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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 10, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers
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"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 NO. 33 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA NOVEMBER 10, 1966

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Down MigDuring In Helicopter MishapCDR.


the early morning of

< u October 9, four A -1 Skyraider
tyS pilots of Attack Squadron 176,
home based inJacksonville, Fla,
'. catapulted from the flight deckof
USS INTREPID (CVS 11)) on
what was to have been a normal
combat support mission. As it
t turned out the mission was neIther -
tt normal nor support -- but ,
t it was most definitely combat in + R
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Because of their actions the 'r '..., !j.jf' .
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Naval aviators joined the elite !l ;
ranks of propeller driver aircraft :... \ < ": : \ ,"11" \ ',: J( >., >.
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pilots who have successfully en- 1 MI '. ,, ,, 1', ;
,\ gaged and shot down MIG jet air- '. .,' .:.. ,J. ...)

craft in the air war over North HICKSOn LT. GRAY
Bachelor Enlisted Quarters Honorman of the Month Vietnam.. One MIG is confirmed
down one bther considered prob- November 6, 1966, at 3:00 The pilot Cdr.Hicks, reported
i ably downed. p.m., a SH34J "Seahorse" helicopter the trouble to the Jacksonville
: Being "Squared Away"Wins The pilots were LCdr. C. Leo of the Naval Air Reserve Naval Air Station tower and then
Jacksonville, Fla., set the aircraft down without
Training any
Cook: USN of Falls Church, Va..
f ,Lt. Peter F. Russell: Ltjg. W. crashed, killingonecrewmemberand damage to its occupants or the
New Monthly AwardSA Thomas Patton of W. Va. and Lt. seriously injuring the pilot craft.
jg James W. Wiley of Augusta, and co pilot. The crash occurred The co-pilot of the downed
'Ark. at the 1700 block of Brew- this time
,
helicopter at was
Miquel M. Yanez of Barracks "G" has been selected as the ster Road in Southside Jackson- LCdr. Lawrence R. Lanchoneyof
ht. first Bachelor Enlisted Quarters Honorman of the Month. A special The flight of four Skyraiders ville, about five miles from the Orlando The
Fla.
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crewman
72 hour liberty and a citation were presented to Yanez by Command had been divided in half to help Jacksonville Naval Air Station. was AD2 Paul R. Loy of Miami
t ing Officer Capt. Martin J. Stack. effect the rescue of a downedU. Killed in the crash was BoyceA.
In a letter of congratulations to Yanez's parents Capt. 'Stack stated S. 'pilot inland in North Viet- McDougald 34,AD2,on active,, Fla.Both

#.",, .. 'ThIs unique and highly prized award was made on,the basis of.. ., nam. The first section. LCdr. ,duty with, the Jacksonville Unit. members of Helicopter
... : .Mlquel's personal motivation,:attention- to dutY afldflesfclerafeip"and'insetting ; Cook and ,Ltjg Wiley,was oVer the WMcDougald,,ran'Army< veteran of Squadron '!142w, re: attending'
,
the example""for his shipmates to follow which reflects area of the downed aircraft when the Korean Conflict, entered the their weekend' monthly trainingas

;...> much credit upon himself and the United States, Naval Service." they were engaged by a flight of Navy in December, 1963. Hewasa Weekend Warriors at the Jacksonville -
.' The citation which was presented four MIGs. Breaking toward native of Cheraw, S. C. and Unit.
k. to Yanez read, "Your ea.eSpecial cloud cover a mountain range, was currently residing in Jack: The helicopter was on a ,routine -
J". area of the barracks has been the the pilots lost contact with each sonville. McDougald is survivedby training flight and set downin
\ cleanest, most well kept part of TVReminder other and Ltjg Wiley soon found his wife and two sons Boyce the clearing approximatelynine
the barracks for the month of himself in a fight with three of Jr., 3 and John, 1. minutes after take-off from
$ September. In fact, your area the MIGs. With his maneuvera'! Seriously Injured' from burns the Jacksonville Naval Air Station -
t: was so clean and your bunk so ,bility he positioned himself and when the helicopter crashed and ,
well made that it has been used got off a barrage of 20mm cannon burst into flames were Cdr.
fire at one of the hostile aircraft. second helicopter was launched -
! as a demonstation to your ship- Robert P. Hicks and Lt. GaryL.
I', mates and shown as example On Tuesday,l November, Wiley observed hits in, the MIG Kochert.: Cdr. Hicks Week- immediately to the site of
beginning at 7tOO p.m., and confirmed that metal frag- the ,downed craft from NARTU
.' to senior petty officers of other end Warrior was participating
::" divisions." WFGA-TV (Channel 12)) will ments were breaking off and that in his monthly, weekend drill.; JAX.k.
p.k- '. The purpose of this Bachelor present a thirty-minute doc- vapor was trailing! from one wingas ,Lt. Kochert: on active duty, is carried Lt. Kochert and Mc
Misted Quarter Honorman of umentary of special interest the hit aircraft left the scene the Jacksonville Unit's Helicopter Dougald to determine the trouble
J the Month is tofcive recognition to all military personnel and of the engagement/ He was unable Training Officer. and if possible correct: the pro-,
and citation to those who show dependents in the greater to determine whether this Cdr. Hicks lives w.ith his wife blem.
t ". ," "outstanding achievement and Jacksonville area. The special was smoke or fuel. and two children at 2952 67th Repairs were made and the

f conduct within ,the Bachelor Enlisted program, entitled Shortly after this the second Street North St. Petersburg downed helicopter was pronounced -
't- Quarters aboard this com- "THE ROOSEVELT ON section of A Is piloted by Lt. Fla. Lt. Kochert: resides at airworthy shortly before 3
?; .. mahd." -This Is anew program 'YANKEE STATION" will Russel, and Ltjg Patton, arrivedon '5435 Norde Drive, West,in Jacksonville p.m., Cdr. Hicks and Lt.Kochert
.. initiated during the month of Sept- trace the activities of the the scene having escorted with his wife and daugh- prepared to fly it back to NAS
ember. All enlisted personnel Mayport-basedc rrier USS the rescue helicopter in to pick with McDougald now as crew-
f ter.The
p through pay grade E 4 living in Franklin D. Roosevelt, with up the dowed pilot. The MIGS helicopter had originallyset member.
Bachelor Enlisted Quarters*A" :Carrier Air wing ,ONE a- had temporarily retired from the down earlier in the day with
The helicopter lifted off and-
f through "G" are eligible. Sel board from its preparationfor scene but were back quickly and engine trouble in a clearing near about
ection of the winner Is based up- the current Vietnam de- engaged In a three way dog- the Church of Jesus Christ of was of take-off a quarter when mile from the
point it crashed.
". on nominations; and the Living ployment, at Mayport, fight with the Skyraiders.Recovering Latter Day Saints:; on 4087 Hen-
,', Space Inspection 'Sheets. TheHabitability through the crossing of the from a firing run on one of dricks a avenue after experiencing 2
(Please turn to Pg. Col. 5))
Equator to its arrival
," !:) Committee recommends on the Skyraiders, a MIG placed engine trouble.
the winner, but the final Yankee Station in the Gulf himself directly in the gun sightof .
f.-'. ..' selection is made by the Commanding of Lt. Russell.Lieutenant Russell -..- L_ ..

,.. '. .Officer.: : stated that he''fired at the MIGat
This award has been designed almost point blank range.

to make all enlisted personnel Tonkin.What's At the same time' Lt. Russell ::.k

..' aware of the important' task, of was firing Ltjg Patton observed
keeping the barracks clean and another MIG below and rolled to t > '
f'! habitable. In keeping with this put it within his gun sight. Diving -
principle, one man will be 'selected -' i to get behind the jet he was

each month and appropriate inside able to gain additional airspeedand
K.fiM
I'' ,, .. recognition and publicity will be close to the MIG as it climbed -
It' awarded. to avoid Him. Positioned S '
A Simple ,Answer..pg.. 2 directly behind the MIG, Ltjg : :::) :
f' CoMMissiry Store Patton Jet loose with all the 20
Crossword Puzzle.......Pg. 2 mm cannon fire he had. He observed :
direct hits on the air-

.. :; (los.11 Frill, Football Predictions....;.Pg. 3 craft and metal particles break- S
Ad
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ing away from the rear -of the : '
,5; *f The NAS Commissary Store NATTC NARTU........Pg. 4 fuselage. He followed the MIGas ; .
,; will be closed Friday,November it broke for cloud cover and
.;, 11, observance ofVete- Civil Service News -......Pg. 3: as he cleared the clouds he observed ,
;: .'. ran's Day. The Store will reopen the pilot immediately
for business on Saturday, 191 Yrs U.S. Marines..Pg. 67Entertainment..PC. ter ejection in the air with his TlL-
\, November 12, at the usual time. parachute beginning to deploy :
The Commissary Stores at Cecil 9 and his seat falling away from

