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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: October 12, 1967
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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194 Bagf_'Crows' Off AvgustTests IJ I



First Increment Promotions :

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Effective Monday for 53 POs t,


By JO I Chuck Schroyer j

The air station's personnel office received the results qOhe.. Uw'rtw VCW8? promotion sweepstakes "
last week and 194 NASer |hsl.. l 9''f 3 st..ttt K\ t pro: mouo n figure fell 28 short of .
the 222 February advancements1'r NAS Sax Navymen were notified of their selection to chief; 52-
will be promoted to first class 56 to E-5 and 76 will sew on their first crow within the next six months. '\
By months 53 sailors and Waves will be promoted on the first Increment which is effective Monday: 36 J
sew on new crows in November and 30 will advance in December. Next year 36 promotions will become I
effective on January 16, 22 on
( % In'' borirall'rates. Most ofthose August results, showingthenum-
February 16 and the final increment ber 'of will ,
personnel'who
but get
of 17 will become effective who were PNAed (Passed 1
March 16. not Advanced) were in the top promoted in what rates and pay-
pay grades. grades.
Half Pass
Rr Of the 427 people who took the Two Strikers Test Chart

i August exams, 50 percent passedand Naval Examining Center results -
f I 95 per cent of those who showed 205 Jacksonville The table on page 8 is broken
passed were promoted. The personnel failed the tests. One down as follows: Rate and pay-
1 n.' number of failures points out sailor and a Wave were desig- grade (Pan.), Failures (Fail.),
A f that thorough preparation is nated strikers off the August Promoted (Promo.), precentageof
necessary for Navyenlistedswhowant exam. those who took the test and .
; r to get promoted. The JaxAirNews staff in cooperation received promotions( and those ,
Twenty NAS personnel passedthe with PNCS Frank Wilson who passed the exam but were ,
test and' were not promoted Educational Services Office not advanced (PNA).
showing the general"open"trend leading chief has broken down thePuDU
NAS personnel who will be pro- 1
DECORATEDMarine. Sgt. moted Monday are: .-' f
,
Jerome Larson of Tampa; .'I
received the Silver Star Med !:A'kt EiEitt To POI I j

al for his actions in Viet- .
nam during a ceremony at .*.- 'r '- -1__ ---I-IF DCl D.F. Davis; ET1 J.R. Gill; \

NAS. Colonel Hyland pre- BM1 R. Randall; BM1 W.Stewart 1
sented the medal to the and AZ1 C. Zeliff.
f
Marine.Young.. ..h..l kjr Mt Holt P.uluh.. ..Crnvwur.a pn>.t"...0p1.on..4pn..N tj IB.p.OU.A.t..d wrtlvra Mru art UMtr,wn uxl not le M tro..ldw< *d./f lat. 'ipraMtoa e(MfV111UI7 .
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VOL. 25 NO. 29 u.*.NAVAL u* STATION.-UOCMNWH.*,ftoniDA OCTOBER 12, 1967CROWS. To P02 \

AC2 C. Bradwell; ACS GJ.
J
G. J. Gusky; ETR2 M. Milner;

Marine Sergeant Awardedin M. Seiler; DK2 R.W. Hines; \
DK2 TJ. Hosley; DK2 G. Moll-
I berg and DK2 W,M. Shaw. i

Silver Star for HeroismThe Vietnamevacuation. aar'M ..yy.Ao To P03 \


United States has honored moving his squad along a trail His aggressive lea-' i
a 24 -year- old Tampa Marine during a search and clear mis- dership and steadfast determin- ADJ3 G. Addison; ADR3 T.
sergeant with the Silver Star for sion in the vicinity of Cam LoIn ation inspired all who observed Alexander; EOH3 R. Bachelder;
his actions under fire in Vietnam. Quang Tri Province. His unit him and contributed significantly AE3 B.D. Bailey; ADJ3' T. Car
p Sgt.: Jerome c. Larson"rc' ..came .under,Herce: small.,arms..." Qtheaccomplishment; } : lofh.lsi, rol; EOH3 G. Coffing; CS3 J.F.
ceived the medal from'Lt. Col.R. fire. "Without hesitation, he unit's mission, which resultedin 'Cortesr: 'CS3, D.Fl; Cuneo; A J3JT.
skillfully his into 47 North Vietnamese killed/* Duffieldf RM3 R.W. FalrlA03 ;
deployed squad
L. '
Hyland, commanding of, ., G.P. Forth; AE3 L.E.
ficer, NAS Marine Barracks, assault positions and overran
Glenna RM3 R. Goebel AC3
; ;
during formal ceremonies Octo- the enemy, killing three North '
'
ber 5. Vietnamese and 'capturing one," NAS Readies C.K. Goen; AO3 A.G. Gould;
RM3 C. Harmon AC3 C.L.
;
according to the citation ac -
Larson, who
was a corporal Holmes ADJ3 W. Hutchinson
; ;
while in Vietnam, was decoratedfor companying the medal. 18 Apartments ADJ3 L. Jennings; ATN3 C.L.
gallantry while serving with The young Marine then regrouped Karr; A03 M. C. King; AE3J.
Company L, Third Battalion his men and began a T. Long and AE3 L. W. Mc-
Third' Marine Division as a squad search of the area. His squad For Enlisted Men Atr-e.
leader. uncovered communication wires Also RM3 P. D. McBee ADJ3W.
_' AmbushedOn leading to an enemy base SK2 BiU Varnesin Metcalf; AE3 W. M. Mil-
: A is underway to alleviate -
camp. While searching the camp plan now Small Stores can only scratch am; A03 R. W. Moos; ETR3 J.
March 2, Larson was Larson's squad again came under the shortage of married his head, inventory the stock D. Oconnell; RM3 J. T. Patton;
heavy fire. enlisted quarters here. and hope his, supply of crows AE3 G. A. Regan; ADJ3 A. J.
Junior Services Displays Bravery utilized Bldg. 800 for ,married presently officers being holds out. The 18 crows on the RiccI; A03 M. Sander; CS3E.
table are just peanuts compared Schulte; CS3 R.Sharrah;ADJ3
"Displaying exceptional cour- quarters, is in the process of 'to the hundreds that willbe need- B. Smallwood; A03 A. W. Smith;
Start -
Sunday age and professionalism Cor- being converted into enlisted ed within the next few months AC3 J. P. Sugg;AMH3 T. Thom-
Sunday will mark the beginningof poral Larson quickly deployedhis quarters. for the personnel advanced: off the pson; A03 P. H. Owens; and A03
weekly Junior Church servicesto men into firing, positionsand Estimates are now being Hide Augustexams. P. S.Stafr*.
r
gained fire superiority.While on renovation and refurbishing
be held at 10 a.m at the
Chapel Annex worship center .located exposed to heavy enemy fire costs although no major reconstruction \
leading his men forward,shouting' is planned.
on the. second floor of
building 772. encouragement and directing Plans call for the eligible families :
All young people in school their fire at the enemy he was to begin moving into the two --
grades one through six are cor- seriously wounded. Ignoring his or three bedroom apartments ,
dially invited and urged to attend painful wound he refused medical within a' few weeks. All the
these periods of instruction aid and continued to direct apartments should be occupiedby
and worship. the fire of his men until the early November.Furniture f rI

Any adult desiring to share in hostile fire was silenced. is. being refurbishedand ir
the program Is asked to contact "Only after he was assured that will supplement private furniture
772 the enemy position had been destroyed '
Chaplain J. E. Dorsey at 'as necessary. Apartmentswill
3051 or 772 3052.! did he accept medical be completely furnished if

occupants do not have furniture.
Current waiting lists for family -
New Hospital Dedication housing are being used to
assign the apartments, but per -
sonnel apply for quarters t
may
Set for December through the housing Office, Bldg. '
Early : 902. As with all assignments of ILL -

