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VOL. 25 NO. 26 v.s.MAVM.MKITWON.jACKsonviLLe./ SEPTEMBER 21. 1967 :t I

,'"{,.t.b"-S.> Combined Federal Drive Starts; ;

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x Exchange Workers Give i $5,000Navy

Exchange employees got Capt. D.A.Hempson chairmanof
the air station's 1968 Combined the Navy combined campaign ;
Federal Campaign off to an early i also spoke at the meeting and "
start Tuesday morning during the Chaplain R. Harrison offered ;*
drive kickoff meeting at King a prayer for the success of the ;*
4 Hall.It W program. .,:
a was the third year in a row The campaign ends October 28. .
that Cdr. Fred Schanze pre .M4t In a message to federal employees "
sented a check to the campaign and military personnel, :
chairman during the opening ses President Johnson said of the ..
sion. Commander Schanze presented drive "There is yet no end
J a $5,000 check to RAdm.H. in sight in our struggle against

H. Caldwell on behalf of 317 poverty, disease and human
exchange employees. suffering. This ,very day there
Admiral Caldwell addressed are millions of people in our
local commanding officers,cam- nation and in other lands who
x paign chairmen and keymen at need the helping hand of our '.'
the King Hall meeting, pointingout voluntary health and welfare or- f.
i that local military men and : ganizations. These organizations !
government employees show __; are the'partners of each of us in .
, their interest in the development FIRST CHECK -Coiiimo rf r our efforts to fight illness, hun-
FLAG PASSING .- Colonel James (right) accepts Marine Corps and Welfare the Jacksonville, Schanze presents first donation gar and dispalr,and to open avenues -
flag from Colonel Sullivan and command of Marine Aviation De- giving totheannualcam- to annual drive to Admiral of hope and opportunity.
tachment during traditional paign. Caldwell. "While we protect freedom a-
ceremony. The two star officer told the broad we can strenghten free-
keymen that they make such Agencies, and Don Callendar of dom at home through our support
Marine Det. Gets New CO; drives successful when passingthe the Project Hope office in At- of the voluntary agencies which
word on the worthwhile work Janta, who represented the In participate in the Combined Fed-
done by agencies supported by ternational Service Agencies. eral Campaign.? ."

i 3 Decorated at Ceremony campaign funds.
This is the third year that a Officers
, combined campaign has been con Navy Urges
Lt. Col. Albert E. James assumed command of the Naval Air ducted to support 40 separate 'I
Technical Training Center's Marine Aviation Detachment and three which
organizations get money
other Marines were decorated during ceremonies at Yorktown from the International Services To Stay on Active Duty

p Parade Grounds September 14. Colonel James relieved Lt. Col. Agencies, Rational Health A- -

t.. John W. Sullivan who had commanded the' gencies and the .JacksonvilleArea The Navy Is asking officers In failed the selection for promotion -
Marine Aviation Detachment for 25 months. United'Fund.The pay grades 0-3 to Oto remainon will be retalnd on active
Before relinquishing commandCol nel Sulli, combined yearly drive was active; duty in 'Order to fill duty for' one year, unless ,other ,
r" ". van ,decorated ,1st\ .:..Robert".Er: .Harris ,and, proposed and.initiated in order to ,anticipated shortages in the three Vise'requested. Y J.
, Sgt. Lawrence J. White with the Navy Com- give federal employees the chanceto ranks., Lieutenant commanders of the
mendation, Medal. Cpl. Craden M. Thompson voluntarily support the participating Bureau of Personnel Notice regular Navy who have twice failed -
received silver'stars in lieu of the 17th through$ agencies once a year.' 1920 outlines certain categoriesfor the promotion selections and I
19th Air .Medals. ,Colonel James reported for Prior to the combined drive, the officers who wish to voluntarily are subject to mandatory retire-
. duty here following a year with the 1st Marine organizations conducted individual extend their active duty' ment as of June 30, 1968 will
Air Wing in Vietnam. The colonel was stationed -' campaigns. oblIgation be selectively offered retentionon

.. here once before. He underwent fighter Robert L. Millius, chairmanofthe Eligible to remain on active active 'duty in 'a retired status
operational training at the air station in 1944.' L T. HARRIS Jacksonville United Fund duty as outlined in the notice are until jtune 30. 1970.
A 25 year' Marine veteran, Colonel Sullivan spoke at the Tuesday meeting officers who are subject to release All lieutenants' who have twice ..
t has been ordered to report to the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing in and outlined various programs retirement, mandatory failed the promoion selection and '
\ ,Vietnam. His family will remain in the Jacksonville area during carried out by several agencies retirement or reversion under are scheduled for release as of
his Vietnam tour. Lieutenant Harris, who is currently assistant which are supported through the current instructions. June 30. 1968 will selectively
liaison officer to the Aviation Ordnance School, was died for .United Fund. Reserve commanders and lie- offered extensions of active duty. .
meritorious service while attached to Marine Other speakers included Rob- utenant commanders including Regular lieutenants remaining r
Aircraft Group 11 In Vietnam. While en Mallard of the National Health TARs who are due to be released on 'active duty will ,be offereda
serving a year tour in the Southeast Asian as of June 30, 1968, will be commission in the Naval' Re-
t republic the lieutenant was credited with super retained on active duty unless they serve. :
! vising the assembly and delivery of over 38,000 Eighteen Hiked request release or retirement;
tons of ordnance under adverse conditions. 1
t Reserve commanders and lieu-
Under Lieutenant Harris' direction, ordnance' commanders who are not
personnel delivered 150 tons of, ordnance in Off. September tenant eligible for retention will be not- 'I OO$ rn : i I j
.. four hours during a monsoon rain last Decem- ified by the Chief of Naval Per-
ber, 31. "His technical knowledge of
superior: sonnel at least four months priorto
f t" aviation ordnance was instrumental in the Promotion Cycle their scheduled release date. .
.. success of Operations Hastings Hickory and WHITE Lieutenant commanders In the EDITORIALS.' t. tj:- ., 2 '.
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'I Union. according to the citation which Advancement certificates were Chaplain Corps who have failed : '.", : : '
accompanied the medal. Another Marine ordnance expert, Sergeant presented to 18 NAS personnel twice to be selected for commander NATTC. .. T':. 'I I., ,: :. '. ...4
White received his medal for actions while attached to Marine
and who have I
Monday morning by Cdr. H.L. not completed
Attack Squadron 214. The sergeant ,was credited with, "testing
I. Donald Jr. during a promotion 18yearsactiveservicewiUbe CIVIL ISERVICE . .'S
. : and loading over 100 Jet Assisted Takeoff bottles" in one day mat ceremony.The released to inactive duty. r .... ,
against contributing to 50 successful sorties, II 18 advancements part However, those specifically recommended FEATURE. .. .. 'Page 6" 7
the enemy. Sergeant White was decorated ? ,
of the 222 authorized promotionsfor by the Chief of Chap '. K '

tion to detail"for "exceptional while helping competence his squadron and atten-meet NAS Jax personnel off the lains and approved by the Chief ..MOVIES. *, .. .". \ ',:'.9
The of Naval Personnel be retained ,
February Navy-wide exams. may ; ,'f ''',f

who ordnance was recently requirements.discharged Corporal from the Graden.Corps, .the last February group of advancements test series will off Commanders on a year-to-year and lieutenant basis. 'WANT ADS. . :" .; ',.[ "' 9

received the silver stars iri lieu of the Air
month. commanders in status "
become effective next temporary
r''.. Medals for service while a gunner aboard a 10
Results from the August exams who as of June 30, 1968
Marine in Vietnam. -Graden is
_ helicopter nowworking
should reach the station early "
in Jacksonville. _the decorations :,\ ,
) Following October. ,* > .. Wo'
and the changing hands of the Marine ..4':"; '
Personnel being advanced this :
Corps flag, symbolizing the passing the ,:
month and their new rates are:
'command of unit MAD passCPL.. THOMPSON ;
I. a Corps personnel RMC D. A. Bivens, Commun- t
ed in review.
. ications; RM1 R. S. Breedlove.- ,

' West Gate Closes for Road Construction Work Communications. AMD; ADRl; ADJ1 T. C. Mor-L. J.Knlef. ,'"

rison Air Ops; DPI E. E. Plant
The West Gate, adjacent to Ortega across from the Capitol Cement Data Processing; SD2 E. Gonzales r j! :
Hills Drive, normally used Company on U.S. 17 will be open BOQ; AMH2 B. Mahrenolz i
by motorists heading south from from 6 to 8:30 a.m. and from 3 NARF. L A lc
the station ,will be closed to all until 5:15 p.m. Also AC3 F. E. Atkinson Air I
traffic beginning today. Motorists are being asked to Ops; YN3 C.M. Brooks Officer .
F Station Security Officer LCdr. use Allegheny Road for travelto Records; DP3 A. J. Brown, Data ..
D. W. Moore said the gate Is and from the Swam Road Gate. Processing; ADJ3 R. J. Carls n.
S closed due to major road construction Allegheny is the first northsouthroad Air Ops;AX3 R.Coppinger,AMD: ...
t in the area. The gate inside the main gate. Motor- PN3 M. Enriquez. MPO; MU3D. FORRESTAL ARRIVALS Nine' damaged aircraft from the

should be reopened to traffic ists should proceed along this K. Fritz, Band; ADJ3 J. T.Gianltsis. USS Forrestal arrived at the Naval/ Air Rework Facility Mondayfor
September 29. route to the road barricade then Air Ops; ADJ3 B. E. .
This A.4E hawk of the first
The Swam Road Gate, located right on Swam Road. Left and Leonard and R. D. SchwerA m. repairs. Sky was one planesto

just south of the West Gate and right i turns:will. ,.be authorized.! and AX3,J. G., Semivan, Supply. .be. .worked. .on, .at the. ,repair facility.

