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Creation Date: December 1, 1966
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December 3, J966 the Naval Air Reserve TralnlngUnlt, aboardthe ger
Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Florida wlllbe Inspected by Rear _
Admiral Richard L. Fowler, tile chief of Naval Air Reserve Training. y r
To perform at the Annual Military Inspection and to honor the 50th
Anniversary of the Naval Air Reserve NARTU Jacksonville has
.f brought the famous U.S. Navy Band from Washington: D.C. L rt
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The U.S. Navy Concert Band is an activity,under the management
control of the Chief of the Bureau of Naval Personnel. It is com-
prised of 85 full time professional Navy musicians.The .

., Navy Band was officially organized and given national.recognition -
I on March 4, 1925 when a special act of congress madeit
the permanent official band of the United States Navy.
SEA CHANTERS
(U.s. NAVY BAND
Since 1948, concert tours have ris, Tenor. officers interred in Arlington 8:30 p.m. at the JacksonvilleCivic sponsored jointly by the Navy and
been conducted semi annuallyand The U. S. Navy Band and. the Cememtery.. It is an indispensable Auditorium and Sunday various civilian organizations.
have carried theband to Can Sea Chanters have been acclaimed part of the Capitol's colorful December 4, 1966, at 3:00 p.m.at Civilian offices organizations
ada, Haiti, South America, and in concerts from coastto parades, welcoming ceremoniesfor the Jacksonville Beach Audi- aiding in the sponsorship Include
throughout the 50 states. coast and both are widely known visiting dignitaries and torium. The Jacksonville Civic the Mayors of Jacksonville and
Featured with the Navy Band and highly regarded in the cultural festive banquets for patriotic Auditorium has a seating capacity Jacksonville Beach, the Navy
will be the famed 20 male voice circles of the entire nation ,organizations convening in of 3400. The Jacksonville League Councils ;Jacksonville
choral group tiThe Sea Chant as well as abroad. ,Washington.In Beaches Auditorium can seat and Jacksonville Beach and the
ers." In addition, featured solo- The performing duties.of the addition to the Annual Military 2,450 persons at a concert. The Armed Services Committee the
ists are Earle Louder on the Euphonium Navy Band and its orchestral unit Inspection, the Navy Band concerts will be open to the public Jacksonville Chamber of Com-
Richard Bain on the are many and varied. Traditionally will play two Golden Anniversary and there will be no charge of merce.
Harmonica Gary Elliott on the the band is present to ,Concerts. The performances will any kind.
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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 this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised. .

VOL. 24 NO,, 36 U., S."'NAVAL AIR STATION/ JACKSONVILLE> FLORIDA DECEMBER '1, 1966 \

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"Oldest City" leader Of The Band' .


INEWSINRIEFI Plays Host ToServicemen

LCDR. Anthony A. Mitchellwill
conduct the United States
Navy Band at the forthcoming

It will be USO Pal Day .again Annual Military Inspection of
First of Nvckar
Amihrarsary SkipsThe for all servicemen in uniform on the NARTU facilities at NAS
Saturday December 10 at Sax, together with two public

first anniversary of the use of nuclear powered ships In combat St. Augustine, Florida and Viet performances In the grater Jack +
will be December 2, 1966. Nam veterans will be especially sonville area.
It was on this day in 1965, that Navy pilots flying from the nuclear honored at 2 p.m. at the Bay LCdr. Mitchell was born and
powered attack aircraft carrier USS Enterprise (CVAN 65)) recordedover Front Band Shell by being made raised in Clearfield, Pa. He
Vietnam. citizens of this ancient started his musical education at
100 missions against enemy targets in honorary
Just prior to launching her first mission Enterprise escorted by city.The an early age, encouraged of talent'bya 'i 4
the nuclear frigate USS Bainbridge[ (DLGN25)) completed a 16,000 day is the 9th annual Pal family background
miles passage from Norfolk, Virginia, to the South China Sea'without Day for the Nation's Oldest City and Interest In good music: rVV- __ -J
;
the need of replenishing at a record speed of better than 20 knots. and all the attractions ,including Joining the Navy in 1936, he f
Despite this record shattering Journey, the embarked Air Groupwas Marineland will open their doors soon climbed to solo clarinetistwith
maintained in such a high state of readiness that the second day free 'to uniformed servicementhat the band concert band and
of.action Enterprise set a new record for combat sorties by a single day starting at 8 a.m.Wives ochestra, as well as leader of
carrier in one day. f families and dates of service per- the popular dance band segment.
The combat capabilities of Enterprise and Bainbridge provideour sonnel who must be in uniform During this time LCdr Mitchell LCDR Anthony A. Mitchell/
of flexi- will also be admitted to the attractions also took a Bachelor of Music
fighting forces with the distinct advantages resiliency, During his naval career he
bility and endurance. The nuclear task force has, added greatlyto free of charge.All Degree from Catholic University,
has musial
D. C. composed many
our nation's capability of responding to threats and distant, cars can be parked free across Washington
Some of his better known
from Ripley Museum on San In July, 1956, he was appointed scores.
operational emergencies. Marco Boulevard. Trailer trainsto Third 'Leader with the rank of works are "Our Nation's Capitol -
the attractions be Warrant Officer. He became Assistant ," "The National Capitol
see can Parks" and the "John F. Kennedy -
Leader In 1960 with the
Free travel -
boarded at this point.
Coittst rank of lieutenant. March."
Military Photoriplnrs shuttle buses at
will prevail on
Lt.Mitchell was appointed LCdr Mitchell is a member of
any time that day to and from Leader of the Navy Band on March the exclusive National Press

Military photographers and Military information personnel are Marineland.food furnished by the USO 1, 1962 and attained his present Club, the American Bandmasters
invited to submit entries In this year's "Military Pictures" of Free rank of lieutenant commander In Association, the National Band
Elks
the
the Year competition. Categories include newsfeature, pictorial, will be available Avenlda Menedexfrom at 1964 by presidential appoint- Association, and the Modern
sports picture story and portrait. Only black and white photos Lodge 20 3 ment. Music Masters Honor Society.What's .
taken this year will be considered. Entries must be Postmarked 12 noon to p.m.Dependents
only of deployed' .
no later than January IS, 1967, and submitted to: Professor Clinton
Edom, Journalism Annex, Room .27A, School of Journalism, ,University service personnel can attend pro-
of Missouri Columbia, Missouri 6520. vided they have their dependents
I. D. Cards and proof of deployment InsideARE
or If husband definitely has

HAS tostdts Drive Salt Program duty.Some of the many attractions
available free of charge to ser WE FORGETTING?. . . . .Page 2
vicemen and their families are as NATTC BEHIND THE SCENE. . . Page 4
"Drive Safe" is an Important, continuing program requiring attention follows: CIVIL SERVICE NEWS. . . . .Page 5
,-effort and action by all levels of command; the best Insurance A PLACE FOR SICK 'SAILORS. . ."Pages 6.7

against automobile accidents is the desire and determination of each Fountain of Youth, 155 Magolla CLERGYMEN IN UNIFORM. . . . .Page 8
driver to be a "Safe Driver" To assist in creating that desire
Ave.Old . . 9
and determination in all hands for the hoUday'period, the General Jail 157 San Marco Ave. ENTERTAINMENT . Page

Safety Superintendent will assist the Florida Highway Patgol Safety. Mission of Nombre De Dios, CLASSIFIED ADS . . .' . Page 9
Education Officer in presenting a film program at NAS. Ocean Street CECIL FIELD 'SPORTS. . . . -Page JONAS

27 Believe It or Not Museum SPORTS. . . . . .Pages 7 If12
The lecture and film program will be presented each day, Monday Ripley's
through Friday during the week of December 12, 1966 at 9:30 a.m. 19 San Marco Ave.
and 1:30 p.m. in the NAS Theatre, Building 612, Each session will
last about one hour. ContInued on Page 2