Field, Mayport, and Glynco him. Subsequent reconnaissance collected
SOME OF THE TOYS AND CLOTHING/ during last
will also be closed on Friday, ossified Ads..............Pg. 9 of the area revealed a chute on
November 11, but will reopenfor the ground which was believed to year's appeal for Christmas relief gifts for needy families in
business as usual on Saturday.: NAS a>orts............ PC. 11.12 be that of the downed MIG pilot. the Jacksonville area. (See Page Two for story)



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EDITORIAL
Answer !. PrevUvt Pwsil
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A Day We Remember CROSSWORD 1911 d 1b9d9d 3d9N

DOWN
I 0 EU0B0BS BEeaa
ROMAN CATHOLICSt.
8 d S 1 i10 N I O
1-Cubic mtttr Potatoes BUS I BBBfcl I

On November 11 we pause a moment at 11 a.m. in recollectionand Edward's Chapeland ll-Punctuatlon 6-Publish 2-Cylindrlcal(slang) '1 b 3 M O M
3-Ttutonic deity d 1 7 I 0
silent mark
prayer.It 4 forlUhal.lean d d I ,
may be a raw cold day, or a day of fleecy clouds and balmy Naval Hospital 13-Crtat outcry -"river"4-Spanish ? 0 b 1 I b 01 '
sunshine. But it always has the same meaning. It's Veterans Day.In : city15Burdensom 5-Vast aces6Addition N ] SGJBUH I bBH.B&JSEBGJQ

the United States this is the day we hold commemorative ser- SUNDAY MASSES 11'Trade union* Ethiopian sign title 1 EJU1
vices at the Tomb of the Unknowns in Arlington National Cemetery.It's Hospital -' - 0630St. (abbr.) 8-Prefix: not9Wamint d' d o t 141
here we honor our dead comrades. Edward's 18.A month (abbr.!>> ) N l b s 15
0900 & 1100 20 Hafts 10-Storift box y,
Chapel - 12-Minor item
21-Girl's 13-Natiye i
DAILY MASSESSt. nickname Egyptian 31-Newly married 39-Heavenly body
22-Port ico 16-lrrrtate women, 40Walk24River
Edward's: island 19-Hold 32.Rent 43-Observe
Monday thru Friday '1130 25-Ston 21-Pa Itemed 33-Make deeper 44-Title of
-' 0900 23-Make amends29Warning 34-Kind of lyric respect47Length
Saturday - 26-lmpose as a device

CONFESSIONSSt. necessary 27-Succor tree 35Harbor37Skid poem (abbr.)measure
accompaniment 28-Evergreen
Edward's : 30-Seesaw 49NegativeDrive
28-Diminish
Saturday -- 1900 2000
29-labor I 2 3/ 3 6 7 8 9 1030Rise
CATECHISM CLASSES end fall .

Chapel Annex Building 722: 0'ocean I II 1 12 :'&, 13
Saturday's 1000 31.Music.1
organization 14 U 16 1132Harbinger

tf .t FIRE WA TCHERS DIVINE SERVICES 18 19 20 21
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A,nl. : PROTESTANTAll 34-Great Lake

It's a day everyone remembers. Those of us now in the service Saints Chapel 35.Baker'product 22 23 536.Femal. 24 25

have our memories as we honor our comrades in arms. We pause SUNDAY'S ruffs 26 27 28
and offer a for those now fighting for our country in far -
prayer 0800 -- -Holy Communlor. .
38-Metal fastener .
off places. It could be that we will be among those rememberednext 0930 & 1100 -Divine Worship 39-Classlfies ;)"c :'x-': :" 29 ; 30 y W.

year.It 41.A state (.bbr.) 31 m 32 33
has been the same since World War 1- Nov. 11,1918, to SUNDAY SCHOOL >'< "'
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Hypothetical -
be exact. That's the day a truce ending that great war was signed. 0930 -.- Chapel Annex face 34 3' : 36 37
Then came our freedom 190 It hasn't changed today. -
years ago. Building 722
Thoroughfares 38 )eX' 39 40 6 "I45Grnk 1
We're still doing it, and we'll keep right on until aggression has letter = QQ9
been stamped from the face of the earth. WEDNESDAY'S 46-Loss 42- 43 44 ;:gg 4": :
We like the form of government that has been our country's ------Choir Rehearsal "Checked -
heritage since Its birth. We want those who come after us to enjoy THURSDAY 50-Chemic., 46 47 48 49

the same blessings. Consequently, we have to fight and sometimesdie 2000 Christian Science Service compound.5 S I
to preserve it. 51.LinC facedownward
Actually, we're just carrying on that 'portion of our heritagemost SECOND MONDAY of Each Month
dear to us. Our fathers, grandfathers, and great grandfathers 0930 Chapel Women's Guild Fir Uu I.hthrlJt4',nlce NaUslm hit.
did it with honor. We are no different. (AFNB) (Small Chapel)


U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
Sunday's - 1000
A Simple AnswerBy ,CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT r. Begins Early For



Ed SowaIn Today-' Christmas Gifts To NeedyThe

the modern twentieth century, we have seen the progress that Choir Practice at 7 p. m. .

man has made in vitually. every field of investigation, ranging from. Sunday-
science to philosophy. Among these advances, there has always Sunday School at 9:30: I p. m. NAS JAX Military Per- the co-ordinator of a similar ':

existed one singular objective, to make things as simple as pos- Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. sonnel Office has again been designated drive being conducted by the Sun-
sible. Every technological advance is geared to make things easier Communion on the first Sundayof as co-ordinator for the day school organization. This
for the housewife. She need only push a button or two and all her the month. collection and distribution food group is also working in conjunction -
work is finished. The only problem that exists is that in this endeavor and gifts to needy civilian and with those mentioned above.
to reduce everything to its most simple components: man CATHOLIC military families in the Jacksonville Anyone who wishes to donate
has devised the most complex apparatuses. Daily- area during the Christmas clothes, toys, or items which can
Today man is no longer able to give a "simple answer" to 11:20 a. m. Mass holidays. The goal for this be repaired, mended, washed or
anything. It may be said that man lives in an age of specification.When Sunday- year's campaign is 65 needy families ironed may bring these to the
anyone Is asked any question today, they invariably reply 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- a number predicted to include Leading Chief's office In Build-
"yes" or "no" but the answer Is followed by the additional reply, fe,sions heard before each Mass. about 350 individuals. ing 955 NAS, or call Chief Edward -
"to a point." It seems that we must always qualify every answer The plan of the committee is Smith, who is in chargeof
that we give. Why? to present each family with a the NAS segment of the driveat
Does a simple answer exist today? Can anyone categoricallyassert Traffic Violations basket of food which would include Extension 245.COPTER .
or deny anything? Perhaps the only "simple answer"that meat, canned goods, and
exists today Is in reference to the two questions just posed. other staples needed for a sub-
The following Is a of CRASHED
No, there Is not a simple answer today to anything, and no one is vehicle accidents report and traf- stantial Christmas dinner. Be-
able categorically assert or deny anything. motor sides food, each person will be
for the Nov. Continued
Modern has reached of which he fic violations period From Page 1
man a point Intelligence at Nov. 7. provided with clothing, and each
is no longer satisfied to accept or deny anything. Modern man 1 through of Accidents child with one/If not moretoys.The LCdr. Lanchoney and LoywereIn
is a questioning being. In the search for truth, man has becomea Number Week--------5 NAS personnel work In the second helicopter awaiting
creature of complexity. Truth should be a simple thing, thus This conjunction with civilian organi- take-off
Total Accident this through at the church clearing at
how can It be attained In a complex world? year zations and individuals. Judge the time of the crash. .
Nov. 7 - - 291
The words of Wallace Stevens in his poem "The Well.Dressed Number of Accidents through Dorcas Drake, of Jacksonville, Cdr. Hicks and Lt. Kochert
Man With A Beard", express the point very well. Stevens Writes: is one of the many sponsors of were taken in serious condition
Nov. 1965- - - -227
"After the final No, there comes a Yes, and upon that Yes the the annual Christmas relief do- to the intensive care ward at the

very world depends." Thus, It is only by qualification that man Total number of days since nations. U.S. Naval HospitalJAX. A team
can strive and hope someday give an unqualified "yes" or "no"to last Injury in''a' motor vehicle Judge Drake provides a Christmas of burn specialists from the

some question. party for over 5,000 needy Brook Army in Fort Sam
accident - - -25 Hospital
I I children downtown. In one of the
Houston, Tex., were flown in to
Number of violations' ,downtown Jacksonville stores, treat the two officers. At 1:30
Chaplains/ Messagesomeone toys and clothing are displayed by a.m. November 7
This Week - -51 1966, Cmdr.
local units of the Girlsof
Campfire
Speeding-' --15 Hicks and Lt. Kochert: were taken
America,who aid in the collec- aboard the
Brook
Reckless Driving- - 2 Hospital plane
"The of man's life be found in
wrote, meaning a may tion and repair of toys.
and rushed the
Going through Stop Sign------5 to Brook Army
what he is willing to suffer for. Other Violations29 Chaplain Dean K. Veltman is Hospital In Texas.
A sailor or. marine knows this. If he doesn't, sooner or later .

