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: December 8, 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
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Published by the Holt Publishing Company a private firm. Opinions expressed by the publisher and writers herein are their own and not to be considered an official expression of any
"taiilltary department. The appearance of advertisements In this publication does not constitute an endorsement of any military department of the products or services advertised.


I !t: Candlelight ClubBecomingReality i

A Flavor Of EleganceAt 1 1 1I 1i 1I I i

Servicemen's PricesThe I

spectacle of construction work being done Is far from an
unusual sight at NAS SAX but usually the work being done is of
interest to only a few personnel those 'who will be working there.

Soon the earmarks of construction will be seen between the
tenth green and the clubhouse of the golf ,course located at.the
Naval Air station. This will not be of interest to only the golfers -
at MAS but rather to all personnel and their dependentsand
friends. This will be the location of the Candlelight Club,
a new and unique recreation facility to be available at NAS JAX.
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Capt. Martin J. Stack CO of NAS SAX who is spearheadi I
the construction program, stated that the primary objective of
the new Candlelight Club will be "to provide a flavor of eleganceyet I
at servicemep's prices". THE NEW CANDLELIGHT CLUB (as sketched by the artist) surrounded by the plush golf \
course greens and fairways, will provide the HAS JAX personnel with the ultimate In dining The new club shall also provide two other services. Tt will
facilities the reasonable The club Is scheduled/ be
snack bar well all yet at most prices. new to opened
serve as a to golfers as as military personnel -
during the afternoon ,hours. Dress during this time will be during the first week of April, 7967.
casual or uniform. The club will also be available to accom- Some of the features of the The Interior atmosphere of the The new Candlelight Club will 'i'I
odate parties and other social functions with an_ expected capa-. Candlelight Club, will include a club will include appropriate ''be a Navy Exchange operation, I a
city of 250 people.' cocktail lounge, which will pro- lighting and ,channeled dinner thus accomodatlng, all military I
vide< refreshments while the pa- music. The exterior of the club .personnel, their, ,families, and
In ,the evening, the club will assume the atmosphere of an expensive trons' are waiting accomodatlons' will present a striking landscaped* friends. Construction of the.new,I
luxurious ,supper-club, featuring the best, cuisine ,and for dining,;'' This will}ie'the only 'setting featuring the rolling fair-;, club Is.expected to begin in the*.'
cocktails: -but"again' at the most reasonable prices. Dress for bar in thenew: club, though cocktails -; ways and 'a'to-be-constructed near future 'with the predicted
the evening' dining will be jacket and tie, or dress uniform of the will also be available while lake all of which will be lightedby opening schedule for, the first
day. During the evening, the club will cater to only couples. dining. artificial Illumination. week of April.

NEWS IN BRIEF I USO This Pal Day Needy Family Drive


Making Great StridesThe

CkristMis COIC.rts At HAS USO PAL DAY will be held
for all servicemen,on Saturday
December 10, at St., AugustineFla. Navy Relief Fund is spon- vice will be provided here as
At the Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, "The Messiah" is to
the annual" well Bldg. 955.
Viet Nam veterans will be soring "Needy Family as
be performed at the All Saint's Chapel on December n, 1966, honored at 2:30 p.m. at the Bay Relief Drive", to help the needy Several trucks, covering a two
at 7:30 p.m. It will be sung by the Beaches Choral. ofjackson- Front Shell by being made honorary families in our community. to hundred mile radius of Duval
ville' Beach under the direction of Mr. Barnes E Sale, Jr. The
have Christmas. will distribute the giftsto
citizens of this ancient dty. .a Merry County,
Beaches Choral Society fast becoming one of the outstanding
At there the families Decem-
The feature attraction this year present are now needy on
musical organizations in the Southeast Is made up of a chorusof will be Marine Land of Florida seventy-r ne families includedin ber 23, throughout the entire day
sixty voices, and twenty-five instruments. Soloists Include and many others which have madeSt. this drive'and approximately and night if necessary, to insure
some of the finest in the Jacksonville area. Augustine famous. three hundred"and fifty children. Christmas cheer to these deserving -
Following the "Messiah", a Christmas Concert and Pageant There are calls coming in continuously families.
will be presented by the children of the Sunday School the Junior Tickets are now on sale for and the predicted goalof When asked how the fund was
and Senior Choirs of the All Saints' Chapel, and The Choir of the bus transportation to St. Augus- one hundred famlles Is hopedto progressing PNCM Smith, replied -
Snyder' Memorial Methodist Church on December'14. at 7:30 p.m.at tine at NAS Special Services be reached. The support con- "The Program Is off to
the All Saints' Chapel. This service will feature the Christmas. Bldg. 704. Price of tickets will tributed by one person is aiding a good start, and we believe we
Story In word and song and tableaus will be presented by the be 25 cents round trip for mili- five to six children. will be able to do more for the
children of the Sunday School. Commander John Rusch and Mr. tary personnel and dependentsalike. Contributions in the form of needy families of bur community!
Barnes E. Sale will direct the choral Groups. Commander Rusch Tickets must be pur- money food, usable clothing and this year than we have In the
and Lieutenant WilliamClark ,Sunday School Superintendent will_ chased in advance. repairable toys, are acceptable' past. I would like to expressmy
supervise the,tableau presentations of the children. and appreciated. Items requiring most sincere appreciationto
repair, work are repairedby navy all those who contributed thus
Jiyctt ChristMis Displiy Contest : personnel in the work shop designated far, and hope that those who
haven't, will do their share."
The Jacksonville Jaycees are sponsoring the Annual Christmas j for this purpose in Bldg.
Decoration. Contest for beautiful Jacksonville. Categories for ONLY 930. Donations and contributions
entry may. include: residential novelty, residential religious com- 1 will be accepted by PNCM Edward -
merlcal and industrial. The deadline. date for entries is Dec. 16, j Smith, at Bldg. 955.
1966. SHQPPINDflYS Some fifty local merchants What'sInside
Awards will be given in several categories and entries can j have pledged their support by
be mailed. or phoned in to the Jaycee 'Office 604 HbganStreet 1 monetary contributions or dona-
Phone 355-2638. For additional information contact the above. j tions of food. Other organiza-
tions and offices that have pledged

HAS PrtsMts Drive Sofa Proirm : their conjunction support with or are the drive working are In:

Camp FireGirls of America Why Only One WeekPg 2
Jax Marines. .
j Office and For r.,s t Pg
"Drive Safe" is an Important continuing program requiring at- Chaplains NATTC Behind The Scene
tention effort and action by all levels of command. the best insurance j High School. Judge Drake of . . . .PS 4
against automobile accidents is the desire and determination of each j Jacksonville will sponsor the Civil Service News. .PS 5
driver to be a "Safe Driver". To assist in creating that desire annual party for the needy families Santa's Comins.Pss 6 & 7
and determination In all hands for the holiday period,'the General although no definite date NARTU NEWS & VIEWS. .
has been set.. . . . .PS 8
Safety Superintendent will assist the Florida Highway Patrol Safety
Entertainment. 9
Education Officer in presenting a film program at NAS. : The "Store 'for Needy Fami- Cecil Field Sports. .Pg Pg 10
The lecture and film program will be presented each day Monday j lies", located at 15 West Mon- NAS lax Sport ll, &
through Friday during the week of December 12, 1966 at 9:30 a.m. j WEFT roe Street, will be open Decem- . .. . <' ..12t
and 1:30 p.m. in the NAS :Theatre, Building& 612. Each session will j ber 15-18 to accept all contri
last about one hour. butions. Free unloading ser-


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Why Only A Week? CROSSWORD PUZZLE 'M; N7" .a'tl 'ri" 1

nickname a a N 1 9't1 ola I
1.Fish sauce 7 Doctrine I t'4 :; I 1
by ED SOWA Edward's Chapeland Bucket Noisy N I 1:1: 9 ,
9 Petty
The week of Dece.nber 8 17 Is set aside to commemorate 12 9.Mournful.Room In Jail 10.Toward shelter "N 3 A 'If1 ')3. I 22 .a 31J.13.ln .
Q 3 J. 'rrI ,114Mohammedan ::3 b I b
Human Rights Week. The, week begins with December 8, dedicatedto NovaHospital/ addition JI.Jpired I "\
16-More vapid d V dill.S d 'tI 1 3 I 1:1: V .
the observance of United Nations Human Rights Day. It seems name 20-Makes violent .. y 9. 5 l. \11 [//'II 3 drn.Most -'..
however, that a strange juxtaposition has taken place in this commemoration SUNDAY MASSES docile efforts Q loj 'tI Q $ l. ,
for today which has, often been called facetiously"the Hospital a - 0630St. 17-Greek letter 22.Smbol silver for .... 3 1.L E- (I W S 13. :1v11 ;.,
Edward's' II-Golf mound : .. 0 5 11. 1 1 i1 :) -x19The -..
age of the picket and sit down protest human rights have wectsop Separate .1 !! ...
assumed the image of riots and violence, something that must be ChapeJ) - 0900 & 1100 21.challenced 24.Grut like c.. S I 'rrI d. 0[ 1 V ;. S'JIll27.A

forced upon an unwilling recepient by a malicious protestor. 23-Flaes 25-Symbol nickel for I -
state (abbr.)
DAILY MASSESSt. rank 54-Nahoor (:;0.Tempest"
28-Fairyln "The 26-POIed for "O-lowe In sheep ..... '
Edward's:. portrait 43-bc (Roman Negative h-' F;
Monday thru Friday 1130 2t-Ethioplan title 30-Calm number) prefix
0900 31-Soft food 32-Solar I disk 45-Pronolln 57-Greek letter' _'
Saturday - 47.Weird J
34.A tate (abbr.) .,
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33-Sharp pain
11 Naval Hospital: 4a-Kind of bean r135Told
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'for 36-Fre.neh plural 49-Sacred image moisture ..
1205 3a-Symbol .....
Friday - - tantalum article 50-District In 61.lnitlals of 26th ;

