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Title: Jax air news
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Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: September 15, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
military department. The appearance,of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

,VOL. 24 HO. 25 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA SEPTEMBER 15, 1966




I EmergencyHalf FaresGuaranteed CFC Into Second WeekSaves VW-4 FilesGemini 11Support



Time
a ..Sn'i rR
And MoneyOver =

The "Hurricane Hunters" -
Members of the Armed Forces the years many federal Navy
Airborne Early Warning
traveling on emergency leave managers and employees have
d Squadron Four, participated in
orders now may obtain confirmed sought a way to eliminate the
their ninth of America'smanned
reservations on aircraft of six time,and expense involved in so- support
shots -- Gemini
major U. S. airlines at reduced licitng seperately for the drives space
"standby" fare rates. usually held in the spring. They 11-- this week.
The policy Is one of several suggested that the drives all be Two WC 121N Super Con-
changes announced by airline consolidated into a single annual wt's s J4 stellations were involved In the
orbital effort. One aircraft -
solicitation. under
companies. Other carriers are
expected to follow suit with sim- Negotiations between 43 agencies w-. a d, the command of Lcdr. StephenR.
ilar assistance for men in unI- resulted in the Combined o Krause, flew reconnaissance
flights out of Dakar, Senegal (a
form. Federal Campaign(CFC),a oncea -
Local transportation officers year appeal to federal em- former French colony in West
have been advised to maintain oyees. Africa.)
liaison with local airlines representatives The all in one appeal Lcdr. George K. Clark pilot-
much less ed another VW 4 aircraftout
to keep abreast of costs administrativelyand
changes.The saves much more time for of the Portuguese air fieldin
emergency leave pro- both the federal organization and Lajes, Azores.
visions are being offered by Am- the voluntary agency than it would These 14 16 hour flights
erican, Braniff, Continental, if each of the CFC agencieshad were made the day before launch
TWA, Western and United Air- to appeal one by one. ing and for today's"splashdown"aoo
lines. The appeal also makes possi- were flown over a predeter-
i Personnel desiring to utilize ble new ways of contributingwhich mined 3,000 mile course. '
the reduced fare must submit a were impractical before. They were necessary to keep
statement from their commanding Military and civilian personnelhave space officials informed of pre-
officers or from the AmericanRed a choice of contributingone sent and probable future weather'

Cross certifying that the authorized or a combination of four Pr.sIdutJ.hs.a'sOpI.I.. bfThCFC conditions in the prescribedareas.
.
leave is an emergency. ways cash, check, personal
: Frontier Airlines 'has established pledge and/or payroll deduction "It is unfortunately true that- in the midst of plenty there are The significance of the flightsis
a rule whereby a always many in need ., that in the midst of a healthy and vibrant that the area covered by' the
i military standby; passenger who plan.A cash or check gift simply is nation there Isillness and suffering > .0. and it.ls,unfortunately aircraft Is..a prime contingency:
,.. has:missed the first'flight of his ,attached to the contributors form .,trJ*? that there are/nations whose peoples have keen ravaged by "splashdown point tin the 'eVent'..
choice may make a confirmed re- and is given .to the Individual's,, .war arid"dlseaseTmanyoFwhose; chlldrenare'orphans. Without homes i "W"of: a'' suborbital flight of the Geminl .." '
servation on the next flight with- keyman.A and without enough to eat. :spacecraft.VW : .
.. out paying additional fare. personal pledge enables the "In our American democracy we rely in large measure on voluntary -- 4's support of the Gemini
.: Confirmed one-way first class contributor ,to give at a late date health and welfare agencies to help us and our fellow men space efforts is in addition to
reservations on Bonanza Airlines during the ensuing 12 month when assistance is needed to combat these ills. The agencies of their regular duties of hurricane
may be obtained by servicemenon period. your local United Fund or Community Chest, the American Red reconnaissance and year round
leave for payment of 60% of This one a year appeal Cross, the National Health Agencies'' and the International Service weather si surveillance the entire
r the established fare, subject to enables personnel to spread their Agencies are doing a tremendous job in alleviating pain and suffering Atlantic.
a $5 minimum. gift in small payments over a full and seeking cures,In helping the young,in providing assistanceto
Allegheny Airlines has set a 12 month period.In the aged' the crippled, .the hungry, and in bringing help and
military furlough fare with con- order to keep down admin- hope to those in overseas lands. WHAT'S INSIDE,
firmed reservations at a cost istrative costs the following rules "Once a year through the Combined Federal Campaign these
of two thirds of the normalone have been established for the voluntary agencies solicit contributions from your Federal employeesand
way first class adult payroll allotment: members of the Armed Forces. The combined drive saves time What Is CFC.Pg. 7
fare. Ozark Airlines offers a 1. Minimum allotment Is and expense and makes possible for you to set aside in a single Football Predictions
$1.00 month or 50 cents annual pledge, which can be paid by payroll allotment during the
fare per
similar with a minimum of 11
. . .Pg.
if wish, the amount of contribution the
$8 one way and $16 round trip. every two weeks. (Military per- year you your personal to
The Joint Airlines Military sonnel allotments are monthly) support of these vital services. VP 11 In Unitas VII

Ticket Offce (JAMTO) at NAS 2. Deductions begin on first 'Generosity and concern for others is a proud tradition of all . Pg. 2
Jax represents all airlines. It's pay period in January, 1967. who serve in the United States Government. I am sure that you News In Brief. !Pg. 4
located in Bldg. 13 at the Main and stop without direction at the will want to set an example of responsible and compassionate
Gate, Ext. 8377, off base num- end of one year. citizenship in making your" decision to support the Combined Fed- Women's News. .Pg. 6
ber 387 2811. All contributions are tax de- eral Campaign this year.
ductible. Lyndon B. Johnson


I. Outline Of State Deadlines Set For Absentee Balloting I


I Washington/ (AFNB) American servicemen have been advised/ to pay particular attention to deadlines on which their absentee I
' ballots must be In the hands of local election officials. The following table outlines the requirement by each state:

Alabama: Must be received no later thanElection Day. Michigan: Must be received by the close of polls on the Election ((4 November).
Alaska: Must be postmarked no later than Election Day. Election Day.Minnesota Oregon: Must be received by Election Day.
Arizona: Must be received by 6 p.m., Election Day. : Must be received by Election Day. Pennsylvania: Must be received by 10 a.m., 2d Fri-
Arkansas: Must be received by 6:30 p.m.,Election Day. Mississippi: Must be received in time to be deliveredto day after Election Day ((18 November) *
California: Must be received by 5 p.m., day before election officials on Election Day. .. Rhode Island: Must be. received by 9 p.m., Election
Election Day. Missouri: Must be received by 6 p.m., day after Day.
Colorado: Must be received by 5 p.m., Election Day. Election. South Carolina: Must be received by Election Day.
Connecticut: Must be received by 6 p.m., day before Montana: Must received in time to be delivered to South Dakota: Must be received by Election Day.
Election. election officials on Election Day. Tennessee: Must be received by 10 a.m.. Election
Delaware: Must be received before 12 noon, Election Nebraska: Must; be :postmarked by midnight of the Day.
Day. day before the Elections and must reach local officals Texas: Must be mailed by midnight, day before the
Florida: Must be received by 5 p.m., day before by 10 a.m., Thursday after the Election ((10 November) Election, and must be received by r p.m.. Election
Election. Nevada: Must be received by Election Day. Day.
Georgia: Must be received by the day before Election. New Hampshire: Must ,be ,received in time to be Utah: Must be received by Election Day.
Hawaii: Must be received by the day before Election. delivered to election officials on Election Day. Vermont: Must be received by Election Day.
Idaho: Must be received by close of polls on Election New Jersery: Must be received by Election Day. Virginia: Must be returned by registered or certified
Day. New Mexico: Must reach Secretary of State (Santa mail by Election Day.
Illinois: Must be received by Election Day. Fe) in time to be forwarded to County Clerk by 12 Washington: Must be voted on Election Day and must
Iowa: Must be received in time to be delivered to noon, day before Election. reach election officials by the 15th day after General
election officials before Election Day. New York: Must reach Division for Servicemen's Election ( 23 November/)
Kentucky: Must be received by close of polls on Election Voting. (Albany) in time to be delivered to elections West Virginia: Must be received by Election Day.,
Day. officials by 12 noon, Election Day. Wisconsin: Must be received by Election Day.
Louisiana: Must be received in time to be deliveredto North Carolina: Must be received by 12 noon, Satur- Wyoming: Must be received in time to be deliveredto
election officials on Election Day. day before Election ((5 November), election officials at or before the opening of pollson
Maine: Must be received by 5 p.m., Election Day. North Dakota: Must be received within one week after Election Day.
Maryland: Must be received before the polls close on Election Day. Guam: Must be received in time to be delivered before -
Election Day.Massachusetts. Ohio: Must be received by 12 noon, Election Day. Election Day.
: Must be received before the polls Oklahoma: Must be received by 5 p.m., Friday before Virgin Islands: Must be received by Election Day.I .
close on Election Day.




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I EDITORIAL- I .,Divine i Services; Chaplains MessageA


THE 'GOLDEN KEY' IS YOURSThere's .

