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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 5, 1967


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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For Warrant CandidatesThe J

Navy has sent a messageto First class PO's who wishto Warrant officer applications
all commands extending ap- be considered In Februarymust from chiefs will be accepted until :'1
lication deadlines, for petty officers submit requests within the November '

who wish to enter the warrant next two weeks in order to be PO's Interested In applying ...'"'.
officer ranks. eligible to take the qualifying should visit the Educational Ser- ..,
The message gives details con chief's test October 24. Follow- vices Office or consult current
tained in Bureau of Personnel ing participation in the E-7 test, notices and Instructions outlining ,
Notice 1120 and modifies eligibility first class PO's will have until requirements and submission i

requirements for warrant December 1 to make formal ap procedures. .1
officers as outlined in a May plication.
RAdm. H.. H. Caldwell (center) and Capt. R. P. bureau instruction. ,

Kline step from j Jeep during NATTC' ceremony Friday. Modified requirements will be Battlefield
in effect for enlisteds applying Chaplain 'j
for the warrant ranks and eligiblefor 1

Air Training Center Review ection 1968.consideration board meets when In February the sel- Awarded Navy Medal J..g

Honors Admiral Caldwell Petty officers up to age 39 LCdr. Floyd E, Sims, Chaplain Chaplain Sims was cited for J,
will be considered by the Feb- Corps, received the Navy meritorious service while assigned I
ruary board. The May instruc- Commendation Medal September as regimental chaplain r
Retiring RAdm. H.H.Caldwell, JAX Band. tion had changed the maximumage 28 during ceremonies In the commanding with the Fourth Marines, Third
'commander Fleet Air Jacksonville Before trooping the line Ad to 31. The upcoming board officer:'sofice. Marine Division from June 1966to .i
was honored at the Naval miral Caldwell presented the will also consider applicants with June 1967 In Vietnam. J
Air Technical Training Center Purple Mean Medal to HM 1 up to 20 years active service, Capt. MJ. Stack read a cita- Throughout this period "he "
military review Friday. Bernie E. Ellis. He was awarded rather than 14. All other requirements tion to Chaplain Sims from Lt. consistently displayed exception- i
Admiral Caldwell will retire the medal for wounds he
remain in effect as Gen. V.H. Krulak, commanding al professionalism and resourceful -
October 31 after more than 40 received while in combat action outlined In BuPers Instruction general, Fleet Marine Force, leadership providing )
years of' active naval service. with the Third Marine Division 1120 .18 M of May 3, 1967. Pacific. for moral and spiritual welfareof
The military reviewbeganwitha Medical Battalion in Vietnam. Marine Corps personnel." \

performance by NATTCs pre- During remarks at the review. Seeks SONS The chaplain was commended ,
Academy as Midshipmen
cision' drill team, the Saxon Lan- Admiral Caldwell said, "I wish for "tireless energy and deter- (

cers. had the opportunity to mlnaton" while conducting ser- <
everyone see the fine young men in this The United States Naval Academy Sons of military men who have vices in combat zones and offering .
N review, both Navy and Marine offers a four-year educationfor retired, died or are on the retired spiritual guidance to Marinesof
I, .;tl Corps. If there were any mis- qualified young men and a or retainer lists can also all religious faiths.
givings as to the future safetyof chance to embark on a careeras apply for admission to the acad. While ?deposed; f to'' ,
>r. our country, all would be officers in the Navy or Mar- emy. the chaplain conducted services N'p
ine .
reassured. -
Sons of deceased veterans or
The military review was Navy personnel notice has veterans who draw 100 per cent

... brought to,a close with the pas- outlined the rules for for nominations of members to disability can qualify for academy
sing In << anddepartinghonr', academy sons :, notice.
revjew, ,. .entrance; p
forces Sons of -
.. "" "** ? -of-the armed : reserves V
... ors. Students at the naval academy-
During his active duty,Admiral active retired or deceased receive tuition, room and board
Hill I ELLIS Caldwell has served as head military men can apply plus $151.95 per month. Upon
under this '
Admiral Caldwell, accomp- of six Navy commands and two prOgram.The select 100 graduation they are commissioned -
anied by Capt.R.P.Kline,NA TIC ships. He was formerly assigned President can as regular officers in the Navy
commanding officer, conductedan as Commandant of the midshipmen each year sons or'Marine Corps and must serveat .
inspection of the honor guard, Tenth and Sixteenth Naval Dis- of military personnel who have least five years. e' My ;
for eight \
served active
followed by the playing of the national tricts, and Chief of Naval Air on duty
anthem, bytheCOMFAIR- Reserve Training. years. Candidates can obtain additional ,
Information from the 1967- r Yxld
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Attack Squadron Skippe;r Praises 68 U.S., Naval Academy Catalogue e M

I EMs at Luncheon Applications should be ad- \
Young League dr sscJ directly to the Chief of t'
Naval Personnel(Pers-B66)De CHAPLAIN SINS

highly of enlisted pound bomb. The bomb exploded, to sea. Fifty-five per cent of partment of the Navy, Washington In remote areas under adverse
D.C 20370.Application conditions, according to the citation -
Cdr. S.E. Latimer killing the chief and several other the crew have never voted,
deadline for the accompanying the medal.
men. he added.
talked about the Forrestal fire
and Attack Squadron-106's Pacific "People who had never touched During his talk before the Navy class entering In June 1968 is "Demonstrating warmth, insight -
Navy League ordnance before were unloading League, the commander showed Jan. 31, 1968. and sympathetic under- ,
deployment at a Additional information about standing, he served for extended
luncheon the Officers weapons from flight deck air- film clips of flight sorties over
Friday at
craft within minutes of the first North Vietnam and slides of the this program can be obtained periods of time at battalion and
from Navy recruiters or Bur- regimental aid stations,comforting
explosion, said the commander. Forrestal fire.
The attack squadron's com-
RAdm. H.H. Caldwell, com- eau of Personnel Notice. 1531 the wounded and performing 1
manding ship's, 'crew officer underwenutraining explained how the ,He.said< .xhatt medics!sand den-> mander .Fleet Air Jacksonville, of September, rites for the Jdeceas d. -

.;... at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and remarked lists aided the ship's doctors in attended the luncheon. '"8y his outstanding profes-
"the crew was 100 per caring for the injured. A pilot sional ability, tireless leadership -
cent ready for the deployment." was credited with saving a crewman's and inspiringdevotiontoduty
He said the Forrestal arrivedon life after applying. first throughout, LCdr. Sims contri-
Yankee Station off Vietnam aid.The buted significantly to the accomplishment -
June 25, four days before the fire Cecil Field attack squadron 1SFr of his units' missions -'
which took the lives of 134 Navy-' commmander said he was and upheld the finest traditions '
left with two favorable impressions of the Marine Corps and

men.Commander Latimer remarked following the disaster; ,. of the United States naval ser-
there were seven major explosions "the fighting spirit and determination .artir vice." -
within five minutes on of the ship's commanding Ii:4kj
the carrier following the explosion officer, and the courage of the MtMerlil Services Held

.,.. of a gas tank which fell teen-age enlisted men." Fir Piece Crash VictiMs
off an aircraft on the For restal's The commander pointed out

fllghtdeck. that, "I have nothing but respect Memorial services were held
Describing the heroics of and admiration for the
yesterday at the All Saints Chapel
crewmen, the commander told of who fought fires, entered : -
t young for the six Navymen who lost
how a chief walked through flames 11-
smoke-filled -
:compartments their lives In the crash of: a
> in' to cool oft a 1,000-
an attempt and struggled without sleep Neptune patrol plane and Crusader J
until fires were under control/' 1 Jet September 27.
The major- fires aboard the Aboard the VP-30 aircraft
,flflEDITORIALS. I carrier were under control with were Lt. ,Michael P; Myers (pilot -
in two hours of the first explosion : ), LCdr. R. H. Ford (copilot),

but smaller fires con- F ADR2 Charles M.McLanyCplanecaptain
2 tinued to burn below 'the flight I ), ATR2 Marion E. Young
deck for 16 hours.The (radioman) and AEAN Phillip R.
CIVIL SERVICE .' 5 commander revealed that, Muggins (observer). Pilot of the
VFP-62 Jet was Lt. (Jg) Mark .
.. "out of the 5,000 crewmen a-
,MOVIES. .. r., : .9 Garrett. .
'L board the .Forrestal ,June 29, E.
WANT ADS. <.V- . 9 60 per cent were young men on TRACK VOYAGE Commander' Latimer points out route which Chaplains Floyd Sims and V.
their first cruise aboard the ship the USS 'Forrestal sailed enroute to Vietnam to Peter Klrlll J. Mahoney officiated at the ser*
SPORTS.. . . 10 and 40 per cent had never been president of the Sixth District of the Navy League. vices.HONORED .