39-Man's 37.Buratinc forth Germany President
Chapel Annex Building 722: 41.Unit of 1 2 3 4 5 6 ,I''7 III IV Y 110 11
Saturday's 1000 Portuguese X"
g4'Atv" 42-Blackbird currency t t44Printer's 12 1 13 14
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measure U 16 :-X" 17 18
)tIA. PROTESTANT 46-ScoffinC <<-:
sadb All Saints Chapel 4a.Citrus fruit (pl.) r; -.-a.Y 19 20 ; 2251.Dispatched :
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52-Artilicla'' 23 24 2.5 26 .: 27. 6'. & '"
'0800 ---Holy Communion language ? i\w:": w:
093Q & 1100 Divine Worship 53-Conjunction 28 29 30 J.l J 3T
55-Checked >;X :<<--

a41 N+ N SUNDAY SCHOOL 59.Witty remark 1Y4 ,7 ti." 135 36 37 ,, 860One

------Chapel Annex 62-Memorandum( opposed 39 40' 41 42 43
Building 922WEDNESDAY's '
What are human rights? In the United States, human rights are 64-Unusual' rw 44 45 *: 46 47

very clearly defined in the constitution, and in essence, thev are 65-Ch.w upon 48 49 .50 51 92.; : .:; ...
the Inalienable rights to the pursuit of life, liberty, and happiness. 1900Qioir Rehearsal DOWN
Every nation and Very government on the face of the earth has THURSDAY 52 r"X" :; 53 54 -,:,-,:,. 55 56 57 58 .

some' manifesto as to what human rights should be. Despite the 2000 Christian Science Service 1.Perform ..;.: 60 161 ';0,; 1623.Shad.
many definitions and manifestos' have been promulgated since the SECOND MONDAY of Each Month 2-Meadow. tree ;... .:'
beginning of mankind, perhaps the one which best defines this entitywas 0930 ,- Chapel Women's Guild Tidier 63 >>: 64 H 6.5
sung nearly two thousand years ago: "Peace on Earth, Good Small 5Communionplate
Will Toward All Men." Platr. by United Feature Syndicate. Inc:. 28

Human Rights may be manifested very easily. It takes but a single U. S. NAVAL HOSPITALSunday's
good greeting to one's fellowman, but with this greeting the understanding - 1000. 'or U,. II Aulk.rls.4"' 8nl. .wp.per' Oily.
that he is equal to oneself, a man like any other man, but
basically a man -- noble, intelligent, sensitive, and human. It is
Incredible that in all the years that man has existed on this earth CECIL FIELDPROTESTANT Policeman's Letter To SantaDear

that he has not yet realized this one particular point, that all men
are essentially the same though accidently different. Why 'is it Today- Santa: In closing, Santa, I'd like to
that the extention of human rights from one Individual. to another need Choir Practice at 7 p. m. realize that I'm asking for an ask you to be specially careful
be hampered by prejudice and 'discrimination? Even a policy of Sunday- 1 awful Jot this year,perhaps yourself this, year ,-- .so many
"live and let live" is not heeded, but rather one individual or nation ,Sunday School at 9:30 p. m. than,'eyenjpifcan giye.but'since more) drivers just don't realize they
persists In trying to 'dominate"another and deprive them of their Chapel Service at 10:30 a.m. '* ?this"Is not a selfish request, I'm could kill Santa Claus.

human rights.It Communion on the first Sundayof sure you'll do your best to fulfillit.
is a paradox that in this modernworld of science and technology the month. With best wishes for your safety ,

where there is so much progress being made, and so much more to As we once again celebrate the Your Traffic Officer
b! made, that men should concern theii selves with something as CATHOLIC ,
; birth of The Prince of Peace
basic as human rights These should be accepted as normal and inherent Daily- ;; ,
yet they are constantly the subject of controversy and 11:20 a. m. Mass ; bring to every driver the'spirit
strife. It seems such a useless expense of energy to fight and argue Sunday- of brotherhood to make him more MHA SpencersCheer9
basic human when this should be 8 considerate and thoughtful of his
something as as rights energy a.m. and noon Mass Con-
channeled toward some worthwhile endeavor. It appears at times fe.$slons heard before each Mass. fellow ;motorists now and in the
that man is moving backwards rather than forward when he harbors new year just ahead.
such petty prejudice and bias. Fill his Christmas stocking "relect

With the coming of Christmas, we have the tendency to mellow with great driving skill, good

and realize the goodness that istobefound In every man. We support TrafficViolations judgment and patience. Leave The Mental Health Association
him a bright candle of under-
needy charities so than everyone can feel the warmth of Christmas. has local
broadcast to
an appeal
We give presents to our friends, loved ones, and those who have standing to help him see the citizens to participate In "Pro-
given us their services throughout the year. It should not be said other fellow's'needs, as wellas service
that these feelings of love and recognition are false and ill grounded, The following Is a report of his own, behind the wheel; ject Cheer", a Christmas public gifts
to gather
and to light his way safely over
bi-t rather, it should be noticed that they do not always endure. What motor vehicle accidents and traffic the highways in the darknessof for patients at the state hospitals
happens after Christmas? Do we make a New Year's resolution and, violations for the period Nov. the night. in MacClenny and Chattahochee,
then break or forget It? 29 to December 5. according'to an official announce-
Human Rights Week should be remembered and observed every Number of Accidents Give every pedestrian a candy ment made by association presi-
week throughout the year. If anything, the commemoration of this This week --------8 cane of caution that he may walk dent Jack Gailland.
week before Christmas should serve only as an incentive for the Total Accidents this ye.1r323 with care and always reach his
continuation of our observance of our neighbor's natural, human Number of Accidents throughDec. destination without accident 01 Gifts can be left at any local

rights. Let us all remember, that since we all are human, we all 1965 - - 260. injury. J. C. Penny Store, where "Pro-
deserve the same human rights. Let us remember to observe the Total number of days since And if you hang a wreath onsomeone's ject Cheer" gift receptacles have

human rights of others as we wo\ild have them observe ours. last injury in a motor vehicle door Santa, please been set up, or taken to the Men-
make" it a bright and shiny one tal Health Association Office at
accident ------.Q representing the new life and 218 West Adams Street in Jack-
Chaplains Message"All Number Week---------of ViolationsThis the pew beginning in Christmas, sonville. Persons wishing to take
not the dark and sober wreathof part In "Project Cheer" this
Speeding -. - -15 *
Reckless Driving------o death which has hung on the year can obtain additional information -

the world's a stage and all the men and women are playerson Going through Stop Sign- 0 homes of so many traffic vic- by calling the Mental
it." Almighty God is a playwright He has written, directed and Other violations-------43 tims at Christmas time in years' Health Association Office at EL

produced the most spectacular play in history: The Drama of Human gone by. 3 9797.
Thirty-nine drivers appeared -

Life.For scenery lie has given us the sun, stars, mountains, trees, before the Traffic Hearing
and streams. For sound effects we have the whistling of the wind, Board at the meeting' held on
the crash of the sea, the rumble of thunder, the song of a bird, Dec. 6. Disposition of the cases =r -t
the sound of human voices. included the following: Ten lost

The plot, full of laughter and tears, joy and tragedy, la carefully driving and parking privileges
carried out on the gigantic stage called the earth. aboard station for various The JAX AIR NEWS Is a Civilian Enterprise Newspaper -
who has entered this of life God has periods; One was assigned to
To each person upon stage distributed each Thursday at the U. S. Naval Air .
assigned a pan, a role to play. Some are healthy, others are sick complete an eight-hour course in Station, Jacksonville, Florida by the Holt Publishing ,
and crippled. Some are wealthy and live in mansions of gold; othersarc remedial driving at .NATTC; ,
stricken with poverty and spend their lives in shacks and huts. Eight were assigned to completea Company, a private firm. All Copy submitted for use In

Some become kings and rulers or attain success in business; others six-hour course in remedial the JAX AIR NEWS must be forwarded to the Public

pass their time in obscurity or are apparent failures. driving at Jax Police Academy; Affairs; Office, Box 2, Jacksonville, by .noon
As in any Broadway production, the important thing is not what Five received suspensions; 14 on Monday before publication. News items are welcomed
role a man plays, but how he plays it. The greatest actor, and deserving were given warnings; Seven dismissed from all sources- Telephone EV 9-7711, Ext. 8162.
of the most reward, may well be the man who wears rags ; Twenty-three fined(U.S. Advertisements solicited the publisher and
are by
the of the fool. Commissioner); and Nine referred
and plays part
"Play well your part; there all the honor lies." No matter what to commanding:: officersfor queries concerning such should be directed to:

your role in life, no matter what pan, large or small, God has assigned possible disciplinary action. The Holt Publishing Company, 1950 Blanding Blvd.

to you, play it well. Do your job, as a serviceman, as the 39 Drivers were assessed a total Jacksonville, Florida, 32210, Telephone 387 4451
head of a family, to the best of your ability. of 69 traffic points.

