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Jax air news
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United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
September 22, 1966


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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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. Leadership Morale To Be fl I Care ,

j \ Given Ensphasis'Nere --/ Sh .

\ s In New ProgramThe

V question of leadership and morale In the U. S. Navy has come f
1 v f ylp'- to the attention of high Naval officials,resulting serious discussionto sy
improve the efficiency and quality of output of assigned personnel.
Consequently, a majqr leadership and Morale Program. is being '' _.: _Y
designed throughtout the fleet to establish a more capable and motivated {
force from which! to select. career Navy personnel.To A f
accomplish the stated objectives -
Officer and Enlisted Wives Clubs
at NAS Jax,the following t
and member and from
initial actions being Instituted spouse
each NAS Department all ten-
1 as directed by Capt. Martin
ent commands are Invited to send
J. Stack CO NAS.
.LEADERSHIP AND MORALE representatives. purpose 2
this committee IS to propose improvements -
BOARD.headedbytheCom- which will enhance, I
manding Officer NAS Jack morale, prestige and welfare of
SERVICEMAN OF THE MONTH sonville. The members of this the Navy famllyaboard or ashore.
board will include all NAS -- MORALE COMMITTEE'
A Job Well Done' Department Heads and, on a vol- headed by whomever the Com- SY"r" J
basis Commander Fleet
untary manding Officer designates. "
Air Wing 11 and Commanding Membership will include one' '
Wins Monthly Award Officers of the Naval Air Tech- member from each major NAS
nical Training Center, and the Department and representatives
ATN2 Jerry C. Walker of the Air Operations Maintenance Dept. Naval Air Reserve Training Unitat from tenant commands The purpose -
(AOMD) has been selected as NAS Jax Serviceman of the Month Jax. of this committee is to
r for August. A $50 check and a special weekend liberty were pre- The board's purpose will be to improve patriotism, morale,
sentee) to Walker by Commanding Officer Capt. Martin J. Stack, supervise the program and to prestige, respect, image, and
during an AOMD Personnel Inspection held at Hangar 117 Friday act on recommendations relatedto performance aboard and ashore,
mornina. the program. as well as, to improve community -
This award was based on Walk -- ENLISTED HABITABILITY relations at the enlisted man's
I er's, "consistently, high performance 4 AdditionalStates COMMITTEE headed by a senior level. _
record and the outstanding : Chief. Petty Officer,designated -- 'CIVILIAN EMPLOYEES'
t; manner in which he carries ,out Refund. by the Commanding Officer COMMITTEE,:headed by the In-
responsibilities- his. WAS Jacksonville.. The board ',Officer ..The 'T
t: :present z. r' ;
"''i assignment. He his beeninstrumeraaJlia.ipo.rganlzing FeesAs Will consist of one member front"each membership will be determined 0.
the Electronics Auto. Tax division aboard NAShoweve by. the chairman, providing: for
J" A.. \enant, activities may "" '
;Shop to conform with the proVide .a, goodrarossaeaionahrepte-; t ,
;fm; 'procedures outlined In the 3M a result- .of the Buzard decision representatives: The primary sentatioh, of civilian employees.The '
Maintenance Manual.He has accomplished ( California v. Buzard purpose of this committeeis purpose of this committeewill 1'a life."I
!f: this complicated task 382 U. S. 386)), several states to determine what can be doneto be to improve patriotism,
.. With limited loss of man hours have provided for refunds of improve the living and recreation leadership morale and imageof
'j and increased efficiency contributing taxes improperly collected from conditions and areas.It the civilian employee. Y 4
to the administrative goal non domiciliary servicemenover will discuss, investigate, and Comments and recommendations -
"'"!, of accurate and timely data demanded the past several years. determine problems or items concerning improvementof pDo
which deter good morale and You
:.j of the new maintenance Alabama Massachusetts, Vir- this program are solicited
,. concept, the recommendation ginia, and New Hampshire have these make recommendations to solve from all Navy personnel. These
letter reads. problems. comments are expected to aid Oiv
joined the list of states that have To
U't.'. In a letter of congratulations relieved non-resident service- tremendously in the establish-
?i ; : to Walker 's wife and parents, men of the requirement to pay MITTEE headed by NAS Mili- ment of high morale throughout
Capt.. Stack stated, "This unique various fees incident to licensing tary Personnel Officer.' Committee the fleet ,and the success of '$1000.For
". and highly prized award asmade' their autos, will consist of presidents of ths program.
on the basis of Jerry's motivation Best Letter

.. .... patriotism,attention to duty These states informed the Ac.II."yAIlIlIIc..I.--" '
and other personal attributes Armed .Forces that revenue-pro- On
which reflect great credit upon ducing charges not "essential"
t himself and the United States to registration will no longer be Freni Fhi.'s Second C.... DI... Like 'to win $1,000
Naval. service. charged.For how. 'Write a letter on
: 4 The recommendation further: WASHINGTON, D. C. -- Students '1967 to the U. S. Military Aca- subject: "Defending:
!' states, "Walker's performance further information con- interested in applying for demy, West Point, New York; Safeguards America."
t: as an 'aircrewman is equal to cerning the remission and refund appointments to military aca- the U. 'S. Naval Academy, Anna- Besides the top award
k his performance as a main- of the auto taxes consult demies for the Second Congressional polis, Maryland; the U. S. Air 000 there are 50 awards of
tenance technician. He Is an outstanding JAG Instruction '5840,5 of 26 District should submit Force Academy Colorado and 50 awards of $50.
:r petty officer who sets July 1966. their applications by Saturday Springs, Colorado, and the U. S. 10 winners will be
.to. an example by getting his Jab October 1, 1966, it 'was announced Merchant Marine Academy .Valley Forge for
4r done, yet never forgettl: -:the", recently by U. S. Rep. ,Kings Point, New York. Only active duty service
x .' welfare of his men:' ',- iii"' .wamtod Chares E,. Bennett of Jackson- "Lega residents of the Second bers are eligible to enter
He was born on June 12, 1942, ville, Florida. Congressional District of contest. ,Rank,military and
In Warrenton, N. C.; where hisj Bennett, a senior member of Florida, comprising Duval address must be printed or
:. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. CommissaryThe the poWerful'' House Armed Ser- County who will be at least 17 qn the letter, which may
j .. Walker, reside. Walker and his Commissary Stores NAS vices Committee, 'said that ,the years of age and not over age exceed 500 words. Entries
wife Karwn, reside at 390 Jacksonville and NAS Cecil Field competitive Civil Service Com- ,22 on July 1, 1967 are eligible be mailed to Freedoms .
!; Maddira Drive, Orange Park. have Immediate openings for bag mission examination for' those(interested to take this exam,'' Bennett said. dation Valley Forge,
In applying for an /appointment "If Is importantthat: all students later than 1 November
and out boys,
carry : to the academies Is. Interested shouldapply: no later Freedom's Foundation j
f=aster Than A Sailor Headed Students,'dependents, offduty scheduled for Saturday Novem- than '"October 1;by sending com"pleted -. independent, nonprofit
I for Liberty military members and retired ber 5, 1966 in Jacksonville.The applications to me at the tion not affiliated with any
personnel may qualify for these veteran lawmaker said House', Office Building, Washington -- tarian religious group or
t More Observant Than A positions if they are at least appointments would ,be made for D. C.: '20515" ical party, dedicated to
aster-At-Arms. 16 years old ( with parents' consent and building an
i, if under 21)) and have a rea- the spirit and philosophy fo
Able To Spot Wasted Utilities sonable number of hours to de- What's InsideNAS Constitution and the Bill of
.to inspiring love of
i A Mile Away. o. vote.Work and to supporting the
is on a volunteer basis,
WOWMAN with pay being through tips only' JAX HAS NO PHOTO LAB?!?. .Pages 8 & 9 is unity a dignified born of human the belief being.that

J assume the Commissary responsibility Stores in for no pay-way TIPS, FOR GOOD HEALTH . . Page 10 The Letter Awards

t Ic ment of bagboys. FOOTBALL PREDICTIONS. . . Page 15 which is part Freedoms of an annual Foundation

i C..I High standards of conduct and DO-IT-YOURSELF BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS. sembles outstanding
performance sions, projects, and
r. interested, contact are 'required.the Check If- . . . . . -. .. .Page 3 from individuals,

WATCH OUT FOR HIM! out Branch Supervisor at either ,. and schools throughout the
Store. ". tion that build an
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2 JAX.AIR HEWS/AFTERBURNER September 22, 1966

Divtrre Services'

Where The Action Is CROSSWORD PUZZLE I -
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There is plenty of action just around the corner for the serviceman 1Preposition4Conveniently .Mountains of .GEJBGH.DEBT6BBW .

who wants to participate. Edward's. Chapel near 6-Symbol South America for .BBS.BODS Iii: -f "
This particular action doesn't come over y often,but it's as excitingas and 9-Emerge neon 3 'I I W.u. M..L ";; S
victorious 7-La.r. III! M 'I.[a 3 M, b 9
any Kentucky Derby. Naval Hospital 12-Exlst River in 3 A "tJ S. 21 0 .L 2!
This ace, of course, pertains to the upcoming general elections 13-Pok.rstakes B.leium' .L 0 1 s. NI3 s. b 21 W d
'in November.And when your ballot is finally cast, you have participated SUNDAY MASSES 14-A state (abbr.) 9-With. affection IN I b. b 3 Q o. .
in of the in - 0630St. 15-Hold back 10 Sick 0'','''
one most exciting events our democracy. To see Hospital 17Almost19Command 11-Negative vote A J"t aN g 1321
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the results of your action as'an eligible voter do these simple things: Edward's 16-Dart I BBD I"HSQCH3in 9 Li: <

Learn who the, candidates are;' learn the issues at stake in your Chapel '-.v ,- 0900,& 1100 22-Young 21-Edge salmon 18Thretoed sloths l M :; C1 r Y Ii 2d/ .

locality and make your choice; get your Federal Post: Card Application .,: 24-Unit of 20-Thingi,In law
DAILY MASSES Japanesecurrency 22-Iron' 32.Male sheep 52-Snare
/ St. Edward's: 7: 26 Narrow 23.Chief artery 36-Female sheep 54-Cover with wax
/' ... ; Monday thru'' ,Friday 113C opening 25,Nothing27Bacteriolost's 4J.New 31.Trlcks Englander 56.Tim.con.55-Flyine mammal by
: 29 of !
Saturday -- -t- 0900 -Moving part ,43-Away! 57-Nahoor sheep
P' ', motor wire (p1.)
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Naval Hospital: .
,; / 31-Title of respect 28 Former Russian
47-Fish 60-Eunburn
Friday. ;-. -..'-,f-'= -:.. 1205CONFESSION' 33Affirmative34'Teutome rulers 49.Biblical eggs weed 63-General Staff
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WEDNESDAY'S Native metal Dutr. by United: feature Syndicate. Inc." 8 i iF"
form; mail it to your home state,and when you get your absentee ------Choir Rehearsal
ballot, fill it out accurately and mail without delay. THURSDAY Ui !I. Aulh.rf,,
Generally, that's all there is to it. But the reasons you voted in 2000 Christian Science Service
the first place go mUch deeper. '
For example, the history of the world has borne out the truth of, SECOND MONDAY of Each Month Career And Men
the warning that "eternal vigilance is the price of liberty. Case 0930 ,- Chapel Women's Guild,: Retiring I

after case can be cited in which people's individual nies have ', (Small Chapel) .
been lost because the majority of people neglected their responsibilities. -
U. S. NAVAL'HOSPITAL Hear Orientation Briefings
Sunday's - 1000 ,
In most countries which have experienceddictatorialformsof'government -

dictators came into power not by the will of the.majoritiesr The Florida State Employment stressed. Information,,
but, with the support of aggressive minorities' aided.. $the indifference "iCECll i : FIELDPROTESTANT. t- ,Service conducted the first of presented which will be of interest
of .
majority.So two special "Post retirement to ALL career military"
there you are. An alert majority$ what counts* And you area I
Today- employment" presentations at 10 personnel.
part of that majority. Eligible voters have the duty and responsibility 1
Choir, Practice( at 7 _p. m. a.m. yesterday in King Hall, at Frequently there are steps the
to exercise their right Then and then will the 1
vote. only take while still
Sunday- NAATC. Both meetings, It is career man can "
majority have their say and our great form of government continueto Sunday School Jit 9:30p. m. stressed, are of interest to ALL on active duty to improye his '

thrive. (AFNB) Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. career military personnel. qualifications for a second car-'

