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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: November 17, 1966
Frequency: weekly
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
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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 constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.

VOL. 24 NO. 34 U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA NOVEMBER 17, 1966


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ITTT: New Medal New Military Pay Raise .



\t RA .3 For Vietnam Possible In January '67 .


\ CombatantsThe When Congress goes into session January 10 military pay is ','
certain to be the subject of discussion.
According to Navy Times the Defense Department is working on

ground rules are set for its quadrennial compensation study, required by the 1965 militarypay
getting and wearing the Republic law. Even if the review of military compensation isn't completed
of Vietnam campaign medal and in time for 1967 congressional action, there is likely to
device. Be at1 least a small pay raise next year ( perhaps between three and
four percent), with major changes in the pay system coming in
The medal is separate from the -1968--- -and-- later.
previously authorized Viet- Pentagon statistics show that,
namese decorations and is auth- taking into account ''basic pay,
orized and issued by the Republicof Holiday ,Leave(,. quarters pay, and subsistence
Vietnam for members of the allowances, the military man's
Kx U. S. Armed Forces supporting pay grew by 3.9 percent over the
operations in Vietnam. Schedule Set five year period from 1960 '- 65.
Pay increases vary by grade
According to Navy Times,persons and length of service, and military -
\.un. re. u. f\unr\i.c, HASExecutive Officer, presented four eligible for the award are For NASThe men got' no pay raise at all
chief petty officers with certificates for advancement to E-8, servicemen wounded or injured in between 1958 and 1959. The 3.9

and two for advancement to E 9, in ceremonies held yester. hostile action; captured by opponents percent figure does not include
day during action or in the Holiday leave policy for the improvements in retired pay and
lines of duty, ,but later rescuedor Christmas and NewYear'sholiday does, not include the 3.2 percent
released; killed in action or period has,been established.Two active duty raise this year, nor
in line of duty, and for servingsix leave periods have been an- the expansion in medicare bene-
Cookies For Vietnam months in Vietnam or six nounced: First,December 14 to
'
December 281, and Second, 29 fits.Defense
months outside tic country but in is committed to tell
Christmas time is one of yule- and ship was the order of the day. direct combat support. December to 12 January. If any Congress in March whether a
Their eventual destination is the personnel desire leave for a small annual
logs Christmas trees, gifts, and adjustment in military -
fancy foods. Any other time plain Chaplains in Da Nang, and the The award will be issued by period which exceeds'either' of pay is needed.At .
: old battle,rats and plain old chow goodies are for distribution to the Vietnamese government the established periods for any rate there will be no
are .more than enough for the U. S. Navy and Marines in evacuation through, the commander, U. S. special reasons, such as great raise for the civilian workers

L t ........ !United ,States servicemen fighting hospitals. Military Assistance Command, travel distance, ,requests will without a, comparable increasefor
overseas.yBut-nottat-Qhristmas,- ;-+Tte-Industrious wives packed( ,Vietnam. Certification of, eligibility" be considered onan Individual" the, military. If there is a
*.and,not in Da Nang.- % cookies d -candles" amid 'popcorn ; lsvby'service record entry'sfor ;I tbasis.: M'However'," $ -,requests military pay raise .,it will be the .
The wives of AEWRON FOUR and Easter Grass.,,,Once the, enlisted personnerahdT>y"official .approved must be' Considered ,fifth, consecutive year such a
parcels were wrapped, they tot- letter,for officers. in the '50 percent leave raise has been approved.: -
officers know this, and they
than pounds.For maximum specified in the following -
aled more seventy
care. They care enough,and Monday soldiers and sailors The award is issued free as a paragraph.
.:.: November 11 they turned the this Christmas some things may notbe ribbon bar with date device. The Department heads shall ensure OutpatientBenefits
AEWRON FOUR wardroom into a ribbon will be active the
;. much better in Da Nang, but they given to following:
miniature supply depot. will be spicier thanks to the duty sailors and Marines still a. That not more than 50 percent

Yuletide bundles to pack,wrap, AEWRON FOUR wives. in Vietnam, and will also be sup- of their ,military personnelare
., plied to next of kin of eligible granted leave at anyone time.b. .

," \"'t't -,., casualties. Active duty personnelwho That a balanced capability
.: are no longer Vietnam will for continuity of essential func-
ji1J-! be issued the ribbon upon application tions is maintained, including
I .. to the Chief of Naval watch, and duty section require- ExplainedThe
fit : s
1 JI E Personnel or the Commandant ments.c. .
I of the Marine Corps. That turn-over of duties at
the start of each leave
.. periodis
The Vietnamese ribbon bar is new outpatient bene-
.fJ. done with deliberation and
. srwI not the same size as ribbon bars fits which became effective
!-t.,4: worn on U S. Uniforms. Men thoroughness.Leave October 1, have been explainedby
for both
I will have to buy the medal Itself requests the Joint Service Regulationsjust
11h and its miniature attheNavy periods are to be submitted not issued 'by the Services --
later than Friday November 25
Exchange or uniform shops. Pur- : including reimbursements for
1966. Enlisted personnel are to
chasers must show eligibility in some overpayments.Reimbursements .
submit their requests to the Military -
order to purchase this medal.
; Personnel Office,building regulationssay
The cost of the ribbon bar and 955 and Officers to Officer Per- when a payment is made
device at exchanges is about 15 sonnel Branch, Room 237 Build- which, together with previous
l lt + cents, the large medal$3.10,and ing 1. This early submission of payments, exceeds thedeductiblefor
h r S&I the minature medal $2.50. leave requests is essential for the fiscal year, the patient
timely preparation of watch lists. should submit a claim for reimbursement -
";,. Wearing the award is optional, Further information concern- ,' including the receipted -
but if worn it must be in accordance ing leave requests may be obtained bills. The deductible features -
with Navy and Marine re- from NAS JACKSONVII are computed on a one year
i Y ; 6t gulations. Notice 1050, November 10 1966. basis, but the law describes a
it. year in the' fiscal sense from
July 1 to June 30. There is a
ThanksgivingDhtMrAfNAS $50 a year deductible feature per
t.t: : Wfiaf's !dkrs ,, ; person and $100 deductible for a

family. After the deductible
t' i feature is used up you pay 20
. Enlisted personnel and their Inside percent of the remaining costs.

F guests are invited to have
1 Thanksgiving Day Dinner in the According to Navy Times, the

...' General Mess. Charges will be as regulations warns that except for
I, follows: Enlisted personnel What/ Is A Hero?. .Page 2 the deductible and the 20 per-
cent of outpatient charges over-
drawing commuted rations $ .50
't'- dependent children under twelve Crossword Puzzle. .Page 2 the deductible the patient should

,, years of age $ .65; other dependent not pay the doctor pharmacist
i guests $1.15. Holiday Civil 'Service Hews. Page 5 directly.

: meal tickets will be sold daily v4 : i Names and addresses of all the
, 11 1:30 in Building Colt Toom.Pg6-7 -I
a.m. to p.m. Dependents fiscal agents for payment of out-
725, Monday thrugh Fri patient charges are given in the
, \,. day. Entertainment Page 9 new regulations. In addition it
For planning purposes; please spells out the rules for the rou-
make your reservations prior to Classified Ads Page 9 tine physical examinations and
" November 22 for ThanksgivingDinner immunizations, provided only
by calling Ext. 456. Football Predictions. .Page 10 when required by wives and child-

Meal hours for Thanksgiving ren who ,are under orders to
Day will be 7 a.m. to 9: a.m. HAS Cecil/ Sports. .Page 10 NEW COMMUNICATIONS BUILDING construction Is going perform travel outside the United
for breakfast and 1:30 p.m.to rapidly. The new center, which Is being constructed behind the States as a result of a members
5p.m. FOR DINNER. NAS Jax Sports. .Page 11-12 Admin Building, Is scheduled/ for completion In 1967. duty assignment. ,




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\ f EDITORIAL U- Answer to Prevtov Pwsile


What Is A Hero? I I : CROSSWORD PUZZLE ,race 3NS3 ;" 10 I

ACROSS 3 Disprove i'V If I 3 N 0'I V t I a
ROMAN CATHOLICSt. 4-At that time Q ad' 1 v l a i 'V iI<41.21,
by Ed Sowa Through Pronoun ..w 'V 9.q l a d 'V T
of his fellow Edward's Chapeland Pronoun 6-Teutonic! a..1 1 IS. A M 5 I / 'fI 'ZI d I
Since his beginning, man has always placed one Existed deity
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'fI. 1. S.l I I a 0 :) I
beings forward as a model for emulation. This man has been Beverage. 7 Armed-long for a ti ;_ w
called a hero.Millions NovaHospital/ 12 13.At Partner this place conflict .5 \I'' d. 'l1 0 as\'
of years have passed since the first hero was acknow- 15Disagree17Ventilate 9-Man's I,.. b :3 I A J. n 0
ledged, yet man has retained this admiration of his fellow man, SUNDAY MASSES nickname 'If1 ..Lv. b b J 1 N If n.- -
and heroes continue to be named and acknowledged.There Hospital - - 0630St. 19-Diphthonc 14-Pefiod 10-Writing of tablet time :I V.1I: l.IV 11:1: 3 d I a
20-Vase
Is one basic question that exists regarding heroes, namely Edward'sChapel 21-Be mistaken 16-Cook in fat .A "1 .I t13. H .-3 1 b
"What constitutes a hero?" Perhaps one of the best ways to ana- - 0900 & 1100 22lndonesiantribesman 18-Prefix: not S N -

lyze the makeup of a hero is to die particular examples, and to Respect 21Wipingout22Roman bronze
examine their accomplishments and qualities. DAILY MASSESSt. 25-Sea eagle" 23Obstruct24Employ 34-Brood of 43-Roman gods