Soon the play will be over for each of us and we shall one by VOL. 24 NO.. 37 DECEMBER 8, 1966

. "-etx-rtrtake-one, walk off-"'lIp---w1H-be.rut.the stage of life. The' -stage+e'shaifNaiktntotheYeallife money, the costumes a.___ _._. _:' .,. ....._.. .-. .._..._.._.._-.... ... . ......-.. .

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December 8, 7966 JAX AIR HEWS/AFTERBURNER Page r 3

I Hellrazor Highlights ADJC Rowan New Books at LibraryLooking '" 11

ABF2 Harry H. Kimbley has Retires at CFIn for something new to a new life in the wilderness '
been named Sailor of the Month read? Pay a visit to your station known as the "Territory of.Ken-,
by Attack Squadron One Seventy library for you'll find a tucky." Plans were actually

Four for the month of October retlrementceremonies held number of new' books on the drawn up to establish a new republic -
1966. ABF2 Kimbley Is assigned aboard NAS Cecil Field on December shelves. For example in the West, if the Revo-
to VA 174's Line Crew. l.AIJJCRobert W. Rowan THE EAGLE> AND THE, IRON lution failed.. But It was hostile
He was cited by Commander Jr. marked the close' of 26 1/2 CROSS by Glendon Swarthout. Indian country, and besides fight-
D. S. Ross, squadron commanding years of Naval service. During A novel, about the escape of ing off the Indians the men,
officer, for his exemplary NJ :: his Navy career-, Chief RoWan some young German soldiers women, and children who traveled -
pearance, leadership qualities, has served with the,USS Augusta from a prisoner-of-war camp west had to battle the.elements .
and technical competence.A L1'LI1 '0 & R Miami, VU-10, O & R in Arizona. The three, nurturedon in a long midwinter jourr,

native of Meeker,Oklahoma, Jacksonville, VF-11, VA-36, FAS adventure tales of Indians ney. '.
Kimbley Is the soil of Mr. .and RON 6, VA-45 ,VF-174,and at the In the "Wild West", find their THE HIGH cX MdISSIOIdER by
Mrs. Marvin Kimbley and is time of his retirement VFP-62. way, not to the warlike and noble Jon Cleary. Detective Scobie ,
married to the former Miss Shirley Apaches'but to a small, peace- Malone, sent from,Australia to'
; McBride of Canada. ful tribe of Indians who share' London to arrest his.' nation's
At their young idealism and protect highest diplomat for a murderin
them from a vengeful posse of his past, finds his prisonera
American patriots. man of great charm and dignity -,
TWO UNDER THE INDIAN SUN and disconcertingly like-
SLATEReeniisting by Jon and Rumer Godden. Re- able. Quentin is engaged in
collections of childhood in an vital negotiations to bring peaceto
for six years. In a Indian village during the world Vietnam, and Malone agreesto
{ wr recent ceremony at VA 174 War I years, by two gifted sisters give him five days to finish t
il was ADJ1 Herbert M.Slate.Com- who bring to life the sights and his work -- and in those five I

mander Ross administeredthe sounds of a sunlit 'world, the days, as plots and counterplots J
oath of enlistment. Slate wiU exotic variety of develop, he finds himself acting ;
have served 20 years of active places, and the dramas Including { as Quentin's bodyguard and de- :
Naval service at the comp- a tragic romance and a mur- fender well as jailer. !
letion of this enlistment.The der) that touched their young. Also neW to the library:AMER '
son of Mr. and Mrs. Per- lives. ICA'S POLITICAL DYNASTIES j
cy Slate of Lynn, Mass., Slate r WILD HORIZON by F. Van from Adams to Kennedy by S.
was a member of the 1 20 Wyck Mason. A novel of the Hess -- THE OXFORD COMPANION -
Surface Division of the U. S. American Revolution in a dark TO AMERICAN HISTORY -
Naval Reserve before he cameto hour, when the British forces had by T.H.Johnson--DATE-
VA 174 last August.EDWARDS invaded the Carolinas and many LINE VET NAMby Jim Lucas--
rebels turned westward to seek,



Chief Rowanheaded the inspec- POLICIES MONTHLY PAYMENTS

News 9. tion party at the Personnel Inspection NO INTEREST OR FINANCE CHARGES'AGE
held as part of the retirement -
ceremony. 21-24 Married $10.40 mo.
Sailor of the Month and Plane
N. L.
Cmdr. Youngblood,commanding -
Captain of the Month honors have officer of VFP-62, pre- AGE21-24Single$12.80 mo.
.been announced for Attack Squadron Meets State and Base Requirements
sented Chief Rowan a letter of
One Seven Two. Home based appreciation for the outstanding Robert Travis & Associates INC.
at NAS Cecil Field, VA 172 accomplishment of his dutiesas '
is now deployed aboard the USS Maintenance Control Chief for NAS fist Office N. of Gate 6483 Roosevelt Blvd. 388-3583
Roosevelt. the'squadron.. USNS -Mayport Jai Beach''1127 N. Third St.A1 A)246-6421) r

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SAILOR OF THE MONTH -,"' .,.., .' '. ,
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Named Sailor of the Month for ;

the months of September and More introduces
October, respectively, are AZ3 Commander o
Ross administered -
Francis X. Tomaszewskl III and
AME3 Larry Haines. Tomas- the oath of enlistment for '. i .
zewski Is the son of Mr.and Mrs. an additional four years for AE2 the Tripleheader.
Francis Xavier Tomaszewski, James Edwards. Completiionof
Jr. of Albuquerque, New Mexico. this enlistment will mean 12
years of active duty to the cre-
AME3 Haines is the son of Mr.
dit of AE2 Edwards.
and Mrs. Melvin Haines of Walk- ,
Attached to VA 174's elec- 4.
ersville, Maryland. He enteredthe -
tronics shop, Edwards is the son
October 1964.
Navy in : ,
of Mrs. James T. Edwards ,
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of South Charleston, West Virginia -
and is. ,married to the i .1
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Captain of the Month former Miss Lynda Ruth Brown, ;- ft:,

honors went to AN John J.Krim- also of Charleston .. :: idId .'

mel for the month September, ,:/' '. ., '. .
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and to,AN William: Jenner; for ,all military/duties during'J'eg1.1 't. .: "' A '- .
'' ,October. Krimmel is{the: son of lar'',liberty hours for a period 4'. ,.:) : .:. ':' :} :<'.

Mr. and Mrs.John J.Krimmel of .of one rnQmh.. -. : ", .
Wyandotte Michigan,, and entered ,'November: 3, 1966,. AOl. : .. it...,:
service in June 1965.. AN Karl; L. Burghart'.of VA '- 172' .. .:.:.. .. ,j
Jenner entered service in Dec- reenlisted for'4'years fn,a ceremony ft
ember '1965.; He 'Is'the son of 'held aboard the Roosevelt.I ", _,'J ,'I A : '. A .;Tai r4..A 4 "
Mr. and Mrs. Al Jenner of St. Burghart reported to the "Blue
Louis, Missouri. Bolts" on May 21, 1965, and assumed ,.
These men were cited as examples duties at that time as Ordnance -
in ,exceptional performance -. Petty Officer. Burghart: : And suddenly.you're;,' \- :t'
of duty,behaviort military Is married the 10im r M1ss'
appearance. They received comjnendations Beulah. M. Miller of Scottsboro:: .' : -, ,
from their squadron ,Alabama:' He lists his per 'fnisheclsha. ;: 'faster 1ft"'."
commanding officer,'Cmdr.B.A. manent home address as Orange I Wing ,
Nystrom, and were relieved of Park,.Florida.
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; I 0 & R Airman 'WinsServiceman

JAX MARINESDetachment J S 555C .ttgy of Month I

A native of Staten Island, N.Y. a.R .
AN Arthur R. Lundren, was selected -
.z as "Serviceman of the

Marines are continuing hit the books,not only during Month," for October.
normal working hours, but after well.
as SSgt Everett Thomas recently Lundren whose duties con-
completed Officer's Basic Extension Course. The course tLUNDREHIt
sist of assisting in setting
consists of 17 subcourses and an estimated Student effort of 327 hours up
the and balance
weight equip-
work. Eight Marines have completed the USAFI Comprehensive
and weighing all of
College Tests. They are PFCs G.L. Beasley, E.A. Hoye, KJ. Naval ment aircraft, is attached types to
Millar and D.G. Simmons. Also Pc'sR.W. Dawson, W.R. Leander,
the Overhaul and De-
D.H. Norris and R.R. Hamilton. Eight others have completed the y3J.
High School General Educational Development Test. They are Pfc's, partment.
M.L. Hocker, J.B. Perry, C.C. Bridget, and WJ. Dreher. Also In recommendations presented -
Pvt's L.E. Clancy, W.R. Alvord.J.W. Martin and G.E. Rice CWO-2 to the screening board for
DJ. Hurley completed the MCI course, Procedures of Legal Ad- theServicemen of the Month.it'
ministration. This course contains six lessons and an estimated was stated, "This man is a
student effort of 34 hours. mature Individual mentally, although -
young in ysars. He has
The following Marines were Johnson.A proven that he can handle any was further stated, "His
promoted to their present ranks THE HON. CHARLES E. task in the performance of his willingness and attitude to help
Dec. ,1966: MGySgt R.E. Bal- Meritorious Mast was pre- BENNETT, of Jacksonvillewill duties. He is a highly capable others has been an asset to the
bach, Sgt John K. Gray, Sgt seined to LCpl B. G. Keel by be guest Speaker at the person with a good deal of com- morale of this division."
J. G. Kolthoff Sgt D.W.Norton the Detachment Commanding Officer Twin Hills Civic Association mon sense which is needed in A trip to St. Augustine, and
Sgt D.J,,Rogers Sgt. J. Lt Col J.W. Sullivan. annual meeting scheduled/ this job. He consistently demon the various attractions there,
M. Sagataw, and Cpl W. T. Keel finished first in a class of for December 13, at 8 p.m. strates his ability to performnew was given to Lundren, by the
39 at the Aviation Ordnance at the Twin Hills Civic Cen' duties with a minimum of U.S.O. Council of St. Augustine,
I School, Class "A" ter. supervision." and St.Johns County.