ROMAN CATHOLIC' GRAIN OF SALT

a new law on the books that provides qualified, By Cc/r. Vincent J. Mahoney, CHC
day servicemen and veterans with a "golden key" to St. Edward's Chapel
present If, some day, men of a new age of science can recapture all
unlocks doors.It and
the future. This "key" many
particular
and the sounds of the past, among those they would find are these
medical
of educational assistance, care,
opens new avenues NovaHospital/ words, "You should be the salt of the earth." It would certainly
permits the purchase of a home or farm.It .
Is the same "key" that helped millions of servicemen and SUNDAY MASSES seem that man, of all creatures, could contribute more to life
on this earth than his the birds in
creatures
counterpart among
of World War II and the Korean conflict. Hospital - - 0630
veterans the air the fish in the and the animals in the field. For if
,
Specifically it is, called the Cold War GI Benefits Program, but St. Edward's sea, even
the hail and the flowers reflect the of God how much
to the U. S. Congress, which enacted it into law, It is Public Law Chapel - -,0900 & 1100 glory moreso
should the of
works
89 358 The Veterans' Readjustment Benefits Act of 1966. The man.
Act was ,signed into law by President Johnson ,on March 3, 1966. DAILY MASSESSt. All work can be a mirror of God's greatness, as can all recrea-
Edward's: tion, sorrow and even death. All your work in offices or hangarsall --

Monday thru Friday 1130 doctors, bartenders, housekeepers, ballplayers, and sailors --
Saturday - -,- 0900 all can turn their work into praise of Almighty God.If .
Naval Hospital: a pool of stagnant water can be drawn upward by the rays

Friday - - 1205 of the sun, and, in the mysterious chemistry God's ways, can some
day become as a flake of immaculate snow, how much more can

.; CONFESSIONS our routine, humdrum activities be ennobled and spiritualized,
St. Edward's : provided we bring to them the recollection of Someone Who saw
zeal in few of salt. that
awl Saturday ------1900.2000 apostolic a grains Everything good we
Sunday-------- -0815 0845; do in this life can pay eternal dividends in the next. May it be so
'1015 1045 with all who read these words.

Hospital: Sunday -' '- 0615

CATECHISM CLASSES Two VP-18 Planecrews

Chapel Annex Building 722:
Saturday's 1000

DIVINE SERVICES Unitas VII ParticipantsWith

PROTESTANTAll
Some four million veterans who have served during the past a farewell from i nostalgic wives and jealous squadron mates
nine years and nearly three million men and women now on active Saints Chapel PatRon 18 Unitas VII air detachment took off recently for Trinidad.
duty are. or will be eligible for the benefits provided under this SUNDAY'S Trinidad Is the first of 17 South American countries and cities
Cold War GI Bill, along with 600,000 additional veterans who will 0300 -- -Holy Communion that will be visited by the crews of LG 5 and LG 8. The three -
be returning to civilian life each year.. 0930 & 1100 Divine Worship and a half month detachment is headed by Lcdr. Bill Smith.
Referring to veterans of World War II and Korea ( who had similar His assistant is Lcdr. Clyde Jones.
benefits) President Johnson said they returned home to find "not SUNDAY SCHOOL Both of thes men have been paration has gone into Unitas

Just gratitude, but concrete help in getting a fresh start with educational ------Chapel Annex active various phases of squadron VII by VP 18. The planes
assistance, with medical care, with guarantees that permittedthem Building 722 operations and maintenanceand were carefully readied for three

to buy homes to live In." are well qualified to repre- months of arduous flying away
In a nutshell.the new Act expresses the nation's appreciation for WEDNESDAY'S sent VP- 18 during this Important from home maintenance.
and the opportunity for a higher educationif 1900 -- Choir Rehearsal
your service assures you deployment.Unitas Each aircraft was loaded with
you choose, and home or farm ownership if you aspire to it. THURSDAY VII is the seventh annual precision to allow utilization of
There are also provisions outlining Federal employment benefitsas visit of a US ASW task group for limited space. The crew mem-
2000 Christian Science ServJre
it concerns veterans as well as conditions under which medicalaid combined ASW operations with bers were volunteers of high
can be obtained through the Veterans Administration.So SECOND MONDAY of Each Monw most,of the South American coun caliber. They are expected to
the "golden key" is yours. Whether you take advantage of 0930 Chapel Women's Guild tries. The trip Is vitally Important represent the best interests of the
the Act, either on active duty or in civilian life, is, of course, (Small Chapel) not only from an ASW United States Navy throughouttheir
your choice. It's worth discussing with your personal affairs point of view, but also, from the stay In South America.
officer. (AFNB) U. S. I NAVAL HOSPITAL diplomatic side.In The trip Is an unusual oppor-
,
Sunday's - 1000 the for the
many respects, peopleto tunity Patrol Squadron 18
Home Syndrome people, program in the Latin personnel involved to both serve
Empty CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT American Countries may be the diplomatic interests'oftheir
most important aspect of this country and also to enjoythebest

children have back) trip. A great deal of contact of South America.At .
and
Autumn is close upon us ( gone to Today-
school. Mothers who looked forward to this day all summer sud- Choir Practice at 7 p. m. with the people and delegates of
denly find themselves suffering from the "empty home syndrome." Sunday- each country Is planned. VP 18

This Is the ideal time for te Navy wife to give a little of her Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. Is fortunate in being stationedIn
the end of
1966 the
Puerto Rico where it has July, ,
time and experience to the Navy, community or herself -- to plan Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m.
about the fine total amount of U. S. Savings
learned much culture -
and actually get going on one or two of those projects she has had Communion the first Sunday Bonds
of Latin America.An outstanding exceeded
the back burner for
on years. of the month.
Some wives are going back to school themseves -- to get that enormous amount of pre- $49,798 million.

degree they always wanted or to study just one particular subjectin CATHOLICDaily
which they are Interested. Others find this Is the time to take Answer

part in community projects such as art associations, various 11:20 a. m. Mass

discussion groups or social agencies In which they have a parti- Sunday- CROSSWORD PUZZLE ti i s s n a a:: I dd
cular Interest. 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- ,!, lSIO btl8:
Many Navy wives who now have time on their hands might think fessions heard before each Mass. ACROSS 3.Windowsln S b v 0 ?/ I IS.:3 'f:1 l 3S!
seriously about offering volunteer help to the new Family Services 1.Parentcolloq.) roof >i M W.SJ.N'f:1_
Lance
Centers. Their know how In helping new and bewildered Navy Variety of wheat 3 a' 3 w. SJ aJ.IJ.; :3"
Separate S a 0 H. 3 S 'f ?)I a_ S,'
families who are unfamiliar with the station or beset by unusual Traffic ViolationsThe Prefix: before 6 Bitter vetch
0 n C J ,
3 S I 0 d.1 S N 3
difficulties would be invaluable. If you're interested, give your 12-Time gone by Legal seal 0'. 1 1 0 W !; .S b:f i N
local Family Service Center a call. following is a report of Analyze, II (abbr.) 1'1[; W n 9' d b 3 3 .liS
motor vehicle accidents and traffic .sentence Capable defended of .. S e :) J. V'!3 W_
. Unitarian Universalist DedicationThe violations for the period Sept. 14 King Arthur'slance "Geometric being a d J I 1(1 N. 5 ti a'l I b 'd e
612. 15Trades17Swlmmer solid NO" :3 S b V d. 091.
new $120,000 home of the Events scheduled for the week- Number of Accidents 10-Brown kiwi 3'1J d. .1 i3 d S. d''f0''

Jnitarian Universalist Church of end include a Dedication Potluck This Week -------7 19.flesh 11-Finish
Facksonville, situated at 7405 Supper at 6 p.m. and a free one- Total Accidents this year through 20-Public vehicles 16-Golf mounds
\rlington Expressway, will be act play beginning at 8 p.m. on (colloq.) 18-Border on 30-Sham 39.Light rain
Sept. 12 - - -254 20 Shut21Explosive
ledlcated this weekend ina three- Friday, the Forum Discussion is Number of Accidents through 21-Beef animal of 31-Units ofcurrency 40Ocean23White Silkworm

lay program, including a sermon scheduled for Saturday at 8 p.m. Sept. 12, 1965--------181 Possessive en 22-T.ut 33.Sicilian volcano 42.Tcre..
>y the president of the denominaion and on Sunday there will Dedica- Total number of days since pronoun 23.Faultily 34-Flock 43.Inlet
: and a public forum featuring tion Services at 10 a.m. a De- last injury in a motor vehicle 27-Young salmon 24.Escape 36-Turkic 44-Secret agent
)r. Thomas J. J. Altizer, authorf dication Concert at 3 p.m. and 28.Behold! 25-Loop tribesman 47.Faroe Islands!
- - - -3 .
27 Floats in air 37-Female horses whirlwind
"Radical Theology and the an Open House with receptionand Number of ViolationsThis 29-Abstract being
Death of God," and center of the art exhibit from 4:30 until Week 30-Balance
- - -54
31-Pair
1 2 3 4 r---r:91-1r
urrent ferment In theology. 6
p.m. .
Speeding - - -11 32 Legal sealabbr.
Reckless Driving - -2 ( .) 12 13 MI.
Going thrugh Stop Sign -0 33.Wipe out M
15 16 17 11
JTAX AIJR Other Violations41 34Brklccarryingdevices '
c;>>:
Forty Six drivers appeared Missives "I9 -m 20
before the Traffic Hearing Boardat 37-Fracas : :<<-

The JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper the meeting held on Sept. 13. 38.Emmets 21 22 IX> 23 24 25

distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Disposition of the cases included 39-Clayey earth 26 38:: 27 : : 21
the following: Nine lost driv- 40Bristles42Indian .
Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing ing and parking privileges aboard chiefs 29 30 ->>: 31

Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in station for various periods; 45.Period of time
the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public Three were assigned to completean 46-Din 32 :: ,K33"XX : :: 3.

