Jax air news

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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
October 21, 1965


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Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
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Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).

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lOOftParticipotionUrged : 0'.
NAS JAX $43,302 87% -*
NA TIC 14,932 127% ;

CFC Nears EndThe NARTU NAVHOSP MARro 48 3,380 871 42 88 13%%% ,, ) ,,,

FAW -11 10,690 9500DMFAlRJAX ,fir- 4 vro.a
Combined Federal Campaign, which combines charity fund- < 17,388. 42 10
raising drives into a single effort, will end October 25th. CECIL FLD 5,401 58%
Although the "Pledge Your Fair Share" campaign has recorded MAY PORT 15,244 36%'
wonderful fund progress, the help of all Navy and civilian person- Indust. Mgr 172 25%
nel at the Naval Air Station is necessary to insure that we meet NRTC 126" 210%
our goaL The Combined Federal Campaign is a one time solicitation NAVCRUITSTA 45.. 160/0
for health and MRTC 70. 820/0
voluntary welfare agencies. The UnitedFund
MAD NATTC 2.283. 7700CF.M
of Jacksonville area and
the National; Health and inter- that as a representative of the > CEC 10,056 47% \
national Service Agencies, which United States Government, whet- FUEL.DEPOT 262. 83%
would solicit her in civilian ---- ----
normally next a military capacity r ... .
Spring, are cooperating locallyin you will want to set an TOTAL $124,270 63% d J t"
a single campaign for Federal example of responsible and!compassionate Last Week's Report ,
personnel.This citizenship in your Completed -
will be the only fund community. ... !n '.
raising drive for voluntary -
agencies this year. The first "Whatever' our individual sta SOME OF THE most popular exhibits at the Open House last
NAS activity to 'go overt!die 100 tion or circumstance, we in weekend were the various aircraft displayed near the NARTU
percent goal Was the Naval Air I I [America are very fortunate men AFMA ,Hears Hanger. Approximately 100,000 visitors turned out for the two-
Technical Trailing Center. The and women. Our good fortune day celebration, and many waited their turn to get a first hand
students, instructors and' staff ,today is, in large measure, the look at the Super Constellation flown/ by VW-4's "Hurricane
of NATTC had Il7 percent two I I {legacy of America's traditions WAC Officer Hunters",
weeks ago. The standings of NAS Jax tenant commands, are others. I am sure you will
listed elsewhere on th&toage. I[ .proudly: and, gladly honor that Luncheon
In explaining the value 6f the >fii4{'tradition' in making your
Combined Federal Campaign, 'I decision this year regarding your NAS'Open

President Lyndon Johnson said, personnal support of the" Com- The local Jacksonville Chapter House'f
"The combined drive saves time bined Federal Campaign. 40 of the Armed Forces Manage-
and and makes possiblefor The slogan for this year'sCombined
expense ment Association witnessed an f
you a single annual pledgetha Federal Fund Campaign unusual program at the luncheon ;
can be paid If you desire ', '!whose agencies perform a meeting of 14 Ocotber at the NAS Is Huge
by payroll allotment during this vast record of services for Navy Jax Officers' Club. The meeting
year. What you set aside for and other military and Federal featured as its principle speaker
support of these services is entirely personnel and Du- LtCol Sara C. Seawell of the U.S.
the skies +
decision for val County, is "I Care -- I With some assistance from the weatherman kept .
a who the
Army, brought to
Share." groupa clear, the Open House and Air Show commemorating the 25th anniversary r
you and your family. I am sure message on "Landpower Mis- +I
of NAS Jax went off as scheduled this past weekend.It .
sions Unlimited, her personal is estimated that apporxlmately 25,000 visitors were on hand
NAS Wave ,Honored As interpretation missions of the Army's and organization Saturday to view the static displays and air show. Although no
exact figures are available for Sunday attendance was rated at being
I gement practices. "at least three times as many as on Saturday". __
Continued on Page 2 The gates of the air station
'Serviceman Of The Month'Francine opened at 11 a.m. with the air
show events getting underwayat
Civilians To Replace:, 2 p.m. In addition to the Navy's
L. Langford, YNSN, required to take shorthand notes Flight Demonstration Team, the
attached to. the Disaster Control and transcribe long, detailed reports Blue Angels, visitors also saw
Office and Security Division, has covering security matters. Military In Certain JobsIn precision acrobatic ace, Charlie
attitude in
"Serviceman of Her ability
been as Hilliard; the Flying Professor;
the Month", for September. carrying out this typeof work has and the Vapor Trails of the Jax
Langford, who was nominatedfor won her the respect and admira- Officials at NAS Jax are study- the Jacksonville area (NAS, Navy Sport Parachute dub.
this honor once In the past, tion of her military and civilian ing substitution of civilian employees Jax, Cecil Field, Sanford, and Hilliard performed his aero-
received her Letter of Com- supervisors.As for military personnelin Naval Station, Maypon)21) officer batic maneuvers, including the
mendation and check for$50 from an example of her "can certain jobs. billets and 209 enlisted billetsare Incredible "Lomcevak" in a
Captain J. R. Mackroth, Com- do" attitude and efficiency, her The study is responsive to slated to become civilian special built Krier-Kraft,Adro-
manding Officer, NAS, In cere- service record includes a Letterof a recent Department of Defense positions. These positions, for Master biplane. The Flying
monies held Friday Oct. 15. She Appreciation from Lt. Col. announcement that 60,000 civil- the most pan, are those whichdo Processor, Captain Dick Schram,
will also be the guest of the USO Dixon E. Nichols, USAF, who lau would takeover assignments not require extensive and demanding USNR, performed his commedy
St. Augustine. was president of the Aircraft military military job qualifi- ballet with Cub.
for a trip to now held by some 75,000 in air a Piper
Although only an E 3, Lang- Accident Investigation Board on personnel.This cations and are billets*which are The high winds which gave the
ford is filling an E 5's billetin which Langford voluntarily does not mean that It less likely to determine accomp- Vapor Trails and the crowd some
her duties that include pro- served as stenographer. takes only six civilians to do the lishment of missions and tasks. anxious moments during Satur-
viding stenographic and related Langford who competed in the work of 7.5 men in uniform.Thereis These are described by Navy officials day's performance, increased on
assistance for the Security Officer August E 4 examination will a "support tail" which will be as being clerical, general Sunday thus forcing the cancel-
with the first increment -
be advanced
Disaster Control Officer trimmed by the switch. There detail, special services and recreation lation of their free fall maneu-
and Security Officer Administration next month. will be less turnover and con- administrative, per- vers from the program.
Supervisor.As sequently less need for training sonnel administration, and food Included among the guests who
disaster control clerk she personnel. Most of the civilians service employees.The viewed the photo flash loop bya
is responsible for maintaining( will have the skills for their Navy pointed out that, at RF 8A Crusader Jet werea
records of personnel assignments .A jobs before they are hired, con- this time, no civilian personnel number of top-ranking officers
as well as ensuring sequently training can be cut are being hired to fill military from NATO nations.On .
adequate stowage of NBC/Disas even more. billets. Local commands are hand to view the events
ter Control Equipment. Utilizing Most of the jobs in which civ- submitting recommendations to Sunday was U. S. Rep. Charles .
her comprehensive knowledge ilians will replace military will higher authorities outlining mil- E. Bennett of Jacksonville, one I
of disaster control organization. be in this country and will be itary functions which could become of the senior members of'the
Langford maintains accuracy on support type and administrative civilian functions prior to House Armed Services Commit-
the two Disaster Control boards, I'ih'1iFRANCINE positions. next July 1 when the military- tee.Cake ....
that portray the overall current According to reports from civilian transfer should take cutting ceremonies
personnel assignment picture for Washington, 15,000 Navy jobs now place. on the 2500 pound birthday cake ?:r
the station.In filled by military personnel will The majority of the civilian were performed Sunday by Captain -
her duties as clerk stenographer become civilian positions. However employees who will be hired J. R.Mackroth,Commanding
In the Security Admini- '. only 12,500 civilian replacements under this substitution program Officer, NAS Jax.Continued .
strative Division, Langford is LANGFORD, YNSN will be hired. will be civil service employees. on Page 2 .

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Page 2 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER October 21, 1965

Capt. Jlackroth's{ Statement -. ,
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OR Duvd :Cbii'nfy School Crisis 1. lYI.ln.e: '"5' .e(1Y;( I

Captain John ,R. Mackroth, Commanding Officer, NAS Jax, has Thomas J. Wootten
issued the following statement in connection with the recent Duval ROMAN CATHOLICSt. by Father
County School crisis:
Every man desires happiness in his life at all times. The
Edward's Chapeland of human act is the securing of this coveted
"Navy personnel in the Jacksonville area are most concernedover goal every prize.
the contemplated reduction in the proposed school budget for Strange as it is in our modern world, man behaves in such a fashionso
the Duval County school. NovaHospifol/ that it is Impossible for him to achieve happiness. One need

the Duval County schools. We were, of course, extremely dis- not be educated to know this. All he requires is to live in the
appointed and alarmed when the high schools were disaccredited SUNDAY MASSES modern world. What does one know ten existing wars, declaredor
by the Southern Association Schools and Colleges. Navy dependents Hospital - - 0630 otherwise, high rate of senseless crime, the fantastic number of

are required of necessity, to change schools frequentlydue to trans- St. Edward's divorces, with the resultant of broken hearts and homes, the increasing
Chapel - 0900 & 1100 of veneral diseases, and finally, the of
fers of their sponsors from area to area and this makes it paramountthat rate case alcoholism.Such .
quality education is available to them wherever they may go. facts present an accurate as well as a bizarre judgement againstthe
The Duval school situation has resulted in the creation of a morale DAILY MASSESSt. intelligence of the modern world.To .
problem of considerable magnitude among our,, service personnel. Edward's: achieve anything in life, man must follow rules. To obtaina
'K Limited personal funds preclude our Navy dependents being able to Monday thru Friday 1130 driver's license one must know the rules of the road. Therefore,
attend private schools for the most parts. The actions of the citizensof Saturday - - 0900 to achieve happiness, man must follow, obey and honor the rules.
Duval County during the past months since disacreditation gave Naval Hospital: What are the rules?The Ten Commandments of God, known also as
us hope that this deleterious situation would soon be resolved. Friday - - 1205 the Divine Positive Law. It is only in total subservience to these

I can only say again that the sudden action of the Budget Com- Laws will the modern world obtain what it wants, desires, and seeks
mission in their proposed reduction of the School Budget by almost CONFESSIONSSt. and cherishes. There is no other way nor will their be any other
8 million dollars comes to us as a shock and we view it with Edward's: way.If.
extreme concern and deep disappointment." Saturday - 1900 2000 any of us would doubt, argue or question the wisdom or the
Sunday -- - -0815.- 0845; practicality of the fore going formula, then we should answer

Editorial WW /II/ Answer 10151045 truthfully the following question -. would the world remove 95%
Hospital: Sunday --0615 of the causes for its unhappiness, if every human being obeyed the
Ten Commandments of Almighty God?