Navy housing, it Is on a first -

Dedication for the new $7 million replacement Naval Hospitalat come, first serve basis. :

NAS Jar is scheduled for December 9, it was announced: by Tentative plans are under w'
Charles E. Bennett (Rep. Fla.) consideration to combine the NAS ,
As a region hospital In the Department of Defense hospital network waiting list for two bedroom
it will provide complete medical and dental care not only for apartments and two bedroom
the active and retired military personnel and their dependents of houses. The same would apply
metropolitan''Jacksonville, but also for personnel from NAS Sax, for a three bedroom request.If .
Mayport Cecil Field and Glynco Ga. a family requested a two bed-
The will a combined population of about 140,000
hospital serve room apartment, but a two bed-
people including about 125,000 retired personnel and their dependents, room house was made available
chats
Eduard Wismeth
VISIT NAS--German Navy Korvettenkapitan
veterans and other government agency beneficiaries.This first would in all ,I
they probability
with M. J. Stack during here. Seven German officers
Capt.
stopover ..
new eight story facility will replace the sprawling complexof .
house.
be assigned the '
temporary type buildings! which have been: ,in",use since 1941: ., and KTCPOs visited the station last week before flying on to Patuxent
Capable of caring for 400 patients, the_hospital will feature the Housing for married enlisteds River, Md. AXl Warren R. Wootton of VP-30 who Is participating
t" concentration of out patient and auxiliary services on the groundt' averages two vacancies per in a six-month training program with the Germans at a naval air
I 2. floor with inpatient care facilities on the upper floors. month here. station near Hamburg was with the visitors.


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Welfare of Others
Divine Services, ,



Everyone's Business ROMAN CATHOLIC


"You of the Navy family have demonstrated more forcefullythan St. Edward's Chapel/
any other group in Duval County your understanding of United s
Fund needs. In the past eight years the Navy's contribution has risen SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m.
from $50,000 to about $200,000 while during the same period the and 11 a.m.DAILY .

total raised in the .annual_United Fund campaigns has grown from MASS11:30a.m..
$1,400,000 to roughly$1,7 S ,'o)00" seated Robert' L.MUius,chairman. > 5z SATURDAY MASS .9:00 a.m.
of the Jacksonville United Fund. ..: CONFESSIONS - Saturday
5 p.m. 5:30 p.m.7-7:30 p.m.
The voluntary health and welfare agencies, including the United
Fund, National Health and International Service Agencies, have their
campaigns in full swing in their one time solicitation under the U.S. Naval/ Hospital

Combined Federal Campaign.
SUNDAY MASS - -8 a.m.
In order that you get a better idea of how your contributions are
used, each week during the campaign the JaxAir News gives specific ,
information concerning the different branches and agencies. ; kyyaj ys ,d ry"rg.3. PROTESTANTAll
This week we take a further look at the United Fund am the different -
'
agencies it covers. Saints Chapel/ /
EASY DOES IT-a-not-so-thlrsty VAP-62 "Skywarrior" leaves

the fueling drogue of a VA-44 "scooter" during in-flight refueling -
Consultation Service DIVINE SERVICE
Family 10am. .
practice recently in the NAS Jacksonville area. LCdr SUNDAY SCHOOL 9
- a.m.
Providing counseling service to families and individuals who need Wesley Mason, pilot, LCdr Chester L. Fitzpatrick, photonav- Chapel Annex Bldg. 722
help in solving problems of marital discord parent child relation- igator, and PH2 L.W. Williams, photo-techician, worked together CHURCH SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
and the service also offers child -
ships personality adjustments
;
focused Homemaker Service. to bring the big RA-3B into position. Chapel Center Bldg. 751 '
WEDNESDAY

Gateway Girl Scout Council AN Williams Receives THURSDAY Choir Rehersal - 7 p.m.

Promotes citizenship, homemaking, fun in the out of doors
and a variety of interests for girls through its character building Young Adult Group 7 p.m.

program,which offers camping organized troops and adult leadership September BEQ HonorsAN Christian Science Service ,'
- -8
training. I SECOND MOND ;f Each Month p.m.;

Goodwill Industries Chapel Women's Guild -
Willie C. Williams has been named as the Bachelor Enlisted \
- 930am.
Supplies vocational rehabilitation, jobs and training to handicapped Honorman of the Month of September at ceremonies in the commanding Center
persons, repairing clothing, appliances and furniture donated officer's office.In (Chapel )

by me public; resale of items through retail training outlets helps a letter to Williams' parents, Capt. M. J. Stack, commanding
support the program. Jacksonville Urban League officer of the station, wrote of Williams: "This unique and highly .U.S. Naval Hospital

Conducts a program of vocational guidance, job placement, edu- prized award was made on the basis of Willie's personal motivation,
cational ahd community organization activities to improve conditions attention to duty and leadership and in setting the example'of neatness SUNDAY SERVICE- ---10 a.m.
under which Negroes live and work. and cleanliness for his shipmates to follow,which reflects much credit
upon himself and the United States naval sen-ice." -
Jewish Family and Children's Services For his achievement, Williams was awarded a special liberty of Traffic

Provides personal, family and:! marital counseling. It is a licensed 72 hours together with recognition, including the display. of his

child placing agency, offering adoption, foster home.placement of picture in various locations on the base.
children, and help to unwed mothers. Williams was also presented with a certificate naming his achieve-
ments and accomplishments.He ViolationsThis
Legal Aid Association is attached to Air Operations and his quarters are Barracks

Provides skilled legal aid, advice and assistance to persons in
need of legal service but unable financially to employ an attorney, B.Americans following is a report
that justice obtainable under the law shall be available to all persons GuidedBy of motor vehicle accidents and
regardless of his lack of funds.: traffic violations for the period
October 39.Number .
Mental 1 Health Association of Accidents

Citizens/ Group concerned with adequate care and treatmentof Their Conscience This Week--------7

mentally ill; conducts 'research, training, education and service Total Accidents this year through
projects, including Half Way House and Bell and Key Club for its own sake; and we have a dozen October 9 - - 284
Cdr. V.
By J. Mahoney, CHC
former mental patient times been in a position to start Number Accidents through

It is rot uncommon for certain a war--and refrained.But October'1966 - -286
Multiple Sclerosis Society foreign powers to propagandizethe fight back! That's a different Total number of days since

Undertakes research into causes, prevention, cure and allevia- neutral countries of the world story. We are, indeed last injury in a motor vehicle
tion of multiple sclerosis; provides medical services, trans with the wearisome charge that prepared to wage combatbutfor accident .- - - -22
portation to hospitals and clinics for physical therapy; furnishes the United States is a war-mongeriNg Profit? Let our own initial This week - -36
walkers, crutches and medical supplies to patients. nation, bent on conflict, statement declare the reasons: Speeding - - -5
for profit. "All men are edowed by their Going 'through Stop Signs3
/, Salvation Army Now we might for a moment Creator with certain rights; to Other Violations - -.- -28
Seeks to administer to spiritual, moral and physical needs. Ser- compare this in the light ofa secure these rights to ourselvesand Forty drivers appeared be -
vices include emergency assistance, transient welfare services, aid term which we in the Navy our posterity" governmentsare fore the Traffic Hearing Boardat
to unmarried mothers, youth programs and the Senior Center for the constantly remind ourselves of-- instituted. Ou r Navy is an the meeting held on Tues-
over sixties. namely, combat readiness. This arm of our government, and we day. Disposition of the cases
hold fast those
do
to to
mean
talk of and work at contin-
included'the
we following: Fourteen
Center rights, if we have to fight for
and Hearing
Speech
What are we trying to
ually.
lost driving and parking privi-
Provides diagnostic, evaluative, and therapeutic services to child- be ready for? Combat, to be them. None of us is so stupidas leges aboard station for various
ren and adults with all types of speech and hearing handicaps, sure. But certainly not for Its to lose his life to gain a bank periods; Six were assigned to
rehabilitation of the deaf and hard of hearing and vocational as- own sake. Our greatest mil- account. But, as was said, to complete an eight hour coursein
sistance. itary men have abhorred war for be ready to fight for family, for remedial driving at NATTC;
Travelers Aid Society freedom, for future--that's a different Sixteen received suspensions;