Affairs Office, Box 2, Jacksonville, by 72:00 noon eight hour course In reme- 48-Tear 35 36 37
before publication. News items are welcomedfrom / dial driving at NATTC; One was 49'Vea late
Monday .
on -.v..' 31 39
all sources- Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. assigned to complete a six-hour Depressions ; .. ......1'<. U',,>o,
in remedial driving at
solicited the andqueries course 51-Declare .0 41 43F 44
publisher
Advertisements are by Jax Police Academy; Thirteen r--
concerning such should be directed to: received suspensions; Nineteen DOWN .5 t' < 46 '" 48

The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. weje given warnings; One dismissed Bespatter ,'

Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 4451 ; None fined ( U. S. Mohammedan 49 ...0< 50 I I ["<.\,- 51 I I I

Commisioner); and Four refer- chieftain Distr. by United Feature Syndicate, Inc. 10
red to commanding officers for
VOL. 24 NO. 25 SEPTEMBER 15, 1966 possible disciplinary action.

Sixty seven traffic violation UM I. Avth.rlu4 ,
Itrvltr h wi,aMr* Oily.r .
points wee given 35 drivers.




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NATTC : NARTUNews & ViewsYNC


Dorothy E.Bentien.-the last active duty Wave to retire irom
r Behind The SceneBy the Naval Air Reserve Training Command, of NARTU, Joined her kT'ii
husband, in retirement from the Navy today.
Idell FondingslandNATTC Her husband, ADCM Daniel R. Bentien who retired from NARTU
September 1964 looked on during his wife's retirement ceremonies -
Intramural Football season will open Monday, Sept.
19. The league consists of 13 teams, five Marine teams, and eight YNC Bentien, entered the Navy lifting men and cargo in supportof
Navy teams. The kick off games will be played Monday Two games at Pittsburg, Pa., May 1944. operations in Southeast Asia.
are presently'scheduled. After completing YN "A"

. . School, she was assigned to the FLEET RESERVE CERTIFI-
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11II. ******** Bureau of Ships and Docks In CATE Is presented YNC
.
Washington, D. C.
Dorothy E. Bentien/ her
:' the NATTC In March of 1946 upon
Congratulations to shortly
retirement C. D. S/-
:'., personnel who were advanced to Florence. AndersSupervisoryClerk after the end of the'war, she by Capt.
pay grade E 3 as. a result of at AE Schools, was lauded was discharged from the Navy ,monsen, NARTU CO. Chief
the September examinations. upon her completion of 20 years and began training as a beauti' Dentien's husband, Daniel
They are: W. G. Tarver, M.R. federal service Sept. 2 by Capt. clan. (ADCM, Ret.), looks on during
Sisson, J. M. Watson, E. J. Thomas B.Ellison, In a letter. of YNC Bentien reenlisted In ceremony.
Monkells, R. Clement, R. G. commendation.Capt. the Navy, September 1948, at
\ Mercer, T. K. Renz, and F. A. Ellison, NATTC's Com- NAS New York, as an active
Vogt. manding Officer, presented Mrs. duty member of the Naval Air
Anders with 20 year pin and Reserve. '
******** commendation during ceremon- Active duty Naval Air Re- MONEY IN 1 DAY
Honorman at AE "A" School ies In his office. Cdr. W. J. servists.train, administrate, and
this week is AA A. Arsenault of Tutwiler, Director of Training, recruit the Weekend Warriors
class 615. The honor class Is and Cdr. V. G. Quillen, Super- who attend weekend drills and an- S25. to 600
AE "A" class # 616. intendent of Electrical Training, nual two week cruises.In .
AA C. A. Jackson is the hon- were also on hand to offer their September 1960, she was ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE
orman of AO "A" class 631A. congratulations. transferred to NARTU Memphis, Cash for, any purpose. Just phone and tell us how
The AO "A" honor class 622A. Previous toworkingatNATTC, Tenn. During this tour of duty, much you want. Pick up the cash at your conven-
Congratulations on your fine Mrs. Anders was employed at Dorothy met and married Daniel lence. Same-day service./
scholastic achievement. NAS San Diego. Bentien who was also on active

.................................... .duty at the Memphis unit. 24 MONTH REPAYMENt PLAN
The Bentiens You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt
reported to NAR-

Tc5L 1963. Jacksonville, September, 84.33 5.00 355.79 21.00

151.80 9.00 427.51 25.00

******** 219.27 13.00 SOO.51 29.00
286.73 17.00 600.00 34.39
The eighteen Naval Air Re-

serve Stations and Units, which
make up .the Naval Air Reserve Above Payments Include Interest.
t I Training Command, received
copies of a letter of commendation DIAL: Tbiance
from the Commander In ChiefU. Grnipatuf
S. Pacific Fleet to the Chief
: of Naval Air Reserve Training. 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735

rein FONDAuiinSINATRA This letter concerned the assistance 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895
of the Naval Air Re-
serve Training Command In air-
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Hosp Previews Jai News


f In Brief l
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Sailor Of The Month/

A02 Paul M. McManus was
chosen as Patrol Squadron Forty
.... Five's Sailor of the Month for
the month of July. McManus's
JOWC KICKOFF COFFEE was held last week at the O' Club. outstanding work,devotion to duty
The affair was sponsored by the USHH wives. Co-hostesses and military bearing have won for
were Mrs. W. S. Black and Mrs. A. F. Hanig.r him the esteem of his fellow ship-
_._. .
-- He presented $25
j mates. was a
Dog Festival Savings Bond while on deploy-
ment to Kindley AFB with VP-
45 Detachment 211
McManus enlisted in the Navyin
$ SAVE $ August of 1957 at Dayton,
Ohio. He currently resides with
FRED DAVIS his wife Nancy, son Michael and
t* *r M.
daughter Cathrine in Orange
BUICKPONTIACGMCTRUCKS SPEAKER for last week's Park.
HATTC Officers' Wives Club
WGA OFFICERS for ffc/s/ year meeting was Miss Ion a Nelson, Registration SaturdayFor
GREEN COVE SPRINGS are (left to right) Mesdames HATTC's Librarian. Topic of
Carl Owens, Pres.; Walter Sher- discussion was the Library Catholic InstructionsThere

rill, Sec.; Harris Bolin, Treas.; and annual sale of HATTC will be a religious in-
Frank Miller, Handicap Chair. Calendars. Hostesses were structions for catholic children
man; (kneeling) Earl Bennett, Mesdames G. A. Sundqulst; attending public grammer school.
NO WONDER!
and P.J. Hall. Rules and Tour L. F. Cooney, A. W. Bradbury; Classes will be held on Saturdays
nament Chairmen. Veep Mrs. H. A. Irwin; and Kenneth Con from 10:15 11:15 a.m.
W.'v. got 21 varieties of Jay Stone was not present. ners, Jr. Catholic parents whose child-.
pizza In 3 sizes. We've got ren attend public school are urged -
light and dark beer, soft to register Saturday Sept.
drinks rinky-dink! piano and OFFICE HOURS: Across 17, at the Chapel Annex., Bldg.
q banjo music and the nicest Mon. Fri.: 9:00.5:00 From 722, Birmingham St.Registrationfrom

group of customers you've Sat..: 9:00 a.m. 72:00 a.m. Moosehaven/ 10115 11:15 a.m.
broken with. That's
ever pizza Wee/: 6:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 7S30 Hwy. 77 Jax''Hams Hold MeetingThe
why Shokey's is a friend to
{ i man and family-of any size Navy lax Amateur Radio
and appetite. Bring yours.SlKKEY'S Dr. Af. Timothy Carter Club will hold a meeting on Sat-
,I I 1(f urday, September 17, at 1:30
p.m. in Bldg. 726.
P JJ11i OptometristOrange Club plans and programs will
Some f families be discussed. Licensed amateurs
4420 BLANDING BLVD.
and persons interested inbecoming -
are natural, born pizza eaters Phone1771-2233 Park, Florida Telephone: 264-2425 "Hams" are.urged to attend.
Open II A.M.'ril Mi4mgM For further Information call Albert -
Dennis, WB4BCAExt..