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October 5, 1967lEdiforial

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It's Something St. Edward's Chapel

'it. r .. SUNDAY MASS - 9 a.m.
and 11 a.m. M
To Think About ,DAILY MASS11:30a.m..
SATURDAY MASS --9:00 a.m.
"Never do today, hat you can put off Until tomorrow!I" It's an 5 5:30 p.m.7-7:30 Y .L
p.m. p.m. rk
expression many comedians use In jest -- but all too many of us
take this expression to heart. It's called procrastination -- puttingit RECEIVES AWARD ._- The Superior Achievement award is pre-
off, not thinking about it. U.S. Naval Hospital l sented to Chief of Police DJL.: Loudermill. Security Officer LCdr.
If you actually sit down and think about It the human being hardly D.W. Moore and employees of the Security Department; John E.
ever does -- THINK that is. About the only time we actually thinkis SUNDAY MASS - -8 a.m. Stolarski, Warren W. Esterllng Otto H. Bottin and Harry A. Horton,
when we're forced into it by some evil force of nature. In recognition of their:-individual and group effort toward the devel-
We had rather procrastinate than think because thinking taxes opment of a Defensive Driver Improvement course at WAS J ax.
the brain and this takes effort and who likes to put forth effort! PROTESTANTAll
A psychologist once said that 50 per cent of the people would Personnel Urged to Back
rather do anything than think, 25 per cent of the people seriously 'Saints Chapel
think about thinking 20 per cent of the people think they seriously
think and this leaves only five per cent of the people who actually DIVINE SERVICE -l0 a.m. Combined Federal DriveThe
think! SUNDAY SCHOOL - 9 a.m.
There is some doubt as to exactly what the psychologist meant Chapel Annex Bldg. 722
by his statement that only five per cent of the people actually think. CHURCH SCHOOL - 9 a.m. Combined Federal Camp- including an extensive camping
Some say that after he made the statement he was psycho analyzedby Chapel Center. Bldg. :751 aign is in Its third week in the program.
another psychologist who found no basis in the first psychologist's WEDNESDAYChoir Jacksonville area and everyone is Boys Club of Jacksonville
"thinking process" for the statement. Rehersal .- 7 p.m. urged to. help make this year's
Who knows perhaps procrastination Isn't 'really so bad after all THURSDAY contributions reach new heights. Works closely with schools,
if you really stop to think about. At least It gives us something to Young Adult Group 7 p.m. This one-time solicitation un- law enforcement bodies and other
think about! Christian Science Service8 der the Combined Federal Camp- social agencies, guides boys to
All this tongue in cheek bit of information is not meant to be taken - p.m. aign for voluntary health and wel- responsibility and good citizen-
seriously nor to offend anyone. It's just that with wars hurricanes SECOND MOND ;f Each Month fare agencies provides funds to ship through craft and athletic
automobile accidents murders, floods, and disasters and crises all Chapel Women's Guild help civilian and military per- programs; a very real weapon
over the world, it's nice for a change to look at the lighter side of -------9:30a.m. sonnel alike. against juvenile delinquency.
life without THINKING about It. (Chapel Center) ? Each week while the campaignis Camp Fire Girls
in progress the]ax Air News
will give specific information Program combines fun,friend
Fire Prevention U.S. Naval Hospital concerning the different branches ship, achievement and high ideals
of the Combined Federal for girls aged seven to 18. Ac-
SUNDAY SERVICE- -- --10 a.m. Campaign.This tivities include camping, home-

Year Round week we take a look at making, personality development -
the United Fund and some of health training and ser-
the agencies it covers. inform- vice to others, with emphasison
year we are asked to observe one specific week as National Traffic ation concerning all the agencies "learning by doing.
Fire Prevention Week in order "to put particular emphasis on under the United Fund will be
recognizing and eliminating fire hazards. given In latter editions of the Catholic Charities Bureau
Next week has been designated as National Fire Prevention JaxAlrNews. Provides casework service to
Week. During next week civilian and military fire fighters throughout ViolationsThe Listing the agencies In alphabetical families regarding problems of
the country and at all our military Installations will seek to order here In briefis their children; helps unwed mo-
enlist the active support of all whom they serve in controlling man- what your contributions pro- thers; accepts children for foster
kind's most fearsome enemy -- fire. following is a report of vide for some of the different care or adoption; renders care
In proclaiming this year's National Fire Prevention Week Pre- motor vehicle accidents and traffic agencies under the United Fund: and assistance to the aged. ,
sident Johnson pointed out that more than twice as many Americanswere violations for the period!I
American Red Cross Child Guidance Clinic
killed by fire In 1966 than on the battlefields of Vietnam.In September 28 October 2.
addition to this needless loss of life, almost two billion dollarsin Number of Accidents: Counseling, communications, Serves those children In/the
property was destroyed by fire and smoke. This Week - - 2 financial and other assistance to community whose emotional or
The threat of fire is constantly with us, whether 'in our place of Total Accidents This year through servicemen, veterans and their social problems prevent them
duty our home or in our community living Fire prevention must, October 2---- - 277 families; service and training from being adjusted, happy in-
therefore be a 365dayayear campaign in order to eliminate Number of Accidents through October programs in first aid, water dividuals. Diagnostic consulta-
loss of life and property. 2, 1966 - 286 safety and nursing care; disas- tion and treatment helps them

.' :-j" : .'f. "):" "" "" "" """ ,.:J'1 \;" ': .. Total number of days since ter preparedness and relief. grow .into well-adjusted adults.Children's .
last Injury in a motor vehicle
1 FIRE I PREVENTION WEEK American Social Health Assoc.
1 accident - - 15 Home Society
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Number Violations
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t} f'l }..:. )it ,.11'ifit. Non-sectarian; adoption and
: r This Week - - 104
: '( ,f" "' ;:" : ; family life education with Armed
related services for Infants and
;. i ) .t} ;..'l .O.c t. 8 i. Speeding - - 16 Forces local and national agen- children services for
!t young ; unmarried -
II''' z. : f:.r.i ;,,1 Reckless Driving - 14 cies, law enforcement and health mothers consultation
7l' ": ri :&; Going through Stop Sign - 3 ;
departments to control VD
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.' ; t"; natural parents wishing to release -
; 'I' Other Violations - 71
titution, narcotics addiction' and
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children for adoption and to
Nineteen drivers before
YJi' appeared -
., ,; allied conditions.
,.: .< ', 4::" the Traffic Hearing Board at prospective adoptive parents.
.:- $ ., the meeting held on Tuesday. Arthritis Foundation Children's Museum
of the Includedthe
Disposition cases
1 '. <.I' Supports research and health
Nine lost
? t following: drivingand Summer and after school
Unfortunately most fires are caused by carelessness or hazardous parking privileges aboard Arthritis education and programs; sponsors classes In art, nature and
Collagen Disease
conditions and can, therefore, be prevented. Accumulationsof the station for various periods; Program at Duval Medical Cen- science; tours of exhibits for
rags and papers; careless smoking; open paint and oil cans; Five were assigned to completean ter; provides groups of children supplement
reach of small children and overloaded electric eight-hour course In remedial group physical school
matches left within ; therapy and Craft regular studies; plane- _..
circuits have been singled out time after time as some of the common driving at NATTC; Five received for arthrltlcs.operates Shop tarium shows andeducationalactivities -
fire hazards.Yet suspensions; Three were given provided.
we either continue to Ignore these and other potential fire warnings; One dismissed; Nine Boy Scouts of America
dangers or delay correcting them until It is too late. President fined (U.S. Commissioner); and Clara White Mission
Johnson stated In his 1967 Fire Prevention Week proclamation that, Two referred to commanding officers Character building,citizenship Provides religious and character -
"It is imperative that the United States undertake a massive pro- for possible disciplinaryaction. training, physical fitness and building education for the
gram to perfect its knowledge of and its protection against the leadership for boys eight to 18 Negro community; works with juvenile -
havoc of fire." Sixteen drivers were assesseda through activities designed to develop delinquents, paroled and
During Fire Prevention Week this year do your part to rid total of 49 points. healthy minds and bodies discharged prisoners; operates
your home your office and your community of possible fire dangers day nursery and shelter care for
and to keep fire in its proper place--as a friend of mankind rather transients.
than his enemy. (AFPS)
Day Nursery &

Chaplains/ Message -ArHR. NEWS" Kindergarten Association

Operates four nurseries the

By Lt. Thomas Johnson, CHC The 1 AX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper Jacksonville area. Half the child
distributed each Thursday at the, U. S. Naval Air Station ren cared for are from broken
Seeing the great Jim Ryan run his classic three minute-plus Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing Company, homes allowing the remalniiic
mile on television was a thrill. The personal discipline of train- a private firm. All Copy submitted for use In the JAX parent<< to work and maintain the
ing must have been strenuous for him, to develop the endurancefor AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Affairs Of- home.
his record breaking mile run. Personal discipline is also nec- fice, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 10:00: noon on Monday
essary for every' human being to achieve the good In life he de- before publication. News items are welcomed from all ***..***
sires. St. Francis of Assist gave us a prayer to help us with the sources Telephone 772 3118 or 3119.

