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VOL.. 25 NO. 27 U.. S. NAVAL AIR STATION,. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 28, 1967. .yI .

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I Hurricqne Hunters Escort .."" October 1 ,,



Three Ferocious Ladies' Pay BoostRequested


After being stood up for nearly and the squadron kept a constant i

: two months, the men of Weather vigil as she skipped across the
.
Reconnaissance; ,>$Squadron Four, Caribbean. Between September.
here have.had four dates in quick 8 and 19, Chloe and Doria were i

succession.The born, developed Into hurricanes
dates were with four and joined their earlier sistersas Washington (AFNB) Congress L

ladies; Arlene, Beulah Chloe full fledged, severe tropi- has been asked to make the

and Ooria. The Reconnaissance- cal, storms. f 5.6 per cent increase in military
men dated three of the ladies at During the 12. day period, base pay effective Sunday. The
the same time and have receiveda vy4 crews kept watch on the f If October 1 date was requested by

congratulatory letter from the hurricanes while not missing \ ,Prepdent| .Johnson in his April ; '

U.S. Department of Commerce a; ingle.required flight. message on all federal pay:
National Hurricane'Center's Director -** ..*. Receive Letter i, The latest request was ,made
Gordon E: Dunn. by Assistant Secretary of De -
"In his letter of
appreciationto fense for
Manpower Thomas
,On Patrol the squadron's commanding D.. Morris, before the House

Five VW 4 planes and crews officer Cdr. John V. Lawrence t Armed Service, Committee September -
Jr., Dunn wrote "Please extend -
kept on eye on the ladies -- all 19.
hurricanes -- while flying missions to your officers and crews Base pay increases for all pay
f romjamaica, Puerto Rico the sincere appreciation of the grades, E 1 through 0-10,
Bermuda New Orleans and Jack- Environmental Science Services would make up about 74 per cent
Administration -- Weather Bur-
sonville. eau National Hurricane Center-- RADAR IMAGE -A VW-4 photographer took this picture of of the total raise.

The squadron first "dated" for the outstanding performance Hurricane Beulah from the :radar scope of a squadron plane.In The stress was placed on base
Arlene August 30 and during the because it affects all -
following five days flew four during Hurricanes Beulah Chloe the hurricane's eye Is the island of Beata, just south of pay sonnel, while increasing allow-per

flights while penetrating the hurricane and Doria. ances would benefit only those ti

Three on days two occasions.after! Arlene'spower these"The three long period hurricanes during which were Haiti.Marine Baker Picked who subsistence.are furnished quarters and


l kicking up subsided her heels Beulah(September began 8)) moving about simultaneously September Serviceman Defense also favored base pay \
through the Atlantic presents, I increases because they in -

am sure many complex prob- crease future miliary retirement '.
Hospital Marks lems to the hurricane reconnaissance Marine %t. Joseph"W. Willis bllities and enhances the reputation income, thereby offering ,

squadrons of the Department a cook at the air station galley, of the Naval Air Station long term value and incentive.
of Defense with attendant has been named Serviceman of Jacksonville." to the career forces., ,1

J S t 31,000th Birth stress and strain. -*-> ;t. '_ ...-.* .?' the selection,Month committee.for, .SeptejHber. .by a. Installsq.ear'/ ; '' ." Since quarters and subsistence

"Throughout this'' period of two Willis is currentlyworking asa ABE2 Smith was credited with allowances: are considered pan
With .C'.r.licliiy'! weeks or more, your'squadronmet baker, and has received several Installation of a 'new' arrestinggear of. military pay, a -5.6'per'cent
;. all of the National raise for military is
Hurricane letters of appreciation for his on an air: station runway.Smith's personnel
There are not too many bab- Center's requirements necessary to equal thePresident'scall
culinary skill from Navy and nominating letter said,
ies that can boast of a birthday an absolute minimum of delays Marine officers.In "He has spent many long and for a 4.5 percent raise
cake on their second day of life and aborts. The reconnaissance for civilian employees. '
a letter of nomination.Capt. arduous hours coordinating the
and a crepe myrtle tree planted observations were accurate and efforts of the public
D.A. NAS officer contractor
Hempson supply The
not
in observance of their birth yet passed militarypay
and of unestimablevalue
were
prompt of Willis "The Food works personnel and technical
wrote bill is still being debatedin
but then be the
only one can
to what ever success the
born the Naval Service Division as well as the representatives, endeavor that Congress. However, if the
31,000th baby at center have had in tracking
may Marine Corps, Is fortunate to produced a most significant con- legislators decide to pass the
Hospital. forecasting and issuing public have of Willis' caliber.He tribution leading to the smooth
Rodolfo Ayala Baladad Jr.will warnings in connection with a man bill and the President signs it Into -
sets an outstanding examplefor installation of the arrestment law it could be
not know of the ceremonial honors these three hurricanes. retroactiveand :
others by his high standardsof equipment. His devotion to duty give military ;
greeting his birth for quite a few men a big :1'
and self sacrifice is with the
personal appearance, conduct check later this
years, but his father, ADJ1 Ro- Long Flights pay year orearly
and respect for his senior highest traditions of the naval in 1968.
dolfo Baladad, VW-4 can show 1Ii
During the intense operations and his subordinates.," service."
his son the tree and an enlarged
hospital birth certificate if Junioris against the hurricanes, the A veteran of 10 years in the
skeptical. squadron logged over 200 flying Marine Corps, Willis lives with
hours and penetrated the hurri- his wife and two children aboard *
An eight pound seven ounce
c
canes 32 times. the air station.
arrival at the Naval Hospital at
The squadron has flown re Other nominees for the monthly
7:17 a.m., September 20,Rodolfo
connaissance flights agains, honor were AO1 Francis J. .
Jr. became the ;31,000th baby
p
three' hurricanes simutaneouslyon Caisse, Weapons Department;
born at the facility since it was
first opened on July 1, 1941. one'other occasion'((1964)). 'ADJ2 Herbert C. Moore, Air A

Capt. W.S. Baker Jr., com- while watching Dora Ethel and Operations; and ABE2 Robert

manding officer of the hospital, Gladys. L. Smith, Security.
planted the tree at the hospitalin Hurricane season normally begins Weapons Nominee (
observance of the event at around the first week in Petty Officer Caisse was cited -

ceremonies held September 22. June. for his proesslonalperformance: a

!J> .......... LL of .duty in a nomination letter !
from the Weapons Department.He .

was credited with improvingthe
division through his personal "

example of military conduct, i M : eq 4ft" ..
appearance and performance for
junior enlisted men.
Moore is a plane captain at At
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the Air Operations Maintenance:
L 1 t
Department. The air operations v.; w1 55
officer said "Moore continuously t .5

maintains his aircraft in L ,

'the highest -possible material ,
I readiness posture under the most '9 4 ;

adverse conditions due to the low r :
supply supportof the (T-33)) air- 55

craft. The nomination letter S
qN IM-1
1 +11111 11H1 v
continued "Moore continuously

contributes to the support capa-
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I ; The commissary stores at MESSAGES -- Capt. Martin J. Stack, HAS CO, returned to the

Jacksonville Mayport and Cedl station last week after serving eight weeks as a member of the .
,Field will be
CELEBRATED BABY Captain Baker and ADJ 1 and Mrs. for closed Saturday USS Forrestal investigation board. Cdr. H.L. Donald Jr., XO.
Inventory. All three
Rodolfo A. Baladad are interested in Rodolfo Junior's birth will resume normal hours stores Tues- presented the captain with a little light reading-hundreds of

certificate. The baby s.lept through the ceremony. day-morning. messages that arrived here during the captain's absence.

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Let's! Do Our Part ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
Edward's Chapel! \. ni

SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m. i ''p'pIf "
Giving help to people who need It, when they need It and where and 11 a.m.DAILY +
they need It makes the world a happier place to live. It Is a nice MASS11:30a.m.. '
feeling to know you have helped people less fortunate than you are SATURDAY MASS 9:00 a.m.
to put them in a position to help themselves. CONFESSIONS Saturday
This is where the Combined Federal Campaign comes in. It is 5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.77:30
a one time solicition for voluntary health and welfare agencies.The p.m.
United Fund of the Jacksonville area and the National Health
and International Service Agencies which normally would solicit' U.S. Naval l Hospital l

next spring are cooperating locally In a single campaign for federal iyf
personnel. This will be the only fundraising drive for voluntary SUNDAY MASS .8 a.m.
agencies this year.
The Combined Federal Campaign came about because many ; _
employees asked for a single charity drive. One drive makes it PROTESTANT ;

practical, too, to have a payroll payment plan. The CFC has the full _

endorsement of the heads of executive departments agencies All' Saints Chapel SGT. W.G. KOSCH and Pfc. J. T. Guthrie chat about their
and the presidents of major employee organizanbasf: W Mu'HC)DIV o SERV1c t1r weekend trip to Miami.Marines I
IN 10 a.Jr
Employees and servicemen '.
who want to contribute their fair SUNDAY SCHOOL 9 a.m. ;
share can do so in small in ; Chapel Annex, Bldg. 722 Navy Corpsmen
stallments through a 12 month CHURCH SCHOOL 9 a.m. I.
payroll payment plan. This en- F Chapel Center, Bldg. 751
Enjoy Weekend
ables the contributor to make a' WEDNESDAY in MiamiThe
Choir Rehersal - 7
one time pledge. to cover'.oneor : p.m.
I
all the charitable organizations THURSDAY Miami Beach "Shower of of free dinners, night club floor
Young Adult Group 7
at one time'and he does not *; p.m. Stars" weekend trip was awardedto shows and the""nationally known
Aiy2 Christian Science Service
have to have the ready cash on ; 18 Marines and Navy corpsmen Jackie Gleason Show.
A ; - -8
hand at the time he pledges.The SECOND MOND of Each Month p.m. who were decorated with Purple The groups that attended the
payroll payment plan is ; Hearts for wounds they receivedin weekend trip were from hospi-
Chapel Women's Guild -
available to all civilian em ,;' 930am. Vietnam, and are currently tals at NAS Jax, Pensacola,
-
ployees except those with a temporary <,,i' (Chapel Center) patients at the Naval Hospitalhere. Key West, and Charleston, SC. j
appointment of less than Sgt. W. G. Kosch, one of the (
one year, and to members of the "' The program Is sponsored by Marines who attended the trip,
Armed Forces who are assigned U.S. Naval Hospital the Veterans of Foreign Wars, said, "We thoroughly enjoyed
In this area. Pay deductions Marine Corps League, and eight every minute of the trip. Everyone -
are optional and voluntary with 'SUNDAY SERVICE10 a.m. Miami Beach down there was as nice as
the contributor, under the ground they could be to us." lie con -