Dog Festival PreviewAt

COLLEGE EDUCATION.LOANS .... Hospital-' irl .
Patients at thefJA's S hospitalt :
were given a preview of the'Jacksonville -

NOW Available through Your day night Dog when Festival-.the K last-9 Thurs-Drill

'. Team gave a private performance
a,1': for them. (See photos'this page)

CREDIT UNION : The annual Dog Festival will
be held at Willowbranch Park
starting at 11 a.m. on Sunday,
Sept. 18 in observance of Nat-
ional Dog Week.
Slated events include all Breed

.... Fun Match, andObedienceMatch,
?' UBdertheHIberEdicitioiActofl965udcoHtrictwith a parade of champions and obe-
dience title dogs, crowning of the
the UritedStrdOtr canine king and queen,children's
handling competitions, and pre- '
Aid Finds, !IIC., goer Credit UiioH sentation of a trophy to the old-
"
est canine "citizen present.
..4 offers low Ed LOIRS.ADVANTAGES
z;,: *. '- row cost ocitioi .

r.: : LadiesNews


to this PROGRAM: .
WOMEN'S GOLF STARTSThe

Money.; loaned to student, parent CreditUrlor Ferris .111 med. NAS Women's Golf Association -.
need not assume financial' start their new season
.
responsibility. BRdertbis prograw will bo limited this month" and: invite all women
eligibleto play 'a military golf
course to' Join'their group on
-' Therefore plicitioBS will bo Thursdays at 8:30 a.m. For
I
2. Repayment does not begin further information,contact Mrs.
until student leaves College. t Carl Owens 7715043..
,.: \.' <1.. eccepted to the extort vfHible,
VP-76 Wives/
3. Federal Government will pay
fudsdlctite
The Executive Board of VP -
entire 6% per annum interest
16 Enlisted Wives Group held a
while student Is In school,3% meetinglast Wednesday morningat
after leaving provided you the home of Mrs. Edward
,qualify. Bulger, President of the Group.A .
coffee and business meeting
is to be held Sept. 14 at' 10
k. a.m. at the Blue Jackets Inn.

fax flfavy Eedea NWCA #86

The members of Navy Wives-
Club Jax # 86 held a business
I '; : meeting last Wednesday evening.
CREDIT l/IWON'-: "- Delegates elected to representthe
:. club at the National Con-
., vention at Corpus Christi, this
! JAX HAS BLDG. 39 CECIL FIELD OLDG. 26 coming October were the following -
members: Mrs.Jay Perry,
Tel. 384-4121 or BaseExt. 8507 Tel. SP 1-3277, Ext. 205 Mrs. Paul St. Andre and: Mrs.

Hours: Mon.-Frt. 9:30-4:30 Hours: Mon..Fri. 30-3.-00 Wilbert Wagner. Mrs. Leon
Conley clib President will be
I Chairman of the Delegation.

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Health Benefit Act Recently I
I
: Civil Service News I Amended-Coverage ExtendedPublic


: .. Federal Employees and Politics A Forum Law 89 504 approved reaching age 22. The child need:
18 July 1966, the Federal Sal- not be a student.

ary and Fringe Benefits Act of Employees who have acquired
; (Second in a series of ques-. ee's wife who is not a Gov- to. the polls on election. day, 1966 amends the Employees individual coverage because
! tions and answers regarding the ernment employee engage in or lend it, or rent it for this Health Benefits Act and extends children reached age 21 should
\ relationship of politics and people political activity? use? coverage three ways: ((1) for notify their plan to cancel the
i employed In civil service.) A. Yes. The Act does not restrict A. Generally, no. Of course, all unmarried children to age personal policy,,refund any excess -
Q. May employees covered by the activities of an em the employee's auto may be 22, ((2)) Increases the govern-. premium paid. Children are
the Act attend political rallies ployee's wife or of other members used to transport himself and ment health benefits contributionand automatically covered under ,the
and join political clubs? of his family in any way. members of his family to the ((3)) permits employees who Federal plan until they reach age
A. Yes; but they cannot takean However, a Government em- polls. In addition, members ofa leave without
are on approved 22. -
pay Anycoveragehospitalormedical
active part In the conductof ployee would violate the Hatch car pool may stop at the poll- for the of serving an incurred after
purpose on or
expenses
the rally or operation of Act if his spouse were to engage ing place to cast their voteson
employee organization to con- 18 July will be increased from
the club. They are also prohibited In political activity as the way to or from their tinue health benefits $1.30
or acquire bi -
from becoming involved his agent, that is, under his places of employment.Q. coverage. od to per$1.62 for "sellonly"
in soliciting collecting polit- direction and control. The ,
I In most, States a registraris Under the the definition ofa enrollment and from $3.12 to
ical contributions, distributing employee may not ,do through act, ,
$3,94 for "self
campaign material, and selling another what he cannot do himself appointed by the County "Family Member" is any and family"enrollment.
dinner tickets, or otherwise Clerk or Clerk of the Court. unmarried child under age 22,, .
actively promoting such acti- Q. What should an employee do Can a Federal employee accept including an adopted child, step-
vities as political dinners.Q. if he does not know whethera such appointment? child, foster child or recognized DOD CASULATY FIGURES
May an employee who is certain activity violates the 'A. Yes, if in doing so he gets natural child who lives with the show 4,440 U. S. military personnel -
subject to the Hatch Act writea Hatch Act? permission from his agency employee or annuitant in a regular lost their lives through
letter to the editor of a A. Since ignorance of pro- and the work does not inter- parent child relation- hostile actions in Vietnam from
local newspaper, expressinghis visions of the, law will not fere with his agency's busi- ship. Also included are child- 'Jan. 1, 1961 through July 23
opinion on a partisan Issue? excuse a Government employee ness. This is ,a matter for ren in categories who are incapable 1966. An additional 24,357 have J
A. Yes, but he must not solicit from penalties for violation,he each agency to decide. of self support because been wounded. Non hostile
votes for should the matter in of mental or physical actions
or against any present I Q. Federal be incapacity claimed lives of 930.
political party or partisan can- writing to the U. S. Civil Service May a employee that existed prior to the child ********
excused for reasonable timeto
1900'E. a
didate.Q. Commission, .
May he make a campaign Street N. W.,Washington,D.C. vote or to register to vote?
contribution to his party? 20415 before engaging in the A. Yes As a general rule, ..
A. Yes, but he cannot be required activity. where the polls are not openat NO EXTRA M OPEN
to do so. The con- least three hours either before CHARGE O MINUTE CLEANERS! il 1
tribution cannot be made Ina Q. What Is the Commission's or after an employee'sregular too :.
fASTSBMCt
Federal building or to some general philosophy with regardto hours of work he may .....::.*"".... ,'"' .
be granted an amount of excused -
other employee who is pro-- theindividual'sparticipationin
hibited by Federal law from registration? leave that will 'permit
accepting contributions.Q. A. The Commission, over the him to report for work three WHERE SERVICE AND
Does violate the has the hours after the polls open or
an employee years, expressed view
Hatch Act by merely wearinga that It believes all citizens, leave work three hours before QUALITY GO STEADY!

campaign button or displayIng should be encouraged to the polls close, whichever requires -
a bumper sticker on his register and to vote, and thatno the lesser amount of
car? Impediment should be per- time off. If an employee's' ........ FREE! ........
A. No. This Is not prohibitedby mitted whichwouldhamper an voting place is beyond normal .
the Hatch Act. However, Individual from participating commuting distance and vote by BRING IN THIS COUPON FOR ONE

employees must observe any in registration activities and absentee ballot is not per- Z MAN'S SUIT or ONE LADIES DRESS Z

rules of their agencies restricting voting.Q. mitted, the employee may be o (PLAIN) 0
a partisan political May a Federal employee granted sufficient time off to
display on the job. participate in nonpartisan registration make the trip to the voting ,BEAUTIFULLY Q.
Q. May a Government employIh'let drives? place, not to exceed a full ;
I
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A. Yes, to the fullest extent. day- ., .. DRYCLEANED 0
!
Q. May a Federal employee ... '. ""l .. "' '
ABSOLUTELY FREE! COUPON EXU
serve as an election officer? For employees who vote in I
A. Yes, provided that In doingso jurisdictions which require S PIRES AFTER SEPTEMBER 18th .
Marina' he discharges the duties of registration in person, time .
.
the office In an Impartial man- off to register may be grantedon
ner as prescribed by State or substantially the same basis ........COUPON .......
local law, except that he may except that no such time is
not become a candidate for granted if registration can be 2455 Lone Avenue So. 387.4268
such office In a partisan elec- accomplished on a nonwork day
OUTBOARDS tion. and the place of registration is 1901 Blanding Blvd. 387.6888
within reasonable one day
Q. May a Federal employeeserve
Boats-Motors- in any capacity at the round trip travel distance of
polls in behalf of a partisan the employee's residence. 1902 Kings Road : 356-8815
'
Trailers political candidate or political ,. :

.Sales A Service A.party No.? He may not assist such Buy U. ,\ :.' ". 3635 St. Johns 'Avenue., *. f 388-9074

WY'.170IANGE'AII candidate or party in any wayat Bonds Savings '::0-- li} 1023 Kings Street 356.8815
or near the polls.Q. .