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St. Edward's Chapeland B Portico of church 7.SI..1 S t1 V W b '
December 7, 1941 is a day that all Americans shall always re- 12.ftderal agency 9 Wages Uppermost d
member. It has been called a "day of infamy" and shall always (Inll) part r I d
serve as a shocking reminder of the price a nation must pay for NovaHospital/ 13-turns track around Lubricate 3 S
of being and alert. 11.8ey.ac.' B d Z d b
the costly error unprepared not 14.Labor for
SUNDAY MASSES 17.Symbol d b a16Tend
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Today the United States is considered as the most powerful 15 Sa ogle cerium 1
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nation on the face of the earth.; It is a relative impossibility Hospital Edward's- 0630 II-Rtduc..to 19.Printer' S d b v
St. measure
that another disaster such as Pearl Harbor could ever be re- rubble 22.Decay rs
-e900 & 1100
peated. But there is another trend in this country that shouldbe Chapel 20Profound21Indefinite 24.Symbol for
noticed, namely that Pearl Harbor and the atrocities that article. tantalum25Region 33-Grain 45.Den
DAILY MASSESSt. 36-Brother of Odin 4ls mistaken47ln
occurred there seem merely an old memory=; one which Js Edward's: 23-Greenland 22-T ings. in I law 26..Pose.sive& 3)-Shy favor of48Uncooked
waning with each passing year. settlement27Greek 27.ealk: 38-Buy back40Gives
Monday thru Friday 1130, 49--Girl' name
up
are concerned with such issues as the letter
Americans today space 28.Pack 41Greek letter 50-National
Saturday: - - 0900 away
race, Vietnam the National Debt, the National Football League Preposition Evergreen tree Spanish. for Aeronautic
Christmas shopping, the Rose Bowl Game, the next door neigh- Naval Hospital.: 31-Near- rap 30-Crafty. ',e." Association
Friday -1205 : 32 Reads 44 Blunt end ,(abbr.)
;
bor's new car, a haircut for the expensive poodle next Satur- 32.Hole
day night's date the draft, the retirement of Sandy Koufax green CATECHISM CLASSES 33 Aged34Teutonic
deity 1 4 5 6 7 II' 10"
stamps the late, late show and who will be the next opponentto Chapel Annex Building 722: 35lid37A: 2 3

challenge the crown of Cassius QaytPerhaps Saturday's 1000 Ethiopian month title 12 13 14
it is better that Americans think of these things rather 39Pitcher40Temporary
than the things which happened in the past. Shakespeare once DIVINE SERVICES bed U 16 I 17.

wrote "the evil men do lives after them the good is oft Interred PROTESTANTAll 42-Employed 4IHebre.l.tter ii- 19 ->> 20
with their bones." Thus it is better to forget the evil of the past Saints Chapel 44.Move sidewiseexecutive
rather than to harbor unjust prejudice and hatred. SUNDAY'S S14)-Chief.Organof ::<< 21 22 RS < 2J 24 2S 26

Yet what shall we do? We can never, and.should never forgetthe 0800 --Holy Communion hearing
27 2$ r<<> 29 30
men who gave their lives that day trying to protect their 0930 & 1100Divine Worship 52 Rant R'S' (
country and their freedom. Yet there is another fact that shouldbe 53'Jacob Brother of 31 32 JJ 34

even more acute in our minds, namely that Americans are SUNDAY SCHOOL 54-Goddess of
their lives that continue to enjoy freedom healing 3J 36 37 ::5 38
again giving up so we may 0930 ------Chapel Annex 55-ls, ,In debt
and that our land need never feel the terrible spoils of war ,Building 522 56Pierce57Title 39 >>;: 40 QQ 41
or attack. All the other things which we may have on our minds of respect > < -
are normal and good, but they would only be thoughts, secretive WEDNESDAY'S' (abbr.) 42: 43 : 44 4S 46
and wishful if we did not have one other which must always remain 1900 .Choir Rehearsal DOWN -
47 48 49 50 51
paramount namely our struggle to maintain democracy in THURSDAY ienul'oi '
our land as well as throughout the world. mapl'l. 52 S3 54
2000 Christian
With the passing of Thanksgiving and the coming of Christmas, Science Service 2.Unit of Italian
of loved who in the SECOND MONDAY of Each currency "oS !) ; S6 7
many of us are thinking friends and ones are Month 3-Japancse shout : X>O- : : : :
service and shall be away from home for these happy holidays. 0930 Chapel Women's Guild of felicitation' _

Again, it is most noble to think of these servicemen and women (Small Chapel) r,, Uu U A,tk"rln4 Sirvlc NtotMMt Oily."
but also we should be mindful ,of what they are doing. We thinkof
sending them gifts and presents yet there is another entity U. S. NAVAL HOSPITAL
that we should also send them, our support praise and prayers. Sunday's -, - 100o. U.S. NAVY BAND Continued from Page 7
. In the United States we have the freedom to hold whatever political
views we may desire. They may differ from what is in force CECIL FIELD The musical programs for ot concert music and songs by the
and practice, yet we still may believe and advocate them. Thereis these performances have been Sea Chanters. .
however one fact that we may not disagree with, namely, what TodayPROTEST prepared by the Leader of the ((3)) 15 minute intermission
our ,servicemen are doing for' us and our country. On this point Choir Practice United States Navy Band LCdr. ((4)) 45-50 minutes of con-
there is no dispute and there must never be. Thus regardless of Sunday- at 7 p. 'm. Anthony A.Mitchell. They have cert music and the Chanter's

the situation of politics support to our men who may be fighting for or, maintaining'' the.. .Chapel Sunday, .Service School at: *-'9:30 10:30: p. m.' .,appropriate to.the occasionbeing The concert:: ,performances by
peace that is So dear tous, all. Communion the first. a.m.: celebrated the 50th Annivers ry the U. S..Navy Band will be presented -,
Sundayof of the U. S. Naval Air Reserveas to the people of Jacksonville -
Thus, December 7, 1966 should remind us all of freedom and the month. well as the desires of this Beach and the surrounding -
glory but more importantly our obligation to give support and music loving community on the communities as a token of
encouragement to those who are forever placing their lives in Daily- CATHOLIC threshold of the'Christmas seas- appreciation to the tremendous

peril or jeopardy so as to provide us with our freedom, prosperity 11:20 Mass support hospitality and coopera-
and the peace that ""we seek to enjoy and extend to our a. m. on.The sequence of events for eachof tion which the people of this com
fellowmen during this holiday period. Let us forget the evil that 8 Sunday-and the public concerts will be as munity have always given the
men did, and remember the good that they are doing now. Letu fessions a.m.heard noon before Mass Con- follows: ((1)) Advance of Colors Navy both here and world -w de.
hope that days of Infamy will always belong to the past, and that each Mass. National Anthem. (2) 45 minutes
the present and the future may be days of peace and freedom.Chaplains .
OLDEST CITY Continued from Page 1 I

Traffic Violations Oldest Wooden School House, Route 1 Nonh: ",

St. George St. Potter's Wax Museum 1
Message The following is a report of Museum of Yesterday's Toys King Street
motor vehicle accidents and traffic St. George St. Gatorland Alligator Farm

violations for the period Nov. Plaza of the HispanicGardens Route 1 Nonh '
Preparing For Christmas 22 Nov. 28.Number St. George St. USO aides will be on hand to
of Accidents assist visitors'at all these and
This Week aboard station9 Lightner Municipal Museum many other exhibits that will be
Included in the happiness that abounds during the Christmas Total Accidents this year throughNov. King St. open to all during this year'sPal
Season is also the prearaticn for it. Formany of us, the major 28 .' St. Augustine Alligator Farm Day.
concern lies in getting leave and arranging transportation order Number of Accidents this year
to' get to our homes where we can share'the joyfulness the through November 1965 227
season with our relatives and close friends. For'most opus Total number of days since last
there comes the hectic ,but enjoyable searching,for the right injury in a motor vehicle11
gifts for family and friends; others will be anticipating the Christmas Number of Violations ANYONE WISHING TO SUBMIT COM
panics and the feasting and merriment that goes with the This Week .38 MENTS REGARDING THE WEEKLY EDI-
--8 TORIAL IS INVITED TO SEND THEIR
relaxation of the holiday. Speeding------- LETTERS TO EDITOR JAX AIR NEWS,
it, be remembered' that the full of Christmas' Reckless Driving .- -1 ALL ATTEMPTS WILL BE MADE TO
Put must meaning Going through Stop Sign -5 PUBLISH THESE COMMENTS TOGETHERWITH
is not only, a time of family reunions, ,friendly panics or the exchanging Other Violations .27 THE EDITOR'S ANSWER.
of gifts .- exciting as these may be. We can be said Twenty :Two drivers ap p6ar- '
to be; ready for Christmas when one further :Ingredient has been ed before the: Traffic Hearing.' "\ /
,added in our preparation. This is to be able to'see.the true mean Board at the meeting held on 1

ing of Christmas through the maze of department store windows Nov. 29. Disposition of the cases

.or ornately decorated,Christmas trees. ,Christmas means the birthday included the following: Three
,of Jesus;. called! 'the Annointed One 'or the Christ. Christmas lost driving and parking privi-
means ,Christ and His Coming. This Is the event that we celebrate leges aboard 'station for various
during this season and to let anything else overshadow this event periods One was assigned to a AX AIFf NEWS
would be to lose,the true meaning of,the day. complete: an eight- hour,coursein
In order to truly perceive the significant meaning of Christmas remedial driving at NATTC;

it is necessary to hear' again the glorious happenings concerning Three were assigned to completea The JAX AIR HEWS is a Civilian Enterprise News
the binh of Jesus. This can be achieved in many ways from the six hour cours in remedial distributed each
the U. S. Naval
paper Thursday at Air
listening of Christmas carols in depanment stores to the actual driving at Jax Police Academy
,
reading of the account ;as described by the Holy Scriptures. .One Seven received suspensions;Nine Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing
truly magnificent way of learning of the birth of Christ is by listen- were given warnings; Two dismissed Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use In
ing to it being sung by a great musical organization -- singing the none fined ( U. S. Com- the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
greatest of all oratories "The Messiah". missioner); and four referred Affairs Office, Box 2, HAS Jacksonville, by 'noon

commanding officers for possible on Monday before publication. News item are welcomed/
So too at the Naval Air station Jacksonville, "The Messiah"is disciplinary Action. Eighteen from all EV
sourcesTelephone 9.7711 Ext. 8162-
to be performed at the All Saint's Chapel on December 11, drivers received total of 32traf- ,
1966 at 7:30 p.m. It will be sung by the Beaches Choral Societyof ,fic points. Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and
Jacksonville Beach under the direction of Mr. Barnes E. Sale, queries concerning such should be directed to: :
Jr. The beaches Choral society fast becoming one of the outstanding The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 BI/an ding Blvd.

music organizations in the Southeast, is made up of a Buy Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone/ 387 4451 ,
chorus of sixty voices, and twenty-five instruments. Soloists 'r,
include some of the finest in the Jacksonville area. '
.
In preparing for Christmas and its deepest meaning begin by Bonds VOL. 24 NO. 36 DECEMBER 1, 1966 \

gathering with your friends to hear "The Messiah" on December .
11, 1006 at 7:30 p.m in the All Saints' Chapel.