'How Long You in For? CATECHISM Saturday's Chapel Annex- -CLASSES- 1000 Building 722: Late Returns on Advancements

DIVINE/ SERVICES The below named personnel To be advanced Mar. 16, 1966
'The Duration and SixI'Today's PROTESTANTAll are to be advanced in rate as
a result of the August 1965 sericewide Bohannon, G. E. to A03
Saints' Chapel \' exams. Congratu Matias, D. G. to TD3

young serviceman probably has not heard the expres- lations!111!! Britt,J. F. to AX3
sion "duration and six". It meant a person was in service for SUNDAY'S Poole,' F. C. f to AX3
..- .,., the duration of World War II and six months afterward. He was"frozen" FAW I1
0800 ---Holy Communion
until the job was done.
The expression afforded those wartime personnel a means for 0930 & 1100 Divine Worship To be advanced Nov. 16, 1965 To be advanced Apr. 16, 1966

prideful joking. "Hey Joe! How long you in for?
"The duration and six, what else, buddy." H. C. Davis to CSCJ. Black, L.J. to AX3
This exchange usually brought laughs, making each person feel ------Chapel Building Annex 722WEDNESDAY's J. Gray to ATR2C. Mayo, J. L. to ADJ2
just a little more important, knowing his country needed him and D. Lamb to RM2
he could go home only when things were wrapped up. M. D. Mooney to ATR2
It was not unusual to see a 38 year old bank teller, insuranceman L. D. Smith to RM3P. FAETULANTTo
or farmer, matching push ups with an 18 year old high 1900ChoirRehearsal N. Trahan to YN3
school graduate. Even some 45 year olds were drafted. The
older basic trainee-invariably was called "Pop." 0930 Chapel Women's Guild To be advanced be advanced Nova 16 1965
Dec. 16 1 7965 ,
For some 20 years now, it has not been necessary to put men .
(Small Chapel)
into service for the "duration and six." During the past 10 yearsno
one over 26 has been drafted. J. R. Woodauu to RM3 C. E. Blomseth to AK3R.
Recently, draft calls were considerably increased with the Navy U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's L. Dekker to TD3
- 1000
and Marine Corps also asking for men. This marks the first time To be advanced Jan. 16, 1966
the Marine Corps has called on the Selective Service System since To be advanced Dec. 16, 7965
the Korean Conflict.

Some service personnel have had their terms extended several Traffic ViolationsThe R. R. Hatfield to RM3R.
months and the Air Force and other services have stepped up L. Parrott to YN2J. J. G. Wilson to YN3

.... recruiting. That's where it stands now. following is a report of F. Reinhold to CYN3
"""- WWII victory was achieved, in great part,because patriotic motor vehicle accidents and traffic -
support. A woman recently referred to her WWII service saying violations for the period To be advanced Feb. 16, 1966 To be advanced Feb. 16, 1966
matter of factly, "It was the patriotic thing to do at the time." October 12 through October 18.
A young man told his recruiter, "I have no right to my country's Number of Accidents W. C. Conaway to YN3 R. D. Stanley to ATI
peacetime benefits if I fail to protect them during times of need." This Week October 12 through
Perhaps the old WWII exchange would have meaning today if October 18..8 To be advanced Mar. 16 1966 AFMA
changed slightly. "Hey Joe! How long you in for?" Total Accident this year through Continued from 1

"As long as my country needs me!I" (AFPS) October 18 ........................196 B. A. Cumbie to YN3 Page
Lt. Col. officer
Number of Accidents through Seaweel, a WAC -

Op en.House CORRECTION/ October 1964 .....................198 who has advanced to the
Total number of days since last VP30To policy making level in Army
While officers and chief logistics, is currently assignedas
injury in vehicle
Continued from Page 1 a motor accident -
petty officers may be elated or .............................37 the Executive Officer of the
puzzled over the Jax Air News Number of Violations be advanced Nov. 16, 1965 Supply Division, Logistics Headquarters -

The two day celebration story concerning the November This week.........................24 Third U. Army,FontcPhearson
termed a big success by all who uniform change, the Staff admitsit Speeding...............................9 Alexander,J. D. to AZI Georgia,and is well
attended, was dedicated to erred. According to official Reckless Driving...................0 Black, K. O. to AXI qualified to speak on behalf of
Vice Admiral Robert Goldthwaite instructions, officers and CPO'sare Going through Stop Sign..6 Brookshire, L.A to AE3 the Army's management practi
who retired Sept. 30 at Com- authorized to wear the Ser- Other iolations..9 Deleon, R. to SDI ces.She
mander Fleet Air Jacksonville.The vice Dress Khaki Uniform not Thirty drivers appeared before Horning, L. 1.. to AX3 has completed Command
admiral was on hand to view the Tropical Khaki Long as was the Traffic Hearing Board at the Johnson, W. to AZ2 and Staff (Comptroller) coursesat
Saturday's show. stated. meeting held on October 19.Disposition 1cCall, W. A. to AE3 the Air Command and Staff
A We apologize for our error.JA.X of the cases included the Monroe, J. I. to YN3 College, Maxwell Air Force
following: Twelve lost drivingand Pacheco,J. to ATN3 Base, Alabama, and served for
parking privileges aboard Pepper, T-W. to ATN3 three years' as a staff and faculty
station for various periods; Peacock,J. E.' to ATR3 member at the Commandand
AIR: NEWS Three were assigned to completean Rada,1..W. to ATR3 General Staff College, Fort
eight -hour course in remedial Retina, G. D. to AX3 Leavenworth, Kan.
Riggione, K. G. Lt. Col. Seawell is active
driving at NATTC; Eleven received to AK3 an
The,JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper suspensions: Six were Stewart, G. W. to AE3 member of the Armed Forces
distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air Station, given warnings; Three dismissed Tucker, M. 11. to ADJI Management Association through
Webb, C. 1.. her affiliation with the Atlanta
to AX3
Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt
Publishing Company a
HOlliday, G. C. to AZ2 Chapter 24. The Atlanta Chapterwas
private firm. All Copy submitted for use in the JAX AIR designated as the Number

NEWS must be forwarded to the Service Information Office, One Chapter in the. Association!
Box 2, NAS Jacksonville, by 12:00: noon on Monday before CFC To be advanced Jan. 16, 1966 at the recent national conventionin
publication. News items are welcomed for all sources- Washington, D. C.
Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162. Rambo, A.M. to AX3 Captain John R. Mackroth
Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and queries THROUGH Rennie, T.W. to AX3 Commanding Officer of NAS Jax
concerning such should be directed to the Holt Publishing Sullivan, R. L. to AX3 and Chapter President of the Association

Company, 4724 Clyde Drive, Jacksonville 8, Florida PAYROLLDEDUCTION presided at the

...... Telephone 359-4040 or 3590271. To be advanced Feb. 16, 1966 Chapter luncheon members meeting and that reminded the drive

for new members is still underway
VOL. 23 NO. 32 October 21, 1965 Collise, D. G. to AMS3 and results to date are ex-
Panquerne, R. J. to PH3 tremely Severalnew
. . . encouraging.introduced at
. . Troup, R. hi. to TDC, the meeting members were .

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- October 21. 1965 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3 ?<

:) I Nominating Committee Named, For i i

Credit Union's
January MeetingAt / / 1 e

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the forthcoming annual 'ifj'--'f' '- ; ( ?" ; -! ; .V--v..Xvvi;':
received from the floor, should nual Meeting wnere you have an ?
meeting of die Jax Navy'Federal you or an aquaintance be opportunity to receive reports : 1 / '
Credit Union sdieduled for interested in running for one of concerning its operations, elect
Friday. 28ih of January 19CG. these positions, you should Inform officials exercise the one vote J
three seats on the Board of
the Nominating Committee provided all members regardlessof I
Directors and two seats on the Chairman, not later than Dec. amount of shares held. 1 ,
Credit Can in it tee will be filled.
15, 1965 in order that the names
President Gordon L. King *
may be considered for placing ---T.IsTc'
has appointed a nominating committee I
the ballot.
It is requested that
consisting of Captain. J A.. nominations submitted in writing A salty old judge's advice to an
Heigel Public Works Chairman ambitious young barrister: "To $#jrm
and that they include a resume -
; Charles G. hart 0 & of the Nominees qualifi be a good judge,you must have Inestimable
R an Fire Chief D. R. Moran- cations. good judgmenta sense
Fire Department to nominate individuals of fair play and a darngoodbladder. -
for these positions. Plan now to attend the lax ." Mrs L C Payne, English
While nominations are always Navy Federal Credit Union An- Reader's Digest.