he will.: Family separation,' 1 hard,/work' ,boredom, frustration, ben f
are often the visible or Invisible marks a. man bears when he, Twenty drivers appeared
fore the Traffic Hearing Boardat
relegates the C'laimof self to the claim of country. He finds = i

meaning, a: part..of his identity. in' the uniform he wears and' in, 8: the Disposition meeting held of the November case's included "
the does. _
Job'he
He needs a higher loyalty with which, to view his other loyal- the following: Three lost The JAX 't
ties. He needs to confront God's,,-claim on human life and the driving apd parking privileges a- AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise News- r
corresponding questions, "Who am I?" "Why am I here?" Wheream board station for 'ariousperiods; paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
I going?" .' One was assigned to completean Station; Jacksonville, Florida/ By the Holt Publishing .l

God provides needed guidance in His revelation, the Bible.It eight hour course In remedial Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted use in

says that potentially or actually a person is a child of God driving One at received Jax Police Academy the JAX AIR NEWS must fce forwarded *>. the Public
whose task on earth is to love God and His fellow men, and fin- ; suspen- Affairs Office, Box 2, NAS Jacksonville
sions; Two were given warnings; by 12.40 noon
ally to be a sharer in God's eternity.
Seven fined U. on Mon lay oefore publication. News
Invariably, such a perspective Involves suffering. It hurtsto Four dismissed; ( items are welcomed/
S. Commisioner) and Seven referred from all sources- Telephone" EV 9-77M Ext.
8162.
he ,
realize the disparity between what a nvn is and what oughtto
be. It's agonizing to face up to a justification of personal exis- to commanding officersfor Advertisements/ are solicited by the publisher and

tence. It's painful to have conviction and confess that he is a possible disciplinary action. queries concerning such should be directed to:

"pilgrim and stranger on earth who looks for a city whose builder total Twelve of 35 men traffic were points.accessed a The Holt Publishing Company 1950 Blending Blvd.

;" and maker is God." Jacksonville, Florida/ 32210, Telephone/ 387. 4451
r. But just as a man stakes his life en his faith and is willing to
suffer inwardly or bear abuse for his convictions outwardly, so
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also is he willing to suffer for the claim of country. Thus, the uy.U.S.. .... ..:.. NOVEMBER 10, 1966

meaning for. of a man's life is incarnate. in what he is willing to:suffer Bonds Savings -_ ,I




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I': 'If Ya. Ask Us' '" (. f The XO Answers : I

by Cmc/iv/ ,D. C. Taylor/ Executive/ Officer

by Jean Del Torto, Editor/ Last- week you were asked by these surveys indicated their use already underway, includes plans
m a reporter from Afterburner ( or lack of it) did not justify for renovation of the barracks
In last week's Issue The Afterburner as "disproof" of the old belief for opinions how
reintroduced a feature that a military man never volun- on to improvethis continued operaion. aboard this station. As to the indoor -
column which had been teers for anything), Cmdr. D.C. station "Why can't 21"year old E4's swimming pool, we can all
popular This week I have asked for
in the past, but 'which had Taylor, Executive Officer of the equal or below buy package liquor at agree on the desirability of this
been allowed to lapse for some station, has volunteered to supply space to express my interestin the Club?" Pm afraid General idea and: .lament together the omnipresent -
your' comments and to share Order Number 15, signed by the of funding.I .
time. This was the "If Ya HIS answer to the 'If Ya Ask information of which problem
Ask Us' column. you may Secretary of the Navy answers
Us" column, one in whicha not be aware on some of these that, and XO would improve on EM2'? lton's -.
pertinent question is asked by This, we .feel, will assure our any answer your
suggestions you' have for recommendation and
put : could provide would be redund sug-
our roving reporter of persons readers (and interviewees) that ward.
gest that the men of Cecil Field
selected at random about the your suggestions and commentsdo First of all to comment on ant.The problem of improving efficiency put forth their best effort In personal -.
station. fall and -
not on un-hearing uncaring
what seemed to be the most habits and .at
popular in service at the EM appearance
Our re-introduction but will be read and
questionlast ears
recommendation -- since it Club is one that is already under all times and on a continuing
week was: "What changes answered. was suggested by several different consideration. The specific basis. Why limit an effort like
would particularly like Cmdr. Taylor has volunteeredto
you to
individual
interviewees -- this to a month?
answers to this problem remainto
see made that you feel would comment, not only on last that of special buses. Are
most improve conditions at Cecil week's column, but on all per aware that both liberty buses and you be determined. As to remodeling Now as to "eggs to order every
Field?" tinent questions to be featured In shuttle buses have been triedat painting, and otherwise im- morning," weD .
Our interviewees, as mightbe this column in the future. We Cecil Field and proved proving the barracks, a two and
expected, were not short on hope this will provoke a livelier not too successful. Not only were -ha1fmllllondollarprogram., Your XO
suggestions and their comments reaction and interest from you, they, economically unfeasible,
appeared in this space in last our readers, when YOUare cho- they were not'even as popularlyused SAVE MONEY NOW.
week's edition.As sen by our "roving reporter" to
,as your comments would in-
proof that The Afterburnerhas give your' opinion on some ques- 'dicate.At YOUR CAR PAINTED IN BAKED ENAMEL..39SECOMOMY:
distinguished reader(and tion in the future. '
one Cmdr. first the time they were pro DELUXE QUALITY ONLY........ 49J9&
Taylor's "An- ving to be economically "in the
CHIEF 10W.ENTAlES swer", on the subject of lastweek's red," surveys were run on' the PEREZ & SERRANO 8770 7Q3r St.
question, appears on this number of riders using the buses PAINT AND BODY SHOP Phone 777-7255
PISTOL HONORS page. at various hours of operation and

Shooting 2584 out of a possible -'
2700, Chief Aviation Fire ..
Control Technician George
Bowen swept most of the honorsat
a Jacksonville Police Pistol ,.-. <-
Club match Sunday.
Chief Bowen, a former All -
Navy shooter and Coach of the
NAS Cecil Field Rifle and Pistol
Team, captured overall first .' .
place in the .22 caliber event :: : : :, ,

and centerfire master class. '.
These wins enabled Chief Bowento \ '. '
take Grand Aggregate hon- : :
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ors for the match. ;., "
Actually, such shooting is almost .. .'. .
routine to Chief Bowen. On L '. .L .
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several occasions he has shot a :

score of 2600 or better in national .-,... v'' ? ,.
competition. Only IQfy of the. *L,.: ,{ ,$
shooters ever attain this mark .' ; *'

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That time of year when the of- '. .' -.,, fj. .'..
ficers' wives of NAS Cecil Field .;.
find themselves busiest has come r
again. November 18, the date for
their Annual Christmas Bazaaris
scarcely a week away.
Last year the officers' wives ,

';',..' turned sand ,dollars over almost to local three charities thou- -' ,'" .::. !..:ti. :: 'f ftf Ease. ,;. .,' .: ? \'" .. .
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lI
and other worthwhile projects.Do .if: .,.,> and share this ,,, ,. ', ''I
your part ... '" ,. .
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NATTC : NARTU News & Views,
,I JAX HUME!