discipline of training ourselves. May it be your prayer and your Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and quer- The United Fund of the Jack-
guide ies concerning such should be sonville area is conducting this
"LORD, make me an instrument of Your peace. Where there annual campaign under the
fs hatred, let me sow love; Where there is injury, pardon; Where The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blanding Blvd. Combined Federal Campaign to
there Is doubt faith; Where there is despair hope; Where thereis Jacksonville, Fla. 32210 Telephone 388 2755. raise operating funds for its
darkness, light and Where there is sadness joy. 0, DIVINE member agencies and i main-
MASTER that I not so much Seek to be console To
grant may ; tains an "Open Door" policy for
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be understood as to understand; To be loved as to love; For it VOL. OCTOBER 5, 1967 agencies which can meet the
is in giving that we receive; It is. in pardoning that we are par- standards of budgeting and administration -
doned; and it is in dying that we are born to eternal life.'.' required. r
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If it weren't for us the planes wouldn't fly' ':," ".- .1i i

"The crash operation Is the -
most Important activity on the I __ 1.f-- ;- -I J
station. If it weren't for the
Crash Rescue Division planes Le -
wouldn't fly and that is the whole '
purpose of Cecil Field."
Starboard crash captain A. R. ?
Touchton is proud of his Job w
and the men who work with him.
The crash crew is made up of r
53 navy men and 26 civilian
working together. They man two
duty sectionsoperatfhg the t
clock. Capt. Touchton is crew r ct e .
leader for the day or starboardcrew a i
and ABH1 J. N. Beatty 9 1 li il
heads the Navy section. %
The port section is under the
leadership of crash captain 1..
M. Garner and the Navy section
leader is ABH1 George Chester. -
The crews. maintain 21picesof
equipment, Including two water
trucks, a former, two pickups, Dispatcher takes call. . and crew hits the lineEXMEMBERS
six MB 5's which can put down J
28,800 gallons of foam in two
minutes, and two MB-1's,throwing -
24,000 gallons in two minutes.

80,000 The pounds cranes and can are hoist used up to to (to be) OF THE ARMED SERVICES i

remove aircraft which can't be
rolled off the runway.
The crews stand duty In three
sections within in the basic watch r : "
The primary crew is ready to '
put a vehicle on three main dan- :
ger spots at all times. Incase {iII f
of emergency they hit the ap 1
proach the mid section, and 1. "st' FilrM .ri dl vt},
roll out at the end of the runway _

crew The and barn one section group goes the to reserve chew. '{?; jS t, i''" ) 1 1.i

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and if immediately the aircraft will blow touchdown up. They .(,' ..... ;.. ,, .

don't take any chances. Ina year, ? .
emergencies may average three a st ina;
day and sometimes there may be : ..... .:

emergencies as many as get eight the or same ten.cover All l .., ___

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Sgt. James L. Toner, who served -
Y..r., $! h Morley, G. Bradford was with a support company of
: ; meritoriously promoted to his Third Battalion, Seventh Marines
present rank September 27 for in Phu Bai, arrived hereon Sept
f' academic excellence in the Aviation ember 25. Toner served nine
I Ordnance School here. months in Vietnam before being
He graduated with a 92.76 average medivaced out.
>: to set the highest schol- Sargeant Toner is presently
astic mark in three years. assigned to Galley Three.
Bradford received his promotion -
f warrant from LtCol. A. E. DeparturesMarine
James, commanding officer of NCO's ,held a sayo-
Aviation Detachment,
nara party at the Acey Duecy
during the graduation ceremon- Club for 10 leathernecks who

ies. are Pac being transferred to West-

Among those being transferredare
LtCol. J.W. Sullivan, former
commander of Marine Aviation
__ Detachment, and MSgt.E.L.Shel-

Others who were honored include -
A 'Dtp'"rM Gunnery Sergeants O.M.
Domer, T.L. Heard, J.A. Pat-
rick, and D. Sison.
q W1 u ''iS Staff Sergeants J. J. Po-
/c; o1 / lischeck, R. M. Starett, P. J.
Waske, and D.R. White were
also given Bon Voyage plaques.
\ Pistol Match

The Marine Aviation Detach-
i izyy
i ment pistol team made a good
showing September 24 as they
"' .. took eight of the nine awards at
the Hollywood 1800 Pistol Match.
a :ifvr r ; CPL. M.G.; Bradford The top winner was GySgt.
: John K. Maurer, who earned
s, New Arrivals three of the Leathernecks' eight
awards. Maurer, firing in the
The Marines Aviation Detach- Master Class, came in first in
ment (NAS), welcomed three new the .22 caliber match, the.45
arrivals from Vietnam. caliber match, and won the grand
:ro i.N ro First Lieutenant Carl M. Pon- aggregate award. His total win-
der arrived here September 16 ning score was 1729 out of a
from Chu Lai. During his seven-' possible 1800 points.
th month tourmonth tour there he SSgt. Ronald J. Christiansen
month tour there he was the air- also captured three awards for
craft maintenance officer of Mar- the Marines. He fired In the
ine Attack Squadron-223, First Marksman Class and took second
Marine Aircraft Wing. place in the .22 caliber match,
Lieutenant Ponder is presentlythe first place in the .45 caliber
assistant officer-in-charge of match, and first place in the
Marine Mechanical School. grand aggregate in his class
Sgt. Patrick M. Vogt arrived with a final score of 1445.
here September 23 trom Dong Cpl. John H. Sink, also in the
Ha, where he served with the Marksman Class took the other
Third Battalion Ninth Marines. two awards for his team. He
United fares well. He spent 13 months in Vietnamand placed second in the .45 caliber
you is the holder of a Purple match and second in the grand
Heart Medal. aggregate. Sink's aggregatescore
Vogt is working in the MAD was 1268.

Twice For years you've been able to fly OPEN SUNDAY

standby on United for just onehalfthe

regular Coach fare. You still can.

Now we've introduced another fare,
perfect for those times you need to !
fly somewhere in a hurry and can't t A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY

take the chance of missing a certain We (.*. then the VW 16 point Safety Mid P.rform.nce In.p.ct-
lon. Then w. tuned up. tithtnd. end plaed everything that
flight as a standby, ,., ,. Deeded It. And guaranteed them 100% for the repair or replacement
: t of all and or mechanic part.- for 30 days or 1000 11I11... Coma
It reserved Coach '.,w"
gives you a seat : on In doubt check.
for just two-thirds the regular fare. ENOWK "TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE "FRONT AXLE
\. It's good to anywhere United flies, ,,1::A '!< ;: t.\\

..:,J\ almost anytime you want to fly there. ,j' '.. 67 VW FASTBACK AIR COND. . . $2395

'.' ',..:' Both fares are available to servicemen ,;;. Vf* Sft l *6 VW FASTBACK, Radio ', ', '. $1895
:t and women in U.S. uniform, with }-' 67 VW SEDAN. f . .0. . 57750

.' DD Form 1580 or official leave papers. 66 VW SEDAN, Air C nJ. 0. . . 57795

", ". Next time you travel, call United. .. "';; 66 VW SEDANS. . . '. . . 51550
r': Whether you fly standby (and save f 63 VW SEDANS. . '. . . . $950
". i'J, one-half), or make a reservation ..'y'.,:" 61 VW SEDAN . . . . $795
., (and save onethIrdiT) 'jf., 66 VW KARMANN GHIA Convertible/ .$1945''

you're bound to fare eI.IJ "-. ., r ;" 63 VW'KARMANN GHIA Coupe,.Air Cone/ 57275
well on United. the 62 VW KARMANN GHIA Coupe. . $1025
fhendfysmes 63 VW DLX STATION WAGEN. . . J7J95
;, t; 63 CHEV. IMPALA SS LOADED. .. $1395
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I "They fly more servicemen
For information and tickets, visit or call your than'anyotnerairfne", VOLKSWAGEN INC.
JAMTO office located at Bldg. 13 at Main Gate JAX, .. 'f. + ,

Tele. No. 387 2811 or Jax Ext. 3555. 1150 LANE AVE., S., J Jacksonville, Fla. 781. 5511

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I I Jacksonville Area Civil Service News i I I 11


y. PromotedThe :_

following N AS Jacksonville
employees have be4n promotedin
accordance. with the station's
Merit Promotion Program.