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2 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER September 21, 1967

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Education PaysYou ROMAN CATHOLICSt. r V

Edward's Chapel

turn on your radio and you hear the announcer say, "Rem
- 9 a.m. i
ember, to get a good job, get a good education." As you drive along and 11 a.m. :.-,
the highway you see billboards with the slogan "Higher education DAILY MASS11:30a.m.. J f.;
pays higher salaries." Every place you gothere are signs, posters, SATURDAY MASS -9:00 a.m. _'. '\
stickers, matchbooks, etc. prodding people to get a good edification. t
- Saturday
Today, a higher education is needed more than ever just to 5 5:30 p.m.7-7:30 -1-uI 'Jit'{ ; : (
compete in this fast moving world of computers and sophisticated p.m. p.m. .

machines and equipment of all types. .t ,. ,
You've heard people say, "He's a self-made man! He quit schoolat U.S. Naval Hospital r t i' ,,
an early age, got a job and today he's making big money and,is ,.. ". ::1:
the president of the company!" Well, this might have happened SUNDAY MASS'8 a.m. :' .
back in the "good old days,"but today you have a mighty slim chanceto : '
advance without a good education. 'Ir !'i .
Over 50 per cent of the people now looking for employment, PROTESTANTAll : 'U I
and FINDING it, have had at least one year of college! The people I ___ _

with the highest amount of education are getting the higher paying Saints Chapel CAPT. NORMAN R. BERREE, assistant chief of staff for the Chief of

jobs.Employers Naval Air Training, NAS Pensacola, Fla., swore his son, Norman
can afford to be choosy because there are so many DIVINE SERVICE10 a.m. G. Berree, into the Navy's Aviation Reserve Officer Candidate pro-
people who do have a good education. Experience alone is not a SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 a.m. gram at NARTU, Jax, Sunday. Young Berree i a sophomore, major-
pre-requisite for a good job anymore. The person with a high school Chapel Amex Bldg. 722CHURCH ing in history, at Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Fla.
diploma will get the job over the "drop out," the college graduatewill SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
get the job over the person with a high school education, and so Chapel Center, Bldg. 751

forth.The serviceman of today has a greater opportunity to further his WEDNESDAY Choir Rehersal - 7 p.m. Accident ReportFor
education than ever before. What's more,he can complete high schoolor THURSDAY
attend college at the same time he is fulfilling his military ob- Young Adult Group 7 p.m. -
ligation. Christian Science Service the month of August statistics with 418 injuries and four
Just recently the I Department? of Defense raised the education . r.5 p.m. show traffic accidents that fatalities. The estimated cost
tuition assistance for 6ff duty servicemen. A new limit of 75 per SECOND MONDAY of Each Month occured in Duval County were of property damage resulting
cent of tuition costs has been established. The Education Services Chapel Women's Guild back up from the July count. from August's accidents was
the information tuition for The from the $289,666.So .
office has all specific concerning costs - -9:30a.m. monthly report
different colleges and other education programs.The (Chapel Center) Duval County Patrol shows that far this year, there have
next time you hear or see the slogan, "To get a good job, for the month of August, 1967, been 4,803 accidents, with 2,733
get a good education," REMEMBER-- through your naval career U.S. Naval Hospital total accidents amounted to 699, Injuries and 46 fatalities.
and throughout your life you'll need all education you can get justto
compete. Top Five Accident Locations
No. Location Total Fatal Injured Damage
New Law Increases

Traffic 1I 1# I Beach Boulevard 54 0 38 $24,715

Veteran's BenefitsPresident
1## 2 Atlantic Boulevard 46 I 49 $25,677
Johnson has signed into law the Veterans' Pension
and .Readjustment Act of 1967, which will, he said, "keep faith
1 113# University Boulevard 28 0 15
with this generation ,of our ,servicemen" and show those servingIn following is a report of $14,450II
Vietnam and elsewhere that.America:: does not forget." ..motor vehicle accidents and traffic -

The new bill increases: the benefits for veterans of the Vietnam. era' violations for, the period 1# 4 Blanding Boulevard 24 0 15 $11.740'I
as well as for older veterans. 'September, 1218.. .
The new law designates a Vietnam veteran,as one who has,serve Number of AccidentsThis
afterAugust( 5, 1964, and provides compensation at Week ----------9
on or 1## 5 Ed&ewood Avenue, 19 0 13 $9,075
time rates for veterans of this period. Total Accidents this year through
The bill also qualifies them for nonservice-connected pensionson September 18 - -266
the same basis .as 'older veterans and makes their'widows and Number of Accidents through 6
Parking Lots 80 0 $11,890
children eligible) for nonservice-connected benefits. September 1966268
Other major provisions of the bill provide veterans more moneyto Total number of days since
assist them in continuing their education. New entitlements:: give last injury in a motor vehicle
single men $130 a month, $155 for those with one dependent, $175 ,accident - ------9 Rating Central Desk Exp...ds
for those with two dependents and and additional $10 each month for Number of ViolationsThis
each dependent over two. Week - - -32 The Rating Control desk ters Is permitted. Official requests -
It also- extends the type of training for new jobs'and skills under Speeding -------2 system has become so success- must continue to be sent
the 1966 GI Bill for which a veteran may receive payment. Going through Stop Sign -1 ful, the bureau of Navallersoo- via appropriate channels.
Veterans of earlier. periods were not forgotten in the new law Other Violations29 nel has expanded the program to Below are listed the new rating -
which extends the cut-off date on eligibility for World War II Twenty Six drivers ap include all enlisted ratings. control desks with their appropriate -
GI Loans to July 25, 1970. Other benefits are extended to veteransof peared before the Traffic Hearing Rating Control is .a manage- personnel number:
other conflicts,' from the Spanish-American War to the Vietnam Board at the meeting held ment concept which assigns to Pers-B2131, SS, Nuclear Power,
conflict. (AFPS) on Tuesday. Disposition of the specific desks within the bur- MT, Pers-B2132, group VIII
r cases included following:Nine eau responsibility for'' certain (CB) ratings, Pers-2133, CT and
Chapl'' ins ,were assigned to completed an personnel actions for a specific security groups, Pers-B2134 ,
Message eight' hour course in remedial rating. MU, Pers-B2141, AX, AT, AQ,
driving at NATTC; Eleven received Each rating group desk is head AE, TD, AV, Pers-B2142, AD,

When Booker T Washington applied for admission to Hampton suspensions; Six were ed by a rating control officer AM, PR, AZ, AF, Pers-B2143,
Institute there was some question about receiving him. He tells given warnings; Three dismis- .and manned by senior enlistedmen AB, A0,AS,PT,PH,Pers-B2144,
the story himself. "Having been so long without proper food, bath sed; one referred to commanding including one or more of AC, AG, Pers-B2151, YN, PN,
and a change of clothes I did not make a very favorable impression." officer for possible discip- the associated ratings.In LI, PC, JO, Pers-B2152, DK,
He waited sever} hours f his,case:;tobe tiiSC ssed. Then when the ,linary action. Twenty Six addition, the rating con- SK, AK, CS, SD, SH, Pers-2153,
for drivers were assessed27 traffic trol officer advises on various SM. QM. HM, DT, Pers-B2154-
head teacher came ID; jdjd pot t give him; pencil and paper j She '
'points. requests received by the bureau MM, EN, BM, BT, BR MR 4
gave him a broom and told him tp t weept;theE classroom -- -And sweep ,
he did -- every square irich' of the'room three times, and every piece from individuals or commands. 'Pers-B2155,EM,1M,OM,1C,PE, I
of furniture he dusted four times. When the teacher came to inpect Buy U.S. ,!!;. .:? ".. Direct liaison by telephone, Pers-2156, SF, DC, PM, ML,
his work she wiped the benches with her handerchlef, then rubbed SavingsBonds -.l personal letter or visit with this DM, Pers-B2161, FT, GM, Pers-
her handkerchief over the woodwork, but found no dirt. Booker was j,'J I desk by individuals or commands B2162, ST, TM, MN, Pers-B2163,
accepted into the college. "The sweeping of that room was my concerning Informational mat- ET, DS, Pers-B2164, RD, DP,

