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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 22, 1966
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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-.' THE CAPTAIN'S CHRISTMAS I MESSAGE .

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; Holly and mistletoe, llgnts on trees, and the bustle of shoppers Christmas -- Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward Men.

in the stores make us all aware that our most Important holiday Mrs. Stack, Bill and Sheila Join me In wishing each and every
is almost here.Christmas
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one of you and! yours a very merry Christmas and we hope that the
is the time for beauty -- for beautiful music and true meaning of Christmas will enrichen your holiday; festivities.

beautiful scenes, for pretty cards'aId pretty clothes, for bright Please drive with care so that all of us may return to enjoy the,
packages under a sparkling tree. wonderful new year that lies ahead.
But more importantly, it is a time for feelings. It is a time ,, 4' .

for warmth and compassion, for love, for selflessness. It is ... ,; ..... : : .
a time for family and loved ones. .. .. '
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n hands to encircle the ,.
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CATECHISM CLASSES '
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:.t" ,. CORDS P 1' Chilled Fruit Juice .

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SUNDAY'S
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0930 & 1100--Divlnr.Worship

A Christmas PrayerBy SUNDAY SCHOOL Giblet GravyCranberry Sauce

0930 '- -Chapel Annex .. ,
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Snowflake Potatoes Candied Sweet Potatoes

'Someway or other, as we hear and say 'Merry Christmas' this WEDNESDAY'S
year we have that tongue in cheek feeling. It's a mechanical 1900 -Choir Rehearsal Buttered Whole/ F. F. Broccoli

proposition, with not too much heart 'in it. We well know that it THURSDAY Kernel/ Corn W/Ho II an cia Is e Sauce

cannot be 'Merry Christmas' In the sense of the word that we 2000 Christian Science Service
Assorted Salad Bar
know it the Christmas tree, a glowing hearth fire, presents SECOND MONDAY of Each Month
gaudy colors, joyous children until, to coin' a World War One 0930 Chapel Women's Guild W/Assorted* Dressings

phrase, 'it is over, over there." (Small Chapel) Sweet Mixed Gherkin Pickles .

The above quotation may seem a bit dated, but in a mannerof U. S.NAVAL HOSPITAL Hot Dinner Rolls Butter Patties
speaking It Is very appropriate for December, 1966. Today; Sunday's 1000
as in December 1944, we are engaged In a bitter conflict whichis Mincemeat Pie Fruit Cake
resulting In the ,separation of many loved ones during this most '
.joyous holiday season of Christmas. CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT Assorted Ice Cream, Cups ,:
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During those troubled times, we all joined In prayer that the con- j
flic: W9uld.s end,.and,.that another: would never, ensue; yet,todaywe foday- : Hard Candles ,, :- ;
'find that another has} /and 'agalnf we 'pray that It will end. .WilJ Choir Practice" at .7 p. .m. ,:' .S: :'\t :', Assorted Fresh Fruit .: '.: "!'' ,

*there ever be'ar\end **, xc Ut. x, )tf iE>v ,.* Sunday- :. ". j' :. Coffee Tea Milk
,* > fanr.f' ;:,been asking Jiim elf. this question i slnce Ore beaInning Sunday School at"9:30*prm. ,", Y. i. I
\>f ; yet.Sliiceihat'time, man hascontlnued'to'wagewa\ Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. \ .' '!,j j t, ;"::1 ., "t' : 1
his fellowman, constantly forgetting the message heralded on Communion on the first Sundayof ..............................------..

that first Christmas morning "Peace on Earth' to Men, of Good the month.
Will."

This' year, as we offer our Christmas,prayers,'let.us hope thatIt CATHOLIC ChristmasServices
: will be the last time we need pray for the end of conflict Let us, Dally- .J-
hope, that peace will soon come, and that next Christmas 'we shall 11:20 a.m. Mass ...
be united with our loved ones. Let us aspire to fulfill the herald Sunday-
and provide Peace'6n Earth to All Men of Good Will. 8 a.m. and noon Mass Con-
fejsions heard before each Mass.


Chaplain's MessageThe On Saturday, December 24 at

7:30p. m. ", a Christmas Eve
inn which was 'too full to take an expectant mother'remains Traffic Candlelight and Carol Service
,With us as an eternal parable. In our present tense in the mid- will be held In the All Saints'
1960's we see the rejection of that night almost 2000 years ago ViolationsThe Chapel. The story of the birth
was no mere isolated, event The doors locked so tightly before of Christ will be read,and Carols '
his birth, have remained so even until today. Jesus, the Christ, commemorating the event will be
as Hoffman has so meaningfully painted it, still stands outside following is a report of sung. This service will present a 14o
doors and knocks, seeking entrance into our busy lives. He would motor vehicle accidents and traf- wonderful opportunity for family /.4
come in 'to share :our tables and lives, but in the hustle and bustle fic violations for the period worship. It Is hoped that parents P
of,dally living we do not.hear his voice. December 12 December 19. will utilize this event as means P
First: Other 'guests have .seemingly, arrived before him. If Number of Accidents of acquainting their children with
he,. had 'little earlier would have had time the glorious birth of I IaaMs
only come a we ,to go This Week - Three our Lord.
to the door. But the children have to be fed, the house must be Total Accidents this year On December 24, at the Saint
,cleaned, the morning paper read. How ''will we know where the through December 19333.. Edward's Chapel, there will bea
days sales will'take place unless we prepare our marketing through Number of Accidents through High Mass at midnight. The
reading the'morning newspaper? December, 1965 - 260. singing of the Saint' Edward's
Suddenly the ,doors open, but rather than a bidding him,entrancewe Choir will featured. Followingthe
run from our homes like a herd of wild,elephants. School starts Total number of. days since High Mass,on Christmas Day, .- -
early; I have a ,test in Algebra and a paper,to finish before History last Injury In a motor vehicle there will be two Masses held at f"T
class. And the school newspaper, or French: Club, or basketball accident -- - -14. 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.
practice. are held after.school hours. Number of ViolationsThis These services are In additionto
But our youth only follow our adult patterns, do they not? Leavingthe the services which are held In 11f
week- - 32.
home :empty ,we rush to our offices, hangars, or warehouses'' the Saint Edward's Chapel daily.
Speeding- - - 10.
to".engage in the work of-the day. The dollar must be earned. Competition --
lskeen and we'may not take time to bid him entrance at Reckless DrivingOne..
Going through Stop SignTwo..
the place of our employment. "-
Perhaps the evening, knock might be answered -- if he can but Violations19.. ,
Wait --, for Boy ,Scouts to be dismissed, for studying to be com- Ten drivers appeared' before JAX NEWS
pleted, for dishes to be ,done, and T.V. watched. Prime time is the Traffic Hearing Board at AIJR:
not to be toyed with, and thellp.m.news must first be heard, analyzed the meeting held on December
,.and forgotten.If 20, Disposition of the- cases
,there were only more hours, Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God" Included the following:.three lost The JAX AIR NEWTS /* a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper -
and Son of Man. If there were only more time, we might then be driving and parking privileges distributed each Thursday at the U. S Naval Air
,able to relax and listen. But you know how it is, Lord. Weren't aboard station for various Station, Jacksonville, Florida/ by the Holt Publishing
you one of us once? periods; Two were assigned to
Company, a private firm. All Copy'submitted for in
use
We really don't dislike you, but we really haven't much time right complete an eight-hour course In the
now. Would you mind waiting until tomorrow: ? Right now the inn remedial driving atNAITC;none JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
is full,but I'm certain some of the guests will be leaving. were assigned to complete six- Affairs Office Box 2, HAS Jacksonville, by 72:00 noonon
There is a place out back where you may wait The animalsare hour course In remedial drivingat Monday before publication. Hews items are welcomed
there. They may gIye you a little warmth. Because I know Jax Police academy; two received from all Sources. Telephone EV 9-77/1, Ext. 8/62.
,you must be chilly standing outside as you have done all day. suspensions; two were Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and :,

given warnings; none dismissed; queries concerning such should be directed to:
nine fined (U.S. Commissioner !
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The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd. t
and four referred
I to
JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER will// not publish on, commanding
Jacksonville Florida
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officers for Telephone !
possible disciplinaryaction.
1 December 28 and January 5. The editors and staff of this .