story.If Seven were given warnings; Two
Social casework service giving assistance to runaways, children New Hobby Shop a man is prepared to resist were dismissed; Eleven were
traveling alone, aged or handicapped travelers,migrants,newcomers the "Noble Savage"--his fined ( U. S. Commissioner);
and travelers meeting unexpected difficulties, including financial fellowman--when all that makes and Eight referred to commanding -
assistance whena pan of the casework plans. Hours in EffectThe life wonh living is at stake, officers for possible dis- .
even though propavanda may call ciplinary action.
United Cerebral Palsy new operatinghoursat him a war-monger, his conscience -
Thirty two drivers were assessed -
Services to children and adults include orthopedic and pediatric Hobby Shop went into effect yes- will tell him that he is a total of 113 traffic points.
examinations; psychological evaluation; physical, occupational and terday.On a MAN--and worthy of that proud
speech therapy; medico social work; Mondays, Tuesdays and title.

u.s.o. Fridays the Automotive, Cera-
mics and Carpenter Shop will
Operated locally by the Salvation Army, the service provides open from 12:30 to 9 p.m.
facilities for the religious, social welfare, recreational needsof The hours on Saturdays, Sun JAX .
members of the Armed Forces. This "home away from home" days and holidays will be 9 AXR' NEWS
also offers counseling service. a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

Visiting Nurse Association The Electronics and Photo- ,
graphy shops will be open from The TAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper
Registered professional nurses provide essential care for the sick 4:30 to 9 p.m. All Hobby Shop distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
In their own homes, under the direction of a local physician or activities will be closed on Wednesdays Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company,
clinic. Fees are charged according to ability to pay. and Thursdays. This includes a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX
the automobile AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Of-
Volunteers of AmericaNon washing fice, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 10:00 noon on Monday
facilities. before publication. News items are welcomed from all
sectarian maternity home and adoption providing
agency Recommended changes submitted -
sources Telephone 772 3118 or 3119.
seclusion care and counseling for the unmarried mother, selectionof in writing to the recreation -
a home for the infant and counseling with the adoptive parents. officer will be con Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and quer-
sidered. ies concerning such should be directed to:
Y.M.C.A.
The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd.
Character building organization for women and girls; program
Put your money Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755.
offers education and recreation through group activities and residence -
for employed girls and students who are newcomers. to the where your heart Is-
.-.. in America
community.
,
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contributions be when .
Through your many people can helped help _
r is needed most. Give generously: -- Remember, someday YOU may U.S. SAVINGS BONDS '
benefit directly from an agency you have helped support. NEW FREEDOM SHARES 5.7Page

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October 12, 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3


VC-4 Cecil DetachmentActs Credit Union Pays !

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I Part of 'Enemy' 15 Beneficiaries ;


Fleet Composite Squadron way. They may be red, black, The recent loss of life due to ..
Four Detachment Cecil Field is or white, according to the pre-' the accident on the aircraft carrier (
ference of the gunner. USS Forrestal included 15 l
a mouthful but it all boils downto
seven officers about 60 men, VC 4 can also provide a service men who were membersof

and seven aircraft, serving 2210 banner for air to air gun- r M"Stool" r Union.the lax Navy Federal Credit j

miles of coastline.VC nery.
Insurance Committee Chairman -
The squadron operates from
4 "provides aerial services -
Roland E. Byrd said that
to the fleet." That means Charleston around the Florida .
far west 4398.50 was paid to families
the for peninsular as as
squadron tows targets
"Sidewinder" practice, surfaceto Corpus Christl, Texas. VC 4 and beneficiaries of these mem- ,

air gunnery,assists NORAD, aircraft have also served with bers. This amount represents j
Borrowers & Life Savings Insurance -
provides the "Enemy" for interceptor the British gunners on the Bahamas I
on accounts held by these
and and with Operation Spring-
,
practice Just a-
men at the time of their death.
board in San Juan.
bout else including
anything necessary, -
occasional transportationof The men of the Cecil target Under the life savings contract .{
the beneficiary receives an a-
personnel.The unit have operated with the
N mount equal to that on depositat
squadron utilizes the F- 8 French, British, Italians Canadians I
and Dutch, well the time of death up to $2,000.
as as
crusader and the US2C, a pro- sleeve for practice
gunnery The borrowers contract infull
peller driven aircraft called keeping up with the U. S. Fleetin pays
the unpaid balance at the '
the Tracker or "Stoo(". The Key West, St. Petersburg,
t
Crusader tows bright ornage Pensacola New Orleans,and the time fo death, on a membersloan
Jacksonville up to $5,000.00. ,
opareas.
missile shaped targets for"Sidewinder"
interception. Squadron officer in chargeis 11 )
Lcdr. Nell M. Nokes. He Is
Flares on the rear of the tar- r
get provide the heat.for the Side- a veteran of the P2V Neptune THESHAMROCK
winder's sensors. F2H Banshee F4 Phantom

The target is carried under CIA Trader, A6 Invader rry _

the wing of the plane and is A4 Skyhawk and the Al Sky i (

played out by a reel of line up raider among others.He .
to 30,000 feet long. has been with VC 4 since

The "Stoof", a two engine June of this year and has added TERRACE
the F 8'Crusader and the US2C I
towing vehicle, carries .a' Mark SAN JUAN

23 surface to air,gunnery Tracker to his record. at NIBLICK
target called the "sleeve" VC 4 is located In Hangar

"Sleeves" look much.like wind 67 or can be found on the line r HM .I
encamped in a bright red shack Y, 162 Bedrooms
socks and operate in the same
Garden
readily visible from 10.000 feet. Type Country Apartmentswith Club


VA-15 Pilots/ Score Kitchens atmosphere equipped with G-E

Ranges & Refrigerators
I Individual Air Conditioningand '

On Deck In BattleCommander Heating by G E Jfe
VC-4 target for F-8 "Crusader" Drapes Furnished "
Walt to Wall Carpeting and

of Vietnam Campaign Medal Large Swimming Pool ,

the Navy Expeditionary Medal r WANT ADS WILL/ SELL FOR YOU I PHONE 384 4406
the American Theatre Campaign

Medal, the World War II Victory

Medal, the Navy Occupation .
Medal the Armed Forces Expeditionary -

Medal, and the Navy J

Expert Rifle Medal Additionally '
Commander Carr has a :
Silver Star Medal 3 Distinguished I ..
..$ .
Flying'Crosses and 6 ., j f 0 YES, WE ARE. .,.tt... I
Air Medals pending.He FRIENDLY HERE AT

is married to the former .
WESTSIDE ATLANTIC BANK
I\ Miss Patricia Ann McDonald of ,
1 Minneapolis, Minnesota. They BUr
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1z 1 m i iI 'now reside at Quarters "NNAS
Cecil Field Florida with their

I a four children, Kelly ((10)), Moira ..I

'((9)), Kevin ((7)), and Bridget ((4)).