Behind The SceneBy M/Sflt. Joel Ferguson John H. Uelses, who has held the world pole vaulting record five
EXT. 400 times and the United States record six times, was sworn into the
/ COMBAT CORRESPONDENTSJames CAPT. Carl D. SImonsen, NARTU C.O., Issued the oath of alle-
SKI Phyllis A. Patsch, of the NATTC 1st Lt. Division Joinedthe giance to Uelses during ceremonies at NAS Jax.A .
ranks of gallon donors as she donated her eighth pint of blood W. Hurlbut, one of the graduate of LaSalle College In Philadelphia, Pa., Uelses is
last week. Congratulations I _- .. first Marine combat correspondent originally from Berlin, Germany where he was born July 14,
The honorman from AE"A" Troop 131 of the Boy :Scouts of sergeants to, see action at 1937.
School last week was FrederickC. America, meets every Monday Guadalcanal In World War, II, In 1949 he moved to the United States and settled in Miami,
Coughlln, AA, of class 623. evening at 7:00 p.m. in building was elected present of the Marine Fla. with his parents.
The AE"A"honorclass class 751. All sons of military per- Corps Combat Correspondents While attending Miami Senior High In Florida he became interested -
625. sonnel and Navy civilian employees and Photographers Association in pole vaulting. He joined the National Guard when
AN M.D. McGrath was the 11 years or over, are invitedto ,during Its 21st annual conventionIn still in high school July 1954.
honorman of AO"A" class 639. attend the meetings of this Atlantic City, New Jersey, After graduating from high school in June 1956, Uelses en-
The AO"A" honor class was NATTC sponsored troop. September 30-October 2. tered the University of Alabama.
class 534A. The vice president's post went Desiring to complete his military obligation, he enlisted in
to Louis R. Lowery, the Marine the Marine Corps, May 1958.
Congratulations on your fine Phise-eit Pkesed-ett combat photographer took the As a Marine, be was stationedat
while with the
scholastic: achievements! first photos of the flagraisingat QuantIco, Va., and served as naval aviation
... Va. wherehe
t5 Marines in Quantico, ,
Iwo Jlma. honor guard in Washington,
The Navy has completed its an and
talked with Navy pilots
Robert McNulty and Ray Henri D.C. During these assignmentshe
of
Congratulations to those who ded phase-out enlisted personnel involuntarily which exten-began both from New York city, were traveled to Russia, Japan, made numerous flights as a pas
were advanced to pay grade E-3 named and for senger.
secretary treasurer Africa, Europe and other nationsas
September of last year. Per- with his
as a result of the November Presently residing
the coming year. a representative of the Corps
sonnel extended for
examinations. They were: S.L. were initially Next year's convention,mark- In athletic competition. parents at 26 South West 6th
KoenIg R.B. JohnsonG.F.Sires, four months with graduated step- Ing the 25th anniversary of the Discharged from the Marine Street, In Miami Fla., he will
M. L. Holmes, R.A.Swenson, and down in length of extensions during founding of the combat corres- Corps in.March 1962, Uelses en- enter pre-flight training at NAS
B.C.. Knooihuisen. phaseout period. The pro- In with Pensacola, November 22, 1966
pondent/photographer system tered La Salle College a
*******.* gram affected 70,000 personnel.
the Marine Corps, will be held track scholarship.
in Washington, D.C. on datesto Uelses first had a real desireto
G be announced in the near future. be the best in pole vaulting
Highlight of the Atlantic City when participating In National
You Are Invited to meeting was an address on Viet- AAU meets In New York, where
nam by Major General Keith B. he placed second In his event.In .
McCuth .on, Deputy Chief of January 1962, be set the
7helfarvestof Staff for Air at Marine Head- world record for Indoor jumps
quarters, and former commanderof when he cleared 15 feet 10 3/4
Values Safe the 1st Marine Aircraft WingIn inches at the Washington Evening
Vietnam. Star Games in WashingtonD.C. JOHN H. UELSES
The association also issued a One week later he broke hid
special citation honoring the late own record and was the first man NARTU results from the Au-
Dickey Chapelle, the woman war to ever jump over 16 feet when he gust examinations have arrived
8 FREE TURKEYS. correspondent killed last November vaulted 16 feet 1/4 inch at the New and the following three menwere
while covering Marine battle York Millrose Games. The following advanced October 16: BM2 R.H.
actions in Vietnam. day he again defeated his Grizell, BM2 G. Kenney,and AK2
TO BE GIVEN AWAY SAT. AFTERNOON, NOV. 19TH Now a Marine Reserve colonelon own mark in Boston when he J.A. Valez.
active duty, Hurlbut Is cur- vaulted 16 feet 3/4 inches.In Due to receive their advance-
REGISTRATION STARTS MONDAY AT rently on military leave from pole vaulting world wide ments November 16 are: ADRC
NBC in Chicago to Bran the competition the United States has L.C. Brondurn, ADRC LJ. Fernandez -,
Combat Pictorial at always excelled. Uelses found his ADRC:W.E.HoltonADJC
WESTSIDE VOLKSWAGEN Marine Headquarters. Loweryis biggest competitor during his J.R. Wigle, YNI R. Raines-ADR1,,
Photographic Director of years in nation competition in c. Stackhouse, ATI J.G.' Sweat,
1150 S. LANE AVE. "'PHONE ',787.55? ? Leatherneck magazine in Wash- John Pennel, who also hails from AMH2 R.M.Adam,ADJ2 D.Burk-

C' ington. Miami, Fla. holder, AME2 G.S. Conk, DR2'J.
v 1 -j The two vaulters, traveling r. Duffus, AX2 J.R. Fisher,
gether as members of the U.S. ADR2 E. Fitzsimmons,PR2 T.W.
J Team in competition, contended Gilliam, AK2 C.R. Hubbard, YN2L.
I between themselves during the F. Jacobson, ADR2 G. W.
meets to better the records. Jones, HM2 H.G. Massey, PN2
I Pennel, two years junior to P.B. Mao, ADR2 C.E. Morgan
} Uelses presently holds the AMH2 L. Semones, DT2 J. M.
; world's vaulting record of 17 feet Severe, ADJ3 P.W. Brown,ADR3
6 3/4 inches. H. C. Cowan. AX3 J.G. Halle,
I I .. Uelses became interested In and AZ3 Ralph
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Civil Stroke Insurance Review Sel''lst 87, Cited ATTENTION.ILITAIY

New Slated For An 87-year-old' Army civilian PERSONNELLttUsRtitYtirHMie
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Civil Service Commissionhas return it to the same office for
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physical The tight money market makes
At CIls'Isns announced an "Openseason"far transmittal to the Industrial Re- geographer at the Army's Natlck It difficult to sell hou... mi
all Federal eligible fair At the time
employees lations Department, price same
prior to 4pm (Mass.) Laboratories has been there has been a noticeable Increase
the Federal
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Employees Health Benefits Pro- In the
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NOVEMBER 1 Marine THE, the Corps REVOLUTIONToday United throughout States the 191 Yrs. or U. S. Marines' ;!:': ines.At offensive They carried Guadalcanal conquered out actionof the, in first Guadalcanal 1942 World American Mar-WarII. NOVEMBER 10


world will be celebrating the and moved on to Island-hop, a-
191st anniversary of their es- cross the Pacific. They took

tablishment. Tarawa, Saipan 1 Guam, Tinlan,
Through the years,the Marines Peleliu, Iwo Jima, Okinawa and
1775T have taken part in wars from the ,'( -_ ,-' :" '::: ;:..f,: ., other islands.KO 1966
Revolution, to todays actions in L REA
Vietnam. Marines in Korea
'," .," ".''Wt 1''I'''''*",!'", \: '' { :. t ""'\\t,."'"".'>"It'J't.f''i; ': }""'-ri*i(,rif >it'.{,, After the Revolution, naval activities in every offensive launched participated by )! :, "- "'
-f;; .t< ,\ t 1 : !!' ''if' .' : faded, and with it, the _____ U.S. forces. They were the :t'' *" \ :'!" ,,
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,;: .. Marines faded out of existence.An SERGEANT. front lines continually for 20 e II \'' ', w.,'
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undeclared war between I MAJOR '. months. The last Marine ground '- ; : ,'' \$, "
ctor oinii4 l v. France and our Government 4..,. I troops were withdrawn in March } ': .' .' 'j f"'
proved the need for a strong'Navy _______ tJ1N 187O 1955, and their air units remained Ai fl1ca4; WOk : : \
and a corp of Marines, _________ ,'f"S S flE WARS W1U WC CIVIL in Korea until 1956. .
UNIWW SHOWN WAS WORN r : : ? SHOWS Of rg'p&1T4ENWt4D July :''jj
1tt\rin\ 1$ thus, the Marine Corp was a- 'rn1m" &1 MA.WNIS. woo MADE[ T THE.PtSWT ; ', : ______ ; IPE 5UNNV In July 1958 the Marines landed 1t( MAttNE (0cRC) ( s SRVNG tMR.M\& .
authorized, and has MARCH fROM J' TROPK StHE( ,' 8 5 101679 ''PrOOO89\ -
gain remained ______ M.JiNCS in Lebanon to preserve peace and! -1004U\\ ThIS I 1'YK uMro1. -
tUNA TO TRIPOLI LIBYA V/WWt/ TWSYPtItATID __ YtRE V&S) Ott 1E JO T ThESE f YEARS 5-
In existence ever since. ROU6m ltIt
q Ac ThV POTtCTED 1ERK order. In the fall of 1962 1A2IHtS NTION
N NOVEMBER:: to, 0 I :: During the revolution, the new WA\\ T Tmit f:UC WAT MWAKY T TMC PASHA WATtS.OF IT -, iCMT$ AMO.t.D... they were alerted for possible WITH ADMIRN..S tEWtV HiD SAMPSON..AT
II 1775' CONGRESS; : & 'I Marines raided French establishments :ntm., P2 SHT{ { l t ''PitSli'f ... : action at the Naval Base, Guan- MANLtA SAY ANT> SANTI..hJ: v tE(UBA.
AUTHORIZED, .' : in the West Indies and O'' AI1NON wm CUi fAt1 t) MAHtWItSWOI'D \ L' tanamo Bay, Cuba, during the DURiNG TIlt WAR WIT"" SVIt M.. .MARINES WtES E
rtn.JCAS. OJ ''WICU AiJSt'D\ &'1 1f iJI mE fiRST TO LAND IN ENtMY TETO1T'
AN ORGANIZED' : fought in a number of sea battles. Cuban Missile Crisis.
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,f [StNHA't) MA'R.INt ccws onlct ; GUANTANAMO t\tUM.(, ( .,
CONTINENTAL i 7800's TMiS UNKORM\ CONTINUED 'M USt TWUW : VIETNAMThe ,
MARI CORPS, During the War of 1812, the T TTL{ NIW ORLEANS WWTM > .. Major built 'up of Marine i ,,h ,
TO FIGHT DURING' ; V M) Marines fought under Adm.Perryat '! VJAR OF \16 1.Va. 1. : ,' ____ :: units in Vietnam occured in the 'ib,'/ .
TME(;; REVOLUTION, -:. Lake Erie, and on our prin- ; &' .i it summer of 1965 when the 3rd < ... ,:, <.I.,,.,:." '
"""'--I.J. I J ciple war ships. ..\t .' ,' Marine Division completed its ..5 ';.>:. <., S :
TWE E:: UNIFORM: ftt Marines fought on land at the 'i$4 I move from Okinawa.The "