.M 264-9835 + May a Federal employeeuse
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JAX MARINES l;' r :


M/Sgt. Joel FergusonEXT.
400

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Most Decorated talJy wounded on December 9
during a medical evacuation mis
Ceremonies honoring the late sion. It was this action for which caliber machine and his -
Major Donald J. Reilly, USMC, the Navy Cross will be awarded. gun primary
the most decorated Marine of After flown armament system was ren-
having over seven
dered useless. To draw hostile
the Vietnam war, were held at hours of armed helicopter flightsin ? fN hr R M e
fire away from the troop carrying -
Marine Barracks in WashingtonD. of
support ground operationsthat he continued
helicopters to
C., on September 1. day, Major Reilly respondedat
his UH1E around the flanksof
fly
Mrs. Emily Rellly of Memphis nightfall in marginal weatherto
Tennessee, widow of the a request for evacuation of the formation while his crew-
major was presented his post- eleven wounded Marines. Attempting man used an internally mounted
humous awards, including the to bring his helicopterinto machine gun for suppressive fire.
Navy Cross, the Silver Star, the the landing zone under Intense : ; Unable to fire his rockets, he
Distinguished Flying Cross, the ground fire, guided only jettisoned them to lighten his air-
craft and then remained in the
Bronze Star and the Air Medal by flashlight, Major Reilly was
( with Gold stars in lieu of the hit by a .50 caliber round area to serve as a medical

second through fourteenth addi- crashed, and later died. COMMENDED LfCo// J. W. Sullivan// left, and IstLt. J. E. evacuation too rough plane.for difficult a landing terrain he-
tional awards .
) In nine months in Vietnam
Curran Jr., presented a meritorious mast last week, to SSgt. skillfully hovered his aircraft
Major Reilly, a helicopter Major Reilly flew 298 missions
pilot ,
with Marine Observation including 133 medical evacua- Joseph Williams, Jr. for his outstanding performance of dutiesas several times in the face of
Squadron 2 in Vietnam from April tions as well as armed helicopter a member of the Shore Patrol, as an Instructor for the Det. hostile ground fire while wounded -
until December 1965,was mor escort duty, aerial observation training branch, and as a troop handler for Marines attending were loaded on board. For
Aviation Ordnance: school.and this heroic action, he was awarded -
the Silver Star medal.
reconnaissance flights. amphibian tractor column.
He earned the Distinguished He earned the Bronze Star "He was not fearless," wrote
Flying Cross during Operation on October 28 for heroism during his commanding officer, "but he
Starlight, August 10, when two the Viet Cong attack on the always had the courage to do
,." of the three helicopters he flew Marble Mountain Air Facility.On what he thought must be done in
.":,. were forced out of action by November 18, while flying spite of the risks involved. He
I ground fire and the third hit armed helicopter escort duty, was an excellent pilot and always
as he directed artillery fire in his fire control system was contributed more than his shareto
an effort to relieve a beleagured knocked out by a Viet Cong .50
the efforts here. I believe
that this was not his 'personal'war
but that he believed that he
,f r should give a full measure of
4621 1 Phone himself In order to win the peace
San Juan 384-"l386 {
; a so desperately desired byeveryone. -
AvenueSouthern tta utrooa CHICHIH MIwntuicONviNitm FOR FAST I His actions against the
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Through Our Secret Process r he derived his satisfaction from
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Row Boat, 16 PCS. 4-5 $3.50 troops by flying them out of the
Yacht, 20 Pc,. 6-7 $4.40 i frontllnes, and not from the devastations -
7 Cruiser, 24 PCS. 7-10 $5.25 he was forced to wreak
tit t r'J.: ....,_.-",..' Open Doily fr Sun, 10 A.M.-IO P.M. on the enemy."

l''l He is survived, by his wife
and ,two children, Ellen Lawrence r.
k MILITARYAUTO 8 and Cathrine'Allison,
This is a N 3: and by his parents Mr. and
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' 1 ,': 'I I CARE -1 I SHARE' -- Give Through CFCThe I



Combined Federal Cam- to families and Individuals who U. S, O. Operated locally by strophy am related neuromuscular NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR
paign which began Tuesday,Sept. need help in solving family pro- the Salvation Army, provides ,diseases. CRIPPLED CHILDREN & .ADULTS -
6, is a single charity drive which blems. facilities for the religious,social NATIONAL ASSOC. FOR RE- Easter Seal Society,pro-
supports the United Fund of the GATEWAY GIRL SCOUT welfare recreational, needs of TARDED CHILDREN Establishes vides care and treatment and
Jacksonville Area, National COUNCIL Promotes citizen- members of the Armed Forces. well rounded com- other services annually to more
Health Agencies and the Inter- ship, home making fun in the VISITING NURSE ASSOC. munity programs and provides s than 200,000 handicapped people.
national Services Agencies. out of doors, and a wide Registered professional nurses better care for America s 6 million NATIONAL SOCIETY FOR
,.. A proportionate amount for each variety of interest for girls provide essential care, for the mentally retarded. Through THE PREVENTION OF BLIND-
of the campaign organizations through its character building sick in their own home, underthe research, It seeks preventionof NESS Seeks to prevent blind-
I has been worked out on the basisof program. direction of a local physician retardation. ness through researcheducation
their past receipts from Fed- GOODWILL INDUSTRIES or clinic. NATIONAL CYSTIC FIBROSIS and community detection ser-
eal personnel in this area.Unit- Supplies vocational rehabilitation VOLUNTEERS OF AMERICANon RESERACH FOUNDATION vices.
ed Fund of th Jacksonville Area jobs and training to handicapped !- sectarian maternity home Leads the fight against C/F an
will receive 75 7o, National Health persons. and adoption agency. Y. W. C. A. inherited disorder which pri-
Agencies 11% and Internatonal JACKSONVILLE URBAN Characterbuildingorganization marily attacks the lungs and dig-
Service Agencies 8% LEAGUE Conducts a programof for women and girls offeringa estive systems of many thousands IMlldllt NGITNPrif
United Fund Of the vocational guidance Job place- program in education and recreation of American babies each year.
ment, educational and community through groupactivities.
Jacksonville Area Inc. .f
,'
organization activities to improve International Service NATIONAL FOUNDATION .fYJ
includes the following charitiesand conditions under which MARCH OF DIMES This Is -
a br.ef description of what Negroes live and work. Agencies the largest, single voluntary
each one accomplishes: JEWISH FAMILY CHILDREN includes the following .charities health organization fighting birth
AMERICAN RED. CROSS SERVICE Provides personal and a AMERICAKOREAN defects which cripple more than
Counseling, communications,financial family and marital counseling. THE 250,000 of our infants each year.
and other assistance to FOUNDATION Helps Korea
servicemen, veterans and their LEGAL AID ASSOC. -Throughthe stand against communism and
families. volunteer services of over become self supporting
AMERICAN SOCIAL HEALTH 100 lawyers provides skilled leg- through various groups and ser- :
-Researchinvestigation al aid to persons who are unable vices. BIG CHIEFTIRE PanllaeR.1..
and family life education with financially to employ an at- PROJECT APE Whose O
Armed Forces, local and national torney. world symbol agencies to. control VD, prostitution MENTAL HEALTH ASSOC. ship S. S. HOPE:, carries unique
narcotics addiction and Citizens' group concerned with teaching '- healing programs to
allied conditions. adequate care and treatment of developing nations on three con-
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION mentally ill.MULTIPLE. tinents.
ALL
Supports research and healthed- SCLEROSIS SOCIETY CARE Delivers life giving $ 95
ucation programs; sponsors Undertakes research Into food, self help and medicalaid 7
I. Arthritis and Collagen Disease causes, prevention, cure and to millions of needy men, SIZES Pits Tex
Program at Duval Medical Cen- alleviation of multiple sclerosis. women and children around the
ter.BOY OLD FOLKS HOME FOR COL- world. 12.50 EXTRA FOR WSW OR TUBELESS
SCOUTS OF AMERICA- ORED Provides care for sick RADIO FREE EUROPE-Helps
Character building, citizenship and homeless Negroes during 82,000,000 East Europeans win NO DOWN PAYMENT. .NO PAYMENTS FOR 6 WEEKSWE
training, physical fitness and their declining years. substantial concessions from FINANCE ANYONE IN USN OR USMC
leadership for boys aged 8 18. SALVATION ARMY Seeks to their Communist rulers and
BOYS' CLUB OF JACKSONVILLE administer to spiritual moral advance toward their goal of FREE Balance A Alignment-Wlth.Purchase of 4 Tires
Works with schools, and physical needs. personal liberty and political
law enforcement bodies and other SPEECH AND HEARING a .'- freedom. SPEED EQUIPMENT
social TER Provides diagnostic,eva
agencies guiding boysto
responsibility and good citi uative, and theapeutic servicesto National Health Agencies Complete II.. tf Mif WhtelsT. hiMtmliciig
zenship. children and adults with all includes following charities anda
CAMP FF-J GIRLS Program .types of speech' and hearing brief,description of each: Slicks Chrome Pipes Floor Shifts
combines',funfrieridshlpachjev- handicaps. THE AMERICAN CANCER
ement and high Ideals for girls TRAVELERS AID SOCIETY SOCIETY Fights cancer through BIG CHIEF TIRE CO.
aged 7 18. Social casework service giving research, education and ser
CATHOLIC CHARITIES BUR- assistance to runaways, children vice. To protect yourself, you, 5444 Normandy 6207 Roosevelt 2809 Moyporf Rd.
EAU Provides casework ser- traveling alone, aged or handi- should know cancer's warning Across from V4 mil. from 4 Vi mil. fromAtlantic
vice to families regarding prob- capped travelers,migrants,new- signals and have a yearly health Mills Main Out Main! O.tt
lems of their children; helps comers and travelers meeting checkup.
unwed mothers; accepts child unexpected difficulties. THE AMERICAN HEART
ren for foster care or adoption UNITED CEREBRAL PALSY ASSOCIATION Spearheads increasingly -
renders care and assistance to Services to children and adults successful programs
the aged. include orthopedic and pediatric against heart disease, stroke,
CHILD GUIDANCE CLINIC examinations; psychological evaluation high blood pressure, which accounts -
Serves those children in the com- ; physical, occupationaland for more deaths than all
munity whose emotional education speech therapy. other causes combined.
or social problems pre- UNITED FUND Constitutesa MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY AS-
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Club Schedules MOVIESMovies


Want Ad Section HAS JAX of your choice night. Wednesdaywill will be shown at the regularly NAS JaxTneatre at 6 and