rules which the government has set up to keep down payroll with- fllCoosteaser tlnued While we were at
holding costs: the Jackie Gleason Show we were
1. Minimum allotment per payday is 50 cents if you are paid Traffic certainly, thrilled as the audience
every two weeks or twice a month, or $1 if paid monthly. Above gave us a standing ovation.
these minimums, allotments may be In any amount. Pfc. J. T. Guthrie said of the
2. Witholding in the amount authorized will be for a full year trip, "It was so nice down therewe
beginning with the first pay period in January 1968. You may discontinue ViolationsThe yWHAT'S all hated to leave. We loved
the allotment at an earlier date upon request to the payroll every minute of it."
WRONG HERE You are In the '
office, but you cannot change the amount or begin payroll payment car 'ipproaehini' 'the Intwictlnn. Aside The group returned to NAS Sun "
again In 2968.Undesignatedl. following is a report of from, the cars parked along the tight curb, day night. ., ,Apr
contributions are.divided among each of the cam- motor vehicle accidents and traffic then' art no other can on either street ....1'i,
paign organizations on a ratio which has been worked out on the basisof violationsfor, the period Sept- and you have the right-of-way. Should you i i
ahead and make turn!
their receipts from federal personnel in this area. If you wantto ember 19 2S. to a right !
Needed
designate a special, amount for any of the agencies participating Number ofjAccidents" Soap
(in these organizations, write the name and the/amount in the space This Week ,. - -6 RI1I I IR

provided on the pledge form and your designation will be honored.As Total Accidents this year through In VietnamOfficials
President Johnson has said, "By your participation in this September 25 - -275 I
year's Combined Federal Campaign you will be continuing the proud Number of Accidents through I
tradition of responsible citizenship which has always characterizedthose September 1966 - 268 of the Marine Corps
who serve in the United States Government." Total number of days since last i Civic Action program In Viet-

injury in a motor vehicle accident .1 nam recently announced their
Car Owners Bear -----------8 : need for soap, toothbrushes and
Number of Violations I toothpaste.
This Week - - 44 I I 1 Il:l These items have normally
Speeding - - -8 been provided to the Civic Act-
Heavy ResponsibilitySpeeding Other Violations - -36 ion program through civilian
Twenty Four drivers appeared ; t donations. But because they are-
before the Traffic Hearing I in short supply, the III Marine
along a gravel road, a motorist drove over a little Board at the meeting held on I Amphibious Force has been purchasing -
pile of loose stones. One of the stones squirted sideways, crashed Tuesday. Disposition of thecases -, LJ I them on the local market -
through the windshield of an oncoming car, and injured the other Included the following: Eight Ir r utilizing the Free World
driver. lostdriving and parking privileges Military Assistance Force Civic
After litigation, the first motorist was held liable for the mis- aboard station for various periods Action Fum.Donations.
hap. The court said that, in ,view of his speed and the conditionof ; Five were assigned to t of'soap, toothbrushes -
the road, he should have forseen the likelihood of hurling "shrap- complete an eight hour coursein '- and toothpaste can be
nel" from his tires. remedial driving at NATTC; HERE'S WHAT'S WRONG: 81for..ou donor directly to
start turnlne. check closely to make sure
The case illustrates; an important? principle: A motorist must be Four received: suspensions; that car parked near the Intersection the Commanding General,III Marine -
alert not only to, the general danger of collisions but also to the Eight were given warnings; won't pull out just as you turn. Look for a Amphibious Force, FPO San
special dangers that arise from the speed, weight, and make up Three was dismissed; Twenty driver behind Its wheel watch for exhaust Francisco 96602. Or they can be
of the car. Nine were fined ( U. S. Com- and movement of the front wheel. And bt mailed or delivered to any pro-

Here is how legal liability resulted when a car became: missioner); and Four referredto particularly sllliersat Intersections wary of busts when taking yen on plan pas... ject HANDCLASP coordinator,
1)) A Booby Trap -- A man left his old jalopy, with gasoline commanding officers for possible to turn rightDistributed with equipment marked "For CG
.still in the tank, on a vacant lot where children often played. One disciplinary action.Seven- III MAF."
day a boy clashed two rocks together near the opening of the tank, teen drivers were assessed 51 Traffic Accident In .Interest Prevention of by
causing a spark that set off an explosion. For the resulting injuryto points. Broward Williams Letters
the boy, the car owner had to pay damages. StateTreasurer Commissioner& Insurance SoughtFreedoms

2)) A Battering Ram -- A man parked his automobile on a slope,
pulling his brakes only half tight. In his absense the car began Foundation at Valley
rolling downhill, and finally crashed through the plate glass windowof J. Forge, Pa., is asking for more

a store. Here too the motorist was held responsible. J AX AIR IMEWS letters Heritage on the, subject Responsibility'"FreedomMy -

3)) A Bone Crusher -- Picking a neighbor's small
up son, a in their annual letter writing program -
motorist slammed the door shut without warning -- and without r for servicemen.Deadline is
giving the child enough time to get his hand out of the door's way. The J AX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Ertterp'rise ?ewspaplr November 1. t :,
Result: Broken bones, and legal liability imposed on the motorist. distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, Detailed Information can be obtained -
Jacksonville, Florida by the Molt Publishing from information
Company, your office -
4)) A Heart Stopper -- Rounding a corner, a man drove straightat
a private firm All Copy submitted for use in the JAX or by writing to the Awards
a woman pedestrian crossing the street. Although he did be
manageto AIR NEWS must forwarded to the Public Affairs Of Administration
Freedoms
stop just in time, the woman fell down in sheer panic, suffering fice, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 10-00 noon on Monday Foundation :;
painful injuries. Again, liability for the motorist. As one judge before publication. News !items are welcomed from all 19481. Valley Forge, Pa.,
warned, in describing the rights of the pedestrian: sources Telephone 772 Jllfl'or 3119.

"His right of way is not to be measured in fractions of an inch Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and quer 'ogex $OttIt
nor tested by split seconds. He is entitled not to just as much ies concerning such should be directed to:

space as his body, clothes and buttons require, but to as much as The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
will afford him a safe passage. The pedestrian's heart, as well a. Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755.
his body, should be free from attack." 1 f

In short, today's automobile can play many roles In inflicting
VOL. 25 NO. 26 SEPTEMBER 28, 1967
harm. The car owner bears a responsibility that is not only heavy

but diversified as well. It is the law's way of facing up to the less -'J.1WiI; I'
pleasant realities of the automobile age. CODESPage -
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StationSquadron' Newsmakers Attack -44 Gets


Safety AwardThe :
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t L" 1 1oj Chief of Naval Operations
Aviation Safety Award for
FY 1967 was presented to Com-
mander J.W. Roberts,commanding -
officer Attack Squadron Forty
Four, by Commander Fleet Air Mt
Jacksonville, Admiral H.H.Caldwell '

U.S.N. at Inspection cere-
monies held at NAS Cecil Fieldon .I
September IS, 1967. :
In achieving this award Attack
Squadron Forty Four trained 155
w JtlRbM SA light jet attack aviators whose
backgrounds extended over a wide
,
, i u range of naval aviation experience -

from the newlycom- i
t. ..:\ missioned Ensigns to prospectiveAir ;,

Seabees and Civil Engineers demonstrate activities at Cecil Field Wing Commanders. The
squadron flew in excess of 25,000 Ce/r./ Roberts and Trophy i

Cecil Field Seabees 'CAN DO'The hours and made nearly 3,000 CNO Safety Award "is a direct l'.fi''
shipboard arrested landings 872 result of a vigorous maintenance
Cecil detachment of the Navy's SeaBees are taken for granted by many Cecil personnel but wereit of which were conducted at night. safety program resulting from :J
not for them, there might be no transportation, no equipment sheds, and no fishing ponds. Commander Roberts has noted the extra effort put forth by each '
The SeaBees, a part of the Public Works department, areunder the command of Warrant Officer that the selection of Attack Sauad- and every member of the proud
Norman R. Martin. There are 24 men and four construction engineer officers, They operate the sta ron Forty Four as winner of the Hornets."

tion's taxi service, maintain and repair transportation and construction equipment, and build sheds,
lay floors, and oversee the physical growth of Cecil Field. One of the latest projects is a forestry equip- CAREER OPPORTUNITIESFOR
ment shelter. Another is a new patio for the golf shack.

SeaBees do the jobs which otherwise might not get done. They live up their motto: "Can do." ... QUALIFIED COLLEGE GRADUATES. ..

