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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
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Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: December 15, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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, Sergeant Rooert'E. O'Malley became the first Marine to oe arded
:.' the "Medal of Honor" since the Korean J War. He earned the award .
while serving as a squad leader in "Operation Starlight" on Aug. 18, v '.; :At WI,
" 1965. A corporal at the time of the action O'Malley led his Marinesin 1
repeated assaults against entrenched Viet Cong who were inflicting ?*aj"jj'
. a heavy toll on a nearby Marine unit. Wounded three times
I during the action he refused evacuation until the mission was accomplished -
, : and ho had covered the evacuation of the 'survivors
LCpl. Randall G. Shields of his squad each of them wounded. ..
.>, "Operation Starlight" In which Sergeant O'Malley earned; his
,, .b "Medal ,of Honor", was the first direct battlefield confrontation ,',i
between a major U.S unit and a main force Viet Congunit. In 'JJ.,. ,1
It, Regimental Landing Team Seven consisting of three rein-
. forced Marine. Battalions surrounded and destroyed the Viet Cong
r First Regiment killing more than 600 of the enemy and capturing .
..' 125 ''in the four-day battle. The battle was fought on the Van Tuong .T ',
/'.. Peninsula k few miles south of Chu Lai. RLT-7 was awarded the I \
a Navy Unit Commendation also for Operation Starlight.
L : LCpl.. Randall G. Shields a troop handler for MMFS, MAD, NATTC.
1 was also a member of RLT-7 and was recently presented the Navy : II ";" Unit Commendation Citation for his participation in "Operation A
: : Starlight". The citation reads In part: "By their effective team
'_ work aggressive fighting spirit and individual acts of heroism and
daring, the men of the 7th Regimental Landing Team and supporting
k Marine aviation_ ts not only achieved significant results but in ,. ., ;.

t.'.. MaJ. Richard L. Hybrid Continued on Page 2 Sergeant Robert E. O'Malley

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24HO38\ 'U,..S. NAVAL R'.STATIOH-JACKSOtfVII.LE; FLORIl'A.\to>\.. t ___. __ '_' DECEMBER 15,1966, ,
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! : J.U..Conducts" Won't You Help '?

t"INEWS IN BRIEFMilitary : I

New Courses \ How would you like to make

i \ a little boy-happy.who has ,only
1 a few days to live? Well five-
1% year' old Lance Cummings,
Piy 'Day Sckdvlri at NAS JAX I stricken with )incurable stomach
I cancer, will not see Christmas,
Jacksonville University is a- and.so if we all could take but a'
gain offering courses at NAS few minutes out of our busy pre-
,11 The Navy Finance Office is'' entering the semiannual pay record JAX. The winter, semester will ;. Christmas rush it would be very
.{H transition period. All members' pay records must be closed begin with registration on Jan.9, nice if we would send hima
,v :. out as of Dec 31, 1966 and a new pay.record opened for each 1967 2 at the Educational Christmas card..
rs :" member of Jan. 1, 1967.In addition, a Wage and'Tax Statement at p.m. 955.
Office in Building
Service
. '(W 2 Form) must be prepared for each member. In view of the Representatives from Jacksonville His address is:
"._ above only dire emergencies will warrant special payment during this
Diversity will be there to Jp- 1k. Mr. Lance Cummings
:.. period. Next payday, December 15. will ,be a 14 day payday. The conduct the registration. The & Chester County Hospital
last of,1966 December 30, will be 15 day payday however, ,
:< payday a ; courses will also begin on Jan. 9, _1 Downington, Pennsylvania
Sf ,* r'the. first payday for 1967, January"12,will be a short 12 day payday. 1967. .
>>.'I : 2 Forms (Wage and Tax Statements) will be issued on the Jan- The cost. of, each three credit Pass his address around
-. wary 12 payday. W-2 Forms for those entitled Combat Zone exemption t
: is $81. There is and lets make
, course a regis .1 his last few days .
: will reflect credit for exemptions for the entire Calendar
proper
$10. witha
f tration fee of together axa little brighter. '
v. Year 1966. General Fee of $10. Onethirdof
the total cost is required upon
+ registration. Payment of the remaining Relief Drive Accelerates
f; Nivy, Exckmf Rtrfims Prices balance may be made'In
two equal amounts on monthly
i .' installments, the first of which (Editor's Note: An error was made in last week's edition of
" Jax Air News In reference to the sponsorship of the "Needy family
is due one month after the.time
.
The their Not a1I'itcms
Navy Exchanges are reducing prices
|r Christmas Relief Drive.' This project Is not affiliated with the
$* will be affected by the reductions, but the list includes cosmetics. of registration.
basis
Relief but rather volunteer
t. The texts for the courses ,will Navy Fund is being conducted on a
electrical and children's clothing.
5 luggage, appliances between naval and civilian volunteers.)
.u",. .'.".. The new reduction schedule will begin December 26, and will Continued on Page 2 The "Needy Family Christmas Relief Drive" is acceleratingto
continue through the coming year. Improved methods of procurement high,gear. The original goal of 79 families has been increased.
if> and merchandising are responsible for the lower: cost of the goods. tn"" include more than IRrt'

i:, Contributions in the forms of
Ii! :noney, food, clothing toys and
, Commissary Store Closed I on Eva's shoes have been pouring Into W at"sIliside
I -7 Chief Edward Smith's office In
.. ., Stiopp in Building 955. Chief Smith re-
e J.' The Commissary Store will be dosed all day Christmas Eve and marked "We are very much delighted -
days
: New Year's Eve 24 and 31 December, 1966. The store will remain with the progress of the
t, I. open until p.m. two proceeding Friday nights, 23 and 30 December drive ,so far. I predict that we
t' 1966 for your shopping convenience. shall exceed our expectationstwice
over. On behalf of all Todays Shepherd. .Pg 2
who are making this drive possible Civil/ Service Hews. .Pg 5
k HAS T. Future Christmas Dimitr I would like to express Christmas Safety Tips. .

my most sincere appreciation . . .P96.7
.. as I know many will enjoy a
Enlisted personnel and their guests are invited to have Christmas
happy Christmas holiday as a
Dinner In the General Mess. Charges will be as follow: Enlisted result. Entertainment. .Pg 9

/ personnel drawing commuted rations $ .50; dependents children meN Among the contributions that HAS Cecil Sports. .Pg 70 '
under 12 years of age $.65; other dependents guests $1.15. Holiday have been received so far wasa !
t meal tickets will be sold daily, effective December 8 from 11 a.m. donation of $300. from the
to 1:00 p.m. in Building 725. Monday through Friday. For planning HAS Jax Sports -Pg J 17
$75 from the
Navy Exchange,
S . .
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purposes, please make your reservations prior to December 23. Supply Department and dona- 72
. Meal hours, for Christmas day will be: 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. and /
:;. 1:.30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. ", Continued on Page 2