j newspaper extend our sincere best wishes to and ,
you
VOL. 24
9 yours during/ the Christmas and New Yeor holidays Ten drivers accumulated 28 NO. 39 DECEMBER 22, 1966- I

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December, 1966 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Fog 3

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New Books at Library.
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By Sharon Arnold, LibrarianIf

I you find yourself needing a Claven, British Secret Service
quiet break sometime during the Agent, on an assignment involving -
I hectic holiday season,try settling missing ships carrying large
R down for awhile with a good book. quantitites of gold bullion, is
The station library can offer.old pitted against a well-organized r
I favorites, or you might take a gang of ruthless killers who are
i look at these new ones which are hi-facklng ships off-the Western
now on the shelves. Highlands. ,
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From of the coauthorsof The >
I one more ambitious might want
I -s--i THE UGLY AMERICAN and to take a look at Dill Tobolt's
FAIL SAFE, Eugene Burdick a AUTO BODY: REPAIRING. Here,
1 new book A ROLE IN MANILA. In one "easy-to-use" volume,
This is a collection of short are simplified methods of metal
stories, about war, post-war, straightening, filling dents," repainting -
peace, and adventure.. glass and panel replace-
,WHEN EIGHT BELLS TOLL ment, door alignment, and recovering -
by Alistair MacLean. Peter convertible tops. Lf. Cmdr. Ed Wingerter

Lt. Cmdr. Ed
Wingerter re
CVW JO Christmas Party. ". .(/ to rLt. .( .g.) Richard Nolte ; .. corded his 500th arrested landIng -
Lt. Cmdr. Pete Schoeffel; Cmdr. /lice Jones, VA 75 commanding recently aboard the USS F.D.
officer; Capt. John W. Fair, commanding officer of the USS Roosevelt after completing a
Intrepid; Lt. Cmdr. Jerry TerreLf.// Lee Co/e./ combat. mission over NorthVietnam. -

Y One of two Landing Signal Of-
CYW10 Christmas Party 1 W M ; ficers on the staff of Commander -

., Attack Carrier Air Wing One,
Attack Carrier Air Wing Ten Jerry Terrell and Lt. Lee Cole ti .r Wingerter has made most, of
held its annual formal Christmas of VA 15. Navy Commendation i, his arrested landings In A4 air-
Party December Medals r craft. Prior to joining CVW -1
Sunday, 18 went to Lt. Cmdr.,,
at NAS Jacksonville Officer'sClub. Fred Hoerner, CVW 10, and he was attached to Attack Squadron -
Commanded by Command Lt. Cmdr. Denny Price and' Lt. Forty Four at NAS Cecil
er Kenneth Burrows, CVW :- Pete Russel of VA 176. LtJ. r Field. He Is presently deployed
10 has recently returned from (J. g.) Richard Nolte of VA- aboard the Roosevelt with Cecil-
serving in Vietnam aboard the 15 received a Gold Star. in lieu based Attack Squadron Seventy
USS INTREPID. of a ninth Air Medal. jr.at Two. Wingerter will 'return to
Attack Carrier Air Wing Ten w Jacksonville upon completion of
Guest of honor for the even- comprises four squadrons, two his present deployment.A .
ing was Captain John W. Fair, of which are based in the Jack- recent winner of the Air
Commanding Officer of the IN- sonville area. Attack Squadron Medal for meritorious achieve-
TREPID. of Fifteen ment In the air war against North
Highlights the commanded by Com
evening was Captain Fair's pre- mander Ike Jones, Jr., Is sta- Vietnam, 'Lt. 'Cmdr. Wingerter
Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E.
sentation of awards to severalof tioned at NAS CecilField. Attack -
the pilots' Squadron 176, commandedby Wingerter of Miami Springs,Fla.
Receiving the Distinguished Commander Ray Ashworth, Is VA83 families put a Christmas party on tape for husbands and He !is married to the former
Flying Cross were Lt. Cmdr. based at NAS Jacksonville. 'fathers aboard the USS 'Shangrf-La. Miss Sandra L. Sawyeralso'
of Miami Springs.


Sarles' Dwfhttr No. 30,000 YA'3CIrIst.usParty WESCONNETT FURNITURE COmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmam .

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t NAS Jax Hospital NEW & USED FURNITURE & APPLIANCES'

Wives and families ot the NEW & USED TV SETS
NAS Cecil Field made'It 30,000 corded at 9:08' p.m. last Friday enlisted men ,of Attack ,Squadron HEW.ADDING MACHINES
for NAS Jax last week -- 30,000 evening, December 16,when Mrs. 83 got together at the Bea- NEW DESKS
babies at NAS Jax Hospital that Jacques A. Sarles gave birth'to con Club aboard NAS Cecil FREIGHT SALVAGE
'is! The magic number was reNUMBER a 6b., 12oz. baby girl. Proud Field recently to wrap up a spe- EASY CREDIT TERMS .
father is ADJ1 Jacques A. cial Christmas package for their HRS, 9a.m. 7p.m, Come In & Browse/
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Sarles, VA 44 Line Petty husbands and fathers, now sf
Officer aboard NAS Cecil Field. deployed aboard the USS Shangri-
Officiating at ,the birth of lit- La.The 5326 Wtscontttllvd.it 103rd 111.0150
tle Miss Cynthia Sarles was Dr., special Christmas pack-
Maynard F. Long.A age going to the men of VA -
ceremony was held at 10 83 will contain colored movies
a.m. Monday ,at the hospital, and recorded tapes made at'the
and a crape myrtle 'tree was Christmas party. Fathers aboard
planted in symbolic celebra- the Shangri La will be ableto
tion of the birth. In ancient hear their children telling their NEED CASII FOR TIlE HOUMVS? }
-- times the 'myrtle tree ans held Christmas wishes to Santa
sacred to Venus, the Romad goddess Clause.
of spring, bloom and beauty. Filling in as Santa at the
Christmas Party was Kenneth
The NAS JAX Hospital was Spooner, ,Jr., son of Chief K. E.
commissioned In 1941. The
Spooner, now' deployed aboard GET
30,000 figure means that babies the Shangri La. ;c.
have been born there I at the ,
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The Shangri. La left for a
rate of 1.200 per year, or an average Mediterranean Cruise on Sept- f
of more than 3 per day ember 29 and will return to Jack- ;_ '
every day for 25 years. sonville next,May.