college examination .- 'and ,I have always felt that this was the Pers-2165, RM, CYN.Correspondence .
best one I ever passed." ,
This trouble with real examinations is that in concerningSN
most come FN
and AN personnel will
just this fashion-- unannounced and at unscheduled times.The neighbor -= 7 be under the congnizance of Pers-
: judges, the family next door, not by their behavior at a party B2U.
on the front lawn but by the Voices she hears when their back dooris
open. The church member is not scored by the scripture he can
repeat at prayer meeting but by the way he conducts his businessor The J AX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Four Go To Prep SchoolThree
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station
treats people on a different soclallevel. Every problem of every ,
day is a short test from which God computes our spiritual rating. Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing Company, former Jacksonville '
a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX Marines and one NATTC sailor .1
AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Office
Nivy Excknge Offers ChrfstMis Liyiwiy Plop Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 10:00 noon on Monday were among more than 280 Ma- 1.
rine Corps and Navy personnel
before publication. News items are welcomed from, all
sources Telephone 772 3118 or" 3119. selected by the Secretary of the !
The Navy Exchange is now letic goods, jewelry and uniform Navy to attend the Naval Prepa-

offering a Christmas layaway and uniform accessories. Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries ratory School: atBainbridg -.t-.1d., 1
plan.Payment Payments for items other than concerning such should be directed to: as candidates for appointment
for toys purchased toys may' be spread over a
the Naval
to Academy. y
Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blandinf Blvd. 1
may be spread over a period of period of 60 days as follows: The three Marines,Pvt.Robert
90 days, provided that final pay- payment of one third when the Jacksonville Fla. 32210 Telephone 368 2755. W. Coats, LCpl. John A. Hinson,
ment Is made by December 15. merchandise is selected; an additional and LCpl. Steven A. Thomschef-:
Other departments offering one third within 30
VOL. 25 NO. 26 SEPTEMBER 21, 1967 sky were attached to the Marine
and and the balance within 60
layaway plans are cameras days Air Detachment, and AA WilliamE.
photographic' accessories days from the day that the selec- Taylor is a recent graduateat
housewares and appliances, ath tion was made. NATTCPage

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: September 21, 1967 JAX AIR Page 3 .. .

I Cecil Field Station-S'quadronNewsmakers : : I

PWOA Cecil 'Mountain Man'Gets Corsair CollegeTwo morning in recondition of her .
contribution to beneficial suggestions -.
planner and Estimator for former Cecil Field officers program.
the Public Works Department 4th Good Conduct have completed the rug- The award was granted on the
was presented with $100 check ged "Corsair College' and have
a -- --- - -- -- -- basis of Intangible benefits gainedby
Friday morning by Commander been appointed squadron com the adoption of Mrs. Dough-
PNl Harry N. Williams of VFP
During one of these flights, ,
Bannister.Mr. manders. Cdr. James C. Hill, -
erty's suggestion "record of
62 has received his fourth good a crew member of William'splane
Harold C. Coffill a former instructor.withRCVW- "
was conduct award and he be the from lack of work count.
/ may collasped
granted the cash. award on the 4 at Cecil is commanding officer -
basis of monetary benefits gain- only Navy photographer with four oxygen and Williams assistedin of VA 174 the A 7 Supply _
ed from a suggestion he sub- good conduct awards who has his giving the stricken navyman training squadron at Cecil, was Clifford C. Simpler, a cra
mitted to the Beneficial Sugges- own mountain. artificial respiration until he appointed commanding officer of ter and packer in the Supply
Williams got "his mountain"in could be returned to McMurdo VA 97 the Cor received
tions Program.His second Department a cash a-
suggested improvement involved 1962., when he was a member Sound and the hospital.For sair II unit to complete the"Col- ward, Monday for a suggestion
redistributing control of VX 6, a supply unit sup- this and other contribu- lege." submitted under the beneficial '
valves in the station's power plant porting Operation Deep Freeze in tions to the exploration of the suggestion program.
to'save steam and reduce scaling the Antarctic. He was assignedas white continent, Williams was ComptrollerMrs. The award was granted on the
in the condenser. The adoptionof aerial photo mapping photo- chosen to have a mountain named basis of safety benefits gained by
Mr. Coffill's suggestion will grapher aboard a Navy patrol for him. Thus "WilliamsBluff" Helen E. Dougherty, an the'adoption of a"Scale extension
save the base $2,028 during the plane and often flew as many as became a part of the Accounts Maintenance Clerkwiththe rack." The rack will make pos-
first year of operation. 60 hours a month during the Antarctic scenery. Williams Comptroller Department,re sible weighing of crates and box- ,
Antarctic summer when days also received the Navy Unit ceived a Cash award from Com- es brought into the packing shop"
SupplyMrs. are 24hoursof light. Commendation. mander S. S. Pulford Tuesday without using a fork lift. .

Altman promoted to Chief in VFP 62.
Jane Leigh of the Supply
Department was presented a Sustained John B. Altman of VFP 62 has been promoted to Yeoman
Superior Performance A- Chief just ten years after joining the Navy. He Is presently
ward last Friday by CommanderD. under orders to the USS Intrepid bound for Vietnam, as a Cap-
Douglas, Executive Officerof tain's Writer.
NAS Cecil Field. ., Altman has served as legal yeoman' postal clerk, and was a- ,
Mrs. Leigh won the award for .K w board the USS Sproston during the Laos crisis. He also saw duty i
her outstanding job performance < with the USS McGinty performing escort suppdrt for the Chinese
during the last six months. She Nationalists.
was cited for "a level of per- Authorized to wear the Good Conduct Medal, the AEF medal and
formance, recognized byher sup the National Defense medal, Altman plans to make the Navy a
ervisor and department head as 30 vear career. .._
being sufficiently above normal

job cial expectancy ecognition.*to' warrant spe- IDJQ.Q. tmm@$ m@ 1ID.o

VA-72 ';/';. .: ..:..o.:..............-.- ..........................l"....................:.---x............<<.-.;>.... '
ATN2 Jerome M. Martin of io".J
VA 72 was presented with w
mander the Blue Edward Hawk Award J.HofstraCom-by Com J[iIARLEY-DAVIDBDNI|IIL

manding Officer of VA 72,
now deployed' aboard the USS VFP-62 skipper Cdr. Hayes congratulates PHI Williams/// on the -- m
Franklin D. Roosevelt.The photographer's fourth good conduct award. New SPORTCYCLES Used
award, which was pre }:a
sented for the second quarter of Ground Electronics OIL FREE INSPECTION/ ACCESSORIES
is the VA Michael, S. Brandt of Cecil
1967 given to 72 THE ORIGINAL! n; .'
sailor who has shown the best Field's Ground' Electronics, A WV A llffljlfl"%C 6487 Roos.rt/f__ Blvd. &::
qualities in leadership, military Maintenance Department shippedover AJUAlllJEllWe'll 9 : .
bearing and professional for 6 years last Friday in THE, AUTHENTIC! / of HAS Jax 384J690JI
performance. Martin works in ceremonies conducted by CaptainU. S "'
the Avionics Division and has L. Fretwell, Commanding Officer TAPERED UNDERWEAR
proven to be an invaluable asset of NAS Cecil Field.Michael r ab, byr'i
not only to Attack Squadron 72 is presently on his second tour as
but to all Squadrons attached to a bluejacket and is married to the
Carrier Air Wing One. former GayR. Park of California. Deaf

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Ii y. J.O.W.C. sponsored a "Hi
: ''c) Neighbor" coffee September 13.

