To& specify that unmarried children MAN..NE NL.Ya
under the age of 21, step -child- Soy f QN 1O IAA IDfl
ren, foster children and recognized -
natural children living in a
parent child relationship
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WASHINGTON -- A war within at DaNang, Just as other Viet "We took our helicopters out to win their confidence and af- LeMy village near Da Nang I -
Cong had already hit Bien Hoa and crawled aboard is said, "I was on a combat mis-
t't'li! Vietnam war Is being fought they car- fection. just one example of the '
by American Marines, armed not and Pleiku to the South. rying all they could,.leaving most The Communist guerrilla goes Marines' war against the Viet t sion. Today, P m giving clothes
President Johnson saw fit to of behind. farther to gain this all to kids. This job is more satis
their
with guns but with simple,American possessions It a step Cong. The airbases s must be
style kindness and under- call In the Marines. The villageof was quite a sight. important community support -- defended fying. Maybe" it's more Important -
LeMy lived in fear of the day "Then just the other Communist leaders have Around too.
standing. day
terror. f
h airbases _____________________
American Marines would come. "Where battalfon.st re
For the U. S. Marines, Viet- said Walt, "five women were out written: voluntary com are of young At Da Nang, Sgt. John Moss,
nam Is a new kind of warfare.' The Communists had told them in a sampan when h they y were stop munity support is not spon- American Marines living 1 In the of Costa Mesa, Calif., has found
It Is a ,war like no other, but how b brutal the Americans were. a Viet Cong. He wanted taneously forthcoming at the outbreak mud of foxholes with no more another way to wage this war of
with rules as old as mankind.It The Marines they said, were pedidY r" to t their h I village.l When of the struggle or canthan a rubber poncho for a roof. friendship. About four monthsthey r I

___ Is a war that demands the cold the worst. t got to LeMy, t they pushed not be sustained at the desired ago, he bought t a small horse.
blooded courage to storm Into As the point squad of the 2nd him out and began screaming. level, the guerrilla movement Their Since that time, he has been in i_ _____
battle, then the warm hearted Battalion, Third Marines approached ''Viet Congl Viet Congl'!,' must resort to terrorism to conditions are hardly y as the ponyride: d business.s '
kindness to comfort the victims- a single shot rang out. The success at LeMy is enabling -, compel such support." g good as the refugees in the war"they
the hungry, naked children caughtup A Marine, struck in the shoul-- the Marines to beat the "Terror", they say, .". is the are fighting. But somehow, "When I show up with 'Willie )
L j-I in the nightmare of conflict.It der, buckled and fell to the Viet Cong at his own game. guerrilla leader's' most potent between find skirmishes, the Marines the horse'', he says, "kids: I
I is a war of front line ground. The sniper disappeared. When Clement's Marines patrol weapon." Then they add, "The d the time and energy to help come running from everywhere.

k .',, diplomacy where one careless act Not one villager had seen him. the jungles around LeMy, they use of terror, to be effective t these refugees. War is bad business, especially
F can have costly consequences. The guerrillas hid in bunkers leave stake outs behind where must be absolute., In the hills around Qui Nhon, for the kids. Taking them for
-' : It's' a war where words backedup as the Marines came to give food the now friendly villagers have 150 miles south of Da Nang a ride makes them forget the NAVY CORPSMAN AND DOCTORS with the 2nd Battalion, set'

-__;: ./ ';-' rt//1..., by deeds are equally as impor- and clothing to the villagers. One A Viet terror has been Leathernecks of the Battalion, ugly things for a while. For up an) aid! station In the village of LyrAy, ''South Viet/ ? Nam. They
Cong
;
CLOTHING distribution from 2/4/4, 'VMF.274 the '' tant as good marksmanship and by one,the Marines tripped mines frieported guerrlfllahactivity.C four absolute. Literally thousands Seventh Marines r have set up a a few moments, each one of f t them h are responsible for a good J people I to people program In the
to Vietnamese roadside
brilliant battlefield tactics. and booby One by one, cafeteria offering free is happy."You '
villagers In the Chu Lal traps. Marines hides in the jungle for of village chiefs, town mayors, very Y area.
area. rice cooked suit
Vietnam is where both the Marines the to local taste.
a war dragged guerrillas days at a time, waiting for the collectors, school teachers ..
sides are battling to win the from their holes. Viet Cong to come out of his t tax know what?", he added,
and other officials Fifty yards has
minds of the people; where victory The villagers were "startled"to hole. government away a tent "I even forget t the bad stuff -
for either side depends find the guerrillas living have been beheaded by the Viet been erected. It is manned by myself." '
: on underneath their thatched huts. In full view of the two Navy doctors, three medical The Marines _________ L
I -7 the goodwill of the people rather Students of guerrilla warfare Cong, usually are waging this
can't' round community. assistants and an ambulance war of friendship with ___________
than the
physical occupation of "Why we just up have long declared the importance helpless driver. A few of the every ____ ____ ___
'
people
'land. these people and march them of the people to the over- Even more peasants, farmers, weapon they have. Friendship
_. It t is often frustration and' the through in front of us?"asked one all victory. The Marines are fishermen, women and children are reluctant to stop and be sometimes in a can--a can otC _____
treated for fear of
Viet
results' are slow in showing. frustrated squadleader. taking lessons from the masters. have died in terrorist bombings, Cong rations in the outstretched ______

t There areno- textbook answers "That's not the way we do it," Red China's. Mao TseTung on mined highways,and in wreck reprisal, but the crowd increases hand of a Marine--for wars have ______________________________________________________

for this kind of- war. The Mar- he was told. "We've' got to win summed it up decades ago: "The ed trains. daily. traditionally produced scared ______ _______

ines are writing the manual for them over, then hope they'll point people," he said, "are the water hungry people--and big, frlel'dlYIn ________ _______
problems as complex as- human out the mines and the booby which the partisan fish swim. The Asian Communist counts Hospital Corpsman Kenneth Marines. :