Number 30,000 for NAS Jax /, ti
Hospital.' was Number Two for:
BIG the Sarles. Waiting at home to Buy
for little'
a
welcome his new baby sister Is
girl. .30,000th baby born 2 1/2 year old Mark Sarles. The
at HAS Jax Hospital, Miss Sarles family lives at 8060 Jac- Bonds
Cynthia Ann Sarles viewed ques Drive in Jacksonville.
by her proud parents, Mr. and ,
Mrs. Jacques Sarles (VA. r

44)), HAS. Cecil, ,and brother
Mark. Need an extra "Fifty"or'more for those added expenses
which come. with the holiday season? Get it on your
signature only-no co-signers.. Prompt confidential
r service. Phone or come in.
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Drive. Dtfinsiv,


Avoid ,Statistics

P.
The 1965 report of military
drivers violations compiled by
the State of Florida Division of
Motor Vehicles ,show that the
greatest number of accidents'In
volving military drivers accrue
between 4 p.m and 5:30 p.m
L on Friday and Saturdays. Thereis L4
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ii : I no, increase in vehicle speed -tws
noted yet this sharp rise In the
number of accidents occurs. j
1 NAS Sax Security Officer,D.W.
Moore is encouraging everyone' to rip
drive and walk defensively, par-
ticularly during this winter and
holiday season.
To prevent our names from, + k
being added to the accident statistics ,
and to lesson or eliminate -
THE MAD FOXES BEQ;Is given o hint of Christmas back home this increased danger, eachof

by Patrol Squadron Five Officers' wives, 'with/ holiday decora- safety us is with encouraged attention to.to practice these Season's GreetingsPRESIDENT

tlons and a trimmed yule tree. tips: .
Use Both Hands. The steering OF THE UNITED/ STATESTO
NATTC'SAO'sPlaySanta wheel Is not a plaything to turn
or hold with the little finger or THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE> ARMED FORCES: Christmas
the index finger and thumb. You Is a time for hope. It is also a season for renewed Inspirationfrom
are attempting to guide, a potential Christ's universal message of peace on earth goodwill toward
Year Round blllistic missile. In short,
the "lover's cuddle" has been men.To the men and women of the armed forces and to their famlles,
Aviation; 'Ordnanc' Then from NATTC have been, giving two refugee the major cause of numerous Mrs. Johnson and I send our warmest wishes for the blessings of
'children In Hong Kong a,year'round Christmas. The children, motor vehicle accidents among the Christmas heritage. .
Kam For. an eight year old boy, and Wong Chlk Kuen, a five year young' drivers.. Many of you' are serving the cause of freedom far from your.
old girl were adopted by the brdnancemen In 1962. The men have .Remember, the odds are that homes,and familes. .
been in constant contact with' the children with monthly letters.On the individual behind the wheelof Among other freedoms, you ,are safeguarding the right of wor-
'several instances' men' were the other vehicle or the Individual ship. Our prayers, the envocation of free men, areconstantlywith :
transferred to Hong Kong, and This year, the Ordnance walking, thinks and acts you.Your' .
visited with their "kidsn ". men received their Christmas about the same. as.)ou,so WATCH courage and dedication have earned our deepest ,gratitudeand
present from Kam ,For and his OUT. pride. .
family. Recently, the NATTC ..Leave yourself' an out by not As we enter the New Year we shall reaffirm our determinationto
AO's learned that through their following too closely and not secure a world of peace. And we shall hold fast to our faithin .
,assistance, Kam Por and their driving. too fast for conditionsyou the.:brotherhood of men, everywhere on earth "
family have become self sup ( cannot stop the vehicle as. "
porting.CWO. quickly on wet(rain, ice, etc.)' LYNDON B. JOHNSON
DON'T WAIT S. W. DeLoach, division roadways).
'" 'TIL THE officer of AO (B) School, coordinator .If conversing while driving, SECRETARY OF DEFENSEWith
NIGHTREFORE. of the foster :parents, the passengers can hear you
plan for the school, ,said, "Fif- without turning your head In the advent of this Christmas season we renew our hope
.
.. teen dollars a month per child their direction. for 'peace on earth. You ,the men and women of the armed
'SHOP,EARLY isn't much, but It sure means .The yellow or white center forces at home and abroad, are the guardians of that hope. We
" .. : a lot to ,the kids. It helped lines on the roadways are' for are grateful for your' sacrifices and devotion to your country.
.AND GET. '.. Kam For""and ",hlsMamilyand regulatory:purposes;'not. to keep May the ,spirit of Christmas be ,with you. May the New Year
: THE, BESTI. that should be the principal of your left wheels on, for guiding bring the peace for which we,strive. ; '
1k'.s : any ,charity 'projeCt. We'll miss purposes. "'
Kam Por's letters but we're .Walk facing traffic. Staywithin ROBERT S. McNAMARA
Lake Short glad we,were able to help he and pedestrian lines when crossing .
his family become self suf roadways. COMMANDANT OF THE MARINE CORPSTo
BICYCLE SHOP ficient.'* .Observe and heed regulatory
Marines, to all Free World fighting-men, and,to families
your
Scott Robertson 'USN (Ret of Wong Chik signs.
) The families
I extend warmest wish for a joyous Christmas May the
Drive and walk a minimum may my
from
and Kam Por
Kuen
505 Timothy Lane Communist China priorthesettling escaped during hours of darkness. promise of Christmas, which your' service and sacrifice providesfor
PHONE'388-0612 in the British Crown Colonyof all, be yours through the coming years
Open til 9PM Mon. General l, U.: S, Marine"Corp

. e e. . . . THERE IS A '"
CHAIRMAN, ARMED FORCES

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.. Christmas Is a time to pause
".: .' : : and reflect upon, the blessingsof
NEWEST OFFICE a wise and generous God,whose
STORE Son's birth we honor.
." "'fr'i-'OJ'tIuJ The birthday of the Prince of
i Peace Is 'a day of joyful cele-
) ", ,. ', .....,.' BENEFICIALFINANCE .!. NEAR YOU bration 'of, .a,birth'that.changed'
1 : : ,the, world, ,It'Is.,a time to reaffirm -
that'good will toward men
Co.'JACKSONVILLE_
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and peace on earth are the high-
: (V ntlaBranch) : est alms of ,mankind Althoughthe
' : brotherhood.of'man remains,
,'.:5i35biS.tltilvJ. ,rh'M3IM374LOANS ,. {C"CKOUIt. : .an ideal and One,to,be achieved.
the aspiration_toward greater understanding
f : : : :LU lCHION'IIIICIALI .and.affection among',
f .. : '' $25Ato- ,boo' ._ ; the ,sons of men persist, in spiteof
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:Let Beneficial,put cash in your pocket today.Just& drop #:-
., 'In';to'see'us'at'this'convenient new location. in our . ''How comforting: that there Is.
,.'. ,.brand:new,.modern, comfortable' off ice I '. a. light 'which DO''darkness'candini'whici and'
has been bright,
r We'll be happy to show you around,and Introduce you '. ,glowing for 2000'years' the light
to'your,new neighbors-the Beneficial Manager and MILITARY AUTO :INSURANCE
., which .Inspires us. to follow
his.Staff. They'Fe'well qualified to give the friendly, Christs' holy example of universal -
courteous,'up-to-the-mini te cash loan service that has <' .All ,Ranks' All AgesLOW faith, hope andlove.To .
made'Beneficial.famous over the years. -
RATES all members of the Armed
Beneflciaf today Is recognized as the largest system of ,Forces, both military and civilian -
affiliated finance offices of its kind.And, right here In and ,to your families, I
our own community, you'll find that Beneficial Is a EASY MONTHLY extend my,personal best wishes
good neighbor, a good citizen and a good place to get : for a most Blessed Christmas
moneyl! PAYMENTSMcDOUGALL'S May the New Year bring' us many
-' Check our new address and phone number-then, call : opportunites of service to God
.' up or come In for your cash. Remember Beneficial is and country.
the one place to call for money the minute you want itl!
How much can you use..this very minute/ CHARLES E.: BROWN, JR.
,e Chaplain (Mo//. Gen.) USA

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: I : I FINANCE Co.,of:JACKSONVILLE .,.. (479 Rttsavtlt II,.. 388-7676 I W. WIsIIy.A jg

.(VENETIA/ BRANCH) Next to' Winn Dixie 2990 Mo/port Rd. 249-5649 Coll Us Anytime MERRY CHRISTMAS?

