Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 8, 1967
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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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 official expression of any f
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,t-. Temporary Duty Payment Rules i

Changed in Comptroller Notice :j

The Navy's comptroller has issued a notice which changes some allowances payable to Navymen on, 4
:: A temporary additional duty. The maximum rate within the United States for per diem remains $16. "
t't Although the rate has not changed, deductions and allowances payable have been altered. The standard 'w
$16 rate Is reduced when government quarters are utilized for personnel on temporary duty. Dis. :
bursing offices:: will now pay per diem based on the availability of adequate government quarters
t at a temporary station. Under the old ruling personnel were paid at a reduced rate If-any government

quarters were available,whether. i :\
. e" d dram charge. A erviceman who "
a'ce' I "rs adequate or,[ not. Personnel who are undergoina <
tt Under the newsystem the reduced spends three months in a hospital education or training to qualify tf
aw t E q ratio goes into effect if after discharge would be allowed for acceptable civilian employment V
the serviceman is required to 15 months to make his final within a year after dis- i,
utilize inadequate quarters or if move at government expense. charge can also extend their final ';<
: r he chodses to occupy such The move extension policy is move time up to two years. The if
;J: ::i quarters When not required. effective for people whose year' additional time will be based on '
J-Jj\ Personnel -should insure that with extension, expired on or the amount of time in a school
orders are endorsed at the temporary after Oct. 16, 1966, situation. 1
station. Disbursing offices -
will pay per diem on the Senate Studies House 4
"adequate quarters" basis if the .
endorsement is not'obtained.Endorsements I

when the hosting will not agency's be required Military Travel Bill .

quarters are listed at Inadequate
, in Navy publications. The Senate Armed Services dependents traveled before the %
Taxi/ Fares Committee is now considering effective date of orders, and the J
r lifting the limitations placed on orders were later cancelled.: *j
Navymen may also be reimbursed military travel allowances witha A serviceman requiring ex- ',!
r. ''for, the cost of public bill that has already been tended hospital treatment for a
transportation to and from homeor approved by the House. ,period of six.months or longeris J
Ift, permanent duty station while One,of the provisions,estimated entitled to transportation for 1
under TAD orders. to cost $5,290,000 a year .this. family ,'and household? goods .,
.k FLIERS RETURN- fliers/! first fcostmor; Lou:.! I*ae/aWiows, A seven,{cents.per,..mile.,rate ,would'provide; *a'allowance'for 'to. the hospital 'area,but at pre- t
'--'w: /ll"-HavysoltM1! !. Journey jpfeqv' *;fo thrmonthcl! : daughter --,.'has,.beeci,... ;outlined \foj;,; perseaaeTusing the movement of a family making ,sent: Is v not entitled to a dlaboa:4; :: ;..;*
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r Lisa and wile private cars \ / .r; '' J "' >' -11.
,. 'Jell/ upon r.turnto Jocfcsohvfollowing// / : TheTmaiirntinf lare'of ;ol a permanent chAnge'of station; UoniUowuiee.A'pioWsionint tfee ..
town/ S.. story on Fog Il. f taxicab-- The bill would also 'authorize',a- proposed bill Would. authorize "
; $7.50 has been eliminated in the" travel allowance from a'tern- this.. J.If .
t.c new instruction; and the reimbursable porary' station back to a permanent << a serviceman is transferred'' '.;
Navy Safety Meeting tip allowance; has :station, and then to ,anew from sea duty to sea duty when ;../
been increased from 10 to 15 permanent station., the ships Involved have the same'J i
per cent of the fare. The tip It would apply to a service- homepon 'or home yard transportation V
Begins Monday in Jax percentage applies to limousine of '
man who has been' transferred dependents shipment 4\\
fares. from a permanent station to tem of household goods would be '\
. The Navy Department's four- General .Fairburn is the com- Parking meter: costs are also porary duty station, which.event authorized under the bill. T[(
day East Coast Regional Safety manding general of the Marine returned to the serviceman on ually becomes his permanent
Conference begins Monday at the Corps Supply Center at Albany, temporary duty when under or- station. If passed, the bill would l'llslrllll. bedliae
,.... Hotel Robert Myer in Jackson- Ga. ders. enable the serviceman to returnto J
.. ville. Capt. R.M. Harrison, senior Home Selection/ his original station and.make Sit fir ill I.1 Cuss
\< Under .the sponsorship of the air station chaplain will offer The time authorized for retirees all the necessary arrangements
y. Washington Civilian Manpower the invocation at the beginning to select and complete a ie,, .sell or rent his home and Today is the last day to register { J
jr Management office, the conference of the first day's activities.: move to his "home of selection" arrange for,his family's needs for the reading dynamics 'n/|
\ is designed to relate latest has been extended to: two years course'' which is being offered
\ safety methods and procedures Other speakers during the under certain circumstances. etc.The costs of parking fees,ferry aboard base. i
I for preventing accidents and four-day event will discuss,sub Under the old rules all retiring fares and bridge tunnel and road Offered by a commercial concern *
I\ developing, conservation of manpower f jects ranging from job safety personnel must. have completedthe tolls, when official travel is per- the course has increased 4
*. material and money. analysis materials.A to. labeling of dangerous move within a year after discharge formed by private cars would be student reading rates from threeto
: The Navy's safety program was from active duty.: reimbursed to the serviceman. 10 times and expanded read'I'W'
l recognized last year with the similar conference"'''will be The time can now be extendedto Under the bill, a serviceman lug comprehension. '
President's annual Safety Award. held on the West Coast at' Long equal time spent in a hospital: would also be allowed to keep The eight-week course begins ':?I-|
The Navy established the top Beach, Calif., N.ov. 13 "16. during the year following ,.dis his dislocation allowance if his Tuesday at 7 p.m. in the Avia- :',!
w. federal agency accident preven Hon Maintenance Department's '"'
tion record. conference roan in Bldg. 200.
:' Speakers at the conference will President Signs Viet Veteran BillPresident According to Ens.Gloria Ama-
a include Navymen, government trudi educational services officer ;
r employees and experts from private Johnson has signed into law a bill Monthly allowances for' on the job training 37 people had registeredfor
industry. providing for significant increases in benefitsfor for the first six months will range from $80 a the course as of Tuesday '.
r RAdm. J.S. Dorsey, commandant Vietnam veterans and for older veterans as month for a single veteran to $100 a. month morning. '.
Sixth Naval District, will well. Most provisions become effective October 1. when there are two or more dependents. The allowances Registration is being conducted :
T. deliver the opening remarks Under one major provision, veterans of the Viet- ,are reduced for succeeding six month at the education office. Further "'
Monday morning and Marine nam era, which began August 5,1964, will receive periods. information on the course may "
. Brig. Gen. Robert S. Fairburn compensation for disabilities at full wartime rates be obtained at Ex. 2596/2597' "'t
i, will deliver the keynote speech. and will qualify for non service connected: pen- Ninety per cent of the established charge for Cir. Franck T ks MB# r
.flight training is provided for veterans with a private i';
sions on the same basis as older veterans. Their
widows and children become eligible for pilots license (or the equivalent inflight train- Of '
nonser ing hours) who can pass the physical examination YA-17' It elf..I 4';
vice connected death benefits.
} I. OO ID i While this: provision becomes effective October for a commercial pilot's license Cdr. Jack T. French has as- i

1, and allowance of $250 for burial and funeral Children up to age 26 of veterans who died or sumed command of Jacksonville- *f
..:. expenses of deceased individuals who served in the were permanently totally disabled as the resultof based Attack Squadron176 dur- 1
.t Vietnam era is already in effect. a service connected disability or who died ing change of command cere- u
EDITORIALS. 'V. 2 Under the law certain other major provisions from any cause while qualifying for permanent monies aboard the aircraft carrier ..
effective October 1 apply to all qualified veterans and total disability compensation will become eligible Saratoga. ./
CIVIL SERVICE . S who served after January 31, 1955. Theseinclude: for grants of $130 a month for four years of Commander French relieved j
Educational assistance allowances for full time approved college or vocational training.An Cdr. A. R. Ashworth while the
FEATURE. '. .page 6 7 have been increased from $100 $130a anchor inthehar-
,. courses to allowance of $1,600 will be authorized for the carrier was at *
--r.: month for a single veteran, from $125 to $155 purchase of specially equipped automobiles for .bor of Toulon, France. t
I .
'r: NATTC. .V.':. .: Page 8 for a veteran with one dependent, and from $150to certain severely disabled veterans. Commander Ashworth, who is
i $175 for two dependents with an additional $10 married to the former Barbara I
r" NARTU NEWS. . 8y for each dependent! in excess of two. Proportion The new law will have a significant impact on Sue Oak of Jacksonville,has been , ately smaller allowances will be allowed for pan- many of the 25.8 million living veterans, decordingto ordered to the PentagoninWaslhr
t M 0 V I E S. _; .'. ,'. . .. ,. 9 time training. Full educational assistance allow-- the VA. Veterans dependents of deceased Ington, D. C. for duty. *
ances will be paid to"educationally dlsadvantaged" veterans may receive information about their eligibility Following the ceremony a cake ;
WANT ADS. .: .'.... -.9 veterans so they can complete high school without as well as assistnce In applying for benefits was cut by the old and new squadron ...
:, .;: reducing their eligibility for advanced education from Contact Representatives at any VA office or commanders'during a reception -1

F.2 SPORTS .. . . 10 benefits. Hospital. in the ship's wardroom :.