? William J. Kenyon Jr., fore T
= 9 man (leadingman), A/C engine
mechanic; Eric O'Brienfore
man (leadingman), A/C engine
mechanic; Dennis C. Minton,
supervisory industrial engineer, \
GS 12, Eugene D. Dunn, ele- ,
y 3 6 trical engineer, GS 7; Blaise

W. Castelli foreman( leading- .
man A/C Electrician; ThomasR. t
Brown Sr.,aircraft electrician 3
James M. Fraser foreman(lead- I
ingman), A/C electrician; Ber-
nard Siegel, production control -
man (A/C ordnance mechanic), Emil A. Hleb
James H. Bedenbaugh, supervisor (A/C O&R), (L)) presented Gary A. Adams, student trainee, Thomas production planning supervisor. (L) presented
Edgar H. Smith a watch his retirement from NARF. Smith GS W. Davis a watch upon his retirement from NARF.
upon (aerospace engineer), 3; Davis worked at NARF 25 t
worked with NARF 22 years. David C. Hoffman, student trainee years.- {
(electrical engineer); GS- Youth Campaign WANT ADS
Rate Advancement 5; Nicholas G. Correnti, pro- WILL SELL FOR YOUVenetians 1
duction controlman (A/Celectri- Hires 75,000
cian); Arthur A. Axelson elec-
Midsummer indicatedthat
tronics mechanic (maintenance) reports
Openings ListedThe federal agencies would exceed i
and Willis V. Week Jr., aero-
the summer hiring goal in
merit promotion oppor MPB No. 145-67 Lithographic engineering technician the President's Youth Oppor- ((ft Terrace
tunities listed below are cur- pressman, $3.30 $3.44 $3.58 tunity Campaign.As .
rently open for receipt of ap- per hour. Area of consideration:: Stokes Peacock leader (mess of June 30, federal agenciehad V BAPTIST CHURCHKINDERGARTEN$15mbJ
lications. The area of consid- nationwide applications will be attendant) hired 75,000 youngsters, Including ..
eration and closing date of each accepted through the close of Mary E. Barrett, secretary 42,000 needy youths appointed -
(stenography), GS 5. under authorities
bulletin are shown. business Oct. 18. special
MPB No. 72 67 Plan D James H. Welch, military pay issued by the Civil Service Com- DAY CARE CENTER-
grade levels GS 4, and below: MPB No. 152 67 Supervisory supervisor, GS 7; and YvoneP. mission. $12.50 WEEK
MPB No. 79 67 Plan C all accounting technician.GS. Harvey secretary (stenographer) Agencies who had been urgedto '
semi skilled positions pay level Area of consideration: NAS hire one extra youth for every 5284 118th'St.Tran'sportatlon .
7 and below. MPB No. 83-67 NARF NARTlT, COMFAIRJAX, Help keep 100 regular employees throughout Available
Plan B all skilled positionspay Navy Commissary Stores,Jack- AmericaStrong the United States indicated
level 8 and above. Area of sonville. Applications will be that additional appointments 771.7514,771-8111,771-3378
consideration: NAS NARF accepted through the close of ..' were likely to be made..
NARTU. COMFAIRJAX, Navy business today. U.S. SAVINGS BONDS ---
Commissary "Stores Jackson' I NEW FREEDOM SHARES THE "V 1960 Blanding Blvd., I I IAN to '9PM
ville. Application will be accepted DAILY LUNCHEONS
at any time. A separate ap-
plication form 57 must be filedfor eBob's Fried Chicken
each psotion in which inter- Oak Hill
ested.Examhiatins. All You .I,
Pure Service CenterOpen RESTAURANT Can Eat" $1.25_

for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.

Interagency Board of the road service. pick .up. & delivery THIS IS WHERE
U.S. Civil Service Examiners for
Florida has Issued the following mechanic OH duty American & Foreign Cars -
examination announcement to fill
positions throughout the state.
103rd & Jammes Road I
The announcements were as 771.9156
follows: Clerk-typist (trainee) Jacksonville, Florida
GS-1 $3609 per annum and Clerk
Stenographer (trainee) GS-2
$3925 per annum.
Starting salaries for these positions -
range from $1.74 $1.89 TiICIAii.

per hour. 1-
Applications will be accepteduntil ..' : :
Oct. 27, and should be sent SERVICE CENTER
to .the Interagency Board of U.S.

Civil Service Examiners 123 4669 ROOSEVELT BLVD. AT ORTEGA RIVER
South Court Avenue, Orlando
Fla. 32801. Pfceie 389.1161
Additional information re -
garding these positions may be 24 Heir Reid
obtained by calling the Employment -
Office, 772 3448. INd Wrecker Service I The AIRLINES TRAFFIC OFFICE representsthe
Airlines of the U.S.A. and
Scheduled is here to serve the
APPROVED Military Installations in all their air transportation needs.

JtJ4frtJ' AUTO SERVICE GARAGE We,have complete airline information to show you that travelingby
j; : RENTAL CARS & BOATS =.a .m-t
VALUES'. are only a few ways you can save money.
Complete Marina Sales Service
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\\\ ''Fire Hurts'' Is Theme for Fire Prevention Week V

"Fire Huns*' Is the theme being used for the' observance of Fire Prevention Week,
which begins Sunday.
r And fire does hurt! For like a branding iron, long after the flames are extinguished,
__ the smoke drifts away and the ashes cool, an indelible Impression is left on the livesof
people It touches. .
: $ ciit More than 12,000, lives were lost in fires last year, and 2,000, of them were children
t killed in home fires. One out of every three children Wiled was left alone when the fire
[.1 started.
Every day fires claim an average of 33 lives, 1,500 homes, 19 schools, nine churches, %
[ II1 12 hospitals and nursing homes, 114 stores and 144 industrial plants, which amounts to .
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more than $$4 million a day lost in fires. 1-__ -
-1 1i Careless smoking and matches cause over 200,000, fires and 1,200, deaths In the United : .- IL --1.----. -
States each year. i : ---- -
; i Here at NAS, fire department personnel carry out an aggressive fire prevention pro- -
gram. Yet, more than 300 alarms were answeredby the station fire department last year, i : ... : :
'- costing $$1.000 in building and content damages.
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Station fire Inspector, Capt. W. M. Olive says more than 50 per' cent of the fires aboard j ; ;
the station are caused by careless smoking and misuse of matches. r I
Some people: although warned many times,inadvertently smoke near flammable liquids,
use inadequate ashtrays, discard smoldering cigarettes or fall asleep while smoking. :
There is a station regulation that prohibits smoking any sleeping quarters on station,
all warehouses, storerooms, theaters and any area which has a no smoking( sign posted. i
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However, there are still those. who ignore signs, and endanger their own lives and the

______ lives of their shipmates. w AT 4 .1.1I
r- ; t ____ Naturally private homes do not have posted smoking regulations, but precautions must I "__
'( be taken to be safe from fire dangers. For example, using wastebaskets for ashtrays is r
dangerous, large ashtrays designed to prevent.cigarettes from falling out are suggested..
____ Lighting matches or smoking in attics, closets or other confined places near clothes,
i ____ paper or other combustibles are potential hazards. Matches are especially' dangerousin 1
the hands children, according to fire prevention experts.
T L "Because of the effectiveness of the station fire prevention program, including the
of flammable constant readiness of station fire wardens", says station Fire Chief Don Moran,"fires -
Careless use liquids can 1
and damages have been kept to a minimum.
cause serious injuries and damages. Use extreme care with The fire warden program was organized in 1960 by Chief Moran. It consists of 125

paint, thinner or cleaning liquids. Read the label and be sure. military and civilian personnel, one in every building on the station. The ,responsibility> THE RESULT. .can_be> deadly combination of smoke and
1 of' the fire warden is to inspect the building assigned in search of fire hazards, and to flame.
FIRE BY ELECTRICITY. .A forgotten electric appliance i1 inspect all fire fighting equipment located in the building. Each inspection is reported SMOKING IN BED. Cigarette embers can smolder in uphol--
keeps right on working, until it's' too late. When finished usIng >$ t S, to the fire department. Any discrepancies. reported are immediately checked< and stery, clothes or bedding. .
!: appliances, double check to be sure they are turned off. : ; corrected. Roosevelt ;
Personnel in the fire warder program attend the'station fire prevention school, also a t( ; } CAR WASH
function of the fire department.The Mall
school is also open to anyone interested in of fire prevention. Subjects
BIG covered in the program include the chemistry. fire, use of flammable liquids, misuseof OPEN MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 8:30: AM.' :3:30: PM
electric units, fire fighting; equipment, how to report a fire and what to do in case
TltfE CO. of fire. More, than 2,000, persons attend the school each year. FREE CAR WASH
One of the most important:> subjects stressed at the school is the use of combustible ,
..1 : -Ep liquid. Fire Capt. C. Nix, fire inspector' says, "People are just using flammable liquids WITH/ 15 GALS. OR MORE STANDARD OIL/
___ because they do not read the label or know what they are using./'"' PRODUCTS CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED
Many aerosol spray cans and cleaning fluids are highly flammable, and personal
Frfta'' injuries can be avoided by reading.. and carefully following; the instructions printed on SPRAWAX .NOW. ONLY" 50t$
Per_.. the side. People using flammable liquids of("any;sort-should work.'In a wellventilatedarea. :
t' R.t.CPO. If at home, shut off fall stoves, pilots and 1 other flame producing devices in.the area. Located In,Roosm/f/ Mall 'Shopping' Center. ,
and do not smoke.If -rt__ __ _l -- 1_ :i 1 1O
Ow..r. you were asleep in the barracks, and woke to the sound of a fire alarm, you would

automatically follow the evacuation escape' plan practiced during drills. But what if you 4III O'04III O "";. ___ ___ ___o o oe.o'
were at home and you were awakened by the smell of smoke and a crackling sound? Your ... -,
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Harold Porman Mayport first response:> would be to escape. Butwhat, if the halls and stairway were aflame? Will :. ,. 'In. ,
Walter Nolan Roosevelt : you panic, and try to jump from a Window. ? What about' the: other members of your *"
Low Weber .'NormandySPEED )' family '. the frightened children? Will you tell them to jump, and risk the danger of i i
serious injury and possible death?
It's' too late when fire strikes. TheNational Fire Protection Association urges families- ,I 0
to plan an escape route from each room in the house. Be sure children understand. the FIRE FIGHTERS. .NAS Fire Department personnel are on ,0 rh ,'..'::r:." I, ., ," '
importance of following escape instructions. hand 24 hours a day to protect station buildings and personnelfrom .", .': ... '
EQUIPMENT I IS .... the dangers of fire.. Make it an all hands effort to keep .." 0
them out of work. .Practice fire prevention! '