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Position The following Opening vacancies have Merit, Promotion Can I Civil Service News ,

been announced under the I Merit .
Promotion Programof NASJack Advance An Employee

sonville. Additional details per- Ervin Drafts New Code
taining to these announcements

and the scope and requirementsof When Vacancies OccurThe Would you believe there's soon to be more than one'"bill of
this program may be obtained rights?" Yet the newly created one won't be part of the Con- I
from
the Industrial Relations following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted stitution.Instead.
Department.ELECTRONICS In'accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program: sen.- Sam J.- Ervin- TECHNICIAN- tional Rights Subcommittee is I now r engaged in drafting a, revised.
GS OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT
( 9)) -- Closes December
version of the federal employee 1 1 bill of rights."
23rd. McCOY, J. C. TO: Airframes Worker Ervin's revision hopes to accomplish -
SUPERVISORY INDUSTRIAL ORLENJ AK, Alexis TO: Welder ( Aircraft "A") ':. : (a) exempting from Civil Service Commissioners,
ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN ANDREW. Nell TO: Production Dispatcher: coverage of the measure the who contend that the Bill's
(GS -. 13)) -- doses December23rd. RUMSEY, Albert E. TO: Clerk GS.4 Federal Bureau of Investigation, provision for criminal penalties !-
HUDGINS, William H. TO: Materials Engineer, GS 11 the National Security Agency and for managers who run afoulof
PERSONAL STAFFING SPEC- DORRELL, William J. Jr. TO: Inspector (Aircraft Airframes) the Central Intelligence Agency. its restrictions are alien to
IALIST, (GS 7)) -- Closes SWEET, George C. TO: Inspector (Aircraft Airframes) "Federal Times" believes "Er- personnel administration and
December 23rd.EMPLOYEE GOUCHNOUR. William F. TO: Chief Ouarterman ( Machinist) vin reportedly is convinced of the will ultimately put clamps on in-
DEVELOPMENT. BARRETT, William P. TO: Mechanical Engineering Technician, necessity,for this move,althoughhe tlative in the federal ser.
OFFICER ( GS 9, GS. 11)) GS 11 Is reluctant to initiate it."

Closes January 16th. COMPTROLLER (b) Secondly,an additional pur- vice.One top union official,however,

WRIGHT Paul R. TO: Supervisory Cost. Accountant, GS -11 pose of revising the original sees the proposal as a sign of
DOUVILLE, Jessie M. TO: Accountant, GS 7 ', "' 'proposal is to dear up certain good intentions and agrees that
,. r 'gray.areas" and to,tighten the some areas of .the En in bill
SUPPLY DEPARTMENT bill's language. could better be handled admin-
KIDD, Olin O.Jr. TO: Head Stockman Basically, the measure's intentis istratively. -
ROSS Walter W. TO to guarantee employees their
: Supply Clerk, GS 4 ':
KingsleyMOTORS WRIGHT Edward D. TO: Head Stockman ,,\ constltutionalrigUts pressure in' bond by and outlawing charity UX S GREATEST u

NAVY COMMISSARY STORE : -. 7"': drives, el1rmnatingpolygraphlie( FURNITURE
RUSSELL, Dorothy L. TO detector) tests and forbidding
: Accounting Technician, GS .- 4"I':
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WERTZ, Yvonne Y. TO: Procurement Clerk, GS 4 ," ., ., ".,,4 : Inquiries{ into workers' religious VALUES'WHOLESALE.'
;. ', beliefs, race and other aspectsof
NAVY FINANCE OFFICE :', .J their prlvate'lives. Current .

2 MILES SO. OF NAS McGUIRE,Judith B. TO: Military Payroll Clerk GS 4 : /. hearings on the '''Ervin Bill have PRICE TO EVERYONE
uncovered of
instances
employee
JAX IN ORANGE PARK' DATA PROCESSING DEPARTMENT .. intimidation and invasion of privacy -
Phone 264 4525 RUIS, Orbie TO: EAM Operator, GS 3 by managers.As .
5 with all bill revisions,Ervin
and his 35 Senate co-sponsors of DAY
Census Bureau Begins the,bill are undergoing a.common 9-9
experience; hymns of praise are
often mixed with shouts of dis- S.WDAYTIL.
Intern Program In Jan. pleasure. The bill has the solid 6p.m.

CHRISTMASSPECIAlSII. support of employee organizations -
WASHINGTON -- The Bureauof statistical candidates will be the American Qyil Liberties -'
the Census will begin its 11th guided by a Bureau Professional Union and a former chair- SURPLUS GOODS
!!. annual Census Intern Programson Development. Board consisting of man of the Civil Service Com- DISCOUNT A"lifXSSW
January 16,1967.As senior statistical officials, and mission. It is strongly opposed
in the past, there will be will cover a period of approximately however, by. the three present -
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two separate programs--one for one year.
V/8, Power steering, Auto/ clerical and technical positions,
trans., R & H,. Orlg/owner and one for statistical employees. i
,Both programs are designed to
'63 VOLKSWAGEN; $895 identify Junior level employeeswho ,
1 Owner. display potential for assum- INVENTORY REDUCTION SALEWE
ing broader responsibilities.Also .
developmental opportunities -
61 CHEVY IMPALA. .5995 will be made available to MUST SELL THESE TIRES IEFORE JAN. 1st
HIT Fully equipped. them, opportunities which may
not exist in their present posi-
"'63 CHEVYPICK UPS 1195 .tions. TIRES BELOW ACTUAL STORE COST

7/2 Ton., Clean/ as a pin. The Administrative Intern
Program is for administrative,
.. '. .plus a large selection technical or clerical employeesin 775-14
grades GS-5 through GS..9.They .
of other fine cars to choose
must have been with the ILACK TUIELESS NYLON .
from! Several Finance ;
federal government a minimumof 'S'
Plans Availoblel/ one year.'and have a career LIMITED STOCK PRICES \95

or career-conditional: appoint-: Good only as loni a supply Io.h. Off".expires "I"D.c.
ment. 31,1966; No phone ord.n. Tires must b.
Each intern will'have, a Bureau mounted on cu.tom.r' cor.
staff member as an advisor -*
during his enrollment in the 691/735.14 $1.45 + I 1.11 F.E.T. '
program, ,which will last for six
month period. 821..14 7.16 2.. 'F.E.T.

