Jax air news
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Title: Jax air news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: United States Naval Air Station Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date: November 23, 1966
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Air bases -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville -- Jacksonville Naval Air Station
Coordinates: 30.235833 x -81.680556 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
General Note: Publisher: Holt Pub. Co., <1971-1979>; ADD Inc., <1993>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 24 (Sept. 18, 1952).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000579555
oclc - 33313438
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System ID: UF00028307:00925

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1.VOL. 24 NO. 35 _j u. S. NAVAL *>* STATION..uociOMwug. FLORIDA November 23, 1966

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COACgIAt. Fq0 oraa-G From Vietnam

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NAS Jax VA 176 dron on September 26th.
y Attack Squdron 176, flying the
dGI propeller-driven A-l Skyraider
I which has been dubbed the 'Spad
Cecil Field VA 15
I of the Vietnam war racked up
J :: some 1600 sorties against enemy
S The aircraft carrier USS Intrepid in the airflying some 5 thousand positions during the cruise.High
arrived at the Mayport attack sorties and dropping light of the deployment came whena
? i--i-r I : Naval Station Monday afternoon 11 million pounds of ordnance on flight led by LCdr. Leo Cookof
.. after an eight-month deploymentIn targets in South Vietnam. The Jax ran into a flight of MIG-
. waters off Vietnam--bringing pilots got results. Fourteen 17 aircraft. Maneuvering their
FOOTBALL HOSPITALITY Navy team captain Don Downing with It two squadronsbasedinthe hundred structures were des- much slower Skyraiders into
! Lorain, Ohio, and /head coach Bill Elias will be two of the Jacksonville area. Attack Squadron troyed -- another 1500 damaged. position, LTJG Tom Patton (of
more noteworthy hosts when the Midshipmen tangle with arch- 15, home-based at NAS Cecil Bombs and cannon fire sent 145 Sink Grove W.Va.) scored a
rival Army Saturday at Philadelphia. (See story, page 12)) Field, and Attack Squadron junks and barges to the bottom direct hit and brought down one
176, based at NAS Jacksonville, 164 more were seriously dama MIG while LTJG James Wileyof
returned to the area after flying ( Augusta, Ark.) drove another
HAS Jax To Observe Day Of Gract thousands of strikes against ene. ged.During her last two periods on MIG from, the scene trailing
my targets in South and North the line, the ship was shifted to smoke and fuel. The "Thunder
4 Vietnam. Both units are a part the Gulf of Tonkin. "Yankee bolts" of VA-176 were led by
Tomorrow, everyone will pause It's Thanksgiving, and the of Carrier Air Wing 10. Station," and strikes against targets Cdr. Bob Martin until September27th
folks here at NAS Jax, and throughout the country will be given. a The squadrons and the Intrepidleft in North Vietnam In 41 when Cdr. Ray Ashworth
day of grace to honor and counttheir blessings. Norfolk Va. last April 4th days pilots of Air Wing 10 flew assumed command of the squa
Except for those standing duty",, all personnel aboard the stationIn and after more than a month and 2, 595 attack sorties and drop- dron.
will have a day off to attend the some 13,000' miles across the ped more than 37 hundred tons After the Intrepid dropped off
church of their choice, and to observance of the holiday, Atlantic, Mediterranean, Suez of ordnance on target..mainly the planes, officers and men of
spend the day with friends and the Commissary Stores at Jax, Canal and South China Sea laun transportation centers water- Air Wing 10, proceeded to her
families. Cecil Field, and Mayport will ched their first strikes on May borne traffic trucks, trains and homeport of Norfolk and the
' The National Festival of be closed tomorrow, along with 15. During her first tour "on petroleum oil-lubricant centers. end of a deployment which saw
; Thanksgiving will be observed in the Naval Exchange Store. AU the line" Intrepid and her aIr- Under Cdr. Jack Gracey Ce- her steam some 75,000 miles.
.. the Chapels aboard NAS with a will re open Friday for craft were assigned to "Dixie cil-based VA-17 flew more than The two remaining squadrons
General Thanksgiving service: led business. Station", flying strikes against 2100. combat sorties without, a of Air Wing 10, Attack Squa-
I by Chaplain Anderson In the All Viet Cong concentrations and activity combat lossThe "Valions"fly dron 95, based at NAS Lemoore.
" Saints Protestant Chapel at'9:30 For Special/ / Thanksgiving/ / / in South Vietnam. In 59 the Navy's smallest jet attack Calif., and Attack Squadron 16-5,
a.m. Roman Catholic Mass InSt. 2. days of operations on Dixie Station ,bomber, the A-4 Skyhawk.The based at NAS Moffett Field,Calif
Edward's Chapel will be held at Day Menu, Page Intrepid pilots spent a total presept skipper, 'Cdr., Ike were flown from NAS Jackson-

4 9 a.m. of more than 12 thousand hours .Tories'took.. .,command. of the.squa- yUle to,their.liome;stations.,
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New York, (NAPS) -- Did you sasoit grand sachemof the Pok- varying days. George Wash- Hale, however who first suggested Finally, Sarah Hale was able to
I know that Thanksgivll\1 didn't become anoket Indians to join them in a ington proclaimed Nov. 26, 1789, that Thanksgiving shouldbe win the support of President
. a nation wide observance feast of Thanksgiving. Massasoit as the first national Thanksgiving a national patriotic holiday.. Abraham Lincoln. In the third
1864 It's fact! And this arrived with 90 of l followersand
until a his Day in honor of the new constitution year of the Civil War, he believed -
is just one of the many surprising stayed for three days of but the custom continued She was the editor of the popu- that the Union had been
facts about our traditional feasting! to vary widely among the lar woman's magazine" call d"GOOey's saved; he therefore proclaimed
, American hOliday.. ( states -- kept alive only by the Lady's Book and for a national day of thanksgivingto
Thanksgiving days ollowlng'harvests
first almost 20 years she campaigned
The Thanksgiving was proclamations of local govern- be celebrated
held In Dec. 1621, when Gov. later came to be cele- through editorials and lettersto on Thursday
i William Bradford of the Ply- brated throughout the New Eng- ors.It the President, state governors Nov. 26 naming. the last
mouth Colony appointed a day of land Colonies but different and was a woman, Sarah Josepha and other influential persons, Thursday be observed In November each year.as the dayto

celebration and sent four men out
. to shoot wild turkeys and other Today the occasion is still a
... time for giving thanks with reverent .
, fowl.The Pilgrims (had'come ashore prayers, flower decora-
i from the Mayflower on Dec. 21, tions and a turkey feast. If you're
s 1620. The winter that followed serving, the turkey dinner this
, had been heartbreaking; half of Thanksgiving, your guests may
; the entire band had perished of also be thankful if you offer a
... if' ';... different of
disease, hunger and exposure.But ...,':{' typo turkey -- this
the following March, two Algonquin one an extra smooth bourbon
speaking Indians, befriended whiskey, eight years old and 101

: the remaining group and proof. Wild Turkey, in glasses
gave them Indian corn seed -- is often used with domestic Tur-
telling them to plant "when key on the platter stimulate the
the oak leaves are as big as appetite. This combination is
mouse ears" and to catch fish altogether fitting
to fertilize the soil. Thus the M NiN \ since it was the wild and proper turkey
seeds for the first
were sown which our Pilgrim
Thanksgiving harvest.', S S_ enjoyed at.the.initial Thanksgiv
It was a warm and bright summer S ing feasts. _.
and the crops grew and ; : '
thrived. When autumn arrived, 't. S jtiesn't matter if you chooseThanksgiving
the three log warehouses were t01 in the
I filled with provisions -- the t American fashion with
harvest of 20 acres of corn, do/neStW' and wild turkey or
and 6 acres of wheat, rye, barley 4tbfo! rful folk dances, or
r' and peas. wUb not ceremonial tea -- just
Gov. Bradford thought it fitting as long a* the spirit remains,
( to celebrate and give thanks making the holiday one of the
for their good fortune and a formal year's most eagerly awaited and. fl1'
' invitation was issued to Mas- universally enjoyed. .