Welcome aboard to: Sgt E.A.
44 Nathan Reporting from HMM- I NATTC :
361 MAG-36, Sgt. J. O. Caner
from MAG-32 Beaufort, S.C., Behind The SceneBy
and LCpl J.T. Reilly from
Camp Lejeune, N.C.
Jell! Fondingslond

Contrary to rumor, the Marine
Corps is not going Ivy League, AA J. S. Umsted, Jr., of the AE "A" School, won second placein
i they are, however, reducing the an essay contest sponsored by the American Heritage Life Insurance -
Y pf size of the tie from 3 1/8 to when it will no longer be de Co., and the Jacksonville Exchange Club. He received a
two inches. The present tie rigueur. Although the new tie $50 savings bond, for his winning essay, "I'm glad I'm an American -
5. 1'y. may be worn until July 1, 1969 may be available before that because . ."
date, it may not be worn untila
new, and shorter, tie clasp Tickets for the bus to St. Augustine's Pal Day, December 10,
is made' available. The new, are on sale at Special Services, Building 500. The price for a round
shorter clasp may be worn only trip fair, will be $.25 per person. Military personnel using these
s with the new, narrower tie. busses, must be in the uniform of the day. .

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DON'T WAIT ;IhIMMarinade. ; AN J. R. Gift, Is thehonorman tittttttttt ttttt The beginning of the NATTC
4-, 'TIL THI of the week from AE"A"School. Intramural Basketball season is
NIGHTI.FOII. The honor class was class 642. at hand and It is anticipated that
i 9.9, d!M nyVt, YMI'P I .", The AO,"A" school honorman once again, the months of Jan-
yy was AN D. ,W. Ardary of class 'uary through March will bring a
SHOP EARLY, 632. The honor,class was class highly competative season.
AND GET "" iI 634A,. This Is the seventh time Individual trophies will be a-
this class has won in the Honor- warded for the second and third
THE BESTILake OUTBOARDSBOatsMotors class competition. place teams, in the 1967 season -
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Coverage ClarifiedThis PERSONMELLtUsIHtY..rH'lsl

Th. tltht mdnejr mark.t make
item provides Information Its entire obligation under the policy it difficult to .eU hou... at
fair At the tin
prices. sane
clarifying a question which and then the Governmentwide there has been a noticeable In-
has been asked by a number of plans will cover any extra. cr.... In .the demand for ronts3proputl.s.
Accordingly, In the
...... civilian employees' after distri- expense involved. current market, renting Instead
bution of the leaflets advisingthat Since this Is 'a group policy i a of .lllnf can not only b. prudent -
but can alto offer tax and
arrangements have been program, eligibility for continuance : Investment .dyant.....
made to obtain expanded insur- is guaranteed life.Bene- DON'T SELL AT A LOSS and
ance coverage for the disease fits paid to one family memberare then being worry foreclosed about and the propert7 you becoming
CANCER. The arrangementswere not deducted from the bene- L responsible. for a deficiency
made only after numerous fits any other eligibile family 1udzement.LET

inquires concerning the availability member may have received. FOR YOU US RENT AND WORRY YOUR HOUSE ABOUT
of such coverage. The Everyone eligible to participate ALL THE REPAIRS AND MORTGAGE -
question concerns the applicationof In this new program should \ market Improves PAYMENTS., until the
the "double coverage prin- study his present insurance cove- '/ -r'JJACKSONVILLE'S "
ciple as it relates to the govern- rage and compare: the benefits _
ment-wide Federal Health Bene- with tho se offe red by the American LesIsF. H siri,

fits Program plans.Information Family Life Assurance Companywith ..
which has been obtained regard to the CANCER expense e Rarittr
from representatives of insurance. This CANCER r r
both the Service Benefit Plan insurance Is being made,available
(Blue Cross-Blue Shield) and the because of the many Inquiries 771-6877 or 771-1902 .
Indemnity Benefit Plan (Aetna made by employees. Participation Evenings 771-9225 or 771-00781'

Life and Casualty Insurance Is entirely voluntary. To 3700 Lane Avenue South
Company) Is to the effect that be enrolled in the initial group,
both plans are in accord; that applications must be submittedin
there Is no duplication (double sufficient time to reach the
coverage) clause with regard to Industrial Relations departmentno OLD GATOR BOWL was the scene of a
basic medical-surgical benefits. later December 20,1966.The December 12, 1947 clash between NA TTC's All 'Stars and the WESTSIDE

Basic benefits are "in hospital" policies will ,be placed In Quonf/co Marine Representing the Navy those 19 years ago

medical-surgical benefits; in force on January 1,1967, subjectto was RAdm. Frank ,D. Wagner (with program) pictured here in
short, both insurance carriers, the time requirements specified what were the south sideline and are now the south end zone
Government-wide and American in the leaflets which have seats.,
Family Life Assurance Company, been distributed
would pay for the basic (in hos- Any questions-which may arise Summer Workers Hear ,PresidentPresident
pital) benefits in accordance with should be referred to the Employee -
their prescribed schedules. With Services Specialist, Industrial Johnson told 14,000 hired under the Youth Oppor-

regard to benefits paid above the Relations Department, extension: summer empoyees assembledon tunity Campaign and students who
basic medical/surgical benefits, 8134. the Washington Monument obtained Jobs through open com
the ."duplicatIon'' (double coverage grounds recently! petition, heard the President say,
) clause does rot apply. Washington Employees who "You are here because your "You have learned that the' 440LIS '4-DOOR
The Government-wide ,Health have applied for. disability retirement felow citizens have faith In business 'of governing a nationof 1 I
Benefits Program plans will require and who want to bene- your ability rot Just learn about 200 million can be, tedious LOADED $17f5
that the CANCER insurance fit by the year end annuuty your government,'but to make a and undramatic. But you know
carrier, the American Family boosts, must be sure they are contribution to your government. also that, ''In 'the' routine the 43IUICK 4 DOOR '
Life Assurance Companysatisfy in a non'' -, pay status by Dec I hope and:believe'that.you have. seemingly trival-tasks, ofthous-. ; f
30th. ,done both." ; ELE'CTRA.225 .,""
ands of offices- a great nation _
The summer employees, in- Is moving forward and 'Is 'forgoing HT LOADED$15"., '
Federal II Income Tax eluding disadvantaged youths history." .""
I The President continued: MMALIIU 2 DR HT

"You may have seen much R&H VeAutomatic
Question And Answer ForumIncrease that you like: much that Is rightIn $1395
Washington. But I hope also

(So readers can better familiarize taxes but not for social security resulting from audits? that you have seen some things SPECIAL.
'themselves' with varied taxes. A. ,mS.agentsareprofessiow.l that are wrong. I hope there
*3 CHEVY '
.. Federal income tax laws, the Q My daughter is bankingher employees, and ,evaluated by pro- was born in you this summer a IMPALA
Air News recommends readers summer Job earnings. The,bank fessional standards. ,No records 'desire to cure" the, Ills and right Super Sport 2 DR HT