During the Homeric period, a hero was a' man who possessed Edward's: 26Beverage27Peer of pheasants35Headgear 44Merrlment46Everyone
25-Perlod time
superhuman strength, courage, and ability. Men such as Hercules Monday thru Friday 1130 Gynt'smother 2 -Evil 37-Clear '47-Girl's name
.
Ulysses and Atlas were considered to heroes. They Saturday - 0900 Anglo-Saxon 28Ancient29Foot 38-Walk wearily39Wireless 48Before49Man's

usually accomplished deeds of incredible valor, and were considered CATECHISM CLASSES 29.o.ncII.p money 31-Timid!Ike part 40-Move sidewise41Capuchin -Three-toed nickname

to be above their fellow men. They were almost. Godlikein Chapel Annex Building 722: 30Pronoun31Segregated 32-Pigpen sloth
nature or at least were considered as such. Saturday's 1000 in 33-Consume monkey 53-Bone

During the middle ages heroes were the knights in shining 33-Printer's. groups
armor who slaved dragons and rescued fair maidens in distress. DIVINE/ SERVICES measure I 2.3 4 S 4) 8 9 10

These men were human !but still were considered to be above PROTESTANT 35-Edible fish
36Possesslvepronoun II 12 13 14'
the average man. All Saints Chapel
37-Sct I 1S 16 17 I8 19
SUNDAY'S 38-Supplicate
1 0800 -- -Holy Communion 40-Vessel's curved 20 21 22
0930.& 1100 Divine Worship planking
41-locatton 23 24 as 26
SUNDAY SOIOOL093l' 42-Once track around
27 28 29
\W A - Chapel Annex 43Excavate44School of

Building 322 whales 31 32 3 34


::: WEDNESDAY'S'1900Choir Rehearsal 46-Succor 49-Hypothetical force 35-. : 36 = 37 -

47-Wing-footed 38 39 40 4)
THURSDAY 50-Face of watch
52-Solrtary 42 43 44
2000 Christian Science Service 54-Man's name

SECOND MONDAY of Each Month 55Lubrlcate56Slave' 4' 46 47 48 49

0930 Chapel Women's Guild 57-Lair
SO SI] 5T53 54
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U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL 1Cushion2Man's
name by United Feature Syndicate, Inc.
Sunday's - 1000 > 29


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More recent history finds man acknowledging: heroes as any- Today- .Editors' Apslgr

one who accomplishes some extraordinary task. There are the Choir Practice at 7 p. m.
war heroes, who usually save the lives of their fellow comba- Sunday, The editors of JAX AIR NEWS Special TV

tants or accomplish some deed of valor relating to the successof Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. wish to apologize for an error
a campaign. There are the western heroes who "right all the Chapel Service at.10:30 a.m. made in last week's edition

wrongs",. place the villain in fail, and usually marry the rich Communion on the first Sunday! ((;November 10, 1966)). ReminderOn
rancher's There the James Bond heroes'who thrillus of the month. .
daughter. are ''In,a. storY concerning a helicopter -
with their'daring escapades' intrigue and .
suspense.All mishap, JAX AIR NEWS November 22
of these heroic worthy of admiration and Tuesday, ,
prototypes are CATHOLIC carried pictures of the two officers beginning 7:00
acclaim there is another of hero which is seldom Daily- at p.m.,
yet type recognized who were injured in the WFGA-TV (Channel will I
12))
yet is just as worthy if not more so, of our esteem. This 11:20 a. m. Mass crash the caption beneath one thirty-minute doc-
present a
hero is the common man. Sunday- of
the pictures read "Lt. Gray"whereas of interest
The heroic common man Is the one who performs his every- 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confusions it should have read "Lt. umentary all special and
day tasks to the best of his ability. He has pride in his accomplishments heard before each Mass. Kochert. to military personnel

yet constantly strives to be better than before. He is the Again, our sincerest apologiesfor dependents in the greater j

man who does not give up. The dragons that he slays are tedium this error.Christmas. Jacksonville area. The spe-
and complacency. He is like all heroes in so far as he accomplishes Traffic Violations cial program, entitled,
"THE ROOSEVELT ON
the mammoth task of doing what has to be done.
Why is it that this type of hero seldom receives acclaim? Manyof Drive"Everything YANKEE STATION" will
these heroes are taken for granted. The world regards such The following is a report of trace the activities of the

people as ordinary nothing special, thus they seldom take notice. motor vehicle accidents and traf- Doing W.II Mayport-based carrier USS
The irony of this situation Is that such heroes are not that or- fic violations for the period Nov. Franklin D. Roosevelt with

dinary. There are, in reality very few of these unsung heroes. 8 thru Nov. 14. Carrier Air Wing ONE a-
Is going extremely -
Most men fall to the dragons of tedium and complacency and Number of Accidents: board, from Its preparationfor
well, and we are getting tremendous -
seldom what should be Thisweek - -5 the current Vietnam de-
regard they are doing, or doing with any from civilian
merit Man tends lose In thus how support ployment at Mayport,
or pride. to pride himself Total Accident this through
year as well as Navy personnel. This
through the crossing of the
can he to receive acclaim?
expect Nov. 14 - --296 Relief
year's Christmas Drive
There exists a twofold obligation. Society should become a- Number of Accidents through Equator, to its arrival on
promises to break all former
Yankee Station in the Gulf
ware of these unsung heroes and individuals should become aware .
November 1965 -227
records and exceed our
of their Each should be hero expec- of Tonkin.
own capabilities. man strive to a ,
tations. These were the comments -
and If from no one else receive praise and laurals from his Total number of days since of PNCM Edward Smith.

conscience, for a job well done.Chaplains. last '*!ury In a motor vehicle
To date, many articles of viduals. These families include
acv .t - - -32
clothing and numerous toys have both civilian and military families -
/ been donated as well as some In the greater Jacksonvillearea.
Message Number of Violations: financial donations and pledgesof .

This Week - - 51 food and other commodities. Anyone who wishes to donate

Speeding---------- 8 The goal of this year's driveis clothes toys or items whichcan
Reckless Driving- '- -1 to provide 65 needy families be repaired, mended washedor

For A Going through stop Sign4 with 'food, clothing and toys for ironed may bring these to the
Working LivingBy Other Violations38 the children during the Christmas Leading chiefs off ice in Building

holidays. This goal is pre- 955, NAS, or call Chief Smith,
dicted to include some 350 indi- Extension 245.

Cdr. V/nc/enf/ / J... Mahoney CHC, USN Forty drivers appeared be-
fore the Traffic Hearing Board

Everyone worthy of the name of man has to work for a living at the meeting held on 15 Nov.

otherwise we consider him' a "freeloader". Animals work; for Disposition of the cases includedthe JAX A I Ft NEWSThe

example, we speak of;. '"working like a beaver", and being "busyas following: Seven lost drivingand
a bee". The work of man and animals are alike Insofar as they parking privileges aboard

both produce results. For example, the bee produces honey; mau, station /or various periods; four JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise News.
a work of art. But there is also a difference. In man there is were assigned to complete an distributed each
paper Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
eight-hour course In remedial
present intention. Being made after the image of God, man leaves
NATTC 12 were assigned Station, Jacksonville Florida, by the Holt Publishing
the impress of his reason on what he does. The animal operates driving at ;
only by instinOt and not by thought and purpose as does man. to complete a six-hour Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in

Thus, In all work there are two elements, the result produced and course in remedial driving at the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public

the human Intention or purpose.In JAX Police Academy; 12 received Affairs/ Office, Box 2, HAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon

the building of a Cathedral, the stones are cut and placed, and suspensions; 4 were given on Monday before publication. News items are welcomed

such is the result produced, but there is also the intention, namelyto warnings; 4 dismissed; 15 fined from all sources- Telephone EV 9-7711 Ext. 8162.
U.S. Commissioner) and 22 referred ,
God. Another farmer ( ;
honor and glorify Almighty example; a
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and
produces results, namely his crops. His intention may be to increase to commanding officersfor
his knowledge of farming to aid the common good or justto possible disciplinary action. queries concerning such should be directed to:

make money. In every instance it Is the mark of a man to Twenty-nine drivers were cs- The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd.

distinguish himself from the brute creation which surrounds him, sesed traffic points. Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 4457

by not only producing results but, by having a high and honrable

intention in putting energy Into that which he produces.In VOL. 24 NO. 34 NOVEMBER 17, 7966
one simple sentence, it would appear that a man rises above -