When Lcdr.,.Peter Van R.Scho-
Kelly 'Carr, the
effel from Florida
Naples ,
Commanding Officer of Attack
engaged the number three cross
Squadron 15, is shown manninghis
deck pendant on the USS Intrepid
aircraft to lead another major -
September 13, 1967, in the.
strike North Vietnam.
over ,Gulf ,of Tonkin, it was his 600thA
Commander Carr is the"Fighting -
-.4 arrested landing on the
Irishman" of the"Fighting I"
USS Intrepid. Lcdr. Scoeffelis
and the leader of .the VA 15"Valions" ,.
currently deployed to South-
who .
arc currently on
o 0 east Asia as a member of Attack 1.5.
their: second combat tour to
Squadron 15. This is his
Southeast Asia. -
second combat tour and fifth
Attack Squadron 15 is the"Bestin
deployment in USS Intrepid. He
the West" and a componentof is a veteran of over 150 combat L LOAN DEPT
Carrier Air Wing 10 led by
missions He attributes a great
Commander Kenneth Burrows.
deal of this achievement to the
The squadron; is currently em-
maintainability of the sturdy lit-
barked the USS VCS-
in (
Intrepid
tle "Skyhawk" and! the oustanding -
11)). maintenance of the squadronhe's
Commander Carr became the
been attached to.
"Head Lion" in February 1967.

He has been awarded 3 Air Medals Pete began his marathon per-

the Navy CommendationMedal formance in 1958 when he reported x V.
to VA 66 on Intrepidand -V
with combat "V". the National -
Defense Service Medal with took part in three Mediterranean -

two bronze stars, the Republic deployment


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Career opportunities in line management, purpose ..
staff or technical positionsin 0

the Home Office of a major insurance company


Starting salary for Bachelor's Degree $7314 per year, MdaA

higher for Master's Degree W1LP/a


Also excellent ooportunities in Group Insurance Sales & Service


For more information, -

call Mr. Loverj or Mr. Weaver

398.8711, Personnel Dept., 8:30.4:30, Mon. thru Fri. 4328 BLANDING BLVD. At Harlow Blvd. OPEN Fri. until l 8 P.M. Member F.D.I.C

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I FOIGIUM1 Q PN1 Robert L. Diller was recently -
named Serviceman of the
Month at NATTC. He has worked
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.. Promotion T-Jj-J:

Openings zI I CivffSkeEJ I



AnnouncedThe Weatherford Praised for


merit promotion oppor- l Cost Cutting SuggestionDonald
tunities listed below are currently I ;It
open for receipt of applica- 4. '
tions. The area of considerationand O. Weatherford, fire by removing the bad components,
closing date of each bulletinIs t control equipment shop, avionics which could consist of no more
as shown. division, Naval Air Rework Faci- than two 5%/ carbon resistorsand
:MPB No. 72 67 Plan DGrade ..; ; lity, received $700 for his bene- one special diode.
levels\ GS 4 and below; MPB ficial suggestion, "Cathode BiasAssembly' The cost of a new cathode bias
No. 79 67 Plan C ,all semI- *
-I c which will save the assembly averages $375 as compared
skilled positions pay level 7 and a government an estimated. .$17,900a to$75,which covers the overall -
below MPB No. 83-67 PlanB a \
; year. cost of repair and labor
all skilled positions pay The cathode bias is an elect- for the same unit. the new
level 8 and above. Area of 1 ronic component which is. used method saves $300 per assembly,
consideration: NAS, NARF 1 1t in a A45C Vigilante to supply Capt. C. T. Faulders, CO of
NARTU, COMFAIRJAX, Navy ;' i voltage necessary to operate the NARF, presented Weatherfordwith I
Commissary Stores, Jackson camera equipment aboard the the award.
,_.
ville. Applications will be accepted r aircraft.
at any time. A separate Capt. C.T. Faulders Jr., (L) presents Donald 0. Weatherford with a Weatherford suggested that WANT ADS
application Form 57 must be $700 beneficial award for money saving suggestion while C.G. Hart, instead of replacing these unitsin
filed for each position in which superintendent looks on. each aircraft they be repaired WILL SELL FOR YOU
Interested.
MPB No. 145 67 Lithographer

$3.58 sideration per Pressman; hour.nationwide., Area$3.30,of Appli-$3.44 con- w EX-MEMBERS (to be) OF THE ARMED SERVICES:

cations will be accepted throughthe
close of business Wednesday ; ... ,' ::
MOB No. 150 67? Inventory w -
Management Assistant, GS'7.. .\ ... ..

NARF Area of NARTU consideration COMF AIR: -NAS, ; .' k4 i;" > ?.?ri.tt < Wti1l ;tiI;;'i:? j I

JAX, Navy Commissary Stores, '' ':
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Jacksonville.be accepted through Applications the closeof will .; ':f,> ..: ::":. ;::.:::" :.,< > .'.' .

business Monday.
MPB No. 153 67 Electric : :
Accounting Machine'Supervisor
GS 5; MPB No. 154 67 :
Supervisory Computer Pro ib
gram, GS 12 MPB No. 155-
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Supervisor GS 4; MPB No. :
156 67 Teletypist,: GS 5. .
Area of consideration: NA, .:: :.'

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All applicants for' the above ,.:...:.: ;:s
positions must be career or car- ., .
eer .conditional! ,employees' of ,., ..' .. ':i.: .
the federal government. Appll "
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cations should be filed with .
IRD, NAS Jacksonville. For fur- ,
ther information regarding these r
positions, see the-copies of the
bulletins, or call ext. 2320, RecruitIng -
and Examining Branch, ,
IRD, NAS, Jacksonville, Fla. ;w .,..:':
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:_ LL Water/Survival: Training Saves Lives i .


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: __ "Time and time again water survival training{' has helped to
__ S save lives of pilots and crewmembers who were put to the test J'r -
___ \\-h when they had to ditch their planes,*"' commented BM1 James W.
Lewis, senior instructor of the NAS Jax water survival training
_
S.. -uI- program.
j.55 j- Pilots and crewmembers from naval air stations all up and down
S %
r : the eastern seaboard go through the water survival training course = ;
-. here. Every 24 months pilots and crewmembers must qualify in :
61 ( P the 12 phase training program and about 200 people take the course

____ __ each month. __ ____
r The training unit operates under the supervision of H.A. Bruceof ,, ____
I ?WW4A i the Operations Department. The training crew, headed by senior
,. p r- I- instructor BMl Lewis and! his assistant AN W.F. Havens, consistsof -
4/( five other qualified senior life savers. :
U :
--- : The training course consists of six different swimming\ tests
__ including 50 feet underwater, '75 feet through burning oil 50 yard :
__ concussion, 150 feet freestyle, 150 feet backstroke and a 15 minute ,
float or swim test. ___ 5-
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1 I The trainees also go through a simulated ditching and rescue phase .5' S
which gives them the experience of ditching\ and rescue procedures S
___ under simulated conditions. Here they learn how torelease the p
' parachute harness and use the.life vest and life raft. :
!_::7tI S Also in the ditching and rescue phase the trainees use the "Dil-
bert Dunker" and the "Helo Recovery" units.
The "Dilbert Dunker" is a cockpit pan of a plane which slides S
ADJUSTING THE HARNESS. .AN C.L. Lewis gets ready to be pulled a- .. down a ramp Into the water and tips upside down just as a ditched
cross the which simulates plane might do under actual circumstances. Here the '
I- pool a parachute being dragged by the wind. trainee learns' : ..HT
how to react and free himself from the submerged cockpit.As .
a safety precuation, two members of the training\ crew.?' with
diving gear and oxygen tanks wait at the bottom of the pool in case : j
the trainee encounters any difficulty in freeing himself.In ,
SPLASH! .The "Gilbert Dunker" hits the water and tips 5- S. _4 -. ...w 1964 the "Helo Recovery" unit was installed as part of the
upside down as a plane might do under actual circumstances. ___ S__ S training\ equipment. This was the first time tha Navy had used this
S _, 'J -.-. type equipment in an Indoor pool as part of the water survival trainIng -