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TED COLEMAN best bins.eir list of| VA TortillasFresh
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Humpty lJumpty sat on a wall, of my readers says he told 81 r
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall. Agency old son, "No, 1;,A
.... And what's to be the recovery Bull fighting is the most popular AM 10 't have a Beatle hai ircut,"
in Latin America. You |110.\T
r plan? sport boy replied, "Why not?
Next election we'll pick another may think that's revolting, but imitating Yul Brynner."
man. -Fred J Cur ran, revolting Is actually.the second IIO\IO\\\EI\\ :" Allen, Grand Rapids Press
I Wisconsin State Jnl. most popular sport. Jack Mof-

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"Operation Wayfarer", a A typical Lancer flight log Mountains 1 the low hot desertsof A-I
training program for pilots in book reads; from Cecil Field to Arizona tc the waters of
VA-64 at Cecil Field, concludedlast New Orleans, to Dallas, to Albuquerque the Gulf of Mexico. '
month. to Yuma, to Fallon, While the actual value of this = USED CARS
1,) The 12 Black Lancer pilots who to China Lake, and then backto type training can not be measured
took part in the operation cover- Lemoore. This only included excepted by the improved proficiency -
ed over 85,000 miles, or near- scheduled stops and was a one of the pilots involvedin .
ly four times around the earth, way ticket. One VA-G4 pilot Wayfarer some of the benefits 1 J ,
and logged over 240 hours of said, "When you add the pleasure will be brought to light when the DUVAL MOTORS
flight time.Wayfarer. stops of San Francisco, and Black Lancers go through their
was designed to allow Denver and the flights back to operational readiness exercises
Lancer pilots to gain operational Cecil you have a pretty good before the squadron's up coming BEST BUYS!
experience over terrain of a dif- coverage of the southern half Med cruise aboard the America.
ferent structure from what they of the United States.: "
are accustomed to here on the Commander Max D. Barr, EUROPA SAN JUAH LOT
, East Coast. The operation also commanding officer of VA-64 Supplying British and Eur-
allowed the Interchange of ideas said that he feels the operationwas opean Cars to U. S. Ser ROOSEVELT
between Atlantic and Pacific fleet very successful and accomplished -
vicemen. Buy at factoryF.
units The Black Lancers were what it was set-up do.
the guests of VA-125, VA-94, "It' took us over almost everv 0. B. prices, plus deli-
and VA-216 at NAS Lemoore, type of terrain", said Cmdr. very costs. I SPECIAL
Calif on the three phases of Barr, who led the first groupof
the low-level training program. Skyhawk jets on the cross: St. Helier 5 The, Parade Jersy, C. I. .| MILITARY FINANCING i
country operation.
Adult ClassesAt The Black Lancer skipper cited Great BritainJ.C.ThoMpsoRUSNRet.; 1 FASTRACK SPECIAL I

the contrasting differences in 1 1964 FORD GALAXIE 500. .Was $2195..NOW 5/795
CentralSailors topography ranging from the 2 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto/trans., R&H, WSW.
Okefenokee Swamp to the Rocky -- i
trouble finishing 387.5356MONEY
their high school education may 1962 CHEVROLET BEL-AIR..Was SJ595. .NOW $1349 )

be offered able tp at benefit the from Jacksonville classes Win this ear FREE! Wagon, V-8, auto/trans., R&H, PS, PB, air condo/

Central Adult School intended to COMPACT SPECIAL
help people with the General Edu- 1964 PLYMOUTH VALIANT./ .Was SJ549. .NOW SJ095
cational Development tests -- 2 dr., standard shift, R&H, WSW.
For $2.00, a sailor can enrollin 1962 PONT/AC CATALINA..Was SJ790. .NOW 57499

a study class that is designedto -- 4 dr. sedan, V-8, R&H, auto/trans., PS, PB, air cond.
help people pass the GED "ITEIODEL: SPECIAL
Tests, and he can have a choiceof 1100D
times to attend the sessions.At nAT /1965 GALAXIE/ 500 . .Was 52775. .NOW 52489
night, classes are held at l9bO Sedan 4 dr., hardtop, V-8, auto/trans., R&H, PS WSW.

Wednesday from 7 to 10p.m., 1960 FALCON. . . .Was 5875. .NOW 5679
or Tuesday and Thursday from 1057 HendrkksAve. 398-5746 4 dr., Wagon, auto/trans., R&H, WSW.
7 to 10 p.m.There SHOPPER'S SPECIAL
are also day sessionsat /1964 MERCURY
COMET..Was 5/850./ .NOW 5/649/
Nathan Bedford Forrest High 4 dr., sedan, standard shift, R&H, WSW.
School at 4815 Wesconnett Blvd., ECONOMY SPECIAL
on Tuesday and Thursday.All
3r enrollees are given an //962 ENGLISH FORD ANGLIA. .Was 5795. .NOW !64?
achievement test to place them 25 to $$600ON : BUDGET SPECIAL

according to background and ex- ,:= /1964 FIAT 600 . . Was 5795. .NOW 5585

This assistance, primarily for /1960 FALCON . . . .Was 5750. .NOW 5559
Florida residents, should be of Cash for any purpose. Just phone and tell us
la. 2 dr., standard shift R&H clean down
payment S99.I .
value to servicemen who want how much you want. Pick up the cash at your AIR CONDITIONED SPECIAL
finish high school work. convenience. Same day service. I
to For more information con- === 1963 GALAXIE 500 . Was 5/995./ .NOW 5/849

cerning this opportunity, contact 24 MONTH REPAYMENT PLAN '_ 4 dr., sedan, V-8, auto/trans., R&H, PS, PB, air cond.

the General Military Training .many more selections ALL REDUCED! !
Office at Ext. 8164.TODAY YOI' Get Mo. Pmt You Get Mo. Pmt.

3 U.33 $ 5.00 $355.79 S 21.00

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FLORIDA SPEED LIMIT CSC Answers Questions About I

Business Reaidenee or Locations other 1 with Not rutted Leas JIIhS.. Then:I tilghweysVehtctes Interstate I IPart
t t -t\--F. ..' New Law Covering Retirements

Wf"ltthlnl Day JO Day 65 Day 70 Day 70
Less Then 8,000 Night 65 The new adjusted rate is then
Lb.. Night 30 Nllht 55 Night 65 Minimum 40 tired and his annuity commencedafter
II of Civil Service Com- increased by 6 1/lCY'/e and
mission answers and questions October 1, 1965. the sur- adjusted.

about P. L. 89 205. vivor's annuity would be increased Q. Does the .new. .law grant
Vehicles wet by 6 1/l00/ta.
hingCs' I'
b'.IV then h'de.., o.tiDay 30 tay 60 Day ,60 Night 6yng '6 6() Q. A portion of my annuitywas Q. I retired and my annuity;, ees an annuity who retire increase'to'employ on or after Dec--
Boats h. th. commenced before October 1,
30 55 purchases by voluntary con- \
16 ft. (Noncmlnrpe Night 55 Night Minimum 4( ember ],19G5?
1956. If I should die after Dec-
) tributions which I paid into the A. No. who
ember 1 will the survivor retire
retirement fund when I was an
between December
1, 1965, and
employee. Will this portion of annuity payable at my death be
December 30 1965
increased? will get only
be increased?
my annuity
the yj
increase under
Vehldn louse Trailers towing, A. The law does not permit A. Yes The annuity payable the pre-
vious law. Employees retire
stain _ceaat additional annuity purchased by upon death to the qualified survivors -
iiOat.) 16 fL. frailer.Cabin Day 30 Day 50 Day 50 Day 65 voluntary contributions to be in- ) will be increased by the between December 1. 1005, and
Night 60n December 3O, 1966, will
excess of 3,000 Night 30 Night .5 Nlcht"5 Minimum 40 creased. same percentage as the retired get
o.. or soother yes a 1"increase under the previouslaw.
tdele or rehlcles. Q. I am the survivor of an with annuity commencing after r
Except as explained in
employee who retired before October 1, 1965 the increase in an-
October 11956. However,he died survivor annuity would be 61/10. swer to the next: question, no

after that date. Will my survi- Q. Are survivors of active annuity increases are providedfor

..-hrool8use. Day 25 Day 40 Day 40 Day Jlr vor annuity be increased by 11 employees' who die after Dec- after employees December who 31. 966.retire on or

Nit 25 Night 1/10or by 6 1/10c; ember 1,1965 affected by the new
Night 40 Night 40 Minimum 4{] Q. How does the new law pro-
A. The percentage increase to law?
vide for of
cost- living
survivors of a deceased annuitant A. Yes. Qualified childrenof increases?
I depends on the commencing date after
employees who die on or
A. The increases which
of the decedent's (not the survivor's -
December 1 will have their sur-
effective December 1 1965
) annuity. In this case, vivor annuities increased by
. the rise in living costs since
" the deceased annuitant retired, 6 1/105 However this increase
EOFYROUDEDlICTIOIV the last annuity increase. In
his annuity commenced will not apply to a widow's an-
the future whenever the
before October 1, 1956; there- nuity. (The reason for the difference -
of living; nationwide
fore the survivor's goes up
annuity is that a widow's annuityIs
by at least &h over the monthly -
will be increased by 11 1/107 based on the employees's high
index used basis
price as a
If the deceased annuitant had re- 5 average salary and therefore
for the last previous cost-of-
reflects cost-of-living increasesin
living annuity increase,and stays
salary rates but child's an- up for at least three months in
nuity is in a fixed amount which
a row, and increase equal to the
does reflect these
not salary
percentage rise in living costs
will be granted> automatically. .
I am now an employee and
Q.' How soon will I receive
INTERNATIONAL am eligible for retirement. Whatis the increase? '
the latest date on which I
A. The increase will be paid
can retire on an immediate
on time. It will be included
annuity increase and get?the 6 1/ 1096 an- pan of the regular annuity checks as
Credit nuity
Union Day A. November 30, 1965. The received by annuitants in Jan-

increase applies only to annuities uary 1966, which is the annuity

which commence no later than payment covering the month beginning -
December I, 1965,the
December 1, 1965. Since annuities -
THURSDAY, OCT. 21A to employees who qualifyfor date fective.Q. the. increase becomes ef-

immediate retirement commence -
the day after retirement, Must I apply for the increase?
credit union is an organization in anyone who retires as late as A. No, the increases will be

which the members save together, receive November 30, 1965, will have his paid automatically to all annuitants -

dividends, and lend the annuity commence December 1, entitled to them. You
moneyat 1965 and will get the increase. need not apply or write to the
low rates to members who need to The annuity of any employee who Civil Service Commission. However

borrow. As owners and operators of retires on or after December 1, if you are an annuitant who

the credit union, the members receive 1965, must commence after that has waived pan of his annuityti
date, and he will not be eligiblefor keep his income below a certain -
many special benefits which help them the 6 1/10%increase. limit you should write to

live' better fuller lives. Q. If I retire on or before the Civil Service Commission

November 30, 1965, will I also asking for the increase if you
On International Credit Union Day the third Thursdayof get theo increase which is want it.