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1 & E Motes ( 5), Library NewsHave v ,'If Ya Ask Us' ( S) I IOur

Are you eligible for the February examinations? Do you have you visited the Station
doubts or confusion that makes you a little uneasy? Try this checklist : Library lately? These new books Roving Reporter this week AA Ron Williams' Galley
for explanation. It lists the five or six requirements that must are now on the shelves: asked the question: "Why did}''OU "I was drafted, but the Army
be met before you can participate in an advancement In rating FICTION choose to 'Go Navy'?*', Theseare didn't appeal| ""
examination: some of the answers he me. Besides! ,.
REQUIREMENT YES NO NOT SURE OCTOPUSSY by Ian Fleming. received. my Dad was in
Military Course: James Bond in a pair of short the Army and
Rating Course: novels. AKC A. O. Taylor Supply he advised that
Practical FactorsPerformance CASTE OF HEROES by L. B. (NAS Jacksonville) -' "At the the Navy would
Test ( If required) Kenney. Set in the paraplegicward time I Joinedthe be better for
Service In Pay GradeRecommendation of a large veterans hos- Navy, girls me, especially Williams
__ pital, this is the story of 'a thought that the from theeducational
If you check your record and find that the answer to all requirements group of young men striving in sailor uniform point of view."
listed above is YES, you are all set. If you find a NO their various ways to overcomeor was the best SN E. E. Tunnel I & E
stan getting the requirement met. If you are NOT SURE on'anything adjust to their physical han- looking. In the Office "I think the Navy has
check with the Education Office as soon as possible. dicaps. Navy you havea more to offer!
Every requirement mustbe verified ,by a service record entry.If THE NINETY AND NINE by chance to see than the other
you have any doubt as to the completeness and accuracy of your' W. Brinkley. A novel about the more of the Taylor' services, especially -
record, check it too. It is better to be sure than sorry.If United States Navy in World War world. And the sea is more fas- the
you are due to be transferred between now and February, be U. Humor and tragedy live side cinating than land or the air." various enlisted
sure to leave your new address with the Education Office. They by side in this story. pro-
must have a copy of your orders in time to mail your examinationsto A03 John Williamson,- VFP grams. I like
your new duty station.It HONFICTIONESQUIRE 62 "I Joined the_Navy for educational the 3 year program -'
is true that there are waivers for certain of the requirements.If FASHIONS FOR pur- best. Turmel
you are eligible except for one requirement, check to see if the MEN. Completely new, illus- posesyou have along with 120 day reserve
Education Office has a waiver on that requiremnt. Every division trated handbook for men of all a better chance I' status program. Two years in
has a Cecil Field Notice concerning the exams and it would pay on of fashion. to get a school "', the Army is too shon to be
ages every
every man In the division to become familiar with it. THE AMERICAN aspect MALE by of your choice. ;., ::: beneficial and 4 years is too long
The new Military/Leadership Examinations have no connection M. Brenton. A penetrating lookat I was Inter- '" < a service forme. "Therefore the
with the February examinations. They will be administered in Janu- the masculinity crisis. The ested in flying,' Navy suited my objective best."
ary and are a requirement for the August 1967 examinations. They author holds that the contem- but I was also Williamson///
will be administered to personnel of pay grades E 2, E 3, and E 4 porary male tries hard, but in interested in
who will be taking the August examinations for Second and Third vain, to live to a traditionof ATTENTION
up
Class.In sailing. Therefore, the aviation
order to be eligible for this new test it is required that the mili- strong Imperturbability, silent he-man"and image."the branch of the Navy fulfilled both
tary requirements course for the desired pay grade be completed of my ambitions. With a few more r
prior to the examination. For personnel of pay grade E 2 it is ARMY VS. NAVY: Seventy flying hours In, I'll receive my r
necessary that both Basic Military Requirements and Military years of Football RivalrybyjackClary. pilot's license and when I finish
Requirements 3 & 2 be completed prior to the examination. college after my enlistment Is
THE OFFICER AS A LEADERby it's possible that I will return -
Remember, these exams have no connection; with the February up,
exams. But, In August they will be a requirement to be met to S.L.A. Marshall. The art to the Navy's pilot program.
in the advancement and science of leadership applied -
participate examinations.Now
BM2 L. R. Salters Galley
if you are still confused, stop at the Education Office and in a military setting., the Master At Arms "The
attitudes and skills that
talk it over with them.Bring your cigarettes and stay until you' understand make Navy is a
effective
leaders where authoritymust (
all about both exams.
be earned, assures new ter t
sensitivity and influence for who- than the bet-EiiJ"
TA4FRidcDrawing
"
I wanted to
/ ever puts them into practice.
TINKERBELLE: The Storyof the world
the Atlantic in my 19 yearsof
Prize, Crossingby Robert
;< if'
service I've
;
Manry. Author describes how
a j [TO PLACE YOUR WANT AD
.' seen It. I'm
,c' middle-aged Cleveland news- So/Uri/ ALL ,OUR NEW NUMBER.
In connection wih the Combined : paperman (himself)sailed across satisfied with ,
,.Federal Campaign! ,Cecil : ';' .."' '" ;'I the Atlantic In,a.13,JI2 foot sloop! what I've seen, and I would liketo 387 4451.?
Field-based Attack a*Squadron \'J"! ', -; ,< Jn a 78-day voyage. r ,see It all,again."
Fotty Four held a drawing recently ',", ,, w ,,, I '
,
,, :',
Y ,
to boost donations. \,, ?f(
Airman Gary L. Wade harI :f a {I. Norelco introduces ':
I pened to be the holder of the I ,- h' III ,_ .
winning ticket, which called fora I :- 'l

ride in the TA-4F aircraft. I the Tripleheader.
The squadron commanding of-I -.... -.. ; ,: ,
1 ficer, Commander: J.W. Roberts, '\
briefed Wade prior to takeoffIn I
one of the squadron's TA- r''
4F aircraft. Wade is one of ',,0.I .: '.'" '"
the few non-pilot enlisted men 1 ..
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: 'Victory Beyond NATTC :

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Grasp of NO.V.N: Behind The SceneBy

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iL r s, { Says Sftc. D.,. Fondingsland/

Twenty Marines from class 624 celebrated their graduation
.: Defense Secretary Robert S. from Aviation Electrician's Mate class "A" School November
McNamara told a news confer- 10, with a cake supplied by the mother of one of the men.
l I ence at the LBJ Ranch that North L/Cpl.BJ. Swift was surprised to learn Thursday that he wouldbe
Vietnamese and Viet Cong forces guest of. honor at a party. He later learned that his mother,
were approaching a possible vic Mrs. Helen Swift of 2605 Clark street in Paducah, Ky., had writtento
tory some 15 months ago, but he the NATTC Chaplain's Office requesting that a cake be bought
thinks It is now clear, a military with the money she' had enclosed and be given to her son for hi;
victory is beyond their grasp. graduation. The chaplain's office obtained the cake and arrangedthe
Lc Recalling a dark military out- party for the graduating Marines.Lt. .
look during the summr of 1965. Col. J.W. Sullivan, CO of the Marine Aviation Detachment,
Mr. McNamara said South Viet- was on hand to wish the Marines luck at their next duty station.
namese forces were decimated The graduation pany Ironically fell on the day of the Marines
CAPT. W. S. BAKER/ CO of the Jax Naval/ Hospital left) ac. and the enemy seemed determined Corps 191st Anniversary.
cepts a Seeburg Discotheque Junior Juice box on behalf of the t to cut the country in two
staff anJ,patients of the hospital, from Sam London, Presidentof at its narrow waist. Congratulations to the four men
"To prevent that diaster the who were advanced to Senior
the London
Distributing Co. Miami Fla.
U. S. put Into South Vietnam NARTUNews _Chief Petty Officer as a resultof
over 100,000 men in about 120 the May 1966 examinations.
lax Hospital days. The potential disaster was These men will be advanced as
averted, our forces began to of Nov. 16,1966: AEC.PR.Bur-
bring a grave military situation cham; AEC, S.E. Culver; AEC
Receives Juke Box under control: off R.A. Fortune; .anJ AEC. P.G.
NARTU JAX Is smoothing
The Defense
Rieg.
Secretary told
newsmen he and the President any rough edges and polishingup ********

The U.S. Naval Hospital, Jax, Fla., was presented with a See- talked over their recentand sep- the brass in preparation of NATTC Aircraft Maintenance
burg Discotheque Junior juke box, by the ''Seeburg Corp of Chicagolast arate trips to Southeast Asia with the Annual Military Inspection, Radiography School has deviseda
1966.
week. regard to the F Y 68 defense Dec. 3, system to help its studentsuse
The juke box, along with a The juke boxes are all set to RAdm Richard L. Fowler, their Ingenuity and scrap
complete program of records operate without money. budget.Major Budget Points Chief of Naval Air Reserve materials to make their: job eas-
is among 10 juke boxes presen- Barring unforeseen contingencies Training, will be the inspecting
ted to other Naval Hospitals by Mr. Sam London President he outlined these major officer. ier.To demonstrate how scrap
the company. of the London Distributing Co., budget points: The United States Navy Concert materials can be used to lightenthe
The juke boxes were donated Miami, Fla., made the presentation Increases In U. S. forces Band and the Sea Chanters work load, Gy/Sgt Robert
by the company in appreciation to Capt. William S. Baker levels in South Vietnam will be will travel fromWashingtonD.C. Darnell, an instructor, deviseda
of the "outstanding contribution Jr., CO of the hospital, at a substantially less.ProbabU1ty to perform during the evening universal X-ray tube, head
the U.S. Navy Is making in Viet ribbon cutting ceremony in the of a second cut inspection. stand from a $6 boat winch and
Mm," Patient's Lounge. in the planned annual rate of air The band will also conducttwo scrap materials. The stand,
local band concerts in honorof which is of
ordnance. made an old discar-
the 50th of the
A stablization trend gov- Anniversary ded engine stand and several