nature Itself. It is often (frustrating traps and the guerrillas." The fish can flourish only if'the on one thing. The West, with Blackwell, of Fresno Calif.,says ______
and the results are slow Lt. Col. David Clement, commander of the is deep rooted hunanitarIan ideals, there were no people at all when Friendship sometimes comes ,
temperature water
in showing. But it is' beginning of the battalion, decidedto right.'", reacts to bloodshed and protractthe Marines first arrived. As in a bottle of pills or syrup-- ____________________ ______
make his stand at LeMy. ed violence With a troubled :
to pay off.LeMy Mao felt it important enough _____________ _____
_
lagers started to re treat such things as pneumonia ________
is a village. complex "Somebody's got towlnthewar, to admonish his guerrillas with conscience. They will not meet appear __________________
curious and afraid first. where a pack of herbs on a vic-
which nestles along the south he said. "To do that, we haveto "three rules and remarks" terror with terror. at They
eight
bank of the wlndling Ca De River win the people. We've' wona on dealing with the people: American Marines believe the found the Americans friendly and tim's chest had been the remedy. ____________ _________ __________
about seven miles north of Da- few around here. We'll' win All actions concept of terror to be false. In they responded. Friendship comes In the bat- ______________________________
Nang. The travelogue narrator some more ." mand. are subject to com the long run, they have found, tle-scarred hands' of a Marine __________

: k would describe it as a typical Clement's Marines patientlywent Do not steal from the kindness is the most potent wea- infantryman, teaching a Vietnamese _________
sleepy little tropical community, on with their difficult task Be neither selfish nor people. pon against the guerrilla. The At, the Hue Phu Bai enclave, boy to count in English; ______.
unjust.
graced by swaying palms and of making friends. It took time. Replace the door when Marines'' war within the VIet40 miles north of Da Nang, the or hands giving what is probably '
: you have added another the first real doll to a little -
orphanage
And than friendship.Marines '
.?Ii golden rice fields.A more one Marine died leave the house. nam war is one of '.
I few weeks ago, LeMy'was from a sniper's shot while giving And it works. to their long and grow- girl destined by the (fate of guerrilla .....L
I food. Roll up the bedding on which ing list. Some 200 pounds of warfare to spend her youth
hONE a Communist stronghold e'well out But the Viet Cong, .
have ', ,
you lept
entrenched and well booby-trap" by his fierce and American, $ .?'*.' Major Ben Ferrell,, drawling clothing, collected by Marines in an orphanage. -
Be courteous. ...... -
Hawaii has been have : : I
wives in d Marines -
the
deFriendship, -- -
WAY TO WIN A WAR. ; ped. LeMy was the major Viet propaganda, unknowingly made former Texas l Is
.Father Edwin V. Bohula Be honest,In your transactions': Tyler, lawyer. MEDICAL CORPSMAN from 2nd Battalion 4th
lain of 'the 2nd Battalion I Chap. Cong supply'center for the entire'' the job easier. "civil affairs officer" for Gen.livered to the 500 children at the learned, is the ,weapon to''' win Marine medical i
3rd Marine Regiment, passes out valley leading in from the Ho When the villagers got usedto Return what you borrow. Walt's III Marine Amphibious St. Paul de Charles Or(hanage. this, war within the,Vietnam war. section under the direction of Lt. E. P. DeAngelo. (USH), ad.
soap to some of the 40 children the Replace what break. -
at Phu
you
Thuong Orphanage Chi Min infiltration trails. the smiling faces under "The Viet Cong, says Lt.Col. minister medical aid to the Vietnamese.
Force. His job is making sure
Father Do not ,bathe in the
near of the Danang.aid these Bohula Is responsible for procuring much The Viet Cong of LeMy were camouflaged helmets; when their of women. presence' that 30,000 Marines make friends David Clement, have neither the _________________________________________________
given Vietnamese children. preparing for an all out attack hunger was sated by the extra Do without with the Vietnamese. A Marine helicopter crewman firepower nor the reserve to
the rice when not authority search who hleped give out the clothes, counter us. When we can swim
on vital,bustling airbase ; they saw their t I
women the pocketbooks of those "We have no special! set up .. "
.. .
of well
you said it is debatable who gets in the sea people as /1/1
were not raped; when their arrest. for civil affairs. he explains. ____ __....tA_........ .... ... .....(.(,........ .!.lie...!. htr. _!IInt,, t tVi... n.. w# ''rf* ontna tn h: a _.... I' / .
sores began heal I11U1C! ;341131:) la\.uvu iu lllti UIWAl. .06..1 u -- C>- "D -- .. / .
THE to after the Ib'O'V. ////7l.
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OLD CHIEF I SAYS: CHURCH OF CHRIST corpsmen doctored them, they No successful guerrilla. I I'leader d We work through the chain of "This t time yesterday Y.," he win." ',f.C/, ,.... (-VV _
has failed command. Unit commanders,
5223 Wcsconctt Blvd. began to change their minds. to realize the impor- _______________ B BY Y BELLAIR L I HOME E BUILDERS I 'E I INC. 1. '.J.
Near NAS tance of the people. One expert go see the village chief and ________________
Just Off Tlmuquanr' Rd.< LeMy village today is the showcase of another era, T. E. Lawerence determine what the needs are ./ \
ot the Marine Corps. Cle (of Arabia medical, public works food, '
) noted that the '
guerrilla '
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On. libriy SUNDAYS: ment's Marines have rebuilt ""must' have a friendly population clothing. g (!j .