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.EDITORIAl An,w r !. 'r..I.". PwitU'
) I V'I n e5 e r v I ( t. ,, CROSSWORD PUZZLE
Today's Shepherd uJHF 00GH
ACROSS 3-Most unusual BQITBBGL BROSGEfeJBQD
4Fantasy5Possessed :C 1 d b : H I O N
ROMAN CATHOLICSt l-Heavy strlnf 1311N1 b 4 d tl 1S
by ED SOWA -Ton W ConJunction b 1 1a
-$ tion Afternoon A s 1 3 d 3 1
The night that Christ was born, shepherds were vigilantly watching Edward's Chapel 12-Hebrew month party a O d 1 1

their flocks, always on the alert for danger and peril that'might' and 13-Exist 14-Recion Document N :y 1
9-Mountaln b d N $
beset those for whom they cared. The time has changed: 'since MayoHospital/ 1S-Sea nymph nymphs b ; '1 b 1

those nights, yet there still are shepherds, who vigilantly watchto SUNDAY MASSES 17-Affix 10Dispatchll'Younpters HBBSaffl l

protect their loved ones. The guise of the shepherd has been Hospital -' _*. *. '- 0630St. 19Handle20Conducts BMia Bfca QBaa
changed. He does not hold a staff in his hand, but rather rifle Edward's v 16 Roman road cess USD EEEB
21 Pintail duck
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or machine gun. 1a-Desi n
Chapel - 0900 & 1100 23Difffcult24Chapeau
The one thing that has remained the same is the care and vigilance 22-Down duck 30-Fruit drink 43Roster23Part

that he maintains. DAILY MASSES 26-Mature of shoe(pL) 35.AvoidsPreposition
36-Nuisance 46-Narrow opening25Devoured !
Y St. Edward's: 2a-Musk:is 24.Strdw 37-Palnful '47-Girt's name
.
i Monday thru Friday r 1130 written .Woolly 49-Rnish
Saturday 0900 31Pronoun32female 27-American 40-Prepr( *, fttrSo.DrP"s bonier
Naval Hospital: deer essayist print29Plaything 53'Babylonlan33Hypothetical
42ConftafrationsOWa deity
Friday------ 1205
fore
CATECHISM CLASSES 34-Goll mound36Removes 1 2 J 4 3 6 7 8 9 10 11
Chapel Annex Building 722: skin _
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\ from fruit 12 : : :

DIVINE/ SERVICES 38-Caustic I.S' 16 17 18
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If Ai\ / r PROTESTANTAll 39-Swerve substance I 19 20


P 'I& I I X f SUNDAY'S Saints Chapel 43Burdens45Wash 41-Couch 21 22 23

0800 .. -.- -Holy Communion lightly 223 26 27 28 29 30
\ 0930 & 1100 Divine Worship 48-WrKe I
e 50Harbinger51Ut H stand 31 : 32: : : 33
SUNDAY SCHOOL
; 34 35 36 37 38
0930 - Chapel Annex 52-Born
Building'!722 54-Short jacket m 39 40 41 1"2

tTt P t WEDNESDAY'S 56-Obstruct 55-Hurl 43 44 : : 45 It 47

1900 ------Choir Rehearsal 57-Brlstle 48 49 J< 50
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THURSDAY Y DOWN -
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2000 Christian Science Service
that glorious night nearly two thousand years ago, the 1-Jargon
In' 3.5 56 S7Germany
watchful shepherds were rewarded by the birth of Christ, the SECOND MONDAY of Each Month\ 2-River

Prince of Peace. In this present time, such a wonderful mani- 0930 Chapel Women's Guild Dlstr. by United Feature Syndicate, Inc. ZI

festation is not expected, but the peace that Christ spoke of is (Small Chapel) rr Uu U AuUiwIittf Senlce Nivipaptrt Only"
longed and hoped for.

Thus, as those shepherds of old were rewarded with peace, let U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's .
- 1000'(
us hope that our modern shepherds too may be so rewarded. Rather
than remain on the battlefield, let us hope that they may soon returnto MARINE HONORS Continued from Page T
their loved ones. With the Coming of Christmas, let us hope CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT
and pray that it,may also bring us a time of peace. Let us hope that doing so, exemplified qualities of courage and skill which were in
our shepherds may soon be filled with the 'glory and serenity that Today- keeping with the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the

comes with ;rue and everlasting peace."Deadletter. Choir Practice at 7 United States Naval Service."
Sunday- p. m. Major Richard L. Hyland, United States Marine Corps, was'

I Sunday ,School at 9:30 awarded the Navy Commendation Medal on Decembei 12 .196t by
Chapel Service at 10:30 p. m. the Secretary of the Navy, in recognition of his exceptionally meri-
Man"Some Cotnmuniononthe a.m. torious service as Stock Account Officer with the Third Force
Sundayof
the month. Regiment, from May 3, 1966 to May 8, 1966. Major Hyland; with
his organizational ability and devotion to duty, was directly.respon-
sible for coordinating the supply for all Western Pacific Corps
years ago, there lived in a small English city a man CATHOLIC Units. His
of his
outstanding sound
usage leadership, Judg-
Daily- great
whom we shall call Fred Armstrong. He worked in the local
ment, and inspiring devotion during this duty always in
were keeping
post; office, and he was called the "deadletter man" because he 11:20 a. m. Mass
with
the highest traditions of the Marine Corps and the United states
handled missives whose addresses were faulty, or hard to read. Sunday Naval Service.
He lived in an old house with his little wife, an even smaller 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con- ..
daughter, and a tiny soul After supper he liked to light his pipe fessions heard before each Mass.

and with his children around him ,in the dooryard garden, he would NEEDY FAMILIES family will receive the follow-
tell of his latest exploits in delivering lost letters. He considered ing list of staples for Christmas
himself quite a detective. There was no cloud on his modest horizon.No Traffic Continued from Page 7 Dinner: 5 )Ibs. of grits, 5 lbs
cloud until one sunny morning when his little boy fell ill. of flour, 5 Jbs. of corn meal,
From the first sight of the sick; child the doctor looked solemn ViolationsThe tions of food, clothing, and toys 5 lbs. of dried beans, 3 Ibs.
Withlif forty-eight hours the child was dead.In from over forty merchants indie of rice 2 lbs. of candy, 10 lbs.

his sorrow, Fred Armstrong's soul seemed to die. The is of Jacksonville area. There have of potatoes, and two chickens.It .
mother and their little daughter Marian, were also crushed but following a report also been many contributionsfrom is also hoped that the menu
vehicle accidents and
they struggled to control, their grief, determined to make the best motor individuals as well as will include a half bushel of
traffic violations for the
of what was left of them in life. Not so the father. His life was peri- anonomous donors. oranges and 5 lbs. of sugar.
od Dec. 6 1966 Dec. 12
now dead with no direction. In the 'morning Fred Armstrong rose The "Store for Needy Fami- Contributions for this pro-
from his bed to work like a sleepwalker; he never spoke unless 1966. lies", located at 15 West ject may be made at the down
spoken to, and he answered in as few words as possible. He did Monroe Street, Jacksonville will town location mentioned aboveor
his tasks in silence, ate his lunch alone, and sat,like a statue at Number of Accidents be open December 15 18. On at the Leading Chief's Office -
his own supper table, and went to bed early. yet his wife knew This Week - -' -7 hand for ribbon cutting ceremon- in Building 955. Further

that he lay most of the night with eyes open, staring at the; ceiling.As Total Accident this year through ies will be Lou Ritter, Mayorof information may be obtainedby
.months passed from May to December his apathy seemed to. December 12-- - -330 Jacksonville, Captain Martin calling Ext. 245, NAS JAX.
deepen. Number of Accidents through J.Stack CO of NAS Sax Judge
His wife tried to reason with him. She told him that such despairwas December'' 1965 - -260 Dorcas Drake, co ordinatorof JU COURSES

unfair to their lost son and unfair to the living. She feared that Total number- of days since the Annual Christmas Party Continued from Page 1
he would brood his way into an asylum. But nothing she said seemedto : last injury In a motor vehicle for needy children Camp Fire /
reach him.It accident -. 110 -7 Girls, who are assisting in this be on sale at the first meetingof
was coming close to Christmas. One bleak afternoon, Fred Number of Violations project and assisting naval per each course.
Armstrong sat on his high stool and shoved a'new pile of letters This Week - -103 sonnel. See
next week's Jax Air
Speeding - - 14- ,,;
under the swinging electric! lamp. He saw on top of the stackan Chief Smith, who is co or- News for details
more
Reckless Driving - -20 concern-
envelope that was clearly undeliverable. In crude block letters dinating the NAS-SAX segmentof ing JU Courses.
were penciled the words: "Santa Claus, North Pole." Armstrong Going through Stop Sign -7 the drive stated that each ********
started to ,tear it across and throw it away, when some obscure Other Violations62
impulse made him pause.. Slowly he opened the letter and read:
Forty nine drivers