Bob's Oak Hill verning air operations, deploy- Naval Both Air Reserve will be lengths of pipe mounted wheels
ment of air units to South Vietnam concerts opento is used to hold a 40 pound X-ray
and the level of air act!. the general public. The firstis tube> head. In the past the tube
Pure Service Center to be held at the Jacksonville head which
I vities. is used to X-ray
Civic Auditorium 8:30
at
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p.m.
Mr. McNamara noted a recent metal pans of an aircraft to
Open for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. report on interrogations of enemy Dec. 2. The second concert detect defects, had to be prop-
will be conducted at the.Jacksonville -
soldiers "showed the ped into the desired position with
Beach Auditorium
morale of the North Vietnamese at whatever
available.
was With then
road service(* Iek-. I delivery 3:00 p.m., Dec,. 4.
soldiers in South Vietnam Is being w devise, the tube head can
i affected by air and ground assume any angle or height with
mechanic. on dyty..America .F.r.II.lrs William A. Johnson, of Or-
operations,carried out against out props.. .
103rd & James Rd them by 'the- U. S.,' the South ange Park* Fla., was sworn into ';,In i addition .to.being'useful in
771-9156: Vietnamese and other free world the Naval air Reserve, by. the school, the Universal X-ray
Jacksonville Fla.
his father LCdr. William E.
forces.
Tube Head Stand serves to teach
He cautioned the enemy is Johnson, in ceremonies at students how to create devisesto
NARTU.
fighting stubbornly and shows save time and work for them
every indication to fight on stuf-, Young Johnson, entered theReserve's and money for the Navy.
MEADOWBROOKTE'RRACE bornly as well as continue to infiltrate 85-day Recruit Pro- ..*.*..*
from north to south in gram and will attend trainingat For the second Consecutivetime
the Unit. Returning the fol-
large numbers. a NATTC Chief has been
lowing summer he will specia-
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named honor student the
at
lize in Aviation Electronics. "

:In Beautiful Clay County ATTENTION MILITARY LCdr.;WEPTU-741. Johnson at is the a Jackson-memberof cademy.In CNATRA. Chief Petty Officer A-

PERSONNELUtUsRutYtirHsiss ville Unit and in civilian life graduation ceremonies heldat
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H' Foryune was named. "overall,
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Gratuitously HonoredThe Citing Iiflttioiury the bill as inflationary,
the President has vetoed a bill
Navy's Incentive Awards Program provides for recognitionof that would increase life insurance
employees who haye rendered service to the Federal Govern- coverage for Federal employeesby
ment. Federal service Includes honorable military and civilian more than 30 per cent at an,
r $ service in departments and agencies of the Federal government and annual cost to the Government of
fK f the municipal government of the District of Columbia. To be eligible $90 million.
for a Department of the Navy Length of Service: Award, an employeemust "At a time when we are making
A have had at least five years of civilian service and his most every effort to reduce low priority -
t recent year of service must have been as a civilian employeeof Federal expenditures in
1 r the Navy. The below listed employees have completed sevlce other areas, this bill cannot be
in excess of THIRTY YEAR'S duration and are entitled to receivethe J justified," he said.
Navy's anchor type/pin type lapel emblem. The nature of the In returning the vetoed bill,
: service redered Is Indicated as a matter of information. the President said "I do so In
A i the hope that Congress will adopt
WILLIAM H. OWENS -O&R- Inspector ( A/C Engines),NAS Jax the proposals I submitted earlier.
24 3/4 years. Such a measure would be fiscally
ALLAN C. JONES O&RLeading (A/F Mechanic) ,WAS Sax, responsible.
; 6 years.
WILLIAMT.BRISTOW- & R AEM NAS Jax 23 1/fc years. Tile
CAPT. T. WASHINGTON/ JR., O&R OFFICER Is shown FLOREE J. BARDEN, O&R- Clerk NAS Jax 24 years
recently accepting a model of the A-7A aircraft from Cc/r. JAMES J. TRIPP -O&R- Production Controller NAS Sax Oraage Park

J.C. Owen, (retired) now a representative of the LTV 24 years. l
LOUISE W. HORTON -O&R- Secretary NAS Jax 12 I/ PresbyterianChurch
Aerospace Corp. The NAS Jax O&R Dept was recently years.

appointed the designated overhaul point, (OOP) for this HENRY B. MASTERSON, IRD Personnel Staffing -NAS Sax -
single place land or carrier-based light attack aircraft. 25 1/2 years. 242 McIntosh Ave.
JAMES B. VAUGHN, Communications HAS Sax 251/2 years.

Overtime Premium Oren o'rrk FlnMi
Pay ,
Pay Rates Set In Varied Way* Minister

Pay rates of Federal employ922 employees or 25.9 of
Now percent
Covered by CS Reas Rev.Edwin F. Mongoraery, Jr.
ees are set In many ways. the total. Their rates are set in
... The largest group includes emaccordance with prevailing rates I
Civil service regulations have Premium pay for holiday work ployees'subject to the dassif leain the localities .in which they SUNDAY SCHEDULE
been amended to clarify changes will be paid in addition to over- tion Act of 1949, as amended work. II.
in-the rates of pay for overtime time compensation, y On. June 30, 1965, it included Postal workers whose rates 8:30a.m. Worship
and Sunday work authorized by time compensation, night pay 1,112,454 or 46.5 percent of the are set by the Postal Field 945am. School
the Federal Salary and Fringe differential, or premium pay for entire Federal work force. Service Compensation Act of Sunday
Benefits Act of 1966. Sunday work. Second in size was the wage 1955, as amended, numbered 11:00 a.m. Worship
The changes became effective board group which included 620533,944 or 22.3 percent of the <5:00p.m, Youth Fellowship
July 18, 1966, the date the law __ ____ ___ total..
was signed.Most .

at overtime employees rates will for work be paid in MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll '.

excess of 8 hours a day. In the *.o.. Chrlstma.ca ::
case of employees ,engaged in Ranks-All Ages
'ornother ,_ :
'scientific' research occupations -
In which the nature of lOW.RATES. ( ; Open House
the work defies a strict 8-hour "* '
shift, overtime rates will be paid EASY MONTHLY SUNDAY, NOV. 2OTI' .
for work in excess of the first \
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40 hours in a work week. ; 1 PM TO 5 PM* .1'-.
The maximum salary rate PAYMENTSMcDOUGALL'S ,- .:* REFRESHMENTS SERVED
for computing overtime pay Is
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time pay, for irregular or occasional Xlyi.Ia /

Under overtime the so-called work."Sunday UTU :, OPEN
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premium pay" provisions of the OtAg6E I I
law, an employee is entitled to
pay at his rate of basic com- N
pensation plus- premium pay at .,,.. t
a rate equal to 25 per cent of WHERE SERVICE AND
his base pay for each hour in
his basic workweek of Sunday
work not .in excess: of 8 hours.In QUALITY GO STEADY!

cases where employees work
rotating shifts and the "late ........ FREE! ........
hour" Saturday shift extends into
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Mon- BRING IN THIS COUPON FOR ONE
Sunday or the "earlyhour"
day tour actually starts on Sun Z MAN'S SUIT or ONE LADY'S DRESS z BE NIMBLE JACK BE QUICK .
day, the employee will be paid O' '(PLAIN) o OUR CHRISTMAS CLUB WILL DO THE TRICK!
entire shift,
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Sunday. o DRYCLEANED O masses for youl You can give .50 25.00
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I !:_ Golf Tournament Ground rules for next year's

LlijTI: i '
; Tpr 4 NAS event Include :on entry

! II $ list which will be heldto

144 In the 54-hole/ medal
_J-.3 :.i
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play tournament. A handicap .

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__ limit of 25 has been

kfl _;_ .rdlr __ .:...&'.\1fl established. Play, as mentioned \

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1 -:. ,"). goes through the 19th and '

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::' ends the 20th.
MILITARY DEPENDENTS In the Jax area gathered months In ,41 f. I" ,"r/ *
advcnce to prepare for the 1967 Dependents Golf Tournament
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Cverall chairman. for the 1967 urer and trophies! ; C.D. LaMee. .$ cd .. /1
2 tournament is Mrs. T.B Elli 9 : %
son. Other committee chairmen publicity and programs; .Kunk- .4:4: .
are Mesdames EJD. Thenic, food, V. C. Quillan.. registrations G
R. L. Watson, housing, _
berry, tournament; C. Owen, ; (
tournament; R. M. Harrison, J. V.Jose hsonways. and means;
tournament; W. Mahoney, secH F. Gingrich, decorations; I ....
retary; J. Potter, assistant secand C. D. Slmonson, hospitali- ..,,.