Communion the first Sundayof Wednesday's program began eer in civilian life.It .
One Way To HelpOne the month. with an introduction by Dan Parker has been suggested that all

Veteran's Employment Re- personnel with 16 years srviceor
of the ways U. S. servicemen and women stationed outsidethe CATHOLIC presentative with the Jacksonville more should attend the remaining -

area of conflict in the Republic of Vietnam can aid those: in the Daily- office of. the Florida State presentation.
front of battle is by giving blood through the American Red Cross. 11:20 a. m. Mass Employment Service. Current Wednesday's presentation was
Whole blood, and derivatives of whole blood, have saved the lives Sunday labor market information, with the first of two such efforts of
of hundreds of Free World wounded and sick. As long as the conflict 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confessions emphasis on the JAX area was the local chapter of the Navy
continues, so will the need for blood.At heard before each Mass. discussed by Bob.Hancock, Lab- League, to assist retiring Naval
one time the' availability of blood, particularly whole blood, or Market Analyst FSES. personnel to find the positions( )
was restricted because of a storage limit on it. Now, for the The principatl speaker at Wed in civilian employ for which they
first time In military history, scientific advances have made it Traffic ViolationsThe nesday presentation was Dan are best qualified.By .
possible to freeze and then reconstitute whole blood putting large Woodward, Personnel Managerand thus taking advantage of the

supplies only miles and minutes from the battlefield. following is a report of Industrial Relations Manager experiences and training obtained

Other derivatives, that can madeonlyfrom whole human blood, motor vehicle accidents and traffic Jacksonville Shipyard, who during a Navy career, the Navy
are protecting those in the RVN against infection and aiding; others violations for the period Sept. discussed "Obtaining and Retaining League hopes to assist, both the J
already infected. 13 19. Employment in Private In Navyman seeking employment after -
Your blood can help in the RVN. The American Red Cross is Number of Accidents dustry. retirement and the employer s

the authorized blood collection agency for the armed forces. This Week - - -8 Other aspects of the local em- looking for skilled technical and
The next time the Red Cross Bloodmobile is In the area Total Accident this year through ployment scene will be coveredat supervisory personnel. I

take time out and donate your share. Donations cost nothing, but Sept. 19 - - 262 10 a.m. next Wednesday, Coordinating the program for
count for a lot. (AFPS) Number of Accidents through Sept. 28 when a second presen- both presentations is the,NA V-
tation will be held featuring lead- AIRLANT Career Information I
Sept. 19, 1965 -181
Total number of days since last ers on the qualities they are seek- Center,.at HAS Jax. ,

Chaplains/ MessageThe Injury in, a motor vehicle accident ing in prospective employees. Further ,information concern- .
- '- - --10 Retirement in the near or Immediate Ing the presentations may be obtained I
Number of ViolationsThis future should NOT be a by calling the Center at

Navy has the Intelligent practice of an annual administrative Week - 85 criteria for attendance, it was Ext. 8185. 'f

better effectiveness Speeding -------7
inspection The purpose such a procedure'is
in fulfillment of ,the mission of the relevent naval activity. Reckless Driving - -4 '

At the critique following the inspection, the criticism is constructive Going through Stop Sign I'8
and 'realistic to achieve the ultimate goal of effectiveness.All Other Violations66 =

of us should adopt such a practice in our lives not annuallybut Thirty: Nine drivers appeared ,
: dally. At the conclusion of the day's activities, we should examine before the Traffic Hearing
ourselves as to how we spent the day. We should ask our- Board at the meeting held on The' JAX AIR NEWS is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper

selves In an honest fashion whatwedid?' Why we did such and Sept. 20. Disposition of the cases distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air

such? Are we pleased with the results of our actions or are we included the following : Six Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing

disgusted? Such an examination seems to be taken for granted fora lost driving and parking privileges Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use in
successful life. But actually, how many of us do it? aboard station for various the
This point Is brought forth today because of practice that Is becoming periods; Two were assigned to must forwarded to the Public
very popular in modern soceity God is meaningless and complete an eight hour coursein Affairs Office, Box 2. NAS Jacksonville, by xnoon

Irrelevant in man's existence. Such thinking is based on the seemingly remedial driving at NATTC; on Monday before publication. News items are welcomed

moral chaos of modern life the massacre of the Jews during World None were assigned to completea from all sources- Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
War II and the smugness of Christians despite the problems of modern six hour course in remedial Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and

society. None of us should be decieved by such erroneous thinking, queries concerning such should be directed to:
of the fact that obtains the of living driving at Jax Police Aca-
because simple society type demy; Six received suspensions; The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd.
that society causes
If every human, then examines honestly his own conscience as to Sixteen were given warnings; Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 4457

his aims and! his works, either obey or disobey the Laws of God. Seven dismissed; Nine fined(U.S.

And! no man needs to be told or reminded that obedlenco to God'sLaws Commisioner); and five referredto VOL. 24 NO. 26 September 22, 7966Page
brings peace and justice to all and disobedience to such commanding officers for pos-
Laws brings chaos and unhappiness. sible disciplinary action.


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September 22/ 1966 JAX AIR HEWS/ FTERBURNER Page 3

.., YourDonatlonsHelp: I Leon Peres Is VP-45's .
vn k ,
Vietnam Blood Transfusion I
t 'Sailor Of The MlII

1 Now ,
'Simple' As First AidA
4, Leon Peres, Aviation Elect-
ronic Technician Radio and Radio

I program called Blood Support in which tO'use this blood," adds Navigation Equipment, was a-
warded Patrol
i for the Pacific Command Dr. Block. Squadron Forty -
i is now operation supplying field The Navy's Bureau of Medicineand Five's "Sailor of the Month"for
a commands in Vietnam with whole Surgery has requested the the month of August.
units of low titer blood which can Blood Donor Center of the NAS Peres was chosen for his attention -
i be administered by anyone with Jax hospital to provide 35 units ,i to duty, devotion to his
I about fifteen minutes training. ( pints) of "0" Negative blood ''W, work and assignments, support-
; Armed Forces hospitals through weekly for this Blood Support .. < Ing his division and the squadron -
I 'out the U. S. Including USNH Jax Project. a In accomplishing its task and
are supplying a designated num- Military and civilian personnel mission. He received a $25
ber of blood units per week for desiring to donate their blood : Savings Bons from Cdr. J., H., .
! this program. should contact the Jax Naval \ Chapman Commanding Officerof r '
,\ Hospital. Telephone 387 --7.711. VP -. 45, at ceremonies con-
'I Type "0" blood with a low Ext. 269 or their, local donor' :r 'I. ducted last week.
l titer ((1-256 or less), sometimes representative. ( Peres enlisted in the Navy on
I called "low titer -- Uni- A NAVY UHIT CITATION was May n 19.. _1964. Peru
versal Donor", Is the least presented/ ,EN? James R. $ SAVE $
reactive of all bloodandthere- Mann during Friday's AOMD

fore, can be administered to any Buy Personnel Inspection by Capt. FRED DAVIS
one without fear of large scale Martin J. Stacie CO HAS.
physical reactions.
Mann received/ the citation for BUICKPONTIACGMCTRUCKS
service aboard the submarineUSS
1 Lcdr. Robert C. Block chief Bonds '
of pathology at the Naval Hospital Pollack during classified i I'

,. Paris Island, S: C. says, mission. GREEN COVE SPRINGS M f

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ability is perfect for use in combat '. .
since it reduces the riskto '. ; : : ', ., J"
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Page 4 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER September 22, 1966

Roadrunners On The Run Two "Hellrazors"Retire

I The "Roadrunners" of Attack VA 36 actively participated in medals and silver star in lieu
of sixth air medal.
Squadron Thirty -Six,commanded combat operations in South East 20
Lt. M. P. Palmer, silver star on yrs.
by Cdr. T. F. Rush, recently Asia and flew over 3,000 combat in lieu of sixth air medal and
returned from duty in the South tours, dropping over 1,700 tons of gold stars in lieu of seventh
China Sea, will be departing NAS ordnance on actual targets. through tenth air medals.Lt. .
Cecil again in the very near During a recent awards cere- T. F. Langworthy, Navy
future. Unlike the feathered mony, the officers of VA 36 commendation medal and silver
counterpart of their nickname, received the following awards star in lieu of eleventh air medal. -
the new greentailed Roadrunnerseems from RAdm. H. H. Caldwell, .
to spend}: most of its time Commander, Fleet Air Jackson- *
away from its native home,Cecil ville: Lt. R. W. Kisiel silver star a
Field. This Is readily apparent Cdr. T. F. Rush air medal in lieu of eleventh air medal and
when you consider that 17 out of with gold stars in lieu of second gold stars in lieu of twelfth
the past 19 months have been through fifth air medals and silver through fourteenth air medals.Lt. tlM
spent at sea.During star In lieu of sixth Air M. F. Falcon, Navy com-
these 17 months, the Medal. mendation medal and silver star
"Roadrunners" accomplishedmany Cdr. A. R. Cunningham, air in lieu of twelfth and thirteenthair
noteworthy achievements. medal and gold stars in lieu of medate. t
Fiscal year 1966 was accident second and third air medals. Lt. D. H. Dollar, silver star in
free, as was FY 1965. The cre- Lcdr. W. S. Gray, air medal lieu of sixth air medal and gold
dit for this feat that allowed VA- and gold stars in lieu of second stars in lieu of seventh through 3
36 to accumulate over 13,500 through fifth and seventh air med tenth air medals.Lt. -
accident free hours,m u s t go to als and silver star in lieu of (jg) J. A. Cook, silver star -r I II
all hands. A tribute to this mag- sixth air medal. in lieu of sixth air medal and
nificient team effort was received Lcdr. W. C. Nix, a silver star gold stars in lieu of seventh EJADJ
in the way of news that the in lieu of eleventh air medal through tenth air medals.Lt. .
squadron had won the Chief of and gold stars in lieu of twelfth (jg) S. B. Jordan, silver 1 John H. ,Rosenbeck, Jr. with wile, Mildred/ and two
Naval Operations Safety Award through fifteenth air medals. star in lieu of eleventh air sons, Richard and Douglass, following retirement ceremony.
medal and gold stars in lieu of
for 1966. Lcdr. R. H. Hastingsairmed-
Retirement ceremonies for in May 1946. Since December
The seven months of the al with gold stars in lieu of twelfth through fifteenth air med-
past ADJ1 John H. Rosenbeck, Jr., 1964, he has been assigned to
aforementioned 19 found the second through fifth air medals als.
"Roadrunners" aboard the USS and silver star in lieu of sixth Lt. (jg) J K. R. Brust, silver and SD1 Jose Gonzaga were held VA 174 as of Petty Officer -
Attack in Charge the maintenance
last week at SquadronOne
Enterprise and applying monthsof air medal. star in lieu of eleventh air med-
Sven Four. Both men ended crew of the BOQ.
training and grooming to their Lt. H. H. Albritton, air medal
al.Lt. their Navy career after 20 During his career,Gonzaga has
( ) R. S. Turner, silver
designed purpose. From Decem- with gold stars in lieu of second jg
service. been awarded the World War n
of distinguished
ber 2, 1965, to June>5, 1966, through fifth and seventh air and star gold in lieu stars of In sixth lieu of air seventh medal years Commander R. P. Vaillan- Victory Medal, the China Service

through tenth air medals.Lt. court, acting squadron commanding Medal, the United Nations Service
officer, cited Rosenbeck and Medal, the Korean Service Medal -
I (jg) C. S. Amacker, Navy
4621 t Phone commendation medal and silver Gonzaga for the high degree of the Occupation Service Medal -
I San Juan BOATS 384-2386 \ star in lieu of sixth air medal proficiency in performance of and five Good Conducy A-
AvenueSouthern 1ST Sf AfOOO tHKKtN ANrWHlWCONVINIINT FOR FAST I IDiftinclivfly and gold stars in lieu of seventh their respective duties and for wards,
Fried BW IN MIKiNd.tMCi TAKE-O0 through tenth air medals.Lt. outstanding contributions to Gonzaga is the son of Mrs. Sal'
Delicious, Marinated y .. (jg) A. M. Gates, silver squadron morale. Commander ome Gonzaga of Cavitc, Philip
CHICKEN I Through Our, Secret Process \ star in lieu of sixth air medal Vaillancourt awarded squadron pines. He is married to the
415' F and in lieu of plaques to both men. former Miss Adalia Yuviemco of
Row Boat, 16 Pcs $3.50 gold stars seven-
th through tenth air medals. Rosenbeck began his Naval his home town. They have two
Yacht, 20 Pc,. 6-7 $4.40
._M-... in June 1947, and has daughters Jamie and Desiree.
t: .J'. e." Ens. K. W. Leuffen, the air career
..-. Cruiser, 24 PCS. 7-10 $5,25
-' -: : the four with
t r.l ; ?,... ::2 Open Daily fr Sun., 10 A.M.-10 P.M. medal and gold stars in lieu of spent years
l He the
second through fourth air med- VA 174. was squad-
ron's Petty Officer in Charge -
als.To of the First Lieuteanant and
date the "Roadrunners"have "X" Divisions. During his term
l Na CHARGE uTRA 11 !; been awarded 171 air med- of service, Rosenbeck was awarded -
O DmIIImmIIOPE! als and threeNavy commendation ,the Naval Occupational

I .9 medals.several Other distinguished awards includipg flying Medal six Good(European Conduct}: Awards.He Clasp). and

crosses are still pending.The is the son of Mr. and Mrs.