1 In NAVAIRLANT Derby. The theme was carried out
with displays from the various
and activities at NAS.
1 VP-16 Is currently the"Hands planned lectures and demon- WV. 'r ; units RAdm.
V The guest speaker was
Down" leader in the NA V AIR- strations explaining the missionand i COMFAIRJAX.
( capabilities of the squadron H.H. Caldwell
LANT reenlistment derby.
of the
< Admiral Caldwell spoke
? The squadron, under the leadership including detailed explanations of
of life and
the jobs the men perform in advantages a
of Cdr. D.C. Carruth, is
of wife's role
of the ASW mission. the importance a
a first term reenlist- support
unusually high In making her husband's careera .
In discussing
ment rate of 37,per cent and a :
reenllstment rate, Commander happy one.
career rate of 90 per cent for
He said that
Carruth mentioned that high
i fiscal year 1967. This represents -
t.4p for the and the Navy ,
morale was definitely the one group
a record of first term ret k
t f enlistments nearly double that of ... most Important factor. as a whole serving as a meltingpot ,
and achieving the goal of an
J other VP squadrons and overt He stated -'that although his "
three times the rate for all of squadron had recently returned all
The Admiral concluded In -
S NAVAIRLANT. 'from one deployment and was DONATIONS -- Navy Wives Club lax 4 86 presented donations to the J.0.W.C. much
In establishing this recordthe scheduled for another in the near
4 representatives of various community organization September 13. In the coming
' ,' squadron has carried the Navy's future, the general attitude of the The representatives are ( 1 r) Mrs. Donald E. Wright, admin- success The J.O.W.C. "All year.About"
story to the men rather than men was one of pride and opti- istrator, Pinecastle School, Mrs. Leslie Sutton, USO, Mrs. Harold booklets were distributed to all
\ have them search for it. Trained mism -- a combination hard to '
Brown American Red Cross Duval Chapter, and Sister Peter the girls to start off the new
> career counselors are readily beat. Medallle, director, Morning Star school. Mrs. Leon Conley( second
available. Special programs have from .
right) is the club president.HATTC
Commander Carruth
\\ been developed on the subjects recognized .
, of fringe benefits and the many the problem areas ot low

> "what to' do if's" which crop up pay and Inadequate housing as I : takiri Tin Se... I
U. when the husband is away from formidable obstaclesbutemba-
|> home. sized the importance of culti- '
,v The squadron has also planned vating a high morale and espritde By Tom R.kx"You c .
> and carried out a program called corps as the primary tools can become outstandingin when it graduated Dec. 15,1966. 4
'/t "Dependent's Day, wherebyen- of the successful, reenlistment all facets of your career, both Honorman of the class with a -
's\ listed dependents were given program. military and technical. Set 96.04 average was Lcpl. Russell i
\ III' your goals high. Be inquisitive A. Lutz.
and keep yourselves mot- ,
ivated. These words were spoken -
\ Blanding Blvd. I MAM I to 9PM HS Program
THE by CWO4 S. W. DeLoach Jr.,
; DAILY LUNCHEONS to Class 713 upon Its completionof Lecture SlatedEns.
AO/B School on September 12.
Fried Chicken Members of the class were A02 Gloria Amatrudi, educa-

"All You Gary L. Amerson, A02 Jerre L. tional services officer, will pre-
$1.25 Edmondson, A02 William D.Ber- sent a lecture on the high school
;: RESTAURANTI960 Can Eat" rln A02 Allan J. Hollers, A01 program aboard the station this

Edwin A. Holllday, A03 HenryA. fall on Tuesday at 9 a.m. at the RADM. H.H.. CALDWELL was
Niemeier, A02 David E.Phil- Education Center, Bldg. 600. guest speaker at the "Hi
CAREER OPPORTUNITIESFOR lips, and AO1 James F. Swart. Graduates of the high school Neighbor" coffee sponsoredby
Swart was class leader,and Am- program receive a Florida state
QUALIFIED COLLEGE GRADUATESWITH erson, because of his high 89.38 equivalency high school diploma. the J.O.W.C. on September'

average, was chosen honorman.AE Registration will be held Tues- 13.
DEMONSTRATED LEADERSHIP ABILITY School's Class 716 brokea day through October 3 at the educational Navy Wives Club Jax #86 helda

record when It graduated last services office, Bldg. luncheon at their clubhouse'on
ti Career opportunities in line management, week. The class finished with 953. Registration fee is $2.00. September 13. ,

staff.or technical positions an average of 81.95. The former Classes will convene October 3. Guests of honor attending were ,
f in the Home Office of a major insurance company record average was held by Graduates of the first high' Capt. and Mrs.Car1D.Simonsen,
Class 629. Its 81.62 school
verge program on
NARTU. Mrs. Martin J. Stack,
for Bachelor's S7'14 base will be present at the lecture -
Starting salary Degree- per year, Mrs. Reginald Berry Mrs.LouisA.
higher for Master's Degree to answer questions. Menard, and Arthur Slocumb,

WantAdsWIIISellForYou Layette Sewing public affairs officer NAS.,
t Also excellent opportunities in Group Insurance Sales&Service Following the luncheon donations -
were presented to rep-
; For more information, Location ChangedCapt. resentatives of various organi-
call Mr. Mr. Weaver zations of theoommunity.
Lavery or .
S. E. Wright ( Ret.)
Personnel 8:30.4:30 Mon. thru Fri. Recipients of donations were:
Dept., : : executive
secretary of the
: Pinecastle school, U.S.O., A-
t Jacksonville Auxiliary Navy merican Red Cross,Morning Star
An Equal Opportunity Emplolef-
Society has announced that school and the Leukemia Fund.
( FLORIDA there has been a change of loca-

s. \ISI..r..ylh...D.wertwa r% tion for the Navy Relief layette ********
1 sewing group. _
Shows The CPO Wives Club held their
1:00 1 The new location is the NARTU
OPEN SUNDAY 5:30 3:10 J7J30 Barracks 905, room, 311. The election of officers September 10.
| Meet Mordecai Jones sewing 'group wijl meet Wednes- Presiding over the meeting was
9:40 Master of day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.CanYou Donna Jones, president..
1 Back Stabbing, New officers of the club are
/ (Double / Richard Schenck vice-president,

I A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY Dealing! TAKE YOUR CAR Allen ard Hackelton Jennings, treasurer secretary,,Chuck Rich-

W. f wr. them the VW 16 point S f.ty and Perfonnmc Inp.ct- \HTII YOU? Cox, parlimentarian and Henry
Ion. Then w. tuned up. tlfhtnd. and replaced ..rrthlnf that For Financing and Insurance Taylor chaplain.
n..dd It. And p..t..d them 100!.for the repair or replacementof Board members selected were
ail major/ mechanical plll't.10' 30 day or 1000 mile. Comeon Stateside and Overseas. Call
In end doubl. check. Mesdames M.K. Llndley, Reuben

66 VW FASTBACK! Radio . . $1895 FINANCE CORPORATION will be held September 30 at,the
66 VW KARMANN CHI A Convertible. .57945 and CPO Club at 8 p.m. A buffet

63 VW KARMANN GHIA/ Coupe, Air Cond. $1275 INTERNATIONAL SERVICE dinner will be served.Refreshments .

62 VW KARMANN GHIA/ Coupe. . 5I02S C.Scott INSURANCE COMPANY Mesdames were served Coleman by
Casey ,
67 VW SEDAN . . . . $1750 5615 TJ.u4uan. Rd. 771-0527 Bobby Willis and M.K. Lindley.

66 VW SEDAN, Air Condo . . 57795 ..........-........-"'-..... ,
66 VW SEDANS. . . . '. . $J 550 CENTER ..

65 VW SEDANS . . . 57250 34 W Adorn. .,D.wnf.w
64 VW SEDAN AIR CONDo . . '. $JJ95 v "
64 VW SEDANS. .. . : .:". . 57050 Friday / You are corl'allyf 1
63 VW SEDANS & SUNROOF. . '. . $950 invited to enjoy %
a perfectly I
63 VW DLX STATION WAGEN. . . 57795 I case ofmurder -ii:,
65 BUICK SKYLARK 4 DR Air Cond. 57895 : I I STORE

65 CORVAIR CPE. . . . . $995

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September, 1967 JAX,w AIR,u.. .NEWS/AFTERBURNER.; .. ... Pace. 5 ,

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Civilians Earn.Diplomas' .. NARF RivesEirs';
The following local Navy employees .. ; ,.,:.: I

State High have School received Diplomas'Florida: A-7 A for ProcessingThe

George Arline Thomas F. Naval Air Rework Facil- craft condition and processing:'
Barrett George W. Carolus ity at NAS Jax has received the requiremnts will determine the
William G. Harman Helen J.
/' first A-7A light attack aircraft, rework specifications for sub-
Martin Sam B. Martin Sarah
for processing from NAS Cecil sequent aircraft scheduled for
Moorehead Clarence E, Wood-
Field's Squadron VA-174. It A-7 PAR processing.Capt. .
son and Lucille E. Korobeinick. ,' 't : .4; Is a single place carrier aIrcraft C.T. Faulders
Th attended classes -
employees for mand ing officer of NARF stated
designed primarily use
for 18 weeks before taking
on tactical strike close support that the command is pleased to
the and for the
tests qualifying and interdiction type missions.In be the prime rework activity for
diplomas. December 1965 the local the A-7 and looks to this pro-
facility was designated as the gram as a challenging opportunity -
prime rework activity for this for providing vital fleet sup-
aircraft. Since that date exten- port.
sive planning and action has been
taken to prepare the command for
Special Showing at
the arrival of the aircraft for
StK. rework. This has included the HAS Theatre!
training of personnel the obtaining -
APARCONVENIENTLY TS of required technical data,
J and the procurement of special "The Greatest Story
support equipment.
,' The first A-7 A aircraft to orrfv( from Squadron VA-174 rorrfi The A-7A aircraft will serveas Ever TOfJ"
LOCATED rework at NARF.Government. the prototype for PAR (Pro- *
NEAR BOTH BASES program gressive Aircraft Rework) pro-
cessing. As pointed out by L.C.
., Only Min to Cec/f 4 HAS Issues Tests Anderson A-7A Pilot Rework Two Showings