VA-44 WITH DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP'' ABILITY
t men.a re ADJC C. S. Potter ((4th) Crusader ReportThe
f. Ten men from VA-44 have AMS1 G. R. Rose ((2nd), ADJ1S.
been advanced from the Februaryexams. D. Harris ((1st) AMS2 C. first F 8H remanu- Career opportunities in line management,
They are AMEC R. D. W. Roberts ( 1st), AE2 R. A. factured Crusader has been delivered / staff or technical positions :,
Fluaitt, TD1 D.C.Anthony,AMS2F. Sheeter ((1st and A02 R. T. to the Navy under an in the Home Office of a major insurance company i
T. Harper, ADJ3 D. F.Barry, Smith ((1st). accelerated program for "mod
AZ3 J. L. Burk, ADJ3 S.B. Paul- VA-172 ernizing" 225 F 8D and F 8E Starting salary for Bachelor's Degree- $7314 per year,
ey, ADJ3 G. L. Rackley, PK3R. Lt. Tim Cook has scored his aircraft to Improve their capa- higher for Master's Degree
A. Lyons, and PR2 H. J. Mc- 200th arrested landing become bilities and extend their service
Gruther, and PR3 D. A. Tabor. life with the Fleet until the mid1970's. -
a Double Centurion for VA172..
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Also excellent opportunities in Group Insurance Sales & Service
VA-45 He is a Vietnam veteran holdingthe
The have The initial F 811 formerly \
following persons Distinguished Flying Cross For more information,
I" been promoted in VA 45: ADR2 and several air medals.VA designated as an F 8D, was call Mr. Lav Mr. Weaver
or
Totor PRl Robert L. flown to the Naval Air Test Cen- fry
Jimmy 172 is deployed with the
Raveneau, AME2 James E. Mc- Sixth Fleet on board the USS ter, Patuxent River, Maryland, 398-8711, Personnel Dept., 8:30.4:30: : Mon. thru Fri. ,
4 ADJ3 John H. Edwards for test and checkingout II
Colskey, Franklin D. Roosevelt. programs
and SD3 Juanito Gamoras. Weapons of new features incorporatedin An Equal Opportunity Employer

******* GMT2 LawrenceJ.Mayo of Cecil the plane.

Three VA-45 officers have received Field's Weapons Department !
medals for actions whilein shipped over for 4 years last
combat in Vietnam. Lt. week In ceremonies. conducted by
Charles E. Dehnert was awardedthe Captain U. L. Fretwell, Com \ ,
Distinguished Flying Cross mandlng Officer'' W NAS Cecil i, \ YOU'RE A-OK'
for extraordinary acheivement Field. ,
while serving with VA-52 aboard Mayo Is a "native of Holyoke, WHEN YOU, HAVE

the Ticonderoga. Lt.Dehnert Massachusetts and Is,married to AN ACCOUNT WITH
flew a search and rescue mission, the former Miss Elaine Bessetteof i ix
j for a downed pilot in North Viet Aldenville, Mass. The couple ..Y..<;. WESTSIDE ATLANTIC /I

nam on April 2, 1967. He also has 2 children, Lisa'and Laura.
received a silver star and a gold Burba
1st to New Jersey
star In lieu of his 14th, 15, and ,
16th air medals. QM2 John C.Burba of the Operations -

Lcdr. Augustine J. Smith received Dept. is the first Cecil tt{ "
the Navy Commendationmedal Field sailor to be ordered to .
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for meritorious service as the USS New Jersey, first battle- ,
Aircraft Maintenance Officer a- ship to be returned from the
board the USS Roosevelt from mothball fleet. The ship will .,.: :<

April 10,' 1966 to Dec. 27, 1966. be home-ported at Long Beach, \ O

The Navy Unit Commendationwas California. .'
awarded to Lt. Fred H. Burba, a native of Wilkes- j
Freckman for his service aboard bourgh, Penn., has been at Cecil ) "

the USS Coral Sea in theVietnam since March, 1966. He has pre- :.

area. He also received a gold viously served aboard the USS "....
star In lelu of his 15th air medal. Bastion (DD 507)), USS San Mar- >
VA-86 cos (LSD 25)) and the USS Con- '11;,
t
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DD He the t.s. t.; :
way ( 507) was on : *
H.Woods reenlisted -
AZ1 Robert
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the Cuban crisiwhen' 1. : \ "
Conway during -hJ: 3"U \J.
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VA '86 with
Sept. 18, aboard \ ,..
the two j
Russ executive officer ship Intercepted .. f"
Cdr. J. E. .,
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officiating. Woods has been merchantmen and escorted one / 'J .N0-_ .. .
submarine for three Po I '
foreign days,
with VA 86 since June, 1966. \0
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until the sub was safely clear of
in maintenance
He is an anaylist
the blockaded area.
control.
Burba wants to "be on the
VA-174
only battleship in the whole-
Seven "Hellrazors" have re -
Navy." He has been aboard the t I ,
ceived good conduct medals.They
New Jersey "just looking but I
represent a combined 52 years of
never thought I would serve on
service without a report. The
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I N By Tom! : Behind The SceneAE1 Worthless Necessitate Check Strong Violations ActionDad I



check, violations continueto the Navy, an inactive duty
Louis A. Caron simply iety of factors: time limit, use administrative responsibilities* rise throughout the country, member of the reserve ormemb-
answered "Yeah" when asked if of training aids, organization of Caron has taught at NATTC for and whether the Incidence of er of the Fleet Reserve, this
he was nervous. On September Ideas, delivery, questioning three and a half years. He says worthless"checks Is increasing report will be made to the com-
21 the AE/B School instructorwas technique and others. that teaching presents no particular decreasing In the Navy, It Is mandant of the naval district in
selected "NATTC Instructor problems, that it "comes harmful to the service reputationand which the member or sponsor
of the Year" by a panel of naturally." When he retires in when done knowingly, Is dis resides. .
five judges. The panel included seven years, he wants to continue honest. Commanding: officers of active
three Navy officers and two local teaching. He has two years of Several of the more common duty personnel are to determine
\ university and college officials college credits" is'majoringin violations are writing checks on the circumstances of the report
\ whose specialities are education. math, and wiU. "probably teach an account, where through negligence and' take appropiateaction.!
f The competition is part of the, electonics." the balance Is too low to This action may Include disci-
annual "Schoolmaster of the Caron received a $75 U. S. cover the check; when sufficient pline under the Uniform Code of
Year" contest co sponsoredby Savings Bond, and will receivea funds are not on deposit, but will Military Justice ,and/or notationof
Chief of Naval Air Technical paid trip to Memphis for the be deposited in time to cover the the conduct on performance
Training and the Memphis Council final contest. check; and on an account that is evaluation o'r fitness reports and
of the Navy League. After He competed here against either nonexistent or closed. filing of report In a n official
area selection, the winner competes three others. The first runner- Rather than resort to time record. Writing a check with in-
In the final competitionheld up was AE1 John M. Fiery,Jr., consuming check verification intent to defraud Is a felonyand
In Memphis, Tenn., October and second;l runnerup was AE1 procedures as a method of pro- carries a maximum punish-
26-27. Kyle W. Cook. tection, theNavy would have com ment of dishonorable discharge,
Both area and final contests ******** manding officer's place greater five years confinement and total
\ are similar in selection proce- Mrs. Ellen H. Bethea received reliance in the reporting pro forfeiture of pay.
dures. The contestant must pre- a commendation and a cer- cedures and effective command In the event inactive reserve
pare a 15 minute lesson on any tificate of recognition of service action. personnel write worthless checks
subject within his dally teaching from Capt. R. P. Kline on Sept- According to guidelines established while enjoying the privileges of
schedule. He must then give a CARON ember 12. The occasion was the by a new instruction, military facilities, they shall be
'1 five minute' Impromptu lesson Caron gave an introduction completion of 15 years' as a civil worthless checks returned to naval reported to the commanding officer -
on''a subject,selected by the jud- gyroscopes as his 15 minute service employee. Mrs. Bethea facilities as the exchangeand of the Installation. He in
ges. During his presentationsthe lesson. For the impromptu lesson came to NATTC in February commissary should be- reported return will make a report of the
instructor is fudged on a varI he was asked to speak of 1965. within five days to the matter to the commandant of
,I commanding officer of the drawer the naval, district In which the
or the commanding officerof reserve member resides for appropriate -
I THE BEST PLACE JN TOWN JO BUY T/ffES/ the military sponsor of a civilian action. Criminal act-
dependent drawer. In the ions shall be reported to the U.
case of a retired member ofMeritorious S. Attorney for prosecution.


CR SWIE fE! i}; Disease Control Mast ChiefA Given I




HOME OF THE FAMOUS UNIRQYAL TIGER PAWS # The rain tire meritorious mast has been tlon of applicable control mea
awarded to HMCJames L.Brady, sures, and satisfaction of the
: WET OR DRY... THIS IS THE ANSWER! leading chief of the Disease Vector command concerned. These ac-

Control Center. ,
The mast was presented to him > .r R
by Capt. L. W.Teller,commandIng -

Ib2 [S'O' tjIf ceremonies officer'held of recently.the center. In

Unirl'' Captain Teller said,"Thismast
is td recognize your continuous,
it's sure-footed on a wet road, valuable contributions to the suc- r
c'' DEL imagine the control you'll have ori BATTERY same time you have proved an
ALL THESE SIZES outstanding level of leadership." .
pllawance He continued by' saying, ai
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s For lour "Throughout your assignmentwith /.nf I
,
Old Batten LESS the disease vector control f V'> :
!; f '
center, you have been assigneda .
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$2000THAN :; ;
broad of (
range military pest J tb:.,. .;{.;..t-;
problems. These necessitated I J< """ < "1\n"' '''
appraisals of situations selec- CHIEF BRADY


us."oya COII'TARAN1'EE,,a=: fd eu Z TNe $1 6 95 $1795 1 $1895 $1695 FOR YOUR NEEDS BOATING.. promptly roughly complishments,professional tactfully were and manner.in made a tho-"

UN\ th\'ITE 600-13 650-13 7co.13 645-14/600-14/
Act 10 Tm', or Mile blowouts.Guars' ago Tubeless Black Tubeless Black Tubeless Black Tubeless Black Inlet

tuts', .abuse''::::,.a nqa nd. na red tonaequenaet;etc r.pet or 1 $1895 1 $1995 S 1795 S1 1895ure. Marina

damage: a allO'lllal\ce based bn I ImpNO 695-14/650.14/ 735.141735-15/ 560.15 685.15/600-1S/ Si4Avt liA
purchase
remall\ll\Q; al trend then on turent U 9. Tubeless Black Tubeless Black Tubeless Black Tubeless Black SALES ni SERVICE
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I'III,uslmenl; Aast prICe ALL PRICES PLUS FEDERAL EXCISE TAX AS SHOWN r. SMOOTH TIRE l1fF YOUR CAR

M 6501' 1 56 f 6600 6.15-14-- .1.11. 110500/)35-14,/) 1:86: 15600 8515 .110(165015 1.84let. 184 Mercury and APARCONVENIENTLY TS

MerCruiserREPAIR

NO LIMIT ON TIME! NO LIMIT ON MILEAGE FOR THESE TIRES! LOCATED
NEAR BOTH BASES
I COAST-TO-COAST AGAINST ROAD HAZARDS-
GUARANTEED Only Mfn. to Cecil & HAS

Guaranteed against biowoutscutsandimpact breaks ( ?,;; ; ;' .