: be Disc Jockey Show from 8, 8:15 p.m., Monday through
"0 CLUB Friday Mark until 11 p.m. with "MC" Mr. Al Saturday. In addition to the
Castle will be entertaining the Albert. two evening shows there will bea
Club (or your dancing and listen- matinee at 2 p.m. on Satur-
Ads should. be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company, ing enjoyment. Saturday will feature "KICK OFF DANCE" The day, Sundays and holidays. The
1950Bl< nding Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida 32210 to arrive Dick Wilson.Tuesday will be Kick Off dance of the Square Hospital Theatre will have one
not !later than Tuesday for publication the following Thursday our Foreign Dish Night, which Dance Season will be held tomorrow weekly feature at 7 p.m.Cecil .
Adi arriving too late for this deadline will be publishedthe will feature Mexican food this night at the Lutheran Service Field will have two shows
following week unless the publisher is instructed other week. Then do not forget that Center 19 W. St.
Forsyth
during the week at 5:30 and 8
wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
be received WITH the copy for the ad. Wednesday is Family Night. Jacksonville, at 8:30 p.m. The p.m. Matinees will be shownon
dance is especially for military weekends at 2 and 5 p.m.
DO NOT SEND CASH "CPO" CLUB-Tonight is Pizza personnell There is no chargeand Thursday J5
Sept.
RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $2.00 Night. Friday is CPO. Initiation refreshments are free, so Mad
with a dance on the Patio make a point to be there. NAS "Rasputin, The
i Per additional line ((4 words per line). . .Y.CXSO beginning at 11:30 with music Monk" with Christopher Lee and

f I provided by John Arnold. Satur- CECIL FIELD Barbara Shelley.
day night for your dancing and Hospital "Cast A Giant .Sha-
! SINGERDIAL REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSUL- listening enjoyment, music will CPO CLUB Friday night dow" with Kirk Douglas, Senta
' TATION advice. 7 days a week. be provided by Mark Castle. the special will be Lobster for Berger and Frank Sinatra.C. .
i .0- Homes for sale, $100 Down. Sunday music by Dick WilsonOn $2.35 and a 16 oz. T Bone Field "Stagecoach"withBing
MATIC Equities, No Qualifying. Rent- Monday, Tuesday and Wed- Steak priced at $1.85. The Crosby and Ann Margaret.
'I !' als. HomeSite Lots, Acreage, nesday, Happy Hour will be at musical entertainment will be
Friday 76
II'I Console model sewing machine Investments. WALTER T.BOW- 4:30. provided by Bud Clark. Saturday Sept.
" A-l shape Zig-Zags Makes EN, Reg. Broker. USN Retired. Lobster will again be on special NAS "The Ghost and Mr.
1. botton holes, sews on buttons 384-1376 "ACEY DUCEY CLUB" -Friday with a 12oz. T Bone Steak Chicken, with Don Knotts and
t Makes fancy designs, etc. Sold September 16, a special treatis also featured for $1.65. Musicis Joan Staley.
f new for over .$300.. Just; par ,.. in store which will .feature a by the Frank Binder Combo. Hospital "RasputinThe, Mad
. balance $68. or assume $2. per APTS. RENTALS: $50 DOWNHOMES : surprise band. "Come One; Sunday the special will be a lOoz Monk" with Christopher Lee and
week payments. Will take older ORANGE PARK REALTY Come Alll" to find out who it is. K. C. Steak for $1.35 .and a Barbara Shelley.C. .
machine in trade Call' credit 264-2411 _, Saturday the Town Criers will Childs Chicken Plate for $.50. Field "Great Sioux Mas-
mgr. 353-1946 anytime'- Will be present. Sunday Charlie Jay Wednesday the special for the sacre" with Joseph Cotten and
deliver. No obligation. FOR RENT '1419 MOHAWKSt. will be bringing the entertain- day with be a K. C. steak for Nancy Kovack.

A-l SEWING MACHINE .,- Furn., 2 BR, duplex, water ment. Do not forget Sunday and $.65. Wednesday is also Game
CO.
furn., clean elect. kitchen., no Tuesday are our Game Nights. Night starting at 7:45 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 17
pets. $75 mo. Phone 389 NAS "Dual At Diablo" with
ORANGE PARK 3 PR'' HOUSE 6938. "BLUEJACKETS INN"-Lemon James Garner and Sidney Poiter
Furnished. Will rent to TAD Twisters will provide the EM CLUB Thursday Is Game Hospital "The Ghost and Mr.
personnel. 264 6884. FREEZER FOR SALE 15 CU. music tonight. Friday Phil Night commencing at 7:45 p.m., Chicken" with Don Knotts and
Ft. $ 40 1410 Childs Street Cay ,and the Chantels will be the special dinner will be 1/2 Joan Staley.C. .
STARBELLE BOARDING KEN- 388 6940. here. Saturday, March Wilson fried chicken for $.60. Friday Field "Cast A Giant'Shad-
NEL Bathing,grooming, trainIng and the Red Coats will be here features the music of the Holi- ow" with Kirk. Douglas and Senta
:t' See us first. 725 9882. PART TIME EMPLOYEES from 8:45 until 12:45. Sunday days and a surprise Happy Hour. Berger. .
WANTED No Experience nec- from 2 to' 6 p.m. the Chantels Saturday is Juke Box night. Sunday -
EMPLOYEES WANTED: LEAD- essary. Dining room San Jose will be present, then from 7:45 will spotlight Phil Kay and Sunday Sept. 18
ING Furniture Industry locatedin Country Club Phone 733- until 11:30 Phil Cay and the the "Chantels". Monday,"Happy ,
Lexington, N. C. For details 2020 Mr. Duke 11 to 3 OR 6 Chantels will be present. Mondaythe Hour" 5 to 6 p.m. Tuesdaya -"ThatManlnlstarbull"
write or send post card to J. C. to 9 p.m- Lemon Twisters will be here. surprise "Happy Hour". Wed- with Horst Buccholz and Sylvia
WILLIAMS, personal,HECKMAN Tuesday Lonnie Vessel and the nesday musical entertainmentwill Kascina.
CABINETS, Pickard Circle, Loose Ends will provide the entertainment be provided by Dick Widon Hospital "Duel at Diablo "
Lexington, N. C. All inquires FOR RENT HOUSE TRAIL- from 7:30 11:15.. and the "Moderns" with a surprise with James Garner and Sidney
answered. ER Built on room & carport 'Wednesday will be Game Night. "Happy Hour." Poitier. "
1 acre privacy located between C, Field "Rasputin.'the Mad
TEMPORARY HELP: STENOS, Ceil- & NAS Call 771- "USO" CLUB Home made DEFEND Monk''':with'Christopher/Lee. and '!
t Typists, Key punch operators, 2287. ice cream tonight. Friday Is Barbara Shelley. 'I: -
for temporary assignments as Ladies' Choice Night. Saturdayis M FREEDOM
you are available. TEMPORARY FOR SALE: BRICK VERNEER, September birthday party night ;' -'
Monday Sept: J9
TALENT 1130 ACLBLDG.356- 2 Bedrm, high dry lot, Dble with music by the UndergroundBlues. BUY US. ,
0753. garage, low taxes, $10,500 plus Sunday from 10 to 10:45 SAVINGSBOilDi NAS "Ambush Bay" with
closing, 5103 Birkenhead, Lake a.m. the USO will be open for Hugh 0' Brien and Mickey Roon-
RETIRING? ? ? Shore, 771 5702. donuts and coffee and then closes
WANT TO BE YOUR OWN BOSS? until 12:30. Vespers and refreshments ey.Hospital -"1113t Man In Instan-
Then consider owning a franchise FOR CHARTER 50 FT. AUXI- this week will be in bull" with Horst Buccholz and
i the surest and safest way. LLARY SCHOONER Day Sail- the Grace Chapel Parish. The Sylvia Kascina.
ing & wkends. Trips to the Ba- movie for Sunday night will be r C. Field "The Ghost and
We can recommend many from hamas $15 a day per person- "Atilla", Monday is a Back Mr. Chicken "with Don Knotts
$1000 to more than$50,000.Come All expenses paid PO8 2921. To School Hop,music by the Com- and Joan Staley.
and see. us. No obligation, and After 6 p.m. Fairjax Combo. Tuesday, game
it ,.Is our ,proud boast that no
Tuesday Sept. 20
,
client of ours ever failed. 1962 IMPALA, 4 DOOR, HARD-
TOP, Air cond.,aut /trans,pow- NAS "The Boy Cried Murder" -
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll
Write or phoneAssociated er steering, white walls. Full with Venocia Hurst and
Business Counselors price $995. Bank will finance Phil Brown.
Suite 20, Kogerama 1914 $975. Call, 744 0736 to see it Ranks All AgesLOW Hospital "Ambush Bay"with
Boulevard Center, Jacksonville Sunday only. Hugh 0' Brien and Mickey
Phone 398 1929 RATES Rooney. -, .
CORVAIR J965 SACRIFICE- C. Field "Duel At Diablo"

White, Std. Floor Shift Take EASY MONTHLY with James Garner and Sidney
SEVERAL POSITIONS AvailableIn up payments 18 each $61.97mo. Poitier. .
Jacksonville1 and'-Mayportareas. Call after 5 p.m. W. A.