. L. coordinator at NARF this first
The Interagency Board of U.S. Salaries; for tnese positions
. 71 UNITS "bird" will be processed under Monday Sept. 25
Civil Service Examiners for Flo- range from $2.89 to $3.40 per particularly close engineering
1,2&3BEDROOM rida has issued the following hour. observation and management 4:45 p.m. 8:20 p.m.Don't .
APARTMENTS examination announcements to Applications will be accepteduntil attention. The.findings air
fill positions throughout the state further notice, and shouldbe
9 of Florida with the exception of sent to the Interagency Boardof
ALL APTS HAVE: 10 counties in the northwest por- U.S. Civil Service Examiners .
e tion of the state. 123 South Court Avenue,Orlando,
WALL-TO-CARPETSeDRAPES WALL The announcements were as Fla. 32801. Further information risk accidents when safety services cost so little
follows: Core Drill Operator regarding these positions maybe
Engineering Equipment Mechanic obtained from he Industrial Relations -
CENTRAL AIR & HEAT Engineering Equipment Department building 907. FALL SAFETY
UTILITY ROOM Operator and Pest Control

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Laundry Facilities Agreement with AFGE .' -, );

Near Schools Both Privet Capt. J.D. Small supervisorof :
and Parochial Shipbuilding Conversion: and .I r
& Shopping Center Repair J Jacksonville has signedan j
agreement with Lodge #2453, .- ....
American Federation of Govern-

6756 PHONE 103rd 771-8844 STREET ment Signing Employees.for the lodgewereE.C. 4for1 BRtg! -! NE1

RESIDENT MGR.-APT 7 Rogers, president; A.R. GoUeb stops
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D. W. Priest, USN (Ret) V. Hamilton Front End Alignment. __ only
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own amotorcycle Witnessing the ceremony were LOT! tnhis. lit owH II t mdiiM..11M......fat I M_tar lilt tilt....Iwyr. Nrttit cylinder ,
J.F. Griner national presidentof 3 Brake Adjustment /
the AFGE; D. Garrison national SIH" wMhr. HUT" Wi /quit' kita I I. M Mlicttape Add nacauary fluid
? vice president; Southeast 64 VW Convertible ft**. *Mn, qlMcn. Ut MM (WiRipack _
Region; and H. P. White national 4 Front Whiol Bearings ,.
representative. ........ $450 ......
motorscooter? All 4 arty Mrvlcts $995.
,.en.low price!
64 Corvair Coupe I _ _ _

c5a guan ........ $225 4-Ply Nylon Cord

61 Falcon 2-dr HT :

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1 Making. out your grocery list will be your hardest task if you do your shopping at the 1
, 4 4Ii Lb.ti.1.1t. ;\ LiL HAS Jax Commissary Store. The wide aisles and well-stocked shelves makes shop- I '

,. .: ping a pleasure rather than a chore. Although you've' probably never thought about Ite very j1.fltt ( _5, .S... :: :__
'' : hard work"and behind the the best service : .-
; .t., 1'-:: .- much planning goes on scenes to give you very S
: possible.Stocking. !crt CHECKER Gloria Llsh/ totals up groceries/ purchased 6 by 14,.-
enough groceries for over 33,000, customers a month involves quite a complex Joy Foresman, one of the thousands! of regular commissary S
BAG BOY Jimmy, Smith packs groceries/ in systematic/ ordtr, operation. The daily task of supplying patrons. with fresh meat, groceries and producefor shoppers.
and will upon request, help carry heavy packages shopperscars. the dinner table is handled by two officers,23 enlisted and 68 civilians. I ,
.. ___ jS Operation of the Jacksonville store would be considered an imposing undertaking, ,.,
JILfr but this is only the beginning of the task faced by the team managed by the officer in p r S S ,.r ___ Roosevelt
charge, Cdr. William D. Wolfe and his assistant manager CWO.-3 R. S. Collins. ThereIs S S l ; } CAR WASH
also the matter of supervising and providing support for four other stores. .L. S { Mall
BIG CHIEF Jacksonville's' store is now the center of a five store complex with branches at S
t Cecil Field, Mayport> Glynco and Albany, Ga. In early 1968 the complex will increaseeven OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM :5:30: PM
TIRECO. __ more by taking over the Orlando store now operated by the Air Force.
Under the complexing conce ; the outlying stores feed their'''inventory figures to f FREE CAR WASH
the main office which computes branch requirements for processing and cutting of pur-
chase orders with direct shipments to each branch warehouse. WITH/ 15 GALS. OR? MORE STANDARD OILS /
The Data Services Branch, the "main brain" of the complex, is headed by E. H. Thompson. PRODUCTS .CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
Fritz Here, the Monrobot computer, a relatively small piece of date processing equip-
,I ; ParIllO" ment has made it possible to consolidate at Jacksonville, accounting, inventory control, S S 5 ,SPRAWAX NOW ONLY. y 5 50 R.t. and of ,and controls for the : S
,, e. preparation issuing purchase orders management reporting 4t .
' I CPO complex. : tt: ___ Located In Roosevelt Mall Shopping Center' ,
, Owner Automation has freed personnel l from office duties to work on'the sales floor serving k u __ n _ft 1
patrons and has drastically reduced out of stock conditions.As .: : ., !: '
6 previously pointed out, operation of the Jacksonville store Itself is no small task. S .. o..n n 04llll o o o"'o"o4llll' o..n
The under the of Gunther Klaas, Indication -
Harold Parman Mayport : meat department supervision provides a good S 'S ,
Walter Nolan'' Roosevelt of the undertaking. Weekly sales include 40,000, pounds of beef, 7,000, pounds of ; 5''; .
Lou Weber NormandySPEED '] chicken and 6,500, pounds of pork. S S S l i ii'
S S OPERATING the automatic/ meat packer, Vivian Simmons helps/ Produce sold at the Jacksonville store weighs out to 40,000, pounds per week. .'.- : L
Milk moves so fast that the supplier has a refrigerated truck and two employees' at
} and well stocked shelves make shopping a
prepare for sale, th'e more than 5,000, pounds! of meat sold! each the store during operating hours to keep the dairy bar replenished.In WIDE/ AISLES -
than chore for the than 33,000, customers / i ii
rather more
week at the commissary. its 20,500, square foot warehouse, Jacksonville alone receives 10,000, cases of dry pleasure a .
EQUIPMENT merchandise, 1,200, cases of frozen foods and 1,000, cases of chilled products each week. a month! 1
Restocking the store is a continuous s process all during the day while the store Is open. i i
Then after the store closes,a night crew of 12 men work until 2 a.m. restocking the shelves.To ::;:::::?: :::::: :*:*::::-::::.:. :;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::
Bob's' Oak Hill add to the efficiency of the restocking operation an overhead conveyor is used to speed- "
S COMPLETE LINE OF S Sa MAG WHEELS ily send products from the warehouse to the storage spaces behind the commissary. iHAftI 7839 0' ,
Commander Wolf said that one of t the biggest problems faced by him and his assistantsIs NORMANDYBLVD.
RACING a SLICKS CHROME PIPES Pure Service Center shortage of trained person l. He added that to meet the need: for manpower, additional I. '
civilians are being employed and enlisted Navymen with general service ratings are : I I I i'. S j
. TACHOMETERS FLOOR SHIFTS Open for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. assigned to the store. L O Ull "

;. Assignment of enlisted personnel commissary duty is pan of the Navy's' program to =< >>:i 7813322III 0' I. 'J' ro'' .,. J
NO I DOWN PAYMENT road & find shore billets for men with seagoing ratings.To J ,".. ,
service pick .. delivery '> .
up, help overcome the shortage of trained personnel.Commander. Wolfe has instituteda ( a-and. let us arrange your" 'party, < .