retary; R.. _B._Williamson,treas-' ality.pr.w J.f.TI'

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Months of energetic work and Dependents'' Tournament. It was i
attention to detail will suddenlybe ., here the tournament was extended You get a lot of '
I realized by many committee- "U.t. d to 54 holes! ,
1 1I 1965's locale was again An-
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WIFE/ OF .A Ft. Bragg, H. C. Army .Sergeant, early golfers tee-off for the Sixth I drews. A golf clinic was included holiday happiness ;
Mrs. Christ! M. Hasa swept the Championship _. A Annual Military Dependents 11"" that year before the start ,
Flight Honors In the 5th Annual Military Dependents Championship Golf Tournamenton of the tournament. A fashion
H* '('. .' show was also instituted., featuring free with loan .
/ Championship .Golf Tournament- : die NAS links, 'April 18th. 'I 'both" every
I The tobrnameht Is not o 1y a : golf sportswear f for ::
Ft. George Meade, Md. : first for NAS Jacksonville,but is t sexes. Players were divided :
c the initial venture for a tourna- I! into six flights with the championship from C. IT.:
ment of its typeonanyNavybase.The j I flight reserved for 10
idea for what has blos ." handicappers and under. Winner
: PEGGY HARMON, 75 old daughter of Col.
U t. of the Dalton Trophy, donated by year
Z? B sporting somed into event a top-flight was conceived military by ..J .r:, Col. Harry G. Dalton of the 2045 and Mrs. W. A. Harmon, of Dobbins AFB, Co., Need a holiday loan? Then expect to get your money
,' the "Zada Screver/ / Memorial"
Mrs. GJ. (Zada)Schriever when, :S Communications Group, and a accepts Trophy fast when you come to Universal C.I.T.. Reason? C.I.T.is .
..!, blue blazer Mary Barrow, from Zada Schrlever, founder of the tourney.
was
as the wife of an Air Force F:
BY BELLAIR HOME ; ; CC, Virginia. This presented for the first time In famous for quick, convenient service...whether you
BUilDERS INC. officer, she was stationed In : f Army-Navy trophy was
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Hawaii and assited in the for- :. Fort George G. Meade, Maryland the fifth annual tournament. ((1965)) need money for holiday shopping or any other worth.
'Tr! ;- The Teacher The Golfer mation of a mixed group of women A: hosted theFifthAnnualTour- while purpose. Come in and see us. But one word of
;, golfers from all the Armed Ser t, : nament played June 21st, 22nd '
;
:
JIlL -F4 I PEGGY KIRK BELL has been a golf professional since 1950 vices. if and 23rd. caution:don't.expect to leave our office so quickly that
with a very impressive record. In 1961 she was voted ""Winnerof Backed by various Service golf 1 r I Few, -if any entrance require- you won't' have time for a friendly holiday wish. (If you
the Year" for the Ladies Professional Golf Assodationjwinner; clubs who wanted something big- f S ments exist. All female depend BE A WINNER are really in a big hurry, please call out a cheery greet.
of the State of Ohio amateur championship three consecutive years ger and better than local competition I S ents of active, retired or 'ue-
a member, of the US Curtis Cup 1948 and 1950 and twice voted Andrews Air Force Base, {:';' ceased service personnel are ing as you run out the door.)
Associated the first tournament site. l FOR 1967

I The Gift That Goes Everywhere' Winner Robbye that King first of the year Army-Navy was Miss 4,t LOANS TO.. $3000

I Lasts for Always CC Its, Virginia.popularity She firmly carded established a 178.- I _____ GOGOGODATSUN CASH YOU OT I

the tournament returned to : 11X: Monthly 3.. 30 24
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organized tourneywas TRIUMPH $$50 $$1549.56 $$1322.36 $$1083.54
held. The field included ;1
military dependents from 14 ,1IS IS, .'. 70 2169.39 1851.30 1516.96

States, representing Army, Navy $ 2295DATSUH 100 2644.71 2167.09.
J Air Force, Coast Guard and f SPITMK 11
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""j.,. Midwest military reserva- lift' .iccidtnt. ind kultli. liwunct ivil* .bl.on all loins.it$low,group,ritn.
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.*r Gen. WheelerSnlutesMedlcs

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CySgt. Joel FergusonEXT. More thanl9,000rnenhavebeen

400 evacuated from the jungles, 1
tJ mountains and paddies in Vietnam -
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and according toGen.EarleG.
TO oes Wheeler U.S.A. "often under '

LCpl. Douglas P. Ryan, a recent graduate of NATTCs Aviation fire". 'I'
Electrician School, received a letter from the Marine Commandant The Chairman of the Joint I'
Informing him of his selection to attend Officers Candidate Schoolat Chiefs of Staff told the 73rd I'
Ouantico, Va., In January. Anniversary meeting of the Association -

POSTHUMOUS AWARDS of Military Surgeons, i
Capt. Joseph M. Dwyer, Marine Barracks presented Mrs. Ben- "For the first time the evacuation -

jamin A. Chitko of Jax Beach with three medals, Including the of casualtieshasbeenbased
purple heart honoring her late husband. GySgt. Chitko, who was primarily upon the helicopter
killed in action in Vietnam. ambulance."
Wheeler said the role of
AVIATOR OF YEARLt. memory of Alfred A.Cunningham Gen.
of this
during the nnual reunion of the military medical men
Col. Charles H. Ludden has been "great.brilli-
CO, Marine All-Weather Fighter First Marine Aviation Force country and with high
antly performed
Veterans Association to be held
Squadron 212,and the first Marineto honor
devotion to duty coun-
Nov. 3 6 In Oklahoma City
command a Navy carrier air
try, and one might add, to man-
Okla.
I group during combat operations, .IIMedical
Col. Ludden is currently Assistant -
has been selected for the AlfredA. of all
CAPT. JOSEPH M. DWYER, Marine Barracks, XO, presentsMrs. Cunningham Trophy("Marine Operations Officer on the individuals men and as services soldiers,
as
Benjamin/ A. Chitko with three posthumous awards in honor Aviator of the Year.") staff of Headquarters, Fleet :have been superb, the general

of her husband, GySgt. Chitkof killed/ in action In Vietnam. The Marine flyer of Chlco, Marine Force, Pacific In Hono- noted pointing out "they have
lulu. He resides with his wife
Calif., flew more than 100 of cared for and conserved the
his squadrons 1500 combat mis- and three daughters at 2130 Ban-
... fighting men as never before".
Hivy'sSEALAI Makes'Kaow Hlw' Tests
sions In Southeast Asia during croft Drive, Marine Corps Air Gen. Wheeler said "Some

The Navy's SEALAB III experimental Sea experiments. 1965 and personally made 169 Station Kaneohe Bay Hawaii. two-thirds of all the soldiers hos-

diving unit is being carrier-arrested landings while ATHLETIC PROGRAMThis pitalized are being returned to
Actual diving In 1967 is designed -
teted at the Washington Navy additional assigned to the USS Oriskany. year, the All-Marine duty In Vietnam."
to give technological -
Yard in a series of simulated Information During the period covered in Corps and Interservice Athletic A specific note was made of
deep dives and necessaryto this award he earned the Dis- has been in and dan-
ocean physiological establish men in advanced sea Championship program corpsmen remote ,
Cross his
tinguished Flying (
experiments under high pre- habitations on the continental retailored and expanded to place gerous villages MEDCAP groupsin
third), the Navy Commendation
sure. shelves for extended more emphasis on intramural field units, medical teams in
periods. Medal and the Purple Heart. He
competition in order to en- provincial hospitals and doctors
The purpose of the testingIs Simulated training now is being also won his ninth through 16th ,
to provide the "know how" done by technicians and support Air Medals. While deployed on courage greater participation. helping the Vietnamese through
and thorough preparations fornext divers. SEALAB III acquanauts Full details on the programcan education and precept.
Board the Oriskany, he was res-
be found in Marine Corps "All contributing in essential -
year's Mah In the will be selected. for within are
ponsible developing
Order 1710.4K, of Oct. 11, 1966. measures to the buildingup
his squadron, the capability of
of healthier Viet-
a
the MK- stronger
delivering 2,000-pound COMMAND ASSIGNMENTS "
for tomorrow, Gen. Whee-
5419 KEN RD. OFF 103rd ST. PH. 7715322old'S 84 bomb by F-8 Crusader air- ler nam explained.
Headquarters, Marine Corps
craft. Without this development, .
major changes would have been announced the following general
GENERATORS required aboard the aircraft in officer reassignments: Goodies For

order to carry out bombing mis- Brig. Gen. John R. Chaisson,
liar STARTERS & ALTERNATORS sions in North Vietnam.He from HI MAF to MACV. Gen. Vietnam"Operation
assumed his duties as Chaisson will be detached im-
Acting Commander of CarrierAir mediately from III MAF and return Goodies" Is the