71 UNITS
.,. Yw Ivy Tins Sat Ovr FRONT'" ENd 1,2 & 3

> i ALIGNMENTSPECIAL BEDROOM APARTMENTS.

RECAPSUNIROYAL
ALL APTS HAVE:

; WALL-TO-WALL
PREMIUM X190 RUBBER CARPETS
$
50 DRAPES
RECAPS 6American CENTRAL AIR ft HEAT
.UTILITY ROOM

4 for $49' and Correct Camber Caster ; PORCH 9

Swimming/ / Pool d Complete/
Guaranteed NEW! Look like NEW-Run like NEW Torsion Adjustment Cars Only Check Steering L.Jry) Feciliti.s
PRICE INCLUDES FED. EXCISE TAX $2.00 Extra Adjust Toe-in
Near 5cn..//s Both P'vetenJ '
AND WHEEL BALANCE PLUS EXCHANGE S Peroch/al

Guaranteed Round and to Balance WIDE TREAD RECAPS & Shopping Center
Guaranteed Satisfaction or your Money Back .
If you want your preaent tires recapped we PREMIUM! 5 Each EXPERT 6756 103rd STREET
will loan you 1 or 4 tires while we do this. UNIROYAL I $17] Plus
One day service. X-190 Exchange SHOP PHONE 771844

Hwy 17 Orange Park RESIDENT
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DOWNTOWN Ph. 264-9835 D. W. Priest
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I Civil Service News 1 r Hire the Handicapped f.



WeekToBe ObservedBy

Present Promotion Sidney Hills

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It Is the policy of the federal ((1)- ) Handicapped workers per-

Opportunities Listed government to provide equal form as well as, or better than
opportunity for employment able-bodied workers inbothquality -
without discrimination to the and quantity work produced.
The merit promotion op bulletin are shown handicapped in all positions In ((2)) They have a lower rate ofturnover
listed below are cur- MPB No. 72 67 Plan D-
portunities which they can perform the duties -- and as every
.
rently open for receipt of appli- grade levels GS 4 and below: (efficiently and safely. It i Is also employer knows this means significant i
cations. The area of consideration MPB No. 79 67 Plan C All ithe policy of the government to measurable cash savings -
date of each semi skilled level "'
and closing positions pay I provide employment opportunities ; ;
7 and below: MPB No. 83 r 67 to the mentally restored and ((3) Handicapped workers have '
Plan B All skilled positions pay mentally retarded. fewer lost time accidents although -
level 8 and above. Area of In this connection it has been their accident-frequency

consideration: NAS NARF, \ the practice for the past 22 years rate is slightly higher; and t
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Navy to observe National Employ the ((4)) Their absentee records
Commissary Stores Jacksonville Handicapped Week. The year compare favorable with those of
Fla. Applications will be 1967 is no exception. The 23rd nonhandicapped.The .
accepted at any time. A separate Mrs. Hester receives 20 year National Employ the HandicappedWeek Jax area naval activitieswill j.j.the
JCitigsleyMOTORS applications Form 57 must be pin from Cdr. Billie Mitchell. will be observed ne.:week. continue to provide employ-
filed for each position in which Among the civilians employedby ment opportunities for the handicapped -
Performance
interested. Superior the Navy In this area 298 are not just during National
MPB No. 140 67 Editorial handicapped. Each of these em- Employ the Handicapped Week
Award Won Civilian
Clerk GS 5. Area of con by ployees carries his share of the but for the other 51 weeks in the

sideration: nationwide. Appli- A sustained superior per- load, some performing duties year.
cations will be accepted through formance award was presented to that have been tailored to fit ii i
2 MILES SOUTH OF NAS the close of business today. Mrs. Helen N. Hester account- his particular handicapswhileothers i

JAX IN ORANGE PARK MPB No. 143 67 Traffic ing technician, in recognition of are performing the same Ken.'s:
Manager, GS 11. Area of con- the'high' level of efficiency which duties as non-handicapped em- 'J
sideration: nationwide. Appli has marked her Work. ployees.In WELDING & RADIATOR '

SALE! cations will be accepted through Mrs. Hester Is supervisor of performing their dally tasks, ::. %_ I'ii.'fi.' ; m: .;.4
the close of business October 2. the Non Appropriated Fund these employees have proved beyond Winterizing Special
We always invite you MPB No. 144 67 Aircraft section Appropriation Account- a doubt that where there is 4

to shop us for real clean Quality Control Specialists GS9. ing Brandt, and Is responsiblefor ability to do the job, the disa- "Protect Your Cooling/
Area of consideration: NAS the maintenance of commer- bility becomes totally irrevelant. System" l
cars, honestly -
represented NARF, NARTU, COMFAIRJAX cial accounting systems and the In short, employers have learned Cooling/ Inspected
and fairly priced! system 1
Navy Commissary Stores, Jacksonville -
of financial
preparation statements from solid evidence that: '
& flushed plus ((1)) gal
one
Applications will be of the ,
covering operation
62 FIAT SPYDER Sport
Anti Freeze
the close of permanent -
through
accepted fund activities. ,
Roadster. Red with black
business today. Mrs. Hester also received a20 Venetia $4.95 $
interior. Priced to sell!!
MPB No. 145 67 Lithogra-
year pin In a recent ceremony. Also/ Oil Change and
Pressman, $3.30 $3.44 :
phic ((Q Terrace
63 FALCON FUTURA $3.58 per hour. Area of con >IMMFR WATER PORTS.. Lube Special
2DR, HT, Bronze beauty sideration: nationwide. Appli- _. BAPTIST CHURCHKINDERGARTEN H.D. or Non D $1)25

original inside and out. cations will be accepted throughthe .
Automotive
Radio, heater, automatic. close of business Oct. 18. 1... $15mo : Complete :.

. . . .$795 MPB No. 147 67 Aero Space ? DAY CARE CENTER ii: Repairs <:
Engineering Technician (Draft- / t.2L Shop and Portable ;::. '
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12.50 WEEK5284118th
62 RAMBLER, Automatic ing), GS 9. Area of con- H Welding ,

PB, PS, AC, small sideration COMFAIRJAX: NAS, Navy NI\RF Commis-.NARTU. .. y St. .: 771-3821 264-6127!:

V/8, radio, heater. Perfect 9P yy i :' ? \
sary Stores',Jacksonville. Applications Transportation Available771.75l4,7718111,771 ; 6314 BLANDIHG,BLVD.
for+the wife.''EXTRA will be accepted throughthe stAN 9E'6XfREME6Y AH II -3378 .' '(across from! :Relaford'!)]
9 SPECIAL. e . .$475 close of business October 2.
MPB No. 148 ,:. 67 Budget t
64 FORD FAIRLANE Analyst, GS 7; MPB No. 149- "
500 2 Dr. Hardtop. Fact- 67 Management Analyst GS-11 .- >" : t,:. :*t .;: .." .. .
tory 4 speed V 8, Rad MPB No. 150 67 Inventory Management .

io and Heater. Perfect Assistant, GS 7; and : .
condition. XXX Special MPB No. 151 67 Transportation 'r""joo.;' I ).,. ...
'
. . .$995 Loss & Danage Claims Examiner .
GS 6. Area of con-
63 CHEV. WAGON. A real NASNARF.NARTU,
sideration: .
clean, solid ear. Radio, heater : '<,. "
automatic. Runs and drives COMFAIRJAX Navy Commis ,
as good as a 67 model. sary Stores, Jacksonville.Appli- .' .
cations will be accepted throughthe t
63 CHEVY II 4 DR. Automatic close of business Oct. 4.
Radio. Heater. Clean as a pin. .Y. r 1 )
New Tires. See this one. 195. '
MPB No. 152 67 SupervisoryAccounting :
Down. Cash or Trade $34. a : ;
mo. Technician GS 7. \.
Area of consideration: NAS, :

60 Falcon. Real Clean 2nd NARF, NARTU COMFAIRJAX, I ,I
Car. Just. . .$395 .. Navy Commissary Stores Jack- 4' s r

WHEELS: sonville. Applications will be ',.., .:",4 ," < ' Good old transportation cars accepted through the close of .
to get you there and get you business Oct. 5.Ail ? "
ekeI'. : M ..
60 udeb 1
backs 59 Ford'lt' '. r
S ,
Chevrolet. $145.'each, take '?'
59 b f.' t t't.
ferf for the above :: li ,
pick. 'applicants .
your c'....''., ,f '.,., '
positions must be career or car- '
WE CAN NOW FINANCE > ,
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conditional employees of 'K--.F R'l.f wmMBllll-R M V yA Y' J :::
eer mw
MARRIED E 3's. ( :. : L__ : \ ...pr
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the federal government. Appll : .
cations should; be filed with IRD, ) '.
264-4525
Call ,
NAS, Jacksonville, Fla. 32212. :

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Hamburger ...........15$
It's been replaced.. '.
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Shake.....................15$ \ -.',: -.
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For the 19th consecutive year, we've replaced have built-in headre tjJ '
a l French Fries ..........22C' :." the bug.With another bug. The windshield wipers are"much 'more efficient. y
... '. **:, To those of-you who were expecting something (They're larger +** I
4 .'fancier, sorry. (The '68 looks just; like the '67 Even the shifting Is easier,..(We put a decal on
52* crossed out above.! the window'to show you how")
All for To those of you who now own a Volkswagen, All In bit,we feel that' the 36 nice little'changeson 1
congratulations. (Once again your model has not' this years Volkswagen make It the best ever.
.,- A lean.Jmcv hamburger. gone out of style.) Of course, every year we build the "perfect"
cooked over o. en(lames To those of you who've been thinking about Volkswagen.
A heaping. bagful of buying a new ono,nice thinking. And then we do a masterful' job of proving ourselves -
crisp golden trench fryet. The front seats are more, comfortable. (IThey wrong.
'A rich. lull-flavored shake
e' That a real' Triple Treat!