Dear Santa Claus: ed before the Traffic baring a AX A I Ft
We are very sad at our house this year, and I don't want you Board at the meeting held on
to bring me anything. My little brother went to Heaven last Dec. 13. Disposition of the cas-
spring. All I want you to do when you come to our house is to es Included the following: Nine
take brother's toys to him. I'll1eave them by the kitchen stove lost driving and parking privi- The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper .

s his hobby horse and train and everything. I know he'll be lost leges aboard 'station for vari- distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air

up in' Heaven without them, most of all his horse. He always ous periods; One was assigned Station, Jacksonville, Florida, By the Holt Publishing

liked riding it so much. So you must take them to him please, to complete an eight hour Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in
and you needn't mind leaving anything, but if you could give course in remedial driving at the; JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
Daddy something that would make him like he used to be)make him NATTC; Twelve were assigned Affairs Office Box NAS
smoke his pipe again and tell me stories, 1 do wish you would. to complete a six hour I Jacksonville, by 72:00 noon
e i I heard him ,say to Mummie once that only eternity could cure course in remedial driving at on Monday before publication. Hews items are welcomed/

)him. Could you bring him some of that, and-I will be your good Jax Police Academy? Three from all Sources. Telephone/ EV 9-7771, Exf. ,3762.,

!little girl... received suspensions; Twenty- Advertisements ,are solicited by the publisher and
V" r' J' --Marian three were given warnings;Four queries concerning such should be directed to:
M dismissed; Eleven fined ( U. S. The Holt
: /nf Publishing Company, 1950 Blending Blvd.
p"That $ ,through the lighted streets, Fred Armstrong walked Commlsloner); and Fourteen Jacksonville, Florida/ 32210, Telephone/ 387- 4451
home at a faster gait. In the winter darkness! stood in the referred to commanding officersfor

dooryard garden and :struck a match, then as he opened the kitchen possible disciplinary action.
door'he blew a great::puff from his pipe and the smoke settled likea VOL. 24 NO. 38 DECEMBER 75, 1966 ti tie
.n4. bus around the heads of his startled wife.and daughterS, And Forty nine drlvers.; assesed -
t he WAs smiling at them as'he used to 1 sixty --slaved points : :: --I-I-i-----W-: : : ,
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BODY REPAIRING'b dated, the third edition of this.
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Dill Toboldt.,Simplifies methodsof authoritative and comprehensive ADJC William
metal straightening, filling. reference.forpilotsnowincudes Squadron Forty Four's
dents, repainting, glass and panel all the most recent developmentsin First Lieutenant Division at NAS
replacement, door alignment, the art of flying since 1961 Cecil Field, swore his son, William
recovering convertible tops Particular attention is given to, T. Neal, Jr. into the Naval
all in one easy to use vol instruments and instrument fly- Reserves last week at the Jack .\
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ume.MODERN aircraft types engines, and sent to sign the enlistment
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/percent:- There will cost-of-living be an automatic adjust; to all annuities that began on I 'o Ruth,Op.r ttemrf :
or before that date.
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employees who retire duringthe To get both the one percentand Fifty-five of bo Interagency Board membership; will 'coin

calendar year l%6. This the possible three-plus per- 0. Would a disabled veteran'st Boards of Civil Service Exam- sist of representatives of all'
adjustment was provided by Pub- cent cost-of-living adjustments, daughter be admitted to a VA iners were operational at the Federal agencies employing per- !
lic Law 87-7 93,approved October employee' must'.be separatedor hospital for needed surgery? end of October, and the remain- sonnel in the area'served by the i t
11,1962. To receive this increase, his pay cease no later than A. Not unless she is an eligible{ der will become operational: by board. Executive secretaries and "
the annuity must commence no December, 30, 1966.Rrcrsltir. veteran. VA hospitalization Is not the end of December., Board staff members,will be employees ,
later than December 31,1966. SeparationorfinalpayonDecember- provided! for ,dependents of During the coming year, the of the C S Commssior!
fr..zl veterans. 65 'Interagency' Boards will gra- .

30 will support award of annuity; .Reviewed CS Bkecter *******4 dually absorb the examining J
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commencing December 31,. providing workload of the remaining agency
the employee'is otherwise Q. My husband has a total disability boards,of examiners so that b y the .
resulting from his servicein end of 1967, the lAB "
eligible for an Immediate annuity. Since the President directed network will
There is alsua possibility of an Federal agencies to hold full- the armed forces. Wilbur son be fully operational.The .
,additional annuity increase because ,be able to receive financial support of the
time employment at the July 31, 'immensity Federal
of the rise in the Consumer 1966 levels for the remainderof from the VA to complete 'examining operation was des-
Price Index (CPI). September this fiscal year many em- high, school education? cribed recently by Donald 'R.
27, 1965, the Retirement Act,was ployees have been'asking: "What A. No. The War Orphans Education Harvey, director of the Bureauof
amended to provide an automatic effect 'does this so-called law prohibits: a young man Recruiting and Examining in .
cost-of-living increase annuities "freeze" have on Federal recruiting or woman from taking his or her the Civil Service Commission; .
whenever the CPI increases ? regular high school education Last year, he reported the
by at least three percent over the Nicholas J. Organovic Execu- under that program., To enroll ,system evaluated more than 2 MOLIS', '964"' nook:
month used as the base (for the tive Director of the Civil Service in.a course below the college million applications answered,,
most recent cost.of-living an- Commission: gave this response level the student must have com- more than 400,000 appointments LOADED $1795 :
nuity increase) and stays up by in a recent article: pleted, or quit his regular J high in every conceivable occupational
at least three percent for three "It requires a balancing act of school education. Further, the field. iSIUICK. 4- DOOR:
level .
below-college course must :
consecutive, months The automatic sorts. On the one hand Federal Each Interagency Board will
annuity increase is effec- agencies have to take a long hard be spedalizedvocationaltraining provide a comprehensive program ELECTRA 225HTLOADED
that will fit the student for '
tive the first 'of the third a vocational $15'5'
on day
look at every vacancy and: decideif of Federal job information;
month which begins after the it is absolutely essential that goal. in other words, a one-stop job
price index equals a rise of at the position be filled, or whetheran ******** information center. MALIIU 2 DR'HTR&H .
,least three 'percent for three con. employee already on the rolls VS -
secutive months. The increase Q. I am receiving one hundred
can be reassigned from less vital Automatic ,$13'5I
applies to annuities commencing work to take up the slack. percent VA compensation for aserviceconnectedisability. I ,.
'on, or before this effective date. "However, 'many vacancies t ., CanYouTAKE ,
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The percentage rise in the will have to.be. filled so, muchof May I accept- employment of any CHEVY WTOIIS!:I
price,index was 3.3 percent: in., the recruiting we normally nature? How will it, effect my YOUR CAR 'PICK-UP'TRUCK' $495 1;
August and 3.5 percent in Sep do 'to compensate ;for ,turnover compensation and is there limit WITH YOU ? il
'tember. If the percentage, rise (due to ,resignations retirements =;; ,on how much, I can earn? ,For Finau+na! aid hllutll t.'
;continues to remain, levej by etc.) must continue.Hir-; Stateside and Oversea. ( till S. : 'WESTSIDI'VOLKSWAGEN
at least three, inOctober", A.. No income limitation is attached 1
percent Ing may slow down=not come) to a DYER'M. BURRGOVERNMESr
annuities will be adjusted by the full stop"This to receipt of.VA service- I:%C.MPUWCE. :
,highest level of the price 100ex.. connected ,disability compen- FINANCCcoftpORATIONaid'; : I
.during the three month period.. Is'particularly'' true Lnttiecase sation. Veterans may receive ):
For example ,if the percentagerise of short-supply $skills he any, Income without forfeitingtheir INTERN TlONAt'srn\t'c'', ( 1150 s. Lone ,Avo ?
for October, 1.(; 3.', the.amount 'said;; ,such stenography:: andtyplnaaetngiprirgand award., In fact;' disabled INSURANCE COMPANY ,. .78-55n, 't;
.:: of""" the ;jlnjiUltyincreaseIU -, L .. physical veterans.'are encouraged to seek Tlnru Open. 8IID '', a pn;'.fUt sir, .!.,J "s
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t be 3,7 percent.: ;Theeffec- .science ftj, employment, which they can per. : : $
tive',date of,the increase:in such "And it 'is' true 'of cur efforts N form.. ""1'" a t1 -" .-.. j, '..'. "'. t..;