WHERE SERVICE AND "Roadrunners" do not John H. Rosenbeck, Sr., of Tor-
specialize in fire power demon- rington, Conn., and is a graduateof
QUALITY GO STEADY! strations as such, but rather Torrington High School. Ros-
undertake each of their commit- enbeck is married to the former i'F
ments with determination, vigor Miss Mildred Vick of Capron, F. _

........ FREE! ........ and manner.above BEEP all in!II!a BEEP professional I! Va. They Douglas.have two sons, Richardand 50J VA-174 Jose award Gonzaga plaque receives from

BRING IN THIS COUPON FOR ONE Gonzaga enlisted in the Navy Cdr. R. P. Va///ancourf.///



O DRYCLEANED 3O Paul Worrell made his- this month when he made his
tory this month as he racked up 200th arrested landing aboard the
O ABSOLUTELY FREE! COUPON EXU the total arrested landings made USS Franklin D. Roosevelt. Nel-

S PIRES AFTER OCTOBER 1st P aboard the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt son accomplished this in a Douglas -
over the 155,000 mark. A4C "Skyhawk", a light jet
S S Ens. Worrell was flying an A4C attack aircraft, which is flown

..... .. COUPON....... &ASiL.j "Skyhawk" light attack aircraft, by his squadron the VA 172 :
which is flown by his squadron, "Blue Bolt's". The Blue Bolts
2455 Lane Avenue So. 387-4268 .: the VA 172 "Blue Bolts.*' are home based at NAS Cecil
John Hubbard Joining the Navy in February Field.
1964, Ens. Worrell has logged Since' joining the Navy in 1962
1901 Blending Blvd.: 387-6888 would like to Invite over 455 flight hours and has accumulated Jack has logged over 950 flight
all of his many a total of 32 carrier hours and has accumulated a total
1902 Kings Road 356-8815 friends to.come Jby landings three of which were of 226 carrier landings in his
or call him at made on the F. D. Roosevelt. Naval. Career.
'3635 St. Johns Avenue 388-9074 Worell graduated from Temple Ltjg 'Nelson made his 200th
Duval Motors University (in Philadelphia,Penn. landing aboard the Roosevelt as
4538 San Juan Ave. ******* he was returning from his twenty-'
1023 Kings Street' 356-8815 Phone 384-4536 Ltjg Jack A. Nelson became a third mission over North Viet-
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NATTC : o'r' NARTU News & ViewsSelected

Reserve and active duty members of NARTU JaY participated -
Behind The Scene in an antisubmarine warfare: exercise intheGulf of Mexico,
'; September 16 through 18.
, By Idell The exercise, designated Reserve Gulf Exercise (RESGULFEX),
FondingslandA had Naval Air Reservists from seven stations participating In the I

38 foot structure, holding 42 color transparencies depicting operation.Air Cap. Sidney N. Barney, C. O.
Naval Aviation as It pertains to the Naval Air Technical Training Nd Operations of the exercise of the New Orleans Naval: Air
Center, Is bung built :at the NATTC Carpentry Shop. were coordinated from the Naval Station, directed the air operations -
The exhibit, consisting of several panels each holding six color Air Station New Orleans, La. while Capt. Philip C. Koel-
transparencies, Is a combined effort of thecarpentryshop, the metal 9 NARTU furnished four SP2E"Neptune" : sch Commander Naval Reserve
shop, and the;. paint shop. 1 :antisubmarine patrol Destroyer Division, Eighth! Naval
:aircraft and five S2A "Tracker"antisubmarine
An additional panel will Tr"
pro- Dog Festival last Sunday. District coordinated the action of
vide a screen for a carrousel search: planes
The festival had a large entryin t the five destroyers.
manned by Weekend Warriors.The .
projector which will show 80
the obedience and conformation Sixty men from Patrol Squadron -
slides of NATTC students and (breed judging) classes. antisubmarinewarfareexercise 741 and Antisubmarine
Instructors from the various Breed judging was done by the was conducted to sharpenthe Squadron 743 of the Jacksonville
schools. A platform below the well known professional dog 4f'r reserves' ability to carryout Naval Air Reserve Training Unit
panel will hold static missile handlers, Mr. Denard and Mrs.M. their assigned military jobs incase represented Florida's Naval Air'i i
of mobilization.
displays of missiles taught or Leathers. Reserve in the RESGULFEX.
I Simulated searches were held
used NATTC.
Included In the various eventsat I The participating :aircraft originated -
Telephones will be used to tell > by aircraft and destroyers on the
the festival was: a junior handling from the following Naval
the story ofNA TTC. When some- class which enabled young dog submarine: USS Threadfin (SS- Air Stations: New Orleans, La.,
one picks up one of several owners to show their handling 410)) with follow-up mock:attacks Glenview, Ill., Atlanta, Ga.; Dal-
telephones at the display, It will abilities. 1 to destroy the sub. las, Tex., Olathe, Kan.: plus two
tell a recorded story of the mis- The Dog Festival, held at Wil- All :aircraft crews participating NARTUs at Memphis, Term., and
sion and function of NATTC. low Brach Park, was sponsoredby in the exercise weje briefedat Jacksonville, Fla.
The display was designed byG/ the K 9 Dog Training Club 4tsi the New Orleans Naval Air The TAR's (active duty station:
Sgt. E. J. Batten, who is also of Jacksonville. All Proceedswere ,4 f, j fV:5 Station before reporting to the keepers) recuriting departmenthas
building and supervising the donated to Distemper Re- operation: area. announced openings for
building of the structure. It search. COOL WATERS-Lovely/ Mar- ADR3, ATN3. AX3, TD1, I
will be displayed at the Greater Chief McMullen reported that are/fia Aronson, a native of The entire exercise was con- TD2, TD3, SD2, PN2, EOH3,
Jacksonville Fair and other the fetival was highly successfuland Sweden would rather soak ducted under the control of Rear EON3, ADJ3, ATN2, AZ1, AX2,
events to represent NA TTC. plans are already being made the than dip In cool up/ Adm. P. N. Charbonnet, Jr., AE3, AMS3 AE3, AMH3, AME3,
AEC R. L. McMullen, Instructor for next year's event. warm sun Commandant, Eighth Naval District PR3, PH3, HM1, HM3, SKI,AOO. ,
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gunnery sergeant ends with Master Ry
Sergeant Kinnie F. Bright, S.
lineal precedence number 997.
Gunnery sergeants with a date
tLJ of rank of November 30, 1965, 4i:3
or earlier, are eligible for con-
sideration to first sergeant/
master sergeant. The gunnery
sergeant selection board will Y W, 8 P R"M
convene October 28, 1966. Staff r
sergeants with a date of rank
of March 30, 1966, or earlier,
.1 .' will be eligible for consideration.
mkaMNW MW HMM BMMo- '"
The staff sergeant board is
NEW SERGEANT Sgt. Jerry E. Hewett, wounded In Viet Worn slated to convene January 13, PROMOTED -, Seven Aviation Dtf. r.oroorofs/ were promoted to
and presently a patient at the/ Naval/ Hospital here, Is promoted 1967. Sergeants with a date of sergeant recently by their CO, LtCol. John W.. Sullivan. The
to his present rank recently by 2dLt. Dan C. Johnson, Asst. rank of December 31, 1965 or new three-stripers are, from left Carroll L. Fletcher, CharlieR.
Marine Barracks Guard Officer. earlier are eligible for 'consid Thaxton, Kenneth L. Wllltts, Donald/ A. Farrell, John W.

eration. Roark, James E. Walker and Harry _L. Carpenter.tion .
GMST prerequisties will be
waived for staff sergeants and Golden Eagle entrance per- Safety Plaque
sergeants eligible for consideration mits are valid has been published Marine Reserve squadronsVMF
JAX MARINES by the FY67 2 selection and available.' Individuals desiring 511 and HMM 769
boards. .a copy of the "Directoryof were winners this year of the
M/Sgt.. Joel FergusonEXT. Federal Recreation Areas Requiring '* Chief of Naval Operations safety
400 Golden Eagle
Entrance and UserCharges"
plaque according to MarLp.. ."ir
Attention recreation minded may obtain it free from Reserve Training Command,
Promotions Board Marines! Seven dollars can the Federal agencies which sell Glenview, m.
provide you are year of enjoy- the $7 permits, numerous con- Awards are given annually to
I; The Aviation Detachment Career Fscal Year 1967-2 staff able recreation at almost any servation organizations, or by the two Marine reserve squad-
l Advisory NCO has'orderedand noncommissioned officer selection Federal Recreation Area,throu- writing to "Operation Golden rons that fly an accident free
il received 55 reports on car- boards, originally scheduledto gh "Operation Golden Eagle," Eagle, Post Office Box 7763, year and show the highest degreeof
eer subjects prepared by the begin in early Spring of 1967, announced in Mrine Corps Bul- Washington, D. C. 20044. leadership. There are award
NAVY TIMES. These reports, will convene In September,October letin 1700. From CM C divisions for jet-powered units
,: which provide detailed information and January according to The $7 Golden Passport is valid and for reciprocating engine
on a variety of subjects Marine Corps Bulletin 1430. for entry to most recreationareas The following message was received units. This year 28 reserve
such VA benefits, disability The major through recently from Gen. Wal-
S as pay 'sergeant on a year round basis.It Marine squadrons were accident
retirement, retirement master sergeant board will convene -- will admit a carload of people lace M. Greene, Jr., Commandant free and eligible for the awards.
benefits and government jobs, September 16, 1966. The numerous times to thousands of of the Marine Corps: VMF 511, Marine Air Re-
are available for review any eligibility zone for sergeant major Federal recreation areas. The "Marines who will mark their serve Training Detachment(MA-
time during working hours and on terminates with First Sergeant current 1966 passport is valid ballots this year amid unfamiliar RTD) Willow Grove Pa., under
an overnight checkout basis. Gene D. Mills, lineal precedence through March 31, 1967. landscapes marked by jungle the command of MaJ. M. S. Abbott -
Name your subject. The reportis number 877. A complete list of Federal trails, tropical rainforests,pad Syracuse, N. Y., won the
and the
I available. The eligibility zone for master recreation areas where Opera- dies sanpans are not division for jet engine powered
first, but only the most recent,
of a long line of Americans who units. The squadron recently '
returned from its two week active
have been called upon to pledge
: 1. '- ,, ..:.. .. c. ;..'f. their very lives, if necessary, duty training tour' at MCAS
l'" .'' : 't' .. .f ':' to ensure the rights of free men. Cherry Point, N, C.
'. ., 3.' r J -1 ..I" ..t:'' !t,.-....... Among those rights, the rightto 769MARTDAlameda: ,
: .', -....' ," : "" .. vote is paramount. From its Calif" won the plaque In the.reciprocating -
0 judicious exercise, all other' engine division. The
-. r- rights are established or en- squadron Is commanded by, Ma.M. .
sured. ., H. Withers. Loomis, Call
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"Marines in Vietnam, in com A Marine or sailor planning to
mon with their South Vietnamese reenlist in the near future may
allies, will cast ballots this year receive his variable reenlistment
4'2 amid the uncertain conditions of bonus (VRB) in a lump-sum
!f the war'torn countryside. payment if he meets the require-
Through their absentee' ballots, ments of MOO 7220.24.
I I /pI1u :. Americans will cast the votes Since the new VRB went into
I which they are fighting to ensure. effect in January, 90 percent of
"It would be 'a cruel irony anda the personnel who have asked for
sad commentary if Marines, them were given lump-sum bonus
IH or other'' servicemen serving In payments. Only five to ten percent
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I I ; I Civil Service News VA Advises Veterans To, Use Caution \ ,

t tI I When Selling Valuable Home EquityW.