TAKE' THE TIME. .Piles of newspapers make a good placefor laletMatilla Si( ; PIZZA wm ,

RACING I SLICKS CHROME PIPES a bad fire to start. Take a few minutes to discard news- ) '.

papers correctly. A few minutes could save a few lives.HARiEYDAVIPSQIM I TAKE OUT ORDERS DINING ROOM '1' :': ,,\'.' ,
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SHOCKS FRONT OR REAR (pts. & labor) 12.95UP I,I Thursday)': 9:30: a.m. 4:30: p.m. I,
BRAKE SHOES .Any)' U. S. Car (pts. &,. labor) 1O.95uP Starting salary (for Bachelor's $$7314 I 3 Friday)': 10:00: a.m.,,, 3:00: p.m. omtwmmiHttt
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I toyland Prepares for ShoppersWith

Christmas 82 days away, Exchange operated Toyland offers gloves bow and arrow sets anda
parents are beginning to hear lower prices, as well as an wide selection of bicycles and
their children's requests for economical lay-away plan. This tricycles are also in this section.

toys.To plan allows a person to pay The game section features
many parents, the cost of only one-fourth down (minimum games for those of all ages and
toys appears to be.. on the increase $10)) with final payment.due Dec- includes the old favorites like
with each passing year. ember 15.Toyland. monopoly, checkers, scramble ;
This may hold true with many is located in Bldg. and bingo, along with the new
department stores 'but the Navy, 514. It is open 9 a.m. to 4:30 games that join the shelves each ;
p.m. Monday through Friday.Sat- year.
Eleven Win urday's hours are from 9 a.m. For the boys who like action,
to 1 p.m. there are combat sets, holster
sets, James Bond and BB guns,
PinsEleven constructive building setsmodel ,.
Toyland stocks a supply of 15
airplanes, ships and carstrucksand
Navy Relief Society volunteers categories of toys with new ship- electric trains. i4 E
ments arriving daily. Hundredsof
received pins and charmsin For the little girls who loveto _
toys displayed on the shelvesare
recognition voluntary workat be "just like mother", there
a ceremony Friday. designed to amuse those are housekeeping and kitchen -.....
Capt. Martin J. Stack, NAS from toddlers to grandparents.The sets, dozens of types of dolls, STRONGER THAN A TIGER-Five -year-old Louise, daughterof
commanding officer made the arts and crafts section doll carriages and strollers and Army Capt. J.M. Gregory, Armed Forces Examining Station,
presentations for RAdm. H. H. has a selection ranging from personal care beauty sets. does a little examining of her own at Toyland.
Caldwell, commander Fleet Air the newest wool-art and velvet In the pre-school age child-
Jacksonville.A textured paint sets to the not so
section there that
charm for 1,000 hours of new, but still fun,paint by number are toys
are not only fun, but educational. I NATTC I
voluntary work was presentedto sets. There' are action and puzzle : Behind The SceneBy

Mrs.Barbara Gotten. Layette blocks, pull, squeeze and push
Committee. In the sporting goods section toys, busy and constructive toys, Tom RakerA
there are footballs, basketballs, Toyland also has artifical muffled cry for help, a cap- George Wilkerson had it not been
volleyballs, baseballs, as wellas Christmas trees and wreaths, sized boat, an unconscious man; for AECS Paul J. Rodgers, his
complete sets for the various decorations and lights and all the makings of a tragedy.It son Michael, and his neighbor,
sports. Roller slates, boxing greeting cards would have been fatal for Bill Tyre.At .
home on Fleming Island,
late in the afternoon of September -

Jews Celebrate HighOctober Holy Daysdescended 25, Rodgers thought heheard
someone yell for help. The cry
seemed to come from the dir-
or "Tishri" in the ditional Services (Musaf) With from Mount Sinai with ection of the river, across a
Jewish religion, is the monthIn these lessons of faith,sovereignty the second tablets of the Ten wooded area from his house.
which the Jewish High Holy remembrances and proclamations Commandments, bringing newsto Rodgers sent his 17yearold
Days are observed. of God, The Jews usherin the Jewish people that they son to investigate and told himto
Rosh Hashanah, or New Years, the New Year. had been forgiven their sin ofhav- call back through the woodsif
began its three day celebration The introspective mood of Rosh ing worshipped the Golden Calf. there was trouble.
period Wednesday. It is botha Hashanha is not permitted to disappear Yom Kippur is marked by a Wilkerson and a companion,
Barbara Cotten universal and personal holy wjth the passing of the complete 24 hour fast, from sun- commercial fishermen from a
Mrs. Jean Clark and Mrs. period. It has a lesson for all New Year. The first 10 days of down to sundown, as well as by tiny fishing community of Switzerland -
Shirlee Ervin, Layette Committee humanity and at the same time the Hebrew month culminating prayer and reflection. Jews fast on the other side of the
received charms for 600 guides the individual in his own Yom Kippur, are known as Pen- on this day because of the com- river, had overturned their small
hours. conduct. Man's attention is cal- itential Season. pletely spiritual meaning of the boat. Wilkerson was unconscious -
Charms for 100 hours of work led to his weaknesses so that he Yom Kippur, the Day of Atone- day; they are to be concerned his face was in the water,
were awarded<: to Mrs. Joan Fa- cease from the follies of sin ment, is celebrated through the with only the spiritual aspects but he was still clinging to the
hey, Layette Committee; Mrs. and gaze upon the. realities of sunsets of October 13-14. It of life. boat. The other man had swum
Joy Foresman, chairman of Interviewers life. The Zodiac sign of Tishri, ancient \ times It was known as '*: In the concluding 'service, the ashore and shouted.
; Mrs. Irma Hartwick Is Scales, symbolically remind- "The Great Day", or simply Neilah, the Jews make their final Tyre heard the noise, too,
and Mrs. Frances Welldand.both ing man that each one's deeds "The Day". To the Jew It is effort to win forgiveness before saw the situation, and launched -
Layette Committee members. are weighed and judged in a the day of the year, the holiest the closing of the gates heaven his boat. Michael swam out
.One hundred hour pins went heavenly Book of Accounts on and richest in religious signif at the end of the sac ed day. to help Tyre pull Wilkerson,
to Mrs. Mary Greens Interviewer Rosh Hashanah.In icance. It Is the climax of a Yom Kippur with it. prayers, a 250pound man, into the boat.
; Mrs. Gail Gob and Mrs. Joan Orthodox Synagogues, each 40 day period of selfexaminationand fasting and confession of sin They brought Wilkerson to the
May, receptionists; and Mrs. morning of the month preceding spiritual stocktaking.. The is ,yet a festive am1 happy day water's edge, and his companion
Pearl Stankaitis, Layette Com- Rosh Hashanah, after the daily day is prescribed in the bibleas expressing a basicaJiyoptimistic) began administering anificial
mittee. service, a few notes of the Shofar a day of atonement and for- confidence in God's mercy and respiration
(a ram's horn) are sounded as giveness. Rabbinic legend hasit faith in his forgiveness.Wives' Rodgers, seeing the Schafer
a herald-call and during the week that on this very day Moses method yield no results, asked
preceding Rosh Hashanah, each Notes for permission to try mouth-to-
guan night between midnight and dawn, mouth resuscitation. He got
earnest supplications known as The Marine Wives Club helda it and after about five minutes
C'. Selichos are rected, imploring PIItA-WISE social meeting .Monday in the Wilkerson, in a state of shock,
God to bestow His forgivenesson home of Mrs. Linda McKinney.The started breathing.
J ()J lIas all creatures. I guest speaker was Ssgt. Rodgers put Wilkerson
The blowing of the Shofar on PLEDGE Wingate who spoke on the sub- in his car and rushed him to Clay
ject of Vietnam. Memorial Hospital Green
Ysan Rosh Hashanah Is the most striking -
ALLEGIANCE TOSPAKEY'S Mesdames Judy Vargas, Springs..
Juan at Niblick i ritual of the ceremony. Re-
Bobbie Donnelly, Brownie Kelly, *********
Phone 384 4406 minscent of the ram which, in
Wilma Stens and June Handley A of E-4's
the Biblical account, replaced group graduated
1, 2 & 3 Bedrooms Isaac as an offering to God, were welcomed as new members.The from Leadership School on Sep-
Garden Type Apartmentswith the ritual of blowing the ram's wives will sponsor a Hall- tember'29. The ceremony'was
Country Club horn Is to arouse God's compassion oween party at the Naval Hospitalon held in front of King Hall. The
Atmosphere for Isaac's descendants and s October 26 for some of the pa- men were from NATTC, NAS,
Kitchens equipped with GE also to inspire one to deeds of tients. NARTU and Cecil Field.
Ranges & Refrigerators sacrifice. Tradition interpretsthe The next meeting will be heldat Capt. R.P. Kline, NATTC CO,
Individual Air Conditioning sounds of the Shofar as a the Acey Duecy Club dining spoke briefly. He spoke of the
and Heating by G. E room on October 23.
God's and of
summons to court of sophistication complexity
Drafts furnished judgement. Anyone desiring information the military, saying that "the
Wall Carpeting and
Large Swimming Pool Following the Shofar, three concerning membership please science fiction of today may become -
fundamental principles of the contact Mrs. Mary Swartz at the forecast of reality for
faith 384-6584 or Dot Lynn at 771- "
are emphasized in the Ad- 4001. tomorrow.