10:00: A. M. Bible Study bridges Cong. destroyed have by the VIet : not actively friendly but "While some Marines protect U p P 0 r t u r _________ ;

.-% ., fa't''f 'fer'''I.t.t tyir 11:00,6:00:: P.A. M.M. Worship Evening ServiceWEDNESDAYS school for the They the first time reopened in seven the betraying sympathetic rebelmovementstothe to the point of not others the village dig against wells,the make VietCong water, .--- W. j I''

years; market place, closed enemy.." points, build bridges, dikes and! .
for A
: I five years, is now open. ,
roads. duert
: Another more recent t ileri
aIN Maj. Gen. Lewis Walt,the burly expen I ..J :
Gen "Most I -
Vo readily accepted,
Nguyen Hanoi's suppose
7:30: P. M. Mid-Week Service quiet natured Kansan who Giap, .
defense is medical aid. The people '
minister
Church Phone SP 1-5075 commands' the and the victor
Minister Phone SP l 1-2646 nam, believes Marines in Viet at Dien Bien Phu,describes guerrilla were a bit ,reluctant at first to IlX/U/ .
the patience from'' '
warfare "neither come in for sick call. But give '. ,
., the"We're beginning is paying off. nor less than as the mobilization more them"a few days and let''a Corps'I''I/ - TheySupporf ______ ____________

.# __ (,pr. never reaping rewards" we of the rural masses." man clean up a few dirty kids, .::; ." .. t;"" ,
.
"Just really expected, he says. Giap, in the Indo China War, and they come In droves." i'j.';;I r-. tVt. -- )
few
or.lf14..flflcall NEWRENAULTS villagers a west weeks of ago here,some 1600 gained the will of the rural masses /. .J S t OurNewspaper !!,"' .'$[. t......., ..1 gi 1
suddenly .
decided they wanted by giving them the land The LeMy aid station set up .y.\\> ".L y'-1

to do with the Viet Cong.no more they worked, and by killing off at almost the same spot where the ( '*
wanted to leave their They the unpopular landlords and first Marine died in combat, is
village government tax collectors. now treating some, 200 Vietnamese !I. -
40 and be resettled in a safe
place. Point Nine of the Vie't Cong patients a day. .
ear$ But oRI
they G4 IT
were afraid to stan "Oath of Honor" is "to help "Our Navy doctors and r Rl
MILES PER GALLON walking for fear the Viet Cong the '
would people, respect the people Corpsmen, says Ferrell, "are \ .
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will be shown regularly "O" CLUB -Musicthis Friday USO NOTES 318 North Ocean ..-

.m., Monday through Saturday night at the club will be providedby Street Special events this weekat rti -
,' NATTC will have two feature Charlie Jay with the Sophist the USO include Ladies Choice
times, 2 p.m. and 7 p.m., Kats on Saturday. Tuesday is Night this Friday, and a Co Ed
on Saturdays and Sundays. The foreign dish night featuring gourmet Party on Saturday. Vespers and
the Holt Publishing Company
should be mailed to
refreshments this week will be ,Ads
will have featureon from foreign lands.
hospital one treats Florida 32207 to arrive
Jacksonville
3649 Philips! Hwy.
the Cootietts. Mondayis
Sunday at 7 p.m. Fried Chicken night is every served by not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs-
Cecil Field will have two shows Wednesday and a new regular Last Day Hop night. day.Ads arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
during the week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. feature on Thursday is "beef following week unless the publisher is instructed other
'Matinees will be shownweekendsat eaters" night. wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
2 and 5 p.m.Thursday. EM CLUB: Tonight is bingo be received WITH the copy for the ad. "

e CPO CLUB Dancing this Fri- night. Friday night ventriloquist
,, January 27 day night will be to the John Alex Houston will appear. Sunday DO NOT SEND CASH
Arnold "4" with Mark Castleon Mark Castle will entertain. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . .'. . .$2.00
NAS Curse of the Mummy's Saturday. Sunday's enter- Tuesday and Wednesday happy Per additional line ((4 words per line/;-. . ....O.50'For
Tomb Terence Morgan, Fred tainment will have the Strangersat hour will be from 5 to 6:30.

Clark 4 p.m., and the John Arnold
NATTC Mad Executioners "4" at 7:30 p.m. The club is I
Hanjorgs Felmy, Maria Perschy a popular place for .lunch and Sale 1961 Olds F 85 WOULD LIKE
Hospital Pardners Dean dinner, featuring an ever ex- CECIL FIELD CPO CLUB: Friday Wagon V/8, A/T R & H.IsW TO INTERVIEWA
Martin Jerry LewisC. panding menu. there will be a lobster din- 2 tone paint Ivory over Maroon
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James Darren, Pamela Tiffen ACEY DUCEY CLUB Mark be guest ventriloquist. Saturday First Offer over $650.00 Phone 45 who wants to consider a pro-
Castle will be providing the music there will be a T-bone dinner Holt, 359 4040 Weekdays. fessional sales career with a four
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Insurance, other
Game will be closed. plan;
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NAS Once a Thief Alain Sunday and Tuesday. POODLE CLIPPING: Profes- benefits. We seek a man who

Delon, Ann Margaret every Taught. If W.tt.m Night. sional training by New York for reasons beyond his control
Done t.the SWINCJTWSEv has limited advancement posi-
NATTC Curse of the School of Dog Grooming 771 -
BLUEJACKETS INN Phil Cay Fri Sat..
Mummy's Tomb -Terence Mor- and the Chamels will provide the 1130 ry p.m. lIr 0215. Puppies and Stud Service. bilities. If interested, write
gan, Fred Clark C.nTry MUSK tied Rock P.O. Box 2218, West Bay Annex,
Hospital Mad Executioners- dancing music tonight, returning HAWAIIAN VIUA6IDUCOTHEQUI A-60 for full details. All replies In
again on Sunday. March Wilson -
Hanjorgs Felmy, Maria PerschyC. 202 FlorWa Ave.. Cur. confidence.
and the Redcoats will take BUY TRADE.
Adams Sty 9 Was' wed SELL RENT -
Field Backfire Jean
Seberg,Jean-Paul- Belmondo over the spotlight on Friday with SPECIAL.f HM! All Ootor.. cipwt lwt..., CHOICE 2, 3, 4 BR homes, $100-
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Saturday. Game night is every .turn.*.at.No.w.r ..minimum.Stmph0iil Tell us your needs. DUKE 3805 Tyndale, 7 Rm, 1 1/2 B,
Saturday, January 29 Wednesday.Note .U* 4 fcy HM A-GO-GO LOSTUMBO, BKR. 771 0374. com. redec, 356 4181 bef.
SHrM M.... C*., IL '9012 5:00 or 387 4339 after 5 &
NAS The Rounders Henry : Commencing Feb. 1, the
t Fonda. Glenn Ford Bluejackets Inn will feature a i1Ia.Benut.s. wk ends.
REAL ESTATE Free consulta-
band Tuesday night. "TheAppollos" :
NATTC Once a Thief Alain every
', scheduled for this tion advice. 7 days a week.Homes FOR SALE: MOTORCYCLE
r Delon, Ann Margaret Tuesday. are % t for sale, $100 Down. Equities, Jawa, 175 cc. & helmet w/
Hospital Curse of the Mummy's 334 NAS Jax
No Qualifying. Rentals.Homesite face shield, ext. ,'
Tomb Terence Morgan,
Lots, Acreage, Investments.
Fred ClarkC. WALTER T. BOWEN, Reg. Bro- FOR SALE: 1962 CHEV. Else.
Field Mad Executioners- USN 384 1376 2dr. std. 771.7512
ker Retired. trans.
Hanjorgs Felmy, Maria Perschy