Rebiilt or R..lr.a..llty Group-16 on Sept. 9.. 1965 to the United States for name of a new project created
after the previous commanderhad leave, before reporting as relief by the Dolphin Wives Club,

at a Fair Price been lost over North viet- for Maj. Gen. William K. Jonesas Charleston, S.C.
Members have asked local
nam. When he relinquished command Director Combat Operations
o .of this: diverse air groupin Center Control Element.,MACV., 'merchants for items most requested
25 YEAR'S EXPERIENCE October 1965, it consisted of Maj. Jones will report to Head- and required by ser
an A-1H squadron;two A-4 squad quarters Marine Corps during vicemen in Vietnam. The articles
y are to be crated and shipped
F-8 January 1967.
rons; two squadrons and detachments -
<, of A-3, RF-8andEC-l Brig. Gen.Louis Metzger,pre- to the Far East by Nov. 1.
; aircraft. One of his superiors viously designated for duty with Other clubs wishing to pack
Join America's most popular club said "he consistently dischargedhis WESTPAC Ground Forces will "goodies" for Vietnam may ob
relieve Gen. Commanding taro Information from
duties in a most able and Brig. Ryan as
General 9th MAB/Com- taro Information from Mrs.
demonstrating
professional manner,thereby -
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MoviesMovies Club SchedulesNASJAX


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be shown at the NAS Tax Theatre "O" CLUB Tonight is the Beefeaters Buffet being served from 1 @M i 1 Mii::: M:i : : :.: :::: ii: : :i: W;:: : :::::$;:::::;: :: :;:; $.:$:m;:
will regularly at 6 and .6 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday enjoydancing music by "Sam Ross' from
8:15 p.m., Monday through 8 p.m. until 12 p.m. Saturday Happy Hour from 3:30 p.m. until 6
Saturday. In addition to the p.m. In the evening dancing music will be provided by the "Page Ads shpuld be moiled to the Holt Publishing Company,
tWo evening shows' there will bea Five" from 8:30 p.m. until 12:30 a.m. Tuesday Is foreign dish J950Bldndfng! Blvd Jacksonville, Florida 32210 to arrive'
matinee at 2 p.m. on Satur- night Australian dinner on the menu this week. Wednesday from not lalct than Tuesday for publication the following' Thurs
day, Sundays and holidays. The 6 p.m..unttl9 p.m. Is our regular family chicken night. day. Ada arriving too late for this deadline will be published
Hospital Theatre will have one the following: week unless the publisher is instructed other
weekly feature at 7 p.m. "CPO CLUB" Tonight is Pizza night 12" pizzas for only $.90. wise.' A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
Cecil'Field will have two shows be received' WITH the copy for the ad.
Friday music for your dancing enjoyment will be brought by the
during the week at 5:30 and 8 "Buddy Clark Combo." Saturday will feature "Mark Castle".
p.m. Matinees will be shownon Sunday music will be brought by the "Frank Binders Combo." DO NOT SEND CASH
weekends at 2 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, and, Wednesday Happy Hour begins at 4:30 p.m. RATE: Minimum charge ((3 line.). . . . .$2.00
Per additional line ((4 words per line]. . 0.50
"ACEY DUCEY CLUB" Friday enjoy music by "The Cres-
Thursday, Nov. 17, 1966 cendos". Saturday dance to music by "Dick Wilson". Sunday music

will be brought by "Mark Castle", for your' dancing and relaxation 64 CHEVROLET V/8 1/2 SINGER AUTOMATIC CONSOLE
NAS: 'CONVICT STAGE": enjoyment. Tuesday Is game night which begins at 7:30 p.m. Ton Pick up Deluxe Cab., R & H, Model sewing machine zig zags,
With Harry Lautor and Donald W/S/W -$1295-Westside V olks- blind stitches, buttonholes,
Barry (78 min) "BLUE]ACKETS INN" Tonight dance to music by "The Cres. wagen, 1150 Lane Ave.'S. 781- decorates etc. Original price
Hospital : "MODESTY cendos." Friday from 8:30 p.m. until 12:45 a.m. come and enjoy 5511 $300. Has balance $69. or reliable -
BLAISE": With Terence and Dick music by the "Fabulous Ravens". Saturday will be the informal party can assume $8.
Bogarde ((120 min) matinee<,Dance from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. with music by the "Ravens" SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein monthly payments. WILL TAKE
C. Field:. "LADY L": With In the evenings enjoy music by "March Wilson and The Red- Jacksonville and Mayportareas. OLDER MACHINE AS PART
Sophia Loren and Paul Newman coats". Sunday the family dance from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. with Military background PAYMENT. Phone CREDIT
((95min) music by "The Ravens." Sunday evening come to the "Barn Dance" would be helpful. A very rewarding .- MGR. Jacksonville 3531946.Will ,,
with music by "Jimmy Strickland" and the T. V. band from 7:30 career possible for the deliver, No obligation.
Friday, Nov. J8, 1966 p.m. until 12:45 a.m': Monday enjoy music by "Lonnie Vessell and Right Man. Write to the Regional -
the Looseends." Tuesday music will be by "Phil Kay and the Chan- Director P.O. Box 13177, Orlando -
tels." Wednesday beginning at 8 p.m.ls game night. Fla. 32809.STARBELLE SINGER TOUCH & SEW, CHAIN
NAS: "HOW TO STEAL A Specials for this week includes the following: Friday Shrimpand Stitches, no bobbin to wind. 5
MILLION": With Audrey Hep Fish Dinners for $.65. Saturday from 12 p.m. until 7 p.m. BOARDING KEN- mo. old in 4 drawer walnut desk.
burn and Peter 0' Toole ( 135 16 oz T Bone Steak along with the complete dinner for $1.35 NEL Bathing grooming training Original price $500. Balance
min) Sunday from 12 p.m. until 7 p.m. one ,half chicken dinner for See us first. 725-9882. $175 cash or $10 mo. Call 384-

Hospital: "CONVICTSTAGE": $.65. Wednesday pizza all the, way for half price. Also 1312. _
With Harry Lautor and Donald appearing everyday from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. are the Go Go Girls.
REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSUL- TEMPORARY HELP: STENOS,
Barry ((78 min)
C. Field: "HOW TO STUFF A TATION advice. 7 7 days a week. Typists, Key punch operators,
WILD BIKINI:" With Annette NAS CECIL Homes for sale $100 Down. for temporary assignments as
No .'Rent available. TEMPORARY
Equities Qualifying. you are
Funicello and Dwayne Hickman
( 95 min) "EM CLUB" Tonight is game night beginning at 8:00: p.m. als. HomeSite Lots Acreage, TALENT 1130 ACL BLDG.356-
After game time The Strangers will be entertaining also Breaded Investments. WALTER T.BOWEN 0753.I .
Veal will be the Special Diner. Friday Mark Castle will providethe Reg. Broker USN Retired.
Saturday, Nov. 19, 1966 music. The Club will also hold a Surprise Happy Hour. Sat- 384-1376
NEED HELP I NEED IMMEDIately -
The Count Five will hold a Teen
urday from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00: p.m.
FOR SALE: 1965 TR 4. ONE full or part timeto
NAS: "DO NOT DISTURB" Dance. All dependents and guest are invited. Sunday Phil Kay and owner. Michellln X tires, handle overflowing Christmas
With Doris Day and Rod Tayloi the Chantels with the Go Go Girls. Monday Happy Hour from synchromesh gears. Excellent business. Some executive posi-
((110 min) 5p.m.to 6p.m.Tuesday VA 66 will hold their squadron party. Wed- condition. Call 264 2964 or tions available. Call Vivianne
Hospital: "HOW TO STEAL A nesday Mel Gaden will be entertaining also Surprise Happy Hour.' 389 7711, EXT. 8284. Woodward Cosmetics, 3843821.
MILLION( :" With Audrey Hep-
burn and Peter 0' Toole ( 135
min) '. "CPO CLUB" Friday a Lobster Dinner will,be on special for APARTMENTS RENTAL: $50 ORTEGA HILLS. Will mind child
. C, Field:?.'MDEstY.BLAISE1; $2.35. .Entertaining' Friday will,be the,Moonlighter's.. Saturday the Down Homes, Orange Park. or children. $.75 per hour.
With Terence Stamp and Dick special will be a 12 oz T Bone Steak for $1.65. The band will be Realty 2642411. 3841497.
Bogarde ((120 min) the Piper's. Sunday a 12 oz T Bone Steak will be on specialfor
$1.65. A child's plate of ham for $.50. Wednesday a Baked Ham NEAR SCHOOLS -MOVE TODAY APARTMENT FOR RENT-2 BR,
Dinner will be on special for $.60. Wednesday is also game night Gorgeous 3 bedrm 1 1/2 bath & Completely furn., Orange Park.
Sunday, Nov. 20, 1966 beginning at 7:45 p.m._ kitchen equipped homes. Full Will rent to TAD Pers. or
year warranty $91 mo, Includesall. bachelors. 264-6884
I Nothing down to vets. Min.
NAS: "THE CAT": With FHA down. Salesman on duty 7 ,. ,\
Roger Perry and PeggyAnnGarner days week. Drive out & see us 61 VW SEDAN R & H, New
( 95 min) x at Timuquana Heights, 7716200. Paint $795 Westside Volks-
Hospital: "00 NOT DISTURB1 wagen, Inc. 1150 Lane Ave. S.,
With Doris and Rod 781 5511.
Day Taylor 64 MALIBU 2 DR Hard Top
((110 min
) V/8, Automatic R & H, W/S/W
C
Field "CONVICTSTAGE"With
: $1495 Westside Volkswagen FOR RENT '- FURNISHED ONE
Lautor and Donald
Harry >: Y. : Inc. 1150 Lanes Ave.. S. 7815511. Bedroom home, Carport Near
Barry ((120 min) CPO. Call 264-
L NAS Couple or
,. _____ 6253.