OWN' 'IS, THAT OF= battles of Bladensburg and New ,, $, I \ United States Marine ., 11'Y 11-
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A PRIVATE:'WORN/ L4 Orleans. They were called on ., '. ..' ; -. S f Corps, over the past 191 years, > ,. .
DURING THE- PERIOD, i in 1824 to help in a riot In a i has earned a reputation of being -
1779? -t'T' 4, L Massachusetts state prison. In I fI "the first to fight for right and _
'\ ., 1832 the Marines fought pirateson ,, freedom.'* 1 .
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;., ; ,_. rl __.__,___ the fall of the Mexican ., just before the outbreak In the 19QO's' the Marines were called upon to help put down the Philippine Insurrection WORLD WAR /II/ are daily enhancing the renown I .';
capital, during the Mexican war, of the civil War. and participated In the defense of Peking's' Legation Quarter during the Boxer Rebellion The war against Japan was the of our corps. In future
SlAVES i-'i' the Marines occupied the Nation- During the Civil War,the Mar- in China. greatest Naval war In history, years, when,today's' battlefieldshave
al Palace "The Halls of Mon- ines fought In t the First Battleof They served as guards for a U.S. diplomatic mission In 1903, and from 1906 to 1908 and the Marines were a of fallen long silent, we shall
I FRED DAVIS tezuma". Bull Run. They saw serviceIn they formed a part of the Army of Occupation (1n Cuban Pacification.From that war from the day part Pearl recall the achievements of our
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captured John Brown at Harper's' Ferry, Va.

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From $511,400, Be//o/r// / Clay/ County's' Finest Ible1 H HONDA 0 N D A ':.'. ,* r; -it4, -- ; ;;: : ; ., ,5S ;' S LIABILITY MILITARYAUTO INSURANCEMONTHLY

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OUTBOARDS Saf. 8 am.6
are cordially Invited to Inspect our homes at your convenience p.m. Meets and Base Requirements
10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Standing Boulevard! (Hwy. #21)) Closed ls i (lllub
I mLwOOOOOOOOOOO9OwJwOOOMONEY Boats-Mot rs- Sundays Robert Travis & Associates.s.IICe. /

I Trailers MOTORSSales'IeSenlce .......... NAS J Js&, t Office N, 0f Gate 6483),Roosevelt Blvd. )3883583
( USNSM ypor&&, ]Jox Beach 1127 N. 'ihird! St.A1A)2466421AbEY ( )
I &CYCLES Shopping for a Used Car?
', the ,smart way to prepay holiday expenses.
IN 1 DAY START HERE '
HWY.17 ORANGE PARK 4949 Blandlng AU you do is open a Christmas Club account

: $ '61 1 FALCON FUT....5'5' for an amount you can most easily afford.
.M 264-9835' ..MMi PH 771-8244
$25 to $600 2 Dr. Air conditioned [ Then you ,save that amount each week

I, ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE .. MOLDS.9S'4 ,. ..... 1S95$' and, when,the club pays off next November,

Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how .* Dr. Air cond., loaded3IUICKE.225..U95 l LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE you r receive'c your Christmas Club check. S

) much you wont. Pick up the cash at your'con Yen. S \\tat MIIsl' "SJNG-A-LONG 63 Be ,eJq.lorn, .. you'll be glad you did. S

t //ence. Some-Joy service. S eat Pi/ 'C at S .4 Dr. H.T., air cond., loaded I 3909 BLAHDIHC/ BLVD.CHAMPAGNE '

i I 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN : to .'\ ..r6J'' Smm" : MMALIBU........1595. i NIGHT
You Get Mo. Pmt. You Get Mo: Pm'' ... 2 2Dr.HT.. R&H. S BAHrJJTTC'Z42'

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219.27 J3.oo. 500.51 29.00 S BESTPIZZAYOUHAVE 5 0LADIES @} MCMBCM rKOKNAh,, DBPOSir' 'INSURANCE''' '' CO*fOm*TIO' M
EVER TASTED WITH 21 VA. MVWSTA.WA6..M5'
286.73 17.00 600.00 3 34.39 R/ETJES/ TO CHOOSE FROM NIGHT $
LIGHT "SOFT' DRINKS FOR THE 5 5.!
FORD
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YOUNGSTERS. CONV...450' EVERY THURS.a
Above Include Interest.DIAL7MP. Across A Adnlilstrrtlfti NAS
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CSa -- MIXED DRINKS FORLADIES
FINISH HERE: HAIR STYLISTS S .Iuik1a. Heirs: S TT,
HALF PRICE '
WWHW' ''IZZA'mll&' & I1 I1ye WESTSIDE ONLY Champagne Monday thru Thursday: 10:00: AM til 3:00: PM "-

j 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 : $IIAAIiII] u PUBIIC house ROOSEVELT MALL DANCING EVERY NIGHT 380 Friday: 9:30: AM til 4:30: PM

r 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 4420 HANDING!$ BLVD. 771-2233 VOLKSWAGEN, INC. ,CASE LOTS AT% cosr+ 10% P.. ExtusUis .S272 8273$ \
S hiJ" S io50 S. Lane Ave. 737.55/7/ 389-6686 plus 2* tax ... tr :
OPEN !!AM ''TIL H1DNIGHT Open. a mm to 8 pm; s.t. 5 DRIVE-IN SERVICE ...

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irk w. 4 y Christmas Gift Tips '
i Two VP
For Men Overseas Squads



NEW YORK CITY, N. Y.
I. (NAVNEWS) This Christmas Have New CO'sVP
,
G f 1 and holiday season will see more
A I than 3,300,000 young Americans

:: wearing The uniform of their .

country with more than officers from here, received
Two past squadron commanding
I; 1,300,000 serving in Of the this Armed orders to USS Okinawa, (LPH-3)). Cdr. J.H. Chapman of Patrol

Y TI ber Forces, some overseas.330,000 U. S. Servicemen num-- Squadron 45, and Cdr. R.M. Deffenbaugh, of Patrol Squadron 18,
were relieved as command officer's of their squadrons in two
will celebrate Christmas and
separate change of command ceremonies )last week, both holding
Chanukah under combat conditions -
orders for the Okinawa.
.
[f" In Vietnam.In
Cdr. J.W. Townes relieved Cdr. Chapman as CO after servingas
GEN. WALLACE M. GREENE, Commandant of the Marine/
the squadrons executive officer since January this year when
t, Corps, (center) accepts an American Heritage Foundation a recent survey conductedby
:'; award made to the Marine Corps for "Outstanding Citizen the USO clubs In Vietnam, he reported here from VP An- sioned the P3A "Orion" Re-
'' visitors unanimously listed more ti-Submarine Warfare Training placement Training Squadron
ship Program" from Robert K. Gray, a Foundation trustee.
Detachment ALFA at NAS Pat-
mail from home as their most Officer on the Staff of Commander -
Gen. Greene also/ received a similar award for his personal wanted holiday gift item. Picturesof Naval Air Forces, U.S. Atlantic uxent River, Md.

support of the citizenship: program. family and sweethearts was Fleet. VP78

second on the list followed by While assigned as maintenance On November 1, Cdr. A.L.
hometown newspapers and cur- officer of VP-21, Cdr. Townesled Zicht relieved Cdr. Deffenbauth>
rent popular magazines and pap- the first flight of SP-24Anti- as CO in change of command
erbacks. Submarine Aircraft into Beirut ceremonies held in the squad
during the Lebanon Crisis to rons hangar. Cdr. Zicht servedas
Other welcome gift items included provide ASW protection for the executive officer of VP-18

small games, small toil- Sixth fleet. In June 1962 as since reporting to the squadronlast
et articles, pen and pencil sets, officer in charge, he commis- February.
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Most popular wallets and other like Items. """' wJ" << I

watch in % of The American fighting man
tooth and home-
still has a sweet
the world made repeat homemade,cakes,
candy, and cookies are a greatly
%of the world Is underwater.In appreciated touch of home. But r '
that world,sklndivers have
t.. made the self.winding Zodiac remember, cookies crumble,and
Sea Wolf their undisputed first any homemade food Item shouldbe
\ choice.Big,luminous,easy-to- carefully wrapped,individually -
read dial.Tested and guaranteedfor In foil and packed In sealedtin
waterproofing and accuracy or metal containers. Last
/ 660 feet underwater.Sweep second
thousands of food
.
hand and movable bezel to tell your year many
/ I time under at a glance.Unbreakable packages arrived in Vietnam
t lifetime mainspring and balance spoiled and,in inedible condition.
r r staff.There's no better watch no
'
r
I better value for active sportsmen. At present there Is no pro- .
f Men's or ladles',black or white dial; gram, nor is one contemplated, CDR. TOWNES CDR. ZICHT
.
Model 1750\
\ty$110
the of De-
whereby Department