October millions of credit union members throughoutthe payable under a previous law to Q. How is the increase computed

free world to recognize the employees who retire during ?
pause many ways which 1965? A. By multiplying the present

they are helped by their credit unions. A. Yes. Under the previous gross monthly annuity rate by

law and the new law, the an- the appropriate percentage: increase
of which is then added to
nutiy an employee who retires -
on or before November the present annuity. The new
Ar Nantt ltttt Q. How will these increases monthly rate so obtained is then

be computed? adjusted to the nearest dollar.

A. The regular monthly an- In any case where the computation -

nnuity is first increased by the results in a total increaseof
2% under the previous law and less than 50 cents per month,
liMON adjusted to the nearest dollar. the annuity will be increased
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I elf Ya AslJs I Oceanographic -Ship Jobs AvailableThe I

This week the "If Ya' AskUs" Cane is "
thought to be. Coast and Geodetic
mately one year following com 5. Stewards, Cooks and Mess- i
column went to Cecil Fieldto R.L. Richards, AEAN; 'The an agency of the United States
ask that station's Pink Panther' pletion after which she will be men ((53,60055,600)) !
personnel was one of the Department of Commerce is
if they have ". ., ... best movies ;1ot l transferred to Seattle, Wash 6. Quartermasters -,
ii presently
seen any good ,< '.I I've seem in a PI H on' two new oceanographic men to ships.serve ington.I The Discoverer will also ($5,150 $6, 600)) I
movies recem'l.. long time. It The Oceanographer and the Discoverer base out of Jacksonville for a 7. Yeomen ($4,000 '
/y year after which she will be transferred
$6 '
ly.D. was really are presently under con- ,
E. Bennett t,,' ny. I guess one struction 'at 'the Jacksonville"Shipyards to an east coast plOt yet
4., to be determined. In additon to the above com-
AA ; ', ',, : of the reasons % Southeastern Division
'' pensation, all vessel employees'
"No I don't
go fr I like it so
with tentative of
+ completion receive meals aboard and 1
to the movies. much was be- Openings on these vessels Include ship
I just don't I cause it was a Richards January and April, 1966, respec-- the following positions: are quartered in two-man, air- "
tively. These ships are 303 feet, conditioned
1. Boatswains and Seamen staterooms.
care for Bennett comedy and that's favorite
my 3,800 ton research vessels with
them'*, type of: movie. the ($4,000$5,600)) Applicants for all positionsmust
H. D. 'Call PH3; "Yes. 'The D. L. Brodeur, SN; "Yes, and most automated modern equipment computerized and 2. Engineers and Oilers pass a physical examin- '

Sons of Katie Elder' is one ofthe : Billie, with Panic Duke It complete oceanographic, met- ($4.000$9,000)) j ..IMP". l '' % I
3. Electronics Technicians Additional information and ->
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best movies eve seen in a was a good +
eorlogical and electronic facili .
long time. It had the right comedy. $5,150( ,- $6,150). ) forms may be obtained.I. {I
actors in, the eve also ties.The at the Florida State Employment
right pans .m; seen a few bad Oceanographer will base 4. Survey Technicians Service[ office, 215 Market Street+ j
John Wayne .. 'x ) movies lately out of: Jacksonville for approxi- ((54,700.56,600)) Jacksonville., ,

.,., and Dean r Practically all ,. j
tin did a Mar'I' foreign movies Open under new management
rific job. I've'seen were r MONTHLY SPECIAL

r "J .., poon. There Brodeur, JET Beauty Salon
is my favorite t doesn't seem o be any. story. in .
actor. I think Co//// the foreign movies.*' 6481 ROOSEVELT BLVD. 1E0

some of his best pictures are Vic Amoruso. YN3: "Yes.. I :3841522North .
'In Harm's' Way' and 'Stage' -. saw the Sandpiper in New York or N. A.-S. ALL CAN ET
coach'. 'Richard Burton and U2 Taylor .
"It seems to me that foreign were great. PERMANENTS OPEN DAILY
make a specialty of
11:30 A.M. TO 10
films are inferior to American Carrol

although I have seen a few excellent Baker is my .
foreign comedies." favorite act $10.00 wile $'.00 .. SHRIMP i ""
P. E.' Bush SA: "Yes. I ress. 'Harlow' j E .
saw a good one in the 'IperessFile' and 'Station 6 t $12.50 Wm $11.50 I T OYSTERS ,
It was Sahara'aretwo I .
suppose to behs of the better '
good asGoldfinger' ; fihnsi'veseen. $15.00 Wn $13 JO RED SNAPPER "
It : A foreign AmorusoMarina '4w TAKE-oUTSERVICE
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couldn't compare .' don't strike me as being true to Emily LaRue t
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Phone 355-8424 stationed is a pretty good idea.
[ Never know when you'll' need money
Or visit our convenient. local office for exact rates STATIC DISPLAYS. .The Naval suddenly, and a call to us starts a loan
on Hospital ,
your car There is no oblieation.GEICC@ HARTU's hanger that also served set up a display In working for you. Once you've'
as a liest' aid
station LOUNGE PACKAGE STOREGO established your credit with us, you've'
% established it at 760 offices..

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.. Government J UNTIL 2 AM ,
!: t Employees Jnsurance Company f j I rr
Capital, stock S v S j :
\.- companies not affiliated with the U US.S government S LADIES'\ NIGHT EACH
.. ... """n',. Home Office: Washington"' D.C. S THURSDAY EVENING
.acksonville.. Office: 338 West ss S JACKSONVILLE
Forsyth Street S HALF, PRICE .
Phone 389-O391()
S 1193 So. (Cdgcwood Ave.
440 W. Adams St. Phone 356OO91Phono
TNSUWNCt$ : A Aitfo t *lire Home ..Boat life Overseas h'e 3909 BLANDING BLVD. 926 25 C.Arlington Adams St.Road ... Phone 356-0076 721-0550
''I'' Phone 354-6841
1638 Main St. '
.FINANCiNGAuto: >, Mobile Home KEEP THAT WING UP MISTER. >h: absent-minded professor pro- CASE LOTS AT% COST+ 10% DRIVE-IN SERVICE\:, 5852 3102 Norwood Beach Blvd.Ave. .. Phone Phone 359-2051 765-16O1 '
vided. some comical moments when n nro I put down ,the textbook and took 5212 N. Purl St. Phone 3536248t
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I At $23.81 in community benefits for each ton of general cargo =: .,,:' .::: : '. j ..

: .. handled in- the Port of Jacksonville, it meant more than $8 ;,>: .t ', "' "
million in 1964 to Duval County citizens .'. Engineers advise ,. .: "':.'
r ,this .figure .can. reach $84 million annually by 1975 IF I 'f;. ,:t '... '. i. l
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adequate facilities are provided to handle the business that :: ;"
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will be offered Jacksonville. t'
.. r The'prolected view of proposed new Talleyrand Docks with '
: practical marginal wharfs and adequate warehouse and'transit
shed storage space.

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CANAL Completion of the Ja ornrM s Part ;Au art con

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y \ ery pocket and Barge Canal will place Jack ,yypJ; ent }s

fi sonville at the, most strategic :7tyR:1: tf,7{.s, :: ., f,...,.,.
::: }:' location along hundreds of><
u :. : : r, : ... miles I of inland I 'waterway. It ?#$$'> fiHiffa**''lnwfite l jfirtbe'ftexlteNcar .
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prosperity to this community sf 5tS coretOfeam..the

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to handle the business. .Ath '; u 5r. M' ,,',
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;. -''' ;M' A i7''r,1; ry..,/ ,: ::1it : :-,_<,' : ., Slide for 37 Years Into a Competitive, Space-Age Facility .