R. Phillips, Manager of ments on the Indebtedness, but putable real estate brokers and
hw, the North Carolina Veterans Administration allows the property to go to fore- government officials alike are
Regional Office, is, closure and that is when the very much concerned about the
sued a warning to owners 'of former owner who financed the' practice. A few simple precautions
I homes purchased with aid of home originally under the GI will help to avoid becoming -
VA guaranteed loans against Bill really finds out what he has involved in a deal with,
sale of their homes to equity let himself in for by selling his an equity racketeer. -
I racketeers recently. equity to an equiteer.It If you are a homeowner under
Equity racketeering, also Is at this point also that the GI Bill and are thinking of
: known as "equity skinning", many veterans find out much to selling your home, do not listen,
"milking", and various other their sorrow what they,have left and do not allow your wife to
names, has long been a problemin themselves in for by selling their listen, to the smoothie who
many areas and has caused properties to equity racketeers.Also wants to buy your equity for a
r r much financial hardship to vet- where an indebtedness mess of pottage and ,make you
r erans who purchased homes with,, exists, the U. S. Governmentin think you can thereby wash your
GI loans. many cases files a deficiency hands of any further responsibili
An equity, it should be under- Judgement against those who acquired ty. It just isn't so. Be sure to
stood, in its simplest form is title to the 'property and get proper advice.
the difference between the cur- assumed liability.
rent value of a home on today's Phillips stated that honest, re-
market and the amount of Indeb- I .
tedness on the home. In other I Tile'Or.age'
words, it is what the veteran ATTENTIONr
really,owns.EquiteerIng. w
or racketerring in ,
the equities held by GI's or as
CD// LOUIS CIARROCCA EXAMINES a portion of the MK 12 someone has expressed it, trad- r Church
Model 0 cannon which was the major object of a recently o- ing on the misfortunes of GI's, r clarp,(
ted beneficial I suggestion estimated to save $30,500 annualr. is something else again. 242 Mclitesh Ave.
'The three the O&R, award Here is the way it works. The
$800 left
men ,sharing are, ( to
right) Wayne R. Lake, Robert L. Winne and Ruben C. Cope- equiteer finds a homeowner who Orange Park, Flerhla
bought his home under the GI
land. The suggestion Involved a new way of reworking thecannon's Bill. For one reason or anotherthe 1p9 MinisterRev.
receiver, piece procurable at present. homeowner wants to sell.
F. Mongornery Jr.
The equiteer buys the equity,
Select Employees AdvanceVia often paying less than $100 for it.
The seller moves out, thinkingthat SUNDAY SCHEDULE,
he' has no further responsibility -
Merit Promotion ProgramOverhaul for the property. 830am. Worship9:45a.m.

The equiteer then rents the Sunday School
& property' ''to someone else and o PLACE YOUR WANT AD
pockets the rent money., He :ALL OUR, NEW NUMBERSB 11:00 a.m. Worship
spends nothing for repairs or 6:00p.m, Youth Fellowship
Abert E. TO: Production Dispatcher ? 4457
I Schlemlein Albert R. TO: Production Dispatcher .' ; maintenance, he makes no pay-

I Clark, Marguerite A. TO: Clerk Stenographer, GS 4 .
i Randall: John O. III, TO: Industrial Engineer, GS 11
I Davis, John J. TO: Aircraft Electrician ---if
j Post, William J. TO: Toolroom Attendant -
Cooper, Donald'E. TO: Aircraft Electrician ,'
I Bryson Robert TO: Aircraft Electrician S ""
Gray, Floyd ,E. ,TO:" Planner & Estimator (A/C Metalsmith) To 1 r
I Edwards, Edward C. Jr. :TO: ,Production Controlman (Machinist) lt.
I Bunker, Bruce L. TO: Industrial Engineer, GS -11,
I Minton, Dennis C. TO:' Supervisory Industrial Engineer., GS 11 rn.J- : ,
I I McDaniel, Vernon. D. TO: Senior Production Controller (Electronics, i
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;, Bradshaw, E. F. Jr. TO: Aircraft Examiner (Airframes Mechanic)
Wilson, Doris J, TO:, Clerk Typist GS -.4McKelvie
Milton J. TO: Aerospace Engineer, GS -11 } .
Bradstreet, James E. TO: Airframes Mechanic
Dzioba Chester F. TO: Aircraft Examiner (A/C Metalsmith) '
Olsen, Clarence J. TO: Inspector (A/C Airframes) \\1 t1 ,
Graham, Vernon TO: Inspecyor (A/C Assembly) I .
McMahan, Charles L. TO: ,Supervisory Industrial Engineer, GS-12. !
Bailey, Lila M. TO: Secretary (Stenography), GS 4 ;.
Spock Charles M. TO: Aeronautical Engineering Technician

(Drafting), .GS 9 :JII!I !-j11:
Public Works Department : .

Leath.,.Donald M. TO: Electrician S Once (maybe twice) in a lifetime.
Long, William F.Jr. TO: Regrlgeratlon& Conditioning Mechanic
Myers, Gerald A. TO: Refrigeration & Air Conditioning Mechanic The outstanding success of Honeywell's' business and scientific computer systems has cre
Bennett, Leslie M. TO: Facilities Inventory Clerk, GS 6 ':f ated a unique opportunity for personnel with a minimum of one year's formal education
Davidson, Barbara F. TO: Facilities Inventory Clerk GS 6 and/or equivalent training in electronics ((1500. 2000 hours) or a similar backgroundin
Hays, Hugh M. TO: ,Supervisory_ Planner & Estimator t>electromechanical devices, to join our computer service engineering staff.

; ,-. Industrial Relations Department This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to move into a new and rewarding career
-? in commercial electronics offering professional growth and chanceto
LiTlfart V. TO Clerk Stenographer, GS 4 a career a
Lagrande ..' '- .. 'j """ utilize your abilities to,the fullest.! You will receive five months training in our
-Security" ",Department ",01 Electronic Data Processing! Systems at our training center in Boston. Instructionswill

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Hagan, William T. Jr. TO: Firefighter (General )V:?":GS 3 _> Boolean Algebra.,

Terrell, Jimmy TO: Policeman, GS 4 ****. '"" '........ .. Other professional advantages include:
Miller, Lewis M. TO: Guard Supervisory; GS 4 Full salary while training. .

Tuition refund program.

Why is Whistler's Mother Permane'nt-.assignments, in major cities through' the'.United

I [ri1 I Pouting! ? Additional States. No traveling excellent required benefits.JACKSONVILLE .after assignment. .

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'Causa whole dern family went to Shake/1 for
pizza and left her home alone-that'*why I You'd AREA INTERVIEWSMr.
pout too If you missed out on Shake/i 21 varieties

of bouncy pizza music that of perfection Shakey ragtime"i harmonizing piano: and to banjo the Frank Georgia will be Interviewing In Jacksonville on Wednesday,

downing a cold refreshing beer or soft drinkS September 28, 1966. To arrange an Interview, please call Mr. Georgia
having! a barrel of laughs and the Time of Whist Your SUNDAY (Sept. 25) from Noon to 9 P. M. or MONDAY (Sept. 26)) from
make a
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296 297, 298, 299", counts PH3 Reggie Ponquemo as
Quarters for mutter, finishing, room"", l booms fnt P. A. system as the crew of FAPL falls In operates, the roll print processor assisted/ by Chuck Reese. ,. and PH2 Art Frailey in the 'lob 'control office./ -

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[I p- 3.I 3. only y -- major Naval Stations in the continental United States which has r no photo lab

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"Ahal"! you're' probably saying to yourself. '"Caught them In a really big ''Boo 1 "
:: "This one's too liqht, PH3 Bob Santos (foreground) to PrJ-
Boo' this time -- there is too a l Photo Lab here
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time, it'll' be best to get right down to the point of this story.- J .of the enlarging section.
The Photo Lab at NAS'Jax with which most people are familiar does not belong to the -
I L .; r ____ Station. It is rather: a unit of one of the station's' squadrons, Heavy Photographic Squadron -. I
cffw Since the Station has no Lab of its own, Photographer's' Mates'are not ordered to -
i NAS Jax by the Bureau. Thereforeinorder, to carry on the job of giving all Jax squadronsand
shore -duty units the complete photographic support they require, the Fleet Air USED & NEW CONDITIONERS
Photo Lab here is manned by Photographers from all Jax and Cecil Field squadrons, who NEW ADDING MACHINES '
are assigned on a TAD basis to the Lab, and from there dispersed to their various jobs.
"Quite a story," you say? Perhaps it would seem even more remarkable in light of __ NEW "DESKSNEW
I.1 I--_ & ... the fact that 7,000, separate photographic joh! were produced last year at the Naval: Air irpr &.USED TV SETS '
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: / Tension, tudyShowsPoor Attractive Tfttb You Should Know First