HAMBURGERS 103rd at Blending Blvd. t

Home .l hasA.rarr,h.. ." .rW.. gr.......lon WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN, INC..

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:-i'.. NfOHa-ndles Multi-Million Dollar RollADMINISTRATIVE .
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: ,' S J ''''' Pay __ S? ..

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5'' Handling a multi-million dollar pay roll, the Navy Finance
Office here services more than 21,000, military and civilian per-
S S S. sonnel at four Navy stations and 195 military recruiters In south [.
r5 .5 Georgia and Florida.
The finance office, under the direction of LCdr. G.H. Young
,S S is manned b by)' 39 enlisted personnel, two officers and 41 civil
SS S S
k S' service workers.
The office handles an average of 5,000, travel claims and 300
transient personnel each month. NFO takes pride in Insuring a
less than 30 minute wait for payments) of travel claims.
: SS SS' 55S r More than 1,900, allotments are processed each month at NFO. I jfl1
S S An average of 15,000, savings bonds and freedom shares are issued ,
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to military and civilians each! month. Last month more than : I
f 17,000, bonds and shares were Issued. \I
S The finance office maintains branch offices at Mayport, Orlando I II
S Cecil Field and the Naval Hospital.In .
SSc addition to maintaining all pay records of J Sax stationed per- S :'
sonnel, the main NFO maintains pay records for Cecil Field personnel : .::5

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All of the branch offices, with the exception of Orlando, receive ..
their checks L DIVISIONKathy Allen is NFO's' phone director.She disburses pay its own pay checks. processesand BRANCH .- DKI M. Rioux discusses the pay record of one of the _
S handles all incoming calls. Seaman Cathy Beard insures that all allotment -S Disbursing clerks are billeted at the Naval Air Technical Train- transient personnel checking through the MPO branch of NFO. DKI I Rioux

!S I Ij files are in order. ing Center, and Military Personnel Office here. handles more than 200 transient and discipline pay records. i
S SI The NATTC clerk handles all NATTC receipts,students and ship's' 1
j: I company. The MPO.clerk maintains pay records of personnel under II !:! ', 1t
t
-:-- discipline.NFO ____ 1
L is broken down Into four divisions Including the adminis- \
I trative division, military pay record division, public voucher :
division and fiscal division. !
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The pay record division Is again broken down Into sections} -- r :

..: ;: :' 1:1: each departments.maintain, pay records of personnel in the different station r: I

In the preparation of pay checks, the pay record and fiscal div I
ision are the only two Involved.A .
I, S I IPUBLIC disbursing clerk in the record section computes the basic I- I
pay, adding and subtraction tax, allotments and other necessities.The MANNING LEVELSMrs.. lola Miller NFO executive assistant .
computed total is sent to the fiscal division were the checksare '
discusses manning levels of N NFO branch offices with
printed. Completed checks are then returned to the clerk for
varification of the amount. After all pay checks are found to be LCdr. G.H. Young, and Lt.jg( ) Paula L. McWhorter, NFO division
COMPTROLLEROFFICES' Beginning of the multi-million$ correct, they are ready for distribution to personnel. officer.
dollar payroll operations. NFO has representitives that travel to various branch offices to
give talks and furnish technical assistance to clerks and military
personnel."We .
want NFO to be known as the best, says Commander 1
VOUCHER DIVISION LCdr. B. E.. McCabe waits as Doris Young, and NFO personnel strive to make the Jax Finance Office CHECKING IN DK3 'Terry Hosley checks the pay records of three

BIG CHIEF McAninch quickly figures his travel pay for his transfer to CINCLANTNorfolk. the best." check-ins, to insure that all information is correct and up to date. **Alitf Tfte P/ympirtft/ Win I

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Walter Nolan
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Lou Weber NormandySPEED : You Many

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COMPLETE I LINE OF I II MAG WHEELS
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FISCAL DIVISION-Dorthory Sterling operates the check print- S ---- S.:

RACING I SLICKSCHROME I PIPES machine, which turns out thousands of checks each month. VLt CASHIER -- James Payne, Jr., cashes one of the thousandsof p pa

special pay requests handled at the "cashier booth" at I
TACHOMETERS FLOOR I SHIFTS t ____r S NFO each month. p'C.

.I.. I S S S 0 I S S S S S S S 0 S S I S SS S S S S I S S S Si.STRAVEL a I'I

S NO DOWN PAYMENT lob's Oak Hill ,; _, "- HEADQUARTERS FOR: S
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Finance From Seaman To Admiral ., .. -- j
'We Everyone" i$ .y l" .. '
Pure Service CenterOpen ""'i".4-" ; '::1J :1-"J..I.....1.: .RAND R PROGRAM MILITARY FARES
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;., .., .:;,;{. .1'4" k< .DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONALAIR 'to
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OF 4 TIRES
WITH PURCHASE
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for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.. ,<.:' ,< :f'Ji'J
HOTEL RESERVATIONS
STEAMSHIP TICKETS
AND
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FREE. I FREE I FREE >t.-),.; f"\\-"\: ,, 4jt" : ''I
\ "" CRUISES 9 TOURS WE HAVE a A e ,
I road. service. ,pick .up, & .delivery. .- _: ,: S [ S ':
Wheel 725-3733J 1 0
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I Wheel I Brake .1 I I
Mechanic. .. o on duty 'American. .. I Foreign (Cars MILITARY PAY DIVISION .- DKC C/Abernathy. shows Mrs. John Mullins S LARGE' 'l1'f

: Balance | Argument \ AdjvstMenlBLK some specific pay record information for filling out pay record forms. cosmopolitan S 1 SELECTION I ''f

771 1 9156 103rd & Jammes Road I !
tnavel s S6RV1C6.NC. .j
RECAPS
7 75 x 15'' 7.75 14" Jacksonville, Florida JAX S GREATEST

13 x 14 THE Story: FURNITURE -,S S S S S 122 S S S REGENCY S 1 5-5 S S S S SQUARE S S S I S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S SI ROAD RUNNER
I $ I IS Mercurio t(
795Pfus
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FHt. 40' I P/us/ >. T. *J 681 P/ws/ .1.52 20 0 k1UiI.IcJ.IIIQtI!X! !llll NORMANDY* 7839 1JIjM.ROCJan.TERRACE. /WHOLESALEPftlCE 'Would. You Give' Your Y .. FOR IMMEDIATE a DELIVERY .

WSW Add $$2.00 Alt other Low : ; :: : TO EVERYONEPAY .
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Life ?
BLVD. For Your
:'"::0 LJlL .. p ,; SAN JUAN Photos byJudy Family !

ENGINE OVERHAUL (Parts tltral) 49tJ5Up" ) !) at NIBLICK _________ ,
REBUILD BALL JOINTS! ( ( labor) lS.9SuP t .>>. j 781-3322 ";t;:. ..tki # V s NOBODY: UNDERSELLS I
b; labor <= :>>:& Andersen SURE YOU WOULD. .
SHOCKS FRONT OR REAR (pts.' t' ) 12.9SuP I b' 2 BedroomsGarden d : .

BALL BRAKE JOINTS SHOES REPLACED Any U. S. Car) (pts.(pts.f, (r.labor V labor) ) 19.9SuP 10.QSup) Call. and.. let us s arrange.. ,your 'party with Type Country Apartments Club 99 Then why not insure it for them CLA 4 YfON 0 0A REVELSn

SCIENTIFIC ENGINE TUNE[ UP ( labor) 4 95UPp atmosphere XIN0AYTIL/ and their Financial Security..

BIG p p CHIEF TIRE p pp Co.I II4y aWTUESTHRUSAT.\\ 9 til ?11? Kitchens Individual Ranges equipped Air 6 Refrigerators Conditioning with G-E. 1.S' tp.v.SURPLUS,.. iwj* CONTACT: f1! iwm: S ..u.H;' j S CLAYTON A REVELS, -.

Sing-A-Long Fri Sat and Heating by (G; E .jfe.. I A.L. Aleywine., USH-Ret. RepresentativeTHE ,
389. -. 0388 389 6326 S 246 4825V Drapes Furnished W GQQDS_ CHRYSiER-PtYMQUTH S S $ INC
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE CO.
HAPPY HOUR... Wall to Wall Carpeting and ;;
I .9 I .0. .0..0..f.fg .. DISCOUNT p I I.L. STOREMPO i.
Large Swimming Pool
PHONE BUS: 353.7459 or RES: 384-4732
toss Irui.i. 4 6 PM and 8:30: lOAM _PHONE 384,' 4406 .L.'; 704 GILMORE _STREET JACKSONVILLE P.O. BOX 2787 GREEN, COVE I SPRIHGSJIA. phone, 764, 2417r ..-.. ,,
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CNO Issues New Instruction/ ,

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Outlining Policy for HousingThe