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I Movies | Club Schedules:

r Yv $} ? Ir {:h'ti

MOVIES will be shown reg- NAS JAX ::JAds
ularly at the NAS Jax Theatreat CPO CLUB: Pizzas are $.75 today. Try the seafood specialfor :'i. r'i:

6 and 8:15 p.m., Monday thrt; $1.25 tomorrow evening. Dance to the music of the Johnny
Saturday. There will also be a Arnold "4M. Mark Castle will present his music Saturday even-

matinee at 2 p.m. onSaturdays. ing. A sirloin steak for $1.65 is the dinner special for the day. should be mailed tc the Holt Publishing Company,
Sundays and holidays. The Hos- Sunday evening brings on the sound of the Bud Clark Combo. Fried 1950 Blending Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida 32210, to arrive
pital Theatrewillhaveoneweekly, chicken for $.95 is featured Tuesday and rib-eye steak for $1.35s not latet than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
feature at 7 p.m. Cecil Field the special for Wednesday. day. Add arriving too late for this deadline will be published
will have two shows during the ACEY DUCEY: Tonight is spaghetti night, all-you-can-eat, for the following' week unless the publisher is instructed other-
and 8 Mat- wise. A check or money order for the fullcost;,; of the ad must
4 week at 5:30 p.m. $.75. Dance to the music of Dick Wilson. Saturday and Sunday be received WITH the copy for the ad
inees will be shown on week- evening features a 1/2 lb. rib-eye steak for $1.35. Hear the sounds'

{ ends at 2 and 5.p.m. of the Dixielanders Saturday evening. .Mark Castle will be on hand DO NOT SEND CASH

THURSDAY, October 5 Sunday evening. Monday through Wednesday the dining room RATE: Minimum charge! ((3 lin..)... ? . S2.00
will be closed. October 19 ,the club will host Lady Wrestling,
NAS: "TAMMY AND THE MIL- with"Bat Girl". Country western music will be played between Per additional line ((4 words p.rlin.'. . 0.50
LIONAIRE": Debbie Watson and bouts.
Frank McGrath. ((96 min.)
HOSPITAL: "THE GNOME BLUEJACKETS INN: Hear the sounds of Redcoats tonight. Phil
MOBILE": Walter Brennan and Cay and the Chantels will be on hand tomorrow evening. Saturdayand FOR RENT FURN. APT MUTAL FUNDS
Matthew Garber ((92 min.) Sunday afternoon, the Wild Flowers make the scene. The Red- 2920 Dellwood. 4 rm. & Bath, National Investment Co. expanding -
C. FIELD: "PREHISTORIC coats will appear Sunday evening. Dance to the tunes of the Six- $50 mo. Phone 355 6639. its marketing staff in the
WOMEN": Martin Beswick ((99 teens Monday evening. The NuSounds swing Tuesday Wednesday J ax. area. Full time and part
Min.) evening features the Wild Flowers. 4 time positions. Company training -
Like makes buttonholes
new, ,
Earnings unlimited. -
FRIDAY, October 6 OFFICERS CLUB Schedule not received. sews on buttons, fancy designs, .Call FINANCIAL PROGRAMS,
NAS: "THE SANDPIPER": satin' stitches. Bal. $43 or $5 INC. 3985032.FOR "-
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard NAS CECIL mo. Free home trial.

HOSPITAL: "TAMMY AND BEACON CLUB Tonight enjoy "Game Night" and entertain 1948 Blanding Blvd. 384 5821 for moving. 15tf each.Phone 355-

THE MILLIONAIRE": Debbie ment by the Strangers. This weekend the Holidays will perform DO YOU WANT TO BE A DISC 8734, VAN'S 736 Dellwood Ave.
Watson and Frank McGrath. ((96 tomorrow night and J.A. Montgomery will make the scene Saturday. JOCKEY?? For Information call:
Min.) Sunday it's Phil Cay in the limelite with the Redcoats taking over 356 8351. Day or night. FOR RENT OR FOR SALE -
C. FIELD: "NASHVILLE RE- on Monday. Tuesday the Tunetwisters will appear and Wednesday "REAL ESTATE We will Houses & Apts. Equity, VA &
: help
BEL": Tex Ritter and Sonny Mel Gadden will provide entertainment.ORF FHA resales $50 & $100 dwn.
James. ((99 Min.) you Buy, Sell or Invest.
Call Powell or Mills, USN/Ret.
Bowen Real Estate Realtor
. Luncheon is served daily from 11 1 ,
a.m. to p.m. Monday USN Retired 384 1376 264 2411. Orange Park Realty.
SATURDAY, October 7 through Friday. A Happy Hour will be held each Friday from 4 to
NAS: "YOU ONLY LIVE 6 p.m. with an A-La-Carte Dinner being served until 9 p.m. BRAND NEW ZIGZAG JEAN'S DANCE ACADEMY'
TWICE": Sean Connery and MIe Domestic sewing ma. out of laya 6110: 103rd St. Fall classes:

Hama. ((125 Min.) CPO CLUB Tomorrow night, stop over at the club and enjoya way. Buttonholes, fancy designs Ballet, Hula, Tap, Jazz, Ball-
HOSPITAL: "THE SAND- lobster dinner special for $2.35 and entertainment by the Dixie- eta Bal. $36.50 cashor room. 384 3055, 771 2521,
piper": Elizabeth Taylor and landers. Saturday Bud Clark will appear and you can enjoy the same terms. 771 5464.
Richard Burton. ((122 Min.) 'lobster dinner being served Friday. Sunday a 12 oz. steak specialis MORSE SEWING> CENTER
C. FIELD: "THE GNOME being featured for $1.40.MILITARY 1948 Blending Blvd. 384 -,5821 ATTRACTIVE POSITION: GOOD

MOBILE": Walter Brennan and personality and appearance,
Matthew Garber. ((92 Min.) ready to accept position for part
Sewing Machine, makes button- time immediately. Guaranteed

MONDAY, October 9 : holes, sews on buttons, etc.Cashor income, opportunity for advance-
C. FIELD: THE SANDPIPER" AUTO INSURANCEAll terms. Call Credit Manager ment, insurance and retirement
353 1946, Will deliver .no
: Elizabeth Taylor and plan available. For appointmentcall
Richard Burton ((122 Min.) Ranks All Ages obligation. 1606 Main Street.A 733-7776,Mon. 9a.m.7p.m.FURN. .

CECIL FIELD: "YOU ONLY SPORTS CAR REPAIRS Comp- Call 771 -"9007 or 398 4531.
LIVE TWICE": Sean Connery EASY MONTHLY letely Guaranteed-Also re-built'' (Utilities inc.)
and Mie Hama ((125 Min.) engines Financing available -.

Call 771 1629 or 781 0684. PRIVATE TUTORING: Children
Dail Ext. 2858 for daily recording PAYMENTSCONTINENTAL and adults all subjects. Also,
of movies shown.
High School diploma and Civil
3 BR, 2 B, Air Cond., 2 story
FOR AMERICA INSURANCE ; bungalow with 'garage. 1 blk. 0663. exams.
from .Onega Elem. School $100

Sign up for STERO SYSTEM HI FI RADIO Rubber Mattresses and Box

fa' tl S Savings Bonds (Formerly McDougall's 'Insurance) has the works, Original price Springs $20 set. Occasional

6479 R h IM. 38S-767 $199. Has balance$78 or assume chairs $10. 387 4593.
'mv $8 monthly payment. A -1 Warehouse -

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PB, PB. R & H, Low Mileaae.
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features. Venetia 389 1090.
Phone 389 6938.

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on bluff. Owner 264 25,000 miles, 389 1650 -
6310. Sat & Sun all day. after Perf. Cond.. w/new tires.ANNOUNCING.

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October, 1967

-m Football Predictions

((25-5)) ((2),7)) ((22-8)) ((21-9)) ((19-11)) ((16-14))
ARMY vs DUKE Army Army Army Army Army Army
NAVY vs MICHIGAN Mich Mich. Mich. Mich. Mich. Mich.
N'Western vs PURDUE Purdue Purdue Purdue Purdue Purdue Purdue

FLORIDA vs LSU Fla.. Fla.. LSU Fla Fla. Fla. re' i
GEORGIA vs LSU Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. S.C. Ga. ALi
WASH St vs BAYLOR Baylor Baylor Wash. St. Wash. St. Wash St. Baylor
OREGON vs OHIO STATE Ohio St. Ohio St Ore. ore. Ohio St. Ohio St.