Eyesight CausesFor Teenager reaching for that Aid For Broken BonesEveryone

candy bar? Well don't. Pass it
many years it was believed that nervous tension had a direct up and have an apple instead. should know a few simple first aid measures to follow
effect upon vision. It was not until 1955. however, that a group of Sounds like a dull alternative, for people who have just sustained a fractured bone; even whenan
vision scientists concluded that nervous tension and vision problemsare but if you value your smile -- accident has occured and a fracture may be only suspected, it
related.To a great asset for those who want should be given first aid as though it were an obvious fracture.
establish the relationship of nervous tension and vision to be popular and successful .. The inherently hazardous work Involved in military duty, the O& R
a group of school children were given four reading tasks: one a you'll learn that layer' cake and shops, together with today's high speed automobiles and motor-
year below their grade'level, one a year ahead, and one two years other sweets 'can be your smile's cycles make fracturers an ever present type of injury. Home
ahead. worst enemies. and playgournds also remain aspotentiallydangerous areas. Hence,
The reading_material was placed on'a stand in front: of each,child, Did you know that a slice of your future chances of being the, first person to attend someone '
and a special camera made sequence pictures of the child every two ,- layer chocolate cake has with a fracture are cood. ,
second. When the pictures: were developed they provided a record 15 teaspoons of tooth decaying There are frequently associated fectively, As a general rule,
of the nervous movements made at each task level. sugar,in it? the joints Immediately above and
injuries involved such as difficulty -
Dr. N. Q Kephart psychology That a candy bar has seven? in breathing, brain con- below the suspected fracture
professor in charge of the research temetrist looked Into their eyes That a six -, ounce bottle of cussion, bleeding and shock. should be made as immobile as
project at Purdue University through a retinoscope and,as they carbonated beverage has four? First aid for these conditions possible by the spllntage.
reported that definite readnoted that their lenses were Sugar increases activity of take the There' are a variety' of ready-
usually precedence over
signs of tension such as shuffling making the adjustment to the bacteria in the mouth which in first aid for the fracture itself. made splints on hand at all dispensaries -
the feet and running the reading distance which the lensesof turn produce tooth decayingacid. first,aid stations and
fingers, through the hair, Increased nearsighted eyes normally The bacteria in five minu- For example the patient's ability -, in everyambulance that can be
in ,direct proportion to make. In short although these tes can produce enough acid to to breathe must be established used when the.need arises..However -
the difficulty of the task., Furthermore children had normal vision, the dissolve some tooth enamel.Once by cleaning,foreign all too often these are not
some of the youngsters/1 stress of difficult reading made tooth enamel begins to go, your matter, blood or broken teeth readily available, and one must
moved closer and closer to the them change their eye focus as tooth may be on its way out I .. from his mouth and his head rely on common sense and ingenuity -
page as the reading grew harder. though they were nearsighted.This Adolescence is the age when should be tilted back and his to make a splint out of
The ones whp made this,"near proved that when sus- tooth decay does its greatest jaw held forward to ,facilitatehis materials at hand.
sighted ness" movement also ceptible children are confrontedwith damage probably because of Increased breathing;. ,bleeding shouldbe For leg fractures,the patient's
showed the most restlessness at hard reading tasks they may, consumption of sweets controlled with a pressure shoes can always be tied toge-
all task levels. These children in time, actually become near- and perhaps not sufficient attention bandage or tourniquet and shock ther with the shoe strings and his
were assumed to be the serious sighted. Their eye structure may to,brushing. It's the single must be combatted by leepingthe' belt wrapped around both his calf
students who put ,themselves change so that permanent visionis greatest cause of tooth loss for injured person calm; quiet and or thighs -- thus splinting the
completely into their work. imparted. Other possibilitiesare this age group. In fact, at age warm lowering his head. broken leg to the unbroken leg.
In further tests, the children that they may become "pro- 16, the average boy or girl has When these life-saving measures Of courseboardssticksbroom
were given headrests which madeit blem children" with general nervous seven decayed missing or filled have "been'instituted., then the handles* etc, can be used as
impossible fpr them to get traits,'or withdraw to themselves teeth. Quite. a handicap for a-. ,fractured extremity can be given splints and tied with belts ropes
closer to the page. An op- successful smile! first aid. strips of cloth handkerchiefs,
The situation Is not hopeless The single most important neckerchiefs, or torn up .strips, V
\ however Teenagers. can do muchto thing to do ,is to splint the extremity of clothing. These, ties, must
change it. Here are some good as gently and completelyas be snug. but not so 'tight as to
health rules to follow: possible. The patient or his cut off the circulation' in the
-- Brush your teeth after each extremity should not be moved extremity.
meal, and after each between- any more than absolutely neces- Ordinary bed pillows makeex-
meal snack. Toothbrushing help sary in order to splint it ef- cellent splints with the l g'o '
remove the food that lodges in arm resting on the pillow then
between your teeth for bacteriato tying the pillow around the ex-
fill them before they can get
tremity. Folded newspapers or
on. Removing decaying larger. He'll also find impacted .
magazines tied "around: an arm
food bad .
.helps prevent ,
teeth and diseased tooth
pulps or
too and or leg also serve well as temporary -
keeps your heal-
4 sI nerves -- other causes of ,sore .
thy. splints The patient'sown _
.. If brush ." mouths. X. rays will also chest and-.body, can serve,.
;. : rinse'out you your cannot: ri'loutlfwith' leapt help the. dentist ,ftrid'''ny other as a splint for the' arm. by securing '- :..
,- Visit hidden problems and correct, the arm to the chest wall"
your ; regularly. them before they become serious. .;
He'll clean your teethat If you live in a community which ... ."
least twice a year remove doesn't have fiouridated le'may '''r
tartar other } In cases of compound fractures -
or deposits that '
application of a flu-, '
the toothbrush suggest it is usually better .not to
cannot remove.'lith'
oride solution to the teeth to make manipulate the protruding bone.I I
the use of x rays he'llfind
them more decay -' resistent.Be .
the but merely to put cleahor sterile
small cavities and he'llJOHNB.
sure, also if'you injure a gauze or cloth over: thy ,wound,
tooth -- playing football, for. and Incorporate a pressure dressing -> .
instance or riding a bike -- on the leg with the splint.
that you see your dentist im After adequate first aid to,the
mediately. A tooth can be dam- 'injuries, then he can be
aged even if it does not appear moved,by some,transportation to
chipped or broken. Then too, a the Dearest dispensary or hospital. -
tooth that has been knocked out .,
.. : STOUDEMIREI can often be reinserted if treat- Many injuries are minimizedand
ment is sought immediately. lives actually saved by the
& ASSOCIATES! ,u And fInallyeat right..Foods "on the'.scene" commonsense
J ''good for your over all health-- application offirstaid and splint-
V .' milk meats, cheese fruits veg- ing even by untrained and non-
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.. ; etables and breads -- are ade- medical individuals.

-.: quate for your dental health too. There is really no excuse for '
'.,=" .. .1, ..; ,roudlAnnounces Cut down on candies and cakes a, patient with a major extremity
.1. y and other sweet foods. Eat the fracture arriving, at a hospital
raw fruits and vegetables that without a splint in place on the
Its help to clean your teeth. fractured extremity.
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The House Appropriations Committee has approved a billion ,
dollar spending program for the current year's military construct-
lat. Despite sharp criticism of the Defense Department's housing k1
policies, this figure is $95.6 million below President Johnson's :
original request. : )
The 1007 appropriation bill J
contains no money for new family
i ia housing, and it *has little money fore new personnel facilities,
yet the committee said some existing barracks are below the stand- :
ards set for inmates of federal. prisons. '
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This program resembles a
construction authorization bill construction projects at bases
that President Johnson signed in addition to those requestedby
Sept. 12 when the Appropriations the Administration.The Appropriations i'
Committee completed its action. Committee rejectedall
Johnson's bill raised the limiton but one $1.44 million for a
barracks spaces from the pre- sewage plant at Fort Jackson, S.
sent $1850 per man to $2300
RectorAt C.The
First per man, and the Committee voted Committee did approve ANNUAL SALE OF AVA7TC CALENDARS. the topic of
the necessary funds., $5.4 million for the Naval Reserves -
discussion NATTC
Officers Club luncheonin
at a recent Wives
Church Of The committee noted $9.4 for Air
that De- million the
Park. Miss lona Nelson second from left
fense has Orange ( )a Librarianat
Imposed Its own spending National Guard and $3.6 million
limit of$7,000 per BOQ space, for the Air Force Reserve.No the Training Center, looks over a sample calendar with
The EpIphany'The despite a congressional ceiling of luncheon hostesses, Mesdames S. A. Sundquist, L. F. Cooney,
$8500 and it urged Defense to new housing was asked A. W. Bradbury, H. A. Irwin' and Kenneth Connors, Jr,
predominantly Navy con- raise the limit to $8500. for following Defense's announ-
gragation of the Church of the cement last winter that it was deferring Ladies' News Notes
Epiphany at Harlow and 103rdSt.
According to Navy Times, the construction of 8500
have received the church's
1967 spending bill, which has dwellings for which Congresshad
first full rne rector. been called "austere" by the appropriated money last year. NWCA086 CPO Wives
The Reverend William Law- chairmen of the two Armed Ser- Defense has refused to say whenit
rence Sharkey a former Naval vices Committees,contains$65.9, will build the deferred hous- The members of Navy Wives CPO Wives held their elec-
officer, has been assigned to the million for'' the'. construction of i ing.The Club Jax # 86 held a coffeeat tions for the new officers on
post. 23,238 enlisted barracks, and Armed Services Committee their clubhouse last Wed- Monday Night with Mrs. 'Ginger -
$26.3 million for 3036 bachelor. said that existing mili- nesday morning to honor Mrs. >Horn, President, pre-
Rev. Sharkey comes to Jacksonville officers' quarters. tury buildings in the U. S: are John Lee, club Vice President siding.To .
from Tracy City, Ten- About half of this year's billion rapidly wearing out and many who is leaving for be installed at the Din-
nessee, where he has served dollar spending bill goes are "past the point of diminishing Lemoore with her husband. ner Dance to be held Satur-
since graudtion from the Schoolof for the maintenance of 371,864 returns." Members of the Board were day, Oct. 1', at 8..p.m. at
Theology of the University of housing units within the Defense the hostesses, and Mrs. Lee the Chiefs; Club are: ..I
the Times
According to Navy ,
the South at Sew a nee,Tennessee. Department.Of asserted was presented with af silver Mrs. Johnny Jones -President --
He ordained of the committee further bowl by Mrs. Leon Conley, ; *
was a priest the other half, the Army
that "the Defense decision tode-
Church. club President.On Mrs. Wm. Gill Vice -
Episcopal will get $156.4 million; the Navy,
fer $620 million of last year'sbuilding '
behalf of the member- President
$139.3 million the Air Force ;
In Tennessee ;
was priestin $224 program ordered byDe- ship, Mrs. Lee was given her Mrs.. Allen Jennings Sec
million, and Defense
charge of Christ Church,Tracy fense because of rising costsin
guard of office and the wing
retary; .
agencies, $7.9 million.To .
City, and St. Bernard's Church, the construction industry --
gurd for her services to the Mrs.. Richard Hackelton -
G rue til. this bill, Congress added could become costly. It said '
---- ..--- -- -. ..... .. ., ,. have very about five club.A, Treasurer; "
prices risen per, business meeting was held Mrs. Cecil Cancer Parliamentarian .
cent in the last six months, and last night'at,the Clubhouse a- ;
undoubtedly will continue to .
board NAS'Jax
rise." -, ," .;.'..". -
The Committee prepared a report -- "
criticizing the Defense : '
Bob Oak Hill
policy on housing. The report s

declared"The :recent study of the troop Pure, Service Center
housing situation by the Department -

Jg M of Defense has disclosedthat Open fof your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m.
current DOD housing stand-
ards, i e., space criteria, for
enlisted troops, are barelyabpvethe road.service pick l -ep delivery. .
level established by the
'government; for convicts in pre- Mechanic "ty..AMericINAForei Cirs

sent' federal prisons, and lower 103rd & James Rd. 1' .
sia'- than those 'for prisoners at the
771-9156 Jacksonville Fla.
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A REMINDER OF FLORIDA with Its Spanish history recentlytook }sac
a place of honor on VA-18's outdoor quarterdeck at Roose* ,. r, M }T'r Located

ve/f/ Roads, Puerto Rico. ,The Old Spanish cannon from the 4 t atf doro dille lcrrd J .. Conveniently'
Grand Carmen Islands was shipped via St. Augustine and HASJJ ; Near Both Bases
x, former home of VP-18. Inspecting it are AOC John Brown, w44. .: ;

head of the ordnance shop which reconstructed. cannon; S Only Minutes To Cecil & MASNeorSchoolsBoth
A02 Jerry Scholey who did most of the,actual work; and mem- 4u ,
hen of the VP-18 sponsored* "Yankee" Little League team. f hy


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Must be 21 $150 per mo. Club Schedules

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..: .Jf 1IIj '. HAS JAX ing. The Special will be steak '
............... ....... :... : :,.;,.DD..... Riverfront Kit. "0" CLUB Tonight will be and beer. Friday music will be
j j j j jl[[ :[:::j::::::::::::[::j :jj::::j::j::::::j ::: ::i::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :m::::::::::::::;: Equip. Adults Apt.No dogs- Beefeaters Buffet from 4 until provided by the "Moonlighters"along

264 9519.WANTED 7 p.m. Friday Johnny Arnold with a Special Lobster Din
will provide dancing music at ner for $2.35. Saturday's special
Ads should be mailed to the Holt House
Publishing Company, mid- will be a 16 oz. Porter
from 8
the club
1950Bldndlng Blvd. Jacksonville, Florida, 32210 to arrive : RELIABLE WOMEN p.m. Steak for $2.20 and a 10 oz.
not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs. with own transportation neededby night. Saturday will feature danc- Kansas City Steak for $1.35. En-
day Adi too late this deadline ing beginning at 8:30 until 12:30
arriving for will be published Baby Sitting Agency. 771- will be the Mark
tertainment by !
the following week unless the publisher is instructed other 3995. with music by Johnny Jelinek.
wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must Tuesday will be Foreign Dish Castle Band. Sunday's special
be received WITH the copy for the ad. night, and this week it will be Veal Cutlets $.85, children.50.
1964 VALIANT ONE OWNER German food. Wednesday is Monday the package store and

DO NOT SEND CASH 2 DR, A/T, radio & heater, Family night, and the Family galley will be closed. Wednesdayis

RATE: Minimum charge ((3 lines). . . . $2.00 $850. Call after 6 wknlghts, or chicken buffet will be held as game night commencing at 0
Per additional line ((4 words per line). . .V.o50! all day Sat. 387 1384. usual. 7:45 pm, also featuring a "Kan- I
sas City" Steak for $.65.