1k( lItEBO FOR SALE; 1962 GMC 1/2

Sunday, January 30 3 OR 4 BR HOME FROM $100 ton P/U; wide box V 6, long

', NAS Arizona Rangers -Audie dwn. Contact USN/RETS Art wheel base 771 7512
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' NATTC The RoundersHenry : )( Ode Eat PARK REALTY: 264 -. 2411. FURNISHED APTS: 3941 1/2
Fonda, Glenn Ford of InCOMPLETE BOONE PARK, 4 Rm Gar. Apt.
Hospital Once a Thief Alain con NAS, Grade School, PbEV7-

Delon Ann MargaretC. DINNERS 3356.
Field Mad Executioners- HOUSE FOR RENT: Orange Park

Hanjorgs Felmy, Maria Perschy iii y furn, 2 BR, conv NAS call WANTED: Tenant with mobile
264 6884.SUNBEAM. home to live on club property

Monday January 31 as caretaker. Free rent and
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: @ ; 66. White with red upholstery FOR SALE: ANTIQUES, ladies
;: nery NATTC, Harry-Anders Arizona Rangers- ", 4 0' (T'; R&H, sacrafice $2,100. armchair, tables.Chinese lamps,
Phone 744 1746 maps, trays. Call 771 1833
Audie Murphy, Buster Crabbe
Hospital -The Rounders-Hen- PHONE 771-7970 103 rrf Blanding Center
FOR SALE: JAPANESE Spitz
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pups. parents.
Field Curse of the Mummy's 4 BRs & 3 BRs, Panel dens w/ Beautiful specimens. Call 771-

;:tt Tomb Terence Morgan, fireplaces, central heat & A/C, 8530 after 4 PM -
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$1200 thru $1900. SINGER AUTOMATIC
Tuesday, February 1 YOUR INVITATIONTO VIRGINIA E. BELL, BKR. CONSOLE MODEL

264-2488 356-2462 Sewing Machine, ziz zags, blind
NAS Living It Up Dean VISIT ONE OF THE SOUTHEAST S LARGEST stiches, button holes, decoratesetc.
Martin, Jerry Lewis Original price $300 has
MOST MODERN ANDCOMPLETE FORD & MERCURY
( NATTC The Hill SeanCon-
DEALERSHIPS COVERING A CITY BLOCK bal. of $70 or assume,$8.00 mon.
nery Harry Anders HOUSE FOR SALE: Orange paymts. Will take old machine
Hospital Arizona Rangers FEATURING PERSONALIZED SALES & SERVICE Park, 3BR, 1 1/2 B, fen. yd. as part payment. 353 1946
Audie Buster Crabbe WITH YOUR CONVENIENCE IN MIND
Murphy, Call Mr. Johnson, NAS ext. 419 anytime A 1 Sewing Machine
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or 264 6570. Company.
Alain Delon, Ann Margaret

Ford Motorama Inc.H
Wednesday, February 2 TICKETS ON SALE AT CIRCUS SITE
Jacksonville C.||S...., IMS E. Mains St.
Or .t Deer B.for. Each Performance
NAS Ship of Fools Viv- | 17 Green&Cove Springs, Fid.
ien Leigh, Sirnone Signoret, Lee
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NATTC Living It Up Dean
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Field The Rounders- CYCLONE

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NATTC Movie Closed Handled: In <


Special Services has announced Minutes In Our Dealership: >.

that today will be the last day

for movies in the NATTC Before You Take Anyone's Deal See i BAILEX
Theater, due to poor attendance


i. only at the being shows.done on While a trial this basis Is, Ford 0 0 Motorama') 0 0 Inc.HY17 : )_ CIRCUS1J.SO

4.J:' 'the permanent closing of the ;


' .,. theater is being considered. If ORIIH COVI SpRlHGS/ltA.
this was done then two evening
shows would be available at the For your convenierice wf have insrolfe// rows. 1.17S2.SO.r PRt j AN. 28 4 and 8 p.m.
NAS Theater. -w'?&JacksonVfJJfc0; : fl64-2443 ; i'', '- 1.50 rows* Jo..U 1I.2f 8AT SUN... JAN 29.30. 1100 10130 and a.m":tOO. 2130 p.m and 8io p.m.,
Children .114. 12, fc.If| .*. ., All MetliM ..,.,t 1 'oM.. J... Tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 28th, MUSTANG COMET Tickets also on sale in Jacksonville at Civic Auditorium' .
wrestling matches will be heldat
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JAX MARINES Y Mei
t
GySgt. Joel Ferguson

'4.c FXT. 400 S 4
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i t December figure. P
GET
READYThe Reports from Marine Reserve

Marine Aviation Detach- units around the country indicatea
ment will stand the annual Inspector variety of sources for Fund)
General's inspection contributions.The .
from 8 a.m. March 7, until noon Marine Air Reserve
March 8. Training Detachment in Seattle
In connection with normal pre- has reported that the owner of
parations for this event CWO 15 receipts to the Civic Action COMMENDED-Copf. CharlesT.