Chief of Naval Operationshas Every effort Is being made to and bedroom requirement.
issued a new instructionout- insure that a man can assess Eligible enlisted personnel arepetty
lining policies and criteria for his prospects of assignmentto officers in pay grades E5
determining the eligibility of Navy quarters prior to or through E 9 and petty officersin
personnel for occupying Navy upon reporting to a new home- pay grade E 4 with over
family housing and establishing port or duty station. four years of service.
assignment priorities. The Chief of Naval Operationshas Personnel in pay grade E 4
According to the instruction, the authority to designateand with less than four years of ser-
the influence of family housingon assign quarters for flag vice will not be assigned quar-
morale and retention Is well officers and commanding dm cers ters unless the housing require- "
recognized and the supply of at major shore installations.The ment for all senior personnel of
Navy family housing Is a major Area Coordinator (AC), all military services in the area, .
problem. district commandant or naval and for families of eligible per- ,.. I
To increase the morale bene- force commander has the responsibility sonnel on unaccompanied tours of _
fits of existing homes, every .to assign and designate duty have been satisfied. Ex- lit
Navyman must be able to feel quarters other than flag ceptions may be made where valet ;,,
that he has been treated fairlyin and command quarters. severe hardships are involved,
relation to his contemporiesin The AC may in turn delegatethis or where it is otherwise con ADVANCED AKI I William E. Dickerson, a NARTU Weekend -
his obtain Housing Au- sidered in 'the best interest of
opportunity to authority to a
his div-
Warrior is congratulated his advancement by
Navy housing, states the In thority, (HA) normally a com- the government. upon
struction. manding officer of station or a ison officer Lt. James H. Lavery, in ceremonies held Sunday.
In order to effect this equit- base commander.The VAP-62 Man Dickerson scored 3.828 on the exam given in July the high "
able treatment, assignment of HA will have the res- est score made by any of the 169 reservists who took the exam.Wives' .
Navy families to available hous- ponsibility of making final assignment -
ing must be made on a Navy and setting up waiting
wide basis and all personnel, lists for assignment. DesignatedAircrewman Club ActivitiesNavy
whether assjgned afloat ashore Quarters will be assigned to
will be given,equal opportunity the various categories of eligible -
to obtain Navy housing.Discrimination personnel on a family' size Wives Club Jax #86 helda Meyer, secretary treasurer of
shall rot be and first come, first served business Meetingintheir' club- the National Scholarship Foun-
practiced.because of race,creed, basis.A house on September 20. dation will also attend the national
color or national origin. waiting list will be com A photographer's mate at Mrs. Leon Conley, president, convention and act as alternate
Plans are to centralize housing piled by grade and rank, date tached to VAP 62 was design- presided at the meeting. delegates for Jax #86.
assets for control whenever of prior detachment ( or date application ated an aircrewman in cere- Mrs. Donald Sluss was wel- Mrs. William Brown,chairman
possible is made after arrival), monies held recently. ___ __ comed as a new member. Guests of the Not-New-Shop announcedthat
rii DUO* Leroy \/t n. 1iM11l nUU 11usnatlved : : : I attending were Mesdames David the shop would be openedfor
his designation from Cdr. F. Page, James Davenport, Gary business on Thursdays from
| Roosevelt S. Coleman commanding officerof Haney and Marion F.. Devane. 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. in addition to
{ } CAR WASH the squadron. The finance committee and the the Tuesday hours.
1 Mall revisions committee met following Following the meeting refreshments -
the meeting.The were served by
OPEN MONDAY TIIRU SATURDAY 8:30 AM 5:30 PM nursery committee met Mesdames Thomas Ilalpin,
with Chaplain Sims in the Richard Helmlg, Robert Mosher
FREE CAR WASHWITH a R"K Chapel office to discuss a salary and John Treutel.
boost for nursery employees,according -
?75 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL/ to Mrs. Standly Cottrill,
PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED committee chairman. F
.,: Delegates to represent Navy Buy
SPRAWAX eNOYt ONLY 50* ..., Wives Club #j86 at the national
Y "yi5 5I convention to be held at NAS
LocofoJ'in,.Roos.v.ft Mall// Shopping ,C.nt.rioioioioioiotoio F P.atuxentRiverJv\ \ .,from. Oct. 8- Bonds
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!, Mrs. Leon Conley,chairman of
.the delegation will be accompanied -
:
0..0 by' Mesdames
; "r Barnes, Thomas J. Bennett' own amotorcycle
I Edgar Fitzsimmons, Robert
Martindale and Jay Perry. Alternates -
i i ii will be Mesdames Bill ?
Howard and Edgar Trittschuh.Mrs. .
%\ Wilbert W.Wagner,national motorscooter?
i I i ii treasurer of Navy Wives Clubsof
b WILLIAMS America and Mrs. Barney

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MOVIE? will be shown: regularly :

.'f'o at the NA? Jax Theatreat ACEY Dl'ECY CL "i'B: Hear the sounds of Dick Wilson tomorrow : : :. : : } }.{' }}:{:' '
6 and\ 8:15 p.m., Monday thru evening. Saturday evening brings on the music of the Page Five.
Saturday. There will also be .a. John Lunsford and the Eight Balls will appear Sunday evening.
matinee at 2 p.m. Saturdays Try the 1/2 lb, rib-eye steak for $1.35 featured today through Ads should be mailed. tc the Holt Publishing Company,
Sundays and holidays. The Hospital Sunday. 1950 Blinding Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida. 32210 to arrive'
Theatrewillliaveoneweeklyfeature CPO GLIB: Try the pizza special today for $.75. Hear western not l latet than Tuesday for publication the /following' Thurs
Ads too late this deadline will be
day. arriving for
publishedthe
at 7 p.m. Cecil Field music tonight by Mel Gaden. A seafood special for $1.25 is featured
following' week unless the publisher' instructed other-
will have two shows during the tomorrow evening. Dance to the music of Mark Castle. Saturday
wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
): week at 5:30 and 8 p.m. Mat- evening features the music of the Moonliters. Try the sirloin be received "WITH the copy for the ad
inees will be shown on weekends steak for $1.65 that evening. Mark Castle will appear Sunday

at 2 and 5 p.m. evening. The dinner special for Tuesday i Is fried chicken for DO NOT SEND CASH

t 28 $.95 and rib-eye' steak f forl-.35; is featured Wednesday. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . .2.00
September
THURSDAY, BLUEJACKETS INN: Hear the sounds of the Redcoats tonight P.r additional line ((4 word p.r line). . 0.50
NAS: "MAKE LIKE A THIEF": and tomorrow evening. The Sixteen's will play Saturday and Sunday
Richard Long. ((88 Mtn.[ ) afternoon.. Mark Castle makes the scene Saturday evening. Hear
HOSPITAL: "SNOW WHITE & the Muskateers Sunday evening. The Nu-Sounds provide the music -
THE SEVEN DWARFS": Color Monday evening. Swing with the Wild Flowers Tuesday. Wednesday
Min.) FOR RENT FURN. APT HOUSE FOR RENT UNFURN.
cartoon. ((91 brings on the sounds of the Sixteen's.
C. FIELD: "GREATEST STO- Monday through Friday is the "buy one --get a second one for one 2920 Dellwood. 4 rm. & Bath, 3 BR, 2 B, Air Cond., 2 story
RY EVER TOLD": Max Von Sy- penney" special. The specials are hamburgers, french fries, onion $50 mo. Phone 355 6639. bungalow with garage. 1 blk.
dow and Charlton Heston. rings and soda for this week. They will be served from 5 to 7 p.m. from Onega Elem. School $100
(192 Min.) Lunch specials for the week are: Monday hamburger steak, $.40; SINGER IN 4 DR DESK mo. EV85545.

FRIDAY, September 29 Tuesday spaghetti with meat sauce, &.65; Wednesday veal Like new, makes buttonholes,
NAS: "SUN SCORCHED": cutlet, $.65: ; Thursday grilled or breaded pork chops, &.65 and sews on buttons, fancy designs, FOR SALE- 1965 FIAT ECONomy -
Mark Stevens and Mario Adorf. Friday fish fillet ((2) $.65. They will be served from 11 a.m. to satin stitches. Bal. $43 or $5 champ @ 36 M.P.G. Good
((88 Min.) 3 p.m. mo. Free home trial. cond. Call Bill Rucker 384-1391.

HOSPITAL: "MAKE LIKE A "O" CLUB: Nickel beer Is featured today from 4:30 to 6 p.m. MORSE SEWING CENTER
THIEF": Richard Long.((88 Min.) Enjoy the beefeater's buffet from 6 to 10 p.m. Tomorrow and 1948 Blanding Blvd. 384 5821 1964 VOLVO AN OUTSTANDing -

C. FIELD: "MURDER AT Saturday is the Champagne special delux prime rib dinner for two car in good cond. Call Bill
r
45 R.P.M.": Danielle Darrieux. plus a fifth of champagne or sparkling burgandy for $9.50 per DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC Rucker 3841391. '

((107 Min.) couple., Dance to the music of Charlie Jay from 830; to 11:30 p.m. JOCKEY?? For information call:
SATURDAY September 30 features 8:30 12:30 UNFURN HOUSE CLEAN 2BR,
Saturday evening JohnnyJelinekfrom p.m.to a.m. 356 8351.
NAS: "TIlE HONEY POT": Enjoy the buffet dinner Sunday from 6 to 10 p.m. The price is $2.50 stove & refrig, Venetian blinds,
Rex Harrison and Susan Hayward. for adults and $1.50 for children. Martinis for $.20 is the specialon circulating oil heater. $65 mo.
((131 Min.) Tuesday from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Foreign dish night Is featured GUITAR LESSONSWe 5222 Baycrest Rd. Phone
HOSPITAL: "SUNSCORCH from 6 to 10 p.m. that evening. Dick McMeekin will be at the piano also sell amplifiers, elec. 389-4714.
ED": Mark Stevens and Mario Wednesday from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. Fried chicken priced at $1.74 guitars and accessories.
Adorf. ((88 Min.) for adults and $1.00 for children I Isthedinner special for Wednesday. MEEKS GUITAR STUDIO HELP WANTED: RETIRED
C. FILED: "SNOW WHITE CANDLELIGHT RESTAURANT: The revised hours of operationfor 2327 Blanding Blvd. 384-4718. steward to work In.private club.
AND THE SEVEN DWARFS" be follows 9a.m. General food beverage service.
: the Candlelight Restaurant will as : Sunday -
Color Cartoon. ((91 Min.) -10 p.m.; MondayThursday11 a.m.10 p.m. (Closed Tuesday); MUTAL FUNDS Call 725-8121 ask for Mr.Taheri.
SUNDAY October I Friday & Saturday -11 a.m. midnight. National Investment Co. expanding -
HOSPITAL: "THE HONEY its marketing staff In the
J ax. area. Full time and pan BEAGLES AKC REGISTERED
POT": Rex Harrison and Susan
Hayward. ((131 Min.) r WANT ADS WILL/ SELL FOR YOU t time positions. Company train- 8 wks. old. $25. 246 6997.