Monday, Nov. '21, 1966 5; d 9 UNFURNISHED HOUSE FOR

RENT 5034 Lexington Avenue. 60 VW SUNROOF $595 West-
NAS: "THIS PROPERTY IS 4# Two bedrooms, hardwood floors,. side Volkswagen,.Inc., 1150 Lane
''CONDEMED": With Natalie Kerosene. heat, large yard carport Ave. S., 781 5511. "
Wood and Robert Redford ( 118 kitchen equip. optional.
min) Available Nov. 25th Call 359 -

Hospital: "THE CAT": With 4168 pr 3898901.. FURN '. HOUSE FOR RENT -

Roger 95 Perry and Peggy Ann Gar 63 VALIANT 200 4, DR W/ 2 BR, 5 mi. East of Cecil Field.
ner ( min) 'I
C. Field: "HOW TO STEAL A S/W. R & H., $895, West- Phone 781 3170.

MILLION": With Audrey Hep- side Volkswagen Inc.1150 Lane
burn and Peter 0' Toole ( 135 Ave. S. 7815511.
min) MONEY IN 1 DAYs
FOR SALE: FIVE AKC REG.
DACHSUND PUPS 6 wks. old. FOR RENT 1422 RON ROAD
Tuesday, Nov. 22 7966 25 to $600 $65 ( Temp. Inoc.) 264 6282 Clean furn 2 BR, Duplex Elect.
Kitchen No Pets, 83.50 mo.
ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE Phone 389 6938-

NAS "THE TRAMPLERS" Cash far any purpose. Just phone and tell us how '61 FALCON FUTURA SPORT
:
With Joseph Cooten and Gordon much you want. Pick up the cash at your conven COUPE W/S/W, R & H, Air PAYMENTS I
TAKE OVER
Seats. .$595
Cond.
Bucket
,
Scott (113 min) PROPERTY IS fence. Sam.-day service. Westside Volkswagen Inc. 1150 3 BR, 1 1/2 B, Cent hea, W/W

Hospital: "THE" With Natalie 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN ,Lane Ave. S., 781 5511. carpet, vent blinds Manyextras.Beaut. .
CONDEMED: Oak shaded patio Conv.
Redford ( 1 8 Pmt. You Get Mo. Pmt.
Wood and Robert You Get Mo. to bases DUKE LOSTUMBO,

min) BKR., 771 0374 or 781 3634.
' C. Field: "DO NOT DISTURB" S84.33 5.00 355.79 21.00 ORANGE PARK HOME FOR -<
With Doris Day and Rod Taylor 157.80 9.00 427.51 25.00 SALE: 2705 Shady Oak Lane -

( 120 min) 279.27 73.00 SOO.51 29.00 Three Bed rooms, two baths INTRODUCE THE UNIQUE,
286.73 '7.00 600.00 34.39 Built in over & range. Wall Exciting Symbra Brassiere to
furnace and laundry. Car -
Wednesday, Nov. 23, 1966 of your friends. Become a Symbra
and
port. Large lot use private Consultant Phone 264 6906
Above Payments Include Interest. dock. 163.00 down includes 264.4016.
or
NAS: "AN EYE FOR AN EYE": closing costs & insurancefor ----------
With Robert Lansing and Gloria one year. $70.24 monthly "''C.
Talbot ( 98 min,) DIAL 7 a 3mpa Includes interest at 6 Hospital: "THE TRAMP HAUGHTON & CO, INC. Realtor Siamese Kitten 10 weeks old; has
LERS' : With Joseph Cotten and 241 West Forsyth St. Dial 356-0735 355 9666. 111 W. Bay Street all shots. Phone 389-3539

Gordon. Scott. ((113 min) 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359-2895
C. Field: "THE CAT" With I WANT ADS WILL/ SELL FOR YOU J
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:, VA174 Sports BOWLING/ Football Predictions

FOOTBALL HereetsStir. Illck.lrtls ,

The SnyderJohnson' combination -. The VA-44 "Hornets" stung
of VA 174 proved to be the "Blackbirds" of VA-45 In GAME' STAFF CORBIH FELLERS PH's ARD HaL
just too much for the Marines the opening basketball game of -". ((50.37)) (52. 35)) (47 46)) ((55. 32)) (55. 28)) ((45. 23))
last Tuesday's intramural foot- the 66-67 season with a score
ball action.Snyder' connected with of 60 to 40. 7. Notre Dame at Mich. St. N. Dame Mich. St. N. Dame N. Dame N. Dame N. Dame
Right End Johnson twice, both The game started when Com-
passes over 30 yards, to give mander J.W. Roberts,commanding 2. use at UCLA UCLA use use UCLA IIse UCLA
VA 174 the winning tally of officer of VA-44 tossed out

14 to 6. the opening game ball. The"Hornets" ., .
3. .
Wyo. at Brig. Young Wyo.
Wyo. Wyo.
In the first half of action, the built-up an earlylead : >.:: Wyo.. Wyo. ,Wyo..
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two evenly matched teams and at :half time .led by a score \ .
fought to a scoreless draw. The of 34 to 23. 4. Stan. at. Call.! Stan. i Stan. Stan Stan. .. Stan. Stan.
stand off continued into the third Jim Burk, Bill Cashier and '
quarter when both teams scored Danny Bradley were inthe double 5. Utah 'St. at Utah Utah Utah .Utah Utah Utah Utah
but failed on their extra point figures for the "Hornets". Burk .
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conversion attempts. sunk 22 points while Gashier 6. Wash St. at Wash.' Wash." Wash. Wa.s". Wash Wash. Wash. : .
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Late in the last quarter. Syn- racked .up 19 and Bradley followed ." I
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der connected with a 35 yard passto with 10 points. { 7. are. afOre. St.. '. are. St. Ore. 'St. Ore. Ore. St are. St. are. St.
Johnson to bring VA 174 The "Hornets" are,defending
into 'the lead. A short from their Cecil Field Intramural ,
pass 8. L'SU at Tulane' LSU LSU
Snyder to Right HBBowlware Crown which they won last year : LSU LSU LSU, L'SU
ded conversion,'and with a record of 15 and 5.
the"Hellrazors"a two point wrapped it up. 9. Clem. at N. c.: St. N. e, St.. Clem. N. C. St. Clem. N. C. St. Clem.

Squash League Standings,
SQUASH 70. Ky. at Tenn. Tenn. Tenn; Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. Tenn. '1 J
Teams Won Lost
A In other "Hellrazor" action
last week, the VA 174 Squash VA 174 21 6
team retained their first place MALTA DOS 166 11
standing with the defeat of GEMD VA-44 10 16
#/ 1,3to0. GEMD # 1 7 20 BOATSi J
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This coming Saturday is the more than likely be named Na- the others continually is absurd.
I GMCTRUCKS I day that most traditional rivals tional Champion for 1966. Some years the SEC is the best
GREEN COVE SPRINGS square off against each other and Along about this time every while other years either the Big'
in most of these type games the gridiron season the buffs begin Ten or South West might be more
..o.f.oeoo 0 record books can be thrown out (some have been at it all year) powerful. .
-1 the window when trying to pre- the annual discussion as to which There will be those that argue
i. ONLY A CREDIT UNION dict the outcome of the action. conference plays the best brand of and ,say look at the Top Ten and
1 Along with all of these traditional football has the roughest schedule you will see that the SEC is the
rivalrie.for the first time as well as what teams shouldgo best. Okay,look at the Top Ten:
: PAYS AN. since Texas arid Navy met in the to which bowl. as of this weeks' AP polls the
Cotton Bowl a few years past, Naturally in this section of the Big Ten had Michigan State and
: the end of the season will bring country the majority of football Purdue,while the SEC had Alabama -
< together the nation's top two fans feelthe Southeastern Confer- .and Georgia and the AAWC
J9aee'te4t 4td powerhouses both undefeated. ence is the best, although they ranked USC and UCLA. The
f. Notre Dame is coming off an impressive disagree 'as to whether Florida, Southwest, and Big Eight had one
64-0 win: pver. Duke .Georgia; Tennessee.and so,on,is. each with Arkansas andNebraska,
'you r.. .while Michigan .State captured ,the better: team. People,from the respectively; and then, two independents -
their second straight Big Ten midwest I are sold on the Big Ten Notre Dame and
c : were over-charged title and-won their 14th consecutive while west' coasters play a fair Georgia Tech round out the nations .
league game by crushing brand of ball. elite. Evidently the nations
Indiana 37-19. Both of these Having'played in the old Pacific sports writers don't believe that
: O BUT.... because YOU asa Juggernauts( possess highlyex- Coast Conference as well as see- anyone conference plays better
olosive offenses and very fine ing many games throughout the ball than the others.
member are an owner defenses so take your choice as country thanks to my Navy travels As to the,Bowl games,Ibelieve
to the winner. The November 19th I believe that all of the major there should be a way devised to
t
t and all members share In meeting of these two has added conferences play excellent foot- match the top teams against each
incentive since the victor could hail.but to say that one dominates other so that a real national
our earnings. champion could be decided. Last
year a poll was taken after the
: : ALL THE MORE REASON TO SEE W ESCOHNETT FURNITURE 0. bowl games that made AlabamaI
in the country since Michigan
: ;;. YOUR, CREDIT UNION FIRST tate .lost, in the. Rose.Bowl to'
i USED & NEW AIR CONDITIONERS UCLA.