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: Captain J J. TUBBS, CHC, USN Edward's Chapeland 4.rail short 9-Note of scale w. 1 1 H.b arrinn 1
8 A state abbr Enthusiasm
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Morton and of the records for of 16-Fuss "
secretary Naval Hospital Cud"n II-Print.r'l > t'i N 3. () d V d I
the Plymouth Colony, wrote these words concerning those memo- 13.Poet measure 3 011 N 3 d. 3 I 0 >r .
rable circumstances of the year 1620: "Being now passed the SUNDAY MASSES Chastise 21.Make ready o. 9 :;I 0I 31l.tfI 3 tI
vast ocean, and a sea of troubles before them in expectations, they Hospital -' - 0630St. 17.Bore 22.cut of meat 'V e 1 1.L 'V. 'tJ 019Pr.flx
: down 23-Obltruct I V ,1 d y 1 '1/1-1. A "" 1
had friends to welcome them inns to entertain Edward'sChapel .
now no no or refresh 20-Fruit drink 24 Time gone by
them, no houses, or much less towns, to repair unto to - 0900 & 1100 21.Writing 25-Shade 26-Pronoun treeImplement a;

seek for succour; and for the season it was winter, and they that 22-Garden tool 28-Swiss river 3S-Cooling device: 44.Saucy
know the winters of the country know them to be sharp and violent, DAILY MASSESSt. 23-Lower part of 29.Skill 37.Closed 46.Unit of
subject to cruel and fierce storms, dangerous to travel to known Edward's: 25-Se.wall eagle 31 32-Goddess Metal of .securely Siamesecurrency
38 Den
places, much more to search unknown coasts..If:; they looked Monday thru Friday 1130 26-Difficult healing 39- oin 47.Footlike part
Saturday - - 0900 27.Mature Possessive 40-Mistake 48.Before
behind them, there was a mighty ocean which they had passed, '
and was now as a main bar or gulph to separate them from all Naval Hospital: 29-Goal Beverage 34-pronoun Posed forportrait 43 Afternoon.Three-toed party 49 51.Man Negative s nickname
the civil parts of the world." Friday - - 1205 30.A state (abbr) sloth 53 Brother of Odin

As one observes the tlgL ph" between 1620 and 1966, he Is immediately CATECHISM CLASSES 31 33'lllts35.verlr..n.Meddles with '

Impressed by the great nation which has developedfrom Chapel Annex Building 722: tree I 2 3 4 5 6 1 R 8 9 10 W
the seeds planted in Plymouth Colony., He is further struck 36..River Island 0<;;)(
the'I ion of the that it will be Saturday's1000 37 Musk:as j-1-->;;>:
by people one day, even greater. written O<:
This vision Is firmly based upon the bountiful natural resourcesof DIVINE SERVICES 38.Slender i 13 16 QS ( 17 18 19
the land, and the sure confidence of a people who gave blood in PROTESTANTAll 40-Be mistaken m R5C9.
two great wars: and afterward gave of their material resources to 41.Trial 1 :JM 20 : 21 : 6 repair, uphold, and protect all the civil parts of the world across Saints Chapel name :> jc'X -
SmDA: Y' 43'Enst 23 24 @ 23 26 :
the gulph.At s 44.Edible seed :
times we are described by others as being a boastful people. 0800 - -Holy Communion Pronoun 27 28 29
That we emphasize the material at the expense of the spiritual. 0930 & 1100 -Divine Worship Ventilate
The concept of the "Great Society" is presented as a goal towards 47-Tolled 30 ; 31 32 :m<<' 33 34

which we move. Much can be said: that reflects adversely, SUNDAY SCHOOL 50 Lease V.I'.>lY'.. 33 36 I'h 31
0930 - Chapel Annex 52 Above ')V<,:.x.. : : -xx; : : -;;>-:
however, much more can be said that reveals the American peopleto .
be a source of inspiration for the free world. In this there is Building .'122WEDNESDAY's 55 54.Period Decay of time 38 39 ,9'ti 40 Vh 41

cause for pride that we have great concern for the people of the Remainder 42 : 43 4/ ; Y ;'}
world as evidenced in the response to the Peace Corps. We hope 57.Lair r>x' .;.>: ;

this kind of pride never vanishes from our National scene. It Is ------choir Rehearsal 45 ;>Q<;', 46 .......; 47 48 49
cause for thanksgiving that: we can walk proudly among the nations THURSDAY :
of the world. That we can do this we owe a debt of gratitutde not 2000 Christian Science Service 1.Tennis stroke 50 31 32 33 34

only to the God-given bounty of the land but to man-made institu- SECOND MONDAY of Each Month 2.Hail! ii tions which let it flourish, the economic freedoms in Which we Procession: X5 i
0930 :- Chapel Women's GuildSmall Doom
labor and the polictical freedoms in which we govern ourselves,
and the freedom for a man to worship Almighty God to the dictates ( Chapel) rf Ui M Avthorliri Sirvttt NOIMMM 0.'''.

of his heart.
Nathaniel Morton recorded the acts of A brave people enteringthe 1004CECIL

unknown with courage and a dauntless faith in tomorrow.We Sunday'-------- .
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in the $pa'Je, are :entering' the unknown. But we can all .
remind ourselves that the richness of this country was not born HELDPROTESTANT

In, the: resources; ,of the .,earth;, ,though they, be plentiful,.but in THANKSGIVING DAY DINNER I
the men that took its measure. If those men, setting out from Today-

Delfs-Haven, had been dismayed by the troubles they saw around Choir Practice_ at 7 p. m. Nor. hr24,1966Chilled
them, then we could not this Autumn be thankful for a fair land, Sunday- .

and in the abundant hope,that we have for:tomorrpw. Sunday School at 9:30 p. m.

Then let us, Je. thankful for, our heritage '.ArxJ with' pride seek Chapel Service at.10:30 a.m.
in understanding of 'God's'will for the future..and with,courage, Communion on the first Sunday Tomato Juice Cocktail
and faith walk forward Into the unknown of each tomorrow.. of the month.
I Baked Virginia Style Ham
Roast Tom Turkey
A Serviceman's ThanksgivingBy CATHOLICDaily
Mashed Potatoes Candied Sweet Potatoes

ED SOWA 11:20 a. m. Mass

Thanksgiving[ Isadaywhen people gather together to give thanks Sunday- Giblet Gravey

for the many benefits they have received throughout the year. 8 a.m. and noon Mass Confusions

Although It I is this time for solemn prayer andtlianksglvlng.lt heard before each Mass. Cornbread Dressing

is also a time of reunion of families, thus a feeling of "being
home together" i is the pervading atmosphere. Chilled Cranberry Sauce Buttered Garden Peas

There is no lonlier a feeling than being away during this 'rhanksglvlng -

holiday, yet there are many of our men and women In unI- Fresh Frozen Mixed Vegetables

form that are away and are perhaps: spending Thanksgiving alone. Traffic Violations

For what do these people have: to be thankful? ...Assorted Salad Bar w/Assorted DressingsHot
'They can be thankful that they are making the sacrificethat '
The is of and Serve Parker House Rolls
following a report Brown
allows others to enjoy Thanksgiving (In a free and peaceful
and traf-
land. They can be thankful that because of the sacrifice that they motor vehicle accidents Butter Patties
for the Nov.
are making, they will have a place to return to that will afford fic violations period

them other happy and peaceful Thanksgiving Most of all, they 15 thru Nov. 21. .

are thankful that they are helping[ to maintain: the American way of Number of Accidents:. '. .: Pumpkin Pie w/Whipped Topping
10 i
This Week -
life, that of democracy and freedom.
Fruit1CakeMixed 'Assorted Ice Cream Cups 1Assorted
Perhaps our servicemen and women are melancholic during ,

these Thanksgiving: holidays, but there Is al.!o.a touch of optimism Total-Accidents this year through
behind their gloom., They realize the: challenge",that is before Nov. 21------------ 306 .Huts! Candies \

them and they are doing their utmost to meet It. They are Number of Accidents through
thankful to be alive and free to strive toward their ambitions. November 1965 - 227 Assorted Fresh Fruit

Perhaps, they are the closest! to realization of the real meaningof :
Thanksgiving: ; perhaps they share the very same feeling that Assorted Olives Assorted Sweet Pickles

the Pilgrims hared at their first Thanksgiving freedom, yet also Total number of days since
,the challenge to maintain it. last injury in a motor vehicle Chilled Fresh White/ Milk; Chilled Chocolate! Milk

accident - '-*..4 Hot Coffee

Turning Over Old Leaves"Twas Number Violations$:' ; : I
This Week - -52

: the month of Thanksgiving and all o'er the post Speeding- - -15
Reckless Driving- - 0
Lawns were buried beneath a thick leafy host.

Rosters: were hung on the walls with great care .. .. Going through 'Stop Sign-, 34-3 JAX AIR IVEWS
Other Violations------
Knowing that each)man: Wculds\rely< be"thereI .
was drIVing to work with windows( rolled tight[
For protection'f from rain that come In the night, Forty-two drivers appeared
When up on the lawns there arose such a clatterI before the Traffic Hearing Boardat The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise News.

sprang from my car to see what's the matter. ,- .- ., .. the meeting held on Nov. 22, paper distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air
of the includedthe
To my wondering eye a great, sight I appears Disposition following: One cases lost drivingand Station, Jacksonville, Florida, by the Holt Publishing

A duece and a half and el volunteers parking privileges aboard Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use In

With a large NCO so surly and quick station for various periods; one the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public
That I knew right this was not a picnic.
Less rapid than lightning away to attention they came I was assigned to complete an Affairs Office, Box 2, HAS Jacksonville, by 12:00 noon
eight-hour course in remedial on Monday before publication. Hews items are welcomed
And he shouted and stamped and called them by name
"Now Thrasher, now Parker, now Hilton and Larson driving at NATTC; 12 were assigned from all sourcesTelephone EV9-77JJ" Ext. 8762.
On Conner, Smith, Wilson and! Carson. to complete a Advertisements are solicited by the publisher and
in remedial driving at
To the of the hill, to the of the wall course
top top JAX Police Academy;13 received queries concerning such should be directed to:
Now rake away, rake away, rake away all. suspensions; 9 were given The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd.
before hurricane blow
As leaves
wet a
Piles were raked to the streets down below. warnings; 7 dismissed 12 fined Jacksonville, Florida, 32270, Telephone 387 4457
U.S. Commissioner) and! 14 referred -
( ; ;
They bundled and! loaded at a blazing pace, officers
Then did right shoulder rakes and a quick aboutface.But to commanding action. VOL. 24 NO. 35 NOVEMBER 23, 1966
I heard them exclaim ere they drove out of sight, possible disciplinary
"Thanksgiving to all there's not a leaf In sight." Thirty-two were asses-
ed 62 traffic points.tliktitifilelififi4MtiMkhhMtetMiMitihw.