,. clip this weekly 'Question and wants her tax account number.. 'by case count or'dolllrs assessed the wrongs R & H, ,327 .VA Auto.matlc .
1"" r" Answer, session for further re- What is that? are. available to agents'. super-; Red &' White,
f" :,' ference.) A. This Is her social security visors. Car.
'I' 'Q. My .wife and I are gettinga number. The law requires flnandalinst1tutlonstoaskthedeposl- The purpose of an, audit is to S 2.5
,Washington -. One facet of a
divorce. What expenses will insure that the correct tax hasbeen -
I be able to deduct next year? tor for his, number and to use It paid.The government' wants recent U. S. Labor Department
.,", A. Alimony payments may when reporting to IRS the Interest no more than it Is entitled to and surveY'taken'here reveals that WESTSIDEVOLKSWAGEN
be deductible but legal fees to payments on all savings accounts certainly nof less. Each year poor families receive less for
get a divorce and child support earning $10 pr more during the audits resulti'in refunds unexpected their rent dollars than their more
considered calendar well well to do neighbors. The
J'. payments are personal year.Q. by taxpayers'as as assessments
... expenses and are not deductible I .forgot to Include income for additional taxes. survey, published in the Monthly
:. l .If there are children from one of my Jobs when I filedIn Whether a revenue'agent recommends Labor Review, also covered U50 S. Lane Ave.781.5511
. .f' and you provide more than half April and so I had to file an a refund or an assessment Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles Open to 1
am pml Sat. 5
f"; r. : their support, you may be ableto amended return. I Just got a bill is immaterial to his professional New York and Atlanta as. research pm.. CLOSED SUNDAYS
claim them as dependents.For for Interest for the additional progress in the Revenue Service. sample areas.
further information, contact -- 'amount of tax I paid. Why was I
your local Internal Revenue charged the Interest?
Washington -- The award of a
office.Q. A. Federal tax. laws require
1 Just had my 65th birth that interest be charged on taxes $6,071,000 contract for the.construction This watch tells ,
of National Agricultural you
a new
day. Does this change my tax that are not paid when they are
Library Beltsville, what the moon will
status? Jue. The interest rate specifiedIs -.
6 percent per annum. This Is, Md. has been announced by the be like tonight.
A. Yes. There are several General Services Administration.
not a penalty.
changes that should reduce your Q. Are revenue agents evalua- The proposed facility In addition to what day "
will be equipped to handle an eventual it is. What date it Is. What ,
Federal tax liability. one ted on the basis ::9( their "production" month it is. And what
thing, you are entitled to an additional -- the amount of tax totalof2OOOOOOvolurpes. time it Is accurately! and
$600 exemption when you dependably, year after rk
become 65. ''Tax Benefits for ________._........ ...__." ."" .A.-. -----_. year. It's self-winding, qLi C
oo; ;;;oo;. -O;"' >>:;';';':-:'-":-: ten karat gold-filled top, .
Older Americans" IRS Docu stainless steel back case. w
ment No. 5569, describes this Black or a white dial '
and several other benefits for piA with raised markers \
A free and a matching band.
persons 65 and over. 'iD Shock-resistant
be obtained by writingany
copy may precision movement \
District. Director's office.Q. r :: seventeen jewels,
Our son is helping out lifetime unbreakable .
mainspring and balance
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staff. An exceptional /1
neighbor told me we would haveto watch for moon watchers, P ar wwrw
withhold taxes from any money Ladles Night Every Thurs.Buy sun worshippers "'
we pay him. Is that right? anybody who'd I like to THU RUG

A. In the situation you describe One Get One FREE (Your favorite beverage) J know#1137.the'125.time of day vuw, o

of a minor child workingfor ,
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There is NavyRclleff NARTU News & Views <
I i Ids, . .:' ( 1q

! t A Charlie Brown Christmas : ', Vote HonoredMore '.t$,

than 2400 hours of volun- I." ,.,' l'
teer service to the Navy Relief ;' (

Society were marked ,yesterdayas
nine volunteer workers were
I awarded honor pins and charmsby
\ I Capt. P. K. Blesh',COMFAIRJAX I

I" .:- Chief cfStaff.Presented \
with charms mark-
1 _.,. Cc \ Ing 600 hours of service during
( ceremonies in the captains office -

... "w were Mrs. Kurth M. Axel- .
; sop, Mrs. Elvis D. Cook and ,
I. Mrs. John R. Trautman.
Honored with 100-hour
i "S' ';: '" ', pins
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were Mrs. Allen B.B ranch, Mrs.
James R. Fields, Mrs. Renato
I "" ', wI Gutierrez Mrs. Jack D. Hollister A.

I Mrs. Michael P. Myers and
StIN/ Mrs. Gavin B. Weir.
i RADM RICHARD L. FOWLER, Chief of Naval Air Reserve .J
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j, .v' At the ceremony it was announced Tronnoaspects the 1200 Selected Air Reservists at the ,An'w..

I ':,,. ', that a new training nual Military Inspection of NARTU, Jax., December 3. I
course for Navy Relief Volunteer -

I MAfVIM,UNMCAM IK,k'Co Z Workers will be offered from The highlight of the Naval Air Reserve's 50th Anniversary for
April 24 to May 19, 1967, 1200 Florida Selected Air Reservists came December 3, at ,
Good Grief. Charlie Brown Is getting writers' cramps. And no the Annual Military'Inspection (AMI) of NARTU Jax. ,
wonder. For the past year, ever since his television debut on "A Dependent RAdm. Richard L. Fowler, Chief of Naval Air Reserve Tralmng,
t Charlie Brown Christmas," good old Charlie has been answering conducted the annual event. The admiral annually tours the
literally thousands of letters from fans all over the country. And stations and units of the Naval Air Reserve throughout the United .

f here It Is just a short time from the second showing of Charlie's ID Cards States.
Christmas special, and the poor little guy+ still hasn't finished RAdm. Fowler and his staff arrived in Jacksonville last Thurs1 ',, .".

I c answering all those letters. NecessaryAFNB day.The
l So for_ once, someone is going to do Charlie a favor instead 01 admiral was the guest conducted the personnel inspec-
pulling football from under him and giving him rocks In his Trick speaker at a luncheon given by tin of the 1200 "Weekend War- 7
( ) A serviceman or authorized the Armed Services Committee of riors."
or Treat bag, we're going to answer some of those letters and relieve -
civilian dependent Without the Jacksonville Area Chamber of
CIa rUe's wrist
f an ID card' Is like Approximately 600 ,invited
a ship Commerce and the JacksonvilleCouncil
:To Donna from Branch
Long elm tree. without an anchor. No ID meansno of the Navy League in the guests looked on at the evening :'
N. J., yes, you can see Charlie'sshow To Dwight, of Syracuse Univ- the' admiral toured
medical inspection as
t care, no commissary George Washington Hotel's Ball-
again on CBS TV, in ersity . Charlie says tha'nksbut and no exchange privileges. room at noon, Friday. the ranks of the Selected Reserve.
color f'on December 11. And
please remember he is onlya
afternoon RAdm. Fowler -
f Charlie also wants to thank you little kid and words like the. Although most eligible personnel Friday conducted the ,personnel The admiral, addressing the ". ':'
Donna, for saying that you, antithesis of televlsiontraumatic provide ID cards for their of the active duty guests and reservIsts,commented -
at least see strength of char- terrors," and "abountifulblend- wives, 'a dependent may also bea members of NARTU. on the fine appearance of the
acter In his face, and in his ing of good humor and good child or a parent. Friday evening he was the guestof reservists, and stated that they
curl.To sense," makes him think that were a vital pan of national defense .
honor,at a dinner hosted by the "
Evelyn, of Santa Monica, maybe the kids are missing the Children in colleges are particularly .. ':
Calif., . please do not feel boat in kindergarten. vulnerable since they Jacksonville Navy League.
funny about' failing in love with be living far away from Highlighting the evening was a 4,
And thank much Mind may '
you very 0
a comic' character < .' '. even for offering parental aid when a medical public concert given in honorof Guest speaker for occasion {
to ,all the
come way Honorable Louis H. Rit-
the 50th of the the
Anniversary was
if he is a dog. Snoopy has from Rock Island to emergency 'arIses., And while ,,- k ,.
Just pullLucy's .
Naval Air Reserve by the United ter, Mayor of Jacksonville;who
your letter tacked to the side (hair but it really Isn't colleges have infirmaries, few "
of his dog house and wants yoi: necessar Charlie that of them have free surgicalfaci- States Navy Band at the Jack- commented on the fine relationship ., .
to know that night when} he says' lities. ,sonville.Ct vie Auditorium.NARTU's ., I between,the city and!the Navy ;::
every when think of I ,,
i : you Lucy, remember .'
,Annual Military In-. establishment and stressed the \
goes ,to bed, the warmth your that the line about little .
girls .
+ word Is as comforting as the being horrid with "When Since admission to many hos- spection was brought to a close community's, desire to.,support I
knowledge that the bone he buried they are good,starts they are veri pitals is contingent on insurance, Saturday, when RAdm Fowler military policies. '
: this afternoon I is secure under the good." very an ID card Is a necessity. All eligible -
I personnel should have ID ,
I cards.