C. FIELD: "MAKE LIKE ATHIEF" ing program. Earnings unlimited. -
.Call FINANCIAL PROGRAMS, DACHSHUND PUPS: AKC REG.
: Richard Long.((88 Min.)
MONDAY, October 2 INC. 3985032.FOR shots, wormed. Males and
females. 2868.
771
C. FIELD: "SUNSCORCHED":
Mark Stevens and Mario Adorf. SALE PACKING BOXES
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE
((88 Min.) for moving. 150 each.Phone 355- ATTENTION: ALL PERSONNELon
TUESDAY, October 3 8734, VAN'S 736 Dellwood Ave. shift duty. How would you liketo
All Ranks All Ages
C. FILED: VTHEHONEY earn $1500 $2000 a year
!" FOR RENT OR FOR SALE working part time? McDonald'sDriveIn
POT": Rex Harrison and Susan LOW RATES
Hayward. ((131 Min.) Houses & Apts. Equity, VA & at Normandy & Lane
>> FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn. needs employees to work from,

Help keep EASY MONTHLY Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret. 11 a.m. STp.m. daily&onweekends. '
ApplyatMcDonald'sbefore -
264 2411. Orange Park Realty.
AmericaStrong 11 a.m. or after 2 p.m.
PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL "REAL ESTATE: We will help
you Buy, Sell or Invest. UNFURN APT. 1316 SO. Mc-
U.S. SAVINGS BONDS Bowen Real Estate, Realtor DUFF. Nr. Park St., Spac. hdwd
NEW FREEDOM SHARES INSURANCE USN Retired 384 1376 floors, homelike, 2BR, elec. kt.,
upper. Reas.3872273.FIVE .

UNDERWRITERS INC. BRAND NEW ZIGZAG
FLORIDA Domestic sewing ma. out of laya MINUTES TO NAS: FURN

\ICI'.FertrrA...Downtown (Formerly McDougall's Insurance' way. Buttonholes, fancy designs garage apt. Adjacent TimquannaClub
'I.IelllltI. 311-77 etc. Bal. $36.50 cashor Air Cond., Utilities in -
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They're in love..
terms. eluded $65. Ideal for single adult -
and they Call Us Anytime MORSE SEWING CENTER 384 6288.
1948 Blanding Blvd. 384 5821
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kill people! FOR SALE: 3BR, 2B HOME
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.. JEAN'S DANCE ACADEMY w/w carpet, tailored drapes in
6110 103rd St. Fall classes: living room&dining room,fenced

.. f JOIN THECREDIT Ballet, Hula, Tap, Jazz, Ball- back yard. BetweenNAS&Cecil.
'I4 RREN : room. 384 3055, 771 2521, $1500 cash assume mortgage.

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<< has the works Original price
CXTTOE r monograms,etc.Sold
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>> Credit Manager. Ph. 353 WANTED:. EXP. SHORT ORDER
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Cecil Football Review Football Predictions

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r's GAME ((18-2)) (14-6)) ((14-6)) ((14-6)) ((1S-5)) ((11.9))

r'e 1. Boston Col vs Army Army Army Army Army Army Army

2. Bucknell vs Cornell Bucknell Cornell Cornell Bucknell Cornell Cornell

. 3. Navy vs Rice Navy Rice Navy Navy Rice Navy

4. Syracuse vs W. Va. syra Syra W. Va. W. Va. W. Va. W. Va.

S. Notre Dame vs Purclue ND ND ND ND ND ND

6. Auburn vs Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Auburn Tenn. Auburn

7. TCU vs Ga. Tech Ga' Tech Ga. TechGa. Tech. Ga. Tech. GT Ga. Tech

8. Air Force vs Wash. Wash., Wash. Wash. Wash. Wash. Wash.

9. Calif vs Michigan Caiil. Mich. Mich. Calli. Calli. Mich.

NaAction 10.0klahoma vs Maryland Okla. Oklo'Okla.. Okla. Okla. Okla


VA-86 VA174The
14 "Sidewinder" points Previous A/B Columnist
in Thursday's Touch Football play. came on passes thrown by Mat
Hargraves to Lieutenant Nutt aoo
VA-86 MARINEIn Captain Hilgert took a pass Ron Jenkins. Ron scored a Sends Note From VietnamEDITOR'S
touchdown of
the
on one passes
from Stone for a 2 point con-
a passing attack led by Stone, and made a 2 point conversion ( NOTE: Some of our readers undoubtedly rememberthe
Murray, and Nelson, the Marines version play. Total yardage anothr.Lt. football each
News/Afterburner
'. gained by the Marines was 239. play on Tax: Air college coverage given
defeated VA-86 last Wednesday Nutt scored the remaining week last season. A column ran in each edition titled "Boat's
by a score to 20 to 14. VA174VA45 6 points on another pass by Lockers". and would give a wrap up of games played along witha
Murray, the principal receiverfor In a close game last Thursday Quarterback Hargraves. forecast of up coming games. This column disappeared with the
the Marines,caught two touchdown afternoon, the VA 174 "Hell- Golf Meeting Monday depature of tis writer, one Chief Boatswain Mate, Jim Anglea.
passes from Stone and one razors" defeated the VA i I", 45 Jim is in Vietnam and has sent his prediction to the editor, sorta
from Nelsorl. Murray also inter A meeting will be held at the .
"Blackbirds" by a score of 8 re opening "Boats' Locker")
cepted a VA-J86 pass in the end to O. Station Gym October 2 at 11 a.m. Just received my copy of September 14 issue of the Jax Air News/
zone to give the Marines The "Hellrazors" touchdown for all personnel interested in Afterburner, and noticed the so called experts are once again
posession of the ball on their was made by Carmichael on a forming a Winter Golf League. stumbling through the weekly football predictions with no greater
own 20 yard Ur* The Tee Off for the first game
pass from Johnson. VA 174 success than they enjoyed last year. However, since none have
GIANT SWAP MEET got their, other two points when of take the new League October is expected 11. to ventured out on the limb with their predictions for the top college
Martinez tagged a "Blackbird"in place on elevens for 1967, I shall take the first step in hopes that I can
SHIPPING OUT??? his own end zone for a safe- Karate Classes shame the more timid out onto the limb with me so when upsets
Bring your furniture and the limb off I will fall alone.
for
and misc. items to sell ty.VA Karate Classes women injuries saw not
Blandina Drive-in Theatre 174's victory may be are presently underway at the "Boats' Locker" is open once more for a brief period of crystal
Every Sat. 7 A.M. 6 f\M. attributed to excellent defenseled Station Gym. Hours are from 10 ball gazing to give the novices stateside a lesson in the fine art of
Sun 1 P.M. 768.419) by Sibold, Martinez, and to 11 a.m. on Tuesdays and football forecasting. Without the benefit of various sports digests
768-7058 or Mauk. Thusdays. All wives and dependents analysis, of college team, I see the following season as one filled
of Navy personnel are with excitement and upsets as more teams move to the wide
invited to drop in and learn open pro style of play.
self defense techniques first The top honors battle on the West Coast will be waged between
hand. USC and UCLA, with the darkhorse Washington, causing trouble.
Ducks at 11th Green The Big Ten champions lost eleven first stringers, but look for the
Spartans to be back strong again this year with their major opposi-
Fourteen fully mature ducks tion coming from Michigan and Rose Bowl Champ Purdue. Ohio
were set free on a stretch of water .
State make bid
will a to try to
t lying beside the 11th green of 'regain he limelight that was In the Southeastern Conference,
NAS Cecil Field's Golf Course.It theirs In better but he will get some arguments
gridron days.
is hoped that the Ducks will /. from both the .Vois" of Tenne-
stay and make the lake their ."Bear" Bryant, has what looks ssee and the"Bulldogs"of Geor-
r permanent home.' like another championship team gia. Florida has an under-rated

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FOWKESSales I make it rough for people.
The Southwest will be anotherrat
TV
race this year with Texas
J Service and Arkansas picked by mostas
the teams to beat. Don'tsell

Act now for money help. Clearance= ---- r ..:vT COMPLETE' : this the state SMU of"Mustangs"the season. shortat

TV Service Here is the way that "Boats'Locker"
S-A-L-E see the top ten:
See HFCIf DEPARTMENT 1. UCLA not just loyaltyto

ON ALL NEW and USED t BRING THIS AD AND alma mater, but Began is well,

you need extra money to pay bills, buy a RECEIVE A so lookout.
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orf Notre Dame -
Cl 2. Hanrattyand
better car or to take care of some other

important money obligation, see Household EIIII.t t 50% 3. Seymour Alabama older- Tide and is stream-better.

Finance, now! lined and powerful as usual.
When you come to HFC, you'll be told in Prices Slashed DISCOUNT ON ANY 4. USC Grows stronger as
advance what your loan will cost. There'll be On All Major/ I TV TUBES NEEDED!; season progresses.
no hidden'extras or surprises, either. If you ',' Brand!! //N YOUR.SET' 5. Miami!,- Hurricanes play
spoilers again this year.
have any questions, the HFC Manager will bet I r 1$1.43611830 FOUHAKEI HP. I 6. Tennessee Tough luck
glad to answer them, so that you'll clearly team again.
t understand everything about your loan 7. Texas Bradley older,
from Household Finance. should make less mistakes.
8. Tech Good showIng -
Georgia
t Every year, thousands of servicemen, CEDAR HILLSMOTORS for new coach.
like you, come to Household, because they ss 9. Michigan State With luck

know they. can borrow with confidence. M could finish longer.
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10. Florida On a hunch
and Larry Smith's running.
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128 Golfers Hunting Season Dates


Scheduled in Set by Commission

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27th TourneyMaking

Florida's[ hunting calendar for the 1967 68 season, as set by
an attempt again this the Game and Fresh Water Fish Commission, Is as follows: _A b 6pqWx
year to take home the winner October 4.uifAmWaur.' N'grqMFpyqq
laurels in the air station's Invit..tional 1 The archery season that opened September 16 closes except
golf tournament is retired for managed hunts and regular season bow hunting.
Navy flier Frank Ueyer 7 First phase dove season opens.

who finished as runner-up in the November
championship division last time
around. 5 First phase dove season closes.