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September 8, 1967Editorial


( View Points! :Di I v I ine S e r V'I ( ... Cunningham Named

K9BaraBBMOMeM VBMa BMH aMMBBBIf July' BEQ HonormanAt

Depends On YouYou've ROMAN. EJJiJ':CATHOLICSt. ;C''peYiqSUNDAiHU2 ', ; ceremonies in the executiveofficer's sented with a certificate naming

office, AZAN Walter his achievements and accom
3 Y. ..f..11a.rW L. Cunningham has been named plishments.
heard the old saying many times "Children should be seen
add not heard,*' and you've probably just laughed and thought how and,11 a.m. _as the Bachelor Enlisted HonorHe is attached to the Administration -
times have changed. The old ,saying does have special meaning while DAILY MASS11:30a.m.. man of the Month for July. Division of the station
you're driving during the school year.' In this instance children SATURDAY MASS -9:00 a.m. In a letter to Cunningham's and his quarters are Barracks
should be SEEN whether they are heard or not. CONFESSIONS -. Saturday parents, Executive Officer' H. L. A.
Yes the new school year has just started and it's up to us driversto 5 p.m. 5:30 pjn.&7 7:30 p.m. Donald, acting commandingof:
watch out for the youngsters as they dan across streets to catch ficer of the station wrote of Cunningham ,
the school bus. We must be extra careful as we drive near bus U.S. Naval Hospital : *"This unique and highly 4<
stops where children are awaiting to board the bus. prized award was made on the ? ;
The buses' Stan making rounds at NAS beginning at 7:05 a.m. basis of Walter's personal mo-
The principles routes"the buses travel are Saratoga Avenue, Allegheny SUNDAY MASS .8 a.m. tivation, attention to duty and
Road, Yorktown Avenue to the Main Gate. These are the leadership and in setting the example -
streets where accidents are likely to happen unless we drive with PROTESTANT'All of neatness and cleanli-
exceptional care. ness for his shipmates to follow .
Another vulnerable time for accidents is when the buses are which reflects much credit upon
unloading in the afternoons. Many accidents happen when children Saint Chapel/ himself and "the United States "M

run out from behind buses into the path of oncoming traffic. ,_ naval service.
You also can reduce the risk of accidents by impressing on For his achievement,Cunning- )
your children the necessity of conducting themselves in the same ham was awarded a special berty -
Chapel Annex, Dldg. 722
manner while,riding buses which you would demand from them when SCHOOL of 72 hours together with
CHURCH. a.m.
riding in your own automobile. recognition, including the displayof
Chapel Center,'Bldg. 751
:You may think that accidents always! happens to other people'schildren WEDNESDAY his picture in various locationson
and that your children are well disciplined. Maybe,so, t, the base.Cunningham.
Choir Rehersal.- -
but each year thousands of children are killed or nun on their way THURSDAY p.m. was also pre-
to school. Young Adult Group -.7, AZAN Cunningham
No matter howmuch are warned to drive safely in school zones, p.m.
Christian Science Service
many needless accidents occur every year. Thus, no matter where ---j.---8 DOD Construction Bill
you drive while,school buses are loading and unloading drive as SECOND MONDAY,of Each Month pjn.
though your own children's lives depend on it -- IT DOES I!
Women's Guild
Chapel -
Meets House
; 1 -9:30a.m. ApprovalWashington

: Friend' or Foe? (Chapel Center) (AFNB) -- The Defense family nousing program --

a' request to build 12,500 new units this fiscal year -- has been

A year or so ago,.a cartoon that appeared in a national magazine U.S. Naval HospitalSUNDAY approved by 'the House of Representatives, and the Military Con-
showed the typical Irate husband saying to his wife, "It's finally struction bill has been sent to the Senate. .
happened '-- there's an installment payment due every day of the SERVICE 10 jm. Some reductions were made in other construction projects. In
month!I"Installment an,the House trimmed $258 million from the $2.6 billion omnibus

buying, credit cards and charge accounts have become Traffic legislation, covering all military constructions projects..
as American as mom's apple pie. Family housing was authorized $787 million with'$267 million
When intelligently used, credit and installment buying allow us ViolationsThe earmarked for new construction and the balance for support of
to do and have things for ourselves and our families that might not existing housing.
be possible if we had to pay cash immediately for everything. House action raised the ceiling on the average family housingunit
Problems arises ever, when people lose sight of the fact following is a report of cost from $17,500 to 19500. Land is excluded from this
motor vehicle accidents and traffic ceiling.

No rtt outwadi violations for the period Aug- The biir"also continued the current 7,500 service guaranteed
Mw ust 29 September 4. housing rentals at home raised the maximum monthly rent
Number of Accidents' from $160 to $176. It also permits 5,000 housing rentals overseas,
.:. This week. .''. .'. .7
'givlng',the, Defense, Secretary this authority, with ,the stipulationof
Totals'Accidentithi&year t throughSeptember 97 per cent occupancy'for.,a'pcrlodup to 10 years and maximum
i1c: I 4. '. '. <. '. ". -. 252 rent of $185 monthly -*.
lumber of Accidents through
t '
September, 1966 .1. . .268
Total number of days since last Minutemen Club Seeks
injury in a motor vehicle accid-

ent. .
\ Number of Violations Former Lex ShipmatesThe
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,. This ...43
that all those credit purchases must be paid for sooner or later and Speeding .7 public information director vllle.
that credit costs Reckless Driving. . 0 for the Minutemen Club of Former crewmembers can
addition to the money.In basic cost of what 'you buy, you must considerthe Going through Stop Sign. .0 the old USS Lexington (CV-2)) contact Commander Reed at the
Other Violations..36 will arrive in Jacksonville today Jacksonville TraveLodge, 925
credit charges. These charges are what too many people ignoreor
don't understand. Twenty four drivers appeared seeking former crew- Mary Street. He will remain in

Depending on what type of credit purchase you have made and who before the Traffic Hearing Boardat members of the ship. the Jacksonville area until Sun-
the seller is, your credit charges can range from six per cent the meeting held on Tuesday. The Minutemen Club is madeup day.
to 120 per cent annually. Disposition of the cases included of former Navy and Marine
This is why it is vital that you not only know the firm with which the following: four lost driving personnel who served on the air-
you are dealing, but'hat- you thoroughly understand the various and parking privileges aboard craft carrier from 1927 when
terms, such as add on, discount, interest bearing etc., that are ,station for various periods; four she was commissioned through Military Exams
used in dealing with credit and installment buying. were assigned to complete an May 1942 when she sunk duringthe
Your legal officer can explain everything you need to know about eight-hour course in.remedial Battle of the Coral Sea.
credit buying and can give you the advice you need to buy intelli driving at NATTC: two received Retired LCdr. Walter D. Reed
gently. It will be to your advantage to make use of his knowledge suspensions; three were given has been promoting the Lexington Start id OctoberPersonnel
and advice before you make credit purchases and become over warnings; seven were dismissed; organization for the, past
burdened with bills. four referred to commanding officers seven years' in an effort to bring planning to part-

Remember, your good name, your military career and the happi- for possible disciplinary former shipmates and theirfam- icipatein the February Navy-wide
ness of your family are at stake. Protect yourself and use credit action. Twenty-four drivers were ilies together for a national re- advancement examination are being -
buying wisely. (AFPS) ;. assessed 46 traffic. points. union. urged by the education officeto
- 'I \ ; \ ( ******** Reed has been successful in begin preparing now. All
: i i'a 'Scientists working with the locating former crewmembers requirements and divisional recommendations -
I / Navy's Operation DEEP FREEZEin during recent TV and radio Interviews must be completed -

Chaplains/ ,Marie Burd Land, Antarctica, at Memphis, Tenn., before the December 1 dead-
Message found a 57 pound Weddell seal 70 Columbus, Ohio and Charlotte, line.All
. miles from the nearest water. N.C., while enroute to Jackson- candidates for advancementto
pay grades E-4 and E-5 must