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MoviesMovies ".'- Club Schedules o
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will be shown regularly at 6 and _

8:15 p.nw Monday through "O"CLUB: Tonight is Beefeaters Nfght with food bei served from
In addition
Saturday. to the 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. Friday,come and enjoy music provided by "THE
two evening shows there will bea SAM ROSS will be furnished
COMBO". Saturday, dancing music by
matinee at 2 p.m. on Saturday "THE PAGE FIVE", from 8:30 p.m. until 12:30 a.m. Tuesday is Ads should be moiled to the Holt Publishing' Company,
Sundays and holidays. The Foreign Dish Night with Polynesian Dinner being offered this week. 1950Blanding Bird. Jacksonville, Florida, 32210 to arrive
Hospital Theatre will have one Wednesday, is Family Chicken Nite; food being served from 6 p.m. not 'later than Tuesday for publication the following Thurs
weekly feature at 7 p.m. until 9 day. Adsj arriving too late for this deadline will be published
Cecil Field will have two shows p.m."C.P.O. the following: week unless the publisher is 'Instructed other.
week 5:30 wise. A check or order for the full cost the ad
during the at and 8 ." CLUB money of must
:Matinees will be shownon : Friday for your entertainment enjoyment come I be received WITH the copy for the ad.
p.m. and listen to music provided by "THE FRANK BINDERS COMBO".
weekends 2
at, p.m. Saturday, come and listen to music being playedby "PHIL CAY AND DO NCT SEND CASH

Thursday, Dec. 8, 1966 HIS and GROUP"enjoy music. Sunday by "MARK, for your CASTLE"dancing,and listening enjoyment come I RATE: Minimum Per additional charge line((3((4 lin words.s).. .per. line.0S0. .] . .*2.00

NAS: "ART OF LOVE11:With "ACEY DUCEY CLUB": Friday enjoy music provided by "THE _--__ __ __ __n____ _
James Garner and Dick Van RAVENS". Saturday, "MEL GADEN AND THE COUNTRY GIRLS",
Dyke (107 min.) will provide the music for your listening and dancing pleasure. Sun- FOR RENT 2 BR APT. or TEMPORARY ,HELP: STENOS,
HOSPITAL: "GIGI: With day, will feature "CHARLIE JAY", with the entertainment music. 3 BR house, completely furn., Typists, Key pur-Ji operators,
Leslie Caron and Louis Jourdan Monday will be Pinochle night with a tournamentbelng played. There Orange Park. Will rent to TAD for temporary assignments as
((124 min.) will also be a separate table for beginners. pers. or bachelors. 264 6884. you are available. TEMPORARY
BOAT": With Doris Day and Rod "BLUEJACKETS INN": Tonight from 7:30 p.m. until 11:45 p.m. .
Taylor ((118 min.) come and enjoy entertainment provided by "BOB GARDER, LAS PENSACOLA HOUSE FOR RENT
VEGAS REVUE". On Friday, "PHIL CAY AND'THEatANTELS", 4 BR, 2 B, unfurn., Ig. yard,
Friday/ Dec. 9, 1966 will bring the entertainment music. Saturday, from 2 p.m. until conv. .to NAS and Saufley Field, ZIGZAG FOR $20
6 p.m. will be the Family Dance with music by "THE RAVENS". Phone 2646884. :SEWING
NAS: "WILD ON THE BEACH"With In the evening "MARCH WILSON AND THE REDCDA TS", will In shop. Good condition.
Frankie Randall and Sherry bring the dancing music. Sunday, will feature a Family Dance from TAKE OVER PAYMENTS I Does everything without attach-
Jackson ((85 min.) 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. with music by "THE RAVENS". Then In the 3 BR, 1 1/2 B, Cent. heat, W/W ments. Yours for repair bill
HOSPITAL: "THE ART OF evening from 7:30 p.m. until 11:45 p.m. "THE RAVENS" will con- carpet, vent blinds, Manyextras.Beaut. $20. Phone 353-1946 No anytime.,
LOVE": With James Garner and tinue to provide the music. Monday, the dancing and entertainment Oak shaded patio Conv. Will deliver obligation.
Dick Van Dyke(107 min.) music will be provided by "PHIL CAY AND THE CHANTELS". to bases DUKE LOSTUMBO,
C. FIELD: "RARE BREED" Tuesday will feature "THE RAVENS", from 7:30 p.m. until 11:45: BKR., 771 0374 or 781 3634. SEVERAL POSITIONS AvailableIn
With James Stewart and Brian p.m. Wednesday will be Game Night which begins at 8 p.m. Jaeksonvllle and Mayportareas.
Keith ((105 min.) Specials for the week Include the following: Wednesday order INTRODUCE THE UNIQUE, Military background
featured pizzas "all the way" for only $.65. Friday from 5 p.m. Exciting Symbra Brassiere to would be helpful. A very rewarding -'
Saturday, Dec. 10, 1966 until 9 p.m. Shrimp and Fish dinners for $.65. Saturday from 12 p.m. your friends. Become a Symbra career possible for the
until 7 p.m. a 16 oz. T-Bone t eak with the complete dinner Is offered Consultant Phone 264 6906or Right Man. Write to the Regional -
NAS: "TORN CURTAIN"With for only $1.35. Sunday, beginning at 12 p.m. until 7 p.m. 264 4016. Director, P.O. Box 13177, Orlando -
Paul Newman and Julie Andrews 1/2 chicken dinner for $.65 Is offered. Other new menu editionscan Fla. 32809.
((128 min.) be found at the new "Sea Food Center." NEAR SCHOOLS MOVE TODAY
iu HOSPITAL: "WILD ON THE Gorgeous 3 bedrm, 1 1/2 bath & SINGER TOUCH & SEW, CHAIN,
BEACH": With Frankie Randall "U.S.O.;' Tonight Is free refreshment night. Friday,'will be kitchen equipped homes. Full Stitches, no bobbin to wind. 5
,J( and Sherry Jackson (85 min.) Blind Date night. _Saturday, will feature U.S.O. Pal Day which is' year warranty $91 mo, Includesall. mo. old in 4 drawer walnut desk.
, C. FIELD :,"GIGrWithLeslie being held at St. Augustine; and later In the evening a Juke Box Nothing down to vets. ,Min. Original price $500. Balance
fa Caron and Louis Jordan((124 min) ,Hop will be held. Sunday, at 10 a.m. Is free coffee and donut hour. FHA down. Salesman on duty 7 $175 cash or $10 mo. Call 384-
a From 10:45 until 12:30 p.m. the club will be closed so you may days week. Drive out & see us 1312. __
i Sun clay. ,Dec.' 77,. 1966 attend the church of your d,olce. Then, begnlnnlng at 12:30 p.m. the at Timuquana. ,Heights 771r6200.: .,:
club 're-opens for the ,1'rernoon. At 5:30 p.m. Vespers and refreshments -
NAS: "SECRET OF MAGIC will be held Jt South Jacksonville Presbyterian Church. CHRISTMAS SPECIALI! I ,Down ,Homes, Orange Park
ISLAND": ((71,min) : Sunday evening at 7:30 p.m. will be a free feature movie, which Give him orher a Recliner Otafr.' Realty 264-2411. .
yi this week will be, "Fluffy". Monday, is a BUNCO Party. Tuesday 'Reg. $89.50 Close out special NO EQUITY:! PICK UP ''PAY-
HOSPITAL"TORN CURTAIN V r is game night at the club. Wednesday, is the disc Jockey show $49.50 -,WESCONNETT FURNI- <**ments. J966, Barracuda ,$26 0;
a' With Paul Newman and Julie An; With\ "MC", ,being A. K. Albert. TURE Wesconnett Blvd at r "Loaded, 7,000 actual miles, A/T
drews ((128 min.) HAS CECIL 103rd St.. Phone 771 0750. A/C R & 'H, 'Bea dful Cond.:
.J C. FIELD: "THE ART OF : -- Call Carl Barr 3844875.
: LOVE"With James Garner and ..O.R.F. Snack Bar is open 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Monday through
''f Dick Van Dyke ((107 min.) Friday'Bar- opens each day at 11 a.m. and remains open until FOR SALE '63 TR-4 CONV.
,. 6 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday; until 10 p.m. on I NEED HELPI I NEED IMMEDiately light blue, syncromesh, Michelin -
Mondays Dec. 12, 7966 Tuesday and until midnight on Friday. Happy Hour Is 3:30 to :- full or part timeto tires. Call Matherly, NAS
7 p.m. on Tuesday and 3:30 to 6:30 on Friday. Dinner serviceis handle overflowing Christmas JAXExt.4l9.,
from 6 to 9 p.m. on Friday. Contact B.O.Q. Mess Secretaryfor business. Some executive posi-
NAS: "RINGS AROUND THEWORLD" Friday night dinner reservations and group table arrangements tions available. Call Vivianne BOAT FOR SALE 17' SUPER-
;' : With Don Ameche ((98 Woodward Cosmetics, 3843821. Craft with Johnson 35 and trailer.
* 4 min) New Years Party Is set for 7 p.m. New'Years Eve. Happy Hour Outriggers and 2 slxtwelve:
'. : HOSPITAL: SECRET OF will be from 7 to 8:30 Buffet food service is from 7 to 9. En- gal. tanks, wide beam. goxl for
' MAGIC ISLAND" ((71 min) tertainment starts at 9 p.m. Music will be provided by a 5-plece REAL ESTATE: FREE CONSULTATION -: .off-shore;, Good condition, $700.
combo. .. advice. 7 days a week. Phone 387-4451 or264-2573 eves.
C. FIELD: "WILD .ON THEBEACH" Tickets are $6.00 per person. This Includes food, party favors, Homes for sale,: $100 Down. and weekends.
: With Frankie Randall door prizes, and entertainment. Menu features Roast Beef en- 'Equities, No Qualifying.Rent-
and Sherry Jackson ((85 min.) tree. Dress Is coat and tie for gentlemen; cocktail dress for als. Homesite Lots Acreage, FOR SALE: FORCED AIR SPACE
the ladles. Tickets are now available trough the BOQ Mess 'Investments. WALTER T.BOWEN HEATER,),slightly used.Fanauto