Zodiac fense provides a special airliftor .LADIES] NEWS
r: free transportation for donated
"'" till*."<*? IMAmtritM WATCH COMPANY,Ify.N,v,10W5wnweerneryjIc.w. Items. All postage costs must be
# 86
t absorbed by donors. NWCJ
..... .
ro..rnbM+M.I The members of Navy Wives Club Jax 486, held a business

necessity All items, be collected'mailed to mustqf service '..meeting last Wednesday...evening at their, clubhouse. aboard the
Naval Air station.
tem. Air mall should reach servicemen was.1 to as a transferfrom
NWC #119 of Memphis.
in;Vietnam four to six
,
days after It is mailed In the A Nominating Committee was appointed for the coming elec-
I!t tions in January. Mrs. Gregory Lucas will be Chairman with ,
United States. Second, third and
/::
Mrs. B. Muldoon and Mrs. K. Nozzarella as Co-Chairman.
fourth class mail is transported
by surface from San Francisco The members will have ,their
and requies a minimum transit annual cocktail dinner dance at Wagner and Mrs. J. Hagan will
be in of the cocktail hour
time of 40 days. the clubhouse on Nov. 19 commencing charge I
with Mrs. Ray Shafer and Mrs.
at 6:30 Mrs.Rebellion .
tl p.m. '
Michael Grapp' as Chairmen of
-
the dinner. A dance combo will
Wffi7#A. be available later in the evening.At .
Join the Dodge
Wih.! !/ this meeting,members were

'.flM asked to bake and donate cookiesto
'\
withNEW be shipped to the men that are

81A; now serving in Vietnam.

j I1 m;, RA'Y FOWLER i After the meeting, refreshments -
.' :ffffj fjj! ij/lijfjjjfj/ !fi were served by Mrs. Jos-
1//l/i/kt///!!!!/!/!/ / / u.s.N. (R E T., eph Hagan Mrs. William Jadwin
and.Mrs William Koon.
New cars and Trucks at 5% above cost Next meeting will be held Nov.

AND ''';;, thru your Credit Union 16 at 730; p.m. at the clubhouseon

USED CARS is:j;+,. DODGE Enterprise Ave., NAS.
I
AND TRUCKS f .
;
4744 Phillips Highway 398.1181 VP 16


1.;/ ,
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The members of VP16 Enlisted
,
Wives Group held a coffee last

I WOULD YOU BELIEVE Wednesday morning at the Blue-
r. jackets Inn, NAS.
: After the business meeting, a
J.f1 '3" 'it.'': ..''' f ."\ .. fashion show was held on hats,
.. \.'
There'll be no blizzard of bills to contend with next -'!'" .. -..'"Ii";. "' '. :>t, gloves and shoes for the winter

January if you join our Christmas Club now. Experionce season.
the and of cash in.hand Christmas rte. Mrs. Florence Nodlla of Mont-
delights ( savings) ... Ward the
shopping with no worries about where he money will gomery was moderatorand
members of the wives
come from. Open account today! ) group
your served as models.

jj f TT'w After the show, refreshmentswere
For that holiday trip carry 1 servedby Mrs.Lewis Keyes

AMERICAN EXPRESS II Mrs. Kenneth Dixon and Mrs.Otto

', _. .._ LZ'.....oil:....'
TRAVELERS CHEQUES .w. ..
...., f.
Vogel.CanYou
They're safer than cash; you get a prompt refund if

they're lost or stolen-and they are spendable every-

where. Cost: only a penny per dollar. Bellair has em' standing in line TAKE YOLR CAR

WITH YOU ?
Booming & Bustling Bellair Blanding Blvd. for .
rinttif' IIKI, < |J 'liiMjriufrMutf ;
WESTSIDE: : side aid, (Vrrsras. ( all

._ aM :&ELL.A.IR.: : :: DYER M. BURR'
GOVERNMENT
LMIM' in CCS

4328 BLANDING BLVD. At Harlow Blvd. HOME: :aUJLDERS.: IISTC: fINANCE, CURI'ou:111UN and J I

OPEN Fri. until 8 P.M. Member F.D.I.C. You are cordially Invited to Inspect our homes at your convenience IVTERNATICmLSCinilC
10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. #21) INSURANCE C 'IPY
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5615 TlmuquflHQ' Rd. 7710527I

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November 10, 1966 JAX AIR



MoviesMovies .' .' Club SchedulesNAS

:; : : Mv,7v {:ii$:vrxn
at the NAS Jax Theatre.' Ravens". Friday evening enjoy (_a."Aj ''''
be "Redcoats". Sat- fj'
will shown 6 and music by the
regularly at
.............. : .... ;.'- ; ..
,,8:15 p.m., Monday through "O" CLUB: Tonight Is the urday will be the Informal mat- m ll M: : : ::j :j ::1mj: .;1m: :@ 1 ::: ::Mp::: ::::* ::*:::.::
Saturday. In addition to the Marine Corps Birthday Ball. inee dance from 2 p.m. until
two evening shows' there will bea However, the regular Thursday 6 p.m. Then Saturday evening
matinee at 2 p.m. on Satur- night Beefeaters will still be dance to music by "Mel Gaden Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing' .Company,
day, Sundays and holidays. The served from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. and the Lazy Rythm Girls". Sun- 1950Bldndng| Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida, 32210. to arrive'
Hospital Theatre will have one Friday enjoy dancing music by day, is the family dance from not later than Tuesday for publication the following' Thurs
weekly feature at 7 p.m. "Sam Ross" from 8 p.m. until 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. with music day. Adi arriving' too late for this deadline will be published
Cecil Field will have two shows 12 p.m. Saturday Happy Hour by the "Ravens". Then from the following' week unless the publisher Is instructed other-
during the week at 5:30 and 8 from 3:30 p.m. until 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. until 12:45 a.m. enjoy vise.' A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must,
p.m. Matinees will be shownon then dancing music will be pro- music by "March Wilson and be received WITH the copy for the ad.
weekends! at 2 and 5 p.m. vided from 8:30 p.m. until 12:30 the Redcoats" along with the Go
a.m. with music by the "PageFive" Go Girls. Munday music will DO NOT SEND CASH
THURSDAY Nov. 70, 1966 Tuesday is foreign dish be brought by "The LooseEnds"Tuesday RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $2.00
NAS: "BIG TNT SHOW":With night, with India food being the features "Phil Cay and Per additional line ((4' words p.r line). . .oisO
Ray Charles and David McCallum special this week. Wednesdayfrom the Chantels", along with the
((98 min). 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. is the Go Go Girls.
Hospital: "IPCRESS FILE:" regular family chicken night..
With Michael Caine and Nigel "C.P.O. CLUB: Tonight is Specials for this week includesthe REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSUL- NEAR SCHOOLS -MOVE TODAY
Green ( 108 mins) Pizza night? 12" Pizzas for $.90 following: Friday Shrimp TATION advice. 7 days a week. Gorgeous 3 bedrm, 1 1/2 bath &
C. Field: "CINCINNATI KID": Friday music for your dancing and Fish Dinners for $.65. Sat- Homes for sale, $100 Down. kitchen equipped homes. Full
With Steve McQueen and EdwardG. enjoyment will be brought by the urday from 12 p.m. until 7 p.m. Equities, No Qualifying. Rent- year warranty $91 mo, includesall.
Robinson ((101 min) Johnny Arnold "4". Saturday 16 oz. T-Bone Steak along with als. HomeSite Lots Acreage, Nothing down to vets. Min.
FRIDAY/ Nov. ll 1966 enjoy dancing to "Frank Binders the complete dinner for $1.35. Investments. WALTER T.BOWEN FHA down. Salesman on duty 7
Combo". Sunday music will be Sunday from 12 p.m. until 7 p.m. ,, Reg. Broker USN Retired. days week. Drive out & see us
NAS: "McHALESNAVYJOINS brought by MarkCastle. Monday, one-half of a chicken dinner for 384-1376 at Timuquana Heights, 7716200.
THE AIR FORCE": With Joe Tuesday and Wednesday Happy $.65. Wednesday pizza all the \.
Flynn and Tim Conway ( 90 Hour begins at 4:30 p.m. way for half price of $.65. Also APARTMENTS RENTAL: $50
min), "ACEY DUCEY CLUB": Fri- appearing everyday from 11 a.m. Down Homes, Orange Park SINGER TOUCH & SEW, CHAIN
Hospital: "BIG TNT SHOW": day enjoy music by "The Holi until 1 p.m. are the GoGo Girls. Realty $64-2411. Stitches, no bobbin to wind. 5
With Ray Charles and David Mc days"" Saturday, dance to music HAS CECIL mo. old In 4 drawer walnut desk.
Callum ( 98 min) by "Johnny Arnold". Sunday EM CLUB Thursday is Game Original price $500. Balance
C. Field: "HARUM SCARUM:" "Charlie Jay" will provide the Night and a special Ribeye Steak TALO'S POODLE SALON 771- $175 cash or $10 mo. Call 384-
With Elvis Presely and Mary Ann music for your dancing and listening for $.75. Friday the Rhythm 7272 Pick up and delivery. 1312.
Mobley. enjoyment. Tuesday is Kings will entertain also a Sur- Grooming Tuesday thru Sunday.