Chaplain Weir/ pass a separate military lead-

Several years ago a notable cartoon appeared In an American ership exam before participationin
newspaper $n Lincoln's birthday It was a log cabin close to the JAXAI l\T the professional exam.
base of a high mountain. On mountaintop was the White House. Satisfactory completion of the
Against the side of the mountain was a ladder, its foot touchingthe military requirements for petty
cabin, its uppermost round reaching: the mansion on the cliff. officer 3 and 2 are required to
The cartoon was captioned, "The Ladder Is Still There." The lAX AIR NEWS I Is a Civilian' Enterprise' Newspaper be eligible for the military exam.
Too often we abandon high goals as unattainable without even distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, The military leadership exam
taking the first step up the ladder. We forget that a good life is Jacksonville, florid' by the Holt Publishing Company, for E-4 Is scheduled for Oct-
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX
ober 10. 12 for E-5.
the of
sum many good years and, good made of
year up good AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public: Affairs Of-
days. Th secret of a good life is living each day.as it and The exam will be administeredat
comes ice: Box 2, NAS Jacksonville: by 10:00 noon on Monday
making the best of It. Many great mem have reached the sumit before publication. News items are welcomed from all the Blue Jackets Inn. Per-
from humble beginnings by taking one step on the ladder at a time. sources: Telephone 772 3118 or 3119. sonnel participating should report -
Yes the ladder is still there. at 7:30 a.m., in the un-
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries iform of the day.A .
I concerning: such: should be directed: to: separate military leadership

'The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Standing Blvd. exam is not administered for

Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755. pay grades E-6 and above.
To insure that you have met

IWJ Q Qd i @ oo@ ml ll VOL. 25 NO. 24 SEPTEMBER 8, 1967, vancement the all Manual requirements educatonal of Qualification In Rating services refer, or For office contact to Ad-the,

building 955.) .

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'teiba'8; '1967; 4.'J )X' I'R-HEWsl FrtR' RHER P.1: '


.. Fuel Division J
". :,. / ,

rr' Runs Hot Line'The

Attack 44 aircraft touch-
>'j ed down on the line stopped fora .:
few seconds for a brake check,
paused for a complete refuel -
Job, and was off again in less v
than four minutes, a tribute to
the hard work and precision of
the men of Cecil's Fuel Delivery

Disivlon.In a hot re fuel job such as *4 ,

this the pilot never leaves his ,; 't
cockpit. There isn't enough time.
The men: purple! hats and squadron ; -
personnel scramble over the k
aircraft, hook up their hoses,
fill the tanks, get a go signal
from the pilot and it's all over.
When an aircraft leaves the
Prep or/no/ for o cold-refuel operation/ the/ men of Cecil// Field's hanger for :a' fill up, it is pulled A Marine transport checks In for a refill. A division tanker is
Fuel Delivery branch check/ the/ tonics for fuel/ /leaks, secure to the fuel pits by a tow driven/ to the plane and the purple hats and Marines fill the Her- ;
the landing gear hook up the hose, and stand by with the fire tractor where it is checked for cule's/ tanks. The fire bottle Is a fixture In all refuel fobs. \
bottle., A tow tractor Is attached ready to return the craft to tank brake trouble
leaks : T The The giant C-130 uses JP-4 fuel, one of the three types available -
the line.Refuelers. squadrons make a complete safe- at Cecil.'O'Wives.. .
.. ty check aiid one man stands by '
with a fire extinguisher, just in Greet NewcomersThis
M .J. case. This'takes about 20 min
utes. The ,"bird" is then readyto morning at 10 a.m. there club is and what projects are
,,.. return to the line. will be a Welcome Coffee at currently underway.
The Cecil Field Aircraft Fuel the ORF for all new officer On September 12 Mrs. Jean
Dilvery Branch issues 200,000 wives who have come to the area Parabisco will demonstrate
gallons of JP 5 jet fuel daily, since April, 1967. make-up technique at the CRF and \
excluding"' fuel for propeller The newcomers will get a will show the latest ,styles in \
driven craft and jets using JP4 chance to meet and chat with the beauty. Mrs. Iris Lake will be
k gas Orff'an ordinary mission a Officer Wives Club Board and her make up model for the r
jet will consume 1,000 gallons of discover what the purpose of the demonstration.
fuel ana can fly for about two and
one half hours.
Cecil: Meld is the only air : .
station in'Jax area which sup- FOR QUALIFIED COLLEGE GRADUATES
-plies all three types of aircraft
115/145, for propellar driven
'.>I'..',:...',,,;";,..'ft'I"'I'.., "..'.;.' /(>,,"".."" .'"..; ',' planes. It is not \unusual for anaircraft Career opportunities in line management,
:. ;,. ; <> from as far as Travis
.w staff or technical positionsin .
AFB, Oklahoma, to come to Cecil .
wheelout the "ladder" from the pit and /lam the gas for a refill. the Home Office of a major insurance company

hose onto the fuel probe, while the pilot remains enclosed and The division is. headed by Lt.
helmeted. The craft was ready to fly In less than four min J. D. Driskell and the Leading Starting salary for Bachelor's Degree- $7314 per year,
utes. Chief is ABFC R.- H. Rausch. At higher for Master's Degree
present 28 men make up the
crew working "24 hours a day, ,Also excellent opportunities fh Group Insurance Sales & Service
seven days a week, every day
{ New Books at Library I In the year." lA' ... ? i. For more Information,, '
: T The: storage:departmentof the ," .cHMr.LvtryofM/ : ; ,; Weaver'
: i By'Shdnn'Amotd; Li6rorlons/ Is' Branch, is under che.direction, ,r 396?- 111/Personael J Dept!*, 8:30" )O;,Mon..th FrihA,
of Mr.. .John ,E. Simms. ,It is
MAO TSE :JUNG by Stuart Sch- pondent for the Toronto Star, responsible for bulk storage An \
Equal Opportunity Employer
ram. This political biography of in the 1930's he wrote for Esc transferring fuel, maintaining
the Red Chinese kader con quire. He covered the, Spanish tanks and pumps. ,
centrates on two main themes: Civil War, wrote political and Fuel Inspector J. H. Franklin ,
how Mao has transformed the life military analyses of the Sino takes samples of stored fuels
of Chinese peasant, and how he Japanese war for PM and with which are then sent weekly to
has challenged the Russians for great gusto covered World War the Naval Fuel Depot for wat-
leadership of the revoluntlonary Two. in Europe. er and contamination tests. OPEN SUNDAY
forces throughout the world. THE FALLING HILLS, a novel "We work with fuel problems
Mao's poems, written at decisive by Perry Lentz. A vivid recon- in conjunction with fuel operations -
moments in his careerarequoted struction of a little known Civil and the squadrons,"Mr. e-
in the author's own transla- War episode called the Simms said. "It is our job to
,tion, to elucidate the complex Fort Pillow Massacre which oc- see that all the,aircraft are sup- \
character of this formidable curred In 1864, The Union fort plies with the cleanest, best fuel t
world figure. Illustrated. was manned largely by Negro possible". A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY

THE NEW INDUSTRIALSTATE troops and on an, April day th Three aircraft landed -, \
one iced
W. .... them the VW 18 point Safety P rforman laep.ct-
byJohnGalbraith.Afresh Confederate forces underGeneral behind the other and taxied to lon. Ttttn .e tuned up, tlfhtanad. and replaced "orytMn lawn
Nathen Bedford Forrest attacked ..dd It. And cuv nt..d th.m % tor the rw lf or MpUcMiMtof
view of out corporate society and the fuel pit. With any luck all all machanlcal pM.lor 30 day" or 1000 mil*.. Como
the quality of modern life, by and slaughtered most of three could be alrbornes in ten en In maJor ehek.ENOntB '
the noted economist and author. the garrison. Two characters minutes, "although we would be 'TRAMIISIONREAR AXLE FRONT AXLE t
Mr. Galbraith analizes the struc- carry the story forward: Acox, satisfied with 15." \
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Reports HereDouble

ILi Amputee Keeps on Flying

S Following Campaign with Doctors:

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), wi'f LCdr. Frank K. Ellis,the Navy
4 4 pilot who lost both legs following _
a, a 1962 plane crash and campaigned
until he was returnedto
active pilot status has reportedfor
) duty here. t
He is now the management ,:.
t services officer and comptrollerat
the Naval Air Rework Facil !
. \: ; .
I ity.Commander _
Ellis' storyof how
) he recovered from the accidentand
returned to pilot status is
warmly told in the August 1967
issue of "Good Housekeeping".
The pilot's story was! also feat-
ured IntheMay.edltkonot"Guide-t
posts" magazine '
AMSC WILLIAM E. KING, JR. l, p/pee.osAore upon hit retirement The Navy has nominated Com-
I Into the fleet reserve In ......./.. held 5epfem6er 7.I mander Ellis as a candidate for
the Junior Chamber pf Com -
I merce yearly selection of 10 A WELCOME ABOARD If given by Copt. C. T. FovlJ..J,