"CPO" CLUB Friday night
dancing to the Frank Binders
SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein WANT TO BE YOUR OWN BOSS? 3 BR, 2 Bath, Actic fan, corner Combo. Saturday, dancing will Night commencing at 7:45 pm,
Jacksonville and Mayport Then consider owning a fran lot, Trees & privacy $125. 771- be to the music of Buddy Clark. with a special T Bone Steak
areas. Military Background chise, the surest and safest way. 6510. feature Dinner for $1.50 Friday featur-
would be helpful. A very rewarding Sunday entertainment will the Mark Castle Band, and a
career possible for the We can recommend from FOR SALE 1963 MG MIDGETR Mark Castle. Monday, Tuesday, Hour." Satur-
many surprise "Happy
Right Man. Write to the Regional $1000 to more than$50,000.Come & H, Good tires, Roll bar, and Wednesday will be "HappyHour" day Is Juke Box Night. Sunday
Director, P.O. Box 13177, $850 Bob Coleman Ext. 8724or beginning at 4:30.
and see us. No obligation, andit brings back the swinging band of

Orlando. Fla. 32809 is our proud boast that no 670. "ACEY DUCEY CLUB" Friday Phil Cay and the "Chantels".

client of ours ever failed. HORSE GE LD- Monday is "Happy Hour" from
FOR SALE will be GoGo night with the
: 5 to 6 Tuesday there will be
ING, 7 yrs old. Must see to Vikings. 'Saturday, for'your en- pm.
Typists, Key punch operators, Write Hour". Wed-
or phone a surprise "Happy
appreciate. C. H. Gibson 389- joyment, music will be providedby
for "
temporary assignments as Associated Business Counselors Hour.
nesday, surprise "Happy
8711ext. Dick Wilson. Sunday March
you are available. TEMPORARY Suite 2Q, Kogerama 1914
Wilson and the Red Coats will
TALENT 1130 ACL BLDG.356- Boulevard Center Jacksonville
0753. FOR RENT IDEAL FOR 2-4 provide the entertainment.Tues-
Phone 398 1929 MOVIESMovies
Bachelors or couple 2 BR, day and Sunday will also be Game

REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION Apt. Newly decorated. 15 mins. night. Be watching for the Grand
SINGERDIAL from NAS Air Cond. Boat furn- Opening of the Din-
advice. 7 days a week. Acey Ducey at the NAS Jax Theatre

Homes for sale, $100 Down, -0- weekdays, Fishing & launching. ing Room. will be shown regularly at 6 and
No Qualifying. Rent- priveledges $85 mo. 264 9198.
MATJC 8:15: p.m., Monday through
als. Homesite Lots, Acreage, "BLUEJACKETS INN" To- Saturday. In addition to the
Investments.. WALTER T.BOWEN Console model sewing machine FOR SALE THOROUGHBREAD night music will feature Phil Cay two evening shows there will be .
Reg. Broker USN Retired. Makes Siamese kittens 7 wks and the Chantels. Friday March
A.-.I. shape Zig-Zags Sealpolnt a matinee at 2 p.m. on Satur- :
384-1376 botton holes, sews on buttons, old. Registered ancestry, house Wilson and' the Red Coats will day, Sundays and holidays. The
Makes fancy designs, etc. Sold pets. 1500. Phone 389-0229. provide'the music. SaturdayPhilCay Hospital Theatre will have one
and the Chantels. The Sun-
NEAR SCHOOLSMOVETODAY new for over $300.. Just pay weekly feature at 7 p.m.
Matinee will be Informal
balance $68. or assume $2. per day Cecil Field will have two shows
Gorgeous 3 bdrm, 1 1/2 bath
week Will take older HELP WANTED PART TIME dress Family Day,then beginning
bath, kitchen homes. payments. during the week at 5:30 and 8p.m.
equipped$91 machine in trade' Call credit Typist Westside $1.75 hr. at 7:45 until 11:30 the Lemon Matinees will be shown
Full mo, includes -
year warranty Twisters will be Tues-
Will 25 hr. week 387 present.
353-1946 anytime Average
mgr. weekends at 2 and 5
all. Nothing down to vets. on p.m.
deliver. No obligation.A 4451. da/Lonnie Vessel and the Loose
NJin. FHA down. Salesman on Ends will be here ,to provide Thursday, Sept 22
duty '7 days 'week. Drive out 1 SEWING MACHINE CO. your dancing and relaxation
NAS "Gunpoint"\ : With Audie
& see us at Timuquana Heights
music. Wednesday will be Game and
Murphy Joan Staley.
771 6200. .
EMPLOYEES WANTED: LEAD- ATTENTION Night."usa" Hospital "Arabesque"With ,
ING Furniture locatedin Peck and Sophia Loren. ,
Industry Gregory
FURN. STUDIO, APT. 1 ADULT -I Home made .ice -
$90 includes utilities, .& phone, Lexington, ,N. C. For details cream tonight. Friday informal C. Field "Ambush Bay":
, *
write or send card to J. C. With Hugh O Brian and Mickey
Ortega. :354 4903 post dance from 8 until 11 p.m. and '
WILLIAMS personal,HECKMAN r Bon Voyage party for the USS. Rooney. ::. :

FOR RENT .1419 MOHAWKSt. 'CABINETS, Pickard: Circle, Shangri La. Saturday is "Boy Friday, Sept. 2.r '

., Furn., 2 BR, duplex, ;water Lexington, N. C. AII'nquires Meets.Girls Night". Sundayfrom v"
furn., clean elect. kitchen, no answered. 10 to 10:45 the USO will be open NAS "Blindfold" : With
pets. $75 mo. Phone 389 for donuts and coffee and then Rock Hudson and Claudia Car-
6938. APTS. RENTALS: $50 DOWN closes until 12:30. Vespers and dlale.
HOMES, ORANGE PARK REALtY refreshments this week will be in Hospital "Gunpoint": With

[4 FOR CHARTER 50 FT. AUXI- 264-2411 the St. John's Presbyterian Audie Murphy and Joan Staley.C. .
LLARY SCHOONER Day Sailing Church. The movie for Sunday Field "The Boy Cried
& wkends. Trips to the Ba- FURN. HOUSE ORANGE"PARK night will be "Strange Fellows.." Murder": With Veronica Hurst
$15 a day per person- N. Y.. Ave., 2 BR, cent. Monday will be Coed Nite and and Phil Brown.
heat Avail. Oct .1,. $85. mo. Game Wednes- .
GAll expenses paid P08 2921. Tuesday Night. Saturday, Sept. 24 '
[ ( 6 p.m.SSTARBELLE. 354 4903. day willbe Disc Jockey Show from .
8 until 11 p.m. with "MC" Mr. NAS "The Loved One": With

\ BOARDING'KEN 1962 IMPALA, 4, DOOR,.HARD 10 PLACE YOUR WANT AD Al Albert Robert Morse and Jonathan Win-

NEL Bathing, grooming,, training TOP Air cond.,auto/tran,pow- ALL OUR NEW NUMBER NAS CECIL FIELD ters.Hospital "Blindfold" With
,' See 'us first. 725 9882. er steering, white walls. Full :
CLUB there
"CPO Tonight .
387 4451 Rock Hudson and Claudia Car-
$995 Bank will finance
price will be a General Assembly Meet- dinale. ,
975. Call "744 -, 0736 to see it .
FOR RENT CASSAT AVE Sunday only. .C. Field "Arabesque:" With

2BR, newly painted, fenced yard, i Gregory Peck and Sophia Loren.
screened porch, immed. occ.$75
1 d/ mo. :,771 0374. FOR SALE: BEDROOM SUITE: .... --" Sunday, Sept. 25
Lamps, Tables, odds and ends. _,*_I 'S NAS "Incident of Phantom

FOR' SALE: MAPLE DOUBLE Phone 249 2409. Hill": With Robert Fuller and

dresser, washer, china buffet & Open the door to an Jacelyn Lane.
many items. 384-3267 fte r 4 p.m. LAKESHORE': BR UNFURN- Hospital "'The Loved One":

ISHED House For RENT Gar- EufUB UNUSUAL SALESOPPORTUNlrr With Robert Morse' and Johnatan \

ORTEGA HILLS BY OWNER age, Wshrm, Kit. Equip., Opt Winters.
.3, br, many extras pymts ,$79 $90 Per Month 3895954.. C. Field "Gunpoint": With '
Audie Murphy and Joan Staley
mo. Just qualify for my GI

Loan & $1700. Equity is yours LOST IN BLDG. 118 J4AS Tax A major mutual fund organization Monday, Sept. 26
I for $200.00 ,. 384 3267 after Woman's wedding ring. Reward with offices from -
4 p.m. 387 4219. coast to coast and assetsin NAS "Johnny Tiger": With
excess of $2,000,000,000: Robert Taylor and Geraldline' .
;. '
offers outstanding oppor- Brooks. \ "
tunitv to capitalize on your Hospital "Incident.on Phantom -
MILITARY AUTO INSURANCE excellent character and Hill": With Robert Fuller

background. This position and Jacelyn Lane.C. .
M All Ranks -All enables you to enter a rewarding -
Ages lifetime career Field "Blindfold": With
Rock Hudson and Claudia Car-
based on commission earnings
There is NO TRAVEL dinale.
REQUIRED. We pro Tuesday, Sept. 27
EASY MONTHLY : vide thorough training and NAS "King KongVSGodzilfa"
cooperation. Associates With Michael Keith.
desired in Jacksonvilleand Hospital "Johnny Tiger":
surrounding communities
PAYMENTSMcDOUGALL'S Write or phone With Robert Taylor and Geradline
Brooks.C. .
JACK FROST Field "The Loved One":'

Division Manager With Robert Morse and Jonathan

1919 Beach way Road Winters.

INSURANCE AGENCY x Kogerama Suite B Building& CJacksonville Wednesday, Sept. 28 .

NAS "Secret Seven": With
6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388-7676 ? Phone Florida: 398-6451 Tony Russell and Helga Lin.
Hospital "King Kon VS God

2990 Mayport Rd. 249-5649 Call (Us Anytime Phone office for appointment zilla": With Michael Keith.C. .
fr om 9:00 to 5:00 Mon-. Field "Incident at Phantom -
day through Friday Hill".: With Michael Ketih




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Golf/ Today
2 p.m. Front Nine NARTUvs /
Hospital "B" 6
Into -
2:30 p.m. Front Nine VP-30 the world

"B" vs 679th. of sports "
2:30 Back Nine AEWRON "B"
vs A/C Maint. yNedFellers '