SATURDAY( .- Nov. 12, 1966 game night which begins at 7:30 prise Happy Hour will be held..
Sunday Phil Kay and the "Go CHOICE HOMES SALES
NAS: "WHEELER DEALER": p.m."BLUEJACKETS INN": To- Go" Girls will be here. Monday TEMPORARY HELP: STENOS, AND RENTALS $50 to $100
With James Garner and Lee Re- night "The Crescendo"will bring Happy Hour from 5 to 6 p.m. Typists, Key punch operators, dwn. Immed. occ. DUKE
mick ((106 min) the entertainment. Friday will Tuesday, Happy Hour once from for temporary assignments as LOSTUMBO, BRK. 771-0374
Hospital: "McHALES NAVY feature a special matinee Veterans 5 to 6 p.m. Wednesday Mel Gaden you are available. TEMPORARY:
JOINS THE AIR FORCE:With Joe Day Dance from 2 p.m. until will be featured. A surprise TALENT 1130 ACL BLDG.356- SYMBRA BRASSIERE CON-
Flynn and Tim Conway ( 90 min) 6 p.m. with music by "The Happy Hour will be held. 0753. SULTANT Improves the average -
bust 28AA 52M cup
C. Field: "IPCRESS FILE": t SINGER AUTOMATIC CONSOLE Phone 2646906.
With Michael Caine and Nigel 1/) .. .. ) Model sewing machine zig zags,
Green ((108 min) 1-. : : blind stitches, buttonholes, SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein
Nov. \. I tJuID. decorates etc. Original price Jacksonville and Mayport
13
SUNDAY 1966 .JIV. .
.1'
\ $300. Has balance $69. or reliable areas. Military backgroundwould
NAS: '"BATMAN" : With Adam party can assume $8. be helpful. A very rewarding -
West and Bun Ward ( 105 monthly payments. WILL TAKE career possible for the
min) OLDER MACHINE AS PART Right Man. Write to the Regional -
Hospital: "WHEELER DEAL- .rtlifJ" PAYMENT., Phone CREDIT Director, P.O. Box 13177, Orlando -
ER:" With James Garner and >1GR.,Jacksonville 353-1946. ,Wllldeliver ,,Fla-: 32809., f ,
Lee Remick (106 min) t1 No obligation.
C. Field: "BIG TNT SHOW": STARBELLE BOARDING.KENNEL -
With Ray Charles and Nigel Green ) 62 FORD GALAXY SUNLINER Bathing,grooming,train-
((108 min) Std. trans., 6-cyl. R& H, WSW, ing, See us first. 725-9882.
Daytona Blue, white top. Phone
Nov. 1966
MONDAY 14
771-9790, ask for '"Winkle",
NAS: "LADY"L":With Sophia VA-66. ORTEGA HILLS. Will mind child
Loren and Paul Newman and t or children.. $.75 per hour.
David Niven ((107 min ) CREDIT UNION REPOS- 384-1497.{ J,

Hospital: "BATMAN": With !. '. .. A SESSIONS: .
Adam West and Burt Ward ((105 65 MUSTANG 2 DR. R & H,
SACRIFICE 1962 KARMAN-
min) auto. trans. 13,000 miles. .$1850.
one. Field "McHALES NAVY 65 CORSA CONV., R & H., 4-, GHIA Excel cond. ,Seat belts,
: r =
For R & H, Phone 264 ; 2903. (
No Extra Charge one
JOINS THE AIR FORCE: With speed trans. New tires $1750.
Joe Flynn and Tim Conway ((90 65 CORVAIR 4-DR. .SPORT owner)
"
min) Sedan, stick shift,'heater, $1450.,

.- Nov. J5, 1966 I LIFE INSURANCE 64 FORD GALAXY "500" TWO- FOR SALE: 59 OLDS Convert.
TUESDAY Door hardtop, needs some work.
overhauled, Musts
TO STUFF A 1 'r1ri $1250 as is. Engine newly
ll in 'week T. J. Cum-
,
WILD BIKINI:" With Annette 18 FT. 1957 CORRECT CRAFT. one '
Funicello and Dwayne L. Hick- Based On the Amount ; Sport Skier, 70hp.. inboard, re- mings Ext. 309.
i
man ( 95 min) r fishised deck $650.
Hospital: "LADY "L": With ri PHONE NAS JAX EXT. 8507. GOOD OPPORTUNITY FOR AMbitious -
Sophia Loren, Paul Newman and aggressive salesman
David Niven.C. You Save APARTMENT FOR RENT-2 BR, willing to work for the future.
Field: "WHEELER DEAL- Completely furn., Orange Park. Age 30-40, call Mr. McKnight,
ER": With James Garner Lee Will rent to TAD Pers. or 3540111.
Remick, and Phil Harris ( 114 I I Borrow. r: bachelors. 264-6884

min << FOR SALE: 1965 TR-4.; 'ONE)
WEDNESDAY Nov. 16 7966 EFFICIENCY APT. FURNISHEDall Mlchellin-X
Owner. tires, syn-
NAS: "MODESTY BLAISE": 5.%;" J I'i( Every Insurable member y; utilities, 4339 Timaquana chromesh gears.Excellent Cond.
: ,Road, 388-9725: Sat & Sun. Call 264-2964, 398-7711,
or .
.
With Terrence Stamp and Dick l gets the life Insurance :
Bogarde ((112 min) ::::::;: ( 4 L! I L without extra cost. Up ;ti weekdays after 5:30 P.M. ext. 8284.

Hospital: "HOW TO STUFF A I L to $2000 on the amount r.
WILD BIKINI:" With Annette : \\ you save. Up to $5000 of
Funicello and Dwayne L. Hick- .-- the amount borrow r::
:: you f THERE IS A
man ((95 min) I Coverage Is automatic" rf::
Cecil Field: "BATMAN":
The credit union all c
Ward :: pays '
With Adam West and Burt H the premiums. plcI -
((105 min) -


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rf Tel. 384-4121 or Tel.SP.I.32IIor ::
Base Ext. 8507 Base Ext. 205 rr LUNCHEON SPECIALS

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I ... CF Volleyball Turn Tikts ,Honors Football Predictions
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The NAS Cecil Field Raiders favored Sarasota and St. Peters-
came out on top in the Fifth An burg teams. '
GAME STAFF CORBIN FELLERS PH's ARD HOLT

nual Invitational held at Volleyball Orlando Tournament last- respect The Raiders and recognition have earned 1 in high the I (45 ... 32') X41.30)) (35.. 42))_ (47.. 30)) (32.15)) ((39.. 18))

Saturday. AMH1 Buck Wurtster Southeastern area for their fine 1, SMU at Arkansas Arlc.. SMU Arlc. Ark..' Atk. Arlc.
(VA-144)) was selected as the sportsmanship and professionaltype -'
Outstanding Player of the Tour- volleyball performances.Their .
nament. next tournament will be 2. Clemson/ at Maryland Clem./ Clem. Clem. Clem. Clem. Clem.

played December 3, West
on at
Cecil Field wrapped up first Georgia College in Carrollton 3. Dartmouth at Cornell Dort Dart" Dart. Dart Dart Dart.
,place by trouncing the highly Ga.

A,. 4. Fla. St. at Syracuse 510. Syra. FSU Syra. SYla FSUS.
"
Tulane at Fla. F;;;.' : 'Fla. "Fi Fla.: ,' Fla. Fla.
loj
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\ 6. Miss: at Tenn. Tenn. :'Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn.

-1E: 7. Missouri at Olcla. Olcla. Olcla. M/ssour/ Miss. ': Olcla. Olcla.