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November 23, 1966 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 3

Attack Squadron 46 ; ,New Books at 'Library I

: Time on your hands? Pay a the James Joyce fan could read table Plato, Voltaire, Nletzche.
I visit to your Station Library.. "Portrait of the Artist," short Gibbon and others.In .
You'll find the schedule of open stories in the "Dubliners" collection all, the series comprisesover
t Gets New Skipper hours at the bottom of this along with a bio- 30 volume These and other
column. graphical sketch of the author. new books are on the shelves
The Cecil Field Library has All this without taking home an with something to please every
recently acquired the Viking armful of books -- thus, the literary appetite.Library .
." Press "Portable" series., For name "Portable." hours are: 7:30 a.m.
,.' the information of those not fami- Other popular volumes in this to 5 p.m. & 6 p.m.. to 9:30 p.m.
liar with these books, each series are, for the Fiction reader Monday through Friday.Saturday
.", volume In the series brings together : The Portable Steinbeck. The hours are 10 a.m.. to noon; 1
op a varied collection of the Portable Faulkner, and The Por- to 5 p.m. and 6 to 9:30 p.m.
.- :: works of a single author. table D. H. Lawrence. For those Sundays and holidays 1 to 5 p.m.
jf For example, in one volune who like heavier fare, The'PQrDl and 6 to 9:30 p.m.'
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1 pi Toys
Y TotsIn

the past years the Weapons : for trained people
Department aboard NAS Cecil -
Field has been active Ingath- \ IBM KEY PUNCH CASHIER CHECKER
ering used toys to repair and
refinish and ultimately bright i'

L______ ; en the Christmas season for some HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA NOT REQUIRED ks
of the less fortunate children in \. DAY OR EVENING CLASSES AVAILABLE r ..x; rz""
Commander F. S. Dunning reads his orders at Change of Command the Jacksonville area. s>>, TRANSFER COURSES 4 PRIVILEGES TO It 'EBKI <

Ceremonies where he relieved Commander R. L. Lawler This year Weapons Department voiiroLK, aa MIIMOrun..,\DUIIIIVI'CNSUOl ,
of will not be sponsors of the usual I \ MCMI'IIIN *
VA-46. "Toys for Tots" drive --
but this does not mean that the CALL 356-8301 h1's4: ?4
Attack Squadron Forty Six'snew tlon Midshipman Program. He men in Weapons have forgotten:
commanding officer, Com- received his "wings" in April \
the children or decided to neglect TRAINING
mander Fred S. relie-
1950 and was commissioned in them. Rather, it is because the INSTITUTE
ved Commander Robert L.
Lawler as skipper last Thurs- August 1950. He served four past efforts of NAS Cecil Field 28? WEST ADAMS ST
In Composite Squadron personnel havebrought
day in Hanger 825 aboard NAS years "Toys n' ? e 7TH FLOOR
Three, which included two Korean for Tots" drive to the attentionof
Cecil Field.
War deployments on night fighter local civic organizations, thus Sst tZc
Cmdr. Lawler reported to teams aboard the USS Princetonand assuring more widespread com-
VA-46 in November 1964 as Exe- the USS Philippine Sea. For munity endorsement and supportfor
cutive Officer and served in this his participation in the Korean the drive. This year's driveis
capacity untill November 1965 War, he was awarded two air already under way by an organization LOOKINGat
when he assumed command of the medals.A sponsored by the local
squadron. He will report to the Bachelor of Science degreein JayCees. the new ones from every angle?
USS Essex (CVS-9) for his next Aeronautical Engineering and Cmdr. L. W. Lawton, Cecil
tour of duty. a Master of ,Science degree for Field Weapons Officer, advised
studies in Nuclear Engineeringwere this week that, even though Weapons -"TV*
As new skipper,Cmdr.Dunningis received by Cmdr. Dunning is not the primary sponsorof
not unfamiliar with VA-46for after attending ,the U.S. Naval the drive this year, they will _
he has been Executive Officer of Postgraduate Schools at,Mon- still collect; reparable toys and -
the squadron since December terey, California and atOakridge, .. turn;them over to the'sponsoringi ., : : : ; -
It?. ." .Tennessee'.\ Following, his post- 'i organization.-Anyone, wishing: -'
Cmdr. Dunning entered the graduate tour, Cmdr. Dunning donate toys, or desiring'more : 11''
Navy in 1946 through the AviaE served at the Nuclear Weapons information, should contact Lt. ,
Training Unit (Atlantic) as an Felguth at Ext. 72 or: 75 '
:? instructor in the employment of
'\ ..w'....- nuclear weapons. Two Honored ,
In 1959 Cmdr. Dunning com--'
.p... ;nencedtrainingasareplacementpilot
in the A4 aircraft. Laterhe
joined VA-83 for two Mediterranean at NAMTD"Instructor
deployments servingas

,Maintenance Officer and Operations of the Month" a- Ir

,Officer until July1962. wards for the month of October Us Help You Buy.It
were presented to ATI EdwardH.
After a year at the Naval War
College, concluding in June 1963, Wassell of NAMTD-1016 and With A'
ATR-2 John W.. Slumpff of
>t Cmdr. Dunning served a two year
.I tour on the staff of CINCSOUTH NAMTD-1034 in ceremonies held UNION, LOAN
as Target Analyst and Planning aboard NAS Cecil Field last
Officer. For his services there, Tuesday. Making the presen-
he was awarded the Joint Service tations was' the Officer-in- Jax EedeitaeeEvr
Commendation Medal. Charge NAMTRADETS.The Af&vy

Cmdr. Dunning Is married to awards, presented along
the former Mary Elaine Jones of with Letters of Commendation
Nashville, Tennessee. lie and were in recognition of outstanding
his wife reside at 4670 LongBow performance as instructorslea
Road, Jacksonville. dership ability, and military ap- T.'. 38/-/121.> 6.,.e.,. 8507 r"'.,. ,V 'I-MII. f,fc 20 S
pearance. Harm Mo"'','. 9t30-430 H..,."...... FA. 8:30.3.00

MAS". Captain and Mrs.U. .
L. Fretwell are escortedby
Mrs. J. S. Christiansencenter

( ) as they arrive at the
Annual Christmas Bazaar

sponsored by the Officer's
Wives of HAS Cecil Field./ /

The bazaar was held at the
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page 4 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER November 23, 1966

Nomination Committee NamedFor NARTU News Views

____i C U 's January Meeting :

At the forthcoming annual While nominations are always Credit Union office. .S /j
meeting of the Jnx: Navy Fedora received from the floor,,should Plan now to attend the Jax Navy _
Credit Union, scheduled for Fri any acquaintance be interested Federal Credit Union Annual
day 27th of January 1967, three in running for one of Meeting where you' have an opportunity -
seats on the Board ofDirectors these positions, they should Inform to receive the reports con-
and two seats on the Credit Committee the Nominating Committee cerning its operations and elect ; _-
will be filled. Chairman, not later than Decem- officials. Exercise the one vote
President Roland E. Byrd has ber 30, 1966 In order that the provided members regardlessof :
appointed a nominating com- names may. be considered for amount of shares held.Servicemen .
mittee consisting of Mr. W.L. placing on the ballot. It Is requested -
Purcell 0 & R Chairman; that nominatidns be sub- \\S
Capt. R.D., Nauman MC USN, mitted In writing and that they
Medical Department and Mr. F. Include a, resume of the nominees Aid
Ray Forrest SupplyDepartment, qualifications. Forms for this S
to nominate individuals for these ,purpose are available from the In GemlnlShots :
positions Nominating Committee or at the _