",...,;t,., --J most outstanding: ,men in,the coun (left) commanding officer of. HARFto LCdr. Frank f(. Ellis,

try.The "Guidepost" storey, which a pilot who lost both legs In a plane and crash campaigneduntil
I) was written by the commander, he was returned to active pilot duty, as he assumed his
tells of his long struggle fol new duties management services officer and comptroller
lowing ,a broken back, ,broken NAKF.
ribs heart stoppage and'loss of
-J both legs resulting from the plane that cost him his legs. Commander! Ellis has also told
crash near Pi. Mugu, Calif t his story on national radio and
M I The article also tells how the television.The .
He was decorated with the Distinguished commander was eventually re commander reported here
Flying Cross for his turned to flying status after prov- from Monterey, Calif., wherehe
act of heroism in avoiding 'a ing to the Navy he was capableof earned his Master's Degree in
trailer park during the wreck being an active duty pilot. Aeronautical Engineering at the

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GRAND OPENINGNOW 1967 TailhookReunion Set


The 11th annual Tailhook Reunion -
is scheduled for October
13-15 at the Flamingo Hotel,
Las Vegas,Nev.
THE HUSH PUPPY COOKS 'Cn/erV' 'Ben WerffW, Cnuc : Tailhook Association members
Fuller and John Mercncrnf./er_ / right), tried fftt/r cooking skill! ELECTRONICS 'are'former' or active! pilots who ,-
of the annual CPO' picnic held.Saturday. have made arrested carrier land-
Accommodations for two nightsa
TRAVEL HEADQUARTERS FOR: "Department Store of Electronics"CB sit-down stag dinner with coat
and tie, and presentation of
eR AND R PROGRAM .MILITARY FARES. SHAM STEREO HQTRS. awards, plus other activities will
, $39.00.
U. S. No. 1 South at Emerson Road
.CRUISES TOURS the invitation to be the principal
speaker at a banquet to be held

J 72S3733cosmopolitan I Saturday evening.Air .
transports are expectedto
be available from various
." () Naval facilities in California'-

t R a vel service 'I INC. At"' Friday and Sunday.Application forms. are avail-

122 REGENCY, SQUARE II able at the NAS Public Affairs
Office or the Jax Air News Office. -
The application deadline
MOTORS date is October 9.
SEGRAVESSERVICE For more information contact
the Tailhook Association, NAS,
Miramar, Calif., 92145.
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AFMA Acknowledges NARF's '
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Outstanding Performance' 1Ir'IrrIpL!

The Naval Air Rework Facility
aboardthe air station here has
been honored ',by the Armed ..t
Forces Management Associationfor
11L "outstanding performance in
support of fleet operational
requirements in SoutheastAsia. t
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The Armed Forces Man-
agement Association (AFMA) is
a national organization which is
f e active in improving management
techniques within the defense- 8y r k 3 S'' r// 1 4i
a tablishment.,.
Rework facility Executive Officer
Cdr. Lou Ciarrocca. received -
the award for the commandat
Tr the AFMA's annual awards i
9Th.Aj ,banquet in Washington August 31.
Lt. Gen.: William B."Bunfcer, Capt. C. T. Faulders Jr., commanding officer NARF:, presented
N deputy commanding Material Command general and theAnny's a,30 year service pin to Charles E. Bagwell In a ceremony
o { AFMA president presented the ,held on Aug. 28.COMING.
The award dted the local facility -
for Implementing"sound and :
progressive management prac-
tices" while shifting work load S S SS
requirements to overhaul and
C. T. Faulders Jr., commanding officer, Naval/ Air Rework support the Navy's A4 Skyhawk
Facility, and Cdr. Lou C/orrocco/ executive officer, of aircraft.
NARF, examine the award presented to their command by the While meeting increased oper-
Armed Forces Management Association ating force requirements the
command ''Contributed significantly ,
"to management in the

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.t"'4 ;j{' "-:-\ Supply Department is one ateJ by supply preparing more
'l'K.'. '. of the busiest activities aboardthe than .and ,
3,000 flight meals 5,000
''I' .. W".n". .r/' air station.ordering,shippingand .
E /)t","..r.A.: "" box lunches a month for personnel : ..
issuing more than$$3 million
.. ', being processed by the Armed '
.; ...:: .' worth of merchandise a tar. Forces Examining'\ and EntranceS
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;', Because of its geographical station here. They also feed 4
\ & -i- S cation, the department performsa midshipmen, various reserve and 4 4j
-: .: variety of services not normally National Guard units during the STORAGE. .Charlle/ // Cooper operates' a fork" lift to j
) \ ..-."', assigned to an air stations ':.,, summer months. crates of material to fce stored In one of,,b..many warehouses r
supply section. 5 Working in coordination with the I
) operated:! by Supply Department. t
< The
l' < department provides log- County Civil Defense Directorsthe
! MATERIAL. ., The material, d division/ receives, stores, packs RETAIL CLOTHING. a.SK2 Bill Stephens, operating the main istical support to shore-based: department handles an aver- PLANNING. Bill Abernethy does a time study while Miss
; and side clothing store, stocks' the shelves with standard uniform Project Po1ar1s1nstal1atons.op.( age of 152 tons..of: shelter' supplies -, Mac// processes Issue document The time study Is done
shops materials t Requesting. commands. Rayford McfC/n-/ erational intelligence centers t to determine the time It should take
Items. The main side, store averages 160 to 200 customers a as a monthThe; department to process one document.
S non of the packing branch prepar.s a package for shipping via day. well as for aircraft assigned to assists the directors in storing,

parcel post. .:.. the Air Commando Group at Eglin1 S issuing and shipping about 15 to *
AFB.It 20 different items, such -
as em- :
, also provides support for the, :, ergency rations, medical kits and WESCONNETT FURNITURE, CO.
commercial overhaul of aircraftat water drums

I Hayes International Corpor- The department facilities are Iit AIR CONDITIONERS
BIG CHIEF ation, Doth n., Ala; Aero Cor- widely dispersed throughout the :
. portation, Lake City,Fla.] ,:Fairchild station with over 1,300,000, square f -
I rmrco. Killer Corporation,St.Augustine feet of storage space, which is NEW & USED TV SETS
II I ; Exec Air Incorporated, equal to about 200 football fields. NEW ADDING MACHINESNEW

\. Las Vegas, Nev., and Dallas The Serv-Mart, a self service. i DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS!

Airmotive, Inc., Dallas. ;1 store specializing in office supplies Freight Salvage' Easy Credit Terms.
Pft., tq In support of these activities, .: averages $$40,000, worth of Hrs. 9 a.m.,.- 7 7pm. Come In & Browse/ 4
the I
,.. Supply Department provides I
P. business a month, selling everything I t
''R.t. 'aircraft pans, as may,be, necI. I S from rubber-bands to ink. I
.. t CPO .. =r : essary. ". S I I Supply maintains a fuel f farni 4i3 I I II 532'WIIC..HtI.lyll*, .*103rd',. 771-0750 ..)
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: Ow... ; / As the regional aeronautical ;. which consists of 31 tanks with a
r tYSI supply activity, NAS Jax provides ..' combined capacity of more than : ..... "
: support to four' area sat- '" four million gall ns. Cecil ,I. ; ,& 'i: .-.n..n. a..n. o..n.. o o...... ....o
I : ellite stock points,Sanford, Gly-- :' Field receives its fuel supply ..
: Harold Parman Mayport ...
nco, Atlanta and Mayport, in the
from these tanks of I I"i
: Walter Nolan- Roosevelt : ; :; by way pipe- 'I ..
S same manner it supports the ; '
Lou Weber- NormandySPEED
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( 'Js commercial activities. line.Supply also maintains a disposal i'
. Supply supports more than 20 facility located on U.S. 17
TECHNICAL. .A library of technical'publications lists
naval vessels, from aircraft ma 0
just south of the main gate, receiving )
\' S carriers to tugs, home ported > screening, storing and terial required for station and fleet support. Jim Mills checks a ,

) EQUIPMENT S at Mayport, plus transient vessels disposing of surplus property. publication for the stock numbers requested by a station department. I
S ; visiting or from : 0
operating ) "
also retail
\. S SS Mayport.Locally. t clothing Supply stores operates, one two for NAS t ,;! ,' ,. ', '.., ,

FOOD SERVICES.. .CS2 Harry Cressman, main side galley, the department sup- and fleet personnel and,one for J''-"i A A _tL. t-t '.< : .