The tourney,slated for October 11 Deer, bear, turkey, squirrel woodcock and quail season opensin HOPING FOR REPEAT .- 1967 station Intramural powerhouse
6, 7 :and 8, will have a field First, Second, Fourth_and Fifth Conservation Districts. Snipe offensive .
VAP-62 displays might that last year won the photo-
of 128 competing in 36 hole season opens statewide.
medal play and a handicap pro- 18 Deer, bear, turkey, squirrel, woodcock and quail season,opens men the Atlantic Fleet championship, representing Fleet Air
am. ,in Third Conservation District. Second phase dove season Jacksonville). So far, the squadron has scored 136 points in
'Conspicuous by his absence opens statewide. three games; the defense hasn't been scored upon.
will be Harold Bishop of Starke. 23 First phase duck, goose and coot hunting opens statewide.
, Bishop, defending champion of 24 Rail and gallinule season closes.
the affair,was recently selectedas 26 First phase. duck, goose and coot season closes. Photomen in FocusHeavy
"Golfer of the Year" by the December
Jacksonville Area Golf Association National
but will be forced to pass 3 Second phase dove season closes Photographic Squadron League
the this due 7 Second phase duck, goose and coot season statewide. Won Lost
up event year to 'opens 62, riding a winning crest of Aircraft Maintenance2 1
a previous commitment. 16 Third phase dove season opens statewide. three straight games {in the young FICEUR 0 4. ..
Other Jacksonville area golf 30 Snipe season closes.
intramural football season attempted MARTD 2 2 '
ers who will make their presencefelt January to make it four when they VAP-62 3 0'
in the championship division met winless FICEUR In a 4:15
include Al Miller, Gary Holmes, 1 Deer and bear season closes In First, Second, Fourth and Fifth p.m., battle on the North Field NARTU ',/1.2',3 ,0.

Jerry Foley, Mike Gregory and conservation Fifth ConservatIon Districts.Districts.Turkey season closes* in First,Second and Tuesday.The VP-3Q 679th Air Force '; J 1 2 .. ,
,- ,
the air station's L.
recent runnerupin *
American League f
the senior division of Inter- 7 Second, phase duck, goose and coot season opens statewide. stingy photomen defense 'Won Lost
service golf, Cdr. Jim Kinder. 8 Third phase dove season closes. has yet to allow a point in the COMFAIRJAX 2 : l'
Also scheduled to be on handis 14 Deer, bear and turkey season closes In Third Conservation three contests while the offense VW-4 1 "t:' 1
Edward Jones of Tampa. District. Woodcock season closes statewide. has been making a show of its Hospital 1 2 ,-
Rules for the pro-am, slated 21 Turkey season In Fourth Conservation District Closes. own, rolling to 48-0, 30-0 and VP-16 2 1 i x

for the first day include, best February 58-0 wins. Marine Barracks 1 2 ;1;
ball of a foursome and full han- Medical 0 2
25 Quail and squirrel closes in First, Second Fourth and Scanning past action, Sep-
dicaps up to and including 18 Fifth Conservation Districts season tember 21 saw the 679th Air FAETU ______ 2 .0
shots prevailing. Course
pro Force defeat Aircraft Maintenance
Joe McDonald stated in Times-
a March
18-0 and VP-30 prevailover
CanYouTAKE
Union interview that, "Pro-
fessionals may enter as many 3 Quail and squirrel season closes in Third Conservation District. FICEUR, 7-6. Two post-
pro-am teams as they like." 9 Spring turkey gobbler season opens south of State Road 50. poned games of September 20 YOUR CAR
1967 marks the 27 anniversaryof 23 Spring turkey gobbler season opens north of State Road 50. were made up Friday. In those WTH YOU?
this air station golf tourna- 24 Spring turkey gobbler season closes south of State Road 50. VP-16 shutout Medical, 8-0 and For Financing and Insurance
MARTD rolled over the 679th
ment. Stateside and Overseas. Call-
April Air Force, 190.Today's .
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7 Spring turkey gobbler season closes north of State Road 50. DYER M. BURR
The James E. Sullivan Memo- Shooting hours for all resident game are from one half hour before schedule has the 679th GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES
rial Trophy was first awardedby ? sunrise to one half after sunset. Shooting hours for ducks, playing VP-30 on the North Field FINANCE CORPORATION
the A. A. U. in 1930. It is geese, coots, rails, gajlinules} ,' woodcock and snipe are from one and Aircraft Maintenance meeting and
presented annually to the ama- half hour before ,sunrise to sunset Legal hunting hours for dove MARTD on the South playingarea. INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
teur athlete who, "by his or are from noon ( standard time) to t sunset. .. .- > INSURANCE COMPANY
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Canada Acquaints Sailor Navy Comeback Drops I


With Officiating Principles Nittany Lions in Opener- ..f'''


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An air station sailor has re Fellers, who has three yearsof A never say -die Navy bell had given the Pennsylvania
turned here after spending a amateur Michigan hockey experience football team came from behind visitors a 20 -17 margin and this-
week's leave on Canadian ice. was the only American with less than a minute to go was increased by two points following -
serviceman at the clinic. He was to nip Penn State 23 22 in the conversion. '
J03 Ned Fellers completeda interviewed for a Canadian the opening contest for both The Middies, not to be outdone -.
tough week long course at Broadcasting Company Saturday schools Saturday at Annapolis. took the ensuing kickoff
the Vern Buffey Referee School evening television and radio show The final sL -p1ay drive was and scored in a mere six: plays
for Hockey Officials at Halt- during his Canadian stay. directed by senior quarterback from the 22 yard line, the original -
, burton, Ontario. The Lapeer, Mich., sailor will BACK FROM CANADA. John Cartwright who had pre- line of scrimmage. End
t' Most of the hockey enthusiastswere be discharged from the Navy J03 Fellers stores skates viously been dazed in the second Rob Taylor caught his .second
: from Canada, but a fewI. early ,next month and hopes to and 'official's jersey after '. quarter-andjorced to rptire to the touchdown piss of, the quarter
Americans were among the first become a linesman in the Eastern return from hockey clinic. bench.: The Mid hrpm' 't s' heroics front Cartwright for the'winning
100 hockey officials to attenda Hockey League. ;; started after Penn State had score. A two point coversion
week-long session designed taken the lead with 1:44 left on attempt failed.A .
I. specifically for skating referees Intramural BowlingStandings the clock. A touchdown pass crowd of 20,101 turned out
and linesmen. Other Americans from Tom Sherman to Bob Camp for the opener.

attending the course were from of the Teams
1" California, New York and Tent American League
Sky Warriors 12 8
nessee.
Tipplers 12 12 Wef//Dea/ J
. Fellers, who has been skating Team Won Lost Blue 10 10
: for 20 of his 26 years, said the NFO "B" 17 3 AO.1D 9 11
course was designed to get the Cloak & Daggers 14 6 CPO's 9' 15 all the
I most out of each day's' session. Needlers 12 8 Flapjax 8 16 on new
The daily routine included two Playboys 9 7 Sparks 6' 14
hours of early morning exercise, Caduceus No. 2 9 7 Fair Folk 7 17
;. two or three hours of class- Electrons 11 9 I

.4 room, studies learning to interpret Wonders t 8,8: "! "'4.'.\\oofr Atlantic. League, ,
hockey rules, and several Pin Teasers 8' 18. .1 aI
additional hours on the ice Hunters .r ,9 11 Team ,Won Lost
.1 practicing officiating.The Pin Benuers 5 11 Foggy Five- 18:5: 5.5 I
future officials used the Crash and Fire 6 14 Chiefs 13 7
Caduceus No. l 6 14 Misfits 13' 7
same ice as the National Hockey ChevroletsOldsmobiles
League expansion team, the Min- Cannon Cockers 6 14 BB Stackers 15 9
nesota North Stars, and many Handicaps 13 11
officiated at North Stars' scrim- National League Spoilers 12 12
Beanburners 10 10
. mage sessions. Team Won Lost V apogees 9.5 10.5 I I

t. Marine Tops NFO "A" 20' 4 Supply 81 13
Chiefs 18 6 AFEES 12
Hurricanes 16 8 Gold 6 10
I In Tampa Hard Hats 12 8 Chargers 7 17 I I II '
X Impulses 4 ,, 16

Pistol Shoot NATTC Launches Continental. l League Take a Uttle I riVetind Save Big; dt

.[ Taking first place honors in OwnGrld SeasonOn
the Tampa 2700 Pistol Match Chokers 17 7
+ September 17 was GySgt. John September 18 Capt. R. P. PRO's 17 7 '' 4
'4 K. Maurer of the station's Marine Kline tossed the first football EWE Spy 15 9
,, Air Detachment.The and got the NATTC intramural Druthers '15 9
Marine, who started fir- season off on a tightly scheduled Rip Cords 14 10 CHEVROLETOLDSMOBILE i
Ing in, compeltltlon in 1961, shota start. National League teams Seven Tens 14 10
2572 82X:, out of a possible are MAD AE #2, MAD A 0 White Hats 11 13 Green Cove Springs Florida
2700 to finish In the Master Class Personnel, Capacitors, AEA 725, King Pins 10 14 ,
AO /##2 and MARTD 9.
Navy Navy Support. 15 r
"' Theolocal CHEVROLET PH. JAX 264-9600 2649580r 1 1I 1a
Marines entered a American League teams include Strikers 9' 15 or
five man team in the meet. Maur- MAD AE /# 1, MAD Permanent Eagles; 7 17
er's teammate, SSgt. Ronald J. Personnel, Resistors, AEA 726, Marine Barracks 6, 18
Christiansen was high man for the AEA 724, and AOA Navy # 1. -- -
Marksmanship Class with a score Thus far each team In both
of 1978 20X His final score
leagues has played one
game.
placed him in eighth place among The tally has been Navy Sup-
the 50 shooters.
The the third port ((20)) vs Capacitors( ); MAD
f Tampa event was AO Personnel ((21)) vs MAD AE
for the Ma-
during September
# 2 ((0)); AEA 725 ((6)) vs/AO
than rine pistol month team old, a itself.little more Pre- Navy #/# 2 ((0)), AOA Navy ### 1 (1)
a vs Resistors ((0)); MAD Permanent
vious compeitition included matches Personnel ((6)) vs MAD AE /# 1 ((2))
; Gainesville and Jack-
sonville.If at. and AEA 724 ((18) vs AEA 726 ((6)).

sufficient interest is generated -
the team would like to,
increase its membership to eight.
Marines wishing to try out for ( ; '
the team, which competes and ;
practices: on off duty time
i and weekends, should contact
Maurer at extension 3234.
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