We Finance Everyone" From Seaman To Admiral mechanic. OH duty American. I Foreign Cars program whereby enlisted men and civilians. attend weekly in-store classes on operations i i io
and procedures and! also receive on-the-job training In their work. TUES-THRU-SAT. .
Commander Wolfe remarked, "We are meeting the needs of authorized a\\ 0
our patrons
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3438 BLAND1NG BLVD. SAN JUAN Smict. Building 39 Ext. 3870 I. ,
ENGINE OVERHAUL(Parts extra l)) 49q5up\)5 at Cedar River at NIBLICK 0
REBUILD BALL JOINTS (pts. {&; labor) 15.9SuPSHOCKS" _______ S-A-L-E A DEPARTMENT 6 Monday Wednesday: 10:00: a.m. .. 3:00: p.m.
FRONT OR REAR (pts. {&; labor) 12.9Sup : 1 and! t BRING/ THIS AD AND $ Thursday: 9:30: a.m. 4:30: p.m. ,
,. PH.771.55$1OPEN ON ALL. NEW USED ,
BRAKE SHOES Any U. S. Car (pts. & labor) 10.95up 1 {&; 2 Bedrooms -U.'II RECEIVE A o Friday: 10:00.: a.m. 3:00: p.m. oMINNmPSIflhU
BALL JOINTS REPLACED (pts. {&; labor) 29.9SuP Garden Type Apartments -- "
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4,95upBIG with Country Club ITIIW C CB) cu '
labor ,
atmosphere I 507%
Is TAKE-OUT SERVICE Kitchens equipped with G-E '- TiL 6p mDISCOUKT .. t, ; NAS Cecil Field FACILITYOFFICE
I CHIEF TIRE Co.S 1 :l'rcI4E Ranges {&; Refrigerators 0' i io
.1 Individual ;Air\ Conditioning. Prices Slashed! DISCOUNT ON ANY Building 26 Ext. 226 !
and Heating by G E Jfe ______ On All Major TV TUBES NEEDED _.
3890388: : ; 389-6326: 2464825 ..FRESH WATER CHANNEL ATFJSH AND HUSHPUPPl $ Drapes Furnished .
Brand sll!I /IN YOUR SET I Monday Friday 10:00 2:00 ,
: : a.m. : p.m.
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0 0U S ,I 781-4361Q$ 1830$ FOURAKEK. 1 I :
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I Sa ; :!
.' RETIREMENT E-6 E 7 h -- 8 I '0'S -

$11,629.80 I3,2U.00 $4,976.00
10. $23,259.60 $26,424.00 529,952.00 ,
15 34889.40 $39,636.00 $44.928.00 .
2"0 $46,519.20 S2,848.00 $59,904.00 "
25 $58,149.00 $66,060.00 $74,880.00
30 $68.778.80 $79,272.00 $89,856.00

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,:', ': Is it worth Retirement? r : .

1;"",,:1' ', How much money is your Navy career worth to you? The aver- ,
: age U.S. male lives to age 71 according to the insurance companies. '
;\ If you retire as a chief at age 40 with 20 years service and receive '\
,,,_ ; your retainer pay for 30 years you will have received $79, 272.
I ',, ; To put it an other way this amounts to $330 a month more on ,
t"v your pay check. Above is a chart showing the amount you can
;:. ".--. 1" : expect from your retirement. Ask yourself is it worth it?
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ENS FAA To Give Exams SoonThe

listed Federal Aviation Admin 12 (G) signed by his commanding *...., ".,
istration's Southern Region will officer, or have his application .'
\ soon be giving flight tests me- accepted by an FAA Inspector .
I chanic and parachute rigger prac- prior to taking$: the written examination -
tice examinatons and aircraft for a certificate.
inspections.The Applications for added ratings
Jax General Aviation Dis- based on military competencemust
Pre s trict office,may be contacted for present a properly completed -:
an appointment. application FAA form 356,
C Applicants for mechanic air- including his 'FAA pilot certificate -
line transport pilot, flight engineer and documentation, if appropriate -
242 navigator and parachute directly to the FAA ?
rigger examinations must first Southern Office or an FAA In-
Orange .. / have their qualifications checkedby spector.General.
a FAA inspector and obtainan Aviation inspectorswill
approval form for presentation be at the Municipal (FSS)
REV. E. F. to the FSS/Tower before' Airport in Pensacola from 10
taking the examination. Re- a.m. to noon for the purpose of
examination can be completed by conducing examinations on Oct-
presentation of FAA form ober 11, November 15 and Dec-
806037. ember 13.
8:30 Military pilots applying for Most written examinations may
9:45 FAA pilot certificates based on be taken at Jacksonville Flight
11:00 a.m. military competence must pre- Service Station.
sent a properly completed application The Jacksonville FAA Office
S.'OOp.m.( I I form FAA 356, with Item telephone number is 791 2646.

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NARTU Sax, received his personal Admiral's Flag and congratulationsfrom
RAdm. Jack S. Dorsey commandant Sixth: Naval District, upon
his promotion September 14, as Mrs. Owens looks on. Admiral
Owens is one of three reserve line officers chosen for promotionto
rear admiral In the Naval Reserve this year.

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MOVIES will be shown reg- Want :J

ularly at the NAS Jax Theatre
6 and 8:15 Monday thru ACEY DUCEY CLUB {Ya':::is1Vr:{'act.'N.: Y.S'.N'. ::{'aAY.1. Y.{.Y J1'JNINhWNN.S h'
at p.m., : Jim GlyneS will be on hand tomorrow
Saturday. There will also be a evening with his musical entertainment. Saturday evening presents
matinee( at 2, p.m. on.Saturdays., Casey Johnson. Mark Castle will Sunday evening. Tuesday Ads
appear should be mailed tc the Holt Publishing' Company
Sundays and holidays The Hospital features a spaghetti dinner for $ for
.50 children. Dine on 1950 Standing' Blt-d.. Jacksonville, Florida' 32210 to arrive'
Ttteatrewillhaveoneweekly oriental food and drink sake Wednesday evening at Oriental Night. not later than Tuesday for publication the following' Thurs-
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field Price Is $1.00. (A 1/2 lb. rib eye steak for $1.36 is the dinner day. Add. arriving' too late for this deadline will be published
will have two show during the special today through Sunday) the following' week unless the publisher' 'instructed other-
week at 5:30 and'8 p.m. Mat- wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must'
inees will be shown on weekends NAS CECIL be received WITH the copy for the ad.

at 2 and 5 p.m.THURSDAY. BEACON CLUB: Tonight enjoy Game Night as usual and later on DO NOT'SEND' CASH
dine on T Bone Steak offered 175. .
a at Entertainment tonite will
September 21 be the Strangers. Tomorrow nice it's the RATE: Minimum charge ((3 line). . . . ."*. $2.00
Holidays playing
a storm
NAS: "FICKLE FINGER OF and listen up Per additional (line ((4 words per line). . 0.50
FATE": Tab Hunter. ((99 min.) Sunday you can to the sounds of J,, A. Montgomery.
HOSPITAL: "COME SPY WITH Monday It's the fabulous Phil Cay and Tuesday the Westerners will
ME" Donahue and An- fill the spotlight. Wednesday the Deadbeats will appear.
drea Dromm. ((93 Min.) CPO CLUB' : This weekend, whynot spend a enjoyable eveninq on
C. FIELD: "DAY AND THEHOUR" base at the CPO club? Friday nite the Tunestwisters will entertain Like new, makes buttonholes, Domestic sewing mat out of lay-
sews on buttons, fancy designs, a-way. Buttonholes, fancy designs -
: Simone Signoret and you while you dine on your Lobster dinner priced at $2.50. Saturday
satin stitches. Bal. $43 $5' etc. Bal. $36.50 cash or
night a Lobster dinner will be featured
Stuart Whitman. ((112 Min.) again along with the sounds of terms.
home trial.
the Tunesters. mo. Free

NAS: "THE ABSENT MINDED s 1948 Blandlng Blvd.. 384 5821 1948 Blandlng Blvd. 384 5821 -

PROFESSOR": Fred McMurray ..ra DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC "REAL ESTATE: We will help:
Olson. ((105 Min.) .
and Nancy r.
'Mx+r r JOCKEY?? For Information call: you Buy, Sell or Invest.'
HOSPITAL: 356 8351. Bowen Real Estate,Realtor
FATE": Tab Hunter.
USN Retired.384-1376
C. FIELD: "DIMENSION 5": 10 am til 3 pm or later. Must
Jeffery Hunter and France Nuyen. be permanent. 1 year or longer. 'SINGER ZIG ZAG

((99 Min.) The Gallery, Roosevelt Mall. CONSOLE MODEL .
SATURDAY, September 23 GUITAR LESSONSWe Zig Zags makes button holes, '

NAS: "WILD WILD PLANET": guitars also and sell accessories.amplifiers elec. fancy designs, sews ,on buttons,
P Russell and Lisa Gastoni. appliques, monograms, etc.
for $300. MUST
Min.) ./ t .,, '.:, new over
((101 -
'" -r 2327 Blandlng Blvd. 3844718.
SACRIFICE. Just paybalance
<,) (. '
HOSPITAL: "THE ABSENT t. : !;.', \' .,I.
MINDED PROFESSOR": Fred COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES or assume$8 monthly payments.
McMurray and Nancy Olson.((105 PROMOTED. Chaplain J. C. Simpson Is presented with silver AKC $50 and $75 359-4787 Call Credit Manager. Ph. 353 -
1946. Anytime. Will deliver.No
Min.) bars as he is promoted to lieutenant during ceremony Monday 721 1680 obligation.