COMPLETE S LINE OF S Sa MAG WHEELS helps prepare for the noon meal. HAS and NATTC galleys com-S parts COMFAIRJAX> Fleet Air .;'. NATTC, averaging 400 custom- ) :q A:", :i'
Wing II., and 18 other l t''' ..''
tenant ;'
lined feed act- : t ;'' "
approximately/ 4,000, persons at the noon meal.Fir ivities. S S ers a day. :
RACING a SLICKS CHROME PIPES 'r Other divisions within the department ) '.' <, 0t
The department a buying activity ; consist of inventory "
TACHOMETERS FLOOR SHIFTS y ysir. .IoatIi' HeidilaIet .... for the station, with author ; technical, planning control and I ( TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM !t (.., to. '.
ity to make purchases for different material.The I Gtc.;' PREMIUM BEER'CHOICE CUT STEAKS ) ,,>'' "":' iI t'' 0I
: NO 0 DOWN' PAYMENT MathiaS activities and departments planning division worksin ", ..'. : "
when the request is over direct contact with the supply ITALIAN SANDWICHES% SPAGHETTI I -, ", .., (",\<. '
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Wf Fiinni Everyone" Fmm Sonman To Admiral .1.< 2,500.. officer providing advice and guidance ; o
Supply handles incoming and "PIZZA". 'S.
on all matters pertaining(\ to L. _______ t
utgoing shipping of household : .
Mercury MerCrulser S the operation of the department. % OUR SPECIALITY! '
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WITH PURCHASE OF 4 TIRES personnel ordered to The inventory division con- s4p :J

? Zr nd from all activities and com- ducts spot and special inventories HOURS: !t Trustworthy loyal helpful, friendly |
FREE lands here
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''''Hr on material" locations. un.-Thurs. 4pmll:30pf: :) ).. .-I '1 0t

WHeIYHeI I I \ I Brake r_- F year.Two iveraging station 12,000, galleys shipments are a under'The the air direction station[ supply of Capt.section D.A., q, Saturday Friday 7 llam.lam 4pm.a. Jam I,t ,courteous: ,! ch4erfui, .5-., .S that's' us' here atMKMVCN t ti

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Baluce one
Alig..t. | AdjustmtRlBLK -J't.d approximately ated by the department 6,800, personnel, feeding businesses in the Jacksonville 3619 Blandina Blvd. Ph. 771-OT70 i i ii

with 800
area over personnel
EXPERT REPAIR dally.: A flight I
REtAPS SHOP mess is oper- o .
7 75 x 15'' 7 75 x 14" assigned..r__ B1I.RNETT6r4t.-
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S ENGINE OVERHAUL(ParIS$ extra!) 49.qsup $ SAN JUAN Cleansed. r, TV 'Strvict. I Building 39 Ext. 3870 ,
242 Mclifesk A Ave.
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REBUILD BALL JOINTS (pIS.$ & labor) 15.95up ( NIBLICK I IOr.1 o S
SHOCKS FRONT OR REAR (pts.' & labor) 12.95up << ; ;. 781-3322 $S-A-L-E A DEPARTMENT ., Monday- Wednesday: 10:00: a.... 3:00: p.m.
BRAKE SHOES Any U. S. Car (pis.' (&; labor) 10.95up I I&-2- 2 Bedrooms 'Perk, Funds. ON ALL, and USED t ,BRING THIS AD AND I.' Thursday: 9:30: a.m. 4:30: p.m. ,
BALL JOINT REPLACED (pts. &- labor) 29.95up (Call ug.. let .is irriie.| your.' ,pirtyTUESTHRUSAT. Garden Type Apartments JTJ-3.,' Minister NEW RECEIVE/ S Friday: 10:00: a.m. 3:00: p.m. o
with* Country Club..t ., REV... E. F. MONTGOMERY, Cl II.< HAM I t ---- ,
atmosphere JR
BIG I I CHIEF TIRE Co.I .a1\\-II 9 til ?11? Kitchens Ranges equipped& Refrigerators/with G.E '. ,. SUNDAY Eqtfpneit.. .. t S 50% ;I. NAS 'Cecil. Field FACILITYOFFICE:o

3890388; 389-6326 2464825I Sng-A-Long! Fri Sat Individual and Heating}; Air by Conditioning G E 4fe ";-, SCHEDULE Prices Slashed DISCOUNT ON ANY !, Building Ext. 226 0''
Drapes Furnished" e "
9. I 0 i 1.S 1. HAPPY HOUR... Wall to Wall Carpeting and :':' 8:30: a.m. WORSHIP Brands!II! I IN YOUR SET j I I Monday Friday: 10:00: 'a.m. 2:00: p.m. : 5-

MISS :f mm ,. ,.,,,. Large Swimming,' Pool' 9:45: a.m. SUNDAY SCHOOL Military Pay Days 9.-00: a.m. 3:00: p.m.. o
!lt( n>m 4 4-6PM and 8:30: lOAM 11:00: .
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Pope JAX AIR NEm/AFTERBURNER September 8, 1967

I Buy Life Insurance Darlene Davit the Right WayBy I NARTU News and Views -I I

What is insurance? The dictionary or which places too great a ed to your needs.. By Les Martin |
says,"acontract wherebyone strain on your ability to pay There are companies that VAdm. Alexander S. Heyward, a similar inspection of NARTU
pan undertakes to secureor should not be bought.Be specialize primarily in one type chief of Naval Air Training is Norfolk on Sundav..
guarantee another against loss sure of your life insurance of insurance and those companies scheduled to arrive here tomorrow Eighty-two men from throughout -
by a continent (liable) event.'* needs; be certain of your abilityto that deal with all types of for an informal working inspec- Florida and south Georgiawere
To an individual insurance pay each premium as it comes insurance. tion of the Naval Air Reserve from NARTU
means protection of loved ones.It durv underst'Mjhhe.benefitswhld:! = ;'- A company that specializes in Training Unit (NARTU). Jax's Summer Accelerated
may be used to supplement yean insurance contract pro- life insurance will usually charge During his visit at NARTU Training Program In ceremoniesheld
income at retirement, finance a mises; and before committing a lower premium rate than that Admiral Heyward will be briefed Friday.
college education for children, yourself to buy a policy,know the of a company that deals with all Highlighting the ceremony was
assist with mongages ona home, company and agent who stand be- types of insurance.An the all hands' pass in review.
care etc, act as an insured savings h'nd your purchase.Life insurance company is a service before RAdm. H. }i. Caldwell,
plan and will pay the face insurance is a lifetime commodity, but must also COMFAIRJAX. In the role as
value of the insurance to a bene- investment. It is a serious InVestment be a profit organization. Com- reviewing officer for the grad-
ficiary upon the holder's.death. and should not be pur- panies dealing with all types of IIk uation, Admiral Caldwell pre-
The Armed Services offer a chased with the attitude that all insurance may charge more pre- sented the awards to the scho-
liberal program of benefits de- life insurance is the same and will miums for one particualr type of lastic and militaryhonormen,and
signed to help meet family re- meet all your needs. insurance, such as life insurance, a trophy to the commander of the
sponsibilities. There are many When an individual decides to to balance out or compensate for honor platoon.
individuals who would like to add invest in a costly expendituresuch the more expensive risks a com- This year's' select group of
to the service benefits by buy- as a home or car, he does pany may incur through another young men completed a rigorous
ing life insurance. not normally consult just one type of insurance, such as automobile three months of military and
There is right way and wrong dealer before making the pur- insurance. A speciality : specialized training. This,coup-
way to buy life insurance. A chase, but he consults with many company, because of lower oper- led with next summer's Navy
policy bought to fit your need, before making the final decision.In ating costs, can charge less for1 basic rate training schools will
at a price you can afford, can choosing a life insurance polIcy a premium provide he same benefits enable each young man to begin
give you lifetime satisfaction.A to"suit your needs being par- and still make a profit. his two years' of active military
policy unsuited to your' need, ticular is a wise practice.As While most servicemen can service:: completely qualified for
you grow older, the pre- get the amounts of. life Insur- the specific field of his choice.
miums (the money you pay for ance they need at a standard rate, Stressing classroom and on-
insurance) Increase in price. An the amount of premiums are VAc/m./ Alexander Heyward the-job training, the program'sInstructors
individual will derive the same 'cost affected by the 'nature of
by Capt. Carl'D. Simonsen, commanding also introduced the
benefits of the policy while their service assignments. An
officer of the unit, and new Navymen: tothemysteriescfmilitary
a lower premium price at individual anticipating assign- will tour the facilities and drill, marlinspike sea-
an earlier age, as will the older ment to Vietnam or who is ser-
spaces assigned to NARTU lax, .manship, and many other naval
Individual while paying a higher ving in a flight duty capacity pan of the nationwide Air Training subjects. '
premium price. might find it difficult to buya Command. He will also confer This is only one of the many
There are only four basic kinds policy that provides the risk
with the officers and men of Reserve Naval Air Reserve programs
of life insurance, although there coverage. He can expect to
Squadrons VP-741HS-741 open to young> men throughout
are several variations. These pay an extra premium. and VR-741 drilling this week- Florida and south Georgia. This
four kinds are straight, life, Any extra premium, any exclusion tnd. program like the others stresses
term, limited payment and en- or limitation of cover- Admiral Heyward will oneword"training"train-
dowment. A reputable insurance age, such a war ,or aviation depart
following the inspection for Norfolk ing for a ready Naval Air Re-
advisor will all the benefits clause be
explain must clearly statedin Va.
where he will conduaNATTC serve.
iIit of each and will assist you the policy. Read all such .
I '67 Ma Nana ...$3036i in choosing the policy best suit clauses carefully and be sure you
....tlf,1 2-tw.. CeM .*4. understand them. : Behind The Scene I IBY
( Whit., fun fewer, Air, like
New. Career Question Box Answers Tom Raker I
67 Fsrt Fairiaw "SOl' $2&6&
A Green ....., NM fewL. Answers:- "Serviceman of the Month" is survey requests and excess
L. ctrl Air, A RM!'Sacrifice.I L. The STAR (Selective Training e. Outstanding personnel'In a misnomer this month .. a schedule lists and the prepara-