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Here's a proposed facility utilizing just one-tenth of its strategicarea
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I Movies Club Schedules : :

levies will be shown reRularBTt "0" CLUB Music this Friday Night with "Miss USO Donut" 1.111.- t
7 pjiu. Monday through night will be being crowned. :
Hrday. NATTC will have two Bobby King, with JdmnyJellnekon Cecil Field ORF Friday,

ure times 2 p.n> and 7 p.m. dish Saturday. Tuesday is foreign Oct 22. "HAPPIER HOUR", Ads should be mailed to the Holt Publishing Company
night this week
Saturdays and Sundays. The French. featuring 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. Free oysters 4724 Clyde Drive Jacksonville, Florida 32208 to arrive not
ntal will have one featureKundayat7pjn. Wednesday night is and All officers are .
Fried Chicken night for the whole peanuts. later than Tuesday for publication following
movies at Cecil family. encouraged to bring their ladies. arriving too late for this deadline will be published the
ll d begin at 7 p.m. Theses CPO CLUB Dancing this CECIL FIELD CPO CLUB: following week unless the publisher is instructed otherwise.
are subject to change. Friday night at the Chief's club Tonight open menu in the galley.Friday's A check or money order for the full cost of the od must. be
will be to the John Arnold M4" dinner 16 oz. T Boneat received WITH the copy for the od.
Thursday, October 21 with the Vern Henderson Trioon $1.75. Music by Budd Clark. DO NOT SEND CASH

JAS A Very Special Favor- Saturday. The club is serving Saturday: Dinners featured,' 10 RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . ... . .2.00
He Hudson. Leslie Caron lunches daily and has expandedits oz, Club Steak at a $1.50, or Per additional line ((4 words per line). . .0.502SEWD4G
ATTC 1.lelplThe! Beatles dinner menu. Fried Scallops for a $1.00. Mu- .
Hospital World of ,,Abbott ACEY DUCEY CLUB Mark sic by Angelina. Sunday: Baked
Tcostello-Bud Abbott Lou Castle will provide the dancing lIam .&5#, Child Plate, .45$ or, ,
HelloH tunes on Friday with March Wil- Swiss Stead .75$; Child Plate I. M. .., .1", r.- -,"\,1'1.-:.l- l-(-.- t:
Field The Naked Brigade- son and the Redcoats on Saturday.In .45$ Wednesday 10 oz. Filet MACHINES-2 35 Year Old Military Company
Scott Shirley Eaton addition to Sunday's entertain Mignln for $1.90. We have TWO 1S65 DIAL-O- has position available for retired -
ment with Phil Cay and the MATIC, zig zags that have never Officer or CPO in Jax/
Friday, October 22 Chant els, a special event for been used. They were LAYAWAYS Maypon areas. Maxium eligible
the GirlBalie Monday night will be the Danny CECIL FIELDEMCLUB .never picked up, cus- age-50. Send brief resume and
AS Sex and Single Meyer Floor Show and Orchestra. night is game night Bingo will tomers left area We are unable avaihbility date to Regional Director -
Wood Tony CurtisATTC Game night is every Sunday be played' from 8 till 10. "Special to locate them, you can have P O Box 13177, Orlando
AVerySpecialFavor and Tuesday. Dinner" T Bone for 90$ these machines for the balanceof Fla. 32809.
tk Hudson. Leslie Caron BLUEJACKETS INN The from 6 till 8. Friday i danceto $47. each, cash or terms. :
Hospital Help! The Beatles Holidays will appear at the club the music of Phil Kay and Phone 353-1946 anytime, will deliver -
K. Field Battle for VillaHrita tonight with March Wilson and the His Band. Sunday features mark no obligations. Will take HOUSE FOR SALE OR RENT
Maureen Ollara. RosKoBrazzi Redcoats on Friday, and Carl Castel. Monday, Tuesday, and older machine as trade A-l Sew- Oretga Hills near lax NAS 3 i

Boyd and the Rhythm Kings on Wednesday Happy Hour from ing Machine Company.FOR BR, Den 1 1/2 B, clean, will pay I
I Saturday October 23BUS Saturday. Sunday night.the Dan 5 till 6. Wednesday the 27th all closing costs 7241 Pineville
ny Meyer Floor Show and features a "Special Danny SALE: If you're looking for Dr. 387 2428 after 4:30
How to Stuff a WildBtini Orchestra will appear at the Meyer. 1960 CADILLAC Sedan DeVille,
Annette FUI cello, Bluejackets. Game night is every perfect $1695. Call EV74056

wayne Hickman Wednesday. FURN APTS-2&3BR. new, mod,
PATTC Sex aid the Single USO NOTES 318 N. Ocean SINGER electric sewing machinein turn 2653 Dellwood Ave River-
rl Natalie Wood Tony Cur- Street Special Events this weekat console cabinet, like new. side $65 mo. call EV7-3393 I
the USO include a Boy Meets The SINISTER Sews' forward and reverse. All
Illospital A Very Special Fav- Girl Hop on Friday, with the attachments for making button-
I Rock Hudson Leslie CaronC. Harvest Moon Ball on Saturday MINISTER holes, zig zagging and fancy HOMES SALE RENT *
| Field World of Abbott featuring music by the NAS stich designs. Fully guaranteed.Can Some no dn, Many $0 $100
I Costello Bud Abbott Lou ComFairJax Combo. Vespersand of FEAR! be seen in your area. Make dn. No closing costs,New homes,
fcstello refreshments on Sunday will eight monthly payments of $4.91or All the X-TRAS Family Rm,
I October 24 be at St. Johns Presbyterian will discount for cash. Write: Fenced yd., built in RIO...
Sunday, Church. Monday will be Donut Credit Manager, 122 S. Clear- You name it. TIMMERMAN

I NAS Wild Seed Michael water Road Largo, Florida. RLTY, DRKR 771 2792! and
arks, Celia Kaye Qn Stage
I How Stuff Wild 64 FRONTIER 43 x 10. Take
NATTC to a
ikini Annette Funicello. the GUILD PLAYERSPresent up payments of $56.31 mo. Call 7711861.'SELLRENTBUYTRADE
wayne HickmanI 4 387 3667 after 5 or USNII

Hospital Sex and the Single ext. 225CONV. CHOICE 2,3,4, BR homes., $100
lirl Natalie Wood, Tony Curls THE MUSIC MAN down, no closing costs. Fast
CECIL FIELD NAS. Move in. Tell us your needs.
I C. Field Help! The Beatles I 2 BR, Turn duplex, $68.50 mo., DUKE LOSTUMBO. Broker, call
by Meredith Wilson water furnished. Children O. K. 771-0374 or 387-4296
I Monday, October 25 W. V. ALLSOP, Bkr. SP1 -2345

I NAS The Third Day Oct. 22 21 FOR SALE: 41 A. timberland,
Elizabeth FOR SALE: 4 BR, 2 B, HOME
eorge Peppard, 24, 27 t b miles south of Green Cove Bit-in range &oven, fnced yard,
shley .
I NATTC Wild Seed Michael 28, 29 Springs, call 284 9587 $100 down $68 month or 3BR,
30,31 1/2B., Bit-in at $65 month.
I arks, Celia Kaye Stuff Nov. 3, & 5 4KtPtn FURN HOUSE FOR RENT 1 BR, POWELL REALTY, BRKS 264-
Hospital How to a
for and
I furnished couple, carport 6144
|ild Bikini-Annette Funicello 264 6253
Iwayne Hickman Cast of more than '50 extra storage
Cd .J1.-
I C. Field A Very Special Fav- NEED POSTERS?
FOR SALE: 1965 Austin Healey
|r Rock Hudson Leslie Caron ALL AMERICAN SEE . Mark III for best reasonable Good clean work, any size,color,
I Tuesday, October 26 MUSICAL COMEDY I Fu Manchu beheaded. offer; LIKE NEW! Call 733-5610 etc. Call EV9-2797 (after 6p.m.)
or WAS HE? after 6 p.m.
I NAS Mdlale's Navy Joinse Tickets An airplane .spread . Right Hand Drive 1960 V/W, Sun
| Air Force Joe Flynn, Tim 8:30 $4.00Son. a blanket of death! FOR SALE: 24"' PhilcoColo* Roof, New top paint and tires
Evenings also 1960 Country Squire 9 .
$3.00 FRIDAY Dial Console TV. Very nice
The Third Dayleorge Matinee/ 2:30 NAS Ext. 379 or 781-2789 after Pass Sta wag Full power and air e
Peppard Elizabethshley Call EV 7-4394 for Res. FLORIDA s f x. cond. Call771-287Hafter5ixm.)

Hospital Wild Seed -
|1 Parks Celia Kaye 4T20 Herschel St. : ? t'tF11'jYllf :
I C. Field Sex and the Single'rl '
Natalie Wood TonyCurtis Eli
I Wednesday, October 27 u 37M j

NAS- Billie Patty Duke Jim CEDAR I I HILLS -ItANbING I IIYD. ,! Oct. 21 thri :tiJ

ackus Oct.27! J 4f J
I NATTC Mdlale's Navy Joins THEATRE 771-2255
le Air Force Joe Flynn, Timlonway SHOWS \:

I Hospital The Third Day OPEN FEATURES 1:25-3:30-35-7:40-9:45., I
korge Peppard Elizabeth the wilderness : I
Ishley They challenged p

I C. Field How to Stuff a Wild and conquered a dream! rr
ikini Annette Funicello ,
Iwayne Hickman i .
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21 .' pr.MnU shown) on the tenor sax will play at the HAS Jax CPO Club this

'" v DOROTHY McGUIRE ce....__and..FESS PARKER Saturday evening. The tenor sax tones of Dave Blair adds a new
A dimension to the all ready popular trio. Vern Henderson is well
TECHNICOLOR OVDY) 1 Ba known at Navy clubs throughout the area for his fine musical J

entertainment in a solo role with the trio or the quartet.