morning. Cdr. H. L. Donald Jr., XO, made the present UNFURNISHED APT FOR RENT A-I SEWING MACHINE CO.
tion. Riverside: 1724 Copeland St. ,
3 Ig. rms. Inc. fully equip. kit., HOUSE FOR RENT UNFURN '
Bath. Lg.closets. Cen.heat.Inc. 3BR, 2B, Air Cond. 2-story
$85 mo. Phone: 388-4771. bungalow with garage. 1 blk

Model) Call 771-4539 (between mo. EV85545.
All Ranks All Ages 0900 1500)) '
LOW BATES 103rd. St. Fall Classes Ballet
Kingsley DR. : ,
2 6, Stk.Radio New tires '
Hula Jazz Ballroom. ,
& Tap ;'
batt. 41,700 mi. Clean. ''''
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Windshield, 2 helmets tag & National Investment 0,. expanding -
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spare hp, 359- its marketing staff In.the

JAX IN ORANGE PARK INSURANCE 1967 0719 COUGAR LIKE; NEW J ax. area. Full time and part

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SALE! UNDERWRITERS INC. 384 Fully- equipped.5941.HONDA program. Earnings unlim
ited. Call Financial programs,
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(Formerly McDougall's Insurance*
Inc. helmet. Phone 388 8962.
We invite
always you FOR RENT FURN. APT .
4479 Rtmvdt llvd. 3"7'7'Call
to shop us for real clean
2920 Dellwood. 4 & Bath
rm. ,
cars, honestly ested in garage business. front
repre Us AnytimeLOOKING. $50 mo. Phone 355 6639.
sented and fairly priced| end brake, tune-up and assoc.
equip. Hand tools Is all that's
62 FIAT SPYDER Sport required. Price Includes: bldg. FOR SALE PACKING BOXESfor
Roadster. Red with black & equip. Located Arlington. moving. 15tf each. Phone 355-
Contact Cdr. Stevenson, USN, 8734, Van's 736 Dellwood Ave.
interior. Priced to sell!II! -
. ret. 264-2975. FOR

;. 63 FALCON FUTURA at the new ones from every angle? FORM 57's TYPED., RESUMES Cedar ,River EXPERTLY Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
FHAresales $50 & $100
2DR, HT Bronze beauty dwn.
Services. 384 7298.
Call Powell
or USN/Ret.
original inside out.
FURN. APT. FOR RENT. 2BR 264 2411. Orange Park Realty.
Radio, heater automatic. Close to schools. Rent to TAD
.' $ personnel or Bachelors. 264- CREDIT UNION REPOSSESSIONS
6884. '62 Cadillac-2dr, Coupe $1295

62 RAMBLER Automatic RENT TO SERVICE .FAMILY '64 Valiant 2dr R&H,4-speed
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PB PS AC, small iPI Unfurn. 2BR, IB, Kit. equip. trans'
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fect for the wife. EXTRASPECIAL..5475 Auto/trans. . . o $1350
1965' TRIUMPH "SPITFIRE", 100$ Financing If qualified.
$895.00. 1150 Lane Ave., Phone "Come by & let's make a deal"
781 5511. Contact Mr. Rucker or Mr.
61 Chevrolet Wagon, eco- Credit Union Office.
Thompson at
TO BUY Cent.H .
6 real clean. $545 NAS Base Extension 2431.
Jax -
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Full price! Fla. RM, Ldry. RM.W/Sep.utll., FOR SALE: ALTO SAXAPHONE

cm.. lot, Close to school- Newly J rebuilt. Ex Cond. $65.
HUNTING SEASON 771-1255 after 6:30 p.m. Phone 771 7710.
good solid 56 Ford V8
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Good old transportationcars

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get you back: 59 Ford,
60 Studebaker, 59 Chev OUR SPECIALITY! ." .
rolet. $145. each take I (441( HOURS:

your pick. JAX HAS BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26 Q0 un.-Tlluls.' '4pm-77:30pwi
WE CAN NOW FINANCE Tel 384-1391 or Ti/. SP 1.32JJor 7 Q Friday 4pm'lam
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} Football Predictions Regulations and Rules Set I

GAME (9-7)) (7-3)) ((6-4)) ((7-3)) (8.2)) (5.5)) Hunting

t Army Army Army Army Army
7. Army ys Virginia Army Dove shooting and Deer hunt- For Deer Hunting, keep In
2. Navy vs Penn State Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy Penn St.I ing aboard NAS Cecil Field has mind that the Yellow Water A -
3. Florida vs illinois Florida illinois Florida Florida Florida IIIlnos; been recently authorized.All rea in the Weapons Department
I St. St. Mich St. Mich St. hunters are advised that and all of Cecil Field except
4. Mich. St vs Houston tn M/ch./ Mich Houston Houston
the Cecil Field Rod and Gun Area "C" are the only places
5. Notre Dame v$ Cal il. N D N D N D N D N D N D Club will conduct Dove Shoots designated for hunting. Huntingwill

f 6. Kentucky vs Indiana Indiana' Indiana Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky Kentucky aboard the base on Saturdays be conducted on a "day-to-
from 1200 EST 9 1300 DST day" basisuntil 10 bucks Have
So. Calli. S. Calli Texas Texas Texas Texas Texas ) until -
7. Texas vs
sundown. Remember that been bagged. Only legal bucks
I 8. Air Force vs Wyoming. Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming Wyoming hunting will be conducted dur- may be taken and a season imit .
9. UCLA vs Pittsburgh UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA UCLA ing the regular dove season only of one per hunter is imposed.
Minn. Minn. Minn. and! that Dove shoots aboard OLF Only five may be takenby archers
\ Utah Minnesota M1nn
10. vs Minn.
Whitehousewill be regulated by prior to the regular open sea-
i the Florida Game and Fresh Water son. Remember to check out with
Fish Commission. Game the Officer of the Day prior to
i Cecil Touch Football Review Wardens will enforce all hunt- one hour after sunset.If .
ing and safety regulations. you are a "bow and arrow"
VA-82, VA-174 Parking will be permitted onlyin type hunter, you are advised that
r"t the marked parking areas all legal game may be taken by
Ina, thrilling game Wednesday the ball 60 yards for the touchdown by simultanuously tagginga! Weapons off of the perimeter road and bow and arrow during the early
i night, the VA174"Hellrazors" Lcdr. Johnson passed to ball handler in his own end close to the field. State Archer's.Season which
proved that "experience wins" Shep for the extra 2 points. Both All hunters desiring to hunt will last' from September 16 to
by trouncing VA 82, a newcomer Carmichael scored two touch- teams had a touchdown aboard the base must have a October 1 of this year.
to the league, by a score of downs and Lt. Seeley scoredone -called back on illegal procedures State of Florida Hunting Li Personnel desiring to hunt dur-
30 to 0. on passes from Lcdr. John- and the Marines, who were within cense in their possession and ing this season must possess a
The first touchdown of the game son. 10 yards of the end zone on four check in and out With the Officer valid state hunting license and
' came when O'Dell of VA 82 VA-82 was held scorelessby different occassions failed to of the Day. a special State archer's permit.Lieutenant .
threw a pass which was inter- the sharp"Hellrazor"defenseled score. The Weapons men, who
cepted by Hall. The "Hellrazor"lost by Mauk, Martinex and.Lt. were likewise within 10 yards of
no time in taking advantage Sibold. VA 82's Bill Burd the goal, failed to score either.
of the opportunity and returned and John Van Eps did an excellent Lance Corporal Elias deserves
job on defense. credit for the Marines brilliant
GIANT SWAP MEET Marines, WeaponsIn defense; he intercepted two
close marked by illegal passes, deflected five and madea
f SHIPPING OUT??? game l r, -
and total of eight tags in the game.
f. Bring your furniture procedures penalties r
i .
1 and misc. items to sell. the Marines edged pased Weapons VA-44, VA-86
i Blandina Drive-in Theatre Thursday night by a score of 2
Every Sat. 7 A.M. 6 P.M. In a terrific passing attack the ,
Sun 1 P.M. 6 P M76R..705R to undefeated VA-44 Hornets L v eTAP Lq.,
or 768-4793] The winning points carne when
trounced VA-86 by a score of
Font and Reeves scored a safety
20 to 6 Tuesday evening.
The first touchdown for the
t Hornets came when Fewell caughta
pass from Gaschler in the end
.1 zone. Kimball scored the next
six points on a quick '"squareout -

pattern" pass also thrown by .
... Gaschler. The final score came ,,VFIn ,f y+ N
I in th last quarter a play which:
saw Fewell throw a pass to the
quarterback, Gaschler, coveringsome
60 yards and the touch-
down. The other two Hornet
points came when 86 was forcedto Commander J.L. McCracken of Cecil Field's Rod
punt from their own end zone. and Gun ClubMr./ L.D. Lamond, forester for the base, cooperate
,. .. The punter stepped out of the zone in stocking 700 six-inch/ Catfish in the base's ponds. They
and the Hornets
gave a safety.
will .available for
fishing next year.
The VA 44 victory may be
attributed to the team's excellent VA-172 'Blue bolt' Is F.D.R.
Leave time? Pack and ChampThis
'i up pass defense and the terrific
c passing attack by Gaschler. YNSN Leo Gerstel, a VA172"Bluebolt" was Leo's .first fight
defeated heavily aboard the Roosevelt and he put
with HFC Traveloan Golf MeetingMonday favored Elroy Lane of "A" Division up an outstanding match
go an in his first boxing match
There will be a meeting at aboard the USS Franklin D. Roo- "-
11 a.m. Monday, Sept. 25that sevelt. FOR YOUR BOATING
If you've got leave coming up. but you're the Golf Shack for all per Lane, who is a member of the NEEDS.,.
short of money don't worry. See the sonnel interested in entering a ship's boxing team, was pre-
military loan officer at.HFC right now for 'aS team in the fall intramural golf viously undefeated inheavyweight Inlet

helpful HFC Traveloan. Cover every cost- league. boxing competition. _

I induing spprtargear: : ; camera, and shopping MarinaSALES

j money. Then-when you're back on base, \ WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.
y repay Household :in monthly'amounts'your'*pay ud.. SERVICE