'65 I burial 1 .,..Suit? and Retention) program is pay grade E-5 with less than Wave has been selected. SKI tion, dstribution, and filing of .
Blue 4-4.., Hardtop, M a program whereby career mot- 42 months of service .time'.may Phyllis A. Patsch is the first custody cards upon receipt of
Jr. JVave to been chosen since plant account items.
ivated reenlist '
'ff Shag -1 1W .J7H.v :, ) personnel may ; 1, the : "
She will 'a
4-4..,. Low.C.1t .. for a period of six years'and be 4. a,: Personnel reenlisting It award D n 1960. receive commen-
till and Gee hand Car. guaranteed a school and automa pay grade E-3'will: ,be assignedto dation from Capt. R.P. Kline, "
-tc I.rpl. tic advancement to the next higher a Class A school. Test scores NATTC's commanding officer;
it '63 Jaguar .II .. ...S17S6w pay grade. must.. be met prior to entry. a $50 U.S. savings bond and a
.*w A Creem Flitetr,:p.eta.. Car Mad. 2. Other incentives of the program -' b. Personnel reenlIst ngn trip St. sponsored by the USO to

'62 Cadillac .. . ..$1196$ are reenlistment bonus pay grade E-4 who are not ClassA Augustine.********
and/or variable reenlistment graduates may request a Class
Two Dee Ceuee. A Raal
Jf Luxury Car. Fully Pewered. bonus. A school in lieu of a Class B Buck Perry, president: of .the
3. a. Must be E-3 or abovein school. Test scores must be Fishing Consultants of America,
: 64 Data M.MyMak6; will hold a clinic for fishermenin
Vi Ton Track. A regular Navy or reserve met prior to entry.
iC .r. active duty.b. c. Personnel reenlisting the King Hall today at 1:15

K'HMp "443" ....$!96L Have a minimum of one in pay grade E-4 and pay grade p.m. Perry Is renowned throughout -
4 ..., Se4... Tnncp.rtatll year active Naval service,and not E-5 will be assigned their appropriate the fishing world for his
"* Car wKk Factory AI,. theory and methods of
have completed three years of Class B' or C,' schoolif
'66RiYeria .. $3316 service.c. eligible. catching fish (usually In wa-
A Beautiful BhM. Fully ters termed. "dead" by thepublic
T rewere Luxury Car Reduced above average po- 5. a. An E-3 graduate from
t T. tential.d.. Class X school with a final grade ).
'&6 -Bird ... .. ..$3186 Be recommended by above the class average for the Called "sJX>Onplugglngtt Perry's -
*, landau Hardtop. Extra har,. the commanding officer. previous four quarters,. six method is to determine the
A Ono Owner Car. structure of a body of water.
months in pay grade E-3 and if
'64 Plym rt& Fort ....$$1085 recommended by his commanding Structure means the confor-
*; Share II.... 4 Sports ap.1 c...Transmltdon.,., II* En. officer automatically advanced SKI .Phyllis A. Patsch mation of the bottom of the riveror
.".i.r?.' Very CI..... E-4. Patsch is the assistant supply lake in question, as well as

'64 Impala .. . .$$1366 b. An E-4 graduate. from supervisor for the First Lieu- any objects which may be on the
i" 4-c1.., Hardtop. A lharo, air Class B school who has one year tenant, Material Division. On the 1 bottom. His theory is that certain
"ft 'Conditioned Family Car in that pay grade and if recommended job since 1964, she is well fish, as they age, adapt them-
ie 63 Ford Wajtn . .$986A by his commanding of fleer qualified to fill her billet. Her sIeves to specific structural
'A Good Family kc.nCar. is automatically advanced to job included supervision of the areas, and a fisherman catches

4c T.Fattkack.67 Barracuda. Air. .Conditioned... $3066 E-5. preparation? and dlsposlton of, fish only if he knows and fishes

Automat! T'...."'...,.,. ------ ---- these potential areas.
'61 1 Pntiae Wain .. $796 He and his associates have had
Air CoMltl...... A Truly Re* t -ARbEY' success In restoring fisherman's
.,.ct..... Second Car. interests indeed waters in Minnesota -

'61 Impala .$996 t I II Michigan, Arkansas and
4 3( Beautiful. Blue fr White 2. I other states. -
.deer Hardtop. Vary Low '
fC .... Exceptionally' / Clean. .
'65 Chrysler Sedan $2186$ GREATEST
Whit.Conditioned.. Fully Equipped Air 390 BLANDiNG BLVD. PHONE 771.3385 FURNITURE

'64 Malta .$$1386
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J '67 Plywwth Belveden $2266 WHOLESALE

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1 Movies I[ Cub Schedules !, .
X < vff. : ; v v.Nvr*iseWoT7tA

MOVIES will be shown reg- <
CLUB '' features the band sounds of Dick s .,. ti}
ularly at the WAS Jax Theatreat ACEY DUCEY : 'Friday ,$J.ti ss\:.\ \. A \wv4ltitifhxuWkr<4w ii4
6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thru Wilson. The Page Five will provide the musical entertainment %
Saturday. There will also be a' Saturday evening. Mark Castle makes his appearance Sunday evening.
matinee at 2 p.m. omSaturdays. Try the 1/2 Ib. rib eye steak for $1.35 featured Thursday through Ads should be moiled U the Holt Publishing Company
Sundays and holidays. The Hbs- Sunday. Spaghetti all you can -eat, for $.75 is the special for 1950 3landing Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida. 32210, to arrive
,pital Theatre will have one weekly% Tuesday. Dine on oriental food and drink sake Wednesday evening not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday
feature at 7 Cecil Field, at Oriental Night. Price is $1.00. Ad* arriving' too late for this deadline will be published .
p.m. the folloiutng week unless' the publisher is' instructed' other
CANDLELIGHT CLUB: Monday' is Viva Italia Night. A complete
will have two shows during the wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
spaghetti and meatball dinner with a glass of Italian Qiianti wine
week 5:30 and 8 Mat-
at p.m. the .4-
inees will be shown on week- ',fill be served from 5 to 9:30 p.m.. for $1.95. A chUds plate is be received' WITH the copy for
$1.00. Neapolitan music will be played by accordionist Mac Antonio.
ends at.2 and 5 p.m. DO NOT SEND CASH
Tuesday is Beef and Burgundy Night. A roast prime rib of beef
dinner with glass of Red Burgundy wine will be served from 5 to RATE: Minimum charge ((3 linet)... . 'I' . ..S2.ooI

FRIDAY, September 8 9:30 p.m. for $2.95. A childs plate is $1.50. For your diningpleasurehe Per additional line ((4 words per n..0.50)

piano playing of Phil Ramirez is f eatureij.BLUEJACKET _
NAS: "THE YOUNG WAR INN: The Chantels will be on hand Friday even-

RIORS": with James Drury and! ing from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturday and Sunday afternoon the Six- FOR RENT OR FOR SALE BRAND Nt;YI ZIGZAG
Jonathan Daly ( 101 min.)
featured. The Formations will perform Saturday even
teens are Domestic of
Houses & Apts. Equity VA & sewing ma. out lay-
: with the Muskateers under the spotlight Sunday evening.
ing FHA' resales $50 & $100 dwn. a-way. Buttonholes fancy designs -
: with Robert Taylor Monday evening hear the music of Evelyn Mee and her Tonics. Bal. $36.50 cash
Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret. etc.
and Ron Randell. (95 Min.)
Plan to attend the special show Spotlight Review Tuesday from
264 -2411. Orange Park Realty. terms.
: 8 midnight. .
OF TARTU": with Joe Morrison Monday through Friday is the "buy one -- get a second' one for "REAL ESTATE: We will help 1948 Blanding Blvd. 384 5821
and Valeria Hawkins. ( 95 Min.) one penny" special. The special is hamburgers french fries you Buy, Sell or Invest. ,