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Of Banned Books 117 Gysgt.F.XT Joel: 400 Ferguson iUNIFORM ( 3f c:

BY c

dell Fondingsland, SN / Thomas B. Ellison, Commanding
Banned Books are now on display that almost caused a riot was Officer NATTC, spoken upon assuming -
! at the Library. Hitler's "Mein Kampf" With about 10 days remain- command here in August:
]1 These books, banned for var- "Alice's Adventures in Wonder ing before shifting from summerto "The $75,000 fighter of World
ious reasons, have created considerable land", by Lewis Carroll was winter serviceuniforms, yes- War II, "Capt. Ellison said,"has t1ba
l' disturbance. A leaf of banned in China In 1931 on terday was the time to break out been replaced bya missile-firing
' one book was thrown into a fire grounds that "Animals should not those greens, get them cleaned supersonic intercepter costing,
t by a Baptist minister as a protest use human language and thatit and pressed,and make sure chev- in many instances, in excess ofa at
t j, against the book. Another is disastrous to put animals rons and service strips reflect( million dollars, and the patrol ,'Robert' A.
almost started a riot at a book and humans on the same level". your current status. Marines plane of yesterday has given wayto //NVENTOR'-.GrSgf.) p.
t l' auction in New York ''Still an- j"Book! banning doesn't existin will go directly into'the'service one which can, with its greatly Walden/ of the Marine Air Re
other was declared "trash and the Navy's libraries", said winter uniform Nov. 1, with no increased speed and a myriadof serve Training; Detachmenthere rKoI Scor
|l only suitable for the slums". Mrs. Nelson, NATTC Librarian. period being set aside for option electronic detection devices, displays his 2}/ pound
j The reasons for banning books "Books are selected for uniforms. When preparing for provide coverage of areas equalor invention that reduces the loadon orhi
\ are many. The book that was everyone, regardless of taste." the uniform change, check all surpassing that previouly requiring an A-4B ;let attack bomberby
thrown into the fire by the Bap- Navy personnel, who have been uniform items to determine if entire squadrons. Yet ( ). N
tist minister in North Carolinain described as having "some of the repair to uniforms on hand or the vital element in these new 77 pounds see story cIl

1953 was a revised standard finest minds in the country", purchase of new clothing is nec- sophisticated weapon systems least 100 pounds, he said, m
version of the Bible. The Minister have well-trained professional essary. Considering the sun remains the competent, hard- "you can get another bomb on l
-:" did not agree with the changes librarians to select books for and rain of the past summer, working and often unsung tech- it by leaving the battery off. lEii-
v in terminology. "Suitable "Ignorance and prejudiceseems check ribbons too. Are they still nicians such as are producedby "They're trying to get themto
only for the slums" was Mark to have resulted in these neat and bright, or have they the Naval Air Technical Training [ go faster and higher and they- ilS
Twain's "The Adventures of bannings", Mrs. Nelson said. faded and shrunk? Look 'em Centers." 've started trying to do away
Huckleberry Finn." Mark Twain "What may be suitable for one over. with everything that's not an 4
protested by saying that he had group may not be suitable for absolute necessity." a
written his books specifically another but each group should be SHARP /INVENTOR Walden's invention was the re-
for adults and had not meant for allowed to choose its own sult of a request from Major
children to read them. The book books". After meeting all promotion Edward T. Graham, MARTD's
What started has
as a joke
-- -- --- Op t tlon's Officer and who has
criteria established by the Commandant and
turned into a money weight
since been transferred.
of the Marine Corps
saving device for Marine and
and local officials for whom they Navy jet attack bombers.A The major's generator had lost
work, three sharp Aviation Detachment Marine has invented a device its residual magnetism on a test r
flight and he had to land without
VISIT corporals were
for jet attack bombers that t
promoted to corporal this month. weighs 2 1/2 pounds and takes electrical power, radio, or any- t
Passing out cigars and sewing the place of another that weighs thing, according to the sergeant."It \0
new chevrons were John W. Ro- started as a joke -he came
NOLAN ark, Det. Supply; Charlie R. He is Gunnery Sergeant RobertA. in and said, 'I[ lostthat gener- 1
Thaxton, Det. Mail Clerk, and Walden of the Marine Air ator' and asked me to fix him 1
William M. Voshell of the Mar- Reserve Training[ Detachment of up something to flash the field 1b b 1c
w 1i 1. ine Liaison Office, AE School. the Florida Marine Air Reserveand with, "Sgt. Walden said.
his invention is now being "I can give you a batteryand
1 N ATQRANGEi't considered for general adoption a ,couple of long wires, l
.F FIRE ESCAPESFire by the Bureau of Naval Weapons. Walden told the,major.
"I'd look kinda silly going out c
"It's just a device for flash-
I escapes, located at the ing the generator from the cock- on that wing to flash it," the J
rear of two-deck barracks, pro- major answered. So Walden Jt
build Sgt.
pit to up voltage,
S.f&& nmom vide quick and easy avenues to Walden said he would come up with some- t
safety in case of fire. Fire
thing and did. t
Low voltage, according to Wal-
escapes therefore are not placesto den, could result from a test It cost only $5.11 to build and I
loiter, shine shoes hold bull flight in which anemergencygen- its basic parts are a panel light,
sessions or conduct lesson crit- erator must be used.It micro switch, test light and a
> iques. Approppriate areas are also can result from heator 6-volt battery. And it can be t
J&ff- -- designated for these activities.By built I
0 of for 10 in three hours by two men.
nonuse a plane
using designated areas and A-4B 1
12 pilots now have to havea
staying off fire escapes,Marinescan or The days.aircraft in which his invention member of the ground crew f
avoid a whole heap o' trou- has been used is an A- bring a battery to flash the field.
ble. 4B[ jet attack bomber. They therefore lose time and also
The use of a battery in other cannot build up voltage in the
RESPONSIBILITYIs jets makes it possible to flash generator in flight.
t the generator field from the cock- This is the first invention for
your training at NATTC pit whenever it's necessary, according the 29 year old Marine. native
riM important, and will your subsequent to Sgt. Walden. of Georgia who has spent most
of his life resident of Plant
duties after leaving here as a
"The A-4B doesn't have a battery -
be vital to your country? Con- because it would increase City and Lakeland, Fla., he is
sider these words of Navy Capt. .rhp weiaht of the plane by at the son of Mr. and Mrs. John M.

I.... -0 ,,:.. :_. ""- Walden, Eaton Park, Fla. Sgt.
--, Walden resides with his wife,

...:_. / i Peggie, and their two children,
Robert and Tammy,at 1388 Dancy
t :...? Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
?? lie is a veteran of 12 years
service with the Marine Corps.In .
) ; 4Iiaflll this time he has completed
22 schools and correspondencecourses
Ilul tu t\\ in addition to having
taught at the Jacksonville Naval
(' If'I Air Technical Training Schools

c\ on there.two previous tours of duty

Sgt. Walden said his device has
Need an auto loan? been> tested in flight and on the
N ground. All pilots testing it foundit
satisfactory. It will be six
months to a year before a final
J3AHW1TT'(44NATIONAL decision is made on acceptance.
BONANZA! The Marine Aviation Detachment Pistol Team presenfs .

BANK OF JACKSONVILLE one of 23 trophies won in the Southern Fall Pistol Hatch CHURCH OF CHRIST
to their CO LtCol. J. W. Sullivan center for display
I'Hf iOINAL OtPO: %INtUflANCt COMfOMATIONES in the detachment trophy case. Team captain, Cpl. DarrellF. NEAR NAS
Martin, makes the presentation as other team members, from JUST OFF TIMUQUANA BD.
WAS: FACILITY OFFICE left, Sgt. James A. Stubblefield, 'Sat. Jack E. Patterson, and at SUNDAYS

ACROSS r OM ADMINISTRATION BLDG. HAS right, Sgt. William C. Whalen/ / exhibit other awards taken duringthe : I
recent match held at the Florida Pistol Club in Jacksonville. 10:00: A.M. BIBLE WORSHIP

BAU tIPk(; HOUUS: Molting a grand sweep on first place awards in team sharpshooter 11:00 7:00:: P.M.A.M. EVENING WORSHIP SERVICE

Monday f thru Thursdof 10:00: AM ill 3:00 PM competition, the Marines won all events: .22 caliber, center-
fire caliber and .45 caliber. Cpl. Martin won 12 first places and WEDNESDAYS:
Friday: 9:30: Ak!: "!il 4:30 TSP two second places in the/ individual sharpshooter division; Sgt. 7:30 P.M. MID-WEEK SERVICE

Sluillefield' won. two individual awards in the marksman division CHURCH PHONE SP 1-3073: :
(;: a"Eth!2.I1.dQIIS 8272 or 273 .-J Sgt. W/io/en/+ / won one first place and one second place. MINISTER\ PHONE SP 1-x616

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Cecil Field Opens Basketball

/1. Navy-Go. Tech Navy Navy Go. Tech Navy Go. Tech

easonThls Weekend At G/vnco
2. Mich St.-Purdue Mich/ St. Mich St. Mich St. Mich St. Mich St.
to play all 11 men from
football still in the air
I Cecil Field varsity basketball .- team over the weekend to see how 3. Notre Dame-S. Co// S. Cal. Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dame Notre Dome
they work
as a unit but he added

weekend team with opens a pair its of season road gamesat this Glynco:hat the with team every is traveling intention of to 4. Alabama-Fla./ St. F/o./ Sf. Flo./ St. Alabama Alabama Flo. St.

fcf A C

The two games beginning at .8 winning He said that two he basketball has been games. 5. DUke. -III. /III//. /III//. Duke III., Duke
pleased .
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p.m. Friday7 and Saturday. will with the team's progress at the .t. af c u,. ,. \. I > .' ,
not count in t Florida Georgia early date but the team still 6. Ga../Ky.' Ky. Ky. r Go. I .' Co. Go. .
[ Service Conference play ,which needs much practice.The I .

opens Coaching on the this Nov.year's 19. team will Cecil Field coach said that 7. Miami-Pitt Miami Miami Miami Pitt Miami

be 0. G. Richersonwhomentored the team's roster wr&:, not yet
NAS JAX to last year's league completed and that mare are 8. W. Vo.-Penn Sf. W. Vo. Penn St. W. Vo. Penn St. Penn St.
championship. Richerson who still openings for anyone who
mentored WAS JAX to last year'sleague wishes to play varsity basket- 9. TCU-Clemson/ Clemson/ TCU Clemson Clemson Clemson