JAX4AIR HEWS/AFTERaURH Pag*.3


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NEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY
In line with the current cam- From PC2 FRED H. BUR-
paign being conducted aboard DETTE, JR. of Admin., "The
Cecil Field, the "If Ya Ask Us" giving of By Sharon Arnold, Librarian
reporter this week was "out for blood is an
blood". We found that the idea example of Time on your hands? Pay a TERRITORIAL IMPERATIVE!; bomb the UN. ..
of giving blood, like God and human feel- visit to your station library. by R. Ardrey. The author of Other new books include::THE '
country, receives almost unan- ing in the You'll find a number new books the stimulating and controver- RUNNING BACK by Tex Maule'-
imous endorsement. On Decem- United States on the shelves ,including these--- sial AFRICAN GENESIS now An exciting story of professional
ber 13 we hope;:%.' see this belief today. If aisabletogive THE TIME BETWEEN THE presents "A personal inquiry football; FLYING SAUCERS -
WARS Armistice to Pearl Harbor into the animal of SERIOUS BUSINESS F. Edwards -
origins by
into action property
put 1. not only person _________
,
,
by the people] whose opinions appear by J. Daniels. This is a and nations" developingthe What is the truth about
below, but also by all those BUKDETTE. survey of American history from idea that human .moralitY the strange objects? ON THE
whom we didn't get around to in- blood, it should be given. As a Wilson's administration through and behavior are derived from an ICE by P. Clarke? The story
Franklin D. Roosevelt's second instinctual drive and hold of the
terviewing.CPL. personal example, my father had to gain Navy's "Operation Deep
JOSEPH L. CONNENN, to have eight pints',of blood just term. Using a reminiscent and territory.The Freeze" FIGHTING UNDER
Jr., Marine Barracks, NAS Cecil recently. Due to people; like you ,anecdotal rather than analytical SPY IN THE OINTMENTby THE., SEA by D. Madnjure The
Field: "I feel and theblood was Immediate- approach, Daniels concentrateson D. Westlake. A fast and fun- story of submarines in wan and
me.
that giving ly'available. YES, I'm all for it." politics, with incidental treat- ny thriller about a. dedicated THE, Jm"Q OF THE MEMPHIS..
! blood should be BETTY JO SMITH''Personnel ment of cultural and sociological pacifist who Inadvertently becomes by Captain E. L. Beach, USN -
made manda- Clerk in I & E, says "I think developments. His familiarity Involved with a, fanatical One'of the most grotesque tragedies -
tory for aU with the events and personalitiesof group of terrorists planning to in recorded naval histroy.
servicemenand y ? giving blood the period is evident in the
civilians is a good idea many personal details, including
that are able. for those who gossip, with which he embellishes 2 at VA-81 AdvanceTwo I
CONNEN ,* are healthyand his report. .
Upon reading a the Intermediate Maintenance
able to THE SEARCH FOR AMELIA advancements in rating
Jacksonville newspaper the other donate blood.Especially .. EARHART by If. goerner. The were reported this week from, Activity as an electronics tech-
day, I learned that a Marine ician for A4E Skyhawk electrical
I story tells of the author's six- Cecil-based Attack ,Squadron .
platoon had found American-do- feel like year search for a final answerto Eighty One, now deployed aboard components. He i Is the
nated bood from Berkeley,California son of Mr. and Mrs. T.W. Weeksof
those with the SMITH the mystery of the disappearance the USS Shangri-La In the Medi-
in a Viet Cong village. of Amelia Earhart during terranean Sea. Joaquin, Texas.'Advanced .
This was a disgusting sight, I'm of blood which her round to Aviation Or-
rare types some- the- world flight I. ,
sure but it should not put a curbon dnanceman Second Class Petty
times the 1937
mean difference be- in with F. Noonan. What
blood donations in the United Officer LEASURE
CECILD'
was ,
tween life and death, should happened to Amelia Earhart?
States now. There are a lot of donate." ? who also works on the A4E"Sky-
Was she simply lost at sea "
servicemen involved in the Vietnamese From DEL hawk. AO2 LEASURE is the
JEAN TORTO, Was she captured by the Japanese -
conflict who are in dire Editor of the AFTERBURNER. : ? The book is illustratedwith son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil
need of blood. Most of the men I'm one who photographs. Leasure of Evansville, Indiana.
that are in the armed forces faints if I '
now have already seen, or will swat a mos r 9p
see, action in theFar East and quito. But... ,
they will be counting on our blood since I have GIVEBLOOD
to keep them moving." been working ,
SH2 JOHN W. BURNETT, "I with the Mili-
would like to give blood, but I tary, the impression -
can't. I have I
known of too DEL TORTO

many men's have gotten is that military men WEEKS
lives being regard as "cream'puffs", first, Receiving( congratulationsfrom
saved by hav- civilians, and second, women. his commanding officer
ing the right Being both, I guess this makesme Dec.: 1311!!: Cmdr. E.A. Grunwald.md an advancement
type and quan- a double'"cream puff".Whenit to Aviation Elec-
tity of blood on| was suggested that the AFTERBURNER tronics Technician Petty Officer
I J hand. Ibelieve BURNETT "push" the current Second Class was TRIBBLE J. .
that it is up to blood drive,,,I was willing to do WEEKS. Weeks is assigned to 'I LEASUItE ,' I
'" us" the lie J.thY'ones'-- provide Just 'that -- ,"push".but not J 4 w"
the blood to save lives. "participate". a
ATNAN Gary Kuhn of VA.- However, after thinking it over, introducesthe :

'," 36 says, "I think It's a very this "cream puff,has decided to; ... Norefco.' .,. .. ... ..',,; ,.. ., "

__ good idea to be'on hand December: to make I ..., \" .,...., ", t, ,. .I'. I .
:,
her donation. BUT..1THERE: IS
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Rive blood., ,.: Tripleheader.w ,. .
'
ONE CONDIT10Nthat
: I'vebeenstationed ,along with A, h" .I'' .1 '1\, :-4't t .
at me and also making donations;
other places will be Lt.J.g.) C.O. McCauley,
where blood'. JO1 Robert Hunter. SN William
donationcampaigns Riggs and SN Terry Weber.
How about It, MEN???

were carried
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yrs. .
,
.... .. out with great success. To me : .' ) 'J .
,
'.. reenllsted. ;., f .. :
it's reassuring to know that blood ADJi L.W. Barks l "
will be available if'and when you last week at NAS Cecil Field ,'-ft, .. ; p r{

need it." for an additional four years. : ",
This Is Barks' second reen- ,,., '
Bonded, listment since Joining, the Navy ,'< '': .. ',\ % ;. ;:> '...': :
September 1957. I .' ':,
When Iheee nuptial bond are Barks, a veteran of two years '
tied make them extra strong' at Keflavik, Iceland, is the son I ,
-add your wife as coowneror of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Barks of
Daisey, Missouri. He .is pre- .
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Behind The SceneBy HardheadedEnemies



IJell Fondlnqsland NAVNEWS..The Viet,Cong are

PHAN Jan Ellis of the NATTC Photo Lab, was named honor man finding out that U.S. Navymen
of leadership class 66-L during graduation ceremonies November make hardheaded enemies.At .
23. He led his class with 1353.02 points and an average of 90.20 least one of them must be ; ;

Class 66-L was made up of non-rated men from NATTC, NAS, convinced of it.
Cecil Field, and the U.S. Naval Hospital., He shot a sailor from the Naval
Leadership School, which teaches the fundamentals of military Support Activity Detachment In ra"yrv;
the back of the head while the !
leadership, was formerly a two week school but has now been
extended to three weeks. Njwyman was driving a truckin