Daniel J. Hurley, Marine Corps Fund. Knight, Officer In Charge
Supply Officer, this week advised Early in the Drive, two of the Marine Mechanical and
personnel to purchase all nec- governors, George Romney of Fundamentals School, was
essary uniforms for wear, and Michigan, and William Scrantonof recently commended by the
display now, well in advance of Pennsylvania, proclaimed Commander Fleet Air Jacksonville .
December 1965 "Marine Corps
the IG's arrival here.
According to CWO Hurley the Civic Action Month" and urged for exceeding the
time is fast approaching, citizens to contribute to and Marine Aviation Detach.
R."D possibly by Feb.4, when it will support in his state, and similar ment's quota in the Combined
be impossible to make special reports from many other states Federal Campaign. LtCol.J. /.
orders, and in many cases, to are now being received. W. Sullivan, DetachmentCO
provide sizes normally available Students and faculty at the presented the commendation
In other words, the longer University of Wisconsin added to during ceremonies at
the Fund with contributions to
Marines wait before purchasingtheir M. A. D. Headquarters.
required clothing, the CARE in the name of Dickey
.. y
risk they take at not Chapelle woman war cor-
greater Adjutant. He leaves Jacksonville
MARCH OF DIMES National Poster Girl Lori! Ann and photographer,
Wagner, 5, being prepared. respondent Jan. 31, to report to the 2d
Milwaukee, W/s./ receives a smiling welcome from Adm. David who was killed November 4,1965 Marine Division. Sgt. Dupuiswas
L. McDonald, U. 5. Wavy Chief of Staff, during a recent visit CIVIC ACTIONThe while with a Marine patrol near assigned to the AO School
to Washington. ,Lori! symbolizes the 250,000 American children Marine Corps Reserve Da Nang. Testing Office and will report
born each year with a serious birth defect. The March of Civic Action Fund for Vietnam, have Marine afforded Reserve citizens units in in Dallas their to the 3d Force Service RegimentFar
Dimes fights birth defects through medical research receiving assistance from ( East) in February. Sgt.
care, pro grateful mothers, governors and area the opportunity to
fessional and public education.14i untold thousands more, has demonstrate their support for Whalen, who pulled Ills tour
topped the $100,000 mark in U S. action in Vietnam in a in the detachment personnel
contributions already, and has local Civic Action Fund drive section, will leave for
flZ7A PkiTRY established an additional they call DALLAS DEMON- Headquarters Marine Corps Feb.
) $100,000 goal by March 1, 1966 STRATION 65. They boostedthe 8.
(See center page story this success of the program.by
TAKE DINING ROOM
( OUT ORDERS
issue SAX AIR NEWS.) obtaining extensive press, radio Brigadier General Wood B.
lw PREMIUM BEER-CIIOICE CUT STEAKS In announcing a Fund total to and television coverage and Kyle will be advanced to Major
ITALIAN SAN DM CUES SPAGHETTI date of $105,088, Headquarters through use of a special envelope General prior to assumption of
Marine Corps noted that $50,000of provided by CARE officials. command of 3d Marine Division
it had been raised in December Letters and contributions, about March. 15, 1966.
alone, with expectations that theJanuary many of them from mothers of Major General Walt will
--- "PIZZA... total could exceed theYoi Marines in Vietnam many from continue in present assignment
youngsters eager to share in the as .Commanding General HI
our specialty"In Vietnam war, have flooded the Marine Amphibious Force.
CARE office in Washington,
the Heart of Cedar Hills
expressing thanks for the Brigadier General E. E.

FRANK DERICKSON opportunity to help the Marinesin Anderson will relieve Brigadier /:
I Vietnam.7 General Kyle as Deputy Chief '\ .,
3619 Blanding Blvd. Ph. 771 0170 A' letter 'received at CARE of Staff (Research, Development ': .
sums ''up the spirit behind the and Studies) at Headquarters
contributions. It read, "Dear Marine Corps in early February.
Sir: I can't do much, but that's
(the, contribution enclosed) fora
MAJOR GENERALS
Merry Christmas for a :
Vietnamese mother from a U. S.
wkfrow.st.Id. oa I 'mother ." Headquarters Marine Coprs
last Friday announced the t
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Volkswagen Inc. Aviation Detachment officers, three Major General selectees
.
staff NOO's and sergeants will who are presently serving in
Be Sara gather topside at the Acey-Ducey Major General Officer billets:
To See Us Before Yea. liy A Used YW ,
Club today at 4:30 p.m.. to
celebrate 14 recent promotionsand Brigadier General Ormond R.
GHIA SPECIALS! bid farewell to three Marines
Simpson CommandingGeneral
CM Ink .. Oar who've completed tours here. 2d Marine Division

1965 Ghia Coupe, R&II. . . 51895 ,SAVINGS PLANNot Promoted leathernecks Brigadier General Norman J.
liberal refreshmentsas
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1963 Ghla Coupe R&11. special care and protectionwe Chambliss, Jr., Sgt. D.E.Dupuis Cherry Point, North Carolina
provide for all money and Sgt. W. C. Whalen. Brigadier General Keith B.Me
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: Raiders Take ... "ff. y*., > .; .. .\!'. .:.. ..".,"
Two : ':''',. :% '3'. inA '. .. of! $ NAS Jax Splits
.: .or : _