1 can conveniently handle. &4AIR\ CONDITIONERS q kNEW ,
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September 21. 1967 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page I 11 I IYAP62

I Intramural Team ...J>..iIt-- ( Intramural Football IThe }

Increases Winning StreakThe (AFPS Feature) 1967 Intramural football season is just underway and all the
1. Ken Hebert of the Univer- teams in both leagues have played their season openers. In the

,intramural football teamto right end, said, "I think organi- sity of Houston was the major National League VAP 62 leads the pack with a 3 0 record followed -
beat this season is VAP 62. zation, speed and versitility is college football scoring leader in closely by NARTU with 2 0. In the American League three
the 1966 sear m with 113 points. the with victories.
opened season
the and of
With the season just underway, key to our success,
the Photomen have quickly snap- course, experience has helpedus Who is the former player who National League American LeagueW
ped up three overwhelming victories a lot." He continued, "We holds the all-time one season
broken the base record have eight returning players from modern scoring record
last which makes for 2. Cleveland Brown place W L W L
for the most points in one game, year a
and expanded the sq.uadron'swin- smoother operating team." kicker Lou Groza Is beginning 62 3 0 VW -4 1 0*
ning streak. Last year VAP 62 won the 17th season in the National Foot- NARTUMARTD 2 0 HospitalFAETU 1 0
ball League. Groza shares t..e 1 1 0
The team set a new base re- Intramural Championship, Station % 1
cord for the most points in 000 Championship, and the COM- present record of 16 with an AMD 1 1 COMFAIRJAX 1' 1
game last year with 50 points. FAIRJAX Tournament.Thenwith earlier grid star. Name him. 679th 0 1 VP-16 1 1
3. Who is. the National Foot- 0 2 Medical 0 1.
Not content to rest on their laurels three players augmented from the
in their third game this other NAS teams,they went on to ball League great who owns the VP 30 0 2 .Marine Bks. '\,.0 2
season, they smashed VP 30 take the Naval Air Atlantic Crown unique distinction of being the
only man to play in a Rose Bowl
and the Atlantic Fleet Champion
with a 58 0 score which broke
and with the New York
their own record.In ship.Of TRAVEL HEADQUARTERS FOR:
the first game of the sea- the Photomen's last 26 con- Yankees in Answers the same year?

son this year' VAP 62 gave,a secutive wins they have an average uisqi HIJM{ ) satire? R AND R PROGRAM MILITARY FARES
hlnj as to the brand of footballit of 26 points game,while zt; Suitejd 'ssa: >pii? aqj psujofotucj
takes to win. The Photomen holding their opponents to a four selvH !irad 1eq1 ,tats '0L t DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONAL "wAIR 'I,
showed their opponent MARTD, point per game average. ) IMOQ asoy sin UOM tpJ1l1l\ AND STEAMSHIP TICKETS HOTEL RESERVATIONS
they meant business by talking VAP 62 has nine more regular 'UOJ1 1S 8UJUTWJ. IUAENi3jf)3miHJM sad i1 r CRUISES TOURS
the game 48 0. season games to play, with pact etd S t CH '6T6T
Next, the team took on AMD the next game to be played Tues- 'I Aanrncf UQ *stiPH{ a3ao3DtpcooaaUMOs1ragoZr3lIO I 725-3733 I
and with the same blitz action day night against FICEUR. : 'C.q
breezed by the Maintenance men If their first three games of neg 4cwwss arts cosmopolitanservice
30-0. the season are indicative of the UI> spaguotarlgsrM ; .: .z;
Then, to make it 26 wins in brand football they will play this 'tS6tUJ service INC
a row and set a new base record year, the Photomen stand a good siujod 991 patois oujddnqP
the team crushed VP 30 chance for a top season .. .roozJJV oujddni wy *I 122 REGENCY SQUAREfares
with 58 big points and held the
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opponent scoreless. I
When asked the, secret of the
team's success R. E. "Ski"

Badovintz, veteran, VAP 62 .


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I. Whistling in The Rigging Cedarffillsat

By S. Hering

The level of activity down at tention of any old salts who have The Club Is beginning to look
Ye Old Clubhouse has changed not yet made their talents knownto like aboatyard with the steadily
somewhat with the ringing of us, please turn to and lend increasing number of privately
schoolbells for many of our a hand. owned boats.
eager young tars and we need '
help in getting things ship -
shape for the Navy Day Regattaon AftIEY
October 29. We have some
rubber bumpers readytobetaclt-
ed into place on the Her cleve dock WILSON
cumshawed from the "Old Cove" LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE
(courtesy of Jamie White.) The
interior of the Clubhouse must be 3909 BLANDiNG &BLANDING
BLVD., PHONE 771.3385
repainted and a general Field Dayis
coming up in the near future. >
Attention all hands I LADIES NIGHT EVERY THURS.MIXED | HONlSP1 134ior .. ,"r,
Adrian "Dusty" Rhodes .
_brought home the honors on September SP1-6601
;; 10 in the final race of DRINKS FORHalfPrice

the summer Tri-Club series, Red OweNs USN Ret.
{F .taking first in the Bantams. Manager
: The race was another long one
with an uncooperative breeze,and 67 GTO Sport Cpe . . . .$$$$
an elusive mark didn't help our LADIES ONLY d V 8 engine, auto. console trans, 'R & H, marina
, frayed tempers either. The fall DANCING EVERY NIGHT blue exterior with red line tires.
series_begins Sunday.: The following p s

dates are October 8 and DRIVE-lN SERVICECASE 66 Imp. Sport'Cpe . . . .$2395
22, November 5 and 19,and December
283 V 8, auto trans., power 'steering, R & H,
3. The sail off will take
LOTS at 11,000 miles. Like new. "
j place on December 10. \'
Interest in sailing is also t'
t growing steadily and we are beginning 66 Pontiac Bonn. Conv. ... . .$2489..
to suffer from a lack of : Full power, Extra sharp. .
instructors for the new sailors.
If this column catches the at I II I . .
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----------- : 4 speed trans., R & H, butternut yellow ext.,
black vinyl interior, bucket seats red line tires.

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To Your Family Is a Well-Planned 65 Chev. 2- Dr. Sdn. .. . . .$1295
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START PLANNING NOW! 65 Chevelle Cpe . . . ;$I M95 ..
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} AT AGE 30 65 Chev. Sta. Wag. . . . .$1995
for $10,000 Life Protection AT AGE 35 Factory Air, 283 V 8, auto trans., power steering .

.ti R & H, nantucket blue exterior with ww
Thai's the average net cost each month

4s s of United of Omaha's LP- 5 Policy iteei ( 14d
.1 ..a over i period of 20 years! ,,' > ? *
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For example, at age 30 United's monthly premium is $14.74

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I Cash Value of Policy at End of 20 Years. : '.'':.,",. ', ',: '. 1,300.00.;

TOTAL NET COST Over 20 Years. i '. '. .".:f:>;. . ,'. 1 .',. 237,60 64 Malibu 4 Dr Sdn. . . : .$1289

NET AVERAGE MONTHLY COST . : . . .. .-.. .99 283 V 8, auto trans., ,R & H, tutone silver
blue with white top.
You seldom get something for nothing, but this comes close! Even at age 35 the I
j 64 Valiant Conv't. '. . . .'. .$989
net average monthly cost is .only $1.29. In many cases the cash values exceed Signet 200, 4 speed trans., R &:H, tuxedo black

the premiums paid in if you continue paying on your policy to age 65. These val. exterior, white vinyl top,red vinyl interior", sharp, j
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fill In the coupon below and mail today! There's no obligation whatsoever.. 64'Imp. Spt. Sdn.. . .. . .$1489
Factory air, 283 V 8 engine, auto trans., power -
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