Captain U.L. Fretwell, Commanding Officer of NAS Cecil
NAS Cecil Touch Football ReviewVA86 Field, and D. DeVille inspect marker stakes which will set

the boundaries for Dove shooting this season.
VAI74 by Montgomery Lieutenant Nutt The "Hornets" were thwarted -
VA-174 "Hellrazors" fin- Dan Powers. Robinson and Terry- in their passing i attempts High hopes. D. DeVille and
The with Jackson looked excellent. during the first quarter by a Captain U. L. Fretwell inspectthe Cecil Field Takes
ished last Wednesday's game side and A short time after the "Side- deep VA-82 middle which block- dove field prior to opening
VA-86 on the winning winder" touchdown the VA 174 ed most of their short passing at- 7 October. Mr. DeVille
unblemished record day on First in
boosted their Tourney
offense bgan to assert itself and tacks. In the second quarter the a charter member in 'the Cecil
to 5 wins and 0 losses. Lcdr. Snyder and Carmichael. "Hornetts" seemed to catch on Field 'Rod and Gun Club has
With the Scoreboard showing Chief Bowen of NAS Cecil
Lcdrs. Johnson and the VA-82 and used
Snyder accounted to strategy the field and supervisedthe
20 to 6 at the end of the fourth planned Field's Naval Air Maintenance
for the other two VA "the bomb"a long pass to work for the past 2 yearrs.
offense of
quarter the superior 174 touchdowns. Lt. Seeley and get over the VA-82 backfield. Captain Fretwell will host Ad- Training Detachment 1034 was
the "Hellrazors" led by Car- Wyatt on offense, and Mauk and Fewell scored three touch- miral H. H. Caldwell on opening the grand aggregate winner of
michael and Lieutenant Commanders Travilo on defense much of the downs on "Bombs"thrown by day. The field has been staked the Southern Fall Pistol Mutchesat
Johnson Snyder credit for "Hellrazor" victory. Gaschler with the Jacksonville Police Pis-
along .a convent 75-yards to the
taken their toll.. sion apart separate tol Club Sunday. He totaled a
VA-82 VA44In play two points. shooters and the crylow bird"
of however
At the stan action score of 2603 out of a possible
it looked as though the game would a 20 to 8 win over VA82in VA-44, MarineIn will warn hunters not to shoot 2700 by shooting .22 cal., .38
turn into an upset. "Sidewinder" last Thursday's action, the without their guns being armed cal. and .45 cal pistols.
Hargrave ran a quick touchdownand VA-44 "Hornets" remain undefeated Monday night's action the upward. The station whistle will Chief Bowen is the Team Coach
the VA-86 defense powered in pigskin play. previously undefeated VA-44 be sounded at 1300 DST signify for the NAS Cecil Field Pistol

"''''a'I ..... ......... _............... Hornets" succumbed to the Marines the opening season. Team which took first place in
'''''''''WA. of 8 6. Service Team cata-
by a score to the Expert
.i-r.An'1-.M The two winning points came gory. Team members scored 30
: 7839 in the first quarter of the game bull's eyes and made 1,111 pointsout
/A-. .,>, NORMANDY when a "Hornet" center failedto of a possible 1,200.
BLVD.gbSROStaHMHoft reach the quarterback and The NAS Cecil Rifle Team will
I flh1NG) the ball fell dead in the VA44 compete this weekend in a High
rr 7813322Call end zone.thus giving the Marinesa t Blandlng. The match will be
safety. Kimball then scored a L t
r sponsored by the Gateway Rifle
end let touchdown for the "Hornets"to and Pistol Club.
us arrange your lead the Marines 6 to 2

at the half. 1 '
ai"' The Marines scored their

a\wV 9 til ?? touchdown pass in when the end Stone zone receiveda duringthe CanYouTAKE :

Sin g.A-Long .Fri Sat third quarter. "
In a last effort to win, "Hor rr a YOUR CAR
* HAPPY HOUR... net" Gaschler passed to Fewell r' WITH YOU?
for a touchdown which was nullified For Financing and Insurance
4 6 PM and 8:30-10AM
by a 15 yard penalty for Stateside and Overseas. Call

illegal use of the hands. DYER M. BURR

Chief Bowen of the NAS
e e Cecil Field Pistol Team
stands with the trophy won INTERNATIONAL SERVICE
by the team at the Southern INSURANCE COMPANY
Fall Pistol Matches Sunday. 5615 Timuquana Rd. 771.0527


We wire Flowers

Located halfway between Cecil & NAS at
103rd St. & Wesconnett Blvd.





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[intramural Scoreboard]| COMFAIRJAXSTANDINGS Picks Up 5th Grid Win I

COMFAIRJAX capitalized on down pass to flanker Cecil Gib- Teams Standings
OF THE TEAMS a first half Hospital miscue on son, other strikes to Robert Sand-.
the south intramural football field one and Thomas Blonski and a Team Won Lost
Strikers 10 18
BowUI Eagles 10 18 Monday and gained a safety which 35 yard scamper to paydirt by COMFAIRJAX 5 1
the Jay Derrick. VP 16 3. 1
Team Won Lost MARTD 9 19 ultimately proved .v Cloak and Daggers 18 ;., 6. Marine Barracks 7 21 scoring in a 2 0 COMF Am- Should VAP 62 and NARTU FAETU 3 .: > '1
NFO "B" 17 '-' .7 JAX win, their fifth of the sea- continue their winning ways the Hospital 2 2
12 .' 8 Golf son with a single setback. stage will be set for a showdown VW-4 2' 3
Playboys 12 ..,.. ;. 8 (The.following golf standings The scoring play came when when both teams meet head on Marine Barracks '1 llt'3!''
Electrons J4 v X10. are received from handicap the Hospital team attempted to Tuesday. Neither team has been Medical., 0 4
Wonders \\ ;W'f 8 1/2 scores). < kick from their end zone. The defeated; the winner of the game Hai J '
Caduceus No. 2 \11 : 9 snap from the center was off itS''course will take over leadership of the Team Won Lost
Needlers 13' .,;Ill Team Won Lost and the opposition re National League. VAP 62' 4 0
Aircraft Mainteance ball for the NARTU 4 0
Hunters 11 ".;': 13 3 'i covered the winning
6 : n Weapons 3. l margin. NARTD 3 2
Crash and Fire : 14
VP-30 1
Gems 2. COMFAIRJAX by 2
Caduceus No. 1 .7 -'17. 2 was plagued
Cannon Cockers 6 1/2;17 1/2 Dental 2 2 over 100 yards in penalities. 679th Air Force 1 2
Pin Benders 5 *X: 15 Scramblers 2'2 Most costly was the one Aircraft Maintenance 2 4
Par 2 2 that mullified a second half
Team Won- Lost Marine Barracks 1 3 touchdown pass from Mike Yorkto
NFO "A" \ 5 NARTU "A" 1 3 Howie Doyle.Meanwhile .
Sky Warriors 03 16'... ",<8 the defensive front HONDA
Chiefs 10 : wall of George Blampied,James
Hard Hats 18 15"!? 9 Team / -'Won '/1.ost. Reams and William Myers had MOTORCYCLES

Hurricanes 11 VP-30 4111.1/2. kept the pressure on Hospital
Blue 17fc FAW 11 quarterback William Phillips W. Give Merchants G,.*n Stamps
3 1
Tipplers \13"3 *i' }15 VVP 16 2 1 Action on the adjacent field '.
4 saw FAETU win their third s'I
AOMD 3 2 I r= >"1
Sparks ''.: 1\\ 10.i j,3,14g r NARTU "B" 1 2 contest of the year; this one a '
15 FAETU 34-0 drubbing of Medical. They \
Splitters 11/2 21/2 J
CPO'S 10'q 18 Gold (Hospital) 11/2 21/2 led 20' 0 at the half way mark. 'I .. "
Fair Folk 17 Reword Facility 11/2 31/2 Scoring plays included a touch- MOTORSIcCYCLES

Flapjax 1 8 20 Supply 0 3

Team Won Lost Volleyball Squad Loses eiowt.4A'/ COMPANY INC.
Foggy Five 1812 5 1/2
-tIGHr-lrrJ cur our r rSMAerer'MI4x
BB Stackers 9 4949 BlandingPH
Chiefs 16 8 Season Tourney DebutCoach ABarr'gwrgwr
Misfits 14 10 771-8244
Handicaps 16 12 E. R. Winstead and six bracket included one club apiece
Spoilers 15 13 naval air stations volleyball play- from St. Petersburg and Orlando
Vapogees 121/ 111/2 ers journeyed to Orlando and the and two from NASA at Cape Ken-
Beanburners 11 13 Citrus Invitational Saturday and nedy.
Supply 12 16 found the going difficult against Not officially sponsored by the
AFEES .8 16 their first challenger in a four air station, the six players R.
X Imp1ses 8 16 team bracket, Club 28 of St.Pet- A. Hawse, Marlin Brandt, Jean
Gold ,'. 6' 14 ersburg. Vargo, Dick Wolfe, JohnDefioreand ,
Chargers 8. 20 Jacksonville won the opening H. M. Olson wore Jack-
game 15-8, but lost the next sonville colors but paid their a
Team Won Lost two. 12 18 and 14 15 in own transporation and entryfees.
PRO's 20 8 the best two of three series. Finances are not currently avail-
Chokers 17 7 Sarasota was at the same time able for sponsorship of a varisty
Druthers 18 10 beating a team from Cecil Fieldin volleyball team. '
EWE Spy 15 9 the other preliminary. Cecil The team hopes to return to Orlando wwot. atesar ,
'. Rip Cords 17' -- 11 too, won their opening game,15- on October' 21 for an Orlando f'' 11 I'- L rIp
... Seven Tens 15 13 11, but lost the next two, (T- AFB Tournament. Per- !k '
White Hats 15 13 15and9-15. sonnel with volleyball experience
King Pins 11 17 Other teams entered in another wishing to try out for the team
may contact, Lt. II. M. Olson