S .5.; .. program. COMPLETING THE COURSE. .LCdr. Atherton leaves the
The "Helo unit consists of hull of
Recovery"
: READY FOR SPLASH DOWN. .When released, the "GilbertDunker" S p a a helicopterwith pool after finishing the 12 phase training program.
__ everything removed but the hoist and the wheels.
' ., I i is apparatus
slides down the ramp and hits the water, simulating *t *: 55 The wheels were l left t on because they are obstacles the rescue team
the ditching of a plane.t. S S S has to maneuver 'a person around while hoisting him into the heli

' --. :: copter.Over the years the water survival training program has provedits {I Roosevelt; }][ CAR WASHOPEN

5;. ,, 5.. importance many times.To give just one of the many examplesof 1 Mall.
'ij'ijS 5-' how the program has been of benefit,the following happened in
BIG CHIEF S 55 S'5' S :____ May of 1966: MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM 5:30: PM
I5 The copilot of an S 2E which flew into the water during\ night
TIRE CO. ASW operations In his own words panicked momentarily and thoughthe FREE CAR WASH
would be trapped in the sinking wreckage. As he sat immobilized,

J '.S 555s.5 __* ., he gained.". self control by thinking, "It's' just like the Dilbert WITH/ 15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL
: Dunker. Then he went into action.He .
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tore open his lap belt and reached for the small handle just -
.. FI., .& above the wind screen. By this time he was submerged as far up SPRAWAX.' 50 5
NOW ONLY *
Par.... w :::: as his hands could reach. When, he couldn't't locatethe, ,handle, ,
t. R.t." he grabbed and found nothing above him.: Standing up and pushing S 'Located In Roosevelt Mall// Shopping Center,., '
I CPO WAITING FOR PICK-UP. .Trainees must learn how to 'inflate and properly off(with his feet, he escaped freely from the aircraft.As ----- -- _____ 5fl5 :- -- 1
.. Ow,., adjust the one>man life raft. he kicked, he pulled the right toggle of his life vest and felt
S '
S : .. .5 himself ascending. On the way up he bumped into a large pieceof c)_.o.o_ O04III_ 04IIIII O O"04IIIII O---o- .
; -.. .. own a wreckage which he had to fight away. He estimates he must have ..
Harold Parmfln Mayport -' -s- BYGARY Photos By been 15 to 25 feet below the surface when he escaped from the cock-, I t0f' \ ,

Walter Nolan .. Roosevelt '- HANG ONI.! .LCdr. Ray Atherton of the VA-44 squadron !1JOSN pit.After c '
Judy
Lou Weber Normandy)' from Cecil Field is lifted from the water in the "Helo-Re- WARD motorcycle? 80 minutes in the water, he was picked up by submarine.The i i1M'I i
covery" phase of the training.WESCONKETT : Andersen 1 survivor credits his successful escape and survival to the
""ff i "Dilbert Dunker" and swimming\ training two and a half weeks c
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SHOCKS FRONT OR REAR (pts. & labor) 12.9Sup \ Thursday: 9:30: a.m. 4:30: p.m. ,
DRAKE SHOES Any)' U. S. Car (pts.. '&'. labor) 10.95up for all your Fall expenses! School, new clothes, left-over bills, 0'S.. o Friday: 10:00: a.m. '"I> 3:00: p.m. 0
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Club Wives HappeningsNavy Club Jax # 86 NAS August Promotion Picture i I IRate


held a business meeting In their
clubhouse October 4. Part Fall' Promo % PNA Rate Part Fail 'promo'% PNA

Mrs. Leon Conley presidedover ACC 7' 7 0 0 .0 A02 4-;:. : 0 4 ,100. ;p
the meeting. 0 8 ,1 7' 86..0: ,
AC1 12 6. 6 .50 A03 : : t "
Robert L. Sanders
Mrs. was '
member.A AC 2 5 .',. 3',:' 2 40 0 AXC ,. 1-. l'' 0. o. .. 11,0.,
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initiated
as a new
discussion was held on the AC3 5 0 5 100 0 AX1 2 .1 1 50 ;,.,,,P.
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which is the main topic of interest '
the National Conventionnow ABH1 1 1 0 0 0 AZC ,,' 1". .1 0 0 I":0:
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National Conventionwere
the AE3 6 0 6 100 0 BM3 1' I .......; 11!. '. 0 0 0
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ATC 6 4 l' 17 1 BTC : .1 ; 1.\ lto' 0' Ot. -J l 0 i
Mrs. Bill Howard assumed the
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treasurer '
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NAS JAX _I Ad s41Ads

: Enjoy the beefeater's buffet today from 6 to 10 .
: : : :A.\1'Yl.:':{'
t and Saturday is the Champagne special deluxe
dinner for two plus a fifth of champagne or sparkling
$9.50 per couple. Dance to the music of Charlie Jay should be moiled tc the Holt Publishing' Company
evening from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Saturday evening features 1950 Blending Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida' 32210 to arrive'
from 8:30: p.m. till 12:30: a.m. Enjoy the buffet dinner not later than Tuesday for publication the following, Thurs
6 to 10 p.m. Foreign dish night is featured Tuesday day. Ad* arriving' too late for this deadline will be publishedthe
10 p.m. Dick McMeekin will be at the piano Wednesday following week unless the publisher Is instructed other-
to 10:30 p.m. Fried chicken is the dinner special that ivise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
be received' WITH the copy for the ad.


: Enjoy pizza tonight for $.75. Dance to the music of DO NOT SEND CASH
Arnold "4" tomorrow evening. A seafood special is RATE: Minimum chargo ((3 line*). . . 12.00
f. i evening. The Moonliters will appear Saturday evening. Pr additional tin* ((4 words per Ii".). . 0.50
steak for $1.65. Sunday brings on the sounds of ...
The dinner special for Tuesday is fried chicken and
( ) is featured Wednesday.
FOR RENT FURN. PT. FOR SALE PACKING BOXES
INN: Swing to the sounds of the Redcoats tonight, 2920 Dcllwood. 4 rm. & Bath, for moving. 15 each.Phone 355-
( ) and Saturday evening. The Nu Sounds will appear both $50 mo. Phone 355 6639. 8734 VAN'S 736 Dellwood Ave.
Sunday afternoon. Sunday evenlngbrings on the Muska-
to the tunes of the Wild Flowers Monday. The Six- SINGER IN 4 DR DESK FOR RENT OR FOR SALE '
( ) be on hand Tuesday. Wednesday features the Nu Sounds.! Like new, makes buttonholes, Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
through Friday is the "buy one -- get a second one for sews on buttons, fancy designs, FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
special. The specials for the week are hamburgers satin stitches. Bal. $43 or $5 Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret. "
onion rings and soda. They will be served from 5 to mo. Free home trial. 264 2411. Orange Park Realty.
Lunch specials are Monday hamburger steak, $.40, MORSE SEWING CENTER "-
Spaghetti $.65; Wednesday veal cutlet $.65; Thursday 1948 Blanding Blvd. 384 5821 1964 FALCON CONVERTIBLE
( ) $.65 Friday fish fillet((2)), $.65. They will be served New top, Battery, V 8, Auto-
to 3 p.m. "REAL ESTATE: We will help matic A 1. 781 1928.
you Buy, Sell or Invest.
( ) CLUB: Try the spaghetti dinner today, all you Bowen Real Estate, Realtor
$.75. Tomorrow is Oriental night. Dance to the music USN Retired 384 1376 k
that evening. The Tune Twisters will appear Saturday ATTRACTIVE POSITION: GOOD
( ) features the sounds of Dick Wilson. On October 19, DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC personality and appearance,
will host Wrestling, with "Bat Girl". Country western JOCKEY?? For information call: ready to accept position for pan
be played between bouts. 356 8351. Day or night. time immediately. Guaranteed
income, opportunity for advance-
BRAND NEW ZIGZAG ment, insurance and retirement ..
( Domestic sewing ma. out of laya plan available. For appointmentcall
) Be Creative way. Buttonholes, fancy designs 733-7776Mon.9 a.m.7 p.m.
'etc. Bal. $36.50 cashor
terms. ZIG ZAG FOR $30
. ( ) Your Own Want Ad 3 Lines Only $2.00 MORSE; SEWING CENTER Sewing Machine, makes button-
1948 Blending Blvd. 384 5821 holes, sews on buttons, etc.Cashor
terms. Call Credit Manager
( ) SAVE VOLKSWAGEN & 353 1946, Will deliver no
SPORTS CAR REPAIRS Comp- obligation. 1606 Main Street.A .
letely Guaranteed- Also rebuilt 1 SEWING MACHINE CO.
AUTO INSURANCE
engines Financing available .-
Call 771 1629 or 781 0684. LOST: Male, black cat with
All Ranks All Ages yellow eyes aboard the station