Chief R.T. Whitman, one of bllity as Instructor." a convoy.
And all Charlie could see wasa
the instructors conducted his Since reporting to NATTC In
acceleration by the truck.
rapid
will be relievedfor
last class and
November 1964, Stiefel has com- Inside the cab YN2 Peter T.
transfer EMI L.C. Smith.
by pleted an English course and two Koehler-Pfotenhaver of Forest

Capt. Thomas B. Ellison, economics extenstion courses at Hill, N.Y. was thanking his stars
officer St. John's River college In an
NATTCs commanding and stepping on the gas. _
spoke at the graduation and pre- effort to further his education.He The .30 caliber bullet had

sented completion certificates. Is currently enrolled In ar creased his wrist, hit the backof
........ advanced English course and a
his head, and dropped harm
AE1 David H.Stiefel,an AE"A" college algebra course. lessly to the seat. Apparentlyit
instructor, has been selected as As a collateral duty, StiefelIs had run out of steam. Bks.rG' Seaman

NA TIC's serviceman of the the manager of the phase coffee The young sailor was bewildered -

month for October 1966. mess which serves approximately for a few seconds butdidn't
500 people He handles Wins 2nd BEQ Award"On
"Petty Officer Stiefel was selected figure on waiting around
for serviceman of the Inventories, money collectng and to try his luck again.
paying out, bookkeeping and mon "You all I
the basisof might say thoughtof
month competition on attention to duty and lad-
thly auditing. the basis of personal motivation,
the heck of
high perfor- was getting out
his consistently "Petty Officer Stiefel Is con- there," Is the pragmatic ershlp In setting a good example of neatness and cleanlness In the
mance as a Navy Instructor and SN Thomas Mackson, of
sidered and outstanding citizen, he describes the Incident Bachelor Enlisted Quarters of NAS.Jax
petty officer. Stiefel takes tremendous family man and Navy petty of- which way occured halfway between Barracks "G", was selected as Bachelor Enlisted Quarters Honorman
pride in his abilitiesas ficer." of the Month for October.
Tho and
an instrucotr and was a candidate As "Serviceman of the Month" My The Saigon.raced the Capt. Martin J. Stack, NAS CO, presented Mackson with a cita-

in the Schoolmaster of Stiefel 'will receive a letter of of the convoy way into My Tho rest and tion and a special 72 hour liberty, In recognition of the award.In .
the Year trials. Students and
commendation, a $50 savings after brief treatment, Koehler- a letter of congratulationsto
supervisors alike are quick to bond, and a trip to scenic St. Pfotenhaver returned to duty. Mackson's parents, Mr. and of outstanding Inspection sheets

praide Sciefel's exceptional a- Augustine for him and his fami- Located on the Mekong riverin Mrs. Robert Massey, Jr., of .. .it is strongly recommended

ly courtesy of the USO council the Delta region of the Republic North Braddock, Pal Capt.Stack that he be selected as BEQ Hon-
;IhI.t':4M4: of St. Augustine and St. Johns the detachment provides stated In part, "This unique orman of the Month of October.*'

County, the city of St. Augustineand repair, logistics and administrative and highly prized award was madeon The purpose of the award Is
M.ri'fta the various attractions there. support for the Navy's the basis of Thomas's personal to give recognition to those who
small boat operations against the motivation . which reflects show "outstanding achievements
Viet congo much credit upon himself and the and conduct withing theBachelor -
ATTENTION MILITARY United States Naval Service Enlisted Quarters aboard this
; ; In the recommendations madeto command."
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PERSONNELLeshisRutYeerHus.. Tips For Maillig the Leacershlp and Morale

Board, the Habitability I Committee -
OUTBOARDS stated, "From the daily Inspection I News ForWomen I
The tlfcht money market male*. Christmas Cards sheets, 'SN Thomas
+ Boats Motor. It difficult to seli houses at *
: fair price. At the same Urn Mackson had the largest number
there has been a noticeable Increase '
Traitors in the demand for rental (NAVNEWSAChrlstmas,
properties. Accordingly, In the card Is a symbol of good will.

SaUs&Strvlct current selling market can,not renting only insteadof be prudent Be sure that you are thoughtful JaxUnlversityAnnouncesHew J.O.W.C.Te ._
but can also offer tax and I' In ordering, signing and sending >
investment advantages. regular meeting, of theJ.
WYe: 17 ORANGE DON'T SELL AT A LOSS and your cards. O. W. C. Board was held on
then worry about the propertybeing The following article is con- ,
foreclosed and you becoming November 28, In the Walnut Room
2449835WESTSIDE.. responsible for deficiency sidered the proper manner that
a of the Officers'Club Presideing
judgement.LET should be used: Major) For Next Fal!I
at the meeting, was Mrs. D. W.
US RENT YOUR HOUSE Address envelopes by hand. Kellerman.New .
FOR YOU AND WORRY ABOUT Re check addresses. Use ZIP
ALL THE REPAIRS AND MORT A major International affairs representatives welcomed
GAGE PAYMENT&. until them.rk.t CODE numbers. Return addresses will be established next fall at at the meeting were Mrs. Paul
improves.LeeisF. should be on upper left hand Jacksonville Wilbur and
University, ju Rae, Mrs. Harley
! corner. Most of all, write legi- President Robert H. Spiro an- Mrs. David Carruth.

I.slrt bly.Cards nounced. Farewells were extended to
should be made or boughtby
Mrs. H. B. Stott, Mrs. M. D.
1l Realtor December 1. Printed or en- The new major will be added to Marsh and Mrs. D. W. Medera.
graved cards by November 15th. the more than 20 existing major The. date for the December
So If you do not have thembynowIt areas of study offered by the Uni Social function was announcedby

771-6877 or 771-1902 Is time to get busy.A versity. Mrs. T. B. Ellison. The function -

Evenings 771-9225 or 771-0078 handwritten note should be will be a luncheon, held Dec.
added to printed engraved cards "Theofl ringof amajorln international -
3700 Lane Avenue South 7, with Mrs. Rhea Etherington, a
when sending to a close friend or affairs Is, In part, a water color artist from West
Why not get a relative. response to Increasing local Interest ,Hartford Conn. .
as guest.
100%guaranteedused Sign your complete name in international trade and speaker.

car? there are millions of Johns and port development and a recognition Reservations must be made by

d'why' it Marys. of America's leading role December 6, at 12 Reser-
not get from us' We p.m.
Ire our used cars the Volk.wac.n .- When the complete family Is In the world today, Spiro said. vations chairmen are Mrs.B. .
16-point Safety and Per-
ormance Ineoectlon. If.thev n the listed, the father s name should The University{ already pos F. Keply and Mrs. V. Quil-
"md we' completely guarantee recondition 1007* the repair be first, followed by the mother'sand sesses the essentials for such a len and Mrs. R.. J. Lindeman
replacement of alt major. mechinlcel then the children
p.rt.for 30 days or 100 accordingto program Including necessary library will take reservations "for wivesof
nlles.3etter. age. holdings, existing courses, retired "officers.MARINE .
than the "wepayhalfyouayhalf" Send a card husband and wife
and members of the
> deals you hear about, faculty competent -
sn't It.nctn. ? even if you knowonlyoneof them, in this area. A WIVES CLUB
courseIn
-'. transmission rest
unless it Is 'semi-business
axle front axle assemblies a International law will be added -
rake system .l.ctrical systetr card. In that case, send It to the next year.' The Marine Wives Club held a
t office address. meeting November 21with guest

5VWSts.Wi.U9544VWStt.Wi.1450 t Red and green Inks are accept- The speaker Warrant Officer Knepp.
able and attractive for signing will make Interdisciplinary use of major Magazines, soap and toothpastewere

and addressing Christmas cards. already offered In many the govern-courses Vietnam.The collected. for- men serving In

ment and history majors. University
+ next gathering for the
4VWKsHbi...._1295 sider that officials, however, con- Marine Wives Club will be a
courses offered
3 YW !Kerhi! ((2).1) 095 THEmock other departments, Including religion by- duled Christmas for December Dinner Party 5. sche

sociology, economics,and For Information and
reserva-
63 YW Cerper..12l5') major.geography are important for this tions, call Mrs.Betty JeanBock,

TERRACE president, at 264 6272.