8. Navy at Vanderbilt Van. Navy Navy Navy Navy Navy


9.N. Car; St. at Miss. N. Car.', N. Car. N. .Car. S. Miss N. Car.,',' 'N. Car. ,


I'"ffll' 10. Brigham Young at. Utah Utah Utah Utah Utah Brig Y. Utah

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Ii' .1 __IIIIIIIIII.., ..""IIIIII" __ I Raiders B-Ballers Take TwoThe Reserved Seatby

Cecil Field "Raiders" honors as high! point-man. John Moore
boosted their! seasonal record to Saturday afternoon Cecil con-
seven wins six losses as they tinued their winning ways as they The Cecil Field Raiders will
took two from Sanford's basket- once again topped the sailors from lose their best bus driver this
ballers over the weekend.Friday Sanford. Jim Marshall put on a month when Jimmy Marshall
f fJ night the Raiders paced by Floyd shootingexhibitionas: sank 30 leaves for Roosevelt Roads. It
I fJ < Catlett with 24 and Jim Marshall points in the Raiders 70-64 is a long drive to Tampa and who-
with 22, downed the "Sanflys" victory. Coleman was once more ever has tb drive in his stead
/' 93 85. Jim Coleman led high man with 26 points, for San- will be especially sorry to see
Sanford with 25 to take game ford. him go. In addition to his bus
nnft Ift" Uti:' driving duties Marshall will
I vile company aiuiic-m v Would You Believe. be missed for his 20 'points a
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IJ mentioned Marshall particular -

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deserves our appreciation for his
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(, ; 88 years of service to you. One i. 01 'INSURANCE deserve sons; but the there same are appreciation.In others who.

;cc;. company alone-HFC-is the oldest fact the whole team has self- :
AGENCY
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J :r recommends "Never Borrow Money. so very successfully. :'. '
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sensible answer to your situation,
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joining a team in this league may 8682)).

state senior and age Team Won Lost
group records were set at the Operations Analysis 19 8 Control Div.-Supply 14 13
.,Ki.4 Naval Air Station indoor pool Planning 17 10 Engineering 13 14
4 Saturday morning during the firstof A/C Instruments 16 11 Machinists I 12 15
12 Winter Development Swim Power Plant I 16 11 Production Control 11 16
Meets sponsored by NAS to advance Production Planning 16 11 Test Cells 11 16
rV- the sport of swimming in Public Works 15 12 T58 Shop 10 7
Florida Power Plant II 14 13 A/C Preservation 9.5 17.5
Process Division 14 13 Machinists II 8.5 18.5

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JAX football tournament, VAP 62 /had/ reason to grin/ after a Good Shepherd as some of the
26.8 thumping of FAETU. They played In the AIRLANT tour. principal swimmers in the state Ladles Night Every Thurs.
competed. Other meets sche-
nament as HAS Jax representatives.
duled include age group meets One Get One Your favorite )
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The 18 hole golf playoffs started 3,January,February4, March
VAP-62 on strength of a 28-6 Tuesday between the top two 11 and April 8. THE SWINGING/ DOOR
win over FAETU,in the finalsof finishers of each league.l..rfcil Meet Summary: : OPEN WEDNESDAY FRIDAY and
the COMFAIRJAX Tourney was
100 Yd. Free ( Girls): Mary
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selected to play
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tishall, GSSC, 102.1; Donna
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"A" 6 2 ing, NJST, 105.5.
Both teams gained the finals VAP-62 Hospital 5.5 2.5 100 Yd. Free ( Boys): J. Law- LII very Friday Night
by merit of semifinal wins;VA- VP-7 5 3 ler,GSST, 56.4; Marshall,
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The Rigging4'By Home Cage Opener Friday IntramuralsNATIONAL LEAGUE


Rebounding from a 30-24 halftime deficit, the Jax Navy Flier F..tb.ll
Lt. P. E. ThibodeauNow basketball team stormed back the second half to tally a 65-61
win in the season opener played at Cocoa Beach's Patrick Air Won Lost
that the Navy Day Re- place during the next couple of Force Base last Friday. 636/37/38/39 AE"A" 5 1
is t history,things months. This is not final, of MARINE AE #1 5 1
gatta past seemto
have slowed down a bit around course, and the latest hot dopeis James Owens (right forward) gym Friday and Saturday nights. MARINE AO #1 4 3
the old clubhouse. One benefitof posted on the bulletin boardat did his part in adding fuel to what Friday night's initial encounter Class 628/9 AE"A" 3 3
the clubhouse. had been an ineffective Flier fire begins at 8 p.m. Saturday, the
the regatta has been an MFC ###2 24
RACES when he scored 21 points;the maJority two teams take the court one hour 5
increased interest in new mem- 20 Nov. NJSC, all classes coming in the second half. later, 8 p.m.Annapolis. Class 626 AO"A" 1
5
berships. In the past week we 26/27 Nov. Thanksgiving Regatta Leading all others, Owens had 14 Class 625 AE"A" ,* >
have had about a dozen lads at
( Davis Island YC) field goals and seven charity
into the
the club inquiring
4 Dec. NJSC, NJSC classes tosses. Md. -- What a difference -
mechanics. of Joining the club. 11 Dec. NJSC, Tri Club Sail- Underscoring the win wa *the a year makes! On Octo- AMERICAN LEAGUE
At the past meeting, several fact the locals had total of
off a only ber 16, 1965, Pitt coach Dave
new projects were mentioned, (No Date Set) FYC Gator Bowl nine team fouls. Collectively, Han was on he press box phones MAD #1 6 0
which will be taken up by the Regatta from the line the Fliers made coordinating the Navy defensesin Class 626 AE"A" 5 1
Board of Governors and the Plan- EVENTS 15 of 26 free throws for a 57.6 the Midshipmen's 12-0 victory Class 630B AEMA" 3 3fn34

ning Committee. These pro- 7 Nov. Planning Committee Mtg. percentage. over the Panthers in WashingtonD.C. AE' A11 3. 3
jects, in order of priority; are: ******** AE"A" 2 4
14 Nov. Board of Governors Mtg. Stadium. Han coached 630A .
a new club house Sail/Sun, replacementboats 6 Dec., NJSC Membership Mtg. Twenty four hours later; same the Navy defensive backs a year MFC#1 24

establishment for the of a Fish Junior ar.the' ( Election Night) place, same teams:Charles Bry- ago. Against Pitt, they accoun- 631 AE"A"; 0 6
3 son, a right guard who towersa for
been Jan. NJSC Membership Mtg. ted two pass interceptions.
Fleet. The first two have
conservative six feet
times in the SALTY SEZ -This past Spring providedthe
hashed over many
''.\). punch by scoring '39 as the
several o yer club officers spenta
past and the Planning Committeehas
Fliers notched their second
nearly all the facts it needsto good deal o time makin' upa
straight win at the expense of
Constitution
NJSC an ByLaws
make recommendations. The
Patrick AFB 77-67.
last potential project, that of a ter provide fer the smooth op- ,
Again, the home-counRockets
o' the club. Some 0'ye
peratlon
Junior Fleet will bear some extensive held the halftime advantage, this
research to get it un- new swabs might do well ter however somewhat
time by a
derway. It was fostered by the pick up a copy and take a sound-! slimmer 35-31 margin.
appearance, at the regatta, of the In' on zactly what the over all be Christmas
Bryson may a
picture of our club Is. Copies
FYC Prams and Pelicans. It certainly month and half early
a
present a ;
would be a wonh while these are available at ye club-
of the
for the last
couple seasons
house. By knowin what our intended -
If members have
project. any any basketballers have been hurt by
goals are, ye can contri-
offensive
not having consistent
ideas on this, please submit them bute more effectively to yer club. the
punch at guard position.
to ,me. Also, any members who Fer example this past Navy knock
Evidently deciding not to
Day Regatta met all the articlesset
might be interested in helpingout
thing,the Fliers
a good duplicatedthe
forth under! the Objectivesand
with the are invited -
program first and again hit 15 of
game
Policies ( Art. III and IV)
to contact any of the Plan-
26 from the charity line.
of the Constitution and as a result -
ning Board members ( Phil Thi- The Fliers enter their second
made a real favorable im-
bodeau, Burt ShepherdBill
In-
weekend of Florida/Georgia
Lou Caron. pression of the Navy on the par-
terservice League play by entertaining
ticipants. This Is oneof the things
Notice was served at the last
Orlando AFB here In the
meeting more than that the any two member months who in is we, as a club are striving for. You get a lot l of '

arrears on his/her duties allowed ., '
by the constitution, will be put holiday'happiness "
on the club's inactive role or ."
dropped if they do not correct VISIT
the deficiency ASAP.Notices will free, with every loan
be sent to these members by the _

Secretary.Dan Jackson. is heading up the CLAUDE I NOLAN from C. I.T.:

nomination committee to plan a
slate of officers for the upcoming
semi annual club elections. ,
The slate will be presented at CADILLAC& PQNTIAC Need a holiday loan? Then expect to get your money

,ey the December meeting December '.. JVIAIN"AT..Q. NGE" fast when you come to Universal C.I.T. Reason? C.I.T. '

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be at the meeting; these people purpose. Come in and see us. But one word of

will. be the ones who will be PHONE EL '3-3922 caution:don't expect to leave our office so quickly that
running our club activities for the
next six months. you won't have time for a friendly holiday wish. (If you

As a matter of interest to all :are really in a big hurry, please call out a cheery greet.

hands, the following is a sche- ing as_you run out the door.)
dule of events which will be taking



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