SATURDAY, September 9 onion rings and soda for this week. They will be'served 5 to 5 Bowen Real Estate Realtor iX) > YOU WANT TO BE A'DISC J
Lunch specials for the week are: Monday hamburger steak
p.m. USN Retired 384-1376 JOCKEY?? For informatioRcaU: <
NAS: "THE RELUCTANT AS- $.65, Wednesday -
$.40, Tuesday spaghetti with meat sauce 356 8351, A
TRONAUT": with Don Knotts veal cutlet, $.65 Thursday ,-'grilled or breaded park chops, $.65 SINGER: IN '4DR DEStf
and! Joan Freeman. ( 110 Min.) $ will be served from 11
HOSPITAL: "THE YOUNGWARRIORS" and Friday fish fillets (2)) .65. They Like new makes buttonholes, FOR SALE PACKING BOXES ;
a.m. to 3 p.m. for 15tf each.Phone 355-
sews on buttons, fancy designs, moving.
with James Drury of the Bud Clark
: the Combo
Dance music
satin stitches. Bal. $43 or $5 8734 Van's 736 Dellwood Ave.
and Jonathan Daly. ( 101 Min.) Friday evening. Try the seafood special for 125. Dick Wilson's mo. Free home trial.MORSE .
C. FIELD: "WAR ITALIANSTYLE" Moderns' will oe on hand Saturday evening. A sirloin steak for $1.65is SEWING CENTER SINGER ZIGZAG'
: with Buster Keaton for that The Fives will be under
the dinner special day. Page 1948 Blvd. 384 CONSOLE MODEL .
Blanding 5821.
and Martha Hyer.' ( 93 Min.) the spotlight Sunday evening. The dinner special' for Tuesday is SEWING MACHINE. A -1 Shape <

SUNDAY, September 10 fried chicken for $.95. Rib eye steak for $1.35 is the specialfor HOUSE FOR RENT UNFURN Zig Zags, makes button holes, '

Wednesday.USO 3BR. 2B, Air Cond., 2-story 'fancy designs, sews on buttons, '
HOSPITAL:. "THE RELUC- and refreshments tonight. Friday evening
: Enjoy the free movie bungalow with garage. 1 blk appliques, monograms, etcSoldnew .
TANT ASTRONAUT with the Fun and Frolics Time Sat-
: features a co-ed party. Plan to attend from Ortega Elem.,School. $100 for over $300. MUST
Don Knotts and Joan Freeman. urday. Free coffee and donuts every Sunday at 10 a.m., Club will be mo. EV85545. SACRIFICE. Just'paybalance$64

(110 Min.) closed from 10:45 a.m. to2:30p.m.sothat you may attend the churchof or assume$8 monthly yments.Can '
C. FIELD "SAVAGE PAMPAS" will be and refreshments at the South
: your choice. There vespers Credit Manager. Ph. 353 -
Attend the movie that
with Robert Taylor and church at 5:30 p.m.
: Jacksonville Presbyterian 1946. Anytime. Will deliver.
RD. (In Onega1 Forrest)
Ron Randell. ( 95 Min.) evening at 7:30 p.m., "The Big Show". Monday'is'New Friends Nite. No obligation.
Sat., Sept. 9 from 9 5 .and
Game Nite with ping tables games
MONDAY, September IT Every pool and Tuesday bowling.evening Disc Jockey is shows are held every pong Wednesday fromR Sun., Sept. 10 from 1-5. A-l SEWING MACHINE CO. !

C. FIELD: "THE YOUNG to 11 p.m. with "MC" Mr. Al Albert .

WARRIORS": with James Drury FURNISHED COTTAGE Fairfax '64 GTOEX.COND. 44,000ORIG.
and Jonathan Daly ( 101 Min.) I I I Manor, adults only lights, mi., new tires trl. pwr., extras.
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE : water included. $45 mo. Phone Best offer over. $1600. 772-3077.
Mr. Pulsifer,
N iPl iYGI All R."lcs'All Ages 388 3540.

: I:..1958IY vIAUTH k'2, D!" ... HIT, WANTED: EXP. SHORT ORDER ,
IOW RATES I. 350. Cubic Inch Engine 2 Four COOKS &",Fountain help.'..'.Exp.'.*..,,j. ,.**
Barrel Carbs. Roll & Plete in- mand. Call Char-Burger. 2644511. -

I terior. 7714216. .,,

PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL I Sep. DR, Huge Kit. with Coppertone with Built-in rge. & oven. Has
$75. ti
Range & Refrig. Brick garage apt. which rents for

:. front, fenced yard. 8 mi. to Pmts. $88 mo. Qualify. GI. 350
Sunshine St. 772.2167.JEAN'S .
INSURANCEUNDERWRITERS bases, lovely neighborhood.
Pymts. $105 Mo. inch tax & ins.
I Call 771 9345.
INC. 103rd. St. Fall Classes: Ballet,

NEW COLOR PORTABLE TV's Hula Tap, Jazz Ballroom.
(Formerly McDougall's Insurance, !
& 384-3055, 771-2521, 771-5464.
$348.00. New black white
447t 111.lweit IM. 31-7474 $65.00 and up. Used TV's$29.95

Call Us Anytime and up.CLAUDE'S Pair of tri;,focal safety glasses.
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Cecil Field

P 191 S Sport Shorts
M bV
Fhytscal -fitness ''classes for
t women will begin at 9 a.m. on
Tuesday, September 19th. These >
classes will be held each Tuesday J$
and Thursday between 9 10

', .... a.m., in the station gym and will r.VOLLEYBALL.
m L r
\ 44L IV *V ;._ features a course. in basic self- I
& -L ********

V All personnel) stationed at Cecil
Field ( station and fleet),
s. who are interested in trying out
for the varsity basketball team
-L1 .. are asked to meet at the station
on Monday September 11th,
CECIL SOFTBALL K/NGS./ .Copf. U. L. frefwe//// commanding at 12 noon. "A GO GO". .Weapon's player returns
officer, presents championship Softball trophy to D. D. ball during playoff game against the "Hornets" of VA 44.
. Doo/e/ team manager, of VA 774, as Cdr. W. F. SallaJa, squadron ******** The "Hornets" won the playoff for. the HAS Cecil Field Vo-

commanding offlew t looks on. lyball Championship
Changes in the station Intra -
mural Touch Football league are:
VA 82 replaces VFP 62, VA-44 Captures YB Title
and VF 13 has dropped out of
the league. The VA-44"Hornets"defeated The "Hornets" were made up
H Weapons in a best two out of of J. Anglovich, B.Hall E.Horn-
******** three play-off for the NAS Cecil beck, E. Nelson, W. Oliver G.
Field Volleyball Uiampionship. Roberts, P. Teague, E. Val-
_rV Available at the gear locker in During the regular season, the azquez and B. Wurster.In .
.: Building 1## 4 are the following "Hornets" had a 6 apd 1 record.
Florida license: combination VA-44 won the play off in two winning the volleyball crown,
fishing and hunting, $10.50; state straight games by scores of 15- VA-44 picked up thirty more
.pp hunting, $7.50; fishing;$3.00;and 8 and 159. points towards the Captain's Cup.
management area'permits, $5.00
License can be purchased between $ Ip& :?
: :: the hours of' 9 a.m. 12 :\ IANT SWAP MEET
t noon, and 12:30 3 p.m., Mon- J Jr.
''ll; Blending Drive in Theatre
day Friday.
) : )' ../ Every Sat. 7 AM.: 6 PM.
X ******** Sun 1 P.M. 6 P.M.
Buy Sell or Trade
For Information Call
The dates for the Navy Complex -
768 7058 or 768 4793
V BOWLING/ CHAMPS. .B. K. Burch (center), of VA 774 receives Intra Mural Softball play- USE ZIP CODES -
/ the championship trophy for 'the Thursday Scratch Lea. offs' should be announced by next
from L. Fretwell// Cecil edition of the Jax Air News/Af
gue Capt. U. commanding officer. Assisting
terburner.VA 174 will re pre-
/ / with the/ presentation Is Cdr. W. F. Sail ada, squadron sent NAS Cecil Field in this tour

V: skipper ney.