Though much of It goes on unnoticed -
Lt. Jastremski Receives by die general public,It Is CAPT. C. D. SIMONSEN, NARTU CO, presents a monetary
II a fact that the U.S. has about gift to Crawley Lee Ellis/// from the men of NARTU Jax In appreciation -
SecNav CommendationThe 10,000 Department of Defense of his heroic action in aiding two pilots involved ina
personnel around the world working helicopter accident Nov. 6.
with Its Gemini man-in-space
Maintenance Control Of nilssle shots.
ficer of Airborne Early Warning During the Crawley Ellis of Jacksonville was presented a monetary gift
operation ,
Squadron Four, Lt. R.E Jastre find airmen and soldiers manning one can of $571 from the men of NARTU Jax in appreciation of his heroic
mski, ,received a commendatior tracking stations, sailors aboard action In aiding two pilots whose helicopter crashed near his
from the Secretary of the Navj recovery ships and men airborneIn home, November 6th.
for his performance of duty while Helicopters planes waiting Witnessing the crash from his back porch, he Immediately ran
attached to Training SquadrorFour S for the splash down. toward the burning wreckage Lt. Gary L. Kochert, who had
YOF.4T4 managed to free himself from his safety harness, fell the
in Pensacola, Fla., froir When the call comes in, these near
May 1U64 to July 1966. ... thousands of men take up their flaming craft
Lt. Jastremsklfcho has servein "JJIiI posts for the missle shot. Ellis pulled lieutenant: away Hospital in Texas. Lt. Kochert,
both the Atlantic und Pacific : I/' As stated in recent Issue of from the wreckage and attemptedto also at Brook Hospital, Is in
Fleets during his 25 years of (, .; ." the Navy Times, "The successof put out his burning clothing. satisfactory condition.
Naval: Service, was presented the f ; / the nation's missleandGemini Upon discovering another man, ADR2 Boyce A.McDougald was
award at a, command personnel programs has come about In no who was desperately trying to killed In the crash. He was on
: : tt" free himself from the
Inspection held November 10. small part through the research active duty as a member of
/ J the helicopter, he returned to
Cdr. R.V. Uimellck, the commanding planning and functions of NARTU when the crash occu-
officer of the "Hur with THAKON Four." support the craft, now engulfed In flames.
men In uniform. While theywear red.CDR.
ricane Hunters", presented the "Through his leadershipand different suits, when the big birdIs lie pulled CDR Robert.Hicks Hicks: of St. Petersburg,
commendation on behalf of the management aballlty, The boosted Into the heavens, they free and dragged him to safety. Fla. was attending his weekend
Secretary.The Maintenance: Control Divisionac- all pull for a successful launch." Ellis' wife brought blankets to extinguish training as a Selected Air Re
commendation cited Lt. hieved two consecutive grades of the burning clothing of servist.Lt. :
Jastremskl "for fulfilling hIs outstanding in their Annual Ad- the two men.. Kochert, on active duty
duties with outstanding skill.and ministrative/Material In- Overseas Deposits with NARTU Is the Helicopter
Ellis became aware cf a third
resourcefulness while'sen'ng! spections. Training: Officer.
man in the burning helicopter and
touch $5 had to be restrained by his! wife
-II JM "Shwtimrs"' S.lM.. InW Ntirly from returning to the craft,which up NARTU the ladder Jax took of advancementswhen another step
{ now burned uncontrollably.The .
The NAS Jas theatre group, 'at King: Hall. Million 1st Month 38 men were advanced Nov.
"The ahowtlnieH", have planned The group Is seeking new mem- gift, a token of admirationfor 16. Advanced were 28 men Inthe
an organizational meeting for bers with acting and technical his great courage, was presented E-4 through,E-7 category seven
No\ 29, beginning at 7:30 p.m skills. During the first month of o- by Capt. Carl D. Simon- new senior chiefs, and one new
peration in September, the new sen, Commanding Officer of the master chief. overall passing
Uniformed Savings Deposits Program Jacksonville Unit. figure for the August exam was '
recorded nearly $5 millionin CDR I Hicks Is still In critical: 56 percent of those who took the
MEADOWBROOKTERRACE overseas deposits. condition at the Brook Army test.
This Is the program designedto
serve the dual purpose of providing NATTC :
an attractive savings program .
for overseas military personnel -
.In Beautiful and of helping to redressthe Behind The Scene8y
adverse U.S. "Gold Flow"or
balance of payments. .
Under the law, the Presidentcan Idell Fondingsland
; :
5 ,, prescribe:? or change at any Aviation Electrician's Mate, A class leader. AE1 W.C. Anthonywas
time the interest rate to a 10 School class 625, graduated No- the class advisor. Lt. J.D.
percent maximum. In mid-Au- vember 17 after havng set anew Hudson, Training Officer-for AE
; gust President Johnson set the class, average,record. "A" School presented graduation -
BEDROOMS3BATHS maximum 10 percent,,Interest certificates and congratulated -
rate, compounded quarterly on The previous record of 81.17 the class on breaking. {the
deposits up to 10,000 dollar. was set by class 617 In Septemberthis record average. ,
year has now been topped by ........
Department: of Defense Statistics class 625's 81,53 average. Duringthe
0750 for September show' that course of training, class 625
mo. more than 20,000 officer and won the title of honorclass twice. The honorman: for Aviation Or-
M Per men from all services Joined the AA T.L. Clayton was the class nanceman School is AN O.E.
program In its first month of I honorman with an average of Deterding of class 632. The

Many Different Floor Plans operation.The 93.65. Seven men in' the,class, honorclass Is class 637A
.averaged over 90.
The Aviation Electrician's
service breakdown
.ACCREDITEDSCHOOLS Army: 12.8J2, Air -Force,was 6,160: The class leaders were AN A. Mate' Honorman is AN M. Wein-
Navy, 1,150 and Marine Corps,; R. Thompson Navy class leader gart of class 626. The honor
LOWTAXES SHOPPING CENTER 2OV. and Lcpl. P. Kirk, Marine class is class, 629.


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I' I Jacksonville Area Civil Service News 11 I I

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Merit Promotion Can L.w Create
Save your pay at 10 per cent MOOSEHEAD
N.w interest. Ask about the Uni-
Advance An Employee Political formed Savings Deposit Plan. Restaurant and Tavern 7

Activity Com

When Vacancies Occur The President has signed into NOW SERVING!

law an Act that establishes a
The following NAS Jacksonville employees have been promoted Commission on Political Activityof NOW Breikfist,
In accordance with the station's Merit Promotion Program: Government Personnel. The ae. Leech
Commission will study existing y 6;
NAME TO l Federal laws which limit the .
.. uJDliaern
political activity of Federal and \.\( '
OVERHAUL AND REPAIR DEPARTMENT certain( State officers and em- ::::::/.

Thrallklll Wayne H. II Student Trainee (Chemist), GS-3 .' somepeople .:. tosr
Robinson Willie 1f
Electronics Mechanic
Twelve persons will serve on r. r
Evans Roy L.
Industrial Tractor Operator the Commission. The Speaker NEW LOCATION
Katfoah. Robert D. Planner & Estimator (A/C Engine Mech.)
of the House the President of will do
?a e'iJohnJ' Machinist the Senate and the President t. lJ07 HWY 17
Rohweller Donald T. Quarterman (A/C Overhaul and Repair) each will appoint four members.To ORANGE PARK
Mann, Robert D. Industrial Engineering Technician GS-9
Fletcher Clarence J. Planner & Estimator (Electronics Mech. insure a bipartisan com-
) for ::
Novak Adolph A. Inspector (A/C Assembly) position not more than half the n:2:: p -.. ,_ -
Duncan Hugh I. Aircraft examiner (A/c Engine Mech.) members will be from one political $
Bedenbaugh Fred L. Foreman Mechanic (A/C 0 & R) party. WESTSIDEShopping'for
Dew. Preston W. Aircraft examiner (A/C Engine tech.) When he signed the law, Pre- THe+ mmscH cowonanon
Smith Louie E. Aircraft Examiner (A/C Engine Mech.) sident Johnson said: ,
Kitts Claud H. Aircraft Examiner (A/C Engine Mech "The Commission must held JaCK temmonweiieemaimau
Deel Jacob M. Industrial Engineering Technician GS-7 'us resolve three important ques-
Crider Marlin Instrument Mechanic (Electronics) tions; I
Kosa Alexander Jr. Instrument Mechanic (Electronics)
Dorman Carlos R. Instrument Mechanic(Electronics) "1. HoW strictly should the mBIUYWIUKH'SImeFomunecooKie
Bachmeister, TheodoreW. Aircraft examiner (Electronics Mech.) Government limit the political
Taylor Henry W. Jr. Instrument Mechanic (Electronics) actions of Federal employees?
Clark Ralph D. Instrument Mechanic (Electronics) "2.' How tightly should the wwsof .IItNd ftumreo aRTISTS
Caraway, Donald B. Aircraft Instrument Mechanic Federal Government control the _J a Used Car?
Munsey, William Industrial Engineer GS-11 political activities of State em- START HERE
Smith, Glenn B. Instrument Mechanic (Electronics) ployees who work primarily in
Frazier Jack M. Instrument Meachanic (Electronics) programs financed by Federal v Now 64 Olds. .i .1695
Morris John T.Jr. Industrial Engineer, GS-9 funds? tit 4 Dr. Air Cond., load.d63liickE.225

SUPPLY DEPARTMENT "3. What penalties should be rrt a ;,,.. 1395
attached to violations of the political 4 Dr. H. T., air cond., loaded
Zingaro, Angelo D. Procurement Clerk (Typist) GS-4 activity statutes?
Blackburn, Mildred B. Supply Clerk, GS-4 V 64 ..111.1. 12951Dr.1t.T.R&H
The President continued: "Our
DATA PROCESSING DEPARTMENT answers to these questions must
reflect the great value! we attachto i3VdlMt.' |95
.Hoffman, Richard D.: Computer P ograme ,,GSj7.; :",, ,. the integrity of the career civil A.J L aZ 4 Drf R *'K f" -f f60VWS
Gay J rrell o. 'r' Computer Programer GS-7 service'and the efficiency of Government > rMf..5f5
Lockerman.WImbley D. Jr. Computer Programer, GS-7 administration." FTNLj. .
Henderson, Frank R. GS-7
Computer Programer,
He said these issues are as 62YW Stl. W.|. .695
COMPTROLLER DEPARTMENT old as the Republic itself' that ., V
they have demanded and received FINISH HERE:.
Wills, Margine T. Accounts Maintenance Clerk GS-3
much attention, but no more than

Harland R. Meat Cutter "The political structures INC.
Timmerman Joel W. Meat Cutter which are so vital a part of our 7850 S. Lane Ave. 787-5577
Jenkins, Claudia C. 'Accounting Technician GS-5 system have been strengthened by A laevtasu L Open 8 am to 8 ptnj ,Sat. 5
Hall, Virginia E. Clerk GS-3 protection of Government em- 1ECHNICOIOR- pm CLOSED SUNDAYS
ployees against undue political
Influence and unwise political
Wise Becky J. Voucher Examiner GS-4 activity the President said.