( ) STERO S SYSTEM HF FI RADIO' October ,7. Answers to the'tame
lOW RATES has the works, Original price of Happy. Reward will be offer-
able."J $199. Has balance$78 or assume ed. Call Ext. 2596 or 384-4290.

( ) EASY MONTHLY $8 monthly payment. A1 Ware- SINGER ZIG ZAG
house 1606 Main St.
Sews and looks like rew. "Does
PAYMENTS the works" Call 353 9977 "
FURN. 1 BR. APT. STEAM for free home trial. $39 or $5a
Heat 2902 Post Street $55 mo. mo. 505 W. Forsyth Street.
( ) INSURANCE 353 4631. Florida Sewing Machine Supplies

5 ROOMS FURNISHED 4229St. NEW ZIG ZAGS MADE BY White
UNDERWRITERS INC. Johns Ave., $50 mo. 354 Makes buttonholes Sews onbut-
5596. tons. Monograms $48 or $ 6 a
(Formerly' McDougall's Insurance month 353 9977.
447* Rttstvtlt llvrf. '311.77 3 BEDROOM 11/2 BATHHOUSE Florida Sewing Machine Supplies
For. Rent in Meadowbrook
""* Call Us Anytime TerraceOrange Park, 272 Noel NEOn ZIG ZAG "
Road Phone 264.4183.VOLKSWAGEN Makes buttonholes Sews on
buttons, Monograms Cash price
$35 or $5 a mo. Call 353 3433
'64 SEDAN for free home trial.
Bahama Blue One Owner Clean Florida Sewing Machine Supplies
as a pin, 387 5069.

1 & 2 BR FURN. APTS. CALL
771 9007 'or 398 4531. '
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HAIR STYLIST WANTED-GOOD
\ (Utilities included.)
\ Oppor. Apply Salon Capri1729
How Your Blvd.
Blending
I HONDA S 90 1965 RED IN.
: Showroom condition, has been ,
:llllIIIhI l\\\\\\ stored $275. 389 -
\,\: many extras
FOR SALE 4 RMs Furniture
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,"''rI"III\II: \ III .,:" r' 3551.
4'NLS TV &
':I\I\ 1! ''I Also Range Refrigerator.
721 0139.
LUGGAGE/UTILITY TRAILER-
LNG GROW Waterproof. idealforNavyfamily :
BARGINS IN AUTOMOBILES transfers; also car top luggage ;
CALL YOUR CREDIT UNION rack, waterproof. Phone 264 .
Ext. 2431 Elective No. 384 9839.
union Is a non-profit organization, owned by the 1391.
You pay yourself when you save Here Is how DISTRIBUTION OF MAYo '

can grow. FURN, APT. FOR RENT Glazes,Jacqulyn Strains & Blair

( ) Amount Saved 1 year 2 yrs 3 yrs 4 yrs 5 yrs Orange Park 2 BR, Children Sprays, Marx Brushes Minx
Weekly: and pets welcomed Will rent Products, Kemper Lock Xmas>
SI.00 (52 $104 (156 $208 $250 to TAD personnel or bachelors Lights and Supplies. Xmas
; $200 104 208 312 416 520 264 6884. greenware for your taste.
$500 260 520 780 1040 1300 PRISCILLA'S CERAMICS -

ATTENTION MILITARY I 771 7036 7121 Shindler Drive
PLUS: DIVIDENDS that conpoiid tack 6 BOiths. National organization needs 3

servicemen to work 18 to 20 ANNOUNCINGThe
hours a week -- off duty hour
% IVae'tiEedeitaeOREDIr earnings $60 to $75 a week Opening of Black Creek Hill'
,
unique 42 wooded waterfront
Must have car -- Married men a
pe erred For Info. Call 355- homesite area anyone can afford. ,
WWOflf 4834. Near Cecil and NAS These
;; lots have paving, curbs, gutters,
storm drains and purified water -
BLDG. 39 Cecil Field. Bldg. 26 systems Priced from $3,450. '
!39ler pose Ext 2431 Tel SP 1-3211 Et. 205 FREE! FREE! RABBITS! Big or Suitable terms Phone for brochure .
f Fri. 930.430: ) Hours Mon.. Fri. 8:30.3:00 little, Male or Female, Black, and lot lay-out.
White, and Brown. Ideal for Pets. PYATT. INC. R.E. Brokers
Phone 264-2573 day or night. 733-8872 or 355-2222




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WORTHY HOLT CASSON HUNTER lEE lUCRETIA

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MYi Syracuse vs Navy Navy Navy Syr. Syr. Navy Syr.

Army vs SMU Army SMU Army Army Army SMU

Missouri vs Colorado Colo. Colo. Colo. Miss. Colo. Colo.

Notre Dame vs So. Calif. ND ND ND ND ND HD

, Oklahoma vs Texas Texas Tex. Texas .Okla. Texas Okla.

Georgia vs Mississippi Ga. Ga. Ga. Miss. Ga. Miss.

Arkansas vs Baylor Ark. Ark. Ark. Bay. Ar k. .Bay.

Tennessee vs Ga. Tech Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tech.

Pennsylvania vs Dartmouth Dart. Dart. Dart. Dart. Pa. Pa.

I ...,.. Hofstra vs Temple Temple Hofstra Temple Temple Temple Temple

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Women of NAS Cecil Field and the Fernandina and Brentwood Touch

Country Clubs join together for a picture after playing in the .
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Invitational Golf Tournament Friday. Football
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Women's Golf Association
ReviewWeps

I Holds Invitational Tourney

VA174The r'i'zw
{ The NAS Cecil Field Women's Chairman Doris Shellman and ;!
I i Golf Association hosted their annual Irma Dudley cooperated in arranging previously undefeated VA
t Invitational Turnament for special prizes for the 174 "Hellrazors" suffered a
the Fernandina and Brentwood players. Along with awards given blunting blow to their sharp defense -
I Country Clubs Friday. for the Tournament Champion last Tuesday night when "
Joanne Synder, President oft and the Team Chamiopns, there Weapons edged past them 12 a
the Cecil Club, and Tournament were prizes given for the highest to 8.
overall score, the highest score Quarterback Snyden threw a
within a given team, the longest 35 yard pass to Fletcher for the 'I r.j i.
GIANT SWAP MEET .
drive on number 18 hole and touchdown during the first .
SHIPPING'OUT??.? the nearest to th e pin on num- quarter of the game. In the ',. .