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Open ,til 9PM Mon. & Fri. YOUR HOUSE? We nope nor, but statistics show that many homes will be damaged! or destroyedthis BARRACKS'' ARE NOT IMMUNE as was S demonstrated recently'* by the spec NOR ARE TRAILERS, ,In many cases the steel' exterior/ of a

holiday season. tacular CPO barracks fire. trailer, confines heat and makes fire more Intense

S Every,year ,arouna tms time, lor your nome insure mat pro- least once: a day for absorption danger that existswhen combustible 'S.'S -- ff5: -S.- -l M a .

NI preparations for the holiday sea- longed storage has not allowedthe and evaporation. To help keep b Christmas wrappings :; ":t' ;': :\' :' S, sA':'.. '. ,. '. .'. .;' ., .
full become The allowed accumulate under _' t':''t .;.(. !. 'r d' ': .
7839 son .get into swing. Men tree to too dry. the tree greener many people add are to ) $ C 3.
and women, boys and girls alike dryness of the tree can be determined an aspirin to the water daily. 5' or ',near the tree.' Wrappings Jl;<. 1. !';
NORMANDYBLVD. begin to get that good old fashioned -. by testing the flexibility Several factors should be taken ; S should be removed from around : I; '1" "" .... .v .*..;'.. ... I,' ,'," :y', :. ',\'1.11;< ":"'':."' .. i
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"Hollday/Spirit"/ retention into consideration when deciding tree as soon as possible. ;
I The post office starts over .of needles. When too dry, where to place the tree.''The tree not use the fireplace .to .burn t'' ...;
I w5 cWws:55w flowing with Christmas mall,de-: tree branches' are brittle and should be a safe 'distance away S S Christmas, wrappings. as even j S ,.,
II I : 5f : : : partment stores begin their extra will shed
hours, decorations, are .being 1 If f the tree is not immediatelyput fireplaces, radiators, etc., and .'S S. is -a'.danger1' from.flying sparks., .S_ -' :
Ladles Night Every Thurs. 'pulled out of moth balls, and the up (in thehousethen' it shouldbe that standing or fallen, i It could .. "H. 'y!. '

children are beginning that never placed in water outdoors Until not, block the way out of the room T-Yf'
I Buy One Get One FREE (Your favorite beverage, ) ending letter. to Santa Claus. you are ready to use it. This or, the house' I in- case of fire.: S ,, FOR A SAFER? CHRISTMAS .. ____u ___ I
This season is generally one precaution will not be necessaryif
t't'S.\ LIVE MUSIC 6 NIGHTS A WEEK of happiness and'joy'] ,but national ''you' intend to cut a growing LIGHTING/ / i iv t"" If these safety\\t1ps are usedas If p. .;4
.' safety .statistics show that.carelessness tree, as the tree can be cut just '. -" < a guideline can insurea -
It t ; )you help i.IwSU
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II 1 'THE SWINGING DOOR turn' this into a.. time of sadness Just before setting up the tree, or overloaded .circuits -are.twq..) family and loved ones. But in addition J.- -
and' perhaps tragedy for many. ,saw off the trunk at an angle.at .
and SATURDAY primary examples of fire ha- to the suggestions listed
OPEN WEDNESDAY 'FRIDAY
By following safety. least one inch above the
precau- originalcut zards. Light sets should be here there are numerous other
tions, the possibility of tragedycan to improve the ability to absorb checked each year for frayed ,"common-sense"I precautionsthat 't* BuyNow...
r be avoided for manyfamiles. water. Place the freshlycut wires, loose connections: and should be adopted for increased -
r tree trunk inwater and insure broken.sockets. When purchasing
safety.
MEADOWBROOKTERRACE THE TREE that it is well supported. The
electric lighting sets be sure that
I The Christmas-- tree, Itself, level of water should be kept a* they bear the UL (Underwriters' The cigarette becomes an even Move In Before ChrIstmas
is !in many cases the cause of bove the cut the entire time the Laboratories) label. more dangerous instrument dur-
the fire. When selecting a tree tree is indoors and checked at The/use/( of the electric{ circuit! ing this time of the year. For

I serving the tree should not be this smoking should not
In Beautiful Clay)' County JL J over 15 ampheres.(Cord sets witha be allowed reason near the tree; or GIVE/ US A HOLIDAY By making y your home fire safe this

5419 KEN RD. OFF 103rd ST. PH. 771-5322 fuse in the plug, bearing the UL amidst deoorations and wrap- yean.

: label, are available). If too many pings. -
cords are plugged into one outlet
5 5BEDROOMS 5. old's GENERATORS the circuit will become, over- While the electric train sets A'
II ja loaded thus or spirit-fuel toys are popularat ;
increasing dangerof
STARTERS I ALTERNATORS fire. Christmas time. they should NEED CASH$ FOR THE HOLIDAYS?]

Certain decorations such as .not be set. up under or near
!the tree. A spark from such
wax candles should never be used
:' huh. or .RquIr., to decorate the tree or windows. toys could easily ignite the tree
3 BATHS When using wax candles insure or placed to'close they could

Quiity, it, I Fair Price that they are not placed too closeto possibly upset the tree. qjjqr

the tree.DECORATIOHand. ,
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a faucet are. within reach of the S

I Many Different Floor Plans .- decorations large variety on the Christmastree market tree. / II1I

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ACCREDITED SCHOOLS MONEY IN 1 DAY choosing your decorations insure cautions may have been taken, -'
that they are "flame-proofed. the cautious person will plan a ;
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'LOWTAXES SHOPPING, CENTER. $ Decorations made of glass, me- primary and alternate route to I-
$25 to S600 tal, or a fire resistant materialcan the outside from all rooms .