DSSO J01 0 1
I Price. Jackson C. Property Sales Specialist GS-11

PNeeuerli Yeccire, IndtptHiitiit Man's lowliHg

jD.'...... .y'NIH Process Division 14 19
.. :Civil Service medical'resear-' Team Won Lost Machinists I 13.5 19.5T58
chers at the National Institutesof Shop 12 21
Health have conducted early Operations Analysis, 23 10 Production Control 32 21
trials.of an Experimental vaccine Planning 21 12 Machinists II 11.5 21.5
that is reported to give-"sIgni- A/C Instruments .'20 13 Machinists II 11.5 21.5 s
ficant protection" against a Production Planning 20 13
microbe which is a major cause Power Plant II 19 14 Help Uncle Sam cut his balance
of primary and typical pneumonia.The Power Plant I 19 14 of payments deficit. But American

microbe, Mycoplasna Control Div. Supply 19 14 Products. :,
pneumoniae ranks as one of Public Works 17 16 U.S. :. .
Buy "
A/C Preservation 15.5 17.5
the most Important health pro-
blems In the armed forces, andit Test Cells 15.5 17.5 Savidngs 11
is estimated to be the cause Engineering 15 18 .

of in up the to 20-30 half the age pneumonia group of cases the JANE BE NIMBLE JACK BE QUICK .

NIH investigators on the pro-
ject have been Doctors CharlesB. Dtaailt I.c.lytl..
Smith, William Friedewald PICN'SAVE- No more make-do Christ wesklr. 50 wttksi
Robert Alford, and Robert M.
masses for youl You can give .50 25.00
Chanock. them "just what they want" 1.o0. 50.00
IT SAVE when you've saved ahead our 2.00 100.00
Christmas Club way. Join for 3.00 150.00
WINDSOR ARMS DRUGS STORE '67 n"wl! 5.00 250.00


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ConV.to NAS, Cecil Field, Shop- 4328 Blanding Blvd. at Harlow Jacksonville, Florida
pingschools & city buses. LUNCHEON SPECIALS '


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are really in a big hurry, please call out a.cheery greeting .
,: i g as you run out the door.) .

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for an amount you can most easily afford. -.n. t
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Then you save that amount each week _-.d.-L-. _____ ___ ; : '
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you receive your Christmas Club check.Be Merchants. ( 'GUM.. Stamps CHOW FOR THE CREW, while/ not a/woyj/ fancy, Is wholesome and nutritious. We believe in the old-fashioned i,;.. I'' '. I. ;:;r,

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'w"' Military In V N
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Get Added q


addition to signing a bill extending -
rca: mail privileges for per- .
sonnel in Vietnam, President qj.ror r, .
-U Johnson, on return from his
visit with Servicemen in South-

east Asia, signed three other
w bills that directly enhance the <
flgr welfare of servicemen and their .
.1 families. "tr
One bill will raise the combat

pay federal tax exemption for
r -.t junior officers from$200 to$500.
{ I The President said the bill "will
1 help eliminate a tax inequity that
exists among our fighting men
9 in Vietnam."
Enlisted men are already
L4 exempt from federal tax on pay

battle received zone.while. serving in the CONGRESSMAN CHARLES E. BENNETT, of the House Armed

Service Committee, speaks at the 0 & R regular safety meeting,
Nov. 16. He then toured several of the enlistedmen's barracks,

Extra 30-Day LeavesThe to view the conditions of the barracks.
PATROL SQUADRON 78'$ new skipper, Cdr. Roy Zicht (left)

Capt. Trautman, Chief of Staff, (center) and Cdr. Turner, (left) President also signed a

of Wings Lantm spent two days at VP 78'$ detachment ofGuan- bill authorizing a special 30-day Military Pay ChecksTo
tanimo/ Bay, Cuba, for an extensive tour of the squadrons facie leave for servicemen who voluntarily -
titles there. extend their tour of dutyin
South Vietnam for at least
six months. This special leaveis Be Computerized
not chargeable to regular
leave. All transportation coststo

MILITARY AUTO INSURANCEAll and from the place the ser- (Commanders Digest, Nov. 16)) The Department of defense intendsto

viceman elects to spend his leave fully computerize every military man's paycheck by July I, 1969.
Ranks All Ages will be paid for by the govern- The announcement was made Nov. 4, in the form of DOD Directive -

ment.. 7330.3 which established "JUMPS" or Joint Uniform Military
LOW RATES The last of the four new bills Pay System.

signed by the President, liber- Assistant Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) will serve as the
EASY MONTHLY alizes the compensation pay Department of Defense focal point for "JUMPS". Officials of his
merits to children and eligible office po'int out'the system will be given a thorough Shakedown and
parents of veterans whose deathis gain government accounting office approval before it is put into
service connected and operation.
streamlines the paperwork Involved "JUMPS" is officially described -
in applying for these and as "the first major step of a It should also have a Favorable
related benefits."Everything long-range evolving program for impact on the balance of paymentsin
continuous of the, all
improvement overseas areas.
Will/// Be Done""There "
Military pay system. The new DOD Directive will require -
eadi of the
can be no true measure military'depart-
of the heroic efforts of our ser- ments 'to establish one centralized
6479 Roosevelt Blvd. 388-7676 vice,nen in Vietnam," the Presi- For one thing It would elimInate I jay, center,at-a,single)location -
dent said, "but at least" we can clerical work'and bottle- to handle 100 percent,of,its
2990 Mayport Rd. 249-5649 Call Us AnytimefHDKSGIVJIG necks at base level thereby ,
assure them-through legislationsuch active duty members. ,
as the four bills I have becoming more responsive to pay
Cash will remain
from payments at
changes promotion, con-
signed that everything we can
base level. But DODofficlals are
action in
or even
i do for them will be done. encouraging check ,
tax structure. For another it payments
President Johnson stressed, would reduce erroneous particularly the check to bank
"Our are the best trained
men method from eachsef\'ice's cen-
and best in his-
equipped our
tral center.
would also give DOD officials pay
They are under the com-
tory. While the computerized
? ready-made date now obtained pay
mand of our most able military system will be geared to such
only through special reporting
leaders.... '
i methods. This, too, would resultin modern electronic communication -
"We will fail our men
never betterment of the networks as AUTODIN it '
in. uniform.! system. I
and our debt is great.
; ting by mail.
Another major benefit would bea
h. ,,,
Thankful arti happy
significant reduction in pay pro

famil!.i .rvlc.! In cessing personnel at the local \ I" .
Safety deposit boxes filled with level with a resultant decreasing

the church of your choice t" U. S. Savings Bonds spell sec logistical burden in, such places -0-
i } 1 rity. as Southeast Asia,
:. .all th.i. arc a part:\ j SI, 'L, \ %
of Thanksgiving. May', ,j / The Gift That Goes Everywhere

your holiday hold it Lasts for Always ,
many bUnlngi.IEUAII. L.

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MoviesMovies .!w. Club Schedules '

; o.+;
at the NAS JaxTheatre NASJAX I\\

will be shown regularly at 6 and "0" CLUB; Tonight is family chicken night, being served from ......... .gL..o. D.
8il5 p.m., Monday through 6 p.m. until 9 Thursday, the club will present it's annual """ .... ...'.. .w. : ; :,..., ...
Saturday; In addition to the Thanksgiving Buffet.p.m. The, buffet will be from 12 p.m. until 8 p.m. :; M 1i j;: :M ;j ::1 ::j: :M : i: : :ij: : :i :: ::::j: m:: :$:i:::: : :::: :::;:::;::::: fAds

two evening shows there will bea continuously. Reservations are requested. Priced at $2.50 per

matinee at 2 p.m. on Satur- person and $1.50 for children under 12 years of age. Friday, en- should be mailed to the Holt
day, Sundays and holiday The Joy dancing music provided by "The Page Five" from 8 p.m. until 1950BI Hospital Theatre will have one 12 a.m. Saturday, Happy Hour from 3:30 p.m. until 6 p.m. not later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
weekly feature at 7 p.m. Commencing at 8:30 p.m. until 12:30 a.m. dancing music will be day. Adi arriving' too late for this deadline will be published
Cecil Field will have two shows provided by "Charlie Jay". Tuesday, is foreign dish night with, the following week unless the publisher is instructed other-
during the' week at 5:30 and 8 Scandinavian food being the dish this week. wise. A check or money order for the full cost of the ad must
p.m. Matinees will be shownon be received WITH the copy for the ad.
weekends at 2 p.m. "C.P.O" CLUB: Tonight Is Happy Hour which begins at 4:40
pm. Thursday, the Thanksgiving day turkey dinner will be served DO NOT SEND CASH