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i NEW & USED TV SETS Alabama, beat Michigan State.
C&Ezvr6w4w Alabama had been beaten once
Come In & Browsel! '
FREIGHT SALVAGE
: and tied once, yet ended up #1.
JAX MAS BLOC. .39 CECIL FIELD BLDG. 26 : EASY CREDIT TERMS HRS. 9a.m. 7p.m.; This year I would like to see
Tel. 384-4121 or Tel. SP '.321 J or ,'Bama play the winner of the
Base Ext. Base Ext. 205, Notre
l 8507 Dame-Michigan State bat-
Hours: Mon-Fr/ 9:30.4:30 Hours: Mon-Frl 8:30.3:00 5326WESTCONNET! ILVD.AT103RD, 771-0750 tle so one might judge just how

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.once _and for .,all.IbisJ: would
'be a way to settle the argu-
ment, but ,will not come to pass
since Notre Dame does not accept
bowl bids and Michigan state is
tied up by the Rose Bowl agree-
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I Intramural Bowling 1 I Nurycldiis; f


veej 4 ed :- National League Continental League Tomorrow ;

Final Standings of the teamsin
this Seven Tens 31 13 The first match of the-annual
"tA League. '
a now" en van tore Mad Foxes 33 15
Team Won Lost Navy-civilian( golf meet spon-
Into tire world Caduceus 31 17 Sky Warriors "B" 27 17 sored by the Jacksonville Council -
olaaortabyNed Sky Warriors "A" 30 18 Pin Benders 27 17 of the Navy League is sched-
Fieeur 29 19 Pin Teasers 25 19 uled to be played tomorrow,(Nov.
Fellers BLU 27 21 Druthers 22 22 18)) on the NAS course. Tee-off
o Lucky "7" 26.5 21.5 Seabees 22 22 times are scheduled between 11
Hurricanes 25 23 King Pins 20 24 a.m. and 1:30 p.m.
Somewhere It happens on a college campus -- "R.I.P.- The Football Coach" Rip Cords 25 23 Hard Hats 19 25 60 Navy golfers have signedup
every year.
Mis Fits 24.5 23.5 Sparks 18.5 25.5 for the event. Arthur J.
Sure bet teams' described as so powerful they cannot but help Nepttmes 24 24 Tipplers 17 27 McCormack, the event's chair-
pick their choice of many assorted bowl bids get derailed along the Falcons "B" 24 24 Yo Yo's 15.5 28.5 man, noted the latter pan of
way. They generally follow the theme of a reverse rags to riches Navy Flanance 19 29 Trailer Sailors 11 13 last week'that 15 additional civilian -
story. AOMD 15 33 golfers were needed to match
More often than not, it's the head coach that becomes the scape- Pfz Zaps 12 36 the Navy's number.
goat. He has to provide prompt and punctual rationalizations to Atlantic LeagueNOO's Iid.pxd.it Golfers will be paired as nearlyas
his former friends who have suddenly become downright revolu- possible by their handicaps.
tionary. The head mentor has to play the hardcore role of gifted 33.5 14.5 Hens' Bowling
,
public relations man In trying to reason with Usterners why he gam Rejects 32 ISNARTU
bled on a first down with fourth and two to go, or why he settled Chiefs 29 15 Operations Analysis 21
for a field goal instead of......... Foggy Five 28 16 Planning 19 11
When he finally escapes the dreary Saturday for the relative Flag Staffs 23 21 A/C Instruments 19 11 WINDSOR ARMS
peace of a quiet Sunday, far from the faultfinding Jabs of sports Spanans 23 21VP30 Power Plant I 17 13
writers, our loser knows tomorrow Is the real D Day. Monday Chiefs 20.5 23.5 Prod. Planning 17 13
he Is scheduled to speak to red-faced college alumni at a quar- Afees 20 24 Power Plant II 17 13 APARTMENTSWesconnett '
Electrons 18 26
terback banquet. Control Div.Supply( ) 14
And if think that take bit of Spoilers 18 26 Blvd. &
you may a jugglery with words, Public Works 15 15
the problem is only compounded for the real banquet craftsman, X Bean Burners 16 28 Process Div. 14 16 Windsor Forest Dr.
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the toastmaster. This fellow must somehow include in his Intro- Impulses Engineering 14 16
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Articulators 16 Swimming
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duction how the team fared the
previous Saturday. And needlessto Test Cells 12.5 17.5
say, his choice of words must soothe what may be an illnatured American League A/C Preservation' 12.5 17.5 Conv.to NAS Cecil Field Shop-
audience, (the squad has done everything but turn the goal Qoak & 32 8 Machinists I 12.5 17.5 ping,schools & city buses.
posts sideways; still they've lost eight straight.) Cursors Daggers 29 15 T58 Shop 12 18 FURNISHED ORUNFURNISHED
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I propose no wordy, sure-fire introductions. Here are a few Needlers 26 18PRO's Machinists U 8.5 21.5 771-6132
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the after-dinner speech audience. Coaches can note the proper Mec-A-Nlks 23 17
acknowledgement of introduction.TO Falcons "A" 25 15
( A COACH WITH A 1-8 RECORD HIS TEAM WAS SUP- Marine Bks. 22 18 MILITARYAUTO
POSED TO RUN AWAY WITH THE CONFERENCE TITLE). Play Boys 22 22
Toastmaster: "Today I find myself in a most unusual situ- EAGLES 118 25 LIABILITY INSURANCEMONTHLY
ation. Normally you know, it's the function of the president of POLICIESMONTHLY PAYMENTS
this club to introduce the guest speaker. However, today we Trainers 12 28 NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES
are in a position where we have never had a guest who has beenso Cannon Cockers 12 28
thoroughly introduced to this organization as has our guest Griffins 13 31 AGE 21-24 Marrld$10.40.
been introduced to us. This luncheon marks the twelfth occasion -
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treatment(Polite'scattered applause). R..Nfnii, ft Assoctetts lie.
Coach: "I am most sincere when I say Thank You for inviting 'Roosevclt'Btvd.388.3583
me to speak, before your club. I like it because gives me an BOlds NAS 1st Office N. of Gate 6483
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one thing I miss since leaving'the'business world ten years ago
for the ministry". (The smart coach will then continue for the '
next 45 minutes by discussing current economics or the secterian
world -- the last couple of minutes he may get around to foot-
ball ).
(TO A CCKCH WHO JUST FASHIONED A MAJOR UPSET THE *** FlIII-.. ,
PREVIOUS SATURDAY). V*
Toastmaster: "I give you a most respected leader and grid- 'III ;
iron wizard -- Coach Bruse. :. /
Coach: The best damn game of MY career I call it -- the
boys won against nearly insurmountable odds".
(TO THE SAME COACH IF BEATEN BY A WEAKER TEAM THE
FOLLOWING WEEK). ....
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Toastmaster: I again give you Coach Bruse." ,, ,
Coach Bruse: "After listening to that introduction, you can '
realize what it is to be among friends. ) .

(TO A COACH WITH A 4-40-1 RECORD OVER FIVE YEARS). ...'
Coach: "I should like to give you a statistic. There are 27,000,000 :
people living on farms In the United State s. By a strange alchemyof
democracy, this represents just 27,000,000 votes." (Simple
arithmetic seems a unique way to begin a football review; usuallyit's I y /M tee' ,
total yards rushing, passing, etc. The man only means to .A
say he'll be forsaking coaching for politics next year ).

A1 somewhat sympathetic business executive In the audience, t'\\ "
wanting his peers' attention more than increasing his meager
football knowledge, may ask:
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"How about your team; are they good losers?" 'I" R

Coach: "Good? Sir, they're perfect." 1.,. l Y$

And so as November, 1965 fades Into. nothingness and afteran
and bruises, blocking dum- .. '
especially hard afternoon of bumps '
mies,, pads, tape and memories will be stored for another year.' ','
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Because, you see, they lead a most precarious existence.
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