Tuesday, Dec. 13, 1966 Secretary. Reg. Broker USN Retired. thermostat, heats entire house.}
New- Years Day--"the day after the night before"features 384-1376 .$49. Call 387-4451 264-2573
brunch from 8 a.m. to 12. Bowl games,bn colorT.V.f tlow. $1.00 tt evenings and weekends.
per person. ,
! : Cartoon 95 EM CLUB. Thursday features 50 cent veal cutlet special! bingoat FOR SALE: 1964 CORVAIR 4
min.HOSPITAL 7 p.m., music by' The Strangers. Friday, Surprise Happy Hour ,.' TONIGHT Dr. 110 H.P. 4 Spd. Trans,
: "RINGS AROUND and the Mel Gaden Band. VA-34 Party is scheduled Saturday One Owner, Excellent, $875.
I THE WORLD": WithDonAmeche December 10. Sunday features the Phil Cay Band and the Go-Go GRANTHUM FOR PRESIDENT... NAS JAX Ext. 337 or 346.
((98 min) Girls. Monday, Happy Hour is from 5 to 6. The Camelots pro
vide entertainment on Tuesday. Wednesday features surprise -

WI C. FIELD: "TORN CURTAIN";I: Happy Hour and the Dick Widon Band

With,Paul Newman and Julie An- CPO CLUB SCHEDULE MONEY IN 1 DAYs
drews ((128 min.) Friday night features a Lobster Dinner for $2.35'and The CharlieJay .
Band. Saturday the special will be a 12 oz. Top Choice Sirloin -
I Wednesday, Dec. 14; 1966 Steak Dinner for $2.50, and the, sounds of the Hank Thomas 25 to S600
Band. Sunday's special, a Pork Chop'dinner for $1.00 and child's
: NAS: "HERO'S OF TELE- for $.50. Monday the Package and Galley will be closed.
MARK": With Kirk Douglas and Wednesday Is game night commencing ,at 7:45 p.m. with a special OH YOUR SIGNATURE & ARRANGED BY PHONE
; Richard Harris (125 min) 12 oz. "T" Bone Steak Dinner for $1.60. Cash for any purpose.. Just phone and tell us how
. HOSPITAL: "MAN CALLED much you wont. Pickup the cash at your con yen.

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10 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER December 8, 1966 :

CF fowling League fff-Lffes r.
b"f 1
em fer till fo.ct er" I MONDAY EARLY The PenPushers of VA-174
1 managed to squeeze by a very ,
t ? The "Malta-Do's" bombed the stubborn Special Services teamto
1I I I .r Man is the only animal capable Alienators: for three games in win three games and move
of making another animal of him the make-up set and moved a ahead of #67. "Lurch'1 Burch 1
self and he does so with sur- 1/2 game 'ahead of the Black- paced the Pen Pushers with a fine ;.
prising ease and frequency For shoes into first place. The 555 set. '
__ some reason he loves to don long Do's" were paced by Bill (Fat. The Corsairs added four gamesto
hairy ears and bray loudly to (Rat) Riggs with a 513 ''series, their record at the expense
the others. of the Marine Bks., as Weapons t
This year's braying has con- Won Lost racked VA-174 officers for-three
sisted ,primarily of exultationson Malta-Dos 32.5 15.5 games.
the 'greatness of UCLA, bothin Blackshoes 32 16 Team Won Lost ,
a 1 football and basketball. The VC-4 Line 26.5 21.5 Blackshoes 35 -9 I
football season; ':has ended and A11eyGators 24 24 PenPushers 29 15'
UCLA has not.attalned, greatness VA-15 Wobblers 22 26 #67. 27 '. 17 t.
except in the eyes of her followers VC-4 Maint \ 21 27lIe4Dental Corsairs \ '. ', -, '. 15*' 5
,and alumni. But some are 19 25 Special services 'J.8, ". 26 .
Football'" Champs! Guess Who slow-learning animals; and,'with, Missiles: 11' 33 'Weapons '. 16 '. 28
the beginning of the round ball VA-174 "0" 14' 30
season, they' are once more This week's action matches Marine Bks. 11 33
I Finishing season play,, with a scored a total of 2io points braying UCLA in the ears of the VA-15 against the Malta-Do's WEDNESDAY EARLY
other animals. while the "Docs" battle the
56-0 romp over VA 45 the
Marine Barracks Football Team while their defense limited opponents Granted UCLA has a giant Blackshoes.- VC-4 line meets League secretary "Val" Ve
took NAS Cecil Field'Champion- to only 28 points In ten helping them get their opponents the Missiles from Weapons as lazquez has returned from leave
ship honors tor the second games. Individual honors go to cleaner than clean and their old the other Weapons team, the and gave us the following report
straight year. The Marines fin- Zip Morris who led the Marine reliable, the zone-press defense. AlleyGators, tries to rebound on the past two weeks of action. I,
ished with a 9 1 win loss offense with 22 touchdowns pas- Giants are great on your side,but against VC-4 Maint.TUESDAY November 23rd found the ever-
record. Their one loss came ses, followed by Dennis Stone who giants have been toppling since .- steady Hornets still leading the
i! at the hands of VA 174 ((14- connected for six. On the receiving little David zapped a certain : EARLY league even though they were ,
6)), ending a two year win- end of the TD aerials was Philistine skyscraper with a slowed down momentarily by the o
J ning streak of 20 games. Jimmie Fergerson with ten receptions smooth flat river rock. And the The, "Blackshoes" took a big last place Hustlers, as the cellar
During regular season play to his credit, followedby zone"press? Well, that depends leap ahead of the pack in the dwellers took three points from r
t this the Marine offense Stone with five. on speed and flexibility and that Tuesday Early by defeating the the #1 team. I
t appears to have graduated last Marines, three of four games in The Blackshoes continued to I
year. an afternoon make up match as peck away at the league leaders,
UCLA will be good and will four mert rolled five hundred sets: picking up three points from the
THERE IS A beat most people they play, un- Fortney'((513)), Worthy(520)Babb( ) 7th place Corsairs as Gary Babb
till a "TEAM" comes along. ((510)), and Specht ((511)). led the way with a 569 series.
I Teams have a trait known as Tuesday evening the Black- The 3rd place Hustlers swept
PIC- teamwork that almost always shoes showed why they are on top four points from the MaltaDo'sas
beats the best of big men. Although of the league as they met second- Bob (Old Man)Adamsonbowledthe
they do not make head- place Hanger #67 and promptly best series of his career
1 I N'SAVE N'-SAVE I lines too often, teams will be romped four straight games. with a 200,230, and 246 respec-
on top when the season ends. Once again four Blackshoes hit tively. Bob's 676 series and
Maybe after UCLA misses the '500 mark; Babb ((516)),Worthy 246 high game are tops in the
I : DRUGS :: STORE greatness again the braying will ((517)), Fortney ((530)) and Specht league. Nice Bowling Bob 1
cease. More probable it will ((561)); This was sweet revengefor Action on the night of Nov-
><\ NEAR YOU change, to a determined "Wait the Blackshoes as the AMD ember 30 found the Hornets still
I till next year!1" team had taken four in their leading, the pack, (since the 3rd
1 B&i first meeting.a week o.play( ), meeting the hard-
Bowl games. I am not aboutto charging Hustlers and dropping
make any predictions on them. space launch out of line. them like "Hot Potatoes" for
t tf What would happen to the "ex But for a great game, go watch four straight points., The 2nd .
f\1I CHECK OUR perts" if USC upset Purdue in the Cecil Field Touch' Football ''place "Blackshoes hopes were
I the thorn Bowl? Team in operation. They picked kept/alive temporarily by Willie
LUNCilrON.ICIALI, Continuing in this line of up.. a former ,college corner backto Lemire's' magnificent hi game of
thought, where will Bear Bryant fill in at quarterback for the 268 and 613 series; however,this
and his No. 1 hide if beaten by 6ND,, Tournament. With his experience 'was not enough as the 5th place
Nebraska who was beaten by at clobbering'quarterbacks 'Stingers edged ,out 'the Persmen .
Oklahoma who was beaten by he should be hard to for three points.
; Oklahoma State. Where? 'catch when some one tries to put The 4th place Dunkers took" 3
''. the'touch on him.' points from the 7th place Corsairs -
No s :, OPEN The best game should be In. Actually the whole team is to move them into a tie
: I Memphis where Miami (Fla.)and one the base can be proud of and for 3rd with the Hustlers. The
I VA. Tech will knock heads.These don't be surprised if they win last place Rustlers finally quit
teams hit so hard they may throw it,all this year. playing "Rip Van Winkle" and
i woke up long enough to rap the
Malta'Do's for three points.
WHERE SERVICE AND This weeks action will find
J 0 the Hornets and Blackshoes matched -
QUALITY GO STEADY! IN14rOtID up in the battle for-the lead.