; championship. Richersonwill ball.Next
be dressing 11 men, includ- weekend Cecil Field will 10. Colo.-Heb. Neo. Neb. Net Neb. Neb.
ing four returnees from last open its home season with Hunter
Air Force Base is here for a
year's team. Returning Marshall are high pair of games in the station 11. Oregon-Wash. Wash. Wash. Oregon Oregon Wash.
scoring guard Jerry ,

Walt Cohens, G. E. Robichaudand gym.lax is Idle this weekend. 12. Wash. St.-Ind./ / Wash. St. Wash. St. Wash. St. Wash. St. Ind.
Morris Campbell.}
Richerson said that he intends

.. j'R 1 CONFERENCE Jax Varsity Teat T'
To Practice Sat. _
19-20 Cecil Field at
In the 1964 Canada .
1. Cup golf Patrick AFB, Sanford at Orlando n "','._' '.
matches, the United States won The NAS SAX varsity basket-
AFB, Robins AFB at Hunter AFB,
the team match and Jack N1cklaus Moody AFB at Turner AFB,Jax ball team met last Saturday and INSURANCE AGENCY. INC
took the individual championship.Where at Glynco Sunday with 25 candidates report- MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE SPECIALISTS
was the competition held? Ing for their first practice. Next MONTHLY PAYMENT PLANS
2. Bob Petit of the St. Louis
work outs will be held Satur-
Nov. 26 27 Orlando at Cecil ALL AGES RANKS. DRIVING RECORDS
Hawks finished his National Bas- day and Sunday the 23rd and 24th
Field, Patrick at Macdill SAFE DRIVER DISCOUNTS SR 22's FILED
ketball Association career with of October 9:30 In the NAS
at a.m.
Clynco at Robins, Hunter at
Naval station( Office
how many total points to his Moody, Turner at Jax gym, Bldg. 3. All hands are Invited Naval Air Station Office
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credit? to attend and try-outror the 6463 Roosevelt Blvd. FU.
Jacksonville Fla. Atlantic Beach
3. Th e first of the modern Dec. 3-4 Mac Dill at San- varsity team. Phone 388-1616 Phone 219-5649

Olympics, held in Athens, ford, Orlando at Patrick, Hunter ,

Greece, in l69t, attracted how at Glynco, Turner at Hunter Lt. Young
many athletes? Glynco at Moody .ar lfi

4. How many years of intensive
training has more appearences in Dec. 17 18 Sanford at Cecil //r' & C1Z'BY
training are given a polo horse Field, MacDill at Orlando, Mo- EaglesCecil 11 r VP w
before it is allowed to be used ina ody, at Robins, Turner at Glynco -
match? Hunter at Jax.VF174. BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC.
5. What university's football Lieutenant D. S. Young of Cecil

team has more appearences in the Take Field got his first eagle and what '
Rose may have been the oddest eagle i. "
Bowl than '
any other and :
holds a 10-3 record for the annual recorded on Cecil Field's golf J f: t: : .' ". ..
event. CF RollOffVF course when he drove his second )1 I, "fJl' i\.. 1/;'. : ,. .. t.. .
shot out of the rough on the '
ANSWERS 174's two bowling teams \ .* jRafc jr
11th hole and into the cup last / ;
'S06T uj uopjjadmoosi 1SJJj brought a pair of trophies to Han Wednesday.Lt. ..,. of I ,jM *S k, ..-r: odvi,
VIM pJCX)3Joog asoyspjoq atl1 gar 67 at Cecil Field Monday Young's tee shot went wide ,,ffl) ( .' ,; ; %: .;, : -.S4i
collected j
BjujojiiEQ uaamnos 'g morning when the squadron of the fairway, hit a pine tree 'b:;).:! ._ .
.gujiaduiooajojaq its honors from CaptainS. and rolled into the rough. For i CTS ms ao im .; A.

; steal jnoj aoj paujBJi sj D. Wright,station commanding his second shot Lt. Young useda t .'i '. ,. j ''J1.1
'PI-roMsqjuj{ iuitn snoaSwncoJsotu officer, for winning the summer 3 Iron to drive the ball 180 =' ; ,1: & .' r,
station bowling championship and and hole. The.. T. ." ';. ;-'". .. A' ,! ""I
suadxa Atretu
sqj se Xq yards to the .. :-: .-4_ ..,. .
fielding the runner up team. of the ,
paJapJsuoo 'asaoq otod aqi "fr second shot hit the edge \ _. t
.S3UIE8ata The Hellrazor entry in the green and rolled Into the cup. ,';"" ... "
Tuesday Early League took the Number 11 Is four ....,.",. ''l: .: ill. ,,'''Q'
aql 01 pap Jn /* sajara.1 Wfr a parr 'i .. /
knocking off their ,. .... (t. '. :-- ._
title by
station hole. Mr. Young .J
Xpio'iuaqj; \OIDI| aM s* 'sojdutfto the 341 yard was -
tuapoui aqj jo jsajj aqi tq *e squadron mates GEMD playing with the Administration .
satires lets lie put jjo Wednesday Early League. golf team against Medical ......., .- ty.
offs. -
-grid ytogBulpnioul: slUJod m'c finished third in the roll Dental in intramural play. The .1 T---
mot B pass ure l1ad .Z'IIrMrH'Ine Members of the championshipteam Administration team won the I CL
4 were: H. E. Thompson, match and Is tied for the lead D K on2?

'Ildeuee)Iul pjaq aJaosaq:,1 w Paul Clear, B. J. Cate, Dick with VA 44. Lt. Young finished _1 1 1r M

dnJepme:> 951. au .1 Vaughn Berlin., Bill Morgan, and Buck with a 97 for the Day. pr-"cr]

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'. Intramural League StandingsFOOTBALL Intramural



AMERICAN LEAGUE FICEUR 1 4 Team Wins Losses Team Wins Losses%

679th 1 5 679th 41/2 1/2 AVIONS 26 1/2 91/2 730 FICEUR 5 VW 4,0

Team Wins Losses GOLF Operations 41/2 112Pro's Spoilers 25 11 694 VP-16.3 Marines.
41/2 11/2
Cutters 22 10 688 PING PONG
Hospital 5 1 AMERICAN LEAGUE FAETU 31/2 11/2 Airmen 211/2101/2 667
NARTU 3 3 FICEUR.3 VAP 62,2679th
ComFalrJax 5 1 Mix Masters 231/2121/2 649
Team Wins Losses FICEUR 2 3 ,4 VP 30,1
VP-7 3 2
Sky Warriors 23 13 639
21/2 31/2 FAETU. VP 16.1
VAP 62 2 3 Supply Nockers 20 12 625
VP-5 5 0 Birds 11/2,41/2 Recreation, 3 FAW 11.2
VP 30 2 4. VP 7 5 1 !Hospital liB" 1 .',4 Tipplers 19 13 594 Marines 3 NAM rrG,2
Hats 191/2161/2
Marines 2 4 VAP 62 '3 2 Commun. 1 "s Hard 541 VP -.FICEUR,2FAETU
Pizzans 18 18 500
VW 4 2 4' FAW 11 3 2 4 NAMTG.
NATIONAL LEAGUE VW-4 2 2 BOWLING Anchors 16 20 444 FAW -11, 3 Marines 2
Church 18
Key 14 438Lucky"
VP 16, VAP 62.1
FltWeaFac 1 3 "
? 191/2 394
Team Wins Losses
Eagles 1 3
Spartans 12 20 375 TENNISNARTU
A/C Maint
1 3
Commun. 6 0 Hospital 11/2 31/2 Team Wins, Losses %/ King Pins 13 23 361 4 VAP62.1VP16.VW4.0
111/2 2412 324
MARTD 4 2 Duffers 11/2 41/2
A/C Maint. 3 2 Cloak & Daggers:: 211/2101/2607 Torch Pots 10 22 313
Mad Foxes 16 8 667 Protons 8 24 250 FOOTBALL

Lillys 17 11 607 VW 4, 12 VP-30,6
. Win this -tarO : NAMTG 17 11 607 Hospital,24 Marines 6
Cecil Field Handball
Needlers 18 14 563 FICEUR 8 679th. 0

Falcons 17 121412545NCO'S Communications, 30 VP 5,0
15 13 536 Tourney PairingsThe
Electrons 17 15 531 GOLFVP

\ Splits 19 17 528 first Duval County Four 5, 8 VW4,1FitWeaFac
Cursors Wall Singles Tournament will be
141/2131/2517 5 FAW -11,4
I Cannon Cockers 16 16 500 held in the Cecil Field gym this Duffers 61/2. Eagles 21/2

AERON "B" 10 10 500 weekend. Hospital "A", 5 Sky Warriors 4
1966 FIATS Flag Staffs 15 17 460 Pairings for the tournamentare FICEUR, 6 Communications, 3
PRO'S 121/21512448 as follows: PRO'S 9 Birds 0

JAGUAR CARS OF JACKSONVILLE Play Boys 12 16 429 Hospital "B", 5 NARTU 4
ThunderheadsEagels 15 21 417 FRIDAY Operations. 4 1/2 Supply 4 1/2
1057 HtndricksAva. 3985746ICOUPONI 15 21 417
AERON "A" 10 22 313 4 P.M. : Ray Taipale Dan SCIATCH

3RD Crewman 10 22 313 Kennedy, court 1 VP-5,412 VW-4,112
w 4:30: p.m. : John Pierson Earl FAW 11,5 FltWeaFac.