The program Is for designed statistical for 166.14 I.H +' 2.31 F.E.T. PLUS $1.81EXCISE TAX

APARTMENTS mathematical statisticians social eco- ." 845.11 1.11 + 2.32 F.E.TS Plus State &
nomists; sociologists, or 4 Local Touts
science analysts GS-7 to GS-U, t
who have a minimum of one
CONVENIENTLY year work experience in the fed- LL4 / GENERAL' JET SPECIAL.
LOCATED eral ,government and,, who havea. ,
NEAR BOTH BASES'OnlyAln. career .ocareerConditional'appointment. : TIRE
I NYLON ,CORD CONSTRUCTION
to Cecil & HAS : .I a
The programs for successful ,FREE Why ,fI rltk tfrlvlnf' wltk' w.rn,, I.eeer.w tiNt whit yw Cl b.y 'bn.1 IMW
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APARTMENTSALL

APTS. HAVE: THIS "WEEK'S SERVICE. SPECIALS,

.WALL-TO-WALL MEXICAN FOOD
CARPETS REPACK TWO FRONT | WHEEL .
FRONT EN'D
.DRAPES TacosTamales WHEEL BEARINGS '

CENTRAL AIR& HEAT AND ADJUST
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Jolly old man In red took a few
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:Saturday; to visit a
group of 50 children at NAS.
The event was the 15th annual
Christmas Party for under THERE WERE PRESENTS GALORE and
I privileged children sponsoredby the smiling faces of happy children beamed
the CPO club. everywhere as Santa gave out gifts to
During the four hour party each guest.
refreshments were served to
the children by the CPO wives
Club of Jacksonville, as was
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SANTA USED A JEEP as well as a helicopter to travel to ner. The, kids were entertained
Saturdays Christmas Party. by, volunteers from the South-
I side Wives Club. Due to a tem-
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LIABILITY INSURANCE sleigh. Of' course, anywherethat
Santa shows there are
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MONTHLY POLICIES MONTHLY PAYMENTS bound to be lots of Christmas
NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES presents and this occasion was

AGE21'w24Mnrried10.40 mo. exception.. Each child recei-
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i AGE21-24 Slngl*$12.80 mo. had confided that was' most needed '
Meets.State and Bast Requirements or desired.
The 'party was financed by-the "
Robert Travis Associates, liCe Chiefs Club through assorted fund

NAS" 1st Office N. of Gate 6483 'Roosevelt Blvd..3883583USNS : raising projects throughout the
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Is favorite Yuletime that, instead, gifts be given( : "at;
--or Late Shoppers; : symbol? Is your it the stockings hanging Christmas symbolize the gOod-
by the fireplace? Boughs of will and generosity that are apart

(AVNEWSETTES) Statistic collectors say men stan Christmas =.1 holly? The jolly old man In the of the festive occasion.
apping earlier than women, but no none knows where statistic I red suit? Hanging of the mistletoe Goddess Of Love
lectors get their facts. It's safe to say that many of them don't ? Or Is It the trimming of the Ever wonder whywe kiss under,
cstigate the same people we know. Christmas tree? Whatever your the mistletoe? Researchers say
The Timely Tipster has found that nine out of 10 men don't even favorite Christmas symbol maybe that the ancient Druids believedthat
nk about Christmas until they've found out how much the ladies you can be sure it has'an mistletoe was given to the
ve spent already. This narrows the time element and sometimes interesting beginning, and goes goddess of love, and:! to show thatit
:ses all the light on the neighborhood drug store. It stays open: further back in history than you was a symbol of love every

just such emergencies. may realize. woman passing beneath it was
panties. Don't worry if they'reout
Old Folktale/ / kissed. Today, there's popular
of her size, just don't get
Let's stan from here, for the
:eshopper who still wants to them larger. The sales girl There are several stores behind belief that a girl kisedunderthe
ke an impression under theiiily may tell you there isn't any the traditional Christmas mistletoe will be married within
tree.Perfume. .difference. There is. tree, but the most interestingis the year-- providing she allow
is always welcome-- Slippers, robes and lounging an old German Folktale abouta her love only as many kisses as
bigger the bottle, the'better pajamas are good choices. Check forester's family who offered there are berries.
d if a husband or boyfriends the lace on nightgowns and slips. Year 'Round Santa food and shelter to a homeless St. Francis
fekr a fragrance he likes, If they are scratchy she may child, who' was in reality, the Christmas carols canbe traced
lances are his girl will wear never wear them. ...JOINING US IN WISHING Christ Child. In return for back St. Francis of Assisi.
gladly. Cologne is just asoessful Appliance stores are pushing YOU A HAPPY HOLIDAY SEA- their generosity, they were givena to "carol" signifieda
particularly: in spray dishwashers, washing machines, SON are two of American International fir branch, which they plantedIn Originally rather a than and it
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ttles. Prices range from $4 freezers and other large items to Pictures most pop- the ground. Legend has it dance a song
Vil-
who led the
'325, depending on the size. make her life easier; But gear ular cupids.... that the branch grew Into a tree. was St. Francis
And don't neglect the pack- these to the whole family --, a Our favorite gal to play Santa and bears'' fruit and nuts every lagers in the joyous, dancing a-
Ing. A pretty package means wife likes something personal.She year 'round is none other than Christmas.The round the Nativity Scene. also
might look with great' appreciation American International's gift- Christmas tree has beena The Nativity Scene' can
nost as much to a woman as St. who
be traced Francis,
contents, so buy it wrapped. on a hair dryer, but a giving SALLI SACHSE. Boastinga symbol of the Yuletime Season to .
3uest soap, talcum powder, garbage disposal is a bit brutal.,,. 36-23-36 frame at 5'5" with for hundreds of years, but the popularized it in the 13th century.At
h salts and bubble bath are The same holds true for anythingthe hazel eyes, we hope Salli first. tree bore no lights. A- that time, St. Francis drama-the .
lcome gifts, but better leave whole family might use. doesn't soil her new holiday outfit round the year 1530, Martin Lu- tized the Nativity to help
\.. purchase of cosmetics to If time really runs out, order climbing up and down all the ther began the custom. While people of Italy understand the
ur better half. flowers. Flowers are among the many chimneys she will have to walking through the forest one meaning of Christmas. Villagerstook
iA gift certificate for several most appreciated gifts because visit before she finds you and night he became so impressedby the pans of Mary,Joseph,.
poimments at her hair- they aren't a bit practical.. And gives you your present. Why the beauty of the stars twinkling and the shepherds. Live animals
sser's would be easy to ar- a romantic woman is rarely not have a "toast" ready for through the trees, that he were used and a life-sized wax
She'll know Saul' when she arrives. home and candles figure of the Christ'Child was
nge and would give both of you practical. never that went hung on a
ch pleasure for many weeks. lack of time had anything to do ................... small fir so that he might share placed in the manger.Seasons .
ch visit ranges from S3 to $7, with It.No All pinned up is our petite the experience with his children. "
plan accordingly.We matter how much or how American International Pictures Symbol Of Life Greetings '.,, < ..
have a relative whose wife little you buy, the most important New Years greeter Sue Ham- One of our most recent customs -'
ways wanted money -- so heuve thins i" that you do It yourself.And ilton Weighing only 98 pounds, At one time, the ancients the exchanging of Christ-
It to her -- 1,000 fresh one If you don't do anything, 4'11" SUE measures 352034. thought Holly was a sacred evergreen mas cards, began in England In
good bluffing.! Come and which was the symbol of the 1840's. Christmas cards
)llar bills in a great big fancy on now, hurry on over were
'x. She was ecstatic, even stan the New Year right Sue life. English home owners hungholly first introduced in the United
'ough' the enclosed message was is waiting 'to POP the cork on a In their windows as a sym- States by Louis Prang,'a German
bmething less than tender. ........ bottle of champagne with just you bol of Christian worship: immigrant who settled in Rox-'
\Tialler amounts,would be just as alone. Oh by'the way, don't It was also believed that the bury Mass. Often called- the
felcome, and give her somethingdo Support our''fighting forget to call first. plant, would keep away the evil "Father of the American Christmas -'
The red berries
the day after Christmas. Vietnam by giving U. S..Say- spirits. cameto ,Card", Prang, printed his
the' blood of Jesus, "
If the Exchange is still open, ings ,bonds this Christmas.' Get,' and represent holly has' since become a first "Season Greetings' .in' .'
the Timely:Tipster suggests lingerie. them In your,bank, with the free symbol of well being. 1873. : 1
But, no matter what your
; Buy a nightgown or a gift envelope. i
lowered half slip with matching Sinter KcrssOne favorite custom, whether' it be
I jolly old St. Nick, or kisses under -'
F of the favorite Christmas the mistletoe, you'll probably -.
symbols among children, Santa agree that the Yuletide season .
MEADOWBROOKTERRACE Claus, was a real person. The Is full of surprises, and not only
original St. Nicholas was abishopwho In the gifts you'll find,under the
lived in Turkey 1600 years tree Christmas morning 1 '
ago. According to a popular
legend, he once dropped a bag
In Beautiful Clay 'County of gold coins down the chImneY'into
t a sock of a poor girl. Santa
Claus was brought to he New