3 p.m. Front Nine Marinesvs 0 l

VP 5. Head knocking for National and American League football teams
3 p.m. Back Nine FICEURvs
Air has begun in earnest and most collegiate squads entered the annual
Ops.Golf Toes. autumn spectacle this past weekend.
Thanks to modern training methods, research into stresses and
2 p.m. Front Nine FAW 11 strains on an athlete's body, and monumental improvements in light-
vs AEWRON "A". weight football
equipment, today's potential autumn heroes enter
2'30 Front Nine FLT WEA battle a of _._..
piece sportive machinery, confident any injuries received -- --- -
FAG vs O & R wm be at worst only one game and
2:30 Back Nine VP 7 vs Competitors in two similar world wide and Grounds was the scene however, and Holyoke. Spectators in Can-
sports,soccer rugby,
V P 30 "A" smile when mention is made of supposedly "rough" American foot- when In 1958, a U. S. ama- ada and England also enjoy the
3 p.m. Front Nine Hospital ball. Both are played with the same amount of bodily contact as teur group beat an Irish contin- game's herculean reputation.
both Gaelic football and
"A"vsVAP-62. our game, but through tradition, little protective gear is worn and gent in
3 p.m. BackNineCHEE CHEFS substitutions are limited. hurling. Unlike soccer, the game has

vs But for the fan interested in sheer brutality, and what one writer no world wide reputation. Adherents -
FAETUBowling Today has coined, "unmitigated mayhem," forget soccer, rugby and foot- America's ruling body of the of the game have tried
5 p.m. Lanes 1 & '2 Misfitsvs ball; they've got one in Ireland called Gaelic football and many man little publicized sport is in unsuccessfully to popularize the
Falcons "B" has only to play It once before voluntarily retiring. New York and an offshoot ofIrelaoo's gentle sport in Europe, but spec-
__ _,
3 & 4 Pizzans vs Lucky 7 The origin JJ 01 Gaelic football Gaelic Athletic Associ tators and potential players gazeIn
5 & 6 Blu vs Navy Fin Off has been lost in the annals of After an especially rugged affair ation. At last count there were awe at what happens during
7 & 8 Sky War. "A" vs Fic- times, but records show it was in 1884 when the men of approximately 70 football and exhibition games and prizing
eur CPO's. being played in the Dublin, Ir. Tipperary met the men of Water- hurling teams under its Juris- their lives over a touch of glory,
9 & 10 Neptunes vs Rip Cords area In 1527. The Irish, with ford, 34 to a side near Carrickon diction. Like ,soccer, in the refuse to give the sport a try.
11 & 12 Caduceus vs Hurri- distinct ideas of their own of Suir, the ball was literally
what should happen at a football kicked out of the neighborhood respect interest occurs where But the frantic, action never
contest, developed their game ending the game In adisapointingtie immigrants have come to settle, fails to please spectators wher-
canes.NATTC with virtually few rules from a ; it was decided standard Gaelic football has, or is being ever it may raise clouds of dust
SportsIn brand of English football popularat rules, ( a few maybe) wouldn'tbe played in Boston, Chicago, San and fleeting visions of, sweating
that time. so bad after all. Francisco, Los Angeles,Detroit, faces. ,After all, It's only a
bowling action this week, While modern Gaelic football Is One of the many tags attachedto Syracuse, Rochester, Philadelphia game and the Irish haunted by the
Bldg. 560 had the high team ser- played within a simple formulaof Gaelic football prior to 1884 Newark, Bridgeport,Hartford -, brawny majesty Involved callIt
ies (Scratch) of 2480. Bldg. 560 rules, its granddaddyhad none. was Rough and Tumble, this Is Springfield, Mass., Boston "a bit of fun."
also had high team series handicap Visualize all ablebodied men an era when even the most well L
meaning writer, tried to painta _............ ,
of 2927. 560 shared high in one Irish community going """+<+ AtaeY" 'MUe..a:Fc.+ : r+no-
team game scratch with MAD #4 against their counterparts in a picture of She game in words, fI-- : SHOWING
with a 848, and again came up neighboring town, and this could but still, ,gracious as he was, II I I II i
on top with a high team game include as many as 25 100 men could only describe the actionas
"free-for-all .. __, SE'T. Z3 Z9
handicap of 997. on each side. There were no a fight" wy "''''''WA<< :<<''W. -
L. R. Sandecki of BldgT 560 benchwarmers or p.a.t. kicking When the Gaelic Athletic As- 771.2255EHAMI1ER
had high individual series witha specialists. Everyone fit,played.A sociation was formed Nov. 1,
579 and high individual game particular team might haveas 1884, it was decided to standar- : .
honors went to J. H.Kelczewski many as 5 30 players more dize the number of players at ,
of TRAF AC with a 214. than the opponent even though 15 men per side. They were told .
some effort was made tq keep not to throw the ball, but were DRlIall .
Teams Won Lost sides numerically even. permitted to dribble, kick, punt,
and to keep some of the original
MAD /# 4 12 4' A point halfway between the flavor, "punch" the ball. Two with
The motion
AO/it/# 1 -. "''>, ::. 11 ;,5 two towns was selected. The halves of 30 minutes apiece were picture \ x
BLDG 560 8 4 object was simply to advancethe One scored :J,
arranged. point was the FEAR FLASHER and :' \
AEA2 10 6 ball, (generally an Inflated for kicking or punching the ball ," ". '
AEA # 1 : 7 5 animal bladder) over the boun- over the crossbar and three was the HORROR HORN .
MAD #/# 6 .7 5 dary of the opposition. The field tallied if the ball Is kicked intoa \" '
MAD # 2 7 5 then, could be anywhere from two cage like net. Needless to Story by Ray Russell and Stephen Kandel ;,-a ,
MAD # 5 9 7 to ten miles long. say, furious action came when a Screenplay by Stephen Kandel Produced and Directed by Hy Averback .
MAD # 1 9 7 Anything and everything was team is near the opposition'sgoal TECHNICOLOR FROM WARNER BROS.
TRAFAC 8 8 employed to move the ball, including ; the defenders struggling to
OFFICERS 8 8 kicking, throwing, run- halt the assult and:! start an offense -
AEV "B" 7' 9 ning and "punching". Accord- of their own. .
AEI "B" 7 9 ingly, "punching the ball" as it Today the Emerald Isle organizes : "I T
AO "B" 7 9 were, became the source of most Gaelic football on a i' SAnTY ?
542 7' 9. injuries. More often than not, county basis. The 32 counties COUNCIL 00
MAD # 3 7' 9' punches were directed at enemy have teams from senior classification -
AO # 2 6 10 faces instead of the ball. Broken down to those of a small &J &Jj
BLDG 500 5 11 noses and blackened eyes were parish district. A summer of
AEI "B" #2 2 14 commonplace; Indeed the stra- bumps, Iruises and fracturesis
******** gedy of the game as explainedby endured prior to a final elimination Ausedcarthatwon't
one of a few distinct Gaelic tournament. From the
The NATTC :Intramural Football give you gas pains
Season officially started as football veterans was, '"to mess two most powerful teams a winner
Captain Thomas Ellison,NAT- up the other man's face as soon emerges I with as many as 90,000 We have a lot of them.
TC's Commanding Officer,threw as possible.because a man with viewing the final game. '
out the first ball In two swollen eyes couldn't follow While the Irish footballers are They're called Volkswagens. And we guaranteethem ,
pre game well with all 100% for the repair or replacement of all major
.9., the ball as as one not technically professional,they
ceremonies September ,
parts for 30 days or 1000 miles. Why no gas
clear vision.
are paid a sum comparable to
On hand to receive the ball
They still get that legendary VW economy,
Today's gridironers apply an their off when .
from Captain Ellison was Lt. ,season Jobs on Yans. the new ones.
eye blackener to reduce sun foreign exhibition tours. Whena
R. \1. Lang, Sepcial Service Officer *
glare. In Gaelic football, (even team does make an Infrequentvisit
The' first game of the National present day), a players worth to this country, it attractsas ELECTRICAL SYSTEM '
is, judged by the number, of in- much attentionas
sports page
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Page 14 JAX AIR NEWs/AFTERBURNER September 22, 7966 I i

Fli. Wilts Its EIIIII Water Pollution
ing targets In the open country
of the few states in the side.W.
one nation B. Copeland Commisslor
that can boast of a sizable chairman pointed out that al]I 1I 1t Method
population of bald eagles and Florida birds are protecting t d
the Game and Fresh Water Fish against hunting capturing 01 TALLAHASSEE Water that
Commission urges"shooters and molesting except the English.I a may be fit for folks is not always -
plinkers" to observe state laws sparrow crow starling blacl t fit for fish. The water
protecting eagles hawks and criteria recently adopted -
and turkey vulture. It is alsc t quality
owls along with most other bird unlawful to destroy the eggs 01 by the Game and Fresh Wat-
species, looking for mov- nests of any protected 'birds. er Fish Commission establishesa
_ guide to factors affecting,the .'
wM' N growth reproduction and well "

MILITARYAUTO being of Florida's aquatic life.

LIABILITY INSURANCEMONTHLY 9 The water quality criteria '
points out that while some waters
POLICIES MONTHLY PAYMENTS may be acceptable for humans and
: NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES -4 warm blooded animals the same

AGE 21-24 Married $10.40 mo.GE'2124Slngle$12.80 water may not support aquatic
organisms that play a vital role

mo.RobertM in fish production. The criteria
also tht too much of a
Base Requirements __ good thing does not necessarily
Travis& M
ft Associates, IRC.NAS improve fishing especially in the

'' 1st,Office N. of Gate.. 6483 Roosevelt Blvd. 388-3583 -b case of fertilization.

,j USNS".MaY1'ort. Joi Beach. 1127 N. Third St.AlA)246-6421( ,, .t According ,to John W. Woods '

fish management chief, the crit-
. JACKS OHYILU'S MOROCCO TEMPLE PRESENTS ,. .. r eria is designed to indicate maxi-. : .' ;

WORLD'S FAMOUS INTERNATIONAL INDOOR '1. gg mum allowable concentrations of ; ;
I 4'* } pollutants and minimum concen- .
SHRINE trations of necessary water :
+! : HAMID-MORTON NEW 66 : qualities to which fresh water '

aquatic life could endure for a
-- time. Woods said "Unless the
adopted criteria: is used,Florida's -
fresh will be
Martin Stack Is J. D. Jackson. The award, presented on behalf waters soon
degraded so as to seriously
of the Ground Electronics Div and Communication
Dept. credits reduce or eliminate much of the
Jackson with outstanding 'sports ability; an ability that states useful aquatic life."

helped/ the department gain live/ championships in Intramural

tNFORMATJON football and Softball. Looking on at one of his prize pupils Is' The question being faced by
J Rec. Dlr. Frank McCaffery. fisheries biologists and fisher-
ADULTS. men is not how muchpollutioncan
') Reserved Scots .. ...$2.50 ept. be tolerated but to what extent .
(Promenade and Box) Club will aquatic habitats be further
Armed Forces
Hurst .
SC Sponsors
EES Cen. Admission .$1.50 destroyed. Because of complex
jT1t' (Center Mezzanine) .
i 3 inter-relationships within aqua-
I 1GHT SHOWS CHILDREN (under 11). ) Although the spectator grandstands leases on new performance and tic habitats and low tolerance of
Z N Reserved Seats . 1.25 from and '
prestige cars Detroit borne
aquatic organisms to water
J at auto racing events
Cen. Admission $1.00
been filled to near capacity during the latest accessories from speed materials it is difficult to establish -
GREAT INTERNATIONAL PERFORMERS this past summer of racing and., equipment manufacturers pollution limits.
and thotfghout the country are also in-
t action important segment The usual pattern of pollutionis
cluded. The newsletter is freeto
of the high performance frater-
that the first trace of foreign
anywhere in
nity is obvious by its absence. the military world. personnel material introduced into water

1 4S East Adom. Street Telephone 354-2041 Because of the world's tense initiates a chain reaction; protective ". ..'.
PERFORMANCES ....- politico military situation coverts gradually eliminated 'I.. '
"white hat"
Frl."J0-8JO p.m. S.t.1. Oct. 1 ;-1:30 p.m. Ii. Hurst a Navy ,
'-t., Oct. 1-8:30: p.m. Sun., Oct. -1:30 p.m. Sun., Oct.2 5:00 p.m. more and more young Americansare for 13 years expressed the feel- food chaff are disrupted ;
R..ery.4 Scats on Sale at'Coliseum Box Office Up to Show Tim putting aside their automotive ings of everyone connected with and spawning beds ruined. Addi-

. . . . ., IifII projects to serve with one. of the Armed Forces Club project tional amounts and kinds of mat-
our armed forces branches.In when he said "We take our hats erials accelerate the loss of habitat -

recognition of their contri- off to the guys in the service.If and deplete the fisheries pot-
butions and sacrifices GeorgeH. they're giving their time ential. These changes are often

I J:9 9BY / Hurst, president of Hurst we can sure give a little of irreversible.The .
Performance Products has recently ours." criteria established a limitto
... BELLAIR HOME BUILDERS INC. formed the Hurst Armed excessive amounts of neces-
Relatives and frinds of "carnuts"
Forces Club. This project is sary qualities such as nitrogen
designed to keep servicemen a- serving with our armed phosphorus and potash. The: increasing -
round the world informed about forces can include them -- free amounts of solutes
automotive happenings during of any costs --in the Hurst which enter Florida's waters may
their period of military service. Armed Forces Club simply by cause excessive enrichment. ,
sending their name rank and
These enrichments are often expressed -
A monthly newsletter is mailed complete military address to in fish populationsor
to each club member. Every Hurst Performance Products 5 poor
fishing aquatic weed problemsfish
Issue highlights from the nation's West Street Road Warminster kills increased water puri-
leading automotive events. Re Penna. 18974.
costs poor boating
odors disease and other factors.