Miller, Court 2 Duffers 5 Eagles 1
ROOSEVELT MALL 5 p.m. : Ed While Walter Sky Warriors 4 Hospital "A"
Team Wins Losses 0/0/ Brown, Conn 1 FICEUR 6 Communications 0
Jack Bush John
5:30: p.m. : PRO'S 5 Birds 1
AOMD #1 27 9 750 Elvin, Court 2 NARTU 3 Hospital "B", 3
Five Sharps 21 11 656 6 p.m. : James McCormick Supply 3 Operations 3IOWLING
p CARWASH Side Winders 20 12 625 Robert Galvin, Court 1
z O CPO'S 19 13 594 6:30: p.m. : Paco Castillo -
O Warriors 16 12 571 Schwartz, Court 2
OPEN MONDAY-SATURDAY 8:30 AM-6PM Irv Lillys, 4 Thunderheads, 0
18 14 563
CL Neptunes Staffs, 3 Electrons, 1
3 THIS COUPON WORTH sac OFF0 Hurricanes 18 14 563 SATURDAY
Cannon Cockers, 3 Play Boys 1
1'l' 15 531
O O ON A CAR WASH ANY DAY EXCEPT WED. Z BOQ 19 17 528 9 a.m. : Paul Johnson winnerof Splits 3 PRO'S 1
3 1
LOCATED IN THE ROOSEVELT MALL SHOPPING CENTER Sky Warriors 20 20 500 McCormick Galvin Cursors Eagles
AERON "B", 3 3RD Crewman
AFES 16 16 500 ,srrh, Court 1 Mad Foxes 4 Play Boys 0
EVERY WED. IS DOLLAR DAY Supply 13 15 464 Frank McCormick winnerof Falcons 3 NAMTG, 1
Air Frames 16 20 444
Castillo Schwartz match,
Needlers 4 AERON "A", 0
: AUTO WAX APPLIED Mixers 14 18 438 Court 2 Mix Masters 3 Nockers, 1

I FREE WITH CAR WASH! Riggers FAP 15 14 21 18 438 417 10 a.m. : Nate Crestul win- Cutters, 3 King Pins 1
ner of Pierson Miller match Hard plats Prttrons,2
Rejects 13 19 406
Court 1Steve Airmen, 4 Seabees 0
AERON "C" 13 23 361
COUPON SchnellwinnerofRoss-
Pizzans 4 Lucky"7", 0
BD Stackers 5 27 156 Shenkman match, Court 2
Church Keys, 3 Anchors 1
11 a.m. : Joel Galpern win- Sky Warriors, 2 Torch Pots,2
ner of Taipale Kennedy match, AVIONS. Spartans 0

WRtojLIC&teiWESTSIDE Court 1 Spoilers 3 Molarolas, 1
: Hal Schewerdt winner of F APL, 3 Riggers lCRO'S

White Brown match, Court 2 4 AERON "C", 0
Noon: George Bant Ray Nor- Hurricanes 4 DCX}, 0
VOLKSWAGEN, INC. ville, Court 1 Warriors, 2 Air Frames, 2

I. Sire To See Us Before You Buy A Used YW Tom Kelly, Winner of Elvin, AOMD 11# 3 Five Sharps 1
Bush Match, Court 2 Neptunes, 3 Sky Warriors 1

1od1Jtj tJtlioll Quarterfinals begin at 2 p.m. Sidewinners,3 Rejects 1
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October 21, 1965 ,\


a .COLUMN LEFT Cecil Field' Intramural# Standings.

rI I -
Team Won Lost BLUE TUESDAY Won
on saying that the ninth
ranked Bull Team
Marines 3 0 Blackshoes 6 2
weekend's college football
last their would have easy sled until VA-44 5 1 VA-44 3: 0 Hangar ;47; 5 :3
games: game with Alabama on Oct. VFP-62 Admin :
3 2 3 0 Seminole Chiefs 4 4
For Florida fans that are bill- 30.
VF 174VA Ops :3 1
Gator quarterback Steve That 3 3 The 5 Tigers 4 4
ing for Ail-American diction. was a mistaken pre- 45 2 4 Weapons 11# :3 1 VC 4 1.1int. 4 4

Spurrier the wize might be a WeaponsSupply 1 2 Supply 2 1/2 11/2 I 1I0undawgs .4 4
word to keepPurdue's Mississippi State
stumbled this 1 6i AMD f2 2 2 RATTC42: 2
Bob Griese in mindto weekend
to i
I a team which
hadn't Weapons # 2 2 2 Funny Photo 2 6
the local favorite.
beat out won a
game, Memphis
33- 11/2 21/2
13. AMD 41 Marine Bks. 1 3
While Spurrier was leadingthe :
1 :3 .
Medical Dental
Gators to an expected 28-6 To make this season even more 1 3
Fighting Photo
a dismal North Carolina bittersweet Florida
win over State
appar- Ilellrazors #1 1/2 31/2
.2 State team Griese .was passingand ently learned the lyrics to"Georgia Marina Barracks 1/2 3,1/2
kicking the Boilermakers to On My Mind" previous to '

a two point victory over stub- Its encounter with the Bulldogs LAST WEEK'S RESULTS: VA-J WEDNESDAY EARLY /..,.

born Michigan. The Seminoles proved that desp beat Photo # beat .
44 Weapons 1
broke seven school ite two Hellrazors 4 2
Spurrier early losses they are no h beat 174 7 1
Supply, Weapons ,
records with his 21 completions team to be Yellowwater
passing laughed at. FSU dropped # 7 1
AMD 2 beat Marine Barracks,
in 39 attempts for 258 Georgia into the defeated Hellrazors 1## 1 3 1
Ops beat AMD yards. At Ann Arbor, Midi. ranks, 103. beat Medical Dental. VFP-62 5 3
Griese hit on 22 of 38 passes, MOTHER/ G AND Gordons Bad Boys 5 :3
broke no school records, and i GOLD DIVISION Thunderbirds 2 6

kicked a 35 yard field goal in ANOTHER GREAT AT ILL. L Team Won Lost Commisary 2 6

the closing seconds of the gameto Red Grange lives VA-45 4 0 Blue Blasters 1 7
pull out a 17-15 win over the football immortal but on not as a CVW 4 2 0 Astronauts ::0 4
Wolverines.It VA-15, 3 1
longer as the ground gaining record -
might also be wise to remember VA-lOG 1 1
holder at the University of
,0 that Griese was instru- Illinois. VF-62 1/2 1/2

mental in engineering the Notre Last Saturday Jim Grabowski CVW-3 1 2 THURSDAY EARLY

Dame upset earlier this year.If shattered the "Galloping Ghost- [ VA-44 1 2
NAMTG Hack Drivers #2 7
the Purdue quarterback putson 's" mark of 2,171 yards career 1 2 1
as good a show this week total when he gaining 186 yards VF 174 1 3 Travelers 6 2
t2 against Michigan State as he against Indiana. Grabowski's i: VFP 62 1/2 2 1/2 VA-152 5 3

4 did last week his All-American effort gives him 2,177 for three Holy Rollers 4 4
3 laurels are almost assured. The at Illinois. LAST WEEK'S RESULTS:VF Hack Drivers /## 1 3 1

game, incidently, will probably years Grabowski should push 174 beat VA 106, VA 15 Brown BaAAies 3 5

4 determine the Big 10 champion. Grange's mark far behind as beat CVW 3, VA 45 beat Alley OR'S 2 6
"2 VA-44 and VF 62 and VFP- Packmakers 2 6
Illinois has five to play.
GOOD COTTON BOWL MATCH games 4tEiiiREADY 62 split. Road! Runners 0 4

Statistically it should have beena BUCKEYES I

'2 Texas win in Razorback country ALSO BREAKING RECORDSOhio J11i7Lia ii1

last Saturday but the Scoreboard
showed State has been breakinga
differently Arkansas,
27Texas, 24. few of its own records this

2o It could be said that the Razor- season. Last Saturday at East TO BE SHOT

0t backs won after they got two first Lansing Michigan State rompedover
the Buckeyes 32-7 and held
t quarter touchdowns on Texas
errors but the Razorbacks also the "4 yards and a cloud of dust" SPECIALIIIG !

had two touchdowns called backon boys to minus yardage rushingfor
the first time in Ohio State 111
penalties.If BARN LUNCH pi ATmy
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When Ohio State lost its home
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umbus it the first time in
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the first period they' were 15 years that the Buckeyes have ,
been defeated home in the first
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The over too big in Columbus, NAVY SPECIALS!
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Nebraska continued to romp year than last when it finishedIn
through its schedule with a 41-0 the Eastern Hockey League NOBODY UNDERSELLS

win over sluggish Kansas State. cellar with a 13-57-2 record.
'It was the third straight time The club has only six men

the Cornhuskers shutout their opponents returning from last year's squad

and the score gave Neb- plus a new coach in Pat Egan.In y.,, 1 PER au Nrw CLAYTON I REVELSCHRYSLERPLYMOUTH
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18-13, the Moines Register
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NEWS/AFTERBURNER October 21, 1965

/It Was The R eclskins,'N ot Twins '11

In First Series In Minnesota

WI I A A1f

Although the 1965 World Seriesis A rookie undoubtedly had a they owned. During that 1852
the first ever to be playedin much better chance of making the series, about $4,600 worth of
Minnesota* there was an squad under the Indian system. guns, horses belts and blankets
earlier ball series played hereat The game was played on a field were wagered.It .
Bloomingtonduringthe- between a quarter and a half- was a dispute over the bets
mer of 1852, between two Indian mile long and the teams often that ended the contest.
tribes. numbered several hundred play- This was the last great Indian -
The Indian version of the World ball game to be played in
Series ended in a riot after only ers.Uniforms posed no problem Bloomington. Shortly afterward,
red- naked, for decorations the Indian tribes were moved to
four games, with the local they played except
skins leading their ..downriver such as feathers, bells government reservations. :. 4
three games to one. and wolf and fox tails.
Records of tithe Bloomington [The ball was a rounded knot Kicking CmtcstS -
Historical Society show ''the Indian of1,wood or clay covered with hide :
game to be somewhat of a and supposedly possessed super- ft Far lax -
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