H : <:".:. World by the Dutch settlers who
e called him, "Sinter Klass", and
5 'vY 4: he's been coming with his bag
: of gifts each year at Christmasever
since.
BEDROOMS3BATHS The tradition of giving giftsat
; S3wi Christmas time goes back to
the time the Wise men carried
gifts to 'the Christ Child. Ac-
: cording to authorities,Christmas
gifts replaced a pagan custom of
97 New Years Greeter exchanging' presents at the New
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8:15 p.m., Monday ,through : Tonight is Beefeaters Buffet special with food being
served from 6 until 9 and : ; : : :
Saturday. In'addition to' the p.m. p.m. Friday, come enjoy music
two evenlpg shows"there will bea provided by "THE. SAM ROSS COMBO" from 8 p.m. until 12 a.m.

matinee at, 2. pall on Saturday Saturday the Main Club will be closed, but the Package,Store Annex, Ads shfuld be mailed to. the Holt Publishing' Company
Sundays and holidays. The Grill. and Ceiling Zero' will remain open. ,Sunday and Monday.the 1950', landing Bird. Jacksonville. Florida. 322(0 to ,arrive ,
Hospital Theatre will have one Main Club will be closed, the Ceiling Zero will be open. Tuesday ; not later than Tuesday for publication the Jottowing Thurs,
weekly feature at 7 p.m. is Foreign Dish Night with Scandinavian Dinner the featured cuisine .. ,day. Adi arriving too late for this deadline will be published
Cecil Field will have two shows this week. Wednesday is Family Chicken Night, and food will be the following week unless' the publisher is 'instructed' other .
during the week at 5:30 and 8 served from 6 p.m.. until 9 p.m. '> wise. A check or money order for the full 'cost of the ad must;
be received WITH the copy for the ad.
p.m. Matinees will be shownon
weekends at 2 p.m. C.P.O." CLUB:: Tonight Is Pizza night with 12" Pizzas going for .
$.90. Friday your entertainment music will be provided by "THE DO NOT SEND CASH

Thursday, Dec. 22, 1966 JOHNNY ARNOLD 4", from 9 p.m. until a.m. Saturday, dance to RATE: Minimum charge ((3 (lines).. . .. . .- ,. .$2.00 '
music by "MARK CASTLE" from 9 p.m. until a.m. Sunday, the Per additional line ((4 words p.r line). . '. 0.50!
NAS: "HAVING WELD WEEK entire club will be closed.. .
END": With Dave Clark Five. '

((99 min) .' "ACEY DUCEY CLUB": Friday come and enjoy music by "THE ORANGES, GRAPEFRUIT, TANgerines -, "600" TOUCH &SEW I ISINGER'
HOSPITAL "DEAD CRESCENDOS". Saturday, the Anchor Room and
: HEAT Package store
tree ripened, picked No bobbins to wind makes
ON A MERRY GO ROUND"With will be the only two services open. Sunday, the dining room will Will for
daily. pack shipment. buttonholes, all kinds of fancy
James Caburn and Kamilla Star be be served.open from 12 jun. until 12 a.m. and.a Christmas dinner will Closed Xmas Day.Alpine Groves, designs. Cost. $369 Assume I

(112 min) Fla. (41/2 ml. so. Julington 15 payments of $10 each To
"BLUEJACKETS INN": Friday Casey Johnson's "MOONLIGHTERS" Creek'Route 13)) see call 771-8211.
Friday, Dec. 23, 1966 with Linda Atter, will bring the entertainment musicto
you. Saturday, will be the enlisted men's dependents Christmas TOY POODLES FOR CHRIST- NEAR SCHOOLS -MOVETDDAYI
NAS: "THE WRONG -BOX" party with Santa Claus and six special drawings for hams, etc. MAS 2 Male 771 7856. Gorgeous 3 bedrm, 1, 1/2' bath &
With John.Miles and Ralph Rich- The party will begin at 11 a.m. ending at 2 p.m. In the afternoon kitchen equipped homes. Full
ardson ( 98 min). from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. will be the Family Dance with "THE HOLIDAY SPECIALS: year warranty $91 mo, includesall.
HOSPITAL": "HAVING WILD RAVENS", present. "THE: RAVENS", will continue to bring your 65 PONTIAC, 2 plus 2, A/T, Nothing down to vets: Min.
WEEKEND; with Dave Clark entertainment music from 8:30 p.m. until 12:45: a.m. Sunday,'the R & H, PS, PB, Extra Clean- FHA down. Salesman 'on' duty 7,
Five ( 99 min) club will be open to provide a complete ,Chrltmas dinner with all $2275. days week.' Drive out & see us'j

Saturday, Dec. 24, 1966 the trimmings for $1.25 from 12 p.m. until 6 p.m., There will also 65 IMPERIAL LE BARON at Timuquana Heights, 7716200.-
be three' bands present to provide music all day long. Monday executive car, fully equipped,
NAS: "GREAT RACE: With "PHIL, CAY AND THE CHANTELS" will bring the entertainment never titled, very low mileage, CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! I
Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon music. Tuesday, "THE FABULOUS RAVENS", will be on board. Original price S7700 -now$4475.. Give him or her a Recliner Chair.|
(152 min) Wednesday is game night beginning at 8 p.m. 63 MG B CONVERT. RED Reg' $89.50 Close out special
HOSPITAL" :, "THE WRONG December 31, there will be a "GALA NEW YEARS EVE PARTY" WWh.. top, R & H, wire wheels, $49.50 WESCONNETT FURNITURE -,
BOX: with John Miles andRalph featuring "MARCH WILSON'S REDCOATS AND THE GO GO G ;LS" $1095. Wesconnett Blvd at !