GET ALL THOSE Woods said "If protection of ,:

fisheries is a real concern then
BILLS PAID! strict qualitative and quantitative

I control of the discharge of pol-
with a lutants into streams and lakes '.
is mandatory."

CREDITUNION AQ The water quality criteria
which will serve as an index for
e fishing waters includes 35 pointsby

a BILL-CONSOLIDA TER "d. which quality may be measured .
L / and any reduction of the index
BRI BR2 LOAN by artificial means other than

1B those recommended by fish management -
a .
1'I' or public health practices '
B BR3 would be considered detrimental -
0 PAID to the fresh water fisheries .-
j PAID of Florida.
(PATIO D 1&trNfyF 'l M'r
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Model B-1
.t Country size eat-in kitchen can be pointed to with t s '-.r0"
pride. Mom can stand at the large double sink and RtNct MODELS
l view the company coming around the corner.Gatherin
its 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths and it's a fine harvest .It pay to borrow money" from your. Credit Umon. whore, you NOTHING DOWNWe
ore a..wn.r.qt |uil a cvttomw Inforott rate or. lower and
I of family living.HOME ....,. Bra no ertro ch...... So buy what you Hood ..Ma you Give Merchant Green
,.. Stamp.
d"Itmet CASH tram your Croat Uni.n.
Open Daily 8 am.7 F.m.

:ElELL.A.KR: : Ja7 aMuy Fdpitae Wed/ & Sat. 8 am.6 p.m.

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10 A.M. to Dark. Travel South on Blanding Boulevard (Hwy. 21) Tel. Ja4-4FZ'/Bete f.f.85D7 TW. S1.32111 E.t. 205
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September 24 1966
Page 15I

I BOAT Football Predictions .

GAME Corbin Stall Fellers Ard Personnel Coin

4 7.3 3.7 7.3 6-4 9.' 6-4

J. Colorado at Baylor .'Bay Bay Col
By Jim Ang/ea/ Bay Bay lay

Letter To Boats the other hotshot QBs operating 2. Duke at Plttsburg' ..' Duke Duke Pitt Duke Duke Pitt
In order to give the base pap- Saturday as he ran for two TDs .
er a more professional touch I passed for another and ran a 3. Florida/ St. at'M/aml (Fla) Mia Mia' Mia Mia
two ., ... Mia ..F/o S
have submitted thefollowingpredictions point conversion in leading '\; ', }.> ." 0.: ., t
for the coming year and the Bruins to a 57 14 4. Navy at So Methodist/ ,HSM, Navy SM.. SAt '\ :k.:" .
as the champion procastinator Pittsburgh. UCLA : : Navy Navy
picked fourth in AP I. .
for the year of 1965 as well as pre season 5. No. Carolina St. ""," NCS 'NeS' i I
# '
poll ( 1 by this column) ; NC 'NCS
several years previously I, myself scor- ; NCS
and available extension ed almost at will against the out- at No. Carolina .' ,h ; .
240 for any advise that you ama classed Pit eleven. The UCLANS 6. Purdue at Notre Dame,,r."' '.,..'+.'Y Pur,. NO :, t NO' ,' Put .. ', '-"HD' NO
lead 29 0 at half time and "
tuer Sunday morning head-hangers t.
played their reserves of 7. UCLA at Syracuse i. ; UCLA ". 'UCLA'LA .; '
might care to ask for. AllI the second halfBoat's most ',\:, ,'. .. 1UCLA'. ta'CLA. Syr
heard the last ." \ ..
year was wait .c t' ;r. : '. ." "':.j '
until next year. This is next PredictionsA 8. Auburn ot Tennesse( .ri Te't.! Tenn Tenn ,Tenn Tenn Auburn

year now: 1- MSU 2Nebras- ,. ..
ka, 3 UCLA, 4 Arkansas, quick check of our last 9. Kentucky at Mississippi/ Miss '" Ken' Ken Miss '
weeks forecasts shows 12 right Miss Miss/
5 Notre Dame, 6 Tennessee ,
0 wrong, and 0 tied, However
7 Alabama 8 '- Southern
Cal, 9 Colorado 10 TCU. and 18 yard field goal in the last 10. Wm. 8 Mary at W. Virginia W Va W Va W&M W Va W Va W&M
two minutes by Bob t "
Signed:.C. P. Corbin was
Boats Note What happened needed to give the Georgia"Bullgos" -
to the experts college picksin a 20 17 win and save
last weeks ? the perfect score. Back to the
paper crystal ball for this weeks fore- Tuesday Early Bowling A wards PresentedThe

Pigskin Report cast:

Whatever one may think about Alabama over La. Tech Tide Tuesday Early Summer ((614)) Series as he paced VC 4 was high man for the Malta -
the properiety of football spe- rolls..on.UCLA. League presented trophies dur- Mantainence against VC 4 Do's while Dr. Rawllngs rolleda
cialization in the collegeswherethe over'SyracuseTrojans ing their banquet held last weekat Line. The Boys from maint- 467 ret for the Doctor .. Den-
air of other educational linesis picks up # 2 in spite of Little. the Beacon Club. The "Blackshoes" ainance picked up three and:lot tist team.

to develope the "whole man"., Florida over Miss St.SOS from personnel were pre one. These were the only reports
there is no use denying it is not Gators call for help, jus sented the Championship Trophy In this weeks action the Black- received at te newspaper office,
that two platoon football pro- QBs initials. while the Runner up spot went shoes were once again lead by so if your league's news does not
duces a faster more interestingand Tennessee over Auburn Volsin to VA 174's "Hustlers". The Jim' Anglea ((545)) and Roger appear see your,Secretary We-
more efficient brand of playas a close one. Pacemakers from Operations ,Fortney ((531)) as they pickedup can't print it if we don't get It.Buy. .
over 40,000 partisan Florida LSU over Rice Tigers will finished up in Third Place. four more games by stopping
have Owls for dinner. Other awards presented wereto VA-64. '
fans will attest to after watch- : '
ing "Specialist" Spurrier throw Baylor over Colorado South- Roy Specht for High Average The Malta Do's got on the U.S. ":. .". ,

three TD passes and kick two all means the difference. ((183)) Joe Prokay'' High Series winning track by taking Med Savings 11
W/HDCP ((678), Carl Van Vuren Bonds \"" '
Dental 3-1. Jim Macal ((456))
FG as he led the Gators to a Notre Dame over Purdue -
High Game W/HDCP ((274)), Nick
43-7 romp over Northwestern By two TD, and my friends thinkI' Neithermayer High Game Scratch .

, t in. an, intersectional Florida Field.clash Saturday m crazy... ((255)),.and Gary Babb High Series "

tjsenwere at the. nation Navy over SMU Sentimental Scratch ( 635)). Paul Worthy was
choice presented a Belt Buckle by ABC
the action found the
top teams for being the Most Improved 'VISITCLAUDE
for the most part winning handi(
.Miami, Fla. over FSU Hur Bowler.
ly. MSU rolled past NCS 28- ricanes have too much class for
10 in their intersectional. open State. Monday Early

er at East Lansing. Arkansas The Monday Early Winter League -
started slow as they edged Okla- Mic 1. State over .Penn. St. NOLAN
last week with
homa State = while ; Duffy got,
14 10, Neb- Spartans by as many as
eight teams making
.' up
raska had work wants.
to to top the '
League Secretary Harry
Horned Frogs of TCUby the same.* CADILLAC & PONTIAC
14.10 ,Nebraska over Utah St. Although reports that the first weeks
score. Cornhuskers might get action found the "Blackshoes"back MAIN AT ORANGE
Middle John Cartwright con-
the trail the
surprised. on winning as
,nected*:13 of 22 for 148 ,
took four from the "Malta -
games OPEN
yards as he navigated Navy to Southern Cal over Wisconsin- Do's". Jim Anglea witha
a 27 vicyory over Boston Trojans make'more believers 536 and Roger Fortney with "

College at Annapolis. The"Black ill them. 531 lead ,the MilPers teams. :," ,"PA' NE' 'EL3.3 ::22;" '"

Knights of the Hudson"keep pace The Alley Gators also won ,'.,j' ,:, .. ,',
by turning back K State 216. With The Pros four games as they beat Mis-
Seems like everyone 'read the siles. Billet leads the Gators
press notices on "Super,Bill" After two weeks of regular with a ((503)) Series. Walt
Bradley (includingBradleyhimself season play, the world champion Westerkom rolled an excellent
), except the, defensive unit of Green Bay Packers and:! the sur-
the Southern Cal Trojans. The prising "Rams" of LA are both
highly touted Bradley was only 2 0 in the Western Division of
able to complete 4 of 12 passes the NFL, while St. Louis tops
for 55 yards against the rugged the Eastern Division with the
Southern Cal defense as Texas same 2-0 record. The "Pack-,
dropped their opener 10-6 before ers" romped over Unitas and
42,000 fans at Austin and Company, 24 3, for their first
the national television audience. league victory, but had to come
"Super Bill" may be able to lap from behind last Sunday to edge
tall buildings in a single bound the "Browns", 21 20, as Jim
and be more powerful than a Taylor scored late .In the fourth

locomotive, However, he better quarter. Los Angeles picked up
play football a great deal betterif their wins over the fledgling Atlanta -
Texas has hopes of doing any- "Falcons" In their opener -
thing in the tough Southwest Con- and then last weekend butted -
ference this year. Papa Halas1 "Bears" as
UCLA's .Junior CB Gary Be- Chicago dropped their second
ban was not to be outdone by straight game.


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I cannot seem to think of themat
.... I '. ) the moment. Some of those ,: .<",,,..t<:'

that seem to have eluded the jinx .CedarHillsChevrolet
5 RESERVED SEAT i has only forgotten .about until the it. reader Bear 1.,tv,aN. .."a''"phi, ,n I" :

Bryant made the cover and had a .
o "Spirts for the Spectator"
: = serial done on him and his coach- : "" :
ing experiences. The college 'I.ifJ >
season is here, and Alabama has ":::f.AiN %
Voodoo is a curious mixtureof er appears on the cover of Sports
fear, Illustrated, sports followers say yet to play its first game. The d i 1:
religion superstition
,Bear that he does not believe ;I
swindle, and weapon that is foundin that the team, coach, or playeris In Black Magic, Voodoo, : w
the more remote areas of the jinxed and cannot win the big :
old hags, or the Sports Illustrated # ffJt
West Indies. It is usually prac" game or honor they are striving ? :t'
He that the : )
Whammy. Says :
. ticed by mysterious old hags who for, regardless of how easily attained {, <<: tri'f;'
Crimson Tide will win or lose
'' ,seem to know' everything 'about ,' v it appears. depending on how well they do at WILSON
everyone. o d Asan example, last spring the fundamentals each Saturday. ..
the When! the Univertisty of'Kentucky Ys.
practicioners,put, whammyona
Bears hard bring down,
I' are to
victim, he usually dies'.rathbri seemed destined to win the NCAA especially old experienced Bears :,:... & BLANDSNG W44W, t ,
quickly,in unexplained manner. Basketball Championship, SI dida ; ,
who are adept ,at magazines
i of Voodoo is feature and cover picture on :
Although the art
United Adolph Rupp,theWl1dcats' oach. whammies etc. But Barons are PHONE 5P11341or "
not widespread in the hard down .
also to bring ,especially -
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laugh at the idea of believing in competitionhadbeendis all, Papa Bear himself seems to SP1-6601
It, there is a form of unexplained posed of Texas Western upset the have been Voodoo? iz; "
Black Magic that a lot of normally -' Cats and ''took the championship., Look for aerial circus in
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