Bring your furnitureand ber 4 hole. third quarter, Weapons struck d..... .gar
misc. items to sell
The Tournament Champion again with another pass to Flet-
Every Blandirta Sat.Drive 7 A.M.-in -Theatre 6 f\M. was Shirley Shave from Ferna- cher from Snyder for 6 more D. DeVille, of Cecil Field's Rod and Gun Club, and his son
Sun 1 P.M. 6 P M. dina Country Club with a lowgross points. The"Hellrazors" Leslie, share the day's adventures as they return home from
768-7058 or 768.4193 scorpt of 83. a touchdown toward the end of Dove Field Saturday.
the game, but it came too lateto

ning be position.a serious bid for the win- Hunting Season Opens


Weps, VA-45 Aboard Cecil SaturdayThe

Weapons strengthened their
whistle blew and the hunters with their dogs and. guns enteredthe
\ position last week by defeatingVA
corn filled fields to stalk their games.
45 by of 12
a score to
So it was Saturday afternoon when a whistle loud enough to be
0. Synder again spearheadedthe
heard all over the base blew at precisely 1 p.m. and signified the
attack, passing for two touch
of hunting aboard Cecil Field. .
opening season
downs for the Weapons team.Mc-
Approximately 60 hunters entered the hunting area throughoutthe
Falls, who was the receiver for
course of the day and returned at sundown with a bag of 84
the first touchdown
pass, was birds.
M b bIa superior in both offense and de-
fense. Many sportsmen brought retrievers with them to help ease the
I ktb problem of finding the game. D.Deville of the Rod and Gun Cub said
VA-45, VA-86 that the hunting was poor due to lack of birds, but hopes that the
weather will drive in more.
The VA 45 "Blackbirds" The NAS Cecil Field Rod and Club urges hunters to check in and
Ask how much loan will cost and edged past the VA 86 "Side- out with the OOD at the main gate. Many sportsmen are simply
your winders" Monday nightbya score going through the gate without parking and checking in with the OOD.
HFC will tell you-before borrowBefore of 12 to 6. The first touchdownscame They also remind hunters that they must wear their Rod and Club
you on a spectacular 82 yard badges while hunting in the Cecil Field area.
interception ran by Feris. At the present time, only Doves are legal abord NAS Cecil
you make a purchase, you naturallywant Coalfield made the next touch- Fieldand Saturdays are the only time for shooting them. Dove hunt-
to know the price. The same shouldbe down on a 4 yard interception. ing will be from 12 noon until sundown. each Saturday until the seasonIs

true when you borrow money. When you over.

come to Household Finance, HFC will tell ..------ .
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you in advance what your loan will cost. .. '. ..: .
The HFC Manager will answer any
OPEN SUNDAY
k__
questions you have to make sure you Ut1lJiA
understand everything about your loan.. ::. SMA

Remember, no matter what your need,
wherever you're stationed, there's an HFC AP A RntiNTS

office nearby, where you can get prompt,
understanding money help. A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY CONVENIENTLY

Every year, thousands of servicemen Wa f.*. them the VW 16 point Saiatf end Parfonaanea. Inspect LOCATED
borrow confidently from Household, because ion. Then wo tun.d up t1 ht.n.d. and placad ..."thlne that NEAR BOTH BASES
naadad It. And cuarantaad thorn 100%for the repair or rep lacam.nt
they like doing business with people who of all major mechanical parts* for 30 day or 1000 ml lea. Coma
on in and double check. Only Mn. to Cecil & NAS
know their business. If you need a loan, ENGINE 'TRANSMISSION "REAR AXLE FRONT AXLE
ASSEMBLIES 'BRAKE SYSTEM 'ELECTRICAL SYSTEM .
see HFC. You're always welcome.
71 UNITS

Cash. MONT tLY PAYMENT PLANS 67 VW FASTBACK AIR CONDo . . $2395 7,2 d 3

Yw Get 24 II U 6 66 VVf FASTBACK, Radio . . 5/895/ BEDROOM APARTMENTS

'I p yerlt pywrs p ymIs D.rartr 67 VW SEDAN. . . . . 5/750 .

$100 5.93 7.29 10.07 $18.48 66 VW SEDAN, Air Cone// . . $7795 ALL APTS HAVE:

200 300 11.86 17.79 21,88 14.59 20.14 30.21 36.97 55.45 66 VW SEDANS. . . . . 51500 WALL-TO-WALL

500 28.97 35,85 49.75 91.78 63 VW SEDANS. . . . . $950 CARPETS
680 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 62 VW SUNROOF . . . . .$895 .DRAP ES
CAin, compultd at 3% ."lluUHIT' 01ItINJIIld
a art
monthly lalancnol exceeding$300 66 VW KARMANN GHIA/ Convertible .5/945/ CENTRAL AIR & IIEAT
end 2% ." any wnatntitr. Tint xludutt u 63 VW UTILITY ROOM
bend,.prompt payment and indudeseharfa. KARMANN GHIA Coupe, Air Cone/ 57275 PORCH
62 VW KARMANN GH/A/ Coupe. . 57025 .
62 VW CONVERTIBLE. $995
HOUSEHOWFINANCE 63 VW DLX STATION WAGEN.* .' ." .V.Y/.Vjim Swimming Pool & Complete

63 CHEV. IMPALA SS LOADED. .. 57395 Laundry Facilities

Near Schools Both Private'

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Cedar Hills Shopping Center; PHONE 771-8844 .
1150 LANE AVE., S., Jacksonville, Fla. 781 5511
3734 Blanding Blvd.-771-9190 RESIDENT MGR.-APT 7
Open 8 to 8 Daily, Sat. 8 to 5 Open Sun.l 1 PM to 6 PM
3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 3984541Ask D. W. Priest, USN (Ret)

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Eight Intramural football games were played aboard the air station between October 3 and Monday.. Y.V

:CO 1FAIRJAX and FAETU continued to lead the American League with .15 -1 record while VAP-
62 and NARTU maintained their domination of the National League action.

r. VAP 62 knocked off the airmen .
': of the 679th Radar Squadron -
In second half play, end Bill scores. NARTU's *defensivewall
32 0 in October 3
: an Fertig blitzed for a safety againstthe anchored by Jim Crews and
t11t. Quarterback Don Jackson
: airmen. The 679th was heldto Leroy Oliver spent the afternoon \
passed to right end RayBadovinatz -
one first down and three in VP 30's backfield.
.. com-
for the first TD of the contest -
Hi and then connected with the pleted passes in the contest.
VW-4 BlankedIn pc-
In October 4 FAETU
games
for the after.
. Send"*"" Jackson again also connected point with blanked VP- 16, 8 0, and games 'this week, FAETU OJ
the Marine Barracks shut out picked up its second win in as
flanker Bob Cochran and left end
Medical 6-0. In the FAETU, many outings by blanking VW-4
Bob Franz for two more six -
VP 16 the 22-0 Monday night.
contest trainingsqtad's
the first half.
during
pointers defensive contingent FAETU got two quick pointson ( i
Defensive end Greene
Wayne
scored all the points a safety by Jim Kershaw and g .
picked off a 679th pass and rac- Center Bill Leahy scored a then QB Jay Derrick hit Joe SILVER LEAVES-Lt.Col.Rich' .

ed 35 yards for another photo safety and Bob Sandone inter- Helmkamp for a TD. ard L. Hyland, CO Marine Bar-

score. Cochran and Badovinatz cepted a VP 16 pass and ran Bob Sandone and center Bill racks, was promoted to his present Can: You
both the end
were on receiving for the other score. Leahy caught Derrick aerials rank at ceremonies October
of Jackson passes for the other for the other two FAETU scores.In 3. Pinning on the colonel's new TAKE YOUR CAR
two VAP 62 TD's.Top Snags Three the other Monday contest insignia are Capt. M. J. Stack WTH YOU?