63 YW Don!I. Cab Son Juanat

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1 ft 2 Bedrooms
lVWC..iw..995 Garden Type Apartments C)11I's! GENERATORSSTARTERS

with Country Club liar

WESTSIDEVOIKSWAGEHJHC.. Kitchens atmosphere equipped with G-E ft ALTERNATORS

Ranges & Refrigerators

Individual Air Conditioning Relent
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and Heating by G-E Jfe

Drapes furnished Qwriity it I Fair' Price
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carry out a law passed ear It was not intended nor antici-
lier this year, the Civil Service pated by the law that the rescheduling Back Pay Regulations Y01 11111/III
Commission has approved regu- of the work week for
lations under which Federal educational purposes would result Gives '
managers may vary anemploy- in actual cost to the Govern- Worker ,Recourse .
ee's work week so he can attend ment.
school. Guidelines have been Issued Most employees work. a Regulations to administer the has been taken which terminatedor .
to help managers and em- straight day shift, but some departments Back Pay Act of 1966 have been decreased all or pan of the S1t
ployees understand and apply the have regularly sched- issued by the Civil Service Com- pay allowances, or differentialsof NTSCONVENIENTLY
regulations. uled shifts which pay night dif- mission. \ an employee.
Under the regulations,the head ferential. If the employee, in The Back Pay Act extends, on 2. The personnel action has
of a department may authorizea order to attend school, volun- a more uniform and equitable been made the subject of review
special tour of duty of not teers for and:! is assigned to' a basis, the previous legal pro- by appropriate authority, either LOCATED
less than 40 hours to permitan regularly scheduled shift for visions for restoring to an employee because of a timely appeal by the NEAR BOTH BASES
employee to take one or more which night differential would the pay and other benefitshe employee or because the appropriate '
courses in a college, university, be paid whether the employeeor lost by an unjustified or unwarranted authority, on its own Ini- Only Min/ to Cecil & HAS
or other educational institution some other employee worksit action that is later tiative, decided to review the .
when four determinations are he will receive premium com corrected by proper authority.Net personnel action. UNITS
71 J
made: pensation because the rescheduling result is that an employeewill
1. The courses being taken was not solely for his benefit. be "made whole"financially 3. The personnel action has 1,2&3BEDROOM
must not be training under the However if the departmenthas for pay and employment rights oeen found by the appropriate APARTMENTS
Government Employees Train- no regularly scheduled shift lost or diminished because of an authority to be unjustified or un- .
ing Act. Time in which warranted.
spent training warrants premium payand improper action.
under that Act is considered pan the employee is assigned hoursof For a Federal worker tobe en- 4. A corrective action, con- ALL APTS HAVE:
of the employee's hours of duty; duty which would otherwise titled to the benefits of the Back sistent with applicable laws or e WALL-TO-WALL
thus a department already has entitle him to such premium com- Pay Act, all of the following occurrences regulations has been authorizedby CARPETSDRAPES
the authority to reschedule an pensation, he will not be paid must have taken place: the appropriate authority as .
employee's hours of duty. Con- premium compensation since the 1. An official personnel action a consequence of Its decision. CENTRAL &
AIR
sequently rescheduling of the rescheduling would be solely for HEAT
of his benefit. UTILITY ROOM
employee's tour duty under
this new authority is neither Wo'uldYou: Believe' PORCH .
necessary nor permitted.
2. The of 8U U.S, .,, Swimming Pool & Complete/
rearrangement an ) '" : <. 'fo.r the
employee's, tour of duty mustnot Sayings, 71 best deal: in auto; scooter, Laundry Facilities
appreciably intereTere with Bonds ,
the accomplishment of the work or'home.(mobile,,too) ;insurance '. Near Schools Both Privatand
required to be performed. Parochial
3. Additional costs for per- "n.to: n, ; aU"ordrop.by. & Shopping Center
sonal services will not be in .
curred. For example, the department 6756 103rd STREET
would not be permittedto ail a IUI. ArtSha.w PHONE. 771-8844
pay a supervisor overtime tc AGENCY .
supervise the employed whose DON'T WAIT '112/ NORMAN Y BLVD*, ((OpppSffeWofc389jOS i )' : / RESIDENT MGR.-APT 7
work was rescheduled to include # D. W. Priest, USN (Ret)
hours after normal work hours. 4, 'TIL THE WE SPf CML/tf' / : WSURAHCe FOR MILITARY/
4. Completion of the course NIGHTI.FORI.
I should equip the employee foi 1I ...
more effective work in,the de
partment. The course taken nee SHOP EARLY
not be essential nor directly related '
to the work of the agency AND. .. GET
but it should equip the employs '.. .... '. ,THe" ;BESTIhLak.
for more :effective ,work In tht
agency. \:
The regulations provide that Shore
the department may not,pay pre-
r
mium pay to the employee solely !CYCLE SHOP y _
because the special tour of duty Scott Robertson, USN (Rut) 't .
causes the employee to work on 505 Timothy Lane _
a day, or at a time during the
day, for which premium pay would PHONE 388-0612 _
otherwise be payable. Open til 9PM Mon. & Fri. ___

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Wednesday December 7 7966. To '
arrange 'an appoint
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ls' ''':'.,, 't' t (December 4)) from Noon to 9 P.M. or MONDAY (December -
j. '. .t ,.. '- Mama's Baby 5)) from 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. at (904)) 354-0112 (Jack-
sonvllle). Toll/ calls accepted.
Too Hot For
.Dad li unable to visit with u. at this time,please direct your rrsiimr to Mr.Jerk Lindon, IIO>.EYU'KM.:!
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detect o well hidden tllntts.
produced over 7700 X ray pictures last month pharmacy*

TREATMENT, OF INJURIES and Illness// Is the most', Impor. I W .- --S --pc-1r:* S

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. JrEID PHYSICAL,EXAMINATIONS are conducted 'to the tune of about of readiness to handle 5 ,
700 month" and all Perhaps a dog is man's best anyemer 5.
per are thorough mould"
and two
.... very friend most of the time,but almost gency from treating a seriously ROLL UP YOUR SLEEVE open' your are com :j
will that when injured accident victim to prescribing mon phrases everyone knows by now. S
anyone agree
jLMAv'rfl1i; ; \ ii'm the man doesn't' feel too well, an aspirin for a mild S BEDROOMS3BATHS ":
\ k' \\1/I"I-/ ,MILITARYAUTO his best friend 'is his doctor. headache.A .
LIABILITY INSURANCE, A sailor is certainly r exception fact, the crew'of NAS sick OPEN E
bay treated well over five-thousand -
to that rule. Just where
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NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES Why, sickbay< ,of course. 1 alone I Their well stocked pharmacy .
stands ready to
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AGE 21-24 Married$$10.40 mo. The S NAS Dispensary, commanded anything from a bottle of cough S ff M Per mo ,
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AGE2124 Single$$12.80 mo.Rob.rt and Commander L.A.Herrmann, and complex drugs.. For those Many'Different Flocr Plans
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pensary is in a constant.state immunization shots in the month I COUPON .
ONE '
BRING IN THIS FOR CHURCH* TREES:
JANE BE NIMBLE JACK BE QUICK '. S S of October alone. Get the point? '

OUR CHRISTMAS CLUB WILL DO THE TRICK! --"ROLL i1!OUT:' I THE I:i i BARREL"JT :! The e. STORY AND PHOTOS by Z MAN'S SUIT(or PLAIN ONE)LADY'S DRESS 0 Z B.tw..n 55. 5 555 5 --v.

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The Navy Chaplain, j : : ;l",





A Clergyman In Uniform



"I officiate at several religious --
services and thinks himself a (hero tie is local charitable institutions
on Sundays
simply too busy. Christian, Buddhist, and secular.
the week in
throughout rarely
In addition to serving the Marines These become the objects of re
a chapel, but rather preaching, on the battlefield, Navy ligious concern.
visiting and counseling out on chaplains are also, in the time- the
But in ministering to man
the hills and in the valleys/
honored tradition, ministering to of the present conflict, the chap-
This statement from a Navy
men on the sea. Aboard aircraft L---
lains are simply doing something
ta ;
with the Marine
chaplain on duty
carriers, for example, chaplains they have done for almost two
Corps in Vietnambest illustrates regularly confront the tensions centuries.
:the difference in a clergyman associated with combat
missions. When the United States Navy
serving a peacetime congrega- They pray silently for men in was established a total allow-
tion and a chaplain serving one the aircraft the
during excitementof ance of nine chaplains was
fighting a war. If the men are the launching of strikes and authorized to provide a religious
.
unable to come to church, then talk quietly with the crew and ministry. This figure has fluc-
the chaplain that the church
goes to them.sees supporting units during the long tuated over the years depending IF THE MEN ore unable to come to church, then the chaplain; '
that
wait follows. on the need; that the church to them. services held
Religious
And getting there' can range sees goes are
And one by one,with each land
,from bumming a ride.on a heli- ing', they thank God for the safe In the early days of the Navy, very Sunday but rarely In a chapel.SMALLER .
most ship's captains appointedone
to trudging miles througha
copter return of the men. On rare occasions -
of the crew to perform the
rice paddy to reach
or jungle
a plane fails to return. .
functions of chaplain. The
chap-
men at some lonely.outpost. When the sad news is passed, all 7
lains were the ship's secretariesand
Chaplain John Graven, Force
hands pause in prayer to a departed -
it was frequently this writing LJFM
Chaplain, Fleet Marines Force shipmate.Religious .
ability which made them eligibleto
Pacific, stated on his teturn service isn'ttheonly
be chaplain rather than any
from Vietnam, "No previouswar aspect of the chaplain's job. He /
ministerial qualifications. In addition -
in the history' of our coun- :
is the reminder of home, of
Navy chaplains were regarded
try has demonstrated such a church and God,and is the sourceof
,definite need for as teachers and were
spiritual minis-
strength and inspiration. He
for
the instructionof
responsible
try to Marines in combat. The ,counsels the recipients of "DearJohn"
greatest problem facing the fighting midshipmen. ,
letters, breaks the news .a
The Civil War served to draw Jg
man Vietnam. is how to identify of death at home, arranges for P} .
,and isolate the the chaplains closer together and
enemy. emergency leaves and gives religious -
the of
beginnings a"corps"star-
Chaplain John O'Conner stated .
instruction.The
ted with the wearing uniforms,
the morale of the chaplainscouldn't A
chaplains are also activein insignia, and recognition of the
be higher. "Our chap- community relations in Viet- church
lains keep pushing, driving, pennant.
nam by. showing them how daily
The requirements have changed
sweating and I __
praying. see no
customs reflect the Vietnamese.
drastically in the Corps' 191years
calendars in their tents with
days crossed off. I have yet to The'Chaplains feel that by respecting from the random selection -
the strange customs,Marines of a crewman by the I com-
hear his a single chaplain suggest will respect the people also. manding officer to the present
that tour is fruitless. Nor
The chaplains also seek out all rules set down In Navy regu_
do I know a single chaplain who lations.In d