Richardson ( 98 min) from 7 p.m. until 2 a.m.. Advance sales now being made at the 65 ?AG' 4 DR. SEDAN R & H- 103rd St. Phone 771 0750.REAL .
C FIELD: "DEAD HEAT ON E.M. Club Office $2.50'per person. Tickets will also be sold at $1190. '
A MERRY GO ROUND" With the door, there will only be 600 tickets sold. ESTATE: FREE CONSUL]
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James Caburn and Kamilla Start Specials for the week include the following Wednesday, order CONTINENTAL TATION advice. 7 days..a Week.
loaded! Good condition$1290..
(112 min) featred pizzas "an the way" for $.65. Friday, from 5 p.m. until Homes for sale, $100 Down.
Sunday, Dec. 25, 1966 9 p.m. Shrimp and Fish dinners for $.65. Saturday, from 12 p.m. 64 FORD V8, A/T, R &: H, Equities, No Qualifying. ..Rent-
until 7 p.m.'a 16 oz T-Bone steak with the complete dinner is offered $790. als. HomeSite Lots, Acreage,
NAS: "TROUBLE WITHANG- for $1.35. Sunday 1/2 Chicken dinner is offered for $.65. 63 CHEVROLET 4 DR. S/S, ABC, Investments. WALTER T.BOW _
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Hayley. Mills ( 112. min) "U.S.O.": Tonight is free refreshment night. Friday, from CLAYTON REVELS 384-1376

HOSPITAL: "GREATRACE:" 8 p.m. until 11 p.m. will be a "Mistletoe Hop". Saturday, will bea Chrysler Plymouth FOR SALE FORCEDAmSPAcE
With Tony Curtis and Jack Lem Christmas Eve party from 8 p.m.. until 11 p.m. Sunday, at 10 a.m. Green Cove Springs, Fla. HEATER : used. Fan
2646555.. slightly ,
mon (152 min) until 10:45 a.m. will be free coffee and donut hour. From 10:45 a.m. Phone Jax thermostat heats entire I
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C.< FIELD:""HAVING' A WILD until. 12:30 p.m. the club is closed so you may attend the church of "INTRODUCE THE UNIQUE, house.auto $49.i Call ,387 '4451 ;
WEEK END: With Dave Clark. ,choice. The Club will 6 '8 Exciting, Symbra' Brassiere '
,' your ( reopen at p m. closing at p.m.'wlth- : or 264 -.2573 evenings'and week- ,
Five (, 99 miD) a Christmas' Fuffet'being served, courtesy of the Salvation Army your friends. Become: a SymtiraConsultant ) 'ends.,
Monday, Dec 26, 1966 and its Advisory,Board. Monday, ,will feature a "Guys and Dolls 'Phone 264 6906or .
Party". Tuesday Is game night. Wednesday, will be the regular 264 4016. \
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ANGELS;" with Rosalioo Russelland CPO CLUB Friday the CPO Club will feature lobster and steak Cal17716258 career possible for the .
Hayley, Mills (112 min) dinners. Music will be provided by the TUNESTERS. Saturday, beginning POODLE PUPPIES, BLACK, Right Man. Write to the Regional '
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i wAOOGIIS.MAMMRSTGN'S'. : Wednesday the RAVENS will set the musical tempo.
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The Cecil Field sports program handball players In this area, the host command for the 6ND ..
has closed out for the yearf and 'will carry the Navy and the Basketball Tournament. This "Sports for the Spectator79 j
1966 with the exception of in- host command's chances of winning event will take place sometime 1ft
ra mural bowling. This sport the title from Galpern.VOLLEYBALL during the month of February.The .
4111 continue except for Deer "RAIDERS" basektball John
__ by Moor. .. .
; 25th and 26th.
closed the of
1966
On 4th tire team out year Not too I would have tne
According to Tom McGriff, February: Second long ago the originator gladly given up
[\thletic Director, a full slate of Annual Region Six Invitational .by splitting a pair of games and writer of a sports col- column at any time, provided it
with their neighbors from
and tournament haveen Volleyball Tournament will. beheld across umn, "Column Left", wrote a was no longer needed or desired. -
eagues the. Way, NAS Jax. Last Friday farewell Now that it is
turn
scheduled for 1967. He at the station gym. The"Raiders" column. Then he packed my
send forms of Cecil Field 'are the night the Flyers of Jax downed his seabag and left on orders ( and also Boats') to leave Cecil -
facpects to out entry. Cedl Field by a score of 114
that Field would like to leavein
defendlchampions' of this have carried him
'or handball, squash, tennis, NAS to
to 75, at Jax., On Saturday -
marathon and without doubt Danang and a cloud of parting suggestion
[pkeet, volleyball, and the second a' "Raiders" returnedto other ports
will be the team to beat again In the Pacific. When suggestion that I feel will imp-
calf ,of the basketball ]league inarly their home court and pulledout
this year. With the additionof "Column Left" left, the lack of rove the Afterburner in gen-
January.
[ a close game over Jax bya
eral and the in
few from other
a veterans sports pages
,HANDBALLThe score of 83 to 82. sports material, other than the
: commands and last year's returning particular.
first tournament that is The "Hornets" of VA 44 routine, became rapidly appar
team, they stack up as First, work out some way to
ent. To fill In the
to have where temporarygap
scheduled for the new year is seem picked up they Cecil
a powerhouse. left off last the ''Reserved Seat" amUBoats' give extensive coverage to
::00 Annual All Florida Four Wall season in the intra-
Coach Tom McGuckin will This could
put Field sports events.
mural basketball league. Locker" came Into ex-
ndball Classic. The tourney They
his team in as tournaments bedone U'all service personnelon
has been set for January 6th, 7thLnd many finished the first half of the istence. True, these columns
as he can tQ sharpen them up lacked the staff stood duty as reporters -
league play with unblemished much in comparison to
dead- an
8thwithaclosingentry .
,
for the Sixth Naval District Tour and instead of
photographers
..ine on December 27th. An record of 11 wins and no losses.SPECIALSERVICESOFFICER. their predecessor, but they did '
nament to be held here in April.If duties completely apart from -
[;ntry fee of $2.00 will be chargd provide comment on current
successful, 'the volleyballteam journalism. As it is now, the
sports topics Instead of using
the of balls
defray cost
to
could win the District,South Lt. Wayne Church has relieved the clip sheet or filling the Afterburner can only cover
,\00 trophies. Atlantic Regional, and AllNavy Lt. Dave Young as Cecil's Special last
Joel Galpern, year'sfchampion
titles without leaving their home Services Officer. Mr.Youngwill During the course of the sea- an occasional very importantor
Is
expected to enter
court, as Cecil Field will host unusual A man cannot
Und defend his title. Galpern, a retire from the Navy in January. son, these columns came under, story.
19 old sophomore at these tournaments during the Lt. Church served as Security 1 heavy and at times almost with- be expected to work 8 (hours a.
year month of Officer and with the Weapons De- criticism. day, stand 2 duties a week, and
ering
,'he University of Florida, Is cur- April.GOLF < They supposedlytook
ntly the National Junior Hand- partment prior to taking over up space needed for intra- give up his personal time to bea
>all Champion. He has let it In the field of the little white his new assignment. mural: sports, for Intramural reporter for intramurals and
)ie known that ,his intentions are ball, M/Sgt. Burek of the Mar- EQUIPMENTNow standings for Intramural schedules the like.If .
become the world's top play' ine Barracks topped all play- for Intramural etc. They the above cannot be done,
1'fer. in this sport. ers in the Championship Flight that hunting season is 1 weathered these blustering due to military needs, leagues
: When Galpern arrives at Ceil recently to earn the title of Cecil about to close, except for, small j storms because of one simple themselves should responsiblefor
Field he will have to con- Field Golf Championship for game, personnel will no doubtturn' 1 truth before the columns appeared having someone in the league
end with Lcdr. Paul Johnson the year of 1966. their thoughts to fishing. ] there was nev r enough furnish the newspaper with
BASKETBALLFor For this sport Special Serviceshas .V'A 174)) who was runner sports to
,jp in last year's tourney. Mr. the second straight available, to station personj j fill the pages. important or unusual games.
{Johnson is one of the better Cecil ,Field has been designated year nel, boats, motors, rod and reels, As the writer for the "Re- Should none of these solutionsbe
I campers and camping equipment :served Seat", I felt no personal available, the only alternative
that can be checked out animosity for the criticisms appears to be another column or
t daily or weekly. A browse of certain people. I felt two to replace us or use of the
through! the issue room! Li bu11dJ!I: was contributing a bit of my clip sheets and canned news.I .
a ing ff 4 could help you plan an awn) time to help make the Afterburner hope to receive an After-
inexpensive weekend trip. a little better. burner in the mail one day with