I! From Orlando AFBAfter "; '"lrIi, 'I. "S. ,,,::1: >"I 11. ". With Moody"' AFBThe


playing second fiddle to In the game with 13 points in the ;y ;, ..:.> ; j> : i;, : k 1{ .::i. t.: t,(.. i N- ;: i :;: NAS Jax Navy Basketballteam
the Air Force for two weekends second half. split two games at Moody
in a row, the NAS Cecil Raiders Jim Marshall was high point AFB last weekend.In .
decided that it was time to move man for the Raiders with Friday night's encounter Jax
up front. They started their 28 points,followed by teammates, Navy over ran the Moody team
move at the expense of OrlandoAir Reeves with 16, and Catlett, and 85 57. Fred Woman of the
Force Base on Friday nigt, Good with 15 each. Hill toppedall Hospital again was the high
by downing the Airmen, 92 to scorers for the night with scorer with 28 points. Howard
29 points.On rm. ; 4 y Ra Brown of VP-30 was second high
70.The victory, according to team Saturday night, the Raiders scorer with 15 and Lou Rada of
coach Richerson, was a team effort continued their move with a ten VP-30 was third with 12 points.
all the way as four playerswere point victory over the Airmen, Saturday afternoon's game saw
in double figures in the 95 to 85.This Moody come back time after time
scoring column.At time Todd Good picked up to finally beat the Jax Navy
the end of the first half where he left off the night before -' < team 87-86 in a five minute
the Raiders found themselves and sank a toatal of 30 over time. Saturday's high scorers -
trailing by three points, 43-40 points for the night Again four were Brown and Maurerwith
This deficit was short lived, of the NAS Cecil players were in NAVY JAX SWIM/ TEAM. .Five swim team members and their/ 19 and Kloman and Rada adding

as the Raiders began their come- double figures. coach, Bill Kohl (far right) placid In their respective divisions 17 apiece..
back on the opening tip off of NAS Cecil had a comfortable This weekend, Robins AFB returns -
the second stanza. Todd Good, nine point lead at the half, but to gain a 10th place standing out of' the 22 teams competing to NAS Jax for a two game
Jim Marshall, Catlett, and had to hold on the entire second In the recent Beckner Swim Association Meet. Teams series with the Jax Navy Varsity
Reeves found their shooting 'half for the victory, as the Air- members, from 'left to right, are: Bruce Smalling, John McClure/ Basketball team.
eyes and the Airmen couldn't men's Hill put the pressure on Ginny Bunn, Robert Smalling, and Coach Bill Kohl.
check them. Good had a total with 19 points after the Inter- AO 'A' T..mL
y of 15 points for the night, but mission. NAS Jax Swim Team 10th In Meet
Briggs had a hot hand In the
13 of them came in that all important ds In NATTCBasketball
second half. first half of the game and came ..
For the Airmen the scoringwas up with .17 points for the night. Five members of the Navy home the honors in their events.
hard to find, except for Jim Marshall and Reeves each Jax Swim Team attended the Ginny Bunn placed second in the
had 16 points to top off the Raider Third Annual Beckner Swim As-
their guard. Hill, who kept them
scoringFor sociation Swim meet last Intermediate Classt third in the Sixteen teams have fought and
Saturday and Sunday, scoringin back, and in the back, scuffled through two weeks of
IteMOCfONPICTURE the Airmen it was Hill all their events to place their senior class. Ellen Smallingtook NATTC Intramural Basketball,
with 35 points and fellow guard team 10th out of 22 competing two 2nd place positions in and a total of 1,027 points have
Hansen with 22. teams. the fly, and senior class (fly), been scored. In those hectic
Bruce Smalling, age 16,placed and a fourth place honor in the weeks one team has had a chanceto
.WTChSQMKWWGTO This weekend the Raiders will fifth In the free swim and 6th free swim. grab a shaky first place while
host NAS Sanford for games Fri- in the back stroke John McClure Bill Kohl, team coach, attended two others have fought and claw-
OFFEND day and Saturday nights in the 17, won first place in the meet taking times and ed for the cellar.
the breast stroke and secondin rendering advise when needed. AO"A" #4 Jumped into the lead
EVERYONE the butterfly. Eight year The NAS Jax Swim Team will by one game as a results of \
-gym.rnliT old Robert Smalling placed be competing with twelve teams an easy win 66 to 30 over i
2nd in the breast stroke and from Southern Georgia and AE.ttAtt3/# Tuesday night, Jan-
) 3rd In the butterfly in his class. Florida this Saturday Jan. 29, uary 18. John Richmond, AN,
) Two girls both 14, brought at the third annual AAU -.sanc- was top man for AE"A" #3
ll MOTORCYCLESALL tioned meet. with 19 baskets.
(.,., With AAU swimmers
many top
:
A J .y AUTO MAD MFC ##9 and AE"A" #1,
... .1 .. MODELS attending the meet it is expectedthat
t 1"1 A 1L national records will be set. having lost, two games apiece,
INSURANCE
NOTHING DOWNw. fought for last place January 20.
ComFiirJixlisketbill During the first game of the
.Give ....rch.ntl Oren Stamps MIUTARY night, a lively tussle between AE
Open Daily 8 am.7 All.RanKs"one// Ages Toiriey "A" #1 and MAD Support #1,
p.m. Monthly Payment Plan The ComF'allT: ax Area Tournament PFC James Robinson, a memberof
Vied Closed/ Sundays 6479 ROQSEYEITv Tuesday Jan. 25, at 10 a.m., ing spree and hit 33 points as
fo NAS J with ComFairJax taking' on his team dumped the AE's 59 to
MOTORS & CYCLES VF 62 from Cecil Field. 53. J. J. King AN, was high
Other entries include VA 44, man for the floundering electric
4949 Blanding Blvd. McDOUGALL'S VAP 62, VP 30 and VW 4. ian's mates with 28 points.In .
L PH 771-8244 Games will be played throughthe the second game MAD MFC
.M ,MR"liH week with the finals scheduledfor #9 also dropped Into the boon
10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 24. dock when they blew. their game
Winners bracket semifinalists with MAD. #15. by .a score of -
Met Marina play today, with loosers bracket 57 to 50. Pvt. Robert L. Pitts ._ I
semifinalists taking the floor came up as high man for MAD i
AND IOATYARD tomorrow. The winner of this #15 with 24 points, while Pvt. .
I I :J tournament will represent Com- Joseph M. RIccobono did almost '
/ Ntw FKttry-Trtiiid. M.rcnll..StrYk. FairJax at, the Sixth Naval as well for MFC with,21.,points. .;

I MERCURY SALES & SERVICE District Tournament, to be heldat During other action on the court
: : : Cecil. Field Feb. 8 -. 12. last week AO"B"15'' took.. on
( TROW ROATSMOTORSTRAILERSWet '.N taVY.Support{ #6 In a doubleheader -