} addition to physical and
yyytY spiritual qualifications,the chap-
I lain must be a graduate of an Q'y
7839 approved school of theology or h <
NORMANDYBLVD. have completed at least 90
" semester hours (three years) ,
v
of'graduate work in.a school of <':t

r{ { theology. He must have COmpleted -- SHIPS,'must' share their chaplains. The circuit-rid
at least .120 hours of
:tiSY.titi'::aS.S}a : undergraduate ing chaplain tries to 'v/s/t/ / .Navy vessels' as frequently as pos-
'work' at ,an accredited
sible, often by helicopter.
college in addition to the
Ladles Night Every Thurs. 90 semester hours required a-' .
bove without duplication of 1T '
Buy One Get One FREE (Your favorite beverage) I credits. r'- :

Chaplains are clergyman in ,
... -\SO LIVE MUSIC 6 NIGHTS A WEEK I uniform and it is to be noted &

that his Chaplain Corps deviceis _
THE SWINGINGEST/ / ROOM IN TOWN... located above the gold braid .

THE WINGING/ / DOOR stripes hence the chaplain is 8 Yo'
always .referred to, not by his
OPEN WEDNESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY rank, but .
by "chaplain" t.r:f ,.,

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Saturday. In addition to the from 6 pan. until 9 p.m. Friday come and enjoy music providedby
,two evening shows there' will bea "THE SAM ROSS COMBO". Saturday, for special entertainment -
matinee at 2 p.m. on Satur- listen to music being played by "THE MOONLIGHTERS". Ads shputd be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company
day Sundays and holidays.. The Remember Tuesday is foreign dish night with French food being 1950.BIdrtdlng' Blvd Jacksonville Florida' 32210 to Arrive'
Hospital Theatre will have one the dish of the week not. Iota than Tuesday for publication the Jo I louring' Thurs.
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during the week at 5:30 and 8 "THE PAGE, FIVE." Saturday, special music for your listening be received WITH the copy for the ad.
p.m. Matinees will be shownon enjoyment will be provided by "THE FRANK BINDERS COMBO"
weekends at 2 p.m. Sunday come hear music provided by the "BUD CLARK COMBO." DO NOT SEND CASH

RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . 2.00
"ACEY DUCEY CLUB' music Per additional line ((4 words per lino}. .. . .0.50
Thursday Dec. 7 Friday enjoy provided by "THE
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will provide the music for your listening and dancing pleasure.
NAS: "HARPER" With Paul
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Sunday will feature "MARK CASTLE", with the entertainment
Newman and Janet Leigh ((129 music. Monday will be Pinochle night with aTournamentbelng played advice. 7 days a week. Jacksonville and Mayport
min) and Homes for sale, $100 Down. areas. Military background:
prizes being awarded. There will also be a separate table for
Hospital: "MURETA": With beginners Everyone is welcomed. Equities, No Qual1fy1 ..Rent would be helpful. A very rewarding -
Jeffery Hunter and Arthur Ken- als. HomeSite Lots, Acreage, career possible for the
nedy((131 min) Investments. WALTER T.BOW- Right Man. Write to the Regional -

C. Field: "THE OSCAR":With "BLUEJACKETS INN": Tonight from 7:30 p.m. until 11:45 EN, Reg. Broker USN Retired. Director P.O. Box 13177, Or-
Stephen Boyd and Elke Sommer
((127 min) p.m. come and listen to the music provided by "MARCH WILSON 384-1376 lando, Fla. 32809.
AND THE REDCOATS". Friday 'MARCH WILSON AND THE
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Friday Dec. 2, J966 \112:4$ a. m. Saturday from 2 p.m. until p.m. will be the weekly :SEWING MACHINELeft Gorgeous bedrm, 1 1/2 bath &
Family Dance. After 6 p.m.the club will be closed due to the NARTU in shop. Good condition. kitchen equipped homes. Full
NAS: "SMOKY": With Bess annual party. On Sunday there is the family dance from 2 Does everything without attach- year warranty $91 mo, includes
Parkerand Diana Hyland ((88 min) until 6 p.m. with music by "THE RAVENS". In the evening from ments. Yours for repair bill all. Nothing down to vets. Min.
t Hospital' "HARPER" With 7:30 p.m. until 11:45 p.m.come and enjoy music provided by "The $20. Phone 353-1946 anytime. FHA down. Salesman ontiuty 7
' Paul Newman and Janet Leigh REDCOATS". Wednesday game night beginning at 8 p.m. and Will deliver No obligation. days week. Drive out & see us
((129 min) children are welcome. Also a special on pizza is offered you may at Timuquana Heights, 7716200.
C. Field: "NEVER TO LATE order featured pizzas "all the way $1.10 value for only $.65 APARTMENTS RENTAL $50
With-Paul Ford and Connie Stev- :
Down Homes, Orange Park TEMPORARY HELP: STENOS,
ens ((114 min) Specials for the week Include the following: Friday from 5 p.m.
Realty 2642411. Typists, Key punch operators,
until 9 p.m.. Shrimp and Fish dinners for $.65. Saturday from 12 for temporary assignments as
p.m. until 7 p.m. a 16 oz. T Bone Steak with the complete din-
available. TEMPORARY
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Saturday, Dec. 3, Is offered for I NEED HELP! NEED you are
ner only $1.35. Sunday beginning at 12 p.m. until IMMED- TALENT 1130 ACL BLDG 356-
NAS: "A PLACE CALLED 7 p.m. 1/2 chicken dinner for $.65. Other new menu editionscan iately full or pan timeto 0753.
GLORY": With Lex Barker and be found at the new "Sea Food Center." handle overflowing Christmas
Pierre Brice ((100 min) business. Some executive posi- SINGER TOUCH & SEW, CHAIN
Hospital: "SMOKY" With NAS CECIL tions available.' Call Vivianne Stitches, no bobbin to wind. 5
Bess Parker and Diana Hyland Woodward Cosmetics, 3843821. mo. old In 4 drawer walnut desk.
C. Field: "MURIETA": With O. R. F. Snack Bar is open from 11.a.m. until 1 p.m. Monday Original price $500. Balance
, Jeffery Hunter and Arthur Kennedy through Friday. Bar opens each day at 11 a.m. and remains open CHRISTMAS,SPECIALI I I $175 cash or $10 mo. Call 384:
.:. ((131 min) until 6 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday; until 10 p.m. Give him or her a Recliner Clair. 1312.
"'I.' on Tuesday and midnight on Friday. Happy Hour is from 3:30 to ,Reg. $89.50 dose out special
' Sunday, Dec. :4: 1966 7 p.m. on Tuesday, and 3:30 to 6:30 on Friday. Dinner service $49.50 WESCONNETT FURNI- TAKE OVER PAYMENTS, I
from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday. Contact.B. O. Q. Mess secretary TURE Wesoonnett Blvd at 3 BR, 1 1/2 B, Cent. heat, W/W
NAS: "THE IDOL": With for Friday night dinner reservations and group table arrangements.. 103rd St. ,Phone 771 ,- 0750. carpet, ven. blinds ManyextrisBeaut. .
Jennifer Jones and Michael. Parks Oak shaded patio Conv.to .
((115 min) .-.*..* 1 bases ;DUKE, LOSTUMBO,
VOR RENT '- 2 BR APT. or BKR., .7710374, or 781 3634.
Hospital: "A PLACE CALLED 3 BR house, completely furn.,
GLORY", With Lex Barker. and UCONNEn' FUHNITINIE 0- Orange Park. Will rent to TADpers. INTRODUCE THE UNIQUE,
Pierre Brice ((100 min) or bachelors. 264'- 6884. Exciting Symbra Brassiere to
C. Field: "HARPER": With your friends. Become a Symbra
: Paul Newman and Janet Leigh USED & NEW AIR CONDITIONERSNEW Consultant Phone 264 6906
rr ((129 min) ADDING MACHINESNEW PENSACOLA HOUSE FOR RENT or 264 4016.
., 4 BR, 2' B, unfurn., Ig. yard,
'" Monday, Dec. 5, 1966 DESKS conv. to NAS and Saufley Field, TRANSFER, MUST SELL -