-CHURCH'TREES, be safely used. Untreated in case of fire. TT __;_L If" aj-r S, .
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ON YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE cotton batting paper and certain = U LcLBR3BR2 f '
Between. Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us how cloth costuming will Ignite quite Many people will neglect to fa I ? <
follow these guidelines for holiday .
easily and burn with Intensity -
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Both TWMUC! )you want. Pick up the. cash at )your' con ve. unless they are flame- I safety,or commit some care- Need art extra "Fifty" or more for those added expenses )
.. RO. .aAYOUWTYU4E. lence. Same-day service. proofed. less act. When the statisticsare which come with the holiday season? Get it on your '
COLLWS "
Bases ; 24 MONTH In the excitement of opening totaled for the 1966 holiday S signature only-no co-signers. Prompt confidential
5 REPAYMENT PLAN r service. Phone in. 'I'I
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t: gifts, many people forget the .season, don't be one of them!It.
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our i .5 S 84.33 5.00 355.79 27.00 t.r a to $$600 available with up Model C.I'
751.80 9.00 427.57 25.00 I to 24 months to repay $$292.OS $$12.00
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219.27 $Bob's Oak Hill I For those. who need that fourth bedroom and 2 baths.,
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Examples here is a budget priced model with features. galore.
TO I 286.73 I 17.00 600.00 34.39 Service Center. : amounts and payments 600.00 34.39 9 : Separate dining room, curve drive 'take. it out of the or.
czcx.neu! >. Pure, ; I II I dinary'and make" it ..pacial.BELL.
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THC PLACE:WHO.. !NAVY FAMIUtiLOVKT0 -264-5155- 5256 Beach Boulevard Dial 359.2895 It. 103rd &&i James Rd. 4 W.DUVALST.. I OO6LEMTURNERRD. I I 5551 NORMANDY M7-1W2 BLVD. j 'You are cordially Invited to Inspect our home at your convenienceS
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Nl 1966The Naval Air .Reserve's' 5dth Anniversary ,'eafdraws; ; ,',5; ;j';
Behind The SceneBy to a close, marking'.another year' of dedication and service: by the
;, 29,000 citizen patriots.The '
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students from .Samuel' Secretary of the Navy Com- Y ; 4 The GoldenYear, began when Secretary of the Navy, the Honorable ',4'
Wolf'Sort Senior High School visit- mendations for achievement were Paul II. Nitze, signed a notice proclaiming this the 50th Anniversaryof 'f 1
,ed NATTC's Aviation Electricians awarded to two NATTC petty officers the Naval Air Reserve on Feb. n, 1966. '
,Mate'School last Friday. by Capt Thomas B. Ellison -, '
The 'visitors, all students in at CommandingOfficers Inspection In 'the notice, Mr. Nitze such W-Pacific flight each y.

.an electronics class taught by December, reviewedthe, history and accom- month. ,
Mr. George. Cole,.were given an AOl G.B. Tanner earned the plishments of the Naval Air Re- On many occasions the air-
Indoctrination talk .on,their ar- commendation while serving with serve and praised the readiness craft have flown directly into
rival'at, the school byLCdr. M.C., Attack Squadron 215 aboard; the and patriotic contributions; of the DaNang t Vietnam to deliver the
.Premo, AE4B". training officer. USS Hancock from, December PERRY reservist over the past half.cen- cargo. The, crews of the flights .
The class, was accompanied by? 1965 to July.1966,while engagedin tury.'Today's. have been made :up of Selected
Reservists who have taken time
command ,consists of
W.E. Bilker support of combat air strikes
Following the indoctrination against insurgent communist for- 18, major: and five satellite ac- off from their civilian jobs to

the students were taken on a tour ces in North and South Vietnam. tivities'Iacated'near'majorpopulatton fly these missions. '
Officer Tanner areas throughout the united The members of the Naval
of the school byLtjgRJ.Thompson. "Petty ,through
During'the tour they visited great personal sacrifice and States. Air Reserve share one bond In
both phases ofAE"B" school and outstanding leadership directly Their primary responsibility common withtheirforebearersV
AE"A" school In the advanced contributed to the distinguished Is to provide the aircraft and per- these citizen volunteers do not "
sonnel to the field, 40 rest complacently in a troubled
phase of "B" school they: were combat record of the squadron support '
fleet-sized air squadrons of' all world. Foremost in their minds
Coil
shown the" Tesla demon- pilots. WhIle personally super-
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stration. In' the intermediate vising over 1,000 loading opera- types, and a transport capabilityto is a concern for ,the security .
lift Naval Air'Reserve forces of their homeland. They are
phase,they visited the transistorlab. tions on aircraft loaded with
a. \. more than.5.000,000; pounds of or- and equipment to support the increased -, prepared to give their loyalty,; .
?. ; r wartime load of the. Military their devotion,.and,1f necessary
Airlift Command. their lives to preparedness.
I. r The Naval Air Reservists have ,Today,.50 years after Its birth'
I WE HAVE A been (flying priority cargo mis-, 'the Naval Air Reserve Command ,
sions to the Western Pacific since bears little resemblance to' the
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'.. dnance his men attained a per-' our efforts In Vietnam., mission is the 'same, keeping'pace

'V V 1 and2 Piece Dresses ., fect safety record,although handling ,During this anniversary year, with modern defense re- ;, :
extremely dangerous multi- NARTU Jax has averaged one quirements.LADIES .
the ple combinationS of bombs,fuses,
"new 100'' '" DAYT/MEeCOCKTAIL.FORMAL- rockets, 20mm ammunition,
forth., "
Mother ..Regular Sins 6 to 44 flares and napalm. NEWS
to 6e; : ,Petite Sizes 5 to 13 ,;
Petty Officer Tanner's outstanding .. .s
of,o' performance lead- The J. O. W. C,December luncheon Naval Air Station
I SKIRTS. ership and devotion to duty were 'was held at the Officers' Guests attending this meeting '
,SLU'.s,.PAN1IES-TOPS SWEATERSSLIM BRASGIRDLES DIMS at all times in keeping with Club December 7. The affair were Mrs.Douglas Wold and Mrs.
4 the highest traditions of the Uni- was sponsored by FAW 11 Edward Pegg. V ..
ted States Naval"Services." arid NATTC., ,Senior Cohostesses On Dec. J,9, club ,members attended -
Ope rrla'oy Ntgttttnt. : ,were Mrs. H. B*. Stott, and coffee at the clubhouse,
.". 9 AE2 D. C., Perry was also Mrs., T., B. Ellison. Mrs*,Rhea honoring'Mrs.;Larry Burgess and .
) t awarded a Secretary of the Navy Ehterlngton a.wen-knownwater Mrs. Ted Glassmire,members of
r c frAu Commendation' for achievement. color artist from West'Hartford, the Board'.. Mrs. Burgess'and
". It was earned.4while' Perrywas Conn., was: the guest speaker.., Mrs.. Glassmire are leaving the
,.: : ,:serving in vAW, 11 De- The members of Navy ..Wives, area, to' Join, their husbands
: :&, MATERNITY tachment Charlie aboard the USS*r qJax 1.# 86helda, ,a ,business : '
.. '. ,Kittyhawk., ,Details), of his com' meeting ''last Wednesday evening ,elsewhere"e': .' 'I
.: SHOP mendation were ,not 'available. at' their' clubhouse ,aboard: the 14 at, the clubhouse 'with 'Mrs. '" '
3144 BEACH BLVD. : Ray Shaf r" ni Mrs. Michael, .