THE MAN & Dry Storage Marine Ways HASJAXINTERMURAL' January 17, and trounced them .
WHO MADETOMJONES", 64 to 47. Raymond G. Herbette,
BASKETBALL RESULTS
Brad Bradfleld owner& operator,USN/RET
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:. A03, lead the 'way to victory : '.
U.S. HIGHWAY'SOUTH'', F AETU,46-CommOffMess,38 with 15 poIntS James L. Mor- .
Yr M ORANGE'PARK PHONE 264-m*33l FltWeaFac. 52-Supply, 51 tenson, ,AA, came up with 20
VP-5, 59-Marines, 50 points for the losers.
679th, ComFairJax, 31 MAD #13 proved to be an'unlucky -
VP-30, 39Dispensary, 20 munber for MAD #14 in the t
Take -VAP-62. 87-Weapons, 17 second game. Number Id i sent .
Pleasant Little Drive
and
TftftLoved a Hospital, 75"-FltWeaFac. 43 them down to defeat by a: score
FICEUR, 60--VW-4, 40 of 47 to 31. PFC W..II.Hoffa,,-_
---:.:- :. ComFairJax, 32--NARTU30 a member of MAD ##13, became y -"
VP-30; 54Marines, 29 high "man for his winning team i
VW-4, 43--Marlnes, 39 with 14 points. Pvt. R. E. Heck t
.91\8 ComFairJax, 49--VP-5,45 made 10 points for luckless 14.

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:_f \ Whistling; !; In Wave owling_ NATTC Golf Champs

Bowling results for the regular
i The Monday night meeting of the
Riggingby Waves League (Jan. 17)) saw Kay
Leljedal capture high game witha
173. Lee Trojan netted high-
P. S. ThibodeauxIn handicap game of the week witha
the never-ending round of with a newer, more modern design 195, and a 474 for high
maintenance on the Navy Jack- and so offered the Gannetsto series of the week.
sonville' Sailing Club boats, we various Naval activities that
have some club members who had a sailing program. Six Four teams in the leagues are + I
have really raising the dust late- each were delivered to NAS Nor tied for positions with the Legends r I* I ,r l
ly. Jerry Kinnen is now putting folk, NAS Jacksonville and NAS and Pin Busters vicing for
the finishing touches on his Key West in early 1965. The second place, and the Top Pop-
Sailfish and has done a beauti- members of the NJSC have since pers and Free Loaders fighting
ful Jim Clisson is still it out for 5th.
job. repaired most of the boats and
in the process of a major over- have sailed them in many races.
haul on his Bantam, replacinga An inter-NAS Gannet sailing :Team Standings
Misfits 47. 16 -1
lot of dry-rotted wood and getting competition is contemplated for
Legends 35 29
some lessons infibre-glass- some time in the fall, providedthat
Pin Busters 35 29
ing from Walt Frummerie, the the necessary arrangementscan
Marina Manager., Anew husbandand be made. Bowlerettes 30-33-1
wife team in the club, Bill The rough draft of a new NJSC Top Poppers 22 42
Free Loaders 42
and Caroline Kennedy,have takenon Constitution has been preparedfor 22 -
the job ,of putting the last presentation to Capt. Wash-
of the, ex-Naval Academy Gan- ington, Club Sponsor and the club You can learn things
nets into shape. The word is members. The new constitutionwill from children, many
that, as soon as we themin be lot
get a more comprehensive -
And not the least of the lot
the water, they'll all get a and should go a long way
Concerns of These carried off
six
of your degree pat- GOLF CHAMPIONS men Championshiphonors
new suit windgrabbers.A towards providing better
of background on the NjSC of the club. operation ience; for Support Service Number Two Golf Team In the Naval
Gannets might be of interest If you are interested in joiningthe How much or little you've got. Air Technical Training Center's Intramural Golf competTr-
here. These were originally pan NTSC in their sailing activities Itlon. Shown, left to right, CWO-3 W. A. Shrum, CDR G. A.
of a fleet of some 18 Gannets come on over to the Clubhouse luhurr'9 auttt Sundquist, LT J. D. Murphy, MC, CDR E. D. K. Ikenberry,
purchased by the Naval Academyto at the South end of Ran- DC, CDR L. F. Cooney and LT B. F. Kepley, DC. Captain
teach midshipmen the basics ger Road or call ext. 8440. {Trim c l ltl1p Thomas B. Ellison presented the trophies Wednesday, Jan.
of small boat and
handling
sea-
Club Members are remindedthat 19, during Informal ceremonies at the HAS golf course.
of nationally
manship. They are a .HeoctfnersConvertible/
there
accepted class design. In will be a Tri-Club
1964, the Academy decided thai Series race this Sunday at the n Tops
Rudder Club Complete Auto Interiors/ ( '
at Orange Park.
would the Gannets
they replace: See you all there.......... .Furniture Upholstery flYLLI'

II NAS Jax BI 'Sports ShortsThere CHUCK & JOHN

will be an organizational #720. The meeting will get underway Phone: 384-5333
meeting for the spring bowling at 10:00: a.m.,January 22nd. CAR WASH
621 Ho. McDuff Ave.
leagues on Wednesday, Feb. 2, Participants should contact SSgt.
at 9:30 a.m. in the NAS Gym, Voyles at Bldg. #610 or by calling Jacksonville, Fla. O
Bldg. #3. All team captains and him on Ext. 8220 or Ext. o OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30 AM-6PM O
,interested personnel are urged to 8417. Several college teams are CL SUNDAY-8:30AM.7:30PM c

attend. on several this more seasons are expected schedule before and DAUGHERTY'SFISH 3O THIS COUPON WORTH SOC OFF TJ O