November 24, 1966 from 12 p.m. until 9 p.m. Priced at $J.OO per persons and$.75 RATE: Minimum charge ((3 linct). . . ? $2.00
for a child's plate. Friday, dance to "FRANK BINUHRS) COMBO" Per additional line ((4 words p.rlin.. ;. /.'.'0.50
NAS: 10TH VICTIM" With Saturday, enjoy music by the "BUDDY CLARK COMBO". Sunday
Marcello Mastroiannl and Ursula entertainment music will be provided by "MARK CASTLE". Mon-
day and Tuesday Happy Hour begins at 4:30
Andress (100 min.) p.m. FOR SALE: FIVE AKC REG. SEVERAL POSITIONS Availablein
HOSPITAL: "AN EYE FOR "ACEY DUCEY CLUB": Thursday Thanksgiving day dinner will DACHSUND PUPS 7 wks. old. Jacksonville and Mayportareas.
AN EYE": With Robert Lansingand be served in the new dining hall. Dinner will be served from $65 ( Temp. Inoc.) 264 6282 Military background
GloriaTalbot ((100 min.) 12:30 p.m. until 8 p.m. Priced at $1.35 for adults and $.85 per would be helpful. A'Cry rewarding -
C. FIELD: "THIS PROPERTYIS child. Friday for your entertainment enjoyment listen to music career possible for the
CONDEMNED"' : With Natalie by "THE HOLIDAYS" along with the GoGo Girls. Saturday music NEAR SCHOOLSMOVETODAY Right Man. Write to the Regional -
Wood and Robert Redford (118 will be brought by "MEL GADEN AND THE COUNTRY GIRLS". Gorgeous 3 bedrm 1 1/2 bath & Director, P.O. Box 13177, Orlando -
min.) Sunday, "CASEY JOHNSON AND THE MOONLIGHTERS" will kitchen equipped homes. Full Fla. 32809.STARBELLE .
provide the music"BLUEJACKETS year warranty $91 mo, includesall.
November 25, 1966 Nothing down to vets. Min. BOARDING KENNEL -
INN": Tonight Is game night; beginning at
FHA down. Salesman 7
on duty Bathing,grooming,train-
p.m. Thursday Is our: Special Thanksgiving dinner, which will
be served with'all the from 9 days week. Drive out & see us ing, See us first. 7259882.
NAS: "MCLINTOCK": With trimmings a.m. until 11 p.m. Priced
at Timuquana Heights 7716200.
at $1.25 for adults and $.75 for child's ,
John Wayne and Maureen O'Hara a plate. Also music will
(127 min.) be provided continuously from 11 a.m. until 12 p.m..featuring "THE
: :
With Marcello Mastroiannl and COATS". at night. Friday, from 8 :30 p.m, until 12:45 a.m. danceto REAL ESTATE: FREE. CONSUL-' Down' Homes'Orange A Park
Ursula Andress ((100 min.) music by "MARCH WILSON AND THE REDCOATS". Saturdaywill TATION advice. 7 days a week. Realty 2642411.
C. FIELD: "THE TRAM- be the informal matinee dance from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. with music Homes for sale, $100 Down.
PLERS": With Joseph Cotton by "THE RAVENS". And then In the evening enjoy music by "THE Equities, No Qualifying. -Rent
and Gordon Scott ((113 min.) CHANTELS". Sunday is the family dance from 2 p.m. until 6 als. HomeSite Lots, Acreage, ORANGE PARK HOME FOR
with music by "TIlE RAVENS". And then in the evening From Investments. WALTER T.BOW-
November 26, 1966 7:30 p.m. until 12:45 a.m. "THE RAVENS", will continue to bring EN, Reg. Broker USN Retired. SALE: 2705 Shady Oak Lane -
Three Bed rooms, two baths
the entertainment music. Monday enjoy music by "LONNIE VES- 384-1376
NAS: "SEVENTHDAWN"WithWilliam SELL AND THE LOOSEENDS". Tuesday music will be by "PHIL Built in over & range, Wall
I Holden and Susannah CAY AND THE CHANTELS". furnace and laundry. Car -
York ((133 min.) NAS SINGER AUTOMATIC CONSOLE port. Large lot, and use of private -
HOSPITAL "MCLINTOCK" CECIL Model sewing machine zig zags, dock. $163.00 down includes -
: CPO CLUB. 23rd Baked Ham Dinner for 60 blind stitches buttonholes &
With John Wayne and Maureen Wednesday, cents closing costs insurancefor
O'Hara ((127 min.) and game night at 7:45 Thanksgiving Day, dinner for adults decorates eta Original price one year. $70.24 monthly
C. FIELD: "AN EYE FOR $1.65; for children 13 and under, 65 cents. Friday features lob $300. Has balance $69. or reliable Includes intercut at 6 %.
AN EYE" With Robert ster dinner at $2.35. Saturday, 26th, 10 oz. K.C. steak for $1.35. party: can assume $8. HAUGHTON & CO, INC. Realtor
: Lansingand
Gloria Talbot ((98 min.) Mark Castle provides the entertainment both Friday and Saturday.On monthly payments. WILL TAKE 355 -' 9666. 111 W. Bay Street
Sunday, ,16 oz. T-bone steak will be $1.85: with child's plate OLDER MACHINE. AS PART
of chopped, sirloin for 50 cents. Monday, the Galley and Package PAYMENT. Phone CREDIT
November 27 1966
Store will be closed. MGR. Jacksonville 3531946.Will SINGER TOUCH & SEW CHAIN

deliver, No. obligation.TEMPORARY .. Stitches, no bobbin to wind. 5
HAS: "BIG 'HAND' FOR'THELITTLE EM CLUB. Surprise Happy Hour on Wednesday, Mel Gaden Band "' (' mo. old'Jn 4 drawer walnut desk.

LADY": With Henry plays. Thursday Half-chicken special for 60 cents, Bingoat Original price $500, Balance
Fonda and JoAnne Woodward ((113 7 p.m.', wltn band after Bingo. Friday, Surprise Happy Hour HELP: STENOS, $175 .cash or $10' mo.. Call 384-
min.) with the Rhythm Kings. Sunday features the Phil Cay Band and Typists, Key punch operators, 1312.' fI
HOSPITAL: "SEVEN T H" the Go Go girls. Happy Hour, 5 to 6 on Monday, with Surprise for 'temporary assignments as
DAWN" with William Holden and Happy Hour on Tuesday and Wednesday.DINNER you are available. TEMPORARY '
Susannah York ((133 min) TALENT1130 .'ACL BLDG.356- NEED HELP! NEED IMMEDiately -
C. FIELD: "10TH[ VICTIM" 0753. full or part timeto
with Marcello Mastroianni and handle overflowing Christmas
Ursula Andress ((100 min.) business. Some executive posi-
:: < TAKE OVER PAYMENTS 1 tions available. Call Vivianne

November 28, 1966 3 BR, 1 1/2 B, Cent, heat, W/W Woodward Cosmetics, 3843821.
carpet, yen blinds, Manyextras.
Beaut. Oak shaded patio Conv.
NAS: "TIlE OSCAR" : With '
and Elke Sommer
StephenBoyd BKR., 771 0374 or 781 3634. Ladies '65 Class ring. Initials
(113 min)
HOSPITAL: "BIG HAND FOR I NI G. G., Reward. Call HM }' 2
LADY" With Ellison, Jax Ext. 791. J
> i s'f
Fonda and Wood-
Henry JoAnne
Exciting Symbra Brassiere to
ward ((113 min.) f If
"MCLINTOCK" '' -.v' your friends. Become a Symbra CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! I IGive
C. FIELD: : 40.1 qg Consultant Phone 264- 6906or him orheraRecllner lr.
& Maureen +r
With John Wayne
2644016. ? '. Reg. $89.50 -' Close out special
O'Hara ((127 min) 1. ::- .849.50 WESOONy4ETT FUR 1-

0I FVRtf.. APT. J4r. NAS & CECIL Tl'Re Wescoilnett Blvd at
November 29, 1966 1 BR., Swim pool, $565 mo. 771- 103rd St. Phone. 771 070.PENSACOLA .
0348. i,' ,

Stevens ((114 min.) w/garage, 6 ml. to NAS. Contact 4 BR,. 2 B, unfurn., )g. yard,
HOSPITAL: "THE OSCAR": L. L. Mason ADR2 Ext. 8417. conv. to NAS and Saufley FIEld,
With Stephen Boyd and Elke Som Phone'' 264 6884. -.
mer ((113 min.) FREIGHT SALVAGE
andSusannah York ((138 min.) i 3. BR:! house, completely furn.,
Slightly scratched has original Orange Park Will rent to ,TAD
November 30, 1966 guarantees. Makes buttonholes, pers. or bachelors. 264 6884.

I sews on buttons, fancy Zig Zag
NAS: "MURIETA": With Jeffrey SHOAL designs. No attachments needed.
Hunter and Arthur Kennedy $49 cash or terms Free home TAKE OVER PAYMENTS10 -
((131 min.) inspection. Will deliver, no obligation x 50 ft. Magnolia Mobile Home
CALL WAREHOUSE $2,000 paid No equity Needs
HOSPITAL: "NEVER TOO 353 1946, anytime. 2 beds. Ph 771 2692.
LATE": With Paul Ford and at the RED BARN
Connie Stevens (114 min.) ..

Complete Turkey Dinner MILITARYAUTO
C. Field: :"BIG HAND FOR
Henry Fonda and JoAnne wood-
ward ((113 min.) ALL YOU CAN EAT $ ] 50 person INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES

SERVED FAMILY 'STYLE AGE 21-24 Married $10.40 mo.

Buy e l. :ESa.aaX1t.: AGE21-24' State Single and ; $12.80 O.RoblrtU .

LIVE BARBQUE FRIDAY Travis ft Associate,, IRC.NAS .