:' ., NAS: "GLASS BOTTOM NEW & USED TV SETS Phone 2646884. Custom 22' cruiser..Cabin, 'r

BOAT": With Doris Day and Rod FREIGHT SALVAGE Come In & Browsel! FOR SALE HOUSEFUL OF heads, fathometer, D/F, fly-
Taylor (118 min) : Maple, and Danish modern furni- ing bridge twin JohnsoQ Elec-
EASY CREDIT TERMS HRS 9a.m.1p.tzl.
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NAS: "RARE BREED": With ,speed trans. New tires, $1650.
James Stewart and Maureen 0' DON'T ASSUME VA MORTGAGE, '- 65 CORVAIR 4-DR. SPORTs
Hara ((105 min) '7416 Roslyn Road -'3 BR 2 B, dan, stick shift, heater$1350."
Hospital: "GLASS BOTTOM 64 FORD GALAXY 500"1Wo-
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BOAT" : With Doris Day and Owner wants equity-388-8778 Door hard top, needs some work.
Ro d Taylor((118 min) FORGET. or 389-1637. $1250 as is.
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FOOTBALL Bowling News '
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I I .VA-I 74 Sports '. .
MONDAy EARLY BOATS I

In an Intramural Football Lea

gue contest last week VA-175 The Monday Early League Is
met hard hitting VA-45 on the beginning to tighten up as the -
Cecil Field gridiron.The M.11taDo'! are closing the gap ------
"Blackbirds" dominated on their running mates from The last big week-end ot college iii me nose bOWl have undoubtedlydone
the Blackshoes. By James Anglea/ BMC much to further these con-
play throughout: three quarters, personnel, football for 66 has ended
but VA-174's "Hellrazors This weeks action saw the and a couple of more undefeateds lessly rode me last week for an victions.
fought back In the final quarter "Do's" take four from Missiles bit the .dust along the way. On answer as to how I felt about the The committee has also Insulted -.
for a come-from-behind 24-10 while the Blackshoes split with Thanksgiving the amazing sopho- turn .of events, please read a a fine bunch of athletes. '
victory. VC-4.line. VA-15, a newcomerto mores of.Oklahoma surprised the copy of the letter I drafted to The UCLA football team, without
the league,downed Maim. Sugar Bowl bound "Corn Buskers' the executive committee of thePacific' their star Quarterback, rose to
VA-45 hit paydin in the:second '3-1 and the "Docs" bombed the with a 10-9 upset victory Eight last Wednesday af the'occasion and upset((1))a.supposedly -

quarter on 'a 30 yard pass play AlleyGators for a sweep of four it Owen Stadium in Norman and ter reading of the colossal blun- better ball club In corns
left games. Nebraska from the ranksof of a trip to the roses. Your
from QB Weiss to end Sloan. :dumped der they had executed I
Weiss then passed to Freemanfor As the second round play drawsto the unbeaten. mittee has in effect slapped these
the two-point, conversion. a close the standings are as Saturday the "Wreck, fromTedl" Executive Director athletes' In the face and told them
follows suffered the fateat they are not good enough to represent -
With the "Blackbirds" defensive : same Pacific Eight ConferenceSan
unit pressing hard in the 3rd the hands of arch rival Geo- Francisco, California. their conference. This is
quarter, the "Hellrazors" fumbled Teams Won Lost rgia, while down In Gainesville, in essence the same UCLA team
a pass from center In their Blackshoes 32 16 Florida the Hurricanes of Miami Dear Mr. Hamilton: ((28 men from last years squad)
own end zone and a Blackbird Malta-Do's 29.5 14.5 were making believers of the Allow' me to congratulate your that was good enough to play in
pounced on the ball for a two- VC-4-llne 26/5 21.5 Spurrier-led "Gators". Up In committee on their miss-guided last years bowl and defeat the #1-

point safety.In Alley Gators 23 21 Volunteer land, Tennessee sco- intelligence of once again sending team In the nation.
VA-15 22 25 red the first three times they go an inferior representative to the The Rose Bowl Is the oldestof
the fourth quarter VA-174 VC-4-maInt 21 27 their hands on the ball in the 1st RoseBowl. Two years ago they them all and tradition is sup-
broke into the scoring column M Dental 19 25 quarter and then turned the game voted to send Oregon State (a posed to match outstanding teams
.. with from QB Missiles 11 33 the the against each other and has In
a pass Johnson over to reserves rest fair team) over USC (an -excellent -
that went 35 yards to right end The Malta Do's have four of the afternoon. team, with a victory over the past, as evidenced' by Stan-

Carmichael. The point after attempt make-up games with the Alley- Out in the wide open spaces of top ranked Notre Dame) to meeta ford-Alabama Cal-Ga. Tech In In '27 27, Stanford-Southern
was good to Carmichael. Gators and stand a good chanceto Texas the Ponies of SMU won powerful Michigan eleven.Ore ,
Minutes later Johnson the State with their SMU in 35, WashingtonMinnesota -
flipped topple Blackshoes from their first Southwest conferencetitle gon responded '
to left half-back Seligman for 1st place. since 1948 as they handily usual Rose Bowl performance In 61 All and of UCLAMichiganin these
another score, and a two-point defeated the horned frogs of TCU. against a Big Ten team and lost 1965. games
matched the #1 in the
Skett team nation -
conversion made by Dennanon findings
was SMU also will be the host team 347.
a pass from Johnson. Again in the Cotton Bowl. I thought to myself at the time against a strong opponent.
Johnson's passing prowess came VA-44 9 0 Other action around the nation that anyone can make a mistake; This year you have matchedtwo
also-rans since Purdue has
through on a 10 yard toss to left VA-174 6 2 saw Virginia Tech rout VM1 70- however, your committee comes ,
end Jacksonforthe "Hellrazors"final Marine Bks. 6 4 back and compounds the first an 8-2' record while USC is 73.
Miami
12 and earn a bid to meet
be' far from the
This will
5 a cry
touchdown. With Jackson's Medical 3
mistake by making an even
(Fla.) in the Liberty Bowl.on:
two-point conversion, the game Weapons #1 2 7 December 10th. Memphis State, greater one with the decision to best bowl game this year. I
ended 2410. Weapons' 0 10Bob's highly-explosive Houston send a team with a 7-3 record sincerely hope that in future

,. 14-13 upset to spoil the 11th ranked (USC) to,represent the west years a little forethought, and
Cougars dream of breaking into coast in the Rose Bowl in lieu intelligence will prevail.

Oak Hill the mythical top 10. Florida of a teamwith a 9-1 record
James
State, Sun Bowl bound to meet (UCLA), and ranked 6th In the NAS Cecil Field Anglea
Wyoming, scalped the Maryland nation, as well as being holderof Fla.
Pure Service CenterOpen eleven 45-21 as soph Gary Paj- a Rose Bowl victory over the By the way, the score of that
#1 In the nation at the end
cic of Jacksonville surpassed. team game that so effectively proved '
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. record marks set by FSU's Steve of regular''' season play in 19651 that USC would be 7-3 going into
Tens! in '64. ( I realize that at this time the Rose Bowl was Notre Dame
The nationally televised game USC is only '-2 ys 7-3, but 51-USC-0. The Irish were led
raid strvicMMfckMMtchiik i delivery A 'of the week saw'the Cadets of they play Notre Dame on 26 In ,their triumph( by .reserves.
dity.Airk I Ftrdi' Cwrs' .Army, ledby the pin point passing November 'and' they;' most 'assuredly "Stand by,- TroJans,' It will be a
of Sophomore Steve Lin- will be 7-3 going' Into long afternoon the 2nd of Jan.