Touch Football ReviewThree PilskiM Piiel Picks

legii Next Week
games kicked-off the The "Blckblrds" ov VA-45
Touch Football League at NAS closed the gap on.a 305'ardpass Beginning with the next weeks
.;.';;;Cedl this past' week and/as play, from Edicfcto'Puga'.i. edition of; the)!''Jax' Air Mews/
t :lJ1., predicted by the coaches:: this but failed in their try for the Afterburner ,five, prognosti-:
,/, shapes up as' one of the best point after. cators will begin gazing into their
J seasons for the Jet Base in a long ******** crystal balls' and try* to pick'
time. The Marines who were Tuesday, Sept. 5th the winner in ten college football -
picked by many to repeat"as Hellrazors 8 Marines 0 games and five professional
'"'" the champs were knocked off Quarterback Dave O'Dell wast- games. As past experience has I
in their second encounter of the ed no time in putting the VA-174 proven, some of the predictionscannot Leave time? Pack and
young league byVA-174. Follow- "Hellrazors" on the Scoreboard be used If you are a betting up
ing is the results of the three as he threw a 40-yard touch- man, but then again a couple of
games that were played at press down pass to Jim Carmichael on the crystal ball gazers were
time: the first play from scrimmage.The pretty accurate., From last go with an HFC TraveloanIf
Tuesday, Aug. 29th "Hellrazors"picked up their year's crop of prognosticators,
h Hornets 6 Weapons 2 two points as O'Dell passed to only one remains Dick Holt and
i VA-44 "Hornets" stung Wea- Jim Seeley for the extra point. he finished third among the greats you've got leave coming up but you're
' 1 pons 6 to 2'in the opening game with a 52 25 record.lob's .. short of money. don't worry. See the
of the season. The "Hornets" J military loan officer at HFC right now for a
got off to an early lead as
they scored their touchdown ; helpful HFC Traveloan. Cover every cost-

1* i. within the first five minutes of ET2" Oak Hill including sports gear, camera, and shopping
play. Quarterback Gaschler money. Then, when you're back on base,
tossed to end Fewell for six repay Household in monthly amounts
your pay
Pure Service Center
,f, failed.points. Their try for extra point .. can conveniently handle. *

1 Weapons picked up their two Open for your convenience 6 a.m. $IOp.m.; Thousands of service people every year find
polmts on a safety as the "Hor J Household a good place to go for money help.

nets" were guilty of a bad snap reid service- pick ft You will, too. whether you've got bills to pay,
k f rm center that fell dead in the up delivery
a car to buy. or any other need to meet.
;1 end,zone. ******** nechflBlc OH duty. American ft Fereiga (Irs For prompt, understanding money service

l Wednesday, Aug. 30th. call on Household now. We're able and willing
Marines 8 Blackbirds 6 103rd & Jammes Road to meet your need. .
The Marines were able to 771 9156 Jacksonville
this tight contest
squeeze out
when quarterback Nelson luged! Y.c...Get. MONtHLY PAYMENT PLANS
the pigskin into paydlrt from 24 /a J2 6
four yards out. Nelson passed f ,.,.'I lr.fab p.y. h D r..hSIOO
; to Captain Hilgert for a two 5.93 729 10.07 $18.48 ;;'
point conversion. 100 11,86 14.59 20.14 36.97
.... .. '= 3.9 17.79 21.88 30.21 55.45
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28,97 35.85 49.75 91.78
: r ORANGE P 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80
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'S.ptemS.,8. f967 .' JAX AJR'NEWS/AFTERBURHER PV 11 4

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I Fliers Second in Tourney v ,, a sl r.

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Dave Baker, Sub Flot sensation -
had earlier brought the
+ crowd to their feet when he
hit the game's only home run;
a bases empty clout in the
fifth frame.
Fi The winners iced the game
with two insurance runs in the
;! bottom of the sixth when Jack
N4 y V.M sonville's Bill Godwin came on
in relief for starter Marion
Coffey. augmented from Cecil
Rightfielder: Dick Harkins drew
a walk and stole second before
left fielder Bob Custard got on
via a single. Arnie Durazo then
x'a smashed a. liner to left field, ,1" ,.'
-;.. notching two RBI's in the ."..,J!!. '
pro- M "'''
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SCORES. .Filer Willie// Miller// crosses from plate/ for South NAS Glenview W., representing :- ____r 1967 AII.Havy Softball Results r

Atlantic's second run In All// Navy championship game. was the North the first Atlantic squad and to be''ComSix eliminated Following is a summary of the results of the 1967 All Navy

Flotilla Solent from the playoffs. They Softball Tournament played at Naval Station Norfolk. AUGUST 28:
Drops fell by the wayside when they ,SubFlot One 5, NAS Jacksonville 0; NAS Barber's Point 2, NAS .
dropped a 2-1 decision to Glenview, HI. 1. .
For Fourth Straight ChampionshipAn Barber's Point the first day and AUGUST 29: Jacksonville 5NASGlenviewm.O; SdbFlot One
a 5-0 game to Jacksonville the 5, NAS Barber's Point, 0.
unfaltering Submarine Flotilla jig Western Pacific. second. AUGUST 30: NAS Jacksonville 3, Barber's Point, 0.
One softball team of San Not content to rest on their Line Score AUGUST 31: SubFlot One 5, NAS Jacksonville! 2.
Diego, Calif. rolled to its fourth laurels from last year's All-Navy NAS Jax 0000020 -- 2441
consecutive All-Navytitle Friday pickings, the Submarine "Dol- SubFlot One Oil 012 x-- 566 1
when they defeated Jacksonville phins'playsd an arduous scheduleof
Naval Air Station's Fliers, rep- over 100 regular season gamesin Remember When?
resentatives of the South Atlantic the SanDiegoarea. appeared
region, 5-2. to be a case when the old adage, Fliers In Final THIS
The stubbornness of the Pacific "practice makes perfect" was
Coast team was evidenced by the something more: than an obsolete, Once Before WEEk-E111
scores of their three games of worn-out expression.
the four-team championship Nearly 2,000 softball fans were
o folk tournament. August 28, in on hand to watch the champion-' It was a few days less than two
the first day of tourneyplaytheynotched ship game between undefeated decades ago that another Flier DRIVE
a 5-0 win over the Fliers. Dolphins and the once beaten softball squad returned here
The following day they came back Fliers. Winning pitcher Ted with a runners-up trophy in
with an identical score to drop Brown, a right -' hander provedup All-Navy competition. ..vealI
NAS Barber's Point, represent- to the occassion as he yielded Playing NAS Alameda on the
four hits, struck out seven and opponent's home grounds, the
Walked one. Fliers, under manager Lin I
He was also responsible for Chadwick, won .their initial
THE ORIGINAL! his team's first-day win. He game, but dropped the' 'next ( 1'
gave up two hits.TheAllNavy. : three in ,that X1947 :season. i I. rit
title-"tilt,'saw-v In that ;first game,pitcher ', : *
THE AVTHENTlC!? NAS Jacksonville, which was' Daryl Shaw, Marine 'augmented I. d Gf
to .the playing in the loser's bracket after k y
T. the
TAPERED UNDERWEARby the first game loss, held threw a three hitter ,and was
scoreless for the first five Innings in trouble only in, the first Short Rout toDAYTONA
inning when Alameda scoreda
Brown appeared master of the run. Although the Jackson lEACH
situation as. he gave up a single ville representative won 6-2, :
vR 4.f hit and struck out fivedurin"tfiatspan. they met 4-0. 14-1 and 4-0
His leammates: were meanwhile rebuffs. r
x building up a 3-0 lead.it The Fliers won the trip to
the West. Coast when they
4:. 4 qr was not until the,sixth inning dumped the USS Corsair at r
that South Atlantic was able to the 'Norfolk All-Navy semi-
register on the Scoreboard. Two final 116.
runs came in when Scott Stone Over 12,000 fans''' were on

ss 4$ 4 hit a line-drive single. hand forvthe? four game,series "
The single came after pinch- on the coast.. The opening ,AN ISLAND HAWAIIAN,
hitter Don Ballard led off the game was played before 3,400. hR
inning with a one bagger to ... R
right field. Elston Mitchell of
ir .f.fn ? the Fliers: followed with a baseI,I
hit and Willie Miller reached first i 81U. .;. BEACH FUIfChllden
on a, fielder's choice. Stone's S..l inJ.s: .... "J DAYTONA
liner scored Mitchell and Miller Bonds -
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Two Veterans Give Navy. 1

Strong Left Side Defense

'' 1 When the Navy football team In the secondary: cornerback would like to see the same thing
f receives its first baptism un- Roger Lammers and safety Rick happen at least once this season.
: der fire against Penn State inc Bayer are returnees from last Don Estey, who played 63 min-
two weeks, the club's defensiveunit year's foursome, which finished utes in eight games last fall
may prove to be less a among the leaders in pass de- and Wade Roberts, credited with
f J question mark than it is now. fense. Bayer was Navy's top 17 individual tackles, eight assists -
L I' But few would question that the interceptor last fall. Like Carr, two pass deflections and
defense, minus five of last year's he was out of the majority of one interception were both .reserves -
, starters is an enigma these early spring practice with an injured last year.
days of fall drills.Preliminary back. He had last season's long- This year, they are termed
t t plans call for the est interception return when he likely starters in the left corn:
Middies to exploit a fair amount ran 40 yards for a touchdown erback and safety roles.
c of defensive speed with stunts, against Pitt . his_coaches (Last of a Series) at WILSON
blitzes and gaming" man

euvers.successful The for the tactics Navy have gridders been : 01\\ Whistling In & BLAND ING

t the past two seasons under Coach _
Bill Ellas. PHONE 5P11341or
\ Bill Dow, a defensive end, is The RiggingBy
y anchor man in the five man front SF1-6601
wall Captain of the team, he is '
considered the squad's top aU-
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was up during to 255 the pounds summer and that was he We, have* has our share of flukey weather, lately. August 27 saw 67 PONTIAC G.T.O.. . . . .$$$$
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