Bonds BAND NIGHT 1st Office N. of Gate 6483 Roosevelt Blvd. 33E-3583;
5213 WESCONNETT BLVD, USNS -.MaypoU, Jar Beach .. 1127 N. Third' SC.AJA)246-642f_

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I ((58.38)) ((58.38)) (47.49)) (62.34)) ((66.30)) ((52.25)) "Spirts for the Spec tor" """'

... :C .... ...
J. Army at Navy Navy Army Army 'Army Army Army .

2. South Car at Clem./ Clem. Clem Clem. Clem Clem On November 26th hundreds of have ydur "lost" mascot pre-
!'_ articles of government issue sented during half time in
clothing willbe front of the millions of viewers
3. Maryland at Fla./ St. Fla. St. Fla. St. Fla. St. Fla. St.
Fla St 'F/a./ St. ed. Hundreds of hats will be across the counry. There are
flung into the sky with abandon, also other acts of sabotage attesting -
4. Miami (Fla) at Fla .Fla Miami' ''Miami'. Mlaml Fla.. Miami some will be slow returning to to the military geniusof
the owner, and some will be their perpetrators and the
5. Ga. Tech. at Ga. Ga, Tech, .Ga. Ga. ;(;0. 'Ga. Ga. trampled under uncaring feet. military ineptness of their vic
Hundreds of uniforms will be

6. Nebraska'at Okla. Neb.'; 'Neb;. "i'i b. :".f'Neb: Neb. Nb. soiled, pounded, perhaps even tims.Watch the newspapers from
accidentally torn in the melee- row to game time to learn who
but no one will be too concerned did what to whom this year.
7. Notre Dame at'USC N. Dame N; Dame. N. Dame 'N'Dame N Dame N. Dame about any of this. For on this Before the game both academies -

' day Navy and Army meet on the march into the stadium information
8. Texas A d M at Texas Texas Texas I Texas. .' Texas Texas Texas football battlefield in Phila- to take their reserved
delphia.All section. These blocks of bland
9. H. Cross at B. C. H. Cross H. Cross H. Cross H. Cross H. Cross H. Cross over the world the academy gray become cheering sec-
graduates will be watching or tions, card sections, and launch-

10. Yir at N. Car. N. Car. Vir. Vlr. V I r. Vir. Vir. listening to the 1966 version of ing pads for sheer pandemonium
this historic rivalry that dates each time their team scores.
back to 1880. On one side The game itself is usually a
CECIL FIELDBowling of the field will be the Cadet bitterly played contest regardless -
Corps and with them in spirit of records or standings,
-SBob's/ NewsThe will be the U. S. Army. On the and is decided only after it
Oak Hill other side. will be Midshipmenand Is over.
Blackshoes remained a- with them in spirit will be the At bases around the world, a
Pure Service CenterOpen head of the pack in the Monday U. S. Navy. collective groan will erupt and
Early League as they took three Actually the conflict usually at other bases it will be a col-
begins before the game time with lective cheer. Navy Officersand
from Missile
for your convenience 6 a.m. 10 p.m. games Weapons
team in last week's play. Once the "borrowing" of the other Army Officers will be
again, four of the Milpers men teams' mascot. The Army Mule waiting to see whether they should
road service pick-up & delivery rolled :500-plus> sets;Glen Archibald and Navy Goat have at least a bait or beat it before the baiting
((530)), Roger Fortney ((549)) double guard on them, but some begins.
mechanic OH duty..American & Foreign Cars Roy Specht ((518)) and Jim Anglea how they turn up missing frequently From this Sailor to Army men .
It is shameful indeed to About'That.
103rd & James Rd. ((510)). everywhere" Sorry
The Malta-Do's moved into 2nd .
Jacksonville. Fla. IM Standings
place as theydumpedVC4Malntenance -
for three games. The VA-174 SportsIn
Malta-Do's are now only 3.5 Football
games off the pace.. what might be termed one
The Alley Gators'stayed in 3rd Team Won Lost of their best defensive gamesof
just .5, games ahead of VC-4 Marines 9 1 the season, the VA -. 174
I line. The Doctors have' been V\'l174 7 2 "Hellrazors" upended VA-44'
steadily improving and have VA44 5 4 10 0, in last week's''intramural
moved out of the cellar. League VA45 3 6 football action. An 'aggressive
standingsare as follows: Weapons '2 '7.AMD '. "Hellrazor" line l kept VA-44 ,

Blackshoes A 29 ... 11* 2. .. .,.8t; :..,from mustering a sustained drive .. : ;
Malta-Do's I P' '. '. .. the .
: '25.5 614.5'Aney SkeenVA throughout entire game.'nq' .
Gators 2317 the pressure of crashing de-. '
VC-4 Line 22.5: 17.5 44 9 0 fensive ends even forced a
VA-64 19 21 VA 174 6 2 safety. .5 .5 .
VC-4 Malnt. 15, 25 Marine Bks 6 4 VA 174's first score came
('" Med-Dental 15 25 Medical 5. 4 late 'In the second quarter when
Missiles 11 29 Weapons lil 2 '7 VA 44's quarterback stepped
Tues. Early Weapons #2 0 10 out of the end zone for a safety.
It has been an uphill battle, The "Hellrazors" tallied againIn
.N. but. the Blackshoes led by Bill the fourth quarter as QB
Lemire ((571)) and GaryBabb((542} Snyder connected with a seven
finally climbed back into first yard pass to R.G. Less for the
place by taking four games from TD. A,short pass to Carmichael
VA-174 officers. The Black- added a two point conversion to
shoes were helped in their bid raise the final tally to 10 -..0.
by both the PenPushers & Han- The "Hellrazors" have one .
ger :67 dropping 'three gamesto MEXICAN FOOD regularly scheduled game leftto
these ,opponents. :The paceis TacosEnchiladas' play this season. So far this
I still tight as the standings year, their record is 7 2,
show: and one more win may mean a
.J with cash- :- chance for the' .
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PenPushers 23 9 Tamales
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Marine Bks 6 18 FOOD MADE FRESH ,
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I .J' \ Whistling In AIRLANT Edges PHIBUNT Fliers RapLakers

The Rigging For Fleet Football Crown TwiceHad

Norfolk Va.- --- A missed At halftime NAVAIRLANT lead an observer asked whether

By Lf. P. E. Thibodeou point after touchdown proved to be 14-13 after PHIBLANT scored these were the same lax Navy
the difference in the Atlantic and failed to make the point after Fliers on the basketball court as
The schedule for the 1966 Gator 20 St. Pete Venice FORA Fleet Touch Football Champion touchdown. Following the second the ones who played against the
Bowl Regatta events is out and Yacht Race ship finals as undefeated Naval half kickoff, PHBLANTmarched same Orlando Air Force Base
it looks like there'll two weeks 20-22 Jet 14 National MId- Air Force,Atlantic edged Amphibious for a third touchdown- and took team the previous weekend, the
of high powered activity for all winter Championship, Coral ReefY. Force, Atlantic 20-19 for over the lead 19-14,again miss ing common tendency would have
boating Interest. For the sailors, C., Miami the Atlantic Fleet crown 1 Friday. the extra point attempt. With 4 been to answer "no."
the following events will be of 28-3 Feb. Annual Bacardi minutes remaining in the game While winning handily at Jacksonville -
interest. Cup Int. Star Class competitionat NAVAIRLANT received the quarterback Jackson ran for 3 the Fliers had their
Dec. 18 10 A. M. at the Coral Reef Y. C., Miami opening kickoff and scored firston yards and the final score. Pat shooting troubles the first ten
Seminole Canoe Club 28 29 Tampa FORA tri-angle a pass from quarterback Don Minihan (VAP-62)) sealed the victory minutes at Orlando over the
Class C and D Sailing Canoes course race, Tampa Bay Jackson (VAP-C2)) to Ray Bad- when he intercepted a PHI- weekend. At the seven minute
Sail Board Boats ( Soorpian, -- No date set, 1967 Snipe ovinatz (VAP-62)) Jackson then BLANT pass with 26 seconds on mark they had three points pn
Sail/Sun Fish, Firecracker) World Championships, Coral ran for the extra point. the Scoreboard clock. the Scoreboard; at one point ''in
Three races. Harbor, Nassau the opening half it was 31-9,
Dec. 26 -1 p.m.Florida Yacht Orlando.
Club FEBRUARY But the Fliers came back.
Prams, Pelican 3 St. Pete Venice SORC race The final 88-79 Jax victory
Jan .1-10 p.m. at the Rud- 11 St. Pete Ft. Lauderdale j. came on 40 field goals and eight
der Club. SORC race free throws. The Fliers were
Gator Bowl Sailing RegattaAll 13 18 Gaspariila Pirate Fes- only given 12 attempts at the
classes including Cruis- tival, Tampa charity line for 40 minutes of
ers ( Three races) 17 22 26th Miami Boat Show,. basketball.
If you intend to sail in any of Dinner Key It. Charles H. Bryson, (VW4)led )
these events in the 14th annual 21 Washington Birthday Sail- (:( the attack with 30 points.