Military lackground Davis, 724 -f 1665. .PAYMENTSMcDOUGALL'S. Wednesday, Sept. 27
would be helpful. A "Very rewarding .
career possible for the Arabesque"withGreg-
Right Man. Write to the Regional LAKESHORE 3 BR UNFURN- ory Peck and Sophia Loren.
Director, P.O. Box 13177, ISHED House For RENT Kit Hospital "The Boy Cried
Orlando. Fla. 32809 Equip. Opt., $90 Per Month Murder" with Venocia Hurst and
389 5954. INSURANCE AGENCY Phil Brown.C. .
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FURN. APT. FOR RENT Field "That Man In In-
On 2nd floor, priv. entrance. LOST SMALL BLACK DOG .- .stanbull with Horst Buccholz
: Tile bath, rugs, drapes, recent- Left Captain'js quarters Sunday 6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388-7676 and Sylvia Kascina..,

;, ly painted Exceptionally clean- morning ( vicfnity of hospital) 2990 M /port Rd. 249- 649 Call Us Anytime!
: See to appreciate ,$90 mo. 389- No collar, weighs five.,pounds,
6048 4188 San Juan. called POGO. Reward.' CAPT.
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FOR SALE THOROUGHBREAD
all. Nothing down to vets.
Min. FHA down. Salesman on Sealpoint Siamese kittens, 6wks. like to Invite
duty 7 days week. Drive out old. Registered ancestry, house all of his many
Phone 389 0229.
pets. friends
& see us at Timuquana Heights' to come by
771. 6200; or call him at

FURN. HOUSE" ORANGE LOWER GAR. FURN. APT. 1BR e Duval Motors
PARK, N. Y. Ave., 2 BR cent. Tiled Shower. Lgts. & water 4538 San Juan Ave.
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-Navy's Offense A Question Mark

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As foam Battles Boston College Sat. se k w

ANNAPOLIS, MD (NV- as the Midshipmen's- top rusherin
NEWS) Add an explosive '65, returns to left half with <
offense to last year's defense Carl Tamulevich and Danny Wong. tl
and Navy would have been at to help shoulder the runningburden -'
least 6-4. perhaps better. at fullback.All .
That's exactly what Bill Elias American candidate Har-
hopes to do In 1966. ry Dittmann, a 6 foot, 6 inch
"We were 4-4-2 last year middle man who weighs in at 247
due primarily to our persistenceon pounds, Is an impressive addi-
defense," Elias reports."Our tion to any offensive line. Ditt-
offense just couldn't deliver a mannys blocking is the key to
BOWLING CHAMPS of the MAD Intramural
Bowling champions

knockout blow. We were inside the Navy ground game.
the opposing 20 yd. line on 23 It's hard 'to imagine a better summer league receive/ their trophy from LtCol. J. W.
occasions without scoring. This defense than the one that blanked Sullivan// Oef. CO, during ceremonies hero last week. The AO
fall, we look for a defensive effort Oklahoma and Pitt last seasonbut School Marino Instructors art, from left WO E. A. Johnson,
at least equal, and possibly Elias believes it's possible. One MSgf. R. .E. Balhach, GySgt. T. W. Williams/// receiving the trophy -
superior, to last season. With of the reasons is Bill Dow, who from CO, SSgt. B. D. fleeter 111/ and MSgf. N. N. Phares.l .
our new offensive artillery, we ranks with the best defensive endsin
should be stronger." college football. Dow suffered
The offensive artillery Elias almost the entire'65 season froman CONGRATULATIONS. FRANK
speaks of isn't entirely new -- ankle sprain in .the opening HICKS: lax Flier outfielderwho (I
just more experienced. game. This year, he's healthy was augmented to SoLant for il1Y60UNCIl
Quarterback John Cartwright and 10 pounds heavier. the All Navy tournament in
for Instance, won a letter last The ,Unpacking combination *ong Beach, won by the Pacific .
season while splitting the signal- of Don Downing and Dick Petrino Coast representative, has been Y.OW1.
calling duties with the graduated is another reason for optimism. selected to play on this, the All-
Bruce Bickel. Cartwright Is "These fellows go afterpeople," Navy Softball squad when they used car thatwon't
back at the controls this Elias "Life will be
again says. anything the best
challenge amateur teamsin
season with 1,000 yards of experience but beautiful for the offensive the country In Indianapolis, give you gas pains?
gathered during the 1965 backs they zero in on this fall." September 16th. The winner of
We have lot off them.
The schedule a
season. as usual, isa the National Softball Tourna-
"John has a new maturity," dandy. Eastern powerhouses ment, sanctioned by the Amateur They're called Volkswagens And we guaranteethem
Elias says. "He has a feelingof Boston College, Syracuse, Pitts- Softball Association, will then all 100% for the repair or replacement of all major '
belonging and is going to be burg, and Army are just pan ofwhat's continue to theWorld Tourney in parts for 30 days or 1000 miles Why no gas
tough to unseat as the top quar- in store for Navy fans. Mexico. Hicks, of VP 5, in sins. They still get that legendary VW economy.
terback. It has spelled an impro- Traditional rival Notre Dame is his first year of organized soft- Just like the new ones
vement in his running, his pass- on tap for the 40th game in a ball play, Is pictured in a squadron ENGINE TRANSMISSION REAR AXLE
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. Florida Football GoesFMThlsFall

The exclusive JacksonvilleRadio the WKTZ FM bid was not disclosed JA\\ Whistling In

outlet for the 10 Game but It is understood to .
1966 University of Florida Foot- be the highest amount ever paid .,-, .. .
ball broadcasts will be WKTZ- for the Gator broadcasts in the The Rigging
.
FM, Jones College Radio. Jacksonville area.
Rights to the University of
Florida game play by play The first game oi the season I By Lt. P. E. Thibodeou
broadcasts are awarded ona high will see the Fighting Gators go
bid basis by the University Ath- against Northwestern at 2:00 p.m Attention all QUALIFIED Navy Jacksonville Sailing Club Skippers I,
letic Association. The amount of this Saturday in Gainesville. There are three Gannets available for assignment. See Charlie
Eastham, Gannet Fleet Commander, and he will assign you to a
,boat. Crews are also needed for these boats, so if you would like to
get In a little, experience, now is the time to do so.
ay me time this is printed,
; SHOWING our two Rebels will.be aboard. beer if you win. If your name
One of these boats will be fit- isn't on the board, all you haveto
SEPT. 16-22 ted ,with a spinnaker so we can do is challenge someone who
THEATRE 771-2255 1 Jl j9 1 get in some experience at handling :is on, the bottom of the list.
this sail. Two trailers were If you win, your name takes over
also ordered with the Rebelsso their place and you work your way
questions? that we'll be able to take them up the list from there.
to outside regattas. With these The Navy Day Regatta. planning
The*Worlds aboutthe three boats, we now have a class Committee met this past
and I'm sure they'll see their Monday and it looks as thoughwe
2rnrnortala stock market? share of racing. are pretty well set up for
Winner of this month's Olde' the Regatta. The only thing
Adventure! > t y' call Sam Helfrich Salt Award was Lou Caron. It remaining is to get some volunteers -
f7 r 354-5461 seems that he is virtually unbeatable to fill in on some of the
i.r (at least in the Bantam working groups. It would have
). We'll see what happens been nice to have our new club
STONE when some of the Gannet skippersget house for this, but that'llhave to
jHAYDEN. LL t01..a' him out on their home ground.If wait until next Year.
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR CroC*tICHANal you haven't tried this boat for There are still some NjSu
Atlantic Coastline Bldg. boat match racing yet, you oughtto members who have not pickedup
it's a little different from the their new club cards. If you
usual and besides, you get a free are one of these, please make a
point of getting down to the club-
house and obtain your new card.
Someone will be there most any
Saturday or Sunday to give you
jk : the qualifying sailing exam.Don't
Y.s., '.,;' forget, you can't take a boat out
until you get a card and takeat
least the Basic Sailing Exam.
:k :i:r.sk ,
At the same time, you can get
your club patch from Steve,Griffith -
NTSC Treasurer.A .
; week ago Saturday, enough
prospective members turned out
for a new sailing class. This is
if a must for new members, unless
you are experienced enough to
r pass the exams without the
trey. classes. As long as interest is
evident sailing classes will con-
i ,, tinue. You can Join most anywhere -
: : during the course,providing -
,? %' '<:aari' ) "k that you take all four lessons.We .
} ':v&:} 'r :
are always on the lookout
i't ; for new members, or if youwouh
; ..,
'
: }
:
F 'rw '
; : :::q:,;::{,: : ; like to try sailing, come,on dowr.
: <: w:; ;r} > to the NJSC Clubhouse on any
t ,' ; :};; 3>*
,,.
;: ;! ST Saturday at 1:30. Someone will
r : aria.r
be there to fill you in on our

; ::: requirements.Special event for October

::' :,.. rc,' meeting will be the showing of
the 27 minute color film on high
speed sailing. This movie is from
Newport Boat Co., makers of

the 'Pacific Catermaran and the
'
Finn. There are shots of Finns
doing 24 knots and if that Isn't
fast, I don't know what is. Also
shown is the P Cat in the
surf at Hawaii, making .like agigantic
surfboard. Don't miss
,this!
SALTY; SEZWith the passin'o
Labor Day, I been cogitatin
on the past Summer's experience
I've had *with ye olde NJSC. I
kin truthfully say that I've enJoyed -
it immensely. The swabs
(tadpoles an' olde salts, ladies
an' gents) tl've been associatedwith
both in the NJSC and in
the local group o' sailln enthus-
iasts all fine if
are people, even
; :.: : f / they do leave this Olde Salt at
the rear o' the fleet most o'.
/ the time.
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"' ,. Football Predictions


5 RESERVED SEATs y 0

GAME ARD FEL.LERS STAFF CORBin PERSON THEN

: "Shorts for the Spectator"" ELM EN COltl

1. Northwestern vs Florida NW NW NW Fla Fla Fla.

By John Moore 2. Georgia vs Mississippi Ga.
u Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga. Ga.
"Fools rusn in wnere wise the pressure of my competItors. State

tinent men fear quotation to tread"for this Is a week.per- I very am unscientific picking a Top criteria.Ten based on 3. Idaho vs Washington Wash. Wash. Idaho Idaho Wash. Wash.