103rd & James Rd. dell, turn back service-rival the RoseBowl.) 1967."
771i-9156 Navy In the annual game at JFK One of the excuses given for
.Jacksonville., Fl a,. the choice of' USC,over UCLA LIBERTY'BOWL- ,," '
Stadium. Army coach. Tom Ca-
hillV troops used a stubborn defense was'that the Bruins,havet playedin Virginia !Tech VS4 ,Miami,A.Fla.' : .- .
the Rose Bowl since Southern
'o'bottle up,Navy's,offen-r Cal has. This"is,reminiscent of 8.1-1.Miami finished strong'with 7-2-1; vice '
Join America's most popular club sive"barrage most effectively.
'Coach Cahlll did a tremendousjob the bone-head play of'1954 when tories' over Georgia, USC, and
UCLA rated ffl In the nation
was
Florida Miami over VPL
of molding a fine team after -
; and USC went to the 1955 NewYear's
when Paul
taking over

Dietzel Ball-out pulled Jobs another two days one before of his UCLA had Rose been Bowl the year me because before. SUN Florida BOWL State vs. Wyoming

: J J.t' : spring training began, leaving' Are, you trying to win a popu- 6-4 9.1 ,
: larity contest by spreading the
:: West Point withoutu a varsity: FSU's explosive offense should.,'
; bids around, or are you: trying '. '
\ : coach. When coachoftheyearlaurels make the difference. vvvt-):
,
: .i'.t, ,', send that Is : s+i't.'
[\ \: to a'team really :
\ are passed out, Mr. '
-.t'.t'nIt's "
Cahill should be a strong con- representative of your confer- COTTON BOWL 1 "*: '
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ence
tender. SMU vs Georgia \
Mr. Hamilton, above all ..
you VBLUEBONNETBOWL
should know that most eastern!and, Bulldogs over Ponies -......,..>TO' '
The game of the day for,yours .
truly was played on the West coast, southern conference schools, Mississippi:Texas ,.-.< ', '. : : .
ll1ristmas'(1tlub
,: ( \ and enjoyed tremendously at least think that the west coast playsa ,8-2 6-4 V VOle ,
of football.
by "Old Boats:', As those of cream puff brand Miss over 'the LonghornsGATOR
Having coached at Navy you have
'
you who really read this column BOWL
know, I am rather fond of UCLA come Into personal contact with Tennessee Vs Syracuse
for good reasons, and to say I the feelings in this part of the 7-3
was disturbed when I read that country that the Pacific Eight If Vols contain Little, Ten- ,
the Rose Bowl committee had does not and never will rank nessee will be victor. ,

picked USC to represent the Pacific -, with the South Eastern. or South ... -.V, ',:.V; .;' ",.
Eight in the Rose Bowl West'conference. SUGAR BOWL '. "

the smart way to prepay holiday expenses. instead of UCLA, would be' the 'There are some who believe Alabama Nebraska .. .;t '
> under, statement of the year. your conference ranks even lower Tie again., \,;./ *:s& .
',, .All you do Is open a Christmas Club,account '" than the' Southern and Atlantic % .,. --''' "
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for an amount you can'most easily afford." To my friends who have askedfor coast. 'Your committee with their ORANGE'BOWL ",1' ; '

Then you save that amount each week' my comments and to my good- choice to once again send an in- Florida vs. Ga. Tech :'
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A Free"500" Cooperating Sportsmen ..;

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ServicemanBecause Nab Illegal Deer HunterLake ,, '


of Jacksonville's City --- Quick action bya Officer Gordon Hurst, and a-
proximity to Daytona Beach, a group of sportsmen hunting In' greed to testify as witnesses in
Springtime trip to ,see the 500 the Steinhatchee Wildlife Management the case. When confronted with
auto race is not much of a prob- Area in Lafayette County the evidence against him, the u
lem for the majority of service- on November 14,resulted in the violator pled guilty as charged. +
men stationed in this area. apprehension and sibsequent Lafayette County Judge Fove ; ,
But.George Hurst and the Hurst conviction of a man for the illegal O'Steen levied a fine of $300 ,,.
Armed Forces dub didn't have killing of a doe deer, ac plus $125 for replacement of the
Jacksonville specifically in mind cording to W. B. Copeland, deer, six months sentence in the
when he recently announced: a Chairman of the Game and Fresh county jail suspended upon the
contest for U.S. servicemen sta Water Fish Commission. condition the defendant is not
tioned anywhere in the world. Copeland stated that the found in the woods in possessionof

Hurst, president of the well- sportsmen observed the killingof a gun within two years, and
I known auto ,equipment company the deer, contacted wildlifecan revoked his hunting license.
had decided to bring: a memberof Copeland concluded, "With
the armed forces to' Daytona. cooperation between the com-
for the annual classic Feb.26th. car will be furnished the mission, the courts, and the ADDITIONAL HARDWARE The bWceri and men of VAP "
Hurst, a Navy "white hat" military man during his brief sportsmen as was demonstratedin 62 will have to find space for two more trophies gathered In "
. himself for 13 years, planned the vacation from military duty this case, the illegal killingof / 1966 championship football team. RAdm. Caldwell Is "
contest in recognition of the con- Fanner on the expense-paid deer can almost be eliminated. sown awarding the COMNAVAIRLANT and the Atlantic Fleet :
tributions"aIXi sacrifices that dinner and date is Miss Linda If all sportsmen would take trophies to team quarterback Don Jackson In ceremonies November .
those in the military are making Vaughn, representing1 l, the Hurst such action,game Violators would 22ndChoese "
for the country. It is only fitting,, organization, she has already be too. fearful of apprehensionto
he felt, some representative of been seen in many arias of the break the' law. Penalties such
the armed forces should have United States at auto presentation as levied by J judge O'Steen are
the opportunity to view one of and award ceremonies. alsb strong deterrents, to violators 1\\
the biggest spectaculars of the Prior to the race, the contest ." ".\

racing world. winner will dine with Bill France,
Entries will be judged on the NASCAR president and other race SCHEDULE ADJUSTED ',
basis of 'completing a statement officials. A ride in the pace car
of 30 ,.words- or less of "WhyI and a seat on the finish line is Annapolis, Md. -- The Naval M
Would Like ToWln The Trip also promised the winner. Academy has made one change in ;;;j
To The Daytona 500 And A Date Servicemen in any portion of its 1966 67 varsity basketball "
With Linda Vaughn. Upon arrival the world wishing to enter the schedule. The Maryland game, e ''y
of his expense-paid flight, contest should mail their entries orginally set for January 18th,, .
the fortunate serviceman,whom prior to January 25,1967 Hurst has been moved to February 16. ..'
ever he may be, will be taken to Performance Products;"Date At The Terps requested the new Ii
a luxurious beach hotel for the Daytona"Warminster, Penn. date because of a conflict with ;
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j NAS's Intramural basketball Twice By MacDill

rogram Is now underway Gameswo k :':r M1
and three per evening)

re played In the Monday through The Jax Navy Fliers, unableto Navy scoring was balanced the
Thursday gym. contain the rambunctious second evening in the onepointloss.
December 1st, Nat-
Thursday of MacDill AFB's Bruce .
shooting John Edmonds, (AMDQ)
ional League Pitts, who notched 51 and 41 with 18, Jim Owens, VP-7)) 12,

I 6 FICEUR 679th points on Friday and Saturday Lou Rada (VP-30) 21, Charles
t 1 7:45 p.m. NARTU vs vs. VW 4 nights respectively, sufferedthe Bryson, (VW-4)) and:! Larry Me
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consequences dropping two Conley(VW-4)) notched U.
I L; basketball tilts, 101 -. 95 and The Fliers hope for a bit
Bowling 96-95 in Tampa. of revenge when MacDill comes
I' The weekend losses, first for calling to NAS the weekend of
1 i Twelve teams, representing the Fliers in Fla. / Ga. Inter- January 6th and 7th. at WILSON
;: the four NAS intramural leagues of conference
,
;I service League competition Stepping out action -
: are competing in a round robin for first weekend the'
gives them a quite respectable the ,
roll off scheduled to finish mark what Jacksonville's BLAND ING
I' 6-2 overall in is hoopsters meet &
I ; Monday, December 5th.
still a young season, West Duval JC team here Fri
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i Pitt's performance however day, night at 8 p.m. SPM341ofSPI6601
t F..II.III has to be taken per'se. It's safeto Saturday night another local PHONE
I assume that without his 92 unit comes calling. Edward
playoff matching NA TTC's points the Hawks would have been Waters College of downtown .+..-.;S. Y
I MAD 3 1 and the winner of handily defeated by the Fliers. Jacksonville is expected to pro-
Tuesday's FAETU VAP 62 Duty commitments held two of vide tough competition in a con-
: encounter, ( NAS) for the my- the Fliers on base; in addition test slated for 8p.m.' It's the 66 CAPRICE SPORT COUPE.$3395
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NATTC Intramural Touch Foot- Charles Bryson, (VW-4)) had .
Air Solid Red Blk Int., W/S/W,
ball season ended, were awarded 35 points and:! Jim Owens, (VP- ,
trophies November 21 by Captain 7)) 22 for the Fliers who came .

Thomas B. Ellison, NATTCs looking for steak but were ban- 65 IMPALA CONVERT.. . . .51995
Commanding Officer. ded hamburger instead by Mac- AWL EARL) POR CNIVrJMAICNt Auto/Trans., V-8. Power steering' R & H ,
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was won by M. P. Mitchell of
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every contest. At the season's I
'1 end, the total votes were tallied
and the winner'was decided.
Captain Thomas b. Ellison
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