Hornets Win 1

GRAND ,OPENING 't.+". 1 Over: VFP-62 ,

In Monday nights game between
the Hornets and VF.P-62, VFP-
DEC. 12-17; 62 'controlled both boards duringthe

first half. ,_, .. '
CORNER OF HENDRICKS. .In the'middle of the third quarter -
i the' score was 33 to,30 when
AND'LAS'ALLE'. VA-44's Baxter came into the
game. It was a combination
4. between Baxter and ,Reeves that
'b- '
made the Hornets start to tick
like a clock. The final score
was V A-44)67 and VFP6239.
Scoring for the Hornets were:
Bradley 21, Reeves 19, Baxter

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? December, 1966 JAX AIR NEWS/AFTERBURNER Page 11

Flier Rally Halts Nivy Ceichs Cited losses.
tll- Carnevale departed the Academy
i just two months ago to
E. Waters 88-83 Annapolis, --Twoformer
., Navy coaches -- Max Bishop become Athletic Director at New

r Looking backwards, perhaps (baseball) and Ben Carnevale York University,
the Fliers basketball team should majority of their shots from the (basketball) -- have been namedto NATTC hlf
f.l be happy their last Fridayeven- outside except for an occasional, the Helms Athletic Foundation's -
drive In by Bryson still found
Hall of Fame.
ings' contest with the West Duval
Jay Cee's was cancelled; It turn- themselves inthegame and trail Bishop, who guided Navy's TEAM WON LOST
t ed out they needed every Iota of 20 minutes.at the end of the first baseball fortunes from 1938 until AE (G) 7 1

effort put forth to come from behind Superior ball his death in 1962, was one of nine AO 6 3
handling and a distinguished coaches elected AEB)
and beat a young but strong minimum 5 3
Edward Waters College number of personal I last week to the baseball Hall. MFC 5
quintet, fouls i 3
I 88-83 Saturday, They edged the Fliers closer. ,.fJ. in 25 seasons as Navy coach MAD #1 4 5
finally evened with Wat- _,
It took Waters nearly a minute 77 Bishop led the Midshipmen to SS #1 3 6
( to notch two from the floor after ers 77 with 5:30 remain- FROM THE WATER Proof 306 victories against only 143 SS2 2 6
ing. With
4:20: to it was 80-
f winning the opening tip off. 79 Fliers, the first time theyhad of a, fish story is this recent
Charles Bryson, the smooth led. Waters, 13 Ib. blue catfish hauled
attempting to
came striding forward for the Fliers preserve the lead had switched to from the waters of the St.John's : ] OUT TE BARREL"SHAKEY'S.
back and tied it
up two-- full
all a court press, meaning to by SN Lloyd Townsendand .
to score the first of 45
rattle the Flier
cage. SA John Pa/urnJbo.
After that
however superior But the cage never rattled and rs. ..
ball control by Waters and erratic although the last four minutesof . _
Navy shooting paved the way the contest turned into nothing ........s. '
for a 10 3 Waters .I.
lead with more than a game of run and ) ; : .....
f three minutes gone. Having shoot, the Fliers ran faster and J ';
already won two games previous, shot more, and won' it by five i RJi .'. EVERY NIGHT IS
Waters man to man defense Willy Thomas led the Waters Si4 r ; FUN NIGHT WITH LIVE
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Page 12 JAX AIR

Eight More Records Tumble As Jax Hardcovrt Wars Underway For Middies

I Navy's basketball team is 2.1 In the young season. The cagers
slipped by the University of Baltimore last Thursday and lost in
Swimmers Host 3rd MeetEight
overtime to Pennsylvania 77 76. Their third game was played
against American University Tuesday night. Navy won, 88 81.

Florida AAU Senior and* 2. Gim Gardinee, NJST, 2:07.5 200 BACKSTROKE (MENS)
Age Group records were broken 3. Norman Fries, METRO, 2:10 1. Greg Hardee, UNA, 2:13.8 A quick look at Navy's 1966 67 basketball picture can be de-
last Saturday morning at the NAS .7 2. Norman Fries, METRO, 2:29 ceiving. ;'
Indoor Pool during the third 200 BREASTROKE(WOMEN'S) .5 3. Ben Delaney, METRO, Dave Smalley the young man who steps into the unenviable positionof
Winter Development swim meet. 1. Cindy Puleo, NJST 3:03.0 2:33.0.: replacing the departed Ben Carnevale has seven of 10 letterman
Coach Chuck Phillips of the Navy 2. Missy Willoughby METRO, 500 FREESTYLE (WOMENS) back from last year's five which posted a 7 12 record in 19
Jax Swim Team was on hand to 3:30.4. 3. Ginny Bunn NJST 1. Mary Fleet NJST 5:46.2 (old outings.On -
see his club gather in six of 3:06.7. record 614.3) 2. Elaine Harris the surface the return of comer John Tolmie who paced
the eight new marks. 200 BREASTROKE (MEN'S) UNA 6:20.3 3. Kathy that many letterwinners would the 1965 66 plebes in scaring -
Notable were the performances: 1. Paul Nichols, NJST 2:47.C Nauman, NJST, 6:44.5. appear to assure Smalley of at with a 20. 4 average. "John
turned in by Mary Fleet as she 2. Steve Willoughby, METRO 500 FREESTYLE (MEN'S) least experience in his first sea- could be one of our leading per-
churred! to new records in the 200( 2:50.4. 3. BenDelaney,METRO, 1. Tommy Platt, UNA, 5:28.4 son. Such, however is not the former? this season" Smalley
yd. -estyle: 200 yd. fly and 500 2:56.3 2. Norman Fries METRO 6:12.3 case. reports. "This young man has
yd. freestroke. Miss Fleet also 200 FLY SENIOR (WOMEN) 3. Jim Gardner NJST 6:14.4 While six of the seven return- all of the tickets to step right
swam on the reoord-breaklng200 1. Beppy Walton. UNA 2:22.1 200 MEDLEY RELAY (WO- ees were at one time or another in as a regular."
yd. medley relay record for the (old record 2:26.7)) 2. Fletcher MEN) last year none averaged double Letterman Bob Szalay and Norb
15-17 year olds, coupled with Kabka, UNA, 2:29.2. 3. Mary 1. Ginny Bunn, Susan Chance, figures and only one ( Hugh. Ryan gave Smalley some front
three other members of NJSC, Fleet, NJST, 2:32.7. Mary Fleet,Ellen Smalling,NJST Kllmartln) was even close. court maneuverability.Szalay
Misses Smalling, Bunn, and 2:07.5 2. METRO,Savannah ,Ga. "We must somehow 'compensate though an erratic shooter has goo
Chance. 200 FLY (MEN) 2:16.3. 3. NJST for the graduation of Bill hands and is probaoly squad's
The results: 1. Allen Poucher UNA, 2:28.0 200 MEDLEY RELAY (MENS) Radcliffe and Chris Reddingon, top defender. Ryan has a strong
200 FREESTYLE (WOMEN'S') 2. Will Ortley, METRO, 2:56.4 L. Greg Marshall Jim Gardner our 1-2 scoring ,punch of last determination to excel and ,
1. Mary Fleet, NJST, 2:04.1: 3. Steve Willoughby METRO, ?aulN ichols,Steve Kc1ooskyNJST season" Smalley says., "Jim experience should make him.
(old record 2:07.4)) 2. Elaine 3:00 0. 2000. 2. METRO, Savannah Snook a promising sophomorewho more consistent.
Harris, UNA, 2:20.4 3. Kathy 200 BACKSTROKE (WOMEN) Georgia 3. METRO. resigned at mid term Biggest question mark priorto
Nauman, NJST. 2:22.3.: 1. Ginny Bunn, NJST, 2:42.8 is another loss that must be the openlngtusslewiththeUni-
200 FREESTYLE (MEN'S) 2. Elaine Harris, UNA, 2:44.6 ------.-----. taken into, account. Based on his versity of Baltimore was Navy's
1. Tommy Platt, UNA, 2:02.9 3. Sandra Fortin, NJST, 2:56.7 statistics for 12 games, Snook pivot position. Three 6 foot -.
would have been at least our num- 6 candidates Charles Brewer -
ber three scorer. had finished Barry Willis, and Dave
. '' .I .. .. : . . the season. Spooner were matching each
'," .: ": "In addition to their scoring other basket for basket and con-
punch, the Reddington Snook" sequently for the starting posi
Radicliffe trio pulled down bet- tion. Brewer was a part -
ter than half of our individual time starter last season,averag-
:[.J..e. I. '. rebounds last season." ing 3.2 points in 19 games.
: !. With such heavy losses in the Captain Tim Cohane and Tom
: ;:"oI," principal offensive categories, Martin who started as a sophomore -
: :; ',j it is not surprising that Smalley a year ago attract top
,,;, z,. plans to rebuild in 1966 67. billing among the numerous back-
"I /' I' he also install -
In the can
: <{\, :>:/t ) .' THE. NEWEST OFFICE : '': 'vations.his own particular inno court prospects.

Hugh Kilmariln a 6 fodt A USMC Reserve ,- sponsoredblind
3 Junior from West Concord, bogie golf tournament is
:" "," ",.\1" .9tt2ie: Mass., will be one of Navy's prin- scheduled this coming Saturday.Dec. .
'r.::4''..1..... cipal offensive weapons this winter. 10th) for military personnel -
Kilmartin, a surprise as a at NAS Cecil FieldSponsored
sophomore last year averaged by USMCTC of Jacksonville the
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: rebounds in 18 games. go toward the Reserve Civil
: !Ir :, ** V. !I : Playing opposite Kilmartin in Action Fund for Vietnam. Play
: ;..:, '/ SYSTEM :. the front court is sophomore new is scheduled ,to begin at 8 a.m.

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