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sports program and the After-
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The istorjes cannot be written if
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a or if no one bothers to bring in
CAR WASHOPEN the information for rewriting.We .
have enjoyed our discus-
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By Lf. P.: E. Jhibodeau' ,first appearance in a Gator Bowl lived, up to his billing .
Power-driving Syracuse, the football game; Tennessee its been named on one All-Amer
It's Gator Bowl Regatta time Master, Bill Kelly Treasurer, East's best football team of 1966, second. The Volunteers edged squad as has. ,Linebacker #
once again I If the past Is pro- Bill Kelly; First Lt., Bob will.bring an eight-game winning Texas A&M 3-0 in the Dec. 28, Naumoff. ,
logue to the. future as they Marshall Historian, Phil Thibo- streak into the 22nd Gator Bowl 1957 game.In .
say we can look forward to the deau Social Chairman, Chas game Dec. 31 against a Tennessee Little, the Orangemen havea The OrangeMIAMI
usual cold, wet and windy race Eastham Yeoman, Roz John- teamthat's rolled over seven op- "do-everything"back who'des
we've experienced at regatta time son. Capt.Simonson, CONARTU, ponents and held its foes to an pite injury and illness scored FLA ,, Arm
in the past. The Regatta Js accepted the position of NJSC average of less than nine pointsa 15 touchdowns this year, avera- Forces personnel visiting
,scheduled to start at 10 p.m. Sponsor, relieving Capt. Wash- game.In ged ,five yards each time he Miami during the coming ho
on New Year's Day at the .Rud- ington. These officers take over Floyd Little and Larry Csonka carried the ball, led the squadin days will be offered a: bonus
der Club Orange Park. Spon- officially at the next meeting Syracuse boasts. the most explosive punt and kickoff returns, and' Tropical Park on December'On ;
sored by the Jacksonville Rec- on January 3,1967. one-two punch of runnersin ranked third in pass catching. that day the race 'cour
reation Department their sail- SALTY SEZ Merry Christmas college ranks. The Orangemen Csonka lacks Little's versatility, will admit free all uniform
Ing representative Mr. Mally ter ye all, Mates. May ye stumbled In two early season en- but carried the ball more 'often service personnel 0 according
Mallison will be on hand to pre-' all 'ave fair winds fer the comln counters, then raced through the than Little and averaged 5.1 Tropical Park's General:Manger
side ,over the races and post New Year. See you all at the rest of their schedule to win the yards. Oley Allen, the fourth: Elmer Vickers. '
race festivities. Plan to be at the NJSC meeting Tuesday, 31st Lambert Trophy as the man in the backfield behind Signal Some 30 high military flgud
there ( that extra ballast resulting January 3.Noted. East's top squad.Tennessee Caller Rick Cassata, also and leaders of the Armed Foj
from big heads will bean as dangerous In the averaged better than fiveyardsa ces League will be spec
.asset for a change.. Swimmer air as Syracuse is on the turf, carry. guests at a pre race lunched
The Fall Series Sail off dropped three games by a total Characteristically t.ougbonde- The Orange Bowl Festival oj
was held; two weeks ago at the Her. FridayEminent of 11 points, all to bowl-bound fense, Tennessee allowed'.no opponent ened Saturday with the Junior 0
FYC in the Snipes. Sailing a clubs --- Georgia Tech,Alabama more than 19 points -- a football game. It continue
three race series, all contest- American swimmerDon and Mississippi. Junior Quarter figure that Syracuse topped seven through' January 8 with the N j
of
ants swapped boats for each Schollander holder world back Dewey Warren, the South- times. And the Vols can move ional Football ,League's pro
records in 100 and 400 meter Conference's leading the ball well In the Orange Bowl. I<'
race thereby eliminating any eastern as posting23pointsor playoff .
differences In the sailing quali- freestyles, plus a host of addi- touchdown tosserheads an aerial better on' seven occasions. On the festival schedule a
ties of the boats. The top three tional tank marks, will be aboard attack ,which Includes an array of Warren who set now Tennessee powerboat races the beglnnl
skippers were all FYC men NAS to demonstrate, strokes at fine receivers, led by Johnny records in passing and total of Miami's jai alal season go;
with NJSC taking the next three 2:30p.m.Friday,December 23rd. Mills and All-American Austin offense, would up the regular tennis, and fishing tourname!
spots. Places were as follows: On hand to view the demonstration Denney. season play by scoring twice and the December 31 King Oranj
Billy Arnold ( StarsJohnBrownSnipes by Schollander will be mem- More than 60,000 will attend passing for a third touchdownto Jamboree parade, and.t
( ), Murry McQuald(Thistles bers of Chuck Phillip's Navy the noontime game. Millions Mills In a 28-0 conquest of January 2 Orange Bowl grj
), Lou Caron (Bantams), lax Swim Team. The event Is more will watch the action, televised Vanderbllt. classic between Georgia Tech a
for the NAS Indoor Pool.
Charlie Eastham (Gannets), Oz planned nationally. Denney, a pre-seasonAll-Sou- the University of Floida.af .

Arsenault (Board Boats). An Bowlers FeteThe .
awards banquet will be held at
the FYC after the first of the
year' for the presentation of trophies NATTC Bowling Banquetwas
for the series and sail- held at the Acey Ducey
Club December 14th. DEC EMBER
off.We were visited this past Presenting the awards were
week by Rear Admiral H. J. LtCol. J. W. Sullivan Com- thru APRIL
"Cy"Rotrige, Sec TreasTTje manding Officer of MAD, Cdr.E. .
the US Naval Sailing Assn. Rhe Ikenberry, and Sgt. A. W.
Admiral is the sparkplug of this Ripley. Master of ceremonieswas _
world wide organization of Chief A. D. Peterson.
.jjavy sa'1l1ng.en '.. Lou .'- The winner 6fnhe! first.*pla bel'
Caron 'was' on hand to escort .trophy ,was ,AE "1's.. f 1
.' the Admiral around the facility .team. Coming: in second was AE
and reports that he was well "A" # 2 and third was AEV
-pleased with our operation. For '"B".
those of you who aren't yet The high average trophy was
members of the USNSA, application won by H. R. Stewart with an
blanks will be avallalbe average of 188. High series
at.the NJSC. scratch award went to M. E.
Results of the elections at the Waters with a 637 set. Chief
December meeting are as follows A. D. Peterson had ablgh scratch
: Commodore, Lou Car- game of 254. Most improved
o on? V. Comm., Phil Thibodeau; bowler was chief W. S. Riebl-
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