The 679th picked up a win a Patrol Squadron 16 defeated CO NAS Jax and the colonel's For Financing' and Insurance
Two Teams week ago today with a 20 0 Marine Barracks 16 4. 17-year-old' son, Craig. Also Stateside and Overseas. Call
blanking of FICEUR. All threeof present were Captains JosephM.
the Air Force TD's wereon Dwyer and Roger S. Bride, DYER M. BURR
Try for FirstTwo passes from Frank Chiodo to MAD Pistol Team who is holding Jeff, the colonel's GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES

flanker Jim Blomingdale. The eight month old son. Craig FINANCE CORPORATION
grid squads are tied for radar squadron's defense intercepted Attends Local MatchThe was recently named to the semi- and

first place in the Naval Air.Tech-, four FICEUR aerials. Marine Air Detachment finals In the 1967-68 National INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
nical Center's The VP 30 Merit Scholarship competition.He .
Training intramural same evening INSURANCE COMPANY
pistol team, which has been scoring -
National League. scored two touchdowns on the high in recent pistol is a student at Forrest High 5615 Tlmuquana' Rd. 771-0527
MAD AO Personnel and Navy way to a 12 0 win,over MARTD compe- School.
tition failed to come up with a
Support both sport 3-0 records Quarterback Buddy Rambo con-
winner the Southern Fall
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and tangle this afternoon for top nected with end Norman Elder Match in Jacksonville October 1. oooooooooooooooooo

.spot in National League stand- for aerial strikes of 12 and SSgt. Ronald J. Christiansen Service i Men Welcome -

Ings. 15 yards. finished 8th in the .22 caliber
Support has.tallied 62 points inv NARTU Wins marksmanship class with a 259 Vi price admission any time
three contests, while the Marines of 300. In the presentation of
out a possible upon I. D.Open7DaysA.
have scored 57 points against The tables were reversed for national match course competition !

earlier opponents. VP 30 the following eveningas teammate Cpl. James O. Week
.' In NATTC American League the squad was drubbed 26-0
Taylor placed 10th in the time
action, MAD AE #1 and AEA 726 in a makeup game with NARTU. fire class.In .
are going into the middle of the Chuck Pittman connected with the center fire competition

season with identical 2-1 center Marlin Brandt for two (.32 caliber and above), Chris F8
NARTU and tossed TD
records. tallies a
tiansen shot 231 out of 300 fora
MAD Permanent Personnel has aerialto ends Ed Owensbyand ninth.

picked up two straight wins averaging Chuck Nipper for the other The ,45 caliber class found
,
23 points per game. two Reserve Training Unit
._ ._ou___ ___ still another Marine firing high Roosevelt IM.
------ but low.
finishing Cpl. John
II. Sink fired 169 out of a possible (Next to Roosevelt Mall)

200 in the timed fire event,while 384-3481
!! Christiansen placed 6th in the

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It Retired Captain Captures NAS Golf Tourney with 71l#... '


By JO I Chuck Schroycr and Gary Holmes tied at 147 the prizes in bunday's link act- 80 158. John Andrews 78/ 90 169. George Mason 83/
I Retired Navy Capt.Fr.nkHey-! after 36 holes in the championship -' ion.The 81 159. Jeff King 78/82 87 170. K. Hoydic 84/881
er shot a one under par 71 flight and Holmes took top four finishers,and 172. Al Marshall 85/89> 174.
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second with a 25 foot birdieon scores of the amateur competition 160.Third Ken Nield 78/
f Sunday to capture the top spot flight: Seventh flight ( low net) : Ro
t in the air station's 27th anniversary the first hole of a sudden are: 82 160. Bob Page 7886164.. bert Kirk 133. Capt. M.J. Stack
golf tournament. The death playoff. Final Results Al Selman 78/86 164 Jim Pot- 137. J. Stone 139. R.F.Falken-.
\, captain was four shots off Bill NAS Commanding Officer Championship flight: Frank ter 79/85 164. stein 143. "
I Catlett's opening day score witha Capt. Martin J. Stack madehls Heyer 75/71 146. Jim Kinder Fourth flight: Ed Dawson 76/ ". Pro Am TourneyAn
75, and carded a 75 71 competitive golf debut and placed 7374147.. Gary Holmes 85 161. Al Hospers 78 / 86 18 hole Pro Am tour-
146 over 36 holes in the two second in the seventh flight witha 71/76 147. Bill Catlett 70/ 164. Dr. Vicent Puleo 80/86 nament was held Friday preced
'/ day event. low net 137. Captain Stack 78 148. 166. Red Westmoreland 83/ ing the air station's weekend
t Catlett: shot a two under par recently took up golf and has a First flight: Bob Ricker 83 166. amateur action and was won by
70 Saturday, but dropped to 78 28 handicap., 75/78 153. George Herider Fifth flight: Ken Strickler the Starke Fla.Country Club
on the final day for a 148 total Playoffs for places in six of 77/78 155. Daley Goff 77/ 78/86 164. Gene Nelson 81/: team.
and fourth place. Jim Kinder the seven flights decided who got 80 157. Joe Van Vactor 77/ 87 168. R. E. Stokely 80/ Led by professional Herb Her:
, 80 157. 88 168. Jessie Morris 82/ res, Bill Epps Bob McRae
Second flight:" Lyle Quamme 87'- 169. and John Watson netted 58 and.
7276148.. Chuck Milam 78/ Sixth flight: Mel Collins 79/ $154 for Herres.

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Please send free Hamilton prospectus-booklet. 2.0-104098 1tarE $1695 $1795

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As\0 ism eGuaranteed cr Mlle.gct Tubeless Black Tubeless Black 'Tubeless Black Tubeless Black

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We'Deal nw tyre \sae Prk' ALL PRICES PLUS fEDERAL EXCISE,TAX AS SHOWN SMOOTH TIRE l1FF YOUR CAR
Adjuetme 6001 1.38 10413()() _. 1.7S 1.84
650 1.56 600 645-14 1.71 1650.695-1 1.86 600'68515 1.70 65.15() 1.84

on all the new
HO LIMIT ON TIME! NO LIMIT ON MILEAGE FOR THESE TIRES!

1 GUARANTEED COAST-TO-COAST AGAINST ROAD HAZARDS-

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PREMIUM X190 RUBBER $ 50

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Oldsmobilestfofce : :. Correct Caster
4 for 4990Look and Camber
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American .Check Steering
Car Only -
like NEW Run like NEW! Torsion Adjustment
PRICE INCLUDES FED. EXCISE TAX $200 Extra Adjust Toe-in
AND WHEEL BALANCE PLUS EXCHANGE
Guaranteed Round and to Balance WIDE TREAD RECAPSPREMIUM

CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE I Guaranteed Satisfaction or your Money Back .
If you want your present tires recapped we 95 EchPlus
will loan you 1 or 4 tires while we do thla. UNIROYAL $17
-, On. day service.. Exchange
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Cove Springs, Florida Y X-190 _

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