For now is the time when all "
good men come to choose the 1. Michigan State No one 4. North Carolina State Mich S. Mich. S. Mich S. Mich S. Mich. s. Mich. ''S.
Top Ten, Top Fifty, Top One, in his right mind would stand in vs Michigan State
etc.from among the college foot- front of the smallest Spartan S. Boston College vs Navy Navy Navy B. Call, Navy Navy Navy
ball teams of the nation. this year. r

Aside from the fact that no 2. Alabama Could be No. 6. Southern California Texas S.CaTexas S.CaS.Col./. Texas
one ever devised a method for 1 Bear Bryant was never known vs Texas

determining the top team, even for his rightmindedness anyway. 7. Houston vs Florida State Houston Houston Fla. S. Houston Houston Housto.
when all the games have been 3.
Texas Soph Bill Bradley
madness.played' such Players predicting returning is sheer is faster than a speeding bullet 8. Illinois; vs Southern ha'' III SoMeth III. II''. III.
more powerful than a locomotive Methodist

from unknown the quantities team of last, and year die play are- able to leap tall build- 9. North Carolina N., C .N. C. H. C. N. C. Kentucky N. C.
ings at a single bound and he vs Kentucky .
ers up from the freshman teams !
can
and transferring from a Junior pass 10. San Jose State Stan Stan. San J. Stan Stan. San J.
college are beyond considering. 4. UCLA It depends on Be- vs Stanford
They range from Heisman Tro- ban.

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have been known to be a little Super Texas in a thriller.
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Bowling Ilacks ChampsThe o.s I CECIL SPORTSNEW I




"Blackshoes" of the Military -
Personnel Office, with four
By Jim Ange/ea/ men rolling 500 plus series,took

looks more absurd at year, but someone forgot to tell four games from the "Alley- ASSIGNMENT?
Bowl Game time than last Sept- the "Bears". Floyd Little, All- gators" of Weapons and clinched
ember's pre season football American half back fumbledthe first place in the Tuesday Early make the move
predictions, and as was expected first time that he carriedthe League. In winning this title,they AUL ILa
my pre season top ten of ball for Syracuse, and the also captured the Base Championship yourself WithUHAUL
college football drew fire from Baylor defense punched on the as the "Blackshoes"
many readers; however, difference loose ball. That was the begin- had previously won the Monday
of opinion is one of the pri- ning of the end, as Southall threwa Early League.
vileges of this great country of 30 yard TD pass on Baylor's Jim Anglea ((527)) ,Paul Worthy -
ours and all comments are wel- second play from Scrimmage.With ((526)) Glenn Archibald ( 510))
comed. Southall hitting on 14 of and Roger Fortney ((504)) led the 10% Discount/ on all one-way hauls.
Two who disagreed with my 28 passes for 258 yards the attack a.s the men from MIL-
StHbsSficlikU-Hul Stroke
choices brought by their own- Texans completely dominated the PERS: posted a 2553 scratch series -

preseason favorites and ask- game as Syracuse found yardage in the final three gamesof 849 N. Edge wood 389.5991
ed to be put on record as going hard to come by through the tight their season.
with the following choices; defense employed by Baylor. If The "Hustlers" from VA -
YN2 Paul Worthy sees It with Texas and Arkansas were watch- 174 fought it out during league
Michigan State as number one ing that game they will know play and took the runners' up
followed by Arkansas, Tennessee that someone else plays in the spot in a league that saw four Bob's Oak Hill
MississippiAlabamaNotre Southwest Conference this year. different teams hold the top spotat
Dame, Southern Calif., UCLA, Uncertainty is an all important one time or another. League
Nebraska, and LSU. Would you part of the excitement of the President Charlie Reir, announced Pure Service CenterOpen
believe that Paul is a SEC fan new college campaign which gets that trophies} will be pre-
with four picked for the top ten underway this Saturday with a full sented at an awards banquet at for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
in the nation? PN3 Roger Fort- slate of games. Southern Calif. the EM Club on Saturday, Sept.
ney leans towards the Big 8 Conference will play Texas as the "Long- 17.
and picks them to.finish horns" unviel "Super Bill" More AwardsCommunications rood servicepick-vp & delivery

with Arkansas in the top spot Bradley in the national televised took first mechanic on duty..American & Foreii Cars
followed by Nebraska, Alabama game of the week. place in the short Wednesday
MSU, UCLA, Missouri, Southern This kid Bradley is supposedto Night League which ended last 103rd & James Rd.
Calif., Notre Dame, Perdue, and be the best soph prospect to week; thereby giving the ADMIN 771-9156 Jacksonville, Fla.
Georgia Tech.Dodgers. come along since Doak Walker., Department the championshipteam
He was the QU of the Texas in every men's league that
Move Into First High School All Stars that they entered in the Summer Bowl- ICOUPONIROOSEVELT
Over The Weekend beat the Pennsylvania prep all- ing Season.
With the baseball season en- stars in 1965, and then lead Mixed LeagueThe
tering the final hectic weeks, of the Texas frosh to a 4.1 sea- Tuesday Mixed League MALL
play we find ourselves with the began their winter schedule this
outcome of theAmerican League son.The service academys begin week with eightteams again com-
almost assuredlysewed up again, work with Army,meeting KansasSt. peting. Officers for the winter
only this time with a different ., at West Point, Wyoming at session are Dave Canaway,pres., CAR WASH
pennant winner for the third year the Air Force, and Navywill battle Jim Anglea, vice pres., Pat z n
in a row. This is almost unpre- Boston College. Alabama, Anthony, sec., and Paul Worthy, O OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30 AM-6PM '0
cedented in a league where the Darmouth, Tennessee, Notre treas. 2: JUNDAY8.30AMOOP.M. c:
Yankees usually dominate.Baltimore Dame, and Ohio State among SPORT BRIEFSJim
looks like a sure winner to others have an open date this Kaat of the Minnesota o THIS COUPON WORTH,50( OFF O
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the Tiger, and Twin fans, while on Sept. 24. winner Twins was in the majors this games year. Oi A Cir Wish AMY DIY Except Wetl.Z

the once powerful Yankees have Our crystal ball sees the out- Frank Robinson has a good shotat ( EVERY WED. IS IARGAIN DAY$1.25
their hands full trying to stay come of Saturdays contests'with baseball's triple crown this
out of the cellar, a,spot usually mixed emotions. Facts tell us one year. Frank at the pesent timein FREE AUTO WAX APPLIED
reserved in ,the other league for thing, but sentimental favorites leading in homeruns with 43, WITH CAR WASH!
their cross town rivals,the.-1ets.
can't be overlooked. Make your is second in batting average with
In fact, if the Yanks are not care- choices and with ours. with LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALI SHOPPING CENTER
compare' 313, and second in RBIs
ful the Mets will finish above
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them in respective league.
Meanwhile over in theNational The "Hogs" easily. ..
League we have out usual thrill- ARMY vs KANSAS ST.
ing cliff hangar right down to West Pointers by 2 TDs
the wire. The LA Dodgers moved AUBURN vs CHATTANOOGA
into first place one game in frontof Tossup. Will go with Auburn
the Pirates with a sweep of NAVY vs BOSTON COLLEGE
their double header last Sun- "Middies" in a squeaker

day,against Houston, Sandy Kou- VANDERBILT vs CITADEL JOHN B.
fax picked up his 23rd win of the Vandy should be most improved STOUDEMIREI
season as he shutout the Astros team' in SEC. & !
4 0, in the opener. The Dodg- MIAMI (FLA) vs COLORADO ASSOCIATES
ers won the second game of the
Hurricanes are on the come-
twin bill, 1 0 on Roseboro's .
back track.
clutch single With a man on.
The pennant is still, anyone'srace FSU vs HOUSTON
; although the remaining Houston in another close one. Proudly
schedules have to favor both the FLORIDA vs NORTHWESTERNGators
Giants and Dodgers as they have is they stop the power Announces Its
already completed all games against sweep
each other and the majorityof GEORGIA TECH vs TEXAS A&M Affiliation'r: ,
their remaining games are at Aggies will lose worse than
home, while the Pirates have to Texas Tech In Gator Bowl.
play two thirds of their gameson With
MISSISSIPPI ST.
the road, and six of those GEORGIA vs
games against the Dodgers and Bulldogs are tough again.Look
Giants. Philadelphia is not so better than in '65. International Securities

far back that they can't make a LSU vs SOUTH CAROLINA
stretch drive and move into con- Dietzel's return to Louisiana corporation"FULLSPECTRUM"
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famous for the "Horaito Alger"
windups to a season, and the MISSISSIPPI vs MEMPHIS ST. ,
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