'will The be NAS concluded Intramural Bowl-Off tomorrow the information season starts. For further MARKET CJ OH A Cir Wash Aiy Diy Except Wtd.EVBtY ... z
I contsct Mr. Frank
evening at the NAS Bowling Cen- McCaffrey, NAS Athletic Director -' 1917 Highway 77 t WED. IS DOLLAR DAY
ter. The Ironman trophy will at the NAS Gym or call (acroi from Ar.Hardware)
be the AUTO WAXAPPLIED
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Ext. 585.
of., the, Intramural- Bowl- -: '1'he-NASfJAX"Varstty Basket- Orini_PI,'fkF,I. FREESwamped_ WITH CAI WASH!
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k. The NAS Jax Athletic Office tilt, this weekend. The games T.lrs I.JI..27t. &- COUPON
announces an organizational will be played ,at 7:30 p.m. Fri-
meeting for all personnel who day night and 2:00 p.m.Saturday. FRESH FISH DAILY
are going to participate on the Basketball fans are invited out Fresh Shrimp & Oysters
Jax Navy Tennis Team this sea- to see this game which promisses Owned. Opr. by
son. The meeting will be heldon to be one of the thrillers this R.A. Daughter USN/Rt.
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RocketsAwuy Cecil 1M Basketball Roundup


For WeekendThe VFP 62 continued their win- of VA 45, as they racked upa
ning ways last week in the Intra- 105 23 victory.
mural Basketball league by adding Todd Good whose tenure as a
Jacksonville Rockets have I two more victories to their Navy basketball player is rapidly -
three games scheduled this weekend credit.In coming to a close, showed why
,. same as last week. But the first encounter, the he is the league's leading scorer
the three this weekend are againstthe Fightin' Photo cagers had to hold by hitting 53 points. This is a
top teams in the Eastern off a spirited team from VA season high for a single game,
Hockey League's Northern Divi- 15 to win by one point 45 44. both individual scoring and team
At the stan of the contestit scoring. Todd closed out the
sion.Coach Pat Egan's skaters head looked as though VFP 62 scoring race for the first half
north tomorrow to meet the would have an easy time of it, with 202 points good for a 20.2
, Northern Division leaders, the as they ran up a ten point half- point average per; game.
i Long Island Ducks, tomorrow time lead. In the second half The Fightin1 Photo finished up
, night, then move to Clinton on VA 15 went on a scoring the first half of league play with
Saturday, and return to Long spree and it took a free throw 8 wins and 3 losses.
Island on Sunday. by Todd Good with thirty seven
The Rockets have won one and seconds remaining In the game to :
lost two against the Ducks this gain the margin of victory. "Honey," said the coy wife .
season. In the nets for Long Good was high point man for "How shall we celebrate our 25th
Island is Gordon Dibley, former VFP 62 with 22points. wedding anniversary?" _
Jacksonville goalie. . . "What would' you think he + .
Coach Egan seems concernedover murmured dryly "of 5 minutesof
the lack of stamina,reserve In the second game, VFP62 silence?"
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points last week and now is THfAfRf 771-2255 FEB. 3 64 BEL-AIR 4 DOOR 'SEDm.$1895

giving Rocket's Ron scoring Willy a lead.run for Morris the auto/trans., V-8, R&H, power steering, factory

, and, Willy each have 46 points. DARING! DEADLY! .j: air, Ivory over mist green, WSW, ,extra, extra
The Rockets will be back on DIABOLICAL!... : clean,
,home ice against Greensboro next A killer from outer"space... : ;' l 64 FIAT 4 DOOR 'SEDAN . . .5895
} ,Wednesday, Feb.: 2. that devours spore!. 1 t .,. t' .." ;j': I all leather interior, 4 speed trans., R&H, solid

..... :\" :: white with red I interior, WSW.'

. 4 The football coach almost suicidal a > ..\' . "
?. because his team was losing :' auto/trans., R&H, solid maroon, black Interior
,looked down his bench of : WSW. ?
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substitutes and' yelled: "All H.IR. 63 FAIRLANE. . . . . 57795
right Jones, go in there and
get ferocious." 2-door, auto/trans., 6 cylinder, R&H, solid

Jones jumped up with a start tI_ __...0...tier / ''.: ::'> green, WSW.
and cried "Sure coach. What's MARK([(PJCHMOND- WENDB.l COREY ,..' 63 BUICK RIVERIA COUPE.$2495
his number?" A UNIVERSAL PICTURE /;:;: auto/trans., V-8, R&H, full power, factory air

solid/ / white, red interior, WSW.

&We400MRJit 62 RAMBLER WAGON . . .57095
C C1Rytht Cross Country, standard shitf, 6 cyl., R&H
solid turquoise, WSW, extra, extra clean.

62 IMPALA CONVERTIBLE.$1495

fOJrd St. at Wesconrtett lvd. auto/trans., V-8, R&Hblack top, gold bottom
We Wire Flowers
YOUR HOME'S 62 OLDSMUBILE 88 CONVERTIBLE. $1595
Wtonc SP I I-.3770 or SP I 1-0250
auto/trans., V-8, power steering R&H, solid
Flowers WINTERWEAKNESSES white, WSW, one owner.
For Every Occasion
I FREE DELIVERY 62 THUNDERBIRD . . . .57895
JEWELL J. ,SMITH auto/trans., V-8, power steering and Brakes,
SHOWING? electric windows/ tilt/ steering, R&H, factory
air, solid bronze, WSW.

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auto/trans., V-8 power steering, R&H, solid
, red interior, WSW. all original.

GetaRepaVt LOOK HlJ e NDfJJ 62 CHEVY II WAGON . . . .$1095
auto/trans., 6 cyl. R&H, solid white with blue
' TVRENTALS interior.

61 FALCON DOOR .. .. . .$695
II I I Why go through another winter with leaky straight shift, 6 cyl., heater solid green, WSW.

walls, roof, or cellar. drafts that weather
65 FORD ETON PICK-UP . . 57495
stripping would stop high heating bills
standard shift V-8
rI\ R&H, exceptionally clean
{ ; $ PER ALL NIW that insulation or storm sashes would reduce?

1 DAY rOITAILU Come see how quickly and economically you ...AND MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM

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,.., REPAIR SERVICE and have the work done right nowl HOURS: Sa--8:30 A. M. 'tll// 8:00 P. M.
.\ Open Sun a 12 noon 'f7 6:00 P. M.


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