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it an exchange of gifts among the .
I960,Blending Blvd; ; -- 71 AM fo' 10 PM ,members attending. '

The meeting of,Dec. 21 will be
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Join America's 'mostpopular clubjjtastmas Chicken "All/ YOU cm Eat" $1.25 Speaker: for the evening will, beCdr.
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at the NAS Sax Theatre NASJAX, : : :
will be, shown regularly at 6 and
8:15 p.m., Monday through "O" Club: Tonight Is, Beefeaters Buffet special with ,
Saturday. In addition to the served from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m.. Friday come and
provided by "BILL MATHIAS AND THE PIPERS "
evening shows there ,
two will bea
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturday until 12 a.m. On Saturday there will be a Happy Hour
Sundays and holidays.. The P.m.. until 6 p.m.uTHE PAGE FIVE", will provide
Hospital Theatre will have from 8:30 p.m. until 12:30.a.m. Tuesday Is Foreign Dish |
weekly feature at 7 one German Dinner being the featured cuisine this week.
Cecil Field will have p.m.two shows Is 9 Family Chicken: Night food being served from 6 '

during be week at 5:30 and 8 p.m.
p.m. Matinees will be shown "C.P.O." CLUB; Tonight Is Pizza Nite with 12" Pizzas
on weekends at 2 p.m. $.90. Friday, your entertainment music will be provided
BUD CLARK COMBO": from 9 p.m. until 1 'a.m.
Thursday, 'Dec. 15, 1966 to music from the sound of "DICK WILSONS' ( )
NAS: "BEDFORD INCIDENT" for your: dancing and relaxation pleasure listen to the : 1 (
With Richard Widmark and Sid- ment music by "MARK CASTLE."

ney Poitier ((110 min)
HOSPITAL: "HEROES OFTELEMARK" "ACEY DUCEY CLUB": Friday enjoy music provided
: With Kirk Douglas VIKINGS". Saturday come and listen to music by "THE
and Richard Harris LERS." Sunday "MARCH WILSON AND THE REDa:>A
((125 min)
C. FIELD: "RINGS AROUND bring the entertainment music. Monday will be
THE WORLD":With Don Ameche with a tournament .being 'played. There will also be a H,
Narrator ( 98 min) table for beginners. Tuesday will be Bingo night.

Friday, Dec. 16, 1966 "BLUEJACKETS INN": Tonight come and enjoy -
NAS: "CATBALLOU" With music provided by "MARCH WILSON AND THE :
Lee and : On Friday, "THE REDCOATS ALONG WITH THE GO GO
Marvin Jane Fonda ((104
min) will bring the entertainment music for you. Saturday,
HOSPITAL "BEDFORD until 6 p.m. there will be a Family Dance with music : : hp
: INCI-
,DENT"Wlth Richard Widmark RAVENS". Sunday! will feature Family Dance from 2
, and Sidney Poitier ((110 min 6 p.m. with music by "THE RAVENS." In the evening,
STRICKLAND'S T. V. GANG" will the music
C. FIELD: "A MAN CALLED bring
FLINTSTONE" A p.m. until 11:45. p.m. Monday, will feature '"PHIL CAY
; : Cartoon feat- -
CHANTELS". Tuesday we'll have on ,board "THE
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{ RAVENS." Wednesday is our Game Night beginning
:' ,, :) Saturday, Dec. 17,, 1966 Specials for the week include the following: .
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'''. NAS: "ARIZONA RAIDERS": featured pizzas "all the way" for $.65. Friday from 5 -
: With Audie Murphy and! Gloria 9 p.m. Shrimp and Fish dinners for $.65. Saturday ,,
Talbot (96 min) until 7 p.m. a 16 oz. T Bone Steak with the complete -.
HOSPITAL "CATBALLOU": offered for $1.35. Sunday, is the Chicken Special 1 /2 :
With Lee Marvin ,and Jane Fonda dinner is offered for $.65. Other new menu editions can +
(104 min) at the "Sea Food Center."
M 1 C. FIELD: "HEROES OF TEL- IN
EMARK": With Kirk'Douglas, HAS CECIL 5

and Richard Harris {125 min) .O.R.F. Snack Bar is open 11 a.m. until 1 p.m i4onday .

; Sunday,' Dec. 18, 1966 Friday. .Bar opens each day at 11 a.m. and remains -
HOSPITAL: ARIZONA RAID- 6 p.m. on Monday Wednesday and Thursday; until 10 )
Tuesday and until midnight- Friday. Happy Hour
ERS" With Audie and!
: Murphy 7 p.m. on Tuesday and 3:30 to 6:30 on Friday. Dinner
Gloria Talbot ( 95 min)
is from 6 9 Contact B.O.Q. Mess
to p.m.' on Friday. .
C. FIELD "BEDFORD INCI-
: for dinner reservations and table
Friday night
group *
DENT Wit' Richard
Wid-
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mark and Sidney..fQltfer.110miD ( New'Years' Party Is 'set for 7 p.m. New'Years Eve. ;
miD) Dec. 19, 1966 will be from 7 1 to 8:30 Buffet food service is from 7 JO.JOO'I' -
tertainment starts at 9 p.m. Music will be provided by a
C. FIELD: "CAT BALLOU": combo. ] ,
With Lee Marvin and Jane Fonda .
Tickets are $6.00 per person. This includes food, party ;
((104 min)
; door prizes and entertainment. Menu features Roast
Tuesday, Dc-\ 20, 7966'' tree. Dress is coat and tie for gentlemen; cocktail n
the ladies. Tickets are now available through the
C. FIELD "ARIZONA RAIDERS" '
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With Audie and Secretary.Jan.
Gloria: Talbot ( 95 min Murphy) 2 features"the day after the night before"--
brunch from 8 a.m. to 12. Bowl games on color T.V. -
per person. Reservations required -
:: CPO CLUB Friday the CPO dub will feature Lobster
dinners. Music will be provided by the Tunesters.
irSTHEB&GEST ginning at 6:45 p.m. the active duty chief's will have their
ENTERTAINMENT Party Monday Chicken Chow Mein,will be on special. ;

EVER TO ROCK EM CLUB Tonight is game night. After the games the : .
will provide the music. Friday there will,be a Surprise
THESCREEMWtTH also music by the Mark Castle Combo. Sunday Phil Day -

LAUGHTER SrtNCOt TRACY Go Girls. Tuesday the Camelots will be featured. ( ) .
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Weapons Takes Capf Cup CF 'lowlinf News

year For WeapOnsDepanmentlstbe the second consecutive partment TOW making it three in a. MONDAY BOATS'Two