Whistling In 4 / at 2111. NAVY Ask how much your loan:, ill'.cost and "

_f \ HFC will tell you-before you borrowBefore

The Rigging AUTOINSURANCE you make a purchase, you naturallywant

to know the price. The same shouldbe

jBy S. Herfng true when you borrow money. When you

We don't have a phone number in the Base Directory; we aren't come to Household Finance, HFC will tell ...r
listed inthe Tax Navy Complex Directory and Guide; but we are you in advance what your loan will cost. .j
here the Navy Jacksonville Sailing Club and very much so. The HFC Manager will answer any
We have a clubhouse, 50 plus active members, 14 sailboats, and IIo0 to make .:
questions have sure
we are about to put on the second annual Navy Day Regatta, hereat you you
-. WAS Tax.. October. 29. understand everything about your loan. '-
The Club, was founded here in Remember, no matter what your need, ...
1956 by a couple of avid sailing Career wherever you're stationed, there's an HFC

buffs, Commanders R.C. Wood- office nearby, where you can get prompt, .
side and Clancy Rich. The new Over 25 understanding help. '
club had no boats and relied money :
completely on the Rudder Club Every year, thousands of servicemen ..
(Orange Park) for both training borrow confidently from Household! because
and general sailing. Shortly ,v s they like doing business with people who

thereafter, a Flying Junior was 1 0 know their business. If you need a loan, ,..
donated to the Club by a Mrs.E. f MO. see HFC. You're always welcome. ,;
Snow. With one boat and an Itf. t
abundance of enthusiasm mem- R{ 21.24Mirried
bers obtained and restored a MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS ,
whaleboat. and the Club Y.Get
Boston 24 u 6Oararb .,'
'began to take hold. Special ''' pp'mil pr-b Oarwh .
Services was approached. They $100 5,93 729 10.07 $18.48 ; :
finances the purchase of several 200 11.86 14,59 20.14 36.97 ;
Rhodes Bantams. These vessels 300 17,79 21.88 30.21 55.45 .. 'j.
still comprise thebackboneof our \ I-till 500 28,97 35,85 49.75 91.78 : .
racing fleet. Many of our past 600 34.39 42.66 59.35 109.80 :
and present members have sailed Charges nt com put,* ., 3% on thai pert efickidultd '
monh2yalancu not txwdint 93OO .1;
the Bantams to local, state and. mud 2% 9H any ttmaindtr. This schedule it
district championships. loud on prompt .yrNIfIM4ilauludnu. ,'

Whaleboat Sinks HOUSEHOFINANCE .f,

When the whaleboat went to the JAX NAVYFLYING ROBERT TRAVIS ;

river bottom during a hurricane, ?
the Naval Aoademy gave us six CLUB & ASSOCIATES, INC.
Gannets ((1965)), when they replaced o
Prepare yourself to be o e4
yeatet e
boats. We 6413
their training 388-3583
eligible for flight training
still have three Beetle Swans in under the new G. ,It Bill. 25 West Forsyih St.-Phone: 355-9683 .i .-
use by the Junior Fleet as wellas 1163 S.
the Gannets, and the NJSCs CALL FOR INFORMATION 389.3483 2 W. OF ROOSEVELT Cedar Hills Shopping Center r..

flagship, a tiny (ex-Beetle) 3734 Blanding Blvd.-7/1-9190
schooner -- presently getting a 181 u022.7HERLONG 3S.A..7897 121 E. 8TH STREET
suit 10-CollUr B1dc.
face-lifting at a local boatyard 3050 Beach Blvd.-Phone: 3984541I
is a quiet but triumphant sign FIELD E- GARRISON, A .....t MIl'ewnl" ........
, that Navy Jax Sailing Club is NORMANDY BLVD 246.6680 AGENT-After 6iOO PM
here to sta,.

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Page |12 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER October 5, 1967News

in Brief

Tuition Aid GedarHillsat

Personnel seeking tuition aid
for the January 1968 academic '
term must submit their requestno '.' I".''
later than December 31. ;"' ; +."_.... $",}>t 'f'j .
The availability of funds Is ':.... "ft .:ft" :.. 't\" ,I. 'J. +i ..
dependent upon actual number ... ........." '*ff' > .'ytJ'; :> >M
> .
of received by head- i. '.: '
requests .:i '
6th Naval District by \ .Gr,
quarters, ;\ ....,.:4it { ,V the
December 31. Tuition aid funds .. i. ,} .......
may not be available if the requests .... X .. --"
are not in by that date. r \." .", \J. /'l"'ty;;,1t il't
'" fI #
:! ....._:.. .- J <-
BAQ Forms RECEIVES DECORATION -- Capt. C. D. Simonsen commanding -

NAS personnel in pay gradeE officer of NARTU Jax, presents Lt. Jerome Smith with the '
4 ( over four years service)
and above who have dependentsmust Distinguished Flying Cross. WILSON

2040 beginning: <) fill or out 2040 October NAVCOMPT-1 for 1 in the order period Form for Lt. Jerome Smith Receives & BLAND ING

their dependents to continue receiving -

Those BAQ.. eligible personnel who Distinguished Flying CrossLt. PHONE SP11341orSPl6601

have, not filled out one of the Jerome E. Smith, member of NARTU's VP 741 has been
forms are requested to contact presented the Distinguished Flying Cross for his actions while
their division officer or leading attached to Photo Reconnaissance Squadron 6 operating in the
chief for further information. Pacific
western area.
- Influenza Shots In the citation by Adm. Roy Johnson,Lieutenant Smith was cited
for "Heroism and extraordinary achievement: in aerial flight as 67 IMPALA SPORTS SEDAN. . ,.$2989
The for annual administration
period a naval flight officer attached to and serving'with ReconnaissanceAttack : "
-of influenza Immunizations 283" V -8 engine,"AlT. Factory A/C, PS,
Squadron Six embarked in'TJSS Constellation(CVA 64))
Solid Madeira Maroon, WSW R & H.
has arrived;and vaccineis
while flying a combat mission on September 16,1966 to obtain needed
now available. photographic coverage of the strategic and heavily defended Nam
Vaccination will be conductedIn Dinh complex in North Vietnam to provide evidence of the accuracyof 66 CAPRICE SPORTS SEDAN.$2589
the respective working area night A 6 strike missions. Flying in actual combat under the "321" V 8 engine Factory Air Conditioned,
of tenanti activities and HAS departments most demanding and hazardous conditions: Lieutenant Smith's un- PS, PB, Ermine White exterior, Nantucket blueR
having sufficient military armed reconnaissance aircraft was hit by intense anti aircraft & H, WSW.
personnel assigned. fired over the orimarv taaet."
Each unit and department The citation further stated. "The bursts severed an oil line
should contact the dispensary, causing loss of thrust on one engine in addition to a flight control
"327" V 8 engine, 4 speed transmission,
Ext. 3508, for a date for administration malfunction of unknown origin. Despite these obstacles he operatedthe -
of the vaccine. It reconnaissance equipment in a flawless manner and obtained PS PB, R & H, Bucket Seats, Marina Blue exterior
Is necessary that personnel sche- outstanding photographic coverage of the heavily defended complex. with vinyl top, WSW.
duled be present at the timeappointed
time and place carry Lieutenant Smith also received from Capt. C. D. Simonsen, 65 IMPALA SUPER SPORT.$1989
out an effective program. commanding officer of NARTU, the Navy Commendation Medal with "283" V 8 engine A/T R & H, WSW, Ermine
Combat V. White exterior with Nantucket Blue vinyl interior -
Physical Exams
Bucket Seats, WSW.
Military personnel in'this area
are continuing to disregard the WESCONNETT FURNITURE. C'.
time allocated for processingtheir 66 MUSTANG H'TOP COUPE.$2095
physical examinations, 289 V engine, 3 speed trans., R & H, ww
leaving little time for the medi- AIR CONDITIONERSNEW tires, ermine white exterior, blue vinyl interior.
cal officers to attend to the other & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCESNEW

medical schedule matters.A has. been establish & USED TV SETS 65 CHEVELLE COUPE. . . .$1195 .
ed. Enlisted personnel will be NEW ADDING MACHINESNEW 283 V 8, 3 speed trans., R & H, ww tires ,
seen by appointment, Monday DESKS AND TYPEWRITERS mountain green exterior, butternut interior.
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