Gator Bowl Regatta, you must ing Regatta, W. Palm Beach Prop James Owens, (VP-7)) with 19
send your entry blank or request and Rudder Club and Lou Rada, (VP-30)) with 16
for Information to: NathanL. 24 Miami Freeport SORC + also sparked what can be calleda
Mallison, Chairman, Gator race. 'I I come-from-behind victory in
Bowl Regatta, 101 E. AdamsSt. .w every sense of the term.
., Jax, Fla. 32202 or to the MARCH Winning the sixth straight
Race Committee Chairman of the 4 Sir Thomas Lipton Cup SORC wasn't much easier Saturday
appropriate club. race, Miami "' night. Tied 89 all at the end of
In the interest of promotingwater 6 Miami Nassau SORC race regulation time, the Fliers out-
safety, the Navy Jackson- 10 Nassau Cup Race, Paradise scored Orlando 16-9 in overtimefor
ville Sailing Club has contacted Island, Bahamas a final 105-98 tally.
the local Red Cross Chapterin 15 16 Lightning Midwinter While John Edmonds of AMID
Jacksonville to try to fit its Championship, Coral Reef YC played the major rebound Ing role
sailing Instruction program Into 18 Tampa Bradenton FORA ; Friday, it was James Owens that,
that of the Red Cross. After Yacht Race --.k took up the ,slack in the waning
talking with their representativeit 20 Miami Montego Bay Yacht minutes of Saturday night's ac-
was decided NJSC instructors
possess the. qualifications to' By,adding ourlocal;race schedule tion.Blackburn .was tie big gun for
teach the Red Cross, .course. you can ,see that. sailing Js the Lakers' who thought it would
'. Consequently, our most qualified really going sport. In the Florida be apt to score two more'points
Skippers will be rated as Red area. than the number on his jersey 44.
Cross Instructors and all who :The Fliers are on the road for
successfully complete our Basic SALTY SEZ Shiver me timbers the ,second week in a row playing
Sailing Course, will receive the iffn this olde Salt didn't have MacDill Friday and Saturday.

Red. Crosses ,Small Boat Safety the time o' his life this past V' t 4 "r.
Certificate.Incidentally. Sunday. I was invited to take NJSCSwImmtrs *: ..
if you are Interested the wheel o1 Sam Barker's Carol-
'. in learning how to sail, ine Ketch, A GOOD FRIEND, as Set RecordsS.t. HAIIRL 7839
and Joining the NJSC, come downto he needed a crew to help him take Three records fell Saturday, NORMANDYBLVD.
the NJSC Club house at the out a group of people from Orange Nov. 19 at the second Winter Development ti.
foot of Ranger Road at 2 p.m. Park. We hoisted sail off the Swim Meet held in
on Saturdays. You must pass Ortega and flew wing and wing the NAS indoor pool. .r
our Basic Sailing Course before down to Orange Park. On the way Two of the new marks, all
joining the club;the lessons given back, beating against a 25 knot Florida AAU short-course Inducted -
on weekends are the first step. breeze, we put the old gal's rail : (a) 15-17 year old 200 yd.
Ladles Thurs.Buy
An almanac of sailing and down, with the water running In freestyle relay mark of 1:51.9 Night Every .
power events in Florida for the the and really clipped which broke 1962
scuppers, (girls) a record -
One Get One FREE Your favorite beverage)
winter months has been publishedin mong. All in all, "was a set by the Beaches Aqua- .
the October Issue of "Motor- glorious day." Handling her sails tic Club and also bested the
boating" ( how did that word without the benefit of all the fastest senior women's time for \SO LIVE MUSIC 6 NIGHTS A WEEK
get In here?) Events of inter- modern conveniences such as the distance. Swimming in the l
est to the sailor are listed below: winches, etc. gave me a real relay were Susan Chance, Mary THE SWINGING EST ROOM IN TOWN...
DECEMBER work out but, you don't seemto Glaraton, Ellen Smalling and THE SWINGING/ / DOOR
.3 4 St. Pete Tampa;Tampa mind, at least until you get Mary Fleet of the Navy Jax Swim OPEN WEDNESDAY FRIDAY and SATURDAY
to St. Pete, Fla. Ocean Racing home and all the aching muscles Club. (l b)Mary Fleet set a new In-
Assn. Yacht Race. begin to show up. That's really dividual record for the 50 yd.
10 12 King's Bay All Class sailing I IGood freestyle of 26.4 breaking ,an
Regatta,.Miami luck to our sailors at older 26.9. MO OTA pi
10 Tampa St. Pete. FORA the Davis Island Yacht Club Re- NJSC Coach Chuck Phillips had OttttC :/ I
Yacht Race. gatta this week end. Bringback members of his club win 17 events' COM
some trophies. See you all at In the action Saturday morning UCTSBMOl
JANUARY the clubhouse. Five clubs competed in the affair.
14 -15 Sunshine Sailing Regatta -
Coconut Grove, Miami WHERE-SERVICE.AND: '


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1901 Blanding Blvd. 387-6888

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,12 -I*HEWS/AFTERBURNER November 23,_._7966

|W' Cadets Favored Over Navy In 67th Annual Clash .

Middies Last Victory In '63, 2'1-15 '''4; :

Army DefeaseRospected '

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l ANNAPOLIS Md. -- Navy will to Notre Dame 31 7. Army to nine foes while' Navy has
i probably draw the underdog'srole shut out the Panthers 28-0 surrendered an average of 247.
for the 67th Army Navy but lost to, the ,Irish '35 0. The Cadets have been more effective Is the 67th Army Navy
classic in Philadelphia's John F. Navy's foes have .a combined against the running game game in series dating back
Kennedy Stadium this Saturday. record of 38 ... 38 I, Army's ( 801 to 1363)) but Navy has 'to 1890. Army's Black Knights
Kickoff time for.the game, which nine opponents have logged a shown the superior pass defense hold a slight edge with 31 wins;
will be nationally televisedb mark of 36 39 2. ( 866 to 1108)). Navy has 29.: Six games have \.
ABC T V is,, 1:15 p.m. A look at the'statistical sum- The big man in Navy's running ended In ties. Army won 11- ", .:!-
(EST). maries of the service rivals can game Is 174 pound junior half- 8 in '64 to break a Navy stringof
Coach Bill Elias brings his produce surprises. Navy has back Terry Murray of AllendaleN. five straight.The .
Midshipmen into the service made more first downs ( 142 J. Murray has picked up 613
classic with a 4 5 record, to 136) gained more yardage yards on 153 carries for a 4.0 biggest margins of victory,
less than the pragmatic men- rushing ((1355 to 1303) and passing average For his career, he Is by Army: 38 '0 In 1949; by
tor predicted when the season ,( 1241 to 1162)), completedmore now over the 1,000 mark rushing Navy 42 7 in 1951.
started. Elias had forecast that passes ( 107 to 90)), and with 1,004 yards. Murray Is also
Navy would be improved over'65 scored more points (140 to 121)) Navy's number two pass receiver Three all time Navy records
when the Midshipmen wound up4- than the Black Knights ((12 catches for 141 yards) were set against Army: (a)
42. The Army Navy game en- Defensively, the Cadets have a leading punt and kickoff re- most rushing plays, ((74)) 1952;
ded In a 7 7 tie last year. slight overall edge., Army has turner, and top scorer ((36 (b) most fumbles ((8)) 1952 1955.PRIDE OF JERSEY Navy
Army, on the other hand,comes given up,an average of'213 yards points). (c) most fumbles lost, (6)) / Terry Murray.
roaring into Philadelphia with
seven wins in nine games. The
Cadets have lost only to Notre
Dame and Tennessee previously"We
feel that Army's strong !'
suit is its defense," Elias says. ','
"They are very sound and have : '
done a good job, especially '. United takes the hurry :' :
against the running game as is up ,
reflected in the statistics. Offensively -
quarterback Steve Lin-
dell is a true 'triple threat.He andwait'butofyourleave.What's
can run ( 254 yards ), pass '

((871 yards), and is a good man so special about United Air Lines for the or furlough and want to move out in a hurry,
on field goal Chuck Jan'is, the
Cadets' leading rusher, Mark guy with a hurry-up urge to do a little living? come to United Air Lines. '
Well-jets, for one thing. .
Hamilton, John Peduto, and Carl Men and women in United States uniform, with
Woessner are other strong run-' United has more jets than any other airline. And authorized military leave or furlough papers, fly
ners as is Claude Herman. Lin- we fly 'em to more places in the U.S. Fact is, standby at 50% off regular Coach fare. (This
dell has good receivers in Terry today United flies so many planes, 90% of all fare also applies within 7 days after discharge.)
Young", Gary I Steele, and Woes- our standby passengers get a seat on the first You can sit wherever the seats are-even First
flight they ask for. So, when you have a leave Class when the other seats are filled.
Like Llndell, Navy's John
Cartwright, who missed three-
"Iriidnt even get a chance to get1'
quarters of the S. M.. U. game usual at the airport" II.
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with an injury, is strong as either ,' the'
j a passer ( 973 yards) oj a '.
runner (213 yards). CartwrIght .' '_ &IJ:.; tiiencJ.lJt.ifSkies ', '
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has tossed for nine 'touchdownsthis J t" :. ;: &i fr I1\f5\411' .:'", '
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season, four more than Llnd ,,I 1'.t', !.:.r1,I,', ,,,iI.."...1 ..1.'-, '"" ,ii't."'.. ., ,." ,.. '.I,,"" ".:.I .'.. ..i! "\..'\ .>f.I ,,,.." ." I
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ell and shows 11 more completions '
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than his Army counter- .,,'" ? United.:
part. Lindell, however, has suffered "t

15)). fewer I interceptions ((10 to .{ :' I .. .. i,f'. : ; ,.

Against mutual opponentsbothteams ;'
are 1-1. The Midshipmen ,,' :.. M,
defeated Pitt 24 7 and lost

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