The Captain's Cup; is awarded
winner of the coveted Captain'sCup TheMalta,-Do's tenure as the
at NAS Cecil Field. This Is massinglhe annually to the Department number a-of top team in Monday Early League -
the second year for this particular greatest was short lived as the Black-
cup, with Weapons winning outlined points in in ucaptain'ssCup shoes took three games from the
both years ( 1965 1966)). "Docs" while the Do's could Coach Corsairs 16 34
Final standings
Sports I Program. week ends ago
A previous cup was retired by in this year's competition only manage splitWith VA 15. Wooten unveiled his UCLA Rustlers 16 36
John
the Aircraft Maintenance Dept. enabled the Blackshoes led
This ,
based on departmental "66 67" edition and More the to the
Bruins on stop
participation way
virtue of having won it three by Chuck Vinson '
Jim
by ((589)'and)
will be retired Ih basketball,bowling, foot- they promptly eased to a victory giant. This past Friday night,
This. the
times. Anglea (589)) to
cup and softball, i regain rival, USC, as Duke traveled -
deball, golf, were as over crosstown nationally ranked ,
In the same manner by any league lead by .5 gameVC .
follows 7 ft. 1 In sophomore and Vic Bub-
:
line held onto the#3 Lew Aldndori.r a to Los Angeles
Dept. Basketball Bowling Football Golf>'softball Total Team Won spot Lost dropped in 56 points in bas was sure that by putting
Blackshoes 35 17 his debut. three men on Alcindor he could ,
Weapons 27 51 18 29 ..37 162 Malta Do's 34.5 17.5 This brought forth thoughts ofWilt1beStUt''s be stopped. Only thing wrong
I ,Marines 36 34 35 13.133: 151 VC 4 Line 26.5 21.5 heyday atKan with this was that Warrens and
AMD 53. ;46 15 4 '., 21 "; 139 Gators 25 27 sas University and right away Allen proceeded to tear the Blue
Operations 33 57 0 17 0 107 Med Dental 24 28 future opponents began to devise Devils apart. True, with
Admin. 6 38 2. 14 3 63 VC 4 Maint 24 28 methods to stop UCLA's one three men collapsing on
Supply 0 0 0 13 31 44 VA -15 24 28 man team. him the ,giant only scored 19
Medical 0 14 0 3.5 2 '19.5 Missiles 11 37 Before too much thought'is given points: however, UCLA slaught-
Security 0 13' 0 0 0 13 to stopping Alcindor a good ered Duke 88 54.
Dental 0 2 0 3.5 0 5.5 look should be taken at the rest Saturday night Coach Bubbas
Pub1ic Works 0 0 2 0 0 2 TUESDAYRoy of the sensational sophomores changed his strategy and only
with which "Old Fox"Wootenhas played two men on Alcindor.
Specht rolled a fine 565 surrounded his giant. Another UCLA won the game 107 r 87
PART TIME EARNINGS? to pace the Blackshoes over the thing to be considered is that as Lew garnered points,The
second place PenPushers in
Alcindor as a sophomore has point I am trying to impress Is
Tuesday Early action.The Black- more polish and poise than Cham- that if you play man to mam
Yesl We've enjoyed/ a mutually beneficial relationshipwith shoes won three games and increased berlain every possessed in College. on the giant he is going to kill
/ Navy personnel, skilled passenger car and truck their league lead to 8 you, and if you double team
mechanical repairs and welcome/ your application games Services over, paced the by pack.Dave Special Anderson Lunne'Stallmaster' Lucius ,Allen him UCLA's teamwork is goingto
"If you would like to earn extra money working part bombed powerful Hangar and Frank Warren are the kill you.
time In our expanding 24 hour Chevrolet Service Or. #67 for three games and dropped other sophomores that are on Some people believe that good
ganization. #67 10 games behind the League the Bruins' starting Quintet,Like team play will beat the best of
Alcindor, all are ex high school big men; and I must go along with
and talk leader. Nick Neithermeyer rolled -
Telephone or come by to:
this line of thought However
of
All Americans and members ;
a 234 but it los-
game was a
what when the big man
DAVBBODtl ing cause as the Corsairs took last year's freshman team that happens
has teamwork his side?
TINY on Ask
KAIPUKI1, GENERAL SERVICE'MGR.f three games from VA 174 went 25 0 as baby Bruins. Vic Bubbas and the Duke "Blue
"0" while Weapons swept They have height, speed and "
JOHN DE/HL CHEVROLET CO. Devils
f four games from the Marines. teamwork rolled Into one smooth-
LOCATED DOWNTOWN 924 LAURA ST. AT ORANGE Team Won Lost operating scoring machine.

J 354.4621 Blackshoes 38 10 Vaughn rolling a 558 set took

_iiiii-i__ Hanger PenPushers t# 67 28 30 18 three games from the Stingers BUY.U.S.. ..:.
20
Although Lt. Falcon had a fine *; .
Corsairs )
18 6 572 series for the Stingers. nsavldng I
Special Services 21
27 Team Won Lost
Weapons 20 28 Hornets '38
III VA 174 "0" 15 33 14
iis Marines: 11 37WEDNESDAY Blackshoes 31 21 ;IhIt:4e4t
Dunkers 31 ...21
Hustlers 30 22
<, f Stingers 25: 27 '
Malta -Do's 17 33IMStiidlifs M.ti"H
The Hornets and Blackshoes, ..
top two teams in Wednesday
Early locked horns again, and FOOTBALLWon
the results 'were 'identical to Lost OUTBOARDS
their first meeting .-- a split of Marines Bks. 9' 1
two games for each team. Hor- VA 174 8 2 Boats- Motors-
nets were paced by Joe Park-
lb er's 526 series while Roy Spechtled HANDBALLVA Trailers
s 174 36 6
the Blackshoes with 524.
OPS 27 10 Sales & Service
The Dunkers moved into a 2nd! SQUASHVA
place with the Blackshoes as the) '" 174 30 6 WY.17 ORANGE PARK
took a four game sweep from the Malta Do's 16 14
i Malta Do's. The Dunkers SKEET 244-f 135 .
were led by Allman's 505 VA-44 9 0
series. The Hustlers with Dick VA174 5 3MILITARY




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Weekend Split For Flilrs AII.II'.......' or., .- _

; -JACKSONVILLEOJeyAUen, r WANT ADS WILL SELL FOR YOU 1 .

ufOf8 Uen'maR" in the Syracuse .'
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Cecil Here This Friday backfield. comes to the! Gator, '"
Bowl game Dec. 31 against Ten-
Playing uutside. the comfortable confines of the FloridaGeorgiaIiuerservice nessee with an average of 5.2
: League, the Jax Navy Fliers basketball team found the yards a carry.. '
road 1 a bit rocky the past weekend as they beat Santa Fe Junior College .***.**...****.***.****..+*** Great MusicTo
of Gainesville, 93-70 Friday, but lost the following evening, 102- In 21 Gator Bowl games pre-
98 to Sax city league power, Delta Drugs vious to the, Syracuse Tennessee Eat Great
In Friday night's game, Charles Bryson notched21 points and Cliff encounter Dec. 31, only one
Ormsby added 17 Overall, the Fliers made 13 out of 2a charity ended in.a tie..
tOSSeS. feaBBMHHHHBBBHB| BaMaHHH Pizzas by. ,< ,. '.
While Saturday night's affair -
saw the Fliers connect on WESCONNETT FURNITURE CO.
the most balanced team'sconngof
the campaign,,( Jerry Allen, mmimE81U1
19, John Edmonds, 16, Charles NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES ;
Bryson, 18 and Lou Rada, 19) HEW & USED TV SETS
they were unable to break. the NEW ADDING MACHINESNEW 4420 BIANDIKG BLVD.
stiff zone defense set up by DESKS
Delta in the last three min' FREIGHT SALVAGE '27 VARIETIES OF

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year with Johnson basketball, who -played conscious last HRS, 9a.m. 7p.m. Come In & Browse/ DARK. BEER -PH NE.. 771-2233 f

Jacksonville University led the Bring a Music Lover
dty team with 28 points. 532t '
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OPEN JTA.M. MIDNIGHT
The Fliers made it to the
charity line 14 times in the
second half; Delta had 22 opportunities .,
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Cecil Field here. The teams ,:, >.. ... r; '''ii:: !:. \'
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for all the Jax players In the/ :,. :-
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nament played here. The final ;;.
game matched Jax and Pen-
sacola/ Sat. Jax scored their who flies places
touchdown for a 8-Q shutoutin more : >

the first half. '''/0'1 ,than. we do.&M: : ;: ;; ;

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flights to more U.S. cities than anyber things can get a Jittle,tight You .

one else. In U.S. uniform, with milimight prefer'making a reservation, '\. ;
AN APT PENSACOLA to be the safe side. :.
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a few Impromptu tours around just 50% of the regular Coach fare. we hope you come to United first. .

Jackson end In last Saturday's his game.47th This also applies within 7 days of. There's no'better way to get in the "" '...
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consecutive touch football discharge. You can sit wherever the Christmas spirit ,than by flying ,

win as a quarterback. seats are- even First Class when horao for the holidays in the friendly ,

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rlntramural Champs Recognized I

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fl Intramural Awards Presentations, Fall 1966 .

'V.II.yhtH: ; d .l INTRAMURAL CHAMPION NARTU :
INTRAMURAL RUNNER UP VP -"30 -
J .' AMERICAN LEAGUE WINNER 0 &'R ..
.. ,\ NATIONAL LEAGUE WINNER NARTU .
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Tenth Futhd, !: All Station ,V '-' VAP'62

,. Intramural Champion .. VAPL.P; 62 j I.'f\ .
Intramural Runner Up ,; FAETU "' ..
.., ..' .; American League Winner i" ;:YAP -62: ,". ,, .:' 'tiY:
National League Winner.v Communications .SS
High Scorer Tommy Thomas" Air Operations
;,MostiValuableGolf ; Don Jackson VAP..-\\62 '
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: { Intramural Champion:.4; NARTU
Intramural Runner Up,:: /Hospital "A" & B LAN DINGPH0HISPM341
'." American League Winner ... 0 & Rt ,
National League Winner:& 1VP"'='5"
Low Lt. Valdez """:- .
Aggregate Scorer ;.r NARTU '
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Most HDCP Mike O'Brien -
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::7: ,?', ':I" :' : Intramural Runner Up FICEUR Cloak &Daggers IMPALA' SPORT SEDAN.$1395

-" : :,'''';. f' -;. American League Winner FICEUR Cloak & Daggers Auto/trans., V-8, Power steering, Power brakes,
: Continental League Winner A/C Maint Seven Tens RAH air Solid W/S/W All ,"
Atlantic League Winner 679th NCO'sDispensary Factory yellow, ,
: Caduceus original. .
I National League Winner

A ner; High Game Bill Harden .247 Play Boys 62 CHEVROLET 2DR. . + : . J895
Amer. High Set Bob Haberly : 621', Cloak & Daggers Stand. Shift, 6 cyl./ R &,H Light Green, WSW
Amer. High Avg. LCdr. Fahey 187 VP 30 PRO'sCont.
62 CHEVY/ WAGON . . .J895
Auto/tr ns., 6 cyl., R & H,. Solid White, Blue
High Game Jim Burgay 244 A/C Maim 7 10's Int.
Cont. High Game Billy Bagley : ,', ,622:; : ,ACMaint710's679th
Cont. High Avg. Dave Lesko '", 185' Pin. Benders> 62 NOVA SPORT COUPE. . . "'J895:
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'o\\: ,. Stand. Shift, 6 cyR/ & H, Light Blue, W/S/W ,
All. High Game Bob Ritzell.Y. : !;::: 24i .FLT WE A FAC FOGGY 5 -
Extra Extra Clean.
Alt High Set Bob Ritzell .y-59r".j; 'x. 'FLTWEAFACFOGGT5FLT ,
I Alt. High Avg. Bob Ritzell 179 WEA FAC FOGGY 51 63 CHEVROLET WAGON 4 DR. . $1395

Auto/trans, power steering, R & H, Solid white,
r Nat. High Game Bill Richman 246 Dispensary Caduceus Blue Interior, V/8, Extra, Extra 'Clean.
Nat. High Game Luigi Luci 637 Dispensary Caduceus '
I/1 Nat. High Game Tom Hodges ( Ret.) 181 FICEUR CPO's 63 /IMPALA SPORT SEDAN.'S149$
V-8, Power steering, R & H, ,Ar Cond., Solid ,
d L U Blue, W/S/W. .- "

\ ; : 65 BEL AIR 4DR ''SEDAN. "'.. '.;-. .11 95 .
FrestbiOiThtCik Would You Bel/eve. Auto/trans., V.- 8, R & tj, Ivory over Tourq., "

l'; W/S/W, Extra Clean. ? ....
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Highlighted by awarding
i the NAS Ironman Trophy, individuals -, for the best deal in auto, scooter,
and squadron teams 'Ute! d -s; ,;.. \
ff orhomemobiletoo) insurance t ...,. ;'". -
U, took their bows at the twice- ( '" ." ," -
annual Intramural Program Trophies -
I Presentation: held in the in town, call or drop by ., A' -

gym Monday. .

f Capt. Martin J. Stack was on A INSURANCE Devu -

I :. hand to present the Ironman award -vx v Shaw
to ,NARTU for the July- AGENCY
"' December,' period. The large 112 NORMANDY 8LV0 fOppos/fc/ WcirJiJ 3o i plaque, emblematic of the division 5PEC/AL/f/ ''N INSURANCE FO/M/L/TAtfY/ / Auto/trans., V-8, Power steering Power
I gathering in the most points Brakes, R'& H, Sliver Blue White Int. W/S/W.
I, over the whole range of the Intramural -
t I program has been won
1 only 5ne other time by NARTU, 65 MALIBU/ ''SUPER SPORT COUPE. ,> .57995
I (July December of 1963.) Competition Jos IJos JO11! Auto/trans., V -,8, Power,steering, R & H, Solid
I: first began for the award Tourq. Blk. Int. W/S/W -
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i in January of 1952. '

; 65 PLYMOUTH SPORT COUPE .. .$1995
i i NARTU's 3000 points assured r Auto/Trans., V 8, Power steering, R & H,
.1 them the trophy. Because two Buckett seats Solid Blk. Gold Inf., W/S/W, "
intramural sports have yet to be '
Extra Extra j
sharp.
J' completed VP-5 will finish with >
J either 2625 or 2725 for runner- ,")
,: up VAP-62 will total either 2300 65 DODGE G. T. 2DR. .' .". . .$1695
t dr 2400, VP-30 was assured Hard/top, Auto/trans., R & H, Bucket 'Seats '
t fourth with 1450 or 1550 FICEUR s Two tone paint, W/S/W. '. ,,,'n- ': "
will finish with either 1350 or r *,. "
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\ 1450 and FAETUs 'Ironmantally/ 65 BEL AIR 4DK SEDAN., ',.'- ."'- .' ., .57795
of 1225 points closed out the -
competition
l r period. Auto/trans', 6 cyl./ Power steering. R & H, Air
Cond.
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Earlier this year VP-30 had .
t won the Ironman Trophy. IMPALA/ 'SPORT COUPE. . 52795
January June period.) Auto/trans., V 8, Power steering, R & H, Factory .

JANE BE NIMBLE JACK BE QUICK Air Cond.very" over light Blue. .
JAX $ GREATEST .

FURNITURE : OUR CHRISTMAS CLUB WILL DO THETRICKI! 66 MALIBU WAGON . . . 52695 -

h.ri, ..c.rw.la Auto/Trans., V-8, Power steering R d H,
.VALUES'' No more make-do Christ w..klyr SOwuksl Factor' Air Cond., 'Solid Color, / / .

WHOLESALE masses for youl You can give ..50. 25.00
them "fust whqt they want" 66 LEMANS SPOftT COUPE.$2595
1.00 50.00
PRICE TO EVERYONE when you've saved ahead.our 2.00 100.00 Auto/trans., R & H, Power steering, Factory
Christmas Club way. Join for 3.00 150.00 Air Cond., Solid Tourq. Blk Vinal top, W/S/W.

OPEN '67 nowl! 5.00 250.00

V RY 66/MPALASPORT: COUPE. .'. .$2795
DAY Auto/trans., V-8, Power steering; R, & H, Fact.
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